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JI wWMEit p6 y A IIriTi It ttit ILL M 1Irt ZFt c Zar 1 ftJ fseiiJ oJ I Y No 28SPRINGFIELD LRA WASHJNGTONCOUNTy KENTUCKY JULY 17 i O2 T L1 1oo4YEAi 9 r I 1q ie i ik 4 J f i rj IECTGRY irR I f1 wlJiw jmWHHCFIKLP couaty seat of j WfchClti Co RtYtSimile south t1tJ1iiJiHWn 59 mlc from tffitU ijfoaa Aardttowij tfntnch ol tSiiinHlc aRd Nashville railroad in ajIbmliHr a d agricultural district 1Pw Basks telegraph and telephone pr oce ourmUlsluzubei yki Foliation 1100 population of ity5Mt 4a r tative in Congress Hon D IJRi4k Ife4enTllle Xy iBcfrMeatative in Kentucky Legiai lBre Koa G A Dphoney jSr e tatlvc in State Senate Hot 1WK Fwyear CawpbelUville Ky Cwaty IErsctry J f v CIRCUIT COURTs TiCkedtCourt Ikegins en the fourth IMiTariiaMapJmndi Qcto cXrPattelltnJadg XceeieyComaidnweaIth At r fIal1l Jc JfjlHAiCediey Master Commiss 4 il T tr IfQUAJtTE C JJ p rQSUrteriy Court is held on the third Jlay IR tick month i1114 i M i it flNti1e ttCOUNTY COURT ctsty Court me tson the fourth dawky la each meuth 5LtLltseyJudge JffF Booker County Clerk T 8 Mayes County Attorney Qiorgc Catlett Jailer CroakeSherifT I RickardIshaHi F SWaeyrOabbrriet RLMwIlican Deputie Ed Masers 1 James F K Oo nt trv vor J I Royalty iAssessor I T P OBryaalPeput r r Robert Noe Treasurer JM Montgomery Coroner j CITY COURt 0fes Roe Police jpgc T0hH Grace Marshal iar5iiClaybrookrV citY Attorney J JUSTICE COUKT j3Jwstlee Courts are held iu Jafiuary a1TilJulyaadOctober Church Directoryl tdnJL v s BAPTIST CHURCH Rer pebrgeW SwopeastorsSer Aicea every Sundayat lit sum and 730 L ftm Sunday School atiTiSO Prayer Meetiaeroa Wednesday night at 730 METHODIST CHIJRGH RerV i P Stiles Paftcin Service emiSRrst aad Third Sumla hi each MOBtMiatll a matd730pII Sun 4aIcel r ever3 suTaffimi i v Pny e etiriirJo eed c r y FI lit f YiIrrl1fY r fffttCATOMCiCHURCH kerFF Heanewar Pastor Ser YiseytcT daatl oclock a a eCYices tStXose a1UehoUrs = tCJnuSTLurCHURCH JiilfFitoy Pastor Service- sseca4 aa foartti Sunday in each oatk 1It l rdrj jsI Mtexicc topCK Spriugfleid lo- dx14tet l1 tw end jpyCouday in each tttSi l gtouRO Ch terNo 57 eflliv ry third Monday SfeletiCaBncil je7oS2 meets on j tyicyfouthMondaI KxissoTcaMA AII Jts Meets vyJ finit Wednesday in each month RMBtAacttAWKTiuBB No 54sts every Wednesday uightin fliMcllroy Hall LN TIME TABLE JL1fl4iixttrsTTraths e 11 Aft V Ar Lprtogfirld rs120 IfisVallyTI1H361 NBooker47l114 tit 5 J8 X rVh1IlVtl Witt Erly Titn 151 1oHf 15Brdatown 55 1 auareth seIsi 4 11 i 414384 Ie 4b1850 9Y 1405 Gn l4 61I 7 W r ta Isbt T 5 00 tata risiWi 79 r Iubra727-Ytj skFaek7 9 lItk LoHfaTllle 150lJ55 i LTLwikTille Ar 8T54ft l v t tt 4Myh ruw a swres jst 4 feet sbtitb WhitAtg W41 i gac br ese fer we I certain Yyire k wJM to for other I chef r nll J 8iY Fi k aistbimtlfMl a4 dK hair liui ikPisLgrwO4erI triA SLR INI DAY I ttiy 3t a Q1R1se1ab tIIelIk- ieJllt1ll J i tW Groe sig k Prkc25c tf I1JELr i e 5i Q 71tLKE wI6 I l RM Il jjrY JFFERENT At abo ttb1- slJ time last year the town andl surroundiriglcommunjty was in B furor of excitement oser the l poxll of Health physician was summon ed and tha case was quarantinedI and the county put toabig ex pen e in establishing and mdin taininga camp in winch to isolate the patient andthbse who had been exposed jtp the ipnta gion Aftet the allotted time no Oth r seshavlng developed the excitement died down and the fugitives returned to town and except for the factthat the bills were to be paid there wasj nothing leftto remind One of the great excitement of a few days previous llof this was but natural at the time Th ese appeared to be and doubtless were necessary precautions as people were planned at the situation Itiiscurious to note the contrast between then and npw just one year later ii the opinioni of the physicians are correct we have in the townone feniifeie cse of smallpox and a large number of persons who have been exposed to the disease and yet the anf a nbuncement of the situation J hardly caused a ripple of excite ment A few ordinary precau tions have been taken by the au- thOrities to prevent a further Spread but no one nas become t alarmed no one even incontt yenienced by the appearance ofta disease that one year ago created almost a panic in the Community The truth is that recent expe iences with smaIlI SdiseRahumanity We hear of the disease in many localities It hasf prevailed in parts or Washing ton county recently but it isc rarely that a death is reported 0 Tfaexlack of fatalities in the epidemics has caused physicia and others to doubt that thesmodern affection is the real oldo genuine smallpoxthe kindi thatu years agq nearly always killed and which created a panic wherever itappeared It may bej that vaccination has modified itsieffect or it may beta new disease physicians differ on this point but the modern small pox is not the terror the old kind was H i TI OOL LAwIts astonishI cing how nany fool bills thes average State Legislature can pass and how many good ones it can kill Among the fool laws passedJY the Kentucky legisla tu f J1liVhic iisjnnow hav ing its effect is one to killr alt tenfevshows and circuses The i frimers of thevbiUprbbably did iiot jntend1 it to Have tnatteffect butit is having it just the sa iefThe iaew law provides thatrevery fiItlejjua coumy must pay a license amounting to on dollrfor every one hundred voters in the county This will maKe it prohibitory j 1f0rLeither to Jlhow Ththtre forjj j rvotersiinl pthis new law the license for a- showj exhibit in the Itwoul4raance and there is not one cirI s w cusin a hundred that can pay fTheCircus day the delight of the small boy and many large ones as well will soon be only a pleas ant memory Already we hear of the cit usnian like the Arab folding his tent und silently stealing away to other states and it is only a question of time un- 1essl something is done to the iin now lwwhei Kentucky will bea passed up by all showsjnd jtacuses m ic OODLAwl Speaking ff fZtktcts of the recent Leg islature there is one good law tliat has gone into effect andfdc whicn every newspaper ihthet state ought to be grateful It is known 4 the advertising law and provides for tl6 publi9hing of court and proceedings in county papers that were noire qmired btheEwise The Jaw re quires that all public sales of any kind ofpropertyi when sdta1 under execution judgem nt or tt iL ItfeOree shall be advertised in some paper published in tilt county of such sale for three con Jsecutiye eeksinext preceedi ig thesa1 The law also provides that whenever any suit oracti u- J iin court ihvolviiig the settlement of an estate is referred to a commissioner it shall be the duty of such officer to advertise the date place and purposeibf his sittings The law also fixes the rate of compensation that the publishers may charge for such advertising The laws of Kentucky hive been sadly lacking from the newspaper mans stand point in regard to legal advertising and the provisions in that respect are still behind the laws of other States i t 4 m HE FAIR The indications j are that the Springfield fairwhich is to be held this year four days beginning September 10 will be bigger and better than ever The premium list has been revised and the premiums offered this year should be suffi cient to ttract some highclass stock The farmers of the county retaking moreinterest in the air than formerly and the ex hibitof home stock this year promises to be large WANTED We would like to ask through th9coIUnnBof your p perif there isr any person who nas used GreansXugustFlow r for tne cure of Indigestion Dyspep sia and Liver troubles that has not been cured and we also is sourstomhabitual cosLivenessoervousd- yspepsia headache despoud feelirgs sleeolesstfess in fatany trouble connected with the stQmach or liver This medi Vrie has been sold for years in 11 civiliv C1I1f andwe wishI ii Hgiujni itu y arid send you one of our bouhai frpt fcost If you never tried Au PIower try ceo bottlf irsf Wehqve never kno 7n its thi1 gB so uwethiiimort erious is the matter with you Askyour oldest druggists Mdkes Weak Women Strong have jakeu sour Remicks Pepsins knowIit to betbe best tonic ever used t will make every weak Woman 1 cannot praise It leriDgJFARM FOR SALE iI will at the Court House door in Springfield on MONDAY AUGUST 25th 1It being County Court Day offar or sale to the highest bidder theI arm known as the Kelty farmI situatedseven miles from Springfield on St Rose and Loretto turnpike on the waters of liar din creek and containing about algoodimproven nces puts including otherI Terms One half cash the balance to bepaidii one two and years Lien notes bearing ix per cent interest from date ill be required to secure the particulars payments address For furt deI 2513 Cane F KNEisELI Louisville Ky ClaImsI es11 Houey aud Tar do no adA rtife this as a sure cure tor consumption They do not claim it will cure this dread dotnplaint advanced cases but do poeitively ssert iif will cure in the earlier stages nd nevcr fails to give comfort and relief iu the worst cases Foleys tbcgreatestus substitutes Sold by C J4 Haydon U S Survey Messrs Miller and Cameron s Sunreyorr have located here with their cprps of men for the next five months and have en1edthe cottage belonging to the Curryjheurs on Cane Run avenue as headquarters rhey- aremakingatopographical sur Ifi100Qf government and every ward v everyI ridb r is almost the center of the gJ to be urveyed They are at work in the town this week They told us yesterday the eleva tion of the water plug on the corner of Main and Lexington streth is eight hundred aji d fortyfive and five hundred and twentyfour thousandths feet above sea level Harrodsburg Herald Hois ibIS We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward foi any case of Catairh that cannot be cnied by Halls Catorrh 0 ire F J CHENEY t CO Prups Toledo We the Undersigned ha ve known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and be lieve him perfectly honorable m all bus iness transactions anti financially able to carry out any obligation made by their linn WEST it TTOAX Wholesale Druggists Toledo WALDiNa KINNAN 1t MARVIN Whole sale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internallv acting directly upon theblood nUll mu cous surfaces of the system Price 75C per bottle Testimonials rent free Sold by all Druggists Halls Family Bills are the best ActJiiiimdfately Colds are sometimes more troublesome ih summer than iu winter its so hard to keep from adding to them while cooling off after exercise One Minute Cough Cure cures at once Absolutely safe ActF rainediate ly Snre cure for coughs colds cronp and throat and lung troubles SaVed arwomans Life To have given up would have meant death to Mrs Lois Crapg of Dorchester Mass For years she hid endured untold misery from ii severe luug trou ble and obstinate cough Often she writesHI could scarcely breathe and sometimes could not speak All doctors and Tenia dies failed till I usedDr Kings New Discovery for con sumption and was completely cured Sufferers from Cougns CoJds Xunff and throat troubles need this grand remndy for It iipve dis sapoints jinre iis guiiirhteed nv C J Ed dcr dru r store Price50cap4100 Trial bottle free r Candidates The Demo ratic Committee for the Eleventh Judical District met iJij Campbellsville on last Saturday and after hearing the views of the avowed and pro spective candidates for theoflices df Circuit Judge and Common wealth Attorney decided to ad jjoifrn without ta king any action It is said that a majority of the candidates desired a primary called this fall for the purpose of electing the nominees but that the ma jorityfs wishes in the mat ter were ignored Judge Patte son Judge Reeves and Mr Fin ley Shuck will be candidates for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge and Ben Spalding Capt W H Sweeney of this county and Garnett Graves of Taylor and Others seek the nom ination for the office of Common vealth s Attorney Lebanon Enterprise TIE PRISONER Who escapes from jail is bxno mean free He is under the ban o the law agsinthislate he will be caught again and bear added punish ment for his short escape from hiscellT- 1iosewho bv the use of pafltetive powders and tablets escape for a Ume from the sufferings IUItheas the es apedpria- oner Soon or late they will gobackto the old condition and pay an added penalty roc tempor yJ tieesew Jr Pierces Golden Medical Discoy try cures dyspepsia and other diseases of the stomach and organs of digestion and nutrition Its cures are lasting For about two years orSI suffered from a very obstinate cuticfdy 11belfaith in them all I was so far goncChat IcoulcfI IoKC not bear any tolld food on my stomach 1steep1 four months ago a friend recommended your ktrealmentI 1 t continued the medicine I hare taken threetotUea and am convinced it haste mycosc complished a permanent curs I out aoBI rdfltiPCPti btlblf rPr Pierce Pleasant Ptlkt stimulate IeiVtlJj sGreatBIuff Considerable excitement was created in our city Tuesday morning about 9 oclock bv the rcport that Mr B S Kincart the electrician and superinend tjheretj his home on Main street near the Presbyterian church Prom what information we could got it seems that he and his wife had been having sem disagree ments when that morning he went tOrthe post office and re ceived a letter for his wifes sister who is visiting them and after reading the letter she han lit to Mrs Kincart to read Mr Kincart insisted on reading it before his wife atd they had trouble over the matter He told her that he was tired of liv ing that way and was going to kill himself He secured his pis tell and tried to drag her into an adjoining room to see him die so Tie said She pulled away and closed the door between them At this he commenced firing and she believing be was executing his threat ran over to a neigh hers He fired four tines and then ran out in the yard with blood all over one side Drs McCbord and Tom Cleaver wero called immediately and he was carried back in the house where an examination revealed that he bad received only one wound and that in the left arm He was only trying to frighten his wife when he accidentally shot himself The ball passed through the flesh pf his arm just below the elbow and although he suffered considerable pain neither the bone nor the joint is- injuredLebanoni Falcon Polsoalai the system It is through the bowels that the bQdy is cleaused of impnrities Con stipation kceps these poisons in tue system causing headache dullness and melancholia at first then unsightly eruptions aud finally serious illness unless a remedy is applied DeWitts Little Early Risers preyent this trbu vbe by stimulating the liver and pro mote easy healthy action of the bowels These litile pills do nat act violently but by sttengtaening the bow els enable them to perform their own work Never gripe or distress Hay dou Robertson Two bottles Cured Him was troubled wijh kidney corn piaiht for abont two years writes A H DavIs of Mt Sterling Iu but two bot ties of Foleys Kidney Cureeffect ed a pesmanent cure For sate by Wot J Robertson Drmr Co JY a man Liu to YOu And say some other salve oIntments lotionoil or alleged healer is as good as Bucklins Arnica Salve tell him thirty yeara ot marvelous cures of Piles BUt nsBurns Bilos Corns Felons Ulsers Cuts Scalds Brusies and skin Eruptions prove its the best and cheapest 25cat CJ Havdons drng store Miraculous Escape Mr W T Moore of Parks ville was seriously injured in a runaway near that place He was driving a trusted team on pie pike when in some way one Of the lines slipped out of hisI hand and fell to the ground Mr Moore apprehending no danger stopped the team and attempted to recover the line by out on the wagon walkingI horses took fright and plunge and run down the road Mr Moore was thrown back ward Ijutihis feet caught in the douhletrees and he was dragged head downwards for nearly half a mile the horses running at nglloffutilesseninguti of a line in order to check the mIbut was unsuccessful until by desperate effort he drew him sell foward and seized the hind foot of one of the frightened an imals causing it to lose its bal lance and fall to the ground with such violence thatit wasinstant fly killed Mr Moore then suc ceeded in freeing hirnselfi from jlhis dangerous position but was badly injured Onepf his ears hraas fornoff and nearly all his clothing was torn from his body liIewa badly bruised aridisjna lserioUS condition Danville Ad vocate Jt till ts wkk JH i July Weather It may be of interest 4to the ptiblico know that the first ten days of the present month have been considerably hotter than the correspond jg period for last year For the first ten days of tthe present month the mercury has made a total registration o 944 degrees against 895 iast year Since the tirst of July 1902 tthe thermometer has never been dayShass JJuly from the 5th to the 9th it hovered around 70s and80sOn the 10th the excessive hot weather so well remembered be- ganf to be felt and continued till tthe 80 During that period tho tthermometer went as high as 108 Extremely dry weather was Coupled with the heat CA TIT lOh lhis is not a gentle word bu when you think how liable you are not to purchase for 75 cents the only remedy universally and a remedy that has had the Ilargest sale of any medicine in the world since 1868 for the cere and treatment of consumption and Throat and Lung troubles without losing its great popularity all these years you will be thankful we called your at tentionj to Bosch ees German Syrup There are FO many ordinary cough remidies made by druggists and others that are cheap and good for light colds perhaps but for severe Coughs Bronchitis Oroup and especially jfor Consumption where tnere is difficult expectoration and cough ing during the nights and morn big there is nothing like Ger man Syrup Sold bvall drug gists in the civilfzed world G G Green Woodbnry N J A Summer Trip Unsure passed on the Continent 4 The trip to Salt Lake City or to the Pacific coast via that point over the Denver Rio Grands and the Rio Grande Western is the most beautiful in America No European trip of equal length can compare with it in grandeur of scenery or wealth of novel Interest Then Salt Lake City it selt iis a most quafnt and pictur esque place and well worth the journey Its Morman temples tabernacle tithing offices and church institutions its hoi su pher springs within the city lira its its deligtful temperature sunny climate and its Great Salt Lakedeader and denser than the Red Hea in Palestine are but a few features of Salt Lake City s countless attractions There are parks drives canons and buaatiful outlying mountains and lake resorts Imagine jif you can a bath in salt water a mile above sea level and in water in which you cannot sink Inquire of your nearest ticket agent for low tourist rates to Salt Lake City or write for in formation and copy of Salt Lake City the city of the Saints to S K Hooper general passen fier agent Denver Colorado Organized Dr J N McCormack pitesi dent of the State Board of Health nccompanied by Dr William Bailey of Louisville also a mem ber of that body was here Mpnt day and organized medical so ciety to be known as the Ander Itlisi in the county become la member of the body The meetings will be held the first Monday in each month the first being on August 4th Similar societies are being organized in every county in the areehglI Dont Tail to try this Whenever Tm honest trial is given to Electric Bitters for any trouble it is racommended for a permanelflt cura will sure be affected It never tails to tone the stomach regulate1 the kidneys and bowels stimulate the Hyer invigorate the nervesland pliJj y tbs biood its a woadejrju tonic lor rup doWn systems Electric Bitters posItive cures kidney and Liver Troubles Stoniache Disorders NervouSness Jeepies8nessr Rueumalis Neuralgia d expels Malaria Satisfaction guaranteed by OJHtdois Only RQgebJsIt Foteys jf4rlad Thr- ke Iwwamt Js JWr 1 PO Lt I fIMd Wfadfeftome I q fl Singular Bccurance remarkable circumstance m IA with tne death of Mr John D Bodine pf near M ud who died suddenly June 23 is re lated in the Standard Onthe 14th of the month pine dysb9 fore his death l fr Bodine went to Mr Ham Shewmakers a 9JurjmakersMr Bodine with a pocket knife cut a small branch from an elm tree which stood bear by The branch was cutavyay in the fore noon and during the afternojan of the same ilay1 the leaves on the tree began foflrop and con tinued to wjthen untU the death of Mr Bodine when the elnias discovered to bei entirely dJand at this time iH is almstbe reft of foliage This super natural occurance tins caused a good deal of commenVia the tneihborhoodBjirdstowttStdard Treet your KWaeyi for Raiatis When you aresufferiug from orb u matism the kidueys mustbeattondcld to at once so that they win eliminate the uric acid frem the blood Foleys Kidney Cure is tiSt moat effiectiye remady for thltf purpose R TBop kiss of Polar Wisisays Afterun ecssfully doctoring three years for rne ma ism I tried ojeys Kidney Cure and it cured meJ Icaiinot speak too highly of this great medicine Sold by WoodrRoWrtspn Drug Co j v Kentucky Iafr pates Richmond July 1419 Geprgeto n July 222ft Danville August 58 DQxillgtori Agnst4IIIShepherdsvyie August 1922s f Lawrenqeibuji1 1922 Maysviile ApguSt23 Shelbyville August 629 London August 2759 Florence August 0 Germantown August 27 30 Bardstown September 26 Eliiobethtowtf September 912 Springfield September 1S Glasgow September 36 Ewing September 1113 Horse Cx ve Sep mbr17 20 LouisviUSStenber2227Hartfor4 Need Horc help Often the overtaxed organs of digestion cry out for help by Dyspepsia patus Nausea Dizzi nbSSHeadJche Iver com painl3 bowel disorders Such troubles call for prompt use of Dr Kin s New Lire eiJlThey Are gentle horoug h and guaraded to cure c at C JHay dUrug stop Died tn Alabama News was rec ived here Tues day ot the 4eatb of Mr Frank 157 Harvey in Alabama of typhoid fever He bad Jeen ill several weeks and his parents were im mediathlysiimmOncdq Ins bedside He eras of son of Rev w Harvey of Louifcvillei and waso young man of many sterling qualities The remainsi reached here Wednesday and were taken 4to the Vesjdence bs brptber in lawMrw Ci 3 lrwberQtn funeral services ttook place at eleven oclock Conducted bythe minister of the Baptist chufch Rev W M Wood The JBody was laid to resttiin Spring Hill Long Hair About a year agorny Mt wcoming out very fastaG I bought- a bottle of dyers HtlrVlidr It atoppet the r lUnlanrlriIH M hair veryrapdiyi1fltIl It 1545 icchedn1enUtJMrIA BoTdstop Atchison Kiss Theres another hupftr than that of tht stomachr Hair hunger for instance Hungry hlrneedfoq needs hair yigor 1rsThis isfwhy e say that AyersHaitVitpralway restores color ndaake the hair ftoirrloQf and heavy Mil bui jut your dr Iat Ks 8M aa4 as siia bs4tIe Ie 5a I43I1 I IU r0 t JJaco IJIMf J aiiA i DWJIG rwi i fHarrodsburgSpcjaif Young Har reyvwas a nephew k pfMrs S R Gray of this place Hedied atjthe same yo pittl ia which Hubert Glftybro kfivpf this place is coQu d wi4UM sanledise aS typhoid1fefer j triL Mother ajwaysKasps14ksay 7fVcMy mother suffered allong tirae 4 from distressing1 pains anil general ill iihealth duepdmenlytinaigeatloRI says r W Spalding Verona Mo Tyro years ape I gof her to try Kodol she grew better at once and irat the age0f seventy six eats any thing abi wants remarking that she fears no bad effects as she has her bottle o Kodol handy Dont waste time doc faring symptoms Goafterthc cause If your stomach issotind your heaith will be good Kodpl rests the stom ach and strengthens the body bY ditgesting your food It is natures oVm tonicsCJHIydon Historic Place P6ur omfi 1d correspondent writes The old home ofJohi Young Esq grandfather Ex GoY John Ypung Brown and Dr Youngofthis place brought M it was to ashes a few years ICU 4 1tttionsbyclourslate fa former days St deeply were the impressioias earlier days engraven upo1l1th memory pf ExGov Johp You = Brown that he delighted vis iting the old home and gays many items of interest tot e j 1lag1 kindfateliad Destined this pat spot to send from its walls r ti4lttiaFar1te1I known educator Prof iSamuel Pulton deceased afterwards purchased this horn and to many of our people a flood oi school day memories come surging forth at the mea ttpn ofhis name ErrenalSr George Fulton and Ex Judg i 5 John Fulton of Bardstown Wire his sons They too spent their earlier days at this place The hpuse was built in 1817 andIs situated about S mile e1t jitsdestructionperfect state of preservatio 1itf walls being strong and durable Nearby in the cemetery rHt John Young and wife The oli fashioned slab that marks their resting place dates far back M to style oi finish remindi f mi of the English Westtaimitter slab Mr T Rose deeeiewl heirs and family oweed the farm at the timeof thefire E tmre James Stone and his family lifti there for severaiyears BjirflUij town Standard ThatEs Cream Balm desenri all that has bcea sal4 of fcy 3 M rquipk relief and final cure ia oMlsah cases of nasal alarrh and hy fyc tiria1sl ef3s utt coMj by drugistioriilled iy Ely pros 56 Warron St ITt t Mt OllyetArk May17i1f MessrsEly BslaesI mtobottle of CreaiaPa1i fly aiM 1 think it liihat rs4kise l ths world for catarrh Very Xasccnfl i J 1iIod jr S Filed ltfor10otO DNIPaynthrYiOL of placelihrougff his attorneys 9P MarshJ Ttif forgan and L n Carter fieiitint i the An4e son Gircnit Court against Leir R Brown and X B Zimmrnaior 110000 damages claimed to bus duo hint as a result of ai jurticlf published toy the formeF nth Spjencer Courier frothpen off Mr Zunmermai The petitioni says that the article pjibliebei wrongfully uhls1fullyncLk ously renders the plai til VaoeV hictndidacyiibMlilit be fore the people ptthicny and tijuosj hlproIpIe election the oflfee oi iseitative AB4enio NwsI0 iJ= = F pr vws ifi WrikifDs41lflw- tes 41tW biroc tm- W7eyt vrgs5 I- asid foleys osyad Tsro I assreouire SOM J Cl sy4oi i I w r Tr J 4 1 TcH NI v ILEADEF I f = flit MWSLEADEBjfoB- LUKXD XYMXY TZU3AY I j V A YEAR IN ADVANCE iit tiij PNGIIELDKY bj tJDAVISONJr cc FroXJSBXX 1eal or btmtaoM apUces JO cento w 11 lfccba4r ttewrtWaaa5j e r Bent insertion f taiatec and political matter 1MBt per line gT0b work Is deee at low rates bat cash MistbepitdondeliTerybf goods 6rtlslag coatracts made on liberal irtaff SbLtr1ei alIt resolutions of respect 3 i ats per UBe I AXH00NCXXZH- TSeaatr Magistrates I 350- JwaJtypiteWf KO- OOfiCtctCMBees jJ KOO THURSDAY JULY 17 l2 ForCircuit Clerk V are ftmtborlzed to announce the t same off OJF BOStSY aS a Qasdidate for the office of Clerk If MM WasfelBgton Circuit Court wbjectto the acUon of the Demo I ra partY 1 The wording oft call for the selection oil the public school question which has been pub listed has we learn caused some misunderstanding among the voters as to the amount of the tax which it is proposed to raise for the support of the school The meaning of the order is that a tax not to exceed 50 cents on every 100 of property may be levied From calculations made as to the expense of maintaining ttt the sehoolit isthughtthatthe ate will be 25to 80 cents per f 100 certainly not over the latter figure The rte willbe flied by the trustees when they are elec tedprovided the Question carrie and tile lowest rate possible win be agreed on that will support the school The question of in creased tax is the only possible argument that that could be put in opposition to the establishing of the schQOl and when every thing is considered stich as the increased value of property and Mother advantages to acru we dont belieye the grounds for opposition will stand It is our intention between now and the election to LUlly discuss this t matter which we con siderone of the most important moves ever made lor the advancement of the 4 best interests of the town and eoalmunity J j Precious Picture Frame Perhaps the most valuable frame ever made for a picture Is that 4ncioses The Virgin and Child wblcbI cathedral of Milan Its size Is 8 by 6 feet and is of massive hammered gold with an Inner molding of lapis lazuli The corners have hearts de signed in large pearls and precious stones are inlaid around It It is said 4to have been the gift otnrlcbnuo Bery audits estimated value Is 25000 Quo of the pictures in the Vatican at Rome Is Inclosed in a frame studded with jewels so that the value of the frame nearly equals that of iepic lure Many continental churches have pictures with similar frames of great value iMtlmct of the Mudish The remnrknble instinct which causes thejnaudflsh to roll himself In a ball of mud when the IrS season approaches is a wonderful provision of nature In tended solely It would seem to prevent the extinction of the species The most Interesting tact about this fish 4s that It breathes by means of its I gillsVhen in its native Cement and by means of lungs during its voluntary 4 fTotit In the mud cocoon havfciud cciilm ie UK y ikDnugIlt3eckMdpsfryMet l I scsrjp NMtlKiIeL 4kierMckthat1avCJiW hcarIIy1UeIRo 4ttaiowMraeftecki Me 1 sboufdBOttt 1tkk persons should expect to be atockUcIerae Dont stuff them with wdrtk ua foods Unload the bowel aatMir Up the torpid liverlYldt8e aIwil1bo cured ibtbepoeej BlckDrauhtr mo UN IiIii iftakahieattMolnXldlcifleaIId1twW1a1forjtlA Cowiridbe7IQIlieolvetproblem ublood fr ltheID Buy eaiJ from your dealer I IMill illI iliiiiil iii QW t rows From The Gount tt I t1sppnIns Amwi the GMntylP41s-I f i as Rsprted by ur Correspor dents ii HM MMr0 4 MM sl l WILLfSBURG B D Wens is quite sickat this Writing Ifteports bluewej1l have evmaresoonsoonDr MeU ffyitt and wife are visiting relativesl af Bloomfield this week Brother Campbell wiUfiU1his pulpit at The Christian church on Sunday morning Miss May Miller has been vi siting friends inBeechland this week She has r turned home W S Gibbs and his son Cecil were in Beechland Wednesday to attend the BirchBlantpn wedding Quitea large party of young people wentontiand stormed Miss Ida Birch and her gnest Miss SnOdrassast Saturday night All had a gay time Jerome WelisTida Birch Es telle Lizzie Snddgrass Will Shir ley and Mary Bell Grider attended thesinging Bill boro church Sunday forenoon All report a pleasant time Arch Birch and wife of Louisville are visiting his mother at Birchwood Arch is superinten dent at the Bourban Stqck Yards Wear sorry business calls him home so soon We are always glad to have him come to see us Miss Lizzie E Snodgrass of BTarrodsburg Ky who has been the pleasant guest of Misses Ida and Nell Birch has returnednome Miss Lizzie during her short stay here made hosts of friends We regret to givo her up and hope she will come again Mackville George Warren sold a cow and calff to ClbarlieCamdon for 35 Willis Bottom sold a 10 year old horse to John Haydon foiv90 Wycoff Case bought a 9J35 Jb cow of Harry Sbewmaker at3c Reuben Bottom sold a sow and six shoats to Turner Hall for 20SR P Hendren sold a bunch of 17Qpound hogs to Peters Co at 6 cents oBlake Arnold sold a bunch of 1200 pound steers to A C Me Dowel of DAnville at 5 14 Its W E Case bought a five vear old combined mare of Boone Brown of Sharpsville for 115 also sold one to Will Shirley of color for 50 Our boys played ball with Texasandyour boys or last Sat urday evening aud won as usua1 he score standing 18 to 15 in tavor of ourboys Owl Greek As I havent seen anything from tuis part of the country for along time twill jot down a few items We are needing raiu now Mrs Felix Noel is very low at this writing The singing school at Hillsboro closed undayiCorn and tobacco are looking nice around here Mrs Hardin and daughter vi sited Mrs Robert Mattingly last week tdl Robert Mattingly and fain ily visited Mr J M Montgom ery and family last Sunday Miss Minnie Mattingly wbo has been visiting her aunt in Texas returned hOme Sunday MaltingIYVlsitedJheir JohnMatthigly lastweekweekMr P M Howard of the Pleasant Grove neighborhood at tended the singing at Hillsboro Sunday Mr Robert Mattingly and J Ikf Montgomery bought a nice bunch of hogs from Mn Byron Parks last week Miss Bettie Mattingly one of tbecharminf1ungladies of this neighborhood and her brother Joe wereln Texas Saturday and Sunday ratham Springs inlthisclit fJl1Springs I Litsey spent Sundayat II1 John inrsprltheSpringslut George Arinstroflg and wife VisIted friends here last Sunday Miss Minnie Gaff of Antioch visited friends here Friday O Horn John W yerkes of Dau yule is at the Springs this week Mr S lie Lawson of Mackville visited friends near here last week Mr W M Foster has moyed his saw mill to Richard Pinks tons place people1froSprings Sunday Blackberry pickers came near having serious trouble on Pra thers place last week Several young folks from Bloomfield vicinity visited the Springs last Wednesday Winfield Lawson and uncle H A Shields traded horses last week Lawson pot a barrel of corn to boot Died on the 13th of heart trouble Mrs Thompkins of our village Her remains wero in terred in St Ruse cemetery We have a good prospect for a good crop ofcprn and tobacco In this section Tobacco worms are quite numerous and are putting in good work on early tobacco Public School begins at Rock bridge schppl house wilbf Mr Thomas Prat er as teacher Also at Sweet Homes hool house with Miss Laura Crouch teacher Mr Everett Keeling is teaching at Burns schoolhouse Mist Lulu Cokendolpher teaching tha In dependent school and Mr E P Dedman the Pinks top school Hfllsboro Mis Sallie Fitzgerald is visit ing Miss Qena Shewmaker J Wi Sujrherland closed his singing school here Sunday Mrs Adaline Thompson of La Grange is visiting friends and relatives it this place Mr and Mrs Dudgeon of Texas are the guests of Mr George Williams and wifel Mrs Martha Shewmaker bought a farm from Mitt Sween ey near Mackville for 3700 Mr Will Sutton and Misses Myrtle aid Sallie Mtchell attended churcn at Fairvifiw Sun day Mr Henry Reed accompanied by Miss Lizzie Fitzgerald spent Sunday with Mrs Sallie Gruudy near Valley Hill Mrs Lucinda Mcllvoy and daughter Miss Mattie left Mon day for Maroa Ill to visit her son William McIlvoy Several young people from Wil lisburg attended the singing here Sunday Among tIN num ber were Mr John Sutton Miss Rena Shirley Mr Will Shirley and Misses Mary Grider Lizzie Shirley Mr Harry Greenwood and Miss May Miller BOOKER Send in your postal card all of you that intend going to the Mammoth cave Miss Lulu Thurman of Lows vine is visiting Miss Louise Settles at Locust View Old Growler has hit our town again June was too wetJuly- is now too dry When will he ba pleasedIMrs J W Suit of Louisville who has been visiting the Misses Jones at Rays Summit has returned home after a two weeks pleasant visit The whistle of the thresher is heard all around but wheat seems to be turning out badly and of a poor quality not making overa third of a crop MOORESVILLE Jeff Smith is having his house painted Dr Shehan wks in Louisville Monday on business Several of our people took in the singing at Polin last Sunday Born on July7th to the wife John B Lambert a twelve pound son A shower of rain would be beneficial tov our community at present Clay Duncan shipped a car load of cattle from Booker last Saturday John Gribbons and Nimrod Smithwerelu Springfield Satur day on business speQcerliIplaceJast Mrs Jeff jSmith and daughter Maggie serein Springfield Tues day afternoc n shopping- W E Keightly was at Mack ville last Su daY we presume to see his best girl Charlie jnes a respectable colored man died here last week of typhoid p leuraonia School will open at Fairview schoolhouse July 28 Miss Bettie Cokendolpher as teacher W P Royalty and W H Keightly htd 1800 bushels of wheat threshed last week Oats and t ay harvest willlwind up this wejek Farmers then will be readV for their fall work Prentice ioblit and Harvey Stone of near Bloomfield were here Saturday night to see their best girl There will be Sunday School at New Hope Baptist church every Sunday morning at 9 oclock Nimrod smith sold to J W Pash of Nejson county a male calf for 25 to be delivered at weaning time John Gribbons bought 14 head of sheep from Nimrod Smith for 89 and a hog from 1 M Lynph for 450 weighing 75 pounds Miss Dessie Weekly has lost the sight of one eye and we fear will lose the other as the last report we heard from her was unfavorable Mrs Carrie Campbell of Springfield Who is visiting Mrs Josie Settles spent a few days last week with Misses Nannie and Bessie Boblit of Bloomfield It is reported that Messrs J D and J E Barlow have bought Mr Jack Johnsons place near Woodlawn for four thousand dollars to take Poss sion Janu ary 1st 1903 Edward Goatley and Miss Myrtle Virgin sur vised their many friends by goirj to Spring field and getting married July 9th Rev Swope of the Baptist church officiating Miss Louise Settles has re turned home from Louisville after a delightful visit She as accompanied home by Miss Lula Thurman who will spend the summer with her Jas Huston of Chaplin had the misfortune to have both bones broken hi his arm while adjust ing a belt on his threshing ma chine one day last week We hope he may soon recover Mrs George Grigsby went to Louisville last Saturday to have a delicate operation performed upon her by Drs Peak of Louisville and Shehan of Maud We hope she may soon recover That death loves a shining mark was never so strikingly illustrated than in the death of little Mary Chesser who depar ted this life July 8th in the tenth year of her age She died of cholera morbus She was the daughter oL Mr Jess Chesser and had be ajnaking her home with her uncle IBruner Carney Mary was as bright a little girl as I ever met Her death was a terrible shockto her friends as she was sick only a few hours Interment the following day at Rockbrldge Services by Rev Simms Peace to her ashes IPLlIAM The corn and pat crop between Chaplin and Taylorsville is the best in years Corn and tobacco in the vicn ity of Pulliam apd Tatham is very prosperous at this time A fishing party of men and women are having a jolly time on the river this week the men seining and thewomen preparing dinner Mrs Thompkins at T tham Springs died Sunday July 18th She leaves husband and several children among which is a blind boy Mrs Tbompkins was a member of the Catholic church and was buried at St Ro se ceme wry July 14 John Sparrow bought a sow and 7 pigs for 80 W N Keeling bought a sow and 10 pigs for 36 J H Royalty sold a cow to Clarence Mitchell for 25 Ed Sheilds Bought a 2 year old mule county court day at Taylorsville for71 Other sales were One stow and pigs for 25at old cowand two calves 23 Horses brought from 25to185 owing to quality Mr Merritt Bond who resides near Chaplin says that several sears ago he aLeyerakOthr rl Psiti andiwct- N bacoci1ect b4i tztcdw- iLtiEurtkaBu ucuOiLkre sIsuthedaip StItches ionotbrcak Noroughur Sold ererywhtre li incanr all suu Mule SUncUrd Company j men were harvesting when a1 fisherman came up with a jug of minnows Bond says that the hands had some water in a jug and that he Bond thought he would take a drink but in so dping he got hold of the wrong jug and did not detect his mis take till he had swollowedseveral Of the minnows He said that the little fish did not make him sick but eer since that time he felt that tiehad been in the swim This is the same Bond that the Kentucky Standard had yoked up with Morgan and the ox in the last issneof that paper Mr Barnhart near Chaplin de parted this life the 2nd He was with no exception the oldest man in Nelson county He was born in Pennsylvania in 1802 Had he survived twelve days he would have been 100 years old Mr Barnhart was liberally educated at Scranton Pa and was one of the finest workmen in the county During Jthe Mexican war hewfisfiferto Gen Taylor and with him when the Mexican army triumphantly entered the city of Mexico During the late unpleasantness he says he played his favorite instrument during the conflagation of Atlanta and during Shermans march to the sea Foleys Kidney Cure purifies th blooo by straiuing out impurities and tones up the whole system Cures kidney and bladder trouble For sale by Wood Rybgnson DrngCo Why He Dlilnf Get Her Prospwiiivp FntlirrInlnw Do you ever iiiiiMc or nuinUe air Prospective Sonlulaw No sir Prospective Fatherinlaw Do you ever drink sir- Prospective Sonlulaw absentinin- dedlyVeI1 dont care If I do sir Smart Set A Church Lottery Ticket George Wnsglngton says the Phil adelphia Record conducted the Moun tain Road lottery building a public highway with the profits and in nr anteroom ot St Peters church at Third and Pine streets there hands In a frame on the wall a ticket frovi a lottery that the church Usclf conduct ed The ticket Is dated 17G5 and reads St Peters Lottery No li7f 0 This ticket entitles bearer tp such prizes as may be drawn against its number If demanded in nine mouths after the drawing is finished subject to such deduction at is mentioned In the scheme The slipof paper Is two inches square and printed but the signature which is that of Henry Harrlpou Is written The amount of the lottery prize cost of the tickets and the good use to which the profits were to be put are subjects of which the verger of St Peters Is in ignorance Another Solomon A har e dealer in a Scotch town having hired aborso to a solicitor the latter either through bad usage or some other cause killed the horse when the denier insisted upon pay ment by bill If it were not convenient pay cash The lawyer had no objection to grant a bill but said It must be at a long date TRio dealer told him to fix hisI own time when the man of law drew a promissory note milking It payable on the day of Judgment An action was raised when the so lid tor asked this presiding Judge to look at the bill Having done so the Judge replied The bill Is perfectly good and as Ibis Is the day of Judgment I decree that you pay tomorrow LlUe Any Other Man The following story Is told in reterI ence to Mr Lowells second marriage At the time when rumors of tho event ofleIMrs Lowell and a firm believer In her husbands permanent widowerhood took it upon herself to deny the gossip every time U met her Finally however the announcement came to her from such extremely good authority that herfnlthwnashnken She wrote frankly to Mr Lowell that she hind heard the reports and persistently dented them but now began to doubt her right to do so She begged him to let her know the true state ot affairs whether she was to believe him a nevertobeconsoled husband or all Just like any other man answer was prompt and brief Inner Madam1 Yours like any etheri They Poat Like Rata Theretsr Queer thing about Italian laborers said a contractor who employs ft great many of them and that is that they absolutely refuse to work In the rain Stop a minute and think Did you ever see a gang of them work Ing In the streets digging trenches or doing any other manual labor In the rain Well you never did and probably never will Just as soon asa show er sets in no matter bow slight they will scramble for cover If the rain continues they wilt soon complain pf feeling sick and knock off for the day One fellow will have a sore throat ah t pther rlll be doubled up with pains in his stomach and others will suddenly acquire severe ailments of all sortS ItIiis useless ip attempt to do anything with them and pretty soon they will alt go trooping homel04 Philadelphia Jietrd t gtttttttfiWjiliNIiIi liitw iifj t J iWe PjUrB- it j j4r L A f i t fI I by ffle r 7a d it I oiF i i canaffoi1 figures 11ouse full Call and make a selection andbe ready for Spring r 4 td wo + TJMi JfJtt f d1 IYou must remember is near at hand an dJ j i rei IiWe make a Specialty QrNortherILS Seed 4 t I t ti r j w RYlM M Dyspepsia Curs eatthustha offoodneyezfalls aUtheuwanythousandscured after everything else failed Itprevents formatl n of gas on the stom eatingDIetingnnecessary It MBtjMlfl lid OhicasTb lwaY8pIeed h POpullil WMAHJJ COLLARS They are Stylish Comforiabft CUARANTBBD LiNeN ahavyAQUATlANDI I Sold by live uptodata ansichants everyhoro or two maUoaaVan Zandt Jacobs Co Troy N Y TWO NOW 0TYLC I 4T- AaORfrol1t nBaCk2ULuapI OK TRJTABFronUUI IUk23- PrOnh24 51ck25 Jfrol1tI 4SpccUl Inducements to Duiltrt Spend the Summerat ASHEVILLE Charmingly situated in the beautiful Mountain Region of Western Nortli Carolina known as the Land Ql theSky Easily reached by the Southern Railway Clear Bracing Atmosphere Good Temperature Magnificent Sceneryr A delightful retreat from the intense heat of the Surhmjr uLandof the Sky book free on receipt of two cent stamp for postage OH tfungerfqrdl D PA Louisville Ky1 G B Allen A G P A St Louly M H B Spencer Gen Mg- rSt Loui M doeinf make prosperity if the expense is greater Did you ever figure out what Ickneus cotsyuperear doc tors bills medicine bills etc etc to say nothing of the cufferihg Rheumatism strikes likca knife in the bcle if left alone With Perry Davis Painkiller the terrtv ef tile disease arc neaded off Painkiller relieves muscular jcranps lumbago neuralgia and sciatica 85 and6centv TWekhtkcCsre4NiM 1wasvtroubled wljhx kidney corn plaiht for abont two years writes A H DivIsof Mt SI erling lu but two bottles of Fpleys KIdney Cure effect ed a pesraanent cure For jale by Wot J Robertson Drnir Co Foleys Hnney r 7ir Andwe to elLthernaj close J Om riaow of some pfthe laiestanS nob 1 iStinikpr fj SEEDING 1f 1i3Date THOM1ONG iiNr 3SPRINGFI Kadal f m 1 I Insurance ftJ Iij ReTeried t tISOUfflEBN MUTUAL 4 t Investment Company7 Or ja1 1GaWMcELROTAGENT Springfleld Kj r t r CEMENTAt Lowest Prices 4 q ROUqHLUMBE f DRESSED LUMP = lt 3ASHand DOORS lr it LATH and SfffSltftS I CONTRACTING j T- Anything in the building line at the SPRiNGSf rELD LUMBER OgVard rrsn CALL AND GET PRICES J4j w w w w ICLOTIIESTO SHill r 4 H i IWEATHE r Y- Thatis whatyou want idtWliolt it I t4irsI iavethem4irs a t 4 fUur stock of PCMMvMS Suits Hats iind JR Shoes containyvi aUj 9 variety saind ffbgjjjSrt jrt1Pp values 1rY C 1J 51 ri rtt t a ILi 55I fliThe LadI6S1 1i We extend a brdial inVitatioViltf vteit g t f O rstoreantlinspect our stock Ofill 4Summer Dress Goods and Hotipoi Tife f I 1 i f 3 1 Call and get prices We are MakM I h 1soine speciall bargains t I uruildy Glaybrookeb fr IdIUVI fmr m m t Fiiw StMMd lIEN P SIMMS JORWPfSIMMI FRANK W SIMMS SCO t Lifefy M and Sale SWfe 1 t ifew 8QdStyli k Rigi aM LII1 Sixtial outflts for iPtYelling MMi Oi a trial Comfortable stalls and good treat i ment for boarding horses I PHQNE7S tL SPRINOFJDLY 7T T TrTTi ftE BU1M h otENT DENTiST i TEETH EXTRACTED 1 vimour PAIN I tit jH Meei J M1 MwGF1LaJ KY Allf1 Work Striotly J ftl1nt cw i0 t jom j HLAMPTONI 4i LtIS lSa j f r1 PIJI LD XY W l lUD7EDr JUnekitrti rr- BMkO wir iMtiM iHrer PtoplM D bd 1I12wpw i i jj FGRlpSBY I AtTONEYATLAWcm e eT Peoples Bank ffllVOFIKLD KY n I i d wrks I llteV- iTi iRi e Tablets curt e4Jhteaet aT N3 Car opaT L WJMimtN MICNHJAN I44 m ThrMirleepH cars from I UrtsvWc iIag81 l cars rannlng to Northern Miifaa resorts from LaaUvillt vlrPtMHylTaBla Short Li and p i RiliUtflway The Fishing Line in wilbe tJiI June 22 1902 leav iglIsyI11e 4pmdaUyarrJvIDg PM NkeyTraverse City Bay View Hafber SfriaiN and MaokabaAy Olty aaSmdraiBg Mackloac Island at M4Mi1l0 kOB dining care For I tftfM iaforMation address O It Hag ql D PA LoBtevUle Kt t qlCommlssiontrs Sale I ASHINGtON CIRCUIT COURT KV a iif vMlMi Hdie Brown Put I Mit Equity MLsMattk Brown c lfts LBY virtue ofa tfudjfnicnt a nd order of tie of the Washington Circuits dr dWttb May term treof 1902 in tbea ecaueI Sillprpceed to ofer for sale at the I CirVHouse door inSiringlIjed Ky g 3 i A1h JGTLY28 1002 Anil oclock am or thereabout pf WiagT County Court day to the highest iddeF jatPubUc A vIouc I I uiea iJ edof tely and twft Efppertytowit 23 tcertain tract fvory rparcelj of land iylajfind being itt fcWaaliinifjon coun tlKeintucky aqd 4hu bounded to 0 wit OB the north and west by the Mof W Rudd and George Clem eiTto south and weat Ly the landdof ifls Barnett W R ThompdonTand Ci jfeadone heirs ana eat and south by the Little BeechFork and is t supposed to jcoqtain 315 acres mere 01 lefe tcHeerorsecurity or sureties must execute bMtd bearing legal inter At from date ofj6aje until paid and having the force aiid effect of a Jud iuent Bhlders will be required to iuply praaptly with these terais A MEDLEY I C W C trow t j I RAC5 l I IEW FIST TIIIII r t1rSsH MXMte aa4 TIIIM Cky sad LAIIA CiTY WICHITA NtN N BALLASrORTWOIITH J ai s1p4MsMlNsss sad skis SskvsM AM Wa Saew tkes sad sat lam spst proi4sd = ser4s ikta sad all r e4ei 4 aysg ssaTI rsasdalev aIn BMl lHv r Division earcnllNrttM 1 si ul hMuvIs iae1- s4IaCSb 1watI R er- Jtt 1M JlarTquoat will be eerfaH IiMW MJIr rspiaa I 1 Ji AgtDttewkui It iEACU ItTINHT TIjmI1IlIKtwjItHl kuJlifilI rsd M which wIln iyJssM1s 4p eiPenzsyi Ywm iHwct tiMMvte iBdiaaapoUs as 4 JLafMMpoct oVtr Ya3ba Line thLsOi via G Zk Ltte leaveltJii1SawItai4sMDo4t 730 i a fltfrrniiwf tlMitCliMrbft niLC tJL GiI fMm C HBar ee4D Pa4yjJy 4 iIlLludiirg e I TOWN UidIO11IooiairIi1Lical s1 latrutThe FfMhtftt and Latest All A WMt Y ur ir Friends ad AcqtMintaiictft Krst class sfihumndcar mel syrup at purry4lz Trips j A good second fiand surrey for4Bale b arton TapS 1 Jt See oUr 10 and 15c counter Qur yqp FOR SALE A complete but fcfiers oufet Apply to Dr H H Hord br Simon a practical optician will beat M Searcys for a few days Eyes examined free T Irvine McElrbys telephone is No 47 A full line of staple and fancy groceries try liith BoRN To Mrfpid Mrs GL Haydon a boy ToRevnd MrsG W Swope on the 15th insfc a boy Telephone ito NO 47Jf you want prompt attention to your grocery orders l T Irvine McElroy saleIOrchard Grass seed McCHoRD ROBERTSON The spelling match advertised lust week s issue to be given iovthe ladies of the Christian church is to be Wed night23rd All indebted to me can find my books at the WoodRoleft on DrugCoMns KATE WILLIAMS DOiit forget to call on Dr Simon the optician He will bet M L Seaucys until the 26th you wish to have your eyes ex mined for glasses There will be childrens dity- ervices at the Methodist church on the third Sunday in June atfttjj lOtSOam There will be a prdr ram of recitations songs etc j r1The Fourth Quarterly meeting the district conference of the Methodist church Springfield hargeivill beheld at Pleasant- unchurcu on Wednesday July The Washington County Crl red Teachers Institute is in sc1 sioni this week Prof F L il Hams of Louisville is the con ductor andthe proceedings are both instructive and interesting The ladies of the Presbyterian church will give a Lawn Fete at he home of Mr John Y Mayes oh Friday next at from 4 to 10 pm Refreshments will be served and everybody is invited A decree was handed down in the Washington Circuit Court granting Lizzie Crow a divorce from Davis Crow The suit wai brought bythe wife and under thet iKentuckystatutest the efiect of the decr eisw give both parties a divorce sb VanArsdalether pop ular millf rat Litsey has sold a half interest in his mill to TT proIceedlers and up to date machinery with aview of turning out a first class articleof flour Robert E Ray aged 20 years and the son of Mr William E Ray of this county was adjudged a lunatic by a jury in the county court last week and ordered sent to the asylum at Hopkinsville The young man suffered a sun stroke about four years ago and kis mind has been deranged since at time tt There is a good deal of interest being revived in the national game and Springfield hasa pretty good array of base ball talent A game was played with a nine from Mackville on the home grounds last Saturday that was quite interesting There suit was 32 to 11 in favor of Springfield The local nine also defeated poor old Lebanon on Monday to the tune of 13 to 12I Mr Gab C Wbarton the real estate dealer sold this week for Miss Hadgie Browne alarm about two miles from Spring urnpikeltoMessrsR Wharton The farm contains 216 acres and the price paid was theIhouseaat 2000 on the purchase preiThe land is a pat of the old E Brown farm and is good property TOPICS n II Telephone to No 47 for prompt delivery l 1 T Irvine McElroy M account books are with tieV Wood Robertson Drug Co Please call and settle MRS KATE WILLIAMS There will bea game ofrbase ball Friday afternoon at Simms Parkbetween theregular Spring field nine and the Has Beens Charlie Noe John Shader Bob Noe and others who were stars in their day will once more appear on the green diamond and they say will give the young sters a few pointers on baseball The game promises to be inter esting A small admission of 15I and 10 cents will be charged Rev Walter E Purr of Pine Ville preached at the Presbyter ianchurch here on last Sunday morning and evening Rev Purr is an able speaker and a clever gentiemanand made a fine impression on the people during his short stay in Springfield The session of the church reI questsms announce that there will be congregational meeting at the church on next Sabbath immediately after Sunday school for the puroseof considermgthe question of engaging Mr Pnrrasa supply for the pulpit until something more definite can be done towards calling a per manent pastor In our report of the result ofI the teachers examination week before last it was stated that Miss Adele Thompson was given a second class certificate When as we have since learned Miss Thompson received a first class certificate The information was furnished us by one of the examiners who can give no excuse for tho error other than it wasp rely unintentional and careless The examiner who is un married and impressionable was probabiy rattled by hisexperien ces during the examinations with so many fair young school marms and was Jhardly in a con dition to be entirely accurate with his information We take pleasure in makin thi correc tion in jtice to Alt Thompson who is ateacher of ability and ranks with the best A small cyclone passe overt e town and immediate vicinity on last Tuesday at noon and considerable damage from wind and hail is reported The school building occupied by Prof Grant and family was struck and the tin root on one side blown off the house of Phillip McConnell two miles out on the Perry ville pike Was badly damaged the roof on the kitchen being blown off and the walls demolished The storm nassed on east and did damage to fields and crops all along the route H M ONan who had one of the finest crops of tobacco in the county says that his crop is almost com pletely ruined by hail Two large tobacco barns on W F Neikirk pla e were unroofed and a barn on Mr ONans place was also damaged Wheat and hay stacks and fences and growing corn all suffered from the storm The telephone and elec trielight wires all about town were badly blown down and tangled A case that attracted a good deal of interest was tried before Judge Litsey on Monday last Morris and James Wilson young sons of Mr TE Wilson of Wil lisburg and Walter Thompson were arrested on a warrant sworn out by Mrs Doc Coulter and Mrs Charles Scruggs charging them with usinginsultingand abusive language It seems that oneday last week the three boys han gone in bathing in an old swimming hole near Willisburg and in close proximity to the home of the two women above mentiQned Mrs Coulter and Mrs Scruggs who had occasion to pass along the road near the pool of water claim that the boys acted in a very ugly manner towards them and used indecent and abusive language and that a battle royal with rocks as weap oils ensued with the boys clad only in water and sunshine on the one side and the women on the other The battle from all re pprts resulted in a draw Mrs tingwiththeaninouu e enforcements in the shape of a gun but she appeared to change her mind and went to notify her t husband instead wh later hap pened on the scene and attacked the boys with a volley of words without any fatalities occuring The boys gave a very different account on the witness stand They saidthat they were in bath ing ina pool as they andmany others had done before when the women attacked them with rocks and compelled them to issue forth lathe altogether andthat they took to the woodafand to their clothes as soon as possible The jjury or at least some of them evidently believed the boys for they could not agree to a pun ishment The matter was fij nally left to the Judge to settle who assessed fine of10 and costs to the older Wilson boy and dismissed the other two Gom encmentex6rcises Thafirst commencement exercises of the Springfield colored school will occur at the Opera House on tonight the 17th We mak a last appeal to the friends of education in this Please rally to our aid as never before To the white friends who so largely responded last year wed are gratefult And again we ask h that you xert your influence to have others accompany you Re served seats will be given yout Hear the Hon John W Lewis and Prof F L Williams tonight Mrs IjV Douglass and Prof i Tibbs of Lexington with thehome talent will give a musical feast Everyone invited Reserved a seats 25 cents general admission I 15 cents M B GIVENS Prin Notice Parties desiring a good safe investment for small sums with excellent rate of interest write usfor particulars A resident solicitor wanted Pennsylvania Improvement and Investment oii 708 Baer Building Reading Penn For Sale- I have for sale 20000 hickory tobacco sticks Apply at my place 6 miles from Springfield on the Bardstown road For particulars address J H DEVINK 86t Springfield iCy u POP Rent The Jasey cottage with garden on lower Main street Apply to John W Lewis Attorney Buainess men wbo lack therim snap and viger they once liEd vHbuld use Herbine It yvill purlfv the olood strengthen and invigorate the system Price 25 cents at Havdon brug store Sound kidneyt rre safeguards of life Make the kidneys healthy with Foley Kidney Cure Sold by Wood J Robertson Drug CoVHer bine clear the complexion giye buoyancy to the mind cuaee heat ache regdlateu the stomach and how els stimulates the liver abd is in fact a Perfect guardian of the health PriceI cents nt Haydons drug store Taxpayers Take Notice The taxes for the State and county for the year 1902 are now due and it is the duty of every good citizen to settle promptly with the Sheriff I also have a large amount of jack taxes on my list uncollected and these I will proceed to collect by process Of law if same are not settled at once BYRON CROAKE Sheriff WO NoticeV The undersignedfirm having dissolved partnership all per sons owing us accounts are ur gently requested to call and set tIe same HAYDON ROBERTSON Road WaAoit Race A new feature announced for the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival August II to 16 in clusive is a road wagon race for a 100 cup Tfip horses are to be owned in Fayetle county and are to be the bona fida property of those entering According to the rulesl of this race further the nominated horses must not have received track preparation prior to 0 the race The event will be for both trotters and pacers with non professional drivers to drive mile heats best two in three The entries to these races will doubtless prove dUDf9ro l sand will close Saturday August 9 the entrance fee being 5 to be paid at that time Hopples in this race wilfbe barred and a ribbon will gate seond Those whpliva on farms are epec laliv liable io many accidents cuts but s and bruises which heal rapidly wheu Ballards Snow liluementis applied Price 25 arid at Haydon drugstore Mrs Minerya Smith of Danyille writesil had bronchitis for twenty yearV and never got relief until iusedFolejrB Honey and Tar which Is a sure cure Soi4by C J Haydon Hf If IJ0ID- DWIcFTISTFFICICRINB1uTBt1ILDn ferraanently located SPRINGFIELD KY PEPt80NAL Charles Greene has been quite ill for several days Mr Hamilton Robertson leaves tomorrow for a trip to Milwaukee t Mr A C McElroy left Monday morning for a trip to Itansas City Mis Anni L McChord is spending the week with Mrs Head at Burgin Misses Naomi Brown andMary Gilkerson visjted Miss Lizzie Waters this weekIMiss Minton pf New Haven is visiting her aunt Mrs G A Green oftbisplace Miss Lula Palmer of Louis ville is visiting her parents Rev and Mrs S P Stiles Mrs Sidney Green left yester ay to spend the summer wither daughter in Texas Mr William Wakefield andI sister andMiss McCormack visi ed at Rev Stiles Sunday Mr George W Colvin of Louisville is spending the week herej with friends and relatives Miss Sadie Mayes entertained few young friends at her homeb here on Tuesday evening Mrs KateKuhn and children of Nashville are visiting herJ mother Mrs Wall of this place Mrs Robert Noe and son Booker are Visiting the family of Prof J TI C Noe at Pineville Miss Eudora Durrett and xtir John Offitt of Bloomfield spent Sunday at the Claybrooke home Lee Stoner and Miss Laura McChord of Lebanon passed through here Tuesday en route to BardstownMrs Barber and Miss Florence Hamilton will leave next Monday for a trip to the Northern lakes Misses Jane and Bell W06- dsonof Louisvillehave joined the house party at the home of and Mrs W H Leachman near townMr Garvin Bell of Louisville came out Tuesday for a visit to his family who arii spending the summer at the R A McElroy home Dr Sidney Green who has been located in Tennessee was here on a visit to relatives He left Tuesday for Indian Territory tollocate Miss Catherine Walker a charming young lady of Boyle county has returned home after a pleasant visit to Miss Lizzie May Gregory Mr and Mrs H M ONan 6 F Wharton Gwinn Marks Evan Hagan Theo CarnpbellandI others are Fork this week fishing Mr and Mrs SR Gray and family were in Harrodsburg last week to attend the funeral of Frank Harvey Mrs Grays nephew who died Birmingham l Ala of typhoid fever Dan Polin of Chicago is visit ing relativeS here this week Dan is a Springfield boy who iis making his way to the front in the business world He has been in Chicago lor nearly two years and now holds a lucrative position with the big nierchantih establishment of Sears Roebuck 00IViiy Trfe ShnUe Ilantfv To shako hands with a person la rightly regarded us n taken of amity but very few know bow this cuttom arose According to a Trench ethnologist whenever two men net In former times they were accustomed to hold up their right hands U front of them as n Bgo that they had no Intention of attack Ing each other This mark of conS dence however did not prove sufficient In all cases toni man may hold up his right hand and yet It ho keeps It closed may have a weapon concealedl In it and therefore it became the qua tom for the two right hands to grasp Ieach other as only thus could full las surance be given that no weapon was concealed In either of teraiEprmetfy1 therefore this gesture now the tokerr of loyalty and friendship was reciprocal distrust New York Herald IP CommitiienersSale KViUKEquityJames laddrderWashingtonOh theMayproceedSpringfieldKv1902 at 2 clokor thereabouts jeing COunt Court day to jltie Highest bidder at public auction thefollowingwit Three tracts ofla dsituated in Washington countyKy tawitBeginningElla Lewis and James GreeD LewtssUnethence east with Suttons ineIand Montgomerys line to the WiUisturwithSaidgateCor ner to Jemes Green thence west theiieftlnningor rlessTract i tbusbfuldetttocorner OscbrLewisthence 682 feat to a stake corner to James Sutton Sr thence west with Buttons line 166 feet to cor per of Sutton thence from said stone corner to stone corner ofI Oscar Lewis 520 feet third line thence with said Lewis line to the beginning containing 21 2 acres Tract No8 is thui bounded to wit Beginning at a poplar soc rayJors 212W 15 poles to a fallen down hickory and beech tree thence N 48 W 48 poles to two sugar trees on a branch thence down said branch with its meanders 156 poles to a poplar and elm at the mouth of said branch on saidTaylorspoles to the beginning containing 75 acres more or less All of said lauds lie together and form one connected tract of land For the purchase price the purchaser or purchaser with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a rlgr meat Bidders wiIreqnirtd 10 comply promptly wih thae trms THOS A MEULEV M 0- WCC DOCTORS say Consumption canbe cud Itneedshelp Scotts Emulsion youmnstcontinue weatherIfnot tried It send for free cample ChemIsU4OH1 york Soc and tiJxr all druggist There is no louger an excuse for auyoue to endure the torture inflicted by piles when Tablera Buckeye Pile Ointment will cure them a remedy so moderato In puce and so effective Price 0 cents in bottles Tubes 75 cts at Haydons drup store A New Gnlnean ides of Smoking The natives of New Guinea hold te naciously to their customs and though they regar the white man as a being of wonderful powers Und almost super human in his ingenuity they will very seldom acknowledge that his practice In any particular matter is right and the native way wrong Accordingly one of the Anglican mission staff was surprised not long ago when a hUS- band said White women do not smoke literally eat tobacco I wish New Guinea women would follow their example But It rather spoiled the sentiment when ho added Then there would be more tobacco for the men1 Missionary Review The OUter Way ybagsIuIf my suit Is not agreeable to you say so frankly but do not I beg of you tell me that old old story that you will always looc upon me as a brother Sir replied the lovely maiden as her eye lit up with the deathless Same of a pure young hearts devotion I do not love you welt enough for a brother but I have no objection to taking you as a husband A Peculiar Japanese Dlaeaae The Japanese like the Chinese are subject tOil peculiar disease called kakke In which the patient is thq vie tim of an increasing lethargy and weakness and a slow degeneration the nervous system It Is said to b due to eating rice which the stapj food of the country and can beamc llorated if not cured by a change of diet London Hospital A Ttreaofee Story Whaf the matter with you Ive Just beerf asking old Jorkins for his daughter And he sat up rough eh1 fHedld After ho had said Tes he instated upoa telling me the story of his life aodittookl full hour Cleveland Plain Dealer In JavaNatives do Rot glaze coffee with a cheap and impure coating They have too high a regard for health as well as for the naturally delicious flavor of their popular berry The jverY Americas roasters who glue their package coffees do not dre to touch or glut their higkpncedMockas ad Java Why LI Ion flflflfifi 2rat CIM cvlllDi JUST PORE ILsadkiaust YOUR t lL framstoDE f D F SIMON BoardingHouse I1 II9O2 Jio give relief to those who a etro b d1lwith their eyes t mejYoumayptiFew people understand their owaeyes or know how to treathiT t You may be wearing glasses that are only causing an injury to your eyes this you cannot afford to do you may be suffering when theright glasses will relieve you Dont economize by paving cheap cfr iinferior glasses Many good eyes l stby this fearlnlU1 mistake Dont risk quacks and trust no one except those wit experience If froi4 any causEfyouare unable to call at Searcys notify me and I will be pleased to call at your residence onshltVme I make no charge Should you need glasses my prices til1 be ylessyou see Call and Jet us talk about your eyes Childrens eyes a specialtyV Yours Truly I IWInvitefalnspecfa f jf our elegant of NEW GOODS V Sprng Dress Goods inall the new shades Whie Qoods in all the new weaves Waist Goods in Silks Silk dJv Effects r fIr arencrwprep a complete1 st- ockdM1 9f The largest and most attVactiye we have ever shown al1d i LOWER II PRICE JiiThan you will find lseNh re TESTED Just opened out a largII I Stoc of 0RS fs The latest shapes White Pink arid Bluehli VV Dont fail to visit our Wall Paper I Carpet Lace Curtain and Rug Depart ment it iis now more complete than jever befqife j jIIn Shoes we are showing Vtci Kid Patent Calf Patent Kid Velour Calf Box Calf 4c- matieonall J last from the plainest to the 4V most extreme Call and examine them We Guarantee to Suit you J We still extend a special invitation to cash buyers jfAlways giving special c sh prices Thanking you for past favors and fiolicitinga continuation bt yourpatronafti W i we remain Yours Trulyc fcr Ciiijningliain IDU1Wll11 r 1TIS t REBATE STAMFSi yOU W NT And here are the places to get them Everything in Dry G odp Notions and etc of the very j- latest novelties and designs at llmidsnm ir t prices iGRUNDYi CLAVBRQOKE MdMtaIE Groceries Vegetables and etc everything g iafa t fi fresh and the very bestthe rnarket aford Goods Atlirr7 ered in Tdoublerquick time JOHN C SHADER v GD RQBERTSOH tSWrtifl hirrfim Pure THugs and Medicines and U Jlet article Prompt T HttPniioH BteadciUa rters for rebate st4wprpod c WQQDROBERTSOK DRW M j 1 Ever thing in the F ruitore line al te iw- Brines See burnewlijiG Justin tf I IV JOHNtV HAYES f ASK FOEFBk STAIPS EYERJT TIlL VVralErIIuuuIIIr r J r w l =FzP Electron Notsc IiLI c p Ijaebedlln 6 to tn Oi rIl ot thu abfltOn County Courttitd i cld JAr d ofTeuordut itH r = utiir Tune writ 1Otthe uridersijfutU Sheriff uf Mi1gtoi1 CountywflI onSaturda- w 4Lttb yof August 1902 i at the F Kyit uIF artop3 of electing six trustees Qf =a graded common school district an Jfjr the purpose pf taking the guje vf the legal white voters in said fraJde icoBaiBOp school district upon a thoi proposition as to whether or not ri thrwi1I ote an annual liar Qf 50 t v ceijtB on ach one hundred dollars wuldiot property dllnsaid dui J t belonging to thd white vbjters bfio corp ratlons in said district v and a poll tax of 160 per capita oni each yhlt e male inhabitant residing tbrlnper the age 9f 21 years for thi pnrpoSQ of maintaining a graded I e1n1queao0I in saId graded coni riion school district anti for the pnr poSe of pnrchasing rrectjng or repair I Ipg uitatjle bDlldlngs thereof if ned ewa ry fbe poll forSald election will bepporied at seven 7 oJclpckin tIll J ffoienon and keep open continuously 4 until 4 oclock In the afternoop of said SAturday August 9th 1902 And said ir election will be held for the pnrpqse and In all renpents inl the manner sot uinsaTd order anti as prescribed by laW Said order is in words and fig ur as follows STATE QP KENTOCkY r rv i WASHINGTON COUNTY 60 JRT Juno231I9O- 2w O1AS J JIAYDOX AND OifHEKS ON PJlTlo ION TO ESTABUSU A GRADED iEON SCHOOL r nlsday came Simpson Hobeijts and filed his report snrvay and plat of Boundary of the district prp 1oe1 pkocedlugsiand confirmed and it is therefore or dered that the boundary of said graded common school district be fixed and established follows Beginning at 4 mileItf stone counting from Springfield Kyt 0 same being a corner of Mrs Theresa Madd to Thompson and Tucker on e thtcor th aide of the Springfield and B1nstown pike thenceN H E 1810lt to black oak In l L rteet a Mrs Mudds fl 5lUj thence U 45 E 1520 ftto a white oak in the Wheatey farm n af it a branch and also near the line of W uUtleyto MrsTheresa duddaj t 4jncoN51 E 1950 Utoa cddqr iIn WbjBrtey landcalled Martin land in Trn original deficription by mistake thence L N 68 B 800 ft to a stone 100 it south tili Donnely honse250 ft r mtvoJmifo post crossing the line of Wheat t ey to Donncly at Bloomrtelrl and s Springfield pike 25 ft waat of last 8 thonca f 50 E 2320 through thes said Dpnnely toa black wal 4cornerthe line of said Dpnnely tp cs Jds Clements deceasedd N 6+ E700 fttQ a pin oak ina J D Mullicanff land crossing them outs line 153 n from sad pill oadthence E 2100 fi crossing B iIuItiThctiniit line 100 ft from said pinoak into tbajands of said Jast Olements decd r toathhe at4lhe Intersection of fences i in Joe SpaldJnga land thence N 84 E 133cro s0Ing Frankfort pikeat 950 1L rtA a white oak in tao fiord farm and line crosses pike ft south of cm 4 ItVert tbenptrS 81 E3175 through the jlands of said Hord and Mrs Henneesy cross the Hard and Henries jtiy lire t jjnfrluBai oak In Hord line to atLiatc walnut at the line ot Henreaay 3 to1lfjtdgioandi1attle Brown ion a T ridge thence S 78 E 250J ft across the lauds of said Hadgie and Mattie Brown James Waters Matt LhIton and Tayt i InrSpi tiding to a stone at Walter1 WH 1k Hums irate ct lied Cramesty mistaku re in original d tin thence VS5 E 3500Httbroagb the lands of said Spalj cling to atone near Ben Y unga gate jitjt1iuntyroad thence With line of vlSfhg and Spaidlng 48 E1780 ft to ij a it4ne corner of said Young Spalding 2a 11dJstate of the late Richard Parrptt i thence with his line S 63 W2 OOtto a atone corner of Young to said Parrot thence S26 ft to a stone k corner lto Young Parrott and Durrett ofkL to a atone corner to said Parrott to safd f Durrett thence S61 E 100 ft to 4 DairettitRr nereParrotts to Dorretts line th CeSlO E 1950 toa stone in tue w te lge of the Springfield and Mack Vim pike corner of Parrptt to Durrett FSA rvlKeightiy to Simms McElroy r nd Tiorman thence S8B 5540 ft to ItO at a black walnut pa north vine ofPerryviie pike and through thei lands pf RJi lacElroy thence thro1 the lands of H Id ONan S 52 W 1540 ft to a stoae near a straw stack In salt QNanltbeuce S61 W 34t 0fttoasion In Henry Edelen 100 ft east of white oac at a branch thence S 50 it r 9Calf through said Ed lento a stone Ii th ceS63 W2340ftto an oak at a W2500fttoabhleki 1L road thence 8 82 W780Jtto a beech AattheWheaUeyt hoaseandin Yard Inie3 nceN 86 W 4050 ft to a white oak in NfUonProssing the lands tbenceNj tbealandiiiNv1l16wIld cherry tnch N 62 W 1625 ftj JnoWallcr08s1ngtbeLebanon f Mardensa p tone 100 ft arnitHM8 arlstJ ftacroiM StMaryp pike and the lands i of Sam Bpttomi te a wild cherry call1 edbMck walmut by mistake thence N21 WaiOOfttp a sycamore called Irs landWa 3 c4w onblaol exuctleclijjt MId Run hrcteMeBtllj thence NOW t JtOfttQ HOWB in OaB1 bron lineI i ifcaaee S 181 EII ft on line of Corn TI bioa to Ceeli eros k a Mono corner of CJaeilBrog to oittl thence wUh r 1ltot1enrOfiii tlwith LaDeaMsri use toCo qorlletofOamr SSe Kind You Havti Always Bought and which has bCea in use for over 3O 7cars has bornoHho signntnro of sj and haS been made under his per sont1 superviston since its Infancy AlloV no pno to deceive youInthls All Counterfeits Imitations and JustasgpodV are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pdo gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotfo substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worm and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and WInd Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Signature of rZj8 The M llaAays Bought In Use For Over 30 Years VMCcti Tui n uv E31760 fttoaetoneStRofle thence 46 W 1550 ft to a stone on west bank of Cartwrlghts creek InSt Rose tbenceN 20E 1200 ft crosBfngStRos and Loretto pike at 900 fI from stone to a stone in St Rose att N 2000 feet crossing Oartwrlehts creok 300 ft toastonecornor of Wash Tucker St Rose and St Catherines l near a taU tree on a ridge thence NI4 E 171Qftto the beginning Uis further ordered that the Sher ff Washington county hold an elec ion at the lOourt Honse in SpringI field Kyl in said district and for that purpose be will open the poll at said graded common school district on Sat Ang 9th 1902 for tbepnrpose of eledt i Ing six trustees of said gradod cornsmon school district and for the pose of taking the sense of the legal white voters in said graded common school district upon the proposition sto whether or not they will vote an uual tax of 50 cents on each 100 dollars of property assessed belong ing to white voters or corporation in j said district and a pojltax of 8150 per capita on each wblte male inhabl taut therein over the ago of 21 yearsi1 residing In said district for the pur oWof maintaining a graded COlDJ 3non school in said graded common school strict and for the purpose of pprchaaing erecting or repairing r snlfcible buildings therefor if neces clerkIcert fled copy of this order within ton ay4 after it shall ha e been entered udit shall be the duty of the Sheriff tOrdaU newspap published in Wash gt n tountv fortt least twenty dayri before the election and also to KUls1poatedSlacks the election Said tiseraent shall be made within 2QI days after receiving a copy of ordejr Said sheriff shall appoint udje and a Clerk of said election who shal subscribe to an oath for tht faithful performance of their duties On the day fixed for holding the elec jtbe said officers appointed sh at the Court House dInforenoon and close it at 4 oclock in the fternoon of said day The shall be taken viva voce and voteI1t in1I boll book which shall be by said sheriff prepared for that purpose The officers of said election are tol pro otnd toeach Voter who may vote the ueationl Are you for agai ist the graded common orItax and his vote shall be for against the same and for trusses 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 required by Uw Copy attest W F Booker Clk washington Coo ty Court Byron Croake Sheriff Washington County Kentucky HirrodsburA Court Day f Sales There was ot much StOCk on the market as is us alnfl court day aid prices wf re IIt so strong aorwaslie crowd so lane lhe fi low ilg ruxis wi ru uuulo by Auctioneer J J MftGhinibT Pivestoirs w iirlitnv 75lIpomtls each aii3ili JJM hjjidred 13 small stofis ai 2ttell 3 jif ers weighing about 45 PUll uds atSI7 10 sinull cales ui 2 75 each milk cows at 25 io 55 1l iare at 3525 hors tOOi nice black gelding for Berry Grouih for 75i 1 ice bay horse for George Chinn for 12JdI There were no mules on tho mar ket Common vehicles sold fox 25 and 50 DiainohdBently reports selling the following Six milk cows at SI 81922 2630 Two milk cowslresh with calves 295 and 3225 4 horses from 25 to 90 14 head of yearjing Steers at 15 to 25 25 head of threo year olds at 22 Democrat t Sfatisties will prove that a large percentage of deaths among chlldreU may be traced to complications arising from the early souririg6f raxlktact- eria Cholera Jnfantum is the mos fatal disease 0 f infancy d common especiallyamongljottlefea 1 iufaritv yDavisPainkiIIer in the e1nr cwrv itf thebest remedy and saves M ny a childs ife while the doctor iii coding 2S and cent bottles n i dll AJEf IJ4tJ j1 SlhUT Nlvelh VI Not A Candidate Hen John W ferkes reached hone from Washin tbnCity yes terdav to remain several weeks with his family whr are spend ing the summer herb Mr Yer kes denied the rumor to tIe et fectulhat became hern ou business or a political nature A variety uf reports tp this effect have been SHt out from Wash ington in the last ev lays ome tha Mr Yprkss wpild make the race fur Governor at flVe next flection as ih Roose veil candidate The subject has bt en pretty generally discis rd in the newspapers of all political shades in the State It has been ssrtd that siivin pressun1 o ilvl hr broJirh iipyu himI during his tay here to make the tcnti When aked thou tK publish ed uimrs ttl 1 iIcthaL hej IIpui ilk tori ipftculy anti without Ue sliglmsi iHs rvH lam doinir i3t as I alwjvs RepIftportIV fIIiiV Yerkos empiHisili 1r Ya es II a pir n n iiipiculaCand ISCUSS po ItO jiued If th rep r Jim ruinors c n te itn iiiavisil io K mcKy cut 1tiif tiyur wiiii Kim iul gave tlIwith l Mr Granville companyII shot stay at Tatlnm Mr Yet kes now wears a dollar Panama hat whicr is a benD fida specimen of ihe genuine article Advocate Vacation days Vacation time is here and the chil dreii are fairly living otit of doors There ould be no healthier place for tliem You need only Jlo guard against the accidents incidental to mot open air sports No remedy iis equal tf teWitts Witch Hazel Salv for quickly stopping pain or removing danger of scriou cousequcucoa For scalds wounds i used DeWits Icut Hazel Halve for xoras cuts and bruises says IL Johnson Swift Texas It la the liest exiled un till market Sure euro for pile and for skiu disease Beware of counter fcitr HaydonRohcrtaon SarAent Killing h ti 0nes Juiy dII11Jd limi Boss Wits not jus jUed n the ki ling of Sir da LJuign oil Sunduy evening The report says in part William Boss ai d II his father Adam Bos wttit to Lie home of Mis tarteut Sun day Sargent came home shortly after their at rival and all passe J off pleas i tiyt illiitr dinner when trouble began between the brothers inIaw Mrs gargent went ILtothe house acd extracted the sixtoen loaded shells from her husbands repeat inS rifle and secreted theo vVil ham Bos then began cursingr Sargent and railing him vile names Sargent weht into JJje kitchen and picked up his gun Bos9r pl4owedhinj into thdrbom rltrl Saygfepts ttfouthj apotheL lodged In tKeViifenler f bla brqst Sat a6 ouIJeIlIn the yard atid died r whileVis aistiacteiwifei ktieft ov rlchim Adanf BdSs er fftihei truck Sargeiu t9WwilMbe KMft bpiyel wjiile lie Iwdylng Both men left1 with J LIST or GLflSMSIii Claxxtr JOW edl byt h lvusliintuu n tyj Fiscal Uodrt at thovOctUber iermi90EjArnold S iW v ft i1 HAV tow Brton 111J Mi1 1fkt4 + l W WjBt llardrTE r tvfe f L J45 02 Bowls TAJ ivv i tI A e i Xj021Bond vt1j Ji vJ j 4 BbokeivW F5i4t1t r f 97 bJ Cunni hujra lm 1injliittJH ihfv ov C roikeBflr trr ie tMf ti f rso GX DrillP i i y rij5H- e 1 i3iiv v co oo h1Et ljti anwiDjiTMcilaWi l bir Vfonit l fr t Vv j l Edeleu Lo r l i 1M E iulen Cieo lll jwr rundy CliybooIMlicliiit H7 7 u H1t3 dou ilobtfrlson rMj W 45 1 o 4niind lJi ifJJOlJ H iniin Surah Outlieriiio J r 20 00- lichuit I B rl Jd 00 Uhaui Jas J TV rU 2 itiiii all AJO 80 00 ampton Dr J II vf 5ii00 b iue 4 20 Sune 15 CO 60fIcbbOrJ Ed a 00 Mayes JohL1Y lb 2- 5McElry1Siiujz j 5 28 Addd Prr JJCJI V7Vu 9700- Sniju ial oo V 500 alIll v 10 00 SUIIH f E t 35 3100 00- becue Noe Robert 3o 00 Naily Mrs Josie 350- 0pBrvanTP pPi i 2000- OBryin Epel1eJ 1 00 Usbourne J S t 2 50 Powell H B r 550 POlio DrD 0 800 Peterson PCWOII 200 Ray Dr W W jV q 38 00 Robertson p D SonjU 210 School District No 35 l e 5 00 SmucU DrJ v tt 500rSame 00ISame j 10 00 Same 600 sameT 1375 Same 68 00 Shehan DrJ N j io 00 Shaunty Drj Ge M 7 00 Smith J R t V 1 218 30 Thomas Jessie 500H Woc a Wjmsm L 12 38 Clark Mary E 520 Clark Martin 520 uaihews J W 772 iarkwull J A 761 Hates J C 752 the sister of one urd the daui ter of the oilier pleading piteously tfor them to come and help berI herIChildrtn rfeifFmd bdgHl Hi jal aion go iiOv rAI m Ho tell ICIoOjiS UCI Mlld dniI ij4 UJty SI JhII 1o oil att d 1 p iied h mill ja IL vo at If the stomach liver and bowels tail to perform their fuuetions reaUlar y auv naturally the blood beoome cot laminated with impuritios and the Avhole system is in consequence de bilitated Herbine is remarkable in its efficacy in curing the ailments of summer and the disorder prevalent during hot weather Price 50 ceuts at Havdoas drop store A R Bass of Morgantown indo had to get pp ten oc twelve timee in the uitjht aud had severo backeche and pains iin his kidneys Was cured by Foleys Kidney Cure Sold by Wood Robertson Drug Co Trespass now Ar Felony li is rci vt erally known ttl it ilieUls IiriI UUH mad 101 fflr sfn ers n un4 U ri in null nl tnn r np h p Id ii s her J l0f2IiIIishrtl e nn iwfulrir sou wiLliil fI Ioiieu tit r 01 til fof la 1t11i y or haul game reolu vigunsi garden or otr plClIIiSfh wl U same is encloed by ffn o board IIWire picket stone MI an oti r no led than seven feel I height nfter the owner thereo has conspicuously di p uvtcJ 1II said premises on hoard not tssl than twulvjr by twenty four in Iches in size the word ositd and it shall be unlawjnl rq r dn o am to nut ear down burr or oilMrwisH iitjur unv such ft nee enclosingt such orcIard gm pritervo or farm orginsiug Rurded or other pr mSH any any ne foundguilt of violating the provisiobs ot this ict shajrt be de med hilty crutfel hijv dud on c n vifii7jii s1i19tuiri ld5rr fho SaiH pIfilJ PiiSi plp f iiU Waen other thdIcinei1yerfafled takcyoley Kidney Cure tftbsir curcdiWhed Everything erse hagii dfs apgltied WoodR131 IIKoijol Py p p i rDtiMtt wHut y IIIt 5 elerIBM 77jPojsiC J n 4i r Th r llowink Claims allqyredinj rthe Wr M rSllwUlHkt rod otiorh T yi opmf tWil vTE t i o 180 IQOJWilsonj AJ a4tHt dieirm Decist90r the following cljiiiiKacrrofallowwl 7 i V KufbiiH A pjl Url 5 d s 10 tO Yin JeyrI SrQ f vl 10 00 Anoi s V H v5 T 10001 LtgSdlliFit1Ik 41i 2POI MitcjiHli Vm ltviJv v jA 1711 Tiim y Mrs jRG tfvri 1r 3 80 Bnwii Swouney U I 46 18 Cull JN 44 80 Hannaii J U j 38 00 SeRIes Htt F 150 Sam j J f 56 00 Harinui iii i i 750 W6kr WiuiKU v St 125 00 ShiivvmakertU tlv v Mj JO 00 Couity Dubiur tto fijllpwinir prirsuiis Oifirtrs ufr Noveuiliii vltjciion 1901 IBrush tIove Preeinct1NUt 12 Birkhead J P i i 7 20 Thompson Robert 7 200 Dedman Ep 2 00- tiale Ditilati 7 20 MooresvillePrecinct Barlov WBH 200 Williams J B 2 00 Trent Jerome 2 00 Cro Zack 5 28 Hendren PrecinCt v Long Samuel t 12C OPIshamGraham l WL 7 20 RpringfieldvNo5 Waters J H 200 Sansbury PP 200 McMillin W t 200 Parrott T R 4 Kelleys Shop Thompson N P 200 Leach mau B B 200 WE Sutherland Hoe 200 Tbompson S P 480 Spnngfield No 9 Edelen J P 4 00 Nally J H 200 Clarkson W S 2 00 Waters T fl t 2 00- Maekviile Precinct Wycoff Mat CC 00MathErtCampbell SD 59i Willisburg Precinct Hiatt M W t 2 00 Hungate Merrct fl 5 92 Jenkins L W 2OU Steele E W 5 95- Potisville Precinct Punk J W 200 Sparrow G W 2 10 Coyle Gnus 2 01 Buslay C F 5 92 North Precinct Kays S T 2 Mitchell WT 200 OiRobinsonFive Generations We were shown this weeka group photograph representing five generations which was taken on the 25th of last month at he residence of Mrs Matilda tone four miles east of Bur in wh is con spieuous as the oldest1 in the picture having been born in IBiS The youngest is Joseph vipredith Wage born the first day ovf st mont and who is granason of Di T O Meredith of Burgin Mrs Soue has 17 living grand children 87 living great grand children and one great grnt grandchild She is a nitiv e of GiTfrard county but is now re siding 01 the old homestoid west of Burgin here she has lived the past sixty years and yet takes pleasure and interest in domestic affairs vividly remembering incidents of four score years ago enjoys the secular and religious papers of the day and keeps well posted in current events Sue had been an ar dent Baptist for many years and is liberal in the support of Ier church and its wok She biN fair to reach and jaerhaps jiiisK the century mark Huh ilJe 1 ws 1How AboutI Your HeartFeel your pulse a few minutes IIs it regular Are you short of Ibrcat after slight exertioni as going up stairs sweepingI walking etc1 Dp you have pain in left breast side or between shoulder blades chok ing sensations fainting or in1bilitytolitany of these symptoms you i certainly have a weak heart and should immediately take wfu Dr Mr Jleart Cure F IIof Jim 1otOwn1iYI ihne 1tIoll icpj s uhoyeayr Exec re peufaurseriour1y affectedin c lieart J ucfrd rf11iulj xliobt i e hIclTtalt In the left rlioi In ji Jieo wl2r tRc pklpitaiion Iliuand soon l itii pcrisasatrtllefM SBTJIV ti nitist t Indt1J CoirmissionerscWASLZ d Margaret Barnett dmrxplff EquityWBy virtue of Judgement and Qui of ale of the Washington Cirui Court rendered at the May lei t thereof 1902 in the aLive styled caw 1 shall oiler for sale on the premki f on SATURDAY July 26 IL02 At oclock p m or thereabouts u the highest bidder at public auctici upon a credit of Jand 12 months following described property towit A tract or parcel of land oituatei in Washington county Ky and rt th waters of little Beech Fork be ginning at a large rock corner to Bar low brothers also corner to S Chei ser thence with said Barlow S 52 1iW 115 3S plea to a Beech in Said lie thence leaving said line and rnnnfng over the ridge as follows N 70 12 i 15 poles to a stone near a white oak thence S 87 14W 9 14 poles to a 14vSteep Hhllc Braech thence up and with middle of said branch 4234 pole ofadralnthence up the meanders of said drain 12 poles to astone at the foot of the ridge thence up said ridge as ffl loxvn N8Q12W5 45 to email v nut N M 14 V 10 12 polar to itNT 12W HIS poe to astnpF Ni212 Wti 31t N 61 34 W 12 12 i0rc trlI- WiLe oakNV925IoIei toa in allsuar N 73 14 w S 12 n lea to a IOGdInw1 15 poles luan old Poplrr I uim thenv e with same N 27 w 18 i3 po jV to another large PtJIIjI r Lump como- to hester thence with hi linew i p the bill N Hi KM tloult fuastohc at the fence thence with said fences 87 12 K 8 8 poles tl n S 585 B 12 15 pole to corner oft d fence thence with another fence Kt 14 12t 16 poles N5 15 w 008 poles thence N 30 12 w pole to an uld sycamore on branch corner o Joh Yolinel accrosd the branch thence 12 H 15 pjlej ton stone neara larjfe tree thence N 58 HE 33 33 poles to a lhtncelsame toSleet Chesser thence wIth Kid Chcaser as lollows S 20 12 w 3iS5 poleatoa small elm thenceb 4El15 pblcato the beginning This isa nice little farralocatedon the pil1eaboqt 8 milesircm Springfield Ky About 20 acres In fine timber the reniahi ef in grass and cultivation llIswell lfSandhasimprovements Amount to be raised 115D56 Costra 230 T taL f 123180 lor the purchase price the pur chaser or purchaBftta with approved security or surctte must execute bouds beBring legal interest jrom atei lofsale until palda d bavlrigtke force and ffectof a Judgement and with a lien retained upon the land tot secure moneyfndjnterested tp comply promptjy with these terms THOS A MEDLEY K C W C CI 1If1Ift I 1tAWH l 5To1qpy wi aaced j Don tTake rJbti tb f bowels but regular action cannot secured until j the llvw I secrctrs enough bile to make the execute their natural functions agitation and caused Increasing by cathartics doses to IIutll If M tfce eth r liver lc1Jat1d Fever fif Malarial Bilious cRJwttIIinlttlng Fevers and by iolhglo tie rti rf e trouble works permanent tiire FIFTY PER 4 JIl Ic Io ASNLHO AN 1NfIANTER T Arebstreac b theC on it ichlle runs n trains da M iiph U yon want to nl ed andtrbera piVSpleprotper wrii for acopj of oufVhaedsoms booklet Home In tfi3 South it Camera body who Uanloa to condition E1IIUVIfGITASJIL t LpuisVille Hitt i IdSt Loui5L11wy e I 3tt I Li t ucLIlIi I lrAJr M5iq rO 7i1j YII c w dLddI4slfhJ j Tickets onSle Frst and Third t Tuesdeys MARCH APRIL nd MAY lO24S Also Low to1oniSt One te tM Northwest e nd CeLliforrvla Points t ua4 4 For Further InformatIon AIJr t L GARRETT L ffGEO Tray PAght KY 1 = I ClubbingLiptt The best Magazines aric Newspapers publishqd the country offered a reduce rates to NEWS LfeADl subscribers v t ySWITH NEWSLBAP- KJLouisYillePosi daily J87iCotirt ri JouruaIwiceaweekl t Louisville GommbrcialdaiJy 0 Louisville Com Iweckly vVJ Hotxe und FarmJ lPHI mersBpme Journal jj 7 Cm Commercial Tribune iI 4fi incirtnati Enquireri tv v i i 15j 0 unlryGt Dtlt men d 4fO1 Breeders Gazette tttt Ii itertatePoultr1manJ3Ohio ruiriiedeut4 8 f Thn Commouer T 1 tit Stt Lou Globepembcrdtf d7 11 ttry MaL zibi 4C II as 95 flIl eg MIizir 4O up t S Weettv 1S- IIjl er B zar J 42a HafitMVl Ruzid Tabli 25Q- N Y WnrtLixi weekly 11 Muoseys MugHzitte 1 5 McUlures Msigazlne 180- Revtwot ReWec sl Boo- N Weekly TribtlEe I 25 Frank Leslies MO lihlyS 25 The Arena 8OQ McCalle J 125 Jnlldren ofteu cry not from pain but from hunger although fed ab midantly Theiroubteadsea frO iIu enltion their fOodix not assimilated bnt devoured ty worms Ii f iose pf Wbile Cram Vefmituga will de Btray tHe worms and tlje cblldrek will i begin t thrive it once Price 2Scts at Haydoa drug store Ris Kidney eartb 0 s ITSWANToaI btr I t t I acci I oL J Jt i a be lntt5Unesn c KK cf CEKTS BQTTLI Ire tolexas J bet foIWI1UirA C1ITNIj JiHomI jit iWJy Rat uILOUISVUIE 51 N Y TagazinQ qyr 7rriJ2 f 1 t ftAs j ia41qJ t IttIJ1VhIDtofl rt olierpsparsa Jltqlri tJifIIoJi 1 U 110 goodclasiattr t tIu any other flit ij t fSaUxayASeLj 4 ipiJetjtJI u i1s0 fc 4r jrhY l PdJAU1fe1LLXTt r1NTsbeader a1 TnF i t TirIi1 i rwiaeekCthetJoth OieeYaar lxS WtIJtjtita Tr i15O ft11 lii rltlll suli iliI 4h IlilLbCcmfntoig r ltJ l plfttntJ mast jbtt Jth111 iitulitstsvs R t J1fJ ntt1et 4 r t f I PATENTS C I I I or poo sad w as4 IMEIAYN I IaJIteIsrs4ss T I SWIFT8coI PmIuPMatMswu1ItNikILa sstiisvIIk i lAdaRSISIIChicg retyvaAI l Punsy1vaiti UTiusttLtaN StatIon LoIyIlh is ipim 4 oils daily Mkia trains lexvi tpkt4 LS ancll30pm FaMips C IartyD P LopvU jk