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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rTw c T i I r I hIiJJ tt NEWSLEADER i f rrf lt g T J 111r k gifJt f JI fF qY lIJr r0i xo9 4 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON j COUNTY KENTUCKY FEBRUARY 26 1903 ioo A YIAli bJl II- ii F t r Ia II It h raI t PHONE 53I r t 1I cToRv In It 1 rI14U teoMty eat of l tiI 3t xi11e south 9J miles from k Sisi1Ie towr branch oj r IL1irIL 1 eI k era plrt telephone M fluurrniIt1ulnr tFPIP 1110 pbpu1aton uf 7r XpreeNkcIlCougrevsBOn 1 LksiItkiJLJtnV1te Ky Kjtr 1I6 ritutUcq Letsa y flKe nt l Dohoney ciitateSezateHonXc1HeKn ofI ry ipc1lsyUle Ky A caiDIrcctgry a tI1 of BITcQURTClnoJJ Jp1tth Monday b wary May ard Octob t Mi ofCo Pat Judre j ofw USweeiiey Conuuoihealth At 4 lCl r ifJ t7 MaterCoinmiPJl I b TkaAYli t tJ T t helc lif tiltS third J l1ie 1p013111T1 L LtfWi f a ct1TY uJiid trcoiney l9 alit thhrnUtt i it a L LltsjiUdgc d fo Vi Bo r CouutyC1Crka I T L MaCounty Attorneyt eofre CMittt Jailer Iroa r d t C1Sb HWtfc1t i tJDcput1eS J1 J 3fJCounty Stirvercr 1Ruaj Aeisor- f t i o4aDeputy Jt irt1jjTrihurcr4 P 1Xih4 ery Coroner Supt 01 CQI1non f f fteld j f 7iFJ 4t111 1Iij tcFcouRrr t a Jr ePolice Judge Gra MkraL 9 I I C it ttorl1 r7 in 1IiIITICPcOUT I3tt4tket areS hCld iiiJanu ry1 y4 P iitJ41 O tob r f D1 teciY t JJ111fk J i 1 ISr CHURCH t f J fey Gee Douglas Pastors Set uIa and 73Ct l at at 830 Prayer t yllltJd daY night at 73- 0Ic T t i c jor NZv errlceI stkeIOD1scomtt1 In f ch tk amt Sun z ang eYey Wednesday f kt 4 t r CATOL1C C URCHJRevP Henneva Pastor 3cr- ryituday at 8ud 10 oclocJtj fw aStRosesaine hours t1d ItI f CITIAiCflURH levi Felir Pastor Swyice i sod ill earl L rHthiij SPzByrrnLfn CHURCH 1ty W1okad pjustor 1r g yday t11m- r1P 1ru tlelu ote = c sy 1l FayerueatIfll t yrlllJ at 7jcIck e rrjit I ors t tl1t4ti4tNr iir lgii ll jofJat t hSa i0 kapterj lJii r tov r 11if4ieI1 go52petao r uty1 2rcAMecIi Ji eattY r ch moI1ih t1 1 M Wf J qtp yaru z trthy ily gefltmafl- Is to- ttoct b4KiteHlnthi r1tiv jIIihiE Jerrit JrT cl Oatr i wLL fryorabI Y tr1f SIt p p r7b IVa5Xttt8 bi i1Jteit fra t In j 4 liadijfP I E1cp4tie tt 4 lwteeun- A p r t 1 hs JPlIuII1 f V a M OutqO IIId1- IICitg r i J iiiiHwiJfiHHH iiii HtHHfiH ii A BOUND OP TALK THE MARCH WINDS Hear the March wind ahlngby to Neath a gray and cloudy skyv ndhlgbIl weEiItear1t bowl and hear It roar Scattering raindrops on before In sudden flurrleal Hear the toarjoh wind tar away Ita noisy boisterous play gee the papJoS twtafc and sway a As on it rushes IJ Hear the branches wail and cry N conlng to the stormy skyglstlthO wind begins to die 4n fitful hushes iII nBvnjarnlnXetcl1j noIi s old but rite and true saying nd itva well illustrated t here lust week on the occasion tie maddog scare in the town dox supposed to be mad ran p iiliiilck among the town dogs for while and as a consequence aUbt the canine population of the community w s put under the an of suspicion A ampaign investigation a d a small war extermination was inaugurated y our worthy town marhalB jndrt a result the population of- og heaven has been increased yat Iieast a score of canine souls d Irom this particular district 1tc developed too that few if any of these worthless canines had any eal excuse for living in the town as they had never cOrn plied with the law requiring ail own dogs to pay a tax for the privilege of living Many of the hlqents were slaughtered nd those spared have promised opay taxes and be good Sqah maddog scare is not so bad atthing after aH Anyway it is aa good tax collector wF1m aadfonrth4d5Y HE ROAD QUESTIONTI question will not down n whether it has any effect or IeLe the NewsLEAThER will continue ooffer a few suggestions along the line of furnishing a solution i for the problem of how to keep the roads from going to ruin We t have made he suggestion before to the effect that it would be a wise plan for the Fiscal Court to ppoint a good practicall roadr builder to take charge of all the road making and repairing for the coqoty At the last meeting of the county magistrates the undertooK1to o have charge of the work inc his respective district Each one may have and no doubt did his best to get results from the amount of the appropriation av ailable but while v do not say that the result was failure it was not what the iioj le expectI ed and the roads are bad and get ting worse We believe that if a 0practicalployed by the coMty and emI powered to put thdJTwork where it wasmgst needed and given 5wertomPJy hands andI scientcallyoiu that thew11rk is properlyancr could be paid TTfi the annu appropriation ns heretoforemade and that much more good wPnld e accomplished with the remain der than has been done hereto fore So long as the patchwork methods which have been pur sued in the past are continued the roads will be no better than they are now The county willI hav more money this year on Account of increased assessment andit should use it on the roads for that is where it will do the most good to the most tr neopleI SSESSSIENO Speaking of lthe complaint from those tax payers of the county who tJiave hadtheiRsessment raised by thedor SipervlsQrs- n county official remarked ifyti the notgreatL00WaslungonSMuatibtt of property 1i always Jjbaen put tlow5It is estimat tad th at oxen now jvith the in creiisd that Has been recentlyt put tpjiLthatther sesseyalua l tiohof farproperin 1lo con nl Itty iU noli inity per cent ftts1 riaka1Uj Numerous cages rfuJA i e cHeawlitgrfarmers have refusid thIrty thirtyfive n uJC r and forty dqllars an acre for g their laud rind yet Jgive it in to the county assessor at from ttn fourteen dollars U a betwr valuation could be establislifd more income fcr th6 county wfh hich to keep up the rids would be the resultcBetter than Goldt4l WHS troubed fOr sev Iule oars with tIronc indigestion rt1 nervous debility write P rJforced hopdtiua until Ihe un using EleciricBitters wl id me more goo ihan alt theI ilier in d icings Iva U11 IIIIIl ays Elnctrtc Bities are epleu ttasthvlraCr liar Wfa1c run cownl l omen No other m die lf canjj iai its pjice in cur family Try ttm Only 50 cents urllntPldd H uydontt Wei siiiiiTuses a weak body and invites disll ease Kodol Dyppepsia GUHK cures and strengthens the stomach and also wards off and overcomes disease J Taylor a merchent of Texas s ys could not cat because xof a weak stomach I lost alt strength aud run own in weight All that money ould do was done but all hcpeof recovery vailished He ring 01 some wonderfutonrca effected by Kcdol Ibconcluded to try it The first bottle benefited me and five restored me to my usual health strength and weight HaydoncThoie who are suflrariuj fro m ailt ments caused by inactive kidneys mea not he disappoiuted in the use ot GAY at UBA It is a remedy orepared espec iall r for kdney complaints Its ulerillas restored many hopeless invalids health aud strength Sod bv Wood CampbelleMARION NEVSIIrom the EntervriseJj r 1I If 11fdd vi do wiii eriy I yesierday Logan 1IC i wini was charged with breaking itn the workshop off Ed Gtim aud taking tnerefrom o pisc tols was gin five yer U rm ID the neniteutiary Anrii Mor gan and Minnie Cowherd thfII two nei womrtn who robbfd att Taylor county citizen a fewt xyeeus ayo1 wen ifivtn 5 yaars each and Elisha Parrott who two weeks aso entered the res dences or Mrs McAtee and Mrs i Johnson was given 7 yeas for each offence Fourteen years in the penitentiary is not big fur such as Parrott Master Commissioner Bu buer sold at tne Court House door enI yesterday afternocn the Ben 0cNeat lands in this county Auc tioneer Phil TbompsM came over from Springfield to cry tbe sale There were four racts in all and the purchasers were as follows The Henry ONeal farm of 153i acres to B Muhon at 84 90 the Home farm of 108J to Jbhn Hug ton at3f IFrank ONealfarmT ofUr58 acres to Percy Bow saa at24 50 an addition to thc home farm of 52 38 acres to Sam T Spacing aj1525 lMrs Belle Spmdiog relict of 1the lain R Len Spalding died at her homo nesr Now Market on Wednesday Felt IB 1903 after a loop llne s of consumption De ceased was an estimable ladyand leaves bf sides her children a host of lpnds to mourn ber- death Sle was about forty years of ape The funeral services ice held at the Catholic church of thlcthshowusl a de vout and corrsistcnt jmember The beieaVfd family have the sympathy fI ull in their sad loss The DeauwiU case which ha consumed large portion intheCftcuit Court was iyen to ttnejury Tuesday afternojon and after deliberating about five hffurs they repottedthat it was impossibje for them IIo agree on a verdicf atd the Judgef dibchar fed them T Severn stood rJdttr ting tbewail stand and five for breaking it The best l gal taleo tip be founXahy where was 1omployedinbb1hsidsand tb jase was ardfou tThear Ruments were interestiDKi and the enttropoceedius attractedt a large number of specUtocs 2L IRi I i Company nrujr store uttrac a reaedoaLif ttmtjion MrD sn lalbott who jive ihemtr eit fare HHJS their pprforuatu are quite interesting if not fII gamlMrcalled a ppecies leap fri g Ar to his dpSCripitcording n thiy tak their phires at 01 nsiifi nds of the box in which they t towardsr t head end collission But that is forlonewithout any contact and this they generally succoad iu doing aking turn about in making the- leap Once while he was watch ing them at this sport Mr ralE ott discovered tht the little animals have a sense of humor As one making the leap the other und rnQath pro jected his tail upwards and OI his playmate hat helatter fell awkwardly and then both lay shaking Mr Tal olt says as if iaughinu heartily heir does not seem to heat theS animals up at allaind heir skins are always cold Nelson Record Tendency ot the TimesII The tendency ol medical scienecia towmds preventive measures The bcsijthouffht of the world ii bieng Tivcn to the subject It is eavierand etter to prevent thnn tll cure It has been fully cmoiiKtratcd that pneumonia one of the most dangerous disease that medical men hare to ontent with can be prevented bv he use of Chamberlains Cough Rem dv Pneumonia always results from Mur fr in in atack of influenza hn been obi rved that thist itly counteract anv tendency of nOieasfsi towards Pu cit moiiia5 Tini has btiii fully urovcn in many tiitiisaiids of cases in which this rem lia liceip used during the great r valence of cnUU atd grip in recent r0rs jnd cm be relied or with im t jpii t cnii lcisc Iiieamonia often ei from a slight cold when noI i r apprehended until it is lIudr oivcovered that there js lever iiTricuit in breathing and pains ill ch and thenit announced that the pat Ic t has pneumonia Be hmberllaillull iis contracted For salohv Uaydon i Escaped an Awful Pat i i Ha jjns IIf Melbourne Fi Writs Mv doct ir ild meI th it I h td consuinpiioi and that t iiiijr ouln hdon for toe i Wu3jiifu up to die The offer off a free hoi vie ot Dr Kinds New Discovery for Consumption induced mo to try i Uesulls were startling I am now on the road to recovery and owe it all to Dr Kings NeV Discovery It surely saved m life Tnis gri at CJre iis guaranteed for all throat and lung diseases by C J Hay don druggit Price 50 CHI 51 Trial bottles frtJ Elms DestroycdI New Haven Echo Ono ff the most attractive features of the Abbey of GelhsoTiani intro fIorei Those magnificent elm traps that formed tho avenue thatjecas uu to the Porters fcodee imucit Qeeji jput jhtcudestroyed of the beauty of the place lnern were four rows of full trees that were ret s as tu for mI a perfect sh all They were fullN and boauty was such llit Her visitor always rem inbere hem A few years go tba ere u1 tacked bv a ii etlo it had about killed iietn n the only thtng to be d h vis tu cut tlumi IIplantedII i DeWiits Witch Hazel Salvei The odlypottive cure for blind protruding and itctiing piles cuts burns bruises eczema and all abrasion of the skin DeWiits is the ony Witch pureSunadulterated witi h bacl all earc countetfeits p jWitts Witch hazeS Salve is made tp uroc are made q sell Iiydon The best physic Once tried an you Atll always use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver T btetsSa8 William A Qirara Pease Vt These Tabletsarc the most prompt mgist 0p1isantc usJEbr saleby Haydpn y Mothers Vlvesafeij Foley Hooey and Taf to theijschiidrenf for conjfhs opiateeorolht Campbell t 1 it tr 1wm Mioaljnsr 4J in HI Wart b 0j PIONEER 1EACHERS BardstownWs a Fleli fir Many DItIngMished Pedagogues Awol g the list school teach ers who came to Nelson county was WillianJCoolLes He was one of the first settlers at Harrodsburg and afterwards with Dr Hart removed to Bards town Another early teacher was Ichabod Kadley who be an teac big in Nelson county abput the year 1760 Old Ben Hardin Robert and uharles A Wickliffe wereamong his pupils Aootner pioneer teacher was DanielBarry who taught schpolfor a number of years in Brdstov n Barry was an Irish refugee He was versed in the languages an ac om pllshed scholar und a polish d gentleman Old Ben Hardin was also one of his pupils and afterwards assisted Barry in teaching In the beginning of the establish men of schools the school house was a lug structure with creased paper windows puncheon benches and desks and a mammoth tire pace Dil worths speller atd the New Testanfen t were the solo text books Geog raphy and irithmetic were taught orlly Writing was more akin to natural than mental exercise nd required the teacher to be expert in tile making of quits as well As marks The teachers were generally of Scotch or Irish extraction with now and then a Yankee Te early common schools were sup rted by subscription each patron bearing a proportion cf the general cost Tho teacher was usually a man of iieces ilies and acccptfid his salary in prk corn nnd whisky As corn was worth 10 a gallon whisky 15 pe pint end a lodging 0 and other produce commanded high prices it was no difficult matter to settle tuition fees The lat century marked by a ripid progress in thesehoastic attain mens of the teacher and Ken tucky to day has as go d schools and colleges as can ba found in the worlUKy Standard Remedy fora number ot years and I have no hesitancy in saying that iti the best remedy for coughs colds an8 crouip I have ever used in any family have not words to express my con fidence in this remedyMrs J A Moore North Star Mich For sale by J Ha ydon When apolied to a burn or a scald Drv Clauses German Penetratin Lineuicnt relieves the pain at once Its effect is cooling and soothing Sold by Wood Campbell The Earth Swallowed Him The experience of young DennY Tomlinson of the Hound dollow section in Pulaski county the other night ws most thrilling He was returning from church services at a late hour of the night nod missed his pathway in the dark Suddenh tthe earth seemed toopeu and swallow him After falling a dis ance of some 50 feet he found himself consid erably bruised and bleeding at tile bo tom of one of tho limestone Uavrns so numerous iu that sec tion Fortunately for him a 36 fopt pole had been previously let into the hole rOt the purpose 0r rescuing a dog hat ad met a similar iriish p man years ago This he climbed to within 12 feet of the mouth of the aper lure aud by heroic efforts sue cceded in cutting one by one footholds into tthe rock and malt hugi his torturous way out of the COldsII II I bid a terrible cold and could hardly brt1the liilcninlecLAcr Cherry Pactoral7 and it gave m Clm t- Ii mediate relter V Co Layton SMelt III f How will your cough It- d 1 bO tonight Worse prQb Lly For Its first a coki iacough then broIlk 11hltjSj or pneuraoniaj iind jj AH ll 5t cjonsuirtptiQnri oif Coughs always tciidT t th1ddownward I takingAyers Cherry Pec itoral1 1 Tfcm kHcL AMfcmUti ITasswinr doctor It he lays tan1f- tile doss ho uys Ub wp 7 sot 1cttH Iss dsut 1aIIeM R0kuw0 q LeI wttkJs 41 u middle ef an awful fix He had tired many shots and called un tit he was voiceless in hopes of bringing a rescuer before takinir the desperate clnnces of climb 0iugt what was practically a liv n rave for over twelve houty which fora fifteen year old vas a decidedly thrilling advon ture Harrodshurg Herald TIe Easy Pil P Wi ts Little Early Rfterc dc not Rjip or weaken the system they cure Bihi usness juauaice icouxtipation and Inactive b wels by aipusing the sccretioLS Moving the bowels gently and effectually and giving such tone to the glands of the stomach liver and bowels tuat the cause of thetroublc is removed entire y These famous tittle pils exert a decided tonic effect on the organs involved and if used a few days there will be no return of the tiouble Haydcn Whcn jc feel I Ivc and that every qtliinr goes waong take a dose of OhamberIainB Stomach and Liyer Tablets They will cleanse iud inviff orate yorr stomach regulate your bowels gie yau a relish for Mork and make you feel that in this old world is a good place to live orlIale by Haydon Winter coughs are apt to result in consumption neglected They can be broken up by using Foleys Honey and Tar Sold bA Wood Campbell Fifty DoAs Afler Him J A Tomlinson Breck Bonta Dave Chatham and Wes Van arsdull and several hunters from Boyle tIed Garrard couny Pnjoy ed a line fox on rui Thursday night Piltv dogs ran Re nard from 8 at night to daybreak Once the fox carrieda dogs down in to Shaker Bend theace to Poor Neck neighborhood and from there led them into the edge of this cit One r twice thw fox was s ely pressed but hy douHinj on his track a d resorting to other tricUs managed tb escap This fox h s furnish ed hunters a ood deal of sport al d seems to enjoy ho runsso much hat he hats he p kr own to run tbrugh a yard wheea num ber of dogs were lying about as if to tantalize or challange ibem for a test of speedHarrods- burg Herald Misterlouv Circumstance One was pale and sallow and lust einpr fresh and rosy whence the difference She iuo is with health blushing uses Dr Kings New Life Pills to nainiain it By gently arousing the lazy organs they compel good digestion sad bead off constipation Try them 25cts at Hay don s A Clearance Sale Having sold my farm situated three miles fron Springfield and one mile from Sims on the pike leading to Leban n offer at public sate on- WEDNESDAY MARCH 4 1903 all my stock farming tools household and kitchen furniture consistiug of the following One combined mare Intoal 1 combined horse 1 work mule oncI 2year6id finely bred horse one yearling filly high grade 3 year ing mules 2 extra milch cows giving milk one fine heifer 27 head of hogs extra good 1 new wagon 1 new buggy old buggy one brake cart mowing machine good one disc harrow Oliver turning plowr 2 double shovels ineri HOUSEHOLD GOODS One nice bedroom suit one Pullman plush parlorsuit one center table one Hamilton organ to nice rocker 4 nice iron beds one set extra nice hgh back chairs 9 cane bittern sitting chairs one dining table ex tension one Seth Thomas clock on steel oven range cook oVQ1 one parlor stove OneJ HOitingI stove one sewing machine7 ohi extra nice parlor lamp 3 Ven saddles onOsldo saddle one hell 4nd many bthfrthD swnj Inpm to mcantion i especitllyJnvitetLI 1 der jO cash Qvftt tthat amount 1 12 m g 1crC9ttin1 ttvt WT- thpiovedsecuritt iie otfabla and jIlpay able in either bank in Spring fleld 1 i ag- h B Yi ros CoU EL E Wiynef A CtYt Ft lri rart1f lar car 1th- stgJiattse byntaInii rrtl JI- l1eit thcwgi Wand tauipboli l I sl11 Ipox tgmpcd Out It seam fiat nalLpqthtcb has b eiipreVaiUnf To ihe Ewly Timfes highhQr1QQiJ since the- mldd of lustt NovQihbetrhas beeiksjtvmpctf out The three re mat ning jtuti nis Avur last week discharged and th pesthvuse doseqbfessis RObertPotlitiger- anti Wm Robertson who acted as guards during the continuance sedIrramthere is evtry reason tto biBHave that ther will be no furtber out break of he rpublo As a mians of pr cauiiou tbe pesthoose hard itsjontents weroln npwiseSis tnrbeia Messrs Robertson and Pottinger discharged their duties as guards ina manner satisac tory to nIl and were highly com mended by the County Judge There were about twenty cases of small pox in the neighborhood six of which werevtreated at them pesthouse Nacer Huston Mate ii1 McAtec Jim McAttee wife andff baby had severe cas l7hacol g fluent form the remainder relight All the patients were co l ored Standard Tbe scratch of a pin may cause the oss of Unti or death when blood nln results fromtbe All tdangerapplying ChamLerlaicr Pain Balm It Isi at antiseptic aud quick healing ntisepttc for cuts burns bruises FoJ sale by Haydon t 1000 thrown away MrrW Baker of Plainview Neb writC9UMy wife hid lungtr oble idoctorsi dollars withoat relief Sh was very low and I lost all hope when a friend suggested trying Voleys Honey arid Tart which I did and thanks to this irrert remedy it saved her life She is stronger and enjoys better health than she hat kriowtvin tcnyears We shall never be without Fbleys Honey and Tar and woud ask those afflicted to try it Sold by Word Campbell jOnj eightyear old son of Mrs IaILong of VanEurenwabumL to this place to have the mad stone applied to a wound on his hand made by a rabid dog some days past When the stone was applied it adhered one hour and forty minutesv Last week we publishe Ian ar ticle and in fact there has scarce Iv been an issue 0ltbis paprrll gotten out in the three months it has been published that basnot contained an article about peo ple being tiittenby mad dogs Js it not high I time th4the good people of the county shoulder arms and gt on a dog huU fund kill everyone to be found The time of year is now at hand for the repocs to be coming in of I sheep being kl lled and now would be a good timt to f put a stop to such losns You may have d gjs that you ar fond joIaBdby them like by your cnildren you think there is no tfrongthatlhev a could do Both have happened People who havlogs of valuej should keep them chained 011 housed And neldl personally re4 sposuible for damage to piOpeny l and loss of life and to all others that are not so kepta butioni or a load of sh tsdvenrii Salesmen Wanted 0ToWashington and ad icent cbin ties Salary or con mission Address theHARVEy the Ccr Cleveland OhV ebanoJltta1 ldUfSr OflTcial notice hV been receiv ed here that free fual postI ronrfN4 12 8 rtJl bqinstal itd from this office lfauj March 2 RouteNb JLgoekouheCal vtry pikB thtLThYrtver irtid refurl1 by wiyp1 thoiBrsdsrorV- IIIC pike N9 g oul the Cecil fiverg1f e1ndW- STY A1 Y of the GaroBbellaiH jp1kc hhTo 3 goes outthuPanmiiioi and Shhrtlin pike JriI return fct Iwny of the Braour Ill pikt Therln8l roue oQtkt the St Roti pike arid rjeturniiif by wa Pit Ihrinfeld pikp has been hold up psaiabbecGee iof protest frOm thepitieg caf prang eld It ha if P j mended that tleppt t simmfltscotldHil MIed fl TbS aU- J QII rjt00k UNljlc1IIkat 3 TH r 9E Itii1i1iA- kss1P1 J j 1lllJISInI Rural Delivery IIn County Attorney Wm JPr has secured through tG51bert sets of blksMli sttu tJpnsapperLar i Iito r 1 free delivery of oaail Titrt wya cod chance to obtain ttnl m if and popular systent of ail iflivery over spin rout ByW county if the formers triUi4k iS Httle interest in the teQiUr Ifti roiite iis supposed lo rlroM twenty to tw nty five nssad tevserveone horldre fasujlitr The routs can bsIa I iicscounty tend run into aiwtltcC r two neighboring comtttes fie thatraanen It is icmtixy i c the blank DftHTlons acooritaf to the approve form of UM iijart went whch V r Prie h b bs signed by each head of family Jto his own haudyrritiig aift lor each faaratr who d trttti service to buy or have iMit 4 mal box aocPrdnor to 1areii ions prescribed b11hechd ment The po itios of carrwc pays 600 a year and the apftf cant must be betwe A thaii- o 17 and 55 ut she is am i pr tbiy discharged oiiCrblo- ue interested should Me Mri Price Congressaatm GiHMTt writes that he will take pUetere in obtaining tle establiefc eis theyroules oBoyIe feljrv DanvileNewF One Minuter Cough Cure gives M U eEls Qae minnie becaiw it MHitiM microbes which tickle th iMMtpt membrane causing he ngk adri tneVame time clears ike fkitfm9fA draws out tlje 1naia4si asd knati 3Mkxtdlungs ward oil pneuMcala a4 ti harmless and ntver fallfaift eisa Al all curable cases of evf tiinj L crop One Mlraute Ceek COM to pleasant to take kaclsIs JMA jssI for Jettnga doldt a 0Ailgktalirs Worse tuam altrai flftati- 8itb plgil brassy coigkof totiig i sounds like the chll4xes Niii and it means daat1i1iisles- g I Idone qmrcidy fawc1letandclucroup Mr v PX C r4sr III Mae ningtpn Ky wrltcuJtq14 girl hat sr ca rthe doctor saM she eiil qtli I got a bottleoFekysiSs7aMT- htudthefirstdoeegasfls her life Poi tats br Wd Ol KUkd Tw MNl WM N Iii Lab wektbree into a fight ptfr a cHMi i I here i n town kikd ih wordsrwer jfreiily 14MMil thestreet WM retcfaed iginegro whoe MMM is McKee picked p m told th two Wibs ssT9U him to ce ass ihfic pwrM I 1W 4 they alIe4 toToM d tel I brick wKick Mrak o of negro vi kdi4Wa1O- vet toibec il m pltbej j b which e4 M dowi Nr1 count Np aizs see as f aw tu WiL OHM who were tMciat ps i sore oust no wsrraLIW renceburgJt N4g1 ATU geIs ykIdst teatmctttef Kty Cyssai BeJi igr eabiy MOm tk Kb t tkroisk tlt MUf ejjtflk- eal th wliljsaiv diKss4teIf Sedp- titst wi3 ii drI SIkI1tk- e44leLIiIt WSflSS UI- 4bliMd 1IBI II ILL r ist W41iiiAir el7Iilaae erty ksslsd g eltcbi It- hivstacasa sssdsy bt7osL ca sto9It inlc reuott tbU time ssp- ft sis AlaaLe r- okS1IkS this QSM vvkosctt1i 4h s udO- PbeiIrp1 kddDtPiirq0ii t f 11 4 1 J l rt 1 I 11 tJiIA S R Ar 1 PLoLpYcusT Jfit X L L iA R IN Q l E f i r t 4 P lNCFIELD KY t l11f 0 9 f7f lIEtl a J jtISJJK tHaLv 1 Ilok r t ottccS IOt Acii ulteequentlnsPJto 1q lls ort 3iindliatcH and poltUcal ma tf t 1tta 1r tt U Jib work at low ratSbntcMh j ndn ttd1 Wy r s 1 t riiRtanion liberal l itt Ilrespect 3 Iur 4Ot71IWT8 l C lor1M ftSt 5O t Jtt lom sL15i H IIX i ran flf AR 26iA 3 l 4 ei ige 1 ate fjii J toflnflOUflCO 11f Mce of Circuiti Qd bltl caltb Jodiclal tkt11ogo8d of the 9oDteS9f iciTItor Greoi and vashipi1 torn iabj ct toth action of the Demo r rSs1rAttorneywsrr aDtbdrized to announce BEN SPALDING 7 L jjwa for the office of Corn 4aow aaddate Juhi Attorney for the lit b Ifadloiaii abtrlit sabject to the action oi the D mocratfc Party Primary iliiolloo 3an0jB liW3 V Ji qjs5Weare authorized to announce vJ HEARTS MCELROY lAcandWite for the nomination for 4 iiomMonweHltbs Atioiney of the 4 i iclieVndIcial district subj ctno Ui e lictibn of the Democratic party Ad 41 W are authorized to anfiounce t ItLDpR raf 1 UrS ivr Gen QDn y wi candidatei for th- pffoi of Commonwealths Attorney r Abjict to the action of ib Dewb- bcraM p r YtlntbI8 the Eleventh aJizdie1iIi distrICt composed of e Washington Marion t oponUtei of Tiyior and preen Primary June 0 p 1 2 orc1rcat Clerk i Weare authorized to announce tth MB P M CAMPBELL AS a candidatel fort e office ofCircu CoVrt Clari of Washington count y 7f f fabjjecttitp4rtbe em9c tic Primary f TF6bruarf 21 1903 if erected XviH b Hafsistad h the office by Robfc Hoe i jji c 1it f PCF Representative iZ r dc ii t WareauthorIzed to announce tti J 2t fe T lttlAM D OLAYBROOKB liS1bF 1F 84 a caudJdate fortbe Demb iJrA oratic nomination for the offic 1Ot RBpresentative in the iJ lowen Oi iihouaa Of KIltUCkY Legislature l Wiisbington county 5a J Collectors Report- S 5S Ij Report of 0 L Ta nle tIa- t fJl i collefelorfortbe town of Sprint ti f 1 ffiegfQrth year 190I t f J Ta isSble propeVty 531940 tot or atr50 perhandred 2059 70 f Ties 213 at siso55S 319 so Ties anjropertynot ag lsied 5 2 V o V mIil 1rI i J da T9taL 1 2iM 45 yfTc pr rfiLess D elinguent st JL 6550 i1S5- iI e8SCpUectprs Commissions 145 t al5 crr f TotalturnedintoTrcas 52773 00 LS J wJ t e mniUt eapP9inedby efind the abo I ilC WHARTON iC rrv j1 Commitiee r WitI IHt of k mi he fo1cwing pereon g have bee iriS WrtfidrdeI1nqt1entfor the year 19 xfSJ 8 ii tc bq i vwHrrE j Tt 3t cUiir I if Boswclll Lon 1 p dfr oIa 111 clugh oGara ijor E Eugene PBryan J08 Okircfterrn n cfmenk John w 3po ribbey T t Tornpson COLORED iJJCrih BrowT DaVe BradD BtfJohn1 Carrlcpy Sherman tA eni John Cald 11lke Dayis cj cOf Eaer GcoG undy Ceor- iU4t1y t TuuiHarborJim 9bnsJo9jZi Key J3mirifc Lnscd John tCEl1 r Ir s4jr ri GleV ifttfcena Wm Qsborne PiiUips Andrew Paddock d5f 1eterff John Powntrec 4Tom r BobItay GeP J lJjJ VBen1c 1W y Toni Smith John Tarye e ijl mwan 1jtryee Arth Wh1rt nWm r eJarnes Wagoner Bob wig 4 I io you SUOSC dip n o that bulk coifte- buyyou it 0 Cottercine l tlgJ2t kagIIQ cbancc for hnd1izig or dittor things to get in CIeai Frisk ia4 Fi WM4 r w i DO YOU GETUP WITH AL NGKttiKitocj TrowKle Mak To IflseraWe Almost everybody wh reaafene s 1apefS is sure t4gOQi i9 derfuI iJDrjKUmers It cal triumph offtthe dis Iteenthcentury eml1 by of sent kidney and blad det speclaJlstiand wonderfully successful in promptljr curing i lame back kidney bladder uric acid trou bles and Bright t s Disease which b the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot not rca 0endedforveryththgbt1tify0UhaV6k1dney i ust the remedy you need has i to many ways in h 5spttal work in private practice among the helpless too poor pur chaser Ilef and has proved successTul every cue that a special arrangement has been by whtahall readers of this who t already tried Jt may have a sent free by mall also3book- l telling more about Ropt and how tto find put if you have kidney bladder troublCi- wieriwritinementibh readlnr this generous offer in thlspaper and send address to Dn Kilmer CoBlng harnton N Y The reruIar fifty cent and Isthe great medi nihfef Is is It been tested so to so made paper haven S3fll bottle Swam or your nome t mp11oot dollar sizes are sold by ail good druggists 5 Wet the curtains oCtime rolleilback and the performers of twentyfive years ago to ap pear on the scene what a reve latipn would last nigh IS p rfor mance have been to him How he would have wondered at simplicity of arrangements of his day and the magnificence of the drapery of the present whe aKttle burnt cork and a banjo constituted a performer while now it requires all the preccntj grandure of a colossal attractnn like Barlow Wilsons Minstrels to satisfy the public Every tig gregatiOn has its stars but none cast their rays brighter than do Barlow and Wilsons magnificent aggregation of star performers Now Orleans Daily PiCayune- e At the Springfield Opera House next Saturday night Admission 85 50 and 75 cents NtH LUCK BUT GOOD JUDGMENT Saves Property and LIve of many People at the Kentucky State Pair Loalsvllle Ky The Louis ille Courier Journal Itof September 24 1902 published the following At the State Fair yesterday 9athousand peope or more had climbed upon one of the sheds where firie thoroughbred sheep confined for exhibition to witness the headon collision between ihe two big engines set apart as one of the features of glV1ttell in one mass to the ground Fortunately no lives were lost and no serious results follow al save numerous bruises and scratches but had it not been for the strong Page Woven Wire Fence stretched aroundUhe in closure to confine the animals the loss to the owners would have amounted to thousands of dollars If jLuther Burns Springfield agent for the Page Fence See him for prices etc Land Stock and Fiedd Sale On Saturday March 7 1903 tat about 1030 a m on the premises I will sell at public sale one of the finest stock farm in Washington county Said farm is known as the Dr M B L gan IthandLebanon turnpike eight from Lebanon nnd five from Springfield There are Soacres iu wheut t and fine set of young grass acres in tine timothy meadow and thet5t in grass This is one1 ofhe finest watered farms 11th cpunty t vo streams run lttbfbuffh It affording abundant of pure stock water at all seasons besides a number of never fail1 iqg spring There is a fine sluyJrcrits tobacco barns etc Said farm Is susceptible qfdi vision lefivmg 150 acj jn ne irai t Ana ltjn tliir and will I sold separkit wliofe ito Bait tim Preer IIcknowj + r4 RAy nrljJJ 8 Lsnbhnoi NearIioclrshs le 1j1tin2SA lflIj r talfy s r t IL1fii I J 1n fled fin Jffl 4Uiatr ru IBut Buckles Afjiiipsr 5v5iv jjf trOtlbfflto tfliAj hVui Eqijfi g f3dor Burs Bruises Eru n911nd Piles 25 cia Baydbns drug store Tz clit t Ai j qrite411Jjlif r oWvh jt rt S l1 s 11J a J 1t I 5 CoLH1y J io n N1 1Ii I i Mt t 1 1 1tMVIGlt l tj riip Jo Smz lfIsonday for Ncnllhis1ri t Mr iud Mrs JN Cull wtTf iu VilfisburriSunrHy v i Mrs Alex Thonipsou nu V tt J turned home nfiHr a visit i 0 i ocosher at thistilae Mr Elmer Aridersu ofrSoii uels was dt homoJS nluLdayUS Sunday Miss Annie Kelley is vi hi her brother faydur town Missrf Ed Yog ami Lr Barker leftaonday lor Krtiii City Np Miss s Title Lh Amir- f Lo sdon Verna it u lurben Walson Slant Su Ja wiili 11 family of r D B rker Mrs W F Lo sdon and Master FianU speui But day it iMs G W Adams Mrs Joe S mith of Fredericks burg was here the first of the week eMr Alex Smith sp ntMon day with Mrs T P Kelley yishingnher grandmother at Vvilliburir Will Owens was in our vi luee s niiday Quite i number of our youri people enjoyed themselves at the candyjjulHn g ven by Mr and Mis J D Barker 01 last Friday night PLEASANT GKOVE Miss Margare Walker ol Perry vi lie is visiiing her sifter Mrs Neal West Miss Annie Jones nas retu tied frorn VanBuren Anderson con tywhere she will begin a school in March Mrs Sallic Ross of Fredericks burg was the guest of herdaugh 1ter Mrs J S Ya key last wHh Mr TJ Trvni was in Louis yule last week wih his tobacco Miss Re a Yankov is vistinp in Lexington John Ktllev has accepted position w th E B Plikson at Litsey Dave Litsey accompaukd by thn il his claSsmates Ver Johiboti Lane and Martin verv visitiu a Judge Lisas bt vcek T tum aui iwias bi28 cattle of Luther Burton 4 per hundred Mr Jas Grugory was in cuuity last week 1Baron Parks gave a sleigh 5rid Mo the young folk ir the neighborhood si jFridav niyht which was grat1injoyed by allIn attendance ISJhe emninsIf Ms Th mas Reedof Willisburg r irAn red at the Pleasant irovc cttuiter here Tuesday tlle24th Mrs RoodI was well known here and her death is rt relied by vp MoOR SlLLE Marriei at Cn piin b the R v Fiz r of the Methodist elurc Mr Jas Gngsby of this place to Miss aiuu Bodino of HCI- Bloomlield thelesick list lesWe are living suro euoog winter il this time 30Seeral from hero attended county court xt Springfield last Monday inMr Tobe Wakefield and Mis Martha Jones of Ma d were mar ried iu Louisville Wednesday f last week They returned hum Friday night IErasLns Yates and Miss Es elk Miss Pearl Lynch near Springfield Sunday Messrs Mike Troutman and A W Eddleman were in Louisville Tuesday on busin erbo people of Pot n aralli- ng up onoyOtu eretfo t biidgo oc Wition LCk Vfo ttop tin t5siil tsiL- ti 4 if trinelrntfeli e s t5ailv Jtt inine rinithd winii r 7 AN HJt v ijrfs ItI M St74 S 2 jorClt hiin i hAMtSS1 t Miti t = If Sintils dJasf tsnclay f Mt iJ lh Tnitv is saved 29outt tJr IiiSShiCIL think i extragoodiuckIl Messrs Edfear IWofbrd a d Luther Boblivof Ghaujtn vis td the Masses G tatly Sunday Gartwridhls irncK Mrs Bart Mattingly enter tained a large crowd of visitors Monday A rabid dog passed through this neighborhood last Thurs day causing quito a sensation Several people have had to kill their dogs Mr Fonzie Medley and sister Miss Maggie were visiting at Mr Bill Smiths Sunday also Albert Smith andwife Jba Blandford bought from 0car Green asow and pigs for 20 and sold the same to Conrad Hertlein fv 2p Misses Mary B and Jessie Carrico and Nora Smith spent Tuesday night with Miss Maggie MedKy who entertained at her jhome in a delightful way Edmond Buckler and wife ofj near St Mays were at St Rose Sunday Mrs Kate Bdgett who has been ill for quite a while is no better at this wnliig Frank Carrico still continues very ill IS AlbertISMnchvilloI IMiss AddieCo is quite sick this week with thumps Charlie Ison ofr Pieasant H tnclIpaid his respects to our youuf ladies Rev Hobbs fit 3d his regular appointment at Wesley Chapel last Sunduy IQuite a number 01 tea heri are ati nii g Prof Edward V school pr paring f r the coningexain ina ions rGlee C yd is out smi after- soVcrt it ck if mumps Ielblnck mir last viik He HSO had a loi of iuci stolen ona night fWdl Ha tiou and bridn spmt last Sat uaday pijjhl with thet family sff Mr GForge Walker 6The young people enjoyed u few very nice sleigi rides Ist week Will Bottoms sold a nice horse to Milt n Grilor of Willishurtr for 80- Willis Botoms boughtl or Dr Shields 8 aerosol land idjoining his place at f23 pet acre The young peoplp of this place met at the Christian chiicb and rit an zed a swiuof Christian E eav r Llthe orI work o Ofl Hiiisboro Mrs Btrtlia JiLlr s ntl er1rneal ltseyIRev W ELL Suthiirlanc und wife have returned from a visitt to tlH latlprs parnnts Mr and viIrs George Williams at Bloom lield Miss Ida Godby off Perry ville is the pleasant guest of her mother Mrs Annie Godby Mrs Nannie Homan is very sick with ia grippe Mrs Mary Clark happened to a painful accident last vaturdiy by falling and striking her side attunst a bedpost Mrs Minerva Coulter is visii ting her daughter Mrs Nan bcotu- Mr Nt Thompson andsister Miss Ceo ie spent Thursday with II1rs Mary Thompson John Gillispio U kiting his jUter I John rliAinson U2LItIVItIO Mr BVlx Neil spept Satur IAt Y7 VVtit 5v J ri 1 t i fEt f S i1 tv t i1 i1Ji t t0 r rj i IZciLvsInstani Iy OLr3 C1flOSi1aiV i 1El1z Z1 tJJ i 3 vrLLISttS It OJ f y LPvezt j 11cm7l f i IT SOOTllESi4j7i HE J1ii1oAI IT CUE rc Dnuc 55eobisooThyirir3orSalebycaJHaydom 9 0V M day night with MrN P Thompson of Pleasant Grove j Mf and Mrs Josh Inman n tertained the young folks Satur day night in a very charming man erwith a social I Several of our people are at tending court this week VROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT Tie inclemencyf the weather last week kept people at home andpewa items are reduced to a minimumi Leslie Shewnnkerr visited his reatyesin Mackville lastweek Deptuy Sheriff Mullican wu here1 Saturday summoning wit nesses in the She vrcakT case Dr A M Shin tIls off Viackv i e was le Bturlay on business Ed Settles soci a horse to M7itton fdr 50 and bought one from Richard Shewmak forbad Tijudley Sutherland nJ CIIImail Stiall have r urno m a trip to Anderson coun y where they had gone to engage in checkcrplayinl co ttest Coleman sayij he will r turn iI henear futue but not to play checkers Mrs Annie Godby Oho nas bell visiting friends andr ll tives at Chaplin and Bloomfield forppviral weeks has re urued- lome The cold hizzard tnt visiti d us last week diu roiisiderable daniaee Sck of all kin IS suf fri3lireatly from Jhe severe snot storms and the sudden fa fthecf tetnperatuie This iis said to be one of the v orst spells of yealh r that we have exper ienced for several years and owe- ing to the fair weather that pre ceded it for some time the 1wo pies were unprepared for it thus making it felt more keenly tr and Mrs Davis Urow of pont visited thi latters mother Mrs Mcllvy on Sunday Thu dog that has been terrorizing this community for the pa fewj weeks attacked Henry Set tc Saturday night with vicious grdwls and snaps Hoary being unprepared to give him a fight tried the speed of his gray mare who did not go halt fast enonvh to suit him Persons who saw thedoz say be is a large brindled OIH Several are keeping ol 1001 or the caniie and o will likely bo ble 10 report ds death in the near future Misses Mud and E1nllllln entertained a number of y lung 1hpseIpiStiL were Misses Ethel md Hattie Setles Mollie Slew maker L zzie White and Mariuh Setles Messrs Dudley Sutherland Baliard and Goldman Setle Jas Oder and John Sullen A mission Sunday School war organized atour church Ut3Ly Thomas Sutherland was elected superin endeiit and Mr C W OdS rrotacy There will be about six classes riUfliZeIt sou us literature cun be ccured Judging from ohservatian a numb r of our youu men vh have to miaie lo some ot icr Curnnjuuity fur the widow rs have Litton t cir girls away from them Thoho rt lU to some lace where the h Lit has not heen acquired Tire price vizdd for o ceo this year by ilij farraer 4ve been disjoiKasirs an KJ1 nrat esent nJIH Itlc tot better many yill cease to rais the plan In several coauiiea the farmers have ffectfed ajlor ganizrtion aga nst the coaibioe anQIt is time for the farm inI this county to take SOI11o such Public Sale As attorney for Mrs Ttresa Boyle I will on Saturday fcliruary 28 sedat public luiHion tic premises the following propsrij tringti1d A good twoN4ty wotiinr OilI WcistHigh street nir atholic chqrch nearly new with an acre losT Also the PlOD ty on Maia strjet Uc1t the o hotel site knOwn as tliefik LcIe oi pi4 ertjr nnd consisting Qfa sj ore house barbfTl shop bulhpr hhnnd choi 1 i hu Alltf tti thtOrlwrt jIli- e llI nc isyr1ungt ilUomlt San wiH J t t4 i iI t i u7 FFva J n r1L 1Jl 1 jt = I Stl Lsrt ONl Att Ir io 15 i1wtiv r Ta Cure Co GtilnhiieTIaaMTI 1 llidiillijj ijJt JJl iWiii ijjV lilill w1ir iI 1TTT1 FFarifiers Supp1y llOUSrff JiV j11iE+ r l 1 t r i3fQ tTJ 1 pt- I Ir HiiM 4LST- 1TMPsoN 1 i t = a GRTEENIrs Is tbniace tOo With 6iirL prIit dtfff I get your Supply oj f f1rt x Kt I 4JMt Tii + 3rtOtt NI JI FIELD SEEDSI1 i cJ2 1 iOfaJl kinds Agents for OLD HiCKORY WAGt NSa iid g for the Celebrated1 f I If 1 3 ELLWOOD STEEL WmE i ES tOnr line of buggies for the Spring Trade Js beinniutoI 4arrive and is more elaboratevthanf ereiv 1 COAL Jnany ftuantilj I at LowesttPricesi I 4 tr iiIrliI L j uI cSt f t rff 1t t O Om f tHt tf fIlrf Nai1tJ tadI1rinthonld b3 clcinimg Elys ilrsua m ieu3e3ootbeIaDaitlij Hcnre catarrhanil dr tWill old the I quickly i IOTUnot wodoee iceezlng se t mt1 or xaU j cettk BBQTHBBSb uSfl IRattlco1keOf rattlesnake o ore nt kZcUt a dccn probably flftcyn different kitoe ttClushl1Iy i ern United States down to iuglaThe common or ded rattesjiU extends from Mc to Texas Once generally abuudtn it is bnpitily now rare animal save e more thinly In habited districts ft the southern and I western states l ay attain a length of Live feet with n tirge triangular nail flnttenod head reeds 01 rabbits rats and squirrels d U to ifcc most part ov and sh rlsl anlul wait rit1I till prey approaches Itt TJI BlngKishuesa makes it the more dangerous as It may be stepped upon unawares with a most fatal re suIt But it never ither stacks spon taneously or pur u a retreating enemy An Trials Refrigerator An Irishwoman looking at refrIg- erators In a house furnishing store some weeks ago After examining into the merits and quell of a number of them she purchased the one that the salesman Assured her would keep food the best Some days afterward the woman called and requested them to take that refrigerator back as It would not keep anything better than the kitchen safe of the collar The sales man mildly suggest that possibly ehe had not put enough In it to keep the things cold Enough Ice In It Why arc you crazy moa I dont put any ice In it Anything will keep cold if you put Ice In it I bought the refrig erutor so that I wouldnt need tho ice Philadelphia Ledger Wntrnera Nerve Wagner the eminent composer had the nerves of an ncrobat Once he was climbing a precipitous mountain In company with a young friend Wen some distance up sail walking along a narrow ledge the companion who was following called out that he was grow Ing giddy Wagner turned around on the ledge passedhIe front TIRe Valit iTxperieaee- IifI dont care urynt least n 3t7i said the fl Why notr asL the matron Because as ma I3 are now I have the attentions of f a dozen men while It I married would tare the attentions of only vLHuh exclaimed the matron You thatChIcagoPost TIle sun voles Whose voice did lj like best yours or mine asked Miss Kreech Im not quite sure replied Miss nsqblguous Why what did he say IHe said he liked my voice but that yours was better still Philadelphia Press The Bank of England has a pair ot scalesl so accurate that an ink spot on piece of paper visibly affecta the bal nnco CboUr UtrOae Oh Miss Perk Ibnvoaconun dwuni for you Is the dlfrwcnco between n jlltedll who ptretqiids he doesnt care and a dish of Dutch cabbage T Mlsy VeriUns Wcllgoon Whats then1 werr V CI oilyQi1ea souali gwapcs and the others wiHiinkwaiii Ha haw Isnt tWit doosid cItrnTt New York Press iLs JNothr ot iIiiu5 Why are you sovsure that ho Joves you Because he stays away tram me in hopes ho can overcome the fascination of uiy prcseiictt And there is but one l thing that biotbers meICear lie will succeed Cleveland Plain Dealer l I BOWl EORGET tftt T t1f1itL Sriringfield LxnbirrCOI f s ireacly to furnish estimates on all lundgtoflg iSBuildingon alli kinds of Building K k 1it va ri ourh antI Dressed LumS DOORS SASH JBLIWOS XCt wi 4 We Also Handle Cement J FPETTIJS = ManagerS I The RMd Sfamptt Me 5pecrNofice i1 All collectors Red Rebate Stamps will pleasfer call lPit t our belldqutrtorStWoO OampbeUsdrllg pIOr tay teiitaipicIoOhIwt A banthonsBanqtIevLamp and a RockerorCbaiberSet f az SI Q iiS MORE EXTRAS5t v WlLbegiveiraiuy Ondhristrn soe aI Remeththo IercbaIltswtJ give sO REDiampi ri O 4 is yocirOAIIlj i 14Mi i 4tiIt GRTiNDY CLAYBROOKE 4ff4 at JOHN GSHADER Best la town t I JOHN YM YESf WOOI GAiiBBli ll ROBERTSON SEARCY ft I t tXL fur the Red Stamps and geL in line st once for o 0111 tmas irFsentsand remeler YAII tu It ltJing withREDstarnps d tt 1jljl Jr I The sortfportbloany Idnd of Tvood ihfrcouies way sirs a W1 onci measured a white birch tree twentytiro inches through cutdoTm bjr a beaver A single bea verlenornHyJfnotl Ji18 ttoputitrs the tnv cd when cqrlcftdoWi the who t1ly full wrand have a tegii iar frC ivltb tliebark and branches A big beaver brIng down a fair Blzetl sapling safithrce tactics through in about tv K lnittea and a large free In abut hour The ability cfj a beaver to remain nudor water for long tliZo la really potou h a problem Ui it looks AVhen he lake pr pond Is frozen bycr n beaveV flU corns to thauudciv8urface of the ice and et pet his breiit1so that ItwUltorma wide flat bubble The air coming in contact wltlx the Ice and water Is pnr fled cud the beaver breathes jt Hgalo This operation he can repeat several times The otter and maskrat dotlM flame thing hS i AMERICAN I SILVER1 I ikTRUL IW lap JIMr eooc Laott1 jlIpiu- 5 1IiM- JItnr MMs lvc sStFor sale byPl JHaydon L of tif 1 Sr t his niT noV iA qL eIs n i4 k4s5a i FAlTHrULDraXrr5 t r Faiiit biityiiA1 Eixlf iWe happenel bllbra1kt and over tberjdt iiI ad workeari tt rsjl l titRemeWftbat MeiT hIsGidiIOtseUr= Nt1t wIartA aatterf111wi et tIn o t Iii ijj rr wtdlRMtpaUthawJiwiti bh got WIaIj- etr a Is MqI lIe jaia1iMtIIi weeailr handout fae the 1itCkIq ib g1ot tIre ilkIn aM HkotUo k14 i ftle PuJ irw w ee la h basis Mi U sr l tt4st- he bs4li An 1t t peit5p1t ese la a bs4g 44 fe Wckwllin de taidc mud Me IT I bl the brt Matbir iI Mt Wltt Us iIilrtJtet sca M l MJ jlP4 rc afiet bf 1WwM e i1iibuy J1J1 t ra esrs aaiC aMawi1 k t t skis aftM ssnl Wktsiia4 KIJ w JIIt wbatik WiI wtttvtartic y O ftbr ItIiMlll 1 JI a wIs tic ToUye got w kviot ot tbbut ysp Il c rljbt slId MI will 11 yea vhs rnuMconesten OoantJ tI sDNrpcNrIT m 1JTN XTMCID- S cr t Ira 5 fe1SPRINOPILD KY IIDtal Work StrkUv f 4 al1t FCUS ol J HI LAMPTON s OFFICE ai HeHe t k r7 LJSJOOKJ S LSPKIGF1ELD KY j I Cbr Risrts for I osr Peopl Deposit 9oshowrs l2to2pm FtQRldSBY NEYATL W CMfo vwf Peoples Bank WnilXOFIELD KY c I yBsr a Dust itte barometer falls the air sxp ut4a Into a larger volume AIr te We the cnpboartl also and force itself out at every l crevk When the barometer ate the air Inside the cupboard aa OGtsidc condenses and ai4 the air la forced back Into afdj jt equalize the pressure j r igwltktliealrlngoestbedustt t lertk crevice the stronur f sir the farther goes the dirt the dirt tracks so often seen rfectly framed engravings or phi Remember whenever the barometer rising that an I il charge of dust la entering bon and drawers Prepbetie Dreams r IIelInpropbetlcdreamsth not superstition according to ttaj6btalned by two members ireucb Institute They pojnt at nlgbt wben the senses fro ig brain Is affected particular ranlc feelings In various parts ody and that early syiuprpma jtonIghtmare which indlcjitesjn condition Immoderate drink its snakes and Insects in their before the actuall outbreak of tremeu and Sb ontt 1 Her Debt leasant faced woman passed t r Jones touched his hat to her arked feeglyto his corn jr boy I owe a great deal to an f Bother wAs the r f landlady queryp Wet Daaareros- Windlg i is a nice fellow but in to exaggerating Yes but that fault is counter by cue thing What is that The general Indlsposltlao of Relieve him Chicago Nws Wen IB a Walk owdldougOtoflIntbeg1eeat flat bus on four bawls r j th Conrlctlon rptwo sides to 1JnIJj n f Itluk Neat Bull hmon proHwutlng another ssnult wets nxVpd to explain br is black eyes T replied readily before bet o bit me I hlt hlm back womanakBulletint isuNhitioli Krk is a famous old id remedy for con na EatplentyQf- Nas the advice td the otlvc oandndio o 0hpokislgood if a man can stomach it The idea behind it is that fat is the food the Consumptive nee s most ill ScottsEmulsionisfhemod ernmethbd feeding fat to 1 the consunipive Pork is too 4Joughfor sensitive stomachs i Scotts Emulsion is the most refined of fats especially j prij ircdfbceasy digestion MEdiiigini fatio this 4 way whicb it often the only W7 is htlflthe battle but p Sc6tts mukion does more than thatjlhere is som- ethiabothe combination CFoolivcfirilandhypophos phiies iinpcotts Emulsion tbatputs11wlif into the weak ptristnd his a special OIt on lungsiJ11Aj sample will be ient free upon request JIe IVI tW tldpkture l e Iii ol alJeJ the Tpper of tIIottlcofuuIIoe you SCOTI I BOWNI3- t cUEMISTS pIJIt N Y- aidi r ill W w r 11 TOfNO UU fiWHriHfifiWWHfid ftW Local Happenings liThe Freshest and Latest k lMut Yourself Friends fI and Acquaintances 1 MacleraInndwhitefishatJno CShaders 1ff Undried fapjiqs at Jrifr C hiorlerstPickles in bulk tit John 0 Shaders ry tGo to Thompson Gree ifo northern wjbifca seed ipats A full line of evapor ted tlJBOtl If you have fencing to dc tliis spring use Pagepven Wire Fanoe Luther As Burnsagent Dont miss getting one of those men dollar suits for 693 Only6rie week moreat that price Robertson Bros Mr Johp S Walker sold to R A Dodd 6Wilmore on Monday two nice horses a bay and a brown ifor350 Just received A shipment of Ladies Brass Skirts in the ate spring styles Robertson Bros Barlow and Wilsons Minstrelsi from st rt to finish were one ef the bet ever seen in Albany The Albany Argus Remember Thompson Green Springfield Oliver Chillei plow repairs BaYlow and Wilsons minstrels had a packed houseand gave a firstclass show Hartford Daily Courant The best Woven Wire fence on earth is thePage Luther A Burns of Springfield agent See him for prices and further par vtioulars Get your carpets rugs mat tings window shades linoleum at Robertson Bros They ca ry the largest line in town Their prices are always right Ed Canter better known as Sharpy while fooling with a ito1 in his room last Saturday shot himself through thje hand inflicting a pairtfulwoundl LIFEMr J4 W Mansfield has studiedLif Assurance as a profession and is competent and capable to give any information desired or to be had on any Life Assurance topic IFOR SALEA stuck of grocer ies locatdin Springfield and wil invoice about 1500 Will sell as a lump or will sell by invoice For further particulars inquire at the NEWSLEADER office The advance sale of seats indicates that there will bea record breaking crowd at tne perform ance of the Bailpw and Wilson minstrels on next Saturday night This is one of the best attractions hat has ever visited this plaee Admission 75 50 andJ5 cents FoaSALEI hav a fine young stallion three yes sold the coming spring is i grind son of the old Kelley Horse Blood Chief which I wish to sell or trade for a fine well brcke R Willisburg J mareI day while skaing 11ft und Jerome HenI dron a yourigTfian from Jeffer sonviile Ind wH I d by Lake Green came near getting drOwned Hendren yea tured t o far out and the fce gave way but being rather quick he succeeded in getting out with a good wetting Oue day last week while walk- Ing in her yard Mrs J F Greene met with a very painful accident She slipped on the ice and in falling her foot was caught in such a way as to cause a very bad strain of that member andin consequence of which she has not been able to leave her rcom Mr W S Gibb the well known horseman of this county bought taut weekof Burton Cox of LawrpnQ burg t ef ne stallion Monte Wood a full brother to the celebratedt horse Liston which was sold foyBal Brothers recently Ifpr OOO Mr Gibbs wil have thH borse this season atMs stock fam near WiUisburg fThere was a gdod crow in tovn on Monaay but the live stckinarewas quiet only a few head of stqck being on the D arket Auctioneer S Yo lUrluo Q3- i I tOOM Campbell reports the following saleslr7 steer calves at 1650 eachjow and calf28 cow and calf 2750 much cow 25 sow and pigs 25 one gilt 695 one pair aged mules for 9950 plug horse 40 plug horse 25 2 year old mule 52 mare 7025 mare 50 Announcement is in ade of the approaching marriage of Miss Annie Neikirk to Mr Irvine Adams which is to occur Wed nesday March 4ih These are both popular young people of the county and hae the best wishes of a host of friends The wed ding will be a quiet affair and will take place at the home of brides parents Mr and Mrs W F Neikirk There is nothing more certain than death yet nothing more uncertain than the time of death Who carries the risk on your life If you are not assured your wife and children arecarry ing it Who will get your estate when you die If you are carry ing enough insurance to cover your obligations your loved ones will get your estate If not the lawyers loved ones will get it There are many good com panies but The Equitable is the Best J W Mansfield agent Dan Robers a colored man employed by Marks Green had a narrow escape on Monday county court day Roberts was coming up an alley from work when Richard Trent and several companions all loaded up on mean whiskey met him Sey eral shots were fired down the alley one sriking Roberts in the breast and glanced around his body Roberts escaped withI a slight flesh wound and Trent was arrested and placed in jail and his case is now being con sidered by the grand jury Mr Nat W Thompson one of the countys most popular citizens was suddenly stricken with appopiexy on last Monday night at his home in the Pleasant Grova neighborhood and still lies iin a very precarious condi tion i twn on Mon day and ppoai Ii in Ms usual good health and spirirs and the news of his sudden attack was a great shockjto evervone For twentv four hours after ewas stricken his Ilife was almost de spared of but at the hourof going to pros his physicians give a slight hope of improvement al though he is paralyzed on one side Have you noticed our liberal offer to subscribers on the first page of this issue The American Farmer one of tthe best farm papers in the country given withI each new subscriber or with all oli subscribers who renew for another year We will also make the following offer TheI NEWSLEADER the Weekly Far11merall150 Regular price 250 We also have attractive clubbingI rates with other papers and magazines Let us know what you wantI ThrgftxrTtiToi Mr John W Vi ewho died in Louisville at tine Mary and Elizabeth hospital Sunday last were brought to this place and buried at St Rose on Tuesday morning The de ceased married Annie L the daughterof MrR L Clpments of this county and had resided since the marriage m Daviess county this state up until a few weeks ago whin his health be gan to fail and he went to Pheo nix Arizona his family coming to this county Mr Vizes health did not improve in the West and ho started back to Kentucky but after reaching Louisville could proceed no fur ther and died after a few days at the hospital of consumption His wife and eight children sur vive him and theywill make their home in the county Notice All persons having claims againsti the estate of Amanda herebyiiotifiedproperlypJQyehtotn Springfield KYH on Or before March 10 1903 A 0 KiMBALL t Administrator Fblcys Kidney J1i C scht THOS S GMIINDY DEAD froiHlneit WasniiigtiR County f 1fAlter an illness of several years accompanied by feebleness Incident to old age Col Tfibraals S Grundy died at his homo ijb Valley Hill this county He SundayafoornooniLfter life and ddath for nearly a week All of his children and his de voted wife and other near relatives and friends were with hint in his last hours The funeral was held at the residence op Tuesday morning Rev Edring ton conducting the services The burial was at the old Grundy family burying ground on the farm Col Grundy was one of Wash ington countys most proroient citizens He had up t several years ago led a very atveiiea- nd was a conspicuous figure po litically socially and in a bu i ness way He was bora Febrac ary26 1822 at the old homestead on the farm on which he lived at the time of his death five miles west of Springfield He was a son of Charles Grundy and a nephew of the celebrated Felix Grundy who wits at one time Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals 40f Kentucky which office he resigned and moved to Nashville Penn where he serv Death of Mrs T W Reed Mrs Jane Reed wife of Mr Thos W Reed died at her home near Willisburg this county last Sunday morning at 5 oclock after a brief lnessof pneumonia The news of the death of this estimable oman was a sad shock 10 the community in which she vedas ve Jas to many friends throughout the county by whom she was held in the highest esteem for her many excellent qualities ofcharacter Mrs Reed was about 62 years of age and was a daughter or the late Daniel Mcllvoy She was a sister of Mrs Oscar Walker and of Mr Robt Mcllvoy of tnis county She had been married twice Messrs Thomas and Henry Miller being the surviv ing children by her first husband Of her other children Lieut W O Reed now with the army in the Philippines Mrs John L Searcy and Mrs W W Hyatt of this county survive TLe funer al took place at Pleasant IGrove church on Tuesday Rev Miles Saunders conducting the ser vicej The heartfelt sympathy of the entire community goes out to the bereaved husband ana children over their sad loss HarmonKeighfly IMr William S Harmon and Miss Margaret Kfightly were J ed as Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals pf Tennessee memo ber of Congress andmember of the United States Senate where he was recognized as a debater wlthput a peer v Col Thbs S Gi mdy was elected to the legislature from Washington county in 1847 and served three terms in that body He was elected to the State Senate in 1847 and was again elected in 1885 While serving in this cap acity Mr Grundy was recognized by his associates as one of the most conscientious and brilliant members that Wssh ington county had the good for tune to send to FrankfOrt as its representative In 1890attera rcanvass of only ten days he made a remarkable race against Hon A B Montgomery for the Democratic nomination for Congress and was defeated by a t small majority Col Grundy at one time owned one of the finest herds of Shorthorn cattle in thi country and his cattle took pro tmiums at many of the state fairs He also bred and owned some line thoroughbred race horses In November 1859 he married Miss Maggie Bowman a most excellent Christian lady who to gether with six children Messrs iJChosL Grundy of Bloomfield 6 L and W G Grundy of Val ley Hill J B Urundy of Bards town Mrs 0 C Me Chord of Springfield and Miss Lido Grun dy of Valley Hill survive iquietly married at the home of the brides father Mr Gabe JKeightlyj about four miles from town on the 18th Rev R L Purdom officiating The groom sthe son of Mr T J Harmon who is well known in and around Springfield He is a highly esteemed young man and numbers his friends by the scere The bride is a most charming and accomplished young lady and has a host of friends and admirers in this and adjoining counties They will reside this yea on the farm of the grooms father Their many friends wish them a long and happy journey through married life Neikirkbawson Mr Buford Neikirk left here Tuesday for Henderson Ky where he was married on yes terday to Miss Daisy Lawson of that place The bride is pleasantly remembered here where she lived for some time with the family of Rev R E C Lawson she being the fos tel sister of Mr Lawson Mr Neikirk is a son of Mr W F Neikirk and is one of the most iindustrious farmers of the county Mr and Mrs Neikirk are expected in tonight ortomorrow apdwill go to housekeeping onI the Neikirk farm near town The NEWSLEADER joins with ruru IJJXFEWI LEFT 11- a Oi 1thoseI Mens twelveI ii and ten dollar Suits for cj only E Eo Eitj This is an exceptional bargain and t9 you should not lose time in securing E one of them before they are closed out We are still selling Dress Skirts and S 5 Corsets at S 12 PRICE Mens and Ladies Winter Underwear S a l EverythingREDUDPRICBsTo make room for our large stock of SprIng Qoodswlllch are 110w rriving Ei 3 Seethe new Chafr Tables Mirrors Picture and other useful articles whihc 3 we are giving away T ROBERTSON BROS I mm Mm Mv H H11 HO- RDDENIsTFFIc nINBtURtBUJo Hwmanently located srEINGPIELIkKL the many friends noir incon gratlttations Bdelen Ctmbront Last Tuesday Feb 17 iiitthe old church of Holy Rosarylat IEdelMr Edelen is one of the most in dusttt ious and exemplary young men of Manton and Miss Cam bron is the promising daughter of Sun Cambron well known in that neighborhood The cere monies were conducted by Rev J T Pieters the new pastor from Frederickstown just a year and a half in this country The number of friends who were present notwithstanding the heavy snow and the low temperature shows that this young couple iis highly esteemed by all and we wish both perfect joy and happiness all the days of their lives PERSUNAL W K Marks was in Bards town last week on business Mr Leslie Gowdy of Camp bellsyille was here Sunday Mr Kent BarBer of Bards = town was here the first of the week Mr James Brown of Indian apolis visited his relatives heie last week Miss Annie McQhrdhas re turned from a vitit to frjends in Newport Ky Mr W A Taylor of HarrodS burg visited friends here the first bf the week Mr J G Greene went to Bardstown and Bloomfield on business Tuesday John H DeWitt of Louisville was here Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mrs Reed OMiss Lizzie Lee has gone to Louisville to be with her sister Miss Josie who iis quite sick Mas Kate Williams has gone to Louisville and Indianapolis to study the Spring styles in millI- nery Mr Ruel Foster Bookkeeper in the First National Bank is very sick at his home with ton silitis t Messrs E N Hundley of Lebanon and William Hays of Bloomfield were among the county court crowd Monday Mr and Mrs Phil Thompson were in Lebanon last week Mr Thompson being called there to act as auctioneer in the sale of some real estate D Mr George W Colvinis here this week and will probabty re main to engage in the practice of law He will be iin the office of Hon John W Lowis Messrs Frank Yancey and John H Hines two popular men of the Polin neighborhood were visitors to the NEWS LEADER office Monday and their names now adorn our subscription list Editor J M Cooney of the Bardstown Record was in town a short time Tuesday He was en route home from Lebanon where he had dehvereji a Washington Birthday address before theY M I of that place Messrs Ben Spalding and Henry S McElroy ot Lebanon and R L Durham of Green county all cand dates for the Democratic nomination ipr Corn raon wealths Attorney were on the streets the first of the week shaking hands with the voters Court Opens The regular term of Circuit Court opened here on Tuesday with Judge Pattoson on the bench and a good attendance of attorneys and litigants Court adjourned Tuesday on accoun OfthO funerals of Col1 ThpniajS- Grundy Mrs T W Reid Yes terday a number of caseS oh the criminal docket wore tried and 4isposed of The trial of Leslie Shewmak cha gedwith inurdeP if set for next Tuesday It will be remCmberedthat this case was tried last term and resaltfed in a hung tory foiSatu Fifty tbonBttntf gtefrof lumber in the tree of all kms including a lot of cedar 4iO 20 acres of tobacco lanjl to easdto good man Otis Portor- Boijand Efr SNvrtupi Iu Jo 4IGUNNINHHAMI NThjJ 1 1t 4 1 I DUfWS KgJdRE 1And see thrgreat dsjnlay f Embroideries i tf2itl Laces41 t 7 Lace Ties 1f- IJ d iv r Lace COlorsC Atf unsurpassed variety ot 1 MHSH G00DS in Silk Ginghams Mercer t J ized CSnghams Mercerized Waistings Knickerbockers Voiles ctoWH IrE 000DSrin Met eiized Madiqas Ox i fords iPiqflies ct r1 it T RpETS Just Eeeaived the largest stock Car pets in Tapestry Brussells Ingrains Granites China and Japanese 1 Linoleu ms and Oil Cloths IIand We have ever shown j L7tCECURTgINS The most etiective deigns in La joe Curtains ranging in pricei from 40c to 800 a pair s I 2 L7LL P PER t We are showing a mostcpmplete stpck- w of Wall Paper in beautiful comhin tions of French Patterns 2Jr Florals Tapestries Ingrains CromllIITt would certaInly Interest IVISIt this departmant I We offer pecIal1nducernenti to Jj cash buyers in prices and the Blue x Rebate Stamps Call for your stamps Yours Very Respectfully CuMflghaml Dun caR t W Bo OKEB Brest JJH WILSON V Pre Z OwxxCoxxJurtM flt Home Tobacco Warehouse GJ INCORPORATED NOT IN THB OMBINEf A Auction SalesJiaily 4 Months Stigs kL RETURNS PROMPTLY MAIJB dR bE e24826W E8PO CEOL1CTJED rfqJ MAIN TJET i Mark Your Hogshead Home House LQUKVlLL Kt SAM SULLIVAN GENERAL AQENT H I1 in GoM r iI 4 ti 1I nA i 1I vVlII tfm In order ta eimpurajfeijhe farmers pf iliJ Washington and adjoi8iri counti i I W the production of eggs and QCS1 and to induce them to market lfjeg2s often IIwill on Novernbr2 I I flft award theloHowing prizes to be f in GObD To the farmer who brings 5 I Hia largest No of Fresh Kftr afvfh t1iTo the econd 25 Third 20 t 4 fourth 10 Fifth f5j 3 Nmerchap eqdlword eaIer of any i1 Kind WIn be perrntteatoe rthe Wi testunder any cIrcumstances as intended alone to encourage the tf industry in the hands pf the farmer 1i to show my appreciatIon of theIr repaijtheml m A rceipt will be giVen for eywy JoiM orbftdozeOfbutf t 240 s ibat1 OUf OJJbe vttf We will 11 0 eadsvor ta doutt break your eggs psj highest market price foi your rod uee The aoy tar CctIthe awarding cfthe bpv priaes will be p1ed o 4 fii posit atilia P1cIqI1U flank 000Par 11 1901 to 1 IW remain until Noernber 2 i9Sibe ti u ffl be irn raid Stre4 J i I H JONES Mantjir i1j 8 w- A i T c r iiJ T Jr i1TTTHE NEW CADeA I 1 lSIdllttJIItett f rl1 t s The Deprt ttb of Commerce t ompl1ht 41iwQa rGeorge B CdrV rtjoa formerly Secretary to v tbs Pre ileaC has been nominate 1fttIiwScretaryship and LiimeSJbf the Senate The wianjiiiw not yet been an1 cIthcd but ACr James B Gar k C 1dno r Civil SeVviee OomJ 4 1wsIonr has been appointed j jppjBBats looe r of Corporations to r W P will fall the duty of en Jbitsific th publicity provisions i orf the NeLson amendment Sec JcZ tjtury CSorjelyon jis now seekingI quarters for his now Ibt it iin expected that Congress I H will flathorize the purchase pf a site and tbe erection of a special ft =Po mce building before ad lir 5jcarnnient The selection ol P j M srs Garfield and Cortelyou for Jhq important positions to appointedJHof the Presidents desire to se 1mu l cJir thorough and couscientious l fif nforcemnt of the antitrus 1- eTy iratioli enacted at this session of ltt Congress Mr Garfield Is ason r ol the former President Garfield 4 The option on the Manama Onlfi Companys property ex Marchandfjiyr EuropeantiJ t i yeBt sufficient funds in the cpm f 1 vilYto complete the canal If th f t United states did not accept th f ioffer pf 40000OOQ for the entirl- rt property and privileges the iPr eident instructed Attorney XGen riiilKhpx to cable the Pan j taa Company accepting the of fer the acceptance being condi tioaa1oii the ratification ofthe Vtoettie now signed As soon as tiba Columbian Congress ratifies 5i5r4dJ thebonvention the tJhit dStatesr JrbQ called upon Jo pay outp ftt9 5opooOoo cash including the rrlir tf pice paid to ColumbiaJ and the J iiItFa Company respectively j nd beginning seven years there 4ffpr there will begin the annual t t reritatof25JOOOr all of this ir t l QectiVe of the cost of construc ill 4 4J tic9e iJ tJt The exslave pensioni bill m l fltrodutea by Senator Hanna has ilar 7 cIJdboJne frul t nd a circu has ben sent outjjy the ex IlaveMutuaI Relief B and P 4taSidciatton of the United States t t lojincingthat Senator Hanna v 0t11 lg described as tcman of fIa btnapower has introduced J yrhe bill ansoliciting a contribu iytion flfrom every rjegro for feeppomotiohof the bill Sen Hanna has admitted to your t IIator ndent that he introduced hlU withouti giving any mbiDttcht I to its provisions and it atrhe appreciates that there is yafjfcho slightest chance of its fevr Jbeboming fa law neverthe iei j the circular referred to is SOl i c rerully worded that the post tofice aiitnorlties say they cannot asyet declare it to beR fraudr 1sprohIbltit from thei Eff fi9 mails That Serfatorj t 4 n tttt II 1Lj r i IFREE lln hod jtJO uthiti- ngly hai 1eit Js ittnif t1 uhi scjiomp iij a source pf xe jretvo every senator jn bpfli l i thatJtbpolittcal strength t may brfpg tol Mr Hanna 1yitb tR6 south6rnra publicans will be to defraud thousands of Ignorant und mil gu dedneglYl of money trjcan Jll afford to loe Ostensib1rthe tidypcatesofi Statehood are keeping nap theitt S9k6 q ti it is eVldoi1ttn ynreI losing heart and Senators hC t1thatithcess If the democrats would poritthe compromise bilL ad mitting Arizona nndfexic- o4a one state to becQJDealnw thatHratasure woulass but their refusal to do so augers de feat for all Statehood legisla tion Very little progress has been made wIth legislative matters eluripg the past week The Lit lefi idbillhas been reported with amendments by the Senate Judiciary Committee but will 1 tlbe considered by the Senate The House committee on Rules has reported a rule for tho consideration of the Fowler curren by bill and an attempt wiU bei made on Monday to report favor ablytbo Ship Subsidy bill to the House but with litte hope of Success There remain almost an appropriation bill to a day for the remaining days of the 57th congress and aside from the Al drich rubber currency bill it is not expected that any further measure of importance will pass I l A Large Loss trhe following from the Indiana Farmer applies with almost 12 Minutesfor Lunch That is the average ti spent in a large city restaurant by three ejj lunchers It takes hours to digest a fresh et soft boiledj three hours to digest a boiled apple dumpling three hours to digest fresh roast beef In fact three hours is about the time required to digest the average twelve minute lunch The ob sect of the hasty lunch is to let the busy man get back to his office work But when the brain is active the stomach is inactive for lack of necessaryblood The natural consequence is indigestion and indigestion opens the door to many dis eases Indigestion is cured by the use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery which cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition and enables the perfect digestion and assimilation of food lIlt is with heartfelt send this- ttstimonIAl which I lsh uieaU1 with jdy aame and address writes Mr Willis Sea ttan WmshlnBtonvjUe Orange nrsJierJbad stomach trouble from childhood with It more or less as I grew up At the age of 26 I was broken dyspepsia My suf fering was b wnCI not eat without dis tresstN Could nly eat a tfctcertain things apd was Sot aWe to work time Everything I tried only gave me temporary relief My wife finally persuaded me to try Dr Pierces Golden- Medical Discorenr and Pleasant Pellets I took six bottles of the Golden Medical Discor ely and two vials of Dr Pierces Pleasant Pel lath I then felt so well that I stopped talpg medicine Several uionths passed I J enn tany worIenjoy it I am years old and this is the tint time I have eVer beta wen Free Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser in paper covers is sent free on receipt of 21 onecent stamps pdyexpse of mailing only or 31 stamps jfor clothbound volume Address Dr R Pierce Buffalo N YlYe r A erMalaria and Ague CVr f malaria Sure for Irving jit malarial districts equal l gfojcce to this Section of Kentucky rrh bare over five hundred farmers in Indiana who grow sundown cattle which lire worth per head more thl n tSe average price of cattle of ten and breeding feeding and man agement In othnr words while there are over one million head of cattle in the state there are 980000 head that full ten dollars per head beow the average value of the other 20000 This means of course that by indifferent breeding and management of ten thousand farmers they are 9800 poorer than they need to beIt if thy would grade up thc cattle in their management of them to the level of the other five hundred or more ait tie growers Not only so hut it mean big loss to the State in general wealth on the single item of cattle growing alone This con dition does not prevail in any hing like this ratio as respects ownership of oher domestic animals The hogs grown in t State are farmore nearly on an even level in breeding and value National Aft to Good Roads Among he arguments offered favor of National idto good roads is the following The revenues of the United States Government aggregating nearly five hundred millions of dollars per year are drawn as much from theagricultural areas as from all other sources com bined yet at the same time when it comes to the distribution of the fund not more than ton percent of it is put out in the rural districts whereas ninety per cent is distributed m tnc great cities for public building battleships munitions of war harbor facilities etc This dig crimination has resulted very largely from a lack of attention and consideration It is believed that Congress would make ap propriation for improving roads as rivers if urged to do so b the people of the rural districts Joints Like Rusty Hiniess arc among the consequences of rhcti matism The sufferer ccit move knees and elboes but the effort makes him wince He rejoices when a jcnl rubbing wih Perry Davis Painkiller drives the stiffness offand brings freedom of motion Lack No yonder our grandfathers believed heartily in this beneficent lineraent Rural Delivery Coming Poetmaster Hutcheson has been notified that Col H G Rising will be in this county within he nex few weeks to survey the new rout s for which petitions htve been filed Col Rising has just established four route in Owen county and while there told the postin ster in Owenton that he had orders tu 0 t t tw4r4k kt1tc To All Our te Subscribers A THEgtG 5 5rrr 1 RCMT MMERICHNI 5 Ii i FThRMER1i ft tk The Jleading Agricultural Journal of the Nation c Edjted by an able Corps of Writers 1j l r 11 j fii Taluable ourrial in addition to the logical treatment of all agricul ural subjectsj wil aiao discuss the great issues bf the day thereby adding zest to its columns and giving the ffcrawr something to think about aside from the every day humdrum of routine duties 1j Withinl the Next ThirtyI We OffJtIoTwo lortlieJilce of One The NewsL ader Your County Paper and the American Farmer h 7 Both Qnq Year for 100 4 TiI7 JIe tl iJi ljDews eribe qncjD1I 0n S 9rlcQ p a ii Ii2I JtJ = iit t1e pf iii Addf 1F i ir E L DAYiONIJr r r Publtsher Springfield Ky ip f t= t germsGivespreventive those Imdbllars cteopnt A ccome here as earlv as p sslblei Let otherpetitionS bdcirculated so that other routes may be es tablished and the benefits of free delivery extended to other party of the cOU 1tYLw1 ncoburg It On iha1td th rd Tuesd ny f each monih the Cotton Belt Uoute yvitlsell onewayapd found trip tickets at one half of use regular rateplus2 to pointsII Missouri Arkansas Louisiana and Texas allowing stop over going and return limit in 21 days This unusually lowrae is made fur tne purpose of inducing immigrdtiou to the Great South west Ittis belitved by those vbo nave made a study of condi ins th u no lerri ory on tie ineriC4D continent offers equal opportunities Tor stocif ra sing anyir bUlll lug jiroiiHrMi tnwn a ij cities meacsIItiufJuenceItt ba prices of land mild open winters long gowing seasons etJab lUg two and three crops to be made off the ame ground c mblDes a greater number ofr advantages than may be found I elsewhere Any of the following literature describing the country acdits resources along the line of in Cotton Belt Route will b sent free to any person upon applica thin Homes in the Southwest Glimpses of Soutbeosu Missouri i Arkansas and N W Louisiana Through Texas with Camera Fortunes in Growing Fruits ipd Vegetables The Diversier a fruit and trnck growers jour nil- E W LEBAUME G P T A Coton Belt Rouio st Louis Mo 100 Rewad100 The readers of tnis piper willL be pleased to learn that there isat luau tt one dreaded disease that soiunce hns been able to cnre in all its stages and- OUreIis the only positive care known totiia medical fraternity Catarrh being constitutional d sease requires a con Vt3thutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure ts taken internally acting directy- on the blood and mucous surface off the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease ann giving the patient strength bbuilding fp the constitution and assisting hature to do its work The proprietors have much ith1I its curative powers that they offer 100 for any case it fails to cure F J heney Co Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 75 eta IHaUl Family Pills are the best Any simple remedy will stop acough any simple remedy will dry it upI How main consumptives have their hivesaway by usiTg rifledI of this nature Dr Classes Syrup heals the lungs and herfiiitiamatlon Only in removesIIiI cap a cure be obtained Sole by Wood anipbell Editorial We Explain ed A rural ednor has at llt grat tied Uio curiousity of aj mxiou public by exiliiniug the iinirt catu of the editorii woV H si s When you real We ix peel our wife homutorfuy HcaIlittle late with our work inciud es lhq whole offica force even the devil and the towel In Wo are having a boom the iou ii meant We received over OIM million emigrants lasi year em braces the nation but We hive hog cholera in our midst m tivs that the nan who takes our paper out and does not pty fort isill SPRING 1903 BlueGrass Nurseriess Ornamenttalsmall fruits asparagus everythingand garden i Strawberry and gen era catalogues on re quest tSONtbscvaricc f1shf ttyearI 1 ro ao if t 1trY tL 9 fi tQr JJfrtfY kept thin heretofore The sefc St n t13gi on February 25 and and iconiudes on April 12 Prd testant lodiesthat neVer before wade mifention of Lent have rec commetided ofllciatly that the season be obseeved The Nat ional Gspel Campaign Commit tee esrieJciaHy urge thia keeping of Ash lVednesday arid all Can ada urge the keeping or Holy week f Methodistsr Baptists Reformed Disciples of Christ Unite JBretbren and cyen Qia1 ers hain some of their bodies i formally recommended the kee lug of the season A i Rom to Catholics Epispnpciiians and Lutbef ns already keep it in some measure at Irast the seas 01 has now the indorsement of all religions America Your Tongue If its coatedyour stomachs bad your liver 4s out of order Ayers Pills will clean your tbngue cure your dyspepsia make your liver Tight Easy to take easy to operate 25c All druggists 1SVjur moustache or beard a beantuul t brown or rich black Than use III BUCKINGHAMS DYEfor tho I J UeTo uoAHALcoN l TH6 LONDON TAPSTERV Hard IJiick Stories That Take the IMicc of Open UcKclnw The pliiUi and cpen tapster who costs ydu In tile street purely to bey may generally be known by an ama ing overpoliteness in opening the con versation He Is the only person I know ho begs pardon for taking the liberty jf speaking to you and by this sign yotj shall kuow him They all be gin by begging pardon for taking this not so yery rare liberty but only the duflers jjo on straightway to tap The proiicieijt tapsters approach the tap sidowiiyji so to speak Something like this wtti a quick touch of the hat brim I Beg pardon sir Im sure I umbl I beg your pardon for takln the great liberty of speakin to you in a public thoroughfare like this which I nm quite aware it is a great liberty sir though tniKtln you will kindly pardon the groat liberty of a pore ardworkin man sir in takin the great liberty of askin if this street is thin Aymarket sir Or the way to the Strand or the day of the month or something You answer the question hut you dont ipip the stream of apologetics Thank you kindly sir pursues the tapster pouring out the words thank you kindly sir if youll so far pardon the liberty of a pore anlworkin mUll sir in liskin the question which un fortunately I was forced to take the great liberty sir through bein out o work eighteen months an nothlnk to cat sliiLe last Toosday fortnight sir upon my word bf honor which nothiuk but the cries for bread of fourteen young children in arms would prevail on me IrsO igstreme kind as youve bin to uie sir which shall never for getto take the very great liberty sit In a public thoroughfare of asklif which k the nearest workouse If oiue wore you give him inform1 thou Instead of coppers you only p voke another spoof of the same so for ho ran go on like that for a den longer than you want to listen It only in the extreme that he will directly ash for money though fancy that it Is merely caution thatt marks his guarded way as theysay in the lyric for if uccusod of Itejrglng by some watchful policeman ho tan always plead that he was only asking a harm less question And the questions are endless In variety give my solemn word that was once buttonholed by theithe number of stars on the na 11hlll1 Hag of thu United States This simple fact Leonard Larkin In tho StrandTue 3IrI time applied to unmarried as well as to mar ned women aiul to young as well as old Sir Walter Scott spoke of Joan na unmarried as Mrs Joanna Bailllo Although it was riot perhaps so univer sal to address quite young children as It was those over twentyone by the title of Mrs yet it was frequently done The most ludicrous example of this occurs In the register of burials for the parish of St Margaret Vuat minster The burial of Miltons sicond wife and that of his infant daughter named titter her who died at the age of five mouths are buIlt reeohlo l hi that register till lame IrrCaj cjUia being entered as Mrs Kntherln Mil ton without any mark of distinction save tho letter C for child after the second name Evep In the reign of George II as we read In Popes Letters unmarried ladles used to be styled Mrs Wonderful Insect Vitality Itt Is a standing puzzle to tho ento mologists how frail llttlo Insects of tho mosquito and butterfly order can brave the cold of nit arctic winter and yet re tain their vitality The larva of the milkweed butterfly has been exposed to an artificial blast 08 degrees below iero Taken out of raugo of this ortl flqial blizzard and gradually thawed due this same worm was able to creep In less than half an hour afterward Butterflies have been found flitting Joy ously about In the highest latitude man has ever penetrated and the mosqui toes of Alaska and Greenland are known to be the healthiest specimens of that race of little pests Engagement flIngs The custom of giving engagementt rings ranks back to long before tho Christian era With the ancient Egyp tans engagement rings were always of Iron to Indicate tile mutual sacri flee of llbcrty of the contracting pat tiesOne oC the very earliest adornments of betrothal rings was a loadstone vhfch symbolized thq attractive force which drew a J1aJdntrom her own family circle Into that of her jhusbaBd Iffs beUqvod that the fourth finger hnsnIwiibdeii tBeuriaeB ririg flngerv I Eea1IgatJng tkc DeiT BJ1 lla School ea berArid It t00k rfohh artto builcT tfce art SfrebWhat Vrns ifit matter J Wuthcp a jstrJkB Puck t It f f6r lfliuifbefi 7oayill Be Htppy if Well PainsCeitery CompoundBes- toWs that ealth and Vigor that Makes LIV- Ing a Pleasure IIfyou are sick and oat orts it iis in your power to make yourself healthy strong arid happy There is not the diit reason why you j iic1tlymiserablelanguill strong means happiness and true joy If you are sleepless rl malc neuralgic dyspeptic or have the shadows of disease hdveririg over you if you are not ps bright energetic and strong as you were some weeks ago the use of Paines I Compound Win tone up and fortify yotr system denise the blood correct n sharpen the appetite and conduce ful sleep Thousands once in a half lcU edition owe their present good health to the use of Paines Celery Compound Mr Wm S Gibson of PleasuFeville Kyio through sickness and suffering was hrougi the dark grave writes as follows g his marvelous cure I have been broken down in health and strength nervous system shattered kidneys out of order had nervous and trembling spells off and on for the last ten years I have taken three bottles of your Celery Compound and all of the abovein jned troubles have left me and I can now do a good days work I go about my business all day long and it dont worry me and I now feel better than I have in ten years I have a good apjJetite and can eat and get around on foot as active as when I was a boy age is 65ycars DIAMOND DYES Color Jackets Coats Capes Ribbons Neckties Waists Stockings wlfl not fade or crock when dyed with Diamond Dyes tlon1 and 45 dyed sample free DIAMOND DYES Burlington Vt SPELL TERRAPIN Tliere Are IJve V i So You Win HarrUy ct Wrong Thu terrapin cu one distinction that Is rather uni ild a timn who- Aktcpr eye forcurious tiling and it d precisely In the tact thatar more ways to spell tin iiiie 1 TLature of theJ water than nuyIj iii have any tiivJIut ItI ijtost Impossible to pel it iiuurrc 1ill tlila is something you can hoot very few wonls in the Ei language By consuing the di y wo will find that there are flv of spelling the word and they heseiepte- rnplu teiTipeu tpeue turapen The preference Is to the first way of spelling the woi tat Is terrapin but If a nina shot pen to write It in ionic other w wouiit not be entirely wrong o Is not much excuse for spelling wqrd Irieorrcct ly Why a fellow shut lila eyes and hit the mark iost every time lie can write It In lark The Lard er stunt would be rite It Incorrect ly And yet it happens now and then that men bit upon the wron way of spelling thIs very same word I have known men to spell it tarrypln but not In print But the Tat I had in mind was the curious rt that there are so many correct wu of spelling the word and at this I cannot recall the name of a slrle other creature similarly clrcumsi tJ so fur as the dictionary Is cone INew Orleans TimesDemocrat Spanish tnuce Span dunce a certain resem blance o the dances of the east In our country ones Idea of a dance is something In which the movement Is due to the legs In Japan and In Egypt the legs have very to do with the dance The exult c rhythms of Jap anese dauces are produced by the sub tie gesture of hands the manipulation of scarfs tbe delicate undulations of the body In Arab dancesTand in the danse du vcntro the legs are more near ly motionless T ss are only used to assist In proui iiitr the ezfraordl nary movements of the stomach and the hips Iri which so much of the dance consists It Is a lance In which the body sots Itself to Its own rhythm Spanish dancing which no doubt derives Its cast nl color frK c Moors is al must equally a ilL e of the whole body and Its part air characteristic the action of the hipsIs due to a physical peculiarity of tbe Spaniard whose spInes bnve a special and Unique curve of their own tier Father Strength Recently In n Sunday school the teacher was telling tier class of small pupils the interesting story of Samson of whom she spoke as being the stron gest man that over lived Little Ethel a golden hatred uew re crult listened to the story with great interest After the teacher had finished Ethel held up her chubby hand 4asked the tea kr- 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