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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i wsu1L I L4Jb SeieVo IX No 26 SPRINGFIELD WlSHINGTQNlGOUNTY KENTUCKY JULY 3 1902 1 00 j4 pt f is ljf1 f MRCTORY I j J 2 iQJ Jcounty se tof Wasctn ji tlHty5ne8 south MMit Xrtxiii jton S9 miles froiK tjdttMMHtMcett Jterdsfovii branch 61 Luriii Uttaad Nashville railroad in a 1trmiK awl agricultural districta Twe fcks Wegrahandte1ej4oneu Jmw cyrcM office touramlls lumber y fiifr regulation 1100 population of iIit lisfMi D iy iIk I8IIK4eRVlUe Xy XPeHtatITe In XeuUckjr Legi teYJJt1t 6 rCa beilsville Kyy r ltyDbl ciffxcUIT COX Iti h fbuHk iiima T Ia brwarjrMay and Octo I C pjeJi4eW H8we iey Commonwealth At tk ft f1t itir A Medley Matter Commiss ii i J t JjtIQu RTY COUkT fliarterly ltelili th third uiY i a M8fItti f 1 or I 1 f t s ii4itV e f6 COUNTY COURT is tC4t7Cirt meet on the fourth jf y IN eae1atk LLitieYhdKe WpBouker Cauuty Clerk 1 Tt taye Cbsty Attorney hcCaUdt Jailer Tt Stff tKhh4rdaaiieYO 1tK MiillicaH t Deputcit5ftiastecsi f C3ibusr Moe p 1 IKQ1a1fJ A PU1l1ptrsuie kT P OBryan Depute i lttue Treasurer J Mwntgoaerj Coroner CITY COURTpi je RIoe Police Judgeoi 3hti Grace Marsbal r rsWiJLJ J1bnJuk City Atto iieyb r It t J IL F YUSTICECOU1Tt Jaiice Cmrt are hsd in January j l July aOctober y i a Church DIrctryJf kriSr imRCHI JXev George W Swopc Pastor Ser AieeK every Sunday atlI iuni and 730 P4m SHiida School at 830 Prayer Mectiofl Wednesday night tit 730 f Ith METHODIST CE1311I XerMliP StilcV FaWtur rrvccc oat Firlltaud Third 8 iufUzyh ih ut wth t 11 a in uui Jti V Af 3s- kdil1Ikil yry Sunday at hI n vIrstrnight RlWBYTKW AN CHURCH i Re1C 1oii Patw Ser 1 G 0o P pmJ1aSr11eetlHg every Thursday MigklI J I j s II THOLIC CHURCH s 4 IJ u a t Hennstor i 1H tajlaf sctl0OClbck i cs atRiAieboon- I1 CHRISTIAN CHURCH Xii H tC foydiEasfori ServiCes aeci4I ii t Jiwtflfa Sunday in each rSmtXbSUIW i f1I it l t1 I ctNo 7eIt eow1 M dafjtt b ta1t 3dvvi- iWkiniLR O Chapter 4No 57 0 eets C7 tllint Moiday 1 A cscll so 52 meets oh ty Monday liuc i f rIcEni Mce- tivcMWt4iusdayin each iistintl1 licck HAWK rim u 5 iet 5 very Wednesday uhst ti rt1i ctgyflal1S V tn4N TIME TAB5II j i3b tlTrabsYf i t 42J f 1 t 1 ti IY ArMpdeWLT5I- o fY 74X1U I11Wi j P r5171- X l M Creak 3HI WSelWH r vt r l IMl7Tlb5G g UJ1I rstowa r a J tIa 40UI1 r tI f41L 4Ii5ask 6 tjl Q i1 r6JH 05 tIiJ rr 7 II r t 7 f 51Ttj A 7 =3 Itf i is f S I TIteoA 0 itTIaaw SsIcis jVst 4 fet 5i4r ht WiigHi Wfcat Ayers JI 4Ie r IMI certil 1J itaIclie- tcr 1 W4Niu4wli Z Jrtih1K Isk- MIiJPSI1rsw 0IIr iiimfiH L j1 ROUND Df TJ11J I M MMSWua Q45 wwM OOOO R Qic2Oth Century Poetry The c0itleIinan put a careless rm around the waIst of a hatless n a3 OTcrtb dustless road ina korseleaa carriage they whirl Like leadlessbullett from a hammerlesa gdn by smokeless poWder driven they to taste the speechless jOJbya es union given Though the lunch the his colnless purse affords 0111yIa ofltrlngalessi cigarette and llaughs a jnirthlesa laugh vrhen papa tries to coax her ack by wireless telegraph IBRADED SCHOOL huh in this issue t wepubI order ofcourt and call for an election to take the sense of the voters of thedstrlctQI the quessl n of establishing a graded t school at this place The elec on is called for August 9th next and is for the purpose of electing six scfaootr trustees for d the i trcfaftdalSo to take the of sense of the voters as to whether not they will vote an annual tax for the establishment and maintain nce of the school This one Of the most important movements towards progress of and advancement that has ever l been nade in this community and the proposition should go thronghrwithout opposition I- tchasr ownswheregood graded schools have been established that the c of such a public enter rise marks a new era in the ad i lyancement of the business social and moral interests of thea community Good schools and especially good public or free school represent a feature innt lace that will do more than e anydther one thing to attract sirable citizens to locate The uaing for the school and other i details willl be discussed later onv he first step necessary being to tlXthefoundary of the district to get consent of the votert pn the taxy levy For thiL purpose the election is called r Iw iHttiveiCofigreIISiHOfl aeans1BatasteleS8meal RONG IMPRESSION Notwithstanding t the fact that i matter has been fully explainu in these columns several t and the citizens and mer of the town have endeav ored to correct it a very erro e impression seems to pre ail among some of the resihdents of the county in regard to the license tax recently imposed f on all businastf houses and pro fessions The license tax which as put on allmerchants dung business in Springfield Was imC pOsed simply as a meatis of in leasing the revenue of the Swn that its public expenses s ntight be met without trouble Oi impression has gotten lout among the farmers whichinstead of being corrected appears to be growing that the farmer cannot sell any of the produce of hIsj farm in town without paying a liCense Nothing was ever farther from the truth The or ihance as passed and published this paragraph on that pintuTh license tax shallI not apply to agents or jobbers Ifflanufacturers or wholesale dealers who sell to merchants nOr to farmers or gardeners who sell the products of their own farms or land leased by them Thus any farmer has a perfect right to bring to town and sell whom he pleases chickens eggs vegetables or any other product of his labor It is said that the merchants it the small towns and cross roads throughout the county have fostered and spread the erroneous impression among the farmers for their own selfish ends He the country merchant of course would like to have a corner on all the coun 1ty produce and his business in that line s perceptably growing People of Springfield who esf pecially at this time of theyea count on belng supplied with the toothsome spring chicken b their country friends are corn plaining The county is full c 1 chickens yet the town is almots kthe throes of a chicken aria Ioutter and egg famine IT UMOBS There are several rumors andi reports of caaagen ad a generAl shakeup MWWC the lownV bcutniBM firm IInydefiniteIYIm lgrlg firms are said to contemplating closing out an4 retiring and ate shake up among the employees nd a reduction iin expenses has lready been inajugnrated Two T- opular young then pf the town di ith spme business experience d re saidto be figuring on organ c izirig a new firm to handle hard ware tinware etc for to luIGington county will turn out the biggest corn crop of years this The acreage is estimated as being away above theavery age and a few more weeks of asu seasonable weather as the past have been will insure an abun ant yield The large amountd corn planted this year is acccounted forintwo In the iifirsti cornIwas an incentive and then the partial failure of the wheat crops rop help to increase the number corn fields many farmers plowing up their wheat fields this spring and planting them in corn foi dleviddl J u1i r fascination and strong h ties for those of her sons who at to intervals are wont to shake the soil of the town from their feet nd to strike out for other fields W For as a rule they like the prodigal son come back and the aeownnough if not to the extent ofp oing the fatted calf act We have recently bad several cases in point Theseltavebeendoing- eit while away but having been convinced that they can do Just as well and enjoy life much bet- H P in their native town have re bo LI1cJ ami tie jrhin the glade hand ofWWANTED We wouldlike to ask throu b the colun ns or your paj ur if there is any perspn who nas sed Greans August Flower foi of tne cure of Indigestion DyspepJ sia and Liver troubles notbeeacuretl and we also wean tneir results such as sour stomach fertueuiation of toDd- abiltial costiveness nervous dyspepsia headache despond feelings sleeplessness in fact any trouble connected with the stomach or live This medic cine has been sold for years in all eivtllved countries and we wish ia c respond with you and end you one of our bcoks free ui cgst if you tiovertriedjAus ust Flower try cue bnttta first We hive never knovn of its failing Is so something more prious is the matter with you t1f your oldest dru istst Makes Weak Women i fr nAItvela1en your Bemicbs Pepsins lU d Tonic 1 know it to be Hi lui tonic ever used It will mull d pry weak women strong 1 cunnot praise enougt MISr 0 D Pickering Iney Ill Porsi eby Ear den FARM FOR SEE frj williiat thq Court House door in Springfield on MONDAY AUGUST 25th It being County Court Day offar lor sale to the highest bidder the farm known as the Kelty farm situated seven miles from Spring field on St Rose and Loretto turnpike on the waters of lIar din creek and containing about 188 acres of land Has on it a good five room house and other improvements including good fences Terms One half cash the bal ranee to be paid in Qne two and six r nptesbearinper te will be required to secure tile de lerreSayments For fjirther particulars address P KNEIS- EL4251B Cane Run Road Louisville Ky t siip ti i2II Here is the way editor gets after his 8counttt Darling delinquents f ious subscribers in arrears D- outhink we haye sold put and one west with thegrasshoppersf o no little sugar lump v6 could not get away if we wanted We are still at the old stauU dishing out the paper oh sweet promises and bright expectations hese make an excellent diet p4ingourgem iit to serve as a desert Welare waiting and watching thee turtle dove We loD- hearthe sound of thygentti otstep and hear the silver ng of thy happy voice within sIs j you We sigh for one glance bi our eye and even half you ow4 S Dont see how you can d4 without us Dont 3ee how we can possibly live without you ear Now piecrust will you ome Do we hear you answer a voices sweet and beguiling m coming or is it only the wailing winds that round our roarS tJ Bois Tlj5 We otttr One Hundred Dollars Beward any case of Oatairh that cunnot be ued by Malls Caturrh C ire FJ CHENEY CO Props Toledo 0 We ihq undersigned have known F Cheney for the last 15 years and hq ave hun perfectly honorable in all bus iness transactions and financially able curry out any obligation made by their finnIWEST TTUAX Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 ALBINO KlNNAN tt MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally ting directly upon the blood and nlu ils surfaces of the system Prlc ISo er tie Testimonials ant true Bold bran T rafiltt S Halls Family PlUs are the best- Twfr Nttles cUred Kim l was troubled wih kidney com w4itesADvIsties of Folers Kidney Cure effect d a pesnrtnent cure For sate by oo d Robertson Drug Co Superior Team The game of base ball between the Springfield team and a team our boys was commenced here- hursIay afternoon with Mr ohn B Spalding as umpire The visitors were not equal to the emergency and at the end of the fifth inning were receiving defeat at the rate of eight to three Seeing that they had no chance to win Springfields pitcher took issue against a de- isien by the umpire and left the diamond He seemed to be the whole thing as the other players followed like a llot of sheep when their leader breaks his conftnes We hone our boys wilijjever Show a hand like this should they meet a superior team Lebanon Falcon The Falcon will please take ote that Lebanons superior team came over here on Wednesday and were beaten bltheL home boys in a fair withS row and trouble over the pire Why cant we cote over to your house and play any more Because papa gets so road when we make a little bit of noise What makes him that way Mamma says its dys pepsia makes him act IO That a about the way it strikes the small boy The eptichas no idea of his own uarea sosabkness or harshness Little things are magnified and seem to juatifylilaqulck anger Theres health forthe happinessfor use of Doctor Pferces Vleryacli ud other organs of digestion and UtrltIOSlPnd tettorea perfect hea1tkWweBEtk by eaabliag the pirf fitWgMtkM andhI1IRflt ttoifofloodV rI tare Uke o8 bottle or Dr Melees 00Wea Medical D1ocery for Indigestion- and liver conipialkw writes Mr C X WUna of Tadkin Colltft DaVldioa N C Rave hat so Jspells since coauMsced Ukter year edldaeI fecth astitiSke the saeaLf- are J J toek Ute GoWeR Medical fiCY1 oee4ent UJtlIbac wkbest all uMstei sawI caaeet aait1stIw1iltwlUM tt haYing saeeitM kelisgLS Dr Pietcei Pleasant Pelleto dsisin ad legnkt tbe bowels f Of GW TIfN fIT I1i t Is the free Rural Delivery SysI tpt ttlt e farMers iftthe t CeuityS tAppropos t of free rural mail delivery in this county the opinion of one well t posted on the ubjecttrthe r mail system is given below Qrall A W Machen General thndant Free Delivery Depart ment UuitedStates Postal Ser vice has an articlei in Success recently in which he tells of theJgreat benefit qf the service to the farmers He says Of allS the institutions that promote the progress of the United States there is no other to my mind that1 compares in importance with freerural mail delivery Al 1I though it is scarcely five years since the system Was adopted ItIl has already revolutionized social t business and economic conditions intterritory covering more that one hundred thousand quareII miles Its popularity is increas inat a rate exceeding that at tending any improvement here tofore attempted Jn the p st office service and it means more in the way of personal happi ness and public advancement than anything else of which 1 j know This may seem an extravagant statement to dwellers in cities who are not in touchlwithjbhese things but by theril l l inthe postal service who know and by people affected in ruJ8lI communities the statement will be accepted as very moderate We havea farmer population of twenty million peonle To all these rural free delivery is one ofthe greatest boons ever vouchJ j afed It places them in touch with the outside world keeps them informed on current i events causes improvements in roads enhances the value of farms and farm products antiI takes from farm life the monot ony and isolation which are so largly responsible for the deser tion of the farm by young men who seek the excitement of t large cities For the first time in history many farmers are now in a po j sition to get their daily papers This means that they are in l close touch with the market reports so that they are enabled to dispose of the products of their farms under the mostc favorable conditions A mem her of congress recently told mec that free delivery was worth a thousand dollars a day to every connty in his district 8aVed a w Mans Lift To have given up would haveI meant death to Mrs Lola Crapg of Dorchester Mass For years she had endured untold misery from a severs IUUK trouble and obstinate cough Often she writes I could scarcely breathe and spmetimes could not speak AM doctors and rema dies failed till I usedlDr Kings iNew Discovery for consumption land was completely cured Suf ferers from Cougns Cods Lung and throat troubles need this grand remndy for it never dis sapoints Cnre is guarahteed by C J Hayden drug store Price 50c rdtOO Trial bottle freeS NeTaise The proprietors of Foleys Honey and Tar do not adAertifc this as a sure cure tor consumption They do not claim it will cure this dread complaint in advanced ca e but do positively assert i will cure in the earlier stages and nevcr fails to give comfort and relief iu the worst gases Honey and Tar jIs without doubt ReHH greatest throatiaud lung remedy fuse substitute Sold by C J1 Haydon Acts lIaeMatety Cods are sometimes more trouble some in summer than iuwintcr Its so bard to keep from adding to thea qrieMinuteAbsolutely safe Act immediately Sure curefor coughs colds crphp and throat and lung troubles Knott a BeHeficIaryJ The Washington CityCorres pondentof the Lexington Herald says Undei the terms of the Will of the llate Adolph butro of California which has been going througna C stsst in iha Saa Francisco courts for the llast four yetri formtr Comgresiai Rroojor Kisbtt of Kentucky reY- tMiOOO Thirty yeiwttto t Sutrosecurid the passage of a 1LtO mstbqk Lode L ops county Nevada and authorizing him oJ purcha53 tlie necessary land Sutro amassed a fortune estimated at several million dollars His will remembers twenty mem bers of Congress serving the house and Senate at that time j and provides for the payment o their heirs should the members be deceased which is the case ia All but a few instances Among other beneficiaries were Proctor Knott and Pig Iron Ktl1y of Pennsylvania CAUTION This is not a gentle word bu when you think how liable you are not to purchase for 75 cents yiandi largest sale of any medicine InI the world since 1868 for the careJ and treatment of consumption and Throat and Lung troubles without losing its great popu lority all these years you till be thankful we called your atj teqtion to Boscbees German Syrup There are so many Ordinary cough remidies made by druggists and others that are heap and good joy light colds perhaps but for severe Coughs iBropcbitis Croup and especially for Consumption where tnere is difficult expectoration and cough ing during the nights and morn ing there is nothingliko German Syrup Sold by all druggists in the civilized world SG G Greet Woodbnry N J IT nan Liu tefrOH And say some other salve ointment lotion oil or alleged healer is as good as Bucklins Arnica Salve tell him thirty yeara of marvelous cures of Piles But nsBurns ltilos Corns Felons J Ulsersj Cuts ScaTdsr Brnsiesr and skin Eruptions prove itsthe best and cheapest 25cat CJ Hay dons drag store rtlHIIItt The systea It is through the bowels that the body is cleaused of impurities Con ttipation keeps these poisons In toe system causing headache dullness and melancholia at first then unsight ly eruptions and finally serious illness unless a remedy is applied DeWitts Little Early Risers preyeD this trou ble by stimulating1 the liver and pro mote easy healthy action ofthe bow els These little pills do sot act via lently but by sttengtaening the bowels enable them to perform their own work Never gripe or distress Hay don tRobertson Small Gyclone About ten oclock Wednesday night Lancaster was visited by the heaviest wind storm known in the bistor of the city Great datnagewas also done in the Bry antsville neighborhood Whest was scattered in every directipn and a building on Strother Yea gers farm was demolished A Lancaster dispatch to the Evening Post saysliOn the road to Crab Orchard a dozen farm houses were blown to pieces and fences and tre0s and wheat were crrried away The iron bridge across Gilberts ScreekTh 20000 residence Of Mis Joshua Daniels is badly injured being pnroofe d and pne waiHs down The residence of James Dalton was carried twenty five yards himself and family therein The folio wingare injured Grace Dunn colored broken knee an unknown colored man broken thigh David Thompson face cut tmd bruised two children of the Rev Parson inured one fatally Dark Hair u I have used Ayers HsirVfgtf for a great many years aft though I am past eighty years ofS Ice yet I have not a gray battle myheadSCeo Yellott Tewsou AW richldarkcolor your hair used to have If its gray now no matter for Ayers Hair Vigor always r- clstores color to gray hair SometUncs it maws the halfgrow very heavy and long and ft stops falling of the hair toef- LMiMH JUIInwhSk Jl riSasLnisMas 1157Zo j IiAI UUN6 rOWDEIt1 AumrE iiII 1IrQDr Miss Jennie Maud Posh twenty c woyearso t agej diedOf typhpid lever Thursday morning at tlle home of her parents Mr nd1 Mrs Ben Pash of Hamuels The ii fqneral services were conducted by Rev JamesLewis at toners Chapel this morning at ten1 oclockr Deceased was a raostiestimable young lady and was welTknown in this city wtfere she formerly attended the iNelsonj vNormal Highi Brihooloj Yesterday afternoon while coming jin the Spring a horse driven by 6fIdPike came unmanagable and ran away Mr M01 Smithi a travelling man who was in the bpggyjurnp ed from the vehicle and w sJ painfully bruised but pot other cpntinuedbsened animal until Ahe buggy s stuck telephone pbst and he was thrown out The bones of his wrisjt were braela d he was severly bruisedsby the hadJ fall The buggy W sbadlvI wrecked Vacatiw days i VacatIOn timejisherq and the chit QrsTtli5 i You need ony Jto guard assist the accidents incidental ip most open air sports No ritmedy is equal tUDcWitia Wffh Hazel 8aef- orqnicklystoppingpaIn or remoying danger of serious cousegnences For cuts scalds oPDds1used DeWits Widaialef t5CUtS- d bruiSes says L Bi Johnson Swift Texas It ia the best remedy on tflo market Sure cure foi piles and for skin diseases Beware of counter feitr Haydon Robertson Nced Mere help Often the overtaxed orgtlns of digestion cry put for help9Y Dyspepsias paws ljausea Dizzii nessHeadachqs Iver complaints bowel disorders Such troubles call for prompt use of Jr Kings New Life PiUs They are gentle thorough and guarateedto cure 25c at OJ Haydpn drugstor Treet yw KUfleys fer RKMatlSn SWhcnmatism the kidueys mustbcattanddd to at once so that they will eliminate the urip acid frem the blood IToleys Kidney Cure is the most effectiveS rempdy for this purpose IK kias of Polar Wis saysiuAfter un eessfnlly doctoring three years for rneumatism I tried Foleys Kidney Cure and it cured me I cannot speak too highly of this great medicine Sold by WoodRo15ertsqnDrug Co lRobbars at Bloomfleld The Marshal of Bloomfleld Mr T J Porter dad Mr JW Shehajjbrougita prisoner tO Bardstown Tuesday who gave his name as WN Patterson He ischarged wi h breaking into the jewelry store bfMr J W Shirley of Bluomfield Tuesday and stealing sereral valuable picees of jewelry The trial took place before Judge St S BishopS Tuesday June 24 who defendant answer before the Circuit Court and fixed his bail at 2O iin default oif which ho was committed to jail The pcisoifer says his home is in TpuisVille while his relatives nearly all residtjin Hardin cqun ty He hasajioj countenance audisboutyaofste Fox the past severalaiontfis tr M has ben working near iPairfieldv Ky Staadard f SSDeiltrte try this V Whenever an honest trial is given to Electric Bitters for anv troubleit is roc om mended for perinaneotcure will sure be affected It never faLls to toMI the stomach regqlate the kidneys god bowels tioaiatf tftheI- lver invigorate the nerves and purify the blood its awoderfa tonic for rundown systems Eletiiric Bitters p0sitiyey cares Ktdiey and LivrTroableS- tomacbeDIsordersNervousns I Seepiesness BUcumtism- Neuralgiaand explj Malari Satisfaction by OiJHaydoir Onr WciT1 Wn 1ntIiiI ppiWei PaKe Sloryt i Of all fake stories inventtdHby correspondents city pSperartlrt J911owing rr m Litobfieldia PuedaysCouri0rJOlrUal takes thecak UijJohu Holmesfarm in ttfe eastern1 part of iRrect ridge county there is a circular cave where ice remains altsni mer Years ago before icfjWjMi manufactured people would COM miles to procure iOo for h sie1r Great icHes form during tbi winter and so large is this frows mass that the heat of SSdcfes not cause it to meltJapproaching close to theLmouth of the cave on a hdt mid i1mmer day one is met by an Arctic draft that chills tothe marrOw So great is the difference oliesir perature tuatit is dangerous to remain long in the cave IsisrMWwr Is always a source of danger dyseu try and bowel trouble follow its use very person should have a bottle of Painkiller Perry Davis which will quickly cure these distresclsg ailment Be careful and see that the torekeepV er does not pawn off some worthless substitute on you asia someUms done for the sake of a few cents prplt Large bottles 25 arid 50 cents rMether ajways KMH HMMy My mother suffered a long time from distressing pains aud feBeralilL health due primerily toiinaifestioa sayI4W Spalding Verona Mo Two years afo I got her t0 try Kbaol S ttt grew better at once and now U1lf age of veDtysix eats any thing wants Remarking that she fUrlBe- bad effects as she hastier bottle of Kdol handy Dont waste time de teriag symptoms Ooaftectc ca r If your stomfach is sound your health will be good Kodol rests the stoai ach andztrentbeO5the body bTdij gesting your food It is natures own r tonic Hhydon and ifeobertsoa Kentucky FztrDatei Btchmond July 1419a Georgetown July 2226 Danville August 58 Dtfxiugton Augnst HI6 ShephRrd yHle August 13 22 Lawrenceburg 1922l May olle August 23u 1 ShelbyviUe August 26 29 London August 2759 v Florence August 2730 Gfermantown August 274EOi Bardstown September iSElizbbethtown September9rl2 Springfield September 1018 Glasgow September 36 tHofLouisville September 22271 Hartford October 14 A Summer TtpSpassed on the CfMiilMUf 1 The trip to Salt Lake Citj oc to the Pacific coast via t1itpo4itSOver the Denver RIo Grad and the Eto Grand Wtattrm Jik the most beautiful 1I1Aenca No European Atrip of equal lenftk can Compare with it im icraaitiu of scenery or wealth of ioyia terest Then Salt LaCUyitSseltis a most quMii4 pictar- esque Iiti place and well wet IM journey Its Moan feMsipftK tabernacle tithing ciaI c church intitutioesi iteJioK wit c pher springs withiiibe tyUm its its delightful leajMMmwre sunny climate and XsMSalt rake denier sad 4srthan the Red Sealai Pa1t are buta few trot J Ji Lke Citys coyitleea MttMlissMi There are parts Itlliarid buMtiful l outlyiflbias and lake resorts IrSyou can a bath m selt waler mile1 above sea level wid ii WAtfr in which jone iMM4f aik Inquire of your 1UelMfll agent for low WuriMSl3altLake CIt orwr1tijSt forjinatioii JHkt copy e4 1 Lke City to1tt Sila i toSX Ih flffJ ttMc tX17ccry descye4ss bsa asM If asaMeaftlr of wr N cure in obstiaate W aa Md HyfeTetjca e Kts rutt jiae Jft iy dracgUrt rarailel tof JS i7iiS6WarrERNtS Ark iuy rf x siPta eted me Bam ets- eItkt =kIt e best the World for cat Very respectfully J MScboltt c ii WStbilliR ir taD avaJty TXUSDAY v tt1 11 TCAR IK ADVANCE flGFIELDW4it DAVIsb 1 t r cl1Jff if ltr a so4 10 c per c7thertt iaIk4 aH 5 Ct- t1iiI 8 tor t wA UticalH tterc oi ciidL4 etiwpr1ieiI j orkS IetM ltQt cas tM4 lie paW o l1utf of goods on erl14t rILStt f s a4 pHUttGU of respectS peiI4 nSjt rat f 2Iicfc 1 3 O4OeeI oeeo = j WTOMDAT JULY 3 W02 iTii ForCfwrit Clerk 3e w Mitlwrked to announce th- eaelj U F OSLEY M gM t foe the offlef of Clerk r iHWIJljtQl1 Circuit Court Mfcjfcrtts UM action of the Demo w eIfMe lNIN 4T1ie fifty seventh Congress jjust adjourned willgo down in- II history among the billion dollar congresses Just before the Seiate adjourned Senator Alli f f IlOO presented ft statement show lug from his standpoint that L the total appropriations for the session were 1800 193837 Pensions led with 139842230 and postoffices are next with 138 416598 The total last year was 1730338575 Representative i Livingston inc the house stated that Senator Allisons total should be iincreased 295373215 to include contracts authorized 4 f J to be entered into This aggre gae would bel059577052 King Edward is rapidly jm J epovhig from his dangerous ill ness which caused the ppstpone rment of the coronation cere f monies No date has yet been set for the coronation but if the j i ming continues to improve the eyerit will likely take place r within few weeks iThe first July wMdividend r day in New York and the total tI amount paid out was 125 millions Of this John D Rockefeller got three millions for his share and W K Vanderbilt and JFMorgan only two million each Baainessjnen wholack the rim snap and vigor they once hud 9hpUld use Herbine It ylll purify the blood strengthen iod invigorate the system PriceSiS cents at Havdcms brug store ITIrn State Fair TThe Executive COmmittee has signeiL contract with Webers famous Cincinnati Band at ii hijjli figure ana Jji iajT We oicii I r I F i Pur ivo Ctincu 111K agvendit rllI4wiJ mr y f tkgreaLt1l HU at t ldi ijtl- d v i agivemenc has jus l vin reacljedvilhitheTaiir6diJaniilt ia offi51allyi aImou heed thutr tli r4 W ltbe niiialf fare from ull p Tnta in Kentucky u wellr nsi special tate frbji Teate sl e Hnd Sputhtrri Indian tpoi jj v rvio ethlriairoadiicIuti1Li be itt 1 tached ah admission tkket to the Fair A Medicine for Old People s1tttGto Gay Greenwich Kai is a51caS of ape yet he sats I ftme jrjmg excellent health for k man of roy age due entirtly to the TeJuven sting tn uenceS of Dr Miles Nervine li brigs sleepsmd rtst when nothlng vitaljtyeyest rInaaapldioldierwritesMrGeo havebewa11 speatcaMMerabtedoctors but With little benefit I wa- s1ohMayiid showed signs of weak IbegsntacisDrMflNeryjne JIdIkaewitMvecitlIhII Mt Nervine Insaneht asy JcrcoPNtkrt I coHli scarcely control sep dsIerjcwou1d ev1- tt t sames otyewac1illdrM coecrie4D Miles eaa4 it bel dMefJ8IR tM j hi kI iiM r1 KM Oghirilrah t fw Hews IIW The Gminti8 I i 1 Happenings Amonith CountjPpl I CerrespondelttsI g O M QR S l L E tl Mrs Bell Qribbins is on the sicklist ru Born on June 27th toithenvife Sidneyltjfrigsby 10ibbwr Several aseofchokra mar busai report in idst Mrs CQra RoaltyThiithe sicklist We hope sh will soon recover QHi P Sweeney and Albert CbapI4nllstSunday Ed Hobbs spent several days last week with friendsand relar tv es here Moses PhiUipsand Otho SettlE have gone to Louisville to make their future tome Several of our people will go to Louisvulle on July 4th to attend the celebration The Big Beech was higher dbeenMr Nimrod Smith and wife visited their daughter Mrs Ella Pile atSJmms last Sunday Mr Grant Yates of Sharps ville visited his Brother A C Yates at this place last week Misses Flora Wall and Pearlie Lynch spent last week with Mrs Nancy Mullic nat Stringtown John A Tucker sold to H Troutman and Will Clements ia car load of cattle They were1 weighed at Booker Mi James Benedict spent last week with his parents here He is employed by the L N irailrotdMisses Ophelia and Nettie Yates attended the supper at WUlisburg last Saturday night as also did Louis Settle and Ed Yates Mr Raymond Nally and Miss Debbie Mattingly went to Spring field Thursday and were marriedI by Rev Sam Stiles May every joy be theirsIWind rain thunder and light fling have been plentiful within the past week Land is washed considerable and tobacco has beeri overflowed Wheat shocks are somewhat damaged Messrs John Pash and Warren Speaks of Bardstown shipped a car load of hogs from Booker last Tuesday average weight 220 lbs They bought 36 from Ja Rays Jr 35 from Russell Bros and 14 from If Bonta iiric paid 650 per cwt v Mrs Bertha Crow died Mon day o last week and as interred the folIo sing day at Mt zion daughteriopen M Crow pf Polin She was a most estimable woman agedI ubput eighteen years Peace to her remains Ji was over sib Polin the ojlr ly Long Lid WtS on lijdiJ 1LtpllftJl start itvross in vttjIU1 to lib waist U walking hacaiufiedhiS tciegiri years t ILmoaltggsiI1n bucket The manwa 1 j nlTfrjendJQIh C Hardin JI j L lS r Jh A l ldlasI MissMur Gilkersou i f Leb anon is the Iest of ws Naomi j j Brown ilias IarLhi1uil e PTt Byron Pui ksWiAS io Itirry vila Saturday Huston Parks his brother returning wiiu iiin Miss Annie Ray bourne II Miickvilluis visiting at tho honie other unufeMrv r W Thompson Miss Mabel Thprapsoo hus re Burned alter a two weeks visit to friendsand relatives in Lou 9 vile iIDzPerry vHe the hrst of the week at the home of D HijppeVH parents Mr and Mrs John Taylor of Louisville uud Miss May Ewing of Danville were visiting at Mr LuoTaii Gregoryfilast week WILLISBURCr Mr Mary Ccilvii js visit inj relatives near Kirkianil thS eekrc4Mr W S iIlitfiiti Ispn yisiled in Lawrencebiirg ciruJ first of the wetekt ri Miss JXettitXittes of Moores nleii1visitri fger lhBti friends at this place this week MissLuJuE Merntt is yiitt ingi her sister Mrs A M Shields near MackvII1Q tthisi weekh Mr Bob Shewmaker and wife oPenwick spent lat Sunday with Mrs Mary Hughes Mrs Jessie Brou of Louis lI ville is viU g lier parents at this place She willlspend he summer with them Misses Leslie and Mamie Snod grass of Cornishxfille yisite4 Miss Ida Bircu of Birchwopu last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Pannie Sheeley of Nelson County has moved back to this place and will make her home vptlihepi parents Mr and Mrs oelHyatt Misses Mattie Begley and Ethel Rogers of Fenwick Avere the guests at ihe home of Misses Margaret and Nancy Cheatham llast weekdMrs Miry Bradshaw and her HaliodsburgW honey near Beechliiudl the lirst of thg wJek Mr John Glass dnd wife of Mt GibbSjindaccompanied by Miss May Bal Gibbs on their return home the expects to be absent several weeksIThe ladies who took an active part in the supper that was givtn ahe home fpf Mr and Mrs A B Wells on last Saturday re quested the wrier to express their thanks to their ijapt friends Tortheir kindness and aid iin the supper THe sum of 45 was realized Tfie supper was for a good cause iwd may the Lord bless the cheerful givers We trust the friendswill be ready to help again in tne near future Many thankstoI the sot and hostess alsoI MCINJ1ItL J DrJ S Wrigh visited friends near here last week Mr Eugene Hill paid a flying visit to Louisville Sunday last Miss Sallie Mclntire who has beensick is improving slowly Miss Lossie Fields of this pI are visited the Misses Bland ford Sun d 1Little1 McLean of of Springfield is visiting Mis Ethel Simms his week Mrs J B Johnson of Louis yule is visiting her father Mr J B Hill at this writing Mr Will Humphrey of Freder ickstown and Miss Lydia Simns of near here were married in Springfield lastThursdav Jay their life be a llong and happy ole We have been having lots of rain within the last few days A t Lumber of st earns have been 11I Ill crossing and some think lie r a have biiMi hstIJJ smue tIebli 1ill Joe Medleyif Lorettu was jtt iedat St Rut Monday afier ii tu Deceased was widely known In this auction land was a mot honorable man in nil of hi d liugsP foaiJ pur nt unJ a loiinghusb nd Theentire tarn ijlv h ixe our sympathy vliss Etta Hill of this piicu auuF LMJSS Arue Osborne ef Prelqr rsjvekand ivportful it tohiIl su c ssnl over r ruspedl While there the teachers hadat oxuur soi to National Bridge Ahieh was quite t a treat Uur own county was very poorly repro Stiiitei I think thnrVshould be new a few more w de avake leachers to attend such djca tional meetings from which they ould derive so mucli benefit fINVf6hf Jr J D Burner sold a cow and actiflf to Dink lIb1foryLa- onBarlor hOguitl veaflinfr il fro n S un W ttI for liIMrsTT NliulySjIiIt t si sera diys ihSjringHuld this week IItev Couch of ackvilie wiII preach at this place Sunday at 8 plm 1 frsAjegSiui h vssie4 friends thetiss Hattie Nally has rn Irffirlie Sfteivawleks i it Wi aj ii Myrt mUhiC Mist Pearl ThpmpsonTs i v si- ti4ierii aunt Mfs John Gecil at R ilwick this svtek 4 c0T Logs onand wife spent Sunday with hair mother MrsjJ Sarah Logsdon t spentSundaydaughterMth Mr A G Turaey whi has been quite sick for sorue time is uportedr sobienettert l Several of our young folks ai llendedthe afiUisbulnightI ah4 children of Fred rickslown are visiting Mrs Dean Smith at this place tAit get np ten or jxvelvfc tim e jn the uightaudhad sever backache and pains in his kidneys Was cured by FolcysKidney Curs Sold by Wood Robertson DrUg Co Those who livs on farms are espec j JIally liable to many accidents cuts burus and bruises wnich Leal rapidly when Ballards Snov Liuenrent is ap plied Price 25 and at Haydons rug store UETTEK LIST List of letters remaining un c tiled for in the ijprmglielii Ky Potoffice for the weelt uri ilJg July 3 1902 v v Mrs Thomas Moran Woodie Hobs Wilham TiJeo Jpsie Efrid lItnMarynMissWhen calling for these letters please sy Adyertised WA Waters P M A SLEEPING PREMIER u Stories of Lord North Drowsy Mo monte In Parliament Lord North was the steeping p lrlhi mentarian of the eighteenth century He forever faces p6fand White says of him that Indignant orators were constantly complaining of his refusal fd listen ti them and ns never at a loss in tibjectfmj them to the further humiliation qf n sharp retort Even now in these rite the noble rlordmember of the opposl n and Lord North awoke In time to murmur i wish I were kAgaiii he said to another grumbler The physician should never quarrel with his own medlcine To a speaker who Impeached him of all sorts 6t crimes hind called attention to his dqZing through the attack Lord tforth rejoined It is cruel to deny me the solace enjoyed by other criminals that of a nights rest before they meet their fate The best story of the sleepy premier Is that connected with a peer who bored parliament with a history of shipbuilding from the time of Noah and his ark North begat dozing at the mention of the ark aad slept until the speaker reached the Spanish ar njqdn Then a cofteague woke him Where are we now asked North In the reign of Queen Elizabeth Dear dearS exclaimed the prime minister Why didnt you let me sleep a century or two more Whistlers Tart Comment Whistler one afternoon called on a young painter of his acquaintance who did the pretty llttI1rort of things that arc popular In the course of the con versation that followed the 11sttwo flnpur tIpsttdoVfa lIne sdbio brush and as daintily began to tickle a piece of baddrawlng into a sweet expres sion Biyfng A pleasant zt ours Isnt it Jlmmyj et YesVjvns Vhlstlers responBCUbut what ore you doing Frank Oh said the young artist I am painting a replica of a little thing someone liked because you know I can al snmejsubjeam like the simple minded hen who when nswl to do protested that she could not la same egg twice IUM7C of Writing The cojiy of n ccrtnln novelist Is n feacsonm Kljrht On moV than one oc casion tIll nrrlvhl of u batch of manu script from this Kcntltinnn linK led toj trouble in till coiiipoBiijg department Quite recently the novelist In question fairly PCMiis T himself His copy was indeed n puxzlv Confound the fcllowl growled one of the conns lies enough to drive a man to drink eHavewrites solemnly demanded a fellow sufferer No was tin reply Oh continued the other Its aim pIe cnouxli Mr Z the novelist owns a rough frr1 terrier When he feels tbeldohim doI on hvet t of paper Tbefi 1the tioyil lirius to think and tella slur Iii li Tht unite vagst his tall stud thiTf youimreiitilitar Uli rn DriM Ii flow Vil rumtuber said nun Icy as ioiilly bnuxllslied thotsword ut1 livt time that ever drew that piniv lilnjr htidtWhin did ymi dm v It Dumle JilmiHlred ItaJlicrfr Inamffle jAj stomach a bad digestion a bad liver AyerfJPillsare1 liverpHls1eycurecc p stipatioh biliousness dyspepsia sicki headache f cAII drunldI IIb2U11iC1Il IUCKIMGHAM DYE1i J uu 4eoDuoiuL teraeI Sb A4cfn Lc Eureka j Harness oirnotoelyuIkei obnreeenftbs P4horse bettft but seise aa di0r3etn r U u Ul Givc Your LH rselt Chancel t SEVENTY THREE Ir BY NORMAN HAMPTON r= j CoplripM ixi biiA S ntchanlion rk Ralph Dawn pad Jude out a pretty Ca1r summer itftcrinil Looking back to the tread with wljlch he had regard ed the wasouht felt Inclined to make juerry over his own pessimism t To the fellow who is vopklng his way through college the vuciitlon pe riod is veritable haying tIme Then It is he must ay up something for the winter season pimiing the arrival at college of so tilt liupulcss luLs in need of cotiizig Many a young chap simi larly cliritcd is grateful to secure a post rs AVitlter at mountain or sea side resort hut BawnAvas more fortu nate A huivlcilge of telegraphy had ipfvoa li tho post of duy operator att vljt rrosjiift House und his4 college filiations hod secured a social stand ug Yhlch the ordinary member of the riiiy of telegraphers cpuld not hope to ttaIt Bnwn had been the star uiembar of the athletic association at his prep Bchool And had won an envlablerepu tatlou on the college grounds More over he bad a One muscular figure clcijr blue qyes and ball that waved jJust enough to create1 envy In the breasts of more than one young wom an subject 4o curling irons and kindred devices He distributed his favors fairly until Edith Cinu in Ings arrived at the Pros ect House after which tIne remainder o f the young womtn spent the time oncq devoted to hissociety In wonder- Ing what he saw In that Cummings sir Yet the Cummings girl was the sort to catch the fancy of any up to date man She tdisld ride row sail and play golf A mountain climb held no terrors for her and tier erect car complexJoncrefree pure lift sheled bercIlmwho iioyrr dresimoij that her father wan a Chicago lullllonalro many times ovfr And ftirth r when she betrayed Irrat AtbLten lI tI1 teloKmphy mdIoRKiisI liiii ui Ivlvlirr lstru ions he It lit hi ustlf aihnimig It sine wnn tea Ihtll lot ntnie imartiS ftf wICstf 4 lport Ualphs uttlft was loianulln cpzy curnvr or tin liottis ytturu en tnt lie mill bvn op1iis jiranlci trans mltlor she tlulled tclivrjipfiv on rainy days with the iMiurvy that she put Ito HhlitliS whiii tlit sn Klione 10 ix siin gossips olcvutcd thouI toIwardtlll1iCUUlImlugs the night operator Brtwn was chat ting by the Morse Hystem with tho opcratorat Itostoii iiud u he prepared to shjit off the caught tint tclgnai Soy intytirce and pricked up her cars What was that Scvcnt jthree fbf she asked ns they strolled down tint big hall together Seventythree he replied Is the universal greeting It means pretty nearly everything from 4Hav a drink to an elaborate eAj cesslpn of good will You wont ibid In tine books butj every telegrapher knows till sign to be om of grectlnt and regardl Then II the conversation turned to other tblnbStll tint Incident was tempo closed dBawlihotel closed but one afternoon in Sep jCumj on and MIsk Cummings express i certain opinions egardlng the lFeHon Ifpersoti with rather wore directness than was whojly necessaryi ThIs1olT 1oBitbelief that nman who would tnket h ypunjft WQinan out rowing nit 8 oclocim Olid iiiiverreturn with her td the hottl till utter lianliy sliiwro In his protestations Jiffectlou for n third porty l Bnwn offered as tin explanation the tact that he was stuck on n Mncf ban and rould not wqrk off till nfter 12 but thlstpft rejected with fine scorn and as dlth moved away tnsa the desk l she remarked that an engagement toJgo rowlwj would be indefinitely post JJ r iirb ifI M WliwiIlUlw h fIIN W IJikI4i ILb Dj iL lWrBiyBu1es t I t 1 T bn Jb G Lf I fJ Call and make a selectionaidbieady1orSpunrJ f t SEEDING Tl1VtS 7r i is neat at l 7 we have grass faH it V 0 11diiS I THOMPSON I KY t t t mlft l1kEE poned men womannue she flea hen room und spent tile refit of the aft ernoon in tears That evening she went to the boot llanding alone and selecting aUght boat set out for n solitary row Sho paddled about tIll late for awhile niUpblUtdtermination started away from shore Bawn had told her that be had stuclr on a sand bar at IMum island In tht center of tine lake and around the point from the hotel Edith decidetl that she would look at the Pluin island sand bnrjierself and make certain that there was absolutely no foundation for Bawns tale Slip found rili r relll her vexed feel ings in tine cxc rlK and setting her course for th 111111 she pulled lusti ly She did net Itd what progress she was making Ill jbe found that the boafhad stopped on the same bunk She reverse tint oars buf the mo mentum had carried the boat well to tine bank jof mud and her effort was without result She removed her shoes aid stockings to get Jut and push butt a preliminary sounding with the par an afterthought proved to her that Bawns contention had been correct and that the mud was too deep and too soft for such aj roceeding The twilight faded into dusk and With the darkness came a sense of ut ter desolation Once a faroff whistle told ofihe approach of the night traIn but for the rest there were only the sound of the crickets on the island and the call otanowi somewhere on thd mainland She laid her head gp a seat and raw a second time that day she en Joy ml a good dry AboUt 10 the moon rose flltrnh the lake and leepeng ly antrt tgloom or in shot Acras tu lke sin conltj oar the regular squeak of oars In their locks dOd straining her eyes she could just make out a famil tar form It was Bawn and like herself he was alone He was too fr off to hear her cry Imltnredrecognized the strokes It sounded him as It some one were trying ib Imi tate the telegraph Instrument It Vas llila call R BB BR BIwaterEditbbacked by the wooded island caught big eye He raised his oar Down it amc upon the gunwale He was sending the call Seventythree Then M bent to his oars and with long steady strokes forced the boat toward the Is land He approached cautiously and did not strike tLc bar I nm glad to see you realize now that couldnt help getting home late was his greeting Ediths spirit was gone Take ut out of tints horrible place Ralph she Rajd and forgive me for 4elingtaf s1lltnl e It nil back ThereAvaaait hi the bottom of Ida boat and hcjthrov her a lfne His back heaved us he tupicd at the oars and soon sine waiHil clear water 110 ook tier Into his boat and toxriug tinej htineiIngi lIQfirecordeU but tr e ivenitou niny liti limagined from their talk on tine land Ung hJiitsteppetl our of tIne lnatt No nrialy blHSliTns as sine spoke tint ionie tiny you may have not one lJntwtnt3threeI The 1II 1iIiiiiinn of Todny bim4iryots ImmortiU crctitton of Mr Easy In Irish porN whoiv Mr Midsh piuaa IusIsometimes a little dililcuHy In preserv ling their gravity A boat conies to tine Btaira of a pier The tntddy ill ctTarge Ifs possibly more vigorously gott up t t yhehim Ho mister sailor Will ye sell that cholld In bowl Way uuff Forward there Clear the stales Liberty nice to land So hails young Nelson but Biddy wilt not let him have tilt dignity at hs pp sltion Ilniid me Iii that pritty b6y i wld tine rows In hs cheeks Tls him want to LiitC A way viI ye brown l evils And me Miss Kate MaeartW iicynttlndliit of tints pier tnce George l IV wan king You wont kiss me jxoy Then you shall not ttndf Mllshipnian Roduoy Nelson Camper clOrIM iDHuTiiiflr iff rjzhts of tIlls Iff is pi reioril that ou of tfife goodlreeJ wih rkix our admirals wins oue rtrIel oi tlio tlttlit of n nagsh Unler tint inJoIr a negiess wub iwfUi n itiiris a 1I1 Ufllltnnoth ltth l d ri 611I tll p lJzbIPhtI 9 J tsCASTORilWtrlmmU t Yl HinAlwaysMttl Bears tk- aLgiitt oc ll 4 rf J wecfifafford to seir theinatiM ti qlds figures Our house inofulloIsimcofthe IiltestandnQb d Mest vehicles on the market Any Style and any PriojQ i x tYou must remember handand seeds kinds GREENIrftHlt SPRING FIELD mot shehnswfriHl Tki1d 1 fI0 0 Insurance rcnl Reversed fit I SODilHERN MUTUAL rtI r rt I L1avestmntIy Of Lexington Ky f GrW MCELROY gtg I11AGENT t J 1 J Ky f S- 1n JfII I ilt QEMENTaAtLOwestPrice r1ROUGHLUMBER 7t f544 DRlSSEi t L u1V1BEm fi SASH and DOOSJ1 LAT H and SHINGLEE t J nT I12 ONFRACTINQ 1t 1 Ant ttteg in the building line aiiteSipSlter FELL LUMBER GOs Yard I St I 1t cij1j AND GET PRICES HE MET HIS MATCH The Saalf Got n Dckri IteOk DUabrrecnUe MfrOlclne Men as a rule are more Indifferent and communicative concerning the in roads of ago than women arc hint tine most amlablp woman can generally find a pertinent reraark to make whe appToachod Impernncutly On this trod theme Old Squire Soups iloesnt speak to me nc cP saila gentle futieC sUrer haired tnodI idout bav He has eiivHenl reasons for n wanting any ccjtersatloa w lh ta SevernllUQnthsli a IVwtu sllingj our carriage near the city lrurj waiting for Helen vheii I sawtbe ui squlrc drive up near mer He uhttvsr iss something unpleasant to Say at how old Ate are all getting and ww Wreckswe ahart so ih prclemtitl1OIt ttosce him Ho came nearer however and accosted me Isntthat yoUj Mrs Brown Ilo tdyou do Mrs Brown 9 turned around and greeted him How do you do Squire Jones a My goodness Mrs Brown thd bluff old fellow went on h6w ypii have broke I never would have known you Why Squire Jones said I was jtist going to say the same thing ft you rnever did see a mUll ago its fast you have What on earth has made pu fail so rapidly I never would ave knownyou Tho poor old squire shrank ddwnin his buggy seat and wilted He looked half his usual size and tOn year aid er and drove off without saying any thing further It was wicked reollyw to deal the poor man sUcfa blow but If elderly gentlemen wait to receive compliments tine silver hatred lady laughingly concluded they must go about dlstributhig1bemlndianapo Us News Justified hIM IoHtduu i eleetfoflterMerred to the old joying The jofflce should seek chic man riot tine tune tine ojBcejjV A row dity nfterward tIn HJipnker was nQtiml eiertloueeHuij In J fashioned styli Jtelnp called down atiuskcd about hk iTtwcctlonr of a few flays before that tint oQice should seek Jthe man he rcplhij fl still umlutjilu ray position Tine ojlIoV Khottldi Indeed seek the man buttistIlUIi tuuiV should be around wheilflhe office Is 1ppk5 for blmof Kd1is n tl h E GOLLA rz Thyes sty1Wia CM44U QiJIR NTCCDLlNI The opily t34s MetIewMIacWJ hy plY1ft e 1 j 1NTAlLTWOPORAUA1 iAND M N7WVypIVE CENT OotLA old hyhive uptoMiIe chats evrywhsr oc sapl collars et by ot pM ias f Van ZaMt s Cs J JTroyNY No TWO NIW TYL5j if Treat TAMOR 2 lack 2J 1 tITA OTHOFfOf1t TrontSJ lack 2 2jf t CLU4OItI Iroot2 ls- Nupo i U lflfTJ f1ISpchl Kot Dyspepsiai CiWi fc DiaerIta wiityoi at J Tltft reprafloa iWis all dlNaIntl lHldaJltlgood 1tlveiiiaMtNItefs4 t taUMCUre I1gtol ft rood yoQwlasIThdst tMosaclil can t4ke 1k y Its uss thousands of dysp bav edattereve3ra11d 11 prtYtl1ofMJo4fo u ftsekyeIievlnishIItnsaflr tXtI1aguftneNNryi1lsaLt Itt t buitdsysdPI ZO JWnrCo t LL 4 lIfWJY Ta n JJ JWIf4 4 wJ y w W = = = L U 7U JL Jt BURTON l fPNTlitT I TEETH EXTRACTED THOUT PAINI te1up stlrs liNZMJ iELD KY A Jpal Work Strictly Fir tcliis i il ILi H LAMFTONi x s OF1OE 7I J3 DI S J SMOCK iIXG1ELD KY I UVP4D Rthebars for xo4k ft over Peoples Deposit Bjik OMcebOurs 12 to 2 pm 5 5FGRJGSBYp ATTORNEAT LAW Zk p f OJc qjr rPeople Bank 1 SPRUUFJELD KY r L 1L p TiRr f1fIk 0 gkete14 LiijiW e BromoQuinine Tablets cur alt iffifAA ay C ire No Pay 4TNlNM4CI6AN i- fr TbrMfk Steepliii car from t LwisvIIJe V i Sleeiplng cars running to Northern Mjebiffkn resorts from Loa Vnie er JaellueYlvania Short LlUFtll1l1dG J JfcMRallway The Fishing Line wJtlM Mttbllflhed Juner22 1902 le la llMkviUe 4 pm daily arriving P tefiy Traverse City Bay View y Hw f gprlutts and M eknnaW Oity i ext wtraiogi Mack rnae Jela id at 131L4MeLS on dining care For eWJaformatlon addreea C Ii Hag wiy D PA LoulBVllle Kr It hHtriHr mnhe busiest wan Is the luip test TBun but be often doesnt JMT iH to re lbw Itgroc That pras to Stnue- Tlteft 4 Isr tree that grows Mexico e ltedjtbe txiiljol or stone trep ILls of PUftMtouH proportions both in cir cHitif rScifi I4dhclght It has Ji num byr et branches spreading out widely 4 I mmt urrying leaves of a yellowish MS color The wood is extremely ipd wisHy workdlu a green stnte Itiset given fo either wnrplngortsplltbag them st rclUUr y 4t la that ifter belug crt the wj getA gradoally harder dud 1iieWge of a few years it is absolutely I cd whether left In the open aircererled la the ground From this t r feouccp cnn bejiulit that would in apfeW yrs beccibf e completely tirer r p oand wbuldlast as long as though w stone blot e Halrplu In Briepy- Tfc hairpin ns a BuSrgleal Instrument t kted quite seriously by a physl Cl who wrljdng In a technicall jour Ra J names fifteen different ways In fts birtj It may be used Inau euiergedcy iI to fiTsc pain or even to are UreFor- er plclt might serve as a probe us- a s rglcal needle In place of a drain I ag Jtubo to remove foreljni boiltcs Jo 4MarfstablpddvcBsel or to close a wbiSoYG e iliRebalr of a woulan can draw more r tb SpaJmjidml pairot oxen wrote r oMlarBes Hoell almost tlireiT etnitu r1eaJgoLitmty J tIi KQafr Ule Virtue of he Hair goes Into the pin 1 Ready to Talsfe Hoia lee told me It would probably be a bltiir light said the wan yvho had J jibeen to seen lawyer lPtI hft convinced himself of the jiuiMce of your cause suggested his irOS i Rfel Qu titaw yreptU tie fprospcctlve litigant He first con y1hxseif that bad money Avih to mqke the fightsChicago before tJae Ark Noahs ark Is generally sapposed0 0 trearUet ship of which ue hay r Srdb t there exist paintings fEgyptlatf tl jla iinuieuwjly older than S the date 28 W B usually a8Slgned f the ark beIng Indeed probably lie fween scCxerty andcfghty centuries bUL JCpreoyer there are now In existence 3 nboutltSll vr n na4HnrsalB MiRibtcr Un new janltorj John I ex plct to txcpahBBpiflpUswJihCri Smith wjit Sunday JokWelI sir If yonll tate my a J I vice YOu wont do It lcseenD Smiths pulpit and Its the most worn outpieceqt furniture in town Chlcn g News lzelailTCMeM te Be Malatfclned PiagrAre Yrs De Styles entertain t8TCrj Exclusive rpng AVcil I should say so hchs itJUllt mndnIpp1ieatIon to I1aetbL Icn- rcrsntJon ot her guests copyrlght Baltimore HeraldP htnlth la co pecessnry to all thi du lies us well as plpaBures of rjte l t Ilie crime ofuquanderlng It Istnuui tt It FOR SAt AT OOIIAOhftEKUEC- QnfectTonerV k TOWNic1 HiiUUi iiiii HOIU iiiiiiiii Happenings oT Interest 1 Frht IId tatt AH AWut Y urs lf Friends ajid ACqMhstsiws Hagnsjfj j j grocerFirst t class sorghum aridvcara mel syrup aftGurry Tapps A good second band Surrey for Bale by Wharton Tapp See our 10 and 15c counter Curry SvTapp PoRSuiA but Qcher1HoraOne hundred useful articles to 11counter i on ice atOW Hagans cold insrageCradles manufactured byW t A Bond For sale at JTaydpn Barbers Go toC WI Hagan s for your fruit jars He hjas allarge stock for siie cheap Dont forget to get CW Hagen prices on fruit jars They will surprise you jf If you want a good pair of sliuei at bargain prick call on McChord Robertson More manGy than hams so takeyourhams to 0 W Hagant and get what they are aWepeas for sale many quantity THOMPSON GREEN Now is the time to buy your sugars befpra they go up Calli and get prices at C W Hagans The free rural delivery r utesI for this county will be put in operation on September 1staGo toO W Bfagans for any thingyou may need in the roJ cerIline His stock is complete The teachers institute forthis county will be held beginning J iulydays Greatly reduced prices on car pets rugs linoleum wallpaper Window shades at McChord ant j Robertsons eCradlesblades and material for repair- ingi W A Bond at the old Casey shop Take your country produce to Q WIagansand get the higln iast prfee in the market Cash Iif preferred For Pearl in Ammonia the best washing fluid made go to JOhn C Shad r It saves labor and it saves soap Our sorghum and vinegar ha tlmindnb equalj try convince yoirefItHagantTAKEN UP A bay gelding about one year old Owner can getinrther information by call ing at NEWS LEADER office Mr ML Fearcybas bought out the butchers shop or JwReidel Co itnJ will continue the business at the oUt stand You have a car lload to select buglfyphaetob t about cost McChord Ro bertson My jroperty tear the L N Depot in Springfield consist t iing of warehouse and scales is lnl the hands of G C Wharton for saleor rentI JA UDDI Wanted Fie hundred lbs ofr country bacon Will pay more than it is worth because I wantl iit C W Hagan Tjakeijiny thing you have to sell to G W Hagan and you get a prite put on it Tryhim for jjoke Never before were such bargains offered in mens boys and childrens nice clothing as you can now find atiMcChord k Ro bJ ertuon s The banner offered to the class SundaySciloolhaimrthe l e month of rune was woy 1110 pupils of Miss Esther Bcmlwares clatF f l At Vie next telc era examma ticn applicants for appointment to the t t3Collegewil1nbote TAWP9 examinetlTh sis a good op pbrtnnity for ambitiouboys anti girls to get t itioui and room rentfree rUblibersTelephone C W Hagan your orders andsee how v dill Mr Ray Nally and Miss Deb bie Mattingly two wejlknown young people of the St Rose neighborhood were married at the Methodist parsonage on last Thursday by Rev Stiles I am the agent for pet Burk bard Co the wellknown anufactur r of monuments andh tombstones and anyone needing nything in that line will do well to call on me CEACoxSpringfield Ky This has been another bigi Week for the live stock ship m ents from this place Thomp son Yankey Co the live stock dealers shipped on Tuesday and Wednesday 800 lambs They have also shipped this week about 400 head of hogs The heavy rains and the windstorm of the past few days did j cropsthroughout ground in places was consider bly washed and the corn was bloSvn down land in some cases broken off by the severe wind As a result of the revival meet- ingsi conducted by Rev Paul Price at the Baptist church which closedon last Wednesday evening there were thirty five accessions to the churcbby letters nd otherwise Of this number ten were administered the ordii nance of baptism on last Sunday fternoon in the churche The semiannual statement of ithe Peoples Deposit Bank found iin another column of the paper howscontinued increase in the business of that institution On June 30 the Bank paid to the jBtockholdersta four per cent semi 111111 ltl vrdiivl nr dded to its surpluji two pur elJ u of the- arningsof the past six months Dr WX1 Grigsby who left here about tne first of Jun was married in Kansas City AO at 330 oclock Wednesday June 25 to Miss Lou Grigsby of Blandin jville 111 Immediately after the ceremony the couple left for Denver and will spend three months on a bridal tour of the Northwest after whIch they will locate in Blandinsville Ill At the latt regular teachers examination W A Colvin Geo R Counor Anna Jones Emma Nunau Nora Turner and Kate Shaunty were granted first class certificates Zula Lear Adele Thompson second class and Saute Montgomery third class Cecil Gibbs and Effie Smith passed creditable examinations but not having attained the age of eighteen were not granted certi ficates Messrs Gray tnd Phillips in surance adjusters for the Kentucky and Tennessee Board of Underwriters are here this week readjusting lhe town with a view of giving a new and low rate of fire insurance Everything de manded by the insurance men in regard to fire protection for the town has been done and the town is now entitled to a lower rate of insurance These r pre sentatives promise a reduction in the rates but cant tellj jhst what it will be Oliver Gribbens a young man of the Mooresville neighborhood was brought before Judge Lit sey last Saturday on a warrant charging him with pointing a deadly weapon at another The law and the facts were submitted Land ihe accused was fined 550 and costs which was paid Itj gLbythMayes a few days ago and drew a pistol and pointed it at Robert Mn Mayes young son A war ranfejras dand Gribbens wa dby Coiistable A Kimil 01 FJSimmsjfora Chicago firm one hundred head of stop cattle weigbing 1352 pounds at six and one half cents per pound This was one of the finest l lOnthe r state and sold for the highest price A short time before this Simms Simms sold to the same firm 145 head oj cattle weighing 3230 pouuds at 1880 per hundred Their cattle sales for June amounted to about twenty thous and dollars These cattle were bough in Washington county last summer and fall The First National Bank of this place las just closed a very successful sii months businesziIts gross earnIngs ward over six thousanddollars which were disposed of as follows After paying all expenses it distributed to the stockholders a 4 per cent amounting to2OOO carried to tax fund 1295 which provides for all taxes for thetyear Also a fund of over 5- w pay for improvements on bank building and for furniture fix tures besides adding 360 to profit and loss account which makes theizsurplns and individ ual profits 15 200 County Attorney T S Mayes has received a program and invi t tion to attend the Second An nual Meeting of the Kentucky ounty Attorneys AssociatiOn E till Springs July 9th and says that he will be present A very interesting program to last three days has been arranged and many matters pertaining to county government and other ques tions such as road and taxation problems will come up for dis cussion The meeting is riof confined exclusively to county attorneys but anyone who maybe interested in such questions as will be discussed is cordially iinvited to attend Pete Liverswas arrested this morning at his homeon Mill Creek by Jailer Rody and Coro ner Warren on a warrant froth chargingrhimThe officers left town about one oclock this morning and drove to his house and were informed that he was not at home A was instituted and Livers wagI found hid under a bed He was brought to Willbehf countyforLivers was indicteci by the grand jury of this county in Oc teber 1900 charged with assault- ingi and cutting Maniel fiolbert but has avoided arrest until now He has not yet been brought ot this place Shaders Specials We have base ball for lOc 25c 50c 75c sr 125 Bats for 25 85 and 50c Boys mitts 20 and 25c Balloons 15c 25c 40c to cele brate the 4th with Buggy whips from the great Massasoit factory from 15 to 50c Just received a great bargain lline of lovely glassware 10 15 and 20c each piece Call and see itt J A SHADER f Taxpayers lake Notice The taxes for the State and county for the year 1902 are now due and it is the duty of every goodcitizen to settle promptly with the Sheriff I also have a large amount of back taxes on my list uncollected and these I will proceed to collectt by process of law if same ate 1191 settled atone BYRON CROAKR bheriff W C Farm for Sale fy farm containing 49 acres situated on the MUJWn dirt roadI about 8t miles from Springfield is for sale A good house and barn on the placeland farm all in grass except about 8 acres Also contains a fine lot of young locust trees Fpr further par ticulars apply toJR RINEY ISpringfield Ky Notice The undersigned firm having d ircolved partnership all persons owing us accounts are ur gently requested to call andset tie same HAYDON ROBERTSON Hcrbine clears the complexion giye buoyancy tothe mind cuaee heac ache re ulateu the stomach and bowt els stimulates the liver ahd is in fact a Perfect guardlanof the health Jrice so cents nt Haydons drpg store H Ht HOR- DDEflTTISTbFFIC RnrJI BunDI Rr1n4ncnt1y located p 1SPEtNGFIELDKY ECNAL Mr John Ewing came in from Greensburg Tuesday t Mrs Charles Me Whorter was iin LouisvilleJlast week Mr and Mw Finley Scruggs are in Martinsville Lid Will McChord has returned frOm college for the vacation stMissfrom a visit to friends in Bards toownMrs Averftt of Louisville is visiting her sister Mrs John W W1srMiss Georgia Hoskins of Campbellsville iis visiting relatives here Mr George Colvm of Louis vilie was here Saturday and Sunday last Mr Phil McQhord and Miss E anor McEJroy were iin Leba non Sunday Dr J H Lampton and Miss Ruby Lampton went to Louis ville last week SMrsdaughter Mrs Dunn went to Louisville 6n Tuesday Mr and Mrs William Daisy of Lebanon are guests of C W Noes family this week Mr J A Bishop of Bardstown iis visiting the family of his son S BT Bishop here this week Oscar Drury gold out his property at Texas last week and left with his family for California Hon John W Lewis returned last week from Greensburg where he had been on legal busi Tnessr Mr andMrs John B Grundy and little son visited at the Grundy home Valley Hill llest week Mrs J L Harmon nee Miss Nettie Kimberlin of Bowling Green is visiting relatives in this county Mis L ura McChord of Leba non and Miss Wickliffe of Bards town visited friends here the first of the week Mrs T A Spalding and children who have been visiting at he home of Mr ahd Mrs Ben Haydon have retutiLQdo Bards town Mr Leo Haydon who has been with PeterBauer Drug Co of Louisville for several months has returned to accept his oldI position with tle drug store ofr C J Haydon Leos many friends in Springfield are glad to welcome him back Mr Bev Brown who left here over a year ago withhis fathers family to reside in Indianapolis has returned and now has a posi tion with the WoodRobectjion Drug Co of this place Bev gave up a good position with a drug firm in Indianapolis ama is a competent dU giat besides being u clever and popular young man If thcetomach liver and towels Jail to perform their functions rcaulat y aiX uaturally the blood becomes contaminated with inipnritio and the whole Wystem is in consequence de biiitatedi Herblnc is remarkable 4in its efficasy in curing the ailment at prevalentdurIIJghot Havdous drur store Sound kidncyu ere safeguards of healthytv1thFeleyl I Robertson DrugCoS Tragedy In Mercer A special from Harrodsburg gives the following account of a tragedy in Mercer George Elliot sixty five years old father of five married and two single children and owner of a farm vorth 5000 near Dixville in this county hanged himself in his barn with a plow line this morn ing After breakfast he started o visit a neighbor in a buggy with his wife When near the house the family heard the voice of a woman crying piteously ciI andtbelieved the horse hwl1qcked his wife to death- Several of the Williams family rent with Elliot and found hiiJ ife lying in the highway cored with blood and badly bruised wer3wolargegashes her fractured skull could be seen Her face was swollen to such an extent that her eyes were almost Invisible Her physicians say her wounds will prove fatal Elliot assisted in lifting her in to the buggy and in carrying her into the Williams home after which he drove away An hour later neighbors found Elliot hanging to a rafter in his balI He was known to havei attacks of temporary insanity and his wife was often afraid of him About four months ago she left him and brought suit for divorce but after two monthsp herjagaJnwere congenidlS j Coroner R B Gibbs return d to night from Dixville where het held an inquest over the body of the suicide The verdict was th h byisill alive but unconscious Mr Elliot came here from Washing n county many years ago and prospered as a farmer near the voting precinct of Dixvillef Elliot hastwo brothers living in this county1 John and Dick Elliot of Jensenton His home was in Mercer county onlY five J miles from Mackville He is well known at that place and people there think he was uhr m1lrdere41hs QUARTERLY REPORTr OP THE CONDITION OF- EOPLESIDEPOSITP BANK INCORPORATE SPRINGFIELD KYIAt the close of business Juna 30 RESOURCES 117343023OverdraftsDue fromNatlonal banks 8925tOne from State banks bankers 7 1013363 190C380 Ranking House and Lot 500000 110300SpeciCurrency A G30000 966301- iFurnlture and FIxturas 100000I Current expenses last quartern 95330 total 122809778 LIABILITIES CapltalStoCk j I Surplus 1300000 Undivided Profits 81600 Pue Depositors as follows Deposits subjectto checkton which Interest is not paid 14553963 ime certificates of deposit on which interest is paid 187421- 1Ui42Sl9rota77g Amount ol last dividend 300000 J A HOULW RE Cashier G D ROBERTSQN Pres State ot Kentucky ss County of Washington J J A Boulware Cashier of Peoples Deposit Bank Springfield Ky a Bank located and doing business on Main Street in the town of Springfield saysthatrespects a true statement of the con dition ot said Bank at the close of business on the 30th day of June 1912 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the busi ness of said Bank has been transacted at the location named And not else vhere and that the above report is made in compliance with an official notice received front the Secretary of State designating the 30th day of June 1902 as the day on which such hall be made J A BOULWARE Cashier blJJuly 1902 A C McELROy lie P Washington County Ky Commission expire January 14 1904 GD ROBERTSON G L HAYDON Directors W F HALL There iv no louger an excuse for auyoue to endure the torture inflicted by piles when Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment will cure them a remedy so moderata In price and so effectIve- rIceP 0 cents in bottle Tubes 7Scts t Haydons drup tore F leys Kidney Cure puritiB th b loon by straiuhig out iimpurities and tones up the whole system Cures kidney and bladder trouble For sale by Wood RoberjsonDrng Co Mav Brin Suit Mrs Nettle Miles of SamuelsT mother of Mrs A W Shermon Tr will probably tilts suit for damages against the Western Union Telegraph Company for fulling to deliver a message prompljy It is alleged that on themorning her daughter Miss Mtirna and Mr A W Sherman Jr eloped to Clarksville renD and were mar ned a telegrdm was received at tee Deatsville office from her son in law Mr Burks of Loretto stating that her daughter had boarded the train dt that place With the intention of meeting Mr Sherman at Lebanon Junction and that it was their inten tion to elope It is also alleged that the message was received In time for Mrs Miles to telegraph ahead and intercept the young couple but that it was not delivered untii it was too late td prevent the marriage It is un derstood that attorneys have been engaged and that the suit will be tiled in a few days Nelson Record IINt15 summer ca nbe pre vented Y by taking e Stotts Emulsion Its as ben8tIcIalln aRnH In wlnUr If yu an wk ui t upt ge IIBe InviteY Your Inspection fa Qfmir elegant Stock of NEW GOODS i 3 Spring Dress Goods in all newshades 1 newweavesGinghams Madras and Merc mzidl Effe ctsi1 vr f We ateripw pre paiH3cf0 show af mlesoqk-of it Gt9+ lrNG I llargest and iiThe have attractive ever shownand LOWER IH PRICE Than you Will JJ find elsewhere Just opened out a large Stock of u IR C3 CORSETS 4 The l f tba eSJin h White Pink and Blue 1 a I PaperCarpetb ment it is how more complete than ever before t In Shoes we are Allowing Vici Kid Patent Calf I Patent Kid Velour Calf Box Calf clc made on ajl last tom the plainest tp the most extreme Call and exatnine themSWe Guarantee to Suit you buyerLAlways i past favors and soliciting continuation of your patronage J Jw remain Yours Truly CflflniDgham fi lluucS T 3kkJGLOTIIESTO t 15 THE tWEATHER i5T i cTh1 W want arid we have them 4 1jIL Le 1tIr H IOur stock ofST 1Mens Summer f 1r Suits Hatsand Itj r Shoes contain a fj variety ijqt good If values tAt II fa jdYr4 j i1 1 I To The Ladies 7 i ttf t We extend a cordial invitation to ttbur stockst of tf3 5S bur store and inspect f3 Summer Dress Goods and Notioi E r t i 1r ICllan get prices We are making f 1 i Vi lspecialbargains I 4some r I Grniifly Claylirooto ft Iditirs i I at m m mfH r FRANK WSIMkS BEN FStMMS JOHN FciiJoSi FRPN4WoSIMMS Cb fi ivery Feed and leSStOI c 1 J N wand Stylish Iigand gooI 1ones- Spci outfits f dray lling menli e 7I- Comfortable stall and gIta trial tnent for boardIng horse h f 1tPHONE 75 SPIt flogP4oticS 1 otJw awi thI rMdW reordi ut Us rejiulir iue LN1a 1i sipS udernd ShtO- ountywIIl on SaWiiMY teIh ilat o 4ut IW2 tlae MC Howe door in SPriBi Xy- 1W4p IictIot in the gdCOU aoilotdhtriet refwrj to and f scribed In said orr fortb mSm of electing x trn tees o- lSV wudco K5bool district Mdtt rL1Jfparpteot taking the MIIb ii Uie j1I white voters in said araltl JJ tohool district upon ta I1rui1tEH fa to whether or not tir3ilI vpete an annual tax of jMMUiit eck one hundred dollara VWO i vf property atinssed In said du jt belonging to the white voters J trlct11Mf a eII wkit male inhabitant residing forMMpl1re iotsohOQlInsald graded con MOB school district and for the par po of purchasing rrecting or repair tag tuitable buildings thereof if nee awry The poll for said election will fee efeaed at scvi7 oclock In ti opopcncontlnaouslVIaRtf election mil be held for the purpose f anl1Vin alt reHpevts in tho manner wet ouUn said order and as prescribed by Jaw Said order is in Words and fig GUt8 as follows TATE OF KENTUCKY il iitHINGTON OOUNTY OOTJttT r V Jnne 231902 4i iii CHAS J II DON AND OTHQKS PTX tlOK TO SSTABLISH A GRADED COMMON SCHOOL r This day came Simpson Roberts and filed bfo report survey and plat of boundary of the district propo of to be established by the proceedidgs herein Said report a now approved aad confirmed and it Is tbr6foreor1 dercd that tbebonndaiy of saidl gradedI common school district be andI eetablishedas follows Beginning at sstone 100 ft east of the second mile ttQM counting frora Springfield Ky t MM being a corner of Mr Theresa L lf M to Thompson and Tucker on1 tk corth side of the Springfield aid Bardttown pike thence N SHE 1810 fet to a black oak Iin Mrs AluJdg lekl theneo N 45 E l1520 ft to a white oak Iin the Wbeafeyifarm n ar a branh aI1 also near the line of WIat1ey to Mrs Theresa Mudd t thence N 51 E1U50 ft to a cddcr in- Wkrtuylandcnlledf7 Martin land 11 original description by mistake thence N MBOciOft toastone bOLt sooth of Donnoly house 250 ft from two F i QfWbpatleySpringQjoJd pike 25 ft vfoai of last corner thence N 5a E 2320 thronjib the t liid ofsaid Donnely tpa blltCC wal ut6n the line of said Donn lv tOt tatejof Jasi Clements Ueueated thtupe N E 700 ft to a pin oalf luI J D Mullleans land crossing Clem ak11tklnceE1 cafl9 Ul 100ft from said pin oak in o the JandTof safd lao Olemehts decd t toa stofleat theintersectipn of feesinJoe Spaldiugs land thence N 84 Ef 4 ISSOcroBslng Prankfort pike at 950 It to Jwhite oak in lae Hord farm and JiM crosses pike 100 ft south of cut TertJttkenceS8tESl76 through the Jandiof said Hord and lire HenneSPv ICrOsthe Hard and Hennessay lint 10 00 ft jfrom said oak In Hord line to a black walnut at the line of HenueHsy 1 to Hadgie and Mattie Brown nnK ridge thence S 78 E 2506 ft acros th 8rovuplor SpAldlng to a stone at Walter W4i lUra8 Kate cs lied Crumes by mUuk 1 in original descriptlob thejicoS 53 E 3600 ft th ougL tbu lands ol said Spat ding to a stone near Ben Youngs g t at county road thence with lino orI Young and Spalding S 48 E 173J f to a utone cornerof said Young and estate of thu lue Richard ipddln1II t4 tee with his liueS6GW2t a Jatltonecorner of Youngto said ParI rott tbencltS26 W460fttoa stone Tcorner to Young Parrott and Durrett t then e 85E 1460 to a stone corner o- fk Durrettto Pafrottj thence N6J E 146 to saiii DnrreUj thence S61 E 100 ft to a fonecoinarof Parrott to DorreU IL thence 814 E 1140 itto a stone co- ir ner of ParrqttB to xDarrettV line tKfenco S 10 E 150 to a stone in t- hLr weat edge of the SpringQeldand Mack b j J1 villt pike corner of Pattott to Dnrrett 0f f 4sc Irtnoe through theJlands of John F J SinmB 3 24jj E 5610 ft to a stone cor McjilroJV31 J at a black walnut on north M Parryvillepike and through theta iMdao ItHMcElroy thence thro ethilands of H M ONan S 52 W 1540 ft 7 to m I Renealastrawstack iq saia I ijNane thence S51 W 340fLto a j 4 t itone in Henry Edelen 100 It eaRl ofn S5owciOO ftthr6ugh said Ed ien tot stone thence S 63240ft to an oak at a p r of bars t1 enc S 74 W 2500 ft to a black walnut at the Lebanon donnty road thence B 82 WV80 ft to a beet h trtf at the Wheatfey house and inyatd ofMme thence N 85W40 50ftioVa wWt Otkln Nelson erdsslngthe lands L roId Wbeatley and Nelaen Whence N W W 2410 ft to a black walnut In J Montgonaerylna branch crowinf the 1p1Ud otNelaon and Montgomery tlwBce N79 W 1780 ft through the land 1 I Montgomery and Jnoi Spaiding to lld cker I itIj It Ak Wall eroBeing the Lebanon pike 800Irt Earini barnisC StMirysplksthenceN2s W 1640 4ei iftact8I Staryi pike and t1rn11 t ot am BottMu tt a IollerryoJ11 2 if Wa ic rlBut by ltak tboncej allcdtit WiFBookar and Qitley coUtOa ucefriO 3reebo nyetmtr OB b1aot n ilt t J iJV IIII IItii jj- II AgetaWePreparatoktfotAs I sMlating therooJaodBeguJa I Ung iteStoMckS awtBoweUof I VMS HIIIKIN I Promotes DigeationCheerM QTNmCOTICfi 4ittm m Ap eclRe forConslipa Wormsoiwu1sionsFevcris1fleas racSurolc Signature pP NEWTORK EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER 780 ft to a stone in Cambron line thence S 76 E 2600 ft online of Corn bron to Cecil Bros to a stone corner of Cecil Brog to Clements thence with Olemeeta line N 18 E 1020 ft to a stone corner of Lancaster to Cambron ComIbroncf Cambron at St Rose thence N 3 E 1760 ftto a stone St Rose thence N 46 W 1650 ftto a atone on west bank of Cartwrlghts creek iSt Roda thence N 20 E 1200 ft croelngi3t Rose and Iorttoplke at 9oo It train 1t91t1 to aetone laSt Rose property ttuaue N 2000 feet crossing Cartwriehtn creok300 ft o a stuni conur ot Waau 1ucker StKoae aud St CatlierliH s nearatxll tree on a ridjjc inmiut N 44 E 1710 ft to the beginning It is furL tr ordered thuliue diaer iff 6f VasbitigtoncdauiY hota au elec tion aUhe JOourt Lojae in Springfield ky in gaid district and lor tthat purpose he will open tool pull at said graded uuinuiou uubuol di trict oil Sat AUg 9th iso fur the purpose of elect tug six trubtevu of said graded uom uou school district and for the per puaeof talcing the aeusa ot iti legal Wiijtu votera in said grid o common bubuol district upon the propokition as 10 whetberornoitbey will vote an 100ting to white voters or corporation in saiddUtrict and a polltax of 9160 peaplta on each white male inhabi ant therein over the age of 21 years residing in said district for the pur cJmmkCbool district and for toe purpjie of purchasing reeling ur rjp rm e sjitab ie buIldings tlstmrluz if uvcco ary It ahull tu uut of tbc clorK ut tUli UourC to dive riaiJ rf 4urJld uerlldcd copy of this order uitnia uidays nfmr it vhulu4 o urea cutered audit shahea the duty of ibu Suet If jjf Waahingfou coubty to han Lo- isorderpubLd1n some weekly or daily new upa crpnblibed in Vusi iiigtuu county brat least twenty dam btriuru the ekbtoti and also to udvertisu the time place and purpose of said election by printed hand bills cunspleuuuaII Iti made withia ten days after receiving acopy of tbb order Said sheriff eball appoint a Judge and a Clerk of said election who shall fubscrlbe tp an oath for the faithful performance their Duties elec41tIODshall open apdllat tb Out Honse InS rlngtleld Ky at 7 pclock In the forenoon and close it at 4 oulock in the afternoon of said day The vote recordedJlnsheriff prepared for that purp Bf toIj the question Are you for or against the graded common school brepordedtororagainet trustees as the voters may desire The said officers of election areto discharge all other duties pertaining to the hold lug of said election as nay be requir ed by BookerCI1cICounty Kentucky Even Sfolq groans under the torraentJ of neural in when every nerye in face or limb jumps and throbs Philosophy can not endure this agdiiy bra t Petry Davis Painkiller relieves it Bathe the affected parts freely keep them warm anddo uot expose yoursalr to cold an j dampness Jdtdioal science marches right along but it has not fouud the equal of Painkiller in the treatment of neuralgia fcroirchltif for TlVenr Years Mrs Minorva Smith of Danville lie writes iI had bribnchitis for twenty years and never got relief until jused 1olcys Honey and Tar which i aaurecureSoid is by C J Haydon Wuen other medicines hayc aile1 take Koleya Kidney Cpre It haf cured when eve1thiugee has djsi 1i9atetttJW iJt Dt tCQ CASTORIAB For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA Am Idol With Diamond Eyes It Is a curious fact and one scarcely known outside of Russia and there hardly ever mentioned that the fa mous Orion diamond Was once the right eye of the great idol Serringham in the temple of Brahma This pre dons gem was stolen at about the be ginnlng of4he eighteenth century by a French soldier who bad made a pretense of being converted to the Hlndoo religion in order to gain the confidence of the priests and admission to the temple The Frenchman first sold the diamond for 2000 On the next turn It was bought by a banker of Constan tinople for 12000 The banker kept it until 1774 and then sold It to the Rus sian empress for 90000 audn life pen sion TIle geil1 has been In the Russian royal family ever since As It Is now set In the Imperial scepter of Russia it presents a flattened rOse cut surface and weighs exactly 101y carats Vanity Tickled During the early excesses of the French revolution a rubble of men and women were rioting in the streets of Paris Lafayette appeared 1 JIll ordered a young artillery dfttcer to open fire upon them with two cannon Time of llifi begged the general to let him try flrt to persuade them to withdraw- It Is useless to appeal to their rca son said the general Certainly answered the officer and it is not to their reason but to their vanity would appeal The ofllcer rode up to front of the mob doffed his cocked hut pointed to the guns and said Gentlemen will have kindness to retire for I am ordered to Shoot down the rabble The street was cleared at once for none could brook the Idea of being classed with the scum of flip city WliyJI Wnnnt IntprciiK il followlngstory Is told of a garrulous victim of the Johnstown flood of ISS vho when lie reached pandls ascinied a cloud that served within the pearly gntrs as n rostrum and tin dertook to thrill his Hew made qualntances among the shades with an account of disaster through which IlIh11rUpnlbmQizlaA mere bucketful bucketful the old fellow nljuil Dont waste so much time talking of tt small affair like thatJ Johnstown man resented this fThe up St Peter of whom he whoIsaid St Peter Why thats Noah A Cbnrch In Wales Wrexham parish church Is known as one of the Koveit wonders of Wales It Ci tcs as a structure from the fifteenth century and is catbearnlllke In its proportions A chained Bible now kept under dock and key is among the curl ous relics and beside it Is a handsome ly bound visitors book sent by the students of Yale university United States for the use of Yale students vis lUng the church In the churchyard the tombstone of Elihu Ynlewlth its qualht epltajih The soldiers chapel which is entered through an exqulslto arch has n beautiful memorial window to the Welsh fusllccrs who have fallen In battle Wont Stay Retained This notice appears on a Flushing steamboat Passengers should obtain a receipt for all provisions taken on board this boat and are requested to retain the same Easier said than doncl It reminds us of old Limerick There was a young man of Os Who said hed hold out till the tendI But when half way over From Oat end to Dover lie did what he didnt intend London Globe To Slow It Bingo BingoIm going to bring my wife round to call on you tonight Winterby Thats right butdo me a favor old main Dont let her wear her new dress I dont want my wife to see it Just now Bingo grimly Why thafs what we are coming for Znconragcment Miss Birdie stammered the young longerdisguisemustjave noticed my preferehce for your aoeIetyandhaye I said too much MIss Blrdloi Not yct1r Bashful replied MISs Jflypec encouragingly Chicago Trib une RteRiya1s KttrperTWell Id like to hiiw- whats the difference between a shop girl and a saleslady anyway Harper I give it up but the differ eaces between salesladies are some ae 1 Philadelphia PiessJ i r t s l WilY RUSSIA r P IST7 I DISTURBED jW llTbese are troublous times In the d minions of the czar Outbreaks agnlhs an established order of things art pit mcrous and arc becoming more ami more frequent They are assuming now forms and Involving flew factors amid utTering new menaces to the sys tfui which since tbe days of Peter has held grip the Muscovite millions In nirjonj Not only are the students and cdii jattd folks co cerned In the revojuilod ===ary movement which Is spreading It southern districts of the empire In EuroPe but time Industrial populsltloo uml oven the peasants are rising In fury against existing conditions Recently It Is reported 18000 peasants In Poltava anthKbarkovaroe In their might and sacked eighty estates The nrmy too is said to be Infected with the growing spirit of freedom can no longer bedcfiiMiiled on Some of the oiVsiks not long ago refused to obey orders against a mob and it is said tlHy had bren at the point of ret ott agnlnst M 0lpiigulii minister of ho Interior bff T lic was murdered Mcninvhilo minors of administrative reform conic from St Petersburg and it Is even said with a persistency that ivcs It si orhtl cayiliasls that the czar iiliusclf alarmed over the present state of affairs will shortly I ne ropcrlpt giving Russia a constinuon similar to the scheme for ndmlnlsratlyo reform Iniwn tIp by tIn late Oenerul Loris Mclikoff when he was ililstcr of interior arid which wa anctloiicd by HM late Czar Alexander 1 TIll revolutionary niovfiueni Is bwid Id by rontpiici nr intizjitloii known as tie Sonlal iNMsiocracy of Russia Its mRi iiiiu Ix imracicmi fly thai every SiieiHiist party In Europe This or imii iniis not to be ionfourdiU with Mie annrehlsts as SociallstP rlaiw here laud an anarchist thir ninkK Th anarchsts are ipposed to govern ment iy any form They opposed to parliaments voting and what thy imIi iiinjority rule whereas these art things the Socialists are flghting for The socialist system of universal eo operatioli based on principle of represeniiitlve government Is thei Koal hut fur present they want hose poMiiliir Institutions which till hIilixed nations in the world ctijoy as a matter of course Various Id nsis trOll to contribute to the unreal which existing In Itiixst or many years Iras miw jisKiimed nnte a nit Perlons jiluise tUe Hrsi ilaee the oveumietit if tin country til Kolute hecediary niona il tin ntlre leglslatlvp executive and judicial powers of whlcli art united In the czar whose will Is law administration of the empire Intrusted to tour groM hoards or coun OBLD DuES WcaJEL ells possessing separate functions barI each controlled by and supposed to be Iin touch with the sovereign These council of state the ruling areI the holy synod and the committee ministers For many years this sys tem of administration has been unpop ular with the muses who taught by German Socialists and other foreign agitators that their manhood rights were trampled upon and that they art just as much serfs now as before eman cipation have organized to a certain ex tent In a demand for not only a more lib ernl administration of local atTains b ltI for a national administration based up on the constitutions of such llmitd monarchies as Prussia and England These are the political causes of the existing discontent In Russia The ceo nomic causes arc also many For at least five years the harvests In Russia have been poor and last year and In 1000 the prevailing drought almost ruined the crops In the southeastern provinces and in those across Jau caslan mtinutalns The result was destitution amostflpprOachhng a famine eaSluttythean appropriation frpm the Imperial ex cbcqucr The distribution of relief was placed In the hands of parochial officIals hud It whs asserted that In stead of feilevlrig the needy these oil cials appropriated most of the money to their own Vise AnotJicj iatisc of popular discontent was tin 1rttltm Nit of the students ItheJ a i tested This finally led to riots In Sii Petersburg and ikToseotr when many were killed Thd peasantry tromwhomI many of the students spring sympa thlze with the latter and resent what they regard na the persecution of the government Russia has made great progress dur tag the last decade r two It has developed wonderfully aloii ecdnomlcar lines anti this development Is bound to find Its reflection Inlpolitics People have better chances of hearing what 1s gOlgon In other lands liowuIays Try na govermnoiut will UVaunot kttp the ppptUatlpu from contact with the current iii life lIU the iyjUzotl world at intel In the first place ihe number bf commQn people rtlio run read a get ting larger every day ill thev efforts tttbe jnithorUIes to the contrary not vlthKtVtndIng In tile second placs tin Invrensln Indust iaf rl rMor the country thrpwxlargprand limgirmasses of the vlllagfjjiopulatlon Into cltlos winre they quickly learn what Is going on 11 AmerIca for iiFrance England or stance All this has tile effect of wlfl cuIng the Itorlxon of the lower classes and opening their eyes to tilt fact that the nri4 llvjng under r regina wlileJi In other places has long since been dl com LUlSnORPF carded Still more Important Is the experience waich the masses get with the police In their struggle for better wages and more humane treatment at the hands of their employers The most significant feature of the situation Is the open sympathy which hundreds of army officers evince for new movement Without assist once from this quarter at least passive and moral little could be accomplished toward desired end With the moral If not the active support of the army anything Is possible In the way of poUticalreform Most of the strength of the Socialist organization is concentrated in till cit ies being mainly embodied In the tee tory population while the peasantry Is for the most part too Ignorant to ap predate the meaning of the agitation ex ppt In a crude way As arnfy Is largely made up of this element of the population there would be little hope for the movement were It uot for the tact tbat they are In constant con tact with the Socialists Tho thing Is in the air so that the soldiers more es pecially the officers Imbibe the Idea from the very atmosphere that sur rounds them The underground press of the new party is also very active Several ol the larger factory towns print revolutionary papers The police strain er nerve to discover printing of flees and occasionally succeed In al most every case however a new es tnbllshment takes the place of one detected within a few days after the raid The lending underground organ lis called The Spark uwlMiaH been com ing out regularly for netera months Thus It Is that there Lire many causes for spirit of revolution uow abroad In the czrtrff dominions Living Indelible Ink If the shellof the Purpnra lapillus bo ibrotkcn ther lK seen on the back Of the knnlmal just tinder the skin a slender whitish vein which eontnliiH n yellow liquor Whpn this liquor Is applied to linen with a small brush and exposed to the sun It becomes sueeesiilv lv green blue aud purple and flunKA sot ties Into a brilliant unchangeable crim son Housewives of New Eugland have growing abundantly on the sea side rocks In their neighborhood little living bottles of Indelible Ink Mt to be excelled In beauty or durablht by any manufactured product since neither acid nor alcohol will affect this juice of the whelk r InlnaIDK John John she said softly have you been saying anything about me to mother lately No replied John Why do you ask1Oeclluseshe said this mornlfig that sue believed you were on the vo of proposing to me Now do not wish you to speak to mother when you have anything of that kind to say Speak to me and Ill manage the business with mother And John said he wouldiTUt nib The Living Church quotes this fron a Connecticut womans diary dated Hnllerlmdon his forTT an1 said Here ladies Yes1Midmuch the same kind of critter p reiiis ResponsiDility Roman Architecture In architecture the ftomans Imitated1 the greeks and Imitated teih without grnn11rcircles in place ot the simple restful Jlines coursing horizontally around the building They raised col notblngslmplytor Blgjnlficmceof pregsjire they frdoiited the Bcnilclr cnlar arcb wulcty broke n4HhIa ture and th ilk jo solidity aud thus thetht ally tlruW the Itiijian style was removed to Ctmole the Byzantines rev elcd ch and cupola but without dcerr real object of the nrcbI UUWlht1Ier office concweightIsup port aud arches multiplied at caprice vth nothing to support London lab let He Reasoned Wrong IUs all knowing how to rearomiI t11IluaIin our state and was getting n good rent for them wTTen a congregationbuilt a church right on the line I reasoned It out that the place was spoiled and when I was offered threefifths of Its former value I mode haste to close the deal I patted myself on the back over that bit of good luck sAnd wasnt It good iuckT Not a bit of It Im a clean thou sand dollars out of pocket for reason ing hind end to The chap who bought my place bad twin babies a piano a fiddle and a barking dog and the con gregation hadnt occupied that church over four Sundays when it raised a purse and bought him out for twice the value of the pldce Boston Globe The Orantr Ontanar It is a most Interesting sight to watcb an oraug outang make its way through jungle It walks slowly along the larger branches In a semi erect attitude this being apparently caused by the length of its arms and the shortness of its legs It invariably selects those branches which intermin gle with those of a neighboring tree on approaching which it stretches out its long arms and grasping the boughs opposite seems first to shake them as If to test their strength and then del- Iberately swings itself across to the next branch which it walks along as before It dQCs not Jump orBprlng as monkeys usually do and never appears to hurry Itself unless some real danger appDrentlyISloW IAStroke of Business who was very Intimate with Frank B Stockton says that when the Stockton family lived in Bucks county Pa Frank and his brother had a dog which they trained sdlcly to hunt cats The brothers were overhauled one day by a farmer whose eat they were chas Ujg To placate the farmer they gave him a dollar for a pig which they took home By driving away their fathers pIgs at feedixjg time they soon made their own the fattest pig In the pen and SOld him at a profit of 7 FrnlcR Stockton always tons rrcd thiai a tribute to his business cicuuien fits Lawyers Fee A London workman having had a sum of money left him by the death of his father went to see his solicitor who bad the matter In band for a final settlement Who bill of costs having been presented to him the mini glanced over the figures and thinking charges were excessively heavy turned to his legal adviser and exclaimed lu aston iebment Ma father left his money to me not to ye EearsonB Weekly1 flow He Walked A sergeant drill Instructor was en deavoring tojnake clear to the recruits be was drilling the meaning of the word smartly He walked across the square in the man the word indicates Now men tell me how I wpikl One raw recruit almost paralyzed the sergeant by blurting out Bowlegged sexgeantBeglthent- Row It Happened Customer Look here You said that horse you sold me was fast DealerNo didnt You said your man drove the horse to Slopbury twenty miles and you went by train and the horse got there before you did Yes but I didnt start tfll two days after Two Clears Far a Quarter HoaxWhat do you mean by giving file cigar lIkOthIs What did you pay for i17 t Joax Two for a quarter Hoaxril bet you kept the twenty cent one Philadelphia Record Knew Where He Got Itr Doctor thoughtfully fear you have ome sort ot poison in your Bye tern PationtShodldnt wonder What was that last stun yOu gave mq The longer a wall argues to make a woman see the reason f a thing the surer she Is to trust her instinct about itNew York Press trychilatoparents it must look for health and- hqppiness row incon greatis responsibility and how important that LtMft ifcleft in the blood e helpless child entailing the most marking its little body with oflfeu se and throat weak eyes glandular idddeformity little sufferers and not reproach ery into the world If you have ow can you expect avell developed f lldforparents owe to posterity and made rnbl00dSoves every taint from the blood he general health If weaklings round you right time wrong by a course of S S Sat once It is in its effects and CMijtbetaketi any bad results s 11IlPJCCiriC CO Atlanta GtkI i fTleJUt I tJLI r AQENTS WANTE1 tawan I 5T1OPERDYe- at i IL CIeIdIW vN iaaimieaai c TIIIIJon t ake Pr 111slrCOGttifrit4t ac1oo ctnnot be secured until th Uver retrs enough bile to make InteiMs rCUt their natural functions Unriat i dbycathartlCS coipeis Itlnual and Increasing doses teita theresults t lhI 11Malaril4eII A t 1 ImlttlngFeversandbygothgtoth f ROTTLLj ftt iii AS 1IHQ11AANI1N1IAN TERJ Arebstrea4b theCo on if ji runs o fro M iliph I II chnNtim a a ci erieacb fr l iormake cIoseqnnec a j ferais iofTexsQ4ahSi V andimanTeffltory t If yon to n6od bpme in Texas where bljr crops1 nraised apd where pt oblo prosper 1write foracopjr of ouTlhandsome buolcleu tiomea In the Bouth a Camera free body who Is aoxloua to betteAr coodltloD jw 4E ILundSt Louia LIIway t ih J Homeseekers Exurslonas tAT ht j ItazXt I- LOWRATES t t iB j k TO THE ff ffkJI i WEST 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