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inducement Secure a schpol will agree to teach over the re qUired timet generally six inonths for the silma money The decision is a vetywiseone and if some one would discover a taeansto beak up the pra ticebE acme trustees selling out or play ing personal favorites in award iijfSchools regardless of the in fth patrons of suck oolsianother reform will have bee fritiaugurated j t EWt BOOKS Some new school books have been theioOlsof the old volumes which have beenhatided down from one gen i eration to another and from the lder to the younger child will edJforBush antrouhces in an address to trustees that the following books ave been adopted for exclusive se in the schools for five yeaI Altons Descriptive Speller Lc Whites Pirst Bookof Arithme tic 80 cts Whites New Complete Arithmetic 65 cts When thej 1a book is given iin exchange j for the new the speller will GtI14 cts the First Book of Arith Comp1eteArithmetic are cloth bound and must be sold by the dealers at the above prices 1MJlauguration JI maildelivery system in thisI 5unty and its operation to the patronsrEvidently be a matter of ethics nAlthough the matter has en fully explained and many false impressions concerning the system corrected there are still Mftrd many and curious bjooJ is to the new system Why iir sensible person shoulitse i4isly object to having a rural delivery route established in his iteighborhood is almost beyond og iprehension The most charitable construction to be putf certainJcitwens is that they have been dived by wilful misrepres- eni by persons with axes to riadti Proprietors of crossroad irores with a small post office at Ulfched are responsible for some SCvtie opposition although they reafly have no cause for opposiiInlgjithe system There fs one pointthat should be more genera alIr understood and which ought to stop someof the kicking andI that is that this rural delivery mail service is to be forced on jwbody A ci tizen is left enfelyto his own choice as to j wKen and how he shall receive hjgjimaill If a man is wedded to a chitrystore post office or to the Spriqgfield post office Ddc Irishes to continue to do his mall business at those places he has that privilege although the ruril mail carrier may pass with ten steps of his door The follow who protests against the rural delivery is either ignorant bejgbietitifufly with1n a4 to grind t IINOTHERII livery route has been prepared t1rt1 Mackville roadcrosses over lund returns to Springfield VIalthe Perryville pike This route yill be aBbtft twenty live miles long and iit Is said has more resideqts along it than any of the routes in the county S far as we have heard there has ben no protest against this route It is feared however that the applica goesdua little late as Washing ton county has already recehfed attention in that line y WAITED We would like toask through tbecoluitns ot your paper if there is any person who nas used Greans August Flower for tne cu ofJEndlgestlob Dyepep sia and Liver troubles that has not been cured ana We also mean tneir results such as SOUI4 stomach fermentation of foodi i habitualI costlvenesslnervous dyspepsia headache despond feelings sleeplessness in fact any trouble connected with the stomach or livr This medicine has been sold lot years ioC all v civlllved countries and we wish to Correspond with you and send you one of our books free of cost Jlf you nevertried August Flower try one bottle first We have never knovn of itsI tiling Iss0i something more erlous is the matter with you Ask your oldest druggists 4 Makes Weak Women StronAtIhavetaken your Remicks Pepsins Blood Tonic 1 know it to be the bast tonic ever usedI It will make every weak woman strong 1 cannot praise It enough Mrs O D Pickering Joey Ill For sale by Haydn FARI FOR SALEI 4 will at the Court House door ii Springfield on MONDAY AT25th It being County Court Dayoffar for sale to the highest bidder the farm known as the Kelty i AmI lpringfieldturnpike 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 fencesTerms One half cash the bal ance to be paid in one two and three years Lien notes bearing six per cent interest from date will be required to secure the de ferred payments For further particulars addressF KUBISEL 2513 dane Run Road Louisville Ky ry false dates The proprietors of Foleys Houey sureicureJorclaim it will cure this dread complaint iJn advanced cases but do poeitively assert iwill Ute in the earlier stages and never fails to give comfort and FoleytlIthroat and lung remedy Reiuz substitute tl Sold by C J Haydon Corn In Nelson The prgcpects in Nelson coun ty for a large corn and oats crop were never more favorable until the past ten days The recent heavy rains and wind have coined a change to some extent in the conditions We are informed that consid erable damage to corn on the Salt river bottom farms Oats have also suffered much In the northeast portipn of the county wheat generally is almost a althongh there a few good crops In the western end I of Nelson wheat will make a better acreage when the quality of land is taken into considera tion Among those who have fine Grigsbymond John Briggs BltBrown and son and Mrs Tom Gfreer These parties all live iin the Stringtown and Bloomfield neighborbo6dsM5tandard Twti totttat timt mm 1 was troubled wish kidney corn pialht for about two years writes A H iLvfs of Mt Sterling Ja but two bo tka of Foleys Kidney Cure effect byY 44TQ r r l U I RevW T Overstreet of Perryville and AJiss Adelinp Briggsof Shelby cntqrmarriedr apt home pf fl1fbrides fattier Major At Briggs in Shelby county on last Monday The wedding wai a quiet home one only the rela tives and a few close friends of of the bride and groom present The handsome o of Major Briggs was ingI decorated for the occasion colors being white and J The pretty little niece ftheIbride Martha McDowell flower girl and the brides sisttMiss Lily andMr iBiSsetti the attendants Th cejcemonyl was performed by RevrsD Mj Streets and after the marriage an elegant wedding breakfast was served Mr and Mrs Over street left immediately after thetbreakfast for an extended rii trip Mr Overstreet a Mercer r county boy and was graduated at Center College jin 1882 He is one of the brightest aridmost promising ministers in his church and is at present pastor atiPerryvillecharming beautiful young wo s man and was one of the most f popular rof Shelby countys daughters The host of friends of the young couple all over the State will join in wishing 1IJall thd happiness they so richly o deserve Harrodsburg Democrat Ills This We offer One Hundred Dollars Bewanl lot any case of Oatairh that cannot be caied by Halls Catorrh C are RJ CHENEY d CO PrupsToleooO We the undersigned have kfaown E J Cheney for the last 15 yearsTnd blieve him perfoctly honotable in afl bus Incas transactions ana finUnelaily able to JtheirWEST A TrcJAXk Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 WAIBINQ KIHMAM k MAnyiNi Wljole sale Druggists Toledo 0tHalls Catarrh Cure is f rn mv acting directly upon the blood and inu cons surfaces of the system Price 75c per bottle Testimonials tent free Sold hy sl DruCIPIU SS Halls Family Pills are the bet l Acts IImasdialely- Colds are sometimes more trouble Bomeih summer thanjiu winter iits so bwhileMinute Cough Cure cures at once Absolutely safe Actr i nlciediate ly Sure cure for coughs colds cjronp and throat and lung troubles Well Trained tPetef hay on his farm in Shaker ndIJ one day last week and driving bis well traiued mule to the rakes when uncovered a nest of bumble t bees They rose enmasse BndII pounced upon him many of thetlancet armed warriors getting through his open shirt front and popping his person at such a rate that he lit off the machipe and than out pf his shirt His faithful mule seeing and realizing his painful predicament nipped jly off a wisp of hay in his moujh went to his assistance and brush L ed oft and routed the bees Farm bl mer Anderson who lives on Mc Gary eys place witnessed and e vouched for tho trutn of this in l cidentHarrodsburg Democrnt e U1 dIAs a trapeze performer U greater tkaa a mans Sherntit have a aiano courage and a mans miucle tbiiucceediBut she must also work under condition of Ma danbe attributed to the suddea- weaknei3 to which ail women are abject at car tain times Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription Meals the womanly dtseses whic aueweak ness It estab unties regalwr ity dries weakehfigdraIskiii draIskiiiia4tIoa aidalcMlofl lad cures feraale weakness It makes Itweak wosea strongr and sick women well With pleiittfe I write today in of Dr toai h5 M wwart1Idwould hive to sit sad then I would have ne17IaeiJ Ia flaardJfeI aid sow can do y boseework sad kelp t exJIRII1MWeak aad sick women are iav tedtb t1tt Dr ttiene by letterfrH AU correspoadeade a held uitrictly private 1ItDr Pierces CoBuaoa Sease Medical IIdIr aslilagiONpclothboundstathpsy fortluebookinpspercoyersDr t T MlJI fIINMfleftI tfither vKllis Sisters Husband neaf MafrtlsNri Harrodsburg Ky July 4 A fight to the death occiired early this afternjbpn on the farm of Mr W W Stephenson five miles Burgin1William towards his wife Boss took his sisters causedtbeIIithester in his right band and grabbed Boss round his neck with hisieft arm frs Sargent caught hisl arm that held the gun osssbackas towards his ad versary Boss drewafortytiour calibre bulldog rev lveirand thrusting It under his left jarm eriched aroUnd With his weapOn and fired four time inrapid sue cessibn Sargent fell from JIJmj deadI jj3pss then picked up hiahal ani went this home a short distance frota Burgin and was le fcptning tD Burgip to give him lf up when he met Sheriff eorge Chinni jind Magistrate Red Goddatd coming after Mm and he surrehdered to them Sheriff Chinn brought hun here amdjplaced him in jail about 7 clock p m This isBoss s own version as detailed by him in his cell to night by the Courier Journal corre spvndant VCoronered from holding the inquest This is the fifth inquest heldir4 Mercer since last Monday mornv ing The only witness to the killing were Mrs Sargent and two of her children twelve andlourteen years of age The brotherin law had been ou friendly terms with Boss cording to the lat rs statement until the fight sprung up SaVed a em HS LWe T have given up would have meant death to Mrs Lola Crapg of Dorchester Mass For years she had endured nntold misery from a severs Ittujf trou le aud obstinate cough Often ybteathespeak All doctors and rows dies failed till I usedDr XibgV New Discovery for consumption ndwas completely cured Sufferers from Cougns Cods Lung nd throat troubles need this grand remndy for it never dis Cn rais guaranteed by C J Hajdcn drug store Price 50c and 100 Triall bottle ree Petwihtf The system It Is through the bowels that Ibe body is cleauscd of impurities Con ctipation kcepsthese poisona in tJsystem Causing headacne dullness and melancholia at first then nnsfeht eruption aud finally serioo illttess unless a remedy is applied DeWitts ittle Early Risers pre rent this trQU lc by stimulating the liver and pro ote easy healthy action of the tow ia These litile pills do not act vio lently but by ttcngtacnlng the bwi- a enable them to perform their twn vork Never gripe or distress HSJ on Robertson be banon l ecalsE- rpmihe Enterprise fr P 0 Clearer sad yester ay to an Enterprise man that hfH expected to begm building his hojtel iiu this city within the next three weeks rpartyIfjr J j sweat bpxaturday night The party was composed of about a dozen colored men They were t put on the rock pile Monday morning Vials Spalding who recently purchased the cigar business of Tet nelly Bbldrick has sold out to his brother Joe Spaldrng and CQ rl Cleaver of Springfield ho wUFriillvetheirplanUrom thet 1ttMr q to Lebauo iTbesie young e ptir3esrving awl t riends wish theia urnMeeerg RSlickilI2uisda 6O whwhtb4y 11111 tarC angisgero eror IshlppedI Bridgewater shipped on load and Saunders Co shippedtwo These lamhs were bought in Marion county for the most par atr prices ranging from 5 5i cents H Grinstead Co have moved into their new building Mr Grinstead say sihe1 will begin packing poultry for the trade an early date t Eggs and poultry are higner now than they have been in years and farJerswo1P make no mistake by jglyhig k little closer attention to Ute poultry trade Next winter till kinds of poultry audits product the prospects are will be9utol sight and tha farmer wlbo Jba ri good suppjj on band wjii not rg gret it Mr Gcmstead says the trade hero has nearly doubled withIn a yeal and tbtts1nc Q tuary tie has distributed four points Springfield1 Cauipbetls Ville Greenrburg arid Lebanon where he buys pobltry tJcri about 40000 and still the de mand is mucfilgreatr than the supply a OAUTIOh This is nob a gentle word btf when you think how liable you are not toipurcbase1for75 cents the only remedy universally andaramedy that has hadtbe- largestsaleofI any medlcinetp t wqrldsince 1868fbs the cure and treatment of consumption and Throatand Lung troubles without losing its great popu larity all these years you will be thankful we called your atlention to Boschees German Syrup There are PO many or dinary cough remidiesjnade by druggists audHQthers that are cheap and good for light colds perhaps bat for severe Coughs Bronchitis Croup and especially fof Consumption where there iis difficult expectoration and pough ing during the nights and morn lug there is nothing like 3r- man Syrup Sold by alkdrug gists in the civilized worldr G G Greet TTbodonry N J ITa BU te And say ottiec salve ointment lotioboil or alleged healer 195 good as Buoklins ArnfcaSlveLtell lthirtyI year BPH 01tmavelouaiifofPi1eFekmis User OitSVk3calds4 J3ruiies and skin Br4pjLIonprjpveits the beat and joheapest 25cat OJ Haydons dJnj store j Horse Thrives Our marshalsMr Punu has branched out into detective work on his own hook and a few day ago made a rich catch He had iscedved information that ahorse and sprrey had been stolen from a party in Louisville for which a reward of twenty five dollars was offered He kept a sharp lookout and along about night got wind that two strange ne- groes were seen driving in a su- rey near the pike crossing at Allen Edelens place He pro ceeded there and after seeing the was satisfied that tftay were the right parties and he placed them under arrest fie drove them through to Loiusville turned them over to the jailer delivered the horse and carriage to iU proper owner and received his reward Tuesday he attend ed the eraooihing trial in Louis yille and they were held over and sent to jaiL There is no doubt about their conviction and IfMr Dunns reward will be one Ihundred dollars for capturing them Burgin iLetter YourHairt jjtyears age mf hair was Tl ffalling Hk badlyr I cIl we a i IMttlt eI AysHsIr iyiger and i I 1MB ffcalr a4 ffed caIngist- MissI I MiBBlpHoeveri Paris III 1 Perhaps youc4nofier had thin hair but that is no reason why you must go through life With haf- arvThair If ywant fjflong Aicfc hair fMd if il with Ays HaIrNfjor- jtndimtk It richi dark ndlayyVJ I JMs Wk Jmi a w It veer aruiKc spi t lend as em dIDar sad we wa mpm- t boltil Be aIIdT5 OJOWtq o5Oe t JCA QLcnrtU 1 i or tI IWE II IIOfeeliicM uISs t Clements fu Nels Dttrts the llocal storm list Sat urday eyeaing a portion of Net aon conaty wats visited by a baby cycjfbne that did considerable damage while ft lasted The itwister desceaded t terra firma southwest the city jenttbng path85Oyards wide ad yei jngia couple of miles before ii again lifted above the tree tops and while it lasted mixed things up naser191PmJu ner r George JHbw rd Llliving about three miles south west of the city suffered post as he was in tflffdirect1atitot the storm His crib was torn ddwk and scattered over the 111 timid tbfootof his uggysh4 wad blows ftJt and qarfied quite a distance The wind then bfew his phaetbH 5at intb the yard practically niBgl it v 4Vlathe narrow territory atfeci eby the wind Kali tbe fences wertblOth dQ wnjand corn and otrinwashaidflat Mr BoiVard arpag Js t mat64at- abQutf50 4 tornado Strnck the upper part of NfilMwi and Spencer cortnties in the Chapflri ana the Walkefield viciiiife last Stir day Mr J CWlimsSOuS6- was torn and damaged onsider abfy Mr s Williams says bfe house rocked like acrjtdla and he felt surt would be swept away An apple tie in the yard was torn up by the xdots and it laud ed lone aiHe Iromthitpuse SeA eral trees werg blown np and fell across ihe Bouse Many other houses barns and te1lc8 were badly damajei t Lightning sijr lick Mr Hiram McClaskey residence and ttore the ibarn of Mr Beam on one side iisplin ersaFarmers are distressed abjiraCl the corri aid wheat being badlybiown down Old citizens say they haveeen nothing to eqjaal the storms jof the past ten days Stjandirdj jreetymr If maHS When you are suffering from then matism the kidnev must bQattonddd to t oncesd that thjey KilL elimiDate ib nric acidfrem the blood FoleVB Kitfney Cure is trie mbst effeCtfve remady ior this fpurpose R T Hopi kias of Polar Wis4aystAfteruu ecssfully doctoring three years for ntu atismrittiCa Foleys Kidney Cure and it cured me cannot speak too highly of jthisj great medicine Sold by WoodBobertson Drug Cto Otratt trY tkls Whenever in honest trial is given to Electric Bittersl for tiny trouble it isirec immeBded for a permanent cdrftj will sure be affected It tiejyejr ffails to tone tbestomuch regulate the kid neys and bowels stimulate tie live irivigorat the neryes and purify the bioodi Usa woaderfti tonic for run fdown systems Eitectrio Bitter ipositively cures Kidney and Liver Troubles Stomache Disorders Nervousness SeeplessnesSii RDeumatism Neuralgia and expel Malaria Satisfaction f guaranteed by 0JHaydon Qnly 60cejts i Kentucky Fair LXe BichmgndJulyI44OV Georgetown July 2226 iDanvijle August 5 8 iDv iiigton August 11IQ ShephflrdRville August 192 Lawrencebiirg 1922V Maysville August 20S3 ShelbyYillei August 2uV29 London August 2759 Florence AtigUst 2J7 0 GepaanfoTOr August 278kit Bardstown September 2 Cjj Elizibethtpwn September 912 Sprin ieldi September 103 3 Glasgow Spember36- Ewing4efnberii1B Horse Cove September 1720 svrno Septemb227V 35rtifo5d October 14 6 Nest Mrskslp Often the overtaxed orga of digestion cry out for help Dyspepsias pains NausDI n3HeiachesiYerr conoplminM towel disorders SuchtrouW cIHlor prpffl t us of Dr King Hew Life Pillf They are gentle thorough ant guarateedtd cure 2 cat OJ Haydon drug store r t- N t NG t r Keii ucfcy fjffaIrVLouisville Ky June al902 The executive C6mBiitteof the KentuckY State Pair attt nouuces tbt classificationsi Jve been open od for the din nt breeas of cattle sfaeep a dio f and offer3ng a premiua list eqHl in Jtil respects to tboseotrbyt- htgregStateFaits of Itedi4s Illinois and Ohio and in the case of aBppthorn CatUe surpassingi the jviamiupst oftered at any State Fair lathe United States exc pfcMinnesata which State iitbi home of IlieAaerlCS Shorthorn J3reeders Ascpatiomi The breeds of isttl li1tswiJae aud sheep reeogsjzei with the respeciivre Pre ii IIUI ire vrXOI lows i Beef Cattle hortJ12000 one hif of wkick ed Jby the Kentucky Fair Aseo CitiAaocd ODe halihy tAm ericaa Jbhorthora Breedars rAssocit59n5 Herefords fWO t f wbCchiu dulitl300 Is giyesTby the Hereford Awoelatiqa Aber deen Angus fodO G lldways fSOOr Red Pols 25Q iolJic1 DnxhaQl65Q r DsWT Breeds Jerseys t800 HolsWMis250 Gurnseys 1250 AyrShire423O Dutcfr Belted 160 For Swine Berkshlres laOQ Fotend Chinas 38ft DgrGc ill ssyi 1800 Chester wlti2Victor 1100 Thin RimdrQi Tamwortb For Sheep Shrdpihiree J150 Soutbdowus 1M Oxford Do w s Htl100lI t- MeriDO 100 Deii e MS1io1V 100 B mbowjlietlQO Chenotv woo jFOthorses afrebate presiiaBfls ot 4000arOiered Heavy horsesFrench Drift alliEn J man Coach Cle elawi By Hack ney I Tjiornt horses foa 4iiers Carriage hors llt Gi r8 jl4 horses pdhiesTigtfi Ji i horses v f tFor mules andjckSPj iiiMlil 4 ofS500are offered Msrwas5epskkmy My m other suXercd a 1of tze from astressinfir pains a ft t rat health due priaierily to iaaifestiOH SPaIdiDKveraaXirlyears wants remarking thatifee testis v bad cffects as she has her balttle Kodol handy Doat waste uN des jtoriag symptom Goaffteth Ifyour stomach Issosd yjstr hi4 It yrlll be good Koo rsfbs r Mimi ach and ttetiastM be esUnr yptu feod It Is mat fwan- 1c Rhyda asd Zehirtee Ii r1 A Summer Trip Uarpassed on Ih4 CsMtfMiH The tripLe8jtLak C1tyo- stthe pacil ec est YItIjovertheayer rj Grims 1 wt1flthemostk NGEuropsaato7 can compare with ifcrn wwjJofs- cenery of wtilthi at noqsj I Jt test Tjiea SltLs- elf ea tlis JoAjiisint ams- iesqn f acti welll od Jouru Siman tapocttabeecftcle tithing sMe church iestttaboes iei ho nil catj1iits J heRreses1 sail j ciiSftftte and its One SalIJiaidesoir UMfl aesr tha W i P iil- rebutsfsw fsMres of IWt r4ae Citys XHisIl w iraosJosj4i Theire are parks invee esies ndJlxiufciful outjyiay moMit iee and kk resostt4 lIi iou ca kjtuh lh vaesr toilf ivbo l ss levd eal te t Sfcs wWrlawhlchSInquireof f r low IourlVaeCftj Orw 1orL1om adsyILake City tW 01ltlV of th SIfttW to sk Hooper irsoerslpusen- ger agent Draver Colorado iLt t A LV 1i msthssIliwln 91 r JjLIIZD V11BYTJtaM AY f tAYEAR IN ADVANCE j SPRINGFIELD KY r L AV1SON Jr i1jJif 1 JDIfj j3LsXZB f t MtocaL or bv taes notices 10 CM Peti trtlitrtiKuertiOD aiid5 st8 vt lifI ck subscqnentInsert6fl sjj fg CIU30fl candLdatcs aDd political mattert oeBB perUse f Jotorkls d ae at low rates bteasli iwusr be paid on delivery orCoodsr al1rTtlsWlgc oatZc1ade onitbore t4Ir vr and resolutions of rwpect a juttoMlwl tilts per line c N1orNcagxNT i50ap te5 mTJ 8 ylIcer J 5Ce DstrItOCC3 l WUD JULY 3j 19Oy= Jlt Jt For Cfrcutt ClerJtJJ 4 0 W br mmthorized to annptnce t1 BIeOf U FrBOSLEY a9 a canflldate for the office fOlerk Jrthe l Washington Circuit Court Kbjectto the action of the Demo ratio party jJj committee for this 3e r tfictatt Campbellsvillelast wee it was decided to take no action atall during this year towards calling a primary br convention Itcandidates foriCircuit Judge and COmmonwealths Attorney This seems to be a very wise conclu 7 iori This thing of candidates j c9 ingout two or three yeats before the election is a practice i calculated to wear out the pa iierice of any long suffering pub sIlo to say nothing of the andiJi i dates themselves Ml England will now renew the preperations for the Kings c coronation which willoccur wt1 n a month The scheduling of thecoronation before the middle oi August was due to his 1 insistence fmajestys personal His physicians first opposed t theplan but yielded and now i aC1tno ledge King Edwards wisdom on this point The latest report llast night wasv that the i mIin no way retarded Foleya Kidney Cure purifies th blooo by pTraiuing out impurities anatones up the whole system Cures kidney and bladder trouble For sale byWood RobensonDrnB Co i LETTER LIST il r List of letters jremaining tinr called for iin tfie ISpflngfield fy Potoffice Tor the week enuilg Jqly 10 1902 I t JiliP3 Susie Bond 4ii LoI BI II P HW tic l i lin fI H t J TA 4u j J3LM 11 Ii II riiCH Mi SiiIi j H rL NaUv AVuuam C NeBdraai l hWHRyr rtr J Wrn SUlhprland MillpQ Wilson l When calling for these letters I pfeasosy Advertised W A Waters P M have kid occulon to use yow SUckDrw vtSidck nd PoateyMcdl dM 1M am pleased te MV that never 1Ift anylhl for stodt thatYVt half as Seo4 uUsfzctlon heartily rtcoro nend H teaH owners of stock Jf 1 BELSHER St loulsMe Sick stock or poultry should not eat cheap stock food anymore tkak sick persons should expect to beocotred by food When your s and poultryare sick give them med icine Dont stuff them with worth 1danimal will be cured if it be possi lAo StockdbOwels and stirs up the torpid liver It cures every malady of stock ili tCM1rJMedicine wjd ilwillpaj fQf itself tea tiover Iloreeswdrkbetter Cows give more milk Hogs gain Mesh VA1ttUoMem of making as and energy as J j tile knulteet amount muchbJooi1j iaeaB1a can from j l r I 1 I W W r J 4iia 4 i i vw wvv Mews from The County t HappR1nAJths Gjity P4pI i i 1 il1 nnStSas RepOrted by our Correspoiicleiif nnnn si T 7 TatthgTsrIn2s Mr Luke Johnson is on the sl clkiist Botntottbewifeof Markbf3d- t m 1JohnaysvisiMJoco1 Sn tder a df1Jl i1 l tiday Valois Pinkstod pllonhis best girl at Wiliisburg Sunday U L Scoft and family vtefriends at Mackville last week Mrs Frona Durr isisiiin relatives at Cardwell this week Robert Vorhees of COrnis- ule visited friends here Sunday Mrs Thompkins this city low at this writing with heart trouble eMr J D Keeling and wife vi sited Mr G W Kay and family Sunday s Mrs Mary Hedger is affiicte- dIwith paralysis and is very low this writing jMr and Mrs Meril church at Greens Cha- ll last Sunday lRev Somers preached to a attentive audience a Rock B ridge Sunday nightI Rev Smmp preached at the ependent School house la Sunday morning ITbe recent heavy rains d much damage to land and grow ing crpps in this section Henry White and wife visi ted Mr Bradford Breeding ana family of near Polin Saturday Rev Couch of Mackvil- reachedp to a large audience at Fairview Supday morning and night Mrs Maggiei Satterly died last week of consumption Remains were interred in Rockbridge aihMr W NKeeling sold a hunoh- of cattle to Graham Trent last- week atd bought 18 head of yearling cattle of George Snider for 19 per head I forest View Uncle Ed Smith is expected to die at any time AuntEmily OBryan is very uch improved of her loug suf ferring to the delight of her good neighbor The young people report quite pleasant time at the beautiful home of BbBert Orkies last Friday night Miss Mary B and Jessie Car- rico and brother will entertain a large number of young folks to night July 8 Garland Hamilton killed a Very large crane one day last week Tcey are quite a show young people Tney have bec come scarce oflate Jim Gregory who fell and dis whilerepuiriCgllfa st w kis improving Hi is tit Irs Maj lenessys ticnrSciei Hall j1Juiie of iheIurgesi crowds at wasII Rose th ius Ireji there long while The occat ion was the burial tlf Mr Joe Medt near IorEttu Aeadamy He iatl u ostofwarii friends in this arid Marion county who deeply feel Ills loss a a guoIiiiiighh ir friend and IbIIIIIiI JjFletche CUrriun sjulillns hisl prancing S eeileiry Ob uldll and speeds over tile lalollIiIIO to Bean Town We do not knoA the attraction there bu e know there ire sevftrnl charm lug young Kiies over there louki out FletcnW we have hearduf one fellow being fistsni up in u chicken house und have to pa several pout ds of cundy to gell outIAs Wili Smith was returniu home a few evenings ago fro- pringIieIdwheu m near the r jdetl i e or J E Smith tho horsej frigiitsnd ran off upsettinir buggy and tearing the top were two small children i the buggy with him at the time and they were found in the top the buggy after tbewr The vehicle was demolished and Will was somewhat hurt but n eripusly The children were hurtslightiv vi 0 a l1li MQORESVILLE p Vl4v Tobacco crops are iOQlt- ery promising j Barn onJnlY4to the wife 1Thosr Reed a 10lb girl Ed B Boblct is conflned o his room with rheumatism uuvuu uvv Mrs Susie Jootley sold a bayl g idingto Jessie Mann for 106v About thirty went to Louis viUeon theexcuraion Sunday Miss 1 ettie jReed of Woodlawn visited Miss Pearl Lynch last b week i Dame Rumor says we are sure to have another wedding soon Guess who dby1this horl orottopiow WAis tobacco barn erected JasJMoore is the contractor i1Croake Goodlett commenced threshing wheat last Monday It is turning out very wen Quite a largg crowd was out to at hear Bfor Burns preach The next meting ht New Hope wiT tnHpRichard Tr nt and RichardiI Wanter Wells and Claud Cheatham of Wiliisburg Ed Scott and Olel Hardestydf Polin were in our St 1issMiss Dessie Weakley went to aidan Oculist concerning one other eyes He says the sight is very much impaired and probably she will lose one eye if notboth We hope she will recover and not lose the sight of either leCwere returning from church Sunday and when at the Moores ville pond the horse became unmanageable nearly upsetting the buggy Little Hazel their iinfant was thrown in the water rid nearly drowned It took several hours to bring her all right lckvillo J T Watts sold a bunch of hAt pound hogs to Perry Baker 8t cents John Hyatt sold a bunch offfc 200 pound hogs to Peters Co at 6 14 cents Dr A M Sheilds bought o- flEd Britton 36 stock ewes and 15 lambs for 100 Walter Rayborne bought a combined two year old filly l Dick Graves for 85 ofI Charlie Wright who has been in Emerado Dakota some time nfarming has returned home Tea Baker bought a 150 pound sow and two 69 pound shoats each of Al Gardener at 5 cents Rev 9M Humphrey andI tojothers are attending the Holmes campiueoting at Wilmo e which is now iri progres Rev C J Nugent of ililburg conduced quarterly HllrodsE mattt mjf at he ittliIit li v oni Saturday and SllmlIYriGeorge Warren bought a farm of 110 acres at Prryvillt of Mil ton Jones at 4750ijiM iien PoIIIsession given PttiiIltr H A thluiJ jjyhl It uunch of 110 pound liogi of J W Ilil ofIr ton at 6t cents also bought nfc Harry Riley j bbls of at ItIIt Reuben I3o torn tlJa bunch I off 133 ounJ uiotrs to P MHCS I Co at 01 2 cents A so s Illu nice uiilch cow to Bob Wilson isayMackville and Texiv playedI Salldod ay evenijg which resulted in aII victory for our town the at standing Iff to 6 p D H ivJatherly soli bunch of 75 pound lambs to Peter t Co ivS1us that the rain and wind damJ a ged him and his neighbors coii siderably by washing away much soil and breaking down cornaDied on the 29th at his homeD iin town Seath Muyes iu hisI consumpoffa erinfollowing day at the Christian church in town bv Rev Couch rck9 were interred in Pelerjs 4iota t UIj5I VI i tJJ Born tbMrnVilton Taylor on 1uly1i a jtojfVJift flgMrs M gSatterlydieT the PicesQhaliciiptw a The public SChoO1iAtIndponISt IS TktaggiILghtlyi 1 JVVVUV U 5 shebeable to teach the young American hqw togo nd in the waythe ouldgo The Fourth pf July was not cO memmoraOd to tn treat ei greatIi ofa6andwhose enthusiasm had greatly abated a3 the years have go pel It looks to one who holds e Vr close to the ground treat t Democratic nominee for Govern will be C C McChord or J BeckhamJ that theI publican ticket will be headed ohn W Yerkes the gilt edged gentleman OR Wm 0 Bradle Ione of the best platform speakers Iof Kentucky There has been much going the rounds of late condemnatory to sanctification but if you com pare tha sermons of Kentuckys two great s divines Godby and C Morrisa with those who teach a sinning religion there would bets much difference as there is between Paradise and Rurgatoryi BrolherlCouch is conducting a rotracted meeting at FairviPw nd Bra JC Johnson and w lie- ssisteda by Miss Rose Yowill the organist is conducting a se lesi of meetings at Gleans Chapel Rev Terrell will begin a protracted meeting at Pricas Chapel the first of August as sfste by Rev Pike It has beer customary for vounggents to coua the girls out there iP a crop on the market now hoseem to be courting the court They are those who for fear of losing their equalib ri urn comb their hair in the middle llook to be full 10 1 2 hands high and make tbc selves obnoxious to good citizens atchui chw and other public plutas Now if they continue to act o they are sure to make a match Mr T StM aye is the legal presidi rider for lthis criminal circuit hnd very proficient in flo dis mhargeHawkers will spend their Honey noon m the Springfield jaila POLIN Mrs Grffbins of Maple Hill is quite sick Also Mrs George Grigsby Little Stanley Hardesty pf this placeis with his brother Charlie Louisville Evan Crow wife and little Theo spent Sunday with his parents at this place Mis Bessie Hardesty is ma k lu hegt home of her brother Tom of your town James Gordon of Tathi ian Springs is conducting a singing school at Polin schoolVuse with large attendance Barber O ucii tnul wife Rue Gray wife and littl Oscar spent pleasant day with the family of IL J jjrouch Sunday cSathriiyGordon court at Polin see Ist on the locket cul ling t1r sOJUeof town this attorneys from yc r Lndrrs Robertson fvLouisville are th guexts of i wl1Robertson having consumption snaking country itmosphere Zack Crow was in your town to learn something ofj lost coit of whiclihelearned IliaFleasurement in the Bertlm Having Clo NEWSLEADERI our estimable paper each giving the wrong date knowing the facts will vrite them She died little past 8 oclock Tuesday morniir the 28th of Jun Was ot seriously ill over 24 hours She ws a lovely lovable young woman j They were a young ouple but perfectly devoted to rtninlyhMay her death be the nieans of javn him qseto his a iour iiwhom shruste is h t the wrjr tIN d was In l otiisl flusinesol Ban cia tIo fJ g e el1 t lln leyry towi auluA- 8110 ati village tTr y behad ij thefkMica Axle Grease that makes your horses glad r I Miss Rossie Thomas is with Maplehew 91c Miss Willie Pouiter oneOf oungtlthisbyp i Hyand Eva Sutherland Miss Edith Couch at MackvilleI next week Little Miss Martha Hays has returned to her home in Bards stown after a pleasant visit to her grandparents 0 Mis Will Roby gave a par Mouday night in honor of htyI guests the little Misses FaucE Bardstown adMissArtieLauraBee McGrinnis of Law rchenceburgsummer with Mrs J M Snider Misses Lylis Pulliam of this iplaceand Theo Pulliam of Lou iisville continue the guests the Misses Neale of Fairfiel Mrs R P Sutt of Louisvil I after a delightful visit to her sisters Mesdames J 0and R neM Neale has returned homech Mrs D B Sutherland enter tained at luncheon Tuesda Those present w fe JDr T W Bedford ndwife of Owensbbro thMrsdaughters Misses Mildred and IMary Willis of this placeninThe childrens day services hicb were held in thc MethoE i croistwas quite a success The recita ion by Miss Smith of Louisville crsUSFawcett of Bardstown were the atures Both showed greatMa and excellent trainingTMr and Mrs D B Sutherland re entertaining a house party as at their beautiful country home onRiverSideWillie Pouiter of Bardstown Those present are Misses Lillian Murphy Ada Iuncan Anna Pulliain Eva Sutherland Chap li toiiRobert and Jumps Sutherland aloBrightinTeacherloiii10make a million maSobnnleC tohlcngoImSomeand others nfeet t maheir183FIitmeanest nod most bitter Iii the KOirld Atchison Glob of iinsrii 1 Sritleuce sir A Cltvolni Liwjrr til the follow to ing story of mi ilrUfliiIii nindo hy a r ural liarristir IHfuiv u Justice in a Mr country coint Ohio Till case was one ItrwhIHi UK plaintiff Kought to rnevovr limiuH from a railroad com for the billing of cow During bon 11tbe course of his arguuiciit the coun erryISOrt s flohould thffltslt should have been blow both of hich they did neither the cow would you not have betS injured when she was like killed Head va YI 1Iy ache The Clil 1en Sick headache nervous head ache tired headache neuralgic V sno headache catarrhal headache the headache front excitement inIDIfact headaches of all kinds aresit wltquicklyDR MILESfl bitPanAlso rieallneura1a iciatka rheumatic also Wepainspr Miles Pain Pllli are worth their wclghtjn JollAy Mr WD Krea mer xarcqrdof A kinjuCitv Ken They vnen nothlg else would nor Dr Miles Pain Pills driro ojroy pain sail by mtcic Iamny xriu out isqpply ind thlnkcveryono shoc1dkipthemieady Oc or two twUlprcventltclas JUDto Jortspx Chic so 111 Through thcfruthotandt oll people have been enabled toit t nd social and jrcligiow fun Atlk ion j JraGlcciijoyamuicmcrS1beI etc vith comfort Aaaprcvcnt rvei when taLtn ron tho p proach ola recurring attack fhey are excellent ear hll12J4Ct MilM HM CoEJkhrtlncl rw J ar 7 i PUijj ViVi i ViVi i Vi iWiwi ii ViWnli 4 l frTI I I ci Hqj t t teL U hJ i I e r 41 I J fQ a W i Call a lje a r IE Wr t r II1Jts lIpII L1 11 4 3 1f ii f1itIis near IS we have grass seeds of all dSv CI M We Se it ts 7 t JI I A t t OF- BELLS A Co tom that Date Back to the IlelKn of CJanrJ mdADtI3elli Svvjre solemnly baptized like il reii a custom which is stHLcx tant In till Roman churqh This Is probably not a primitive lpractice andt bo traced further hack than tho reign of diiricunngiio It Is first dls ptvo owii name to tiu reat bell of the Lateran e to be observed First of nil the bells must hoist r hung that the bishop may be Able to walk urotl num be has anted afew pslius In ajow voice he mingles rntir mId salt and conse i holy oil des riK s on it the flgure of e cross pniylng the while thatirhen e Ifoll Is 8wni cp and sounded faith ond charity may abound among men- the SnarlS of the devilbali light g winds Rtcrpis may be rendered vain and nil unseasonable weather be ftened After he has wiped off that ss of till from the rim Tic forms seven other crosses on It but only one of them within The bell Is censed more psalms are to be sung and pray put up for Its welfare After this and tjamiuetingx are Just as at a wedding gazinc Legend of Stan Ua flock he India r legend of the stone from which Standing nock gets Its name Is follows Years ago a buck and hlR urr were aJor y dovi so rivet o lilt me rh s u a tlisuut point iTP FIt Yvtcs now Is the bucUeaw young squaw of surprising beauty with whom he fell desperate love Iirtspitc of the tears and en treaties of his lawful wife be refused proceed on the Jourpey or In any other direction but resolved to stay right there The deserted squaw cx hausted her entreaties anti her tears and finally arose to leave the place ne As she did so she stepped bncItbe spot where she hud both d turned to stone There site has re ined over since a standing reproachIIher faithless lord and master and his kind By a faint stretch of the agitiation the standing rock from which the agency gets its narnecaq be de to take the outlines of a woman Scije nnwnujj Sontr TIle foihiwlu is simple of tlA sort letters r wvl linown pub lisher ofUsi r fttri ppi oils df ons ol s j ddwii ixMterity an I inl writers o 1001S Dear Siri aon wIth wlnl and music CoraH vUUh h1 oerlire Uiem Ifl v v ii u X to gsonth IItjt j ilJI u love song the ip 0to anil the oti tilt Luthu i all my 110 Hut ihrK 2 my Ljt niposina you Can ht iw now It you no l oni for thrrll hrv make Couflerm anti u omnu1I un ilieDoiir h sons Will Oil f caIarar tu bye Now York Press F plaiitH whosf frtUtA t lu the of l uialo lower Is short uml liiKiiUi to t while the female grows on o verv on BOmctlilng of the appennJnco of wdrop It floats on the surfuce of water until the ertln1 itlon liv nus of the pollen U complete TIll ral then cuntnicts and the fruit Iis lillrtwn under the water to ripen his Notable of rip ng In Engwud are furnished br soldier Of marine plants certain va bu tles of seaweed notably the roill ripen under water Pcarsoirai ekly The Ln aronl of Nqplo A century flgo tljere were 30000 laz c age they arts turned loose Into eo mothers tWhat ISfl Iazz roneIt mayxbeL working It ue puts tQb ll Itone will ever become extinct TJio resauItatlQU scheme will not oust n l makes blmNntiouid HeYlew r iL 1IdWel3fin affoid to seTlen a r i jiJo pmy of the latest and nobr1iesfc vehielesJ on the markett I nY StyJeaudany Iand make selection and retdroi Spung SEEDING TI1VE srstremember at Ii8nJtn kin wfmake acialMNortMfi hrrHORK SOT GREEN t4WSPRINGFIELD3KV ttyttTHEBAPTISM cannot POPt1of qeWhen lbeYrindt elebrntet1I to hier atInUs1ersTnter lotiehatermlllsiierlai cltIViitttI bnIspecimens underwater plia wionincvant10Thcrr1ieysurYlYo 11InkcoIrntturn slitLttjngcolabrroJlewIt glnorliis Ou1s ll PtiA III4 Ii ffI Reyersed rl SOUTHERN MUTUAL t t t Investment Compy t OF Lexington Ky it tJ JG W cELROYa tIt AGENT h rj Springfield Ky I = CEMEN1 i AtLowestPricesj L ROUOHtUMBERI i iZ tPRESSED LU M DtE4 J ll rji at r n sa4L 3ASHandDOORS f j LATH and SHI1N 7 OtES4t TCORACTING itt Wr 3 a H istrJ attFieSRi4ELDi CAfL powJ PRICES = r 1t n A 1ftAnaeateri dumbbnrNo A fellow mIght it- sImusa1fTpdianapqiws4 wefisbjiv h ei11 ti That play Js ealljrTa jjorelty Kt cq of the sits bpenswitbs netraiit dXMttng the furnltrire4 Judge A paaeeirer n I recall to md a stoy Hi auo1cr the Japanese Vpero k armr VQiHlJ was besieging a ortrcsk Its riu1uirV was small end at iulLcving army vas g up Jt T pff lminensa that they she i Tlnow how toil thq fortress couldihi l4 t TKl uiiir pitulate for want oj supplltaviiJ week they could stay and wjn tty campaign for th4 emperor C your Japanese nobleman volunteered to f tO the fortress and rAscertain boar ng It could boldout ije J himself and in passing rli i lUt It d food and water fort only two dayW ore w As he was going out wtlt thf6 pre Informatlonlhe waH detcctodi ani thy enemy said tdhmiMWean anf crucify you but vJH let you one cohdltlon that you go to th wall and tell ydurl people that we have supplies foe a wee4k no said Very welt and went to the wall His wlfjeany cLHdrfn la tlu besiegers camp tow jilm Tils frfciiiJa were there also and jic held tip botbu bands and saidto thorn There are supplies for tint wb days Con tlnuo the leJOitQc1 you take the ace Ho tiled by a hpndedsprpo1nt the bad done his duty to his gen cralrSlr Edward Ariiold i t jSlanyj y of rallrdadjs a nobleman and hbj wife tif their Infant wereftJrarellng to Satteburyplaitn As thftf tory is ld In Mr A P Etissella Jharactert Istlcs they were gvertaVenby aSe to tQrJI and tQ 1pfuaa IoU- eeplierds but In The child had taken cbldtjeforb uli flnd1ailter ttidtUo tiursa bgrtn- oicetQ undrcjss It tlje vmin oTrOQltepIacrd nd hlsi wife Jooketlon lit juxved silence WIt lAt1tf tb proc ta ruizdrgotsn- itet1 and tlmltt1ir naked baby as bqlnp warmci by the1 tlire There sat with all Its fepicndldvQoliT bus- cledoff Its little ody begtuntn ow in the but by tup flte Tbf hdp rd d1wn fOilS ireath udcxcia1iiId Why Its Just like due of oufatr I Jt hYCOLLAR The areISty CI IwJi T1 UaNTILirzrh ovily cOil iadsk avy a ply aoa TAIL AND EQUAL ANY pIv CENT o14 by live sptochants overywor rltottJftllHVZaMt TroyNY STWO N nT 17rofltaJIBlckti IFronI2it ticattIHBY 2 rroM2Xle suiii II LspeetKodoI 1 Dyspepsmp cmsD- ioes o wktySs a Thli yrepv tloti eootatat aKIll ito If100iItrhsstetoodyeiwbTt atealEbscat tU By tbeusa ot dyipivUba- tur ld tter ewyt fad 011mDMtIitCaauulj Za- K UNt hsi t bitb 1 f r Foleys Ifoney AIM 1 Ior cbIMwaare No i- I i WFW WJ f y It J M 1 I UDTOv = t t 1i JDlEHTpENrT TEETH EXTRACTED lTHOtlT PAIN I J Qea aIockupsbdra P I UGF1EfD RY I t Work Strictly FIfat c ass t 181JDcri j H LAMPTON j P =OFFICEVr ltJe tlfr tvlIr-1IIl J ilOi 1tI GFELq IU Rineharts 10 rlOFEDr itBikt r 4WjFGR1GSBYI t 4 rT RNEYATLAW OMce overPeoples Bank a 8PUTVOFJELD KYg lupTMCkwrk11V heCeldi LaxativeBromoQuinine Tablets curpeGl trae av No Care No w 3Tt N THtW HC W iAN R t 1jk SIte ari ffrom Lwisvllle to NorthernSleeping cars running 4bgan resorts from palsvlHe oylr Pednylvanla Short Linf AandG tt4 wI gii1Iei1 I oal8yHki4 pr m dally arriving ciP lb key Traverse City Bay View H Cityhtt ei o xea on dining cars FOrD p1aL1l l iaforaiaUon address oit Hag trjfiPA Louisville Ky in Commissioners r Sa1sa J I v WASHINGTON CIKQUIT cower KY Xiii Hadgie Brown Plffiw fArifosrt Equity T toivlrtueofaofaleofthe Washlngten Chcpta Courtrendcred at the May teina 7- t1lireof1goo trilli the abdve caue Bll proceed to offeiyfor sale at the C rJtJHpuse door lin Springfield Kyj El EVKONDAYJULYi8 1902 1binest bidder PubIc Auctionat hfOurVpp rty towit al certain tract or ijace1VO land n1 lynai and bein in Washington cduh tyXKentwcky and thus bounded1 to wit OJithe north and west bythe laMB of W Rudd and George Clem c cBta south aad weaby the lands of tcFtibyHtte Little Beech Fork and Iss1 supposed to contain 315 acres more or rlessLUpr the purchase price the purCC chater or purchasers withapproved security or 8ureties must executtboH earlnglei31Inter of f ale until paid and having the force jand effect ot a Judgment T Bidders will be required to x mply fTBOhi rVVVIV rVVVIVt ANEWFA5T TRAIlII- rl t1gKABUl CK7 ad OKLAHOMA CITYy WICIlITAt0 NIftN tDALLASrOT WORTH i AX njMW TsMd the go ttWMt 1Wi tnOs Eew Urovckot u to =feetrte ef fee Mtfita Melt ud rrr = c BOWiIea ii River Division 7uuee i irLMdVItet tMa iIen1ce lacZudMgV CvIIeftCrUaryeysuS i Tta we WreMlt will e oft =cappiea oa by say repre r LUflAY Genw V4a1nutf jdr iHi IfACII TROIThJ Jilfr1I Yl itlltt i I t tIt VVVS Tatf tke SJeeplmg Car which willCI bv4sat4Lttuortoyer Ya31a Jlun tlifiiigte 14Qtto vte G L1t tto1j xj TllrtACe Michigan cc mij Ti tbcongh car will Iui 11Le4IiWittg1 flMTlve at Detroit 7bMKt M ii fc ud make c n u for TMork OB the St Ctair river and flCIG4tzIk from C H Hue eritDt A IXl 1 A IIj tf WN LSl iiiKappsRIh ST illlThe Frwhest and Latest i AH AlMHit Yourself FrUnds f I aiMl Acqimliitancer frV i p M First a4Jtmand cra4 syrup 9apps A good seconhandsurey for sale by wh arfon cV Tapp f See Qur 10a1d15C ociunteif CUrry Tapp- FoRfSAb A complete but otfit p1y to rHlIi1r ord f1ftrhoescChord EoBerfeon Oadles manufactured A Ji3cl PBarberTi TAKE UpR thI gelding bout one yearlpld 3vneran et further informationltby alldIf at NEWSLEADER iOmcc aGreatlyjuindcvobertsonsa TOra91ldblades iriold hsey shopoi1Never before were such barItins offered in mens boys do9drens nice clothing as you thtt onspMy property near the L N epot in Springfield consit g of warehouse and scales iSjj the hands bfG Q Wharton for le orient hVtflomJ n surry or r9vag9n at tcotVcf SMcChord fMessrs W DandP G M roy have bought JJfni Ic5 roy his farm n arh Tthwzt limits dontainiugilO acris Price 3 an acre 3 1I Thompson Yankey tave Coi shipped several more cal loads of lambs this week the umb rfoJthe week so fari being about 600 jtAunt Maria Clements wife fj Charles Cletoents an old and respected colored resident of the wn died air her home on High reet yesterday of old age f At the examination r of the oloredappfl ants for clrs certificates held beretof the- hirteen applicants two were granted first class certificates one second three third and Qyeni 1i ailedii aPineviVillhere nnext Sunday 4 ev Purr comes at the sjeae- questof j the session and ShOukd welcomed byu full congre atiou The ladies of the Christihn llCh will give a spelling atch rt the Court House on th- vening of the 23d A five ollar gold piece will be awarded best speller The invitatix n extended to all Refreshments will be served Mr Ed Gositley wellknown oung farmer of the Valley Hill ieignborhood and Miss 1yrtle Virgin of MuuJ were married at he Baptist church this place on yesterday morning by Rev G W Swope Only a few friends were present to witness th 9t eremonyV Mr JChonias j Miller of Will isburg made another big sale of hogs last Friday to Thompson Yankey G9for the Louisville t There were 100 head in ie bunch and they averaged 202 pounds Mr Miller received 850 per hundred for them here These hogs were all fed by Mr Miller and is the second lot of about the same size he has sold ithin the past six weeks Jack Bard has again escaped rom the Taylorsville jail After is first escape Bard was cap tured at this place by Town Marshal Joni Grace and taken back The authorities of Spen er county refuse evenitoreunf urse the officer for buggy hfre incurred jn returning their prisoner so it is safety that iithe man is capturedI IJ11gIDbe will be held until some j one comes after him or else sent I C Q D Fruit jars jelly glasses rub bejfe Wtat urTyTapps IITOFIGS I The marriage of Mr ES Birch oWiUisburg ud RI Llantonofthe i Presbyterian church at Bardstown yesterday Dr Patterson officiated at the marriage Thlriiaid o hOnor was Miss Liztzie Bell of Lebanon cousin to bride Mr Ed Wells of Willis burg was best After ctdremonyi Springfield on the six oclrck ain and went on to the greens home in Wihisburge fAt the regular term of Squire ohn Gordons court herd at olin Saturday two contested cases were disposed of In the case of Wade Hardin vs Richard K toeelinghorse swap judgmen fordef en SoentTatum vsWill Janes which was i suit for breach of contract j dgment for plaintiff Ih each p toZppear d for plaintiff and LH- hurman for defendent An exciting game of base ball was played at Sunms park here l the Fourth between the Springfield and the Texas teams The result was 16 to 13 in favor f Springfield The Texts nine has some good ball players and ey put up a good game Goode itched for Texas and Will Green I andGocrge Golvin pitched for the home team The kid nine front Lebanon played the kids oft i8 lace one day last week the result being a victory for the alomeMr C S Mayes a popular young man who has been en j gaged in the drug business at Mackville died at that ulace on- undity June 29 after a short illEness of consumption The do4P ceased was 32 years of age and and leaves a wife and one Qhildsh He was a man who enjoyed the esteem ofeveryone who knew h otimunity The remains were buried at Mackville cemetery Rev Couchrpreacning the funeral ejVTaxpayers Take Notice The taxes for the State and c uiountydue and itii the duty oflf every good citizen to settle promptly with the Sheriff I also have a large amount of hack taxes on my list uncollected and tase I will proceed to collect by process of law if same are not settled at once BYRON CROAK shift W C Notice The undersigned firm having di solved partnership all per s Vonsgently requested to call and set itle same 1VHAYDON ROBERTSON QUARTERLY REPORT OFTIIElCONDITION OFIPEOPLES DEPOSIT BANK IoroflATSV SPltflGFlEtJKYs At tIe clouc of business Juoi 00 IUEsOUHCES 17iKioH 2JMU75 ftl5 JJ7 Due from State banks bankers1O1SS53 UIn6380 Banking House and Lot Mortgages 1703000 Specie 436301V Currency 530000 Furniture and II urjs Current expel ant quarter JKJ30 Total 3381177- 0LJAUUITIES Capital BurplUit Sck5OOOOCgg Undivided Profits Puts topoillors fultwDepcwitSBUbjecttocbccl ion whichlInterest not JUIdI 45539 08 eerttflcaUsotdeut on which iuteriest is patti ltf74311l H2817S rotalr 238097 AIOUnLt dIV jond 200000 J A JUHVARE Cashierd ODROEltThONPreaIV State of Kentucky Coquty of WiHhhg oil 88 J A Boulware Cashier of Peoples Deposit BankV Springfield Ky a Bank located and doing business on Springfieldins ysthati respects true statement of the condition ot said Bank at the close of business on the 30th day of June 1992 to the bestof his knowledge and beUcfand further says that the bus ness of said Bank has been transacted at the location named and not else where and that the above report iis made in compliance with an official notice received from thus Secretary of State designating the 30th day of June 1902 as the day on which such shall be made Ji Ai BOUtWAftE Cashier byJAJuly 1902 AC M E RtNPWashinKtonCqunyjKy Commission txplres January 14 1904 Q D ROBERTSON r G L HAYDON DirectorsC WF A p Dathofie1tIe LachrnaE- On the mprningof July 3d 4- 168Oocloc t Miss Lettie Ledch man died lat the home of her mother Mr Imelda Leachman Her death was caused by a cpm rplication of diseases from which she had been an intense sufferer lJ for two yeatsMiss Leachman was the yoiingest child of Mr eachman and the late Stephen Leachman itnd was in the twenty third year of her age Besides her mother she leaves two brothers Messrs Will and Wat ttel Leachman and two sisters Mrs John B Hill of Lebanon and Miss Lizzie Leachman of his place to mourn her In the iiids of these and her many friends there will always linger memories of one whose life on j arth was a blessing to those with whom she came in contact The funeral occured Saturday morning at ten oclock from St b D IJeingwn Death is no respecter of per ns All must answer to His su yimmonswhen the time comes that those ties of love which bind one soul another must be severed and o thneBeyond while the loved ones re main behind there is always sorrow lit may be the aged l whose race iis run whwfrs called away and for him thee are tears is shed because a familiar figure isNe gone a landmark one whose name is associated with those scenes and events and persons yu whom we lote and of which we love to hear Or it maybe that our tears arej shed for the child who dying iii its infancy had no opportunity to leave the impress of its character upon the time inba which it livdd But sadder than l tolwoman wh full of youthful vigor and capable of enjoying life is called away from those whom she loved and to whom her Sappy disposition was but an example of tim joy of a pure lifekure herself the tendency of her life was to purify thosewhom knew lappy herself her of highest happiness was to make hers happy Such was Lettie L frieachmanalways be remembered by those wno knew and loved her AIR Bass of Morgantown hid had to get np ten or welve timee in the ght aud had severo backeche and ilFoleysR spobertsonThose who live on farms are espec ially liable to many accidents cuts burus and bruiscs which heal rapidly wheu Ballards Snow Lhienient is ap plied Price 25 and 50 at Haydons drue store Shaders Specials We have base balls for toeJ 2 p5cBats for 2 35and 50c Boys mitt 20 and 25cV i Balloons I5c 25c 40c to cele i rate the 4th with Buggy whips from the great Massasoit factory from 15 to 50c Just receiyed a great bargain lline of love v glassware 10 15 and 20c each piece Call und see it J A SHADKR Buainess men whoilackthe IItll snap and Viger they once had hould use Hepbiue Jt will purify tIre bloodImstrengthen anfl invigorate the system Price 25 ceiit iat Havdon brug store 1Soundllife Make tnje ktdnevrf healthy with Foley Kiduev Cure Sole by Wood a Robertson Drng CoMHcrbine clears the complexion yiye buoyancy to the mind cuaee heat t ache the stomach and bow tlit el a pcrfectguanliap of the health Pricet 50 cents nt HaVdona drugstore IsIffail to perform their functions reaular y au6 uaturally the blood bcooincfe contaminated with impurities and the whole system is in consequence de bilitated Heribine ia remarkabio 1Hits cfficasy in Curing the ailments of summer and tie disorder prevalent hot weather Price 50 ccuts at HaydouB driip store y Could Not rntJl Examination A southern woman speaks with prkl0SD or the enrsor faithful Iovi lawnlcekeeper Not only Is Aunt Caline valued for her executive ability but her Judgments so wise In mqsti cases that her mlstijess has come to depend greatly upon her opinion In certain mattersVDo you think James would 000 IV good man fort us to take up Into the r mountains with us this summer Aunt Cal neiusb skOd one day referring to a haudsom young darky who been for six wetiks lu her employ Aunt CalUie folded her urms and as sinned her mot judicial aspect Missy Kate she sail Orni1yV41 done watch dot boy eber since he cOma hyer an I done test him When I tested him 1V de case pb tIe spring bed I fonn oUt Oat when 1tV5flet4flifflnIVdatVDy wall all take sold an mighty 4ittle raise Missy Kottv za flats a pore sign ob character In ijy opklonsV HIll fiORD flEThTTISTOFFICE lUNEOAIlT BaiU II Hnrnranently locatedVSPRINQEIBLD KY = t ebNAi lJames Cheshier spent the Fourth athornaVI H Thurman was in Lebanon IIi III Maple Hill this week W F Grigsby was at Lebanpn on legal business Tuesday Mrand Mrs T Scott May s I were fBardstown Monday Mr E B Brown has returned from a visitfin Nelson county Mr T S Mayes aud Robert N pe were in Campbellsville Sat urday Mr Kent Barber of BardstownLu was hejte the first of the week on bu shiessBNathan Cooper of Louisville sited his parents hereon the fourth t Prof J TCVVNOC of Pjnevifle visited relatives here thefirst of t e week r nMrChaplin spent afew days here last lekSMiss Omea Irvine of Louisville t the guest of Misses Jennie ands llie Groene I thJamesle was outto spend tHe Fourth wi th his parents eIJstMissvilla visited Miss ROse Cleaver here last week acChariesby have returned from a visit Meade copntybMiss 2qDonBrown this week Miss Lizzie Leachman of Leb anon visited Misses Lucy and ary Browne this week 1MrHopkinsville were here the first the week visiting relatives i Mr Joe S Claybrooke visitedLVfo ends andrelatives in Nelson county the first of the week Mr Bev Grigsby J3ardstown t passed through here yesterday i en route from Lebanon on his a utoVAlex Grant pinent the Fourth with his par en ts here KqteCurrythe home of Mr and Mrs E S Mayes Mr Ben Cecil living out be yond St Rose and a popular oung man is very low with ty hoid fever Miss Elizabeth Langly of Lou isville and Miss Potter of Bowl ing Green are visiting ntW H Leachmans near town Dr Ri hard RoBards of Hen dersonvilb N C is visiting the b family of her brother Dr J B RoBards of this place Mrs N C Campbell enter a tained her euchre club at herI home near fown n last Thursday afternoon in a very delightful annerIYesWrldnyM Iirupend u week with reluliues near aud MriJ W Eddfeman one of the substantial young farmerspf he Maple Hill vicinity was iin own Tuesday and added his name to our subscription list Quite a large party of young folks went out and stormed Miss Naomi Brown and her guest Miss Gilkerson at the country home of Mr and Mrs J Brown on Tuesday evening News receIves hero from Hu beenjquitej 1nClaybrooke whohas been withU is brother is expected home thi week yiII Quite a number of the younger J citizens of the town have cQnI u racked the Oklahoma feverand- rea contemplating a trip to that country to investigate ita je ssources and advantages The followingar schedulehtolleave ohat Homeseekers Excursion for the west on nexf Monday I H Thurman HR Thompson E C Mc1IGBCommissioners Sale t1 VJVWASHINGTON CIRCUIT COURT KY UK Shewmaker Plffi laEquityJamesBy virtue ot a judgement and order of sale of the Washington Circuit CourtTendered at the May term thereof 1902 in the above named cause I shall proV ceed to otter foe sale at the Court house door in Springfield Ky on the 28b day ol Tub 1902 at 2 oclok or thereabouts being Count yCnrtday to tthe Highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of SIX montbs the followiDr described property to wit Three tracts of land sit KyTractegnning at astake corner toV Ella Lewis and James Green ihenee south with Ella Lewiss line toV James Suttpjis line thence east with Sutions linei add Montgomerys line to thq corIielof Mackville and Wijlil burg turnpike road thence with said pikes opposite to a gate cor or to Jemes Green thence welt with Greens line to the begin nidg containing 24 acres nwiy o r lessVTract No 2 is thus bouiaed to wit Be mniog a a corner one between she lands of Oscar Lewis and James Sutton Sr ence 682 feet to a stak corner to James Sutton Sr thence west with Suttons line 66 feet to cor r of Sutton thence from said one corner to stone corner of Oscar Lewis 520 fept third line tncnce with said Lewis line to the beginning contaning 212 res Tract No8 is thus bounded to wit Beginning at a poplar ana birch on the north side of ray lors Fork and running thence N 12 W 15 poles to a fallen down hickory and beech tree thence N43 W48 poles to two sugar trees on a branch thence down said branch with its meanders 156 poles to a poplar and elm the mouth of said branch on avlorsfork thence up saidTay lors Fork with its meanders 102 poles to the beginning contain ing 75 acres m ore or less All of said lands lie together audj rm one connected tract of J For the purchase price ndI purchaser or purchasers wi th approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing legalI interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgement Bidders will be required to comply with those terms THOS A MEDLEY M 0 W CC 5 DONT WAIT If you knew bow SCOTTS EMULSION would build you up increase your weight streniben your weak throat and lungs and put you in con Clition for next winter you would begin to take it now Send for free Mnple and try ItVSCOTT ABQWNE Chemists 409ms fwl Btmt New YorkVa see and all druggists There iiv no longer an excuse for auyoue to endure the torture inflicted y piles when Tablera Buckeye Pile Ointment will cure them a remedy moderata In puce and so effective Price 0 cents in bottle Tubes 7Scts t Haydons drut itoreV Fire Vklcli Xcver Go Out There an doiiiesiJc tires burning In England today wlilrh vc never bun otIthe dales of YorUxlurv at Is still burned The fuel obtailucd from the moor and stuck It it are kept by the fariiicrH In their stark garths The country rounliUHit Is noted forts girdle cakes rhich are njado from dough baLed In quaint pans suspended over the positt fires Tlieno tires are kept glowing fron generation to generation and the son warms himself iii the fire which warm cd his sire and his grandslre and hlfl grandslrcu sire ard which will warm his son and his sons sou There Is a tire at CastleWn In the Whltby district which has been burn lug for over 200 jrcara The record probably is by a farinhou eat Os inothOrby lit the ame UJstrict This lire has been burning for 500 years there are records to show that it Ian not been out during the last 800 yearsVVoaId Not Salt at All Marie after the proJOsnlWbUej I do not object to your calling I should hardlj like to marrs a minister Up pyooIkl10Rov Mr GummftBut I assuro I would not do so ITbe Then I should conclude that you n hypocrite and not BOffldent Iy interested in my spiritual welfareV TOYDill1d CowttryV r A Generation Ago Coffee could onlybought in bulk The apth Century way iis the Lion Coffee wayisealed packages al ways correct in weight d antrtsbluniform and Detaining its rich flavor e i t Wee Invfte Your f1osecIioQIs Of lur e1egantStQck of NEW GOODS VVnew ri Goods in all the n alst Goods in Silks S rWtf1SbcqesWl1l dri and Mercerized VV i t WearenoW pre RdtJw a eornpiete stock OfGtOTNTN G lJ iiThelarg showriand Sr ever nd LOWER IN PRICE Than you will rtfind elsewhere Just opened out Stckof atrgeII CORSETS i The latest shapes Whrtei Pink and Blue irtIc I PaperCarpet O rieverm ntJiii is now more complete thanIV 42JIn Shoes Aye are showing VtciKid Patent Gulf Patent jCid Valour Calf oxCalf4cJ- madeon all last from the plainest to the most extreme Call and examine them We Guarantee to Suit you I Jkpast favors land soliciting continuation of yourpatronageVwe remain Yours TrulyVGIningbam Dnn can w jfWWwwww W9i ES 1 JCLOTHESIiTOffffVC 4 I d rFI iWEATHEE f r d 4 VS j == 0 fL iiiTYOlil want and w have theiyi fE4Ii1 l IOur stodkoi Men s SuITIITIOrV Suitsi Hts1and Shoes contain a- varietandVgbod values r f To The LadiesII A d il 3 Te exienda t cordi1l initatiOii 9vrisit I Ajour store anti iiupect0uratpc k of 3 Summer Dress Goods and Notions 4i3 t a C 1and g ffTrriCesVve afe making j some special bargainsi Grilildyy Glaybrooke cr ttrJ ai t t 4 m t tr it FRANK W SIMMS + BEN F SlUMS JOHN J1 SIMMS I FRANKIw Slps 5 CO Livery Feed and SSale sStabletv Lt L Lew and Stylish Rigs atfgQQd ffIJIr 1iorsU c ttpfccal out fitstfor travelling men Giveesi a trial Comfortable stalls and good treat ment foi b aroinJArorses PHON J5SPRINGFIELD KY i k r w r 1rTH Ja1I = du Ip t ft Notice nobedktwe t an f111 erOftbe l W nlagton County our mah an- dru1ii tdutrl1 rJt June ftt 1 ttrwi 1 02 ihounderalyiibd Slwriut AVksktactoill County will on Sata rd MMJttii day of August IMS at 71 Cot Koii e otiasprl J tokl aa etccUoaiathB gii y inbn fchpol district referred to aud fully degoribedin said order for tUp- Brpofc of electing jtx tnwtees of Bid graded cemwoi iiobpol dldtriet J a tr the purpeI of taking the ttdlJlf of the legal wbite voters IH sald YxratId commo tO hOOtdis t upon wto whether or notii iitffHI they will YQte an annual tax of 50 cents OR acii one hundred dollara worth of property assessed In said Sliiirlct ionting to tho white voters iltq cprporatfoni In said district tliodi pall tax of 150 per capita on- aftfltet male Inhabitant residing IkerelH over the age of 21 years for tfce pirpose Maintaining a graded j c6ijimn iohool In said graded corn mon school district and for the pur jpeeepf purchasing erecting or repair t vlBi8uitabloaUding8 thereof IT nee MMry Thepoll for said election will eopened at seven 7 oclock in tho tfxamjn and keep open continuously Iwrtil 4 oclockl in the afternoon of said turday August h 1902 And Raid purposeActlnall tIt in saidorder and as prescribed by tSald order is In words rand fig tes as follows Y UX STAT OP KENTDOKY WASHINGTON COUNTY COURT f yv7 1 Jane 23 1902 l tJCkASlHAYDON AND OTHERS PKTI iioN i ro KSTAPUSK A GRADED COMMON SCHOOL TJyv iVTnls dayy carne Simpson RQberts platofboondatyJo be established by the proceedings herein Said report lla now ppproVed andl confirmed and Jt Is therefore or dered tbat the boundary of said graded 1 common school district be fixed and established follows Beginning at a stone100 ft east of the second mile stone countingfrom Springfield Ky akraepelng a corner of Mrs Theresa Mudd to Thompson and Tucker on the cbrth side of the Springfield and Bardstown pike thence N 11J E 1810 feett to a black oak in Mrs ftjuddp fUJld tbence H 45 E 1520 ft to a white oak in the Wbeatley farm n ar abranch and also near the line of WHeatley to MrS Theresa Mudd tiencoNSl E 1950 ttoa cdder In Vfiertey landcalled Martin land In t origiual description by mistake thence NJC3 B 600 ft to a stone 100 tt south m of twoIepo4teytO Donncly at Bloomfield and Springflald pike 25nw9I1taC Ilagl cornurrthonca N 60 E2320 through the land 6f said Dpnnely toa black val tsftate otas Clemcrtta deceased tntfiice N 04 E 70 ft to a pin oak in iJD Muillcflna land crossing vClem enta line 150 It from said pin oik thence E 2100 ftcrosslngJjB Mtilii canV line 100 ft from said pin oak ino thn Iandsjaf said Jas Ulements deod t a stone at the intersection of ffences in Joe SpaldiiiBa land thence TXjtH E 381 ro8Blng Frankfort pike at 950 It i to a white oak in lae ford farm und Jliie crossas pfke 100 ft south of cal jvcrtthviiot 8iE3175 through thr- firatl oC9al J19rJand1Jrs Hetln jpr cross thu Hord and flfnhegjriy llxw 30 Oft fro n said oak In Uord line to n lik walnut at the linn uf Hennery t Uadgie and Vlattie BroWn pu a ridge ftiitsrice S 78B 2500 ft across the huijs ol Buiil Budgie and Mattls Brown iuiies Wat rs Matt Liiiton and Tay Ic r55jjJ tiding tto a stone at Walter Wii1 liaiifsnate cilltd Gromea by mistake originaldescription thence S 53 E cr SiJOOft through the lands of said Spal dlngto a stone neat Ben YoungB gate at county road thence with line of Young and Spalding S 48 B 1780 ft to a etone corner of said Young Spalding and estate of tbe late Richard Parrott th1co with his line S 66 W 23M ft to a btpnq corner ot Young to said Par rott thence S 20W400fLtoa stone corner to Young Parrott and Dnrrett thence S6FJ 1460 to a tone corner of Dnrrett to Parrott thence E 146C to a stone corner to said Parrott to said Durrett thence Spl E 100 It toast mcornerot Parrott to Dnrrett thence S24 E 114Q fttoa stone cor j ncr of Parrbtts to Diirretts Tine thence S 10 B 950toa stoup in tbe Swest edg of tbe Sprtngfield and IackJvilla pike corner of Parrott to Durrett thence through the lands of John F r cor1neiorKelgbtlythence S 6 E5540 ttoa stoneat a black walnut on north tholandsj tbrptheLsads IttoQNanathence S6L W 3W0fLto a stone in Henry Edelen 100 ft east 0111 white oaK at a branch thence S50 W r 900 ft through said Edelen to a stone thtace S 63 W 2340 ft roan o kat a pair6fbar8 thence S 74 W 2500 ft to a black walnut at tho Lebanon county road thence S 82 W 780 ft to a beech tree atthe Whaatley hoiise and In yard j of Mnet thence N 86W40 50 ft toaf whiteoak in Nelson crossing the math ofoald Wheatley and Ne18n thence InMontgomery Moutgomerytbencetbclandsic oT Montgomery andjn Spalding to a wild 3ro ftthe00ftdens grave thence N 32 W 1810 tot barntHnear St Marys pike thence N 251 W 1640 ft screws StMaryn pike and the lands of Sam Bottoms te a wild cherry call H black walnut by mistake thence t 2Vw2200 ft to L sycamore called foMo A thorn tree crossing the lands 1Booker and Goatley col to a theltceN8l Cecil Bros toa Sycamore pa bluff ofpafrrRun ia Clements thence No W 7 tttt a rtone In Cambroa line se S1IEJ600 tOil lisa of Corn krwi to Ocll Brofl to a lone corner of witOIoomer of LaacastEr to Cainbronr Oun1brnN88W66Ofttoa rofOambrpnatSt Ross thocce N 3 IW getabtePfcpacalionfocAs simflaling JheFoodandBcguIa thigtheSaitBowilsofPesDgeslionCIertu ncss and RestContains neNter OpiuMMorpWne ftOlhraL NOT NARCOTIC AijeaiwIs4mtwrzcR jVS r6flII onslipaUonSour WorrnsConvuJsim Fcverish ness and Loss OE SLEEP FacSlmle StgnaturejaR NEW YORK tXACT COPY OF WRAPPER t E 1760 ft toa stone StRose thence N 46 W 1550 ft to a atone on west bank of Cart wrlghts creek In St Rose thence N 20 E 1200 ft crossing St Rose and LorettopIket at 900 ft prom stone to astone in 8t Rose property thence IT 2000 feet dressing Oar wrl2hts crepk 300 it to aston corner of Wash Tucker iSt Rose and St Catherine near a taU tree ona ridge thence N 44 beginningIt Sher iff Washington county hold an elec Sprlngfieldpurpose he will open the poll at said graded Common school district on Sat Ang 9th 1902 for tbepurposeuf elect ing six trustees of said graded conk mon school district and for the pur pose of taking the sense of the legal white voters in said graded common school district upon the proposition as to whether or not they will vote an anuualtazof 50 cents on each 100 belonginsaid district and a polltax of ftlfifl per capita on each wblte male inhabi tant therein over the age of 21 years residing in said district for the pur pose of maintaining a graded comr mon school in said graded common school district and for the purpose of purchasing erecting pr repairing suitable buildings therefor iif neces ary It b llbethe duty of the clerk of this Court to give tbe said Sberifi a certified copy otthifl order within tan days after it shall ha Ie bean cnteted audit shall be the duty of the Sheriff of Washington county to have this order published In some weekly or daily newspaper published in Wash twentydaytadvertise the timer place and purpose of said election by printed hand bills posted In at least five conspicuous places in said district for at least p days before the election Said advertisement shall bq made within tab days after receiving a copy of this order Said sheriff shall appoint a Judge and a Clerk otsaid election who shall subscribe to an oath for the faithful performance of their datieff On the day fixed for holding the election the said officers appointed hall Qpen a poll at the Court House itfSpringlleld ICy at7 oclock In the forenoon close it at 4 oclock luI the afternoon uf said day The vote shall be taken viva voce and recorded Inn poll book which shall bo by saidI purposeTheomcers propound to each voter who may vote the question Are you for or against the graded common schooll tax and his vote shall be recorded fot or against the same and for six trustees as the voters may desire The said officers of election areto discharge all other duties pertaining to the hold ing of said election as may be requir ed bylaw Copy attest W F Booker Clk Wasblneton Goo ity Court Byron Cro ke Sheriff Washington County Kentucky hroicldtls fwTweirYean Mrs Miherva Smith of Danville Ill writes had bronchitis for twenty yearsand never got relief until i used Foleys Honey and Tarwhich is a sure cure Sold by C J Haydon Wnen other medicines htyc failed takeFoIeys Kidney Cure It has cured when even thing else has dis apoiated Wood Roll rtson Drug Co Big Fifires 10000000000 bottles of Perry DavIs Painkiller sold in 60 years Just think Nearly cuouph plcedecd to rend to roach around the world What other remedy can boastof such a rec CuriugIstomachnInny other ailments and ace dents tens tail tly occurlng even in the most careful homes Thereis only Pain killer Perry Davis BeWare oT imi tathms lBardel Shop Law The following regulaliotis governing barber shop bcume eflectiye July i bpiiig contained in a law enacted by the bst Legislature 1 TQweleranil linens must bet iBoroughly bolledwbeuiunl kUlidan4 kept io places secure from dust anduttier impurities wod out i6e handled except in use 2 Ijirj brushe ipulsbf all insaj w a other appliauces itsvd in tbun of iafb iirg tHus be k tpr thoroughly 1in3 i shiavin ttetiiroffuEruption 0fm kind no the faC1 or on tlie c paricujanatten ff CASTORIA rot Want andChildren The Kind You Have Always BouGht Bears the 1 Signa of I In I Use For Over Thirtyi Yeat- sCASTOR1A lion mnst be gien to tMQr ide uspd with due sjaidto anti fpac Each and evcy u liclu so used must ho ei her bdird or disitjfriellwilh no atjtisRplic solutioij rAfT ich work Hie barb r out w nh Ijis hands in rqnnini hot w ter 4 B fore sbavmg the us turner hmrbpr mrit oa hItshaving cuutLudbuShltl lo used perltctly cletn The use use of sponge linger 41powder puff chiiino ilcii S ii alum must be di canlnd 5 Perfectly rtan must be used n wt rv cu topi 6 Olearruuiiniwicur mui hpusefl fOriihe uurp sof cl an iosr in every deiail of ha lier woik 7 Cuspidors mnii be c en irl dail then kept une ounh tiMii with unti ptic Vat The Summer Season Is fall of dangers particularly for the chiliren who not knowing Ue danper of eating unripe fruit indulge themselves with the usual griping painsin the stomach aa conszqueiice mothers should have on hand at all times a bottle of Painkiller Perrry Davis which will at once relieve th sufferer it is a simple safe remedy and it hould be kept in the h nice1 Lrge bottles 25 and 50 cents Vacation days Vacatln time is here and the chil droii are fairly living out of doors There coild be no healthier place for teui Yu need only to guard against the accidents incidental tu most open air sports No remedy is equal ttDt Witts Witch Hazel Sulv for quickly stopping pain removing Hanger of serion cntteqnencn Fo cuts scalds wounds i used UeWita Witch Hazel Salve for soras cuts and bruises says L B Johnson Swift Texas It is the best remed on tue market Sure cure for piles and for skiu disease Beware of counter feitr Haydon Robertson When Mark Twain was beginning his career as a humorous lecturer he one day arranged with a woman acquaintance that she should sit in a boa hud start the applause when be should stroke his mustache The lecturer started off so well that be did not need any such help however for he caught the audience from the first By and by when not saying anything worthy of particular notice he happened to pull his mustache and his anxious ally In the box at once broke int9 furious applause Mark was all but broken up by the misadventure and ever after ward carefully avoided employing such help to success Aa Animal Memorial Stone In tho center ota field at Warcrhlll Suffolk England lam large fiat stone covering the grave of a mine that died in 1852 Inscribed as follows Poka She never made a false step ccleslastes III 10 A reference to chapter and verso shows the following For that which befalleth the sons of men befalleth beasts even one thing befalleth them as tile ono dlcth so dlcth the otberTblsls probably tbe only instanco of a text from the Scrip tures appearing on A memorial stone to an animal Xendlnar Umbrellas Sometimes an umbrella that begins to show tiny cracks and pinholes may be mended Jit home Open the um brella and hold it up to the light Mend tho holes on the luslc with black silk conrtplaster cut slightly larger than the holes Sun umbrellas and parasols are more effecilTelr mended this way than umbrellas which sometimes Tregulre a repetition jot the mending after being thoroughly wet biartrT Do you believe in palmIstry 13obr I do A Bweetllttleamateurpam 1st held my band for half aa hour the other evening and told me that I was going to foil In in about twenty minutes and askctholady be mlnb and be accepted andHthe iwhole thing cametrue before Igot out of tfae chair Aerlsaouy Barker 1 eeo Mollfwitz to going to marry Maggle Shrewsbury dont envy him bnt I suppose money talked Grufiiey Hell find that matrimony can talk too- BarketSAnd I fao that alimony wiltttiaT8 8met ybgfore long e j iMGBELORS 1 i RQiANCE I B7 HORACE OHANT lbll4 s Ilichartbon a respectable bachelor and I Ilam e lodgings In London My landlord thy valet and piy char orIWbllaI4my me a iUsH trlenchha1hot opinion is that did to be a man I about town I jam considered guileless and Innocent tpa surprising degree and my valet Mas often taken nupon 1t biiusclf to caution me against the celiI eral wickeduesis of the world Some 1slnIPIYbest Interests 4t he and feels it a part ot his duty to see that I escape the snares uuuj pitfalls which entrap so many confiding inca During the first week of a certain June ten or twejlve years ago I spent a I SHALL CERT YOT ZKTEBFZBB SAIL few days wltbl4reJne down In tlie j county of Kent It is an event In 1 ejIejj miles from the Farm where visited Sir James was u broken down gentle man I mean by that he was fifty years old In poor health without mqn cy and had led d fast and vicious life His reputation was sotfbad that hs Istence was ignored byall respectable 1100P10I was now living seclusIon on the lntII of his acres witjn three or four servants to attend him On the last evening but one of my visit I filled uiy pipe aud set out for u walk to the grounds of Sir James Bar field As I clime near the gates IIen countered younjr woman who seemed to be spying out the lay of the land I noticed that site was young and fair looking iind that she also seemed to be uiixloas but passed on without giv ing her much attention My friends Insist that J ought to have halted and entered Into conversation with her airl thereby probably prevented what lowed but I argue to the contrary find a right to believe that she was one of the servants of the house If farmersIduughter notI 11 turned she wasuo longer in sight Next evening at 8 oclock I took theI train from Beechenbrook for London This was a small country station and about a mile from Barfield House It Was my own choice that I walked to the station carrying my portmanteau There was no one moving about as I passed tho gates of Sir James proper ty but about a quarter of a mile far ther on I overtook a youth carrying badgagti similar to my own He was walking at a fast gait and seemingly trying to keep ahead bf me When bade him Mod evening be replied In n nervous manner and looked as If he would flee but the kindliness of my tones evidently reassured him My dear boy I said as we walked side by side you are probably bound on a journey Docs it so happen that LondonIno he parents replied I am running away from a cruel master It may not be a wise step I said as we Jogged along but I shall cer tainly not Interfere I ran away myself when I was a lad of fifteen and I dont know but what I did the right thing How old ate you Sixteen sir You dont seem strong andlt cant be that you have any too much mon ey Ive got about a pound sir Obft you would only hIp me when we get to the station Wont you buy my ticket for me W jnt you let me seem tp be a relatlveofyours7 Anti 4bliuastof yours will be try to get you back I know It Is against the law to Assist an apprentice to run away He make trouble I oltrollowllor think left He cursed and beat m6 because I could not do the hard work I was afraid of my Ute sir When we reached the station the lad sat dowr on the baggage truck at the far end of the platform and I got tickets for two before I joined hlm The station master Was alone and gave lalong heed land when the train caio we were fortunate enough to get a compartment to ourselves Under the lamplight I han XlmtiVui to lookI my youiig friend fever lie asnsllghJslhnbownj a pretty face iiIa- wlmiih j way IiIqtlced thatllid Ipd small hands and fe jt aud was iMtliT lila dress I hId lntendethto ntk for fUll particulars of Ills story when vi toIt trained I had taken a brotherly ihtt r lest Jn Jhe lad and It naturajlyf6llqiied or a very respectable JesdsrJti ithe whole floor and kept my own istat Just at this time however he was ab theIthO1gbtcnmein boy home with me for a couple of weeks Even before t knew bis riame which he gape as Tommy West I had made the otter He seemed reluctant to accept aijil it was only after con sidernble urging that he consented to1 be niy guest as jt were and then II had to promise that he should pkss M my young cousin Next morning as I got a fair sTght of the lad by daylight Hedldqtloocoiiklut iuiiiglnowhat he had worked at Ills hair lied been cut in the most awkward way and he seemed awk ward In his clothes I waiitcd Tommy to go out after breakfast and tee London but he had no curiosity on ihe subject and It was after dark that I got him out of 1oulyhouse for dinner That evening I Ttuuit of niy Intentions regard a place and though be thanked enthusiastIcI n1thenrant My demeanor toward tbe boy Was fatherly ns I wanted to win his confidence but it seemed to me as If he dreaded conversation and avoided It whenoviT possible On the fifth morning he had disappeared from the horn uili for an hour I was more myxtil than ever His clothing had been left behind and I could not maker out how be bad gone No note of ex planation bad been left behind I was trying to figure It out and won dering If shouldnt go to the police when a detective called to see me In the course of half an hour I was tied Up in knot as IJ were On the night I left Kent Sir James Bnrjleld tied been murdered t had come up to London with in boy That boy was be lieved to bea woman In disguise It was a womans hand which had done Sir James to death What bad I done With the boy He had disappeared leaving his suit behind Ah Just so But be had first changed to the female apparel In tbe portmanteau as was speedily shown and he had gone put In proper dress I was either a con federate or the biggest fool in England In either event tmust go with the offi cer J was locked up for a week and then admitted to ball and It was three months before they concluded that i was a fool Instead of a confederate Meanwhile all of England was searched for the girl but she was not found She lived in Condon She wee doubtless one of Sir James many vie tims She went down there to kill him and she accomplished her revenge Site played me that she might get safe ly away and tier plan succeeded She herIforts the pollee could not track her My friends declare jthat I ought to have had at least a year in prison for being thick headed but they are preju I am simply a guileless good 1so tured man and I cant even say that am sorry the girl eluded pursuit jNothlBS Fanny About It 1Sceue A druggists shop In a small Scotch village which as usual with druggists shops similarly situated Is the general emporium for all sorts of merchandise Cycling tourist enters nnd purchases a cigar after lighting which he attempts tp draw the proprIe- tor Into conversation but the flatter seems reticent The tourist after passing some remarks on the weather asked Dont you feel trade dull at times In this little village chemist Oh well replied the druggjst canna complain But excuse me mate ter dlnua alloo sniokln in my shop Indeed said the tourist That la strange You sell tobacco and cigars and still dont permit smoking liryour shop It is really rather funny Ou win was the reply tb re naethin funny shoot It rsell ares ulc but dlnna alloo ye to cmb1llsul clde In my ahopP Sill mica tbe SpcllloK An IrlKliuinn applied for and obtained a situation on some railway works YhatH your iiniue my man asked the tlnicUiHper Patrick Cuhlll was the reply How do you spell IU Pat scratched his head Indadu an 01 dont know corn 01 never shpelt It ano me father b never shpclt It either Faith an 01 dont think It was over Intended to be ehpelt at all rut It down without shpelllng Borr London TitBits A Celebrated Goat On April 28 1772 there died at Mile End a celebrated goat She had been twice round the world somewhat of a feat in those days once on the dlscpv cry slilp Dolphin under Captain Wal Hd and once on the Endeavour under Captain Cook She was admitted to the privileges pf an Inpenslener of Greenwich hospital by warrant of the lords of the admiralty but before she could avail herself of the honors she died Dr Johnson wrote a couplet which the distinguished animal for some time wore round her neck Lon don Opinion What Alligator Eat More than once curious things have been found In the stomach of h shark bQt never has such an extraordinary collection been found as was discov ered recently In the stomach pf an ligator This alligator was killed In the Su dan and was more than twelve feet In length lu Its stomach were discov ered eightyfive stones several birds claWs two human finger nulls and three hoofs of n donkey to one of which a piece of rope viis attached Itn ntTrct Ding Yea It taw like going from the frying pun into the tire You know Dr Ulcbarjre cured my chronic rheu matism Dong Well then whats the matter II was paralyzed by the blllltlmore Herafd aRt RbeV Dlffereat sii said Henpeck I married hei jBecaHso I thought her the most erItempered woman I had ever met And nowyou know that she Isnt eryennaometMng CathPlIc Statidard and Tines PEy teRe- Is to really a humorist MHe certainly Is replied the sweet bung thing He actually asked me to marry hun liew York Times WheM Wetf fttr Wsids The man whose words carry tim afost weight la naturally the man who felgas Wia wprdsPWtadelphl Eec GOW5jUCTSWA5INGTOy = oij3j zTitt John M HIgdbul Adrnr itpurJ- 1 j AlafJltt EIIenGrOMt4io4 Dffa Eqa I rjafllalerj ikereof 1002 iinibe above styled cause tleCon I ON AY AUG UST25 1902 t lth1p in orn thereabouts iJ liCninty Court Day lo the high ion iMortt public auction upon a crei to 12mpnthfl the following de scribe pi iperty tdviti IA parcel oFl4ndlylngihl Washing county Ky and thus boundedi Y Pieldla lneglnnlnJtatlIt9nl1n corner I to lotNa 1 tljerice wltiline 6f lot Nu S 70 3 4 N 61 JMO tilerf to stbhe cbrfaer 2 to lot No2ln line of lot No tnence 8 3 124 polel ito awtdne corner 3 to lot No 2 thence S 7034 W pofes to stone corner 4to lot Nbrs In W Kelteyu line thence S J B 34 poles to fallen Honey Lociut tree on Station Run corned to S J Kelty thence S 1 14 W 43 12 to augar and fallen ash trees corner 0to John Kelty thence S 85 2E 5336 polesrto Beech tree near a jfence Corner 7 to 81 Keltyttiiencer 12 W 57 4 poles to a pin oak Cbfripr to MTH Graves thence N 831tti poles to strke corhex y to Mrs Graves theace N 23 34 E 61 12 to stone corner 10 to W Field and Mrs Graves thence N 71 W 242 poleHtq stonq corner 11 to W Fieldsf hence N i2 W 446 pole tp the be ginning containing 121 acre r 2 roods and square poles For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved security or Sureties mufit execute bonds lea1aglega1Jnterestfrom date of sale untUpaid and having theforce and effect of adjudgment and with alien retained upon the land to secure he payment Tof said purchase money and intereit Bidders will berequlr ed to comply promptly with these these terms W F NEIKIRK Special Commiiiiomer GonMissionefs Sale WASHINGToN CIRCUIT TKY Margaret Barnett Admrxplff vr v Squity W H Godilett c By virtue of a Judgei tandorder of sale of he Washington Circuit Maytenathereof II shall offerifor sale on the premlcie on SATtJ1PAYJpl6IdoZ- At oclock p m oi thereabouts the highest bidder at public Suctioi tipfollowingA tract or parcel of land rituatec in Washington county Ky and oj the waters of little Beech F rk be ginning at a lai ge took conic u Bat ow bro hery iilo corner to S i he r then e with a4 BarlowS52 ic W 11535 poles tea Beech insald lln thence lleavjpjj said line and running over the ridge a follbwi Vt 76 iit6 15 poles to a stone near 1 white oak then 8 87 14 W 9 14 i bles T large forged Beech thence Ni Isil Wl 35 poles toa stone in middlcr oT Steep Hhllo Braecb thence upanu with middle of Raid branch 4234 polc to a stone opposite the mouth of draini how corner to Charles Barn n thence up tlir Landetof said drai Jj 1012 poles to astone af the foot oi the ridge tneisce up aaidrldgeas fpll lows N jr2W 5i 45 to small nut N 84 14JW 10 12 pql pto acton N7G 12 W l83f5 poles to astone N 12W934N093tW1l2 toa tal white oak N 72 W 9 25 poles to 4 small sugar N 73 14 w 812 poles to small oak N 72 l2w 568 to a Dogwood In Rev James Chesters line N 36 34 w2 35 poles to an old Popbrf stumy thence yitb 8anieN 27w 18 15 pples to another large Poplar stump corner to Chester thence with hjs line up the hill N 144 E 28 12 poles tp a atphe at th ence thence with said fence S87 11E 858 poles then e S rA5Bl2 15 POles to corner of said fence tbemfe with another fence N 14 12 E 10 potICN 5 15 w OC8 ppJeV thence N 30 12 w poles to an old sycamore PU branch comet Jolt Hardeaty thence with said Hardeaty line N 18 12 E1 45 poles toa stone accrofl the branch thence 12 E IS pole tea itooe near a large tree thence N 58t E 33 35 poles ton stone lathe old Dower line thence same S 46 E21 34 pole to a atone thence N 68 12 E 23 poles to a stone- thenceS j 68 S about 15 poles to a sycamore tree on county road thence wh said rojid to fiddle of pike thence said pIle 1 J poles to a stone corner toSleetciesser thence with said Chcaser aa lollows S ill 12 w 37 35 poles to a small elm thence i 47 Eil5 poles to the beginning This U ajiice little farm located on the pike about miles frcm Springflejd Ky About 20 acres in fine timber the remainder in grass and 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