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News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, May 22, 1902. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1902 new1902052201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, May 22, 1902. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1902 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. 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wjio ao greatly is blessect With wife of such vigor ppsessed Malcea tue bluff be must workn j TtlMil liiBgtbe shirk 1U4 so wIfe taklnga rest V Piipmrg CbronlcleTelegrapb L CntiiJil1tihasfrAffIabout wound up its seasons Jines at this place and the ma pOrltyI ipffii until the season for handlingju Jnew crop opens This bIg pany sinqe opening its re j jhaBdlin liouse flit ithis place asofbought and had Delivered o ttiei wa rehouse o little overiOOOOCth pounds of tobacco practicajjy all of itwas grown In Washing coiiiityPhe fiC that the riY rtfti3 company stfc i t i fs ig part 1ttheentireprices twere iti f the r citneisprlvi1pg sofshjpping to Jb asdormerlyfrte ttehave been doing business leased foi a term pfthree y rs andI i1eh tb easonsliusiness has been about wound upthe inten tio pnnexfcf season for as IQ obatbiC ne Iw The itContinental Company his known tp jbelongtotrusts in the country and ja trust is preached about by poli tic oiaiisandI11 J 71grealiDug bear 4 w LdIathe greatCommon people but xpri b dp to the present tuneishowgrthisj paTticuJarl trust up In a very favorablelightfgood nidny thousands of d lIar ot tlls rustJtooney have foundI lodgmeht ini the pockets of the farmers oL WJasbington county7tthis yearc1 hritiP Qdrr f1lecided to holdthe regular fair this fall and an effort will be offairst I II hel4thehold the fair during the secondI tl1pI er sQeeQ1 great dcal m papers recently about organizing fair chrcuit and some of the secretaries bf the various fair have frIl companies recently met at purpose andhave attemptedI arrange a schedule of meet gs The fact is that it is a ttertt1 impoiibi1itv toRFu tot ngea anrcuIt to take m tl7 t rV4iitne posetlie state for the shnple reason fato 0sround Springfield always has i fafrthe last of August or thI tot September and it is the aRof thessociatiop tlel iJil With neighboring counties This r y0a tbe 1airi1ate follows the Bardstown meeting and does not gnfti t with any near Owns It the intention of the directors preserve thelivoJ stock feature stheifair bv adding to the pre mium list and at Sie same time CgllJeAul IIOIjIj Ie rKGANIZE6 A strong andtatrlfpt liTBr taj systematic pull is now being ised1eductlonmra nIotQeJI fire com pany witt 6e found Thel1 f 1r wIi has already bought all of e fire hose and Ener apparatus ithat wasrpq med fiMd wilh tif- implcUonoftheorganizatioico tflire company ii willbe UH t9 sftile to makQd good then promise about lowci rateMlfliisurdLhcerates iTre io j J1jgQ4ntttWtyC- ialIy mltle 11 e1le twenty fiv j p iJotJici1 aVishort imt ago on cer am kinds oi fl roperty I TOLEI We arise to make mv empr1g incdefenseof th reIfievaluedjaembers df ffielfEWS LEADER stiffof pqu nte jporres pendents i We have noticed with gratificjiiipn the eviden s of inatixes ability and talent for ews gatlerthgrdispffyed by our tlathamSprngs Acdrespondent I ejyoungf man not only shows ambition but evideijtlv has an elakstic i agmitlnlw i of gthea successful career tini iiew- spercqrrsndanthh t vi1 rl1at hes tualitiesvareaiotiTeceiving their st reward is t1 proyocatioil f j fforjfiese observations fiAny t 1 who has beena close reader the cit 1nstcLt papers of Jate has prhaps noticed going e rounds an item concerning a stongje phenomenon of the at mophereiwhich is sad to bar occtirecWii the rI tham Springs neik jBpfioo i eceQtly The cmis oither CreVted to the Harfodsburg HeraldJPral S a al f PmHarro3sDurgn speC i ingsil a mgnthragq containing tie prig fnal iteina 4The u Harrodsburg H eHhdtery pinptII stole i bodiy lP9t appejred in tha sheet as original1 Not only that but it was tsjant iQt9i th daily apers from Harrodsburg USa hrfjori o the Iamti1leAdyocateas his owir productiont The ite i Uzn itseJt djd not amount to cinch It Was only an ingenious account f some mys erious noisesi otfV mospheripi disturbance that armed the neighbors but as we said inthejbeginning we pro test and object to any one steal lOg our Tatham mans thunder or we ttt lieve he will rualte Ms mark and we dont want to see hisf maiden effort appropriated y anyold battle scarred Veteran of the press who can grind out 5ooke stories and strange hiq jipVninAs byUVe4 yarcf find whose ijelasticityjf imagination is only equaled by the callousness of hi oiT1eiice1 J eAtflION jJIhis is aot aljreritlewordbut when ou think how liable you not to purchaseifort75 cents tbd pnly remedy universally tljeIi and treatajejiirofc6nsiJmptionf n and Tn rojUldl Lung troubles without losir us ttreat popu rity hlht ears you will belbanUHi e ctled your at GermanIJru fhaeaperhapi f r severe Coughs BrorjchiiK 10 and especially f9r COlJ vbere there is difficult eut ution apd cong ll t durincr nhts nod s2eEIjirff tere iJu Hirfs iwfo erj bvandrugIOR ftY VSI4IIIN l i ReviUstC i G Hit 8ccr- chLtfiet w W tti s j usked hOW suchI t tJrr CPt r puzzlo lbe bet psysicilLtIs iiire effected by Dr Kiugs ITetv Dtscovery forf Consumpfrdd fiBEe refSit1 ese re Ic Cuts lout the pblegmt gercnpf nd mled mudq and lets theifegivitig oxygen enrich1 and TEjiize thippiil It eala the inflamed 49o h apcQlJapgsi iv t Hard ornfastubborcbib s 9n j Dr Kingts bcw Djscoverylke mo tinf allable6 remedy fpir 5ff throat wand lung diseased Guaranteed bpttlies tOIiTrial bottle fiee at Htydon sad Eobertspnk JL 4 4 humfltl Crop Conditions Ctou report ofFF I1tL Stite Agricultural Deprat ment tas heeo issued by Qqra Ufportst skoc backward spring and jriafer planting of tl1ecorncropl LP nia of gardens and general farm v6rk is from two to thrbe jwetks behind April was genttf all dry and cool until Jthe 28thi1 when plentiful rain fill almos at ov r UIP state This caused Vejria lim to tipasir by Jivagisthdi 6ndiUbns Wheat nrta fr1yingnearlvdor1nent wrtoIjtnostiiace durng April show dathriftgreedr May btiU the April conditions fp revaIaud to be added is positive injurysustained by the unhVrrablevedth rwhicb- brings the conditions dbWA from 71 Io p9V Acerage too suffers a loss of four pointo from worth less fields being plowed for pats or corn Notwithstandirfg the scarcity of provendor and par particularly of corn live stock ottbr ugh the winter better cti ijvas expected and show a condition of 91 against 87 in April The fruit is now far ad 5anceklr reliable estimates Apples pro miseS4per cent of acrop peach es 4d per cent Ir many coun ties none are left because of the xtreme coldin December But thisdiIsj cunfinea mostlv to the western part of the stat The cropihtiie middle section willS be lair and good in thn mou HOWS ThIS We otbr One Hundred Dollara Reward hrnUlet11y H HH Catorrh C Ire t J CHENEY 5t CO Prujw Toledo Q aWeJ Clienoy for the last 15 yaarfi and he lieve him perfoctly honorable in all Ous iness transactions and financially able tto 5irryotit nay obligation iiiitde by their llrni- WRST x TUAX Whoiosnle TirujjKtsts Toledo WAIDJNO KINNAN st MARVIN Whole MIA Druggists Toledo O UallV Catarrh Cure is taken InternallT noting directly upon the bfruxl and mu surfacof of tlfe Kjstoin Prier i5- c1lrhottlcSoilclbrtl Dniggists cii oiiisdtlsn tree Makes Weak Women 0 Sfronit1 have taken your Remicks PepsisBloodi Tonic I know it to tip the bast tonicever used It wil make every weak woman strong I cannot praise Itt enough Mrs O D Pickering Olney1 1IHolds up a Congressman At the end of the campaign w tirjtebrilliant congressman from o thverworko offI had about collapsed It seemed that all the orgaas in iny bthoclywtrethree bni ties of Electric Bitters m tmadelDpall around mediciue ever sold 11oVerOverworked rundown meDandJ w seeaksplendid health and vitality frsri E teIectlbicOnly 50 cents Guaranteed by a Hrtvdon and RObertsonof Nelson County Court Monday was County Courtday and the day was fair andhot A fair sized crowd was in tQwn buLta b ifusinesst thheE H Arnold sold 1 sorrel mare for 75and a cow and calf for 24 Auctioneer J L Bridwell sol tockforMrW B Grigsby as follows Three year old mare mule fo Rapier Hayden 120 three year old black gelding to iRapier Hayde 120 three year old sdrrell mare Sil two year old coll to Harvey Kurtz 57 ii high style ypailing colt to John R Downs for99 Mr ridVelil i Jl also sold a bay mare and buggy t fiorhors for 155 Mr John R Dowijs of Bloomfield was the purchaser Standard of the latter yo 7 RevalatlM iIia1revalation4o kidney or bladder trouble In ORe foam r another If the patient Is not beyond medicinal laid Foleys Kidney CUre will cure Itnever dls sapoiht Sold by WoodRoberfeon Drug Co a EARLY DAYS Of Sprinpfieli and Her Business Industries THE koJPLE lieMrj the editor of this paper who i oneof is qtiingwi bythom its early days has recently itten some personal reminis cences and facts about the town ting as far back as 1832 or when he was a small boy Mr Davison is now 78 years old andl although almostrblind and in fee ble health his mind is quite active and he has has dictated I frpm memory some interesting history concerning his early life and the eakly days of Kentucky Belpw we publish some extracts from his writings about the early industries of Springfield v Another industry in Springfield that interested me when a boy was watching Uncle David P rs father pf W B Spears making silver spoons out of silver dollars and taking watches aparfr and putting them together He would melt the dollars run them into a rough mould when cool take it out hammer and file it getting iit into a proper shape He would hammer it over with 51 good sized hammer TIn h would take a small hammer and hammer out the impression the larger one ad made then he would file iit first with a coarse file and then finer one He wOuld then take a still smaller hammer and it seems tomehe would strikejit a thousand times before he would get it alt right He was considered the best silversmith and watch repairer within fifty miles of Springfield consequently there were watches being brought to him every day to be repaired not one in five that worth repairing He Wait like to tell them jso but would take ithang it up and tell them he woud fixlt when he came to thab there were a great many ahead of him In that way they accumulated on him and1n the course oftwentjor thirty years he would have a hundred or mor J hanging in his shop window some valuable watches but a third notworth five dollars each They looked so tempting so many of them hanging in the window that in the course of t me a band of robbers broke ini one night and stole every one of em and everything in the shop any value He spent a smah fortune in hunting them down j succeeding in landing some faem in Jail but 1 do not think he succeeded in putting any of em in the penitentiary Thomas Farris a very smartI an who was raised in the north our county was in our jail for veral months but f dont think lie reached he yntitirywatch by a mark that he had ing stone step and when the shade the side of the door got to the step it was twelve oclock H eoconsiderod his time set by thisI mark to be more accurate than other timein the state andz a man would tell him he hadnt e right time it would irritate Ihim verymuchII Old Dr tam of Harrods burg Springs notoriety told us that he wokdas a journeyman for a silversmth in Springfieid before Spears day for six months The doctor was a great bear hunter and while working in Springfield he heard that I there was a bear out near Chap in river He shouldered his bear gun and put out on foot to him In two or three days hunting he came up on him arid killed him Hec talimb pff of a very large tree went off twp r three miles got a man a yoke of Oxen and a slide hung him P1 and dressedTiim and hauled lban to the teamon the slide Thebear jwould have weighed gross about three hunared pounds Twenty five or thirty years afterward hew s Springfield and had such a curiousityvtoknow whether he could find the place where he hoLJ had hung hi 1Lon he hired a saddle norse and started before daybreak He was a greatwoods man hd believed he could find the place although whon he killed the bear it was a perfect wilderness not a tree missing for miles around He was rid and looking most of the day jand finally eameto anew houseand from something he saw hei be ved he was about the Tight place but he could t find the tree He infredthe name of Billy Hayes came srooKingWhy I cut that tree down a few years ago and built ihylibuse on the ground it stood bri H This was the father of David H3YSjDrpf the bear dozens Pf times He lived to be ore hundred years old The next industry hat liter novetdbop thePld Rollings hotel They worked several hands and mad a great many cigars tying them up iIi bunches of one hundred each One kind of them heisold for twenty five cents a hundred arid the other classUHtrluy I cents a hundred He also made smoking tobacco He supplied the towns alll around and the country igeri nrtobaccoin a small way no planter having more than an acije My recollection of the hotels in Springfieid is of ai very early date The hotel recently bum d oh the North side of the street was kept by John Wade At his death it was bought and kept by George Sansbury then perhaps by John Northcraft nejxt by Logan Bosley then William M eeks and perhaps Ben Wilspn followed Meeks The one on the corner at the south side was kept by a man by the name pf Bradburn then by TJipmas Wall then by Grant then by Bosley then by Rawlings a dIthink a mqn by the name of Wor Wlingshotel nearerthe brancH arid ran it many years v a SpringfieldDavison was one of the earliest as he opened a store therein 1800 A long time ago was Iit not I suppose it was in a frame or log house on the corner now occupied by Haydon and Robert son I have heard that he built the brick house east of the corner now occupied by Curry andI Tapp as a grocery In later years he also built the brick house on the corner I have heard that Barney Hughes had store on the opposite side of the street before my fathers R A McElro opened a store shortlyafter my father butI do uriningbammerchants there at a very early day These stores for many ears did most of all the business one supplying the country with oods of all characters Of course later other stores were opened UndeWasbTaylorhad ne later it was Taylor and John Lewis William Platt also opened one and later it was Co and Platt and later Cunning ham and Leachman My father think hid no partner until boutiBSO when Levi J Smith became his partner and bout 1840 my father retired and my brother W Ii Davison became a partner of Smith Some years later Smith retired and W J Robertson became my brothers partner I dont think H A McElrpy Over had a partner think perhaps that Cunningham Cunningham had apart aierby the name PIT Kiriey In time Dayisbni McElroy and Gu ninghamd ecame quite wealthy My1 father retired with quite a iortuneor1those tunes also the Cunninghams The McElroya continued on for manY years after Davison and Cunningham S retirement They finally retired witha large fortntie and Wsley RineharfxiSUcCdeded them tit later yeaher stores ioperied up Taylorjewis dissolve d1 Taylor continued in the business Lewis forming a partnership with Jack Hughes Latels number opened OGara Bat f ttlettnever was butone Jew that succeeded as a merchant 4n Springfield His name was Bamburger 11 rented him the tore house now occupied by Gurry Taip His wife waS well educated speak ing several languages He hac1i a 1ew good custpmers among thsubstantial peopleatid all jf the negro trade He would ad rise withn everofteri about his business One day he told me that they wanted txrribrm a Mutual Lifetrisurance Co arid they wanted him to become a member and as a nlember died living ones ivould pay their lam ily 2000 He saM he under stood itrall but one thing that d w t itytfamily2000 i e There were no drug stores in the town until about the Forties The doctors allkepK a good sup ply of medecinesr made their own pills and filld their 6wn1 pre scriptionSj furnishing them to theirpatients The first reglllar drug store I remember of open iing was tHat of Lyons Lovitig in a iroom now occupied by John C Shader There was a roan who occupied the old blue cor ner now a a1oqsout1 of the Clerks office HeTcept mixedI store a little of everything plls drugs paints arid patent medi ciiies He was a great opiunl eate arid his name was Pullunk WANTE pWethe columns of ypur paper iif there is any per ori who rias used GreausAugptFlqwer for tne cure of Indfgestion yspep sia and Liver roubles that has n 1uptmean tneLrrethilts such as spur stomach fermentation pf food habituall costiveness nerypus dyspepsia hea3aijhe despopdca f caeelicgsant trouble connected with theI stomach or liver This DE11iI cine has ben sold for years inI al civUlyed countries and weI mwishsend you one of ipiir books free of cot If you never triedjAugr ust Flo weir try one bottle first We have nev rknocin oftjtslfailing Iso something more rlous is the matter with you Aski your oldest druggists Daaieroas if Neglected Burns cuts ah other wounds often j fail to heal properly if neglect d and become troubieimeijYesl iieWitts Witch Hazel Salve preveuts such cn1seauenccs Even wherfc delay has ag grevated thc injury rJeWitts Witch Kazel Salye effects a cure I had a mnning sore pirmy leg Idr thirty years says H C Hartly Yankeetown Iud After using many remedies I tried De Witts WitchHazel Salve A fevr boxes J healed the sore Cures all skin diseases Pileayeild to it atouce andjRi Valuable Farm Sold A Lebanon special says lJasteri Conmissipner Bucknerl this af t ternoon sold the Dr DeWitt c Tucker farm under a judgement rendered in favor of the Boyle d4atloOalfarm was piiFchasedby Shin T Spalding and the DarivUle bank for 12000 Pour times hereto fpre the turin has been ordered soldand each time before the sale could be made Dr Tucker has strenuously fought to nave this remuent of a handsome estate succeeded iti having tfiq Corzlersetadeagainst Dr Tuckerwa originally for 19QPO w Stand like aStons WaIt c Between your cbildren arid the tirLuesof itching tfnd u1nI ing eczema Hpw why by using Bucklens Arnica Salve earths greatest healer QaicK est cure for UJcejs Jevdr sores Salt Rheum Cuts Bnrns Sculds or Bruises Inf allable cure for Piles 25 cents llfB Ion and Robertsons drugstore Didnjl Know Straight uiI Therdis a tnau in the cammu city of Hillsboro Washington county that plants his ont- csetgcontrarytothe usual way pirtUng them bottom upward Now if this man was a resident of this county the jaeppfe would at once conclude that he iadul c 4tO ttily 1In tlliifmu prVS ducti r te OU1ttt btJilishort with hivingdevj t a new way ot aidirig tfiftutfiL ffa iier processes AtiSersPn News TIe Texas G iftbMfci For months there iiiirumors of the subideti ef fampQsgusners pf the BVBKwtt oil fields A dispatch froaHus Z Ion Texas onifrmakes pjitii47 facts that ah practical oili eni 0 hav from the beginning nhci a J pated when it says trl1 gushers of the Beaumont firti vhave ceased to gosh Tlfc jk mise came some time godjust foflowingit if OtL stitsneouslv with the CentrilAiiiw icari earthquake Tb81 iS cus t gusher was struck more iKt year agd and over 500 spofts hate since been 11oUlhtimljf Those Jlast deyeloped pp jndv to possess the remarkable yiril of the first anaso far asoithere was no diminutioiim force are piitput Tfie atiiMiiftii down of the ti ldhrs comai iaigte mote suddeoJy tbau w ts expjttdd The future of tlie1ielcl is tI hIregardect as brgb uoiL ex t istipgabundancetiiit artiMclal means must be ydsor teA talVe m oyeit iristeadbf natural for ces f J There isiiotssing1gier in tthe entire Texas fieldAll ate ptimpars T his tQrt oCallpil te rritoriesitbeltLoI isfr but a matter of tim0ibe y rags lifej of the wetts being abbat twenty years Tne Texas ll11rb thelowtst ff 1lc11Is 4forfuel t pUfPoSes dud even for iikk HM y there isi complain tagaiist Iit i ac Qt1litofl its extraprdifaarUjr sulphurous qualities 1tseUl for less than onethird the KSmtucky roduct l i it r CtJrec5NluMpu IAA terten FnCb Ark write JToleyJSjHoney and Taris the hsiMpreparation for coughs cold and ngtronb1J f J finbw Ithas ctffeft 1 cotisumytlon inthe first stagI1i9oldN byWoodRobertson Drugo k u aswlM i d Five years ago a Iieaae the doctors lled dysp psi topk suc atjjbplS of me thatIicoahfscare1y gownteiJGeo s Mar bt wellikfcs WH attorney of Nocbna Texas tI took quantities of pepsin and other meditine but nothing helped me As a dfowttisg1 grabs atX straw I grafcbedf at Ko an jdafterKodol isi the only prpratioH yhlcb exactly produce the nawral4digestive Jiiceaandj cbheqilBtlY i1it- he only one which digests aHy HMfood and cures any form of oH ek ri rpnble Haydoa audUabesn i ileaare not only the most palafk bUt also very dangerous as the rial flat d modules arevery apt to ei fon nalignen action and cetccc elthe rectum is producted They sbcidd be cured by Tablers Bnckeyte O1iitcmeptlt will cure the mpst obstinate 1sj Price 50 cents inbottIesiibsc- ents75 for satebyHaydol atd Rob erlj ont iIJ t 1 rr Iit1 I ia1I trerlu tIMCeiI Lajcative BromoQuiaine Tablets car cold in enejay NdCareJrp Pay- reesceuts harrodb rgtarniyaJ The Odd Fellows rnivalhuo ben a big Success Froal 8JOOI to 5000 people from ajl bpdeririy i counties have been in attadampe daly The gold cash prize offer edjthe country man who wodclo j rve into town with the largest 10ad of pasSengers oil a lam wajgon drawn by eight horses up Main street to the grand stand arid landed 126 men in tbe htewon the prize over thirty feint competitors The JToestVaJw fl horse premium s1rOllb astleia 041 R eb- The prizefor Ifie beet spa on ByBonta ocdrJ4Spei- all t Weak I MfftrM trriUv M jriM ttrtmtly weak IJ2 ycttoi net MMmf wt w taraiRf to v tor M kMt 1 ftfc ATTS rm mivm utm saril No matter how Jpogyon htve been IM abr how poorly yo Y beet mcdfchie 7011 ca- taefotpurIfyt d rICMflg the MooL yow1wktwty every thing ehep- MtbmIi H Lik ycsv Iss wJiatbe Ayw UsknowisUbostbiagra4ia aMfLweIIj w r HE N1VVSL ADERII iii WSLEADER I 4pJLa BYMY THlHgOAY ftlAYSAR IN ADVANCE k f IkV 7 fJ PAVISQN LD hf f 1 Matt W k MtMtc aotices 10 c ws per J Mler bh ArMW d 5 sMe- k fer i u peCiaeII1f e 4 wJlae WnJMfk is at Jew rates Wt casb lp 0 OUiiZ peels A4Tertli c eeatraete sade oa liberal rjii OtitaarSM a 4 reeetaUoBS ef reapect8 etSpe4Ii uJlUtl t 25- OMroeIe4 T LMbI 5OO DM4etOU i 1001 MUMDAY HAY 18 lOLe I J A fatal rain and windstorm t track XJiBcUmatiyCJoyington and nearby po lt Tuesday Six per8fl8 a re non to have been drowmed and the dumber may ibe jaded to The property IOM in Cincinnati is placed at fJibOQjOOO tewlsburg a suburb I of Covingtde was the scene ofa dowmpoar of water tram a hill t 1 iid which aVept away a house but of i toiwoman and a child are known to have been lost t The Cuban Republic was lisherixWnto existence Tuesday the formal transfer of the Gov eminent being made byGen Leotard Wood The American ag was hauled down from the palace and the Cuban tanner was raised In its place Presii ient Palma took up the duties of hisj office and Gen Wood de parted on the Brooklyn for the iTnitedStatesw The Kentucky G A Ey held their annual encampment in frI Lebanon Tuesday Thomas F Bejland of BelleVU was elec jted department commander it Louisville was selected as the 1I next place of meetingo fJL fJit Brought sackqti lJackBird who escaped jat retOflie weeks ago in com pB3rwith Dr HS Asbje was brought back Sunday morning by eke marshal at Springfield t and dtlif ered to Jailer Tichenor Btr1s charged wltn assaulting Mrs Alex Martin and has been I t indicted He iis in gord health I aad good spirits and has told the Courier he was coining back tad BIS trial atthe June term pffconrt No reward had beenI offered for his apprehension and JaO steps had been taken to locate him He says that he has never been fifty miles away from Tay lorsyille since his escape put tug in his time at the homes ofr kit brothers in Nelson and Wash ington counties and ulLouis yule Dozens of people saw himi from time to time and it was easy tcr locate him at almost any moment Saturday he went into Springfield where is weil known aid the town marshal stwhin S and telephoned over hero tQ know ifBird wS wanted On iBstrnctions horn officers here he w sjo arrested and brought back It frequently reported here that Drj Ashe has been seen and ayeji talked to In Louisville and a 4Itw6u1d be eusy to apprehend him but no effort in that dir c i tion has been maia Taylors yule Courier BloodIVe live by our blood and on it We thrive or starve as our blood is rich or poor There is nothing else to live on or by When strength is full and sp4rits high we arebeIDgr 4 frwhed Done muscle and Brainii irrbody and mind with con tmuall flow of rich blood fWhf i6theer no t1ngwhen res 6 w not rest ani slewr is not sl pYte are starved our blood k poorjthere is little nutri mentinit Backof the blood is loodI Jo keep the blood rich When it fails take Scotts Emulsion 1olCod Lier Oil It sets theI r wfioe body going again nan woman and cu1d JrO Mve ot tried ft Md Sc 1r asp1fl lliebk taMe will JMrpdst3cI- Lacor It 3OWNX ChstJSpearI stt New York sue and li sit dtk l iw swwu r a wH mnw W Wfi intfi innn e Ir k News From The County W 1 Ii 11i 11 4KappuiIns Aass tie1Coutypeop1e aIi Reported by our Correspondents nnoaftnftnftnnnnnfttA AAaAAAA AAAA Z Aftft PULLIAM WmJScottScarcity cutworms an4 ftitiontheotobacco cropOf 1902 higher than usual Mr Wnf Ruby and wile have gone to Kokomo Ind to view the last remains of John P Ruby who was killed by the bursting of an emery stone Elijah Carrier Hooper re IDinoisWedI1esdayMrsjReb cently tried in Judge Litseys out for obstructing a passway Obeyed the mandates of the court by removing the obstruction ndtplacing a pair of bars across the road Farmers in this part of the country are about done planting corn and some of them are spending vacation fishing hunt ing and some talking politics prosperity or starvation while the societygoing element is rI buggydingthe feminine seqhThe biographical sketch of Sue Munday which appeared in tbeNEWaLADER recently has caused much comment here Munday was known by manya b p daringhveryof the federal and Confederate soldiers Mr John W Bunch who at tended the execution of Munday stated5to youi correspondent that when the three maddened bulls were let loose among the host of people that a stampede almost followed Several shots were fired before the animals erediled Bunch says that he killed oie of the bulls with a needlegun which was used by- eth soldiers The Farmers Bank at Chaplin operiedthe 9th with everindir cation of a prosJerousfuture i This bank is with no exception considering dimension and cost f construction one of the nicest banks in the State the building bf the bank minus the fixtures cost 3000 The cashier of the new bank is Mr Thomas Fish probably one of the best bankers oft e State The Directors of this institution are R L Mur phy Peyton McMakin J H Ch bam arid other well known gentlemen As this bank is situated in one of the wealthy sections of Kentucky there is no reason why this bank wijl not soon compete with any in the State WILLISBURG t Roma Shirley bf Tablo paid Q undayJOhn burg last Monday on business MrC1 Cbeatham and wife visited relatives in Maud on last Friday WB Shirley attended the baseball game last S turdayi evening at Mackville Elder Campbell preached tu a llarge audience at this place on last Sunday morning aqd night Dr W W Hyatt and family have moved to Mackville Suc cess to you Doctor in your new home Mr Kent Rogers and sister Miss Ethel visited Mr T J Miller and wife last Saturday add Sunday The Ladies Aid Society will give an ice cream supper at this place on tile evening of the Deco rationj the 31st T J Trent and wife Ivan Crow and wife of Beecbland spent last Sunday with A B Wells and family JW Sharp and wife Miss Emma Sutton and brother George EiD Wells and Harry Greenwood this place attend ed the Street Fair at Harrods burg last week 1JcIN1Ifle li Miss Susie Fenwick visited MissEtta Hill ast week Mr Sidney Johnson sold two horses to Sylvester Smith for 190 Mrs Martha Gla cow ofjCecil ville is visiting her daughter Mrs FranK NaIJyJMiss Etta Hill was in Leb non lastPriday andJSaturday attend ing the Teachers examination Miss Stella Ballard of St Cath lejine spent a few days last week i o v pWitbberbrpthor Mr Emerson at MrHiliorys in Mclniire toIor former also boughtt f Sylvester Smith a mule foi IJrJ Stienqer Wright who has been in Louisville attending the medical college was at home among hisj best friends a few days agoaQuite a number took ih the ex c pursionday All reported a jolly time There is to be one from L nextSnuday so every one banotI hand 4 The general talk in this section tis of cut worms They havent been so destructive for quite a umber of years as there are now said several people who have lost all their corn and gardens too Mr T E Ballard sold to Vlr Has Kid well a cow for 49 the former also sold a bunch of big hbgs fo Mr Clarksdn for 640 Mr MartinSpalding also soid to the same party a number of fat og Mr Sa Naily was called to Louisville lasf week by the sad accident of his sister inlaw Miss Mag Hill who in attempting to leftbeingr days uooKlsMiss Deborah Mattingly has returned to Booker from a two weeks stay with Mrs M L ConnerRobert Montgomery and wife orBeechland were visiting att the Beaves hotel Saturday to se- Mis e Montgomery Davent Robert and Jim Montgomery took the excursion in Sunday with about a dozen others Sorry to say some of the boysgot left iin the city Miss Louise Settles has return e from Louisville with Miss Lulu Thurman who will spend several days with Mrs Jessie Settle at Locust Vine Will Shehan of Burley was in Booker Monday looking for good buggy and farm horse When you want good stock coma to Booker It can be found here Everything is quiet except the cut worms They are stillI on the move Like Shermans march through the South they are Sight destroying everything iin t Our railroad agent says heI will get reduced rates to visit Mammoth Cave if he can get though to go on an excursion toI charter a passenger coach tcarryask those who may be interested n1postalhow many want to go- 1IX1s Asit has been some Lime since you had a letter from this place I will try to give you a few itemsI Rev Stiles tilled his reg appointment here last ularI The people are all well and doing rain well but we are needing Col R E Wliayne will visitt his daughter Hattie in Louisvill this week Mr and Mrs M yers of GravelI Switch were the guests of Rev R E Purdom Sunday The you g people have enjoy ed themselves immensely this week at Reeds European Snow and Mrs Wilson Green s Sock social Thje beau inl home ofr Mr Wilson Greene vus u scene of great amusement for both oldI young Cake and ice cream were served iu a most delightful manI neroThe of thispeople Comm nityturnedout well and also a great number from your town Quite a deal little sum was reall ized which will go for a good cause Mrs Green appreciated the kindn ss of the people and sends her thanks for their liber ality We also bad a nice little show Reeds European show whIch took pi ce Friday May rf and was decided by both young tbatfwasand several of the stingy men njj tfaispQunty say they dont be grudge heir quarter and wish they would come again The performance was first class The most beautiful thing about the show was iLbaMr Reed did f not allow any loose characters to follow it and every one with the show knew their duty aud pace taudwasatit We find it clean from start to finish So wishing your paper much succes I will close Willisburg Froth another Correspondarit rCecirGibbs reurned to school t titdatentsMr Charlie Blantonand little theIguests of Mr W S Gibbs SMissThursday night in honor of lediss Brandenburg of I MeaSe IcountyISeveral from this place attendo ed tha Street Fair ot Harrods burg last week Among theowere Mrand Mrs Jack Sharp Georgo Sutton and sister Miss HarryIGreenw odp Miss Bessie Blanton and Cecil Gibbsentertainecl at Englewood the home p MrW t Gibbs ontllast Saturday evening the young people in honor of their visitors Mr EB Franklin and sister awrenceburgtMisses Bessie Hardin and Myr le Britton and Mr Will Davis of Harrodsburgand Mr Rankin of Lecintqntt The crowning event of the jwas a fishing party on Chaplifilriver last Thursday About we 1tv of our young peo pie chaperoned by Mrs John Searcyiof Springfield and Mrs W S Gibbs of Willisburg gathered aboyetof catching fish Only qne fish was caught from th waters but hbw many from ie lana No ope has been able tiestimate but all testify that the caught aIlleast twenty bushls of fun After the noon day luncheon which jvas pronounced the most ttempting ever spread upon the banks of that classic stream they all repaired to the Hotel where they were charmingly entertained by Mrs Wornall the rest oithe dar LI Raingerl MOORESVILLE Several took in the excursion Sunday Mr Ed Sweeney attendedI church at Chaplin last Sunday 11Corn planting will wind up this week Cut worms are still numerous Mr Walter Wilham and wife of Brush Grove visited relatives here last Sunday IIt seems as though we migh have a wedding in our vicinity in the near future Mrs Minnie Mayfield visited her parents Mrs a9d Mrs Jeff 11Cheatham l 11 over to Mboresville Sunday lastI There were two car loads of hogs shipped from Booker last week and one from Valley Hill JD Barlow and sonw have erect d a grist mill at the Abe Thomas spring and will grind on every Saturday IDr JN Shehan sold a sorrel to Will Hinkle Esq for f25 and bought of W M Hawthorne e a bdy gelding for 150 1M r Thomas Sweeney and wife OlandI71Bro Burns of the Theological Seminary Louisville will preach at New Hope church on the first Saturday and Sunday in June Since our last there has been born to the wife of R M Arnold lof Maud afineaon to the wife of Nate Curtsinger a 10 pound girl Mr W A Fawcett of Bards weekIin the interest of his business Ithat of selling mu cal instru 1ments The singing class met at Mrs bjQuiteI to hear the grand old religious songs sung Mrs Sallie Walls Mis Lydia Boblett Mr Jeff Smith John A BdblettjS H and NT Weakley wentto Louisville last Friday to spend ajfew days Miss Louise Settles returned from Louisville last Saturday ni htt She was accompanied by dr Miss Lulu Thurman She bus Jhavewill finish there in a short time Thyhave severall other con tracts for sawing Mrs Vanfleetdied last Wed riesday of a complication of dis eases She was interred on the following day uear Harrodsburg She leaves a husband and eight children besides friends and relatives to mourn her untimely death LessM la Healtk Healthy kIdneys filter jthe impurij es from the blood and inless they o this good health is imporalble Foleys Kidney Cure makes sound kidneys and vill positively cure all forms of kidney and blaIder diseases It strengthens the whose system old by WoodRobertson Drug Co WINTER IN JAPAN 5 k tCombatThe Japanese winter Ja most trying n accpuut of Its continual dampness but th0 Japanpsi are content to remain cold They uinle umiost no effort to ercothc it The old bushldo cuiv alrous idea of the samurai knights was that It was effeminate to feel cold and such is their severe training that they do not really feel it as we do The wearing of some extra kimonos and the use of a hibachP or brazier in which are n few tiny sticks of lighted charcoal are tlu only concesfilonB to winter weather With the hibachi they never pretend to heat juoro than their finger which they hoi over the coals It Is ui ed when the bouse is entirely openITii houses as vvery one knows are built of thin light wood and the slid ing panels which sierve for doors and windows have paper panes They are as apt to be open as closed during the day The coolies wear thin blue cotton and are always paddling through tie mud The storekeeper sit out in thqlr open booths and the worn en go bareheaded about the streets In the houses of the rich the still cold behind the closed panels is often more iIntense than that outside in the sun shine where the air Is stirring Domeatlcatea Perm The lover of ferns will find It an easy matter to domesticate many of the most attractive varieties If be or she will be cont nt to take young plants They should be removed from their native haunts with a good amountot soil adhering to their roots Give them if possible a shady place to grow in and make the soil as light as that In which they originally grew t Is well worth while to get a wagon lload or two of soil from the woods for the especial use jpf these plants In llifting them wrap each In a deep has tel applying enough water to saturate the soil clinging to the roots Do not plant them In tLe border until after sundown If the next day 1s sunuy shade them well and shower them fre quently In sown Instances most of the old fronds will die off but If care- si taken In lifting and planting and the necessary amount of shade and water Is given few of the leaves will be- lostEhpul E Rexford in LJppincotts Magazine Man CaSing Wild Men In the celebrated Travalles of Ed ward Webb are dozens of stories that would make Mnncbausen turn greca with envy One of the most oele brat d of these is his story of thewild men of Prester John which is as tel llaws In the court of Prester lohn there Is a wilde man and another In the high street of Copstantlnpple whose allowance Is every day n quarter of raw mutton and when any man dyeth for areIlhigh streett of Constantinople each of them having a jpantell about their shoulders and an over their bodyes wonderful long balre They ttherbave by the neck lest they spe all that cometh within Itheureach The Unman Voice Of air the marvelous and mysterious things about the human body the voIce- s perhaps the most wonderful No one has ever seen It and no one can toll what it Is tbroatIchords so high It seems something must surely snap The basso drops his voice till it goes so low as to make you wonder how be dOes It The baby cries The orator and the actor move people to mirth or sorrow B contracting or expanding the mus deS of the throat and by Inhaling and exhaling air the throat produces the thousands of sounds that we call volce Desperate Parting It is no uncommon thing In Suffolk to see on some country platform a girl starting for her firtplnce In service with the whole family assegbledto leeI her off There Is bitter weeping rind much expenditure of kisses of mater nal Injunctions and presentation of flowers If you watch the Inexperienc ed traveler you will probably find that her destination Is no farther than the next station n distance of perhaps five or ten uilj To go beyond London Is considered tin worlds end Eastern Counties Magazine j Abeentininded A woman who has an absentminded husband who will bear watchIng was startled a few weeks ago on per way down the church aisle to see that the good man who had preceded her wu still wearing his bat She transmitted a signal to him to remove the obJection able article when she was still further horrified by seeing him remove his teeth instead Inseparable Now then Willie said Uncle John arent you tired looking at the monkeys All right reluctantly repUed the boy who was on his first ylsit to the zoo Now lets go to the place where IthephaPSCwt Ont tlteRe It la a goodthlhff for a young man to try to make his mark In the world so long as he nses something besides red oalnt in doing it Syracuse fleraldr 1 t Jr QjljwWiWiiWiAi iliiijAf liiiw istW tfIiw I JWBuy Biigs 7 0 f 116 I bq fthe Car+od T 1 itit a inj a I jIfAPitj i t T 1 1 J hl5 fr 4 R is at 4t fe ij we of all v t a v 3 KY mm mm f ln m OF Applrtoir A Virginia statesman In has two boys about five and six years old who are not such an gel children that they do not scrap The family healthY discussed a good deal by the parents IIn the presence of the youngsters and the two evils held tcr be the very wOnt that can be feared are microbes and drafts The other morning the boys sot Into a wrangle Oh youre a microbe hissed the elder in his anger That dreadful epithet bad neverbeea- applied to the other before ud for moment be was stunned Ly the Insult He tried to come back at his brother but at first be was at a loss ttosay You you youre another ke blurted out at last and then caught himself No you aint either jon are a draft he exclaimed and the scrap was on Detroit free Press Capital aail Labor The trouble between capital and la bor Is just In proportion to the Ignorance of the employer and he IgBo rancd of the employed The more In telllgeqt the employer the better and the more Intelligent the employed the better It is neyereducationItiiaever knowledge that collision It Is always Igaorance on the part of one or the other of the two forces Speak ing from an experience not inconsider able I make this statement Capital is Ignorant of the necessities and the just dues of labor and labor is ignorant of the necessities and dangers of capital That is the true origin of friction be tw en them Carnegies Empire of- Business Rest Before Meals The value ot a slight rest before meals Is to a physician very great Indigestion mote oftea arises from eating when tired or ex cited than Is understood In his diet ary for a patit X very well known insists upon a fail twenty minutes rest before all meals except breakfast Five minutes complete rest of mind as tttellas body Is none too much for the person of average health and it should be taken regularly New York Pest Keeping Rla Ward fought he swore to right for ye So be did- CassidyBut hes not on the shtmmp anny more t Hei writlm a blstbory av Ireland now He fought tIlotJ tile aUIest way to write her ynrengs Record SaVe Plata Ovty There has been an awful lot of talk about plain duty What does it alt meanT That depends upon who uses the phrase Ones plain duty his own idea is what be wants to do and according to the Ideas of others Its what hedoesnt want to doCbi cage Post Sky en Caaaa Could you change a ten dollar bill for me Henry r Couldnt even change my mind this morning my dearNew York Times Daaotfal Prate Miss audience went wild over my singing I bad to repeat my song no less than four times Mrs Oldtimer Why thats just the time they used to make over me at school Ive known the time when the teacher made me say my lesson over half a dozen times Boston Mad Tk a IIIhavent you Waiter Yesslr and theyre uncom moO nice today sir Will you try some News of hdllng rope crooks a sailors Sagan or M too muot ridisg of aUeraU stamps a worried expression on certaia faces Ko wonder people said of the Italian pot at bpMMd a1osgI1 There goe i1ME MAN WHi NEVER cocapWaU ahoy naiad all ykM te the action of Seasoas Fohnu Platters toA quickly toe Not only those but eokbaad coughs kidaey sad liver aCeeUoM all sad assailer Ief tha cheat aetkau aaeVatt ailaeaU w are opea 4e extetmal ireatawit II is ire q1 aIc1 tJaat 1111wkea ethers are net even able to galleys For tidrty yean the lead l Junk taken en t w we wlll pnajpoette oa any munber ordered J the- United i States on receipt of S5e sash tuid W can afford to selll thpiaje- lose figures hmpe tnll5tlull of Ftotqe of the latest II biest v hiciesi on the market Any Style m Pricei j tCall and make selecticA andbiI eady for Spring SEEDING TIME You must remember near band and have grass seeds kinds 1 We make Specialty ofHoitliera Seed tLi FL THOMPSON GREEL 44 SPRINGFIELD mnml II EptketaIWashington respectively occasionally produces according consumptive specialist CasaldyOl Irelandswrong- sCueyTbzue CaseyNo Philadelphia according UpperseeTbe Transcript beUenIslrChlcago SEEIOutaT oriaIIMin2oac 1IUIpealia UHIHS1- Tk congestion sksIsstjiease XtuUrltewtI pustrsuopeeswIthitfleoasPlaeier ZUc1niIIe 8OomoaMfgQbakts11LT Our arid and crat fL 14 1IIuIr IrIi Reveraej4 1 r Ji 1-SOUTHERN MUTUAL tl Investment Compay1r rorLdatKyIII G W McELHOT I H AGENT L k l IISpriiZIeIL Iy I j JI l i uJcJ CEMENT5I r I t At Lowest prices r l i r JJOH LUMBER j tit t DRESSED LUMBERI i t c SASH aind DOORS r l fIICQTBAdPINff I nythirtgiit thr bpilciing flnetatthSF1- 1Qf Ei D LUMBER CQs Yard pJfj ttJ CALl AND GET PRIGESi j fr f4taj The Spring Of fl 141F Ib fifJ t fUt i q ji4 ii With the finest and most complete assprtawHiV tr Stylish and up tcVdate Dry G s WMiltC- t t 1 sliiVt otis lie of J t4t f4 h1 DRESS GOODS0 1f CIP1Jt l 1 i Which we have ben especially carcfulviii selecting 1and which we eobisldar fteprl fJstucktiatIorvatIetvndteautyotdefI IrI c has llevpr been surpaSsed Ii SprlgfieId JQ ifojvvT i themselves To Our Mett FFiends FJ 7 d 1 j We desire simply 10 Mate thatwe are pen Io Brc pared to PIT YOU OUT in the very Itj f I styles in Clothing shOes Juts aid otlwr mens wear Our 1 too ri tis fresh said strtcllf j4 ittpdate in every respect 11 r JlMrr We wish to impress on the iniBda OtI Li our customers that that are gvarnlwdWi iM- GOOD s j tVALUES 34Ih every Department d 6 4rgtf y And wheq yOu buy from us tt means te Sfejliwifltet gql1arltYtQItlafor eveiv dou1syo spend and that mbas Much tWe are always rely to show goods m We Give Rebat Stams h 3 firundy Claybrooke McluitWe J t 13PR1N0iILD D i 1 fJ i4LJTwa4 SS7bO the Lwlive camoQlMaile rbuw- redt tw Fki1ys tfr i- iIfKdDPIISDstr kJr 1I1TTT TIT I l I J lJIIlrl aMJrJVI MIIjf fTDETIbT EXTBACTED 4OUT PAIN I Q II 0IIy 4Ii iQr1L1 KY tc t AM JPKit l Wck Strict1 rcli e I l Aonfl il TIllj tKI j r FUSED KT ft FPj 9NIjj yf r f AJlOptNMMH tD S Lso1 rZIMGY1ZLDIKY f O flCiD RasbsforS sUuu v r Piopk JDftposit k Oobouri12Lo2jrn I W F CRStT1NIY AT LAW u Ts roli4es sank- 11 JnfNGmrD Kr t EncItAND EATING flfI Tbt ireJ Ste1IIIaek is- f a Wk BtaBMck A dlBB r at night Is acceseary lei woe p1casue or work keepS cfeaMtt1J0 ealy a light wboles mereJ i pst sfimM be taken at the end of the 4fey Wbea BJUBclea and Bervcs are a erless exhausted jfc4pedsmacbllsa weak stomach ta m sSBieBruIe to remember Yet bow ftB sjse bears people say Ive becQ- g1II about all day and am tired to atari aut have A big meal to make Bf rer tl You may put the big mew late the stomach but you cannot make tbe stelwcb digest It bSCkvesstrosg1athObeartsandr a tlons 1=bdk arta Mi iMlMlili1Jtbe stosMcb to digest the food Now tWs taAs Awb tltee t do x t refaBTsprcais tie blood throughout the di1 Ter Ute pt per ditoaot toed the rin IB tbe stomach FwtHsHe t1JUpOrta ttfctWAAra tac esbaBstte Tralk blcy ete pte er asy severe physical or men tal itoalB take a good HIt hours rest la a Emf ertable armchair or lying on a sefabefste yea eat a substantial meal i A WbIiIewt Wbea the earpiece of a telephone reJeeiver k held to the raoatbplece of traBiatHer more or less sWill tedS er wlietie is heard la the receiver This eeevfii wbea tbe apparatM 1ngeedJ warbtsg eeaditioa and when trans adiey is ea short circuit This effect T e SfsBa asahjjSM GtocompIMtbaaitbese which occur i an beH0s ea its circuit Is closed mOd etUi diaphragm of the receiver tewaffd i4e Btagaet tends to weaken the frsssac 81 t e4carbon oC the transmit ter wbtek causes a weakening of t carrer tiiMfWlBg tile diaphragm to taU a awawtk the further result that the air eelmaB is compressed Increasing tbe fysssare pa tie carbon agalq and alMjiwreasUc strength where t4 daMsverggais CasslerB Magazine The XmaMUt XevtK It lias beea discovered tljat the buh BUtaBM tB is slowly but surely and steaiMr BMYiBg toward the left of the taetw ieltwUlfotlaie iso3rbeft 4a Jbf god of Jtbe ttear All the Ite great races of man have H ce tjollalile tepdeacy totHIT iMtthe feftb which grow item tbe left 3fws Xais wesrs e3t tbet1eftn prScI Rtvcacl1attlo tewax4 the left It is Ute expressed oplnfoa ef many setsatists whe are foremost in the werMSrell of professional honor that te tile coarse ef time the mouth from S lJJIMeITwill ISM be sitmated rather Bearer il4 wciUtKIi to the nose theC 11toJOriIIItaJrQ8 says a New York I dealer are nearly as standard as gold Wbea aa Bacttoaeer sella you one for t cicHapthsaeEvery rac bewe bas Its ageats at auc v tios swke pay silgbty close to the mar ket pdee for tile genuine article JVben YHan badaa edeatalrg fbrten or afteea years it is worth more than wbea yeu bought t provided it is geo4e4LtIoL It Is thea aa antique Iysa bear of any one buying see Tthirdatay safely wager tkattbeybave been r patched Jlcter Rcmamstramee JebaBy and Harry bad beef left at flsfQseostAf edtiaw they wanted to stay up fsr IreQstiem p1 fiiIt Zatry m1ia1d- a f ried gMJ 4 ThiufriitesQ4 1tth foot of the staiss heptartiwy ws M sees be toed Af i he uaiiriwloiMHT cry alWtI JIMi7 ra1IiefLIAHMVaIL Constipation 1j Dm your b facPtlnMV f yiMfT trt Bad tMpTlpjpir mouth Its ytir ysrII Ayers Pills ire ttvtriitk llity cure coasts ptte kead cb dyspepsia p3k All dciml- iii kIPUIAW DYEtsrs- J 5 M I LH oug iIU iEiliiiUt ila U ii o I iiiiiil iQWLLOcIppiiIfls Latest AilAlMutYouritir Friends siitd Acquaintances ttlIfj tThompson and Green keep the gin nine Oliver hllledplowfe prii IJItfv als m lce CQoIAlsod waterwith ice cream anI frtitlices at C Hert leinsxjoufectioheryvf i W 1 We have a car loa l pf o- wpefor sale in any guantiy m THOMPSON GREEN ftfht1f x ti graham diy bred 1k ddaiiyat C Hmleins j Helalsp keeps M fteSh tandl1foeafc tfcakcs iine f pies I iTt LoSTrApair pfjSUver framed Spectacles TosuiapelSQ aged ifretumellto1wWPBCEUGQS p4I Willisburg Ky i Bev S P Stiles is atTexas his wee engagedt id Pro tr fed meting Hihis regular appbiritmelii k t 5 Pleasaut Bun and Mayape1hnext Sunday 4oThe vladies of Pleasant Grove church will serve dinner lnVthe Bsrrbcc buJing on next Monday ouiity cpurt dayT gooddin er for 25 cents and everybody 3I should patronize it olpmiUinerye roreatnow on Newpatternfe just in andthe latest tHhigs in ready to j wear good dMrsThe dog lawJs now in fall ef l feet and operation and Marshal Grcei t z tO cb l loot the license pr apply he penalty Quite a number of dog owners have already complied a ith the ordinanceancisecuredi w tag 1ortheirdo v S J At tie regular examination w JJcbmtnoDsebo hite applicants and one clored M of whom passed creditable examinations l The applicants were Mary pohoney Carolyne ones Lizzie May Gregory Eva fiurnerrayAnn Gluybrooke Sallie ontgomery M and Thurman Chesefl The colored applicant was Chas H Platt J a RevJR E C Lawson will I preach his farewell sermon at the Presbyterianrcburchon next o Sunday as he leaves next week o take hisnew charge at Hen erson Mr Lawson is enable minister and it is a misfortune tp the church here that it will lose is services No steps have yet been taken to supply the vacancy ii 4i vj 4 i ii sif lsf The first Teachers examina lisii was held Friday and Sat urday4ie resultof which bajs ot been monoiJe The ap licants were Masses Regina udd Fannie Reddicks Annie Glarkson Julia Lear Susie Pope Hattie naf rdjMary Mca Kitrack Effle Anderson Katie haurity Delia kelson Rose 4ains Mollie Hines May N oeb rs Mattie Harmon Mrs Helen rouch Messrs Walter Crouch verett lee1ingTThe regular term of the Quay erly Court convened here Mon ywith Judge B L Litsey on e bench Iri the case of pean s Royalty appealed from the magistrate court motion to dis miSs was sustained The case pf AlC Kimball administrator of the estate of U L Strange vs Julia Strange was contested his suit was to decide the ownership df some personal property The jury divided the- oproperty in controversy The ttachment suit of R A Lank ord vs OM Drury was strong y contested The judge has not yet decided this caseDAt a called me tDgof the citizens pf the town held at the Court House on last Friday night the Springfield Volunteer Fire Company was organizedi Mr j C McEIroy was chosen chairman of the meeting and Jrli Barber ryAfter a w discussion pf plans the following eofrereRuH IOhjef JRWharto Assistant Hiief John H Moore Captain of Company No 1 C p Hertlein No 2 and Tom Conwayv jizej each who are to lae instructed arid drilled and who are expects To1GgJJ Ied to turn out at every lire An meeting will be held soon to further perfect the organization The peoe of the Texas nei ghborhoodf were given quite a treatbY theLadies Missionary Society of Bethlehem Baptist churdli air the home of Mrs Wil son Green bh the evening of the 17 h aIhd re wasquite a crowd preset from adjoining counties Del ghtf11t refreshments were served and there was quite a display lowers arranged on the table There was a crowd of about twenty or twenty five that came put from Springfield onahaywagon About 35 isi the amount realized t The en tertainment was called a sock social and the ladies Society deserves credit especially Mrs Green in the manner in which she entertained The entertainment consisting of the play entitled Daddy and other specialties by ome talent at the Opera jpfouse n last Thursday evening for the benefit of the Christian church hvasquiasu ess A large audience1 witnesssd the perfor mance the receipts of the eyen ng amoiifnting to about fl20 The play as presented by the comp iy tipf Well received each art being admirably carried ut Pleasingr features of the Evening were the songs and recitations between the acts The music which was under tile- irectioaq Mis Katie Cain was especially good the violin play iDgof Muis Hilpp and Miss Teresa Vatheh Tpf Lebanon beingvpartK5uIarly fine MiR C Qleiver has pur Chas dthe Windsor ter of ovelith hiamll1 totha+ plce to ake cKarge i The hotels of hich Mr Cieaver has become r prietor is the largest find the- rincipal hotel in Paris and prlg inally cost about 25000 The price paid by Mr Cleaver is said to be 17000 The old Springfield hotel lot as well as some other property in Spring eld is still owned by Mr Cleaver but we understand that he will shortly dispose of it as he has negotiations on to that end Mr jpleaveris5 a good hotel man and clever gentleman and will doubtless prove a success in hiS new home He went toParis n Tuesdayand his family will following short time In an item in our last issue con cerning thpproaching election for Circuit Court Clerk of this toappearthatMr e a candidate to succeed himself We ihave since learned that Mr Campbell will prpbably not eekthe nomitnaion again but niay retire at the close of his present term which is yet nearly two years off Mr Campbell will have then served eleven years s Clerk and has madb a popular official As Mr Campbell is not as young as he appears and as e has various other interests to demand his attention it is by no means improbable that he will to make the ract again here are by the way more than one prospective candidate for the office shoM Mr Campbell retire and wlitn the lime arrives the race may prove an interesting one John Applegatt familiarly known us lover the night watchman of the L t N passan get engine that stays over night at the station here had a rather thrilling experience jjust before the time for the train to move ut yesterday morning Iteeema that the starting lever or some part of theenglne had not e nIworking very smoothly and tim orning Moor Applegate had raised steam he concluded to try the workings by the machinery to see ifall went well He cut the enginejoose from the train and opened the throttle and all went well rather to well for comfort The engineimoved off Bjoyvnjthfrantically at thb leverin avain- ndeavortostopher but some thing had gone wrpng and old I even Ought Eight ap eared t0 haye the bit in her eeth and was headed for IJouis heaaof schedule time wild nde9f about three- niileshowever the engine was stQpped and brought back to the tatlonfdr her toad 1EtecNAL 0 rW4 O Qrlg by ts yIeitIngrsl4 Lives in tecOUfltY tblaweek Mrs Juie8 R Noeiliyfllt1n rea tlves In Harrodsbnrg this wick Mrs channcey Edmunds is visiting Mw Gecjrge Obeschelr of this place Mrs Tite of Tayloraville is visiting her daughter Mrs RobertH McElroy Mrs t1inley Scruggs has gone to Danville on a visit to Mrs C R McDowell Miss Ensebia RoBafds is at the home of her brother Dr J J RoBards of this place for a visit Miss Fredda Minton of Cleveland Ohio is visiting her cousin Mrs Cut tcn A Green of this place IIand Miss Mary l Burton Of Lebanon visited Dr RoBards family the first of the week Mrs George Anderson and daughter Miss Lillie of Danville visited rela tives here last week returning home on Monday Miss Julia Durrett of Nelson county who is a student at St Catherine visited Miss Jennie Claybrooke Sat urday anj Sunday UMr8 J Q Wlllett has gone to Nashville to visit relatives She Is accompanied by her sister Mrs R H Edelen of Bardstown Mrs William D McEIroy and baby of Williams Arizona arrived here Tuesday night Will is still in the West bufc is winding up his affairs there preparatory to returning to Spring eld his old home to settle lRe yW M Stalllngs left yesterday with ElasfamIJy1 Garrard ooanty where he Ube installed as pastor of the Forks df DIx River church Rev Stallldgs Ieveimany friends in Washington county waste he was born and reared He naa had charge of four churches for the last twelve years and the members of the varioas congregations give him up with many expressions of regret but with best wishes for success in his Dew field of work i A jolly dot of young folks made up a hay riding party on last Haturday evening and attended the Sock Social given at the home of Mrs Wilson Green in the county The following composed the party Misses Lillie Anderson Julia Barrett lildla McEIroy Lucy Selecman Jonnjo Claybrooke Willie Mayes Sadie Mayes Annie McOhord Mary Hayes and Sallle McEIroy and Messrs W DA Ofcybrooke Ruel Tester Gwinn Marki J S Claybrooke Gray Cleaver E S Mayes Jr and Dr Hord Mrs Finley Scruggs acted as chaperone tor the part- yResolutions of Respect Whereas our Brother Stlth Thomas Noe wbo for many years uas been a faithful laborer In the Lodge below has now been sumnaoned by the Great Lodge onHigh and there is an empty place 1n our Lodge Room and we shall no more bear his familiar voles as with accuracy and clearness he conferred the sublime Degree Therefore be it resolved by Spring fleM Lodge No 60 in Lodge assembled First that lu the death of our Brother Stith T Noe we have lost one whose fintthougbt was always tor the good of our noble Fraternity one who not only loyed tbe Order bat labored Tor its advancement being continually willing 9o spend and be spent In Us service Second that it is to us an abiding hope that our Brother Is now where he no logersvos through signs Md symbols as through a glass darkly but that he 1sIn the midst of the realization of all those mysteries that were dear to him here and that the bright vision Tratb that waves every true masba OB Is now revealed to hist in all her beauty and sptoBsor Third that oar heart felt sympathy familyInlong years loved and sympathized as only brother and eOn cam Especially do we extent our deepest sympathy to the stricken wife and asters her that with all oar hearts Wei weep with her asd what haaaharts and hands can do we will do for her cent Bolatloa Fourth that a cepy of thus reso lutlons be sent to the NXWSLKJLDER with the request that tbejjmbUib the same that a page of pBT mlBBtes be dedicated to oar Sretbsrs memory on whlsM this actioa fee iBSorlbtd aid that oat jtodge be draped IB mearBlBg and the Brothers wear the moBraiag badge for thirty days BE O Lxvsbir W D OliAVBBOOiOt w F lfB1xIu Shaders Specials Base Balls bats and mitts all low pries Pumpkin seeds and butter beans and several kinds of pole beans for sale Watermelon seeds all kinds in bulk We have arfull line of seines and fishingtckle Remember we still have fresh flshpnjFrida JOSEPH A SaD-ER5E Foley Honey and Tar contains no opiates and can safely be given to the children Sold by WoodRobertsoB Drpg Co waits ethers Te Kuw I hare 0 d DeWitts Little Ear Rivers for constipation and torpid liver and they are all right lam glad to ind9rse them for I think that when we find a good thing1 we ought to AlfredHeinzenor diatres Sure aifepiI1S Hay don and Robertson KdI 0 Dy Ours l1li whet 70N SM 1ALUABLETYPWiit iR1PrOT mcnta Xaklt Wrtk mae More Tfcam Its Orlarteal Cst A New York bachelor aatker Wbe writes on a macblae wrote a note recently to n spinster authoress wbo still IncideatallycailMher ttuewisheda machine for her at f5 per month guaranteed to write poetry able arti cles fiction etc Aday or so later he received a reply 6ltten in a beautiful Iyjlear round band to this effect typewriting calledsoundkindwell in single harness and U you do not eyrknewIhallyouwereflowerItequalfacUlty wtueeImprovemeati l It save at a considerable advance and partwithwarranted to treat It with care At present the author is striving strenuously to become a millionaire so that he may secure the services of this inimitable typewriter Detroit Pta Press Tfcf Life oC Clrems 211ICircus peoplei are pretty clanBlsb From jjeneratloa to generation they toadoearth nearly so fast as tbe iasurance companies seeM to think There jarej plenty of good performers that wilL never see sixty again sad some that are seventyfive years old and still as manitty1ei1nother branch of the amusement business is the family fife kePt upf for ev ery woman who travels with a circus witbhercircusegdont companythewomen briar up their children to it 3he little boy you see riding around so gayly onj his daddys head has ta learn his les sons here just the same as if be went to schooL Womans Home Companion WIt tke tmm Will Vail The total of tbe suns blat is equal to that which would be required tq keep up 470000 millions of millions of millions of hersepower or aout 78 000 horsepower for every square yard and yet the modern dynamical theory ef heat shows that the suns mass must fall in or contract thirtyfive meters per annum to keep up that tremendous energy At this rate of contraction the solar radius will fce 01 per cent less in 2000 years from now than it is today According toi these deductions a time must come when the temperature must fall This being the case it is incon- ceIvable that the sun will continue to emit heat sufficient to sustain animal life for more than 10000000 years longer Lawyers Advertise In spite of the prejudice among lawyers against straightforward adver tising says the Philadelphia Record several members of the bar do adver tise regularly in the newspapers And they find that it pays One lawyerIn New York who puts 100 a week into newspaper advertising exclusive of the Sunday journals tells Printers lak that be would not stop advertising for tbe world If I should stop it he adds 4should expect te be forgotten That such advertising pays I know from long experience The ethics of the profession are largely an Illusion a bugaboo No lawyer is ostracized be cause il1eadvertfses The Homcst Statesma Some years ago an Englishman ylslt ed Washington aad met a statesman belonging to the minority party who gave a most startling account of the corruption existing in the government and the terrible struggle be bad bad against It Do you mean to say sir asked the stranger seriously that yon are the only honeSt man IB tbe American goy ernment Well replied the statesman stroking JaI beard meditatively 1 wouldat go so far as that There may be four or five more somewhere Steel Wlr Rape Steel wire ropes should be of cracible steel having a breaking strength pf seventy to seventysix tons per square inch Large pulleys are more necessa ry for wire tbaa for hemp ropes the smallest diameter permissible being 1300 to 1400 times the diameter of the wire la the rope if of roB aad 2 000 times if ef steeL For raining purposes wire ropes are best made with a hemp core being more flexible Japax s LaenrA piece of genuine Japanese lacquer Costello native artist almost a lifetime- to perfect and lIs produced by hun dreds of tMa coats ef lacquer laid on at considerable Intervals ef time tlie value consisting rather la tile kber be stowed than ia Ute quality of tbe ma terial used First dUll lacquer wsr caii scarcely be scratched by a aeedle His Best SiteaL HewittIve lost my best friend JewettiWhy dont you adverti8efo It wittWlat do you mean JewettI thought you said yonfbad tost your pocketbook Smart Set The Lion bridge near Sangang in China Iis the longest in the world be hag five and a quarter miles from end to end The roadway is seventy test above water Tur1ys Saeet Spat- The Cbjrkau Scberif or ball ef the Holy Garment is the most sacred place in Turkey for it sbelters the mantle ofj the prophet hammec JaI Itanc1ar4andivenerable beard which are inclosed In a casket of gold Rs ardiweat have eo effect ca baroo trxted with Eureka list mta Oil lire Ike kcepttbflcatl soft sad able SUlcht do sot V Non fkt r bee leehafe LasSent The rieSpOt sewbst ass sslostbytbi ageotEsrebs name1 e Sold Incas en g Msdeby all WII 01cpy A WINNINGi tRICK B Lost All Mto lets anS fMMtf XMCTkT DIng 80 The captain ef one rather old taA thatbeChina before he received a full cargs of tea and would have probably to return In ballast j began to every ones astonishment say that owing to the eapnsaga back to England Then still more to the Ito hment of the captains of the fast steamers and the world at large he commenced backhlBiself to- niakethe fastest passage Borne In Sttck very considerable sonia of money did be wager 0at people b gali to think there was somethUag 1at and the merchants sent thelrtea almost ea tirely to his skip arguing that jas tii captain stood to lose OUt rehs 19 his steamers engines bad prokablJi puti film in apposition to bet almost on certainty Off course the tteamer WBosel great eat speed was eight aotaaDIIOar raved in England weeks after the oth ers and the captain loti200 put stead of haTIns S lie In ChIna waiting hla cbanceot rio comiBg In fronl the interior a probable delay of wefeki head cleared ina few days after ka bets became known to the public with a full ship thus recouping to his owners who of course paid his betUag lose es a considerable number of thoBsaajs of pouBds profit Blackwoods Kala sine They Vsa MQJIJt Snakes of many poisonous varieties can be handled witboat dangezj if the handling is dose properly ayaja deal er in animals Most people Imagine that snake charmers handle only nonpoisonous snakes snakes with the poison sacs removed but sack Is Bet always the case I have seen snake charmers fearlessly handle rep He of the deadliest Yflfiety wltb08tatparH1t danger to tbeAelres tke saike Ja fact making no attempt to bite A snake does not bite unless angered and snakp charmers are careful IB their handling to soothe the animal instead of alarming it They geerally begin their manipulation by stroking and avoid all sudden moveiaeat IB handling the snake Mot snake Icbarm era I have come la contact with were morphine fiends and by the abSorption of this poison they were IrapjerrloBfl to the poison of any but the Best deadly variety of snakes Two Qlftm to tk 6f kMinu On one occasion when VOli Below bad to conduct an tra11jceaceri at which a piece wrlttea by as aristo cratic amateur was to be performed the composer requested penalseiM to direct a rehearsal and oa obtalalag It opened a parcel containing seventy pencils which be haa4ed to the mem bers of the band asking them b mark his Intentions In their partsH aa be would give them by word of mevth Hans von Below noted tkliattyr ef detail and left the hall CteWfitiy be returned also with a parcel and oa re jcraTeilbandedber with which the players were to erase the directions which tbe cempoc er bad given them Hmmkrowm Tests There pro two sure ways et telling the difference between whoieeeme mushrooms and the poisonous fungi which so closely resemble tkem If they are to be boiled put an ontea with them and if the onion remaIns wklte there is nothing te fear If it turns black throw away the contests ef the dish for poison lurks there jLjcommoa test is tp sprinkle a little salt the pink naderpart and If It tanu black you have real muebrooms If ibe pink changes to yellow you have 4 daagef signal before precaBtisia like these were taken with all mushrooms fresh oreanned there weald be lees irickBes la the world Tk Coe a Ptemteti A traveler la South America where the cocoa tree is largely cultivated speaks of the great care with which the young plants have to be protected from the sun which If very strong 4s fatal to them To secure this protec tion tbe planters shield them by ba noun trees and plantain tr es the broad leaves of which give them the needed shade Aad even when they are fully grows they need pretectioB which is gives by trees kaewst as im4 mortela or as the plaaters call them the mother of the cecearJaw the whole cocoa plantation has a sort ot canopy Rp rtm u4 Rem rlits Inqulriajr Bor Wbt is B reporter FatbeivA reporter 1i1 man who writes upaa Irish parade as If he were an Irishman and then terM about and writes up an English eekbratio as it he were an EBgUshmaa BoyWhat is a humorist Father A humorist 1Ia1i who writes up an Irjsbparaieas ifbf were an Englishman and an Epgllali cele bration as If he were aaIrtsoBua KewTorU Weekly The man who covets D Jtitgtbscs houJio inlsht change his miad lf be could into the cupboards 3 FRAN W SIMMS BEN F SIMMS JBNF SIMMS FRANK W SIMMS 5 COn Lberyr Feed and Sale Stable New andS6ylish Rigs and good Boise Special outfits for travelling men Give MB atria Comfortable stalls and good trwit ment for boarding horses PHONE 75 SPRINGFIELD KY eJ J 1e Invite Your jnspecfion Q Of out elegant Stock of NEW wSprina DreDAG W1 a11 sn des Wliie G ous In all GOODSIIweaves waist Goods in I Ginghams Effects Madras and iI H Just ppeped outa1arge f Stock of r5 CORSETSThe fq White Pink and Blue I t L I vvea ran0 pre par d to show a Ii complete stock of 0 CLOTHING t The largest and most attractive ive have ever hbwnand w LOWER IK PRICE Than youYwill find elsewiiere y I Dont fshlltoyisit our Wall Paper Carpet Lace Curtain and Rug Depart ment It is now more Complete than Weverbefore4 In Shoes we e hhwini Viciid Patentcalf Patent Kid Velour CaJbBox Calf ltc made on ill last plainest tothte most extreme Call arid examine them We Guarantee to Suit ydu We still extends special invitation to cash fcnycrs Always giving sectai cash prices Thanking your fo pq favors and soliciting ccntiniiataon of your patronage we remain Yours Truly Unilningb8Jll Dnnoal W SPECIAL NOTICE RESTATE STKMPS ijl iV On July 4thwe will givei to the two personS collecting the most RebateStnps choice pf+ a fine polished Rocket ota handsome Banquet Lamp EXJTRA Here are me Stores that want your Gatftj I Trade and wij give you Rebate Stampi i il GRVHIYjtiLtR06 a Mc1NrIRJ i I1A conplete liDje drjgoods for springand sumwer yrtj r4s- N0 trouble to show goods ri 3JOHN C 91F r SPADER t The grocer who appreciates your trade Wkeepevrjthiug WOO ROa RTSON DRUG COfe i itj vg t Dings and Toilet Articles We got era i ifG Di ROBERTSON ItSON f SMV T s Hardware everythingt tor theParmer and Builder Also Grdwlif ik 1Ji id JOHN Yi MAYES l Furniture and UnderitaklBir Ill new gOodsprompt and carrIIeattention at all times4 V N1 B Ask for one of our supplsniwi showing a few of our many chtafxir prsfnv urns ct i t 80 cLEMENTS Is the man tp se al tphpltter ing and repairihf Furniture Awnings for Doors and windows furnishedand t pututi Also y I SCEEEN flOO1SanUW1MOWS iii Make specialty of Baking mMMurf 1- it m nts furnishing and hanging oddl size shades Keep on handwtmpk Headquarters at present J YMyee Furniture Store lat k 1i i i wv CIN Answer ltl made from a pre Bcrijtioif of a leading CWc aP JJ U clan aid one oftHmoet elMIIt l1 the contry Theiflge4innta- CpurcsttkatB0eY51Y Hand are clentlffcallT combined to get their utm o t Talre t I Cyclists siioektalwmy imtj a +itIe of B lUnl Meow rInemtla- of o cci4itr if ajpftk iwteijtwill JWbdne the palui siM weJ1ec and discoloration aM besi tlM9lck1ttPrice and SO cents ataydon and H Robertsons- drug store t T s r 7 J Its Flepppnf MbrianaT- hic Mrleii o verses upon the effect of tbs tar reaching operation ot the ISei4oiter of our weatl ud Mi a Meaeured by many 4i York w odk kept in the prlvU theksIig- St JlM a oa why nil our r nr not hare the MjoyaeBt fcew od by th cdllip aratfVa few rlJn to a mill by the river cides A kaJtiiaU kHI ml nary uwide 4Wtthafoteeto Hacks and an army oh s Toi1iiat fncndkOve1d pe 2 Wa a otttBi4axslficetat plant r fwd Ld aiwjtb a sawlge on hitftp n1MiJfeV C uns Morgans5 I e ter asahlMi aUlL1J On arga1cchnd Igt oj T1- Whc1reacbdd lt Hl1 over the r 53iandIn a eysteip too lIrM tb apderetfld iidPfOP4rtt tki1I rleet liIi bat reA dan wItoaplaHo plid Itfjr Morgans u I iailwl oto agret ship trimjmd true JloBDant tn k lrom cabin to JlABdt er fleet VJ X IrklsUss navy could gcarcexsompete HWaatfa beauUfui craft5 rfbeiviB 4ridA ifAd ain wi4takiieibo JIegerpll e d It1lMgnI I lwJkhi a aiten i111cd w1th pyldo J Jlt popewero 1DD her 1and w r wJiil T BerIeerid wir and tiienconndrt Pry gtu t miuecle and mind INrtt SWkatsgd bi4vwftintrj It is1Ty riW rj4a4aH i withal chwb in the air op1led5Sclllt Morgau J I weittejia5ieL The jasper walls I Towp M high anl Wide and the gold CtkiMib ShoiMflbrifht beyond But a strange f ewiciark HI 7Wail pyar tfcagtf jvjz Privato Park WhF theianIng orthisl Lr1edt 1 And jMatoi with liTery onrepUed IteMorganaS t wait the onIp eleftIf take A caiee on the boat on the brimstone ke Or pwxiwpfl I play be llowed to ilttdatrriddled floor otthe bottomless It fi 1ot Bnt alerlBg lout AYlthjthorns on his face ttcCriedout ache forked me off the place rtlt Morgans NewYork Mail anttExpreBs of Ht hIiI Bra lht With xnytcoat ffand caught this wretcHed cold says the sufferer iHe k need not paid heavy pena1tyif he follows his acfsand folly with an act qfjivisdora Soak the feet in twiter wlthajfcw teasgponsful of Perry Dav is Painkiller in it Take a teaspoon I lot of Painkiller in hotsweetened tn erat bed time and be thankfnll for so y inip1dand speedy way to lWeak up a cold Their ia but one Piinkiller Per Ty Davis Zl ri tf aYln J j1 j1Io iI J JMt f William Rukv living in Spencer county near Cedar Creek church was called out one- nightlast week by unknown per sons sl4i said that1iy dircd to talk vitHhim oniinpprant bu Ssess but fearing some danger Jie refused to comply with the request The next morning lie found near his front gqte a fine Ijqy habyin a stebod d box bre which thefolloyring was writtent jDeaij Friend Will you please take care of this infant for a few days when friends of itwill call And get it Please do not make this public You will bexamply rewarded for your care and trpu ble Mr jRiley after consulting his friends took the child to Louisville tth secure it a home i and while he was yet in the city ighIb hisrL t 1i1iirir i t4f i Iq HBAeet f for yqu to enjoy lPllt the happiness of oUerSedw says the doctor Sonic times h qualifies the statement and says Impossible with an opera impossiblesLof Dr Pierces Favorite Pre cription Many times the kiiranuKM toy another hood are to Jje fouad in ji womanltd18eUesr 1 weakneeseg which are perfectly and jiernianentlyScured byttFar vorite Pre crib icu This f t JIMtti clue for t Lcliir reguurity t pflanuatipn and ulceration and cures female weak aa It makes weak tpuii stroag and sick wom Tel Mrisili Hubbard I a great many phias51s bare twice been case has beew SI bopele baa aa they3tnewnotr te trcsbk wee Ieert w bed t eider tired out a surlyII d sieki ead rreturn Wliea he cameliWDe ab put ten pclpck they inquired as the wheeabputs pf the hildnd Oft JJeingfimf armed y paid him his charges for his trouble and told hi thatihad hel kept tbe child tp DS tiO t ere anthbrized jo give him five I iumdreA QUars Up clue tothe i idenitiylpf the strangers cpiidbe Ipbtained Anderson Newst j Never Knew PahkW r tf fill s bespre vrftat can thejwatier jik be where tis the bottle THere tthcTigijt8oit is r nbiiPetryDavis Painkiller at all but something else the druggist mustthaye i tr1 diarrhoea cramps aid stoma h aches tand it never failed J f Ancient Document Messrs Charles Rogers and Sam vittitoeofthe Bellewpod f neighhorhoo werintoin Mon day and called atTHESTANDARD OffiCefMr Vittitoe had in his 1 possession a land title which is iof more than O dhiry interet The old document hasbeen in 1 the Vittitoe family for a period of 119 years is written pn sheepskin and is man excellent state state pf preservatipn Th b mdtt writing isOf an elegatit charac 1 t r and the ink isbutlittlefade TJoe instrumert was executed in 171 and bears the signature of B Wick Henry Govenor of Vir iWrVilllams tr Fprki river This land is now occupied Jy SamueL A Vlttftoe rfgrl and father of thegentfeman ho cshowedis near Vittitoes ford and along the dirt rond1eadingfroni l elson ville to Bardstown Standard t what Thin Folks seeJ f dlgestin P Forth m Dr Kings New Life Pills work wonders Tht y tone and regulate thl i digestive Jon rjorgacsI 5 cfrombtopdJmpjoye appetite make hey sgn1v2 cents at Haydbn TRpbertsbnV drugstore e J q tde1pa ri cau eJotJ aa vredk constitution The vitalizing principals Of Herbine vill assUredly strengthen it Jnevery drop of Hor blue there is lire There is a stimula f tugTegenerating power unequaled f in the whole ral1geof medicinal prep 1arai jRobertsonj ite rrTraveiIe is daftftreits Constant motion jars the kidney yhlchjare k ptin placedn the body by delicate atthchrnenta j TIilsIs the reason that lrz AeleYs trainmenl caramenandatt who drive vefynJuch suf ferfrom kidney disease in somform q Foleys Kidney Cure strenSthens the a kidneysand cures all fojtma of kidney and bladder disease Geo H Kauo sen lopomotive engineer Lma jviitefff MGoristantiybratiori of b OhiOI1glnetausedme a eeadetl l oft 11i with my kidneysand gofeno tl till used Foleys Kidney cprfe Sold by WpodKpbert80n Drug Q t v liebiinpn Cpurtj Next week will be the last Veekpf the present term ot RirJcuit Cour1Much business iasc been disposed of dtiingtbe last t three weeks The Bean wjll case after con su ping an entl re w ales was given the jury late Tuesday afternoon This case attracted Cpncidetablffjnterest and mostof our readers are familiar with ittlbi Dean Wed FJItbyVipe section at his death several years ago left 0 portion of his wealth to the two Presbyterian churches of Lebanon The will failed to contain provisions for several of Deans near relatives and on the ground thai undue Influences had been brought to bear on their deceased relatives JGtep M Phillips and ot tiers brought suitto have the will an tlthetl and on the 20th day at May 1899 the jury returned intb ourb- verd1ctdeclr1 a Dgt str mllt Inot the IIV V Harvey Jtai The case llUkejrto the C ms Iofi I1 ftelgrctions On Tapsday of last week tbEc ase wafeHbwallid agAlu IuthI flteadjf with the axcalt16h of Yen burs wa consbraed tnrtaklnj eyid ence Five hiiurs for aium antt was aUott dtdeatih side fd j ablespeenhesfwere 1 cJabvMs j IrS Si AKussell JR Tbomul rtestanndJ r Hlil and Geprge Stone for bpi propounder of the wil The i jury was unable 10 aerti1 upon a verdict and late Tuesday aftr WPnIin1J j beenInf All Voti terfelts Imitations and rustasffOQd are but Experiments tkat trifle with andondiangertlio health of Jafiurts anti Experience a ainsf Experiment What is CASTORIA5 Caatoiia is a harmless substitute for Castor jbil Pare agprlc Drops and Soothing Syrups it is u contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms Jaad allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and With CoUc it relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PaUCCaT110 Mothers Friend GENUINE ASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The find You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years HUMRArmitrrj Ncwvomterrr j VilJwbiltltPletting it si and The amount myolyed in thefillis between 2600d4ind SQ000mci both jSidPs are jcontidentol nit imate uccetsh1eirprise ffelht wrwif Dontsartthe summer with alin eing uRhoreold We all know- vhat a summer coldMs Its the thardest ind to cure Often it hangs through the entire seasoii Take it jan right now A few doses of- neMinuteCough Cure iill set you rigqt Sure cure for c lJs colds jcroup grip bronchitis alL throat awl ActsJcol1ghtis Grvb eton N H I never found nythingelse that acted so safely and quickly Haydon and Rpbertson Moonshine Raided Deputy Collector W H Huys s mattinjfthiugs hot for the oroon hiners in tbis couuiv and says will uoif rest until he makes them quit the business or xtt out ot his bailiwtok Wednesday night ti posse composed of W H Shelbvrspecial agent from Wabjfiii- d Gee Mead tuft Bar tuwn in uestOf a Still that was in oyer tinu oyer in Greenbriar The officers nit town about nine loek arid went out hetNewt pike as cas Baihown 11ieu they llelt the pike and tur tpe left The found tne Lsthibut the tshinnrs had evjden iy been warned of the appruach tthe officers and made g od their escape Thi pOoooO vai4vi unnl daylight hoping s me one would cume to the sill tut no ersn came inbiuht The offi ers were being watc ed as wells watcliing Afier daylight the plant was distroved This ttllWUmuCb larger awl better quipped than tueoie recently dstroyert in the Cedar Greek neighborhood Tlie pus o rt 9 to town abouLsix oclock Pbursda morning very tired ut highly elated at the success ftheirrldA Miraculousi 1Ultseetned that nothing short of a miracle could save my little daughter from an untimely ftff two years she was taken with stomach and bowel trouble and despite the efforts of the best physicians we could procurCshe grew grtdually- worSe i yaid was pronounced in if curabld A friend advised1 DrN vine andaftergiingi iit a few days she begin to hnprthelnnd fin1 lyffiillyfrccovercd Shfr js noy past five years of age and the very picture of health att sal DuuIss br afJJe MedicI Co lkh rt Ind WspersonnAHowno one to deceive you in thisI Children P1easantIt snhstance T V A STORY OF BROWNING The Poet Vn Just ns4VeIln cen eroaa VItli Ills Srvnnt On a certain day Browning metoneY of his servants whose Joy it was toi Walt upon him carrying a rather heavy basket of grapes and other fruit on her arm 7IOh Glnscpplua he crlefl let me help you and seized the basket aud denly tr9m her hand The woman overwhelmed by such comjgscenslpn protested Troppo onore slgiiore Nonsense said the poet You are always helping me Wont you allow me for once to help you Still the woman resisted saying It Is not fox such as you 0 signore This was more than could bear We are all made or ihu same clay Giusepplna and gang his point for who could wlthst his willbe held one handle ot t basket until they readied the palac loor This same worthy w ian is fond of relatnga story ot her master Which Il lustrate another side of his character lIe had paid her weekly account and there remained 1 centesimo as change The woman showed the little coin saying shyly J cannot otTer this trifle to the slgnprc Yes my good Giusepplna he 8l11dI taking Jt from her hand It is one thing to be Just and another to be gen erous You do right to return It to ine And not long after this continues the woman he made me such agrand present Century Magazine IItWAS a Monkey- I was Invited along with other Europeans J on the beach to one of the big gest ploys that have bef n seen in Opo booAt the feast nil kinds of fish fowl and soup cooked after the native fash ionSwcre served Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the feast until near to the fin Ishthe chaser dessert was brought In This dish they called pafln oil chop While it was being served there rolled out of the vessel what to all appear ance was a human skull Suddenly all the Europeans turned pale as though suffering from an acute attack pf seasickness and the symptoms they de veloped were identical for that dinner would not stay down The chief In alarm Inquired what had made his friends so Ill One of the sufferers whose eyes protruded from their sockets and afraid to trust him self to speak placed his handkerchief to his mouth and Jerked his thumb In the direction of the skull The chief grasped the situation and with unaffected concern tried to comfort his sick guests by saying lit be all right He be no man He bo mom key Chambers Journal An Bxprcsilve Po t crlpt A curious postscript was once added to a letter by General Israel Putnam A spy earned Palmer sent by Sir Hen ry Clinton the British commander bad been detected furtively collecting infor matlon of the forco and condition of the post at Peeksklll and bad undergone a military trial A vessel of war came up the Hudson in all haste and landed a flog of1 truce at Verplancks point by which d message Was transmitted to Putnam from Clinton claiming the said Palmer as a lieutenant In the British service Putnam replied Headquarters Aug Edward Palmer an officer in the my service was taken as a spy lurking within our lines Ho has been tried na a spy aria shall be executed as a spy and the flag Is ordered to depart Immediately ISRAEL PUTNAM P BHt has accordingly been executed Ills Wits Were WoolaCberlusIThe nbKentml d the Norwegian Weekly denly iafoso from his rocking chair pushed his sp ctqcles up on his fore head Und went toward his ylfe with the expression and air of a man who at last hud come to n final decision Now listen touie wife be said and I da not want you to oppose me do you hear lies dear What is It then Now no opposition mind I wish the boy to be an engineer But my dear what are you talking about We bavent any toy J Ohj yes that is so had forgotten that said the professor as he resumed his seat in the rocking chair A Quick Cure For flee Sting First pull the sting from the flesh Sfienibrulse the fresh leaves of ibe com moiweed known as vervain and rub the W und well with them after which bind to it a plaster of the crushed Prejvgathered to September by negro nurse thei 1w hand Jiung uptovdry for wihteir useLRdies Home jorunal ttokys Honey mi- 94IMufZcr No bOll RINkyYA e feJ AT THE t o W CORONATION M ft tl uv w NCLB SAMS navy will make tllldemonIIncident oJthetcoronatlop of King Edward On this oc casion there will be gathered the greatest number of war vessels sever assembled In one mighty fleet Every nntjon on the globe owning a navy will sendv Its finest representa tives to tulle part In the display but among them all none will attractmore attention than the snow white ships of the TJiiittd States headed by Admi rull CrOwulnsiil lds flagship the peerless battleship Illinois The Illinois will have as consorts the ships coin jHwliig the European squad ron arninjiwi for tills special occa zion dud comprising some of the most worldIpowers of Europe will doubtless have a larger number In but as exam pIes of modern naval nrchltecturej capable of holding their own with zany thing that tloats the United States warships will be sec nd to none Then again our warships will possess special interest to the sailors of other nations by reason oJ their victo ties over the flectB of Spain The story of Yankee prowess on the sea Is still fresh In thilr memories and will add not It mOl to the prestige of our ships and Jncklesj The meeting of the tars of so many nationalities will be made a memora ble one For the ofllceia It will be a season of unremitting social activity fourtesO of the elm Is very punctilious and the interchange of official vIsitswlththe consequent feasting and conviviality affords every oppori tunlty for the display of that hospitality tot whluliKuiloni are renowned The jacklcs will also have their diversions There will be boat races swimming contests boxing bouts and other sports dear to the hurt of the sailor fromi whatever country be hails Besides Admiral Crownuishlcld on the sea the navy will be represented on fat80noresehtatlve on the spcclal coronation embassy appointed by the president This honor was offered to Captain Charles E Clark who brought the Or cxffn around Cape Horn from San Fran cisco in time to take part in the smash- Ing of Ccryeras fleet Captain Clark declined the honor r it is alleged cause of the expense such a mission necessitates Rear Admiral Arent Schuyler Crown Inshield who fill be in command of the European squadron at the coronation Is a native of New York and was graduated fronl the Naval academy In 18G3 Ills first sea service was on the steam sloop Tlconderoga with the north Atlantic blockading Squadron particIpatedI the European to the Asiatic stations In 18D4 he reached the grade of cap tain tint preceded Captain Slgsbee in the command of the battleship Maine that was sunk In Havana harbor During the Spanish war dnd up tc the Ump he was appointed to his pros ent post Admiral Crownlnshield was chief of the bureau of navigation the navy department He was also a member ot the famous strategy board The post of chief of the navigation bureau has become jn coprse of time a most Important one This bureau has for some years performed duties pf great Importance It collects and BEAB ADHUUt CBOttKIXSHIEXiD classifies practically all Important au thoritative Information published In re gard to the growth and progress of for eign navies and their personnel At SpainIuable and accurate information In re garth to the defenses of Cuba Porto Rico and the Philippines as well as the location of nil the strong vessels of the Spanish licet Admiral Crownlnshield Is nearly six foot tall hut Bouiewhat underweight contagious Blood poison Jt Fine Ships and4 I Bfaye Men to L Represent jUs 4 1 Ltl if In England QQw M for bls height fle Iiknown plytqlly plrnteklngcan trlnR tendencies bidt because be lookh tbe part His thick black hau complexionjoinedstern visage nave gained him the i8brlquet Slightly stoop shouldered his gener al appearance does not give the Impres isstmanner and does not impress stranger favorably The admiral is self assertive and while on duty acts In a decisive manner To his frlendK however he unbends and Is as congeals as the ay erage of mankind The admiral appears wholly upeonsdoua of the 1m pressl ii his1 manners create Admiral Crownlnsblelda chlpf et staff Is Captain George A Converse who commands the Illinois He iriU also have us memWrs ofhla BtaffLled tenant HenryrH Ward ns Hag lieuten ant and Lieutenant Charles Webster Who will serf e as flag secretary During the waf Lieutenant Ward went to Spain on a sceret mission and managed to obtain valuable informa tion in regard o the condition of the Spanish mu1itarnd naval forces He Was advanced several numbers in his grade by the president in recognition of these Bervires Lieutenant Webster was for some time attached tothe bureau of nayiga BEAB t tion During the Spanish war tp to and including the battle otSnt1ago- be was watch and division officer on Admiral Schleys flagship the Brooklyn He was a witness before the Schley court of inquiry and gave strong testimony in deferise of Admiral Schleys conduct during the war Hit selection as a personal aid to Admiral Crow nsh1eltJn hrnew command fo accepted as a high testimonial 6if his Impartial devotion to duty under all circumstances Bear Admlral John Crirfenden Scat son who has been selected tor repre sent the navy at the coronation of King Edward VII is of Kentucky ploo and IS nearly sixty years old HelIs a descendant of John JordonCrlttendeH tlie famous Kentucky tesman rjlvar ofKentuckycabinet of William Henry Harrison Admiral Watson was graduated fro the Naval academy in 1800 snbse queritly paaalnR through itt the grades becoming a reitr admirall to Horchi 1800 He made a brilliant record dur lug the war pt tho rebellion taking part in many engagements notably the passage rof the tortat eworo leans Ticksburg and Port Hndson arid the battle of Mobile Bay For three years precedlcig the Spanish jwar he was governo of the Naval tome ta Phitadelphia In the war with Spain Admiral Watson commanded the blockading squadron on the northern coast of Cuba and was appointed commander in ChIef of the eastern squadron fitted out toJpar sue Camaras fleet Admiral Watson succcetted Admiral Dewey in command of the naval forces in the Philippines where he discharg r ed important duties satlsfactbfiljr to the administration Since he was re 1resldentWashington Probably few remember that It was this same Admiral Vutou epa young lieutenant who lashed FirragUt to the jIggln during tuV battl of bile Bay This Is the story In brief The powerful Confederate Ironclad Tennessee attacked t Hartfordiflerce ly Furruput took his position In the port tuizziMi rl ginK tkt btttcr to observe the Ireicss of the tight ridtIdirect and cheer on Jill men Lieuten ant Watson WHliiy tin great d ngef to which the Intniild admiral wrisexf posing bluiKpjr procunil a roue and lashed him Itr his place With tKli tuVn to npnppnt theTJnlt ttprestinatloim rteH c Is the name sometimes given tOivhatI DISEASEvice or the lower cIaSsesThe 1ri st iinfectedXnaladythrotiIi drinking from the same vessels ung the same toilet tlic1es or otherwise eomiog in contact with persoaA who have contracted 1tt It begins usually with a little bbs ti pfc sore tkea swelling ia the 1Iacuthein the mouth the throat becomes ofapkyiic1ptl1Zsaathateeaia tskiaUIIXaSMat1MpratOsalashesmore contaminated copper colored tao iuaa uaJlar x tklix bet splotches andpustular eruptions and tUfM tHaT a egaaweU sores appear upon different parts ofaK Wall5Xerr1sw athe body and tile poison even destroys the bones 55 S 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