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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i T 7W I J 9I I I j1 Ir etI iJ vkr tr NEWSLEADERl t 4J I j I l f Ii I I L iL tNI f = I g JV QYN I11 PRiNGFIELDwSHrN T J J N iN w l COUNTy KgNrrTIPIr MAY 8 I9O jti r 1 A y IR r tutU Hi uHnJ1tN hHl = t l r dfHJ1td EC1 ftY f l If i ff n1Jott 4t f tnGI Ir et of 4r umty 52 miles south 1laeto tiir 59 ilcl foiL ritvi11 1 kra5toit llir ec4cifl Zuv10 ana Nashvittftl1roadlft1 fwratlnfr and agricultural district 1rHks telegraph iIid rteIe1onoUc Jj xJHcss offic tlour mittsu mbet Population 1100 population t ofI MeetY15000 jpreaentalive in Congress Son D ithHodgenville Ky 4 Ikceseatatiye us Keutucky Legii latwre Hong G A Dohotiey jGjwescatativc in State Senate Hon L TPmrjear Campbelltville Ky = fJOI M CRCbfeCQUr J CuIt CorbdIOithfoth wnEatvdlvDOcttiMftItrrr c0t its Jid H4aree mmbnThealtb it qJ ft CarapbfilU Clerk fH lWs A Medley Master Commiss t = r J ItltflU I JQUARTERLYLCOURWW j1j rterly Court is held on thetthird iiyin each i I Lltse 1J monthJ t COUNTY COURT IICeSnty Court Ulcetson tbSfcuftl jiioiRYsn each mouth t lLitscyudgcS J Ii F Booker County Clerk T u Mayes County Attorneyo f G5rffc caOeUJailerjo joJ t V Bjrron Croake Sheriff c kkizrdIshani III i t Ha RerOsLn1 e r iI t 11 1utli u Deputies Iali ers James F Moore County Surveyor in J5 t Royalty isscssOor JtT P OBryanc1utyi t Robert Noe Tzasurcr t1rM ontgodleiy Coronert i 9 nq J t bcITY CORT- r1YDIJ 1 erPohce udgCt jT hn Grace Marshal tn1dk Wi D Claybrooke Cityi ltori1eQt it j JUSTICI COUZT- 1 li j Wi12t1u- 5iI3u1y andOctober t r2 lirDIitcrr-t 1cr BAPTIST CHURCh i ev rg V P9tor ir c Aic1every Sunayab1r Limrmd73O r pni Sunday Schoolllal3tPrl1ter Meetlngon Wednesday night at METHODIS1HURC5I Key 8P SUlesistor USeryccs pm he Pittit aadTbirdSTtinday in each mouBfat ii a m ajJdt30 pin Sunt day Sctiofl1 every Sunday at 19 a Pirayer meeting evdpr Wednesday ttiIghtcIlJ it tHii ftqrc t l PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHtl ett =ECL1LwsonOOPu tor Set yiceiieyer Sunday at 11 a m arid 730 4pni Prayermeeting every Thursday ij f JAft7 I j i CATHOLut1tl I i tvRF Hennessav Pastor er Vlc aievery Sunday atS and 10 oclpck- am Services at St Rose same hours r dl i it tSl i1i Jil It2jIt aecond and fourth Sunday in each nionihjv f 4 v Fraternal Orders s tii MASONIC LODGE Spfingflcid lo dge meets second MoudayiiU each month PiiS rT Washington f j6f Capterf No 57J Vnieets every third Mouiday1ISpringfield Very fourth Monday TKNIGilTa of Tint 1s14AunES Meats J every first Wednesday in each month VIIII 1 Q R M BLACK hAWK TRIBE No S4 meets every Wedri sday uightin wigwam McElroy1flmill j LtandN TIME TABLE l lfSLfl1i1 u lmrtuiilt Traliv i l 42 tf t 4S t x Itt 12 40 ArAlJpringl1e1d LT s so 20 j1t 15Valley Hill U 186 12 03Booker 47 f U 54urokes i54 I 58 l13TWoodlawn eoii5032 i S1t27 Karl ries tSl All 15BsIstowg6 2i2 S5 504areib 63308 5ct 1900 Smunts G4I38I I i 101 uDeatsTitC ng J4 00 utIGl Cleniinttn 4CII t 4 uo Bardstovrailnnct 7 105 00 j Ivt ratJ 20 pi RJJ j t IPdr i1 ItJ a0L oath Louisville p 50 5 d ILSvieL9ukvtl4e ArSOU IIll A4 S j l 4fJ r p I M JU f lJJeetj fiX c1it WiIt AYritil JIair t i m I certaIn J1 ie W Joef r hd r fll lo abJII Jfdll lkj Amelia PsttIgrcl7 OIerichS D l jJs 1 ciL ml Iiii1 j Ii jrnrrG11fAX1 r Pr J19 tlM JQqffiplJ lyWPY t A s5peIl aboutme waye Thy frostd jts fdInLinkct glow 1Thatrc1lYHa1r hineatbtbej le ves Thy ear lies Cosq P9P1M g opnaf Far off it bears the thrilling sound 8pfln iitetll inirlt 1 l rpf71ngenng snoW ndRc fil gday Can keep the swellingflood at bay ilhat Jclthesthe iSha f Thybrittleave9 fbars =JeQ 3And torn by wind or winter marred 9soie ihy tender face b09 y 1ate e Tl ougstormsdo com and frbat1J be keenrIqIare l tbrkEiomth t thejOutlook mei4 bNDERFUL FISHERMAN mosiWwic2rft1t liari odsbu eg Democrat Hewaa iiornon the ba ksffMJjhiSplinI rlthl fr r4ithe water claimstdhave learned all aboutl thehabitsVof tIe various varie ties oIfishbtt inhabit Mercer county He nev ruses any kind fbait othor5lLcontrivances for catching fishfi utmirnplyiiftsihenoutp4thet1wiateif i liglit he iMauti u y mid oWlessly I tttd un willtgtohem under rocks He doesnt hmk ijin nyljuck unless he can till a bushel sack in half a days fishings Soxeofhisexip- eriences in taIingthe finny tUVrc av lI1JJn i Y t tliosewhq know him bestJind iav4yitnessebisxuode o fis- lincdtucb swi1I vouch for thtj truth of them 1 Ler GH7BOUT Spe ihg of fishing and fishermen pli9 Pn or fisherman appears 10 be a scarce articlean this vicinity bi theKe days The lays of the true df ciptelyflW qnjItwho with rod and reel was wont to pursue the gan ey bass prjthe 9ggish but topthsome catfisliM alfloflgttheis S i t J v Jfvariousappeard41iy beCaflPrnpry to oa large extent at least und we find le pot Jiuntor of the fishing world or the fellow who goe s fishing simply to get fish and s 5Vlr not sto 4riIor jiean Yario esor foo tilq1thesome regal bther1decidedly illegal and all unsportsmanlike I1iqgood fishing streams of the jcpunty aresaiduto abound in traps and jietsin which numb fSof the finny tribe ffall sizes and conditions are caught and- Lugtered and tjieme aret1ie- etces andthe ocY fls1iel and coW offllt1edYIlall r ift5rs due to tbeeifracfmcesthat the Streams of the county so well adapted naturally tptho propa rgation oL nIL kinds offish are rapidly becoming depleted and the true fisherman finds poor sport efforts nitili 1 JiEOGRESSING Work on the Ly graded school movement is progressing as Tvellas circumstances wIll permit There are a great many preliminary steps tobe taken before the matter can be taken up1nany tangible stJape In the first place time b muJt1eta1cafe neline is now being made iEn order to makf up the v district by the addition of territory from- iladjoiningdistr cts the consent Sp tliesd districts must firstt be obtained aud otherj formalities observed The pet tibri calling for irelection on the question Which tp be 1Ur sent jtqat QouuEradrttnust contain an outline of the district bllfit is thought that tJii- setitiotillbe5completbd1jthiii a short time Tb gradedschoolI proposition aP1Jbjreiijceived as th 1llSt mIL oilier JlWIliSH nothing improves the growth 1nd4lihp9tionartown1moethan Oj colldgeiJ1 JW ssdSPt of the tq IrtdJpr provement pfajtowlit the suggestion has- YJliY jilLlFH f U maae that So far as the jbuildmgfof newiihbuses and the coming iiiof new citizens are ri iPJYs 4bing veii enough but what is needed isteoine addition to the business interests of the place in the way t f some new manufactory or other industry vliere money iis 1mnea anwwages1 oam i TI1s is ery true ndlbthtown does need something more of that kindpf Jnpravemedt to help out the farmers itfthe siipporlrof the tojvsbiu1rgMfeve ithat theseA improvements wTllJpme Manu fa tnriesand tnew industries folfow bpSMion and capital as- weiiaii4oej population grow apacewitte tihewgrowth of biisi f SS1 lrrJie l16 come into ljJtp fr withL money and ibujld1mfe ittid almost certaini 1heiln Jfi i s wlli spring iL J upxtpgiire fimplQymenti to both fm ind capital Snclt at least w lJb lime case with iSpripgfie d 1J t f i pOD3Eui rs4 The farmers Y l ofthdicounty appear to be iin good spirits aid looking on the ljiyghC tside of things this spring and well they may for- prosperityi is j reseut with many and to others We future Ipoks bright Those farmers and- stoclrraiserswlioi passed through the longnnhard winter and are fortunate enough to have any live stdpk oi grain left over are- decidedlyiiJt now Prices are- away up and thereis no troubfe to find upmarket for any thing from the farm the spring has opened ithJievery condition avpra letp a good sowing and theoutlopk is all Bright for anah undant harvest 7 Verily the far neJs I5t CAUTION v This as not A gentle wprd but when you think how liable you are not topurchzjsefor 75 cent the only remedy universally und aVdmedy that has har1ttie largestsafe any medicine in the wwld nee 1868 for the cure and i2eatmeuorcdbsuthptbon ajaft hiLirtand Lung troubles withottqrgi4ts great pbpu l rityjLTlthee years ypu will be tIidiikuiweadIe4y ur at teution cd Ba4cbees German Syrulic ie5o mBtiy or dinary CQUgh Eeraidies made by d rugiitsantl5otltersi that are cheap and good Jr light colds perhaps bub for severe Coughs Bronchitis OrdUpiind especially for CoiJsnmpnda where tnere is t ditficuljje peetoratian and coughing during thenighls and morn ing there isnotbihg liko Ger man Syrup i3old by all druggists in the civilized world G Gr4 i iWqibnri N J- beco J v4tn5 fIIS With Vsearec CnnJy forcvm frW1AWii11t rW r fiindnioncK Plain Truth editorI15 dbubiless a buglial0r or else feilowwhose wite henpecks him gets off the foljowiig which at least has thH rperjtof truthfulness In ineniioting the mar riage of alIrtcal cijiple Tie says The youg Iaple took the morning traia fpr St Louis where they will spend more money in thVet days than Willie can earn in ihref months The groom get4 a salary of 27 a mpnth whjqhi iis abo uttnearaouut Aqna has been used to for pin money te wish for Willies takesI i Nasal C AT R- KICkto E4YaCrca t1ln I Ni hCll tlj J1l iit jucaiiraaa It tstanhzdd5vesiY siiIckycIiniieed1ntothcbspreads Vexcand Isbsorbeml R ileflijm- nEiedIte sn4 a euro foUows It U not dryIadocs POd acsz ig larjo Size cents at Drug or by mall TrialSlze cent by null KLTBBOTHKB3M Warren Street Sew York Is U 1 11rarmer inthis con the cities the andIthe telephones anti supports them aUH makes the land blossom fohrlyearsprosperity that has come to all class ofpeople During the year f 2OOOjoOtwo words bfter feeding the nations he put in circulation by his toil a volume of money gathered frdpi what he sold across the water equal to half the entire money issue of the nation He does all this and what does thegovermeht dof r him It taxes him on what he c msumes to benefit the manu fact rers It permits trusts io4 groT up to charge him more for wha he buys It allows rail roads to charge him higher rate for freights than it does o- man factnrers In fact it does vet 4ing it can th make him bear all the burdens of goveir men and in addition levies a trib ute i pon him to help carry on othe lines of business and what is do so for him is represented by a gr at big 0 Exchange Hows ibIs n11fOIiucd by Halls Catorrh C ire J j F J CHENEY A CO Props folodo b We the undersigned have known t hIlIo1theirPruggtatpToted WbOlltlsalelnternslLTI actin directly upon tho blood and inu urfacoc of tho system Prico 75p per b ittle Sold by all Druggists ily uiouiiitlsa Jrftfl R iduccd Ratcs fo the est Commencing March 1st nud dailj tn reaftar until April 30th 1902 the WUconsiu Central Ry will elf Settlers tickets irou Uhioyo to powis in Montana Idap j Urtgop Washingiur and Hrtisb Colucibiu tit greatly ie UM rates Pordeiailed infer matpo inquire of nearest Ticket Age oradress TD Campbell D P A 218 Pike Builciog Gin cmii li 0orJas C Pond Gent Ph engel Agent Milwaukee W M kes Weak Women Strong 1 tiave taken your Remicks Pepsins vBlood Tonic I know it tu 0 the best tonic ever used It wi make everYweak wOman strong I cannot praise It enouifh Mrs O D Pickering Oluey Ill For sale by Haydon Co missioners Appoint ed Governor Beckham has made his a pointment for members of the board of commissioners for the C onfederate home an apprQ- priat on for which was made at the It sb session of the legislature Thos to serve two years are H P McDonold Louisville W O Coleman Sulphur R E Bro dar Fulton R E Duncan Haw sville and Fayette Hewitt Fran fort Th se for the three year term are Leland Hathaway Win chest ir L H Benton Danville A L Arnett Boston and B D Perr Cadiz Those designated for th s four year term are Col Bennutt H Young Louisville Geor e Mattingly Bardstown Dr L J Jones Frankfort Capt T Hedges Rogers Gap and IT H Ewing Owensboro t tOld upa Congressman ut the end of tho campaign write Champ Clark Missouris brilliant congressman from overwork nervous tension loss speaLcingIIi seemed that all the organs in my body wAre out itorder but three bottles of Electric Bitters made all right Its the best all ar und medicine ever sold lover a druggists counfeV Over orked rundown men and weakiicklv women g1n spleo lid health and vitality from Elect IC Bitters Try them Only 50 cents Guaranteed by U avid jn and Robertson role Honey and Tar contains no opiate and can safely be given to the children Sold by WoodRobertsoh- Drug oSIt 1j Pretty Warm Truce A colored brother was ex pounding the gospel 10 his flock and after vividly describ leg the place of the damned con cluded the service with the fol lowing rBredren I has been asked how hot is bell ana I would say datit voti took all de Wlolln New fork State and all de coat ir Pennsylvania and piled em alt in a heap an poured on all de He in de world and set dit on fire and den took amari out or dell and put him into dar burning mass he would freeze to death Dats boW hot hell IsI WANTED We would like to ask through the colun ns of your paper if thee is any person who nan used Greans August Flower foi tne cure of Indigestion Dyspep sia and Liver troubles that has not been curedand we also mean tneir results such as sour stomach fermentation of food habitual cOtiveness nervous dyspepsia headache despond feelings sleeplessness in fact any trouble connected with the stomach or liver This medicine has been sold for years in all civlllved countries and we wish to correspond with you and send you one of our books free of cost If you never tried Aug ust Flower try one bottle first We hswe never knovn of its failing Is so something more erlous is the matter withydu Ask your ofdest driiirgixts Daageroas If Neglected Buriin cuts ant other wounds often fall to heal properly if neglected and become troublesome sores Ie Witts Witch Hazel Salve prevents such consequences Even where delay has ag grevaced the injury DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve effects a cure I hada running sore on my leg for thirtyyears says H C Hartly Yankeetown Indv AfterJusJng many remedies I tried Dc Witts Witch Hazel Salve A few boxes healed the sore u Cures all skin diseases PJlesyeild to it at ouce Beware of counterfeits Haydon and Robertson Piles are not only the most painfu but also very dangerous as the inl flamed modules arc very apt to take on malitfrient action and cancer of the rectum is producted They Jvhculd be cimrd by Tjablers Buckeye Olnt mtnt It will cure the most obstinate cases Price 50 cents in bottles tubes 75 cents For sale by Haydon and Rob crtson Bad Accident Our popular liveryman Mr Joe Thomas lost a very fine mare in a peculiar manner Fri day Mr Ed Mewcomb ayoung nan from Bradfordsville who is here painting for Mr Arthur Smith secured the mare and spring wagon from Mr Thomas and went to Burks distillery near Lorettoto get a hog from Mr Smith When he arrived thero the distillery was not run fling and he hitched her to a tree near the building Wneu the men were ready to begin- wQrktbe whistle was blown at which she became frightened and attempted to run The rein pulled her round the tree which caused the sbefts to break with a slab nextto the mare As she came back from the tree the slab was forced through her side just back of the front shoulder and she died almost in stantly She was valued at 100 and her death was a heavy loss to Mr Thomas Lebanon Fl on Revalatloa If you will make inquiry itwill be a revalation to you hOW many to kidney or bladder trouble succumbI foam oranotheroIf the not beyond medicinal aid Foleys KidneyCnre will cure It never dis sapoints Sold by WoodRobertsoq DrupCo i l Stops The C ufth and works theCeld Laxative Bro O Qui lne Tablets CUI6 acold in enc ay NoCnre No Pay Price 25 cents Notice All persons holding claims against the estate of Hattie Ray deceased will present them properly proven on or before May 15 1902 as the estate will be settled at that time 1deceas1 Kodol DysM hi Our OiflMto wtat yen ts I a GOVPOPE Ii Distinguished Man Wen known in Washington COMity Governor Pope was bdrn in 1770 and was popularly known as One armed John Pope and when he reached his thirtieth year he hdd already written his name high on the scrollsof fame In 1800 be was chosen Presii dential Elector and voted for Thomas Jefferson Two years later Pop was elected ere- countvIlong after this he removed to Lexington when he represented Fayette county in the legisla ture in 1807 being a colleague of Henry Clay in that bony In 1807 he was elected United States Senator Before the expiration of Governor Popes term war with Great Britian was declared which unfortunately for his career he opposed A t the ehd of his terori be returned to the practice of law in which he realized both reputation and profit In 1816 Governor Slaofgnter appointed Pope his Secretary of State Pope finally resigned- In 1820Pope was one of the committee appointed by the Lefiislatureof the State to di gest a common school system In 1822 he removed tc Washing ton county and in 1825 was elected to the Stale Senate At this period General Jackson was a leader In national politics andS Governor Pope became one of hs adherents supporting him for the Presidency in 1828 To the Pope family in Kentucky General Jackson owea his majority in Kentucky la 1829 Pope was appointed Governor of ArkansusTerritory which heaccepted but resigned m 1835 Haying rmturoeltc Washington county Kentucky 4 iieuaina candidate for Con gieas having for his competitor Hon Ben Bard in of Bardstowr- Govnruur Pope was five feit and teu inches in height lacge bodied witbl lvy set broad shoulders slightly rounded in clio d to be fleshy and weighed about ono hundred and ninety pounds He was of dark com plexion with regular features aNd a fine eve or as some one ex pressed it the keenest eye eyor ic matis head One arm had been amputated between the shoulder sad elboe in youth and that stump when he spoke was In constant motion He was not awitty man butsometimes very bitter in speech Ha was of un thoughhysicallv gerous adversary in person al cotiflictSHis first wife was the daughter of General William Christian and a niece of Patrick Henry She having died he married a Miss Johnson daughter of the American Consul at London and a sister ot Mrs John Quincy Adams The second wife dying he married the widow of Gen Matbew Walton Mrs Walton resided in Washington county and was posessea of consider able wealth In 1843 William R Grigsby of Bardstown James E Stone and Governor Pope were competing candidates for Congress in the Bardstown district At the first public address made by the can didates tIme large audience that was present was Jiyided between Stone and Grigsbv Pope being without a follower owing to frequent change jpf party affilia tion and the popular idea that he was unstable Pope and Grigs by were defeated aud Ston chosen This was Governor Popes last campaign and the close of hIs public career He died in 1845 Bardstown Stan dard Stand like aStone Wall Between your children and the tortures of itching and burn ing ezemaHow why by using BUQ dens Arnica Salve earths greatest healer QaicK est cure for Ulcers Fevers res Salt Rheum Guts Burns Sculds or Bruises Infailable cure for Piles 25cents at Haydon and Robertsons drug store- This algnature ia on every box of the geanlM BrOfllOQuilliIleTa1Ietltiteed7 Elm L eaf Beetle 55BulhtinNo 15 of the New England iVSSOciatipiY of Pafi Superintondau1 is defied to thfe elm leaf beetle and couiains a largeariotmtof valuable in formation regarding the pest- We print below a comnunica tin from Ml Keith of Bridgeport Coon that appears in it- andtha1iteIsoi thestI method bj combating the dangerous InI S fct pje beetles are at the present tjjnej in hibernation in oldr build iihjgs garrets chlmnevsold trees under the shingles etc but never as we can discover in tile ground They escape from tjleir win ter quarterns durrngMay and fly about alighting on the young and tender elm leaves eating holes through them so that In June a badly infected tree looks as if it had been rid died with fine shot During the month Of June the insect drpps her eggs in little Clusters on the under side of the leaf generally she then disappears and is seen up more Early in June these eggs batch out a larva and the havoc begins the foliage ot the trees are skeletoned Which weakens the trees to such an er tent that to repeat it for several years must kill the tree In ten days time the lai va has become fully grown and dawls towards the ground And ittheydof- ind not a crevice or toosi bark to hide under tHey must cometo to the ground whete thuy gather in little heaps near trunks of trees And they mustlie there inanimate from one to two weeks while they are being transform ed totrt1 beetleQfter which they flyaway and do no further damage during theseason for in o vicinity we have only one generation per year ITb simple process is Smooth the trunk of the tree and kill the pest while lying dormant at the base It wi U only require four weeks and the exoense Would be trifling in Comparison to the loss of the noble elms throughout the city Spraying obnoxious mixtures upon the foliage will help but tt1s expen sive aud could not we think be done thoroughly enough to give the desired results The priucipal reason for smoothing the trees atej that nearly all the larvae that find a lodging place upon them are sue cessfully transformed while a very small percent of tho epn the ground succeed iin becoming bettles and secoud1yit makes them come to the ground where it is easy to kill them Cyclists should always carry a Bot tIe of Ballards Snow Ltnement in case Qf accidents if applied immediately it will subdue the paiu preyent swelling and discoloration and Ijeal the wounds quickly Price 25 and 0 cents at Haydon aad Robertsons drugstore 20000 Mai cJDead Imp Field Azure thfe greatest brqod mare in America edat Castl ton Stud tbej handsome place of John R Kfeene She leaves behind a three mOnths old suckling by Le Var which will be raised by hand The death pf imp Field Azpre wilt be severely felt by Mr Keene as he hail a specal pride in her and expected great things from her progeny He was telegraphed the sad news immediately after her death Great carewiilbe- given tbe suckling asit is the last from the mare which has dis played a remarkable record as a broodrnaLeo Demo crat Tired Out i I was very poorly and could hardly get about the house I was tired out all tht time Then I tried AVers Sarsaparilla and it only took two bottles to make me fee- lperfectlywcllMrs NSSuria ney Princeton Mo Tired when you go to bed tired when you get l7tired all the time wily PYour blood isi- mIp ure thats the reason You are livmgnthc border line of nerve ex haustion Take Avcrs Sarsaparilla and be quickly cured rafcl1 Askyutw4oc4or wbat he thI ot Lyets- sl us HI knows 5 aostthIs griM tsllyaecllIDIFoUGW 1Ik fIH aIM rIUbteyza COLOWSILXUI = ftOver 10O Y 4 lJi g T Ii+ James IcGoilghey7 edat the home of Mrs Monday bn Ham rjonds Creeks this county t 4 Saturday morning in thet 101S year of his age his death being J duo to the debilities and general breaking down incident to old age jln chronicling the death of Mr ligebert two weeks past WMaad tatementthathewaatheold est man in the county but we have since learned that Mr He Gaughey was two years hissno 4 icr The subject of this sketchlwagt bjfn Feb 8i1602alld was tnerefore past ond hundred ypatsold He served through the Florida Indian war of 1835 and when the Mexican war broke out was among the first to enlist ur dpr Capt Jnq H McBrayer with whom heserved during the two years of conflict He was veteran of the flat boat traffic on the mississippi and Ohio rivers r and had made scores Of trips to F New Orleans with large bcatlods oi produce t JThe fact that Mr GiuXh jjliyed and died a bachelor and aC tajinedsuch a ripe old age will be another point for those who iidypeale celibocy tiOf compo the company under Capt McBray elf only five remain Mr McG ughej being the seventy seventh to pass away JHe had lived for the last forty five yeras of his life at the home wHerehedied The remains were interred in the old Monday burying ground Anderson News KDdDIiyspepsia Cure Digests what yo eat TpreparatIon contaIns alto tfcr aigestants and digests all tllM11 st food Itgives Instant relief aad i rtrfalls to cure It allows 700 te sat all the food you wane The most sensitive stomachs can take It By Its UMMMQT s thousands of dyspeptics haT b ei cured after verythine else failed Itprevents formation ofgas oa the itoea acn relieving all dlstresatter tfttlB IDietlngnnnecessayPieaaintktasl It1 kSbtyell CWcaiUTbeEycry fcealtfcy fcty tikes togetliini elf into places of dupger Hense brUises sirhins and sprains Mother scolds and brings out the botle of Perry Davis Pain killerl and rubs it outhe injured spot with an energy and frequency de petjding on the seriousness of the 4case Tbere s nothing like Painkill 4r 6 take out the sorpnesa There U but one Painkiller perry Davis Price 25 land 50 cents tVhat AHiiators Bat More than once curious thugs i hate been found in the stomach o5fh shark but never has such an ziextjraordinary collection f been found as was discovered recently in time stomach of an alligator This alligator wiis killed in Soudan and wag more than 12 i feet in lengthI In its stomach t were discovered 85 stones sevV eaat birds claws two human finger nails and three hoofs jof a donkey to one of which a piece of rijdpe was attached Reveals a Cirataecrat liis often askerd how such startling cures tnat puzzle ths Y bes physicians are effected byt Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Heres the secret 1tICUtS out the phl Kit vaiwi germinfected mucus and lIStS i theJife giving OXJX8 tarick and vitilizetbe blood It heals the inflamed coighworn threat 1 and lungs Kurd colds and stubborn coughs soon yield te Df Kings New Discovery tlMi most infaliable remedy tOt all throat and lung dtfIGuarrinteedljottles 50c Sand 1 4Trlil bottle free at Hayio a d t Robertson llhc a5iriwaIug MII i4Fit6 years ago a diiefs the iioetort 4 called drBpep ia ttook sqk a 1MWl ot me that I coald scarcely cowrltcs GeOj g March vrellknewk attor ej of Kocona TerlwItook 1IaIHitMIJ of pepsin aud otker v icitM b41t notlUhg helped nife As trtitmlmcl man gtab ata straw to grad at Kodol I felt an iiHfrot atoM and after a lew bottles a aooai awA well nKodol1s tke eiy which exactly produce th tt1di- gestivejulces asd efMMMiUr iI UUQntyonewhkla d goad foodaadcuresany form of toaMlt h trouble Hayckm aodXobetn I dd Dyp Ss-m ht T lIIfnwsIADR uagzD ZYTRUMDA- afA YatAB IN ADVANCE J t lltrHGFIELD1 V fs t L DAVISON Jpt JltjlTJIlA1iD PLSEV I k I J- 41oUce01Jt cents per- tt bklrst 1n3ertibDcets to ek jeeqiet ia6ert1OICMJa ti t tper11ne Y at low rates but cash t Je Vork Is doio 6rpaIdb a liTcryof goods AftTlrttslatr trac made on liberal ufgas Obituaries ad resolutions of respect 3 loiitsr iiHoQcavnTS ciyi MsHtrates 50 Ntyt 500 OO lf00 i TmiDA Y MAY si 1902 It Gov tiewis of Arkansas has aii ilcLuIxway6fi getting back ata oine of those sentimentalists the ITprth who are always sym pftthlzing with the negr He hs paraorieda negro convicted f of asaaujtl with intent to kill TI prdonvls on condition that 7 he take up his residence in Mas GovefJ1orsaysJ4Jj he isUlovecltptblS action by the ot exprasiionsbf sympathy for the t rp03i ope33Zd flO whish he teardi in tue N rthon a rs 3fcent J uJ t jThaauiUs of justice gri dexi ceecingsldw Ta the United States CircuitlSurfc of ppeiils yesterday Judge li cI DygrsifleIanetr1aI 0f fcX1ilght the ct teL threeainifes for the embezzlei ment f1 defuxict G manl 17 ttiona1BankEErrOr invcom s t ti1ptiling defendant t testify i1 lc iIalikjfcib Judge Evans charge fit 1 i8the ground oL reversal and 1tV Knight will be ivefianother 4 chnCe for Wliberly j = 1t 5 The iintuc1g Derby r i7aswpnSaturday by the fine i 1Ii t o1b AIl nadaI owned anibred lay Tom McDowell Aldington The noble colt howeyer went lame immediately after the raceli and is said to be hppetessly but of the racing game for the future Rear Admiral Willi mJ1tt Sampson Isi dead after along ill guess at his nomein Washington 3 ctewDeath of Mr T R GrtSsby p Mr Redmond T Grigsby died at the horDe of his brother MrI WmBGrigsbys on the Bloom j field pike of dropsy Sunday afterpooh He was the oldest son of the late Hopy Wm R Grissby of this pluce ope of the foremost llawyers ortb State He was fifty eight years of age andurir Vrried IJuring the war between the States he sdrved as ajn9mder the 5th Jentu Calvary and was afterwardkYI memba oi th j ilifitid brig pf iin 0 ister tat Was best oy ed bf Shfinr UrllL11dnb biad oSijiiic Indmus at ihe battle r oftiie LlblJ g Qrn but rec iV ll1 iai chrg SIOrt tillie 55tefores illsa iiu ttilluge meob Mr Gtjgby bd beali a suffv erar wiUv dVopsy fi ij severaii niontns jintl hiieaIi lit5uQtunI icxpectod Ue was formerly a tipGrigsby Cb but continued ill healthcaused him to reire from huingsReeord 0 Ii1illdrens tFoitIIIzei V thaJs a good name for L Scotts Emulsion Children are like young plants Some fcjlli grow Yin ordinary soilP 0thfersneed fertilizerjs The nature of som children prevents them from thriving 1nordinarydren TQW right if treated rightt All they need is a little fer tilizerrajlittle extra richness iiSc treatment f Fertllizersmake thjrtgsgrow Thats just what Scotts Emul if sion does It makes children grow in t fle hV Qwiri strength A grow rich blood grow in mind grow happy Thats what we Semake it for Send far free sample COTT Cttmufs Pearl St1 N Y i 5cae oollj drats THE IMEWSLEADEF J sijrt e oc H l 00u il 1I tsciwhfczfts 2 News Prom The Gouny4 2Ji I 4 fHappenings Amon ijtlie County tjP oplyp h v k1 fi v as Reported by our Correspo dents imnnftft r w rOisrvitWj Uncle yfohn Smith is about againraft6rseveral months sic iness j Th sickness in ourcommunity Iis somewhat subsiding Mrr ThomasOBrYlnschildren are rdlUsbornesl w that its life was thought toI be but a few hours long hits lied and seems in a fair way to g wellWe greatestsympathyto family But a few short days had elapsed since his wifes remains were bUrled at St Rose nd on yesterday his second daughter about 13 years old was placed by her mothers side in the same plot of ground and w9 learn at this writing he him self and two other children are dangerously ilLTIn company wi h oiir kind rienJMr O Bryan nlast Mon day we visitedi the city of Leb CLstopptJtotiful home of Mr Robert 3c Elroy We saw tlpond where thtit tj bVe saw many of t e Squirrels lleaping from tree to rree gliding th ough the jgracefully arranged flowers of jMrs McElroy hounding over the velvety green earth hunting for a morsel to satisfy their ap petites When wo reached Leb anon wefefound its Mreets almost blr cljedlDy dirty greasy tents On last sabbath evening we attehded tbe beautiful May ser t prolcof the new testiment whictr we- ta once recognize having read tham over and over again until they are iindelibly on our minds but we stillshall continue to through Our remaining time nbetween the nrst of Genesis and the last Revalation is the greatest consolation and hope- rfo the life to come After the ttle child had placedthe crown of fiowersion the brow of the statue of the Virgin Mary Father Vault stepped forward and in beautiful and flowery lan0 guage spoke to the vast congre gation We tried to catch ever- yor4butowng to shuffling feet e fear that we missed some few of his best remarks We just say the services were grand throughout J 2 PULLIftM Dame Rumor reports several weddings in the near future Miss Terell who has been sick with the measles is reported better Kcv J A Simms filled his ap pointment at Independame school house Sunaay The outlook f9tih l fulur e crop attaccpiittbW part of tbec A jfJom l to say tim least lj The infant hildof Vr and Mrs Hafvey Simpson departed this life the 2nd Interment at Fairy lew cemetery The new bank at Ghaplin isi rearing completion und it will noibe maiiy days until is now vacant vaults will be replenished by circulating medium Mr John Carter and Caleb Goff g9t into a difficulty over aL plow and would have fought butt each detested he idea of crowding The largest fish that has been caught i Chaplin river fbr years was caught by Roscoand Everett Cooksey The boys say some dynamiters killed the fish andi left before it rose to the top fM the water Itwas a red horse and weighed 3or pounds Mr Editor I noticed in the coltimnsj of the NEWS LEADER some ime siuce an article cot cern ng those who destroy fish by dynamite While I heartily agree with you in all you said waysbywhjchthan by the use of dynamite Now X have benraised dn the banks6f Chaplin river and am acquaintecl wjth the various methods fishing and my ex perience is that tbe 100 foot seine the wngnet and the raps which may be seen at every riffle ar doing more to apni bilate the flsi thIeklsives combined bitpI1whohnvl I e been arrested fur using dynamite not one has gone free None ouu I heardI t hear evidence against those who vviolated tbe law by seining or using the wing netSMy brother when summoned oefore the grand jury last fall t ia4njosti did others that he and every man in the Tatham Springs community had been guilty of violating the llaw in every re spect with the exception of dym namiting also two of the jurors stated theywould not vote to findIan indictment save for ting because they had seined and used thewing ndtthemselvesNow this is u dreadful predramen It seems to me either llet all en tishivny way aqd every way or summon ajury of men who are not violators of the Fish Laws and who will not screen any of fendersf but when the proof is sufficient iddict any man guilty hen all will have equal right jef ore toe law Fa ham Springs a Riel Posterwas in our midst Sunday Mr Shuck McElroywas in ouiMown last week The new Baptist cliurcb will be dedicated June 8 which will be the second Sunday Cutworms have made their appearance and are putting in their work od the young qprn and gardens Dr Hatchett is buil1ingmtiad dition to his dwelling and when coTrnpieted Dr will have a nice home and will improve East Bridge street very much As we1eethe new buggies glistening on Sunday morning ware sure totbnrl the boys areghing somewhere and when we ask them where they are bound for they say they are going to see the girls or in other wo rds going a sparking According to history if is said of an early settler when asked his opinion as to the future ofI this country America his pro phecy was that the first generation would have a very hard time apd the second would hnve a pietty good time which we suppose they didand the third generation would ride to hl in in vehicles ENWIGM Born to thewife of Sam Wai ston on the 3 ta girl- Several of oar young fOlks at tended churchat St Rose Sun day v t Walter Adams sold a horse last week to John Walker for S100 John McAllisterf bought a sow and pins froirj Obe Fowlor for siy Miss Annre and Rose Kelley isiuHl Mis Dora Bowles last Thursday Mr John Tprner1 spent SatAir day und Sunduy with his mcJiher atWl1sbJrg II Mr and Mrs Bart Fen wick spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs jAlex Smith Dr Baxter and Miss Tilfio Litsey of Texas were tn our vii laya Saturday Bert Fenwi k and Alex Smith were in Harrodsburg Monday jv being County cotirt itMiss Maltha Begicymrid Mrs B Shumaker were in cprin r field hoping Saturday Miss Marggret und tNnncy Cheatheam of Willis burg visited their sister Mys TOtifi at this place Sivtu rdjjy and Sunday fITV I Hillsborpl t LiIWe are needing rain pt this v writing The farm rh are about through planting corn Most all the furmer4 lost their tobaccobeds fcy cut worms Mr John Sutherland of Wile ilisburg will begin a singing ttere next Sunday Mr H F tReed accompanied j by Miss Lizziej Fitzgerald s in Springfield Saturday Rev Ezra Sutherland and wife of Wayside visited friends liere Sautrtlay and Sunday i GarnIEi1frlttr sane day at Pleasant GrQV Mrs Annie Godby and chili ren have returned lLme from a i iiu visit to her brother Will at J lo mfieli i r We have in our milst a farmer tI onions newIIi roptsup LMO ILLEI4sBorn to tIme wife of Warren Jones a boo vlr Jol nYut has returned home from Louisville ThiswiL be thebanner week of corn pin ting in this section Mrsj M Wailland daughter shoppingMrs jsshoppingO Ellis and daughter IMrs ove hoppingI to Blpomfield last Mr Ed usick is sawing lum ber at Boc ker for Ed Grigsby lesseMani and qthers A large ijrowd was out Sunday to hear Rev Wm Stallings preach his farewell sermon Mise Be tie Reed of Woodlawn iis spendin j this week with her sister Mrs Wm Sweeney Miss N ttie Yates still continues On he sick list much to the regret Df her many friends Mr IJan Sweeney and Miss Flora Waf and others from here attended j urch at St Rose Sunday DTher vero two car loadL hogs and ne car load of tobacco shipped frini Booker within the past week i2rs Et a Boblitt has removed from Louiiiville to a house near Doe Run trestle Belonging to Mrs Annij G Sharji Fnirvievr school district No 80 will UaedoO pupils to teach this faUThe trustee as yet have not c mployed iny teacher Mrs Ji sic Settis still in Louisville at the b Iside of her daughter Miss Ltis who is slowly imj roving ai era severe iittack of neumonia esson In Health Healthy kidneys fIlter the impuri tics from t e blood and unless they impossibleFoleys kdneys and will positive 1cureaUforms of kic ney and bladder diseases It strengtlens the whole system told by Wo dRobertspn Drng Co TO TELL GOOD CIGARS Jadceo oJ TItclp Lao Points Few ei il Fair Dctiroca The Jrdgs of good cigars in this country are few and far betTeen says nn expert The great dlfllcalty with tIlt people ho think they knov cigars Is thai they lay too much stress on thl colcr rf tt weed The color ma s not tIlt sictost difference and you are just iol to had 010 of the rankest lid of oljta ii with the deep black cot or of the genuine Ilavcria as you err to Hud a Lad one among those that arc yellow as st aw The best way to tell a cigar labj the feel of it Take a cigar In your hands and five it a gentle pressure holding it close to the ear If Ihe cigar is a good one it will be just the least little bit lie Jbl and the fingers will Gink into the wrapper It gives forth no perceptible sound If the cigar is bard nod cI ise rolled und when placed to the ear sounds as though you were pressing stnw together beware Time best cigars ire made of the same leaf rolledrheas titled and contain all kinds of refuse from the tables where the good cigars are mute here are some filled cigars that are good smokes but you seldom Und n Havana or a Manila or good Cu lipn orKcj West smoke that is not rolled Many people who go into a gar stcre to get an imported smoke do not follow ap salesman when he irs the cl rare from thecase arid are iTrsfqueuU often fooled They are fix on dome tic brands and are charts nl imported prices for them Tlies g oil cigar Judges cannot nitiluvo an it ported smoke make thu ckbanti ou the box and look close ly at the re vcnuo stamp The stamps ei messj jiwcsare green and white vlh thoKp mi tlu Impoiietl boxes sic jeULwMid wliitt Look Into the rvM citrar asfs yoi see before pur tllCYhnnttttnehetl a yellow and white stamp Jcrit uttni t to make a purchase The ticrk wIJI you a ci nr he calls ii- iIOt5I hut It will not be the real ar side VusL Ington Post WhyIt they to travel backward they would stub their tt oSnn Francisco Bulletin r IOlel agemi ekes a specialty of disco f oring lost opportunities Chicago Vows Dtlit Is lki any other trap easy onoiirh to t into but bard enough to get outtfrII W Shaw Cr cli nnd Trade Certain cieods seem to tnonopollzG certain in ustrits Practically all British tuaiiufacttirers of cocoa for example ar Quakers Then in London at any ate a very large percentage of cigrr merchants and all the best known manufacturers of Christ mas cardh ae Jews Whenever a hisIfortunepile either in the drapers or drug store buslnpss Irlshtnun probably owing to tUe tact that they lack the money making Instinct flock to jour uaUsm L tQn TdUer 1 FU i 11 Skrage- 4A11y I IIti Jr 1 1 o tO it jtjr ByCBLWIS IiIf It CCPrll1t 19ro by x S 8 IlcChxra Company ice Everybody ttynt knew Undo Jerry BUHnsTJ Wjjrnized that be lied no eartlily use forinnybgdy da earth who didnt 1ollovo tjie MclUodlst relIgion It wits n mania with him lie hired farm hands of that pesuztsofl only he bough of ant soul only to those he called the true jthevers lIe would not Kivo sup or bltQ to a tramp who had a lenaing In any 0thcr direction lie wasa widower wih n grownup daughter who Uept house for him In 010 wajj it was unfortunate for him tthat inont of hjs noijrhhors were Bap tists lIla opinions were so strpngthat he would not vslt borrow or lend and of purse they were forced into the same pour y One of hs neighbors was Joseph SheJds and they hud let each other cleat for lives long vents because they differed us to how their souls shnnld ti waved yet SJncle Jerry often aidlo Shields Is n god teller and a thardworkJn man anti his wife Martha- Is p mighty gocd woman If theyd onlj tutu Methodists Id be glad to go over there ouc In awhile One day Farmer Shields died It Uncle Jerry hadnt been faruy In noilion a visit to his sister he might at least have stood at his gate and seen the funeral procession pass but be didnt get howe until a weetilater Then he said to his daughter Hanntr Im a determined man and I cant go hack on what Ive said but troHu it wouldnt hurt time Methodist rtigioli very much If you should go over to see the wlddrr antI tell her Im n nttlt sorry Joe has been called away Shall tell her that of course he ouldnt pi to heaven believing In the Baptist relSrtonT asked the daughter not sisjssly Its Jest possible ilia a few Baptists do creep In and we dont want to hurt her feelins I allus did lIla Martha and If Toe hadnt met her first mcbbe I should have ask ed her to marry me You might ask her if there was anything I could do youJnlntand milk for supper The widow wasnt sot In her re ligion hut there was nothing Uncle Jerry could do and time passed until t = i 00 I BHUOIOX her husband had been dead a year She lived in the same quiet routine and had a hired man to see to the farm Uncle Jerry was uneasy right along but stuck to his text and contented himself with sending Hannah over occasional ly to ask if everything was going right One afternoon much to his own sur arise be found himself over the has Fence between the two arms and the Rubicon having been passed he kept on until he had reached the house and found the widow drying apples in the s m You know how I stand on religion Martha he said with the freedom of a neighbor but mebbe It dont allus nnply to wlddcrs Anyhow Im kind ofYeelln as If it was my duty to see that the hog holes In the fences was stopped up and that your cow ofsaltr mantheI havent got any replied the wid ow Ho got sick two weeks ago and I have only a boy to look after things I dont want you to risk your souls salvation though I shouldnt want to of course but Im wlllln lo take a fewchances for your sake Va was allua set down ala Baptist but I dont belltve you are areal hard shell Ivo sometimes thought that it you married again and married a Methodist youd come Into the fold after nwhlje Butt we wont talk religion she said turning away to hide her smiles andblushesNo wont Hannah was tellln me that you had a new cow shes a kicker She is a bad one and the boy wont go near her and fear for my life every time I go out to milk Shoo Is that so Vunl well sort of forget religion for awhile and Ill take that cow in humid aint afraid of no klcklu cow on earth Ill kind of tell the boy what to do about the getrntoover and mill that kicker hatter leave the pall laughs on the barnyard gnu In the mornin as Im an early riser You are too good Undo Jerry sin murmured Thats un account of my Methodist IroUtII1It1I1I1J1Istthat cow a trick or two If shc lifts her leg at me j Night and mprning for the next three HionUis Uncle Jerry milked that kick lug cow its punctually as the sun rose anti set At long intervals when the cow happened to be mentally busy on other subjects lie got through peace ably but on fourteen occasions out of fifteen she rated a row find generally got the best of It lIe might have grown discouraged and advised her slaughter or sale but he had come to took upon It as a ease of Methodist versus Baptist and he was determined that the Baptist should knock under Then lame a day when his religious zeal carried him beyond due bounds In speaking to the Widow Shields and she resented It by saying that he neednt trouble himself further That ililjl AiiiAi iiiiii Hia ijji1Wii aa We By Buies t f J ijl I = by fthej Car LoFi Call and a and be l I j 3 You must is neat at I ftl we have of all J f I 4- i ili v mm m I4 ougetetl mm the widder any Mwe bel like iithem BaplBtflt nd I HwttUt wcow will kick her clear aereMf tlui barnyard the frit tlIMe He milk VIaIHe west to betrytor m3ui self believe thatlt was a eueet jtoh gratitude and fee vowed we14 never clfmb theluie feces i1t- his sleep was bro ea with ted dreajM and the still smJ1l voice kept whlsfier Inc So when mornlBC came he leek his way over the old path ti df ihe usual mIlking He was tee late He reached the widows tMurajardt fad that she had been heat of hiss Xe as he looked over the gate she was sit ting down beside the cow la 4 giaferr ly way determined to silk or die Uncle Jerry started to ton away ktt a vicious switch of the cow tall made him pause and twenty seconds later out shot a hoof Widow pall and aUk stool went flying You cant doiiit Martha sad theres no use tryin said Uncle Jerry M he lifted the half unceascious womam his arms Whwhafs bappenedr she gasped an she opened her eyes The old cow has hlstcd yw And you yoa Im aholdin ion In lay arm and lovin you pud sajlin that after we are married ll kind ef give way em mi Methodist religion sad youll kind ef SITe way on yonc Baptist and well turn that old cow Into earned beef tad be happy evermore HUMAN AliARM CLOCKS new Meueager Bor 1r VtllfaMA au Awakeaz I Nv Yke At 1 oclock the other Eaoraiag a weU dressed man strolled Into one of the uptown messerigeIIomces He had bees dining out and evidently tram the rak- Ish tilt to his opera hat the dinner had been a success I want a messenger boy to come aid waken me in the morning What hburrf The clerk wu all business for the request was not na umal llf8even oclock lve got to catch a traIn he expiged All right slrf7 oclock glared thf man turned as he was going Oilt of the door Have the hey hamster the door harH he cavtioaed Tm a dead one when l gtt to sleep aid lv Hgot to catch thaiirala Them he weal home and weatjtb afeef with absollrte confidence IttThe whUtre were btowiag T cjeek A small boy lIn aaKens hauaiered with a club his wakeaerM H Ut door of the iaan who had dtoed the night ap in thereP he cried Get yea old steeyyheadr You goawaytre my deer cemes in sleepy tones jTrom the ream Ifs a mistake I doat wait ta get as Oh yes yoU do my 440 bIrd is the fresh reply And tht tattoo oa tH door gore on with redoubled streagth All right bey Im awake aowr howls the man who has Mea slteylag You can go away now come to the door The bey has a payer ready and as be is a careful maa he reads before signing It cerIum that he has been thoroughly wakeaed y Messenger No 432 andtbat he is aet Naw talnt no Joke replied the messenger through his teeth If wefse didnt make youse do this yoad Ibf down to de office about soon ahowlin dat we didnt wake yonse Now It youse goes back to your big of feath ers wese got youn In black aavwhU an no York Tribute Rller Kt Ike SootokBBaa Eugene Pleld was fond of relating the follOTViug soy of James Whltconb Rllcy To tUlle the tediousness ofbc tht return voyage from Europe it was proposed to give a concert in the saloon of the ship an entertainment which alt capable of tirnushu their fellow passengers should contribute Mr Kl Ility was naked to recite sotue of hl original poems and of course hecbeir fully agreed to do so Among the num ber present at this mldocean entertain meat over which the UevMyron Kecd presided were two Scotchmen very worthy gentlemen en route from land o cokes to the land of biscuits upon a tour of Investigation These twain tthured the enthusiasm with which auditors applauded Mr ftl leys charming reflations Thy mar Voo i that so versatile a giutius could time lived In a land reputed for un couthucss dud savnpory Is it no wouderfu DohaW remit ed one of these Sects thata trades man suit be sic a bpnnle poett And In be Indeed a tradesman used one Indeed be Is answered the other aid yuno hear the dominie intryjac him as the hoosier poet Just thlaki it mou Just think of sic a gad peat dividing his tIme making boosleryP I ijdIan afford to sell theu f hotiseifull iblest vehicles on the market Any Styleaud ally Prl06tI2 make selection readyfbr Spring SEEDING TIJVEIremember hand ndwgrass seeds kinds IWe Hl5rIlj THOMPSON GEm MMMM SPRINGFIELD KYI IRaDner beforeAGet ftceIJtI dayIs mniztakeNew t r4t SI iii 53 r SOUTHERN M mAl f investment Company i r OF xlttH Ky t ItilG w cELIO t t I iGEKT f fP1IkWIy v I t t fJC L CiiJ CEMENT5 +AI At f fd 1 Lowest Prices t 51 if tiA riOUGHI LUMBER t ttN T r2 J DRESSED LUM m t1 jt Li tl tV5 f SAStIancfDOORSLATH t ESt J f CONTRAOTIN l tAnything iin the building line at the SPRqJ lf FELD LU MBER CO Yard 1l 4 mm GET IBICES j k i i16 cr SiS fTileb SpringS OfOf 1901 LT r rWith the flniast and mostcompl4easortea j of Stylish auduptodateDry GbOdIaid KCIs rrthug r rwv deairto csReciaHyc your ituiitioiito REssDeGO 08 r J+ D 2ThiWhich we have IMHO esp iiv caretllliiMt 41J s electnjf and which we cosJer a 8iH iije eaLgbuj J t oily ask that ths Indies call and s iw thitnHiIytt IiITo Onr MCII Friendsvc- re iti7r v i i desi siropiv to state tbtsieti purnd to FIT YOU OUT in the very Utei Sfyles In Clothing Shoe Hats aa tiirMfl mwns weir Our stockls fte Haa4 VIncsly tolhuptodateinevery ieipect rWe wish to Jtipessoa tJe njluif rififV l ri our custoiie s that they rf jtUhrHnt rij r i 6 GOOD VALUES P 1 it In eVery Departnrtervh i rtt Aod whenlYou buy from us It tnfean fi tbtlotliwill JetadollarsIYfj ortb ol fT rYdo lirytspend and that meauK 11CI 7 lvWe arp always ready to jfcow good s WeGivR bat StampiV Grundy Claybrookf t MoittrC PING1ILD It g4iptatftryWe mmtnlttrtii sses 75i ltd sea a ed us i i fl Kd iDpsps o wStyW r I 1tlJ URTOM fll ifHTokNTI T THTN EXTRACTED IHOXJIT PAIN 1I j es Hag Bt o i jk up stars sPRINGF1E1D KY I Alt Dta Wdrk Strictly Firstclass tH11H HOlD jLCtt JB 06 1imast WCab t t cii t Xy D5HLPO j1 r JfoFFIoL j Jf It Open HeHM r iKfiJJJII0Kp vIPKIJG1IELDiKY j3t1orsNUovrPoplesPpo i1a tok IIe boiti2 to2 pmf it WLFORIGBYr rATtOEYAT LAW 0tOK FeopteP Bank i aWKNGFJELD KY 4IJ 4 h s MWEISAilNuT II qik gone YagwiiMhiifH tree tM sigeeia Mia 1Ife lifM et tM MMOI Tog YoiIi IM larthir WM end AhI the thou Ufed aM tt hundreds of tkoUEMi it iiaH Md crippled Ob the tItkid oawalatwork womaai j M sa cribs and czscIss = 1 Tkansgiy leeJtS p r irthroat aH fmags 1laB v iWtiMi tarwhtK SouoafePdrotu Plaa Mn jNr nAhf all Idling powes e1IMeN Is ii1 neTeea th lllit THAT ME RILLHM TMEEiPLE JfeittaryfcwUr t etIMraedlciM wapp ylbMM M F wiUjthezR Coughs Ui Wffc lu rbewMttsm lumbago k4s7 iTer trH asthma innpMM HMT all f ewa fore B vytMMfac Srtrybedy fa going to them O hSAll drgits WewUlprepa bpessU4tMsrcptof25c each JKfg kemstaWL fi1f I1biflio Boy Jr 699ti STANDARD AND REGISprBRED P at ter i1ioTfcfe will known and finely bred hor SrwlHake the season of 1902 at ay fiaWwi Hear wnilBburs At 12 to Iisir a Living Colt MwBfcrSa Jtof Jr sire of Yolo Is filkaJ H dala1yt HftH 01 W faU1 t That he wil fcet trotters a3d producers his pastY4 bloodtorI Hambletesiaa aad Thoroughbred wlagrtte greatest SOB of the renowned at Mtmbrlao Patcben His dam is jby the SefeWsel wboaa short but brilliant of career ataeapedblm the equal of his fllsstrlowi brother Volunteer old iirWilllsburir Ky t ij a1Blu SPRIN3 Ig02 Fruit and Ornamental Trees Grape1bVlneii Small Frnlta Asparagus and everything lor Orchard Lawn and Garden We sell direct at rifht prices to theplanter and bayc no agents otrawbesryandapplication to c r iIILLENMEER Lexington Ky jthef NI1 CATAIII tH J wiMM MMn e NL aWa- tRsMmIiv aLia tHMaWr the j cJIIpMiMo the aotrUiiPi Is h buaMt ftiitTrirt Tirgi gin ft imf tTTnc G cbvm44 Trill MM kJSSUJNISI t1 G ttd rIMs pis M iwe ii eeItI iie tIQ K1 GUI I1UD1S whst y set i IfliNf I r v i HfirinJ Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest litAllAbou Vour eir Friends iia Acquaintances M 9 MMMfJM MMM New beans peas and potatoes at OurryTapp Thompson undGreen kpep the fPIthACiUTYIJneensware decoratiye and plain Glassware and Lampsal i saacCurrysi jit k uajet e asparagul YIrl 2J Il1llve atg99 anopy- heatonand p hais folstle aIsAAC CURRY bWeto be found in a grocery Call stndsr t wPeal thIWe bav the nicestline of 15 20 and 25 cent glassware ever brought to town CURRY TAP TFe will make itto your interest to come and get ourvprices eare always glad to see you CURRY TAPP LoApair ofSilver framedI thpectaclesI about 60 Reward if returned to WPSCRUOQSpWillisburg Ky 7a DaddyGmYIjheChiislbian House May 45tn Popular soricesMr1J J iVcpabe has been ape ointed Town Trustee to fill the y left by the Designation f X It Noe Mr G OrVha ton as been appointed clerk of the oard- Tlekpitfie1dVo1ththrPir Company is being organized and has a large membership Ttie insurance companies will be ked for that promised reduc 5ponany is fully organized and the new eifgine hceretedS j The Washington County SunJ day School convention will meet Glens Creek church near Willisburg on May 21st An iin sting program ihas been arranged and a full attendance iis i expected W D Claybrook S President and T JSSecretary Mr Mike A Daugherty brother of Judge Prank E Daugherty of Bardstbwn and wfip well remembered in Spring ld dies suddenly last Satur yatCo1urnbus Ohio where he had been living fqr thepastt n ars His remains were brought Bardstown for burialaLeslie the liitle son of Mrs T McLaughin of this place died the home of his mother on last Wednesday after an illness several weeks The little feelow was only about five years and the light of the house ld greatly beloved by all Th eSsympathy of the community is extended to the bereafed mother 1dFridayfrom Mr W S Gibbs of the Willis urg neighborhood exhibited on the streets on last county court day his handsome stallion Mam brino Boy Jr 6997 This ne is Of the finest bred stallions ever owned in the county poss essingas he does the blood of great Mambrino Patchen Clay Hambletonian and thorItbred Mambrino Boy Jr is sire of a1 large number of high class colt and is a magnifi cent looking horse countyissales have been made during tlikpast Week The following are reported to us from the Willis rg neighborhoods Mr W S ibbs bought of E B Riley a bay gelding for 8100 and of J J harga brown gelding for 15E Mr Gibbs also bought of S C ibbs horse for75 and another 1 one of WP Ryan fdr100 Mr Will P Graham sold toJ B flOulwareabay horse for 350 WISGJ25pp Miss Willie Twyman and the TOprCsJi r Rev C A Humphry were mar ried at high noon pril30 at the THvirninrtVKoJ irtA ceLLt Hodgens HVille Ky Mss Willie is the EonIjWi anroughoutMr Humphrey is the pastor of Hodgensvijlo Methodist church a IntndHumphrey formerly pastor ofithe Methodist church at i ville this county 10lbon bons Try them erSWearisto remark that work has begun on the neW hotel to e built by Mr John Rl Barber on the corner of Main and Cross reets The first brick of the foundation was laid Tuesday by Mr W L McClellan the con tractor who will have charge of e brick wok Mr Osso Stan ley of Bardstown has ben awarded the contract The structure will be three stories high and will be omplete and uptodate in all of its appointments Let the good work go on In response to a summons from the Transylvania Presby teryipshciwcauso if any why ea t pastoral relationship beantween Rey RE C Lawson andj thai fesbyterian churchof this halaajcongregational meeting was heldI t that church on Mast Sunday m oporningce edivedPresbyterian church of Hender n Kyand the Presbytery has taken the matter hand as above mentioned The m eting elected M r Wr F Neikirk chairman W 10I on motion appointed a committee formulate a reply to the pom uniatioifrom the Presbytery This committeei reported a set of resOlution paying high tribute to thefin6 character and ability pf Rev Lawson both as a man and pastor and expressing deer regret that he should contem nlathacceptintake him away from a community jand church where he has greatly endeared himself as friend and minister The resolution fur ther recited however that if Mr Lawson felt that he had been called by the Master to ia field iiwhere he conld do more good in J His cause and decided to go that ther congregation would make no protest The resolutions were adopted andMr W A Waters was chosen delegate to laythem before a special meeting oitot Presbytery on May 15th Osteopathy in Springfield Dr Charles Moore the Osteo j pathic physician of Lebanon will visit Springfield three days in each week Monday Wednesday n Friday beginning Monday April 14 He will have his office at the Cleaver House and office hours from 2 oclock till 5 p m No charge for examination and c LpnsultationcesW C Courts Lebanon Col JB Carlisle Mr W R SpaldmgMr Joe Shreye S T j inpaldini Mr Tohn Brewer Mr Jim Phillips Mr0 A F Carter County Clerk C C ambron and R C Clarkson IC Sha dors Specials Fresh fish every Friday Sodawater Koko Kola andD Phosphates served with iceKTry our Vienna coffee Ittexcellent Garden seeds at half pricerWeare selling stacks of Hoky Pokey cakes Everybody likesJ hembTry our Snow Flake bread Lemons apples bananas and oranges A fresh stock JOSEPH A SHADER PublicSaIe- II will pilfer my household an rritchenAunt Marjy Thompsons house on Saturday May 10th com of mencing lit 130 p m One second hand piano one side board 1 cot 2 bedsteads carpets tables chairs stovesI kitchen iutensils and other things too numerous to mention c Terms of Bale cash Dr W O GiEUGSBY You never heard of anyone using FoleyS Honey and Tar and not being atisfle4 Sold by WQQd Robertson Drog I 1 T t eeROS k Id A LL46J I Ii SiTIicJcOiRcI N = t = = Death of Stith Noe Ther6f has probably not been occi rence in Springneld for many that sd shocked the co fears as the announcement a 1a on last Sunday of the dedth of Mr Stith T Noe one of the most widely known and mot popular young men of the community The fact that he suddenly and alone at his diet e and had been dead se before the discov y wak made by his friends makes his death an especialy sad- eon and the blow doubly hard for his rife and other relatives to bear Mr Noe had returned on Wednesday evening from Louisville where he had been with hi wife who was in delicate health ind was in a Physicians care Mrs Noe being unable to return with her husband the latter remained here and was on the streets as usual until Friday night vrhen he went home He was not seen Saturday and his friends upposed that he had returned to Louisville It was learned Sunday however that he had net left town and Sunday evening the housewas visited by several friends who suspecting something wrong forcedthe door d found Mr Noe lying on the floor cold in death evidently ving arisen from bed and fallen had probably beenC dead s hours It is the inion ttephysicians who view the that death was caused appoplexy and at the inquest held later on the coro ners vc rdict was that death was due to r atural causes Stith T Noe was born in this county i little over 42 years ago and w s the oldest son of Mr James H Noe deceased and Mrs Mary He was a young man 11Noe bright mind genial liberal hearted and one who mad friends easily and retained them Some sears ago he was onnected with the Inter a Revenue Service but for se veral years past has been in the Circuit Clerks office as depu ty He was prominent in frater nal societies and stood high with them all Hp was a member of the Marion Commandery Knight Templar the Springfield Stodge of Masons Royal Arch Chapter He was also a Red Man and ia member of the order of Macca bees During last September Mr Noe married Mrs Lenora Fetter of Louisville and they had gone housekeeping pn East Main Noe although still i out on the morning ttreetfMrs in time for the such was the shock to her nervous system that she was prostrated pn her arrival here and has since remained in a critical condition The funeral took pace on Monday afternoon being in charge of the Knight Templars the members of that order from ebann Bardstown and this place turning out in a body as well a did the local lodge of Mason j After a short service the Presbyterian church the remains were taken to Pleasant GrovejcemeteIY for interment Notice entrkl Fire Insurance Compan Lexington Ly All parties having claims against the Central Fire Insur nc9 pompany of Lexingtcjn entuky are hereby notified that an order has been entered in the4Fayette Cir nit Court die ectinj that all claims be presented to and filed with me the ecei4er for said county on or beforej the 15th day of May 1902 C C CALHOUN Receiver Central Fire Insurance Co Why Take Cgaacej With some new and untried medicine for such serious trouble aS dIo- hbe ramps dysentry when you shontd know that for over half of a century Painkiller has cured iniUiouB case Look out for imitations for here i oUlYone geunine Pcrry DavisM WhatIr fojeys Kidney jUre Answer It Is made from a pre phyellanthe cot mtry The ingredjants are the purest that money can buy and are Bcientlffcally combined to get their utmost valve PJL 4S cor ilt ia 3l10IL rd- PERSONALI Mr andMra ereJLftseywerejnrouIsvUle Mr Taed Campbell took in the Derby lest Saturday at Louisville Dr J LouisyillelastbusinestJI Mrs Louisuley on business Mrs 0 4 Gre n has returned from a visit to Dr TRayB family at Hopkins y ulecMessrs andCHundayl Mrs John huletreated y infirmary to bes tMiaLebanon visite relatives here the tint of the week Mrs J A Boulware Miss Esther and Master Bicketts were In Louis ville Saturday Mr B Bf Brown went to Lonieyille yesterday for a few days visit to Mr E L Davison Miss Lizzie Waters is spending the week with her friend Miss Bessie Johnson in Lebanon Mr ands 0 0 McChord and daughter Miss Margaret were in Louisville this week OityWednesdaym aarJ C Green John K Walls Harrjr theDerbyMrs Joseph A Shader went to L souisvillelto anI operation for trouble witk her eyesI Hopkin9vIlleb y the death of hie brother Mr S T Noe Mr Ren FSimms tooc in the Derby at Louisvilln last week He was ac companied by Mrs Simms and MrsN Wall Mr John A Simms has gone to Owensboro to engage in the livery buBineas MM Simms will leave in a few days to join him Dft RoBardi and Miss Annie Ro Bards of Hendersopvllle N C father and sister of proJ B RoBards of 1ttblsplace are visiting the home of the latter T OCUREA COLD IN ONE DA Y Take Laxatives Bromo Quinine Tab ets All druggists refund the money iif it fails to cure E W Groves turelson each obX 2sg esla WANTTD Hams sides and shoulders by Curry and Tapp Highest market price paid Forgot Their 9or In his autobiography The Making of an American Jacob A Rile tells an amusing story of a visit he onoo made to the house of three sisters whose brother had been drowned- It was a very hot July day and to guard against sunstroke I had put a cabbage leaf in my hat On the way over I forgot all about it and the Zeal getting limp settled down snugly on my head like a ridiculous green skullcap Knowing nothing of this I was wholly unprepared for tbev effect my entrance hatless had upon the weep lug family The young ladles ceased crying stared wildly and then to my hlsterIcnlthought they had gone mad For some years afterward the thought of it had the same effect upon me that thE cabbage lerff produced so unexpectedly In that grief stricken home The Napkin Nothing is humorous as the writ- Ings upon etiquette by oeople to whom such knowledge is a sealed book A cookbook which extends its branches of information In many directions is responsible for the following Always pin ydur napkin to your dress when at dinner that it may not fall under the table It may be pinned so that tho pin cannot be seen Imagine a dinner table full of men and women returning to the drawing room each wearing a serviette apron which be or she has forgotten to uoplnl New York Times The Soft Answer Mr Editor he wrote You will very kluflly note theres a poem and a stamp inclosed within If tho poem stands no show uso the stamp to let mo know butIU be a poet yet you bet J PLTKX Then the editor wrote back Although worth it doesnt lack yet such maudlin rhymes as yours are seldom rend Heres U for your letter which Is Infinitely better than your poem whlah youll find Inclosed Tin ED Smart Set Ujj in Memoriiam- An angel was commissioned by tf Lord to cull a wreath of S Ph i flowers r ea rt srden Happy came her on hi misr sion of love to transplant bright spirit blossoms to a fairer cllime Only the besland the purest must heltake that are but just unfolding to the earths sunshine that they may blossom toj a celestial beauty in the Masters garden He thought his1 q uest an easy one and hastened On that he might soon return to his Lord and announce his mission complete Many fair spirits he 1hanblemishsome imperfection nOde him pause and seek farther Only here and there could he iscove one whose beauty and purity might adorn the heaveJily crown And so he has sought during all these centuries and- euttiries and still is the Masters Word unfulfilled In the beautiful season of spring when the earth resumes er fairest beauty the joyous Iofilling the air the suns bright rays awakening all nature to joy and beauty the Death Angel has visited us From amongst us he selected a fair young jGfirl whose footsteps were but just treading the threshold of early young womanhood One whose bright sweet happynatuie had endeared her to a wide circll of lloving friends A girl jpUre iinnocent unspotted by the world A girl whosa courageous nature and steadfast faith in the religion which had been to her s a guiding star through her short earthly pilgrimage made it possible for her to say oven after the Death Angel bad laid his hand upon her It iis not o hard to die Truly of such is the kingdom oNieaven and can we not but believe in eon templating What to our finite minds seems but the cutting off of a bright young life that held the promise of a bright maturity thatthe Death Angel did but carry out his masters commands and cull the sweetspirit blossom ere the blighting worl of the worlds trials and temptations niust needs rob iit of some of its purity Can we not but believe that she has now taken her pace with those other sweet spirits that will enjoy the Beatific Vision in the Masters gardens throughout eternity Born just tWenty years ago Piety Smithjhas passed her short life in our midst A bright sunny disposition and many lovely traits of character endear ed her to all who knew her Several years ago she accepted a position with Grundy Clay brookeCo and until a week before her death was then valued assistant She had received a careful religious training and was a faithful member pfi the Catholic church We who knew her in life shall ever cherish her iin loving remembrance and to the parents brothers sister we extend our heartfelt sympathy We would not call her back we only sayuTby will be done and can but pray that we may meet again in that blessed abode where God dwelleth and where he shall wipe away all tears and death shall be rio more nor shall there be weeping nor sor row for all these thingsshall have passed away LAFRIEND Out Before Dill Time Theres one of my faults that Im free to admit said the convict who always managed to break jail Whats that III have never lived up to my con victions Philadelphia Press Self Praise- Bizzerbasser tells me tb tbe is hottest in thought word and action Buzzer Im sorry you told pie Ill be suspicious of him after this Ohio State Journal Doing Him Justice The Ifelress You secm to havb np objection to him papa except that he has no money FapaNoand Ill even admit that hes trying hard to get some Brooklyn Life Every one thinks that he is not gos siping that be Is simply talking Atchison Globept Si Ei CLEMENTS SIs the man to see about Upholstef 5Sl5 I SCREEN DOORS and WINDOWS 1 Make specialty of taking measures merits furnishing and hanging odd size shades Keep on hand samples = MayesFurnituref4 iJi w 1J 1 SpringlieldC rig Sign ijA1 i iJ ct LSqffWEIBERGR PropWiiJ Ut k lVjI 111 qj x ig t j i t to f c M1 Old itZ ta b g Of our oi tf in all the In all the new I in ttt l t J 1 Ihl a R A I i t 1gk k ij t pre to a r Th0 most S we have eVery Ii i t ycu f f tFine carriage w aiiig 1j tj Cc tr- im1fpairingkWJ order SATISFACTION GUARANTEED tAt the Casey Shop r = f WalnvUeYYour Inspection Iri elegant Stock NEW GOODS Spring Dress Goods newW shades Whie Goods th weaves Waist Goodg Silks Silk Madras arid Effects Just plnedout large fftL StkfIllcL COSETSLThe iWKiteJPmk and Blue 1 pared show complete stopk ofCLOThING largestfand atiractive1 sh9wnaki1LOWER 4Than vjiir find elsewhere andSignP done 1f Ginghams Mercerized WearenoHv erfCarpet2w ment it is now more complete thanv ever before I Shoeswe shoing Vici Kid Patent Calf a Patent Kid Velour Calf Box Calf cicf I 2 male on all last from the plainest to the most extreme Call and examine them c We Guarantee to Suit you = r1We still ex t nd a special invitation to cash buyer forIwe remain Yours Truly t Cunning bam fi Duncan o z SBECJAL NOTICE 1 fiEBTE ST1MPS tiOn JuLy4thwewill give to the two Prs ng 1 collecting the jmost Rebate Stamps djioipi of a fine pplisheja Rocker or a handsome Ban i quet Lamp EXTRA i Here are the Stores that wantiyour Gikh Tracle and will give you Rebate Statrrtpsi r r J Jf 1 fGRUNDY CLAYBROOKE McZNTIREL r t v J J j A complete liije dry goods for spring and XumraMr iiriii l No trbuhlaibsbowftoocis J fJ L f i 5t ZrJOHN C SifADER f The grocer who Jpreelates your tr de We keep evryikii f t WOODROBERTSON DRUG CO tt 7 f Thugs and Toilet Artic1sWe got era c i G D ROBERTSON MOW I 1rfiJI kSS r TjjIi Hardware Everything for tKeFarMet andJBaiiaer A1asGrOISLIPN t JOHN p y WAXES 3 i Fituro and Unde tQkingan u vtt goQ Iprop a sNi4 jitSall times i u pne f our supp m ii rlif1out many cheappiIW t 1 I i ILls regrettable that the order of Gen Jacob Smith who was in command of the American if trppps on tha Island of Samar tpilulj everything over ten and f mafce the island ahowling wilder I vnessfor which ho js noW being q tried tcourtmartiMjLLt qjia shu1dhave ben mnl1 1IJleipr pd1iticali discussion in the SonatA asit was this week but 1fiit wis iinevitable This is don t rnd thcgres fqt ojection ye poiitfcfans see politics in ryr thing Naturally there were no defenders of the order The I anti administration Senators t soht1by1nt1mationratler than i Xdirect chargetOimake it atjnear- nha he dmrnistrationi delayed in ofdering BthithV court mair- T fiantil public sentimentlu t tis country hid been aroused Ths- vi l i i deified by adtninJstration- SCPLtOlF who said thaJ nothing vOTncAirriupivin Wsnngton about Srnhsoder until it cartpou i inlm ouI t martial of Major1 Wallcr who claimedi ntnkill tJngnatives without trial he had li b n acting Under Gen Smiths f brdSrSjiand that us soon as that y tsinony s cabled to Waslv vingron the president ordered the cpiiKtmartlarof Gen Smith JTll dtt the left over reciprocity treaties except two that with f thefArgtmtine Republic and nhzit with Grfeat Bcitian for Jamaciaj I J h19 been favprably reported to thWSenaie but it is very doubt fuLwhe ner any of hem WIll be ratftiedv wbirtlTeH6usd committee rif1dbliqBtl ldmgs 1ddro nds apportioned the VporU in that MQOOOOO oh3nibuj pubhc 1bIaings bill was snown when thWtneasUre was taken up under thtspecialutoadopted the day before Hepresentaiivq Ricbard soof Tenn the minority f iWa er madea mild protest against bunching of this sort ofllegislation but it was merely to aivo arietraucs its there was only a handful of votes cast agaftnsthe bill when it was put updii itslpassage and when an atllapt was made to put the I members oh record by ayea and nayvoteit failed because only supported by ten members Great is lliB power pf pork when- prqperlydlstributed Hpn H ClayJEvun who gives d CommissipnAer profitable exchange as the pp sition which wag tendered him this week pf Consul enerjal at LoonIs1 wotth 13000 a year Itqncecarridcl the largest ih cope received by any officiali of hisgpverdmeutaboutlOUOOO oa tear in fees but the fee sys I tern was abolished several years ago fenatbr Teller has offered an rf aoi ndmdut to the Phillipine bill prc tqrDgfrJhenppoiL1trnentof acomtnission of hot fless than seyenor more than fifteen member whose duty it shall be tor endeavor to secure peace in the Phjllipitids J TjieV omnibus bilh giving V 9Sjthtthirnd to Anzona Now Mex icojband Oklahoma stems In- afajraytoLt get through the Hdpse Speaker JJehderson has ttassurail the friends of the bill JLhat it will Shortly beta n ii p a iifl they claim that a canvass of thJousc hastsiibwu a good ma t i ri JT Agk a healthy woman SS oiSv what she would vVv scll her health u for and site would tellI YOu thAt toe choifrest- l vdiatnonds in the world Acouldno bnyit Wh use for diamond rings to I cmpliasizc the shrunk fingers or earrings to liginli up the checks hollowed b disease Health i the first requisite to womanlyhappiness General orginCure the diseases of the delicate womanly organism and tIc gen restatedTberemnrablcl perieneed from the use of Dr Pierccs Favorite Prescription are dec to this xncdicnies per fect cures of womanly diseases It establishes regularity dries weakening drains heels inflam mation and ulceration and cares female weakness It affords iat erfc t pleasure to be able toray a few words in fesardto the merits of Dr Pierce Favorite Prescription nd1ii Golden Medical Diseovtry writes Mrs Flora Am of Dallas Jackson 1101tempted to try these jneuidncB after scews the effect upon mynjotli er At an early stage of marned life I tms greatly bothered with painful pert odsAUscratrodblesSme drain which rendered me very treat and unfit for sothiqthtte ecamel11mwrite Prescription Jfhr he saw ii i jpmenp there vas no tnorejiaJa and I bc g rapidJyr1 ntve l Acccept n fU1Jtlufp for woskAk wdment =jorityio its favor Its cha CQ promisingI s r no QUe will le surprisfed ifthe session lasts the greater part of tha summer The troubl is in the Semite ahd of cjburee politics are at the bottom of it The politicians ur after political capital and theythinlt it can be made out of the hill pines anfl other pending andI IfThe WOlit of the House thii majority can dcx what it pleases iiso fa asetlje regular appropriation bills are concern ed further advanced thtm usual aithls period of a long session and there Tvould be no difficulty iri arrangingjor adjdurninenfc as iCarly as the middle of Jurie but the House cannot adjourn With out the Senate and everybody seems Settling down to the be leif that the session is to be pro tracted If proof were needed that the price of aeef had been pushed up by trust methods it would be furbished by tha bids that have just been opened by the War Department for beef to be fnrhtshed to the various military yosts for the fiscal year begin ning yl next Although the price of beef to private consumers is nearly double what it was a year ago the price forifur 1 nishing the War department beef Isi in almost every bid submitted less than the prices paid under the contracts made a year ago rwants others To Know 1I haye used DeWitts Little Earlyt Risers for consiipatiim and torpidI 1irrl1d they are all light I am girfd to indorse them foirI think thatt wlifh we find a gaod thing we ought toj JeLothers know it writes Alfred grilljItorj Traveling is dangeroas Consan motion jars the kidney jjI which are keptin place in the body by delicate attachments Thiliis the J reason that traAclers trainmen carOj men and all who drive very much sufr IJ fer from kidney disease in some form FoleysKidncy cureistrcn1th the11 kidneys and curet all foams of kid arid bladder diseaeesf Geo H Haiii Isen locomotive engineetiiiina Ohio writes Constant vibration of the ci1i glne caused mq a geeat deal of trouble with my kidneys and I got no relief until I used Foleys Kidney curct Soldby WoodflobrtsonDrug Co Blind t Horseman Phil Barbour a bUild col red man wdohas lived in Darvillej dIall his lifer is now emu a horseman and jockey b Messrs C and W BlakoEist land en tteir fann In tb6 tlnr rodsburg nike B ivbouv nas charge of the flno horse Ghes r Kingandis an expert hois tnan in jpite of the defect which makcs him entirely dependent tfn thp tense ol umch fOI gm1i witheufearIS t finds his way abou tho steW andumorigtte norses aileuil to tte rubbing dcwn and feeding without an accident He Iii iollowijd this employment all his lifef and sircH hi WitS SIC II kIblind wwich was about fiftvn yeir itiio ha beu quite as ottv cessful and capable in his duties as others blcsid with sifht Barbour has managed Lo pick 11l a vast ariicuni of leinical snow ledge a out horse that nveii fot Oxpffrs Iospsj Theeare few Ifiiny iinl hiod hoi o iI Bojl ciun hi he run 11 givethe t p digit Itfl1arS bick at a tnninuT ntirr Sitllr lie p him uIt1 il HisI dB line byIt nditl40 him nd he rev r isOt a tiem ucv learns about u in rs His only diversion is guitar plViymi in which IWIbhIu in exre u bcu toe Mind fr in ho fff 1s jj lOOts jji ljJO vl i ipliL- t of curium luislntuj U1a lt hi sS iencliiiatrlei Js ha m fflio in Iwoli1 rson fill nithitti Fl vs rw il illjb aif tO again uisoraetuie durinir UcrDdllI News 1 rtliat Thin Folks ecdAIIIS grater umvir of niws tiDg rtH1 aeimll1ItiCItgchl loud For them 0r Kinus Now Lfr Pms work nosders Thny Iu n rejrulaii tti digest v iorMi1St ently xpel aU pcrsg lfrom the sylfin 4H nich tit blood improve appKie n kt 1jitIthy Jlnsh Onti 25cen tHaNdon 1Rbrton sLovetk Will CUrc corijampticn iA A ilerren inch M Poleys Honey and T jreparation pab1co- nstfnt5 by Wood t A gcfableltepnr IonrQrAs- PromotcsDFgcsliQnChcerruI ness dRestCOntalns neither Opium3fornlime nor Iiiicrall NOT NARC OTIC aI0UDr WllEL PIlC Wl itvtLSisi SgEf JfLJina I1ji1JecdBaIeas jrlmi rJli JilCyrvL l7mw Ape ecl Remedyfor Cons p1 lion Sour S ness mid Facsimile NEW tomachDinrrhocaI I I rhhEXACT COPY WRAPPER Ii 1THE SCOTCH RESULT Seeing tlc Polntof the Joke In n Plain Stor William Tnglis was a visitor at a Scotch yacht club on the Clrdc dtiring a regatta xycclc and cue nteht he wrs called on for nton KtvliT iw says from books and experience the djensit of Scotchmrn to American jokes he tqldtlio broiiUcst inost poit cd story ho could think of It ins the old chrstirit cf the Inebriated Tr hmm who nct a poUeeuiaq rud asked Jaini the time Three oclock4 aCid tt pniniuOi didnt lieai end thp IKlurwn Three oVlook tto rop y lie Shure Oi Oitlnt hrnr tt dMKT The copJJhoi lilt tim thrtc Vha the heatf llu1b iiis clUb Did you that f hv ahljon Shtire said lat e lrsl tliut Oi do 1t ten thinlrhi its l OI that Olirtldot mate ye tWik5 There IIot a riyplo uf nivvli toeJatd all were brk and fly uh Scotehzualltdraikelibis wlitLy tti hcthe fact t Suddenly said Mr Inziq I sw axis old Scotclmuni In the fur oTr break into iiHC Slowly he rtiHr Ll Jliis pipe frii Iris mouth nrJl lev ovt a cpud cf sinolrc nootlrl ho siiil buryo cniii Manic tliep Jjv uuin iv atlMt It ij 1c wee hit inJ to U asUod the sure qncstJai thrre liusc That is Tliat call tho Scott ro suit Mrlujrlis eoneindcii New Vrl Tribune Where liior Cr 4tFl rAtfl A lar niviMttiuu of tL iiiiluiKi of Xapli rvp at public Kitrhoji r cooking sils which are found 01 v cry block ij thedrrisfly etttlod pjiriins of tho tow They uo p rslly dJuy little ioonif the wrlls blc icu d with the groas ind noko ff rnerntioiisi In tho rear is mold fashioaoil HKyilars with a nuitulior of lot and kotil from wltifiJIOY mm niscs Tl largest is aivnyg lorjnuviir ui for 4hit is the staffuif li The oihcivj coui m soup alssuus Uim of Qii 5inl veetibi ill on thociuitor whUh usually ill jrots hiio tlip Intlhtcooked l foJ sjjroail oat Iarje p ulj In d howls neOr cr foiiutaK with pans sir huiUi ts tsI over Ihf Ptoclv ami make tleif coLii yriqpM are ri uiartibl w Fill11Thl tKlliJv fruit ami luaciuoni tW cbiof atlivh of Noapoiitan tlt Jiro cbeapcr lien It said than irt nay other place In 4he WOIt ant at oue ot thc e cooking shops a good dinner iirbe obtaincu for 2 cents anil enough a family for 5 ceuts Chicago llecord perald Dont despair because you avs weak constitution The vitaliui principals df Itrbiiii till as urlIy strengthen i In every frupo1 fVbiuc there in life There vttrii tiag1 regenerating pi Vr tnjuai in the whole range Kiiuarations Price 5 cents li n Robertson No Time tot lYou cannot afford to dim the warnings of a weak mIdiseased heart and put off ing the prescription of the worlds greatest authority on heart end nervous disonlers Miles Heart Cure If your heart paloita I Iuttcrs or you arc shore of hjcath have srrbtherihfT spells gain in left side shoujdecr aninjcxi have heart tcoublctaodvaie liable to drop dci4Q anmcni t vi i sio ot Oil ln II oIJOptH1Ik m ti oun th lPPtl d jhe111 utibileMrs M Aiti VaLlc N whf1 pntzt Ll j Vcrtlie njcnt saysi i rjrf tbw ijw h Crit ivuJcl kr benefits t fahi JHJft Lit r1fitI IJeftI s Fi l11 r lGci tTORIA I 101 nfants and Children The Kind You Have A ways Bought Be rs the l l Siga e ttjt In rk Use For Over Thjrty Years CASTORIA OOHy IUII cm iJnf iPiro n Sis iuuiu iiiihy The Making cr an iMii Jacob A tilts tells nn J ij s t5c v of a visit be once tnn- dIU Iiy fIirr sisters whose liiothr hncl licn drnwticd It vas nv err hot July dnjv and to 2inl uizot sunstroke hn lputn calbajto leaf iniuy hat Cin the way over forpot nil about It and the leaf ttlnr limp npttliHl down nnnsly on lay lit id like n rfdiculouo croon skull cup 1u vfns notbiujr of this Iwns rholb Hiinrcpand for the effect my entrant lintlrfts ltiati upon tho weep tar fa nilr Tho CI tailing coaspd criiix ssirnrd wildly uid then to iiy UtUT lowiKkriiirnf lrokc Into hysti r icl ihttr Vlr the inoinciH ts ugI t tlWy had pono mafor sam an ftorTnr t1 JhouRbt of Ithdi fu cITict upon nf that tIIP clti vo If priuliut1 sc xnectcdly that gvt stri Urh horn The NH Kctlung is so ac the wrii is n ion rtitLtte Iiy i to wlio SPIII nowleiitro lt led Panic 5I in ok viVli ostoniFs its branch c irrutuntion uiny directions is IiiI iliie for ho fullovin Always 0 ir ukii tt your dress wliei jn cisior thru it iy not fall under Mr lIt It taJ Ic pinnrd so that il trht oa not lie sie- nIilj ilu tililiiCt iiIi full liiii1 nd rctiiiruing to tIlt drawing lH cicli wiarluy a cmlutto aproi fhiih he or slit liiis forgotten to unpin Nt York rTues 1Ooot start wrcng 1Voti start the siiunner with a Hu glliu eolith or oll all know jvliat mniiivT cold is Its tilt larde l Idhd to cure Often it hang on tlirHtj h the entire seasotii Take it II haul right flOw A few doses oi OuoM irute Coti h Cur will set ypi fiyht Sure cur for cough Cild crotLp rip lrol1chitio all throat aut latur vublcs Att1titelctfe Acts at uc Ciiildrcii like it Due Min- tiUCvijjli Cure j the best cough liKJicino evrosl aJ H Bow rvi etCh N H I never foiinc i ivtbiii cUe that acted so iafel and Juiikl Jaydon and Koberts n If ettirt atc tin sewho arc partial h thc use of atomizer in tpylyiny I 1H in the na a pasvajjc for t11arr al trouolf be proprietor pirpari Fllvs Tifjui Cream Haiti li l Hhidilijj r viig tube 70 ctrt Drn iIltr ly mail The Liquii it Ju1 the inoiliiin il bIkrties ol ill vjilprii rau rcaiu Halu lir lIunhraht- t uii ti scrt tim ir Itiirr in fniltiiv and nltI IIIIt ilv 5 War ni rN tiF pleased aro always ivlth stI1 ItIm popularJ J r 4jGitIs i4Stylish Comfortab- leGUARANTEED LINe Tho only collar niodo vMttl n hcoxly 5 ply scorn REllAIL TWO FOH A AND FIVE EQUAL CENT ANY QUARTERI morIfan Troy Y TWO tav STYLBS LIIll l Frot TRITAB l i n Rkf- Frt THO 1 NL3POKE- rori ElJC Sick 1S ucUl inducements to Deafen Children who are weak irjtful 0 trouble ionic should be giveni a dsi 3vikti f cscrmifugei JEhejnvU- then hi iconic strong healthy andactiv a ii ihave r e rf pys b har scihIplatghiugzlt thet1ir- 1uu rscet hold by Hayoi- aiit ib son IJ V j AJdf1ydL f uatr idncis anib1addu rlszhtc cVd r ICHOSliOFCERAMICSh qrHERE STUDENTS ARE GIVENIIN W STmiciOM INCLrAYWORKINQ r1 1 An Institution Ertnbllabcd bygState ot Scjjv Jrlc In Connection With Alfred ISiiSvcr Ity Farnlshcm Pradtlcp rraSalne In Flciilt rrt- It svas long iifjjo recognized by the educators of Gpiineny that each Ptrialj technical Instniciioii Even before the coneolidatiunjo the cmifirc InisTl technical schools abounded anti with the CiftaUlisiuireiit enl central govern mont came greUereort1u the same direction and the provincial schools became tributary to the great ccnterTof industrial training Among the arts to which attention was directed tlyit pertaining to clay working became prominent The rc fievrcm3 of Dr II Seger brought to Uglit many deep Anil perplexing que J lions Manufacturers of nfl kinds of defile wares sought assistance in the t solution of ilieiri roblcnis anti a vast machine of cciqutic education was sat In motion f fAincileawas the tirst of English sfrfaking na II tlons to titLe tin matter up The jut Uatiou of the movement was due to the persist Lt agitation of Professor Edward Orioii Jr of Columlnih i who in 1KM succeeded in establishing i Bvconiijik dcpiirtni nt in tbe Ohio State university The suocAa of tbe work In Ohio led to a demand fur trained clayworktrs anti in IiOtr the legislature of New York stale pssKcd n law establishing state school of clayworking and cernni Ics fIll provisions of the act of legU latnrojwcre speedily carried out and the 6tiooitvs established at Alfred In At lcriiy e rnty with Professor Charles F IMnits MI S C as director and In connection with Alfred university an institut on founded In 1S3G well equip with modern appliances and ap I paratus to all cf which the state seho- Q1r1S liivi fun access iV liho work of the school of ceramics a special building was necessary and a plot of fT rn1 was purchased and tltcI to pIple of the state of New York upon which has been erect noon O7 IrIitJ YIod a struct nv at oiuv artistic anti wJI adapted to jts purposes It Is 75 by IteN and ill built of local red bricl with limestout trimmings The roof Is of tile also made in the locality The equIpment is very superior and Sithe facilities for research and expcrJ HHnt are nusnrpassod provision being made fur wvory branch of the industry Tbe maui entrance to the building Is on the uppiT side of a slope so tha the basement has an opening upon the lovel in the rear On the principal floor are the executive oflices recite tion room and library technical labora tory and a museum In the laboratory Iare a rcrii s of Itehtjnachines for grind Inz purposes etndluuall furnaces for fusion work Here the ninny and eon plox fspwinionts of all branches of the industry are planned and carried out On the second floor the art depart ment Art is many sided as applied to pottery Every requirement is consid ered The planning of machinery and kilns the design and construction of artistic terri cotta the shaping and decoration of dishes and the dcsljm and elaboration of One faience and porcelain offer unlimited scope for ar tlstlc and moclilnlcal genius Beginning with elementary drawingt both free hand and mechanical the stu Jeut is led to study the principles design and eventually become capable of both conception and execution Descending to the basement the vis itor is impressed with the number andI variety of machines in use Two gas engines supply the power one of thlr tysix barsepotvii drives the large mnIhines and a sninllono of two borstI power runs the light grinding appara as The jcachlnory for brick and tile manufacture comprises a dry pan or Irnshlr a pug mill or mixer and a brick machine and cutting table eerw pcrss supplies the means aIrI uijiliinp repressed brick and dry press pd seiiool opened with preliminary Worh in the Pill of moo before the compUtior of the bundles several etc drnts presontlns themselves for In KtnK tlort v When the school reopened in Septem ber Iioi eighteen students were en rolled live being youuu women who f s Kired to study the higher branches a commie art This Is considered high ly satisfactory number and gives evi dence of tlc fact that technlral educa tion upon these lines Is In demand ra w5 r RANGES cxThtE HRI VT COSTS so MUCH Tq PRO ri PiJCP THBfGOLpEN FRUIJi A enIto Appllancc jfccaca to Guard jCsntnct Damaco ty ffot Fighting the Insect Petsfl6oUn an Orchard Not since the memorable freeze In lorlda in 1895 when 03 per cent of the orange crop was destroyed have the lovers of this luscious and refresh irig fruit found it so difficult to supply their wants at reasonable prcc The golden ruIt that Florida brought to such perfection antl Californlu has multiijifd In such enormous quantities was funcrly regarded as a Jusury oda It is almost u necessity Hence when granges are scarce nnd high the query Why do oranges cost so muph at presents itself There an several answers to this question the most important ot which eRSIelmcthods ruit trees are many and perstsicnt There are hundreds of schemes and inventions for checking clue havoc that the air of a clear still night when the onercury gees down to 30 degrees natty inflict on a grote of ripening fruit Thousands of dollars have teen spent in Installing these devices in the last few years an elaborate system of pipes burled beneath the soil of the orchard and with upright Iron posts surmounted by huge burn ers has come Into vogue among orange growers of large means The pipes are automatically filled with crud petro leum from large tanks located at sev eral points In the orchard and a flame of burning oil can be instantly started at each post These appliances are all more or less costly end add measurably to the XI pense of orange culture Perhaps they may not be used during a season but must always be ready for emergency The Insect pest is eIcn more trying to the orange grower It Is always Jn tPICIlLCt CALIFORNIA evidence and must be fought constant ly Insects are combated In one of two ways either by spraying or gassing which Is subjecting the trees to the fumes hydrocyanic acid gas The gassing method Is much more cf fectual than spraying but costs more The gas treatment consists In Inclosing Ithe tree at night with a tent and Ulllng the latter with the poisonous fumes generated by treating refined polas slum cyanide with sulphuric acid and water 11 In tbe last few years Arizona has orangeIgrowing and Florida Because of the partial failure of Urn crop this s season a scheme of roofing orchards Is to tie tried In the Salt river valley the ange growing section The project volves the roofing of more than 1000- f acres of orange and other citrus fruit trees and work has already been be gun It Is not Intended to build a root entirely sunproof The plan is a simple one elaborate only in its size Poles will put up In ollhc orchards and on these vrjill be Btrnhg heavy wires In pantile rows Then will be cut the heavy willow brusli the variety known as the write motus which grows from five to tci feet high along all the water coerces In Arizona These sticks will be laid across the wIres with spaces between of Iron onequarter to threequarters of an tacIt and thus form a roof that will rio keep out the sun entirely front the trees but wil brock the fierce neat ot the midday Thereby the c2rthrarouni f the roots of the trors can bl1 kept moist by less Irrigation and at the same time will be prevented thoj hard baking of the soil which prevents the proper spread of the roots Some time ago crporiujPutR began there put ting covcr of cauvaa over the tang trees but UP plan was abandoned be cause the cloth corerlri kept out too reuch of th htae CATi1IilRH ttThe treatment of Catarrh with antiseptic and 1t k astringent washes lotions salves medicated tobacco i i1justthe pot to make it boil True these give temporary 2 relief but the cavities and passages of the head and the i bronchial tubes soon fill up again with mucus Taking told is the first step towards Catarrh for itchecks persplmtIou add the poisonous acids and vapors which should pass off through the klntare thrownhac upon the mucous membraneorinnetskin producing inflammation and excessive flaw of mucus fmuch of which is absorbed into the bjobd and through the circulation reaches every part of the system involving the Stomach Kidneysond other parts of the body When the disease assumes the dry form the breath r becomes exceedingly foul blinding headaches are frequent the eyes red hearing affected and constant ringing in the cars No remcdj that does nipt re1a tIle voltutcd blood can cureCatrrh 555 cxpclsfroni the l circuiatidnali offcttBive matter and vhpn ncht pure OdiS again coursing through the body the it i mucous membrahes become healthy and the skin 1lt I active1alitlici isagtccablc painful symptomsdisap i pear andia permanent thorough cure is effectedl S Sv S being a strictly vegetable blood purifier docs not derange the Stomach rind digestion but the appetite and general health rapidly improve under its tonic effects Write us about your case end get the best medical advice free Book on blpodand skin diseases sent on application THi SWIFT SPECIFIC CO tvatth QM a I 11T s H r4OfliMad bii wi tbs closy Oct oar Jowist wbtsie rM O- er7= EweclvotbobrwWcstp iortee Int t sot to SVISIW7 ItIctOT7J7OP a Pstfll YeIlS to uoad wo1li freight 5arg bells wass We siso j Save two Profits brkT for cabaraaM and ether ce equlpmeatt 1 UlMtzMrtMtetoffMiawklekwtlrrX I osreiorjko lortMlr It5 rM atwiiaaUlyouir sed rncrepeg Write tb4I fcT tho wtklQfM by you fntarc osc COUHWM CMtftlMC HARASS CiMc PO ex 772 J str1 1ontTakePtlCt- by secured intestlnes untllthe liver functions Unnat elit agltationcaused byathrtIcs and 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