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Digital page images are linked to the text file. wiTYt s r v j rI w ciL TU 1 iiJvLMN fiJ iM 2 1 1 t t titti8New IX No IL SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY MARCH 13 1902LoLo1 i WBfcYSAB F vc DIRECTORY J J f SPRINGFIELD county seat df- IFIfufcia on County 52 the south tut pfjuexingfpjj 59 miles from f tioSriViUe on lliardttowii branch of ti litrUle and Nashville railroad in a farathiirauJ agricultural district 1roEa 1tb telegraph and telephone HUM erpressofljjcjflour railU lumber ram PopulationllOO population ofIcpanty 15000 Representative in Cpugrevs Hon D HSmitfc Hoag mville Ky Representative in Keutueky Legiis latmre Hon G A Dohoney Kepresautittve in State Satiate Hen LJCjPHrycar Campbellsville Ky Directory j CIRCUIT COURT CirMLCoIirtbeglasl en the fourth wtIt in February May and Octo trq1attctz3udge H Sweeney Common trea 1th At torney t r I Campbell Ocrk Tbes A Medley Mister Com miaa- Onel 1IIJ QUARTERLY COURT- Quarterly Court held ou die third Mtiiday ineac montha a Lit j tEidge COUNTY COURT r County uHmeehlOn the fourth rfenilay in each mouth LL Lite1Judge F Booker County Clerk T 8 ayevCounty AttorneyoGeorge Catlett Jailer UyrouCroake SherIffliRichard iah m Sidney Onborne lj RH MuUicau Depntie- E4 Masters I Jatnca F Moore COunty Surveyor J I Royaltyjssessor T POBryanDeputyaEober u Treasurer I M Montgomery Coronerhr SCITY COURTmW ILUitkerPOlice judge John Grace Marshal diwJI3DST1CE COUrtT lJustice Courts are held in January z April July andOclober Church Directory l BAl riST CHURCHJ thRefi vcesevey Sunday at 11 am and 730 APOUl kujiday School at 830 Prayer Meeting on Wednesday night at 730 ifMZTHcDIST CHURcH RJrijvf8Pi Stilts Pator Servictt on the tfiM andrhirdSluda1ln each mouth atfll a m and 730 p intas PRESBYTERIAN Rev R EC La wson Pastor 5crb viceafevry Suudayat ll arn and 730 pm 4Prayr meeting every ThursdayS ilii t CATHOI CHURCHt cvPf JJenncMatt Pa tor aer v1cuecySundy at 8 and 10 oclock a m BeryiceXat St Rose tame hours CHRISTIAI CHURCH Rev II F Llbyd Pastor Services second an4 fourth Sunday ip eachc bmonthFraternal OrderLai MASONIC I ODGK Spriugfleld lodge No 50 meets second Monday in each i stoutn Washington R 0 Chapter No 57 ii meet etfery third Monday Springfield Council No 52 meets on every fourth Monday KNIGHTS of Taa MACAHKBS Meets i every firit Wednesday in each month Ill 10 R 11 BiAcc HAWK TRIBB No 54 eetau every Wednesday uight Ir i rrigiram McElroy Halltt t Ill L and N TIME TABLE i Jrriiil ill HHitire if Titus d 42JPM P1 U 40 ArrlDReld Lv 5301 tt q TaUYKIU 5411IG 12G + Beoker47l4Uit tkeakes 1M- j 1117 hWeodlawD ns 11n grIyTlk1e 1 5 lllllarutow liS 5P lot Nuantk IJ tIlaueli1113310 3DeatsvUleil 45 350 181 Case Spring I 5Hfl05 lS Wobbe Iii KM asrstT0l43944 IsritUwmJiiBct 710 0 Bh pB rd TUlt 720 t A MWr r 737 outk rarkr 7 J lIIRUtLba1nlU Ar 8 150l55 03 6 IM rir JtHaJlfWICtH b taneye foIloKsithe ueof Foley Beseyae4Tar It stops the cough kal enitrgLhi the lungs aud afford fti feet security from an attack pneutaoaWu Refuel Substltues WHiW wwnnw WW 8 fIIimw A ROUND Of TftLKrQ1 WMM4 fi wra W8WUU Vli thv W UW tdfj 1 1r THE EARLY SPRING I iiByUulaWhedon Mitchell There is a charm in the early Spring I In the smell o tie moald when the wind comes cold In he flashing dip of the swallowsl wing 1 In the cowBlipflclothdf gold Spread on the ragged edge I By ebaltow pool and frostrimed sedge IA charm the mellower season lacks i When the tree brook leaps down its rocky steeps g And Echo answers the woomans axe over tb spot where the bluebell Bleeps iiWhelo1 sod feels the first light thrill a promise wee buds fulfil 11Ab to spy when the alder shoots show pjnk shy brown breast on a quiet nest iiTomark by the foamy rivers brink 9 il Willows in silver greenery dressed Hearts that are Winterworn wake and sing I s There is a charm in the early Spring Out on the bill when the day is new VThen ona may capture the Rpirit of rapture I Born of the dawn baptized by the dewVHigh on the hill in the breezes pure may stand for the moment a god aware of it and tmawed lOne Delineator 3M43944 O WMMCM 1qJJIU4zJ1 BTheimpresSi among the farmers and country people of the county that the town authorities will require any 1o bringing any produce or stock to town to sell to pay a ense for the privilege The impression is an erroneous one ntirely and it is an injustice to the town that such a report should be circulated There is peddlers law requiring to pay a professionalI ling their goods in regulation does not apply to far ers or others who desire to rpl1 anything that they have pro ced at their homes It is to the interest of the business men and citizens of the town to en courage in every way possiblet trade intercourse country people for upon the patronage and good will of the farmers depends in a large measure the prosperity of the merchants and business men of e town It is said that the proprietors of the stores at the cross roads and small towns of the county are responsible to- meso extent for the persistency with which the report has been circulated but the farmers should turn a deaf ear to all such lk Bring on your chickens and eggs and fryits and vegetables and sell them wherever the st prices prevail The town acting for the town people will not be permitted to pass anyregulations to hamper e country people in their trade relations for our rural friends are needed and will be welcomed in rnidstOREREVENUETlIe ltr ques- tionXYK of revenue is said toe agitating the minds of the worthy members of the town board just now and several plans re being discussed with the end in yiew of increasing the income of the town Since the recent improvement and growth ot the town it has become apparent that it will be necessary to do something to increase the revenue in order to keep abreast with the times The expense of supporting water works and electric lights for public Use must be met and the the streets are in bad and immediate need of repairs Al- houghthe iincome from the regu lar town taxes is greater than heretofore owing to the increase in the assessment value and to the fact that the tax s are collected closer than in the past still it is estimated that there will be a deficit unless something is done to yield more revenue It is- proposed to do as other towns throughout the state are doing and that is to levy a license tax on all business concerns and professional men in the town Tue proposition will dOublessraise a kick from those called upon to do the paying but it appears to be about the only practical problemjThe the constitutional limit and a small license tax required of all business concerns alike would bring in a good revenue prthe town and stiff at the same time would pot prove great hardship on any one interested The matter is being discussed but si not likely that tiny definite steps will be taken in the matter until the fate of the bill now before the legislature to make Springfield a fifth class city iis knownV The bill has passed the House and ha yet to be taken through the Senate It is to be hoped that the measure will not be lost in the rush at the end of the legislative ession VX ESERVES IT Speaking of L J the bill to change the town of Springfield into another iif there iis anything in b ClassIi serving of recognition the bill should become a law It is the only bill from Washington county that has been before the Kentucky Legislature for fouryears It was introduced at last session by Representative P Bosley but was lost in the shuffle never having been bronght toa vote The same bill has been brought up this session by Representative Dohoney and has been allowed to pass a little farther along It seems that the rights of a county so modest in its demands on the llegislature sbpuld receive some recognition but it appears thatt the secret of success at gettingI anything from a legislature is to go after all you can get and go after it strpng and keep after it rHEAT CHOP The annual l alarm about the condition of the wheat crop throughout the country is abroad It is nearly always the case that at about this time of the year there comes the announcement from the farmers that the whole wheat crop is ruiued but many of these ruined crops tnrn out all right arllalwaysarll hard one on wheat as alll winters of extremely low temperature and few snows are but thei chances are tI in a few weektll the uined lJp5 will revive and the fields which now look so bare and desolate will develop into volvety swards of green in whirl event the gloomy counte nance of the worthy wheatt grower will doubtless develop into a picture of hope and happiness A GOOD THING German Syrup is the special prelfiptis1Jf Dr A Boschee a celebrated German Physician and is acknowledged tto be one of the most Tot ttu ute discoveries Medicine It quickly cures Coughs Cold and all Lung troubles of the Ieverest nature removing asit does the cause ut the affection and leaving tbe Parts in a strong and healthy condition It is not an experi mental medicine but has stood ihV test of ypar giving satisfac tion in every ease which Sis raqidly increasing sain every season TOD firms Tro million bottles sold annually Bosjbees German Syrup wa im induced in the Ignited Suites id 1806 and jis now sold in vey ttwrj and village in tin civiMed world Thrte d ss will relieve any or dinary faiugli Price 75 cints Gt Greens bp CUll Aiiijnnac Lebanon Court pay County Court day brought to town Monday a good sized crowd and business iirf all lines was brisk There was a variety of stock on the market with the ex ception of hogs and sheep Horses mules and cattle were plentiful and found ready buyers While no logs were offered for sale there wore on the streets a number of the variety who have so little self respect that they fill up on the develish stuff that thenIgo forth to make a sorry spec tacle of themselves wobbling from one side of the street too mpreIcon Notice All persons having claims against the estate of William R Logsaon deceased are called up on to present the same properly proven to the undersigned or his attorney T S Mayes on or before April 1st 1902 S G Lbgsdon Admin of William R Logsdon Would Smash the Club If members of the Hay Fever Association would use Dr Kiigs New Discovery for Joiiisumption the tlb would go to places for iit alwuva uio this malady and As thin a mbe land that baffles the doctors it wbollv drives from the system Thqu ands of once hope less sufferers from Consumption Pneunomia Bronchitis owes their lives and health to it It conquers ipisaves little ones from Croup ana Whooping Cough and is positively guaranteed for all Throat and Lung Uoubles 50 100 Tiial bntite free m Hi dsns Kobe it o- nMystery Explained The story that has been hud died by many of the leadiugda lies of 1 ne Dn Wilson being at tacked by and fcept housed allo one dqy bycrows is true as far as we know andas ho is said to have his abode in Washington county nott far from this place we have not heard the story denied But since the above mentioned occur enee it has been reported that re ciiiJy a cloud passed over the iVuchlaml vicinity from which fell a shower of blood As the fact became circulated the people for niles around visited the scene in ordeV to satisfy themselves as to the correctness of tthe stale mentrro the simple minded nnd superstitious people this singular phenomenon would seem to have a supernatural origin but Mr Wilson swore vengance on the crows and as Beachlund s near hiurand in the same county the shower of bloo dis easily explained Dar took a terrible revenge on tIe crows we are told by inducing them to eat a powerful explosiveS the secret of whiclris ly to himself probably nitogly cenne but it was something whichata certain altitude would explode even in a crows stom ache Therefore it is little won der that after thousands of oiows had been fed on the stuff and timer set to Might that a shower of blood should fall in Beachland olany other land Cornishviille cores pondent of Marrodsburg Dem ocrat jkes Weak Women I have SfronAI lOW1itstrong Icannot praise itt enough Mrs O DI Picketing Obey III Forsie by Havdoni and Robrtui For The Compaction The complcctioji always suffprs from biriousness or con Upatioti un less the bowels are kept open the imI purities from the body appear in the form of unsightly eruptions DoWitts Little Early Risers keep the liver and bowels in healthy condition ap4re move the cause of such conditions C E Hooper Albany N Y yritesi er81forI needed I am feeling better now than in years Never gripe ncjr dbi tress Safe thorough genuine The very best pUls Haydon Robertson TO CURE A COLD IN ONEDA Y Take Laxative Bream Quinine Tab ets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves gature hon eachoi25c o hoITDuyI flemlnlscenccs of the Visitations of Cholera to Springtieldo Years AgoIfIRST 1833 TWOiflGilTylpfOPLf WttKSb Among the exciting periols in the early days of the settlement Of Springfield and Washington countylls related by some 61 the lder inhabitants who ar fa vingheardfathers and other older citi ens none bring up more intere ting reminiscences than the accounts of those days when the tei rible disease Asiatic Cholera v sited the townV The first time of whi h here iis any record that the cholera became epidemic in the town was in the spring of 1833 and although the visitation was hort iit was terribly fatal In a period of two weeks no less than 180 people of the town fell victims to the tJterrible mnaadyi Those were exciting days indeed andmany Iare experi1nceshanded of the town In the year 333 itsseems that cholera was me re or less prevalent all over Kent cky It is supposed to have been brought up from New Orleans The epidemic struck Sprin field in time UiU spring or just when the cherry crop was ripe It is relatedt that strong men when stricken vfith the disease vould become deathly sick in an iinstant and would be dead in an hour In those days there were a great ninny slaves owned in and around Springfield and the mgroos were easy victims 0 the lisaseQuite a lIuml er of prominent citizens and members of their families also died The town was panicstricken a id all business suspended as miny of tlu inhnbitantsas could get away tied to other pui nts to esca the contagion so that only a few faithful onus were left to attend time sick and bury the dead Among those to remain t4 ren ilei that service sasa negro slave who showed himself to be a real hero His name was Louis lyhotel the a pansburyout tins negro unlike many of his fellow slaves who Wanted to flee for their lives pitched in and applied lhimself to the task of caring for the sIckand I burying the dead He finally went to the grave yard and with Injboredincand assisting in burying of the unfortunate victims oft the scourge Many of the merchants and other citizens of the town knowing the trustworthiness of Louis tied the town and left the keys to their stores andresi dences with him and it ijs said that that negro slave was the custodian of nearly every store in the town After the epidemic had run its course which was in about three weeks the Jpeople whohad left the town began to return and business matters were resumedrrhe faithful negro slave was not forgotten however and the citizens me de up a purse andpurchased his fn edom of his master and also built for him a livery stable and sticking it with horses set him up iin busi ness Louis Sansbury livt d and continued in business in S pring field for 30 years after tlie oc curence and always stoo high as a citizen The second visitation o chol era to Springfield was iii 1854 4 and is well remembered quite a number of people here t Dday The outbreak like the one n 1833 also caused a panic among the people and many tied to other places to escape AlthQu h this epidemic was not pear s a fats as the first one there were good many deaths several prominent citizens being among th num herV litgrippe coughs yield qn ckly to the wonderful curative qaaT tics of Fpleys Honey and Tar here Iv nothing lseUjust as good Wocd Wimsatt fl iTheshooting in Lincoln is taken from the CourierJournalSMarshal J A Shannon Crab Orchard was shot and dangerou ly wounded at that place Monday afternoon by Alex Beasley a hotel man Shannon recO ived one ball in the breast and one struck his left thigh thhairmanthe bone TownItrouble with Shannon about them surrender of the tax books In passing along the street this afj ternoon Beasley stopped in front of Wallins saloon and was talk ing to a man when he heard Shannon inside using abusive llanguage against him He called Shannon out and during thedis p ute that followed it is alleged Shannon seized Beasley by the collar and the shooting followedi Beasley surrendered and gaVe a 500 bond HOIS Ibis We oflhr One Hundred Dollars Reward r cIMclued by Halls Catorrh C IretK J CHENEY t CO Props Toledo We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last years and llieve him perfoctly honorable in all iness transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their linn wEsT A TTOAX Wholesale PrugRfflts Toledo 0pWALDINO KINNAN A MARVIN Whole ale Druggists Toledo 0IHalls Catarrh Cure is taken internallT acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system Price 75c per bottle Sold bv all Druggists eily nieiiaitln tree The Vice OT NaaEngrClouds the happiness of the home hut a nagging woman often needs helpSha may be so nervous and run down in health that trifles annoy her IfI she is melancholy excitable iroubltd with loss of appetiti headache sleeplessnes constipation or fainting and dizzy spells se needs Electric Bitteis tho most wondersul remedy for jung 7oraen Thousands of snffers from female troubles nervovs trouHles backache and weak kidneys have used ittand become healthy and happy Tr it Only 50c HavdooRobertson guarantee satisfaction Oil In Mercer Mercer has fallen into unui oil prospecting A Mr San ders of Dugansville this county and some Lawienceburg parties have ecu redoil leases on sev eral hundred acres of land be tween Dugansville and Duncan It is their purpose to bore to oil on tho Merrit Cunningham farm near Dunan where a well was bored 70 years ago to findt water from wnich salt could be made The parties were suc c 3sful and made salt until the water became too weak for Ibe purpose Tnuy then bored deep crtbut instead of finding saltwater their drill found an oill stream that filled the hole to the surface As oil was no value to the salt makers they plujier the bole with hemp wbich re mainod there until removed a few days sioce by Mr Sanders and others Danville Advocate Didnt Bluff It was the intention of the Blue Graso Consolidated Trac tion Co to run its line through Wood ford County entering Ver sallIes with their proposed line from Lexington to Frankfort but when Versailles was asked for a franchise she refused ta permit the rotnpany to run through their main streets The Traction Co refused to enter the county unless such was granted but Versailles stood pat and tried the bluff Georgetown then called toia hand in the game and was the winner Men will be put to work at an early date along tbe line and George town wil greatly profit by Ver snubs misfortune Salesmen Wanled 1 am in need ofa few reliable energetic men toI act as my assistants fort the sale of nursery stock Pre ILlvssgivtiogj WYC GRANT i fcJolumbia Tenn FoIeJInnT5 r iiic Road Problem Squire Nimrod Hendren Makes a few Practical Observations to the Point Possum Ridge March 4lh 1902 Editor NEWS LEADER I saw e LEADER some correspond ants views on the public roads in our county I am willing to ad it the road question is the most knotty problem the Fiscal Court hiasto contend with I see on views from Old Foxy taxpayer he says tax buggies one dollar U mnderno law for double taxation so i cannot retax buggies and so far as hucksters waggons are con cerned I think we have no law to tax them Now let us see wi iis trying to keep up our road t is easily possible for farmers to keep country roads in a better condition than most Of them are doing at present The individual an afford to do road mending he same principle that he re g cardspays and a land owner ought to feel as much shame even guilts before the general public over a mud hole that can bedrained or a choked up sluice along his remisies which hehus thrown shockfodder into to his cattle as as we have observed all over t county in our travels as he oughti over neglected cattl4 or a d play of filth on his own farm Now let us see undefour present oad system how we are getting on The road overseers are instructed first to work out the money appropriation and then work free until roads are put in good traveling condition but I fail to find any free Work I am r afraid some of our overseers fail to do their duty and try to get the largest end of jthe app o priationOne of our sheri tells me he has paid one overs ar iin his ride 28 It was the inr tention for each hand to have his part of road fund sis nearly equal as possible believe our court will dp all it can Ion the roads of the county+but how to better the system is the problem Now I will give my views on the question My observation iis that the water damaging the roads worse than the travel- ingi In the first pljxce have all fences removed off of the right of way so the ditches can te cleared out and the jvater allowed to pass Then 4ppohita pervisor of roads fo the county who can go over jthe roads at lleast two or three times a ye rand let the roads lit to the Ii est bidder for so many perches mpchditchingand make his report tthe County Judge who will ordet the County Treasurer to pay eacjh contractor the amount reportejd by supervisors who can beemplbyedthe about what the six magistrates at this time for llooking after road Hoping you will publish so me I remain yours in the interests of Ithe county NIMROD HENDRENi Murder in IVIepcei Edmund Houp was found dead In his h use In Kentucky river bottom one milebeLWMunday8 Landing Saturday Diorning while his aged wife wus iying in an other part of the room wifh wounds onberte plefO re e ad and face She wailalive but Tin conscious Mr Houp was 87 sthkart One of my daughters had a terrible cue of asthma We tried almost everything but without re ChetTyPbottles cured herEmma Jaae Eatsmlnger LangsvI1OV AysCherry Pectoral certalnlycuresthanycasesof Aidit cures Bronchitis hoarseness weak lungs wjioopingcoughcroup winter coughs night coughs and hard colds Tbrsstht UCqiCSlt AHds1S- CMeitTr Or IrVIkeitt = kcIMTS tt witk aoy qo VV rIw 4 I and his wlfeS2i He was a veteran of the civil wiVnddrew a pension ditVg w couphomoney about the house andthistVl mur1amsupport of this it is said that 173 that they had on halndts missing On Saturday morning 1a man named Neal who lived a r mile away and who kept tliSVOl people supplied with wood atod tfhpoften looked after their wel1C fare n ticed that no smoke was issuingi from the Houp home IeHe went to investigate and oa entering the bouse found the oldVan lying dead near the door andthe aged w man lconsciouJ eon the floor beside the bed Aj gentleman who visited the scene Sunday and who believes that it was the work of a demon says 10h QSld gentleman arose from bed aud opened the doorlnresponsetoV ran of the murderer A very Islight abrasion on the neck was themgentleman believes that he was to death He was very infirm and 11t would not have taken much force to have caused the vital spark to leave his fe ble frame According to the th pryf of thisgentleraan the murderer 1 then attacked the old lady Iai bed add in her struggles she laU to enteredfLJethe house he found that the fire theLSashes were cold This shbwi that the old couple bad lain Jor hours as he found them OneV report that reached here Monday afternoOn was that Mrs Houpf revived Jong enough to say that as soon as she got hotter she would tell all about iti Before she could bef questioneil she again relapsed into unconsciousness A puzzling thing in connection wIth the affair is that for an honr isor two after thevwareV found an oder of cdoro formf pervaded the room A telephone message to this paper late Tuesday from thtVtwo gentlemen in tbeMundsysV Landing neighborhood is to the effect that the people in the vi cinity generally discredit the foalfplay theory Decatur RouptVof Wilmore son of the old peo pie is ofthat opinion A search of the house Tuesday WOTIV brought to light an old pocliilw book containing about 13 This leaves a goodly share unaccouit ed fort but the son believes that his parents concealed itaboutV hiqfound The dead man WH part ly paralfzed and some believe that tile eld lady was strickem tbatVthe marks bout her face were jmade in that way anal the shock Of seeing heria that conditicV and he unable to help her killed Mr Houp Coroner Gibbs hldV hi4beenWoodtord county and buried be tfOIe anyone hero knewanythiegVi Ieabout it A telephote me e v from MrJoe Dean ot BrsxkmSreceived by the Hereld at S oclock Wednesday evening says that Mis Houp has never revir ed and that her death is onlyVa question pf lawV hours He also informed HI that the impression now is that she was striken with paralysisV and fell and inlorwl berself Braxton is four miles froBitlMi Houp home rHarrodsbir Her aid r CNtNlkIV 1KetIIsro erthroat and lUf trHih44Ni- I are quickly curc1by One Mutate r Cough Cure Qne MuUte Coitfk Cure is not a mere erpectoreat wkkk gIvetemporaryre11ef It sefte t ai iliquified the mucqs draws omit tkett flamaton and remdrM the caises 9t the disease Absolutely safe Aet at onceOne Mia eockCWiU do aflthat c1ifoitt ye Justipeof the Peae TQilQ CfMiss My wife cojjfctaei get her breath and was releireAby tkeirtt dose It haubiemia l ee1t1thee- utlie family aydOisSVJsrtiea n sIs A cold at this tIme it c1et Se liable to cause paeutnoHia whIch kim often fatal annwisea tke5stieit has recovered the 1uugaaretweiieed- macing them peculiarly mscifUhU to thCdevc1opeiiteato ee W YFolcys Honey ad Tar wilt =1M cough heal and strimitb i tIssj tWoodyoleyt Kidney Cwre b s ncya and bladder rtUiVnoUilnf lujuriow loW by W WMaatt SlfADE KED EVERY THUflSDAY VIA YEAR IN ADVANCED I SPRINOFIELD KY E L DAVISONj Jr EDITOR PUBLISHER 4 Ixxsal or bfMneps notices 10 cants per ie for the first msortton and 5 cents ttt ch subsequent insertion ICalls on candidates and political matter p cents per lino Job work is done at low rates brt cash must be paid on delivery of goods Aflyertlsihg contracts made on liberal tennp sObituaries and resolutions of respect 3 eDt per line NOtfNrEJtBNT5 cuntyMaglstrates 1250 County Officers 500 District Offices i lr00 J THURSDAY MARCH 13 1902 l J f One of the best acts of the present Kentucky Legislature 4sj the passage of the State Fair Bill which malces an annual ap propriation of 5000 fot pre miumsto be offered at the State Pair A state fair when con ducted successfully is a good thing to encourage the stock breeding and farming interests of the state and now that finan I cial support is assured inter s should be worked up in it sc every county maybe represent ecU Another point which the promoters would do well to bear in mind is that if possible select some place in Kentucky other than Louisville which to hold the fair Louisville people care nothing for a fair as was clear ly demonstrated at the one held there last year and if the fair isI I t9ie supported by people from the4nterior of the state why not have it in some interior town lire in fav r9f Springfield l for the next State Fair and will guarantee the full support of the people of the town and county which is more t1Louisyille l can do 3AnOther Congressman has taken a crack at the State De partment This time it was Representative Burleson of Texas who denounced Secretary Hay for declining to request the British authoritfes to furnish c passports to the Rev Hiram W Thomas and wife who desire to distribute if1 relief funds ambng- the Boers The Kentucky Legislature is getting a move on during the closing hours of the session Twenty bills were passed on xfr Tuesday one of the most impor tant being that authorizing the city of Louisville to sell its million dollars worth of stock in f k1 j the Louisville Gas Co and put f fthe money In the seVers as an iimprovement The Boers are still a serious worry to say the least to the British in South Africa In1 iShJofficer t tured andit is new feared may bis executed in retaliation foi the slaying Qf Gan Scheeper a Boer officer while a prisoner of the British forces Editor Walton has sold the Harrodsburg Democrat to Mr Charles Lewis of the Shelby Sen tiheVMr Lewis is a good news tfjjjT paper man and it takes a good- one to run two papers in differ v ent towns and run them iII l tThe Frankfort grand jury has discovered anotherrnin who killed GoebeU Frank Cecil of Bell county has been indicted buthas ujttyet been arrested VHeJias fled 4 Thosrstrenuous days ire over P1cHenry of Prussia sailed 4 foJI Germany on the steamer leiits biadTuesday1 l f Sick HeadacheT digestweU4ipetiJ constipated Tongue coated JtsI your liver Dyers Pills 4areliver pills they cure dys pepsia biliousness 2ko All drusrjUts BonsUeM or beard besitunl 1- I ba tich 4Ck Tben use IVRHAMS DYEtsrsR co uiuA r TT r SsftfcsiswwK fiiii iOOOO iroW Oji41fr u l 1 iItNew From The Bounty t Happenings Among the County People 1 as Reported by our Correspondents il wse W McINTIRIj I LMr Frank Keene has severaI cases of measles in his family Mr Eugene Hill called on his best girl near here last SundaJ Mr Hillory Mclntyre is sick at this writing also Mr Robertl McIntyre Mr Lloyd Clarksbn bought of differenti parties several bunches of hog at 5ic TMr Thomas Kidwell sold a 1br1PriceLutte Miss Alma Ballard is visiting her brother Mr T E Ballard of this place Mr Thos Nally of this place 13 getting along nicely with his new building on Rhode Run The weather is more suitable for the farmers now and they are making good use of the time Mr Cha Cecil is vvery ill Dr Stonewall Smock of your city is the attending physician Born to the wife of Johnnie Medley on the 8th a girl Both mother and little babe are doing nicely areIsorryill add pot expected to live but a few days at this writing The majority or tho farmers are having very pOOL luck with their llambs but Mr J B Hill seems to have the champion number eight ewes with seven teen lambs All are thriving and doing quite well Tatham Sprints Merril Vest was in Springfield lastt week Albert Pinkston left last week for Denver Colorado Joe Tathain was inSpringfield last week on business Rev Couch of Mackville passed through our village Saturay Ivan Carey and wife visted Mr Sanyiel Noels family Sunday The wheat crop is looking better since the recent snow and sleetWe think we will be able to report a wedding by the next writing Larkin White has returned from Illinois where he has been visiting relatives Ivan Keeling who has had a severe attack of pneumonia iis improving at this writing Rev Cheatham preached to ai attentive audience Sunday at the Rockbridge Schoolhouse A great many farmers are complaining about losing lamb and in some cases old sheep We haye a late report from Frankfort by good authority that there are 53 cases of smallpox in that city Why dont you subscribe fo the NEWSLEADER All the neighbors read my paper It I dont cost much and you could sell enough eggs to pay subscription Its only 1 tWe are glad to report tha Foster and Ed Tenkin- are well contentoJ in their new home in Northern Illinois They report snow and water 8 or 10 inche dep over the whole country Last Saturday it was rep ited that there was a consulorable flock of ducks on the river near our town Well some of our sportsmen did some remarkable shooting but didnt get anything but feathers Bud Strange who has been contined with typhoi fever andj who was thought tobeimproving at our last writing took a relapse and died in a short time HiS remains were interred in Antioch Cemetery last Monday The family have the sympathy of the community Owing1 to the recent rains Chap lie Iiverandsmallerstrpumsw- ereswuUen soil was impossible toford them for two or three days We believe if Mr Gray andMr Sutherland had Been iin our community they would de vote their ample time in raising funds to build more bridges Good roads are alright but we need a few more bridgesto enabi us to get to the road MOORESV1LLE Mr George Coulter is on the sick list Mr John Gammon and Henry Butler have returned from Lou isville v eicccIlfjr Sipi jjayfield ot Freder ickstown visited Jeff Sjihith last rSunday r Xi Mr Tea Hardin bf Bibomheld was over to ur toWn ne day last week Richard Tr nt iis ojult again after a very severe jaltack of pneumonia rMr E G Boblit and Redman Smith were in Louisville last week on business Bud Hauthatn delivelred his crop of tobacco to T B Hughes at Maud last Monday Basil Cull and Owen Ellis went over to Cnaplin hsi Sunday to see their Lest girls Miss Nettie Bobliti spent several dtiys lstweek with Misses Estella and NannieEllis Well we hope to soon to see some spritiglHce weather as we surely think the ground hog saw his shadow Mr Jesse Mann has removed to Booker Louis Hamilton is staying at Philetus Barbers temporarily Young and old people Me having singing every Wednesday and Saturday nights in upper Mooresyille ijeighborhopd I learn they are meeting with much success We understand that Mr Alex Yatestmsi been ippoined Overseer on t he Booker pike Mr John GriUblns on six mile of the Springfield and Blpomfiejd pike Mr Matt Truax Vas in Spen cer county the first of the week It is rumored that Mr W S Goou has sold his stock of merchandise to Mr Matt Truax possession to he given April 1st 1962 There Was a gun railed off at W S GodesSaturday night Emerson Barlow being the lucky man A pistol was raffled at S H Weakleys at the same timr Bud Rogers being tho lucky man F Valley Hill News is very scarce in our vi cinityMr Toney Hundley was over from Bloomfield last week H H Tatham bought of Jotson Lyddjinc i lot of shoats at jet Mr Minis bought two work mules of Louis Hamilton for j250 Mr Frank Moore of L uisville is visiting his many friends in 1this community Tatham andoS bought a bunch of shoats from llruoc patln1sMrr EUdio Lyddanp shipped his tobacco to Louis vil It last week and has gone lo u tc sell Mr Barber Clarksou was in pfliItion getting siiif rs for a nra delivery route We wish hm success andIMr Sutherland are having a tUlnpikcqwtillllt lOpSprecinct and Mr Sutherlandt in IMo jresvillo IIotli coitlcmrr are nico men and I make the suggest ion tthat we run borli jncn for magistrate neXt time 011011 someboly iinieresiioil in the tirn pikes They arc ii hmJ tix jfdSr vnw JJmN Nally iftor fnvoral days sickness is out again 1Bud Mnttingly solia nieo heifer to Aspor AuVrry forSu Mrs Rose Cecil we iro sorry to 16aru is sick with piuiitiionia Ray Srhith lost a nice cow a few days ago Will Hytlt lost one also Rch Smith sold his celebrated jack to Thomas Vancleavo of Missouri for 300 A mule kicked ViJl Rynes a few days since indicting a very painful wound Wat OBryan is able to drive out a short distance after several days connnment to his bod Miss Katie Logsdou of St Marys was visiting the family lteBorn last Saturday night to the wife of Rich Smi hahoy to the wife of John Mcdlry a girl Mr Robert Montgonery is very sick and not expected to live manydays Vithout a great change We would like to have free rural delivery mail service but IlJPPl 1 not so anxious to write a colunm on the sQbject we are on the route leading by St Ros via iBearwallow Total Wh atlys long creeiiipg form Is seen quite often wirlog utj he head waters of Cart wrights Cruek Yes and John nonothIino about the attrjictioj ISpring has came with Uts t Its grasses apd sweet flowers have begun lifting their heads above the earth toil ing that winter is gone 05 ittheand thi merry boys as tthey go leading their teams down yonder h11 sjde are whispering it in song Now the burning of plant beds and strewing of seedviIlgo on tlie planting of trees and the repairing offences will be noticed by the passer by and we implore every one to plant a few trees along the roads I will say nothing about the turnpikes as they are a thing of the past The only way is to vote the toll gate back and let roads go until every one is for t There might be another way anhati- s tax every one just as near what their toll used to be and make them pay it or beat rock WILUSBURti G W Morritt was in Danville on business last week Austin Cheatham Jeft for ill- inois last Tuesday uiorning1- Kuel poster of your town paid our town ji call last Sunday tyv W Hyatt was in Louis vil1un business jVvvdays last week John Turner mid mother wer visiting relatives near 1mt Fa blow t week Mr Ton Keed is out uinoaf his fiiends a ram after a few diys illinss Horn to tli wife of Kicliaid Pinkston a twelve pnuid boy on list Frid y Edd Birch of lliis pllirc visited a certainly oun r lietlot Kirk land lat Sundiiy Miss Mary Cii idr entirlained tier friends ill most cliirinin r iiKinner Thursday nidlt Otiice idj olda youi1 hors to Mr MrKee rf Xels rouily hist week for si no s If llOW1m1mmml Vil Baxter jof AiiU TMi ijniy vie ni our toVU ilIe Iii It of till Wee Iu OIIIpI ti dlt wiil gif mr4mIitml Dll 1miIzj4 IHVls uxt k rill Ir illg 11 LIdip BiidfId IJIJtillj of HrriMdsuiMg isicid 1 Hiliis llr Mis Mj hic Siiniand last Suiiday Mrs A ft cilsi viinng lur rhti j wJlIdldville this vctk Mr lliulus isier awl Miss fhITYtIPIIwllod iiul Mis Lult Mrritt llda lyi1 11ijl to iatliaiu jriimg hslIIII v f 2viJ IiN Ih ALii att4tIIitm- ntjml Ii fIiII I Ij i11kp limtt j ic Ihu Ig 1i- v4 Mi John LVrr of lIiiUlapolis was ii our village several days last weclc- Mr Steve Lrjgsdoii did vif isitd the family of Tl lH Kelly Sunday last Mr VVafii AdIllll is deliver big corn to Mr John Shudei this week at ier barrel Master Frank Lug don who was accidolitallV shot some tjine lrIsons sold lioo pounds of tobiicco to the Continental linn of yoUr town at Hnts Miss Mattie liegley has ro turned from a if extended visit with frieads and relatives at Texas As it has hen quite a tune since we have seen anything from our little town I will try to Write a few i to ins Our School Begun here last Monday morning with large at tendance Mii Elli Duncan teacher Mr Sinion Adams has return ed to hishome in Illinois after two month s visit vith his par ents at this plaN Mr and Mrs JJ B FomvHi Mrs Torn Nallv and Allie Spala Gettin Thinis all right if you are too fat alreadyFatyour healthy a little more or les is no great harm Too fat consult a doctor too thin persiste itly thin nomatter what cause rake Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil There are many causes of get ting too thin they all come Under these two heads cver pork and utld rdigestion Stopoverwork if you can but whether you can or not take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil to balance you rself with your work You cani live on ittrue7but by it you ran ThIlimit howe er youll pay font Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the readiest cpre for cant eat unless it corn s of your doing no workyou cant long be well and strong wi hout some sort of activity The genuine has this picture on it take no other notcri forIt you SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409StreetNew 50c and 1OO all drug isis jug aif visiting relativesi in Iiilii1Jounty this week Mr J Ni Cull and AviH Avere called to Harrodsburg lat week to the bedside of his sisteri Mrs leitic Xoel who is VITV lov with consumption roles l1oncy Tr- Cures coughs and cold Curl hfoiichitis and aslliia Citrim CryltlpaIHIwhonling h Cures Jioarveiies8 and br ncliial troubles Cures piieuinnniu aud ripi1 Iotildtit hcip jrcttintr a t1J n vor creH ij hut carrying home a tx ttie of HallanN Ilorchound Syrup auil iisiny it as directed vill curl the wur t kind f eolith jr old Prico 25 an 50cts Havdj and Kobertson XK iniT tliu KhiK- of0111 tl1 till iic ITISI Zeit rcro inh ivi whh han boon tiitmna N lt yf liftiitf tI UiiiK III nilojrilil y th 11 lViy lit at IIlit paiaot of Voitiain Ujj on till 11It Ilfnv tlioIJaliOl The 111 Whit riv tI UHi ilcjilly Ftl intb dean mel cluijitcr o v tIr Mrc 1lliuLt by nai to ninsttT hl in jiriiuirati for iti Thost wn ar anirod- icn 1 la bit1 tlf Tvn ti ipUT MJ so ca Fln Ii vhc u Id i m tio lliuo 0 Vost- iii vis liKod by his nobles T iI ito tlii dour tlllli mitorn yii rR 4 ii his sliicli Tho T to iho of tho j1 of ooiv iv tllI tho ti Vi11 ill the Iltir to tt tvrii by poairiini his lin or wIl I slioild airy the iim of the reualia to lio ah the proieysion Jioguii Lon 111 1 1i TziniT iiitlaA jlsnt nile trtoi close Jojiiiicr The avcrayi onhard is sot out Idl icl jfirt IIlt1iC vonty IT flirty It pud as nnieii Vii hush u niiieiiiu8 trathend from a Jh muo TW Jt 1 i T itji liij di iijj i6i iiwti tlItWiig WiWijjijiijjWw 3 S We BuyBu10s f I J51 lf I Th DU lL rnI 1t Cj r Loadf flo i- Any Ij and a andbr+ ad v for pringt I TIWEI 2 You must remember is near at Jianjd ld1we have seejds of al H fcIIWe a Specialty of Northern OatsS tTHOMPSON GREE 7 fSPRINGFIELD K tf 1 DEATH BY ARSENIC The JVnjr Thin Poison Act Upon the human Stem Vhon a sinplo dose of arsenic In 8ufI ficcnt qiuiiitity to bo felt has been tnk colicky pains bowel disorder and Ililiapa natisii iWillt In the course an hour mutter a poisonous dose Ijaa 110 taUcu an intense burning pain IsI filt in the oiophaKUs and stomach This spreads to entire anterior pot tin of tile lover part of the trunk A souse uf constriction at the throat and nil acrid metallic taste accompany the pain Then vomiting and relaxation of the bowels begin As thecase pro gresses the symptoms increase in tensity Then comes a thirst that wa tar will not allay although it appar ently increases the stomach disturb ance The victim groans and Now he Implores the doctor to save him Then he begs to be killed and put out of pain The extremities become icy The pulse is small feeble and fre qu nt and the breathing Is labored embarrassed and painful because otj abdominal tenderness The surface of the body becomes dark and of that liiuish color that medical men call cy torIIsometimes from live to twenty hours In some cases these symptoms occur in a modified form and the doctor will apparently gOt the better of the forIl the frame Shivering will become pro nounced trembling then cramps vulsions and Bird Ire Like Haitian Being Canaries like human beings vary very much in character sumac cpcks ing so indifferent and idle that they will let the hen do all the work of building and rearing while they selves sit and plume their tbewII others again are perfect their manners waiting on the hon with a quiet courtesy and seeing thatnll she requires is ut once brought to her Apaln hens vary In disposition sonic hens behaving in a quiet inodest way attending to their young ones with regularity while others are in a constant state of chatter with their husbands pecliing and arguing with them every time they go near Thus we see that those little birds have their tiffs domestic quarrels not unlike ourselves Chambers Journal Eye Prank Witness lie looked me Straight Jn tlie oye and Lawyer There sir you flatly contra dicted your former Witness How Lawyer You said before that ho bent his gaze on you and now youll pViiH explain how he could look you straight in the eye with a bent gaze The Ivincl Yon have Alkvays Bought and which has been tn use for over 30 Venrs has borno the signature of J has been made under his per 14r1and supervisien since its infancy no 0110 to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justnsgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants nud Children against Experiment What isi CASTORIA Cnstorin is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Pare goric Drops and Soc thing Syrup It is Pleasant It contains neither Oph in Morphine nor other Narcotic Its ago is its guara too It destroys Worms and allays Fcvcrishness It cures Diarrhooa and Wind Colic It relieves Tccfthing Troubles cures Constipation mid Flatulency It jsshnUates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels glviiig healthy and natural sleep The Panaejea Tho Mothers Friend CENUINE Q STQRIA ALWAYS Bearjs the of J The Kind Yo Have Always Bought tInUse F rOver 30 Years mcctNTAucouItANvvuuRAcewyouc J id woomv uifordto sell HiI ein ntilose Jgtirs Our houSB ji ti w tthuIf in m o of thi Hti osih n mlI nob = hlS YijiS on the market Ityleandall riifiCall make selection SEEDING JJ grass kinds i make Seed I wrltl1esI death statement Experience substance Childrens Signature i lrc Insurance f- II S U rRseMUTUAL jl 1 Investprit Company cf Lexington Ry- GWWcELROy r km II AGENT I1 Springfield Ky CEMENT 5j At Lowest Prices ROUGH LUMBER t ifO t L r DHESS D LUMBERI r SASH and DOORStFTL LATH and SHINGLESiP OONTRACTING mst nything in the building line at the SPRINGFIELD LUMBERCOs Yard t i ftflTDBTftV AVCALL AHl ulil rMGoOfr riaSti f J MARITIME EXPRESSIONS Cued In a Metnjihorlpal Sense Tier Are Quite Coiuatoii Maritime cxpressions usod mcfa phoricuv are in fact very cotnhtn Wo say couple are splivecl a youa man is mainstay of his family an intruder puts his oar the mem ber from Vayback steqrs throuRh a man hard up sometimes taxcn aback or has wind taken out orI his sails a toper Is slewed a loafer spins ir yarn sometimes lres the other tack and a ruler steers the ship of state through j troublesome times Tlii last lmetaphor Is extremely an cleat by the way Horace refers to Rome as a ship at sea pnd Plutarch says the Delphic oracle referred tc Athens tn the same way A Tamil Baying embodies a like metaphor Time soul Is the ship reason tis beltS the oars are the souls thoughts and truth is the port Anj old collection of English proverbs contains this one The tongue Is the ruddpc of oursuip A Malay maxim says pheboat wblcb bl1uediout1but l 4 an expression which comesqoDto as as an English saw To row one way and look another Anold Eng llsh proverb 1G14 wasIt Is not good to have aii oar In every ones boatSUnited Service Lest Pate Vorx oThns illo trirnt SmithPoor Wwlerly 1s harlcs a hard Umo of It UIsfliuttvltoot n divcrcb fron hJ you now Jareii anti tic has a hard tUnu I supposeSniltb Is hi present wifes dressmaker ObJcc G News Two la1ai Tess Arent you golugj to cholf IQ hearsal Jess tonIghtI I Youd better Were colnff to sir that new hymn a trlnJJCant Vm going to give nW blm a trial myself tA Way to Kill Fashionable Doctor out for n days 1Whats ooJtorIt Is stated that when tbe husband Is younger than tbi wire the qffsprlpg U moo apt to be a girl tfcair a boy Wizen TT lBB Wai beftlyyA The case of the PebpleSgainst M line heard by the governor of5 New Haven colony In coundlpn Way 4y Indicates the attitude toward lIcensed kissing in thbsefhnes It ap peared that Jacob Murllne and Sarah i Tuttle bad been canghtkIss1ng cacb otber 1 Jacob tried to throw the blame on Saralu saying he thought she bad with Intent leV fall her gloves gr h de nied the Intent Jacob then admitted that he took her by ibe bad lad they both sat down uPon A chest but whether be kyased her or she iy ied thoughtIor It since until Mc flayEiIdbJ that he t1notiaydOtto b urjtaig lie ought The stern governor after tl1iJyJel turlrig the gnllty parties on the eibfml tyot their offense decreed that itbe- sentence therefore concerning tbeii that they shall pay either of ttosit a fine ot20 shillings to the coloay t Bereavemeat maa aiiSThe following curious advertlMBkat Is taken from a Spanish joareal Tkli mornIng our Saviour summoned away the jeweler lob aId IIm4ga fromil shop to another and better world Tk undersigned his widow will weep vp onhla tomb as will also bla twodugli ters HUd and Emma the forBaiw ef whom Js married and the latter Is eyen to an offer The funeral wlft takepl ce tomorrow HlV dltcontelat wMtjr Verouiqtio Illmaga P sns be reav merit Witt f Jot Interrupt oreployment which will be carried eiae usual ooly our place baitoeMiwlII be removed from8 Let l iaIMitiitfcn to 4 Rue do Mlsalonalre aaeanapSIng landlord baa raised the rettJamea GnetteiTO Cure tke Sthtaierer It Is said that st mmerera rarely it ever show any Impediment of ijtteech wbenVspeaklng In whispcfg O jthla tact a method of treatment HI bees advocated which Is as follows For the OrsCtenMays speakftf Is prolaibitcL Thij will allow rest to Ute oke aod constitutes the preliminary stage of treatment During the next tfJl day speaking Is permlsslbl6 In tbe whisper tug voice and In the courses t tbe ext flfteen days the ordinary coavcnatlofi nl tone may be gradually employed j Not to Blame ShSaturday1s our silver weAiing oU think we oaght te kIltke JDonty have a feastl the pig I dot ee why the poor aqlmal la to blame fOr what Happened tweatylTt 1IOiOd-on TitrBiti mlj I BURTON- firftDENTpENTIT tEETH EXTRACTED ViTHOUT PAIN I ii3rf2Lbtflj HIis- If RIHf1L1LI t A1Hf Pcftita wr k i rlul iljvlj ff Firste lass IIa i tO DiaJsJTiIiOPWWtiSMuKTHuui iNy t rnuie Uy located V f SPRINGFIELD KY f ORVJ H LAMPTONJ P OPPICE I Opera House jj DItSJSMOGKj SPRINGFIELD KY I 1 sUPIOEtfr Irofiues over Peoples Deposit t t3ak LOffice bnufs 12 to 2 pm j orl fWF GRIGSBY ATTORNEYATLAW Oc over People Baqk- SPRlNGFJELD KYIJ Opera House i iONE NIQHfTf kinrday March 115th jHIIBERf LAADIE8p Grand Scenic Spectacular and eElectric production of Goethes aSublimeFAUSTp 11 MrV Hubert Labadie Si 0v1epbisto i Mary Van Trompf as Mhrgoprite 4nd nn excellent company of artists in their upporLpI l The entire scenic nnd electric production is rurriod by tbe company Prices 228 50O and 776 Centsg Seas oonertsons Drue StoreQc S The Eminent Kidney H and Bladder Specialist t fIZIi Laboratory There Is a disease prevailing in this decepliveitheart dUease pneumonia heart failure kidneydiseaae attacktheThemselvesS cellThenbleakacutBrightsDiseaseDr KlUners SwampRoot the new dls covery is the true specific for kidney bladder and urinary troubles It has cured thousands of rffortshavefailedc end dollar sizes A sample bottle sent free SwampReotDrKUmerCo Binghamton N Y and mention this paper tpaTMCouk Mill werfcM elf the Void Laxative BromoQninine Tablets curs a cold In one lay No Cure no Pay rice 25 centf No one knows the unbearable tor ture one undergoes from piles unless they areso afflicted Tablers Buckeye 5ilei Ointment is a quick safe and painless cUre Price 50 cents in bot ties Tubes 75 cents Haydon an Robertson When children Ii ave earache aturat apiece of cotton with jBallards Snow Linemcnt and place it lu the ear It will stop the pain quickly Price 25I aHd2i cents i i Haydon aud Robertson v fL cb law Praia Cobwebs tbbweb3putou a cut lutely gay eft worn an lockjaw Mill ms know tnat the bet thing to put oiitf cut is LJucklens An lea Salve the lirfalable healer of Wounds Ulcers SpreiISkiri Xruptiopc Burns Scolds and PJlittod It dur fS or no pay Oniy 25c tH 1donIRpb rL drugstore Soon LL- a L- vOj j c I 1We MI ereirjbez the geaalnt ly Tablet is ntW a sold e tIQ LIf TOWN r H Wiiinnl OO WiHil Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest Ii iiAU About Yourself Friends and Acquaintances t f-Lcs9cw4Mw FOR SALE One I UNI 3- iLWZCGRIGSBY NuH rn hi f V ql oiitlts for trIFOR KENT Six rooms over J A Shtiders store Apply to LUTHER BURNS Thompson and TJ teen keep tho genuine Oliver chilleJ plow re pairs FOR SALE One buggy find harI ness good as new W C G IGSBYI PoR SALE A good young jack L T SPALDING Early Rose Burbanks Ohio Triumphs and all EarlyI eed potatoes and Garden seeds at Irvine McElroy FOR SALE Several milch cows fre hand calves for sale R A THOMPSON Frederickstown KII WANTED To sell one bellows nd vice one Oliver chilled plow 100 bushels corn Aply to Dr S J SMOCKJ JpreachinHe will also preach iin Spring eld as usual both morning and evening Mr J J Sharpe and Miss Lulie Wilson two popular young eople of Willisburg were married yesterday at Mackville and left on the train for Louisville nd other points IrFOUND Perry ville ik between Springfield and Plasant Rut a pair of douh- eigt gold rim spectacles which the owner can have Oy calling at the NEWS LEADER office and paying for this advertisement The new livery stable of S B Thompson has about been com leted and is a model of conven ience being commodious and comfortable as well Messrs Stanley McGill of Bardstown did th work The production Of Faust to be iven at the QJJeru House here tl1 Saturday promises to be one f the best attractions of the season and should be well attended Seats are now on sale at aYdon Robertson DIEDAt her home near town Dixie the beloved daughter of Mrs Elizabeth Clements in the 19th year of her age The deceased was a young girl of beautiful traits of character and Jier death was a sad blow to her rela ve and friends The weather having cleared work has been resumed on the excavating for the foundation or the uew hotel to be erected by Mr John R Barber Plans for the hotel are all accepted and the work will be pushed with all possible speed FOR SALE One thoroughbred Bull yearsold lood red in color an extra good individual Bred by the late John Simms This bull is kind and gentle and is not- oguish or breachy tf J K WALLS We have a suggestion from one of our subscribers to wheat growers It is to sow spring wheat in the fields in spots where the winter wheat is thin or frozen out entirely This plan has been tried and has had the effect of making a good yield of wheat in fields that had a very pqor prospect Below is a remedy for smut poison from whichso marny cattle in this county have died It has been tried and is said to be very effective Threeheaping table spoonsful of soda one pint of sweet mi k two gills of whisky put in a quart bottle fill remain ing space with water shake thoroughly and drench The management of Labadies Faust which is to be produced at the Opera House here on Satur day night authorizes the an nouncement to be made that if the performance is not a true production of Goethes famous notIThe Town Trustees 4iave pur chased of L B Ong representing the Fabric Fire Hose Co fj New Yoijk400 additional feet of TOPICS jII- y 1 fire hdse with nozzles and other aopertenances necessary to lit up another hose reel The town Jias now 1200 feet of lire hose and as soon as the pther reel is made and located the require ments of t le fire insurance corn panies will e teen met Tle- town is then promised a reduced rate on i iur nce A CARDS I desire to thank my friends for their liberal patronage while connected with Mr Torn Halrdesty in the Darber business and trust they will con- tinuei their patroiage with him and his assistants- DD TAI p The indications are that the deall between the Springfield Water and Electric Light Co andMr Fred Balcom thd representative of the Central Guaran tee and Trust Co of Philadel phia is all off or nearly so A letter received from the Phila phia concern here the other day announced that Mr Balcom Was no longer connected with that company Nothing further has BacomIout the deal look slim and a long ways otr- Maro the magician delighted the audience which nearly Tilled fthe Opera Hous on last Friday night with his featsQin legerder main Mar is all right as an entertainer His tricks are mystifying and he has a pleading ways ulfout him that ciptvates and amuses an audience The musical part of the entertH mnent alone was well worth the price rforIImunceMaro and the othor assistants in the entertainment were fully equal to their parts and there have been few performances this season that pleased so wellas Maro John C Thompson whoso homo is near Frederickstown tthis county and who iis quite well known horo shot ands riously wounded Felix Downs in Nelson county last Tuesday Thompson who is a U S Store keeper stationed at a Nelson county disliikiy it soouis was on jthe road near tho distillory talk jing to Cieo Bolmoarwhon Downs approached and began oinako some remarks to Thompson about a moonshine raid the latter had been on a few days before Sonic hot words passed betwoon the men when Thompson drew his pistol and shot Downs twice one ball entering the abdomen making a serious Wound Thompson it is said claims self defense and that Downs had threatened his lifo George Hardin Dead The remains of George Har din who died in Louisville were brought to this place anti buried on last Saturday The docotisod was the youngest and only remaining son of tho late Judge Robert Hardn and was born at this placo fIt was about thirty years of ago and married Ho had a good many relatives heie and friends who remember him well as a boy He was a brother of Miss Pauline Hardin State Librarian f Millii y The season is war at hand when the ladies will want to see the now ioations and styles of ladies hiis for the coming sea son Iioy shall not be dis appointed if they will eaUat Mansfield for they have been very busy during the winter months iii gathering from all style centers the very latest in all the neW uptodate millinery goods They have secured the most stylish Parisian patterns from a New York exclusive pattern house Direct importation from theyhavery from Chicago St Louis Cincin nati and the other large import ersThey have added much more improvingwith glass front cases have secured the service of Miss Willie Knott and Miss Fannie Simms for the season Will ahcosliov the most fash ionable lines of ladies corsets andITheir opening will be early The lidies are Ivite 1 t cill 1 fRiss ttttttitttttttttttE I II- AL41 1 I Inu SCIENTII1IC OPTICIAN u rtiive t 2RSU AL lise Kertha H ydon ia vit ng reli tivei d tfwi ii8 Josk iuiivIIie yesterday morning Miss Annie D Uruntlv is visiting celatves in Louisville A n Campbell went to Loniavllio yesterday on business Mr Davis Bohon of Harrodsburg tvaq in town the first of the week Mrs Ella Taylor and Miss Mar tha lays of Maple Hill were hereMon lay vIitedweek W D Claybrooke and F W Grigsby attended church at Mt Zion Margaret Leachman has re turned from an extended visit to relatives in Louisville Messrs 1C Janes and Charles Corn of Harrodsburg paid tbe town a flying visit the first of the week Mr W T McMillan of tim Revenue spentIMiss Rebecca McWboVter who has been attending school at Campbells ville visited her parents here latt week Mr R C Bradley the contractor of Harrodsburg is here this week look ing after some building contract be ito undertake IJ R Durrettol Bloomfield Was here the first or the Week on Villianji Petelii Sunday to see hiIarellts and his many friends in his old home Washington county famished four members of the petit jury for the the spring term of the United states District Court which convened in Louisville this week with Judge Wal ter Evans on tba bench They are G W Clarc and S O Milton Willis burg F Shewmaker and B B Parks Beechland Messrs Ernest and Joe Mansfield writing to their parents here give an acconnt of the yiait of Prince Henry to Harvard College and of bid entertainment Tlie degree of L L D was conferred on the Prince at Harvard anduie Mansfield boys were among the number of students fortunate onougi to witneBu the ceremonies Only bout one third of tie students of the rollege were permitted to be pr i it on account of prei crowd HardestyLanham Nr Thomas Haidosty off this phuc Mitl viss KIIHJUI Lanhain of Lebanon wore married llat noon yiiskiday at tin latter place The c r mony took place at the ivsilcuc of Rev Father Hogarty who officiated Mr Charles Greene of this place oiHciatcd as best man nail only a few friends were present Immediately after the marriage the bridal couple left for Louisville from which place they will visit the grooms parents in this county then re turn to Springfield where they will reside The bride tnlaughter of the late F Lan ham and has many admirers for her beauty and attractiveness Mr Hardosty is a young man with a host of friends in Springfield and Washington county who will wish him and his bride all happiness possible in their wedded life Notice The firm of Thompson and Lake having dissolved all par- iS indebted to that firm are re quested to settle with Mr A C Kimball with whom all accounts have been placed for collection Respectfully THOMPSON LAKK For Rent Two rooms in the old brick building J M BURTON TilE cLrpoAND tTEAIINfi j CURl FOR CATARRHElys Easy and pleasant to use Contains no injurious drug It quickly ab HEAD110r CATARRH It opens and cleanses the nasnl pns sages nlluys inllamhiatlon heals and protects tho membrane Restores the senses of tato and smell Largo size 50 cents at drueglsts or bv mall trial size 10 cents by mail ELY RltQTHERS Warren strootNow York Children often inherit feeble d gestive power and colic ofd more or less severe character result when food is taken which iis at all difficult to digest Whites Cream Vermifuge acts as a perminent tonic Price cents Haydon and Robertson CANADASI CoiESB rr IHES SpN TO COME DEF RE DOMINION PARLIAMENT Blnoh Work Plnnnril For a Shirt IniCoronationI short session Is predicted for the IA parliament which opens at Ottawa on the second Thursday In February Prorogation will probsbly take place on or before May in oider to allow the prime minister Sir Wil rid Lauricr ample time to prepare for his trip to England to attend the cor na tion of King Edward in June Sir VII rid will be accompanied by most If not nil of the provincial premiers there are eigtyt of themand a picked escor of Canadian militia Itecent byelectfons have resulted In a considerable addition to the rn ments already large majority gi ing It the assurance that any measure hatIt proposes can be successfully carried against the combined opposition o Its political opponents Probably one of the first questions that wilt come up at this session Is that of payment by Canada of the expe uses of the third contingent the first por foySouthernment in the recent elections m ikes it clear that the great mass of the Eng lish speaking people of Canada siting ly favor the idea that the Dominion should pay the cxpenses of its tr ups operating against the Boots A strong effort is about to be made to bring back Canadas high stami hug as shipbuilding nation and out of the must Important questions to cume before parliament will be the granting bounties to encourage that industry On the great lakes there are net litI present nearly enough Canadian yes sels to handle Us rapidly grotving grain trade which has increased 000000 tons duriiig the past ten years The government will he urge to change Its policy of subsidizing fo cigu built vessels and devote the n ouey heretofore spent in this waJt aid home shipbuilding The subject of a fust Atlantic mall service Is likely also to be sort nisly considered Recent negotiation be tween the Canadian government and the British colonial oflke seem to mull cate that the long standing dltlicu ty as to the nmoupt of subsidy will be ore = fUMKAL nOVRC or rAui4smmi come by Dominion Increasing the iiiuniMt on condition ttbalrspccliufiicil l1ilo nrerwroxlded on the mail steamers for carryjog CanadhCn dairy prduce UKlheEngllsh innrnllfothlr new Ktcnmers will be n sptfd of twentyone knots Another Important undertaking likely to come up before the Cnnad an par liament Is the proposed canal to con nect Lukes Huron antI Erie TIC plan In to build canal from son e on the eastern shore of Luke I a point on Lake Erie between pointI harbor and Port Burwell Th gian Bay Canal company will jlso for an extension of two years t me askI Several railway charters will be Dllcdtorthe more Imuortunt bilng Nobility RecommendsNervine The above portrait isthat of Countess Mogelstud of Chica grtlll whose gratitude for the benefit received from the use of promptedher It affords me great pleasure to add my testimony to the very excellent AlthoughIage soothes the tired brain quiets the irri sleepIof it in the yousCuIaIsTisA Countess Mogelstud MllesNervine strengthbuilder storing health immediately Sold by all Druggists Dr MIles Medical Co Ellhart Ind Maiutooa ana jvortlnvesterc tne Mp isslng und Ottawa whIch will run north and east froiii Lake Nlnlsslng to the Ottawa river through the Ijenrt of the deer country the Great Northern which Is ultimately intended to be a transcontinental lIne from Port Ar thur to Quebec and the Pacific by two roads through the Hocklea One from near Lake unltohu llifllih llMlVoII lowstone pass and the otljprTiom Swan river through the PinRiver pass to the Pacific const uearvhe Skeena riv er The Canadian Pacific wilf ask for authority to own property outside of Canada iA bill to create divorce courts will probably be introduced At the last session n nuuur for this purpose was eo strcigIotl bv Sir Wilfrid Lauder and lilt colleagres thiit It w Ii withdrawn There Las bfou u change of sentiment however nw Chief Justice Meredith tvcentfy said that tic Injustice of CJaiuulhin divorce laws prevented theroor man from having privilege that the rich inca had1 Divorces lii Canada arc granted by the senate A committee of nine mem bers is appointed befpre whom all dl Torce bills are laid Its findings then as a matter of form come before the senate and aye ratified This procedure costs all the way truism 700 to 5000 Thonsrlit She Wn a Calf When Mine SchumannHeinle TOrt thirteen her father was transferred to Gratz where a singing teacher Ma rietta von Leelalr recognizing Hi young girls talent offered to give her singing lessons without compensation For two years she studied nothing bir sol regglos Then she began learning Bongs Sue had a very doop contralto without any high notes at that time One day a caller hearing her sing Schuberts tier Tod mid dos Mad churn In an adjoining room said to her teacher I did not know that you taught young calves She is not a young calf replied Marietta von LOrlair Some day site will be a great singer Justav Kobbe in Womans Home Companion Tbe Antiquity of Wheat The Chinese cultivated wheat 2700 years before the beginning of the Chris tlan era always considering it ns a gift direct from heaven Scientific ng riculturists are of the opinion thqtH was widely known and cultivated by prehistoric man At the present time It is the principal bread corh of the leading European nations and is fast supplanting the use of maize or Indian corn In the American stat srIlleEgyptians attributed Its origin to Isis and the Greeks to Ceres The Diane Ordeal When n man Invites a friend on the treet to g6 home with him to dinner the nearer they get to the house the more obsentmlnded und timid he be comes until his attitude when they meet his wife is a positive apology Atchison Glob- eOitcntntiou Dl plny of TVenltb Tim Dnt Muggsy kid makes me tiredSalWhy Tim Aw he got a nickel surahow and ever feller he meets he nsts hUa et he kin change ltBoston Post When a lamb has been through his first experience In Wall street be gen emIly feels more sheepish Washing ton Time IIkeanaaLI i Ii J ililiiliIliili lil IJ TTsATTYirsf I And TTff Oosifs You Nofhingr You can gttalmost NYTHING YOU WANT in exchange for REBATE STAMPS fir gave away last Christmas a 100 mono sdinner set EXTRA to M ss Lizzie Adams for having collected the 3 most rebate stamps up tc that time On July 4th wo will give two 4B EXTRAS to tho two par lee collecting UM largest amounts of ro bate stamps by that date On collecting the largest amount to have Sfirst choice Will annou ce later what the EXTRAS will bo begin 5 at once to collect REBATE STAMPS Here are the stores that 5 want your cash trade s J GRUNDY CL YBROOKE McINTIRES Everything ngw in Dry Goods Shoes Clothing Ladles nnJGents swear Prices cant be beat S Jol N C SHADER t Staple and Fancy Groce lea and Country Produce A complete esstock everything you ask for no Justout business goes clerks who wait on you like they want your trade and give you rebate stamps too WOOD WIMSATT s PricesJ es A complete line of Hardware and Farmers Supplies also groceries 4 JOIN Y MAYES S Furniture and Undertaking everything the latent get our prices E1i ii 3Careful attentlon e i ALWAYS ASK FOR REBATE STAMPS tlt Ot ttt ft f t Ot O t t f J rrviirin =ii2jinyfipj S We list You to pfjfrif M 1 Grocery Bigness ttymg tosecufe Treatment We are constantly J adiding to q iriSll of and Fancy Groceries lj1t11 and to keep a strictly togdate Grocezzy We already verytd much encouragedbythe liberal patron lage our friend and will endeavor toprove of ycfur patronage We give cash tickets J We deliver jgoods free your home 7PHONE 57 L ITHE GURRY lAPP nNGGROCBRS l1Wqf W rq9 I- seWee Invite Your Inspection Of our elegant Stock of NEW X30ODS Ores flewJGoods all the new weaves Waist Goods Silks Silk x 00 Ginghams Madras and Mercerized k Effects A 1 We are now pre pared to show a completestockof CLOTHING c Th largest and most attraclive we have er r shown arid LOWER IN PRICE Than you will find elsewhere rJ u The purpose r LOf PRICED Staple propose worthy I opened large Stockof CORSETSThe White Blue Dont fail to our Wall Paper Carpet Lace Curl am and Rug Depart 4J J it is pow more complete than J ever before In Shoes we are showing Vici Kid Patent Calf Patent Kid Velpur Calf BOX Calf c naH last from the plainest to jmost extreme Call and examine We Guarantee to Suit you Ii buyersAlwayspatronagewe 1 Cunning tt Dug an TII q i Time Crecentjss an EmT Ictn The crescent has been known since time out of memory In nncfcnt my thology It decorated the Iforeheafls of Diana and t f Astarte the Syrian Yo nus In the days of Ropes greatest glory the ladles wore It llls nnonja meat In their hair Slnci the founda LIon of Constantinople tb ancient By zantium it has been the p tnblem of the city andns such adorns ts walls and public buildings besIde being stamped on its coins and postage The legend which accounts for Its ui Iversal addp lion in Turkey and Con tantlnoplein particular la as follows rhlllp of Mncedon laid siege tojthfl city In the year 340 B Q Ho chose a night of utfiisual darkness for the pro nosed assault but n atIJilCabYtthe moon suddenly breaking from behind a cloud In commemoration this providential deliverance the crescent was jiUopted as the symbol of the city The Mohammedan Bultnti3 TverOtefow to assume this emblem qqUt some one mentioned that It was tho symbol of Increasing greatness poWer Changing as rapidly as the pbaesOf the moon s T rt we are in t I For iii f id y a o icy jxir fnd vi stock are of to I I in in Just out a c 1 Pink and visit ment made the them t I What WoR Her I thought silo was going to irryi V Toni t No Jack tWhy she told mo WU1l HC tp die for her end 14If fcIIVCStbut Jqek oered to make a i t foFTier itgood Hvlnk Oonierrhtloa of EaerKT 1j You say you never goslprNever nnsrered Miss Ctywu When 1 feel disposed to bearJT neighbors discussed I merely inentlo a unrae nnd proceed to hlstcnWas filugton Star i t+ CAST0RIA i 1 For lafiuiti sM Odiirw- IhiKMYMi mA i ytlM W tBoars the iI sLJLeignatuw of 6U MBEGM r i W Wsishington DtC March 10 02 The fight in the Senate over 4 the Isthian Canal which proru A rises to be a battle royal an entirely butside of party lines T 6pehed this week with the re port of the subcommittee of thi aiiSenate Canal committee against jXliacceauce cf the offer of l1 1 l Panama Canal Co on account of title complications arid for other reasons The subcomittee ich made this report is composed of SenatorsMorgan Mitchell Kitt ridge Prltchard Poster of La r and Turner Mr Kittridge will present a minority report The next battle will be in thefull CQ mmittee of eleveti members All tne side issues have een elimi naTedand thefight willbe squarely between the Nicaragua and Pa 1 nama routes It is certain that the Nicaragua route will win in committee asseven of the com mittee are known to favor it white four are committed to the Panama route It is equally certain that a majority of the Senate favor the Nicaragua route but the minority is a strong one strong enough if so dis 1 posed to eAsily prevent any r legislation on the subject That is what tHe friends ofa canal regardiess of a route among whom the President is counted f now fear raJk of members of the Senate Fin nce committee which this week took up the House bill for repeal of the war taxes indicates that nomaterialcut in the bill is contemplate before it is report el to the Senate It will be FveryISenate committee feels that very House bill of any importance must b amended iffor no pther reason just to impress upon Rep r sentatives how much more ex pert Senators are at the legis lative game The civil service law gets another swat belovthe belt in the regular Legislative Execu tive and Judical bill passed by the Senate this week in a com tteeamendmeot placing abouk TOpjclerks in the various depart ments in Washington who were appointed on the temporary roll on account of tIle increase ih work cansed by the war with Spaiain the classified service without further examination The editor of the La Lucha a well known Havana paper whp is now in Washington does not take cheerful view of Cubas iimmediate future He ays nothing but annexation will place the jsiand upon a peaceful and prosperous basis and that lhisgpvernm nimado a mistake innofcfrpin thetirst openly ad opting1a policy intended toJead up to annexation He says The Cuban police or gendarmes can neither maintain order nor pro tect the plantations from the depredations of bandits which to Ihe number e of 500 or 600 p scattered in twentyor more bands though fne sugcr and to bacco betts continue ctnllow a in the old Spanish daJs to col lect backsbeesh from the wealthy planters and to harass the small farmers He signifi cantlyxadded that these bands off bandits are composed of the sane class of men that were drawn upon by Gomez and Maceo to fJrm the nucleus of thiailast tC1iban revolution and ByMlesigning parties might agaihbd welded together to form tTheDinner Pain Of the American working man is gen erally well filled In some cases it iis manykindsofof the wrong kind hard to digest and containing little nutri tipnAs a conaeg- uence many a work sopeformtrouble which inter feres with his health and reduces his work ing capacity Where there3o is indigestion or any other jndi Catjon ofais feascof tliestom o ach and its 11icctorgans of digestion and nu ofaDr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery will almost iinvan i perfe4flt x Mr Thoaa StatlbnCfloj writes i was talcen with severe I4 Ijeadaehe then cramps in the stomach and andlivercouldtcatCclcorn orseIlheaift I rt111tldnklag that Icould hot be cored Then ae or mYDeiihbonl said Take my adviceAnd iake DrIietCe Golden Discovery AndI gjfce aiew luau ont of yourself Qe firsthclpef toe o I thought 1 taather and after I Md taken eight bottles In sbcs sx weeks I waIW hedandounitI 4 utwarty l pound ram air I IsCalthytoday1t nk1 crns 1seIlealJ a formidable opposition to the Cuban government shortly to bg fs contageous The- lPresidenvwiII meet tiie lodging 1of the civil betvice Taw by tlfe bill tar permanent Ctnsns Bu eclasSihCd1sentce i makes them eligible for trans- f ror appointment tf otlnr government denJirtmonis without taking an examination with an executive dodgethat will dodger HeIwill approve the bill but prevent any if the clerks of theII Pension Bureau getting any benefit out of the law by instructing the heads of depart ments to ignore the claims of the Census clerks and make requisi tion upon theCivil Service Corn mission as usual when they are in need of clerks This is a little hard on those Census Clerks who have been expecting to get them selves permanently on Uncle Sams payroll without passing a civil service examination but to the unprejudiced public it is merely a case of dodgers being beatenat their own game The House devoted the greater portion of this week to the de bate on thsbill to change the rural free delivery service to the contract system and at timec the debate was quite sharp owing to cbargesaad countercharges GOOD ADVICE The most miserable beings in the world are those suffering from Dyspepsia and Liver Com plaint More than seventy five per cent of the people in the United States are afflicted with these two diseases nod their effects ucb as Sour Stomach Sick Headache Habitual Jos tivonesi Palpitation of the Heart Heart burn Waterbrah Gnawing and Burning Paths at the Pit of the Stomach fellow Skin Coated Tongue and Dis agree3ble Tasl in the Mouth Cowing up of For d after Eating Low Spirits etc Go to your Druggist and get t bottle of August Flower for 75 ceuis Two doses Will reliev vou Try it Get Greens Special Almanac Cough Settled Her Lungs My daughter had a terrible cough which settlec ou hcr lungs says N Jacksou Danville Ill We tried a great many remedies without releif until we gave her Foleysc Honey and Tar which cnred Her RefnVe sub s itute So Id by Wood anu Vin at Lamb Crop Short The liob crop will be sbbrt this yeai judging from different reports of the state In tbs county the41rruIs say the loss of lambs is fully one third and manyewes are dying They sty that eyes heads seep to be affected that ih9 satH look ing skyward and will occaston ally shake their hPH1s ad fall to the ground It is claimed that verymuclideposfts an egg inside of the sheeps wool which hatches a wormthat bore U way to the brain and unless the worm is killed it means death to the sheep Many say a mixture of turpentine aud coal oiL applied freely to the head will kill the worm as it is claimed the line went will penetrate the skull Lebanon Enterprise Cant Keep It 8ecrett The splendid work of Dr Kings New Life Pills is daily cqraing to light No such gtend remecjy for Liver and Bowel trouMe was ever known before Thousands bless them for curing Const ipidtton Sick Headache Biliousness Jaundice and Indi gestion Try them 25c a1 Hay donRobertsons drug store Severe Cold for three Months Too following lettet from A J Ns baum of Batevyille Ind tells its own story I suffered for three months with a severe oold A druggist pre pared mesoinc medicine and a docor prcscribcd for me yet I did nat itn andlTarfuse subst Uh i Sold by Wood and WirnsattSBad Ne ro Arrested Policeman William Vowel landed Howard Prewitt in jat1 here last Friday night arriving with him on Ihe irightj train from Louiville wh iv ho made the arrest Friday afternoon Prewit has been a fugifve tor several months and is rnther a slick coonsWhen arrested he tds working in a tobacco lact ny in the vestendof LouisvillK WtlIMr Yowell walked on m the negro was very much su- rprisedWell Howard s dc1 Yowell isnt it about tm ivereoln howe Gu4iB- oss i said Prewit lethinking about ging home or1 sometime He 1011offi er I that he had been ork tug utj Jyariotis piaoe in Lou4idlLBevei SUEA Doat tie the top of your Jelly and preeervo Jars In Ibo old tAatiJoned way Seal theta by the new quick absolutely sure wayby- a thin coating of Pure Refined Porailinc Has IBIaMotICI =appliedUseful ways about the bons Pall directions with each cake Sold everywhere Mode by since he fled imm date after commttnig the crime clmrtep against hijn Prew u wit IRS loos borne th repntaii ot being a bad nisrser wt nt on the warpath one niht n fnv m mths ago and start d a rouufi houseS in the negro barber shoptuear the depot He was ijected ncd- thedoorsbnrictdd He returned and finding the doors bolted he turned lous a gattltne sun or some large weapon the bl going through the door and odg ng in a negro by the name off Hardin who dird within a few days At the request of county Tuugo Cooper Governor Beckham offered a reward or p150 for Premtt arrest There were not a few who thought he was still hiding in this city HS father is sexton at the First Fresbylsrian church and the re port got circulated that the boy was hiding in the baTsptrient and a few were certain tthey aw a figure in the belfry The fact that Prewitt has bef h in Louis villo all the lime snows how absurd are sone of the repiris that gain circulation1 ThP last grand jury returned an indict ment against Prewitt for murder and it is said that a verystrong case will be mde out against him Lebanon Falcon Surgeons knife Not Needed Surgery iis no longer necessary to cure piles DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures such cases at once re rouslpainfulFor Burns scalds cuts wounds sores unIequaledHaydon and Robertson All who use Atomizer In treating nasal catarrh will get the best results from Elys Liquid Cream Balm Price includeing1 spraying tube 75cts Sole ly druggists or malice by Ely Bsos56 Warren St NV New Orleans Seqt 1 1900 Messers Ely Bros Isli two but ties of your Livuid Cream palm to a customer Win Lsmberton 1415Del achuiscSt New Orleans he has used the two bottles giving him wonderful and most satisfactory results Gao W McDtHF Pha tnacist Pioneer Monk Dead Brother Antonio t1t11ist f the pIoneer IVappiss w ca n over froin Prince Ui ISIS t found the Abbey of Getnsem ni in this county dldSunday min ing Se Jvral wee s ago w is ill witn thn trripvtt ijipareitly recove ed He v niir d ou too soon caught c ijd ani suffered u relapse E1t never rallied Thu fin to p1 ice Tues day morn ni and was conducted wiih the impressive smipliciiv wrvich m xrKs the hurialof tn Trapuist monk Requem mILs was Cflebrated in UIH sime church after which ail tIS brothers of the community gathered in the little cemetery and watched their oldcomrade consigned to earth Brother Antinine was buried in the brown cowl of the lay brother Brother Aitoniie wore the cowl of the Trappit for fifty five years He was the oldrst monk in this county and perhaps the oldest in the vhloi Trap pist order HJ was a native of France and wi igMy the years of aLe H e erod the French Abhey of Mullrv where the Trappist ordnrwn founded The shrunken Ii tt IIiO of Brother Antonine was fnniliar ImouslhomeorheSJIU HH was prnrfute to iit xjany nf the Abhrvs giII anti he 11I11g1haldf new world s muy year aIRaw Or inflamed Lungs Yeild rapidly to the wonderful curative and healing qualities of loleys Honey and Tar It p events pnen monia aud consumption from a hardj ccld seated on the lungs Wood and Wirasatt Worse Than a Blow From a hard fist iis the buffet olccld wind upon a paic of improperly pro teeteb lungs A few minutes exposure to cold may be the beginiug of ccn sumption Lose neither time nor courage Fbrttty yourself against pulj monaly troubles including con um ption with Allens Lung Balsam A few doPes will loosen the cough and en aUe you to pet rid of the phlegm tHat produces if Cure so jn fi Hxvs Tinr ftJId StaudeatiiFrom A fine the Ztdie Boobs was stolen frOm her barn ion the Samuels pike one night this week After riding the animal nearly to death the party turned her loose Sue re turned howe late tde next day and is in danger of dying from the ill treatment s ie received SheriffCokendolpher arid his deputies Messrs Janes Vittitoe and Edward bell UXM to the penitentiary at Frankfort es terday the ullojving prisoners convicted at tin recent term otI Uinuit Court Elijah Hazel murder 17 years Ellis A len colored bretkuig into corocrib Itwo years John Meyers and Van McCarthy breatting into warehouse of New Haven Mil liuy Jo one year each Messrs John S Kelley and GeorgeS Fulton of the Bards town bar attended Uircuit Court at Taylorsville this week Mr Kelley is ne t toe attorneys for till plaintiff in the suit orD1 L Woodson and Claud Dovyns against the latters brother ior 3000 for breach of contract MrFulton has been engaged to defend Thus Hunter charged with the murder of Preslav Walker Jr Both cases are tracting much interast litI Dr Watson the c physician who located in Bardstown last spt ing and left owing everybody he could bar- rw a penny from a few weeks later seems to have gotten into serious trouble at Mount Ster ling From letters received by Ithe authorities here it 13 learned that he has been arrested for al leged horse stealing and obtain tug money by false preteSpes The II Doctor is a pretty slick coon but it seems hehas slipped up at last Mrs Cecelia War roll bas sold her stock of groceries to Mpsc1 Preston WPIS itud Ton Cjnlu ard will uiwe 0 Louisvib where she will takt charge of hue iurchHsin gercyor hi sisterin law MS Eln P Shan Iley who r Grn lydid Msrs is and Con ley are bf1h wdl kilo vn and tiopuli The fsr mer is a rativeof Pnirfield and lis a son of Mr Thos 0 Well Mr Con Icy has Spiit rn ich orS histiiTje in Birdstown Both gentlemen ar rl1lluf push and enterprise tid tt ev wii doubt lest find n dull rihv in Icceed ii g a ONCE IS ENOUGH TO SEE GnataTe Dores portrait of Dante la worth seeing once But onco is enough Some such look you notice on the faces of those who hive suffered and still suffer ihuoh physical pain people subject rheumatism gout neuralgia periodic headache1 lumba painhabitof handling ropes crooks a sailors fingers j or as too much riding of a bicycle stamps a worried expression on certain faces No wonder people said of the Italian poet as he passed along There goes THE MAN WHO NEVER LAUQHS The complaints above named all yield to the action of Bensons Porous Plasters and quickly top Not only those but colds and coughs kidney and liver affections all congestions and muscular strains diseases of tho chest asthma and all ailments which are opento external treatment It is fro auently said that Demon Platter i Paint Matter It cures when others are not even able to relieve For thirty years the lead pillSlhave little or no efficacy as compared with it Use it Trust it Keep it in the house Ask for Bensons Plaster take no other All druggists or we will prepay postage on any number ordered in the United States on receipt of 25c each Soabury k Johnson Mfg Chemists NY The Childrens Friend There is no use trYing to persuadeS American mothers that a exists for Perry Davis Painkiller They know how it relieves the troubles of childhood from sprained arms and legs to stomache Other preparation may do good Painkiller is certain to A big bi Terence and one that Ins been rec guiized for sixty years There is but one Painkiller PerryDavis h Reduced Rates to the West Commencing ftIcbl 1st and daily tf ivufVr mini Apt i 30Jh 1002 the WK onsm Cmiral R will s ll Sniiiu s ticUiis trot Uhicouo to oints in Montann loaho Orgon Washington and British CIUMbia at greallyI duced rates Por detailed jnfor tnAtiou inquire of nearest Tide Agent prairess T D CainnbgH CinII Wis Practically Starvingj After using a few bottles of Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure my wife received perfect and pcrmauent releif from a severe and chronic case of stomach trouble says J R Holly real estate insurauce and loan agent of Macomb ill Before usinv Kodol Dyspepsia Cure she could not eat a meal without intense utT rillShe is entire v cured Several prfysipians aud many meJiciies failed to give r leif You dont have to diet Eat any good food you want but dont overload the stomach Kodol Dyspeosia Cure will always digest your focd for you Hay doi aud Robertson i Kodol Dyspepsia Ouro1 ft k V l I A tug Is the name sometimes given to whdt DlSIurest clothingBlOod1 drinking from the same vessels using the same toilet articles or otherwise coming in contact with persons who have contracted it It begins usually witi a little blister or sore then swelling in the casethegroins aied eruption breal out on ulceratedIwasundextreatnientinthe hair eye br ws and do me no good Then began taking S S S I oncolashesvery time aU evidence of more contaminated coppe colored the disease disappeared I took six bot splotches and p stular erup ons and ties and today am sound and well sores appear upon differen parts ofWall orrlstown Tenn the body and the poison ven destroys the bones theIIsystemIyov r children for it can be transmitted from parent potashbutisv Write for our free horn treatment book and learn all about Contagious Blood Poison If you want medical advice give us a history of your case and our physicians will funishall the information you wish without any charge whatever jTHE SWIFT SPECIFIC ATLANTA i + m f i American Ill Winter i iIReJor ji i Americans who are nnabli or dlsln rutted to brave the rigors of a northern February and March have no need to sock the West Indies or Med terranean fcliops to find sunny skies i nd balmy bir ies Within the United tates are many beautiful and fashionable winter reports whele the rude bre th of old Borons is unknown and the pleasures rf Mttdocfr life undisturbed ly a suspl ilo of Jack Frost During the past decade ti e development of the east coast of Florida has converted a semltroplcnl wilderness In to paradise where pleas re loving and health seeking mortals nay revel In perpetual summer Southern Call fornia The Land of Sunshi Is un surpassed even by the famo s Riviera and n visit tolls flower embowered grovefl is like being transported to the land of Arabian Nights InOulnceI cllmatcIeasily get in his own cot utry that which he often vainly seeks in foreign climes Palm Reach Fla is a mo t fascInat- Ing spot It owes its dellcl us balmy but not enervating cllmat to Lake Worth whiqb Is an arm of the sea narrow strip of beach between the lake and the ocean is Its site Here amid cocoanut groves and topical gar dens one may listen to the orchestra and be cooled and comforted by fresh breezes from the gulf But resting is not the onl diversion of Palm Beach Bicycle choirs pro pelled by a colored man uiojunted on a saddje trehind the chair take one HALF UIIE PALM FLA swiftly through vistas if tropical foliage Host beautiful of the avenues through which you are the led is that known as Half Mile with bet wetU two big hotels On either side it is bordered by tall palmettos he shorter cocoanut trees oleander si rubs with their piCk clusters and the hibiscus These flowering shrubs ph uted regu lurly between the rows of trees produce a gorgeous effect when In bloom The chief hostelry the Kcyal Poincl nna the largest hotel the world Large ns it was last year and with The Breakers also a mammoth in size to take the overflow the demand for ac comm dntlons was so great that even the billiard and reading rooms had to be utilized for sleeping ro ms This year the capacity of the Iloynl Poiii clana has ken increased by over 400 rooms Much of the charm of PJilm Bench In addition to its superb hotels and gardens llvsdn the diversify of enter talnmeut There la a capital golf course The links are liberally patron ized Fishing too Is a popular sport Both from the cud of the pier that juts Into the gulf and In lake Worth It is 6upcrl so fine iiidecl thut Joe Jefferson the inveterate angler hits given up his Louisiana wnter home for Palm Beach The bathng both in the swimming pool and In jUuigsarft is excellent The tempera tur lor the water on Christmas day was 73 degrees JnlUoIllgators deer bear panthers ntd a great variety of game birds Besides Palm Beach St Augustine Ormond Miami and many lesser splenIdid hotels which each year draw thousands of northerners from their chilly clime to Floridas tropic delights South of Point Concepclou on the coast of California a runs of wooded mountains follows the trend of the const curving at the south toward the Iacltic forming a circular mountain wall BeTieu these uioiiutnins mid tic ocean the country slopes gAitly lit ie rounded bills varying the landscape The shore line curves inward between concepcion and San Plega and a line of islqnda protects the waters between This Is the land best kuovfu oa eoutb ru California It is a land of flowers J lrJa and f rait IDhe climate to so mildjthat roses days In the r ear Ns country In tb world pasentlif iror pieaslng seaside resorts SthJ of the thirtyfifth- paralk is sejmMropic sea permits of turf onthinc h year rovU Few terms disturi r ptd warern of this part ot te itiiiL Ueuiued by a ctaln islands tht thcmstIve have Iar ressiibtliilics Ih pleasure plnce l The const urcsqiu and abrupt for nriinv niiUs o4 its ieujjth lni biiiht s that for beauty iinj 11itUth ale not keel led anywhere Tliv fiimeof Santa Barliarn is woribvidiv nil J ala Ionl cn loniz IiiI 1rlu nit island Santa Catalina ihaiul a nil itilit r resorts rcv celve curb vinter an of pltafure Sfeliers from ll over Hie Initcil States runt even from Ilrriiju And these risiiit IT roll enuipfd to itiistcrld the oiiiijr nut amuse u CLltl roISi ANt uItrn CI outt ment of tlieir quests Fine hotels boarding houses hundreds of furnished cottages and tents Hshing wharfs pa vilions modern bathhouses etc lire among the permanent attractions Santa Barbara faces a beautiful channel hemmed in by islands Here is as tine a beach as ever ocean rolled on with a boulevard that follows the burt for wiles in do unbroken reach of asphalt pavemept Reaching out toward the mountains are beautiful drives and trails The bathing is excellent there being no umUrtow At Santa Monica a few miles from Los Angeles beside th splendid ilmthing beach there has rtifntly been built a pleasure wharf tt liiih extends out 1400 feet Here tlso who prefer to fish from a more stalilo foundation luau ulioat have the oci in t their fret S mta CataMlna Island is the great is land resort of tilt Pacific coast It1s twentytwo miles long and comprises mountain valley atuj forest winding traIts and waterfalls A magnificent stnic stage road traverses the luouu talu ranges In the height of the winter season 5000 or 0000 persons are to be found on the island There are a number of good hotels but the tout vil lages with macadamized roads lined with rows of trees attract the crowds In the hay of Avalon children puddle about lu boats that cannot be upset towing bathing and fishing are In fart the popular sports There Is no surf nnd no wind and so clear Is till water that all the wonderful vegetable and animal lire may lie distinctly seen through the glass bottomed hunts whit h every day dot the surface of the bay Sea lions unmolested clamber about anti sleep ou the roiks But fish are the chief attraction of Santa Cttn linn It is a wonderful fishing ground Here Is the home of tin tuna saul to be the gamest of till fish The lout sea 4j ss reachlng u weight of pounds yellowtaill hull hut barracuda and oth er denizens 0f the deep are found in the greatest abundance It IstllC tLsli ermans paradise Lovers xif mpuntaln scenery who have money iuui leisure betake selves when ii jftiern winds blow chill tto that niggt region that embraces western portion of North Carolina and the eastern edge of Tennessee Within thesej confines are several ills trlcts alike Iri general features but dir fering In detail The one most generally visited has Asheville its tourist center NOne the less beatitiful and healthful Is the country nbdut Blowing rwl and Grandfather monntaiii Southfnst of Asheville the Flat rock Tvronnud scttcu oh atiOI1 nr1U1 rLonwt Sapphire rtlT a hch attract many vlsltofs To ttin weal la the Bnlsam Uiou itain coitrv wild and Swlssllkp with Ilaywuhl Sulphur Springs as the chief tourlKtt rendezvous Taken as a whole The Lund of the Sky as the region Is called is unequaled for acces Eiblllty attractiveness and health petting Prices Mr SkimpWhat would yon charge to paint my portrait foil front view Artist Th ee hundred dollars Mr SkimjiDear met Then what would you charge for a threequarter tijunit py two ext wSen roubey carriages and hmpss Dad With t1o fcctoiy 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