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W Fr I 7 i fjifr 0 1f t THE NEWSLEADERi f jb ro l il aofi f lZ 5 t S V r1Iii r J Jsf IhIIMr 1i Vo L KL No 38 j Z SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON 3 COUNTY KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 1902 c ry if I lt r Ili S f IiICTORY I 4MHGFIMJ cowaty seat of J ctMaty Uu iUI t IIJ ua iroi ijsIih JI44w 1traRqa f 1ukiik iiaiivUk tailraadIn 4 K UML agrieattttral district t4pk adte ephoiJe tfii tepMM Il11sr1HrMi PtUen lMJI8tl atioa of- My = 15SIS JUfCMCHtative la Ceagres Hon U aI e4keYlle Xy kyfMtatatiyc 1aJCHtackfLe rii In Kx G A Dohcmey ijfefrtMBtative ia State Senate Hon KK Furyear Cimpbellsvillc Ky a County Directory t I cIRcPIT OU1ifLJcreU W r a tfae fourth 1f WTYY and Octoi e Jc Pattec n Judge Y H SwiyCeiaionwea1th At s7 i j LtJlPI fcTJJ AW 4ey Master Coramlssl L Jtj I 3 QUATERLVeUR I Qtirieciy Court Ufce14 gthe lhWt3 dM Nu4ay tn each noufl- rzLrLit Yt Judge t J t I r C COUNTY COURT I 4J Cu tyCort nieets jttiefourtb r JJiis1ay ts eaci 1Iieitk f4 WUey JHe Wr lUokerf Cent Ckrkp TS Maye County Attorney rjrft Cajlett Jailer 1InH1 Croaker Skthff 1 ltkkiraIa u iHyosbOfl1ej I r ftAUOUca Deputies j ZMaMernJanseii County Snrvevue jet Royalty Aseorc T i Oryan Deputy KebrtNoeTrcaurer 4 JXMuatgofflery Coroner r CITY COURT v i No olked Judge ra Marka1 itrfiD Claybcookpi City Attor- ni y V JUSTICE lOOUrfT cflMleCrtaareM4d in January riiJ TyaB4 October Chvrch DIrry01 BAPTIST CHURCH Jler George W SwopePaBtpr S r Jih raUI and3O 4iu Svaday Sckootat830 Prayer tM 4 o We4aeday night at 730 MXTRODISTiHUR- CHviJJIewIPSU1eaPutorServi ief iat1e7kttandTdrd Ssuday in each iat1Laad 730 v tSuu-f Mjr VckM er ry Sunday at JO atn M y ft aeUagevery Wedaesday J CATHOLIC CHURCH i ZtHaeIcayiPartor er- fTit eSkV rtday at 8 asd oclock genrliieli tSt ROTO same hoars HICHRISTIAN UR Key H F tlt y Castor Services tit and fourth Sunday Id each J FKB6BYTSRIAN OHURCHC- pBrr G A Strickkwl putor- fiMnhhic eYe1 Siadayit il saa 1 M4 M 7p4v341y school every IkUMkr l 19 aa Prayer aeetlf1c ThBMiiir TMrfgg at 7 oclock ii IatWllalDrtlrs tt IcLoI SFi geid lodge Itf JKj ei WcowdikoBdiy in eich 1 4j44 4Wazktagtoa K O Chapterf No 57 etttvecytkkdMendy sriwCea OS2 meet jOn rerTjwirtk Monday t XKjqKTS Of TJOC 1IACA KKS Mefct yerSrstWMaeav 1ueachmouth I LiBTIMTABEE- I Mrivtl iii4 l Nrtvii Trite ffi ii pwrf JI = f 5 yMkJJU11 54l18 5u 3r47l 47 11111USSS 554tlll 11 V wa60821II 11II 1122 a5 j1 4Iwa- w 55 80308 Itauli 41134- t IH rrttU 641258 pIIIIriIIEI5I 1 1 I041-1at174440F wJuietI71810S Ia 7 M T 4i 0IsrPauk170-7a-S 8J1 II- 1t P i 1 aiv iuco JM fet b 1a ctII tAn e treImlyakw1Wa JKotlMr IclMer S08rA Jw win J 11 t U4JIo bnI4 a iPstt1vr Jr w A In Harvest Tim The dreamy haze of autumn time 1Is in the slumbrous air drowsy laiecti pipe and chime IAn Wlthontra seeming cflre While leaves are turning red or brown And golden everyWhere corn the reapers tray Mld dry Jeaves crisp and rolled Asdtented uhosks In crleparray Beveal the tented gold The Manna God sends down to man As in the days of old The BQnimer wanes her work is done Her royal banners furled While leaves that crimsoned in the sun Are downward swept and hurled And autumn brings the golden grain That feeds the hungry world Young Peoples Weekly Ill ROUNJO Of TftIK nftAftftftniullftnnn Tbroughfleld that NOCKING1 the We understandI chief SDieler of the patent medi cine outfit which has been holding fdrih fin the streets of the itoAvtV IV the past week witk hooks baited for suckers took occasion ar few nights ago when businrss was dull with him to do some knocking The doctor knocked against the town in p UhLJ Qpleandletf- lyla few raps against tneNEvs LEADER The sole cause of the Big Medicines knocking appears to be the fact thattha people of Springfield dp not step upland pu money in ibis pnrsei The outfit came here flush with the spoils ofla victory over the good credulous citizens of Lebanon They made a six weeks stand in that town and thy do say that the way in whjch people turned out to the free show and inci dentally turned their money loose for medicine vasa sight to bold Itisi said that the regu lar practicing physicians and the diugstores in qur neighbor town are seeking other means of 1J1 livelihood since the medicine company struck the town ai that the population of Lebano neartLJ1ItDiscovered that the people of Springfield cua not keep up the pace set by other towns he has taken in As for the merits possessed by the cure alls sold by this medicine company we know nothing They may be all right but the fact remains that neither an itinerant medi cine man nor any of his ilk eer reaps much harvest in Spring fieldi The town has doctors and druggists who pay license and taxes and who live and help support the tqwn and it is noth theybpeople and home enterprise first of all is a goodmotto and as long as the people do that and keep williba4 wnj IF ORGERY Some people will take long chances some tithes forthe sake of gratifying a small spite they may haveagainst another Lat week we received an item for publication through the mail with the name of one of our regular correspondents bodiy signed to it The item appeared to be a legitimate matter of news and as our cor respondents name was signed to it we of course did not hesitate to publishit It has since devel l oped However that the apparently innocent item has turned out to be a mischiefmaker of theist degree and what is more serious it turns out that it was nev r signed nor sent in by the correspondent over whose name ilJAppeared The perpetrator of this joke may not realize it but the fact remains that the act is forgery of the rankest order and the author is a candidatei for the penitentiary We have the original manuscript carefully preserved and are anxious to aidth se whom the item may have injured fair detecting the guilty party 1m OBACCQTobaccocntting which is now well under way in thcounty has developed the fact that the years crop qf the weed is turning out much better than expected A Iqv weeks ago the outlook wasvery discouraging but the late rains broti ut out the plant wtirider fuily and now the indications are that yield per acre willi be good and the quality about up to the average The acreage for th3 entire county Is however a little short of the average WANTED We would like to ask throu h tbecoluii ns of your paper It there is any person who nag used Greans August Floorer for tne cure Indigestion Dyspep sin and Liver troubles that has not been cured and we also mean tneir results such as sour stomach fermentatipn of foJd habitual costiveness nervous dyspepsia heada he despond jfeelings sleeplessness in fact any trouble connected with the stomach or liver This medi iniiFf wish to correspond with vou iitid send you one of pur books free of cos If yon ooyrtrietl August lower frv cue bo It In first We igye ntvor knot n of it thihng Is so something more eriousisihe ti attcij rh you Ask yqu oldest drue ists Boys IUd RIdeefor Life VTith aiunphI-ru n g to uie and a son riding for Jifa18 miles toiiet Dr Kings New Discoyerv for consumption Coughs and Colds Wi H Brown Leesviilp Ind endured deaths agonies flow asihma but this wonderful medicip tave instant relief and spon cured him He writes II now sleep soundly every night Like marvelous cures of Ccnsumdtion Codsr Coughs Pneumonia Bronchitis Grip prove its matchless merit for allihrnatand ung troubles Guaranteed botte 50c audil at Huvdons drug store t STOPS THBCpUGH and Works 08 tksCibsL- axativeBromoQujuineTabletg cure iuou day No euro no pay oo StuNt ivlo d Rev Sam Small for many years an eloquent evan alist and an able writer apd speak r on public questions recently yield ed to temptation and became intoxicated He is not the only one wbd has made that mistake but the fact that be had for years been a te totalrer and had wor distinction as a minister of the gospel has wade him the target for cruel jests and the victim of malicious criticism It IsIt sad commentary on human nature that those who themselves make no effort to sets good example are often prone to exult over the fall of one who is striv ing to follow a high ideal For two decades Mr Sinatl led an exemplary life and rendered valuable service to his fellows and this service remains to his credit It in an unguarded mo went he has been overmastered by an appetite once strong but long suppressed let us be grate ful for the good ha has dune charitable towards his recent lapse and hopeful that lie may yet have a iorg earner of useful neas Defon If apue but the innocei t w re in the habitoi castingiuii Ift the accused It would easier it r the guilty to hear amid heed Ijs admtiiotion uGh sm iiomoie which for two thous jid tars luts been both a correction and iu inspiration to tue errirsrW 1 Bryan Notice All persons having claims against George W Russell dicd are notified to present same proven according to law and to the undersigned Administrator of said Russell or to John W Lewis his uttorner at his offlce in Springfield on or before De cember 1st 1902 JoHirM RUSSELL Admihis of Geo W Russell fewarc t the IWfe No prdfessiou has advanced more rapidly of late than snrgfery but it should not be used except when ab solutelv ncTOssary jj cases of piles orrexaiqple It Is seldom needed De Witts Witch Hazel SalyeCuras quickly and permanently Unque1ledfurc- ute1 burus bruises skin dimeasen1 Accept no coantefeitt i4l was so tt ub led with bleeding plies that I lost much blood ana strsngth says JC hlHazel8alvceoredhlIr Lebanou Locals From The Falcon Messrs W R Spaldinjr and ICX A Job USQU qualified as couniy election co missioners Tiesday and will meet to morroNt ftp point tho election officers to serve at the November election A slight incident pccured on the C 0 railroad at Spurling ton Monday in which the pas sangers were badly shaken up Nool was seriously iojurfed but Rev J L lrintonof Camp bellsviile was the most seveiely hurt and Capt W H Sweeney of this city received considerable bruises ab out the chest It was the combined freightand passeD ger train and in some manner while switching at Spurlingtpn the crew lost control of part of the tram and it ran into the other part with the above result A special from Danville Tues day has the following to say 9f- a slick colored citizen who was arrested h re several weeks ago while in the employ 6f a family in this city as a cookJams Compton colored woo is knowp Ias the Chesterfield of DauvJUe on account of his suave manner was sentenced to a term of three years in the penitentiary for stealing chickens He is a preacher and immediately after e ting into trouble here went to LebaDo aenceOfficers go track of him ann placed him under arrest TJ some colored frieuds he explained his recent acquisition of hand cuffs by stating that he had just gotten into a little difficulty with a widow lady about some chick ensEsq James Hardesty died at his ftome in Finjey Monday of paralysis after a long illness His remains were buried at Cal very Tuesday afternoon Mr Hardesty was one among the most prominent men in the count f ty He was 67 years old and served as a magistrate for soy eral years He has been a merchant for a long time at Finley and was held 11 the highest es teem by everybody He was a devout member of the Catholic church a devoted husbani and father and a Iloyal friend He leaves a wife aad one child to mourn his death Reduced Rafes to the West Commencing Sept 1 and dally there after until October 81 1902 the Win congiu Central By will sell Settlers tickets from Chicago to points in Moo tana Idabo Oregob Washington and British Columbia at greutly reduced rates For detailed information in quire of nearest ticket agent or ad dress T D Campbell D P A 218 Pike Building Cincinnati 0 or Jan 0 Pond Gen Passanger Agent Ml wanke VlsVo Tablets Buckeye Ointmenr ja not a pancrea but is recommended for blind bleeding or protruding piles and it will cure most obstinate cases Tubes 75 cents at Hardens A void serious results of kldrify or OCYSIIKiHodgensvllle Has a Gas Well Hodgenville hasa gas well within three miles of ton with the most flattering indications that we can have all the gas we want bysimply punching a few holes in the ground in the right place and the right place has beeq located About two weeks ago Mr William Nelson whQ lives about three from Hodgenville had a water well bored on the Ben Brown farm It was bored only ninety feet deep but from the time it was completed gas has been coming from it constantly and could be detected forty feet away by the odorLarue Herald Take Care OfHHe stMUck The man or woman whose digestion is perfect aud whose stomach perform every function is never sick Kodol cleauses purifies and sweetens tne stomach and cures positively and pep tnaueetly all stomach trouble Indigestion and dyspepsia It is the wonder fnl reconstructive toriic that is xnak iugso mau sick people well and strong by conveying to their bodies ail J the nqurishment in the mod they eat Rev J H Holiiday of Holliday Miss writes Kodol is the best remedy Ir ever need for dy uepsh and smilar troublec I was given upby tnedocte but Kodoi saved me atetMTH e k Hil w rks eH gMeCel r Laxative UromoQuiMisei Tablets Cue a Oo lla QM toy No care HO Pay r Capt R Il1arry What will corners a cnsider able surprise especially to the many friends of the young gen tl man is the announcement of the coming marriage of Capt Robert Allen Burton of Wadd to Miss Hattie Eloise Weymout of New Orleans lia The cere mony will be performed at the house of the young iady No 1121 Deiachaise street in New Orleans Wednesdey evening September 24 ai seven oclock Capt Burton isa native of Washington xiounty but has resided in Shelby cbunty for sev eral years ano wtfs one of the foundefs of the Central Normal Celese at Wood rf which he afterwards because President Undttr his management the insti tution rose to its present high rank and is one of the best in the state At the last election for county officers he was elected Superintendent of Schools of Shelby county and was the only candidate on the Democratic ticket without opposition He is making a splendid record in his office and is regarded as one of the foremost educators in Ken tucky His name is being prom iinently mentioned as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for State Superintendent of Pub lie Instruction and iit fi ads favor inman sections pf- She Fort nnd Favor a Texan Having distre ingr pains in bead back and stomach and being without appetite I began to use DrjKidgs New Life Pills writes W P Wbitehead of Kenn dalr Tex and soon felt like new man Infallable in stow ach and liver troubles Only 25c at Haydons drag store Utefl f Stfamcr Colds Dont let acoidrun at thin seasou Summer colds are the hard st kind to cure anif Deselected may 1i1eralong for months A long siege like this will pull down the strongest constitu tion One Minute Cough Cure will break up the attacks at once Safc sure acts at once Cures conghs colds croup bronchitis all throat and lung troubles The children likc it C J Haydon New JemyWItoci TesfbMtlai MT Lynch Editbrof the Phillips burg N J Daily Post writeebI have used many kihdspf medicines for coughs and colds in my family but uever anything so good as Foleys Honey and Tar cannot say to m nch in praise of it High prices For Horses At the fair last week several fine horses were sold at fancy prices Pemberton Bros olda fine sorrel horse to an Eastern party for 500 He sold another to ThUrston Ballard of Louis ville for BOG Mis Nora Ar nold sold her sorrel driving horse for f250 and Pemberton Bros bought of LD Berry of Nolin a three year old sorrel mare for f300 Berry was allow the premiums on the mare led at the Fair which amount to over 5OEtown News sad dlssapehimeit Ineffective liver medicine is a disappointment but you 4Ut want to purge strain and break the elands ot thc stomach and bowelSjXpeWittB Little Early Risers neAer disappejut They cleanse the system of all poison audJ putrid matter aid do it so geutly that ittc cnfoys the pleasaut effects The are a tonic to the liver Cure biljious nes torpid liver and prevent feAer C J Haydon Doctors CoatpMtkelf had kidney trouble for years writes Mrs Raymond Conner of She ton Wash and the doctors could not help me I tried Foleys Kidney CurcI and the very first dose gave me rellefI and I am now cured t cannot say too much lou Foleys Kiduey Cure Mastered tho German Afev the age of 74J James Alex ander McBrayer 0f Atiderson county has just completed the translation from erman intq English of a novel Brigitta for whr he will nave a copy rigDtajad will haveithe work pUQI lisned for private distribution among hi9 frlndj Mr McBrayers nchievemfiut is all the jnorn remarkable from thu ffttt that he pas seldom henrd the German tongue fspok- en iud until he wa 71 years of a i has nevropeiied5i Geraa ibookr In J899 ie began istiY of the German lan ag nll ana in year could speak U fluent 1ly anil in two veaas had master ==U==UU a oi= We Wanour r I Tradeld McQhd respectfullydeavor toDerit same by giving oui undivided attention j to supplying your needs with the best things in Dry 4 theIIOur it You Will Flild OurPioes Right IBuyer is now iin the market busy placing orders 4 fewdaystmue for the next ao days to offer + SPECIAL BARGAINin present stock Come early and get some of these t You can save money Respectfully ROBERTSONw K OBERTsON CHAS ROBERTSON U == aa edit well enough to begin bis work translating a novel which he finishedi in twelve months Mr McBrayer is of Irish des cent and comes of the famous Kentucky McBrayer family aud- is one of the leading citizens of Anderson county His lifeis anothart ample of what pluck and persevereoce will accom plish under trying circumstances Burn March 28 1828 Mr McBray ers father died when James A was a small boy having a large family aad a small estate Young James put his shoulder to the wheeland did any work that be could find among other things bfeaking rock on the turnpike working in a hatters and turning a lathe for a cabinetmaker AH the time he was working mug he was studying at night and at 15 he was proficient in Latin the English branches and obtained a position as a deputy in the Circuit Clerks office where be took up the study of law and in a few ye iuQ w admitted to the bar After six years as depaty clerk he defeated the clerk for election and filled the office for twelve years being twice reel c ted In 1866 he engaged in the bank business and for thirty six years Was one of the leading ti nanciers of this section He was twice married and reared a large family To day at seventy four years old he is hale and earLy and is looking forward to many years of pleasure with his Lawrenceburg State ofOulo City of Toledo I LucnsCjonnty ss Frank J Chenely makes oath that bo it senior partner of the firm of Cheney Go doibg business in the cltyiof Toledo county aud state aforesaid and that the said linn will pay the oum of for each and every case of catarrh that cannot be cured v the ush of Halls Catarrh cure Frank j Cheney Sworv to beforetna and subscribed my presence this 6th day of December A D v A WGlcoson N p f Halls Catarrh euro is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surface of the system Bend fortostimonirts frceFJ Cheney company Toledo 0 Hold by all druggists 75 oU Halls Family fills are the best Bryan Speaks W J Bryan spoke at High Bridge SiiJr afternoon to seiv leral hundredlpeqple Mr Bryans address was thinly upon cvili1 zation and mans duty to him self his country and bisQOgd Mr Bryan prefaced hisTemarks by stating that at the timeol accepting the engagement he was not aware of the date comingon Sunddy and he could secure Ho release from those hfcviug the meeting in charge Mr Bryan suited his address to the and no purer or more mon could have been coSlonl from any pulpit than Mr delivered After the 1everyon guest of Cot Jack Chinn and spent Sunday with him at his home Leonatus near LexingtonQ About 25 people from JDanville attended the speaking and all were unanimous in their praise of Mr Bryan The lack ofat- tendance was duo td a report eirculated that Mr Bryan wpnld not be on haiidtodelivcrhis ad dress DahvllleCbirrier t J I PUSODS lob1eql I want all the wpnd to know writes Rev C J Budlonh of Ashaway R L what thorough ly good and reliable medicinal found ill Electric Bitters They cared me of jauhdtce and liver troubles that had caused me pi eat suffering for many Vearsv For a gehuine all around cnr they excel auything I ever saw Electric Bitters are the surprise of all for their wonderful work in Liver Eidnpy Srid Stomach troubles Dont fail tcUry IJnein Only 50 cents Satisfaction is guaranteedby CJ iHaydon Democratic Jlra CiMMlssriR CiiyeitMiV i IPursuant 10 the call and rules adopted by the Democratic Ex ecutive committeei of this tha 2d Railroad Commission JJistrict The Democrats of lyashington county are requested jo meet in mass convenionsatthe regular voting placs in therJ several precincts at2 pcKcfcpjnjqn Saturday September 27 1902 lor- I e purpose of selecting ndin structinjr their delegates tithe cAs vote of their precinctsin the county convention to be held at the Court House in Springfield on Monday September 2Uih here delegates will be chosen tQ atle dnnd cast the vote of Washington coupty atjt the PU trict convention lo his held at FrankfortCy Pn th 1st day of October 1902Uo n6minatea Democratic Vcandidate for Rail road Commissioner inj said dis trict It is the duty of each Demo crattc coramiltipman ltd attend mod holdaidprecipctJ meetings and to see that delegates are chosen tfnd that saldj delegates atend said county convention September SQth AUJ Democrats of Washington cOunty are re auestd to attend abd paclidii if pate in said conventions T S0MAYES 5hal rman DemocrtlcExecutive Committee ofWaohing on Co Nelson News Prom the Standard Miss Mary Pottin er of Fir field is visiting ISsfj and Mrkv jpiep Hustoh of BIlopmtkiidr Th llasers j4eare oW dat4rji Ne1ftet beenviry ilh1bWt i wdt taF wtO1- rToin r M W Si31drif We lI 1c1lI I very ill with the same diseaise Ser tame is Myrtle and she is fiye years old a T J Settl sof Maud sold to Henry Offatt of Booker 113 acres of land oa the Beech Fork snear Maud for f1600 The place soldt jis known as the B F Settles farm i TbeStaudard 3Tnfofmea7tha j Pr Thomas iNichplls of tieir Bloomfisld will J m vifwithihil family to arsdtOwnandoctyt- he cottaget ecently vaatdby I Mr P B Wells on Market vfSteeet J as I Royalty of Mooresvil sold a tract of an containing 12racres to Mr 3jBp Cox btphiip lin for 3350 per acre it being apart of the latetH BJloor farm He also sold to samOpty 400 hushels corn at 35 centspef bushel ifr the crib Qii Work on the new Methodist church at Chaplin is progressiiaif rapidly The building will br pfrthe latdst modern style fJf cbi cure and much larger thai the old one About fifteen worlt men are employed oA the strncr tureandit is thougnt the brkjkr work will be finished about th 1st pf October and the chutc1he completed in rWIiMcClelland Springfield has tll contract for laying the brick and tJas Bachelder of BloopafieW has the supervision of the entiri work The church will cotti about 5000 and jyill be heated by hot air c Homlni Pion1 Last FridtirMr W FCourtsj of this city received By expre- ninehomingpigeOnsfromBua1o j N Y whichhe was reftueiite toT liberate onthe trStclarc1day with a strong sonthwept wiiidp Thobridswere six months old and their owners said unless tfcey made the trip in one dayschances were they would riot reach home at alL Mr Cpttrtt set the birds free at 545oclock t Wednesday morning T1eycir cled abpuone hundr4ysrtk i I the airi and tookji striifhtBortii easterly directionjJ If Em terprise jRoofw Forhre ye M I ribly from dyI4adepression apd VM 4wyt JIiIIIi PflIy 1 then trlAyer 3mr arIllaa lit 01 ws 1PMu 1 sew snJ M6DiM eltatP foiget skit ks Ayers SarsapsEilk tj that will make yaa- od hopeful Dontw your time and jnciy by trying was other kinaCW tested tried Ayws Strttpt 1111 Nsls 4 r THE WSLEADEKTOBU- CHKD KVERY THURSDAY 4 i EAR IVANcEs P1NGFILDK E L DAVISON Jr i t E ac1 oCSII pe 0Hs tJHHBfaU F UtIc f matter trMS f hiftHk Ji eatllow ratw bat cash icD at GrU1eqotpo J t t ui1s4 tret de oaliberil M jwtuuie aHI rtrtluttons of resetS Z == 500 25 K 0 DMrkiQess 1 TMDMDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1W2 i i 4 X jR r Gltcalt Clerk ii ar authorized to announce the iot Otf BOBtEY I iJtdkktfo Ute office of Clerk ertW VartifiiftOB Circuit Court Hjfeet the action of the Demo t ratio yarty A wound on the left leg rev c4ved by President Roosevelt in the recent accJUentiat Pithf AJSburg Mass t has tuscda sudden gtopinthe Western trip An t 4 operation was performed atSt f Vincents Hospital in Indianap i nliiand the presidential party iiiUrtedVback to Washington Tiie wound has troubled the President 0ver since the accident v ioit was r ch tJ10 ed did he call the attention o onR of the presidential party to the fact The latter declared TJJui blood poisoning might re vgultnda hasty consultation of T- flfphysiciansan i JndianaI9lireSUl1t rCed in the deiermination to per z fcrm an operation at once 4 y The great coal strike threatens more troubl A battalion off jwldiers was ordefed to Lebanon Pa yesterday to aid the Sheri- fflln preserving the peac A crowd of angry strikers sur rounded the American Steel and Iron Works all day and many I act of violence were reported TwbiSen were shot and wdunded from ambush it Scranton yes terday bJ1tthepresenc of X troops prevented any further 1 touble f rThB Kentucky State Fair which opened at Jjouisville Mori- l lay Ia great success in oven v way The crowd TuesdayVas es- timatedJ at 40000 people which iiasaid to belhe biggest crowdtar ever assembled da public occa sion in the state qt t v yrs Taylor has tendered his j iv iser vices as campaign orator iin i lfjliio provided Ihe visi protected from arrest by Kentuckjrjauthori r AlOX rt LIFE IN THEJ r n r NORTHWEST Jltf yon have anv u Fv an r jiI z yoH locltonoinlu Nbrshwestwherolire Ms worth libnv t v It is the orniiiemIre of shisi lQ6uritfy Oil n v a l elevation i reQundlfeat variety aridI land will never be as low priced i again as it iis nov Fur rinirig Jrnit raising nnd grdziog no portion of our O ntty p juals t irrigation make the farmer liD foj3BaentwhireJ irrigaton flli Hcel1altlh fip sthrigabE i irts ofoii C Un try jftko in Mon 0 4 4i tJiiia iuJw hinaton Ther i Lniand cn its are alt rnwii rpidy in the Norllwe J Let me know whdl VIJU want Jao4 we will trv to bllpym rheleilrtall sorts of pla rs and 4 T kinds of lland ia theKorthwfsp ltern Stoles through which ln Northern Pacific runs Doori t wtunfi1atrstoo late to gO Lw tilerX Rates arc In effect uHngC Beptember andJ 0ct9bs r Write to me wh re wlfltellycf t wbtitwiIl coti t CBAS s FEE J Gsn Pay Ant Nor1 bern rPacilc Ry St Paul M nir iJtt sr SF nf iiT1een JJMtfce A a chn e- J e ieMr jljiadultedJ M b lithe store and settSL if BepecttuIIy iA P PAK L Oummyj j 1 =ii iWWil mwrii iIiiiiiiiriWiOO infWWWir News From The Gounty b I jitHappenlnp AMOHI thGlItypHple I I as Reported by our Correspondents S2 25i l VlJiSbur arbj Mark Dttdman for 90chMr Lev Brown of Bloomiie4 paid our1owna callllasl Saur day Mr Honry Barlow of Memph is Tenn visited B P Colvin Frk d ay Vj tili t111 Mrs- J C Burns is able Jojbe oUt again after a few lays Ill ness MjssLillie Walls of Kirkland paid our to wn acall the first the week fl Miss Cora Trent of Antioch is visiting Mr Sleve Colvin homo this week Mrs J W Burton atid son H farryday businesson tJ 1arelDl i State Fair tbs week v Jerome aod Walter Wells left Monday morning for Chicago where they will enter business hMisses Nettie and Ophelia Yes of Mooresville are the guestsattheweHs Hotel this week J iMrs Henry Cbbksey ian son Carl of Botland attended meeting at thisjilace llast Saturday arid Sunday MrBoone M yes aL wife of Peora lit hav retiiiheni home after an extended visit to rela= esat1hisplae laMrLawrencerjurg vebrothers family W Gibbsra this Mtce list Sunday jA- fltr Jaraes Troihas- o returnad this place to ppGrtt dry goods store He will be at the service of his friends the last of the week Little Etlith Bro n of Lexing toills verv ill atthe5homo of h rgrandmother Mrsv Hughes o- lthisplace We hopebhe may recover soon Mr JOluiSharp and wife and son Kansas Cjty are visiting 1J T Sutherland and family at this place This is their firstk visIt to their old home in seven- teent years The Mobresvilte and Willis burg baebaU teams crossed bats at this place the 20th The game resulted ina score of 2to 7 ins favor 01 Willisburtf Home runs ere made by Derringer off Mooresville and Crouch and Brown of tHis pace Brjojen being champion pitcher Owl Greek The Creek is on a boom Corn will soon be ready to cut Everybody through cutting tobacco around here Several of our people attend ed the Springfield fair Mrs Zack Leach man who has been very poorly is not any better Miss MinMe Mattingly of thi5l place visited Miss Cora Shew maker of near Mackville lastt week Messrs Jessie urid John Kir sch of Nelson county visited MontgomIery last week Mr and Mrs Louis Kirsch and daughters Misses Mary Bell and Stella of Nelson county visited Mr J M Montgomery and fan ily Mackville rSH A Hilton sold a bunch of 50lh hogs to LitIay Sanders atdjcc A Hiltonwho hasbeen on Iavisit to relatives in Oklahoma has returned home George and Charlie Clark D- fMation Ohio and Squire Clark of Louisville have been visiting in our vicinity Melvin hiUi pie and Bud Math rly who have been following farming in Illinois have re rnedbomeMiss Fleming of Indiana apolis Ind who has been visit ing relatives ber for the past week has rettirnedhome Mrs Maggie Baybourne ami 1Mrs Mat Wycoff haver turnef home after a visit to relatives in Louisville and Shelbyvilie Berry Shewraaker bought a combined 7year old horse of B 5125Iand sold a combined lOyeai old mare to Dick Graves ajt95 Af lhU writing Rev E P jujjjjj N Boblett of Jeffersontown Ky theingmeetng at the Christian urch in town tyBobie5 pigs of Bichard Beggary at I OOjI9 l tt cFIeeceJ Boslyt 1c f 1T s erl MOORiS71ILE Born op Sept 20 to ih wife of Geo Goatley 10 pound gIrt Mr Pitts Linden of High Grove visited friends hero last Saturday Dee Crow sold a three year old gelding to William Curtsingerf lor 75aA good many of our men took incbunfcy court at Sprmgheld lait1 Monday 4 J Tbe scarlet fever and diphlh aria epidemic have about abated in our midst Miss Louise Sestl ciitertab d last Saturday it being vher eighteenth birtuday Mr T J LiUllesolU his farm Mr Henry Offutt for 160- 09sSS1oflgivelLDeC 25 1902 wolli Cnflt Mooresville boys we4t to L vvilhsburglast Saturday and were defeated by a scarP ot Btol Miss Mary bisco an atlruclive young lauy oL Burdstowa visited the Misses Crbdke of Crdaksville st week cie isp x wilt c week erecting a cottage on the laud recently purchas dIIof Jus I Royalty Hubert Mattingly son of Tom Mattiugly was baptised iu mI lla ke in Mooresville last Sunday morning Jas B Smith wil remove to Raywck next wtekto ran a cooperage shop for the W A He distillery Miss Emma Wall and Miss Chatsey Menar have retui ued io Louisville They were ac conipunied by Miss Flora Walt DThe four year old chiLd ofv1 r1I and Mrs Henry Offuti departed this life Sept 20 It died of mem braneous croup JnurnientUie- ollowingf day Well our wedding that we aid would come off luslSveek did not materialize We hope it will do so so wo can wish the young couple much joy E G Bjblett has bought what iis known AS the Berry property at Spring Held and takes poses sian December 1 Wo wisu his much success in his undertaking J N Sriehat sold a tot to Mr IN Arnold of Aluckvllo for 225l1r Arnold dl open a general hardware store uud ulsj run u blacksmith ami WitI work shop Mrs Hick Barlow departed Ibis life Sept 17 of typhoid fever in the GUth jyear ofr her life Interment Ie following day at Camp Ground cemetery after appropiai literal servjcn by Rev BlIswu II the pastor Theo Minis Uni lii thH folio- ing stock recently Due supklii g etmarefor S40 oue from W H Payne 82 one from Hugh Go itley i3fT one suckling steercaif from laf Wea ley tor 18 PULLIAM The infant child of Mr nnd Mrs Jackson Hard in is very low with Scarlet fever D W Crouch has proven him self to be very efficient in the discharge of his djty as Constar ble The sale of O S Crouch was well attended Saturday Soptem her 20th two horses brought 65 and 50 one calf 8 O and Fred Crouch re going to Illinois soon Mr W H Black in speaking to your correspondent recently on the subject of newsprper cor respondence tells an amusing story relative tb some correspon dence to theAnderson News It seemed that nearly every Jletter written to the paper reported very visit made by anybody whether to mill to market or anyplace At fast some of the citizens got tired of such public advertisement and showed their abhorence by inducinga neigh bor to write a letter to the paper which Tan about thus Young Mr So and Sool your town visited Miss So and So and Oh my how they did enjoy then iiJ oIelvess say ere was a quietusicpncerning visits for at least a time It is a deplorable fact that some coun papers fairlyl sparklewithall manner of visits and intelligent and business people h SpOtre doesflfortune with the NEWSLEADER is that some wherehetwe n the office of Springfield and Pulliam jH disappears whether it has the i power of becoming invisible or byIorIFederaalawl of the law excuses no one and a hint to the wise should be suffi c wientPENWIGM Mr and Mrs Sam Settles were iin your town Tuesday hMrsher son C T L gdon Vlattie Begley was in Wills bu g the last of the week Misses Ada and Mary Tumey came in from Illinois Tuesday Mr and Mrs J N Cull were i tind acayDella Carpentorof Boylel county is visiting the family of J N Bowles Mrs Katie Hill of Louisville is visiting her brother Dean Tnpmpsoji vMis Lun rpIS al1dW Adnms were at Raywjk Satur day and Sunday IMiss Maggie and Smith of Cecilville were at home Saturday and Sunday Mrs VVT Logsdiii and Miss Tillie Litsev spent T lesduy with Mrs Nannie FenwiI What is the mathi with tbef Owl Creek correspoi lent thavent heard from it forsavetal 8weOur home boys played Ihel fiIiSaturday Score stood 16 to IS avor of the home bob rralham Springs Merit Pinkstnn was af Wake Held last weeJt on Business The sale of Oliver Crouchwa la gely attended last Saturday M Mayes is very low att this writing with stomach trouble John Sprditha charge offftthe blacksmith shop at Pulliam Rev Sale tilled his regular ap p ntot ut R ckbridge Sunday Several from this vicinity nt leuded hurch at Williybur Sun daY Lsviirttday tended co rr at Springfield Mon TJeorKe Prothor and John tyI vcelin willp soon for Illi nois R C Pink ton and Ed Fister sold a bunch of shoiis loRi ey P Ustun at fi 50 citbj ii cut injr is ui out over in this section Tobacco is Tur ing nicely thus far oEd FiSer has rente R C Pinkstons farm frS250 Poa session given the 25th Ed F sier sold a sow and pigs Jt Riley Scot for 13 50 andi 1Iing died on the 21st Remains wore interr d in Rockbridge cemetery What a dreadful disease is the Illinois or the West if there is not a chun feyeranJI next nine days believe there are some who are not long for this Country but are bound for the West where they say there ptJgdmsbntIlookont lof them may return with tired wornout feet and flat pocket books POLIIN j Born Ur the wife of Oliver COmstock on the 13th alipirl- tR J Crouch and mfbl spent Sunday with BarlorCrouch and family at1MtT atlOam Cleland Hardesty left Thurs day for Lou isville wh lebeeX pedts to go iato business Jo Williams has gone to Wichita w to see his brotbrrC Albert I a RLkL IL1ftG0 t f IIJj thejUOWfOG list of farmB moStJY1oca t jii Washington connty Also have fawnpropertyisproperty tfurnished on demand t LIST ORJARMSI acrefarm good llaad flrstclas ImprdvementA of every kind near ringfield Price 50 per acre Ia Splngidbrovementa of every kind Price 4per acre lngJ1leJdjand good outbuildIngs farm well peracre145 aorelarlu 11 miles from Spring fencedibdipike Price 825 springItleJdatered Price 40 SpringtleJdgpjod and barn large tobacco barn farm mostly in grass pricjaJSO per acre Springt1 andfenSpringfieldJ of repair but first clajJ8land price 30 per acre Springfieldburu farm well fenced good deall of- siberIand lays well price 25 per re 170 acre farm 10 miles from Springrfield good land fairly good improve mente price 3700 SprinKfieldImprovementb of every kind good llima wen watered price 845 per acre I6rci land 5 miles from Springfield no improvements 50tacres of creek bottom price 830 ppr acre 275 acre farm 5 miles from Bards town on pike good land flrstclasa improvements laya well mostly grass price 42160 per acre 92 acres of land 7 miles from Spring field on county rod small bouse good tobacco barn price 82000 60 acres of land 5 miles from Spring field on Pleasant Run small house and barn good welt lays well price 30 per acre- 185 acre farm 8 mInes trom Spring eld good house land barn sonie thiioer well fenced and watered price 31 per acre 60 acre farm 74 miles from Spring field on the pike good small house and barn mostly In grass well fenced price 82000 acre farm 41 miles from Spring field on the pike good house and barn 10 acres er ek bottom good well ami milk house farm mostly in grass price 1500 135 acre farm 9 tulles irom Spring field on the piKe nice new frame bouse 6 rooms got new barn gqod tonant house on place two good cisterns Price 83Q per acre 200 acre farm 7 miles froth Spring field on pe goodsix roots house good stock barn land good tobacco barn 1 30 acres bottom land Price 2- 5peracre 240 acre farm 2 miles from Spring neld on the pike good house and barn farm well fenced diud watered Price S25 per acre Hi a re farm tine land good lim provementa yell watered and fenced price S35 per acre W acre farm 31 miles from Sprifig field noarBloomflalf1 pine load bouse and barn 2 wens good out buiidings of every kind well feiced and mostly In grass Price 825 par sePt r who hats liv d there 14 years Jam s leiflis moing his sock of goods to Willlsburg wlwro he Oxpectatot merchandise Walter Brayloy has bought thy farm knowi as the Dr Stapp proper ynfear Willisburg and wi I move intoit Oh itmust Religious sirvices were cut ducted at tIe Hardesly school I ouse Sunday bv Rev Sims A large crowd wits in attendence DThere seems t10 be Tretf ut tr ciidnsi in thbPolin neighbor hood for some of the iluores ville young then us they pay frequent visits here OMrs Zack Crow has relurnedI home at er a Weeks visit to her sister in Louisville While thIe she and Miss Mat 5o Mclvov purchased their fall and wiulrr millinery whidh will be opeuec the last oMhRweek Doom k for Life I was treated for three years by good doctotwrites W A Gri er McConpelsville O for Piles and Fitjtila 6uLvelnl1 l ftMlpd BuckisbiJ A vicv Si ve cured item tto week Curs Burns Bruis t ut Corns Sores Erupiiuus Salt lituium Pilfs or iio Lt1 P5 Ci314 nt HunloDSdr1gtt0re 5y5f I TaWttw aIMJR rndii r 1 i iT ijijWWijIiliiwlijliifitilili t8lwiiM iliw IWe mlUJia Bfmri eS i 1 hiIIntt bq 1 he CBrEfaer 0 i t 1 fi f t I i f jt t afford them ClOse oftbe iIiit market g Call and make a seleetion and be readyi for Spring a rt 1 i I I FIrjo tor1ol1 rj 1t1j i f it illwwkrI a seeds fO of all kids Seed Oats t 3t 4 THOMPSON E wo jmt t m Ifo fm 4U m m m fft M I Mew l1J Timbers of pak keep the old Ithe Iurugged health men whose JodiesI Cstlnaterials Childhood js the time tdlay the foundation for a sturdy constitution thatwill last for years Scotts Emulsion is the right stuff Scotts Emulsion stimulates the growing powers of children helps them build a firm foundation for a sturdy consti ttitioI Sendforfree sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York 5Oo and SIOOi all druggists KapoIeoHG6t Nil Spanleliic During Us exile nf Elba Napoleon related that one day his mothers sfrcttIinlady and inlmlckeij T Their grau mother happening to turn caught 1themMine Lctltia Pauline was at oncc spunked nod disposed of Napoleon who was out In regis fils could not be handled ills ijer bided bsr time Next day when her son was off his guard she cried Quick Nnpo loon You are Invited to dine with the governor He ran up to ills room to change his clothing She quietly fol lowed and when she Judged that the proper time bad come rushed into the room seized her undressed hero before he guessed her purpose laid him across the maternal knee and belabored him earnestly with the flat pf her band Ancient SkyMo opera Numerous conflict sUmates have ben made ofthe hui tot the tower of Babel but one fact Jievec has been denied and that is that It was a skyscraper St Jerome In his common tary on Isafah says that the tower was already 4000 paces high when God came down to stop the work Pacel J8 about two and onehalt feet therefore 4000 paQes must be 10000 feet consequently Babel was twenty times as high as the pyramids which are only about feet father Cal met says tho tower was 81000 feet high and that the languages were con founded because the architects wqre confounded as they did not know how to bring the building to ahead More over it is understood that the Cbinrep language of todny wn originally the GermaniA Pretty Canton South American lors have a pretty custom It is well Lown hint when the petals of the great laureljmagnolia are touched bowen lightly the re suit Is a brown spot i blob develops In a few hours The f tis taken advantage of by the lot r who pulls ai magnolia flower rind h j one of Its pure white petals writes n motto or message with a hard shan pouitcd pencil Then he sends the wer tho young lady puts It In a vwlp of water and In three or four hours tht message writ ten on the leaf becomes visible A Coincidence So that young man wants to marry your said Mabels father Yes was the reply Do you know bow much his salary Jar NNo but Its anawf uily strange coin cidence What do you mean 7 Herbert asked tbeveirsninoqucst- Ion about you I The Baby n4 the Paitor Father of the Pastor after the seas monhHor Horace 1ms changed since Le wttBJa baby The Mother What an Ideal 01 coarsQbeJias changed Father What I mean is that when he asn baby he used to keep me awake Boston Transcript IBeroaclUI Uncle Jpsh at the theater Be josh darned Ef they calls this yer blood tfthunder stuff mellow drama what in BUfferlh hayricks do they think is real ripe tff7Townand Country A Mean Thrust Nance JacV Morton proposes In this letter I wonder if he reallyloTes ale He has only known me a week The rQtherObPs c rkipt M t I iIJ l t1tiIlil we can to selL h iiu e OU JpY Mfull f some IttiAn1 1It1 kehi les on the Any Style aoda not Mi3SJ2I rSpecialty Northern f 9PRlNGftEIDKY CEMENTAt Lowest Prices 7rt ii DRESSED LUMBtER = LcttrcafItiJOQR St SA o I LATH arii SHHLEs t u 7 zOONTBAOI1JAyt- Lingin the tUfidio It cattItLei SPI1fJ- FLD l h t 1 LUMBERCOv s Vat l l 4 GALL NJjGE1P 1 r TS CUTKCRN MiCHlOAJ f 1iit Gh plngCirS frOm toujsyille Sleeping cats running to Northern MichIgan resorts from t oalavllle over Pennsylvania Short Lines and- GRI Railway The Fishing Line wilt be 9sabll bed June 2219O2 leav ini Louisville 4 p m dally arrivfng p toskey Traverse City Bay vyjefr irbor Sprinps nd Mackanaw City p xt morning Mackinac Island at n nMeals on dining ears for vclal Informationaddr ssO1tHag i DP A XoaisvlllB Kr reralan CaatoniB i Per as well as ln Turkey and t ouphout the orient generally ID9 wiitonvorks are unknown and In ry 1crwlaii town the women arifl j Is sty be eenht daybreak pji their y to the common well Just as In Bible times Tile cJirry their tints on their shoulders nnd bring IT qthe houseioliiuses qf the x The well ISl the geneRali clcttriug 1e tar news Another cpmmbn sight cnthin towns Is the tea seller lid alig brnst teapot In clthcf baud the cue fiilt of hot water the other of too Ills cups are in a tray which Is fuRten d to his belt He crfea In a singsons toiler Rot teal Sveet teat ten or rjciuison icplorr Illaitea Is prcparel with herbs and iiasji delli Claus tfiymjr Hlpr Wll1es carried about lin btcfskhi which plumped out to thelrbrighinl lurid by thcfluld with in pa sent a startilnjfnpiHiarance tQ thenoylcc It is one of the impossible things for the estern barbarian to at tain adnilsslon to the Persian rpyarl harem but the rage for photographs hna penetrated v cnthat8equesered l lt iid photoi riphcrs have lately been adtultted for iho purpose of pho ogrniihln tile VoyftlMnfantsi Kew Yore Ti Ibuue 4 TffEDFORDSACKJRAL0 THErOREATftMllY theieords BlackD itLbM saved doctors bills foe more sixty yean For the commoa fam ily ailments such u cottttipUo id1geetion h d colds bowel oom pInta chiUs and fefElE bilioe nf aches Md other LibS complaints M otbfer attdicimt it secMHury Itinvigoratti nwl ng nlates the liver asakts iieitiw Ittimulatei action of t iadyi purifies the blood and purgss M bowels of fontaccmauitios K cures livoc coapkint jiiiiffMiMa lsourl rheumatic pini aideidM1 baa ache kidneytrOubJ catapstiei diarrhoe biliousneesjIes bar4- colds aad headache JfdtgisthMTbedfords PruPt iaMeiciae Coaiy- MIew Ths ifAk M =ii lilit asaa Fw say sad vsryt I bass a JimMy et IwsIye Nit d I Mw k9t wm as M- M4wIisMsebM usE 1LGIBpt 1I r M1SSUUII fffS iiyd- 1kA tf rt JJ H feH1f4SIftiiwltttpteasl ii hr C ti1 DetIadvuututj ifl111 riiiiiai1 4uJa11cztiuC4aiKnd e 101 tqO tbit dIYtro If1I KM8il h Pu or and tttrInctuacij1with tht Dirv rRItreir1el AtII 1W1 SflthrmnatstnCOlorad Coat Resort IehgblSjt tlinigcaiaIa IliiiStabdaidan Fr nci c vi3ceitC fc rado arid Sh f Lrjyprt C1PullmavpryTuStLoni undFridi rKgCftyU rough1isriedq and TJUb to ihePacJficCotr frtAh deal Route Din the Fo Vfe9isJst SteWVers fsapIathgmorning and eveMlHg IniHs a St Luuis to transact bnsiites er ya1t theWprtdA kJrilit r 1ai1 willbernailedatqJl waYiwrp d P Bfo1dthe etcdHkls1kTSebat terddrfsS c rah r TGi PtAocr6WH =or arAlrIMia Spend the Summer at1- ASHEYILIE- Chmingly1itd 1 If JtM beautiful GM1LI ReOcL 1 cliM1IcftGn ff LintdnrtlitL8yl Easily rCy4Mm SovtheiiUy Clear rc AtbereGood rjti 7 MagnicnLciay5 theitenSehmsLof OUrMlor SffreeM trpi lrl tt jJoLM d PtA L- q J7tl VM ti IUh 8 P5A ft lAMiIIMo 1r L or Gu Mgr B LcnffMo a Lr-I DRJLBURTDI1J vaIDENr PfENTifcT tTIITWUTRACTED IPAINtIckwp l ii t RalfGPIELD iY k bcntai Work Strictly t llratclasi H LAMPTON b4P i Xi XiooHpttM OFFICE lDRS1SIOOKS J IIPKI11GFIELD KY tF 9EDrRinebrts for mr oIIc over Peoples Deposit jfinlb OllcfJ hours 12to2pth Ir Wr F1 GRIGSBY TORNEYATLAW- IOce erPeoples ank t SPRLVUKJELD KY RACKS I0IExM 1 I NEW FAST TIAIN 9JHsILom aM Xaaeu city aM BMUJUIOMA CITY WICHITA MENISON t SHERMAN DALLAS k mW F0HTWOIITII I AM pdsIpil polEta TeadIe-wt OT14ec1IIThis trmlB ta MW tknmckMt and Ia Ii nriai Tf oar ao J R 4 River Division s e ow to eder ear ewIayedrC servtt4 aaeageeat ot Fred Harvey PatsmIo aa torMee ad all deIaile JG8te wm be ekeerfafly rK 87 U7 nrree 1 tURRAY5ii Ageiit 1 Jl 1 Jt7tS jii cji ttfi f J NoticeJI good safe- kyestmifitfor small sums wiili excellent rate of interest write- iorgparticulars A rjcsident solicitor wnted IennsyIvuiit 5Imirovementj and Iiliestment 703 Baer Building Reading S sN6ER 60UNTY LANDS l Vvgej 1 liie Lestiinvestment to Vflb t CHyd now We can tell you xViWhy We can show you the 4 SnoBcysin them We can sell yo11what you want and at bottom pricesj We have little and big iarms small payments br large lfw Sand bighpriced pjtWrite us your wants or conn and see uFr tile time is ripe f J W CRUME Co- Taylorsvillet Ky a t3 FirmforSaIEJ 1rSPT ithave 1L otal my farm situa- I 4 ted on the Springfield and Bloomfleld pike ort the Nelson 1ide 6 f Beech river two miles froif Maud and five miles east Si4 loomfiqid The farm con 1 jns 107 acres of Jand with good sii bom dwelling house large unsplenty of water Farm- a niofln tras4 For further pLrticularsaddressS S ilf IL MOORE JIi i Stringtown KY 4 fffUBUC SALf If Atm farm three miles north ff Springfield ou a1TUEsDAY SEPT 8l902 bgginnmg at 1 oclock pm will offer for sale to the highest4 erl t f9lwiIg personal One fat cows i2 long gI 2 extra gOod moow 2 weanling heifers I vpiul colt one mare some V b gy and harness and rJli thill aad kitchen furniture r1 v i3U aito at the ame timeand 3tes olfer for rent toy farm con fluofeSO acres 10 for cornj f1I2 for rye and 12 for wheat saws 1fj nMolsaJ Sums of 6 and JJri4ee4 6 ihim hand over thaifc Bftjjrjiiitfc credit of j12 months f1 iHitJ per cent interest wilt be el b lIUJMrA HE SSY v fTOWN I Local Happening of Interest Th Freshest and Latest J All About Yourself Friends and Acquaintancesl l i Seed Rye for sale Thompson Green I New home made sorghum at Isaac Currys ISeed anylqgaBorn On the 21sfc to Mr and Mrs B Di Lakefa daughter if you want good reliable Coffee go toIsaac Currys forit You can get fancy patent flour at the piiceof the ordinary icinds at Isaac Gurry sf fII have for sale a fine Short Horn bull call JOHN A TUCKER The meetings at the Methodist church continue with increased interest They may close with thisiveekS the Louisville annual confer ence will convene at Columbia Oct It and will be in session about oneweek y P ScptiMayes has lt 0sitai 0 1Mrlinimalsfrom hisineJd of ords entered In the cattle v J s N Ii bY9i eJ tIIMiissf ititlit1onf has dher st6ckrof iilliner i goods containing all pew styles at Crow and Bmwleys store jPdlin Ky J Mr Johujvj Kelley Has his tine stellion Fancy Boy at the states fair atljouisville this week whe1eh will no doubt make good shov with tKo best ifr1hcm Feilrjl iin Ammonia takes the blue ribbon for washing clothesi milk yessels scouring and gen eral househbld purposeei Buy iit1 FOr sale by John Q Shader M1 Irvine Adams laatt week bought of fH Thurman the farm known as the Cambron place about two mi1 g ribfibea t of town The farm contains 135 tracres and the price paid as 34 per acre JI STRAYED Proni my place SQOppund1 black steer calf Lit seen six weeks ago at Bee bridge Willisburg road in formation leading to its recovery Will be rewarded GEORGE T CLEMENTS My business house on Malil street otipiedbyEd M Russell jewelry store and my residenceI property occupied by M L Searcy are forsale For further information inquire of P C CLEAVER Mr John Henry Moore the popular merchant of Wall street is tearing away his old storehouse and dwelling and will- erectra handsome new twostory frame structure in its stead John says that he isbound to keep abreast with the spirit of prdgress Mr L HThurman has bought of the Robertson heis the busi ness bouse on Main street occu pied by Grundy Claybrooke Mclntire In a short time Mr Thurman expects toj have the building thoroughly remodeled and make of it a modern bu si ness house The Cumberland Telephone Co has n crew uf men at work about town putting in an entire ly hew systemnew wires new poles and everything The new exchange will also soon be in operation and all of the lines over the county will be overhauled and put in first class shape Rev G A Stricklatid preach ed his first sermon asthe regular pastor of the Springfield Presby t nan church last Sunday morn ingRev Strickland has made a fine impression on the mem bers of his congregation and the people of Springfield in general and he will doubtless prove te be the right man in the right place Heand his family are now comfortably at home in the parsonage of the church Miss Julia Thompsons a well known and pppular young lady of the county died at the home of her aunt Mrs Sallie J Ham ilton on Saturday last She was about thirty y iars ofage and the daughter of the late William Eg Thomnson For several years she had been employed as trained nurse among the sick off the community and waS faithful j and efficient About a year agIshe was attacked with pulmonary TOPIGsit diedlFchurch Frederickstown Two horse traders belonging to a Damping outfit got on the warpath last Monday and undertook to lick everything on Jockey Row Yjfhich was sn undertaking a little too much for them They however succeeded in creating such a rumpus that the services of the Marshals were required Tke men gave tbeir names as Sherman Henderson and Joe Fair Henderson was taken to jail without much trouble but Fair proved a toug1 proposi tion He resisted and cursed officer Comstock until the latter was compelled to give him sever al cracks over the head with his club which all but laid the bad man out The next day the offenders confessed to a fine be fore Judge Noe and the women belonging to the outfit came for ward with the money to settle fine and cost and the men were restored and the movers were ordered to move on whidh they lost no lime iti doing LIve Stock Sales There was a good crowd in town on Monday afid the livestock market was fairly active There were a great many mule colts on the market but buyeis wefe scarce and consequently few stIes were made Auction eer S M Campbell reports the following sales Six shoats at 6 each 12 pigsat 24042 year old steers at 2850 3 year ling steers at 2150 yearling steers at 19 cow and calf 35J cow and c lf 21 milch cow 20 1 yearling steer Sifi 8 calves jllr50 a two yearold filly 6750 one yearling colt 3750 one mule 38 50 one old horse 23 old horse 36 CoJRE Whayne made the folio wing sales Sow and nine pigs 35 80 one aged horse 1725 one old cow 1250 one pair mules 80 one 2year old mule 6175 one mare 20 one 9 year old mare 31 Notice to Creditors Notice is hereby given to the creditor of S I Wpaifiy that 1 will oa baturdit Oct tq 25 1902 sit at my Office to receive laims against the estate of the said S H Weakly and any creditor failing to pres j his claim verified as required by law on that day or within three montkthreafter shall be deemed to have wav6dliisrteht to any part of the assigned estai WFGRIGSBY- Assignee ofS H Weakly Pjpnt for Sale Containing i78 25 acres in onehalf mile from Botiand on u good turnpike road small 2 story buck house with tour good rooms two balls and large cellar good new barn and other out buildings About 60 acres of tImber with about 100000 feet of good white oak Plenty of good spring watei all over farm about 20 acres in orchaid of all knds of fruit part of which is bearing This is one of the best grain and stock farms m neighborhood Reason for selling going to Oklahoma Price 25 an acre n good time- OTIS PORTER 36 4t Botland ft fLICSAbEI- will offer for sale to the high est ftdder on Saturday Sept 27 on the premises my house and lot in Springfield at 2 oclock p m The lot has three acres Hid e has seven roomsi 5 below and 2 above trQnt and back porch good milk cellar never failing well of good water besides hydrant in front yard Good stables undall outbuildings Will also offer some furniture stock Of buggies and harness One sow and six pigs 1 first class milk cow Terms made known on day of day of sale 4 4t S M KARKICK House For Salo I will on County Court day in October on Monday Oct 2iIoffer for sale to the highest der residence inmy SpringfieldI situated on Doctor street and the railroad The toouse contains 10 rooms and is in good repair twoacresofgroundilg j i buil lingsTermsrpada Known JI on day of sale Mrs Nanny SimmsN i HH tiir- nDTISEOFFICE IUNKIUKT BuiUHJu rnianently located SPRINGFIELD KY FSRSOIMAL Mr Hiit Grandy Is ulte sick tils week Mr T Scott Mayeo was in Indiana polis last weekj Mrs X G MansQeld was la Louis vIlla Tuesday Mr and Mrs SB Thompson are in LoxflaVille this week Mr J A Boulware is visiting rela tives In Henry county Miss Mary Lewis is visiting Miss Halstead atBardstown- Mr Joe OJaybrooke is hi Cincinnati this week on business Mrs Mattie McDowell of Danville visited relatives hero this week Mrs John A Simms of Owensboro is here this week visiting relatives Mr DaD Spalding 1s very sick attlo home of his brother of typhoid fever Mrs Mary Hughes of JBioomQel is visiting at the home of A C MeEI oy Miss Margaret Halstead and Mr Tom McKay of Bardstown were here lastweek Mrs John May and MrsIqZee of Bloomfield are guests at the Durrott home this week Mrs McBrldpuf Louisville who has been visiting her parents Mr ard Mrs ML Searcy has returned home A large number of people from town and county have gone to Louis yule this week toattend theState Fair Tbfispejial train has carried a good many each morning and Mash ugton county will certainly be well represented Notice INTHE MATTEB OF ALKXANDEU M SHIELDS BANKRUPT The creditors of Alexauderj M Shields bankrupt are notified that a first meeting fot the creditors of sai bankrupt has been called by met be hold at the law 6111cc otI II ThurT man in Springfield Ky on Saturday IOctober 4 1002 at 3 pm at yvhicb time creditors may attend prove their claims examine the bankrupt appoint a trustee and transact such other business as may be proper for said meeting This September 22 1902 W J LlBItE Referee REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKi OF SPRINGFIELD KY At Springfield in the State of Keiltucky at the close of business September lbr003 NO 1767 EESO CES Loans and Discounts til2I3IH Overdrafts secured and unsecured 471941 j U S Bonds to secure circulation 000000 U 8 Bonds on hand 20000 Stocks securities etc 830000 Flanking house Furniture Fix tures 550000 Merchandise 0231 Duo from National Banks notRe 9serveDuo from Slate banks bankers 84 Due from approved reserve agents 17771 Notes of other National Banks 53000 Fractional paper currency nickels IanC5LtWPULr 1rSpecie thndern5 1050065 Redemption fund with U Slreas urer5 per cent of circulation g50000 Total 3TJ87 tj = IjLmIIjI=Capital stock paid iIn fMtXWdO UJ00000Undividedand Jtexes paid S870 National Bank notes outstanding 1000000 Due to other National Banks 70743 Individual Deposits subject to check 12300008 Time Cejjlflcato of Deposit 21124451 Liabilities other than those above stated 0100 Total 2t28i1 3STAvE KENTUcKY or ss I A C McElroj Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that tho above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and bellefr A k McElroy Cashier Subscribed and avifaru to before nip tills 23d day of September Jennl D Claybrooke N P W atJCy roniiKCT Attest JOHN w LEWIS i F M CAMPBELL Directors H1LURUNDYS PUBLIC SAbE At Rayview Stock Farm two miles east of Lebanon I will sell to the highest bidder on OuTOBER 16 1902 the following stock and supplies Twentv yearling calves redI cows 4 County Member vearling colts 1 County Member suckling colt 1 Gambetta Wilkes year ing cit 1 Gambetta Wilkes suckling colt 1 Ray view suckling 4coltS County Member 2 yeaiold colts five brood mares 4 high class horseslpair of young work IShnu1esthoroughbred ciwesa nice lot off bogs and pigs ia fine lot ofj baled h y2 wagonsand all mv farm ing implements Capt T D English wll be the auctioneer Terms Twelve months with negotiable note AVthe same time X will offer r RayJVF STcER RAY IJebanpnlTy fG I 1 jyJ i sui to J Ti 5ii Sale ofLana and StokcII lair will oil Tuesday October14 1902K offer forisale my farm and stock to the iighesv and best 1 S7 miles bidlOrrsaid1rm and onehalf and Lincoln run turnpike farm consists of 1fU agres go ddwelling house stock barn and other buildings about acres ill grass 20 acres in timber anti about 30 acres Of tine tobapco laud is yo watered and fenced Jilso offer for sale 3 cows 2 yjarling heifers 1 YI ATlihg sLoe 2 calves 1 bay mare one sjprrel mare one year old geld tug one mare and colt 10 shoat farming mplel meLtS s OLIsaleOLI Litsey Ky OAUTiOh 1his is oot a efltle void uuo wren j ou think ho v liable j300 are hot to purchase tor 75 cento the only remedy yniversailiy and a ramed that has had tie lorgestsaleor any tnecliciae in theworld since 1868 for the cure and treatment of consumption aad Throat and Lung troubles without tisidg Us great popu lititi all thejse ears you will bi tbankful ve culled our at tEution to Boschees German Syrup Thereare oHlnyor dinary cou l remidies made by curi4saidotheri that aiv cheap and Rood furlujht colds jjnrhipi bufoi severe Cniii s I3rotcbiiis Croauand especialyI fr Coosutnpiou hci difficult expectoration and coughing during tpC nights and morn lug there iis1 nothing like Ger SyrupSod bf all dru- gsstirhV cyMlZ u irid G G GrU Woo lou V N Y Notice IOwing to the withdrawal of diM r JR Wtmrton from the firm of Wharton Mayes it becomes nocessary that all old accounts duo that firra be ttledl and pari us owing same will please Vail on tll undersigned and pay WHAUTON TAPP MAYES 4SIfjouarc troubled with odorous iI breath hcrtj burn flatnency head aeho acidity paiiia after eating loss jtol app tito piersistant milatieholy o low spirits you need a tonic a fey doses of Herbiuc wilt give you the rc cuperant forge to remove these ois orders Prlcje 50 cehts Sold by C J Haydoh I the Jlnrlkl Most lu Jtipan would posts IIJn1or a JapdiKiy tution h ws f a d ojljjin sol AH old rcMvu o Yokohama jrltcs to tho KIIi lr treIor several yum afUr UK iui trtloii of till jlnrikisha ft was KMioiii ly imdcratoou diiiou foreigners in Vo koliniiiu that Mr Goble Mlf cobbi half mission ry was Its iuvbntor Mr Golte thongli a rough looking Fort of man was rtiardcd hy the foifian rtil dents of the port im an honvHt con slsttiit iulSl3Mlnry bellove It vrashp flio built tie Irst missionary chniwj in Yoktjhauui and aa long as it lasted it knovvp as Goblfs church Lie in the jiahlt of taking long rain Ills In lit Country and dojnt a little itii it mr lI1 IIOl llIlIIisS1IaUllt11 ii her In hawlirslim toa L on tin Itka itt ntnvoen Yokohamir a iid Tokyo qv In Kujisawa to construct U tirst jiniflklsha rue vehicle tok ai oiue vii tin Jaiuinese but not ntuoiig the orvfcnprs with whom it wasKoiue titlil before it became apop uiirjiiwuiH f liKoinotion Mr lobie WitS an AmuiIcui citizen Tuktnt nina nt IIli Wonl Joseph lei rerscm In his bioyrnphy rcljitos wiint was pwliably the last Jest Arffinns Yard When the famous51of lay dyini in Somlmnpton he was attfiided by lila devoted friend Tom Kobertson the author of Gflste who dlTtJ1OIlI writes out sonic medicine in n glass anti offret1 it to his friend Ward said 4My deai Tom I cant take that dreadful tut5 Come ct line said liobcrtson ur j hug hint to svallow the liauscous drug Theres a gwd fellow Do now for my sake You know I would do any tiling for yon 4W fald you sold Ward feebly stretching oit his hand to grasp his friends perhaps for the last time 4I would Indeed soul Robertson Then yoitake It said Wnr The humorist passed away a few hours intcrj fme rias4reri thought you were working on yd Kajs new house The PaintmrSo I was but we hndj a it w an hje said bud put the the paint onl himself The Plastejror And did he The PalnfrrYes at least thats wfcere be put most of It E Is the most common letter InI 3000 letters o occurs 137 times English 1SJ times In French 145 fnI Spanish ITS In German jMost people put In a lifetime plan En1Dg tar soiie great pleasure nnd dip Iliefore they et around to ItAtchIson Globe w Soft Harness You am your bai byIcIoV3II1d I neon 1I3IL5Ui4ikOIiLasi Oil Yew can rd1nLilywouIdEUREKA Harness Oilm- akcgapoorloolrlnshar lite new Mado of pare heavy bodied es wllJ1atU11l everywhereIn Made bj t Mines on Mountain Top Nothing In engineering is more ro mantle or curious than the fashion Inl which tho ordinary conception of mine as an opening penetrating far low the ordinary level is reversed where inducements offer to climb high above the earths Surface before plerc tug into it There is for instance the1 Eureka gold mine probably the highest In the IIAuII mine that it is only worked with great difficulty owing to time mountain ness and to similar troubles to whichl workers at this immense altitude pi Uiost three miles in the air are sub ject Near Chocaya in Bolivia there Is the Vcta del Cuadro nilne where silver ore Is extracted 13000 feet above sea level while time Same metal wrought near Pcopo in tVie Cordilleras 12400 feet above title water The produce from all these is carried on mule back over tremendous mountain paths to points where it can Le placed on rail or be concentrated into more portable form for further transit by wagon to the seaboard Stray Stories Cool Garden Stints A glacier when it dislodges Itself and sails away ojver the Arctic occa n neyer travels alone Inthe wake of every large one floats a line of smaller compzfnfons The Eskimos pill this phenomenon the duck and ducklings amlftiiy One who has watched the progress of the elder duck fpllowed bx her brood will appreciate the aptitude of the name Strange as it may scorn plants grow and blossom upon these great Icp mountains When u glacier is at rest moss attaches itself to It pr Jtccth s ithe ice beneath just as sawdust doest After a lime the moss decays and forms a soil in which the seeds of buttercups and dandelions brought by tbewiml take root anti flourish Those who have traveled in nrctfc lands say they have found nb point yet where the poppy does not bloom during the brief northern s nimcr SThe Skin Bathing to many persons Is a term embodying an expenditure of time and considerable trouble It Is probably bocausj they do nat defuse the skin until it gives visible sjgns of Its needs Now tbdskin is everlastingly throw tog off impurities which you caunot always see with the naked eye but which will be readily round In the ap pearance of the bath water even when one Lathes each day When you can wear a white c011ar a few hours with out marring Its spotlessness where It comes In contact with the skin you mayf have some excuse for thinking that you are perfectly clean and not before Tho neatest person I ever saw could not boast of such Ill achieve ment for the thing l3well nigh fm possible Nature has provided tho pores for drainage purposes and in health they work without ceasing Bostpu Traveler The Siuing arouse The power of song among the brute creation has so long been associated in our minds with the feathered tribe alone that we do not think of it as belonging to any four footed animals Oet there a mouse that singsw- hyIq It nlmnl nobO n ama with very large cars which arc moved about much while sluging ns If that were necessary lo success ot the vocal performance Time song Is not ns you think prolonged squeak with variations but a succession cof clear warbling notes with tplll not unlike the song of a canary and lRlte as beautiful though some of time notes are much lower One great peculiarity IIs a sort of double song an air with accompaniment quite subdued Upon first hearing this one believes that he is listening to more than one mouse perfect Is the Illusion Tlio Louis Styles It was the French King Louis XI who Invented gold lace and It was Louis XIV who or1ercdull time silk upholsteries of palqjee dona in white with figures of gold and blue and a touch of red The loulsine silks are named after hint cad all the French kings of the nameoC Louis have had their names brought down to posterity through the invention of some article of drcss Whether it be a Louis Quinzc heel or a Louis Seize oat while to Louis Quhtoczo belongs honor of a cuff and a hat A Genius Small Son T know what Ill be when I grow up Im going to bo a great In ventor Tapa Thats encouraging certainly What makes you think you have in ventive genius Smajl Son Why I wanted to takes screw out anti I couldnt find a screwdriver so unscrewed it with your razor Short Stories IA Wonder tOlIsomoand play the organ at a village church Tile following was among the replies SJrI noticed your advertisement an organist and music teachcrr either lady or gentleman EtaIngbeen both for several years I offer you my serv ices CGood HorjSe Sense T will tell you that bldeggs and glue are not thins VDU wAnt to eat yet some coffee roasters glaze their uoffee with such things Not so with Lion CoffeeIts jujt pure unadulterated undisguised coffee never covered up with any glazing of any kind quality niUteshneu uOlinsured by the ua1edpakage BETTER THAN EVES i reliableliveiWharton which has resultem the consolidation into thflew firm or WJitrtpia Tapp M yes we are hotter prepre1jhan- evei to care ior the traveling pubhiThe iIG We Invite YoorJ1ffsectIoll- Of s n 1f-our elegant Stock of NEW1Go9 D Spring Dress Goods in all the n siishades Whie Goods In all the SilkIiIZ t j H rentpre 2 8 paied tQ shdw a compJet e stock of CLOTHING The Irge and most attra tlve m1we Y1e ever sliownand LoWERIlJRlCR 11tfiridwelsevhereI ii i l ust opened out a Ilarge IStoqkof fi Rt 8 c CoRSETSThe o4 WhIte PinJc and Blue tt J 4 Dont fail o visit cur Wall Paper Carpet Lace Curtain and Rug Deptad nientitiS now more complete than jj ever before In Shoes we are showing Vici Kid Pateqt Cilf 41 Patent lid Velour Calf Box Glff cb made oli all last from the plaint to the most extreme Call and examine them We Guarantee to Suit you chili extend a special llinvitatiot to cash buyers j q prices Thanking you for yourpatronagopastwe remain Yours Cunninghftm fiDiioall PRANK W sitr BENF SIMMS t JOHNtPSIMMS FRANK W SIMMS S G0t livery Feele and Sale Stablel i gooUoi5esSp6c3alJ U trial Qomfortable stalls ndgood treatment for boai ding hpraes PijoNE7S SPRINGFIELD XY k1J- hit iti 1J wiiijjWi ii Witi vVi t FineiI B uegrassFamn t i a FORS2Lr f g We have for sale more than fifty 2 farms of yaridus sizes and for mot any c jl price suitable to the purchaser Thee f farms ar well located and moetof itf them alNB well improved Some of 35 heDlal i fine bluegrassfar1il8nd 3 contaip eveal hundred acres We 1 will take pleasuiein furnii slakr 1 mation to prospective buyers WLen- wiitingbe are1ul to give pljee and charter of farm desired t rBelsOD R1 tIteJtt fj BARDSTOWNjKY J m fI 1 Setecthii Seed Whet Th4inlter ot securing good ied wheat is doubly important j tb season because of thq Iac t ibt ininany places the graiR irw garaged in the ShOCkY- a jfla e American AgrJcttliranBt 8 Beof the kernels sgwratea v i others were injured by heat v khrbecawfeof beg placed in veqbin whila i p Wheat threshed early ad pit into the al granery before the heavy rains came will iprObabiy germinate k readily Itgwill be advisable b However to run it through a fan sing Null aWd remove all light igbruiBkea and smatyj kernels t hwsiKHild always befdone but tribe present season a special eff i fleet should be made to set rid of ithe kernels that might not ger minate vFVWliere wheat was rained tori 4 aa te shock or stack and where joie at the ketnels sprouted the problem is a very serious one Careful examination shows that occasioually a kernel which has started to grow will upon tjeing placed in proper condition develop a stool of wheat How ever it the sprout has been rubtt bsd off mthreshing or in fan niiig the gernainatiye power iis 2 destroyed Then too if ihe sprouts attain any considerable length say one half inch thereii Iyery flttle hopd of getting seed growth at all Jn other bwordss d wheat thai was mjur ed in the shock by Taiapr in biuh O by heating is a very unreliable seed In xto case should itbe jnsed if any other kind can ltV secured If it must be sowee Ian very carefully test the gerf minatiug powOr and irrcrease the amonnVused per acfa accordirg i ly For instance if ten per cent rof the kernels fail to germinate sawpne tenth more seedracre 1ii By fat the bost method thisll t v yeiHs to secure seed thatwas not rained upon or to 4iso seed from last years crop There is still some old wheat in thfe coun ltry iind thewisefiarmerwiH eu rfpeavor to get hbidof as much of thisaspossibles ch1NtThe Southern Railway survey ing corps detailed to map out the line of t e road from Harrods burg toIanviUe is now at work bn the Paekler farm near Dan yule This iig near1 ihepoint where the company owns a tract i o iorty acres ol Ian4 which will at jba utilized for railway purposes Ihe coS1 tion fthe ex as tension om this point the corps will work northward along the entire route The survey k which is being made is1 not a pro liminery one but i a grading or 7coitruction survey When com J 4 pleted every cut and grade will be marked for the construction corps which will follow arid every man will Tenor exactly Whera the road will hemin hish own property It wilitake about three weens to cpmplete the sur yey The Eastern roate will in alltprobability be chosen Thisjjji continues through the g ofHarrodsbjirjjaMlPPijBTIt present and c Pn southward irom the Present line about a mile from the city From thence it tuns ton- II point on the Cincinnati Sbu them near Fanlcoher whenceit paralll leis the Cincinnati t Southern at Danville Advocato WHISProlatetlnt Nelson The will of Dr Harrison Wells late of Fairfield was probated on I MAN 1Vrswimin shackles a question bisf wloning arace but a qutttion of j ei kbie or1y t keep nfloat The man ttr1iols suffering from malnutrition is like l ThJeed swimmer HIs stomach and itila11i q organs of digestion and nutri tios vff diseased 5 jtja question with him of winning iIa the race for bust k simplykeeping f At W JM v circuatstanc 1P twhesevrdisense r affectstMstomachit thcb i and the 1MiktIt f every or faor the boGY F blood is only food coaverted into fl L Tiutrition and nutri sJ tie is the life off the fcodyasd every erpa otltJ ctorPiercea t9 olden Medical l l Discovery cures diseases of thcStomach taad other organs of digestion and nutri enablegIWiperfett nwtrition pf the body which pt4jc health a t i iSit mfcn tnflered with IndJges tfM MtMJr flyer and kldner which baffled thef b4seti In our eouutry writes E I Ran er Woetsey Prfuce WlUIamuCo Vi F ithneandaertnkJngacaft1oadofmedIci 1 medwlthmystamach and back for a unC irois three doctors I FCWIO bad I could hardi do a days work Would have deathlite pain s 0c ta Ike aide sad WIn4 IIDbegan Uklng Dr Ptetws Golden I Pleasant Pellets for I had takeIatfof the secoad bottle I began to feel relieved I got Ucaitre bottles and used theta Sod am happy 4 0 J6yJ owe iiic toIDrPkrce ccptao tefotnGoiilea Mea Jeal Wieowy There M aotklBg justt IM gajif for jhie iM of the stomach w bitod aM lungs IThe CMnmoa Siie Medical Advwer J0C4 ktfC pagefi in paper covers is sent rfIt ieedof onecent stanmps ti y Cf mailing only Addre J Dt R V Pierces Bufialo N Y aA r Monday The entire estate is de vised to the children and heirsi at law The executors under jthe will are the sons of decedent John and Carty Wells The will was executed Angust 12 1902 nd is witnessed by EVC Hdgan arfS James iJhanley The will of Eliza Ann Lewisof Bloorafield asPIo ated Monday The estate both reall and person l consistingi of a plantation in Louisiana a iarin in Nelson county and other property isi be I quethed tothe husband William Montgomery Lewis dtfring his life time and at his death to theinieeesB3rdStown Kentuckys Trotting liar nival During the dates of Oct 7th to 17th at Lexington the Kenl tucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association will hold its annual trotting meeting when 100000 almost doable the amount offert ed by any other single Associltc ion will be given away in stake udpurses This event has made Kentucky the horse center o of ihe world the mecca for all the really grea horses that have figured prominently in trotting and pacing classics For tbet meeting this fall the entry lists a are larger than ever before thus insuring a sport of the highest Ordejr ayd bringing together tIe worlds best trotters and pacers With such new features as ave been inaugurated by Secre tary Shanklin it is freely pre dieted that this fall will witness the greatest tI otting carnival ver kHowp The live Cup races ameteur reinsten have at tra ted such enthusiasts C K BiJlingSi E E Smathers H K Deverfrnx F G Jones 0 F Emery C A Otis and other tep- esentatives of the amous driv ing clubs of New York Cleve land Chicago Pittsburg Toledo Detroi Syracuse etc I Two 81sIIn the treatment of nasal catarrh are now fully uuderstood Fir t the dry nf process is a delusion that produces snore mischief than benefit and econdlysciemice common sense and experience proclaim ElysCrertti Balm o be instant relief and finai certain cure It cleanses the deceased mtm braues and never makes the patient sneeze Price ccLta Sold by drug fftsts an by Ely Bros 66 Warren StINY Summer Complalut Is not always brought about by a change ofair and water Thc stay homes are just as susccptable t9 diorrhoc dne generally o overeating unrips fruit and drinking ice water ailaccomdcniett bv painful bowel discharges and If not checked reults seriously Perry Davis Pain iLtmr is the only reliable remedy 25 and cents ImaAes Burned At Junction City Saturday af ternoun the house of Mrs Huilun der burned lathe ground Tie house which ha aeen u it by er own hands was one of th curiousjties of itiis section of tile state people driving miles to visit it and have their jt u tpd by its lo ufI toitautMr ollauder hadevolved atheolom of her own Her hut was lee rated wUu pictures aud imtges drawn orr modeled by her on n hand A WJIHII she weut to cnurch she carried a small past board temple on onearO iii wnich was placed a burning can die In her other hand the car ritis a bell whiqh she rang as she walked She has kept seven caudles burning about an al er in time middle of her hut for iniiny years Mrs Hollander made a liviihood by tellin fortunes and many marvelous taes are related of her itiwr to tell tin future It is suppsed that the fire was caused by ooeof the sucrtd candler oveilnrniry Cramps DysestrYCholera Merbus Diorrhoc and i ideed all bowel complaint are quickly relieved by Perry Davis Painkiller a sMo sure audI Kpecdyenre fOr all the troubles named EverY reputable drnggist keeps a ipplffjjchi bottlo coutaius dlrec tionsVtAvoidsubstitntes Tehre is hut one Painkiller Perry Davis ThanKsgiving Turkeys Turkey forthe Th illcsg vini dinner are going in be a luxuy both on account of fecurcity v price This concliisTon is r ach ed bA buyers wo have m ndn A c uvass of the country dUtnc ays the Bfiiicaeoi Tribune I ile5tmited that the turkey cr wirbVhne hnf smaller II Itt3ftar and that puces Thanksgiving time when vli tl fowl Js most iu demand fv 11I about 3 cents a poaid Fglr than a year ago At lhlIlp enttiuuil rents a pound bBingaWil tircarlots aud t ltI 41Jll41 price atttt1mtleoli8t Tht j JSoutbBrnt States t- hfj4jp crdji Jruined by drouth a i d ConstipationD- oes your head ache fain back of your eyes Bad taste in your mouth Its your liver I Ayers Pills are liver pills They cure constiI pttionj headache dyspepsia 23C All arujjlrti vf nt your tnontUchocr beard eautlfnl brows or rich btsck Thni use UOKINGHAMS DYE IWhiskers i f oenoDtiuoAIIPu I JJl sUjprtage of grajn c ni last sum mer and fall The e roNriition1 comnelled farmers to sell Irii the more Nprthern Stats vvebre the supply of fodwa bailert hea y sprinsz rain I1iiUoff the young turkeys a fast as the were hatched Whites Cream Vermifuge iis espee ally thechilds tonic improves bc diperfion and assimilation of foodl l strengthening the nervohe systcir l and restoring them to tne health audc vigor jxud elasticity of spirits natural o chiidhood Price 25 cents at lIyIdons drug storeIcUrEd henunorage Several years ago jay lungs were badly affaectedthat I had sever lhem mora es writes A MAke o Wcod Indu I took treatment with several physicians without any benefit I ncfl started to take Foleys Honey and Tar and my lungs arc now as sounds a builet I recOmmeud it in the advanced stages of lung trouble Mysterious Strafl4erIA aCiinser cl iiiuii to Ie a etecti e drove hnrrindlv bbn nnd gzlIIttL a boy 10 IIr ebmpiny him ilrnve UI thIWaerlord pike hout a miuI frm iwo iiiid ecuntl saol rum a hpiimv beeili tree tcDJ cOiltaled 500 in liver The strangr lold the hoy Ie wttdctPCive and thi1 he monVy hd b pn hidden in hp by 101I bers whom hn ii4 cnpiirel a ffAIimsmd hHiiW p ih v wl oiatetl Atr geit IIJ 1hUIC tle8atustu p iki He hud tTe hoy ccon pady him in oid ri to hold Ilk horsVn bile he mad tiI serc fur tne money The i ver was iiito d irl cotton sack Th man was apputenly aboutfbny year If ayH nd WitS roughly desd TbR tenera1 ouirnn tat the strung r was one of the robbers who id the mon y instead nf einir r d toi live as iHCatued JJ i trbMn itard of him n h Icrt own TavloiMril C Mirier Whistler atWe t Point Among the fatuous men who were for a brief term cadets at West Point were Edgar A Poe the poet Matt H Carpenter the eminent lawyer and statesman of Wisconsin andfl aies MarNcill Whistler the celebrated paint er Whistler remained three ycftrs at the academy The Army and Nayy Journal gives the following curious story why he did not puss his exam ination The subject given him In chemistry to discuss before the academic board was silica which constitutes 8 per cent of the solid matter of our earth Whistler It was said In perfect Inno cence of the subject but with ills characteristically charming manner described silica as an elastic gas or n 1aan411m1A fat TheInthe audience simled Approval but the stern academic board dispensed with Whistlers further valuable services at the Military academy Fifth Century Aatbora Hcrophilus one of the Alexandrian school wrote a treatise on the practice of medicine on obstetrics on the eye arid on the pulse which he correctly referred to the movements of the heart He was aware of the existence of the lacteals and of their anatomical relations to the mesentcric glands Erasls tratus his colleague and a pupil of Theophrastns and Chryslppus was aware of the nature of the heart and Its connection with the veins and ali terles but be fell Into the error that tho veins were for the conveyance of air and the arteries for that of blood Otherwise be anticipated Harvey great discovery lie knew also that there were two kinds of nell those of motion and those of sensation The FlaK at Half Unit The custont of showing Sag at half mast originated from the way nt sea of showing the proernlriencp one ship had Qver the other In time of warfare The vanquished always hud to lower Its flag while the victors would be raised as high as possible In cxul tatlon To lower a flag Is an act of submission or betokens respect to a su perior or Is a signal of distress ThO hoisting of n flag half mast high came to be used therefore as a sign ot mourning and respect IQu e Romantic Miss Gaygirl Did you say you have lived In New Mexico all your life Mrs Hansom Yes MJssGAnd been married ItYesl divorced Mrs BNo husbands all shot MIss Q gushiiiglyl How romantic Detroit Free Press IDUBenU Ratnpur Dentlitrr whose do main is about tipp pubs to the north west of Calcutta cdmc down from his homo to calFon Dr Smith says n Lou paperaM brought Jf0 people with tldon to see about his mothers teeth wanted a set of false teeth and because Engllsitwomiii had two setsi the niabarimaniUFt lve two sets also The nawab of Itnuijuir isa Mohaui inedan so of course the luothcr could not show her face Likewise on thatjWcouut Dr fmlth had 16 go to Bamputo do tile work Two tbOUStPdJi p g to make two sets of false teeth IIt cost thetiawab 4000 JJTheI rupees old woman lay back f wIth her coyprwl nnil the ilpntlKt vcr- keatbjjiluotha11ohe I mash iit ir AGrBEATPEACHCEOPJ THAT VHJCH GREW AROUND NEW YORK IN THE YEAR 1679 ADparentlr the uccloiu Fruit Wa- aiore jilundant pn Manliattan in IBaclBooks of travel usually contain a Vast amount of matter that Is unjm porjant and a good deal that untrue besides not a little that Is unmtercisl lug and the old travelers who wrt about their voyages to New York fuP nlshed few exceptions to the rUle Tantalizing therefore Is theLtdiary 01I auobsetver who visited these shores In 1C79 who had a reportorial Instinct- r f the important the true and the In teresting whose tourneys covered theIentire territory now known as Greater New York who wrote fillyI and graphically of all he saw and whose observations have all come down to us with the exception of some thir ty pages describing New Yorkcity at the time of his visit Exactly that which would now be most valuable Is lost but from what remains we can learn a good deal about the New York of those days Jaspar Bankers is the writer whose Impressions of New York have thus been lost to toe world and in what has been preserved of his writings the chief thing that forces its attention up on the reader is the magnitude of the peach crop In these parts during the year of1his visit He was a religious enthusiast tho lender of the Labadlsts a sect that flourished briefly on three continents toward the close of the seventeenth century and his voyage com panlon was a minister of the same sectS Put there is little pf this in his diary against n great dent of what they ate and drank and on occasions when they went to the little church In the fort where the custom house is now the fact is mentioned with some apolo glee one service being attended id order to avoid scandal and for other rea sons and others because my tom panloals endeavoring to learn the lan the very day of their arrival in New York Sept 23 1679 we begin to heIr of the eatables and drinkables especially the poaches He first took us to the house of ono of his friends who welcomed him and us and offered us sonic of the fruit of tho country very flue peaches and full grown apples which filled our hearts ThlstrultfPleasant to the taste much better than thoughIjior food made It so agreeable After eedIeddifferent gardens trees full of apples of various kinds and so laden with peaches and other fn It that one pjigbt leavesiEurope In the best sisoug an overflowing abundance Whe we ished our tour and Had glien our guides several letter to deliver we returned to his fatherinlaws Ite regaled us in the evening with milk which refreshed us much Wo bpd so Utttuy peaches set before us that we werj timid about eating them though we experienced no effects from them And the next day Sunday the record opens with this was surprised on waking to fliid my comrade had already dressed him self and breakfasted upon peaches So It went every day Toward the end of the week they crossed the ferry for less than half a cent aplece to Long Island where the people Wade them very welcome sharing with us bountifully whatever they had whether It was milk cider fruit or to uncco and especially first and mpst of nil miserable rum which had been brought from Barbados and which Is called by the Dutch killdevil These people are very fond of It and most of them extravagantly so although It Is very dear und has a bad taste But on Long Island as clscwhgsft1 peaches were us good nniniwas bud t impossiblteli how many peach trees we passed all ladeQ with fruit to breaking down and ninny of them actually broken down We came to a place surrounded with such trees from which so many had fallen off that the ground could not be discerned and you could not put your foot down without trampling them and notwith standing such large quantities bad milieu off the trees stilt were as full ns they could bear The hogs and other animals mostly feed on them The lpeaches In Harlem were as plen tlful and still more delicious When they went up to the north end of Man hattan Island we find this notice Before we left Harlem we did not omit supplying ourselves With peaches which grew in an orchard along the toad The whole ground was Covered with them and with apples lying upon the newgrain with which the orchard was planted The peaches were the most delicious we had yet eaten But they need not have taken the precaution mentioned for even after crossing Spuyten tfuyvll they found more peaches than ever We came to a road which was en tirely covered with peaches We asked the boy why they left them lie there and did not let the hogs eat them lIe answered We do not know what to do with them there are so many The bogs are satiated with them and will not eat any more Prom this we may judgeof the quantity of them U II N In New York Mall and Ex IlresS it is a shiftless trick to send for a doctor when you bavea boll Atchlsou Globe Harlots Cigar III Italy ItalyIsays a man who Has just made ft tout of the country may grave Italy on their hearts as deep as they please and perhaps in her art her sky her atmoi phere of history and romance they find sufficient reason but I admit that all these were for me spoiled the Italy rubbed off every time I went Into ft store to buy a cigar or one of the tiny objects that pass for cigars in that country You pay for your cigar then you look about the shop for the light that is always to be found In America Failing to find it you try to ask for a match Failing to make yourself un derstood you begin to gesticulate tank Ing imrfginary scratches on your trou Bera and holding your fingers before jth end of the cigar Then the storekeeper begins to comprehend light dawns over his face He passes yoi out a box of waX matches with a colored picture on the top But as you proceed Ii JPocket It and go out he in turn begins to talk and hold up his Jlngers So you pay him to get light Indeed it is one long pay pay i yNow York Trio tine a iT7DUMAS AS A COOK iRe alll Par11cfGood In iks Prparntic TurJri wDumfi pore wf ij l1u the hfbIRlffceducation or boot hjirnln and more to a ljCI1ittVjilly jr It jiaiiunsophlsti catotl mind ti JA uJp Intitcpurse with the Urlglt sirt i ot his day the nip r Bohemia 41w best artists dra matlc authors aid lions of various kinds of his tinie LIla one accom pilshment was LW nrjst flowing cierklyibutlhe knew ihandwriting nothing of science of any kjlud of serIous litera ture11111111s he had never thought of punctuation before he burst the world as qu uuttor left it always to the proofreader Like llossjnl if Dumas hadl not been the author ot MonteChrlsto jind other novels that brought him eacli fortuuefwhlch bl spent as sof n nd he made he might have been n great cook I partook of nihmch he cooked two years before bin ileath at the house of Gndiii juiiuttr He came to cook it in this wiyI G d ir me ting him on n Friday on the boulevard said A friend has Juit sent me three splen did turkeys from Devonshire What shall I do with Ithcmr You should let me cook hem saUl Dumas All right But I must go tomorrow to prepare them f r the spit Dumas arrived next morning with a hamper ful of truftes fof the turkeys and not to allow any to go to waste brought calves sweetbreads and ther delica tics which ure the better for truffle at eorapanluicntst He prepared his pints carefully aidl suggested that If Gudhj wished to iuvlt friends to a particu larly well roqktid lunch then was his time Terhaps1 he added you bad better call on Alboui and ask her to come She will crown the feast by singing a brjudjal So said so done Dumas acted ns chef In kitchen until it was almost time to serve the lunch A most brilliant company bad been Invlttd to judge of le grand Alex andres oulliiary talents Ihev de clared he doservod the name of Alex andre le rand and expressed their r row that his literary genius had de jjrivcd worjd pf die gieatest chef of the nineteenth century Dumas used also to cpok the grand dinned which Mme Hattazzl gave at Florence when her husband was prime mlnlstrr of ItahyLondi New- sTHEHUMBLE HAIRPIN You Thought You Knevr Its Many Vie lint There Are Other Thejj comprehensive merits of the hairpin are known tpall qbservant men Its special value in surg6ry is asserted by a itriter in American Med clue It seemS that a surgeon can do almost anything with a hairpin Ho can wire bones with It probe and close wounds pin bandages compress blood vessels use it to remove foreign bod- Ies from any natural passage and as- a curette for scraping away soft ma terial And no doubt the women doctors can do a great deal more with thojt most gifted and versatile of hu man implcmeuts Anthroj1oglsts have never done justice to the tlnirpin It keeps civilization together In tile banOs of girls entirely great it Is much mightier than the sword or for that matter the p0w What is the plow but a devciopnteut of the forked stick and wfiat is the forked stick but a modification of the bairpln If there was any necessity a woman could scratch the ground successfully with a hairpin non fact there is no work or play in which something mg not be accomplished by menus of it Dullards will tell you that women arent Inventive as melt dont taU out so many patents They dont harm to With the hairpin all that is doable can bo done With a hairpin a woman can pick a lock pull a corkpeel an apple draw out a nail beat an egg see if a joint of met is done do up a baby Kbarpen a pencil dig out a sliver fasten a door bang up a plate or picture open a can1take up a carpet repair a baby carriage clean a lamp chimney put up a curtain rake a grnteJjtjfa- pie make a fork a jstKook an awl JkgtfcJsUJWUWBeTa paper cutter a clothespin regulate a range tinker a sewing machine stop a leak In theII IinI cream reduce the pressure in the gas meter keep bills and receipts on file spread butter cut patterns tighten windows clean a watch untlo a knot varnish floors do practical plumbing reduce the asthma of tobacco pipes pry shirt studs Into buttonholes too small for them fix a horses harness restore damaged mechanical toyswres tie with refractory beer stoppers tin proviso suspenders shovel bonbons spect gas burneil saw cake jab tramps product artificial buttons hooks and eyes sew knit and darn button gloves and chocs put up awnings doctor an automobile In short can do what she wants to She needs no other instrument If a woman went Into the Robinson Crusoe line she could build a but nnd make her a coat of the skin of a goat by means of the hairpin She will rev olutionize surgery with it In time Meanwhile the male chlrurgeons are doing the test they can but It is not to be believed that they have mastered the full mystery of the hairpin When Women Were ExtraTatrant Such a Jiuo and cry as is raised about the extravagance of the women of our day and yet at the court of St James in a dress of Velvet embroidered with gold which Is said to have costno less than 1500 Marie de Mcdicis gown sown with 32000 pearlshadnI 3000 diamonds and her example1 was followed by lesser personages who cheerfully expended more Jhan their Incomes on gOwns so laden with pre clous stones that their wearers could scarcely wan about In them Mule de Mon etpn beauty who reigned at the Kurf Of Louis XIV Wore nt one great court festival a gown of gold on gold and over that gold frieze stitched with u certain gold which makes the J1Qst divine stuff that has ever been Imagined according to the panegyrics written by the pen of Mine tie Sevlsrne ivlntc IndellMp Ink If the shell Of time rurpuru lajilllus upl broken there Is seen on the back of tin animal just yndcr the skin a slender whitish vein which conflis a yellow liquor Whcft tills Hqupr applied to linen with a Ismail brush and vxpo to sun It becomes lBucatwivol green Wtic and purple and Unally srI tics Into a lrilllant unchangcubh1 vrii son HorMuvUCH or Now Kngiand have growhjg abuniIriSy on the sea side rock their Iilinrhoods Htti hivifig Liottickimf lijaHlbli ink uv to be csceili l In lemuty or UuRillljt Bbynu niatuiiuctunHljtroijncu Khv neither acid nor aUbhnl will uOfect iut Poleys Kidney Cur makt k1JCTP t Explilg m DeerAt the beginning of the nineteenth Century the French Academy of SrJ cnces bffierd to gFcea priz to the first person who would solve the following prOblem It you take a vase tall of water and put a stonrf or any similar body in ltthe wa tr will floW over If however Ou put iuLtfiifc a fish the volume of which is equal to that of the ExplaJnthisLearned essays on the subject poured in from all quarters tnt the problem was hot satisfactorily solved in any of them and consequently the prize was not awarded In the following year the same quos lion was again propounded and for five years answers continued to pour In to tile academy Then it suddenly occurred to one of the academicians that after all the problem might be Incapable ot solutit und he deter mined to make a tt nr himself Filling a vase water he put a stone into It tond that the water flowed over Then he took out the stone Shed the vase again with water and put into ita fish the volume of which was the sauio as that of the stone and saw to his surprise that the water again flowed over He told the academy Of his discov ery and the result was that the offer of a prize was at once withdrawn Misplaced CuuCdeaee An Irishman once applied far a job on board a certain ship Well said the captain where are your recommendations Share an1 I have1t oiiny sur Cant take you tuuu got a German here with fine recommendations bave to give the job to him Pat begged so hard however that the captain finally agreed to take him and the German both on a trial trip the best man to have the permanent JobThey were well out at sea when a storm arose one day while Pat and the German were scrubbing the deck A big wave came along and swept the German overbOard th his bucket Pat Immediately picked up his bucket and started after tbe captain whom ho found below Well Pat whats the matter nowi the captain inquin Faith sur ye LOVV that German what hadBUcb foinerleommlndatloiis t Yes what of him Begorrn sur an hes gone off with one of your buckets A Question otei Yes sir snhiII maa with u frayed collar that nd Js wirthI800 a foot sOil only n vcarngu could have bought It for n song But you couldnt s ehr itckicit the funny tuna Thf man vltb the friycdCiHar eyed him distantly and tiKgbtlly nnd re plied Jn cold cuttii tines Oh I could sing 11 f COKllnt uet ihi right notes And the runny ma ie ked rtsIied ua rn overripe stmucrry at Lot torn of the bnsket hang Muat Have Thought Her OI Miss Clnral declare ifwas iieur insulted In my life On bow ltihint MIss AngieWbcli- imjs Clara That young ilp Dashaway I Miss nlle Whi ftw be tom Miss Clara Wh asked J t afternoon If I thoun here u dlporeuco between id peopU IIllnU- IO and now Just tliiiikrtei ifanagina UUk John she said softly have you been saying anything about me to mother lately No replied John Why do you askr Because she said this morning that the Relieved you were on the evejf proposing to me Now J dflnbT wish you to speakto rwhen10u have imfOltbat kind to say Speak to me and Ill manage the business Ortth mother And John said he would 1TheRib The Living Church quotes this from I Connecticnt womans diary dated 1700 We bad roast pork for dinner and Dr 8 who cnrl held up arlh on hU fork and s4 Here ladles Is what Mother Eve wx made of Yes sid Sister Patty cud its from verb ranch the same kina if critter u t sure arotmd A well known artist overheard a countryman and his wife ridiculing his picture which represented a farm scene He was eo Indignant that heat last interposed with the remark4ft That painting is valued at ll00 Allow me to ask if you are familiar with works of art Not very familiar with art replied the farmer but I know omethlD about nature young man When you make a cow that gets up from ground by pnttlng her fore feet Cr you do 0m i1It nature never dtdLondon t Iji A Miraculous FeatI- tsseemed that nothing short pf a miracle could save my little Idaugbterfrom an untimely death says C y Marshall A H Malcolm cf CheroIceeKan When two yuti old she was rta1cenwith stomach1 arid bowel trouble and despite the efforts of the best physicians we could procure she grew gradually worscaodwaspronouncedin curable Africodadvisedi jI Miles Drv Nervine and after giying it a few days she began to improve and final ly fully recovered She isv now past five years of age and the very picture of health 5111 Druggists IID Mltw Mtdlccl Co ElVhaft Intf 4 J r 1PonThiisO0ife5DUt beHC1irauunUiIiccretcs s mlttingjeyem and PJ trouble worjcs permanentcus of1MI tJ A8ANVIN1IAN T R Ar bstreacfta4 biheCo on eh tiicb l1fle 1111 runs wO trainskday1frr M lIiphitoTexzs- wiihon change NQteseUti s eijher reach 1111 tiforti bomoinraised and where peQDle prosper asdaornebookletswest aadTl roughT awitb anybodywhbisaaxiouatobei condition iii r Kentucysti11LEXI 1 SfAKESoctobet octobet7Th fa 17th SIOOOOO1 20JOOOFuturjw5= McLsL Transylvania QOETn nil a 8000 Walnut Hall Pa 35 TIjER GRAND RACES The Gr ulsl Prrauu Esr Half Fare Rates on all Railrdiids P STOiJ1jrtaMit E W SHANOJN SMPtiMy a tii i ClubbingLlst The best Magazines and sp is p1nsneft the coiintry offered at i educed rates to NEWS EADERsubscribersi W1TE NEWsLEADER- uotiisri1e PosttdniJv 13 75 ourn r Jourotiljttviceaweekl 50 ouisvHe Cbtnroernial JfaJl j5 00 mursvillie Con w flr 11251 1251FarmersCin ComnemalvTiriJjune 2i40 Cincinnati Enquirer iylr5Q1l O1BreederSBreedeiGmtzsttaIntorstatePiltran 13If Ohm Farmer Wy 1 50 IndHendtvt j 50 rhtCommo ler 150 t Louts GloleDewiirat11 75 en ry MagzInet 4 50 St F hjlas i vv i B 50 BarpersMega iae 1 4 00 Harper Wee lv + 425 Harpers BazafU iv 4 2a aarpemit Rouirt labtBW 250 N Yj World TiVAveeklyy 17tJ Manseys Magiiinev I 1 85 McClures ygzlne7t 1 Revlewot Vlfrh 300 N Y Weekly Triimtie 1 25 Frank LEslie tonttily 3 S The Arena Lv vv 3 00 cCilrs jgBno 1 2SL Feet SWftlMia hateseSIke- Ihad kidney trOnbleebad1tsays j JCojr of Valley VIeW Ky Uthat I conl0 rOt workmy feet were swollen to an Imraeuse size and niyk physi Claus were tiuatiitr give nie any re lief My doctor fiitally1 prescribed Foleys Kiduey Cure which made a well man of me J Thousauds sufier with torpid liver producing greajfcdepressioii of spirits iudigeaioi constipatiou headache Heroine will Btimulatethet liver keep thebowels regular and a atthfuibnojrattjey t spirits I tic cent Sold byjlJ Hay don Core huskeja sprained frisls barb ed wire cuts udsprinsorcutsfroPia- n3tttherEaUSeVe quickly healed when Ballards Snow Ointment is promptly appUd prl ee25 eta at Hay donsdtug Store Potey s Honey and Tar Is peculiar ly adaptedforchtoalE trglibles and will positively cure bronqhitis- hoarseness and ail bronchial dIsestis ueuRejsbftiWtes i1A a thelfVtf 1 = i by 1IIWIiC 1k p acts e h ana CMIk 1 ifMalarial1Mt reitorc throat 1FtYCIMTS it OTTffl II I A rsr s IPJ Grand CooilsvJ 4Sa 1jt f il 1 J 6000 s 0ourierJottaJ ITIMES sA AAEEPC104 Times aYear i 1 Tax TwicxWux OoCHiltRJOUWIil fa the equal of many dallies and tlle1tfttrifr of all other papers It prkit Nil PGstories iy and SatnrdayA Kooi cewMfMM I agents Sample cdpte free a twa Write to f I CMlllf t- li niloi 4 6 ll SPECIAL iUUMtKtt YOU CAid GKrkHK NewsJtadtrmTH ThieeawekCtthrJstiasBoth One Year tor ty t S16O Tills ior asl stibRcrip4tuiit t IAlt subocriptions under this et LI4a thin ofler jnnst bt lOot JtrMtIIU- tlJ dJRAJIX1t oMos =fo pMst WMWe pseauipUfk4aa Ls4 t PATENTSre- Fr or1 rII MCaw v z CUffMCMMCM Tlf M SWIFT A C0n 0 IS rat Louisville Is 1ndlQChicaff femwly i ml L1flp jpennsylyania Llm Traiiw tive L 8f N Station LoniyItie for Ii itlimsp oils ana Chicago820a m aW Lisp in daily making cnaasstisss wI trains avmgSJNrI iJTAlC and 130 pm For dtaUsM s rt C H Hagerty D PA LpvfcTJll Kjr Kodoi DyspepsiaCursDI This peeseM coMsilsI lrtlaD44Jpaall =fOOd ItgiVttlDttMtTCllef fails to ears 1aIoyos s afl tM fooclM1TbentJ tn lwstomachs S u tk it By its uss- blouMsd of sSe- iired aftet sel7thIb1Np- eevsstaforUootgM =It ell slie4m siLdisteess atI- tDIe1DClDc JtJ tD fttb huy-ssrw= r