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Sandaj sin each ninth coltfL1PRBSBYTERI AN CHURCH RovBEOLa sopr torSeiTices every Bnsat11 smanP Pyer Meet a orcrrnnrd y night j beSfItlterSuddaytB and 10 oclock aw Berrtcw at Bt Rose same tour FRXTeRN ORDERS t tc LoDO SpringflcM lodgeNo 50 otcclsovcondilond y in each month WishlngtonR O chapter No 27 meets CTory third Monday KprlngaelCouocll No 52 meets every fourth Monday ICjTours or Hoson Mwtsovepy second a I uud fourthTMonday In each month Ef iIrs TUZ MAcAneEcets every first Wednesday olcach month 1QUNTDLRcTORYin orn UIT COURT Circuit Court b jlni on the foutth ion tylnF1bmaryllay and October c CS Latterion Jtide Vj5BSwe ney Commonwealth Attorney Pli Campbell Clerk TW Simme 3altrcommIsstouer u a QUARnRIYCOUR1 tSheldl on the thtrd ODt daylnJaauary April July and October c J kWmtimpso FtIdgI COUNTY COURT 7 Otnty Court meets onlho tpurthiilon iv T In eachiinonth y k J- rICI0fTMmrlOn jp dve i t w FiooIier cuuty Clcr1tII HTb1 a1courtVArWJ1 y JK Smith Jailer y 17 t J T craycrbf t Bherifl fJY wgJI B Povrell VDap Il Mute liJ3miaj WDIi K Asseisor CoUflt Survcyorhf ltA Toputy UCampbell County Treasnreia fe IIDDIoTcniiJli JTcUPoUceudTW 0 R sd City Attorney JUSTIOI OOUBT Jnstlcftcoulrts areiheld In January Apr- iJn1ynnIOetOber Jcrs01ial FaEi04Pa0 tn6dical roforonco book to apy person aQltctod with any spocifl chronic or delicate discaso peculiar to their sex Addresaf tho leading physi clans uridJtureeons of tho United States Dr Hathaway Co 70 Dearborn street Chlca ft IFTYDOLLATUJ A WBKK EASILY v MADH Agents wanted in ovorv calityfor Hoa W J Bryans urcat and onl6ooktThe First Battis The bwt- seller7n ever produced Agents tUG tak- Ing many fis oNle poe wook He 1twareCJONKKY COMPANY Publishers 3iIi Dearborn Street Chicago SutherlHnds IViRlo Eye Salve Is n fine croaiti Knowwhite ointment jut up nirtI1it In wcxewcup tubes and eolil for 25C bjall tlpalort It Isfentwn through ont t1iotfl cMthe bcstund quickest armtewi euro for an form of sore ore or grauisiaed lids styes ole Scores of people rptaira that it baa uaoa their yot1f 4s4ist Mew Id WMls irirsC- 4fM4atte sure trlJMrrr ri JIft p ODDS m ENDS OF GOSSIP TiMEsI noticed in a BETTER paper the other day a collection of reports from the farming districts throughdufcthe country which I hope alsp reached then eyes of some of the farmers nota thousand miles away from Springfield who spen nearly as much time talk i g aBput hard times and politics they do working their farms he reports from Kansas flu nois and other big Western farming states as well as from e South arid Southwest are most encouraging about the con dition of the farmers From every section the indications are at the condition of the downtrodden is fast becoming im Droved In some states where crop iailups and low prices have leettthe rule lor some time it is said that the farmers are get ting out p debfcand are making money as a result of the good cr faopsg this year The farmers of Wash in lon county are certainly thrticuiarlyblessed anlsome are openly admitting at times are getting better Following one of the biggest heat crops known in years there is a prospect for a fine rn yield Corn has grown wonderfully during the past few weeks and a big crop will be made with very little work In de e8 it5s told ofa farmer in the tiunlypiece of bottom land in corn that he was6usy in harvest and little slow about getting to work inhis corh and when ho gan to plow his 6nClie fOund too far Advanced to work That field without any cultiva ting whateverwili makean im mensp yield pe1tacrcs POINTYl POLITICS What do IJypu think will be the out come of the election for county ontcers in this county this fall was the question propounded to local politician the other day cCThesitationis somewhat com plicatedsaid he and the out comevery uncertain In the first placejeachpartywillhavetrouble 3namingare to be seyeral contests in the Tonventionsbe some fusion too on botn sides The Democrats and Pop lists are about to fuse on one ra eJnt lleast and thereis some lk of getting the gold Demo rats and Republicans tb unite forces The campaign has hard ly opened in earnest as yet butI hen itdosthlngs promise ro getjnteestingf It HTKLS BALL tpLUB Some bf y young misses oi the town ho haye Iteen enthusiastic fans j aiftL admirers of the JtVVS3j5ortt cded to take a and atr baseball themselves and have regularly organized a team nd are prepared to in ke and accept challenges from all com of similar style and class he team has not played any match games yet but they are practicing hard and they do say that they are capable of putting up a good game KENTUCKY FAIR DATES Lancaster July I2Hdays Versailles July 204 days Richmond July 274 days Danville August 34 days GurdsvillOr August 3r4 days Jtebanon August 103 days Ellzabethtown August1T4days- LaGrange August 153 days SbelbyvilleAdgust24 4 days Lawronceourg August 2fdays hepherdsyiUe August 244 days Bardatown August 31 6 days Barbourville Sedtember 13 lays Paducab September 4 days Bowling Green September 84days Eminence September 84 days SPRINGFIELD September 03 days Winohesteiv September 133 days Hazel Groan Soptemb r H 4 days Glasgow September 164 days Princeton Seiitomber 303 days Hartford September 3a3 claps Unlo 4owHOctob rS5days Q j Ii YrpaIeW QI44 yi r= McINTIRE IFtomOur Regular Correspondent No threshing has been done inatbis hefghhoihood yet but several machine have been nr ttiidIMr J K Blanafordis convals cent at this writingpMr Geo Spaulding who had a slight stroke ot paralysis in a very bud condition Mr Eugene Hill paid a visit to his girl of LaRue last week Dr Spnuldmg and Mr J B Hill were in Lebanonlast week Quite a number of youn gsters visited Mr Ed Kid well and family All reported jolly times Miss Etta Hill accompanied by her litclo sister Stella visited her sister MrF J B Johnson Ilast Sat urday and SundayhThe regular services were held at Smocks Chapel Sunday Mr and Mrs J B Hill visited the mily of J R Hilt last Sunday Misses Et t eii grandfather Mr Fred Hill Little Miss Annie Mattmgly hast been visiting her sister Mrs T J B iandfordfNo mystery about It When the SEa jkersoffored some tlmo ago to give away a Ixttlo of their Dmcstive Cordial to any o SfficeJ znicnyo thought thoy woro crazy Rubsequont events f roved It to have boon sterY clover advertising transac on fomlthougu they gave thousands of bottles aW ly it was in tho end profit able nearly everyono that took a frco bottle cairto back foj moae and paid for it with pleatircicayhur they bad derived otter results from liB rt o than any other mcdidno they had elver udThere notblng no uiiifonnly hucptps finl in tbo treatment of stomach trouolcs 03 tho Shaker Digestive VinTial anil what ir better tbannll n relieves at once Laxol thc hqw form of Castor Oil is palatable that children lick thosppooti clean HARDINS CREEK From Our Regnlar Correspondent Mr Elitor After a somewhat protfated silence with your permis sion I will again appear bclora your readers with a few Items from this part of our county I make no apologies for not appearing in your columns sonor und oftener but 1 have two reasons I will give which I Ithink will account for my silence he first one is that either ye editor or your typo cut the middle out Oi my last effort which made it appear to me at least a little bobtail at both ends Ididnt think thero was anything wrong iu what I said jin so much I onlygiv expression to a little feeling sympathy tor bout eighteen hundred stockhold ers in the Louisville Dispatch Co I then said with some Other things and still think that there is and will continue to be that many of the two thousand who never know whether the thing pays divideni ba not My text reason is that if I must confine myself strictly to the gossip of ho community I will any teat 1 have passed tho age when I can keep up with MissSkiptom Luc and tho flipflops of society This has been a wonderfully good serson in this vicinity Vegetables ofnl1 kinds never looked better The wheat crop has been barvcs ted and partly threshed it above an ageruge There has been some little scare about chinchbugs but they have done no seriou harm yet The corn crop prospects are now just splendid Beware of oIntments for Catrrh that conan Mercury osmojcnry will suroiy destroy the suns 0 of smell and conjiletoly doranue I- hliwholeshould never bo used except on present tions from reputable physician as tho damage they will do Is ten fold tliogood you can possibly derive ftom then t byFno moiciiry and in taken internally actlnptllroctly upon tl o t1 tl Hud mu buyJngIInUgouulno It Is taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio by FiJ CupnoyifcCoi Tcstlraonlala frees erSold hy drugptlst 75u per bottlo Hair Ronower enjoys the confl and patronage of people nfl over 1Jtt1lI world who nsoit to store tko hair a natural color I 1 call for Mass Convention The Republicans df Washington county are asked to meet in convention at the Courthouse in Springfield Ky on Monnay July 25th sane being County Court day for the purpose of selecting delegates to attend the State Convention called to meet in the City of Louisville on the 10th day of August 1897 for the- urpose of nominating a candidate for the office of Clerk of the Court of Appeals to be voted for at the coming November election J L WHARTON Chairman W CR Ccm W O REED Secy MACKVILLE From Our Refjrilar Correspondent Corn is looking exceedingly well in this locality Several of the farmers hero have id their wheat threshed and also sent to the mill Miss Oallie Wliipple of Louisville iis the guest oft rell1tivesheroI Mr James Cregor and wife of ast Texas attended church here Sunday last A M tVrrill andwife were called o the bedside of J Floyd Taylor at tlarrpdflburg last week MrTay Ipr who waa thought to bo danger ously ill has now recovered We have a lady photographer in town Mign Maggie Searcy of tanford well known to many of ur people She is prepared to doe fine work in th t tine oDrKYt Mc Per lanlen Piter and daughter Miss Mattie of Franklin Indiana all returned to their res pective homes last week alter afpleiisani visit with relatives ro Our piblicschool began this week with quite a large attendance with Mrs James Lhara principal ando Miss Ella Thompson assistant Prof Check will teach at thd College again beginning iin Sent J B Peter bought lambs from different parties this week paying 3 und 4 cents When You ake Your Vacation the most necessary artidlo to have wilt after your pocketbook Is a bottle ot tfoloyg Colic Curo It is nn absolute prevention or euro of all derangements ofl tbo bowels caused by a change of water You arc likely to need it TEXAS Fro our Special Correspondent Everything is quiet in our little town Farmers arc very busy cutting oats tacking wheat etc Miss Nancy J WJlliams oftr Bardstowr and Miss Johnson ofr Russellville are visiting Miss Dollio Green f John Rmehart and wife of Leb neighborhood Miss liessic Clnybrook who has been visiting Miss Ada Trent of Layrenceburg hus ietui nod to her home Miss Annie May eager who bus been visiting Mits Nettie Kim berlin returned to her homo m Danville tbo first of the week J S Claybrook of your town was out home Sunday Mrs Debo is m Danville this week on business Henry Peterson will leave for Chicago Ill where he has accepted l a position JJ Minton was iu Bardatuwn Sunday Joe says that Btowrn allOK G B Cunningham of your town was out Sunday Mrs J R Claybroqke left Mon day to visit her daughter Mrs W D RagsJale df Chicago III The club will meof with tho Misses Minton friaov Rev Pugh of your town and Dr Compton of the Georgetown jDollege were in our niidat last week drumming in the interest of George town College f JIavo tried othwi but like Ayera best Is the statement inado over and over again by thoso who testify to tho benefit derived from the nso of Ayere SursaparJlla Disease neVtrhndngrQut efonomy than this powerful blood ptirl for It makes the veak strong IfoToUac fqr rutty Cents Gtiaii5toeitobcto habit curevnmkyr weaV rnttsi puf wc1L AM4ruIs1 a h d ASSIGNEESS SALE The magnificent farm of A B Cooper containing about 235 acres situated on the Perryville pike one and a half miles from Springfield If not sold sooner privately will be offered atpublic auction at Courthouse in Springfield County Court day in August 1897 Terms reasonable For particulars see or write Alex Hamilton Fredericktown Ky E Y McElroy Lebanon Ky Robert Clements Spring field or the undersigned T W SIMMS Assignee of A B COOPER FENIiiLKIc fFrom Our BpodaJ CorreipccdnU Messrs J B Fenwick and Walter Adams were at Fredencktown Sunday Ilast Miss Ella Adams was in Springfield on Saturday Marshall Adams of Tatharo Springs paid his home and relatives a visit on Sunday Robt fcWler after an absence of eight years returned on Friday tlthe sjenes of his old Kentucky homo to spend tire evening ot uis d aysoI Many of tho taachers of the com munityattended the county exami nation at Springfield on Friday and Saturday Prof Burton of Wadd High School is calling on his old teach r friends and is representing one f the best schools in the State Most ot the schools in the county are opened or under contract and now that it is an open secret that tthere will be a very light schoolI fJunJ Tho teachers who have been compelled to pay high prices for assistants wIn be the victims of the political germeanderinc of the Stato In common justice to oil parties the condition of school should have been made funia sooii as certoinedat tti the office 61 State Superintendent The school fund is held by the Constitu tion to bo inviolate yet there has not been a year in tbo past ten thatl iit has not been appropriated to to other purposes and now we are told that possibly there is some mistake about there being any school fund at all CONSUMPTION CAB BE CURED T A blooum IL c the Groat Chemist and Scientist will send Free to tho Af flicted Three Bottles of His Newly jib covered RemedIes to Cure Consumption and AU Lung TroublestNothing could fanthropicthan the offer of TA Hlocutn M CofNow York City- Oonfldent that he has discovered a reli able euro for consumption and all bronchial and weakness loss of flesh and alt conditI- ons of wasting and to make its gras t merits known ho wilt send free three boU ties to any reader of the NEWSI who may be suffering Already this now scientific course of medicine has permanently cured thou ands of apparently hopelesscases The Doctor considers it lila religious duty a duty which he owes to humanity to donate his infallible euro consumptiontoaid has on file m his American and JEuro laboratories tcaUmNJiL of experience I1UyhIfDont delay until It Is too late Gonsump Uon uninterrupted means speedy and cpr tain death Address T A Slocnm M C 08 Pine Btreot Now York noel when writ njj the Doctor give express and postofflo address and please mention reading this article In THE NEWSLEADER LESLIES POPULARMONTH- LYFO AUGUST A special fiction numbers F R A K K LESLIES POPULAR MONTHLY for August There are seven complete stories all illustrated and all are bright acd claver the one by Margaret E San stet being particularly noticeable for its sweet simplic ity But the number is nott given up entirely to fiction There is an attractively illusira ted paper entitled A Grandee of the Fields in vhich Martha McCullobh Williams chats enter taimngiyi of tobacco its history The University of Virginia is the subject Df an article by Richard Heath Dabey forming the tenth paper In this magazines popular series on American Universities and Colleges Jt is Illustrated with good portraits Rivijrilws I CALL FOR DEMOCRATIC ISDfiLBY At a called meeting of the Demo cratlc Committee for Washington i connty all the committeemon being present the following plan waa unani mousiy adopted for tho election of Democratic nominees for the county ffices and county district ouloes to be fllledja the November election 1B97 That a poll book for the various vot iing precincts in the Vountyas they n townumber of ballots for each precinct Each ballot and stub shall have cor responding serial numbers with the namesof each candidate Iorjtbo porn nations for tho respective county offices printed thereon in separate eel uinns leaving a blank space In each column under tHe printed tames for the insertion of a name that voters may wish to inseand vote for other an the printed names Opposite name there shall bo a squareand each voter in expressing his choice shall cross mark the square Thaftwo disoroot persons over the i1geof wontyono shall bp appointed from the residents of each precinct as can vassers of the voto of their respective precincts whose duty it shall be to call upon each voter ia his precinct and perform the duties herein eet forth Said canvassers shall carry ballot boxes for the purpose of depositing the ballots cast Said boxes to be llocked and the Keys thereto left with the Chairman of the County Corn mitteo and shall not be uulockea e pened except before the committee and candidates as hereinafter provid ed That each person when desiring to votn shall bo handed a billot by the i marKItdidates of hIs cnolqo Fold and 3e posit it in tilt ballot box and the name of oath voter shall be written by the canvassers in the presence of the voter on the stub from which each is detached should a ballot become accIdentallYdestroye1 or mutilated by a voter or canvasser the stub shall l b utikewisebox with the voted ballots and an- thero ballot given the voter provided that not more than one ballot shall in qrdeatrovodread pr writo or who is from any cause disabled from marking hIe bal lot can call upon the canvassers to- no candidate or any one else for him shall precedo the canvassers for tho canyaasers for the purpose of influenc1 ingI voters The candidates for nominations for county offices first apply- Ingt to have their names printed on tho ballots shall pay into the hands of tho Chairman of the County Gomv mittee the sum of eaooAnd each candidate entering the race thereafter shall pay the sum of 8625 but when there are more than one entry for each the shaDs I who hits paid 812501 these twacss menta being made to defray the ex IpossesThe name of th candidate will bo en tored on the ballot in the order that he assessments ore paid Candidates or magistrate and constable In the r tvariouss 0essedpaid in as in thIS case ofcountyofflcei and their pamo to be entered upon the ballot as aforesaid and the vote canvassed in the magisterial districts hbyAssessments must be paid in on or beforotho 2d day of August 1807 No tthemark said bqllolj for him which tatbo done in the presence ot both canlvassers and votO- ThecanvB88ng by tbo canywaera as aforesaid shall begin on the lath day of August 1897 and conttnuji pn the 19th 20th4and 21sf o August 1897 They will begin their wor each day at 6 a m and end at 6 80 p m solar tIme excepting on the 21st of August at 2 p m they Trfllrepair to the usual place of yoUng and recolvoyote In the manner aforesaid of such persona who for any ceisou did not vote dur lag the canvass All persons who supported the Bryan Presidential Elc tora in 1896 and all Democrats who for any reason failed to support said Electors and all youths who will have attained their majority by the November clot tIon 1897 are entitled tq vote In this primary provided that all voters par ticipating in the primary will bo cop sldoredplodged to support the noni ineos Any dIsagreemont state the quallfl cation of a voter shall be referred to tho committeemen- kof tho precinct During the time the vote is being taken by the canvassers the candlil dates shall cease electioneering and mont on or before said date In the raco for nomination for assossor the candidate rosidltg in either the throe Springfield precincts Fred rlcktown and Fottsville precincts receiving more yotes than any of the other can dfdates residing in sold districts shall be oathe ticket for assessor and the candidate residing in either the Ned ville Hendren Willlsburg North and MooresvftlO precincts shall bo on the ticket for assessor the one receiving the highest jwmbe t ot votctf shall f howeyer bo the nommofe for asseseci ndthe other shall ba tbo deputy assessor in tho ovejit of Baidnominees election at tho November election 1897 Said candidates for assessor ore not limited to any section of tho county in electioneering or Bccming votes After the canvassing and vot ing has ceased on August 2lBt 1897 the canvassers in each precinct will d eliver thob xes coutainingg the bal ilots and the stubs and unused ballots o the committeeman the precinct to bo safely kept by said committee J man who will on the following lytbn day August 23 1897 at 10 oclock m produce sold bil1otbOtaatuba and dunned btUot inSprrngfielJKyt at the offico of the Chairman ot theICountydommlttce at which tune and place In the presence of tho com mltteeandthecaudidates the ballot boxesVIIlboun1ocked and openedaand the ballots canvassed and counted by tbo committee and tho results and nominees declared TW SIMMS Jfi Chairman Demor cratlc Committee r v BHJIULLICANJSecrotaryi r MARION BKiuy J NBoDnlP1 Wr PBRtA 1J D RILEY 1k JJA84ROYALTX tGEEDEnr jt I TEGxAxasar W B 1LLTCIIET1 A Question Who is that man over tlqre i said the drummer p6intjngOvreri to a longbaired man vbo came gown the platform at the railway station That man said thei groberym n is Bolivar tha bigamist never heard of hfin Well you seo Bplivar married abouOtfif teen jears ago downtere in Putnam his wife Inn away with a padfiler and B livar mir del a 8wed3 wOman end io about two years his second witS had saved up a good deal of mon ev and lit back to the old country and Bo1iv3rqulet1y wentoyer 16 the mountains and brought back wrthailambermans daughteria short time it was proved thatsfio1 had been married before and had ruu away from her otlier husband itbo tf t1iDgallivorGeno1lvar i haying assort of suspicion agin this soqe1l running mate you migUt qU berlit uftwid llast mODth61tQ1 Qphe IJPr and glad with btIwijWeIIY 4I iNow the the mw tjioa ISN whether be iIs a bji sji qt whether the courts WQUdsciaUi twhether Be were afcVictlwq circumstances over vMcbiijb no oillroLOan you upttq iIU Well sir yCU see bis brdtheij iis one of the country squires andl ho gives his opinion that as C though ho are a bigamist yet In the sense ol holding family ties together a man can be excused from all nature of conviction on the ground bat the surplus of is euergys was exhausted in rInging about a psacablo recbnv cihation even tp hinisQlf audi that as tbe first wlfo la duly in stalled 19 tfie homestead t1 a allIcharges are squelched in the say lIng Qf the scripttue Mhnt beIfirst sliDll be last and lbs last ui bQ 1lrp To tiara ConJtJpatloti KprcTcr T Vaai8cart3ta CuaOyliiUwrtla lOurprS4i It C a fajl t f cure drupBists rcOiua Kooy Lression i of Spirits SlmmerUrnerif feck off thoughtpower means a deficient supply of nourish t ment The vital force is lost H Isnt a question of muscle and sinew but of resistance and endurance At any age but especially m youth it InvoWes the risk of lung disease Loss off flesh and a cough are threat enlng signs S t I 11 iof Codliver Oil with the hypo phosphites meets the5eca3fia perfettly It tones up fatten arid strengthehs In Scotts Emulsion the ttst ofth i9n Isfullr IUIIIOd making t t almost as plasmllk te at 4 JC Icon r I EcJyT r r4wt AIi i tL i I f THE PISLEADER 7E LDAVISON JR miITHURSDAY JULY 221597 r 71tNNOUNOEMENTS I y FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE i 4V tPattesonv StfjWd dm authorized to announce Charles t solJof Taylnr conntrncandidnte for ClrcuitfJudgoor too Eleventh Judicial VlKjMricS oiupocdot Martqn AVashington j jlnriiiidToVopn coonties subject to Ho ctGni 6 Ui6 Democratioparty l ovembcr j p gc1opi87 Lisle ITaylnj received and accepted tb fe jipinltiallon iroiu tlioJRopubllcan party l jot this Circuit ConrtJucllclal district toiJortho brace of Circuit Court Judsq t rp erar support iarospoctf ally solicited WLTS1 ipn SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT O thr0t Wo two authorized to annOunce Or notb rotor as a candidate br Cou JY Silpdnnteiidont of public Bclrtols for Washington cbontjvsnbjpct to the 80 j1odotthe Democratic iTcSaunders 1taryke iWe rfl uthQrlzc ronnnou co touts JitJaundorsas acindldnto for tbirHIre Oauwly Supointcndont or Common vSBHooIav of Washington county subject to thesppport of the yotprsbf the county miU tlib oudorsomontqf oil political par tto ffe + FOR COUNTY JDUGE ijr Morgan iWO authorizod to annpunco W HJ iforann as a candidate for County Jt1 o f fWnhngton Count1su1joct to 0 cffon of tho KopuLlIcan party v 1 FOR REPRESErTATIVE irf t Haysaof Wp are authorized to annonnce Jamos jCountyntheLowWi IC iy8aa a candidiito for JRopwsenta uj joct to the action of the Republican Ixrty 4KeelingWo are authvirizpa to announce WL Jflveellugas a candidate for Roprcwcnta v4ttv6ifbrWa9t lngUnc untyln the LoW ezffotise of tho Kentucky Legislature subject to the action pt tho Bopub1Icx p1r e t iNDiCATiONS are that wo will v baa good county fair here thisr JIY iear and every business man irr liretown as well as our county CUJzens should take an interest fand help the good thing long Ottr county fair is something thatistbtsnded to ha for them tefests ol the county and eyery inST making it a Success The gea ltlemencompsingtbeFak Con pany are doing all they can td keep the fair up ti1its usual pood rfstandard and a good exhibition T8 promised this year Fitiauc iaUyt the lair has not proven a big success for some time and v thstisalt the more reason that l all shpuld take an interest atida lend some cncouragemefnt the promoters of our county fair vBvery citizen can do something atSth same time can help himself utSp iiatime and t ceasion for adve r tising his business and the farm ershould take pride in making unsexhbitidn of his stock and farm products An attractive preciinm list is being prepared apd the catalogue which will bef published r t the NEWS LEADER rififee will bis out bolore long Byl1 means lOt everyone do ill urLSIthin1 cpuhty lairagoodona this year Vr X THE Republicans held a prim ary in Louisville Tuesday to iiOcdinate candidates for city of ice Mayor Todd and his en ItIreticke had nodiflhuIty in 4tgottng thronghT There j1s a lcpnsiderao1e of d Iissatisaction nf among Republicans and the op ijfiostipn to Todd andhis admin t ytsTritbhitis said will make it fff1aDifcst in the coming elec iiontii Quite number olprom iilnent Republicans have already announced that they willvote lor Y avor the Demouratic can di- dateIor Mayor 2 t THE Yukon Valley jh a far r away and almost lInacessi ale j IJtheHeeiters Ksjcent reports of tin f coveries in the gold fields aV that 1pace read lute fabulous fairy ailest and Jf all be true thedis e r eI plqJUV beepi ar AtelUUP uuoUrcdi of fortune t ti Sthunters and prospectors areS ma iiinjheirwayto the vicinity of the new find nsfastt as the difficulties of the route will t pertow SOME of the Republican lead ers are complaining of catching ttacoming and agoing anent the appointment of tOe coloredI brother to oflfoe United SUtes Marshal James is being severely criticized by Democratic papers for appointing twp colored men j Ins deputy marshals and yet i f the colored brother is lMt put entirely they say hat the Re fpublicans do not need him except tooVote It do look toughindeed 0iL do ONLY a half dozen are left oft the hundred or more hopefulI Republicans who went to Wash ingtpn immediately after the elelection of Senator Deboe to get e offices which it was then expecteir wou dbeat once handed outCorierJourna1- rWe wouii say that the othe ninetyfburaro the ones who are ftSBENTILtMA makes the awful threat of keeping the Senate in session until December rather than submit to a tax on cotton bagging provided the Southern a Senatorswlll stami by him Let us hope he will Hot be Driven to such an extremity THE big coal miners strike thofroughouton wi h small prospects of a so tt1- emiit5mYou must not make flCshot one and bOno of anotber make both tot your alrCh orill1fxa A ciillf irybu aro havlng chills iovrit will euro thorn cumwUcn everything else falls E IectriBitters iidElectricfpranyseason but perhaps inprb acne ally needed when thelanguld exhaustedU feolingrprevaflsvrhon tho livoriL torpid and sluggish and tho need of a tonic di dSoiteratlyo is felt of this rVnnps no w ill act morosuroly In couinteractInai d freeing the system from malarial poison Headac b Indigostlon Constipation Dizziness yield to Efectrla Bitters So idafor and 100 per botele atHaydon VfRoborisona DrugStore PETER BROTHERS REUNJON On the 12th pf July at the residence of Paris Peter near Mack vrlle Washington County Kv was gathered for the third reun jion six sons of the late Mountford Peter with some members of t ciheirseveral relatives and friends to jjoin in the festivities and exer cises of the occasion Nptibly those present were Bernard entPeter and daughter Mattie of Franklin Ind Paris Peter wifp nd daughter Athena at hoix icaArmenius Peter of St Joseph jMo Dr Preston Peter at Itdaughter Laura of Logan Co Ky Emory B Petqr and wife tlfo Peter and wire of Mackville Ky Jesse Peter of Santa Rosa Cal ono of the seven brothers was so situated that be could not attend the meeting but letters to different ones of the brother g caveastpresent ini spirit and showed how sincerely he regretted bis inabil- Ity to answer to the roll call of the brothers Beside the general celebration of the reunion the meeting also celebrated the seyeaty sixth na tal anniversary of Paris who lives on and owns the old homestead which has been admirably kept and the old house yard and rtchard and garden never showed to a better advantage or looked more charming and initing every way than it did this meet l and i1thei1e the county or to oe found any whereAfter dinner was had and which was bountiful and rare aud faultless in every ti tail the brothers and their guests representing several branches of the octogeniandown and being led by Rev Mr Pee bles ofjMackvillentbe occasion by reading a portion of Scripture and offering elins1praGaud La ira Petcandaccompanedo- piauthe and violin by Mis Athena Peter and Dr Peter joining in the choruses mel ed the hearts of all present Then Rev Mr Peebles led off in a lew tender and touching re marks and some points iin the family his Ixsry and associations and he was in turn followed by Beanarden Peter the oldast of the brothers who gave a very feeling and appropriate talk on the good fortune of the reunion and espeelailyi congratulated Ja di5rissixth anniversary and made the off beringbro hers Eicb brother in turn in a few remarks showed his gratitude at being able to be present at the reunion and especially cocgratu la ted Parison passing his three sc ora anl t2n and stIlt enjoying life Then Paris in turn almost too full for utterance both as hero aud host responded in his most unique and unimi table style which brought forth tears and laughter Jesse the absent brother was irepresented at Ihb table and in the parlor by a chair wreathe iin evergreens and a beautiful plat of flowers as a token of the lovingTomembrance in which his brothers hold him In lS91 the seven brothers had- eth rare good fortune to be all together for the first time in their lives and in ccnsideration of the past and the tact that two the brothers had already if reached their three score and ten they hardly expected another eeting but in the providence of God they were all permitted gain in 1893 and this year save Jesse at the recent meeting Surely the brotbers have much for which to be thankful and tD stimulate them to look forward to that grind reunion in the hbweetby and by Stands at tho Head Aug J Bogol tho leading druggist of NowI is tho only thing that cures conjrn and it is the best seller I have j F Campbell mercbantofSiiflbrd Aria writes Dr Kings New Discovery is all andlfj Coughs Colds I cnrtnolpay enough for its merits Dr Kins Now Discovery for cousiunption Coughs and Colds is not an experiment It has been tried for a quarter of century and toduv stands at tho brad Itnovor disappoints Free trill bottles at Haydon Jlobortsons Drug Score What Woman Can Do Bob Burdette has partially told the story of what a woman can do and he tells some of the things she canLOt do He says True she cannot sharper a pencil and oiilside of commercial circles she cannot tie a package to make it Jo3k like any thing save a crooked cross sec lion of chao but land of mir adesTl see what sho can do with pin I believe there are some women who can pin a glass knob to a door She cannot walk so many Jmiles around a billiard table witb nothing to eat and ndthing to speak of to Iriak but she can walk the floor all igifliwithn a fretful baby without going sound asleep the first half hour She can rid 500 gmilps without going into the smoking ar to rest and get away from he children She can go to town and do a wearisome days work shopping ami have a good time with three or four friends without drinking a keg of beer She can enjjy an evening visit without smoking half a dozen cigars She can endure th i tor tluring distraction of a house full of children all day while her husband cuffs them all nowlin bed before lie has been home an hour Every day she endures a dress tntwould make an ath llete syoon Sho will not and possible cannot walk fiCO miii s round a tanbark track in frih tk4- Carbllcies 1 Its the ame story The cxperienco of all sufferers with blood diseases is Identical First the doctors are consulted and their prescription of potash and mercury U taken faithfully but without result Months pass and the mercurial dose is continued until finally lila condition being no better or often worse the patient becomes and decides to change treatment Patettt medicines arc then taken ut until the right one Isfound the results are the san S S S is the pnlv blood remedy on the market which is guaranteed purely vegetable Itls the only one that contains no mercury no potash or other mineral and therefore is the only one that promptly gets at the bottom of all bloott diseases and f cures permanently JOSEPH JOTGATT All who are afflicted with Scrofula Eczema Fetter Cancer Carbuncles Rheumatism Contagious Jibed Poison Catarrh or any other form of blood troubles will find in S S SD prompt and permanent cure it matters nott how deep seated the disease or what other trc 1tmenthas failed Carbuncles are the result of an impoverished con flition of the blood causing a depressedi vitality and such a low state of health that it difficult for the system to withstand even the mildest illness mMrJosephcock Ave Athens Gn says I con tracked blood poicon from dye which symptomsthatAt one time there were fourteen car sufferingwas Sninbuthistion growing worse all the while alterIprovement was noticed I grew better every day and after taking six bottles sinceThere perfectly1rbuncldlall bloodIt8 S will not cure it is guaranteed Purely Vegetablea- nd is a real blood remedy for real blood troubles promptly reaching the seat of the disease and forcing u out permanently skindiseasesadercasSwift False tooth will co to eat with but glass eyes wontdo to with Loss of sight is a serious tnibg Granulated lids styes fliRt sro eves often rcstlt in the loas of sight Sutnnrlanda EaSlo Salvo is n guaranteed cure It Rtrcl1 weak qycs It ia harmless Drug 5000 but she can walk 00 miles in ten hours up and down the crowded aisles of a dry SoodS store when ther is a re duction sale on She bath no skill at fence and know th not how to sparbut when she jave hns a man in the ribs in a Christmas crowd that mans whole family howls Sho afraid of a mouse and runs from a cow but a hook agent cant scare her See is the salt of thoohurch the pepppr of the choir the life ofItbo sowing societ and about is of a young ladies school or ai nunneryeFoeys Honey end Tar in rnnrnntood to giv prompt relief in nil casea of astbini Do not olasi this with other niodlcinoa that liavo failed to give re liof JIve it a BfloltiCn Arnica saivc The best salvo In the world for Cuts Hhl1umell blains corns and nil skin oruptlonn zcpd paaltivuly cures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give perItent HHtiKftiction or fl icfui ttPrice 5 rents por lox at Ilaydon t Jtoh crtHOiinDruc Store 1rpTTrileJe 1 i PE tGNS7RAD MARKS a Send a model or rough pencil S4 ll mri InvenIoxOxldoee m iO2 Pstctj in142 ft j f Ddii Tetter Saltllheuiu and ECemIThe intense itching and smarting inci allayedbySkin t caseshave Itisnlpplesjchnppand chronic sore eyes 25 eta per box arejustKSicUtion Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but tohorsecent per packngo When Baby was rAck ira gate her Caeterlo When she was Child cried for Coetoria Whea sho became she dang to Oastoria When she bed CUWrcn die garo tt n Cectorik SS TO CUBE AtOLl IN ONE DAY Toko Laxativo Bromo Qulnin Tablets VII druggists refund the money if it fnilKto cure 25o For tale bj 111don li Rotoi tsnu Iud Wators t Brovflc Feb Ufine A tfEV BOOK KNiTTING Arm CROCtlETING of 61 pages over 60 original designs iliusmtcd beautiful lace patterns shawls hoods jackets etc hiw been published I y Tue HomC 1U Milk Stj Boston Mass and will be sent with a fiubscndtion to that paper Tho Home is a 20page monthly filled with original atones literary and do inostic topics nnd fashions Its depart ont of Fancy Work is a special feature and original designs each issue Tbo price of inbscriptlon is coaLs pir yen and will include one of these book AB a special induVomeut to trial sulwcribere a copy of this hook will bo clven wlth a 0 months subscription The price of book is 25 crisis but a 0 mouths nub scription and tho book combined sent for 15 cents Their annum premium list for will be sent free on applier t ionSCASTORIA Par Infanta and Children nil dl11rJt bfonlANTED FAITHFUL MEN lCll1tuckysition permanent Hoforonce EucU o ItiNatlotnOl Nov 19Wt EYerVbodT Says 90 mostwondorful tasienttgenUynrdcleansing tho entire oyaUro dispel coldn onstipailonandof U C C to lny 60 cents Bold and arnnto xl to cwm ty nil t7m clt8 cerii qrUUU BSSTHQWIJTI WORMSI WJW1VllJII EFOR 20 YEARS Has led nil Worm Remedies EVERY BflniEGUMNTEhfl SOLD EVER yHKItB mpri br tiounwoa Bkoicixr co ar tort Tno new rhllFcnro Dr Fells Pepper bettorIytirrulatiuR proportlct making It an iceai upbuilding tonic well ai an elf aud permanent cure for chilli and rover mBLM t KEYE rul1j iM r T CUnES fiQTIlIm ill PilES A SURf and OERTAIH CURE thoBESTSOLD JXTCJUUt DUlJOGISTa PretsrsltzacnAEESKT 1O8 COJSMOTS SMK7RRICKI DEALER IN BUGGY OPS WHEELS CUSHIONS SqAFTSi STORM APRONS BUGGY VA iON HARNESS ADDLES AUM WAGONS MACHINERY A PJLIj STOCK OP tANCY ANDSTAPLE GR9CEIIES HAgDWARE T V RE GLAESW RID llMe iI I SP1 F JNq GPQD l t c ff 7 it 4Vie are nct rtc ivlr g rJigftlt f nThrAc J iing a great assortvrcnti 1 r x rfo ft11Vt r t fo aJJI G iF L ffr4PRESS GOiS PERCAtE WBIGCOD DBESS TRIMMINGS ORMJi1ESSDUCfe GINGHAMS DfMiIESt KMBRdliS R tESJ WB OE Ej Eii F r4 CORSETS GLOVES M6HffSfEKVti 7 t Zr areA v i S1fGENTS KmiSTiSHINGS3 i I ludi ofFa 5S i k ShirfiFaucyaifdP1aIner f CLOTHiNGi t Yearl BoyasiiChildrensa l1n1 ttershown before Uetreyodsceour line before YOU buytlBcwhere ft sii iS Dont fail to see our line of JEIeliner BetlmannCofinoboevand brew Selby k Cos women and cnildrena finii AoiTbeiarno lines in the market superior to theseinfitsty1e and wear V r I CARPETS EtQ Wc are showing tho greatest stoof CardRIaLinj teumsS ehadesinth18tODrueerOryoRrse1f ti If f WALL PAPER tipin and sco ourWocli of SjOOO rolla Wpll Pnperin nil jhenei v combinations oWe mvHe your eppecml attention to the wJirclicolor infis in red green blue acid pnrplts witlifnprders aid ceilings to matchi r JWe thank you for pst patronage and iystd- ially cor oicitai good share jfycurpatr agiithisycarJ tirtsss5a to55S I CUNNINGHAM DUNC A fr trJ M DCRTOS tDrr irbar sit 1 y J J7VVBURTO h cc yrDES HAYDOKi SK MASAOEB i 1 l Undertakers and funeral Director I COFFINS CAaEETS It1 BUEIAL j ROBES OF ALL KINDS c f rbigbt FULLY EQUIPPED Calls answered promptly day O The services of jn ErERJENCJD MBA-vLMEl t 4jL gwduate ft crnVscKcol of ciplaJmjnjsphave ieen engafjcj3 t J iS Ij rtArtt 4t J M BURTONS CO HAG N BLOCIT ItEtD K yTSSJL iB DIRECT FROM MILL TO WEARER r Which Saves you 4 BJer Profits tOpeiBCITY S5O2iI f raD Q flops IonISSuts Sizes 3 to 15J wHb extra pair of pantsll98t IrommportedWool SiUorCOitrCotLirfsncyWent WUt Baait Trimmlaffand Work thi but unWithoutThUStyl 4 3109 with rant Vhtncrdfrins wad ro tOflicErpr fitcnty Onter or RcgtstMd Littler 4Ha tlntbirthdjyv anilf brjt rnal for MOl thtoftdi nfm c4 natMtliuctory 5anJa fera- mmemunrhtrbnketaIi at 1 CUSTOM MADE TOODER I5IjIT715OGizaranlttd WoolFancyWoniM hbtetlined Wth Importtd i orCustomTUotlmllJtcr 5lze34topTKSUe5OOdIm5MkYCfl5 0tlow measuri lor Itni and Sult- iMaaia rjt tb Irtast SWaist oytr 5 Crotch jto Iltel tar iaotWay5xs pmi Chlr- sce and 02 not will rtiuni sJGcY llcnea tr fbU difsrt tart ut the Qo tJip1Mru- lanurera In TI I t t 1i w- a iiT T tf pcV L 4 f NEWLEAR I I THEEISLEADER i 1 ii PUBLISHED BTEBY THURSDAY UORNXNO SPRINGFIELD KY l 3tOPIPYIsspPajDiApvaN I1 rti Drf R WILDER I 1I YCOCDENTIST iitDwtil OpvaOens Feifoime TEETH EXTRACTED I TVTUQUT PAIN In Sprinsfleld every first Thurs day aud Friday each iiiontli c QFFICOyorPostoffieo Maiu office No 618H j r lioulavUle K ourthAjV WFNEIK1RK ATTORNEYATLAW t z i OFFICE ivfth C C McCnoRD DfJ JF RiNM1tRT t j4OFFICE HOURS itl i1m v K EVERYDAY x jSS5 t SPKINGFiELP KY tDR J E BURTON CRESDENT DENTIST H TEEtH EXTRACTED t WITHOUT FAIN Ci f 1 3iiirBlock over Mansfield 80n8orc + SPRINGFIELD KY SpcIaItyFT iR J H LAWIPTON i if tfc OFFcE i vn1cLScrivc4 OP Fzc y SMany lives oluso ulnc havo been cut 6hotby neglect16 brcaik BR an ordinary cold I Pneumonia bronehitfs and even cpniunjp tlon can bo averted by the yriinipv tuft of dotMinute couch euro Waters Browne = REMOY1I y 7 I have removed my place of Stsess from Main street to fi part ot the new building on Wal street next to the Berry Hotel iwill keepnotbDgbut the BEST- f anHVPuRfiST liquors and ask a J sbafe of your patronage 1 r Respectfully Ji JOHNJIGREEN1 E i1 ill 1SqrTettr eczema and all sljjiSrarildn tron Mos arooired by t jse oP Witt J 4 Witch Hazel 8alw rlt sotbes at once add 3 V restores thoCtIo their natural condo 7 ifc HQttanittetfcr falLs to cure plies Vaters 1iBro 6 4JIm thinkniPnt uitofftapaleotl brmOI1WNltfLWaitacit VTMbtactaa Crortb lr lJQOprl apffc- st ot two bnndra inreatlons wanted Theyare io little you hardly knowwyon faro taking them They cause no griping c yet they act quickly and most tboroughlv 1 Such urn the famous llttlo pills known as 1 DeWItfa Little Early Risers Smnll in f ieUn groat In results Waters Brownet y zrYOvIzJAcIc4curz Ort011 ffslllft good Tz- ynitiitA rnothtDI s JIWV JIIJtNnwm JanddeaIOhJ1Ptt1te tau dCaleA med1tfu8o 1RRtfBENMO K r cBLACKSMITH r j Horse hoeing Carriage Repairing t f pni ideneral Blacksmiihing All work guaranteed to giVe 11 sVlisf action at the casEy shop SPRINGFIBDD KY kl DomttolafcoStiU sad Smoke Tear Lire bar TocQu1tUccc easily end torc erooo incr ncild JullcjJt rxjToabdvlBor take JfoTo Uac eJicrWorlitT ihntmakesf Tc4k men strong Alt dtuKziiiUpitUorei CansguaraB tool Booklet Unit eampUj free f ttttHif jrca Iy Co CUlcaso trNow Vbrlt 4c c i j t e If You Want to SAVE MONEY Go to MELAOY SHUt TZrJ 4 FOR f GranitePxeserthg Kttl- Brass S Preserving K41es Maslin fresefving Kettles J FIt Cans Water Qtiolers Galvanized SprinldSrSjjv Tubs and Jubkets J Ice Cream FreezersiEtc1 Builders Tobacco Churns Agents FoiiLD HICKORY WAGONS Soet the ONE MINUTEI foe Cream Freezer I ITS NO ft t Grftmteware arid Tin ware at Lowest Cash Prices Blue Flame Oil Stoves the best on earth KBOXT TOWN SPRINGFIELD FAm Septetober t 9 10 and 11 HIGHEST cash price paid for wheat oats and grass seeds C C McGILL TAKE your wheat to J Walter Browns new grain eleyator and gethigljestcash price ROUND trip tickets from Springfield to Nashville TennI essee Exposition on sale daily at following rates Tickets limited to fieven days 450 tickets limited to 15 days 685 tickets limited to November 7th 9 35 THE ladies1 cottage prayer meeting will be held nextMon day evening at the home of Miss Naitnie Ray Thurman Wqrd text Righteousness A GOOD crowd of young people went out to Tatham last qveniug to attend an impromptu hop given at the hotel There is a good band of music at the springs all the time now and lots of amusement for the guests REGULAR services at the Pres byterian church Sunday morn ing aud evening Morning subject Justification by Imputation Text Job 92 evening subject Christ the Door Text John O9 thoWlshingron e j School Union will be held at Maud on next Saturday An attractive program has been ar ranged and everyone interested in Sunday schools is invited to pttond A VERY interesting gamo of ball was played at Texas last Saturday between Texas and W R Caseys a local team in which the latter won by a score ot 21 to 17 BatteriesSpringf- ield Noe Mansfield and Mc Elroy Texas Litsey and Peter son Umpire Ed McElroy MR WILL D CLAYBROOKE who recently graduated in the law department at Cent o College was employed in his maiden case Tuesday in defending the negro Tom Casey That he won the tase is probably a good omen as to Mr Claybrookes future success in his chosen profession A PARTY of just fifty seven people from town wont out to Tatham Springs on last Monday whera they spent a delightful day There were already over one hundred guests at the hotel utfheysay that tho genial hos toss Mrs Wbrnall was fully equal to the occasion and an elegantdinner was served to tho crowd of nearly two hundred people Tote CASEY A colored boy was arrested for firing a pistoll l and disturbing tho peace in th- Eneig5rhoodof the ranch of one AlicosMitcl1eliatwhic1Ladancc was jiieldoala5frSatuiday night J1cj gl Any Size andAny Kind Hay Forks Hard ware Hoes Asli Cedar and Patent JOK H Cook JThe proof elicited from the crowd of witnesses was not sufficient to convict the prisoner The Witnesses did some tall swearing against one Paul Booker who they claim didall the devilment Booker who by the way is a negro has been conveniently absent since the occurrence CONSIDERABLE excitement was created on the streets on last Saturday by the cry ofII stop thief and a subsequent exciting chase down through the streets The object of the chase was Floyd Cheatham a young man about 24 years old who lives in the county in the Moores ville neighborhood It seems that Cheatham came to town having in his possession two checks amounting to 835 one on thelotherBank Tho checks bore the name of T J Trent a well known merchant of tho county and when presented at the banks the bank officials pronounced the checks forgeries Cheatham wds told that tho checks would not be honored on that account and he immediately appeared to be wild1dashsped down the street the alarm was spread and half the popu lation joined in the chase Mr O Reed the fast young poli jw n and champion sprinter of Springfield Baseball Club pursued the follow so closely that he finally sought cover in the weeds down on 4he Fair grounds where he was after ward flushed by Albert Kimball who lives nearby The fright ened man was brought to town and put in jail The checks wore recovered and are said to be the rankest kind of forgeries Cheathams trial will take place today To curlChlllH anll fever dont rack tho Ryfltcm nnd shock tto norvoa hy using medicines containing arsenic mercury or other dangerous drugH Dr Bails Peppermint Chill Tonio is a guaranteed curo anti it contains no kind of polwm Children loyo it nod it can not hurt thorn PERSONAL Dr Allen of Bloomfield was here Monday Henry Lee came over from Leb anon Sunday LouIisville last week Miss Salllo Bosley of Lebanon spent Sunday with tho Misses Leo Mra Joha Cozine of Louisville n guest of the Misses Browne Nelson Record Mr Reed Spalding of Springfield visited friends hero Sunday MapalSpringfield visited Miss LuBe Kelley Sunday Mrs Tat of Oampbollsvillo Hardinlthiricounty Mcs Will Anderson was ovoc from Bloomfleld last iveek vIsiting hor 818I t9r Mrs WiWR y Messrs IDaye Oraycroft Palmer J MoElroy Lewis Cain and Frank Noe wheeled to Tatbam Sunday Mrs natUo Rodman came in from Louisville Monday for a visit to her sister Mrs 1 H Thurman Misses Amo Rfeasor and Alma Parks f Perry villej are visiting at the home of S M Harriet IMiss Mattlo McMaMn of Nelson county has boon visiting Mrs W R Thurman for the past week Nelson Record Mrs T A Spald- Ing and children aro visiting Mrs Spaldings mother at Springfield Mlss Jennie Crjycroft returned homo last Friday from Marion county where she has been visiting friends Dr Cramptonof Georgetown Col logo was hero last week in tho inter est of bis school He preached at the morningiMiss Mug Thompson has returned from a trip to Lexington and other points Sho attended the big Chata qaa ranetlng at Lexington Some or the pooplo who have been at Tatham lately from different parts of the country P D Megibbon Cyn ttiari Misses Ruth and Lucy Spald- Ing Bardatown J Harlan Smith Pleasurevillo Ky Miss B klo Cham fberlain Miss Mary Saaton Prin Van arsdale E M ForsvtnoHarrodsbnrg AnnaIu Hardesty Thos W Barrett Alvin II1gInnlandDobbs Cincinnati O j P H Murphy Newton Ky Misses Lancaster Tacoma Wash j fll C Graham F H Lanham Harry ONeal Sam T Spald ing Lebanon Mr J H Scott and wife Mrs tuna Stachnau Hal STry lor Lexington Ky S J Bishop KnoxuillOjTepn Mrs Stella Lapslev McAfee Ky Mrs Lizsio A Neal Versailles Ky Miss Ella Turner Knnsan City Mo W O Davis and family 8 M Worthington Vorsaillas Ky Judge Wm IL Holt and family Frankfort Dr F B Powers and wife Mld1dIotonLynn Cynthiani MBM Andorjon Goorgetown W W Hays Bloom fioldI Chronic constipation in a painful disagreeable and life Bortcnlnpdlflloulty It deranges th system onuses sick headache bad brcnth anti poisons the blood It can be readily overcome by DeW tu liltle Early Risen Theso little pills aro great regulators Vaters BrowflJ The Very HeM Nervier Will br Urea It will be a pretty slgnt Indeed to see tho beautiful vestibuled train pull out of the 7th St Sta tion in Louisvilo kv at 130 P m August 11 having on hoard the merry excursionists all bent 6n the full enjoyment of all that is to be seen on this popular outing Therun iU made on quick tim p and the trip is void of everything that is calcu lated to annoy or vex the pass enger Even your room is as signed you beforo reaching Old Point so as to avoid ahv delay Tbaevor Ladles who have no evrorts can take this trip faeling es sal provision has been made tee i hat they have every at to tioc and lack for no courtesy Tnoeo desiring information should write W A Wilgus tip A Hopkinsville Ky A backtnjr cough U not only annoying to others but Is dangerous lo the person who has it Ono Minuto cough euro will quick Iv put an end to it Waters Browns Wheat threshing has begun in this f caunty and tho yield way above the l average The quality is good i wI r J POLIN From Our Regular Correspondent Miss Estor Duncan of Louis rifle is visitingrffriends and relatives of this place Mr William Scott and wife attended Rock Bridge church Saturday and Sundey Miss Addle yandiver of Rose Hill is with her cousin Miss Nellie YanfleeV of Maple Hill Little Lucien Crow who was bitten by a spider a few weeks ago we fire glad to say is much impioved Misses Ella and Nora Bonta spent several days with their SI- Ster of this place Mr Sam Vanfleet of Maple Hill relUl ned home Saturday after Several days visit at Harrods burgBros Eckler and Harney will begin a protracted meeting at Mt Zion the 22 of this mouth Farmers are busy stacking wheat find Retting ready for threshers Mr J B Hay rays be has wheat that will average 50 bushels to the acre Suthcrland8 Eagle Eyo Salvo cures sore eyes styes and granulated dds It strngthons weak eyosjn both old and young It allays all inflammation Ik gives a pleasant fooling about tho eyes and wakes vision clear and distinct Many political Bpsakers clergymen sing ers nnd others who use tho voice excess- Ively rsly upon Ono Minute cough cure to prevent h iskiness and laryngitis Its value as a preventative is only equaled by its power to afford Instantaneous relief Wa ters Brdwnp Circulation ana Value A common mistake of local ad vertis rs is to estimate the value of advertising space tif one newspaper by the amount asked by one other publication It is a mistake of judgment for a busi ness man to estimate the value of spac in a reputable news paper with a good circulation witn that of some other publics tion which will accep business at any pricd andbe pleased to get it Many advertisers forget that advertising space in a newspaper is valued according to the cir culation of that paper Advertising space in a journal without dirculation is dear at any price the publisher may demandWith out circulation there can be no results and without results the money which tho advertiser in vests is lost Because the bus iness man takes notice of his own announcement does not prove by any means tbdt his advertising is paying him Its the other people tho general public whom he warns to reach end if the medium ho uses Jacks circu lation he will uever be able to reach them This is common sense notbidg more The man with money to spend in advertising therefore wants to consider the circulation of ot a newspaper first of all things Good goods always bring good prices only poor articles are sold for what can be receivod for thorn This true of advert tising as of everything else Low rates and liberal discounts Invari ably denote small and valueless circulation Leaven worth Times Is tins your pupor Guineas on the Faira A writer in an exchange recom mends farmers to keep fowls We keep guineas but they never pay anything in any way unless it in in destroying insects Wo dont dare to take their eggs although they luy plenty of them for fear of scaring them away Thy left a heaping nest of eggs lust summer after a lien had been setting on them for a week or moro for no other reason that wo know of but that she found that the children were watching her We dislike their music and so do the neighbors They are too shy to be caught no vo never eat any of them But somehow for all their faults we like to have the scratching rovers around They keep up a racket slid oro as good as a barking pup to nrtiy us of intruders They would bo useful where hnnk8 abound They cost nothing to keep in summer mire groat foragers and insect hunters and are said to be extra good eaters when young On the farm they can bo made to pay for therasclycs perhaps especially if tho farmer lilies their kind of musIcl DeWlttft Mibjh Ifcuel l Balvo is nnantl septic KJOthlnjrohd hotUngapplteation for burns scalds cuts bruises Qtnndtirts iiJle liireth3gtcJtin5ta tlyttopapain ft + r t ttf f MW CATHARTIC wtbCURCOII5TIPAT1OH mtj ALL DRHlISUABSOLUTELvcause ui DatllrahllftlW ie booklet Ir IcLSTFRLmn JlEJIEDT oJlnnl cu ot 5ft Jortsn GRAND REMOVAL SALE Our large stock of new spring goods must be soldS S Ji REGARDLESS OF cosmy ff L We mu t reduce our stock before veimove into our f f new quarterS Our loss is your gain Dont Jfail to avail V yourself of this opportunity to buy New Spring Goods at less price thananybodys Qldand shopworn 41S tjttVA v Lot of odd Suits only 800t worth donbje AV J Mens Black Cheviot Suits 398 worth double f I Mens Altwool Suits 8500 wrprtb double A ri lafMenfs9 Full line of Boys Suits and Pants atBacriiaoed Prcesv Space J will not permit iis to mention th great bargains we are offering but a visit to our store mi convince YOuth yourcan make moneyL J by buying here tw3I IcChord Robertson 1 t J5L5i f A HANDSOMJtILLuSTRATEDCAT tIcPTHE iRYllMTSThmO llIEsIBII1EL A 33rdTer LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 1 OmlaW VUeIS rmaUOttAnU dQfrIngt TillGRIPHY PflMNSIMP VMTualalltottMafor Locating amtlvalet in iticratfiit mtvfont Rates VryLOw TEACIfERS WANTED i i Over 4000 vaoanclwi several tjxpesps njany Taeancien ac members Wnsl hare more members Boyeral plans two plans give free registration one plan GUABAN TEES positions cents pays for book containing plans and a twO love story college days No charge to employers for recommending teachers MKafvBj three hlcagolll v Korlhcrp vacancies Chicago pfljcfl Southern vacancies Louisville offlco One registers in both Offices THE WOKDDRS OF SCIENCE Lung Troubles and Consump tion Can Be Cured An EminenJ Now York Chemist and Scientist Makes a Free OSot to OAT Readers The JlsUnguIahed NevrYork chemist T A Blooum Demonstrating his discovery of a reliable and absolute cure for consump tion Pulmonary Tn ercniosls ann all bronchial throat lung and chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal affections eral doclino and weakness loss of fleslj and conditions of wasting away will send THREE FREE BOTTLKsall different of his new discoveries to any afflicted read er tho NKWBLEIDEH writing for them Ills KeY Sclcntlflo Treatment has cured thousands permanently by its timely use nod he considers It simple profess ional duty to suffering humanity to donate cureI wondersnnd this great chemist patiently experimenting for year hits produced results as bcncflcial to humanity as can be clamed by any modem genius UJs assertion ttatlung trout lea and consumption are curable in any climate is proven by beartfelt lottery pt gratitude filed in his Americon and Euro4 penn laboratories thousands trout those cured in all parts of the world Medical experts concede that bronchial chest and lung troubles lead to consump thou which uninterrupted means speedy und certain death Simply write to T A BI6cumM4Gv 8 Pino street Now York glvjn jf post offlco and express address1 and t ofrej medicine wm be promptly sent Sufferers s ould generousiPlease tell the Doctor that you sawlts offer In tho KKWOLBADFJI Milking ilachlno Tcsf The first exhaustive triallofmilking machines bf scottabdJ has taken place under the ausi pices Qf the Highland Bud Agricultural Society and the report of the judges is of great interest to all concernedSThe iurors took cognisance alike of the comm r value the mechanism and thcost of working tberaachinos as well as of the keepiiip qualltiesof the milk me6hanically extracted and the effect of thq action of the machines Oaths ftatsdqd udders Uftcos5 winnin nrachinA jlhai Ierne grreatt uo6muien3atynartf titr t l L Sufferedd25 Years1e EidHoy Dlfflcolty J2 ttr ij1- If Cored by O Hetties fEl AJMelCHANtODPHD lfatePresldlnR Elder ILEChurch 8haroaP writes Dr Fennert sulkred 2S Year with kidney diF kcHy Some ib years ago Insect 3 bot CureIminutes before I took the Cure 1 tIitlreljr cured Is simple in- construction stujpl in workng and easy to kfop clean Where the milk Jsi tb imater nl to be manipulated theso are1 important merits to aay utensil employed on a farm aad te tieittathem comes ease in work i1n5nCertathIyan oil iingloeof tfO hrr30 power which supplies jfowerrfor roilkinpr ten cows is nO extfayaprant outlay of energy The nOtion of the successful I 4 machine i purely snctlon wherfr as lis the other the faction is pul ration andrishas bnengenerally thought that the latter approach ad more closly ta the system of band milking tian the other tIs very disappointing that w little hits been gained YM fvforts of the inventors to teftk the action of t AweWnii M lik J the fiction of th mgchintlui pot siblb Danville Advocti oToIIac fe PtJ IOun tn ti9hw c = C1arcm lt Jf Y- 1 w Iw yl7 I IW LiMic 4i cf ITHEjt tiEWSLEADER k 4ii r1 J AVegetaUePrcparitknforAs atkig ToothndRcua sDgesuoiCIcrM- I nessandIfestConlains neilter putMorphln norUtDeraL NOT NARCOTIC kPotinwMlLz1flLz 1Ji1Jz tRemedyrotpnst1paiQbSour CoitvulstonsFcverish s negsondLossOFStE icSurolc Signature of i NEW YORK Jl 1 J JI 1 jpcACT COP OF WRAPf BR r f SSIGNEES SALE As Assignee of F S Hill J wlHi BAT17BDAY SEPTEM i BER4i8971at lpmlonthE premises offer for sale to th- eighest bidder tha following property1 Fl r The farm on which P S J3iH now resides on the Springfield and Mackville turn pike abouetWo miles from Mack vtlle containing 145 acres This is a rstclass little farm well inprpved and in a high state pf cultivation Has on it a good liouseand barn and all necessary outiultdings and never failing water SECOND Alarm of 118 acres on same pike about twa miles ifonv Mackville This is a good farrncvelI improved and has on ita comfortable dwelling house These farms are well located in good neighborhood and cOn yenientHo churches and schools They will be sold as a whole or divided to suit purchasers 1 i1ITERMS The property will i be sold on a credit of 6 12 and 18 months with 6 per cent in test Purchasers are required to give bond with security and alien will be retained on land to spcure the purchase monev For further artfculars callon P S Hill on the premlses oradress the undersigned ALLY r r J Assigneev 4 icjofBVHILL i V MACrnttEKy-y I 4GteiB NJWSLEADEB and almost any o other paper or inagaztao sent to you for about the riceof one To Hold or Not to Hold Their TTfieat is Jho Question WithFnrmer Sow Reports from the B1uegrs are ihat llhe combines td holdback wheat for a high price ii being eagerly entered into by the far marL A dealer froca Pranklijj county who was in Louisville last week said the schema was received with great favor Whether the plan is a good one or not will depend upon the course of the market So far very little wheat of the new crop hasbeen sold 0e sale wasW portednear Pranklort at 23 cents and there Have been a few sales around Lexington at 6 cents Dealers here are of the opinion that the market Will open around 75 cents but much de pends upon the weather and the northwestern rop They are of thejpiniohi that the market will sopn decline in which case the farm es who hold will get badly left One of fchg largest grain- mcrcbantofLonisvIlleremarkedI that It wasa veiy clever scheme for the country millers These millers can as a rule consume all 4thasurplus crops in their locality but they have not money to buy andstore it The result is that the greatest part of the surplus is shipped and later in the sea son the miller has to buy here or tome other reserve point and Hie merchant a profit besides BtA iSBE THATTftE FACSIMILE SIGNATURE OF IlS ON Ji- WRAPPER OP EVEBI BOTTL op- CASIO RIA Outorlk is ysi sp is onedxa jbottlei calf It Inoho1d1nbulL Dont a1lcr71U1CM to sell you anything size on the plea or roniso tht it it JutAI good and irillwiiTjT ererr pjn pae I5ee list yon get OASTOBIA Tkae Ila 7cfthe freight and storage nearly all of which could be saved if the wheat was kept at home until he Vas able to buy For this reason hey are very much in favor ofr the combine itTheaqnual meeting ofthe Kentucky mi1ler associtIonbaSjust taken place in LeiujtoPresident Lu Compte thosFexpressed himself to a reporter 1 find frpm the tepprts of our member thnt the outlook for increased bbsiness is very fair this year Tlewbat yield jn Ken tucky will be very large I should say about 10 per centt above an average crop both in quantity and quality We dig cussed the movement of the far to hold their wheat and 1 rmem this plan is just in line with the views ot tbe millers They would rather pay the farmer 75 centBotSta bushel forjvbeatin tHe fall and winter than givei tnenrOcfoe it right nowMat isonville Hustler If Tour oycst feel like sand wero under the lashes if tboy bur n antI your sight is iudlstinct Bntberlnnds Eaglo Eyo Sal vo will make thorn right It has cured thousands cases of sorooycs and Rrnn nlnted lids of long standing It cures when others fail Itis harmless Druggists sell IL Slops and Soaked Grain Written for the Epltomlut We are not much in favor of feeding what are commonly ed slops to hogs nor any callII allowed to stand in water has become sour This is hardly the proper term to use however is the grain in the condition in dicated has passed through a process of fermentation being in somo cases in the first stages ol decomposition The feeding cPr slopS from the kitchen savors filthiness abd we doubt if the tTverago farmer has ever bestowed much thought upon this sub ject it is a common practice among farmers here to place wheat rye and sometimes corn Iin a barrel or other rece table and pour water on till the grain is covered qU1tetOnt Where Js some of thip grain in the barrel all the time conse quenlly after standing a few days it becomes so decomposed that it emits an unpleasant odor Afterdue cpnsideration and some experience with this kind of iood we have reached the conclusion that it not r proper ration for hogs There is however a method of feeding soaked grain that is austaiAed by practical expert ence This method is to let the6 grain remain in water just long so you can witH somo effort crush the grains between the thpmb and linger It is not ad ytsable to lot it become so soft as toform a mushy mass or to have the ration for any kind oil stock so soft that it does not require masticating Even fn cooking grain t1l1 reisa point which must not be pa eci1iti must not jbo oyerdone Tfiis ti i j H ImetHbd i which I have outlined promotes atjbeallHy growth and prevents disease It is a quetion whether sonred or overcooked ira n will pro forJ1dmethese foodf together with green corn in the fail often cause dis ease in swine A E COTTER I other Uses for the 3C RET In recent number of thti Garidei ers t 0hronicie4 Mr G J Burch contributes an interesting article occompanied with flow ures upon the use of the X rays for photbgraphfng flower and fruit buds MrBurch antI his Assistants began by exposing plates of glass ot different colors to tht action pt tno rays The biolet glass showed itself much more opaque than that of the other colors It contained alum inn and cobalt in addition to the tordinaryment was afterward made with a violet colored hyacintch and as had been anticipated the flower gave different results from those given by the glass It was much more transparent The sentitized plate after developo ment showed that the contour of the petals thO veins and the internal form of the ovary were well represented For taking such radiographs Mr Burch advises the use of tubes that give very little light and that for example would scarcely give the contour of the hord parts of the hand The aeriferous tissues are very transparent to the X rays The more water the tissues contain the more opaque they are Dry fruits and flower buds give excellent radiographs distinctlyseen parts of the flower Row to Find Out Fill a bottle or common water glass with urine and let it stand twenty four hours a sortimont or settling indicates a diseased condition of tho kidneys When urino tatnelIne3 it is positive evidence of kidney trouble Too frcouent deme to urinate or pain in the back Is also convincing proof that tto kidneys and bladder aro out of order wnvr TO i 6 TheroIscuiJortinthoknow1edgooottoie- xpressed tuat L r Kilmers HWDm Root the great kidney reuvdyfulfllls every wish n relieving pain in tho back kidno liver bladdorjand every part of tho urinary pas sages It corrects inability to bold urine and scalding in passing Itor ad ef fects folio rlg use of liquor Vine or beet and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compaUed to get np many times duringthe night to irlnate The mild and extraordinary effect of wampIloot is soon realized It stands the blgncst for its non derful cures of te most distressing rrscs If you need a medicine you should have tbo best Sold by druggists price fifty cents nnd one dollar For a sample bottle rud pamphlet both sent free by mall mention NEWS BAiiES and send your full poa fice address to Dr illnjer Co Ding hamtonN Y the proprietors of thU pa per guarantee the genuineness of this offer There is no uso taking pills or purga tives to oure chills Dr Boll poppqr mint Chili lfoillo cures tneni by lieu It does more tlmn that tooIt give you a new dross on tho Inside It tones you up and makes von strong It inukcs you ft some ascounV Bohion a gunr nnteo- Whbker Iltblta at homo wttt OPIUMpain Book cf par n FDJ7E MD to c fflcq1GtZPziob- t1t8t summer one f our grandchil dren was sick with a scyoro bowel trouble says Mrs K C Gregory of Frcdrlckiitown Mo Our doctors remedy bad fallod then wo tried Chamber lainH olio Cholera and Diarjhooa Hom edy which gao very speedy relief For vale by Hayilon k Itoltortsoc Reasons Why Clminborlulns Colic Cholera and Dlnrrhlica Rom cdy is the Best DccauRO it nflurJa almost Instant relief in of pain in tho stomachii colic anti cholora morbu 2 Because It the only reined that never fails in tho most soyoro of dysentery and diarrhoea 3 LwaUso it is tho only remedy that will euro chronic diarrhoea 4 Because It is tbo only rcfnody that will prevent bifious colic 5 Because It Islbo only remedy that will cure epidemical dysentery BocnuHut Is tho only remedy the It can always bo depended upon in cases of cholera infantum 7 lle auto it in tho most prompt and most reliable medicine in use for howe complaints 8 Because it produces ho bad results 0 BecuiiKO it is plcitsant and safe to take HI Because it has Raved tho llyea of more pooplo titan any otlor uiedlcino iu tho world The 25 and tAt sizes for nalo Ilnydoii Robertson EKEECTHAU Charles J Booth Olive wocd tllsItI hnvb used Ayrra Pills in mv family for several years and huvo always onnd them tho most eflbcU oat medicIne in tho relfof of ailments ailaHng frotii a disordered Btomndi tor pid liver and constipated bowels 44 1 J I i MANYTmNKihen In sorrow shalt thou bring forth children that a curse was pro nounced against the human race but the joy felt by every Mothcr when she first presses to her heart h contraryDanger ExpectantMother that she may teach the hour when the hope of her heart is tobe real iized in full vigor and strength i MOTHERS FRIEND so relaxes the ystcm and assists Nature that the nec essary change takes place without Nau sea Headache t ortp boding of dan ger aid the trying hour is robbed of its pain and suffering as so many happy haveexperiencedNothing this Donc be deceived or persuaded to use anything else p Mothors Friend U 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DATISONJui SPRINGFIELD KY tiirol the best medicine for children Doctors recommend It tti place of Castor Oil 7 11831 lJIE Ctll tIn11n8 9 COUNTRY GENTLEMAN THE BK3T OF THE AGKICUITSfRA IVEEIiMES DEVOTED Farm Crops arid Prodessce IXortlcuIlurq t FraU Uroirinc MvcMlocli and Dairying While it also includes all minor departments nfRural interest such as tbe Foul try Yard Entomology BeoKceplng0reen house and Grapery Veterinary Replies EireIdeimary of the news of the week Its market reports nrp unustalIy complete tend much ottcntlon Is paid to the prospects of the Oropst us thoowing light upon one of the moat important of all questions When to 3lbcrliyI1iustrated tor than ever before The subscription price is 250 per year but we offer a SPEC IAL UEUUOTION in ou- rCL1JBRTES FOR 1807 Two Subscriptions one remittance 4 Six Subscriptions do do sjioj Ten S1Bt- STTo Subscriptions do da all New Subscribers for 1897 pay lug in advance now we will send the paper Weekly from our receipt of the 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MAGAZINE lzviaztoncutheRudsonNcw Igd YEARS d BXPERI3N03 TRACK MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS ACe Anion sotvlloc a rtcteh and description qUleklJaJCertIIu tree wbcthr an InTention II proballr pstontablo CommunlccUons ktricUy onMeuUil Oldest forsecurlmj patents in America base a VTmhlnzton oPatcnu taken tlironch Mann recclr special notIce In tile SCIENTIFIC AMERICfiH- bcinUfullr IHustrated lxmt etrcnluion of 7rrLiaNIIliMUNN A COt 301 Uroudirny Now Vttli Now that wheat is harvestedand threshing time is at hand it would be wise for those persons operating threshing machines to understand and aud comply with the law in regard t running an engine on the public road A careful observancc of and compliance with the law may save many dollars damage and pei haps lives The law id as fol low uAny person operating or moving any traction or portable engine en or along any highway or private passway or lane in this State that is moved in whole or in pnrt by steam power shall send and keep at least two hundred yards in advance of said engine a messenger whose luty it shal be to warn all persons of its approach and render such assistance as shall be necessary to secure tho safctr ot all such persons anti any persons failing to comply with the provisions of this section shall be fined not less than ten or more than fifty dollars for each of Ien3e1J Mr 0 1 Xlasbrouuk a druggist of Mendon Mich says all of tho WOO testimonials that have boon published by tho manufacturer of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlnrrhoea Remedy Could bo daplctitcd in that town For sale by ilaydon it Jtobcrtson Attention tilil SoliUersl Tho manufacturers have instructed to gito n bottle of 25c size of Foloys Colic Cum free to the tlrst soldier of llo cJvil war that applied for namo4 If- is tho great remedy frchronic dinrrhoca cnunpcolio and all bowel complaints Bpocd and safety uo the watchwords of tho ngeOuo Minute cough euro nets sJeedUynC lY anti never falls Asthma bronchitis coughs and colds are cured by it 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nuked it the C MOST DESIRABLE W1JE MUM 2 Dsalcra Wasted i4ore we ere et rc reie Ud fWhite Sewing Machine Co I I Win 9fQrd1 ltu demonstrated tm thou ud times that Jt Is almost WalUh10 FOR WOMANS PECULIARjWEAKNESSES Irregniarltles and derangements It baa become the leadiny remedy for this class of troubles It exerts iroi lerlallr healing strengthen Iagand Boothlnjf iaaaoncb upon tho mouetuaI organs It cures wombIh pressed and painful menstruation For Change of LIfo It the butmedicine made It it beaollc1AlI daring pregnancy and help 4 bring children into homes rrfor year It Invigorates etlmn latca strengthens the whole eye remedrloffoiedtuany wonton mittor another minute xriib certain relief vlthln reach Wino of Cardnl only coats 100 per bpttlpftt your drag store 0 Fbr odtltt n eattt rttpitrtng dlrre itWin cdirusvtvtna svmptm tM LadItQ4dwaerVDfpanmfnt nChattanCCgl1Mc4t 4aM OI4UaUOQ0ThH RewJWSMITHcJlldellsOUfMiaftausedWInecICardliIalhore for talllna the raft nUrell1iccrsdbe PAfe i r Wonder ul r1 elousr J eCUDniiotjuiIto try this grd t ron edy fqrecany kidney trouble Z 9 Yqu may hunt th WcridJO3erShd elt Will not fluid juiflVlior incdlqlnoi Qqunl Jo cbnmberln17Ci1h EjjtIera nd Diarrlioba t netyf2f1J9 olm plaints It plrawijt iiTe tblc For sale by ttnydvn JRobcit brivi f DouVSlop l iJQt Ho ins a tadtttictck of colic and S8 mukfng for Js drng ntoro after Ijottlo ot 1olryBCoUc urecardOe- f- IS