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NJ i tLI1Iii JI AIJ f f J iIJd IJ 4iL LiIhi1J I IL =vo LX No SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY JULY 24 YEABILJe i f Li i I 1 i cFISLD co tyaeatof WaiuIt lt I Y1S Uea auth r yJfroxjilj3oWbCh i- i4c qitnd Nsbvme tjLrpd n a tIJaB1rlt t 1 tti it TaciI telegraph at1Qne j xpc4frsoffiCe ourlibyrdI P pIatibn 1100 population of a4iisty 1SO rs f t li4ntativen Cpgresj1neU t Laa4HociKnvll1e Ky tJ1tpitative an Keutucky Legis latwKjMfe G Afcohoney 7 S 1tere cfctatlvc in State enate Hon Lf t t trCappbellsvUle Ky tJ y F nty nJ tryr fJt i L f CIJtctnJcO IR ji It C ei o itiepurth Utb Iary May and Octo- W t +CJC Pttsn JHte F Wi welM Cmo eilt11 At wca4 JF ulI Car c TAMed1eV st rCqmmlss v ir tc7aQUARY9OURT Qtberly Court is held on the third J JDL4ayiH each moAt tB i itsey i jj rl iCOUNTY LOURT crteets l rt1ij- Jt kieachzith i 1IiseyJc W k osMtvCJer- kfr I l 51b1 rAttorneY1 cCatfett Jailer 1 By CrotkekeriiT 1R tIeka ik ipr iiE RI MiilLkau 1eputaes Ee ter4 R r J F 4ooreCoirnt V ya1h Aseicsor 81fc T 0 Bryan Dipty 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4IftwitjGO2 f5S1 l1T Yarly TImru 6 32 i ti 1hV11 6 23 I h 0A630Ses 4i III reJ h I 641 3-MIt V5 iJt t18 b 05 S j r J1 t lDedlJeI41I41 90 ao L 1 L iJ r S 5 J rAMllrlll r t Arl 1ur J5 1ji r f r It I 11li i911 llCj Wlyen= feat l JIiIitAoHfr certain Jy t itMh lI k t JG abis1JU4i1 l ore fit ra iiir t fjIHlfi htf1 fr F r lot 4 tliJlJlDt rj t 14IISQS1I1IiItJTabr 1 tIet do1 4fsa I cr ZW Cryis 1tig rk 4JSMA7t j liwcfiFrictiSc t r Hfi ftiJnraA fra ira i HH Hfi ljf1 ft ROll D 9fi1LK 1 Jg b isLEADiNG The 1an pr thfiiI emjperatic Ure1 mitteei for this judical distnct to tike any action towards calling J a primary ophventibn to nomi nate Candidates J for Judge and Cmrionwealth Attorney has caused some protest from candi dates and prospective candidates The iTon Muley Shuck of Marion jwbp wishes o Be the next CirC1 Judge took the mat tervsQ to heart that lie appears in an interview in the teb anon Enterprise of Itfst week and taken a crack at tho mem tetho the committee whom he intimates were influenced and controlled in their action by Judge Char iS Patfceson who will- beivcandidateto succeed him self and who is opposed to an early p1imary In the course of his remarks about the comzhittee i4ngMri Shuck creditsMrt T Scott Mayes the member from this county with making a fltafemerit wMqhj Mr Mciyes de clafesJheduL fnot make Mr Shuck quotes Mr Mayesas say ingfthat he Mr Mayes was npta candidate and would not be a candidate for either office Mr didsdidate hetgpuld ijot be one According to partyjaw a member o a county district committee must resign andidateEorafbounty Mr Mays probably didtiotcare to resign from a dommitthebclorewhich there is yet some important work be causeYoi the possibilityof his beinga candidate for an office to beJypt d on 3af y Janla half linceThe troth is Mr Mayes can hardly uifordr to disregard hisidistrict who are urging him to become a candidates Mr Mayes tine ability as alawyer and high inpfajt character andantegrity ex pBessljr fit him ipr ho office of Circuiti Judgeiuid besides Wash ington county should be entitled to the Office nextume any way fo CHORD The campaign jcL for Railroad Commissioner jiatWssdistrictiisj on and no less hari five ambitious office seekers have started out to secure the office twhich has been so ably held down for several years by Chaz1JeMcChRrd tMc flIor- dhoesiiesihodfficei frohrte- rm is up and dduiaf inw 1iitr vv f ST1 campaign isi welk Qrganized I geneiahhedoes ru 5Vi JV HikeL noV makethmistake jo unde restie enemyhjfijaSwin Frpmthe present outlook r McChord has his buncjpfiopponents beaten amle andijtiiB npl likely that 1feA will lose any strength between 3rt w and the date of tha conyention which will be mnOctOber of this yearT f oi eeo L Thw1ccrf a1 P Jbac raisdQlthjs seasoiy fecojcging totgfffttf iaR J the reports pf sqmeQf thd farm ers Tobacrgwerad lard luck and a b drwithhecrotfihthe first plade Thee j j5f tly1ant beas faied andthe cutworms played the mischeif with what plants that were put out The season has not leen- favOrablto good growth of the p1antiforsonie reason and uri improvejcrdpin thiscpTinty will be sfiortt and pf poor quality I w U r1mi r1 local patrons of the telephone abut the poor service received Seine nphthsagowhe the prop rfrti andlinesof the Washington Il1 T ep1one Telegraphy Co it ifasAnnonnced that the change would result in great improve ments intbeserv1cea dtbi sersp the lines would hIvj- oc3iofl t rejoice lna ettr isf l3 t it 2- 5an4 more Upto date service Up to the present ortijij rj vice giveiitothe localpublic liasl been of 4 nature more calculated MM to be a cause of annoyance and protest than otherwise Very little has beendgnet improve the equipment Pf the lines and exchange at thisqceand there par to be no disposition oa the part of the company to do s Mr Phil McChord the loc U manager and his assistants we beleive are doing all they can to give the best seryioe under tthe circumstances but the whole equipment seems to be in need pf repairs and remodeling Ae belewe that one of the conditions under which the Cumberland Company enjysthe xclusive privilege of operating an ex change in the town is that a good andisatisfactory service be given ithe people Jhe town trustees are representing the people i nl that c niac1and it 1SUp to ttyosBrpfficials to see to it that ht lephone company comes up ifItf its end of the agreement or suffersthe consequences l IJI rf AREL SSW e1 Miave had lnumber ofcbmpklnts reo tcehtly from subscribers who patronize certain small post officea throughout the county of not teceiving their paper It seems that these postmasters in small offices have careless way Everybodysmail any loafer about the store Es pecially is this trite of newspa pers There are a certain lot of dead beats too stingy to subscribe for the county paper who make practice of hanging around the country postoffice forthe purpose pf getting their stingy hands on a paper addressed to some one else and devouring its contents The chances are two to one that the fellow then either throws the paper away or stiCKS it in his jpocket to take home to thecold woman to read and the real owner of thepape1 never sees it and epnsevjuently jus the editor The inpostal ut re gard to handling Uncle Sams iriafl are strict and a newspaper is just as much mail matter as a WehavclOC8ited if these worth P Ms dont look a little out they may be called onto do a little explaining f WANTED would like to ask through I1e1r ns of yourS Paper if tSefp is any person who nas used Greens 4ugustFoweifi- ke Cur pf Itidigestipn Uyspep istaXand Liver ltroubfes that hasI not been curedand WI3 also mean tneir results such as sour stomach fermentation of food iiabitmtT costiveness nervous dyspepsia headache despond feelings sleeplessness in fact ant trouble connected with the stomach or Jiver This medi citie has been sold for year in all cifrlllved couPthries andwe wish to correspond with you and BelofVst Flower frir one bottln first Vve hive nev ir knoTn of jts failing1Is v something niore eripus is ihe Iatt r with you i gistskrcFARM FOR BAlE t at the Courfcj House door IWiJ 1don u UGOST 25thI 1t heinJlouriv CJourfc Day offar theIIrmSpringrtleldturnpike oa tlAe waters of liar din creek andjContaining about 138 acres of Jan1 Has on its good five room house arid other iimprovements including good fence Terms One half cash the bal anceto be paid 1in one two and three years Lien notes bearing six per cent interest from date iwillbe required to secure the def rredo ayment For further particulars address 2513 Cane FfKNEISEI Run Road P LouisfillOKy failedakeCurc4wheB ev fjthinjteeba dfs poined Wood R oherlson Drug Co The State Primary Tlnited States Senator JGS r demooratiir reservetionbeen heard from but as he js cpmmitted to the election of United States Senators by the direct vote of the people iit is reasonable to suppose that he favors the tilling of all state offices through the same agency Without exception so far as The Times knows every Democratic Congressman in the state favors primary Practically the voters are everywhere unanimous in their advocacy of a primary They believe that they are themselves as capable of choosing their state officers as is a convention and they are quite sure that the work can be done as honestly by a primary as by convention by the people as well as by a lot of officehunters reaching out for tle emoluments of place rather thanjooking out for the best interests of the party In plain English they are of the opinion that they are entirely capable of attending totheir own busi ness without the interference of the convention middlemen They demand a fair free expression of their own wishes and that matters in which they are most vitally lilterested be left to them for settlement They know that they are honest and they know that conventions are frequently not And if any candidate fer any State office believes that The Times is misstating conditions or overstating the situation let him take the stump in opposition to a state primary and see what will happen to him Not one of them dares attempt it Glasgow Times Hon Ibis We ofler One Hundred Dollnra howard tot any case of MtairU that otnnot be cnied by Halls Caturrh C Ire F J CHENEY A p01 Props Toledo O We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 yaarSj and bo Joe him perfoqtly ioqoiablo laalLDus J iniss transuctloiis and financially able to arry out any obligation made by lvr linn VEsT it TTUAX Whoiesale Druggists Toledo 0 AVALDINO KINNAN k MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Hall8 Catarrh Cure is taken Internally acting directly upon the blond and inu cous Hurfacos of the system Price 75c per bottle Testimonials cntfro Sold by all Druggists Halls FiLmily Pills are the best Acts ImMediately f Colds are sometitnes more trjouBle someih summer than ia winter its e0 hard to keep rom adding to them while cooling off after exercise One Minute Cough Cure cures at once Absolutely safe Act ll raciediate ly Snre cure for coughs colds cronp and throat and lunr troubles SaVed a woman Life 7havegiven up would have meant death to Mrs Lois Crap of Dorchester Mass For years she had endured untold misery from a sev6r3 lung trou ble andobstinate cough Often she writes I could scarcely breatheand sometimes could not speak All doctors and rema dies failed till I usedfDr Kings New Jispoverv for consumption andwasicompleteiy cured Su- fCodsLnngfijrer rpttfCougns and tbroaC troublest need this grand remndy for it never dis sapoints Chre is guar bteed bv C J Hatdcn drug store Price 50cand 100 Trial bottle free ii4 f t i 2 iHen vy Lois Theffjpodsituatjion on the MiSt sppiaboveStLouis is grow ing svprse hourly and has not a parallel in the history of that section of the river The lossl in Ohio Missouri and Illinois points is estimated at 000000 Thdro is every prospect of thist reahXng 2000000 to S QQO 000 lines when the high water reach es the lower stretches of the river The largest cprn and wheat crops e erready foD har rgedlI JTJ QtJclaimQtJ andncTcr fails to give comfort ftnd caesiFoIey1Fopyrar tel Fgfhjiat aid nlrogreatest remedy Re se substitute Sold by C J Hayd n Lebanon oCillsfi fiFrA headend collision between two fast freigh trains occurred on the main line of the L NT one mile north ifB vJrngGrierr Saturday night Two nien were killed and several others injured Both engine and twenty two fears Were demolished and the company loss Jsi estimated t more than 160000 The cause was an error in orders j Mrs Catherine Wilson age 84 years fainted and fell on the floor of her room at her home on Water street Monday and susr tained injuries to her hip that has given her serious pain ever since Drs knptt atiid McChord attended her but say there are no bones broken Her friends fear that lieu injuries may provo t4 more serlbus than was at first expected Mr Monroe Greeriwell a prosperous farmer of near New Haven brought his wife to Elizabeth hospital Saturday where she underwent an opera tion for a cancer Sunday Dr McChord was assisted by Dr J j Greenwell of New Haven Mrs Greenwell is reported as being very much improved and the hope is entertained that her life will be considerably prolonged Messrs 0B Cleaver and Joe jg Spalding who recently bought the BoldrickTennelly Cigar plant here have dissolved partnership and Mr Cleaver buys thej plant here while Mr Spald ing retains the one at Springfield jVIr Cleaver will manufacture the New South Mynopia and jLebanola brands He is now employing four men and will iri crease his force as business de mands He is a gentleman of jhigh character and good busi ness qualifications and he and his family receiye a hearty wel pome to our city The Springfield small boys came over Tuesday and defeated the Lebanon boys inagame of 111 by a score of26 to 22 If the Lebanon boys large or small are tired of having defeat after defeat registered against them we would advise going back to their recent custom oLebanon vs Lebanon then Lebanon iis sure to win We fear that should a Lebanon baseball aggregation win a game from a neighboring team the result would prove dis astrous The pent enthusiasm of our local fans has reached euch si tensity that should the occasion present itself there is danger of an explosion Polsonluo The system It is through the bowels that the body is cleaused of impurities Son cfipation keeps these poiso aintite system causing headache dullness and melancholia at first then unsight ly eruptions aud finally serious illncis unless a remedy is applied DeWitts Little Earl iy Riser preyent this trou ble by stimulating theliyer and promote easy healthy action of the bowels These little pills do not act violently but stteHgtaeniug the bowels enable them to perform their own work Never gripe or distress Hay don Robertson If a man Liu to yOu Ana soy some other salve ointmenf lotionoil or alleged bealer is aS good as Bucklins Arnica Salve tell him thirty yeara ot inarvelous cures of Plley Bui nsBurns Bilo Corns Felons Ulsers Cuts Scalds Brusies andskin Eruptions Vroveits the best arid cheapest 25cat CJ Havdons drag store Vacation days Vacatlfn time is bereand the chi dren are fairly living out of doors There could be no healthier place for them You nedd only Jlo guard against the accidents incidental to most open air sports No remedy is lequa Ito DeWitts Witch Hazel Satv forquickly stopping pain or removing danger of scriouf cbuseqaenccs Fg cutg fccaldsj wounds uL used JJefffi i ljWitfh ilazel Salve for noras cuts and jbjcuises ays L B Johnson Swift TensIt is the best remedy on tne market Sure cure for piles and for slciu disease Beware of counterfeit r Haydon Robertson Writes with Her Toes The curiousity seeker Ibdfer nd all the inhabitants of Cbnrli aJnedJIBstt Pulaski county withber banjo She appears to be 14Lor 15 years of agetfnd posesses an attractive faceV and has expressive blue 8 g j SALEigj 3 b 1 CLOSINGOUT r j M Prices Dont miss this chance for Bargains Our stQQkk aE consists ol the Jatestand feet httg1in Dry Giiodg No 2 tions Clothing Shoes Hats Carpets MaUing Rugs IILinoleums OilClothsl Wa1FPnper Window ShadesLace leq Curtains Curtain Poles Room Mou1dinsiit1 vanQu other things all at the lowest prices eyer offered ooisnr WAItL 4C 1J i 4 Be Quick and get some of the many pod things we are 4 ij offering Callat otir tOre and be convinced thatwhatJ 3 we say is tiue YoursirulyRr iH MCCHORPROBERTSONt = i rsT V V V V Vs V V 8 S S S S S LS i L eyes She pefforms very skjlt= fully with her toes on her in strument and accompanies the strains of the banjo with the sweet music ofa tender patnetic voice The banjo liespntlie floor before her and she brings forth the music by the welT trained application of the toes She writes very legibly and quickly and told with the pencil her name and post office t She is entirely dependent upon the generosity of the spectators for her living Harrodsburg Demo crat A Summer Trip Unsur ContinjJitiTbe tothe Pacific coast viatbatponI over the Denver Rq Grande and the RioGrande Western iis the most beautiful iin America No European trip of equal engtb can compare with it in grandeur of scenery or wealth of novel In terest Then Salt Lake CitY it self is a most quaint and pictur squeplaceand weir worth the journey ris Merman itemples tabercacle tithing officeg afid Church institution its olistr pher springs within tHeci km its Jts delightful femperaiu e sunny climate and its Great Salt Lake deader and denser than the Red Seamin Palestine are but a few features of Salt Lake Citys countless j attractions There are parkVdrjves iIFatipfls and beaatifiil pujjylngmfi afns and lake resorts Imagine ifc you can a bath in salt water a mile above sea level and in water in which you cbunot sink Inquire of your nearest4 ticket agent for lOW tourist te9 to Salt Lake City or write for information and copy of Salt Lake City the cityof jbe SaintS to S K Hooper general passenger agent Debver Coloradov AIR Bass of Nor antown kid had to get np ten or Vvelvc timce in the uight aud had a Veroi bdckeche and pains in his kidneys Was cured by Foleys Kidney Core Sold by WOO Robertson Drug Co Japanese Do nbtlSwear Many good thtngs CBnbeTsaid pf Japan and Japanese but nothing feflficts inpre credit upon ttIntianthefaet that pro fanjty is 0 fjqeE tirlY I ow among tben In 1swer 1t an 7Fiillttifii SJ ntaoi 14 UI 1JlmWJHiir VIcartqpltj1yliairlt fiilf1t1ti blruttrgIJzBa eirJdweod1 11- 1Ayrs flair Vigor 1is certaiijiHy the most eco nbpical preparation of its kindtwi the market A IIJttle blf it goes a Ibpg way It doesnt takentucti of Jif to itop falHngHpf the hatr make tlt htir grow and restore color to gray flair 1L1a44 AiI4tiiils1s If tko lit gppiy 0ISM 4 Be disZ 54 we will express S Mttl4 Hd dye I- s1w44 X4 iui 9n this bj cYf1 e Eam Horn g1vs this unterdLstungin- formaiiPn UVdi high and com p6tant authority asserts that there iiano word in theJapanese language that 1sequlvalent14 ap oath Not nliJ Jners no native wprdin VfiicbfPtofatlltymav takerefugelUtr tlhiereVis no in gortedwdr During theJfaV ten yearsfpreignersvnave added thousands of ue vOMsto the anga gebul apt one profane word In this respect JapattIs believed tbstand alqhe mong the nations t Trevi year KIey KItaaatlSm When you aresuffrIug trbm jthen raatism the kidneys must be attahdddI tioSatHracd o ilaSt ejtwill elitnlnate the ti cld freui titeblo Foleys Kidney Cure is tiejmosL offective remedy for this purposes RTBop kias of PplaV WisISays Mterunr ecs4aliydocoTn jthfetfjye leY5t1th1neyOur too ijgbly of this greatf medicine- Sold byWooi d Rb 1bg Kentucky Fair Dates RicJQ d July I449 eqrgqstuIy 222Q Danvtllel August 81Deiugtoh AugnstllT6 I hephersvilleAug9sti 192 Thwrictigi22s c M ysville August 2o28 ShJillelJ Kst2a29 Lonon Augtit 279 FIoriiceAuigtit 27r 30 SH Germantown August 273 Bardsiowri September 28 Elizobethtpvrn September 9 12 Spring el f epjember 1013 Glasgow Septemb r8S6 Ewing September 1113 Horse Cove September 1720 Louisville September 22274ii l artford Ootoljer 14 Need Mere kelp Often the oVeVrtaxed prgan1 ot digestion cry out for lpbyI pyspepsiaspalosliauseaDiz2i4 ntssiHeadacnes Iveij complaint bp Wel Disorders Such trpiable s call for prompt jjse of Dr Kings New Lie ills Th y are gentli hprpugb jEind guarafee to cnre- tX c1 atO J Haydon drug store Seriously InjurcH Mr JobnDor5eyof Sprug tied who is employed as a farm hjand at Nazareth met iwith ra Very serious and ainf ul accidenf yesterday aftOrpOCn bout fiaSJ iblcibclf Has rldidgmb2 attache to a binaef wtichi iwas ciitting oti4fbO Naiireh farati atidibiuttho hajiribpye ate tJ Joftb qer cameicaringemnJes lrbey i di m ediately J egan jtunnmg llct tb1otvi W1e IUPJ J i sagb in the knife guards QnbJ bjnd vnd horribly laceratedv Thlyjnint- he ri htleg 9 r the apkle feb t clnU S r 1a Btrceo f1 Cqhtene thenepi 1ut teqipo rary bondages- IAS dte Wouds Epdmtn JindSniitti were called tfd Hirtessea tht INk H is lettiulJot e11 IiI co lab gipSister AMjrTOrf6fc ioiigreat presence of c pltteaVtttf scene Gf4e4c deat as4 it Wt throug iiir timely assistncfe j that Mi Dorseys life was sayMl The bolt of lightning Irhjck preceeded the thunder that scaredthe1mules struck fctrW ucarthotlapot atNazareth slr bckinjar Mr J6nn Mullic i who was nearby He soon- covereclfrounthe r teffects of the shocks Nelson Record 7 lOoatfaU t try this Wbenever an honesttrial iii given to Electrict tersfot amir trouble it is racommeided for a permanentcnre wiJlsilre be affected neyerIails to tota the stomach regulate the kid- nays and bowels stimulate the liyrer invigorate the nertefs aitf purify the bioo its a we derff t tonic forrandowa rsystems EJectric4Bitterg i bitivy cure Kidney and Liver vTroablf StomacheDisordersNeryouui Seeplessn6ss Rueumttiii treuralgiaRand excels Malaria fjatVsfaclipn gxtaratitecd by bJHayddu uOI1r celltS fail to i dorm their functions reallar i A y aod uaturallyj the blood beoom- ecottan inatedVrilhifflpnitios aidtke JfJVhol system is in conse ceWbilitated Herblne is remarkable ii it efij4si curing the ailments SE summer an4 the disorder preva1att f UDEf1J9f1ic th rPrice cestu Haydousdrzwstore r t fij ad Mam Tne Louiil1e TiinSti M day saysi Sheriff J flMrIU i 9ree conty4 ts in 1the t city to take back E BLodartts 1oonshinErwho boaletMhis term at the county Jail ysttfd tit The sheriff will 110 ecureiiif prisoner as Jailer Psuz Jbaa rjli ceivedrinstructipns from ijjile States Marshal Jweea to ottj Lpgden a3 the United Stats aah thprities wIsh to pcosecttte iaoIlthree1counfiBdic lar jug him with slioojtiif Jit Jiepmtj t1COl1ectrcher ajd W Tir Haw 1Iwhile these reyefiu ofllcers e xi gagedin the iliscfcijrfe ofc titidlaty were raididg r411icjjt dkr tiiiery in Qrooll county Jtjir iJ llDOl In ominentiiif pc X e it jIasLthee1t1ffitbf Lebanon r BirIoi y l d f llwheJi be aa fire pn him but1fbenqj W restpred be WMittill very mick alive Heia acbea elctd sheriffof this cuaty nd iis as ready anlwilling SYI9g i fttJ nyyoJs Qfj Jt Pl fl IJ1lftlLU s M k JiW1 w 1 p lft Iruilt j r 1 1 iiYEtikea sc Re4N Repsuns UlocLl T9Z1 MiOr it to bast sc ssr U ieWH j tstrong tt 1nOUkiE MPQ k l 4NolIitIk14 he huIXWUkr Iija4ces r t notheY Dt1i PI5L1 t t tra ItTa L loache TTh NEVlau ADEJ 7 jtWHEWEi I A YIAR IN APVANOES LiSPIHHGFIELD KY E JPAVISON Jr Jt 0 if M P hcwer s d sb usuqvtLeflIItooIia aUIud pS 11 Wi wk Isi i M TaL kteM- ki IImH pMs4veri erii l fdlM OtIitu i1isohI44 el rea 8 sIttI f Mr1I41Ws 15h 581 QIIIeea It ilii I frrCrct1t C erkr W Mid to B1IHJtce We u oILFIt fer Ute ef 01tr1 i WaIp tr CotMMiMti UteaeUoia V Ut JIIdF t LOAtWojI foed in Brtaihitt county JE Codkril- ifF 4ff Tjwm ilMsbal of Jackaoa WM Y1Cf MiiOfliefil in the Coiirt- Hwife tfbe towninaUr aiIpt iqiteient aTd T3nOred jABMbwJ are looked for nilhini tfc jeightHn BaonUjfc 36 men I hae been kiUed in Breathitt tii1 What a pity th hang a4ciild notbe given a chance iPCf the mountain coun 4 tteV Thift Iiould be a warning to XdUcbr or Indians1 as they i are known irL this cojnlry A Dispatch says that1 a youqg wo man in Vienna jnurdered a jewele by strangling han I I then hacking his body to pieces He had called to Collect a bill It I The Kentucky editors or at lta t tho ewho have the time adthe price are away on their Bnaloutmg The association s met gt Owenstipro Tuesday and from there the start was madd on a pleasure jaunt ambng the greet lakes 1 V ActresMayYolhasbeengiI siYe advertisement Capt Stron her manager is missing from New York with 2501300 worth 1ofdiamonds belonging tb her r Tracy the outlaw has eluded allipursuersand after spending jfr 100Xtin the chase the Oregon J officers TiavegiVen it up as aba d job r King Edward has so far recov l ndlorithe coronation cereiionies to F E4 Wu Samuels Odd ir Mr W B Samuels died at his home at Samuels thii rooming I altfive oclock of iyplibidfeyer and pneumonia after an illness of about two weeks Although LShadthought to be on tlfed old ore covery and tvh eft death came sudderily it Was a shook Uxtbe entire ctmibuuity Wr Samudls Was sixty years of agrf having been born inNel son County on May Ib 1852 HVvwasf a son of Wifson and Martha Stbner Samuels- In 1869 he establlshiid his pre s I ent distillery in I which hahits be eminently successful His reputation was unblemished andj bewaS one of the most prom Ii aakt distillers in Kentucky lHe is suryiVie by his wife who was oFinerly MIssT Alami Barclayj- aadpofe son Mr HaW Samuels ece Fasone of the most prosaineat adiiflnentialrnen in tbfroototySnfrwas etceedingljr pop Ai the outbreak oftfte CI1wMrSml5ehlist in tbe Coiifoierate Army and was aj MiUcr Bf the Cbmpiny thai WM froM Bardatdwn under tilie j iMMMiof Od J Gi Wicklift 1nif C0flPtt0fl DNa JMMtacH Piia- JJ tf yoir eyes r BWI ill DII t I Ais pmr= TINy curecinti II 11 lppepa3KANi 11t biuiII ij NowsFro Tb Gounty1ik f MpplI4iIItgAMa I i j I t p eur CrrepondsfltsII iAAAftuul0 ralkSIN- Mr J P Johnsons motber is vlwiifi him this week Born to the wife of WorlhinK Burns a MnagirJ Robert Brown boughttaittggy j of Geo Bohon for 65 Mr JasiaofMap1Hfl1 1 visited the Spriif last wek iiy Salt mUWl hi regular ap poiiaelft aRokridge unday A crowd of young folkSr from Mackville visited tne Springs on Sunday Rev Somersis bId1cLing- aprotracteameetingat Mountt Freedom Quite a crowdofvouElg f01ks SpdngsSatI s weMWillisfiurg visited the Some of r Meritt Pinkston SuSiay Mr Bert Cheatham td Miss SuraSta41t Rockbridjl Rev Sile dflkHittn Tey stole a march on the old ffolks and every wine 1sfgrO o3fa flappi future c A young rcycibne visited this ettin la flid i nd W owp tethQpae and1 Om- i 0 outbuildings belonging to Lev- iS i tei1y and did considerable damage tto timber and growing cropsoriiJ Mr Bailey Pinkston sold hi jjIt farm near Puljiam to Mr Jphn CJolvin of Kirkland Yoir f2900 Mr Colvin bought Keeling and Satterlys halt interest in Jthe general merchandise store at Pulliam MrColvlu is a good Ibustleraud wearegladto have binTmourmidsti qarfwriihts Greek iilYra IsMalone iteelithis place Toni and Eobert Wbeatley will begin Bart Mattinglys n honsethisweak x Mr and Mrs J B Carrico spent Sunday with Mr J B wSmithMS Vick and Teresa Os bourne spent last Sunday with Miss Frona Medley FMCarrlco sold six hogs Monday for fifty dollars Hogs seem to be on the boom Eobert Wheatley finished I painting Mrs Henry Smiths new residence last week The Misses Blaufprd entertam edsome of their manjr friends in stylish manner Sunday Farmers are all about through stacking oats Rain is needed verybadlyjin this neighborhoodl at present t Mrs Anna Johnson of Srfn tgeldLebanon were visiting Andersqn Carrico and sisters Monday Mrs James E Smith ente tained attie loyely home Wed ladyfrfei l McIN1JRI Everything Js very dry and news is very scarce inthja localirj ty but win trY1 to jot down 1 few dittle happenings this village Will Cambron spent last Tues days with J E Hill t Mr Robert Mbntgomery is not ispp wgll as heh s beenlOur school has been dismissed ttiis week on account of the In stitnte CJMr R P qtnfurdarid wife visited theIr daughter Mrs Sidney Johnson J Mwsea tta and Dessie Hill were in priogBeld on business lESt Sturdy Sam Glemenis and wife of your town visited the family of Ji B HU1X Sunday last Mrrand Mist Jas Fj tdsvisi ted fine l tter brbther Robert Hill the first oftheiweekI Marion Cecil reoeivedihei sad intelligence of the ekpected death of bis brother Cm of coMy11 1rleM toi Jim McCulIum a1lsid Miss Teresa iicCillitttl vialt a the Misses tJlaf ia i Ii Dr J bpencer Wrigltand1 1- scs MlH Maggie EIt1owc 9gl HotJMYffl called on thearela tlve at Sp8QiitiJy tI Mi i1 teresa Gray eld4- 4ai her of Mr John Graves1 IstiMoidyHecretfaina were inatROM ccaitery StlI iw i Iq 4iveKr4lIt lJtlLndwile of Polln iisited at the hoiije of A BI WeUslHst ulada MrJ James Trerit an4wife of Louisville are visiting relatives at this place this week iI Edgar D W1Snd Miss Mary Grider attended tbfr singng altt Freeddbarl st Sunday evening RufusFoster of Puliam is en gaxed in painting at Mr John Perkins at this place ibis week MackvlljcJpa TW Beed and wife a visit latweek Mrs J LSearcy and daugh ter liouise of SrJringtield are ar the houfe oflT W Reed thisj It Miss Aileen Brown of Mack was the charming guest of Miss MayMiller last Saturday Uri stndayPMrski terRudolph retbe guests o Ezra Jones and familyBt Wood 4 nthISwe ttI ripHarlie Blanton and dau1b ghtefl Miss Mary bf Boston are VfeUing their relatives at th I- siveektsp 9 Walteff Wells of ibis place patdcullathe home of Miss LLouise Settles last Thursday night near Maud Howard Terhune land Dan Yateaof Cornishville called in our town last Sunday Id see Isome of their lady friends Misses Margaret and Nancv Cheatbam entertained quite a number of guests ina mo harming manner last Thursday night All report a jolly time FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT Quite a number of people from InstituteIthis week All report a grai tune Mr J W Reynolds of this rpmce was called to see his liti daughter who is very ill at this writing Miss Nettie Yates of Booker ho was on the sick list has iim- proved wonderfully while visit iing her many friends We hope to make everything as pleasant as possible Quite a large crowd attended services here Sunday T most highly honored were Mr a Tndville They were the guests of Mr and Mrs 8 T Colvin PULLIAM One of our neighbors made a capital trade recently He boughta dog for 10 and sold him at a profit of 10 by taking o hound pups at 10 apiece 6 is apt to make his mark in tne trading worldIJohn Colvin of Kirkland bought a farm of Bailey Pinkston of Pulliam fur tJ1OO Mr Col vin also bought of Satmrly and Keeling their iuteroht in store atPullium Tim com puny will be designated as Foster and Colvin Mr Josh Hoopl r and Liz je Hatchet tRay they were married llast eek Teysay Rev fiiins offic uted Mrt HUcheM wa a wMow she having iinrricd a Mr Corn Corn had stolen his wedding garments from a Mr Mor gan and was glut permitted to livel with his wife but about an hour when he was arrested tried and sent to the penitentiary We had a nice rain here Fri day and Saturday The prospect for corn and tobacc con tintres to be flattering Oats are very tine in the community Wheat almost an e tiro failure There is scarcely any fruit Mr JHCheatham made 8000 bush cIa 0wheat in 1901 this year 1902 be made tOo bushejs ihose who did riot harvest their wheat fed Jto hqgsand by so doing have piadd atJe1i Iper bushel a hog1tave beipn cur rentaj ce t8jj All lambs have been sh1pp dfrom the comrau nitvi 1OlIt ttThe fbMowing story Vas ti your correspondent roceptly byI a gentleman who had visited tthe State prison at Frankfort and rJo1lPW1i i lrr 31ir ctr4neo i rrLIcnty iirNei1 Jj I scapetlltI 1tiiwellI wben bee end it was 9 iii foovered itf a manner which pre nted him from escaping Mr I Stratton then attempted to get back in his larger prison when he fuund it almost impossible to backwardsuptbeascendJngpi sot slow that he was gone two dys and nights before he reach ed a more comfortable cell DOCTORS say Cohstunptlon cam be eared ItneedJhllScotts EmulsionM 70UJD1l1tcontinue weatherTIf yon have not tried It seud for free nHnpk SCOTT 8 DOWNS CbemUU j 409415 Pearl Street New York soc ad Jioj all druggist viptfruse Herbine Itnvill purify the blood and invigorate the system riec 25 cents at Havdon brug stor QFoleys Kidney Cure purifies th bl coo by straining ont impurities and tone8np the whole system Cutes kidney and bladder trouble For say WoodRobertson Drug Co QUARTERLY REPORTSOF THE CONDITION OF tPPEOPLES DEPOSIT BANK INCORPORATED SKJEJiNGFIEL1 KY Attho close of business tun 30 lU3 RESOURCES toans and Discounts 173430iS 29l676CTerdrafts 0000DueDuo from State banks 1900380a500000il11t03O00UOOOtOther0000SpecieCurrency u 580000 966 01 xcbanee for Clearings0000 Pnher Items carried as Cash 0000 Furniture and FiTtut23 1000 00 JCurrentl expenses last qL iujr 95330 1Fadt1 to pay taxes 0000 dTotal = LIABlLITliS 5000000V1800000IJridlvidcd 81690J118D whichID lonblcb0000OeIWlDd paldOOOOTime on which interest is paid 187421116428179 S Ting deposits ron wnich inter paidCirti11vuChecks0000 Due National banks0000D- ue State banks bankers 0000tieuoneHillsnonemaxeaduesndunpadneKapital stock not paid none fotalzSUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person or firm including in the liability of the company fitm the liability of t1bl l diridtil melD bers thereof dlrecty or indl rectly if such indebtedness ex ceed 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in and ac tual amount of Rurplui Noni How is Indebtednrsi stated in above item secured None Highestamount of Indebtedness of any dirctoror officer If amount uf such indebtedness exoCs4s per cent of paid capital stock of bank Noue Uow is same secured None Uuts amuun of indibtvdn of any perou cump my or m In clildilt the ihlbllllr m thu company or firm tko liibility of the individual inooiberntbereof eXt ed pr o tit Hfslll up aCalltnl unit a tuui srlif No If indebtedness None Amount if liit dividend j KUu Wer all xpua tosses inter et aijl ttx de4uoteii there froUi iKfoi tit cluiiuv divlileiKl 1nd wits not jom than pr uukSthedlvimirplunfundleclarel y uIbuezcvpt banking house and lot It unr ovriir longur than JU rean Nou J A MOULWA UK Cashier 1G Il ROBiiKTSON Pr State of County KentuckJ J PeopltsDepositBank located and doing business on Springfieldiu sayshattrue conditioibusiness on the 30th day of June 1902 to the best of his knowledge and be ief and further says that the busi transactedalwlereand that the above report is made in compliance withal official ofIolJuneshall be made J A OU WARe Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by J A Boulware Cashier the 1st day of July 1002 r pIdCommission expires January 14i 1904 iGI Di reetorr VFHALL Those who llv on farms are espec lallv liable to many accidentsjt cuts buzu Jan d rulscs whichLieal tra Pi dIY vneu Batards SPo Linenent 19 ap ppietj Priced and 50 at Haydon uJ store Mrs Minerva Smith of Danville Ill writes I had bronchitis foi twenty years Dud never got relief uutlll jj used Foleys Honey and Tar which is ure cure Sold by C J Haydon WYIwM1NlflvktgIi OHleaufledrWendersprparedKeeps AheavybodiedoiLS HARNESS treservativeRUC ss jfflciencyisits ecures best Service titdieskeptlrojn breaking OILpIs sold in aU LOcaI1tIeMsanfactnndb Standard Oil mpur LETTER LIST List of letters remaining un called for in the Sprjngfield Ky Potoffice for the Veek nUt g- uly21 1902 rir T J Und rwood Mrs Martha Wright- homas Riley Mrs Lizzie McDoune Sallie Dickirson Miss Cealie Eadeiton Jobn Gorman M aria Belle Schaulze Mdggie Medley Bert King Merit Paint Co Jajnes Kilgore Bettie Kelly IG Mrs John Mclntire allie McElroy cot Lillis Montgomery Willie Cooper t Pearl Cambron J6e Johnson Wtieu uunijtor th tleI9 pleas bZY Advertiiid W A Waters P M ONECOWSKIN AM iBstaae of German MIIlt Thrift and tied Tapelam- An instance of military thrift end of a red tape system which Is not peculiar to Germany comes from the Prussian war office In the guards were breakfasting hurriedly They had on tho previous day fought the battle of Soor and had accomplished altogether a nine days march This was not the era of canned meats and to each regl numVwhich had been killed skinned and cooked but while tffe men were still eating scouts come in wi the news that the AustrIans were near at hand The men got into marching order and In a few minutes were in rapid ad vance toward the enemy The Grenadier guards conspicuous always for their dispatch hurried to such purpose that they failed to secure the akin of a cow which had been made over to them for rations When the official who was respon ble for the value of the hide came ask for it it had to be reported miss lug Inquiries were set on foot evl deuce was collected and a voluminous correspond nco lasting fourteen or tit teen months failed to account for the skin There had been a cow She had beep aUwas government property representing a sum fixed by offil cia tariff The government must be credited with that sum The hide was not forthcoming Who should be ponsible fur its cash value It was at last decided that the colonel l of the regiment should be held aCcount- able and a year and a half after tbo conclusion of the seven weeks war bo was requested by the war office to remit the suu of 3 thalers the price of one cowokln lost by the Grenadier guards When tbo sum was paid the subject was at last officially dropped One of Deaa Birf ft Sermon It was Dean Swift who preache1- charity La j sermon on the text Ho who glveth to the poor lendeth to the LptiLt Quoth the dean utter twice solemnly reciting the tqrds of Holy Writ My brethren It ydu like the security downI with the dustl There was a noble col 1H he1lectianDUpln of IVeallU CnvrUe There is nothlii nion unwise said the friend than n needless arid osteu tntloua display ofw jilth rThats rigut answered Mr Grip per Sorghum thore are enough pcopll trying to net It iiwny front you with out Issuing any challenges ton Star WoshluBj j have hid occasion to use your MC4Jdncanlilused anything for slock that jave half u imendi J BE15JtER st Louli MeISick stock or poultry should notIeat ebtap lock food any more than sick pertoijs should expect to be Ciiredpy food When your stock withworthlessiedicineand stir upjthe torpid liver anti theJj animal will be cured if it be possi tt Til t StockkudthebowelstipthetorpidliverIt iftakenof BiackDsuhtStockand Poultry tentimeiovernorsesworkbetter fleshAndproblem of making as much blood flesh and othesumed Buy a can from your dealer r r i H 1 iijiwiliiti ri WiW I a Wo Bgiesi I 1 4 I J 1 1 fI T c f JJ 11 J i Iwbua g andl selectioiiv and be ready lor lltiP afc I flME c f-g t You must remember is inear and 1 tfi 3 we have grass seeds of kinds V f MI f t We a Specialty of llOrthrll wOtfexTV t ffi1ri qi 4 ii1 I THOMPSON GREENti f l tI S L Dt ti9iWMNiy m J If m 1tE Lm S KoctolIIAlI Digests what you at This preparation contains aljtaf tile kindsfoodnefalls all eattheqHI1aDIthousands cured after everything else failed It prevents formation ofpns on the stonv ach relieving all dlstras after seth Dieting unnecessary Pleasant to faker It suit ktp ltbut iLj y n OkkiTh M The Missouri Pf Railway Affords pros pec health pleasure eeiror idly bets mvh tagesinv1i reah ai Misuuri Kans oloraflo Utali Points tl ciflc Coo hnnd te Northwest Two Past trains daily from St Louis thiough Kansas tily Pueblo and Denv i connecliuo with the Denver iio Grande Ry Scenic Lin the World Extremely Low I Rates durinff the sun o xr montUy to fietoCoast ResortsiAll trai equip vith elcit ua l elegyPullmau tr la carte servidp Oniy line operating throvrh PoHnmn Standard Sleep si LbuisIo an Francisco Iiu dcenjt C Jo rido and Salt G kethce 5ir roahd PeIsonally C011dUt Pullman Tourist Sleepers eve Tuesday 900 am from St Louis 630 pts Redoes J ys lBnd Fridays frciu Kansas Cityt through Colorado and Utah to the Pacific Coast An Ideal Route iDuringtheFonrSenons Stopurerf allowed west boir nssengefs the Missouri Pu Rj betWi tLouSthe World Fair Site Handsome descriptive literature wilt be mailed free For information rates one way and rounl trip foldrrs fotJer etc ddnIiIlt Ticket Agents or address f Rt GMatb wIPAC LouI5vfl1efGPTASttouisMo = Spend thEffiSummer atV yl SHFYTLLECh- armingly t 41 ttedTn the beautiful l McVrtHin ieix3 of v estcrrf Nr h Carolina known as the Cpt Land OJ I11e SkytEasily reache b I SOutberni1iW y1r Clear Bracing Atmosphere I Good Temperature Sciory A delightful retreat from the heat of the Summer Land of the Sky book free on receipt of two Jcert temp For post gaJv f y Si- vOHungeifordDPA o cviIeKy G B AllenA G PA i jrx StLraui9M l H Bbpepcer jGjMgr- St0S Mo 7 I TkU cifMtara if M every box if I ee1 1 1 itJwe can afford jfo selll thcmitlIOS1 i nqfullbiest vehicles on the market nyStyleRlldanJPi i Call Kiakea Sprine SEEDING athand all make RINGFI Ixcarsion Magnificent intense Louis Altt tt ur solltMuruItInvestment J GIWNCELROY t L AGENT Iy6pnngjeI TEMEWAt G r 80U GH LUMBER oj D1RsEIi D LUES rio sSASt i ndDOOftS J LATH l1df l LJS i fJftJmRA rt Sc nyigTt t 6 6JJ Ipt bs SPRIN- IIELDJJJMBERCOS ard tV CALL AND GRTRi p it c la3J 4i2aiTllESo S S I I t i iiI IoiJ lf lWiATmm SiscThat is wliatycq1 wnt arclxi t 4Our stock JJ Mens Summr Suits Hats4 shoes cotdv4v- arietndpoxi vaIu 4l4 t r5 Ii 2 liwm Ll 4 It 4 rv t jTomThT e LTth i rJ i A iv i 16 tfpsf ift i ifWe extend rntf6rdjl invitaItsjt t rt i our store air inspect our Mo4 to Summer DrcaGood andNotiisetilji Call 1dget r1nric s We ate skic5 some1speCial bargain J t Grund1aybrke lIIfiti3 ic1p m atihfP PRANK W glMMS BEN F SlUMS I JOg Pj fftANK W SIMMS GD- LiYOlYY Y F4fl wQ aflUS1kbk T f N wand S1ihi RisAd road ttl SIciaIi l outfits fOr travelling iwu GWrt l a trial Comfortable stalli md food bii ment rot hoarding eLr 1 T f PHONE 75 t SPRjfNjBF IIL t LJ itt T7 r1II c 1eI BUITOIIJ r fMMOCNT OENTffctw- ii lni EXTRACTED III ttTHOUT PAIN i I i iektip atain iPIGP1ZtaD ICY MDL t Wrk Strictly J iIJnt HILAMPTONUiifc41 OPPICEJitkcwIe I iiiitoHxJ WIIG7IELDJEY ttrJDr Khwfcarts for 3ftoy4PoDepo c k oiotIr 12 to 2 p I WF GRIGSBY TT0II WY AT LAW o fMtt Bank l Xp1EcD KY i opTksCk ttili tl f lctsc t I t WoCitie No Payh 1i1P WCIIGAN v ft t F j 1iijhsi1 cars irO- N1sYe Iigrnf rfcBHlsg to Worthera YtJitf ietv from t pjtayUie 1 j i tlfMl1v Skot LINes and G r aTJ ThThhhig LIi wMI1bNII JHt21I02Jeav wtHyme4p iiI1y Arriving Trrarfle City r YVlew E j Mobaw City pMacklasc lelaid at UL1iIg rs For U f tatfeatlreH C Ulfaga p A j IjyIIIKvp Gommissionfers Sale ii WASHINGTON ClJtCUITCOURrJtyI MLisWade Brown P11OAgatest fKtMjMattie Brpwa Ac DfU yi1rtH faJUtlgment4 nd order I sue f the Wjuhiagtoa Circuit CeHrt rewtered at tk May termI teref11O2In the above cause Isaali proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky OH I LONDAY3U1X28 1902 at 11 ocl6ck amor thereabontO beig Coamty Court day i kigfest feier at Public Auction iftoatbatheprefferty tqwit Ascertain tract or parcel of lland lyiBfT aad being in Washington coun ty p3etttdcy and thus boundedtor wItOtke arth west by the Jsuwbef W HwM and George Clem CHt2 seath aMw sby the jandsof Mr Baraett W iC 7hfap on and C c F yoas keirs deastandsouth I by itke Little BeeciuFork and is liP tied tn contain 315 acres more or leiFwc the purchase price the pur ckar or purchasers with approved security or Buretiest Must execute beat bearfa legal interest from date ef iale utU paW and having he fere MMl elect of a Judgment BiMtrs jwJU be required to comply pr tr with these terms MEDLEY CWC cA i fl LTT IFIXkAI i TRAIN aa tauCMr aM IWtINTAI J4 CITY as nMTia WIRTII aMSt J r MISiwi hanh t 1Pn4 nej8t rb s wf I t tj1J1AyfI Agnt t f4Ct a1nhi4t CincinBati O fi1rr i 1 EIi f rtt tj ii MitVfi rIL t1IIiiif j Car wkkk kLtjIII lll j i 4 W fMHHy I vaNIt Usia via 1i1Maa- psaMMuairwtr yWea 1Jeet Ia JoW tj JJ C lliii v v hV r at 4 p jL J hl JIJ1iIa 110 tlasks ooDIot1oai- fui itMrti oatbe Sfc CfaOr riyipr zn d Ir1INI4L G tdSMIIa anH Hag P ALouIvIJeX7 i a J i TOWN tU iIiII jIII1I i ill 1 ill 111111 LeeaIBItr Interest Th Frwhcst mud Lattii All Alwut Ywir ir Frlaitds MM Acquaintances W FrQitjarwa1mosttit Hkgans cost atojsl 11TwEmtypoundsoft 11IFoBSAiE A complete but chers butfit Apply to Dr HH HordIA complete line of groceries can eifoundat 0 W Hagans all fresh PotJND A bunch of keys which the owner can have tllngDontiprget to go to C w i Egns for your inegar His line sno equal T Irvine M cElfoy s telephoneS is No 47 A full line of staple and frjicy groceries try him lkeyour country produce to ClyY Hagan He pays thUj iietprjce cash Jt you TvanjfciJ ab i6ijprometdelivery T Ir ihfe McEJrpy J aifcall and see C WHgnlineto 12hJ520 23cenw f c Telephone to Nor 7 if you Want prompt atteiiioni4 youro 0grPcerYordersT irvine M0Ely1 WANTED 500 Bounds bacons 14 500 pounds jOf hams Will 7 ihighest cash frice 1 o WiH antPtj IJ1 IrIOrchard Gras sacks t rBile Highest cash price paidi fof GmsSseed Me CHORD ROBERTSON o All indebted to nie can finds mYbooattbe WoodRobert Drug CJo Mss KATE WILLIAMS tirweighing about S00 pounds wn can get further informa tioni NEWSLEADER gfficeMr R J ll Montgomery sold too w laftn1Vee1rfohogs averaging 225 pounds nt to725perThe lladies of the Presbyterian church will serye dinner in the 1 Barber building on Monday next which will be County Court day They give a good meal for 25 etsc The Childrens Day at the- o i Methodist church last Sunday was in every yraya success The programme was good and we1l1 rendered ian way creditable to1 th committee Marks Green havea force worK1grading leading froth the CbuisviiieS5i NasKville tracks into their him ery rJsThe switch will be a great convenience to the firm fnshippin Mr Joseph Qrkies of this place and fiss Clem Situms ran 6 ffto Hurrodsburg last WedneI day night and were marnei The ceremony was performed in the parlor of the Commercial Hotekarid the ceremony was per formeo y Rev W M Wood Thompson Yankey Co bought in M non county last week a bunch of 160 hogs aver aging 215 pounds at 650 per hundred The same firm also shipped from this point 84 head of4 bogs that weighed 250 pounds These were fed by Charlie Daw son and Clark Bros of Marion 1 Mr J H Ensqr living in the Mclntire neighborhood tells us of a iirecofd he has kept ota j flock of Plymouth Rock hens on ibisfariri1 H aysthatsiQceJan 11st this y arhis 34 henshave laid S04 dozen eggs besides attending ta other dUtiEssich hatching M Bearing broods of young chidks vThe8maUptoisc re is how en tireiyQver The colored girl1 ho was afflicted has entirely re cpvered from W batw geVlde nUy t only 4 mild case of variplbid Ther jhsjJ r JtJ aiiit l II fMiieiabfe excitement was trM ted on Mam street on last Saturday afternoon by a horse SpringfieldLumber I teet With pmy1 the front axle I9f19lj nd one wheel Ofa wagon at ached Although the streets vere crowded with Vehicles the orse was finally stopped before e had done any injury Watermelons always fresh and on ice at Q W Hagans Cold storage Dont forget to call on OWtBag n for fruit jars His pricesa will surpsise you My account books are with he WoodRobertson Drug Coo i lease call and settle MRS KATE WILLIAMS i o Dont forget the championship game of ball to morrow The ld Stars against the Coming tars Game called at 3 oclock Admission 10 and 15 cents c Lieut W O Reed of this place Msbeen assigned to the Sixth a S cavalry which is stationed Manilla P I Lieut Reed has been with the Third cavalry 8tJ San Francisco for several months and he goes immediately cross the water to join his nev regiment Mr Nick Mudd a Yell known Old ciUeno the county died atg his home on the Bloomfield road n last Friday evening of paralt is He was 74 years of age and j leaves a wife and three grown Oe and two daughters He- vasaood citizen and enjoyed therespectfof the community Tjhe funeral took place at St ose Dr CIB Moore theOsteopath M has tlady assistant who iis a graduate of the Southern School a Osteopathy They can be con ilMqndaysj days of each week from one to five oclockp m Special attent icIi given to all nervous diseases nd diseases of women W F Grigsby received a tele am yesterday announcing the eath of Mrs Louetta Grigsby ire of Dr WC Grigsby lite fthis place They were married t Kansas City June 25 They ladjjsi roturnel from a bridal ui to Denver iOn lie was taken iiU at her home ut Blan- insville HI and died at 1030 Tuesday night Burial Friday at BlandinsvUle Mr Herman Mudd has pur the interest of Mr Ham- iltOn Robertson in the business f the WoodRobertson Drug Co and the firm will now bej known as the Wood Drug Co Mr Mud is a son of Mrs Tert esa Mudd of the county and has been taking a courae m a Louis ville Mtedical College He is a popular young man and the new firm will doubtless continue tol prosper Mr P C Cleaver has pur chasei the Norris House at Leb anon to take possession Dec 1st at which time he will move from this place to begin the manage ment of that popular hostelry Te price paid for the property is given at 19000 Mr Cleaver is a first class hotel man and popular with the traveling public and he will doubtless makeof the Norris House one of the best hotels in the state A special from Danville says While Dr Jump Green Lemmie McDonald and hInes Moore of Junction i ity w re going from that place tooI ifordon a rail way bicycle they were struck by a Louisville anl Nashville trainIisand thrown from the track James Moor skull was fracture l and lie Wt injured internally injuryDrof plac4HeJunction City atr In giving an account in ourl1 lattssue of the boys who were tried before Judge Litsey for a misdemeanor owing to a confusion of names one of the boys names was given as Walter Thompson when it should have been Harbor Thompson Wal ter Thompson is another young arntirely and of o 1sehad otkfiHrto do with the escapadei ThOlivesfnLo is vilifc AasTWWstatedin the ar tfclie young Thompson was ac quitted of the charge against him Mr William Ifirmists dtedatjtfect home of his fatherinlaw J W Ellis on last Saturday after an illness of only nine day f typhoid fef rA The deceased had been married only three months and came here shortly after his niaii1age He tl was irom Horse Cave Ky and his remains were taken to that = place for burial Mrs Lockett1 was taken down with fever on he day of her husbands death nd isnow quite ill The Washington County Teachers Institute is in session at the Public School building here this week Prof W F Ramev of Carlisle Ky is con ductor Supt J W Bush is chair thin and C W Stallings is secre aryofthe Institute There afe h tocoutover the county in attendance and thc proceedingsare interest i ing and instructive New meth ds are being discussed and new i4eas exchangcd all of which is f great benefit to the teacher In our next issue we will endeav r to givethe proceedings in fullrE The annual State Guards En ofampmentmoth Cave beginning July 30 and fandinggood time fpr a party from Springfield to visit the cave ThoM satisfaction of viewing 4nmmotbC Gave an education within itselfvi the pleasure of boating fishing nd bathing in historic Green- Sriver together with the numerous social festivities will make this an exceptional time for making the trip The lowest rates ever iven by the railroads ol the State will prevail during the en ire encampment while equally w low rates will be given for hotel g and cave fees p A deal was consumated last week by which the old Spring field Hotel lot and the saloon On property of Mr P C Cleaver passes to the ownership of Mr w L Searcy The price paid for the property is said to be 5500 Mr Cleaver taking the Searcy residence on Main streetp n at 3000 Mr Searcy is to aking preparations to at once begin the erectipn of a hotel on he property The building will of not be a large one and will betbuilt to accommodate limited number of guests It will cana ttain about twenty guests rooms and will be conveniently arranged Mr Searcy has also bought out the saloon fixtures etC but will not take possession t for sometime yet A very exciting game of base ball occured on last Friday afternoon at Simms Park between the Old Stars and the younger players known as the Coming Stars The Old Star team is made up of Charlie Noe Bob Noe John Shader and others who in years gone by raajle Springfield famous as a base ball town George Colvin was on the pitchers p h slab for the old boysand Uharlie Woe took them hot off thef bat in his old time form The battery for the younger team was made up of Will Green as pitcher and Albert Smith catcher The1ii young boys started the ganje at a wiuning gait and scored sixt runs in the first three innings After that however the veterans settled down to businsss and got in the game The youngsters were no allowed to make a score after the third while the vete rans piled up eight runs the tgame ending eight to six in favor of the Old Stars The same teams will play again on Fridav afternoon and a big crowd i ex pected to witness the game Sunday School Conven Hon State Sunday School Convention meets at Hopkinsville Ky August 19 20 21 Reduced rates on railroads one fare for the round trip Each Sunday school entitled to one delegate for every 100 enrolled or fraction thereof and the c unty to ten at large Delegates will be enter tamed free W D GLAYBROOKE Pies Washington County Sunday School Convention Taxpayers Take Notice The taxes for the State I amT county for the year 1902 are due and it is the duty of every good citizen to settle prornptl3L with the Sheriff i large amount of back taxes on my list uncollected and these I will proceed to collect by process oflaw if same are not settled at lonce BYRON CRgAKE sheriff W C Nce bavmgtdissolved partnership Prsons owing us accounts are ur 3gently requested to call and sett tie same HAYDON ROBERTSON t HHLfORD J DENTISTj OFPJCB UlNEHAHT BUIUIIl Armanontly ted SPBllfGFIELDKY At jai P ONALTfj Mr and Mir W K RortnLo gvYorkAJrs P Gi McElroy entertain d hereuchre club at the Cleaver House on last Wednesday after noon Notes ITfiMrsville is visitiiig at the home of M1 SperwnReDr J B JftoBards came in front Tathamj Springs yesterday and reports at large crowd out there r Miss Ellen Adams of Indiana polls is here visiting the family o DuMrlatives in thecountyIIDt Mr George Clements formerly I this county now a resident of Chicago is here on a visit to hi- stherL F Clements S r Mr Joe8 Claybrooke and I naissesabolaybrookesit to friends in Nelson county t Mrs W C McChord Miss allie Mcjhoy and Mesdames John R Barber and John F t Simms are spending the week at Tatham IMessrs W D and HH Clay brooke are expected home this ek from Birmingham where Uuethoid fever The Misses Kimberlin enter tained at their home near Texas last evening and quite a large party of young people from town enl out to enjoy the eveningC DrD 0 Pplin Dr J M Ro Bards ByronJroake J J Grace Bob Noe and Tom Edelen com biosedspend the week at Tthamfo u Misses Perry Scott and Ream are three charming young ladies Louisville who are gthend Mrs Oscar Walker near liownMrs A H McChord and Miss Laura McChord went to Danville Monday where Miss Laura was soto be given at that place in Iwlth which were entered some of the best young lady vocalists olo central KentuckytMiss Lucy Selecman gave a bowling party on last Tuesday afternoon in honor of Misses Potter and Langly and the to wMissesn hquse party at the W H Le chsl man home After the game the j thartytomeserved Notice Parties desiring a good safe 2 investment for small sums with excellent rate of interest write N us for particulars A resident t solicitor wanted Pennsylvania Improvement and Investment Co 703 Baer Building Reading Penn I For Sale Ij- I i have for sale 20000 hickoryj riof fObaccoplace 6 miles horn SpringfieldJ on the Bardstown road ForiIi particulars address J H DEVJNE 28 6t Springfieldi KYe For Rent The Casey cottage with gar den on lower Main street Apply to John W Lewis Attorney Hcrbine clears the complexion hearr headlreJulatcthe els stimulates the liver ahd is in fact a perfect guardian of the health Price 40 cents nt Haydons drug store Two bottles Cure Nta lwas troubled vrijh kidney con tlHnavlsttl e4a pesmanept cure For sale by I Wot j Robertson Dnur Co The Hoocheo Coochee Barred LThere will be no hoochee cool chee dances at the Lexington Elks Fair this year The attrac tion has forever been barre Tha Lexington Elks have decid ed to eliminate allcoarse feature and the big Roman carnival wi be a grand novelty and relqii from the usual run of shows at Agricultural irs TheLexing ton Fair this year la August 11 to IB inclusive Sound kidneyn rre safeguards of life Make the Vldners healthy with foleys iOdtiey Core dold by Woo Sabertson Prag Co J I b OP THE FIR8SlT10NftLBAHKp OSPRthtiIELD KY Sprngd1iihe ftute of Kentucky the clpof tmslnesi July 16 1909 ir NO 1797 ZKESOT37E4C3E3 ans and Discounts6578503er- drafts secured arid unsecured 383005 S Bonds to secure circulation 5000000 90000Stocks380000Banking 550000Duoserve Agents 1296S7 92CODueof other National Banks 67000 actional paper currency nickels and cents sass 7uLMoNzYBzszaYzn Bicx ecie fT360710 galtendcr notes 544100 904810 demption land with B Ireas urer5 per cent of circulation 250000 Total 126697901 15000000SurplusUndivided profits less expenses 866206ICatlonalBanlcnbtes e to other National Banks 504156 34T06dlvlctOal 11465070Time2439363LlabilltUsstated H 88400 Total 7 36097901 TJTz orkzxrccKT or WASH si Bti Litsey President of the above- rneilbftnk do solemnly swear that the ve statement II true to the best of myc and belief B L LITSEY President Subscribed and sworn to before me this 21st day of July t J A BOULWAM If P W Gon Ry- ornCTAttcst FM CAMPBELL t H M GRONDY Directors JO9N W LEWIS Commissioners Sale WASHINGTON CIRcuiT COURT KY R Shewmaker Pill EquityJamcs andlorderCiicuit Court rendered at the May term thereof 1902 in the above named cause I shall pro t ed to offer for sale at the fnSpringfieldKv 1902 at 2 oclock or thereabouts being County Coqrt day to the ghest bidder at public suction pon a credit of six months the llowing described property to it Three tracts of land situated in Washington ountyKy Tract No 1 is bounded to wit ginning at a stake corner to lla Lewis and James Green thence south with Ella Lewiss ne to James Suttons line thence east with Suttons line and Montgomerys line toth e corner of Mackville and Willis burg turnpike road thence with aid pikes opposite to a gate corner to Jemes Green thence west Greens line to the beginning containing 24acres more less Tract No 2 is thus bounded owit Beginning a a corner stone between the lands of Oscar Lewis and James Sutton Sr thence 682 feet to a stake corner James Sutton Sr thence west ith Buttons line 166 feetto corer of Sutton thence from said tone corper to stone corner of Oscar Lewis 520 feet third line- encewith said Lewis line to beginning contaning 212 acresTract No 3 is thus bounded to wit Beginning at a poplar and birch on the north side of Tay lors Foikjind running thence N r2W 15 poles 6 a fallen down hickory and beech tree thence 43 W 48 poles to two sugar rees en a branch thence down said branch with its meanders 156 poles to a poplar and elm at the mouth of said branch on Taylors fork thence up saidTay lors Fork with its meanders 102 poles to the beginning contain ing 75 acres more or less All said lands lie together and orm one connected tract Of land For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest from date of sale until aid and having the force and ffekt of a Judgement Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these terms Taos A MEDLEY M C W C 0 A Large Rattler Late Friday evening Mr James H Mahoney and Mr Ves Boone who lives near Howardtown kill ed an immense rattlesnake at the residence of the latter His snakesnip was in Mr Boone s house and had just crawled out when they first saw him and it is needless to say they toOk no liimei in sending him to the happy land of snakedom It measured Vfive feet and ten inches and had seventeen rattles and a button Mr Mahoney brought the re mains here whole it Was viewed by a number of people New Haven Echo 1SoinCoteHare OlThd witha cheap coating If glazing h lpa coffee why arent th high priced M chu and Java glazed also LionCDffll I g itaRot glazed It iis perfectly pure and feu s delicious flavor ft wtlflH f W ovite Vlour IQspecoll iOf our elegant Stock of V Springs Dress Goods in shades Whie GOQds NEWaODsI i Iweaves Waist Qoods I Ginghams Effectsa Madrasv an J CfJ s Wealreniwpre pared to show a cQmpletEstpckCLOT 4J The largest and most attractive we have ever shown and iOWEHHPRIC Than y DU Will 55find elserhere Stock of v i I= rt iIIffr The latest shapes in White Pink and Blue ii I r Dont fail to visit obi Wall Paper Carpet Lace Ouriain and Rug Depart ment it is now more complete than z ever before In Shoes w ard showing Vicii KidPttCAlf1 Patent Kld Velour Calf Box 1fcic madeon1all last from the plainest to the most extreme Call and examine them We Guarantee to Suit you We still et end a special invitation to cash by rsL Always giving spacialcsl prices tlbanking you for past favors and Eolcitthga cG1itin11ationof yourpatronagOJ we remain Yours Truly t2 JDram t NjO t iris f I STAMS 3i J WANT i And here ire the plaoes to get them f I Everything in DryO oods Notions and etc of thd very latest novelties and designs at fmidsummeri prices GRUND CLAYBROOKE McINT lFJE i 1 Groceries Veetab1es and etcVveverythi guarantee fresh anJ tfe ery bstthe marke1in1fQrd Goods U t ered in doubl srqutcff time IJOHN C SHADED 0 DROERTSONSONaIsoharIare r Pure Drugs atdMdicines and toilet articles Prompt attention Headquarters for rebate goods c WOJDRUBERTSON tiJO f4Everything in the Furniture liqeat thV lowest cash d ricesi Seeour new line jJustini S yrr i JOHN V MAYES v h i i ASK FORRBAE STAIPS EYERY TIlE ffffffflMf1fE4IIi jl ItjstLec- eORSErS Cuanteliaffl REBIAT llIlIHI- IJfJAT81tJilIJ NOW KMMY lJfIii JT10ll I r r THE NEWS1EADER T d Gospel A Ntfiro reformer naPs appear vZ ttlt t the Smith whrb vreuctics I joyl conirion idqo jjv o uelucaledlman I 4 ftilnjin phraseology In an ad4 T dress at Mobile the other day hol told hR hearers thu thq wxy to jEC J1dOf the Jim Crow ClrJs ogef ridor he HmI O rigro that 2 0000 brs o kaiJ applied id he negr es v i 1RUg around railroad lf fH vouldsolv0jJO percent n rp nejrro pblm nd tho ijpt ntgfriiddesnt need t Jtc j iidoll rXunoral The J ih lIi1 nIIded this Jlai J ftt t M roforrhtitv is organizing w businessentorpries and them jrrm are organizing spcieties t 1riir i ritatt their ovnfunerasV S Mlcingon religious matters iMw rforipKi 0 as equally pdinited IIi iihj optn seori hizy1brr vfuoi nitrjfed elluws Itfmijjng fir sllyvr slippe s and nawliif r4 vi auld counting themselves f ivoiss Si but ifeglectnig tqpr viIi bf i home for t elrfihniies k 0 irtlvwhile1 cJajmiuguj rlHouse no inaUe with their hahdsh- Gi rs heaven r nulIOn 4 ULsifo ut ir ntle vr fi- UIelltv pu ihibk hov Ivatjjln o are riOt to purcbasefor 75J cnt It o only remlyunivers4ll jtiil u rntued tlnt has tyad ttlirtrcstsHledf aovn edijcin iu UIH world slncalBGS fort tnMtJuW t ami treatment of conrumpiion- ad Throat and Lunjr ttoubles J pjppulurltvb thankful we called iojur at leution to Boscbees Germai Syrupi There are o many or t diriary Cough reiriidiesmade o d ii fftt3 and others that arv expand good for light colds perhaps but for severe Coughs 4 Brpucbirisj CroqpandeSieCJatly- forOousumplthn where inere is difficult expectoration and cougb log during the nights and morpI r irkfi there is nothing likqj vier r uiu Syvop Sod by alr Jrug ti igistile i ho civiliz d voild RLi UG Gr er Wodlhnry N f t Cartar Than yonr tlaltdI el4MUi i soot In yonr back directly affect lumbago Bnt itis bigfeuoufh 1to prostrale vou until some kind riaad rubs Pairikiller into yourAIih i fltsh Then the throhhiug pain which ha been as bad aa toothache di44 tWtoPtLictLLer n quillY good k i4i leiv1rg J1ttiti andh varipl1 fof rhettrnatiu 2SarnI 5t ccii- ir MIt l 7FJUre iti ouJSfer an excuse for aiiyguti to endace thi tonqre itifikte IbyplIewh Tablecsl Buckeye 3U Ointment ll them i remedy s moderate In ptice and sp plfoqtiW Price 50 ccntsiri liottl s Tubs 75 cts t ILiyiihi1rctorV tWhaflsuJfuI ikri1 1 nvTiE ik ile t j bitit lI 1sw t I J111j Irc i rig Iv-4 tIt t i t n inli- Jtli tlt t li HiL aJ it i l1birJIi W iicJi to lit Jn dibt jnid vprryub at ii If he oujltdItsygt es crazy Ho toils and saves through all the days of hia yquth so that vhen he grows old he ciii wear a silk hat and sit on i the knee of luxury butjwhen his hair turns to tuthv and his vhis t kers grow thin and gray in lifes 4 afternoon he findshe has been victimized and previouslyl bun coed by his own calculation and I that rheumatism and worry laye- sljattered i all his dreams jand Y ZJpncturedbis hopes i he crowning joy 01 is thecrownmg j o1QJ is to have healthy BHutU1ere can be no joy in t withoqtJtea1tkWalth for the child r If k of vital importance for women to childfj general control The thousands of women who FreticriptioKhave tied that it made then healthy happy in the days of waiting made tM Jbys advent practically painless theirwlateIiPLwj C1ddr CiI1U Dale ParZs- e CeekPfouael writesDwfa l xpectInaiaternftypany fNI bOtjI d riaatili4i 1 L iwing cTeIy weaker each day ad thatst4 pseeivid a prompt reply Took twelve 1141 DOCtParcea ritePrescrlptlonfoftHrtd yoir I began De ledtMe1y Brth became etud I could do aU my own rkwea AIRd farm IWalked lei rOde a aDd yec1R J had a sIiort easy t a d have a healthy baby boy Ike Peoples Coon Sense Medical it AWiirLJ coataiixg aoc8 pages 1 F ay Send 21 pne ceat sttxipc ttpewtt of mailing only for the book Mer covers or 3 t stamps for the MMt WwiJai cloth AddreM Dr y p N a i gelabfePrcpatalibnforAs sluihlating IheFoodand11eu1a IM IMS HIIDKIN Promotes DigestknCheerfut fteSS and RestContains neither Opium rorpluhe nor OiieraL NOT l Aac OTIC JbeQOUJrS4MllEL I4SSAIV jlj Aperfecl Remedy formstipa HonSqurStomachDiarrhoea Vorms Convulsions f verish ness and Loss OE StEEP facsimile signature of tfEW TTORK l a t old Dnsis C i MS COPY OF WRAPPER COSTLY ACGIDENPS A oatTII1 Ulne anti a Lend Mine BottomleM Pit Immense plans which seemed abou to be completed but have been brought to disastrous failure at the last moment are frequent enough In the hiS tory of Industry London Answers tells the story of a tin mine in England which might have yielded a fortune but for a storm With the ndlng of a new vein otore running out toward the sea a new level was driven out below the water then It was found that lode bent up ward too near the sea bottom for mln lug to be surely carried on Undiscour- aged tie owner borrowed money bull asea wall to cutoff the water erected pumps and again went to work On the sixth tidy just as an enor mona mass of rich ore was being tap ped a gale came up a ship was blown upon the wall which went to pieces at once and the sea drove the heavy stones In upon the thin roof of the mine In a moment the workings were hopelessly flooded and tIm owner was a ruined nina A story equally tragic Is told of the Speedwell lead mine In Derbyshire Believing that n rich vein of ore existed In a nearby hill the owner risked his entire capital to bore a tunnel 3000 teet long Into tile heart of the moun thin Suddenly the miners broke through a Wall of rock Into a vast hid den cavern through which flowed a stream of water They began to dump rock into the stream and after 10000 tQns a bridge began to rise out of the darkness and then their farther progress was stop ped Month tfcr mouth they tolled rnd at last utter 400CO tms in all had been east into the cavern they gave it tipVThat narrow rift is known to this Cay as the Dottomlcsa Tit Yawns of Wrath The singular habit of signifying anger by yawning Is confined to the monkey tribe and Is most marked In the baboon family though the Glbral tar apes also Indulge In It It is probable that the gesure Is originally In tended to frighten an adversary by a display of teeth Just as a dog does and that the constant wide opening of the mouth produces an involuntary yawn 7In fact If a human being keeps on opening his mouth in this way a yawn will result If two strange baboons are put together In the same cage they Immediately con front each other and commence yawn lug and if vexed or insulted by vis itors they will do the same thing Fat CZ7tib If small quantities of butter bird and beet tat be separately boiled and slowly cooled for say twenty tour hours the resulting crystals will show very marked differences under the ml1 croscope The normal butter crystal is large and globular It polarizes bril liantly and shows a well marked St Andrews cross That of lard shows a stellar form while that of beef fat has a foliated appearance In course of time as the butter loses its freshness the globular crystal degenerates and gradually merges Into peculiar rosette like formsVAn Old Verb To laze Is an old verkffl Samuel Rowlands Martin Markall 1010 we are told that loyterers laze in the streete lurke In alehouses and range In the hlghwales The word occurs I believe in some of Mortimer Collins lyrics But Cupid lazeth mongst the taler lasses Whose deco complexion he oft sweareth passes VVNotes and QueriesV j Every tone out of bed likes to claim occasionally that it Is force of wUli power alone that is keeping him up Atchison GlobeVPlctnreaquo Mountain In Surrey county N Othcre is d mountain whose outline displays a striking likeness to the sphinx w9f Egn tItls In the northwesternpart- of the state just east of the Bjqe Ridge range and lies prone upon the PJedmont plains At a distancp of ten miles the figure is the exact counter part of thtff of a gigantic Jon Its bodr trfghi a 5le itothe precipitous ridge thefSympathetic Playwright From the nature of my play you see It ought to dose with some linear Bignlflcant act from the heroin perfect accord with the feelings of the audience Critic Why not let him heave a sIgh of rliefthenTltBitsVfThe one time in a mants life when tiej ikt atlsfled io take a back seat Is Ivhe roes to churekPhIladeliii ni fd CCASTORIA0 For Infants and Children The Kind YoU Have Always Bought Bears theV Signature of 10- j U s e For Over Thirty Year- sCASIO WATHCCt- NTauncoupANY HE WANTED TO GO HOME Georgia Iloya Unique Exctue For Getting Out of UI1 Work One Saturday In July says J H J Hale In the Worlds Work I came upon a boy of fifteen or sixteen crying as though his heart would break In reply to my Inquiry I was told Mother Is dead and I want to go home Of course I said to him Well go and see tllt super ntenll nt mid he will give you an order on the office The boy moaned dun sec him mid he wont let me oft till bed time This seemed hard when one boys work would ecount for so little among several hundred so I took him in the buggy and hurried hack to the office giving an order that he be paid ofT and let at once lint was politely told thatthu superintendents orders arc that io one is to bo paid till night After had insisted In rather strong language that r mubbtlIosihlyVVbea bigger man titan Ula time suporiuteiid eat the lady msst lit beau a series of sharp questions inally lrlnglug out the date of miiit rs drath de 2Cth oh last Felim sneaked off realizing tint tiier were phases of the peach business I hud better not meddle with 1Pencmthmovi porcelain The peachblow porcelain is of Chinese manufacture md Is alnut 300 years old It Is not as 101lllt tiins sup posed the designation of a particular shade of color but a rare and peculiar glaze which not merely covers the surface of the vessil but ponotrates the cut iv texture of article so that If the saaie b lroli u tho Internal structure Is ldetikI with that of tho surface The uiuth liy hih this ro suit Is reached Is unknown mul munch money tins boon oo mthl ii vain to discover It To Z1t Is a stuseI therefore tho result of liapy acci dentViciuion if jt niro China to layV whon it riKiclis highly as anywhoio Iw n t cf tit if there is Ify iivh ltf WI whkhI from hl1 by lu 11111 in th whoa thov iaJrti jlul h trdo with that country ml froii 1I11f1 has iride 1t1 v vi IM Tho spool iious ii iii iwitry xo uhnosl all of thorn tit oiCP ri1 TjolkSUiI ill root or by way tst liime vvhitlior 11 piocsof it woi t jflv irried by tho Dutchirousing nnvsual Interest among the FrCllhllotters Pearl Deforc Swine The evening was advanced when a venerable squire of ancient name and lineage arose to propose a toast Sel dom have heard one more success tnt lIe begun modestly It is always well to begin modestlyV4f feel said the good man that for a plain coun try squire like myself to address a dig nificd body like the presbytery of St Andrews Including In its number vari ous learned professors is Indeed to cast pearls before swine lIe had to pause long ere ho got fur h11Thely what the laird meant was sitting next to him as he spoke the words heard them with these ears Twenty five Years of St AudresV Date on Sliver Coins Most people have an old silver coin of some kind which they are keeping as a relic either for sentimental rea sons or because they think It worth more tlmn Its face value In some In stances the date or the Inscription has been worn away and It Is impossible read it even with a strong glass toI The following method practiced at the mint to discover the genuine coins when sliver was called In will enable any due to read an ob literated InscriptionV Make the poker redhot In the fire and then place the silver coin on It The Inscription will be plainly visible In a greenish hue which wJl fade as the coin cools London Chronicle S arlnnr Her Feelings You dont wrltthq treasurer of the savings bank said gently to the old colpred woman Just touch the iwn1 She did so her biislncss was concluded and her feelings were spared The of flclal might have said You cant IIf write and that would have been true but differencejjetveen plain truth and considerate truth Is sometimes as marked us the distinction between a boor arti a gentleman Youths Corn panIon o7 t fI J tw aioftWantedi YerrlngerTliis life Is fuJI of unceri talatlcftf Oiuvcan never ttell ltJS going to happdUi ITowleYes T guess thats so What presentVerrlng ti ters lmandjund 1 gott thd old mans foot insdostoiistoiiTranscript BUSINESS INSTINCT IA Wall Street Mn nn Trade That Was Not n Hatl Darsaln A prcmlutnl Wall etixct man toJ the follctviusttory on himself the oli 1erreveal his annie as lie lid hot wish to be bdtluivd by Ute beggar who figures In the itorn VVThe Wall street man was walking with n friend down Broadway when at Twentythird street he was accosted by a beggar The Ulan was more von sistent than the ordinary inendkant and to get rid of him the brokermaIdI I will give you D0celits It you will give me your coat All right boss replied the beggar cud within a moment change had teen The broker and his friead then ttfrnrU back and went up Fifth avenue to their hotel Still camryfngthe beggars coat the man of finance strolled into the lobby and began telling the story to his friendsVI think you made a bad bargain said one LQok In the pockets said another And as the broker went through the ragged garment he pulled forth 45 tents In money a silver tipped pipe a flask of whisky arid a pouch of to seehe rapllefl this only proves that 1 never make a bad trade even when t dont knowwhut I am buying Kew York Times Dent Ancient and Modern The art of the ancients would certainly seem to show that theirconcep llon of death was a much more cheer ful one than tLat which has obtained In later titne4It was at one time thought that tiIeoid Grqeks and Bgyp thins had no artistic symbol for death but this was a misconception Death was almost Invariably represented by them as the kinsman of sleep The Greeks personified It as Thanatselder brother of Sleep The Romps sometimes depicted Death and SloOp as twin children reposing In the arms of Night The skull and crossbones and the skeleton as em blems of death do not appear to have become common until comparatively ihito Christian times It has been sag gested that the terrible famines and pestilences which scourged Europe during the middle ages were responsi ble for the fear or horror with which the modern mind is usually accustomed to look upon death lie Remembered At a public dinner in New York one night statement was made that the colored race had longer memories than xvhitp folk Marl Twain who wan pvsit im d with the remark and to prove it toLl tlu foi lowing Some years ago when south I met an old colored limn who clammed to have known George Washington I asked him If he was in the bout when General Washington crossed Dela wartf IUd Re instant replied Ior iuassa I steered dat LitVWqll said do remember when George took Ihack atthe cherry treeVhIll looked worrlet or a mlvac Alton with immmmisimmile said Why suah mnssa dun drove dat hack mahself FLOWER FRAGRANCE A3 jxterIuuM Symimtby Between till Esseiiee mill the Bloom One of lending manufacturers perfumery declares that he is quite c tain that flowers possess souls ofI fragrance of a flower is actually soul and It exists when the flower It self has perished This is liot a poet ical fancy he maintains but is fact Certainly the fragrance of lower is not a dead thing This seems to a curious statement to make hut It Is a fact that when certain conditions aiv fulfilled a part of the life of a tlovvor never seems to tile Although the fragrance of flowvrs dead years ago may have undorfpri sorts of manufacturing prcTFnrs xtract it and to fix It yet It 1- 1lI1r3 When the flowers of till 11 tnicted from bloom Jrinhii ivtlors sympathy Ic as an Ixamph1 the cnw if Jot At the end of year Ihu Sill rtht perfume is constant but 11- a rhangc appears In ai the jonquils are In raIl r lrlrpR Ihjuid hits Its eceit t a surprisingly lilgli degree Vtim flowers in bloom tin ottlcd ssisici Is very pertetbv 111111 mlor As the lowers droop ilji a the perfume lose Its potency In ri agreement Tills mysterious 8Vm lietwofii flower mid essence nrv r tlllR hut ever rcspbadH to the prop i masontj IViirKona Weekly HP ail in tlio lloom Mrs allI Wake ip Jeremiah do believe th res a iinin In the room CIl Utile Yew dear an1 ties trying his best tot a few winks Of sleep Good nlghtTitBits Plaeatnrtl11 Truilifulnesi Fish will do singular things says n local contemporary But nobody ever heard of a flub lying about size of the mann that caught ItDetroit Free Press What this Bays Mother Says has been said by the mothers of many other boys and girls re g rding the wonderfulcurative and strengthening qualities of Dr Miles Nervine I1 NIB 1l11S1111for wedQctorcclIud ten Spas ms in one week Our at tciition was directed toDrMHesNerv Inc and we bcn its Ute Whep he spumsdiS1ppeued perIDr Miles Remedies are sold by all druggists on guarantee to benefit or money refunded Dr Miles Medical Co Eil hart Indr ti7 a NNOTICe VVOVVInohedlknce ii wi nir tf tme Wangtri Oioijfy COliat3ndeptt red ot r cord ut Its rza ir J one tprm 1902 The undersfujitd Sheriff of aturTIIrt1thii Conrt IIous dour In yurlngQell K1tj onJ1monfully deicrbiul sarrj order for the porpos of a1tujtttix lrurft rs p Vomdantl r pnrposrt If tikmr the semis If ticllegrti vjite vol r8 in Hid gradd common gcmx district upjn lh rropyaiUitu a I to vhellicr flr1 pi thy u ill WIt m aintiMl tax of pt inrt on tMih ItuiHnd cml lam worth of property ass used in ttalrt just nit litlonuiii luinii white votrrs or to c rpiniMoiiH ii aid dMnt and pofi tax of i3i 5i per capita on each white maui inhabitant reeulijii th ruin uvor theHye ii years fur flit purpose of niiintainiii a graded lUIImonpurI rtpairjIgessary The poll for said election neI be opeii d at HifViii uctot k in tl forenoon and keep open continuously until 4oclock in the afternoon of salt SaturdJiy AiuU t 1002iuid sac eluut ion will io held for purpose arid l I all rtspets in the manner wet out ii8iiri qIr and as prrgcribed by law Sad order laIn words and fig atcs is followV 1ATl OFtKENTUCKY VSS WAMIINOTON COUNTY COUUT f June 23 1902 CHAS J HAYbON AND OTHKKS TION 10 KSTAUUSH AV CKADRD COMMON SCHOOL Tnis day cainu Simpson Robert and Hied hill report nnrvoy and plat orJ umIdar3 of the district propo ed to be established by the proceedings herrin Said report Is now approved andconfirmed and it is therefore or dered that thebonndaiy of said graded common school district be fixed and establishedas follows Beginning at a stone 100 ft east of the second mile atone countjng from Springfield Ky same being a corner of Mrs Theresa Mudd to Thompson and Tucker bo the corth side of the Springfield Bardstown pike thence N 34J E 1810 feet to a black oak in Mrs MuddV field thence N 45 E 1520 1ft to n white oak in the Wheatley farm near a branch and also near tha line of Wheatley to Mrs Theresa Mudd thence N E 1950 ft to a cider In VVberftjy land called Martin land in original description by mistake tbence N 66 E 600 ft to a stone 100 tt south of Donnely house 250 IL from two mile pout crossing the line of Wheat ry to DoMiciy att lonm iteM and SpringfiLld pike 25 ft tast of Jast Corner thencM 50 E232 through the land of said Donnely to a black wal nut on the fine of said Donhelv to tate of JUt ixlemcntg deceased iiiu ce N 64 E 700 ft to a pin oak in J D MullieauB laud cruasing Clem eats line 150 ft from sad oak thrtice E 2100 fl crossing J H Meld aums 1mw 100 ft from said pin oak lrio tlx lIiiof said Jas elements dec ha stone at the iiiterxeutinn of fence in Je Spalind tumid thence N Ki L J3SC crss1um Frankfort Jikat 951iii to a white t ac in t je Htjrd farm and line crosses pike loa ft suith of t ui vvrt thenue SS4 153175 through tthe lands of said Hord and lire Hennetey J tm HuM Hnd ii ilIiil34y line n n sid oi tIrllit lu a iisa va nui III tn lhi IIIII41 lo ihulyif sIumti Brown on n ridi th ioe S 78 250n iicro 8 tthe lands of said Ha ud Mattie Brown Juinca rn tall Lutoi and lay WilIiillatltriJJtl th no r fB E ft lhugh tin ItH or said apal to a stone near Ben Youngs gateI ai c unij road tuence witii lure of YOUIIJ and Spalding t 43 E 1780 ft lo a stone cOrner of said Young Spalding and estate of the late Richard Parrott tbence with bis line S 60 W 2600ft to a tone corner of Young to said Par rott thence 9 2GW4GOfttoa stone corner to Young Parrott andDurrett thenceS 5 E 1460 tb a stone corner of Durrett to Parrott thonce N6JE to a stone corner to said Parrott to said Durrett thence S61 E 100 ft toa stone corner of Parrott toV Durrett thence 824 E 1140 It to a stone corner of Parrotts to Darretts line thence SO E 1950 to a stone in the west edge of the Springfield and Mack vIlla pikocornor of Parrott to Durrett rSimmsj ctl4nerVMCEirbyanda stone at n black walnut on north slue PerrjvJlkpikc and through the lands or R H McEJroy thence thro the lands of H rONan S 52 W 1540 ftto a stone near a straw stack in said QNans thence l W 34 0fttoastone in Henry Edeleri 100 ft east of a white oak at a branch thende S 50 W a stoneIa thence 882 W 780 It to a beecb yardofsaxnewhite oak in Nelson crossing the landsi ofSoaid Wheatley and Nelsen thence thelandsInMontgomery thence N79 W 1780 ft through tbe land ot Montgomery and Jnj SpaidinR to a wild cherry thence N 82 V 1625 fft JnoWaUlFOOItliardensa stone 100 ft south of Walls barn tbence N 30 W 2330 to a hickory near St Marys pike thence N 251J W 1640 ft across St Mapyp pike and the lands of Sam Bottoms te a wild cherry call ed black walnut by mistake tbence N 21 W 2200 fHoa sycamore called for to a thorn tree crossing the lands W F Booker and Goatley col to a cedar on bluff 6f Allens Run tbence N IIf W 1290 ft through the lands of Cecil Bros to a sycamore on bluff of said Run in Clements tbence NO W 780 ft to a stone Jn Cambron line yombranwithoemectsllneNcorner of Lancaster to Cambron toCombrmN88W N3E40 W 1550 ft to a stone on west bank 5 StRolethence stOnetortwiigbtaereokf Tucker 8t Rose J1dSt Catherines near a taU tree on a ridge thence U 41 E 1710 ft to the h ylnritngV l Sherlon at the luburt nu in Spring riield Ky in said distill and for that saIdIschool xtrlcton Sat Aug 9th 1102 forttIn rpone uf elect Ing sIx trustees 0 igradad conu mon school dintriit n d irftlt pur pose of mining the si of tbo legal white vet raipsaii led cOmmon ucbirI iItkC ujioyi proposition as in u ii for iioti will vote an an ivt 50 oemVOfl each 103 doliit oi property i jcd uelong Illig ru M vulurs u jrporatiun in Shut r sd u puirtax of 915J herej LUll eachIt mate hi habi ltrSIresiding in said dir or tilt pur pose of maiiitainii raded com school In saU ld common school tistrict am the purpose of purchasing rtcung or ripniiut suitable buildings Ii f n n It e jury It sbahlbetlcnIt of ti t cleik ot this Court to gh xaid blenll n certified copy of tLji r wliiii i days after it shall La e u en uit ic- and it shall bo the duty of the Shi fi of Washington county to have ills order published sinti weeLtyor Iaily netVM apidrp Vmd in Vaaa i sto jountv Iast loam ty diivM before thseieiandt alup 10 advertisH the tbne pteeaVdVlUrpd Iuf said election by printed hand OIis pOdted in at least five conspicuous places in said district for at least 20 days before the eh Said adver tisement shall be within ten days after receiving copy of this orderSaid sheriff shall appoint Judge and a Clerk of said election who shall subscribe to an oath for the faithful performance of their duties On the day fixed for holding the elec tion the said officers appointed shall open a poll at the Court House ill Siingfield ICy at7 oclock in tub fmLloimu and floae It at 4 oclock Jn Le afternoon of said day The vote Hliall be taken viva voce jindiTecorded iii a poll book wblc1 nhall be by said purpseThepropound toeach voter who nay vote the question Are you for or against e graded common school tax and his vote tli be recorded for or against the sVIOl and for six trustees as the voters may debire The said officers of election areta discharge hpldlaged bylaw VCopy attest F UookeTjCJlj ashigtonCout t l dh f bblgtonfCountKentuckyV iCommissioielSai WASHINGTON OR IT COURT KY 7 rgaret Barnett A xplff vi Equity H Goodlett cl1JyrtueofaJudntandod r ofF e of the Wa h ton Circuit elI rendereda May term thereof 1502 in the above styled ause hall offer for tde on he premicks s on SATURDAY 01902 Vt oclock p m cr reallUts rQ the hivhest bidder a lUc auction rtn a credit of 0 d 2 months tie fu wiii r describedcicy tpwiL A tract or parcel if land fitua r ill Washington coir Ky r niiihe waters of little Ccvh Fofc he iu ng a a larjjt ro cufiic to t ibro rs o vh of theicc wlh rae j rlowijSl 12 tf1qellCl io forked Beecu dice I t 7 in 3 poles to a stone in middlt of oepilhllo Braech thence uwliuiiddie tnd of said branch 4231 I es ti aoue oppoie the uouho a Vhow cjracr t o Charles FUirne t thence upthe meanders of said drain t 11 piieii to arftbne af the foot of Ill rure hence up r udrdjfeii fol lows N 86 12 W 5 4S to small wal nut N 8114 W 10 12 pols to a stOne N7t 12 W 15 35 poles oasoncVN 12 VI tt N n W W 12 12 to a jfvhue oak N2 Ntoman sugar N 73 14 12 poles tot DogwoodIin Rev James Chett o line N 30 34 w2 t5 poles to an old IIiplrr stumy thence with same N w 18 15 poles to another large Poplar tumn corner 11thestoheat the fence thence with saidi fence S 87 12 E 858 poles thenceS 585 E 12 15 poles to corner of raid fence thence with another fence N polesthencesycamore on branch corner to Joh Hardesty thence with said Hardest line N 18 12 E 1 45 polesto a stone accross the branch thence 09 12 E15 pole to a stone nearaV large tree thence N 58 14 E33 35 poles to a stone in the old Dower line thenrr salItS4 E1 Zi poJeq to a snr then eN0812E Cci to a same thence S 08 S abo lj oles to a syca more tree on coun road thence with said road to mid u plke thence said pike 02 13 PI c ati utbne turner toSleet Chesser tVCide with aid Chester JOUQN f12 w 37 36- poles to a small e i hcdS47E115 poles to the bepihnin This is anice little farm locatedim he pike about J About2acresleremaindeiingr aqbmgockl I lmpmvementsV Amount tober1d 15966 Costs 7230 Total VV 123180 punchaseri security or sureties must execute bonds beer1ng legal Interestrom date of sale until paid and having the forc and effect of Judgement t and with a lien retained upon the land to secure the payment ofaaId1sVhel money and interest Bidder ill be Jequir ed to comply promptly with hee termsVTHOS Ak MEDLEY M C W C C Mother a ways Keeps ft haatiy H Iy mother suiT I a long tim from Oistressing pai swl general ii health due primerily I indigestion says It W Spalding r niai Mo ywo yedrs avo I got her totrKolshegrey better at once and flOW at th j ag of seven ty ix eitsnnything hct wants remarking that she feaTs rto bad effects aiIVshe haiher bottle p Kodol handy Dont waste time doo1 toriag symptomS Go after thcauvd tb11will i tb111 fwteys Honey w T4t1 W CjSV Netto TIE HST LAWN SWING MAM VlUISSOb 1 A6I3NTSWAWyEbLawiw1i c ft I Zxc14fretusii VClNIMjSIdNVTWIik Ji VJ3 j on take pi11t LuL aglt untilxretes VVV ecute their natural h rai aglfatloncaused b cathartlcs livere1tsVcntinuar and Increasing doses to taln resultsV 1fE toPdsIJ fL ercTVemlttlng and Fever ad every feral tf 4g 1J Atalarial BUjoos I Fevers andby going Jto s at ofIfoe j trojubje works permanent cure oa FIFTY CENTS P1R iOTTjLZ SiF 1jHO AN1N1IAN TEVthe Co ton Ich linV 7f- l pOfrainskday Ito M iiph tOTCXSS fVVljtho1 chflfie Shese a ci geachim MVVdirec5ormakeclosebqnnec toraipaftsotTexaO14hoV iVV afldiy tisiTcJnsPryVN J IIA Louisville Hendern- d t U Ly1L tO flf nomeseekersVVExcurs1onIIV 545 fLOW RATES 1j 1VVl- 1r ii 3t 4q- TO THE J3 t W E 1 iE ij TicketsoK Sele First nd1hird-9t IMARCH AP LID and MAY 1902 = 41 Also Low Ctoionistf f One W xy Ratto thi ftndV California Points XXMLXXXx VVFor Further Inf0rmatlpi AJlZmfr l CEO L GARRETT VIVTrv1esi AgentGPIpui 4 11i JovisVILLEXYTJr tg GlubbiiigMstii r The bept Magazines s and Newspapers published ini the COt trv oftered ltlt f HLEADEFVJT1II 4SItbuisville Post 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