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could scarcely be credited by the best people cf the community who yare loth to believe that our county sneltered such men who vould far transgress all laws of peace arid order as to organize themselves itiwa bid of desperadoes bent en the destruction of property and perhaps human IIbfally as bed as they wese- repupetL firsft It 82ras that the ffrierance real or imaginary that these people uhye grows nut of the FrH turnpike a quesiiun On last orlIJtby the llw the roads have not yet been tbruwn open although the county authorities have beeti recently taking steps which lead to that end The people in cerItaia parts oL the county ever appear to have become impatient at delay and a curtain band determined tj take the law into their own hinds acd open the gates themselves 1lhe first move in this direction was a cordingIymade Saturday nlglt and a cavalcade of horsemen about forty in number made their way along several of the turnpikes betwqen here and 31oomtield and Bardsiown and destroyed every tolhgate in the rottte arid tried to terroiz the keepers thereof The Avery1 gate on the BardbI toRn pike was Visited and the pole chopped away The gate kept by Torn Jlem ents op tbe same pike near town was visited and the pole totn away and destroyed Mr Clem lents was aroused and told whut w as going to be done He very prudently forebore making any resistance against such numbers On the St Rose and Loretta turnpike ttere is a gate kept bv Andy Edgertou He was also visitei by the mob and the pole destroyedThe house on the Bloom field road ashort distance from town anl kept by Pete Borders was visited and the polo cut away Borders was ofdeted to come out of the house but did not respond whereupon a shot was fired into the bouse and tha mob moved on v At the gate kept by Alex Wells on the Lincoln Run and Poortown turnpike the party had the greatest adventure The gate is Icept or rather was kept by Alex Wells Mr Wells says that he bear the mob cottinK and left the house and crossed the road to a point nearby The crowd carpE nand on arriving at the at began to tear away tbe pole Some of tfcgm discovered Wells and began to shoot Wells received a load from a shotgun Several shot strlUh him one in the come ttieforeheadown shotgun and tired into the retreat ing crowd and thinks he wounded at least one of them Mr Wells has been in town since and says that hli wife who is delicate is frightened almost toH death and caunotbe induced to return to the toll house He aso will remain away Until something lis done ANONYMOUS THREATS 1 Threats have been made to different parties presumably by these same people to the effect that something would be done unless the toll gates were abol ishecUbut it was not thoughtthat such a disgraceful outbreak as ithetof Saturday night would occur An anonymous lletter was received by Jadge Thompson severaVdays ago which Said that iif the county authorities did not open the gates rigbt away that they would be opened anyhow A notice was tacked ou Mr Palmers Grundys front gate the other- night which warned him that it he allowed any more toll tobe collected on that roads that he had better look out let his Ihouse and barns Mr Grundy iis President of the Bloomfield turnpike THE FIRE Monday night the greatest excitement was aroused in our li tIe town by the burning of the tobacco warehouse of T W Mc jLaughlin It was at about 8 oclock and when everybody had pitchiover the news of the outrages of Saturday nightand mysterious threats emanating from no One knows where that an alarm of ffire was sounded In an iU5 ant almost every man in the town was on the streets prepared for almost any emergency ready to protect their hones if necessary It was discovered that the large jtobacco warehouse of Thofc W McLaughlIn was a mass of Fm and soon after the alarm was sounded the tire was beyoud ull diI a dollars worth of lumber in the yards orJ Walter Brown ad jpiu ing was destroyed but beyond that the flames were con lined to tho McLaughlin warehouse That thefire was of iucoudiary origin there seems but little doubt but whether Qr not the toll gate raidershad bOY hand in tho business opinions d liter No clew pointing to that has been found und we are inclined to think that the fire originated from some other source alto gether and that lowing to a pe culiar eircuLTbtadce it occurred at a time when everyone was on the lookout for tome further act ofJlecce from these men The loss will bi quite a heavy one Mr Mcuaughlin says that the house contained about 80600 pounds of tobacco and some orchard gras seed worth in all about SOjOOO He carried insur lance to the amount of 3000 The warehousowas uninsured and belonged to W II Leacbman It was valued at about 800- ARRESTS Two arrests have been madejpf parties supposed to be implicated in the toll gate raid One is Joe Settles who was arrested by officer John Urace and brbught bUlrayebondTbe who was arrested by Sheriff Ura croft It was reported that Mull r had been wounded but the Sheriff says that he CQuld find no wound n him when ar icsted The trial of both men has been set for the 21st lust but it is pot thought that there Is much proof against them The officers are making some effort to bring to justice the perpetrators oftbdf committedOutrages Saturday night bufiit is a hard task to getl hIborbood JUt j of Springfieldtandof Washington county are indignant over the outrage against our county and any effort to bring these would regulators to justice will meet Ibe the support of all good cit in the community A hacking cough keeps the bronoliial rubes ib n state of conHtant irritation which mayIeddprnmptcf Chorrylectomltho result permanent CORRESPONDENCE HARDINS CREEK From Our Special Correspondent We have quite recently had some nice showers in this vicinity making it very seasonable for fullI pastures and whentIOwing to the chintz bugs being still with us1 in abundance there is tome hesitancy about sowing wheat early or in fact about sowing much at all believing that they will be more numerous next year and that wheat seems to be their just choice A good many ol our folks have gono to Lebanon today to attend the tree silver fnlification Vinly the world round niul Tunny P T Barnura the great showc man who got rich on the credulity and gullilielity of the people once said that the American peoples first love was to humbug 8omebttlI tf they couldnt do that then their next choice was to be hnmbuged I think he knew 1 hat he wa talk ing about There is something woefully wrong about the affairs ofli this grand republic of ours and we fees itmnd know It but the question is will either one of these seductive yroroisca as made by the two donull hent trttellprotfction by one and IIbyII i fur the ills that now afflict us I fear not The trouble with us is there is much deinigo ery humlugery mind diRhonesty in our office holders mind offIce seekers antI unless we can rot that out we cant get things mush if any better UsO Dont think yotim nro inrtiniblo bo tauno Hie diKtom jailed If they known or Sutherlands ICiigle iye bmlj us ho tlo now tiny would have yu Frim nil accounlB ClinmborlalnV oucli Homed is a Qodxend to the uf IlicitcHh Thereln m advertisement about Jthlst wo feel just like nayiiuj it Tho Doinoimt Carroilton Kv ODDS AND ENDSITbcro ia uo directory in the city ottt St PctemburgtTho term hand usel in measuring1 horses raeaiis four indies t On tho 6th of July thocartlj i farther away from tho sun than at a y other time It In the first beck describing an airship the author proposes to ruiso a car byJ means of four copper ballpoint Boiubaagh says that only one hnlf of all tho human beings born into tho world live to roach the ago of 17 year History tells us that Galileis first telescopo was an old picco cf lend water pipo with Bpectaclo leusea glued in each entiThe French medical journal called La Pructiciiui says jbat on uverupp of 4847000000 persons dio in tho world during each ceiiturj A flywheel in Germany ii made eflsteel wire Tho wheel is 25 feet l diameter and wiles of wire were used in ita construction Those who think tho Barnum whito elephant story of n few years ago a fake may find a record invtho New York cm torn house where tho Hon P T woro that the uiimal was worth 200000 In England the first day of the nowr year celebrated by a particular drinka It is spiced ale facetiously known at- lambn wool though how it acquired inch a designation not oven tho phhloloc giftfa are able to guesx 1Intic which la QDlngpnal in shape with a lantern roof tho queens pew is In tho gallery iu tho dirislon next to the organ loft The household sit below the worn a en on one aide and the men on the other GEMS Of THOUGHT No peace was ever won from Into byt nbterfnge Rnskin jthel j Rashness iathofaithful but unhappy parent of jnUfprtune Fuller Life cannot aubslst in society bub1I recIrdca1neetonaJohnsou 4 l Pleasure won exhausts us and itself Also but endeajrof never does terI Political men like goats usually thrive best among inequaliticsLaU moved ndTcr correct tin the fume japent For every stroke our fury strikes Insure to hit omse1Tes at last William Pcuo L a I WITH OUR FARMERS Notices stock seed or grain wanted or for sale or exchange inserted this umn or FniTiiprs are requested to send in stock or crop Itcins for publication During the fiscal year ending June 30 tUe United States exported 331461 cattle and 491565 sheep against 331 722 cattlo and 402748 sheep in 189 The sheep ozpoat last year exceeded all formerrecords t t t Texas Stockman Inquiry for feeders for the fall trade Is opening up rather early Tho principal demand so far is from the sections of the graincropdemand is for one and twoyearsteers tryheiferssteer calves on alalf a during the fall and eajly winter and then finIshing on corn and and producing a claus of baby beef that people are always willing to pay for t t The largest mule deal that ever took place in this country says an exchange occurred at Salt Lakq City in 1660 when at public auction Ben Holliday bought from Uncle Sam 4500 read of big stout Iowa and Missouri mules These fine hybrids had been taken to Utah in the famous expedition against tboMormonB which crossed the plains In 1857 under command of Albert Sidney Johnston When the expedition proved a fizple andhcdbeen recalled the Qovermqent found it bed no use for so many mules and they were consequently condemned and ordered sold They were put up in blocks of fifty and sold atI prices rangingfrom ot6910Ga head Ben holiday had the jstoiE to pay lorI the stubtails and seeing a coeculation in them he took the whole cavallard at his own price On the first day of June the mules were started on adHve to California They were driven In bands of 500 a week apart add only mules were kept in Utah for sale there The mules were readily sold in California lots to cult purchasera at the average prica of 8500 apiece and Holliday cleaned up more thnnt 81000000 on the dicker which goes downj in history as the largest mule deal on record t In conversation with Horace MtansI one of the best posted tobacco men in Kentucky we gained much informa tion in regard to this great Kentucky staple He nays that five acres of tobacco grown on really good land and carefully cultivated and handled will give a better return than twenty five acres grown on poor land and indifferently cultivated But formers are too greedy and overcrop them elves and the result Is wormeaten and inferior crops and when it comes to market it does uot realize the cost of propuctton These beautiful bluegrass lands have been denuded of their forcnts and roduced to the level of the wasted lands of southern Ken achy Not only around Hopklnsvillo but around Lexington some tobacco has been abandoned to tho worms audt the attention of the farmers ia confined Ic o saving a portion of their crops the only pajtion that should have beenc planted In the first place The fnlyt effectual way of protecting tobacco J from tbo worms Is by cobat poison in Jamestown weeds Tne fly in this ways destroyed and concerted action amoug farmers would tho fly in a few years exterminateI watches the market will find 60 hogsheads sold under to every one sold for over that el0I which shows that proper j and proper handling are the nd not tho rule Onefifth of the land now in tobacco if good land aud carefully cultivated and tile product carefully handled would bring more money than the thousands of acres now devoted to the raising of toIbacco Lexington Gazette Mr Will Skihnan has lind sore eycaJ ur year iJo tins trjcd many doctors rftniudiex and has ulwaya fallwl ta got relief until wo sold him o tqlxj ot autlicrlnnds Eagle Eye Salve yhlcliI ured hrfii inoido of a week Dr IJollh PlnoTA Honey Bells well and cures quick j Respectfully M MKYKH A Co Hunts Ky SuthcriandH Eagle Ky e Sal vclina done great deal more for rii6tmnnm bo told by poa W H SKILI BuraiyA- im eye for an eye bud a tooth foin tootli is tho old Mosaic doctrine hut the doctorl of t day save the oycalgUt by applying tu1rlaiids Kaglo KyeJ Salve tt cures nil forms and you can buy a tube anywhere for for 25c An eye sure a bore eye or twbfcorp eyes may llcured Uy use ofSuthcrJundn IUglo Eye Salve JQ a tube at nil deal drs ffn sale by hayden Kobortson Drugbts t No one itf ordinary health need be ome bald or cray If ho will follow JINM Iblo troatnwnt Wo advise cleanluftsa otthtuf alp nd the of Halls ilrtVj Usnowor 4 rNEWIEADR 1 a year TEACBEBMNSflTUTE An Interesting Gathenng f Washington County Teachers The Session Lasts Five Days and Was ForInstruction The Washington County Teach err Institute which was In session five days of last week at tho School House was well attended mel tho proceeding were both interesting v and instructive and it is only ttjti lack of space that prevents the NEWSLEADER from publishing the proceedings in full in this issue From 43o 60 teachers were in lit teiitlance during the session besides a large nurabtff ot visitors who came in from oVy to day Miss Lizzie Litaey was iPllChairman and Prof JIl 0 Mont gomery ncted as Secretary On Monday the chair pressed the work off the prpgntme with affect U S History early dis coveries early settlement their in ifluttiice and fleets on later civiliza tioh discussed by Misses Boss Smith and itucld general discussion by Misses Peni hThmisonand rylrofsl t t I f fltbetory English Grammar and Lnri guage were next taken up Miss Rinehart led the discussion from the language course to the higher English from which broad ground the interest grew more intense aa sit the theories of analysis and diagramming were compared by Profs Kinehart Cull Baker and Prather On Tuesday a paper pre aented and read by Miss L1zze jLee on teaching the common school course wUich gave to the teachers many new and important idefas and reflected great cretliumlts author Rev Saunders gave a talk un the origin ot reading uicji whs trcai ured by theteacnettf oftbe Insti1 tute AesYnefiiT reartrrf by the chair and Prof T CarOUsed great in tferest and brought fuiI many beautiful and sentient thoughts Alter the noon recess Prot EI P Deadman opened the discussion on U S History and taking the Mexicanwar in an abe nail cap tivatiug nddrcss explained the cause and its farreaching eficcts Battle of Bcuacviqta illpstratednnd- commented ou by Rev Saunders sad W S Colvin- Geography was taken up by Prof Jnu C Thompson and many new and useful riethods given the teach ers Miss Ella Shuunty wia accorded the undivided attention during a most interesting talk qisC1Wednesday morning Several v Jry interesting papers were read by teachers on the school virtues 31enc in the School Room vns attacked ond dfcfended by Prof Warner itdmin Anderson and Misses Ella D Sliauuty ijuoTope CarrioSmnithsni Cora Mudd Thursday moifVing M5siletty Radd the institute Itby conducting a clufes in Civil Government which Sus com plimentcd by all A most admirable pi rer oSichool government by Miss Peafl Curfico was enjoyed by the institute and tva followed by a noetic renderitagl by Miss Sdag ThoiupSon which was loudly applauded t Method vs Energy had several splendid ptlsbr Misses Colvin Lee Burton Shaunty and Montgomery FritJay morning Called to order by prayer roll call 48 teachers answered present A spelling match had teen organiZedanti 8i teachers r ia the thitt fur the prize A epminittee selected 40 of Ac most difficult words from time common school spoiler A most spirited contest onl1ledandthoi prize wits awarded to Prot OUyten Staflings Cofflpittee on r olutions reported lad are herewith SliUi tO llilotioa YINLol i Siiitlsrs depited to wait OB time chair aud 4a ft roost affecting little speech nreaentctl to Mt5Ftitsey1the chair + MTy c frdtt ff1n t 2 4 i i cjcip tfliii NFWS Di1JJtt Jt tI 1Dr A riesVtiIlI WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY SEPTEMBI JikWfltomp0oJu0a lCOUNTyOOURTc 4meiiVKoore1coor 81511vJrutlstU19Ai ndcvsNot gstetedtboirnamt8 man thd cotapliment 9c the Innti tutA anti 4 very hnilsem nold ring iipden as a souyenir of the occa 810ft t Secretory issued cerUfHitctf of attendance and the Coanty Snpei o intendent xtpliverad a ery feelirfrv address to the teachers coujuHjneuV tag their gqod work andjjiadjourtt mont was itaken sineei RIfuo1tl c nTrEON i0ts1ox We bepm oiReilut1on QttJHfollowing resolutlona Resolved Fir That tbefinsfltolg as a bo3jr have done exceptionally good work AnifhatrthepiogMuajnB as arranged by its special ccmwftfeo andcarried outby the cha taaB wnb thOnhTh 8upport otbttec1cr14sbeen acceptable and lieiioacfat BeaolVed1SecondTuteur success 5duelargefy 4o the Mciat jeryfcea1 cur chairninjj to herBiiggestloBS as t tp the manner of handling subjecUt be readfnVea aid prtteiptnetaj with1 chb0 baa supplied facts andtbel stimulus to thought snd atudywhicb she baa given us ti1 iIP i Braolved Third That ourjaeoreiarr receive honorable mention TOHtia prompt and accurate performance ol the duties of tla office Reaolvet1FoOrth That our filncereafr thants be tended Mr J PcJ Nostf onr the scholarly manner in vehicle be haa ep9en 7 muro in aeasoa ileut a holprn iqghand totbeJteadiera anji aaiste- dijevelopiithe r sujcctwbonorcr fleeesaur js fP1 That w- ebuPptQt cnd attteticfcQ t l t1rrede1 6 1tiehartto- n tbataUimp9rW Lnbm T1io Human Brain and its faiatia ifli by whIch we were both eifUjrtaincd aDd benefited Resolved Sixth That especial thank be expreasail to mlnitiarBy Dr Saunders and Rev i nrreHgrT thelrprceence1andsuaneiIJch has been el vaUDgaHeAf ihgtp 11 ReaolVtd SeventhrTiIit theerriestne of im st1iserinth nthas beei eacbni iilg to tho teachers ltaflieYfiBffortstd make the Instihate r n kSS wr LXDtJuo u n tF rtLoVILB 8AvNDDat MpJWBusir 1 w L KRKTTKO r sOznebnu1oa t uufdcthb 1a enl ugti1uoiiff Bo5anfi1uf Iniiit inj i r wi Uo lbeta rn WMctdiUo is midlyS UldJ isflpbdment tdhf50f1rliieflailzla all Un eai 8t initit17CiUir hrtJr SThJtSuUorhilt l ThtyJs Fs6VfladhiIlof- ertF4fli I Jv STAGE GItS Chrrott B iDwljbl btlOn ltPtllat le aibg1rqaItiliItlIt8 o ake1thiItMofthe1enwCOS jgitimates to anROpac6ler riittent1on to gO lnd the vindev1ithL Authcny HBplnnd EdwardJ bsp aiow said tphave received about 23 000 each iu loyaltiesi pnTfiePiisoue of Zfrnda jfJborld Wanfenwfli kavifdr AusV t trailato ptllfha GCnerutiiltbe Sydney it r6docodot Hoyts A Milli Vhito V Fiay BVerbohta1 Trca pfdKabiy will not ilrl i actoinpany her hnaband to America v KateRi 2ffcomlng1is leAdlilg lady in ueadT t The pfcathlt rafs bj5 Under tho PhttStnrhn9 caused flcorcs 0t arctwf nIclOdmm to behth bibnsty teccptaclet iiti 2Jp tsin JoaUfsVA1 HeratiV Sho A xsrt codpnayy r Two SOWot Buirii Campbcir aro producing tlicif ndltlt the ts old plays j and rrtmor has if tllhflh1Uyatd maldug ribiicyVtthllionL v Edmund dillfef lulfli iitt1t An tdny ill Irtp Cleopatra0 which Mt iJltti 1 AnU Ober w ll ceud onthoWJid v Du1rej4xonb aetn or1 iJo Wait Ioppersfnpany ccntiyrclKU l iionivatoi7pt tn d1iaChtertOlf 1tfirrj Thogrist QtttbtI lsIi Mbrrlson Jltpd ctl ir BrytonDiuc playi The lAiliaii iu IWlilai JuiMair fom pieM corner n1ntt1iUj1h3soored a success Mr Morrison appeared In Vduatkoto twla 1Indian brbthers TURTOPICSi AlcidnJia is now inots Swjtie of tw hour in New England Last years fart colt Jarabf ffauz jwill not be raced this season tThe fist Peiasylvanl aattalJo WiK t lhUBPehb 2 07tWW beers a 1ftkrIluoii1n Jfleti Bad SIj iJreHItt fthJ2i pacing illi oIIoiW bsa iI turn to the trotting gait SS Charles MarrlB the i tawur tSki knd driver sat INKMM KjWjJ V s fR Xew Ytrue1teM fIrc te41ItCl iiI tlQ1IIlW t ibs ow tn t LalAIWJJkCl 2 06f Is fit owing to injuries receIved iiSant = vw ttpr 41 i fHE N WSLEADEP L iLTHE NEWSLEADER it rsE LDAVISON JR BWiTH THE WINNER UE eadloek in the Democratic tonveiition at Utbwn is Broken arid v t Iaversmithtsthenominee haying- iron j over W H Sweeney ot this tounty and Dave Mirr8ylt t ihappened on the IQOCth ballot hut idssjfh ow have UoiJa nednsa l tcPbrie l telegram received just before f9 tAiufctbi press stating tlieresult15 taoonly news Sweeneymade a t cnilinntfight and tell lib opponents f up until jheJast ballot iJjp such a thing were possible to J- Y would like to findout just how many of those men who were eo anxious tlor free turnpikes as to resort to dazesri he additional levy for turnpike +purposes without grumbling We believe that the Idea of getting v met Jngfor notbiJngjs responsi jrablefoe a good deal of this trouble t vlir this issue we publish a carl fr lIlT Jdg Thompson giving in r detail the situation air regards the bre ol ett mom his statement that the abby iont opening the Toads tto- r free t y ll1s been unavoidable and tW tb6 county magistrates should notbcensured foritT spy that the delayl is canaed by a desite to defeat the free turnpike law is folly The law provides just iiow thtse things shall be done and ift order that everything shall bq regular it is important that the pnvisions as set out shall bo fol sowed h g rttuaJoritY of the voter s CQl the county expressed themselves jFat the 1Ilalast year as beingi in favor of free turn dies apd the Jyn TTty opposed hayeaccepted the situation Astir as the editor of ihisptfpfer is concerned wo believe ihaljtree tturnpikes when operated ender a good 8Yyeteutt trill become popular and of bentfit the county V land Wo vrillbe glad tto see the now loft P jtiito operation We want jIforlheaRkfc of the good name Of our cojwty iovrever to see too tonl f gates nboliebedina legitimate way Ana the NKWS JJBADBIV may be counted on as being opposedtoal- methoda that hay heiripromptings from lawlessness and n spetlcs anarchy We befieVe topthat there arc enough people in tlC iJ county n the sid1faf ilawjind order to coy down anymofcsuch peaform anceU as we have suffered lromand arrshade Jo understand tbatl tboir 2 mctltdtls will not Iotelcrttedth u t bettofitwill ha for Washington if countyand aU who live within her tlIiJnairics JUDGETHUMP3ON EXPLAINS r The re orthas been industri 1oisty circulated that I more than anyone else am responsible for the failure of the Fiscal Court to dpenfor free travel the turnpike I roads of the county Iwisb merel rogar3Y d fe this matter and il there is an J blarney attached to me for my course I arm willing to stand th censure that ihp good citizens may give me- in the first place the vote wa jakonoa the question of Free Turnpikes at the November r election 1895 and was carried Jby a large majority of the votes cast but under the law upon which this vote was taken the people who were most interested Ih the DJveJDentkethat iit was impossible to have free roads until there was some further leg ftlation on the subject By comI mon Consent the whole matter f was passed until the General Assembly of the State should legisiv The General Assembly did bv anlJCh which wan approved March 17 1896 providing for free turnpikes which also Stated that cotmtlea hiving heretofore voted Mprably on the question meed noT take another vote Th act did riot become a law and was not in force Until the Hit nf June 1896 us no act bfhe Gleral Assembly unless there is aa emergency plausa atached b nlnetdistal G3py of the tubirsbed acts slots ut thirst of Jojy 1890 and sbort jtr tnee foej stliediSae SFr J r u ik i fst 4i rl 1 Court together to take such action as they might deem prop erThe Fiscal Court is com posed of the flee magistrates of trio county with the County Judge as the presiding officer rand the Judge has no voice in ail v matter before said Courc nniess there is attievote m The Fiscal Court met pursuant to said call and appointed aGout mittee to investigate the matter and to report ttrit upon what terms the county could get con trol of the turnpikes in said county This committee was to report on County Court day in August but not being ready on that day it was given until Fri day September 4 to complete its report The Fiscal Conrtre assembled on thatday and after hearing tog report of the Committee retired for a private con suitaton at which I was not present and after due delibera tion decided to call an election to take the sense of the voters of the county as to whether or not the county should issue Us bonds for the purpose of buying the roads in which the county does not own the majority of the stock and if this vote carried then to open allot the roads to free travel at the same time and if the vote did not carry it Would then decide what to dowith the roads in which the county has themajority ofstoc In what talks t bad with the yoadvice was to set some day after the November election on which day all the turnpikes in which the county owned the majority of the stock should be freed than if the vote to issue bonds carried tbe roads owned by private corji porations could also be opened on the same day ThisI thqu h v would be something definite and the people would be better saris fled Some persons who are iin favor elites turnpikes are say lIng that it is the intention of those who prepare the questions to be printed on the ballot to put tho maximum amount o f bonds to TO issued at a sum t hat is larger than necessary to buy the roads in which tbe county does not own the controlling in terest and that this will be done questionTbls f 1tht3 free turnpikes may rest as Sured tbatonly such roads as the ofcopetywill hope to buy will be conSidefed in tots estimates of bonds that it is necessary to issue and that if these roads Cannot be bought at reasonable prices that they will be con providers that they maybe It has bees circulated and iis believed by some that all tat is necessary to have tree turn pikes is that the County Judge issue an Order declaring all the ownis a controlling interest freerI do not know how such a report could have started and only helve sucheauthority and refer these per sons to the law providing how ThYe Fiscal Court has absolute juris acteand too question lies entirely with them If there has been any unnecessary delay in this matter i icannot be truthfully charged tome as I called the tiscal Lour togetbtr in a very short tiraej after the law providing tor free turnpikes became operative It seems that some persons have allowed their zeal for free turnpikes to get the hotter of their judgment and have tinder theirfi the gates on several roads and bave threatened tbe gate keepers with injury to their private pro arty and to burn the houses of directors of roads if the gates are reestablished I widh to pay to the peo pie of the county that I took an oath when I was sworn woolIsd uphold the law and 1 propose ao Q withouifeir or favor an ieall upon all good citizens whether yon Lo an advocate olipogene abutii Ispectfullq OMPSO1ftsealRe Washiaigt tQn Cot itf r f f t J nrlf 4a Jt = yy r1 tdty z I THE LAW ON IT I The following is the law as re tefatesand putting in operation the free turnpike t3ect4onC system t turnpikes and uravel ready of the atatntesolKentuckyreadsaafollows If i J hall appear thnt a majority of till tbootcs cast fur and gainst sold prop n itton arc In fator of said pioposiliow then the fUcal court may acquire by glfl lloaao purchase or contract nny or nil the turnpjko roads or partsofsuch na fie within the county on the boat fntcroatalqprovide for tho construction of now turnpike or grovel roads whom the public good demands it 8sits fiscal court may low a tax from yqr to year- no all till estate of every kind assessed for State aul county purposes not to exceed in any year twentyfive costa on tho one hundred dollars of taxable Jrop city for tho purpose of paying for and mainjtaining such roads mv be quired under this not pod keeping them lIn repairs fSectioncourt shall have tho power and authority to issue and soil bond from limo to time within tho constitutional limita lions for the ourpnso of purchasing and maintaining tho roads so acquired or constructed under this act Raid hoods to boar Interest not to exceed six percent per annum with coupons attached payable seinlannnally theso bonds to bo In denominations of not less than ono hundred dollars or more than one thousand dollars to run not more than wl1hlnlthntpar But before the bonds authorized under unuer title act shall be issued than fiscal court df tho county shall by an order entered of record call an election to be hold in the county which does not occur within sixty days from the date of the order calling said election It shall bo the duty of said fiscal court to direct the shoritr of the county to advertise said election and tho object thereof in some newspaper havittg the largest circulation in tho county andalso printedl handbills posted up at not than four public places iu each voting precinct in tho county and at the courthouse door AlUegal voters in said county shall be privileged to vote at said election The same officers t lint liold the regular election shall hold this election wllirh shall in all respects bo hold in accordance with the general election laws of this State tho question Are you in favor of Issuiiie bonds for the purchase amt maintenance of tho turnpike roads of this county freo of toll to tho travel log public befog printed on tin ballot as provided for in tho general law one thousand four hundred an tlftynine Kentucky Statutes If two thirds of tho legalvoters voting on said proposition vote ia favor of tho propo sillon then said Fiscal Court shall issue bonds as provided herein Thk questko- issnfrlg bonds may bo submitted to the voters at tho same tlmo that tho ques tion to have freo turnpike cold gravel roads is submitted or it may bp submitted nt another time NOTICE All persons having claims against the estate of Francis Walls deceased will present undersignedh T W Simms Jr Attorney B F SIMMS FRANCIS WALLS F E KUHN Executors of Francis Walls CR HARMON THE Ffrst clan liVery outfits New sJerseyr trio use of excursion partes o drummers The most convenitn- hitehicg and feeding place iin town MA N ST SPRINGFIELD Kv Executors Sale As executors of the will of Francs Wall the undersigned will on Tuesday the 22d day of September 1896 beginning att 10 oclock promptly sell to th nighest bidder at the residence of the late Francis Walls tbe following property 1 4wo Yea r old mule fiveyearold mule 2 sixyearold mules 1 eleven yearold mule II head 1250 pound cattle 8 twoyear old cat tle 1 yearling bteer heifers anpbucking shoats lot of wheat shelled and fine lot of Timothy hay also orchard grass seed andI corn in the field All the farm ing utensils and other articles to numerous to manlion For till purchasers secudr ity duo on Jan 1 1897 bearing negotof Firstt SprinboidtiII F Auntsn FRANCIS WALLS JR F E KUHN r = Exeeuto RS e 1t wUS aal 3rr tw + C l 4w r Personal FnKHWpj incdical reference book any person allllctcil with nny specie c ironic or delicate disease peculiar to their sex Address the lending lphysl olaqs and surgeons of tho UnltcdJf tatcs Hathaway t Co 70 Dearborn street hicagor 1 Worth its weiglit iu grold Sntuer lauds Eagle Eye Salve CORN FODDER Y ITooitcjr sad EhroJdinff In Ohio la the XTalrle States Tho housing of corn fodder is largely practiced by tho farmers pf eastern Ohio who havo not been ablo tel employ shredders told tho custom is extending slid widening every year ThoBliorthay cjop of last snmmez compelled tho formers of Ohio to practice tho utmost carp and economy in hattdllilb the corn etover iin order to tido their livo stork over the winter and but for this bus banding of provender much suffering and loss would inevitably have taken tlnghtfannersa plain iud practical way that a second lesson will scarcely be needed In tht prairio states tho best crop to unquesionablyhnudlo ecru fodder ia just now n subject of foremost importance When too serv ices of u shredder cau be obtained un doubtedly tho most profitable way to handle folder ia to shred and store it away iu barns cr sheds Au Ohio correspondent of Prairie Farmer who be lliees that nit sera of good corn fodder ehrcdded is equal in food valuo to two tons of timothy bal tells tho next bost disposition to make of fodder where shredders cannot be madoavailablo Ho advises ad follown Draw the fodder to thn barn imme diately after husking and store away for winter consumption Tho plan wo havo bunlllfsini i husked and at fho first favorable r pfor tunitythat is when the fodder ia rather moist not wet and tho weather dry draw ib immediately to the barns or abed and store it away ranch as you would mow grain If tho fodder is wet it cannot bo packed in rows horizontal ly without molding Damp fodder should bo set upon end in order that the air may circulate through tho bundles If possible uvoid hauling it when dry and crisp as tho loss from breaking will be very serious If protracted dry weather prevails tho work should Bo deferred otherwise the bundles of fat der should be sprinkled with water ia tho evening and housed early in the morning before tho moistnro evaporates manyOhio18045 The question may bo asked Andlanswernnhcsitatiugd Asido from tho comfort tad convou ienco in feeding the food vnluoof stored corn stovor is at least 25 per cent great er than that which has bleached or lot andaweather If I were obliged to choose between housing timothy hay rnd foul der I would quickly decide iu favor of tho latter Timothy buy eon bo successfully started and without ap rt ciablp loss but corn fodder must bo housaj iu order to maintain its full valne If an ordinary farm wagon is used to draw the fodder ita capacity may to increas ed by lengthening tho coupling pole and constructing a low rigging or ladder upon which to carry tho folder Low vheeln would add greatly to the con vcuicnco of such a conveyance Rhnbarb rusts Rhubarb plants may be safelysot tutu in fall and spring Lat if fall set the crowns should bo well covered with earth to prevent heaving and exposure of tho roots during winter fir rhubarb though n very hardy plant will not eu duro rapid alterations of freezing and thawing when ezposej to too air and ia therefore not well adopted for very moist soils in a cold climate What is wanted iu rhubarb culture is an early trillNt i stalks Rural New Yorker tolls that there is nothing hotter than tho early application of fermenting horse manure for this purpose Licerusttug n new mixture for the extermina tion cf lliceenfowls and animals Ith been named keroscno extract of pyr ethruui QuO and a half gallons kerosene aro soaked through 2 j pounds pyr ethrum persian insect powder form ing n yellow oily extract Dissolve n pound of soap iu a gallon of tho extract and churn till thoroughly emulsified When using mix n pint of this cant lion with 4 pints of water This mix taro couibinos tho properties of kerosene and pynt lirnni nUll is cheaper and moro convenient than either Building Silo siloseup a on is sacs from thoKow York station are To havo tho walls tight enough tops elude air from tho contents to have tho Walls not only strong but rigid to have sufficient depth 30 feet or more if possible Ihero should bo not coo ro than about fio square foot of feeding surface in tho silo for each cow Tho larger tho silo tho cheaper tho ttorugo 1for each ton of silage Tho larger tho cansilagud be Odds add Hnd The flay crcp over tho Paciflo filopo ia reported as ono of the llargest ewer cut liegeodemand The sixth annual report of tho Ohio farmers institutes shows that 157 regular and 31 independent meetings wer held tho past winteri and spring and there would havo been more if appro priations had allowed There worn 103 fanners institutes hold iu Wisconsin last wiut r Tho advantages of spraying havobean to apparent iu Dfoh that the legisla taro providrnl for county undo state in5 upcctioa nn makes it obligatory upon alt frait grojvers Irrigation will foubla Uio production of mobil and cucnuiber viucsri 5fiudi iouslyapph cLAiiS i st e t 1 t 1 a j r PORi 100 If you pay now you can ge your County Paper the NEWS LEEDERj FOR ONE YEAR New Management New Features New Dress r Newsy Sspic- ySOrigillal Independent And an Indespensible vis itor in every dollarI Help us with your aaspaper of which Washington County will be proud FOR 1 0 50We will send you the NEWS LEADER and the Weekly Courier Journal for one year- NEWSLEADER and weekly Com mercial for l5NRS1EADER and Cincinnati Enquirer for Sl 85 Cincinnatit1Twice = aWeek CommercialGaspl ette for 8165 Call for rates on other papers and magazines Como in anti see us or send in your money to g5t DAVISONJH ari Editor RBW r LEADBR- i h r tJ r rf I 1S t T j R aM t bRQ t M btfii i ILIHIRDWAREr r6 A1 iir t TiNWABE f ttj STVESSSEE OUR NEW LINE OF = O 5 Cr p WireGJi1iuCrtdlreEzeis l l CoalertP2 eSer 0 iiIgJlh 9 vet ne Fliiiit f Cans Pistols and Ciitfeg ffii r yatCountry Produce taken in Fcc11 tgefur oC s s te if Tin Roofing and GutteDg t e ftti jSt e oar STEEL RAKGESn t get ourPr ir lJ Jl BUttTON DEN l1ATL0f rft r J M Burt 1iCb l 4 BEN HAYDOI Sjv 1ananer Und rtak fSand fIDorulllriictors Coffins Caskets Burial Rubes Of all Kinds FULLYEQUirpiEIp- romptly CaJ1s 1asst night or flay I 1 r 1 The senices oifaft3FX E1iI Q tt KMBkLMEllagr3 cult c1fl cm a school bIembalming have hcdii engaged mlnSEiuEE1 at 4 Jri BUIIrQ1 CW Jii JHaganElodc Brs lPgfif e1J JJfd f PatrODIZ6r ifl Pf1 r I + 7 i J BOID e I d t Y t iydsr L 2 t IlldllstryBRING if t itIi f BILL HEADS o t c if l LETTER HEADS r 7 t r d s NOTE HEADS t w dr r ENVELOPEBi INVITATIONS 81a Everything rii tfiier aA Printing Line touI y IVJ S11 t WewiE i 81p the wo S t et quicklyl ifea a f IN TH1 iiATEaJ 1 r ir f STYLE IoK U rl iJ1 i fotiir l F c J THE Bkvs i J ai i LWearethelarpaitexpuseraofdreedirnltintbewortdaadihotargestl tTttil lii l a tp state add get the hlghstasarUel 1rieMru tAll uk is trial shipment to proTC these facto Stencil sent free ou ip tlotlWrite an for farther Infurml1llo11 and chip year rtoodrtoheadgnhttc thing In thqcraln or produce line strtctly oacomrnlulonL WOJliiwMeYiH HERNDONCARTER CO JlcoiutqI1ATl Lo JmCIKy r flit tP4s t it f S vr s t 1j r E i f tIi V J J ttllb 4 j 3 i z t 3 r 1C f ic 1kI 4pCt 4 Jri THNEWLA D En WNEISLEADER ITBLSHED EVERY TIHIliSDAY lIORNicr 7 i Tr Jf sthtcrnLDKy i = l1O T8lni1 APYNOir f j 4 i I r jTTH i re w JIIJrv EXlpfCTED tr f WITHOUT ptINI i fly the UW ofVtaliMdAirC3na and a Now Method of tuj own 4 Whic1 oJlGdefle Artillcinl tcotb Of dUFcrcnt unuloM j y iiiuprictAf f 1 1ttttigth n n hQ1tlght t etied IIttillluH XPUIIS f IlitinuK Wonu and CROWMNO a 3 ICif1lt c flA FIRSPULASS PAIGES WORKII f JnIur n jjtV I t Miiark cig5ir ork wjii J I f t nt o 1 Ink flp1iottrnef8 for 11r WiJilcr da31 tIrii Wed J t iibKiuy Tlmrnday andFriday jJbtHitU Ior1Ia t fr Q1frLflcicrPistotTee-r J MAln omw No G28M Fourth Avo Louisville f Y I f s r YJILPER Dentist 4rJR TTr RiNHIRTOF- FICEHOURS i to 4 p m III Tuesdays arid Saturdays j SPRINGFIELD KENTU KY J j j C1 R GOOIUR r q- cr otQP H y3on Robertsons drujr ore t Maih Sfc SPRINGFIELD KY ni itB1jR1o11- J f DENTIST I t TEETH EXTRACTED c WITHOUT PAIN OFFIRB Unppin Dlock ovorManaflcId 1k Mql r ore SPRINGFIELD KY f 2PR1- k tTHEa k 3LWeeklyy Commercial Prefl to Readers of this Paper i Anyone nondinj ullln a ulmcrlptior o tlilS paper for one year tic ompuuicd liyI50tho regular Bubscilptlon price in tho NewHI RvpKa will bo sent frop of rJinrgo for cue year a ropy or the xinlavillo Weekly Commercial la large Olcolumu pnpori tilled with more now lhart anyotlier motropolLan weekly AbsoIiUIyXdrrectlartet Reports 4L Iam8i years old and iwo used about alLofttioociughand lung tOIl ctlcs that have boon isold durinj my tile and fot t tho Ucnofitof tiio natjcHng I will say that have never used any rbmedy that oitiula Jr BellM 1Ine Tar Honnj It given quick and permanent relkf in grlppons wchII1 oilior coyghf Wo keep it In nurhou8onltttaandMAuI1 nut bo withOUt It f MusMA METe ALt1r lOfl FQurtlT smiulticah Kv For niljs by Wavujin Kobcrtson Sutherlanrt8Kaslo Eye Salvet Cures J t McKennaWhiskey Tlu3Jcel bjatelbrai i of whiakej J Ii keep for sale at my bar andraaki c Ii8pe iltlrfit foe 1umiIyarid Jpi I ineiIIcinatUs t tfJ i i1Ullirso I ntedJlhWea Who cn thIn ot out UutogtctiI1 your t4E thlDlrtr JOHN WkDDK1UI WuraVWW Lf their 110 prtzo Izi 140 nc1nc11J1uo a Wanted SutifcrlbefortheNEWsLBAD Ba only f a jearL HBOUT 10WlIt I psr Certificate No 17 series A Horie Savings Building Loan soCcidtion J N SAPNDERS 1It YAEoooo rounds of wool HlgheaFsaaliprice paid for same CuNKiNoiiAjr DUNCAN k 4SFromrnyfahn four miles iEaof S rujgfiefcI one red heifer weightabout 700 pounds JAMES P HAYES LOSlV Two old turkey hena with 32 v young bines gndall gray turkeys also hicienswith them ii B F FENWICK TOE town hWboen almost deserted by lawyers and pblitibians this week They have been attending the con EtownIIMRSKATE WILLIAMS the milliner has in a new line of those putty and stylish Walking Hat that cannot be duplicate elsewhere In town lFOR RENTTwo farms with about 90 a Jro9 to go in wheat and corn on each placa For particulars apply to C C McGiLL SprinRflefd Ky TIm managemc at ofi Tatham Springs has decided on a feductionin the rates of board at that popular resort and the rate per wee from September 4 on jeill be6nly 8 insteador1O ISlng nlng in the house is im portant and to cleanse the human system ia even more Neats Lax ative tones ore up cleamea and regu late iho bowels liver and kidneys For sale 50c a bottle by Haydon Robertson and Waters Browne THE rate of board at Tatham Springs from now on is reduced to S8 per eek The accommodations will continue at tin eld standard of excellence and the rate now ia within easy reach of all who wish to take advan tage of an outing or to enjoy the fall flailing at that delightful resort TIm entertainment given by the teachers of the Institute at the school house last Thursday evening was quite a success in every respect and the large crown in attendance enJuyed the varied programme greatly The pro ceeds were donated to the public school library foij ALEX WELLS the tollgate keePo wL6 was wounded night hy a shot fr m the MondayI that ho was misquoted in an the Louisvill3 Urn 31 He did not say that he saw game of the party assist a man into awag n after he Wells had fired a shot but tiiat the man was on iurtherIira prcparbto defend his home and family TIlE L and N railroad will sell round trip tickets to Louisville at one fire on Saturday Sept 12th and also on Monday Sept 14tb tickets good returning the following day account of the notification of Palmer and Bucknerpf their nomination on 12th und the Bryan speaking on 14th Hpecal trains will tie jun back from Louisville on both Saturday and Mon day nights leaving Louisville atllaclock each night PEISON7L James Browne spent the fist of the week In Louisville JJIgs SosidHumble 6f Lebanon is Visiting Miss Betlle Irvine Mbs ZTannie Ray Thuman was hi cul vlJ tho first of the week Mr and Mrs R W Wathon and It le son Del nle wore visiting friends inBcrdsiowa last week and took in the lair A pogrcslvo euohre party given at the boast of Mrs Dr Ray Tuescy nuht Tha first prize was won Lyllrj Iv L Bitii W F Booker and wife have returned rom a weeks sojourn at Tatham Springs Mr J G Mansfield who has been quito sick with fever is able to be at his store again Mr Miles Saunders is quite sick Pat Cummings the beer and fee yosteulnyIon business and on his wheel Qultoa number of people tr m reattonded the Bardatown Fair t nd all report a a good timeIHONEY FOR bALc A Successful Ohio Apiarist AdTlses Assort- Ing It Into Three Grade Thoprodncta of tho apiary will n- Ub realized dtiriug AugnKt But few lo Killties yield niJy honey during Suptom her and October Where lato patches of buckwheat nro grown strong coloqica do sometimes fill their supers with a dark grade of honey that Rome people are fond of While it docs not command the highest price in the market it ciju Jo readily dispogetl of to the lover of buckwheat honey who prefer it to tho inoro fancy grades Iii assorjting honey for tale it iis better to mako throof grades The first should DoTancy every section white and nni formly tnick rith every cell filled ep- coptthosonthe outer edge Such honey iI priceItho honey jnt asjgcod as fancy butrlot r nnIhn in 170 nfFtstjnLL EflIIC xina rJ bolgcd und tho section more than lull This will nso command n fair pfico but will bo n cent or two lower than ho first grade Tho third will consist of dark colored Jicney gathered from buckwheat and fall flowers This class of honey will always find purchasers when tho price is low Bciiig sold by itself it will uot injure thp sale of tho finer grades and will suit tho purse of ninny who cannot fcfford tho fancy kiwis In manipulating colonies taking full Enp9rs und putting on empty ones there will bo no tronblp from bees rob bing during tho honey fibw But whcuv over this ceases tho apiarist should be careful to avoid dropping honey or combs that would give thorn a taste and put them entho warpath Jfb hives should be left opeijji and needless exposure should b guarded against In taking supers full of honey boo escapes can housed at this season with advantage with littlo exposure of full combs to pirato bees They can b6 had from all dealers in boo futures Thus rites Mr Ballantine on Ohio beekeeper in Tho Form Journal From long experience in an apiary ho has como to tho conclusion that clipping the queens wings is a decided advantage No swarms will then escape to the woods Tho owner can go from homo or attend church without having his mind disturbed with thoughts of losing swarms in his absence It is better to do this than run the risk of losing excel lent queens and swarms Tho bees will never leave for good if tho queen does not accompany them This of course has reference to first swarms as second swarms may issue at any time with young queen fully fledged like Minerva from the head of Jove ready for flight aul legitimate business These latter can also bo prevented by opening the hives after they have cast swarms ex amining carefully tho combs and cutting out nil queen cells but ono in each hive If this is done no second swarm will issue The Corn CropIAs good authority as Waldo F Brown of Ohio favors husking corn with the excellent machines that tire now used for tho purpose arid which cut and shred tho fodder at the samo time In n letter to Prairie Farmer ho writes I met scores of farmers at tho institutes the past winter who had handled their com and fodder in this way and while they Shad in a few cones boon troublsd with tho shredded foddnr heat tug I think wo shall learn t mnunga it as to avoid trouble and loss Thrash ing tbo com puts tho fodder in excellent shape but shelled corn is troublesome to keep If wo adopt the plan of thrash jug wo yill bo oblige to moke gran aries with good ventilation so that tht air will circulato through and I think it can bo arranged or else wo must kiln dry the corn In somo way the question will bo solved practically for tb ro is n growing appreciation of tho value of corn fodder mid tho beucfif of chreddiup it end tho manufacturers of husking nnd shredding machinery are experi menting and will doubtless find out a cafe wnyto manage the fodder Sorghum Fvr rccil Country Geutleuiau gives this infer mntion concerning the cutting cf For gbnm for leid It should bo nearly ripe 03 it will uidkc richer food nud euro Let tcr It will heathl cut awl rnuko a Hull eccd end this should bo ripo enough tc grow before tho crop it cut A light frost will help to euro it null will not Injure it at nIl When it stands up well it can be cut with tho binder nlitlbomici in small bundles but should not ontjwcUearth If cut with the mowing machine euro nh yon would hay and draw it in loose It may be left out in tho swtl until well curedand it ia little injured by rain us it is coarse and tho wutci runs through it and it soon dries Cut before rest if ripo enough Hot Uator For Ipxaots It is given out as a now discovery that steaui allowed fall to a toinpcr i- i5jsectsmado public by tho editor of WMI heutjrovegetation The application however has been found rather troublesome ox cept where only a few plants are to bo lipped ii the water People pilfer in wcticidcs that may bb applied by powders or by spraying Maple Strop From Corn Cob Clean cobs nro boiled in water until soft Then tho jnico is strained off and dark brown sugitriiddxL This is boiled mupioIfiirnp can bo produced from watermel ons Last season i melon grower in that state titus utilized thonsaudsof surplus melons which in other seasons ho line allowed to rot on the vines The melon goodbodyScientific Farrnlnc After nil the ridicule heaped upon book farming cr scientific farming it hits come to pass t hat this is tho only sort of farming that can be made profit trulyIImarketed at tho least possible expense awl this run only bo done by tho appli cation of tho demonstrated principles of science and tho use of good common senso Lot common sense govern the im plication of scientific methods oudil will go well and tho work wilt prosper Yield ft Corn Experiments inado at the Ojiio export meat station proved that planting tho stalks ix inches apart increased the yield of fodder and tho per cent of nub bins Tho average of full sized ears in reduce to C4 per cent At 12 inches apart the largo cars average 83 percent Tho maximum of tho nubbin yield is 70 per cent where two grains were planted livery six inches The Prune Industry According io The Rural Northwest there were 8000 acres or 800000 prune trees set out in Washington Oregon nUll 1801nuelupounproduce 15 pounds each of frpslifrnita this jcor irtqtajof 1O00U00pounth- irQQca4Qda J r h t TheywoneIus = tyGoodsbusinessexclusively but our customers prevail upon youbroughtl handling dry goods the prices will go up again We will abide by the wishes of the people and keep dry goods notions and everything else you need We will not everybody f Within a few days we will have our Pall goods in We ask to gait and not buy until jou have teen our Roods for they will be tforth waking for Our Buyers pre now East to spcure bargains for the Louisville tore and we hope in a week or two to have our shelves and counters filled pith new Pall pools We invite the good people jf this atd adjolnDg counties to come and inspect them I SP CIALrWe received tome getiiine Pour Leaved Jeans in the pieceof made into pants Gomein and seo View GUSTOM MADE CLOTHING i tailoringhouseslire has bygn laken by us we guarantee to give a perfedt fit or it it no sale Anything in tie way of Custom work ban be had hrough us 4 THE LOUISVILL STORE FINE ITAILOR MADE CLOTijlNG We are agents for M Born Co and Lamm Co Chicago Merchant Taylors who guarantee their work in every respect in workmanship fit and prices Come in and see their samples before buying READY MADE CLOTHING IWe carry the lIdrsrest tock shown in town We are overstockd right now and we will sell you a suit for almost your own price SHOES OXFORD SLIPPERS Our stock of Mens Womens and Childrens Shoes is complete MensButton Sho3s Black and Tan Mens Lace Shoes Black and Tan Men Low Sboes Black tod Tan Womeus Button Shoes Womens Luck Shoes Womens Ox fords end Womens Slipeors Childrens Button Shoes Oxford and Slippers We bought our shoes at Lo prices aid we offer special inducements in prices DRESS GOODS and DRESS TRIMMINGS We are still keeping up our stock of Dress Goods and Dress Trimmings and we can suit YOU from the cheapest Serges Mix tures etc to the very nue Paisian weaves Come in and ex amie our stock and get prices WALL PAPER 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 need anything in this department take advantage of our low prices at once VERY DEPARTMENT We will make the lowest prices in each and every department for tt next Thirty pays that was ever mtdeon equaVvalues We have the goods ind must dispose pf them We want money and are compelled to have It therefore proffiS will notbe con Jidered when a customer offers us Cash for goods OUNNINGItAJt tUN0AN I I i s v 4 = CLEAEANCE MEui- n brcief tt6redk bur 1ai iE 6b W V1111h1- oxi sPEethL PRIc Efut iHeii 81imf 0 i1tu Iat 1btIrt t nlstc 1 1 fef centlI leilatZVooten dress goods torl1ptha34 ln R f1h r lttf G r l our prcea on tlI ut Lautes a rlLiIISSCa l1lrtft tHUorJs tat stii at lOWCstprices ever heard gr lrjcea iaiethohqlLe she c Fine ShoeS 100 a vpairj Men a rJ1pthoesj51w r+lrrft euteej 4 prices oh Eiriersbha Meto Pine Shoes this is tne fet Jlinllb1 fig f United States jinii toii can Set sola1 e WrftainftifiliiSifc 1 1Ii Jv JT A1 iI t44 c 5 a J OUiA1Ep Ill MOllS BOJstaMcfi Bi1IS C1l tliiiji1 r itthek J iiryticrO jJ iir 1rline of Mens Summer Coiit buS Vest tttrbaUmttncfis TQ cloiicwl our stock of STRAW IIASo will sell trsm atcot ItwUIjl3 rM iwell tb Wake your urcnascS df 1k tfiwVcfcf i fgiiol HSfiiiNItf f isour departmdhtsi Nrv w k t JlV 51 r 2 JL t ii4s Itpr M0GHORD Jl1 fFs t1 4 9 JOHN W OEUIVIE MOii I LE7thIN LiieRyetL- bthbN I r Jf it M i S AtrenueSiTABLESh2luIh ttL Dli kot iHoffslk 514I r GOPn iTEJICLE6 F1RiCfdtSSp- 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Iains Pain niilniancl Itnhrnyddoc3 its VOl k Price 50o n buttle OSTiQUAP4ffly9Eylp4QUAIWORMS Ift WHITES CREAM VERMIFUCEFOR 20 YEARS Hasio l all WORM RemodlOs EVERY IOnLEQUAIAITEEI SOLD fl LL DG UtLo uauanaoJ 5rL S U 11 tone Ncatn LaxatiVe cnc a chronic couMl iJiilion Soc abottla aChll druggists prat Neat Latatlvo Co LoubvilioK- YPLYMOUTH ROOKS PLYMOOTHROCKS EXCEUBIVELY I have soma very flue cockefeW and pulleta for aniont a reaBonabldp1ric6 Also egg In season 11M ILM ONN Spng1lejd Icy Right In Sight Sure Saving Showii Well send you our Gaityil Catai togua cndJ3uycra Quito If yott pendUs 15 cents in stamps TbAt pays part pSbgcOl ecprcwagc and keeps oftidlcis Ita a Dictionary pf Honest Values PUB of important Information tuf matter where you buy 700 Pages 12000 illustrations tells of 40600 articles and right prico ofeach One profit only bfctwccn maker and user Octtt MONTGOMERY WARD CO tllilO M ch ran Ave Chicago It mon Uver PllteTonfcpeneti- rre a PerfectTrsatmejlt qr Con iitiOl i1iefinfl f itktlsdo c f fE i tIISw npj V f A Kan Jijrt OIzmys ili11oli Caawi Beni cJY W t Is iio jJrs mcdr ln iiaVcLIiver 1t1lICl that srulil dtnne bpy goJ PrMo5Otc Which a tfir ie rflrJfo I ata 1I1nfbj disease liklr acroTiiln for HfctUpI0ir Ahe fprmercerfalnly foutlbo ijrorenibfo vrp if jof thni 14yira rsnll1 rlllacan aUrnvscpiqe ihoref Wajul rlralnpi fioor Blffcr r Beallh 9 t JlJI IPJv ElectrJe Bftfers TiI1ctriefltCershnWieric1o ru lCdf ror any bu perfuibs qaoyoeteraIlf needed wlitn Vhe llAAttt I1cHcd1t Ink prevaibesi tliolJ cr10 itorpid iinff ttaiug1Bii nJJdtie file 54 It fonle JJttttrathQ i foil A nnt tHB tif this lnelc eh6 ntisrt nprga pp lisps fatal bUloiis KoiitfdViiio net lIOro Mrei tn euericthtgTtV jjitiil rrepj tg pyntoiu frWiV inalrrlnll voIon IIoodiieitgtJn1 eoi4tl pition nd lYZiJila ylefit t jiethl Bttcv0eztuu1perittM at qt dOllhA Roljt rto6n Druggists p o OAWsITII 0 1J l A1ICp5751isaauiuaIfec Jf 4 50 Cetit touted S SV Neats Latiea iJirpn ar i il0cTopfd mt t JBjrln bivar taUI3U01lT bri tlcaaallh 8ro7rdrt rVECjtuc- kieng t 1 f 7 Arnica Salvo rho best salvoi in tluwoid foiculis bruises sorgculeonf pnlt rhcniij fover rV sorestettrclihippedianc1iicbiWnfn corns and all skin eruptions ndptIBJ yvoly cures pllpf or no pay rFiuIrck rtAJtIsjjodoy retiinc d Pit4 2 rrrlJr I1 Jt ttavdot Isn ttf tole f tu TBLER BijG EYE PILBl ti mTNT i ti II1JR l JrI1I JfJr wtff1S7 1 nd fI fn I 6 r IISUiaE t Jt 6t 1 2 sl453It j It t a i Ji1l J p v HiJ k I I t ti THE LeApEFf 1 i tq r thrrJIHIAL Of 111HOUtsoN OW1Y FAit1 r i OXfJl j3WPAY SEPT 17 If tt mPat pttbUe M1ctH pfca lid f nni known 99 ifce JfpLa MbBI1 tract but more Mtetfllly M tb Elijah 8ton farms I41tI 0rUa ra part of Nelson utfqaritjr t adjacent tot o line of Spen t r q d frosting immediately tfctEjdrflcfa i Louisville Tern 4 jiliMJaa 4 ot three 3 mUes west rJ Mi0J asd twelve 12mUes it jMfcl Berdfttowa This farm com pcki about 4W acres ofisnd 300 of c iJJt Is Isi gr 3OaCrcabfwoodJad f ndtfce rejaaihaor of 75 acres Is 1 a 1iIgrlAtatiB of cBltivation TBo farm Ji cxtrcnroly well watered the East 1 7k Oasj Creek traversing the frost portion several ponds and f p ptgi e1Tg on the dthcr portion weWng house contains 7 room- s411aaernorib1e snbstantlal frame iHflailJkff Wdrn The onthoases itat of tafrlpi Mary carriage ioiose meat hone and a splendid Ice ipuso imifact all necessary build 1iior a well equipped farm and fefirable homef all being in firstcl- awf tnlQn There is an orchard of r ijfet 4 acres tall bearing fruit The eater portion of farm being table t Md by reiMon t itS AftItn1e la atandTtit lgIifoiilood f suporlpr rpdth locality considered by tf tb cJtIce spot of Nelaon RMS One ihlrd tash or the Sqaifaleat j the balance iu one or 1i equal pasrteiwitb two1 i tcu1arsI I = FAArlleJd y oIW P = lUOwield KY t OF ELIJAH STONED decd adIy8tbiS9 Xola recent letter to the manufactnrcr 7HrW P Jtenjnuiln cdttort the Specs i jtortb Qn1 N Y says cltJDnybo a pleoto know the high esteem In which Cl1a er nm4tclnCftro held bytiio people ot your own state whore liey raniit t beat known An aunt of 1ne1 wbe jresiaes at Dfater Iowaf was nut toVltinel dew years since unit iore1av1njliotno rote lao Jr 1SWre sold hero ritaUnKjf they were mtiMieSvpal bring a quantity wIth her as ahbi did nut HUe to bo without themp rite modlCInCS referred to uro Chamber litina Cougii Remedy famous for Its tofc lda and croup Chamberlains Jfaiih Riha for rheumatism lame back jlBSI the rnde tnC Jhestand Chain bcrlalas OolhSt bo1ora mid UUrrhoca Itomedy fur bowel complaints These lao l1 vebeen in constant use ImafaraIanMa quartei of a century JrtaP Po ave lenrncd that they are t hiil1tfes of great worth atndmetltl and ttneqvi byany other PUBblnREliTING a y On SQptembv 5th 2896at 2 I nbautitjiU ollfr for rentio the highest m4b8 bidder the IT T ierritt JJ + 41kcivflas the Home place co aining about 820 acres 60 Jl8 of whlch i3 corn land and 70 r acr for small grain and balance intgraes nnd the Harder place 4 containing ahQut200z40 acres Jwbfch i3 to go in corn and about iQjiYmil1 prnin the balarjcV in- K W There is a good residence ailmpo coQtbuiMsngB UiOfl each iiJre Said renting will be trom Jhit t 131 1897 to Janjr 1st 1898 IVut siding priyiliges wiI be given ihU Jaill Not5 Rwitb approved theTffntlnt Any other information rjci clobtuined en day of itlpVpr fcom luc undersigne 4 7 Go A DoilONEY W r WERRITT lIccttonofthoeouutrvpu t tpgolhor and until The lost few Wai supposed to lid licurnble Ye1fKI t aoctorsvronouncc1ltfrem ires and by constantly falllnp to turo fSyhth local twatinentpronnunoed In J Citfbo Sclenco baa proven catanh to lj tt cnusthtItt4na1dIaid therefore r rrqiilrw conslltutlonnl treatmont HaUs Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J 1i Cheney fi Co Toledo 0 Is thq only r9i tltt onnlcurodnthanmrl et It Ia tijkon IntornnlJy in Uoswj frothten drops toateaaDoimful It aria directly on the 4j f Md murona Biirfaces of the sys SttttI They offbr opa hundred dollars forclrcu1arsPT cIrIEi Ca toltdo O Sold by nruEgistvTSc Poor 8ub tUatci For No So son said tbo graybeard ypa jrore about ttgcoIot1a to clo battle with the world Yes father ansW red lh young tban ouldJcan di8i uuclerttanjh1 do or not The tbehabltrSjrut while you wce Ju tollege but it busIwi4SCUidunart inquirer U All Osptsrjg HeJad been buried in thought tOt soMMtise par suppose be asked at lint luJte aew woman will ever alt on tht apreie bench t VliiaJJ dcpendV she replied prompt Jy JShell nercr do It soJong as the i ndgcB persist u vrcariug govvusr 1 jci liSS rr J HYDRAULIC ENGINES YST 8U hnahDdJDpw The great merit of thejiydranlio ram iis that its fit cost Is joodtrate the cx peaso raaintenaoce it yery slight anti it c asel lealy loses Bnruroa forces to lift Water for any desired pnrpcse The tumble yith gttting water to buildings or upon the land for irrigation that in most cases the brooks Btrcoms tprings gTipdnds are lower than tho plane whOre tho yratcr is wanted Many people seem to bo unconscious of the fact that one can take advautugo of natures laws fo raise vratcr from n lower to a higher level by using a bY dranlio ram American Agriculturist demonstrates in an ezhaustivo article that these machines have cu greatly improved of late years and dont get out of order ns the old fashioned ram used to do rind works on a principle that fa1 simple and easily understood The cu thqflty referred to says i Tho supply must bo from 4 to 12 feet higherl than the location of tho rum and from 12 to 100 feet distant from it In locating a rum net only the falJ aiuj distance must bo takes into considera tion but romp means of draining tho waste water from jho ram must jbe prd videil If the ram must bo locate in get tho desired fall a drain must IPitto d starting from tho bottom of thoPit Jf it ia J1Ot practicable to 10 tronIa ran may bo located directly under the supply andviUrorkcquahIy well Tho supply must determine tho size of tbo pipe to be used Never use a ram that is too large for the sfupply water can bo discharged to nn ITho several times the fall of the from the reservoir to tho ram the reatestfaD causing the discharge of tbo greatest amount of water at o given height Each foot of fall will lift the lull supply25 feet or a less amount of water to apater height A very small stream if constant is enough to fill tho tank required for most eets of buildings As the water is always moving danger from hOst is reduced tern minimum A little rain costing only 50 under a fall of picct pijiywill deliver over 4000 gallons per day 24 hours to a height of 125 feet A big ram with a sufficient supply under thquauiefall will raiso neariyztn equal height about 0000 gal lons per hour or enough to rover an acre with water 1 inch deep every 8 hours and would irrigate q Acres every 24 hours to that dopth The modem or Rita rum is coming into general use for nIl aitch purposes da well as for supply ins reservoirs for villages railroad tanks and tho like Somo claim to bo able to irrigate ns much ns uecessary to insure against drought at a cost of only 25 cents per acre When A well below tho house level is fed hyn constant supply of water it is possible to make natures forces pnuip thowell water up hilL If there is slopo enough bolow tile well put n small pipe into the well and carry the otbcr end down the Blope where it wilt be lower than tho level of tho water in tho welL Tho water will then begin to run out of this pipe which once filled with water becomes a siphon Placo n hydraulic mat at the lower cud of the pipo cud the water can bo raised to the top of the hilL If there id a constant stream feed fag thQ well an equivalent stream oven if it to a m ro thread of water can bo taken out in tho siphon nndtho rant bo allowed to worSt constantly or iit can bo arranged to start up thcsoi water works up cccasipu requires stopping the movement when A sufficient supply has been forced to tho top of the hilL IWhrat Deteriorates Gcbrgesonof tho 4az- iias state experiment station sayS Thllt wheat does deteriorate in the coursoof- years under the care that the avcragn farmer gives his crop I think must be conceded The yield becomes less tho grain of an inferior quality and tho millers complain that the proportion of bran to flour Is too largo From what section it would be moat desirable to procure a change of red cannot an sWered positively In our crpcrienco hero at the station wo havo us a general thing had tho bent results from whcat Grown in about tho eamo latitude to the pastwnrd of tin The start for our best yielding varieties came from Virginia Maryland mid Ohio A variety of supo nor merit produced only by selection and oulturo under the most favorubro conditions can maintain its superiority only when grown 4nd selected with the same care which produced it Oar farmers do not givp their wheat that care and culture and the legitimate re suit is that it runs out The main cause of deterioration then is under tho con trol of tho farmer himself Shrinkage of Wool A writer in Farm and Home tells about an experiment undertaken to de ermine tho loss occasioned by shrink ago of wool Tlufindications from this investigation uro that First early clip ped medium wool from a well kept flock freo from dirt nnd stored in good quarters will not shrink ill weight to nay appreciable extent within a year from date cf shearing second IntO clipped wool of substantially the uuid kind will under the fuuno treatment fihriukjibont per ccnt of its original weight within a year It is probable that heavyj greasy wool will shrink considerably more than this Wool deal ers state thnt they can never handle thin kind of wool in tho early part of tho season without sustaining n heavy loss in weight Before deciding fo hold wool It hfwell to take into consideration the kind and condition of the clip anti cal culate the probable loss frouvshriukage Evaporated Frnlt The demand for evaporated fruit is constantly iucrcosiue One rendon for bythelurestqicthods tlmtdric1i kitchC11toYtlioesaporatingproceict suitable flupA Steam col Is beneath the ttrajBhave bjcnfoundto ern better pnrpoie J 7 IPDblcSaleJi ON fhufsdaySept24J96 iI will sell to tfco highest bidder on the premises ktho farm of Henry William deceased ecu tattling about BOO acres in a fine- state of cultivation stuated near toIeight miles north of Springfield on the waters of the Little Beach between Iho Lincolns Run turn pike and the Waltons Lick turn pike and on a county road This farm will he offered in two tracts anhen altogether and the gne bringing the most money will bA- the sale Too first tract contains about 1130 acres of good land fronts on the county road has a comfortable dwelling house jand barn The second tract con sists ot 200 acres of good farm in land has i it the family residence a twostory frame with wellIings Privilege to seed this fall given and possession given Jan uary 1 1897 IThis farm will be sold on a of 6 12 and 18 months McAlIi111 farm to anyone desiring to look over it Sale to begin at 1 oclock- P m B L LITSEY Executor Marvelous Results From a letter written by Roy J Gun dermnn of Dlmoudrlc lb bareixjrnilltcd to make this extract I Stave nn hesisancy III recoinineidfni Dr Kingq Nov pjncoven ns the results were almost marvelous in tho case of my wlf While I vnspnstor of the B plst Lhurcli Rt Rivrn Junction she wns brought down with pneumonia Kiiccoed ing la prlppe Terrible paroxysms of cou chtnK would last for hours with dIeI te Interruption and it boomed ns if roeIit quick in its work and highly 811 Lsfuitory in results Trial little free at Haydon Robertson DruggisisSS7 VAT e 4 2t 1 I FREE 1a AVe have made arrangements for a limited number ot year ly subscriptions to the LADIESS I HOMES e g IDEAL 4 t An ijjustraffcd monthly inaga gX zinc nitrtlin1u il nt fhronrr and 3 containing Stcrle3 Skotclics j and everything interesting fur the homeiC8 For each new subscriber to y the NFwsLI nUt who pays S One Dollar Cash in advance gl- tf wo will semi this magazine to fz z 3 uny aIltIressAnsoLuTELy- iaEg 44Our number is limited anti first come first served i Adilressall communications 3 1to F L DflYISON JR t tPUBLISIII tII Jij1S e I lYA N JSLTA now Many Ponnili IA correspondent a true story sends which to The could ComI collegeIthought it trashy or worseIFor my part fO1ndI it highly interesting I especially liked YOllremembertera little coarse no doubt out well sketched in and decidedly strong At this point n young collegian who had taken up part in the conversation suddenly found his voice How much can he lift be asked In all soberness Y outp Companion The Plot That FallellIDid you try tIter scheuio of ringing a bell on Johnson when ho Avas in tim middle of Ins SJlecchI a1strceta1 I mad the mistake of ringing twice complimentthoughtit CiuciQUnti Enquirer 1 1 f J NEW fAC1S ABOUT WHEAT Ib4t Outcome of Tests Made at thft TarS Experience t Slat locfe Valnablo work has bOOn doho in vrhcii culture at tho various stations testing eceptthwere tnado with winter wheat This SnmmarlzedyThe At tho Illinois station the tests coyer a period of seven years During that time it has been shown that tho dry tboiturity Curing in tho shado aa when the wheat ia shocked has a slight advantage over drying in tho sun Five pecks to the aero seems to bo the most desirable quantity to sow Sowing from Sept 10 to Oct yielding about equally with a slight tendency to favor Sept 9 Barnyard manure Is of great benIFhtillght clay being notably better than super plospbnto It iis almost impossible to neighborlugnlmoit as much as plants of different varieties Ir 1805 the following varie ties gave the highest yields in tho order uamcd Orcjqn Swamp Thesis Buck Uti Ohio Earljr Ripe New Monarch Landreth and Early ted Clawson The Indiana experiment station demonstrated that varieties not only show marked differences ity yield hard lucsa and quality but nlQ in their adaptation tb soils and climatic conditions Tho individual farmer must therefore determine by trial what is best thitkI20 is tho best time to sow wheat ne sowInghaswheat in regular rotations with rather wIle intervals between crops has given satisfactory results- Experiments with early cnd late bar vesting show that there is u steady in crease of grain up to full ripeness nl though tho best weight may bo obtain ed if hnivested in the dough stage The yield is reduced if tho crop is rJlowcd to become dead ripe Fair profits havo been realized from the use of horse taint are This has not been cstabJishci in the case cf commercial fertilizer For two years tho following varietirs gave tho best yields Joicu Fife Michigan Amber Red Clawson and Velvet Chaff In Missouri the varieties producing tho highest yields for four years were Fultz Extra Early Red Currolio Pro lific Hindaitan Jones Winter Fife American Bronze and Missouri Blue Stem all of which had an average yield cf more than 30 bushels per acne A mixture cf varieties has resulted iu tat increased yield over the nvrago of the varieties gown separately Concerning tho exchange of seed wheat on the resulting crop tbo North Dakotasjaticn finds that varieties do not degenerate Uxauseol continnougrowth- Ion tho santo soiL Different samples of ntIsoils under liko climatic conditions will uuc1ISam0l1oJ9 r v being done at the Minnesota ftatiou 111 experimenting with wheat Time idea to develop varieties by eviration and crossing In other words wheat brood ing is being tried extensively IWnter Wheat Ecediog The carlit tho ground is prepared for seeding especially if tho wheat follows spring grain the hotter condition tho seed bed can bo put In Tho stubblo cf grain when plowed under keeps the toil abovoiti much too dry The roller should bo put oa ns soon as possible utter tha furrow is turned cud thisshoull bofol Sowed by tho harrow loosening the stir face but yet compacting the soil below If this is done promptly the moisture turned up by the furrow will bo pro vented from evaporating every shower will make tho soil moister As American Cultivator explains it is by J11iqgIIon unplowed ground would not wet down half an inch that tho seed bed for wheat is mado what it should be Apples In IIlMoart The secretary of tho Missouri State Hortipnltural society is reported un stating that Missouri will bo Ihepriu cipal tipple growing stato for the next years and accounts for tho decline in thu production of the apple raising sections of western Now York northern Ohio and portions of Michigan by tho lost itality of the crchurdn anti tho failure of growers to stock thorn with now trees Ho further says Wo apple growers of Missouri are now doing what they did in the cast 50 years nro planting trees in tho virgin HrowoI reaping tho beuofitcf tho soils vitality wows nj J IictoT Cut cucui bcis from tho lines Do not pill t1J lAlJotllcr big corn crop fanov in pros poet TnkiuR the country as a whole tho fruit crop of 1890 may bo put down a full line There huvo been sonic short ages in the souther states and also iu tcrrltorica wct of the Roc y ountolns1 An nppenl has been issued partment of agriculture for the obsorv unDo of a tddty iu the pul lfo scnoobj throughout tho country tlmtj value1itthem Whomever rot or blight has prevailed in potatoes no time should be lost n tcTI the potnUws aro dug in burning tho tcpqI Tha coat of refrigerating perishable fruit in transit is ono of too burdens which cuts seriously into profits of growers and shippers A quart of good cream should snake I Jjj pounds of butter Mix lampblack with strong vinegar to njark the sheep on the wooL AppeDdlclUINew Cans of noIEfinest specimen of a ekinfliut I tboI Oh the deacons dead answered the obliging resident The deuce you say thought ho was too mean to dieI So did most cvcrybodv but lila oulJ got ab small it slipPed into his vernii form appendix and iihicd blmnDe- ttgt cw i r j l tj ir fNT A SICK DAY For Over Thirty Years RESULT OF USING AYERSPILLS Aycrs Cathartic Pills for ovr thirty years hayp kept mo In good health irtver JiaVlng md a sick day in nllthat ttlbi lkeIj cn y I snfferd vlniost cobmuallytj a result of Btli attonT rpin dynporwln heartaches ucuralgtzbu and Oilier eruptive tUsease Wher I became convinced that ninetenths of my troubles caut by cotmtlpation I ftrgnn the ereI of Ayers Pills with the jaost tory results never Staving n jilnslo attack thinS did not rcatlily ytehto this rcnictly Sly wjfo who hail been an Invalid for years also began to i o Aycrs Pills her health wan quickly restored With children I hind no tlcotl that nearly nil their ailments were preceded by constipation and I floonI had pleasure of knowing that with children ns with parents Ayers Pills Jf taken in season avert all danger faickuessH WETTSTBUI Jlyron AYERS PILLS Highest Honor tlt Worlds Fair Ayess SaraapulllaSzenglbens the SpttCl Now is the time tjp subscribe forth JNEW3LKADEnohly SIa yeur fk Its a little carJ1lriI i this weawin to begin l thel18houhl renu inter thai If we go Into winter with summer cold nil our lung we are liable to have pneumonia about the Hrst snow or cold mln Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey buildH nod strengthens woak cords nl the human body air passage lungs call bronchial tubes lint nm Mndfted and rondo sore by the winlfuN Masts Its a tissue builder and whilf thoiuwnds of chronic cases are today finding relief strength from its use millions of people wpm mini of coiiglin and colds and krpt stlmt by the use of this fincdy nil tluonnh Inst win tor It fitrrs vet 1iing in iis Unorx ccpt consumption uu rimiile of this ill enilctf malady find r M niil coin fort from use limo uinulup is made only by tile Eo K jtitlti rlimlMxlictiio Co Ihidticuli andimht lIv all d Oji dtllnr bottle hold live times and the lc tus twt and n quarter tinos ns nuch as the pV iIe Formula by Hqydon A Robortsnn A BOON TO +HUMANITY CUSHMANS MENTHOllfJIIAlERGu IheIiCATAUI51I HEADACHE NEURALGMUCRIPPtr smileIt tau lII ootiing i1siaIw romnsJ o5tj- aeez1ng fClI LDS8orsThri ao nlE nuet ar- a Illy ver Bron cblUs La 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loves to charity woik or oven Ui help toO who nrc not oh jjp of charity thut uroat fooling of Lrotheriy Jove planted in lilt that binds thwjtl lieU the triple who would have born blind today lJPeRtisn their friends told thorn to use HtrttioiInndiR Ilagle EyoStlvo It has been proven to both iboxt rsmodyon earth forunv kind of sore eyes For sale by llardun A ICobntsona D ngglsta Whore Axe the Hens Just gotift letter from Mildred SItes enjoying the country so much She says Every day at sunrise a uoigh1 boring rooster rouses us with his earl morning 1ay1 Eurly morning lay Whats the matter with the henson a strike Cleveland Plain Dealer llow II Happened Why ilr Portly jon are all dqrit upl What the1I attcrfl Bicycle L Butyou doai ride a whcell Npj but the jother fcllot doci Flie tide Ulster o t f j 5 esrNtssw1bssaa 1 9 miIiij t t r1etri A 1ab1Preparationfor- AshnitMIrFoodaMRcgula flag thaSWeMaMBowe1s IltIiBI Promotes DiestionCheerru1 NOT NARCOTIC otllIk cod s SJII t JlApqfcctBsixtedy for 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can duplicate city prtceF on anything In Inw pourline A trial order is all we ash to con jjil tr vince yOu We will take pleasure In showing v you goods ard quote whether ypu wish al j t to buy or not vs f m ys HL5SdS F LIGHTNING t f CURES Colic Cramp Dlarynais Cholera Morbus NuaChanges of Water Eta SIC ON OF aayUdnj Jut asvere77 Ir1 ptt prcl HOT DROPS NPEAKR UP A COLD NL RAILROAD OU0MThTRtPNTPP0W HEAkS Cuts Rrns ancIaesrta ItzTaMaaGd ftEvatrtrHsse25 soc Pa Borne 70 RsijrtMo PAY itt ttba mnt lat tso jd esc half time aa much u iybotUc hERD MEOICLNS S7RIKQ9ISU 0 Sv orWOOL WOOL J tti bUHho best market andour Is tbob tlionTO td hip to We turin literal 4 Tntee on consignments Besides Vs taro better facIlities other Iu nsu la btvlc J many largo factories to supply We get you the ten prio and paY spot cash not U v trade trarcUifg agents snip oil your wool anti nnz jtxvdbco dIrest M ru HERNOONOARTTER CO1XQ Third Stteet or 813 to 819 JCorr ll Court LOtnnnirJIXTtt = THE Sc One Way li U3t takes passengers front the following stations to HEALTH 9Mitto piztiness Headache Vertigo Pains in the Back or Sifle S1uIkLivtrcIJo Kidney Troubles NE rS LAXATIVE Ask for Ifc take istoijothera bf 5 WEVt LAXATWE COLsi1fls t f4 Ir 5 5S