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jMite M wtcaa be LarI CT St piitcbe- ky1t4rrM wfcea tlw re fe e away aIwfej a a5tbey- I taei wky tke ce pmyto- ttecK we llir1veagee whlxz Kr vky we kare to c am tretTlMMi witka let tl stuff te eat Tbt wedit have wMz they aLt kMret l aat ifce ny earc It iiob dear iyile t f allBi live fiat way AtwWrtktktI Zaiickutbey L La tb Web- crwse ciiIoTiNcLuroEAaher irpnscbagt a a local M M will KO iito effect iMirapm 4kjBratof Mit voatk wjei arheiijieem A Ore will ftvrm frDMir Block dtereheiee foei rim etr to J Mtrs Wele 4 Uo lar who FvrekMefft the pr pity JKHM tine fcgo The a wtrnk coapoeedcrf MfT IMLl7 Well preeperoiM far Mr Md tracer of Mar WairSeii awl Mr Jawe UoCl m of Hifh 6r rt Both ffiiieare-r aot withMt ooMiJtra liealaeee zj trM ce They will boatiipe tto but A fA alo rthe sa4tiis 1iag bwggti ip1aientso1MMI Ka rented a fara awl H try kp littMi in that line HJP it 14 t coNtIMplale ngsg iftg Is till liyr bigiaeI Springfield NCOLAvTl Rpubli caaa of b ccuUty are fitel ing Mite jubilant oyer the prr i Pf Tictory at the coming 1actoii and 61aim that the big- C1Ld tkat fathered at WOlin brg t oIitJ Saturday to hear aoL John W forecastYerKM ic es tor that side of the tici4 The deaoonatration w- aiKfd quite a remarkable one r44Lgk well be retried as oeerghtgIgn for Republi cav succeee The crowd waa lar e a 4ooaiBoeed of good soik reyfteefttitirii ciUxeas Mr Yerkee appeared at hiabeeV amd wMi iUe apeeqh for the occar iott He It alwaya a logical ks d ks aRId iytkiags of te ki4 that the tbovghtf 1 clUxeft take koew with MM to nearer over The campaign afefen were cer lnly fortu nate ia Iteuring Mr Yexkea to aujre a syssch in thit cointy aa tIs I ertiape no mu in Ken tr4c7 wko exer e a bitter lain o aofl ike Rcpnbllcaa- to rs of WaahiNfte county tha be J NyatriL SpriDgflalA c a n frI a naiqve feature im tkpcoliticA lia aid that Ifa po litical oftcee for whch there are raiely coatMii There la the oftce f Besorable atemknr of tke Board of Town Trustee which with 1J of iU ho or and eEvjjroflaieiitA and appurtenances goes a bg lif Thl time a tupnal ther w only one ticket one candidate for each placv on ticket and soot bu it M add are 4i willing sacVifeea Imie 4 the good citi sen who rili sccpt tbe ofBce of ruatee aca4 fulfill the duties con- cientipoaly ia d trrving pf peciil praise from he chiiwn of the cpfliaiinity The position involves some work and a good deal f responsibility awl no pav A sit thc fOre iii a citizen with he good of hift town at heart who will giro the tUne and at tention from hi basinets to per fenath dlilH x f Tewn Trusts and be d erveft the thanks cf tlw pcopi for ik 8crifico C uxauxo Thert sre yroW ay iecy few r tert e pecbJly Iai tbe county who nn etentead at all the Kecmiac of tbe co HiMiooa amettdrnent that wIllspptO theballot to be voted fox at ihe coniini flec tion Ifa msdmeatf 2 it isj worked does noi throw any light oa its neaSngJitker to the av r gi miied art indeed we believe tbs oely very wart lawyer can sncc sftljiliy explain what it reallr mekna l rom numerous zplasUNe sent oat by the peeple who mre foeterinar itit eeenM cieer that the country voter can safely vote for it or lleftYe it alone jut as he likes It is intended toprovide a way tot towni aid cities to regulate their own tax4IlL fceraonal prop ertyr It is ao wajf erects state and covnty taxes and cannot in terfere wJlh tip revenue of the state derived from those sources rbe city people claim that it will help tb nt and as it cannot poMib4y hurt the country voter he can jMtap well vote for it as not i wrniDat1Our little daughter had a- nlotal 1Iata1kofl whooping eoagk aS broach itia writes Mra W K Havilaad of Ar monk N YJ but when1 sil- lether Naiedwa f il0d wetaved her life with Dr Kings New t Discovery Qar riece whp had ensinptioa in am advanced Hiiire also used this wond rul EedteInez d jodr sbft is bcr fectly tfli De p ratfl tlmnt aid tune ders yield t Dr Kivirs tew Discovery as Jo rs other mtdiciur oo ear tb It till bie for Omijths and Colds 50c and 100 bot itK wLtarated by O J ttaTdonPhrwsiH1 Vrial botiltsfr e 5ofl t FTL A Chicago rasn has bservdthat Good de ds Hr bPitr thais real rs Ute deedB onje of the lator arc xvorthleee Act kindly ant jrcctly show wympatby and lend a heJpins haitdi You cannot potb1y 11se by it 34oit mVp pprceiAteikiiKivord mod enbouragement more thnn iub iantbl helpi There are pvroiis t thai conjjnutiiiy rTbo might truthfully iay Kf jood frlctid cheer up A jew deae of Chamberlains Cough RemedyVwill rid joa of your cold and there U aodartgfcr whatever from pneu monia when yott use that medicine It atfra l CHrtf I know it kai helped we outjmany time Sold br O J Hay4e FKtwg if lid News Ctnes- Elenryr8ch4rirtz aged 28 years was killed aifiurgin at 9 oclock liinday night while trying to board a southbound freight train He lived at Newportr Ky and was in company with Robert Weaver also of that city when he met death Both are niachin rte and were trying tog tSeuth in search of poyment The two iptn reached Burgin Sunday morning and decided to wait thert and board the througn freight that night Weaver fias only one arm and Schwartz lold him if he failed to board the train he wvuuld jump off and not leave linu When the train started Schwaf izmonated the lalder on a boxcar and climbet uj Weav er Jt soc Itit of his disability failea toget on aiadit js sup poftttd that when achwarlz saw this he altentped to get off ann fell undttt the whee s Weaver dd not know of his mishap un iilheI wlkii up the tractc spme yards and tumtldd over a man lyiug on ibsi grouiicltie c kd to some railroad men who cainn wit a lantern and he fuu d the body was Shit of hi couipftuibn Coroner Giobs be d an inquest and The verdict was that the W ceatcd catur t his deah wjiiie attiuptinii t nt ut riot or the train The Gincuuut Ei qiir 5Jo A that a cur us and rotntirK able incident in cumectipH witfi SchWtrte deatli vna related by 6 younger brother when ifta let ter called a police1 hoadquarteiH iu icalch of defiuite infdrmtfiou of Hpfrys death Ho t rQlatet tratt on Saturday arternoon banginginthe fioor with a crash breaking pieeLmistton cord y which it was suspended ttd Juried from age and decay an4t that tjoihtng had struck or jarred the piclure as was at first s ppo Ml Mr Schwartz stated thai be immediacy remark thatSuniethin had happened to Henry and thin opinion WHS tt onc sharesl in bv he rest ot the family The faying of the pie ture was referred to several tinus during the evening and the en tire family seemed to look upon the Incident as a forewarning of bid news tb come about the ab snt one aridit seems that tbtir worst fears were fully rcaiized Harrodsburtf Herald uConfessions of a Priest Rev Jno S Cox of Wake Ark writes For 12 years I suffered from Yellow Jaundice I consulted a number of physicians and tried nil sorts of medicines but got to no relief Then I beganthe use of Electric Bitters mtid fe l that I am now cured of a disease that had me in its grasp for twelve years 1 you want reliable medicine fb Liver and Kidney trouble sjorn acb disorder or general debility get Electric Bitters Its guar anteed by C J Havdou Pharma ciat Only 50c A Perfect FaIIs Pill- Is one that will cleanse the system set the liver to action remove the bile clear the complexion cure beadacee and leiye a tf ood taste in the mouth The famous little pills for doing such work pleasantly and effectually are DeWitta Little Early Risers Bob Moore of Lafayette Ind says Ali other pill I have used gripe and sicken while De Witts LittleEarly Risers are simply perfect Sold by C J Hay doa AC 102 Years Jarres Millen di d Tuesday night at his ome flea Raj wick at the remarkthle age of on hundred aud two years About the yeu 1830 ne was the slut of Holiday Warren one of the iinOMi noted traders in Keuuclc 1 1 t lime Varr ed a fe v mil T13t15 of GK UUIV Ufl irnidfi ut ny trips soub uin tIlt adjt Kjsjtte 11 hrst VMI a rg1 gusii of wocwy oa ia person ac4 4isi Vfif tiRarAi of a tor wards Ita eiEriLv bcllevrd tJrat j as tnutflied Jake Milln together wthsi fam ly was theo pat on the lock and oldl to tho highest bidd r the auto riinntng up hit the thousand uud V s bought J M Millen ami remained a lave in the family untilf eed hi 1865 Few men hnd stronger eligi u Cjrivictions than hs Mrtny years have passed since he joined the Methodist chircn and his fait kept pace with hs advai cing yezirs ending with a quiet and peaceful dissolution Lebanon Enterprise t jWouldj youre looking for a guaranteed salve for Sores Burns or Piles Otto Dodd of Ponder Mo writes I suffered with an ugly sore for ayer but a boxpf Bucklens Aruica Salve cured me Its The bett Salve on earth 26c at 0 J Haydons Drugstore v Bf ftri etive Fire at BIo rnfJeI The handsome residence of Mr B tO McMhon at Blpomfield was entirely destroyed by fire lass Thursday A very high wind w s blowing at the time and it was only by she great sl exertion ibaMho fire was sub dued before all the house in the utiKhborLppd were burn d The fire was discovi red about 11 oclock ir tIe forenoon a ud bu ni iHpidlv The oisi wa4 v d a 3000 it LO insnr nee Thefuruitun ws daring d t th xuut o 18 Tnisvas ifultv covered by insurance Ihe result ceof rsElz beth Wil son caught fire from the burning building and as damagfd to the extent f 100 Her loss was Ify euesJd tbv VnAir Ti tic o v hs vvi rr and M JohnTn vll a4 ti rv bttt 1 ho fir x t u tii- w doti5e4rftC i to have o1 igmated from a dtny ivo fii ora spyrlf faHnir ou th hhglei1eisu I2ocqrJ rW brsirablFarn tcr Sale Hiving moved to own und du i idcd to ciuft farming I am offer Inrff r sale ray farm con isting of fiftybvo and three fouris 55fj acr s wi h good improve mcuts on uood turnpike near post office mill school and church For particulars and price rail on or write to J O- Woford Chaplin Ky or W P Ongsby Attorney bpringfield Kj Marion Matters Prom The Falcon Sanders Poxpas rd throngli Lebanon yesterday morning with 217 finest ock catle they had purchased in Ariairfind adjoining count es taking thejn toiiefartn of Mr Dun Howard whore they will h grazed until the vli tilUni Starts aboutthe middle of next month They will len be put on slojp They averaged over l000t 0unds and were bou frt at 3infs AbiVt 300 acre oE tefrijory was CjUt off from the citycf Leb antrn esterday when Judge at t son decided against the city in the case of a number of citiztfns jayingbeen jHtigated tor the past fifteen yarsj and the people are thor ough y acquainted with the cir cumstances An effort will be made to take the matter to the Court at Appeals M rj D H Roach and tfiss BesMje Dunn a handsome ycung couple hailing from Anderson county came hire late Thursday evening secured a marriagijli consejand went to the home of Dr A C Graves where their fondqst hopes were realized in the corisumation of their plighted vows They went their way i e joicingaftr an unsuccessful a t tempt to pr yentt hei r marriage being madepublic 1r J H Rrown of V ashing ton cpu ty Has boujrlitof r J oudhis funn on heD uivi pikp about tlnVe mil s fr in L b anon The p fie paid was 50 ppV acr and OSSHSSUMT is to ho giv i by IJecttiubifr 1itt whtc time Mr B WIT will rHtnove Mr VVgVis rsntgotiiu ug fur j nine proj ftJty in this it v h ro he 1tl I Ifli1 Ii itititsiiMr Brmn i JI k r tfiIri5 l3tc J aii-I g tiins f tne tightehiirfr- Th aadxiLjiv a- ttOOCJJtW A roanbicfaiJir at mrriaetr- t1t grrdb uPcta w th j aijeof tnjch CfnincKntin our cty Mr Jibi C JSHiio fi and Miss Msiry M Kropiors of tin Holy Cr ss neigh bqrnood catre here jind secured a mar naj 6 lIcense after whijlv they wcr t to ihjfj Catbolic church WIN rfi the wedding wssti vialcH place Justbefore thcereinony wajjto be Dcrfomnd the brid elect concluded she d dnt wHtt to marry and the persuasions of her sweethfeart were not sutflccst to caus3 her to change her wind and he reluctaiby started with hnr to the happy home she Mind left for him Nor however tin til ae had applied for the return of the money he had paid for the license but our genial tilHrktol him the money could not be re turned after the matter had gone record 10 Take Pictures in This County A Cox ofSp Jngficld Iibeen unpainted Official Worlds Far Photographer by tie Ken tu ky Exhibit Association for tlis county and is now Haking pictures to bo hown in the Ken tuckv Building and m the dis ulayd tp be madqny the State of her products and resources ih in j different exifibit palaces f Hi Exposition gr updri Views ar I be made ol till bifxtricar pi mis in tlit u tvy whii pic r cuiur to ac class urn i ken fr t tniiifra t x i no sgre iiral uisiflny iic f u t exhibit iho dsplay of irrjsitry Ifl ClUe tionu exhibit H 4yrsJJr Tike cold easily Throat tender Lungs weak Any relatives have consumption 4Then a cough means a gr- eatCherry Pectoraldeal to you Follow your doctors advice aad take Ayers Cherry Pectoral It heals strengthens prevents NFor years I Iwe deemied on Ayers Cherry Fectorsi for coughs snd colds I know It preatlr itrencth we ic1ungi P ftJt SfcllM Mich uIdnirsfti JcAUCOLowell Mai- j Wck Lungs Ayrs Pills Increase the activity of the liver and thus aid recovery a I hOMvtj s uulj utspvay otc etc IJSppcfa att iiljorijs to bp giviin- tne school t t this county Tb- Kontnckv Exbibit AsVicfaiorv- waots p curesjof as niahy school bui1dsngsitht1istand iig or sHtjn in front as it is p04s ble to sucuneund our Official Pbotiiapher ii 11ie greal deal of his ttfta to this ind oiile Wrf PILe educpuonal exhibit ofEentucry t thojfds lair isJLpshow m phmo raphy the pr ffTes made sfnpe the school jsy tornvw s inaugurated iin the E4ite iife T2 Teac frrs shou Id pot wait o be i isited bv thepho tographer but should notify him JitjOrce vhen they will be ready to h avp tthe pictU cs of their schools taken j1rn a Uat It is 8ad f John Wesley that once he sid to Mistress Wesley l4Why dp you teJ that child the same thing1 over anC over again JOhn Wesley be cause duce telling is bot enough It is for this same reason that YOU are told again and again that Chamber lains Cough Rem dy cures coldS and grip that it counteracts any tendency of these diseases to result it pnenmb niaV and that it is pleasant andsafeto take For sale by aydorfjs Drug- Store Ran a Ten Pay Hillall1WIiils opening a bor J Mount of Three irfile Bay S Yin a ten enny nail through the fleshy part of his hand I thought aY once of all the win and soreness thisvrpuld cause ine hesavs and immediately ap plied Chamberlains Pain Balm and ocyrViijirtlly after v ir U Co u k sar priwo it remoAed oUpain ind soretijpss aid the injured parts were sjori heal d Poir fat by iIayduntsDtu Store + Kentuclcifiirs vypndgrfurcfod John 0 i1re a viitchmnke4 4 id thrryhinvenid 4d51vith f tvorilvfv4i mhlLIfl and wlilchbis fii i ll5scc wif make j r t7tthv7hfi iTh scuz4ibg Itl4canrkcIb otd ie ths eiILy4jnS in buildingi htk w Mr Bwrk cklJfti fitronNRii 01 clock iis a l jjpljr 3eV itiviJ bar taeror ar 4 1y fecti- 4g vattli tyiit fpiir hoursiu JidvAnc aiiB bosidfss giving Ea tern Western Pueitfc and Klondike time There aiv twelve 4i s showing tho tirae it Gnicutta India Pekfn China Manila MvlboumS ictoril Hnolulu Piiris Madnd Lpn dori Cape T wn Constantinople Turkey and he time in Russia and Ger many The most coin plicatpd p riipnipf t e machiB ry is the womngpf the calendar dins by which are shown the days of the week ihe date ojT the Tionth the ipgal holiday the leap years the rising and setting of the sun and the earth passing around the sun H un deds of people ha viewed Mr Barkers Ayonderful clock since It vaspub on exhibition in this city The clock will probably bo put nu ex iibUion at the Lpuisi an i Purchase Exposition at St Louis B1ill Jllitcs1JIsec1 To cure dyspcpsiajor Indigestion is no longer necessary to live on milk and toast Starvation produces such weakness thattho whole system bc como uneasy prey tp disease Kodol Dyspcqait Cure enables the stomach and dfgestivc organs todigeet and as Himiltenll ofthe wholesome food that one cflrce to cat and Is a never failin iure14r iniigetlozi Ilyspepia and a riJacIi tronblea Kodbf digests what you eatimakcs the stomach swett Sld VU J Haydun Historical Spring Mi5 ABi Ru wcritmt Mon ias and photographed Fountain bu a spring on tho1rmo Chtnn j Forsythe This sp mg was ditovercdby urifers from the tort in 1774 arid JMnes uCow re tier verrtoat to see t4rvv tJ14y uuht i rain tQXiE ylubkpoei xot wei Wbile sating iIflCtfld the t ey wtMe aUBGt by Indian and Me CPwn vas killed Ha rred and the rs from the fort went out and buriedi him theday fol owing Eountaiin61eau fa r m contains ooftac e and is one of the tiniest hmies in the State On hefarmis a eopdland of 175 acres and this finepld forest was a I o photographed Harrods fcuri Herald Koclal O6a GNE Iaiiyo at After Wopdlurn farm A SpeciiI frpa Lexingtdn sas Wiliam 0 Whitney the New York m llionajre financier and IturfmaHj who hasbeen here fur several days inspectmg hn great st tl Ii0ns and band pf famous broqdinarvs quartered at La Belle Farm opened negoMationstoiday looking to the lease ot ajargertp- ortionofthe3200acres pf the fatuous Wocjotburn Farm ner Spring Station about fourteen i miles fromJhi0 cityiJMiWhitn fy and his compan visitea thenioij6d estte yeSt rt day afternoonj antlhad meeiiug witbihn present manager tr A J Alexrnoter sqn pf tiie late noed horse breepier All parties to the propOsed lease are Very reticent as to the negotiation l now going on Sufficient I stknoarti that Whitney is dickqHng Ifor the grey estate and it is likely the lease will be signed and filed fdr record within the next twentyjfour Rours Theii lease will riot Include the hOiPmansion There are spme 500 ares aroundxthe mansion that is not Iincluded in the proposed leased This leaves 2700 acres which Woodburn10 icniij proper that Mr Whitney is endeavoring tp secures Tfhe house that hawill have acpess to is the late residence of Lucas Brdadheadj n for years manager of the noted esrablishmfnt If he presen dealgpeithrcuch all the reat stallions and maros h owned by he New YorVer will be ajt Q CP taken totJleir new home as Whitney is onlya brad r a t La Be le and his contr ct o will pRrmi hm to 3WYt his t horses any time within tjiicty di sarter givingnbtice Vl r Thfcrc is ho r nierly that willrielieva pain that Will rrtffc sweljinffj thatllvrili cui ores hvtter anTi quicker thiri V DR CLASSEH GERMAN PftXE TI 1NGLINIMENT Itts reliable tf jituI1I confplaints in rjiich j iy iotot or haiajr inpdy is nsed M ld bWod Canpbell t spl ii wfThe reRilerii of th papar Will i v Ias tolearskthat there i 4o7i dreaded disease lhat science has hocn able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Hails Catarrh Ourt i thoonly posite cureknownto thekmedicaJ fraternity Calftrrh being constitutional disea s Vequsreeja con stitutidua treatment Hall sQatarrh Cur is taken iiternallyi acting d1b ractlj on the blood and mucotja stirifacesof the systemrthereby destroying tth fouhdation oftHc disease and givh lug the patient strength by buildhig up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proplie tors Have 60 much faith lift it curative Powers hat they offer One iHundred j5bllars for any case that it falls totpurea Send lor list of testimonials o Address F J Cheney Go Toledo Ohio Sdld by druggjsts 75 cents T Halls Family Pills are the best j Public Sale Haying Sold my farm I will oil premises miles from Springfield Wijflsbnrgturnpike THURSDAY NOVr5t 1903 Beginninff at10uclock prbinptlyi c jiell at public auction ihefpllow ing personal propert Qne pnir good wprlrjnulesr seven head ofshorses including 3 brood mares one family horse one nicely bredll yearlong staUoa one 2 year oldt tiilF and one wearying filljj extra nice one funcyMbred brodd mare Nutalwopd he lNuwoo dIstIani ii2djersey tniik cows and eaIye two 1100 Ib steers fiyo yea ling steers three yearling heifers and three weanlfii al yes four hroorl sows 20 60lb boats nd tr tt iogs 55 head Pf shefep one tot rpdrillp melts of tVH y uhid 9 nuh- elscrii 2500 und esoatrwll alsp sell sp ne htns hojld a d s kitchen furniiuro including several small stoves one good p 9iaothersTiRzsilrirhi8 irait of Th nths sciredbyr uf rhn4ewitkppriv0diri nsDtahLeWd pt4L44 at tbed Frt National Bank off ptin 1froWJ HBRCWNB d OcttflitPerrvJUe a Probably the facti not gffi erally known tha Mis QareJJ jJjivsNrtion acqdr her ecKm in erryville She attended the pidwcademy bereabout f rtyfive years ago Several of the pldef C residerftfc rpffietaber herjand say slie was or very brjpfijt and deier- Perryvile has always b99ted for its spen d jd scKopls and the fact that fi1i flIEOLDftflt AboluteIy Pir 4 j there hes not been a single btinll iger or legal whisky fcoutrftf tbeepmmumty Jpr a gtcairatibi makes it an exceediriglj esirhleSpoint for parents to sid lhirchildren for they may reatyS sured that thereare no empral 4 zing influence to corrupt them errftile RecordL l PeGNilar kcCideit One evening last week MrfT1 John C Talbotfc and daughtt i Miss Teresa drove intq tow nd hadust crossed the railr aA itracie when the family hyrif foratSo apparent reasonSnothing duldstarjt him pn again Nbtrknowlng what else to do5 T Mrs Talbptt telephoned to her V i usbandwljo came and ion aas itching the liorsei found jts hip was sprained The animal could Tj notbe moved and spenttbe aitr n fthe spot Next mdrtanf 3r v eats was called jrid pVoffliptly et to work giving the spained i mb aquick wrench to sc itJigb again With ois bpeti1 the anmal strpck out for tiptpt iiumid l1flgOflh thre sotRecord Liff WK BOND T5 KtFMD ife r Voodf Campbell Takts AH RLk at Miona Curls Dyptpsla a fluIEdIax4upFieskS 5SIt is an easy thingfor oiediciae uc5advertlaed as guaranteeiaf cwe money refunded etc or Jjaye tfce druggist say Well ye jfjt k not lielp we will return yow aeiiaySut if the medicine docs not give Nt r sfkcttonttndth custoMer goes bck i the dealer the probability IM tat9 has forgpttcu what heMid aad there is a questton about iciklaf tfce refqpd WoodampleIWnaverybiiiius1 r like way overcomes this troable i aj cear and definite manmer y iltiirrhe followlngbond witke eryfAckaf fMioiia that they sell GUARANTEE BOND We hereby agree to ref dth4 rlee paid for Nona if the psircbac tells us that it has dr t5c s e flefeh arid given freetfbat from steiv ach troubles Wood kOapbdt 3fycu w nt your iab ey b efc Wood Campbell willretur rtUiifjR aL4J can tell them thafciipraa kai Paeased fIehsnd riven freedomfrSstomack trtubjes It is an unusUal raidj ilsat be old In this wavbuMliiMa ri I markablfl co bioatioH at e life ii4jt ing elements conibiad witlp afi tiix thatregulaie thedife dTCTfiip ai4 restorie health and ijiceiittliji ltememberthafc flii4i tr o all that is cla1i1 for kyMir 4- io ey f5 retur ed teyqv bfpifiriir Campbelf in accordance wkMI iift 4 I i riwIprvwbta1 u edto wait un1Ttu4iS sow befoVe co BejfciBx to low my sod ISiwd Ptt i11y harrowring ai d fbwlafj Oftentimes it wotilkl JBe dnr pe1L and dry hard laps bamy seed Wed says a cc tidnt of PtclcaLPsrvtcommencing plowing a moAth or ixweeks ahead ptltimie for awn ig and by rqn oriagSthe ground fifcr eyefy rile I avetfIie Uraud aostcL when sowing tlaflMi cowithJrJfiiiltt tbiiifdfe rt1of 8jp dmpi W1eai eaRncl is4 bet icel1ies itiiVt ill iintpy for the ezne puting iif I 4 iemk knci wah wb pucj4 ai 4t 4 the HBf x hkhr fr flop uiiiststreuth aal yigeu vIfl i5I to aitlre w U ttan DM fl H Y Sold by aATS I THE NEWSLEADC PRD PYIY THUAKDXT f1AYIA IN ADVANCEe KY1 L I DAVI3ON Jr JtMWK rCX r hu ii WIIht 10 ce p aL QjflJ IE ititHtftT TIJ political matter IsM psrS j Mb Hlcf t 1 w rates bet cash M W M M Mirer of good Jl ntW c itra U adeon liberal 9Ih jMs4Iiu a41 relutIez3 of respect i 250 OaMr a ttI L TMUW15AT OCTOBER 29 1903 For Circuit Judge- aunuw smeof CHARLES PATTESON Srv candidate oftbe office of Circuit J4ge of this the Eleventh JudiciY tict coapoeU of the ountIe of Ksrios Taylor Green nod Washing ti1iestotbe DemncraUc primary GommpQwealths Attorney W ar authorized to announce RL DURHAM i Gieea ccsBty w a candidate for the of CofflmonweaUba Attorner a4t to tke action of the Demo prtyln tbia the EleventhntI JttdKMl dtotricit composed of the OttntiM of Washington Marion Taylor and Green V nor Circat Clerk If authorized to announce MB F M CAMPBELL aa a eawii date for the office of Circuit Cwrtf Clerk of Washington county KoTcaiWr election If elected will be aitd J1 th office by Robe Noe I For State Senator W art amthorized to anconnce a HARRY LANCASTERS f Marion county as a candidate tor the oEce of State Senator from the IWltSeBatorialdistrict subject to the action of the Democratic party For RcpresexitativeS aW are authorized to announce Mr WILLIAM D CLAY ROOKE aa a candidate for the office Repr ftentatlve in the lower itofSMfofkentucky Legislature from aiIitou county 1 Tfcfe muddle in the Eleventh r Congressional district between 1Dr Hunier and Edwards as o whuse nnie shall go on the b lot is not settled udg Settle bfthe kurt of Appeals held that Dr Hun rs motion o di jwUeth Mnjunc ion granted b Jiidgt6 Faullfbcr restiaining li County Clerks of the Eleventh district from pJaelng Huner name pit the ba tlotus was pt m4ture as there a tiou iuerly nStrf extending ujV tnt lhuradjvy Argutiienls wiii btrjJto n the order perpetual aM f lit ihould be Df Hun ten AVI h f kpa1 oibe Apperibe Court S again cuss i1v it J IJie uattor viil be taken up byiJhRHpubJi can State Central Gommiuee The various candidates for j State offices show no let up in their active CiiIiVaSSJGOV Becifr- hMisome of hislhelpers are on a special train touring the State and malcicg short speeches at various small towns en router Col pelknap and other Republi- canVpeakers are still actively at 5I work throughout the State It may be added that the Louisville A ward politicians are also actively at ifprk pr6paringplans by which each side expects to steal tUe tection froin the other CASTOR I A Pc Iibits ai ChIi Ifl I HNlM YM Km 1waysBgM iia44tiof 4tkeOfkt X By virtue and in obedience to an order and writ ot election is 3 by the Washington County Court I will open and hold an i stforJ the purpose of lect iTtjce of the Peice in IfafteUrMil district No 2 in faftoafttoa county Ky gyov2iOO3rXoUs wiHte regularly opened and itfikN beUat the fwd voting prjietikstt la said district on said tByroi C oake S W C 1903w 5 IST News From Tile Happenings Among the County People as Reported by our Correspondents J PuIIath Mr JoHn H Gordon tos a ery sicljf child at this writing r- Mr Berry Hardiii ia en the sick list There wits a large crowd irt the Republican Rally al Wilhs burg Saturday All seemed to enjoy themslv s both Democrats and Repubilcins i The Republicans ofjthis vicin ity met at the Rockbrid re school house last Thursdrty night fo the purpose of organizing a Be knap Club Mr Thomas Prat her gave a shot talk after whc liL W JpnUins was HUCtd ehfrmn P rrnirS r Cr4Jsr D4tI- TI tLyaLaS goii niiniber oP bUJtS roHfd T1 e 4 h w icitte dh lb Er1 utl d ifev Ezra Suther HidAviH hd dress the RppnbHea s at llthiaL Sprng school house Fndly iiihti V L Keolinsr the luinLmoe of the Re vblcan pnty ff Wash ington county imr RejrpscMitutive in the next itshture wa borii and reared in the orth edof this county AfteiMiuyiriv at tamed a good c ramon school d ucatic n he enlisted iib teaching school of which he made ti sac cess After having tmght school twelve years he returned to arming which he has sirco lC- ee9gaed in except on year spnt in the goods business and three vears m the toyfernmeiit service Bfe being a firmer most of his life ardliavibg hada reasonable experience in business I feel that he Isa safe man for the p20 pie to risk with their business should ho be elected Both Republicans und Democratsiare for Mr Keeling in this vicinity and we feel sure be will be winner from all appearances at present Macfcyille T i Dr JHi Hopper vvas in Louis yule last week HevHibbs has been engaged in a protracted m cling at An tioch or the past few days Richard Lshqm who ha b en qui G ick jltb fever foiM repast few dav is slowly improving at tlisrii Mrs Mary Peter ho has b n visiting friends and re atives neai here fo sevenii weeks hrts- refurned to er lome near Ba rwn MfSji Ann Huiilios and her daugter Mrs Pet ce o ManJ I idNIP hu of rPeMftj np Il1J J 4A IJtrrt1 aame I f n iu rt4rie ojtu fiI P4t ls r 3 Pi i rSt LUDlkIl4e t1 unkr tiahtoeili biin tf z- tcis motIpromjnntIIyscia Projtractdmetirfg church here Much in ers si 6yin manifested und several d ditiqns U5 to this writing Ser vices at night only Sam Shew rnakVr unjiji MIPS G race lurney were married on last Wednesday at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs AG Tumey Rev Waldon of ficialjngv We extend our con gratiilfftldnsi v ViIlisbuP5r jf E D Wells is on the sick list Quite a crowd from here atV tended county county court at Sprmgnejd Monday There were 15QO people incur town on lastjSaturday afternoon to hear the Hon John W VerUcs deliver his jfpeec A compli ment was pajd our old friend and school teacher G W Col vir md all present inil enjoyed jth1- speaking The musjc wa treatal o Since our jast llctfer Mrs Mary Mayes an aged citzen died pud I County vas buried in the Fairview cm etery at this place She wr born and reared near Mackvillq was warned thbre and had always made her settlfd home u thabpac She is survived bj 8 of 14 children She was a con slsteni member of the Ohistiat chcrchat this place We extent oursympathy to the bereave relatives Mrs George Warner wd bu led here owl e 16 Sh lei ei a husband and 5 chJdren t mourn h r deatn The iiffun child of vr aiit Mrs Jwhn hu ter WHS btner tierelasi runnel y yifI SI1iW krVf lid N iitsrd te iz hlT 444 7nltL ti ttt sqI- itna inlC a hi rg Od Itnti iiid lI iiJd ni siIiscry tIitJCI1 tlISvtii Sc tt H U on ihi silk Irs a nd nVj uu h iiiipVu votf- ftwv B fe i of BJooHiti In prtjachttil to r lurjio CrsJ1 i Sunchi night Revs 5 imms ad WaltUn filled Uuir nppoinimcnliisau t phicc la tSjumidy Rev Sinims will prencb ai BiHsborQ Sunday Severer of the young people from Hillsborp attended chuicl here hst Sunday We regret very much to say that Dr Melb Hyatt wiU leavt our town in a short time to mak Springfield his home While oui loss will bb your gain Ve recom mend Dr Hya t and wifetd you as good moral citizens and we trust you will welcome them glad ly We regret very much giyinp them up but we wish the Dr success in his now homeand glad tnev are nut going to leave Wash ington county Dr Will Hyatt his b other will remain in out midsi ag we could not easilygive them both up MiSs Velarce Majres of Mercev county is visiting relatives an i friends this pace uigeeSs 1a4you cat Old mother Nuture has never been improved upon sometimes sue need a little nssis ance over bfcrd placet though But wh u xve aspisit her the nearer ve Itqep to tier own methods aid prn ccs cs thetifttfr SometimeI thq dtstv argau ned i1p w have udtgestin Pepin- wnnIifxr lct t th- In ito i i a 3jJ t icrnt tv 4 4tttL Jhk Aiey Tieiiy 5io W C GRIOtSB 4ivei n drOitiiHn Im u l up vilh a ne4spl f Jii dry consisting qf Vn14h1s jRin s Chulhs Ulfeirnisi V i vorware Clocks an i Op teal lootTs Jberid your VVaich ClocVand Jewel y repairing toGrigsby the Jeweler nothing done but tir t class ivork Make specialty cjf lestng the e0s and fitting ghsses WC GRIGSBy Located at LJardstown Ky Gaiuel Tflnyjpfloniiii Mirty tyfr For several months our younger brother had been trpltblcd with indi peBtjon He trictl several remedies but fot no heneUt from them Ve purchased Bomo of Oliambcrtains Sjomach andLiver Tablets and he bpmmencedaking them Inside of thirty dayalte hadgained forty pounds in flesh lie iis now fully recovered We have a good trade ou the Tablets Holier Bros Merchanta Long Branch Mo For sale by JIaydon Drug Store For a pleasant physic take Cham bvrlains Stomach and Liver Tablet Easy to take Pleasant hi effect For sale by Haydond Drue Store RldakfrmAMpHmal aracamphRelieves SORE FEET BUNIONS Prevents SweJKngf Allays Inflammation ItCodls It Soothes It Cures Sold only Jn2ScSOcLOp Bottles At all good Drutfsu Saleb li I ANIMAL LANGUAGE Satind Uoth Sl rlUnnil Low That We Caanot Hear Most people suppose n mole to be dumb but it is not A uiole can give iii sound so shrill that It hasnt any effect on the human ear at ail and an other sound so low and soft that human being can hoar it Yet a wea sel ran hear both those sounds as plain ly as you can the report of a gun and a sound registering machine the phoi nautograph will show them both with scores of othejr sounds you are deaf to The u4uaj note of the mole is a low pur which it uses ngoqd deal while at work underground and it eon also shout at the top of its voice if hurt or alariuod but though it shouted aud purred in your ear you wouldnt hear it The sound register however with Its delicate pencil that marks the vol ume of sound on a paper gives the quality of both sounds A weasel too which Is one of the moles tthinies can hear these sounds througji a couple of Inches of earth and often catches the mole when he throws up his hillocks pf earth The common ftVId mouse too has a par that Is altogether beyond you though you can hear him squeak plainly cuSugh if he is hurt A deaths head moth toocnnsqucnk but that Is done by rubbing his wings togetberpnd is not a vjoice at all fBut tile champion of all creatures for good hearing ijnd one that cat hear a soulid that Is over 100 degrees beyond your own limit Is the common thrush and you inayffrften anTiisc yourself bv watching him at It He can hear a lobworm moving underground locate him by the noise and haul him out Often you niay see a thrush stand perfectly still on your lawn cock his ear and listen Intently then make a couple of steps sad haul out a fat lob worm Even the starling which Is about the size of a thrush cannot do this but he knows the thrush can and being a disreputable person with no common honesty he follows the young thrushes about on their worm hunts and steals the worms front them as soon as they areS caught London Answers VIGOROUS OLD AGE Plat did In his eightythird year and his last hour was devoted to Intel lectual work Isocrates was ninetyfour years oli when he wrote his famous work1 Taj nathenalkus Tcrestins Varro lived to he nearly t hundred and he continued to write Uf to the day of lila death Hleroklng of Sicily lived to b ninety and Masihlssa lived to be still older and ruled for sixty years Quintus Fablus was appointed augur whcujie was past middle age and htj held tbeofllie for sistytwo years Cato Ccnsorius transacted buslnes until he was nearly ninety and ref tamed to tub end all his old time vigor Gorglas Lantium the teacher of Isocrates and other distinguished men was in excellent health at the age of 107 years Chryslppus began to write his worl on logic In his eightlcthyear Clean llipci taught hl rniinHs nn tn his nlnetvi 1Sophocleshhved 1 dred anti during his last lays be wrot the CEdlpus Coloheus one of th greatesT tragedies overwritten Arganthonlus begun to rule when h was forty years old and held power for eighty yrs and In the third bony of tho history Aslnlus Iollio tellfr us that did not dli until he was pas his oui liundivd and thirtieth year 4 Vjluulile liiarotB- Prrt Jrn nw few substanco stir iiiVtl tiy iinimni to thi nnilorl RttiiM irtnit r value orniiri tcu VIy urtkInl than ierirtiu s d1 l f luswts Cf tliwc tbMv isiri iMinr uKHf All1iS4tfbflttl fr iiilfciil iwW ljin tbose luutitifni sliiiiltn riI 1w d lxrt iciiiv5iiiii teg IlL or canrtkMIdes Tlidr coi rrwi 1js1i44 trfjit that tIuy fn ijnijt ly inlntiC cud oxtfiriuti tin fuix of Jjfispwho cujlcct tlutJi an iit i hi pronorty tholr lu f mcdlclm l iftii ilrjMiuls They ito giiiimlfy u iyUnrorni of yhistirs or olu Hiiit antl iii xnsoTtif violent vlsccr iMt aurMMoti their gxtiTiinl use c jniyylteiHpiIIcd by any other medi l1lii Rjttdfi vjlihlc Of QnlOhltiff Tnrlle X cur His uipdb of niUhlng turtlia i pructked l lii tlilVist Indjos cViisiBJs In attsfpifing Hiig and a III tp tie tfall of a iipecles of slicker ftsii Iinovu as the remdrji The live fish s Ihcn thrown overboard and Inmudlat fy makes for the Urst turtle he can spy to which he attaches himself vorjj firmly by iiicaus of a sucking apt rjius aiTangod nt the lop oi fits lietiu OnQfi attached tortile tnrtle so firm f his gripithatthefisliirrnan drawing tIm Ihii trru 8honje both turtle ami the sucker r iScoiiomloal In Theory 11111I suppose my wife la the most economical woman that ever stcppcrf lulSoS j IHllrVen she never spends mon y for anything that she dues not say sie- rJl save It lii sainetlilnj else lialevAtul does she IiIIWJhyon see we nevjbr hare rot so 1rr ii3 that yett IJut It Is tlii- lrIncJpleAi Traa talking nbVut Bosk n rr1t1crl1t At Dinner inrly Surely ou are not going yet Mr ar y JKwV I must maim But wont you stay Or the feat treason and the flow of nouH lhanky ninnm but I reckon Iyo ilrendy et on drunk all thats good fur xpCleveland Plain Dealer flailf limit after nil Is not good Ugestlon the basis o beauty iye what else may change tie rub Into the butterfly exclaimed Beatrice attacking the sirloin zestful ly Detroit Free Press Uotyn Out TTptonSny Isnt that rlelili tIn nnin IKTOSS tliestnht your jof Siirtjirb No Vedld liiaUi nu Tilh her for nwlUln lint she rtcu rrtt week Ilnffala NV tJhafory roppntfe Itself You w lud the atf of a woman la the Bib dJ5 i Siinoci Shylock wasthe rnanwhc- wanted a pounds OkliJat flesh There ar a Shylocks now the corivales cent the consumptive tlii sickly chilq the pale ypunj woman all jwant huma ilesl and they can get 1ttak Scotts Emulsion Scotts Emulsion is flesl and blood bone and muscle It feeds the nerves strengthen the digestive ojans and the feed the whojebody For nearly thirty1 year Scotts Emulsion has been th great giver Of human flesh II We will send you a coupla of ounces free SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4O9415 Pearl Street New YohC Soc and sco all druggists f LANGUAGES OF THE HAflO Scarcely n tcntlnjcnt It Ii Kol Cairn Ulc of l2xire HluK When a lover ventures for the fir1 time to grasp the hand of his channel she cither withdraws it und that Is as biueia to sty have nt heart foi you or she suffers it which Is th stolid as If she said lie whoiii I per hut to touch piy hand may hope also touch my heart In lovers iuirrVl indeed the hand Is withdrawn tp ex press angur but noon ejctonded again in to mil of reconciliation Who tell all1that is said by the hand wblcj aiiother Is conveying to fhe lips to have a kiss Imprinted ipbnlt This hrdqnc either slowly or hastily either witl trembling Of boldly and expresses civil ity or respect gratitude or love Ive hands are folded togejuer their owner prays the folded hands are ralsed hc solicits something they are rnbVedpne against the other he Is Iiiipntlent The raised finger threatens when bent iii beckons when extended it points Two fiagisrs produce the snup Ji sigu of contempt or defiance The hand gives the hand receives Both speak aloud The hand Iikewis angers byfaret pnlsive motloh A finger iJlkced upon the lips Inculcates discretion The an cients represented the god ot silence in this attitude How they have roprer sented Venus everybody knows The hand of the goddess says am bash ful Thc Graces take each other by the baud as much as to sjiy We ought vto be indivisible Two hands firmly giasplnV each other are the symhoJoif fidelity The clinched fist bespeaks rage and revenge the hollowed hand implores alms the baud laid upon the heart protests the hand upon the fore head thinks mid the imnd behind the ear expresses difficulties Tn a word there is scarcely a senti ment which the hand Is not capable of expressing raid It not only completely supplies the place pf the mouth In sppjiking hut also rather imperfectly In kissing for when the lipsfcaunot aj proaeh tlie beloved object the hand brows ktses tp her Xew Orleans Tlriu sDeitidcuutS BIRDS SING ON THE VVIfvlG Their Xotc Are More Charming1 When Vnrbled Dariitt1 irileht The songs of sill birds gain in besiuty when they are utt rQdoh the winp They seem to be dpllvefed with mow abandon and greater volume The wa ter thrushs first cousin the wen bird furnishes u striking exaniplcbf this lIla onlluarv sons consists of a niw tiRoti of the static note hammered oyl with a constant crescendo Very oRerilvi It Is too as a part of ihir general music of tlmfomu thought iacklnj Individual auractivenuss account of the monotony Sf its IterjUi thou IVut when the lftrd Nrlus above the treotopa and do ndiiftor1hJ fashion of the Indigo bird to an acconf Uanimcnt Of scattertd notes hetakffe faY hlghpr rink as a porforuiipr Not rJAvays houever dots hi reijuire the oxhlhiration and insplratiuti of en aerial toboggan to causa tahiti to abiin don his pl ln chant for a more florid soig T have heard him jsln the lnttr jjertfhed oiA praptvlnq not two tout aboyo theiground And as If jo show that hi did not reserve huts snpqrior powers foe special occasions he uiin Kled H with his plain chant nail end big with the sons rfnd sometimes re vertJn tbls order lovtv to see the oven bird oh the KToundJ Tliere lasuch a luOfcrous fts siiinption of dignUy on his jwrt as iIf strldis about the sfitKP nev r for li moment forgpttJiiK hhnsclf Taj asrio hap There is the jame even mcrs wrtd steadiness ahotjit lUs moveinvata that there Js In his jclmnty It la only whop be launches hjm elf into the ef fervcsch song hUnt he targets his staid demeanor Mpplncotrs lIe Needed Cncu tint ainiout Do you try to be contented v poverty my mnn7 asked the rich donor rm nfrnW hot an vvored the hard up dcllmjiuiit btit Just try me with riches and iec bo v contented Id beT Chicago lacurdilorald Notice To Taxpayers All taxpayers of Washington ouhty are hereby uoiiiicd lhat ases for the year 1908 r rp now ue and prompt SQtJeniOnt of iame is requested 4loalI per ons owing buck tixs will Late iidticelhat f samo are not set sled at one1 they wil bo prc jeecled agaUiht by law BYRON CROAKC ft eriff of IValung on O urrty tf 1e Tllt lloiIs VithHt leaving a scar i DeWitts he name xVich Hasi l is applied foJ any salves Wit DP Witts WitPhffazri alrcis the Only snvo made that con flILttilO pnr nuacultsrutechvitlr azH IT y tf er1bctjazl Save cffered4 tt j i LnI DWttt Witch llzizt Snivel the bst alv in tf wnr d for burns b uiPfp tittir i rhlini hlced1njr ioh in tind pr trndir pI s Sld hv C r Hadon To Care alSqW in One D FeLaonj5S IHISTORY rStVnrlqsH lauirovcnitnfs TJml Hat Even iftule in It Sliipo JCLo diJpaanciujrsJ caerul iwcdTu consisted of a long round iron sliAuk having itfrV jpinuirti tt Saforl Benight firms oc W ffimflfo fe t phanl at sin angle of qhout 40dogce nndtatlugsitsrhnmsomewhptnn point at flic crown 1 lar iintii tile of several pieces liooQPd toetbcrJJ whole periusJillrcagai ttrdespecially on rtifiT SffrWart ife About the beginning of tUff lcturyt a clorb Jn HiiftWyinpufb navji yard Ioriiip by suggested cec fhejifltfsr pd qp tiInimproeiiI the nrnvc fcinstead of strjtfjjht Ar first eight fufc simple cliang nzueiiicifIlttlevnhuie- butconideratofl4iishiow riaft1ii4- not tljjuc t 1eJicgg fcn diiw- anchor flcppnds on rsvq principal con- aitlimH nfriSi tfie extent of useto holdingjTsuitimce tyjtV tin amount virtlcil piuetratJoii Th hiWe gjiffli- f Ityls heceswiry dh rfcpmitof 2he ntf ture oftfrtUnitrj sJr Jjottcrns Ylni sir face laeusl iiciisrogcnepdtyr tenacious niid iMitt Jtatr5ts tjl ground n sbpHdlSfirotoeiowV Hi tIle year lfl chain cablcasbegar to superset orthe hompou tyjos TVltl the result that tUg long siuThkpd nil chorshlfhbito InVogutr wore iurfbiigcl necessary and anchors wtb hoitei isatis a 4vjtId3vhor id tonge crowns grttnnly enijie hjto iise ii conscqViPiice Vf fteVlWnge it com U Inqulce iiUotho hoing po c o cfjors and ai finciial result obits 5a lor tots the atltiptitiV bribe so cfclltM njtiininilty pattarn8Vnd vYhjcb WH tiuII1 beisgIjhichiusx t t th- enr iSdb Tue llitnjloui or1ii frlz- hi iuuijei lni812 uitnitfltlie w1fluihiitfnI iJU l this Time riftVnftTW slreifgllf of iif chore fully kept paeeith that ofilli chaIn cnbks v4Iio1hibsn1QoIsQintugn- aluse msbA iinntiitfrrof prfehfefor sjiifHtor were tnkeiu owtprlw fr t uggjxpit 1L attruipj1itvligRhovvii In the ollovnjr ytttr a 6iiiuil tee vflsaIlitoIntCtJV lh 1luItJrii3 U report on tlie unUr itifIS pf aneha ot the varfniisf klnn luluctkh l Irto verb tucniuHtiftStiijdaffnrftfti irotiiuuus pTihlnr tui thie igjil ntnno TJnilfTV jnfflihi ljxig Si iwii1 till the ji uj tic tents lu ninv- ifie anchors vett il Jittedi v 05e ui facility for svliiiXavvuuhovever rt tvenPfor ciri- in uiliulIow hiitthbqn4th1 ionshdgrsI adviitgv fouaaV to phr flt he ohisfiuicipit tsi1ip lothigroundSe1rre ihinp ia- S4 cnhIiIiIo uutjitcl- 1ridgi SIm5jhi8 Matter days sv1s- revoiciieecV li ttliC people of nhrtasiI chiuscits asiflIe were 1eiui hut Ib his native county of Rarnstablc sit was reverenced as a 404l Ouc wnift- wllen the supreme coiirtjholIa jHPtl3l spfedon at Barnsta1 for Yhfe trial ora capital cast liiflge WprricK who wy one of the judges casix putjof 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ooh fool says Suca l kiv iMrrrrtrr iota 7- TLb Iiipernr ahihiTt1sthiitish 44 r4e ling ofoZitruiirIl- oatii iithiy eiorgirphiei1 1 wizb Lthnhl iuLerrt I vuikInofh- irt1F uecu3rhjQu lz- iugi101r1 1i- UilJay f u- NIlu rii Hir Yot en lrcs p p1it s h4frJ fif nltttz utt4oqnuiirstI a33 T7arnirg witlintjjtls ia VrStf- o iitlQwittavtI Ib1 4 t c1tii pror1nttIranirrirn af4Id g4 I M tlilttu1 1 Mba iil hi1ywiryVteujcul htccjnQilltF say it to ybturJ I SAd h reply Look aura rlrtlat ttrere lhtElih Ledgt 44 iiIOrs treoir j Swee Tbsi Iilor4 ate rcry fotLuce ikIiis pdJt p1erbj iSuiltf4I fiprhJekthigJ4Llq Jijthey thitisIijs b1iioIthi tLt1e wlj41u one of tecfiet unit hiS ttDate iii2r itot- rtkon lpidtyrsbiil itIC p4I- ayCei2aluJyi I Dklnt I luchy te1iyoiflt ppemejitsN ykeirvi SIJ4- ishIislisa irJuStiirAnlit to slain bi ira- j1npn igtalj yCorrrcj e1i55equiS hing Lu lt3sp j Ch6lyThaSP t tri4 4 J3iWrWJ yn ia it butwhntohl a1l 5tEcbtur SS Z2 I DIUEURTON Lrll4TM4IEU rsii 4 OF i4ojk p SPRIItD i 4 I A1L Diti1W rict1y r 1 i OR J AMPTONL i4 11oe 1 SMO- IK4jt K3 1r t-Lt fqi eovor Pfrj Dioit a4rIk Office hui 12 h ti GfliGSB Bank Ic FrsaIcbY te L J I We h Jor1fo11o1fl4 dT2tYY 4inwill Refurnished uy on request 3Slt rm locatpdit nfitbfr pike htmilea from tipringfiejU Ky iiew jivenQybarnj Veil fdSce I ana waterd kriCc 30 I per acre fari IIC from 2oe jen siriiieljlIstate Li191 rimprovCPicC 2Oper acre acieJ S V field near C pinaJJoUse and inalt barn 8 acres of creels bottom Price oO per acre 143 acre f pW B J Springf3eld rn tim little Beech I toent of every hindTh1CC13O per acre 1 q iifles2C0 icre fa6i P pi fom Sprinei11t1I jmproTCme0f every kind land all In good state qf uIttatt1i 20 a re3 of fraud creek bottom Trlce 30 p r acro 14 field nea the pilerOOd bqu Lzt and iUOttiY gra Frlc1a farm S per acre Iarm two miles from 2q0 acTc Sjringfi 1dn the pike well ftnced r and watered aip hIIb tte of pil ftgationaySWefl ricCS35 peraCre- i acre farmring i t- 1ri field1 2 nfilcs friLOI0ttO Good lottafl t i Price i45 irc1- 2lJpringfil 130 acretniar a1i1 County Joadfar1fla11P1aY5l cwelLlioMAuuu u wijA rtv133 acre farm eight ooifs from SpiUgfICld aodIgood anacniy2Oof goo LObCCU raiitTYrie peraCre L L I SO acrfioniflOtlV- and tOJtCC acri1irut roflI fl cioiorcbard 1 4 ae1tahd under od rfet dwelHTIgthtt4 iztrge1t0Clr barn 1ng3 PC joper acrr- I J towfllclnIpUC and barns mill hound gooLirrass Price sorcc F Its acre farm ix miles from String field woatly f graS3i X2tt W pon1ycUing an tobacco ldOt1 good stock and tobacco earns PT1Ic 3jpgac5If O4ztJt fnx- 4frhd SprhrnlItld with good howe tobaccoatarid watered od pjj1CUCCd ftrt I Eepm For Sali frupThflktl te Mdnr fbiirfarin VTangoh Ii uiiip ixa-Wr21miIas I I tuid4 iiiie frotoSpringl5ota4und tPOW bC t a 1 rt iiie heirs of Su1tt i 4 Thtf11lnj1efrO o- cJ uot-t iii c1astin4taJ in5gr 1iTha 0 5ti lsv eliup plied iL 1ei cr f Svnfoiiat1Qfl 13Sti4irhts5i ti 4 j cw j I C1i t I oEA4j Yi t k t Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest riiiisniid I Lre11 sh and oysters every i Mied anVieL oaj ourLeer censPERSO i ALLEN Posfilrn CerJicior a rJ S1ladrVF t good smokct try the cl ir iie at q1I cCgatanJs jFBALESCVeflj ddnon EaiMaioSt 7pplyto BHHoRD DS T B Srnitl1sPuuItrrtnd- fldgStck1uMdEr oTily 5e Shudr TIwpt3 cleufaPet CIjgUI SP Lt Wco mpbeIPsnttlyoub Iuck jL1eastnj k f 1Ca 0 iiII sornergrocery 4Iplfc Contirrcnjl rojbncco Co wii ojS nhent warehouse hpr mers gel eady v1ih their tobac the midil A of next month l Ther g wilt bej o bowling match game a t the loc1 bowling alley JMPjidalsj nighl b tween a club fiouflpjlle an4a local team The that h Illirn jnt s g- e onef Jjiulte e pfeciaUy invited t 1 The oJd St j iDbminic churcj MjUich is npw ccupjed by Ham llrch igrlsons cigar facpcy 8 caught fire Tueday mprnin on the rvgfv The fire depar iient pt it Qut in short order Daip ae quail 4 Muit ThchurcIat St Roq haiLg been ivr ugJTly reuovateli is open f6frfsgrycQs Forty Hours Devoioi will bepin Friday the 30th uj0 oclock a m Twp sermons will be preached roch 3 dliiy 491ng th onod c i DiiiIile W Hiatt fWn isburghas pTirchafel thf hand om home of Mr A H McChOrd nd mil cometb 3pfinjrheiai t o c p act hPr DrkHyatt iihd his rlwrmirijr will bewHcoaie additipris j circto 5fl- ku1cOIO1rthIpiOIi d o tli- qfliCEIliI l1Lil I w S4tO I r5 Tv fetwnjivj i r L1 jr5i 4i 4tfl- l1 Lt 4 Q t1IYVhhS 1111ti k pt Ql4ji lLk Ii tiueriI Il1L fj which iifsTnry4s itsut inntitl1oiC f Tl4tv 11lidspR ynfonl s eit t t t ioae Sub Enor hasbetin appointed pastoT of Stj OujsBer rdndc1iurch Tdr 4 ouL 1kti vclz IIILS thlny admires here no only i among thuJrc6ngtegitti6n Pf S1lW Rosecliufa whertiactcd pastor ifor somerimebu among Mwhom hcam in contact He is a man of muli- culttiro aiidIiatning and Is capablo QfHSjllrig a h1i pnaitioQi Piiiq11 Volz succeeds Father J B J5jbwir vho ihas gone jpJ WasTHvgtofl 3XiC to become hssigt ntr pastjr wt a chur6h jn that Lily gHo is a uativq of Minnesota Xvhere hipTwsbomJ and hed ti cc eLhi l Ljcducajiori tboiUniversity ftfXouY ina c trUprCLtQflC ptFL- Mogrlay licl ii- 4efiuUbought from a T ltic1fwi1lc1 IiCtttcipL to Lea 1niitbIO Ph citL- irteQodblg l F y arlin and bad lQr4E4tuC ttrriS sticcftgd irigc tmg a foefarour d ifliTJicThf an ii hthp virb2z5hrnC14irt d t1t1j1ve 1bt n p lJoWifr be 5 mf fnumgK d nbrnt his ne of jjps fidj11 fore coilld dlsoij- igf u ife 6 4v s lIHd starpd tltJku 4jl It full 1l tjf lit i to b dmi bifV b 1l1ilstUr fflen- IThi5hc RiizYig at li ft i r t u i vu Id M on t iu d an L th r imsthathe is confident that if thetim0 bad been record ecTlfte certainly beat the record for jjpOO ardi at least He was almost exhausted when Sm Burns who was along succeeded Tn headlng thecalves and stopping them long enough for Luther to get the rbpe from hs Jeg Shooting onGhapIin A ciavtigscroccnx d 3OhapIin3 just opposite the tq of Maud qri last Sunday between Bud fStoneand Phillip Jury in which STope received a p stot bulle in the l Ir below the knfce thatf c1tt iurp both Jbbne if th uiemb f Both men were iirm d arid fpv e alshoisA era exchanged Thet- Itrouble j said to hav brig njited 4ver thtejza henng of se m whjpkv ory jiilts on vlAirys place by b StOcto which tim form r obo jece3 Jurywell Unown n this county haying hut recently moypd fpojn hereoiNelsdn Dr 8jxv uhdpd man and says the wound is a bad one c j fi Court Day Sales There was a large crowd in towfl on Monday andthe- live stock market was quite actlve the5iizf u ct i o n e e r s befngkepi busy dispnsipgof the 13 offerings S M Campbell macle n tfie5l fbUmving sales 36v and 10 pigstii sod and 7 pigs 1950 9vAn1 5 pigs 10 2 gjltgf o Jiachf par Of ruckling mule colts 61 dry cov145O cow and calf a 25 cw and calf S27 50 one Tot hort 2year oldsteers 2250 6flch one lo 5 short 2year old Steers 822 each 2 year od bull 285O bull calf 29 bull calf 23 ol mule 3650 3y ar1dt mare mul 113250 Plug horses J sold trom 10 to 4OtThe sales as reportedly Cof R EJWhdyqeareas follows 3 ire 1550 old c w and calf of20 13 head ofS750 pmna seeibcents per pound 2 yeafUng tTu1v18O16 5Ohorse3r3horse 12 Amueold mule jpl38 2Vpapoiark lr 140 ord h rso 447tufy 35andbug y siuo J HJh f iowiAit cV12mii 02OnJinslIt 45 2 yjiri1c1h lli532 h vCf 24 25 mule ili J 13125 I su Iill U fii 13 25 cut 35 4 ir reSr Jr p1 bull lffn25f 142 r J U t y t r1ir5Juq 1jirti- j1i itts0t1 i s n U Jm MeiJIItTI 14J1 L11Qtot Uoiiuo s At nt3 unCdI111L a1nLt it pi2cJ1 itt1dUivotedj liiin aK Now TArffiKy ihiitl ujd votf fur him ihecoaiipg OQUbL quno wQLthIn suw nnctf to lat Nowjrif Mr Sweehov did m kesuchu 4pcat j jratt0 there or aylrf4li fin a public speech in district h e d ecUiju tip was i4 tf miry andtyiwarranted qi irand- i lt tbu1ute1y untrue An l Is ill lurthef 5sy tlo nc that 4r R L Pu ham fvb jisa cinddaLCorJesani ffi e is- theegubr nowiheliu te3em raiic tsern myprsoud arid potca fiend and I fegj hW as a gen tleniali oLhourn1rt uigity aood Ittwyer p4einintiy qualified to disch r t1 dutte ol th- j1ct for tjjheb arctiit1kt td- irid vcil- lTctt r hkrnanchl1F th r cf rDiniiJie n rnntes at at1jeeOmlINir1flter tilePff am tEat I Jrnow my cvrn mind- 1itthatterbpt1er thitn M r veeneyJoV any other p0sp Rsptfully Continental Tocco Cow Owi gtott fan a min 4t13ttnatifl fotn iffr nt out ts and fziiff4ril purposes ii regA td tlr1 tiy f1ut jre ac iou ttbe o Cotitinontol Tobtrc Oo- h5scou in ty 1 wish to tnnjyu loth fttrratr 1 VstSgII armii a dJN JsuI i IhiJiv Wv fWinte foY thi1 Jnntiiifmtfe ti bacco o rl tII44 qn ti will hi iVinti j rii Ttvv III SflZILJL YOU BONOUT Customers are bur 4 iest 1vcrtise4uet4s ery pair of glasses titled by us sel ojhers EvGry day some one SOTS 1 MrsVSo and So is so Well pleasedjit1i5her glasses that I thought I would come to you I We are human though never satisfied We want j to add your to our chain To fit you is to fit yur friends in the friture We Correct all Defects of the Human Eye that Glasses will Remedy I fo 1 RUSSELL MainStv Springfield Ky FCNAL Xis Florence Gray has gone tqOw utpnbjrji visit Mrs Phillips of Lntus Ky visile lf AI L Searcy tbe ISt of he week MrsjJvh A simuis of Owen ro is bere this wuek the gueSt f friend and relatives Messrs Harber Bah win Ed Mattinly and Wood Of aldstitvii were here Sunday Mr Gfarence Goode of this u0fy bjts tone to Winchester where he has 8 cured a position Miss Daisy Hannon of Louis vlllis who has been be guest of iMissMatiiu Robertson returned oi n Moiid tvlessstT E Canjrell and J L G a ham two prominent attor sys of Grensburg were here on Tuesday on business rut W O R ed after being r on a ninety da s furlough left yesterd y to his post of du yj t1tMeadSDMessrs and Joliir C Durrptt VJbe Wakefield aid Prank Qfiutt of Nelou county Avere here on court day Mrs Clifton A Grene gpej o Lebanon this evening to HCtas jndae in a vocal contestt which is- o take place at that placer p nights Th followinff you g people1 Jspringfleld have organized owIicub to meet every TudS fay niglm this winter Mises Lizzie Waters Esther BpuIi are nhin Mcthurd Jenniei ClayJ brpnkq Betije Irvine Lydia McElroy O P Wbartori O B UMnirigham J S Glayb ookiy H FordG LWHartoni Jr 3paldIflc 1ts SSb kgted 110 luits pn 1LrI s Ct r st1iItfli tutiie Ui lus wtvli it lbrfNti Lli Dur r m it vH t tn ti ab IIl 14si14 iIId- Ji5Ji- 5I4L ciclwf J on a cViifnt ftrlipiruiai iiIl- ii isfOm NJrsi kCluV d urtd h Lau rAv iIlr fcHU IIto and tiYwijT eivefor VVmclj Ster to make tMiii jfju nue home anti whpie rfr Mtvtib4tiliiijsYilreM Jy fi wbrkbit husejhkfi depu turetrbm bprinLfi Id will coinmunitiwn ch jj1wyLLiaVso nT ny riends Vt tNotJ All peruj hplding tickets in tJtftnt iggcontest jyill please pro- sept them personally ttri NoVum ber2d the da on wnich the seye al Arizes areto beavarded So tdretSwiil bo accepted or counted in the cnnfest unless pe ented by some member of the family from Whom the eggs have been received o tickfits wilt be allowetl on eggs after 5 oclock Saiurilay ufJerno n Octu Bor 3isti Anycjna b6JdirTg bpr rowed tick ocstio mtty have delivered the1 Stefrhiiors eggs J wccived lic bts ort sifpe need ii t pr2sept7theml as tpuy willnot be county under any cir CLumsJances None but the tick ets TCeive4 by jioyynjdehyery pf oiir ownMpodjtJcfcion f eLgs vill beallowPdlTbOnOt as Qdte3pd M Hit farms for 5SaI IuS il- qnave tt1iliflibPr Of nMmsV for e it sbnubu pi rt 4 r At J4 r iu s lli viig tia- e u tfor sule u dt sirini i u put IUO vII fiuids ltiir a vui W g V tthJ5 p injt t lpiti kii tisalS s Ifrj4 fW 1 OMJERCOKTSThe largest stock we have shaven in a great variety of Stylejs sfnd Prices RIGHARY4 CQp7Ttghtedi9D2 L g We also CarVy in Stock large line Men Overcoats in cheapergiades from 4 to 8 values See our and Boys In the g latest styles 3r BROS H H HORD OFFICEE RlNEHAHT Bcri nrraancfitty located SPRINGFIELD K7 MICH ORATORY Speakers Get Busy in the County The political campaign has been quite warm lor the past ten days in the county arid political orators have been stirring things up with a vengeance At Willisburg Saturday last the crowd tnatgahered to hear tlie Hon JchnW Yeikts is esti mated at from 1200 to 1500 neo pie A brass band was on hand and there was an enthusiastic Mr Yerkes and party were met out quite a dis tance froth town and escorted to thn speaking stand by a process ion of cit zeus Mr Yerkes was intr duced by Mr George Colvin of the campaign committee in a neat speech Mr iYerlresVpoka for about jjtx hour and a h df during which he as gijiven the strict si attentip HJ yyiew d the Democratic ad mliistratin oiState affairs aud Oed s uie teliiMg poi s agitins irroivr nko tring Mr vy V Ne kirk ollowed r1 Y es in a luechbf 30 minutes in vylii hhe touched up e JJfmocruticHdmini ration in a ivih man tr tiou VJ Brunsto spoke at MiVtoui Roust here on Ivhurs i1t igiliiI igP d croud He wyiw aiiuu Its tint re speech toxJefxiud ug Guy Bwikjiiurs aujitn Hi he Calhoun varcaim affair and had many arguments mdeftneof tha ac ion Mr Brfjnaloii iis a forceful speaker aiid hold tuv attbntiou f ac reudiey1Oti y court day Messrs Matt QDoheriy and W Thcriijcandijate for Lieuten ant GOVM nor spoke at the Court House in the interest of the Uemocvatlc ticuet Ju d e ODbtierty is a jgpid speaker anti renewed at lefig B Jhe political situation in the btate Judge ODoherty was formerly a Re publican but changedr his Views four tir five years ago Cot Bill Thorne entertained the crowd with his usual supply of jokes As a joke fejltr Col Thorne is hard to beat and not withstanding the fact that his stock is a little oil he can always provoke a laugh at the tndof each one Capt W H SAceney whose ntimeiaon the baliot wider the log cabin for thq office of Corn raonwealths Attorney for this district spoke to a crowded house at the CJou 1 House Tuesday nighr t4p Sweeney dealt wiin his own personal claims for from the voters of this judicial oiatrjct Hltuost ex 1cluiv ly and toot some hard shos at some of uis erstwhile poltic i supports WHO are gim niin jri thi contest He sj Ue for twp hours ynd elicitd much applause rlfesUes tbevp MJiMikers other lociil ptUtici H s litve been pr aching iiocinuub o he voters ut it e back dsli lets Among those hol nr or th st mp are B t uMjiUi I tl u t n fiti q heatoui t4tJuulOltltD4WO einis riid Joltn tfvL is P Kirk oviti Ez UI eri dauu iiheisof 41ip blica ctrnp V1w gent nil 1J Perfect Fitting Land Handsomely Tailoi d fat- Moderate P1ii s1ooo i iigli Art fi Make splendid Ghildrens Overcoats ROBBRTSON Campaign uemonstration Republican retognition Pifhiye opinion is that the county this year will afford an exceedingly jclosa contest Election Call A petiiinh sighed by more than wenty qualified voters of the MackVille voting precinct No 6 of W shington county having been flied inthe County Court daysbeforeelection 1903 asking a submis sion of tde quesion whether stock shall be permitted to run at large in said vbting precinct and the fiscal court having di rected this day that the vote upon said question shall be taken by voting precincts it is ordered thatthe Sheritt pi Washington county shall open a poll at the nexjs regularelection held in said Voting precinct to wit on No vember 3d 1903 to ascertain the wish of the voters of said voting precinct upon the question whether or not they wish stock to rn n at large in said voting precinct arid he shall advertise the same as by law required Copy Attest- W F BOOKER Clk In obedience to the abo e or der I hereby give notice to the voters of th Mackyille precinct No 6 that therpoli will he open on the 3d day bf November and the vo e taken upon the question as to wh tber or not they wish stock to runaiarge m sad yoti g precinct this October 6 1903 BYRPN ORQAKE g WQ A CurcPer flyspc Iliad Dyspepsia in its worat form and felt miserable most all of the time Did not enjoy eating until after iI used KbdoU Dyspedsia Cure which completely ca ed theMrs V W Ssjylor iHUliar k No appetite loss of strength nervousness hcadpche constipation bad breath sour rlsingS indigestion dyeoepsia and all atomacb troubles are quickly cuced by the use of Kodol KokoL represents the nat ural juices of digestion combined with the greatest known tonic and recon structive properties It cleanses pu fifios and sweetens the jstemoch Sold by C J Haydon Dragging out an exstence is ins what a y number 5f people are doing they scarcely ever have a well dayfall an coraplainat nil times They are treated br the family physician and possibly have used numerous remedies yet they do nob get well To nil such persons GAYUBA is especially rec ommended for the chances are large ythe sole cause of their trouble is from disordered Icidneys if so GAY UrB A is th rerbedy Sold by Wood Campbell PibIjSaIe J t f I will selutcly on my farm hearSimmsA Washington county Kyon WEDNESDAY NOV 4 im at 10 am the Jolowirg prop erty 25 head of yearling and 2 year old steers 8 cjqws 12 head yearling 4nd 2ryear old heifers 4 yearling mulas 2 yearling colis 7mares from 2 to 10 years old oneJJ 4ear old mule 5 3year pid mules 2 y6ung horses 1 aged stijd 2 2 yearold jacks 125 sows shoats and pigs One iron axle log wagon 1 2hOrse wagon 1 Deering binder mower 1 2 hrrse tread powcr1 corn sheller 1 disc drill 1 difc harrow 1 leveling harrow 1 wheat fan spring wagon buggy and buck board plows harness hoes and alls ch implements as are used Ion a first cldfss Jarm Ajsn 4 jiousehtildqnItitche TERMS All sums ot10 or les jcasb for sums oyev 10 acred ol 6 montns secured by not will pprovid personal security neubtiabl und payable atMiirio Nu icnal BtfLa bauon Kj bearing 64ier cent interest rotii dtite of sale ALDWEtL PEPSIt j yer sMalaria and AiLuc CVTC Thej oldest safest stroogttt a Jam m dicinet Not unpleasant to takd A splendid tonicfor gllUvtqg in Kialariil distrjicts ISfewa t New Seasonable Good AT I Ciinninnhflni 4 Buncans A great variety of Dress 1Goods m black and fancy Zibelines Black arid Colored Ghevipts Mixed Suitingsj ti Black and Colored Broad Cloths all colors x f Tricots l ewest Thugs iii a1st1llgs isa Womens Misses and CM1 c drens Cloaks Ladies JDres Skirts in newest styles ahgreat assortment of Dress trimmings and Dress buttons Our stock of UMerw ar fand Furnishings are more corn piete than ever before SHOESVWe are better equipped in footwear than any previmis season We sell ll the folloyring celebrateifl makes j t Krippenclbif JDittmau Co Ladles fine A Shoes This firm sets the sls all others follow ffi tn lens Fine Shoes ve handlek 7 J Mannss Mfg Co and M A Packard 2 r C s We guaraiitee Packards Iat Kid and pat Colt None aire betteri i none moie stylish We ale soke agentsfbr Rice Hutehins Water jr King Shoos every pair warranted to turn water We T M t are sh Win this season the farnous its Schloss Bros Clothing also sblLthe Celebrated MWetllworth for Men knd of PerfectiQnfbr Boys If you are in TV x need of a Suiifor Overcoat wp carxanc g VS will sjave you money j V Yours Very Respeptf J r Lf Canniiigliain Jf Mnicii j JOTIN McELROY GENERAL INSURANCE AfiEl P Life7 Fire and Torrdo OFFICE OVER PEOPLES BAM Duringmy absdncefrom otriceW r Grtgsby or George Neikirk will attend to any businest T 45ykjfor me r L Itt QWENS FOR CHILDREN regulateshbdying cores summer complaint Mycr YewII ci OulemboroKy- U Our baby as wsting away while teeInr iia bwels ecnid beyximdcentrol Three ibylmns I tay him up Owens Pink Mixture I cnoghit Irr beek free Mrus THE F1OYDMEDC CO bOfl ItLOYDS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS fl To CHM CeWIii OB Day Take LaiatlveBratnoiQufhine Tbj lets All drtfcgists fef ou4 the mone nt fails to core E tW CWv isfgr faturc oneach box 2SCi i IMt JI r i a I s r t a Iifl L L Tbi Pyea d proclition DI- 1brihe ttin er GI No 9 10 i t wl the iiMptact7 t ijied with SCuba Iaatecai Its the Jft p4Snjof tisCongrcsinc1 be eeii in eiluso and tuifrte C the liuiiiljr tterabers of ihe Senate f tttyeyen ifiil be republican Ilijiriy hree tlemocrntic a n d 0te1vsthte n counthw the ten Aays xtfessidn of tie Senate last lspiring in the Hduse tlrere will 175 deinocratI d lig menibeVB who ierved bfefpn i The romoHty enat vi1l be icU fejr Sir C prnVan vrfcdso iactiiiiis will bo WatcUfcd tbe inpre cio ely iitShe isregdrded as a iDiO4abi jcjtadidaite of the democmts in fa coming presidontlut cuinpad n pHe wil1endtavurto to organize tie democrats thoroughly an4 to Jfcixie tyoni ihe republican senit ior dafmigirg adrdissiotfs of the i adminisstrtiona tiismanagem tit t J pi national aifhirs The parsonal eoinity which has arisen bciweeu nic Maryland STeuator and Pcei duiifc Roosevelt will aaHe the t y pufEy coniestia ihe SenuB alJi L the mbre interesting T eHoue will bo for tile jirtt time under the leadership ot Speaker Can Jipn 4td sbiuu ciianges in tlu riiles are expected Many re publicans have become dissaiis iliid witTi the iroiinrlts yrhich erea4opted during tho speaker thips dT Keed and iltnaeioni ana they will prcbably join Rep i reseiuuiive Hepburn ol Iowa i Jiiattempts emancipate the S to THouse ircm tte abrfoln e domina Sjj it tf the Speaker and his smiil CuiiimUtGe Oil RuhSi MT Hep burn plan is to have ILis coni rrLflItbtCU enlarged and ehesei bj both parties ii the Hoiistfhistcao ofc beidp appoint GJ by theSieak er 9heelectioa of a ccfmniitiei wculd be practically ihu udu lion ofjiheaunate syiiteiii butt it Avbuldbe iVvolutior ary in its ef iejst on the4 powers of the Spea U er Ipr If one com mitte vere f ejecifid there would be no reason iivby alt should not bu Qhpen u ilie ume manner It is bcfev2u by xnany tUat a hangeJin4 ttc rulespt the iriouse woifiu add it iHti p estige arid powcM oi tnt JuAver braticli oftjttr Bpiislatjii I vhichin the weirds of Kupr stjn ii t ve i cCali isbein Uver J 1IacbseibybIJieoaJte f PolUiciacs hue are m u c pleasedw t th the AlaSiiuiif Bonn tia1fr Awa rd 4iich iireg irdod u oiJsignar victory for theUuiteu- t1 tatesrand wit settles lorever cserious disputef between tlii country actl ireat Britiap hf- ehoundarv as4u r idednnftn Yves tpttfe TJiilt d 8tatesaluio3t tbe disputed territury dnd tu c line rail cear xf afi the bays in lets and uieatis of cc ss to lh sea and estabiitfhek a complete lasfl barrier between Canada an j the sea from the Portland Canal to Mount St Elias Canada geu ttfe Canal as well as two oLtlie 4lur bV tlit 1 hIatds by thq Unitcu biates atc recognised as of great i strJiegii value f J BoyStsbs Bdy jVhilS oa his way to school this nirntiijjrSpiiriiii ye thetwelve jeirQldVtmof ilk Arch I4rye ot the Interhal Rev ei u2 office STARVED Many a garrison has been forced to give up the figbt and hang out the whiter lagpf stirrwiderwhcn lack of food has 4 weakened the men past all power to cofitiaue tlie struggle strength to carry on the struggle he turns his store over to ui Miter Vpr PJerces QoWen Medical Discovery cures diseases cf the Mosnaca and other jana of digestion and MtriUojB Jc restores ttreagtuto weak fiery slbIIruhtdown nien and qproujen tfceganto0itoinach trouble i1s rh air write frWmW- nrUrrn of Antrim Jfo IawfloU weaifat It Ktx- Wipcr tJHttl Uwwrid tnrriw- s e fftto a cnret olii chill Vslroabkd ocflen that LaIrtIip4 lkoitgla TrioinauyVe 0ijuly Grary rclict In Noeb ihmwtJit ierceGed Many a man similar1ytarve4 out of business His digestion is impaired Illsfopdr does not Jfor I 1vefaaueeesihanaenJwotWwi tigue aud taks th tISticlxiliEbiVtt wJb SL the credilt 4U lelopgs 0 cti MtheM DcTCOVerJ i cantI y ti a in Dr Pip ror Jn tady rIt4SO WcrIfureJ Uaay btt atiore itaternesL let then I lafSJJ Pierce PleMnt Pellets cleatietbs IfiA irtmuUte the sluggish Jiyer iLwas pvertaken by George Gabs bert a thirteenyearojld colored boy jeho stepped up ijehind him jgrVblbqd himiin thio cpat cpllar ssjjrgi VKov jtemn you Ike- t you Some hoUi ords were passed beprfioii live boys apd al scujHe ensued in whi h tbej col ored boy 3V as cangerpusly tabbpd It is stated that tlv two had eomo b vilv trouble nome Lirneiioat the Danvillp Fait aiadat is beliey d that the polored boy had beenl lt inir for voting Fnye e p cting to t risli timwvrhenac opportunity pre sentttl itself The jround was K2ade with an ojd packet knife and it isfna likely that tlcbQy fraay diPi Spears Fryei onpof ftnetmost manly Ktt e follows ID towr and is a bc5 vho has as ittle disppsitop to Oght as any boy in the icdmmuniy The trouble is much re reltedrrDan yule Advocate Itvis cJaPgeroar for one fo lakepat riit jmedieirics of unknown corn 1osi lion WIit a person Is sick the best conssgistb cull aphjslcian Often times hocs r a person is ruu tlown and out pfsjorts without being actttal lysic At such iinies a goon goni tion sense digestive tonic is usually all that if needed j Such a topic is WalhgrsPaptonized Port which you can getat C J Hay dons It consists simply of pure pot wine and pure pepsin The first ifives ypuneir bloodlDew life the second prompts a perfect performance of the digestiTC functions Small size 50 cent Vlarcre size 100 WANTFD 0We would like to ask thrpual hy columns of pur iuper sere is iiuv person who ha i51d CJrHeaVAoMUst Flower fs ifcure of rodiirestion Dyrpep ia abdL ver TioubliS that lf iot been cured and we ulsc mean their ieu lis such as sou tt aJach fur mentation of ftiod hibiuial coSliveness rorVo- tsad4eledspcL felt feelings slQeplesnipss act atiy trouble coonected wji1 tnc istqujaxrhl or lri r H no iciue h s beeq t ld for hi i ears in all civil jzeti cbuiiKrieN snd wo wiih tp c frespondHfi in aid snd yjjiu Que of u iOOR frep Afc It rou t ev tnQd Augusi F iiAVir i Jtry U f i htboi la first j nsiiteraiHvr i nown Qf1j35 failing LS s tn tjiotj more sepiKi i iiatTnr WtH oil TIH 25i Ss c n Ji 4 e ii tntrsIluOfl veacv Regujtrnshsfj 75 ruts v J1g1S s Cii Greiu csI1 Tlie tnsyoi ehiItL tbolQgyfjJtt ttnctiiyj ercr rtfrpiiryg Interest aim oiUluvsfnCTM rrobefusJi crime an iaomulry ste bfcbntiii solrable Th- right of the d5kt4d proper itrent bodily nnd inentnlj s tuuLinjr it stronger nIpeat Ltls cwniug to bo bettts known mat what rcattiant foafvrs t jalaueed ilcieloiituviit mid just wha rfsysrtcjtl couHlUipos preclude the possi bility of aucJi dcveloi aient Parcntt will Ua 5fv that tlic nervoit fraction1 child needs lue flirvlccs of bnin cs pert possibly tter1irl o u skilled surgeon It will be luideiitood thai stubbornness can bo cured If ration ally dealt with or iiiudc a nUleuabt crime If prderqu3ly if2uuakd May evaryiiRujuteI jircnt ulci in bcneiiccat wtfrk llI studjiu his bvi child faIrly anti impartially rttid col fcjiriiis trra trlal3 froniJ his tisiglibpr hood tKtt will give the studuiita v brpaiicr outlook Fair hoaest state merits froei vatylng cnvlrontncnts arr of value SR dffituilf along this liij and sae iiiai wpndcrf nl avenues ol thought open up Health Curias ra Ctter Skin A full groiyiispa ottor Is froiu four to fro fetloiig and perhaps ii foot c1 uioreAvIfjTn Whtrt i hunter secures oni he loosens ho hide from the ziosu tincl lengthrseih Dody tljc hide being so elastic tim this is noi k dlfTicalt job It U thor strotchbd p1vr n smooth boardsik auii half foot Ions nine Inches JyUlc at one end aiiUton ut the othor 6nd End end o thf board is tapered Jaj point AJmtkcr oard esactly the same wlzo t thuif Inserted anti the ski strctchcd ti Coot or cightppn Inches loucr Ihnii it original length third board half the lungth of tlw othr Is vVO1l la anti tine shUn lightly tackqd at tim ends to hold It In place Jf any flesh adliPi s to tlid skin It then cut rff and the hide Is ciirod ati titled la tUIa condition In a faw diy It takt ii olT lint boards and itifnpf fur sldt out wlteii It ia rosIly foff iiria- iliet Silc0Mr Rolker In iMcCInres robs cs o some Tnisconccpiiona as to snakes Thru a saake iafdecapltatcd 4 is dead flip tall will remain sensitive lor soni tours without reference to Tunddvn fho rattlesnake 10ps not suicide by bfl- ng HseSW NojsaaTtc iasfeccptiblfc U ho polstfn oflta own kind That the Iaci finako will swallow Its young lif line of danger Is true mid thy arc hfn di esfeil making the mother t an ilal of the vofstKort 4 Ilni Tc wIr KilHarr who attend tltitg lteMr LrId VIt it Jeksr V IIP wns cnUert In only ff cr dv Sbftm Ii6 old gonte mji Lied Vylo yau aer2 foss bld Mr HorJey tajs vtaken tIlgtIy ill ypStP ay antl Js jtou S 5rlftv set for frj ICHllaiaat once rhlndeplin Prii Dia tihe Crxt the CoTlilr- eti tppnmaarL mart ipU yei Te dh tnt I vmndlsp1eased at yIr en tertjr ttlroJicenii In tine kIti- Pu Dina1trlhr ct iig Oldia qx him Into fit pnrorta4but he wouldnt go Ijlladelrhin Lodger MRS CECELIA STOW Orator Entro K is Club 176 barren Avenue CHICAGO ItL Oct 22 1902 For nearly four years I suffered from ovarian troubled The doe tor insisted on nn operation as the only tray to pet well J however strongly objected to an operation My husband felt disheartened as well us J for home with a sick woman is a disconselalp place at best A friendly druggist advised him to got a bottle of Wino Qardui forum totryandliedidso I begantoinprove inafcwclavs and inyrecoveryAvasvoryrapid With in eighteen weeks I was another being xL 1L1 ifrs Stowes letter shows every woman hot a uoinp saddened by completelyVne 0tress and brinca health and happi ness again Do not go on suffer lag Go to your druggist today and secure a 100 bottle cf Wine oIt Cardui SI AN INGEN1OUS BURGLAR IJow lie Opened n Sate TVItlipnt Tool ExpiosiTeN An extraordinary account Is given ol how a Kite was opened by a robbcj who bad at his disposal no Instrument df filly hind but opunited merely with iilr finger tmil Tine person who nccom iJiishcd tire feat revealed Iris intention robbing tire Iron tiafe in a hotel ti niiothor young man who happened tc 0be the cousin of the hotel proprietor As a matter of course he proposed scheme to rcb was repealed to the owf froftrje hotcj and a little before mid uicht when It was to be put Into exe tuition a Couple of detectives were con cealed behind tire oZllec counter A short time afterward the robber entered the ollicu gently without either tools or e isldslvcs wherewith to open the niartsivfc Iron receptacle the corn blnation of which It was evident he did not Unow lie hind however resorted to an ingpuluus plan of his oiVn lie had pared the nail of hjs index Qnser on the right baud tulll the blood vessel wore espsed Tie by placing the sensitive wound on the combina tion lotl ho could distinguish the move ments of the tumblers a they ell For nipra tlian an hour lid he work and at ast thtre came a sharp click and he back the doors oi tire safesajng C EC was hi the act of fillfiis Iris pock pst with the xahtable papers It con talked wliea a danipttr was thrown up in his activity by the sudden grasp of the dstoctivos under wltoB escort he Was tatea to prison London TitBits Dansrtr In Home rtemeJlen The tronUlt with poor persons who try to doctor themselves before coming here Said a physician in a public dls rnsary istbat they do not know the Rrst thlss about tine simple remedies ns theyvall them that they nv Of tentimes they do fhctnxelves scrims In jury ilirpnjih sheer ignorance I hart n hiflii In lwrti the other day who had tftken bali jti ounce of cholera mix tuc SojuobHly hind told hlii tta lice half svteaspooufjil It is tho nitiue way with paregoric JswJBet niter ammonia aml stltqr well iJiiojvn housKfiphl rome dlc5 re TOii vlip trust to their mem ory ua IHcely to get mixed and either KiUtf an overdose or use the wrong medicine A woman came In here suf loving fro m the iffccts of a drug that she should never have obtained except on n physicians prescription It was tIre blgoverdoso and Uey prompt nppll cation for rejlcf that saved her When I slplded hcmshie showed me a clipping from on of the zmmmiizutu advising Us use The dose prescrllScd was enough to kill ii rs New Yoi k Times YFkETlCEr4C U AVas Not Proof Asr Jjfst CbarIc Godfrey LcHluaitV Charlcfi Godfrey iUlaiiililhithof of the Ilans 1trehtuaii ballads Lad a passion for tftudyiug KsOt gyp lea umj at tho same tiaie grxat human gympnthy with tiietu The fact tilt ho was tho urcatest llVIutfiiiUhorUy oi gjiwy touiuo oud ousjbms guvp Ului littfc pleaaurc coniparod With thtf delight of being hailed as brother by gjt sy horse traders at English fairs nud gypsy niualerana lu llussla aud Austria t One flay In Phliadelphla he nlot thcee darl men whom lit knew to be of an ancient stock lie was qUltt sure that they could spunk a language which contalned roots of Sanskrit Illudpo nnd Persian Yet they would make no 0displayntcos tonj all knowledge of It as well as the fact of their gypsy blood lie addrpsget them In Italian and they answered fluently j4e changed to obacure toiiRiiw cf tub east and they replied youriuiI0es signor all of thorn 0lsmitt there one left behUid width ypn have forgotten Think i niUiut- eXpXguor nonu 0Hat net nneV linrjr yotj have neen every egg In the IusKct Lfiund lookwl time ninu llifrJIy In the rye aud put a situiou In Uomauy Thvit Wits a wtariled glance from one to the other and then a sihwe He usked hcmignlli In ltoma y Wont yon talk with a gypsy brothel11 That opened te piles They shook Ills hands In grtjat Demotion and tried tell him how happy they were In Jilivlng met some 020 wbj knew tiiUJ tYouths Companion TPth rronnt us uuraThe Spanln ljwere time firsi to bring horses to this continent though the xtfsrfwiinloests teLl us that the rocks iUuid vaii lossJh which slr w that eiluULu wtro juitneroua af nYcr Anwr ifa In theeoeeny period It la a singu lar tact however that there were no Uorses in America when the first Euro peans camcbither John GUnner Speed La Century What She Meant 0458he told inc said tlib young man who had consujted a fortune teller that I was Corn to command Well well exclaimed Henpeck She means then tUat you will never re mArrlcd1Exrhnnse MUST BE REPRESENTED Great Opportunity Awaits Ken tucky at Worlds Fair SPEECH OF PRESIDENT Y FORD Tells Delegates to Stat Commercial Convention Why This CoYnmon wealth of All Others Should Answer to the ItulNCail of blutea at ihu ExposItion No pao spcato more eloquently on the development of Kentuckys pro ducts dad resources than does Mr A Y Ford the President of the Ken tucky Exhibit Association Since hits election to the place at the head of the organization which was formed to raise a fund for Kentuckjls represen tation at the Worldo Fair kn St Louis next year purely a labor of love with him for jt must be remembered there aie no salaried commissioners Mr Ford has made many speeches along this line The latest of these was de livered at the State Commercial eon vention recently held In Louisville It is our pleasure today to present the greater part of it to our reads as follows The movement for a creditable repr zen tatlou of Kentucky at the great Worlds Fair which Is to mark the Centenary Territoryteppealspatriotic sentiment 0It appeals to U hjcsg Interests because ho comiuuulty wore Njmn Kentucky needs fo hate Itself properlyXvdyertlsed to the hrorld not only for the correction of that falsft refute Into which U has been brought Jjy pcrslstcnt and lbugconlinied misrep resentation but because at thus particular Juncture In the material development of the country It flnds an unusual opportunity and a pressing necessity to demonstrate to the world of capital and of homefeeekcrs the superior ndVantagei which It offers an undeveloped State in which all tire ta Beiitlats Af profitable development are to be found It niipeals to sentiment because the Ken Incklauii eVanicterlstlc pride In the BfhScvenicnts of the founders of the Corn iionwcalth can find in nil the long thins tfioas story nothing more fit to Inspire It than part which te rues of this State ha v played lo that rmarvelouB national A T FORD President of the Kentucky Exhibit Association drama of expansion of which the Louis tana Inrvhnse wins n part How couid Kentucky forego her claim It a shure in the glories of a region at whoa birth into the Xniou she stood sponsor created a part of this household of lib cry through her instrumentality peopled largely by ucr sous bound tu her by the lenrtefest tes of blood and Interest all it alonc nf thin very richest of the jewels In her tv wn of Statehood But perhaps it inure In keeping With the spirit of an occasion like this to put seutlmciit to the r far and Tjuslnets coii slderttiuti3 to the fore We bold that Keu tucky khouid be nt the LuuUlatia Purcbast Exposition BecauSe it has suffered Inestimable Ib jury from malicious mkircpreseutatlou B ause Itueeds to be advertised to this worjd by something else besides Its mona tain feuds Und its bitter politics loneinServes to be taken seriously We like u Jote all right but we dont want It rubbed In too bard- Because It is an undeveloped State need tug the goodvvlll of Investors and home seekers pod having that to offer them lust wlJ endure and repay Investigation UPMUSO now Is the time of times for IiUtlts ourselves right and keeping our fielrc right before the business world nhlle this tremendous tide of material de velopincnt J at Its deed and tueu an fioeUing on every hand for profitable folds of Activity 15ecflusi through Ignorance of our own rcrourcw or Indifference to them througl lack of enterprise In presenting informs tlon about thpm to those who seek It we have suffered ourselves to be outstrlpiMH as nn liiduitrlai community by states that coiitd not compare with uS In natural vnutnKC I know of no State that stands more In luHl of a protest In the name of truth thins Kentueky I know of no Stute tIt huts been more persIstently and nnjustly ma ligned than Kentucky I know of no Htntt that has more supinely endUrod such mis representation recklessly giving fresh casiou for It and careless of Its opportunl ties for displaying Its better side am not au apologist for that which i wrong with us and there Is much In pro sent conditions for which we should frankly 0take shame ip ourselves but the very ex Istonce of such things but emphasizes thJ necessity that we should be tip and doing in the cause of our own redemption to the end that these early clotles of the S- tatCtred i 1At 70 cf Heart Dls dase Contracted During CiyIWaz Veteran Gii fu14- Is Hrt Cure YAffected pure Ileart 4scaie is curable lut In people of advariccdfage ft does not readily lend Itself to rdinajy treatment There iic however heartCurdreds of c4ael and from the letters of grateful sufferers ill cure where nil else las failed anddiseasedclatbr of ha hearts action antI the most effective treatmnt ever formulated for im proving the circulation of the blood heartdiseaseold toan of Lcx gton Vaf I grew so much worse I left thre with my wife to visit any RoanokeVaexpect to live to return to the dear old insistedIcured a few bottles of it al o the Nervine and Tonic After using one or Iwo bottles I coulp see n improvement and I despaired ofcvem ii ung brtter but my faithful wile cbted keeping t up which I did Im procmrnt boll began in earnest and I took in all fifteen or s xteen bottles I was re ftored to perfect health and while I am 79 ji ars old I am comparatively a boy You sir are a benefactor and I cheerfully recom sukerlnghunranityJ All dturgists sell and guarantee first bottler Miles Remedies Send for free boot M4Pr w i ea smvn ac tsa UUXi eJ hamperedbyIndividual should be oversensitive to jest misrepresentationlong and It hits made for us a reputntloa that has formed a barrier to the proper de velopment of the State It Is a thing te be denied and rebuked with carncstneia and dignity at every opportunity not only as a matter of State pride but as a mat tec of State welfare In all the long rollcall of States not sac Important State will be missing nor one that can lay any claim to rapt as aa enterprlslcg Commonwealth Not OM whose growth la wealth anti population tstS Its energy and vr gres Ive spirit There will to aligned the States that staM for progress for enlightenment for educa lion for leadership Shall Kentucky eliminate herself fron such a company and say to the world that we not only repudiate the work our fath ers dd in the cause of national expansion but that we do not care to be ranked among the enterprising States that we art wedded to our Idols and only want the busy world Jo stand out of our sunlight and let tot alone with our mountain feuds our political quarrels our undeveloped wealth That we dont want to be din turbed by the screech of factory whistles tbkt we dont want locomotlvr scaring our horses that we dont want factories spreadbg soot ovet the landscape that well keep our coal and our Iron end our lead and zinc and fluorspar where they are for we dont want urn lightly holcf dug In the ground What do we carelf men with money to Invest pane us for more hospitable Stalest What do we want with new population It might compjleate the political situations What need have we for electric tractloa lines Were got one or two and the old carryall will do for a while longer with a new spoke or two and an extra wrap on the shaft when the roads are set too bad Work to le Done lien of Kentucky that is the verdict that our Indifference to this opportunity would both Invite and Justify cud It Is a verdict that would belle the State and its people We bare a few mo sbacks yet for I doubt not there were even thorn bushes in the Garden of Eden We have people left who are comfortable only Whom jogging Along in tin wellworn roUt A reasonable State pride U well enough but a State pride that does not express It self In emulative deeds Is a hybrid thing mere flourUb and strut and silly pretense gaining nothing but ridicule and I fear that with some of our good people State pride has ossified Into mere selfcom placency with the conviction that what ever Is Is all right and that any sugges tion of improvement Is a suggestion ot dis loyalty Mid yet there Is work to be done For Kentucky Is an undeveloped State with rich resources and whatever stands In the way of the development of those resources Whether itbe unwise laws whether It be our own ignorance of these resources er whether It be Indifference at home and Ignorance and misconception abroad must be swept aside With the largest known area of coking coal lu the world we produce only four tenths of one per cent of all the coke pro duced In the United States and though we are now rapidly Increasing our product we yet rnuk only ninth as a coke pwcer be ing In this respect outranked even by lisa sachusetts which has no coking coal at phi but roust bring It all front Nova Scotia Wlth rafctlcaily the same coal area as West Virginia we mine annually only onefourth as much coal With twice the real area of Alabama we mine annually only about onehalf as much coal With splendid timber at our very doors we send It North to be mode Into feral ture and other articles and be sWIped bask toss With a splendid itockt raising country shout us the annual product of our butch tring and meat packing establishments Is lIttle more than onetenth that of Indiana With vast fields of natural oil we are only Just beginning to develop them and have as yet not a single petroleum refinery In State With a large pdrt of our State to thlcklj populated as nvlte the construction of Jnenirbnn traction lines we have only three Such hues in operation with a total of Icffs than 40 miles of track while our neidliiirlng State of Indiana Is already net trork of Interurban Unes Ylh tweotyelgbt counties wholly nn fncc ed by steam railways and others that arely skirted by them we built only K siiiei of railway fromISOO to 1000 and only 33 mites tlrougu the total ecw construction In the Kouttt In the de cade jrae 1530 miles and In the United Ss es 4453 miles Vlth vast deposits of Iron ore we Jjave declined a a producer of pig iron and In 1001 produced only a pitiful 26000 tops njjnSnst Alabamas wore than 1200000 tojU Trt Kventyflv year ago the pig iron pro duction of the two States was about equal In Iron and steel manufactures though our actual output has Increased our rank among the States hits declined from sev enth In 1870 to eleventh In and thir teojifh in 1900 tbonjeh we have Improved outrank In the past ten years having stood Jiitjs nlxteenth In 1800 lu spite of the natural rv ourees and advantage that lruld make us a great Iron and steel State mTJare outfaulted by such States aa Mary 04ad Indian and New Jersey which cal not compare with us In such advantages i With vast deposit of the fluent clays whose value Is becoming known to the trade and wbjch we are at last especially In Ea twn Kentucky beginning ta appre elIte and to develop we stjl rank no b ter than fourteenth as a producer of clay products Our Improvement Is shown by th fact that wi ranked only tweutyseeoud In OAfter haying been all this time in Ignor ance of the tact that we had valuab de posits of lead and zinc and fluorspar we are just beginning the profitable develop ment of these deposits material that the coutmcrclal world needs and will pay a gojxl price for Vlth alt the facilities and advantages that Invite profitable manufacturing we have only within the past few years be gun to juake real progress as a niuHUfne turing State In all thC CMif tai of abundant and pccssble raw luatpriaU frhenp Afld lnexhftusble fuel ipUudld transportation fqcilltle DcurntM to great m rk ts being ylthln a short distance of tWr center of population cheap and lutelfl gent labor and favorable climate we yet- rqtik only eighteenth as a manufacturing State A Glorious Opportunity I cite these facts In dp spirit of de traction but In support of my statement that Kentucky is an undeveloped State II cite them in bo spirit of discouragement but rather to Indicate the splendid field In which we have to labor and the possible results Jbat wait only upon our wilt cite them In no spirit of disloyalty to the State we love but rather because I would see It make greater haste toward that cba Of matertI proMprlty tht Is so easily wtj jn Its teach I do not believe that I overestimate either the value of this Exposition aa a place for exploiting our State or the necessity of thus advertising it In this I am vtridct d by thy judgment of many Kentucky firms which will spend thous suds of dollars upon exhibits to advertise their own enterprise I am vindicated also by the fact that every civilized nation on earth is preparing to be represented nail that Florida teems likely to be the only one of all our own States and territories that is not alive the oppqrtuqiy Yoq KentuckyIpI must be there It is to be the largest Worlds Fair yet attempted covering nearly twice the area of the Chicago Worlds Fair and backed by nearly 20 of capital Conditions lay upon Kentucky the most urgent Injunction to make the most of the opportunity here afford Ja to put before the world her in vitation to tboe men of brain ami brswn sod capital who build up the industries of a great State It is tire purpose of the Kentucky Ex hibit Association to extend that Invitatloa In a practical wny to demonstrate by striking displays and by every possible Bicatm ot Information the commercial value t Kcutjickys reronnfs and its advantages is a lnral n for commercial and Industrial 0nterprlssafcRfjcx iiiH Fairies A Tvrllr in lint Clncn o Tribune says ity PPOJU inn ruin the north of Irclntid My yn nt cnindfniljor nl ways sttick iris knits tJ rough the bot torn of hits cg hcllH utter lie had eaten hrrnkfalrt My Knindr tthpr Slid father followed his exninpk through forte of habit and now I have tontntctiHl It If youNdout break the shells the fairies can use ilwm for boat and cati ross bodies of water thai lit the north of Ireland there are good fnlrk8 sad bai fairies The bad fairies will play tricks on you If thy can reach you You can hamper their moreio Bts bjt br tlpr their boats Iii REMIDYEVILS Present Tax LaVrls an ItiYita tionto Duplicity P N OLiBKB OIWHEAMEKDMEKT Simply Authorizes Legislature Iw Gear era Laws to Permit All Cities arid Towns to Raise Revenue for Local Purposes by Licenses Franchises etcon Personal Property The advantages to be derived from the adoption of the constitutional amendment at the election to be held Nov 3 wero explained at a recent meeting of the Louisville Credit Mens Association by Wr I yton N Clarke the Secretary of the Amendment Com mittee He said For years under our former coil stttution all cities and town had tne privilege of home rule andtho right IP tax thcmselves for municipal purposes without interference from anyone It was argyed by some however that this was a power DP town or city should have and the wise rankers of our new constitution said that it would never dothat all property should be taxed alike So the revenue laiw was changcdv Cut the result nas proved tb6 fall aol of the idea and tijo effect baa been exactly contrary to the design Under our present law the grossest Inequalities in assessments prevail and there is not a single advantage to compensate for the Innovation When every peracle Is his own as sensor it is not strange that there should be great irregularities The rich man easily escapes his fair share cf taxation as he covers up his stores of wealth while the poor man with laid all invested in a modest home has tq pay mprethan his share because all he has is fii sight and cannot be hid den from the assessor The proposed amendment will remedy allJIs tp a great extent It simply authorizes the legislature by general act to permit all cities and towns to raise revenue for local pur poses by licenses franchises etcr on personal prOperty instead of the pres cat ad valorem system Its object is obvious Under the new law our merchants manufacturers and financial jnstitutlpns will pay li ceases and avoid the necessity of fits titioua returns to the assessor All personal property subject to taxation will pay Its fair share cf taxes and by caualiiing the burden it will sit lightly on all Under the new law we can invite capital and Industry with assuranfces Si welcome and our cfkte will flour lea as a green bay tree The amendment Is a step forward and will place us in the line pf pro gressive states 0WQ have bad a dozen years of the ad valorem system of taxes and they have been lean years to the industrial development of the state Capital has shunned our shores Our mineral and timber lands He waste Our interest rate are high and our people lack the spirit of enterprise Let us have thoamanJment and we will find a different state of affairs and Kentucky with all her wealth of natural resources Vpr great rivers and network of rallwaysjwlll blosv Bom forth as the roco and wealth will flow Into our bof rc whll health and happiness will be our inheritance CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT Editorial from Cyntbiana Democrat Oct 3 1903y AnsI the General Assembly may by general laws only authorize cities or towns ot any class to provide for taxation lot municipal purposes on personal rcporty tangible and intan gible based on income licenses or franchises In lieu of an ad Talorea tax thereon provided cities of th first class shall Vot be authorized to Omit the imposition of an ad valorem tax on such property of aay steam railroad street railway terry brldgs gas water beatlar telephone teje grub electric light or electric power pompaajr I There Is the cons tutlonal ajtedd meet upon which the voters are asked to pass Judgment at the l oTember election nnd upon the adoption ot which thft welfrfro the advancement and the continued prosperity of Ken tucky are believed to depend The change Is easily understood In stead of raising revenue to pay the expenses of city and town government the salaries of tho mayor police firemen the maintenance of th streets publlo ImproVeraents etc 1 y fsps3log personal property as un dee the present laws the ogtslature way authorize cities and towns to adopt ft Ilceai9 system All property real and personal in cities and towns will continue to pay state and county taxes as usual Vo fihange whatever will bo made in this respect ao that people who live In the country may Tpte for the amendment undertbe full assurance that t will in BO way alect thatr tar bFpfl tha inrtro tho Pained Celery Compound Priinsnt1y Corel Sick td sryou Ewdch that 0ItO Mirb1i sick and co1eadaches5arel wnofifst tke wprt ilb of life Th nan or wotn n riw if fiblfct tq cdacbc Irregulu ifUervtl- fKn wowtk Ufc kzle e n od orwkwy wtchskrM iki is ciiThle to Headaches as a rule result from a die ordered condition of the henrous system Mental excitement loss of sleep bodily fatigue anti disordered digestion aw exciting causes When the brain becomes tired aad debilitated the whole nervous system k weak cited aiid headaches result If the liver U sluggish thfe kidneys inactive and digestion deranged headaches Invariably ioBew To cure and prevent headache the nervous sys tem thirst be strengthened sad vkaliacil The most persistent cases of headache acrvou feebleness arid slecplessnea arc peniMncntlr cured by Painesj CefcryCowpowidjk k tire great rcOnsnictmnt of the nrvci islw hits henry Vcstj1ck ctl5Mtc of bier ackase roln iaiKtring as follows have been troubled with dyspepsia arid sick headache for a wipber of ears Abo t every week I would have a tail apehl of rick headache but siare I began ruing laines Celery Coaspoessd any dyspepr4a in gone sad I do net have say more headaches I feel betted than I have fcye- asDIAtOND r JTt TM4 MMaf tM Kaada wltk DYES PIso4 Dy are eey sad cIsihy s for borne sooy av Eieeppiat DimtMi took an4 45 4yW a t4i fm- DUWOjrD PTM V ed1eu Mf VI T T k4ItLILWI1aI4k Pronotes DffeatforiJCkMrftif gdtCOo orerLIOT NARCOTIC 4 Aptrfecl Rerawiy f I IMncsandLooSUip I ncsandLooSUipss5gMvrr I ss5gMvrrII 111NI YORK r 1 Coy OF vw A WEIVEXACT I a 0LUTION This is not gentle word but when you think how liable yw are nov to purchase tha oily remedy universally kacwi aM a reoaedy thAt ibas had tht UrgMt sale of any mcdidae fothe worM since 1868 for the cute ant treatment of onsumptlon and Throat and Lung roubles rith i losing itsifMat popularity all rthes years you will be thank ful we called your atterilionto JJoschcea German Syrup There are so many ordinary cough remedies made by arug Jsts idothers that are cheap and good for light colds perhaps but for severe Coughs Broncnitls Croup and especially for Con sumpiioa whfee beryls djffipylt fXpectoraliDD and coafhiip during the nights t nd mornings there is nothincr like Gnrman Svi up Trie 25 cent sxe has just been introduced this year Regular S 75 cents ffaft druggists c J Hadpa 6iaes and towns cuita up and prospi the lower time taxes on the fhple pe pie will become it is certainly aching a sraall favor that voters cast ti ir ballots for thbi amendment at the November elecca There is little dtubt ofltspassage If the people do sot forset or necrct IP vote on the iuestlon There ts no pol Itics In it EeQwn Roner Mills at Met tanfleid hiasb1ls soeented to s a4 to the Kentucky Exhl for Its Agricultural display ia St Louis aext year samples froia the lireet train that reaches its plant daring the talL This mill is atto te maUe a dii- 70f Its sjeal Tke T IB BklBST If you would be veryprt1cnIargst Uttle things giving tbe cteeeet altos thou to details when baklag yes week be much more certain ef success The temperature of the oven Toe Instance is very pswntlnl Woaett eften ve Let why when they ww thC sure rc Ipe their pastry Is so Inferior te that Uraed put by other ceeks why their awa to sot always the scie goi e times bread crust jwlll be hard aad tough and itgala made 4 the MSM way it will lx softer and mere teader The temperature A the ov n baa lode ida Fr bread the e should be quite hot fee the rit tee minutes then cooled very gradually anti the last thirty miaatesMt htyH bo Each cooler than sliest Far layer cakes or ceoklett the eves skAvhT he Very hot throttgbcwt the pretest et tek lug white for loaf cake UsheuU be bh opposite i Lamp Chimera r fclMr Cold anjjn cAlwwya s MMtt ec eraek t theWl tatere4 sir to h1g skis ike lamp flrsttUghted The cMttwef should fit loosely as the Metal expiHMsi when heated awl will crack the glass if it fits too tightly Law chta aey last longer If anaeated which mj 4 done by putting thest tetei a yeesel sf cold water and keatlst I the besipoint when tire vessel she Ht W take frow the fine and the ch4 wys bCt Ja until It la cold OneNs ftMTftlix Inf the annealed chlHi efs They ss t a little more but last lsa tr FdFlrnt Girl Thew stockIngs aw a lovely coloTi Are the75st7 Second QlrlIf yow had see me yea terrify wheN l l5t4t a cow 7e5 wetd4- not Lave asked that qtwstlasUoe415 Tost Some reeL said Uncle Ekes wilt put In weks pnyJa fb rain dee tick eel dey ftnnpww to fit Mr iet kSVteiItirfrr tsr It WMT a Ss M JL young lady who eiipi f Utffety ii church and mtaslo week WM H mllif the saoviHftT sfririt Issne utear tU- atrlcals wbi k were set i ia lbC laNe eat of a discrvlBha eftHt The eaterta1nniet wsedtsid the fQrmHceWC dHgtfnj uissfJis how rotker IW itOcewiMi tahesStt- is the local eWapspee A few dejlater a fries4 ssE t tk yeai Mr i quel ti when the ee ve wttiM torpeit to the tkeatrfcato t Ws tkriatert1sast iuscesaY should think it was r s4M tae lady with a wUe Why we JN fV sloe Is that sr wOd Ik lrte d The y wiut harekad a kupe aniHeae 44Wlt uS MsetltS We iJi took 11 W at thedeer bet fafWf fmre tfa checfcJfor 100 If we wouW prom lie never to do it afaU 8t IOSSQb- ProW r r = I JNwI1lJJ lBekignts c i i 3IImiis For kii1I ThirtTurs CASTiRiiuwessaTausareap1eSi v I S WEEKLY V Corl r Jth HtNYWATrvtISIT R TeflorTweIyPiN stoci 4 YEAI EereEtfo 4 ilfb1jEaitoIifr tetPolLical ArtkjIs BsiStoris Bcr MiscIIar frBEdt Pi44SS 4 seat B4svi f 8 tPou et hiI4r Psi i tBit Coase Ei a Bet Market JV Best uiI Ly4a cwwthrEt44rLsaI1ti m1 J CAI t SNwL gsjfirtrN WHkly CMtj1ItIkOi Yi d l tdsLlDJiFrcjs JTiis 1torrent 7 AihleakiorIlais end4 tie e aieuski C1ubbinLiii The b ft Newsppss pub4t4iI tc country a rtdwcef rat Ib MEW LEADER ittbirriSW Loslavilts Pm 41k UIour Joi sJteI4ssw iL MvMI LIUJ4S1p Ita yI1Ii s wa 4aoswaayarR4iea L- iiactiatt sqsktr itIj S- itiiMa 4JO- IuFId4pseite s e Coss iLSt Jhs ss41btF hoIii 4HsrprrMged 41 El JO4 iebr 4- Hsrj r Li 4 1 eSPNJiLa PATENTS GA5NOW 1