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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r hi 0 l l i O r w i i j i f t S iW je HE NEWS DERt t 1 1 y y StN riellYoI tv SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST 26 1897 ii No34 t1 V J C ra tr1IK d flMN tMfoocUgalut MIt all wriu efiWca oa coat e c IIOYALBAE- QfiIroWDU OO 1fYOBX x Kottoea 10 qssti i tr UH rUia M i 8 MU for t G H llili Ijlil fItttcil matter ifclNfkfcii wi frte ktcash I ff r t t liberal l l t I tlD ofnipn 8 f lt t Ifj r CMUHCil DIR1CTORY VHPTMT CKT7HCK Hw p O l r4 Nrvlet ever 5Mat at 1la a at Buday QM 111 P WH7 aIIIIItJ i 7 J xftJiOniIitcmmOft A PastetemCK rIM TWIi J ta htht i i flYTZaI 1f lClI LapterSemces P r a Pray KIr t f1q cuuaCH JI r i IIVIT aH1 1 eIeck rvbc I i n i aD E s Ip mctoH JodceNa O mjA Mcrad Mm ar la acb month h R Q 1PterN 27m T iwXoaj t fjt1ct POBBCQ No 82 rae t crery e I ttwya Jtl eec ld daxlachUi fr mE jauuslIee TrYf tI4a ocacbmontb t r UlYDtR CTORYir IfIOtH oau lIT tn NMCMrtbtidna polka toarth Hba y tetebnwrprilayJHMt October CXlaU weaJ t v t Jr Swvw1l1OYXcMpMUC1ork 9it- SW 9WAKTWHY COURT JTl Court Jwi pa the third ti7La aD ASS 1 Octo rk7ff nl2m tft OPUHTY OOU OwialyCeart meeu en tbe fowthMoo 4 rl eliw th JfactJ 1 JI at CJI t Mlltv 71 3Jt 311er JT crayerWt flfctriS i wII 01 J JCfttvS anNer In 0 J ANe ntty 1 A K CahfWliX gnty Tre u I TO tIT CJfM Pollen J 4 f tik Urae Jf inhal WOReW City AtyKwy J VIIT 7Mtte cwteare beld January April J ilTaal October k Fenoatl r rITajra pfce m dleal reference book aT per Mtrtea 1vlt1 lioy i2clIItirvBie or del0t6 dfcigM pecnllar toI tAr MX AddraM the leading pbyai ri and anrceoM of the United State Dr Hatbawaf tCo t70 DearDorn atreot a ft v WEEKEASILTJveaHty fw Hou W J BryrfnVicreat and JT 11 hekne First ttle7 Tliebest- aMlwr aver produced Agent ta- kiw M MQy a 200 orders perireok nvaVe f fraudulent Imitation Send for v Mk and hegln work at once CO D lty OOilPANY Publishers aUI Mf Ht CbICllff Br BeJla Peppermint Chill Tonic Js a 41 t jlratrn liver laxatUe Jtjglve yon an apKe It prepatfiiToor Btomacn and v rflfeatloa for repeiving and assimilating WhiileTerjroarjippetltciiiayjcrayo Tnli if make rlcfc red bloodr b mo nnd flesh J 1 rhisVulldw jon tip an3jnakesjtoa etout bltcnre dnno 1 cu od roulCticJC AtJHIf Ur attal1 worn out r tor nothlm dtbU1t1 ff1 t lUl flJIIlnQI JUrrtBt itrUJ uV oiIthPpe1te fIir en 9Ueoi 1 Yb jiv 0ii r THE PlIMflRIES The Republicans and Dem ocrats Bach Make Up- a Ticket for County Office Thursday Friday and Saturday vrere busy pays iin Washington county politics The Democrats neld their housetobouse prim stY on those three days pndthe ticket which is to do battle with the Republicans was chosen The Republicans held precinct conventions tnraughout Jhei couiitiy and instructed delegates to the County Convention which Is to be held at Willisburg on next Saturday Prbmt the in structions given at tHe precinct conventions a reliable forecast can be made of what the result oi the conventionjwfll be W EL Morgan for County Judge Is without oppositionand will con sequently be given tbeu mina tlon W O Reed receives the ontfor County Attorney without op position and Maj J L Wharton will be the nominee for SherifThe races in which there were contests ulwd follows giv ingjfche instructed votes FprJailer Hatchet 12 J A Hendren 9 B Ff Colvin 0 and Henry Borders 5 As itrequires majori rpf votes to elect this contest is still openf or the con ivention For Couhtyw Superhitendent J T C Noe 21 John IDhomp wn 11 IFc Representative J P Hays 15sWnoii Keeling 15unr structed2 This race also re mains to be settled at the mass convention C1JmeIpioa Thursday and lasted three days Canvassers were put in each magisterial district and hand every voter was called nor given a jchance to yote The voting was 4one byvsecret ballot The result of the vdte is follows For County Judge B L Ut 1485 For GJircuit Cierk F M Campbell 1471 For County Clerk W F Booker 1478 FstJ 1 rl1fL B Powell i481 V For Jailer Smiths majority over Derr81 JFor Representative Ham Shehan beats John Ruby by 01 majority Hor Assessor OBryan beats Eudd by 128 votes and Ward is elected deputy over Masters by over 300 majority For School Superintendent J W Bushs majority over O Peter is 827 Howl This Wo offer Ono Hundred dolloiu rownrd for any cue of catarrh that cat not bo curedby HaUlS Catarrh Cora P J CUBElfBYtt Oo Props Toledo O We tbo uiiderslRhod havo known F J Cbecnoy for the last 15 years and bollevo him perfectly honorabl in all business transactions and financially able to ratTy out any obiltcntlon mado by their flnn WEST tt TOADX Whole5aio Drugglsls Toledo O v YALDllf RJflf4N ctULnVllf Wbol safe Druggists Toledo 0 Hulls tatnrrh Cure Is takon Idternitllv ootlng directly upon the blood Bud mu con surfaces of the Btcm Price 75o per bottle Sold by all druggists Tca tlmonials free A distinction without a dlfTcrnnce amounts to bnt little There is a differ once a rpal difference a Vast difference between HolherJands Eagle EyoSalyo and any other The greatest difference lain the results obtained from its use if cures sore eyes granulated ildsnrirt styes quicker than any known remedy andlconnot Injure tho eye of a babe We wjlJ give yeawBubacription to the NEWSLBADEit for the best watermelon delivered at this offlce between now and jSeptemoer 1st AlBo a years jBuoecrlption for the best cdnteloper Size and quality to bo considered att f Ihave for Bale two flnebncks one jamband one three yeu old rBlJ Y t cci 3C 1 ry Voting Precincts of Wash ington County A copy of the voting precinctsr of Washington County as eptab tablisbed by the Wash ine ton County Court by an order ea ered July 81 1897 FlEPERIeKrOWNNo Be pinning at the Big Beech near J A Buckmans corner to Nosl 2 thence with theline of the two old districts to the Springfield District including the lands of Thus S Grtfndy thence up Cartwnghts creek to the mouth of Wheatleys branch thence south and up said branch to the lands of B B Montgomery and Mike Murphy thence on division line of said Montgomery and Murphy to St Rose aniJjoretto pike thence with said pika to Harding Creek thence down said creek to Bitf Beech fork thence up said Beech to the beginning MOORESVILLE No 2Beghi ning at a point on the Blopmtfeld and SpdnJrfleld pike Opposite the division line between Dr Tuck er and Thos S Grundys lands thence with the old line between Frederjckstown and Glenvjlle near JA Buck mans on the Big beech where the two districts corner thence up said Big Beech to the month of Little Beech thence up Chaplin River to the bridge nearSutherlands mill on Wulisburg atd Chaplin pike thence with said pike southeast to dirt road leading ID LevVVil liams near the old Neale toll gate thencea straight line to tbfe bend of the Springfield and Walton Xjck pike in front of Harye Ches sers bouse leaving him in the Mboresville precinct leaving Coulter and Sim Brewer in Brush Grove precinct thjence southeast With pike last named to mtersec tibu of dirt road No 27 ne r- WIS Y Goodlett thence south with said read through the Henry Williams farm to Little Beech thence dowu said Beqcb as it meanders to mouth ol branch be tween the lands of Peter Goaileys beifs and N W Janes and AmanI da Goatley thence southeast and up said branch and through the jlands of NW Janes to all drain or branch thence down said branch to bridge across the Beechland and Lincoln Run turn lpike thence w st and down sold pike to its junction with the Springfield and Bloomfield pike jthence downsaid Springfield and Bloomfiel pike to the beginning Voting place to be at Mooresvilie- WILLISBURG No 8 Begin ning al Gordons ford on Chaplin River thence up said river to the mouth of Glens Creek thence up Glens Creek with its meanders to a branch near Bob Warners nonse thence with the branch southwest and striking the dirt road near the apple orchard on the place known as the James Ferrill farm theoce across said dirt road and down a branch leading from the Dee Thompson place tp William Carrier line thence with said Carrier and Dee Hyatt Ute to Mackville and Willisburg pike thence with Perry Makers roadI to the line between C F Hicker son and Fancley Shewmaker leaving Perry Baker in Willis burg district thence with said line to Long Lick creek thence down Long Lick to the mouth of the North prong of same thence up said North prong to the old Frankfort dirt road thence with said road northeast to the Wil lisbnrg and Chaplin pike neat Daniel Cumleys thence east tip to the old Frankfort road alt the mouth of Reddicks lane thence with said Frankfort road north to the Chaplin arid Rock bridgeplke near the farm of the widow Harris thence with said pike northwest to the intersec r tion of the Snider Scales and Gordons ford pike thence With paid pike to the beginning NORTH No4 Beginning at the mouth of Bedver Creek on Chaplin River thence north up said Creek as it meanders to toe Harrodsburg and Louisville turn pUre road where it crosses Beaver Greek t thence East with sail piko tp the crossing of HSuJDhef i21 t creek thence northeast with craek and up its left hand tot e Mercer Co line north of LH Seas thence South the Mercer Cpunty line to the Harrodsburg and Louisville pike near Hdnry Grahams thence east with said pike to the line of the Hendren district which di vides the North and Hendren district thence southwest with said line to Chaplin river thence down said river as it meanders to tne inouth of trace creek thencft up same east to the mouth of MoMannus branch which emp ties into Trace creek about 150 yards below Squire L H Seas thence up said McMaonus branch in a southwest direction to near Freeddm school ho u s e thence down the Bridge road known as theCalyin Vest road to white oak creekvthence southwest down the same to where jt empties into Glens Creek thence west wiih the menders of Glena creek to where it empties into Chaplin river thence down said river asj it meanders to the mouth oftt Beavers creek the beginning HENDREN iNo 5 Beginning at the mouth of White oak creek on Glens creek about mile below John Coulters mill thence up said creek as iit meanders to the mouth of east fork of aid creek thence east up said fork to the dirt road known as tte Mackville and Brewers mill road which comes into the ridge rood near IDavid jBranersxhoUse so as to iinclude Mark Smock and ObeI May s in the Mackville district thence with Mercer County line in a northwest direction to the line of the North district near JBethel church thence south with stud North district to Chaplin river thence west down said river which isHhe line dividing Heudren and tne North to the month of Trace creek thence up raid trace creek east to the mouth ot Tames McMannus bianch thence fouth with said branch to its head near Freedom scboolhouse tltance southwest down the ndpo road lloading to White oak creek from said school Jhouse said road h known as the Calvin Vest road thence west with said White oak creek to its mouth at Glen creek the begin ningMACKYILLE No 6 Beginning at Glens creek at mouth of branch near Bob Warners house the ce with said branch running southwest and striking dirt road near the npple orchard on the place known as the James Per rill farm thence across the dirtI road and down a branch lleading from the Dee Thompson place to William Carrier litfe thence wIthI said Carrier and Dee Hiatts line to Mackville and Willisburg pike and thence with Perry Bakers road to the line between 0 F Hickerson and Fenlley Shewmaker Perry Baker voting at Willisburg thence with said ine to Long Lick creek thence with upper line of James McMil len to the old Mackville and Springfield turnpike road thence east with saldropd to the Gocan ougher gate thence with roadI through Cocanougher farm to the South fork of Mayes creek thence southeast up said fork to the Springfield Pleasant Run and Mackville turnpike ctossing same thence la a southern direct oo down a drain through lands of A G Tumey and J R Young to the Little Beech thence up stud beeches it meanders to the mouth of Tick creek thence up Tick creek in a northeast direc tion to the mouth of a branchj that divilos the lands ot Cbas Smock and Schuvjlar Wilson thence up said branch as it theTexasiandnorth with said pike a short distance to where Springfield and Harrodsburg dirt road leave said pike thence with sad dirt road as it now runs over the Jacob Holciennan and Mikd Yankey land to Glens creek thence down said creek as it rtscreekiiearerryyille and Mackville pike i L Zt alc inKItroad near Deep Creek church to Dtbe Mercer county lintbence north with the Mercer county line to the Harrndsburg and Mackville pike Bud across saidi pJke with the Mercer county Ifne to the dirt road near David Bruners house kribwh as the Mackville and Brewers mill road thence sQuthwest with said Toad to whe e it strikes least fofkdf Glens creek tbencedownI said creek as it mecntier to Ub1U Glens creek tb ncdown Glens creek to the beginning POTTSVILLE No 7 Begin ping at the mouth of Tick creek where it empties into the Little Beech thence up said creek iin ia northeasji dir 9tbI1 to the mouth of a branch that divides Ithe lands of Cbas Smoch and Scuyler Wilson thence up said branch to the Texs and Mack villa pike to a culvert tthe head of said branch thence Tvith said pike n Bi Northerly direc Dasbcrt distance to where the Springfield and Harrodsburg dirt road leaves said pike thence with said dirt road as it now ruts over the lands of Jacob Holder man and Mike Yankey tdr where said road strikes on the South prong of Glens creek near the house of Jas Lowe thence down said creek to the Mackville and Perry viile pike continuing with thepM Harrodsbug1 and Spring field dirt road to the Mercer cputity line near Detp creek church thence south with the Mercer county line to the corner of Mercer And Boylo countylines thence south with the Boyle county line to the Marion county line thence with the Marion county line to where Marion county line crosses Pleasant Run thence down safd Run as it meanders to where the old Springfield and Harrodsburgsdirt road crosses said Run between the lands oJf Joe Hardid and JIand T S Mayes tbe ce With said dirt road as it meanders to where it strikes the pike near the Litsey schoolhouse thence witfi said pike in an eastern direction to the Little Beech Fork thence down the Beech Fork toI the mouth of Tick creek the be ginning SPRINGFIELD No8cBegin ning at the junction of the Spring field and Willisburg pike with Main street in Springfield Ky and near the corner of Dr Rays lot thence with said pike uortb to bridge across Grundys branch near the old Mudd Jarm now J8 McEIroy thence up saidj branch as It meanders to theI Springfield and Mackville turn pike thence east with said pitteJ us it maanders to the bridge across the Little Beach th nceI up said beach as it meandeis to thu Beach Fork ndPleasan Run pike thence with said pike in nI western course to the inteffec tion of said pike Moth the Spring field and Harrodsburg dirt roadi thence with said dirt road to where said road crosse Picas ant Run between the lands qf Har din and Mayes thence uu Pleas ant Run to the Marion county onan91Wasbin Springfield and Lebanon pike thence with said pike inja north erly direction to Main street J thence with Main street jotheI beginning SPRINGFIELD No 9BegitiI nicg at Main and Maine Cross streets near the old McElroy corner now W K RobertsoL thence with Springfield and Lebaiiou pike to the Mar ion county line thence west with said line tct HardinS creek thence down said creek to the Loretto and Ss Rose pike thence upI said pike to the dividing line between R B Montgomery and Mike Murphy land to head of Wheatley Branch thence dowc said branch to Bardstowfr pike thence nd Bald pike to the lbegtn ning SPRINOFELD No 10 Begin ningiai corner pf Main and VYat nut nervr McCbord Rqbejtson varehouse thence weV dowu j J 3 M t j Main s tree t of Springfield to Bnrdstown pike thence down said pike to bridge across Cart oteJtratdIcreek IiValley Hill thence upaid nrIRun and Beecbland pike with the Springtteld and Bobmfield blaqdILincoln Run to its junctipi with the Springfield p ike thenct south with the Springfield piki to the intersection with diri Iroad near W P Moctgomeryst thence east wlih said dirt roafi to the bridge across the LittU Beechontbe Springfield and Willisburg pike thence up the Beecbt to dirt road leading tTbps Duncans thence east with said road t5 its end Jn IrontoJ Thos Duncans house thence straight line down the bluff to tthe Jjittle Beech thence ups id Beech with its m ea nd 6 rs to the bridge on the Springfield and Mackville pike thence in a westerly direction with said pike toward Springfield to Grundys branch near the division line between McChord arid Grnniiy tbencedwrisaid branch to the Springfield and Willisburg pike thence south witti said pike to the beginning KELLie SHOP No IL Begin mng on the BeechlanUP and Lin coln Run pike at branch tfear Dcdley Piles dwelling thence northeast andiipjsaid branch in cluding the lands qf JN WJanes to a branch between the Peter Goatley farm and N TV Janesf thence down sard branch to 5he Llttle beech thence up said beech to the Henry Williaiiis dirt road No 27 thence with said road to the Springfiefd andl Walton ick pike neat T7 sIY Goodie tfr thenda east with said pike a short distance to the division line between Goodlett atfd a G TIardesty thence with ttneirline and tjie litfe between SarablirayLong Lick to the Dbrtheast cor ner of Jatnes McMillen land thence with his line In South ern direction to the old Mack ville and Springfield pike thence east with said road to the Cocau ougher gate thence with road through Cocanougher farm to the South fork of iday eb creek t01theand Mackville turnpike crossing same iu a southerly direction j down a drain lands of A G throufttheYoung to the Little Beech thence down said beech to a point jo t over the bluQ from Thus Duncans m line of Springfield No lOi j thenpe up the bluff to dirt xoad f In front of Thos l uncans1 IImpose thence with said road in a West erly direction to the Little Bech thence down tbe same to bridge on Spridgfield and Willisbnrg pike thence with dirt road which iotersects aaid turnpike at or near said riJeto the Spribg field pike neat W P MOD amI ery a thence north with said pike r to the BedshianU and Lin olnisI jRun pme thence west with said tike Co the beginning BRUSH GROVNO 12 Begin 1j nine on thd Willisburg and Chap lln pike at the bridge near Sutn erlarids mill thence with said pike southeast direction to rtI road leading to Lev Willilams near the old Neale tollgate IInI Lick pike in Irppfof Chesers house leaving WaltoDI I MooresTiUe precinct and and Sim Brewer in Brush prectnct thence spottieast with pike last name to Kelly Shop j reclrict in line between S G Hardesty odWS Yr Goodlett thence with their line and the line between said Hardesty and Mrl1 Sarah Gray to Long Lick therCe up Long Lick to the moutn of the lSoltb prong bi same tbencaupsaidNorthpfong- tQtb Frankfort road theace with paid road northeast to the Willisburg d Chaplin pike near Daniel GumleyjsXibence east up t t f T J rsametotbe old Frdnkfort roid Il t11e tit utDof n ddlJks ra p thence w 1th s5id rFran k fort road north id the CbhRlin andRoclc brr8gepikfei near tbe TpMoV Hir tis faftt jEblnca northwest down said pike to tbe intersection of the Snider scales and Gordon lFor ptkethenceporbeas 1Vith I isal4 piKeto CKaplin riyei thenca dowq saldrivuTrt to tbebeginnhig J ct w THOMPSON f JCtljrn Wp p A co P iattest r vl J W F BOOKEIVClerk T Tufa JUNE 8 1897 2 By an order entered 1ytJljr 1897 the Magisterifcl tDistrlct t are established as fptlowst Magisterial District Noiilf composed pf Mooresfille votinfr precinct lo2 and Bra k43rbT fe No 12 Magisterial District lfov2 t compose of WilHsbtrg Ko and North No 4 t Ma isterial District No 8 U composed of Hendren Nbi 5iaid f lS j Mackville No ft V v Magisterial District No 41r r composed of Fottsyllle No 7 nd J Spnngfield Wo 8 ry Magistorial District No5 JtV 1cotnpoeedoland Pjredericktown No 1 j Magisterial District No fc i composed of Springfield dt ID1 4 and Kellys Shop No 11 f In 1 NSno8 Again Lnsfc Wednesday petition WB8filed y the LJf Railroad througlt 5 their ittotneyB Helm J3rjucer rLouiaTille in the Shejby circittie lc6urt against the Cntnberlatid an Ohio Railroad Uoraysny Kortbern Division to foreclose the 250009 outstanding inertga e bords n hIiroad on wbich interest sin po 188Sri mains nnpnid The nofderg of er s tificates iwued ty the Becefver ap pointed under iormer order ol tfer ffl i court ore made parties to thiiMit tjand notice ia jjivetyiutt tpplicatiomi wiirbe ma4e or September 22 ti third day of tne enaninjt ter o4j court for tbe apppimtnaef of a eirceiv r endiDgbe1itigl oJliD b tless the prjwen receiverr Mr J i i Mla ietoq will be reappointodA- boutfiOiOOO of thk ouUbiBdfnjr bonds are owned by the ii Nf Riiilroai Companyr an HO000 ad ditionnl by the Oettnania 6jafotr Yaltancl tCrastiompany s assignee for Jacob hreJlet eCtBsea1h remainder arotield by vanous per 18ffnA L Schmidt being trustetr the mortgage Joi all bonJfi holders The Lk N ndthe Trti8t Company firs requested Mr r a Sqhmidt to bring snit for a foreclo nrer and upon ltia rcfowl brought the act ion in tlieir own mcJThe suit ia evidently intet ded tb force a sale of the Bloomleld Branch inordet tbnttbC tttlg1 iS ra il be rendewit in valid Jtndrelette th L H iTrora their contract ItIls ir to gve the ll k N absolute owntr bip ttl ronde GbBtatnly vow dot wast to psf wijfe C dyspopstal coMflpatfcnJ tok tcacttsatlovr ikn a1td1ou ofappetite YQ baT noyer tried DoWHtt iktte Ka ly KiMn tfor thoa complaJfaU or yot wotild T tbeoa eared 5bey tan small JDl1ftt gmfc f WW Poor Blood d festarvecftfood itiafto Ljnpakchct itgestion a t ttofl tack of fiery forct K- Jmusdes Nr chkTpf all tsn Y cJc ca1 tit Anaemia rJcU Jt WeaJttu gf rdtcR k ar ottIS I t 1 1 gl O A of cxl4fftr Of Hy 1 r ricKk foolbOfti ii tyakJr IJ that it can mtUff tafan tffuBWjerwhm GbcWhftfGi pr = tVcnon1inaly IoM 1t 1aTf 1IO f 7t Mt aI tr kl Lr r lY t Tr4jb j tC c 4 f itt I t i tI I tJI THE NEWSLEAbE f t4v1 I r i TliE IIWSLjADER4 V E Lj VISON JR oi h TRUAtro 8r1s97 NOUNOEMENTS- ii v FOB CIRCUIT JUDGE LT Patteson iVfli are ifotorlicd fo announce Cbarle Uat6 t a3IQ CUt7 can4Ldat tor lrcttit JM a of iaaet Btk Judicial l rrict tolbpocl1 ftsblngton rat Ifl4 Orecn ot4uubjevt to ue tkni ot tbe Oemocraikjparty NoVcmber lLoctloiijt6r1 J j Lisle IlRTtnp received Und nrcepted the 5nfimilnatli from the Kopubllcan pnrty i ojrthlA Circuit Court Judicial district wfrtho offlce of Circuit Court Judget 1qrsupport is toapectfully UcUod WJ iAS1i- Ebcoot a UO SQJ iUNTENDENT ti Peter rrftroJ antli6rlred fa Announce Or iiiI Peter t1 ncandltiate for County csupertntendonL of pubilc schools for t t WiiahlnKton count subject to the ao- f tjoii uffloIumocrltLIeprrye FOR COUNTY JUDGE Morgan t Vp are authorized ioaniiounco W It 1Igtiuuca candidate for County Judg e Wnshlngton County subject to the iiction of the Republican patty J ton EENXrWIit Hays yo are authorizcdto announcQ Jamea Smay JUIa cdiylidato ijw prjsopia1 jr 1ihoor Witihltigton County fn the Low 3rUu3O of tbo Kentucky Tajgislattiro jjnbject to tho Action of 4heRqpubllcan J p rty j f4t Keeling TWoro humootoahriQuuC w L Keeling aa a candidate for Ropresenla F tVyo for Wesblngton County In the U w cr House of tho Kentucky Legislature BubjecTto the action of the Rtpublfczuc r jlii1Y THB frbe turnpike movement ntyIi3 buiasprQadng1L 6ver tbis octiorj says ths opkinsville iKentiickiap and before long a numbervgf Southern Kentcuky flrpunUes will soon have only free jijoads Jfi V4rren county where j Jjhere are no raiders and no indi cation of any sucb lawlessnessa vthe peoplereacc9rdlng to the r EpubyiliePost goingabout T vting free public highways geta ivayjthat shows their earnestness t Itv nothing occurs to prevent Wren count will have free roads p TDefprejHext January McCra ken cpuntyi ias bought the gravel foadsnhatconnty and many of theUonlral Kentucky counties iiavQaddne likewise In Daviess couity the q uestioa of buying tlm gravel roasIsbeing agitated byah efiscal co rt and it js be klIovtbe tzpvernentri11be ulti m toly successful Thg same may be saU of three or four other PeWyrile and Purchasecounties Lwliorothepeoploaroatworki n the cause In three Or four lo II caUtiesllhe county candidates are runningt ona free turnpike plat form t ls r Tnfarrners of the country havQbcentbefil8ttofeoltbeltu proved conditions of business p pThe products which they have bad for sate have steadily rise inyluoaJl along the line and T theijucreased volume of money hascoo directly Tn to their pocck s fBradstreefs in Speaking of the present condition I of the American farmer savs Tbe American agriculturalist r uctaoPPortunivtoteapsolige wardsIlor for years as is now prom sedhhn DoNsHfiyiEW orllast week xinakes radically encouraging re 5arks on the prospering condi L lipn of various sections of tho country the beivy purchasest largedoals iostocKsBnd es pecUlly in wheat and finally iin 3ttimsthatCn f progress not surpassed by th great revival up jpairf rush j 1879 J I ItT rt atQ toltro habIt e r tnall iliailin r I1AJlc1nJnll Ia r t Lf t ib1 i 1 JiiiIt W LOCAT merchants all say thai ithey arft beginning to feelt he i flafffarmers isflywho have 3K been chronic nave monqeTvitb which to pay hUhIery apcaranco Sutber1airdth thatthlSirein1etly11t manufactured on an iniirrnVod meThod Tho many inlruculpus cnrtaof 3pnj Btabdlnjf tlxJilarolxilnpacconipllshetl by it 1k1reatestg klntta iti sore eyes GRANT RAIDED THE PARTY H w ibe OnU Once Broke UpaD lo tercitlDK Poker G tm- eJF B Lilliard telLs the following tpoker story says the Ban Francisco Wave General Grant once interfered in- mOst n unwarranted and arbitrary man ner with a poker game that was paying me a big profit said AndrevDannez Itwas shortly after tho battle of Shiloh and we Confeds wort fcolinj pretty bad ly down in the mouth Iwas on the ad vanced picket lino one bright moonlight night and the Yankrhod a post unIT a few hundred yards away Wo shot at Oh other until wo got tired of the sport then we swapped aewspapets coffee and tobacco A daredevil young Yankee corporal walked right into our post nat down un n log as unconcerned as you please and naked us if wo knew how to play draw pqker JDidAvnc We ratHer thought wo ditHnd wo any greenbacks A few Then bo pulled out a docket cards and wo sat downto play Pretty loon another Yank came over hen another until there were six of them and wo all joined in and played a wide open game forgetting that the cruel war was not over Luok came my way and J Boon had everybody but tho Yankee corporal broke The rest were squatted round blue and graywatching the gamerwben there coma that ugIyc1l4ckick familiar to the eoldiers car We looked op and there stood a Yankee eergcant with our men their muskets cocked l1alembersyourselves under arrest jtaid iaergenntOhcotDO now Rergeant the corporal bcgt when a horseman reined up behind the guard and he concluded General Qrnnl by hqkey The blue Ioattped schoolboys aiid saluted their corn mahder who eyed them as sternly asn ephinx They filed in front of the guard said started for camp When their backs yere turned on him Grant removed the cigar from his mouth anti with a cynical smile asked the Confederate nearest him Whos ahead Obeare replied the defender of tba stars tiidbrought down here cant play poker a littlo bitBnt they can fight general 1 remarked Have to sometimes eaid Grant dryly and rode 1t4t BbabXbP1ants Rhubarb plants may bo safely sotboth to fall and spring but jf fall set the crowns should be well covered with earth to prevent heaving and exposure Of tho roots during winter for rhubarb though fn verjr hardy plant will not en duro rapid alterations of freezing anJ thawing when exposed to the air and is therefore not well adapted for very moist soils in a cold climate What ia wanted in rhubarb culture Isnn early 1Viththol Btalks Rural Nevr Yorker telld that there is nothing better than the early application of fcrmenljighoro minim for this purpose ITew Remedy For Chicken Lice At tho Arkansas station they nro us lug anevr rhixtqro for tho extermina tion of lico on fowls and animals It ltbeen named kcroscno extract of pyre iBthrnm Ouq ainid a half gallons kerosene are soaked through 24 pounds pyr ethrum persian insect powder form iiig a yellow oily extract Dissolve a pound of soap in a gallon of the extract and chum till thoroughly emulsified When using mix a pint of this crow mixtnrand pyrethrum and ia cheaper and more oonvcnient than either e Bulldlagr Slice Tho essential points In building siTos as summed up in a bnlletiaon silos Iis TOal from the Now Ypfk station arc To have the walls tight enough toe elude air from tho contents to bathe walls not only Wgbut rigid tr moreltpossiblcmorothlWnbouUlvosquarooct surface in the silo for each cow The cbeapcrthotorngol herd tbo moro cheaply cnn silage be mppliilto each Odil9 and iDda Tbo hay crop over the Pociflo slope iis tcportcd as onoof thelargest ever cut Bear in mind the fadtt1at1ean hogs igdemdemThe Ohiofapncraregubrandheld the past winter and spring and there would have been moro if appro priations had allowed titutcsheldThe advantages of sproybpg havo been eo apparent in Utah that the legisla oo provided for county nod state in olJlUmltirrigation will double tho production judiiousIyHrltUU Kfeie tko Gables Nearly fpnrflf tLs Of tho submarine cables of the world are in the hands of lengthofcahletaldnt Of1tAmericaFrance cablesthatpatched orcf British iiiree t I I n r 2 Ono otTwo Wayssi Tho bladder was created for otto moly receptacle for tboorine kldne3rsI SICt11 Isnot liable to any form qf ez eeptbfono of t pWftya The frpm imperfect action of the second way is from treatment of other disease ChIEF Vffl UahcaUhyjurine from unhealthy kidneys is the chief cause ojft ir3otbes Bp e tvombllko 0 Uto bladder flVercatea for one purpose and If nptdp ior 4iso much a uot31bIo to weiktjtjabue excopl rare cases It is tHrfaU back of osetO th Tjlaflder tbiiifarffclanv ojrfJL dfsdSe rJqconvln1c Uthe dney backlladaerr ursagohten by mistake ottrlbnte 5W Icmalo tveaknw or womb trouble 4ee rt mrberIlJy made imdfftpy be as ca bmtwohfedyQnfl urine aside for twent rfour hours a sediment or settling IndIcateS kidney or baddor trouble Tho mOd and extraor dinary effect of 1r KUmers biramp Root Jho great kidney and bladoer remedy IiIjjoon realized If you need p mbdicinn you should havethbestAt druggists fifty ant ono dollar You may hove a sample bottle and pamphlet both sent free by mall Mention NEWS LEADEH and send your dress to Dr Khmer CoBlnghamton NY The proprietors of this paper guar on too tho conulncnols of this pffer =GREAT GRAPE INDUSTRY The Shore Suppl1naifThe management of tho vineyard IIs an interesting study and one which to bo successful require technical knowl edge 2n the largo vineyards as a rnl the owner himself gives personal super vision to every detail Sometimes a manager or overseer performs these du ties Ono of the largest growers in this Section tells me that the most successful grower is the foreigner who with his family of eight or ten comes and leases or buys 25 ORtfiO acres of land each member ottbafaiflbavtngh1a orher part in the yort to perform from spring botUpic1d g time while1 the winter is 11l0baslcctsThusand when tho grapes are sold fho pxor ceeds return to the family as ifaVprpol on the individual labor of each member quite in contrast with the largo owqcr who compelled tA hire help toifldeaeh littlel thing in addition to buying hisi baskets Tbp Concord grape is tbe only variety of any oopsequence raised in thfs region and some idea of tho magnitude of the business carried on may be had when it Iis known that the shipments for ono year from Obautanqna county alone will amount to 8500 carloads 8000 mskctsof 10 pounds each in each cat These are takeii from the grower by some one of the numerous growers as sociations wh ose Dusinefis it isto J3nd a ja- nse44tJovertheleastiuo of them gA topoIhtatcesfCbcko while ho other one fonrth travels eastward Tho making of baskets is an impor tnntUcD1 Many factories are employed petbllsket Labiaiin addition to the cost ofXtbe basket fi Vze f pcrpcnndJorbbIlograpes i thing to find a ten pound basket on the retail market slow sale at 10 cents Thus we find that tho utmost care must be taken in the management of a vine yard to make it profltable Chautaa qoan I Hot Water for Weeds di8COTCr1thatstore of 130 degrees will destroy in sects This is only repeating what was made public by the editor of Medians Monthly 40 years ago that prater heat ed to 120 degrees was destructive of in sect life without being Injurious to vegetation Tho application however has been found rather troublesome ex cept where only a few plontajiro to bo dipped in tho water Pcpplo prsfer in Hcctiofdes that may bo applied by pow ders or by spraying Dlaplo Slrnp From Corn Cobs Clean cobs are boiled in water until soft Then tho juice is strained off and dark brown sugar added This is boiled and it comes out a flub quality of maple flhlnoiacxcbangIt sirup can bo produced front watermel ons Lost season a melon grower in that state thus utilized thousands of surplus melons which in other seasons ho allowed to rot un tho vines The melon goodbody A NEW ROOK KX1TTINO AND CROCUfiTING of 04 pages over originall dosimm illunnted beautiful llace patterns phawl hoods jackets etc has boon published by the Homo Milk SLg Boston Sloes suet will ho sent with oBubscrtdtlon to that paper The Homo Is a aopago monthly filled with original atones literary and do mestictopic and fnnhlon its depart moot of Fancy Work Isn Hoccla feature now and original designs each Issue Tbo price of iubscripUon is fiOconta par year and will include ono of tiesoboot Asa special Inducement to trial subscribers a copy of this honk will lo given with a 6months BUbacrlptlon The price qf book is 25 c nts but a 0 months sub scription and be book iiiiblnod will ho sontfor 15 cents Thclrnnnuni prouilum list for 1807 y1ll be sent froo on appllca tlone I Th6 j1 RightRem dll The disastrous effects of potash and mercury which the doctors always pre pcfiMfor Contagious Blood Poison Ribald convince anyone that these are Bbtthe proper remedies for this horrible poisonfromforever potash and mercury only bottle it up and by driving inthe outward appearance of the disease induce the patient to think be is being cured But he sees his mistake before long when iajointa become stiff and his bone- scbeoftenhIs bairwillfali out by the b a tdvicecine his finger nails will drop off C1eitnictlvediseaseyettcured ItOf coirse they may patient cured but the disease has never failed to return with increased severity SSS fSwills Specific is IYfreejJie only bjood remedy which is gnaraur teed purely vegetable and for twenty years its proprietors haveS offered one dollars reward foru proof that it 1taJt1S particle pf pbtash thrltmeta1ln tMrW RNt1rman- t 1 weUknowuyoung atWStaunton Va tried various other treatments but found no relief until he took SSS He writes I was Afflicted with blood poison and the best doctors did me no treatmentfaithfullyworse all the while I took almost every scaxlled blood remedy but they did not seem to reach the disease and had no effect whatever I was disheartened for iit seemed that I would never be cured Atthe advice of a friend I then took SSS and began to improve lcontinued the medicine and it cured me completely building up mjr health and increasing my appetite Although this Was text years ago I have neveryet bin a sign of the disease to returntMr It L Rite 50 ofStaunton had e samediseascand his experience was imilar to the above IlesaysSS6Iscer SS6IscerY all other blood remi edles for It curesJ- cases they cannot v ft touch I was treated JL r HtTaby sevraIg6o4doc tors and took various blood remedies but they did me no good I then tool curedcomptetelynndptrmanenUy troubled with the disease since I have otJimilumijldyto failIgionsBl Pojson goes met to theeat of the disqase and forces it from the It willsystem cure any case of Cancer Scrofula Rheumatism Eczema Catarrh or other blood disease of the most obstinate nature Remem ber it is guaranteed J table i Purely and is the only blo6dkssedycouth1nIuI no mercury potash 6r ether mineral Valuable books orithe disease and IiU treatment wilt be miildd free to all who mpan1AtlaiBGeoI1rla 1 loeuQcuvtTT WORMS WHITES CREAM VERMUCEI FOR 20 YEARS Has led all Worm Romodloi EVERY BOniEGUARAHTEtD SOLD EVERYWHERE Tnttni UOICUnt UVS Jmd Th1rkeyIIablb cunxTat house with girium partlculus WOOLLFYtoA CASTORIA For Infanta and Children fttud1 IdPlmt ct 1IraDtfo Ur MEN OR WANTBDFAITU1 for rw pon house lla lon tuckj Salary J780 and cxpoiiNf 0sltlon porinnnpnt Reforcnco Kuelrso w iraddrc d Htumpcd envelope Tlio Katlonnl Htur Insiiranco Uldg CbI NOVe JD4a C4iorJAWbenWhen she became she clung to Cortorl Wheu che bad Children ih garo them CutorW THEPORTINd WORLD rthQnc1llSS811thopInyhigthntdirectionbrcndthlWdcompnssinfinesse ment and skill As amemorizer it is uniquoThegnmc skillfully played 1gulapdcbcougreFi nations a trial by jury pr a pence corn mission As a test ot morals it may to vqnethzohi lckin this superb game are about on a par strange as it may Beem 41The of whist c multrvathig SndurancemcUvidualaroctivc11brotlghUoroCeSsca01thIscnrdwnrfnre eycryonei iharpcncd thereby as the steel upon the stone pInyeralight as the case may be and iligwith one nnother in o mental tilt for points in the superb warfare of this an tyhinkingt player would say apply the best whistiulcs toyqur own faculties and Tico Tersa To t ho nohwhister we would emphatically say learn whist and yon may likewise acquire moderation the art of silence no mean art in itself jjudgment acuteness and patience with a biz PNcw York Sun HEAVY HORSES x 4 Itlehlgan Farmer Hccomtnond Theo nisbljr for rand Work A Michigan correspondent of Country Gentleman and formerly an wlvooatc for medium weight horses vftlfea as follows About i11ears ago I bought a team of heavy horses weight about 1100 pound each more because I could not welgbtsimuown I had not had tho team a week before their superiority over the other teams on tbo farm was proved They moved oil with a plow with much less fatigue They drew heavy 1oaditb- fa RtCatcrcl1ofuAct1they were mastafa of the Situation wherever put at ffsoik I found that it took no more to keep them than tho 15gutcr horton un less it may lo that they consumer a littlp moro Lay for they receive tbo samn grain ration at Ibo others And as for rood work vro do not need to put the farm horses before carriage and when it comes to taking loads to Until they walk iaster than tint others besides hnuliu3Iouslqpnibly more at is load ciiinIonturin wori that I lave since bought an j other team of tho same kind These two teams do tho hardest heaviest work on thio farm Jit nil times all tIeheavy plowjug vliich it would require three lighter horses to mauaga For certain kinds of wok the nnallcl horses are all right For cultivating mowing light drugging and certain other things en any form they answer every purpose or to tho small farmer who line not work enough at anytime of tho year to hurry him Ho can take thiDgsnsthYhnTO when it comes jo a big days work cu disk harrow or plow or where great strength fa required gIve mo the heavy horBCflercry tints A heavy fierce is not necessarily a dew one nor need hp bo on awkvard one A bono of heavyweight Should not be so fat as to boa burden to himself either but in good Lair condi tion with no protruding bones More grain and 1lless hay should bo tbo rule ou most farms Where the farming is ex tensive enough io warrant keeping two teams lot one nf them be heavy They will taker nil the heavier work off the smaller team and these may be used fur lght read work when required A Remarkable Cure of Ciifddlc DIarr lioca In 18C2vhon Isivedmycountryna pJlvato In company A l67h Ienusyl vanlo Volunteers I contracted chrqnlc dlmrbocn It boa given me a urcat deal Jot trouble ever since I lnve tried a dozen dlllorcnt medicines and several prominent doctors without any perma nent relief KotlongaKoa friend sent me n sample bottle of Chamberlains colic cholera and clorrhoea remedy and nftr that I bought nnd took a to cent bottlb and now I cart say that Imn entirety cured cannot bo thankful enovgli to you for this great Binnody and recant mend It to alj fluttering veterans If fn doubt write me Yours grtofuIU Hcn y Steinborger Allentown Fa Sold by Hayd A flobertonSLet mo give you a pointer said M F Gregg popular conductor on tho MifsonriTacIfld railroad Do you know that Chamberlainscollo cbolera find diarrhoea remedy cures you when have tho stomach ache Well It does Andaftorgivlng this friendly bit of ad vice the JpUy cbndudtnr paused on dOwn thonJsiu It l a fact that thousands of railroad and treydhing mon never take a trip without a bottle of thin remedy AthlcblsthobcHt euro r bowel disorders Intlio word 25 and 6lc6nt bottles for soey llaydoh iotf trtsnn H S M KMRRICK 1 DEALER IN BUGGY TOPS WHEELS CUSHIONS SHAFTS I STORM APRONS BUGGY WA JON HARNESS SADDLESPAKM WAGONS I MAOHINERY I A FJLL TQCK OP r FANCY AND 8TAPLE GRGiOBRIES HABD ARE TINWARE GLA W RE t rGIzi y fjrr ffC i2 1IftJF ta t rSUMlVlERI f Q1ljllJ ltj vt t Sy t f In tfrHer to reduce oiii l kwe wilLy ake SWe ping rediction ii pnjeson a lfummer Goods especluflI IlhrexoodsWash Goods Clothing anSt rtE qwfSfc i Dress Patterns Worth 759 I ei q 1leJ rt4Dress Patterns worth fd do we sell for 6 G rman Organdies 25C worth45c hw Fine Organdies 150 worth Sc r if I iFrie Organdies loc worth 16 12C itooit Ca1jcqa4rGood f IJtiilt q vtiMkSHens o 81500 Childs KiieePatitsdSuitgf CNIV76cti ftp Men Women ando OhildrntsIvShoesiat pricestOjuittbe season Come4iu und look afcthetn we will make rifidt11 1I II iiWill eii tbe gouS j nt w 4A iS n r UQ 4 p I fa n 1 8PEe E1inrES f Fn y TO fJ J i4fc3r 4 14 a Jiiiv j 1 4 tlSaIBTJYEnSJf3A if l3fj Call andsee the befiif jl mgH we ai gI1ngFitEE to cash bJ4 itrvf jJCT 5I- t11t4TT jcJk 515 i jL t r CUNMNGIIAMDJNC 0 =pr I iH Ift Itt jIk i i i Und rt 1ertin tJiiitoi tjjco FINs k GASKETS q BURIAL k ROBES mf O ALL XIDS a 1 eIjkSI or dayightThe sertces oraliEnER1ENlEDEMBAL grad feJOInas l tf enia1ming bl1vN rn iei aPL e k 4fi siciir ft ei1 55fJM5t t vt HAG i BT1OcE ERINCFIELfl rt A 1 t1 1 WEARERWhich 1 IIndlrtETht c 1 2 N iiiITrt5i fOur Oreat Bartala QflfBops Jldonls Suits izts 3 1ofS 5itb extra palf of paits 1298 It inpocJWool SitterCTwill Satt n sed Patent Waist itendi Trlmtains aad rk samsleSlteetonapslatozsycarsWithout Whturdw Nit omu Fxrtcss Sloot1If Order or ReIitetd tatters ala at birtbcly and lirg Nil JIullslactocy toaeycheerfuflyrefunSi4 Scndzcstzmpsfor- anptemeaiutrmniur1nsbTsnkic It C CUSTNNSE TOQqDEz1 j II1L1175iJ 7 GWUtet4 tints U4t from All Wo6t r Buwn Gray Slickat liI Wonted Owvtot mic ii lir had tauponul Faiue5lnj JJtUMot piicio yOutlownforios j J Stur4as f tt1toJsI4tmeasurl for J lQ 1 hsad 1 Y0IIhJ itiia4 JiWlatthsVutaadSto Cr tctiIIaPantL t1S s WPaytgSpnt4 UtirSoJI r- ardcu AjIi lit rtuMtks5c1 t pwseB f 1SfltlIIbffIlc tlJTaI a of heI1 tattstC1o 4 ot rm 6cums Anwriu f fWy y r t f n f Ift IIiiti Mtfr f ti J t i4 1 i ef JIoJ 2ii J 4fO V rs i tff li l Lilr r Fit 0J IF ih f1 ft r lh o iUJ I i oj s if f t s ar o r ik 1iit7t1 1lt y ItS j to 2 t t uti r 1 i 2 i 2 1JL fc fr 1 r mjIS1 1JEi 1i9LSIlKDsCYBay TJftJfl Yl i t ll Jt = SBmNGFIELDJCY 4 tt 1 IOpf til YMH tf PAID mADVAROB I r == ltr Jr F WILDERD- feNTlST j J fx y j Performst1 i i TEETH EXTRACTED t tr iTi fur rAiif rx IriSprlnKfleKJ every first Thnrn 1 t3 fJUtly aud Friday Ouch month z iS 4OFFtCFOv er PORtO tTtlI i I Iatil dffieo No e61fourth Are 5 of CoIIrv Louisville Ky i x d ir W P NEIKIRK a1TTFORNEYmATLAW PPFltiEl vflth CC MCCttototJ s7r i 3R1 JF RNERRT- t i DFF E HOURS ia to 2pm j 5tn E yjy tS r 4 SP1tINC11IFLD KY- v jR11BURTON RESIDENT DENTIST tEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAINf I r rIsa pmcETIjiK3ri Block over MnnBnp s Jt dons rcOtts s SPRINGFIELD KY CrWaM BrWgBlfoiil Specially ntxmettohtyalaR eti othtuntnod a 1rWthtlil THllIK AjDRf pjin nmmiu uixv- usHrccllonx FartheMiiorp vro tu learn of n roan in rliirli nttigrt It Uoiteft oxavi 1alU JnitfjtlHts ll over tho country It jtjltcrM will euro You Mato7nllt flimttii XVlth CMnrets bi Sath enir ronttildton Tttrerot lDu15 frtCCfalldttl altt7iuadtuoaM T pReJ H LANIPTQN OF IOE gvtct ctn711ircL t is or rICa iri the ncino Indicates sJa1IMYegetabl Sicilian Ilulr Itotitnvfir lit hrcltewcrof tho hair Including itBKTOWth limUtli youth yl color Btu bcnttty It will plpaso you L REMOVAL1 i have removed my place off business from 11AIn street to lart ol the new building on Walll street next to the Berry Hotel 1 wilt keep nothing but the BEST find PUREST liquors and ask a share of your patroI18JtcI a4Respectfully i4notr you bavo taken Avera PlUlf Hundred bare been anted of lho complaint b the use of three pill alprio They were lidmltled on exhibition nt tho Worlds Fairnea RtUQtlartl catlmitfc 5 ri TO MIKE AVOID IN OKK DAY Laxative Brorap Qninin Tablet TTakedruggists refund tbo money If ft fillp to euro 2fic For rule by Haydon d Uobcttsnn and Waters d ltroti fie Fe Jfhno REUBEN MOGK t BLACKSMITH f r Horseshwing Carriage Repairing wend General Blacksmlthin All work guaranteed to give satisfaction at the Casey abop- SPR1NGPIEDD KY = DotitTttfcaffo Sllh1lll Smoke Tonf fJfe pray 1 To quit tot dcct c slly nnd forcrcrbe mag netlc full ct life norro and tlgor talttf Uio wonlccworUcr thstrnakat e fitrotic All 4uggtstatacoril CUre NoToI t tact Booklet ana saufta tree StsrHntf JtcineJy CarCbtmuGtirfW YoiU i rSi h 1 s 1 J cr 1o fiIti1 to IJL3V1J JL 1lJiJ 1 0 Lt 21tl h q tFORti Granite Preserving Kettles nYSiZe rif r Et Brass Preserving Kettles land fe ML slinPr8ervingKettles J Any Kind Fruit Cans Water CoolerHay Forks Builders Hard Galvanized Sprinklers v V ware Tobacco Hoesrt flnIced Agents For OLD HICKORY WAGONS See the t ONE FreezerITS BlueFlamea 88 a aAWYd Q7 7ff Ydl rcal9d l MBOUT TOWN SPRINGFIELD FAIR September OlOandll NEWiall hats puce to wear to the Fair ttt Mrs Kate Williams HIGHEST cash price paid for What oats and grass seeds 0 0 MCGILL TAKE your wheat to J Walter Browns new grain elevator and get highest cash pricesMARION BRADY this county sold to X B Peter Co 50 head of hogs weighing 200 pounds at B3TO rA11 S R CLAYBROOKE JR bouglitof Walcefiold liurrett ot Spencer county 50 head of sheep at 3 rerhead THE ladies cottage prayer taeetiug will he lucid nest Mon day afternoon at Miss Matti 25yBranest Strength THE capital stock ofthe First National Bank was reduced from 100000 to 50000 and not from 50000 to 25000 as was stated last Week ROUND trip tickets fro Sjiringfield to Nashville Tenn asses Exposition on sale daily at following rates Tickets limited ticketos limited to 15 days 685 tickets limited to November 7th 0 85 THE house and twenty acres of llaud in this county property of W F Spauldinff was rented to the highest bidder on county court day Mr J H Gray became the renter for i ue year at 9925 shippingd of tobacco to the Louisville Mar ket This is about the vast cro of old tobacco in tho county and Mr Greene expects to realize a good price for the shipment WzRay Main and Wlonut streets was offered for sale publicly on lust Tuesday afternoon The property was offered first iin aas 0 whole It was bid on an whole upto3190wb1ch offer was declined the price not being what the owner considered a fair vaue for the property THE A B Cooper farm situated about a mile and half fro town on the erryville tarnpik- was sold at public auction from tbe courthouse door on last Mon I day Mr Walloo McElroy of purchasergP J per acre The farm consists good11and Elroys sons wttt live on the place THE Springfield High School willl opeoat s sesiiDn Soptember d 113th under the charge of Prof George Colvin and Miss Magi Thompson The success of the school last year under their control guarantees a still greater success this year All branches are taught from the primary to the sigh School course Special attention will be given those preparing for college GEORGE and Dave Curt singer who live in the northern part of the county were tried before County Judge Thompson yesterdayon a warrant charging them with breach of the peace It seems that several weeps ago the men in company with see eral others went to Tathlim Springs drunk and disorderly and were refused admittance to the grounds whereupon they become angry and threw stones drew pistols and acted otherwise than peaceful They were fined the jury PLANS and estimates liav been submitted to the building committee of the Presbyteria- church for the parsonage which into be built on the lot adoinip the residence of the Misses Thm work will probably be done by the J P Will Co of Louisville and the plans submitted call for a neat cottage to cost about 1500 Nearly all the money has been subscribed and the congregation hope to see their pastor and his wife comfortably ensconsed in a new home befor- manYS eelcs A SCRAP OF PAPER The entertainment given last Thursday evening at St Dominic Hall was one of the most enjoyable amateur productions ever lorgoaudience demonstrated its appreciation of whpo took part by frequent applause The program consisted of a little comedy entitled A Scrap Paper and a number of ofI and recitations by members ofr the company which were all well rendered The entertain menl opened with a duet by the Misses Scally and Webb These young ladies possess voices of rare sweetness and whisk show the good results of cultivation Miss Webb has a clear soprano and Miss Scally possesses a rich contralto Miss Scally sang a Cuban love Bong later on in the tivitIDh Grapevine e Swing in both of which she used her splendid voice to good advantage Miss Naoma Thompson sang and acted a prettv lit tie song entitled Papa Cant aofpared very winning and grace ful The duo entitled Gypsy aCcnd Frank IJfoe1 Gas quite welt done The pia1C1 A Scrap of Paper is a little comedy in three octcfi containing just enough of a plot to inft taresting situations Miss Grady who is by the way quite an artls leadmgIKusseIvilla1 and by her vivacity and- intelligent acting made the part very attractive Miss Reedy as i Mathilde was very graceful and acted the part splendidly and Miss Mattie Robertson as Louisew and Miss Kiley as Mile Zenobie Both did well and made the mos L of the characters The men aladid well There was Frank Noe as Prosper Courainont James j Clements as the Baron Lewis Cain as Briesemouche and Jim- Edelen as Anatole and Charlie Greene as Baptisto All deserve e especial praise for the way llathroughouty the whole thing had a pleasing effect on all At the close of the play Miss Nuoma Thompson and Frank Noe sang a very pretty little duo entitled There Come ai Time which was well received Miss Grady gave a short recita chiceh brought down the house and eveninng performance by singing that lat SgLook Alike to Me and every one went home in a good humor and well pleased with the entertainment The proceeds which go for the benefit of the Catholic church net about 100 Yon Can Depend On It That toloyn collo euro is an instant relief for colic itiinmor cotnplnlnt chol fluechronic dlarrbora cholera infantu n bilious collr platters colic and all bow ul complaints IlnVdon Jloborteon Now is tho timo to subscribe f the Nays tRADEn only 81a year Conrt Day Sales The following solos of stock were reported by auctioneer S M Campbell for County Court day six yearling steers at 910 JerseyI820 one old horse 910 one cow and calf i0 one black mare at t25lonepigs 1050 one plug mule 80 one old horse 2425 andone plug torso 1180 Col R E Wbaynn tbe auc tiojieer reported the following sales Ova heifers at 1045 8 heifers 14 85 10 steers 1521 2 bulls 1 year old fur 3070 1 fat sl er80 80 one pair work oxen 85 and one mule Hi Clmnmborlalns colic cholorannd dr rheas remedy always cfliirdn prompt relief For ifill by iladon Robertson When Yot oho YOUI Vacation Tho most jiceosuary article to liavo leanspufterwmtr solute proywitlon orcubp otnll doronRo raulredbyaclannof Ro y don tllobortsoti lad brrght toknowfhat when auffor ing froth any Hdnoyttronblo tent n iIItr t curdGu 7rt Jam1 tt A t t ft 1 lll7 W StJRorjer 5f t bauon was In town Monday Lubanonlwasi Judge E H Patteson was In town County Court day Howard McBhoy was in from Tatham Wednesday rMisa Carrie Sflleoman VTM Lebanon the first of the week Dr Shehan of Mead paid this office a call on Monday Jtlfa Sidney Greene It qdlte aict at her home near Texas tt Miss Annie Newbolt of Marion id Visiting MIlD Annie Neikirk MiiS Lillle and Richard Ware at tended the LawreneebtugFair- Mre1 Henry Edelen of B is visiting her father at this ardsfoWJ Miss Ethel Hendricks of Tatham Springs paid this office a call Satar day last Vt JJ Keeling candidate for Rep resentative vftte a caller at this office Monday Judge B L Litsey M G Loach man and Pat Tobin hayogoria to Naihville Robertson Booker ot Little Rock Ark is hero on avisit to friends and relotivea Bev 0 0 Pugh left TaeBday for a three weeks visit to his homo In Alabama t Henry Lee was over fromLeb anon SundayIto6petid the day with relatives stAunddMeesrs Emmett McElroy and Charlie McQhord left yesterday for the Nash villd exposition Will H Hays of Nelso n who ha been nominated for State Senator was on our streets Monday hulas Lucy Duncan of BlooD eld Who hasbeen the guest of Dr Rays TuesdaytMiss Emma Russell of Lebanon nd Miss OMnraj of WiUJamsburg were visitonr at J TO Noes last Saturday Prof T E Cleland who conduct ed the Institute at this place last week returned to hla homo in Perryvtlje Saturday H MGrundy and JS Claybrooke took a trip to Nelson county Sunday countysfairestMice Jones who has boon vis ing the family of J T 0 Noe for tho heKoineJobnny Hardin after a soyere spell of sickness is on the streeonce moro Ho leaves In a few days fare several weeks stay in Boyle county Mr Perry Lanham IndlaiTTor ritpryand old citizen of this county who left here shoat thirty years ago is hero this week visiting friends and relatives T M Carr repreeenting the Mo Cormack Harv eating Machine Co at Louisville came through wheel Taes day night and Ie registered at the Thurman House Miss Mary Qrumbley the dashing beeltheCampbell returned to her home at Elkton Ky Tuesday mcrning Miss Eleanor MoElroy entertained last axas stated in last weeks paper Quito la largo crowd of young people wereI present and report a good time leftorhero Tuesday for a visit to the Nash villa exposition Misses Llazie and Josle T Lee Miss Mary Lizzie Rind hart Miss Minnie Taylor Miss Ro and Miss Sallle Bosley of Lebanon A gay party of young folks from town went down to the country home of Mr Palmer Grnndy on last Friday evening to have a watermelon feast The following attended Misses Annie McOhord AnnIe Cunningham AnnIe D Grnndy Bettio Irvine AUIoPooro Ella Oraycroftand Messrs Will Hagan Emmett McElroy Vill Wharton Joe teeaid0 1 0 Club last Tuesday evening at the home of brotherinlaw Mr W K Robertson Among those pro sent wore Misses Annie D Grnndy CObOrdlBottlo Rebortsonj Lucile madman Katie Cam Mary Noo and Katie Litsey and thPalmerOlaybrookeCarland Clark Craycroft Geo Wharton Willi Cftaybrooko and Mack Grnndy ou iPATENT8i DESIGNS TRADEMARKS w I bFSend na e model or rough penrll x m rentorsC6rI DFU fOWLER I o1A neetLLtsolsf n I 142 it y HK 3aittti klsldnf- du0 rtIMd r lfrV bPMCxr o oLMy 4p4pVtiQtr 4Y foCrlis 94v YCAiflTIG 25 SOi ABSOLOTIILT G1j VJlfTTrrffiujnlf3EsnM Lrn air wi uii irEiotYE r NEW STOIE f X10Mainj glad doiningWe stocOfIntend to epef I wilhRn b u Part b1icfortheitpubfavotjandtmf i r r lt r Ai DEEP CUT IN PRICES wilMje made for the ba anCG of season ctetH pring and Summer Dress rGc Clothingand Shoes It will pay you to see our Bar gaihsMcGliord Robertson= WAWTfflPJLUrer4000cacanctfaticercral times as ninny Tn6ancles aa members MtlwTOmoroinembers tfeyvral plans two plan ICs Errs registration use plan OtTABAlfTEES positions iO acute fray tot boOk JOntnlnlng plans and afOO lure story ceWegodays No charge tbtdjemployerifc r6c6mmop4uiff teachers TaAONtRi lUblfU Arf J etimbNrrAetles itswc lilU1Nk in std fl9TlUjtKr f Irlliestaad Jllmnger T uau Dii bam1 Northern In both vacancies oIDces Chtcngoomce Southern vacanciest LbalsvlUapfflco 8tftett1l1aOne TtsKteUm1 nL r Clevelands Popular t- Sta gelisti f P W IREVAN DD Cleveland t Paste ac Are MiClivrcr v writes prFennerr 1 have used your Blood and liver Remedy sad Ncrv e Tonic and findrit the bleat remedy lOt deranged state of the stomach liver and bowels of any that 1 barf evcr tilled = AN ORDINANCE The Board iii Trustees otthq e adoss ted the following ordnsnc- hichW is now in full force The Board of Trustees of the Town of SprJbgfieldi Ky dbJ ordain as follows That hereafter It shall be un lawful for any persona to or corporation to erect anyc e pbCr telephQno poles In ry street alley or iowe walk of the Town of Qpritgffetd Ky orGott to suspend soy Wl eacro5s along or over such street alley or sidewalk tfrtfioiiC aUcensor permit so to do of the Board of Trustees of Salt town entered of record Any person cdnipsny or corppraUoh who shell viblat- is ordinance shall be guilty of t amtsdeme11lOrauttonconvlcUonII shah b6 fined Tea Dollars f10 for every such pqle so erected and 10 for each wfrj so iusfJ1 pended over aprossoc along ch street alley or sidewalk anti in addition1 oe finod 810o r stack day for each poldl tbataasbe allowed to stand wa 4 10 1Q r i eACh day for every etc lr a ire Thai IDdYroo allowed to suspended over ftlCbshtII alley or sjdeal1c ini fiolatioi off oidhaance A K SHOW2f Chirp Jrf R THOMPSON CJterlf Au ItJ1 i t ZYHTIHMI7 aaeiw y a Cwenrots Candy CaQiartlc the Eo twoaderful uiudlcal disco very of ties jrot pleas e ant lord rcfrcsliinu to uo taste art lfel11Ti 1cleanstnRcorn hcailablic fov r ImMtnnl mnllp tlo y and htlloiuncfs Plcaaa buy aud trra box HoldMCgu TII1tI1H l stiller Lung Troubles old CoMomp tion Can Be Cured 0 An Eminent New York Che atot at Scientist XsJcM s fee Offer to O or 2 j S4erm The distinguished JJewYorkcae JrtrA SlocumdcmonslraUbg lib discovery of reliable cpsMBpUon l v bronchial throat hang and caMt tiaimt tstubbornenl dQpllne atldweakaeestoss oUla1KlcOndltlonof wastlajc any will send THREE FREE BOTTLES aH dUTerewn ofhassewdlsootorteettisii alttletelrea t cr tbo NKWBLKADEB writing fottjic si i C ofs11001eutr6tmlonala tJial of hG laaUlbl Ctlceiylichdacedailydevelopeenewwos4elAeetlt l t tihis great ckeartsf patlc8t1yexpesh It foryeatyaituprodaadreeslteerbeaeiclrl t lto humanity as can bec1lmcdhyJIIoi crh genius ttis asMHieV tkat luflf teeatP y Jtrtea and consumption are curabfo faa ahy cUlnato H prtVien y kaVtfe t letters of if graUtudo filed Wi Amerteoaa EweKr pear laborfctorWHii ttifisiahda from ttirw cured is all pnttgot fife rroili r 3fddlellf 4Cflohj trlltctl alilnterri edt teaeurileeir slidoartAhtdi4et6t t l slndi t k dndfaJhasWdlrc da trHcl c l Ul be promptly 4nfc 8 iere feLiatce cstaduallrrallrfllb M ildiKwZrprypteislbnV YPlcara lolltbtC hbr tltttt Seqtrpiiiii rrrrn1io ptiujti s You att o f enss boob Of nriotffeg riiiice bo1 h foryotorf fwtby uslil Df MOj 1PefjB rMIIit Clilll tfohttfrfo jarljcoodlfjrofi iner 5 hhdA chifl jtfjfoU jrfl juvliig ckliar now It Ttflll crfift tllorlteurewkenYM t1 dYet VfitiinolalfHII1tJt J buck0a Al xl- TholiDkEIh1t f ive eH tlabiVardfor eftr ttratsatIt o urn 1 YorsQtd Tott itliapaed wigCbUblaTn corna irtidxir i4t1tt eraptlnniit iil p6stivoly cUVr WfcSier ho tNiY rcqUirdd rclHguhlrtinlewJto glreptr ni Crt s4tfet ttitSh dr Jhl 1lt1t1daPrleo SSrcen ytitllb3atlYtldots A Koh ertsonarifti ntftot de6etieli il i rerf hrees Tk mcIdeattotHse iI Yau yisg lM1IerWi sve ad frKIn Mwiy Vtry I td CM sauce bee1e fiifiiMilyc Nef lc H II fa fMOlr OkiMM for iftcfcin eMClfavcrfee mMdV fortori BtnlM chaff ei iM k tiilWa frfitU 1 d ciMoafe Myfey1r 15 di psi tstt lttr thihlrlwLRtlNt s tfw1 Ms4wor-dlkioa rItoitiet std rverHiifte =L tMY edh ot food bet Whorse hi d6lldiYO- k JIIIf ism V F I1vI Vw THE NEWS LcADERfi J JJ 1 r tl f gcbbkPrtnkrA5eImi1athg = S2ES2 sMw ckieraL oTXARcoTIc J froAl S6iW r SAectIryrCMrpMUpa SeWS lsk ssaidLoasoESU1Riiw I lWPIWwM n i ASSIGNEES SALE rf vAt Au ee oiR SBin I r WniOJl 8 TUDAY EPT l theoc vtf pipertyfFiRST The farm on which F r S mlnow resideso the Springfield and Mackville turn pike about two miles froni Mack Till ebiftMniBff 14 acres This I fy firstclaw little farm well proved lad in a high state of I cahrratioB Has OE ita good heis e aad baraandall essry o b1olUdinpandnever failing rater i JSECOND A farm ol 118 acres jn o4 Mmepike bout two milesy frp MackviUe This is a good farae well improved and has on Jta comfortable dwelling house These farms are well Ioca te Sf in good neighborhood and con 11 yelieNt to churches and schools Tjkevwill be sold as a whole or divided to suit purchasers 9 TERMS The property willI r6e aold on ft credftpf 6 12 andI 18 moaths with 6 per cent in ieresk Parchasers are requiredI to give bond with security and ft lien will be retained on land Jo curQ the purchase money For Jfarther particulars calLoaJ1 S- It Hill on the premises or address ihe undersigned i j T JNAWYAssTn e J jot of F S HILL elMACKVILLE KY S IARYS COLLEGE I ST MARYSKY CULSHOaJi A2tD COUMEBCIAI STUDIES ftc WJTKIf ATOBUUt BCIEKCES AKD illJ BIGJDJtC krEtPMATiC r f 1 t TEEMS FOR 189798 BotriTwirl tuition per school yiwr 10 months n 125 Porpitbry outfit Washing cJel1dicKn 25 i iTbtiili50 payable as follows IiSeptember6O January 50 April m J Day ischdlars per scKob year 4 55S 10 months 25 IMusk u Pkivatoroom1sf 25- Poirs0 unaer 14 Years f3fechIldren of the same family and 4 I clubsof fiyo from thPSaip1ac fStotaLexpenses i142 in payments of 57 15 acc lOas abova I solicitedIe 1 REV DAVID FENNESS 0 R It t becomodocrPpld chill tonics containing arsenic Arsonlf ruins their boueand pufliithem up They look arisenlfinallyh Dolls Peppermlut Chill Tonlo containsno bonILt Itself It CUrCVhII15- rmube tlr f Pjb hf ii5tii t 3yf iif i SEiTIIATTHEFACSiMIL FACSiMILSIGNATURE OF rxs ON TB- WRAPPER OF EVEEY BOTTTjE O- FCASIORIA IAfa pt tPibi oioU1ee cn1r n kioitoliim Wk Dot aUew aaytaa towH ytt uytUif Me n the pl a or promlsa thit it U jut w geed M irin unrer ertrjr pu psssitSge6tIt cap OA8TOBLA fM JIane lac Inner MOOR V LLE FiornOur Special ondcnt Jinerainonlt13tSUC3j was also plentiful and tttbre was Pryighind 1ond3Yforf in Illinois and Indiana Mr N Go Bublet and wife are tiaiting in Mercer county Well the Primary jsoyer and homohot However we are for the nominees TeR pobhcanPrecinct Cond 0111veryqoietJyt Grume by 5i Derry Ilatchctt by 50 and Thompson by80 but have been told that most jT them haveS been defeated understand both whisky and money were used b eutSoveral epJIb11C PIr did not vote and t was the same way With about thirtY Democrats MraHahcy Weaklej and daugh ter Maggie and Miss Esel1eE11is visited relatives near Jsotland mel w ekIMessrs JMtfalh N S Goode WIll Hooper Logan Bbblet Oliver Gibbons and others from here at tended a picnic at Early Times lmel SaturdayS5A reat many ot Our people at tended qvarterly meeting ai Camp Groundlast Saturday and Sunday Messrs E S Bqblet and J R Moore contemplate sowing about 200 acres in wheat this tall Miss Lula Pile of Louisville is visiting hot slater Mrs Etta Boblot at Bookers this week The health of our community is good at present Yatermelons are selling at a good price and the demand tseems greater than the supply Momenta are useless if trifled away and they ore dangerously wasted if consumed by delay hi cases where One Minute cough cure would bring immsdiate relief Wn ters Browne To heal the broken and diseased tissues to soothe the irritated surfaces to Instantly relieve and to permanently cure lathe mission ofDeWitts Witch Hazel Salve V7stors Browne TJo man or woman can enjoy life or ac compUsh much in this world while suffering from a u rpd liver De Witts LIttle Early nJquIcklyRunning sores innolent utccos and simi yearsIstanding may be cured by using DeWitt Witch Hazel Salvo It soothes strengthens and heals Itls tho great pUocura Waters Browne KENTUCKY FAIR DATES Bardatown AugnstSl 6 days BarbourvUlo September 13 days daysBowlIngdaysEmInenceSraiNapiKLD September 93 days Winchester September 133 daya daysGlasgowPrinceton September 304 days dapsUnlontown dayavdaysIMorgan eld October5 days ToreverTake ZSeor U ecC tail ts euro CrosBlsw reruna monor 1 d i J t r + r dot r rjtfoinioHi Eflrt winter Ida Wire wtisattanked with Jj Gtjjp and liar cm grow o59ribuath1Ito pIiVKlolHtiH nttowdeli Pana could velopIDtoKlnRa New Discovery In slpro and soil lug lotsof it he took a bottle home and to the surprise of all she began to got dOzQndolJlDr Kings Now iJlscovory for cbnsuuip tion coughs nd coldn is gnarrnteed to do this good work Try It Frppirlal bottles at Hqydoh Robortsous lirug Store ODD AD OTHERWISE The Winchester Democrat says it costs 550 a dav to live in Alaska andyet some men who cant maize 15 entsa day to live on here want toleo up there In Sevier county Tonn ten young women whipped a longton gue society youth and rode him on a rail lie talked too much with hs mouth about them A booy in a neighboring county refused togoto Sundaysohool anti on being pressed for a reason stud they kept saying Hurrah for Jesus when they knew he was for Bryin Wimcnester1emocrdt A Georgia colored woman acocounts for hard timea in thatstato on theory that there era too many loafy husbands There is a bur chance that it will hold good for some other sections also A Kansas tanner who simplyo putIand genial Cabinet organ musi iin the evening Pie three times a day Threo spoons of sugar with every cup of coffee Hammocks feather beds cr leather divan at your option for sleeping liising mornIngIone come all Here is a list of questions for vjde awake boys Can you answer these You can any day see a white orse why do you never see iwhite colt How many different kinds ofr trees grow in your neighborhood Wbydoesand a cow eat itlorwaid Why does aYImdhould the inside of a chimney bo the bigger at the top or bottom and why Can you tell why a horsei tethered with a rope always unrav ls it while a cow twists it into knots Why do leaves turn upside down just before a rain What iis the length of a horsea headis it as long as a flour barrels What animals have no front teeth and why Olfl people Old people whof require medicine to reguisto the bowels and kidney will find thn true remedy in Electric Bitten andIc mi n0 whiskey norotberintoxlcant actsIorganaIllbOrebY excellent appetizer and aids digestion Old pepplo find it just oxnctlywhat they need Price fifty cents and Sl0 per DrulIFENWIGK From Our Regular Correspondent Miss Annie Mock of Louisville usvisiting relatives and friends in this vicinity Miss Bertha Barker returned home Saturday after a pleasant visit to friends at Wesleys Chapel Mrs Jane Thompson spent Sat url v and Sunday With tho family of Prof Montgomery Miss Ethel Rogers returned homo Sunday after a weeks visit to Miss Lulu Jeans Miss Msttio Begley accompanied by Mr Frank Anderson ppcnt Sun day with Mr Ln5sey near Tablow Misaes Lizzo and Ann Adams spent Sunday at honve at this place Mrs Sallio Fenwick and Miss Myrtle spent some days in Marion visiting friends last week Miss Annie Mock accompanied by Mr Pat Tobin Jeff Underwood and Miss Sellio Nally Will Nail and Miss Rose Rogers spent a pleas ant day at Tatham Saturday Mr Tom Miller anJ wife spent Sunday with the family of VillU Adams near Fenwick Our school is on a boom Fifty add in attendance and with Mfsp Malhe Ru bourne ns princijal und Mrs Annie Smith assistant ye tire lict a grand success USanledfint Idea otCl WbQtT1 g I ot brteIyouWrit AttO eeys Wtiat Gfcr tbrtr9lO prll 011- uf1 tbe ci to uuDaro letontionayrnnLed tS i Jtt i ttm 1 1 E juiUT1thland about which such tender and holy recollections cluster as that f MOTHER she who watch d e o infancyanc1guidd the life of every Expectant Moth er is beset with danger and allef fort should be made to avoid it meMrI N the Expectant F ReIlOlifit w1thoutldreadbodings to the hour when she experiences the joy of Its use insures safety MotherhoodI of both Mother and isi found stronger after than before cOnfincmentin short it makes C 1Ahildbirthso many have said Dont be persuaded to use anything but MOTHERSFRED lnUMy u wtesdrcn than she did altogether vrMh her urbotoiltlblessing to any one expecting to jbe come a MOTHER says a customer HENDEBSON DALV Carmi niinolo DttiRgtsts at suo or sent by mlfl on reCeipt of mice Writo for book containing tfcstlmonliOs and YIUSII18 Information for n11Motbe 100 Bndfltld BeffnUtor AUuiUG OUR FRUIT TREES hrlftr1orour orchard of 75 acres GARDINER BROS- DEITSYILLE Kr tf Nelson County THETNEW YORK WORLD TlL1i k di iOllI18 Pages o Week 156 Pavers a Year A paper as useful to you as a great S6 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