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bee fi1 warniSeptembcr hours Dead petals ecttcred lie FrQJDili 1astate garn1owcr- sTe great Iake8 troubiljeast In the ale a grasp heaves and rebels Aa4 high oerits topmost swell A gray gull clrpJeS and wheels V7 Fro1I fat in ther icelpcked North Wherfethe HrS ha gcold berkead 1 pltiigsS wMtebeard kink l Cornea on to 1u1y hIs dead iNE CROP The tobacco B crop in ashingtph county ths5i year is aecdrdinx tojobacco ieii who have ben inyestiga jl tingicolan extra igood quality arid in lucalities a large yieldr per are is T ported inceriain j part of the bounty particularly i rji4K northern pdrlionf the to- baCco crop ai1as othercrops jW was cut short fiy jthe prolonged drpngth but the deficiency will tt be laade up by the big yteldptt 4yohits so that the total outtt et fpt1e county will likqy bett P9tfgr averaged Indic4tions t rcha better prices will pre yLthisseasQn iprj tobacco than jlasl Thalarmersi are certainly ji ntItled tdjaiore monfiy Jtor their j proiuct aiii Lit isW Ba hojcby the trust which seems id le jitrfi ithing in the t btcco wiirket wIifB fit to pay more ltMs very llively that the better quality ol the tobacco grown this season will induce better prices t tlwtwise many gowerJi1lke- ap tian ever Ttempted to carry out thfcirthflaltio stop ltivatin tha weed l unless j atsured ot better rew rdfor itheir work i r- 4tL3CTION4 t Ae1ection jihthjs county wks citfipua one Jin many respects j and teaches lesson whiph might Otiised to gui e politicall mana jgqr rJin future campaigos Intt the 1frstpla e the result was tdearly a surprise even to the winning side pind shows the un certainty Of elections in general and how unjeliable are public expressions wjhen political pref erences are t qder consideration Fci days precjeSing the eec op closelYo 11ofcraticT workers and candidates wvreleariul of the result futj on theday of days when was called fjor the batttkOf2 balLots to bejEpn all estmates promises and sentiments that 5ere so conspicuous during the precnding days were appearantly ttthrown to the winds The voter wlip may hayerbeeri chief howler at certain political speakings If and who may have talked in many curious and misleading Tyays stepped toP early and voted lijtashe hajd voted for years and just as he had intended v pgalI the times The voter twhd had not made up his mind for a very good reason held off that he might be persuaded in a- certainand effecuve way well known to election workers And fight here might just as well be Stated a aisg aceful truth for it is well known to all who can fee knd understand and that is that jthere alO ma iy yoters enough Tinost to stiy the result jjri this countythat are for sale and many of the e floaters have no scruples HI letting the fact be fltrown Aclose observer would ihaveJinp trouble in spotting these 1 tlows Foit several days be fdr6 the election they were to be ecn hauntingt the campaign Kefd iuartera of bothsideseck- lug t iake Ia dealsSv eral df The crowd organized clubs ftp q t and approschefHhe cam workers with prpMattiy n jfiiyer omi yvotfSforb i oUX 0Jp This pur Nbleoei 1by I1Q meansr c flert but many nitb aaoexf whom owr are cOdered prvIt eilt iliet 1 f8 1dtpoiu- tH4 pFjg rcen1 rrti i d gIwini withOft money to buv thdth prosper facilities to use it As far as this cpuuty fs con cerned or any otlher county where the Voters close pick put l the side that hits money to use j andan organizationi to use it and you pick thre winner f i 1 4Af the farmers asalnst hunters from own running at lar e oyer tbeir farms and shooting promiscious lfandwirh no certain im much to The danger rf the farmers livestock Only last week a wellkrown farmer neat town reported the killing ota fathog by some hunters the offense beipg fixed on a party of town negroes who were on an alleged hunting expedition Many farmers who would otherwise be inclined fldulgea real sportsman by allowing one to hunt on his farm during ihe huoting season have forbidden any hun1 ersatall to come on their places all 01 account of these pot hun ters who go into the field befor the law 5s outand are car1ss1asl to where and hoV they shoot Birds are said to be scarce this season arid the chances are that Qy the time thelawis put and the law abiding sportsrrran gets a han they will be much too scarceto afford zntibsport OFFICIAL COUNT The Offi of thevote for this county at the eleciioji jilak s 1 the figures vary a little from the Vote as pub1ishedlast week Mr W D ChiybrookelheDemocratic canddawJ 1 Eepresenia live has tIckett247 over his opponent Mr reell xg Goy B clthams majority vas 215 Jurhanfsoyer Sweeoey 218 and McChord beat Curet0n frfp Railroad Commiisioner 23JO The Constitutional Amendment Crriedin the county by 63 voes there being a very light vote on that question 1t it in this XORAspredicted the price o cornyirith county has bezun to decline and as the commodtyIprocee i the county iis byno means a failure but will turn out a full Ijtfield V ichisa big drop in U short tithe it having td as high as 60 cents and early gathering time Farmers by the way are considerably discouraged overI the condition of the cattle and hog market Prices Of cattle are lower than for years while hog prices which have d up wonderfully for twoycars past have begun to slump until there 4s little encouragement for the feeder At the relative prices of cprn and hogs there is lit lie adantage in feeding for market at all and consequently many farmers and confinms their opere ations to feeding few hops for their own use WANTED tbroughJthe lumDsof your paperv if ihere is any person who has used Greens August Flower for tIlecure of Indigestion Dyspep sia acd L ver Troubles that hs not been uredand WQ also mean their isults such as sour stomach fermentation of food habitual costiveness nervous dyspepsia headaches despon deat feehogs sleeplessnessin- fact any trouble connected with hexstomach be liver This medjclne bas been sold for manlY years in all civilized coijntne ati4 we wish to correspond wftb jou and send you one of our books fr e ofCQstIf you never tried August Fiawef try a 25 cenl bottlo first We have never known of its failing If so something moth serious is the iriaUor with you Tne 25 cent Has just been jntroducedthis Year fifiularsjfO1 j 75 cents at t1JUigiiil GOGreu- pit r MtC grll alqe EI t ti tSQC McChord xyhoivas Elec ted Railroad Commission p fOr thjs district Cot the second time wits congratulated yesterday not only on his jeleoUoji but on ac tbo Eleventhcquntott1evotein district The R PUbl C4n10reIof victory were largely le epe led niajbriti rt the Elevenltx and to Mr McChord was intrusted the work qf organizing the mountain Democrats and the rt t11t of hisl labors as shown bfjthe returns vas a large faUIng off in the Kepublican vote Mr McChord and an efficient corps of precinct captains aU through the mountain counties who hafa been worliing almost night auddaytfor the six weeks previous organizing the Eleventh district so thit the Republicans could not have a clean sweep with no one to oppose them as they have had in previous years ere responsible for the change In rnahy of vthe mountain pro cincts no Democrats are around the polls as fOv4te there1ard those few do not care to do the work This allows tthe Rep b1i cans to have perfect controVdfr the voting boothsaucl to do any thing they want to do They can make the majorities as large as they desire v This year1r McGhord dter mihed to stop sfealing in the Eleventh ohe1dgiirtized for the work and men were selected in each precinct who would agree to beat the polls as challengers and judges to watch ffor fraud la nearly every precinct these mtr were on duty and the work done by them is shown by the result and t1iereducedmajoriti in the mountain ditrictCoui eitJpprnal l Hows Msh Is WSoffer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that cau not be cured by Halls Oatarrh Cure F J CHENEY Co Toledo O We the unperst ned have known F j Cheney f r ihe last J5ycars and Be lieve him perfectly Jar oriblo in all business transactions and financially able toeTrry out an obligations made by their firm West Tntax TYnolcsale Druggists Toledo Waldlnp Kinnan Marin Wholesale Druggists T tcdoO Halls Catarrh Care is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucaos surfaces oithe system Testimonials sent tree Price 7Sc per bottle Sold by all druggist Halls Family Pills are the tjcst There is no organ of the human sys tem that is the result of more illness that lays the cause for more fatal dis cases than the kidneys When they arc inactive the whole system becomes im pregnated with poisonous blood which undermines th very foundation of hearth GA YUBA should be used when the alighest disorder appears Its use will not onlgsave time expense and worry but great uffer ing Sold by Wood CampbelL Desirable Farm ropSaI Javing moved to town and de cided to quit farming I am offer inrfor sale my farm consisting oJfifty five and three fourths 52 J acres with good improve ments on good turnpike near pot officeJmill school and church For particulars and price call on or write to J O Woford ChaiiinICypIW F Grjigsby AttQrney Springfield Ky Mr JsJWatt Nunan Dead Mr J Mat Nunan died at his home in Bardstown last night after a long Illness of paralyses aged about 70 yers Mr Nunan wcjs an exFederal sol pier and was formerly engaged in the revenue service He removed from Washington county to this place several years ago De ceased was tidely known and hatf many friands who willra griefc to Jodrn of his death He is survived by his wife and nine children and a brother and ister Who funeral wilt take place at St Josephs church tomorrow morning iinterment following in thje Catholic cemeteryi Bards tjfarn Standard AIbet a free sample of Chamberlains HaYIdqnsdrugtakaaud more pleasant in effect tnan pills Then their use is not followed by Constipation asiioften the case wjth ills Regular size 25c per box For a Bad ColdI If you hare a bad cold aii iau needI a good reliable tUOclJcJneJl1 ambcr laios Coigh Hejaedy jQOseirandT llve it and toallythe Irrltatichj and InflamationQf the throat and Jung Fer Ie t 1 0J1 UJf stor f THE EFFECT IK AstiiKuTof1 I The Resiit of the EIcctiOH as Viewed at National Capital Washington Correspondent The eleclionslstt Tuesddy Larfe studied by politicians here pm cipally inS the light of tHeir effect upon the greater campaign next fall It is generally ad mitted lhat the signal victory of the Republic ms in Ohio has ruined the political prospects of Torn Johnson and entirely elimi natlfthjrjvfor consideration for the 1democratic nomination next I year On the dther hand repub hcan opponents of President Roosevelt are quietly discussing the chances of Senator Hanna whose personal victory as well as the fact that he is now in better health matte him an available candidate for therepibii cans J The democratic victory In Maryland is of importanccsiiiP- regardto its effect upon Senator Gorman and the issue of the presidential campaign Gouman has now the prestige 0 defeat ing the republicans in his state in ationtest in which President Roosevelts attitude the negro question was the main issue Representative Willian Randolph Harst is another proininentcan didate for the democratic nomi natiop and he too aided his chances by The partbe took ir the elections Of all the NJPW Yoik papers his were the only cnes which made a strong fight for Tammany and all the stic cessful candidateshav furnished him v ith autograph letters ex pressing their apprecialipn of his imm nsc help in the campaign Jiieh give Tammany inch a jot ity that the democrats have great hopes of canning New York state at the next election Many of thorn believe that Heart is the only man to do it Hearst counts on the power of his great papQrsMrt Nevv York Chicago andSanr Frandisco as well as on his influence with tbc labor leaders Gorman seems to count mostly on raceprejudice Owing to the republican victory in Massachusetts Olney s chances for the nomination are veiy slight As far as the elections show Hanna Gormanl apd Hearst will be the personal powers in campaign nxtfalL Ueppcd Aintt aa llottoe A child of Mrs GT Eensoi when getting his usual Saturday night bath stepped back agaiust a hotstove which burned him severely The child was in great agony and his mother could do nothing to pacify him Remember iing that she had a bottle of Chamber lains Pain Balm in the house she thought she would try In less than half an hour after applying Itthe child was quiet and asleep and in less than two weeks was vcUrs Benson ii a well known resident of Kellar Va Pain Balm is an antiseptic liniment and especially valuable for cuts bunrs bruises and sprains For sale by Haj dons drug store Died at PaducahtJ Mrs John Giundy McElroy age 89 years diedat her home in Paducali at 1 oclpcl Sunday morning Nov 1 1903 He remains were brought to thiscity and buried iu Ryder cemetery Services atH oclock Monday afternoon by Rev SA Moffett at toe Methodist churcbor whichsie asa member Mrs McElroy was a daughter bll bam u el Grundy deceased and was born ah Washington eouny in 18 U AttheearJyaKcof151 she was married to Mr Harry McElroy of this county who 4yrsGive nature three helps and nearly of con everrcase Fresh air most important of alL Cherry PectoralNourishing fddd comes next Then a medicine to control the cough and heal the lungs Ask my good doctor HI first useS Ayes Cherry Peeth jtl yeats i Jonltd1hiALDUr U lLT 1arf Ua Ie 5OdliO l QR AItdrflt1tafor JMsii C umptj andfl dally action of the pow nature with Avars PHI died several years agO She re sided m this county until a short time ago whoa she went to Pa ducah t6 reside ith her daflgh ef Mrs E11Guthrie ShS had famUpf r nbC child qrf0 1r of whom slirjivQ her S follows iVessrs SrmGTorn and fien S McpElrov of fhTsrountyi and MrsvGuthrie of d Leban Falconv t btt FREE IF IT fm 7 tUse Mlona at Wood CanTpbells RiskBuilds yp Iesh and Makes Pc plc Well o1Ipiiarnbe1lwantsevery reader of the EWSLEADBR who has been lostngfl sh or who has always bten too thin to test MlOrha the flesh fbrmine food foria montji at their risk Those who try this treatment do not risk a penby lnrnakititlialWQod r ampbellwilln1Viy it fe1 alar SOc box and sign a guarantee to Vefund the money if the preparation docs not increase flesh giye freedom from stomach troubles and restore health an streaglh If Mirona succeeds you have gained flesh and health at a trifling cost Ii it fails Wood Campbell wffll return youf money and pay for the treatment themselves v The great and unusual success of Mlona is on account of its acting in an entirely differett way from all other known medicineS It tnlagles with the food you eat aiUs its assimi lation tones up and strengthens the digestive organs and puts the whole system into proper physicaXcondiHoh It cures indigestion in any fcrm nod restores health aud action to the whole dlgestfve tract It will cure rte rly eyery case of pjjor health JastTtake one Midrna tablet after each meal says Wood Campbell cand in a few days you will find dif gcstion improved health returned and soli flesh added5 This simple treatmept tills but with natural flesh all the outlines of the face and body so that they become beautiful and symmetrical Co to Wood Campbell and get a months Miona at their risk Never mind the coupnyonliave the cauie that produces be cough should be treated When that is embed the cough Willdieappear TMsIswhatDR ClyASSEiS COUGRSYftUwjlldo rcmo4tlmcausc Sola by Wood Campbell Appointed Collector Mr George Nell of JVdair county who has been Deputy Collectoiat tills place since the decapitation of Sapp arid tlieap pqintnientof Craft resigned and Mr J II Judd of the same county has been made tiiSSua cesorkMr Judd was for a ueripd of about one year stamp ueputy under MrSappbvingb- een wade a store keeper and gaugolv later wKicK poitioil Be held Creditably to himself and to- theservicc until his present ap pointrnentL banon Enterprise CASTORIAI or Infants and Children fffi Kind You HaY Always BMgM1 Bears the- aS1gnai4re of ctfTTll flSt Rmncd1or Croup From the Atchison Katii Daily Globe This is the season when the woman who knows the host remedies tot croup is indemand in every neighbor l1od One of the mostterrible things In the world is to be awakened in the middle of the nightha who p froin ona of the children The crdqpreme dies are almost as Bare to be lost in case of croupas a revolver sure to be lost in case 01 burglars There used to be an oldfasluoried remedy for croup known as hive syrflp and tolu out some modem mothers Bay that OharaberlainsCoaghReiiiedy is better anddoos ilot cost so much It causes the patiento throw up the phlegm quicker iaud gives relief in a shorter time Give this remedy aa soonas the croupycongh appears and it will prevent tile attack It never fails and pleasant an4 safe to take For sale by H Ydonsdrugstor9 l Their Nninbcr i You mtS come rim ice qsj my dear sam n lady fo a little girl ot her acquaintance Do you linowithe num herLOh yes responded tjic innocent chlhl Papa says youlwnys live at sixes and scvens 1 3SafllcI jnt fleazfls Boraiii caIltII3lflgiflOWlIY shet IlIrout fl tmlcnUCrtlor 1 tevt Wliy dMut you just tell i me slit knew you were comlpgl Phll adolphla tcdgcr vr Near till Lantlof ihe JMIilMlKVt Sql- FouhiittW1iatIy2LU tlClWQ shots In quick puccesfuir Wiiy those i rcthieUnrIsc and lunset JtJ1slrJt Co niets are mdl of taiibftUc MO J 000000 tlme JIglttet than It ottr air Q rc 1 t 5 i i BELL FOUNDING lti 11 AmelcHt Art Ita rlliIronIsef Ia AtIt7 ftbeJl nudr g Is updoubt edlylb great antlquty Tle Saxons atOitlinowii to barb used bells n tbelC churches althoUgh probably put Btnolll oncS for the Venerable B de writ at the end of the seventh Jcentury air hides to them In ternla which stem td VhpTf that Ih6y were not unlJamUIar Jthings Tiie towers of the gaxon pe rlqd have belfries of considerable 3t mensibns in most discs and ai Crow ianfi abbey In south Lincolnshire tthere vas a famous peal of sevpbells many years before the Normpn conquest v i The monks at that time and for long after were the chief practitioners of the art of bell founding Ttfelr b llg were rarely without inscrlptipn5jiflfte In Latin containing perhaps some ob scn revoke the point of whfch s quite Ipst Jior often they wcre pta re- iigiciusnaure t soniejlmes we fpar not tmmised with a dish of superstltioB iiB Vrhen the bell ddeclaresr that ItS sound drives away the 1emonffi the air who caused pestilence aqd yarnlae- llghtQlngfand thnnderstorms AS a rule unfortunately they pst no dates on their bells a detect which has been in some measurg over come by the researches of many en thustastid campanologists but which lIs likely to keep the early histdry tf belle shrouded in darkness for a long time to comc Gentlemaus MagazineV A Remarkable Statae Some years ago a melodrama was be fog performed in country eaterlh chief aqtor In which had made himself from hlshaughty and overbearlpfc0i duct disliked by nIl In the last scene ho was supposed tnvlslt the tombs of his ancestors Iii the center of the stage upon a marble pedestal stood the statue of his father A heavy fold of drapery covered the figure Enter Albert who thus addressed the statue am here once again to jpaze upon those features jvhlch Jn life fca often looked on me with tcndorejst aiffitction Father thy mourning son now comes meiremovetheshields the beloved Image of a once dear parentl Off went the drapery adbiioid the father stood Upon his lead The effect cannot be described ItwRseiec tric The shouts of Daughter which iol lowed the mistake of the sober ef fectually put an end to too scene which cbanged to the next as qu1ck1yas tio sible amid the j tN of the audience the anger of the manager andjtbe un controllable rage of the actor London TitBits I II Feared a cparatleB Her father bad read her the barable- of the sheep and the goats at the flay copftientbutcame from her room Her mother wet as consoler Why are you crying dear About the goats Oh Im s6 afraid Im a goat y Why no dearieJ 3ToJt are a sweet little Jamb and if yoWabouId die tonight you would go stralitt to heaven With this and like assurance sheyas finally pacified j f The next night the same pcrforma c was repeated and again horfiMtthjSg inquired the reason t 1C1pshe goats Im afrdidAbsttWg- oatS Didnt I tell you tierUiat yo werea little lamb Qhr she sobbed Tm not crying nboutmyself but Im Jfraid you maybe a goatl Brooklyn Life Odd Hair Style a Some of the New Hebrides people io their hair lit in n bunch on the top to- th hetd and stainI it yellow white tbi inhabitants of Qiubal island pass It all through a tube so as tomakea kind of plume The Marquesas chiefs favorite method is 1o shave all the bead except two patches one over eehtteml where he cultivates two Jiorns iof ktir No doubt this lis to rendet him more a thing of terror to his en zhs than of admiration to his friends HUj feittoa for shaving the rest of the bed is 4o allow more space for tattooing isIfihIS the available skin of the body enough iIf iJ4it t JThcyrc snyin your just Ike all the other members of the house re marked the newly elected Ie4siatWi dose friend Theysay you haye yowc prfce Thats a leu declared the neae bcr t I thought sb Yes I hayent got It yefe b14 1fiaTo hopesv philadephla Ckthotte ittaaoX artlahd TlTmei if tnt amd tke U yM One of the most famiui an tth of Venit was StDuntnrCkb1i 11bUof Canterbury Myftl4UaiSX the site of an ancient atpalace and here according tq IItook place the terrtflcvunca- iween I St Dunstq and itj ltoy rateVthe anvIl hammier which are alleged to have feeloi oi IIt Ihe saint are stIlt preserfo a M Kilfkl palacivGentleraasi MtHis OutIng J Were you out driving yetterttyT Yes out 0 for tile rig The a4 told me ibe wns etinged to aaotlMi ellow Exchanget IIIf1th7 Iii iiielKernT period of z1ia stfiice Jt Is the springtime of tao the Kuie pf seed sowing Yowar t511tJ FreeL Trial it I 1 JIMI l orelIS soi4 1IIyhaAst r r IJ r t r iT THE IJ d i AiI Jr llDlf15llm1 IJIStAYOFFOI1 I 1 2 J- I Li4 Foe Excelknt Ea j Lhibft Prom Ceitucky t iit I it OlillKlY V j 1Jw A 43111 AS1IIISd tM tasiir fls- tHr the WeriIf air i ItlCf F riry MJIrfim vi TI f ftht Main AMsLo Issrs s Mastfacturd ArS ttf Kentucky ya bee1asutNdf tt tpra Ube i rwlieehIhIt which w Utirillll 1t 1t t17 bcforf etery yiIar J Forestry anf Flak 04 IiI ffi at the WoVHls fiir This thanVato titf IcIbiMM 9f the cof the depxtat Mr TmrWo JL Bean ia alaKMt 1i the editor t1 slructntK It hi ci two ijt ttaili fil W 11The fact that the fvets rf i fro 1eatncky II tt S ii promiMHt plaice I11 the r uitttei the alraaao 1 IIMf CummMm bC iOtAIofJisifls I Il 5 reXr WUR QI tWr effortrl I woitbyofthe Mr Struck baa kad a L drw the acPM7l ak w1ta- bows tW W JDIIMnI la dIayliPl fJfKW I for eI iWOjTh Ie the aot nptO ate yt fosh it W c by jo1i thi JDoiIt kaIDllcaI aid tilt abs aa wltfttit pa jlW ia ticBtM teflCOa at al u eIMI ot poeWOa 1f the rar iir UMiat for UY 1 aUiat pte adopted tM 1iu taaw ta eM scota ir tfca Ieei1U edt MA k5thjnldd1aboItM laiMal y eMebeSUty ol tb graiL iiiiii 4 cifoB at ivbsren toe1 t th Le U make rttMr Wrock ta tkat all lop wMt taicut to at f =aa rltet taw Maawter akooW aob tJaaa 24 iMilM if aoaaibta to 1m me lfriataii nta rtOWtOSIt tbs lolpr In two or tHrat differ tt jfecia ia the itt aal kat eer Uat si MU be e r dd- o4otthspthbtbb1swm beIbutS aet 1g ttf taactloaa bY aIinr 4zt1yintehed nit 0 a li ita aa M tor ami tb trtao Idea of the of Kentixfky = the ioi w atMea xrf Yi7bln aud atom 7 brttad to display theM iiw U taituclr ji space la tie Farw Mav tbDt1 collecUnt tkft ea lirP aMalaab maB in aH aac iaf itMeWbovepturDSd JJJv v J N coatrbiung to the fund sl mttvd by the Ktaticky Exhibit Ai datlocv W Jaakw possible aft tjth t1CkfIWI1q ate wo da tFa1iti ta1III lap1uOC her pro lf fS j 4D iuaunipfca Several are aaf j itlena bav LdO second sob jecrtisstiths tund There are la res however who have no tM aiova the aUtft1 Intereat SjL- iha was expected of bem and the C Bxhibit Aawciattea ounce that It y fl lbtlee win come forward there will be ijo further doubt aJ the success ot forcstrTj exhibit rib jCJAOz it1ItIilltVw 1i I THE MWSIEADHT SNADVMtCETEA JaPRINGF4ELpKY Jr U =bws ai44- eesbSt kUi d political matter 1 4 M at tow rates bet cash sM sUitry of goods selri54m aade liberal tJMtiurin a l aelatl9BS of respect 3 Otuatr N Ifra ss 1250 aoo iIIl4csI RI WAT NOVEMBERS 1903 = mu1tof1he rpcia1 Con gl3sw1 elecikn held Tuesday itbleventh disttict is in i tji4h Gcfre Hi t ic P p Edwards claim Sf the victory Returns re eiiv 4ro fourteen but of the l 1fj i couptis comprising the k diiijtriet fiv Hunter a load of ft byir 1000 yet the missing coun I 1 iieHar1an Letc er Leslie i fOw ky and Perry mav in the iet oyercorne this figure Ed t wards claims that he will be tlt dby 1500 Atd still it grows With ony i itxvprecincls unreported Gay 3icltham plorality over Bel 4 kntp Stands at 27i552 The ming precincls are al1 iri B cpunty Thn figures are rot the 1f Official count in all cases Tuo- tptaf i JVPLO for Governtr has reached 420704 to be inc eased b7 ibe vote of four cour ties which have reported only ylu itfesjf and hyihe vote for mncr candidates fa Governor t Te vea Ia akIag If yo woukl be very particular aoout Mttlo things giving the closest atten tion to details when baking you Tvoulrf be ravch more certain of success TheT temperature of the oven for instance kf very essentiaL Women often w o 4ir why when they use tie same reek Jpe their pastry Is so Inferior to that turned out by other cooks why their uira Is sot Always the sane Some tim 8 bread crust will be hard and tengb and again made In the same way It will be softer mid more tender The temperature of the oven has inncV ta ilo wK this For bread the ofvc tbbnld bo quite hot for the first fire tininntcs thou cooled very pradusiyiau- the Jat thirty mlmjtes It slitaid be much cooler than at first Ior layer akw or cookies the oven should ba very hot throughout the process of bab 5ng7 while for loaf cake It should be the ejposlf LaMP CkImaey 3eak1ng Cold lap chimneys sometimes crack If th wick lIs turned up tOO higli when tise Lip Is first lighted The chimney bottU fit loosely as tIre metal expands 4 wbe heated nd will rrack the glaaa Jf It its too tightly Lanip chimney i last tougw If annealed whlch may ba iloae by putting them Intb a vessel of okl water and heating 1o the billing iiolnt when the vessel should be takes free the fire and the chimneys left In tmtil It U taM Onff eau generally bjy the rtw eall chlmncysij Ifhey cost it little sabre lint lIst longed I tea ike Utcrary Center Tbc assertion that Boston was the lit erary ceaterwithoit quotation marks rrdurlHJKtte perlcd In vrblch American literature Acquired a shelf of Its own In the library of the race la hardly open to dispute The production of books possessing something Jlk pcriuanence- i pejbaps the most characteristic mark of a center to which the term literary f la its true meaning of related to liter attire may be applied Name the Amer- ll Jean writer wosc work has stoodtlhc ttett of kulf a century and TvIUi a lew table exceptions they belong to Boa toa and It neighborhood All this Is thrice famlllnr The record of It In out beenVM A 10 Wolfe Howe In Atlantic Wlllfal WemsB After the eW gentleman had Invited tits young one to be seated the latter coached once or twice to jilear hhi threat and then bluntly suggested that ie wlftbed to marry the old gentleman t ugbtcr rue oW pentlaman didnt wish to bo dy to glc his consent but he V admitted after a fey minutes ho j thought he had no objcbtiona Tbat just the trouble protested she yiung1 man disconsolately If 7yud only sppo3fi It and order me out 6C the UetiReonce or twice and buy a Vulklog Id have some show of getting rNew York Press p l Wfciit It Jtemllr Lacked I JiIlt In the French phrases here Is aii4Ui re said the would be author fi te the book an atmosphere of cut r nVmVj Nfnarkcd theY critic It Iiii ke1 bit If you IILiput iI a Mttte sped English In spots rtrifaMMpliIa Ledger 4 has A4vauitagag- ii Fh FariaerTew oiiglitcr took a XwTockrcarsasgu yticaiiti yarmer Oil lf dunno Tlw tMMNr jwi wait iba lore there ii to JsIgP 4IIat rrirlers xpeiae iar ITtoK ta ptecc like Louie especial if wlwii 70 i art riding IB a alepIn j tr well Pnab 1 sic t atari but- there ore tiling uelow the level of ftort which ae worth the winning r 1k News From The County it- 1appsIns Amon the County People t as Reported by our Correspondents b MOORES7ILLE Mrs Eatella Hardin Is sloAlif reco7J2ring from acr attadk of ty phoidj lever She is at thQ home of heather W O Ellis at this place Mrs Elfci Pile of Simms is visiting her father Mr Tefi Smith of Mooresville Thor have been five car loads of stock shipped from Booker since our las FFI mers are cribbing their corn this week at a lafcid rate The farmers ave all Kid in their coal for the wtuter Tiera have btenlO car loads of coal shipped to Booker this season We1 the election is over we are vi ctor ious in couuty district and tate notwithstanding the Republicans had the lion John W Yerkes Mr Gocrge Golvin and pthers to help carry old Washington county which gave a larger Democratic majority thaii sh save three years ago We feel sorry for Mr Wm Keel ing but cant cry The most yasheout vitl the mall I met an old c6lord man1 who asked me who was elected 1 told him Beckham was eJecledhe dropped his head and witn his eyes full of tear 4idBo5S will I get to vote any moreV I told him yes h said a Republican told hm Mon day night that if Becknam vas eU cted the colored people would be disfranchised I told him such was not a fact If anyone doub this ask Aaron abont it Metirg closed at New Hops Bap ist church last Monday morning there were seven jaddt LIOnS by baptism Mr John Pay n 2 and wife Mr Chai Mat tingly and wife Mrs Jas Cull JV Mrs Parker Miss Eva Royalty were baptised in the Moor avi le pond Monday mom ing ay Rev Adk ns There were two joined by lisLer- Wrf Joe Set1 Its had themis fortuie to break jis kit arm one night last week as he was goig tjchirch the horse threw him tot e ground Mr LuthEr Barlow is in a serio is cond tipn at t is Vniing Dr John yates is visiting in Wihli burg this w ok lockville Sirca the electron every thin seem quet and there is but little news although we neat Bcckham bent Bellhop by boo tngb g bushels Mrs Laura limit vlio has been teaching the public school at this place has resigned on ac counli ot ill health and Mr James Istiam has taken Charge of th school until the close Mrs V ola Tuinerflns been dang rously ill of typhoid fever nnd there is but little hopes of her recovery Ihhr l samd rocovprng frpm from ai attack of fever arid thinks ha vai1l be opt in a few 4ays if no Jape Miss Ell SauDdrs of Tablow spent Sunday sfc at the Irmie of A M Tcrrell M Mrj Kile Peter anl M V Kel Hobbs spent Monday itWihli burg r eorge Cocanbugher bought of AM FerreJl a nice call for fil2 hDi Moore of near Frank rt will locate at this place for tlo pracuqe of his rrufessior On Jac Thursdgy afiernoon Mr Hundley anJ Miss Marge Edwr rds of Boyle county acconr panied by sonic rienc drove JLo the M E puronnge end were uniterl in muriiage by Key Bobt They i mined lately re tunc d to grooms home where a ec ption wasgiven them Ilitlsboro Mr and Mrs Dan Mcllvovof Maclvillespent Sunday with the formers brotneracd wife and Mrs Ben Mcllvoy andFF John Leachman and wife Z P Leachman were highly enII tert 4Dd Satuiday night Keeiies with good mu ic render ed by Henry Keeno on his new graphophone Dr Oscar Sliewmakcr abrigUt atd intelligent student t tie Sbnlhcrn Medical CollefffifLouu yule returned to his dpies Mon day after a weeks yisvt with his father Mr F M ShewjmaUcr The infant child of N I r James isutton ofFen ick was buried at firs pac Thursday Several young people oF Cor nishville were the pleasant gue ts of Miss Annie Dean and brothers Sunday 9 Master Url Reed is on tb sick Irst t Mrs Mat Inman has returned home after several days stay with her brother F M Shewmjikpr L Mrs BsrthaMiller entertctined her mny young fiends Sunday night with a delightful singing All present T port a nice Ome AVillisburS s Mrs Florence Scrogham has returned to her School after a w eks illness Misses Margaret and Nancy Cheatham entertaineditheir many friends in a most charjning manner on last ThuilsUav even i6g in honor df Miss Veleri Maycs of Kirkwjod Ky 9hte- were about 50 present and all re port a gay time Dr M W Hyatt and wife and P 0 Gibhs attended the fuperal of Dr r2C Mpffoltat Lawrence burglusb week Miss Lila Trent of Kirlfland has returned home after a WjeekF stay with relatives at this place Idr J If Moore and jMisS Ophe ia Yales of Spruigtielid at tended slhe social given at Mr C R Chatham a last Tnursdhy nigh MiosLula Merritt has returned home after a pleasant visit tr relatives In Louisville Mrs Josi Rrown of Louisville is at the bedside of h r brptbcr- Ei D Wells who is very illl FNWlCI Kent Rogfcts and mother verr in Bardstown auidayatd Sun cUy Y Miss Nannie1 Cheatham ol Wil isburg visited ler sister Mr- f N CullJast weeiv f Miss Margaret Taste of jyom t wn was at homo Saturd ejjj anfl Sjjnd y Mrs Eertlia Walslon i visT lug Mhs Mollie Tatlor Mss Ada McMillin is yl itinj her s stcr Mrs Elmer Elliott in f p sville t Mr W F Logylon and gMis HM Baxter were iti Lebjanor otie day last week I 1Mr and Mi5J p BnrUer at tetlded church at Alackvi lpSun day Jcer Smith of yolir io vr was out to see his besi g rJ Siincay Miss Nellie Rend of Plo sam Grove visited SIrs y P Iogt don Monday S P Valston was in Lebanon one day last we k on business Frank AnJerspn was hi inms to vn Sunday BIoKlcni Voinp Freedom There JiasI bion a yust niiiount of pity wasted upon the Moslem woman It luuy surprise even the voiuan sit fragist to lea ru that the jaws of Mo hatnined confer upcu women 8 grater decree of lemil protection llitin tiny code of laws sinct tha tndde Itoitt n jiw Only the more itvenf liberties and trcteetloti pnuttui to married vo tiien by thr ws ct dvorce und thecs cus5v property rights now In force In tile Uutird Status can be iiroporly cnm itretl to tliose In Titcljefi tnder tw Mosrn hnvsthe piMAsfen for eciir injr to the wlfi tlft ffrp and uncon trolled pdgspsRivn of hej projierty la miiintply stlpuhited In the mnrrhiRp I aatIt Hnce with tier husbanda rank Cen tury t aracamphRellcyci Instantly or Money Refunded Itching Bleeding Piles Stop the Itching Stops the Bleeding JIays all Inflammation It Cools It Soothes It Cures Sold only 4n25c 0c 100 Bqttles At a food Druggists For Sale by C J Haycjon t4j W filANT STRIDES Worlds Fair Work In Kin lucky Is t ProgressingI APPLES PLOED1UCOLDSTO3AGE- LousviIIe Fish Net Maker Is to Give Demonstration His Work In Fish and Game Building Fine Corn Comes Firom Washington County for the Exhibit The very best of fruit shown at tlie Stata Pair at Owensbora was ship pod to Louisville after the exhibition and placed In cold storage to be sent to St Louts next April for Kentuckys horticultural exhibit at the Worlds Hair The Kentucky Exhibit Associa tion was able to get some very fine specimens cf apples and pears in this way Sflveral of the county fairs dur ing the fall were also used as a vehicle for gathering excellent fruit Mr If A Hugging president of the South Kentucky Fair Association which held Its fortysixth annual exhibition at Glasgow In September made arrange meats during the show there for a large number pf apples from Barren county Hon R K Renaker of Berry in Harrison county a member of the Live Stock Exhibit Committee of the Kentucky Exhibit Association Is talc lug deep Interest In the live stock ex hibit at the Worlds Fair next year This is especially true as to jacks and mules He has asked that stalls b reseryed for the stock of both T B Adams of Brighton and James M Terry of Cynthiana These two gentlemen will send thirtyfive Jacks end jennets to St Louis it fie exhibited during the exposition Mr Renaker writes that other stock rom his end of the state will also be entered In the competition John J Tully of Lduisvllle lam bus for his handmade fish nets has been Invited by Mr Tarleton H Bean chief of the department of Fish and Game at the Worlds Fair to make a special dsplay of the product of his factory In Louisville Chef Bran wants Mr Tully to make an exiiibit wherein much life will be displayed that Is he wants Urn to make fish nets in the spate to be assigned him1 Mr Tully is considering the matter and will probably go to SL Louis and rfc main on the grounds throughout the exposition A larfcc part of Kentuckys horti cultural space at the Louisiana Pur chase Exposition will be filled with fruit in glass that Is the sinallsr fruits such as plums cherries and berries together with peaches Ttc Horticultural Committee of the Aso ciation has furnished glass jars to al who would promise to put up fruit ac cording to formulae offered Among those who have been most successful in preserving snoelmens in solution for this dlzpluy Is Mr G W Stroud of Berry Ferry In Livingston county Pc ltap3AJio finer corn fcom Ken ucky will he displayed la the agri cultural exhibit at the Worlds Far text year than that shown by Mr Robert J Greer tf Bloomfield He has sattiar for the Kentucky Exhibit AB jocatloa several of his best sped Menu of yellow corn kncftvn as the Dusan together with a number of vhlta ears known as the Grcr rarleiy Five of these eas asgrogate ilae pounds one alone weighing two Bounds Thr e of them are over 12 nches In length Editor Ct A Brasher of the Hop insvllle Meesanger has brought to ho attention of the Kentucky Exhlb t Association a lot of very valuable relics In the possession of Mr W S 3oni of Fruit Hill In Chrlatiap count iy The collection Includes apar of 3ldbuckskn breeches boaUe p a pair of rubber boots worn a hundrfed years ago a commission of an officer in the AtolutlQnafy War and a flintlock Jfle While Mr W HGiltaer of Eml nonce is only a member of the LiVQ Stork Committee of the Kentucky Ex hibit Koclatlon ho has taken dop lntorostin other departments la whlri Kentucky will make displays at the Worlds Fair This Is especially tree of agrJcultrro Ho ouftlvatod a haf acre qc1i of corn vheat and rye e acaliy for this exhibit anti will sjsrt n the xamptcs in thfilr various stages The Bapne county exhibit In Ke cucks space at the Worlds Fair Is Id Ing looked after by J W Kennedy Ot Union P 0 He la securing samples of all kinds of grain grown in lh otnty and hr3 the assIsLince of a number of well known farmers In his tffofts f Throe cubes showing the various ways of finishing the stone one Inches another S inches end the third 10 inches have boon sent to the Kin tucky Exhibit Association from the quarry of the McWIHIams Cons tructloa company at EddyvUle for Kentaekys mineral display at the Worlds Fall nest year rThb hnrrolB cf Lbs finest gonlton apples have readt d the Kentucky Ex hibit Association In LouIsvile frpai the orchard of Wr J VV Mllor mar ML Ypruon Th es will be placed la old storage and hold there until the Worlds Fair opens April 30 next year R C Estlll the chairman of the Fajrctto Agricultural and Horticultural Committee of the Kentucky Exhibit Association wrl ten ihaj his county has collected a splendid exhibit especially of wheat and grasses W A Thornton of BradfprdsvHle Is to fuVnah a quantity of land strIp- ed blue grass scd tpgetrier wlth cr hard grass cted for Kentuckys agrl ulturalf display t the St Louis Ex sltioh hash But nfler n1 Is not good digestion the buss cf IVeauty Ay p winit else may chaiiRe the grill ItjJo the butterfly exclaimed IJnitrlcf n tnclilnx the sirloin zestful ly Detroit K ee Iress Diitra bnil Out Uptoh Sjiy Isnt that richly tlresMd onirti across the strvet your cook KiiburihXo We did Uiako our Jiomo with her for mvhilplxit she discharged ua lust wee Huffujo News UlHtory repents Itaelf Yoe x tnnot liud the age of a ouiaa in tW Blblf t t ConsmptioN Salt pork is a famous old fashioned remedy for con sumption Eat plenty of porkwas the advice tq the cpnsumptiye 56 and i oq years ago Salt pork is good if amah can stomach it The idea behind it is that fat is thq food the consumptive needs most ScottsEmulsionis the modem method of feeding fat to the consumptive Pork is top rough for sensitive stomachs Scotts Emulsion is the most refined of fatp especially prepared for easy digestion Feeding him fat rin this way which is often the only way u half the battle but Scotts Emulsion does more than that Thereis somer thing about the combination of cod liver oil 2nd hypbphos pKi es in Scotts Emulsion that puts new life into the weak parts and has a special Action on the diseased lungs A sample will be sent free upon request Tietare that title picture in itlie fyrm cf a label k en the nrapptr ol every bottle of EniuUion you bu- ySCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St NY Sec andt nfl druggists Tlnstcd iJhcrsy r A deal of energy Is wasted through the zealot youth A dealer fn feminine wearing apparel onc r told me that the stock showed tile difference lathe ages oftisc caretakers better titan anything jiBe The young Saleswoman would be Slii the week with splendid energy and finish with a lack of Interest that called for reproof white the older woman trained fo the habit of riejithess put her stock Iii condition each lily and kept It there V1mrn the tumper lItati pjot been courJd by tile asgrnvatliig rhtms of patrons he preferred the mid die aged to the yonfig employee There is a point to consider Is thone any need of allowing thj petty details uf life to fray the disp03ition and prey upon lhcnervcs2 Coiniat one take the journey of life in suyh fashion that the temper mellows the dlaffoeUion swqst sna and the nature broadens rhjjve seen a few instances that make me 12 hove tile thing ls possible for aiiflos ton Traveler Dainty PrcHincs3 Girls fake tlfts to mind The rl wiuj au air of daluty freshness Is stre to be admired S1C may not hnvc many changes of gowns she may hve fevy Imfe but ifrie las always the oh if being just s Jric rind span she Ili jejrer lack charm Cf oonise she naist tC almost piirfccMoa In details iho dj3 of her skirts fresh her stoics carefully rolishcil and iandVorelilcf iHJjfeweaf auO nil her modcst nttcmptn atfii3iy must be crisply fsi Tla nifans the fJIeti t attedtianti Uni li ini and nrwwljig Tlll take tlm ami njH one estnbilshee a rdirntttiozt for this sort 6f spotlessness It must le kcjit up Iwcatiso vfbtit would not b aoicrd nboutaearplcss ivoin u woultl seem dreadful iintldnrss She is Ufedly to take to incbbofnte cotlu 3 and slm Jili wnys of wearing her luih lurbi lows and frlzes are riot easy toTieog spiel anti spun PoUtlcKl Kconosnr Children asked tiii school com n tteeman what Is poiltkrj ceo i Omy fTclilicnl oconoiij muiw pcd the prccortbus son of the dfetrict tides Is getting meil to vote for yonnsehfjap 33 you czinrecn rng Hardened Trolly NlecUiefe Henry I UililK flveiy oll bachelor ought to be jusnl af Ipnst 300 n yenr itapliedr UncIc AVdly Myrtlo tliat wpuld Iifr eiienper tbuH iflarlugCLrI esgQ Tribune it JTIvfre will be fwrYwt ncwspspers wbtn there Is a perfict world ltaitiV more Ilenikl- She GveKaril illjir Dd the spiritualistic liipdlnm tel you nnvtliitijr thnt was trup7 jjfeM the willing bellevrr eagerllv Oil vesi rpplled the htirff bunded li dlvlduul And tInt wisV That spent my maney faflltsriv which was right Vtni jfee bud iMld to ihea r1ier toll miJ tbitCIneinlttT IfuiusStur Ue1htful lrpcctn- o 301t iilcI 11w 1iicd OIUIPi Iswriir that IflJ JI U tlrf trwli the whole truth nhifV Ob luiw lovely the fair wllin 59 Iiifcrntited Sbull renlly lho litl pd to talk nil the afternoon If tztnt TitHit Good iiinney Is fjiitbieas It leaves almost naPsocil icc we rrttlt iWfl uiun y however RtlHts by us to tle blftt haBnItlnr sri Anterlean It Wax n ScrveSfli A ycung lady who ibtjrgrs lately In church and uilsslcn worlcwts w0tiis tilt moving spirit In sonic amnreiir tit ctvicals which were sot tip la the Isitpr est of a deserving local charity 1U Iorinancehow or other no nqtlce wns hlkun of It In tile Ipeal newspapcK A few days later a friendl met the young lady In question vhen the coiftyrsailan turned to the tbeatrlciiia lrVras the entertainment auccc8 V I should think it was frcpHotl tire lady with a sinUe Vhy jve got over 100 Is that soT said the friend Thou you must have hind a large audlencev Well no she replied We ojlv took S1GO at the Conr but father gt a check for 100 If ire would israi JsS never to Co It niinSt Josei v To Cure a Cold in One D Take Laxative Bromo Quinine T uet p 12 oetks Tbii sigiMur vit Ir CattIyltT cnpyyfityrvsatiUheUcVi gardens fii ailswer to a questIon asked by a visitor Well Mt first thought It may sound straws but they are hap veryfverybnpp3qt wests to bo the general opinion tbnt when therllUerij of an animal uascdto tree lifgih tne wild woods is taken sway theY nuhunl will nine nway ud dl Thats a pretty bit of sent incut but apparently its al wrong You would iHittirally tWatathat a wild ttnhnhl In captivity woakl become data goro3 but siAin is not the case Take the monkeys for instance They lok ory unhappy dont tliey VhyYtho3e little Imps play fron morn lug till night and tlioyre as cheerful as larks excepting yen they are Ill Go fn the bird house and listdn to the song the chirps iyid trills tllcn look nronnJ for an unhappy bird Watch andIover each other like Hte children on a nursery floor Philadelphia Tress The Strain on the Eye There is IK rwfson why a tauscle or muclesof the eyjr should not be fag ged out just tlte Ktnseles elsewhere do Let one eara wejgbt nil tiny long does he not attribute Iris consequent I hasIthinking we could conceive qf the re sulls feHowirtfs upon prolonged use of the eye Nature has done an she could t protect anti prolong the usefulness j or the eye No eartlily architect ever ycf plniyied a structure that would not yield ciiumbje and fall ami the haoa1a human soVc sq jlsitriy uplifted in curl oils aii1 itiye Iou vps falls and returns to duet iBrc ramdly rind surely than need be f r the reason that we do Ujct realize lidv much one part Is sits tained or oveit irown by qnothcr One tiny muscle is potent enough to disturb the whole ecOnomy especially If inter current dliwases exist fn addition to eye strain f The IJrns HaMt Men of talwrft and brilliance whose mental produgtphnvephased audas tonisilrl thewohlatd women aouthJ whose foMintfIcn and chjrrat has re I voivcd manyndi tlijfaifohed social cir ale hnve fallen inik victims to this insidious aiuVdesr dsji habit The ifalse jtleathttt better mid more origiiml work can bedqm by meansvof such an unnatural sfttmilus Jus been tIle rulu oT many nbttiJiclmntetcrs Whether It be cocaine morphia antipyrihc phe naeetln the shninthful ifst grows al most dally TthOCjjcl remains that the highfct mental andi 6ral principles of the drug hhlrftae are slowly under mlpd anti ijrnssbtr dcwn to the dust The reaponsfllUes of the medical practitioner lInpreiliaing these potent rgjMedlo arc Itiwefyirc very consider able wMtey those of the diKpenihjis chemist haMly legs London Medi cal LreiK V On tlie Xlenu Y5mt have you Iii tjie larder ask ed tbeiamilbHl kihfr of his chief ojt so JKtteli today your elevated nessw exiHaliwd the crjef Noyilns1 excfipta pufnterand an ncr 0brweiliix tlieniiip losne Hyay Tbe eiwf +wCd several tifles and abed hIs hnfttl tuther What Hrjeyeu Citing for asked 11w eaMidbalirng Voitkt yor aeronahy altitudinous exeefleaey det4u to sugstnome rnetli- Cd Or lwepain tint tro Iwtonasniie new dlslL foi lintance that tVOUld be pl nsaiu to yr royal pahitsy Dont go t any bother Just put thf priflttrhii the pi cud the actor Mn tbsciii 4 VfAIMrqslgnedJbdge I An tnijCdste of 1ie Wade In tiie iMy Jnier 5f 1S01 binff Ben erqditttIIl vrlUjsnyfife When Justice Ity was Hi used tt6 yray daily and wirJioaUy that his ltt mlglit be pro j r rvod untH the iitaupuijutlon cf Pres Iflptit ii5i tru ito vold appoint a rtet ubUcnu cUle jttstc but viicn slur how iapipplcte his recovery wits slut hovljlis life wits prolonged I be gnat to feitrtlwt mad overdone the Utt liit ij L 13 Chtttendtfu3 Iersjn Ceilucesbc tLia vplertnictngic Tu IX 4iqftt UIg JoU3t aid the cheor nfl idfpt TrWKj trying To look serious I yWHl saKl tile victim warily Wheciilkig West Virginia may bo some aiil ItaliainK Mi iigan may be ratjjfr a JliiiaijricnK undertaking but lushlrtgj hfj Ialna lsnt siich a tiny Little simuttary sJtint iialtlmoreAmcr lean lrj tifnrtcctntealonpyJiq A lrlr v t1ti your baiifiuct so orlS iItirkl Iik1ifluzs vrel as It might yptl hnot Tlr0 leavtmislftri exiled on li genthnsitu1iqlil let liii- nlesm nrlftvand W xatwr ttett tioast Onr Ab stnt Vork tzirgT r3lt clJii ri7 tLtiiH OPK ilcr rtrr cd she fwklGL I TiiIu1 out anal s e sued tjfci far biv v protuiac FWirirt dt Vj Iv kTrriiytv V oirrvind and filfe got it1 f rjv jrFvfr ei1at ttApan off Tor- cr vssat kl 1 ti Vil bhk Itltf so erp3t ilrivliig a Uargiiin Cfcrfort L4 TO m r tn ewca llc ili tailcrw4t should bt- witied inwarri ttrrrod yellow ink alat Dr rdi h3tlnatt t1i i tjabonrsl r ttat UoiM bi paasv flirogii it ttinm taCt wrf n l ylfcxijj so tsrci li PiL5 it bitv aId lttttII Ita iJi tic Dizzy Headache Pain back of your eyes Its your iver Use Ayers Pills Gently laxative all vegetable Sold for 60 years gffiftSgg Want yoqcniIlOUStaClIe or beird- Ia beautift9btOWfl or rlchtilack Us tBUCNGHAWS DYE p Remember that the SPRINGFIELD LUMBER W- Haudle everything in the way of r BUILEUNO MATERIA- Rotih juid Diesse- danquaiitities Lumber T IJf have bui1diug to io t prices We 4an give OU tThMtes On buildingscompletevor can iuribh yJl the material at Ibwesf prices Yards andI office near depot Telephone SPRI4GFIELD kY 9r Thoabqr offtWatcb The little balance wheeil of a watck vibrates five tibJs per second Imag swingingshould roll on continuously over a given surface Its circumference In a gentle mans watch of ordinary size Is twp1 and a quarter Inches and It makes a sweep In each direction of about three fourths of Its circumference In other words It would ftaAcrse In oue second a distance measuring about eight and a hlftsdh ACorciiug to AS corn pntalion the balauce vheel oJaAvatch would travel Ib a yeair over d tauctf of yC77 fmiles la roiitid numGejs and it would take the Httfe wheenust six years eight months to lrcTjmTolviB tie globe by way of the ehuator v Prcni4ug nWlIiboeThe divining rod is a feature Jn all early mythology especially so among the Hindoos As the Forked branch or a tree it Indicated In various pahs of Ettroiie asla and Af flea where Jrcas tires wcreliidUen op tvjhere water might be readily found Ijrom the forketl brenda of a tree It vtas buta step the forkjnl clavicle of ablrd aitd thai boue was soon In vested with the power of securiug the grajtifieatlon ojr the wishes of those who h hreaklngjlt re muted the forked pact for It waattte fork that was possessed W iystlc POWdi L Two of ajCInA Sir said the shIpping clxk4ff should like to attend my motnerlu lairs funeral tomorrOw You have my Sympathy roung nina replied the manager with a sigh lung drawn cut 1 have been wanting to do likewise for thlftcen ycins1Au gcata Chronicle For All it Wvc Say began lie dettrminej eking man I want a good evolvcr1 Tes slrsald thoj salesman a six s1onter2 Why erryotiU better make It a pipe sbooterf I rant to use it qn a cat tnt door Philadelphia Prose The Send stars prdbably anti umhcn the Uviijfr stars by mRny It La- yculjitns tot bOttO j Canine Intqllfecnee y A striking lustanca of cjiulno Intel- llnI is reportcl ton Paris A male sthoItenehio ngwed1III as was way Inid one on alng neail Cl futoiif bridge hy t1o twighs who set upon him and affer ruling his pockets flung hm Into the Seine A Collie j og that happened to be laser vJthout beIng encouraged to do so by any peijsou Indeed there were none vho saw she circuinstance at once plunged lulp the wuttr nnd cateblujc tb man Ijy the tbati aided hhn to kip afloat ijutjl the iiyer pp llee Attnicte b lili cries arrlvjed to his assistance M JDlllaz was subse quently able to fnrnlMi the police with a description wlllch led tothe arrest of lila assailants t stIiresy ITCrSo lIce engHgxiiieut Js broken offi She Yes He tp Jer he thought she should stop rciding novels nnS rend spmethln mere dubstantlal binetljlng that would Improve her He Well y She Well tIle Idea cfa mi n Iqtlmat to 1iit Oancee tluit flhe ecjrild be Im jrovwl p flay wayhi PJiIWdelphla Press Liqr Lost OiijiortBHl leu Mrs Xooywed Aiid if T had really vhwwn yw down then wouM yojfhavc iiven nieUj Xooly we l4I should My not I wouW lave kept light on jrjl e to win yet yen Ifv uu had thrown tiiepver half c lozcn times Jlrs Xooiwcd Mywhat a lot ef run ml rI Baltimore American Our air mattresses said the dealer are all fillJl hi the motithMf April Muynad June That accounts for their reittjiulsubly msillcnt qualities Ia that cir of those juonths better iuut dItrrtf rIzry arj the tiriug months yea 1tiiowLlt vaatnni Asze tt was nfter hpvlusbantfs failure She acts asIf she csp6cted to rje trleve the r jrortuhef was the com rnent flare they any asaettleft Oh yes wasthe reply Jv Whatrr TjA daughter who Is pretty eijdMp to bo quotcjl high In the mat iawalal market Cliicagb Post Extremely SmalJ Tom You palledou MissM1IIMJ nighit1dldift you DiZsTom Sneht the evning1s4liI sniiflj talk chi DJckWcll her talk wasea1 Email She said yNo Press Sadeidat Professor dIscus lHg oriaaie MM ta organic klngdpias Now if I i4 shut my eyesoad drof way JMwd sorand remain pefferttjr MDi 7 jFouW ay TKas Vi xl Bof nwfe 1 leap jthen FhaC do you n net Yoke From HieJRetr A elodboppcr k A DeWIttIIoWhcbHstulksfleWitts Ht ls Ski ortelnM asd y tsifls i DeWIttslstbs OeIIIfISc Hlthat WitchHaielAHoOMTS I kipcaforIi 5aPiitnsdintP1s Jdus umL scram Comiiiioni B Crt cIsicEjTIirsmDissuss SALVE aiiat LCWJtt4Cvcb WIT BUBBL SIN TO4ItL Some fla ibiMr e1H SetfSMt 1446 xpresse at ae4A vubllshar ojc gace thefohIqwIr Warned tile fail est work in 414 cr t lion The edition large aud ao NMB v should be without a copyJ v This Is fairly seconded bya JMrtk VhoV giving iliis distant iettsaid Delectable dear sw aweetttiwt honey would bltt flaJl r rese ibfajiSl treacle stand appalledi Firther iii regarri to the faIr aer have Womanshie txea qe jnricicj site speaks foe herself WoMBth bltteilhalf of man 1 Iii regard to matriKipB ste bach elor once gave Marriage tli P4 thrdugh which the happy IrIesisis enchanted ground aad TetimMiVt eartu t V P At the marriage of a eMf aM iii lr couple some wit wiabM tfjefr iftv speakable bliss At a supper gives to a wri4r s edicts a wag said ihewriter vty good Bcalth fay U lire tab at1c as his jokes Prpm a law crlllc Tile beach aad tfct bar If It were not for the Wi tewould be little u e fwr tUet A celebrated talesflM wW iHa wltli n flu hesoa bet eigWktk Wrtii day lu proposing lies beftftlr fiii 1fayou lise y Lady aeea til you begIn to groir iNtr I thank you sir ifce Mi4 M may yoi long coatlnaf 7 antIqi ltIea1Lond0 tlt Drlaklsg aad The prevAtent Ideai that kfcm antI smokIng qre couifciai vfew aI together wrong saki a physici who has made a special stitdy of dtpmwi niai find OB the coratnwT tiMtllM habitual drunktird kMvi W addicted to the use of tbbwx heyaLto the wend as a kJaaAr MlMiiMi when not strongly under tWfliii Mic of alcohol but wh tf the drink t drinly Intrehj he kksyste be er nbtblug for teatce for tkea It baa ilaf Its force ami InSuewf om hlir narvcs pf eorae I inozuu extrtm cases I rL On the Qtl er hmiid It k a iwttrttf curious fact that IB tfce sne W the ujcderiite drinker iwJwi HMi aSoliea tbs cutting oft of Lug wpply of tobaceo w increcstj his appetite for k ie t l T I Bruges anti willie atflrjit tM fcyir will not affect him erly so BMKii al when heJs wflolcimr IN the fcd It IrWl do himup CeswwitteirtlXf tt fii M tf assume that Ue mvi who atwas M d liquor and tobacco lit madenti K irM IfJie gives up e4i ece tIestrongly to llquoi In tae4 iMiiias unaptioM It bee a 30 uurocnjui oeeashLThiiRecord V Uk Ed tI No more courcoiH Jidf tcev Pr skied at a trial th n tile retterubfc lift uierjusce e the New yoetcearVt common ptea s Chjr Itst8rjcls still ted niuoof ear1iw1eet lawyers how a one ocoiW jpMtur attorney white trying a la Hgnl lit cotilerasbIe vituperatl9I iwnenfs jritiM ae dafMj bw Is na o answer ike eetrtjTfjr MjBJjf when requested to Medtfjr hijVi xuagci KuowhijT ttJdge Ailr what of V Mkkter fr the th judIciary lawjeiy aipd tib kaat te otes4- ney In iiasaieaet fetThere wai a fc f iMerral 01 0 Finally th M MM aver- asid tb saW with IropiMl saul Aly yeeeg Irieii bt Mf yea rn old as I am a fl1 bvead iM L4igabutU weU to r ttd U iaset8erce 1USNasalI CTAI1R7JI t 4 W1t7IOid iii1sickiy CzaimisaitsothIoItrUasr tprwuti 4and ee foasoi t Is sot drytag ds s dac ulg Lsrp Siss 0 ort at itt Trtot Size locate 9tcai gQTg3ji ws ie 8I2es ce T i DRJLBURTONJ R1DENT DETIT TEETh EXTRACTED VTHOU PAIN ovw1IiaPm o p iN- SPRINGftrJ XY Dental Work Strictly Fitatclt jj H LAMPTON- OPFICZ H i 13KIHGIIKLDKY Rieharts for er offlues Aopltt Deposit J Bwfc Offiobors 12to2pm WFGR1GSBY J ArtOINEYAT LAW 0ta eTer Peoples JSantr pPRTNGflETD Ky t t1E tESTATE taa1eby MUrtM Agents 4 Jrfv for sale tbeWe iyiW our charge iojfewi Wtt fceicrlbed property mostly tilL TTiattJiftcm county a complete Cllftioajf amy ot this property b WIH M iar j d Qnr quest J Srt firm located on thc pike h eiffct ileV fr1 Springfield Ky dwelling new tornmtir lTe roo w elU jftacd amd watered Price 30 rper acre aE 9 acrVlfatii even miles from Sprimfileld near the pike all in bigh elIvatiOn mostly in grasSt VeYH rbved Price S3250 per acre f V acre fah 4 miles from Spring elfllte r the pike small house andp Jmall barR Jactes of creek bottom 2PrIce 30 per adre 142 acreifarin seven miles from c Springfield on the little Beech 30 i acreS of bottom land good improve jaents f every kind Price 30 per e t aCre JCO acre farm six and half miles from Springfield on the pike good I jfnrgffgfadt every kind lana fSSi tate of eultivationv2b acres t of Rood creek bottom Price S30 per Iacre Vq 140 acre farm miles from Spring a leiaf jear the pike good house andI ban firm mostly in grass Price h fib per acre 200 acre farm two miles from SpriagfieM on the pike ce1l fenced ami watered all in high state of cul tlTatipn lays well Price S35 per acre 198 acre farm 10 miles from Spring fietf 2 miles from Loretto Good house a d barn 60 acres of bottom Price OOroI130 are farm three miles froth lthe pike on tUe Springfield near isbCountyRoad farm alllays well and weii fenced and watered good house andbarn 133 fcre farm eight miles from t Spcingfieldi good four room house goo ockand tobacco barn plenty tobacco land Price 2250 oP fOct peracr half mile fromrSO acre farm one t towmostiy in grass plenty of good tobcco land four room house tock and tobacco barn 60 acre farm one half mile ro ntSjKirigfleldall in grass first class improvements of every kind gooclC orcbard 247 acre farm all lays well and under goorfence nice zen room I dVellinr louse large stock barn gooa cow bant and all other outbuald lagS price 30 per acre onehalf mile fromo acre place town Mce small house and barn mjlk lnuse and carriage Jhouse Price r acres of good unimproved land t fc mile from Springfield mostly in PricftfO peracre 1rass118 acre farm six miles from Spring field mostly in grass plenty of goodi tobacco land four room dwelling and ood stockand to1flcco barn 5 Price Pi per acre located four miles 104 acre farm froWpVingfleld with good house utacco barn and outbuildings aU good land well fenced andwaterea TriceJ30 per acre r Mice 4 TaxpayerS All taspayers of Vsning on 7eountyar b y notlfied retoI hatI taxes for tbe year 1923 i due and prompt setvlement ot 0 ijame requesteJ Also all ter so8 owing back tax s will l eI Notice that fsamq arc not set 1 will be l t 11iWashington County tfttg toJ fIf Sale wIve inUlnb rlroti 0 jaIJIIIIII Jr iae at rp onable pi c AU pcrso sl13vingrc- nOtocIIIlc ordeslrihai to pur- tzLheLadratHpll u 1 t 10 ve us a al1P inpt- pisnosialri rttn eiven to all biIs pUccdviti outS hanJs 1i1j 4 Ntikuk Tciil Ksttto Spr1 SeldKr Office rlS tf w yy i H i it oce t- oj1j4j psg oes 4 get a fe lIfChaiBbwrWtiS Stomach fad Li ver Tabl U One of two dotes wilj make you vctl They also cure bll iouinetfl sick hea l cke and coilStipC lllTOWNI w HiNHNMHN L IrheI I AILAbOutYoureIT Friends ff aAcquaintances RUf ftftn Fresh fish a ad oysters every Friday at J A Shaders Mixed cann 5l coal fourteen cents PETERSON ALLEN Postum Cefijali Victor ad Mothers Oats for sale byT AI Shaddr t jjora good smoke try t- hcit for sale tt a- lcigr starnis Drr T B Smiths Poultry andj and Stock Po del only 25catJ A Shaders i The purchase of a Petcigar at Wood Camp p11s entitles you a chance box TryYOU1I luck nii Mrs S Q MtiEilrby b s pur chased of Dr I Ek HQrd his new residence a 3d Ipt on Main street Price 2800 LoSTRed m uley cow strayed from my pa e at Polin about a week ago Information thank fully received by Y J MJ1S MATTI IST P lrn2 Ky LOST Black Polan China darfour white feet smlMound tole in right ea A little over year old LI eral reward for its return PSMaes The case ofIbe Coinmcnwealth against Leslie Shewmaker was i Called for trial utthe attorneys for commonwealth announced not readysarid t lecafe was again os poned on their motion cenear 1 STRAyEDFjPmmypl ith pigs leading in one o her recover y will be thank tully recel edtt Mi sMcL uGH IN STRAYED Tb my place on the Beech Pork on the Pleasant Run nd Beech Fork Turnpike on ast Thursday a bay yeajrling- 6rse colt abou l4ands high owner can hav i samebyproving property and paying for thif adtt JEPTHA WILSON Revivall serv CPS will begin at the Baptist chi rch on next Sunday Rev FncisW Taylor he well know evangelist wilt e bore on Sun lay isprning and will conduct th services Every jody is cordia Hy invited to at end these mee ings Mr a M Grundy who tc companIed the family afcd theI remains of Key G A Striclf land to Tusqiiloosa Ala Jast week returnee home Saturday night He says took place at tthattherunerall waslIrelative of the deceased The business Of the Rurall Free Delivery at this place showi a steady1increase and theamount of iniI matter handled by t service last month was hell than double hat of tile first month which vas seven months ago The foi r carries hatidled in O toQer 13 09 pieces of mail 40161lJpieces Mr B D lAke has moved his cigar and tob ceo factory tp the old Edelen iroperty on Main sreet opposite the Opera House Mr Luke hpushed the bust ness until it has become quite an important nlustry for Spring field Abou fifteen men are regularly employed now and nine fins bri nds of cigars anti rwisj tobaccci are turned out d i st1Itoo who dteafrotii hum taken a dose of stnchuine instead of morphine was takenup in curt yrserday and is beingtrid The efendinti4charged wi h hay ing through a member cf its hnr Mr H irman Mudd given a bottle of s trytbnine instead pf morphine to a son of the deceased whj bouq tit for his mother iOnSjtj pr QI plaintiff wi h leave to reinstate Jleyer imnp the couph you have the ae thatpoduces ibc cough should be treated llyhcn that is removed the lcowgh willd appear This IswhatDR 4SES cOUGH SYRUP willdo rcmbye the JauseI Sold by Wood Cam bell ij TOPICSIII M Announcements Ctrds are out announcing the approaching nuptials of Miss Anna B Leahy of Louisville to Mr Walter E Leachman of this place The wedding will take place at St Francis church at Crescent Hill on Wednesuay the 18th inst It will be an elaborate affair Following the ceremony a reception will be given the bridal party at tbel home of the brides parents after which the bride and room will talE the train for Springfield via Lebanon where they will make their home with the grooms mother Mrs M I Leachmah Miss Leahy the bridetobe has many friends in Springfield she having visitea here several limes She is daughter of Mr John K Leahy a prominent business man of Louisville She s a young woman of many charms of person and character Mr Leachman is a Springfield man with a host of friends and is coming to the front as dne Of the towns leading merchdnts having recently become engaged in the furniture business Miss Mary Majes of this place acd Mr John jtfafc n of Penick Stution Mariofit county will be marriedi here on Wednesday November 25th in the afternoon The wedding will be a quiet home affair and will take place at the residency of the brides parents Mr and Mrs E S Mayan The pride lectis a young lady of many fine traits of character and accomplishments and has a large circle of friends who wish her all happiness possible Mr Mahonis a welltodo and enterprising young farmer of Marion county and has a home ready prepared for the reception of his bride and where they will begin housekeeping immediate after tliewedding t Taxpayers Take Notice The pejnaity will be added on g1l1taxesjdue the town of Spring field anti unpaid by December 3s 1903 Delinquents will save money by seitlirg before that LimeSC L PRICE Collector Public Sale Oriaturday November 2- 1l9O3I will sell at publib outcry at the old Turner home near Texas Ky the following de scribed property All of my farming machinery tools im plements etJ a splendid jersey qow with calf two weeks old All household and kitchen fur niture Quite a collection of fine fire armandstringeamusI FiuesurvryingIUistrumentJWllh is likely to need in tne future Sale to begin promptly ati8Q- mp Term cash No property to be moved until paid for LJil TURNERS M Campbell Auctioneer Notic- eVewillbegin receiving tur willIget If you have late turkeys hold them for the Christmas narkethighest Cash price paid for same Let them come SPRINGFIELD EfolJLTRY CO M H Jones Mgr Aches pains or muscular inflamation in any part of the bdy will yield to the jrcat ppn rating poar of DR CLASSES LINIMENT Sold by Wood Uampbell The Testing ofByeS1 r Is not a matter of guesswork nor is it a mater of trying on pairs of ready made It is a scUncei Glasses1principles which person who has anatomy of the Ee derstand no guess work in our methods of testing theEye Our Work is Guaranteed C F RUSSELL Mai n St SpringfieldI Ky FEJR8CNAL Mr and Mrs Frank Logan of Danville were here Tuesday J W S Clements of Louis ville is here this week attending court Miss May Tong of Bardstowi is visiting rehtives here this week 0 Mrs W M Dtrrrett and son Joseph are visiting relatives ir Nelson Mr Matt Wakefield of Bards town was here this week buying horses i Mrs Mary Hughes of Bloomfield is visitirg ivlajives here this week Mrs J T G Noe and children at Pineville visited felaliveshere tikis week Mrs John F Simms and Miss Mary Lse Simms yere in Leba non Tuesday Mr John Y Mayes is in Louisville this week taking a special ipiirse in embalming Mr W G Buckner Commissioner of Klaron Circuit Court was jn town Tuesday Mr W F Grigsby whohas been very low with typhoid feveAr iis improving slowly Mi Jennie C Talbott has returned home after a pteasmt visit to friends in Danville Mr and Mrs John Rowland ofBardstown are guests at the JIi Ji McCabe home Urn weir Miss Josephine Averitt of Lebanon visited her auot Mrs John W Lewis the first of the week Miss Florence Hamilton of Fccierick town is spending the week with her sister Mrs John Lilly Barber Miss Matte Lee Kimberlin of Jensonton has accepted a posi tion in the dressmaking estib lisnnent of Nrs Rodgers Mr R M Spalding Of Louisville who is book keeper fer the Continental Tobacco Co is at The Walton for the winter The many frieudsof Mr Theo C CUmpbell who has been ill with typhoid fever will be glad to learn that he is rapidly im proving Mr and Mrs Finley Scruggs have returned ttto Mt Clemens Mich where they will remain for iwhile on accoun of Mr Scruggs health Miand Mrs W HvLeachman and daughters left last week for Pewee Valley where they have rented a home and expect to spend the winter MrF Curran and Henry F Uassin U S CourtCommissioner of LouIsville were here Sunday and paid a visit to St Catherine where Mr Curran has a daughter at school raMr Andrew HertlQin of Ger7 mmy isih reCor a visit to tiic family or his brother Conrac Herpluin I He expects lospendi = ipmtidj n ii titiltifi tiljti m tilJti An Opporf unify I For any man faho can invet from pPO to I1500 toadd sevoal thousand dollars to his E iinccme in a fw monfhs withou losing any J appreciable time from his regular business f S have avmachine valuable to all farmers aid estockraisers and am selling agencies and ox E clusive territorial rights The iiiventoi with Ei 3 the helpofthree farmers made CLEAR over ES6500J in seven months 5000 from ah in ivestment of 500 isa very conservative esti mate One county was rotailtd for 12300 La Sail e Co 111 I ask yoa to take my word for nojhing but givelho best of tank and business references and stand ready to prove allstatemen made If you are in a position to invest it is an opportunity you Ea cannot afford to lose Uairon meatthe Cleave Hotel Lebanon Ky until Wednesday November 18j or write 3 3tome W W WOOD m m m t ViiW i AIiiw iliWMiW IWiI Cloak and Suit House tfI We invite you to call and see our line We carry af large stock Cloaks f and Gapes We show the correct j styles f fdtU f lowestI t6 if H1fl i r a LADIES SUITS a in the long Goat a A Style is good Ik H assorted Materials a here from 750 to J S30 a suit va riety of styles No trouble to showo 4 = Full line Misses and Childrens Clocks fe = ROBERTSON BROS E fmtt QlMyI tt m UK HE fIORD DENTISTOFIlCE u Buxuw Pflrmanently llocated SPRINGFIELD KY about two nYonths in this country and came to Springfield directli afer landing ini New York Commissioners Sale B L Litwy puffs Vs VEquIty Roy LitrrrC dfts By virtue of a judgment and order of fiaie of the Wa hingtpn circuit court rendered alt the October term thereof 1003 in che above cause I shall proceed to offer foralQ at the Court House door in Springfield Ky ON 1IOHBAY NOV 23 1903 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout being county court day to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of 6 12 and 18 months the following described property towit Two tracts of land situated on the Little Beech Fork river in Washington county Ky and tract No lisl thus bounded towit Beginning at the bridge over the mill race in middle of turnpike now cot tootNo 4 McAIakin girls heirs of Mary McMak in near Mary fj1tcy thence with middle of said pike 105 25 poles to cor to lot No3 Mattie Reed thence with said pike running with the mid dIe of same 138 poles to lot No2 W rr Litsey thence with line of lot No2 S37J E 110 poles to astneon bank of Beech Fork thence down the bank of same 20 poles to at stone cor to No4 thence wjth lIncof No4 25W 5 35 poles to a stone by said mill race cor to 4 thence downand with the middle of said race 1101 polefl to the beginning containing lOC acres Tract No 2 adjoining tract No 1 is thus bounded beginning in the middle of Beechland and XJncolns Ruq turn pike near a large black oak corner to part deeded to B L Litsey thence with middle of said pike 2 poleS to a stone cor to dower thence with line of same S 373 E 108 poles to a stope 0n bank qf Beech Fork thence up bank of same 301 poles to a stone cor to part sold to B L Lltsey thence with his line N S3t W S3 1S poles to a Iarg9 stump cor to same thence N49ljV poles to tbe beg inning OJ1t in Og 150 acres 4 For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearlcg legal interest from date ott sale until paid and having the force and effect ofa Judgment Bidders will be required to comply with these terms THOS A MEDLEY M C W c C A H JJec1iyyStor WLC JGRIGSBY jFever and iOp jirian has opened up witht a ne stock of Jewelry orisisiing of W niches jRintfs 31wins iOharras tiii verwarei Clocks anrl Op leal Goods Send your Watch Clock and Jewel rep iringico GrigJv the JeVeler nothing lbne but first class vprlr lakes a spsuialty oftesting the jes and ittuiff gi sses W C GRIGSBY 111 iotat UafastoAnKv lost Tvo blatsows ono hump b ac lred wsth long tail and under litiln ono or bfftlif ears One larS and fat witMiaavy ars and rio mirk AIiinfor hatiun think fully received and finder iberal rerarJed Write or telephone tilIW nn s t Simms Ey Get a free sample of Chamberlains tomach and Liver Tablei at Hay oiis drug tore They arc eisjer to take aik mote pleasaat in effect tnan Jills Then their use is not followed constipation as is often the case wit pi s Regular size 25 per lox n A Wemder t Preeeclty Christian Heln ker was born atLw beck on the GUi of February 1721 When only ten months old he could re peat every word spoken to him At twelve mouths of age he had memo Brized all t4u principal events in the Pentateuch Before be had finished his second year ot existence be had Iparnetl all the historical parts of both the Old anti the New Testament At the age of three be could reply correctly to nil questions put to him regard lug uiTOrsnl history and geography and In the slime year he learned to speak both Latin and French Iulils fourtliycnrbe employed his time In studying religions especially the history of tbe Chrlstlqn church He WnSoot only able to glibly repeat all that be had read but was also able to reason with considerable of judgment and to give his own opinion of things in general The king of Denmark wished to see tfhls wonderful child so he was taken to Copenhagen After his return to Lubeck he learned to write and waS beginning on the study of music and mathematics this constitution being very weak he tookjilown and died on June 27 1725 aged tour years tour months and twentyone days What a wooderfuf record forsuch a short lIfe Bartered Locks In Abyssinia one method of doing the hair that is adopted by warriors Is to stroll into Jhe market place buy a pound of buttert and putting It upon thq top of the hair stand still while the sl arranges things When the hair Is thus dressed with melted butter the Abysslnfan Unpws that tate cnunot or will not touch him He Is a plciure of well dressed etegn c done In oils Another style Is 19 tress the hair and every tress means something A young warrior with a head of hair untresscd is of no account He las Pot yet killed a man When however he hasdone so all his hair Is shaved off except enough to make one tress which Is of the same signification as a notch on pIstol stock After that every man be kills entitles him to add another tress until as a conquering hero of 100 tresses he Is a formidable Inan to try con clusions with o Crlaollme Crinoline had Its origin Jn a vrove fabric composed ofbair and Hnen flax warp hence the name This fabric was first used for shoes then for bonnets the word being coined In 1830 As Uils article was costly and did not extend the dress to the desired bulk light steel Iioops were fitted with tape upon the bird cage principle So popu lar was the crinoline In 1802 tbattheI rolling of the steel developed a great tratte in Sheffield and one firm alone averaged an output 9f from ten to fif teen t0ns a week Several deaths oc curring by fire through the use of crinoline killed the fashion but Dr nl hnr son In his Field tDIse HsIgiVes an Instance of a lady escaping frbm the effecta of being struck byg lightning by the hoops acting as con ductors RearraBKlBV the Bacli YoU are charging me 7 a week for board and lodging Mrs Irons said the gray haired person of the name of Harris May I aak how you would Itcnilza uf Vhatpart of It is tyrO board Cive dollars noplleil the landlady And 2 for my rooD i yes Well If you dont mind Mrs Irons ho said proceiHliiiflr tp square up for another week well consider hereaft er that Im pitying i ftir lodging and 2 for Jbpard Utwill Rcemmore as if J wore getting the worth ef my money Chicago Tribune Birds That r1 Pour Egg Tho spottiiV sjindpiiier and kllldeer lcvIt rtiict most of the Oilier snipe And love Iny tour isgsrit a clutch The ggs arc nrrnnKPdin the nest or on the bare ground with their small enc to othev and as they are pyrlfonu lu shape they jour In to perfection TM jggjj prrithl snipe dud plover greUps tre roportlonately xceedlnsly larger esizeof the bird and the saving of space by this arrangement undcubt tdly answers a purpose TkeHitkitU f ga1cnplnst T es I Ivnte didnt luura I turned It wit hen tdrned It oQalaln telMtfe ready to light In the Daornlnc 5LR ALDWE- LLtYRUP PEPSIcu rADiUT1ON s yersMalaria Atfuc Cvre Ttie issaIstrongest Ms lana iitaieii T JI S S 4 New SMs liabioa Goods 1 n ITAT 1 4 IiiDumansf5v tA great vrietr of Dress ft Goods in bl ckand fancy 2 iZibeliiies Black and Colored SuffingsBlack fCloths all colors of Tricots f I Newest Ttogs in WaJstingsS I Wome Si Misses and Chil t drens Cloialisj Ladies Dress Ltf tSkirts ia newest styles at h 9tt x great assortment oif Drei t trimmings and Dress butytqiis t j Our stock of Underwarand a J ffi Furnishings are more corn p ffl plete than ever before i r 4 t SHOES I iiit We are bettereqnipP iii footwear than any previous season We sell the following celebrated makes KrippendorPDittmftn Co Ladies fine M Shoes This firm sets the styles all I S others follOw f V S 0In Mens Fin Shoes we handle3 rA ManussMfgCo and M A Peklrdff Ctos We guarantee Packards Pat zJ Kid and pat t Colt None are fetter Q J none more stylsb We are s1e agents for Rice Hutchins Water J King Shoes ever pair warranted to return water A CLOtHING J1 Vj We are showing this season tliie famous ihef tf i for Men andW 1 Perfection for Boys If you are in need of a Suit or Overcoat we can and Mwill save you money 0 t Yours VerylReipectfulIy 1 tf f CunniBghaffl i Duncaii Af 1 JOHN 5 MoELROY l 6fN RAIor Jf Life Fire rdaTorrdb qtFFICE OVER PEOPLES BANK i6J0 td r luring my absfepce from office W F Cr r George Neikirk will attend to anjj ln rrfor ms i1L1 I liNNINrrNIIIIi Lhl l iFOR CHILDREN I Wakes teething cam regulates the bowels and JtomcVstop I Ciyfag cures tunuaer contplaint I=p = lloW1 J Lnr CS ouTorr aat F4FLOYDSDYSPEIATA8LFS 1 FQr1c yC J Haydon Pharmacist JT CStSOSkOS7 T 1c1uatl elOla Tab lets All druggists rttuod th BOM nit falls to cure L W Grovsa il- fature fonach 2Sc aa I J 00t-1 JZtqI r ANCIENT H8 KUBFi MCfiJClM At VIRTUES THAT btck wHNtLy wq Vae4 I odWS JIS JR O- 4dPR FtmbJng tttermtWe prMt t ti dijri aI yGI l Waok cM ttIIIISStW1Cb rctmhiu the Ies are tkco i tth iy writers to- fartUliMi ilitttM of I b Of course fif f tte MH and Cresb water fish f a mMtkmed by the old writers are ot MMyilaed in the waters of today t tfct frrh water pfrcb carp tenth 4 ri re yt recognized dnd it is in iMWe6oa witb UKW ash that I j pI l ir ttit qu 4BU t Wkws as to their inof N Tirtes kale prewaILed iv51 OeroMiM have ft comparative 5jpir T efc which Hyt ire wholesome 4theZklnei and It is I rtal tIt fro the fitllest times ii fnnUttar ifa b beea esteemed us p i tk bet jfastrpnomtc produc tloM i1 frfU water It has alsabeeu r wefibwia iUclHfil virtues Gesuersstys t pfcy fcltas value tIne perch so A tfett they recommend it to be WW by wounded men womqn li eiaWb d ud those suffering from H touyirtm fevewl AMrovandus praises t MMl iaeoUoM that the two otoollths rpdbi fouid In the head of prch Ht marv lously good for s jjItbbIaider1Kcarp wa esteemed In qldem jiIYttbeKnckufti if certain Dauit r In her riualut Treat iyite wf Eysabynge Wyth an Angle jM Mi a IB J400 says The carpe f e tqrt fi Mii but Ihcrc ben few in JCmtWii p BiIng Meyntousl e p J dityIt Must have been a good fish Vit1 tlfat tIe toj eat It has certainly t sIt Its kractP since then i JM the art of heallBCi he tarp plays n vaapcetabtepiirt 6ae old writer speaks WHIM fat of the carp as being of ml rajctifoM iwwer for the alleviation of Ji t TheHmatism The manner of its ipplksitlon was by iTrequeut nibbing je the palBfiar part and the effect was Mki to be eminently mollifying 4iud qNMIrY Tlhd triangular bones In tlie- tkrlMt of the carp on being ground to 7 wdr sad applied to a wound or Weeding nose were said tenet hs styp H The fall was also said to have bw iwed fpr sore eyes and above the eyes says an old 2Esculapius 1re little bones exist seralclrculur vt a pet which are diligently preserved iky noble females against the liinntleal dI tse t Haven of IIlth carp ar d aVr Cflmprised in the ten sprtes of cW which are reckoned as principal lirUwe preservation of health and ad4 tkO quaint old welter thls fish Jji o great whplesomeiress and great Valve nad its tongue is very pleasant to carplag Jadlcs A kind 4f irst cousin of the carpi what te kfiowo ns the barbel Suth t aackats ma Juvenal Albertus nnd otb w of that Ilk evidence that It was krfowa and esteemed by the Roman Ifwmaet Plutirch mentIons a curious fact 10 Its natural iilstory Dr Bad haw la his Prose Halcutlcs trans iatcc tula passage as follows The roe of 4h barbel is very poisonous Auto 4te GailuS took two boluses and thus ttoactjbeiiiis sensations At first I folt M iBcenvenience but some hours has tac elapsed I began to be disagreeably afacted and as my stomach swelled and could not le brought down by aatoe and carminatives I was soomin n tntpf great depression and distress It appears that his countenance was p Ud like n wan ip a swoon Deadly csldraes ensued nut violent cholera wI yomlUug came on The barbel Barbw vulgarls of today bas survive Iseti poisonous qlinjitles Its flesh has ttiflTtiiittr of stewed white blotting pa JMT aid lts roe is as inuocuous at Iirtd pills All ike same good Julyana Berner akared tlie bad opinion of the earlier writers She Says The barbyll liji aw te fisla bu It Is quasby mete assLperykus foV mannysyjodye For eaiyaly he ynytb an introduction to yr febfia fever and1 tf ye be eten raw be may cause of maunys dctiie- wlaych hath often beene scene The tqncb which has been introduced ie parts of tills country Is nn 4ive ja taUb carp wblcb has been forl 1eg thM termed lii England the play- kia iof Ishea According to a score r 0f of authorities ancient and aMdera tl e thick slime with which It J earered exerts healltig effect on nl woWMla or di eases in which it can- Jesise IH contact on or in other fishes WLaetice thia belief originated is not kfewB Twit ot e instance of exnct ob erTatl well worthy ot credence 3ir Wright In bis book on Fishes and FicUac tellsbpw a minnow ncclden tally hoeked Ii itbe water of nn aqua ri ia which itwas swimming on- hreaklnc lose immediately descended three pasta of the way down the wa toc ud awlftly approached Its nose to t aMe of the tench which was its cawpaalo ia the aquarium It rube Md t1flc1a ter tew ttecnaff i W paid by the r5W0I4 Dispensary rseal Association Buffalo N Y if tWy caaaot show the original signature f individual volunteering the testi thalfcirand also of the writers of tartuMiiial among the thousands S55-a Acy are constantly publishing I fiontic tbeii genuineness iSititcaecdppepstwriaes K ESSecozd b Zutetn Ave Toronto Ontario1-a I uiber of rraiedies without sue J I UysuI1aLhIn them alL I was so bearSfee te Moch felt melancholy 1 loa lost months tare a friend dyottrColdeu Medical Discovery 1tsrs MtM nt I hid derived to piitcli kNSsdIbedicine I have I eaMs cocvinced has MO perainnent cure I S thonma n cted and be sroug if KatMitt warnings When appetiteSI heartStoSs d s f nutrition Dr gf1 dk lDiscovery is the ll riai totara to Mfc MdKcal Dieotiya contains WMlMl d is entirely free from MiBtJpoaiiie mod alt dicr jwrcotic- sRftriiMD sfapipeiaam w icic Lesipt abItaate frItMti Med jutUotbMdachiAdvser pes in paper everi etjrcereceipt o2r oneceia to TflIe Of mailfn oly4IddrCSS Ds L V Pierce BIIHIO Y t 51Q4 5- 4icesS- fSthoing Affected My Heart lo 1 11 tip TBitht D1 IfI1 HeaifCurc LCerf There is notblii that Ins a more deader ious effect upon the csnlpc or heart nerve than the excessive use of tobacco Pain an tenderness arourtd the heait an oppressive feeling In the chsf choking sensation in the throat discomfort from sleeping on the Je side and smothering spells at night frhen the sufferer has to Jit up in bed to breathe an ftrieSnosPcorarrion symptoms ofu weak heart TSmoIccistwhd ieel these symptoms and jvhc donot understand their meaning should be warned in time by the iollowlng exper tnce 1was greatly troubled with an affection of the heart due I think to excessive smoTunc Oa writiii to yea for advice 1 was directed to becin a course of treatment which eludef Dr Miles Heart Cure Tii Miles Ncninc and Nerve and Liver Pills togethe with bathinp etc I faithfully followed the directions given nd sin pleased to say that my cure is complete sand permanent Be fore beginning the use of your remedies I was so ferrous I could not keep ray hand still and suffered greatly from severe pains around the ieart Many times at night would be forced to assume a sitting posture to get my breath and for the time being it stoppedbeatingin my easel can cheerfully recommend Dr Miles HeartCute Restorative Nervine and other remedies tol all sufferers from heart nervous troublesYours truly ELIJAh 1LLLDothan Ala Air drucgists sell and guarantee first Hot tieDriMflesaibedics i Send for free hook oh Nenocs and Heart Diseases AddrcsJ Dr Miles Medical Ca Elkhart lad the teach and Uien agalii swam alJoti as lLveJyn bfortv tp this vtestlma ny Mr Wrigli adds We fmy frleni and Avhower watching the perfornj tincofwere both oP tUe opinion that t Is really no fable as to the tpnch bcin the 3scuaplu of fislt forUtere aPS nu exaufple be fore oir eyes of a llsj being woundeil cnd Jaiiiued lately In Btinct dlrectlnj It to sspek n rt medy Qn piciitor fal truth is Unown tonl who Ddi forlpj p OipUkerel Tbipiki esoxluciuS jvilj ruveuouRSy seize as his prey the if jnlmb t i Vjery ilsfi including liia cwn species niid nil the hait iniunows ije nlso cavjare to hlit butt lie wiii mt 6uch tie teach Brooklyn Eagl Mzire1s or Memory A postalclei k In civil service M aniinaflon did not make a single error in nroiserly sorting 4pOO tcstposln c rus ouch re resentIng o post oaifi In a certain territory assigned Thl was done at the rate of thirtytun anil onehalf isirds a mlnuta Prr nione nptewor hr thinks America Medicine Is the memory of an expert piano player a ho will play an entire seasons concerts Avithbut n note of printed rnuic before him ills 1dV1fl0 ry is so perfect that hundreds of thou sands1 of notes must be at the orderly and instant disposal of the will antI this is combine with n multiplicity of synchronoua r jcoljectlona of timbre tempo express on etc The hiysterj Is nt present past the hinting of any explanation nail this fact Is as beautl ful as it is nppr lung It shows us how far we are from any real science df psycbologjV XiCKCnil Vbout the Moon In Ceylon iys a historian It Is said that as Sr kyamuni was one dnj wandering half starved in the forest it pious hate met hint and offered Itself fo be slain aid cooked for dinner whereupon the holy Buddha set It or high in the moon that future genera lions of Inca n Igbt see It anti marvel at Its piety In the Samo in Islands these darj patches are sur posed to be portions a womans ITgj re A certain woman was once hammering something with a mallet when be mpoii arose looking so much like a jrehdfruit that the wo man asked It t come down timid uhlov ber child to cat oil a piece of It but theT moon enra cd at the Insult gob bled up woman mnllelunnd cluidan therein the iuoms belly you may still- behold thcra V M EnRlUli Strict Names Time English towns have pore ills tlrictlve rind iitercslMig names for their streets thin American towns most of which maiiy streets are slm ply numbered LomloVs Chenpsidi and Aldwjch aref rnqre than matchei bjr oddities mirytiingastranger Boot ham is a streel in york mind Botcher gate In Carlisle Norwich is assertive Of Class dlstinpHhns In ltd finnf omnn waIk andi SbrtjBburj luayistiind nl inostat the bertd ftalfi oCpeculiari ties with its treejljabcled Dogpole ashlci may or nany notbe related 1Ncwcjistles Ifeglcap Sbjrs but theta Newcastle haa rnidlng Claire aui what may thatsignify The First ClaMs niL The first glass cups were made at Alexandria Some were colored like Bdlicuiidfk glass and decorated with glass pastes uiltatlng precious stones arid cameos Some were opaline ohm rs clear as crygtai and still other formed of opaque layers welded to gether like tl e famous Portland vase In which the wbjlc upper layer hat been cut away like that of a can eo leaving n bke ground around the fig urc3T t xji sswauiv Anticipated Him 1gITian across n remarkable Jet desprlt the Jotlier dpysald time casual acqualntancf who ia ambitious to bo entertalnlng3 jTi sorr saId MrCumrox but tuj ivfte bn just iciuLiifu jruiu EUr rope with t n jwhole lotof art treasures and I shouldnt have any placeto ifng H evenfifj bought itvashlngtoi Star j v iTklnkM Well of IZimIf Isnt lishnge remarUedSIrs Bil his to hcj jiusbandithat I can never get a good bargain In sloes You did once tsiid her husband When w is that When you got ircy Cbica p nec ordHerald v T tout Pleaiiurc Mrs NooricIi Isnt It grand to ride In your own carriage Jin Noo tchYsbut Id enjoy H morejlf ould only stand on the pure meat and see mystlf Tide by I ic 1oiIeut nrvor Henry lUparaneit lirtr djnner we oathavc dnyipr ihg dane dnthieta4 Ii1itivhqrp l generahly d- oitftIi Dealer i A CnvOonii Compliment gow d t you Hkq iny new hint Js it nil paid for es rlt peVfcctly beautiful Detroit jrree Pjes4 QLK TENDER HEARTEQ1TEb A TboncU fnl JLIitlo tiny Treeii Sorrr For im Apple TOJfljj lpoklns nt an apple tree Yfliwo fruit tyirlKhlci and rad f Thus spoke n genita tad whose name wasITender hearted Ted tlIzft twouUf tire his j I think of ytju at nfglit I tfilnl of you by day And noTy Ive ccmo to help you In jny tender hearted wi y I JTExDn HEARTBP T3DS LOAD And first ill nil my pockets full and blOuseAa home and put them in the house Illke Jhelp the apple tree whose fruit Ii ripe and red Illke to shire Its heavy load said Ten Our Hearted Ted I tfcihk of youby fry 1 think of you atnlaht Im glad to do my very bast to mak your burden light Annie WilliS MoCulIough in Youth Companion The Doer iaujlieil iiTlip proprietor of n Third avenni store owns jn little black kitten that cultivates n habit of iuiittlng on Its haunches like n hour or a tfnug rqo panssIgilist A gentleman took In to the store time Other evening an enormous blrick dog half Newfoundland half collie fat good natured and intelligent rhe tifij black kitten Instead of bolt1ngat one for shelter retreated a few pncbs sal erect 04 its hJml less said put its fists In an attitude of defiance The contrast In size between the two intensely arousing Jt reminded tineti1 Jack the Slant Killer prepiiringjlo de molisbn giant Slowly and vjltlwut a sigh of fcxcita bfllty the huge dog walked as far ns his chain would allow him nail kuztl Intently at the kitten and its oddpcs jture Then as the comioiHty of Use situation struck him he turned his head and shoulders around to the spec titterS and if animal overljiugfced In thfr world that dog assuredly flirt to then and there iH neither lurked nor growled but Indulged in a lowS diiuckle while eyes niul mouth bcanutl with niorrlment New York Telegraspli For IIttlc Girls Some one lias suggeatcd a few tiling that every girl can learn before khe is twelve Sot every one can lentm it play or shag or pHit wcl edttgh to give pleasure to lice frleiMli but tlw following aceompHshiaeute Urc with In everybodys roach FShuttIme door and sliiit It Boftljti Keep your own Poom in tasteful or 1der Havc an hour for rimittf aiwl rise JCovpif lot a button stay off twenty cur hours Always know wbereyoar things arei a Never Ut a day pass without s4asg something to make somebody comfortable sji Ix anlt9 maktf breadaiv as cake N6ver go about wK your shoe un I1tiftoneL L IJnnlKliniciu of Tnntjiln Put an ordinal chair front tlowu ward on the ground Now ask some one tto kneel on the lower back bar anti to recover with bis mouth a ifk c af csyuly or small article placed on lIft back of the uppermost prt of the chair it seems very simple at flrstt twit it time person attempting time evpeihiwnt Is nobVcryajreful to cfoucb In awchn way that the eetucr of gravity falls back of the chair seat the clmlr vlll give him an unpleasant tumble jf A DIli ot IInp2 Iriea Take out large spoonful of useful ness our cup of fovc for niotlier an other cup of love for your little Urot It ers timid sisters a pountl of wishes to make others bnppy a sulhupooiifNl of wIshingMo lo Aappy yourself well tbjfetljbr aiidne If It doesnt make tbe nicest kind of an afternoon for say body t Use For Aiiolhep Socle t Johnny haUl mislabi MA knife and after searching tlirnugiixH Ills kift without Ilnding jt bo exclnln r tilt dear I wish tad another pocket Whyr So Totinnj asked his ninth f Why ifT laud snottier one It might be iu tltet replied the small pblloso purr Ciaring an Inano l tlqiit A patient entered tUix MiuJting rooa walking backward under the tki fusion that lila bead bad got a twlt roundand that his faceVvns tuniptl iWroug way Instead ofcJjugUtng at hiinias I csjiecttHl dojtf r eutertfl I into the case with the greatest gravity Mpping his jwtlents bead all over looking Into his throat amid ears saul JiHpntn Ii g with lilHi Th ptkut vfas at once won owr and piami tin rF Welt coutldence hi the doctor aneur nns that a compete cure wbjHd be ef Tect in a fans day vvhratarlly i x Srctsirtj the sreatesl enre in carrying jnt thvMatHlkal directions wLich it listed In elaborate msUna u Up e DttieIr czewItl c A day ortva uravaJ titjrjhet iiitii wituortijriHl sarris aitith can llUhltfd hluX ii wltr txltiJ th t1ra lmtItj ir rtitItl- a0 4tor Iildiz lii a irror il tiLIi turviyiti 114 c rr dfli1lt nauce iiitepJv ti1 n fv s ay34liflzLiwfa nf cmaeia latrr stole 1ii firtnlnlo LA stnj f IIahi- tAg cwta i t ot no fjoin In tt f t i PROGRESS OF FAIB Louisiana Purchaser Depsrt rienbSpPer Cent Dope H EAR AHEAD OF OHIOAOO3 BEOOBD Seventeen State Buildings Now Under Way Activity Along the Pike For plgn Buildings G chng Op Landscap ing Adds to the Beauty V- Therespo ition is rapidly assuming la JlRftfhed look Plgurau fHrfliahed by the builders of the great enterprise verify the iiaprQasIon Although the work is proportlowrtaly far ahead of any ether erpotitloji at tlila date in advanca of the ODontag there Is no ceeaation of activHy and the army of 7000 men are working with might and main Director ot Works Taylor farnisbcJ Pretldeat Francis with a statement a few days ago skewing that the exposi tion exhibit pojtaces am a whole were 88 per cent completed Statistics show that the exhibit buildings at the Co lumbian exposition at Chicago iflt a eorrfeapondlng period seven months before the opening wore hAlt 41 pzr cent completed Here Is another decid ed advantage that these figures do not EOVT namely that the building ata SQ1 is much longer in St Louis than ia Chicago No doubt prevails in Sfi Lous shout all being in readlnees for the opening on April 90 next In aakiog his raport to Francis Di rector of Works Taylor furnished tin following oaiciai figures showing the percentage of work done on the iran oils exhibit palacf- eTransportation 76 LJbsral Arts 6 Electricity 9O4 Education 99 Manufacturoc S3 Varied Innustries 99a 4 Machinery 98 UlniM nd Metal lurgy 82 Forestry Pteh anti Game Agriculture 2 Horticulture 02 Main Art 65 Temporary Aft 84 Cotonnadea and Restaurants 92 Fqs tival Hail 2 On the Plateau of Stutca these au tumn busy scenes are being onday acted Seventeen of the taes have al ready got their pavilions yell under way Vork 1H11 begIn on another dozen within a week and bids for tC constrKcUbu of many more have Leon asked for TJttssa tate bulklicgs will prove a great arcAt ctnrai attraction EjKtty theme is treated aad never in oxgesitton history have the architects shown such oristfunl triking deIgns Mr Taylors pfllcial estimate of the percentage of work done on the state bull4inga fo1owa Ketuucky Wisconsin 1 Louisi ant 55 MitaoUrl Ohio 60 New York 10 KacJas W Iowa 91 Art roan 90 New Jersey fO Indiaaa S Arhaawiss 15 Connecticut 60 Kevat da ill OkIa2a West VIrgini 60 lllinola id The T R A biilldlna which Is to be headnjuartera for the oommercjal travelers during the exposition is 65 per cent ftaislled Trtie walls are be lag reared Lot the Temple of Frater nity built by the united fraternal or ders The fdantlatioawork is in pro grcsi fur the Jbaaitlr Ian ajhotel with in the oxpcaitibn grouadt Contalnln7 2vH rooma The same aeendte of activity ire be leg maolfeckad on The Pike the street of amuftement concession The Gal veston Flood is 40 per cent finished The Strcat of Cairo and the Tyro lean Alps are a Quarter done nail good starts have bean mode OB Crea tion Old Bt Louisand other in teresting attractions I5he grading for UM eight mile or Intramural railway which touches every point of interest in Itt jnTound ha beet coapletj and ui of the steel baa beca 1aid Perhaps the work t ht adda more to the apparent completion of the expo citlon than all other Is too handicap Iflg Seventy flre thc waml yards of tod have been placid rind It has converted barren hillsides andleZlD clay plalq into beautliuU lawna Other places where the tj soft was not removed has been rxeded to blue grass and al ready a coi d ataad haal efi secure 1 The roaa garden on the agricultural grouses covering sIx ocrta and con talning roso bushes many of which are now In oloaeom is a raoiy Beautiful sight The landa ape depart meat at preasnt employes 500 men anU tewnrf are being made Aowor beds de signed and shrubS plwited wherever the work of the builder will piurmlL The Jorcign baildiogi are aaturaUy snore backward than the otter Yet tbt3 are ogIining make a gooI sliowinc Mexico has flniaaed her teildlng France and England arj hlf up and China Canada Germany ansi Japan are sawriag jwozrea 9 Alarg4 mo4ei in refief deaigned lo present in a vivid way the Irrigation Idea upon the development of whicS so much of the feter prosperity of the arid and emiarUl kinds of the est dependS will be a future of thd XII of tat United States Geological Survey at time WorfiT Fair The made u 21 feet long toy seven foc wide and reproduces a part ot the Salt River valley in Arizona It is on n scale of 21 inches to the mili It fe painted in imitation of tie natural landscape The browniah deaort Ia relieved with patchef of green whets water hr bEen Brought by time Irr1aUng eanas TheICiTitMeky Sxhibit Association will have ISO burtth of Rat applci east iinarsl in ccd jttora c this winter to the tnloi iicrtuitumI4trr1y atLie expaiutlon inLSL ixmif next year Peudieton toonty haz ssat in for Keatnckys cilncrtl dIrsy tt Lbs YorW Fair a tmrgs tax af tone LaruZiiit Zr Itsoe of ltuc in Wsr- Our iMKaan5 trmwarteift good d al cf Inwliien of onvkttU or c nlur in sad about llelr chmvVri To Uegn with thV iimrefwfi Of olrf Englund 1jl turl ul nt ttiuiec wire nxrdi d piaveti of iifs c UoJjr for pjullc hu l trrivMte trppcrty In tin berth lalfHl af iln laud anU ikotiaiid tiu hia wra rarriiU ort sn woJtvroin ftUly siu rlnitxL Ot it ltii l liitir tcwrr ratharfrtntsrs anh it Ii- tvwtitinilf r tr1 UbjCt of ouYtise simht tkfcaite MUay nuts iml runil t land tint Wttiese nut4imm iSunh lowtZ airs litta4t uatriT- 4ila iii siz 105t1m rest of tic t itl Lttam emnfuly naiIsttarg1y 1if1 tv liJy vjfti all oJotLlvi jivxvl Surny rud Stuwrs r4 rt aia strait rSlfiIS- inI iurrtd wseaa nid iamnative doors liiid ofUn cojttij n massive treaisuv cbrst IlitbtT Mt the tract nlanu tuoy unrl VtilUihl s were Irir ricd for tysl rlu Ktuiritypf tlilrk viIA rd bar nud lolla there WHS na resis of sanctity vyiikh in n isupprsjf Hoiis 4ig tirotottrrt tlw building froln tin iut rutthss tat fois Tlie fjririv lk r n trjct ti of liiny tf tlifi b r T igl tMtirch a Is nn Intcnstiis i4tIy of uitlIllri4thZLOltfl tll4tl45 stuL uLTry222 South Feoria St CHICAGO ILI Oct 7 1902 Eight months ago I was so fll that I was compelled to Ho or sit down nearly aU the time My stomach vvos 80 weak and upset that I could keep nothing qa it and I vomited frequently I could not urinate without great pa4inanel Icotujhedsomuch thatiany thrort cud ungiavere rnav and Bore The doctors pro nounced it Brights disease and others said it was consumption It mattered little to Eio vrhat they called it and I had node sire to live A sister visited mo from St Lonis and ashed mo if I had over trod Wino of Cardui I told her I had not and sheIbought a bottle I believe that itsaved my life Ibclievoinany women could save much suffer lag if they but knew of its value Dont you waift freedom frqin pain Take Wine of Carddi anti make one suprejno effort to bo well You do not need to be a weak kelpleea Bufferer You caifhavo a womans1health and do iv womans work in ife Thy not secure a bott6 of Wine of Cardui from ycr r druggist to day HOfvIE RrlMinJlES After severe exposure bathe the fcc in vary wti in water after which eou cream IIS Iirorder Tb cure n jvnrt scrape a carrot fiiielj and apply a Ipoftltlce of ltfr seven or eight nights to the affected imrt A droi pf castor oil In the oye to re move aforejjrn body Is as uMfu ant much more iristwgeable tlian the better known flitsseetl a lt andcta aiid Ice In the propor tlousot f Olleto onehalf tied maceLton cloth bug awl Applied to the Hvtid will often give irelIef In cues of uervou- kes aclta The iimaha resulting frbiu a stvcn plndior bI0 r Wn be roH ved ty tin meiKlngtlm injured i rfliernately ir hot and cold water uj ssrtgiirg It jgead Ily the wl1le liHsteretl anti sore feet ness be great ly relieved by nibbing each night wiTh ihttliylfited spirit Before putting time stcckiu Soi in till inorniugrnb tb soles of the feet with pSAn bid German remedy for biccoKg is lo make a tea pfr sanfliiJwer sejed about a tnblespoonful ton of jwi water ailCw t6 coOl iud sip slowly taking about ten swallow holding your breath the while Tills seJdou falls to pure the most obstinate cases mHf More ami Iroivh lcnu wqmieaa otti smiled more and rowiied teas how munch happier would Jhe world be If MtIMc inltl per side ourselves to believe that efcid ness is olin tlghtfnl heritage and that happy lieorUj areS the meet aoeentHbJt to awl time most conducIve of seed t1tp we avonid lteisy iv ctiltlrfltt- it amishiny tlis sltiou Ob you Ssty itis hniXMiible for me to be bppy with sucli circumstances as miner That is tJae very reason why you should cultivate happiness hi order that you may overcome jour circurastniices and- not let tlieui overcome you it Is sure prising what a different aspect thiiigs viii aasuint when pne eiMlenvors to better oo solf ScItUihnrtt and un happiness go Imnd in hand while thoapdtfalnes and kindly consUiera tin for others prepare that way for joy We are often Use esasrof ourbvuh tmbappinrw ntbougij we may not bo wflhlag to putijlhc blnmen oarselves vTficre tbeisp lathe 8ire tfl be happy thoJhemis sire always v itbrn ranch j I3a fntcai Stlutl A well prcpaml ealul mukcs tjic slm peOt Wfol invinn iloce are three ap fvttwrs within the ri ael of eHn time hcttwwlfe who la limitnl tnltet funds aadlvf knowlftlse of fancy cookery IiIU Pofatova Buij in tbeir Buckets and ptel Ac larv ixtfatoss While lhptt Biles not too tblnj into the foHawIng dressing already prenared a saad bowl A large rtip of wldte vinegar n teaspoouful ef olive oil half a tea spoonful of aalt and n dtslvof peppeij Add a fhrvHlil I onOir smut n quarter fiipful of cbojuxnl celery If necessary more viiWijarj can bn ridded GarnIsh with parsivyantl xiuarteml lian11boied eggs From Ceterv + Boll six good sbctl cI 017 iui il 1snder slice hot lute the Iressliig lecrlbed abi ve ontiiUuj thy ritopiKxl celery of cotirse IXPW nct After wrnovlng this tops bolt and Iwl a bunch pflets alice tfieiu tttjtt tbo tlilnj Into n dnjsstng mails of a pltjt of whito vinegar n half teftsiNwiifnl 6ndi of salt and sugar with n llttte pepiwr asled r I1iuMlrpejpLng tAlias Jantt iddlmiB has en led house work one off belated InduBtrirs LUlls Iws lbim done to systeihi ixe and beautify tlie routine of dally houie life ft least ijil e kitchen To college women tills task bojongs of uplif tins household drudgery lute thu region of iiisihl science Cooking cnn be made fascinating by the iijtioductfen af lafjity tastes Lliicrojjt ruftiiatiees and iiKlf virtual dlscrinilnatlon Intjp the ev eryday work of preparing food for the bottseRohl Tlie Siiiiie wvr life Can be iufusfd IntO every branch cf housekeeping The furitlsblng nnii care of- iooagsare an art inliiet sel H Time stuffy parlors bodrboais and dining rooms of our grruid mothers would not pass muster Uiufer the eye of a modern Iipiae matMr who understands tier bus InoBS Womans BOise CoiH aii6ii A Homenindc KntJi lo A resourceful woman wlio lIves In n town white tiier aretio public water works dsvlsed satisfactory bath room after tiib following fnaUkm A small lekwfp Iwor bedroom was Jven over for this purpose A coilIrinn i sfeel tub ffafo feet long was put in one ear nor A pipe under the floor and hrotisri the fouiidallou carried oft time nnatiwater A board platfeana eight Iu iioa W f lijfid two fiHt uistrettom1e 3itiut1wtubehl twoinniierLzaso lino iv sA galvanltwl iron tank with a capacity of fortyfour gallons was plncetl 4n the stow tbnt the faucet wits directly over the tub UUd a fi iithc iron tank fed dlrecjily lo time pnirip nt the wlndnillL The btb W6tu was cqnjplete wid had cost syly i1tub 13 ipe stoVe taak3 I1s s Iiio fit tltt wv c mr iceiiwtply forcsfa ILe foti tire u efuge from dcanair LejrSja I HOW SLEEP MAY BE WOOED 3Iiy enieut of the Feet Will Qwtet tile Nerve aii raIH Most theN uuMtitl devices for Woo ing sUcphave falled becaustr they have nearly always trhnVto resort to local treatment In other words they liaye stopthiInkhtels nHrocess which might ulsa be called Rumination by substitution But nil thinking spontaneous or fore cd draws more or less blood to the braIn prevents deep Inhalations and bars the gate tVthe kingdom of dreams Any device on the other hand which will make one tulip deep long breaths spontaneously theJnvurlable forerun ncr of sleep may bexcountcd upyn as a genuine remedy for Insomnia EVen deep breathing which is forced Is bet ten tlntn any pnrely mental attempt to Tin sleep but If tbtv deep breathing can be produced Involuntarily one la sure of apassport to XodlanuV After several nights pf experiment to this desired end the writer decided to apply the principle adopted by the masseurs who begin their manipula tions at tIme point farthest from the sent of difficulty which In the cast of Insomnia woufd be tile feet Lying on time right sfde with the knees to getluT fihd considerably flexed the victim of insomnia should begin Lto pedal both his foot slowly up and down with the movement entirely In the ankles The pedaling should keep time with the natural rhythni of rcaS piration siml be continued until It la followotl by deep and spontaneous breathing Several people ho hmve tried this Ifreimxly report that Involuntary deep breathing invariably begins before they have pedaled up and down a doxen times In obstinate cases of In somiiia tite pnthint may need to keep up the perilling two or three luiuujtes or even itaoip with intermissions if necessary The treatment may also be varied bylrjoving the feet alternately instead oTfSimujjtaneously though tle latter metlioil lifis proved the more speedily efficacious in tile cases known to tile wr ter The explanation of result obiainedii3 probably simple The blobd Is pumped from the bead and with tlmelremoval of briiin tension a gjpilenjj telaxatioii follows wltfi a se tiimat deep respiration rind Its result iiig sleepftjood Housekeeping WHAT THE MOO CAN TELL 1i A clear moqn Indicates frost A dull looking moon means rain A single lilb around the moon indi cates astopu j S Jf themdu loo s bighn cold werfther may beexpoctcd If the nioofi TpoksIowdQwn warm weather iprbmliHl 1 t Tho new moon on tier back always denotes wet weather A double bhlo arotind the moba uiouns very boisterous1 weather rlf the non changes with the wind In time ca t1 then shall we have bad eatlterjjj If the moon be brigbt dnd clear Wheii three days oW tine weather is promised When time mcou Is visible In time day tiuie then may4we look forward ft cool days fy When the points cf the crescent of time new moon mire very clearly visible frpst maybe looked fore IT the new ifiooii appear with Its points upward theta will the mouth be dry but should hue points be down rvvanl more or lisPs fairi inust becx lshrel dmJiig tile uuxt tb ree weels AniericanV Queen 4i CohfouiuKnir n Doubter Tbte pjijmr aiyi5 tliet they have jest tleeacoverjLMi the recnniins ofn twenty foot sitit4tn on tir Iwiiks of th1 LcuoK seot rivuii V Vlin t a afitIrhIlil dtuino uiss mebby Its one o tliem iMlsirrlnts for n airdine There itliit no twenty foot sardines Well Jbure might De the nicmalns of one dont lftllevfi It Do you suppose anyfcoilyd want ter buy n box of slch snrdhnS guess not Yourcj too lfini critical Ef there is tli reeinjins7o any twenty toot sar dines ou th Piiiobscot dont you sup poet there ufight also be tb feemalns of ihn LIg cnuir to buy em by the box Youixv n ritbwIst1 thets what yfiu are Clevelnnl Ihtlu Dealer i A aicnrice1 to oclcty IThe ColonelijWell Uoys tblsIs my Iaat night at the club Ive got to be n fiitrfiji nlbnaee to society so Ubw 8 nothing left tom me to do but away amid be a hermit for the rest of my lift Tbe li rtisWliy Time Cokiiul Iecause Jve lived hero so long Tcnow everybodys family his tory r iTheChopusWhiitof tbatT Tlu Colonel And Confound It 1vo got into had habit of jlbluking albud New York Times Paines Celery Compound llRES 1WEllMATI- jRhoumalism which does1 its terrible ypik j inithe muscles joints and tissues is caused by Urickcid which gathers in the blood To pet rid of this poisonQusaciU which produces the Irritations palm agonies inflammations and spellings peculiar to rheumatism Paines Celery Compound should be used Without delay No otherrnedicinc gives such prompt cheering and happy results It is the only medicine that prevents a return of the dreaded disease Paines Celery Compound braces the nerves the blood is quickly cleared of all irritating poisons tissue and muscle are built up and the digestive organs perfectly toned slightestiheumatlCelery ampound will save you weeks and months of suffering Mr S D conway curcdiyPainesires with other medicines arid physicians he rays V Iant 64 years Ot age anti have lived St Ix uii37 years and all this time with the xception of three years I have served the ingineErs Department as Inspector Lart winter I contracted rheumatism and was laid tap I tried nil remedies and doctors but cli piled until I stnick Paines Celery Conix und which lass made a permanent cure in my case I have recommended it to many and they have used it with the same result TOE HOME USE AUD ECONOMY I D1iinUnda6OM book ndv4 IIDYESa J T r y i AgeIatAePreparaLionfurM1 Isiini1atingIheFoodandflcdu1aI pamforp1iJne nqrNkira1 NOTNARC9TICisctI gLsl ApeffectRernedy rorconsur- iSIn Sour StomacluDiarrhoca arms Convulsaons Fcveris- hnessandLoss oi SLEEP TacSmnaalc SgnnLure IIII NEW YORK I IIEXACT COPY WRAPPER JAUTLON This js nato gentle worbut when you think how liablje vixr are no to purchase the only remedy universally kncWnjand a remedy that has hadthe largest sale of any tncdicinfeiatljeKvorld mce J86B for ithe cuVe ant treatment ot Consumption and Throat arid Lung troubles vith out losing its great popularity all these years you will be thfink ful we called your attention to Boschees German Syrup There are so many ordinary cough r imedies made by druggists atd others that are cheap and good foPHght colds perhaps but for severe Coughs Bronchitis Croup and especially for Gottr sumption where there is difficult expectoration and coughing jdunng the nisbts and mornings tbere is nothing like German Syrup Tne 25 cent size has just been introduced this yoar Re guitar sJze 75 cents At all druggists C J Havdoa The Dahlia lu England Thus daDlia has become popular among English gardeners In the wild plant the lowers areslngle with a dull ray and yellow disk The varieties oif the cultivated forum ar altnosY end less The original wits discovered in Mesh ro by Vincent Cervantes abotit iSt and was first brought to the ibbtanlc gardens of Madrid anti the saiue yiiar It was Introduced Into England by the then Marchioness of Bute1 The plant becanfe extinct In Britain It was ajjitln brought there in 1S04 and In that year Is found the earliest men tlon of the dahlia named from Andrew Da hi ft Swedish botanist and pupil of LInnieus In Mexico the tubers are cultivated as feed on account of the quantity of Inulin thty contain but In Europe tlibugb times triqd they never became popular The evolution of NnmcH- Thw evobitjon of names train foreign fongucs Into English Is in many cases eiisy From the German Bauei tathe Eugllsh BoHcrs and front the French Boulnnger to time English Bulllnger fis but n step as it wlre But there ate no people who Ore ofteuer more ba amorously accused of ni tiering Their names than luev Irish fflius Crehan has become llchqu Carroll Karl Dll1 Ion Jyllyn Divver Deverenndl3evyr McGarty Macartee mind Makart Shit tory Slater and Satterlee OBrien Obrlon and Breen McGlnness CSuln ness and Inu s Rellly llelyea Duffy Dufay McGulfln MngotHn Quinn Ouoeh Fogarty Jougett Haggerty llaggart Sully Scule TIm English singer Brnunm merelji Onppped a let ter when be went on tlje stage He was a Hebrew and laIn teal iranies was Abraham Old Custom Handed Dawn flow many can toll time orlgliuof tlio habit of closing the eyeS Ins pwycrr Far back In the past the Lurt wai the universal object of worship As It rose above tim horizon tIme de voice thanked iifor Its return to bless tlijp world Aslt set irifhe west he liu planed Its early return Ills face was always tovard the unlri prnyciv pad bis eyes were closed toproveit bjinil ness Time habit Ijas passed dov u from father tQson for thonsapdsof yijors- ibougU time object of Wjorsljlp has bean tchangcd the custciu survives DCntlsts L e 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