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TuwI1vLU1H1L jP New lriMV lIi No34 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON KENTUCKY AUGUST 28 1902r jitdoAYE B t J i it OUR DUrECTtJRY r 1Y J 1IP fOfCFIKLD eoMty seat of WMfchHrteti Co Bty 51 mlfec sowlh- iiwit tfN et 1A HHrt m S9 mite jlfcfifti Ue B rthwK Wa lro1t1j JJ gij ijjli 1Mi 3tUkTaU raUro iIuira HacrlttHal district ii Tw ltaBfaftlHnritpk 4 tetefoae IXpr c hvMilk lumber r yuiik PIaeifleQpo1at1 o1 Mty ISWt l XprNttIve1CpgreaHoiiL f JMk uWeKy JUprMcattY JaKeatacky Legis tatarc HM G A DoboBey JiIepcUyci StateSeaat Hon it LPiicyr CaipbeflvIfle Ky r tty IMctry 24w i CIRCUIT COURT 3tr tettitecis the forth Yf MMy i Tefcrary ayad Octo NI C X PattespH Judge WMSwe ey Commonwealth At liffcty f ikc1Jeit Clerk Tlww A Medley Master Jpommiss t QUAieriiRLy COIKT r li t kCetrt held otj the third iIi Diday1iieaconth J I4tseyJudge 0 OUNTV COURT co4Iaty Court meets on the fourth f cr rfoHdayia each sdh t f JlLLitseYt1 ge t Wi Booker County Clerk T8Maye County Attorney George Catlett Jailer tJByrou Croakc Sheriff 4 Richard Isham ttidaey Osborne 4fJtn tunica Deputies r XdMastew J esF Moore County Snrvevor Jr 1lloyalty Asscvsor TPOBryan Deputy Jtofeert Noe Treasurer JM jfontgomery Coroaer t tL CITY COURT 4 Ja aeaRNpe Police JudgeeI i rJuH Grace Maiahal ifIW Dj Clay rookro City Attorney f r A JUSTICE COUxtT v Justice Court are fceld in Jauuax7a tjzii3u1yadOctobern t t Church Dlrticteryi i4f BAPTIST CBURCII1 4i Iley George W Swope Pastor Ser l1 iices every Sdayat II am and 730 pmis itd School at 839 Prayer J Meeting on Wednesday night at 730 t K1 METHODIST CHURCH Rev LP Stiles Pastor Service mthe First aad Third Snudaysin each t Hidath atll taiUnd 730pm Sun SChOOl every Sunday atlO1U Prayer fmeetiag every Wednesday iti cATROLIccRURCH l iRey PF Henneasav Pastor Ber- Ttcas every Saaday at 8 aUO oclock o tjp Services at St Rose same hClinc iJ CHRISTIAN CHURCH RerH T Lloyd Pastor Services s co d aad fourth Sunday hi each I o ih1 a3 Frattrmal Ordersd IlMASONIC LODGK SfKiagfleidloJg eiiKq S0eets second 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Zit faik I H iW Gt Sigi I i tfS U r f A Ro fta l= tIIIIi JIIi 1he4ildN KiIkt A sUm young knight in golden mall Came rfding down theffeld Of yellow metal was his lancei 1Andy1 That danced upon the breeze And yellow too the silken xrurl That rippled to his knees He l1a1edby a silverl stream And in the moonlight pale The chilly dew likejeweteshpne Upon his gleaming maUsi Jr A wind that told of coming frost Hiaeaffron feather shook And sent the red October blood In showers upon the brook But all along the eastern sky A Winding glory ame- AsmorilngrobedthehlIlswlth light And crowned thewoods with flame Andwhere I saw the golden knigHt jtogUttering armor pass Aslender spray of goldenrod Was tilting with the grass Minna Irving in September Wamans Home Companion m HEJi TORSE Thd breeder good horses should have little tofear concerning the futureof the horse if present reeling std the popularity of that useful animal continues In spite of the advent of the auto- mobi1ean other horseless car riages which ifc was predicted would rolthe horse of his job the indications are that the de maud for fine horses was never greater than at present A writer in one of the leading live stock journals remarks that never have so many rich menii been acively engaged in the col lection of large stables of show horses and never wast the 4esi e to win so strong The man who owns a horse good enough to go out and wn a ribbon about every time shown can get for him a price that would have sounded ridiculous a few years go The dealers find that they iut use far more money than they were eyer required to us before in their business Ani this is of course directly tbltEe advantage of the breeder first last and all the time He reaps the benefit Many new men will be seen in the arena at the great shows this year There hastnever been a time when the horse was in as much favor in this country QT IJCCESSFUL Reports from 3all of the fairs held so far throughout the state show large crowds in attendence and good exhibitions This is evi dently a good year for fairs and i and the reason is easy of expla nation Farmers have seldom experienced a season wherein they have more cause tobeihappy They are now enjoying l delightfu combination of con and one which dont often oCcur and that is big crops and high prices for products ItI s generally the rule that a big crop yield is accompanied by low prices and vice versa but- this year things appear to be- Coming the farmers way and unless he is like the old fellow who when blessed with a bigIl rop one year grumbled and re marked that ih was powerful hard on his lund the averaget farmer should be in a good state of mind Another cause for the success of the county fairs this season is the greater interest that is being manifested in the raising of fine live stock Horses are bringing fancy prices and the fine breeds of cattle and other blooded stock are illde mand at high prices The Spring field fair which begins Sept 10th promises to be one of the best ever held in the county and should be liberally patronized iJRT WORK The county jAu Magistrates who are now the road superintendents for their espective districts have opened the fall work on turn pikes and report good progress The new system of letting out this vrorkhy contract it is thoughti will be more satisfactory than the oldway and result in quite a saving to the county as it is estimated that the work nbe hauled and spread much cheaper than under the old system Itf the county couid manage some WY to get a rock crusher and putit to WQrka Various points lI1 ft t i t1 Ie f throughout the county the roads coudbo kept up As it is the apprppriation winnotgo Jar enough to keep the roads in first I class condition but it s thought that If every A payer will iake an interest and lend a hand that the work done this year will go far towards keeping the roads from going down any more tICKING There Was a good deal of kicking on County Court daysrecently against the town authorities for breaking up the horse swapping gang that usually conduct operations on JOCKey Row on court days The last grand jury indicted the town trustees for permitting a nqi sance in allowing he horse swappers to tike posessirm of that end of town There was nothing left then for the trustees to do but to order operations to cease Now the jockeys are kicking at the trustees anaat the town They should direct their kicks at the members of the last grand jury or the citizens who made complaint before that body The truth is the town trustees and town business men aont want to dp anything fo interfere with the country people who come to town to trade or to horse swap Jockey Row has become a decided nui lance however to the residents in that locality for instead ef devoting tile time to horse swap ping many of the members of the crowd took occasions to fill up on mean whiskey and get decidedly disorderly f200 Reware The readers of this paper will be pleased know thatch eae is at least one dread5d disuse that science nas been able to cures in all its stages and that Is catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure blown to the medical fraternity Catarrh jn lt ivtnl rtU re requires a cuii iiuitkui rji ji6 flu CnUrrh Cure is tuketiUuterualiy iag eotlyon the blood and mucous surface ui hj sys tem thereby destroying the foundation ot the disease ad Riving the patient strength by building up the constitution and tli re by ossletlng nature In doing Ituwo rh- roprietors have so much faith in its curo ive powers that they offer one hundrnd dollars for any case that it falls to ctitxs Send for list of testimonials Vddresa F J CHENEY Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 75 oenU His Family Fills are the best PkyslclM healed Dr George Ewing a prominent physician of Smiths Grove Ky for over thirty years writes his personal experience with Poleys Kidney Cure For years I had been greatly bothered with kidney and bladder trouble and eu largmentof prostate gland I used evcrvthirtg known to the profession withont releif until I commenced to se Foleys Kidn d Cnre After tat ing turec bottles I was entirely re lieved and cured I prescribe it new daily in my practice and heartily re commend its use to alll physicians for such troubles I have preset ibed it in hundreds of cases with perfect suc cess Sold by Wood Drug Co Joss Look at berIWhence came that sprightly step faultless skin rich rosy complexion smiling facetShs looks good feeis good Heres her sjacret She uses Br Kings N ew Life Pills all organs ac tiye digestion good no head- acheS uo chalice foi blues Try them YOU olf OnlY 25a at CtJ Uaydot drug store lei Captured Coia Thbtnbury aged sixteen and another young girl named LenalPembleton escapad from the Lexington Reform School the fitBtof the week The for mer was arrested by Air T A Doakj Superintendent of the School l of Reform and brought to Lepanon and placed in jaiL Mr Ioak then went to Lisletown Green county in search of the othert young lady who it was thought took refuge with rela tivesin that vicinity Cora says she iil from Union courityand an orphan and that she was sent away by some mean relatives who wanted her out of the way Replying to the question what woul l they do with her when she was taken back she s idHthey will treat me roughly and I will be bqhind iron bars there just as I am now in this jail lam nearly grown and I have seen those cruel officers whip girls as large as lam There is PT7irdness in me rOo lied on and sent there for nothing where I will have to remain until I am twenty This isa second time I have espaped I got as Jar as Georgetown the first 0Wednesdatime Lena ured OneBothablLexingtonwayEnterprisea Shatter sail Record ghost Twice in hospitalFAGullege Verbena Ala paid a vast sum toml doctors to cure a severe case of night piles causing 24 tumors When could all failedBuOklCnsAroIca Salve soon cured him Subdues Inflam mat ion conquers Acnes kills a Pains Best salve in the World the 25c at OLHaydons Drug Store grew fell WANTEDplacWe would like to ask through the colunns of your paper if there is any person who nas used Greans August Flower for V tne cure of Indigestion lyspeping and sia and Liver troubles not been cured and we also than tneir results such as sour tot stomach fermentation of food not ahddyspepsiafeelings sleeplessness in factthe anv trouble connected with thee nessstomachlffamily cine has been sold for years in a dIIwehwish correspond withvou andw y send you one of our books freed of cost if you never tried Augcros ust Flower try cne bottle first We have never knonn of its point failing Is so something more when erious is the matter with you host Ask your oldest druggists uneasily YoTheshould One night as the devil satscurl alone the thldstofhis placcrazythe difference in guilt between takingj thML and the all around liarthQu his memory turned to the scenes nervous of his youth and his eves filled with hut boiling tears so he uj took down his l osityedaooutyou sixthOusand I makhethrough the book Im doing that the best I can for business nandever since the creation alfat of wan Ive crihbed tewharvestaffability and should be cont nt with theuyield and give my opponent i permission to have the gleanings voice I lea ve in the field Ive gather hiddeddeclsmerchaitsI i oretI Ve bound politicians in bun ay thedies until the ends of my fingers stayare sore Ive fiddlers gamblers mind and insurance men Ive mur youderersIfilled up my furnace with green thepopulists goutductors and doctors t6 spare company Ihorse traders and preachers to ducted spend republicans democrat fewtortesasleethreohour there is one class Im happy to all itssay can never gain entrance Was here their souk are so dirty Im hand sure that tney would demoralize coulhellI thething neither human nor beastii the carrion crow of tbe storidhead who never is happy unless he trolcan feast on the wreck of an infram nocenLgirlti million of years andinThing slanders would never atone so I hand give him a match and advisewas him to start a select little hell ofH his own With his fingers he lit than an asbestos cigar and placinga lon his book on a shelf mutteredness nessImovable ivri some reso c for roys lf 1 in Cob tipation impaired digestion and a torpid liver are the most com mon ailments tlia are responsible Iedbine rill cure constipation it improv estbe digestion and arouses the liVer to its normal activity Price 25 cents at CJ Haydons I had diabetes in its worst form writes Marton Lee or Dunreetb Indj I tried eight pejsieiana without relief Obly three bottles of Poleys alKidneipanaSold byWood Drujf CoAw Ken icKyJ Fair Dates Bardstown September 28 Elizabethtownj SeptenS Springfield Senff Glasgow Ew edi12- dm fefr 1018 aptimbe iI 1kg Bptnbr 1111 irSepteniberid 11 1b2 GHOST STORY =AVelera Priest rend a Clam my Hini ONkls foreheai n tbg train from LouisvJlle evening last week a vener itsei to Washington county told w companions the following story Orcei when 1 was on i aftiOnQI came upon me before I tic witb my tired horse reach thomet small store at the crossing of roads The weather too thr ate ing as darkness and 1 looked about for a age until tIPitanceEvidently it was from a housOto I felt certain that by observ ov closely I would find a lane or and pathway leading from my road the e house And in this I was No mistaken It was a steep ctm a rough ascent but I reached of house and was welcomed by te family with great gracious They were evidently a es of much refinement and of ent means and the question they should remain in such p6desls my mind and I was on the of expressing my surprise Salt I was prevented by my addressing me Moving in his chair he said u may wonder sir why I choose to live in so obsn e and seemingly desolate a and e Imagine my surprise at his mi up the very course of my ghts fee began to grow tob but presently he continued Salt shall not gratify your curiLahowever but shall surprise to even more perhaps and ger e myself seem as rude as my surroundings by saying to you I sincerely hope you will the nght at my house was thunderstruck This once Irom my host whoa moments before was all f My dear sir I began buthe They interrupted me shortly and io a tremulous fromsome strong of l ei emotoin said simply but as whevlysir our house is haunt d istry room where you have to den especially so if you dont facing strange experiences are welcome sir their felt relieved The sight me road Itthe weather ail made there lad to have sheltereven in in with ghosts in which believed but little I was con in tomy room find after aha short prayers was soon fast has p I do not know at what pie of the night it was but in tised blackness and suddenly I the awakened by a cold clammy very upon my forehead It ba d be nothing but a hand lJ damp fingers traced each its line uf cold upon my fore and despite my self con years a tremor ran through my e1I reached out to right forty left to find the person or whose hand lay like the gr of Death upon me There ot nothing there Imagine it a haye d alone Thee it was and ce it did not move a Hand rideutiofupon my forehead Was affright Well let me finish they their have Coughedpe Ipe 1tiDforI1tiD Sixty yrs of cures n4 such testimony the have taught u iI1doiv 1 niypectoral 4vt View its the great etfcourfi remedy cwr saymltoor Theres cure in every nsJlc KM r= r JoA wr IIcouldIII raised my right arm land seized the clam my thiugand In removing it froiri my rtUyftjuniJ ChdQloodhadjI1 position and it was cold Nelson Record I Reduced jOoJ A er until October 311902 the VIsI1JSln Oeh peeketsfromohlcago maltaQJ andthe boaJHmblsrt greBtly reduced es For detailed information qnlreof nearest ticket agent or ad with rlKtBnildlngtlnclnnatl outnballWIs4wort Summer Trip Unsur never on the Continent who The trip to Salt Lake City or doing the Pacific coast via that pointer than the Denver Rio Grande there the Rio Grande Western is church most beautiful in America close European trip of equal length your compare with it grandeur and scenery or wealth of novel In dont rest ThenBalt Lake Pity it statue UtIsamoSti quaint and pictur open que place and well worth the for purney Its Morman temples pay Godlchurch institutions its ho su paying springs within the city hm When iildelightful temperature keep sunny climate and its Great you Lakedeader and denser Can MalJerenontakThere are parks drives canons beaatiful outlying mountains J lake resorts Imagine if areUthleand water in which you cannot sink Inquire of your nearest ticket the agent for low tourist rates to and Lake City or writafor in and mation and copy of Sale lie City the city of the Saints lIm f3X Hooper generalpassen be agent Denver Colorado Syrup t4ed Pastors The Rev David Burner cheaingperjReverr3vlll are two otthe most remarkable men ir the state inKsecondare now the ninety j man life and are as sprightly as they were eeventy yeara ago en they first entered the rain one choosing the Christian IstominationDayJMaysectarian and liberal are they in views that they often hod therefore seetingsAn is just one days difference their ages and both having labored the some lengh of time the vineyard of the Lord they Will ve had the same results Each will s united more than 5000 peo Wilt in matrimony and has bapWill about that number wuile funeral orations correspond closely to the number of ptislins Mr Bruner is the created pealthepastor of that church for sixty lessly Mr May is the father of his twelve living children and has sockets grandchildren fif teec great and grandchildren and seven great as h aat grandchildren Neither fcr the venerable men of God Conner ever been on board a train but each has B ways traveled on the horsebacK Mr May having once the den BOOmiles in sixteen consec L- vedavs During the ministerial career of these longlote have persislantly accept any compensation for and services though lange sums tive been offered them They bye now spending the remainder Jar iheir lives in quiet de and in ace living with their children the d Krandcbiidrent rarely ever or pond ingt0 thenUn ero us t n ey have to prech acesflaiivilr f tat othE r Advocate 1t it IICrea1a sJ oldfrlen4 i n a new form It l n litbeneI for th partiul SlreQ catart h jot u er rstrQns yl usedQaCa0mt5trr in apiayil1 are Al1 the ainenibranes ofc qualiticheallhgarVCta ii Cream Djioesn0t d1UP tUe prepcrabo1JFn e h1clu ing8pra1sng cenls Solc1by IEly Brol St- ubc7 Warren 5tliY ftvwa 1 Wl lftl D 4L the food 1SOYALl New Religion Needed ust at thiq time the country ds a new religion that will who ke a man pay his debts save Hat Methodist Advpcatev Shout Ingdont settle the old accontari God orman We bOunce Levi tinto a fellow and put him of the church ifhegbes to a or a theatre but neyersay ami d to a pious scamp who we pays his debts People took do not pay their debtsTare the church more harm Go dances or drunkenness for hil are more of them in the bart Reader are we getting to you Then lay flown to paper and go and pay up read On with ease And gate stop paying because the town of limitations exoa es the Ga account which you made her bread or meat You must it in fire and brimstone Br kno s no such excuse for as hpmesteBd example and you raise that excuse towe from paying your debts ipf can stop singing When I Rad My Title qlear to Lev sions in the Sky Youve B eup tbeleLthtAUTEONII pThistElawbennot to purchase for 75 cents only remedy uniyersally pains that has hadthe valarestsalworld since 1868 forthe cure treatment of consumption Throat and rang troubles poputy thankful we called your at niionJ There are so many or that b1ThdruRgip and good for light colds ed Kiapsnchitis Croup and especially ii teqdiffic11herduringSyrup SOdbV alldrug cine cpiGi r antSiXyTrialhe record of Painkiller Perry dosmade to sell upon the great rep utatioaof tbe genuine becatiousl whenyou as1cforaboUre e that you get the genuinema unf alllug remedy for botigha eold andbronchiileeFeleys kidN CUre ton intcnrecure Diabetes and cure stone in Bladder 4 Ma cure Kfdue and Bladder Djseas moMay Considerable commotion was this mor4ing by the ap cityi auce of a mad dog upon the year ets of the toWnl He rstn aim Mrs through streets and alleys tthat dull eyes bulging from their the frothing at the mouth snapping blindly at objects e passed He wasehQsed some time by Mr George and later by Mr Phillips her they failed in the hunt as sion dangerous animal escaped bor completely stead aterhe was found lit the rOar rigsb Cots warehouse ciri rehestood beneath a wagon ea e still inking nl the mouth we pawing the eartli like a res pa horse He vfas shot here Mr Guy GrigsbyP thsha1Marshal Coyleeputdeatiyer alsoC in 0 it is the general the dog ha4 4rables 1JUon that some think be had beenl- S1tho etter ed IIow vert9 csidoasb1rC i e on l whilst reds a ul rribIelaYand all do gs at- hould be notice4rfully ths season of tC yearReCcti- tThrcat rhocet a was trouuic audw11b d c011t for a sear st rdapltioni W nYl Cbampaign Iii j 1rledagrc the car cot- remidles and I wasIbicia t ol 41cis ra honey 84- cd one I red ia and I Taj beensinee SoWby ftft- D ig Co J t iifr MUN OWDIR IM tothere Took a Bridal Trip Some days ago William CMT lives near Rose Hfil told hett Board a lc of sheep receiving tfieiri check for 3485 d made Uiyableto his fsAher Casey Hip cedLbp check in adraweruntflhe coufi urn it ovejr to the old gentle n but Thomas Gabbarb who rked for him It is allayed the check came here and bought a 12 suit clothes from etz SPmers they giving m the difference in cash Gb then hired a horse and a buggy from Givensand went Charlie flungates on Handy pike MissDplly H was preparing tp coao jfora spool of thread j hhartLtOld her he would bring in and take her back She assented arid the twoarveto uthfld She remained ther- euntlbe could IP toDanyill secure license ana the two re married and lleJuxtmora left ftr Card wen Ill TheJcheck bore the endorsement of Casey which he claims is forgery and he has swonout warrant tot G bbarts arrest on at charg1 and the vfrit is is- ssessmonor Sheriff Cbinn rrodsburg Herald 7 For digestive veaknessaervousBes in the side flatulence dizziness kefulness headache and other an thg accmpanlent9of costivness Herbinejs a prompt and uneqaeljed remedy Price cents C J Haydom MITu4tL For years I suffered unt- sery from Bronchitis HIJ B Johnson fBtrnltton Ga often I was usable ta work en when everything else fait Iwas wholly cured by Dr ngsNew Discovery for con sumption My wife suffeied Im sly from Asthma till it cured and all our experience gOes show tfc is the best crobp iedi in the world A trial will vince you its unrivaled for folit and lung diseases Guar eed bottles j50e ahd fllOO bottle free at 0 J Hayi s drugstore tv flltle Considerable excitememt WI nifest4 here Surlavwhen1t came known that Mr Sam Whayne and Miss Agnes Johns had eloped All efforts to- erceptthem proved fruitless they were marriedby Father key at the Cathedral im CUv cihnati at 11 oclock Moodajr rning Mr Whay e i li ears old ahd a son of MrjtJJ A Whayne who resides neertwl4c His bride is the lovely17 old daughter of Mr4 ahd Henry Johnson It MjaIthe principal objection to wedding was the tender years of the cpufractibg partiof Sunday morning Mr Wkaynei accompanied Miss Johnwra to church and upqn th ir retura to home they secured perMis to go to the homeof a Mica to spend the day Bat1i they drove tm eakk iaiid boarded the noon train for Oil nati They returned Oaittie rly trainTueedavorujnt- nt to the QftbKw rent- where the7WlOm Ptb open rfId recetYSt- e parental forgtVea5 frlessingTheiraU iattheir married lifeIW Falcon lni t wOClt ofiibe PCstSPsweat aHtha37 PeY Dvit Ut present All Qwet tflMIbIeII taIrtiioJ cla t by PAMIk are everCt tHp1BlnfcV fJf wiS5jM aeIaC IMperti st1s1 t 0 ytttke r at cJ lIaY L 1 THE NEWSLEADER FCUUBXD SVXKY 7KDMBAY3 L k tl A YEAR IN ADVANCE- r i 2 PRINGPIELDIY i t1 q1 LDA VS6N Ir EDI7CiR L PuLIs tsf L r tiiai or b1UI3 oUcCS IOCEMPCT J2a asartLch chDolt o ito 1nI perJla ILT J 3r fcsJsTo atllow rates but cash i t1Ie pIodeIIvcrY of goodshpA teMstMg comtracta 9r 3MtiMrMaBd resolutions of respect 3 toAdalwCMty Siajdstrates 35OII tytlce18 500 I 04trtctOces leX 1 THURSDAY AUGOST28 11021 1 ftFor Circuit C1crk r Jar th- e1eof aalhorized to announce MPls acUdIdate fOr the office of Clerk erMtbjeottb the action Demo ewitlo party A news item from Frankfortp says that prompt action js to be takea by State officials to pre vent the proposed merger of the Louisville and Nashville railroad and the Southern Railway in Kentucky Gov Beckham yes ti 22terdy addressed a letter to Chairman McChord of the Rail rod Commission calling his iattentton to the provisions of the State Constitution forbidding the consolidation of parallel and s competing railway lines imnd A urging that the commission make investigation ssto the proposed merger Chairman g t McChord replied saying that ia V7tborough investigation would be i wij i ject had already ben discussed by the commissioners Later Mr McChord and Gov Beck ham held a conf ri n tand tit fj was annOunCet tsconc sion that a meeting wo early next week t r Beckham has issued a j Labor Day proclamation arid re ii ilJt t quests That Monday September 1st be observed asa holiday i tr A LCkTMeet1 lrtl Somo years ago a young London so 1 UcitorIn order to win the girl of Ills 4 choloV carried out a task Which nilwTR 1 kv but those of unusual couragii wrpuld i have shirked The lady rejected his attentions od the ground that sh- ivouldbnlymarrytliemanyrhonndert ft jt90Ic to bud her brother whoshad left rtJ rr homo some pars previously and re t stoce him to her niothertAs the runaway had been last heard of In a South American copper mine iri the solicitor had no Important clews to nlel hiin in his work NeTcrtheless 4 pocketing a photograph he gave up 1 his business and set Qui nlytota I turn to England In despair when two r years were over and he lied come to r tho cud of his resource without sue cess But just us he was leaving a London terminus n nian passed him hi the street who boro a small rcsem blance to the photograph and he in q lred his name Judge of his aston thatJlie was the Individual hi question and the reunion of the family was followed A r J Rhortly afterward by the admittance A of the solicitor as a fully qualified ki t member aJt Preaki of Lagnoge- aA pecnUar kind pf blundering knov t t as folk etymology Is responsible for iv k IOme of the queerest freats of Inn t guag An easy example will make V this clear says Harpers Magrcinc Our American word carry li tOla- Skmd of vehicle is not a compoiind of carry and llbnt a slight distor tion of the French carriole a dimin ottve car Jhe change was made in i c obedience to the universal tendency to asslmUate the unk11wnto the known to make words mean something by as I J eoclatlng them with others which they resemble hi eouud Often there lis no I etymological relation between the t words associated as when sparrow grass Is made out of asparagus This particular corruption was once in such good colloquial use that Walkeri the XlcdgrapherV wrote Sparrowgrass is ao general that asparagus has an air t f tlffsas A Precedent Kstabllihed A Methodist clergyman in the uPferportion of the city encountered a Celt 3Crl 4ito the wall of tho church Iii an effort to utilize the coping ae a shield from ir thtfSfetornu t t Come Inside said the clergyman S cheerily Voull be outottilewet and you can have a seat while you re a waiting for It to clear 1 No thank JesnSd the Celt em d phatlcally Olll not gorinta th house i uv me inlmlear Well thats rather harsh answered I wastl mlesr r Yis he did that assented the celt 1thplria Times VjAScary elCkarle Reade j tiJkarlesMatthews was fond of telling a story of Gljarles Rondo when the cur iWt talnteUat ttte old Queens theater in r t dOU8l1 a pronounc i allure called ahadcgdin dlvl d the audience from the author it Iffho stood on thelIta e hakiag his J Bt at tfeiavftlbfe foe stilliMftUiic bias d ri i Jr aM IK jteMtlliMiM jaiseti saying j t brfenwliiatetei HJwa iteU 1 teach Zbs rtcar ae2L 1 r T frtf WNHIWh eiM W etf ttrfn s fltoh mI X News Fmirji The Gaunt 11l Ii II- l Happening Atnon the County People l r as Reported by o Correspondents jji 5 lu rtNVJGK The burg iis on a boom baMrMrs Ella Montgomery and her ildren span tSundayj with Mrs banRpgStanley Rcjgefshad the mist fortune la lose a very valuable rsO one day last week Rev R L PiUrdomf preached a large audience here Sun eyeningr Mrs Sam Settles and children visited week relatives in Marion last Mrs Naomi i Fenwick visited Mrs A L LUgey Saturday and SundaySMisses Myrtle Logsdou Jenny Settles were thguestsf of the isses Fenwick Sunday Mr l ndMrsJ N Cull visit d Mr and Mrs Dee Noel Sattu rdayapdSundact Mrs Sarah Logsdon spent Saturday and Sunday wirhlAvirs WF Logsdon j Misses Verna and Lena Rogers Annie Irogsdon Messrs Edd Bowles Walter Adams and John Shewnjaker spent Sunday even ing with Miss Lena Logsdon Gajsburg boys played a game of base Ill with Tick Creek boys Saturday evening Gass burg was defeated by 16 But cheer up boys there will c me a time Mr Bpn White of Decatur 111 ISii visiting relatives in this coun Mr Elvin Adams of Texas speit Sunday at his home hear heie Mrs Joe Thompson was in our village Saturday Miss Zilpah Roe of Mac yme as the guest of the Misses Adams Sunday and MondayI reIturnedtires here R v P F Hennessy tilled his ointtnetJner last MOORESVILLE Born on August 16 to the wife of Wm Buckman a 12 I- beilS The infant child of Clem Curt ingerofSs Louisville was interred at Ttockbricrge cemetery lastI ek MISS Bessie Comstock of Rich mmd Ind and a charming and attractive young lady has return ed home after a lengthy visit to the Misses Oroake of Croakes vile Mr Irvine Mann of Booker llost itwo valuable cows last week with a disease callud black leg E G Boblett and Jeff Smith sold to Mr Eli Mavfield a tract of land containing about seven acres fJr30 per acre Poses sion given Dec 25 1902 Mrs Ella Pile and Miss Ella Carrioo visited fndnds here last week Our boys played he Hillsboro boys in a game of baSe ball last Saturday Score 2 tol in favor of Willisbur Return game will be played here next Satur day Everybody attend Jas I Royalty purchased of Ham Pile 30 shoats at 5 per head Robert Croakeis hulling clover He has a nev Nero Huller and isdoing grand work Tobacco cutting is going onat a brisk rate Most or it wili be housed in September Several of our people took in quarterly meeting at Mt Zion last Sunday Mr J M Lynch bought an 8 year old gelding from Jas Royalty Price unknown Messrs Jas Benedict and Otis Settlesemployed by the L N spent last Sunday and Saturday at home near here Maekville 6 Milton Sweeney boughtb small farm containing 35 acres of Frank Hensiott for 19 per acre Possession Jan 1 Miss Ora Russel of Seymbre Jndois visiting relatives and friends here J H Robinson and Co our millers bought 60 bushels of wheat of Thompson and Green your townat75 cents Taylor Gay10t Winchester bought several bun bes of 1000f pound cattle and of different parties at5 cents J T Watts sold two offpound 1101S to Gr mhSJSJJI iJ k t lI lI Saundertf ofSt Marys att 712 cts and bought a bunch of 150 Ib ogsi fW X MatherlyatBetS Of HL Watts 120 pound bunch at 7 cts also a 70 pound unch of Ike Bailee at 7 cents dasnfallIIarmjof40 acres toMrSarah Freeman for 1250 Posessipn J nil Also bought of i T C Vbtalw a farm of 80 acres for 1200 possession Junil RevEP Couch sold a house and lot ot 4 acres in Mackville to Jj H Bottom of near Stewarts vine at 1400 We are very very sorry to hear ho has sold and hope that we WjlKnot lose such an estimable brother and family from Our community Married Jast week William Garner of Wabash and Miss Lee Paddbrf at her home near tlOW BroL Purdom offi oiatt a ndappyJiteS jGartwrishfs Greek Mr James E Smith sold to Terhune one mule for e33 JJames Q Bryan bought a mare and colt from the trust company for65 AJrthur Blanford of Louisville iis vjisiting friends and relatives of this place Miss Mary Rose Thompson oi Louisville isvisiting Miss LaVitfaCeciLof Cecil ville Miss Flora Smith from near Raywick is spending a few weeks with her brother of this neighborhood Misses Lossie and Mary Rose Fiejds of Bear Wallbw speni Sunday with the Misses Carrico also several others too numerous to mention Mr Tom Simms sold ten mules to Mr Offutt of BloomfieJd Price unknown Silyes er Smith bought dna horse county court day in Springfield Miss Malissa fowling iis iendmg nuT week with Lee Smith andfahlily James OBryan sold a mule colt to Mr Terhune forf2750 Hillsboro 1 Prof Homan closecija very successful singing school here Sunday Mr G H Ballard and eharm ling daughter Miss Katie off Pleasant Grove attended church here Sunday Mrs Mary Gbatlev and chI dren of Louisvilla arg spending several weeks with Mr and Mrs Zack Leach man MIs Martha Shewmaknr has returned from a visit to friends iin 0arrard county Mr and Mrs John Leachtnan a have returned from i pleasant visit with relativesli Danville Mr and Mrs John Davis of Bardstown are the guests off George William and wife Mr Pat Brewer and daughter Annie Brewer ef tfairfteld have returned home wfter a visit to the formers laugh er Mrs Julia Leach man Ruy EzrsS8htrlmd of Wayside is the guest of his father Thomas Sutherland Mrs David Fitzgerald who has hen dangerously sick is eon val scenL William Mcllvoy pf Pari III is visiting bin mother Mrs Lucinda Mcllvoy Died on the 7th inst Mrs Janli Noel of cancer She was inter iPeasafltUrovecemetery to her ashes Owl Greek As I have been absent for sev era weeks Iwill againi jot few uems down v Farmsrs around hereii1 Jbe buny cutting tobacco next week Mr J y Washburn and fan ily1 of Nelson conuty visited their sister Mrs J M Montgomery lost Saturday and Sunday l Mrs Catherine Mattingly of Mclntire visited the family of Robert Mattinglv last week 4 We had a good ram here last Wednesday night Auj dstSQ and the creejc came dovvir pist ford jhg taking all the vyatergaps as it wend I f lilissesS Minnie and B tti Kflat tioglyitwp of the prettiesti tfti tIl most popular youtjg JtvW 6f tttins neighborhood atfeutfed church at WillisburgilaSlun J day Btp Simm of WiHisburg fill b d MM i ednis rdgular 4ppoiSitment ilisborolastH Sunday l YI L SBURj rtBori to the wife ot Mr Fred Grriderawihjt daughters on last theIpIl I mwID WellsCecil and Lester gibbs tended the tawre n burg fair Ial ust week All report a good faiandagood timethThe ice cream supper that wus given las t Tuesday night at the home of C R Cheatfiam was a success and theiumOf25 wal realized The proceeds went towdrds papering the Cbrjstian church at this pi ice Mrs Wvs G bbs of this place visited Mrs J I Scarcy f vur town last weeknMss Judrf Durrett returned to h sr home in Bloomfieldn Quite a number of people 01S this jplaco attended church both att Nit Zion arid RocUbridpe st S undaySThere is a series ol meting in progress at Rockbridge thisiweek conducted by Eld Sumers Your writer was requested tolsay jlhat there was 3 match game o f base ball on last Saturday ie fvering3y ule and WUli burg boys Score stood 34 to 17 in favor of Willis burt Messrs Graves Sharp and Cull of Mackville have just com pet d a job of papering for the church at this place with which every one is pleased iThe Authova Iovrer Everybody knows thathi a novel a coni juiihice persctn may be made in t liiK by a dclibcn patient ex ixtsiiibii of his various traits precisely ap tl iui kiirn to Hk very nniatcr esliiitr In real It dream Etnas platv them d u tter day a our n lik YIio of F4 would not grow Impatient with L early chap toraof Th Novc ans for itstitaiecC rr TlK iitqtI Ifdt toitrnitliknow Tliifbushac luiiLlhatt every que of tiltso rutiim iiplace people wHl Ciiiitrlbute Ponutlir the end to tlu total effect Aid tii xvhere the grail uul jdevt loiui nt ut ciufntctcr nitlier thai tile Uiir ponr of character Is the theiue of a novelist as so fre qiuiit with Gconriv Eliot how color Imay be the ptrs inJity at the out Ktt how iiiirrow uilmugc of tlnught and pxpiM portrayed Yet In Gtorjfe Kiltita own words these com ni lw pmplj have a conscience ud have fit tin siililluie proiuptluga to do the painful right They take mi dignity from their ntorni struggle vlmtlicr the struggle inds In victory or d fcnt ry an Inihilte number of sulitle touches they are uiado to grow tad fhaiifti before uurvyes like living fdeoiniting things Atlantic Row Cinder Are Formed1j TIll joint cause of gUicIcrx Is preblpA Itnilon mid cold low tbinpeniture nloiie can ilo notliliut without moisture nut this fact quickly disposes of the popular iiuiioa thut tuctcra invariably cxis hiulll cona Tibet for Inllt1 itv and sonif Ill rts of North America ar lestltutc of Ice springs though Iudf cpl may be said to reLi Mnii in tic parts Iiuag In fur n iiionciit IirUer uiouu tui tli or of snow mid Ice and then jvsi rOI tIlt fprit ai of u glacier- S I IVIIs iinl I up all the val iileys a hi Liillks aciiciies tescenJ fro tlu1 h1 pr iuisj great ac cuijitiou piIi rx il llnVK By lOIl iit ivpi tiiioii cf siovfallA rill ways rovldcil a pvat r tUiulty Is dcu 4tiil than cnn liv titfltctl liy the suns rays and by till iirttural warmth of tIll earths crust rt pressure is put upon the lower jortlous by the su pcriiifuuibcnt acciunulalion and aided by the Infiltration of wntdr and ra frt ulng a large body of Ice 17 formedl which nt oncivbcgiiiHtp wove downthfl valleys containing it ITIIEDFORDS BUCDU6T THE GREAT- fAMllYHEDICINE t inughthasssixty years Forthe common fain onindigplaints chills aiid feter biliousness headaches andothe like complaints no other medicine is egUlatcstliestimulates action of the kidneys I purifies tbe blood anti purges the bowels of foul accumulations It lnthgestionsour ckadiarrhoea biliousness piles hard colds and head Everydrug gist has ThedfonTs BlackD aught In25 cent packages ahd inmam mothjsizd forlX Never accept a substitute Iniston having the origuialjnade by the Chattanooga Medicine Company 1 i BIackraughtthe g od for any and tverythtetf I hive VFamtly Tfotive chlMren and let- LlyuariliiivekJ pt them on feel Mdhawith n doctor but Wck j Dst AJ GlEN fflewan U iH 4 I J T7f fiiJ 1hahyijUOt1IklILY andIp doesnt gain in weight g Scotts Emulsion I Is the best food and medicine for teething babies They I gain from the start Send for a free sample SCOTT BOWNE ChemUti Street4 New York L40cr4IS1 and zoo all druggists Ex5enLie Court lilp Recently a young Frenchman of good family but very iwor fell hi love with Ii bankeradaugliter anti obtaining Illetter of Introduction to her father called on him He fpund him at home and a pleasant conversation followed As he talked however the young ini tumbled with h gold coin thp only money ho possessed iind when ho rose to take leave he rcinoved it frokn his wnlstcoat pocket and put It without thlnlclngJnto his trousers iSockejt tvris strolling home he looktl e cola but alasi It was not to found for there was a small hole Jils trousers pocket audlis soon as ho had put It In It fell noiselessly pn the velvet carpet In the bankers drawing room As he sorely needed the money the young man though much against his w ill resolved to go back and Inquire about 1t Yes said the banker as he entered I found a gold1 coin on the carpet as soon as you left the room and I was ot surprised for j lost a similar coin in that very place two days ago This therefore Is my money and we will 4v look for yours he banker smiled as he spoke but the penniless young man turned his back on him and abruptly left the house The Gleaner The old custom of gleaning in the harvest fields which recalls the Bib lical story of Ruth and Naomi is not obsolete in England and in Hertford shire Bedfordshire and the neighbor ing counties as soon as the wheat is gathered in the bite days of August there may be seen in the newly cleared fields numbers of women and children d miligentlyScattered ears and forming them into ueanltUe sheaves whjch they carry In their hands until large enough to be bound up When the daylight falls all the ooty is bound up in cloths and thegleanersby hand and sell the grain or use it for their chickens The gathering of n halt peck is usually a full days work for a child and often a woman spendr a whole day in gathering very little pore Gleaning however is looked qpon somewhat In the light of a picnic The moth and children leave home in tthe inornJng take with them food for tthe dayand stay out In the fields until nightfall Reform and Hnmgn Nature Occasionally events crystallize so that the reformer can come Into powerr through an extraordInary revulsion of ttUe people against their masters but flhisbyoevents rather than words says the Political Science Quarterly A few men of the dominant party scut to prison will dp more to cause a royal sion of feeling than till tho nrgurnents or newspaper BrpnsM In the world The reformer may then get his Innings and Jf he makes some effort t under Vct11desthegrenthe may remain longer than a bdef sea son but the odds are against 11t for n long time still to come for the reformer Is as yet constltutlonally unable to fol low up the detail necessary for political popularity and success He relies on Ideas not on men He does not realizei that the majority of citizens still live In a world of personalities not of prin ciples Red flue and Oranjre I lltone Humboldt an authority on atmop phone phenomena hover dlsPued told of it heavy hailstorm which passed lover Tuscany on March 14 1813 every Ice globule of the entire fall being of a beautiful orange color Five years prior to this extraordinary cveW Car nlola Germany was treated tto a tat of live feet of blood red snow fol lowed by u slight fall of blue hall which is said to have given the whole face of the earth an exceedingly cut at1Amsterdam t an places Ireland anii France In the early part of the pastt century Studio Secret Sometimes sighed the weary papa as he lrlcd In vain tQ quiet the tur b lent infant I wish I was a pho togrupherfAnd why nonchalantly ns mamma as she turned to another terS kedI Bemuse a photographer seems be the only man in the world whp can make a baby look pleasant when docsni wish to Photographic TimestI Stupidity and the NonIChildren vlth accidental affections of the nostrils which grow chronic beI cdine stupid An ill working mucous membrane Is enough to make a child tcj CItdotthc seventeenth century be cause it stimulated this member In th 1nosesIAStupl4Fellow Flaherty Hes not smart at all at nil Is he Flanlgan Smart Faith hes that 4nmb ye could talk bcholnd hIs back rblght before his face an hed hot know it Philadelphia Record Parts of SpeechII TeacherThomas what are the parts bf speech Tommy Tucker after an exhaustive mental effort Its the way n man- taks when he stutters Exchange Ecllped Hewitt WUat became of the girl that you used to say was the light of tour life- Jewetf Another fellow crtme be twecu me and the light A Genealogical Tree J BrIternapViatcI you know about y genealogical tree GroucherGenenlogical tree behl1ngc edl The only aucestral timber I knoiiabout Is the aboriginal forest 4accordinggenltors used to swing by their tallsp LOs Angeles Herald Downward Career First Fish Whats the matter with Finback He looks seedy Second Fish Yes bos drinking like a human being Puck H wlitiiwWiW ijljjwwliwWi WiW IWJ9i1ii iil ii I We 1fi S 11 J k g uqq tt Il Ji i ft15IF H rJz-e I 1r J 9t f e 1 i 17 LQ a L them nowffull Prioe4 g Call and make a selection and be ready filtf Pt5IgfInII SEEDING1 TIME1 g You must remember is near at handam iliwe have srass seeds of all kinds faWe make aa of NortlipASeed ats tvJRU I GREENLiii S1RINGFIED4K- Y1Fmmt t t 1f1O f t ftit REAL For ESTATEI G C WHARTON Agent i itollowingf l in Washington ountrAlso lvein p Ihist j2COjj 1JSprln330 acre farm 3 mits from Sfinp field near the pike fit cla iir provements of every iU P u Ji jfj 285 acre farm 6 mis from ieihig1 field fairly good Luw gb6i an i and good outbuild far vtil f encedand watered rice per nerop145 acre farm 11j mi rom i field good improvem welLuacfen and watered not on piice bl1tfoi p iuidi f every kind well i feed aiiPrice 40 4 150 acre farm 3J niu from jrinp 1 field on the pike g o small e iJmostlynperaiI200 acre farm 2 mile fronvt iiOR ield on ts pike plait cortif JaUle ijuetjn ie farneIl watered and t need prluei30 per acre 105 acre farm 3 miles from Spring tfield t mile from pike jfarm some out of repair butUrstcJattfjIUd price 30 per acre 240 acre farm 6 miles from Spring field on the pike mali house and barn farm well fenced good deal of timber land lays well price 25 per acre 170 acre farm 10 miles from Spring field good land fairly good improve mentfl price 3700 200 acre farm 71 miles from Springfield on pike firstclass Improvements of every kind goortlantT welt watered price 345 per acre 160 acres of land miles from Springfield no improvements io acres of creek bottom price 30 per acre 275 acre farm 5 miles from Bards town on pike good land firstclass Improvements lays well mostly In gtass price 84250 per acre 92 acres of land 7 miles from Spring field on county road small boute good tobacco barn price f20CO 60acres of land 5 miles from Sprlng field on Pleasant Run small bouse an barn good welI lays well wire 830 per acre 485 acre farm Smiles mom Spring field good house ind barn some timber well fenc l and wateredp price 30 per acre 00 acre farm 7J uiii from Spring field ton the pike govl small house andbarn mostly in grswell fenced price 82000I 0I70 acre farm 41 miles fronx Spring ffield on the pike gvrrt quseand goodjgrass price S1500 135 acre farm 9 miles frim Spring Iffeld on the pike nice new frame iouflo 6 rooms good bew barn good tenant house on place two gocd cisterns Price 830 per acre 200 acre farm 7 miiestfrom Spring field on pike good six room house good stock barn and t io3 tobacco barn 30 acres bottomland Price 25 per acre 240 acre iarm 2 miles from Spring rteld on the pike good house and barn farm weilfencedl and wa ercd Prifce S25 per acre 435 acre farm fine lund good tim provements well watered and fenced price35i per acre gPiles tire not only iu arid of them sel veil very painful and annoying1 but loftencause other trraye and painful affect neglecicdgreat bf n to sufferers salt will cnrjthe PiccSO cents in bottles TpbM 5 cents Sold by CS Haydon jDany peribns in this commtmity are anffering from kidney trouble who could avoidi fatal results by using iol eys Kindey Cure Sold by Wood Drug Co LLrd ye carraffotdw ell at biestvehicJesoirthinarket Any1S1yiOiitIdany i ilf Specialty THOMPSON watered t h ill fr Li I fosuraiice 1nIl ReversedSi t SOUTHERN MUIAL 1 I MRvestmentCnmua IiF ni l hJt JtJ i f ifitit Lexuatort AGENT IcELROY 1E 4 I r i I i n Spnngfietd iC1L 4 z- j N ffis t SlS S cEii 7 W eSP n es iTX J C5GH LUMBEB f 4d If v- llERjj JASi1 and QPOFtd sidjtATFK I ES dONTRAtJTmG ttj 1ineattheSEINGkF LDltjIVrBER COs Yard t t GALL AND GET PRICES1 t ssSS send the Summer al ASHEVILLE Charmingly situated in Jh 2 beautiful r cuntainiRegVni ifWestern North Caroliha known rsthd LftncJ ottI 4ky t Easil rcac ed l e 1 Sriitfieni adWiY Clear Bracing Atmosphere Good Temperature Magnificent Scenefyv A d lighuu retreat from the Intensei heat of the Sumnler Land of the ISkybooI free pnreceiptof twq cer1i stamp fat postage t t t + llrlunglerforr i iJjf PT A roiiTsvjle Ky GB AlJer AVo l A al O wsLv t bt LouueMor H1jer Giep Mgr ftLU1i Mo IC NORTIIRNMICWlQS Through SleepJIIICIfS I T frttt LlllsY1J Sleeping ctfs rnnhlngtb drtherrf Michigan reapris froai J6al vftle t over Pennsylvania Shortines and G B iI Railway TheWibrngtae will be established June 251902 llev V ling Louisville 4p ntallr Arriving Petoskey traverse Cityt Baiy VieI 1 Barbor SpnIngaiid Mack lsaw Gliy1 next morning Alaoklaaii IskBd atv noon iiealsondining cart Fpr j special infOrthattQddr INC H Ha ertyDPA LouivIlleXrLs f 7 Ttr tcapsrhscAik I31H4aantIveBrOmoQlnia t e Tajbkts c f old in ene NoCureNo PAyjj The Missouri 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t1yH 12 Firtc1asSa 1 I 1 1DRJ H LAMPfdN f e i tj 1 4OFi1CE 1 t i F Jm Opera ious 1 tjl j l lilt S11JJ SMOCK J 4 tfJ SPlOflGFIELD Jt 1 UEIICEDrRme KYI AVBur ofices over Peoples t Deposit i B alJk Ocehours12to2pzn4 I W FGRLGSBY1 tV U ATTORNEY AT LAW l Office over Peoples Bank iSPR UPIELD KY ci i r RACK EXA5 y fvlIIIEWFAST TRAIN ft LMta tdJCuuu City ted OKLAHOMA CITY rWICHITA 4 t DENISON SHERMAN J BALLAS v H FORT WORTH SOlltrltiI= sawgesa quipment lTpoderntoreHagIIIIIeli Rail River Divisionc carW1t atH 3iilke1I1 of thIs ervlce 1nc1uQ1Bj H i Cafe Observation Carsd e tte auaageffieat of Fred Harvey Pall IeraaIoa uto rates and aU details of TiQ MW onto will be cheerfully J14j aeataMitappUoat1oa by By repre uAD MflRRAY1GcnAgent t 407 Walnut St Cincinnati O o Nolico Th F flu f rfPattieS desiring a gcodsife fr i inye tinei4t for small sumx Vu h excellent rate of iinterest write f gs for particulars A resident f- J s cltor wanQd l Bennsy van la f StmDrovementandlEri estincnt o 703 Baer Building Reading nnitii 413t j For mosquito bzteor sthijjs 01 in 1 sects animals r rtptiles apply Bal J slardaSnow Linentri It counteracts if thepoUon djf the inflamatipn andheal8 thcllcsh Vrici ZS and 60 ut5atCJ Etaydous dr gstdre- t 11 For Sale t CJ 1vo for sale 20000 bickon taCo sticks Apply at my SpringfiedbI i 1pthe Bardstown road For jarticu1arsaddrEss J B7 DEVINE 0 286t Springfield Ky kPENR EOOTYANDS fk jpfpffer the tv ttnntro I beiindbow We can tell you t why We can show you the ifi1ne r in them We can sefi t vyqtr what yon want and at 9ttoinprice5 We have little j and big farms small payments I or large low and high priced t Wrfus jour wants Or coue- l Iandsee us forth time is ripe J VCRUMECO TaylorsyJlie Ky j c h To My Weeds tIv ittJsAyJlh joy I tell you what Kudo idfrine Ivas troublcJ with mv Stomach for several month Upon 7 b inv advisadL f use Kodol I AD1S iiJ wordecannot tell thtf Rood it hue douc theyAheIghor had dyspepsia r that he had tried most every thiug I toid ShIm to use Kodoll Words of gratitude have come from him to me because Irecommendea it Gco W IgthIi bowel troubles indigestion dyspepsia 3K4o1dIgestsany goodfood Take a dose aftcrineals CJHaydon Makes Weak Women f I StrQn RetQtcksJ1 l repiiii Jlood TOPIc I know J1i V 1t be 1tbpG Bt ionic ever used itwWtikrevtfl weekwumab tfb5 g I csihoi pais it tiitotix rt O D Pjckpnriy- Ofney IH FopsilH hy Haydon t 1 I iiToWN ijH Local Happenings Interest J The Freshest and Latest t i All About Yourself Friends I and Acquaintances An11nel of fancy groceries I Curry Tappj Seed ITlrompsonl f i ttIfyou want a first class tea we it Curry Tapp 1rrb ladies of the Baptist church realized about 75 from theiri county court day dinner have the finest stock of IVI n and roasted coffee on thfr Curry Tapp l full andTTpd can alwaysflnd a fresh stock1 of Rudolph and Browns fin6 candies at Curry Taps A game oi ball between the Springfield andBardstown teams is announced for this afternoon at Simms Pjark LOST Strayed from my place- a 2 year old black mare mule about 14 hands high Reward for its returjn to J mes Hughes Bloomfield Ky Everybody should turn out and help make the pringfield fair oneof jthe best ever held her Four days brginning Wednesday Sept 10 TKeThurm ri house and l oni Maini street W occupied by Mr P C Clearer was sold on Monday at Commissioncts sale- Mr yloriarmon lieame t purchaser Price t1606 1There will begin r a revivall Tneeting at fays Cfiapelon next Saturday night Rev S T Stiles will be assisted in the irisetiog by Rev JET Newson LitrydaleIySI Mr Jbhn Y Mayes fhe fur niture dealer offer handsome baby carnage for the handsomest baby und r1Smdntbs to be jud ged atiha Springfield fair On Friday the third day Among tne speciali l premiums offered at the Springfield fair is one for10 offered by W P Montgomery forth best mule colt sbIbv his celobratedJaek- JoeBlackburn tS Attention is called to the ad vertisejnent pi Wharton Tapp tc take place on next Saturday beginning at 10 oclock p m This will be a good opportunity for any one wishing bargains in hqrgs buggies harness etcI There will be a congregational meeting at the Presbyterian church immediately after Sunday school on next Sunday morning Aliimembers of the Presbyterian church are urged to bepres ent as business of importance isI to be discUFsedI The faim belonging to Mr Fred Kneisel and known as the Kelty farm situated back of St Rose was offered for sale by Col Whayne the auctioneer on Monday The property was bid up to 8OUand withdrawn at that figure5 A large tobacco barn valued at 1200 on the farm of Albert Jury near Woodlawn was burned lst Saturday night Two hogs beads of tobacco with a number of other articleq wore also de strpyedm the fire The tobacco was insured and there was alsoI a small antount f insurance onJ the bu Idmg The Turner farm near Texas thi county which has been advertised for sale was offered to highest bidder in front of the Court House on lust Monday by Capt English the auctioneer The farm was bid to 20 per acre au whir lh figure it was withdrawn the owner refusing to accept that price for it Attention is called to the ad vertisement of the sale of tbej fine Lancaster farm in Nelson Countyto be offered at Bards town on September 10 Some fine thoroughbred horses will also be sold ilL Bardstown on Monday Sept 8 Countt coorc Qav Mr Halstead is the administrator of the estate Mr JB Wathen Jr adver- tiseS in this issue a sale of about 25head of his celebrated trotting horses This is a fipe opporttt nity for anyone wishing to secure a choicely bred animalfor use or for breeding purposes The Sale takes place in front of the Court House in Lebanon on Monday September li A number of fine n TRPIPxi 1 bel iJereey much tows will also sold l Probably ihe lareest oroD of wheat raised in this county this year jjwhich was a bad wheat year was that of Keightley and RovoItypt the Mooresville neighborhood Off of acres sowntIt threshed 1800 bushelsJ and pa tof the 80 acres had been broken up and sown in oats Manager Theo Campbell of the SpringfieldOpera House has secured the Harris Parkinson Stock Co to appear here one week beginning Monday Sep tember 8th Which will be the weekof the fair HarrisPark inson COIS well remembered in Springfield Of all the attractions here last season this companywas without doubt the pUbIIback Messrs Ed and Cleni Brown Brown as executors of the es tate of Thos W Brown adv r tise a sale to take place on Sep tember 9 1902 at the Brown place on Pleasant Run neaT Simms A llarge amount of property will be sold which includes 12 mules 22 extra good cows besides other live tock too- numerous to mention farming implements a lot of corn ha and oats and household furniture See bills for further particulars Th drugstore of the Wood DrugtCo was closed this morning and the property put in th hinds of Mr I H Thurman to be disposed of The sole reason for the closing of the store was It disagreement among the partt ners as to the man jgement the business and it was thought best for all concerned that the property be placaq in the hands of an attorney until he diffeaen ces were settled Theplace has been enjoying a good business aud the firm dos not owe any debts of consequence Mr Thurman says that he is confident i that he can sell te stock and business ai it stands in a vyry Uiwrt tiii iir ttKt the store will soon 1igi under new management The Wood Drug Co was composed of Glenn C Wood who owis onr alf interest and MessrsX Jolt W Kelley and Herman ykMudd whi own the other half I The great old Nelson County Fair begins at Bardstown next Tuesday and continues five days The managementOseems to have outdone itself in its effort to getup an attractive program and admirers of finestock can hardly afford to stay away In addi tion to ring shows for which more money is offered than by any other fair in the state there will be pacing and trotting races On the three last days There will be intensely exciting races be tween some of the fastest auto mobiles in the world The races between the motor cycles and the thoroughbred horses will be excitng and the fastest time ever made over the tracK will be the result Last week at Lexington Carl Fisher in his race against the thorough bred horse Dr K rode a mile in 135 and expects 40 do better than this at Bardstown ifr necessary to do so to win MayesMcElroyThe Mr E S Mayes 3r and Miss Zana Me Elroy is announced to take place on October 15 These are two of Spring eld s most popular young people and they will have the best wishes of a host of friends when they embark on the sea of matrimony Miss McEl roy is the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs IJ H McFlroy and is considered one 6f the most attractive young ladies in the community Mr Mayes lsayoung man of sterling worth androod business qualifications Farm For SaleI I have for sale my farm situa ted five miles from Springfield and a quarter of a mile Valley Hill on the Bloomfield pike well watered and good im provemeutsr Tha arm contains JL90 acres and will be sold in one brtwo tracts io suit purchaser FOr fhrther information address WILLARD THOMPSON KY231m HHUORD DsryBUILDu rmanejitly iocatedaSPEIKQFIBIJ KY EBcNAL Mr T Scott Mayea went to Shelby vllle yesterday Bev Brown left Monday for Indianapolis to locate Miss Rose Maekln of Lebanon vial tedhere this wek Miss Roth fSpaldlng of Bardstown visiting friends here Miss Lizzie Waters Is visiting Miss L Rebecca Cotton BarcUtown lRoland Colvin of Loufeville is visit- Ing friends here this week- S M Karrick and family visited relatives in Perry ville last week Mr John Offut of Bloomfleld was In town the first of the week Miss Mnllican of Owensboro visited Miss Margaret Hagan this week Mrs R C Bradley and son are visiting iniIarrodsbnrg this week 1w D Olaybrooke and E 8 M yes were in Lebanon Tuesday night flMr Orori McKee of Bloomfield Is visiting the family of W MiDurrett Miss Ella Sweeney of Lebanon ia visiting at the home of W H Leach and Mrs George Anderson ofr Danville visited relatives here Sun day Mrs Simpson Roberts and two children have gone to Oovingfon fdr a visit Miss Calhoun was here the first off the week in the interest of OxfordI College Mr Joahph Wakefleld of Wakefleld Station was here the first of the week buying mules MissyLillie Indianapolis are visiting rela lives ia the county Ifiss Adelaide Kelley of resen Hilt is a guest at the home of Mr and Mrs George Medley eQ Mr H M toss who is manager of the Continental Tobacco Cos business at this point was here Monday Dr F M Grigsbyof Springfield hIlt came in yesterday to spend a few weekfewlth relatives in the county fMr J S Claybrooke and sister Miss Jennie spent Sunday with the family of J C Durrett at Wakefleld Misses Bessie and Pearl Cartpboll entertained a party of their young friends at their home Tuesday even i S Mr Thomas W Mattingly of the Lebanon Enterprise was here Tues djty and paid this office a pleasant lcaiJ Mrs W H Sweeney and Misses Mattia and Sallie Bpsley and Arvey Sweeney of Lebanon visited friende here Tuesday Misses Lizzie May Gregory an Miss Mabel Thompson entertained I friends at the home of N P Thomp ton Tuesday night MrDLum Hamilton and mother cf Big Springs Mead county are guests at the homo of Chas Mclntire 7Misses Mary Gllkerson Ira Howard Naomi Brown and Messrs Albert Har ris and Ellis Johnston formed a party from Lebanon who were over yesfer daySDr Thomas Nichols and two little sons were here from Nelson county Monday to visit Dr Nicholss mother Mrs Bottle Nichols Dr Nichols hasj just returned from New Mexico where he went about two years ago for the benefit of hishalt- bWashington CoIIegttae In stitute Next session of school opens Instructionlfrom the primary to the highest grades This is an important year to those who wish their boys and girls to take a good stand in the graded school to be established next year A full years instruction may mean an advance of one or two years when the grading is made A full corps of teachers to be employed To the people of Springfield and Washington county we extend our thanks for past favors and respectfully re quest their patronage for the coming year For further par ticulars address 0 B GRANTA M Springfield Ky Governor Beckham Hero Gov and rdrs Beckham were here last Monday the guests Mr and Mrs C O McUhord Gov Beckham appears to be in good health and spirits and while here was greeted by a large number of citizens Mrs M Ohprd gave a i3elightful din ner on Monday in honor of her guests and quite a meetL lladies had the pleasure of 1big the beautiful wife of Ken tuckys chief executive SIXty YcaMofiotUlarftit PerryDayistipns made to sell upon the great rep- utatroaofth genuine be cations therefore when you ask for a bottle to Bee that you get the genuine An unfailing1 remedy for coughs cold nd bronchi is Sold everywhere cans all abn Made Sbndard Oil Companyg Nad Hardlp Ajiain Nad McChord alias Nad Har givingtheduring the past few years than enoughandwho is probabfy the most no account negro ever produced in this vicinity has opbbed up again The last time Nad was prominently before the piiblic was last winter whim he was shot by Marshal Gce while making a break for liberty a after being placed under arrest In thlp latest episode Nad alsoii received a shot from Marshal Graces pistol but unfortunately as before the wound is not see rious Onlast Monday morning Grace paid a visit to the poultry house across the railroad and near there unexpectedly ran on Hardinr The negro was evidently taken by surprise and when the officer called to him to hold on instead of complying turned and pulled his pistol and began firing on Grace The latter returned the fire as soon as She could but after one shot had been fired his pistol refused further to operate The negro in the meantime after he had shot three times without effect turned and fled and was not caught Heleft atrail of blood behind him and it was afterwards reported that he was wounded in the shoulder The negro is supposed to be at a house below town where he hat been staying for some time but no effort has been made to ar rest him He is a bad egg and should be placed where can do no more harm LiveStock Sales There was a good crowd jn tcrvn on Monday and the livestock market was fairly active Auctioneer Sam M Campbell reports the following ales4 cows with calves by their sides 1at 2960 215C S2375 f2350 3 yearling steers at 23 each one old cow 152 yearling heifersat 15 one aged mule 30 cow and calf 24 one pair mules 110 one old mule 17 one plug mare 816 mare 35 50 plug horse 25c horse 2250 2year old mule 50 one old mare 15 15 60 pound shoats at 495 each 29 head of sheep at 176 one 3 year old colt 35 7 yearling Steers at 2525 each Col R E Whayne reports the follow ing sales Cow 1850 coy and carl 31 old cow1850 cow and calf 2375 one 500 pound heifer 14 35 sow and 6 pigs 1925 sow arid 4 pigs 25 680 pound shoats 1495 eaeh one 2yer3ldd polledAngus bull 37 75dThere were severatmule buyers on the market and some sales were made but in many cases the offers were ncit con sidered high enough and a good many owners took their mules back home W C Terhune of Harrodsburg was represented here and his man bought about 85 mule colts Only the small and low grades of colts appeared- to be wanted and the prices rangedfrom 25 to 35 each Mr Henry Gartin of Bradfords yule bought several head of broke mules at low prices PreCbaucerIaflsconfess I cant understand what your bnbyn saying t It is n lacer language Isnt SU Yes sort of early EuglshPhulpdelphlf Press I Her ReoafBut why did you encourage him U you didnt want him to propose1 Because Just at that time thero wasnt any one else to encourflgeI Chicago Post A man fifty years old has walked 12000 miles eaten nine and a balC j tons of meat nnd fish and eggs And vegetables and drunk 7000 gallons of fluhL T r t PobIicSiIe Of a grand lot of Trotting and Saddle Bred HORSESand a few select JERSEY MILCH COWS I will sell the above to the highest and best bidder on the street in front of the Court House in LebanonKy on londaJSSeptemlittV1 1102 aCQuntyCourtday in promptly at 10 a m The above lot of stock will consistof Sucklings Yearlings two three and four year olds and some choicelybred Brood Mares that are producers and out of producing dams dud in foal also two or three Young Mules One of the above yearlirjgs by Red Chute sire of Oxford Boy 2 20 that won the 1901 Ky Futurity andwas the fastest 2year old of 1901 will also sell his dam1 which is by William Lon of Geo Wilkes TERMS 6 months with 6 per interest from date N tesInegotiable and payable in bank JNO B WATHEN JR Lebanon Ky Capt T D English Auctioneer PUB IOSALEi Of Fine Farm and Valuable Thoroughbred Race Stock As executor of the lateSP Lancaster twill sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder atthe dwelling house on the Nichols farm of said tan ster t on- WEDNESDAY SEPT 10 1902 the Nichols farm containing 625 acres situated about six miles northeast of Bardstown onihei Lancaster pike The place has on it a good dwelling house two good barns and is well llocated nd iin very way a desirable farm The farm will be offered for sale in three Separate parcels and then as a whole and which ever way it brings the most money will be accepted It will be offered in parcels as follows One parcel containing about 118 acres one parcel containing about 227 acres one parcel containing about 280 acres Each parcel of ljand thus sold adjoins the pike Good liberal terms made known on day of sale The sale will commence promp tly at 10 oclock a m I will also offer at public sale to the highest bidder on the Courthouse Squar ini Bards town Ky on Monday Court day Sept 8 1902 at 2 oclock p m the following thorough bred race stock of the late S P Lancaster viz A Chestnut Stallion three yearsold by Imp Wagner dam Linnie she by McDuff dam Lindy Lewis by Oliver she but of Sallie Lewis by Glencoe He is a full brother to the great race mare Cleoplius And also a great mare Lucy Lewis by Spendthrift darn Dew rops by Engineer and a splen id colt by her side by Imp Likely Lucy Lewis iis the dam of the following winners King Lewis Harry Lewis Charlie OBryan and Kilrush Terms of sale made known at time of sale NAT W HAtSTEAD Executor of S P Lancaster Farm for Sale I have for sale my farm sittia ted on the Springfield and Bloomfield pike on the Nelson side of Beech river two miles from Maud and five miles east of Bloomfield The farm contains 107 acres of Jancl with good ix room dwelling house arge barns plenty of water Farm mostly in grass For fnrther articulars address J L MOORE Stringtown Ky Notice II haveseuredthehJtch n and feeding privilege Vat the Springfield Fair September 10 13 Your patronage solicited Hitch 10 cents feed 25 cents GEORGE COLVIN A 1e- senatiiTXg 1 co1iIdonIybeboughtin waY jsahe Lion Coffee jway sealed packages al t ways correct in weight clears fJespuniforniandl retaining itg rich flavor Public Saleot Livery Stock We will offer for sale Satnrday August 301902 A complete line of Livery Stock consisting of Horses Buggies Wagons Surries Ear ness etc The sale list includes iome number onps livery horses among which s an xtra nice team of Blank Maresr TERMS Sums under 10 cash For amounts ol10 and over negotiable note bearing 6 per centinterest and Sue in forr from date of sale will be required WHARTON TAPPr Springfield Ky IIInvite Your Inspection Of 0u elegant Stock of NEW GOODS ISprlng Dress Goods 10 aU the new shades Whie Goods in all the new weaves Waist Goods in Silks Silk I Ginghams Madras and Mercerized Effects Weareriow prel paredtto show a compI ete stock of I CCLOThING The largest and 00 most attractive 4 i we have ever shown and LfiWp IH PRICE Than you will find elsewKeret opened large Stock V CORSETSThe White Rinkand Blue WaIlPaperCarPEittS ment it is now more complete than I ever before s Iii Shoes we are showing iciKidPnt Calf Patent Kid Velour Box Calf Ac made on air last from the plainest to the most extreme Call and examine them We Guarantee to Suit you r We still extenda sp invitation to cash buyers Always giving specialcash prices Thinking you focT past favprsahd solicitinga continuation of yourpatronift weemaiu 1Yours Truly Cuuuillgllam Dnnran FRAN W IMMd BEN F SIMMS JOHNFSIMMS FN1K W SIMMS S GO Uyerji Feed and Sale Stable New and Stylish Rigs ftnd good Hoyaes Special outfits for trayelling men Give us- a trial Comfortable sfialls and good treat meat fpi boarding horses PHONE 7 SPRINQFIElSSs nIs1ay there were uo such thlngas d splay In the world my prlyate opinion Is and I hope you agree Tyltkline that we might get on a great deal better than we do and might be Inlmlfely moro agreeable company than ware Charles Dickens A GricvaiTe AgaUt ta TaLli- ill wish you veuldnt eal ybw aa Bouncement card Mli jwamf JMM Whynotr Oed tie tailor Because my landlady tWski are blUe It h1UD1crtf1tol1ll cage News i Far Okrs te Majr Tou ehouli do orrieU iIBC te to other pe leaqj43yNEt IBrown Ido Im always artldac a Jew York Press i Turnip seeds bare beet Jcaoum to M dormant for seven years tsjkU Ilag planted too eei1 ucla t4r tltd time to sprout A defective jaaeaiofr w 1 WT conscience hare aa syaoyOUl NItt c1ore1y attckditsZiSI1 t2 ust ou t a ofSI FR 3 y Calf cial tWy w Verje peNtItHeros an account of a atn M lft Mrs GadsbyWkp hasat sfefcM if word toihfe wife iiHthree y Mw- Thats rather a irritM aiinrMH to one of the tutenijotp ltt p taid Gadsby Kulcs of polHeSestP MM Mr Gadshy b1 COrnftYs ver 1nteit aT Hit abe Is i i f 11 sjMkaerWW IM k bat ur Qi tIre o 4t IPII JaG l1 aDeiIaa en ated sTMiH t6IIit tb re I11MIfafe or btootf 4Jt I t u- Itcla airk tb1 eateorMt plllMattINo ITbet- Wbat I had tbt 6 wtt MV Well this wa ed dogs that bowl frightfully Ver7e they br ay fort of wumietf ehMf = t I T9 CiS 1 Oat of the most mppri tit if lI m thoroughbiec horses t ci wfcfcb has been mate in this itetk jor years hits justIi conducted by Nat W H i1JBle d t M executor of SP Ls BCter 2 fecMwed selling to Ben Johason sir of the h1ghesbd mare ad several foals by beir sides that can be found ni t eQnited 7j States The mares sold Io Mr John Cnare Ziarna the darn of Jive stake winners including Marion 0 who baV Kingston at Chicago in a stair worth 12000 MISS Nelson by Longfellow the dam of Little Annie and two o4fcer stake winners1 jL Binney by jileDuff out ol j LiaLeWiS by Oliver she out of the celebrated Sallie Lewis by k L C Gienqpe Linny made herself l i v famous by throwing Cleopatra C xoAiwo ptherstake winners r ijinetzin by Harry QFallen r out of I inney This is a young Jt mare but her foals are promis rV ing indeed Included in thIs lot jis the great Cleopatra herself who statedforty five times in her l two and three year old form finishing first twenty five times second eleven times and third nine times winning nearly 50000 his mare is 16J hands high deep 4c J through the heart with bjg car- r lftfnd wide hips and is pro s nouticedrby experts to bejLe e wJ most perfectly built brood mare In 4ljDtbe dounlry the lot is ale a young nil three years old untried by Mu iTuliun qutot tiinetzen which is said lohav voiked a half mite1 v ttcently in 47 seconds with a heavy stable boy up i Thj foals nowwith the miir s ita lby Imp J Tgp Gallant and vM the mares are agaiuiufoaIby liJl tijra lA Thesis wares are the most dr xjrect descendants livibg of the great brood mareSalliq Lewis W Wriichjisconcededby all horse Tnieir td baa gr atljrood mare- Bam P Lancaier spent fifty U4firstr1aand tM mares purchased by Mr Johnson are the best results of hiseffprts The exact price i l paid has not been given 04tbutcn itiis1kino vn to be many thousmd f dojlars CDurier Journal tteeds toul f Tner4rc time yifhei your liver- needs a touic Dont give purgativel th tgripeand weaken BeWitts I it tle Early Risers expel ail poioous from tne st mad act as tonic to the liver W Scott 531 Highland Xve Milan Pa says I have carried Ue Witts I iftiei Barly Risers with mt- forsieveral years and would not bn h without them Purely vegetable viny yergripe or distress 0 Jj llH2don4 1 4i fI L BIGDAMAGES 1 Suit was filed Wednesday in the circuit clerks office for the r recovery of damages in the sum Ll of 30000 romthe ON 0 T COP Railrqad Co fotthe death of 4 Matthew England for which thp company is alleged to be respon sible Hie suit was filed by Giles Hawkins who is the admin i trator of the estate Tne engi ne3rtnL fireman Cresingor and t Eifeiwho were on the train when the accident occured are joined as parties to htrsuit England was run over and instantly kill- Sei on July 2 whilewalking on a crp3sing near F1lon rand 0105019117 TV Robmsons farm Hewasianoid man past sixty r ISii tt j iiLtJ1rt l Ty jir if4 5 tfft e tJr t tst 11 Vlff ljkep veil tnough at night AiMiMNll1lflsla ile-J I j Ever mortal man possessed t er8rruis the vpicture Of t ac1MCfdiai years yet m the enjoy I t appeitJ a vigorota old age Lif is sustairied St by food when iUs properly digested and assimtlated 4When digestion- I i ftls there is a loes- of nutrition which JI shows itself r in physical weak q nayPitsnes MHp1nessetc Doctor Pierces Golden Medical DMCOTHV cures SJ dkeW of thtI irteaMcI ad other =eeietionJI Jtrwwtlieai tlIttt ts tile oaly way poiblebf theM i Dizzy 1 TKen your liver isnt acting well You sufferfrom bilious AyersPillsact For 60 years they have been PillSmallIb beiiIiUGKIIIGHAIISDYEWsJSrJOCT I yeiTS of age and is said to have been quite deaf Jit is alleged in the petition tbattfie train was running at an unusu lJybigh rate of spedana that no warn ing was given either by spund ing the biior blowing the whistle Harding Jackson and- Verisare attorneys for the plain- lifLDanville Advocate His SlthcTlireateaed While picnicking last month my 1 year old boy was poisoned by tome wed prpTaut says W H Dibble of SfJ1x City Ia He rubbed the pot sou from his hands into his eyes and for awhile we were afraid he would llose his sight Finally a neighbor recommended DeWitts Witch Haze Salye The first application Jhelned him and in a few days he was asvell as ever For skin diseases cuts burns scalds wounds inceet bites DeWitts Witcb Hazel Halve is sure cure Re iievespiles at puce Beware of ccun terfeits 03 Hayden Quick Relief For tit n i Sii fterers Foeys Hbuey and Tar affords imme diate releif to asthma sufrerera in tne won t stages and if taken time will effect a cnrc Sold by Wood Dru StCOI5ndoISemcol The Sentinel feeling that it was a dntytoreaders and to the the county which so generously gives its suppprt has always pursued the poliey of giving its advice in all matters pertaining to the welfare of the peopleln the approaching race for iRiail road Commissioner in thissdis trict because devetopments indi cate a concerted effort to bring about the defeat of HonJjGuC McCbord the present COmmis- sioner Believing that t4isltconsummated would mean a great loss to the people not only pf this District but of tboS iitale ttsQii1I protest as vigorouslyvas possible against it because McUhord has made one of the most faithful and efficient public officials Kentucky nas ever had With a high sense of the responsibilities of the position hroug4ttOtlie his not only a strict integrity of purpose but a lrained and wellbalanced ability to handle this vexing question aris1 nehas id ng with Thoroughly the needs hIs of acquaintI prolteetsions of the railroad companies and has always stood b tweed them and excessive charges For the Demo r1rev of this district to lose his services would mean to them calamity and it is not so much forthe salie of Mr McChord that we protest against his defeat and urge for him a lenomination QS it is for the people for whom he has labored faithfully and efficiently The Democrats of Shelby coun ty will be called upon possibly to give a complimentary voe to some one else but If they are alive to their own interests as we believe they i1re they will in struct for Mr McChord and vote for him from first to lastSheI by Sentinel There Must be Oil A remarkable phenomenon re cently occured on the farm of Alexander BrUce of the Mulberry neighborhood Por a week pe culiar rumblings wei e heard ou the fairest days and suddenly one day about noon a dense puff of smoke was seen to go up about fifty feet out of a sinkhole just in front of his house The smoke was seen on tree days at about the same hour and was accompanied by so strong an odor of oil that Mr Bruce thought tire was being kindled with that substance at his house VanMeterspring that gives out a dark oily deposit and when tlie spring is running there is fre quently a strong odor ol gas An expert has told Mr Van Meter that this sediment is a certain indication of oil though in what quantities ho cannot say Shelby Record Necessary jrrecautlo- uDonf nepIecta Cold It Is worse il1sfnrdti itatQnce mtitioDfclthe e11ctroubles Absolutely safe ActS im mediately r Children like itOJHaydonS jjjjjj r 1 7 DoopQooooo Z E B TAYLORS ROM ANCE By CarlH KliJS Copyright brA 8 Richanlsan i Several events had happened In the romnnccicameto be twentythree years old and had become a farmers hired man he bad almost become engaged to one farmers dAughter and fully engaged to anoth ers he had read a dozen love stories taken the prize at a spelling school learned to play the accordion and writ ten o poem Such a thing as a summer boarder had never been ucnrd of at Sheldons Corners but one evening after Zeb had come up from the cornfield his mother looked at him In a very wise manner nod half whispered Zeb you can never guess whats IIIsummerIII was she come It s a young woman an she brought two trunks Mrs Sheldon timid never let on though I always tell her erytblng thats goln to happen to us Yes Its a young woman ah shes goln to stay a month Good looklnrr Inquired Zeb with a little more Interest Handsome ns a picture replied his mother Yes sir shes the handsom est girl I believe I ever see Shes got brown hair an blue eyes alt teeth as white us chalk An when she laughs Its like the jingle of elelghbells Zeb dont youwunt to get a look at her dq aint dylu to but suppose It would be etlkcfl to call on her an sort ot welcome her io the neIghbor- hood Of coqrse It would of course Yes youd better dress up a bit after supper an go over an If you want any cuse you can ask Mrs Sheldon to lend me her nutmeg grater An hour later dressed In his Sunday clothes Zeb walked over to the other farmhouse Farmer Sheldon hadnt fin ished milking yet and hIs wife was still washing dishes but on the porch sat the yowng woman with teeth as white as chalk On thewayover Zeb had been preparing little speech or welcome and he intended to lift his hat and shake hands after the latest fashion When h6 came upon the sum intr boarder however he was knock 1Cd out lie who hail stood up without tremor before 150 people at a spell In mntclf found his heart thumping his throat dry as he stood before PSHE HIS CONFUSION HELPLESS 1ITIED mini one young lady She saw his confu sion and helplessness and she pitied him and broke the painful situation by asking iDid you come here to see Mr Sheldon about hogs or sheep or anything Xno unarm stammered Zeb as he reached out and pulled the top off no weed He hadnt Intended to say uiarm but It had come out that way Maybe you are relative or some thing continued the boarder Nno marm came the reply ngolnj with a determination to kick himself nIl over the road for repenting the unfortunate word Then ensued u paluful pause The boarder rocked to and fro and looked over Zebs head and Zcl shifted his weight from ono foot to the other uml tried his best to get rid of his hands He finally drew a long breath straight ened up and said II hope youll love Sheldons Corners Yes hope so she replied Good night Good night With that he turned and plodded IdckIanxiously awaited his arrival When he told her what had occurred she re pliedNow Zebby you neednt feel a bit bad That girl saw how bashful aa modest you was an shell like you all the better f rlt Ill bet a winder against a chicken that you made nn Impression After thinking matters over for awhile Zeb almost concluded that he had and he began to feel better If he had made an Impression then lie must follow it up as was always done In novels He got an Iden fqr n foi lower before he slept and next morn lug before breakfastt he was at theI Sheldon kitchen door with n bouquet of hollyhocks fof tin summer boarder Zebs romance had begun He did not appear nt Sheldous that evening as ope of the cows was miss Ing but next day seeing the summer boarder In the orchard he mart ex cuse to cross It and come tact to faci with her again She bowed a little coldly as toad of extending both hands thohollYhocklfbaJfot and halt white and he almost lost his wits again When no words would come he climbed an apple tree shook down about a bushel of hard green realizedthatscendlng ho managed to lift his hat and back away without falling down- whcnhotoldrightThereanythinganthnt1knowneednt worry I believe Id like to taro you marry this girL beIIee asbQS1U1Jtet oyePtljoradeInwas somewhat Handicapped by being uiJ1cIllQCfore be slept he sat down and vrofp a letter that did the business The hoxtininrnlncr a bnuanaf it ntnVa awaited the summer boarder at Shel dons and that evening Zeb called with a grim determination to express the hope that she was enjoying herself She did not appear on the porch Jiowv eterr and after talking with Farmer cropsliefeeling glum but hJsln 1Zebby you dont She didnt come out thersaldII an shy like you an Sheldon h4d been jokln keep right on as you are doln He kept on Every laCthinhe sent a bouquet gathered with his own hands nnd every evening he called Sometimes the summer boarder sat on the porch with Mr and Mrs Sheldon but the only remark she ever made to him was to ask If there were mi boars In the neighborhood He accept edl his mothers rosy views and fell In love Also for six nights In succession he played the accordion In front of Sheldons Three weeks had missed and he was milking up ills mind to press things a little more when Mrs Sheldon In formed him as he handed In a bouquet of peppermint and forgetincnots comr blued that the summer boarder had left There was no message for him no farewell Mrs Sheldon even hail the cruelty to say thai his name had thedlIpartedbouquets were supposed to have come from her own garden Zeb turned away with a chill at his heart When he reached home his mother tried to say somethIng consol- Ing but he froze her with n look und passed on to the barn He Intended to hang himself butbelng unable to find n rope and realizing that a chain would hurt too much he gave up the Idea anti wandered down Into the cornfield An hour later his fond mother fount him aslip with a pumpklu for n pll low ana squash apparently acting us sentinel over his slumbers She wiped a ten from the corner of his eye nnd whispered Poor poor Zebby He cant under stand that this girl went away because she was afraid she was faliln1 in love with him A Little GIrlB Conlpllment Two women and n bright little girl occupied seats In n Prospect avenue car one evening The little girl nt tracted attention with her questions and answers It was when the car reached Eighteenth street that the ell max Was reached At that point the car makes n long stop before pulling up the hill It was while the car was Ittn standstill that a pretty woman and evidently a friend of tile two In thin ear passed along Ohilear Theres Mrs s My She is such n handsome woman said the mother of the bright little girl to her friend Yes she is beautiful nsjsented the friend The little girl was looking out of thd window after the flguro strolled up the hill Presently she tUltll In her seat Say nuimtlia you just like that lad 1Doasl the mother sweetly Yes Just et1ynfl cpt tbffieaVl TIlt llttli sirl is still voudeing why tht cnrfrl of people laughed Knifsas City Jourrul I IQIIis quite Iteturni an event even tl tu man who lund made n trip thr ili tho lyicUwqods of WIs cousin lmii lucy dot take much In terest tn tinin in the lumber camps I wns nt camp when n saw log rolled off n flat our aid over n man anil washed him fiat It was Just ut noon and nobody wns disposetl tb lose cisy time See here men culled tbeforemun to a veve got tbget this thing over with lifore we go to dinner Six of you stand around l Six of th1 iiitn came up nnd stood In a circle nail the foreman continued Now tluu theres uie lop nnd tlmts Bill And ris Bill couldnt roll over theloKl we must take It that the log rolktl over him Verdict of the Jury is that hecamv to his denth by aocldint and will lie buried after quit ting tline might and now lets have- dintUT allt may heaven rest his soul focevermore Tlu Htockholder- I like tin pbioe said Mr Newli wed hut the railroad fare Is pretty high But surely replied his bride the railroad company will fix that for you when they know When they kilow whntJ That youre the man who bought thnt lmrc of their stOck Phlhidel phln Press ICnullr Adjuulril I have rome to lilt city with my son who is about to enter the law school The first tiling to Hud a boarding placo Do you know anyplace that you can recommend Well uo not near the law school But know n good place near the med ical school studymedJ A Good Hearted Manor in other words men with goodsound hearts arc not very numerous The increasing number of sudden deaths from heart disease daily chron icled by the press is proof of the alarm ing preva lence of thi- sdangerous can foretell just when a fatalcollapse J A Kremmtr neglectinga very risky matter If you are inleftj pitation unable to lie on side shouldbegin f1 f1s Heart Cure JMKreamcrofArkansasCftyKans- I H R Mjr ncarttpfli so bad It was rposIbia farrua to lieubownand I could fneuther sheep trest My decline was helpBooreIi5 andcandldl1behev Dz J h iRcmedlos are aold by nt uC tntguarantee I tlicar Co EJkhart Ind xpIlaX a Tkerp At the beginning of the nineteeBUai century the French Academy of Sci cued offered to give a prize to the first person who would solve the following problem r If you take a vase fullot water and put a btone oranYsBimilof body In it the water will flQW over If however you put into It aflsh the volume qf which Is equal tothat of the stone it will not flow over Explain this phenemenon Learned essays on the subject poured In from all quarters bnt the problem was not satisfactorily solved in anY of them and consequently the prize1 was not awarded In the following year the same ques tion waS again propounded and for five years answers continued to pour In to the academy Then it suddenly occurred to one of the academicians that after all the problem might be Incapable of solution and he determined to make a test for himself Filling a vase with water he put a stone Into It and saw that the water flowed over Then he took out the stone filled the vase again with water and put into It a fish the volnmcf of which was the same as that of the stone and saw to his surprise that the water again flowed over He told the academy of his dlscov cry and the result was that the offer of a prize was at once withdrawn Mliplaced Confidence An Irishman once applied for a Job on board a certalntthlp Wellsald the captain where are your recommendations Shure an I havent ehny sur Cant take you then got a German here with fine recommendations have to give the Job to him thatItheJob They were well out at sea when a storm arose one day while Pat and the German were scrubbing the deck A Ibig wave came along and swept the German overboard with his bucket Pat Imbelately picked up his buckjet and Ktqrted after the captain whelm fcaud below l nowrtheFulth stir ye know that German What had such felnc rlcommlndatlonsj what of him IBeo rrn fiur an bes gone off with j one of your buckets IDlm ou Pentl iry The nawab of Ruiiipur whose main about miles to the northwest of Calcutta came down from his home to call on Dr Smith says a Lon don paper nod brought 150 people whb him to see about his mothers teeth She wanted n scjt of false teeth afid setstheThe nawab of Ruiupur is n Moham medaq so of course the mother could not show her face Likewise on that account Dr Smith had to go to Rampur to do the work Two thousand miles jto make two sets of false teeth It cost the nawab 4000 rupees The old woman lay back with her face covered and time dentist worked at her mouth through n hole In a sheet A Question of Notes Yes sir said the wan with a frayed collar that land Is worthl 800 a foot nod only a year ago I cduld have bought It for a song ledIthe funny man Tlmnn with the frayed collar yed him distantly and haughtily andr piled in cold cutting tones fOb I could sing but I the rlgbt notes couldn2gt iAnd the funny maO as an overripe strawberry at theflbot torn of the basket Exchange Mn t hive Thought Her Old Miss Clara I declare I was never so IIinsulted In my life Oh how hate him Miss Angle Whom Miss CJilraThnt young snip of a What has he doueTj Miss Clara Why he asked this afternoon if I thought there was much difference between he people ten ears ado and now Just thinkten yean lard to SntUfy She You will love me always i ont you dear Ho Always darling Sho petulantlyOh He What In the world is the nat ter Sho Why op earth dont you say twice as long as always 1II Filenda JlokhI tell you what It Is thee Is nothing like having lots of friends iIi rom tlng lose me them Longs No LonrOnce upon a time there was a man who thought he wanted the earth Then ha had a vision and he dreamedl theIassessor came around wolfe up with a groan He has never wijutr the earth since Hwlsoii ReglUrJ Politeness In Mexico benIe hiart- they do not consider It bail form to stand in liner on the sidewalks and stare at tho ladles they wear their hats in a theater until the curtain flses and moreover they put them 06 tween the acts and stand up tel look at the audience and after a se tIon they embrace and pat each ther the baCk If they happen to be Inti Ion e friends- They smoke everywhere cvelnsome theaters They never carry bundles In the street but each Is att nded by a servant who carries cHi the smallest package They are wonder fully courteous to each other ana two friends will upend a good deal otj time in deciding which shall enter a room or carriage first Finally every Mexican gentljeman when strolling ona street Insists dn giving the Inside of the walk no his companion as a mark of politeness This point Is quickly decided If there is a difference in station or age but if there la not and the two frlenfls go down a street and cross often 69 that the relative positions are changed a new discussion as to which shell cupy the Inside becomes nccessi ry at oveit corner A Clilli BUhop A carious lug onSt stomtormerlyprevaution or a nOd authority purpose he was clothed in rlchi eplo conai robes anti wore i isitrr J C 1COlehlsj scholars should every Chlldennaa Innocents day come to Panlla church and bear the chylde bishops sermon I and after be at the hygh masse and each of them offer n penny to the chylde bishop On JJov 13 1554theJ thellchurches j boy bishops to take part in procesJ UsJWithi telection was suppressed but the Eton Montem was a continuance Under an other form The tOOy preacher was known In England before ho came from America London Chronicle Time Quality of Charity There probably never wits a man or womna who did not occasionally need the charity of those with whom they came in contact anti on bearing a story relating to the t Illness or fickle ness of somo one it surprising that they do not hope for the honor of their race that it is not true or at least treat It with charitable silence- as they hope to be treated There nev er was a great man who paid much at tention to gossip there never was a woman distinguished above her sisters for goodness who was not charitable You might as well amuse yourself by remarking the ugliness of people as to amuse yourself by remarking their faults and transgressions We are all ugly enoughheaven knows and we all have too many faults to warrant us In being surprised at faults in others AtchIson Globe Rapid Army MobllUaUon The finest example of rapid organ ization of an army was certainly the mobilization of the German army In 1870 On July 17 in that year the fa mous telegram the shortest and most momentous ever dispatched Krieg Mobil went 1from the headquar ters at Berlin and within a fortnight an army of 500000 men fully uni formed equipped and provided with commissariat was on Its way to the French frontier Of course It must be remembered that all these men nod been previously warned and that all had been through their period of mill tary training London Answers Playful Mousey Apes and gorillas are usually vicious and resentful and less addicted to play ful tricks than the common monkey Indeed the monkey as we all know is a trickster both In his wild and domestic state In their native forests they spend hours In vl aging from the branches of trees isnded by their taIls and chattering und grimacing with evident signs of delight Hum boldt mentions seeing over a hundred so employed In a South American for est Golf to Blame For Irr lionellneic A fisherman notitttl u lonely lady sitting on u rock r Vorth Berwick Iulttliig nnd remark o his compan ion Thats a loncs looklu wuni luau She sits on thi ck a day ute knittlu she never ks to a livin an auld maid ippose Auld maid replied the other Xo tier ken her find Her mans a go nrfIT Edinburgh Dispatch White Animals Ami the Japaaoe A white fox Is oft icntloned in the Japanese fables ai white serpent appears In their plctii a of Benten the goddess tt fortune along the Jap uuese os among the ardent Greeks and Scythians white borwi were dedicated to the gods and an still attached to the larger temples of the country The nillk ami butter of white cows were formerly prized as u medicine An IntereitluK Teacher The dominie was trying to explain the Darwinian theory to his class when he obsered that tbev were not paying proper attention oysbe said when I am trying to explain to you the peculiarities of the monkey I wish you would look right atme Leave It Oat There Is but out artto omit would ask no other knqwledge A man who knew how to omit would make an Iliad of a dally paperU- L Stevenson Whlrtler at Wet Polat Among the famous men who were for a brief termVrat at West Point were Edgar A Poe the poet Matt H Carpenter the eminent lawyer and statesman of Wisconsin and James MarNelll Whistler the celebrated painter Whistler remained three years at the academy The Army and Navy Journal gives the following curious story why be did not pass his exam ination The subject given him In chemistry to discuss before the academic board was silica which constitutes 8 per cent of the solid matter of our earth Whistler it was said in perfect innocence of the subject but with his characteristically charming manner described silica as an clastlc gas fiN saponlflable fat The young ladles lu the audience smiled approval but the stern academic hoard dispensed lthI Whistlers further vilnable services at tim Military acadi n Plftb C nt r AathoV Hcrophllus one ot the Alexandrian school wrote a treat e on the practice of medicine on obst tries on the eye and on the pulse whih ho correctly referred to the mover uts of the hem He was aware of the existence of the lacteals and of theh anatomical rela tions to the mesenter glands Erasls tratus his colleague and a pupil of Theophrastus and l hryslppus was aware of the nature of the heart hnd Its connection with the veins and arteries but be fell into the error that the veins were for the conveyance of air and the arteries for that of blood Otherwise he anticipated Harveys great discovery Ho knew also that there were two kinds of ncrrcathose- of motion and those of sensation The Flaff at HalfHalt The custom of showing the flag at half mast originated from the way at Iscn of showing the preeminence one nd over the other In tijna dt war fare The vanquished always had to lower Its flag while the victors would be raised as high tin possible in exul tation To lower a nag Is an act of Submission betokens respect tea se parlor or aslgnafot distress The holstlpffof a flagjhaif niast high came to bo used therefore as a sign of mourning and respect Quite Rommnttc Miss Gayglrl Did youanyyoubav4tJ- ived in New Mexico all your life Mrs Hansom Yes Miss GAud been married five times Mrs 11Yes Miss 0Ever divorced 5 Mrs BNo husbands all shot Mlsa G gushieglyHow romantic Detroit Free Press III DcntTTfPiiisipixwels JMlIj J elscaetest I J fiM y RtttltlcIe the eff trouble works permanent curcj FIFTY CENTS PiR fcOTTn UO IkA AN INQIAN TER jS I rvAre bfstreac b the Co a lelt ichiiae runs wo trains day Ire M to Texas wlthput chAnge has t s el reach direcorrnake close naec 0 foraifpartsoITexas ab is andiodianTerrimry l p5 y torsoi 4SSg it you want o a boise t I iaTexas where crops are s raiaedandwhere lproipes 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