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rtVmUaPmi VV PRBSBYTERIAN CHURCtf f fiQvRK O taw onP7torSei every SuflJt1tt1flftfl Rpm PntySr MEet Vg overy Thursday night r CATHOLIC CHURCH llefJ PHenncsyPutor Service every Bcdday afS nd 40 oclock a a Service at St Rose tame hqur VV FR1TEffN7tl R ERSeI fllbine LonoB fipringfleld lodgeNo 60 i MactsoDcondfonrin each incutb- Wjulilni on R O ohapter Nr meets every thir4 MondayV SprlaRadldjiSouiicll No 52 meets every fourth llondayl- KsioUTaprHoKQVV Meets evopy second Judfourth Monday In each KJrtan n er tine 1o1n monthISLrti Wednesdav of each L COUNTY DIRECTORY 1 OlHOOI pOURT Gfrcult dourtlxRina on tbe fourth 4L dkyln B jbruaryHay and October CEKattersonJodVe tWnSwooney Commonweajth Attorney if Catavbfell Clerk + i5WSlmmtJasAr Commissioner vQUARTERLY COURT Quarterly Cotirfcfa held on tho third Mon ei dinJanuary4PrUJUIend October Jack W Thompien Judge t COUNTY COURT VCoMitypourt meets on the fourth Mon i VlU each month f tack W Thompflon Judge t W F Hooker County CjcrkV r i IHThnrman oourIT Attorney JK Smith Jailer v 3 T crajrcrof t Kheriff t 4 W R Thurmafc tB B PocreU Vpaputies VVV tC1 Masters JamcsTMior county Surveyor VVW D Baarp AsscsorVAoeJ1apu y VABtJinipbell County Treasuren r 8P INGFIBLDOIREOTOP- oW IIT jDKoe PollcaJudge VJjtJIVW Q fled city Attorney t JUbTICB OCJOR- TJuilico courts are held in January April VjdTaaaOctober I i Personal FRKB 64pago medical reforenco book cOo any porsort afflKtod with any specif chronic or delicate dfeeasn peculiar to fOLrV Addrew the leading physi clans arid Bunreonsof tho United States Dr Hathaway t CC1 70 Dearborn street VCixican T7IFTY DOLLARH A WBKK EASILY MADE Alont8wnntetliUOervJc1cality for VVsonlyThellcr ever produced Agenttt are tukj ing as miiny as SOOordfcr i or week vnrof frnndiloutImitatInhiS Send for outfit and begin work at once W B V1Dea4xrnlreoCbIcago CONKKY COMPANY Publishers 341 t In jjtnediQino the betronly Is good enough The best jrlvs tho quickest anti longest relief without baying anv bvil after effects PKBolls Peppermint UhllL Tonic is 1dit does not rack your bufleSAfld shock your nerves Take Hand see tho results chllhvand malaria f disappear as snow before tbo sunshine Jrlof spring The after elfectn arc sound bohlo rich red blood good floah nUll ri ru ob111s i J VV ft VV a J SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 10 1897 II ODDS AND f NDS OF GOSSIP TILE GRADUATES J ylllsay In explanation Othls mighty peroration It Is but relaxation Of my great Imagination At the tlmo of graduation Wo 5viH feel great exultation Then will come theseparatlon- Bui after a short vacation WeM aftbnlsh all creation Vftth our know lodgo of mensuration As well as numeration And matters of eomlUrotionI Beyond nil calculation The result of education To decide on ohbs Vocation Is a subject for niedltatloh If an author of celebintlon Or matter what our station May no act of degradation Much of dissipation Mar out bravo determination To develop olvlhzntlouVBut rise by each graiatIonV To that noble elevation Whore with feelings of olailon Well view each past privation Pro exhausted my information Do not think this an Inundation Ot words of the same termination WJ GUnViN in Courier Journal FELLOWS These to QUEER raisers re queer indi viduals remarked an observant riend tha other day If you doat thinkso just start out and try and find out how much tobacco is t6 be planted this sea son There is one thing that the average tobaccq man will lie about andthat is the number of acres of the weed he will plant This year you will find that nine out of eVery ten tobacco growers you question about the size of his proposed crop will tell you that he intends to plant only so many acres when inV reality he isI making preparations to put out jjust twice the number ofI acres he has named The reaj son of this is quite plain athei smooth tobacco man thinks he is working a great scheme on his neighbor but he 13 mistaken j his scheme works just the forI site result from the one da sired You see your tobacco fried tells all of his neighbors that ho in tends raising only a little patch of tho weed this year that the market is low and is going lower in other words he tries to conI vinco his neighbor that tobacco anyIwayfollow the example of wise ones and not attempt u large crop thisi season Now it generally turns out that the neighbor does a little thinking on his own hook and reasons somewhat like this if all these other fellows dont intend to plant a full crop tobacco will be scarce and prices higher this fall so I will put in Ia little more than I expectejl to and make a big thing out of itI and so it turns out that a whole lot of those growers think of tho same little scheme and the result is a big crop all around the neighborhood Me OF GAIETyThe AROUND Club has not been heard from for some time but the w nkers in that charitable literary and social order wish itj understood that they are by no proIIposethis summer one continuous round of pleasure in the way of entertainments of a varied order One of the first productions will be what is called a Photograph asIasI 9barity cured the copyright of the Pho eXIclusivetion in this state In July the club will give an oratorical contest similar to the one given last year with the exception that this one will be a contest between young men from the various colleges throughout the state among whom will be W CollegoLexlington College Elliott of Kentucky University Gordon of Rich mond and McElroy of Centre College The latter part of Julv a Charity Ball will bej given which will participated in by invited gue3tsfromxvarious VV parts of the state Among the Other entertainments talked of is a minstrel Show to be produced by home talent there being so iit is said some really good talent lying undiscovered a r o un d Springfield The people of this place have frequently shown their appreciation of a good thing in the line of dramatic entertainments and it may be well toadd that they have also shown a great capacity for endurance and forbearance in seeing some thing not so good and it goes without saying that if the Char ity Club or any other organiza tion gives us something good the effort will be appreciated TATHAM The opening hop will I given at Tatham Springs on next Tuesday evening and the usual good crowd is expected The hopat Tatham which is given every year soon after the opening of that popular resort alwaysdraws a crowd from Springfield Harrodsburg and other points The number of guests at the Springs so far this spring has been comparatively small owing to the continued coolness of the weather The cool days and cooler nights we have been having while very pleasant to the citizen of everyday walks in life is tough on summer resorts as it is when old Sol is putting in his best licks anti making life a burden to city folks that the summer resorts and springs flourish The usuall good quota of guests is looked for at Tatham this season however or just as seen as the weather opens and the management has made quito a number of improveraents to ad to the comfort and convenient of the visitors ThelSpringfioldI its victory over the Centre Col lege team two weeks ago has gained a reputation for bull play neigqborI season having defeated all riv als until itstruck Springfield The boys here never practice at all but it seems that they havo a knack of getting together when the occasion demands and put ting up a game of ball that would do credit to professionals They are always ready and willing to meet all comers and on short notice and never fail to put upI a goodgamcVr I QUESTION An exchange a puts the following poser The publisher of a newspaper has one thing to sell and one thing to rent He has the riew paper to sell and the space in his columns to rent Can anyone exIjone or the other He can if he so chooses and he does as a matter of fact furnish a great deal of space rent free But it does not follow that he ought to expected to do so It ought toI ItIgrocer strange say is not looked upon in that light at all yet everybody knows that the existence of a newspaper depends upon the rent of itsI space and the sale jof the paper as a merchants success depends on selling his goods instead of giving them Electric BittersIElectric Bittns is a medicine suited for sny season but perhaps mnro j ucr ally needed whon the languid exhaus ted feeling prevails when tho liver is torpid and sluggish and tho need of tonic and alterative is felt A prompt usoof this medicine has often averted long and perhaps fatal billion fevers No medicine will act moro surely in spstomIIyield to ElectriQdUlttcrs 60o slut 100 per bottle ut ffaydon d Rufoertsoua DrugStoreV V1V i t VVVV- ifJf MACKVILLE Prom Our Regular Correspondent Farmers are about throug planting corn It wont be long until wheat iis ready to harvest ani tbs pros pect is es fine es was ever seen Rev PeepJes preached at the Methodist church Harrodsburg- last Sunday James Isham and wife attend ed church at Pleasant Grove last SundayL Peter has been spending a few days at home with his family Dr H P Cox has had bis dwelling pn Main atreotrepaint ed It now affords quite a neat appearanceMiss McFatridge has bfien visiting relatives in Ear rodsbur for several days Miss Duncan of High Bridge is here attending the ftjprina Rev JL Clark of Burnside formerly of this place visited his father here last weekV Mis Marion Sweeney who has been VquiLaVill for sometime Iis now thooght to be convalescent Childrens day services will be oserved at the Christian church here on the third Sunday An attractive program is being pre pared for the pccasion We are gladJo note that some repairing is being done on the Mackville and Willisburg turn piK which hasV been greatly Del ded for sometime It has been in such a condition that one could scarcely drive out of a walk for fear of tearing their vehicles into pieces We trust Uiis willnot be the case in the mar future atij that the over sir 01 board of director will pruss forward in this movement Rev J H Pence of Boyle county has been conducting a mCtiutr at Cherry Grove near here sand it is reported that much good is being jone Mr John Mallvoy end wire and the Misses Williams of Mt Zion all attended church Lore last Sunday and were the guests of Miss Lula Peters Prof Cheek began bis normal course at tne college here lasi week Quite a number of teachers are in attendanceV We have a good society of Christian Endeavor at this place Prof Poajre led the meeting last Suaday which was indeed an inI teresting one to all present the subject being The Tougue as Christians Tool The differ ent ways of using the tongue wer explained and therefore the bost was to use it for the glory of God There is no better society lor the young people than the Endeavor and all should be more earnestly engaged in the work Mr U StiIUonn merchant of Tumj llob writes August IfiJl Fol eiyV Kidney Curo in incetiiiR with uoi lerfnl Jt cured Hoinocnifea ipro that pliyHlciaiiM pronounced incur iblo I myself am ablj to testify to tIn merlIn My taco today is a living jlo turn or licalth and Koluys Kidney Cure hun niiiio il such I had authored twenty 81iL yearn with tho imwiso and todayI I foul ton years younger tlinr yoar ago I call obtain wonderful ortilientLs of Hb medical iinlitict For sale by llnytlon iVHobcrtson Pity Tis True The following is clipped from the Odd and Otherwise column of the Harrodsburg Democrat An old man Who has watched the progress of events tells a neighboring that girls are the best crop to raise Uesays Ill tell you about the only thing worth raising these days is gals You take a big family of gals and vou can safely count on them making their way in the world They marry some trifling fellow but will go to woik arid support him These days crops of boys is a complete faibre It isrery seldom you find a boy that can mako enough to buy a pair of joans pants They dont want to work and more than that never quit smoking these pesky cigar tttes long enough to learn how VVVV t ri i f 4V to work NO sIr if a man raises a crop of gals hes all right put lhe stock of boys has about run out WITH OUR FARMERS Notices stock seed or grain wanted or for sale or exchange inserted in this cot ump or Farmers are uested to send in stock or crop items topublication Tho Armours and other largo cattle dealers httvo organized a cattle loan Association with n capital stock of 8500000 Tho purpose Is to lend money to farmers on tho security of chattel mortgages on etock and grain tttVIt is reported that the blackrrrrj crop promises to be the finest over before seen In the State of Kentucky From ono end of tho State to the other where a bush can be found the blooms are as thick as they can pose bly stick ittN- aco Wheeler of Nelson county sold to Thompson Bros of LaRue county tbo yenrllng stallion Senator Fulton by Beau Brummel 800 This youngster was a winner at several fairs last season and will be cam paignedV IttT- here are farms which ares year after year almQst barren of fruits oj vegatables yet an eighth ofc an acre for a garden and a half acre In selec ted fruits will supply a family abun dantly with fresh vegetables and fruits II i We are told by a close observer that the curculio is destroying the pOaches apples and plums in this vicinity and that these crops will be very short on that account This insect stings the fruit depositing an egg which batches a grub causing the fruit to withor and fall from the branches Growers should keep an eye out for the pest The best way to prevent tho ravages is to jar the tree each morning J t f Robert J and John R Gentry nre being worked to a high wheel sulky at Fleetwood Park preparatory starting one of thorn against toI unbeaten worlds record of 208 14 a high wheel sulky on an oval track Johnstons record was made in 1884 Tho effort to break this record wijl at11IartfOrdpacers worldItt Eontuckiane who have good calvary stock should be grooming and fatten- Ing The Belgian army officials havo applied to the Department of Agricnl tura through their Minister at Washington for information as to the suit ability of our horses for calvary remounts and as to the districts in which the best horses for this purposes maybe obtained They have been referred to Cal I B Nail Secretary of the National S tddle Horse Breeders As Jciation Louisville Ky and alsa to our War Department which has made extensive purchases of calvary horses in Kentucky and on the Chicago mar ket tho past year Belgium army officers will be able to find horses that will fill the bill in the saddlehorse brooking districts in Kentucky and Missouri but prices are not as low as they have been It seems a fair prospect for saddlehorse breeders just at present We know of but one community in the world where dyspepsia Is practically unknown and ttint in the Slickers ofV Mount Lebanon N Y Those good pee 110 havo been studying the subject qf itigrstiiin for mol than hundred years mil tlmt theyundorHland it thoroughly in evidenced in tho foifgoing fact Tliolr DlKtstlve Cordial Is the tho safest and host remedy ill cascsof dluchtion that wo know of A trial Lxlt I can be had through your druggixtn for tho trilling mm of ten ct ius TheShnkor Digestive Cordial supplies tho system with fooil already digistod and at tho smite limn side the digestion af other foudp It will almost Instantly reiievo tho ordinary symptoms of Indl iietion Iud no sufTdror need to bo told whet those arc Luxol is tho heat medicine for chil dren Doctors recommend It iu place of Uu8torni FENWIGK From Our SpoiUl JorropnJcnU Mr J T Harmon sidwife spent Sunday and Monday wIthrclativ d near Chaplin Ky MM Lizzie Anderson and chil dren of FreJerickatown were yin ting relatives at apd near Feuwick last week Jlay Bjandfrn4 mailo a business trip to Uurrudsburg on Tuesday last f Mrs William Sallee and family were visiting friends at prjngGoldj on Tuesday W infield Keys or CJrilislivilJe ucIngitgvtt for btate Experimental Stotigu tfLawrenceKan wag in tr L It VV JIr i Ithe village on Saturday m the inter st of local stations Misses Lizzie Adams and Ethic Rogers former pupils otour common schorls arc attending Washington Normal at Mc tvllttheI Mr John Barker a respected Citizen and Octogenarian iis rapidly declining in health at his home near Pleasant Run infant daughter of Mr and IoM ID Montgomery has been ill for several days but at present is porno improved The family 01 Mr Daul Rogers fiavo measles but it is hoped no fatal results will occui Vhnt camo near to being a fatal accident occurred on Sunday after noon near tho iren bridge at Pleasant Run toMr Will Nalty who was out driving with Ins sister anl cousin Misses Sally and1agJ gie N nllwhen tne horse became unmanageablo and kicked the buggy to pieces fortunately though severely bruised the parties were not seriously hurt t Mr G S Good successor of Mr 1Iun ford In the mercantile business at Fenwick has rented proper ty from C R Harmon and will continue the business at the old stand Prof Elmer Anderson returned home on Wednesday from nfemonths term at the Winchester N 01 mal Institute aad will accept n position in the common schools of our county Prof Cheek of the Washington Normal Institute at Mackvillo was in the village in the interest of his schoolon Wednesday and mast Oi the local teachers are attending Esquire James M Janes was selected by the patrons ot distiict N40 9tj on Saturday as trustee for the common school at this place Mrs Laura Coffee nee Lair died of consumption at the residence other father Mr Thos Lair near this place on Saturday night about 10 oclock pmThe rare accomplishments and winning disposition of the young lady had won all who knew her as friends to mourn her early death for remains were interred with appropriate bel vices atthe Mackville qeruotery on Mon day It 10 oclock am Recent earn tltics to children from being bitten by n rabid dog occur ing north of this place should surely put people on the guard ngiinst harboring or allowing the worthless curs of tho community to go unkilled It is safe to say hat thtro tis not ono dog iill twenty worth the risk of his living when compared with the horrible Buffering of n humin being with hydrophobia to say nothing of the risk to stock and damage done otherwise by worthless ranines The good Jrg like the good Iiriian is facet when dCldor at least muzzled during the hot summerinonths now at handVHo to Find Out Fill n bottle or common water glass with urlne and lot It stand twentyfour hours a icMnifant or settling indicates n diseased condition of tho kidneys Whlsu urine status lines it is positive evidence of kidney trouble Too freoueot desue to urinate or pain in te hackS is atao con lnctng proof that tLO kidneys and tjladdcr era out of orderV U II AT TO DO There 1CllI luiv In tbo kuowledy often ncprcncxl tut ur Klhncra Swamp Root the great kidney rcjandy fulfills every relieving pain in the back kidne ft WishI btaddorjand every part of the urinary sages It corrects inability to hold urine anti srulainK pain In imsilng it or ad of feet following use of liquor wine or benz anti overcomes that unpleasant nscosalty DfbclnB compelled to get up many times during tho iiipLt to uinate Tim mild and extraordinary effect of 8 vampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for Its derful cures of t 0 most distrpulng cases It you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by drucgisu price fifty cents andone dollar For a sample bottle and pamphlet both sent frao by mall mention Newa IEH and egad your fuR pos of lice address to Dr Kllmor it Co Bib bamton N Y The proprietors of this pa per Ruarantoo tho genuineness ofthlsoff- orWVILLISBURG As it has beonquite a while ainca our town bubeen bear9 from in your valaableIwUi1give1 a lOW items A largeVCrOWd atterded the decoration at ILii placo Friday MrJobtfCristo Adairwhi has boon vvfaUipgf CTriahi Show rnakerhmtsrurnc4jwoaVVVVVVVV VV4 INo 03 t Miss AdaColviti ofyourlbwi is visiting fripijds at this plcVVMessrs G Bf 0awki s Johnl l VjVSearoyr arjdMrT1 HahTaba7e returned to twrencebntff J IDrWW Batk is in Anter desOn tthsweokV j Mesdames Annie Miller atcL- Jcsio Brown are visiting In An4 derson county l VVQuitea npmbef of charming young ladles 67 Madkville atfen dcd thrice cream npper at thIS J placo1Prjdayf night j Mr Bruce Hawkins will mots to Lawropceburg soon We rVgret to pive him up He vragia1 j faithful membber of thereadInV circleTaylorFerzeIl andV5fO Fiii Jiey were elected trnsteea of jthissv districti We expect tb have a pew scbool house and a fojtV school this year Madame Rumor speaks of a J rceddmg at tins plajc inVth9Vnear4V futureVVAn ice ream finppar wa i given at thfc place Friday pightiV for the benfefitbl theVVjj ghnrctu 1 Ed Wells will atten the coW mencement at Waddy KY4ineitf week and will then turrttd 7Lawrencennr IP make bid lu ture home r VlVHero Is a dIataon hero apiece of chars cealBotil ore carbon yiti fcotyMtT VVthem stands the nit lttirit f1IUiJf DIfJNature Ite food on your table and your own lbbdnel ieniontaUyVteam1 i yet between tboHtrtt stands tho dfgjMh thou Ibo nrbltef of growth or declfnc VI VVlife or death cannot make aVI12 mondj no cannot raakO losh blood anif bonb No But by means of the Sbaketj jjjgeattve Cordial webi t1UVstomach to digest food which wouldV otherwise fermEnt arid poison t he sysf te n lasH fornw of dyspepsia and inVclpiont constimptiinVwIthrweaT ness VVloss pfdash turn btofdrnervOusVpros tratiqn the Cordial laVb8utssfUirOm i ody DtkeJllTlth r lt rtsUevoa at once It nourishes arid assists paturo to nourish A trial bottlecnouBh t4JVVf merits tshow its J ibf Penny WIse and 6nn4 foolishi aro they tho havonofVFicy Colic eurti VVas a safeguard In the fanijiy ior aalefiy llavdou it HoberiaoriV COHSUMPTICH CAH BE CUREDY T A blocum li d ho areacVcVbGzisE and Scientist will send FrseV to tho Afvr1 Slated Tbred Bottles of HJiJTewIT JJis covered Bemedles to OttroOonsTxnjptlop and All Lung TroublesVNothing could be mpro miter more phil anthroplc or carry mbro Joy to faeaflllctod than the offcof T AV Slocuni MAC ofVNew York thy tVOonfldent that he has discover dCareltV able core forconsumption and ajrbroncolalK andweaknesslpuot flesh sad all cpncUU Ions of wasting and to make JIts gatVmerits Irnbw he will sondVtics tj any reader of tho vsLZAUeaV be 1who may satferhign Already this new sclent Iflo course or medicine has pennanentJy ctfrod thpus nods of apparently boneless cases The Doctor considers U bis religious dutyVV VVVa duty which be owes to huinanltyrtV donstoVhii InfdlUblo oweV VVn6 ban proved theVUIft lid e nmptioifVto be a curable dJs axe beyond any doUbtVVud bas on Lie m Ia Amcrfcan ii dEur itromjf tbo vrorld t i Dont delay until It Is ton later GonsTiinp thou nnintcrrnpted means speedy and cer s ain death Address T A Slocam MC Pine StrOctNewYork and wZ1Wr1tVVVVt ng the Doctor give exproia audpastofflq address and plcaso mention reading thW article In TUB NBWSLEADEBV inhe Foot1 IIoiariyrTe1VV says art cmlnept Engljlh decor uwill carry enough poison to infect a house tihoichVlfl summertJmc nlore cspcc Ullf disease germ fill theair multi fJtudes are infected fall Uldicl mulu itudes escapeV These messengers ofc mischief do not exist for millions Why 1 not Be asetheyrehealth72nd5tT00g protected a crocodneiitgnmitgun shOt It is the weak the wasted thVthinblooded who fall j thowiwha have no resiidfe power that mdded coughotco1d develops into gravcf r disease We hear of catching disease ir Why not catch health I We caneaqriR rby always maintaining our healthVweight f C t Vf i of Codlire rOil is condensed nourish 1 t them food for the boUdingTip th f 5r system to resist the attacksof diseasei f should be taken in reasonable doses sumiher longblltJ those whose I weight isbeloW the standard of healOi 3 Ii lfVyouaretpsing ground try Vbotttir vJ 1 now 1 For uie by an titggicts ItoI 554 tz4 f 7- n 4t j I 4w o fJfi t 1 C l tIc r 1 t 4 f ENEWLEAbEh I j THE HEISLEADER I Ia E L DAVISON JR i THURSD Y JUNE 10 1897 t ANNCUNQEMENTS f IFOIIflCWT JUDGE 4 v Patteson aioantticrlzea to announce Charles 4citesoit of TayInt county a candidatiI vfor Circuit Judge of the Eleventh f iMtrict1compcsd of Marlon Washington ifvi fiTylnr and Green cioanties Gubject to the Action of ibo Democratic patty NoTcmber 1ctIhI897 Lisle j Havlnj received und accepted the 4 iipmlriatfott from the Republican party prthU Clreait Court JuaioW District rior4ho bfflco orXSnltCoart Judfo vtf Llouraupport Is lespeclfnlly soUcltod Wl LISfE TOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT i peter r iWonro antljorizo to announce Or V onpthPetorflSac1fldatO for Counry- aU Saperintehdeiit of public srJjools lqr yasbington county subject to thouc c r Itonof Depiocratiepirty i Sounders arnjiuthorized to announce TauUct ia1tdorsaa auidIdatb lor tbeqffleot j fpCooiitx Suptilhtondcrit of Common I Schools of Washington county subject iohosupportof the votert of the county and the endorsement of nil political par i itofc FOR COUNTY JUDGE Morgan Ware authorized to announce WH Morgan as a andidate for County Judge vof TiVashington County subject to the gcIodortbo Kopublican party fOlz REPltE5ENT4TIVE J r Hays We are authorized to announce 108JJ nas acandidate for Keprjsenta tier3WahIngton County In the Low Ver Housa of the KentuckyLegishilnre i abjectJ to the action of UioRepublIcan party KBBling SWe are autbd to ahnpuncQlV L CKPoUtig as a candidate lor Kepresenta- 4l4tIyeforyVftshlngtpn County in the Low erHousepf the JCen uekr Legislature joctt6ihei action of the Republican ptrty i5 THERE appears to be some dig satisiaition lImpng the taxpayers in certain sections of the county over the system recently adopted and put into operation of V keeping up the turnpikesot the t icpnnty JI dene essary by the 7 Abolishing ot 4oll gat siAt a recent meeting of the magistrates of the county it was decided to divide the county Into road dig tricts wLicn were to be the same 4 as the magisterial district and an Loyekseerof each district w as ap 1 pointed It was also provided 4thttba taxpayers teachdis trict should keep np the roads I j1 in that particular district The system waS put into operation andino objection was raised at the time but it las transpired t later that the residents of the r North end of the county have become dissatisfied with the workings of tile law and want it J cnabgedV They contend that a pnrpasesIshouldbe levied the same to be used asa common fund and ap jjplied to roiads over the county They say that it is in the poorer 7 districts of the county that the rodSadthe roughest and that the burden of tax will consa 4 quehtly fall very heavy on the people of that section wbereas lit lshould in their opinion be eqDallybournLby alljof the tax t r payers oftbe county The t qest10nwaSfuUY discussed be Vf ore the magistrates but a reso C Jution to rescind the former brder vas lost by a yoto of three t to two and tho present system 4f will stcind It is unfortunate that thefsyS +44em for keeping the roads in xepair hould not be popular sWeryoy b at te pan was aippted after due consideration audit was considered to bb the best and nioat practicable le method pJi BupporUng ouf roads The appointedjfojr l andi1k3 not yet bon thoroughl tested Itwould seem to us that it would be b sttotrythe plan already adopted fairly first be fore taking up a new plan equal ly M untried and perhaps more uncertain of practical results A KENTUCKY Republican in a letter to the president bitterlyL complains about the which Senator DeBoe is allowed Ito control all of the patronage fromhi state THE contest tor the Democratic nomination forildyor of Lcus vile between Chas D Jacobl and Charles P Weaver ex Post master is growing warm JOHN DUGAN the slayer of John 0 Colson was held over at his examining trial at Pineville without bail PRESIDENT MCKINLEY and party will at the Nashville expo sition to day Afl letter with E 0 Atkins tCo Indianapolis Indo writesiiI have nev before given a testimonial In my lifev will spy that for throe years we tDutJ been without Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarhooa Remedy in the house and my wife would as soon think of being without flour 04 n bottle of this Remedy In tho sum wer season Webave used it with nfl throe of our children and it has never failed to cure not simply stop pain hut cure abso lutely It Is all right and any anyone who trios H will find It so For sale by Haydon ct Robertson REDERICKTOWNf From Our RoxularCorrcspoDQentl Let people no longer wonder how we exist or what we do with ourselves in small cities of this size so long as there are such brilliant municipal events as the election of school trustees The soulstirring sentiments and gen nine patriotism that this election calls forth in the noble sons of the soil well in comparison the presidential election isnt in it The repetition of these always memorable events which took place here on Saturday afternoon surpassed possible in brilliancy and eclat all preceding events of this nature We shall not attempt to describe it In order to form anything like a correct conception oi it one must be an eye witness Who can ever clesrly feel and know what a great battle is but he who has been in the thickest of the fray smelled the smoke heard the awful roar and felt the sting lug shot and shell So it is with a trustee election YOtmust stand bravely in the heat of the awful fight with your heart welling in some degree with in teresfand Jove for posterity that you feel sure in the hearts of those about you There they are each conddent that ho is right in his chosen man and pityingtbose who are so blind as to Be for someone else Suddenly there is a mad rush of one faction to the woods for another voter and a simul taneous dive of the opposing faction for one of their kind And so the war wages warmer and waricer and occasional bracer being administered peibaps to one not so sure of his views Then the widows the dear widows blass their hearts Thev to whom the lit tie children must now look for support and educational advan tages The law in this One in stance stepping aside from Its dignity in recognition of the fact that there is no mind superior to her own to voice her views or what must be her lawbe it her view or not has given her the right of suffrage in legard to who shall train the minds of her children Realizing as she does that on little influences pre cepts and examples given chil dren often depend the lives and character of men and women She too wends her way to the polls and votes for the man who she believes has the best interest of the school at heart But so ib goes excitement alrnos reaching frenzy until the polls are closed The defeated sitle then discuss and discuss and perhaps cuss all the rea sons why they were del eated and the trustee election like all great deeds goe into the past if not jinto hUtpry But who knoweth thoresults ivlay tl ey not heI reatfqrodoreil as the reI suits of many hBSgreai events have oeen- Richard Brrnett the twelve yearold son of Mr John Bur nett of Manton died on Monda 11and was buried in the new St cemetery TuesdayI Theres no use in talking says V H Broadwell druggist La Cysno Kns Chnmborlaina Colic Cholera and Dinr boon Remedy does the work After ink medicinen of my own preparation and those of others I took a dose of Cbam beriaiits nnd it helped me second doso cured mo Caudidiyand a nscientious ly I can recommend it ox tho best thing on tho market The25 and 50 cent bottles for vale by Haydon it Robertson Hundreds of thousands have been duced to try Chamberlalnd Cough Rom edy by reading what it has done for others and having tcxtod its merits for themselves are todayJts Var nest friend For salo by Haydon ARobocCson Drug gists MAPLE HILL From Our Regular Correspondent Misses Fannie and Janie Wil Jiams and Mr John Mclvoy and wife went to Mackville Sunday Miss Martha Hays is spending several weeks with her school mates in the bluegrass rjons- Mr D B Sutherland was elected trustee in school district No 5 This district contains ninety pupils and will pay the teacher who will probably be Prof Bush about 545 pet month Misses Grigsby and Celestia Woford spent Tuesday with Miss Lizzie and Bertha Grigsby Quarterly meeting at Poplar Flat next Saturday and Sunday Our Sunday ehool is pro grossing nicely under the disci pUne of Supt 1 L Williams We frequently see a big write upof the turnpike war with a glowing account of its origin in Washington county and etc Many of these so called histor ies are written by mel that have had but little experience with toll gates or toll gate raid ers either Aswe are personally acquainted with every individual that composed the first band that operated in this county perhaps the inside story might be of interest It was during the pro tracted meeting at New Hope on the night of August 28 1896 about half a dozen boys between the ages of nineteen und twenty decided to destroy the toll gate on the new pike between Moores ville and New Hope or Bookers Station As a disguise they had their coats turned wrong side out and the arms with which they intimidated people with was one 22 caliber revolver not in extra shooting condition Three gates were destroyed on this raid the one above men tioned toe gate at Maud and the one about a mile north of Moores Ville betwe n Mooresville and Maple Hill Such was the Lex ington of the turnpike war and the success of this raid led to the memorable charge on the manygatesSpringfield were destroyed While many hard names have been given our county it is a noticeable fact that our gates are removed without thelos of life or limb- Thouauds of persons usoSu Uplands Eagle Eye Salve who never did have sore eyes It strengthens weak eves makes tho vision clear and dibtinct It is nice and convenient to une You need it Try it Eduonte Your llowelt Will Cuirnrrtn Cindy Put hart Ir constipation foroer ir C fall drngRists refund manor Everybody Says So Coscarcta Candy Cathartic the most wonderful medical discovery of tlio age pleas ant and rcfroslnnc to the tamo an gently and positively on kidneyii liver and bowels cleansiqg the entire systrm dlapcl colil corn hcadnclio fcvor linbltunl rcnKlfpntlon and biliousness Please buy and try n box of C CC today f0 ienls Bold and guaranteed to cure by nil dnnglts Sutherlands Eagle Eve Salvo is naw- Sand original in slylo of package and medical qualities It is perfectly hnrnf bass contains no lead and is a guaran teed euro for granulated lidd soro eyes and styc s RhefifflatlsfflIs dy can cure iL So many people make the mistake of taking remedies which cmnotpossiIblyGrecncastle Indiana saysuFor years I have cuffered with Sclntic Rheuma tism which the best physicians xrere un able to relieve I took many medicines but they did not patentI reach my trouble I gradually anyone unIableany way I was abso lutely helpless three S5Sl1elieved was soon able to move my right arm before I ttr0s5 the room and when I had finished one dozen bottles was completely and am as well as ever I now weigh 170 A Real Blood Remedy SSS cures Scrofula Cancer Eczema youhavecineSSS jfuaidntccd purely vegeta table is exclusively for the blood and ic recommended for nothing else It permahent1ysend to our valuable books Address SpecificCo Ga long could walk cured GEMS OF THOUGHT No peace was ever won from fato by iubterfugeRnskin There is no malice like tho malice of the renegade Macnalay Rashness ia tho faithful but unhappy parent of misfortune Fuller Life cannot subsist in society but by reciprocal concessions Johnson Pleasure soon exhausts us liDs itself also but endeavor never does Richter Political men like goats usually thrive best among inequalities Lan dor Not to bo provoked is best but if moved never correct till the fume ia spent For every stroke our fury strikes la sure tt hit ourselves ut last William Penn Tho eagle tho king of all birds Is noted for its keen sight clear and dis tinct vision bo are those persons who use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salvo for weak eyes styes eyes of any kind or granulated lids Sold by all dealers TAXPAYERS ATEKTIOK All persons owing mate and county taxes to me us Sheriff ore hereby notified that they pos itively must settle same at once or have their property advertised and sold This is thelast notice JOHN T CRAYCROFT Sheriff W C Why not be your own Hiddteffian Pay but one profit between maker and user and that a small just one Our Big Pago Catalogue and Buyera Odd proves that Its possible Weighs 3t4 pounds 13OCOtllastratlon describes and tells the oneprofit price of over artlcleo everything you use Wecendit for cents thats not for tho book but to pay part of the postage or cxproosago and keep off Idlors You cant get It too quick MONTGOMERY WARD CO The Store of All tberPecpte 111116 Michigan Ave Chicago STAT OnIn rrv Ol TULJQOM LUCAHCCUNTV FRANK J CIIKSKY makoe oath that ho is tho ftcnior partner of the llrm of F J Chonov tt co doing bu inccH in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said tlrm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDKED DOLLARS for each and every ease of catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of lfill4 Catarrh euro lauK J C11KNEY Hworu to bofor Qnioaiui subscribed In my presence thlll 6tli day of December A n I860 AWOLEASONlI- IRU itgy luDlic Halls Cotarrh Cure ia taken internally and acts directly on the blood and muo ous surfaces of tho system Lend for iestinionluls free P J Cl ENEY A CO Toledo O 2rSolrt by Irugglats The Bucklcn Arnica Snfvo The best salvo In the world for Cuts Bruises Sores ulcers Ulcers Salt Rho urn Fovor sores TottPrXhapped barus Chilblains corns and all skin eruptions and positively euros Piles or no pay required ft is guaranteed to givoper feet setiafaction or uvi Price 25 cents per box at Havdon A Itub orisons UTIIU Store FortHill Poultry YardBlack Minorcns btst f gprodac1nsr strain in the world Eggs S150 per 17 WYPOYNTER1m Ky Eggs For Sale bycockorelrtpenESpairthatper MRS D F LOGAN Lock Box Danville Ky EGGS FOR SALE Jambumsfrom atran11lickper 15 MRS Y E McDANJEL Smiths Grove Ky Tetter Saltnhcum and Eczema incidentallayedbySkin t caseshaveis equally efficient for Uchina piles and nippleschappec1and chronic sore eyes S3 cts per box arejustcondition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine arid the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 cents per package When Baby was ye gave her Ceseorln When wag a Oilld sh cried for Oatorta When she became the clung to Castoria When she had Children the gave them Castoria TO 5LIRE AtOLl IN ONE DAY rake Laxative Bronio Quirin Tablets druggists refund the money If it fall to cure 25c For sale by Hnydon ct Rot crtllu and Waters Browne Feb 6Gmo A NEW ROOK KNITTING AND CROlH KTINO of 64 pages over 50 original deuiKnii llluatmted beautiful lace patterns shawls hoods Jackets etc lies been published by The Homo Milk St Boston Mass and ill be sent with subsctidtinu to that paper The Homo in a UOpoRo monthly Hlled with original stones literary and mestic topics and fashions Its depart mont of Fancy Work special feature new and original designs each issue The price of Inscription Is 60 cents pir year and will include one of these books As a special inducement to trial subscribers a copy of tItle book will bo given with a months subscription The price of book is 25 Ccnti but nfl months sub Rcription and liei book combined will lo sent for cents Their annum premium list forJ8s7 vlll be sent free on aj pllca tlon CASTORIA For Infanta and Children vie fJ- d1l n lies Till wnnar WANTEDFA1TI1FUL MEN OR r spon in lien tucky Salary and expenses o nition pcrinaiiciit Rofcrinco Enclose KrlfacUlicsfPcl stnirpc envelope Tho Ninionnl Star Insiirniico Bldg ChicHgn Nov lOVr NEWS LEADER S100 a year U IWORMS WHITES CREM V E M I rII G IE FOR 20 YEARS Has lod all Worm Romedloi EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED SOLD EVERYWHERE rmuwi kr mcaiausoj xzoinra zscs W TABLEB Z BUCK EYE PILBj OThENT iCURES NOTHING BUT PILES A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for JO yoars as tho BEST REMEDY for PILES SOLD fit ALl DKUOOISTfl Trizti 2tCULEiO flD 87 float rcotiU and book tear lire Lacy To quit tobacco easily and forever be mag antic full ot ide nore nnd vigor take NoTo DM the whnacrworUcr that mattes weak men Btrorc All 0t uggists or n Cure guaranteed Booklet and sample free Address BtrrJInc Inron lr Coi Ctilrnro or Now York s M rKHRRICK 1BUGGYCUSHIONS SHAFTS t STORM A PRO S BUGGY WAfON HAKNESr ADDLESFAKM WAGONS Jj MACHINERY j A FJLL STOCK O- Ff FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES AtiLiWARE TIIS WAKE GLASSWAREI i T 2 9L 8PRING GOO DSL ji = We are new rcceivlrg cur Sprirg GccdSj cmlrac ing a great attcftrrcnt of i T DRESS GCCAS PFRCA1ES WHITE G CODS 4 DRESS TRIMMINGS ORGANDIES UCKS GINGHAMS BIMKCJEB T EMBROIDERIES XiAGES Btb r 4 CORSETS GLOVES AND HOSIERY i if 9 f f t 1i GENTS FURN IS FIN 68 v ir1 f 4CoIncJuding a large variety of Fancy Jrc 9 and Heglige Shit fj Fancy and Plain Underwear Hosicrj and Suspenders S t CLOTHING fiWe are now receiving a moat elcgnnt line of Mens J3ojsrd Childrens clothing in better styes nnd lower prices than we hare ewir shown before He sure you tee Our line belorc you buy elsewhere SHOES f Dont fail to see our line oi Helmer Betimann t Cos fine ahe1 and Drew Selby Cos women and cnildruns flue shoes Tberea6 no lines in the market superior to these in fit sty Jand wear fr CARPETS Etc v We are showing the greatest stock of Carpets RugpMinolemna Matting Oilcloth etc of any house in town Lace Curtains and shade in all prices Handsomest line oilown in this town see for yourself f 45 WALL PcPERrr 5 flStop in andsco our stock of 8000 rolls Wall Paper mall tlieiien jcombinations We invite your especial attention to the new rich colpr ings in red green blueaixl purples with borders and ceilings to Jmafclf We thank ycu for past patronage and most colr dially solicit a good share of your patronage this yeaf d t CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN lj aa i r r J BURTON BENCAYDOK 881 4 r 1 J7VBURTONcc 5 ti l f 1 l DEN HAYDON SR RJANAOKR I ILif Dnderlakers and Funeral Directorst 71 I COFFINS CASKETS BURIAL i RUBES if OF ALL KINDS f FULLY EQUIPPED Calls answered promptly day or ijiKbt s itThe services of an EXPERJENCED EMBALMER hlIgraduite from ascbool of embalming have been engaged 1 Tiiq f t rrjkM BURTON CO HAGAN BLOCK SPRINGFIELD KYT B i i l LOOK Outt for Spectaclefellers1 EyuGlas888 and SD ctaGI o Accurately Fitted and Guar ntecd yA i tSatisfactory Wprk 2 IITWENTY YEARS EXPERIENCED 4t l4 5 FINEST SPECKS IN SOLID SILVER Q1 tGOLD PROM J f 150 VO S450 PER PAIR = ED M RUSSELL Ic III The Best J tr CUP TOBACCO Ima 1 PitA5KYOUF DEALER FOR IT ACCEPT NO OTHER jLL AHANDSOMILUJSTRATEDCATALO UROP THE 3JBYIINr 6T1lHTID BOSIKESS GOLJEGF 33 ray ar lOUSSVlLLS JCEHTv KY 4tt UL iiiiPEtMAflSH1P ijt 4 OroJuoJtet nZucra r atOiatfan Iate Very Lq fff Jl c tp jIJ tI tt 7 t iXf fi 3k d s i fHEi W L AbE u L THE NEWSLEADER i rUBL1SUBnBVEaY TmmsD1Y ltoltl L ia i TJ KYit tOO fee IP k DriijILDER1 DENTISTS 1 M Dental Operations Pert rmee TEETH EXTRACTED tVITUOUT PAIN In Rprinjrflold orery flrst Thurs day and Ffridayleachuiorith OFFICEOyer Postofflea- M lu 8HFourthtAvoLoutevlllo j W t NE IK IRK ATTORNEY AT L AW PFFICS with C C McCnoBD BiU F RINEMSKT t OFFICE HOURS w to a p m1 EVERY DAY J SPRINGFIELD KY DR 1 IBURTON RESIDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAINt OmoE ITagan Block over Mansfield i Sous zipreSPRINGFIELD KY r troll i2d Bridge WorfeA Specialty 7 DR d HeL AMPTONe- t OFFICEfAOTBB CiR 1tr c sn4 OP no REMOVAL I have removed my place of bosLess from MAin street t part ol the new building on Wall street next to the Berry Hotel I will keep nothing but the BEST and I trnEST Jujuors and ask a 4t share of your patronage Respectfully JOHN F GREENE CH HARMON THE LIVERYMAN Firstclass livery outfits New buggies and fast and safe horses Jersey wagons and surreys for the use of excursion parties or r drummers The most convenient pitching and feeding place iin townp MAIN 3T SPRINOFIELD KY Who rvta thmti IIrtbtastopateaan I I act year tdts th rjn7 bring you dpqttad list ottWo handed inriotlooa wanted xr rout VJCK ACTIEM c Or yea area11 Worn out rrslty for tseth i4t to general debility TIT DUUI1f limN IIlfTJnand dYe sod ettt U1I tub deafen medlcl ilii HARRY IItBARG OPTICIAN Cincinnati Ohio illbere- oillbealarin Springfield on his next on June 80th to remain four days All persons wishing to consult him about having e e lass fitted should remember the da and that he can be found at thes Tburcsaa Souse or at Dr Rays tested Free of Charge and Satisfaction Guaranteed = ai MdlmdmbkerHAblts BUWOOLLEYM1X 1D12IrrIOLi = It you want to buy goods Cheap for CASH come and see us We have a full line of Hardware Tinware Stoves etc that w are offering at Very Low Prices cheaperthanware that we will sell for Cash at that anylone vators The way to find out if our prices are right is to try us Our Jine of Table and Poet Cutlery is complete If you burour warranted Razors and Scissors and they are Hot satisfac tory bring them back and get your money Come and see our ONE MINUTE Ice Cream Freezers This is no joke It will freeze cream in One Minute MCELROY c SHULTZ tW All our IW11CUUWill I1ttcndill ASSOCIATIONWhich getbetterfJAcaJmaCHERRY BROS Propra Southern Normal School Bowling Green Business Collcg Howling Green Ky ABoUT T0WN1 COURT adjourned Saturday GoRfc for sale by C CMcGill THE Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist church will give a rasp berry supper at a future date OUR Fredericktown letter this week gives an account of an ex citing school election held in that district last week OPENING Hop at Tatham Springs Tuesday evening Splen did music and a select crowd will be in attendance THE commencement exercises at St Catherines will held on Wednesday morning at 980 o clock June 23 Children under twelve years of age will not be 1oI WILL keep at Uncle Dick Edelens butcher shop a supply of ice for sale in any quantity Good clear solid artificial ice A C KIMBALL MR T R BEGLEY of Eas Texas this county has in his possession a copy of the Louisville Democrat published in i848 The paper is well preserved and is a very interesting relic I HAVE bought fifteen barrels of whiskey made by Harrison Corbett deceased which is pronounced by competent judges to be extra fine it being made on the old plan P GREE- NOultcbrrespondentfromMap1 Hill in his letter published else where in this issue gives some inside history of the first toBi tllits county Its an interesting piece of news lTICKETS npw on sale at Waters Brownes drug st0rea for Miss Jennie Craycrofts music class recital to be given at Dominic Hall Friday night An excellent program has been arranged and a good crowd is anticipated I HAVE on hand a number of trimmed hats sailors and a lot nice ribbon I will close thorn out now atr cost A good everyday sailor for 15 cents white r themeSWILLIAMSATHE local Chataqua circle will entertain the society from Pleasant Grove neighborhood at theIMonday evening June 21 Itn will be the closing meeting ot the Chataqua course and the members decided to round up t J the years work with a banquet to the neighboring society and a refewTHE directors of the Fair Company have decided on the second week in September net as the date for the fair this year There will be three days of tho fair with no trotting races but u good many new and attractive features will be added to make peopIeNOTICE is herebygiven that I will apply for a reissue of stock certificate No 355 for 34 shares of the capital stock of the First National Bank of Spring field Ky Said certificate No 355 was issued to me on July 12 894 and has been lost T W SIMMS THE annual opening hop of the Tatham Springs Hotel is always one of the social events of the season and the one to be given promtiises to no exception to the rule Preparations have been made by the hotel management tto make the hop this year a very ofIandjTIlE following from the Leb anon Enterprise will be of inter est to the friends of the young man well known here A negro workman while returning to thol Wh01lives bareiIly escaped the bullet of an assassin Tuesday night Tho negro man had reached the gate leading to Mr Brownes resi deuce when the sharp report ofr pistol rang out and at the same time a voice in the darkness criep out Oh yes John Brown frightIenedlost no time in making his identity known and the would be assassin finding ont4s mistake left The ball passed through the coat of the colored man without doing him any injury John nie Brown was in town at the time and word was sent to him of what had occurred There i strong suspicion as to the guilty party and before the end mayeferreted out It Do You Travel so nerer start a Journey witho hot tlo Foleys Colic Cure a sure pro ventivoof befit vouiplniuta occasioned by change water or climate 25c F sale by Hnydon Robertson Is this your pap r1 OJf PAYS FO litBOARD AN TUITION Everything f u rn ished for the Spec ial Summer of 8 weeks TormI begins Juno 8 havethcopportuuHy or a r now and be J are St ti be a be If on of of JIUHE CHURCHES This column will be devoted to the ligious ami cunruh interests of our and coiiununicati jns anda noupcenipnts ftlil tho pastors of the Presqyterian Baptist Methodist and Cathole liuciiRa iro solicited Req C C Pugh will hold regular servces at the Baptist TChurchPresiding Elder Crow gave a very interest ly little talk at t Methodist prayer meeting Tuesday evening Ladles Cottage Prayer meet icg next Monday evening at Mrs Mary Thompsons word to Repent The strawberry supper by the Progressive givenI Workers of the Presbyterian Church on last Friday evening was a very pleasant affair and a success financially as wellssocially about fri5 being realized fur the benefit of the church 1Childrens Day was observ on last Sunday morning at the Presbyterian Church with ceremonies interesting and appro pnate The Pastor made a brief talk to the children and his remarks were well suited to occasion Rev Dr Miles Sauuders w be pile of the speakers at the Perryville Two Hundred and Fiftieth anniversary the West minister Assembly celebration beginning this Thursday evening Dr Sjyniders will speak on hDron Thursday night There wil1I false tie a number of other speakers on the occasion We are glad to antounce that the improvements and repairs on the Mejhodat church are now about complete and when tne tew subscriptions are paid up we will be able to pay off all j bills and leave the church in coed condition but needing some improvements on the inside Thel members f the church desire thank the many friends who c toI tributed to this much need ad improvement BIDS RECEIVED sI will receive bids for thefor building of a twostpry br pringfieldPlansor ther particulars can be bad calling at rnv place of business utONRAD HERTLEIN Dont neglect shifts Ohllla bring art orenngesttnncottgcation lit ingn on death You can cure chills and become stgutI DOUsleppernllntChlllroill v rf 1P RSQI L Jobn Hardin is quite sick with fever froem her school at Danville Major Lisle was over from Leba non r ono4ay last week Mrs R E 0 Lawson has been quite sick for several days J T O Noe and family are visit ing relatives In WilliamBburg Ky Saturdayfrom Mr James Phillipps the venerable merchant of Lebanon was here last week Chits R McElroy has returned to Kansas pity after a two weeks visit to relatives here Mr James Green and sister Miss gcieetsDr of Rev 0 R Grow Presiding Elder danghtorarF Atklsson Judge Charles Patteson remained over this week to spend several days among his friends in the county The fencpsfxedMesdames W W Ray John W Lewis W R Tburman and 0 0 McChord attended a euchre party SpaldingLebanon ad the honor of capturing first prize which consisted of a set of doilies of very artistic handwork The euchre LebaDR tnhe game The following from this place went on a ureic to the Monastery at Qethsemane yesterday B D Lake and Miss Zelma Thompson H R Thompson and Miss Carrie Solocman S P Thompson and Miss Nellie Litsey F P Caldwell and Miss Katie Cain 0 C McQlll and Miss Mattio Robert son Dr H H Hord and Miss Mallle Raybourne The party was chaper oned by Mesdames W R Thurman and John A S irams Mra Jack Beam entertained at euchre at her handsome home near Early Times Nelson county on last Friday At which a number of her eptAmongt e were Mesdames John W Lewis 0 0 McOboru S B Thompson W R Thurman Misses Kate Wharton Lizzie Leachmdn and Willie Mayee and Messrs John I McElroy W T Leachman and F B Noe Mrs S B won tho first prize and very delightful time was enjoyed by aUeheBASE BALL The lovers of the sport will have an opportunity to see what promises to be one of the best games of the season on Saturday ytune Campbellsvillo team at St Rose park It will be remembered that Campbellsville was the only team able to take a game from theI home boys last season they aRaid to be much stronger now thEm at that time and so far has not lost a game this year eaThe home team after taking Collegefeelenough for any company if Qampbellsvillo defeats them itjwill be a game worth sexing heftttla Vegetable Sicilian Hair Ron er la unquestionably tlio host pre or n illtheot tno hair It ia also curative of dandruff letter and nil scalp affections SALELThe magnificent farm contain ing about 235 acres situated on the Perryville pike one and a II miles from Springfield If notsold sooner privately will be offered at public auction on the premises on Wednesday fife first day of September 1897 Terms reasonable For particulars seoor write Alex Hamilton Pred McElroyLebanon Springfield or tho undersigned T W SIMMS Assignee Mr Isaac Homer proprietor of Horton II 0 mIl Itiirton W YlIud of the inoHt widely known men In thorr elate tins curedof rheumatism three years ot HulVurinj Ho says have not sulllpiont csnunnnd of Inn Kuago to miivey nun idea of whatlsu ferall my plivsicians told mo that noth lug could bn done for mo and my friends were fully cons isced that nothing but 8unerlng1IuthaWhoelIng DnifCorocoinuendpd tunelCk I woro n to more than double their normal dize and loomed to me my leI would burst nI rhobypain leave sad now I consider that I am en tlely cured Formic by a3don it Holwrtsot 1cnnv Wise and 1 unites Foolish aro they who tavo not tVloys Colic Cure ns a safeguard tu thC talnily l or taloby Hoydon 3 Rob rtJ t r = u= NflY t CAIfiABTIC 1bwi4 r j1 ftL AifL 18 t TJ MSi iLh 25 + 50 DRUGGtm ABSOLUTELY GU R TED feMMCCJlsUpathivueretl stbstdeafez tItrp4 bat rs easy astorattetslt7plead boot let r Faelrec gQ ShaLlSe tOt Bontrfil CaDcrl1rTorkcOQooaa a 5aGRAND REMOVAL SALI 0 Our large stock of new spring goods t rt must besold i r REGARnLESS OF casT r We mu t reduce our stock befofe we move Int6cg i new QSCVvi t tg yourself of this opportunity to buy Jew Spring Crjoffcy f 5at less price than anybodys old and shopv orn stuff fr t kLot of odd Suits only 300 worth double r fff Mens Black Cheviot Suits 8398 worth doublev c rj trf fat i Mens Pine Suits 7 50 worth 12 00 r f r Mens Extra Nice Extra Pitting Suits SiooO worth 150 t t Full line of Boys Suits and Pants at SacrificedPrfcesfc 8pne will not permit us to mention the great bargains wearesoffefiwj ii g but a visit to our store winl convince you thatyOUcakakmon i by buying here v L McCnord f Robertsonj fI1 BIG PAY To Hust1ert We want capable representatives to handle the best line o STANDARD Nursery Stock on the market Aso some SPE C App1icatiDfmust f Address DOWNER BRIGGS BOWMNGiGREEfliKY rtW A4 N T E Um j Y nFTwo Men in each County in this Stateto reP r rno experience needed we drill you freeof charge at yourhumeso YOU CAN EARN S75 JOO s M Jft t UNTIL JANUARY 1898 t i oii tREAD WHAT OTHERS ARE DOING THOMAS OSBORNE of Georgia says 11 cleared 8420 todttyV if t1 EV W BROOKS of Arkansas saga l dared 2535thieneek 7riua lost one day O J VREV ALBX FRIEDMAN of Missouri says 11 noticed ninojhalfdays1 and made 83745 Tt REV CB THUn IAN of Texassays The first hburlI made 210 MRS VAN DARITT of North CjrohnnsBYlI In 22 days J made S671- Wo maid Rive hundreds of jut such testimonials had vro tl e spiiccH Yule j today If you are out of employment And wo Vlll answer you at ont5OOrSeAd a rep rt resonUtive to sec you Address tu RIVERSIDE PUBLISHING otrxDEPARTMEN BII ST LOUIS MO f u 7 t DIRECT FROM MILL TO WEARER Which Saves you 4 BIg Profits t I The Commission House Tbs Wholetalsr The Jobbar and Stan TOE OSrNR11RGER 202204 E102nd St Nl ilTY X600 Our crest BAreles- ii BUITS paR I 298Boys Adonis suits Sizes 3 to 15 with extra pair of pantsf29S There CUAKAN1 to fromyArTwinthe ywhhoutIThuStyb ExPenMontyae at bit birthday if tire or fm bit ere M0 srfum testape mramr nds nCs f LlQhtnlno Hot trope t What a FunnY Name I Very True bntlt Klle ATPan Sold EverywhoreEVery JaY Vithout Roller ThoretoNo Pay z fire r CUST03f MADETOORDER IIV 16 e tilANa 75O Ceinntted Wool flFancy Wonted tI la or latest Blut trcruwd tnd ofCuitora Tailor 11 tsxottsuITThis It 1 Iyour town tofX The ume ijC nt to M How t mcuun Mans mU rJ aronnJ th Br tit aid rasa to lIed fu Pats WI PavE preu Chin get and ihouJ notfeeisatls will the- Rmfliabe r You buy frpn ott of the Jy CIo thin Vana Lthmerla ran f a a J To cure a ohlilp whfn the 1I18Kn to l1uIVt1IOd tturn hue 1ntJJj IQr ha fire chilly stJt rill 1jUllllfttlOn coroeapttti tttajar EoplrtnlntiCh1TrlftieItIssllrntllalinri 1Tntllthltn p iflilIFl1fifgt topruyentt tltur ii1- d1t Iv l it i 4 r I 1 T 5 iv J A1HE NEWSLEADERN 4 1 ggab1ePrcparationforA5 5jtIigmoiancrneguta ncsa5tContnInsne1tlr OpiuniNorptilae nor 1iniraL OT tjC OTIC DffX41JrSJNUlDa lYIJ sTtI J I i ApmectRemdy ror onstipa tlonSourStOrGaChDia0Worms ea ness andLoSS OFSLEEP TacSnile 5gnaturc Of NEW YORK AcTVQpQrWJAFFR p i KEyfUC1LY CFTATAUQITA r JThe 10th annuIscsunl of th Ikohtucky Ghautauqna will be held nf JVoodlaMn PaVk Lexingtont iunft 29h to July 9th This metb ing promises to be mVt interesting h 1ttvVuo lecture platform will be moro ntertainlDp than ever before len John B Gordon the most bnn ant Btatosmtan orator of dec liin First Dof the fedefdcy Hon Ifonry Watterson 4tho famous Southern editor and incomparable orator on Abraham Mncbln Prof W DAlcClinftok the founder of the Kehtucky Chau laujiuaand the first Supprintendent in rich literary studies RevtTh nasJixCinJr ihe fearless1 destroyer of Tammany and New t Yorks most frequently quoted preachcrr Rev Charles F AkedtEngland V most popular orator j Drought over especially for the JKentucky Ohautauqua j John R Clark the actor orator great mimic 0 and wit rnnk R RobInson AmBricarj leading stcreopticji lender Miss Vandelia Varnutn tho queen 61 the Dlitlforthf herdbert A Sprnguo the unrivalled im persorittoFred Emerson Brooks r tnoiCalHornia poethumorist Miss Anna Virginia Oulberson in character readings from her ovrn jvpoemH Col Geo W Bain every fiSfavorite exGovornor St aStemperance ouote Judge James MOo r the VcU kownjU1i3t Dr M M Park fv hursN the inspiring Biblical in Jttr ctQrnridJtot H rJ Holt brooky the famous instructor of Y eichtrsV f SD WL DaVidson the well unpivn Choutauqua Superintendent t i wjIb ve protgramadwJll These names with those engaged iia thfrteacliiiigdepartmor t consti tute a rare program More than ione hundred persons have been cmployed idBil the passing hour with l lcosuro and profit Faus r maof twelve pieces will iVrtWO conco ts daily 7 fourth of July will be celebrated IT5 Y July 3d addresses by Gen Gordon unit Hon Henry Wattorson College Day will be July 8th Xr Plt tailed program withall ntor in ton will bo sent to any address I ilnOn nniiliffrtfinn to iMtaa Scot l Bisness Manager Lexington Ky RealItdruggjrtofBlrjjVeporljLa l is ttii isVmy cough audit IIJtho I11wHvtTorii Ariz writes Dr Kings Now I4 j 3 ecpvery U jjlIthat is claiinod for it Jt ft vezM9 r1H9 a sure cqto for Cun uptiori COUglISOn1VXennn ovcnongn lor Jts sINevJUeovery Consumption Coughs nnUOildIs notnapspiTriment It has ti1oon trledturnqllorwrof century end todavHtanasntthehoad It never dlt HaydonIJtaro 1LolltsT t Mt W J Ntlsorqoft Itairfield has in his yossOBton some unique relics of the late civil war Aye ry intcresIiHgVone is tin old army can1 rl oflerfsvltfe f t battle nt a point nettRKSfSrif gfildif c t3 JAfI SEE rtIATTHE FACSIMILE SIGNATURE pOF- M IS ON TIl- EWRAPPER i OP EVI- Y- BOTTLE OF CASTRACeJtcTh1pt not in bulk Dont c1ior nyare to you anything elen tho rl1eaoz prxi139 that it ii i good Md 11iIl evCt7 wae jSeo tht ycu set OAf3TRIA- nCO nt c- djtu yt- fiu r J 7o 1 hj Doctors cjejk By the side ofa dead Confederate soldier w hJSsilting at the foot ofa small oak ofreemlllnielbllHhillin conflict Tho canteen was lying at Ills left side land was half lull of water while he held a pocket knife hatljevidentlyshirt From this it was supposed heI was endeavoring to bind np IllsI wounds to stop the flow of bhod utdied before ho could be removed from bloody field Th6 ground win snturotednnd stained with his4 blood which had flown for morel t Ishanwhere he was found He was very young soldier and belonged to the 16th Regiment of Alabama In lantry Gen Pat Ulehournesdivision iit Mr Nelson also hRS a Winches tor rifle whbb was captured in the iI first dnya battle of Chicamaxijja by Jas McDowell a soldier in the 7th 35KentuckyDowell carried the gun untl tlifil close of the war and used it wIthI eadly offset upon the Union troops After the surrender ho brought the rifle home with him and kept itasP a sacred memorial of the bloody MrlMeDoriUsre and this old wir nasi hlmostIIfllitRecordV With tho blood all lull of humors tho heated term U nil tho more oppressive Glvo tho system a thorough clcaiiHlng WIth AyorB Sarsitparilla and a doso or two of Ayers IMlls and you will enjoy Summer as never boforo In your life JiiHt try this for and youll not repent it A healthy appetite with perfect dlgc lion and n lnti1ntion may bo secured by the use of Ayers Pills They cleanse and Rtrengthun the whole alimentary canal and roniovo nil olistructioiis tliu natural fniiottoiiB of olthor sex without any unpleasant oHocts GU1fdilllr lull Gates A week ago application was ruedtto County Judge Roach fur gunrdfl for the two Lexington pike gates and the Cane Run gace und under the new law he ned nothing o do but comply with the demand There are twelve men at tho three gates named ahd they are lkely to re main on lilly fr some time They are paid 2n night each for thc services and fur the three galls tin cost foots up aht 8800 a month aud every foot of lend in this county stands good for the indebtedness incurred It those gates tint quit business should po to collecting tol igoin and ask for guards it can be seen at a glance that tho expense entailed thereby would be an cnor mous one on the XfayersHar rodsburjj Democrat lIt lies boon discovered that eye salves and waters containing sugar of lend often piodnco poison a fatal tto eight if not to life Yon run a greii risk in tislujr Much preparations To oifuctuallv and speedily arid porinanout lyvgcuro OyOs ranulntod lids or styoa without tho possibility of evil aflor oflocts two Sutherlands Eag o Eyoa1VOVJ TirE NPWLDADER qnQ almost any youf S THE LITTLE FRENCH GIRL Shell a XlinJatnro Woman and X Taught All Feminine Arttc However Inuccent she may be a Jittlo French girl is much moro of n littlo Womlm then child cf otI3erViia Otionalitydemure and quiet in her gomes which pcrsonslifothe mistress of her honso by menus of her dolls furniture kitchen and dishes Feminine arts are still a part of every well arranged French education Men really care snore for theso accomplish meats thau for others as they mako otay at hOmo Wivos who look uf tor thoir households and as a FreuchwoctBirs principal aim is to please her future husband every mother prepares her daughter for this end This in why sire doeR not permit too close MI intimacy with littto boy CCUHSB hecncsetin Itakenor would ho like his wifes isfriendsnever leave her any bettor vhoii Ilnyiuthnnclrslndand selected with the greatest care One advantage of this system h that thoI name of friend is not carelessly bestowed right and left It takes time and gcod rcaeous for einiplo acquaintances to to that rank The mother not risoI wards off littlo boy cousins and mate girl friends but she discourages tho little girl in showing off her knowl edge out of the classroom for she isI fully aware that nothing could hiV lrIattractive in the eyes cf the expected lord and master than a A bright little girl I bluestcckingI by chance picked up scraps together with other Eciontific facts which allowedAi r to shine now p1ythgSnlathers exclaim AYtat a dazzling star That is not a star sir she raid it is a planet Her mother was iu despair rot shfc would rather a hnn dred times have found her iguontnt than have seen her phowcff or capa ble of committing the enormity of lon tradictiug an older pencil I hope she said jestingly as n sort cf cxcuce that when site is 18 the peer lirtle bing will hao forgotten ii great part what she Enowa tcdayl1ftThoDcnt roa in Century ITHE PUEBLO WOMEN Pretty unrt Picturesque Girls ami ly Yoans Mother liTho Pueblo Indian women arc StatOoI vory pretty us girls and aetna of make stately young mothers writes Hamjin Garland ijj Lndics Home Jour ofIIhave u good deal to chatter about their smiling faces Die wry agree iblo They have most excellent white tooth Their ceremonial dress is very picturoeque espcoinlry the costume of the Acoma and lalota girls Allburdonn arocauied bythowdmeu of Acouia leta and Laguna upon tho head and ey have in couscqucpce a niugnifi cent carriage oven late h life Ib old women of Welpi on the contrary are tent and down tlooking They carry their burdens on their bucks slung in blanket Tko girls of Iflrta wear light 1hicnIoct27Ieveryday dress of the Hop IThe conHiets of a tort cf rUt which wrapped round the hips and fastened ith a belt a modification cf the blew ket or wolf ekiu Above Ibis a sort of sleeveless chemise partly covers the bcfioio Their hair is caufully teuded but is worn in nn ungraceful modo by ficmo of the women Tho wcmen of Haco cut tIe hair in front ccrcra a bout to the lino of tbo lips while the brock heir is gathered into a tort of billet Tire front hair hangs down overitho faces often concealing one eye The unmarried wonun in Wnlpi wear their air in I1llrnnge way IbfY oil it hide wo big disks just above their ears the intent being their y fouthOndIripened squash Somo of the waidhuiiaio wondeifully Jupaueo in appear crjce tier Idea of femurV pcnpJowhothe point in au auecdoto id a delusion aud u puarel Miss P is a clever woman and an ox cellent teacher But the solid sciences are more in her particular lino than anythiug which savors of tho article nallod fancy Some yours ago one of the childrens magaziiiPd printed an amusing little jinglo about a young lady ut an archery party who became so alnriucd at the prorniRouous flight of tbonrrorvB that iiu order to bo prrfeotly safe fr ra harm sbe seated herself directly iu front of tho target Some days ago Miss P wai reading aloud from n bound volume of tho rung Rzino to seine cf her younger pnpilH She rend this jingle Dud coughud over it till tears came Weil well wolll said dpar Miss P How true to lifo that is I know hundreds of young people who aro jiii foolish enough to bring their steels and sit down In that very spot Philadel phia Frees Lie Kan a nooeou Ho really doesnt want to be fa mom Ibata wbat ho says Do you believe it VVoll yes I know him pretty weil I know its a matter of conscieuoo with him I dont believo I quite follow yon Why he wonldut like to fool that ho even iadirccily roaponsiblo for all the lies thud are cure to be told about A famous man ufter his death Obi cago PostV Hopeful The dry gocx s inorcimut was explain tag the situation td the new drummer belied just employed your predecessor he ialduku gotten his business all tangled up and if yon take his place yon will have n difficult task getting order out ni olmos I dont know who Chaos la oboes fully replied the drummer but I bet havqtibang n 9 Pasu i l MOTHER i is no so full ano about WUCll suchtenUer ansi holy recoifections cluster as that f MOTHER Itshe who watched o e guiddthe life of every Expectant Mother iis besetwith danger and all effort should be made to avoid it r other s- Friend iThere so assists nature changetaking the Expectant Mother istna bled to look forward without dread suffering or gloomy fore bodings to the hour when she experiences the joy of Motherhood ts use insdres safety to the lives rjf bOth Mother and Child and she found stronger after than before onfinementin short it makesr Childbirth naturaland easy as so many have said Dont be persuaded to use anything but TiER3SFED My wife suffered more in ten minutes with either of her other two chil i ron than she did altogether with her llast having previously ticed four bottles ofV Mothers Friend It is a blessing to any one expecting to be come a MOTHER ff says a customer HKNDKUSON DALE Carrai Illinois o o receipttprlconnd valuable information for all Uotlisra free Ttto End eM BegnUtor Atlanta Oa PLEASUREY1LLE POULTRY YARDS olvUjhtllded1Jscore First prize pan Light Hrnhmns Lyfifor s104Egrs 150 per 7 lot J It MOORE Pleasurevilio Ky ODil FRUIT TREESOrnpeviiies etc never were morn thrifty smoother or better branched Why rend iI a iiourSend your orders and you will not regretit GARDINER BROS- DnATsvuir Kr f tfV Nelson County THE NEW YORK WORLD ThriceaVpck Edition 10 iapros a Week 5 Papers Year A pnper as useful to you as- a great SC daily for only ono dollar year ietttr turin ever All the News ot All the WoiM All the Time Accurate and fair toievciy body Democratic and Lr hit people Agiinst trusts andill monopolies Brilliant illustrations Stories by great authors in every number Splendi1 rending fur women and other special depart ments of unusual interert It stands firat among weekly iptrs incize frequency of publi cation and freshness variety uid reliability of contents It is pracn lilly a duly nt the law price nl veelly end its vast list of sub subscribers extending to every state 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UEEIHiESI DEVOTED Farm Crops nerd Prncexfte- iUofUenlttirc d Fruit Growing 1JvcStock and Dairying Whilo It also includes all james depart meats of Rural interest such as the Poultry Yard Entomology BeeKecpingOrcen house and Grapery Veterinary Kepllcs Farm Questions nnd Answers Fireside Reading Domestic Economy and a sum mary of thoncws of tho week Its market reports are unusually complete and much ottentlon Is paid to the prospects of the Crops us thoovricg lIght upon crco of the moaifHiportant of all questions Vh n to Buy and When to Sell It Is liberally Il lustrated and confalu more rcadlngmat tel than over before The subscription price is 8250 per year but we offer a SPEC IAL REDUCTION in our OjUlS RATES FOR 1S97 Two Subscriptions one rm1ttanco 4 iOITen Subscriptions di i tSTTd illYew Subscribers for pay- Ing In advance now ve will send the paper Weekly from our receipt of the remittance January without charge EJF SPEOXJES COPIES Address LUTHER TUOBiLK SOX rttLIsIIER8UbaIU N Y IIW is tho time to subscribe for the NEWS LEADER only SIa year Pmiltnrijuiv IWTe will pay highest caib price for all kinds of poultry and eggs tr oppositepepntMr Dudley Tapp will receive daily hereafter Bring your poultry and eggs to him and gel iCASH Wo are now paying the following pricas 6c Ib HurkK per Hi 5c Geese per it M- KKpptpor Ib 5c PgeonR cnnh 5c Turkeys HJI per ib 60 tJoliblorf per Ib iEggs dos- Siriug 5h ehiikeiifi pc r lb lOu Our agpnt will be on hacd at aM times and receive all that is f fTored Kentucky Poultry to i is iii1 LFNCXNItE G Poultry Farm Garden Cemetery Lawn Railroad and Rabbit Fencing 17iuU3nnil of niltn In list Catalog1 rue Frriyht hid frier LoW HnBlMILLEaWOVEHWIBEFBICEM liB tnd 10 51 Wand RELIABLE MAN OR WOMAN ASSURED ii1 jiiJ Jy INCOME TO RIGHT PER SON THE lUJ5 PAY EVER OF FERED FOR SIMILAR SERVICE The Coimopolltan Slagadee edited by tLIEs withn to add a quartet cf a million to its clientele already the lug alt intelligent thinking ratdsnpoiseistd any periodical the world IT IS PREPARED TO PAY HANDSOMELY FOR ASSISTANCE RuN ofIeveryImanufacturing establishment in every State All that io required Of any ono ia reliability oarneatncso and wrk No matter on what other payIApply dating position capability and eates to TilE Irsiotononthrliudsou COSXIOPOUTAN Gk p bA AnG rmmmt t E AUZ uu tr1r ll copyaio 18i3 Anyone unClog uJtfth ani r1rJnuirtlnportnln free fhrtistr en inynt1 rroA peteltsbleVirnristflfl etrietil onfUvrt Oi1iI n fr rlng patents in Anierc Vj fcvo wuIIIlitIJ tatrnU teion nuiU Munn rspecial the 6O1ETiflC EflICNb- anLIfaiT 1istt1 lusest clrot loa of nov r weoky thou 3rt a rearlIonlb1tIIr sporiuien ciiflO1JhlUn- ooK oa Vut fro Adar MUMN l CO tOt llrcndwiiy New Wk MAPLE HEAD POULTRY YARDS Black aiiKsbun Pullets of llawkins drain mated with n Grand Robinson Cock frel Eggs 200 per Vhite Plvmouth Rock Haivkini and Empire itraln par S C Lcf horns Pontyth strain eioo Icr Pokin Ducks Jlf 0 per J M DOWNING 3m Lexington Ky JEvcrrbody Bnya Cascnrots Candy Cathartic the most won derful miillcal discovery cf the age pleas sot end refreshing to tho teaSe net gently and positively on kidneys liver and bowels cloanslrij ttia entire system dispel raids cum headache fever habitual constipation anti biliousness Please buy and try n box ore C C todiiy JO2r5Ccnts Boldnnd guaranteed to oure = =to Cure Constipation Forever TalteXUdcaroia Cand Cathartic crSSo Ucqc falito earn duggLatr rsPmU nuacy f i7j i 4 THOPiIPSOROLEEMS S 1 j5 3 I t7It t lI equipment Undertakers lJn EII1Y balmers line UPTODATE in eveVy iflefctf tll Caskets and Robes from the finest to the cheapJ lTIest7 furnished promptly We answer calls daypf night anlI guarantee Perfect SatisFaction f f A WHY Gb Z h fcY jt4i Elscwhere to buy goods whenyou east saVe money bjT patronizing borne njfrtbontfi We are able to give the public the LOWEST PRICES on j FURNITURE AND CARPETSV 0 We can duplicate city prices anything in i1V our line A trial Qrder is all wo ask to conVince you We willtake pleasure m showing fcril l 1 r you goods and quote prices whether you wish 1LIS to buy or not ll 0 I 1 LC ==a DONT SACRIFICE Future Omfort for present seeming Economy but fitlY t2 tho Sewing Machine with an established reputation that j tiguarantees you long and satisfactory service J l Send for cue beautiful tafMone catalogs CLEVELAM OMO RL l tIeeEs EGEG ti I f Clubbing ListT- he x best Magazines and Nev spapers published in- the country offered at re dued rates to NEWS LEADER subscriber As n special Inducement to new aubscribeis and old ones who renew we have at no little trouble and expense made arrangements with a Urge number oV magazines and newspapers to offer them at greatly reduced rates In some cams we ofler you the NEWS LEADER and the other publication together for one year at the price of the one Now is the time to begin and here is a list of some of the offers wmt ivsLKADKn Louisville Post daily 275 Courier Juurisl twice a week 150 Louipvillt COIlUOOI cia 5 eo Louisville 0immercul weekly 125 Homo and Farm 140 Fanners Home Jnurnni 1 75 Cm Joium rcinlTnbuno 14Q Cineinnnti Enquirer 150 Country Gentleman 800 Interrftate Pouliryman 180 Ohio FarmerV 150 Indtlwnr1pnt8liOSilver ni htH 1 f LV Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 Century M agJzinot 45C St Nicholis VV V85 Southern Floriatnnd Gardonr 150 Mayflower i 30 Harpers Mnjinzine 400 Harper Weeklys 0 Harpers Barir ljj Uirper RntltlltH 25Q NY World TnJ 175 Munsoys Mognzme il 180 McClqres Magazine tao LaMes Home libel 100 800NowN Y Trice jiWelc pibli 16 Frank LcsHe8 Popular MonhV825 iWfflTE I sL J ns BEAuTIfUllY FIGURED WOODWORKf6 fDuwJFINE MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT I r iiccupfedmeats makes It the 1 J 1 MOST DE5HABLE MAartNE THE Dealers Wamted where wo aro riot represootM Xi XiiWhite Sewcnq Mochioe Cou J S eeeEE eeEEE daily I MONTHLY SUFFERING I r tfII1rh0US3nd3 of women troubled at- montblyinter I painsiu i back breasts- shoulclersnjde hips and limbs But they need riot suffer flJfdangerous thatena 4 Themenstrualoperatepl1 WiReofWgUli 11essnndregnInr cate menstrual organs in condi tion todo their vrork properly And that stops aU this pain Why will any woman suffer nftersnqitltwhenVieoof 1tcostsbotUelcHlaPot advice jn cass requiring 1 spe ial dirccUcns address iv lag symptoms The VSAdvisoryChsttanoga MedMno Co Chattap0oga1nn eeeMrtROZEKA of OenuiU TozatIwas ins intsrviaVpains Ia head al4laackbut trays bose snUrotyrerlsv St CaniIJV ray Wine ji jVacationtnecessary article to Pave wtI- JOI1l1rtof 4 your pctket bfoklaa b1tkI Foloya CohwCure it laan absolanpWvonUon or urAr81t deranjfonieu a of thebowol caused by a cnanLecwater XonnN IJkoly need it Beby Unydon A RobcrtFon Evil hflorcifeets never folIonVthor of Dr neWs Peppi rtfilut Chill Tonic l rIs a pleasrn ver ftrichltdatouttott ntbOn1Lcheeks All ithttS 1f istuvcuredNhToHat aff iitcniai 2 tQuantntecsi tabaetciiabitvum nniremen J StTQflrb1Qcj pers Wfl1 Alidrtmgv f I