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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r TT IT l I = ta J JT A fLN I tSL1DR 11 1 fit 1 ht r Jii fat tK0iI tIf J 1 r rfi 7Vrt t I F w1 4 I i ewSeriefiVO1t IX No 32 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUSTA J4 1902 1A YEAB tfII4cc J L jtt fti OUt ECTORYI4ft lJ k SPJfflGFIELD county acat of 1fiilfiiictoii OotmtyS sdles sout- hae1 JAxlll 59 Ues from tMtivlUe en rdftowu braRch oflIU J4i4irinA and Mkville railroad S afar tiKad agrIcultural district TWjBaakst tete rapk awl telephone hues t cxpn oJRce flowr wills lumber yardL Population 1100 population of comity 16M jiireH atatlve ia Congress Hon 1 IIItk RodgeHYille KY tepresentatlye iaKeutucky Legis lature Hon G A Dofcoaey- Ke rescatativelaStateSenatefHon E Pse rCa beUlvU1e Kf eaty 4rectry- T CIRCUIT COURT I X Cwreult Court beginse n the fourth MNMY In FebruaiyMay4afld Octo cJ Pattest nJtidge WH Swee yCo mm6nwealth At kCa pbell QLerkv iTi s A Medley Mater Cornmissr jH j iQU RTERLVc uR7T Xrlerly Court Uheld bn the third t6o1day lae ll1 n9uth A BL LitY Judge J j p COUNTY COURT P Cbaaty Coartieet on the fourth 40 gayr in ea hlflCUth L L LitseyJudgc t WBook r Count Qlerki 1S Maye County Attorney George Catlett JaUtrrf Byrou Croake Slterii J Richard Isham Sidney Oabonie j RH Mullicaii t Deputies SEd Wasters JaS F Moofe oUI y1arcur J I R yaltye frI T P OBryan IVputiri Robert Nu Tx a urr YXM011tgeery corozr 2 CITY COURT JameslRjit Noe Police Judfrfe t 1i 3oanGiace Marshal Claybruokv CityAtt a t J 1 tj JUSTICECOUKT a are held in January J1l1rJql anil October chft it Directory t t1 J BAPTIST CHURCHIj Rev George VSwope Pastor Ser Aices every Sun yatU iu iaml730 1p Sunday School at 830 Prayer jiwtiag cm Wednesday night at 730 y MEnlO IST CHURCH ii ReTiP Stilesj Pastor Services catke First and Third SuUdayK In hI LItat1t a ni and 73G pm S41n cLliOol every Sunday at nu1t rUitvwy Wc j 1 aigk i cin6Lh t11RCH ReW PF Hennessav Pastor Ser Yies every Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock i y i iiV Services at St Rose same hours iJ r CHRISTIAN OHUkCH f Rev Hvjf liioydj Pastorr Services sTOoad and fourli Sunday each itpnliir Frattraal Orii rlr I MASONIC LoDGE Sprin gfleid lodge li SOOTeets second Mbitday ineaoli tiiiisth f itt fjuhmirtouRp Chapter Nofj1i IL wevery third Monday Hspriagfield Council No tt meets on- every f fourth Monday q tIGHtsofTnItMACAJtJtS Meets ivery first Wednesday in each month- l O R M BIACK HAWJC TRIBB No 54 meets every Wednesday night in t vftvtsue McKlrov Halll ICaudN TIMETABLE 1 K Irrlf il iHJteMituf it TraU i pJu rIAr i4pr2iglcId 4 s- GI 2V 471 wlvlleYWll rl M 1 ictj l 271R r r tf 5 I tt st i1il 1i01Ii1t wlns in 3SiinutI I j It 1a2 DbstsvIlk6 4OJO= 31jW19 Caft8Cyt1lfN i 614 1- f zC1srasV7 ao 9 iJ Bsr4tecnjunrt 7 1Il- 5144wpEt rdsvi1Ie Iasri IJw tt 1IeMIt Park 7t f t IUi LouiATill 7 35 tJ Lv LQiHvUl r 81 1toAX j l1 hi aew asartS l iiOd 5 r k rhin1SbL4e W4ifor1eI certain lypaIhv H wiH 4 foc iSther duc s1IJFi s clttt it tO sUVhrt wt b tif r JJnJ h j siM tiPfigrcY-Gkrjv r 4 A lJi cwr i JoHnrw Pn iin f t1nha11 Id All druggists ret nd tbt in cy J 3tfui to care EW Gruf ijr aI sntsticootc box Price 25c iNiIi HHHHg IIIHfi A ROUND ortALK j In Memory Ht 1Ot Theodore OHara author of The Bivouac of the Dead II Sleep thou sweetlyeoldler poet Sweetly neath the emarald sod tOftenMusing oer the old and mossy Records of the volcef ul past Dreaming ot the martial glory That while time is time shall last Drawing thence thine inspiration eOntWhereVictims of the Meiic fight Where amotkerM tenderfoudnesaDFor her gallant Folds them to her own proud bosom Rescued from the battle plain Thence thou sawst them as In vision Camping on the fields afar i And thou sawst Glory guardingsThrough the golden gates ajar IWelli Ponring forth a lofty strainii Filling hearts with noble sorrow For th dead thatlive again a Thou hadit fonghtln that great battle Thou hadbt seen them nobly die And thou sawflt their white tents shin lug In that vision in tbcskyJAnd thy genius thusenraptured Framed that grand elegiac song Which the world in UpnnDares 9 rank the great among Peace be with thee silent minstrel a Mournful lies thy harpaside Angel bards ow sing thine antheniaIn the erapyredn widerl Sane it nth fields of glory Where tbose silent tents are Where there spirit joined its comrades In the bivouac of the deadrSleep then sweetly soldier poet Sweetly ncath those evergreens Dream no more of martial glory Nor of battles tragic scenes All above thee now Is peaceful And the sun is shining warm it A jCastsHpringfleid Ky J A SHADBR cy HADEB Few even of the intimate acquaintances of Mr Joseph A Shader one Springfields oldest merchai s are perhaps aware that het possesses rare talent as a writer of verse but such isthe case The poem which we publish int tiis issue and which recently apt Beared in the Louisville Times is from his pen and the Jines reveal the true petic spirit in the author Mr Shader besides being a verse writer is well pos ed in literature being one of the finest scholars in ancient history I in this section Mr Shader with the exceptipu of Mr George Robertson is the oldest merchant in pot of service in the wwnIJ he having been engaged in busiJ AneSS here continuously for thirty one years C AISING THEM I notIce a that the fire insurance trust otherwise known as the- enckyardTennesee Board of Under riters is getting in its workandauing a howl fromii irpperty owners in other towns n Kentucky as well as inSpring field A special from Bowling It Green says that the insnrapce rates at that place have recently been adyanced twenty fi vesper icent much to the dissatisfaction of citizens and local insurance w jitT4is seems to be but the carrying out ofsthe 1 announced intention of the in- isurance combine to advance rates i all over Kentucky Springfield bapp nsto beona of the first towns to receive attention and the result has been made known t It is a mistake 10 say however S that the water works in this town did not have some effect On the rate The advance would have been made anyway and it is likely that had it not been for the fire protection afforded by the water works system the rates would have been almost prohib itoryin every part of the town As ibis the advance has only been material in certain districts i of theftown whOre the risk is considered hazardous The policy of the insurance compan ies appears to be to avoid taking any very hazardousriskso9t property by making a rate that Iis prohibitory andatthe same going out after business1 byhoweringin thelcase of residence property in and about Springfield The insurance companies say they U have been 10ingmoneY in Ken tucky for several years and they are now fixing things so as to top the loss They have the people in their power and they are evidently preparing to fix thifigs for the safety of their dividends C oon YEAR Judging from the success that has attendtedthe county fairs held so farIhis season this promises to beta good year for fairs Large crowds have been the order at anville and other fairs of near by counties Washington coundty people should turn out andt take an interest in the Spring field fair which comes off theJ week in September Thel remium list offered by the Wash ington County Fair Co this yearI is a liberal one and should attract good exhibition of live stock Y IB spreads agntias 11bidst4ers asa house building year Springfield Early in the year or before the beginning of Jfoejjgar in fact a building boom began antffhetolaXof residences nd busines houses completed this year will be represented by l rgenumber This year will t Witness the completion of the two hotels now under con- truction one of which atlealt a large inyestmeht and wpuld be a credit to a town severaltimes the population The other will tie a more modest structure in point of size and ex pense but will also be quite a cred to the town and community with a handsome graded school building Springfield will be looking up among the best of them TyOMPLAiNTS We have been Ajt reqe4ei fo m hPhrfitof the public kicker C iw citizen who has complaints to make about the nuisances or other things to give directions n out regulating of such complaints Any person desiring to complain of a public nuisance within the town limits mst make complaint to the Chairman of the TOwn Board who is Mr G D Duncan who in turn will lay the matter before e the Board of Health Any com plaints of nuisance outside of the town may be made to any of the Board Health ow composed of Dr S JTSmock C Kimball and DrW W Hyatt All otber troubles should be told to Doctor Grace the town marshal who iis paid salary for tbat purpose FARM FORSALE t I will at the Court House door in Springfield on MONDAY AUGUST 25th being County Court Day offer for sale to the highest bidder the farm known as the Kelty farm i ringftelcJturnpike on the waters of lIar din creek and containing about 38 acres of land Has on it a i good five room house and other improvements iincluding good fences Terms One half cash thebal ance to be paid in one two and bearingixperwill be requiredto secure the de I ferred payments For further particulars oddres9tF KNEIS L 2518 Cane Run Road Louisville Ky ffOn Reward fJZOO The readers of this paper will be pleased to know that chess is at least one drcadSd disuse bat aclence nas boon able to cures l in all its stages and that is catarrh Halls Catarrh Curo is the only positive care known to the medical fraternity Catarrb betas aconstltutlonatc dber e require a constitutional treatment Halls Ctarrhj Care taken internally acting directlr on the blood and mucous surface of the ays tern thereby destroying the foundation of the disease ssd giving the patient strength bybuUdingnp the constitution and there byiuletlngOalur3 in dolnc itn work Tb- proprletorsbave much faith In its euro tlve powers that they offer one bundrnd dollars for any case that it falls tocuoe Send for list of testimonials Address vPJCHENEy Toledo O Sold by druggists 75 pents H 1sFam1rethebcst Interesting Relic Perry Rogers avtraveliog yen dorf varnishes hasmhis pO ssseion a very valuable Yeljc of tha Revplutipoary war It isa keyed bugle that called tleCon tinental troops to battle in a number of the principal engage meets for AinericadindepOn4 eQceRogers tells the Stand rd that a record has been kept of the bUges existence and that it formerly belonged to John Lawson who was a bugler under Gen Washington and atter tne Revolutionary war set tied in Bloomfield where hedied in 1845 aged 83 years The old trumpet after many changes fln ally fell into the hands of Philip Shaw a colored blacksmith at Bloomfield From this latter in Mr Rogers purchaeed he bugle Th trumpet has suffered rom neglect and it became cor roBed and the shank and mouth piece were lost The old instrument is a unique affair and a similar onr is prob ably out in existence It is 20 inches in leDgthJQuot allowing lor Ihe convolutions and the flare is about 47 inchesin diatri eter It is made of copper and itj verY heavv The keyed bugle ante dates the cornet a piston In the 45t and 50a Ned KcdJlllwas a Beltravl execute jut as difficult music as do the cornfjt players of to day Bards town Stanrtaad Shatters all Records Twice in hospital F AGnliegfi Verbena Ala paid a vast sum to doctors to cure a severe case of piles catising24 tumors When all f Wiled Bucklena rtYuiea Salve SUn cured him SubduM luflam raaion conquer Acies kills Pains Best salve in the World 25eat CJ Qaydons Drug Store I WANTED We would like taaslt througb the colun us of your paper 1f there is any person who nas used Greans August Flower foi tne cure of Indigestiou Dyspep- Sia and Liver troubles that has not been cured and we also mean tneir results such as sour stomach fermentation of food habitual costiveness nervous dyspepsia headaohe despond feelings Kleeplessneis fn fact any trouble connected with the stomach or liver This medi cine has been sold for years in all civlllved countries and we wish to correspond with YOU and send you one of our books free of cost If you never tried A ug ust Flower try cue bottle first We have never knorrn of its failing Is sol something more eriousisthe matter w ith you Ask your oldest druggists Cohstlpation impaired digestion and a torpid liver are the most com mon ailments that are responsible for that listless tired fagged out feeling that makes the summer a drdad ed period to so mauy people Her bine will cure constipation it improv es the digestion and arouses the flyer to its normal activity Price25 cents at CJ Haydons First Ghurch The first Catholic cnurch built in Kentucky is thel one at Holy Cross ten miles from Badstown The church was erected in 1762 by Father DeRoDdn and he land where the church stands was given by Basil Haydeb a Cath olic emigrant from Maryland In 1828 the old church was re placed by the present beautiful and commoJius structure The Rev Charles Nerinckx W8 instrumental in erecting the present building The figures 1823 the date of its erection formed of iron anchors running through the wall appear high up on one of the gables of the edifice Standard PkyslClaa Halt Dr Geerge Ewing prominent physician of Smiths Grove Ky for over thirty Tears writes his personal exper ience with Foleys Kiduey Cure For years I had been greatly bottieredwith kidney and bladder trouble andeu largmcntof prostate gland I used everything known to the professionl withont releif until I commenced to use Foleys Kidntd Cnre After tak IntprC bottles I was entirely re lieved and cured I prescribe it new daily in mv practtce and heartilv re commend its use to all physician for such troubles I have presetibed it in buudreqs of cases with perfect suc cess Sold by Wood Drug Co DI jti OWHI eM L fFor The SchOOl Ike School Prepesltloii Carries Easlty ICeN5IRAREPROPOSmeNLANB P6UEB The proposition which was submitted to a vote of the peo plo of this graded school district as to whetheratax should be levied for the purpose of establishing a graded school resulted in favor of the school and the tax levy The vote stood thus For the tax 149 against the tax 104 majority 45 The total num per of votes cast was 253 whibh Is nearly the full voting strength of thedistrict In addition to the vote on the tax question a board of school trustees was elected The members elected and the lengths of their respect lye terms are as follows 1 H Thurman and John L Barber one year W 0 McChord and G C t harton two years OJ Hfiiy don and Robt Noe three yearS Under the law it becomes nec cessary to elect new trustees every year as the terms of the old ones expire The election passed off quietly tind although as shown by the tote the ppposition to the tax showed considerable strength at ho time was there danger of the proposition being lost No Definite plans have yet been adopted by the board towards roviding a school building and JDrganung the school and it can not reasdfiSly be expected thatt be school wjfl54UttifltO optra jtion before next yearTSCheitax jjcannot be levied and collect 1 before 1903 and nothing can be done until that time CAUTIOh- This is not a gentle word but when iou think bow liable you are not to purchase fOr 75 cents ihe only remedy universally n4 remedy that has had the rges sale of any medicine in the world since 1868 for the clare and treatment of consumption and Throat and Lung troubles popularity i be thankful we called your at tention to Bos thees German Syrup There are so many ordinary dough remidies made byc druggists and others that are cheap and good for light colds perhaps but for severe Coughs Bronchitis Group and especially for CoDsumptipn where tnere is difficult expectoration and coughing during the nights and mOrn ing there is nothing like German Syrup Sold by all drug gsstsinthe civilized world G G Greet Woodburv NY Kentucky Fair Dates Bichmond July 1419 Georgetown July 2226 Danville August 58 Daxiiigtdn August 1116 Shephprdsville August 1922 Lawrenceburg 1922 Maysville August 2023 Shelbyville August 2629 London Augustj 2759 Florence August 2780 Germantown August 2780 Bardstown September 26 Elizobethtown September912 Springfield September 1033 Glasgow September 86 Ewing September 1118 Horse Cove September 1720 Louisville September 2227 Hartford October 14 ftk IU4ft cUreI Will cnre Bright Disease Will cure Diabetes Will cure stone in Bladder Will cure Kiduev and Bladder Disease JWHIbea Great Occasion EX Attoi ney General Rv J Breckenridge one of the cotrimis stoners of the Confederate mon ument to be erected in the Con federate cemetery at Perry il1e addressed a mass nceetingat that place Saturday for the pur pose of arousing interest in the unveiling ceremonies which iwjil occur Oct 8 the 40th anniver sarv of tne battle of Perryyille All necessary arrangelnonts such as he ttppoluting of committees arrangStiK the details of programs eta werecompleted Qapt SD Bottom who owns a lirire portion of the hattleflej ljhis kindlv offered tht use of a lare woodland close by the cemetery and the crowd will assemble there where the speUdng will ers tU be invited l and thdusand i ot pehplif tfrom al parts pf the Icounty ai xpcctert Theocca sion will bo ii gracdf one and w ll urpass aIt34iug ever held iin tbatseciion I JUtfeoa Saved PoryarsI suffered untold I misery froth bronchitis writes J B Johnson of Brpughton Ga that often I was unable to wor1lI Then when everything else fdiio ed I was wholly cured by Dr i Kings New Discovery for con sumption My wife siiffeied iIn tensly from Asthma till it cuted her and all our experience goes to show It is thebest crobp medi cine in the world A trlalwtlla convince you iifs unrtvtledfprs throat und lung diseases Guar anteed bottles 50c ahd L00a Trill bottle free at C J Hay s dons dr1g store1fFor digestive weakuessnervpnHness pains in the sidei flatulence dizziness i wakefulness headache atid other an- nOying accompaments of costivnesa Herbine is a prompt and unequelled remedy Price 50 cents C J Haydo Will CUreSteeakfai1ve Mlntes jthis ill just what PaihkiUer will dof tryit Have a bottle in the house forinstafrt se as it will saveyotf hours of safferiug Watch t that rthe dealer does not sell youan imita tion as thp great reputation of Pezryi Davis Psinkiller has influenced many i people to try to make something just as good as thc geaninc Foleys Kidney Cure Is a medioiue freefronf poisons and will cure auyI Case of kidney disease that is not beyond the reach of medicine Sold bla Wood Drug 00 Deplorable Accident rThe sympathy of the public goes out to Mr and Mrs Mere dith Cozine of near Ninevah po ti1JQcnf their fOUlyear old son Oran Ti1tA110W was playing in the back porch when be overbalanced and fell l off theedge of the porch break ing his neck and killing him in stantly The distance to the ground was only about eighteen Sa1mnl1ecbtlannHn stic a manner that its neck was broken The remains were in terred in the Neal jurying ground Saturday afternoon Anderson New Tea cuts will buy trial size ef Elfc 10Qrthat it greatest fcinesffr natal catarrh or cold in the head Full size 50 cents Ail tlrnggif we mail it Ely Bros 56 Warren St N Y 153 Second St Albany NY Messrs Ely BrosI suffered greatly with catarrh and tried different remif dies Without effect After using one bottle of Cream Balm I found relief audI cannot praise too highly such a remedy Cora Willard tusii11iTbrcateed ItI was troubled with a hacking coughfor a year aud 1 had consump tion says 0 lInger 211 Maple st Champaign Ill 1 tried a great many remidies and I was under the care of physicians for several months I used one bottle of Folcys Honey and Tar Ii cUred me and I have not been troubled since Sold by Wood Drug Co A DoAGalf Mr Taylor Lucas four miles west of Upton has a red calf one month old that has six feet in part has six legs in part has four ears and in a large part hits the head and habits of a dog Its eyes are entirely too small for a calf of that age its ears on the under side are naked and open like a dogs ears its jaws open very far back which gives it a long mouth like that of a My Halt I had a very severs sickaess that took 0111 my hair I pur chased a bottle of Ayers Hair Vigor and It brought all my air back ilnWDQulnae Marssllks One thing is certain Ayers Hair Vigor makesi the hair grow This is because it Iis t hair food It feeds the hair and the liairirowsi thats all there is to it It stops falling lot the hair too and always restores color t- opyhilrt IILHab1EM MIMIIIIE Jl nur drttiit eI eaMtt411 yet a bisUe Bi tenu4js t ase lit rMt eJ C AYD co LoweUuI i DOALp I uIand whoieeopci I IIVery large dog It hisari enor iiongue that hangs out mos f tIe time except whL it rolls it back iaits mouth now and then like that of a do when lap ping It hasthat lia y sleepy appearance that large Sogs haven a warm day when lying round with their tongues out nd mouths open It has never- uckedthe cow but has drank the milk from a cup Usually fterberngfed it Abuses from its leepy sullen state and skips around for a shoW tinje ill play and then it will Sink back in its- emistupor again f The bones in its fore legs from the knee down are double but are bound together by the sa eskilL It does uqfr use the tw6 feefeon iisI right fere Ileg but walks on one side of the leg Itis different with the fore leg one hoot comes out above the other which enables It walk onthe Ipwer one Hun dreds of people have been tosee it and all agree that jtis P art dog Hart Cpunty yews LWe daises kiers tile Sytte Baby lives are destroyed in suinmer by cholera infuntum The attack of the disease is snddeu its progress is sometimes terribly rapid Mothers who lniveglvcn their cniidren Ierry bowlthistreatmenthas and vomotingand put the little pati1 out of danger 26 and SOcts Juss Look it hw Whence came that sprightly step faultless iskib rich rosy sLqn smiling face Shs looks good fea dI r s her secret fbeI1sesDrq New LtfePillsal organs ac- tIve digestion good no head aches no chance foi blues bom o li r at Of J Haydons drug store A Summer Trfp Unsur passed on Ihe ContlHent Tfie trip to Salt Lake City or to tbPacific coast ia that point overr the Denver Rio Grande and the Rio Grande Western is the most beautiful In America No European trip of equal length can compare with it in grandeur of scenery or wealth of novel In terest Then Salt Lake City it sell isa mostquaint and pictur esque place and well worth itte our ey ItsMorman temples tabernacle tithing offices and church institutions its hotsul pher springs within the cily hm itsii its delightful temper iure sunny climate and its Great Salt Lake deader dud denser than the Red frJeain Palestine nrc lit afew features orSaIt Lake City s countless attractions There are parks drives canons aud buaatiful outlying mountains itIi avouca 1 bath in salt water a mile above sea leVels and in waterin which you caunot sink Inquire of your nearest ticket agent for low tourist rates tto Salt LakejCity or write for In formation and copy of Salt Lake City Jhe city of the Saint to S E Hooper general passen gertagent Denver Colorado Wej it rerfyYifei Mrs HK Hay of Perry viltej died Monday morning at hall past ten oclock Mrs Hay had been a sufferer from asthma for several years but her condition was hot regarded as serious un UW1thin the past two weeks She was a member of the Chris tian church at Perryvilie and her funeral was conducted from there at three oclock Tuesday afternoon by Rev Geo W Mills Mrs Hay was the wife of Hon kDGwnthrouKho She is survived by her husband and children three girls and onesonDanviltaCburierMrs Miss Bottle Irvine of this place uIhad diabetes in its worst fpmf writes Mar Lea ox ppnreetMIiMli tried eight peysleiana without t lief Ohly three bottle of Fokyj Kidriev Cure made ate a well BUB S9ld by Wood Drug Co Poleys ffoneyaa7TAr rJwaf NoCWi 1WIN6 OWDENH Reed ie1oaiaii tJMiTfce SiHiH if tfce UKtc4 Staitr j Ariiiy trMsptrt Lull x San Francisco Gal Friday morning August lsY dawned clearand bright atf the Sunsetlport and from Oak land a few uf his old KentiKsky friends reminded that at iioc off that day u army transport wi rIjscheduled to sail with officers and men for Manila prepared cross the bay to San Francisco n to say good by to Bill Reed wKo it was known would be aboard Of course we all know Bill Reed the one time candidate for office which thanks to his persever ence and good fortune is notn w worth his while in Washingtoa r county the erstwHile open hearted kind and friendly frank and honest always welcome comhalnibn of all who klJtbttWgU in f boyhood as well thz staunch nwaverihg friendin mauhdod Reaching the pier at San Francisco with an hrispare we went at once tOtlii government transpbrfc docV where outside the gate of the great inclpsed wharf we eaeoua tered anofflcer who halted us with an air of authority where upon Ii aidSiw1 friettdsi and IWISh to witness thej ilIIC of the transport LoaifrAws wish also to go inside toiiee ft friend who is to salt omker Who is your friend said be ant Hoed said I thimk lug probably hu 10- tion to such an inferlotb 5S 6f one of many subordi oa vruli5SLb rhie upon such an eccasToQ Pus JaV said he so beckoning to tbdee who were with pie we started IIcongratulating burselvecoalMT jug found an officer in charge o dead easy we proceeded dow the long enclosed wharf to whertr lLirthe last other huge cargo ot supplies arid human frfeghta where all was hurry and beetle and rush in the fulilmMt at orders yet systematfeallyrir ranged withal Arriving afthe gavgplMlr I addressed The olker im ciMtrge and asked to go ibofttd wlftoei do youwishtdsee he MWiIM Reed said I thinking M before that on such aa occasion to civilian anda stranger a boW front meant succees Paes wp said the OMeand weati- to the great boat aad theooe to the upper deck aad road for ward where iostalled Ii a ele gant coiparut drim the full uniform 0 hiir raaky em grossed in the prta otwlndocuments aod oficial oreVwrt eat Lieut Seed Glad M erer te see a friend n1ll took uc imIM great boat to see its nuuty com partmehts and soon we CMiai but see as our pilpt wINC way past officers private crew arid civilian alike there We to wards him an attiMde aod air of respect that savored of more than ordinary civjlityor ysisiki ourtesyolcHr otteerstl re 1 woetexeeeeV t U e r army commodors aBdfaMtt UfweT whose shoulders had faliea the cloak of hqvorimi time of war u alike with rawTeeraiteiHkL vete rans in service wef thete A magnificent ro4 with ft magnificent cargo ToM o supp1iescorel otealis4e i we number of oeleets a i y civilians there were twelve oetoefc IrigkJiititr nooN with the state preeaptttafte thatwarlrstW acts bf US JSiin kwrId over M I sovftdeitlw wUeUei btow the ra f ptek dref ed thei esil IIP1 o s weU to Ptt Ltatteant Ooei mandmg the United titer For cei boaM the Transport Logan W B RINEHART i z JIIt NENSIEADER pvu DzYZZYUkDAY- i i1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE B SlPRIMGPIELDvKV J i JEL DAVISJr- ft1 EnlTOK LUJitZR2jc tiJLecal obpbisi s notices 10 CR P 4e rpr the first imterti i1ck subseeatIaset1o Calls oncaadkIaLetudpoUt1ca11atber S nsp4MuL 1 Jobworisee at lojr rates bttcuh Wwt Ipaid i delivery of good Afl ertlslag contracts made on liberal rui t K Ofettaarle ami resolutions otmpect 8 4 jeU per Hue 1 NoUNflzxzTs I f is50IJlut1UDAY AUGUST 14 It I Iv For Cfrcatt Clerk liI eWec are authorized to announce the BMteof OF BOSLEY- fe a candidate for the office of Ol rkjel tkja Washington Circuit Court iujJect to the action of the Demo rUc party t 4 Everything goes iinto a trust xoept the farmer He leeds tball The latest is atfust cr in harvesting machines some Jhingthatis used exclusively byr the frmers of the country A news iitem says that the Milwau kea Harvester Company hasp bsien sold to an Eat rn syndi y cite for 15000 000 cash The syndicate is not named but it is presumably the International tI1of Harvester Company witVa capi 120000000 which w s J f incorporated yesterday in New Jersey i The Good Wads convention W adjourned at liexingtori Tuesday after filecting officers appointing legwlitjve and executive cOrn iit eIectingcY nthiana 1 J th9iextp1ace of nietinj 1 i LTANcai lof Versailles was elected president of the asociatt tion If this association has hit upon any s9lutione i lem of how make good county- i IhIlpubi i It ts currently reported in Washington that President Roosevelt Will call an eisttra ses 11ision of the Senate so nDfterthej November elections to ratify a tv Cuban reciprocity treaty The ytl tyjtissaidl1ns alreadybeen t prepared Theofficialcatwttss of evotei P hi the Eleventh districtr Repub ican prjmary gives Boreirig- 143o2 Colson 6934 and Park er 4513 Boreings majority I over both opponents lis 8005 r i Nelson Notes From the Record Siton Banks a vnuiig nQgio who was serving a jbuodredjand tl fifty dayV sentence iu jailor 4 breach of the peace and who escaped from thejjail yard about ten days ago was arrested in Louisville Sunday mbruing by Detective fGeorge W Hunter who tere1i etlJullq Roby I Mr Ruby vfKtti to Louisville r T Sunday nt ht and brought Banks back and he is nwat work in t tb5qHarry i itIui ironi chain r fastenett tphN nnkl as a gentle remind r not to vander away v affair Auctioneer J Leu Bndwell r escorts the following sales last e Monday t Oce sow and pigs tr f3425 one iTv 20 open top1 buegVi 15Onare mule 100 thflLla4riule 135 sorrel llora 65 JerVe cow and calf d 25i cow aod clf 2tr yearling f244itSIX sfjw r4 7850 dry cow 2050r jbnejboar 1575 sow and four pV2flft75 small sow and fhr p 3I4 pijrs 18 one shpa 375 tweo Sty sbpatsH340 p r1jHjad tThe will of W BvSamufls wJJ 1 probated He disposes of bisI property uslollows To his son A Harry Saoiuels be leaves tbei Barcluy place except the partAl SS between the turnpike and rail I f rpTv upon which is situated the V torehpaMi fib also leaveslhlmithe stock and accoustsvof Tthii IF firm proviedi pays il1ttbl ikbti osaii Ue also wi1ihjs f I r wutyMv shires of Ck lI1IaoI W B Samuels tCc Ur Tht balance of the r isMs iM dATiMs to his wife lt A Saiieis aaamea I 1 aimiticrt witboiLbOid- Tb w1HwIP wftMMtibj DrV c1G Rts alid Mi Grtrude l r V tt K iHHMa ira iSnra K4l r ik News From The County t f1 ii1iI f WltLISBURG Elder Ji A Simms is quite sick1 at this writing Mrs Joseph lbrrniJand n R 0 are iMsltfng L b npn this week Mrs J C Burns has beeny very sick butyls improving at this wriUhg fnedphome olrt PerryyilJeI Col n have returned from Illinois they have been foit some time Dr W W Hyatt of MackvUle paid our town a call last Friday We are always glad toseetbeI DoctorS t Little Miss Edith Brown cf Lexington is the guest of her grandmother Mrs Hughes of this place sElderregular appointment at the Chrstiau church at this place on SundaySQA seriesrof meetings iis in prog ess a Glenns Creek conducted byElders Couch of Mackville and Sutherland Anderson county l There will bejxn ice cream sup- erfor the benefit of the Chris i ian church at this place on the1homeofirCEverybody is iinvited to be present Hours from 4 4to lip m GAN1RY IDQna Porn to the wife of John Har boy Mrs Bell Kays is visi ing the family of J B Yaste Our pike is being rapidly bull up in this part of the county LJMr Kent Rogers called at thisC place to see hi best girl Sun dry Mr Bob Catfary made a flying trip to A ictodY tosee his b t II The hard rains that fell Fri day did a great deal of damage in this section + uy9 InBbtorrww has been quite ill is reported bet ter tthis writing Mr and Mrs J N Litsey of Chicago visited their parents at this place last week ODame Rumor says we are to have two or three vjeedings between now and October 1 Miss Grace Cullnf Fenwick visited her grandpar nts Mr and Mrs Horace Litsey last week Miss Kizzie Barmon has returned home from Marion where she has been visiting the family of C R Harmon Mrs Bell gays Mrs J B Yaste and daughter Miss rffarga ret visited the family of W T McMillen Thursday last Quite a crowd af ended the moonlight fete given by Mr and Mrs Bob SLewmaker of Fetiwick Thursday night All report an enjoyable time Hardcsly Schoolhouse Mr J H Gray has moved in his J3INat Thonipscn was iu our mids last week buying lute lambs Mr W S Y Goodlet sold a nce bunch of lat bogs Price unknown Mr Richard Snider of Chap lin spent JSUnday with Mr J L tWilliamsfmnilv Miss Jennie Redding has com menced her school at this place with a large attendenoe John Mcllvoy and wife of Wil lisburg spent Sunday with Mr John Arnold and wire 0 Tile rain Sunday wks a wel bneandItobacco is llooking Well A curious bird klled by Mn JH Gray is quite 9 curiousitj as eenjIeenberewith black quills It measure tive test nine inches rbra tipto lto tip and four feet and two in jchesrfrom toes to beak head and beak eleven mcbsJong Talftain Sprln Si j rMr James Curtsinger sold fiis farm to D CIerringer for 1400 Mrs Sallie Mitchell of Antioch visited Mrs Addie Foster last week Mr and MrsJW MayesTvi sited the home of Grant Scat- ItSrnday l a Bora to the wife of Henry Whit a line boy Mother and babe are doing w lJOf Tbbosco cutting has b gtfAin this section We htive bad a good season fo the last month and tobacco is fairly good Mr Biley Finkston was inthe Normandy Vicinity last week in search of a fine farm Be would ike to buy aflst class farm Wheat threshing is over in this section Those who eat wheatbread thecomingyear Will remembei paying about 3 per hundred for flour MrThompkins who recently Came hero from Louisville and had charge of the blacksmith shop here for sometime has re turned with his family to the xsityRhadom Parrott sold his farm containing 68 acres to George W ipnes and Sons for1200 Po- ession given NoV I Mr Par rotti will move near Bardstown where he has bought farm- lclnlire Mrs Ed Cusick is very sick Miss Sallie M Intyre is conva lescent Miss Willie Raffity of Loretto is visiting Mrs Joe Higdon Johnnie Medley S9ldan aged mule to O Daniel Co for H5 Dave Graves bought of T M Badgett a twoyear old filly for noo Moland Derr bought of Squire Jim Mudd one hog price un known J B Hill sold to Mrs Nannie 31pel31 TD McCunum sold 20 head of stoqkewesto Cecil Spalding of St Marys Jessie Miller sold a bunch of stock hogs to n1 m en u Sprm tor545 Misses Mary aid Roxy Fields of Louisville are visiting rela tives ih this section Everyone around here attended the trial in Marion county of W D FerriU charged with obstruc ting a xoaa Dammn Carrico bought of Simms Bros a pair of work mules for 165 Iso bought four lhead of cattle for iiss Etta Hill who has been teaching in Mririon county had to dismiss for a week orso on account of diphthera in several families in district Everything llooks quite prosperous in this section since the few refreshing rains we have had Cprn Considerably better than was expected Miss Ethel Simms surprised her many friends lqst week by accompanying M r Ormsby Par rot to Lebanon where they were married May their life be one long happy dreamy Little Florence Mclnti re hap pened to a very painful accident last week while playing with Her brothers a dog ran under her Knocking her down and in flicting a very bad wound on her arm but fortunately no bones wore broken Messrs T E Ballard Mike Shannahan Polin Mclntire Sam Nally Jim Montgomery and PleasIureTuesday and while out they are going to attend the encampment at Maramcth Cave BOOKER As you haye not heard from our town for some lime I will write a few notes Miss Yancey of Springfield spent Sunday with Dphelia Yats Mr Luther Boblett of Louis villeMs visiting friendsi here this week Protracted meeting begins the the third Sunday night at New Hope Lee Godbey left Saturday for Louisville where he willremain for some time Messrs Walter and Jerome Wellsof Willisburg were tu OUI midst Sunday The Misses Goailey gue a social last Saturday nilft It was largely ut tended and all report agopd time J Mi5 ParlLJllliIi J retuin ed home after adeigMfu visit tofriendsnearWillisburg i SShe was accompanied by Mss Dora Oriouchk fr Mr andl Mrs Fryot Denton Texas und Mrs Lynch and son of BldomffeJd 434 Mr Green and daughterof Danville were the pleasa guests of Mr and Mis I N Lynch of this place Wfflp HOUSE PLANS HISTORIC MANSION TO BE RENo VATED AND REFURNISHEJ Famon Eaat Room to Be Hade the Stato Dining Room Family quarter to Be EnlngedNew Decara tlve Bvltem Vflll Do Colonial For the first time since President Ar thurs administration the White House Is to have a thorough renovation on artistic lines Congress line appropriat e d 40OOO for this purpose tie need of which Is apparent to the most casual visitor One feature of tet plan of renovation Is to turn the great eastI room Into a state dining room Involv lug a transformation of the decorations into those of the colonial style with open fireplaces present old fashioned flooring IThe place to a new parquet floor polished woods and an enor mous ruK Qspeclally designed to suit the decorative scheme of the rOom is to be woven in lone piece so that the room may be easily turned into a handsome ballroom Tbe present state dining roOm will be used for small dinner parties It Illowbers of President Roosevelts family The White House dining service Is a strange conglomeration of antique and modern glass sliver and porcelain and so many pieces have disappeared that It no longer suffices either in quality or numbe of pieces to serve large din ncr parties The new service will be 61 sevres porcelain The floors of the second story wabble und bend as a heavy person walks across them and this defect is to be remedied The schema of renovation also provides for moving the clerks out of the secoud story and providing them with quarters somewbere else It proposed to cut up this space diffet 1rOOlns1 with a bathroom adjoining each There Is plenty orfloor area In tin sUitInblepart of each year as the beating of the Bun on the tin root makes them Intolerably bot A staircase will Be bujiy i the little the servants bavinsnow to EAST IT IS ITIlEentirely upon the elevator and of Ore In the night loss of life would be a most inevitable New furnishings nOd adornments are also needed to make the White House suitable for the entertainment of large parties Much new furniture qt modern style is required in place of the nonde script types now scattered through tIle portions of the house devoted to social uses No radical changes In the general fpatures of the house external or In ternal are contemplated Much of the trim Is too good to be changed andre calls vividly the fashion of the early days of the century when the house was built Not a few of the mantels are fine specimens of the art of their day and It would be vandalism to dis turb them so far as any alterations areIIndeed the artistic or decoraUve tea tures of the house they will tend to ward restoring ita original character The effort at modernizing the fine old pile has been uniformly in the dl rection of the steamboat atyjo of ornament rather than in harmony with the first designs In the cast room for In stance the expanse of ceiling is broken by what purport to be beams sixty feet long upheld at the two extremities bj pillars twenty feet high A considerable change is contemplat ed In the entrance ball where tbo Tif fany screen of colored glass has been overIthltIquestion what could be done with tWit Kcrccn to Improve aud the condo fiion llnnlly reached Keemsto be that It must lie Improved oui of existence It I at all This Is iiifldeittitlof course ja the removal f the derlral force from the White House proper undlU return of the latter le rII fx f jml ly resldOnci for wlif It I uS ually designed ThQ nDpunl lo r iji itt ks from the KOitnid vnvy ISt IIrt once tie iitit1II t vr fo theufTluSn it Is p 4irputting n lt r uW Makes Weak Women Strorujv iI have taken your Remicks dPsJns Blood Tonics I know it tObetbo bast tonic eer used t will make every weak woman trodg J caunofc praised PickeringOloCy RsC VIM iiaJN9 I tht UQSISIGIESH Insunnmdr can bo prevented Iiby taking Scotts Emulsion Its as beneficial In summer as In winter If you arowoak or run down Itwlll build you up Setfor free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists Pearl Street New York 5JC and 00 druggists Italy Marriage Broker Marriage brokers are a regular iqstl totlou in Italy In Genoa there are sev eral marriage brokers who have pock etbooks filled with the names of the marriageable girls of the different classes with notes of their figures personal attractions fortune and other cir cumstances These brokers go about fcndeavoriug arrange matrimonial al liances lu the same offhand mercantile manner which they would bring to bear upon a purely business transaction and when they succeed they get vomwissonof 2 or 3 per cent upon the dowry with such extras of bonuses as may be voluntarily bestowed by the party There seven and sixpence for the medlc c and a shilling for the bottler lie hesitated uucertain whether he had charged for everything lOb hurry up boss shld the Impa tient miner put a pfce on the cork and let us know the worst London TitBits THE BAPTISM OF BELLS A Cn tom That Date Sack to the Reign of Charlemagne Bells wore solemnly baptized like children n custom which Is still cx tant in the Roman church This is probably not u primitive practice and cannot bo traced further batek than thn reIgn of Charlemagne It Is first dis tinctly mentioned In the time of POP XIII when he gave his own name to the great lieU of the Lateran chUrch Sleldru gives hn account of the ceremonial to be observed First of all the bells must be so bung that the bishop may be able to walk around them When be has Chanted a few psalms in a low volfe he mingles water and salt and conse crates them diligently sprinkling the bell with the mixture both inside and Then he wipes it clean and vifh 1ont oil describes on it the figure of cross praying the while that when the bell is swung up and BoiiBttedfaltu charity may abound nong men land thcsnares of the deviYball light winds storms raav be rendered vain and nil unseasonable weather be sot t wiped off tbni Cross of oil from the rim be forms seven other crosses on it but only one of theta Vithln The bell la censed prayIfeasts and aiuiiutlnjyI arc celebrated Just as atn veddiug Gentlemans Magazine Icrenil h Slnnillna Rock The ldi liiil nl tilt stone from which Standing Itock gets Its name la as follows Years uo a buck and bs squaw were a jjorruuy down till Missouri river 1on Tldit same relatives Ut a distant Where Fort Yutcs now Is the buck Bav a young squaw ot mirpri lng beauty with whom he tell desperately in loe In spite of the tears and treaties of his lawful wife he refused to proceed m the Journey or in any other direction but resolved to stay rIbt uterI The deserted squaw ex hajustod her entreaties and her teara anti finally arose to leave the place alone As slu did so tihe stepped back In the spot where had been sitting and turned tn stone There she has re raalnedevertilnit a Ktandlnc reproach to her fiiltlikSM lord and muster und to all his liM Iiii faint stretch or We imairiitatiiin lIP stani5Iuiig rock from whlrM the wcwy riH Uu uanie ran wade tolalf iih lutliiicri of a woman The Egyptian rrcmes nccormng to ffncieut inilorltleH wqre aastly made In tlt frin innterlals Imported from Arabia Ieiti uuil eeutral Africa Tlf fHlrw who tI 1ctnc Is aJ mcit IOlhL u f Iui rimei fli nIt Cnlhtl- rwaJlliir tin ivi ly and pM psquo ir its which the old lii t enjoyed Ih sliin ton 010 Is iiiovd almost to tears over the commoiph nntjiro of JiVown times John Adams used to Iwtlip In thi1 Potomac every mornlnjtt tiyllglit Lecansi they ltd no balk In the White House ami no one ever lulled a kodak on liui President Taylor used to walk about the town anti stop antI clint with everyone he met like n policeman A rptlon In the White houSe In these Un s Is relieved of monotony only by tilt great crush of guests who trample the elothcs one nnothrrs bucks An other preshlpnt set up In the mat room a six hundred pound cheese and vited the multitude to conic In anti helji itself which the multitude procetdeU todo L S ADAMS IMRS OnlvpMliin TeztM of Cardul indeed blessing Having suffered for even years with weakness and bear down pains and having tried sev eral doctors and different remedies with no success your Wine of Cardul was the only thing which helped tne and eventually cured me It itemed to strengthenthe By tired women Mrs Adams means nervous women who have disordered menses falling of the womb ovarian troubles or any of these ailments that women have yourself1tbomewiththis ofCErdui Wine of Cardui has cured thousands of cases which doctors have failed to benefit Why not begin to get well today All druggists have eioo bottles Fpr any stomach liver or Vowel disor der Thedfords 1ac Draught should be used ForBdTleaandUtcnitsreaddR nThe Ladies d r7l1eno CoCItWINEoFCARDIJ I Ui w iOAwawiji iljijjwQii4 4SIWo Buy it r SJ Brsges Wt JO fft J i 1I bq the G9tEo i 7 a1 latest Call and make a anbe i ady for Spnng tl a74SEEDINGt You must F is near t 3 we grass seeds of all kinds j fi jf t I make a of Oats g 1 t THOMPSON EE r KY A4 i u te iMaa a r vv I The Missouri Pacific Affords prospector health or1 pleasure seeder decidedly bettei uu van tag s lu which vi reach auy t Missouri Kansn lJolorado or Utah Points tite Pacific Coast and the Northwest To Fast train daily from St CityPuehlmJectiooIRyScenJc Line of the World RatesIi 1Drado Utah id Pacific Coast Resorts All trains equipped j ith eke i lignts electric I elegant Pullman Sleeper ining pars a a pune service Ou v line iF lirt thn Pulm n tandtl S epo Louis o IICico enic Colt II andtlt ilil iIII 1eri cOnIu t1- Ult1tist t pars every Fur s ay 900I from ST s dYedneInI y it ngh Cl radn and UtaM to iiiePaflcCoast An Ideal Route topoverslimornijp and eV1 u trains a St Louis to transact sinless or visit j the Worlds Fair SI HaudsOn descrip iv iiteratt r JH maLlet ree JlOr ortnatiuii uw atis oiit vay and roiii rip folders oljers etc donsult Ticket Agents address orI R T G Ma thews j T PA villeKji Spend the Summer at P ASHEVILLE Charmingly situated in the beautiful Mount tin Region of Western Northl Carolina known as the Land bt the Sky reached by the l Southern Railway Clear Bracing Good Magnificent Scenery A I retreat from the intense heat of the Summer- Land of th SkJ book free on receipt ci two cent stamp for posul 0e t tC H Hung ford JtP A ouisvUle Ky G B Allen A G P A si Louis Mo MgrIBlackening the nose the cheeks and the forehead has been found an effec tual preventive of snow blindness Didnt Vouch For Them Hlmielf Have you got anything that will cure rheumatism Inquired the customer Vhy cr said the dnlgglst limp ing along behind the counter toward the medicine shelve wb havescv eral cr remedies tt t nre Tilgnly cr recommended for rloumatlsm Chi cago Tribune t VSiree Rules For Flililn One day as the Rev Mark Guy Pearso of London was strplUng along c riverbank he saw an old plan fishing for trout and jpulllng the fish outonio after the other bHs Jyrou manage it cleverly old frJEndho eald hayo passed a goomany below who dont seem to be doing anything The old inan Jlfted himself tip and tuck his rod In tho ground Well yon see sir thero bo three rules tor fish lag and tis no good toying it If yak d9ntmlud them The first is Keep yourself out second As Keep yourself further tint of slgot and th third is Keep yourself further out if IAt 0L Then youll Jlo Itt I IIWff can afford toj sellI them atfclose fillIesul hou ejs now I7JEfull of some of the EIbiest Tehicles 011 the market fyean1 d any n nlpE Y selection t Jr remember ai handaiidg have IWe Specialty Northerii seldO rS ij GREEN SPRINGFIELD 7t1tftttftftftItItftftftHItHHIIHCfiHn Railway GPTAStlIisMoQ Easily Atmosphere Temperature delightful otislcbttba aniiioti AOf vt roHt L p 1 U mro ff 1m fR t Insuraiice I4ti t tReversed I MUIUAk t ftl 11 1 t k ivestni tcoIDPi y 10 J il h lt JOT Lexington Rye 1I ifit t i jfrJJ s W hl IcELROY1 J 4p f ir ANTTf i7 if j hi KyiL tit rr Hl g Irvkl E NTJ ir =At Lowest Prices ht7 r JtorIt LiU MBER L i m 1MB 1 ii r kAShdDOOlRsLATftand r rO t f ftfCONTRACTING J fjJi f 1ythig In the building Ine at the SPRJNG- I L3 UMJBER Cbs Yard i I CALLAND GET PRIGES i 4 f riJ Il l iiiIjJti JiQi ViWil wriWiii LOTHES TO SUIT 4 s THE WEATHER r to fi ThatisWb atyoutw iEwant and w- ohavehmtj fY IIiti9I Men s urnmelIt Suits Hats atlgiJ t fShoes cofltaln a n rri od varietyyatue it 4I L Ii jfr rfI t TO The Ladies IYtlt S4 i J t fWe jeVtend a cordial it Sour store and inspect our stock ofS i J sunftne Dress Goods and PtIons ts r Call and get prices We re msking sums speciabbargainsIi I Qrllnd1OIbooke Mclpire ifff fit tnt f i wT r fiIrt PRANK W l fMdn N SFMJ IOEJN F ISIMJS r 17Ri1NKW SIMMS s co LLivery Foodd arid Me SiWe N2wtlJl St1ishRlg aTid good Hor Speciall OUtfitS iPor trjivelllng men Give wt a trial tOItIIOI tablel tSlhls and Qd frMtr theutfI1lli1thg hprses PHCNE 75 sn4cnlIEL1 XY r w 1 r THE NEVvS LEAOER 7 w oi J iI3frToN W14DENT DENTISTt iEEirH EXTkMTED YITIOiJT PAIN f l J nO Hfl1pek1up JttHirb 8PRUiGIEEJD KY A11 fttal Work Strictly d iFistc1ass n 7H LAMPtOIJ l OFFICE IB Opera House DRSlSMOGKJ SPRINGFIELD KY OFEIOEDr Rinqbarts for iberofBcBS over Peoples Deposit JYEcehturs 12 to 2 pm iWF GRIGSBY AWOFf NET WAT LAW JI Offl y over Pniplps Bank I aPRlluKIELD KY j itTII C HAii ltrkReH jfepield Laxative IJromoQuinlne Tablets cUt old PavfTO rVORTKRN MICHIGAN 1 ThrtSkepIi cars frOm Losv11te Skipigcar8Irunning to NortLorn i LoolsvllleJi iiRwayTbea FIsbfufr Line will be 98tabHsbed June 22 1002 leav I i LpnifiVUIe p ni daily arriving I P tostey Traverse City Bay View fliubQr prJul9and ackahiv Oity next mornicg JdacUfnac IsJa d at noon Meais on dining cars jorsifeciaHnfphnation address O VHag ev D P A Lonibville Kr t r IRACK5 LTJIO EXASJ t I NEW FAST TRAIN I 4 NI Wioala M4 EasfM City aa- ifKLAHOM4 CITY WICHITA NI50N SHERMAN DALLAS FORT WORTH 08U1Nt= up of the finest eqolpseat proy1deI r l ctrlo ligbtt and ara eT8IIiIesees ioderrIt1811 RM River Division ver7 sppUace bowa to ode car HDdJag railroading liaabeea eB1jlortSa arsp ot WaeemeevtaclaC1UC Caffs Observation Cd1 HarveyJellS 1p ya W aew route w1U be ckeevffly = Tt = app44o IJT T rIre FRISCO J A VJV MURRAY Gu Agent t07 Melnut Bt Circfnnai C t t TRu1uT Frimjl 1 iisviIfjlf out clirijln f Ct Take th9 Sleeping Car leave LouisviJId 4 pr m VlJiliHI vama Short Linoc via t a 11nplli81 aniliogansportover VahJalwt Jinej a through Ln Otto via I 4 Kalamaaoorthenie via MtchigniiIIj tral Tne through car will leave Louisville tiIi t pir brgittnfn Sane 22 an1 wlI iar ri veafc Detroit 7 30 jiextmdroi tj aiu mike connections for resorts ai iiic StC lir river and 0 iCdnda ttbra1I frrn cTI 1Jg- r ty D PjAoubviIjeKy ll2Notlc L Patideirng n goodcaf- einet iejutr for small sutu ith ecel itra1fce of interest write uh for Vpa ticblars A resident x jlicjtor wanej Pennsyfcinia I jDiT eiient and inrestmenf o 703 haer Buildin Teau g lJJ i I Vor m1 t z r IIj 1 hI ri f dHf tij tt tftlhI1 it d tii iiifI4iI ata1 ilgii l1cjfPri JJ t ejJ fJ idht 1 fj i h + r CtOr S farr ifbafCCi J diJXtbel pirtjculs ai1dJe rlI U DEV1NE 28 f fr i k 1tt i3pringfleldiCyJJ SaleSP 5ii1m bie trJiis SOJOOO to 8o eefcof oak lumber for MIe Will saw it any size to itpu cBser HUGH STILES tIeklKi4ja I TOWN ifi NHfirifif fiiN iiiiii5ii Local Happenings o1 Interest The Freshest and Latest I AIIAboutYourselt Friends li and Acquaintances r It WHaW1n fit jars almost at stat 0 Twenty pounds totfruit sugar for SI at d W 5Hans- I i I Sed Rye for salel Thompson Green bUtlchers outfit Apply to Dr BT H iHord A complete line of groceries can be found at C W Hagans all fresh Watermelons always fresh and on ice atC WHagans Cold storage Dontorget to go to C W fiagans for your vinegar His line has no equal Pont forget to ball on C W Hagan forfruit jars His prices will surpsise you Take your country produce to CW Hagan He pays tht highest price cash it you want it31 If you want a nice coffee Cheap call nd see Co W Hagan s line 10 Th15 20 25 cents iivLoodstoqk ewsfoi sale G RCLEMENS f BORNOn Augustlithltb Mr andMrs William A Thompson of the Pleasant Grove neighbor hood a son Rev S P Stiles will fill his tlieMethodh4Sundav rLOST Between my home and 4t IQ Wood Dug Store a gol watch SOb Suitable reward for its return ALFRED CHESHJER J W ANTED 500 nounds bacon iiIpayluiglit casbprice HaganIev be en assfsttrigin a revival meeting at Mackyille which closed Sunday t9hup Mr Sidney Green has begun jthe tearing away of tie old house o1Pleparrsome residence BULLS FOR SALE L Ih a v e two tine tolled Angus bulls for sale two and three years nld t iJ BRoBY KIy LOST Strayed from my place irt ydar old brown mare muTe 1 bout 14 hands high LforitsI return to Jmes Hughes Bloomfield Ky Tire Coming Stars of this place played a game of ball against tIe Novices at St Rose on Tuesday afternoon The re suit was a victory for the Springfield boys by a score of 29 to 16 jA protracted meeting willI begin au Pleasant Run Metho dist church on this Thursday J evening The regular pastor S- lIP Stile will be assisted In the meeting by Rev J U Johnson jof Wilmbre We have received a compli mentary ticket to the Bulhttj county fair wl iih takes place atI Shepherdsville August 19th con tinuing four days The Shepk herdsyille fair is always popular bei ig a genuin old fashionedIi fur with a big crowd The rGicker Jacks which iis the name of the very young ag gregation of ball tossers of this place uent over to Lebanon last Friday and tackled a team ofI 1btt pi e 01 equal ngc and xvviigh the ruIt being a win litfeVl tMir Teaccyilas begun I 11hIifHotei lot he structure will be ofJirick tlvvo stories high with ab twentyfive bed rooms and tvill be eiuippei with all modern conveniences LOSTT A ladies slack coat silk lined on Thursday August coming from Tatham Has a Bqten and Langen tag on inside betweenWilJUsbqrglind found return tot J A Sbaders storeii One of thc bosfc games of base j Ball ever iplajed jprJ1d TOPIGSiI J was played on llast Friday after noon between the colored nine oftisplacelandth team from Bardstown The game was full of brilliant plays and the colored boys put up a game that would haveleen a credit to professional ball payers The score stood 6 to 1 in favor of the Springfield at the close of the last inning Two barn withal content j iinjthe place of Mr Felix Mudd 01 j last Friday night The lqss is j j quite Unknown a heavy one Origin of fire 1Work on the new hotel being built by John R Barber has progressed finely within the past few weeks A few more days iof work will complete the briok work The new hotel is to be a handsome edifice and a great improvement toMaihi Street t STRAYED From my place one Southdown buck sheep with ring in one ear aud ear flaps over When last heard from he was on the old Kimberlain place t now owned by Charlie Brady Any information gladly received by J C WALKER Simms Ky j l ibeiral purses for trotting and pacing horses have been offered by the Nelson County Fair andI plenty of horses will be on handI to contest for them It has been severall years since races for bar ness horses have been gievn at tetwelcomed by all the lovers pf this sport tydphoid fever in an and about town none of them however being ofd very severe nature A R and Bobbie the little sons of Mr A R Shultz are quite sick Dudley treVyoung son of Charles Rob ertsoiT B SbSSfl uite ill but iis improving Jailor Geor tlett has been confined to his bedI for about two weeks with the fever There are several eases throughout the county The imnasement of the Nelson C u Jit iii nf j o1 the celebrated UULJIJ litl 3nham of Boston and Fisher of India n pblis for a series of races their feom ing fair They lye the fas est machines iin nerica and it is believed that the win ner will have to ride a mile better overIBtlrdstown fair in Kentucky Mr Roy M in ton died at thej home of his father at New Haven yesterday of typhoid fever after an illness of several days He was an energetic young business man haying hadI charge of the broom handle factory at New Haven He possessed many warm friends untimelyIdeathRecordMr was a nephew of Mrs C A Green of this place Considerable excitement vais created on last Thursday even ing on Lebanon street by cries of Murder Help and a womans scream emiu ting from the vi cihity of Mr George Medleys yard After the neighbors had turned out en masse to investigate it was discovered that flie terrify big shrieks were issued by Prudie Lewis u colored woman who had beencooking at the Med ley home She claimed she was about to be murdered by her best young gentleman friend one Kin Wright a colored coon Wright chocolateI when Wjrsl l Grace others neared ihe ceneof the uproar and hns r i yet been arrested The vorn i vas evidently much more nlt 1LIalt hurt She beeu uoi vit wjtli tier hllul IIoer ant th two had quurrellud With the above resultIj Notice LIThe undersigned firm having dissolved partnership all per- Sons bwipg us accdunts are Ui gently requested to alf and set tIe same HAYDON ROBERTSON any persons in this community are aafFering from kidueytronblew- hof avoi fatal results by using Fol ejs KIndey Cure Sold by Wood- DrugCo iiP4eykM Tar HH fiORD DENTISTOFFIPEThNEirftv BUILDTh- Snuanently locat 4 SPBINGFIKLD KY FEReCNAL Mr and Mra Ben F Strums were In Loniflvlllo Tuesday H M Qrundy attended the Dan vUlefairJastweek Alex Grant of Loulavllle spent last week here with his parents Air and Mrs John Hardin of Hen dren are visiting relatives here Harry Cleaver with Balknap Co is spending vacation at bis home i Miss Burdette of Lancaster iis a gut at the home of S M Karriok Miss Josephine Averitt 0 f Lebanon ia visiting Miss Mary Lewis f MISs Minton of New Haven la yli ltii ing her aunt Mrs C A Green AB Campbell has returned from a trip to Chicago and Milwaukee Miss Davis VanArsdale Is visiting relatives in Harrodsbnrg this week Mr and Mrs Tbep Campbell are visiting Mrs W R Curry at Beechmont MiSs Rose Cleaver bas returned from a visit to friends at G pin the Knobs QLuckett Simms of Hopkinsviile is here for a visit to bis mother aid slsI tore Miss Emily Tnesdoll of Kokomot Ind is visiting at the home of John b Greene Miss Ruby Lampton has returned from a vleit to relatives hi Jefferson Nora Cleaver has returned from a three weeks visit to friends In Columbia Mrs Imelda Leacbman and Miss Lizzie Leachman are visiting lativ s in Lebanon Mr Edwin Wood formerly of Bar townis engaged with the Wood Drug Co ot this place Mrs John Biney and children have returned to Louisville after a vtit to placeEMrs D U Whayne and daughter of Louisville are guests at the Clay brooko home near Texas Miss Bessie Roberts has returned from a visit to Cbvington Sbe was accompanied home by Virgil Williams Miss Annie McChond entertained the young ladles who compose Miss Durrotta house party at dinner twM W K Marks has returned from if wSfS f PltSeSi1 Ky scaompanled by her cousin Miss nnDtuvhowill remain herO for a visit Mrs James Allen Mrs William Au derson and Miss Leila Bryant ofBloom field were here Tuesday at the home of A C McElroy Willie Knott and Fannie IMisse9Messrs Joe Cle menu Hamil Lillie Simms and Bert Blanford were guest s at Mi Henry delens at Bardstown last Sunday Ormsby Wbarton has gone to Louis yule to work for the big firm of Sot cliffo and Co Ormsby in a capable and a popular young man and his many friends here wish him success The Misses Cleaver gave a porch party yesterday afternoon from 60 7 oclock in honor of the visiting ycuig ladles of the community The enter talnnient was a delfchtful one Hon C C McChord returned last week from aincitinati in whore hs went In his capacity as Railroad Commissioner to confer with som railroad managers in regard to raWon oil shipments in Kentucky Mrs C McGbord gave a dance at the Opera House on last evening in honor of the young ladv visitors of thetown Although wasan infor mal affair it was one of the moat de Hgbtful social eventn of the summer There was quite a large crowd of dancers and onlookers and all enjoy ed themselves Dr R B RoBards who wince his graduation at the Louisville Medical College has been with brother DrJB RoBnrds has gone to Gravel Switch to locate Dr Thornton of that place who has a large practice fs about to locate elae where and will far as he can turn his practice over to Dr RoBarda in whose ability he has CDnfldence Dr RoBards made many friends luring hiM short stay in Spring field who wish him nuccees The following party of young folks from towu went out to the home of Mr and Mrs JR Claybrooke near Texasvon Tuesday evening where they were delightfully entertained at supper H M Grundy Miss Mary Lee Wakefield G B Cunmnghflro Miss Alice May E S MayesfMary Mckee G L Wliartn Annie Mo McIf rdl tow Ivocqrd Mr Tl mas IA ierti y ivoini iwj r of Upung ast MaIlCol CPZlm1iIsiir ofthq iVab il ikftoit Oircutt Conrl tip nt Sun daj aero tio uueatof ftir Jpbi jJde ranladi s of Springfield Misaes Pearl and ileesie campbell atid Miss Canter guestd at thu Colvin house last wereIday They were Springfield by Misi Edna Oovin1 to spend several days r Mr John L Barbnrand two and Misses Maria and Louise Barber and ereltbe tpt IhistbeUiitlve i L 4 a okb tnj harno u th 2wont kind of a com blnauon I Eureka Harness OllJm better bat tba tULtt eaten a lasttwice a 1oai1 f out ortln rtlr would a STANDARD OIL l Ulve a Your Horse a Chance isi l WashinAton Collegiate Insstitute Next session of school opens Sept Thorough instruction in all branches from the primary to the highest grades This an important i ear to those who wish their boys and girls to take- a c good stand in the graded school to be established next year A full years instruction may mean ah advance of one ord two years when the grading isbmade A full corps of teachers to be employed To the people of Springfield and Washington 1countypast favors and respectfully request their patronage for the coming year For further par ticulars address 0 B GRANT A M- Springfield Ky The Church Vindicates Him The Tatham Springs Bapttst chiirch recently made acknowledgement to an injustice about to be doneto one of its members A report damaging to the repu tation of Mr J W Satterly a res pectedcitizen of the neighborhood had been circulated and steps hadbeen taken to have Satterly tried before the church for the alleged offense News of theI false report however reached Mr Satterly and he ucceeded in convincing the church session that he was being slandered The church officers very promptly acknowledged that to be the caseMr Satterly is a well known citizen of the community and has ben a member of the tist church 32 yea He is 52 years 0 an is a scccesslu farmer SPWR BOUNTY LANDS Offer the best in vestment to be found now We can tell you whycan show you the money in them We can sell you what you want and at bottom prices We have little and big farms small payments or large low and high priced Write us your wants or come and see risfor the time is ripe JW CRUME Co Taylorsville Ky Misinterpreted A delicate point of pronunciation Is Involved in this story A country cous- In once went to spend Sunday with aft Edinburgh friend After a long da spent in oightseeing they found tbetft selves a iod way from home Noo mon said the townsman weve a longwny to gang Shall we takri tram Tak a tramr cried the other in sur prise Ye diana mean to tell me that In Edinbro the public houses are open on the Sawbathl A JUac1dcululf Legacy- L young man at St Mende was driven mad by a legacy of 4000 From the moment the money came Into his possession tie was oppressed by the fear of losing It and always carried It about with him He finally made a t bonfire of it In the form jJt notes and then attempted to blow out his brain London Chronicle One of Our Pet rbraiei DId any of the inhabitants escape with his life Inquired the man wJ10I wants harrowing details I didnt stop to ascertain answered the man who Is harrowlngly exact It struck met that It anybody psrnnprl without his life there wasnt much usfr In lila escaping auybowWashington- Star No Kelp Front Hex Miss FriableEllen love said young Mr Gallagher timidly have lost my heart t Im sorry I cant help you Mr Gal lagher replietl the maiden not uu kindly havent found ItDetrolt Free Press fi Mutual Sarprlir She When married you1 bad no Idea that yqu would stay away from home so much HeWell neither had l1LIr If the best you can soj about your neighbor is In reply to the Vorst beIeald about you dont 11tBaltlmorINpWR PJNE WASHINGTON COUNTY 17UM FOR SALE On Monday August 25 102 5 will offer atr public saleat the Springfieldky About two mites from Texas Ky known as the Sam Montgomery farm This farm is on a good roadcorivenient to schools and fchurcbes is well watered and in dstate of cultivation About 50 acres is dm fine timber abdut50 acres in cultivation and the remainder in grass There a good dwelling louse and all necessary outbuildings and a large barn suitable for either tock or tobacco PartfeS desir ng a good farm for tobacco or stock raising would do well to call and examine this farm before purchasing elsewhere Terms easy und made known ion day of sale For further in formation apply to me at Texas r to T D English Danville Ky LLOYD M TURNER ToMyfrltada It is with joy I tell you what Kodoj i for me4I was troubled with my stomach for several months Upoii eing advised to use Kodol I did s nd words cannot tdljthe good at has done me A neighbor had dyspepsia o that he had tried most every thing toLd him to use Kodol Words of gratitude have come from him to me bccausc I recommendea it Gco W Fry Violalowa Health and strength of mind and body dcpen1 on the stoat ach and normal activity of the digstve organs Kodol the great recon structiAe tonic cures alt stomach and bowel troubles indigestion dyspepsia Kodol digests any good food Tart a dose after meals CJ Haydon BUSINESS INSTiNCT A Well Street Mans Trade ThfWa Rot a Dad BargaIn A prcmlnenf wan street man told the following story on himself the oth er day but made his hearers promise that under to conditions would they1 reveal bis name as he did not wish to be bothered by the beggar who nghres In the story The Wall street man was walking with a friend down Broadway when at Twentythird street he was accosted by a beggar The man was more persistent than the ordinary mendicant and to get rid of him the broker said- I will give yon iO cents If you will give me your coat UAlI right boss replied the beggar and within a moment the change had been made The broker and his friend then turned back and went up Fifth avenue to their hotel Still carrying the beggars coot the man of finance strolled into the lobby and began telling the story to his friends 1ou made a bad bargain said one Look in the pockets sold another And as the broker went through the ragged garment ne pulled forth 45 cents in money a silver tipped pipe a flask of whisky and a pouch of tobacco You see he replied this only proves that I never make a bad trade even when I donti know what I am- bmiylngNew York Times Death Ancient and Modern The art of the ancients would certainly seem to show that their conception of death was a much more cheer tnt one than that which has obtained in later times It was at one time thought thatthe old Greeks and Egyp tlans bad no artIsticNsymbol for death but this was a misconception Death was almost invariably represented by them as the kinsman of sleep The Greeks personified It as Thanat selder brother of Sleep The Romans sometimes depicted Death and Sleep as twin children reposing in the arms of Night The skull and crossbones and the skeleton as em bIonic of death do not appear to have become common until comparatively late Christian times It has been sug gested that the terrible famines and pestilences which scourged Europe during the middle ages were responsi ble for the fear or horror with which the modern mind is usually accUs- tomed to look upon death He Remembered At a public dinner in New York one night the statement was made that the colored race had longer memories than white folk Mark Twain who was present agreed with the remark and- o prove it told tho following Some years agg when south I met an old colored man Vho claimed to have known George Washington I asked him if he was in the boat when General Washington crossed the Dela ware and ho instantly replied Lor massa I steered dat boat Well said I do you remember when George took the hack18t the cherry freer He looked worried for a minute and then with a beaming smile said Why suabraoBsa I dun drove datv hack mahself t tToo Soon Per Her enjoythewhentheIride to the cemetery the RQvJo111 Watson Ian Maclaren told of n Ilttlo I girl standing at Fifth avenue and Thlr tleth street New Ycflh She was a rugged little thing and slio was Tiatcblu the carrlages rotihug past rlth jbo most wistful blue eyes r WeJli little one he said woud you like to own one of thasecarrlagpsr The blue eyes turned np and thwj were tears In their corners 1 never rode li a kerrldge slid saId softly liv little bruddor died afore I was born Lion Coffee n C1l0WNEfJ KINGcI Edward King of England Alphooco King of Spaia Lion King of Coffees Fit for any king fitt for you Notiledwttk any cheap noxioUs coating never sold in balic UnUora gwOttj d fmtmtM artInKirW bj tM Mate e t1e Invite Your I Inspectio Of our elegarvt Stock of NEteciooDSV Spring Dress Goods IVaUitNtneVshades Whie Goods in ilfe new SjlRSjlkVEffects l14i i + We r p arentiWpre a of GLQT1jllNG The laresft and most aTttractlve I we have ever shown and LOWER IfI PRICE f dillWr5 find elsewhere w tt t ust opened I but a ja ilr of I G CORSETSThe1atestshapes c White inkpn clBIuJ JI 11wn Jt fail to visiti our WallPaper IIDo Lace Curl ain and Depart jit is pOW more complete t w In Shoes we 4tesUowing t Vici Kid JPatent Calf 4 Patent Kid Velour Calf B ade on 5t fre plainest h smostextreme Call and examine them Ve Guarantee to Suit you Z Wejstill extend a special invitation to cash buyers Always giving special pash prices Thanking you for past favors and solicitinga continuation of your patronage we remaThi Yours Trolft 4 Cunningliain Duncan mry IT IS H I REBATE STAMPS t 1 f YO1JW7NTI aAnd Kere are the places to gef tliem Everything in DryGoods Notions End etcof ttie very latest novelties and designs at umidsummerf prices 7 GRUND jpCAYBROOKE MclNTHflB Groceries Vegetables and etc everyihing guaranteed fresh ana the very best the market afford Goods deliy ered iDi doubfeuick time i IdHNaSHADER G ROBERTSON SON also hardwire t 3 1 rPure Dlugs and Medicines and toilet aclsl Prom titt Headquartes for rebat sta 3o Es L1 i WOODROBERTSON DRUG COtx btl lvVTS r Ever thing in the Furniture lime it lqwftcish vices See our new line Justin P K tJOHN Y IMAYS l j- f A- g g I KjFOREBATESTAIPSEYERY T lEii P I I PffIffffFTJWtW1MfAlh 1 II 11111 OnYIR flIHDJTiYZ4IThWMftffY nfA IM1 Stock 8 Rug OIVTIVLQOII 10 NIDYO- YfiPPLIC6 riot ic Lebanon Uocals JrWtlWi Eoteprrise g Two boys from near Mann tiMe Taylor county were arrest J l iedand placed in jail Friday on 2ryyth charge of stealing buggy whips from the livery stable of Grunge Bros fonday4The y boys were ortttwenty t years of age and claimed oJl i 1 v whips were sold to them by col ored boy They were fined 7 vv 116 30 each and turned loose fC V Bob Palmer colored was ar r rested and locked up this Week fv on the charge of assisting Will t Sbjick vno was doing service on theiroclcpile at tne station house i several weeks ago to make his escape from prison It being t shown that he had removed the clamp from Shucks wrist after te latter had escaped upqn y motion of his attorney ho was dismissed without prejudice r 4 The will of Mr T W Brown deceased was probated iin Coun C j ty court Monday The will proS- t vides that his debts be paid aid rI that 50 be paid for masses for tJ the repose of his soul and the ArHauls of the deceased members of thisJ mj1y To his wife heleft dung her life the old home titdori the east sideof Pleasant Bun which he deemed a one third val eof his real estate fie also willed his wife such per serial Property as is allowed to widows under the law The rest beofhis landed estate he will ied tobe sold by his executors to the best advantage and that the 4 n proceeds of his entire estate real and perspnalbe equally diaI rt vided among his children His sonsTf E sBrpwn ana Clem Brown are named in the will as J his executors 8 9 Will Shuck Lee Verbage and George Nelson all colored who I fi escaped from the sweatbox a few weeks back have been tap t led Shuck and Verbage had t purchased tickets Monday and ware preparing to leave town u when Chief Thompson interfered with their plans Nelson was t arrested by Mr Thompson7 tlievgarret of the house in whicht piaii wife lived list Saturday I tJntle Ben Wilson the station house keeper has put them in chains whfcJihe has welded to and whichJie WY iron halcsays will ho1dthemy have completed their taskof l breaking rocks Nelson it will be remembered made a sham atc tempt to hang himself inbis 1l1and after being rut down her rmade a bold dash for liberty Sltk Tkreattsd While picnicking last month mye 11 year old boywaposoned by tome wed or plaut ysW H Dibble IIlf SIpnri Cityla 44He rubbed the peiV sou from big hands into his eyes and I foravrhilewe were afraid he would lose his sight Finally neighbor recgmmended DeWitts Witch Haze f Salye The first application 11e1Cdg him a diila few days he was as ve F8ff ses cuts burns scalU oundinwt bites DeWitts WitcliHazolSalveis sure cure Re lieves pilesfatouce Beware of ccun i terfeits 0 JHydenct Crop RePQrtE The monthly trop report of Agricultural Commissioner Nail showSjthat the corn crop has lost t f 8 per cent since July 4 owingto i the drouth in Western Kentucky 4wTe yiefd of wheat lost live ic s points as compared to the July estimates Tobacco has suffered r5lU the western or nark tobacco j section the average condition of the crqp being only 06 percent r In centralkand northern Ken it 12- MIef for- Lunch l at is the average time IJIJTh in a large city restau ly three thousand lunchers It takes three hours to digest a freh eggi Jioft boiled three hours to digest a honea apple dUl plingithtee hours to digest fresh roost beef In fact three hours 18I boaL the uc rLqI1red to digest the twelve minuU lunca T11e9b f9veraeaject01 the lsasty lunch is tortet the busy- man get back to liM office workS But when thebraia is active the stomach is inactive for lack of necessary blood The mtural coaaequence Is indigestion and indigeatxm opeas lli door to many dis eases SIidiMo cied by the sse otDt Jttiu Goldcm Medical Discovery Wbiduures iof the ItOnIaC1Iancl tissc5orani oi digestion aicl uutriti- qnmtoroerfect digestion and 1tfe wkk RtUttKfe UsalIRIM1tbw teattemtel whtelr I wUk you to publish with y HIt fl4 address write Mr Willte SQ aorw jgtonTlllc Orange CoNY II1IM from child laoodad sred towWtkJ 1IMMlanwllPo AttKageof I brke with 4y eaia My isf ferial ws titribie CMtd aot Mt wttbont dls tress CooU oatyMt a few certaitI tbiac amd SM bCIOWUtICMftM time Xyery thin r oYwiJie1Moery sad t Peflda t i ts or Ute Meiicl DitcG9 MII taw WMiel Dr Strces isaat Pei 1 I wetttJaat 1Iteftratu 1 UN ItSOlM uttWatcUtllt iIc alv It a Uw UllllltJtdnttlfM1ecY r5- s3W Dr Pisca co ast l M III paper iosiv If ftaeeofl rr1i1Ii 01 lf Y11N eWY f gebUePrcpatalbafocAs sl ating ttteFoodandBeguIa HHgfeeStoaachsaolBowelsof k VMS Umi JKI N Pro DigestioaCkerfuf essandflestCo1a1ns neKker tItMnMorpLe 1etat- NorNABCOTIC JlIlJrrJHllEf sJiimrwJ r ntCIj j forConsllpalion WormsConvulsjonsFcverish ness zuid Lb SS OF SLEEP TesIRg Signature or NEVYORK l Ott Dos S COPY OF WRAPPER i tacky or the burley district the average condition iis 8Z but ihe rea is greatly reduced as com pared to last year Hemp condition 95 acieage 92 Barley 76 percent of a vorage brp p and rye 0 percent Potatoes acreage condition 95 Apple crop 87 percent peach crop 17 per cent alan average crop cNecessary preCautlou Dont nerlect a cold It is worse than nn lle sauL It iis daugcroua By sifip One Minute Couch Cnreyon cm cure it at once Allays inflame ion cleares the 1ieadsootbs and strengthens the mucous membrane Cures coughs croup throat and mug Absolutely Safe Actsiim raediately Children like itt 01Haydon Plies are not only iu and of them selves very painful and annoying but often greatly aggravate and even use other crave and painful affect ons an OUt ue lected TablerR Buckeye Cint IIi8agreatbibm to sufferers as it ure them Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75 cents Sold bv C J Haydon Quick Relief for Asthma sufferers v Foeys Houey and Tar affords imme tnewontffect l a core Sold by Wood Dru Ball Game at Bardsfown An interesting game of ball was played here last Tuesday afternoon between the Spring field and Bardstown clubs The ame was called at 230 at Crawford s ball park The iriterestirig features of the game was the excellent playing oftl fedley and McCabe for Springfield Brown lor Bards Siownd him to be a skilful ballplayer while McCabes fielding was without error Brown for Bards town made some pretty catches in left tielll The Springfield boys are all good fellows and conducted themselves Jnagon tlemanly manner The game re suited in a score of 11 to 8 in favor of Springfield The game was umpired by Will Haviland Record It needs toulc Tnercar times whei your liver ijceds atouic Dont give pnrgativt that gripe and weaken DeWitts Little Early Risers expel ail poisons from tne system atd act as tonic to the liver W Scott 531 Highland Ave aiilton Pa flays hI have carried De Witts Little Early Risers with me for several years and would not be Without them Purely vegetable They nbyergripje or distress 0 J Hay don Plntnp checks flushedvIth the soft glow of health ana a pare complexlan make all vcmenabeau tifuliyZHerbiae imports strength Tiindivitalily to the system anti the rosy hue 6f health to the cheejcs Price 50 eeutsfat C J Haydons JsJp 0 heII 1T bra sitI g Last T esd ymglH at Perry yule Will Goodnight t uri tGeorge BotiSPKtonisr from their ho mesvand Jgrven severe Jthrashjnff Yltl crowd 6t about twenty Jt is rumored that Goodniglit Bus el and QBottpms were some time ago ordered to CCwork last Tuesday higHt was theresult of their failure to comply ti liteorder A large whip was uscij and the screams of the moil could be heaii for some dis tence It is not kiftfrafuwhat path the men came out they didatheiri workaii 4 i quietl- ydispersedDanvIl e ews 44 II CASTORIA Tnfant and Children TheeKlnd You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature 0T551JR 1 D Uu- my I Fur Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA crn THE BAPTISM OF BELLS A Custom That Dates sack to the Helen of Charlemagne Bells wore solemnly baptized like children a custom which is still ex tant in the Roman church This Is probably not n primitive practice and cannot be traced further back than thl reign of Charlemagne It Is first distinctly mentioned In the time of Pop XIII 088 when he gave his own name to the great bell of the Lateran church SkIdnn gives ah account of the ceremonial to be observed First of nil the bells must be so hung that the bishop may be able to walk around them When be baa chanted a few psalms In a low voice he mingles water and salt and conse crates them diligently sprinkling the bell with the mixture both Inside and out Then he wipes It clean and wlih holy oil describes on it the figure of the cross praying the while that when the bell is swung Up and sounded faith and charity may abound among men all the snares of the devil hail light ning winds storms may be rendered vain and all unseasonable weather be softened After he has wiped off that cross of oil from the rim he storms seven other crosses on it on tuem within The bell Is censed IUL psalms are to be sung and vms put up for Its welfare After this feasts and bontjuetlngB are celebrated Just as at a wedding Gentlemant Magazine Lcecnd ot Standing Rock The Indian legend of the stone from which Standing Rock gets Its name la as follows Years ago a buck and his squaw were on a journey down the Missouri riTe to visit some relatives at a distant point Where Fort Yates nbw Is the buck saw a young squaw of surprising beauty with whom lie tell desperately in love In spite of the tears and ru treaties of his lawful wlfe he refused to proceed on the journey or in niiv other direction but resolved to stay right there The deserted squaw ex hausted her entreaties and her tear and finally arose to leave the place alone As she did so site stepped back in the spot where she had been sitting and turned to stone There she has remained ever since a standing reproach 4to her faithless lord and master and to all his kind By a faint stretch of the Imagination the standing rock from which the agency gets Its name ran bj made to take the outlines of a woman An AiilmnlN memorial Stone In the center of n field at Waverhlll Suffolk England is a large flat stone covtrluj the grave of a mare that tHud 1832 Inscribed no follows Iokn She never made a false step Kiiirslnstis ill 19 A reference to chptir end terse tthowa the following For tlirt vilcubtfalletb the sons of tt lufa HI Lvsts even one thing fUlkth tluin 09 the ono dietb so litIj the other This Is probably the only IfKtuncc of a text from the Scrip Lures appearing on a memorial stone tox un animal No Time to lose YOu cannot afford to disregard the warnings ofa weakand diseased heart and put off tak ing the prescription of the worlds greatest authority on heart and nervous disorders 1Dr Heart Cure I Ifyour hartp3lpitates flutters- or you are short of breath have j srnothcring tSD1Is pain in left- side shouldcr4r arm you have heart trouble and are liable to drop dead any moment MajorsTr W Woodcock ono of the Ixjst knownoil operators In the coun try roppcd d Ad rota heart disease 1tCt OllJMrthls elaPortlandIndSp mowing his luwn rftcPnw MrslfABiHjaltWtkinvNY who portrait heads this dvertise r grateItudeMilesT Heart Jure I had palpitatirn of the heart severe pains under the left shoulder and my general health was miserable A few bottles of Dr MilesIUart Cure cured me entirely Sola fcy ftll DruccUta OrMIIra Medlcal ElkhjirJ JntJ MILITARY PARADISE HOW GOVtnNORS ISLAND NEV YoVK WILL BE TRANSFORMED Pinna ProTJUo For Mnklaff IitliFinest Arms Po t In the ContUjry Old nuiIdIng16 Do Ilaxea ftnd jfe t One Erected 1UtaryreserIthan doubled in size and trans formed into the finest army post ia the country When the plans for impf v 11Ugthepost which havobeen approved Secretary Hoot tile fully execntcJ It will hens though nearly every bulldv lag now on the island had been swept away and the war department tad planned Ito post for entirely now ground It Js thfe Intention of the war partment to bavti a full regiment oj duty at Governors islajid all the time In time of war with a foreign nation facilities will be afforded for taking care of a brigade In tents There will be deep water docks and transports govlernmenthouses for storing provisions and oth er stores intended for shipment and the general use of the nrmYiT-he Improvements provide for an outlay of 1593000 rThey con eiupintt1 un udditIbnosixty acres to the pros eat area so that the new lIsland will be 150 acres in extent On the northwest corner of tbelIsland is the ancient Castle Williams a brick fort with three tiers of casemates To the south are Fort Columbus and the quarter f or officers and men Fort Columbus Is In the center of tho island Here is quartered company of artillery This fort and Castle Wil llamas will be preserved alone put of the large assortment of structures belonging to the post Castle Williams is an army prison and Is valuable to the government for both material and sentimental considerations It was erected in 1811 and is one of the most interesting sights in New York bar borThe other buildings were erected nt different times and no effort was made to have them conform to any general ly harmonious scheme The island was turned over to the federal govern CASTLE WILLIAMS ISLAND went by New York city ntil critical period of the nations history Jt was about tile year 1808 when Val was threatened with Great Britain The work means the construction of 5800 linear feet of crib dike work It means too that the space so Inclosed will require more than 4000000 cubic yards of sand to fill It It means de cided Improvements all along the wa ter front of the present Island with a new wharf and Increased depth of wa ter near Caste Williams It la planned to reclaim about sixty acres from the bay The greater part of the rock now being taken from the New York rapid transit subway Is being dumped Into the bay for the purposes of this recla motion According to the plans which have ben perfected all the remnants of buildings left from the various regimes through which the Island has passed will be torn down in time The etruc tures which will take their places will skirt the Island all the way around it The buildings which will be used for quarters for officers and men will con form to the plans utilized for other posts recently equipped by the gov erument Each captains house occu pies just 10 much room and likewise as to the other officers It is planned that tho commanding officer of the department of the east who Is located on the Island shall havo quarters befitting his rank and that 4 modern building shall be erected for the headquarters thorn the easterly side of the Island will be a line of wharfs Great storehouses will be erected on these wharfs ti be filled with provisions In case of war 1 kijse piers will liable transports to take on and land troops arms and munition with the greatest possible speed The wharfs and stores will everyIUnited Stuns They will entirely vlate tho dittkultlos encountered dam lug tUtAar with Spain In the matte IrI receiving cud lauding troops stores At the preVitt time the Island ac commodatcy omy 100 men The new rorIpliLlqIcampment of full brlguuv In time of war or of it mobilization ofWppa for any purpose- Mending Umbrellas Sometimes alt umbrella that Begins to show tiny cracks and pinholes n ay bo mended at home Open the u Lrclla and hold it up to the light Mcndx the boles on tinS inside with black silk courtplaster cut slightly larger than the holes Sun umbrellas and parasols are more effectively mended in this way than umbrellas which sometimes require a repetition of the mending after being thoroughly wet PalmIstry Dp yon believe In palmistry Bobr Ido A 8yectflttlc Amateur palm fat held my hand forbaTf an hour the other evening and told me that 1 was going to fall in love In about twenty minutes and ask the lady to be mine jn ml bc ncceptod and the whQle thing came true before got out of the chalf ermoIiTt Barker I see MblHwitz tU going to- inarrytfnggie Shrewsbury dont envy latin but I suppose money talked Gruffley Hell iflnd that matrimony can talk too- BarkerAnd Infancy that alimony Syjll have something say before Iong- t a iBiiLE MAN HUNTS HOW CRIMINALS HAVE BEEN ChASED TO THEENDS OF EARTH l Benou Whit Ponc l a Slate PatH AKcnl Cb l1ttJusU ebyDendi Relentlesa jEncrcj of the Pclloc In Tracking Counterfeiters There have been many long pursuits of criminals great In the distance jtravjeled the obstacles overcome and the pcrslstepce ot he pursuing otilcers but that of SergeaWJwoodyof the Natal South Africa pollce Is doubtless a record breaker The man sought by Sergeant Wood was charged with embezzling largo sums qf money at Pie tertnaritzburg He got away from South Africa and went to New York Although the detective had informa Ion as to where his quarry was hid tog yet he Lad first to visit London to obtain the necessary extradition pa pers Then he hurried to America and with the assistance of the United States police ran down his man By the than he bad reached Marltzburg bad been traveling hrrd for nearly three months and had covered nearly 21000 miles of the sternest chases of recent lOne was titter Loys Darrell formerly sergeant In the Seventh United States cavalry Dnrrell enlisted at the begin ning of the SpanishAmerican war and distinguished himself nt Cuba There he fell In love with a pretty Spanish buyingfinery andmorderednHe then tied A detective named Dupuy was put upon the murderers track and finding n clew started for New Orleans Ho TOis right In his surmise that Darrell bfld gone there but when he arrived the bird had flown He had left on a British mule transport for South Afri ca Dupuy took train for New York fast boat for Southampton rushed by rail ricross Europe caught a boat of the German East African line and finally arrived at BeIra In Portuguese ilast Africa There he waited like n spider for a fancyinghImselfupon him Later on the detective deposited his prisoner safely in Castle William Jail In New York He had traveled in all 31000 miles and spent 4250 in the chase One of the most astonishing crlm inals England ever produced was a man named Benson who began oper ations in London with two confeder ates He organized a series of swin Cling companies in tile city while he himself pretending to be an Invalid lived In the greatest luxury In the Isle of Wight He pOscdas a great phi lanthropist was foremost in charitable works and went into tho very best society By dint of bribing certain officers of the law he lived for some years on the proceeds of his swindles But onO day the crash came He was arrested sentenced and got a long term In Portsmouth Jail No sooner was ho out than lie was at his old tricks again These culminated in Switzerland where he managed giIn the affections 0 f t n iiHfrOf rI p Ulcer Through her he In duced br father to trust him with the investment of his entire capital some 35000 Ho bolted with the money Chased across Europe a detective caught him at Bremen To avoid scan dal the victim promised not to prose cute It Benson would give up the money The latter did so and left for America Hardly was the vessel out of sight before it was discovered tho bundle of scrip the thief thatI handed oyer was worth at most SI Followed across tbo Atlantic Ben son escnped to Mexico where be made 5000 by passing himself off as Mme PatUs agent and ceiling forged con photoIbeard of In almost cvpry South Amer lean state before a clever New York detective ran him down in Rio after n two years hunt Even then he cheated justice Land ed In prison in New York he walked upstairs chatting amiably to his Jailer Suddenly he made a spring aud jumped clean over the banister He was picked up with a broken back and died that night The police never exhibit more relent less energy than in hunting down a coiner A coiners crime Is against government and so the whole forces of the state are against him The United States suffers far more fromI coiners than England does proportionately keen to run down such offenders Enrly In 1000 a man named Hastings was surprised in his workshop rom which he had Issued many thousands of small silver coins but hcl calItorssecret service men were put on his track The remarkable tact Is that Hastings never attempted to leave the states El If or ono of the detectives got a blot that a stranger was In the woods He took a blanket and some food and eurlyIinlag u bag of food Ellfer tracked him to his refuge and saw that the forger was nrmed He waited some distance away In hiding When night came Hastings came out with a dark lan tern and searched every bush near his hldlqg place At last be was satisfied and Went back So soon as EIITer felt sure the man was asleep Iii crept up and had the handcuffs on him before he could awake On the way to the Jail Hastings told hIs captor that be jlmd seen him on ten different occa pious and bad once in Cincinnati been within three feet of him In a theater Chicago Chronicle AStern Cnaae The Youth Yes Im in business for myself but dont seem to be able to meet with nay success YThe Sage Nobody ever meets with business young man He must over take itPhiladelphia Press Disturbed be Pence Sho disturbed my peace of mind Howry 1 Gave mka piece of hers Detroit Free Press DzyThen youlll Isnt acting well You suJre rom iljous AyersPillsFor 60 years they have been the Standard Famil Pill Small doses cuteAr dUlib Want yoor mom tacbe or beard 4 beau ml taotrnjpr rich black t Tbfume IUCINOHA1DEL i y E Commissioners Salei WASHINGTON dBOUTT COURT KY John M Hlgdon Admr ePJtl KEqntyEllenj By virjue of a judgeuieht and order OlrcultCo causeIthereof theCourt i on MONDAY AUG UST 25j 1902 thereaboutsbeingti eet busder at public Jction upon a followlngdescrlLed Washingt ld8Hnei 1S2 jto lot No 2 in line oNo 1 tnence S 3 E 24 poles to a stone corner 3 to polestopolestoreeonStatlonRunSI 14 43 12 to sugar and fallen ash trees corner Otto John Kelty thence S 85 1 2 E S3 36 poles to Beech tree near a fence corner 7 to SJKelty thence N 1S W 57 4 poles to a pin 9ak corner 6 o Mrs Graves thence N 83 E 6 poled lo strke corner 9 to Mrs Graves thence N 23 34 ROt 12 to tqhe Corner 10 toW Fields and Mrs Graves thence N 71 W 24 2 poles to stone corner 11 to W Fields thence N3 12 W 44 j poles to the be ginning containing 121 acres 2 roods polesFor price the pur chaseror purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bonds bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment and with a lien retained upon the land to secure he payment of said purchase money and interest Bidders will be requir ed to comply promptly witS these these terms SpecialCommls810ner Uadertrater FmlU The most conspl toii8 exau ples of plants whose train on only tiqiLj wafer nre furnlsheu by the specIes Vollisnerla spurns plants found most Iy in the south of Europe but also ciMtlytitcd elsewhere In aquhrlums The male flower Is short and insignifi cant while the femuK rows on a very long atem of corkscrtn shape and hat something of the earance of s snowdrop It floats u the surface of the water until till rortilization by means of the pollen is complete The spiral then contract Id the fruit is withdrawn under ttlu Crater to ripen Notable specimens of underwater rip cuing In England MV furnished by bladAenvorts and r cles of vHIs nerla known popul as the winter soldier Of mariiu its certluTn rletles of seaetC1J ibly thv red also ripen under t Pearsons Weekly The laKnrotiJ tf Naplca A century ag- o4i4WpIL o 1tz Neither disease aur want has illminicticd their number Their children dh si a fearful rate but ihere are man luspltals for the survivors and nelUionrd nor lodg ing costs them mu u ben at a ma ture age they an inied loose Int the world to becoui 7zarqnl in thcb turn like their uUklwg fathers and mothers What Is n lazzun er It amy be asked According to Collotta he Is a being ui lives bow he can witout working If he puts his hand to honest labor he Is no longer a lazzarone It njay be doubted whether the lax zarone will ever become extinct The rewinltatlon scum will not oust biut nor make hint cauuge his habits lie is more than half wbnt his climate makes him National Review A Church Lottery Ticket George Washington says tho Phil adelphia Record conducted the Moun fain Road lottery building a public highway with the profits and in an anteroom of St Peters churC1Jnt Third and Pine streets there hangs Iln a frame on the wall a ticket froth lottery that the church Itself conduct red The ticket Is dated 1765 and reads Peters Lotticy No 11750 ISt ticket entitle hearer to suchIIprizes as mny be daiwa against number If demanded in nine months after the drawing is finished subject to such deduction as Is mentioned in the scheme The slip of paper is two inches square and printed but the signature which is that of Henry Harrison I- swrittenTb amount of the lottery prize cost of the tickets and the good use to which the profits were tobeJof which theput are subjects yerger of St Peters is in ignerance Another Solomon A horse dealer In a Scotch townI having hired a horse to n solicitor 4le latter either tlrtihi bad usage or sonic other cause KJilcd the horse when the dealer insisted upon pay ment by bill if h tvcie not convenient to pay cash The lawyer hail io ejjectiontO grant a bill but said I mutt bat a long date The dealer told him to fix his own time when till man of law drew a promissory note laIking it payable on the day of judgment An action was rr ed when the so llcitor asked the ir eslding judge to look nt the bill Having done so IIt judge repUcdI The bill is perfY Jtly daud as this is the day of judgment I decree that you pay tomorrow Miss jGladys sold old Moneybags If my suit is not agreeable to you say so frankly but do not I beg of you tell me that old old story that will always look upon mo as afyou Sir replied time lovely maiden as her eye lit up with the deathless flame of a pure young hearts devotion do not love you wtll enough roco brother but I have no objection to taking you as a husband Arecnlfar Jntiuiieie Disease The Japanese IjLi the Chinese artJsubject to a pecuiitf disease called tlmotilfi kakke in which the i lent isi4he vic increasing lethargy and weakness and a slow degeneration a Ithe nervous Bystem Jtls said to duo to eating rice which is the stapI food of the country mind can bo nmc located if not cured by a change of diet London HospitaL A Tiresome Story hIs 1Whtlts1I J flAflI 1 T ont7 ake Pillj 1Dowels but regular action cannot be secured UVtC secretes epough bilo to make The UllUletheexecute their natQral furictlwis fU ural agitation caused by catharticsI continual and Increasing doss to attain the results ai4r oIDpdaI Inlifer cuM CUMi and Fever and ray l m eT Malarial Bilious I 1ttLc and fator sitting Fevers and by fetaf I JM seat ii the trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CEHT S OTTLL QrIIX I1IO4i4AN11N1IANTER Ai Arbpshreaca4by theCo on ftc ichiiae runs wo raInshday fro M iliph toTexas l wihlTo4 direc6ormakeclosebqnnec change Nhese kt t al o s ci s cc reahm ra I k I If want to 0 boeiii whera crops are IeprosperwrIteaedsoteebookletweal sad ThrouglT swiSh shybodycondition r Lu sviile HdranflSt Luis R iiw I I LQ W RATEiS- TOTMEt f li W ESA t Tickets on S fcle 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