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ta ch1td Isham d n9s orne H iTham r Deputie 11ttMastensv7 raraeF Moore County Surveyor tr tJr xVt4c pmTt t furr f MJ M Nontumeryoroflertt 1 tC 10 r b J t EC1T cOURT z 4Ifd1 tw tHJJ ticetPotice Tuge ssohti GrMaTs19lj VSfcDAeiayJjrookei City Atjbraey 1ItM l Ittrv s JJSCF4cpUrT 0 t tTiE Ccj1artbe1d ii1Jaflii1S 4 AprdJUIYt and October rr hrcl Directory BAPTIST CHURCH R SebrgaV Swope Pastor Ser r v eI ery Sundav at II am and 730 Pt1UtuJJ aySchoii at830 Prayer- LfeetiugOfl Wednesday night at 730 f = i MTIiQDIST CHURCH t ttey8iPCStiles Pastor Services Liit1ie Fit5tiand Third Suudays in each piouth Iu at tfin and 7O F rn PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH evVRCLawspn Pastor Sext mvices cerSai4aVl a in aiid73 1As ptF Prayer meeting every Thursday birigbtJtIic teATBOLIQCIlURCH vPFJ 7eineay PactorrIJt k tt tQseerXuuday at 8n4 la oclo 3Se lC e atLRosel am hurs if J CHRISTIAN CHURCH ttsat h j R vii F tlpyd Pastor Services seond and fourth Sunday each j 4iffonth l t W lratrn alI Orders i 44 t dL ri E Spriugfleid Iodp 1oQUeetSf second Mouda in each shisx1oI2thr jitbix14O Chap ier No 57 J f11e eV t J pdaf Springfield Council No 52 meets on everY f1Ui ttozIday fsf lcfns fr 1ACAUHS 7Meets- JcYer first Wedhesday uehsonth St11ORiI A I V No 54 iueeis every ednesday uihtIu wj vamp McElroy HalL 4I11s rind N TMEiE f nf1 T i inifii and DepartnreoL Trails l 1 t 4I44 j t1tioAt1 rf prlpgfteld iv nJ0 r t YaUQ3 HILl 186 Booker 547 141 gtsj1 li 87 wrVToodkiwui 003 if I v 1127 Early Times fli2ii5 p 1115Bardstowu- i S2i55 t 1050V i Nszarenlu S8Jt08 80 SamaelB i 413t1O25 Datsvi11cq trc j 10 10 Cane Spring 534 00 Bolbs litIH 15 J t 953 ClearniTnt 701r43 t3ardstovvnJunct r J MB1lplPLvItIe 7 l JJlhbrs h Jltb rark jJi3I1C Santh ljouIsvIHe 750 555 hpiii x Kj I 4A4P j teYouIervon rundpczr wear d jPJrifdiate a JItf itesbf t Herblne It wit1enfoIc nevenerg ciHfclntp the eIixustedtrves r ie2triuedt tan or iniwculap i = isyteiHanA put anew faee oni prjC350ceatsJiJYdoq o t fJ lA 1 iWNro woo i iir Hl p Hl TJ 1 1 I 111ROtISD iL1l V JP tl1 z q M fJ ViDone iWI ntrfiltoo epid Wi Y9 j r Fr eZH1 wen t etmakbtS rtDg omVs ffifd v1gfith Tbe 4iflneny work kin go to pot J I iAut 9uthiSorter makes DjJd i1tz f ThatJa tbetway the seasons fun Seeroe I cahtJgllKiotSlinaonei YJ tf fe am SStineon in larctjpIinc ttt In gzinerr1 w0TECTTO h a philanthropic thnoentJCkY1 B titl1 prompku ZJlaJ ftkf i1ittthiid hrf fthe tlmw11 have been victims of theIutlilvestment company craze zms regulaIconcerns Tha rne urerWch has been f o- randbidiatab IdWaI pon becomea law will afford pre I WOti dfb D es t snga in st l j5 l atthe ainscroirpulousr manager olf these wIldcat Investment del alitlWj Teaoy victimizedsuch a 1aiijge p t of the unsuspectrngput q tlir yinvestmentjness jn the state shall deposit pthev tela Treasurer in mbneyxjr securitieS tfiiSsumof oOQOO or if the capital stock4o f such concerns exceeds tKiit ount thesnm to ha deposited shall be equal to the paid jap capital of the compajpy E 5h cdmpany doing busihealslwll I also be required to1lp ytt Kcen e and publish at regtifer ftiUSfoals statements showiifg ilts firfiaofal condition The effect dft1tbEL law would Beat orice1Benftgiari to those companies abfe lodohii plyvwith its provisibltftit a protection to tho5e inve fbi s w110 are too easily tnit ninvby the promi8cshagents for some 6f tneserwildcat t concerns Investment compan ies when properly managed and those of them that do not pro mise two or three hundred percent profit are ail right but liljei many another good thirigiMias been overworked aiid sflall companies without anything to goon have sprung up like mush rbons and many of them are now collapsing llike soap bubble has been stated in this col umn tile Spririgfkjld publichas n liard hit by these concerns and should tlirs bill now being considered become alaw it would work but a good result to all Those companies unable to comI ply with the requiremeboft the law will be forced out ofbiine- d sI an tlfeTr unfortimatwvyietims will be saved from psuying utJ any more money wifti a chanco lo lose The companies with substantial backing am easHy meet the terrrifi Of the law and llfuieci IH 1AUpopr farmer nearly always lias a hard luck story totell and it is never out pf season for in fsicfe he has different hird luck storias s Inihespritoo mut1i raIn atro flioUiiir p IesI are aUt prbygcaftbis for kicks usromI luck The pifeseHt winter or the one Vliiph let us lhope hasll lybad6ne jtist passed hasbQeirnuU1Sc who were so fortunate as to have athered in a good crop and who had little live stock to keep are aU rightftafl klfid8 of fe edI coinmandeii g dpnc s but i farmer With apt of tock and litttes feJdi- J2ih1deedia a hard ow of stumpssfeets long continued ccWspeiland I the b edxg1titv fltdQ t2k1fer mid Udii gxviiers tr h sti6 tom lIce bothVendSvnieettlrii6rlate cold sPCfwp8 p1tiCUhirTY harn on heiabOY1Xal hundred of b th 1ittl11LT perish d re1nthecountyr Qrts finding yenty t1Vnew born fchfitfs tilttd in hisflock on ndne 4 r a nothQr that out of sevcnty five l igg11eins to feed sixty five otb2t1e to keep them nlhe SJtlihaud f dolluis VtJt talancihc1eS hay s b JbStth comtmersTpg f3 little or no coarn but bad sfgobd crop of focer which ttl f r l 5 isn r911 leuhowever OEU countof the dead snhttofoontainep 2r TlivIsl GT uoSii1iing J prices and so forth the de ticIirttLflkOf0 ibs Va rt jSfaltje y fafiij Wfdre tHe first thoryear when tripricethe prediction was fully made that by this time hojtS would beI fout of sight in price as it was argued that iiif the ndrst place therewera few hogs in the coun ty uRtWen again coin waa going tojfive dollars a barrel and bou1dtoi notpijn out for hogj rejroni Bl to 40 cenjts on the huhVfSf pounds iQwerl np4T than two months ago q hd ifjOiie will but watch the r eaeiptsofother points he will soon lerfrn that there are a few hogs left It nisilendsiytlibitiid per day that iis the gsCc4tnprke and although both articlosare a little scarce in this furtiohMfc fact tltsrt there aleother l1W11eChOgsandrorn gre ittbythfr whoiesale and it will per Iihpsbe many a day before there r cliitcrop Iill sr jA OOpD THING CJerriiaii Syrup the special pre3u Kjtnii of DrA Roschee a elebcatf Grmnn Pjiystcian a ntA1aclcnocvledgdo be one of t aheMedicine It quickly euros Cough Coldand all Lung troubles of thu severest nature removing as it does the cause qtt tin uffeciion and lleaving tthe parts in a strong and healthy condition It is noiun experi mental ediciue but has stood tuo ftstttfypars giving satisfac ttoii in every race which its raqidly increasing sale eVE seasou confirms TAO million bottles sold annually BosjheeSi IGeiiixin 1ni 1t is iw sold in Hveiy town atul viljage in thn civilized WOlI Thnt d1OSS will relieve anyir diny cough Price 7 cents Gut Greens Special Almanac i lDws 1ti tS AVo tHIec IsIIP Humlroil Dollar Ruwnnl tol ui y fle Cntul rh that tMiinot ho rut IIt v KallH iiturrli C iro J YrniJNKVtt P 1rnis Tolpflo o l1kFI J etienyfjtim taut 15 yfiars and licVo hiin ppiToiliy liitiiial lo in nil hOI iliusi truisac oiisnint iinantOally Lhlel tblcMvrjKrivt any olillgaUon made by h4tr1tcuiL WBsr 5rtx Wlioipsnlo 1rngglisis 1ldo Of WuuiNUj KINNAN it MAFVIN U hole tHte Urmqjfsi TylDdo tfall VCSVuf rh Cure is taken intornallT acting djfJMHlvnpoii the bocIamid inn ciuii sqrraem of tho system Iricf 75c per Roftloi Sold bv nil DrngKists t Pily inoniaitlss trentt FIneFrmSoId ltieworthIDanvlielooI The- tract which for fertility CAD tot- eb exc llwlin the Blue Grass consists HeIP theI1t gave the Baptist congrogutidu at Harrodsburg the ihaDd3pmf i Maini street lot apn hicti tie new church there was libverajly tbwafds the construction of the edifice This is only an oilsostaucoL Amonglotbe towardfttIthekiugtonMjmorhi First Presbyterian church of ci r nSb ttt w rtb Is attic Lig the largest land holders in Ken tucky owning over 900 16 res of Bnyles finest soil and a traction more of ihe best land in Merc r DanviMo Advocate LeGacy of tho grip t Isolten a run down system Weakness eiyousnpS iof appetite energy and ambiipiI kj with disordered liver kicDI f ofllItestt need then Is Electri3 Bitter s the splendid torfic blood pus rider ond regnlator of Stomach L Tho1l5antlsIhaH provedthat they wonderfully strengthen tbe nerves build i thesystem and restore to he alth and good spirits after an at c of Grip tfsuffering try cm Only 50c Perfect sot ss ction guaranteed by Haydoa fc Makes Weak Womeh tyStrong1 have taken your Remicks Pepsins Blood Tonic I know it shtoIt will make every weak woman st tarongfinouj1 ll Mrs 0 D Pickering Qliipy Ill For sale by Haydon aod Uobprtsoo There is probably no disease or condition of time human system tIsCs at more siiffDriiif and distress an piles Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment eliteS them qnlc tlywithoun pain or detention from business Price j5 cents in bottle Tubes 75c aydon and HobertsonI Kentucky Coon Dofls- The House galleries enjoyed a humerous debate Thursday when C roausdog tax bill carrie up discussion iu toe Legislature ColDic Brown of Union said it was a measura to rob his con t ituenLs who Vere too poor to own anything but dogs und iiren and that it would re s aLxx w lie murder ipGr pi initeii by dug owners upon dog tux col lectors Mr Cnmo rose to d fcrid his oil and said hui viil ntly Doe Browns eotiimijis ntH1ISC dogs liMrun iuc tffcwn m Hu vvuii d nttr h elected Brown Mr CniiiiJ s nl l0 had rather pee s tlig tax bill pass than be PIpnL of ih United States iii Ict oth food ad rain ni s Ucom earnestly 1alkiiiir bout food ansi rain nieui iris reil Co Brown thu SueaKe iidvinj overruledI pont f order sp is a cpon food attl riiniucut Lookat the lartifrl his Lent arrayed in furs lriiiii from a coon hunt ing olnly arid IIx rise to uefeud the coon dogs f Kontucky Why tnon coons ard lei liedlD mv county than there are sheep iu the whole statet Saed From TorturetThere it no more ajjotiizing trouble cihan pile Theconstant itching iiitlSburning make life intolerable No position is comfortable The torture unceasing deWhts Witch Hazel Kilve cures pilts at once For kind cases cuts buru bruises amd all kinds uf wounds it Is ueeqtieled JtS Uorrell Stj Paul Ark says From 1866 I suffered wiih protruding bleed Ing piles and could find nothing to help me until I uscd a box of DeWi ttlWitch Hazel Salve A few boxes completeiy cured me Beware of conn tcrfeits Haydon Robertson J SaIosmonWdhIted1 tI am in need of a few reliable energetic men to act as my asis cants for he sale of nursery stock Previous experience not necessary Live active men can earn pood wages For term address giv ing full name Tge and reference Y C GRANT 1WColumbia Tenn ABis Steer Mr Geo Asubaugh of Mell wood cilled at The Recrd yes tirday and gave the following account of a Bulitt county steer owned by a Bulhlt couniy farm errjie steer was fed 300 bushels of corn at 50 cents per bushel hftv acres ot sorghum at 510 per acre besides pump Inns and other food When he was sold he weighed 1800 pounds Nelson Record Dou f let the hand of time paint wrinkles on your face Keep young by keeping the blood pure arid the di gestive organ in a healthful condition Herbine will do this Health is youth disease and sickuass brings old age Price cents Haydon and 4tobcctsou ml RiiratlleliverycouI That Is What the Citizens of the County WantDe BUSINESS Of MUTING STEPS The citizens 6f the town as well as those in certain parts of the county directly effected have at last become aroused to a dev terrnined effqrt to secure the free rural delivery mail service which is being offered by the govern m Dientsudden awakening of interest may be accounted to the fact- that a movement has been start to establish several routes lead in hoga good part pf Washington coun territory That citizens is county who have for years been supplied with mail servi from the Springfield hiouldbeno canfingesu nimailoriy th agosevi fodedpa serviceTDatcitizens of Springfield do desire to retain the patronage of all of the farmer citizens of this county wasclearlydem meeting of the business men of the town held on last Saturday morning The object of meeting was to tare to w hiardof stjsoveralruralJudge WJE Selecman was chosen chairman bf the meeting and Tbos A Medley Secretaryr Postmaster W A Waters stated the situation briefly in regard to the proposed mail routes If seems thatsqme immediate action iu regard to the proposed route in fethroughlying south of St Rose and southwest of Springheldis found necossary tobe taken As iaSH been stated in previous issues of this paper a petition gotten up by the citizens of the neighbor hood asking for a route leading from the Springfield office t tihroughI wurded to Congressman Dave Smith some time ago A counter petition or remonstrance however was sent a little later on and Mr Smith responded that inface of a protest it iould be difficult to secure the route as asked Ittdevelops later that this remon trance while containing a good many signers did lot include many who could be effected one way or another by the routetas many of the signers lived miles aAay A cqmraittee was appointed at the meeting to com muni cate with Congressman Dave tomithlay before him the t statet of affairs and it is hought that as soon as he understands the situation ho will take the matter up and use his influence to secure the route Springtieldwhero it cerUinly lproperly belongs Another proposed route is onei g yoingand Simms neighborhood It is understood that Lehanon is also after this route although the majority of the patrons along the proposed line live in Wash iington county Still another route which has been spoken of l isi strictly a Washington county one and takes in Pleasant Grove Colds II I couIhardly sCherrymediate relief7 W C Layton SIdell III sHowbe tonight Worse prob aablybthentchitisat last consumption sCoughsbdownwarddownward tendency by takingAyers Cherry Pec toral tuI 2ScS ct JUKratsU Coninit onr rJf talcr It thin do U u irs1r to take It theft dont take It He knows it with him We are J ATEB Loveli Katf sev and that section of the nty Committees were ap pointed at the meeting on each of these routes The meetit adjourned to meet again next iday morning at the Peoples posit Bank to hear reports from the committees and to take further bteps Backlens arnica salve The best and most fumbus compound in the world to cot quar aches and kill pdm Cures Cuts Burns heals Burns and Bruises Subdues Inflamation masters Piles Millions of boxs sold y arly Works wonders in Boils Ulcers Felons Skin seases It cures or no pay Haydon and Robertson BcvilldMr J M Bevill died at I ae in this city on Thursday February 12 1903 after an illness infl ning of Mr Bevills illness dates beewas sfrirken while on a visit to s sons in Cleveland 0 Ilie me back horns and was con dd to his bed for several onths A man of strong cou r e he returned to his work t refully tecuperated His cc stitution was unable to stand ti strain and he was forced to again take to his bed where he remained under the administra- tIon of loved ones arouud nim until deathwas caused by chronic pleurisy and acute neph ritis Few men were better known I inllowBevilleLoyal to his friends devoted to s family charitable to allV rict in his religious views onest in all his dealings life was an exemplification of the truly moral Christian man He was born in Springfield Ky April 15 1837 and was therefore 4J8aring his 65th year During bisJservices in the cause of the Con deracy and served as Second Lieutenant in Co K 8th Cav alry with bravery and distinction He was a member of John Cecil Camp No 1258 U C V off this city He was a graduate of West Point At the dose of the war be returned to fi pelded Miss Mary Elizabetn Grimes w ho with he foljowing children survive hm Messrs Seth Will and John Bevill of Cleveland Oy SpalqingJviiip of this city Deceased came to Lebanon and engaged in the tailoring business Feb 12 1874 antljias resided here continuously witb tiifiL exception oftwo years spent in 0 eiisboroFal COD pclerksI have been much troubled with dyspepsia belching and sourstoui writas M S Meao leading pharmacist of Attleboro Mris I could hardly ngBeTeralei hours My clerk suggested tjiat I try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which I did with the most happy results I have had more notrouble aud when one can go to eating mince pic cheese candy dlrgestioa must be pretty good I indcrse Kodol UyVouall the good food you want but dont onerlOak our stomach Kopol NjJysaepsia Cure digests whrt eal Vaydon and Robertsou A Close CallIA shooting affray that might h aye had a more serious ending occuredju Eulers confectionary last Thursday afternoon wbei Judge P C Walker emptied his revolver at Mr AC Wither onlytent lat ort Only three shots wok througbMr oneinthird taking effect in his right The latter bullet has never been positively located butiit is not thought that erious any effects will result Ihera from as his condition is favor rElbadbeenlng een hemfora number of years but their friends had prevented any difficulty between them pedhatblyettledfurthertroubJeLawren YAkeets All xneyliGrovesi ffaturelBoni eacHox2Sc L M6RC SUGGESTIONS J gMr SHtherlani AiSwers Mrr Grays Remajks oil thcRoal QHestliii j jLtMaple Hill Febi 24tnp02 Editor NEWSLBAIDER A few weeks sihcei wrote a few Jfof 1onpublished by you wlierein I see that Mr J H Gray of theHar d sty Schoolhouse yiciniti takes issue with me Tfle readers of the NEWSLEADER yflll no1 doubt recollect I stated jand believed that thehucktsers steameugines surreys buggies land wagons pISour Gray saitTit would be unconstitutional Wen ram no great constitutional law yer and Isuppose in that respect Mr Gray has tbej advantage Again he says lIt dqnt know w I am hut thinks I acji a contractor or want to be one aid Isuppose he means ovrseerr am overseer but get po0r pay for 410 doubt my friend is aware that an overseer receivesn9 pay for Ihis inse ngeno pay jobs bit am simply acting because I feel an in our public highways interim willing to do all in my feeble way I idscana lugndto do as much to help maintain tthe roads as anyone else accord g to his means when it is gone a litdidnt he while consumingi so much valuable space why dic nth goesisaj lengthy article and winds up by saying he dont think my plan will do and dont think his plan is right and it nanseemswho will writp siich lengthy- articaland wind hip by say jflc that he dont belieye in what hen h casexpect other people toVbelieve iit Well 1 haveI given in the way of hauling and work op the titchurnpikeyear ever since wejhave had free roads and free of charge and c rove what I say iLet Mr Gray- speak up and say if he has dono likewise aud again he says bEds not ashamed to sign his name jit and all I haVe to say about that is you know Mr Edifor iit iis quite a fancy wi some ipeo ie to see their n in print Neither am I as f to sign my name for I hay never done anything that need to be shamed of Nmtr I dot think wrongtmore han likely be started out to suggest some good lan for the betterment qf our roa ti ot a litt e mixed up 11Ha calls my attentJpftt4SeJaflt t ghand wagons are a ready taxedj i that I admit butsu Dpose a buck ster gives in his on fit at say well the turnpike lax would 3tist 50 cents for a v hole year and he then travels the roads twelve months for the pitiful sunTof50f centswbat we people of Wash i pngtonby which we can hvegpodrc i if th plan I suggest isint right letl us all put our heads together and hunt up one that is NoW Mr Editor I will promise you will do no morjo ftfssing ft through your paper but instep wiirdo all I can tjo better our countys condition With wishes for all I remain Respectfully Yours DB SriIERLA4r aved her chjlfe Life In three weeks our chubby title boy was chand by Pneu uionia almost to a gkeletonwri tes Mrs W Watkins xtf Fleas ant City 0 A terrible COUth set in that in spite of a gooddiks tqra treatment for se grew worse every day wethdn used Dr KIngsNw Discovery for consumption and our dar a elIugt feWeine saved his life ijilfcons krIowu d iits the sply sure cure for Cough Colds and and nfl Larng tiis casps Haydon and Roe sort guarantee satisfaction 50 100 AM r t9 rQft fgaMar Ii eYK7 ti fS Laxative BcooQiiiiIeTl- e J qMtu j NctIsionLsSIrom the Standaad- 4 The manyMends oJEMrli Drif O Connor are glad toi iiliiia Jntagain in a fair wsjf5tpii I iiOiiinJcold weather experience 11lhands which Were frozen fd tbt wrists it was at first leartd would haye to be amputated fiat under the constant and heroic attention of his wife he has par tin ily regainod the use of one The other is alsotnuchimproved Mr OConnor waS drjyinitfroiii Taylorsville to Bardstb h and when a few miles this side of Bloomfield lost his way Alter sp enthngthe nigtht in a fruitless effort to regain nis bear ngsthl was Vescued early next morning almost entirely overcome with o aqysome kindly colored people whomMr OGbnnor says doubtlessl saved his life Mr Charles Qonlln and Miss 1OMnbieBarnes of Bellwbbd were Tmarried11y Judge Daugherjiy y esterJay The bride is d ugh LUter of Mr Reason Barnes and Is an unusually pretty youngpladyj The groom is an IJlduStrtouJ young farmer p Josh Hobbs a colored tel7ster in the employ of SheriC Cokendolpner died very srnidtv ly in Spencer county last Satur day night He was employed at Mr Cokendolpners sawmill and was an industrious and respected man It is thought by OMetat he ruptured A blcod7MelUl l fting im a heavy log whieH re ulti ed In death whi1eothos r eli Tt e died of heart disease His home was at Obaplin When pain or irritation exists im any part of the body the appUoatlpa of Ballaids Show Twintmenf will give prompt rlief PriceSS amdSO eeuts Haydoa and Robertson r Tlw Last heart tf It gMy littla boy tooktha croupoai uid soon greMso badt1tatiould hear him brahth all ever tie Kassinvrpalddie tita few dosas of Cne Minute Coagh Cure restored href and hs weat to sleep Thats he last trc hiarde the Croup Now isint a co ghcwr like that valuable One Mttiate Corn isabsolntpty safo and cijIrnaedlatts ly For coughs cold roap TIP bronchitis aud all throat aitd hug troubles it is a cerjtain cutJ Very likeMHaydon fbrtson jfr 2Lightningsl Queer Freak Mr T 0 SulIlyza who now occupies the J Br YcGM1 r near Coxs Creole tells of a queer result of lightning thathe wit nessed in this county S Itflle ago Mr Sullivan says tiiato- het farm he was then oceupyiBf grew a particularly fine oalctrt the first bratchea olhicJtwen fifty ieet fjfom the earth 3iM tree wasa magnificefitipeciwjplt L4is kil dai1dwas4 so c et reat pri 8 tQtfS1S One day during a severejtfium b1oi econtotwlth the oak above tlMi first branches and topped tfci treo juat tboye tkatK41it It then ran down the stem aJad lltSiti in twain teafisf Ibe two bthi fob4 a a1ll1- s ingI them a cop8igera jf jltslasee A great hole was ora it 1M earth and the diMumier- crest of the tree setSiddoirm liltQtbe cavity ad RreeiMtei ayory appearamc ot laarJMf erown there from the bgiuIirStandard itlrelyt tofrirlM w Jtsyt pto Mr n announo Inc that lyP Xit M Cream BAl Ia like tJO2MprpSS e tron of1bateIrbhrrnidr IitM ffecteddrvfi1cor saulng rIM Lq4c raIm isactftftftr to IBM Iki patienta who have trroWe laJaiM Ing throngh the le aai jitMi rt tog ThoPritf inpIwUMf IJ4 ial NewYorfc ii iWIKeTbefhMtNiMl a of the clock tiaveta twiO1rPr tH idial Perry Davit iPaUricilk bwtUoss cold will esetks tiffctoMMr e obest an4 1i1ICe bi iir plseoiseiifa J otlcoaairyntil roswi bto If7H hiye HtlpfbutPay Tb tssTbs u IHI1N e 0 xatlveBoroQMiagsTs Xcpld in one 4 y Xo rsPaprice2S ceata 7iMurthurs r rw r J JHT IprT 0 W USED BVEEJT THURSDAY ill A YEAR IN ADVANCE tSPftINGFIELDKVf i ill tL D4VISON Jr h 1 ED1UEA1PUSUER = iooal or bi tnw3 notices 10 tents pe auf 5C ot8- fer- lnsrtlopIofor tho first Wh subsequent Insertion and politicalmatter J Calls on candidates i cents perU Jqbwork Is done at low rates but cash must bQ paid delivery of goods liberalAtliertISIflg contracU mad on rt ltrm i of respect 3bLtharleI and resolutions i Ants perline Alr1coUczENT ciinty Magistrates 2Soq doWtr Officers iruo SDistrItOmce t 1902 I mrR8DAY FEBRUARY Z1 k t The following is the llatest I neWS from the Kentucky Legs ita The CoX billapprOPrJzd jfl11OOO for annualpremmms bylJ fora State F irw passed the House and it now goes toJ StheSenate The House recom c kited the revenue biU to give pinterested persons opportunity to beWard Afeong the bills fpassedwasone fixing the sala ousVill City COurt offi Ties iw t ms Among the Trills passodbY the senate was the Byron Anti Trust Bill which is identical with the Texas law The Soil t ate Adopted the report of the v Committee on Charitable Insti i tutions fayojing the removal l of t iome of the HopkinsvilleAsylum officials and tabled a petition by J C I Caufield charging miS rnanage03entifl the conduct of f prisons1Tho inftucofnew billsI brings the total up tto 241 in the I s Senate and465in the House Prince Henry has arrived inc this country and is now being gtyep the glad hand by the American people President Roosevelt entertainedthe Prince Iiat WJiite House on Monday in K handsome style The launching of the Meteor the GeWaEmperf Anierican bjiilt yacht at rorsShooters Island New York bay- was the feature of the morning i inPr nceHenrysitiner4 t Tuesday ay Miss Alice Roosevelt christened the vessel and with a silver hatchet cut ihecord thatrel easedit on the waysPrmce Henry j and President Roosevelt were r the other central figures in this f4 iiscenei A luncheon to thePre i 1 dent on the imperial yacht vVjaohenzollern followed During the ternpen the Prince visited the Gity Hfetod was formally jj adered the freedom of New Yoric City by Mayor Seth Low eIIPdtice Henry replied to the courtesjin a graceful speechn 1 dp me BIIgIdiIt iis a t limit trees spoiled by the blight You can always tell them from J the rest They never dp well afterwards but stay small and fT i sicHy It is worse to s ea blight strike child enGood i health is the rfiatural right of children yJButtjsome of diem dont get ih rights While the rest grow pig and strong one stays small and weak Scotts Emulsion can stop that blight There is no- reason why such a child should stat smalL Scotts Emulsion riSa medicine with lots off strength in itthe kind off 1 tre hthat makes things grow f Sc tts Emulsion makes v children grow makes them eatti makeithem sleep makes ihem play Give the weak child a chance Scotts Emulsion will make it catch Up with the rest J l nil P9ct ie represeni the Trade Mask of Scott V Emulsion and 3In the wrspptrof every bottle Sisid Jor FresiikS- COTT 1bWNF 409 Pearl St New YotfL 50Cand ft all druggists 1IWHiWflfi i ifijiiiifiiHii Ii fiiW HtiiniI 1t N ws From The County k 1 =t Happenings Among the County People g asReportd by our Correspondents iInn ritnnfTftftnnftnfttLflflflflttf5fl1Thn nnnnX cVU1UU r rrxx Mackvile ToptDeer of Marion county was called to the bedside of his father Jast week Wilbur Peter sold a four year old muleito the Young brothers of Dear your town at 6750 SamDeer who has been quite low we are now glad to report- sS much better and out of danger Mat Hilton who has beenlI qijite low with pneumonia convalescent and we hope to isJ this popular young man out soon r Died on the 21s4 Mrs Tom VoUwoi heart fulure ia berrj fortieth Ydar Funerall servicesi ere conducted the following ay Interment iin Perkins burying ground Died on the 20tb Mrs Ida in her 22fld year of con sumptiom at her tome near Mackville Fuceru services were conducted the following day at the Baptist church by Rev E P Couch suet which the remains were interred in Peters cemetery t PLEfltSlNr GROVE Frank Moore of Louisville is- isifing relatives here Dave Litsev returted to Cen J tral University Mon dty Mrs J A Kelley who has been ill with pneumonia is re covering Baron Parks sold five mules to parties in Springfiled at an average of 75- Walter Baker left Mrnday for Illinois where he will remain for the following year Joe Eid Thompson bas reiura ed to Bowling Green where he will reenter school Mr and Mrs J S faukey left Tuesday for Lejcufrton where they will visit relatives Mrs Lucien jrejjorv and family IIt ft Monday for Boyle couutywbere they VIii remain or the following week Mr Alfred Dohonay and daughter Miss Mpry who have been at Frankfort for tho past month returned Saturday Mrs Dr Layton of Nw Yeek who has been visiting Mrs J 1 Mattin Lere left for Florida on Tuesday where she goes for health TathamSprinsst James Goff sold a cow to Eias Perkins for 50 Uncle John Shields sod a cow to J B Jenkins for 130 Tbomas Scott was in Spring- fieldl last week or busines Winfield Lawson sold a borse to Allen Breeding for 4J Quite a number of i ur p opo attend county CqIL4iiZ- ayReCpeil filled his regal appointment here Sunday James Goff and fam ly will leaVe for Bloomington oon Refry White sold some hngs to Jot nDY Hardin t5centpF r round Miss Mattie Begley cf Fenwicl vtsitej Miss Emma wthi bs week Georgo ShiElds and family ave ntxt we k for Trre Haute Indiana Theodoe Breeding aid family will have soon hr Illinois We wish him success Mr Equire Ro idty and Viiss- Xora Searcy were muxriod a Penns Chapel last week Wheat has earbed the thAn mark at the Tatham Flour Mil and will ftrbaps reach 110 Mr Hadin Mitchell was Strtdken down with paralysis and is very low at this writing Hurtle Poster and Ed Jerkins wilJ leave this week for Asump ton Illwhere ihey expect tto spend s me time The bad weather is causing ouble among the farmers as it will makethem late boutsowing their tobacco beds Mrs Addle Foster gave a o ster supper last Thursday lifchuatj her home Allenjoy d theajfeelves and had a good tIm liMsrSis Holt died of para1y is ilssY wprefShe leaves u husband und six children to mouru her death 5f1I6JVassWhile on his return from Spfl nc field the horse became frighten Ieq arrd ran ibe buggy over a and threw him out and fell on him He may recover Mr Editor I notice in your last issue of the LEADER you prescribed more corn and bay for the dtsease among horses in lOUt community I reaaiiy agree imIpossIbletion in this end 6f the county Will you please suggest another notIbesond MOORES71LLE Ed Yates is very sick with lagrippeSNo new cases of measles have been reported within the past week Mr JaiI Koyalty spent a portion of last week at Sharpn yule Roy Ohesser of Polin visited Him Sweeney of this place last Sunday Mr Robt Gray of Hardesty Schoolhouse was in Mobrasvilie last Saturday lr Otis Milton of near Mack vile visited his aunt Mrs Millie Boblit last week R chard Trent has taken a relspsH but we hope nothing serious will happeu Mr Sam Tingle has bought his old home place back from Rich Cheatham asdhas removed to sme Mis Louise Settle gave a Martha Washington pi rty last Saturday night At large qrovd was present Several of our people were in Sp iD field last Monday it tveinp the beginning of circuit as vrel as couritjj court A fine Stiiith Weston pisol was r ffiid offiat Mooresville lat Saturday valued at 15 Mr Jes Wt bburn was the lucky muOur neighbors have ordered a car load of coal whivh will be deivered this wvwk Several are out nod will be glad to get their coal Mr Elijah F rris removed last Tuesday to the farm he recently purcoastfdof Mr GTab Keigiitly We weiuirie bill aiid fuinivy in our mds Judge B L LISBV andwife passed tartiotiour lwnJaRt Saturday en roue to Bluorntield to anenit ts funeral of Tbeo Briggs Esq I Mrs Susie Gttley has i ur chased a ttuci loft lauii tom W Si Boblitt god with enct a house ut once Mr Pettu of Spring 3 Id hits the contract Mr Thomas P Moore tj ve a ocal last week Mr Colie Gngsby and Mr Ji W Moore eaib gjtrp a dance last week 11 ilirne were v attended and ever thinK passed off quietly Well w have bad a terrible spill of weather fri the past few week TB hOI e by the time iliis is rriitfd tbo weather will favorable for work as all cf Iiour wen ire ucixious to jro to workVo oKid a fne rural delivery Wxir II e in this tnd of the c iu Why dots Dt some ute nUb h wetter in hanJi It cu iim art from Bfiit r to Maud iiemvb MOlr t ile intu P lin tla4to Jin PolitjV hence lo yailey Hill ibe e to Bo ktr Most eeri n non this jif vlIuldfoe b ICVH t will I K fcr his rotc N 1X1lSU Dear Mr Eait r nd Reader As it has been qritP a tim e since we have seen Huvtbijig fronit the lure sort village I Vut fI t a ftw liis from We would tenf same iii st to the many readers of news that I willI try in my feble way 10 tell the happen ngs of ibis vec on ul the county GS G ode wt 0 has been very low is recovering We have a new store at then corner of Main aid Church street styled tt e irlass from t Miss Mql i Shanks Post ms tress at this who has benq nte UlMiin had Dr Ru Bards ca IfdI lr la wee is improving Coin is worth 3If balrel hut not much cbaogiighanJ sot60 and 75 Ibsaro sllii g from 5 to 5i centg and f c roe At these figures JRobert Voung boight ooei steer calf from Jahn Lanhara for 16 A L Li they offered W DrPurdom 5 per head for twelve bthslqt sheep P C Wv Peterson and Sons tire coal dealers aru putting up ia nice lot of iceto supply the county seat with at cut rate prices next bummercJohnny Barnes traded buck board and harness far 44 brooms and Johnny says be can sell a fellow a broom so cheap he will think he has stolen it Reports from sheepmen areI not encLuragiug A great many are losing ope half of the lambs sheepHlambs J R Claybroolfe reports 10 lambs lost one night Trade of all kinds is at a standstill as thismonth has been nothing but ground hog weather and that means a demand lorI coal or wood1 notwithstanding stock of all kinds is looking well Well as there are a good deal of Paris Green talk iI want to say a few words about it I haveI sean some very fine crops of tobacco raised at Litsey Clay Brookes store since Christmas and have never seen anyone with Paris Green and some of it st putlouthave undertatfen one if could have spared the time from my ewes and lambs but if the boys get a price Ivill try my hand next winter We haye organized a temper ance order in our town The ordar 7as organized the 25th Jof last month next day after county court with the following six members R N Kimberlin A L Liisov 0 M Drury Col R E Whayne Steve Wilson J R Claj brooliH Jr The lodge is koown as the Six Briilr Jewels ui Texas witn Col R E Whayne in Ue Chair and E NIKimberlin at the des and J R Claybooke as Cashier and tile community is predicting a brignl prospect for the order iu the near future W h ixethenamt of C B Jeffres und Jrtk Peur son aidipaty ttllEn wkwillI come in rtftnr court day ONE OF THE UIUOHT JEWELS NclNTIRt Throu no fdnlt If m no nor of the Editor but from some cause my letter of last week MrlEditorin the near future I think all the tjorrespoudjnts should do ttheir hur io 08 kInews lida u od one as we have a nw press and other things needed The people nojfimilyshould be without the NKWS LEADER Miss Marv Joe Dowlibj is visiting relatives tear here Mr Jim Montgomery sold a juck to Mr Alex Hamilton of Meaie Mr Eugene Hill bought of James McCullum a mare the prre unknown Misses Etta Hill and Hattie Blanford have ben attending sch ol in your city Watt OBryaq bought several hunches of hog ajs section prices ranging froW Pets Several sheep have beet aound here and it is reported that w11 yrs inhabit this vicinity Miss Est lle Ballard of Hoy Cross and her brother Mr Em of this place made a flying trip to Lousville this week Mr Kberker of Ohio and Mr Hume of Columbia Ky were in this section last week and while here bought of JB Hill a fine jjack delivered at Lebanon Mr Ballard our promising young merchant ani post master has bought Thomas Nallys heuse and bt in this city for f250 aud the next thing we shall bear will bowelL guess what Mr Richard Keen and Elisha Siroms started for Iowa last week We are very sorry to lose them from our midst and are sure they left a host of friends aswell as a few sad and hroked beartn but cheer up dear girls there will come a time orp day I BOOKER The snow and ICE is about all gone but where are we at nowt lathe nud As there has beeti no newel from here for some L will lot off a fefr it m Mo llet people know thawBooker did not freeze out entirely There seems to he a moving breuzs among the people of this oomrounity Will Mann has moved to the hou e vacated by Tbos WalL Irvin Mann to the cottag on thepike vacated by John Devihe Jesse Mann will soon move to the farm he bought of Mr JohnR Barber that has been occupied by L J Hamilton for the past three years and the dear girls ont know where they can find LouIs in the future While I am not a young lady I hate to see Louis leave our town but 1 think be will come back to see his old friends some time Mrs Josie Settle gave an en tertainment to her young and accomplished daughter Miss Louise at Pleasant View Febru ary the 22d from 6 to 11 oclock pm Those present were Misses Lula Thurman Bertha Coke Ada Miller Julia Spencer Annie Lee Malone Louisville Cather ine Carothrri Alma Smith of Bardstown Annie Wood HinTcle Pearl Dugan Jennie Whitesidee Villa Murphy of Bloomfield Bessie May Marshall stringtown Blanch Swearingenof Woodlawn May Bodine Matie and Zadie Andrews Josie and Lily Snehan Myrtle and Della Virgin of Mud Daisy Sbauaty Myrtle Croake Predenckstowb Messts Char he Marshall Louisville George LJur hurst flfm Brown Allen Atltiusun Earl Roby Hardin Del rich Bardstown H B Hord Glenn Wood iSpriogfield Willie and Alex Hinkle Kyle and Roy Dugan Carrol Allen of Bloom field Hugh and Logan Marshall Dave Nicholls of Striogtown Willie Huston Geo Andrews Willie and Huston Wiketield Hubert Virgin of Maud Abner King of Cox Creek Edward Goiley Valley HillKent Mudd Prederickstowu Burr rume Croakesville The house was decorated in red wite and blue Brilliantly lighted with Japanese larnernsof ailI colors At 11 p ra ihev were mvued to the diciiiir room where the tables tromoltd iiuier the load of fruits cages uud ices The even iegwas speut witii up to date music and various games in tact everything to lease ihH oung The punS iaaies Irom Louis reoIMy ihrjy atllujet uairi- PUILJJIM Tho infant bhld of Joseph Deacon was buried Sundav Mrs Uba3 Bishop who has been on the sick list is much Improved John Nutgrass ss no boner All others who have been ill are convalescent t heenIing lost the usfe of his right arm Mr W T Prather buugnt one tialf interest in the farm former HlstdinI beenIvery lov tr twi years no baffledjIj ktkkkrNI I J II 1buI house market Call IUd make selection I and be ready for I SEEDING TITCE I You remember is near at handand we have grass seeds all kinds r I mpike a of seed Oats f 1 THOMPSON ioji John Carrjcoi wife dlvd OB dUI1unkuomains were iQt rt4did Brush Grove ccmeUrr SIIM lav1l two belplms littlec14jn- Al Stinnet Aucisqi William Mead has thought a mortal wound upon ffloyd Simpson an honorably and enterprising merchant ef that place It iIs thokgbt that the trouble arose over a business settlement t Mrs Geo Holt I Uiigbly respected lady of pur conamunUjr died Thursday evening at 5 p m Paralysis caused her death She was interrea sit Chaplin cern terjj Mrs Holt way a ylHtei of Rev F M Hill presiding elder of the M E church South and who probably deleaves more credit surrounding coiditioBt c n idered thaq any was as et born in Washington comity The largest qativeforest tress of Anderson or adjacent coun ties stand upon a bill orerlouk in Salt river not fac from the village of Camden The timier belongs to Mr Whitehouse Iunderstand hllol e sold 10 trees to some Bloomdnld parties The 10 trees vi1 tuak 1300 hetof lumber th j on tract of deliTer lug thse monarch poplars to Blocmfled hax been let to the Barker Bras who lay agreed to make the deliv iy fur liO I noticed a cotnjj u icatlon in the NBVSLKADEK from Maple RIll county roads While agree the Tax Payer in some roipects I caat in all I hoe always objected to Robbing Peter to pay Paul and if you force Ii huckster who drives iwo horse team to pay a tax df sweaty dollars a year cud one who rent sos horseVagon es dbllart a year thin these bu katera woula lev an embargo on the butter and eggs belonging tp our women Did tby not relaliale whea we had that old relic of barbaj riw the toll tctte Thai the w0u paid tha iteddlers toll lit Tno Kind You Have Always Bought ad which hM bin use for over 30 years has borne the signature ef has heen nndtsjr Jab per fMrand supervision since IW IataJiq no one to deceive yea lathi All Counterfeits Imitations and Justaagoodar hat Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health esT Infants and Children Experience against Experisaeafc is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Caster Oil Pag Drops and Soothing Syrups It fa Plea tIIgorlc neither Opium Morphine Her ether uence Its age is its guarantee It destroys Wee and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wlsti Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures CoastifaUaa and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural siety The Childrens Mothers Friead CENUIHE CASTORIA ALWAYS 9Lj ghtiJ And we can afford to sell them att close figures Our it now full of some of the latest and nofbiest v hieles on the Auy Style aud any Prjr 1 Spring must of IWe Specialty Northern C GREEN oouuI t concerning with vwde What PanaceaThe Bursthe5ignsturf 1TRNMUIUALI4Investpient tIII OLilRkaKy s I I GWMcELROT AGENT 0 sjrngIa1dKy 4 1Hl Irl p directly 1 am InlaYQroft tbej roads in the state being built and maintained lilce thom inth state of Ohio Wnvhuld I fitoj a road commissioner vrho shful be elected by tile people Fl shouldl have a ti edthIsticeeding 1500 per var andi iv should be his duty n jn i superintend rtsP49I t1l1vII all needed reut t lii Htt and blat MJd r to tbe piiii f r when tbs work c xrlti out of th county bi uv i should till a haut or llh UI v that mUlit be pUcmi jin h b t andBhouli bi punUleti v h sad iuipri oumeiit ir 0 I fcataace lu office At tbi village on th Vlinst Ofcured difficul ylouthnTl- lCmas Hums an4 Jusn Humes against C C jiind f W Foster The facts upmittei to to the writer are air follows Id Jenkin was sulicitd to drink with tbe Humes Jenkips de cliued their solicitation the Humes attempted to pour the whiskey down bUn whn he call ed to J W Posterior issis Uace As Foster wait trying to quiel the aifficoltv Joseph Hl1l lared Foster and threatened to kill hiss with a knife About the sane time Tboi Humes struck Foster a tremendous blow with a slat inflicting an urly wouad oa bis bead whereapon 0 C Foster appeared m defense of hit brother aad made himself master of tha situation by sound l7thrashiig tbe Hume using his flit M a weapon if offeaee and defense Fortunately uo loMtf ftcsdroily injJred +c4 sm4 7r41 Oertste creeds lMa tej eepohIce eartals lanftri s Praicticallr all Britlsk auBUfscturtrs ectcoa for zttupl art Quakers Thee In LoaI ilab t ka wu BM9factgfrs of Christ Boas card ar Jwi Wbbfvcr WetaknaBveDlN to Louden te seek his feriua It Is long odds oubli raaklii a Vhf either to the lfoJli1r drug tort btalnttM Iriilnn p probably ewtefte tile fart tkat ltieo1 lack tbr CBHJQUlklU luvtlliot fiWk oJe uallsm tatu Tatter i e4m Ia PaasI1Wkllt tht ipMylp as a wbol aia- ywrIteekltdy tliih tey4Idaen ntioiiage aalil au od writing Ust h tr tbtr are sit so uieuy really vx oelleut peaaeL Tlw tIIli1p1Jcatta of Vu taeM cotlefM ku lu prorad tbe hiiiUMrrttltif ef a i ertlea t the public while tbe Inrttitio a f the typewriter baa mad It w ler to tqalre extra wazwhenjthe j salaries Ht a w there Is tack a sllcht dfuawt tar ge4pwrltrs tiMt the BMT kit 1erwtKieL Ne jpeBsiaB CaB Mwits a tTpewrlUr a54 so the sitef s 9erier SMimaaiihiji Ihi jradmaJ IrrdztIeet aM wUhieEtbeleit- ChkaqelaterOOaa t rcSfie lntesMl leek bsll AIHdea to fruserrts as a relic aear thVyreseat alt ettHhe 4101 It was tallt br tile Nsrthwetitm Fur ceapaay J- alIltle Ml ft t IkE aad 8 feet I Meats wide It hM aUft et aIM feet aa4 a 4tfU t twe a4 a Hit fee- tDi1 the war ftt Jtia k WAS WIt vrtckta The tarlyjiay tie ctsifaalts wt4 iato Mttte watorwsj t took a w CTsla tL ipn ARTiFIIACICETPr- IcIpib17p WbiTka- Ifr Ct i b KuMetiL i The principleupon which tie VMaa facture of tee U based tha cu when com pressed gathers best rM4fJMiaDowedseeks to regain Its best by withdraw AFtuse can Uqueied compsnUIrely little pre fa re t movtur the water frew ce aZ monfa by dUtyllatioB ks1it1re4a a uioula is obtained Thte co9frireo e4 by a ciiiiiblned ateani punipaadI cm liressor and the resultlsy Kq ehea Induces fieat which Is eceB ailfeU J T circulating water about the reseat er Iljt conttlnlng the Ikjueflcd auineimIa Thus the antmonbi Ii cooled and tebeat largely jinsfcrrcd te tHWIWhIch Ia then pumped buck te the boiler that supplies the ste pep Tbe liquid ammonia la tlea carried bt a pipe to expansion coUC thatdt rd plenty ef room trlta evaperattoa iwhen it begins oretura t the gasedea form and to draw heat from Its swr jedeeefbftwater are placed in cmitact irMk tJHt expansion coils and la dae tiIai lee is formed tt i rfTwi WrMT A cfergymaB lecUrbv a Caffttl Punishment took strsaf jr toiis against the death penalty arcpJafftlMt While it was wrong for astaa te ee mit murder It was tort sk MMr nn to kill the Murderer aad that tfwrongs never wade a right j At least said lie I iMtwlwaricC tint one cue where they ItI AaiJM proceeded to relate the tttewUf ilfrjr pre uwabb In support et his a fs ment A man eatered a tsaatij jgnsry where number et Ute irtHafm fat around oa barrels aa4 IMWM a4 sik ed It two apelI aiJe tJTVlfat The response was Kern Ikr I thought till recently csatia iil i when t met a stranger whVasrti sM to change a fire dollar Mil ftf Mfa did so and after hla depsrtcrejcedt- he bill was a counterfeit II f ittft a It II4JtfUwEeeeerthai xclalaud that te Were two VYMfi certainly but tHY 444at ask t Well replle the toe tktr a e J aU right JwPs NMiuy worklBg jewstors wMk whsss artklts fore feft tt rtfUc art very tricky ltBdhrldvaki te4eedr a 4 wtsat are th trck f victims A great jstrkt talwclia1Defasttaias Ittfs sjsd tt s httli tt ftr tbeee sa Had teUiUta la sstM st that these seeM always kt sMtt I fully examined Ia ladle Merits tIIie jewetra xitses geld MuWt rim whkfc fstttaf lae Class aM tf ctwst at f fts Ja a sMsa nhstltait Whtrt aa arttolt MtJH Um ctatalas a greet ammitr tf ttttr ably small steaes he Witt take tat tr two of th st 4at aaiiffet W haHaslta iHlJWHell kaowB tt maJce jimi it a w tlt by taking away tbe haMmsrirtd tfti bars of gold alberta aiMlreffaMtertfctm with brMH Thcm remarh eely fit- t1 Urae piIl1 td the natal number tf Mack sheep to be found la IW as r Dizzy aIi isgiBMC CMMlipAtlOA Miscs Pills act directly tfct For Oflr yttrs may fcaYt Wta yPdtSInaisebsMai- a mf ha WIMHAl1DYEIa t I ii TT TTtJ I 4 WLJMB1IRTOHI I MWMHENT DENTIST J TEErHEXTRACTEDi flTHQUT PAINI I iua KfM JIMekyp taln MHNGF11LD KY 1 DMtal Work Strictly FiritclaM t H JIL1TIS7J y flCX3MtLRTMU1L1Th4I h cLMUKGFIKLD KY cJ l11 LAMPTON OPFiOE kOris 1LJJ SMOCK tPMIHUFIKLD KY flOZDr Kibari for ouje vsr Pe pTesDepoat I i L OU hour 12 to2 pB a VF QR1GSB- ArTOJitNEYATLAW mY1 PeePeauk IPJHN riRLD KY j mjMadder Specialistl 90 for ary a 9ttvrmtf d lmuMXet at Work 1UJ mttHntery- TMr Ii ft Amae prevtlllne In tilLs decepwsKt itt t foeiimoala heart failure pll jrse often the result of kidney 1uSIe WkIdMytrouWeislIowedtoad eAeldiBsypobonsa bloodl will attack klWystliemselvu1Nit l fliisot3bloodthsa1bumeAi I ObMM the wenUorrael kidney trouble Dr KIirs5wapRt the aew db srsrj bibs true specific for kidney bladder ra4Mrtairy trbublecl It has cured thousands 0f sfprtMy hepeleM cases after all other sffertcJuwafatiedL At druggists la fiftycent frWalUrt Jia4 Ma wonderful cures Address Dr KMmirltCo Blaghimton N Y and and Ifterlffs Sale 100 rI FO- RTAXESy rnkef bin due the Stats of tai4kygteS IwJqor for sale at the f OeHuikemM door la Springfield on MONQAY MABOH 24 1902 At aWt 1 cloek pa the followiag on frsjisity ar soMaca thereof as will JHMlfy thi awomat If tax aad cottsv d and AatNiJtlsewHIkJoR 8 1a 1i sad lot sofryirsM eL 121 75 7MuIesForSaIcW L Smith Sirnms Ky will pier ftt public sale at the stable t pijMackin and Brown Lebanon Xy ba March 1 11902 35 head food yearold mules single or Im lOtato snit purchaser Is alsObl f ring goods at his store at cost for cash and wishes to sell or JlJlnt eiorehousc 2202k J 6II f1eyi and Tar theL iBtiglii ttbybeL14theIufli J j 4c DPWQIT 1 f OEHT iAi21I His crwi ii- WTM llt tc1P nlle ti DAtARRHr JmteSGl H- ELSIiiliii f ebuetIwil aed twa a cod J ka h qcUr lt l absobcd kZS1S PMe themembrsus Re on It Tastoud Luell Tisl size II rents at JkN orl tqil35WrreisSt1tsworkNY P Ala ffi laa as alarm of fire at fffit tCtkc b1rasy cough eferoupU fckU i 4 rjikt Ac cJelIdrensdetth ait it 4ao death irelus lOeec6nrU die titckly YG1y1 Hoaar swkl Tar MW jfaM tegits l steit rei 1M a 4 vlckly cVH the xert fcrma I Mr P L CereiY MaedI4CYtMy three y rod girl hi4 Mv re ca Vcreup the dscor of aUMweetMMttUve Iget a bottle 20 Petty tar t1teirst das gave V t 4 kteIkfae4sayed fcerlife Ke1 aNiI- sI r A f HV- JJ TOWN AH Stfy tii woo c Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest bou Yourself Friends ItItAliA 9 Acquaintances Tomafbes lOc a can at John ShadersI cjj I Three cans corn for 25c al ohn C Shaders Country Sorghum Molasses at ohn C Shaders Revering coffee lOc a package John C Shaders Northern hUe seed oats for If sale by Thompson and Green FOR SALE Airesh jersey cow and calf Apply to S C McGill Thompson and Green keep the j genuine Oliver chilled plow re pairs l Pre Open Kettle N O Mo lasses 55c a gallonat John Co Shaders IMrsWTuesday evening Feb 25sMr Frank Bivins fell on the i street during the heavy sleet last weekand broke his arn L Legal tilankx of all kinds for tjj egislraLe and lon tabt s for ale at the NEWS LEADER office soap4cutility 2 cakes for 5c at John Co CJShadersMr W R Cocanougher recently l bought of R cCanary t acres of land on Pleasant Run 12500 cash I jJ Rei Mjnor returned mission Ir from Japan will preach at Baptist church on Sunday t Everybody invited Rev C Conner Brown of Louisville will preach M the 13Sundayl As a prestidioitateur f ahigh order Marq who appears at the Opera House March 7th stands second to none in the country Foit SALESeveral milch cows esh Io and calves for salett R ired A IHOMPSONI WANTED To sell one bellows vice one Oliver chilled plow bushels corn Apply to Dr S J SMOCKl l Messrs Pat Kelley and Wil lard Thompson have bought of Misse Eliza and Eddie Mullican their fine farm near town con ming about 225 acres Price 50 an acre Mrs Claud Borders died bane last Friday after a short iIjj ness of pneumonia and measles She was quite a young woman had only been married about four months Her husband is a t nof Mr HenryBordersI Mrs Landers who has been i living with her husband on Mr ipasti t Thursday Funeral from the Methodist church on Friday FOR SALE One thoroughbred Shorthorn Bull 3yearsold lood red in color an extra good individual Bred by the late John Simms This bull is ind and gentle and is not- eroguish or breachy J K WALLS t The Court of Appeals reversad the judgement of the Washing ton Circuit Court in the damage suit of J S Lowe against the Lawrenceburg Nashville RiM road Co Lowe lost an arnj while in the employ of the conf pany and a Washington county jury gave him a judgement fori 13000 The case issntt bart another trial Maro the Magician who is t appear at the Opera louse her Friday night March 7lbJ mybtities his audiance By his great feats in legerdemain This will be a great opportunity enjoyfirst 3 lar prices Reserved seals 51 cents Admission 35 and- ents 21 C S Smock as dministratq l1oing sold at public sale infroD the Court House on Monk shares of the capital stock d ha Peoples Deposit Dank 150 per share He also sbRt seven shares of the capital stool t the First National Bank J 140 per share Mrs Spauldirl 1111iopiciS j the widow of Dr Spaulding was the purchaser of both lots FOR S EA few choice wHfte Plymouth Rock cockerels at 75 cents each if taken now i L DAVISON Jr News Leader office wellItheIby several reliable neighbors whicqigaveweeks ago and the next week or just six days after the birth of the first lambs two more were born to the ewe Three of the arelliVne having died a few hours after birth IWe have received numerous recently from our subscribers about the irregular i ity with which they get their papers and other mail from cer officesIthroughout i just as much the duty of a post master to exercise care in theJl handling and d livering news papers to the persons to whom such mail is addressed as it is to deliver letttrs and this practce f a post mastei in handing out jii newspapers to anyone some times for a whole neighborhood to read b thecoreal subscriber fs not only a vio lation of the law but is an in justice to the publisher for the encourjagesthe the fellow who too stingy to If neighborSfpaper small but V cold tfudience at he Opera Hubsn on last Saiur day evemnir That such a low atmospheric temperature pre vailed in Ihe hall on that occasion was however n i due to the speaker whose lecure entitle Sunshine and Shado was full f bright andxh TII thoughts It is impossible htuv ever f reveiithf sushi of speajser io eOt jtet IUUCM of iri with ttthe te2 puiuiijrualoii rabHi the freezing point id with an tO1loolideathProt Hawks however exhibited a bravery and physical endurance equal to the occasion and after he had protected him self with overcoat ear muffs and arctic shoes he waded boldly in to hissubjectand the tIre of his words saved many lives in the audience some of whom were just entering that state of stupe faction which is said to always prepeed death by freezing The Springfield Opera House is a handsome and commodious structure and an ornament to the town but in its present condition its a cold storage affair Were it situated in tne PhillipinesU would be a popular resort without doubt but as a midwinter place of amusement in this latitude it needs a few finishing touches lo make it a hcnVling success Manager Thoo Campbell says he did the besthy could for the suf fen rs by keeping ailof the stoves going hut they had little effact The plucttshould heat d by a furnace and should nave the immense fresh air space back of the stage stopped before it can beade comfortableI t = C1TiiUQP1UjAr4 II n Court Opens Circuit court began here Mon day Judge Charles Patteson pre siding After disposing of a number of cases on the Commonwealth docket the standing juries were dismissed until Mon day and the balance of the week will be taken up with some equity cases The following cases have been disposed of so far I Commonwealth vs Wm Law son breach of the peace 10 and cost Same vs Grace Baker malicious wounding 50 and cost Same vs Wm Lawson assault and battery 25 and cost Same vs Edward Morris breach of peace 25 and cost Same vs Wade Phillips carrying deadly weapon 25 Same vs Jim Hill drawing a deadly weapon 50 and cost Sam vs Arthur Oldham drawing a deadly weapon 50 and cost Same ys P C Cleaverselling liquor to minor 50 unlawIIon highway 10 Same vs Elvin Yates furnishing liquor to minor 50 Same Vs Steve Begley liquor to minor 50iSame vs Dr D A Cosby using abusive and insulting language 25 Same vs Lafe Reedshooting with intent to kill 850 The case of the Commonwealth against Ben Spratt and Jessie Terrell for horse stealing was again postponed io next term The costs in this case have already run up into the hundreds of dollars and the end is not yet Weill write It DOWllI Ve want your grocery ord for several reasons Because we have the stock to supply you the best Because our attention will in sure you best service Because we can save you time and money Because one order is a step toward the making of a permanent customer Phone 57 Free Delivery SImms Simms Springfield Ky Court Day Sales A big crowd was in town on Monday and business was lively The live stodk market was particularly active and the offerings were heavyl Auctioneer Sam Campbell rt ports the following sales 4 yeailingheifersat1830 per head 4J yearling steers at 2f4i ai pearling heifers at 1925 10 yearling steers at 2575 anA 10 more of same at 2050 a orrell horse for 00 a colt foi 2 a bay horse 6750 aged mare 2825 plug horse 3750 combined Horsi 0885 plug horse 45 a mule 90 horse 25 horse 877 mare 3750 ne pony for 1750 another for 13 an old mare 1625 Col R E Whayne reports the following sales cow and calf for 33 cow S29 milk cow 24 21 head of shotes for 50 cow 1350 cow and calf 29 aged work mare fOr si050 LETTER LIST Lioff letters remaining fun clljd f r in the Springfield ICy Potoffice for the week oudiuf P hraiv 27 1902 far Atinncc Cl voaco Bug- gAiItnjrjsrtor R H Edolnu 2 Be1 DI x R W Tone Maggie KiLls Annie Parker erlwEdward Smith When calling for t please say Advertis W A Wi PERSONAL I eo MoOraoklln and Will Hinkle of Bardstown were hero Monday Messrs Vealla and Dan Hpalding were im Lebanon the first of the week Mr Phil McCaord and Miss Eleanor MoElroy were In Lebanon Tuesday Mrs Isaac McMagln of Bloomfield ijjpendlnga few days with Mrs W P Merritt Miss Laura McChord of Lebanon i visiting relatives and friends here this week x Miss Dayls VaaAradale returned Tuesday from a visit to friends In LouisvilleMr Thompson has gone tb Hopklnifville to accept a posItion fn tub Western Asylum MtqB Lois Qowdy baa rehirned to Campbellsville after a visit to MM John A Simms of this pl oe J R Claybrooke of Texas and Joe Wakefield of BlooZfiejd spent Sun day with the lan il1of W M Durett near town Mr and Mrs G O Wharton enter tamed a few friends at dinner on last rinleyScruggekRe toIwill conduct a meeting for a few days place at the Presbyterian church at that Miss Kathleen Foley and Mrs J A Layton two very charming ladles from Nw York City have been at Judge B L Limeys for a week the guests of Mrs Jamei I Martin Mrs Layton is the wife of Dr Layton U S urleonIheyFlorida Miss Lucy Slecman entertained the nlgbtOneboxy Prizes were awarded tothe ones re cfliving the most love letters Miss Annie McCbord won the the ladles prize and Glenn C Wood the gentle mans Those present were Misses EBther Bouhfare Nora Cleaver Bet tie Irvine Eleanor McElroy Mary McElroy Lydia McElroy Zana Mc Elroy Willie Mayes Annie McChord Annie Mayes Sadie Maye Elizabeth Waters Mary Muyea Jenniu Clay brook Messrs G B Ounningiiam J S and W D Claybrooke Ru ael CbeBliior H Grundy H H Hord E S Hayes Gwin Marks 0 F and G L WJhartcui Glenrf C Wood Phil McCbord W O Heed and Charles Greene Kidney complaintt kills more people thaq any other illness This iis due to the disease being so insidupus that it gets a good start on the system before It is recognized Foley Kldnqy Cure will preveut the pcvalopement of a fatal diseif taken in time Open Friday Njiht Skating Rink at Opera House Admissiou 10 cents Ladies free Skates rented at 25 cents including admission THEO C CAMPBELL For Rent Two rooms in the old brick building J M BURTON Thought She Wm a cfl When Mine ScbumannHemk lfaI thirteen her father was transferred to Gratz where a singing teacher Marietta von LeclaIr recognizing the young girls taloiit offered to give her singing lessons without compensation For two years she studied nothing butI solfeggios Then she began learning songs She had a very deep contralto without any high notes at that time One day u caller hearing her sing Schuberts Der Tod und das Mad chen In an adjoining room said to her teacher I did not know that you taught young calves She is not a young calf replied Marietta von Leclair Some day she will bo agreat sluger pustav Kobbe In Womans Home Oompanlon The Antiquity of Wheat The Chinese cultivated wheat 2700 years before the beginning of the Chris tian era nlways considering It as a gift direct from heaven Scientific ag riculturists are of the opinion that it was widely known and cultivated by prehistoric man At the present time It Is the principal bread cbrn of the leading European nations and Is fast supplanting the use of maize or Indian corn lu the American otateeheEgyptians attributed its origin to Its and the Greeks to Ceres The planer Ordeal When a man invites a friend on the street to go home with him to dinner the nearer they get to tho house the more absentminded dud tlonid he comes until his attitude when they meet his wife Isa positive apology Atchison Globe- Ostentatious DUlajr of Wealth Tltn Dat Muggsy kid makes me tired SalWhy TihirAw be got a nickel irambow and ever feller be meets be asts him ef be kin change It Boston Post B through ki street be gen- celhibWaahlng 4 for g cOugh contains eg Jtttckly Care it in tile house I oooO ON oSoooooBRINK 0 OPTBEi io 0 BIG SPRING g By Thomas P Moitfort g o 0 Copyright 1961 tyA B1 aida OOOSoSooIooSoSoSoSoSoS In tub Ozark mountains there is a spring that coqld tell some startling tales and explain away the mystery surrounding the dlsappearancejOf more than one human being- 0 Jack Warner thought that be had made an Important discovery and the next minute be found that be bad made two of them In the first place he had discovered a moonshine Sistlllery which was Important but not interesting to him In the next place be was a prisoner in the hands of the moonshiners themselves which was both important and Interesting For two long hours In the stormiest of nights Jack had tolled weajtbr up a narrow ravine In the wUaMf the THE is SUHBOUNDED BEABCmNQ TUB Ozark range He was wet cold ex hausted and worse than all else lost So when at last a little speck of light suddenly shot out 6f the darkness he hailed it as a harbinger of shelter and rest and hurried forward wIth renewed bad taken less than a dozen steps however when he found himself face to face with a tall determined looking man and a gun The two men scrutinized each other narrowly while halt a dozen ruffians gathered round The man with the guitflnally broke the silence by saying Its a bad business your coming here young fellow but since you have come well have to attend to you I guess With that he made a motion to the other men and they speedily bound Jack hand and foot What does this mean Warner de nothing much the man with the gun replied About all It means Is that you will have to take a bath In the Rig spring and anything that goes In there never comes out Warner comprehended the mans meaning now and aghast with horror cried Great Godt Do you mean to drown me We mean to put you where you wont never tell no tales was the cool replyWarner tried to collect his reasoning faculties and speak calmly Before going any further lets sit down and talk this matter over There Is misunderstanding ho began Tho other slowly shook his head I guess he replied there aint no misunderstanding our part atI least You made the mistake when you camo here to spy on us Right there you are wrong War ner said I did not come hero to spy on you Ah cornet You cant fool us If you aint one of them revenuers sneak- Ing round to locate our still what are you doing here at this time of night and in all this storm Well in the first place I am the new schoolteacher in this district Ive been here a week and you have proba bly heard of me In the second t lace this being Saturday I spent the day fishing remained too late and with this rainstorm I lost my way In the third place In my wanderings around this morning I accidentally stumbled on this spot Now theres the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth help me After a pause the man with the gun may be so but still I dont see that It changes matters any Youd be most sure to report on us for the sake of the reward Ill pledge you my word of honor that I will never whisper to any living mortal a word of all this Maybe you wont but you see we cant tell about that Sometimes a mans word and honor dQnt amount to much and we cant afford to take no great chances Theres no use of all this talk We know our duty to our selves and we propose to do It Boys bring him on and leta settle It Two men advanced and took Warner by the arms to lead him away to tho Big spring Pale with terror he cried Great God Would you murder me It is better for you to go that way than for us to go at the end of a rope Loosen JaIl feet boys he can step along They cut the cord about Warner bgs and started forward Into the woods But a woman her face white and anxious her hair flying wildly in the wind barred their way For Gods sake Liz the man with the gun cried whats up Theyre here she gasped Then clasping her hands and looking into his ace appealingly she added Go quick lake Fly before they get you What are you talking about Jake demanded Who Is It Not the Yes yes the revenuers The cab- Ins surrounded and theyre searching the woods f slipped away but most likely they seen me Dont wait sake but go quick His ace darkened and a dangerous light came to hIs eyes D leml he saidt bitterlyUt cornel Ill get some tem before get meTbenturnlngto his Iem be added Stand bjick but of the boys so that ypuycant be seen a mlnritol Tii1 man hn 0E Mef- J j f At Lowest Price r 1 f a lROUGH LUMBER Ev f pIESSEPLUMBER rs SASH and DOORS c LATH andS HING Dlf3i Ta CONTRACTING i1 Anything in the building line hePIi NP f FIEL LU j tRbm ss- t 1f T tyhig on us and well flzliiin for it itIWith that he struck off IInto the woods commanding two of his ten to follow with Warner and the others with Liz to hide After covering about thirty yardsi along the side of the mountain ie stopped on the brink of a dark hole It was the Big spring that greedily swallows up everything that falls a prey to It and gives nothing back A cold chill of horror went over Warner as he heard the water boiliug and bubbling down there In the iddrk- Throw him In boys Jokp said coolly The men began to push Warner for- wardS In his struggles the rope sUp ped from his arms Finding his bands tree he wrenched himself fr0m the grasp pf one of the men and Striking him a quick blow sent him reeling back toward the spring There wits aJ scream n heavy splash In the water and then silence Quickly following up his advantage be struggled to free himself from the other man and had almost succeeded wbgn Jake gave him a push that sent him flying over the brink of the brIng and clear to the op polIte side where he struck against this bank As be began to sink t down Into the hole he clutched frantically lniearcb of a support When half his body was In the water his fingers grasped a jut ting stone that checked his fall There be hung his whole weight on his gers and the waters tugging at him as If angrily determined to tear him away at a flash of lightning Jake sflwhlin clinging to the wall and with an oathi started around to that side ot the spring In another flash Warner saw sake with his gun raised to strike him At the same Instant there was n pistol report and In the darkness Warner felt a heavy body plunge past bJillI and heard a great splash in the water Then Just as his fingers had begun to relax their hold a pair of strong hands grasped bis wrists and saved him from sinking For the first time In his life he fainted When he returned to consciousness ho was lying before a fire In tbe shelter of the still with a dozen detectives Three of the moonshiners In irons 1ere The detectives guided by the cream of the man who had first fate In the spring had arrived metJJS time to give Jake to the no doubt hid much of his guilty past Afterward they had captured tie restt of the gang killing one In the flight The woman Liz had escape- dCHARLESTONLOST la Epliode of the Telearrnpty After the Great Earthquake How powerfully tne Imagination may be stimulated by a story told in dots find dashes Is ilfustrated by an episode r the Charleston earthquake relates 1 C Hall At the moment of the final hock every wire connecting Charles ton with the outside world was stantly lost And as no other tid ings could be had from the doomed city It was as If In an instant It had been swept from the face of the earth 4nd for many hours Charleston re mained literdlly dead to the world The next morning before the ajvefage citizen had time to collect his wjlta the telegraph people had started out gangs of linemen to get the wires in working order Operators in the principal of flees within a radius of several hun tired miles were set to calling 10 N For a long time there was no response butnt last on the wire which I pad in charge a slight answering signall was felt rather than heard faint anfr flick erlng like the first sign of returning life From that moment my watch was if possible more diligent For an hour or more I called Adjuste4 and used every effort to revive the feeble puJse1 could fancy myself working desperately to resuscitate a half drown ed man Again I Telt the flickering signal and then once more all gns of life faded awnyinally as thq wires were gradually cleared of debris the current began to strengthen anil then came the answering Iil O Nft weak JUmficnyplainTo me it sounded like a voc tram the tomb and I shouted aloud the tid ings that Charleston was stili in ex istence Quickly the sounder w is sur rounded by a throng of exc1tedteleg raphers The Morse was broke nand unsteady at first then the current grew strongerthe patient was growing better and for a long tie we listened to Ute labored clicking until at last thooworstwas known And at the end of thp recital a great sigh went out from the heartsof allof us as if literally in our presence long burled city lied been exhumed Me Clurrt CASTORliAI 1r lafamW sal OiiMrwi Hi KWYwHm Aiwiys hW fi1p Jlearstb of 0 FOOD IN FRUfT SKINS Nntrltlv Qualities In TheM Beli re4 to Be a Brain Food There are more nutritive Qualities hidden In the skins of fruits cereals and vegetables than the average per son Is aware of In fact the great bulk of the brain bnlldlng foods are la the skins of thefruits and vegetables we eat If as Bavaria says the destiny ol nations depends on their food them vtbe destiny whether a healthy Iibag fife or Insanity or suicideiof every wilt of the United States dependsoa hawk or she Is fed If tlfe breed so much depends upon food why should not every person ca pable of normal thought seek to procure such food as best sustains his or her normality Brain starvation through the lack of suitable brainvand nerve nourlsbment In our dally food is the sole cause of the craving tqrf stimulants to supply as they do kru flclally and improperly what nature has provided la a natural form In the skin of the grape which contains the bestpartofthewinelnthesklnzotnil the skins of the cereals how comes it that stimulating properties are extractfied from them as the inner kernel the starch is devoid of anthing other thatf a heat giver It has been proved by chemical anal ysls and demonstrated by SUcroscoplf t experiments that the most Valuably brain sustaining properties tire reel dent in alt skins of cerealS traits and vegetables and as an 1stpDooftlal great difference to the hhalthresuItatf- tom partaking or rejecting the skins here is an Incident that occurred in India as told by an Indian officer A regiment was stationed in a part of the country where grapes were the chief article of food The officers oue toboIluvllUded I being considered remarkable that the troops were all well a commission 9lw inquiry rwas instituted when it was found that white every trooper in eat ing grapes swallowed the skins the offi cers followed the fashionable habit of rejecting them It was then ordered that the officers should swallow the skins which was done with the result that they immediately recovered Thus it will be seen ttiat the JIkbiGt thegrnpe besides belng br feeder possesses other healthful aheroHtrltive qualities necessary to the sn teaice of the hinrian body The reasMvwhy as paragus cabbage string beanaJettBce a spinach and other green vegetables are go wholesome Is that the skins artjiwt rejected Our Friend j A Tough Negro Stories of brute toughness and If4 merle endurance are tenderly preserv ed in the folklore of the water front how for instance Sdplo Flanagan the biggest nigger in the business supported the entire welghtof azrlra mense packing case weighing upward Of 1800 on his prostrate body The negro held the hand truck to receive the case Which in tbe bands of bIt a dozen men was being balanced at just the right angle to slip into place Biit it hit the edgeof the truck and knock ed it away and the negro nnlacldly lost Ills footing and fell fiat with tM great box on top of him He shrieked in terror and groaned it was said like a siren whistle but when a gang o fifteen men lifted the thing bodily and pulled him out all he did Was to screw hIs fists into his eyes like a big child stretch his long limbs grotesquely alUlff return to work Of c9rerkta1kett- abouthis c feat for many a dayr Frank LelieaMontlily ktiOld fleLuI It is Inexplicable hofv tlMiJ44d debt sion that oaman cann6ttej ono quailJ a day for thIrty days holds its own Any man can eat one quail adayfor thirty days At Lawrence some years ago Will IJpton ate two quails a day for more than thirty days For tb first week or twp be starved himself withthe idea that be must keep up am appetite After that he sometimes ate threeor four of thobirds In a day Another old fraud on thepubWc if the belief that a horse canaet pull a sack bf sand at the end of a two isa dred foot rope Any cow pony tXRsas wilt go off on a lope with suck a sack Kansas City Journal The flBIaDJer In astronomy the filg Dlpfer se called Is In the constellatioa of Urea Major or the Great Bear The stan for ingtho jtall of tho bear also form the handle of the dipper Tha first star In the handle Is Benetnascb the ssceda MIzar the third Allptbv The Other four which go to form the bowLsf the dipper are Megres Phad Merfic sad iDudhc The two last named peslted- The Pointers because they pelat ee guMe the eye to the polestar wihmJs distant 2D degrees The top bowl s arolQ degrees and the bettosa P degrees apart A hA Nowlttyesi old CsI tim 1li TweltkSssMl- east lboysareabadlot ought to be fa Jail Brown Some Caia1 ftsMNT about the third one ek NeWittYes hes abfAdr tI5O Catholic Standard and ffr I p J r Tkat tne Senate is not iti flu- X l jcftcect by the senttment of the House even when the sentiment isjununimcu t was agaVri shown iiywtha announcement bv leading S BsIatur3 that the Senate would pb1 ill no hurry to act upon the ln for jhe repeal of the war taxes which passed th Bouse h p without a dissenting vote True T inthU case the excuse iSi made tbatas the bill is not intended tOgpiQtOi effect until Ib e fir pt off J lythers no need for haste but it would be all the same if the bill were not intended to go Jtoeffect March L Unless there is a decided change of- iromd on the part of Senators whottsbftljy conI rot the action io4tbe majority this bill will uVdVrjj Qtad cal changes bsfqre FItpas3es the Senate as they are outspoken at presentin saying lhat it nike too great a cut nI tbe revenues of the government Like all other Presidential utterances the Presidents aoi f ser to iiear Admral Bcbleys 1appcalfrom themajority reporf wblcb was made public this week js discussed from the statsdpolnt oMhe discUser To tbe preju iiced partisans of Sampson and jkScblej contains so muctitbat 11u satisfactory b iio the pub lie at targe which has no preju dice although strongly disposed llthrpu3gb the coHtroversy to rf8 mpatfiize with Schl Y on ac count of the peculiar circum stances of the c3sPW appears i Wat tho Presidegt bas wade a saaniy and colardgeous Attempt It4end an unfortunate centro l VVTarsy wbich should never have rbeeh started Wbether he will i sutceed remains to be seen I rnelIquseWays and Means committee just before taking up t tbe subject of legislation for the t aidofCuba granted a bearing ii to1rof HW Elliot of the Smithsonian Institution wbo is tt credited vyith knowing more abuVseals than any other man living on the bill providing fur a gore effective restraint jf pelagcsealipg or the extermi I b nation tof the fur seal herd XfWi Prof Elliot had presented his argument jn favor of the hilt Chairman Payne read lejterrr cfrom Secretaryj siutirig 1I that ibe killing ShaRf jibe dealsi would be admission LhatO p sltlQn of tbe Uhited States gov erurnerin tbe diporaa iccon troyersy involving the rigntof itbisi jgovernment tto protect seal life from wan tort destruction is Untenable not tementipn ile- criticisra it would invite as ant act ofbarbans to vlA stranger dropping into the House ihs week would never have known ClomLhe speeches H thatit was u regular Indian ap 4C prppriation bill that yasbefote the House Quite a number ofI members had loaded tip with tspeecbe caostly colored prettv I biKhvpbhtically wInch they in tebded to deliver during the ex pected 9 days debate on the billl for the repeal of the war tux i fbut the udden passage of that i bviibririulmously cut them off y aud thosevho didlJQt take aJi ivftnthffe tit the general rai ji aye toprint hayc rikbeonvtirinii them off wbile the House was supiosrdly cunsdfr lug the Indian Bill Senauar Morgans reply tc lr Andrew Carnegtes remarks about lits eager pursaitofihe proposition that Nicaragua isi The duel in the dark was a favor ite with duelists Two men were locked in a darkroom and crawled steilthily from corner to conier until some false stipmadeoue of them the target for bullet or injLiCej u13ease un falSe step one mistake suddenTbnegleiof When eating is followed by undue full I risingsetcTilt best way to frustrate such an at t tack is to use Dr Pierces Golden Med ical Discovery It cures diseases of the fnachand other organs of digestion and nutrition hud makes the body iffMtg and healthy wu tofferiug very much with my head And WekloShelby g YOIIldriWc Up in bed would all Tight backcoujit eat but vezy IittJeiu fact scarcely anyJUsblgVtherc Kemcil to be a beavy weight in my Meih so I couldnot restI had to bdch very T roAeaaad would vom1tup nearly everything aitIwasja a bad condition I took our bot D1scoveiI owweHmnd hearty I feel like a new woman J iigIve Dr Piutemed1dpeacred1t for it aJL 0K IlMd taken medirine train phyiicUija without S Mybee tslcouldcee Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical ViHriBHntrteonTeceipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only Send coveredbe44rii Dr 1 V Pierce Buffalo N Ir On Jelliespreserves and pickles spread atblncoUngof PURE REFINED PARAFFINE wllUceep them cilotelr mototnro neldproot I uroEflnMP nifflnelaaJ o uefd in a dozea other ways about tha boose Full packigettoid1 STADAftDOiLCO t ihe bet and onlv available route for itu Kthian canal was one of th0 most convincing documents yet put before the oubtc as U why the Panama route should not be chosen Mr Morgan closed by handing Mr Carnegie this nut io crack I do no iimpute to him any desire to ros- tert his railroad properties at the expenseothe iindustrial classes b utIthinkitis well for him to consider the proposition that if ve are to build a canal l at all it should equally favor ail classes iindustrial and cotnmPrctal in the United States The fact that ihe Senate was u nimoosin itiTymgjhe treaty ifor the purchase of the Danish West Indies mafees it certain tthat th re will be no trouble in getttgIe 5010 000 appropn a Lien needed through the House Represenrative Wheeler ot Ky in reply to attacks for his speech off last week stated that he stood by it and would continue to do so adding I entended no injustice to anyone But I do emphasize the fact ilia man cannot be born great ndl do not believe ir paying speciall respect to some man sioiply because be is soraeother mans brother The President told a Rough Rider who was Introduced to him Delegate Flyn of Olrlaboma that ffietttdus Senaors we e try iug to malre fun out of tii number of Rough Ridbrs th t vbitjd b White House One of These Senators walked iu to U e Press dayIi President if there are nortRouyh Riders around may I spenlr to y otiforlust a minute It is under 1od that Fourth Assistant Postmaster General Bristow will lose his official head rfor having tale upon himself t IJItinsto mvpstig p the private lift ot a man spoken of for post niastir for that city Senator Scott de manded Brtstows scilp and his friends say it was promised to him bv the President GOOD ADVICE The most miserable beings in the world are those suffering from Dyspepsia and Liver Com plaint More than seventy five per cent of the people in the United States are afflicted with these two diseases and their effects such as Sour Stomach OosItivGnesiHeart Heart burn Waterbrash Gnawing and Burning Panai the Pit oftho Stomach fellow Skin Coated Tongue and Dis agreeable Taste in the Mouth EatingLowyourDrugghtAugust Flower for 75 ceuts Two doses will relieve you Try it Get Greens Special Almanac All Day Long Ypu may haue comparative comfort until laughter reading aload or ner vous excitement brings ou the fit of coughing which raks you until your very bones aphe Do not sqfferneod latsly Even when a cojd on the lungs eeems tp haAe you fast in its dredful power Aliens Lung Balsam Will loosen tne mucus allay the in flunation heal the ach lag throat And finally oyerooms the enemy cam pletely What it is What is home without news againITo itlisstuck in the window cats leepi in the flour barrel chickens Hrd goslms parade the kitchen foot children wipe their noses no tfioir sleeves tho wife chops the wood milks the cows plo vs corn goes to miirand a hundred other things while her husband loafs on street corners whittle uricbardperchlsneakhQme orbiscaln With his wife because hrancestors were not millionaire s FxlYoivcan h voufindsbfferrarvngeai trouble bronchitis coughs colds etc by advising the use of Bat lards Hbrehound Syrup thereat remedy for coughs and colds Price 55 and So cents Haydon and Robert ont vKCKMAirS LIICKII rllelKJ a P itkgl If tkPrt setOovernor6tKenticky The Enquiry or last Sui jfl tiw contained the photographic Lift tdrv of Gov U W ISecirtiath from tn ageot four vears unrll llbi ll has the following iu say outearning it The good v ople bl Telion cpUqtyTiave alien ioelivei in BticUhamluck Down H iiji couqty of tlJIPenuynle there is a forth whose tolling act is are as fertile as any of ibeBlue Grassland Tme after this fruitful acrenye has tllneI the point oft passing from their posessiouj but some unexpecte- developementthed dhth of aAdistant heir hrecu eryofI off judg met t has kept the tite clear The most prominent benefi ciary ot this Beckham quality 5s John Crepps Wickliffe Btckham Deinocidiifc Governor of Ken lucky When Jrepps Beckham wasa J p snageyears di o his father va Rep r theseniativeFimrteea VeinS later oung Beckhim returned io the Legis latur as the memoir from Nelson county It was at the con c inlualopwas confronted with tbe awful p florospectp clatlOflanndgreatthe was able to ovtrcocne tbe disease In 1896 when the famous Blackburn Hunter cont t osI waged the Democratic catcietIg lions wsre upsjt by tt deatnj t of rIsaac Wilson tbe Democratic m mber from Nelson couriy6 l atlI afta Democrat should be reLU roe iiu Wtilsons p are Civpps BE fehamhe did bv 800 mjorltd J in order to vote for Backhurn i Qinusrf mbly Beckham seized his certificate and jumping iu to buggy sfarted for F rankfoi a 65 mie drive which hit mad at night with two changes of hor 3s Ai the close ol the term B ckham WAS reelected undwloo TE Legislature rout he v is clncted Speaker on the first biltt After this sesiou wlHP it had beeu del nniuedili tGoebl wir tto IUD fJi1 GMVIM or iWwas re- qustd itiatBuKiiuiii become a eicdidaie wiih him for Llu Ci ant Govjeror Aitir ibo lee i ifand Gtjejeia dew B elitni became Goveriioi a diJtthe ex he tim was o PlrduoJof llJi n WI int ihe Gov oilice which jlac he nil actMptipIy to ks COII iIICltj llflons Put to Uerk nhueitwCentury is strovr y an Ill qorwus hbeatLire Piijs Pi Ol t p uio aSickRUT tronbU of Sornuche Liver 111 Kduey linyro unlhaed oOnlyontspns diug sure Ncrrous children are almost always thin children The outdoor boy U sotdoin nervous Whites Cream Ver rziiiiugc isllie best preveutive ef IIcm vousuess It strengthens the system and assists to that sort of flesh which Rcreatesduraii ePrice25 cents at Haydon Robertsons Drug Store Old Coin Mr W B Parothe th s pi too has a III1 r con tliui is uiiitifviiig IhI whiHan inttfre tii fcli In iiler ar no Ib1111 It Ti Ift th biZ Ill p tiny of the pn 3 it dir 01 uiitisidc is sqiam attilIH purtialy oUr ru d b Ipl r ee I jiars on It itt r jthofo iowiitfiiii ptlO Joh to ch sinier il ritiiThe tit date o IH in Iutl IIIiIi ruy tit III CM Alis HO h r obtni t f orn a ioviod b ty 10a yea s ago bm Ias 111 IOtHIav ni who exJcould give h a tlitior 1II ipttjim f t icoiii p rpostJj KentucUy 6ii u iar J Thousand Dollars Thrown away Mr W W Baker Of Plainviev Net writes My wife had Inny tumble forpverllfteen years We tried a number of doctors nod spclt over a thoUsind dollars without any relief She wab very low anil I lost all hope whan a friend suggested that I tty Foljeyfl Hnyaiid Tar which I did and thcnkv btO this great remedy for it sayed her life 5C is stronger and enjoys bettor health than she ha tevert never be without Folevs Honey and Tar auk would ask thoe cHlcep ry I r Discriminated T ititgs against the South- uBaiwtsyei Ourapauy hargrd wt dls r4min nnh ittJv igiit r s re dLpseio iii thu MiirVer 1lliIC est fA jjrbi 7uuiitil d ir teciurtJudgeJSsaiittv gtvt jjudgennnt fur 000rgins iih iMilixad cnnipan in eacii c isetmonwedltlhs Attorney Sam Owsly worked u p the cases Ine- idenCHsliovei that twenty six cnt a iiundred pounds on f tiht from LouisViil to Hir ro dsburg iuerch otN hadt een charged wlu rots for the same class of iieiffht tj tki um d etinatou fur Perr villa mer c hatttoti t i entv one cents utiarddvocaIwa CHAMPION CROW STORY Harrodsburg Correspondeut Smokes up Midwinter Crow Yarnj Daniel Wilson who liAeson the edge of Washington county twenfy miles from here had a thrilling battle with crows The ow and sleet of the past four weeks has ben very hard one birds and they have become so famished that it was rot an unusual sight to see them perch ed on the backs of sheep and lambs riding about and pecking to their flesh Wilson had lost seeralof his ck in this way thougheach y he would go out in the heM d fire his gun aid the crcws wou1dsail aw yand not come back until the next day Yes toIIcrows saw him tthey ser up reatcaing and hundreds of them Hew at him Wilson both barrels of his gun them killing hftyone as was terwards l alnedrrhh time the tiring did not seem to fright en them in tthnpist and thiy- arlessly attacikcdjvim He had no more cartriclge with him but fought them its best he ould Considerably injured about the hands face and head and bleedinghe escaped ihtoan old cabin 300 yards away and closed the door Myriads of the crows flew to tthereof and sur rounded the building Afraid to venture out Wilson remained inIthe place from 11 oclock in morning until darknets began to apuroa h when the crows raised the seige and sailed away to their roustitig place on Chaplin river While held a prisoner Wilson split several loose plunks of the floor to start a tire ana then ffound he had no match to light it and came tear freezing Wilson s wifend sons saw and you dered what so many crows were doingl at the cabin and also won derod why tlfb old entlenian I1 failed to show up at innelbull concluded he hud gone to- eighbors A little dreaming thai he was hold a captive ii roe uarters ofa mile away He as declared everlasting war on tthe crov tribe and is organizing party logo to the Ofaplmj coders where they rwost nod P eels to slay several exI f them fanorltc Nearly Enerywhere Coiiftipation means dulness depres iou headache ffeneril v db Srdei J health DeWitts Little Early 811 stimulate the liver opci the bowelI and relieve this condition Ha 0 p eedy and thorough They never gripe Favbrltv pills Haydou and obertson HE FILLED THE BUCKET Story of Grant When tie Wn a Pieb nt tVxiit Iolut There Is n story told of General Grant when n Ifli lit had jjust ilit red III ks first lav In pleb en in p tirst clissniiv who unit not lord the luv Kiiiji livild Intimated to tutu it wous a pleasure to hitvu him call untie dintcly at the seniors tent Grunt went There is a rule at West Point which waa a rule then as well that any cadet who asks another to perform mental labor for him shall he dismissed from till serviee The lirst e4etsiuan knew too niueh to ask his plej visitor outrlKlit to do anything of tm klnu but here Is rho wtiyiie went aNt njTsuiue Mr Grant that you have lived oii a tarot Mud this LIttll the case you have bad undoubtedly n good opportunity to note the effect if the suns rays on certain objects ow If tutu left a water bucket thit was Iou of holding a single dropC the l out in the sun frpiu Its rlsng ts setting vhut do you thin sir would be the particular effect upoi that particular water bucket I think said Grant that It would fet warped and leaky Very good Mr Grant You ibow erudition beyond jour tears N JW If you will notice my water bucket will see that it is as Lrjas d ouI Now by the further exercise of knowledge Mr Grant can you tell meIby what means may prevent warping and leaking of my Hnvo It filled said Grant- Very buekeUI good again Mr notlfillIsbown to violate letter Or preSumed water tnnkUJ- Grant tilled CATARRH iThe andastrinntlobaccocandcigarettes f j r1ustofthe f temporaryreliefthebronchial I mucusTikingi for itchecks andvaporsarethrownskinproduding 3 II nluchofwhid1 is ciicuhtionreachestJ1ttpartsbreathbeconredbearingdoesnotcan cure Catarrh Ss S expels from the circulation all offensive purebloodj body mucous membranes become healthy and the skiu active all the disagreeable painfulI symptoms disap effectedStheStomachimproveunderjitedkaldvicea disuses sent on application rUE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga PREACHERTURNSUTtioR llcy Tkoninn Dixon Jr Enter the Literary Field Rev Tlidmas Dixon Jr who has jJust entered the field of literature by the publication of a book The Leop a rdt Spots was for years a promi nent pulpit oratorIn New York Ills style was considered by sonic to border on the sensational but his popularity was unquestioned Mr Dixon was born In North Caro- lIna thlrtyelsrht years ago Ills fattier was a Kaptist preacher After jradu a ting from a tbeoluioal seniiiarv be BSV TllOtfAs in took a ppst riilMtr course at Johns Hopkins university and thru spent a year studying Ihillnatic art and oratory In New York At the age qj twenty he was elected a member oP the North Carolina legislature This Induced him hitIIpreach the gospel and titter tilling pas torntes In Raleigh N C anti horton he received a call from New York His church flue Itveiityt bird Street Bal tiat at om o began to feel the influence or his preaching The coimregatiui- doubled and linn lly outgrew capaci ty Of church The hall of the M P A was ehgaged amid for four yeajs it WItS taxed to its full capacity Liter he withdrew from Twen tythird Street church and founded the Peoples church ServIceS wer InId In the Academy of Music otto of the largest audItorIums In New York Hev Mr Dlxons efforts in his now church did not meet with the success he bOIled for noel he finaljy nbamloneI pulpit lIe went ru Cape harks Vii where he uow resides with iiis njfe and children i CHANGES HER MIND Gbnrral Grunt ruiiie1itniieilcr Not to Ilciiouiicc Society Miss Vivian Sartoris tImorritmm1 tighter of Jenrrnl U S CJraiit evi dently has a mind of her own or at lent site lies until she It In this latter resnoct she XlIIIIB tar womanly prerogative frequently Ei her that or newsgnthenr mi ill terpretB the views of the fair descend of the hero of Appomattox Last yehr It was announced that she hud Jiljed a member of British nobility ibid now toines the iifivfa that site huts declared site will never marry but devote her future life to art Her mother however hastens to say that Miss Vivian tills no artistic aspirations and that probably sho will forget tier OIl of celibacy when till right man Oflieli along Vivian is eldest daughter Algummion Sartoria HId Nellie Irani aeaa vivxa bAitrij2a Sartoris lie only tighter of Gen tif S Grant Lust year tier engi meat to Archibald Hal four wits nounced He is a relative of Lord S btiry After the date of thtjjiitrj jveon set the whole matter wa uoff to the surprise of socJel mother Miss Vivian explr believed herself In love our but as the time fo npiroaclied she redllzej 0 tar matrimony ii XIN COXCtAVE Two 5s 3 BE HELP CON nHonnlIti n am ii nPItimitooae- eii u In cliii or 1lolbcrJl Vi11iijj5 the Mio toward vrliioh tbcfiucpof womnanhioti tire turned this itytiiib Tvvo jatiii al organl znliois uf to IIwd U IL inttiwnl cap- Ital In soNicii ioi a t fturin Feb ruary Tlioi vorLii tig on different lines the object of each broadly spoakiiijr tbe betterment of niau kinl Tit National Council of Women which opftis its fourth trionuial fun grcss on IVj 19 will probably bo in ten days Time topic elided fJi di cussion nt the opening session is Orsinizeil Effort Among Women tie tig guns of tho various afttlint e councils will lien the tire le ora tiii The Natioril Assmiatiou of Col ortnl Voincii is one of the aQillated councils rini when Cosinoi filitan UJla coucs tiji rr treatment its inciiili II are cxpictttl to have some thini to say- SuriristM are saId to lie In store for lic niiiylui The Kthlca of Itace licatiuii liiircoinrs liifuiv tIe body Amon till speakers on this topic will jc an India wuiitin an AfroAuieri 1I1l1t rtprt nilive women from Cuia 1oMo Iii o a China ActMniiii to Mi Fauny liumph eys Jiiiiniv If Nmk the iiatioiiil 11idlutii1 Ii national or unixa tits Itt 111111 witli thee National Vunril which itiif is In alliliutioii with national councils of women In Canada Germany tvitmGreat Brit ill and IrjiillI III NowSoJtb Wal HoHiinl New Xealanil Hit zcraiul TaMiiaiha Italy France Argentina iMiHve siys Mrs Ua Tney tfiat the National Cuuntil of IJlllcnls the larjriKt and most foriuliliille body of in the woiM Tluro is n thinp In tilt way of ctmcal or politcl n forms that we iniht cif acediniIish if we werc fo fIiiiif for any one pur r mfTl1 ac iiuSEr pi se jfr not wrMn oii idtnJ lines hoxxtvii iiiitt bavo uo plV4T over alliliateU bodies save Hint uj pjim pnthy and HUirmsUun In our IneRt alicia we meet to xiiiwl with each ot hit exfluiive kit t to pt till best th ujht of tin we till brought to ustly WoUIl from all Jiunrtert uf the Rkle lttg the pr lailn nt spffukevs to be ward art1 II vs fartie Chupmaii att pccsidcut of lilt Nutlinl SnfrrKoas nvciatlon lev Anne howard Show an1 MIR IVinrirk Miller of LoiiU n fIri ibf ik VouiMra u li rk fiuluil vNoioen Ita xiiti tlJ tiCI ai Ufv Lirccst nrbl y 0 rJ2waaeaiLmieIaalYDr airtennJ brttJ 1ni nttWOfxttqO1t1ttt1rnioulouTItt lklIIICcncttlClmc 1 vmlt trri1buyt U of coillitry oquotetb m rMei iea tiatw give thu eonieakurgeoffer you nn assortment to cltpose from acti u ouier dealer jobber a wa give the broadctt lilt not In every In hu mtiurcl1pr to us and will pay rrijbt cbargenboihways wOLD y aaucury aUs you san retain thuveam S Ri twoProfits ci rJL 1tor you on homes oilier honeeutpmeWdt tee our fife niuitrat d cittalosue Iu wbleb wodeecrlbe the bng5ieeSarieya fhxtors 00 thai hcmndaporfiectory famousror their tit gnde bcatwnlt tunta tInee thQrop tn wrmntoqeIiI Kli1oo Yl9U or uture CotUUBUS COmr ec3Ur 726Lwru tobsezes ottice e t =f1t ifi101ll it Iake Pil1sfJjris but regular ctOn cannot bescured until Uver 2 retes enough biJ to me th6 lnts1nes atbIectte their naturil functions agitationcaused bycatlnirtics 11itinuaI itnd Increasing doses to Uifl the results 1 compelSln tl s1 z ctS Thst j ecreChhLtsI lg flI troqble works iklFIFTY A Jre Pictme of6enJsLttft iNApnlRobert E lice lnda copy ofhi 1rirewelt address suitaI1e framing if Jhe will sand uc hits nmna anuddrJss azd the same and addressfof the Gamp to hichBe eI6ifgsp1J4IaYYonr beat route DaflaxvIi ie Y1echltrilei nStan relbccratenuowp mrainsQiroenehdayfrom 11emplilF to Jatias a t1illt1ler 1euscltlesiehaaga Tmieetaes ieaeiIenphmziaiornng and evniuenrteciborfiyat 0ftra IIIai11 es 1 t1jl excl fdt suit irich fiuer AcLtCLL GI4W fYIJ 4 1it9 i II OJjc 8= L i dAPHoPHo 2tt Prieesta 15O sSEN 3 y 110 E i The best1 agasmes and cuiinir j at t 4b cfib s WITg NmBL In Louisville postt cy 3f75 Coon r J ouruulV tvice ji fcek lioO ttiitii frtr Lo uiville Oi 12- Ouml4illt J Dtui i lr J in iIii tlUllIl Jtlrlri1 7 tnu fIIII1U rcn litiiciiMTiti En pi rti 7 15L- j0j JUlI try Gfutlpjiii inn i v i IIIn terstt te Pun synn Oliio farmer 315 i 1b 3Jo i1ver Kighti iJr d5o- Sf LOUl9 qor t 115 Century f ff 15 St J fr k350 Soutliern nid LEdior H IKper Majjaz harpers Vcckl 421 i 4 k nIP u hblL 2 ztJ ia l I tSQi Uvicivs e Oo Ni e J r jima 1 I4iiei PIpula r Montl i s Magiznt J25 t z u oLijr V IJT IH LY J sttr f etmc tlteeiosvttim it wm watt nlJ i1ttUly- d In etsit4meO to eoymmgtiytji t tc showed that ixisbtawhdre vIs tilled vratir only rrohucMt an tntiro rjtHlai TroiD ysot tr1 Tltl oimtrief isyhIle these fits o rs won jVor lyiiic totamotx 9a- iiaaClr thatt Wfil tor purciisjSQd Itt frprent parr Orijtliinlly1l the polL J tl 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PATENrS tnmEMRMArKiMAR1S model sketch IMMEDIATEItbo beat lcgaIserrIce awl and our swo lrfbSir i i swIdTcoA SPt it W p c ill IIf4Jf r Ko4i= I DvppijeThL offOfalls tourq It 1oMi t all lt1yestomatis1fiaeytliOdnds1rf cured tftererrythIIt4 alIW it- prcyents foraion oJ aUtL4tam tlngDIetlngunn It can7f help lJ tt1toumrM Jt f bdILJ t tfloroO