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phC11dUQflth B L Lits y e1 i fair UIY dTjITJ of fourth4ntlCiutJity 1r1eel9 r Monday in ech inith- J L itse7 JigJ Clerk l I3odkrCOUfltT Attorney City T S taes County t berGeogCqatetttt h yronCfOatetsherwRichard Sidney Isl1U1rR B i u ioore County Surveyor M JI Royalty 4sssor J C pOBryan PCp1t IRobert NOeTreasurer J t MonomtrjC0rne c4puiou itWj Busb 1f hff SohOOI9iP 0 SPr1U1 Ct J3J I r f ame1 dif llce1 OURT c1geg- t ll Irt W D t eCity AttorI1e jjhima 12bro COJJ j 4f- aJ1sUC cr tSu li J iiti W pu U1YCtOd 1 tChurch DtCctorY q BAPT1ST4C1URCIit i ievagtOr fier AIce Tt14 atlI 111 tt7 SunclY Sthoolat3uPrnycru pUi night atIJ30WednsdaY nct IIcetngen 1 he1ItlRGIIL pr s Dwi Pastor Service I irstand11 t4 l1dLS In each VIn dt7 O1Ul1 Sna1OCV1i iu a 3hooevrx5unaay 1lt41 ain ayeretiqgccryLCdflCSflYr aWtt 4 pj 4wcu ii PastOr Set Ev ZLI3enneaV Omoclrl II ndayea8 an vtcas eve rseServices atSt Rose sime h a Ui I j5fjCHURCII lU iPt Fe1iiPato crvice- iecondj Rev and o rlt StudY to eoch 61 I Ji 1month YFii 4 oHURCHpESBERlAI Rev h Ai ttrIcland pastor at 1lLn3Sunday Prea11lE Vt7I and aJ 7 pni SunaYchoo1 every Sunday L1Oarn Prayer neatIngJ t7 otIoc1thuradav enIn qeverTj EratrI Orders ICASbSXC MrtSfc Spttagneia todje Monday in eachi second pNo raeets znofithrWkkratoni 0 Cbapter su ever UliidMondavi iZ meets onsprinJtfie1dCou1Ci14iO ye yjoudh MI3t biF Mects XNIGWrrrxEMAcAEnES edieSYtPeach DtutIteve v flrt it Jii1T 1sN S sc p j1AMERIOAN 1 II 1tII 11I 11 0fWT Ir M l11 I CO9 sIN I I 1h IlUlJ For aleby C J Haydon a A 1 i I I Utijfiro 1U WW IIJUND OF TALK 1 I r A a mrr FOlk z v ppI jI J 1kuuiS iA J Of farmyard knowledge city folk loc Possess woeful lacV rfIioyrof very apt jn lee tOBO 1DthlThefpowu bnlr6bacfc BeAndl withthpygrnmble Hovvj wo diEtinguIah know or guess islIIfi ioslflfBrtcnperli will intimates will sob oer much i Obituary new IETirvainthis subject to purauecHell give one angry buzz srTVontfcearliIidoe8 CV itTjsatklndTbrhawko nf sts boys of AroundtthowoodswIRroamoud infnds I to TboihuWk ig not nt home v fthe that this very sharp bilird beast SUa no upon ilaseat Xheaot1 irora his nb dent lleast Apprpachea fifty feet D 3ItsGuy notiiB whiskered chinj iithIs patched garments you would flout were folly to begin so bumpkin h aliorny baida ioHisHis thuclo does the rest OER r not KANSAS CITY FLOODsWe l have received from Mr ask txmott F McElroy an ilustra ITdOd souvenir issued by a h e Hansas City paper containing interesting views f the terrible jBobd which recently visited ihat he laCe The scenes taken from you actual photographs give one a ideVof the disastrous effects thfvhigb water wjiiiclt recently covered the larger part of the citys manufacturing section get Tjijat the financial loss to Ka nsas on aqcount of the floods will enormous is easily beleived hen one sees the extent fof the havoc wrought as shown by aro these views taknn dnrinsr the worst stages of the high waters well as afterwards showings thets JrBge d jrf AVEENEY W H Sweeney the present Commonwealths Out AftorneyPfdp this district has eividently made lup his mind too II ou after the offlcevfor another B ii ii ft rr twien are and yet Durhamtne Dem9r li e JI n tnot iry opedijse t be1a arrq oneCcGreeii cbuntyf Re ppblicans appeartto have taken thJlJeaa in the l u1 ingoSI eneysmfeeting f the cpunty committee 11eld tlt reens nr JjnStwe k hetl 1Sivas srong1yeudqrsedand the jtepSjblicans of the district j rge4 tolsive his candidacy their uprortj j 1 t JgLj 9fcsSprngfil Iof eof4heconvient1yarraiigedPostOffic the State All of the furniture qfhemodera style and the timriro mentojsone of wbi t il citizen should be proud Postmaster Waters moved into the liew quarters on yesterdayitake and everything is now working Ic smoothly U1 o SHOW PRODUCTSi J W Smith who is chairman of the committee on grasses and seeds fortthe Kentucky ex hibit at the Worlds Fair has written to W F Neikirk ofthis place to nr ethe farmers of Washington county tp take j intbe display at the Worlds Farr by furnishing Specimens ofIj allkihds of grasses and Lsot raised in the county Farmers are requested to send in sample bags pf seeds of all kinds and also l DUn dIes of grasses Each bundle of grass or bag of seed must be marked on a tag with the exhibitors name postofflce cOunty and Stale and this will show from whom and where theyof came Washington county pro offj all kinds and it will be a good way to advertise the fact to the takeIr 11thiheaa setfor the l publicans of this county to meet and name elegates to the1 State convention which meet in 1 f ttiivfljcni JJI1115 b Iiquzry- u3onRipub1icans iadiffrenL tgl1111es of the covnty makes it Itappear that in the contest for in jn ninn lion for governor Mn p seems to be favorite the voters of the county although the universal sentiment to nominate the strongest the one who will make the strongest candidate Both Mr Belknap and Mr Wilson aret ll liked here and Washington ounty Republicans will heirti1y- upportthe one whoshows tho most strength before the people likely that this county will send her delegates uniristructed the the State convention as 10g goveYnorship congest a E KIND We occasionaly hear comnlaints from some subscriber about what a nuisance is to have a neighbor who is continually borrowing his paper wo will submit the following dyico on the subject Be hind ot Ycur neifitjbor und lend hm your pa per to read if heoes take one and donot humil ate him by coinpell ng hin to or for it but lay it out in plain 1- 1si1jht where be can find it when of comes in in the meriting after publication lay DIrt be so uncharitable as to hide it because is not able to pay for it as are He undoubtedly has private re sOLS for not taking it Perhaps he has corscientions scruples about paying two or three centr for it when he can the reading of it for nothing by CAUTION This is not a gentle wordbut when you think how lhbleyou nov to purchase the only by remedy universally kncwn and a on remedy that has had the largest sale of aoy medicine in the world since 18w for the cure anl treatment of Consumption andIf Throat and Lung troubles vithn losing its great popularity all these yedrs you will be tl1nnkc ul we called your attention to- oschces iin German Syrup There so many ordinary cough t made by druggists and t others that are cheap and good iis for light colds perhaps but for It severe Coughs Bronchitis Croup and especially for Con where there is difficul- txpectoration a and v coughing during the nights and mornings re is nothing like German Syrup Tue 25 x cent size has just been introduced this yoar Regular sizd 75 cents At all druggists C J Havdon Cholera Mantm This has long bee regarded atone the most dangerous arid fatal dis to which infants are subject can be cured however wheu properly treated All tbat is necessary is to giye Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil as directcdwitbeaci bottle and a arcs certain For site by Haydons drugstore IJ JustAbout Bedti1na a Little Early RUer it will curs constipation biUousnes and liver troubles DeWitta Little Early PillJlThey1111it The mucous membranes of the astomI alb liver and bowels but cure by gently arousing the secretions and giving strength to these organs Sold by 0 J Harden A New York Murderess rtThere Is one woman in New York who is either devoid of Lerves altogether or the possess i of a nervous system which ts proof against shock of any kind This Ionian is now on trial pttj Monticello for the murder of hJBr husband Accoding tothe testimony of her daughter the murderess killed her husband with as a little compunction as if she had been wringing the a chicken After gutting the body and placing it in kilchea stove t0 be reduced to1 ashes she went ltp bed and slept until morning Then she arose mixtd flour for pancak cooked the cakes oru theJSstova within which the remains pf her husband were bemg incinerated Later in tbe day she gathered up the ashes of her murdered spouse mixed them jwith corni meal anti dthe dompoundto fl iier chickens A y sheriffI who testified at the trial stated that the woman told bim in a rather iusdsor of way that she utilzpd the remains of her j unfortunate husband as food for fowls and that she expressed herself as happy that he was a This is not romance is the matter of fact evidence 1as a murder trial in a civilized community Leaving out the question oX deprayity it wO ldbi eppear that a woman who can commit a crime in this cool attd unconcerned manner ought o prove a fascinating study tolj nerve specialists as well ss to crimmologists j Very RemarKaiilB Cnre ol Diarrlioca About six year ago for the first time in my life I had a sudden and savere attack of diarrhoea says Mrs Alice Miller of Morgan Texas I and temporary relief but it came back not again and again and lor six long years I have suffered more misery and agony than I can tell It was worse titan death My husband epent bun the dreds of dollars for physicians pre serif tions and treatment without avail Finally wp moved to Bosqae MJChamberlains Colic Chblqra and Diarrhoea Remedy with a testimonial a man who had been cured by It The case was so similar to my own that I concluded to try tnc remedy The result was woudeifah I could hardly realize thAt I was yell again believe it could be so alter baying d so long but that one bottle medicine costing but a few cents tldrngstoreWeak and older people are more or less afflicted from inactivity of the kidneys With feebleness and ape the kidneys become sluggish aid do not expel the impurities from the system that nature intended they should For this purpose Gayuba is especially intended it assists nature retoring the kidneys to a healthy to aud active condition Sold by W udm Campbell The Mouth 4jlj A Missouri boy was compelled his teacher to write an essay The Mouth for some io fraction of discipline and this is what he wrote Your mouth is the front door to your face It the aperture to the cold stor ot our anatomy Some mouths look like peaches and and some look like a hole a brick wall to admit a new door or window The mouth isI the hot bed of toothache and the bunghole of oratory The mouth the crimsOn aisle to the liver is patriotisms fountain and tte tool chest for pie Without- a mouth the politician would be wanderer on the face of the earth and go down loan unlion ored grave It is the grocers j frjend the orators pride the dentists Lope It puts some men on the rostrum and some in jail It is temptations lunch counter when attached to man Brutally Tortured A case came to light hat fort persitem und unmerciful tor ture hts perhaps never been equaled Joe Golobick ol Colusa Calif writesCFor 15 year I undur d insufferable pain fiom RheurnatUm and no bing re lleved me lh ugh I thud evry thing known I came across Electric Bitters and its tbe greatest medicine on earth for that trouble A taw bottles of completely relieved and cured Justasgood for Liver and Kidney troubles and general debility Only 5jp Satisfaction guaranteed by C J Baydon druggist A Remarkable Man Mr George McClure of boxs Creek was a callerat the Stand ard office yesteiday He is one of the most substantial farmers in Nelson county and is well and favorably known Although Mr McClure Is 64 years old there are but few men in the county than he is He is a veiy inrtus trious man aud no labor has ever been too bard to perform In exIpdl Ieand 125 grain average days wok Ho has his possession a portIOn of old fashioned cradle the nib dof which is worn to a depth of half an inch where his lingers gripped it while be was att workl with it The cradle was madeI especially for Mr McClure in 1859 and was used by him season for over thirtyfive The nib spoken of is mads of ash timber Standard SFS Smooth titlzent Ir The Danville Advocate in its issue of June 17 te ls ola Imo thh individual who had been in that vicinity under the pretense of buying real estate but wjio was fraud There he gave his namo I Bowman and caimod to be Mt Pleasait Iowa He borrowed a smdli atnoant lot money and leftl an unpaid board besides getting several days free board outof unsuspecting farmers PresumJibly tne fame fellow came to Lebanon after leaving Boyle county To the Enterprise he gave the name of W Bollinger and said he was from Davenport H tffy countfc Iowa and was courjty treasurer After reading the article in the Advocate we consulted an atlas found that Dayenpdrt was in Henry county but Scott and were suspicious that Bowman and Bellinger jwere one and same individual athougb while here he did clot trv to Bor row any money and paid for his lodging and break fist at Z T the only place he stopped while in town He spent several days in the county inspecting tho farms of W P Mills and W D Fhmnagan and both Mrs Mills and Mrs Flan nagdnduring his stay fried their biggest chickens and gave him the best in tjie Jkujderj He Jefi last woelfani J bhing has smde heard from him Mr Mil en vh talked with the fellow says he is satisfied that he is daffy on the sybject of real estate Lebahon Enterprise Gdtarrh of thaXtomach When the stomach is overloaded whei food is taken iito it that fails digest it decays ant iinflames the uiembfanc cxpobic the nerves and causes the glands to ce crete mucin instead iot the natural lces of digestion j This U called Oatarrh of the Stomach For years I sufferedwith Oatarrh of the Stomach caused by ibdigestion Doctprs and tnedicides tailed to benefit me until I uscdKodol Dyspepsia Cure J VR Rhea Coppell Texas Sold by C J Haydon NiLtt Was Her Terror I would cough nearly all night long writes Mrs Chas Appegate of Alexandria Ind and could nQYIsleep I hud consumption so bad ihat if I walked a block I would cough rfrightfully and spit blood but when all other medicines failed three 100 bottles of Dr Kings New Dis covery wbollv cured mo and I pained 58 pounds Ijs abso lutely guaranteed to cure Coughs Colds Li Grippe Bronchitis and all Throat and Lung Trou bles Price 50c and 100 Trial bottles free at 0 J Haydons drugstore An Interesting Relic At the E B Russell sale off household grods last Saturday Judge Daugherty was the fortu na e purchaser of ian iuteest ing relic in the shape pf a rocking cuair Tho late Mr RuseJl was an fxpert car inot itiakcr und had a wide reputation along that line The chair spoken of was made from the wood that once constituted Y1e bar railing in Nelson counts od Cogrthouse that was demolished in 18fll and was famous all Over the country on account of the noted legal talent that oicc held forth therein Aside from bring aj most durable and comfortable resting place the rocker is of inestimable value on account of associations con nected with the material of which it is composed The Judge pi id = Dark Hair VigorrI for a great many ycars though I am past eighty years of age yet I have not a gray hair In my head Geo Yellott Towson Md dlWe mean all ithat rich color your 4hair used Into have If its gray now Inn0111atter for Ayer s Hair Vigor always re stores color to gray hair Sometimes itmakes the hair grow very heavy andl long and it stops falling ofiheilrtoosts dngihk ryS JOISeaMon I you a bottle Be sure and give the name of nearest expren office AodreM IfCoA y COn XN ninety cents for the chair but sayp he wouldnt exchange it for ninbty dollars Standard I Lost or Stolen t j from my Iiorse which was hitphed Ondnpcit1lot in Snrlngr field on County Court day in i June a nearly new saddle quilted it teat and wooden stirrups Regard for any information lead ing to its recovery JAMES HAijjy i Springfield Ky STATE OF Onto Orry OF TOLEDO LUCAS COUNTY J 8 Frank J Cheney makes oath that bo Is senior partner of the firm o ltTcOhenfy Co doing bnalness In the City ot Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay tb sum of ONE HUWDRdt DOL LARS for each and evary qaso cfCjf tarrh that cannotbo otufed by the use tof falls Catarrh Cure aFRlNKworn to before me and subscrIbed inmy presence this 6thday of December A D18SG A W GLIASOI SEAL Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is ttken inter nally and uctA directly op tbfii blood and mucpus surfaces of the eystenv Send for testimonial free P J Cheney Co Toledo O bHallsb I have practiced medicine for36 years anti have consulted lh blleading jr physicians inthie country1 in Tegara i tea remedy for Dyspepsia but have neier been able to find anything that wpu a affect a cure until F used Kodoltt Dyspepsia Cure I haye suffered with stomach trouble for years Could not e4t anything but milk toast for i months but eitce luSrd Kcdol lenn e t anvthioR aud feel that my health is bctter than it ever was jn my life I eannot say enough for Kodol for it has saved my life and I know thaffit f wIll cure any case of Dyspop ia if taken as dirested ID SettleJSL BlgHillKy IIllfndorses Sweeney reensbUrg1 Ky Juno 1003 DITOB NEWS LEADER fhhe following resoliilioncopied was unanimously adoptedt by the Republican Committee for Green I meetinginqreensburg yill yon please kindly publish snIDe in your paper Whereas the Hon W B Sweeney of Lebanon Ky Jsac candidate for reelection for- QOtnmonwelths Attorney in this tile Eleventh Judicial Dis trict of Kentucky and Whereas wo the Republican countytKy recognize him tt bejughly qualified and an abb lawyer and a fearless prbsecuto and Whereas during the trying times of 1899 and 1900 he made many sacrifices and rendered much valuable services for fair and honest elections It is therefore Resolved by this committeei that we heartily endorse his dan didacy ana ask the Republicans of this distict to give his candl dacy their unnimous suppott JM SKXGGS GhmG C R C A A TIERCE Sccyf No Pity Shown iFor eas fate was lifter me continuously writes F1 A Giilledge Verbena Ala iI had a terrible case of Piles caus iuj 24 tumors When all failed Bdiklens Arnica Salve cured 1mt Equally good for Burns am all aches and pains Only 250 at C J lluydqnt drugstore Kentucky Fair Odes jbe dates for the various lairs taro tixed as follows Ilichmond July 13 6 days Drab Orchard July 224 daysI Georgetown July 21 5 days qynthiana Jul 294 days Guthrie July 29B days Danville Aug 44 days fiadisonville Au St 44 days Lexington Aug 106 days JernvCreek Aug 184 days Eav rencebur Aug 18 A day May3vlhje L ShepherAsville Aug 48 f da s Aug4 dti- ebyiille 5 dayf 4tdardstown Kept 1Iays Ilcholasvi1lc Sept 1 BavsElizabethtownlSept 24da3 S I1QW ling Green S5 4 days entncky Stale Fair Owen I borp Spt215 days Jte 1 Qr 1J8et29 5 day Washington letterr i Reiuctantt1sha Wtb the 1RostmasterGeti rate an investigation in the bu ThiAssistantIS no b heY bat ew flLb unable to escape Ik Some very cteealedc impression or duplicating paper usedextensively by the postpffice and probably by other executive departments If appears that the kind used isapat htecttCrti iGeneral manufactured n Apr n1Ybiihejpanyj of Franklin ther appearf that Jjative 1gutf hen chairman orj the committeeon posloffices and nd post roads first broughtr the duplicating paper to the atton1 tion of the department and it was fmmediately adopted byr Ihird Assistant JRcsirnaster G cI r oral Madden Further investi nation discloses the fl1ctthai General oharles Miller presi dentrOf the company is a broth t- pr in law of Itegfesentative Jos eph Sibley of Pennsylvania and that Mr MiUa son in law of Sibley is the Companys rer sehtaUve in Washington it is alsoound th ftjinder a special provision in the Sundry Civil bill approved July 2 1902 the Public Pnnt3risitistruct6d to purchase t1 eblariksiprms pokset of this company whenever they askddforby dhe liead pi an executive djepiar ment or other government estab lishment Tfeerj have been also made many charges against the ad ainistratiOa cftbe6ffice of Sec ondAssistant iEostmaster Gen eral Shallenberger under whose supervision corned the payment of the railroads for the transport tationof the mails j Ibis claimed tbat the price charged by the railroads this year upwards of 40 00000j is bxce siye and that there is no proper method of as curtaining the weight of mail carried Under ftho present sys temh0 mails are weig1iedur ing one week at certain stated periods and the ayerageior the year computed from theseAveigh ings It is well known that it is the custom on many roads to solicit all the extra wail possible during the Weighing week and it iiVclafmdd tnat members of Con gress nontribute tothiri fraubys- ending through the mails at sudh tImes all the public dpcu ments they nff avaifable Captain Gastle auditor for the Post office Department has pn seve ral instances called the attention of Congress to the inadequacy of the present methods and to the 1Wt J possibilities of friicTvithL out avail While an hiv sti a Lion into thissubjcct nughU e7 veallrio fraud in s6 sir tfs tthe postaji ofiictalsi l arci con edito4Ic confidently believedib per Sons in position t6 know that inquiry would indicatemetfi ods whereby the gbv eInne mjgtsave AQWd eH but millionsof dollars a year O- fysgisopion o such methods woulal 11xer ithe powerful bflftence oftir railroad lobby and olntie fcpfe sentatiyes or railroad systtn ia Conltessiso that Jihereisv still doubt that the refofvvjl be utid rtalren I 11 Theexisteztcqof ravoan dais ia the admjnstranpnplitiie affairs of the IndiuVTefritory hasbeen reortotcjathidPresi deht and he its a pQnted Francis aaprpminiiit WashingtpnV lournalisijiBtqimalce it an in vesugatioa Itis alleged t tPdt the Indian agents harys tiematically padded iH ro1lVbf Iddiahs in order thaifthey irght Bbjoy the profit frpm t OjSJiriaitus rations iissued The Da eacgm missioni i which wish apppitfted IYWiand whicjh tHis almost cpmpleted its work toqfc for a baSIhur- olls as they a peareiUnih in 4 dian e NoWit appeastthuta they haediAidedtheJRtO mpre portions than tbearej diaus and tt is difficult to se how the difficulty can befreaief diedyi without dolrg the entira work pyer againMrLufpp will go to the TerritPry it pnce and will report directly ftc1np Prjesident as soon ptfesi0e4 The State Department hasjje ceiyedjadyices from H H Hanni tiairmanof the United States CommissiOn on TnbwinatipnAl Exchange 10 the euiictJ Saitije has been mOstcordia1le ved in Eondjon and IhiittKe coaamljir tslon isprogrezstngsattsftorzHy in its negotiations withjthejBrit ish Gove entMrH1Irtt reports tha the British Cpjpjnis sioneiS seem eutirelySlto the American silver cpfnage plan whic1 is the satneasthtj- ust put into operatiPn iin thia Pnillipmes rand it is deene prpbable that al tep vthe lidjuaV ment of terms an agfenjenticaax sbe tentatively reached sufijec t1f course to the approval or Jwir gress J fr iWoriin7he busiest and rnjgbstltt tie thing that ever was ma4izi Dt Eingt New lAf Pm These pills cbanheijju- tp strength litleksnLenergyf bratnfg idtosuliwnlit power Theyre wpnd rfultik building up the health 9nyc tiper box Sold by 01 Rsv4ori 1iiI vv LirN2nDZ7 L7 I GRETE8LGIthPfflGNOffERPn I tL m iN The9LoulsyilloI e lifflesijir c Published every week day price 3 for 0 months J The Weekly CourierJourna1- Sf Published every Wednesday morning regu Itar price 6 months 50c t BTH PAWS 6 MONTll t By mail and yoirhomepaper t t I x1 The Iiiel L6ad r x p m ON yEAR l FORm 4llandsotthe 2 CO1EI r all THREE PAPERS for 200WWRQmmter htt1jjThecamnaign now on in Kentucky will b Interest ing and exciting Everybody ha CaIi rei11il wait f t keep ron what is doing f Subscriptions unor this Per will b i rtoeily4 cv duringunQpJuly and August Address jprdkih4ltJ- tng t tii ctuii price 200 to 4S s TIiffEWSLRADER SPRINGFIELD KY B tK I TrTHE NDVsiLtADER WWCWKXD EVEKY THURSDAY J 1AYEAENADVANOE t l PINIEiDIKY y pi E L DAVISON Jrf r fE R T141III tuotoess BCiUces 10 cento pat ftefcMfceq ent insertion Clls em candidate and political matter UIl per lIn ii Je1t work Is done at low rates bet cnsb w tt paid oni Jellfery or Rood Ai h rtllilr efltatracU jnade on liberal armr srs anJ wolutlons of peet8 MiuI WIoUuNTI H iMwKh nttStr5QQtOtlMtsrlOVs VS iJ 4it T TAU1TAT 3uLT a nnt- d Fo Circuit Judge yiffeiathoRfed to announce the rpt ilisieor CHARGES PATTfiBOfr j jidahJa for the office of Circuit I 4jor this the Eleventh Judicial 1tIitr1its composed of the counties of duEkIJectto theDemocrati9 primary Commonwealths Attorney l fWre authorized to announce VjV KL DULIIIAMwof GruB ccnntt is a candidate for the oftot of Commonwealths Attorney Ctto the action of tbo Dome vcVatio rtyfn this the Eleventh cIgtr1cti bcIl composed of tb5 raVivhntis of Washington Marlon ayfe adGreeUat v c ipor Circuit Clerk faVleVi a a candidate fortbe office of Circuit Court Clerk of Washington county 4 VovebreCtiOLIf elected will bp asiitted a the office by Robri NoeV i For State Senatorw pe re authorized tto announce P HARRY LANCASTER Ji ofMarloti county as a candidate ior I thiiroffice of State Senator from the thV15th ntor district subject to thofRation of the Democratic party Preulact conventions May 30th 1903 For Rcresentativen We are authorized toauhpunce 4trW1ItIAMD OLAYBROOKE Iacandldate for the office i loworZ5wail1lngtoD countyfr tVis await the result of an appeal on iiis case where ho is charged i with the Goebl murder write3 a jcard in reply to Gov Beckbams r tckon him in the recent card lipubl rshed by the Cbeif Executive XV Howards card was published in f the Lexington Herald and I IIrather racy reading A rigid enforcement of Presi fdent Roosevelts order of silence has resulted in a cessation off ne xs regarding the post office scandal A neVs itm says that Postmaster General Payne looks 1improved in health sbce tho brier went into effect f eirhtyPmlriersweri t Hanni Wyoaslhe rcsu t ol an explosion and it ia believed that 28lhave perished J t1i The latest from Jackson is that rHIs qnjet The Jelt and ViIte cases come up for trial at Cyn ithiana this month t CiMftrCiiiiity Co yentlon r f In pursuance lo a call from 11 Republican State Central t Cmwittee1the Republican vot ers fV shngtortcounty a e hereby noiifiedto m etat Uourt Huuse m Springfield tbQ1 oclock in the afterridon of y 4juttend the State Conventiun to ffffirgfo at Louisville July Jj 5 aolc the purpose of nominat Jifit4tesiot St1teoffices 1i- pteited for in Ute comin g ibl1j1caJ1 votersare urged to beVpr e iSnlat the above statecl trmeand Jp1au v Signed J L WiARTON I Clun Washington Co Com J 1lrtoreJin Buy It Back bnyChaiHarrMcea Remedy and 3 Hay don drng SMe 11rdndyo yonv151ftttJyl Jlse J IpiNtaZnd the aaiyont rboelfneVer f 1I1ItiItleaLltitSTeRfl4Xdat i elj iFweysr Kidney Cfe uka iitbnrs aad bUAfcr agbt ITh e greatest nation in the world is greatest consumer coffee Lion CoffeeSsir is the standard beyerage of every state and territory of the Union Its pure thati why Atn h ita uI1a 4 paok 1Qad 4 qU HINDOO SUPERSTITIONS Hreilvv U l a Dmtn ani4 Kttyi H yIqM pqithsiMUA r14ntten tUe lybjcstt of iliudeo guiwrutltlaofl M8 Umt a utarrktl wowau a dtltl IDS tlrl11 mirror runl iii urtht wt ne grglcvteitt tanljFaftynlBO niuotig the Ht3t objects good oiueH which a Hindoo should 1ib crtothlsonlyduringa half aVdUybflt also some tIme bo tore it Some do not do nut work ring Gullkakalnni as vrcl another one hour und a half a day The cor thsposdentore advanced countries some people make Itakukalnm and Gnlikaknlum plastth bacrehich there are twentysix each or which occurs every day A partlcu dnyitsday cen In a fortnight Even sneer ing is inauspicious Instances are not re in which men are prevented trot tending their office sbamsnee la grgatmaleapproachingte be averted wtterVdi postanceappearance of a rat snake at the right hand side of a journey is consideipe most lucky A Hindoo wll never feetoa guest for the first time on Sundays Tuesdays or Thursdays these days are supposed to ahostill never administer medicines to his patient even It he is very dangerously ill for the first time on any day other th scanJald down that a Hindoo should never sleep with his bead toward the soutb e direction in which Yams thdeathand west are always preferred EmS dras Mall A CROWDED CITYLio Walk In Constantinople Is Like a Fierce Struggle To walk in Constantinople is like a shpuldlookneath ones feet Some danger or disgust is always threatening I never walked up the stw road which lends om the bridge to Pera without the tcplIng that tfWas fighting my way a hostile city A horn blows furiously and a black tuna runs up the hill clearing the way before the dash ing and struggling horses of the tram At the snnic moment a cab drives at full speed down the hill and the horses set their feet on the pavement In front of you a man balances slices of offal on a long pole across his shoulder They dangle before and behind He swings cheerfully with his burden through the crowd A Kurd stooping under a weight higher tfinn himself follows I slipInor in the gaps of the road A dog with a red wound behind his ear and a llung strip of mangy skin on his back lies asleep in the middle of the pavement You step Into the road to nvolQ the dogs and the bamals and wheels and horses are upon you You step back into the midst of the dogs and the hauials As you stand aside for a moment a beggar with a handles arm rounded into a stump and a woman jwithf the hood which she draws back be fore you appear suddenly filling what had seemed the only alley of escape The sun soaks down into the narrov street The sWll of the mud rises up iinto your nostrils mingled Xlth thos tiunknown smells which in Constantino pic seem to ooze upward out of the ground and steam outward from every door and window and pour our of every alley and rise likca cloud out of thn breath and sweat and foulness of the people Arthur Symons in Harpers 3lagazlneV Alffr Wan Wot particular lItuojAlgernon j Ibbreadj have some jam on this What ejaculated his economical mamma Jam on butter No indeed Certainly not Oh I dont care about It being on the t on ltheVTir Ncjrroe Can Dear Heat The function of a negros black skin IsBupposed to be the conversion of th suns light Into heat The heat ti generated remains In the skin anti docs tissuesDelngarmor the negro can stand an awe of heat that would be fatal to a white nun and run little or no risk of sai stroke A Lenctlir Saunas morningIswearyHe mo TVhyr I pass whole days looking at it FigaroVfigs Aainmptloa Scribbier suth a queer fellow IsheVYes Efe sent the manuscript of his newt book by express and labeled It ValuaileV VjNot Fickle Mr LakesideIs she tickleVMrs La Sane It seems not She has been married to the pnme mini three times In succession Philadelphia LedgerVWealth Is loniethlng that eaables a millionaire to stand up in meeting and say kit no disgrace to be poor Chica ocwz d e2KhS fiWj Hi OO H i5 OO w w iifiiJ i k News From The County tl I i Happenings Among the County PeopleCV5 f fii i as Reported by bur ftftftnnftftnnftnt Correspondents 4AAft ftftftrt ftft ftftft nftftftftftftnnftnft ftftftftftnftftnftft Iaru Jlillsboro Rev Hobbs of Mackville ached avery aBle and impres e sermon here Sunday even Ing to a large crowd Miss Myrtle Barnes of Rem ington Ind is visiting her cousin Miss Rena ShexvraaUer Mt Dasyoung lady and ber visit here pll probably give some of our young men the lioartaoh tThe wheat crop iIP nil harvest It has fallen fur below wnut RplIng1Thoeat daffibge tlo the cropi Mr P isMkoploiterna The base bali game began here Saturday evening We did not attend butare informed that they ha ande boys showed excellent ill iin playing Leslie Shewmafcer esented the team wijji buts ll mitt and mask Any team desiring to play the boys a game may correspond utb Leslie Shewmatcer or Thos McLvoy and they will certainly be aCt um modated with a game The Surday school here is pro essing nicely with a very large tendance Both old and yout g have taken a de p inte est in the ork and have done all in their er to trake it a success and so far it bus surpassed the cx tation of alI We will be able present a good lepoit to the County Convention which ets 55Mackviiledoubtless surpass many of tli edschools of the countyV Our hool is blessed with good music which iis looked after by Z P Lcachman who believes at the life of any school dc p JendsILeachman will deliver an ad dress before the County Conven ce en Music iu the Sunday School C W Oder has newly painted his residence which adds very much to the looks of his lv me Thos tV Sutherland has moved into his new residence near the church Mrs Sallie Baker died Mon day evening at her home from a complication of dissases thc h atadbeetlweeks and it was known that the end was gradually nopioaching but still her death came as u seiXro shock to ihe entire family Deceased was 75 years of age and had been a member of the churcn for 40 years Sbe is survived by several children to muurn her loss lltr reaains HillSborulcemolerYluesdny resurrection moenyRev W Ezta Sutterand will till his reguar appointment at Giens Creek Sunday His su bhjjject in the morning will be 11i f r AruiStrong setting up a Selfjf binder and in th uftcrnocni W iy not show the heelus + ell stheas inIinvited ttattcnhb lsieenis some better t thi wriing A sugical operation will be per f toormds LVtandi t iclc jMr Harding who hot hid the for repairing the ool ouse has completed the The house now looks workI a new me and the trus eis should be complimented for the Way and manner in which have had the work done IheyI public school will b gin the see und Monday in JulV f surJsthe State It is c ean it is truth alwaysltmatter Then fiy not subseri be tofortLisi home paper tthat tells you all about yourself and friends and keeps you posted on all the busi I ness transactions going on in tie county and especially lie I CUTS J BRUISES LO IIJC o 7cCI hpmp market If you want tto keep up witlUhe limes you moth ira this pap r fr wjthduE Iit yoqare many leagtesbehnd I isi only Sill year Then dont risk borrowing from your nelglI borhut dig right drep down in up yo 11thevison for his paper and itt will j please him and tho re dig ofj th rie8 PIoLVMQQRiS7UJ Wtf1iiu a fine rain lust Satur day which wai mihli needed Miss S B Spicer of Latoninj is visiting lipr Untie Mr hn E Stevenson of this place Misses Dessie Weekly andJ N dncy Ellis visited at Mr Dudley B arow atWoodlawn Saturday d Sunday There is talk of orgaizing a base ball team at Maud Mr Mike Tronlman will open 1 eelrlWefamily visit d at thaplin last Sunday otDet la atstThere will be a genr rat delhi cry box on Route No1 put up at Moorepville Julv 1st and I learn the postofflce will be discontinued on account of same although the postofflco is not on th taeMis Susie Pope will Vach school at Fairview Miss Kate j ty at Mouresville Miss Sallie Ross at Maud Mrs 1aCheatHam ut Brush GrovethA great many of our people have taken advantage of the offer of Ihe Times and Courier ourna si months for 1bWin MUtt n Mrs Chas Milton andMhHN1onie Carr of Mack ville are visiting Mrs W S Boblilt at BookeraMiss Josie Violett of lLebanon is visitingi her sister Mrs W H Payne at this place Jeff Cox had the inL fortune to get his arm terribly mangled in a b nder last week He gilt it caught between ihe cog wheels He is doing nicely al pesent Ed Gregory of Valley Hill was in our midst SundaytJob Cull went to Woo lawn last Sunday to see his best girl Win Buckman nipped tlree tubs of tobacco last Tuesday llardosly 8clioohpuso Owing tti the raiuy weather f cornIill is tbd pleasant guest of Mis 01 lie Barih Mrs Sarah Hays returned home Sunday after a pleasant visit witn her daughter Mrs Mattie Coleman at Botland Ms Fannie Williams sp nt dys ol last week wilh her broth r Mr Johnnie Wil liams Miss Hi Gray is visiting reli lives near Maple Hill cl1SPJ UI Hay bought a lice hui cf hogs from J M Sale at i Mark Hardin and wle of Bloom ld spet Sunday with the r scn Dan Bur in Mrs John Mcllvoy has re tturnnd homo afe several days andIIhome after a pleuSunt wish with Mrs Cora Royalty at MJOPCS villo rObIN Mr Tc Hardesfy and daugh fBurnedIafter a few fays stay with his son Charlie Hardes yat Lcuis ville IThe dreaded suspense is ovrr and the people are once more rprotici cd since the small pox 1iiMI awAv f Relieves Instantly HealsVwithout leavintrtKrly scar S SIBloodSwellingsDraws S It will do what we say or mosey refracted ale oa 100DO1rL1iI8 ur GoOD DUVOOISTnIJ i Fgrcgaleby C J Haydqn Vdtr a II PMtw t has passed away fr jujro ar midst Alber Walt wat visiting fnends lere Snndiv flMr T J Trent vJs hero on buMhessihs 1fI weerr J W Hardin and jiwife have returned from rollis 11V JlI illiThe Ingel of flVqule ly std tf a home of M William tikton railing awn their little II1HWI11Ubiit JlhNilhdIa wll sjon R C yisitoJ reiUlvcs ut Lebtiuoa last week f JMrW B Gibbaahd wiTe werefiu Nelson contlast week with friends I Miss Lillie W MondyIwas ia out tovn 1ttlSpff Louis rillc is visiting leer parents Mr tbislplHcesic coiupanied by Dr Jonpi Shaunty FiXderickstown paId a visit the home of Miss Mac Cole man jatT Danville InstSturday and Sunday Ben Mcllyoy and tfamyy of enwickF were in our town last Saturday Mr Bud Lamb r otiMirineso is visiting ivlauvejj in this stJuntyytibasince he lefi this place for his present home in the ft r wcs tie married a daughter of Mr F peianldinpae aud they both leave rdbtivcs in is and adjoining counties News has been ceceivedat this place of Otha Merrit who is now residing In lola Kan that ijIiraking from 2 to 250i a day to regardshisWashingon nd says long live tho NEWS LEADER a faithful friend of the Washington county people in the Western states placehoschoolta Harrodsburg p ssud avcijr successful examination in this county and will have charge 01 duringthcstudent and ve wish him s a lireII Misses Annie Mcllvby Sutherland and Mai tie Brown of II this place spent last Wednesday with Miss Nora C114harn utI Broolisville Fred Dorr of Springfield was Ihin our midst SundayiyM 431IS I 16 ShowmalcT and fji inily John Sharp and wife and Green Warner and wife of WhitIJaIl p ssjd through our lownI st yatorJnyenroute to TathamIsSprings to spenJ the dayn aKentMnrgarCtChealtmm Sundayithwick n aDais Noel paid a visit 16 fnondti at Miarpsx i e last dayVV urI Tlevi J A SiID3WiiJ fill h s burulncGartwrfjiliis Ciibck 1rlhFatlpJatlpIhe bMrboug t dB nODatiel one milch cow at th1VialMissesJohn scn and Jennie Osbourrto of neariK Lebunbo raPhHMrs Ken nerteitancdIMondllyl Wil those present were Meiqrn JR Smith Burt Muttihgiy an1to fegin11Mira SmSih Mrs1 Mary Belo en spent last week wilh JirricoII Edith sand Challfo WIltt t oficcFrederickstown gnntJUsODtanohasbccn ba Surdayr fnft w Place tt Si Rcse Tuusdiy n big at oclock mornttit 01MisJetsh4Ciarionh riIjiOt l1cqStnith Montla QFonzie MrsAlbert bl hflfi bcouniy where tbeywprcs1Li l i ri DIyTakLaXSeve be sad Ipst 12bs 1hi I3gta 4l jjruJj IiI44Iil vi Vi VVV aliili ww6i til I The Farifierse Supplyy Hoilso = i OF l 1 I THOMPSON ft GREEN Th7sIf T A 11Is the place to go with yom pvoductf f thit to- get11t yortr Supply of J FIELD SEEDS 4 fOf all kinds Agents for OLD B1CKOEY Wd 1iStaSd f3 for the Belebrated v V b iI II ELL WOOD STEEL t atIWIRE pfeNOES 4 SOnr line of buggies for the Spring Tiade is beg Ju1ng to arrive and is more elaborate than 4fiTer 1 AL in any Quantity at Lowest Prices a = 1 THOMPSON GREEN If SPRING FIELD KY fj i O HO O ri U fJtm 0 A Bad Breath A bad breath means a bad omach a bad digestion n d liver Ayers Pills are liver pills They cure conIstipatiorv biliousness dys psia J25cdrugtitspWant JOur inuiutatke or beard a bcantllul lrnwu or rich bUckT Tlirn BUCKINGHAMS DYEfeert c COH= to the bcflside of thtir sister- sMr Georgio Riney who is dangerously ill Albert Smith and wife were visiting at Watt OBryaus Sun dny Miss May Smith spent tthe first of the vucli witli Miss Dissio HillJ A jert Smth bought of TomiSimms a horse at 10750t WANMED- We would lilfe to ask through r ifIthe cure of Indigestion Dyspep ia oed TJer Tioubles that ha out been cured and we as mean thetlJ6Ultssucb as sou 3toaachs ftrraeulation of food u cosiivcncss nervous epsia headache despon dent feelings sleeplesuess it Tact any trouble connected with Ie stomach or liver TlrmeJicioe has br en sold for mans ears in all civilized countries d we wbbi to correspond vffc jjou aud send you OJH of GUI books fre of cos If you never treJ August Piowef jy a 23 cent bottle ftrirWe have never known of its failing Hso 3On itliiog more serims is tlit uattnr witn you The ilj cm sz hits jjst be n tiitroduc ih s vmar Re ulurs ze 75 redt M all dr4zgist G G Grten To duy lI J Or Havdo llis FDGDdalioa Oi tmaitu h NoujMime tit thi l hIalth life strength K psia Cure iivjLh one treat medicine at tenable tue stomach and digestive gais tn digest assimilate and ausform all food into the kind ood that nourishCh the nerves andC c eda the tissues Kotol lays The foundation for health flet disodcrs of the tomach and di gestiye organs are cured by thc use of dol Sold by C JIIaydon 1I1I thTinnm tluit lirtakfnst the real Cause of omorenrcountcd tormorningThe sjlivetontlnno nbroad were the mrlotu tam nHiesotestlaw yonr brotberInIuw and hisawife your slstcrinbiw and ber bus ud contemplated over n dish of jwouldjto yesuiued once lucre tI hnitInu yin Vgeorclutionsltilaw with resignation rnl perhaps urea the semblance of- llrccintlonA CountesS on English p ustoran TIic Touch of VKfPhlitPyClaHcc n 1rt1oesi 1oeS Clareiige loXcr Ob because be makes na ten tool ci himself us nil other men are atde of themselves Petro- flrePi 1 rff it AoFew F of5FLongfellow qpu i take a worthless sheet of paper write a poem on it and make It T worth 5000 ThatS Qizius P Morgan can writer a few words on a iece of paperindmakeitV wprthtiooojopo That O pita A mechanic can take a pound of iteell and work it into watch springs and mike it worth 8oo5 ThatstSkilJ We can write a cheek for 1000000 and it v would not be worth a dime ThaVsTpUgh Your wife can buy a cloak worth lo but prefers one that costs 50 Thats Jit Ural There may be merchants who wilt tell you 4 i OiJ that they have better stock than we have jjt k ThatslQallet V T We have a fcopcf stock or ail kinds of tuilc ingi material that we are willing to exchange Vablet f pdffgfjeJd Lumber Qo 1 Goed 1ea1U1De UteatcilAdrtce irlihoat JMT N tiorsIc Hayd onjs Drug Store Stleier Oo iuicc A very convenient mucilage cqtf be ujaclc out of onion jilce bjr jiy one who wishes to use It A d sized Spitnali onion after bcncr JoilcU a it tlaicnvlllylcld belt pressed qUo lurgti quantity of ve imIlmeslvn- uid Ttt Is USChflultec ensvclyIn various trades for pastlnr on toJ tin or zinc or cvtfn glas and Urn nacity with which itlieJa xvouhl toj prise any one on murk jglbo Jlrst at It the cb Ripest ord best m ucilage fur such nijuoses and swersjust as weU at many of fbo more costly and patent cements Some of e cements sold street fnklrs at 10 cents n bottle consist ot nothing but nion juice anti vntyk and the bottle nti Ork cost a great Ucal auoro than contents Ii IAI I honor Derrick fur his stiynsfb of One nlshl when 1loyd nil her poor author was wandering nbont the streets be found Derrick sleep upon n bulk Upon being sudr euly nwnkpned Derrick started up My dear ioyd sold be ul nu sorry see you In this destitute state Will ou go hqnie with uie to iliy iIbdRJnssy nd they turned in on the bulk tber like the good f llowstbeywereQf Vby Harry LHtla Harrys oldest slsterbas Jwrt resented her husband with a new baby Well TlnrrjV snhV lila fntbur droa fpel proud of bcingan unvlel1 urctln WhrnoU naked his father Cause I aint ao uncle Imnn annt Tba new babys a clrll JJcvr York reM Vt A Qa4I hie i JJ paper tempt icroftd UUcte MftHli abiasr So Twudr tkte ywrvrta aiysutbsQidow4etacIeM Sr- t louis cii Ilisidl awl WM SWMt Mile uG6nc ThMSw- It lets UM d Mtlre eut tmt We ip iiat W r sat Dont Hflgtect TMT JMttUkifX 1M NI41SaM ter Oet GttorM 4IkweJsM WJM i Mt asd take It aeeot 1eIM Se b1 at yoor fe jrUto 1C jwt csasit f t v a postal inuvtot iri wilt mtUr rm Our coat Trtl We ERILKEDOMPANY- ut L by ortpUtt1Ull SPRING d903 Bine Grass i I NueruF- ruita rd Orparnenfr al trees rap vine j small fruits a par asus evrythingfotI and garden IStrawJetiyana 4 re VQfl questVHF HILLEHMEKRMOf 2 L xItKJa DeWittnWItt MVVWVbuv DWmta waa4 4 DeWMS itlsssbs- WiteMBazelA it1dtil lW1tt l PtI Mta CitrelMa Tr w SALVE ir lRvAirV l ITi PT all1 J BURTON Dt PIT I3TJT ittr1IEXtlACTEDrr Btoek top stairs P2INGFJtLD XT AH Ptntml Wdrjc Strictly FiratclMi1 a JOft dL 1H LAMPTON tOFFIOEOtitn MeWNJ DiSS JlSSIOGL ru II riUCJr fthlhtbr life Hkfi oerl 1pI9Dt1JO 1t okQlclhulilra 12 ltSiotj J Ju WFGB1GSBY AtTORNEY At LAW Oc ever FEOpIci sank IIPJUNQFJXLDJry WOUKIHQ WITHOUT SYSTE- Mxiikf Ctla Cameca trMI J l AR Wbo doei t haljj AbittlM a fBbject be Is one 1U11tTbls ffiwsp aclpowerot Uie wInd and keeps JlTclear for concentration upon the tklng under couRlderatiou Nothing can be accomplished wltb halt a mInd you nitconcentrate or focus all your d the tWn nrcdoln 11I1sthe acre are half settled In your mind cMtjtaBally obtruding themselves for ewBtiWoratloB and hindering the ilMVicbt df present problems cVheHmettle it Jk not look at Itlu1 It jlewn then look at something else and jlay that dowa also but settle things asnao along ft Is a thousand times better to make an occasional mistake r Akzti never to settle anything but be always bahindug ireigblng and con t cldcrlng many things nta timeII It Is vigorous thought which counts A tnbjbct which Js hnndl JBOto apeak with the tips of the mental tin 1fer never amounts to anything You must seize and grasp with nfl your might the thing yoq are attpuipllng anti do It trith vigor and enthusiasm If you wish to bear ihfr stamp of su pcrlorfty when completed Another defect hi your work which arises from te faulU I have mentioned Is failure t to complete tilings Your work ben- rathemproaf Iheomplcteriess an5L t wsalnys to lack SoinethInaIf ydu could overcome these defects you might be csstulforrou really joses8 great ability but lack deflnljte ness Evidently your mind has not been trained to exactitude There bas been carelessness In your education Boajewhere It may be partly the fault of your teachers or your parents la not calling your attentiou In early life to these defldencles If this had bee done the task of correction would hfire been easier than It is now but the favlts aiay still be overcome If proper diligence be used l hope for year ewa sake that TQP will set about Jt with delersabuitlon Fucccss PICKINGS FROM FICTIGNt Hve toei mighty few abrs for a per Iu ournkiLovey Mary Oae caa9lbchappyunUlhe b- niIIlcara hb1fandfurtbat one must sufer Womcuklnd If we coaldjpnly take chloroform for 4ttcult tasks nd wake to find them 4 eIIU Daughter FIrat tTbcreg ao hope this side of the grave i for the mai who knoxra it all On the tter side the devil doesnt want him the lArd Wont have him Adam e ff ui see the rosary t f life only at separate beads not touching the dl t l8Btralnlnthrenc1aadatttakim1T Meta and Rust Ow thoughts out opinions are liar spf tes en thfTree tbey must take tine te Tipen and when they are ripe siow e tljrthcy fall A mere nudge bungs ttemdown Literary Values i Tkeealy gkosts I believe who creep la this world are dead young moth fa returned to see how their children tare SJtere is no other Inducement eat enough to bring the departed backTbe Little WhiteBir- dAIfWANTMAGICIAN Xisait atSke i1it Vr ComyommA m BMIcmll C cer Asa child of tlir1eWoifg ug Mo carts wonderful playing on the harp slchord was the talk of Salzburg and a year later his compositions were be fiij played in public by his father He 1WU only four years old whcu be rom pp3ed a concerto difficult llteTCu hIS father one qf the most skilled vio linists In Germany could not play It Of course said the Infanti magician afroae can be expected to play It with But diligent practice A year later when Wolfgang was only rive years Old be was Invited to give a recital In tbQhaUotthe university when the tuaglc of his tiny fingers worked his 4 auditors oa pitch of the wildest en i thusiasm 4At six he made a tour Germany and became the Idol of the courts the omprcis herself taking him on her knees and hugging him iu nri ecstasy Or admiration while Francis I em rae1KJhlD1 and called hint my Uttle wagtclsH Shortly after be had pass Hi JUs eigbihj birthday Mozart Wits riectrifyiag England was being petted mad caresml by George HL and hla Vieta atkl Was pnbllshlng sonatas a sriB9iM y aad SA aataea which treat H a fanre aatoag iausic lovers froz 1t ead ef tltf coaatry te the other i lltreNltleail j1 SCQTTS OIOLSWN i aJDoi kKMdaO pfcuticaJty foe perfect mittitlo- AMyat is the JMitter oreMr 59IO lRc MY aU n tB to dtc tiMuet ctjiecktly to ito MTWH iu actkii iltMt atdice- be hue ipkconTf 1i sflMhs y t I TOWN7 HH Hfi fiHdrifit fini Local Happenings of 1 tele8ti The Freshest and Latests Iii A1JutYrs1T Friends rt Ml Acquaintances MHMM Orchard grass sacks at Robert son Bros Try Gold Mudalxilour for sale kv l c VHagao Fancy groceries of all kinds for sale by a W HaganV Thy your fruit jarsj ami your ugar from Joseph A Shader If you wiint A good fiiIT stovo McElroy ft fJ ullbavfldthePof Goiiirr yew iUraJ Uuy now fur Ity ta 84hj tu tb1hflure TVJ JJl1c waief not milk diluted served with shaved ice at Joseph A Shaders Nice fat hens eggs and choice frying chickens always on hand at PuhryHous A new supply of bats bans masks mite and gloves very low at Jcseph A Shade rs Country bacon of 4ll kindI wanted Cash if preferred IIC W Hagan Frnit jar season is here Now ont forget that 0 W Hagan as a large stock for sale cheap WANTED Country bacon hams at best market price for ash or goods also chickens eggs and butter Joseph A Sha erLOSTOn day of St Catherine Commencement a black silk um brella with initials M H on ancJe Reward if returnnd to Will Leachman Springfield Ky The Washington ccunty Sun day schools will meet in annual convention Mackvile on July 18tbet An attractive program has been arranged FiCim now on I will sell ready to wears and trimmed hats at nd below cost A nice selec iipp on baLd Come in Mrs Kate Williams Keep cool Keep cool If you cant keep cool go to McElroy ShultzgetaBcfrigerator Water Cooler and Ice Cream Freezer We have the best Dont sweat overhot suds this hot weather use PearlinAm mbnia washing fluid rind cold with better results Just give itono tria Full direction en cvcjy bottle There wilt be two games of base ball here on the Fourth One in the morning with Bloomfield and the other in the alter neon against Wakefield FOR SLBay horse 7 years olrDecialJy safe for a lady or freertraveler IIthis lofl Johnsons Chapel Saturday July 4 at 7i45 pm The best tale t makes the program The music will be in charge of Prot Wm Baxter IcluntyER man the oher day a silver U S halfdollar coined in 1806 The coin is in excellent condi tion and iis doubtless worth a premium over its face value W Q Grigsby wil give an en tertainmeut on his talking ma chine Saturday night July 4 at Mt Zion church for benefit of church Admission 20c child ren nnder 15 years tOe Enter taiumcnt begins at 7 oclock By order of Mt Zion Church The SemiAnnual statement of the Peoples Vepsit Bank gourd i another Column of this paper shows this institution has bad another yery profitable six months After paving all ex penses and taxes to date paiato credit of stockholders dividend 4 per cent and added 2 rer cent to surplus account from part six months earnings The children 8 day exorclsfts at Johnsons Chapel 8uiday were largely attended There citations and songs were well received The opening address was made by Superintendents E Dftvison which was followed by Mis Anna C Gbwdy and Mr CH Platle The exercises vert concluded with tim rainbow ml ng proces tonal which ev c TQPIGSJiI l I IdtiJ1cedC Weed n A M The organ asIpresided at by Prof Win Barter of Shelby viltu The First Nationall Bank of this place whose statement npi pfars elsewhere in this issue IshowsThe gross earnings of over seven bujjand dgjlar is iho best Ity imfrcvtrbud under Its pwcnt cttpHali Alter paying nil es t IJun tl 41rultHb lvi vII ILUtV1 t fur ihtfyjgari pnyn R Olvtdunrf ut four per cenkto the tocltholdetnl l and carries 8 per cent to the surt plusIRev S JgCanqun pastor of thq Baptist church of this plac will be married on Juy 9th to Miss Laura BrinUy of L ulsy ville Ths parsonage iis b ing j newly furnished and fitted out for the reception of the bride and groom who will come here soon a after the wedding to their future home Pde bride tobe is a daughter of the member of the I well known firm of the Brinley i Hardy Manufacturing Co and is said to be a most charming young llady There will be a baJloon ascen sion Saturday afternoon at 4 oclock by the Sunday School of t Johnson Chapel Two elephant and three straight ballons makes the number of the ascension Prizes The boy or girl who will j find and return the order to the following farms will receive thev reward John C bhader grocer j one pound candy Cunningham Duncan Dry Goods cap for boy or girl Kate Adams grocery ono dozen balls pop corn Wood Campbell Drugs one dozen cakes of gum NEWS LEADER 6g iwilli The entertainment given at the t Christian church on last Tues day evening attracted a large t Crowd and everyone was bight pleased with the excellence of j the entertainment Miss Bar bee who as a reader and charac ter iimpersonator has lew equals was at her best and kepI the audience in ag od humor throughout with her funny stories and sketches A pleas ine feature of the entertainment ItEdithIt Rubels playing was a revelation to many in the audience who t had never real ed bef re what wonderful music could be brought from a violin Miss Rubel certain y has a wonderful i talent which shows the effects I of high cultivation The sing It me of Miss Laura McCnord was also a feature of the program andelicited many expressions of admiration The Quartette of Misses Bessie und ICJmposd and Messrs Tom Hardesty und F B Noe sang several selections which were l admirably done and were veIIo received t Died At Birmingham The remains of Mrs Daisy dBellEdelen wlo died iu Birininghutn last Friday from the effects uf 11I surgical operation fur appenduii LtS itWere brougt to ibis plrceI for burial l last Monday Mrff Edolen who is a native of this county has been a resident ofIBirmingham for several yearso About nine years ago ho was a married to Miss Daisy Bell Rod gers whose hone was then inI Nashville Tenn Mrs Edelen was a woman of many fine transtt of character and had many friends here where sic badfc quently come with her husbands to visit She leaves besides her husband a littledl1l gl1t r live years to mourn her dt otII Moudaymorphg church POP Sale About 2 oclock McCbord Robertson will offer for sale to the highest bidder at Court House door Saturday July 18th their warehouse j also four shares stock of Washington County 7Fair CoC UpIOn county court day in May strayed to my place on Perry ivU like three hogs weighing about 125 pouLds Owner can get same lby paying rfted and this adriteneit IJ KNOr L II H li OFPICflIcEnAr OROII Permanently located r SPBINGFIELD KY l roERSONAt Mr Ots McKee of Bloomfield rwas here Tuesday Mr Walter Rubel of L banoh was in town Tuesday George Colvin is in Bardstown this week on legal business Mr John F Simros was in Bardstuwp on busfness Tucsdny Misses Kale Cain and Laura McChord werein Lebanon Mpn day Hubert II Citato ooVo iits itt horns t lv n jty dnyS boiwcsn tlIpd Benedict Balrer of Shining ham Ala was here the first of the weekI Miss Willie Mayes who has been in Louisville f r several months came home Tuesday Miss Lillie uambon of Louis ule is visiting tOte MISSPS Nunan of this place N iss Lottt St ott of Danville s charming young visitor to Miss i Gadoerry of this place Miss Clara Hurt and Addie Jg don of Louisville are yisitii ing relatives here this weeklMr Grig Edelen and wife of ItuIJ Ben Edelen Mrs W M Dtirretb enter tained at diunjpitl Tuesday in honor of her visitor Miss Sarah Davis of Bardstown MUs Lizzie Waters left Tues day for Cincinnati where she will take a pourse in the Cunser of Music to further fit herself as a teacher of music A large party of little folks chaperoned by Mr and Mrs Byron Jroake spent the day Tuesday thhing and having a eneral good time on Beech ork neat Fiederickstown Dr J F Rinehart and family fter a visit to relatives and friends here lett yesterday for their home at Oakland Cal They were accoropaned back by Miss Raj bourne younger sister I of Mrs Rmebart Mr John Rubel and wife Mes dames Owen Thomas and A Adams Mis May Kirk and Mr Dan Tnoma of Lebanon came over Tuesday night to attend the entertainment at the Chris ian church Will T Leachman roturneJ Sunday from a weeks visit ut the homo of Mr and Mrs Sher rard Hundley at Stanford Windy says that he had tin time of his life and is enthusiastic in his praise of thi Stanfod po pie and their upon hearted h sp talry Hon J JIm Lewis rnturned Monday from a visit to his mother at Greensburg M rLewis says thai the people of Green county are feeling jubilant over tle recnt decision of the Court off Appeals in tho old railroad bond case and tat real estate is n a boom and business has takon on LOW life throughout the county Mr J W Vlansfield left Tuns ayUI Bahim ro and othef point Eisll Upon hisretum to Kentucky with headquarters at Louisville he will enter upon his duties in connection with the largest iron industry of the South thus realizing a dream he has long had in contemplation t has been intimated that a pair f bright blue eyes boongii g to little Maryland maiden haej bpen giving our friend much cn cern of late and if this be Iruet it is our hopethat the has struck the iron while it is hot in his social as well as i is business venture However we are as ured that ho does not contem plate acy rashness on this visit Mr Martin Simpson Dead Mr Martin Simpson aged 83 yeirsdicd at his home about two miles from Springfield Tuesday from ills incident to old age 1 lie deceased was an honorable and upright citizen aud came qf an old family that came to this covnty from Maryland years ago Mr Simpson was born and reared in this county and had been a hardworking man all of his life and by his thrift and industry had succeeded in accu rUulating a comfortable fortune In hisjeariy life he was Overseer and Manager of St Catherines farmandlater on becameowner of one of the most productive farms j in the St Rose neighborhood whicli he has tilled and rented m I il ilIWiidj wi160a- 11U18c i I t u IS fPER POUND fur White and Colored sj Carpet Chain of the Best Brands This pripe only for 3 FRIDAY d SATURDAY o1 THlSjVVEEK s L Fiist ieiveda lot of Mens Wool 5j 8- Jr Ciaslt Suits the atest thing lor g ISummerWearII f I Boy and Childrens Suite gt 11- i REDUQEPJPR1CES Just Received sorne new things iniiS Young Mens Hats and Shirts s 1 ROBERTSON BROS Springfield Ky I OIDfJ fO 03 rvt Of Of IOf and from which he has derived a good income Mr Simpscms only living child is a sister of the order of St Oathri1 es of Sienra and is at present llocated in an institution at Matt n III Ie is also survived by his aged wire Mr Simpsons death is received with regret especially among his immediate neighbors with whom be was held in held in high estem The funeral iwii take place this morning at St Rose Statement OP TUB FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SPRINGFIELD KY At close of business June 30 1903 EUSC CJa Loans and Discounts e9320369 Overdrafts 4443 06 thinking house furniture and fixtures550000-U S buds to secure cir culation 5000000 Merchandise 623160 Due from banks 21383 03 Cabhon hand 14 t3 13 30346 16I rotal e3007 441 LiIZITI= Capital stock paid in 8 50I000O Circulation OOQf Kund to pay Taxe n1iSOSurplus tfund lti500OJ Undivided Profit li23 8J Individual Deposit li2iilJ8S Duetobanks iU2161 Fund to repair building 815ji Total eSOO72441 Gross earning for part- 0 profitsbrought months tI1632J38 i7300 oletl of ad follows Dividend No 63 4 per rjcent 200C 00IExpenses Added cent td surplus Siler181J67I All taxes for 1903 1U02s0ILeaving hal of undivid ed profits 172383S67300 A C McElror Cashier CASTORIAiI For Infants and Children fftiKy You Han Always Bought Bears tho- 61anatJo of IPUBLIC SALE II will sell to the highest and best bidder at my farm on the Beech Fork Riyr t mile from Croako Station oil 190pItheimplements One 4 yr old black harness mar 5 yr old sorrel harness and saddle mare three yr old bay mare I two yr old sorrel lilly seven yr oU sorrel harness and saddle gelaing 1 tiveyrold saddle and harness gelding I six yrold bay geldinr three yr old harness gelding 1 seven yr oil urge brood and work mare 1 mi re and colt 1 one yr tAd horse colt 1 piiir four yr old work mules 0 two yr olJ work mules 2 one yr eld mre mules 13 ui e two yrold steer 4 nice one yr old steer 01 e thoroughbr d sijorthorn bull 1 yr old a milch dow and calves 7 sos and 44 pigs 17 thorough bred sheep 1 thoroughbred buck farming implements etc Sale bcging promptly at 10 oclock Rn Terms ipode known on day of sale Eddleman Brid well auctioneer Dinner on the grounds BfoRRURUME IJo man or woman tn the state will hesitate to speak well of Chamber tains Stomach and Llyer Tablets after once trying them They alwaya produce aplcaaanti movement of the bowels Impfove the appetite and strengthen the digestion For Bale bj HayJonB drugstore O m voit T AZerath JhU Iplt 5e 3tt i Ii QUARTERLY REPORT OF TIlE CONDITION OF PEOPLES DEPOSIT BANK SPRlNGFfEi1 KY At close of Business June 30 1903 Loans and Discounts180285 40 Overdrafts secured IV 301775 Overdrafts unsecurednoneDue from National banks S 6857 88 DQe from State bonkshankera 13407 11 TrustCompanies 0 20064 99 Banking House and Lot 5000 00 000IOther Stocks and bonds 000 Specie 540021 cur nny 479000 10106 21 Exchange for Hearings 00 Othior Items carried as ccsa 00 Furniture and Fixtures 00 Fupd to pty Taxes 00 Current Expenses last quarter 2603 06 Total 231664 41 Capital Stock paid in in fasti 53000 00 PUl1dlvidDue Depositors as follows Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paid ei6022706 cLeekII 0 i notiTie cortiflcates of deposit on which interest is paid 1899149169218 C5 Saving deposits on which Is paid 0 Certified checks 0 Due National banks 0 Due State banks bankers J Due Trust Companies 0 Cashiers Checks outstanding 0 Bills rediscounted Unpaid dividends 0 Taxes due and unpaid 0 Capital stock not paid 0 Total 234664 41 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of spy stockholder person company or firm including in the liability of the company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof directly or indirectly if such indebtedness ex c c 1s 20 per cent of capital stock ac t aliy paid in und actual amount surplus of the bankh None now in indebtedness stated in above hem I secured None Highest amount ol indebtednsss of any director or officer it amount ol uch indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paidup capital stock of bank No How is same secured None Does amount of indebtedness of any person company or firm including in the liability or the company or firm f he liability of the individual memLern paiduJicnpitaljlf iO state amount of indebtedue a Ami tint of lust dividend 2000 Were all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before de iclaring dvidend and was net leai banktorcarried to the surplus Lied before said dividend was declared Give decription location value and how long all real estate ex fccpt banking house and lot if any Owned longer than five years Notir- Btato lt of lKentucky Kt Connty of WoMhingtoii J L PeopleIposita Bank located and doing business oh SpringfieldIsaysthati respects true statement of tic con ditidn 6t said Bank at the close of business on the 30th day of Jum 1903 to the best Qf his knowledge and belief and further says that the busl transactedIwhere and that the above report is made in compliance with an official notice received from time Secretsey of State li iininincr the 50th day of June lJt3 as the day on which and shall be made CllshlcrIsubscrib i b o July 10J3 A c MCELROY N P Washinxton County Ky Commission expires January 14 1904 Q D ROBERTSON 1 GL HAYDON I irectpr I HtRMANP J IFor burns and scalds Dr Classc German Penetrating Liniment Is Bint jlpiy wonderful When applied it appllcation Is cold as Ice and rclio8 kthe pain in a few minulek Sold bI Woocl8cCampbel1Ii iiKdol UypSiIa eWa- R w yitc 1 FILL YOUR SPRO LARDER I J lF t f M YES CORNJR OROOERY I TbMstho efitlwaytObEtteotfgtthirsft 2f2 jfthe Ibest of ev rlthJnAI rQipt1y e1tv ewa it moRpy gavinu prlsss 1 11ieati VrclG ble 11I1Q b9tCfa Qidtl- JE1 ifg1 1 t DAA CS Jn = fIYs J PH Ne 57 t f r 7 ijJUNE 1 1dUtYl GLEMfiNGE SJfLE I We are overstocked 1IHIi Light Dress oods Mrcer gjized Oxfords Huslins Swis ft sese For the next thirty = days we willftniike sweeping reductions in prices of our S entire Spring and Summer tS Stock Pretty Sheen Lawns at 5 7 and TOe I Mercerized Oxfords 0 2fj and 35c 3fo I Printed Batiste 10 12 12 and 15c Printed Dimities Batistes and swis 7 12 IOand IiLc se8IIffl Black Hindoo MuUsIOto 20c g Fine Imported Oxford WaisitJhgs 35S r ft to75c 0 ft Embroidered Oxfords and Silk Ging IGreatlyI lttSpecial prices on Ladies Misses t Childrens Slippers udItco n Ladies Vests at 5 10 15 and 25c i JJ Ladies Stock Collars 25 and 5Cc = Ladies fine Lace Stripe Hose 25c f Ladies Silk and Lisle Gloves and w Mens Lisle and Balbriggin Mens white and colored Negligee MittsI E Mens Full Dress White Shirts KM ens Suspenders arid BeltsI l CLOTHING 1We are overstoicedinCIothing andqt in order to reduce our stock we are fi offering our entirestock ofMens VvJ Youths and ChiidrensSuitsand Mens Wv J Coats and Pants and Copts andlestsa at lower prices than ever made irrthisi cc market Call and get prices I WALL PAPER AND GARPETS We have some especially good things in Carpets Wall laeran4 Lace iCurtains that we are offering very loW i Examine them they will interest you We cordially invite you to visit our Store and you can1 feel assured we Ifcan save you money f Yours ITery Reipectf- ullyCunningtein Jt I Siuttcai =rt h f S tJ JOHN S MoELROY l 6NRA IINSURANC IiFire7 Lifef ndcrnaIOFFICE OVER t t t w 2 o ijl During myahsepcesfre nr bttice WGgsly- or George I ekirk will attend to anybuiintis forrne I AyersMalaria and Agie Cure 8tItricts A neverfailing remedy IQC aii malariattliseases 85SS r its i F 7wn w J w r I j DWNQUNT LISTi 4 A copy of thethquent Listre1urned1bySron Sheriff oL WashlngtoC0Uflt3 forthejeaiCCreake 1IcE91chsT N 1bcku Jaxies B 1Jniolvent oo Tbos 5T 1 InsoIvit 3ad MarEon jJ 4 Cwrran M J 1Ded 21e1as IfunfPieldsRicbardPj Notot th c uddAIex 1 Insolventfe Zontgoery Henry 1 Iitohntfu- dd Nick j 1 Insolvent yV TaIIy Ray ji f In lvcKt Mp SaIding Horace f Insoivent SBithiFrank 1 Insolvent Snodeuae 1 Insolvent Taylor James 1 Left Coupty Warren James 1 Insolvent Wa1ls Axthur L 1 Xusok nt VaIIfLtf 1 ovet YatesWFjt Ingolyent MOORESVJLLE4 rownW DLL 1 Insolvent k Benedict JA 1 Insolvent objett WniX 4 1 Tnsolyjent GQulter George i 1 Insolvent Cheatbam Ploydj 1 TndIit 1j Chesefj LemE jjLIi Cheatham 13enc4 I 1nsoJvent Goatley X1 1 Dead Gribbin Huston 1 1nso1vn Green Frank 1 Insolvent8 4 1 la ojv nfe rGreen Pius 1 Insolvent ll3lafy Left cdiiy Hardlu Iasom Vl insolvent lBgramWm i Insolvent Ingram Janiefl 1 Insplvenib Moatgomery James 1 Insolvent 8hndr Mrs Emma Not found j Trent awrence 1 Insolvent jr 1 Insolventy akIey TnoClu4 WllaonKGeorfel 1 insolvent Vba1euJohnL1S Insolvent WflonMitL 1 InsoHetit Y cum Wnj HL 1 Insolverft e eA DRABT HORSES DEBUT j 4i How lh BCllotieer Intrqaaccd Him thdCtr fl7rijjow ClitttftaiUf a heavy draft borplundeubia debjiit In Xtw York city Jj s ioft tbJvSc cli Ford Itt Iloraoa NUwg otufo lie 1d5been the boat ot Ivfcokulj courier for u whole ywr 1j Weil iliovr eiii what we can don IthbstpeJvHiinKtcf bjulisaJd as lUcf fain W silver white tail carefully Coii oirja redfliinnylAVa3 led aboard P hilt cars tcir41dpabt cast Uhey are not unused to ton weight Worses In the neighborhood 6C the lulls Head vhcre ythe great pales aieiire tIIvhen ChIeft1ii wits bug1it out his line darkled coat shin sunlightSt l In traw irliis rer night 4 rLvig belthi tini there as a KrcntcniuiugQT nivu unions t1q1biiyeritbeavy drafls- Icntleuicu tie red faced auc ilonecr had shouted herc3 a hesterr F onV of tile kind you read about Tylde nafiJwagqu with a lejr on each corner ThpreS a ton of him n wliole ton y1oiltrt Idu ni Cd Why hes- agood us tioney in the bank- That bad been Chieftains iutrcduc tlon to the bictrcpolla TZicSbrunlli jttmflltary correspondent gives a nood description j6f the Somali who asS I ahtlng man IStnot llrst class though 4 b fond of drill and proud of his tltSfornL BHtfcV a by nature decided ty glTeuiIuate his toilet Js n constant sojfrce of auxloty p himself and the JISSSSp1lJs he will take to qurl his crisp Mack hair by the application of van- ouSinubstancps to Ills head Is Ihcrcdi bier He la fond of Onery of luxurious nnd lndolt nt hnblts and keeps up an Jtjcesxant Ore of chatter lie Is grasp IiilS andr In the fljatter of food Is jrruudyfTJmIdvln the prescnco of the Kuropcan he Is easily excited and iinjqkly loses his head Dancing is one bf hja chief pastIme nccompatjled by tIu3ioud Inpp1ng of hands nail a coil thjupus and mmiptopous wail vhlch nn doubt docs duty for a song Somali b1voen never daliee and scarcely even- smile itheyi ire completely cowed by L tliolineh wfio treat them in most cases unlllndly if not actually cruelly The r SomaliIs most punctilious in the per fOnuancc of his rellglofts rites but he Jl Sms ypocrltlcal to a degree London I J JifrslolinVnrnlzb IJl Tlolln dealer was talking about bej iseryittbeo1d vkIiu amIshCS- Thve wonderful tone Of the old rio 71mg he said depended on the var nlsfia great deal The secret has been losEgWe dont know today how the old rarnlshes were made Charlesi eiv1iQ went Into this subject I de plyr claimed that oil with gum in Segnian color evaporated In spirit weWthe bases of the bestTarnlsh 3ut 4thetrbe was rlghtor rong 1s J vlnlln connUta nf nooneS HftCCMIF for you to enjoy PMT vauWLby the bappinesa of I ZBot rhood says the doctor Some F times he qualifies the statement and ttyfi Impossible without an opera tioa Yet both these impossibles i liave been niacin possibles by the usa o1rPxerces favorite Pre eriptiptu Many times the liinarinces to mother too iare to be fOund faij tt vroutaaly diseases on wealcnesses which t 55s5re5perccriy and I permanently curedtbyPaSt So te irtf sc onFeatTIeat citie k for ir regiijarity If and dries rrdebilitating drains It heaU I Sinflammation and I ulceration and cures female weak ness It makes weak women strong and sick women well f Jl tamindredsof other aa to the value of Dr Plerce imedicines 55writes Mrs Ida ILDe Ford of Latona Uubbard CovMtnn Have doctored with a great a-nphyklansoe specialists have twice been la a ho piUI for treatment ily case has been reearOed M a hopeles one and they knew act what the trouble yi Heart was bad r toraacU all put of order tired out cerere pains in all parts of the body Milking speiu and nearlr every ailment a woman could have I took aay a battle ct patent medicines wiuouI eKect I biaa taking Dr Piercea Favorite fcrifrtioa adtea memtb afterward I v Mrtfetot tMJMtad bay AH thniciani hc4 UtltJ S fact Mat fMfrer toutS tear tttJUIJ oIbhesbWMI4 asytf were Mro and t aiSsakadWythski syar aiiclae r T1 Cz iuse MecalAdviaer rP r 2ODr L V 1icri- ISTI CiO BishopJIi4 XnietBoard J PI i 1 luolVent Beavers Ij W Jiiso1vent I Burkbeddfly i iusoiri Bishop1 insoiyeit 3 CUtsinger1in3 1vent Obeser tcnry 1N 1 Insolvent Xjif Cheserrcd r n3ocnt5 Case Lev 1 Insolvent CheserJ RiW iioWcn1lf I Qheser Beu 1 InaoTvent Oheser Jessie J 1 Insolvent Cheser GaL Inoly4nt jfDuncanHendclx Ghar e 1 Insolvent Kays aiijh 70 1 Insolvent Icays tqclrard t Insolvent 7 1 Inovet NixJame 1 Insolvent rinkston E 1iiio1vciit Phillips G i Ifl3 iVekl V SPRINGFIELD NO 8c tSF Bennington Hail Insolvent Baker Sam if Jm 1 Insolvent Clements WP Jr 1 Insolvent CJirfco Fredg 4 1 Insolvent Dorsey Will 2 I Tuiolveut- Fieldsj Bert L 4 1 InnslciiL crm 3 1 Inolvenjf ird John 1 InsolveitC ganNed rl Insolvent Hickerson JimS 1 Insolvent Haya Zay u 1 Insolvent Harris Robert 1 Insolvent EanVford Bob 1 Insolvent iahkford Will 1 Insolvent Martin Joef ls Insolvent MaRtinj TO1lM 1 InsdHent- MiPherson Eogan Insolvent MqPhersqri JOhh H5r 1 Inplvent Newton R A 1 Insojyent- Orkies Joes V Insolvent OBryan Gene 1 Iniiolvent Peary Wm 1 In3ovent Peavy Irvine 1 Insolvent Rmsell Win 1 Npt found Slmms Will J4 L 1 Insolvent Seay Will j Insolvent Thompson GepT Insolvent Thumpson ThqXL 1 Insolvent ty to seventy pieces We make violins today just as they were made In tlie aste but we dont varnish them the ame Some varnishes emttained ioupd amber Recently to the ruinof a prfcelfiss Guamerlus itsivarriish was ficntpcd ofT and analyzed and an abnn Unnco of amber powder was found Philadelphia Record Dear Worab1persof Japan The queerest and perhaps theold st people of the earth are the Alhos the bear Idolaters who are fount In the japanpsc Islandsjaf Kovriles Sahkali no and chlcily In Yezo or EfonnaUlo Tjjey number more than 38000 souls injill and they are fast disappearing They have the broad nose and oblique eyes which characterize the Chinese neil Asiatic races generally but there Use resemblance eud The Amos ire a large and powerful people Straight as an arrow All the AIuos declare they sprang from the Great White Dog the bear and a princess of the south The bear is their chief gcd how to See UnderWater A lens for seeing under water la described as proSucing an effect which ta both astonishing and delightful It gives distinct vision to objects from twenty to thirty feet below the sur face which are usually out of ordi nary eye range The eyes loss of ex tending vision when under water is owing to the fact that an entirely dif ferent focus b required The cpecta clcs which can adjiist this focus are made by putting two watch crystals back to burl or with the coiuayltles oiftward Try it and be surprised Onlr Thing They Brer Did IThe Brlghts toWers of sarcasm were almost unrivaled Some of his sharpest utterances have been against members of the nobility When ias t kliad been made of the antiquity of a prominent family that their ancestors came over with the Conqueror his re ply was prompt ncv r heard that they did anything elsi1 Every Detail IlVnnteil six was listening to the story of tin marriage at Cnna and the miracle of the water and the wine After her mother had finished her re cital the little girl inquired Mother what did you say was the theiNot Wholly title Clara Doos Ilarry help you with the house rloaning Harriet1 Well he hangs the pictures crooked and doca the grumbling De trait Free PressIIII Proud Donat Vhat Is your position hi the choir asked the new church member Absolutely neutral replied the mild tenor dont side with either tao tion A Remarkable Clock Japan possesses a remarkable time piece It Is contained In a frame three feet tide and live feet long represent ing a noonday landscape of great beau ty In the foreground pluuf and cherry trees and rice plants appear in full boom In the rear is seen a hill grad ual In ascent from which apparently Cows a cascade admirably imitated in crystal Krpni tills point a threadlike stream meanders encircling rocks and Inlands in its windings and finally los log itself in a faroff stretch of wood lent In a miniature sky a golden sun turns on a sliver wire striking the hours on sliver gongs as it passes Each hour In marked on the frame by a creeping tortoise which serves tin place of a hand A bird of exquisite plumage warbles at the close of cite fhour and as the song ceases a mouse sallies forth from a neighboring grot to nntL ecainperiug over the bill to the Garden Is soon lost to view Same Old Excuse An old minister returned to his aluia mater after forty yeara of ministerial cerrlce and was being conducted over the old place Same old corridors he ejaculated he entered same old corridors jpie toqk hini to the dining hall Ah ame old dining ball Then he opened a study door Same old study ame old Study Unit round the flre Ji screen was drawn and behind It he saw n student talking with a young lady Dear itr4 exclaimed the old minls ter pensively Same old practice same old practic i1- 1Thcfltudcnt sprangvUp IndignantlyIExcusefine slr thls isjny A sane brake over the Ancient oneM fgjAhime old excuserI Ills Tiiicrcxt Gertrude You say youve cnly been there two weeks amt have an interest In the business Vansant Yes I was two hours late this morning and the boss told me Id better take some Interest iIn the bush nuns In the future MafraKin3 of flu mor Svrlfta Sarcasm Sly brethren raid Dean Swift in a sermon there are three ports of pride of riches of birth ami of talents I shall tit now speak of the latter none of you being liable to Jbat about inable vice- Curiosity is looking over others poo pies affairs and overlooking our own Waylnnd ai to The us as cs MACKEY PLAYER Young f is Cable ocean Sin and that be be htI an player and vjo in proficient wrestler and wteLly both Almost Unnerved Me Heart Pains Short of Faint and DrMilcsKcart Cure and sTcrvine Ill1 five errs sinco Ivs cured of trouble oir Heart Cure anl Nerv ine au ju t M sound is a ilollar in that organ today For several yari had leen suffering with my lieart lliejlliins hnl llscorc sliot nod diTicult at times slrrt sharp pains about the heart accompaned witi fluttering make me fcvlf iint rnd lun uid Tin least extiU meat or mental worry would aimo t unnerve me I felt that the was worse all the tim and after tryi jj ninny rrfscnbed ty physicians without obtaining relief I induced to give your remedies a trial was relieved the stcorl day and after taking three or four bottles all syrspjoins were and have never showed iurs of rctuminr REV Gao Kt scopE Chiucoteaj ie va There ere many srniptoras of heart disease o clvticly rc mblc tlm cof niore corn idon llervou3 disonlersas tofswpieady ntis Jead the attcridinij physieiJrL iIt casts heart troublctths stomach kidneys liver or lungs become alkcted Again the symptoms may b those weakened nerves as tired feeinjtleeplrssnessttmlJity the patient ii tx excitable anti apt to worty without jause 2oa tRi least suspicloa that xiar htas t ueak study your symptoms and IegmlliC u c5f lr Miles Jltfrc Cure the cr eagheirt aud blood tome without a days ucUyt v All Cmssfs Jjll dahariolcs first tie lIi Mles Reipenesv Se U or free book ini NVrvitus sni iaj t DtisascJ Address Ir r Forcefor doctor andpatieni HJXS Boston Throo Cases was attacked last May by pcnd cuts As I showed signs of recovery doctor and I began to cast arottnd for a suitable diet and as a we fell upon Force which has been a wonderful boon I hare eaten almost three cases IL IL MILLEB W9 StiSOira ns Acronantn- Spi s cinlot actually ty tat the voting cf mnuy species are jofaaants Whrn on sonic autumn Sry tliose litile adventurers prepare to tat thty stand on sonic high point of vuUagA fuoiiij the wind Then the Up of the till Is raised and little split nerets emit tiiicads which are caught and carried by tin brccvc These vary lu length with the weight of the spi tlers and are buoyant enough to bear their owneu aloft for a considerable distance glittering filaments which are thus fpfi neil ultimately settle on the ground and buslws are familiar to till gosjfiiiiicr and are produced by many of these Interesting insects Some asaln Ore expert leap CC3fA bcantiful example of this sort been found a L Sydney New South Wales It hit a uiious tlap on either side of itsbouyTwmlch can bepxtended like Ts Uc or pnracliute Aided by this it can cover short djs tnii5 ti6su wo entrant speak of this aicUiotl cf uotlnn 4s real flight The shrike or butcher bird was qnk ta note the avuilability cf thin barbed wire fence ii3 jmt the place for him t iiiiiiaio his victims upon Aloar ttlc bottom lands cf tin Frazos and ArUaiis rivcis o cotton strlk yrrowso largo tint It nt ijuli vok to clear t land fur a nw crop it v cud Lc to cUir it of haze MILLIONAIRE CLARENCE AS A POLO larvrce Maikey who running tin Postal Telegraph coin pnny larlus nn cable from Franciwo to Manila doing ninny other things U saId to tin st man of his years lit America devotes jhrt of his leisure to polo lie Is excellent has a bIg stable of well trIned puiiit lie also remarkably boxer and taLc Kvsois Buorta Bscath Languid Cured Me s lmcart awl romctimrs would trouble crowing remedies was rcmove1 whiUs Often of iave tt Tbc1cadY4aSerTaCcl- result me expert species Juost spiders hai readily anost lll Girds ii kIlnny A corisxitliiit of tIn oivlon Mall si luTsdeii writes ttlint tlie Genniins are far in ndviite of foiiie otlier people in oaring for te wijil birds li theIr towns Durluj the winter Khelturs from tlio nrw are eMvtel in irjlL prrlis and private nriliMw for tlieai and plentl frMy fpri witli fool of Vijrlom klinR hiViiilin iuynitin ash berries for Uiivsies anl Ilncklrd3 toni oIlier siiHLi fcr tiif siiiilli blidISIlils inlx tvv sotltt a very clua rate i- nslji for tiie trji s in springtime one innr see ny lirls nesting In apt cial wooden lKs placed In the liiglier tiv out fll1 r vi eli of cats Tlie boc ura cf different size to suit starlings sparrows or touillt V iilut Iilc Twice Nora hail been told to say at the door Unit her mistress WItS not at home when ecit in callers appeared upon the It ovidonily went much against the nriii for her to make herself responsi tile for even so small a white lie but site promised to do so and with cer tain modifications slit kept her word Is Mrs Blank at home V queried tlie calier For this wan toliiie Mrs Smitbcrs she aint siiid the maid but hivin help tier If you ash me again Ill not hole twoice for anybody Hvlnl Phila delphia Ledger Tbe Tired Dues An aged Scotch minister who wits very boastful once said to his good friend Think of Itl I preached two hours and twenty minutes last Sunday Didnt It weary joit very much In quired the pUier solicitously SOui no Bald the minister But you should have Seen the cobgrega flour JimDurnps physician oz4c fell IlL Said he lUlhaTeop draught orpill Said Jim Ho ho you re on the shelf J You who cure others cure yourself Their Jim sedt iispatt Porcephim StThats vhat he needs ijuoth Sunny jim JCKY WATRSL- VII ANDTHE ttDY WILLIAM II 03BOKL t zfi f la T c 9 TAo In ntlrod dollars reward tf return cf gold watch stolen from elderly lady b- etwn Cliff street and Iarker aventiv Ko lostlons asllcd Apply icu Parker uvc iuc city 0 Jre enid Mr Mickey Walters to himself as he road anti reread the above advertisement in the Flpcortl ths lure super must bo a prjzo for fair Ileaqhlug into the depths qf his trouer popkct he brought fjrth a rich and much bejeweled tttpIecca- m regardhl It with revercnthsjifawe 1Ls a beaulcoiTtiuucd Mr VMUcrs with a slgi Bnl If she niurgone an put her blamed initials hi aijdozcii lances an cut deep too There aint ftxico In the plftco d handle the dad gasted thins lie once more perused the Intwcstitig offer Well htyvcnt on its tin only thing eft toiMo reckon an Ill bet dollars to dou lnuts its genoohKJan feafc Shos suh an innocent oUlj party an she nevev jinw mo do ltcitier Two hundcrd phinks dint bail uiprcn Schwan d everpay too HP ik so and carefully sufvcycsd his features in a gloss Thou he cfiiight tp a brush and mug anti carefnlliSlath erwl ills upper lip In five iuitivito he had tninsformed himself from a tjwcn tyoght yearold man to an olglltteu yearold boy Ills real age was afwajH a matter of conjecture nail hIs youthful appearance hind invariably licelli his strongest card one that lie hind always raved until the last and then played v tli tilling effect All that day an apod lady sat hi a window at 103J Parksr avenue She hid lung wliile curls which shook wlih ouch movement of lice horfrn HIT ftiea hind become xveazcnetl with apr but there still shone a kindly light lt use rparkling hutch eyes The duorbcil rung nut a man in livery appeared AJLOW IKKSENT THE S1I 1ICKlOfK T aiHiounrid the presence of a nina bciow The o d lady directed that he be shown up The old lailystarted slightly wwi a slender fair haired yontli entrf a yuulb wlth a Trank ami honest Jhcc The youth himself was nervous jjiist n bit ns he pulled from his povktit a iTiimpled plsWof paper la this hiij straight KIXR latiy T he Inquired in t pleasant voice JIIISP aint doiiu iiihiii wrong myMlfiian it wouldnt be rlit to mx inc lip In iiivtliig lieu Im only tryin to cln you a fiivir ls It siralglit yudijsV Slit ilOtithetiI An he continued dyou ijifan that youll glfe iil 0 for your watch nn co iiicstioiis nxkcd Is that rgjt Again sIte npJied vThrt in right 1ie r plietl In a iniM qua verltsu vriloov If my watch Is ret tiiid will kf4lly pay tlu moii y As she sjiokd she 111115Mlcleyment and theii pulled out the e1d1 Is that roufn mlsuls he united The old laQysj eyes sjiarkled wltjiide tight aBtlat behfld her trivairiHl llmciiieco She stretched forth ijinh hands one deliver the money Ilir Dtlu r to receive tie watch am 3lad po gliid to get It back sin lex claimed gratotully Mickey Waiters stood on one foot and counted the money Gee he paid to islmlt as he did Ore Rut shes an easy old par ly Under ordinary circumstance at lila Junoturp would liavediscre Tly rotircil but his Inttesstet1g1ineel rov ing around th rpom had lighted Upon Bevonil jirtklfR of vcri on the miiler Bt hit side These articles were mar kdable ellhrriiu thjiMuxsejiJt fSrijt or melted up Jito hundred dollars 1i a good find Lut thbres no use or ifthg1 lets away co6il chances liislileKinr 1J IthOt 53 thciiyt lcay io- iiteI a nur of Ilal k attelaeiit w4ilcb plac11t1iIih coveted objects tfdj rfMfth AtafaSWliM fstab a found nud aCroSlttSftTBoiltl gold ralvrr JutiIstras Pocket thihicrp lwper hp nuc tjous ltd tWdT- lliats rlght too sit vent fx say Iosi yan Hhall ajny gpt ifothln to do with thH hero thing My eld man took It offen you an H tool U bffeh him an- brought It here I wouldnt take your two hundred onlyt l want to live straight nil honest Ills voice jjulv crwl tie went oh and he iiotHtcd a gold pen rfcVps tanUtrJsht O uie 1s give the cKl rui Away Ii oil vaut to ftt liiui Itti tiLe List you wont icrcr thaI our vlio He iBla fact which Mickey htmsclCJittd never futiiul out eilbcr The qhl lady nodded syiqpatlieticAlbv At thit instant Mlekf y innde jiway with a pold and JrteUd paper knife Yicll tow uiajim ho oiftinucid a nddcn idea strikes kIpI imwt be gout hut Id irxoto uowoiie tiling Do you mind tellirt JJsil liovr thStvtels was tool often your The eld lady plainwl how she thought It had Jcon lone Mickey sh I his head depic catlKply Tlis old awns a slick oug missis he retumwL Suddenly his glance be canto fixed upon some object across the way The old lady Wing title also turned her head At that instant Mick ey Walters leaned forward The ifcxt instant the reafured timepiece was nestling snugly in his vest poclftK Gee but title is casirjcpcatedMick ey to jiluisclf as he started off but tic old lady placed a detaining hand upon his arm I want to get you a book sUe sald kindly that will fiep yqa to hyena hon st life Walt till return She hasltiied out shutting the dcor behind her Plarre her said ijickexx shell find that watch guise ndw It was danpuroiis Init Mickey WaR prepared for Jt lie laced the wnteh ou the wrdw rill whiro if she missed It she cmM easily lad it and if shedid not lit rould easily svt it again Tluri c tltiiuuil the old lady buss tinj into the ronm is the email book cf vhcli Bjoto Mickey watched r snil lift vv that all way right ho to J posscKBl ii ef the wnteh once moro The ckl lu touchat hUa on Itt ain NI w vlirlevir you On Le honest alvirs honest UJiiToy Wai ttre Mickey started at Ihesrrna his own saiiio lt UK cid luy hept on Shaking her cKiK and pho ttih so hard that a f finny thing hrpi noil tley criiie offiJ tjvy left bchlnti only a round pitf rtvcred with sori hale anil the wownttl feaItircs of Mr tiurakcrs Kelly the c acs dctoi live of tin1 Central ofrice He coughed A biLc coated Cgur a jMartJ at tha cner iiitnii csclantrtl Mr Sfleakem frell iliw me ti present the slictf i cri c Jit in Ktptcs CnptuhiJJ rko Mr Pke ValtJr1 lirttcr searci him reLt hre nU tlutl a iill ciil tray oi hm rn it pipir cvttT iua rru an a conplu of them there luuall ink lottes an a Lrrtre of caullestlckn from the riantol ai lies vt that there watch too an whats moii1 hes got two huiulcnsl pins thatl- iOoOsa to ire Ai Mickey ho crn cliulttl Its more tlm I can nftord ai thiitft what Dntl ftct Iii lro complained Mr Vtes atveroly nn I wanted to go Ostln tomonow too KirhlnT rxt hLc l tho captain Tint rco llllie t fro myself lnt lOut Low lc fly lrt thsL you en EJ vv Lctx Itv the tey AllcUey le inirtl yx rjui dyqu egisI 5tt a hundcrd un thirty replied Mickey The ctnin stepped for7arilrSay io li jttired cf tir culprIt would you nlnd our saylu iovi there now that Its a hurdcrd an vt 2tfivc My rcrgeantn a fisherman an weight al lv rcn h hImIMarvelous Escape from FDeath I PAl NES CELERY COMPOUND Does a Wondrous Work for a Lady Who Wus Almost Crazed with Pain and Suffering It is well known that terrible rheumatism sciatica and neuralgia cause more helpless new acute suffering and agony than any of the other diseases that afflict humanity The great medicinal virtues of Paincs Celery Corn x unil make it the only trustworthy specific lor the cure of all loans of rheumatism and neuralgia Thousands of stronrj testimonial Lltcrs front the most prominent icople of the Copipoundhasoil other treatment has failed Mrs Mar garet Ikthcl of lirainctO Minn after thirty years of agonizing tortures had a desire to her life if it was die will of heaven she most prayed for tlt time to lay it down Heavendirected slc made use of Runes Celerj Compound anti b enjoying true life once more She says Fur thirty years I have been a great suf ferer front neuralgia in the head and also licganjfound I was much bctle Ucfore taking the Comjxjund my life was such a burden that I almost prayed to lay ii dun I was bedfast every two weeks with horrible pain in the head back and neck until I was almost crazed I am able to do hastier work and more of it today than for twentyfive yuan I am really enjoying life again Thanks to Paines Celery Compound Iam satisfied yearst Diamond Dyes Color Anything Any Color There are many ways in which Diamond Dyes will help you Dresses cloaks suits ribbons coats feathers stockings every thing wearable Diamond Dyes make to look like new Diamond Dyes are the perfect home dyes they are SIMPLE TRONGISURE fro liavo a ipcclal department of advice and dyeIngItcetiDirection book and dyed samplea free DiAMOND DYES BnrltaBtoo VL 1r 1II thugStcinathsardBoiscrI OpiuurtMor1thie noiMiitcr- alNOTNAflOOLIfJ I 1es7w1E lxJite3cL 4lvImriwreiOatctalsihs l5estA- perreclRemed7 for Constipa lion3SoutStomathDiarrhoca Worms ConvmJsionsYcverjsji flees andLoss o SuiEPv- ecSLtdlc SgnpIure NEW YORK 1 ACT 1H COPYOF WRAPPER hen they reaclfert thclstreef the oc tectJr9 muiaoil ljiittA VWhyt Mlci rv he eXclaimed it you aint gone fcjfot thai there boQk rgayujyon fieri li flewnnou a 14 Yea said the bald than with the shifty eye Itried Wonesty mice thargb you might not think lu lxrua naught but a kid at the tlnici when Oslo 4syl Ivapjjwied 9SqcIUl oUtcil tcp aitxi cnce Hityingbpcn plumbed tip alirfat UoJiVsty15 rckcPHuplllnd gave itjback to blnij IIwas ifeaii vjp m ivciated vhtiae and told me4 rXrsS boy atid should grow ugjto millionaire If fxrashetl life necJr rtfghir and wore flahncT ncSt tIle skin nut losianae n slila5 A I yuj5itrd fotuid aprplugnjRp end sot little whllo litter II rnp jli to rn v Intiy withlht smiling ahtfsi Mltasp minu yoii dropped fthls and tt a hoiirst boy lljlntiiis pXcpttrsc tit sin wcnhl girt use ishlllinss and a moral ieacnol as che ought to haveur tlaat byrfpljts ystritedhlpi WHlyou bpllevc me aites star ins qut tliatRhllllngjpli pocktt nail sssys IlInuipu little oy Llen a pi pmnf fcii dof IffiSl ffsty IjosuTon Answers tVoaien and tlie Mouse ChPt ipon h Ida a nfarabiJr pf fllj nilietl WQVnin wpreLoldiusnnfordpfy wwtia in tlti latorp t of imttersAl lnIct aud wero Ustoiilagjtq veryjtitcr e tlr sportlies cl Uie matter Tire comliMkui vas reifchedtliat tlere was no stitQclcnt reason why pcacs should not prevail JbrouglyHZt the whrUl aml war and rebellion Ttu entirely unkrown To this end U waS coindTcxl paly nccp3s5ry jntEbyRrjv ttIronI tajiut fo thsl FI11J1- d rr iraIi tir arid tlirtt IlIiltarit uLaui if tiljilt reason all undiisfes ttttt tulist lead tto unrest rIrrlil 1t jvokled t Iii this ciinclusjon was reacliftl a frii jijil mouse ran across thtit tii ri silt that the wpmeu gll jnmpid to flilr feetscr ininjr hijv cry Itlfjh Ly and ciimbinV on cHslnvtlrtchlng their sklrt8laafRihi tV iuitv u a MualA vfry small ihlns iaaycayse- cii uirIiij New YcrJiIlQrald LrIes t Tlc miit se1g15 ol a ho Is lUtiU punuite hJs ftreustb Is cqulva leito titnt of live uieuLlu aJioaPs sacqjihtrlcrt vitli tf luathhie the jJowlr of fuiir iihl a htlf Lorse Tin grailcst amount a IsOjt1lil pull in u Iioclz6n tab fine la b fiiouhd but he cstu only ilo this uQHf iitaVify hrrco1rtliraed2i criiou probably halt of thlaU lhb limit jeeNCejs He You passed mc willioTit speak ing to use t j She Oh I must have licen thInking about you f Put a big white apron oaahy wjpm nnd1shc3vilklook Mrs Fred Unnxth IIrcai5dcnt Connlir lab Ecntoa lInTbory21ie AfUr ray Tint baby was tora dd not sscnv to regain ray strentthl although Uit doctor gaveirCrrii a tonc whIch li conild cud very superior but hutwd clgcLtht- better grew weaker every clay My bus band Irnlsicd that take Vine of Ordal forIcrmttfcl to find my thcrth and hcdth jlowy raurnlng fa two wccls was cut I of bid and In z month Iwas able to blcs j up my usual duties Iera veyenthtmsh ttllc In lb praiseS11VinoofCarduirainforceSthe011fh generation nancy and cbihulsirtx I I prevents Sills carriage NP woman whO takes Wino of Cardnl need fear the ccnnng of her Chill If Mrs Unfata hind taken Wins of Canlui before her babycace would Iiave been weakened na ho sva 11cr rapti recovsy slouhtl- 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u1vi11e Corn wqcidy 15Hpoie and Parin i 125 JournaifL a tic ii fahi EcqLirfl L1 Cnuntry GentimeuaBre- cdersthizettc 2OO nterst alePuotryinon a1tSObi Fsrrme- itudepcntirut S5Ci441SZL he Co nmorer t Lous GIobDembcras- tTT holas85OFJa-urers rgazieo 4oO- alialpers e4sS5iareru 3azar 4e25 jt1prlf floadTab1e oi N5rrd Tii w ikIy 1 5 uctys gziziuo185 we promptly obtain D 8 iiktdcnd asodrrgna i rota Utnn hasltoibl3taOTD1fl Li2u so a I liii