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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 Ji a L T TTHF NEWSLEADER Jw t t lrI tJ f011 j f I f j t ff- I L F ircL e 4W i Iyrc1utj dif fjL I rSi v1EJfN r rC Wsm GTN COUNTY KEN UGjyJJI1Yao h92ki f f YEBzl r4OUR JDIRECTORY r ItM t + PRflGFIitP i y 1setf4asIiLiigtoti vvimty 52 miles south4 jeast of LcxiIUon 9 inijesi from lillI I wfairtaiinK and agricaitaral district Iwo Banks telegraph and telephone 4inesi express ofljce Sour mills lumber JJs Population llOOr population of county15000 I Representative Congress HonJ rcllI i Smith Hodgenviile ify Representative in Keutucky Legis Ilf ure lion G A Dohoney A RrescntativCinState enJb Hon RjJES IJurycar CampbellsyUle Ky i1 4G uj tactor VrjpiLAi4 tJiCIRCUIT COURT Ji IC rcul Cud gln on theffurt 6ndav in February May and Octo tIf L V t 1 IoO I HesntJu gev 1J eneyJ Coniiiunwea1thAt- thrn ey ii a l nlico t7hosA Medley Master Commiss Oott i=r JJrjT 1tQUARTER i C1JRI tAr a j fihetd Qir1he Third fnday in each month lB L LitseilUdlZef I j 1rr the fourth cquRTfuntyCourt vju s Mares County Attorney r GeorgeiCaHett Janet J YByron Croake Sh iifiAI j p i RichurdIsham I ia Qbornkl jt o RrBCAlulUcan Deputies LEdMaster8 j Ja1eSLe8OUfltY1 S1rvevOr 3 1 Royalty Asseso a r POppan Defla Robert ifoeSTreasurer J s4 JM Montgomery C050t r t d ir1YcOURfl lt4JameiR Noe Police judge John Grace Marshal 1WPJ Claybrooke City ttorney 1 i t+ rlV JUSTICE COURT s4Jtts ceCoudsarehed Uj January jislrJuly and October Church Directory s1 J 4r ug1flsTCHURCH RevGeoxgeSSW0PePa5t0r Ser t Atces every Sunday at1 aini and 730 p rit Sunday chpol afcp3QPpyer 7Mcetingon Wednesday night at 730 tl t MTJIODISCHtJRCa t Rev SP Stiles Pastor Services oniheFirstand Third sudislnCj acll j ontbatll a maud 730 fl m Sun lJ daliodll verr Sunday tt 10 am Praycr meeting every Wednesday- J w l i f AfrsotJic CHURCH IjJ i Rev l Hennessav Pastor Ser vieeverySTindty at 8 udio oclock m Services at St Rose same hours t dIt rYJ JitJ CHRISTIAN CHURCH 4d1 Re His Lloyd Pastor Services 0 iaecond3htiIourth Sunday io each onth jRraternali Ordersf I i J t j IrASONQDOgSpriflgfleUu1ge o i meets second Monday in each Sqnthi WzuhrngtnR Q Chapter No 57 1fteis every third Monday Sprw fieTd Council No5Z meets on verfourthMody KfSlGU7Sot TUB MACAOHHSi Meets every fidtWednelay in each month if itR t BLACK UAWX TR1131 No I meets every Wednesday night in wigvanl McSlroy Hall i r tE andlN TIME TABLE 4rrlY I and Departure of Trains Ii r r i 421 ijr4 Ilf 4 40 A1kpringflcld Lv 53 15ftlley lull iHH 51203 R BOOker 5 l rnsln5 5811 4S 1181 5Vi4L 6 ii 1l27 rh T 6 ni15 3- f1050anoacs 55 l 1031Siutgl 641334- t 23Dcatsville0 43 50 1Canc Spring6 53 05 lO0O Ilobbi6 5J M1Iesrnint 7 30 U4J BarostoVtiTuDctt t 7 IUS 00 hbiihrtkv1Ile fluluiriI 2 h i SouthPark79ii SLJ SouthLou1svl1Ie t 55 tQ0 L7LqulsVil1l ii AJlM J i 4 r51ythair now mea5surs JUst 4 feet- i ixThchinrr7 length What Aycrs Hrvigoshas doue for tne I certain 1lieitwill 10 for other I cfferr fuflyrecottncnd it to n vho viib0 1 jiMdant Iteautiiul and lotlp hairr rt1frltllttItP QJcr x U4rtvq1 CIJIItAC LINONEAY i fauvMrooC ce uluine Iab f etf Jill draggists refund the wene- yifltiiiilstocBrr B W Grovu ail laSeBiitsbcpnaO box Fri e25c WW ww ww olir wwwW t I i 1 JROUrslOfT1fittK L hftnn I ft J gI t IVfAN WHO THINKS HES IT t We stand arouria and grumble when a man comes rushing1 thrPuKh Pushing me aside and quickly striding up in frOntofyon We call itlackspf Breedidgi bi t lie dpesnlt seem to care In bs rude boinbistic manner he keep iight on getting there a We hear him lopdly boasting of the dollars he has won b He calls the worlds a attention to the things that he has done Wesn erperhapsbut only when he oe8t tseeandsit In the rear because the front seats for tile man who thinkS hes It llIt his heart lie goes believing he is specially endowed He thb ks the Lord has made him better greater than thecrowd We see him pushing forward with a Ugh and mighty air As conceited as a peacockand in some way getting there We scoff at his pretensions but make way when he appears We want to rise and hiss him but join Abw break into cheers Oh I wonder if since Adam first into thatapple bit rAny manias yergot there without I thinking he was It- S E Kiser in Chicago RecordHerald lmap1proaching mers of the county will be called on to turn out an 3 do their share towards putting the roads in order The task of getting the roads of tbertjounty in anything like good condition will be a heavy undertaking as anyone who has traveled roads much this summer can testify There seems to be somqtfissa faction among the citizens over tne new system adopted by the magistrates for working the roads this year but we believe the plan should be given a fair trial before being condemned The system while it may fall short in some respects is certainly an improve ment over the old method in certain particulars The plan of letting the work out to the low esi bidder is certainly a bettcr idea than the old haphazzard way of getting the work Hone as has already been proven by some contracts EO far made by tha magistrates There appears to be some misunderstanding about the overseers and tEere is ah impression that the overseers are entirely done away witli This is not altogether true 6The overseers on all dirt roads are retained and they are assigned the same duties as formery and may draworders on the County Treasurer for work done There is a change however in the turn pikei overseer system All orders for wQrk done are now drawn by the magistrate in each district instead of the overseer Turnpike overseers may serve as before and superintend the work theturnpikesty treasurer for pay for such work must fbe signed by the magistrate of that distric It shall alsObe the duty of thmagistrate to see that all work is carried out according to cOn tract The magistrate in order to perform his duties well will certainly havpto get busy and as we have said in these columns before we think the idea of emi ploylng a goo man as road superintendent for the entire county would h we been a better one we do h6t believe in turAing down the present system until it has been thoroughly triedii ACHiNERY By the way speaking on the road question we dont see why it would not be the best and most economical thing for the county to invest in some machinery for road working Our roads are so far gone insome portions of the couhtythatsome horoic work will haye to be done to reclaim them The old way of hauling a few wagon loads of rock on them will not be a drop in the Bucket Nelson and other counties in thd state have purchased rock crushers road graders and other labot saving machinery as a cpnse jijuence the roads in those coon ties rapidly being put in good condition Thejonginal outlay represents quite an itembut ini order to save the turnpikes some ltIch action must be taken pond the investment will pay in the long run Marion county hap t invested in some iimproved rottd machinery and it is giving satis faction as anbe seen 1Y the following item In speaking of road working the Falcon sa ll There isacertainoverseerin tin county who was riet in favor of theIwas asked how many men it would require toAothe work and to do iifi well Kerpiiedtbat he could take 150 men and do it this admitting that the wotk- that cost the county only 12 woud cost at least 150 if done by hand t f 5 AMEY Prof W F RameyIof Carlisle who the VaShington County Teachers Institute last week created a most favorable impression among those who attended that gather ing of teachers Prof Ramey s methods were improving and uptodate and th teachers were especially pleased with as an in structor and feel hat they have gained many nOw ideas which will be of benefit to them during their coming school sessions when they will be called upon to entice the youthful mind from the fascination of the festive balll game or the alluremeitts of the neighboring forest and stream into the channels of virtue find learning In another column we give an account the main features of the nstitute o IMPROVE The Spring Z field patrons ofthe telephone service will be glad to learn that the management of the tele phone company has decid ed to make extensive improve ments in this service at this point A new multiple switch bQard containing 250 dwps1 vs been ordered and will be put in inimutliatel t lamti- me cables will be puL novel town and the lines will all bo thoroughly overhauled and put in first class shape Wii his new equipment and repikrs the telephone service at this point should be of a character that will leave no ground for complaint from the patrons As we stated in this column last week the service given by the telephohe com pany at this point was getting to be rocky to say the least and we take pleasare to make the announcement of the improve ments in sight WANTED We would like to ask through the columns of your paper if there is any person who nas used Greens August Flower for tne cure of Indigestion Dyspep siB and Liver troubles that has not been curedand we also mean tneirtesults such as sour stomach fermentation of fod habitual costiveness nervous dyspepsia neadaohe despond feelings sleeplessness in fact any trouble connected with the stomach or liver This medi cine has been sold for years all civJUvpil cduntries and icI wish to CwiTHsnond with YOU and send you ojio f our books free of cost If you j ever tried Aug ust Flower trv no botiln first jWe lLwe rievMr cnovn of its iaihn r Iso nothing more eripus is the oatir with you Ask oor ilda Jt druggists FARM FOR SALE I will at tile Court House door in Springfield on MONDAY AUGUST 25th It being County Court Day off ri for sale to the highest bidder the farm known as the Kelty farm Spring1field din creek and containing about 188 acres of land Has unit a good five room houseand othe improvements including god fences Terms One half cash the baj ance to b JJ din one two and beari4sixper 1fer4 I Part culnT address P KNJEISEIi 2518 Cane Run Road i n Louisville Ky 1813Oocloi1 fewof our citizens who Happen etl to be on Main street at the time was attracted to what Was at hrst thought to be thustrang est phenomena in the History 6f Lebanon Tne day hadf been hot and Sultry and when night came the skies began to show eignsOf- an approaching storm Several small flashes of lightning were seen but were hot followed by the usual peals of thunders and rain began to fall At this time in thedirec ion of the tblephone exchange was seen Jight that fary eclipsed the arc light on the cor ner and the spectators looked on in wonder and not a few infear This light burned brightly for fullv ten minutes and then went out Upon investigatipu it was found that we were only having an electrical storm and that one of the electric wires had burned in two hence the brigbtligit- The livp wire remained lying across the street until the rain subsided when Manager Potter of the telephone company came and cut it down before it did any further damage While doing this Mr Potter was on the ground and let a guard fall from from the wire above which struck him on the fore arm causing considerable pain Lebanon Falcon Hows Tins Wo oiler Ono Hundred BoHars Howard foi any caseol Catairh thdt citunot be cm oil by Halls Catorrh C Ire F J CHENEY A CO Prups Toledo 0I We tho undersigned have known F J Cheney for tho last years and 10 lievo hun perfoojly linuoraljjo ural bus iness tninsactionn and linftnclallj ablu to carry out any obligation inadohy thfiir linn WKST t IViAx Wlioinsiilfl Unifnfiats INilcdo O VAIUINIKINNAN tt MAHVJNV Whole saIoIrizgIsts Toledo O Halls Iatarrli Cure is taken internally acting lirecily upon the Dlood ainlnni surfaces or the Hystom Irlcr The per bottle Testimonials ent free Sold hy nil Druggists tIL jiU1i1y1jl tibc Acts Immedfatelv Colds arc sometimes more trouble ome in summer than in winter its so hard to keep from adding to them while cooling off after exercise One Minute Cough Cure cures at once Absolutely safe Act iimmediately Snreure forcoughS colds ronp and throat and lunr troubles SaVed a wonians Life To nave glvpn up would have meant death tors Lois Cragg of Dorchester ass For years she had endured untold misery from a sever luug trou ble and obstinate cough Often he writesIII could scarcely breathe and sometimes could not speak All doctors and rema dies failed till I usedDr Kings New Discovery for consumption and was completely cured Suf- ferersfrom Cougns Cods jung and throat troubles need this grandremndy for it never dis sapoints Cnre is guarsbteed by C J Hayden drug store Price50c afd SlOOi Trial bottle free the Farmer Answer lAnd ed Democrat Over in in Nicholson county the other day a young gentleman was driving along the road with what in Pendleton county is known as his becttgirL The horse hadI been allowed to select his own gait on tho cool highway The young mans arm hail stolen gently around the youn ladys waist and there you hada pic ture of sweet ontcnt but seldoml witnessed Presentlyl the young couple became award thdfc a far inItbeing at them The youhg man in the buggy instantly flashed den Jance at the intruder Rubber 1he cried sarcastically nub her yourself quickly answered the farmer youve got yoi4arin- around her tt II- 4siale I- cral msIiThe proprietors of Fol ys Honey Qud Tar do not adAprfifq this as asure cure lor consumption They d nof claim it will cure this dread complaint in adYauced easSf but do poeifively assertitvilI du re in the carlicri tag es and neTcr fails to give comfp T and relief itr the tybrst cases ipleysr Hbneyand Tar Js without doubfc the gf h nit nild MlrojcrreateSt remed v t Re ujsc bsiifutef Soldby C5 Wdcm iWnen pther jmedicfucs hcyc ailed take fcloleys Kidneyi CUre Ie has t cucd when evth1ng else hzt dl- SJapoined Wood Robertson Drug Co S1r Teachers InstitjjteWa- shlngtpn County Teachers have their Annual Meeting On fulySl the Washington bounty Teachers Institute met at the public school building and organized for business with Supt J W Bush in the chair MId G W Stallings secretary Committees on music and pro gram were appointed On roll call was found that forty six trachers yere present This numberafterwards increased to hearlyiseventy After the completion of the or ganization the Superintendent made an address urging upon tho teachers the importance cf being present during the entire session of the Institute He closed by introducing Prof W F Ramey of Carlisle as the In structor Prof Ramey respond ed in a short speech speoking of the object of Institute work and outlining his plan of work for the weekI JLn the afternoon session school management was taken up MrjGreo R Conner of Nelson county opening the discussion He spoke of the necessity of securing and holding the re spect of the pupil from the first as a means to bring about the prqper conduct of the school Otluer speakers on this topic were Miss Sarah Ross W S Oolvin and Prof J L Harmon of fow ling Green Normal School fol lowed by a pointed talk from the lustrcutbiv Tuesdays wqrk be gan with a discussionm Reading in which quite a number of the teachers took part The impor tance as the foundation of the educational fabric was emphasi zed Prof Ramey explained the Thought Method as it was used to mi ulxKlmnl vnrtf At tl subsequent period this subject again cajneup and a lesson of practical value was given by Miss Lizzie Litsey using the Institute as a class and the selection Abou Ben Adhem as subject matter The beauties and thought of the poem were ad mirably brought out In the afternoon session the subject of Physiology brought outa spirited discussion as to the iinfluence of tIre habits of the teacher over the pupil in the use of narcotics Mr Peter took the stand that the tQacher should not use tobacco or intox icants Prof Ramey spoke at some length of the hurtfulness of cigarette smoking to the mental moral and physical rjature of the pupil Physical culture drills as a means of develqpe ment in the school WrlSalso spoken of in connection with this topic The use of myths fibles fairy stories etc was ad vocated by Prof Ramey and brought up a llively debate injre gard to Santa Claus in which Profs Harmon Roberts and Ded man took a jart- Composition and its impor tance in connection with busi ness correspondence was dwelt upon by Prof Harmon The instructor spoke of the best methods of teaching paragraphing and how closely related was this with other branches of the com mon school l curriculum The subject of History was in troduced by Mr Conner who spoke in faorof the plan of teaching by ephocs Prof Har mon spoke of the diffeVent Hair Splits I Vigonfort a hair dressing and for keeping the hair from splitting at the ends It J Grucncnfelder Grantfork Ill I splitsfr1tndships splitting is done oh your own headjt Iloses friends foryouror everyhaiJ of- YOl1r head Is a friend Ayers Hair Vigor in advance will prevent the splitting If the splitting has begun it will stop it Jtl00a droiW I It your drnggBt cannot iappiyrou 1aendua one dollar and wo will express 1 you a bottle Be sure and nyc the name I of tour nearest express office Address I jcJLYEacoJxmelltM u r jji = = = il LkjI 4 A 2000000 stock to bg sold at CLOSING oUr1Prices Dont miss thish ric for Bargains Oqr stock consists ol the latest and best things in Dry Gopds Ncr tions ClothIng Shoes fls Carpets MaUing Rugs So Linoleum Oi1C1oths Wa1 Paper Window Shades Lace Curtains Curtain Poles Rooi Mouldingt nj yqu- fother thiiigs all at the 1owst Ji prices ever offered I DON1JWAITk YJc 9 t 13e Quick and get S inc ofthe manyx good things we are offeung Call at out store and be convMed that what we say IS true hYollJs x Iyji iMcCHORI ROERTSOTJtli Ii = = == Aa t i f traits of our national character and where we get them Apian of teaching by charts and dia grams was illustrated on the board Miss Lizzie Litsey show ed how an event would be un pressed on the mind by reading jlistoryProfremarks of practical value to the teachers in the class room Fridays work was taken up largely by business matters re lating to school work The question Resolved that the third class certificate should be abolish ed f had already been disposed OfiJby the Institute voting to 7mit a resolution asking the leg islat ro to abolish it The State Teach vs Reading Circle work wasspoken of7bje Erofi Ram y and the advantages toBe ed from it A committee consisting of Misses Ella Shaunty Sarah Ross Jennie Redding Mrs Ada Ar nold C W Stallings and E P Dedman was appointed to take general oversight and arrange for the Teachers Xssoeiation of DigItrict to be held at this place in October The repqrts of the various committees were received and committees discharged with the exception of the Library corn mittee which was continued for another year After an entertaimnent render ed by the common school grad uates which was highly enjoyed by teachers and visitors the Institute closed one of the most enjoyable and profitable sessions that has been held for some years IjA Summer Trip Unsur passed on the Continent The trip to Salt Lake jCity or to the Pacific coast VJ8 that pomt over the Denver Klq Grande and the Rio Grande Western is the most beautifull in America No European tripoffequaUen in can qompare with it In grandeur of scenery or wealth of noyeHn terest Then Salt Lake Clly it sell is a nit quaint ndplctur1 esque place and well worth tt1O journey Its orman temples J tabernacle tithing office and church institutions its hot sn phr springs withIn the city lim its its delightful temperature sunny climate a1dlts great Salt Lake xJeades and Sfepsef than the Red Beain Pal ttDe tire but a fey feajtures QH Salt Lake City s countless atlractlons There are parks drives danptis and buaatiful outlying mountains and lake resorts Imagine If you can a bath in salt watffg mile above sea levell and in svstirjtwhichyuuoiinkInquire ageut for llow tourist rates to Salt Lake City or write fOrin format onandcopy of san Lake City tthe cityof the 8aintr toS K Hooper n qfraPPsen ger agent Denver Colorado MrsMinoryaSipJtjOf Danyilte III writes 1 had tjroijqhitis for t ypntr I yea s apd never got rt1ier11utUI uscdFolejs lt ne1anda1wbich Is g ure cure Sold by C Jr HayclOn r r WoddinAllnounced3The Duucanand Mr Elliot Huston jyoung people lot ytVl acquain tance and pop IaritY will be sol emnized at noon July 29at the tbrides home Blootnfieldi Rev W Ypavis will ped rm the servictes The aunouncement Of the wedding iilbea source of interest throughout the stste it The gfoom is at the bead of a Denver newspaper though he iis a native of Spddcer county For years he h sli UnI1enver and his success basCljeen marked flis bride is OEJe brUelsons most attractive WDmen M son Rec ord Treat yqur KIicy Ear RKunatlSm When you are SufFetiug frOm then maiisnr the kducysmnstbeattnddd ttSitonce so that thej will eliminate the uricacid 1 F6 Kidney Cure istemo8t effective rein dy for this purpose R T Hop kiss of PolaWisjsaysjUj After un- eesafully doctoring three years for rnenmatism I tried Italeys Kidney Oure and it cured n1e Jcannot speak too highly of this great medicine Sold by WoodRobCrtsonThugQo KentuckY lg Dates Richmond Juty I 19 Georgetown July 2220 Danville i August 58 DoxiiigtonJ4 August 1116 Shepherdsvnie August 1922 Lawrencebur l9 22 M aysyilley 4igudtO2 8 Shelbvie Angtis i2629 v LondOn Aist759Florence uiust 2780 GermantowiiKAugust 2730 Bardstown September z6j E izobethtowri September 912 SpringfielS September 6i0 13 Glasgow September 86 Eigep1ember 1113 Horse Cqveji eptember 1750 Louisville September 22 27 flatiLO ctpberl rtFreak dffljfulr Mr PV M Vdiiar die ha among his relics the root of a dogwood tree which resembles perfectly in shape siize and ap pearance the lower portion of a right leg rand fopt Qfohumal1 being about nfteati years old even the fiye toes being perfect He has also a njetoil dinnerfftorn brougtit from Virginia by his great gfand falhejr in 1778 and which has biieul intl1e ofamHy eversincei and bears the dateand iuitials carve by its original ownerHari dsburg Democrat AtR Bas8 qf Morganfcojvn Indhad to getnp ten or ijwefve timee in the ughtandhadv vcro backcche and paiSsin his kidneys Was cured by Foteys Kidney Cure 8o Id by Wood Robertson Drug C9zl t W5 TTht3i1eM Ithugi f e1bowels that the body is cleausit Hinrjlcs Con Rtipationjccepstinise pPMp8 jn tne system causing headache duIII and inClanchSlia at fr5t t4KsiJ ly audfinirys ser oJ4l1l1 c unless a remedy1 KiifTwii KeWitt Little Uarly Risi iH PCCye ttWvti biatiy stimulaU tgjthe iirtr W po jnotecasyheaUlyiictipfioithf bqw els Tse1itlpj1ledo Wet act y fiently bit by tijiiti iAir the b4w cIt enable tIssn op tf6i5jhek own work Nevecjgriipe ordUtrew Hay loll Robutsod it DETHOFTWWWWN QM of OIr Qliest Citizens lPisses ttliirRewar I J f t Mr ThosW owndidof flux atthis home on Pleasant Rund near jjimins Tuesday night He had ieeh very ill for several days and his death was Sot un expected by his relatives and friends Th funerals ivices d lOatholica were interred in the cemeteryjat the same place today r Brown was 78 years qld ggM one of the best known S 3pS the county He was boiredand has livedt continually polthe farm where lie died He was married twicp His gist mar riage was with Miss Julia Ann 1JBr wasv Dl born two children Mrs Be Beaven anji Mr Louis Brown of thiTcouuty His second matri monial venture was with Miss itMAry Ann Adams daughter of Mr Richard Adams There were lght children born tbxfhis f marriage six of whom and their mother still survives Ray joined i the Jesuit priesthood and Mis Julia became a member of St Catherines coaventV They both died several year ago Those wha are sti1llvIbjrOrLeoof Louisville Walrerof Lexipgtdn Ed and Clem both of this county ahd Mrs Joe A Mudd of Chicago Uland Mrs BfIL Lancaster of this city Mi Brown was A meffiberof a large family all of jVhoras well as his ancestors lived tP aripe old age Hei4as a model christian husband aud father and was held iin the high ByhisI valuable citizen aadgonttejiQan whas absence will be lamtetfdv a by a large circle of friendsl Lebanon Faldotft r fail to perform their fuuetions ream tar lcol thholei jbilitatecl Herbinela remarkable ia itacfficasyin curing the1 ailments of summer and the disorder jKttvalea during hot weather Price 50 cesta ft fiaVdoas drur store SurprlsiR friends Quite astlrs created m yesterdayinprping knbwn that last week in Stit Louis MrS W Bird And Mrs Agnstus Biii were married They were divorced at the last term 01ta8Sel yQir nit court rBirdMrspJi Alimony M lh at tody of two of her three lil rtd The third etaaif Earvd Mr Bird is in trsaieMMe bIIIS tl abelbJTh sd leoasittthty veoWMN Bird iabotthirty jwa o s r- i oeot t 47Ott g mnb4iertiuttMe fr ad jJWtathere they will mUe Ultfr future aprae Lo jis viile Times IAAL AL VE Ml moAt h atlrw pelvein the word WrFiIBC NENSLtADEK pL1D EVElY Tflt7h DAY 11 A YEAR IN ADVANCE JftIHGFIELD KY F EJL DAVISON Jr EDITOk k tjocal or bi toeM Botlces c BS F 0 for the first iBMTtlofi and l luubseqantln 1 Calls on candIdat and polLUCaxnatteri rents per lint LJobworkJsdbfl a low rites bUt csh- h ilust bopId oa delivery of goods lA ertlsia contracts Le onllberal rloJIturlet r and resqlutionsVof respect 3 i ts per Nn f8 MagI Lratest jI th4iDtttrl l O ces l t THURSDAY JUPY31 1M2J J For Ct tit Clerk y We are mutborizea tp announce the jwmeof VrVcI St tfc WartlBgtoH Circuit Court i MJeotto the action of tim Demo 9cratloprti r One Week from next Saturday 6 j isrlhe day named on whiha vqte VLt1 1people of Springfield and iitqine t dtite vicinity favor the establish Icment of a graded free school r We believp the question is one of the most important that has come up fdr publiccorisideratioK in tliehjstoryof the town Negfc to the business interests from which the inhabitants df the town cerivathe1r livelihoodthe ques tion of churches and schoOls is x of the greatest importance The t desirablei citizen snch as every forawttystt catioiial advantages of a town Among the first tquestions asked by adtizen seeking a location is IIw1ul are your school ad an tages Tie answer to that LI question as regards Springfieldi i just now as everyOne knoir would not be of very encouIt 7 aging character to the prospec l catioiialtt r iJ v eeIl tosay theieasi J 111 uncertain Anyway in these f days of fine public schools where the children of the humblest A1parents maybe given the lpr vi lege of tation on ual erras With the wealthy the town ithoitMsuch an institutionJ 1 i at a decided disadvantage In fact the advantages of a graded eti scliool where chldrehofall ageSi r and of all positions injife may i receive an education absolutely X free are numerous and obvious r to rtnyone who las given the question anyithought The only ta possible objection thatcould be raised to The proposition is th one of taxation A smailladdi tiorihl taxwill beviaon- aI II taxable property within the di upporttbet5school Th2 burden of this tax will of course fall on the large property owners And hen the question arises wilt not the in- rcreiseink2 the rvalue of real estate 4n tae community by reason of t gojd chool faciliies more than oSfjeV tIlt iacrjw5eJ taxes Yew vv 1bsheve is willThis school l question t 1 t js onfe whicjfWi1tstid the fd ijcloseit invest Ulpni and argu pmont and we belie vethat anyone Itt who wilt lookat tlie matter in an unprejudiced way will be con VineJ tlifjit tht establishment of a graded school for Springfield Jwill bpf benefit to evjery indi vldual citizen as well as to the S v town and community ingenera l Phe JKfentucky and T nnessjE- oBoard i of Fire Underwriters or L what may be more appropriately JJtermed the Fire InSurance Trustt 5basgiven out the new frates of insurance fof Spririgfleta What the Board has done fjr the lax ioftpenty1RightI 1fl4 the face of- eircurastonces j l which were favor tbletot apd which the people of irS ibfif town were led to believe I t iNjaldreSult icia reduction in l1 L Acoatof insurance the rates 4S fcv0b eQi rttsed and income r t OHM 4f wcid beyond fcll wson aa J point whieH js alBBost ceroJJarWl a w 1 e rates were already high the gures havo been simply It is true that on outside oldI ingsand tna few cases the ratehas been maintained ra slight reduction made but on the I wholelttfe rates are avcay up rNq reasoiis given for this xtra or4iiqary action on the part oftteV insurance companies except that they have been losing moneyinsc Kentucky and that the advance ini ratds will be general through outth sta e Intact the insu r an ce combine probably Would not feel called uppnytp give a reasoh It simply lias the property Owners in its power and can and does dictate its own rates and rIs If there ever was legisla tion needed to break up a grind iing combine it is needed in Ken tucky against the fire insurance companiesi QUARTERLY REPORTV op THE CONDITION OF PEOPLES DEPOSIT BANKe INCORPORATED SP1tINllIEiD KYOlAt the close of business Juna 80 1903 RESOURCES 4ans and Discounts f17343023 1Overdraftsaecured 0000DuelromNatlonal 7Due1906380DuJromTrust 500000Mortgages 0000Other8j eqio48030Iurrency 966301 Sxchanee for Clearings0000 0000 Cashumtture quarterFupd 0000 3SO Total 22309779 LIABILITIES 5000000Surplus 81600flleD CepositsInterest Is not paid 14553963 Deposits subject to check con JDemandwhich fafenTsHs paldOOOO T yuonwhlch28179SavingnieatispaidtiertlSuuaeNationalbttnks0000Due State banks bankers Due Trust Companies 0000 Cashiers checks yjUnpaid dividends none Taxes due and unpaid f none Vapltal stock not paid none Total 122809779 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtednesslof any firm IIncluding in the potliability of the i diridul mem bers thereof dinjctjror indi if such indebtedness luceedstock actually paid in andac tual amount of surplus None How is indebtedness stated Ineabove item secured Nobs Highest amount of indebtedness aofamount otjsojh lndeJlteftptr5r oxneiiU per cent of paid up papIte1How is same secured None Dt es amount of iodobtednoss of any persons company or firm intcludii g lit the liability of company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paidup capital and actual Kirplus No If to state amount of such in Uebtddness None Amount of last dividend 400000 Were all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted there from before declaring dividend and was not lets than per cent of net profits of the bankwfor the period covered by the dividend carried to tbe surplus fund before said dividend was declared Yes Give description loo tli nVulue arid hvv long owned all real estate exei-banking pt house and loL If any own i longer tbaifflvo years NonesJAlOULW RE Cashier G D ROBERTSON Pres State of KentuckyfCounty of WashingtouJ rDepositBank located and doing business on Springfieldinsidthat the foregoing report is in all rvspects true statement of the con dition ot said Bank at the close of business cn the 30th day of Jucl1992 to the best of his knowledge pnessat the location named and JOt elsewhere and that the above report is made in compliance with an official notice received frcfai the Secretary of State designating the 30th day of June 1902 as the day on which uch shall be madeVJ A BOULWARE Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by ofJulyA C MCEDROY NP Washington County Ky Commission expires January 14 1901V GD ROBERTSON 5VWF HALL Buainess men wh llack the vim snap and viger they once hud should use Herbfne It will purify the blood systemlrlce25 Foleys Kidcey Cure purifies blooo by straiuing wit impurities and tduesvpthe whole system Cures Sidney and bladder trouble For sale iJy Wood JRober son Drug CoV Makes Weak Women Strong 1 have taken Eonr Remicks Pepsins Blood Tbmc 1 knO ittobeihobastthnlcever used It make InirOngIDg0lneylll lfWi VfM ii4r7 ttUlltlVC bV 0QtMUK tW Tskk4iV aHH jwreH5wsrt oB ihfla sisKs aissrafiHJ OOW i ili miW II WSHappenings Among the County PeopleV 1 1L LftftMnnnn ftnMMMft by our GorrespondentsV Tatham =Springs Prof Suunderss singing hool is in progress at Fairview Rev Allen is conducting a pro tracted meeting atFai view ofWil1iSprings James Stratton and wife of Louisville visited the Springs last wee- kReOampbell tilled ihis regular appointmeut rere Sunday T D Pulliam of Antioch visit ed the Springs Sunday Mr James Heiriricks of near Pulliam was kicked by a horse last week and is in a serious con di ttonVWallace Jenkins of Kirkland visited his son J B Jc nkijs of this place Sunday VnSeveral from this lace attend dcourtMotdayhUscar Kays tha eleven year dVSOfl of James Kays was kicked by a horse last week and Osu riously injured LLLIS8URG R M Arnold arid family of Maud are at the liome of C R Cheatham for a few days Jame Merrit who has been in Louisville at the Masonic Home is spendingvacation with his aunt Mrs Sue MerrittI Mr Ruel E Foster of your town called to see Miss Audrey Pinkston of Tatham Springs There will be singing at the- hristian church here on next Sunday night conducteS by Mr ohn Sutherland Miss Ophelia Yates of Moores le visited Mrs A B Wells last week She was accompa edhome by her sister Miss Net e who has been visiting rela tives hero for so no weeks past Miss Pearl Lynch of Moores le paid ourtown a call Suuday Misses Reava and LizzieShir ley attended cnurrh at Tatham Springs SundayatEd Wells called at Cotnish ville to see his best girl Sunday Mr Henry Hickerson and l Miss Lillian were the ieasant guests of Mrs Mary Hughes the first of the week Miss Mayme Merritt is visit g at the home of J M Snider of BloomfieldVMrs W W Hyatt hug return d home from Bloomfield where she has been visiting her par nts Quite a crowd of young peo J ie attendedchurch at Fairviow Sunday nightI eMissthe pleasant guest of her aun Mrs W S Gibbs at Englewood Mr John futherland and fainA ily visited in Anderson lust week i HMlsboro The farmer are all wearing llong faces on account of the dry eatherVMrs Emma Leachman and laughter Mrs Annie Godby are visiting the formers son Will L achman at Bloomfield Ky Mr John Homan began a ingingscliool at this place last S undayV Misses Rena Shewmaker and Irman are the uests off near Botland Mr and Mrs Will Miller hap to theirhome nea Data illeafterVCVCLUl days visit to the tatters parents r und M rs John Leachman Porn tothe wife of Will Human an eight pound girlV Mrs Mary Handerhan of Bot lland is the pleasant guest of lied arents Mr arid Mrs Fitzgerald Miss Lizzie Williams one off Hilisboros most popular young lladies is visiting her cousin Miss Effie Dudgeon near Texas Miss Mattie Begley of Fen wick is teaching the fall school atthisplaceV VrtLLEY lULL Mrs Dudd Shehan is some better at this wiitingSMrs Charlie Lewis is very low with a complication of diseases Mrs Frank Seay 4Y low wIi h cholera morbuscBorn on Thursday toV the wife of Enic Crow girl LafeC uney and wife visited his parents here last Sunday Crops are lookingbad and if the jdrouth continues another week nothing will be raised Howard Tatum sold eight t snoatsto Logiie Shehan at 8 els per pound Ed Goatley und wife visited the ators parents at Maud last Saturday and Sunday Eqr body attended court a na Monday from here Houston andlfSweeny aret i thrashing wJielftMCthig vicinity Marks and Green shipped ih ree carloads of lumber irpm tQreai JI rREDCRIGKSTOtVN Miss Ella Shaunty Mesdames George Mclntire Wm Willett and Leroy Clarkson are atV Millers Springs Miss Pearl Conner is at Gray sons Mrs Milligan and son Earl MissesLettie and Maltie Norris have returned home aftar a thjee weeks visit to relatives here Mr and Mrs Geo Clements spent Sunday at Mrs Carric6s Mr Thomas L Mudd has gone to Sioux Falls Dakota in the in terest of theMcCormick Machine CompanyMrs and daughter Miss Mayme from Louisville will be the guests of Mrs S J Hamilton ext weekV Mrs Jim Wheatley is visiting er sister Mrs Hugh Auberry Miss Jennie Finney is visiting her aunt Mrs Jale Ross Mr and Mrs Byron Croake of your town were here Saturday Owl Greek We are needing rain very badly now People around here have be gun topping tobaccoV Mr J M Washburn and wife of Spencer county visited thein daughter Mrs J M Montgomery last weekVProtracted meeting begun at the Methodist church at Mack ville last Monday Mr J M Montgomery was in the Pleasant Grove neighborhood last Saturday Misses Minnie and Bettie Mat tingly accompanied by their cousin Miss Mattingly from arrodsburg pus od through this vicinity last Su day INViGh Quite a number of our people- tended the Institute last week Miss Maggie Smith was in Frederickstown last aeekV Mrs Sarah Cull and Robert of Harrodsburg spent Saturday and way with J N Cull Your popular correspondent cf Owl creek passed through our village Saturday Mrs wr Me Arty of Louis v lie is visiting her parents att this place Miss Annie Osborne of Fred ricks own vas here last weed Mrs Sarah Logsdon spent last week with irs W F Logsdon Mesdames G Wand J E Adams and S A Logsdon visited virs Joe Smitlt1 Tuesday last Mr and Mrs James James spent Wednesday with Mr and Mrs Ben S paid ing Misses Sallie Barke and Nellie Thompson left lust week for HopKJnsyille Mrs JRSm th Has returned home from Tennessee Mr und Mrs JJ N Litseyof Chicago visited Mrs W T Log- ond Saturday Ist Mr and Airs JohnPolin visited their sister Mrs J N Me Afhst r Saturday lust Miss Eva Hu chison of Louis vilk WItS the juist of Misses Annie and Martha Ljgsdou- Mis Lena Cejil tine Clarencnf Graves were at Wood la wn Satur day and Sunday Mrs J V tCull is on the sick list L 1Gartwridhfs Greek 1MissesSeveral of our youngsters from thin plaoe spent Sunday with IMiss Lossie Fields 9f Bear Vial low Ail report a nice time Miss Lossie is a sociable and en tertaining youngladyV Mr Walter Smith wife and o b parentfunday Mr Albert Smith bqughta pairofwdrk mules from Wheatleyfor25OV TomI Mrs Georgia Riney of Davis who is visiting he e spent last Wednesday with Mr J K Smiths family and sev e ralothersVMisses Belle and Florance Smith entertained at their beau ifult home Tuesday evening peopleinDry weather is all the go andI the men are seen going round with long faces and the blues Mr Willie Wellingtonof Davis county was visiting Mr Robert Orkies Sunday and Monday A good many from here are expecting to attend the picnic Chicago Saturday itetjfcl pecItalltI Tiurus and bruises wnicbLalraptdlY ivhea Ballards SnpxT Liiienient is ap ptiedPrice i5 and at Hiyditt ru store t MOOREThLLEI Mrs Jeff mith and Mrs Jas Wall visited Richard Smith at New Haven lalst Friday Someone remarked the other day all they read in the NEWS LEADER was about people visi tingeWeU if we were allowed to write of their meanness then the devil would beto play Jessie Mann gave the young folks asociafiast Saturday night It was largely attended and everything passed off quietly Nate Weakly gave an ice cream supper last Wednesday night tliero were about 800 present WeJwe will have to say it broke up in general row Nobody w s hurt andwho was to blame I want to say a maxi can have his opinion but it will not always do to express it 4r5A U Yates has his barn nearly completed It iis 100 feet llong 20 feet to the eaves 48 feet wide said io be the strongest and largest barn ever put up in this section Dame Rumor says we are to have two if not three weddings between now and September 10 We hope it is true as all connected are worthy young people Mrs Margaret Farnsworth of Bardstcwn visited friends here llast Sunday Mrs Frank Seay has been very ill for several days but is somewhat improved School opened at Fairview last Monday School will open at the Mooresville schoolhouse Augpst 4th with Miss Kat Shaunty as teacher- E C Champion began teaching at Neale schoolhouse last Mon day as also did Miss Stella Virgin hear Pottsville There was a small crowd out at New Hope church last Sunday There was no preacher conse quently no preaching There nextIHam Sweeney and Miss Flora Wall spent last Sunday with friends at Chaplin Vithas sold his farm to Mat Truax consideration unknown Also ithat Murray Shields has sold his farm containing 93 acres to Arthut and Limah Moore fir lf 00 Also that Mat Truax has sold a farm containing 100 acres to Murray shields at 120 per saidIIto bp on tno Nf l1tnpI- porlo nf IIIIIUH whol history Is IIThe for mi virwx tnili to half the iCKtiitut to Ncpium iott t1thrill Thought voarlen und fails In BiNkfnu to grasp such ills luindr theItbe IrMnn grows dim and small In tine distanceV Stern Chnx The YoutlYfs Im in business for- mysIt lrt oiVqfl to be able to miMt vii iy suetsVTin1 1 Niixy tver meets with lirshusH jntn lie must OCII tile lt1hiliulelpiila Pn8s irlxil lli Pence mlndIUowOve ije u pjecu of lJersDetroltI Free Press + VVRlnckrnnj the nose the cheeks and tint f III s lioen foiinil un effee tun nreveiitlxi siiow blindness BUCKDRAUGHT FOR CONSTIPATIONConstipation than a clogging of the bowels andnothing less Ulan vital stag nation or death if not relieved If every constipated sufferer allowingpdisonous system he wouldsoon get relief Constipation invites aU kind of contagion Headaches bilious ness colds and many other ailments disappear when consti pated bowels are relieved Thed fords BlackDthught thoroughly cleantfont the bowels in an easy and natural manner without the purging of calomel or other violent cathartics Be sure that you Ret the oriffi nDl Thedlords BlackDraughtV made by The Chattanooga Medicine Co Sold hy all druggists in 25 cent and llOO packages JCoryu Ark lily 25 JM1 SI eaasetreromesd fl4Vf4rsugkttooMah1y lkeepltiikoaeV Ultlattteatr ether UxtUrc i tthlak Ityer akte to work witMit itVoa ateeHt treHWrea l1 ttttMM li a1ltMUlJkIWdD ijj iwiVi iwliiliiiw i ijI tlAj iiIt 1i a We BuyBuggles tII- bq I- r J II fh Car tdLf Our g Call and a selection and ready for Spring v i k t I frI1 j I 2 You must remember is near at handand S 5 we grass seeds of aJI v I x IIt I 1 make a jTHOMPOI1 1 VSVPRJNQFIELDKy L o If tt O f f O 1f f fH m i The Missouri Pacific Railway Affords prospector health or pleasure seeker better advantages in which to reach any Missouri Kansas Colorado or Utah Points the Pacific Coast and the Northwest rO Fast trains daily from St OrtyPueblowith the Denver Rio Grande RS Scenic Line of the World Extremely Low Excursion Ratess durinff the summr months to Colorado Utahmd Pacific Resorts All equipped ith lectri lligots electric Jans Pullman Sleeper dining cars la carte service OnlY line operating thro gi Pullman Standard Seep Louis to feun Francisco cenic Colo rado and Salt tha vear roof1Personc conducted Pullman Tourist epers every TueMlay 900 from St TOUVW30 pm vVednesJa s arid Fridays from Kansas City rough Colorado and Utah ito the Pacific Coast An Ideal Rout During the Four St ns Stopovers allowed west bound passengers the Missouri Par Rj betwe IVjuQrniagVV and trains aSLouis to transact lisiness or visit the Worlds Fair SitV landsomVdecriptivt litrraturo will be mallet ree Fur formation ij w rates OIK vay and runi trip folders folders etc donsnlt Ticket Agents or addressVR TG Mathews T P A KyIl 00 0 Spend the at- ASHEVILLE Charmingly situated in the beautiful Moun in Region of Nor i Carolina l known as the ILand ot the Sky v Easily reached by the RailwayI Clear Bracing Atmosphere Good Temperature Magnificent SceneryV A delightful retreat from the intense heat of the Summer Land of thISky book free on receipt of two cent stamp for postage CH Hunge ord D PA nuisvUle Ky G B Allen A G PA MJ Louis Mo H Bpenccr Gen Mgr St Louis Mo If a man makes a prediction people forget It Illt does nUt come true Jut lu will not let them forget It If Iteoiu tree Atchjoon Globe Scaileped BnLnaaVBananas cc rood enough In their or dinary simplicity but sonic persona there are xvuo like bananas made Into a sort of scallop In tltLi way Cut halt a dozen bananas trite Trifle Inch slices Cut some bread into small pieces andt place a layer of them in the bottom ot- a pudding dish Add u layer ptiba nanas two tablespOonfuls of sugar and one tablespoonful of lemon juice n peatthes ayers until all liave been used having bread its the topmost IEugarI oven Society Molar Dentist Well howiflo the neir teeth vork ETerythlng satisfactpryl PatientNot exactly They swni to cutthe others TheyDonflstatheally long to the same set you know flWi cago News 4 dnd We tan affotU to sell tihem at- close 1 fj gun s i nowfullnobV Etibiest Yehieles on the market Any Style ndany P Wi make fce have kinds 1We tff j milIMMli decidedly Coast trains legaz evllr WesternS 11 nb bI 1 d Insurance i c1 1j 1mi RevQrse- dS1OUTIIRN jIMUIUA il j Investment ComMnyO- rLexhiton J IIl hy4fGW McELROYS I AGENT 1ct Spr1ngfldXy lJij- Itilil k VqV f CEMENT t 1 lI I Lowest Prics F 4 f IUGi1LUMBERIDIESSEDLUMBER y f fw ASH and DOGS I ftJLATH and SHINjGrLii 4 l c NTRA CTIN G m 4trI in r SPRQICAL ANGETP IGE H t GjJiiijijj ljltJili i WlWi Wiww f 4 GtOT1TEfiTUtJffjs THE SWF A HER fr t fL ThatiswhatyouVwant t t havethfrVVt9FVVtVi ti ilti = c or IirU Itock 6oilMens Summr fi Suits Hatsandti r fShoes cpntat- hvriet J and good ftztc valuesVVV iV 5VV r5 J VII VJff d f We extend ace rdial iinyitaVipni tOVitti tif t4ourt curtQckf jSummer DrassGoodsflsti f 1 Caa1 1fr ttr1 Ct s Ve re making some bpecalbargainVyv i j I Grurffl1O1abrook t IcinlireIlit 1IVIt It rl I IJ tIII t t tt t tt I1fl1rfie l= 1f tlfi f11- t ttrIa 1tVVIFRANK V Slit W BEN ft SIX MS JOhN Fol rirM14So tR kw SIMMS Co- Livotyy Feed and Sale StaWe T HoieSpitil 1 n frinll CoiItab1StaI1S4lndgx1 trest ment for boarding horsV J II SPRIN4iFIE DKY HNrT ML IJ M BURTON RESIDENT DENTIST TEETH XTBACTEp 1 iVITHOLJT f PAINII r t +X I O cgagMi Block Upstairs FXfliGF1ELaD KY t j i el1ta1Work Strictly loiifci f Firstclass fl paJ HI LAMPTON itf rFgJi j tJtJ Opera House I i 1 t fDRJSJSSMOK- I J SPUING IELD K- YLJFFIOEDrRinebarts j JT for aapr offices over Peoples DeppsitL- V i Bank Office hours 12 16 2pm t W F GRIOSBYII r rTTORNEYATLAW 1flZ1ELD KY it T Stops T Gou l t l S 1tl jferk el1dlieCoIU sf jucalive BromqQuinine Tablets curt old la eai ay N j Cari No Pay l t Jt NORTHERN MJCHGANL i if mill SieepiM cdls from t i Lowlsvllle J Sleeping curs roiming to Northern Michigan resorts from LoaUviUe i over Peniisylvaniai Short Libra and Gtt fR I Railway TbeF1shthgLiRieb will be utablished Ju e22i9O2 leav iDjf Lonlsville 4 pmdaUvlluivfng Ji Ptkey Traverse City Bay View L Harbor Spring and Mackabaw City lJ1ext JBornjng Mnckfnac Islald at Jnoon Meals on dining cars For l special information address C It Hag ertyi PA Lo1i8vI1oICyo af f a i EXAS I ANEW FAST TRAIN 55 Zbw 1 t ros aB4 XuaI City ad ji OKLAHOMA CITY j Or WICHITA t I DENISON SHERMAN V rALLASftI FORT WORTH SoLla4s ot tile Inest eqn1pezt pXOYided s tSSI W1Q e4ectxfo l1gl1ta aad au other jeoderm nowLR d River Divisioncery 811 ltoae known to modem caP lfliat ma rifiroadlag b4 been ep1oye4 Ie tH Jilke1IJI of tkla sryioe JaclaaJq Cafe Ofcervatl n Cars Ii Wftfw the wuucMuat of Fred HaireyVjOl tefomMttoa M to rates and all details Tia tI11I new route wm e ppMcatlon bz aT otlMIMtI Te 1 A D MURRA1ii Agent JLo 4O7Wa1DL1tCijC1fln2tj o If RACIUiLTROIIV i iq I FCMI isvilieVijffcQNtchanflirg CHf jTakoth Sleeping Car which will 1ee Loaiaville +pm over Pannsyl yariia Short Lines yla IndianapoHa and Locansp oft over Van jplia I1t 4 through La Otto via G It J to Kalamazoo thence via Michigan Cen trnhTno tbrongb oar will leave Loalj villa cliUy at4 p m bcglnhlri C Aja e22al1d witl arrive at Detroit 130 ne morning ani make connections r esortsot1thest CMJr river and Canada Get d taila Criin Cv H Hag firfru Noticep jinycistjreiit i e ceilYntrate of interetwite Ifor mrticnlar3 A reikn to sfcitpr wane r Pennsyivania ljJil yeti entalldI vestment r 7 liiaer Bmlfling Head itu Ljf v Viiiii tf1h hi dtt r tuii iivi4 it otoI r 1eoulu be no neahhier pace j iliem Yuu need yuly lp gii ferrtl lolSi 181r181 auger scriouB coijseqaench For Clltw Jnnli1e woun4ijcf Viichanuanuiii bcil4ei H9ay LlJ Johnson Swift J v5lv lt liithe hcstremedy oh tile izSUh aei Beware of c unte- rfitr1llaydon a 4id55 tJTwotciweii I Ibt1 1 Irut1LIedj1 qnef on iaihtfpr bOnltw Jean wr1tAfHDtvs of Mt Sterling it buttedbjTtfeipf Fofer Sidney Cijre effect Wa byWce4 1rl taS I TOWN re 5 j Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest About Yourself Friends IIIIAII and Acquaintances 2 Friiitjars almost at cost at 0 w H gallS sugarforFOR SALE A complete but chers outfit Apply to Dr H H Iprd A complete line of groceries can be found at 0 W Hagans all fresh FOUND A bunch of keys which the owner can have by callingi at this officeIDont forget to go to C W Hagans for your vinegar His iihas oequa1 Take your country produce to C W Hagan He pays the highesti price cash it you want it If you want a nice coffee cheap call and see C W Hagans line 10 J2 15 2025 cents WANTED 500 pounds bacon and 500 pounds of hams Will pay highest cash price C W Hagan FOR SALE I have for sale two J fino young Southdo Rn bucks Fishers celebrated buck JoHN W KELLEY IL TAKEN UP A red heifer weighing about 500 pounds Owner cang further informa tion by calling at NEWSLEADER fficeVJohnTetIey offers a special premium for the best colt sired by Fancy Boy to be shown on the secon day of the Spring field fair BULLSFORSALE p Ihavetwo fine Polled Angus bulls for sale two and three year old J B ROBY Simms Ky IThe Bardstowii base ball club will be here tHis afternoon to play the Springfields at Simms p ru arid a good game is prom jed Admission 25 cents ladies free Rev C M Humphrey Pastor of the Methodist church at Mpt k villa will preach ut the Metho dist church in Springfield next Sunday He will also hold acramentalservices The First National Bank be glassiand refurnished the interior giv ingittne appearance of a model l and up todate banking estLb lishment A protracted meeting is in p ogiess at the Methodist church at Mackville The pastor Rev G M Humphrev is assisted by Rev ST Stiles the pastor of the Methodist church in Spring fieldVMr Guy Dawson and Miss Mary Lee Eddleman were quiet ly married at Tatham Springs Saturday the Rev C C Allen officiating Tne groom is a son of the late Thomas Dawson of Bloomfield He is a young man of sterling business qualities and well known The bride is the yonngest daughter of Mr W Eddleman a wealthy farmer oXthis county 3mce writin the item on the rst page of this issue about the i contemplated improvements in the telephone ystem at this lace Manager Phil McChord informs us that a car load of ew material has arrived and that a forceof men will be put work immediately to put in new equipments and make the telephone service of Springfield first class in everyrespect The Spelling Bee given byJ he Indies of tho Christian church on last Weduisaay evening at he Court House was quite a pleasant affair Quite a large umber if teachers of the county and others toqk partin the contest for the prize a five dollar gold piece Miss Pearl Goatley cameout winner after an excit ing contest Refreshments were served and about 40 was real ed for the benefit of the church = ComingStJrsandtle Isl I 1otbermember uTOPIGS 1 g g which played that game was notjjJ composed of the old regulars a arid that with their regular team they can beat tIle youngsters i any day in the week Another game will be arranged in thejj near future i Watermelons always fresh arid a on ice atC W Hagans Cold storageV i l Dont forget to call on CaHagan for frUit jars His prices will surpsise you Mrs Battle Phelps wife oflj John W Phelps of Harrodsburg died in Colorado last week wherett she had gone to seek relief from that dreadful malady consump tion Her remains were brought back to Harrodsburg for burialt The deceased was well knownn here being a sister of Hon Alffred Dohoriey of this coun IMrWashington county and his many friends here extend sympathy in his bereavement ItA church rally and roll call is l to be given by the Baptist church of this city Friday August 1 Ice creamland cake are to be served The rally is given especially for the church and to romote proper cVristian fellowship It is hoped that every member will be present The rally begins promptly at 680 p m and the opening event will be the takipg of the pictures of the church by the local photographerd beenIrunning a store at Mooresville and who is wel known through put the county left last week presumably for St Louis and un der circumstances that have InthQito be heavily in debt and itisathought he has goue never to reo turn He left his wife who is said to beVery much distressed at his sudden departure Dr Croxton L Rion of Paris Ky and Miss Elizabeth Langiy of Louisville were quietly married on last Thursday at the 11neta11 had beeu us a ueD j r c f ouse party for several weeks Rev S T Stiles of Springfield offici ted and the bridal couple te the same day for the home jf the groom who is a young dentist- SThe wedding was a very quietll affair and u surprise to the friends of both parties There was a good crowd in town on Monday last but the live stock market was rather dull the auctioneers having very little to do Col R E Whayne who was on duty again for the first time for about three weeks having been laid np from the effects of an experience witha runaway horse reports the following sales A twoyearold bull 20 one calf 770 sow and seven pigs 2625 sow and sliLpigs 2445 cow and calf 26 twoyearold bull 12975 co wand calf 38 one mule 45 a nine year old horse 35 Auctioneer S M Campbell also made a few sales of cattle ctod horses but we were unable to get his reportO Suit For Divorce Judge Jones arrived here last nignt and is now busily engaged in trying the divorce case of Mrs e Mollie McMackm vs Alex Mc g Mackin The testimony is rather a racy and lots pf proof has been taken It will take several days to read the evidence rnd then will come the argument The case has created quite av lot of interest and a bQOdcro d is on hand to hear it Messrs W IMeChordWickliffe und Morgan Yewell represent th plaintiff while Mess l Joh S Kelley George- S and lolui A ulton are cmnj nRecordFor Sale I have for sale 20000 hick ory tobacco sticks Apply at myi mill 6 miles from Springfield on the Uardstown road B or particulars addfes J HDEVINE 28 6t Springfield Kv For Rent- The gardApp y to John W Lewis Attorney Sound ofifewittnFoleysK1duey eRber I ii I5ww CMiht in the Wklrlpnl A very sad case Accidental drowning was that which cqgjbj the life of Johnny Ryan the young son of Mr W P Ryan of the Tatham Springs community The accident occurred at what is known as the whirlpool near = Burns For4 on Chaplin river a few miles below Tatham Springs t seems that on last Saturday large party of people of the neighborhood were at that point 1 having a picnic and fishing 1Just1 sudden step off from th6 rock bed of the river Ih driving abut the horse became akn little unmanageable and beforem nyon could realize the danger he horse buggy and Young Ryan were all swept into the ing deep water and disappeared be you low the surface Mrs Ryan th f It nfortunate young mans mother Irfg thogetherthe party stood on the bank in for plain view of the tragedy butte were unable to render any assisto a ce The horse nor the buggy eyer appeared above thesur for ace again and the young mans ead appeared once only for a brief moment only to sink again The accident o curred attrbeu t per noon and the work of recovering In he body began immediatel tutm fatremains were brought to the surface Johnny Ryan was a very popu lar young man about 19 years of age and the son of W P Ryan who is one of the most prospers no neighborhooda gloom over the entire community IEIRBCNALV piMrtJdayCol Thomas S Grundy is quite ill at his home near Valley HillNMr Joe S Claybrooke aid Miss m Sadie Mayes were in Lebanon Sunday Mr and Mrs Jack Beam of Early Times tfere here the first of the weekProf Gossom of Lcutsville rislted t the Claybrooke home here last weekProf Hibbs of Bardstown attended the Teachers Institute here last week MrT Scott Mayes arid family were at Tatham Springs the first of the weekVH Thurman and wife and chil dren are spending the week at 1Tatham Hubert arid Will Claybrooke returned last night from Birmingham Alabama Harold McAtee and sister Miss Lula of Cincinnati are visiting reja tives here Mr JoeM Wakefield of Wakefield visited W M Durretta family last week- Mesdarnes Thos Logsdore and Wm Roney of St Marys visited Mrs Teresa Hagan Tuesday Mr Douglas Thompson a former citizen of this county is here from Louisville on a visit to friends and relatives Misses Lucile McClasky Mary Lee Wakefield Alice May and Mary Mcn Kce charming yoongladles of gootri tlfieldhome of rand Mrs W M Durretta for the next twoweeks Mr J T Mudd and sister Misst Angea of Chicago were here the ant of the week They came to at end the funeral of their Tattda father Mr T W Brown who dusd last week countyI 1 The following young people made p a bowling party Tuesday evening Mine LJdia Duncan Sadie M yes Lizzie Waters Willie Mayes and Mary Lewis and Messrs Jas R rmsby F and Will H Whartxra Gwinn Marks and Charles Greenen The aiarty of Springfield cltizcms who took a trip of observation to Oklahoma returned last Friday very enthusiastic1in in their praise of thereat western country They visiteds number of cities besides the new toWns in klahoma FINE WASHINGTON COJJNT Y flrRMFQRSALI On Monday August 25 1O2l will offer at public saleat the Court House door in Springtiqld Kyla fine farm of 300 acres About two miles from Texas Ky known us the Sum Montgomery t farm This farm w en a good road convenient jLo schools and r churches is well watered andin a good state of cultivation About 50 are is in fine Umber about 50 acres in cultivation and the remainder in grass There isa good dwelling house and all necessary outbuildings and a large barn suitable for either stock 0 tobacco Partiesdesir ing a good farm for tobacco or stock raising would do well to call and examine this farm be fore purchasing elsewhere D Terms easy arid made known j onday of sale For further information apply to Jti f at Texas or toT D English Danville Ky I LLOYD Sf TURNER t UDnORDDEN OFFICE KlKEHAKT BOILDTht t rmancntlyioqateV SPRINGFIELD KY a ACCEPTEffBy 01 Copyright JSOlby Grace 3d Cowan Cooks e08 amber owl fAnd I am lierblack cat We both ow nlin outtbut I know the ost1 because Iam a cat who has mixed with the world acat of obser vation and enlightened understand I am as I say her owl The person heard speak Knows nothing about though heis InQated with a Bncll confidence in Ida kuowknlgo on at and nil subjeetll nni her owl d I know LJiavc stood on her desk years She is always writing and rending and tearing ut things Shears up things for a newspaper down Wn But they let her bring thtjm home to me so that can see It Is properly done and wear her eye shade her when it lsnot in use We sit up on her desk when she writes the black cat and I and watch her pretty lingers flitting and the pa getting spoiled and jVhen she needs ju wordshe will sometimes ask auq souietimcs him I tiave sense nd do not interrupt but the biek cat tuous like all male things thinks It pleases her when be ceases her fin gerti and tries to catch them with his paw She is the loveliest creature Hear that bird Shes just a woman You know how they look This one has a good shape andyes Ill admit she has extra fetching eyes but voice according to my critical That animal loves the sound of his own voice As I was saying shears up things for a newspaper When she came in that evening the was with her She was very happy Thpra were those lovely round Ink spots h jr cheeks that come ere when she Is pleased and her eyes were like blissful stars This Is my den she said laughing and showing her little white teeth ow you can see where I fulminate y artieloHvon the tariff and similar HE rUT HIS ABM thunderbolts and she danced over me and put her new spring bat on y headVOf course I looked and felt unut silly She pulled It drunkenly over one ear and laughed again which dded to my humiliation She was so pleased and so pretty that I could only leer foolishly at her- hrough the laces wItha queer feeling lixslde of me somewhere while She bilked and blushed at him like an iigel and be smiled and expanded under itlike a man Somehow it hurt me Shclnadc me think of poor ttle pink nosed mice I used to catch back in my unregenerate days and tiewcllltelIe a fine figure of a man dont say but what If hqd worn his whiskers more in my style hed baypV Yes In your style thats itlie looked like you She reminded mo of poor little white mouse and he of a great horrid cat Thats It Well then after theyd talked while be said That sounded like a good thing as you told it to me little girl suppose you write It now Ill- moke if I may In these sacred precincts and look over the magazines hero Got it on paper honey while the inspirations with you Sho came and sat down fa front of me at the desk and her hands fairly ew and that treacherous black cat ll cats are trea huerouswent and rubbed against his legs and purred while the lire talked to itself nUll laughed and f tried not to look as foolish as that lint made me feel Finally after n long long time she snit wItH a tremulous little catch In her voice thatt rldtofttss Itself oft for a laugh Iits dajji1 liCh us Itris Qmjemnd oil me tvhit a nicies IOn nuiclq of It And he thnv his cigar in the grate and VaLue and Itemed over her and estEtl his tiulluilIII lier vlttir IlL pt bis airui aruund her like the dashing lUJadf bi Is Hy the bootjack that inlspvij nil li inndp love IINweUI nn I I oulll hov ulvl l him llofpre akesslio- rtrQiidsAXLE I fjREASE that runs on wheels Sold Everywhere M d fcy sTANDARD OIL CO tended that he had to have his arm across there to steady himself and 1checkrend together men they came to the tender passages In the story she ball written und her eyes were full of tears and her breath coming short he stole a kiss or two oh he did I had my eye on him and one of mines worth both your glass plaques He pretended t that he was so carried away with her story that he had to congratulate her and then when he came to the end he straightened up closed that chapter and just talked story and nothing else understood him couldnt expect an elderly female like yourself tq see ills gaiqe We knowwe attractive men and cats of the world that wejmustnt commit ourselves Gracious how time fifes when Im wjth iou you witch he finally said T lust be going now Youll have that typed tomorrow and get It right In wont you I think I cnn assure you as to itsfate- WellyesIt was a good deal as the cat says That animal has a horrid pessimistic slangy way of talking but really things went somewhat as he has told you And the man never came back fitter that evening II wore the eye shade a good deallIn the next few days She tore up mo than she wrote and I thought she was fooling uncertain J quarreled with the black cat He says there nothing in mo anyhow but that is a mistake There Is a consider able amount of hay as well as some cotton wool In my head and a sprin kling of arsenic I dont know what can be the mat ter with Inc this evening I feel ns though I were molting and I havent molted sincesince I was well per manently mounted you know She came in an hour ago with all the sweet color bleached out of her dear little face and sat down heavily and wearily at her desk She had a letter and she kept read lag It and reading it and now silo has her tend down on her blotting pad and wont look at me though Ive got the eye shade tilted at what she always calls a killing angle and Im trying while my heart Is breaking to look funny for her sake Ob listen to that owl She makes me tired Its nil nonsense about that girls letter Shes got it in her hand trailed down there by her side I Jumped down aid pretended to rub against her skirts so I could read It Its a good letter I couldnt have done better myself and of course at my ago and with my attractions Ive had lots of experience Hosays My Dear Little Girl Morlturus te salu tant I saIl for Europe tomorrow Its my wedding trip You know who the bride Is of course Im severing my connection with the magazine for the present and shall represent a couple of newspaper during my trip When I come btfck Ishall be on the magazine agajir perhaps In a better position I hear you laugh at that Well then to be frank of course with a faltherln law who Is practical proprietor of the shop Ive a fair chance for the chief cdl torts chair And when I get it wont I boom somebodys work Unless cruel thought some fellow with a rent roll shall have come along In the meantime and stolen my dear little friend out of the literary firmament to adorn a brighter heaveTh story Is In Shes a corker Of course I neednt say that Its accepted Affectionately A C She has Just looked up at meher poor unhappy loving owland said to me It hurts mo so to despise him Ii I could hate himIt he were a real vil lainbut such a paltry creature They say theres no development without pain Well then Im developing at a wonderful rate Just now But Ill get over iE Ill Bab What a lot of foolish talk about nothing I want my saucer of milk and shes mooning to that miser able efligy of a bird Whats the trou ble anyhow Didnt he say It was accepted The quarrels over principle are tha meanest and most bitter In the world Atchlson Globe Hcrbine clears the complexion giye buoyancy to the mind cuaee headache regulates the stomach and bow els stimulatesthe liver and is in fact a perfect guardian of the health Price 50 cents nt Hayilons drug store tice The undersigned firm having dissolved partnership all person owing us accounts are ur gently requested to call and settle same HAYDON ROBERTSON I Ya men Liu to YOu r t1savSflmp titer P lje oi Imprr Wi oHrlf alleged iioalcMN as good Hucklins A mica Salvo lull lim ihirtj yp ra ol mnfvtlius cures of Pil s UmnsBurns BilusC ms1 Felons U1e Cues Sciida Biu ies Iuns HI Eruption rove it itie hut and ri uju est 9al HI Hnvdops drnjr tir VV GOd Horse Sense wilt ttell you that old eggs and glue are not thingsi you wntto eat yet some coffee roasters glaze their coffee with such things Not so wi ji Lioni CoffeeIts juit pure unadulterated undisguised coffee flever oveI up with any glazing of any kind Icallo qualiLf and freshneu are suredby the uled pictte fj L 4 e Wee Invite Your Insp ecfit fOf ourveiegant Stock of NE GOODS Spring Press Goods In allthe new ffis shades f WJjiie Goods in all the new SJ weaves Waist Goods In Silks Silk GingKaipSj Madras and Mercerized cts1fl I b AAr e aren6w pre alJcompIetstock of t GLOTHNG Ji j j 00 The largest and most attractive we jhave ever shovyii and LOW R IN PRICE l T amYO t will find elsevvhere 0 a V Justopenedout aJarge1 JI stock of f- i R G tGRSETSThe fltt White5Pinkand Blue Dpnt fail to visit our Wall Paper Carpet Lace Curt am and Rug Depart ment it is now more complete vthan ever before r R Q f w In Shots we areS hOW1n giCi Kid Patentf P ten1 Kid Velour Calf Box Calf ffl v made on all last from the plainest to a1fI g most extreme Call and examine ri We Guarantee to Suit 1OU tt We still extend a special 4nvitatlon to cash buyer Always giving special cash prices Thanking you lOt past favors and soliciting a continuation yourpatronage we remain Yours Truly j cUnullgham Duncan F 11IT IS REBATE STAMPS bY0U W NT c ffAnd here are the placesl to ge themr i Everything iliJryGoods 0lid lIrnDcJetor the very latest novelties and designs at midsummer pricesV GRUNDY CLAYBROOKE MclNTIRE 1GroceTri1 r fresh ariJ the very best the m4rketaffbrdr GoQdsJeTiv ered indo ble4uici time 1 i JOHNCSWADER r 1 J G D ROBERTSON SON also h rdwarei cV l It Pure DiugsadMedicinesf and toilet articles Prom attention Heac quarters for rebate stamp goods L WOOROBERTSONDflUGCOsjV Everythingi inhe FurnitdtJiqe tt thiott4asb jtices See oull new line Justin i0tt p If j JOHN YAirES f1iiti 1 1r1SK LSE4bI I I elIIGDm r 7frltOWdMDY- t f 1trllcl f c v F I i uti i AT 7 Y J MtSTMIC 1AMSTQWN z TIN fumtete Many Glyer ire tf Stiles MHl ttlie- rV Nifci MeN BarstoJvriroldttaWic square probably has a raqre interesting btigtorjr than any other place of 1J the kind in Kentucky This ownwas first settled about 1776 V and in planting the pillage its f projectors werevery precise and the streets with the exception of one Broadway are of exsctly i iho ame width Everv square isjdenticar with fbe other andis provided with wide alleys run- Ining last and west and north Sndiouth Thev public square 1 ts in the center of the town fSreVious to 1891 an old stone courthouse twpr stories in heihysurmounted with an old fa ed cupola stood in the center of J the square This old building J wllEt erected at the beginning of jthe present century by Thomas V Mejialf known in ibbse days as Old Stone Eamjner and who i was terwardsGovernor of Ken tucky It cot about 10000 and In the early years Of the Common 1 1Ve thwnsregordednsthe finest structure of the kind in h the west In the days when Bardstowh earned the title of f the Athens of the West the 4walls of the old jadical building resounded with the eloquence of T such famous men as Heury Clay- James Buchannon John Hays Humphrey Marshal Felix GiUn dy Jamas K Polk Ginian Ed twardSj once Governor of Illinoism John tope afterwards Governor of Arkansas William DuVafl nclaterl 1 Charles A Wickliffe atoneg time Governor 6f Kentuqky i Robert Of Wickliffe who served j as Governor of Louisiana oldI Ben Hardirt Ben Ohapese and many others of national renown jSfumerQUs murder trials took v place within the old courthouse Here James Watson was brought to tili rone of the most atro J cious double murders tht was ever perpetrated witfiin tlieborI ders of the state Old Ben Hat din was the murderers lawyer 4andAiiS speech in behalf of isIclient is said by many tot8ve been the stVongest effort of his life The trial attracted iiwide attention and culminated t1n 4he hanging of the defendant atspnA few laterJakr raGywere triedi In the lcourthouse Y convicted and sentence t19 be hanged tor the murder of their nuste James G Maxwell a wealthy citizen of near BloomS Afield On ther corAer of the 4uar iis the old house where Gov Win Duvall then a boy if ish hunter tstmett1egirl who afterwards became his wife yFaccount of which is delightfully i hISketch Book On another c corner stands the old stonetavI erri the oldest edifice of the kind in Central Kentucky The old hostelry situated as it w sat the junction of to important highways one Ileadingi from the Ohio river at Louisville to Nashb vllle in the south and the other follb ing the old Wilderness track and on to the east through Cumberland Gap stielteretlmany ditingiiishedmen among them Geiflafayettewhen he tpured thisicpuntry in the 20s hrds1I town correspondent btu Courier Journal r r l f 1ir Pl esctr rID uIdI MEDICALDISCOVERY RitoreiJII MTHISH II ANI SIPENGTI I wns a iMl wr ckcoatdnot sleep or Ljiwrites If c JC Beers of Berryman Crawford IndoctoiI lotlesh aadjitrengUi was not able to do a good PiercGoWc appelS4veheWbadakeaThe oie motive tor substitution is to aStncStjSj rTh1fo4ej GQl u Medical Discovery r slinilating roxiantnuia tisgstoc1saMBc Isof Promotes tigcstionCheeriut nessaiilBeStC0fltIflSflC1ltOpium3orpIthv NOrNAB TIC Urs sItS AxJ1IIUf4 I forConsUpaUon1SQttr WormsConVulskns Fcverish ness and LOSS Of SLIER r FacSliraltf Stgoature or NEw55OflK EXACT COPY OF WRAPPERS j = NorrIs House Purchase Mr P C Cleaver of Spring lipId purcbused tbe Norris House m this city oqo of the lurgesith snd best equipped hotels in the section und the only firsts class histelbaasenew owner gets possession Dee it JL902 Nesrotiations hav been In progress for several nwrtihs b hisut5h0t able to osrfee on a price un tllj Isst Monday Mr BatT S aldin r pr santed MrsHur a twestyo walevni desstated previously iu thse col aj prnnstii conel had purchased tot for this purfopose However his preference w peasi hi seesi dared a lair price The inlet es ted parties held many confer ences before reaching an agree enL Mr Cleaver and his ex aelleutlion to the people of Lebanon This Is theiri old home and their it tiegionhearty welcome back to their id homo They were in the hotel business atoriogfield un U1l tire destroyed their properly m tiorethanayeirMr Cieaver and his estimable he do not know about conduct ing a popnjiar and comfortable otell isint worth knowing and underttielr popular management chwethis popuUr h selry will flourish andl ibtive Lebanon IEnterprise aSThere i no longer an excuse for a to endure the torture inflicted y pilesjwhren Taller Btickeye Pile Ointment will cure them remedy so moderat In puce and so effective Price 50 cents in bottle Tubes 75 cts Haydcns drutr store r Tic thrust Of Lanre is scarcely more agonizing than this recurrent pains in the abdomen which followsthe reatfnf of improper sittor t io free indnlffence in ice water The immediate cause of cramps alcolii is often the disteution of the bowels by gas Quick rcieif follows het nse of Perry Davis Painkillet Care fnl housekeepers give it a place ofahonor n the family medicine chest Four Score and TenbThis venerable preacher Rev David Bruner now in his ninety second year has lately come to Harrodsburg to spend his remain lug days with his son and family He is a native of Jessamine born in 1811 Be was an M yichehKorhjffith them to Mercer county 10 liveatl the age of seven 85 vearsago and has since made his home cheifly in this county thoUKoJivingoccasiolJal1y for WashlnJlonlcot hildreneig6t of whom are Ii ng Helms forty two i srrahd cbildran thiny three great grand hildren dono great great grandchild HeAvas or ddined a Baptist minister in 1 42S in Wasriingtori county Rev Joel G Lipordtbatobihievtemjsfdrune tolose his resfdence iria his personal Affects bf file nd amongst the iaUM l was infs J journal but he jvtairis iv vivid of events tiowever Stj arid he ir forms lfie Detiiocfat CISTORIA l rInfintl ndChildren The Kind You Hav- eAlwaysBought Bears the Signature 7 of In Us e for Overa Thirty Year- sCASTORIA I th Datbaptised 3300 converts and mar ried 2500 couples The record of his funerals has been lost e but numbers would run up into the thousands Tho man and wife who raised him were ptised by him He joined the Deep Creek Baptist church in 1833 and vas its pastor for 22 years though Bsthel church w ase tilt charge in which he preached for six years He or ganized Bruners Chapel tie miles west of Harrodsburg enty years ago and this churchl s named in honor of its foun t He has ben preaching three score years and ten At esent his mental and physical ndition is so Impaired by age that he has been upable to preach r the last two years His ap l tite is good and he has his cond sight and can read some without glasses His education is very limited and for his sue cess in hi gospel work he owes a good deal to his wife whohad r better educational advantag es and was a great help to him in his chosen work until God called r home about fourte n months ago Mr Brnner has been dur Ing his longcaerer as minister a a great factor in the cause of Christ and in Baptist djanomina oLlal work and nov in hiIde cliuing years has become a beni ficiary of the Baptist Ministers Aid Society of Kentucky He is deprived of ihe plgasore it would afford him to attend urch by a physical aftlictillnl but for what he would be found ina front seat in his beloved church at eyery service T- ppearance allw he bids far to be c ime a centenarian though he ijs J ready and patiptly waiting the Masters caLLHarrodsbi r8 Democrat AUTiOh Tnis is nctsa uentle wor InUl when you luau how liableI SQ art not to purchase fur 75 c nt the only remedy universal and a remedy that has had thio argstsaIe of any medicine jflt he wrIdsieoe1868 for thf cunjand treatment of con nmp lollI cid Throat and Lung trrinoU without losing its great po pit rity all ib6ejars you will treteation to BO CIIPCS GnrtnU Syrup There are M amny Idrucheap und gOd fr Ush n IIiperhaps but for severe oIiiti sl Bfouchiiis Croup uiij eslecil for Consutnijio IHI inVr dVI difficult e pecto Stiati alldcugt inj during the uigHs and morn- ingi there is nothi g ilcc man Syrup Sod hat dr jj gssts iiifiu civil iWdIIld G G GrebijcMubluuiv N Jj GropivA warrant was isiiioil ye d o fr ltllw arret 01 Brji Hosr kin fur asaaut and li u jo adj Tom Hoskius for ding ii is IbUIIfti TnumasGo iigi HU Aife noar the Ge m t ettlynemII four miles SOutu ul Jm tionr City yesterday afte nuon lJdjltyW1t causd by t e d vision of aero fol H tSln u tidI whioii Ccitigtt4hud ten ed lo Reuben Hbskinson theshares When Uosiiaan appeared in the flcld yesterday to Itleivehis Sl1a850 1tt is alleged he was met with abuse from Reuben Hoskins the latter drawing hn pifI tempt to remove the oats nally Hoskius assisted by FiI thetiganwitrstouegand two sons fflade an attack 1111ii pllbhforksCosugans hholndhtiIwitn a lOruilicUliut and5Ontswet very pviiiful but wtru notIsi It red to hp LelollDhlYllt Aitvi itl1 t Mother a ways Keeps It handy distSMy mother safferccj a long tint from istrc5sing pains aud iI aridtIloiiioigestion eachKiystbryearsthegwhetteratage of seventy six eats any thing she wants remarking that flhe fears bad effects as she has her bottle o Kodol handy Dont waste time doc essatoriegIT your stomach is sound yom health will he good Ko lo rests the toi ach and atreitgthen the body 11 SatgtiigelectiiiiCoutwheitto geta totle of Painkiller exami ureitry Davis and dont be persuaded to t something jrtst as gpou because itis few ctnts cheaper There is only one Painkiller Perry Davis Large hot ties 2Saud OCelb BY STARVATION eath of Mrs Kaiser Pathetic Sfory from Boyle county nSittingMr Kaiser wifn nf Francs Kistr a fui alec German Vetilcr was found duadat erhome nt ara the German settlement in ih f kiiOos of B ye county Prida Au unhappy lie had come to an tliLOIeleledl to death 1 here was neither fOld nor clothing in The house All her children had lIRr exceWone son who was too young tb know of the bitter hrr9undInl s Death had occu red several day before the discover of the bo d as decomposiion had set iney H Sperfor soma time The last time shel was reported to have been l seen she was standing on top of h r little cibin calling forrert 10 her aid her native lar IiI ancis Kuiser emovnd to iins ountrywhen the German settli ment was located south of Junction Ciy twenty years ago1to H inenpos and cruelty towards wife nd was formerly a fnmilMr figure tm the streets of Danville cotnin rto IOWQ with oroduce o 3til and havin his wie hitchedI ti a wagon v ith n cow in lieu of u bettor team1Isiail to haY beaten heKseverelv landJaary 0bttKe house uf George Ro Vsey the knobs beLiinsr for sholtorin had pniiection and nleadinsr Hot ttto be sent hack lo her husband ho she said had been mistreatIat iii etdngcold ntyhi and Rowsey and his s4ile lock her in for the niahi This sn enraged Itvld Kzar 14a he was callpd liHthn mistcpa d Rowseys children and killed j some ot Rowseys tock A fHdI gnnv up between ihem d fqt rjl y ayLLtwhile tl ey worn in town Row sost attackpfi Ku ser in the vstihulone r the curt house and emptied IllS revolver into his body KMIS i4id almost instantly and tbtPWSCled trioJ in that term of colJrtiJ and inow ivmg u life sellI ltance in uu peuinjntiary f1ir the murder George Kowsevs f 0th and daughter vo the fist per SIIS nufieti of Mrs Kaisers deathiud imrnedio elv took chdrgeuf body H iifods t bur Hnild t SS t Need More help Often thfovnUed ogans off dig stii n y uo fir hiIp wby lcpepsin PHIUS Nauseu Uizzi injjc dlrorl prompt use of Dr KI New Life Pill Thev re gentle a II orot gh und gu raued to cme dCTaxpayers Take Notice r The taxes for the State ando county for the year 1902 are now due and it is tile duty of every good citizen to settle promptly awithJ large amount of back taxes on my list uncollected and thes eti will proceed to collect by process etoflawonce Bynoko- ci 1 Sheriff W Kodol Dyspepsia Gyre tWh ty Htc J a i 1EELECTION NOTJCB In aobedlhnceWai 2Jnktot1entered of redord at Its repullr Jnne SberUIittrW9th day ijf August 1902 at the t IIousedoorlnprtngilold Ky An eleptionin the graded Corn Imo1 purpsboo1fully graddescrihdnporpoa vlectiiig sis trustees if said graded common school xlistrict tur the purpose of tkin tbe Ben8 whitograded common school district upon the proposition as to whether or not they dollwillcent ingswor 8aidthrict belonging to the white voters resiodlRtrictIa poll tux of 31 60 per capita on white malt inhabitant residing ofeinpurpose of maintaining a graded common eahpol in said graded cprn nron school district and for the pur repairIfgry Tho poll for said electron will be oponrdat seven 7 o elocfc in the fOre noju and keep open continuotisly until 4 oclnck in the afternoon of aald urday August 9th 1902 And er tion will be held for the purpose and mali ronports in themanner et in said order and as prescribed by andfigeas follows bTATEOF KENTUCKY f WASIIINOTOK COUNTY COURT f June231002tlor lETjCOIOiSCUOOJ This day came Simpson Robe and filed his report survey and plat of boundary of the district propoed proceedingsherppro d confirmed and it is therefore ordered that the bonndary of said gradedI common school district be fixed and established as follows Beginningrat stone 100 ft eastof the second milestone counting from Springfield KyIt same being a corner of MrR Theresa Mudd to Thompson and Tucker on the corth side of the Springfield and 1810feetfield thence N 45E 1520 ft to n Vwh ite oak In the Wheatley farm near a branch and also near tha line Wbefttley to Mrs Theresa Mr th enco N E 1950 ft iiihertttyoriginal description by mistake thence N 66 E ft of jfLVroille post crossing the line of Wheat to Donncly at Bloomlleld and ringfield pike 25 ft wast of last corner thence N 50 E 2320 through then land of said nu 1fttate of Jan Clements deceased thence N 64 E 700 ft to a pin oat ip Clemldents line 150 ft from said pin oaki thence E 2100 ft crossing J B MulH cans line 100 ft from said pin oak into the lands of said Jas LaJoe Spaldings land thence JJ 84 L alhistoo Hord farm line crosses pike 100 ft south of andIII vert thence S 84 E 3176 through lands of paid Hord and Mrs FenneRcross the Hord and Henneesay line 1000 ft from said oak inIord line a piisridge thence S 78 E 2500 ft across the nds of said Hadgleand Mattie Brown comes WrHams rate called Grumes by mistake original description thence S 58 E Spaldingatopccunty road thence with line Young aud Spalding S 48 E 1780 ft to a stone corner of said Young Spalding and estate of the late Richard Parrott thence with his line S 66 W 2800 ft to tone corner of Yqung to said ParI 1I1It SIll E 100 ft toa Ilonocoriterofth iorencer of Parrotts to Darretta line thence S 10 E 1950 to a stono In the west edge of the Springfield and lackp ville pike corner of Parrott to Durrett enue through the lands of John SlmnwKelgttly 6610 it to a IIt ne FIner of to Simms Thiirmnnand Srt toIaHorthdethelandsu lands of H M ONau S 62 W 1640111 to saidNansi R stone in Edelen ahitei Wthrough f tbenceS 63 W 2340 ft to an oak at a pair of bars thence S 74 W 2500 ft to a cOllntyroad beechIyudia hite oak in Nelson crossing the lands N thence8IMontgomery a brunch crossing tho Montgomeryence f tonys ftIFOOft ross the lands of Spaiding and Jno ons grave thence N 32 W 1810 to ael stone 100 ft south of Walls barn thence N 30 W 2330 to a hickory near 1640lItf Sam Bottoms te a wild cherry calll ed black walnut by mistake thence caNptlforIItIIdarW cedar on bluff of Allens Kun tbencq ofCecilsaid Run in Clements thence N u olI lineherce1bront fCeoU8rostoClementsthnnctf r r astonefiFtoCom1 ran N 88 W 560ft to a stone icornei Sn1760CtwestbnukI of c 1 thence N 20 StRosepropertythencdT andlLoretto stone in feet k 300 ittoagtonecornorofVnsiismTucker Oatherit1de Jar tall teion a ndgej thence N It tbehkinnngiaiurtherdee Iito SherLWaeb1ngtocouyiotd SprJngfield iose he will open tie poll at saided commQu suhpol d Strict on Sat eJectIngmon Bobobl districtand pose fiofe vtgrs in saId Ied eehool dfstrictj upo pr Rslo wbltbcTor not Viifi will anti ualtaxpf 50 Cuts on commonIIars jf property ass ted j to white voters or dhtrict and a polltax per injiabittan yextrsdingpose of maintaining raded com mon school In said Ipd common school district and lot tbe purpose purchasing erecting or repairing suitable ary aTtbalibetbeof thisLCourt to give said Sberifl a certified copy of this order within ton day s afterit shall have been enteredrand it shall be the duty of the Cof Washington county to nave this ordi published in sorao weekly or daily newspaper puuahnd in Vash twentydayuadvertise the time place and pUrpos dof said election by printed hand bIJIs poated that least five conspicuous 20daysl timdaysafteorder aJudthefaltbfulOn the day fixed for folding the alec appointedshallin Springfield Ky at7 oclock In the forenoon and close it at 4 oclock in th Thoyotealtrecordpdlsby sheriff l purposeetopropoundthe question Are you or against the graded common school recordedforsixtrusteessaid officers of election aretb discharge holdinged byliw Copy attest W r Cooker VashinEtonCQUity CIt ClkII Byron Croake S Washington County Kentucky Alt who nse atsnriys gctfl Liquid3tGreal11spraynj gtube cts So y druggists or alled byfElv Brash irrtnHt N Y WewOrlcaf ept 2 1900 es rs Ely BrosIs Two bottles of your Liquid Cream t to a customer wiilibm Lamberton Dclaehaise street New Orlcrns he has uscd twoS bottles giving him wonderful as w ost satisfactory results George 0j cDuff Pharmacist Madstonc iir Qomnnd Within the las i Jays the lollowing who bitten by rabid dogs in this section huve visited the home Mr ri- Ce lle at S MarvIlis ir unty ttll ihe kin iJie of bavns to their woundSj she famous madstone which he poaV sesses and has be rn possessicn of fur about tneiSdfive jeiV L Vanarsdale Erie Green county C W Whitelock ian ace Edgar Pox1221 Broadway ouisville Mrs Susan Spald lDjg Frederick t il Washington l unty Charles Douglas Grahair iIlowtovn Taylor county To ftbe wounds ot all these the sloqe adhered fromtwo t ti five boUTS1 Those vrho came w hinthe sam eriod who had only stigbS i ly 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