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chttfches as a result de scribes the methods of Mt Gales as follows No unusual means were used singingi prayer preaching and personal talk with those interested Those con eerned were asked to let them selves be knoffn By raising their hand standing going forward and by remaining until after meeting Gods word and the Lord Jesus tbriweye Leld up and honored h joint letter itoni the pastors or tfw variutta church of Lex i uiunVa states that We re Hard Mr Galei as a Christian gentleman an efficient preacher nf thel goapol to the masses a scripIGods son Guds spirit and Gods word We cordially commend Mr Gales to the respect and cotifuienc of the Lords people callihimtnat the aodiences attending the Gales meetings at Colnmbian Hall have never betn equaled except by those at the Bodly wagon works to hear Rev San T Jones Tne Nashville Amencan gives Lengthy extracts from Mr Gales sermor on The wages of sin ij deatb3td says the Auditorium had its full seating capacity aIken aptBnd the gallery was tially filled Alt should avail themselves of this opportunity to hear this distinguished man THEY CIME The negro STILL still comes and on last Sunday this nuisance was again deoidedlv in our midst A trainload of the ritraff of the colored population of Louis ville Bardstown and way sta tions was emptied on our quiet and peaceful village until it reI sembled more a tough precinct of a city on an election day than a respectable town on a sabbath day I dont suppose there is any known process oi law by which the railroads can be made to stop dumping an obnoxious crowd on any town or community so long as it pays but it does seem that there sbould be some course which a town could take lor protection against sub a nuisance It is very well for excursions to be run from small er towns to Lou fvile or some largo city The cities are large enough and cnn stand it but for a quiet village to be over run by a uoy and drunken crowd on Sunday is an evil which should not be tolerated 4T FALL sRORTI heard a THEY I known young man about town whose appetite for ice cream and calte proverbial JOt the con n try around registeriLg otherlldaypi 5e cHurch and charityi sap r 4 f pers they have about the neigh borhood occasionally He de dared be had attended two or three of these affairs recently with a well whetted appetite and plenty of money to spend onC himself and his girl for some ofI the good things to eat which were announced On each oc casion however he was told that he was just too iate that everything i had given out ItOur young friend says that there were dozens of others disappointed as was he and that many aI dollar was there to bjrn in the boys pockets which might have gone to help charity had the women managers monagad properly and not run short on ice cream TRADING A gentleman HOUSE bad been to Frankfort was talking to some members of the Sidewalk Ulub the other day about how theVl trade horses on County Court day at our State capital He says that a street known as Jockey Row where they can congregate and do their trading and that at the end of that street there is a post which in put there for rather a peculiar purpose It seems that when a fellow gets a horse which he has almost despaired getting rid of he takes him and hitches him to that post and any fellow who comes along with a horse he thinks is a worse specimen he has the privilege of taking the one at the post and leaving bis own In this way it is saidthat come big trades are made It would be a good scheme to put into effect iu this town on County Court day it FANS WILL FOLLOW Thoy do thnt a large crowd of fansS will follow Cohe Spring field ball club to Caaipbcllsvilie next Saturday to soo tho great game at that place aud do the rooting for pur toys Parties of ladies and metind boys and girls and bid and young and rich and poor are being made up to go and if wo dont win it will not be because the rooter has not done his duty The club by the way is trying to get r game from Danville or Harrods burg and several good games on the local giounds may be looked for before the season closes Free 1hl Rend ymrr adrtresi to II E Burklen A Co Chicago and Kt n frtf tminplo box of Dr Kings Now Lift Pills A trial will convince you of lht ir incritK noIIRrSltularlylilt and Kirk Hoadacbu Fur mnluri nud liver troutHCtI they huvoboeu proocl invaluable Thoy aro Runnmtftcd to he porfcctly free from nny dolitterioiiM sub Htanco and lo purely III11tflY do not wciiken by their net ion but bv hOWCIl1grcltlysize 2Sr jjer box told by llnyihm itLjrtstn Cure For Seandul Here is a cure fur terrible dis order of the mouth commonly call ed scandal which we recommend those afflicted aa being infallible It ia not supposed that any ofour readers are bothered with This dis ease but perhaps they know some ono who iis and by passing it around maybe bedeficial to some suffering ouITakeofgoodnature one ounce ofa herb called by the Indians mind your business one ounce mix these with a little charity for others and two or three SIll igs of keep your tongue Ljetwoen your teeth Application The synptoms are a violent itching 6f the tongue arid the roof of the mouth which invariably takes place while you are in company ot a specie of ani malscalled cossipp when you feel afit of it coming on take a spoonfulS l of tho m xture held it in your mouth which you will keep closely shut till you get home and you will find a complete cure Should you apprehend ri lapse keep n small bottle about y uf ind pn the sligtest t symptoms repeat the doseEx Tho enormous sales of Sutherland Kaglo Eye Salvo Ia evidence dtCtio dorfal merlin of valuable olntmonff wonr 19rct T WITH OUR FARMERS Notices stock seed or grain wanted or for sale or exchange inserted in this col umn or ciuiiug Ponnnrs arc re quested to send in stock or crop items mblicatlonS torI Tobacco Is ripening three or fourI Weeks earlier this season than usual Louis Rogers on C R Grundys place is tho first we have heard from to cut this season iiit t The heat lost week has boon the greatest of the season and very op pressive to every industry and some what damaging to crops pastures etc It rose from the maximum of 96 doI grees on Sunday to about 99 degrees on Thursday i t i Groat clouds of grasshoppers almost hid the sun as thoy passed over parts of Nebraska last Sunday Very few of thorn alighted and it hoped they will do no great damage to crops Thoy wore pausing towards the east The last scourge of hoppers occurred in 1871 but they ovme earlier that year than they do now t t A commission firm at Fort Worth Tex has recently completed acanvas of Texas and Indian Territory for the number of feeding steers held for sale and consisting of threes fours and fives It makes the total this year 9S6f5 against 129896 in 895a falling off of 31841 t t t As we predicted a few1 weeks since of the breeding owe trade this fall recent sales at 8250 to S26 per head and a good demand shows wo weao coraot Tho great prospect for corn will certainly influene favorably the 8oonILexinhrto PJ08per1O1Sdiscovered an infallible euro for hog cholera Several of his hogs were sick and some bad died with the dis ease Placing tht sick ones in n lot he began chasing them with his dog and kept it up at intevals for several hours heating the porkers almost to the melting Btago Allowing a brief rest the dose was repeated and the effect was magical every one of the hogs getting well i t The combine of the tobacco warehouses of Louisville baa been consum atod and will bogin operations about September Tho stock has been placed at 1600000 ot which 600000 is preferred and has ben sold The 91009000 of common Stock has been token by tho warehousemen Twelve houses are included in the deal four refusing to go in The real estato of the concern is valued at 400000 Henry Glover will be made president and a manager will be elected by the directors for each house The follow ing ware houses are represented in tbv combine Louisville Ninth Street Grow rs Farmers Eagle Painters Owen Central Brown Enterprise Green River Falls City The deal in volves about 1000000 Your Hoy Wont Live a Month KoMr ihnun Brown of 14 Mill St Sonth U nliier wun tohl by the clo tM1 lliHHiihml Uinjr Inniblc fol tuwlnj typlmltl inaliinii uud ho punt f37wrth dotftnm who finally giive him lip ay ing Your boy wont llvo n mouth lie ned lIr Kings Nnw lli n verv nod n few llIult4 roxtorctl dill to health und ennbled him to to work pcteetly well loan IIn says ho hi prrwut good hualth to the of Or Kingi Now Discovery anti kiiowK it to IK tint lsst tho world for lung trouhle Trial bottles free lit JItclOI Roicrt son Dr1gi4t CutUps Coor Fodder Tho Maine station compared the veins ofchopped Dud uncbopped bay for cows and found naovdcn o that tho chopping had any effect Cutting corn stover was found advantageous at the Wisconsin station The Indiana station found that steers mndo bettor gains on cut than on uncut clover hay In reference to cat ting coarse fodder Professor Henry says There should be a good feed cutter on every dairy farm useful for silo filling In tho fall and fur chaffing feed in thoI winter All cornstalks should bo put through this machine for tbon they arc In better condition for feeding and tho coarser portions left uneaten Pare in good form for bcdding and the manure heap Long corustoJks frro a nuisance in the feeding manger worthless for bedding and troublesome in tho manure pile Many farmers find difficulty in feeding cut cornstalks since sometimes tho cows refuse to cat them In a few cases we have found that the sharp ends of the cornstalks when cut certain lengths jsjure tho mouths of the cow Wizen they aro not well eaten tho cause is often- dneto I oTorfepding or endeavoring to have tho cows live on too limited ava riety of foods Keep thdmaogers cnn Iud feed the cut fodder with care llJc 11 usually very little will bo left overnnd that only the coarsest portion Experi meuts at the Wisconsin station show that with t1Q variptles ot corn fodder raised there much moro of tho cut stalks will be aten thaiv i fed uncut wader cOq 1 co1- i = CORRESPONDENCE SHHRPSMILLE J- From Onr Regular Correspondent The Rev John Adkins immersed twentysix converts here last Fri dayDan Sutherland andMillon Mur l hyuf Chaplin were here last week buying hogs They secured 65 headat from S325 to 450 per head Wm Ruby anti family wore visiting friend in this vicinity Saturday and Sunday I Attended the Washington coun ty Sunday School convention at Willisburg last Saturday Consid erable interest in the works was manifested by those present but the great trouble was that so manj schools were not represented J L Royalty and wife Win Lay and wife of Tablo Mercer county were with friends hero last Friday Elders Campbell and Graham dopeda protracted meeting at Sea ville last night Mrs Nancy Williams an aged lady diedat the residence of her sjn inlaw Wra Gillis near Fair view on the 23 inst and was interred there the next dy lpafic s Cannot Be Cured by locnl applications they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear Ihore is only ono way to euro deafness nod that is by eouHtitutiounl rouindiesv Dcafncsn in caused by nu inlliimcd condition of the UHicouH liuiiif of tho Eustachian tub When this tube gets inllnmed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing oiid when it entirely cliwid illItiammationnine cosos out of ten are caused by catarrh which is nothing hut nil iiilluntd con dition of mucous surfaces Wo will pivo One llumlriHl Dolnrs folInuynisoof deafness cHiiKed by that citunot by cured by hails Catarrh Cine SOlid for circulars free F J rilKNKY CO Toledo 0 rfold hy all clrtiggistm 7ik WILLISBURG From OarlR pular torrespono nt Miss Nannie Neal of Anderson county who hns been visiting Mr Hyatt has returned home John Mcllvoy has returned from Lincoln county Dr Luther Chcatham and fnmily of Louisville accompanied by Miss Maggie Shrader arc visjtipg their parents at this place T J Miller was in Louisville last week GB Hawkins is in Lawrqnce Lurg this week John Seay und P C Shewraaker were in Chm liu Sunday Archie Birch Assistant Superin- tendentt Bourbon Stock Yard Louisville iis visiting his parents at thispluco Mr JFr Miller of llillsboro will have a colt show at this place on September 6th tpdall are re quested to bring then colts on that jllay- Our farmers have commenced cutting tol1cco The rain did much damage to wheat in this section A fund is trying to be raised to builda new church at Glens CreekIt hUB at last been decided that our public school will commence on Mon day The Masonic fraternity will build a new hall soon Madamo Rumor speaks of a wed ding at this place soon The exact will bo given next week The assistant place in the public school hca usa1 a gr the schooll patrons at tlliramongI hoard of Dr Rolls Pine Tr Htonoy being for sale at tho jtoro of Mcwtrn Man Uurnctt tt Co UrauUburg lit and Booing ninny rocomm ndaUons from dlffercntt personal of its wonderful itlu botItJe25 years with n cough and pairs in my side and breast thnt were causing mo nI irifcrnbln life I sPent hundreds ofdol Inn with doctors and for m dklno but everything failed until I tried thiN wonderful remedy It beats the world and bos saved my IItel recommed Dr nell pfno Tar Jlonoy lo everybody with weak lungs lUls a great 8UCt sI111INeats T uMitivo for constipation jtfi Klmplo and safe for all ages unit soi r to take Bo sure nud Innlst on It utidtako feubstHu ji aOcHbottloai draEts S5ta5 MCINtlRE From Our Regular Correspondent Quito a number of our citizens ttcmled a picnic at Chicago Satur day All reported very good pic nic notwithstanding the sultry daS Corn crops are very good but wheat is not so good Outs have been greatly damaged by tho chintz bugs t Mrs Martha Glenscon of Cecil ville spent several dayj this week in this vicinitySMiss Effie Waters has been visit ing the family of B It Waters Mns Lou Hill is visiting the fan ily oi Jaa Fields at this writing Mr J P Strums t very compe tent carpenter cf this secJion iis Iding a house for Mr Farrell of Ilardins Creek Mrs Frank NlIlJWftS the guest of Mrs J B Hills Monday last Mr and Mrs J B Johnson ofI St Marys visited this IJlnsc SundayS We vere all sorry to lean of Mr Hob Sirams illness which Vc learn ed of throngh the NEWSLEADER Success to your paper We will write a longer letter next week EVALIXE If your eye sight is perfect dont road this unless you know of nhnie one who fins Ore eyes then you cnn do tliciu a favor by seeing ami tolling nnd lot do believing Ve do tho paying If itn not true Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve is n line creamy snow white nitmoat put up in airtight screW tap tubes and sold for 2oc by all deniers It is known throughout the land ns tho- ht8t and buickcst harmless euro for anv form nfsoro eyes or granulated lidI styes etc S ore of poojjio vistas that It has saved their oyo sight If it dont do what it is claimed wo tell the dealers to refund price Got thp grnuino branded Tho F Sutborlatid Medicine Co Paduculi Ky For sale by Ilaydon it llobortson Druggists THE COLD STORAGE BUSINESS IU Phenomenal DviopmentCoopeat- ive Cold StoRItO For Farmers Tho cold storage business is taking on immense proportions Its development in tho principal cities of the country has been nothing less than phenomenal of Into years And now cold storage ware house arc being erected at conntry shipping points In sonic cases thoy put up by the fanners themselves who organize cooporntivo stock companies and conduct the business on the samo general principle that is applied so sue cessfully in cooperative creameries The New England Homestead explains that most of these cold Storage plants In both city and country use chemical refrigeration or other artificial means of creating and maintaining low temper ature Wo understand that recent prog reM in this line makes it possible to build and equip a cold storage plant at comparatively reasonable cost Of coursd where the ice crop is as cured 10 expensive refrigerating ma chinery is required and in such local ties cold storage can bo provided in con nection with a neighborhood icehouse Tho fact that cold storage is coming into such extensive use in tho cities is tho best possible evidence that it goner ally pays to thus hold perishable products until they can to marketed to tho best advantage Now if this ii such a good thing for marketmcn cold storage can bo equally useful to farmers espe daily ns they can utilize its advantage by tho cooperative method Almost auy fanner can have n fruit retarding house built onn side hill Vrbich does not rooI quire fcc anti a email cold storage room should bo a feature of every form or homo icehouse IDeet Spraying 1II1ztareIOf numerous solution powders that have boon tested to determine thtir value ns provcntativcs of fnugiu nitfcs etc nono has been found pamI fihlab many qhlrtmntl as mixture and the ninuionincal solution of copper carbonare1 Of tho two prepa rations bort1ttUmixfnr has long been recognized as posscsaingthortost TnlnI able qualities and itisprobhbl moro generally used today than aut other fungicides combiucd On the Country Road Tho Nebraska irrigation fair at North Platte Oct 0 1Oi2 13 14 it 1890 promises tp be one of tho most impor tant meetings ever held in tho state Tho best machine for the conversion of corn into money is a well bred hog R At Waugh advlfos the practice of orchard wind breaks on tho prjviriesf and rocommouding osngo oraugo hCnlges and belts of honey locust alternated with Russian nlnlbcrrica Red ccdlUSI are also favored but precise choice dost feudS on miX situation and cireum stnuce Alfalfa is nfl unsafa pastavafar allsruminating animals Sheep as weH U cattle in tIm wm way and fcc the lhtfldRngcrThe Acme apricot If alsc ea1le1 Sbfcuso It is a TarietysaiuV tohnvd been brought front uoxthrairehuiai by ta returned missiouory by ainigixett to rofcsaor J L Dodd of Iowa Many farmers lit Kansas and Oflfp lioma report that they have gfovM fturf gmHflfjgsnccCssI times made that the grain Jcqunl to corn ns afpod It 1ou1dbe grounto lotaitiifeu 4 t li ill Ji t vr I 1Ifw 1rJ I rr tct J l aIt1 i TIIFEJVIJFADEKAaYJ r 7A1iiiiimaxccier Ono o the most remarkable natonl dLovsredinA t lii too southcatoornfoZBqwn 00JUl fyi IniL l IJlSVfUc ItIsacavevoaaJaontholainio Billy 1orcj vrkvvAt jIts entricb which iIs cotaplcfclyV overlapiK11bito tiiN cold air U plainly WrcsplibloL Tho opening 14g pears npto UkoainiberiaftJofagdis4 used btaty ie steep rbciy dcscbnt shows nothing of an artificial ooustn tionJ The winding way lleads toV cavern Jwhich id llyliO feet below the surface This is likeAhroadrtfcifltea corriaont and is known to the ftatiVcaiw tkq Devf 4artmenttj5point quite a htuhtar of hallS itatlcfTi in S confusing niatum hat the ODete the ice vault is evident from the cold blast which cornea Jrom lIt i Iho descent In thlsnahiral corridor is similar to tberockydee1inot tbo cni trance of jho lave irat not orer a dozed yards wiUHn the iice iis plainly visible + and father on it iithick ou fell rideltlike the crust that U formed on thor pipes oi an Ito plant Alittlo1atherSon the descent entirely ceases and heroi the walls are frozen hard Ute the ground itt4h middle of the winter Then lIo narrow vrnj lehflS fiit6Q wam + inoth chamber known asXthb ice vanltr This extends fully 100 feet The lea wttowers in a miniature mountain It ttauds in n Eolid sa itendiug own tward to a depth which itwould be folly to con jcctare Cincinnati Enquirer liaised Two tim rfllfc J tTwo dollar bills that hate l cbralsctimIinto fives are being circulated In thlaf v part of tho country1iItntm The Work is very clumsily done and would pdt pass minute inspection Bnt in a rush they can bo worked oft tar f5 wprthoff 1goods Tho notes are tho diver eer tIli4- cthS wflh the picture or WUinmWID flora in the center Tho SignrO2 in each corner has been changed to 6 Thei wordrtWf7 silver dollars bXJVBtroke 6f tim peri and It JUtiff afcyflitfy Sde jttf read five silver doUarslrwho had cnorgeof t bo eubtreasnry wfa le t j his chief ia in Chicago caya that thers area good inany nqtwinoajtof the iH deacyibed AflaitnjIEes are El able according to their original value Recently a t bUt which had been raised to 00 waa presented at iho sub e treasury and redeemed fozs5iilnote is retained fox cjthibiti fhiwork upon it Is well don ltte words one hundred dollar the figures ioo iifl4 the I Hcr uOItbQing aII I neatly cxecotcd Tbo bill Is bnebf tho ol4 fashioned national batik notes withs a picture of the U Landing of Colum bus on tbo back and on IndlanlICCnoi j in one corner of this taco of the blJlZf ft Philadelphia Inquirer J tTatntDoln Toaqajta- uLettert from Hatioi gfVo a erf 1 gloomy account of the state of iamino prevailing throughout tlx northern dis rtri ts of Tonquin Imrtogthe last siS months tfter ha4 barmlynty rlco in the popu1ou5innlSOnphnbtoe and1 the people hUTfrlwn scllinythoirttocJcr for any pricolh ycould etMfitjrder to1 peasantS tban89such fleldi are nnd6rcJtISition buttSattack at4p1tindorMi1n tk jKnalJl towns XotwithsrandingVrllt i toauri deaths are reptddjfr absoletb eranation and woxdo lla expected there ileA been harresP rtaeart t in the northern part ofT tlt gat t Jflnh suffercdlu particttlarrifrstlrotti floods sad then from drought Acf local1 papers aro asking why the Preach as V thorities in face of these calamitios have not tena5tdbVgirf tl pnject ed railway ont e mbui sttdtv1i hM alone 00000 or 4000d pthtenf might ibe given employiucjcft His Wniputed that ronqt1IDWiU1iet iJiitbSOQd years torccover froiAthe etfeotsxifl this frino LondbriTime 51SA Nov1 Q feQw 14 q Christian AlnjerOldosfrc tHodrini driwald gntdes 8naweUth6wnlpAl pino climbers ecebrat c1lijaoldenwed- ding recently iaaHdvtl way Christiai tsM years of ago nndibbieWife7C AcV cojopnuied bylwo if thcirydungcfjBpus1 and by the Tillago dtBtra thc sturdy old1 couple made thohiit of the Wetter horn 12l60feet high Start ilit nV very early hour dn Sumlay jciiorninfr they reached the Wettorbcrijhiut in the evening theif safe nrrirjU there boiug InBde knowntb tuclri fSllcS tvillageM1 r bV a signal light tthlch shone ih Ire isponte the atonyi rockets finaty tboJiApathetic iHllagcrs below Here the W retcrnu climber rand their dbtapauioiis4 y passed thoilghtand8tartlli60onaftor Trendti iti jdmUificent j varot tlelid trgeR91cndU1 r auce Tnc dgedcounlj rotnrned safely 4 to OririSelVrttll on stoMdaydvciiing Exchange j Victoria S tQueen Victoria Isthonex i lIne of ali exciting dramnHiOTtr Ifeinu enacted fft If the lending Siairestf thcntfers In thiV she U about to bo married fnCeylou her cnpiml to the kJng Of Bia wherft monarch breaks off thomatblv np JuroTciigeihe queen invades hrscoati tryBlte is repulsed with groat lossfljv ofa hand to hand combat behvcou the t1ukQot GAmbriclge armed with J bnttllect and1 tJ tiiuacse fidricsSl and after an elku1stif4 fhemis Hi lrotadkngrmetrles the kImiofiamn- t d1itiitiIMN 4 St tie Iij PniI eptiiezter reports fbat 1ft ltd Waiccl wrtllutf hot6tapPJ zt dtylte jitLN eiieefof irosdpltthtlYaldof5 ordinary Iccrosene hnhl He sets ttl- sbcf ffcoft fIt bac1di1gc with lt t11 ectt of tM bitttlssi5J ilk f tFthe X ts iai Pc t tfJ ipnfXIW r calls thOTadUtfouVfafck pc4etiphotosfrapbj Murk Hghf rei 5 TsSS1S w Iw1 i 4 i t av 7 1 IJ ti V JIiJQoe z rNEF v N ew S L EA D1Rt v bi THE NEWSLEADER 1 r fHURSDAY AUG 6 1896 e E L PA11ON JR T TilE free tarnpito movement t isaguinbelnj pushed and the thepY ear 1 189tifioes out the good cit- izens of WasfclDgton county will t raycl over publcGroads freoand tho i famlfar toll gate will bs Jnumbered among tie things o Thu past The vote cn the Iro- 1iirnpikf questioni was taken last Jear and he majority of the tersof the cpantv were found iPito favor freetravel Tho neces aijyisteps have uotr been taken vt bolisttHlie toll gates however Viuadtho matter has just recently lr n t JteJup bV the county magistrates At a recent mpet agsa committee was appointed i iio confer wltn alLpwners of the II rCvariQUR turnpikes and get terms f ftaWreporii to the county au art ittJhoritios later It seems thatt turnIpichose stock is not practically allcontrolled by tbe county now iandit Is thought that very Biffiiulty will be httleI buying the remaining onI satisfactory terms r Free turnpikes will be a new expedient for this county ani we trust that the people who voted for the change will not- tt tied thatthey have acted unwise b IV Our roads under the present isystem are in good repair and and the ntyautnbrities should sea to it that no cause for com r plaint about roads arises under the new arrangements The sys rem of tree turnpikes as laid dawn by the law is 1 good oue tmdrtin reponaibility rests with the tspdnly authorities who shall seQ that the special1 tax paid by tBdbiUzen8ispropdrlyi expended COL THOS F BuLUTT a t fisundonoiiey advocate has challenged H H Smith and David Smith who are candidates for thel Democratic nomination for Congress from this district to a debate on the money question Both of the Smiths are free silv- ermedi Col Ballitt says he is anxious to meet one or both in debate on the financial issues of the day t THE First district Republican coriyentionat Princeton Dominated G P Thomai of Trig g x county for Congress Oapt Ed yI4arleyt the McKinley candidate dd not allow his name to bej presented but threw his vote to Anderson The result is a vic loryrVor garden Happyand the 1 radley faction f The Prew Drill Attho Iowa experiment station ad Joining plats were seeded to winter wheat and given similar treatment ex j v ccpt that one wasEcedcd wlthacomnion drill and ho other n press drilL Thrash ing returns showca that tho plat sedc with a press drill yielded at tho rate of 64MJ busbeln per acre while the com 1 mon drilled plat yielded only 44 bush els A similar test in 1894 gave a yield f t 48 bushels for tho pass drill and 30 tfor the common drill The press drill compacts the soil over tho seed tho moisture is rttairied and a moro vigorous plant results None sad Note departmoof nt v gt exportsfort g 3spas authoritythatplants rctaiuexl vitality to perfectly J con troll ho blight by proper usojpf bordeaux1 inixtnio Corn should be put in tho silo after the grain is glazed before there is much drying of tho leavc or stalk Oil of tar mixed half nd half with cottousccd oil re terypollantA car of watermelons is Bnpposod to fir 1000 melons but when tho melons ta small it Is jsosriblo to get 100 or 1300 melons in a car Pampas grass tsi properly Bpchking a grass which coders the pampas of South nowculsivatedder inomor Nut culture promlsesjto bo a recd g idzetl iuduBtry in this country within a r chestnuavocoait Cll rttuiture iabciugwiisidercd r Z SUiGESTIONS ON TILING tayt bS Off the LandSize of 11iDpth to Place Then ozpertencoPrairie Farmer First survey tho land to determine the amount of fall you can get Then jncas nro tho ditch and divide tho fall so that you will have it gradual for the satire distance of tho ilitch lftho piece to bo tiled is of any groat length told tho land very wet do nQiuse anything smaller tHcn a six inch Lilo at the outlet but ldimiuish tliofiizo gradually as you go up tho ditch however using nothing smaller than throe inch and not mttro than 10Q of them Thojsizo of thjan tile must be governed by tho amountof fall and the amount of water Put them down about throe feet deep plnnIfeet and establishthe fall in tho Bamo manner as yonywould the grading qfQ roadbed Tak a chalk line 00 fret Jqng and tioa gc a sharp peg to each end Stretch ydur lino tightly with the pegs Strike the ground firmly with it und then place the lion on the top of your grade pegs being sure to have it tight enough to keep it from sagging in tho middle save a gauge made of wood by M inches 5 feet long with an taw 18 inches long running at right angles with a mortice ut ono end for tho 2Mateofasten the arm at any place desired Then fret it high enough to reach from the line to tho bottom of the ditch and grade tho ditch from the lino In this manner you will not havo to go down in tho ditch tate Potato Blight Easily recognized symptoms of the late blight are The sudden blackening of largo patches in mature leaves arid a peculiar odor in the potato field tha- is given off by the decaying tissue of tho leaves It was formerly supposed that in order to have tho use of the bordeaux mixture in the potato field eucccssful the treatment mnst begin fore thorn was a general outbreak of the blight in tho field Experience at theI illdiIcatedwas a general of tho trouble that followed tho heavy rain on July 4 Rainy weather made it necessary to spray the vines three times during tbo first five days after the treatment began in order to keep them well covered with tho mixture During the remainder of tho ocason tho vines were sprayed four times With this treatment the blight did not injure tho crop appreciably Farm Crop In Manitoba At the Manitoba experiment farm nt Brandon rolling wheat proved advan tageous Wheat cut in the dough stage or one week before perfectly ripe yieldedl almost us much ta when allowed to riper thoroughly but cnj ting before tho dough stage Was mashed greatly reduced the yield Drilled wheat yicldexl moro tin that sown broadcast In a test rf 15 varieties of six rowed bafley Excelsior a beardless variety afforded the largest yield of flaxseed was practically identical whether 00 70 or 40 pounds of seed per aero were used Twentythree pounds of millet seed per acre affords a larger yield both of hay and of prain than was obtained when 46 pounds of seed were used- Sunflowers planted at distances of by feet yielded 18 200 pounds per ac of ripe heads With all roots tested early sowing provCtlluhanhgcous The Army Worm The army worm has made its appear ance iu a number of the central wtorn states These natural enemies usually litatIc extended injury to crops If however the worms are very numerous the migration from one field to another may be provcntedby constructing barrie as in tho case of chinch bugs Drop furrows with perpendicular sides boards set on edge with the upper edge auieured with tar plowing under infested crop and rolling have all proved efllaamong in certain instances and can all be tried with profit Much was expected of the various fungous diseases which hay been experimented with but up to date they havo not proved entirely sat isfire tory Spraying infested crops with lou don purple or paris green has been tri oil with good results but other methods should probably bo resorted to first Orongo JuddxFarmcr Hut dins a Silo iTho essential points in building a silo are To have tho yajls tjght enough to exclude hlr from the contuta to have the walls not only stroll but rigid to have sufficient depth SONfcct or more if possible there should be not more than about 5 squrac fret of fcodiug sir r largedr o cheaper the Htorng1 for each ton of silage the larger tho herd tthe moro cheaply ran silage l supplied to each animal Bulletin New York Sta tion Spraying With Part Oren There is n disposition everywhere iu spraying plants of nil sorts to use more poison than Is needed If onequarter pound of pnris green in 40 gallons is enough why use more It is sometimes claimed that these diluto mixtures arc TIlyImay not kill as quickly but they are loss costly and lira not hurtful to thoi plants besides Ix ing less likely to ntrectI the quality of tho lobs o Bulletin Kentucky Station Does Aparacut Neofl Salt 0A number of prominent horticultur ists have given throughJThc ftural Now Yorker their opinions on this subject the conscjiBus of which seems to be ti asparagus docs not need salt uud is not benefited by it materially Largo application do not injure it however may servo to keep down weeds Natural Hlntory Study There is an awful lot of humbug studyWhybe encouraged ou the simple statement that it is done for scientific What are scitmttflo purposes pnrposesI fuse to science is atiozan or two eggs made at the cost of half a hundred OruithoIornithological ficicnco which is killingI off all our birds beautiful ice song an plumage end which yields not a llama bl0 heal fit is inltlnsiou and a blIzmI EoBtpu H araJijV di t Greax Summer Clearance Sale At Prices vto Open the Pocketbook Here is what we have to offer Call end see the great est values ever offered for the money Mens Straw Hats We vet have a good supply of latest styles marked down 50 jper cent One lot Mens Dark Shirts in sizes 144 to 17 to close out at 15 cents each White and Neglige Shirts some of the best brands of shirts made 5 her cent of- fLARGE STOCK Mens Lightweight Pants Cot tonadE Worsteds and Allwool at a reduction of L5 per conk All Lightweight suits at C3 13 per cent off ShoestCome and see a nice smooth stylish solid well made show for 1114 J G MANSFIELD SONSI PADDOCK AND TRACK Cephas seems unbeatable on the Now England tracks Susie S 156 is dead Shown owned in Knropo Little Tobo 2I93a by Pamlico has come to life again The 8year old colt Thonxluo has out his record to 212 Direction 208x has been placed in Doha Splans stable Monroe Salisbury is going to sell his oJn ut Pleaaantou Cal The dam of Maud Elonah 219jy has been bred to Alolayona Gears considers Joe Patchot the hard drtrutnlied Bud has taken a pacing record of 212v His trotting murk is 2141 It begins to look oa if Jolm B Gen try would not be himcoif for reran time again Lockheart 2 3i is to be sbapni up for a cruck at Directnms workof 205 Minnie Patcheu by Mambrino Patch en in rice tho dean of four 220 per formers No trotter en fhpwestcrn trucks has raced more gamely and consistently than Eager 310 Robert J broko tho seasons race tw ord for pacers by his second heat in 305 at Elkhart Ind Electioneer has already added two new 220 trotters to his list Athona 218 find HUuna L94 Vassar 07 is ranking such an ex tended stud season at Hood form Low trainedrsthis year X Phenol by Jorwy Wilkes dam Ado line by Egbert plural herself second to Angie YOilm tho list of pacing morel by lice heat in E01yi at Joliet Ills rTEA COFFEE AND COCOA The gltuiugof tin is accomplished by the use of plumbago In the United States 20 sauces of ttare used cruet year to each inhnbituut Between 20000 and 000 pounds of ertssafras oil are annually made this countryIn cocoa for use the seed ore roasted like cuffed thou ground pounded The tea plant growa best on hill elopes where the wjilllS not too uteri tive of moisture During the early yours of European intercourse with the rat tins Dutch sou large jnintiti of lingo leaves to thbt It9 be exchanged for tia Tho use of ootTe as n beverage is be liored to have begun in Perth a and was Introduced by the Persians into Arabia iuMho tiftci nth century LTfhe civcnnpntb century sassafras was largely exported from many part of America to 1ur61K as a spitific in various cutaurous dttil is Cocoa like bunts confers wonderful powers of endurance Under its influ JniluIcovering in that time u distance of Wej 100 miles Coffer readily absorbs the odor of al most any other ubstnneo with which itt Is placed or whirl conies near it Whole cargoes of coffee brought from the IlEtI have tarn mined by the presence of bag or two of pepper atThe coffee berry closely resembles the cherry both in appearance and taste At ifltst iUs green and as it ripens turns Everandberry has two seeds in the center ryI the stone of a cherrySt Louis Globe Democrat STAGE GLINS FROM ABROAD Crickboom the violinist is to tour Russia siring 83 recitals The bazaar in Loudon for tho Actors Orphanage fund netted over 10000 hpIengagement with that house hayde written a new farce The Gay Typo1 writers which is down for an early Louden production i It fDress Goods Here is where the knife goes Jeep 18c Dimities and Lawns cut to lOc per yard Dress Ging hams 4c a yard 15 cent French Ginghams 7r a yard Ladies full regular Black Hose only 5c a pair Ladies Vests 8c SC lOc and 15c Some line Silk Parasols atd Umbrellas at half price Ladles Shoes Large stock of Ladies Fine line shoes Slippers and Oxfords to be cksed out rei a dll ss of cost The entire stock at deep cut prices for the whole iqontb of August Worth its aught in gold Suflicr Isuds Eafflp Eye Salvt1 hP C It HAHMON THE LIVERYMANr J First elks livery outfits Now buggies and fast and safe horses Jersey wagons and surreys for the use of excursion partes or drummers The most convenient hitching and feeding j place in town MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY JiISIIIIIIIIFnJarlpaC medics rtforrnrc IoulI to any portion iitllli ted v ith any npecit1 chrttnic or rleltrato disease peeiilinr In their sex Address the leudiiiK plivsi ciuiiH anti surueons of tle Putted Slates Dr list btua A io learloni street Clailt pjO ANo p SECOND GROWTH OF CLOVER It Make Hay of rise Qnallty CotSend a Profitable Cru u No part of the growth of clever is moro important for increasing noil fer tility or moro valuable for the fimirr than is that made during the hitter put t of Hummer after the first orrp h1MII removed It is wlwnyn IVPIM hill than the bruit crop but thi hay ri is rf fiter quality and juts a pvnter nrtritifo value than lire lint iu imj ortion to its weight Tho fact thf tin reis priunss develcipintnt of thcleVrlaut dur ing the entire heason slimes ti inistakn of furmrrs in olden tl1I4 ii lowing uudtr clovrr in June for wheat Tinre an iinimcnso increase in clover roofs during the second growth It in at thi time too that tbo greatest ininilxr t the nodules air formed on cloy r ofI by means of v liirli tho air in the Foil isI rlerougsosrland u uitrugeu is made available Growing clover seed In made ono of the most profitable crops that lilt fanner can produce It always follows a erop of clover grown for hay which of itself dhtn uas cktui profit The clever ntil tvatli rod iu harvestipfj is by mOmuurilost It ii mains in the sail fur years aud as sac cessive strata tre brought to tluvfsurfarn by the ploy it will increase the hlUlIl of a gclRll cia r rat This cull growth lees not always peed well The fanner ruu sonu know how this is goiiiR into the fkld and examining h lieads A yield of six or eight seeds pr hired will give a fair crop If murk li than this the clovrshotililbticutearliHr arid made into hay Thai earlier the h is made the better will bo tin chItlC- for getting it in without much staining the hny should bo cured in the cock fn oit will turn block if exposed to Drains lettlater und is usually very black when i is rot into tho mow or stank It well be thrashed until cold cannotI bccanM there will bo some heating of the partly dry clover But he Feed will not be injured it will bo protected by thin chuff explains American Cnlti valor tho authority hero quoted If it is desired to leave clover a third year niter seeding it can be done by cut ting tho clover several times in a season takiiiR a small hay crop each time after the first and never allowing tho to treed Three four and oven five ha crops may thus be taken Laud thus treated will be in fine condition to pro duce a good corn or potato crop if pltnv tho following spring But there may bo cases when tho field will bo needed fur hay and tho clover thus kept to ita third year wjll show a strong tendency to seed with its first crop and then dio 1off It should therefore bo cut just as soon or u little before it is in blossom iuiditwilltheitberichcrtbanolovcrhcar A FORp lOO If you pay now you can ge yom County Paper the NEWS LEJtDER FOR ONE YEARn New M nagement New Features New Dress Newsy j Spicy r Original Independent And an Indespcnsible vis itor in every household Help us with your dollar and we will give you a paper of which Washington County will be proud FORr 150rMacsttLKAI und tho Weekly Courier Journal for one year- NewsLhAiiER Dud weekly Commercial for SltiS NEWSLEADER and Cincinnati Eutyiiror for 81 35 NEWS LEADER otul Cincinnati TwicenWvek Commercial Gaz F165rCull for rates on other papers and oesend in jour money to E L DAV1SON JR tEditor RS EDR J I Sf y SEE MElROy8HUL t I If jtof t FOR 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hlgbatgin Irlcrtticesr t t RWrltaaa a trial shIpment to pears these taste Stencils sentfor further Inlorinatlba and rcg tidlappllWlmtship your goods to cad attrnthlnY tit fraln or produa flue aulcny coralatoa Wf ft r HERNDONCARTER COiscoaioRATre LoufsvilloiSr 4 H w i y ti l rA 1 5 THE NEWSLEADER tY t11m NEWSLEADER i-l PrjflLTSnED EVERY THUBSDAY MOUSING f JASPRINGFIELD KY tlOC PIM YIAa if Palo ADVANO rk Lr t y Y la TEETH EXTRACTED 1 WITHOUT PAIN f fcy the nno of Vitftrfcrod Air OIls i Ud a New Method of my hick leaves no bad effects iVrJtnVlal teeth of dlllercnt guides prices Inc lilting tooth may lie tight M ciietl ut small cxpctitti f JJttirxiK WORK and Cuowxixo n d IJ 7Ih ili l jiijjq FIRSTCLASS WORK r f PRICES REASONABLE r HtllU1t 1IORt Dr t3tlMpYIf Rr WIt rA onile dur j aJ 1In5 t jda all kind of work Will r 9 aiJo aft 0 a 1Ia ointlnoiits for a r Oral Nedw 3inod Fridaybr of each tuonth- OFFICIOvor Postofflce e MaipTDkor No Fourth Arer Lopisvllle KylR WILDER Dentist Li Ir T ORJFRiNEHSRT i OFFICE HOURS to 4 p m Tuesdays and SahtrdayseJ of t r SPRIKtt FIELpk KENTIHK JRJ B R COOPER OLrceaiao t J1 t pDtiertsoas drag arc Main St srIU lIJ1flFlD KYq rtl Bill1TOIDENTIST the TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN f Ol FIIIfr1n libxk ov rM uiRficld tjoos store sPRINGPIELD KYa to the 2FORiLTH1Bl of k Weekly Comiercial 4 21 1j Free to Readers or this Papuv Anyone Mending us in a Biilwcrlption o thin paper for ono year accompanied by 3150 the regular subscription price to the NKWHLKADKH will be tent free rl fhnrgo for one year a copy of the JxMiiBviHeWeofcly Ceminorclal a large news8cohtmutitan any other motropotuau weekly Absolutely Correct Market Reports p I am 87 years old and have une l about all of tliacotigh end lunj romoiUes drat ed have Ixjoa sold dirlng niy Ufenndfor the boneUt of tug suirerlnp I will say that have never used any remedy that o ItgIt inticripixj an well an other qousbs Wo keep it In our house nil tho andyrould not bo wllbontif Miw At A IKTOALFK 1003 Fonrth St TPudncali KT or aalo bylUvdon A Uob rUou SutJicrlaiid8 Kajrlo Eye jBalvc Cure- M cKenna Whiskey at LThis celebrated brand of Thiske I keep ford ale at toY bar and make a specialty of it for family and t o i medicinal Use tr JC A TliOMPSON P a IWboas ttahtr iane eaIDttopanbt twtmtoetTono ides tboYmq heist on Attrtinr1Salpopnn or s x rsd t at 1Ke hundred lareaUOea Man j filubsq1be for tbeNyspUD+t olll1 a year a m POWDER Absolutely Pure pOWderHlghlstitrtugthlI1tclltKejiprt KOVAIBAKUTO POWDKR Co New York LOCAL DOINGS f Catalogues of the Fair can be had at the office of the Secretary or at the NEWSLEADER office LOST Certificate No 17 scries A Nome SavingsTBuildlng Loan Asso qiatioh J N SAUNDKKS WANTED 50000 pounds of wool Highest cash price paid for same CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN IJns received at McChord Robert mm ono of die beat lines of shoes T very brought to town Tho Lebanon Fair comes off net the eek following ours It promises to e a star meeting this year The Springfield ball club will go to Harrodsbnrg next Tuesday and play team at that place A return game will probably be played here later in the week A new rubber tired phaeton the first over seen kern was bought by Mr Scott Mayes and is being used by his family r Lebanon Fair Aug 25 26 and 27 Three trots and throe laces each aft Floral Hall display morning the first day Handsome show rings each morningwMarshal Graco landed in jail during last Sunday four negroes who had taken in a little too much skursioji and liquor and they wilt devote thebnext few weeks of good hand work in plying offCheic fines Spring cleani ig in the house is im por rant and to cleanse the human stem even morn Nontfl L xhJC tomar oue aiclelnsce andrehu latea tho bowels ivy and kiilnoya For sale lOc a bottle bj llaydon Robertson and Waters l Browne A little over two weeks now bolero fair begins here Everything points to one of the most successful meetings Washington county hat ever had Some fist horses have alreadj been entered in the races and the show ofkjing stock promises to be f good Tho Book Carnival given at tho res fdonce of R A McElroy last Thursday night under tho auspices of the Charity and Literary Club was quitem nice affair and a success in every respect A very large crowd attended in and nearly everyone brought a book add to tho Public Library Besides of books quite a good suns in cash was taken in to be used by the club in the aid of some charity We have been remembered with comprlimcntaries from the secretaries the following fairs Danville Aug 5 and 6j Columbia Aug 4 5 6 and Lawrenceburg Aug 18 19 20 and- o as and Bullitt county Aug four daya We are sorry that we cannot them all but each has our best wishes and may you all be trowdcd and may your exchequer bo filled to overflowing Tho oratorical contest under the auspices of the Charity and Literary Club will take place at tho Court- House Thursday Aug 20 at 8 olclock m The young ladies who take part are from Lebanon Danville Camp j bellavillo Bloomfield Bardstown and t Springfield and South Carolina Vocal arid instrumental music will be render by young ladles and gentlemen t Catherine Lebanon and home ttxl bat AdmlBsio adults 35c children under 12 20c PERSONAL t Mr B B Brown is etonding theaweek at Tatham Mr William Lcachman was in Bloomfield Sunday rW R Casey attended the circus Bardatown Monday wasYvlaltlng releta vc here Sunday IsrViaitlng her aunt Mrs A Cunningham Miss Fanny Simrns after a pleas ant visit to St Marys has returned i home 0 L Heyman was hero last week to look after his interests in the Louts rifle Stored Judge Jack W Thompson and Albert Klmt all attended the Danville Fair yesterday t trMrs Balowell f Louiayillelwas I here Sunday on a visit to her daugh ter Mrs Harry Crittonden Mr John ft Hardin he who sell paper etc for J Parker Louisville was in town Sunday Mrs Dr Allen of Danville is hero to attend the beside of her daughter Mrs S B Thompson Miss Pearl Connor of Frederick town was the guest of Miss Nettie Pope yesterday Nelson Record Mrs Ewell McClaaky of Nelson county was here last week on a visit to her fathers family E B Brown Messrs Will and Palmer McElroy and Sidney Green who have been at tending business college in Louisville are home for th vacation Miss Lottie Keller Louisville site a weektf stay with Misa Pearl Connor Brederlcktown left last week fori Botland where she will visit MIBBJ Mary Eddleman Miss Wlliy Knott SpringfloldKy who has been on ah extended visit to Miss Lollie Ktnkead of Valley Creek bO1hindeex Elizabethtown News NOTICE All persons having claims against fife nstato of Francis Walls deceased will present same properly proven to the undersigned or leave same withI W Simms Jr Attorney B F SIMMS FRANCIS WALLS T E KUHN Executors of Francis Walls 0 An Irrigating Rcbemo An ingenious contrivance which was quickly improvised null rendered good service is described ad follows by the Florida Farmer It was in n strawberry slopingjj well was dug en the highest ground and kerosene barrels were placed along In a row 18 feet apart each a little lower thaw the lust ouo These were connected by a l3 inch Iron pipe running from the top of the first to the bottom of the second and from tho top of the second to tho bottom of the third and on through tho whole SrlSrrhe water an raised by menus of a hand pump As the first Iwrrr Was filled water ontilOinto the Unit From the barrelsl the water had to bo carried to tho plants uckets nod u small cunfal poured over each plant includingjup ready for use was 3 By such a small outlay the owner calm hittd that iucrtttsed iiiInd of berries Hiffl ciei ly to hriug kiln in 100 over and above what ho would have received Bhortoifo In Southern Peaches ItTjhl1nd 111beby Aujcricon Agrirulturist fhro1 every import tint rcticu of CifsrxiH IoutICarolinas 7euuesto nod ns fur Misaifiaipji null Arkan us nvejiln act that in n grout many counties crop is all tho WilY from a Imlfor thoI third down to ii fatal faalurf far na fruit available for Hhipuunt iis con cerued Two Icadirg reasons are clearly in evidence apcording to the authority entionedthe ono that orchards bore solieavily last year that tnis are larking vitality thin season another dud per hops mote fuixiiili ronscM the attacks ccrculi Icjxxty shntr this almost everywhere including returns from fho biggcst rower ii tIll country in the most favored wet ions Shipping Prrlt Ship your pours in theventilated fruit barrels flour Lanvl They oust we believe ceuta apiece You lIIIIllIof wrap tilt iMean Gather your lest pears Boon as the stern will break square ff at tho shoulder when turned to ono side Oo over the trees aet rul times each time gathering the largest null ripest Handle and sort as carefully as you would oranges tWrap the plums uiid ship then inff the six basket crate used for tomatoes purkugrlThovery pood shipping varietiort They full off the etvtaa much Florida Fruit Grower Joan do R aces liOrlll Matador won the recent I crby at Moscow worth 12000 rubles and a trophy given by he Grand Duke Sergiua Sir Henry Irvings commission to Sar don for a Hob 8picrro play has broken the heart of Eric Murkily who was writing such a play himself Arthur Hclmore is reengaged for his origiual part of the Rev Robert Spald Ing in the English production of The Private Secretary purl he played over 200 times Verdi has given 180000 for promot fng a Verdi House of Repose ged oi d destitute musicians aud libret tints and promises to triple the gift for ootapfotiou of the homo Wcedon Grossmlth is arranging club orately for his new ploy The Idle A1 prentice IIin which Juck Sheppard Jonathan Wild Wineskin and Edgo worrii Dcss will be tho principal charac1 tetra Edward Fletcheran English many gee who died last month at CurdiOC Wales was in ItiGO a member of i stock company of which but two enc rive today Sir Henry Irving aqd Ucurj aoonwomfITEMS OF INTEREST A process of converting gold into aacon of malleable sponge for tho use of btu been discovered Son brought up from a depth of 826 feet in n vault in of the Belgian mines is said to have growu WcdS on known 19 the botanist r t LOWER STILLDR- OP THE PRICES FOR TIllS WEEK l Every dollars worth of Summer goods has been marked at prices to close them a t rin a short time Cost former value and loss will not be considered We are bound to sell the goods and we mean what we sayand want you to regard every word as a cold fact Read the list cut out from the Ad the items that interest you and compare the printed statement with the actual merchandise we offerAbout fifty Shirt Waists all new patterns large sleeves sam e sold oat Tic all po at 40c Only a few Wash Goods left A few Dress and Waist patterns castor less will buy them Ladies Undervests loc goods known as the bost in town I0c One case Standard Prints best brands made our price die Printed Lawns Hc Fancy Challies 4c Mitts and Fans must go Low Shoes for Misses and Ladies regardless of cost Clothing for Mn and Boys at never heard of prices Wo want to sell every Summer Suit wo need room for the big Fall stock that won has to cuuen Good bye profit on these goods i Come in and see our new line of Shiccrts II 4 THE alOUisvilie Store Originators of Low Prices FINE e TAILOR MADE CLOTHING agents for XvI Born Co and Lamm Co IWeare Taylors who guarantee their work in every respect in workmanship fit and prices Come in and see their samples before buying READY fMADE CLOTHING Yvc carry the lartiost stock shown m town We are overstock right DOW soil we will sell you a suit for almost your own price ISHOES OXFORD SLIPPERS Our stock of Mens Womnns and Childrens Shoes is com plea Muns Button Sfiois Black and Tan Mens Lace Shoes Black and Tan Mens Low Shoes Black and Tan Womens Button Shoes Womons Lace Shoes Womens Ox fords and Womons Slippers Childrens Button Shoos Oxford and Slippers Wo bought our shoes at Low prices and wo offer sp cial inducements in pricesIDRESS GOODS UI11I DRESS TRIMMINGS We are still keeping up our stock of Dress Goods and Dress Trimmings and we can suit you from tho cheapest Serges Mixtures Ptc to the very ntio Parisian weaves Come in and ox amino our stock and get prices WALLPAPER Dont forget we are Headquarters for everything in Wall- Paper CARPETS AND MATTINGS The special prices we have been making on Carpets has Increased our sales one hundred per cent If you need anything InI this department take advantage of our low prices at ones EVERY DEPARTMENT Wo will make the lowest prices in each and every department the next Thirty Days that was over made on equal values Wef liars the goods and must dispose of them We want money andI compelled to have it therefore profitswill not be con sidered when customer offers us Cash for goods DUNCANlt t i CTE D ANen tAAT JJ1j 1rf I i 3 riV ifIn orde to reduce our large stock we wjll akJ t i some SPECIAL PRICES tr next ib lavsv r t ft t LAdioa Shirt Valets a percent jess thin rc gjjaf dtWoolen dress goods for less than you can buy them olafwhcre Getour prices on them Ladies anti Misses Fine OxtorfEjilatcsl 8trleVlowest prices ever heard of Prices reduoed on alJtfiiel sTbpfes Sffrih FIhC Shoes SlOO a pair JIcni Plop SlVbc8t81 OlaIJJ Ilc dace theUnited iJCUT pRiee ilKlens Boys and GIlFeB Olotrllritf We are overstocked in Clothing and we pr9po3d tomakDt rte 6a the stock that will move it Come eartfy before your size is tone Jul J line of Mens Summer Goats and Vests at reduced prices VibclpHplout our stock of STIl A W HATS toe tt sell them at coot It iwillinivVniL t well to make your purchases ofuu as tfo offer Darg ins iIi tireItJi ciite Af our departments 9 wsrt1 vtf MPGHORD S ROB t8d r t ft y JOHN WCRUMJp A BlOpV t H7s LEADING Lm6RVW6N J tt i LeBANON KY tilt STABLE Spslalntf Avenue and Mulberry Streec 1p r Back of Norris House r r GOOD VEHICLES P1RBTCLASB HORSES f Special Rates to Commercial Men Safe ana Reliable Drivera Washington Country Trade Solicited + ==SPRINGFIELD A SAW AriD PLANffi MILt MARKS GREENE Props MANUFACTURERS AND DEiLERSINo tAll kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber Lathes Mouldings Caic ings Iframes Sash Doors Blinds Tobacco Hogsheads Cypress Shingles Acme Cement Plasterete 41itBill Stuff cut to order on Shot Notice Hi hes CaiL rib dtpaid for all kinds of Logs Gall and see us andpet Taritfo Office and Yard Jockey Avenne Between Maini aM RailMd1 H Lightning Hot Drop What a Funny Name Very True but it Kills A iftain Sold Everywhere EvelYDayI Without Roller Mutt had dreams is n question that tins tuvir been siiilnfutority an jvirol lint in tibia rases out of ton friijlitfiil ilreiuiw art the result of impor fivt iiim tiiin whirh a few doses rif Kyrrs Hirs ijillla ill ltxtually renicjy onl dtlayIry it to- dayIWORMS Ii WHITES ORElIi VERMIFUCEFOR Has led all WORM Remedies GUARANTEEDlrr bf liaiiBPSOJ MIDfniK torte Mtuntna was that a sugar plum you I Joist pave me asked llttlp ftlnbol No dear it teas role of Ayer PlllA Please may I have another Not now my dear ono of those nice pills l nil you need at present because every dose is effective PLYMOUTH ROCKS PLYMOUTHROCKS BxcLYjilVEtY have some very fine cpckerft and pullets for sale at a reasonable lcdAlso eggs in season MRS HM ONAN Springfield Ky J OPr6fiti sr Stop it set 4ttr btttalogtt riM era Guide Well tend ft for J5 cents Wsumpa to py fttrf stigC- Of ipr age The Ppdkrfcecr yoo Pagesj iaoob flluattaUoBv40poo descriptions everything thats use in life ttllsyoa what you ought to py whetheryon buyofys or riot OneproBtfrdnmaidrtouSefTGctit MONTGOMERY WARD 6py Ori natora oftheMetiOrderMeth- odtn11i6ldichiganAve Cblcage- iantonb Lit1cn PiUs lurUc ielle- ICft a Perfect Trralinrut for Constipation sst Jiliqutuciy BSJf One pill tftKSe J t J Cnjit SuVney U a A San Worn CfiytSMlQHi Catarrh Remedy is the drat mcdicinol have over found 4 that would do mo anyKOOtl IrlcoSOCc iJtI1Wh Jiaby jjes sick wb to8es rb s7e When ehetr snClifllshe cried tor CaaC tvbraaslotxcsbte4nst abo clang tGastorb Wbcu 6imtar edarL t tt l f Six weeKs neo lsIlHQreiJvjth a veiryl r Bovore cold vena nlmostVhable to kh kv a Mv friends alt lulvlsW m tO Cnnsulta1t physician Nolll cin tc CliambVrIaIns t Congh Cmyrli nemwly advortUedln the St PaM Volkti ZftlttihfIII iircaa boti f tie and after tskin ttta nrtwhllomhll aentirely rimed lnoxv rridit htAjrtlljrrtc n oininond flits rbiaeilr tdatiydndi suftYr lug with a cold vfmi itl 0iSSeI6y Ate 81 Paul Minn sq ri i 0 g j Iit It ti31ca1tauAbalf dii r Iii 5T nR Rte1 N t rxeIrnl Irtrfittetalli Kit r cares tutltal1dJaJsl IfJi td r a5rttSaRtan J tirttlaritrtitti ei t jt 140J l nc141J its AhIkfsSll r cdu atlre dt thII tvd ftx e tdt It1 tjrultitwiTh1AP dtcerriaii r m lever t totter clill d1liuidcl 11tiIsIiaj psitil It 1liTg iaraitf4 tjgitiocutlftfanfidiitP I none nlh1dcM1ri1 2lc DeIr Mr1lt i a ItaVIlp iblithOifaDrtigStalc r J l IMBtHPS t frj YE rnflhINT 2 4 f ictJRES LiJi- A J E iiU12f6 arJ 6fi1111l bUtknowth feID cnTsJ Uf 5 aT FiriM Y f Pi S CUJt nY aLlinufililary triairl E J49 i TlT v 7I s rT r if- l t x r i rc r Ii 4 f n FtJ j THE NEWSPLEADER F THE EAQUEEN WAKES f In the tnrtht vest thc mutmar tea reached our carat 6hu TiifcMl In the farthest east the RussUn a listens and fears 1 t The rnvcn c1amor the wInda err i yeVeTheaiThe waaUcrin waN taks op the yrjr She IvnhI wtoia atlqpH drfiuUr tAt ias yq bvp t1osmqutflltJnstfhenthew6rIiluaUp8 ihoitlni from her cornful silence and wakci toheT1AitOfflgltL Attac with n world otunt her sho has turn piotogcr2Grtiec J kvew tiha call rind her china of baltlo dragons her seas have 1 redgeGlide into Plymouth harbor antI gather round Jkchy beadfle4 t ho wake through eli the earth Thtr rloff ot warrior vreapans atom raucio of 1t1IIJulrth ijto world thcro may bo rations end there t Iher tound every throno jw The iCrragtn of ruth born nnaiea but th9son J la Ecg lafiiVa ewa lIao mlod ua atlll shall rule It from Plym outh to Esqthia1t listtit tho waves nfl east This way bo cur jmaEeddcn seas zany pur pie with blood and Camo iMvo go to currorti forever leaving the world enema What loiittcrl There barolwcc none Uko us nor any toUrao onf pride fallTre fall Uioy fell dJ6 our ttbond14td lM at better Tho Ilea that bred us shall rock nstoreetatInstinltw an with ttiQ jack till floating nalJod totbonaIoasrotut ti c civo Pblllipf Volley la Colombian ILOSPH AND FOUND i oid Jano looked the doctor firmly in the jjtfaca across the littlo bed as ho lifted her it1a1inip hand and noted with n pro feisicnal glauoo tbo vorions particulars of tho case Item high tcrnpcratnro feeblo pulse blank fact with wide un Bceiuffeyefl item 2 uerer any vitality Worth peaking of and now neither will nor desIre left the other girt not much better but yiry nnd fullofndoggcd uettruiinatiori tem 8 wretched room just cuiagh larger than the bed to hold kn1ohnmmdirtftblcthat thciiQ itona were being entered xxno b xterg mitidj jho saw i rQJ hattu8ccotuitvra3J5galust her t Bat she recognized that it hardly mat tcrcd Sho 6cemdttQjbe1liijcapabloof auy more feeling on tho subject Tho jhimj Well she aaid Well II ho answerrd ilotvly sho iia WorD out Sho cannot get well un lees bo paul aware of the moctcry of tho vr fldc end Anxious that they dishouldcan take her away nt onod to the coun try where eho can get pcntycf air frultfanttHoc ThBlieatwili finish her iuafoTCdayp I WiEI JL could UoHbroke off aud ibokea at lief I wil hk eh dot hs han L bu took it mechbnlcaUyvici TlttiJtor went iBethsettUitucicJ dull sciisorcimpotenoc Uo fsa juiiu r pcur and bad a vrifo and four hLidren n w wernonly in t tlfontry airY th 2toofmuclusp wreftfeirthat his sympathy was drying up likb au cveusce1wdL Jluti vcut back iniotfierroom and sat down iy tho bed td fan Her sister said uothbig and showed no interest iu tho doutciytr hisTisit Her eyes still stared in nothingAQUO the sick girl1QU tbo forehead she left tho room airJ talked rapidly from tho house mnsbe entered a largo dry gcoda store and vcnt to the office Let mo see Mr Roberts a moment sb said to tho boy Just then a stout ran in his shirtsleeves paused the door LIr Boltshe said to him I am n clerk in this stbre I have bad to bo absent a great deal lately Of course tbatnowl iltt The doctor says she may lire if I onu sfnd her to iho country for awhile I am tIe ouly one sbos got Will you advanc ito a mouth 1Vpse5 When hos gout I wont miss a dy It Mr Rofcorts was not an unkindly nan Be looked at Lcr pleasantly My good girl ho said this is too bad fcnt youiauKt realize that iu n store like thiF whcrft there are some hundred em ployee there are many sad cases Wo cant attend to them oil and therefore in justice wo cant attend to any Tho rule irbard tut we have to stick to it yonriiameSmith stolidlyHJ7ojinJLia salledtoiiboy Ugo tell Carroll to cancel the account for this week ot sutstirntogainstJano SmithI Thott5rmy girl yonseioldowhnt I cau for you But with all the absences wo havo to reckon you understand I Tnkecomito htalli11cautly eplaced his cigar and turned t uwary + Jiano went out into the etroet She Avalkotrslbwiy along tho sweltering pnvcmentu8bo noticed that a littlo 1 breezoliad sprung up Jtgavoher a Jsensatio of being anhetl back into life nothingEveryemedo be in a hurry fiheolono Ikcd loisnrelyMdpurpowlessly y abet hadw sister dying at hornet for want Mft Iijtl5atry i1f anything WM done it jnfaip Jonp piicMyi yel iWas w 1k1ting quietly jdong It glTO td a sense oddrl and else laughed audiblyI 1rbreces sitsgIngat It She put Lhr foctttiuuent Jt5Afea4J heTe Something ticked iu her lh J Irw if roY S Ot cf jqulckljT and acjcelyretoo ped Ratchet lttsrwiIh uloolt1ing at itand clog her JUt npon It mado off scothHiijftmoney Icrfpand tightly folded t J JdIOWIJ Mjt2She did not dare 1qco fiirhap onoita ighbr11tbackt iti one danmovementailIn Walk lmoa uJ FiDly ele n thsrlAIli t tie park AojMd becuSialdngforr The cross was biKdavrnylbuirhrfo wcroS far brown leaved ttTcefandsdmo seat LT r J fcho sat down phtjtug Tbci paperfECrchied in her tlejbutzitho felt h ittc could notpp uitt Eying narrow 7 ffflrowsTrjc rjboT on thiJTu jtbepch j t I t I u the ttlt1ieft titr hati tt in tjIIand laid it carelessly iu her lap putting her hands under it She smoothed out the paper It was a bill SLo was of that though she dared not look t A man pruned and she SUloI with a start When ull was stilll eho lowered her eyes slowly All tuuc though her heart was beating Ifuriously she herself seemed to have no feeling in the matter tihu eocuied solved Into tho abstract quality of nIIon She recognized what must tbo habitual apprehension of a criminal ITinnlly she could bear suspens tllO ion r and pecixd under her hut at the bill jin her hauda It was 2C She that stupe A montla wages a mouths wages1 picked up in a moment Her Lruin gal jloped on with the thought until tho noise it made waked her gradually into a recognition of where she was Kbe sprang up and almost ran house Her Bister hud not moved Her eyes were still widely open and her hands were tless besido her on the bedwJane tat down and took up tlio fan again I am going to send you tto the country rae said slowly anti tenderly The doctor says you will get well iu a short time and I have got tho money The sick girl turned her bend Her eyes for the first time lost their blank expression Thoy saw They looked to Janoo eyes questioningly Her mind was struggling to receive the idea Think said June putting her cheek down to her sisters Think of fresh cool air and nights when you can deep and fruit and cold water cud She stopped with a lump in her throat Tho sick girl moistened her lips with a pitiable effort Tho money she said in amazement Oh said Jane thats nil rllJ- htII asked Mr Roberts to give me a months wages Thats all rightsTho sick girl kirscd her sister Her eyes were wet They brightened like a drooping flower in the ruin She could not speaksNow said Jane after a moment I am going to seo tho doctor ows of a nice placo where you can at once Keep up dear for soon HeI will be well again She wont down the rickety snirs andaturned mechanically in tbo direction of the doctors house In reality she didIcnot see where sho was going Sho win In revolt against herself Why did you e she thought fiercely Why did you lie There was nothing to be ashamed of You have not done wrong It is not wrong to find things and uo one has a better right How could yon find tho owner if you tried But you dnt try Who needs it moro you Your sister will dio thanI Who could buVo dropped it that was all ho had But the bill i 60I w it must havo como from tho o must be rich then and the bankI says she must go at once She haufltcd with the whirl in her hend Sho fOund herspirat tho doctors house Hens on tho steps Doctor she said I have gotif I could get 30 could I nU my sister away to the place you qio of Could she go at oncent Yea said bo eagerly and tho sooner iho better Can you get it I know it would put lifo into her tar tothere is no timer to bo lost Cui you really get tho money Tho girl was silent for a moment If I could get it by tomorrow even ing tosho said slowly would that do Better today said hoII She should go now end I can attend to tier getting off If you are sure you can get the oney I will gladly advance enough to start her on ouI a ErlIwith a cry that was almost uuhuman Yes of coarse assented the doctor hopefully I eco no reason why Ill should die if you can qnlyget her away Lot me know us soon as you can Every minute counts in this weather Sho watched him with hungry eyes he went up tbo stops and then she started down town again The interim colloquy began whoro it hud been bro ken off You felt like a thief when you found the monoy What did you look aroniMTpo for Why did you think some one was following yon You felt like a thief and if you felt like you are one And he says your sister shout go at once at once or Flee may die Would you rather be a thief or a murderer The two voices kept it tfpin her heart until she como to the newspaper ofllce I want to put in a found notice ehogaid to the young fellow ut the dek Ho handed her a blank saying with careless familiarity What have you foundSemo mont It As she answered she bent all her mind to wordixfg what she should say Clearly she must toll enough and not too much At length she have int bAck the pad Ho glanced at it counting ho words Thirty cents said he She stood amazed It had not occur red to her that tho would have to pay for tho advertisement She took the bill from her pocket It seemed a frightful thing to break it for smell sin mount anti then if it wero not hers after Allthe colloquy was breaking out again Take it out of that RIO Wild hastily Iu a hardly recognizable voice Thb young fellow looked at her keenly By tho way hesaidUfriend of mine was in hero today to leave a met ad It seems he dropped aIaw 20 bill Funny wasnt it Where said tho girl her mapi clODS on the jump at once Ph the clerk said bo doesnt jknpw just whore If ho did bedlhave gono and got it Whered you ill yours dI He can answer my advertisement yland4 out Once in the street tho voices made themselves heard It isnt stealing jjmd even if iit was why shouldnt you That fellow would hrtve stolen it quick enough Do you suppose iris sister is dying The doc aY8ahc should go at once If you sriuntil tomorrow it inhjrbe too late even if the money iso It claimed A murderers worse than u herqt1nJleer eye GooV1 she burst out llc I 1gthOmurderer Have you cccn the doctor said her sIster as she entered the room The skit tzr1s frail uinched taco was startling h sutstLipeCtstLety 1ou Lave been gone so long Is everything fixed IYrp said Jane for tomorrow fncIthoughtWhlltbuv to give money buck after tilling her she could go away She took tip the fan uud pat down by tho bed Hour after hour found thepo Bition of the two girls unchanged Night came and brought no relief The air was utifliug the room was a fur In let the heated air thut entered the narrow window reeked with impurity The girl on the bed west gradually sink ing Jane found herself praying wearily jin u sort of chant Dont let inv die God because I did my host Dont let her die for I did my best Toward morning she stopped praying and let tho fan drop in her lap but she still stat atching by tho bed At 7 oclfcck tho doctor came in with quiet cheerfulness I havo found a way He looked down antI paused lIe went over to Jane arid touched her on tho jdionlder You arc worn out Como to my house and sloop I will send someIbody here It doesnt matter said ihc girl Cnn I bury her for e20 No staid the doctor gently nor for twice that If you havo any money kup it I will tend some ono We muni take her away very soon it Is ir hut You can conic to roc her after v rd Ho waited a moment Do lou lwpw howYes she said simply I know how the heard u uewEboy calling thee papers down below How long can you give mel the asked struck with udden thought Not longer than noon ho ansvbrcd Very well She will bo ready Be went out sadly Juice busied her elf with the last duties simple enough ini this ease Then she stat down again by tho liedlnnd listened for a step on the stairs Nine 10 struck Just before 12 she got up and taking out the little roll of money stewed it up in sort of pocket she heed Fuipped in leer sisters gown Hes knot his chance and he hasnt come for it else said I meant it for you did my best but God wouldnt let you wait heard some one coming up the stairs and bending over she kissed the fhill fact Sonic one knocked A young man stood at the door Booing thivtcd ho pteppod back and would havo passed on himIasked ho said gravely toner it is not worth speaking Mont I lost a f20 bill yester hey morning on the street Some honest person loused it awl put un advertise meiit in the paper He gave this irma ber but there sue H many people in till house I am asking from room to room sire looked at him Ho was dropped in the ordinary fashion neither poorly or welL His face was pleasant aid re Hpccfful She stood irresolute I was saving the roomy to away il my vacation lee continued HEr face hardened Her eyes dwelt for a moment on the white flower in ins buttonhole Sho glanced from him to her sister No she staid I didnt find it Good morning said lie I am eorry to have intrurlod Can I do any thing for you She shook her head Wont you he added with ombar rapsiueu wont yon let use givo you this flower HI unfastened it and took step toward the bed tho sprang for lIS aJ impulsively lie topplll think ug she thonght him pnMunnu and the flower to her After a moment she took it put it gently in KT sisters hand Thank you sin said brokenly At this momrnt two mm in uniform came to the open deer rice young fellow Flipped aWay One of the men entered and enicf kindly You need not wait No she said I going- took her lint and went down ft store My sister sliest thip morn lug she explained to Mr Roberts shnat need the substitute ray more Algernon Tussiu Lippinrottn Mag Rlmo V 1 0 CfSI FREEYe have matte arrangements for a limitcil numhf of your ly subscrption8 to tho 4 LADIES 1 F HOME 1 IDEAL t An illustrated montlily mujrn r zinc pablishcd at CliitM c loll contiiiuing Stcnej yketchfi iinttl everything intoraatntg for 4 the home f For each new subscriber to tbc KKWSLKADKU who jmys One Dollar Cash madvnncc we will semi tills tnngiizinc to IZ any IICEE mLlress AbSOLUTELY 9 Our number is limited and Irst come first served Address an coinrnunicatiors l1to jE L DAV1SON JR i IUIJLISIIliK p 8 sei v V Xr VX V Grnittilaied lids films weakness of vlnion or any kind of store oyes are quieklj cured by the use of fatherlands Ea le Eye Snlve ar tale by Haydon d Robortboni i COfJCERNiriG KARFJR CORN Its strongest Rccompicndatlon frhere It Uroiri to crfecUoDTbre Varieties 1trhaps the strongest recoraniendatioa of Kaffir corn lies in tho fact that it will produce u crop on loss raise these is re jnirul for onus suet that It icuct alit ct td so disastrously Ly Lot winds It ia therefore especially adapted to flit uiiarid west whore com siuctodsouly our live or six years brans of hot winds anti drought It is owing rhicty to this quality that its culture has ixud o rapidly in Kansas until kluuaaHot winds are the main oanso of the failure of tho corn crop in thia region tied jthey are nevermore destructive vlien they happen to conw when thanI corn is tasseliiiK Kalflr corn is ftvUd in the same w Frrtilizntfon takiH place more readily and whdlo plant is better adapted to tund Ary weather The loiv s are thicker and Eacedplant iienot so tall antI therefore not so much oxpoxL When corn has once been stuntcuVby drought or hot windH t never rocovors Not so with Hail corn It may remain stationary null curled for duys and even woilw lint when the hot winds cojuvo ansi raw conies it will revive und if not too late tin the soason will Htill pnxluco a trop M juvu Whim it ran be grown to perfection in southern and middle latitudes the northern limit cf its successful culture is 09 yet not well defined In tests nt tho Ontario Agricultural cqUe o tho season appeared to bo too short for the grain to mature Henry does not sider it suited to Wir n testis The Mich iipm Mtution regards it M infTU r to corn for forage Possibly flirt r trials may cause a revision of those opinions but it forIwill nevcrthelofw wisest this farmer in tho uortheni tiered stet to grow it nt float only on a small sunk Tho cn p is cultivates like Forgmim or corn Tho roots are near tho surface Doop culture is thenfore a mistake Thesnrfuce soil nJiOuld lx kpt inollow until the crop begins to liraA whfn cultivation should cease At present there url lire e varieties popularly called Kuflir corn lied Kaffir Whit Knflir and Black Hulled Wliitc Kaflir Tlie reel variety as grown at the Kansas station has always otityicldrd both White Kaflir corn and Indian corn The average yield Ix1 nero sit IlcdKaRlrcorn at this station Vast iti bushels grain anti toni ef fodder The foregoing interest 1Pr1iGcorgeson of tlio Kansas state college TO KILL CABBAGE INSECTS IHOW EmQI lon n Chnersl Innnr TarlM Grceu lor the Cabbaxn Uuttorllr soIlirsbest for all ccca ioiw whatever lice inwvt that zany lx at work cam Bion conies ho nearest to Ining a g ucral panacea of thii sort Male it according to the HubLardKiloy formula often aJrl11tnraIthe onslaught cf tho cabbage may clientft on the root s but an emulsion iaa with crndo carbolic acid a pound cf soap a gallon of boiling water a pint of tho acid thoroughly agitut dII cited diluted with 2o cr 20 hilts of wn tor cr bisulphide of nrlx n irjivinl II into th dl under the roots wi h the McCidweu iuji clor will jwvo much more effectuall ligiiiiKt tIn eetlhicgu mug got than the kero no omulfiou Fur till gneii worm cf the cabbage butterfly paris grerix mixed with Uir v or four parts of flour shut d on whun the tltw is or mixed itla tot u iwuud to lf60 gallons nnd toliwater degrees pyrrthrum powder or kemsono emulsion mar be ClTortunlly used to kilt the worniH tIll headed plants Thi nnd The tin r kinds of caterpillars that feed rjKiii tlv onblijgi art the onlys mmies cf 111 plants that ease 6t11s full fnngM with the pariH green Th pois uotis iiuI recticidcs only for those insects Ihar bite off and chew tluir food Cutting and Curing Alfoif Hers in what Iowa Ilomcstcud fays nn nbc Hiibjivf npIjfvery time it begins to blossom uoinit ter low nhort it is It gn ws no taller aftr it begiuH to blexjiu and it allownl- to steedl hItlm will bo woody nnd it will drop its leaves even readily than it does when cut morlI Thee first arid poooml crops of each season need to l cured with special CUlt tIll y art pretty certain to mold in tho stack Thee pleint contain about 7i per ctiit of inoiHturo need is thenfore hanl to cure rice point to bo iiini d at is to euro it suiliriently to secure its ki oping- 6wot in the stack without Ixxvinipg so diy nt to nhod its loaves JJl handling Tins is iliftleult to aeeonipTinh in thIcwath and tlo usual method is to rake it into windrows when still quito need after it etcieisd somewhat gtlTnI itcllOJ1iuntil rcndy fcr stacking SanUower a Stock FooL Thrro are wuno w ctfons whoro tbeI Euntlower may take rank as nn tant fotxl for dairy stock Tho steed has nearly the coinptsitionaschlnual and in reality parts of Canada nnd ill the troefess regions of tier west sail flower will yinM u largo troll of wed If this sml can bo used to supply tho purl fit needed by rilvoa awl cows it will prove of considerable value in ro glens whore corn does iot mature awl where oilmcal is too wqxMisive Iro fusser Hohllt of Canada hats Ihown that cnsilag containing a fair amount d sunflower heads is vnlunblo fur kinds cf stock Ho is now feeding lipiCs tmufiower1111d in is very trying on the optic n rye and often muses grnnulato lids SaIIJall dctalora For sale by Huydod A rt son DruggistH Word comes from ell quarters tint tlir noatosi and nOiit Mtisfactorv dYE fortsol oring ho heard brown or black it Ciick inghant Dye for tIre Wlrilerst 1 6 THE BESTQ FAMILY MEDICINE Pnisela York Lady for AVERS PILLS I would lilac to mill my tontiniony to Aycratihlsfor theIuse stein ach and liver troubles and for tho cure of headache canned by those dorniiRr Uiuutd Ayera Tills cannot bo equaled i i- isiI j1sie When my frfenda ask mf vlinWk the best renirdy for dburdera of the sroin aoli liver or bowels my invariable answer is Ayers PUts Taken in sea son they will break up 1 cold prevent la grippe check fever regulate tho digestive organs Thry are easy to take and are indord best allround family medicine I have ever known Mrs Kider Avenue New York City t AVERS PILLS Highest Honors at Worlds Fair Ayeri Sartaparilla Cures all Disorders Nsw is the time to sul scribe the fT JSKV LJlADEH only SIe yen r Iiint6 then linvo b rn nine opi Iemior dvfpiiti ry in dillVrcnl pits of tho Country in vtiieh CliHimeihiiuH Cbolora attisl Dtnrri cart Iei ecly was used with 1lrfcl t air on Dv en tory when epidemic is lOimmt severe nnd dangerous Hintic Cbulrrn liens tofore tlio best otlbrts ot lIlt must ski hll dn iciuiiH liayc fiik t cl xk its rava this rciiiftly lunyrvoi Ieee tuned the most niiilignait nses both of children JUd ndnlts mll uHlr tho lInltt tryinig conilions which pioes it to lit tho test isisshit tee in the world for bowel complaint My little lOYwhen two year of taken very ill with llixdy iix Iu llthikl11 to use chaml orliiinH Cni Cholcm nnd Diarrtmca Kfiocily invt luckily jrsxiei rent IartiI a iItI I iir ftlly road direct tolls and tfivc it a Iorllil ily was very lnw Ilit slowly rhIIally retivcrihcccl now st atiil Irons evj nvir all praiH1 tlo ro neiy IM woi um rI cviryonc in the i liiitii cit ow of liow pui1 it is lu liria Hinton iiiiii iht Maiin tuunv Fin id ITHE PRESCRIBES CUSHfittK3 rHESTHOL i HALEB JJCCLCS IN CATARRH i Sl3S GRIPPE ttrrf 1Acy 3HEADACHE r cr mt or frlJHe tUK r 11 PI Iipiil tIia Ci54 h4IJ 555 Cii54kaC ptsnhLltl sslir iIs-k4Itaitstr utatAix irxu is sTein acetates n ai7 i7t ii tiu7 2 hlh ddJlt I illCI If iiik 1 fAIISPIH aiItiIlSEASICKHESSrk1 i t 1 h4tgoss0 pii ii dlc tmI 1r fci Cass is4 i u itih5llWon ii iy dg7 Httieasa 5hi IIIitI 5 USslicilK 5r 5pi a 4i hij 5s tpsi lis I rw t tJ Tis1y civic IInIWII at mte LCti rrsusec 1A8 rla U 11101 oUoIU l JPIAF l7 lt1r pushmans Menthol Balm U Ii the unit and noel reliable ixiorJ HANDSJ JaCaliunallmI j lie snithli bring 1autui 1rge leoaof Lft market llfaii your drorclrt Sir by all druall DRUG CO j- DnrUn UtriCO 1CUSH New Yorfii nre Dopartmeiit4 Every city iu Unltud StatS shows local priclo in itH finmou Each dainiH ut ltd department ia one of the best if not best in the country Thee rival ry between some of thocitiesis nt time quite amusing and there is nude eupsion upon the merits of their oWn firemen bnt New York city undoubted ly ocqupies today ciivinblo position of having all things considered tlie most thoroughly equipped and most cf Jicient tire service in tire world The apparatus is of the best The horses selected with eare mid judg meat are magnificent animals and th men picked from those thought to be best adapted for the work they must perform tiro subjected to most rigid physical examination before they ire admitted to the service and afterward arc trained in u school of instruction at inIieIrqbmt I t ArT What is j tilt SSgSS s 3s tt a K rsi AJ C PRACTICALLY IJ PERFECT i S PREPARATION T FORCHLDRENS rt dL 0RI 4 COMPLAI TSfCSTOR1AInu Tr rr JFARMERs HOME HOTEL JOHN H D e WITTJ8 den phw N pUfttf AsIilMgrejsuNjt Proprietor THOTJOUGDLY RENOVATED AND REPURNKHED VKCK STA1JLE 4MD WAGON YARD IN GOHN7CTIOK WlTttHOTEk UATIIy POOL AND UILLIARD ROOM 3 f t li b 400 to 422 East Market Sitect p I fast One Dollar a Day Hcnse in the City or State fcOBISWLLE Ri 5liJttit i ir Single Meals 25 Cents = grIf fl THOMPSON CLEIIEM- SUNDERTAKERS fI I ik ANDEMBALMERSeJI l Our equipment in the Undertakers apd Em j t wjjr1Caskets and Robes from the finest to the cheap j il est furnished promptly We answer calls day or yai iM night and guarantee Perfect Satisfaction I l I MlH 0 fi I t Elspwhero to buy goods when you cata save Ia mofiey by patronizing home merchants We t Itreable to give the public the LOWESTc PRICES on s3 FURNITURE AND CARPETS Ir t inVj you We will take pleasure m showing ord quote prices whether you wish llvince or not 7 71GHTNNG- dCURES Cragipg Colic HOTHEAta Mi tt DIarrHea I d Flux i 5i5Cholera Bites of Morbuc Animals and Nausea Btigi Etc- Tastes ChanQesof DROPS s Water Etc SmollaOood Good ui uuwBREAKSErurwHBie25 Pa Bdnu Ho RCUCF Ko pr jcooulas two sadco times M ouclt as jc bottle HERB MnoiciNB co iwjanmi o tfII8 Jk 7iwwwwwp fwwwwwpWOOL J iThlladvntiocs on consignments Besides wo bare better iaetiities than other houses In Jjivln f n nj largo factories to supply Wp Iet yon tho top urfca send jr tpotcasb Jorifiytrade No traveling agents Ship all your anstrm produce direct to Ljtr HRNDQNCJ3RPEI CoSno Third Street or 313 to 310 KnnalT Court XOtTIEyILL Zr it h 4 t L THE N L RAI LRQADT 50c One WayJi ff I0 It takes passengers from the following stations to HEALTH doustipallon Diizluess Headache Vertigo Paina In tiieh3rakor SWeSlirggisU Liver andl t Kidney Troubles NEATS L XATIVEisk or iLAtkeinootIecres us NEAT LAXATIVE COiJ LoUiswilri Kyt J 7 f ff f VC