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npxl November need we can say rhat you hcve a better chence cIt reelection next November than you had in November 1894 Mr Leis then took up tht Bryanspeech nc ade atTew York and when he had gotten thrrtjgh with it and bad concluded brs speech a tat of Pojralisrs came forward and congratulated him on bis magnificent speedh To say that thepeople here received him and hisJBpeech fit with enthus iiasra is but poor way to express Iit The fact is Oorrn Lewiscan aofl djwaya does draw a crow- dlierevuiheisbilIed to speak tsnd at no t rae is he ever cbs j pleasing and tiresome He is sure to 1bOjeucleced f there is any thing in Oongressll3igns and general chances tq be re dcan 1waystraw makes his Pqpocratic opponenta imad lo see iii Heres enother f rom New Hope Eyt iBvorybody hofe and in the aijoluingj1neighborhood is taking an adtiweipaTtun polities A fev7 raontr3 agD no sound monoyiemoortscotildbO1oUndbit l 4n number to theireo sUyer votera There are soveral free silver Republicans 1 lebut allj say thdy will votefon Mbbinley because of proteniron ttailhey hblteveittthoi tnaiir anfl tthVims glimportu tJS uedflt Who RepuUlicBnwmt swill gmore than UHfoly carwr fNdrSonj county The DeiDOiralipraajor ity is about and tho sound money Democrats claim 700 votes njB the4JJiuutj Ihe yates must 744 4 all come Jrpra the Democratic party and together wIth lh several hundredsDemocrats that will vote theftepublican ticket itis apparent that John W Lewis ticketlwiUi Democrdtic counties ia tne State Lewis is making speeches right and left and is extremely popuI tar tho districtover is aI tine orator posseses a magnificent personal appear nc3 a big law ver and what is more than all an aoncstaodsiacere politician t When tho hair bas fallen out leavIng tho head bald if the ncalp is not Bliiny lhorbft chance nf regnlnlnjjtho Utilr by using IltiUrf Hair Jlonowor OUR FAIR The Thirty Fourth annual exI hibition of thp Washington Coun 17 Fair Company has come and gone and a 004 crowd 6f sWan ers and home people have been entertained The fair pas rn off smoothly and while the crowds aigbtbnve been larger aud too show of Stock more ext nsiy yeUtafreo as a whole hJ aFs of tic Pair compinyi und the citizens oflbe county dererve praise Ior get og up such a creditablei county Lair n thedays of low prices hard tltees and politics Ladies were admitted free thee firstday and hoth in the morn ing when fruits pumpkins and neediejworic were displayed and in the afteraoon and te races 1 Ia1e crowd df the lair sexI graced ttte grounds the- whatberon Friday tije second day intdrferreJ soorStvhat with the attendance but on SaltTday a good cra wd urrrcd out atd t belped to swell the gate receipts of the De5tingIWhile the greatest interest vtxscentered in tbe and pacin Tacest yet thpre WAS u fairly good turnout o thd ringi hovs Tie ribbons were won by Carpenter oi Liucnlo CmiItJ onesIRueNelson and Wh lrtorJ of Mercer J IIWasbinpresented m the cxrltring The trottitg awl pacing races in the afternoon brought out several pretty cotrtaats and some fairly goo i time wasma oconsldeorirgI the vrack which was slow Be low we grve acomplete summary of the three days racing FI bT DAY JflR class trotting purse8300 Pilotta 1iTemple Wilkes 2 2 8 15118303 3 2 AJlonzo 4 4 b ReBo Fern 5 5 4 Time 232 223 34 230 i85clefiS pacing puree 2oO suale PatchenM 1 11 Mary OoOper 2 3 2 jailford v 3 2 3 aimq fi40 233 231 SO1DI3AY 3HJ7 claEB trdding puree sroO Nellie Olarkp 1 Nut Prince 2 2 CamLongI 26- 7Rustle5 3 6 QnlnJnoS 3 7 LatfiniaB 6 0 Tlmc228227 12 223 217 class trotting ptirse8- GDPene1opo2 C J i- iFeathoredgo1 tt l i 3- 2ILetcher8 3843Margaret 6 i 4 2 ObaaAnderinn4 4 5 5 Timc226 aSllS 224 225 ii26 D1IfliD DA 23Jj claT3trott1ngj purse 300 J P Stewart 1 lMiss C23lghtb-urn 2 S 3 3 Jlofie FernM i 4 4 dr T1rne22512229 12 230 31yoiaes pacing purse 250 tLady JonesLt w 2 1 1 i WE91 5 3 Lloawooda 5 8 i1ft NorZi QJhQbookinQkers did a poor businessand m eakiltidnit J11bernYllg ulnhtnnpwaa1ctdly1 missed by ihcliliilottulks j heman jwiibnthu Ibaljy game did aUandOTScplbuginess Thoyb veaB opt altb etu4li standard remarked IheHuiw Tr 4 1aeveral 1Therer a1theyhardly equaed espfenses tt1 he race is not always to the swiftest as severaltof the boys realized as they bi4theIr money on the oritead saw him t come in last There was yellow l d ving in bomerlY the races which received prompt and severe treatment from the judges hot it was 1owedtoo Mr Ware of Boyle county whd has quufe reputation in the fiBluecydt race overa Nelson county man Emmett MfElroy beat Ernest Mansfield in the halrmile bicycle race tbe firstday VriWngi two J straight t heats fThe ladies of the Catholic Church set a good tUhneAfiach day at ttre rrounds for 85 cents IDcafncss Cannot Be CureitN by kcal nppftcatloiisas thoycannot reach dlHeased of tboQnr There Is 1IIs by constitutional rom Doafness to catisod by aii l0nal condlUin ofJ the mucous lining p1 tile Enatnchhur tLijO When this tuba gels1nThniccl von hao a TMinbfing somS or iniporfett hearing and when it hit entirely closed deafness ts result nofl unless thc flinnniation can bo t lrcii out aiul this tulw rcatorcd to Its nnrjnnl condltdon hcHriirgWiH be destroyed forCTor nine norns out of ten ore ea sod bycifturrhl w ichfr nothing but an intluinod eon Titinu a1ito nmconH11tT ces WewSll g1voOno Hundred DoIlaTrffoT CitSeOIdCt10088 scd byatawJt tIhatl 11uac 8md for oirenlitis Irei Suld F ty 4jIIiNHyist2coIo4loo il huggiels jitc IIf hc1ItnBe it ewactod by the General- Assembly of Koniucky Section That section tcl arrter 1S9 gf an act pntitted Arl act to rpgulate and control v turnpike and gravel and plank N roads approved JUly 0 1893 and which is now 4 72 of the KentHckv statutes be amended by striking out after the wordn road in the first line thereof and before the worasbal1 per wit in the second line thereof the road 5 hi whrch the State or county has an interest and by strikiDg out the words their ac ebstomed place of worship in the ixth line thereof arid insertl ing therpm tbe words any of religious worship soljlaU1II said seciien a auinuded real as follows Section qThe managers ofy any turnpike travel or plank road shall permit miuifiters of the Gospol to travt on the road without paying loll when on tIliDl3 erialdutyI and shllcbarge t no IoU against scholars going to or from school or toipersons go Ficgto or from any place of reliSgious worshi ana funeral pro1 cessions going to or Ifrom anyg place of burial but if any other persons than scholars going toll b or returning from school adSthedTiver9haroooupy vehicle full toll shall becharged and full tolr collected for uchvehiole11 During the meeting byGlilest iI have no doubt that a great r many people were prevented tram attending th taD1e because the Wit gates weMmaking them pay toll Theyhad anilea that peoplecould not go tocburch at any time except on Sunday bet fore 12 oclock or that the roads were entitled to toll from people going to any other than their customed pVaeeot worship BCI Mr Pohoney President of tbel WUlrsbnrg pike Oivises me tc1 say ioitbe people who ot tended tbeiBaptkng last Sunday after noon that they nay either coltt ilectithoamountthey paid from the gatekeeper or go over the road tothe mount paid J H JJAMPTON Granulated lids fltnig wonknesa c flVision or iiuy kind of sore v snrr quickly cured by tho UO of Sii hcrlundb Kiiglo J5yo Salvo Jiiir talo by Ilaydon Robertson = CORRESPONDENCE POLIN Our IfcguUf Corrcsixintf nt 1From are busy Cutting to this vicinity Owing td tbe dry weather tobacco crops will be cut short Mf Sabe Hani in anti Miss Rosa Casts were married SundMy ve at the brides home May fortune smile along their pathway through lift i Miss Bird Tohin visited Miss Lula Grow Sunday Rev tpclosedhis meeting Sunday night at the Uurdcsty Schoolhouse V Miss Nettie YI toes one of Spring elds most charming girls return ed home Sunday efcer sev rjli weeks visit with Miss Mary Trent Miss Nettie gamed many friends while visiting here She was nc companicd home by Miss Mary Trent and Mr Irvin Crow Miss Venia Wenkley is visiting at Mr fyihnais this week Miss Nelia Vanfleet has returned home after a two weeks visit with Ms SIl Uishop Messrs Fred Grigsby nndCharj He Semons attended meeting at llardestys Splioolb se Sunday bNil Bishop was in Louisvill n business last week E I 1NT1RES from Our Rcvlar CorrcpODdont Farmers arc iiha little etter rainjthtturdsyAlthough sales of stock are quilt ull corn is selling at lc per bushel Surely everyonoXcdn af for bread nejct winte Miss Uauiie UIiln is er uncle ilr Joe Ilagdon ofhis place Mr anfl Mrs JB JIoifarnson ors t Marys viwted tie family of JB 1111 Sunday last Miss Nettle TlJriea cf Louis1 ule ia visiting her father M ace OBrien of tliisplacet Zufss liirlie Nally entertained n Snrulnipresent reporta very ice time EVACTXB WILLISBURG From Oar Iwgular GorrosponOentJ nuIlloed are visiting in Lawrenccburg lts weekSA Burton has returned to Waddy INenry hnstie ofCourcbia is g J 17 Shewmnker Judge Bailey Chaplin is the guest of P 0 hewmuker Miss Minnie Colvin commenced teaching jt this place last Monday with 50 pupils J Speed Smith luodge No 298I A Mwill meet in their hall t rdny evening at 8 oclock for work iu the r Cnnd M M dc- roca Arl members requested e present1 ot sister lodges are nlaya welcome J Bt iny IV M E D Burton Secyi Lnst week David Derringer while drawing bnndy 1rom a bar rcl itcuught on firofrom a match that he struck and burstcd the bar el which containo 1aboutf fiv e gallons lie was eriou8ly burnouj thejboudersour town a visit which they seemed o enjoy by firing their Tcydkero People df this seczion areinfavor of the County Superintendent of Common School to employ the teadhers df Washington It c vefl less trouble to tire distrjcts which storpedIsis been ia cdnstirtil confusion over the teacher trustee ajid schoil house Wpliave tlio finest situation of any place ititrQ county forj achoplhouae also tho best location to build up a school It is Inithc cnntral part of the county jind many wlto arc interested wtUjjnfakp linefftln to hdyff a graded school j netear v TEXA1St From Our Risrnlai C orrcspondent As your regular correspondent haabeen somewhat lax in his duty I will try to glyc vou1kfew oflbe nappeningfl in this section Jas Green made aflying trip to Bardbtown Sunday Mra June Thompson Ts visiting hr 803 2Jce Thortpson of this place hesterlJlccomplln1ed Emma is visiting the fanltly oil SJMde tttis week Miss Maggie GraWf6fd of Perryi yule after a short stay with Miss Ruby Bcgglqis has rturndhone Miss Lizzie Bosley and friehd Miss Lea ville of Lancaster haVe been spending severall days with Miss Bettip rDebo ti Jno Peterson md Jaeeb Cocdan ougber were in Boyle county last week presumably on business they report affairs flourishing Miss WHiJe Campbell after on extended visits to her brother X W Campbell of PerrvviUe has returned hone much to Ua1tIeHgbr ifs certain young gentleman off this village J Mr W P Myers of Ltfeanon attended the MyersLitsey nuptials llast weak M W O Ragsdaitc and wife after n visit to friends DIRt relatives here iiave returned to tlieii home in Chicago The eetmgat Beech Grove cndu ted by Rev Jf W Campbell nnd Rev Wrn Davidson closed Sunday with fifteen additions twelve oi whiGhwo Immersed Mojidaj SIGMA A Valuable Prescr Editor MnrtlscMi ef W4rtlring ton Ih l Sun writct Ytlp lupro A valiutbl JiUicrsnu11Ipiition and Sick Jlcadncho irnd is a gen ruIayf0Iii tonic it Jiaano equal Irs Annie Stohlo 2125 Coilago QrovqAvc NLliicago was all rqn docnrr could note t nor digest food bad a baeknrho which nnprloft horwnfl fait tlHod and wcacy but ftlx bottles Bf ElcctrJc IJittorswatoioa her h mth nn foaowcd Jbbr Ktrongib PrlceH 0 cents and JW Oat a bottle at IJuydftiiA lobotsovia Hnift Storb LINCOE From Our Rcffular Corrcspun Jcnt Times dullan tinuloscirce Several af our citizens coqrtin your town o Monthly irdII The inuolhneeded rain Jias been welcome and copiuiu doing much good to lute ourn aticiegetables 1180 n cflhing und cooling the hut ttmosjhore There lies been several cases of typhoid fever in this auction thanks ttour efficient Dr Spuuldiug all urt colt alrsuing C CnmbronflolJ one saddle and harness horse fur 8100 Anlre Field sold 20 ehoats at li cts per lb Simeon Utimbron tend little son attended churshat TlolyUroPs and visited their uncle IL M JJiinooo untllylttat Several friends from thus parish attended servioo 4Credcriqtovn same day Mrs Alice Carobroh together wilh her children visited her aunt Mrs Win iFiliatreau Pl1tlllr Jack Cumbron and family visited Van Mattingly on last Sunday The public school in this place has Leer suspended for a feW days Teacherffiick Clverbulhn in jprbgpess and nearly ull done in Om section s Aais The 1cJe11 Panacea JUtuH L Frinoiv Viajrmjn Chicago saysII regard lr Kings Njitv DlscoVr ary as nn rnfll1nUCIL for Couglis Colds and Lung Compl lnfehavlnRu8eiI tt In my fumly for thoiltut llvo xcnrstolbc exclusion Orp11yl hu pioscrlptions oi qthor proiMrnUuns Kov John IurRU Kcokttlc Town writes Ubayo been a MInlfitor of the ohotll6tEplscllJlut Church ruriin yeni i or more andhu vonovor found nujthlnp 80beuoBclnl or thatKuvo mo sacih ppccd icloif oS Dr JhlStd Koiv lilmiovery1 Try Uiisjdoal Couigiifloznedynnw Tria bottles free at Uajdon Je RobertsonV flruglitoroS SHKRPSS ILLE 1 rFrom One BtRnJar Correipo dcni1I The proIntngprospecfor Marge crop ol ruic tobacco Its van oshedj and iatoitsjttad farmcrs are w v- I 4rs lfr r4 r tI JWIii 5Ij1 I r nrt r L aef 4 JiJY uJrnk tf FIJfItEWg tF4n1it r If aWInMv4 Vo COUNTY AUGUST IR oj 151IYALoU1r sanies trotting vftntingi Members attended l5I i cutting a ratvc1liltb rc1Pp itf sUoittoUaccq v Only Ofljr9cfo- ut f of a number atttnlkcdtitJi reporfsit fine cropu W RIfIEIQn the lhli tnh6 resuence of fbe bie8 ps1cfii LiZlcFuIJiJinmM iss Ionia Pulltam ti Born to the wife fSasljtIt ntho 20th inst u figc bwiUcinrf teem n died nt the r sidenco of his father on be16T1tr J I mst of ffev J t Hq Wst jbineuIheWQ xtond our flvmpatiiy to the orf family t rProfsltgipg cboolat Mt FrccdumOt Th Suptlst Assod tiotiii cm 4 ctWith the Mt Freedom Churcift nhitho2Ttli n I cpntinuc in fle 3ioiiilr twodays 1 fot one onirialnlia etsr been nmdq by tlioson n A ii5arBatarillaac tf in j lotllrectloflfl l rUiafflii if9 bKvefi 4yet to Jenrb of a aws In wlilbfe it hasp failed to nfTord benefit f itsa taiiidrDitNv pt druggtstdI over t1s eontitry lio Wired others will euro 500 IRMQATfON PROGRESS i App1Icbito All S cUoB rSjftJM Adoyt i 1aILo IiobtMkaol Irrfgatiottia applicable toxdf 6cxftioQL tit thnUnIto States TCbpttfQ ttjmca even in thcso aoctiasa jterof the raferj fall an nially cseecdaSw lnChcsUmt ifthe plants of the aoacr ould only 6b taina fcv refreshing thinks the Yielj KroalA bo doubled lie coming farmer willing majority of case izrigato Itick crops Irrigation will Tcstpre the worn out fioiafl flC TSevf England and1 tho eooth l13a it fl1 teclidili thui lhnd jaovf Abandaned in man poitioiia br America dforeoiig 4if1i6xIitbo n c41tnriteT in The Irrif atibn A pj Wh8 vrritcs xa follows ouccxui 1S thonystca tJ11Cthat lay aboyeiho Jtream and river It rwas formerly nccesssry to1 grow 4bii crop in tjvampy mud that 6al l be easier flooded Now flip water i3 luife jl y csntrifngal r olho kirids cf PipIlt 7 JlhrJ laud flooded and th crop grown TIio land is ncd eml tlio penEitprith a harvester tfcofcfiao that nsci tp harvest wheat ia Datpta Vithf cir bithcsofxiinfuiIhmmhifljtha I91i1 siana farmer fludi it ndvanVagidua tar f irripatc liia oat and cornc1iu5p Of the Btacathat havpiactivcly tatcff ln th1sq cston undNobraska 1eatt wg The irl11th9r tyllucS an JuVllbccn constructed or are ilcw lender construction that will Irrigate over million ncrcatrf her suffaco Tho cost of thesocauabakjrthclr irrigiUhig rapacitydocd not exceed tntflio grcatf Jmnj ritf fnCzII-s tt lbnU noaidi1 follQ9n ihrimister Btato of Kansas intho rcctiou cr t hTusanda of jfho new itriTatiori wind mills Theso oiiilLs havofrota foar tdsSVQ times thc ppwcrof noold f3rpl pumpiig miiWotthasamt rh tSoipQ tfarmers in NcbijlsJta liatO itt Itemptedto utilize t1utnne caii Jho ob itaincd from mills and pilmps Thniva 1 toy islrt TJU through4ho crctmrri box thence through tho v3criayjAtJgh 7 dn thp stock yards thprido to tho firid ax ervoirifrora wh ch they intend tp cu j fthelr ico dn wJnter thenco f6it eccondf ttcscrvohXviafo J1shar growind oV4 ton a small baf hiiip house rawstnpoxr rtho edge of thiarescrvdfr where tho W ifamilycau batho during the Bunuact t season On somo 6f ithceo aniniuturp Slakes pond lilies fit planted la canter to check the cVqpdratito The tccst o thcso 3frignticm InqtA ino a great wherp the w t sauy ris nol liftciIt 5reaiil iph1 the dosf varying front i to6 pr nero crJio 1rrlgatingro aity of Un1Ur pnnipwhco wutter th33lQtliftc1OVCi feet yet plants arudoingugocflork irrigniingibIg sos 10 acres pSimphi fronifldbirti af 100 nndaOOifect totti MXS tU1tf 2tebras6 Oiior Pat ttriio 4aino Mtls tu growing wIio 1IabeeXrIUWCufatiho Utah stu v Itt n Pigs rtnning ttlll1fiJ vcr 15Fncrcs of gc1astnroafl1 tflnl1 ra- tio1I ltrondo tbol TnPdpwth aneT iroquired the Icas gainflthtidct gain Thco onfinedfdnOliIo i to tim paSture tthoJX11 beliigfrequei tj jferovcd grow inoro slowly And rjK 13quircd pper cent more grain to mrikq aponi gain ijat pnstu len j randesr A Variety vbf ionditious ffitlncit t tO2 per4rnt inoroiwhilt Mthig but jpcr cent ithou thosa getrtig jras anJo1nsimilarly tfed tbat coufiu d itf jxitfC vp With the tfatterrthQ ifpiin tfoqoh ci tf r 1 niroSncoift Pound Of gaiu increased ti i pcrtOOIttMtompnrcd1With jIlg tn pss jitore A part jgraiu fatioa 6fl jMBtHfrf j mado BalisfKfttOry gains Jp1uiJt three fo tiratrirficriiniado ibcttr fi r na thaa fnII grain ratibusItlxraiu 1oa toideither inarard3cj pefls 1lsJ Jwstnr wltblirr a iiow3t per cbtr JMuchidftho adTJWtsge of p turo fctflscribod to ciorcile 2Or celaof thdgaiuiheingwritoatcd asdw t this catteejftibno and gras 9 cdt and in JJi 1btfttJoTMn Fisc fined Inlkfia ImdlcilgrasfooJ1j il 0 alfalfa for 01 aaraoltet over ft quarter of aiotuid px aybit piir1ng witI t either full or part grain mtion petit to IxJ byifoilho cheapest sud heM w rf jnaking pork t s J1- V 1 r J t 0 1 t tAI tHE NtAs LEADER h Jt r5J Jt1J r z THENIDY L AA THURSDAY AUG T 189- 6YELpAV1SONJR HcST esaljb of the precinct tonyefitlohs ot the Democrats of J tbeurlth Congressional DIE 1ritield last Saturday show h6ttfiree candidatsfor the now rinaljoD Messrs Sweeney Mnr iiwndpave JSmiih to be well b puncfrfecf Of the counlfiesi Stenei carried Washington 13- flu1IILt 1 Marion 1t7 Nelson 1- 9ningMtota1 OF 56 votes nr L jl rjrajr curried BjfeiJienridge 17 Orayson 1 jjMeade 11Qhio19 ZLk1ng aYclal of 59 Smith car tJitedHardin 213art 1La Jrue llj Taylor Jz making v a otaJor 53 V Green county Ts nine votesvVare jcoritested andtb ere l3Atbp aivLsto 1- 1r WhICh IljSweeney will get part of the ozkIt necessary that one nan gpt69 votes jbefora a choice catf be made and in thecoDven I tpn shjch comes up today at Elizabelbt6wn with the three candidates evenly divided it is mere speculation as to which f vayjhenominalion villgo Me weeney who w s aIthe a t golked cQnfideutly ijffi chucs 1he convention it inJkOrganize toaay and prob ably the noninee will bo named by tomorrow rt GRANARY INSECTS mtectlaz Stared Grain BUnlphMo t Clrbcndv ll DeatiOthttJ In buUctin 182 from the M1C1Zgi 8 WASzi iJtnrjLl collcgeijBbtiMt OaPjijis raafics thcso suggestiowcouoor- uroofthevommoulM nua1 isttNeerpntr9tdPiD Thesecond point to1el member ia to cicmnSe fiina and gran uriJharoughly c1cJi yer b2flrO l1myll- J ipecsureIA 7 J saIphide of carbon or somo such gas JbefdrO tho new grain is pat i1 It will eret less anti cnuI better done beforer itfib bi8Pirtino Ticro 1ouIy cp1lCticl1hnethbd by xrhich sre rid the grqnaiy of tho most uf to Insect pests after they Sro and6jatbon This clear liquid is very rapidly conveitjHnto gas on being exposed to tho air Owing fo its Leiag heavier thi4 aErJttEcttlpa rapidly through the grun apct quickly permeates thQ whole cit It is highly inflammable and plbsivp when ignited and cdre must be observed in kc pi ill light and fire from the gas or near where iti1 con liuggistsrnrolykccpthobiimJphidenf i ggistelm be ordored by jtmrielf from some wholesale drag house in ono cf pur larger cities If iiisepb arc presentintcj grain and tit J dezirel totreat thorn with the H Eulphido of carbonfirst consider whether thff granary or thp bin comparatively tight If it is very loose and cannot be tightly closed it opcnQrldI cssary ttf remove tbj grain to receptacle np the gas will escape hcrl qnickly cad tholusecta willmerely bo jjtupcflcd Wheat bias and bins fer tightenpnRbjkcts thrown over tho grain may servo as tovers When the bins containing the grains lire light a pound of tho bisul lOObnshelsiifbiaVl or I3 pounds to each ton of grain insurer and heroisnodaggcrjof injury to thograincithef for food or for seed wHcnnsedatf this rate The liquid may ubydistri6may also bo placod in open dishes or oil an absorbcnVsachijaa cotton batting ii yheyo it wm cvaporato moro filCrwJy md last longer WUqro the grain is oro than lour or jive feet deep in the jjin portions tf thq iisulphido should beputdowa bear the middlo of tho grain and about every two crihreo feet apart A picco of gappo will bo rait ablo for this purposa Insido the gas pipe should bo a cylindrealstick that ran bb drawn oat of the pipe ns eodii Wt t itjs pushed town into thograin aHifar as desired and Iiianth bisnlphido can pbnred docrii thp gaajpipe Afjcr tbo7lf nid has been applied rcoveri tho gS oa quickly as possible and Joave it covered for 24 or 80 hours ift 1 when it can boopcned np and aired A V second apiJlicajtitp may bo found ileccu v gary in a mouth or two after thq llratt is made The bisulphfdo of carbon will kill mice and afs that may bo held in lWDutlitinbaledl i nqibmgedqjudgtuCottoa scoci lop iStrlac Iollowingconelusiops tised meal isfatal t Iicgw1ieizlfC I in st1flieit qunnity ttho obi amouiit required to prjvcfaFalbeuiigin this cnso t OctLmeal ration for hogs materially ii d and fhc1PCted WQ gains over corn 5 and l1ylu1ilcdaeaked 12 hoorabtfofo feeding gvo no ad vantage Itt gaW flScr fiirfrt Jtc injir3niisdshdLIedT3thogs running It t1iattIet Fousumiiig 4 to1 ptund f ot 1t Jf gxr t- y1 Sfi j r7 I L lf A UCCEssIiOne of the most tlfbrpugbjy onjoyabld entejjiairnieftts of th- ecbarectercr given in Spring tt1d +was the orator tal coolest at ilJCo r House last Thursday- eveniuggiven under thODU spicfes ofthe Chanty and LiterS ali club A brilliant audience cow posqd ofspckitypcbple of this place as wellas from Lebanon BaTKlstown end neilr bori n g points The piogramma was Inters red with vocal and ins trnmenal yplections allweB rendered butthe greatest ipterest was centered in the oratorical contest This brought ouvfour candidates for the honors as follows Miss Durr tt of BloomHeld Miss Clark Danvill Miss Me MUJen of cjoxville4Tenu and Miss Spauldng of Debanon A3 eachof thevoung ladies Appeared in her particular part the appiause froin the audience declared that it was she wtitf would certain win the prize so thorough an artist did eachII onesetito be It was evident that each fair contestant had her particular fnends whye oll bad won admrersfrooi the au dience Mss Durrett was the first to appear giving a recitation full pf pathos and sentiment and wen Snitedfto hec particular style She was loUdly applauded Miss Clark name next and gave a recitation entitled Sap t rifice Genius in which there wes ampef opportuuiiy for a display of that dramatic power of which that young lady see jis to be especially possessed Miss Olari has an excellent voice anti ber dashing yet gracfull manner wakes Lpra striking figure before n audience She also showed tier versatility by giving some humerous selections from James Wnitcomb1 Riley and an Irish sketch which caught the audience vivaIcionspiece abpnt a poor and fyfsLSWtiethart leXicanlcvcri uLlanol vEscapado followed up with a little song without rrjosic entitled In Miy Misa McMUlon has a winsomo manner pdacerlaiu charm about her acting that would some day win her lime stould she try the stage as a profession Miss Spaulding recited FJ5I log Jims List Leap and was quite ilramatic in her descriptioo of the thrilling scenes in the piece coDtcstlwere anon Rev Jr FCellar of Bards town Mfs Loifie Hughes of Blootufield Miss floefertnan of Illinoisand Miss Florence Hines of Springfield Av o after retiring for ton 3ultatiQn returned and Mr Cooper afieran appropriate little speech announced that they had decided after much deliberation lo cive the prize to Miss Clark The prize consisted of a handsome silver toilet and case TheoJjcrs who helped to make UD the avenings entertainment were all good Miss Jennie Craycroft and Miss llowardeach recdored difficult pieces oh the piano and Miss Willie lCcott sang have sighed to rest m9xvery sweetly Mis Bevil of Lebanon accompanied by MisaCaia piano and Ernes Mansfiqld yijlirj s ng pretti y Tho quartet by Mrs Ray Miss Its uid Mesrs Clements and too was also good tttla Misses Babd McUhord and Mdaghor were quite cute vchilesfnging unahine af Par adise Allev TheMea her child who has been reared at St Cath erine J3 quite i rernarkableper- former on the piano for one so small and rendered a dfficult piece in a way that might hwe done credit to older ones Tho ladies of the charity club deserve credit for their excellent ana ernd1tjor tho entertain moot acd we understand that they are preparing to havo sojnething wore tnt similar character iin the near future lgoldSnilierIaudsliaglc j PcrsonaU VT1pPP medliail1rorercncn lnckI- Aq any pornn nflhIt tcHTvHh any hpccli 4thrpila or do1PftO lnean peLIflr Jtflolr tfttI Address tIp lfll VlUftITm l rlpJfl nflI iwreadns Q to Iit td2it IJtl1nwnl 5 cu4o tesr1nrastrict 731t1 l jfi t r r IMARVESTING SMALL GRAIN Redaction of Labor With Improved Ha cMnery Cutting Vheat Self Bladars Improved harvesting machinery has reduced tho labor of caring for small grain after it is ripo so considerably that tho acreage is determined more by the prospective prico than tho cost of production Tho pony binders the new 12 foot binders the header eta are no longer confined to the great jvhoat lo calities but lire used daily by thousands of fnrmers In certain localities old methods iiccesfeirily remain in vorjuo because the rough lland docs not admit of using improved machines but tho farmer on tho prairies of the central west who does not judiciously select the most improved implements is destined to fall out of the race Tho low prico of wheat has discouraged many farmers but American Agriculturist gives the assurance that this grain will still re main the money crop cf a largo number for many years Oats are almost equal ly nuproGtriblc but they are such an admirable Iced for all kinds cf live titock that n largo acreage will always be seeded Rye stapds the cold so well enr11Ii saysIis sUipo but beforo it has become hardened that it cannct bo indented with tho finger nail This will bo governed somewhat by circumstances If the straw is wanted for bay tha cutting should bo done whilo tho crop is yet smalllanddo QImurky or rainy great care should be csercised in cutting grain at all green or molding will take place In this case it js best to lot it get thoroughly ripe oven at the risk of having poor straw and come loss from shattering- In most localities grass seed is sown on winter grains in tho spring cr upon Ioats In this case it pays to cut the grain no early as possible Of recent ye grass secxl Bpcms to catch better wheu sown oft oats ground and xvell covered Just why this is so cannot be easily ex plained unless it bo that the deep covering cf EOil enables tim plants to gct a good start with largo root development thus making resistance of drought possi ble Oat straw is much prized as fecdr which is another reason this should bo senIit intotho barn without its being ex posed to dews or rain If Out with a mower and allowed to euro before slicck ing the highest quality of grain ii se cured This method however ia so In porious and the beards disagreeable to haiidlo loose that the crop is now largely cut with the self binder Iud trrtitecl much as wheat Where shocked in bundles tho grain is apt to bo off color Self binders havo boon improved until 1it apix ars iJiat littln more can be demo Ito make then do moro efficient work SmaH two hco machines are con strnotcff for the ufs of farmers withIrough land or whei area small grains is limited These nrc pro vided with roller and ball beari ps and run very easily They do good wcrk in any kind cf gin On the other hidthere are a number of 12 foot binders on tho market which an also be used as headers Thcsodo wall gvea in the heav iest grain bintfing thq great ruass cf grain with caab It is pasHed bcforo the team four horses being rafHeioat to propel it With n Utile alteration tho grain can bo headed and ran into a wagon instead of a binding apparatus Tho throe horse macbinea kovcver continue to be tho favorites and cut the greater part of tho grain These have partsIperfectly They will work on ground too soft for an ordinary reaper The construction is eo simple that nny one of average brightness con oparato them Zlnlchlot to Kill re ds A email patch of quack grass or Can ada thistles can be more easily killed by mulching than in any other vny Bury tho young jllunta heavily with straw bonding them down so rs to make a long spindling provth near the ground If any come through the straw covering do not cut them oil qr pull up thstalks bnt bend down and cover deeper If this is done faithfully for ono summer tho rcots will bo completely smothered before fall It is much easier und cheaper to dcatioy a Email patch inI this way than Ly cnlrivatinjc which cnly breaks up the rrots and cansos each picco to prow with now vigor In fact even whero coltivation has been tricd as u remedy wo hare ol waya found tho best by covering each green shoot with moist noil so rts it appears above the Burface Auitr Lean Cultivator Cucumber Hectics As soon as tho plants nro cut cf tho ground they aro at tacked by little rtriped beetles Lso no limeto destroy thorn Wood ashen air slacked lime and coot are popular r5modicA There are farmer 1IlC11tJjJI lutilt butsha11bivcnhtivaliou Kep tho ronUljcoughly lone tho first of the season as the plants will soon make runners so long that cultivation will bo impracti cable If the weather is droughty use soapsuds disbwatbr and all slops from tho house to water the vines HARVESTING ONIONS Directlohs Given ID n Parmnrt DnIIetIn by nortlcnUarlst 1LL Watts Onions should be promptly harvested at maturity Harvesting should begin whit l most of tho necks have turned yellow and arO considerably svith red Although therd is geuerallyetiil quite a number of green tops when the main crop is ready for harvesting the bulbs UeIInlonfpostpOnethobsrvostlng ou account of a feW prcou tops If loft too long in tho 4iij iirli1wtn t1trrit L i i j specially if tjtcro are fmiuent erg nUll the quality of the bulbs is in jnml Prompt oea in harvesting is not theh1UlElJmtblKIsy followed as case crop usually matures at a dry season The pulling of the crop is not an ex pensive operation if tho bulbs are largo gronudI nroIleft in thaso Windrows until fully cured which will reqnSo from a week to ten ct1r1iug rnkediicaules them to decay rapidly special precautions being necessary in this re spect with foreign varieties- If there Is danger x f a rainy season tho crop may be cured in open sheds or on a barn floor Tho bulbs of whito va rieties must ho handled with greater care than these cf the red and yellow sorts If tho rays of tho sun aro very hot tho onions should bo gathered in piles each ecntaining enough onions to make ubont a barrel and then protected Ly thin layers of straw This will prevent tho sun from turning exposed POI cropisdesired and preperly stored All weeds And refuss should bo removal from tho plantation and if possible a fall crop grown on tho huid Celery is highly profitable to follow onions where tho soil is favorable to tho growth of this vegetable Coupons or turnips may be sown or n TOP of pickling onions raised TJie Clilueh Bos Trenching anti other obstacles to mi gration do good in preventing tho hnt from seeking now fields to conquer but do net save the fields in which n foot hold haa already been secured Tho chief perrdaueut reliance however in Becnriug immunity must lie in Rood tiiysThobcrrates in its matured form As cool Weather approaches it hunts up a place to pass the winter By preference it seeks piles of leaves rubbish old hay stacks and other similar places of refuge Cold seems to have effect upon them and if frozen solid vhen they thaw out again they are as lively and us ready 1fcl business as ever A great deal can be done toward keeping tho bus in bounds by cleaning up tho farm in the fall gathering tho rubbish in piles to be burned later after tho hibernating bags shall havo taken refuge in them Fence corners mid out the way places should bo attended to fcr it is these spots that form tim favorite retreat of the bug during the winter time Strawberry Culture It is to bo noticed that there arc some points of difference between strawberry culture of the south mud that on northern farms These are due mainly to the differences in soil and climate A crop is fatcurod rcuth much sooner after plant ing than viith us oven thought ve no potted plants Then northern growers usually let better results by giving level culture uistrartof growing tho plants on ridges The Itt varitli tciean else these net prrl ly rihe fnutiiig season tco is kngVr in Florida mid seems to last longer thai it in profitable to pick and ship the fruit The southern Growers often tuffer from late frosts as do thcca at the north But with the im prcvedmct1r of shipping and greater familiarity with tiio needs cf the north eru markets tho Bravbcrry crop must lot only continue to be n profitable one but yield evt n greater profit to tbo in telligent cud lircgrcssivQ grower Ru ral New Yorker J t When to I1l1dltCcel To handle boeswilh tno best satisfac tion select tie wnru right days when tho bees urn flying freely Tho fact is tho warmer the day tho less danger of tings Avoid us much as possible work ing with them on cool cloudy days as they ill bo found more irritable Dur ing the honey season bees can bo han died withoRtprotectiou as safely as n liroul of chicknns They should not be disturbed very early cr very late in the evening perhaps from 6 oclock lu to 4 oclcck p m are thfe best hours to manipulate bees and the urarrr 12 oclock in the better Bees should net bo molested at night fer nt no other time will thoybe found irritable Texas Farm and Ranch Hrlcf fllentlon In an average season Red Knfflr corn will mature in about 12 or 14 weeks According to Farm and Fireside Bpnrry is not adapted to clay soili It is now reported that evaporated po tatoes to U put ou the market aunt in by 1Accorrling1 Tho cowpi a has lxon planted and pruifictl iu Ohio and Michigan fore attention is given to tho flax crop iii the Uocky mountains and Pacific coast states than is generally known Western lisnus is becoming u lead hut alfalfa growing section The winter rye crop is out of growing importance in tho sjato of Miouesota Dronhtffndcr cf oaltiva tion the farmer can do littlo for the crnp during the time cf actual Ordinary cultivation is of droughtI little benefit during n prolonged son Its most pffcctivo work iis before the dry rppJl sets in No matter what the value cf till crop mid no matte r how much this vulno is concentrated oil small areas cf laud thorois practically but little to dcuo to savetho crop Irrigation thcuhl ho used ns an insur nnco against the loss cf crcpi A BhuiH pbud fed by a windmill would often save garden or a small area cf a valu able crop frcni destruction or eat in jury during a dry season ARt1nl port able farm engine which would bo avail able at other times for cutting feed throEhing grain and other farm purposes could bo used to drive an irrigating pump during the dry reasons This wcntld bo particularly valuable Jar bacco truck and other crops whichi are grown under o very intensive systemci cultivation Gambling in bugluuii says b charmingly grave Parisian contemporary U so prevalent thatruoddihg uoticcs illf cpntfliiithe words K o cds i jjtt FOR iiGo 0 If you pay now youcan ge youi County Paper I he NEWS LEADER FOR ONE YEAR New Management Hew Features New Dress Newsy SpIcy 0rlgluaiI Independent t And an Indespensible vis itor in every household Help us with your dollar and we will give you a paper of which Washington County will be prc- udFOR s1GscWe LEAI KH and the Weekly Courier Journal for one year- NEWSLEADKU and weekly Com mercial for 81ti5- NEraLEAiKU anti Cincinnati Enquirer for 81 KEWSLHADEU and 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tlmrc ular eulwc Iptlon prict w the wtnR will be scnt free 4f barge for one year a copy of the LrfnlsvlHoWooWy Cfeinmcrcla t71i large 6tolamu p3rt1Jled with more no tlirih any otherr mctropolhnnAvcckly Absolutely Cprrec Makt Reports lpV87 year old and Jiavo used about a of thocoUBli and lung roiiieuics that tavo beenjolt during uiy life und fur tho benefit of tho suIT rlng1 will say tnat I hove never OTdany rqniody that 4tn13 Dr Boll l Pjijgjptr ttoftfly n JHes quick a11d permancnttflllef In t erIppO M well ak other ctxighs Wo keep it In our hoUHtyilU aaapdxvuuhluHit be without If 1tif A4J1o ian 100 Fourtli St Inilncah Kv for sale by Havdon I6bertJnu fl Siitlicilaua8 Kngla Eye Salvo Cures 4 McKenna WhiSkey Vhis cclobrated brand cf whiskey I kcrp fjr eale a t ytpdmalce n specialty of it fur Jamjjyan3 for ei1tcinaIuSt tf C A THOMPSON irneAnIde1itA lu Joar de mal brtllton WraIth Wr II JOHN WUDEJUUl FntAItnr 1fC blat 01 for t rIIfOPrtm ollrr I f e atoUo wantcI J s Subscribe for lh TSEYS LEAD 8 only i aycar i II IToij Losr eI1ifl ate 1i 17 Aeries A Home Savings Building Lpdn Also ciatibru JjNV AqNDEBS JJ 4 WJuriED5p6QQ poniida ofwool Highest each prlco paid 5or same OwiNNoILtI DUNCAN Justrocpived at McObord Robort son ono ot the best lines of shoes every brougbt tDtovm TO LET OnBhares J a lotp f second crop of orchard grass for bay r 1oocGILLIIf njiProm piy dour miles East of iSpririgfleldi Qno red heifer weight aboni 700 pounds I jAME5F4HAYpS tIFbiilSarar Houses ajid1 grain land on fpurjfarpis For particnlars apply 4tb OOfpGILt Bpriflgfleiay KyI In GOBGEYOTJLNG hSJjjust com pleted aveVynpat cottage residence 1tfflb non iyen e next tp ilrs ILeacbmans Some LOSTTwo old tnfkoy hens with 32 young 9nes and all gray turkeys also chickens with them BF FaNWiok n OBTTwo4prfiis5ith about 9oacreat1 koil wJie t ai corn on each place For particulars apply to JjI t Qp MpGiit Springfield Ky LoST A yearling Jersey heifer dark moose Colored wjth mealy nose finder please JiOturn tom lat toll gate on Springfield and WillIs urg turnpike MRS MAO WnAtLEN Lebanon Fair Aug 25 26 and 27 Three trots and three paces each aft ernoon Floral Hail displayinorning of the first day Handsome show rings each morning- SprIngcleaiilng in the house is im portant and to cleanse the human system fIs even more so Neats Lax utivo tones one up cleanses and regu Jafes the bqwels liver and kidneys For sale 60c a bottle by Haydon rRobertson ani Waters Browne NOTICE There will be a meeting of the stockholders of the Bloomfield red PerryvDle Turnpike Company held at Texts Aug 23 1893 at about I odoclt j n fiJ ONAN fV Secretary WB acknowledge tho receipt of a complimentary to tho Nelson County Fair whicTi btius Sept and cOn Untie8avJ3 days Bardstown is always counted on is having one of tho big gest fairs in the State and they offer a good program this year A BAEif on the place of Wm Mares four miles from town was destroyed by fire Fridaynight together with bushels wheat 110 bushels stock liDI 2 tons hay 10 bales of straw and a lot of harnesa No insurance Origin of fire unknown THE Washington County Teachers Institute begins hero pn Monday of next week A program full of inter eat and instruction has been prepared Superintendent M G Loachman tells cs he expects a Tiigc attendance of teachers and those wishing to prepare for teaching ii MIllS CLIFTON GREENE of the firm of Marks Greene was in Cin cinnati Jast week where he purchased a new lot of machinery for their mill They have In now a complete line of wood working machinery 1and are prepared to do first cfasswork In that line AT a negro dance given on Saturday night on John Mays farm in MariOn county between here anti Lebanon Geprgo Mays shot and killed two me and wounded a third Charles Warner nI stepped on the dress of Maya partner it is said and the row was started Mays fired three shots kill- Ing Warner and Charles Pipes and wounding Bud Hardin The shootist then made his escape Hardin has since died making the third victim of Maysgun TIlE following from the Carthago Mb Democrat tolls of the death of a former citizen of this county Jef ferson T Nantz died at the homo of his daughter Mrs SE Muratta at 917 Clinton etrqet Ho would have been 90 years of age the 27th of this month He had been very feeble for Some jtimo and the severe weather was more than one of his ago could endure The funeral will occur today at 4 pm from the family residence and the intermennt will toko place at Park cemetery TnERswera bold bad burglars in tqwn last Saturday night and they got Jn their little work very successfully on one of our business houses Sunday morning early Mr Iko Curry who was in the rear of his store noticed something aljfiisa with the back door of his neighbors McElroy Shultzs store Further investigation revealed the fact that a panel lad been cut from tbcrdOor and an ontcehai boon effected Tho safe was found blown open and tho contents scattered wbtfe pistols knives ancfrazprs from rthoehov caaes wero fgunasaaing TnQknoo of theBife nad been broken off and powder had been poured into the Jrole lcftT4o explosion Bad torn i the safe door oft Ib hinges and left the contents exposed Fortunately however there was but 523 in the safe atiho time This tho robbers took bul disturbed nothing else Au tloIflue razors and number of pocketknives Several cartridge boxes had been broken and loads for the pistols taken The loss from tho raid is estl mat d lit about 8160 There is no clue to the robbers No one in the neigh bprnood is known to have heard the explosionand no suspicious charn tore wero seen on tho streets that night On Tuesday last some of the boxes which had contained tho stolen pistols were found on the railroad near ppe Run trestle between hero and Bardstown showing hat the rob be1 had gone in that direction PERSONAL4 MiasBpllo Baker is visiting friends in town Mr J G Mansfield is very ill typhoid foyer ofII C R Grundy made a business trip to Louisville Tuesday Miss Ella Hagan Fairfield is the guest of Miss Katie Cain R H Edeten Bardstown was up to the Fair last week The Misses Brown of Bardstown came up to the fair on Saturday Miss Clara Walker Louisville is visiting the family of J Y Mayo Mrs W C McChord and Mhis Annie were in Louisville Tuesday Mrs F B McBlro spent last week at the home John Y Mayep Clifford Roberta has returned home from a visit to Covlngton Miss Bessie HugheBBloomneld is here visiting her sister Mrs Ray Miss Annie Tom Spaulding spent the IJair w e1 with Miss Flora Mndd Miss Ella Adams of Indianapolis Ind is visiting Miss Zelma Thompson Miss Edith Olements Louisville ia the charming guest of Miss Lydia Duncan Miss Mayme Pigg one of Bards towns prettiest girls is visiting the family of C L Price Miss Anna Cornock Louisville is here on a visit to her cousino tho Misses Simnrs ftnsa Saiife Boslej Lebanon a weeks visit to Mrs W afterI returned home on Momlayiasti Dave Walker Louisville took in our Fair and visited relatives in the county last week Mr Latrrenee Timmins StMarys was over to the Fair List week so the littlu boy tlYfJ1 Miss Georgie McMlllen of KnoxI villa Tenn who visiteij i Mrs Sweeney has returned home Miss Nellie Litsey and sister and B B Loachman and wife were at Mrs Will Thurmans during the fair PoS Raywho had been spending ten days at Tatham passed through here enroute to his home vttf Louis yule Mrs Clel Buchanon and Mies Mollie Harris of Lebanon and Miss Edna Coulter of DadvilJe wore the priests of Mnj IJrcd Hagan last week 1YillclTennMiss Lulie Clark Danville Ky wore the guests of lIre Al McChord last Thursday and Friday Miss Susie Crquch Pleasant Grove LCbjanon here to take in the Fair and to visit his wife who has spending the month at her fathers Eliaa Brownej Miss Mattie McMakin BJpomflold Miss Beulah Jackson Eminence Bud Miss Bcbo McMakin Nelson county formed a party of prqtty visitors who were tba guests of Mrs Will Thurman last weekS NOTICE All prsQns having claims against tile nstate of Pranois Walls deceased will preaent aIdersignellT W Simms Jr Attorney B P SIMMS FRANCIS WALLS T E KUHN Executors df Praocis Valls C R HAHQN THE LIVERYAN- First ol ns livery outfits New buggies anti last ancI safe horses Jersey wagons and surreys for the use of excursion partes or drqmmers Toe most convenient itttwnLsT iRtFIEb Ky We Stay WiSfaY J We want it distinctly understood that although our competitor friends like for us to go away we cannpt accommodate them but stay right where we are andare now preparing to serve you better this Fall and Winter than we have since coming here But this is what we intend todo we will hereafter handle only Clothing Furnishing Goods and a full line of Shoes for everybody Going into the exclusive clothing business will enable its to show you a larger variety and to sell you goods lower than ever We are now offering our entire stock of Dry Goods Notions etc at exactly cost price and you should all take advantageof this offering to purchase all the goods you need in the next six months We are saying vou at least 30 percent on everything During this sale the prices on our Shoes and Clothing have been cut down to the hoe and you will miss it if you buy anything in our lina before gicingus a call Lookat everybodys goods get prices and then come tious and ifour prices are not lower than any you have seen we Wont ask you to buy THEa LOUISVILLE STORE IOriginators of Low Prices FINEI- TAILORiSi MADE CLOTHING IWe ae agents for M Born Co and Lamm Co Chicago Merchant Taylors who guarantee their work ComeIREADY MADE CLOTHING Vc carry the Iftjreit stock shown in town We aro overstoukd right now awl we wttt stll you a suit for almost your own price SHOES OXFORD SLIPPERS Our stock of Mpns Wompns and ChilJrens Shoes is com plete Mns liatton Sho3s Blucr and Tau Mens Lace Shoes Black and Tan Mens Low Shoes Black and Tan Womens Eutton Shoes Womens Lac Shoes Womens Qx fords and Womnns Slipeers Uhildr ns Button Shoes Oxford otIerll5pDRESS GOODS arid DRESS TRIMMINGS We arc still keeping up our stock of Dress Goods and Dress Trimmings and we can suit you from the cheapest Serges Mixtures etc to the very tiLe PaVisian weaves Coma in and ex amiriQ our stock and git pri- cesWALLI PAPERV Dont forget we are Headquarters for everything in Wall- Paper CARPETS AND MATTINGS The special prices we have been making on Carpets has in creased our sales one hundred per cent If you needanyihing ID this department take advantage of our low prices at once EVERY DEPARTMENT Wo will make the lowest prices in each and every departmeni for ths next Thirty Days that was ever made on equal values Wt have the goods and mustdisposo of them We want money and arp compelled to have it therefore profits will not be considered when a customer offers us Gash for goodsI CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN CLEARANCE SAiti f 5i i t In order to reduce our large t stock we will inakfthi t ysomer 1tt a- Latliea Shirt Waists 25 per cent less tbari rpfctrtakl price yr Woolen dress goods lortcssthan you can buy them otfiVwhwjr tGcc k our prices on them Ladies unit Misses Fine Oxforuslatest ttt low sjprices CVfr heard of Prices reduce on ahIfilreahoeBIcu J Fine Shoes Si 00a pair Mcns PlowShoes S 1 00a pl1irfJltdu prieR on Emerson 1 ii Fine Shoes tliw is thet miikn the United States and you cnn t8omo bargains in them CUT PRICED v In Mens Boys and Childrens Clotlife VU M p We arc overstocked Clothing and we propose to mikepriceg oat tthe stock that will move itCome early before your siteiS gone Full line of Mens Summer Coats and Vcstsat reduced prices Toclojje outs our stock of STRAW flATS wo will sltacat ntcot1tvilLp yjoi well to make your purchascsbf ueas we offer b gain a cveryfiai four departments V U 7 P if C S r MQCHoim ROBERTSON l 0J J 1 JOHN W CRUME BRO f LEffDIliG LI1LRYN Mt LeB1 NON KY ffiii tSTABLESpclaing Avenue and iUrry Slys Back of Norris House JIPit4 j COOD VEBth1IEI F1RST CLASSBtll lE i 1jSpecial Rates to Commercial Men Safe and BeJiable0riversii fyr Q Washington Country rade Solicited i6 r SPRINGFIELD SAW AID PLAHINI MjLL MARKS GREENE lOpsf C4u MANUFAOTURERS AND DEALERS IN jR All kinds of Rough and Dr Bed lbeJL Sr MoudIsIs 1yiw i ings Frames Saah Doors Blinds Tpbicco Hpgsfiei d 4t4YpCypress Shingles Asine CmentPlasteretc i i Bill Stuff cut to order on 6hotNQicet mj 1s Cto t iF a paid for all kind j of Logs Call and see us and get prlceif I4I w i Office and Yard Jockey Avenue Between Mainland fiffioaik Lightning Hot Crops What Funny NomoiIVery True but Sold Everywhere Every Day Without Relief Thorn is No PayI What caiisos bad dreams In a qneston that Inc never boon sntisfuctority an swered hut in nine eases out of ton frightful dreams are tho result ofjiupcr foot dlKCfiion which n fow doses of vora SnrHnliilln will rffcctually remed- yIknVdohtytrv It today MWlJmnRMs WHITES CRE- AMVERfiUFUQE FOR 2O YEARS Has lodall WORM Remedies EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED SOLD DY ALL BRUOOIflTS I I elST LOttS Mnininn was tbnt asticnr plum yen just KIXO nio naked little Malwl Ko lear it wan of Dr Ayers Pub ricano tuny I have another Not now my denr ono or tho o iitco plUs la all you nood at present because qvory 1150 UjjlFoctivc PLYMOUTH ROOKS PLYMOUTIIROCKS EXCLUSIVELY havo some vory fine cockerels and pullots for sale at a reasonable price Also eggs In season n MRS HM liAN- Springfield Ky lverProfit Paying Stop li GetcurOreat CatalbgnQ and Buy era Guide Well send It for 15 cents in ttnmps to payrm tago or cxprcssige The Book a free 700 Pcges 12000 illusfrations 40000 descriptions everything that s used li1life teUb ypa what you ought to payiwhethcrybuouyofuc or not One profit from maker touser Getit MONTGOMERY WARP OriidnaloraollhoMallOnZerMeUiod iiiii6 MIchlan Ave Chicago Ramons Liver PlUs it Tonic Pellets jre a PoricefTtttatmout for Conatipation ce Silicusucs KxT One tjU a dose opt Bwoonpy U flr Aj San Jueo t qa18ystS UobJ CiiiInhi Bernrdy lh is the tint medicine I have over found thatNvould do mo anY pood Prlee6oc VV When Eby was iro gaTo hte Casnjrku When ibe wsa Child ihp cried for Ca oria f When gha feccama riio clung toCngtbria Y1 ttWhenahobllodMM ebot lWJk JJ Six wwtkH nao I BiifTcrcd with a very r lsevere cold was- taimp5tuiMAilbta pcnKj My friends air advised mo fn consult physician Kdtiorntr Cbii 1oorlaln Cough Congh lleuiedy advertised In ib St Paul Volks Zfltiirig I pnxiirctr betiIIiIjiii and after taklnKlta shnrl whilo onltrely cured Inowmont hcnrtJIy ommond tills remedy t6 nnyono Mriffer IlIg with a cold Win KellC78 Seiby Avo St Paul IInnV oooooooo t g 200 A VISITr i o Is ptoysldanatuual fee AVVg 50 Cent bottle eii a Neats Laxative vJiltplt4ttemJnXtv cureTorpld and lUugJth Uftr Con tlpattonlieadacheclc fleaMBtand fi g jandC oooooooOI OIO iB Xtadklcn1 Arnica Salve Tho best wilve IfltbitrbrldorcutFI i oriilses sorCTi jilcojn sIt rheum fAver tsores teUor ljIipp hand chllMalns r eoissnd alikln rpt1opnd peal tiveiyeiikespikor tno PlIylfrtulrck It Is guqr ntcr l tOfllVd enllsfuctlon o 1AlPt inoney rtf unficrt Pike ffr bxfltZ L ItbIlnydou 4 Hobertson Umlr btofi e eP taP J iI ITflQttff mtEYE U1 i 1V t f i IITET 9 J JCUR S 1i THmaHlffi f rIA SUR cd CCRThU4tZ i kflOWflfI5YOrVti I fIC Di S W1S 4 HiiI frrutrn ill 1N JJ 0 4 z f- TTiTt w I i t tl liS t J dJ llr NEWr Li1JEthr 15a7 tlwt you imvo triml Worythlng for your rheuinatiau until JpS have tztkortAvertjillIa IlundicJa Iit4ioen cured of tliia complaint by ctbeusa oh tlieeo PIKa tone TleyiVer Vl8rk1IiirttJ 9 l 1NENoN lOUNT pAlnr sTH UUS DAY SEPTliJSOG rl About tbp Jioar pf Soclocfc pm t EiarTdW thq preniiBes we win offer at ipuiaic saloj Jbe splendid farm kndwnl ytheJobn MxBell tract but more recontlv as tim Elijah Stonofarm y4l4t1i11thot northern part of Nelson poanfy adjacent to Iho lino of Spon c county and fronting immediately ethe Fairfiold and Louisville Turn ikeTl about tbreo 3 m1108W0- 8t1F4Jrflold and twelve 12mlles o r3rdjtown ThIs farm com f1 f grise abQut acres of land 300 of Wwbich is lagrass 30 acres of woodland und the remainder of 70 acres Is in a lilgb state of cultivition The farm Ipveitremely wen Stored vtho East tFork of O xts Creek traversing the iVlfront portion lpqnan4ji4iprthgs being on the other portion Qbe awelllng house ntins 7 rooms nd l3tpdmfprfctble suWtantial frame f lUlng In good order The Onthonfles carriageiconqg 3ousIn fact all necessary build k1torQ well equipped farm and desirable homo all being in 1ltchisa 4tion TJiere Ja an ordiard of aboot 4 acrei full bearing fruit Tho Krea ef portion of tarn being table v Ipnd and by reason of its altitude ia fmost desirable bomb health etand 7s point The neighborhood a superior 1one and the locality considered by mariy as the choicespot Nelson TERMS One r hIrs1 cash pr the qaiyalentl ho balance in one o two J years eqdw pavmente with interest J Iii ft emototime for any particulars addVess or 6e Bernard Stor e orJ D xDuncan 1a1rfle 4 Kyt or W P V1hiLeaide Bloomfield Ky HEIRS OF ELIJAH SNEdeod sJu1V 8tb 1896 1ltiyouroos1ghtls perfect dOll rcrid this unless you know of somo one who has soroejcs hen you can do them a fayor by seeing and tolling and llet thorn ifedo thebeitoving We do tim pylng if notta trne utborlnnds Eagle Eyo tjalvajnailnq croatny snow white pint Jihenfput up In alrtltfht screw cap tuikjs and sold for 23 j by all dealers It ijjfM knuwritiIro nIiquttJio land as the bcesrana btxickcst faAnicMj euro Tqruiiv torm ot sore oye or rranuiated lldsj Mycs etc Fcores of people tilalm that It fin saved their eye sight jilt hont do toiorundtIij lLiU1ddTIto EESuthor1aud Medicine U 1dui lLJy dtirl by Haydon J rtDruggists riio enormous sales of Sutherlands Eagle yolyo la evidence of the won derfnl merits of valuable ointment put uj so attractively iu tubes and sold for everywhere f J PUBLIC RETIG 2t v6n Scpiembi 5th 89dat 2 co clock pm oh The promises about 8 miles Iort1iof Springfield Ktve will offer1 fbtllcnt to tthe highest Vnd best bidder the IT Tv hi erritt lands ihownaa he nome place containing about 820 acres 60 70rJm grast i anti the Ilarter Place containing bout20fOacres40acre8 nfwhich is togo in corn and about 40Jn smalL pram the balance in gross There isa good residence tind ample outbuildings upon each ilapc Saiditeriting will be trom jaiSy l t1897 to Jan 1st 1898 but seeding pMiges will be given 7 this Ia1eS with approved I fBiqunty will be required from jhe inter Any other information 4desircdmaybet obtarncd on day of eale or fiotnthenndersinc1 Gt D uoffY lFMsnmTTlThe Otohclte Orange ofJcccbtthoOfftlieitobninBaIs green follngo alone iLls qpIant of un itloadsofbripljtj aleantifnPspcchneir indocd It fSI1 dwaif morethauaiidfruitClQ n t moro tbcb fmonth6Ic1 as thrifty as fivejJDchi present qnarfera for eomo tiintf to cow It4ioomsrior thisrcnol ayxnSt nroPurcthenjrown4 fight to ace a plant bearing a load of- tipeuod fruit eppplcmqitcd by tosUe vnmyttossomsfeocnre a yopng plant in the spring retbjram a reliable florist Mine never transpiantetilepIt given tkeFemithnde position de Icri E2 daysca1wintejviti glassI4howtrJugp aiM Ufccqminuesa8 beauti r fpI sad thrifty b ever A mfiiist ntnios bb I MJgwn I v tt ti 1 f oftJr c rarcoirvChurch Jluklc In Pure 1l4 great church music tvfiich ii fa borfer known fhau hi racu larwprk lie js Biill fuEl cf respect for hiS worlffi he Itflilso still dramatic Let dramatic with a difference He was fnar too great n man not to see the fine ells tinction which fcolish people nowadays are apt to ignore betwcen mlcred music end secular far too great not to realize that although sacred music must eXcite nearly nllthc emotions excited by secu jar music ox it becomes formal and un human yetit must excite them with a different object laud from a different motive or it becomes sensational and sentimental MnnyEnglish church rom posers hiivo fallen into tho first error and written music which as Mr Bar rctfr snyhis llike chaff for dryuecs and unlike chaff for heaviness Many for bign composers have fallen into thence oud Rossini for example Rossinis remark That hoknew only two kinds of music good and bad is exactly what might havo been expected from tho composer of hIS Stnbat Mater But Purcell steers n noblo course between the two extreme a In his anthem and iuais grcaftTo Dcumfl tho inunuscriptof which has been originalI covered by DP Bridge wo finest work cf English church music as well a3 perhaps the finest work of the master himself His connection with Westminster abbey was cot the only post of honor ho hold IJo was also organlstrOf the Chapel royal and composer in ordinary to the king and all this at 25 Besides tit sregular appointments wo hear of him playiug else where at the Temple church for instance on that exquisite ergon which for chastened and refined beauty has scarcely tin equal At tho famous contest between the organS build ers Harris and Smith which lasted for a twelvemonth and became violent that one night tho friends of Harris crcptin mid cut tho bellows of Smiths organ Purcell wds employed to play for Smith Perhaps it was partly owing iq him that tho instrument chosen by Judge Jeffreys cue by Hamsv Tcrnplo Bar nsfiunUyI Slam Sapphire tIDes The Paula mbesnro spread over au area six miles by iwo and consist 13 inininvil1agcs the chief tf cfI ore Baw Taka and Baw Dinco two are more than four miles apart they aro joined by an excellent road cut through fqrej5t nnd well drained Sapphires aro found nlirover this district The whole countryside is riddled with holes sunk in the red soil down to tho sapphire layer Formerly the stones were found quite pear tho surface but these places hayo long since been ex hausted although the Burmese still continue to turn over tho old heaps in the firm conviction that precious stones grow Now the stones oro found at a depth ot from 15 jo 25 feet in n red- Id ish gravelly layer cf varying thick ness up to 18 inches Tho pit sunk is usually 5 feet in diameter and either square or circular Soil is in bamboo baskets attached to raiscdI of jn balanced lever uud when phirp layer is reached tho stratum carried to tho nearest water and isI carefully for stones Not more than shaft in three pays fcr its working cx penscs but when the sapphire layer is struck the profits may bo largo indeed It is all a question of luck To dig and work out one shaft occupies two or three niep oho month Two or three Burmese generally go Into JU1ncrsbip und Lire Laos miners to work for them and sink thoTBhaftat tho rate 2 ticals 2s 8d per 18 inches Occasionally sapphires of Considerable value reward tho miner but the sapphires of Failin are of more commercial value because of their quail tity than because of their intrinsic cx- cellcnooLondon Times Air In tile lionea of Weds It is often said by persons who are not well enough acquainted with tho science of ornithology to know whether tbeyspeaktho truth or riot that the bones cf the turkey vulture are hollow nil chambers constructed as to admit continuous flight with but slight cf forton the part cf the bIrL Of late years it has bcccmo the general belief that the belles of almost all varieties of birds are simply air cylinders and that the lordly turkey vulture and the condor pnrtlcu1arIn order to get come scicntiflolight on the subject Dr Crisp dissected 03 species of birds great and small but found only 18 in which the wing bones were hollow and only one the sparrow hawk appeared to have the Tony air chambers perforated InDS others amined by jtho doctcr there were no signs of pie In tho bqucs although iu longiore that there aro but few birds which have been provided with natural air chamber and that in cases whore the provision is made it ia not cf such ma terial benefit as has been generally sup cibSt Louis Republic A GUtcd Genius The now reporter bad admitted that his knowledge of newspaper work was slight but as tim staff was short he was taken on That ho was a good man ho showed that evening in n style peculiarly his own He had been taking n late supper at all all night restaurant and some little controversy nrosG while he was there Grasping at once the fact that this was a news item he stopped not to witness the trouble but rushed to the cfflco SnIt gasped ho out cf breatli there1 a min trying to kill tho waiter over at tlc Australian restaurant Youd Letter send a reporter over thera fight away Louisville Commercial Tuberculosis has been found in the herd at the Michigan Agricultural col lege Instead slaughtering tho affect ptthemt make certain experiments lIth living animals It epfmstoui tiaaucI work Is just what wo need1 The tuberculin test In very exact Many animals ro jpond to it which nfter death are found slightly affected that it lis reasonable to suppose that they might have been rnred or practically sor b1the best buitary treatment We are rot by any oman I convinced that it is a wise plan rcspontt1hclaiming cunhiist4ie zL MIfonrcdcfI 9inbhojf canfki1e J bluslietl tJ fcrousns Mr t ll- ot 11 sindIanalsteraLtf1 W etoURAHilHY is a COmmon eu= plaint Mincng women especially The iost iriedjial Xreutiuonttor this dl5or Is a persistent course of jyerra Snn dOrt rilla to clditnse nnd Invigorate tlio rrhU being aeeoinptlHlicd nature will do t tho rest II j iPublic S le II4I4- Lrliursday 3N- I4 Sep t24 96 bidderi cnIiBeechland Ky convenient to schools and mill about eight miles north of Springfield on theaters of the Litlla Beach bo tween the Lincolns Run toni pike and the Waltons Lick turn pike and on a county road This tractsIbringing the must money will be the sale Toe first tract contains landta cOlDfur able dwelling house and barn The socond tract con sists ol 100 acres of good farm ing land has on it the family res idenpo a twostory frame with 0 rooms gocd cellar good welt door and necessary outbuild 1at s Privilege to seed this fall iven and possession given Jan uarr 1 1897 farm will be sold on If IThis of 0 12 and 18 months Tbt s B McAl lister is on the premises and wjll take pleasure in showing the farm to anyone desiring to look over it Sale to begin at 1 oclock pm B SEY Executor Neats Laxative for constipation Is simpln and wife For nil cges andl sexes toI hike tr limo ilvinNUt On it null take no substitute fiv n mttlo lit irinirlsts cichVt7B Y 1l FREE If t k- r Wo nave mnde arrangements t I for a limited number ot year jj Jy sobsoiptions to tho I fiII I HOME I Ir rIDrLAn illustrated monthly mapa zinc published lit Chicago and S containing Stcnes Sketches 11 y andl evorythinginteroMmij for the lionio y B For each now subscriber to jg the KKWsLiAbait who pays One Dollar CII sh in a lvance pS1 Z JBHBK g Our number is limited and J fir3t come first served Address communications no El L DRVI30M JR h PUIILISILEIt 4 e 2 ixrr v At this season of tliojinir llio blurln aiiHnino ii very trvin on tho ontl nervo and ott ousMIjCunnllLlcJ IIdl or sore eyes Hutherliuidd Eagle Salvo Is n positive iurxj tube ut nil doalcm Forsalo by llnydod it Robert wiii Druggists flttSIU- Small gniin is almost always too thickly seeded Tins is partly because too littlo euro is tukeu to Bxnro ked lxCt1It stand As a matter of fact most of the seed with impaired vitality will germ nato Tho rvsnlt is a crowd of weakly plants each injuring tho other and making n largo crop impossible Par better is the plan of securing aced has been tested r d giving it thatI room This advice is from American Cultivator and tho assurance ia given practicedthat otIlarger crop Ttncs Claau- csDalerIu thia age of the world mntuu horses is mighty scarce and a good one coraca high Prospective Purchaser I know it sir priceIwuutiu iiJ lriht J4 if VALUABLCATGt4 CROPS Rapid Grower and Qnlcl n atnrlne Taile tine S nOD tfliIds Each soaspji almost without creep tion crops can bo swn cu fields from which ryo nod wheat were harvested These catch crop must necessarily be rapid growers and early maturers While it is not advisable to tax the laud too severely catch clops ca often Le grown with profit without injury to tho toil Especially is this true when the wheat crop ripens early or has to bo plowed up after corn planting time Hero is what American Agriculturist says concerning tho matter Quick maturing varieties rf Indian oem havo been planted for fodder as Into as July 15 Plant iu drills with the ordinary planter setting it eo that one grain will bo dropped every six inches When the field has teen gone over double plant cr plant in a row between tho first rows Tho field will then contain twice as many rows under ordinary circumstances This crop will not need cdltivating It can be vil fr soiling or it can bo cut and cured as hay- Millets are also valuable as catch crops Germnuinh11ouid Hungarian grass ceo the most desirablosorts as tho largePreparesovingbroadcastor half to one bushel per acre allowing cr 70 diiys for full development If there is sufficient moisture in th6 ground to give tho plants a good start considera blo drought can bo withstood To muko good hay cut as scon as tho heads begin to appear Allow to lie until partially cured then rako into windrows and al low ts remain until thoroughly dried cut Then stack cr store in barns Tho puttingintoWhere a grain catch crcp is desired nothing is superior to buckwheat It furnishes excellent bee pasture as it be gins to blossom teiirly and continues if permitted until cold weather Plow the ground three or four inches deep and sow cither with drill or broadcast at the rato of two to fivo pecks per acre Rape is a pasture and soiling plant resembling turnips above ground but having no bulbous root As it is an annual sowed on plowed ground there is no rod so that pasturing by light aui inaft spch as sheep hogs or calves is most satisfactory Horses and cattle aro liable to injure the plant If the ground bo dry unit firm heavy stock may graze upon rape fields When first turned cu animals should not bo allowed to re main more than a fow hours for fear cf bloating also they should not eat large quantities while the dew isca The fattening qualities of the plant are greater than those f clover Sew cu rich soil nt tho rate of one to two pounds of seed per acre It can be sown iu drills or broadcast up to July 20 or even Liter should the season bo wet If the season is very dry at the time cf sowing tho plant will net flourish Fill turnips can bo sown 03 n catch lOp and thorcols preserved for winter forl6hNpdairy cows Tho principal growth inudo by the turnip is in the fall when tho weather ia inrist mid cccl Hot dry winds are injurious They can bo sown from the 1st of July almost to tho latter part of August Tho latter period ia usu idly meet desirable Alfalfa anti Chinch hog The Iowa Homestead furnishes an in teresting item concerning an alfula field near Topnka Tho seed for this was cal rroWjtugJuly 1895 a thee when chinch bugs were doing considerable damage to it A sample cf tho alfalfa selected at random aud pulled by hand recently chews recta 20 inches long mid a growth above ground cf 28 inches Au interest tug qmry vith Mr Rico tho owner cf the field at tho time cf tho sowing hall been whether tho chinch bugs in the growing corn would uot destroy the young alfalfa as fait as it tit hut Lo says they let it severely alone cud be now feels certain that alfalf like red clover is a crop which can be con sidered bugprcof Dah7ID Ia ltaDa50 Tho moro tho subject is given at ten lion tho lucre evident it becomes that Kansas possesses tho natural renditions lUdUS1t1culture to see moro of this sort of thing in Kansas Minnesota with a less number of cows than Kansas is marketing butter alone to lha value cf 8000000 nmm1 ally nnrt Iowa Las creameries ami chcoso factories the former Laving 80 000 patrons and making butter from 670000 Secretary Coborn insists that what those states can do Kansas with its wealth of grasses and grains can in time easily approach if net cur pass Fence or No Your Fenco or no fence for field crops tha- is the question Tho agricultural report of tho sfeto of Iowa tho greatest stock raising state of tho union states that tho niiunul cost of keeping up our fcios exceeds tho total sales of our j eIstock Tin total cost of fencing laud in most cf cur states cxcccda cost of all tho buildings hI tThoJUOOIwithwagon f SIR that stone for roans should bo unshed at state prison by convictsIA Prophet Uoaored at It sometimes happens that a prophet is most honored in lila own country and among his own people For example CongressmauPenuslyvauia avehuo car just tho day A little girl waswith thom aI little thing knelt O1ltthe soot her pressed against the window ipauo She did not see thE capitol at all till just as tho car swung around nt tbo loot of the bnudhJgllIwhoc1Oh umuiroar1 silo C1cc1tThero it vr r1aiaeyEoilioctl j i athING GItAYr- m THSSATE- KElJWITft BALDNESS ThDengtrILAvcrtedbyt1sing AYERS HAIR VIGOR Nearly fcrt Ears ago after some weeks of sickness my hair turned gray and bogiii falling out so rapidly that I was threatened JIearlnyAyersI commenced using this PIe l1fa tjon and was so well satisfied with the result that I have never tried other kind of dressing It stop ped the linirfrom falling out stimulated h new growth ethnic and kept the scalp free from dandruff Only an occasional application is now needed to keep my hair of good natural color I never hesitate to recommend aflyOf Ayerfi medicines to my friends MTSUM HAIOHT Avoca Nc- byers glair Vigor pnwAnrD nv t- OH JJC COI USA Au SCUaJHlrllla jtinorcs 1inpzeat NW is the time to subscribe ffr the NEWS LBADKR only 1n year cptlif jCTollc was used with rcrfcctancccs Dv en tory when opltlcnjlr almost as severe and dangerous astcsiatl Cholera Here lofore the brst clTrtrtsof the ino t ski led physicians luc fuilc l to cheek Its rnva gpo thiH rbmctly however hasfurcd the most malljnn f arcs toUt ofclllldren lld artnltf and undir tho most trying condition wliich prove it to be llio best inedicno III thQ worM for bowel complaint My 1tlo boy ulicn iwo vcarHof ngo Wilt iakrn very ill with bloody tint was ailvisecl to use haniborluinx llc liolom and Diarrhoea H ulIII ly lucidly procured PuTt nf a hot tie I arc filly reid the iliru ions and fff it ao nUnly Ill asvcrv low hut sowy and surely ho Uan to iiiipro c Kri jutly rooycrwl inul is row s Ou mill strong as over nor titi ralsf the roiie Iy half win tii lain vo uirv everyone in tho world does rot know or how good it in as ItlitlII LinuiS Hiiiton lirahainsxillo Muion county Florida TE PRESCR ace CUSHMAH3 tHESTHOL IHHALEH CCLOS UTAHIM JilE THROAT GRIPPE HEADACHE Cl tj Dtid cr throat Trti Daa4 uown seaIn s Sr Cet L4 onIru Htj41 s e- tI flPL hT tI u IJ r tlltrit 4ir iie sift r1Wllii ruinlair eII-SAItpr uiscisa iruw il iiTcnr no row ie1ei riL14Us95 11 ILt l4kSkittii- St swte S tss Oi-ynht t Shht b h ribIocrtp r IiI vSr u lkMIflfI EA S 0 54 IuIL ICV IilhS 5 55 r rtuhIntTrII I tid t IIc 1Sji u krvbrit trbkln iu ti U kin Currk Ie j n In4 iul ou hblt ii S14 a 55 CJCjA ie p V Mth3 =cemk rnk tMf ia414i a ftHIthi1l4hemSImti4n ms hla SiJiktI Bt1 Cm 5em Lili 114 =l5AS ItS dvII Shd pt t vi k u1141 tootikl u to ti ii s au OV1i Q1cap1 r IolltQI Gushmans Menthol lmII the uftst mmt od ocet reliable Special Repsmmendid Rcllera Fnln and RfJncc Inflammation OoirantrrtlVifiTtuitUOialon shoe ton ie4 ah otiiloipnt1 sure fagrt Onitiraia Menthol Balm nntnrcrvt miTlblni Isbtlng Just u This nalra LnrctK of Unit mrnt end the Jf cannot Idol your dmariit w for null IjMI dranUU CUSHMAN DRUG OO tr I heard of Dr Rolls Pino Tar llonoy being for safe at tho store of Messrs tiann Ihirnctt A Co Grantsbnrg and seeing ninny rofonunendatlonsfroii different pon oiis of its wonderful InI nlilo merits I thought I would try a bottle I hmo been seriously affected years with a rough and puma In m tilde and breast tlnt were causing mo nInlblf1lHc I srCnl hundreds of dol with doctors and for medicine hut everything failed until I trlotUthte won ilcrful remedy It bents the world and lots saved my life I recornmed PrjttoIiH 1lno Tar Honey to everybody yItlLwepk 1 lungs It Is a great sutccss J BKOSFM Gran tsburg IllISold by 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t Dont allow any one to sell yon wrything else on the pleavbrprbmii that it is just as good and will answer every purpose V T See that you get CAST0BIA Jf signature hOfao4m1I f t7 iAUisezevery riWlan1GPrOnildren Cryfor Pitchers CastoHai C COtnrfua nicer romtcrrr ixI Cd r = FARMERS HOME HOTEL IJOH r pitpfNn f f101l1Y Iff1i F i1 4ijJf TUOROUGHLY RiI ur jU D 1 A ROE STABLE A 1CTO wlTl1gorELb r 1 BATH pMi r1 4 400 t Sf BcstCnfl Dollar a Day SILLlEiTII ft i Ji7 It j t r f zliI t i t Ii = I 3 4J I I i 10 IV Fi-I l D RS 4 j VOur cq lp q s and Em jJ balmers line every lespecfc 41 Caskets and to thcciieap i est furnished fl a1 s day or DWITTDROPS iio I night and f CtiDn I It t ei nT I y uansays J merchants We fl li are tl1 tLOWEST 1 I RPET8 oil anything in 1 I II IIVe allweask to con ri l uro in showipfc 3S N whotheryouwishI JH t = l- A i rJ NG 1f j Cramps DlarmoeaRux Water Etc BREAKS UP A COLD HIAUII i f Iriis 1 tehe J4 IJlteaf J sAnimal aid t Tcsts iijEs Gi4 f tSxIUsGid SOUl ErERrw lEE 5 MO sOc Pat Borne Ko Kwtr PAT t J ijee site contain two half time u much ujc bottle JHEDICINB SMNOFu1U f ww4 ww Jt WOOL WOOL fThis Ii the best market ours Is the best homo to uhlp to Wo aulta Hbrtwi1Ii f tvnnccs on consignments Bocides wo havo hotter ueiUtle than other boss ia nvltn tV1 ninny Urgo factories to supply Vptet you the top nricc nnd pay tpotcwb Ii i va lo tvouug tlgCU1 snip all your wool cmd J1U171prectaco Ur W HERNDONrCARTER CtIJO Third Street or 013 to 310 Unrnll Court O THE N L RAILROAD 4socOn7 11 It takes passengers front the following station tq HEALTH ConstljjfiUo 1 Uirziuess Headache Vertigo Painlri the BacITor Side Sluggish Liver i i dneyTroaWe NEAXS LAXATIVE Ask for it VaTG up olhefj npr ifTECO LoMisvilisKy JI jy 2 f i i Jj