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News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, June 26, 1902. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1902 new1902062601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, June 26, 1902. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1902 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. rw cW w i I I r TI II1 I NIIIIS L jJIR f 2ioarW l ifti I1 r t 1 J ii = h lfel i + 5 y Qj0 l9 Jtt iJY 14 New SeriesVo1 IX 92Jj SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTONCOUNTyKETUCKy JUNE 26 1902 i Jt J jfli A YEA w 4 hr 3 oftut h b N v- I 10k ftj 11 ft OUR DIRECTORY tl J 0 t i1iittxt i Jt pxINGIFr4pcoinity seat of tott otlt ty52 miles south tfIii1lttti J Jt rneswrrltncl it 11Jitk and te1cgraiidfc1photi agriciztLUzLI as1ivil1e l rail 10 a d ittfo 1tcs eXPfCss oflhcef1ouruuillS lumber Is Population 1100 population of 1nty 15000 bluIItcptesentativeinC0flgrCH0n1 D j j4cpreseiitatietJlaftur Hon G A pohoriey jReprescfitaUfe in State Senate onTJ iaE vBurycar CrapbeilsvIUe KySi 1 = A i IirciiitConrt begliT Ofl the fourth i1ibruary MQt- pnJudgc M y fijtjfcjlW 3 try Master Commiss t tMCd1C QUA1TERLYC0tflT- uarterIy Court is held on Ih t1irdA I idayS 1 j COUNTY QUIrt Goanty Court meets on the fqyrth 57SIq i Bboker CO9ItN Clerk 14 Iaye County tttoruey i teorge Catlett Jailer Cra1cShqriITl3yrOn lk1ney Cborie Deputies 1lIters t I ireCllIt-j RoyaltYASe6O- rTp OBrya3DCPtRobet oe Teasurcr TM MuntgOi ry coroe 5ir5 CRT 2flncisR Noe PbUcjJudecj jf n Grace MArsha1f i Zi X vp C1yhrookf Cit AttIICj- tbtb tbwi 3UStICC jyiajIyandOctober d f i c ccs every Sunday at 11 niu atd 3- 0pfmsa Schcol at 83 Praycr aMeetiiOfl tMETHODIST CHURCH lal i I I Ptto t5Ivc- on the Fiisi and Third Siiutlajvsu each muth at 11 a ni iict 72O put lay SCl1bOtbYrY Sunday 5ut tn Prayer meeting every cf night PRSYTIRTA CHURCHp atjlmadh 5c i H tCATHOC1IiZ- ev P I Hennesaay jtastor bcr1 SundayatS aid 0 clock tV7 f a Svicaf9amc 4HRISTIAN CHURCH 4csLloyd Pastor Services Istleeo- nc1 antLlqfourth bunlay in each 4s 4SttntrIJw Q1SjtL ngficu1Odgq- N 5Q itreted 1Iouday jil ZL- hmci 4 tt tsirt1atngWuR 0 Chapter NoSL- j mrs every thiro Monday itocv fourth Monday GflT f TuMACAuPnSMCrt it ach- 4tn1ects every WnedaV uiLi1t11 i I t Jeplrlnre JHL iSIuI51if a1ieyIi1l1 o1 Booker j54lE Wood1avff n1 11 Early Tinis rlIPsi1lard3thwn 1J aIrn ro NazarettI 5a Ut Samijcli5 t Deitsv1l1e Ca c SprfcV n HobbA I srLsWi Juect 7 iO Shephrdsrfl1e 7Oi L5 Hutfors 7 27 bSouth1CiUi4rII1e 7 Ars 3u5t4 ftct- What A-ntvqt has oue f r tne I certain iy pslieve it will do for other I cheir reoiiptend it to sil ho w- isabbeaUft1l Md 4o latrP- r PtIgftT Os1 a1A li iI r t Inf + iiS i d ROUJNu Jr J1J H r i I r Vi 1lF rH Thc Man Belitud o- In eyery paper we pick np wer6 at wnygsur to find A lot of siliygriflti2aboutt the man who I iifltja biidScounter1dndth j7bej man behind his ptjp j fhe man Who fa behind thV timesj the one behind hIs e 1tsii man behind the p wshtenl1c thotmanbebind the fence j ltnd the man behind the wbistfo and the man behind the bars v titbtm libebfndthek dikltilI the v inD bebinif te cars And the mal behind his whrske and thoraan behind bis ftstL 5And verynjanbehindVia thing is J T entered on the list But theyve kipped another foTlowi Fof whom p tbing has been saidi vj The fellow who is eVen or a little ways ahead Who nlways pays for what he tgj whof o bill ih1 WaYB8fned I Hest a blamel eight more important lJJI t1 thab the HPfLwbo isbcbfnd ATl we1 editors and merchants and the bah oommercial lan C re indebted for existence fto this- goodandndbWmanT i itekep8ufraUJm business Snd the town is never dead And so I take my oat off to the man 4 WHb Is ahead otlrnl1rvgY0 iRCurt CIERK The Deuio i i qratic committee for Wash ington ountyhelqalm et ng- lnst week and decided to post pone taking anyadtion towaids calling any primary prconven ion to nominate a candidate for i9 f fJ ltCl iinti1 next ISenttiJI1ethereil didate fOr thenomination and that- IW33jj0l 1po1thtdalthough there have been others mentioned there seqmS to bek no ones else famous shy his castor into tlie arena Of course in t eeventc r js onlyonQ candidate the othrnfttee vhen next its meets ill have nothing to dp but de are that one the piarty nominee Since u recent decisiono thi Gpjirt pf Appeals by tBe way primary election will be a more impqrtantitnda aucb more ex penSiye affair than formerly r The court decides that in future l1 primary elections shah be held undfthe same laws and pgtaioQtta t govern a regu r election As these expend s willl have to be bourne by the various candidates to secure a nomination will necessarily be iteif1 costly affair There is oneeffect of the decision too that will probably be received with asrtte by many and that is that it sounds the doom ofthe- ousetohouse or walking primary This has been v favort ite Tnethodvduring the past few years of determining contests for nominations among the Dem ocrats of this counjy and it has never prbren very satisfactory to anyone except the successful candidates They naturally did not consider that tl1ey had any kick coming J i INDICTED The late rand JL Jury it i said iound indict ments against the membersi of Trusttpermittingtapub1icnui nuisance complained of tin1 the case is Jockey Rows hich dayhvIienone in to congregate and banter and swap and pit each ones shrewdness against the other in trying to get the best ends of a bargain rl his congregation of itratiers or horse jockeys as they arecaljed is in itself no offence being rather a legitimate busi ness when carried ton decently but now trnfortuniw t ilf many of theTegularl patrons of JockeyS Row iri groPmipg themselves combat with their fellow tarders take on too ranch cheap liquor and as a result some ofthe Jockj eys develppe into a howling mob much to the annoyance of the residents of the neighborhoodi Hence the complaint and the subsequent indictments Bythellway grand jjuries1the courts town authorities et at should go a llittle slow about making laws and regulations that will inter fora with the fre interconrae t ween the counter people and the town The tow and the town people are practically de pendant oil the farmers and people of the surrpunding out try and there should be nothing dorm to break up a pleasant Jrrelationship between the two elements In the matter of Jockey TRw it isyerj well forth authorities to keep down the disorder but the hprse trader and Ihi man frdmthecountryshouhd- allowied and rather en cou raged to cpme to town brtce a jtnonth anddo a little swapping Springfield has the reputation of JMing th iargestt crpwd and the best live stock market on county court day of any of the county seats in thissectjonc other tJwns haye killed thtir couridays by passhiaws and regulations obnoxious to thec country pe6pleif pther town authorities should take a warn ittg V i Cf TRANCE NbiipN r There cGseeIIS to be an impression putamQng some of the people along theprpposed rural delivery routes of the county that the idea is being faypred by the citizens of the townfor some reason and str ngetp say on that account some of the rural citizens have become suspicious and havfitnot made up their minds about becom ing patrons the mail deliveryl service The truth is the rural anyibcontrary works rather to the disacJautageafble town mer chant Nerlyveryttthej a far flier comes to town he spends some money Some time its only 7i very small mount the piobablybijtItillhe town Withhtsmajli deliver edat home the number of the rraers tihic to townwil1 be cut ujvu liivjiLvi merchant willo iiui nrlof ism neytFie ft1ral mail de livery is one otthe things that is established by the United Rl cs- governthentsictlyfor th oen efit of the rural inhabitants and if he dont take advantage of it he cap let it alone and there is no one hurt The mail wagons will still run and the government Washington vill still live YANTED WewouldJiJte task through the colun ns of your Draper if there is any person who nas used Greans Atijrust Flower foi tne cure oil Indigestion Dyspep Sia and Liyer troublesthat has not been cured and we also mfao tneir results such as sour stomach fermentation of foDd habitual costiv ness nervous dyspepsia headajhe despond feelings sleeplessness in fact dnv trouble connected with the stomach or liver This medicine has been sold for years in all civlllved countries And we wish to correspond with you and send you one of our books free of cot If yon never tried Avg ust Flower iry one bottle first We have DeVr knpvn of its failing Is so something more Qrtous is he ntatter with you Ask your oldest diuggistsI Makes Weak Women StronA 1 ha e taken your Remicks Pepsi Blood Tonic I know it to be tbe bat tonic ever used It will maltH every weak woman strong Icannot praife It enough Mrs 0 lD Pickering Jney IJ1 FT r sale by Haydon F tlil Ttrcfesi Jndal Saqred cowVofte n defile lodiap temples but worse yet is a body polluted wlh cbastipationj Dp not permit it Cleanse your System with Dr KingJs NeWt Life Pills and avoid uulold misery They give lively livers activebowels fine appetite Only 25 cents pt HaydoaRobertson I iLan was wastinG Away The followirigrleter from Robert Rt Watlfi of Salem Mo iSi instructive Ihaye been troubled wjth Jcidhey r disease for the 1st five years I jbs flesh and ncver felt well arid doctored withi leading phsiciansand tried allI emedies suggested without relief Finally I tried FoleyB Kidney Cure and less tuan two bottles cured me and I am now sound and well SOldb ood RobertsQ Drig O r f Married Al Tatham g Sprints Apleasant surprise wa inii stpr for the jolli crowd of music pUs who were giin anong at Tatham Springs last Tuay by ttbeip teacher Mrs Sara Br wnWhiletne youhgsyrs were enjoying the beautesdf th itti Wonderful ery of that lovelyt place and indulging in various pjtstimes the services of RevrfF Simnis were secured and- Mjirv il Clark Boswell and Mrs Brown j1 were madei one And then What a jollificatiottand expression oft I delighted surprise was engajced I 1I1 j crowdt that jtoj T 8hobr1dej to need ccmmendatipn at hegj hands of the Courier s a lady of maiiy lovabletraits and jsplen did musical talents she is POIt fular with a large circle of aco quaiiitances and has thqir best wishes for iiMrDud B6swell Finchville and is a young man of fine promise Their future plbis have not been matured but for the present they are with the bridejS mother Mrs Kate Martui Spencer Courier Tfiebride is well known inn Washington county She is the j wrdpwof the late Reed Brown and a sister of Me rsg L andt Sherman Martin of this places CAUTiqN I ihisis riot a2tlewoId bu when you think how liable you are not to purchase for75 cents t Ifr iandi l largest sale of any medicine iii the Wvrldsrcu fBOSfor the cure j and irtutonTit of rpnompion ahdJTnrmd und Lung troubles h wiihutu ing its preu pppu i lirivvt1theo 1fHS youvllh t be tljankfuj we call d jour atoteutibn fo Boschoes German Syrup vPfipre are Uanyur i dnary4cnuhl remidesmle by drugits and other that are ce piatid iiood fIT h ht colds purtiaps Jr ufir sdvpjv Couehs Mjcnltl trolllt and eSp lILlls fur Gorfsumjjtiou where Jtnert 1is difflculi expectoratipn andcQuh ingdTing the nights and morn irg thpte is nothing liko OJerr 1UtLP Sy nup Sold bv ajlfdrug glst iiriiuu civilized world q1G GreetWoo1bnrjN J j 3 iilj Leads them All qheMhiute Cough Cure beats other1inedicines rover irled for colds cr upand throat l lung fro1 les says D Scott Cnrrin of tiOganto yn Pa iOueMinuie Cough jpure Isthti only absolutely safe cough remedy which acts immediately Mothers everywhere testify to the good it hiLSI done their little ones Cro p iis so sudden in itR attacks that very often rcildsat i leasant to take children liko itISure cure for grip broncnitis coughs Haydon and Robertson L aw Operative Most of thQ laws passed by the latelegislature became operative last Wednesday County Clerks have received from the State Librarian a complete copy ottbeacts of the recent legislature in which are found the following The local option law commonly called the Farris bill which makes it unlawful for any person to sell lend give procure for or furnish to another spirltous vin ous or malt llquor or to have in ones possession for the purpose of selliug such liquors The fine is not less than 50 or more than B100 for each offence or less than 10 or Biore than 50 days impris onment The enactment against child labor which also tak s ef fect provides that no child under i34 years of age shall be emplcI jed iii any workshop factory or minejexcept with Ih con ent ofS the guardian or parents Jand is punishable by a fine of not Jess than 25 or more hap 2pO Th4 grand jury is given inquisitorial powers with regard to the infractoa pi this law ADen actment for the protection of birds was also passed and itis nowa misdemeanor to have in ones posessionanybird dead or alive or nest or eggs otHer than game birds or the nests or eggs of game birds The ena1ty is a fine of S5 for each ijinfraction of the l wThis law is for the protection riot of name birdsQutcf birds which ate hunted for their plumage ABNEH STONE s9ltk1mjir f Carl UtLseyy hew ntyeK aA5iiovestoryY Impossible pry the cynics Bankers might write jtn arket repor ts and romances of J aromanoefloveand jfltd ever one retain memory of uch things among steel vaults and safes and rows 6f elegant tHeklrsntirnentaIside believe it or pot stasyoumay and some of iemrlght in our midst writeo gost beautifully The latest to arpris the public is Edwin Gar HilQ Litsoy of Lebanon who in yhig the public the story ofo Airier Stone has won for him sgi iahost of admirers In the ci 4 t rank stand those who IOVH Kentucky jxnd whose hearts is gp out to one who sings fier ises or wrpaths them in the story 4Mf Litsey has friends of Cither days in this city who recallf him wben he made his first bow asM writerhy appearing as Jthe author of some very graceful love songs and poems Later on he wrote avery good novel end Os his Love Story off Abner Stoqe Riven u 9 If yrlll ini charm all those who love some t1tnkthjlt ipiiggests old homeI Steals with their quaint gardens redolent ith the oder of fioi and lilac and old faShi nedrosefsi lowing crimson and rdeatlaJi thhemtloudI tne bltiegrass plains gleaming in i the sail of waters ttiat go softly of the blue bloom of the distant IllS and theRleam of the mQuna ain laurelamong the dusky j thickets It isa little heart story f Kentuckyan idol The s Qry Chestnut in Lou flisvilleto Springfield to theiold Gcundy homestead about eight miles from town There the hero revels in memories He tells how he got out of the stage at Springfield aud first heard Procter Knott charming a crowd of citizens with some wittystories Mauy people here have known the Grundy family The late Tom Grundy was famous for nil famous herd of shorthorns and he and his wife often visited friends here One us a cjiild recallsMrSi Grundyas a dainty gracious lady Iti bad health who came for medical treatment The old couple nienIJ htioned in this story however must have been some other head of the Grundy family Their c ancient homestead described is with tne wide rolling lands about it and there are touches of humpr j here and there which irrigate tthe pages Two famous religious in stttutions also h vea place in the book ThesE are St Rose t and St Catherines the great t state headquarters of the Ddmin clans and at the latter establish i mont comnlenceraent exercises t were held this Week The author paysa most poetical tribute tohj these placestt Thore are beautiful descriptive passages throughout the story delfcate touches of humor dthuman tenderness and humanity j that appeal to everv heart And c 1n the pathetic farewell chapter i which closes tne romance of Ab ner Stone mentionis made of ones who was once a great man anongn us and whose memory abides J f No Hair My htlr w 15 filling out very fast and I was greatly alarmed t thehiried Ayers Hair Vigor sal niyhalltoppedflUinatence Mrs G A McVay Alexandria 0ti Thetroub1e it yoUr hair daes not have life enough Act promptly Site your hair Feed it with Ayers Hair Vigor If the gray hairs are beginning to show Ayers Hair Vigor will restore c lorveryI time u5sa It wtiiMIrIMM s eas ra4 wi wOIzprslt 70 iISiI Js aM itfrov MMMt WfM MHt jcJLTKfcooiw iar k green and beautiful with us yet Not only a great but a goodphy iclan Dr DavidY ndeUiTbe oye Story of Aoner1 Stpne js written by a banker but a poet flct a lovoiof the state where tIThe days goby like a shadow on th heart t Tia sorrow wker all was delight yand bye COKM time jwhea the 1IThen my old Kentucky home goocl1 nighti Tattler laLo lsvIlleTlineLt t s avstFr m an awtal Fate VEverjiJody said I had con umption writes Mrs iiheilclsot Cbimbersjaurg Ps1II Lwas so low after six months f severe sickness caused by Efay feSf r andcAstbma thatf w thoughfrjl coiild get well butil learned of the jnarveHous m rit i QfiKingts ITf w Picpyerj for conaumptton used it aad aia 1 coorpletely cured Fordejierh ate throat and lung i jbbe safest cure in the world and is infajlablel or Coughs add coldsand bronchial affections Guarjaneed bottles 50 centsan4E flJCO Tiial toiile a Baydpn- Robertsons t f FARM FOR ALB t t xi will at the Court Housed or Springfield on MQNDAt Vc4ST2h t being County Court IDay pffar for sale to the highest bidder the d farm known as the Kelty farm d seven miles from Spruiig ld on St Rose sand Loret tph1K onIhe waters of liar increek and cozitaininp about SS acres of land Has onita i good five robin house and other improvements including good fences t Terms One half cash the bal nce to be paid in etwo and hSwill be requiredtp secure thepayments For further particulars address PKNlllSEI 2518 Cane RunEpad Louisville KY Wants YcrkesA- Wasbington dispatch pub lished in the Lexington Leader says Judge Clifton J Pratt pf Prantffort was introduced to the President by Representative Moss and fpr some 1ethe three were in conference t ip the residents priyite roOm 5 This is Judge Pr tts tirM visitt to Washington He states that bis first trip has no political sit and the matter of the Kentucky Republica npmina tidnfpr Governor wan notU dis- ussi4 Itriias beetn reported for some time that Judge Pratt- wastocometo Washington to discuss this subject with the President It is generally con sidered that lie isa candidate for the Republican nomination though according to the reports there was some doubt as to whetbertbjAdmtnistratiollinWashington tahim Kentucky Rspubhcans who ave recently been in Washing ton have stated that thereis quite a sen timent in the party for Commissioner Yerkes to make the race This is said to be the Presidents idea ana a ccprdingly onsiderable interest is manifes ted in Judge Pratts Visitt1 Com missioner Yerkes it ist under od would if tha party renomi ated him accept He is not a candidate in any sense though it is undoubtedly true that his friends consider him the most available man for the pffiqe SYlisleat C ncer Cured Startling proof ofa oudieiiuL 3dvnce in medicine is given by a aruggist G WRobertso EtizabethiWtVa An old mall here had suffered witty wnat good doctors pronouncrd incur able cancer They belelyed hi- scasepeless till he used Else trio BItters and appliedjBtfckiwji Arnica Salve which treatneat complej lv cufed him ieli Ellctric Bitters reused WU jpel hilltotis tndkey anafoicrp be ppltoi at the same tiae this salve exerts its akhlek3l lug pdwer blood iiest skIal SrIOM s vaI1I Bttiert lOaM b4r Mcwtoi it Haydon A Robert oo IoJ t Li r ci Freai 4 JEHterpcj e n il s The jecord in the County Clerks ofBqe shows that nPt a iIii issued since the 18th ofaymOr- hai a month Atluliof suchi j prolonged diitioJiiS something unusual for this county arid can I not be CCOJl1te4 for raportshetotalassessed J properly to bPi5Qa700 This is an increase lJbOut70tOOO over last years asaes Itanqi d includes a list something like 19000 made at tbe recent segi sipnpf the Board of SuperVisors MisLaura Bay returned last week from Neje York City anaI is the gUestafMrs J F HarI eourt She will remaiirhreuii tili the first pf Au wheji she t return to Newy rkto begin er rehersels with The Prisoner sbe1ifillbLaura began her the1CriOa1car tiat season under tibat eels brated actriBSBi j MrsVL layneI and geve promise of a briftiait uturV We predict forher a successful seaSon Witi her new engagement v While the C O engine was switching Wednesday nopn the L NTtclcjuit back of the RB Lan aer mrnspreadand onjj4erableistaiic fortunately the accident happened at a point wKere the side track used fp shipping purposes ould be used for passing trains consequently there was no delay in traffic It required a large iorce and seyeral tours time tp make the necessary repair s to hietrac1 The Pjfesbytiery adjourned at jlletOi4Oet wjthPjrstPreg- byterianchurch at Lebanon O- flJmei5Krjdayj fa the purpose of examining and receiying the Hey W W Stoodart The pros pytery wig opened at 780 WithDr Eley EamseyA and Mc- DOnald Rev Stoddart was re ceived and licenced as Minister Pt the Presbyterian church At 78O the bior jisndered some 1 v6ry fine music and Dr KimseyI Smith of Louisville installation sermon atid ReyJ Stoddart was then ordained and installed as pastor Dr Eley delivered the charge to the pas torandDr Ramsey the charge to the congregation it jr PH are troubled with that mon udcomfortabie disease called piles dont neglect it Pomt let tkecoair plaint get a 1boldeEyeqdayl tke disease is neglect l it grows worSe Commence at once t use Tablers Backeye oistment the relief la Immediate arid cure infallible Price SOc In bpttfes tubes 15cehtlIayda fi- R beiton Kentucky Pair Dates Rtchmbnd July H1S GeorgethwnJul 2226 Danville A1KUStQ8 Deidgtoii Augnst1146U ShephfirdsviUe 4uguSt1192 iawren burg 1922 Maysville August 2020 Shelb ville August2629 LpttdonT August 2759 t Florence August 2700I Germantown August 278Q Bardstown September 26 x Elizaibethtown Sepeiaber912 Springfield September 1013 Glasgow Beptember 86 Ewing September 1118 Horse Cave September 1720 Lou Ville Septebei227 Hartiprd October 14 To lfAt q ofrwitllilt OMHfiiii CVi1 TaketH SIag i wJ wlll leave J emitrUie 4 p W wtXmmyl vaata Short LiaI ee via jidlaMpolh- sad Logaaeport ovw TaafkH LlM throseLaO44ss1cKakmuoo thee Yla MkWgin PB tral TM throngk car wHJ leare JI IlIYM Jt JaiM IS aadwill arrive at Deteoifc 7 MxtKorntaft Md j afea eeameeUoaa for reterte eeitlie St Clak rivec awl t jacnQf g r erty D P A LcHiUYit Xr t To save meniiag ayold beakl f and tavad swfferiBr fceye t cocW asd c y the tit iii oi sell ar4sSkOt1J ltkia- nt iaswIft e 1 tpc a bAsCh- h i aI1e5tL Prk 4S a JO csnt- iodbYBaOfl andJoI O- LIdI ll p Jr rao w MTheSt LOut w rs rpot evreral more roee rbrght to trial upon the cbr lottnliC bakiag powder cpQtai in afi in Tiolatioii to ihe law Tfce parties Were alt convicted a 4 flied 100 each Several baking lixiwcTftrs fcHJi have been found by naiTsji to a centals jalu m have Aieeit ofereel on the market They care called eaton Grownr BpaB H BoWl Dehcatesse t Iumnnyiplces similar ppwr ers ui dtr these or other MWM aie ofiEend tor sale at Sfroiti4 p to went y t en s a pound 1 Good baking powder is 0e e q the most useful things kitcheo There ad 1ligood powders oa vhW Hpusekeeparv will help tW am torltitlililltllwr efforts to PJtotl motekth sale of pure and whc some C if whf n bu vii fec ing powcettby wit itii ist tipoit haViig se one J1 this wL known brands of cr nra pt twiiSt powders w iich are purr ad tiealthfdl without a doubt eppr tI 1aTew iWe felt very happy writM R N Bevifl1Oldo r Wofo Bncklenp Araicw Salve ITt cured Our diLnhtef fo jiL case of scald Qtdy jit dligks ill who u e iit Ifef Cats Corat f Burns Uroisst Boils Ulcer Eruptious Ooly 25et Barclptf and Rdbertgous draA stori I On the first ludictiitI ofXldsey J XidheyDrug Co i seercmMIis nptalways brought abeat by change Of air aBd water The ctayat hoaesarejuatssaecaptaw ile I rekoe due generally to overs11a t c r ripefrnit and driekiagke waterti il acc paaiecl by f I fll owri diiyhar gee ana if not checked remit MriMMi Ivi Perry I aviPaixkiiIerictlMe lT purely reliable rcBtedr 25te4t 59 eta fhfc KcHtucey Sf T Fair Louisville Ky June 22 leadqujirtersi for the Kentucky StateFairwhjch will be heW the weak of Se tem lNr 22 iiM this city have bees ppeaed at rooms 24 and 25 Boariof Trads baildipg with Mr LjB EJferap snirQ of Lexinxtoii jilli ekarppja Mr SbrPpsHife WM Chief Clerk in chrgeofth Live Stock De patrmentqrtbe racist JcftonExpusiin a JIii oso the aost capsleraestbatoosW bays been selected f tTne Executive eoiitIss si the Kentucky Live tock Breed ee AssoclatiOHV which tbs lest iLeisl4ureJ placed 1in charge of the State Pair hU beaa tM ai iDt1l1U1LUfSupeli sas ethe various depwrteteeito in- ofpremLuagivea which will be awarded U flJWOO by tbe 8a4 aiweIl as the tboassdso sI lars coBtribaUd im JHiIIMfo ptier sPtrees f Mi J U Harper wko i set nected with the Kasee7 5 peri men tsd bUtioa ba b tr ap oIetEi5Swpsrintasti Gl the jeram sad i4Zid seed exiitt tar whlck large pWMnioma wSawarded Mr Henry M m President of UH Inr-t tI itktaIWiiMiii aj- poiie Saettat Mciii 5fCLffo wer rings for a e4etr a ipe M profjMw oiait wkh llarfpe seek prizes 1 1 Eitber Souaai or eeoe Nr11- foiaben4wil1bssee4 1so- famish the ale CriVttM1ISi1 4orrheea414d ail pkiataI7NI y i Dtvk Painkiller asf spes faa aH the troHbW aa 57ntable dr r toes bsis stk bot4k baa feli iis- ibetitaks 11The 5b kllkr Peirjyiv- LuisvUle 4t I i IdaaaoUjSCkIc- aL4i5 P f PsuaylveII T i 11 SUtiott Ioeiatye let =otto acsoL5e at- WftiMlrfSaU7 1I4u1 oA4 J kartaf Rprlocfl d LLA ied1 P C it JIsIs y ft P4 Looivrtte tyJf Moher who w ld thefr e u Mn agood bIth d aM 4u- ttS Seat sympNtotwQqas as tr U the White- i JhrieeiWiBeiiie at tiaytfon and tobertiosasAkvsflonmar 3 THE tWSlMER POTU8HBJ VZY TBWLSDLY a YEA iN DVASVt i lGFIID Ji AIPB L DAvIsOIf3jr t XOItAXZTJJ fi I ll l JlQc di pet Irit2and 5 ces t teJ the tIf t r 1f r gb BHI4aaatlpolltfcal matter f jl d u iiet Jovorkii eea Ioritest cash 1fIurbI aiU oee11vcT0f good rAi4uVtfoir contracts Blade onliberal l t ul SIilMiJs J TMoIutlOBS ot respect 3 tr LXNOUNCIXET8 j 25nltTHUIDAY JUNF36 1Q- v ij I f ttJrC tt Clerkl x W ae tborlzed to announce the o u F OlLEY aseaaIdMforteoAcof Ole- rktJiu WMilatoi CircuitI Court i hjiatto 0w action of the Demo tlu tyJ mAll tiglapdihas been thrown fmto a great state of cehsternai- V twn just on the eve pi great festivities King JBdwaJfcl VII- i 1tifl a tdudedchatrber n 3ftickfojjhaiii Palace with the dfc Against him in a battje with iMth The coronation which k was to have taken plac today hasleen indeiBnitely postponed Tire JGngis suffering from peri tjpfeli is an ailment elyakn toVpendicitis His condition Repine so grave Monday jnight tIatfears wu felt that he J J rould not ivetthrough the day Tfie royal surgeons decided that only ah operation Would save J if J th mon rqhsllife and tijis was performed it was declared to fe succesafpl but the semi official admission is made that I several hours must yet pas bet forjB af6 jpredictfons King Edwards recovery might be made Having 3yqraofr the oldl ttgeiiDemocrats are now cast Ingi about for new Jssues A dpatJcK from Washington an nobnces tHut the Democratic members of the iHpusewill hold- i v a caucus Friday night to consider the tariff and trusts with a view to making these subjects the Qhie issues o the congress iopal campaign Llu lvUe 3trsDaRhTu Idea ot MrsIash- j iJ gsclttf aspiration i Why her tatherwas a peddler pt hycg kee entirely top for- et wiid She ought fo hang back until pee le kave forgotten it Now In your M pxf dear sit Wf yow grandfather jwho was a pedfllerf J rTrue Dre Thei other night l too anap on the sofa adam Bomethlng sharp was ibljiS through me- J iaDd tbp dream come trpe7 Ycs ukca tuvoke 1 found my wife had 1oca through my pockets I guess ib 1t11I cnoueiu Chicago News tatnBt ProtlllQ Visitor to little FreddyLetr see whatyou bitve learned in your school Now can you tell me the difference V between B and C Ereddy Thntha eathy A bee Jth a itittectanr tbealtb full of water New York Times t tl fJ Extrenje Meet AVereyou positive enough when yoa toldthe old man you intended to marry KB daughter liYc but he Was negatIveClneln- Mtti Commercial t Tribune Postmaster Palmerdof ib Glen Fftfs N Y des cribes a condition whichthbus InntIs of men t and womcn V find identical l L1ththcflt he case Write to him enclosing stampedad dressedenvel I jL p PalmwOjC for icply and get a per KIU donoboratfon of what is here jpvcpt He says regarding Dr Mile- aHeari Cure V suffered agoalziBg pain in the left breaSt and between my shoulders from Jwart trouble Nyh art wpuld palpi tate latter then skip beats until 1 could longer lie In bed 1ightnfter J aifbt I wallced theloor for to lie down 6 wOuld keys meant sudden deat My a1mosthope1eswhenliefas hMiitJ e bMtthe first Lat I took Dt JIm Nervlne with the Hurt Csseaitd tie effect ftsto Wklat I urjitatly ImlimUarnl fmn to five tkMCireaediee atrulM 614Jt7i DruggiM t tit MliM Med Coj ftII4 I Si liliI iliiiJiJ 0 iIdilil I j m News 1From Thetounty1Ms- pPsIsAasuttks ft i calttr rIi L 1 IItJrcorrPOlta ntsa RAA ftftnn1tr i itI vPULtlftM Mr Editor I thought I would cantribute soKie f e1n rderto keep the camjuftre burning j Born to the wife of Mrs Sat lie Terrell June 16 a six pound boy to MrsMary J W Walls June i 3 u boy and a girItOvirs Benison Coulter June 13 a boy Those oil the sck list are aggie Satterly very low with consumption John Nutgrass spinal meningitis Messrs W H Hall and H B Mitchell are on puny list The readers of the NEWS2 IIEADER willbe sorry to hear that Jefferson Vand rvautre son of Geo Vandervantre deceased shot and instantly killed fc pp lieeman aft Fort Worth Texas on May last The facts in the case as reported ya Tejjcas paper are stated thus Vender vat was driving a back and his houses being tiara to manage crossed the dead line The po liceman demanded a fine which the driver paid After paying the fine some angry words pass ed wheti the policeman drew his gun n7rshQt it Vandervantre three times when the Kentuckiau drew his pistol and shot the policeman with the above resultl Vandervantregaye himself up and was tried atthe May circuit court a verdict of death being given The defense however succeeded in getting a new trial and on change of venue Tfie case will be tried at Dallas Van dervantte is 1welt connected here He has two brothers and two sisters Ed Vandervantre the proprietor of the4sev6n mile tavern on the Bardstovrn and Louisville road is his brother and Mrs Betty Sweeney widow of the late Hyatt Sweeney is hisi is rTeff passed his boyhood days here Not a sBadbw dark ened his character while here At the age of eighteen he went to Texas became a cow boy was considered truthfnl faithful to friends frank to enemies and as game a Kentuckian as ever wOre shoeleather On Saturday morn June the 16th 1902 the writer made a pleasant visit to Tatham Springs The birds caroled their song the bee was Busily gathering thfe nectar from the sweetest blbdm the wMand domesticated buds were just bursting and ladening the wings of wind with natures sweetest odor In jsnort old mother earth wore herlbrightest uniform at this picturesque little village of Tatham The travel ers gaze pleasantly rests on the Deitys handy wprlr in the general contour of ihe country Here one beholds an elevated plateau there one with lesser altitude there humbly nestling among these v rtlue clad elevs tlon quietly repdse most beuutiv iul plains and ll4wnS the shores of which are washed by Chaplin River Washington Bountys most favorite stream whose WIt ters teem wi thimu1tit destQf ish Here after the Irfpse pf jmany years the figtjres or 4 rhptbric once studied are vividly pacing r before me Uke one vast panaratIB Objects of the sublime and cqu ptex beauty lay promiscuously scattered about The alluyhtl plains ae covered with vegetit tion the table lands are covered with grasses over which roanf herds of swine cattle and sheep One hears the industrious hum t of the grit and flour mill the steady ring or the smithys hammer and Jorge which day supply the needs man There we behold a netatfd cpmrno dious churjcih near by which maybe seen ithe Doctors office 4a rendezvOusfor a1I the afflicted and last but not east the long sought fountain otl panish tra spotoPoncef I copious effusion satiating the thirstof the elite as an Oasis springquenches ths thirst of the Wuxfdering Arab on the Desert olt Sahara E P DEDMAN WILblSfelJRG i L Dame Rumor reportsa wedding soon v i Elder Birch visited his riends at Boston last Wednesday Walter Wells and Ciaud Cbeatham paid a visit to Moor s viUe Sunday last Mrs Maria Bailey and daugh ter of Louisville are visiting rela tives at this place this week Uncle Joe Hyatt and wife have returned home after an extended I vkrit to their daughter in Nelson csountj c rQuite a flUtlileroIyoung peo pre frOm this place spent last SdndalatttTie heel at Tatham ptgnd were royaIyeIitt tainedby Mrs Wornali t tHaroldtheir grandparents Mr A B placecThey xpert to spend the JsumJ J mer with thera f1 I SVDr wife Edel Sutherland and wife M4 WSGibgaudgon Cecil My Miller and Mrs JW W Hyatt attended the commencemenl BX ercls sat St Calhferines on last Wednesday eHhewlmaker and wife had a ffamily re union His father Uncl FwtIy whO is 84 years old and his onlv sister Mrs lane Diirf of SeavUte Mrs Nicol of Tablow Mrs 3aUey of touisvill Mrs cStfpresent tMreeis a prosper ous citizen of this community and has many rjeids throughout the county Theee unt dinner that was Served was a compli ment to hose that were present and will not boforgoenbythm soon May each Zone of them liveto have many more happy r unions with their aged father is the wish of the writer J ij Hiilsboro r esPI Brewer was at Polin Bunday to see his best girl1 Rev X A Sinims gijed his reg ular appointment herb Suhaay Miss Sallie Fitzgerald is with her sister Mrs Dragoo thisweok Afteran absence of several eekst will again JOt down a jfew Items iMrs Martha Shewmaker was the guest of friends at Danvill lastweek Jyirs Ophelia Scruggs f Lit sey is visiting hensister Mrs CgracI1yOy Ms EJ Wilson of Litseyi PrLeachman last week Mr Curts IVfitchell and wife off Fairviewspent Saturday nignt with Mrsvjul ary Clark Mr Davis Crow accompanied by bllie Parish of polih attend ed church at this placel Sunday Mr James eouitehas the finesji tobaccj intthis part pf the country leaves measuring 18 inches long M Us Tiny Reecland brothers spent Sunday withj thiiirt uncle and aunt Mr 1l2rrsJ1hmasReed at Wiilisburg Jr lrMQORffiS LLE h Wheat1 harv istj ill end tliis- el1Vt l A c JteveHtl olour peoh- the tzt n excuribii 1suILs 12t TruaOHiLtln irctyl- owto urray SJief tor 2fi loiJelo n rrett uf flruah ljSruve syasiipurtoi ri Sjitturduy 1r Thus jGrliani and family kls ted at r jasi Sunday A llargec o ilt ok part in the singing n l1IN Ourtinrs- t last Saturday Mr T H HardiiTanl Fred Dicgle of 1nthLji4sb6r t lat itThj I lirkspn 4Co shipped two al loadspf larabsJu wif anl ne this week from Booker I ofSprmgfleldiiet Jes at Booker this week jaMr A G Bricked has aceopt ed a position with v ft R A noldof Maud ai d hllgoheol1 duty MrrClaud Cheatham ttrid Wul tar Wells of Willisbtirg viisited Misses Nettle and Ophelia Yates last Sunday v Clarkson Co shippeda carload of Janbs from BooWr r last Tuesday Nat Thompson Jo shipped a car load of hogs same pay Mr JasL Royalty sold a tract of land contauing about iifiy acres to Messrs E GBob lit ana Ninirbd Smith for 30 per Bdt npsuire John W Gordon was 1C our town last Saturday to receive bids on the different pikes Seyerai bids yere f1led and it will be known in a few days TRrhoHpill get the work Ourfrend That ifliis uncertain is fully l departed tjiis life Monday June uu XC I fourioB ughes that mortiingand drove som cattjie home He complain edtohis wife that heieltsick1 and she fixcd him a place to lie down on when he expired in a few minutes apoplexy Pun enil serviceswere heldthe fpti lowing day at Maud Christian churchafter which the remains were interred in Camp Ground church by a large opn Course of sorrowing friends and relativesl Pia tee to his ashes ralham Springs I Y 1 Ii Keeling was lLour i cinity last week v r f i hiJsiGrant Scott sold a sow aud pigs to W SGibbsfor18 t tMrsN CTathamhas abpiii rompleted her new dwellingii t JW 8attrrl and i siy Sunthty seboo at lOckbicig every Sunday evening at 3 oclpckl abugfrom 6O y wireotShnrpSunday 4ofSharpsville Sunday1t it SeveraUrom this viciiJity atr ChspetSBorn to ihe Wife oft N Tor roll a gjrirto the wife of Hen pn Coulter a1oy niri Mprill Pinkstqn sbld a nice bunch p shouts ttoH H Graham and Co at 6 cents a pound The members of the Baptist church here contemplate buying n organ for the comch Magi Jlursh isvcr low at this writing vvith onsuiuptipp Her deatU iid expected at tiny qoniedt- Miv Fd Foster has fcJiir nOtes of the best tobacco in this section It will average from 8 to 12 leavs high at this writing noticed in your last issue paidbehcdesired the prayers ot his friends that the sun will notshiae too hot v He Has the sympathy of ghborslnhistrouble Mckville Will Bottom bought two calves of J E Bottom 1or4l Bu n to tlwife of Berry hewmker last iekw tine bay Thomas Cloyd bdught a bunch ofyjo ipoond shoatsof J T Watts au 7 cents Will ShoWmuker bought a bunch cr0 pound shouts of Will Fhz at 01 ictus E mar Anderson mOde a living trip to ylnct ester the first of rheweekktp see his bust gui roughtbunclH a W iv Pentt of P rry ville at OJ cents S D Campbell boushta sovV arid 7 ings pf Bob Mayes for 2t1t- Oasoidu bunch of 100 Ibhpgs tio Peiflr fc Co at Ji cents bhlsrof corn to J B Peters at 27f barr IIulJd Mrs Sarah hjievv tiwLaL sold 80 barrels 10 same arty u same price ID S Shuwmakerbougiitia 130 shotesII poundIOur boys playpd a math game 01 ball on Saturday evening with Bohon and Cornishville boys near town The scores stood Mackville 19 Bohon and Cornishville 1- 3SBottouiR bought 8 heifers of inoSutherland of Rose Hill for tis Jalso sold two heifers to Bottom anV WatUj at 32 and then sojda Jbunch oL i 80 pouqd lambs to Charlie Coyle at 2f cts Wycoff and Case bought two 1100 Ib steers at 450 per bun dl edtalsobought a 12GO pound cow at 8f cents a 970pound steer aCM cents and sold J T Wttsaboncb of 158 pouri d hbgs at680 pter hundred iiW P Hatclpttsliyerysblet- hIngs sold as follows Horses roagntlfrom t90J btiggies fl msaO60 cbrn brpught SB280 per Joarrell hay cents per hun dred and pats 40 cents per hun lS55wagonetlelS55 locate if he likes it Soft Harness You can mato your its ileuM BOna a and as tough ty acaBgtlif liar oalengthen tu liremkS Jut a long M EUREKA HamissQil nukes a poor looking bar ness lltt new Kade ofi pure heayy bodied oil ei ecIafly prepared to with end trio westber 4Sold kTerrwhtrt inesaeuizi- dibTMIWiM Vni REViSION OF CEEED GENERAL ASSEMBLYF PRESBYTE RIAN3 MAY SETTLE DISPUTE I J 8rBtilattcrito Be Coasidered at Comlncr Convention In NSW York President to Speak at Home Minion CitenniI The Prepbyieriaos of1 she United States Ille dtply lnterestcdln the corn- Ing conyentloa of the general assem bly of their church which Is to be held at Now Vorli city from May 15 to May 23 It Is expected that Ifully 700 cow mlsslonora Avill be present to take part In the deliberations of the general body This Srill be the one hundred and fpdr teentb assewbly of the Presbyterian church In the United States The prea Lce of President Roosevelt Will lie a fctturCj of tbe convention he having promised to attend the jubilee celebration rf the centennial of Presby iterlan bomi mission effort and will speak aV amasS meeting to be btld in Carnegie hall The board of home missions was started fourteen years after the gun eral ussembjfr organized 114 yenta ago and is therefore 100 years old In Its early days the board had to deal with great bands of hostile Indians wandering over the vast tracts of country to the v4st and north Its reports In those da a read like romances and t were instriktng contrast to the vork of th3fxceptlonpoints in thit northwest the sartcv of the slums and not of the wilds roflfres the most earnest attention- In celebrating the one hundredth an niversary of this body several large meetings wll be held during the cot ventIon the progrnmine fLli home mission part of the Assembly proceed legs being in charge of the Rev Dr Charles L Thompson secretary of the board Grave matters of great Import to the denomination are to be discussed dur ing the convention for whoso ten hays a programme sufficiently large to take up every morning and afternoon and many evenings of the meeting baa been planned Two matters will partlcnlarlyoccupy the assembly the first the cel bra l Jrom Dlt CTUBLE3 t TBOUFSOX Secretary Presbyterian home missions bondl ItJon wf tilt one hundredth anniversary or h board of hump missions and the second the discussion of creed revision untier which licxd will come the debate nthp dainnutlou of Infants whl meeting promises to be the warmest of t bI In tIne discussion of creed revision the llrvt nctio of the assembly will to hear thi report of the coniuilttee liej assemblyjliiidi thelIDr Henry Van Pyke the Rev Dr William C Roberts of Philadelphia anti the Rev Dr HerrIck Johnson of Chltiigo url members t Previous to this committees appointment every presbytery In the United States replied to an overture as to whether or pot reylslonl of any kind was desired The majority of the re revisionImentary explanation of certain pus sages of the creed especially the one ltl Ii supplement to the creed wbereby the elect infants phrase tis explained as including all Infants as nil are elect In this way the possibility of the dam- nationj of Infants Inferred from the special mention of elect infants Ii removed from the creed There is lit tie doubt that the action of the com mittee wlllbe indorsed by the assembly t Tie nieetlncsof thesgeneral asscm bly win be presided over by the modi erator Rev Dr Henry C4lIInton of California One of the duties pf the assembly will be the election of a new moderator the probability being that Dr MInton will be reelected t Aside from the Discussions on the rej vision of the creed the subject of bomej missions will receive the largest share of attention On the Sunday evening following the opening of the cprivenT tlon broadside meetings on home missions will be held in every Presbyte 4r1an congregation in the five boroughs of Greater New York Interest at taches also to the fellowship meeting when representatives from Baptist Congregational Methodist Protestant Episcopal and Reformed church home mission societies will deliver address I No good health unless the kidneys arj sound Foleys Kidney Cure raakei the Kidneys right Sold by Wood Bobetson Drug Co 1 1 WiWi QiWiwwijjijWiliwiiiWi iYiWiw 4 Ii ijIIw t 1 I itI4 t 1 t I l afford house Idtestand bit38t vehicles any i ig Gall and make a selection be ready ibr Spring if iJ T ir i SEEPING TIME a1 4 tfrifl 1 You must remember is near at handhand h It 17 have dSfall4inds 1 lS we grass Se e fe i i I We yleecialty of Northern Seed Oats t Z 1J t 1 i THOMPSON 3 V GREENJtM t m ff rtfl 4fl m m h Mnihroonia Ea llr Grorrav Xnyone may raise mushrooms In his cclter or even In his attic with very satr Isfactory resultS He should have a bed which may Consist of a shallow box and this should be filled with a dark rich loam to the depth ot say eight Inches It should be in a dark place and a damp r place allo is beneficial but If lie uses byjhetnycdrlalusfrequent watering Ah average teD degreesSbouhLbc men sell the spawn bricks and when be bed Is prepared the spawn should ibe broken into fine surface particles and Just covered with the earth Tfotwlthstandlng the popular belief jnushrooms do not come up Infa nlgbt but they do In four or five nights and when once up their growth is very rapldT chang All the Same During an encampmentoftb nation al guard of Pennsylvania at Mount Gretna several years ago a partyof of ficers went out for a toll and hap pening to pass a farmhouse near the encampment grounds o1eotthem sag gested stopping In for a glass of mllki Ongoing the yard they were met by the farmers idaughter xho brought forth acan of buttermilk and some tumblers saying This Is the onfy kind of milk we havcr After each fttIe pdrty had taken a drink one of them remnrked By George thats fiupL Cant you let us have some morei The lass replied Oh yes take all you want W If feed It to the nigs anyway i UaLdiJa Times u 40Katen In Sawing Thc oujy good plan for saving Is to make It an invariable ruleto deposit something edch week or each monthy says a bank president Having thus put the money aside it should be considered out of xcach and on no account to be jdrawn upon except in case ot sickneSs lloss of employment or death Itls surprising how m mpwm pile up whOa such a system as thIs Is followed every one who possesses any Income at all wouldadopt the practice and stick to it no matter hpw small the de posits might be poverty would be well nigh abolished Mlaiuterprieteil delicate point of pronunciation Is Involved lIn tins story A country cous- In once went to spend Sunday with an Edinburgh frknd AFter a long tIny spent InJsightgevln they found them selves a long way from home Xno mon mid the townsman weve a long way to gang Shall we tak a Tak1 a tram cried ithe other lasurjj prim Ye dinna mean to tell me that n Edlnbro the public houses are on the Sawbath openI A Maddening Legacy A young man nt St Mende was drlv Ito rand by a legacy of 4000 From the moment the money came Into his possession Jw ippnKsed by the fear of IbslMK It jiud ulwnys curried t about with him lie finally Jnndl a bonfire uf it In tin form of notes and Itben nttcuijititl to blow nut his brtiins Chnlllllh One of Oar Pet Phrase a Did any of till iitilant escape with his IIteT Inqrlryl tire ruaHho wJlllC lrrrOwtr1r lIN ididtrttOilto tirtali answered the man who isiinrwluty exnct If struck Un1 that if ryixtttitiWithout url Uinv wjjsut much use lu his LtIlaflhl Hiijliyw VuHhiiKcun Star No lirip Prbfn fcrr Miss rrl Lh Ellrii love said Sir trilnihitr tlinltlly lilihtelost my hiyrt tiuLerry t rantliIp von MF Itab rN1Je1 tli Umldln nut un kindly vJ havitht found ftnetrolt IYee PreSs Mutual Snrpflsc ShreWben lilillititt you had no Idea that you- would stay away from home no much He Well neither had lLlfe- If t the best you cnn t 7 about your niljhlior JH reply to the worst he sutd nlujin you doni say It Baltiuiore NtWK Sick Headache Food doesnt digest well Appetite poor Bowels Constipated Tongue coated Vs your liver 1 Ayers Pills are liver pills they cure dys pepsia biliousness Wc AH ilnnltb 1t1 1BUCKNGHAMS DYErnjLICtOeDaaCesThiOs ivd wejcaui t0 sell theflatw close figures Our Jis now fiillif some of the Ii Obi on the market iL My Style and Pricj and Ji make f inside trnmiff J I t ifli kSOUIURNl mm I 44- j t Inestment Coi 1PQY IK tTJI OF Lexington Kynr t d 1 j t w McELROY I I t tC AGENTtt J fft ipringfieidLy 4 t t r t f CE MEN ft f 4kt Lowest Prices a itl i i z tl flOUOHLUMBER110R B- SASH at i larid DOOBSl LATH arid SHINGBiIEt r t V CONTRACTING jji k1Ajiything In the jldi gIn at tIe SRINC FELd LUMBBfi CQs Yard f1 f r v CAVU AND GET PRIORS r = j J 0il7 Sphleni Spiders are an unsociable murti throplcal race at the best of tituw uiU usually regard each otheij with tlus most uncompromising aversion Then Ihibltters all social Intercoukse so thit a spider wandering by accident Ino his brothera web is receive l1f rt iuus ncr that ta little more tlian kin jt certainly less than kind Instead cf hospitably entertaining his visitor niiu host either drops by a tine thread iu disappears fre rlevr or prmp1y i1rr pares to fight lau net Its object but caiiuxj EvlCtlOtIS d slgnsuppn the br aTrM forethought thOJ aster oft the houre already destines lrthe lardor Bqt putting Qsldi ThcV pnidcht coa sldernUons it is a grand t heft asau agQ sight to VJtness tile encountor when the combatants are tr ill mattSi J for size and strengtbtl t IrtIIfI advance with a delicate testing of threads on both sides thp wUffllut followed by n precipitate tetreaU rd wild dangling of the hero suspended in midair and then the hcndlong rush and death grapple hand rd hahuJtcot to foot which is rendered vry Impress lye when six legs are brought into active requisition at once on either side Jjbhdon Opinion t 1Slars1aul flGoataat Weal pelt In the arly days of the Tnlted States Military academy at VIet l6lnt the men who stood high in th4 praduatlnff clasps were called stars tad tblt first five iiames ontbCUliltt ojf graduates have always been made conspicuOus by having a star placed after them The men who are less fortunate and who stand nearest the pthir end of the class are known as gohts The des Igpatlon goat ht a com pn ratively new onO andipok the place of Immortal Some years ago a er4iber of the graduating class learnlu tiat ho would itln the immortar sctlout And wishing to spare his pure its the die grin of seeing hlpi amor g the 44Iow men he tfclegrapheil to his fnthdr Chances iure I shall be anjmmortal thinking that the term woujld be understood at honie In reply he reccJlved a letter congrat elating him conveying tfte assurafico that his t1entsWUldbrprescniat commencement and as a reward for his immortality a substantial cheek i The best part pf the 8ryls said a classmate the ImnioruV cadetdfs iliulsbrohl lelf isfter e1clt the academy nnd earned the title iriort- al In the service of bW cott7If NOW Sprk Tribune f 1 r y Pt h pop c H Thyr c GUARITbO Irurwapo A uM1IANO 1QUAL AMY ii11pive CENT OOUAR j I M by llv ests evypjsmM oIIre ppsIdtiaJYZandtJcskTroyNV TO NW IiN54L i 1rC 2 RiAafl8t I1ck2j1MMuNsMs ItDs s 4tIKidDyspepsia 1it MtIs falls to cure Ilt 1ewiyt UN fdyoELkThsst- m1eh1cs =ak1 8y1 n ot dyspscs besf eJIiIMIIyforptevM1oimUosetssweIig DiiuesesisafyP ts It IItllilllipM W =t ftS = utembkthin i tbt MU4 I BURTON f t flltlIDENTDENTIT- r Q1UTJtUTMCTED rfH0UT PAIN II Is ttl Ipi pIGflILD n- Q AM DMtelJW1k Strictly f4 IL M fiORD OfCL NJ1IST-7 tJIIUHPVtLJIfJ ILPILDYt 4 lH LAIWPTONV i J r J FflOIi kQMH blS sEi7IbIJIQrutn KY iWCDr kUasMrts for fip su erPo Jlpoilt p es WHirc 12 to 2 p K j FORIGSBy- ATTONYATLAWP An PWNQTIZW iCY i It tJ t l Tt 1awLaxative BrowioQwJHiHe Ta We4 curt Payit1i 1 3ea TeYeN I iM4 PeWitUvWKck H zel Salve Mt pilet aMgfomad it a certain cure sy T K Mer4tk Willow Grove Del Optratiwi uanecessarTJtocHrr pile TJicy always ylW to De Witt Witch ItiwMl fcilve Cures skin dlseaMfall I kkrtte fytmi4tf Accept o cOHnterV feiU HaT tt Robertson Er ttilevgr is another VVif for IIiMaIM It is more erioilthan elthiflk A torpid liyer i tfv bowCl mean poiuuRcd afMMav If MCf Weted serious illness May feliqw swehsymptomB Deitts LittJrJ5 rly Rivers remove all danger ky st Utlnir theUver openin the Ww iG nd ct ARe the system of irn fiirHi s afepilis KcTcr gripe fx have take BeWitts Little Early Rls eftieVftorptaHvef every Spring for yiaWj wtifea R B Everly MoHBd yiHe Wiya au4 they 4 me mo ic good Iwii iytkiag lever tried Haydpa fibMa0n i t 1r4HI arK it a e rtww fact uNit tHcV en eiN4e yatnrff Pattiaaca aativa nk B MwMM rva irM beceaics a oiM IIIc fea the cuticle I wkt fNre BMwer ef Rbua IsiJL AaetMer peculiar fact ie tha itje eepiclally p iteaou wbca s Mt HrWapea lt twbea dry KHfilMie be perfectly afe It pre lili tlM ferater eoadltkia quite a rjaeiL iia 7Hr3 ate Jaa pee nlHB cause irWek feared fatal the doctor In at tiaiiin kept the parsnips regnrdln Ike Utatity c which tiivtir foubf tlt no tIeWt M they contlm d tbt toiita laarks 9Ctbee who kat iatuur ibiu aIMeat1 pIaie tHBa t e tker iicewite be the real gahWb pars I Htfu Jaet why the traiwfonaatlous freai jjIispem t aespoteeBB fkoukT take ataee iMMvet a1 yet beea tIi had sv MM jpeara a e aet belac able to ac J eiNwt fer tke i4upearce of eggs wkeeeetrWaSetlIatOwlunLfier iatbra rat Hit a Mae ke4gilog lied te Mi aia Mt capacity tk trap It was rJMet ie ke SHed ia a few A yif by Mrs Bedgefeeg No acre eggs wvrv mltft i Lea4e TlMea ebkedS4 HWlalt88 ate alwzt- fC IaIi aHM 7 1 aever see yu wIzen Y8ll have aaytkliic te de Wkj Iai The fact II It takes aQ aHwh W My tlate teeUlnt after other iWkr toMlHcw I have aeae lleft for leeklec after lHj8WIL Deatyeaflad iaiMikig Hktf Ute MBM trevMe jour e4I Traaeczpt Ij PlrcMHh4lI Aai yew aee tkert are pleaty of thu Mhl fee Mt ewaer aewiajc a Ia4y ttetpck Ute apartateata- rO rev eaU tItHe etoeettt replied tijKtlkMly Wkj fracieM ate theyre MtWe eaewgfc te eves keep ew family ktYeHera tates anr Mrdra t1Hr aJ ntmy kte p1udlt boant la tluit i heev tf torgt1 ii fonHteM 0rkts rljrfit Ut aever does fonvl baefk t kv tleea yea aa4 be wont let rcHi rerttt M eHkerN Pailadelplila Pie Met PKtve Leeatria a wkt ef IHHMB uzttri atJ j wkM tytatrbM Md1 befefis lR tIm 1i11t iusXewa f a rMtalwars iMMiiMiaf CMC ready Yfs kc toifcTM aMe Ikt good ux ihIa Is aveMtac tiw aeeceeity for I LU 111 tt at J i a llk ItHlzt r ai4Pk7 hsikmiid Tr TJJel rrplh1 isis 1rlrI UIlt wa w rlI wts Iiit ASTORIA1tIir1IIi 1 hi- liIIYII I LLii wwr asIsFll iu- et IfTOWN v IfuuiaiIit iiuui iuijuflu LciIIafr atteat tilt Frtami Litstj AIItYFrIaMl AcqntataitcI o12tat CW fiagwiV grocery eytforIeATtej waterinelons ton ice atOW Hagahs cold storage Cradles manufactured by W A Bond For sale at Haydon Barters GooCWHagans1or your fruit jars He has a large stock for Sale cheap Dct i forgetto gt OW Hag IIj ens prices on ruitjai They will surprise you IJ We have a car load of cow peas for sate in any qua titj THOMPSON AtGfREEN Now is the time to buy your sugars before they go tip Call aget prices at 0 W Hagans TGo to Cf W Hagansy for anything you may need in the grocery line His stock is complete Cradles on hand for oldI blades and material for repairing W A Bond at the old Casey shop There will be preaching at tiiQ Methodist church nthe fifth Sunday in June both morning and night Take your country produce to Ci If Hagans and get the high est price in the market Cash if preferred For jPearlinAmmoriia the est wshing fluid made go to John C Shader It saves labor andit saves s P- Our J sorghum and vinegar has no equal try them and convince yourself OW1Iogan My property near theL N Depot in Springfield consist ingot warehouse and scales isin thehandsoGO VThiarton for sale or rent JyA MUDD Eighatrrnark was reach 1 forthe hog markei in LouisYillB Tuesday when the best h6avyx hogs sold at 1 r5 per hjmdred This means seven cents here Wanted r Five hundred lbs pf country bacon Will pay Piore than it is worth bECaUSe I want itV v CW Sigan Work on the nEtH hotel which by the way is to be krioyra as Thee Walton iis progressing w l1Thewalls are all nearly up to the second story and from now on the work willlbe pushed rjv Paul Price tfye evangelist closddhls meetings at the Bap tint church this place on last evening and left for the South The meetings shave been largely attended and the number of- accessionstothe church is largH Tuesday was a big day for live stock shipments from this placej Thompson Yrfrikey Go shIpI ped BOO lambs about 200 hogs and some cattle There were in ailabopt 1200 lambs shipped Prices paid for the lambs range from 525 to 575 per hundred Thfi local base ball team went to Lebanon on last Friday There was a game and a row The game resulted in favor of the Lebanon boys We were unable to learn the result of the row but rather think it was de dared a draw The same teams engaged in a game on the local grounds afternoon A grand picnic to be given un UnitedPBrothers of Friendship will take place at the Fair Grounds here on Saturday July 12th BrotHer lodges from all the1 neighboring towns are expected and the gathering will be a big affair There will be music and refresh ments and a good time is promis ed by the colored brothers A telegram Was received here Tuesday by Mr George West telling of the sudden death at Harrodsburg Monday night of Mrs Emma Sexton wife of Mr James Sexton of that place The deceased was daughter of Mr George West ani married here about four years ago and MerItUijrof Mrs A Coi of thi n9EQ kPlacejTuesday i Telephone 0 WHagtinyouror- de11iJaDdSee how quick they will reach you Phpne 58 Mpre money than hams so take yourhams 1iOW Hagans aid get what they are worth The first examination for teachers for the county was con ducted last Friday and Saturday by Supt Bush and Messrs W P Grigsby andThos A Medley examiners There were fou n- appUcintsforcertificatpsThe result has not yet been announced by the board I am the agentfor Peter Burk bard it Co the wellknown manufacturer of montmenta and tombstones and anyone needing anything in thatline will do well to call on naje p A Coxj r Springfield Ky Mrs Bertha Crow wife of Mr Ben Crow died at her home near Mt Zion this county rather sud denly pn Monday night last She was a yery estimable young woman with many friend She had been married to Mr Crow who is a sonof Mr Zack Crow only about two year The deceased was a Bister of Attorney WF Grigsby ofthisplace The funeral took place from Mt Zion church on yesterday mprnr mgV I Mrs Delphenia Smith 76 years f a ediedat her hotoe on the Boston pike about foVr miles from town at 180 oclock Saturday morning of helrt failure The funeral took place atst Josephs Church Iin nis city at 9 oclock SundajKmorii ing after which theJfarial took scemeteryshe Smith who died May 27 1902 Decefiised was a mostestimable Christian woman a good neigh bor fand was greatly Moved by aU who knew her She was the mother of Mr John Smith of the Bardstown Hotel who since Vpril 27 hnft lost by death hip uaufehtui Miss Pi y und both parents HLs h gatci died April 27 his father May 27 his mother June 21 Nelsori Recotd i t Mr John D Bodine well known throughout the county died very suddenly at Jils home nerCamp Ground church just over the Nelson ounty ine on last Monday afternoon Mr Bodinehad jjust returned home from a trip oiihdrs bapk to Chap lin and on entering the house told his Wife he was not feeling wtell and started toile down on a couch when he suddenly sank and expired He had been ttiretehed with heart failure for some time The deceased was aj very popular citizen of the neighborhood and a progressive farmer He leaves a wife wh- qtasa iss Arnold and four daughters Mrs Bodine is a sister of Mrs S M Karrick of this place Miss May Bodine a daughter is a frequent visitor in Springfield where she has many warm frien srless11 Joe and George Bdinoof this county are brothers of the Deceased The funeral took place at Camp Ground church on Tuesday Rev 9hrlstianchurch services Court Day Sales These was vather a small crowd in town on Monday and business was rather dull for a court day The auctioneers did only a fair sized Business in livestock sales S M Campbell yearlinghelfe calf for 13725 cow and calf for 2890 plug marefor14 com bited horse for 6075 horse 50- a yearling mule ior 2510 an other same for 26 one 4 year old horse mulefor 190 CoL R Ey Whayne spldf for Young Grand Co of Marion county IS head of nice Polled Angus yearling steers at 2745 per head Also sold cow and call for 27 cow I and calf for 2 J 10 milk how for 2125 cow and calf for 2850 horse for 88 tHree buggies at 2110 8150 and 2650 and a surrey for 2150 Take anything have to sell to C W Hagan and you get a price put on JtTry him fora joke I T J IEUNAL Mrt MoLaBfjUx bas retura d frOm aTWt WIM1IMer W I6uaDMCi41roy oa ein Tu dy mJfkt friArizoaa f cc Ula MisStHap has retdfro New AJt hid J MnT 8 Wright of West Ppialf TltltlJIC re1aLYH lIere f Mr 0 Fatter Whtrtos made aTiBf trip to LoMirilit ltIt week Al x Barber BM TftaraBd from St Mary g college for the vacation ijr Kill Naomil BroWn bas ret raed from a ytet to frteada in LebanoH MteJ Ola Goatky of Valley Hill i vlaitlagMlao Rebecca MoWborter Miss Louise Sttlot Maud vM tket mtofMn Byron Cromke tkii week Mrs Wit ColvJn of Bard town t1 visiting tier daughter iftf Dudlv Tapp OleHaod Canaiagham Iis at home from NMkyiUe wkere he kabeIa- 4endlng college Marshal Duncan cane in Saturday Unlyel8UYtOIp8 aaughferborne in Kansas Oitv Mrs Sidney Green and Miss Ina KiEEiberlln kaveretarnedlrona an ex tended viIf to relatives in Texas Mrs W H Sweeney and little dan geter of Lebaaqa visited at tho home of W H Leacbman the flrft of the wek W Claybrooke started for Mr vUagbam Taeeday to be with bis brother Hubert Who Is quite elcfc at that place Wathea Simans and Ben Medley who have beea attending school at Not18DaBieId are at home for the vacation v Miss Veoia Browne has gone to Louisville where shell to act as krideflaald at the wedding 6f anOl- dicoolatate Miss Annie McOhord etertalned her euchre club in a very delightful Hjaaaer at her home Bjsar town on last Tknrsday afternoon t Dr D OPolin was taken suddenly ill white retaraing from making a profeaeional call od Monday and waa confined to his home for a day Mr John Carey one of the raoit ubiktantial farmers of the Polin rieiga borhoqd Iin on County Court day aad added his name to ureubcrlptlon lUt MrJ Joseph Mansflefd came in Sat urday from Harvard College Ernest Mansfield who baa also been attend lag Harvard will spend bis vacation la Maryland Mfae Mary McOlellan who was upon ding her vacation with her brother Mr W L McCJellan lef t Mondajr for Lexingteate attend the Kentucky Bdoeatlonal Association irco McCbord entertained a fewlladies at elll1t band euchW OB last Friday afternoon Later In the evening Miss LldaGrnndy waa the hosteae at the Jlcdaord home io a party of young people Who played six hand euchre tatBTMttof te Atffaaa stfferers Daniel auto Otterville IOWA writes I lhav hadaathraa for three orfour years a lJjhetrled all the cough and asthma medicines in the market and have received tr rment from pnyiicianV in New York and other cities but got very lute benefit 1untillticd Foleys Honey aad Tar which gaVe me immediate relief will nevetbe without it in the kouse slucercly rccommebd it to all Jlb- y Wood Robertson Drug Co I Parm For Sale Two hutfdred and forty acres one mile nOrth of Fairfield N I8oncP intytky WilT price llow to cash buyer A4dret E1 READ 615 Wt Chestnut Stfc 4t Louisville Ky Farm for Sale My farm containing 49 acres situated on the Manton dirt road about 3J miles frqm Springfield is for sale A gPofl house and barn on the place land famaH- in grass except about 8 acres Iso contains a fine lot of young locust trees For further particulars apply to J R RINEY Springfield Ky fhad Specials Fresh flat every Friday Oranges lemons and bananas Fandy cakes and candies a fresh line Fish seines in any size furnish ed on short notice Fresh California canned peaches and apricots WANTED Country hams rind chickens Eggs and butter for cash or trade AIealrrkd III suffered front dyspedsiaand in digestion fifteen years writes W StttTdervant of Merry Oaks NO After I had tried many doctor and medlcfnejto no avail one of zny Mends persuaded me to try Kodol IP gave me Immediate rclelf I can eat al mftUgestiond achIitroBble by dieting Tbatonly further wcikenB thXsystem You need wholej some strengthening food ICodol en ddles you to atsinilate what you cat by digesting it without the stomachs aid HaydOM and Robertson IA N illl l X- MhHfl4tV ksthewta N GHOSTS THE iP1 IBy LMtcf Qrey Cfcwrrigfct by thi s McCluro oapaar kJ Mary Manners was it war with ke s WIVoIghtexceptediNodecidedly that certain reLcllIous curl wanttt1l1nkipnbotstatrythonter7We tpihepark He ventured 16 hint that even lila presence might be a bar to the flow of thought X 4I could not go alone irtupld itwould not be proper UOr Interesting She flashed him a look and he sub sided t The park 100kMcoin and rather lDOmy but lir sigh of satisfaction oa rrs INTO IHB axvx aluD pi was quite ecstatic as she cried On I do rkr5SoBut now when the breath of spring lain the 11r I MOre winter than spring In this iIi he retorted grimly There Is a lot of ice stili jn these aheltered walks 60 do llet me help you But Sbq refused lila proffered hAnd erel1htune Evidently her spirits were 0s tag In proportions his felL Overhead slg1iedUDdenough IB the fitful glimmer of the gas lamps Now came a bit of Incline She itart eddown reCki8S1YW1tha challenging look at her silent escort Lets ee who gets to the bottom first But on theinstant her foot caught oa a bU of graveL She swayed and would have fallen If his ready hand had not steadied her The effort however de strayed his own equilibrium Dofrn down rolled the dignified Mr Ypigbt to the bottom of the slide His high Bilk hat rolled even faster in an exploring expedition toward the little brook that ran alongside the path Thegirl clasped her hands tragically Oh it is going into the waterl Save iti Save HI Then she 6urst out laugh 1Mrjtud went in chase of the hat When he brought It back she was still laughing UI am glad that I afforded you so much amusement His tone was very freezing lIlIam happyjo tell you that the hat has escaped Iniury tour anxiety about it was quite remarkable As for my injurlesr6b thaf Is a mat ter of no consequence to you evidently Her laughterbad died away and she bent toward him contritely Forgive air laughing If you could only have seen how funny youjlopkedr Another parpxysui was threatened but she steadied her voice as she daught sight of i1face But you are not hurt areyou Just let me brush you off and you will be tall right Will Wlll refused tobe placated H bad been laughed at and ridicule pierces to the innermost core of a mans being Dont pretend an Interest you have Just shown conclusively you do not feel I am quite ready to resume our walk homeward And he turned and began to ascend the incline The girl was glad that the friendly darkness bid her involuntary expres- aba of pnlued surprise William the meek William the long suffering fiad rebelled She bad teased him and played with him fbls then was the last straw Then o wave of Indignation flooded over her How rude lu was how un- kInd She stood still und gazed at the tall figure hurraingup the slope Row could hp treat her so She would go home alonV But the park was very dark and silent A cold tremor seized her She was afraid WIth tnoflt undignIfied haste she hur ned after nnd caught tip with bin panting A glace at him brougfr back her courage The bearing was any thing but victorious Her tone matched his own a she said I cannot go home alone Wo need not have any further conversa tion however nod I wont trouble broa InrVplghtwlnced visibly at her wprdr There were signs of yielding as be re plied You know that I am always glad to do things orIon Mips Manners laughed bitterly And 1ZNO JIflzI8ft Mc Its M frofIokU In ummwA sin wln r if you ws WMlc W run YRupliefer8COIT a JIQFJJX 44x5 MMlMMct N ref yet you were going fo leave me aioae just nbw It wasnt a Und wasnt a gentlemanly thing to do His anger feuned up againISj could not endure your mockery It simply showed that I hAd been mistaken all along that yOu did not care for me had been only jlaying with Inn Her voice was loW and vibrant as sberetortedUThatk why I was zest less tonight why I have been restless for many dajfs I was trying to makeup my mind Whether 1 really loved yon You have helped me ta solve the question I can give you the answer now It No He was too stunned to speak and they hurried on In silence An angry spot of colorburned In theglrrfi cheeky but the darkness hid this as well t the glint of tears In her eyes and the pallor of the mans face Suddenly kc caught her to him al must rudely She struggled but he lifted her bodily and then set her down trembling Even as her cry of Indignation rang outthefe wjitf a blaze of whlteVlIghtra whir af wheel and the aitoinobile was out of sight Volghfs voice trembled as he whiz pered That li the White GhoSt but It might have been the White Death for both of us thoughahestraggled and too startled to realize her narrow escape After a nioment What was It ta you i had been killed What right have you to Interfere There was a traitorous tremble la her voice that gave him courage The right of loving you Rod the last ten minutes made life seem so worthlesstorJou too7 He tried to eber face but she had hidden it on hlsishoulder He bent hlk head till hls lipsatmost touched her hair Cant you find Jt la your heart to change your answer Her face was etlll hidden and only a lovers ear could have caught the faint reply Origin at Old Qlorr lathe reminiscences of Lord Eoaald Gower Is found a story of the origin of the stars and stflpea The star spangled 1 nerottheAmerican republic has Its origin from an old brass on the floor ofBrington church In North znptopsblre The brass covers the tomb of one Robert Washington and is dated 1622 On It appears the Washington coat of arms consisting of three sCars with bars ior stripes beneath them On the first day of the new year ITtti the thlrteeQ united colonies raised a standard at WashlngtonabeadquartersThis S of tItpresent but retained the crosses of St George and St Andrew an a blue ground in the corner In 1777 the ctos es were replaced by stars as the iec laratlon of Independence rendered the retention of the English element unnec essary and Inconvenient In thus adopt- Ing the arms of his ahcestors ds his own distinctive badge Washington jia doubt Intcnded the flag merely ala private signal for his own personal fol- lowIng but it was at once adopted as- a national emblem Probably there Jnot another case In the worlds history in which the private arms tanob scure family have attuned such world wide eaiikence and repute CJuarcteeILAwclder Clearly a persons character Is shown bly the manner In which he llaughs oh rather by the sound yrhlcti he makes It Is maintained by a European psy cholo ist The followiog according to him are unerring indications fliose w16 laugh iDA drf who make a sound Uke A are trnn loyal and fond of bustle and movement and are generally of a versatile character Those who laugh In E1 are phleg mate and melancholy Those who laugh InraamOit chil dies do are timid Irresolute candid affectionate andever ready to work for others Those who laugh In O are gener otis bold and self confident i Those who laugh in U arc misan thropes r V Too SoonTir Uer Apropos of those who never enjoyi tIe luxury of a carriage save when the death of some one makes for a free rids to the cemetery the Rev John Watson Ton Maclnreri told ofn little girl standing ut VC Ui avenue and Thir tieth street New York sbe was a rag gad little thingl and she was watcpng the carriages rolling past with the mostwistful blue eyes Well little one he said rvduld you like to own one of those carriages The blue eyes turned up and there wero tears In their corners IIXneTcr rode In a kerrldge she Raid softly Me little brudder died afore I wa4 bornl Hoar aad JSTarta On one of his later birthday anniver sarles Senator Hoar wrote to William Yo Evarts and ntuJatedhIm jipr on his length of years In his repli the aged lawyer said it brought t mind an old lady In New England wM had bccaslSix to write to a friend aboaj some matter of trifling Jmportance an when she had reached the end of th thirteenth page awakened to the fac that she had been rather diffuse an added Please excuse my longevity Type WOt to JHame The talented youngj authoreM was a most In tears In that review of my h1aor nov t1ntJala mornings paper said you wade a typographical and called It a hysterical novel That want a typographical e madam Mitt the lltflrary editor wl frosty IeChlrro TiibuB FRANK W SIMMS BEN P SIMMS JOHNPjSB FRANK W8JMMSCO l IwyYJFeed and Sale j Stable New and Stylish Rigs and good Hori i S for tra veiling men Give H 1SPl9ialoutdfit stalls and good treatment for boarding horses PHONE 75 SFRlNGFIEkP K t I L L mw6e 1 Iilvfte Your IflSptiofl TfJj r Of our elegant Stock of NEW GOODSA V Spring Drs 1 newshadesnwWveLGinghams Madras and Mercerized Effects iS tII 7 Ire arent w prepare 1 a cornpIetetstockof Gt6fMtNG r J Thelargetand most attractive we havje ever shown ail d LOWER IIli BRICf V l Than ypu i illJ find elsebvherei r Ib J Just opened outfadargt l Stock ofSI R Fl CORSETSJThe White Pkand Blue n1 Dont iltovi9it our Wall Paper Ic Carpel Lace GurTain and Rug Depart ment It is nOW more complete than ever before In Shoes we are showing Vicii Kid Patent Giijf Patent Kid Velour CalfJBotCa1f4c made on all last from the plainest to the most extreme Call and examine them Ve Guarantee to Suit you J We still extend- 5a s ecii1IJnvitrtion to dash buyers Always giving special cash priced banking you foe j past favors and soliciting a continuation of yourgifttran fe We remain Yours Truly Cunningham QUDOODl ww i wwiiwiliiiWiHiiii IKLOTEESTOQ SUIT Ii 5ITDCIIITnUATHERtI 4 want That is W IiavodIt havethm If JJ II Ii rUar stOck of Men s SuerSuits Hs and ShOes contain a varjet and kooci I alut v 4j15 4S 1 1d ftf IToI The Ladles TfJ l JJL t 1 t IrSo ialinvit tiJtv inspect Okck o J GdsadNfS rl f U r 4 ices We re rnjt I 1ajbrki M 0 ENo II Is the man to see about Upholster ingand repairing Furnritqre Awnings for Doors and windows furnished andr put up Also SCREEN DOORS nnd W1NDOV iM ke lty pf kin u nrtts furnishing and hnglng oti- size shades Keep on hand sampIes I Headquarters at present J yy Mayes Furniture Store S dk t Bryan Roasts Platform W J Bryan cotnmenliBg onj lb p1 dop4Id by the In daiPbiCOLY1St 1The Gpmrfbeei- yiflb Ifeukocrftis of IidJan rbs ve adopted a good pMofcno kall er have permit Vd the i I tafrtioa eltuMits to win a r + kry which will ilienatfe more rifrat thaorit will draw bactc 4g1th party White tlie piat dIn UnC s the Fowler bill th4 trusts and takes astrocx WMiiM the guwrtipa of Tm p riflixa tb faUurt of the Ipsrtf 10 iMrm the Kansas pKdm fcows that the men VHbo Strolled the coyfntiqBs k wire Mthsr not iniiannony with 1 i majority of the party or too w tiiild to give yotes to the con Yietki Qf the voters The men who referred a JUpaWicam victory to the Chi wi Qbr Kansas City platform will aipvei institute any reform etrredreis a y frUnrjrac They tver fight an o pea bftitle The 4 Jylclor whidh they gained nr In itaaa in so far as they have gain I ed one JMHI bsn aiioed by MaSth anil tecattfte tbs tank M lie were aecexe Tbe sLragg1Letween human righti aM attd iiammoB is as fierce to A jMitWMinl896 and 1000 4 iV victory can be won ty d6toronais The GoaaHKraer urfei iUiiadiwia rtaders Tosup ort thikst noBiiBat5 butIE itjalso urges tbe to organize to pevent otlr isvislon It is adteicatl inatter of ei ilret that l yof the delegates advocated the petitioa of Mr Rrys namson the pIatfoim- I 5Chfe firttr should dot bs made ifor aaV mta btit for the princi Jiile oSfthe party Mr Bryan Iis ipt Vcandidate ioraiiy thing be- isI aot seeking the endorsement fjti any cdnvention but like inil 4ltons6ptberT emdcrats be iis iteriisted ip having the Demo craticpairty stand for something fightJarloyall Democrats frOm themselves vA fifht 6ver aa individnaneaves the principal uniettled TMYearsIIIed X A Gray Jt POaksyille Ind wriks F6r ten years I was con ffiued toiny bed with disease of my Itldneys It was so severe i that epald not move part of the time I coBtulted the very best medical skillj 1bFoleys Kidpey Cure was recommended to me it has been godseudto me Fpr sale br Wood Robertson TJrug Co alfthe stomach performs its functio actively and regnlarly the food of which is the receptacle is transformed into blood of nourishing quality which furnishes vigor and Warmth to the whole body Herbine giys ton tp the stomach and promotes diges ifpn and assimilation Priccs50 cents HaydonRoDertson Success of Phf nney and 4 4S kisand vTtil reputation of Phinneys band which bas been engaged afc a great expease to play at the Lexington ElksFair Augustll inclusive became national during Jiis six months engage nQnt at the Worlds Columbian iBxpositidn when millions of S1freop1e representing every coun jry listened tOliis superb cot fccrtSi Since Jbat time the band Displayed at nearly every large eposition national and political meeting and celebration They ibaye given over fifty thousand jmoncects and traveled more hat vpnH hundred and eighty fi e c thousand miles The band will Jgivc concerts day and night att ihe Lexington Fair N f Fantastic 1storieshave fl I M beenwrittenof I I III I IV Vi magic mirrors in 4ll Pt winch tile future wti revealed If f ascii a thing were yoMible many a bright faced bride woald ihrink from the revelation of her- Mlfr stripped of alt her loveliness If jiKfiS paej tMsg which would make a woman shriafc from marriage it is to seesbh rapid physical deterioration which 5ew ito Ia many wives The cause ia Ii eiieollydne towomanly diseases f I ieaKh end lost comeliness are Hutirtd ly the use of Dr Pierces Iajwtite Prescription I cures irregular jtijjiitfrmiA dries weakening drains it r fItiih iafUmgiatioa and ulceration and ares fsIe weakee It fa wkkr tHe greatest pl asnre that I ten Sr vxxltePrescrijjUom juid aa Mtmvtrf dose ftr me llw Zl L Bamkei of North Tih st jt TA Th y bare done me a siW I htd fefaale weakness for six s u M itMM woHtd fed 40 badly I did not to do bit I ibtivd relief at last to Dr Pevc for Ids kind adrice 1 have IM dic1e miit in y koc and I11 alas a led to the pudiaeebsIf fiftfai c Prescnjptioa because of itsI nM lkabte cures of other womea do t aics a bMitute which baa of thecazeith its cret vKttt Th Pisrr Cemo 5eij- Advipsr jper eoeru s ei It h r1t c ti neoeot Ma yf1plIed madiugatily dbbod voZitme aen 3 Mp A Dr EVPkr Bu1o I AaetepaiifwA1I- III PsDCiefIIIIirTN I pNARc Tx- ci5 ApcfeclRedyforCoMIipaBoa WorsCixsFeveristi ness and Las QCSUEEP pcsinae Sgnature d W UflK oYrA Tour In the Rocky Moun j talus Ampuntaln tourist in search of grand and beaaitifinl scenery finds an embarrasment of riches is Colorrdo and TTtah but jftbe names of the Denver Eio Grft ae Western railroads re borne ih mind when planning a trtpj there is little chanc pf making a mistake or meeting with dissapointments j This is the only route having two distinct lines through the Rocky mouutuiriSf thus affording the tourist the adyantage of going Via one line and returning yiatheothex Jn the stfmmer the trip trom Deuvier Colorado Springs or Pueblo to Grnd Junction may be made via the main Imei through the Royal GoraeLeadvUiej ovor Tenqes see Pass through Eagle River Canon Canon of the Grand riyfer and Glenwbod Springs retufn lug via the Black Canon otthe Gunnison and Marshall Pass pr vice versa all through tickatf being available either roote Tourists to and frOm Salt Like City Ogden Portland or 9an Pamcisco will find ifc tb tEeit advantage to have their pickets reiia in both directi ns yia ThE SceriibLinVof the World yani The Great Sail Like Route thus securing the privilege of using one pt the abo e lines geirigahd the btpfer regturning The apove covers inaygeneraf way the franscontinentaT portion pi thfe Denver Rip Grande and the Rio Grande West irntbut it must b femembered4fiat tn4s ts but a part of the entire system For instance tne line from Pu eblovoyer beautit LaVeta Bkss Vjathe magniBce roltec Gorge fi Durango iindT thrpugb he picturesque AnVmasi jGanonf to Silverton iaffpr s boo of the grad sttiJpon the contifl nij TJiis i3connectiOn4h tbe SUvertbl RaUroad and the Cfiira- ffii yf jw stage lide16r1ith t Rii GragdieSoutherhl Railroad from Parango tp RidgeWtt fpfnis the celebrated Around the Circle trfa the remainder of tbM4rii beingmade eastward oVer the Denver R16 Grande SPhere tlice alsp many smaller sid6 trips thaicah be made in this beautiful region Write S K Hooper G P TA Denver ColQ for illustrated descriptive amph1t Maavwonien fail to digest their food and so become pale and sallow thin and treik while the brightness freshnetisiind beauty of the skin and complectiop departs Remedy this b taking H erblne after each meal to ffeathrlfat yptt have Cateji4 JPrice gcO at Haydon and Robertsons Holy Land While tfavejlihglait week I had th pleasure of spending a few hours ia thst progreafelva little town called JuncttonCifcr Upon I CAsiomA Jho kind You Have AIWMS Bght Bears the zIture t If- iOseS Thirty Year- sCASTORIA entering the town by rail one would imagine hewas entering a city The two hotels ate pod ern in every way and entirely up locate I wasr asked to visit Mrs Htehflyerg home the greatest curiosity for miles around Ofaftaveird uncanny pTaces this was the most Her home is cine bnilt by herself of shingles and thud it consists 0 ronrroomea1UQuruot being as large as a modern dining room The two front room 3 held thojcuiiosities We were met at thedodr by Mrs Highflyer hold ing a sniall infant in her arms Afterdrawing aside a sheet WQ passed into the Holy Land The walls were Covered withil lustrations fcaken from the bible OH the floor were hundreds of pager dolls representing the different characters of the bible Hn one Temote corner sat quite a huo brpf home made paper dolls while in the cprcer stood a talifigure This she explained Was Christ prjeaching to the multitude Shehad built the ark of paper anti overhead was the dove made of red clqth In the second room we found the man ger A china doll lay upon a bqd of hay and bear it stood Mary its mother Then therer was a doll to represent Pilate and before him stood Christ In another corner stood Mary Jo seph and the Savior They were well formed figures of clay two feet high Tile faces were well moiled Mis Highlander explain d tnatcsbe Bad made the tace just usshe had seon Christ During our call shevsang versts from the bible playing continu Ally on n organ In every cifn ceivabla place WAS Jouncr a sm all lamp burning No chimueJt were on them and it lis cortiinlj miraclfe how the papers aroun o them have not long since caught fire and burned this woiderfuf shanty The baby she carried sne said was ihe Christ cjiird INeyar have I been mare deitht ed l16 breath the pure air thai when I emerged front this wein piade SuchsensBtions as ort feels there canrot bo imagined However it was Interesting arid wonderful so if you ester go the Junction t woulo pay you to visit Mrs ffighfander Har rpdsburg Democrat ToCoutost Attorney EJ McDeruott of Jiouisville und Mr Robert Liin caster of Lebaoon rapt in thi city by appointment After a AttorneyNwill of they late S P Lancaster jthey were closeted with Drs Blincbe and Gore the attending physicians of theBeceased Al though the fijentleraeo did not state that such was the rasa it is generolly ibeletved that steps are being taken to cpnlest theiIof tbo late S P Lancaster kelson R cordsS Nasal la Its there baaJd ba clssnkciii EiysiCrc4nti3alnt i crr5theltthcscatanhddriveainaaI orer thVaicmlJjiae and is Eilfefto Laairroqoas It otngIocs Todoca fsMfag Urge benU at Drag gMi orbyauli Trial SIze2O cents brndll =IiTB OTaBJias Wren StreeVNew Tot r w Ii LINOUIpiw1l LIST jjt JOTtRED IIST3 1 I143 NAMES Prn ty Ttfo r 1 REMARKS 4 SRINGFIELD Iart Eenty 1 Ip olyenra ckerCbaiJobnsoi 1 Insolvent Bob insolv nV aaKeyLogan JtohnJs liisd1eiILee Jolint 1 ItitoJVei 4 McEiroy JohnT 1 Ins 1v nt McElroy HenXy 1 Insolveri Maype Jobn i InsqlVet ai Mlckens Old I tnso1ven Montgomery Joe 1 Insolvent Mclntire Joc1 Vi iOaIr McKenna Arthur 1 Insojyen ti Inhenh1OebournePadddolc Andrew 1 In8olyen Peters EdIInsolvent Peters John 1 InsovonB Ray Tom JT In8oveni Ray Bpb Insoiveni Roy Booker lins ivent Ray Ben 1 thsolvent1 Railey Ben 1 IisoIven Spalding Lig0j fpsolventt Spalding John 1 insoivent SherellisDayesKwv Inso1vcnt4 StoneD WiEiJti U I IusolyenV Smith iTpfiOT f 1 Inso1veiif Steven nDenids 1 Iusotvrint4iI3 StoBob 1 insol 0nb Wakefleld Will t T Insolvent Vakefle1dBob Inso1yenN Warren Jim 1nsoivait Young Jim 4r r Insolvent Young Dan ci 1 Insolvent anoTS ijBIackEllory Erank5a I Tnsplvent Harbor deo jj 1 Insolvent fiogan Durham J1 Insolvent it tf Mitchell Wilson Li Insolvent jfMoore I InSolvent sil Insplveht Peters Frank 1 Insolvent PetersEd dj Insolvent Spalding TomiT 1 Jottcounty SpaIdIngani Insolvent VA Summep Trip Unsuif passeiJ on the Continent TJbe trip to Say Lake City or to the Pacific coast via that point over the Denver Ri9 Grande anditbe RtPrrande West iri is the most tieaulifnl in America Ifo Eurqjaean trip of equal lengih oin compare with it in grandeUr of scenery pr weal 0 110 velti terest t sell isa mpst quaini and pictdr esque place and well worth the journey Its Morman femples tabernacle titlyng offices and church institutions its hon sup plier springs within the city Inn its its delightful temperature sunpy climate an t its Great Salt Lake deader ind denser than the Red Sea in Palestine are but a few features of Salt Lake Citys cdiantiess attractions There are parksvdnves canons and buaatiful dutlyingniotmtaios and lake resorts Imagine if you ana bath in salt water a mile above sea level arid in water in which you caunbj sink Inquire of your nearest ticket agent for low tourist rates to Salt Lake City or write for in formation and copy of Salt Lake City the city of the Saiuis tS K Hopper generalpassen ger agent Denver Colorado flk Way Sabbath School Tcachcr Whcri veri angry what should you do Joliiiny ThlckneckrKnock fhedthor fellordown sib on his head nntljthen count 00 Thats 1heonly safe way maam Judge Severely III Mits sick youve been Sirs Mcqinnl say Sldr la It was that sick tliat Jd bo a dead woman now If I hadnt lived Indianapolis News The Artlitlo Jnimnee The artistic Jap shows nothlns In a room absolutely nothing except a lovely flower and a screen anti perhaps a beautiful vase You would never know from the rooms of n Jap that he was a great picture collfeori The vcalthy collector kcijps nll hlr treasures stowed away In what Is cult ed a go down his storehouse anti hU plcturcsVire brought up one at a tlmft qny visllor Is present or expected Generally a single picture will be brought fa and hung up You enjoy that beautiful picture by Jtself fit la very much llko bringing a bottle ol wine from the cellar No one would want the whole bin at a tlmeJapalit A Hecbrd In Color by Mortimer Meu pea Seemed noa onallc c Johnny had written n composltlonln the narrative style and was howlps Jt to his mother former appr6val before submitting It to tile teacher Heres n sentence that will not do Johnny she said as she read it When the man found that he had called at the wrong door he politely explained himself away A man can explain a thing away my dear but not himself I dont see why contended Johnny A man can bow himself put cant he Certainly Then why cant he explain bimscil away aintnality of Dcitlnntipn- A listless hoking woman came Into a car anti dinppfns languidly into a seat hy the sMeof an acquaintance drawled out htzily 4 nc this you Why ifag howarc you was the equally languid reply here you irolh1 Hefr ilv Noiv1iars Where you goin KqwhaTs t Wfc I l Well then T guess rjl just dragI along with 1youi LippIncotts zIne J3npJr EnRir li TJmbrcllaw4ITwQct1ttur agO the urnbr1ii4 was know rathLllisetl as lunshade flea Jonson and Beaumont and Fletcher al luded to Jt In 1712 It was Tised ng a rain protoctoti Gay in Jils Triyla speak of the uintre1laR oily ihed1 whiith was r1eorded aV a lilnd ofsouIwcsfer material mdre glnghtftn or silk which was used la Its cckistrnr it that ieIlpa P InsolventI a foundYocumYouiiJolm +1 ney Oabonrnea fll Grigaby Johne rl Z 4 hIflIpfrOfll Listed tw cc IillIl te eedP1W irnInaolyjr tLDaIKtotNJjyon tui1tDOai iVriP i Woit D0anGeoS4 3 IIl5ijMOIlt flhIlottJDwjbcrlt51tv io iin1 I + MUlttIJiELi 4tei toe ofltgomerylj Insolventr ISlantgomory pipIsjsplvont 4 JIeIt1r1t s5StiThnraIi1iioinai Iwtlonasj1n W j tIPSuiIkor i1rlttsojv Wri14TEios Iisplvont r vifif thSPRItiI 1GrtinVzuj i JnsoTventi cruhdySam4 ff4i 5f LeftCniiiit HIgginstaror 1Tnsotvent t 4 flughcs11rwdy LIns lvdnt Leftcunty- I Iiiaolvei4tRay Jim 4JIIr1v nt t Sileeman GliasJr 1 Insulvent t1 IThompsqnWi184 I f j1 Jnap lvent a V BJSjIGitOVEDJftrCT Brqwn Dan Notfuniid hjtcge1ipn 1Iiisolven P laiiJlin i 1nsbivuift 4 MeKittitck1ffolin Lctiounty41 p FAEDtifliIIJ4II s SCENE OF THE RECENT VOLCANIC DISASTER rW lv k t t llCrrCrtberiiern YompeflWa Called the Pkrl of the Vcnln aiea Clmrnctcrlutlc of the lilanlfl and It Inlinhltr nt r if The Islatfdbfc Martinique where 4he recent disastrous volcanic dsjfbance took place with tljeneIgbboiIrisltlI of Guadeloupe jMnns the Jas of the French iJuMssiuua ju uic Wes n dies Martinique Is about 35Q miles southeast of Porto Rlep The IstajjJdV greatest length is fortythree mllesiind 4he mean width Of teen miles Inithearid a line pf Blower heights hAwpea them fonh thc liackbbne of thelsland which culminates In Iont Pelee which rIos 4450 feet above the level of the sea J The volcanic orlgfn of Martinique unmistakable itabdundri In tvarm arid hot springs nnd tlfere are sfic crotcrs of volcanoes to be f und In different parts of yie Island most of then ef tlnct Mont Pelee howevcr has occa atonally been active an eruption occur ring In 4851 and Its mutterlhgs hav always been a sourceof terror toftbfl Inhabitants z St Pierre which was practically ob literated during the recontorupti6 of Mont Peletf TrasltUo principle city of the Islafid of Martinique and thelargest settlement In the Jrench WcsQIndlcs J prtdorErance the capital of ithe colony Is ten miles south pf St Pierre arid tins a population of about In 1S39 this city Was destroyed by an earthquake but subsequently rebuilt The city of Stere bad a ppi ula Uon of 23OOOTabout twjice the ponula Uon of Pompeii wlpcd out by Vesuvius In A D 7D It was situated on tile northwest coast of the Island 6iita few miles frdm the vbfcano Jjylofon the shores ofthe Caribbean sea thc town was divided into two parts by a rJvulQt over which have been erjjted Bereral handapme bridges Suiperous public buildings schools a bano omo r ptLza tIcutIrIiiPIIVftRyhiutifut reeklences ittdo It tbp IurfrryftliP Krenh is T5tnci lnRins n ils st r ige4tlliIcc4 i4r- i t a ttIwl 4= TT A0 i ftticii cgyptS Jiik nroa or asi squsrj njie Oi i tjwliqlelsjpiq tII iqe fifillj In St Pierre the PCPN3tdll15 thhItse comfosedlargely of ziebesdiid mualtoes IInstead tIie o11 nijL bean race tInrtinjiie ntrixi that Is varidil In corer niii s mlnglingbf races Is foaaa tL ero siit1 its Is inot iij1o otlCr part of tile Vf tIfldeS A QilntcuEtqniprevaitei1uthlL vanished city When a chikl jwas ktt the town crier went abroad ringing a bell and caillug nttnUoii to JthC fact llpithi1sprlnJJle the slrcep acbnfda an kml If neglected In olved hut Hhp dtvst cot Pelee now lips deep on tlIunod town but the VofebTf the Wllfmatf h silent Few cre teft of fits oucSybuBi thousands t i f ou Pierre was well Wttf V11- 1esqne and bedutlfulj it hind nlvrnyfif- acjdn UvclynnQ commbrcliBlly Hvd It had a woptlerfu supply of gobdw tcj- Rfjpmjng from th uabunralni jU water ran down thV strc6snmlnliiture rlv cfs soinetlmasln napengu terin the middle pfthe ptr 9tr M1n0tn1n o smaller gutter on each slie This open water wIth entirely for cbyili aud- cleansing purpose The driting roi tr raiilnjipes and ntshott Luvni iii ther Streets were diqinkfiK fonnuiins The botanical ghrflcn in Sftjt5 Sw pronounced onerofUhe ni stf Wautifil 1xttiwpnld Close to thin envjkii iere the aid dueling itpr h ju- ttisor nrs re ir of tIiose io foti teeldstIda ri tf i It wflsln Martinique that iloscnblne empress of the French tak boral no the people ar very proud of that fact Vhen Josephine was veer and aepiJraP ed fromberbuslaxid Napoleon Ubnu parte she returjic tp Martjniqis and spent scyeth1 y ars ithcrc The people of Pkrrepwhdresc l15Ii rctCd- a beautiful Oionninnt tolirreinsry Last yparipti1IlciRvasrliitel b UiierViblt Iratn iijo which Wroiht the stfucticn tlirtdfelMHt the SMt fti les liud vcen1lL huIredliiQ lest 41iWlOtIt a anti Vokait lsIUiut Nittt awful uismiev is in1u441tptCra lri in the vurIlI tsprj SfntiatIca 1iaii t th ihkcI The rbllbwIhgpRliircs obtilhed jfroi reliable sonrcoa iiliow thsliiiean lfejl of the JakQ surfRCJp ffiov the rqeftii tide sitN w I pck and thdri nmxtmnai 1tptli reeptilyLtke Oiihrto2ft3t- hi cet 71S tCettlt0p It1eErtc iesof- tet aiitl210 feet dI1 I s123 font 570 fe4t tiesh Inle Biiron5- t5L23 rcet or C01T3 feAt htQ8 feet liloep Iecpest wrtttjr ruiis yery fur1y iJtt1ir0fliiOut tIi iiw trthiot wlitersitrfk tiiisi4- mivs zie rdhig i Qiw raaii 84deMuoit tiii Is us To11ow LaLe uiqti1LukehlCIi t 2Xh fnkt Mte- Kt Iig- tr rio n total dteits of 4I- dstjar iiU1 A centati t wiruii Oa- tsrtitiattjb ilao ckiir are the delgh4of her parents the otli- cr tiny canie to tier granJfatbtr with titr raaeait UnIcs tlrariilim she feud I saivrts iner thing this Morning running across the kltcjien floor rltl nut any llags What k think It yIte Pi4J ftpjllr CpiipMsiob 1cndkT for awhile nntl ipiv up WH t msiZ heJipkd y 4IMgiet ILInut- thi tLly Iittb 1it Arkk1 0T transforin Wi11sourtlie theinteventxi1er sweetest disjoeitionkfd ld abtenathre into it rossgraiiid and irritable individual if iiupathinedor faultfiuiding crc ever excuSable it is whieqtlie body in tortured by nit eating and4nTnIioc f j Itis ruly xkscourhgan t ilnttHW months rif diligent arid Mtblul use 9t external remidie tl atttJi plate sor4nomatterconstitutional oiorganic trouble and that the dros of these disjeasdtB1 reluitili in the system or iinaybe thtsoine 1ong1tiden ppisunpcrliaps Cancerhas caine to the surface and begun its destrtie work The blpQd mustibcpririfictrjbef re thesore will fill iip vitlv healthy sh and theslat regains its natural color It is1 thrpugu tHe circulation uttot lIi iicTid corrpdin A fluids are carried to the sore ur ulcer anti keep it V irritated and inflamed S S Swin purify hind K invigorate the stagnant bloodl vlitsi nil sediment or i1 oUter hurtful materials are vnaislied out fresh rick blood is carried tatjjfc diseased ptrts new tissues forn and tfig Decaying flesh begins to JiaveTa healthy and natural lci the discharceassaid the soroir liedls r SS S i tile onlybloodpurfficuSavoral yoara ngothy wife had a vero sore log and was treated by tlip l 3it9e nireye5t e belt physicians lm fcieivdd no benefit table It puilqs jlp the bipod and f Ontdreggist ehodld advised hw to t5f BS tones UP the general system as no neta3d b Ka beonVoll rqurtcon over bottlegicurc4 slQco otheElncdiantf does If you have p XABOLDi32 C4na1 St a sor o any kind wntetjs and get nohoca NY the adyich of Cxpericnectl anti skilled physicians for which no charge is made iook on illood and Skin Diseases 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