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F 1 i wi fH 1NIWs IALi b4j 7 T 1 t 94RID 1fj fl A i i a u Ii lfbk I t l fJ Jiew ScripsY6lI X iiQ 27 7 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY JULY i9 1903 t3YEAB r I it IUNDERTAKERS K BURTON10 j ii jio JEMBALMERS I tT3itock aU ktilofPHONE FUflOtfl J OUR DlKECTORYv seat of J- p JIJGFlrtD c iity I Coian52 miles gouth asLflEt0 1es I 15 n3x1 1iJ1IT jiuUIetOW br 1r adinl11e lt NU grjcuttUdstr1ct afarultKid aad tClepbofle iir Uki 1 leg ph 11s1umber tIe erpcesaoft1ce popeattOfl 1100 ftqurm popuiatlonof And 4g 3eptped einj1 15qot tlc luCoJ1grecsHon J gSi uigcnvilIC KYiLegi And btt kentattelaKeut1c1 r GA DohofleY rat e 1 Hoa JlaifiRn r csvUieic1 County IMrctOrY- CrR 1TCOURr Court begi n on the fourth CIrcu Octo HiaT 1nrebruary21t br Ce E Pattelc 3uge- AtBsfeeeyfl11lOflT1thW II ttt1 j ty kf14CaPbell 91tr- CommlaaNLter nA MedLey 1 y RiY COURT be 2uartcrly Court is held on tbe third Monday la each jaontn 3 LLIucy Jnde coUNTY COURT the fourtht County Cvirt U1eets on 4dayescil aisuth- aL L 4taey3ut1ge ClerkW F Booker AttorncyCIT S Miye Coanty J iterrcCat1ettGe rge By3on Croake Shimffmchard IShU 4 fiHidhejrOsborne Depntllhf KH MnlUcan EdM ten I JiiU1esF Moore County SnrYeT0r yJI Royalty Asseilsor T POBryanDeputYi Robert Ihe Treasurer J i 1ntgO1e27 COtOfl of common J W BusbSupt ioliola P6 Springfield CITY COURT JaeaJt Noe Police Jud e i J jhttGrac5Maribal JW D Claybrooke City AttorneI v JUSTICE COUKT hi Januaryheld J st1ciCnrta ire Aprilr Jnly d4 Octeber a CIttc1 Dltcctoryt i i BAPTIST CHURCH evSf JCaunoti Pastor Ser t yrySuday at 11 aui and 30- f tcea 30 PrayerpBb4ayschoo1at 130tt XeetLg Wedaesday night at i METHODIST CHURCH ltf J D Ward Pastor Service Third Sunday in each m tktlFIrst amd iaiid7JO P Sun- dayfa lIatl1 a Staday at 10 arn1cu every L rayecliJ eeUBg i1fWedncsday alElIt CATHOWCICHURCH Rev FHemnei aTf Pastor Ser at lane 10 oclockSundayTlc ererr bourIat St Rose same1 a at erric CHWST1AK I CHURCH eTFellX Pastor Service ceeaA pi earth lSn day u each ik M1SBYTEMAN CHURCH Ittr O A Strickland pastor Sndayat 11 sis Fr 1alacvlT1 school cYer Mi at1 p 11 i uniay ftfbter it 1i Prayer ettiur YWf XlMBsiar IViBIJIE at 1 oclock r Teraai Orllr VjIWKIC lowtX Sptin ee ofce Il s steett awondj Monday In W ath uk1agteaR 0 Chapter No 57 m rrety tblM Momday Lipdagielltdiy i f4Yt t4S171iMLCAE1ZS4MCCt 124jWedea T iclionu J ANIIOAN- JsusUuuiiI1ipufNIt j W J437iii a anHW I rrHI fti ROUND OF TALK I tJMMB5MMMMMB L Small loys Lanieit dont kick and romp with glee Cause the summer days are here with pScentcd11 t1AntiDoesnt makebie bop with vim Whats tbe uwl Ma Jest saId Dont you dare go down to swim Merry thoughts dont rise In m6IeAs tbe daisies they come out iis giAIJ Im not filled up to the spout WitIjil tqflazy wlbln Wbat the tite Ma jest said Dont you dare to go off flshin- I doatdream the livelong daniInlerneath a shady trer Ifwlnterd cared to fctay Twould have been the same to menlSummer dont fill me with glee I wish that it would pass Whats the asd Ma jest said Dont you lie on that damp gratr F P Pltzer in law York Sunw on BELKNAP As the time yj approaches for the Repub lican convention to nominate a candidate lor Governor there appears to be a rapidly growing sentiment in favor of Col Morris Belknap as the best manfor the honor In Washington count Belknap is certainly the choice among the Republicans and the indications are that the delegates from this county will instructed to vote for him at the state convention Express f tons from Republican voters and workers from all over the county indicate that Belkoap is their choice for the simple reason that they believe him to be the strongest man to put up as a t and for the further t that they believe he will j a tine cheif executive The county convention will be at the Court House hero next Saturday afternoon and the Republicans of the county will turn out in full force of f rV HOCKED They do say that 9 the county Magistrates at a meeting the other day called to consider the small pox situation is were given a jar from which they may never fully recover Represent county administration has been making a good record along tbe line of in conducting county economyIe Ie matter in which the ItfactsIt IIfoemII the breaking out of the various cases of smallpox in the county the cOunty board of health took charge and medical attention was engaged all at the expense of the county This it seems was done without any definite trade having been made as to charges The meeting of the Magistrates lastIIII week was called for ttje purpose 1of adjusting all claims wnich t might be presented on account t of the smallpox epidemic Only a portion of tbe claims word banded in but some of these were enough to makA the hair ofr the Magistrates including the baldheaded ones stand on end The total ran away up into four figures and more to hear from The court decided to plead time to recover from the shock so an adjournment was until today when the matter be taken up again In order avoid trouble or misunderstand inrs of any kind contracts should be made with physicians and others called upon to do work for the county on account off mall pox or anything else chJrHEy MISSED ITThe pa tronffin the county of yarious rura mail routes on 0u 4th of July were brought to fully realize what a good thing it is to receive daily mail at their doois On that day the carriers were allowed to observe the holi day and consequently no mail was taken out It is said that many of the box owners watched amxibasljr all day for the mall Wagons find were much disap pointed on their nonarrival Some of the patrons of the j Ulivery and not a few who were opposed to itnow cannot VftdtrsUnd how it is that they could liave lived without it long u they bay ASE BALTSprlngfiejLihasI L its annual base ball fever and this season it appears Mn atiI very aggravated form The tare ei t nsiastic and is a large crop of caluf fans on hand to keep up the reefing There appears to be riotn thelack of good materal mong the tohoys anti all that is needed to organize and practice Now or rather the ones for setmerly used on rw Sirrms place are being fitted up and the club w now prepared to meet allan outcomers Manager T T Cun will endeavor to nrfil ord range for some match games with neighboring clubs in the futureCAUTION not This is not a gentle word but you think how liable you aro not to purchase the only remedy universally kncwn and a j remedy that has had tbe largest sale of any medicine in the world since 1868 for the cure anCD treatment of Consumption and out Throat and Lung troubles viLbe out losing its great popularity all kl will be thank pfulBoscbces German Syrup There are so many ordinary cough remedies made by druggists and others that are cheap and good for light colds perhaps but for severe Coughs Bronchitis Croupand especially for Contt sumption where there is difficult expectoration and coughing during the nights and mornings there is nothing like German Syrup The 25 cent size has just been introdueed this yoarU Regular size 75 cents At all druggists C J Havdou Cholera InfantnmitThis has long been regarded as oneI the most dangerous and fatal dieII ases to which infants are subject It can be cured however when properly treated All that is necessary is to give Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil as directed with each bottle and a cure certain For sale by Hayduns drugstore Just About Bedtime cureIThey do not gripe and break down the mucous membranes of the tom ab liyer and bowels but cure by gently arousing the secretions and giving strength to these organs Sold by 0 J Haydon Will Camp At Jackson IGovernor Beckham has dEter mined to hold he camp of in structiun for the Second rogi ment Sand the Louisville batteries this year at Jackson The orJec Iof holding the encampment will 1be arranged by Adjt Gen Mur IheItroops longer than the closing days off July the Third regiment may be 0 dered into camo there other r wise ibe Third regiment encamp ment will be located at sonic point in Western Kentucky The Peake Guards of Shelby vile belong to the fieconfl regi meet and most of them have seen countyla gOV1otbe regulars ofI the States embraced in the Dei partment of the Lakes to beheld at West Point Hardin county in Oclcber next Viktt Was Her Terror I would cough nearly all night long writes Mrs Chase Appegate of Alexandria Ind and could hardly get anyI leep I had consumption so bad that if I walked a block II would cugh frightfully and spit blood but when all medicines failed three 100 bottles of Dr Kings New Din covery wholly cured me and II gained 53 pounds Its abso lutely guaranteedto cure Coughs Colds Li Grippe Bronchitis and all Throat and Lung Trou IIblesPrice 50c and 100 Trial bottles free at C J Haydons drugstore LSSail CALDWELLN I Rof Story Tmfclcrks at the Curry Gro cery iJonipany as Junction City have been much mystified tthet000 from their desks They would Ifil the ink stands and when they turned their backs the ink never failed to disappear frote the well the bottle A watch was set and a mouse proved to be the Ifly He had gron so fats on fluid aiid his sides bulged outIS such an extent that it could hardly wobble along0i last Satuiday one of the Curry clerks a rat trap and caught eight rcdents He took the cage oul the street and turned them one at a time and a terrier to all but one in quick r Au old hound from the knobs was lying in the street some fifteen yards away but was interested enough in the I slaughter to get on its feet I When tho last rat was dumped from the trap it made a bee line the hound who oponeii its to mcuth to yawn and the rat ran down the dogs throat Had the hound swallowed a live coal it could not hive ut more funny Final v the dog sruck I over the big knob yelping at jumras if the rat was avung at its viuls which was the case This will be S- ouched for by Mr Clarence Nu gent Harrodsburg Herald to Brutally Tortnrrdci 4case came to light that for persistent and unmerciful tor has perhaps never been equaled Joe Goltbick of Colusa Calif writes For 15 years I in endured insufferable pain fromI Rheumatism and nothing re lieved me though I tried every known I came across Electric Bitters and its the is greatest medicine on aaith for hat trouble A faw bottles of completely relieved and cured Just as good for Liver and Kidney ttroubles and general de bihty Only 5oc Satisfaction of guaranteed by C J Haydpn diuggist In Kentucky Fair Oates The dates for the varous fairs are fixed as follows Richmond July 136 days Crab Orchard July 224 days Georgetown July 215 days Cynthiana July 294 days Guthrie July 293 days Danville Aug 4 4 days Madisonvilh Aug 44 days Lexington Aug 106 days Fern Creek Aug 184 days Lav rencdburg Aug 184 daysShepberdsville Aug 184 days Maysville Aug 194 days Shelhyville Aug 255 days Springfield AuA 264 I days Bardstown Sept 15 days Nicholasvillc Sept 14 days ElizabethtownSept 84 days Bowling Green Sppt 154 dys KenUcky Stae Fair Owens boro Sept 210 day Headerson Sept 95 day The Last of a Noted farm Mr Cecil Darrctt of New York who owned at one timo the major portion of the ract of land known as the Bun Harbor farm is preparing through his agent N r E J Buckraan to divide 240 acres of the tract into tenacre plots and sell them for truck gardening purposes Mr Barrett formerly owned 1100I acres in the locality and this was divided up into 100acre lots and all but the 240 acres sold for farming purposs The pripe paid was 46000 The remain der is now being sur eyel and platted and will te put on tho market in a short time The land is admiribsy adapted for trulk gardening purposes and rtbe sales vill probably be very rapid When te last 240 acres has been sold the famous Bon Harbor farm will be a thing of the past and only pleasant memories and the old homestead will recall the past Owensboro Inqurer For a lazy liver try Chamberlains and Liver Tablets They invigorate tbe lived aid the digestion the bowels and prevent bilious ate ache For sale by Haydons Orug tore Kansas Wheat Crop j iou Despite the floods and heavy the rains in Kansas that State cull this year harvest at least 70000 bushels of wheat The cr pFI year from Kansas will be a lis quality than has been produced in that State for many years The heavy rains have been the agency to eradicate fortt zedthis season tbe dreaded Hessian The grain jias been bar the dened into as perfect wheat as it possible to seCUrerIt is estimated that there are 5400000 acres under wheat this season in Kansas A good days work for a binder is 12 acres Tqe crew of this machine consists of a manto drive and to Egather the sheaves and put them in shocks Figuring on this basis it will requite 45000 men to harvest the Kansas wheat crop in 1C days Wages durivg harvest time are high for farm to hands Placing the figure atw 2 50 a day for each man it will cost l126000for labor Added this is cost of binding inEaJ wear and tear on machines fOl1dtc for the hands which will bring be the cost fully up to 1175000 l At about 70 cenlsa bushel the Kansas farmers odght to have a profit ol 45doO000 to 49000 000 on their wheat crop The crying neel nov in that is labor An appeal has been sent to the country for men haavest this immerse Kansas crop Farmers have pone to the for labor to take in thf golden grain but are finding difficulty Tramps in that State me are being impressed ino service There iis employment for men in Kansas by the thousands both the farm fields anlI on railroad construction workkiSTATE OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO notLUCAS COUNTY I Frank J Cheney makes oath tbit be senior partner of tbe firm of F Jst beCityaforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL LARS for each and every case of Ca tarrh that cannot bo cured by tbe asef Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed my presence this 6th day of Dc cember A D 1886bAW GLEASON SEAr4Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken InterInally and acts directly on the bloOdh and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials freeIr F J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 7jc Halls Family Pills are the best J have practiced medicine for 36 years and have consulted the leading physicians in thie country in regard to a remedy for Dyspepsia but hive sever been able to nnd anything that woutt affect a cure until I used KodolI Dyspepsia Care I hare suffered with stomach trouble for years Could l1Qttt eat anything but milk toast for months but since udd Kcdol I can eat anything and feel that my health is better than it ever was in my life cannot say enough for Kudol for Ittt has saved my life and know that it will cure aiy case of Drspop ia if taken tIireatedM D Settle M D Big Hill Ky t t The Dowlc Pledge Harry Giovanqoli writing from Washington to the Danville Advocate says Washington is looking for a visit from the RcJ John Alexander Dowie some time this fall Dowie as you maytt have heard is going to New York in October accompanied by two thousand of his followers half of them womep to convert that wicked city and it is possi ble that he nay stop in Wash ington either going or coming and give this lown a coating or two of whitewash It needs it in spots By the way if you YourHair Two years ago tay hair was falling out badly I purchased a bottle of Ayers Hair Vigor and soon my hair stopped coming outIMiss Minnie Hoover Paris Perhaps yqur mother had thin hair but that is no reason why you must go through life with Half starved hair Iff you want long thick hair feed it with Ayers Hair Vigor and make it rich dark and heavy tUMMac tiI jf1- elf lOur drnojUt eiiMt aapjly you t ceed ta OHdoUH aM wfrwifl KpnM m a bottle Be WsadslT the asal- f ovaearette o 6tWrNIo JCJlCDQOLoftUJlUI Ta U the Dowie movement here is oath cr vow you ra sup from posed to take I vow in the name of God my an 1 of Jesus the Christ Son and my Saviour and of Jf itthel hisfrom the Father and the Son thatI will be a faithful member J his Zion Rstoration Host organ at the Shiloh Tabernacle in city cf Zion on Lords DayrSept 1003 and I declare cogoize John Alexander Dowie General Overseer of the Chris non tian Catholic church in Zion of which I am a member in hisin threefold prophetic office as theInew Messenger of the Co tenant the t Prophetforetold by Moses and ijah the Restorer I promise- to the fullebt extent of all my powers to obey all rightful orders irsued by him directly or by bis properly appointed officers and proceed to any part of the new wherever he shall direct as a member of Zion Restoration lion und that all family ties obligations and all relation all human government shall held subordinate to this vow this declaration and this pi omise This I make in the presence of ycGodof invisible witn ssesENo Pity Shown For years fate was after me R continuously writes F A l eilhgiJiJlgBueklens Arnica Salve curedVEqually good for and all aches and pains Only time 2c at C J Haydon drugstore Weak and older people are more or ess afflicted from inactivity of thtiWith feebleness aud a yeIexpel the impurities from theth system that nature intended the For this purpose Gayuba i iiintende t it assists nature the kidneys to a healthy aud active Condition Sold by Wood I Campbell PointotHere is a tine point in law The See what you can make bf it The t Some tme ago a negro in Ala was tried for murder and or sentenced to be hanged by the neck until dead The sentence cf carried out by the sheriff clhewassuspended fifteen minutes and pronounced dead by the atendmg surgeons After being cut down his body was turned over to another medical man who was de J sirus of making some scientific experiments After working with the body for several hours life was restored and the negro is alive and wellltody Now the question arises In the eyes of the law is the man dead or iis he alive If he is dead he is very much alive for a dead man while if he is alive he has not IbeenI dead He has been tried con viQicd sentenced and hung al though nit dead Can he be tried again for the same offense White Caps Several weeks ago Harrison Wtibb and familyf who live in Marion near the lines of Boyle and Casey counties were notified ta leave and giyen 30 days to obey the summons Mr Webb however did not shake tbe dust of marion from hu feet as or de ed but prepared to defend himself iWhen the thirty days had ex pired the white caps came thirty oi forty strong one night lat week They were given a warm reception in the nature of the contents from a double barreled shot gun and from two or three pistols It is claimed that negro was killed and two aII members of the bind of regula tors revere y wounded The dead negro and Qthe woandcd white men were carried away by tHeir comrades Webbs house vas firid into by the whito cap in response to his fiery welcome bit no one was hurt The front r djaor was riddled with Lebanon Enterprise bulletsI I IWoriID tKl hf And Bar The busiest and miglitiest lit IDriII lenergy brainfa Oower Theyre wonclerfu1 J lrBulidrDg up the tiea1iti Qotv lefe per box Sold by G J Hfktdpn Lebanon Locals The Falcon 11MrMr J E WHnoit otLebanori at his home in Louisville morning Mr Wilhoite leftI afternoon to attend the uneral Mr B Terbune the Brad- ordsville miller opened anoffice in the Opera house milding on Main street in Leba where he is buying largs quantities of wheat He is pay 75 cents per bushel for the crop as it comes from the liresher and has his teim busy hauling it from hers toJ1in t Rev J J Cole returnedl Thursday from Corbin where he went to perform two marriage ceremonies While there he par ticipated im the dedication of the Masonic haHlif Cooper lodge About 1000 people were present and partook of the feastIthat was prepan d for the occa tdressI t Cbaplaij Mrs R F Lanham aged 57 died of cancer at tbe botae her daughter Mrs Deboe Hoe en Friday The funeral was conducted from the Haysvjlle church Sunday atternoon Rev L Purdom cfficiated The iecrased leaves a husband rand children six boys and two ris all of whom are grown Very Reiamliie Cure Diarrte About six years ago for tbe first in mj lie I bad a sudden and avere attack of diarrhoea says Mrs Alice Miller of Morgan Texas got temporary relief but It came back gain and again and for six long I have suffered more misery and than I can tell It was worse death My husband spent hun dreds of doMais for physicians pre scriptions and treatment vrith ut avail Finally wemoved to Bosque county our present home and one day happened to see an advertisement of Chamberlains Colic Cholera Diarrhoea Remedy with a testimonial a man who had been cured by It casewas so similar to my own that I concluded to try tbe remedy result was wondetful I could hardly realize that I was well again believe it could be so alter haying suffered so long but that one bottle medicine costing bat 8 few cents cured me For sale by Haydons ragatore Historic Farm One of the historic farms of Nelson county is the old Charles Moorehead place situated on the Beech Fork river about miles southwest of Fardstown This place originally contained 500 acres and was ptfrchased by Charles Morehead afterwards Goyernor of Kentucky from Caldwell Strother in 1794 Im mediately after purchasing the Q Ei tract ofjjiad Mr MoreheW erl i gtliefebn a resldenca built joj heim poplar log weather I boarded Ho made his horns tire till 1809 when he sold his farm to Patrick Tewell and rev moved from the county Ths property remained entirely Jo the Tewell family until several yearsago when it wasP diviidftd up and sold In Morel e ds time the laud was heavily1 tim bered mostly with poplar1 and all of the outnpuses several of which are still standing as well as the residence were b l1tof that material1 The originalt i dwelling isi situated about three hundred YflrdstIrpmtheTiyert arid occtfpt63apiit ure ae poslfb Tho farm is now owned by Messrs William and SiMlelctlt and Ignatius Tewell ThelatCar jisi a grandson of the JJafrVck Tewell mentioned aboveS tt1jard Catarrh r theRtDla il t1f IWhen the stomach U overloaded when fool is taken Isto J t that fails to digest it decays awl iuflamei the mucous membrane expoaiBg the nerves and causes th glands tq as crete mncln instead ot the maural juices of digestion This Is called Catarrh of the Stomach Foryeccsl suffered with Oatarrh of the Stomach caused by indigestion Doctors and medicines tailed to benefit maQntif used Kodol Dyspepsia nre3R- hea R Coppell Texas Sold by c J- Uaydon 1 nttelftr Six Thwswrf Qiest The Ilargest hotel ever erected for an exposition will be vrtthia the Worlds Fair grounds at SLitLouis A contract has fteen signedi for the construction of t this mammoth building the rates in which will be controlled by the Exposition Rooms will be divided in to four classes accord ing to size not less than 500 rooms of each class The rates will be on the European plan ffor each4pe sont11S1502 4 dand 5 per day The latter pnces will command very large rooms with baths Meals will be served to such of the guests as desire them at tbe following prices breakfast and noon Inn cheon 50 cents each evening dinner 75 cents The hotel management wil collect from each guest 50 cent extra each day to cover thepriC8of adsaiSr sionto the Exposition ground The hotel will be made larger than now contemplated it the ad vance bookings of guests shall warrant Irt CASTORIAI ler Imfimt a4 CWM- riHrlKMYHlUrlAhNfdMtW i eys the gasttes- REI9 eM j IJ J r GREATEST CAMPAIGN OFFER EVER MADE N JPubliahedeveryJ + f J W price 3 for 6 months The Weekly CourerdJonra1 1 Published every Tednesday morning regu 1tar price 6 months 5Cc f a BOTH PAPERS 6 IfrMSw J By mail and your home paper ffj XI1The News4ader CONE YEAR m FOR2Q0 tdRememera11 THREE PAPE EIS for S2OO j IitIThe camoaign now on in Kentucky will be inlersftt ing and exciting Everybody who can read will wact to keep posted on whet is doing vinder this offer will b receivsi i ly I 41n4 The ISfEWSLEADEB SPRINGFIELD KY t Ijt i TIOEWS LEAD t PULISILED EVERY wtASDAY SI A YEAR IN ADVANCE lfISPRINIELDKV h IU 1t 15 AJ1 r b t t iItWiDIro 1mSBBR f1fJl1 hr f tr rbTbt rloUecsilOceB i eh rabseqaent insertion candidates ind matteriCalls on jjoUtlcal r 1r 9ehtsperlinet 1i Mf rrowork is donfc atlowraiesVbut cash dUZt be paid on delivery otgoods c A rertlBlng contractsrnade on liberal r rrni Obltuariet ami resolutions ol respect 8 F + S nntapcrlIae LoUWzxT5 t350utyMag1strateS U dcOTty Qfflceri 500 W District Offices lr X F iTHURSDAY 3ULY 9 UC3 FrWCit uit Judge We ara autihorJzed to ann naEneot j oUDcetheI CHARLES a tavdldate for the office of CircUit Xk Judga pt fcls1 the Eleventh Judicial llstrici composed ofthe counties of M rianftyIor Green and Washing j tbBj 8UIectrtQ the Democratic primary ipmmdawealths Attorney t Wearq anthorizcd to announce i RL DURHAM SofGreen ccnnty is candidate for the SqS afeikof CommonWeaUbB Attorney ii bjrto tho UOn of the Demo t t cratio party In this tho Eleventh Judicial district composed of the l cotsntleiKof Washington MarlpnI Taylor and Greeo PIi I oV Circttlt Clerk 11oI Wevare aiitnorlzed toannonn eIflFMCAMPBELL Itftnitt 1fof uhlngton county November election H elected wilt juBiHted In the ofQce by Robr NOD = L dIr orStateiSeiiator R We are authorized to ancounoe HAPRX LANCASTER ofiMarioit county ae a can5dite ror thofflqof ijtate Senator from tbeI L I5t i Senatorial district subject to the fctldn of thft DamocmMn pwtj j P eofhatcouventlons MaySOth 1903 Her Representative zr We are anlhorized to annOunce- Mf LLtAM D CLAYERCOXE iLti candidate for the office of Representative in the lowci bonne of Kentucky Legislature from Washington county r Eyansvillo Ind Monday I nightwas the scene of adIr si between a mob afipr a negro inarderer anda company cf b r militia The latest rews says that three victims of the riot of Mondayuight died in the hospi A taifmalclns a total of Tiinedeac1 f Pliysicianspronou ce thirty five perjpusly vovnJed while tte total number of injured is nearly fifty The situtionid till criti caL Several miJitia companies fIIIIt wer ir ieJo1he3 Y lU9 thE city candi the police force wa Btrengthened Jjis posibU i ihat maitial law will t e pro- cljjmgdjiff futlhe rioting occun 4 O SS555r LNoiritbstandinj the strenuous CJfcXrV rprGofj2x Gpv I radley and Olifhoielf 11 bhal2 ci Jti giLpQB at thir triiing iitjooks as if Cpl Morris BBdhnp w lInVlnlhe PPUL- I Ifcan nomination fj r srovernof ea walit Col Eei1xnap ha miae noiRieit irnse bOithh campaign but hassimply let it tbeinomination and good men all i ovT5 the state recognizng i is Jr tru a c erit and fitness for the suct portj4ssaL1 signIaI1 it U 1 w ra Iflap bn tb fiit- I ballot a i iSjgope Leo the venerable head ffofhe CathDlici church is lying dtjthe pi int cf death at Rome aim it is n t thought that he can l e1thai hours Tre aramanuIjtjs as to c tig probable successor to- PJ gtcy Cardinal Gotti appears thEe theniijuiyto sUfc cd I tSfhat Huh qfficl J f t r 1 n 4Th FonnJft tioiOr llC1llL ofhI Dys PJSIa Cure is tnt one great nidfcfe- thatcnablf t the stomach and dig stivc a OLV to digest assimilate and 1b10t 1 r IMrest g Uon4Dviep a iS l Aljllisordere ofthe itonfach 4dlg reqrgRnate cured helisfroV Zx1oIBaldbyCjHaydon i A Lion Co V statesof America The greatest nation in the world is the greatest consumer of coffee Lion Coffee is thestahdzrd beverage of every state and territory of the Union Its pure thats why Alnn la Ib alMlgfat MaUd pick InnuW tzhcs nuf uniform llyf 1 o FARHORCHARDAHr1inh TRJGG It takes nature a hundred years t1 produce a tree which a man with a sharp ax can destroy in fifteen minutes The wise cook will bake the crust foi her leinou nnd custard pies before she makes tile pie then the bottom crust wont look and taste like half cooked macaroni The robin builds a good large sub stantiaJ nest and could seemingly care for six or eight young birds but we have nevvr found a robins nest with over four eggs In it and usually only threeSSome women are so set In their way that they will not allow modern con venlences which would ease their household labors to be brought Into the house preferring to do their work in the hard old wny It will cost about 1 to give the home farm n name of its own nUll have a batch of note heads and envelopes printed with the name of the firm and Its owner on them It Is a question If SI in be siiert to better advantage rWe took up some white cedar post recently which hat beep Jet only six years and found thcor decayed to the point of worthlessness A willow post will last four years and begrown for 3 cents while the cedar post costs 14 farm separator Is not on1anIeconomic blessing but if the old motto Cleanliness is next to godliness Is true it performs a theological mission as well The dirt which will be taken tom the milk Is dirt walch you do not now Is there Where a farmer of standing and In fluence Is wheedled by some swindle furnISUrthemoves from that community the better for his neighbors will never forgive and never forget Not one count1 sthoolhouse In ten Ii kept up as It should be Wlille it nay be all right inside the exterior sur roundings are enough to make a clilM hate to go to school when If the director and the patron would pet up n little enthusiasm and patriotism It might be made a pretty aud inviting place Recognizing the fact that locality cud soil have much to do with thee cellence of any given variety of strawberry we say that with us till Gandy jives us the best flavored brrrles the latest berries and the largest cues but not the largest yield From our point of view It seoius like a sin to sell Gan dy berries solong as a man can stand tIt to sit up nlgbU and eat tlem The men who held over the onion crop or bought stocks last fell for the expected better spring prices have been most grievously disappointed this year There was during April a perfect glut of this esculent on the market add the brieetf were such as to bring tears to life eyes of the owners lii fact bun oreds of thousands of bushels were dumped to get rid of them A man takes chanced In holding this crop over During the snowy and wintry week the last of April we passed on our way to work every morning the nests of two robins and wondered why these birds did not live sense enough to put off their courting and family cares un ill Inter In the season when there would have been more pleasure and fun in the business These birds re minded us very much of these young fools of our own race who get married ori what they think Is love and 275 Quit nHttle Is being written about the agricultural possibilities of Alaska ll sstaid that wheat barley rye and beIng4rythe arctic circle and that there are Im rnetise summer ranges of good grassland for stock Still we hardly look to see settlers making a race for that sec Itfoq to take up homesteads just yet Klne inouths winter is too much even if ulJe summer days are twenty hours long The difference between Just common things nnd the best things is well illus trated in tBls Item from Florida The strawberry growers jot the common fruit during April were getting L5Q per crate for their berries One grow er of the Klondike berry a very supe rIo variety could not fill the demand for the product of his twenty acre patch at 1125 per crate There is nl ways sure to be enough of the cheap nnd common things produced to supply 1he demind for such things and very too much while the very best acts forwbrchiTlch people will ptj 1otten prices are airnostalways short rtha ofSiIcnce n Sb 1it8 saying again U5ufer1h sIienctSftr can readily believe that you do suffer in silence the man replied TotLtab o intich pleasur1nia1kP- kLfad1ph1aw Py L w- tr iCW4 iilH Mi Sii i iOOm W J w j1 4fWSfVOITThCGOUfltAmong II ir as Reported by our Correspondentsi LM cwqcc cCJUMiM OOM cee Mcts rwlfJrAta I atln jyjsyjsjy 7 IliHsboror Rev J A Sims tilled his reg ular appointment here Sunday Miss Agnes Bines has returned to her homo at Lusey after a weeks vist with her auntMrs Lida Oder anc11dauReed and brother Emmett spent Sunday atJ S Beachmarts Mr Zack Leaciman and family attended church at Mack iHe Saturday and Sunddy Ernest Sbewmaker bought a new buggy from Thompsn Green of your town for 65 Mrs Matlie Dragoo spent Sunday with lur sister Miss Sallie Filzgrrald and attended church here in the afternoon Mr William Barnes Thomas Hedger and Mrs Cora Mcllvoy and Ethel Settles are on the sick listRobert Thompson and family were the pleasant guests of Mr and Mrs Leroy Reed Saturday and Sunday Miss Mellie Red of neat your town spent las week wih her grandmother Mrs Em Wilson Mr Ormsby Shewmaker who has ieCnquite ill a ith appendici- ti is much improyed He was able to call on his best girlat Hardesy schoolbouse SunJay Several of our young folks have been attending pzotr cted meeting at Feowick lor the past two weeks Walter Braviejiaud family of Polin spent Sunday with rela tives Lere MissPatience Creole of Spring fitld is spending this week with her father Sam ICrcok at this place Miss Myrtle Barnes will be accompanied to her homo a1 Remington Ind by her cousin Miss Rena ShewmaUer Mackville Quite a number of teachers from this place are attending the Institute at your town ttiis weekA revival meeting is in progress at the Methodist church The se vices are conduct d by Rev H W Bromey of Wilmor Miss Mallie Richa son of Monroe City Indiana is the FJU1l1rITurner IMr and Ms Wm Anderson of LJ lit ille r turned home this wei after a pleasant visit to relatives heie Dr J S Dema ee of Frankfort spent a few days here this week vith h sold ffiends Mr Roland if Chaplin atlen ded church here last Sunday James Graves returned home from St Louis last wnek vterc he has been for some time Mrs Laura Hiatt will teach the public school at this place She will be assiste by Mrs Eva DemareeA crowd WuS p esont at the M E Church last Sun lay to hear tl e hey It 1m lK Der ing who d livered quite an elo quunt and impressive crmon t his at entive hearers Joe Thompson left a few dnrs ago for DeKab II where he will remain for some time Willisburgi Mrs Carri j Durrett and daughter Miss Juda of Bloom field and Mrs Belmear und Miss Uugari of Bardstown were tho guests of Mrs MUlCh Hyatt last we kSDr Mellwood Hyatt and wife Dr Sutherland Mrs Ed Suth erland Dr Sam Grume and Mrs Faurie Sheeley spent last Tues day at the hotel at Tatham Miss Aileen Brown of Mack yule was he pleasant gu st of Mss Lula Mtrritt last Saturday and Sunday Dan Yaste of Cornishville visited Walter Wells last week We are sorry to report Mrs r Maggie Mcllvoy no better She has been ill sever weeks Cecil Gibbs has re urned from Harrodsburg Brother Perry Campbell and sister Miss Nora from Ro e Hill visited frieuds here Saturday CampbellI eIsrmon to a large audience on Sunday afternoon Birch Snider of Louisville isI the guest of his sister Mis 1 M TrentIOn last Saturday night Mrs J W DUI t11 entertained at her beautiful home in a most charm ing manner in honor ot Mesrs John Sutton and Walter Wells She was assisttd in receiving by Mrs Harry Grenwood- Pletisani HillI J M Royalty sold one nice yearling colt to Abner Foster fcr 40James Hedger und wife of Cornishville attended church nt Tatham Springs Wednesday last John Dun and wife visited Fonz Voorhees at Cardwell SundayLittle Mary Long the afflicted daughter of William Long ded on the 20 Remains ver3 in terred in Grapevine cemetery MIs Mollie Gibson left for Lebanon last Fridiv lobe treated fur consumption We have had some little rain here m the rust week but not enough to do very much jjood George Kays was in your to vri MondayMrs Coa Durr died the 25th of heart disease Remains wore interred in An ioch c metery Pulllam Mr GuV Johns n is on tlc sick list Will Arnold of Mt Zion neih borrood was in our midst this celt buying hngs Miss Annie L WltiteoTathm Springs tins beon veiT sick for the past week but is better nt ihis writing Mrs S L Foster of your to MI was visiting friciids and eat ies in our vicinity last H Go don an1 wife Mrs Sar h Couler and daughter Jaie Ben Crow and J N Our don worn the quests of rEi shi Vliit Saturday Mr Cavie Pinkston h r pened an accident Sunday whirl1 1m ighl have been a Vt ry ser ous While crossing Ocns cr ek in a buggy his horse w ished down with hirr aI1Ji1 trying to get up he second lute with hi Lead down ILe stream going clour under the water10 At last the animal arose feet still in Uo shaft aid car vied Mr Pinkstun safe to land Bevaie of those little sire rns thin have no bridges in thuo of hiuh water is the Advice of tie writer Mrt Everett Scrjj g nud Mis ILMlie lliiey of ill jn 1 uo e the guests of MJih Inllil Gordon Sunday IiMr Kichaul Tiukstcm hs re ome fr in a visit with friends and relatives in Indiana accompanied by his couin Mr Waller Pinkston MOORESVILLE llln on July lili tto U e wife of Elijah Ftinis a 12 pound tirl W S Goo IP d Peer Barlow have fuitred a partnership in t e butcher business and will b gin operation at Sprifefied this woelc Another advantage free rurjl delivery is to the farmer whenever a nationa holiday co es like the Fourth of July no mat ter how nod he newels In until he must wjit uutil tn next day to get iL bit a poor star route mail cat nor must carry Ins mail every day except Sunday Rqv HF Adlrns preached at aBuSwithoutleavingugly Instantly Heals scar I- cuTSStops the bleedini Kills the Pain Prevents I Blood Poison Heals quickly BRUISES S Draws tops the out Pain the PreventsSwallings Inflammation It will dowhatwe say or money refunded M SOs tJooDarrLWJ t UOOoDDIlCOOUITS For bale by C JJlayaon t Now Hone cburth st Saturday en Sunday A lvd numbr of J1Ir young foRms took in the ontertttinment nt Mt Zibn last Sturday night Thy fee wnll pie sol wih hei entertainment Mrs Jt ff Sri hand uijairhter Miss Masrgie spe t the Fourth in Springfiel l Squire J W Gordon Ii4ld his ayjIThere wjis but one atirnpy pre set Mr F Cnjrsby Itfhee will be quate iy meett ing at Mt Zion Satu day and Surday lllnvelbeon informeJ ilia thit members of Nw Hope r itplistl church hio called Regit T Adkins for one year and that Ie will preajph every first and third Sunday itTe cii month IVr louse of pcncrc unty s in our must thrpshing wheat FARMERS ANY oii Hvlllf MAfKVlLLE KY j IOI At the close of business Jane 30 llESOGRCESi Loans and discounts S27SU8 IT Overdrafts secured 1417 Overdrafts unsecured 155 92I House Furniture Fixtures 2311 03 Expenses and Taxes So Cash Total SI13320 2d LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 1G 0 00 Undivided Profits i043 4213tDeposits 35 Due banks J 4457 j1uttl Ji3o 26 J w SALLEK ca1 cri H1iTh5 CIss Fcafuc9 The Executiv Committfo cf iho KentHicUy Stale Fair Acso cia ion uliieh iil1i Id its big fair at Oveisb6ro btgiii lug September 2Ut has adJed Some high y Interesting free amuse then t features to its prog lllmP among thorn being Dr Carver the celebrated nnrlcsmar the eight woncUrfil horses Vhici race at fulSOel without d iyeps a race boiween a team driven ty a bull dog and a team driver yj a Ulan fpi r aulomobiie rac one oi vhkhiii ibe for amateUr nthtisTiisUof Ocensbro uiiiy a line foot jall gjmo and muif- irds hurdle races In addition ti llie UCI1 prz s for cxijib s there I iiiibt many priij silvoi cuJsufTt rod by various Ts ccution aad mdiviu uals if The contracts for le bg buildings wil be let witUFu 11 w ltCalalojrups or nay information can bsecured by add rmi Stcrttary Prr U S 1lupsl ingI lioon C ardtif Trade aJd Louisville iKy Commissioners Sale iIU ShHinn 1f1I I IVlltr y5tlti D It lBy virti of a Jud mrnt an order of nile of Iftf Vjviiijjton iipcnit tJMintllfliillpruifeitto oftVr tor tlf at hue Court IIlu9 door Sr1t1 II Ky ON MONDAY JtlvIIat V ick prn or tin rcvil ur iip iigtetSbiiidur at Public Auction upon aI rollA tract of antI near Moon uilo in Washington county Ky and u rated towiir Jteg iiininr at a sioiu in theIcenter of ihr SjirmvnYid and Chaplin jike ttuiue S 4j W poles lo a stone thencf S 43te 59 jx es to a stone on tit north side of a lnl hid south side of a branch thence S w 69 25 polls to a stone cor to Joi n Wakctieltl S 3ol w 1021 polei to a hfone In the Multi east Mde of the tract of he trlamiulid Ohio r uroad nor uilt thence N E 3 poles to a t iion thc Norih side of said trat thence S 34 E 48 poltM to the center oC the pike near a black snith bhdjl tboiuo with the ot the piKe S231 K 4JJ poles N t2 ti2 15 poet NtWJ E 33j poles and 1t w 5U poles to the le finniiifj cpa tainin a7k acres For the purchaie price the put cbaier or pirchasets with all r Ved security or treties must execute hondi bearing legal jnierest titan date of sale Until paid and having Judgmeptthdderupromptly withithese teriiM- THOS A KLULEY ML C W CCI i The lumljonnan the bb ep and tIn forest Ore will utterly ruin the remain nlIcs3nl shipped cars qcl ery to the east the past season Ihu business tins grown from a shlpuiiiiit of only fifty cars ten years ago Soft water cisterns in the south are nearly nil made of galvanized stpel nnd placed above ground at the rearof- the house tliufffmaklng warm soft wa ter always on tap iI Some scientist has made the dlscjjv ery that there are 8000000 microbes in a box of strawberries If this be trjie we have no hesitancy In disposing tI24000000 microbes Ut our supper ft J1ot1j r U J1 = = = I Ton Cure a Cold in One DafTde Laxative liromO Quinine Tabletse IJILSevcnMSHon bozcs sold In pest 12 months This signature9 dSPtJL- 5 i iijijjO i ti ij Liji ji i j itjiliilli i1fll j iiikiIijtjl E iI The Farmers Supply Ros fIi I 1i2 op t t trJt ii THOMPSON GREEN 4t ji i tb 91i J t 3 4 IIs the place to goo with youri pducit tget Supply oi ryour ica E i I FIELD SEEDS Lfi 4J C 1 Of all kinds Agents for L D HICKORY VAGONS and iI1 g Our line of buggies for the Spring Trade is begipmngl to 2 arrive find IS more elaborate than ever rV5 t COAL any Quantity at Lowest Prices 4 ITHOMPSON GREENS SPRlNJ3jELEYKYII f f f t tHt f ft f I t fl O f f O f i Constipation Dpes your head ache Pain back of your eyes Bad taste in your mouth Its your liver Aycrs Pills arc liver pills They cure consti pation headache dyspepsia 25 AI ugglstL r1t your mnlllclHr beatl a lIh BUm NGHAMS r nYE baUfutI I ITO ROAST ME T- SaiuvlIiluK It la Alleged Icv IIooKO keIltui Iviiov Ilorr to Do lljrro at few coolis vlio would not bf iitli iiant if told that they did rat kuv Liw to roastt meatt yet there iRnt on Ioiisikcci r ton who eaii it iinpiiIy To bisln with they ilo not have the roiiuireiiiouts for roistnl uivut is Ways cooked before ai upiii tire What we call roasted nitat is n ally Lat d meat nUll when It Is lurlitriY lurtiaied It Is veiy sat isfactory substitute VVit that is to 10 cooked In this way sotiIU liver be washod but sijl instead with a damp cloth If it cannot be cleaned In that way do not purchase It nt nil Do not rub salt and poppor over It as Instructed in the inajority of reolfes for this ex tracts the Juices iiid4int Is a mis Itake Have the oven as nearly redhot as possible scatter a little of the fat trimmed from the meat over the botI tom of the dripping pan lay the moat on it and put it into the hot oven Do not put a drop of hot water Into the pan for If you do the meat will have a taste as If boiled Let It remain inI 1the oven without opening the door for least five minutes longer If tup oven is not very hot Never mind It YouIcooler allowing the meat to cook more j slovly When It Is nearly lUlU athl salt bud pepper Mix what oueI tliinU you will need nnd apply It a meatIIltIto be rare let It cook poundthntItJ a four pound roast If It must be cooked un til vhito clear through give thirty min titus to the pound My friends like tut when cooked twenty nilnutes Imlitia Farmer nnttrn Centeitcee An effective lace center Is shown in the aivfiiiipnnylng cut The design hasI met with great favor among lace workurs proliaLly from the fact It Is a iinctke pattern and thatI MiiKfthln dcflnlt Some designs to h non ly hit or miss arrangement tf Ln crosses with no shape loMii but tthis lovily design of orj urrrcrm CEXTEKPIBCE filM Is readily recognized In putting in the fllltn stitches It would give variety without spoiling the effect to mrke opposite butterflies alike The Lotly parts ned small wings should bo tilled in with close stitches The lar rings may have more open flUI in stitches The aatcnmc oc feclera hcld be worked on the linen after ili center la put In They may be ItIEtched Cartlcaics woman gifted with artistic taste and an ordinary amount of technical skill mny earn money Is tlc designing and making of cardcasea of leather which appeal to women vii a faucy for individual belong injis The piece of kid or flnd leather front vhlch the cardcase Is made IIIH ire Inches wldft and ten long U Is tlrtt ruled off Into two sections IJ a lljt pencil line each section bring by S Inches On one section ihj uionpgraia of tuc otiiir IIf Ikctt1i c n r A Few FCfSy ILongfellow could take a worthless of J paper write a poem on it and make it se worth 5000 ThatstGenius It s c J IpieceTb t sCaplta IIA mechanic can take a pound of steel and J work it into watch sp1ngspnd make itworth 800 Thats Skill We can write a cheek for Io oooo and it J would not be worth a dime Thats Totlgh 4 Your wife can buy a cloak worth lo but J jpi efers one that costs 50 Thats Naturalv There nay be merchants who will tell you v i that they have better stock we haVe 1 Thats Gall- We have a good stock of a 1 kinds of builcJ ing material that we are willing to exchange her either Free Silver or Gold at a reason able profit Thats Cqmmbn Sense Spnngrfiefd Lumber Co 2 v ulC paeria4jiO ht1ut a voma with lowing hair Ithose designs are tlfen Varvwl nat tuiitl or burned and the Icntlier Is todttl together with u sheet of silk for ili and matly stitched at the sWs or else licci with coarse silk Card rases of this sort made to order ot aU rt u and are both pretty aad IIkllulcICtt TimbnIIjFrom tlia Boston Cooking school whichjI1 fincIanti a pint of Balded milk This Is really- a eattard and should therefore be 1IntoIn a pan of hot water in a slow ovoa until firm Turn out on a hot platter au1 send to the table garnished with irisp parsley Worklne GIrl Club Cleveland has a flourishing working plrlV club which was establlsh d through the generosity of a number of women IU object Is to furnish for the girls who work In stores and flue tories n place where they can meet in large comfortable rooms and have study clasiea lectures end concerti The club ns a gymnasium reading room and a lecture hall j UOT Cheek For bringing a fresh color to thp face it Is recommended to bathe It In tepld water thca apply a lotion made of equal parts of rosewater and glycerin with a few drops of spirits of nmaibnU added tub it thoroughly Into the skin then wlps with a soft fine towel IThe single comb Ulnck Minorca fowls hold the worlds record undr thegov ernuieut test both for number andj welgljt of eggs one lieu laying 22 eggs In twelve months weighing six the pound Ito It is said that sbrawberries refine the when eaten liberally Be that as it may we know they Will put a feather edge on a fellows digestive machinery and he will have a mighty 1goodIThe Dorset sheep will bring thmpstr lambs the Cotswold areythe best mutton sheep the Merino produces ihtf finest wool and the Sbropshlrcs arc ihe best all round sheep for a farm wbero from fifty to a hundred ah p are tpt If you are born lazy andinsanttQm- ake a living In the easiest way peas lute keep 200 laying hens Yon can buy the Teed 10rtl1e fowls hire a kid to gather the eggs and stllhhavO enoush left to ccp jour lazy body andfsoul together tr r India has aTery ijlQnjlfnlT7hcat hrH vest this rear onQgftbe greatest crops rlflch the country ball ever nUsed butabadfeatnlOlsthatthe stif perstitljins writhe pspjple prijtent them pretet1 on- Sa TwDi in sheet than Blnft Ggliirseriess r Fruit arid Xrnament yjneSfsmall Irheubarband every thirigfo roh rdrlawn and garden Strawberry and geit eral catalbgtles on te2 quest t r ro It F HILLERH R 9 Lexington Ky Y WAITEDrtWe woulcTJike to ask mhIult l tlhe ciiqtnnsof YoVr ifenfCn there isany peisu IhtroweElatheSa and Lnvet Troubles jthm hs nut been pured uud Jv also mean theiriisu1tssucbassoue Jstbmach fermeotattbn1 Offood habitual costrv ness eivous dyspepsia th dcbsespon deatJeelings sleeplessness jn facts nY1troubI C9nn dri 13Iyears in altcivlzed couujkr es f i od we vtibi to coriespond Q fih f Q ufirSbtbooks1reopcstritidAugust1Fiiwer 1rf h2 tipt b tU6 6 tf Weib VJ1e Ci Irsorsommatter yrUh youTe 25 cent sza has 1 ust Jbeeri Tntroduced thsYear Regularzel 75 cents- tal1At drupgisU G CtGreeiv Woodburyr lttf O Ji Hay door DroeWett1 DeWItt la thlWM to far wlMi 7 a to to bur vntck Hazel SalT iWitta Witch lls1 31 w to tead De a4titie iJeGtta is fraIIil rAJ1otbersUr wemtkis- DWNtsWSctt t= =IsasforPlIssftrldat d dlst A lflitiMi Liiss kElettsrLiDis0ii 1iiL1u ICteDewitt4CL1cI H W JM BURTON HMIPENT DENTIST iT iTHEXL1ACTEDI vFPrqDIfloekP ePRINGFIEJ KY All Dental Work Strictly I Firstclass DRlUJ H LAMPTONiy In Opera OE1CEfo j iRS ts obK SPUING FIELD KY tr 0OITFICEDrroeS qverPeoples Deposit Bank Office hours 12 to 2 rrugo WJJGRIGSBYdil iC AFTORNEY AT LAW Olnecover eflpkiS Bank BEBINGPIELD KY We have a young friend who got tils homo Inisliape furniture and domestic eqnlpmcht all complete before he got niarrledTKli h Js so much better than jgetj tbe oldfolks A good many men In the west in try tngLp produce both beef 4nd butter on tticlr farms do well with neither The two Interests hre always and forever habctterthe IIOB or the dairy cow and tbe hog Afgreatdealf of very careful1 scientific and thorough work Is being done In the states ofjowa and Illinois 1n tbe effort alo Improve the qualIty of the Crn Al ready by the use of selected and petit greed seed an Increase In yield of twentyfire bushels per acre reported from Illinois It is but reiterating a baldheaded truth to say that any man Is a fool to ship to any commission house which offers more than the going prices for a e product and still men are being bitten In thta xaanneb nil the time because their greed and AVarIce are better de reloped than their common sense A lady who died recently In the east jleft by Wllitp her husband tOO per 4tmonth and her cat and dog 50 per It month FromCthla It would appear that the deceased lady thought Just t twice as much of her husband as slit did of her cat and dog We know of eases wbere ItvJa Just the other way II The kind of roads a whole lot of pro pie are clamoring for will cost the tax payers not ices than 3000 per mile It has tenj200 years to get this ktzJu i of highways In Efurope and the pee pic there have been further farored with an abundance of pauper labor ami a military necessity to help build tb hosWe made the discovery this springJ u In connection with a belated spell of winter coming the last of April that the frait budsof the apple cherry and plum will tKlurc at least 11 degrees of frost provided It comes before the buds are bnen and go through such an ohbeenhave destroyed the fruit buds Spraying will not prevent the rar of the the little thwhichfor thet purpose of depositing an egg and which causes the fruit to fall from the tree before It is ripe There la onl1I one way to get him Spread a sheet under the tree early in the morning jar the tree and he will fall on the Bheet when be can be gathered up and burned Pa will commence bis work juetassoontbefmu1tgetstbes1ze of ape Thpaper Mid that be 1fU a rhafarmer bad half Ta section of good land lots of stock line borne and all that that he went to town filled upon wHisky and then went home and ahedhIs good wife Now there 1tno use in cnMng the saloon keeper m such a case as this but Instead this old duffershould be gllen thirty days at bard labor Jn the county jail in spite of his standing ana money This ouldjI cure him It will cure nine out of t of such caseslIf the public highways did not border avery man farm and were confined tu a few leading thoroughfares through a county it would be easier to get good work dope on such roads Some wen taremoney is pi ld by them for such a pur pose they want It applied on tbe high way in trout of their lands even If three ieamr did not travel tbe road The main traveled roads should be first put in good shape then when this Is done the byroads can receive atten tion Hal called at tbe farmers houD praised his crop and his stock and bh children Ith the result that ho got the grangers name signed to an order ofApomq jwrt When he came to deliver the book the farmers wife a muscular feutale went for the little sandy haired agent with a poker and made him can eel theorder When the old man came borne to supper there was a family scene which we are prevented from properly describing in these notes and t l kedtinUrhcQfio tric 5tiPPOR1 kcrs u a i iwi6I It wIdImyIsL SaJIstMss OlT QWXE chtiux- riaiIui1srrY4IIHIsJwIst i WfiMtftifiRnj iiG tlIOWN1 LocaiHappcnInsoY Z WViivnffhtCH W WW Interest 9 The Freshest and Latest I All Yourself Friends 11andI Acquaintances 111 K e- rt11sonTry Gold Medal hoCFancy groceries of all kinds marInuy your fruit jirs and your from Joseph A Shader If you want a good oil stove r McEIroy Shultz have them h LaGoyaurjBUgaJRehigherPure soda witer not milk uted served wb shaved ice at Jo wesephNice fat hens eggs and choice frying chickens always on handbi i Bt Poultry House A new supply of bats balls ma ks nits and gloves very low at Joseph A Shade rs ThConutrywanted Gush if preferred C WHugana Fruit jar season is here Now dont forget that C W Ha LOSTBetween s a large stock for Springfield rile ganIt t and Pleasant Grove church a pink shawl Finder wll leave at this office and receive reward WANTED Country bacon hams at best market price for cash or goods also chickens eggs and butter Joseph A Sbserder LOSTOn day of St Catherine Commencement a black silk urn br teaeUawncJeill Leachman Springfield JyE youicantShultz a get a Refrigerator Water Cooler and Ice Cream Freezer We have the best t Dunt forget the Washington IatCounty Sunday School convention at Mackville isslyj day school work invited Dont sweat over hot suds this t weather use PearlinAm monia washing fluid and cold water with better results Jut give it one trial Full direction PonFOR SALE Bay horse 7 years i ch Wildrenjtraveler and fine roadster Also b EIisI The Washington County MediJ cal Society met at Tatham Springs Tuesday All of ibLeba doctors from Springfield and theII county besides a lot of laymen went out to see that every ih ing passed off according to schedule timejand r 1Grundytiret have dp ivered a pair of Red School House Shoes to Francis limes of Washington Co awardeJ ShoeIentdrawing in their Prize Draw ling Contest Next Wednesday will bring tosour town a great many strangers i who will be in attendance upon he Sunday School convention and District Conference of the ColoreJ Methodist church Theii sessions promises to be quite iinteresting Our colored citizens are preparing to treat them royally The sessions will be held in the high street Methodist church II leThetermined to improve the streets of the town and with that end in view have purchased a rock crusher at a cost of 870 whi chI will be put to work as soon as I arrives to furnish crushed stone for the streets It is estimated that with the crusher in opera tion the cost of putting new metal on tbe strees will be onhi about 45 cents per perch whereas it now costs the town II and 15 There were two games of baseball played here on the Fourth In the morning a club from Bloomfield came in and played the ukid nine of this place the t thetvisitors fromWakefield TOPICS I I 5 ofIteam ble buinof6 to 5 Colvn and Medey de up the bittery for Springfield byjohnlast Saturday was a success Hon Scott Mayes and Dr J HI mpton white and Prof Wm Baxter of Shebj ville assisted v RU Weeden to inflate and se them A great number of children were present Six 8 inch and six 12 inch cannons re fi edbuThe great procession of auto mobiles of the Chicago Automo e Club whicb had been an ncunced for weeks ahead pissed though here last Friday The procession had dwindled to two machines and six people e party made the start fiom isvicagobut trot caught in the rain whpnI few miles out which so d mp cue d tl eir ardor that marly ail dropsedIl an Mammoth Cave their original destination Teachers Institute e The Washington County Teachers Institute is in session this week at the old High School building Prof Ramey vces as in iructor whoseI tir gaged the again this year is 11quiteroutice fieorktogattedstruction and discusson of be1fity teachers in attendance among the number being several who teach for the first time and to whom the information gleaned ihe institute will be of great benefit In our next weeks ue we will endeavor tto giveII wore of the proceedings of th ses siondeLETTER LIST List of letters remaining un failed for in the Springfield K yB stoffice for the week ending July 8 1903 Bettie Atkinson Frank Arber W B Brinkley Thos Browp T Brown Robert Custard I1p Austin Clark Lizzie Da vise n izabth Dowlin Chas Fuqua BallieFrazier Herman Frazier GeorgE11Jobn Grundy Alice Holt W A Hub rd Soft Hosk y Judge Leach man Josephine MIntire C L Mayer Chas McAllister Geo H Mellea Jas NallV Ella jRallins Mrs Jv B Shelton Katie Thompson Effle D Wiloonc SallieWhltp Persons caning tort mese letter will please say advertised and givedaw of list W A Waters P Ml1 IForSale On accpuut of failing health Mrs J G Mansfield offers frJale her Millinery business which is a money maker Central lo cation large established trade Also the store house with four room flat on second floor Here is an opportunity for a large prosperous business Stock n hand is being rapidly sold at reduced prices If not sold prii vately before wilt be offered at public outcry at the Courthouse d Moorat 2 oclock pm Public Sale On the premises of the old Edwards place the former home of the late W M Edwards beginning at 1 oclock on WEDNESDAY JULY 15th there will be sold three horses 2 tfirst class Jersey Mikh cows and calves two heifers a Jersp bull sow and seven shoats a crop of oats farming implements and household and kitchen IurA niure Also at the same lime and place the Edwards arm co tainting l about 75 acres will be offered sale to the highest bidder on terms BEN EDWARDS Ager Iher Col RE WjueLioncL UD HOB- OJDZEIsTTIBT 1 OFFfCRl1 m Bcr rraanertly locatedi ili wer here this week V Mr W B Morgan of Harrods rg was in town yesterday Glenn C Wood several da iMrgoni to Martinsville Ind for a Iysta LoUiSVillf1spent 1t IhameI inIbUYil1glIMiss Side Majes left last week to visit friends at Catletts rg Ky Mr and Mrs Stewart and wife and baby were at W M Dur retts last week Mr John C Taylor and fami ly of Louisville are guests of H M Ne tiis wee Miss Gertie Cambrop of Lou ille is visting relatives in the county tthis weak J W Wakefield of Wakefield St reaionth daeMr and Mrs Byron Croake are spending the week at Millers Spring in Nelson county Mr Henry Jones of Loirsville BIIThompBII acIIi t brother H M Moss of ttns place Miss JuJa Durrett of Boom ld was here Tuesday en route Lebanon where she is to jon a house party IMr Joe Claybrooke and Misses JenniQIcuayookeweek at Tatham Dr Sidney Green woo has been located at Caddy 1 T practicing dentist y ihat home visitiog his parentsofIMi s Jiary Lewis entertained few young inends in a most iihtfu manner at eight hand tu hre last Monday evniog Mrs J D Lasse of Harriman T thenriotis of Owenion Ky arc here visi iug at the S R Gray home aMissturned from an extended visic 10I Od Point Comfort and other oin sin the east and also iin Ci ncinnatiSMrs Lina Moore and little daughter and Mrs Lillian Hudy of Texas are here on a visit 10 their parents Mr and Mrs Sidney Green Ruel E Pester wept to Louis ville last werk to have his thiWts operated on by a specialist l e IIofII Misses Mattie Sc tt Julia Rehm nd Messrs Fred OBi e htI IiMcKimI Ii y ill are guests at Wullclr 1l eighsHThe Misses CI jbrooke wilt entertain a house party next week Those xpected are Misses Jennie Lee and Bessie Cleaver of Nicho asville and Clara Haydon cf Jessamine county and T C Hardest1 and Miss Schoolneld cf Cincintati Mr J V Spaldiug and Miss l Lidia MoElny Jwinn Marls and Mis Margaret Gadberry and Jerome Hen ren and Miss Lotta Scott and Hubert Clay brooke and Miss Mary Lewis and Dinwidoie Lampton andI iss Annie Claybiookt comj pOoed a party to spend Sunday jlaft ai Tatham Sprit gs For Sale About 2 oclock McChord Robertson will offer for sale to the highest bidder at Court House door Saturday July 18th their warehouse also four shares CountyFair J For Rent iTPostofficefloor above Fire light nextl water furnished Inquire itPeoples Deposit Bank OA TOR I A Jun Han tbce l = I mJlJjIfill Ijtjillill iIJiIliitiiIii1iill lliili iill tis i Parasols are the Latest Fad IIf- S VTe have a large stock of t htm in tact 3 too many and we ofier the line 5- IIi AT 20 PER CENT OFF l R gularPrice All brand new goods fi ranging from SII toS5 SILKS AMC RIBBONS iat Greatly Reduced Prices- We w ate showing a nice line of Summer Underwearand Hosiery c- Dont forget that we carry a large stock OursPriceseOur Mens Department is very attractive it contains the best things in Alpaca Coats Serge Coats and Vests eCrssli Suits Socks NecUwear Shirts thin Underwear Suspenders etc JT 3 White DucK HATS 25cIROBERTSON BROSj Springfield Ky 1 O tO f f t f f fffliqlifl1i T Town Ordinance At a regular nreetingof the Board of T rusees Cf the town of Springfield K held at xli gulr meeiins place on tbe 7ij y of July 1903 there being pusent W L McCkllan Chair man and G C Whartoc Conrajfl Hertlein and C A Thompson Trustees the f lowing ordmauqt v s passed The Board of Tru Ilees of the town of Springfield K y do ordain as follows FirstThat the property oXners of said town facing ci Main sreet fIn the North side thereof beginning with the SouthWestern corner of the Catholic Church property and running iheice wtli said North side uf Main street to the South Eas ern corner of John Searcy s jproperty be and they are hereby 10 dered tti put on said Main reet in front of their resp c tive properties a side walk ardI rbing sidside walk to feet wide and to be paved either with good Asphalt paving good jhard brick or crushed rock screenings dud said curbing to be placed along the outer edge said paving to be not less than 2 feet io width 5 inches in thick ness and of 4 feet lengths Second That the property owners of said town facing op M Cainereofl beginning with the Irerty of Henry Waters ati point directly cross the streett nd South from the Southwestern corn r of the Catholic church proPerty and running tthonce wi h said South side ofl Main street to a point directly houthlield and Mpckville and the iSpringfield Perry ville turn ipike on the properly of the late Bridget Buckrhans heirs or de visees he and they are hereby ordered to put on suid Main street in front of their respec llive properties a sidewalk and c urbit g said side walkl to beet 9 fe wiJe and tIe be rued either wit good Asphalt paving gpodjl ibald brick or crushed rock talbeof said pad g to Le nol lus tnan l feit in width v5 incles n iLickli ess and 4 ffeet knglhs Jj j Third Said curbing snail bo put in and said sidewalks graded ana wade uucer the immediate supervision and di ection of thOI City Engineer whose services will be paid for by the Fourn1Said lownJamLI curbing to be paid for and by the proptrtv owners acing on said steet each proper ly owner to pu in and pay for that portion in front of his property Fifih Said sidewalk and curbing tuusi be put in and tiu ished up ou or before the first da of aep ember 1903 t ixthIr any portion of said sidewalks or curbing herein or dered to be made and put in reImains unfinished on tIe 1st of September 1903 then same lhelIlOwnt property faciug n said street fjr the cost thereof as author iized and provided by law W L McCELLAN Chin G C WHARTON Clerk No man or woman in the state will hesitate to speak Well of Chamber Iains Stomach and Liyer Tablets after once trying them They always pro duce a pleasant movemcit Of tlie bowels improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion For Hale aav on s drugstore oMICouIhOurI fergutH C Idnd Creiip QUARTERLY REPORT OF TIlE CONDITION OF IPEO P PLEJ Q lTBANK SPRINGFIELD KY At close of Business June 30 1903 46OverdraftsOverdrafts unsecured none Due from National banks S 6667 88 Due from State bankabankers 13407 Due Irom Trust 99BankingOther Real Estate 000 t 00UOther Stocks and bonds 000 Specie 640621- Cnrrennj 479000 10196 21 Exchange for Clearings 00 Other Items carried as caaa 00 Furniture and Fixtures 00 Fund to pay Taxes 00 Current Expenses last quarter H 2893 06 Total 234664 Capital Stock paid in in casD S 53000 00 Surplus Fund 15000 00 Undivided Profits 445 86 Due Depositors as follows Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paid 615022706 Deposits subject to cLeck on which interest is paid 0 Demand certificates of de con which interest is not paid 0 Time certificates of deposit- on which interest is paid 1899149169218 C5 Saving deposits on which la paid ertifIed checks 0 Due National banks 0 Due State banksbankers0 DueTrust Companies 0 ontatandlugBtlia 0 0 gTaxesg Capital stock not paid 0 Total 234664 41 SUPPLEMENTARY c1xidlyidualor indirectly if such indebtedness ex ceeds 20 per cent of capital stock ac tually paid in and actual amount ef surplus of the bank None lHow is indebtedness stated in above item I secured None Highest amount ol indebtcdnsss a aTty director or officer it amount of such indebtedness exceed 10 per cent of paidup capital stock uf bank No How is same secured None anyri jthe liability of tie company or firm the liability of the itidiiduaiitiember thereof fsceed 30 per cent of paidup capital and actual surplus No HiO state anotrtt of indebtedne 0 Am tint of laSt dividend 20fO l Were all expenses looses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before de Glaring Ovidend and was net Ies 10 per crt of net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fard before said dividend was declared Yea Give description location value and how long owiiej all real estate cept banking house and lot if any owned longer than five years Noiit State of Kentucky County of Washington J PeoplesD a Bank located and doing business on Maui Street in the town of Springfield IklYSiconIlditioll1903 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the busi ncu of paid Bank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made in compliance wth an official ofIJune 1903 as the day on which such shall be made J A noULWATlE raMbler Subscribed and sworn to before me by A Bou ware Cashier the 1st day 0 July 1103 tAC McELROY N P WnslnnKton County Ky Commission expires January 14 1904 GDROBERTSONI For burns and Scalds Dr Classesj j 81011II the pain in a few minutes Sold by tvood Campbell Foleys Kidney Cure Ldu fckfecnaad Ki= sfcfei 4 FILL Yo UK Ltjj 111 FROM JMAYES CORNER GROCERY illTbalt the best way to be sure of getting 1the best of everything promptly deliv Virft 4ered at money sajngprices Jv tr Freh Vegetables Telephone your orders E S MATTES JE c t S1PH NI3 47 e a j JUNE I JULY t ii J CLEARANCE We are overstocked m iif j fy Light Dress Goods Mercer f ized Oxfords Muslins Swis ffi ses ie For the next thirty days we will make weeping reductions in prices of our g entire Spring and Summer i v Stock tPrettyt I Mercerized Oxfords 0 25 arid 35c Printed Batiste 10 12 12 and 15c t Printed Dimities Batistes and Swisses j 7 I2 10 and P2 1c r S Black Hindoo Mulls 10 to 206 Fine Imported Oxford Waisitings 36 l 7I it t Ging3j8 REDUCED PRICES vD Special prices on Ladies Misses arid ft Chilci ens Slippers I 1 Ladies Vests at 5 10 15 and 25c J Ladies Stock Collars 25 and 50cV Ladies fine Lace Stripe Hose 2Sc Ladies Silk and Lisle G loves and Mitts4J Mens Lisle and Balbriggin Underwear Mens white and c loT NegligeeShirts Mens Full Dress White Shirts Mens Suspenders and Belts 11 CLOTHINGJx We are overstocked in Clothing and 1 tIn order to reduce our stock we artoffering our entire stock of Mens 9J Y Youths and Childrens Suits and Men V Coats and Pants and Coats and Vests fictat lower prices than ever made In this lCall and get prices I Imarkt I t hrt MV I PAPER AND CARPETS 5 have some especially good 2 things in Carpets Wall Paper and Lace f Curtains that we ar X Examine thenri they offetngverylowmm e We cordially invite you to visit our Store and you can feel assured we J can save you money lF f Yours Very Reptfu1ly1i p Gr iCtI + JOHN S MoELRpy Ct GENERAL INSURANCE AGfpr t Fire Life and Tornadot iOFFICEI OVER PEOPLES BASjfeC Z 7 f j isDuringmyor George Neikirk wni attend to any butin iforme s r A vrer Cl has most remarJubk ttaik fftfify ties for all who live in ikfill tite Malaria anaincts A neverfaiiinf rsssdy tA 116 Cvreaiznljj 4 T w I ADE r I 1 I l st l usNAMES ii iiiH I11ve 1wluiitti1 Yy Lud 1 Inio1venty fsPaINGFIELDI 1o- CruRe rt01 George i Inso1vent I cTho7ponWll1 1 Jnsolventi v YLi tKEl kSaO f f t BakerDick iinsplveat iCutsiBger Clem l insolvent is t HardinDan 1 lveDt1ff JJone Wels h a ea1 Mattlogly Jim 1 insolvent t MatSerly Jeff 1 nsolvent 1WII1d WL 1 Insolvent WILLISBURQ MerxRtiPESl Jj v h Insolvent t SbarJA 1 Not found Sutt9 Dick 1 Insolvent SmLtlGW 1 Insolvent SmltS Hartford i Insolvent Mitchell Ttmcol 1 Insolvent tj FBEDERICKSTOWH colored gtCambrontDan3urrelLJl linsolvent Elliott Dave 1 1 Insolvent McInSreV Steve- Montgomery 1 Insolvent Jim 1 Insolvent AKorrOirfBflL 1 Insolvent VMongouery1Will I Insolvent Smock DicI Ijy Insolvent T H ij1Iniolv nt Thomas Jim L Insolvent OlvFltWalkerWrlgSt Curt h Insolvent Wrlgiittrhomas 1 Insolvent BlshoJordanti 1 Insolvent ltntRanfjhDj1i t1 4 i j S YN tilt Qcston iiWhile opposed to lynch low is selesJbT9isgaise the1 J thatJes lung as negroes p t gittt wbitew otnen tbeY Will be lynch ei TliisiwiU J ec done gustj as qulcyVlWIrortiias m the South asjredont wricoYds shoW with tjrime against woman ho eeasesulynihfng will eq5eI s n1 dnot ti11then The Northern t ip ijjrs wu u Twiire encouraging thynegiost m Rings over the hod indignationI some rapE fiEndvould t IImoralI II At Wrentrinegrb faceting ihI Chicago ReriCtH Thomas said qIfi1yching and burning is noratopped by the constituted authorities then I say to every T black man go seiiyour coat and bnyja gun Another frenzied spekeryida Wells Barnett saidj irewhite men are our friends l them owjt by giving us Iitis for us to arrnjfc ourselves If you dont j things will go oft uutll some day the wm be rirsdf b1ocidt1ow ing brfThis sort of talk does no good It does not intimidate anybody andjft will cnly excite and in aui the passions of a few badt t negrgestov ad something forI whicn they 4will certainly be punished Sjich utterances are- inJr defense of rape Jends andlah encouraement for their deXllishness than for the good of society Ftiejfailure of the Northern pressjndmn them s a s iou un erETown ews LI It oItNrkltj le 4Hrrodsbnrg has discovered a pbePpni J baseball pitcher inI thejgerttMof Garnett Brown a young Washington county boy whow htfrnlM3rinsMackvine He bas pitlidJ some remarkable Jigames 6ne or which occurred a tj4 Dan le thisonthe Fourth Of g rata dispatsfcjto the Courier Joumalays Hqlodsbursrand 1D4jIIo celebrated the Fourth of Joly with thiS most remarkable tl Kanf bfcBSs 5alliaover witnessed hereof Danville scored six runs n It11tr9pe3aubn tWitarebthe woods anti let Indian captors him him to a tree for torture and he jcrouVl bondiWhenire bonds being woven every hour about the organs dependent on the stomach heart lungs liver kidneyset iXhe- 1lfolly of mankind is to passively submit boniIiithnoeffortrouses fear JDft Pierce Golden Medical Discovery cra jdiieMes oC the Htomach and other 1trcareaaeyraMer organsr wuca tU6ldf Met M iti of tern the case have thai erigia ia the iHMMed atoauch Fqr a WI Ucl AlIdmrJJeaR w 94 wu terM k4ty trouble ad hadnQ1tppdc t1d GeWn rZlIo id tr1 y itc took tic WtUa if Giden Medical te HkU4 ctl11kC1 etb S 1etinati Qbas3r 1 Inlolvent Williams Ttit 1 Insolvent Bays Joe 1 Insolvent Hays John 1 Insolvent Miller Dick 1J ilnsolvexit Tayor Jim 1 Insolvent s SPRINGFIELD NO 8 Adams Torn 1 Insolventl Adams George Insolvent Barber Bill 1 Insolvent Burnett Jim 1 Insolvent Baker Lige Insolvent Buckman Louis 1 Insolvent Brady Pat I Insolvent Coleman Sam Insolvent Clements Dan Insolvent Cocanougher Sam 1 Insolvent Davisop Henry 1 Insolvent Duncan Green Dead Duncan Dennis Insolvent Davison Singleton Insolvent Easter Jack 1 Insolvent Edelen Tom i Insolvent Edelen Len 1 Insolvent Edel n Joe Insolvent Edelen Will 1 Insolvent Easter George Insolvent Froman Mat 1 Insolvent Goode Sam Insolvent Goatley Ben 1 Insolvent Goatley Jim Insolvent Goodloe Hez Insolvent Garten John Insolvtnt Harber Tom Insolvent Hardin John I Insolvent InsolventHarber InsolventKeyLogan John Insolvent Lusco Dominic Dead McElroy John Insolvent Mayes John Insolvent Mickens Clel Insolvent Montgomery Joe Insolvent Mclntire Joe I Insolvent InsolveniMcElro3 DeadPaddockInsolventPetersInsolventPetersInsolventRayInsolventRayRue fr Lee Insolven Spalding Lige 1 Insolvent in the fourth and fifth innugps on Aftertthatrun by IHbuchin From that on to theo sixteenth muing iit was a battle roja neither side scoring agaio Garnett Brown the Harrodsburg grade school pitcher allowed D tnvfl1e but thrre hits and After11hred arknessaAccident Near BIoomfkIiA serious accident occurred near Bloomfield last Monday Mr Porter huckster was on his way from the liter pace to Booker with a heavily loaded wagon drawn by five horses In crossing a bridge on the Springfield pike two mil s from Bloom fluid the team in some manner swerved the vehicle too near the edge of the structure One of tthe sills broke and the bridge went down taking the wagon with it a distance of twentyfive feet The horses were also drawn down and one of the animals was seriously injured The slighllytdamaged but the driver escaped with a few bruises The bridge which wi s considerably wr ckec has beep r paired Standard Only A Joke What appeared to be a practi cd joke says the Louisville Tunes was perperated on seve ral of the leading educators and college officials of Kentucky in Cincinnati one day this week Everyone of the educators and officials had gone to the city in response to a letter in which they were advised that Andrew Carnegie the multimillionaire phi anihropist had set aside large sum of money to be de voted 10 the advancement or edu cational interests in toe State of Kentucky and thu a good portion of this sum was to be given to the various colleges of the Suite The letter was signed by the name Frankand the per ions addressed were requested to call for him at tre Grand Hotel Tuesdvy at noon The letter was addressed to the presidents of the colleges and these were urged to bring with them the trusees and attorneys of the institutions over which they pre sided Along about noon it dawned upon some of those who had bitten that they were vie tims of a practical joUe and the tip was quietly sent around that there was DO such person as Mr Frank AFarce Judge Red wines refusal to vacate the behce in the special term of the Breathitt county Cir Lcuit Court called for July 20tb has again subjected himself tto the criticism of the press and Aroused a suspicion in the minds of the people that he is under Hargisitserve as Sheritt the special tern wU be a farce With Redwine and Callahan qiatinsJL thai is needed r tocompletotbe jobsis tt o le JudgaRaris seeettiiE lurvETownNews KcI DypopuiaGcI J Mti1jiti iif MillIOld fashioned Hand While on professional businessII in a remo epartof the ofEf st rn Kentucky Judge III raniupoal Bible Tw grinding at the rail and most likely 150 years off ago He bought the mill and now bus it in Mlt Sterling and thinks of sending it to the Wolds Fair atStLtds Ihe lady from whom ho bought the mill was about eighty years old nd she said rot it from herS i hrlinher car and attention to him ROY STONE GOOD I has so yrar for road of roads1 Is u convert is stilt improve the Ston uus of m nuvciopei lpEhrtlternCl esttrv Knvelopca to be fllIlllI modern but Birch manuscripts In the British museum No 4131 ltd there a letter from Martin Trlewnld to Sir linns SocUliolni April 24 Inelo d un ordiuary envelope which Is opened out IIlItlI mounted tile end of the letter Notes QueriesIIr dogs could speak they would have rometlilnj say about tool names that women give them u New York Mall and ExpressI Slave To forphlc DoctorlsOrders Habit Than Disease Dr Miles Nervine Cured beenShd1tinc it to and normal I feel so grateful for lctivityIctorative Nervine has must tell it for that part of humanity that CJrfImorphineToelfas it wis the only thing that would jive case and now you who point with scorn at morphine using how could you when in thintthata terrible habit and knew of its deadly 1tJnumberofmonthsOhsiguificancehabit I tesolved and there to it and resolved I would never be a slave any demon About this time I happened to adTertiledofCusinepersons Ifeel1ufferineMATrJE PHILLIPS Prescott Ark botrtiebn Nervous and Jlearr Diseases ddresj jDr r MiIesMjElklsarcind always on duty A Food for Tighten lilt may Interest you to learn Torco Is served at several times IlABBT W BllOWS W10 The trill was in the garrett and had been doing the grinding ttio family and ceighborhood and no doubt had crushed many bushels of corn for the famous moonshine still The lady from whom tle Judge bought the milt was a little bit shy about telmjr too mucli of its history and doubtless suspected Judge Me Kee or being a revenue cfficer The mill was evidently liuide in the Eight entii century snd been seen in its primitivt suite on application to ludjre M Ke- eIMt Srerling Advot ae OA S IX 0BZaBears Bignatnre ef Hayions Drn tore Will Buy It Eac You assumo no risk when you tiny Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Haydoii iri g store will refund your money Ifyou are out satisfied after usinj it jit i everywhere admitted to be the most successful remedy in use for bowel complaints and only out that never fails It is pleasant lte reliable GENERAL FATHER OF ROADS IN HIS AUTOMOBILE Gcncnil Stone who spoilt many working pixxl that he has oallftl he father good to auto njobllltni and working to lilgliwnys cif ill counlry Jeiv erul io wnr days one the httus of Jttybbur In nre siipposed In the Some diie 1735 in nt and to the From Worse the Me my was then quit to such that for can the and THE OLD FIRE HOrfSE- Iutlictlc Eliding to III Drilllnnt nnl GlorluuH tirorPf- lmt rtory ofn vttcrun IiI hnrse Unit was iisnliird mull foiul 1 way lr tlc stivit IrMliill dliirtliflt Ill I1Iy Powell1 Ford In Mown Mm The author says this lafmm uMeript oil II S 0i7 Olii Ids k tllIIlIaiII forty poil sin lo Lanus with tiriv pioit of oativiis us a hl1Iklt They hovkrtl lini to iin Iron dump tiirt and wiih a laQ nhsl whip they halid him fintil nt r o a in to tsgiii the lii loriMis Wiiin of riinovii tOfslt from the city st rtl- IrhIfs you think Old Silver could not fffl the lisree till iKHoininy of it i11 Coilil yoi have seen the lower 11 head tin limp iinn S tall lulled Vis the dispirileil nay of his quar ters you would have thought tIthe ontiy It H one thins to jump n hook lailler trurk ri Iroadway to the re lief of a lire threat lied blork and luite aiimlor p huinhly tloii eiiiti fnni rsi au to ash can How Silver did hate hoot ciins llncli one slmild have lnen for him n signal to stop Hut It was tint In consequence he was yanked to a halt every two minutes Sometimes ho would crime IsIs tack uid look mournfully around at the uu itg which he had come to un derstand was the cause of till his OIls cry There would Into his great UlllallchoIJIcity on the Hues and used hij wulp us If it had been a Call To another horse iinusid to anything better life would not have seemed tormen the comradeship of bjs fellow workers It1 was like n ba5 dream Hud he not lost his caste Ex press and dray horses the very ones that had once scurried Into side streets at sound of his hoots now Insolently crowded him to the curb When lie had lbeen on the tire truck Silver had yield ed the right of way to none he hind held his head high now he dodged and waited he wore a blind bridle and he wished neither to see uteaeet3- c4 Jim Dumps on Independence Day Said Englandssway t I independence lets Irrnow indigestions tyrant snare shake off this despot grim Twas Force that freed your Sunny Jim being breakfast RegIment I ctln IlIiItn sightly declare Q6e o ETWSuil CA 7EE7 01 Q j Cy HU3Y COUfLA 1SSt eopuroif 1ce aj T Jld1ure- d O Oc eoo3Ge Forrest liar wind walked ilmlcgsly throiiih the arch way of tre latHi to IiOlt home Those twowcelis olf his HUiiiier holiday had lecti hipply thielittO happily for rowioi till last nighr It all setniwl like n dream here had been an awukviilm Why ho asked himself had he been blind to the harvest he was reaping for himself All the days he hnd spent telling lloth Knox of tile lifw in New Vork were now to Forrest llarwood as so many stones added to the obstacle impeding his lifes happiness And with what a different purpose he hut rehted all the pleasajit little happen ing in the literary orlelIII hs world The hope that she should learn to see it through Ids eyes hIts prompted all the prettily told incidents Little did he know then of am bition he was creating withfu Beths breast to be of that world not merely in it Win he hall asked ier on that last niglvi to come with 3Jii to live with him in his vorld to help him climb still higher on the ladder he hallI chosen she told him gently but IlrmlyI iin Shut would have a carec she would write le tome lIIIJ And solt was that Fornst Ifarwocd returned to his desk conscious that he all unintentionally jKule an am woman of his little playmateIhall felt that she had loved hUt but heI had spoiled all that She vouM have Iice career and he would tjtke up the where he hind left itwith noI Beth i IThe little blue missives from the home town were tilled with enthusiasm for the new work More and more cti ambitious woman and less of the little Beth peeped out from petwcen the lines Hut Forrest was unite the less cagor to search through h great JlltNI t ninth for the coveted letters They COllie at nvuLir intervals each olio laying the foundations for big J t4j till lIIUTOIt AM tliZ LI iLe crony luSeverallute envclopV had added tojlhe nitnbtr of letters on till editors desk when 010 mornln hmestailiuth thrmgh that heap of manuscrlptd nothing Lui Ills eye UlttI Disappointment was his first I hon then his heart bcpran to cat taster for Ling white commiiiplacc iking envelope with a familiar liaid Tiling rico it stared hlui hte tthe lace He tore It open nervously had bguii her ciircr orIeuiiiltigread anti reicul the lit Co story 111- he thought it Is good It is well told It Is well mirth faluting A realization of till fart that lirths story vas food toor her farthir and farther from lorrst He read it Urias he Iliiinlud the laM pajje a light dawned on Isle face dleltatedwhat friendly letter to Beth He tolUi Jet the stOl1 was not bud yet it wast not available for publication lie 1Irained from Inclosing the usual printed slIp he said Tearing that it might dls courage her IIe would keep mnnu script and site could If she drsjred submit othersj to him for his criticism When the letter was signed the edIt r wore a morel hopeful expression than hind been on hl9 face since his return uUhnPIJ11nessAfter that his letters were nlwaydier tated to her Less and less l was suggested In them and mare tbe- clltlcat edItor Ctn by one her niHnii scripts came to him and one byjone they were folded dud placed InNthe drawer rescTed for them Each pne brought back to Beth h letter Baling there was an Improvement but that they were still unavailable Tlie BtorlgjT catiuj trequcntly for J n =tiu iu3 una tji t i iLlets came to Forrest rh uianuacrlpta were better than any he was printing monthly In bis magazine bnt ht mustt vain htemtd He was apt a u editor In this each TIP was a determined wooer Fewer stcrles find more blue Irtterat It to arrive Trovi the lltle home own iuld tie r nVw ou the Jlneff tliKcbnnitrciuctii was dawning In Beths heart It win with difflpulty that tile editor kept within the limits of New York when each letter now said plainly I am tired of my career But he would waUIOUP day an tnkaMo style arrived at the office was her tirst attempt at editorial writ trig but It was a success Women an Oarirs It was htadd and It deal harsly with the voinan who gives the oppcrtimitles to possess a houit and husband for a career especially f literary career A woman the edl torlal stated is not Intended for ca rccviti but to help man In lila If it hind not been fur tljc picture of a probably tear stained little fieo some miles from New York and ii t jected little figure Editor Harwood would have laughed at tic strenuouh manuar In which the editorial was written As It was he closed his desk early that evening giving orders that he would not be at the oillce for a day or two lIe also sent to the printers be fore leaving the olive the first of a se rica of short stories to be published In the magazine Beth he said when he had held her hand In greeting longer titan was al solutely necessary for an editor to hold his contributors hand the edlto rial on Women and Careers wns so fcod had to come and tell you about k IA pretty pink suffused Beths check as sin drew her hound away Did you know wrote it Forrest site asked Yis he answered possessing him self again of tier hand But Beth have you not changed your views since Itt summer lie looked into her eyes KcritlIzngly Ys Forrest Im so tired and dls Cvuragod cant write aiiyway reth did hot seem to mInd when he tool hr other hand and gently drew IKT head onto his breast But teuiorse mingled with his pleasure Little girl he said after awhile could you forgive me If I confessed iuuiethuItglt wild had purposely ivfusjd to publish your manuscripts because wanted o discourage you If told you they are nil good anti that the llrst of the serIes line already gone to the printerrcould you forgive me dcarV lIt Ijoktd down at her anx iously And nth decided to have a husband as well as a career An Independent Lnxxlc- In front ofml confectioners shop In Paris there used to sit a woman with two wooden legs She sbld pictures and songs and played well on the vIe tt1ItateIUlerdyIstreet nearly cvery day he never pass ed without giving her something Sfle knew him antI yeas also aware of his pecuniary embarrassments antI lib political ambitions One evening she said to him Monsieur I want to say a word to Say It mnuidamneIThey tell me that you ore a good deal cramped Just now I have at myI house a comfortable sum which Is earning nothing Let me offer It to you You will return the favor when you ore emperor Prince Louis did not accept the mon ey hut he did not forget the klmnss ned when he became emperor be offer ed her a small annuity The woman was as independent as sIte was goner jkou Say to the emperor she ro turned that It is exceedingly good of him to remember me but I cannot ac cept his offer If la hud accepted lulno wont say what might have happened but as It no The Coat of Clothe In Rcxila Ii rung Inhabitants of the earth win wear practically no clothes at till costume of the average Kusshin musts the least Ten rubles or about 750 will clothe a citizen of tile ciirs realm while the womans costume will cost less than S3 Till mans costume consists of coarsa cotton trousers tucked Into boots of lIudIt caftan bound around with a sash cow pdlj the drees- IThe women wear a sarafan or long petticoat which Is held up by straps running over the shoulders n chemise with sleeves to the elbow a kerchief over thfe bend apd a pair of shoes Stockings are sometimes worn but rior frequently the legs feet aro Kund with strips of cotton or linen cloth For outdoor wear a quilted Jack etl or long cloak Is The simplicity and cheapness of tho dross are not due to any lack of vanity hut to the poor circumstances uuder which the majority of the Russian Ie Paines Celery- Compound Permanently Cures Sick and Nervous Headaches that Make Life Miserable Sick and nervous headaches arc Amongst the worst ills d lile The man or Vpman who is subject to headache at irregular intervals Rots through life hearing a load of misery end wretchedness that is terrible to think of Icadachcs as a rule result from a ordered condition of the nervous system bodilyIialicuc debilitated whole nervous system is weak cued headaches result If the liver is luggish the kidneys Inactive and digestion deranged headache invariably follow To cure and prevent headache the nervous sys im must be strengthened and vitalized Hie must pertinent cases of headache nervous feebleness anti decplcssness are permanently cured j Paines Celery Compound it Is the irent rcconstntctant t the nervous system Mrs Henry Wcstrick St Clair Mich tells of her release from as foUowsI I have been troubled with d spcpsia and sick headache for a number of years About every wcvc I would loire ba4 pen Jrsick headache but sinre I began using Painfs Celery Compound my dypepsia is gone and I do not have any Ore headaches l feet better than I have foryears j J j Ro Need Solllns the Hands with DIAMOND DCTS riircand Dye aro easy lad plcanljr tq H 1de for home economy never dUtppoIut DIrctllon Ok and dyt3 iiinple tree u flit = JIi i The Kind You Have Always Bought and wklck fillias been Hiado under his pox 4rand supervision since Its infancy Allownoontftodecetvoyoainthte rAll Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are bat Experiments that trifle with and endanger tbe healtb of Infants mid Cblldren Experience against Experiment What Is CASTOR1A TjCastorio is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil pargone Drop and Soothing Syrupa It is Pleaaswt Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Karcotia substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fcverisliness It cures Diarrhoea and WbaC Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipatle encl Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the t aImTheGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Signature of Q PT ctfThe Kind You Have JShajslouif In Use For Over 30 Years The coPsHv rr arias ityoi say eat Aiica tbe IociIMrs KCIISOIIS clock nfter having lppt oscflleiit time for several years suddenly stopped After trying for some time to make It go size removed It from its shelf aud sent It toa clock repairer Madam he said after Inspecting Is this clock kept In a damp room No site replied We keel It In the driest room In the house tlaa it ever hind a fall Into a tub of water or anything of that sort fWellNeverC It Its works are n8 rusty as If It had been yearIsaid of that clock that we always keep our Inlso muriatic and sulphuric add Inside of It where we know they will never be touched Then the jeweler understood Youths Companion j Sixteenth Century London It Is a mistake to iiujfcluu that the sixteenthIlivelyIpresentjof the highest rank wjs almost Ihvarl- ably made of broadcloth of a sober l or occasionally enlivened with velvet nun smart ribbons It was only on tate occasions or festivities parties balls nUll public entertainments that 41e gay silks and velvety and the cloth ot gold wore exhibited and It must remembered that so costly were the cmjnot infrequently parents left their best clothes by will to their favorite cull lIcyiIj IOld Cnniiral Pictures of1TtirluuhtmhIioii sers of comical econes In the llrst place a liou n crocodile and hjtrntt dressed armed an4 sceptorrd like n pharaoh With majestic swagger ho byinacts as proud conductor A lion nUll gazLlli playing at checkers ft hip popotauius U perched In a high tree antI a horse has climbed Into the tret and U trying to dislodge him The Mean IIHcht of Laud ubopletI Bcograjilnrs Is feet The mean depth of the 00011 U 12480 feet Only enIfathoms while 77 per cent Hw be tween roo ami 3000 fathoms If the land were tilled Into tbe hollows of the seas water would toll over the earths crust to a uniform depth o- tto t miles IIt you were a woman fiR1ll the bachelor girl who wns entertaining a caller Id show you my new frock but as you arc n man Ill show the slippers that go with It Ii Miss ITeainrcroiilao I East End Art Club IDrootdn toIwives mothen and dtughttn pnd they would observe results theywould find that the doctors prescriptions dOJ t perform the many cures they ire jlvta credit for litIa rrt rtitHntt with mydruggisthe vised McElrtes Wine of Cardul and Thed Jrwtunlife opened 1Ptfo me with restored health end It only took thrct jnpnths locure roe Wine of Gardui iis a rcjnlaorof the menstrual functions aturlus a most tonishing tonic for women It cures scanty suppressed too frtqutnt irreg ular and pamfu menstruation falling of the w mnbuhitesnad flooding It- is helpful napproaching woman ooddui19rJ pregnancy 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