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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v rw r f fw J iirL GI l1 11H NVSi IDitRi A t it j it 7tt l 1 r ltqid eriesVo1t IXL No 31J SPRINGFIEL WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST 7 19q2 I l2 i ooA YEAB t l L 7Mfti DIRECTORY 1J GFIELli county seat of M wa1aijtii Cwqfo 51 miles south l cast ijljf JciHftoni S9 wiles from it9ijiMto rctrtowabraac ol Ijl V IljsWtI zid yashYille railroad inI ll a Irs ud agricultural district Two iJUks Wlejfraph and telepkon- JiL f sipftIs office flour millsflUmber POptttatlonll00 tlatlon 0 J s J1U9OI i Xprssntative in Coflgress Hon- Da wIk HodKenVIlle Ky K fM emt tITe iH KeII HCcyLeJ rlattxGA Dohoney- jttpgssMttative ja State Senate f xlEPitrysar Campbdlsvllle Ky i t i tyDIrctiy l 5 JxmtcuKp COURT L Ctrtegiias Sn the fourth 1 MM4 TebrMary May and Qcto bs4 1tatteii2f C L f Jude f lTHjSweeii y Commonwealth At il49tUt1 Okrc f p lA Medley Master Commi o J t t t QUARTER1IY COURT L JJ Quarterly Court iike1d on the third iHi y I each Jn u1 t fr 1 lt r1tj f f f A1 ft COUNTY COURT ic Coaiitj Cowrt eet on the fourt- hc go4yjReachinth ri LLLitseyJudg- c WtilF Booker CouVitr Clerk T fy Mye County Attorney GeocgeCatlettSaiIer- t yreCejtkeri1 Xkhrd Iska t SityOehcnt bli MHUkafl Deputies Ed Xutep r i SI f4 James Moore CountySmvev0r J I Royalty Aeoc T P OBryan DeputY KoWrt Noe Tremsurerr MMntgoEeOfler CITY COURT 1 Ja itiitKNoe police Judge 8 Tcik Gracea Marshal I WD C1ayrokc City Attorney l 3USTICEC7z Justice Courts are held tin January jptilJHl ad October 3 xClfisHcli Directory i t BAPTIST CHURCHY d1ev George W fewopePartor Ser if lices every Sunday at 11 am andT + t1 Suaday School at 83 Prayer Mte iMgoH WednesdaT night at 730 METhODIST CHURCH t Rev 8 P Stiles Pastor Service x teJ1rwta1dThiril Sunday in each OHitflini a m and 730 p nr Silln unday at W m day4lI1 raflPrayerS meeting every VeLlnesaay itiit trt1tt c rt t qiowC SJJJCEl JtTP F Hennessav Pastor tier yI4CVery Sdndy atSnu10 ocock a m servIces jit St Rose same hour J rrW CHJtlStlAlI CHURCH ajcRev H I Lloyd Pastor Services ttcikid kwd fourth Sunday ii each mioatls iFrtI Orders 2 MASONIC LODGE Springfield lodge tojj04mett8 second TCouday In each Llath1 hs v Ifaskfftonk O Chapter No 57 leetstverjr third Monday sf ltaVieldCoHncajIoS2 meets on- e1 fosirtkM9nday KXIGKTS of Xig MACAaKBS Meets eTerr tftWediieiday in each month I OR M BLACK HAWK TRIBE NoI 54 meets every Wednesday uightin wigwam McElror Hall L and N TIME TABLE Jforiitl ad lUMrtwe ftI Trains l Sui 42I44- Y51it f jl t 5 40 Ar HprlugBeld A IIlw r 15Valley Bill 54 11 s6 SIll 96jttikrrIL54 5rtl1LM U37n n 1tltI a ie J8 27 rt 0 i U 15BrtsLou K5 rW i 8X0308 oto Siazareih lISaiuels 8 4l334 1035 VlMUTllle ti4 350 18 Caae Spriag6 H05 1415t1Brtovrn Junct 7 11500 htbrdTllhr 8en 7 4south Park7 rr i s o1lU1Lnulvlll 7 rii 5erv LOu rS Ifl1 I iMjijirr awWaiiurcs juptJ rftt ifitiMciiXfi length What At1rs IIlryIr has due foS me Jirtun 1r ftiiey it will lo for other I c h r Irfsi1yreaiusd It yn yh ljab- H J at1t tiftUaK11IJnlhut iPattrr pJtr IiU A CHLB flCNEEAY- Laistk r t P3c ntn rhe1 a fete All dkMf ftjK ref aad the moneyS r5Lhfakesv iEr W Gr0Y 8lr tSJ imiiHMMMCjMZ Price 2Sc i w 1j ROUDOf jK From Over the Hills rtheehills fThevo1ces dre calling to me tome With musical rhythm the drift with the winds Jn the lyrical tones of the wold and 1Cb Stflow1Like the ripple and splash of rolll picking tillS So sweetly and soI lyand e tl they come The voices that call from over the Hills billsWherehalf to the skytAnd clothed in fringes of shimmering green Half hid in the clouds now mper ing by t rareTunef t They are calling today arid calling1 tom it DriftIngand lifting from over the ytems theShlllsr I The voice of the twits the wren and the rook How sweetly they blend with the swjah of the wind And the Jgurgle and splash of the windingbrook How gently they lilt with the lilting air How gloomily sad are the1nrernf st thrills When sweetlyand softly aria gently they come The voices that callvfrom over the hills New Orleans TimesDemocrat ERLieubWill Reed who theThrdUGal for several mouths left San Francisco on the transporu LOgan ba August 1st for ManilaJ wber leis assigned to the Sixth Qavalrj He goes via the island of Quam and in a letter to the editor of this paper prpmises to write for publication some facts and observations from that country sas well as something about Manila This is Lieut Reeds second trip to the Philip pines behaving spentnearjy two years with tite army in the Southernmost islands of the Phil ippines grqupe Whenhe lefthere several months ago to join his regiment then stationed at Columbus Barracks Will was rather opposed to the idea of seeing any more service in Orient but it is probable that Jthe mOnotpny of barracks lifd made the call for active duty a welcome one IS EVER BLOW The action ofI the fire insurance trust advancing rates on certain prop erty in the town of Springfield wasri severe blowto some of the best business interests of the town The action ofthe insutf ance people is all the more severebecaus it was so unex pecjied andYparsso altogether unwarranted ycircuUlStance- sTnepropertv Holders and tax pajers had been led to believe bythesesaine insurance people that a lower rate of insurance would be allowed by reason 01 thegoodre protection tince the buildingof the water works sys tem and asfde from the annual expense incurred for water rent ior fireplugs the town has gone to other expense in fitting out fire companies and fire fighting aparatus If tthese matters were taken into consideration by the insurance people when they made these new rates it is awful to contemplate just what the rate would be withohtthe water newschedule100 of insurance which is simply prohibitory and will result in every property owner cArry- ing his own risk Fortunately however some parts of the town escaped the big raise but the rates for the town are all too high An insurance company outside of the Underwriters trust and that would afford the property owners a living rate ould be welcomed here and it is a wonder that some such does not appear i 0 I t lQ rrhelvotaonthe question will be taken on next Saturday arid the indications are now that the proposition to carryby J- M m fi rather quee1 conditions have developed in the opposition to etbescboo movement There are a few who oppose the school oir the grounds of high taxes Some1 of these are property owners who do not believe the direct benefit to themselves from the school iwill compensate them for the increased burden of ppointwhichV grounds for argument although we believe that the large proper ty holder will be benefitted by 1a11 public improvements in a community for the t better the ttown the more valuablel the property A most remarkable character has Developed how ever on the side of the opposition- SIt the fellow who owns no property and who pays no taxes and whose only assets in fact consist in children of which he has the usual poor mans plenty If there is any one class that a communityis anther that classAs certainly the one of the poor flMhen with a house full of children to educate He is certainly in a position toget a goqd run for his money How ever we believe that there are only a few of that kind in the community The majority of the poor voters express the Verj sensible sentiment to the effect that if the big tax payers favor the improvement the fellow who pays no tax should have no ob jection 4 JORN CROP The recent fine showers throughout the county has about settled the corn crop questipn and unless all signs fail Washington county will produce an immense coru crop this year In some portions of the county where corn was anted early the crop is practically iimdcr hue iv her places only another mill or oo huer on is needed to assure a good yield A feature of the local market among the farmers is the gi jat demand for shotes and fiKiJing hogs as high as eight cents per pound being paid The big corn crop evidently has an influence over the demand for hogs FARM FOR SALE I will at the Court House door in Springfield on MONDAY AUGUST 25th It being County Court Day offer for sale to the highest bidder the farm known as the Kelty farm situated seven miles from Spring field on St Rose and Loretto turnpike on the waters of lIar din creek and containing about 188 acres of land Has on it a good five room house and other improvements including good fencesfTerms One half cash the bal ance to be paid in one two and three years Lien nptes bearing six per cent interest from date will be required tp secure the de ferred payments For further particulars addressF KNEISEL 2513 Cane Run Road Louisville Ky WANTED We would like to ask through the columns of your paper if there is any person who nas used Greans August Flower for tne cure of Indigestion Dyspep sia and Liver troubles that has not been rured and we also mean taeiriesults su has sour stomach fermentation of food habitual costiveness nervous dyspepsia headache despond feelings sleeplessness in fact any trouble connected with the stomach or liver This medi clue has been sold for years in all civillved countries and we wish to correspond with vou and send you one of our books free of cost if you never tried Aug ust Flower try one bottle first We have never kno vn of its failing Is so something more erlouB is the matter with you Ask your oldest druggists Many persons in this community are suffering from kidney tronlxle who could avoid fatal results by using JFol eytf Kindey Cure Sold hy Wood Orttg Co 1ar1IMhl Lebanon Locals From the Falcon Marriage license were grantedf this morningto r C Gordon and Miss Grace Hourigan The groom is a prosperous farmer bf Washington aid his bride is one of Marion countys accomplished and popular young ladies The marriage took place atthe home oft the bride near Rileys ILebanon I won That is the only cry we have beard from th ease ball boys this week A team J went to Calvary Sunday after npoj and played a game with that team The result was a victory for our boys by a score of 19 tog This sems to have put new life into oiir baseballists and they say there will be better ball paying here in the near future J The mare Alice Russell sold by Messrs Esjes Robey about a month ago for 2500 to Mr Scojt Hudsouof Lezingtob won a 51500 stake at Dltioit two weeks ago and on last Tnursday she won a 3000 stake at Cleve land She is now entered in rf race at Provjdence R I for a 10000 stake and Mr Estes says her chances are good to win This mare iis just seven years old and wasvbred on the farm of Mr HARnssell of this city He sold her a tow years ago to Mr Robey for a Jersey cow and 10 and later Mr Robey sold a half interest in her to Mr Taylor Estes for 500 Messrs S H Grinstettd Co haveJut balanced their books fortheir llast five months ending July 2 The statement showsc that they paid 41892 80 from their four stations Greensbgrg Campbells ville Springfield and Lebanon to the farmers foreiigt and poultry during thut time The number of esrgs handled was 25027BS Scotts Ridge is iin tr ubleJ again Daring ihe recentaffnir in which Johnson Price killed George Price a dwounded Henry Price a young man bv the name of Dug Allen took a hand He then leftthe neighborhood and was not seen about there until one day las week Itis report ed that he shot at Johnson Price Saturday from ambush with a Winchester The hall barely missed itg mark and when Anon saw that his work had failed beI hurriedly left the scene of action The shooting occured near the point where Taylor LaRue and Marion join and a state warrant was placed in the hands of the officers Monday i 1OO Reward 2 OrThe readers of thli paper will be pleased to know thatchcae is at least one dreadSd dlsasa hat Ciene3 nas ben able tti cures ia all its stajyos and tht catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure iIs tlie only positive cure known to the medical fraternity Gitajrti l belasaeonitltutlonal d1sere requires a constitutional treatment Halls CatarrhICore Is taken internally acting the blood and mucoUS surfaw of tern thereby destroying the falmdati of the disease and giving the patient strength jj bybulldlngnp the coditltutlon IIndth re1 by RsletIflg natur In doing flu work 1boI proprietors have vo much faith in its live powers that they otTer one H inCrnd dollars for any case that it faiU to cuoe IIi Bend for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY Toledo 0- lSold bydrugglsts 75 osnts H Is Family Fills are the bestIv Every Healthy Boy likes to get himself into places of i danger Hence bruises strains vnd sprains Mother wcolds and brings out the bottle of Perry DavIs 1nc killer and rubsit on thc Juju drptt with au energy and frequency depend j ing en the seriousness of thccasec There is nothing like painkiller to takeOut the soreness There IIs but one Perry Davis Painkiller Prire 25 and cents Shatters all Records Twice in hospiialFAGulleg0 Verbena Ala paid a vast SUrD to doctors to cure a4 svere ca eor piles causing 24 tumors When all failed Bucklens Amiga Salve soon cured him Subdues Inflam mation conquers Aches Kills Pains Best salve in the World 2c atjCJHaydons Drug Store Wins Oadef ship f The competitive examination heldat Versailles last weekat the request of Senator Black burn for the selection of anap pointee to a cadetship in the U S Naval Academy at Annapolis Md resulted in John Paul M iller of Lancaster winning the touch coveted honor John Paul Miller is a son of Mr and Mrs John W Miller of Lancaster The sue cess ul bbyistiventy years old Thr e yejars ago he won ascnOJ l Col1egoatLexington This was also a competitive ex1 amination conducted by th4k school superintendent Miss Eliza LusknoW Mrs Lewis L Val instirtutionsincer graduated from it next June had he not won the naval cadetship He is jl memberofthe State College dhapter of the Phi Del td 4Danvillet GAUTlOhJ This is not a gentle word b when you thinl how Jiable yo are not to purchase for 75 cent Jhe only remedy universall ltbltCrgestsalemediOtneinthGcure consumptipQlwithout 4 jOU41ritye thankful we called your atl teation to Boscbees German f rnnyordinarybydruggistsCheap tied good for light colds severuaougbBrohcbitfs for Consumption where tnere i mornipgjcoughingi druggsstsintho+ G G G rOetI Wooclbury NY Cohstipatiqu t jimpaired digestion and a torpid liver are the most corn mon ailments thai are rpspousibljj for that listless tired fagged oujt feeling that makes the summer a drdad ed period to so mauy people Her bine will cureJconstipatioh it impr- ocstliadigetion and arouses the Hypr tq its iormal activity Price 25 centt at CJ HaydonS For digestive weakuessnervousnc pains in the iicJe flatulence dizziness wakefulness headache aud other aM noying accompanicnts of c stivnes Hcrbineis a prompt and unequeHcd remedy Prifee cents C JUaydoa Thieving Negro Belle Bnrton colored was arrested Tuesday afternoon and placed in jail by Chief Thompson ona Jarcenyeharge It seems that Belle had been working for Mrs Theodore Weber for about nine months Monday evening Mr Webers daughter missed her gold watch An investigp tion followed and Belle was suspected Chief Thompson searched her premises found the watch three gold medals nine pipes a lot of silverware andT tablewarq a gold ring and num erous articles of winter clothing jMany of tlifise things all of tnem in fact except seven of the pip s wore identified by Mr Weber These articles had been carried away one at a time and had not been missed by the family No doubt the thieving had been goingon for several month Belle Burton was the wife of Isaac Burton who died recently Lebanon Enterprise fA Physician healed George EVdng a prominent Il y IDr or Smiths Grove Ky for ovCr experienceyears I had been greatly bothered with kidney and bladder trouble and lafgmcnt of prostate gland I uscdI plofeuiol1Iuse Folcys Kidned Cure After talk in tare bottljjs I Vas entirely rjt lievcd and cured I preicribc it new daiiy in v practice and heartily recommend its Itse tp jll physicians fbr- such troubles I have preset thed itin huudreds of cases jUt perfect sjic cess Sold by Wood Drug Co 7 Kentucliy Fair Dates Rchmond July 1419 Georgetown July 2220 Danvill August 58 Duxiugton Augnst lIO jShephnrdsville August 19123 Lawrenceburg 1922 Maysville August 2dU23 Shelbyville August 2629 jj London August 2759 Florence August 2730 Germantown August 2730J Bardstown September20- Elizobethtown September 9l2 Springfield September iOl3- GlnsowSoptember6 Ewing September 1113 Horse Cove September 17420 Louisville September 2221 Hartford October 14h Fofey Kidney CUre v I Wufjeure BrightslJisense Will citresplabete I Will cure atone in Bl adec Will ciriKiducv arid Bladder DJ ease r BEN HARDIN- r H fit LavyersHi i Led Thereto Perhaps Old Ben Hardins years upon eiirth wight been prolonged had he heeded tb6 advice of his wife says Judjre Lit tie jn writing ol the fahou Jaw per It was on i a beautiful sabbath day in May that he left Bardstownbn his way to attend court at Lebanon His riding horse was iinclined to be easily scared and his saddle girth was detective As he was starting on bis jjourney Mrs Hardin noticed the gl ht1ocl expostulated witn him about incurring the danger but with a smile and a jocular remark he rode away tJrsoninlaWj Dr Palmer near Springfield The following morning In attempting while he hatjledgirth broke precipitating fJHardia to the ground He wasll so injured as to be unable to rise Dr Paimerwho bad witnessed the accident hastened to his assistance As the doctor ap JfromJ alll with a smilei repeater the lines froin Burns How many lengthened sage advices the busband frail the wife despises By the failthe sciatic 3ndsa1 cral nerves were bruisedHjs wife brought him toBardstovdJJ in a carriajk hut a thataffec tio ate nursing could acc m plish under toe1 best medical iiadvice afforded no permanent releif B is sufferings were great Jbut were borne with patient and philosophical fortitude He soon realized that his recovery was doubtful Many weary nights his ileighbarsand friends watched at his bedside iThei brought tto Mr Hardins mind the importance of proprlDgf1r death Always a befl4verins the Christian religion and Jin the plan of salvation revealed in thett Bible he had from time jo timeii postponed accepting itsjterms He called as a religious Adviser cMrtim Methorlht church ni Bards town and he was received intOI dAfterwardsd ed as to be moved from his bed toan invalid cba rinwhcb tie spent a part of each day Hie caused a vehicle to be made so arraagqd that he could Hde in it and take theair In aticipar tion of soon being able t6 move tabout unassisted he provided ti himself with crutches But this hope was ot short duration The faithful wile was overcome Jby atine and anxiety and she was seized with a congestive chill and rapidly declined Oii4ugtsty 4 1852 she was known to dWing Mr Hardin had himself carried to her bedside and there A remained dazed and brokenho a J spirited watchert till r the end came After this he lost hope QDd patiently waited far his jiour tId come Shortly afterw jds bet was attacked similarly to bis wife and lid not Iqng survive Thw members of his ownxfamk ily who had died before hm had been buried in the ceraejery at tiislem6tbe Couqhinqs u I was given up to die with i qqlck consumption I tthen began j to use Ayers Cherry Pectqcal I S improved at once and airt now In jferfect healtbChaS E HattI8 nian1 Gibbstowa N Y Its loor1skyplayngI with your cough The first thing you laow it will be down g deep in your lungs and 1 theplay will beaver Be gin early with Ayers 3 dherry Pectoral and stop the cough bei2ScMctl AlUrunWt r niltour doctor If he aaya tab It the do u beaa If he telt to take u tben dont take It11O ronnotJblmWyqUmLb eale1l1Ubllru J a HM RALI Makes the food more detfcjous PuRE and whoteaome I I Y d on the farm in Was iggton coun ttleali jthe wilderness It was tleun derstanding inthd family that Mr Hardin his mother lobe buried by her side During the lit days J1e called Iris children fcronnd his bed a ad at his re quest his daughter Mrs Rie ead the27tuchaptrot Cfenesis verses 2 3Qand 31 After read fing had end ecaddrr1nKtbose around him bers tdcAI ofr you lay your iu niy thigh and promise ntupoqt yoti will not bury will take my remains toj fasbington couniy ahd there buy melby the side of ny pare tsISj aysMrsV RileyVe promised i On Friday Septeriber 24 1852 rationall arid conscious to the last he peacefully andquietly passed away On the farm 1 in Washington county where Mr H ardins par ents had set d on coming to Kentucky in 17c53 heir bodies had been entered to rest Others Olhls family c ying before him had been nt rredii1 the old town cqmetery Bardstown 1rs Hardin being be last By the side of his pare its in a spoj marked by eyergredn screes and sOl locusts in aniild ami neg lected Held nearthj public road near Lebanon a fA vnnlesjrOm tHe former stands a stone bear ing the simple 11sc ltionet1 Hardi of BardstonKy Standard H IIIWI6SUr v vlPory3arsIsfrterdciuntoid irisery from hronilitisiwritesi i JoB JohnsonofThughton Ga that often I was uojable to work Th9th when everything else fail ed I was wholly cured by Dr Newr Discovery for con- umptqn My wife suffei ed in tensly from Asthnia till ifrdurei her and all our experience goes to sb6wlVia the best crobpmed cihein the world A trial will conyjnce you its ugrivaledtfor throat and lung diseases Guar anteedqbottles50p ahd sizo- oril bottle free at 0 J Hay Oa drag store eolSlBltltlllJltrcateld- J vras troubled with a hacking cough for a yeas and 1 had consnrap lionsaysOUnger 211 MapleSti ChajnpaigTi Illsj tried a grCatniauy emidlesn41w uuCer the care of phYii imsfor several months I sedonbottleof Folcys Honey and Tar Iv cured me and jbaye not been troubled since Sold by Wood Drug Co Foleys Kidney Cure Is a medicine free from poisons and will cure any ase ofkidney disease fhat is not be o d the reachof medicine Soldlby ood Drug Co SummerjTrpUnsuzrj passed on the Corifinenti The trip to Salt Lake City or totbe Pacific coast via tbatpomt over the Denver Rio Grande and the Rio Grande Western is he most beautiful in America No European trip of uallength cun compare with it in grandeur offsceneyor wealth ofnoyelln terest Then Salt Lake City it ptcturresqui templesAbeitiaole I church ihstittit onjtts hot sul lte Springs within thecUy urn is its delightful temperaiurot itnuy climate end its Great Salt Lake deadd1 and denser than the Red Sea in Palestine ur bOta few faa uycs or Saltt Lake Citys countt ess attractions There are parks lirjves canon- sindbeaatifuloutl ring mountains and lake resorts Imagine af you can a bath 11 s alt water a mile above sea Jb vell and in water in which yojuj cannot sink Inquire Of yol1rp rarest ticket agent ior low toiijrist rates to Salt Lake CitY9rt write for information and t6 yof Salt rake City the ci V of theSaints to t K Hooper jeneralpassn ger agenU Denve Colotadp ioleys Kidney 4ire will eqrc all Idlseascsarislrig ftqmJ disordered kid neysorbla4eeraSdct bl VKX1 Drug Cof au iPOWDER I r fin The Goirfederate Home Onto the thirtyfive sites of fered the Confederate Home the Board of Trustees in executive tsession at the Gait House Louis villeVydsterdaymorning rejected f thirty and reserevd Owensboroj HarrodsbjUrgh Bardstown Frankf errand Pewee Valley for Special tout of inspection before deciding on the relative merits toffered by eacq WMe it is pos rsIple thatnot pnen of tdese fiva 9 places maybe thought to have all the qualifications necessarp for avorablechoicea itjs prac tlcally certain that the home will be built at one of tnenC Thew invest g tior Xtourt will be made by the board as a body will cover several dayand will probablyhresult iin an iimmediajtef settlement of the question The committee is expected to leave iJouisville on Angnst 18 Messrs A Erarother r and eorgeB f Ma tingly of Bardstown and A L Harned of Boston wet e present at the meeting in behalf of Bardstown aid presented two sites Brooksfarm and Ih DJWood place The former was offered for fSiQOO with a dohaf i tipn cf500the latter fOr 65O0 t lvtth a dpnation of 500 Stand 0 ard ssLatkef Whence came that sprigittlySstep faultless skin rich rosy complexion smiling iace Bhs looks goodi fees good Hereis her secret She uses Dr Kga New Life Pjlls all ors ac five digestion good no head4 aches no chance 101cbluH Try ihemv yourself Omy 55c 1atJ Haydons drug storert J KDypoIIIs I wys M Tsyi4eds Itis with joy I tell you wtat Kodpl t ttof fdid forme I was troubled with my stomach for several months Upon behur advised to use Kodol Iiiidso nd words cannot telljthe good ithasi docteme A neighbor hadjdyspepsia so that e1ad tried most very thiaV i ti1 I I tOld him to tlsc Kodol Words of gratitude have come from him toebecause I recommendea it coVf JiL PryViqlalowa Health and s reujfth of mlqd and body depend on the stom itach andnormal activity of the digest t lye organs Kodol the great recon structtAe tonic cnres alt stomach and i bowel troubles indigestion dyspepsia iKodol digests 0117 good food Take a dose after meals C T Haydon if ir e9 trExtreme hot weather is a great tax on the digestive nowuof babies rhem puny and feebW they shdaldlje given a dose of Whites Cream Vermifuge i Price 25 ceatsat O rHaydons i j I had diabetes in its worst form 2A writes tlarton Lee or Dunreetk md jr fIJiefKidney Cnrc made me avwell nian FfSold Woodby Drug t lHitch In ffalri C There are some fpnny feattarfis s of rural journalisrPF A Bento r + papet this wdekcbitMBS J ffa fi column about two colpltsHlsiit S l ra away toMetropoliff A sot m ar11eii ItfmrKls sip with a r 1f later in whic itsaysi SiIIS r1 wrtnjsr the tboye we hyebeet informed that tbier iiIo hitek i r inaffairs somewhere prebsblj j tHarlPs w snot 1F1l1i K 11 ilL tmore probable tfe yogIidiss asked for accttinuance eLts else wjaich was franted sowSever thfti6may be J we now b heve there was too wedi1id f1114 theyoang W IJIka to iWH that they got left mirsIIItedthiSgiftous and theirfrkda We withdraw cdpgraimlatioM aadl can realize with the boyi that theres jaany asiiptwixt cup and lipVPadneah SRI v NIC- ATAI II12 II4- SE1s Cisrn I Ski Uaibiis- ItcieeicsaM l 1raj a eclE It ItckJ1 r th sbIS ISIeste p 1j101iiak7W 11TrIilw JLTaoTJII 1Mf IQCk Vi THE NfWSLfADflfi l ytmWOTKD JBV3WY THUikSDJLY tr21 SIA1EARINADVANCE 1 SPRlHGFlELDi KY i It B L DkVISON Jr ris t v EDITOR ProusHpn t tecal or Jn lneM notices 10 centst1eI efor tho tint insertion J acb subsequent insertion Calls on candidates and political matter l cents per line Job work is done at Iov rates bet cash RUSt be paid on delivery of goods AOortlalng contracts made on liberall rxua Obituaries andresolutlons of respect 3 leataperUpe cuaty County District MaKI5trntes250JIIj Zrr THURSDAY AUGUST 1 1 1 For Circuit Clerk J We are authorized to announce the name of UF BQSLEY i 19 a candidate for the office ot Clerk Stf the Washington Circuit Court Bubjeot to the action of the Demo cratic party Public Meeting l lI t I Po the voters of pnSposed Springfield Graded Schdblpis tricirA public meetihg of the citizensof the above named dis p tnct will c be held at the Court 1 Hbiise i111 Springfield Kyat haljpast seven oclock Thurs ftyi evening August 7th for the purpose of considering anddis quesfion as tocn sipc sthe whether it is advisable to estab lisha Grad dCOmmqn School in sajd district- All persons inter ested for or against the question rare rearnestly requested to be Ypresent and express their views tf l1ie11bJoor J jWBTJSFL I SuP Com Schools i The abo ve call explains Itself Theischooi question iis one that should interest every citizen in tiid district Itis one that will bear discussion In order to yvote intelligently eyery voter shotild hear ill points discussed The meeting will be open to alli arid verybodY interested should 4 ttiid jcjjj 1UIIllhcom into btaring ip tin- vjii fciItll ilie plant are tout mouths Uis lull bear In abundance for years 14bPp1n1ltedit any time 7Ji andl It develops quickly The same is trw of elery t A IlinterIDbnt you like that deaf kind dumb4 barberr No A fellow might as Veil shave Himself Indianapolis News r STEEPLE CLIMBING It i a Dark an Well as a Dangerou DofeUeBB Steeple climbins Is In truth dark business says the Boston Transcript for itIs the custom of experts to make the first ascent and place the rigging at night Then when the townspe ple wake they ire amazed at flmllugthe Jthe steeple conquered The man whp makes a success of steele climbing vinust be dcteriuiucd persistent and 41uginlous Ilk must solve many a practical problem In hoisting great bodies aloft bu must k ov how to fasten a hook ovi r tlit Ibji cf u sky scraping clUtnitsy Jie rjusf hive the nerve to paint a stctpjp that sways llkir a pendulum at tKi er pr op He must be able to tear dowJi build stp uIM paint iilatvoJorc vrca au do tuiiwr anpthir ttaa tluit ruiiiJ be u problem ou thi 101ltol r5i Tfccrc ore many ayy if ictllu g up a alwiile and whcVjll olhtrs ftii the man wilt tletropl roifnrl nntl then Vlth a coll on ha bju ralk round and round It tti the entire stcipte la J covered with rI and hu has probably tImoRBQtt difficult height to climb Straight inn chim neys we the hardest of niL There a man has to work wth ml ht and mali to lift blmeclf Inch by Inch from the 1 ground to the top Sometimes the top is 309 feet high When It is reached a hook Is placed over the edge fl pnl ley Is iiiade fast the swinging chair Is hauled up and work begins When the chains near the top it la easier to work because the ropes are Bhort but whenthey lengthen as tho ground Is approached tUere Is a tend ency to swing dad the wind gives Impetus The mans safety depends upon tho book and until he has raised himself almost to the top It Is Impossible for him to see whether or hot the hook has beenproptTly adjusted More than once a steeple elliber has seen when within teu feet of the top that corro Blon of the iron dud the collection of soot have no thlckPHedthe wllltthat i thftopII wrong direction would drag It of- rr IAcnln the bricks nrl oftpn Utnse a r tearthenthe i 1zIe of the natural idlufcnltlcs to ton l f stltr0 1 reachingforit on the left had wbin king a dlvo fes It on the left fp see It swijr back te the right Yet In spite of the con taat danger a born steeple climber exults kis work and to at home oul y when high above tlu wotjdI1I dUo stand iriumplwnt At any height If he flaa havetwo md ahalt iuare InqLci bsit J1I weight- cw i WRijni Wi ro WOOmnwinfWiWiOOmw NWsFrom The County Sl Happenings Amon the County Peopl- easReportedbyourcorrespondents trit g o WLLISBIJRG We are sorry to notice the sad death of our beloved friend and companion Johnnie Ryan He metdeath with a sad accident in Chaplin riverl Saturday July 26 p basuppMisses Eudora and Juda Diir rttof BJoomtteld are the guests of ther sister Mrs Moich Hyatt Mis McMurry and May Trent of Lawrenceburg are visiting at toe home of Mr and Mrs W Gibbs SL Misses Margaret Gheatham May Miller were the charming Visilpfs of Dr W W Hyatt at Mackville last week James Trent and wife of Louts yille are spending the summer with relatives at this pla e Miss Bertha Gnmmins of Louis yule has also joined them to be withSrelutifi es for a few weeks Lulu Merritt visited at the home of Aileen Brown at Mack vile last Saturday and Sunday Clayd Cheatham and Walter Wells called at Booker last Sun day to see some of the ffair sex Dame Rumor reports a wedding ihr the near futUre Who is it Lafe Harlbw of this place cal led at the home of MissMay Goatley at MooresVille Sunday John MoIJvoy is having a new residenoe erected on the Jot where his former residence burn edlastallI Will Sims and Emma Sutton- isite at the home of Moland Durr gear Sprn tield last Sat urdayandSundaypthsir GROVE Mr Will Hays o Bloomfi ldl is up this week Harry Borwn of Lebanon is visiting at Mr John Browns Mrs J S Yankey has gone Ion a trip to Danville and Har rodsburg itfrs James Noe of Spring field is spending the week ati her fathers Mr S C VanArs dale Mrs Jimmit Adams of Harrods burg has returnrd home after a visit to relatives here MisI Ella Adams of Indianap oILs is spending the sumrrer at Mr J A ThompsonsV Kyle Dugai and his mother IMrs Wm Dugan were visiting at Mr J A Kelleys his week Miss Bessie Thompson and Nettie r5left Friday for Harrodsbqrg where they willIe main for the week Barou Parks sold one work mule to Wm Hays for 50 J S yankey bought 5 mules from different parties the past week BB Leachman attended the Huitanville fair last week- Mr JOones of Perryville was here with relatives the first of the week Andrew and Prank Yankey were in Cincinnati on a visit for several days- Erastus Trent who has been at the Mammoth cave encamp 1mentvith tne State Guards came home ill wih typhoid fev r MondayV Miss Rena Yankey is attending a protracted meeting at Mack yule vfiss Marcia Leachman is viti ing in Lebanonjj Tne Pleasant Grovje school I began Monday wita Miss Annie Jones as teacher A fair attend ance is reported One of tne most pleasant social events of the se srn was the occasion of a reception tendet d by thell dies of the Presbyterian church to Rev W r OverslreE- and wife of Perryville who I have just returded from an ex tended bridal trip through the North An elegant supper was served music was furnished by 11an orchestra ovur eighty guests bdiugi presents A party qoinppsyd ot Misses Margaret Leacbman Viola Brown Mabel Thompson Bessie fLe1ehmauand Ed Duncan Will Thompson Duncan Leachraan JYyTtsey speJtWednesday 11 at T atham Springs IJbe home of Mr N P Thompson was the scene of storm party Monday night A pleasant time was enjoyed by alll who attended Mjss Elmo Leaehman gave lawn fete at her beautiful country I home near here in honor of her guest Miss Jennie Adams of Hamrsbnrg This being on of them st pleasant affairs of the summer Miss Lachman may well congratulated upon her ability sa hostess Refresh mepts were served on the tawn Among those piesentere Misses Annie Davis Vanarsdale Viola Brown Marcia and Bessie t Leachman Annie Neikirk Net tieBaker Lizzie Leach man Sue Dincan Bessie and Mabel j Thompson Ella Adams Jennie Adams and Jennie Leachman Messrs John Spalding Nat Thompson Will Green George NeUdrk George Wycoff Will Jones Walter Steve and Wil Thompsog DavidHarry Reed John Kelley and Duncan Leachman roref ijcwIAl Smith purchas il of Tom Wheatley for 230 a pair nf nice mtl1I Thomas Medley liinht pair of mules off Thomas Simms price unknown Ed Buckler bought fron Fonzy 13011pounds Joe Blanford sold Damon Car ric 1i calves for 15 apiece and a sow and6shoats to Will Hamil ton for 29 Sara Smith sold a horse 10 1 E Smith for 8750 ofI Rich Smith bought a horse Clay Gainer ror40 nd2 cnlves of Robert Orkies for 22 Miss Mary Rose Wheatlv of Nelson county is the guest f her aunt Mrs Pius Nally Mrs Damon Carrico is on an extended visit to her sisters and other friends iin Louisville Forty tour devo ion hogan at St Rose last Sunday evenitg The alter was most beautifully decorated with fragrant flowers The emces were graqd through out Tue services were somo whit marred byVIII mannered shuffling of feet Surely the people were long enoughV at the doors to have gone procured seats before t ic divine services began without disturbing the reverend gentleman Those of the congregation that wished to hear well were well pleased to have an opportunity to attend the beautiful services on SundayV A fjieat many from here have attended the church picyic last Saturday at Chic igo They report a nice time and say that good sum of money was realized for the benefit of the ci urch over there While here many of them walUe1 down to see ihe spot of earth which on tile Itt is something fnran rejund should be loOked into There is one hole about the size of an ordinary well which has burntd down abou six ret and is very hot with smoke rising out all off the irae The ground for iian yuxds aroun lis very hot and cra ked open with slIhJlcelom ingjut vliich smel like a coal oil lamp which hjis just been ex linguis cd TIP timber close around s dying from heat Thi is us jl touiiK to us which we believe lo be correct us it is from a reliable source Owl Gneck Your Pen wick corrtispondwnt is very m itch mistaken for the popular correspondent of Owl Creek did not passthrougli your little villaiTH Saturday Miss Agatha MatliiiKly and brothers James and George after a pleasant weeks visit with their cousins Misses Mrtou and Bertha Ma tingly have rctumea 3 to their h me nearHurrodsbur ItMisses Minnie and Uetti it tingly accompanied iliHir- broilinr Joe attended ilu sinking at Mackville Sunday Hoivud usili of Vnple Hill visitol Mr J N Vnii omirry last week Cr ps are all lonkini li nl on ccount of the dry vveahor The creek lOt ttq past foniirii last Friday eve jogand we have had no rain here Burns of near Pnlliam 11Mr upknownV Mr James Settles place Mr C Odo near Litsy- a bought of MIS Mary Clark ui tract of land containing 40 acres Tuesdanh fifth we had ft righvtncerainV Fred heatham of voorijsviUe bought a lar mbf 100 acrei of Charlie Harmon for 2400 MM 9 MackvilleV Mat Wycoff sold a 124 acre farm to Harry Sbewm kerat 26 an acre Possession Jane 1st Rev C M Humphrey assisted by Rev S P Stiles of your kjwn tbetMethodisprogressing nicelyV Leslie Bottom Frank Litsey and Walter Thompson accompa nied by Misses Ora Hat hett- May Lear and Julia Lear spent last Saturday At High Bridge Reuben Bottom Sought a bunch of 75lb shoats of Leslie Bottom at seven cents and sold them to Golie Shewmaker at f6 per head also bought a sornd ofIjDr H P Cox bought a com bined 5 year old horse of Sleet alsoIlof W P HatChett at S75 P Hatchett bought a year old harness mare of W 61 Wilhoitof Danville at 85 and 7year old mart of Willis IottOm at50 I N Arnold sold to Berry Shewmaker a house and lot in town at 1200 Possession Janu ary 1st He also sold his shop building o same party at 675 possession September 1stV IMilton Sweeney sold a 113 acre Ifarm to Mrs Martha Shewmaker ut 32 per acre Possession January 1st- George Wycoff and sister Miss Malvenia were visiting ret tiyes at Danville last wtek MOOR ES VILLE Flora since our last to the wife of W B BarJovv a twelve pound girlVMiss Emma Wall f Louisville is visiting relatives re Miss Lelia Wall entertained last Tuesday night iin honor of her guest Miss Lizzie Porter of Mt WashingtonV Ifhe young folks enjoyed themselves tit a social at Mrs Susie Goatleys last Saturday night Prospects for a good corn crop are very promising at the pres ent time Will Boblit and Ed Grigsby are both erecting large tobacco barns Luther Boblit of Louisville is visiting his mother near here He will return ma few days Latest from S Hv Weakley says he iis in St Louis and has not yet determined what he will do A pnictice game of base ball was played at the Moofesville park 1st Saturday evening Members of several clubs took part Quite a large crowd was lreSefltV VMrJoe Settle and b ire Chas Butler and wife spent last Thursday attj Tatham Springs Work on the pikes has begunl in earnestVIOiivei mind Norman Gribbens are in Indiana prospecting They vent thiouglv m a buggy andl Ivill remain about two weeks r Mr Richard Trent and Miss Dora Crouch spent lust SundayH with Miss Pearl Lynch Several took in the excursion last SundiLyVr Lev Williams and wile and Mr Ben CullmuitI wife of Polin dined with Mr and Mrs TWos Sueene last Sunday We Ire exceedingly sorry that HopecburchICOilu 0 severely on our tte paTagKrphS last weeKs is iie that there would be preach in gal the church first Sunday in August if the preacher came I meint no in innutions towards hit at all hat rwil assure uitn t lll11 tho fijture I will never again cause him to cpmtiient on any ite n I iuaywritiI IEd Swoeney and Jas Huston liave bought new traction en gine and have begun threshing t ugiin in our vicinityVV Makes Weak Women 14Vhive tak nvour Rpmick Pepsits Blood Tonic I knvy jit to bI the best tonic ever used It wijM make every weak wonnn srongi 1 cannot piaiRed n Jg1 Mrs 0 D PiokoripgJ OlvllJ For sale bv Harden I 1 GEORGE ELIOTS FACE laid to Dave Been a Combination olt panto anil Savonarola SA close friend of George Ellotri writing Or her personal appearance said She was not as the world in gen eral Is aware a handsome br even a personable woman Her face wap long the resnotJargeor beautiful In coloivthey were I think of a gray ish blue thr hair which she wore In old fashioned braids opining low down oh either side of her face of u rather light brown It was streaked with gaywl1cu lust I saw her Her figure was of middle height large boned and powerful Lewes often sild that she Inherited from her peasant ancestors a frame1 and constitution originally very robust Her head was finely formed with a noble and well balanced arch from brow to crown The lIps and mouth possessed a power of infinitelyl varied expressionVGeorge Lewes once said to me when I made some observation to the effect that sio had a sweet face XI meant tha the face expressed great wedtness You might say what a swedt hundred faces I look at her sometimes In amazemept Her coun tenance Is constantly changing The said 1Ips and mouth weredls tlnctly sensuous in form and fullness She has becn compared to the portraits of Savonarola who was frightful and of Dante who though stern arid bitter looking was handsome Something there was of both faces in Georgo Eliots phslobOUOInyI Lewes told us In her presence of Urn exclamation uttered suddenly by some ono to whom she was pointed out at n place Of public entertainment That said aljystnnder Is George Eliot The gentleman to whom she was thus led cated gave one sIft searching look and exclaimed sotto voce Dantei aunt Lewes thought this happy and he recognized the kind of likeness that was meant to the great singer of the Divine Comedy She herself playfully disclaimed any resemblance to Savona rola But although such resemblance was very staut Savonarolas pecul ifvrlv unbalanced countenance being a strong caricature of herssome lIke- ness there was DAIRY NOTES VClovercow lRegularity in feeding and milking is important To get all of the butter the cream must bo uniformly ripened In milking squeeze the teats just bard enough to get the milk Cows that are good producers of rich milk must be good copsumers Inorder to secure rich milk start with a rich cow and feed her rich small quantities cottonseed meal Is a good teed but In excess it in jur s the butterV KickIng a cow that Is lying down may make her get up more quickly but it will not induce her to give any more milkVIf rack salt is kept in the yard where the cows can lick it every day there Is no danger that they will get too much at onceV One of ttye most Important condi tions of churning is the temperature df the cream No guess should be allowed but a good thermometer used Judge Davi Wit- The slate Noah Davis justice of the sujrt m e COirt of New York was one of many judges and lawyers who iuake the courtroom the scene of some of our best wit and humor The New York Commercial Advertiser gives sOnic illustrations IOnco a lajer obectedfn witness sustain The lawyer cried But your honor I submit And here he btfoko otrVThats right said the judge quick ly always submit Crier adjourni equrtiVIn one case over which he preslde there were Qftyflve distinct offenses i and four counts on each offense 220 in all Well said Judge Davis therearo more count than in a German prlncl fllitYVold I Time nt the Capital the lively and pictur IOld which the old timers in Washington one Is moved almost to tears over the commonplace nature of his own Ums John A1amm used to bathe In be Potomac every morning at daylight because they had no bathtij in the White House and no one eer pulled a kodak on him President Taylor used to walk about the townand stop and chat with every one be met like a policeman A recep tion In the White House in these days is relieved of monotony only by the great crush of guests who trample the clothes off one anothers backs An other president set up In the east room a six hundred pound cheese and vited the multitude to come in and help itself which the multitude proceeded to do DFOR- BLACKDRAOGOTfl i ff- fj Coistipatiou isnothinmorm Iow thana clogging the bowelt stagnationJf lvcry constipatedsufferm Jlowingpoiconous i relieftOnstiaionf tcontrglon Headaches biliousVness and many other ail meetS disappear when consU- pated bowels arercHeved TTied fords BlackDraught thoroughly clqaiis out the bowels in an easy thoIt vioIcnti1thnrtics theorigina1made by The Chattanooga itedu cine Co Sold by all druggists iin 25cent and 8100 packages 1901IDraogbt too hleblr keep itin Lou UieUrttearrrtt57 rer soiltbeof beUa tro bl d with UHUoa Towr awdldM U aU tWketfl cr MeFlRUND i 1 Iji iiAiijjWWiW wWi iWiiWi iW it WiWjWlYi il jIIiwr IW4 e Byp1es I e tIl ttt q 4 t b 1 1 J e bea 1Ja 1 them IQ bigsfcveliides Any v t V 4 Call and snake a napdbel eady for 8prinfg t1i4a Sr ISYou must remember near at handand v So 3 we have grass seeds of till kinds ui t I We make a Specialty of Northern Seetoits q FfF oS THOMPSON GBEENa 4I SPRlNGFFELDkY J ffit t t t t m orot ft nr f1 r o rtft ffl1 1f t f The Missoiiiit Pacific Railway Affords prospector healfi or iadvhlltageS i Missouri Kansas Colorado or astjandCityPueo13with the Denver Rio Grande Ry Scenic Line of the World Extremely Low Bxbrsion Ratest durinff the sutuna months o Colorado Utah id Pacific Coast Resorts All trains equipptii ithekc tic lignis ehctricl elegant Pullman Sleepers iiuipg carsa JinatStundaid Seepe vLouis 10 runcisco eDic Cob jrdll and tSalt L the vear run1 Person conducted everyIuesaVLous 630 pin yVednesJav ttuni FIidass rromKansasCily1 tough Colorado and Utah to the PaificCaastV Ideal Rout During the FourS rtsf Stopovers illowedwest bound passengers via the Miss9uri Rj between morning and evening trains a St Louis transact business visit the Worlds FairSitVtjiandsom descriptive iterature vlll eliiailea ree Flr1I orination fuw ites one ay and ruutil trip folders folders etc donsult Ticket Agents address Mathcws C Townsend Vouisville- KYGPTAStLi4lSMO i p Spend the Summer at IlL IJ Charmingly situated in the beautiful MounM in Region of vVestern Norui Carolina known as thVLand ot the SkyVS Easily reached by the SoutbernRdiIwy Clear Bracing Atmosphere Good Temperature t Y Magnificent Scenery j A delightful retrciatfrom the intense heat of the Summer- Land of the Sky i bobk free on receipt o i two cent stamp for postbie 0 H Hungeifrd D P A utsville Ky G B Allen A GPAi Louis hMlt H B Spencer ion Mgr St LpuisyMo l I The ThlnirThnt Pn leil tho Patient may bn thankfulIfor your c iceucnt constitution It IMS pulled you t sldknessI ulwaysiUer XVeildlnr1 VVV f Mrs VDearborniWt sour wedding tn1uneV Mrs Wabash Yes Mirce of ttiem irerx Yonkers Slntcsuia ilanVSIZOU1dLIVO n Centarr There Is reason why with proper food taken according to season nt rprov intervals and in proper jquaf- atlty men should iiotllvo invariably accidents excepted tot u hundred years In facti taking the length of life of an imrls a criterion this should be the length of life in men The length of life of an animal should bo four tithes tho years takes for it to arrive at maturity and asa man may be said to arrive at perfect maturity atrtho vge of twentyflVQ years tie should this hypothesis live tbs hundred Gcn tlemnn0 MagazineV f I rIftVV J ild we can 15Vafford to sell utE14VL a 1QWfull l y on the market fi St1ftllVdaLy rioebyi SEEDINCTI1VtJae is f ia m F An Pacbi to or or R T T E A H no as it so on VV V5VSV t j54 5VVi o i5ri l t insunceS itReversed ttVIk l riVUtJ ftftiIt investment1 t CoOyo- r rJt a fl JrGWCEJJOy I t k Itt t r I 4t Ir L AGENT M t4 t 0 1j i ftOJ 1 Jf iA V- VVkLbkUs Ky l llllrr m Oi5felVlfelSiT1I M lit Lowest PricesVVJVftt t+ = JnstL t rcuGH LUMBER- 4VQRESS E DJ r Uj lismm e7GASH and DOOS- UATH nii and SM jNI i tJ OONTRACTIS G 1 Dfi FrjLp LUMBER GOS Yard CALL AND GET PRICESif i VtV 1 4 ii Jlnw JJfli jiIiL UI I C 7ffmttVSr 0IThat is Wht9Vbj-I IU t a want and VN fhave them diVu1OS J ItL I r 0SVItur U stock w fnslStllnmere i twtsMatsMJafld- Shoe COIitainuat74vV varfejE andgo a etvalues i c1olf rtiIWft Vtep4r t a i To 1iJ t t i3 +e7extendr a cordiali ifff m isitt E sic re and inspect our sCbclt ofr Sifminer Dress Goods and Notions 13 IiiI ffi ii J5V tCa apdgtprtcs We ft nl4Jitt i JStifm spt5- lalioargalns j i 0i rr t f jfJ dll3 bitoOk6 W 6ll tli X ftVtISY 4irtf f 7 1 FRANICW SIMM BEN IS SIi 1Sj BNFISI iS R4NK V 6IMMS S CO Livery Fli aMVll- u 1t4 tl NowM Sy1ish 1ijgRJd oHiS- pitit oiMts for trifveUing menf OiVrMi a trial CJomfortable 8taliJ ttd jlVment lot tjoarcUngl horsfeg t PHONE 75 SP INoriKLD KY I f i r T EN5W 4 PER I f i DIIlBURTOK fcWDiNT DENTIST 11ETMEXTACTED vur PAIN OnIqIl fM ock up sthlni UtiGFIErDXY C All Dental Work Strictly 1iratcIss ON-MJ =FFIOE In Overu House fsdIi1 GFJELDKY jt p OFFIEDr Rinebarjbs fpr Baer ofices over Peoples Deposit Baok Office hours 12to2 pm J f FGRIGSSVf- t ATT fRNEY AT LAW ice over PcoplflyBank I pflrIEL1 Ky IiitpTksCuk MHltwarKs efl heCeld fCaxatireBronioQfilniheTabliets curt old InWlif NoCariVo Pay TI N1TIIIN MCHI6ANI TqSkepi cars frOm j IVKi V Sleeping cars running to lo theru Mcai tcsorcg from i tutsv1L1e oveBPenfleylvanfa Short Lines Und ELrRJiwy The Fj M ng Line Willle98tatlfebed June 2ia902 kava ing0Logi8Yilep4 p plI daily arriving JelipkeyYrayer8cCrtjri Bay View Harbor Springs and Mackab v Oity atneiiIpalfntqr tiba addresa C1iIag- TtWDPA louisvUleKv WOJBcO 0EIAS LW FAST TRill B Hr sa ft ZMk wl XMMC CKt aid tt OKLAHOMA CITY t WICHITA DNISONSflTRMAN eDALUS irt FORT WORTH i4sW1polMu IRTMaadthet SHealToUw emjWaTwy pUuaee kaowa to MMtac MraUrM41ff few beea rroiite mk BP ot tkU Mrrie Uel dii- VCaffi Observation Carst 4er tH BMMcwwt of Trad Harvey otaeheertHUytS AtiyiDRRAY GeuAgentI 407 W1nutEtCincinuati O JK REACH DETROIT j llttftVifii jtal r frim In isvilie vithOMt chanqinn c r Take thq Sleeping Car which will leave Louisville 4 p In over Penn yll vjaata Short LInes via Indianapolis inJJjisp rtover VanaIia Ln- tiro4iffa Otto vihGoR J to t J v Kalam eotbenceTla Michigan Ccn Jral Tne throngb car wili leave lnnlnbunoBet mornIngand inake connections foorregtaontIieSt ClairTivor And m CtinaSa Getdetails from C H Hag Ir tyiD P A ioplsvile X- yb 61 r rskiOPCC j Partiic1esirbg a good sro mYesSienl loTm all sums with excell rit rate of interest write iisfor particulars A riesifvng solicifijc anlea Pennsylv Jfi i XinDrqvemenfrandfnye3tin i it 703 laer Jluildinri R 1H R rii J 1ij Forimoqn thect1anitni i PI lar1N itnv Lih1iz1C Ijlthe DI tt Ba lc1 hHi 4L1r the flcth Price 2 I1tRbRb for ftp Haydoiidrugtr a1e Sale 2lfoOOiti t t e Apply attrI miles from S1tiri4 QLttcl4aidstwn ro qtiJpai ticr1arnddres J rUil 1J H jiEVINE Vlk i 28 btn Ift Speiniie1ECy 511 frt1 rJ vf4 oranf i ThCasejcottage with l J 1 i dQ O4jlQWC3 yahstreetAtJ1 ltiJ61in W Lei Attorney ik4tvwRvI ttfIIiMft idOWNLocl iii iii4 iiiiiiii35i ii5 e Happ Hlns of Interest I Freshest and Lat st1All About Yourself Friends I and Acquaintances I i Fruit jars almost at cost at Q W Hagane J 1Twenty pounds of fruit sugar for lat CW Elagans 1Fo SALE A complete but HfJ fi groceriesllall freshaWatermelons always fresh and nice atC W Hagans Gold storage L FOUND A blanch of keys wMch the owner can have by JcallingDont forget to go to C W Hagans for your vinegar His line has no equal J Dont hRaganwill surpsiseyou Take your country produce to theQighestpricecash rt T J If you wanta nice coffee cheap tcailandsee C W Hagans line 10 1211520 25 cents The Springfield biage balL club weal JioflBar istowp Tuesday and defeated the club at that i lace by the score of 11 to 8 WANTEP 500 uounds bacOn and5 00 p unds of hams WillI pay highest cash pricefrC W Hagan FOR SALEI have for sale rwo fiiiu young Southdo v n bucks by FJshers celebrated back t J9fflW KELLEY =TAKEN UP A red heifer weighing about 500 pounds Owner can getfuifther infqrma ion by cabling at EWSLEAtER office etw61ULLS IdISimms Ky Rev G W Swope has gone to Will rreek church where o will hold a ten days meetir Dr Harvey1 of Louisville will preach at the Baptist church here OH next Sunday during Mr Swopert absence I have rccmtlv added to ray li it of hrus for sale two more good pnces One is the John A Tucker farm containing 185 acres situated near Now Hopi church this county 1 also have foi sale the farm if Mrs Ed Noe situated two miles north of Springfield and containing 105 acres For further porticulars call on or address G 0 Wharton Springfield Ky Frank Shadetformerly ofI Bardstown and a brother of Mr Fonzy Shader express messenger on the L N train to this place was shot and killed at Colorado Springs last week by IRR EformerTa is also J j The cause of the killing is saidI to have been the result of Shoo ers too intimate relations with Taylors vifecCol R E Whayne reportsi i small crowd at Lebanon ortlast Monday but stock changed hands at good prices W lv- iDirrhttot this ounty bought 11 head of 2 yearold mules at 71 50 per head Rensey Young and 3Bobertper head A E Johnson bought lx pair of horse mules 2Iyears old at 176 9 600 pound heifers at1995 per head 1 sow and 7 pigs 1990 1 3 year old ymure58 jIj i rLCftUII0gLS of tint Nehon County Pair u now ready for idiaLriUutioii tuil ctn be hud upon tvpjjliciton to the ucretary J iraLr4yitninol Hardstown pie eii catalogue is by most tractive ever fartnelthis popular fair the u 01Iikenestallion Onward Silver while J the insidei is chuck lull of itt tractive features The old Nel son County Fair is always large thissectionandlfint many s offered by the management this thatitJIivilti lalgelYJ than ever by our peopleJ A broil telegram front Frank ort last Thusday aflnoqncedJ t IiTOPIG81I tthe death at his home inbtbat city of Clarence Hawkins after a short llness of typhoid fever Mr flawkins had been employed in the drug store of Haydon Robertson at this place for severalmnthsand had left here only a few daysbeforehlsdeath to go to his home at Frankfort He was sick when he left but not thought to be dangerously bp nJ the announcement lof his death was a shook to his friends in Springfield He was ayoung man who made a good many warm friends during his short stay in tiiis town He was twen ty six years old and a son of ohu C Hawkins of Frankfort Society The town has been qijite gay socially during the past week and several pleasant functions ave occurred On last Friday e the young men of the town gave an impromptu hop at th 1evisiting young ladies of the com mun tyThc affai was a very pleasant occasion and enjoyed by nil who attended On Monday evening there were severalQ entertainments Mrs Co C McChord was hostess at a Ping Pong party at her home which was a pleasant occasion to her guests Miss Willie ayes carried off the prize as being the most expert player Miss V ula Brown entertained on the same evening a few iends to meet her cousin Miss Ethel McClasky of Bloomfield Another Ping Pong party was also given on Mpnday evening by Misses Eleanor and Mary McElroy Miss Halstead of Bardstown was the guest of honor on this occasiQn The younger set of young folks en jjoyed a Lawn Fete on Monday evening on the lawn of Mr J Y iMayes Quite a number of young peo pie from town went put to Texas Tuesday evening to attend a party given by Miss Litsey and J R Ulaybrooke at the homeof Mr AL Litsey SprIngfIeld Baptist Church i The roll call anu rally gii vin Baptist church in this citatI proved to be one of the mos de lightful events in tthe hi owy ofi tthe church There was a good attendance on the parttof the irietnbership and all felt that a imore cordial relation between tthem resulted The roll call was much enjoyed as was also the very excellent solo of Mr W D Wilson Judge W E Selecman qne of ithe charter members in a well arranged address gave the his toryt of the church stating that the church was organized January 29th 1884 witji 27 charter members The first pastor W J Holtzclaw was called Novem ber 1886 The Sunday School was organized April 27 1890 During the pastorate of Mr oltzclaw the present church building was begun and was com pleted during pastorate of W C Cleveland the second pastor who was calledOctober 27 1890 The ws dedicated second Sunday 1802 Dr Kerfoot preach ing the dedicatory sermon Cen riUl Association met in new building September 1891 The following deacons were elected by the church 1891 J W Jarboe L 1i Spalding J A Boulware W Ey Selecman all of whom still serve as such W C Cleveland closed his pastorate September 1895 when Joe P Jacobs was calledAS third pastor After a pastorate of nearly one earbt was succeeded by C C Pugh the bit pastor who was called Fjbvuary 1897 and who served a Siustof until his success r tep P Hambletonvas culled the tlfrvh pastor Febru ary ISlb lie Jentrul Associa tiou Hgait Ufco with rtuo church in the scim y aflbe pastor tend jreahiy resignation much twi the egret of the church and we14 as missionary in Japan in1 1001 taking with him as his wife the accomplished daughter of Mr arid Mrs L T Spalding Thepresent pastor George W Swopewas called in Ajrii190J since which time a beautiful parsonage has been built and the reasedltFereIconcuded tpastor on The present needs oft our church L IIH HOR- DDENTISTOFFICE KiKBUAItT BOILDIKt rmnent1y located i SPRINGFIELD KY PEAQNAL dMraHarryThompson Springs this week MMrD tltnvlllMiss LilHe Lanbam of Lebanon letvisiting Mrs Mag Hag n fM189ed home from Louisville t Miss tuoy Browne andBav Brown are visiting in Bloomfield Joe Tnompson of Bntcblnson Kas Is visiting his uncle here fiMisMcElroy are at Tatham Springs Miss Mary McElroy has reurned from a visit to friends in Lebanon J JI McCabe andO W Hagan have gone to French Lick Springs Miss Willie Knott has returned home from a visit to Union coniityi Mr E L Davison of Louisville is visf ting relatives here fors couple of weeks Mrs Addrew Cunningham and son Hood are spending the week at Latham Miss Endora Durrctt of Bloomneid is a guest at the Olaybrooke home this week Miss Mary Brown has gone to Pitts burg Pa to accept a position ten ographer Miss Margaret Halstead of Bards town is the guest of Miss Mary Le wis this week Mrs Marip Booker and little son and daughter of Little Rock are visit- ingl relatives here Mrs RoBarda f Hendersonvilie N Of is op a visit to the home of her son Dr J B RoBards iMrling Green are guests at the home of Mr and Mrs A 0 McElroy Mrs W L Dunnjtftera visit to her parents here left Tuesday morning for her home at Asheville NO Mrs HM ONali and Lydia Mc Elroy have geno to Danville to attend the fair and to visit relatives Slater Vincent Ferrer and her lit tJonlec8 Ellen Thompson are Visiting relations in Owensboro this week Runsel Cheshler has gone to Louis ville where he has secured a position aa bookkeeper for the t N Railroad Miss RuRsel of Louisville and the Misses Unandier of of Bardstown are the cbHriniug visitors ot Miss Eddie Bbader Jodie Mansfield after spending a few weeks here with his parents has left for the West to engage in professional businesstjlilJsMaud Muuson of DonisonI 1oxrtha lha dhalIiii g tin Wtt at Tatham Prof Uooney who has boon teach ingi ul Notre Dame and Miss Edith x 3tubelhomuA Mr George Medley this week MiSri Uettie Irvine and brother went to Lerry ville Tuesday to attend the fnnreral of their aunt Mr H K Hays who died at that place on Monday morning FINE WASHINGTON cOUNTY FARM FQR SALE On Monday August 25 1902 I will offer at public sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky la fine farm of gOO acres About two miles from Texas Ky known as the Sam Montgomery farm This farm iis on a gpod road convenient to schools and churches is well watered and in a good state of cultivation About 50 acres is in fine timber about 50 acres in cultivation and the remainder in grass There is a good dwelling house aGd all necessarv outbuildings and large barn suitable for either stock or tobacco Parties desir ing a good farm for tobacco or stock raising would do well to call and examine this farm before purchasing elsewhere G Terms easy and made known on day of sale For further In formation apply to me at Texas or fx T D English Danville Ky LLOYD MJ TURNER Notice hltvngdissolved sons owing us accounts ire r Milly requested to Ciiil and set VL diiillf HAYDQN i itoiERisoN Jj ETTELST Liist nf letters rom uuog un KyPli eD3jrgAuOust Hubert Gupton J S Foster = J A Brooks Joe ell nne ChasvKnox CGKelley EtQn Prtichmond mad Shoemaker When callingfop these letters l4vIu tay Advertised 4v Watjrs P M DASHED TO DEATH William Hughes Killed at a Rail II road Crossing a respectedndof the county was strukby the L N acepmodajion train Mon- ay afternoon at about 2 oclock as he was crossing the Bloom eld road about a mile below own and instantly killedrrhe bytheeet into tnQ air alighting on aI pile of rocks where his brains were djisfiedTouT The particulars are about as follows Hughes was driving in a break cartSand had started down the Bloom eld road towards his honie On the road he had overtaken Lucy Edelen wife of John Edel en of color ltd the woman had gotten intVe cart to ride to her home a short distance below where the accident occured On approaching the railroad cross i gngaware of the approach of the fast moving train just in time topthrow herself backwards out of the cart Hughes evidently either did not see or hear the train uptime or thought he could urge his horse across the track to save himself but just as the horse had cleared the crossing the engine struck tne cart in Which was seated Hughes and the man and the cart were hurled with teriffic force Wit- neSses say that the body Qf the unfortunate man was turned over and over in the air and struck on a pile of rocks When picked up iby the traincrew Hughes wasi dead his skull being crushed as if it had been an egg shell The Edelen woman escaped injury The cart was demolished but the horse was not hurt Coroner J M Montgomery held an Inquest on Tuesday and after hearing the evidence of several witnesse returned a ver diet that related the manner of the mans death but which was noncommittal as to whether there was any blame attached to the train crew The train men are quoted as saying that they did not see the vehicle until the train was almost on it and that the whistle blew as usdal for the crossing William HugHes the dead man liveilnear Glenville and was in gOQd financial circumstances He was a brother of J West Hughes Secretary of he Washington County Fair Co He leaves awife and eight chil ren L umber fOr Sale I will have from 20000 to 0 000 feet of oak lumber for sale Will saw it any size to suit purchaser HUGH STILES 3t Springfield Ky tr i tINCUBAwhere it is hot all the year round Scotts Emulsion sells better than any where else inthe world So dont stop taking it In summer or you will lose what you haveCCalned ampIeIPearl Street New York soc and SLoojall druggists NATURAL HISTORY Cqmcls are the only animals that cannot swim A seal has been known io remain ventyflve minutes under water The starfish has no nose but can cmell with thd whole of Its under side The greyhound which can cover aI mile In 1m 28G is the fastest of quad rupeds Nearly all bottom sea fishes have the power of changing color at will like chameleons A sea anemone taken from the Firth of Forth in 1828 lived and flourished iIn captivity until 1887 Horses giraffes and ostriches have the largest eyes of land creatures cuttlefish of sea beasts Grizzly cubs born In captivity are most Impossible to raise TtH twenty three born at Cincinnati only ono lived The Eskimo dog will eat almost any of the dried fruits Tho sour or acid fruits as the orange lemon lime shad- dock etc as well as the sour plums and the bitter olives are rarely eaten To protect itself from the rain the orang outanR crooks its arms over its hrnd The nsir on the oraugs upper1 arm points downward while on the lower rrm It points upward the apparent purpose being to shed the rain like a the tch WhTDd They Abandon PompcllT At a period when newspaper discus sions were rather vapid despite the ac credltcd appearance of the sea serpent and the arrival of the largo potato Max Nordau Ju an Austrian Journal propounded a problem that should lead to useful inquiry Why was it that the inhabitants of Pompeii did not return to their homes at ier the destruction of the city Of the 30000 Inhabitants a few hun dreds at most seem to have lost their lives The eruption of Vesuvius lasted only a few days The dpositof lava and ashes was not verj thick Tho louses might have been easily repaired Many of them stand to this dny They were beautiful houses many of them richly appointed and containing valu ables of great price Had the Porn pollens no lOve of home ir were they too superstitious or did their terror at the eruption make then believe too Uhuster might cornendJIll I Soft Harness You cut make your bar I catlengthen giouandbyIIIIJut twice long M It would EUREKAHaruss orlooklhffharIjea pure heaT bodied oil es pecially prepared to with uad tbe weather Sold everyWhere 2naaaUulza MWi ij SfANHRQ oil Cl AN OWL STORY the TjTamnoB Effectet Ilablf Upon a Wild Animal An English trabllcatlon tells this In teresting atoty of an owl A vague figure appeared out of the clouds traveling against the wind toward the spire and looking more like ragged piece of newspaper whirled about the heavens than any living thing It was a white owl and after watching him for some time I came to- the conclusion that he was trying to et to the vane of the spire A very i ambition It seemed for although be succeeded again and again in get ting to within a few yards of the oint aimed at he was on each occa slop struck by a fresh violent gust and driven bapk to a great distance often quite out of sight in the gloom But presently he would reappear still struggling to reach the vnneA crqzy bird But I could not help admiring his pluck and greatly wondered what his secret motive in aiming at that windy perch could be And at last after so many defeats he succeeded and grasped the metal crtfssbar With his crooked talons The wind with all its fury could not tear him from it dud after a little flapping he was afile lo pull hImselfSup and then bending down he deliberately wiped his beak on the bar and flew away This then had been his powerful mysterious motivejust to wipe his beak which he could very well hare wiped on any branch or barn roof or fence and saved himself that tremen dous labor This was an extreme in stance of that tyrannous effect of hab it on a wild animal Doubtless this bird had been accustomed after de vouring his first mouse to fly to the vane when be could rest for a few minutes taking a general view of the place and wipe his beak at the same time and the habit had become so strong that he could not forego his via it oven on tempestuous an evening THE COPYRIGHT LAW First Measure Pasictl For the Pro tection of Literary PropertT April KV1719 is noteworthy date in the history of literature On that day came into operation an act for the encouragement of learning by vest ing the copies of printed books in the authors or purchasers of such copies This was thq first measure passed for the protection of literary property The word copyright according to Dr Murray was not used before 1707 In the preamble of the bill which is Bztid to have been drafted by Dean Swift the necessity of a measure to enable learned mon to write useful books is dwelt upon By its provisions two terms of copyright each of fourteen years were created for all future publications one term to follow immediately upon the other if the au thor were still living at the expiration of the first term- According to subsidiary clause if any publlsher Issued a book at a price judged too high by certain discreet persons ho was liable to a penalty The discreet persons included amoj g others the archbishop of Canterbury the lord chancellor and the vice than ccllors of Oxford and Cambridge On them devoled the somewhat delicate task of fixing the books value This clause jvas repealed in 1739 but the term of copyright remained unaltered until 1842 when it was extended to the life of thof thor and seven years W fortytwo ycrs from the date of publication whichever may prove longer England was the first country thus to protect the rights of authors France followed snitin 1703 but in Germany no copyright law existed until 1870 London JCovra PICKINGS FROM FICTION Women love the lie hint saves their pride but never an unflattering truth Tbe Conqueror Slander Is the crime of saying what other people think ilax Pcmbertpn The Giants Gntet It is as easy to escape from death as from a woman when onco shes after you Twentysix and One If the sentence Thy desire shall be unto him Vas laid on Eva aa a curse yet her daughters have found their deepest happiness therein The Win ing Boad The patron saint of bachelor girls is a saint of expedients Ho has to be Ho couldnt holq down his job or hl i halo if ho were hot sThd Misdemean ors of Nancy While with mathematical accuracy two and two always make four by adding a certain amount of personality the result will very nearly equal five The Collcso Student De mcanln of courage an common sense must be understood Mtlyn have dJcd Tom bavin too much but counion scasc never hilled1 tlrek tit Club 1mu Item Ojrtonllyi Irrt Wen ilr Btaks daughter to marry me and she rcr rrcd ny to you rin mitt thaws very kind of Susie butt tlipm she always was a duifn Bli1 Really Mr Bi ksl hadnt tluysl of marrying again at my time uf llfjJ but since ypn Insist suppose we make the wvrtCsiJ day the 20th of tW uiuurti N York Prvse iDSW Coatetf with tale eggs glie and other things are not fit to drink LionCoffeaI coffeefresh strong well flavored ThIaIIa akul ui1iiLr Q tJ WeIe YiteYourl Inspeclions = d 01 our e1eht Stock of NEW GOODSI w SprIng Dres Goods in au1l the new lshades Whie Goods in all the neW flweaves Waist Goods in Silks Silk J Cw Ginghams Madras and Mercerized Effects Wq r nowpre pared to show a- StQCkcomplete IIGLOTR1NG fJ The I argest and most attractive we have ever shown and LOWERIN PRICE i t Than you NJ 00I find elsewhere ust opened out a large Stock of CORSTSThe jF Whitev PinlcanichBlueI 00 Dont aiIto visit our Wall Paper t Carpet LaceCuHain and Rug Depart n merit it is now more complete than lv ever before In Sho s we are showing vicixid Patent Calf t I Patent Kid Velour Calf Box Calf c Jmade on all last from the plainest to the f most extreme OlI and examine them t We Guarantee to Suit you hrt We still extend a speOlall invitation to CaSh buyers Always giving special cash prices Thanking you for ii past favors and soliciting cqntinuaUon of your patronage we remain Yours Trwly I CCunningliaffiS Duncan r IT TS s 4w I t RBATE SFAMPS tj 11al4ou SI714T 4 1j r t I Aldhereare the places to get them Evervihingin DryGoods Not ions arid etcofthe vet latest novelties and desi jrns at midsummer prides GRU ND V OL YBRdOKE MclNTIRE im tGrqcerles Vegetables and elc everythingguaranteod i fresh and the very best themarket afTord Goods dehV J ered in double qutctc time jr JOHN C SHADER I JG D ROBERT80R NaIsohardwarej IPure DtugS and Medicines and toilet articles fr f p t r attention Headquarters for rebatestamp goods I t WOODROBERTSOK DRUG CO T l Every thing in the Fur tute line at the loWe t cash It ces See our new line just in I ii f t JOHN Y MAYE- SIf f 1t ASK FOR REBME STAMPS EYE RYTIIE it1 I lJlfllfTi lJ I t j IIllH1IIWJ- ATIILtJt1fI41 0 NQN REBDY MpVPPL1CRTIOtL CNT riirj1id Nrtfc larv 1 thei PTSWWHJ wl iIW Hj JB Wj t theWkIrI1 t i 1Q tha27th day of AndersonI rarfcpte Washingtour l t3iiiid Nelson counties felfbocrifiecl by the aWful intelli Keecekthat Jofan Ryan had met Jf death by being drowned in pjthe whirlpool in Chaplin river STiiis dangerous spot js situated i 6Vfar from the corner of tIe three counties mentioned above jgliiiiidMs front 14 to 25 feet deep gi Oiblthe 27th a fishing party com ffeosedof MrW P Ryan and Kvhip entire family paine to the Kriyet with many other ladies and gentlemen about nine oclock a IIBU The todies came to the whirl poo where there was a very fine t and where they expected- to clean and cook their fish itrJi men were fls gthe xoi- r L7 but 200 yards below when f r le Johnnie Ryan drove close to the veagfeof the gulf to wash his t DMf gy After a few minutes he attempted tumhishorse which HE being hard to manage reared up trif Mia fell into the water sinking instantly As thy went Jdhn j9r iiie vas seen holding the reins Hi f Jleveral who watched this awful scene say that the horse rosee 5 onceVith the buggy atfoV when f be arose the young man was sending on top qf the buggy ffb61ding the lines ana calling ffisQwn name He sank to rise j flM Jot After sleeping in his Ht 4wful grave for four hours hQ i J wus found byMr Thos Welch aid brought to shore Johnnie twas buried Rockbridge ceme try 11ly28 Br JASimms funeraL sermqn I Ci1 Of all the sad events which have p t ever been Witnessed in our corn 4 S mnnity this is thesadesti Those a whtfvwitnessedlt have a mentalf 1r picture whIch etrnity only can l fface Think or a young man just reaching his maturity iin i IA perfect healthnot a spotupon Y r him loved by all kind to all Cf7f v educated reined and ambitious 0t Jfttl onltq ilhis duty tobis parents VV to pod a perfect exampl- fr V 6fiiwrihod But his chair is t i udw vacant his school bOQks t which hdloved sow Ubave1 ee Otto tenderly put away And now rfdeat father and mother cheer up 0for you shall Vsee him as he ittbisjwill be enough Hope iiS1 i4 the anchor of the soul Then donot orrovj as those who have ii rtlope but rremember Johnnie Keep your hand upon the throtthtt and your hand upon the rail and the time will not belong when tf you will all be permitted to clasp 55your bbyS hand upon the shore of eternal dfeliverarice where nQI sad farewells are spoken and where grief is snot known you can be a united family round thcthrone of God and now ihi t 1t1 language of William Cowper 1 will I seuThe path of sor row and that path alone leads t tothe landwhere Sorrow is an I ttr known No traveler ever l ch ed that blest abode who found not thorns dfad briars on his road L v E P IJEDMAN f t Just bike Home A report from Mt Clemens f Mich to the daily papers states thatduringtheJentuckYedit ors stay there the laundresses of the hotel where they were stopping went on a strike and tbe editors were forced tosnb statute pocket handkerchiefs for face towels Tough luck dont There have been times wtien the wild beasts have been more merciful thanI nbeings and spared the won cut to them m the arena It astonish lag how little sympathy women have Cor women la the home the mistress MM the maid with the signs of suffering he recognizes so well but she does not IJChtMi the aid girls loadty a touch of forewoutS n vIeeSt pallor and exhaustion whi- chrkwO weakness but allows aotgforthin It5work or quit ocPierc s avonte Frescnptioh maku weak wofojea strong and sick I womea well by curing Ue womanly diMMft which undermine the health reSlCriptiOll establishes regularity dri weakeaig drain heals inflammation id aJoww iofi and cure female weak MIs Whoa I MJtCOIB1BC talng Dr Tierce1 StrongGaevostt of Ig from fcaiiie weakxm a dlwcrteable drain brf4owit weak nsd tired feeling i Ike time t Viapi aroutid in that way a two yeaTs themI tegan takiar your Medicine AJker takkr the firatbotUe I began to f ii oraFfMCriftiM of Golden Medical JJU Cfcf7 oe vial at the MeaMst PeUets also t Mtiy fce0e of JKSagea Catarrh Remedy 4 fcanUhu1kyoufi v rite Pre criptkm makes weak w awa stroar sick womes well Ac r whichWDr PMKea Pleasant PclteU are the IIJr 1 7 L I 1LL AVfegetabteFrcpacalionfocAs sMatin theroodandBcgufei twg teStoaacte andBowls of Prno4esDgexiCerM INI M HII UK nessandrtesLCoKtalns neltlr- opittMoq4e norlralNor1ARvopIc WIrAI lI =A perfect Remedy for Consupa Than SpurSlOQBdiDianhoea WormsCoitvuIsionsFcverish ness andLoss Of SLEEP FacSunte Signature of JXEVT YORK EXACT c py or WRAPPER 4 you believe it Thats about the only taste of home they have had since they nave been gone When they are at home in their offices they do like tfaeu printers use the tear end of their shjirts fpr towels when the laundresses go on a strike which JsadaUy pccurance in some offices jjudging from the appear nce of their towels However we have a clean tqwel in our office which has been nsed jjust two weeks and we have another in Qase that one gets soiled Those editors are just puttin on airs When home pheyljusing u more convenient article than handkercbiefs for face towels In printing offices hand k rchiefsare for Sunday use Hodgenville Herald Netctsary preCatttktu Pont heelect a cold jt is worse than unpleasaui It is daugcrouB By usiof One Minute Couch Cnreyoun can cure ittonce Allays inflamt tioni cleares the head soothes and s itretigthCures cough croup throat and mug imlly like it4 J Haydon JPileS are not only iu and of themselves very painful and annoying but often greatly aggravate and even cause otherfirraye and painful affect iions andshould therefore not be neg BuekeyeCintmentLi agreatbouuto as it will cure them Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75cents 8pdjby CJ Haydon Costly Drive Dave Robertson a young man ttluesdaylreraem berit for many days tj come 2e secured ahorse and bnggy from L h Givons and wer to Danville Hustonvill aud sev eralother places that niyht drivv lug over one hundred milt When he returned to Harrods burg the horse was more dead than alive and Robertson was arrested byoffiCirBfitton chars lug him with cruelty to animals PoJic9iOO1irassessed a fine of 100 and costs and placed uupec 50 bond to keep the peace for six months Being unable to pay his tine he was sent to the workhouse accothpauiedIto r y after reaching there and dove 1back here and he was arrested on awarrant charging nim AMth a breaOhot peace He was fined 10andcosts but being unable 1to pay his flue was also sent to the workhpuse Harrodsbury Democrat His SlfkcThreateBed While picnicking last month my 11 year old boy was poisoned by tome weed or plaut says W H Dibble of Sioux CU IailHerubbed the i 6ii soufrom his hands into his eyes and for awhile we were afraid he Vould ighborsrec9mmended DeWlttw Witch Haze helpedhimandas eyer For skin diseases cutsTjufrns EcalJsVouncsiaceetbites E eW3tta iWitcb Hazel Halve is lIurecureRe- r lieves piles at euniftkk Rcffef Fer ASthvfterers mlllerdUteieleif to asthma sufferere injtne word stages and if taken t ni will effect a ore Sold by Woo4 Drug 1Company CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have JJ- AlwaysBoughr Bears the i Signature of 10- Use i For Over Thirty Year- sCASIO RIA Nelson Notes From the Standard Mr Rapier Hayden of Bards twnthe past week bought mules as follows Uf J V Pot ttlnger two aged mules for W10 iper head of Morgan Gilkey two three year old mules for 175 for the pair of JamesBoone ia good t mule for 110 of Robert Taylor two four year old mare for 12Q per head Mr George Downs of Wake y eld has au interesting wlicin the shape of an old clock 6f the grandfather spies which he rizes very bighlyI The old mepiece is over a hundredyears old and was made by L Waton of Cincinnati It is about eightt feet high and the works are madeof wood It wus originally the property of Nathan Gain a lKentucky pioneer and grand father of Mr Downs wife Ed Burgiu of Chaplin had- arrow a escape from drowning one day last week Ip attempt ingi to cross Ashes Creek after a hard rain his horse wa- sstruckby u mass of heavy drift wood and knocked down Mr Burgin was thrown into the water and iitwas only alter a desperate struggle that he suc ceeded in reaching land Aside from a thorough soaking and several bruises he was none the wore fOihis iujury IGeorge Hughes of Tailors ville recently sold a lot f sheep as follows To Joe VVakeneldI of Nelson count 10 stock ewes 15atewes at 450 per head to John Rogers 100 sheep at 385 pep head to John Snider 60 sheep at 3 85 per head to Scott Snider 40 sheep at 365 per head to John Duneu t35 ai 375 pei hOadto Will Whitcsides 50 at 350 per uead Mr tlughes still has onhaod between thiee and four hundred head o sheep Novel Premium One of the most novel special I premiums at the Jess mine coq n ty lair is offered by that genial s k N Time to Lose You cannot afford to disregard the warnings ofa weak and diseased heart and put off tak ing the prescription of the worlds greatest authority on heart and nervous disorders Mile Dr s Heart Cure- If your heart palpitates flutters or you are shorr of breath have smothering sp llspaininldt side shoulder or arm you have heart trouble and arc liable to drop dead any moment thobakttry dnvppeu dead troip heart disease recent l7 ntiilx homo In Portland Indstub mowing his lawuTlle Pros Mrs lot A Birdsall WaOtins JI Y whose portrait heads this advertise meat says write this througlj grat IMdesMeartt thelefttras miserable A few jbotUw of Dr MilesHcartCurocurelmecntirclj Sold By alJ DrutVlsU pro MUse Medlczl Co Elkhari Ind handsome and well to do machine man Mi William Shy of Danville He is a young but shfulwid ower and hdentthe courage to ask a lady to share his life land fortune Leap years have pass ed but without success arid now Mr Shy thinks lie sees an o Cotunitying a special premium of t50io the Erst lady who says to him on the firstday of the fair but six words They are Come let usi get the license1 Theconditions arahowever that tie lady must mean what she says Nicholas ville News It needs toulr diTnerciwed4 a touic Dont give purgative atitgripeandtie Early RisPr expel ail poious from in system atd act as tonic to thc livir W Scott 53L highland Aye Miltoti Pa says I hay carried le Witts Little Early Risers with me for severall years and ouidnot ilWithout them Purely vegetable They neyergripe or dUtress 01- Ha don PJnmp checks flushed with thesoftft glow of health anil a pure coraplexiJn make all women beautiful Elerbine imp TIB strength and vitality to the system and the rosy hue of health io the cheeks Price eeuts at C J Ri dons Lexin ton emocrdt Sold All the assets Of every kiud and description including the name good will subscription list etc of the Lexington Mdrh Jog Democrat Co was purchased on Tuesday by W P Walton for the sun of 6100 exclusive of a mortgage of about 3000 on the tWo Merganthaler linotype ma chines The amount which 1r1 dWaltonthtcfore91O All the assets of the company were first put up and sold separately bringing an aggregate of 3084 evclusive of the lien The plant as a whole ron1ningthis place and ivlr A G Morgan of Lexington and Mr Walton was purchased bythe latter for 3100 exclusive of the lien Danville News THE HUMBLE HAIRPIN You Thought You Knrtr Itf Man r Use but There Ar Other The comprehensive merits of the hnlcpin arc known to all observer then Its speclal value In surgery Is asserted by n writer In American MetIL icine It seems that a surgeoncan d 0 almost nriylilnjr wltlf a hairpin Ho can wire boies with It probe and close wounds plr bandages compress blood vessels use itjto remove foreign bod ies from any natural passage and as a curotte for scraping away soft ma tend And no doubt the women doctors can do a great deal more with that most gifted and versatile of hu man Implements AiithroijjJoglsts have never done Justice to the iialrpln It keeps civilization together In the hands of girls entirely great it Is much mightier than the sword or for that matter the plow What Is tie plow but a development of the forked stick end what Js the forked stick but a modification of the hairpin If there was any necessity a woman could scratch the ground successfully with a hairpin novr In fact there la no work or play In which something mjop abt be accomplished by means of It Dullards will tell you that women arent so Inventive as men dont take out so mnny patents They dont have to With the hairpin all that is doable can be done With a hairpin a woman can pick a lock pull a cork peel an np pie draw out a nail beat an egg see ltd Joint of meat is done do up a baby sharpen a pencil dig out a sIlver fas ten a door hang up a plate or picture open a can take up a carpet repair a baby carriage clean a lamp chimney put up a curtain rake a grate fire cut a pie make a fork n fishhook an awl d gimlet or a chisel a paper cutter a clothespin regulate a range tinker a sewing machine stop a leak In the roof turn over a flapjack calk a hole in a pair of trousers stir batter whip cream reduce the pre surP In the gas meter keep bills and receIpts on Ole spread butter cut patterns tighten windows dean a watcb untie a knot varnish Odors do practical plumbing reduce the asthma of tobacco pry shirt studs Into small for them fix a horses harness restore damaged mechanical toys wres tie with refractory beer stoppers Im proviso suspenders shovel bonbons spect gas burners saw cake jab tramps produce artificial buttons books and eyes sew knit and darn button gloves and shoes put up awnings doctor an automobile In short she can do what she wants to She needs no other Instrument It a woman went Into the Robinson Crusoe line she could build a hut and make her a coat of the skin of a goat by menus of the hairpin She will rev ICUMeanwhile the tunic chlrurgoons arc doing the best they can but It Is not to be believed that they have mastered the full mystery of the hairpin When Women Were Extrovncant Such n hue and cry as Is raised about the extravagance of the women of our day and yet at tho court ot St James7In a dress of velvet embroidered with gold which Is said to have cost no less than 15OO Marie do Medlcls had a gown sown with 32000 pearls and 3000 diamonds and her example was followed by leaser personages ib6 cheerfully expended more than their preclousscarcely move about in them Mme do Alontespan the beauty who reigned at tho court of Louis XIV wore atone great coprt festival ingowuot gold on gold and over that gold frieze stitched with n certain gold which hascv10ideKodol Byspepsltt Gt 6 Digests what yew et TCF1ON NOTICE thJ eIa order 6f V7aehlngton County Court made al1dI entered of record ut Its regular June terni 1902 tho undersJuned Sheriff ot W 44ashthgtouthe 9th day ofAugu 1902 at the art Kouse door la springfleld Ky ld an election in the graded Comm On school district referred to and fully described In said order fr the purpose of electlnV ibx trustees of said graded common ochjpbl district and for ttoo purpose of taking the sald1gtbdtw cents on each one hundred dollars II worth of property assessed in saidtIp strict belonging to tno white voters o rernd a poll tux of 816i per capita on euch white male inhabitant residing tberohiover the age at 21 years for the purpose of raaintainingr gradedIacommon Bohool in said grade com man schoojdlitrict and for the pundpose of purchasing treeling or repair ling suitable buiidlngsi thereof Jf neo eesary The poll for said election will bejopened at seven 7 oclock in the f1renojn and heap opon contlnuouslv until 4 oclock in the afternoon of said Saturday August 9th 1902 And saidi election will be held for the purpose I and in all respects in the manner Bet out in said order and as prescribed by law Saldorderisin words and fig ures as follow STATE OP KENTUCKY IWASHINGTON COUNTY COURT f Juno 23 1902 CHAS J HAYnON AND OTHERS rET TIOK TO ESTABLISH A GHADED COMMON SCHOOL Tais day care Simpson Roberts nndfiled isle report survey and plat off boundary of the district propoed be establishedby the Pto ceodl gs Itoerein Said report ia now approved confirmed and it is therefore or ered that thebonndaiy of said graded common school dIstrIct be fixed and established follows Beginning at a fltorie too ft east of toe second milestone counting from Springfield Ky same being a corner pf Mrs Theresa Mudd Thompson and Tucker on lthe corth sde of the Springfield and Bardetown pike thence N 34iE 1810 feet to a black oak in Mrs Jludde field thence MB 1620 ft to a white oak in the Wheatley farm near a branch and also near the tine of Wbuatley to Sire Theresa Mudd thencelj 61 E 1960 ft to a ctsder In InIN 66 E ft to a stone 100 tt south of Donnely house 250 ft from two mile posts crossing the line of Wheat ey to Donricly at Bloomrteld and Springfield pike 25 ft wast of last corner thence N 50 E 2320 through the nCtof said Donnely ton black wal nut on the line of said Donnely to es tare of Jan Clements deceased thence NIUE 700 ft to a pin oak in J D MullicanB land crossing Clem ents line 160 ft from said pin oak thence E 2100 f t crossing BMuUIr cans has 100 ft from said pin oak into the lands of said JafiOlements deodJ to a stone at the intersectIoiiof fence IinJoe Spaldings land thence N 84 E 1380 crossing Frankfort pike at 950 tt to a white oak in tae fiord farm and line crosses pike 100 ft south of cut vert thence SUE 3175 through the lands of said Hord and Mrs llenness y tross the Hord and Hennessay line 1000 ft from said oak in Hord line to a black walnut at the line of Hennessy toHadgie and Mattie Brown on a ridge thence S 78 E 2600 ft across the lands of said Hiidgie and Mattie Brow James Waters Mutt Linton and Toy lor Spading to a stone at Walter Wii bymJlltakeIlnorlgtnal l at ccnntyiroad thence with line of Voung and Spalding S 48 E 1760 f t to a stone corner of said Ypung Spalding and estate of the late Richard Parrot thence with line S 68 W 2600 ft to atone corner of Young to said Pat rott thence S 26 W 460 ft tu a ston corner to Young Parrott and Barrel t ofDarrettto BnidiDurrett thence SOlE 100 ft to stone corner of Purrott to Durrett Ithence 824 E 1140 ft to a steno cor nor of Parrotts to Darrette line thence S 10 E 1050 to a stone in the west edge of the Springfield and Mack villa pike corner of Parrott to Durrett tbenue through the lands pf Jobn F SlmmsS 241 E 6010 ft to antono cpr ner of Keightly to Simms Mcitlr y and Tbarman thence SOE 5540 ft to IS nortbISj white oaK at a branch thence S WI 900 ft through gaidEdolen to a stone thence S 63 W 2S10 ft to an oak at a bars theice S 74 W 2OOWto aClack walnut at Cho Lebanon count1 road j thence S 82 W p80 ft to a beech tree attbe Whaatloy bousfl and in yard of same thence N S3W40 SOft to white oak in Nelson crossing the lands of mild Wbeatley and Nelscn thence N84W 2420 ft to n blank walnut in Montgomery the branch crosainp the rlthencei of Montgomery and Spalding to a wild cherry thence N 62 W 1625 ftt across tho lands of Spaldlng and Jno Wall crossing the Lebanon pike goo ft to a wild cherry tree at Ben Hal Jd nsln grave thence 1810 to a barnitbencei St Marys pike thence N 251 W nearI f t across St Mary pike and thn 1azi of Sam Bottoms to a wild cherry call ed black walnut by mistake tnonco N 21 W 2200 ft to a sycamore called forte a thorn tree crossing the lands WF Booker and Godtley col to a cedar on bluff of Allens Run thpnue N 16 W 1290 ft through the lands t Cecil BroS to a sycamore on bluff said Run in Clements thence Nd W 780 ft to a stone in Cambronhne ofOomhron i Cecil Bros to Clements thonco with Oemects line N 18 E 1020 ft to a stone corner of Lancaster to Cambrori thence with Lancaster line to Com bron N88 W660 ft toa etonfe corner cfCa 1I ron atst Rose thence N wl760ftt to aBtone St Rose thence N a40W 1550 ft to a stone on Vestbark 1 of ethencetonetopertYithenceN2000 8hTuckerCartwnfzbtsook l ne NBbeglnnngIt sberiftofelectlonSpringldpu gr saidadedon electIngrcJadcornmonpurpQse Is8aidgradlcommonIsj t I1nj sa Inid1 capjtd on each white male inbabl te yearnsidingther Ipose of maintaining a vied com m cOmmonhoolpurposefrepairingisnitabta o clericftonftywafterand it shall be the duty of the Sheriff tblsIor daily newsaperpub1sshed in Wash I d twentyaystodvertIseandpurposeip pconspicuouslaces SaJdadverr thisiderJudge and a Clerk of said ebcctiortwhc shall subscribe to an oath fOr the ffaithful l performance of their duties On the day fixed for holding the elect- ionl the paid officers so appointed shallopen a poll at the Court House Iln Springfield Ky at 7 oclock in the orenoonand close it at 4 oulock id the afternoon of said day The vote shall be taken vip voce and recorded l bysaldhenifftpurposetpropound to each voter who may vote schoolithe question Are you for or taxr and tie vote shall be recorded for or against the tad for six trustees as the voters haj desire The saldofficers of election aretodJscharge all other duties pertain lug to the hold tog of8aid election asnay be equlrJ ed byUw Copy attest W r hooker Clk WashinKfon Cpuaty CourttByron Croake Sheriff Vaabihgton County Kentucky c Goininissiontrls Sajf WASHINGTON CIRCUIT CODET KY John M Higdon Adrnrcs Puff JAgainstEllen Greenwellc DstU IIEqnt3 r By vlrjue of a judgfev nt and order of dale of the Waehiufcon Circuit Court rendered at May term thereof 1902 in thealu styled cause I shall proceed to offer faa sale at the Court Housedoor in Sprin fiejd Ky oh MONDAY AUG US25J 1902 At 1 oclock p m or thereabouts being County Court Dty to the high est bidder at public u tioh upon a credit of 12 months the following de scribed property towi A parc l ofland llyig Jn Washing ton county Ky and thus bounded Ueglnpinjfat astone n W Fields lline In lane near bran h corner 1 to If70 N ul 610 pole o stone corner to Iot Nu 2 in line ox lot No 1 tnence ri polesto3 E 24 poles to a stone corner 3 toi polestothenceSKehythencetree near a fence corner 7 to S J Kelty thence N 12 W 57 4 poles toa pin oak corner 8 to Mrp Graves strkecornertJv s 23 34 EuT 12 to stone corner 10 to W Fields and Mrs Graves thence N 71 W 24I FleldSlhenc l and square polesIFor the purchase vrlce the par chaser or purchaser ith approved t security or sureties must execute bonds bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and luvIngtheforcet and effect of a judgu lien retained upon the land to secure he payment ot said purchase money and Interest Bidders will be requite ed to comply promptly with these these terms SpecialCommissioner Minced n Cooa Dinner A doctor lido In a certain coactry town was notoriously fond of good llv Ing He had accepted an invitation to dine with rlcads lint as he climbed their steps he Kim It venison cooking the kltcbeti ct TUb uclghtrars I 1x sino hiss trleuds hp resolvqd to d on them unci pcctodly to par of the ypnison They pressed ta share theIr In Cormnl dinner son ho refusedi both 8oup and host began to apologize for thV itt fore The doctor then nfessed that he was waiting for th Uson which luf had smelt as lie cau 11Oh that venlsor aid his enter tamer we were n iitf to oblige our neighbors who lit n dinner party next door Londoi wcrs A Mountnli nilier Ate reception of tv Authors club In New York the guest ot honor was 11SIr Martin Conway the explorer and moqntaln climber One man who did not know tha guest asked another Who Is here tonight1 Istrnway Martin Who Conway Is he I cant place aim Tjie mount ln clhMuer Ob yesI But what isi he doing In Sew York Sferely Mtellng from climb to lImb Stutter In the eat Indies toIIthe West Indies Ic olorod a brilliant rod 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