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held on ttiS third oitafiicach month 1 Li t4tseyJtdge L 4 0i cou i Cp tr C1 CXurt ieets on the fburQ j o1dayin e cti mouth SI i3 LitsayJudge WI Booker CountVClcJd j T S Mayes Coan Mtoriieyk George CaettSiler Wney 9ourne eriffI t SaviAi4eraon Dick Isflam flerbertEddiemar Deputies i castcrs dI Ji1ibes F Moore fonntj Survesolt fr Jf OBryan Assessor W T ilitcheli Deputy n Jfiert Nbe Treasurer J5J iitMontgtinery CoronerpTh i fl V Bush Supt Qt CommOJJ jJ tijifeto O pringfieidt 2Ct y COURT llk 3uies K Npfe Police Judge iirr iJohn GraceMars1ialsWiGrigsbyCitYAtt0rflCY t4i 4o TDSTIC13 COURT j yice Courtsre held in January scilJuIy and Outober t Io t fChurch Directory p KETHOpIST CHURCH JtitT X5W Lyon Pastor Ser 1iea the Tirst and Third Sundays i eiiksionthat11amand73O pini1fe flajSchool every Sunday atlOuma Piaiet tetlng every Wednesday 1t i CATHOWCCBURCH x y eP F Hennessa Pastor Ser M hyery Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock 1Ii p4i Stecricea at St Roe same hOrSi 1 iitSatTER NOmJRCBc 1 Hkjv R EC Larson Pastor 1l lilnic every Sunday at 11 aimc tM 1 J1I Sundayshoo1 everyl 4l iiiay at iOam Prayer roeetm rif Tiinrsdky ey eiiiBg at 7 6vUook t r it 4 BAPTIST CHURCH Wat Karriioii Willianib Lastor tt Miif evy Sunday at ian 745 jpin Siiaday School even- iat93Q JaiKVErayer meeting Wiy lCieriisi at745 ocfocIr i le y cunisTrAN CHURCH vW F Rogers Paitir SerII y bS firs attd fourili Sunday Sunday t9llOm itJ flt terniilorde s jjNIC LODGE Springfield iqdgi meets first1 and third Monday R A Chapter No Si al fegts every second Tuesday Rf rinpGcldl Council to52 meets O- twe T ipurth Mondky L GItUQf Tu MACAURS Meet ttC ttscIimc Lv f I1i For Indigestion OurOuarantee eitaksrVaktethirdsofa Sc bottle of l y MBM oiistly taj It hasnof bene we wiIl petumA your money Try iron knirantee fill out and ii hi 1Uowit r cnt it to the dealer at XiHir hM If it falls to satisfy you I I fcottlr iMiUlnintr xinethira of the M tofu dMter rom whom you bought we rat r ftI oj eq otK D stsWhatYouE tit Aa Wakes tIae SUmaca Sir l WnTfc CO Cliico o w R 0 CROSS DRUG STORED iiii1L r 7 wr 77w XHE rNI3WS=LEADERIi S tL twst umrmnw jiaF mWiWiriiii W ff ROUND OP nnnnnnnnnGnnurc nnnmonnnnlJlnnnnR A Winter Song Biqwi is the fallow and graand- 9d 1h fijirrowsglebthere is rust 001th gold Of the stubble and naked and V gnarIedandoidC The willows llean over the brook by the woldb d the brook lies asleep with a gjeamjof the sun j tirirntIer face ail hec gay sunjmef gossiping done ihdre thro tile meadows e merry fcetrun r11 For her nCfghbo b v shut their smalll doors one by one Tliro the long cheerless thro the brIef wintry day TficIiryaIis und Jthe briny tsprayr The pretyh dgerabBt thechip inunk the gray Jtilltle fleldniousei aje tucked from i theN rt er away I The browhcoated sparrow the blithe eetstilt kumt he lPtbOuglS 9f neC sttdy roatifee md thefi Wtite are busy as busy can bel yi t Gods pensioner seeltnji by low andati1lcal SOn cpaietTy soberly down by the low oiinIi meadows acoss the dim oodlaiuls and so V To te quaint steepled church on the hllf in the glow qf tuib morning the feet of the jwirshper olt Anlllrhnsi1y drearily iinto Beaten h1hwny the dull thepne village thorotg1rfaresruii lo theahurcbyaxd where under jqwj N JthLclICii0iL Wt1S rei Md Jjr Jidge Gochraii pt t1ll daraJiCSdnir at Richmond rW1 rip rn tbii carxing intp a locat or whiskey ait1ies AvIiQdo so ithpot Will BbEiuiOn Judge 3 cblan be4- dht a go between of one who teetofore has had only to plead hewas agEnt without cprapeR tli n for others war guiliy o- f41uiit if he did not prove the safjaVby the he dStUyered the stuff free On btpoint it iistokiof a negro of- LehFlohl tho h fen in the iWbitof mikipg daily trips to IJew Hppe Always coining bacff- vrith two or three suit cases- whichlie hand Ifd with great care Tre officers suspecting heold negro tobe carryingi on wholesale t raffle in vet goods caught hm one daysnd inyesti gatedthe conients of his grip thinking to ca ch him violating the law as laid down by the r cenb decisloir But they had reckoned without this host fori if ojjgh tJ16iYdt coyored some twrentf JttVe o thirty bottles of- iqud1of various sizes and ltfimy each Boitle was plain- hIlv 4h the wins name 1Q ivwlum it was torfee delivered A9tkt4 negro cluicued he w- aslg the Ir ork iefrewtrd he was not pros cJ1f Whether bnuwingly or not Vb man had anticipated the 0fflcJ of the courts decision and proof of the pwneriip of each mdlvduillbpttfe This is onlj bti jif rrIhe dufficut tftife4Oe encroun4iere liu efforts cuppre the iiqubrUaffic + ft fw IW TfVfcK 2ZimO-ft tJQJ1tjetJJtory ptiestowbom qutgHcta icstancfiof InrCHi of tobacco War now gPing pjp tatesaysln the warrTetweent he Arhpricunrrobccp C mpfiny or socailed TobaccpUPrust on one side atfd tiwersot theJ0 0 pbacco on the other Eentuckv Is confronted by aiia iiswhich menaces law and Border tlje pejice and prosperity of tlie pee pland the private fort nesot thousands of med Coifditions Tjifcthreaten fifian cia institutions in the State and HlSt but not least place bread meatand scant clothing almos beyond the reicch of thousands ndchildrepItlsastruggl f which will determine whellier the men who grow the tobacco shall regulate the puce of the product and forc the trust to ii1 tittb prttlC und iorpe the FS to- slmjoe oi thr tkecoriti the pr cef I pPu e nd d 7 his associates It is a contest o I one of Amtric V5 greatest aMt most powerful qnrporations on one side and txboublQOOOO Ken iucky planters nearly that many enants and fully a hundred tthousand wotm n and children tliving from hand tom utb on the other side1 A Real Wonderland South Dakota with its rioh silver mines bonarz faring wide rages and strange natural 1 lormations is a veritable won derland At Mound City in thei iiome of Mrs EtD Clapp aj wonderful case of healing has lately occurred Her son seem j near dsath with lung and throat ttrouble Exhausting couching spells occurred every five minutes writes Mrs Clapp wIzen I w SUISCOerytne that saved his life and complete ly cured him Guaranteed for coughs and colds throat and Jlung troubles by Haydon fc Rob iertsoiij druggists 50c and 1 DO Trial bottle free tf State Aid for Turnpikes T r The suggestioni of 6ov Will son of State aidV in building cf turnpike rpads continues Uf meet with increased approval irrrn tthe press Tte Owe sboro Mes senger joins with the Lexingtoi rrjerald and the Eiizabethtovt News in commending itat in iYbesl thing thteanbdotie- orf the advancement of the fState We are firmly convinced b tH11wStaj would paY half r less hanfttaif of the co 1t fpr eveH ikiihoI turnpike built ln rI the State that the e yoldLbe gi iremer3ous inipetujs to ofbuiidng throughout the tcitm Ojilth 111 c untie njrtr DQW bujIJ1Jiajtted 1iJItyrt hon rr il 8gu crr Stati aid Avgre tnany x jjrTSiTOtrbi oIth3bindOn the d obaotte- wivycf making a tIt by waVe iing in tthe bnds andfrt get pun 6f vheS ate raorcy i6 id a jk tthe fax system In i18real tnnni poor counties wbeoejfci Muivh jTl rat fcbe costrp 1gV tithe State i urnpilce by Id b- oHt that Qtlterwt3e never can be The increas o the valua tion of property woufei In a ie Jear pa backto the Meiftevor- ydest spent in the roid buildi g l t the press on lk9ovAllison in this matWiraad lave Kentucky follow the jaxampl of New Yo k aria N4 J ersey E Town News Chamberlains CjjuQh Cough Rem edy Aids Nature Medicines thit aids natpfe is niost successful CahmbdrTsJes Coiifll Remedy acts qn this pjLn It allays the cough aids expectoration relief the lungs opens the soc etionc th Te aiding nature iin throwintr of acold and restoring the system to nealihy oonditson For sale by Xaydon Jobertson f v Pratherv Creek As there hXs been a porrpon dent fromymis place anti baletw ing thaywe should have a letter from Jrere we will tri andi 4 on vriLeI t j grTieighbor Mr s tMayes who has pneumonia is g6tling along as wtpll as could rbe exp cted at this ivriting IVe have cohsiderable sicliness in this community at prfesanfc Mrs Mimi Brady is spendtng several days with her son Mr i It L Brady at this place Oflnct i eofllitsabove and is visiting his father 1rJ H Mayes vir Will Barker and wife the newly married couple of Feni wick spent Thanksgiving with hfs fatherinlaw J JEL Mayes Thvbird hunters certainly en joyedTnauksfciving day from the reporrpf their gups Buc from what Iqpuld learn tapst aU shotso vent idk Jf Washington co pty dog tax dnLpi for sneejskjlfed ajprt t tlutoiir ne ghborcQnfv Me- Jl as er Ular people wfl J1 it l iQe underaqa 1tnaM4r CCuttty fails short of jjtyingiQr J j 1 sheep Tosses 36850 We think the dog tax is of good thing if you will only look atthe sheep that are killed and injured j 1 through the state as tbjere are thouands ofc dliirs worth ot sheep killed during the jea and still there arsf plenty ol worth less dogs that busbt tot e killed th it are not wjppbh one lalf the dog tax iL It seems that bhemji l iimenial l Ifever is gattiog very h gh in lome sections of the cojiuty it sems that mast ever body IsI ink to married eantry ge yearL sets in apdthtn the ycuhgpefi pIe can step aside auct g i ve some of thosu old maids and bachelors a bowing when leajp year comes as we think it is 1ime some of then were making some start in some direction I bel iye nostr of them wj II agree withme and get off with the tide is h gh We are to have a wedding soon at this p ace fudging from jpbiU the wribor carj lean MJSS Ida H yHpni ou school tftacher who has t ugh1Js such a good schO I only has iwo more weeks cf school and bhir will end oneof the beSjt schoolI hat has ever been taught at il H placo l This shouil encour ge the patroua of this district rise ur jug Miss Haydon as teacher hoping that we may I ave the good luck iirr dpjpg so We will not write anymore this ihne and should we see this in print in oqr gbpd oM News Dfeaderwe write more sometimeljij if the od maids nnd bachelors dont get too hard on us J A tickling cough from any cause i5 quickly stopped by Drv Shoops Cqugh Cure And it is eb thoroughly harjijless and safe that Dr Sliopp tells mothers everywhere to give it without hesitation even to very young babes The wtiplesome green leaves and tender stems off aglung healing mountainous shruj furnish the curative propertiesto Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms the cough and heals the sore and sensitiveebrortchial membranes No opium no chlpro1 form jothlng harsh used to injure or suppress Simply a resiOQUs plant extract that hchrs tQ heal acbin lungK The Sipanin dscall this Shrub which the Doctor uses IuTle Sacred Herbi Always demand Dr Shoops CoughOure For ale at Red Cross Drug Store VANTEDLUCLl reprfisentu for apd vicinity looU after re newals and increase subsetin ion list Qf a pfwmineiit mouthly jtiagjFzine on a salary and corny mission basis Experience de siranle but not nccessary Good opportunity for right person Address Publisher Box 59 Station 0 NewYork I Trial Cat lrIU treatments are being mailed out free on request fbyDr1 ShoopjRacineWls Thsctests are proving to the peopethout a pennys cost the great value or this scientific prescrlptionknown to drug gistsleverywhere as Drv Shoops Ca tarrh Remedy Sold by Red CjSss Drugstore 7 IRemarkable Discovery The people 6l Ellzabetbowu wereau4ng themselves yesterday bYlJgSting thenew discovery intho telephone and a treat cteal of amnsemeot and wonfler were results of the experiment If you have a desk phone you san try it yourself Just Unbutton your vest anQ put the- eiiunciMortoourhody and be ar perfectly understood BS if- yU used the enuncHtorto speak through Mhi it is wo do not understand but it works and the discovery will doubtless be put to some very practical usesE Town Nevis ul Lr jt Qujets- theCough This is one reason why Ayers Cherry Pectoral is so valua ble hi consumption It stoQs 1coughingit controls the inflammation quiets the fever soothes heals Ask your doctor about this Tile best kind of testimonial Sold tor over sixty years MAde by J c Ayr co LoeUU111 A1lo 1naqaturo pt 1l1lerS SARSAPAltlLAI I We bayeno aeoretit W publish the forrnnlne oftll medicine Hasten recovery bv kep4ng the owcfi regular with Ayers PII f Facts Concerning I Tobacco War Kentucky Produces Practi I cally Entire Burley Out put of the World t Storm center in cor test between Trust and growers is the fiftyfive counties of the white burley d strict Result of contest depends twothinthe ability of the growers to finarce their pool an bold their tobacco 1and the amount of leaf the Trust has o n band Feeling between growers hpve pooled their tobacco a 01 independents threaten law an order in Central Kentucky Kentuckys white Burley crop for 1907 conservatively estimated will amount toJ70OOO000Qr 180jOOO000 pounds Dark to baccocroppstimated in neiph borhood ofj 190000000 or 200 000000 ponnds The valueof tobacco can be estimated by the salef30 I hogshead s of ifew Burley atan average price of 1114 as against an average price ofi27 for S350 hogsheadsof Bu 7le at tHsI tune last year 1906 This show n advance of nearly 4 pr bun dred pounds ConepqupTjtly Sgurfht ihisjrearis sBurJey crtjp at iitiOOpO000 it value Avould hi p 19902000 Trttns fnr the avprajre pric for dirk tobacco this ysip is l3ttS against au aerflge o 684 for tibis Jurae lust yea Hence fi ujring the dark crop at 20000000 pounds its yalu t1ov w iklVbe 17060000 The dark lobacico growers rip pear to have solvedas comparedI Withthe burley men who e fight is by far the more difficult jindI hazardous There are five pre anit of tobacco giowers in Kentucky ag reg tingnmember3hlp of r nearly 100000 men thr being 8lt0004n the burley pool alone insurance cpncpahies nndI banks in vol ved in the var bui no increase of insurance rates K ntucky produces frfctioaUvl the entire burley output of the world Growers threat not to plant in 1908 answered the trust t threat to cultivate elsewhere J B Puke of New Yorkan- dRJ I Smith of Louisville guid ing hands oE the Trust Clarence Le Busof Cynthana prtsidentot Burley S luiety From 25000000 corporation in 1890 with assets said to bei chiefly paper ihe trust4ast year showed a net earnng ofr over 26000000 plld22per cent on its common stock amountingc to about 10 000000 neatly 5000COO in dividends on its preferredand addf d 6764232 to a previous of 25685961 AllI this was done in addition tto meting other fixed charges and expenes The tobacco trusts assets are ribw 278628564 Times Badlv1tiJxed Abraham Brownof Winterton N Ybhda very markible experience he savs Doctors got badly mixed up over mer one said heart diseaser two called iit kidney teonble the fourth bid d poison and the nfth atomach and liver trouble but none ofr them helped me so my wife ad vised tr log Electric Bitters perrectbealthmore got d than all the fivedoc tors precriberl Guaranteed andUcompaints by Haydon Robert son druggists SOc ccA Good Strong Lobby A Legislative Necessity ii 0tJeff upd an declard that itt was wen knpwn fact in gubernatorial history that nb legisla tur can organize an begin fori to do business lessn its got a good stronglobby for to tell it which bills to pass which to1ilp an which to run through the trimmin machines a lobby thai had plenty of money an1 knowd l how tojspend it He sid that a generous lobby was the life soul of modern legislature anff f ikMfef it hndat V been inven woUkiIi di4tJ QdalD8aHoQu Ji i bwouldnt V h eJ nobody for to t dIitt jt i Jeff ef that wa the case wKy 1li the lobby In the Pastur wi tbeII I rightjupj jest a sign bo the lobby that the arterIdark somerejclose to the Ktmball House bar room whar they mou bt argue pnts to say inotnjn of qUarts 1 haqto jump dJup agin Wsay that the nember beihip of the legislatur was made up pif gmnywinePrphibi tidnists Jeff waved me down be said that prohibition didnt theyburntto keep up ther spir itsJoeJ Qhandelerfdarri8 in lnc e Re muss Magazine for December Gonq 1edlCinc rfor Cllh1ill- The l l season for coughs and coldd l new at hand and too much care canj bot be used to protesttthe children A child is much more likely to con1tract diphtheria orsparlet fever whenj he has cold The quicker you cure his cold the Inss the ritlkChartlJ berlina Cough Keincdy t4S the 101 relience of ihaiiy mothefs audeArbffiiE those vho have tried it arc wliJng to use any otber Mrs F F Star htr vetnever used anything Bother tLszcChamberlinsQpugh Remedy form children and it has alWays givvn vooiil satisacticu This remedy i contains no opium or olher narcotic toapt chtldaa to an aduItaiior sale b Huydon tRobertatm sMerchantst f0d w soJ doing tsineshf are being abando edlrand ne vays are betug adopied ylht Business Mens Asscciaiion 01 SbelbjviLleJiaye been c nsjthip ing thevadvisiabirify for spim time past of adopting the wotbtshort credit fuakts l jifriendsUsi IUesday night deteimipetn to do so The fact that anum t I ber of people gpt into the habit IIn the rong ago of considering January 1st arid 1ftJbad for the progressive uptft at date merchant who believes iiu 4mall profits and a frequenV AturnoverOne merchant said Ifwe can sell for cashor onthjrthdays to people who will pa promptly we can self at mucl lower prices than Louisvilft merchanlsand carrjt larger and t more varied stocks than we do and he everybody i tjfWselvhomew business man to sell cheapef and carry better goods If you purchase any articJe from a mail order h9ustyoU mnst send the cash from tvcG4ot ten days before you get what you buy Why not oe a little fy fair at JeaSh with your honjo I merchant and pay h m promptly The finest Coffee Substitute evtfr IDrmade has recently been produced dontahave to boil it twenty or thirty mlfl at utes rtMade pinaminutehsay the DottorllHeaIth Coffee is really i the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet a produced Not a grain of real Coffee in it either Health Coffee Imitation is made from pure toasted cereals t bgrainsl hitunknowingly drInk it forCoffee For sale by McElroy Shade n A lleOUS Bod1ocrthat sometimas terminate fatal ly is qhe stoppage ot liver and bowel functions To qufcirly end this condition without dis agreeable sensations Dr aNewyour remedy Guaranteed ab solulely satisfactory in every case or mpnfey Lack at fjaydcm Robertsons drug storo25p- WAITiDA i w man th tifha some money or can give a good petnal bond to at as agenttn f Jv taudardwhi Mc h cmin3 Co This would be unice line for some good mercqant to handle Experience unnecess ary will teach youjt thebjMinejss Write 9W J Ward State agtmt No ISa East Boaway4U4 LouisvlJleKy Ia bll m i Etielre iit xita stormy btecfc tnlgNSo1Ucrfinslesot llgfitpiia iifnn ismnlte prIson also vlsion W men sawing savagely atjiis iron ban In thp second tier faHo stops to squeeze a sponge o0 eH uiioa the glittering saw belowji tll he has cut one and Is at work upon the lest 1r The window is far above the floprt und hC6h1ndguIJonn8too1 He suddenly stoPs as a JlaSh comtea upoi him He sinks back out of sight handAn t He reappears at the grate seizes It In Ihis enormous hands and wrenched It mad stnggcbackupon the floor stunned and bleeding Although a murderer hen prays to some power which he blaspbeaipusl calls his God and leaps to his feet and grasps jruimchy tattered coll of strip ped bedclothlog affixes It to a stump of n remahjhjff bar and plunges out ward anti downward by the will RigpropetremblesAnddrOpaIt for tbfr outer wnJtA shed Is one icia of his ladder a bakery la anojthfer I galtheself downward In the midst ot a tic rid burst of souniJn glare of light and 10000 shouts of alarm Nothing stings tim No shot has truck him of the six hurled at him He plunges through the water to J1u lips gplns a road and teararQog igbreathis WJl11tOills name Is Richard Stnrkweath o man so fierce that they have caughl nnd caged him for W crimes a dozer times but a dozen itinied he has es aped Two friends have communicated with him In some mysterious vrayWd ImVlementsfl1ddriving Ijlm offtiiSafctjv He does not know where they drive or be has nearly fainted They kww owever and rush onward and into c forest where there Isa hunters hut Into this they carry him md liMIt him They ltjltheblm tenderly aIM- lcme ifor him like Woniiik dl- uss He is well though weak and ous On each day one of the men go way and comes back laughing at ti tt1111lt tarlcweathcfs escape fe iade and bringing food with him They ny 2000 rewarjd Is offered by he state tor his body dml they laugh il the more and Starkweather jelnt thtfrn hejtrtlly 4ii1 the third nay he lies ereu with mdss wltfiin the bnttb his eyes closedytryhig to sleep of fcte ervousness One of the men cemer aci froth the toTrn and after loomng5 him a moment goes oatslde tojtalh with the other while he listens wrf ously One of them SaysJHe Is nalyp til then they continue As b bear what they sap his eyes oLSen frfd they stareou of his head He straIM his ears his breath forces Itself froti him Tie hears feet running and IK lies down agaiq and Is calm nnd qvfett They look in upon hlnx again and ngaln say to each other uIte Is asleep An hour after they awake him te MJF that there lis danger and they mUM 99 tomorrow at night and hide elsewMre He smiles gratefully Tomorrow cowee IhtcomeswUe hides an Iron burlif his shirt and they get into the wiigwi cantlously ohe on each side of 1IJi nd drive off They come to a rcl llch forks They take the right fl0 puts his fhand Into his breast and say Take tlftrlleffr They stare atblm and keep ML IIi orders them again Take the left or halt lIMfturnffere wheel gets un ler the bodjlef tile falhlwitll1ftTOghtThere is a gwnt shout n sharp cry 1 scum with dlsperote blows and the jr have him fast He Is cut and bleedjJMf JiIstWQ betnfyers stand bcore Iii nd all the rest nlmut him tie Itf nf then aud gasps His p HUlk trf1thIngwild animal Look here mcufVue shouts nod ding tttthe two before him I heart hem plan to tunr me over to you eard them plan out the blood money otweeb thenK TUiy liavo played im false They are lbetrnyers when theX pieteudedto befreidB They helpCi me out otjsll1inrrer to surrender nw gain lie Is in a horrible fUry He burst I im WSCBptOl1 Hh hl herculeat itrenrtlu anti s4tubi Iron bar ffllU upon tlu tnii like i thunderbolt Tw dead bodleu fall together upon the sod They all rush upon him and drag him off iind hoJa him tightly Then tc tree They disappear In fifty cllffereiit paths with one murderer aud twt scoundrels the less Would Cost More MIstrelQre than nOythhiJele nntatn 1twbobnR s n rermen 1anher1 shti3iCt yett Jf a skityi- dg iJ f t jt ft1111U t Cout jo eliito is1 th LIiOdryyWJlVoiiIytryI I AJtt1e Of flP holadlr e nlt vfll ke ImPttbtUt ZtiithQUre Mr CIeza B tIa Md jOl dIeu dt11IrwtlIfz ttit wftl ve yosat pnur sM b roDrug 8tore Z M io KyTb io of C- RaiI Sod Ths4t of Kern byBckhm G0Yelflon4laeai of Mr MJOOId uttor ey to = tb d iei ill the frsImtrt ra whi t bate bMa iMnitia COUrts IOrovrsysr It wwr by BMtpiftJ ih two olbei Mdesrii Fergssso aad McChord in MBpH r d to be TbyItboyerL p for bia t4ng J VJSr in a iti oafj l 4ter Cot BeoMtt H Young Oher 4U ttkf m the urg t pppAnitif McCoL ai4 prlnII1r trsan4 bu iae tfcfteattention bicoY he be i etaI- ctiGa Th oonlract Mcxd 50OOathim icjsjji- g sxjo sad 1 rrstOa4iys Car LM CIP4lD tk NuhviUe Uwi Cincinnati fcknrbern and vile Chaiauoog and railroads pro eciiU through ith J rdrral courts awl itf the ljiited Etaties StIprelil ourt1 if appeal jii to thitir GOT toeavcanc vcancChor olin R Nemri to fill out the month of the unejc pired term Mr Me Chords tenure of office 4iCol I P Tarfe wtiTbe ductekUito oflk Mr Nwwaa wbop tteGar ernor will probabl pyotot tx the qnth rierate clerk pf R mis wa He ottbbM pctra6cchsofhriUm1y inthg1b inlv MB Cto DLI t4 3 I instepe1asytuotiytr ttar f Trto Omi M waasepfN1Icos3d Ckebs PaIn 3t It i have ics ruiirndera1 fl 4 iilyWttVi r Haydoa A r oc i cifa4out lOc ajMMMi i HHDis 1t1pu MntjIfgMiIrMPiI flCrs r = l vta r JtUioa Oanii AM Cois Boa BOM fCruICosfdDISsIj1 B BiiI1Capsf Sti Paanat ftrtftt yflksO Cha1 WSN IMMII ai 9dI oataLrdi4 Pt ay DfM P Wr oosdrg ij Po8ALkShaaiiiOB by dMe r WObrokew1IaflsI ohaapit r a w rwI c fR BYflCJUO AT toftsee NCPIOLD Y so i is DAV1JIQlr aIiI 1I rw JLqI1ttMMMi faa ou oM4U4taMjt i UUeaIitttse 1 tcHJltefb b isid o rdl1aarss RIiS MI Ufceral bItst j4pihtI ef rpecO psrUaLneMaj Z ate kItOSsss j lruo- L TgBDAta TMECi 5 1907 piden1ua1 mes to Ooogred Tues ill ij Sfeteeigr Democratic and onffrHt ws much disap1 ifcaUted by rsftit Kopsevejts sick if3nce to th tariff question ifatt inege The suggestion Ifcfcjarin schedntes should td tprefent is last Mr j Victory Jprf the es pMNtnd a Defeat for tirthviotiTto trial of Caleb Powers for den isltsGbfirirwlI t orgetow lhe takuLpt testimony has MS4 S ong polne 44 fepub by the ini Ivral dayslo bef ie witnesses for the i bayeaII been examined than fcki efense will present hi siae Rq r Nowak was the prlucipftl irtness in the trial t Ty 13 testified as to the anisation and movement of the paounatn army collected and par iaken to PrackfdrltinaeV Powers 1dietoo friends youll ere you Are where j ked ards ng the ttnpooTedtobaccd otwaJ Ful1jamfsrznerofKenCky- e Riyer Heftring that his to you daooo VU ifll dagerand that hee r fj d ROS bi allowpd to move ojnc i ffclp itiothe city mErkettiI MrIWIW f Ptim eeclosed his barn barbed wire fence and prep red of Yto BMet hit tssialaptst Pnlliaro II lojiihtr yrith eight rlendp c- uwitriftand shotguns jam wtife barn early Friday H araib idlpai the tobacco on tve wsosatogetanear1ystatrdy IIiiJ Mcape the vigilance of the Jclcb riderswhom he hadpj lfcir ed intended visiting him ly lesdless tosayth nighth ijjnoved on when confron zr4asitb suqh a determined iop osition 1 i J Ace iou kavin trouble with your j t jksya TMreoce lots of people to Jtifif iirbeJwMader why they have tf ki ti the tack why they ar f 2 igclclng in energy and am Your kidneys are rtron ystere1ie1 without delay Take J iiTittXiatir and Bleeder t they are for weak hzck innam Drutiltiland weak 4 the Had4crvacfc t Sl b3 the Red Cross rj cLScSeS t j Hv j Harditftty TriwbeJlani ir pAjter several will write a few liIiMPKrl Mr Marcus S D jlp rod biirg spent last week at the Jtt as pf Mr Jfc H llr Win Shirley GrayI11 Wim bor spent Wiifcilielatters paTents Mr and Mr ir S Y Goodlett 2 1fr X P4 Sutherland and Wi vltM Mr a dMr8j H Gra Wssday fight and Thursday Mrs 1Saliie Chesseris visititt yW AwMfhtef Mrs Clifton Kid vili fValSJ Ui1I MrLsouWeekIYis visiting m sbsrivi Mis WillHardesty- protitd meeting that bd5by Rer P4cFarlandi Itf 4 1qwfipe Baptist churrl 7f1 d wlh Aye addi ionai Mr M V Sutherjaiid lost his r81 ni c 1iK + J Lsfabwttxi Syrup tkatMk JtJlw it trot others am it czses the be 5a S D ke Etf1rcedt 4afla MtJt f ret d JtngL It1a taI Chti 1 tetll II DPUg tors- ti v 4 S4 SForest Mf and ilrs Loyd WeKing7 b5hv i gone to Louisville oI thsir daugjiter Mrs tdomas West wba 1b ctite slot Miss flagon and MISS Tborap nOf Whdon coiintv ie the guess oi Mr Len Hamiton Mr Harris and Ben Nortin iiu company of James Mahoney out from Louisville hudtmg Witb Mr Lee and All Smi h veral days lastweek Mr Japies D OBryan has rented Mr Thomas U Bryan s farm and win move in a short while We are gfed totmve Mr- Bryan and his elegant wife ighbors Mr O Bryan w s oorn abd raised in this immedi neighborhood and conse quentlej well known Mr Alex Blanford who married in Louisville so recently to Miss Adams is visiting friends near here Mr JohaF Carrico is very at this writing with paratisis not much hope of nisr covery Hariman Smith hasbeen quite for seV alaaYJbut is notI confined to his bed yet One of tire most pleasant oc casions of the seasrn war an old style dmce given at he home ofI Smith Carrico one night week The beam iful dress and brigLt eyes of the yourg laiies were radient One feat e of the occasion was Mr mes Nally and his most es temiable young bride who ad greatly to the already styli and affab e croAd of young people Mias Nally who WtS mariied toM r Earlier Mudd of Freder ttkstcrwn at St Rose last Wed sday moved all h r belong gs to hr new home in the nner brick We are sorry to se a good neigh or as Mss NalTy but our loss is others gain Hariman Smith sold to Ed Osborne a nice mare for 16050 andEisoJd to Hariman a sow- nk pigs for 20 Mias AnJie Riney sold Thomas Simms a sow for 8 50 Corn is being delivered asOc i bushell and is about the finest that can be grown I would to savsomeybmg about hog killing big fOils the icebound creek the first StOW but the week is gone wewilj hear eopughof it our feet ar cold our head aches our fire is low so dear old News Leader and good readers excuse us ifrequent GoWs A succession of colds or a rjtract f Tcelds almost certain to end in ronio catarrh from whicU few persons evez wholly fecover Give vrcold the attention it deserves and may avoid this disagreeable dis se How can yon cure a cold WhyI ot try Chamberlins Cough Remedy is highly reconimendedT Mrs 2tt hite Butler Tend says several ars ago I was bothered with my throe t and lungs Sameone toll me Chamberlains Cough Remedy begad using it and it relieved me at onee l ufed it sor sometime and it red me Now my throat andllungs sound and well For sale by aydon Robertson to MOOR SYILLE t Mr James Wall and Miss Margaret Smith are slowly in- roving after oeng ill seve al weeks of tvphoid fever compleledhlsMr Joe Biven and family have moved to Indiana unmake thli future home Misses Jennie CliessYr and TexfeBtrJow of Polio sp nt last week with Ar T D SweeneySThe protracted meeting haS s closed at New Hope with five I i additions to the church Mr loFarlpcd has returned to his houje in Louisville Messrs Geo W Chesser and totH4XdmMiss Nancy Eil hRS returned to htr homeyat Woodlawn l Misses Etta and Myrtle Crake of Croa kVille spent last wpek with their brphers Everett and Joe f I i Mr Marvin Huston of Chap lin visitedi Mrv Ed Sweeney a few days Jast weelf Little Elizabetb Hardi is visi Hqg her grandparents jat Wqod lawn this week Miss 4ilie Wall was in Springfield Friday SMrSanfrd Ybcura and wife of WHlTsburp1 spent Sunday with NlV Ed Yecum and family Mr Mark ardin and wits of B1Cmfiedusjeut Sunday with their son Mf Ovlen Etlis of Woodlawn is the guiist ot friends here this week Miss Lizzie Oliverof Spring field spent Thanksgiving with her futherSMr Herbert Eddieman has a child dangerously ill of pneu monhiSiHogliillin is the order of the day i Whenever you feelthit your stomach has gone a ILtle wrong or when SOD seel that it is not in good order as is evidence by mean headaches nervousilcssbad broath and belch lug take something at times an J especially after your meals unril re lief is afforded There is nothing better oUer d the public today for stomach troubles dyspepsia indiges i neththan KODOL This is a scientific preperation of natural di gestants combined with vegetable acids andVit contains the same juice found in every healthy stomach KO Dolis gofanteed to give Velier It is pleasant to take itvUlm4kevou feel fine by digesting what you eat Sold by the Red Gross Drug Store- r Girls Names- In the eighteenth century girls were irlgtened Sophia and Caroline In the early n nineteenth Emma and Made a little later Laura and Clara Then came a crop of Dorothys and SInrjo tries who are now all calling their own t babies In a reaction against the quaint Elizabeth The names of men suffer no sucji emphatic fashions nnd yet It Is a pleasure to note that there are certainly no more young men called Alf and Gus as were the young men who walked with the cnn oline In the ilays of Leech Good Is the sound of John through nil changes London Chronicle A Tricl With Numbers Choose any four consecutive num 5bernthem together and the product may he divided by 24 this will be found to hold true for any four consecutive numbers we may choose unless one bofthe numbers is 24 or n multiple of 24 such asv48 72 D5 etc In the saiio way any five consecutive numbers mul tlpirod together may he divided by 320 unless one or the numbers Is 120 or o multiple of 12OSLLouis Itepub Il rThe First Golf LinksSheJ orthodox number of eighteen bOlcflt seems was tired by pure hlnce There were originally twenty tvji uoles on St Andrews links and so t routiirtied till 1754 when the firs tfour holes were converted Into two Thenceforward every full course has been laid out to correspond with alma cuaerLondon Saturday Review Our strength grows out of our weak ness Not until we are pricked and Ktnp nnd surely Khotnt nwakiiis tinS InrtknMtionwhlpli iinns itself with Cret forces Einerspn If your blood is impure thin dis yoUl1aeating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheuma tism s ot any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches land pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by expressl per large bottle Sample free by wrltm Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B If JB is esperially advised for chronic ideepseated car s as it cures after all else fails 9Iyr l TURKEY IAtSERSIIII II i AATTEWTTnA 11WeI want all Turkeys intended for the Christmas killing in not fethan laterIII Tuesday PTi110b t 1 0 II- We will pay tjie highest market 1 timeii arketpricrtn cash up to that iJ Sprillgfte14 1 ReCeJVllIirtlouse t Poultry Go gPF N 0f1EhQJyI 4 Jj o t III- v J t iwWOSTSALEII- FOR CASH I= IIn order to1 close out my businessat I oncebeginrirtgS I Saturday December 71 I will sell everyarticlein stock at cost including fixtures and lets of things in I the grocery line I will seT regardless of cost Gome and see if you wantBargains I W P Lawre I OO OOOO SPRINGFIELD OOOO eII i Millions of bottles of Foleys Honey1 and Tar have been sold without eyrr pnson ever having experienced other than beneficial results from its use for coughs colds and lungStroublev This is because the iue Foleys Honey and Tra in the jelow package contains no opiates Qr other harmfuldrugs Guardyour heolth fjy refusing any but the getju mlSold by the Red Cross Drug- Store STHINTS FOR FARMERS FOLlnd re eeL Dn Smead says there Is nixcure for foundered feet but the nnhnnlcrIng may be relieved The followIn Ills method Prepare a shallow trough a foot wide of a depth oC about six inches null two feet long Fill thisowith water iji which place just stilth enough to make it a little brackish not a brine Then allow the animal toD stand In this for an hour twice weekly and soak her feet in this salty water 1n Jn connection with this three ymes weekly l apply to the coronets some of the following Oil of tar one ounce t oil of turpfrutlne one ounce raw Unrseed oil three ounce Thchnr sh etIs all right provided It Is properly made and iafitted properly Pf not It is all wrong antI am sorry lo add not one horstsliocr in ten understands the foot of a horse and its reQuirqmentH t well enough to make and fit a bars shoe I therefore think a rubber frog pad will be far better Farmers lvoacate vii Wintering Bees Where btvTiLping Is carried on oxatensh iyIcllll in the Northern states it i the ctoni ofumost bee- keeperS to winter their colonies doors t For this purpose some use the ordi nary house cellar darkening the game and carefully watching tile temperas ture while others have built SlCCIaItl cellars for the purprtse where as many as 1000 colonies are kept in OU- ChPIOCCu In Indoor wintering it Is very liiitt portrait to uge that the temperature islkept as noiiEly between 45 and detgrees as possible the nearer 15 deegrees the better but a slight variation from the above figures for a briuf pe riod will do no special harm If at any tUne the cellar becomes toou warm It should be cooled off nt ll4 it by leaving the door opbu butt be careful to close It again before daybztkt Farm Journal Hog Notes The holt that will make the heaviest hog in the shortest time Is the one the farmer ifi10tldJtlCl Stt Where clover alfalfa or jdowp jtts will grow there is no use thinking you have to stuff the hog on nothing lint cornIIf the sow has had cholera and reIcovered keep her for breeding Her pigs may not be immune but there Is no danger In her taking It again5IIt is not how much a hog efts hut how much Jie digests that adds dollars to your hank account Watcii the ex crement nuLl It grains of cornnrj passed undigested change feed ami re duce the corn nuiou iConrigi II hhko own nlitrh H1101Itt Idly rontngions but SOHH porspnlt aht not liiiliU to ratrh It Cieorge IX lreij theftSPasM BxapridlioD SuccessRiliy Jameo Donahue New Britian Conn writes I tried several kidney rem dies and was treated by our best hysicians for diabetes but did not improve until I took Foley Kidl airy Jure Affr thesocond bcttlc showed improvement and five bottles cured me completely I have since lfC1IDsurcures backache anti all forms of kid anrt bladder trouble Sold by the Bcd Cro8Drajf Stbre E3 r Orhro Ivnxative JFrult Syrqp the iiew Laxative stimulates but dots not irritate It Is ihfc best LdxrtTvc Gnrantecdor your mpnc back Sold Dy the Ref Cross Drug SiJreid I The Mar Point f lMrs Scni ffifghThuv uty iiik dthr I- ihat the now inbber plant tint Ficvw pnndiimtiit is extremely beuiilffMl Itt las a glossy vohipd loaf IJT Koran Tgh who tins strained his liaLU lug ting tho hoiisi plants nrnnndMI dont t are anything about its glossy yalncul eaves Vhsit ttjltON the lunt thing veighClevolnnd Plain Dealer oS- A Great Financier t Choily SIarry is n great filinncler 14rr0WClIxenctt t Jim to tho iiv to soo a niHtiltliHt mew he couhl Imrrow itotut4l 11f1OIU tad with that till lie tle11T to stand a dlnnoi to itnother man whotrt 10 borrowed a hnndred fromiLondon relegraph J PublId SDCaler IntBPfaDILd Public speakers are very frequently jltiterrupted by peopl couffhihjf This would not happen If Foley Honey Tar weie taken as it cure coughs and oolds and prevente pueUmonl and consumption The Ian Ui e Contains no opIate and apd is In a yelfovT paclcag94OSoJd by the Red Cros- sDrugtoc lll I fr r rS MERt1DSOF LEGHm ea Women That Wer9 Vouche i For bj Ancient Vlriters ORIGIN OF THE DELUSION c hese Traditional Creatures Wered Probably Dugongs and Manatees Seal Maidens ofFsble Mermaids of A Fiction and the Seal of Fact4 There is a decided fascination about the mermaids of legend Considering tUelr traditional form it does not Seen quite e srtali whether they can be in tlmled amoTTf41u fair humanities of religion butfl Quid be extremely interesting to see oribT hifjill Serious ess the truths and poetry uiifterjylng inherent in the olu myths ate welknti orth ntten Ion but apart front these Is something distinctly entertain ing in the quaslhlctoricnl accounts that we have of rpermnjds and tho heb3ic attempts lit rationalistic explana hou Tfie fancy has taken firmer hold on popular imagination titan many or the old legends Of Ours they artS recognized us nonexistent hut unlike the uiajorlty of niythojogical beings they jure invested colloquially with a fort of hifniorons realitylA History of the Netherlands gives circumstantial account of a great tempest which wasjied ashore nearfIIaarlcMn a sea woman as she wrs swimming about She wns captured i nd cleansed from theOlsen moss thntf hail grown nbout her anti became ithumanized creature except tat she was always trying5 to escape Into the hater And it is added Many persouutl worthy of credit have justified In their t writings Urn they hull scene her In thehaid towne if Haarlem In the sly- eenthi century oft Ceylon rome Sailors captured seven mermen and mer auutestifying to tIn fact and he lattertleaving it oti record flmt after exami nation and dissection they tound the n and Internal structures rosem bled those of human beings IIidsoif the famoHi navigator declared that his ships company hud seen p mprI a maid1 tho upper part of liar body lik woman skin very white and longt black latin An old Iceland history t ells of one near Greenland JJthe neekt t mill licnO in all respects like a humYn being The Norwegian Bishop PoutiiI pidan Arho wrote in the eighteenth con tury records the appearance of aInymnaid wiiich was deposed to on onth by tho oh rIrNAnd not to multitt ply Iquntatlous proving the belle even of till rcarned In the actual existence of the mermaids Putty assertg anthor itativelv that its for the uurromaldehs it Is jip fabnlons tale tlmt guoth otsl thorn roroowhow painters drawI them so tliny src Indeed J Stt It seems hard riftutr all these weighty testimonies that we should be nssured that the historical mermiUds were only dugongs or manatees seals orI sea lions espechilly as twine of these someIinteresting creatures measure eighteen foot in length anO are by1 ticImeansattractive in appearance Some thing In the shape of tire heath anti the breast Is relied on by time rationalistic scientists as explaining the delusion hut one Is nt a U s to understand how this can account for the ciVcuinstau tial tlesoript Ions that imve come d wn to us Coevals of those old writ tS hive proved to us by th61r pointings 5tfintviews as to what con tiUtte feminine beatify as we have 111tiwe should certainly riot discover In tile dngong or manatee any tiling whatever to suggestt In fire jJil17i faintest degree the idoa of a pretty wtunan Vet there Is general tile implication of cpwellnuft in the IIY pktiires the old wrlhrs give their inorupldi though ColumlU who reported that he html scon 4wo o three admItted lust he tlnw toldviiutT in them The souL explanation iHthap tines tile least violence to ones iradi tlontil iOeiis as whaUvor imiy lit thought of its rMwiiiltlHiicc to a vo man It fs In Itself grace iil anti Its fatv nlid eyes He preiiaing- Thore Is nt soy rate a nitlur sug gestlve cohiiWfiKie in the vfewr hut 0tirefact for chicly jilHwl If not Identical vwJtlj merjiixids wore fluuse1 timid ens of a fhoiwHiid Tnblc The ac copied tradition wits that these timid errs ijSKumvd the form of scais whith they could rcjUmiulsh at nuymomeilt by ilIvc riLK thomnelves of the seal skIns Only If while they were dis jmrting thciiKelvusI Itr quasi human guise thiIr simi Integuments were stol on Tor hliidcu iheW1ihl have to re min rat5 nmidiiw and could not rel sHine the form of swiW WoJnow on the autltiirKy of itiiuny a iong and legend thstt fllllngly or unwillingly a inau hilititS11t mrrtJrd At thH ka ufUhf 41t5lutJIue rca j but in the MHtoStJi nJrnnate par bluer era suaJ niuldins troublesome dlulse tlwio Wilt nu need rep a smut inumio deseuttt She quite COIn fortlbl lit on In id mind indeed had io unless slu found hcrxoalskin again thOughuntwimys longing like Ibctmet malil of IJaarlpuJ to become a sea dweller once nioro There is uuqneitionahiy a certain per tfc pro prlety In tire scJentlOc Identification of time menuald with tIre soil London Globe PILES let fowrttaft relief from ftr Simps fcaticttatmtf I Washington Comniiss Clrcul toners SaleII Elias Armstrong et al Plff VS In Equity Isaac Armstrong admn c Dft By virtue of a Judgment and order- S sale ot the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the October term lU07Jin the above style cause Itshall proceed to offer for sale on the premises in Washington county Ky ou the turnpike about half way be tween Tatham Springs and Fairview church on i t SATURDAY DECEMBER 14 1907 At2 clo kPlJor tliere about to the highest bilder at public auction upon a credit pfjjrfxjVand twelvemonths the fo1lowng dolicribeciprop erty to wit A certain tract or parcel of lard lying and being in Washington coun ty Kentucky and boundedas follows Beginning in the center of the Ta tham Springs turnpike at the mouth of Snyders road thence with said road N 13 w 1648 poles N49J w 2212 poles N 2Uj w Ji4 poles N 48 E 216 poles N 51 w 14 poles N 211 w 198 poles N 0 E 10 poles N 32 E 108 poles corner to George Snyder thence with his line S SUi E 216 poles corner to Tyler Brothers thence with his line- N 78 E 54 poles corner to Alfred thence with his line 23 E polesto2UU poles S 25 W 810Ies S 711 w2172 poles S54J4u 1772 noles S 721 w9poles S 36 vr 256 poles S 86J w 1452 poles S 50 w 1188 poles S 76 W 952 poles to the beginning contain inr 72 acres 3 roods and 31 square poles This land is situated on good turnpike veil improved well watered and nearly all in grass purhasersecurity or sureties must execute bonds bearing legal interest from ate of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment lien will be retained on land for which bond is executed Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these terms k LEACHMAN M C W C C CLOTHES A DTHE MANt Study the Lord of Creation and thel Things Ho Wears See the maui Pe wears a hat of straw stiffened wtth jjlne until It Is like a tin pail or of felt oc silk stlffeued with bum shellac untnltJlIke a cast Ironpot this unyieldH lbrim is a thick of harJ stiff leatlieiv rceuforced with inner bands of 1lannet 4Jcsult comprOssjon of blood vessels ixJlHh e scalp causingtiwTVfi perspiration head ache and baldness About his neck In summer Is n turn tlowu collar wiiich Is a high stiff elmee of eight thicliiiessesof starched linen This fits closcly Jleaving him unable to turn his head without great effort Imbeddedl in this and tied in ront In a thick uncomfortable bunch js a tie of Ireavy cotton 8r silk reen forced with linings of quiTted canton flannel nis shirt has a stiff unyielding front nf the flruiness of a priests brejist plate This must be donned with dex terity and wqhi with care lest It break r bond Ills waistcoat is made of eavy woolen cjdfh and in summer he wears one of heavier thicker am1 warmer ducV or ohovlot This warmth ntI thickness however are only In front where nature Inns already pro tected the lungs and he rt At back wherO protection Is required againstdraftior chill the waIstcoat Is Qf thn rnuslfi Tllsroat Is built similarly the fronts holing reen farced with lapels of many linings About his waist he bucljles a belt so tightly as to Interfere vvlth breathing ami circulation yet can rarely get it tight enough to Ubfeve its own pur pose For this reason he must wear sims ponders whh ptc prnh1Y the most nncomfortJi1ieHurment known lie carries a stltjk which has no pretense to nso or beauty lie has dozens of pockets Into which he never puts anything lie Imp buttons which Button noThing buttonholes which are not to be used He has strange jjewelry of clumsy In tent tireat buttons of uncouth shape must be thrust through stlllly starched layers of linen Collar buttons must lie lost an J hunted for He has Srngs on luis fingers pins In Ills scurf chalnsMUroKs his breast fobs dangling from his pockets and studs in his shirts 1I1Is not what he was created buts what helms created Is the man n savage No he Is the lord of creation Life MILLETS POVERTY LIncident In the Life of the Great French Painter sit sccnVnlmost incredible tinic MII IctipiiliitervVt The AngHns un Jfolh ef now woridvfamons pictures should have HiiflTered linn the npyerty that forms the hrisIRtftllc following story but If is a O1 tnyt he tIlth One dny Indeed he found hill without food In the hmoust f0 UfiuMf and his fam fly In his exrcsity Ilax offered to tale two of y lilcrs drawls to Tarl and malctyinrefto to sell ttfom Even lug emu the Mile Tnllly iinxipusIy uiv muting thtjlr friantVs retunK tf he entitle Imefc with iut uhe drawnVs it mount hriiSjl vili tiii iil TinnfrrV tn ted Night fellMhe faniily slttlffl In dnrkiiess Ixjcausc they citthiey chiild OUt nlTlt1 n light V- At Hst they heard tthe slumping o nhrs wooden leg as ho crossed the little paved court and his lusty voice calling out Light Light Whew t UH light The funnily hurtled toligut a tnudle nut even Vhlle the head of till old fashiuncd sulphur match stilt wa splnttorlng zhoWIR1l Span lard and Jiothlng if riot tempennnen tal slapijed down two Waives of Imjad on the lahle mitten another jlii quick siu esslon When at rust the candle was burning hdrcwoutoo francs all gold all save out1 piece which he lmd been oWlfced to chtmge In buying the broad TIc arranged the gold pieces in a circle IIRcn aroihnl the candle ending with halolt pHejtire unluipeU for lhiiKiiie If odltSI conld counLofa like thisJScry week IWonld you turn capitalistI re proaphfully nskOd4Diazr If tosnffer giaspur to genius is It n wondor that thesb BarblzjJn men wegl lItpniQterRQ JTr 0oRenunciation 2 V I topnrxJ lrsLnpsLiiWltb1nmdng gobntnhJOtlger bJtt tteflt Out iu 5hiusbrrnd hfgbt GoodnCrg Jo rJPUBLIC c J O331 I IIJAcIcsrQcK1C i Stable at LEBANON on Thursday ftishtt J f jt r atlO oclock afm rain or seLiet oiler for sae atvpoWici auctionI our entire herd of Jack Stock coasistingof i t i I K 40 JACKS aif Jt I 4 20 JENNITSt I 1HIyear 1 1 of Lady Mackin which won the chmpiomhi IIdam Worlds Fair St Louis as a yearling Alxf 1other premium winners IIWil also sella number of Standard bii 1 STERMCASHl f t i rI GIBBS MAlftNI 1Iu1 t 4 4 of CALL ON i l r t + IJDI t k V Itt t I INSURANCE pf V J fit you ficive Wmace vv r writj IrI r If you have any real estatil j se I V Iiion f f 11cal B DLdhet t g t I THE REAL ESTATE MAN J I SS CiI f r A list of jdeairable W thingtorf J county farms for ae No trouble tD l show pro pe rt to ProspeCivebuyers 4 d r fI tAadress I I i j If B a LAL 5 i i 112 17 Jfd5 I 2 1SPRGFiELDJiU I Ji f = rt o O t L If Most people know that if thy WT been sick they need Scott f Emtifc rtan to bring Jack health and tr ftk 0 But the strongest Point about ScojtyjfaJi z Emulsion is that YoudontcutaW o sick to get results fronit r 1 3 It ke psupthathletes strength puts fat dto n people makes a fretful baby happy JMing ol toapalegirrcheeksand pt J- C vents jIfe 0 Food concentrated form for jiclc aW f O well young and old rich and poor a us g e And it conffinssno a drugs and4iJ OAU DRUGGISTS 5Jc AND1OOS 2 6666t666A6 t riciping Hana WUtn time foielgn mlsslonary had concluded lila talk he made the usual oSpeal for contributions ljpevor BiuSdlI Conilnjr tip to the plotform vlth- seveKil otbQfi a lUJlk boy inoanted to thiot vel ofkhoilecturer and hasten- mug ttowihuj hunt sntII- tPieaseirit nmi very mutjm Interested Iuyou lbtre Gcton my5lIttIe P1nriamIanulp Ioiinni encouragingly u want J help W thaKPOd workh it Nor exnrJly sir saIul5Jii boy What wnnt to knlbw It yoJI army rej nKTainps yotloimfautlI Success MnjrJzlne i I Z ImleunTheodore U right tftrJln J IIhave metyour rather Jfnd Htte irtok one another nt once5 He t tCUJ tar as to borrow tlO ot Sur ly inc tjtnt refuse me your bund nfr that fcdlthpory Im tfmhTtlmflnt madi ti lines s orrtl tiiI UidiIiue iUi0u t the 110 and nald lUjfttJ r jjlvif you Up thutjoi were totKejiy jiaif London SScrnps six I Her OpporuritytIve come to filvunot siaa IndeedS Jf f Antil Mould yoiwe JJtVe 1- 1reteroumcnltt1 1f j2oftes ttl- Tl1t ac5stne wsy est b uuVor MsCte I bate thIt woiuauM1f + Z w T1KerosenThe vtuto pf iJeroseue af ft v tiyO against mltestka been bnnn JomnuiiuijA clnmpi ayo ap tilt sauife fofoj jS48f hi If Ill n stuall can vltlit tfi olU u tjrh ztyh sert aawdfnary laj p vk llviithe wick to baugdowa flpSctb U51 thIS vitlte a iluiu ueit foe the fos n at5 Suqim a heigimt4iint ch bmI in pus Ill through will toac ib lrlpptng utcl Ihiis a r r ttlropsbf kertna te tea bessAiii the constant beneat iie k it Ill Ueen fjSlir aboupth cqs uimtii tIa mItesSf l iet DamryiMs Do not ot In ii h4abost sti n to fnoeoered hi early morning bette t Irst ol Sol thaw ofiue frotfbabie the eew early eu ys It humped isp hIvlag jmux 1Ilt1tIm fee S1IQ Spuur tk4T- twwt be muisktsi ky osfat SattiIri lbs wintir wlM oo aaeb e apptlte 1s j lt l to bear wti a N7 Xtstd cow T irmi t11B1fRTOfm i ITEETi1 I IiN11 PA1NII Block upflJ 1 jtl J I tStIELD KY AM Eentir Jpork Strictly rf 1 J Firstclass 4ii1 ADJ c iJ1UDJ r If tlhiC II iud Surgeon I L Office hoursBtoJQauj 3 ei iit 1t92pmSt JIJitiM over Bky dons Drugstore fi ilW J L c it U Eiton M n ttJOffice m Owra House io ty t I ottIcerkeN No O V F4 i Residence No 384 iy r tl EJIGRIOSBY ifJ x tirORNEYATLAW 1 OWcepvw Peoples BanU 1 SO Wr spuNGFIELD KY jiI J iBtRoBA MW FYAT TioBARDS HYAlTr r Pkysicians infl SSurgeons E I v IJ 1 Office dyer C0W Bagan s groV bN fr cery opposite Presbyterianti L- eI chiirih i k1 Div W1oPHYSICIAN AND SufeN T i t ii t Office over R vdon Bobert l eons Drug Store v Cl taPhones Office 115p Residence 172r B tir j i j JOHNYSMAYSfl sld 14 FUNERAL mECTOR b t HD LICEHSEfl EMBALMER Iii cur 1 TELEPHONElDAYI19IN1QHT T4 If7 e KairoildSched le t VvoUowiog isthe time schedule I i hOW in pjieQt on the Bardstowb nd SpintieIdbrancli railrOadF HNo 41 Leayes Louisville atas43O p m Ba1 dstownJnctionn d 22 pm Bar stownt606 pm y wrives at apringneld 70o p n No 42TLeaves Springfield at W fi20 ntt Bardstown 607 amIi iups rrlVes atLouisyille 740ani e No 43 Leaves Louisyilie at b I 820 am Barclstown Juntulon Q10 ain Bardstown 1100 am wriyes atSpringfield 1230 pIDi No44 Leaves Springfield a es- iOOpm4 Bardstown 220 pmtef Bardstown Junotion 485 pmiLouisville 54i i rrives at ptn 1rNoSpringfield at 715 am Bards l town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 935 am Iar t No 91 Swats onlyLeaves i Iiouisville at 6Bar dIJanctiOD 646 pm ini 7O p marrivei Springfield T 825inj t f ICEB L lll KILL w COUCH IL ARCURI 1ELUNCD WITH Dr IIngsrei NewD coverT I t I FOR cIOQrlH oDs PRlCE EiIrbijaANDALLTHROTAWNCTPS GUADS SPAGIOIL- t Ir t oz MONEY BE1NDE- Dd Noug Hunters aw edtht ths JIiutmg on their eeclive airn- l and tnat thA Iajgaiiist tres- o l I Vpas jviiL be rigidnforced 3en 1iwards JinLIaycs I r wi R A SpILUu1 Dee Riley 4 PGrundy Osca Walker 4LSIceans Vt 1 liMayV CG0 W Ruell flenryoCl SuIOlel WhitC11O1SenIJohn Staton M Coyle VJake Kimberlin G abe1 v B CocanougherJ rolin IV Goraon Statthi1 9AIEN UPU p4p 1 that wilwe Irbm5 t685 poundt and 4otted Owner cahaye samE bypayingfoIkeepijjd torla- drtmetherl1 L JRD 4 PTV1 XhouEand of zne u4 women alflwalks o1ife ar stering tro- t ki4ney anbaddertrotes Done t nelect yr kidreysDe1fty ddaugerouSDeWits idney an- F EladdqrIlIi aorduic relief tor all fornf kduey bd bladde- troqbU Aweeks tr4mcnt 2S iold byTRcd Crpss Stor Jack aiu4JiU wer bot1quiIc III N each are well Lnwiser FordaRc1 beadachejVe to o Weft tlier take an E1y- rcDeWiti Lithe Jiarl3 Eistr Pills a old by The RedCross Urig Store A mV jI u l ToWN Stffciy Wlto JmiiIilllNrW frrfrJ LocaS Happenings oT Interest 11 The Freshest and Latest II lrrFrlendsflMWM 1 Fpr cutlery that cuts seJ BarbarTdefhaer twoepbe A Burn4 lias some nice nigi ariii gntnules for sale game the trrnftonts aodg um Rprons small assot tmejit 150 to 5 ai3- upBarbers y- Wm 1sblptOysters f QJl wiczr ahsays refe tWoibes aiMc and Stiad rs Leon vv d Jim rated tiu Ji1 Widub1eJL Brbeistea dayonwhich and mime pigs r rl citiEoSoalschipt oystersMesh Always the best at fc Troy ShademV Remember Saturday is one of noun dap fur bar ins at Law riage mces grocery Sad Bu- roceriesof all kinds akccst place sing out to quit business at the WleDesigroc rv noon teriithndard Jrt cel1ance 3 perbersone JlrsjVi Leachman Spring Ky has s etinf pure PLrOnzoturkysfor salenei heref beaIldanrantsafldcitroncircleMcElroySuaddrV win have for sale a purevJrear s bc- d DoImn Ohiia bJ take v H Leai rotSptl1 rBuNij RSALEA gistmSaudt lene engine JflVgood con itiol1 and Will sell tah6rg itJ old C 1fJDE4R gin yuhenmakingI ce met nseihe bestlraiseri GJc1erIA What McElroy ShadErfri The folowing marriag4ceilot were issued whrkinkston and Miss Effie tidv ards Mr Erastus Perkins and Miss on ilossie Armstrong R i For sale at cost one jburglar d tire proof safe andJL com tiug scale money weight the ocd as neiNtplatttlrm scales good sha cheKp at La wrmli gmoceiyV has j The infant child of Mr and and Irs BrnbkRudd died on Mon iy and was buried T atLSJ H Jonihick oo Tuesday morning fact lympithy lsi extended tbe beJaved yoon father and mother had frLost old rational Biink and Walker ion i4iiihts a ladys black woolen prcketeturried to the undersHwedWa t Mrs Oscar Walker mid coLoSTOnSpriugtield a package pontain ming a night gown at pair of scissors a thimble arid two hand kerchiefs ybicn worked Binder werIbeing leave samelat fficeV l 4dOWlhouse on Macjjvilie street II Mvlenient location to Graded School w I rent farnrshpd 0 urnishedt lRor further infor- iation c lJ on the dndersien at i tt the house1 MRS j ALLIE Eppteusc 1 Mt4LnI rorbet a well 1now1liJil1 IQ i1rbbf MantOn l t1rl bbrhp i t edsudd e f t l dnftonwile nnd f fcr jpgvn chIdre iilad wasabLUt ears oj mg Che funeral sLrVice were liel 4tdamon en TU6S ymorning ad the bt4riaIto0kl place ati- 6b RoseJ t 1 for Sale tt Brouz Turkey i StX iPifl pure bred for s 6 p alsctdme pure bred Buff O fngton i ickons r Mrs C Ri Ciementsjj Rf d 10 5 Spliogfi014i lelybtnr 171rEILLd1loOg iTOPIG8eIII i Springfield WinV he SprimrfiId bowling team ted the Lebanon team best out of three gams on Oam Ihtbut tie home other two games margin only LabanoIIsecond by four pins was as foniUwg McPhersin TJed Jaglor4 Frock Kelle ffred Baker j John Jaglpwu pringfi ld A1lD unuorp RoberlsI Shultz Theo Uampbeil and ll Waters t The nest game between those ms will be played next Fri night on Lebanon alleys promises to be very ex ng as these teams haye botu n a gaine apiece 1ldr1 I ingtbeapproachinr marIoft their daughter Miss iE Ray to rMr Everett Ester The wedding ih to take on Wednesday December eleventh at twel e ocloCk in the Springfield Presby an church Rev R E 0- wson the regular pastor is toi formtbe ceremony sst M jyethe brideto be is of JSpringbeds fairest iTatebtthI ghbo1ng towns or as far as acquaintance extends Her uty and vivacity make her attraction in every social and hercharming presence Jii be missed from Sptingfiel ial Tpcles when she goesf upjier abode in her new d iri Mercer ccfuntyt Mr g Js a son of the late Mr rod and Mrs B stcrof Mercer county and is a sterling d young farme living at the fiubja Buster homestead Del r Bur I where hewill take his fairi ung bride to reside N Married T wedding yhicfr waVSome of a surprise tlthrunwuiy- endsiii the town and eountv s that of Miss Mollie B Tay Itht and Mr Robert 0 Uanarv ich took placq at the home ofc J A Johnson Springfield 1 last Thursday evening Rev f E 0 LaVrsoh officiating Both the bride and the groomt arewell and popularly known i throughout the community and NewsLender join with their ltl many friends in wishing them t uch happiness Mr Canary J recently moved to town from the Canary has rented the Leachman property on Lebanon street e is engaged in the cigifimanu 1rlDg bpS tne ahere with Mr A Johustcin Mr long been regarded analYI ieudsandacquaintances as anI batchelor beyond redempt h nce the occasion of sur ise at theannouncemento h- iaddng The bride is hirewie nativereitlthit of this countyi has friendsrnany tuat lghur areII Died in fjew Mexico Wordwasreivedby relatives here last week offtbE death at Preston new Mexico of Mrs Jane Thompson li former we Vi known resident qf tliis COUQV Her death oceurr ll ptlNIvtw r r I A Few ii Artil fOP ChristmasP3rosent Jewel Cases Puff Boxes Plateau SoapBoxes vf Talcum Jars Manicure Sets Toilet Sets Lamps Electriceres Seth ThoniasVC1k I Silver Services Silver Berry Bowls Fruit Bowls Chocolate Sets Tea Sets- Baking Dishes Chafing Dishes iV Fernerys Cut GlassVCut Glass BowlsV Cut Glass Napkins Cut Glass Vases Cut Glass Salt Pepper Cut Glass Punch Bowls E 23th at the home of her son Mr om Ihbrrrbson The deceased as the widpw of Mr John Thompsop whd was accidentally killed by being thrownvfrom bJ- sbujiyou the road betweent Springfield and Lebanon about lVLeeflyears of age and was born andl reared in this coupty beitfg the- augtterof t1iethteTJ J Mont amflery Besides her son TortSlj TocbpBoq of New Mexico Thompson isV survived by ai daughter Mrs Silas Lossdon n d another sr11 Mr Joe A Thompson of tbisiCouutyTbeL remains were buried aPkestoy- vlextcm l Notices i VVSV- IVT3tiCe o tJSupervisors ofichyi taxes for ct6v of Spnngtield KywnI in Cession at the office ofth cityt clerk ut 2 o doe t p a onIj Tupsday December 17rh 19D7i for the purpose of making an ex aminiitAon of toe Oily Assessor- S S books and receiving com pl fro l property owners frith refer ence to the asseissment of to th eir property for jetty i4i4 Io become due and pttyuble in the yeir 1008 V VS G M McChorji City CJlsrk A Fine Boar For Sale I will sell ajt farmers jmde on my herd Boars 18 months oldel 10f fine breeder of lIar ge n I am also ffering Sep 1tembnr fi1fowed boars choic e 4onesCome and see themor Ayrler JE SHEIy f SpriigfleJirr I JrVV Jf Dancrl mlD M1g 1 toWbeitnotPeanger in taking some unn 5th r 04preparation Fojev s honeid apTar yiires Quoghsl cold yteventa piieuraonlc The genuine ia inycl1QW package HefUbC substitutes SoM ltyVthe Red Oros j Drug StoreV iiiI Ut w gS iVrQSH II BUSINESS ly rt iITpOin FRIENDS AND PATRONS AIJIB V t 9he fact hat all ths WHOLESALERS D- EJ MAND a settlement of accounts in from TEN J flay knd not later than THIRTY DAYS from dJe 50f purchase ftrcetO adopt the same ian in ordehto safety and properly conduct our brit as the core ON AND A PTER JANUARY Ijst 1908 pUR TERMS WILL BE prompt settlement of account the FIRST trustyouIII ffmQntb following date of PQrd1a e We 1I I l II gflSuing a continue of same we beg to remain 11 VYours Very Truly MElroy Sha rii- II DjamondzV Ipatches Signet Rings Brooches rNecklaces 1ILockets Lorgnetbii Fobs Gent ChainsIMasonic PinsV Knight Templar Pins Knights of Columbus Pins Cuff ButtonsVCuff PinsVBelt Buckles Hat Pins Thimbles Variety Bag CombsTea 1Sygar1I Knives and forks Vsouvenir fiL RUSSELLLJV 1willIets FFCNALV llIIMr George Robertson was jin I Lebanon Tuesday IMr Frank Willett spent Su ufday and Sunday with his parent at Pleasant Grove Miss Mabel Thompson of Pleasait Grove is the guest joff Mrs Huhie Noe f ljNiss Margaret I6halof jMackvillev was in town last SaturdayVV Mr Mack Gundy WAS in Biuumfiold SundajSMr Slvest9rVRussell of Lebanon spent Sunday here Messrs John Wyqoffand Walter Huiiie of MackVille lent Suoddv here Mr Harry Smith s rVi j rdstownlion gVflVWaSin town one day lastt r weels Lii tie Nellie Reidel is very ill with pneumonia Miss Sadie Maye was in Lou tsvil1e a w days thR veek- M s JAB RoBards Mt Toes j day for daroilsburjir aUVi rcturV here Tuesday orI MayesBuster wedding Vednes d Va7asMri i returned to BHch field after a visit VMrsH Lanvwn ntfrnankssiving vacation with her fister Mrs John Brpwnat Leba nonV VSMisa Mary HVrdon is yisiting friends in Lebanon IM Jim Thjomps n of Bards town was heeV0fl business Tuesday ff v VVSr Messrs Harry Shultz Hcod Cunninghaln arid MarshmilIii can attend d the dance atr New Hope last Thursday nightV 1Mtssrs Joe Polin Henn RiyHty Ruel Posted Vilti l Rissell Jim Shultz Scott Mr Ctb1SakeraRolrtson win PSnmnSt Clifford Roberts and Ji Join M Spildiag1 attmded the ropt ball game atj Lebanon last Thursday Mr Joe Harmon and wife Mack ille werein town Monday Miascs Margaret Spaidhig ai S ella Sirams att nded the foot ball game at Lebanon on le Thursday Mr Wallace Duncan has returned to State College aftei spending several days at hbn MrS 3 D Rodman of Louis yule is visiting Mrs I H Thi man and other relatives herO Miss Nannie Ray Thurman oj Lebanon is visitiug Mrs 1H Thurman Mr Frederick Manget of Lou isville spent several days vith his wife who is visiting heir parents Mr and Mrs John W Levris Mrs Dixie McJKann yotATina Ill arrived last we t to makE CJirkIllon friends hero who welcome her asV a citizen of Springfield f 1Cormshvine giving with Mrs Amanda Foster JudgeIILr2hurman and family will lleave Monday for Henderson ville N Cv to spend the winter Mr William F Moran and family will edo to Hendersonyille tne first of next week to make their hjme indefinitely for the bene3tof Mr Morahs healthV Mr Moran is one nf the sub stantial fdrmers of Valley Hilt and the community and friends throughout the county will regret losing him and his family j Mr and Mrs James Allen of Bloomfield spent Sur dayf with Xr and Mrs W WV Mrs Thomas W Simms audi daughter MissFlaget hUve returned from Bardstown Junction after a weelts visit with ifcelati vesVHon W D Claybrobke has Ireturned from Scottsboro Ala Messrs CH Mclntire L B Pain L D Baker and Robertson Jr att ngof the Knights of njghtIIat Lebanon Tuesday Miss Margaret Edeten has been with her fa her Birmingham Alabls inIIto MissOarrie Edelen- t Mr A C MeEt oy was Louisville the first of the week ill Mrs with pneu Misses LouisVviUeMOndayI I Simms were in Mis J A Tong who under went an operaion at rR C VicGhords infirmary removal of cancer ofthe breast n turned VI ib her mefJturday ninth improved in healthV Thanksgiving Miss Louise VUVItier sister I Mrs Sue Knott visited daughter Ernestine at Ma rbelII last Thureduy 1 Mrs 0 N COoeris guest ott Mrs W F Spaldtng in Leba hbd Mr and Mr J W T Thanksgiving ajt ofCentralIl I Messrs Jack tJohn Shuck lIcE roy JJntversity spent Thanksgiving aoation with their home JLf oiks J IJBon a s Mayes spent iTbanksgivin ftt Lexington n with his son Robert to see the foot ball game betwee State College and Central University Robert returned home witb with bis father and remained until Monday fii INotice To Our CDstoaers J We are jleased to announce that 1te1 ed by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or- ther liarmf ul drugs and we recom imend tt as a sate remedy for children and adults Sold by the Red Cross JDrug Store l irds In Foul Weathsr 1 There Is nu old saying In England thatiA slngo magpie In spring Foul wwitithcr will bring Like many other familiar sayings this is founded on a close observation of the habits of the birds Their In stlnct tells them when a storm is corn lug and one stays on thoniest to pro tect the qgss or the young tIf they have beeU hatched while the other goes off 5 search of food In good weather both birds go on the search sea gulls fly to the land during a storm not because they afraid of It but because the fishes on which they live principally leave the surface of the water while the storm lusts and go below The gulls must hlcsollle thing to eat however so they fly to the land and feed on the worms and Inn 4 that thornln drives out f the ground petiols ou tIle contrary fly wit over the sea during a storm because they feed on thg Insects that are tb be found in abundance about the spray of the waVest 1Acting Proverbs The best way to play this game Is ofror the players to divIde themselves Into two groupsrimmely actors and audience Kuch nile of the actors will Ildthennx upon a proverb which he will act in turn before the audience As stfor IiistahceV supposing one of the play ers to have chosen the proverb A bad workman quarrels with his tools he goes IntO tho room when the iudl ence Is seated carrying with him a a bag in which there is asaa ham Iemu1 or any Implement or tool used by a worlJmaiiK He should look around and flnd a chair or some other article lrwhtcl1 he should pretend require re pairing lIe should then act the iwrk4 man by taking otrhls coat roHlngtUp fhis sleeves and commencIng work often dropping his tools and grumbling about them the whole time ItIf thls gnme be acted well ItnMi be made Very entertaining The audi ICllCQ must gess the proverb acted anfll may utter a time change places becoming aqtorer wblliPthe actors are audience In turn and guess the prbvertaij performed before them pe Wltt Carbol JJi1te M Its good 1p 7crts IOvoiitost1 t l J lla4uIaI ftiplyl tO biIa BLASHIHG JP bl1i aIi1k C1t- adMesO Ue Suits Uo B yiUILJ OIL wVSek irt jinr trIofII o IS pd FR1-B r sure yo Mo bayiwe anu7tSf ftt UMw line Hiffh Art viollMt for nMo awithe Palmer Garment Tor woiD are both included in th Wiare offering Bargains Pros EYery Departmentall We are just receiving an alii cli Xmas Handkerchiefs Glove Neckwear Suit Cases Suspenders Las S9k Waists cc Specials For lonoif TiesAy ui fttaAqf lot 4HOpe Coton lOc not over JOy to rinnaw Yard idc V5ro 0 tton focaboatwTifZ72 inch beached Linen D aask 90c worth tMTnet ch bleached Linen i anaH 66e iw b s- LaH s ilanne1f too waists 60cwor4fcl Silk waist iii Black and Colors 4 98cworb J ITbRdbertsonClaybrMkeCoi J LINCORPORATED CASH BUY AtteIIIO i Forthe next 30 days We willl make ISpectalPric sForii i on our entire stock of goods r There never wasA tone vto your go further thaa t WYnllllIf nov the mooey and propose to move our goods urfI us show you sone barytas iiClothing Shoes and Dry foods t iiGRU8DY MoIB r 4 t4 1 thIfiiAiAiAi jI iiiiSt I IthoceryiIIt t Having bought the CampWl sryk li purpose to add a ned fresh Ms e 1i Staple taiid fancy rerIc5 1 I and mo tre p ctfulljr solicit a Ui of ths 40ni a patronage5tJ i i1L jnwi11aoc dct a wIVl t bopUelwiflkdUaIkai l r rfi Jwtwi Stitted Isili I Wi Mye t ttd J F T COXWhO1SWW iS51q4wh- iCanold fit J eFNrju1ukt V Wt Earnest Coxr JU e odol J i r Tr N EtSL RbEfi W KNOVTW I ft FL4 prise ina TheUr ftb fHHte w i in iiut rittfl 1SconThni hsbehd foiudaneW wd1 trea dr23d Amen v Ithuwatism wit piaiio v ry 1ay diug 1 A in diug tore1h pbyiDdeedtportbce to ii I cIi ii v s only fe mon 110 TyneIyeVeiv IQS tbe country even 3 Lb Pt iiiiia isa nc h LM thspidid re- auThj bivd It i so smp1e- t thst Dy o efl prepare i at- horn BuhIIIcost5 It i so- It is made upaas IQIIows Get m any good prscription- Sw FIuid BxtacDande Sg ounce Compound Tc Compour- nthreeources abbttle aud doses alter i1Nie These t iIIg4euso- 1utly harmL- 1itI cost as every oe iipbowofdeiugedth thkIdIto Lbl for weisiS b4ou dccsuiposes andS Iposslb and bttte joicts cauthg the untoJd suffr aud Ideformity 01 rheuma prJcrption is said i b 1r my a aingeeausing and said pr1SSa1mob immediate regivesa JiTh1 ble lornisr Of bhidd rIpeoieaieaa anSYork paper 0gaiflst thfas thiUIfries r 0 LlsLtJ Tblrhzne glv aid uai5n of Mgt13 rulers be ai1 Ffrst Williamrwandy by ttstW11Uru bis son Henryrt the aadHentn 53JflflI JOb iveryEng1tshsb1Ip IiU Mrt apirareL In 1S7Sj JIay was 1resli4eqt It bino thbPoetDispatchpWithgton 1rt to the W1i1- tgfJkI SI came Aaa Mt ton the list John Adams shLi siae of Junes Madison next v- tettQLJLts as L MOn a I IAa4iL44rnsmi trx Xhow self Aa4rw Jackfcon was placed in thei JI j54e1tr iM next we inct Martin Van Burer tfSiw H HarrfsonB name Ah meet tSjV9MM death gave John Tyler the coveted ers HMi J 4 tKw Po1kas the nations c cLJi4J i X t for Zachary Taylor she gave her e55voleed4 A i goWeejwret 1e4 r 1t1more 7AM ct Prankllri Pierce the distinction TJmBtnanthe j wiy IVW tic JUvrabam Lincoln prepared the lTor we4JhIi j v- J jMrt riom gar Andy Johnson a t chance- vj A t th1ghteentbs name was Ulysses S Bfranfs U FI itrti j TtM next was Garfleld a man without te trick jits jliir jhoUM4 Arthur served nearl yW3 tour reariStS Ts MtoUpiced by Cleveland a aian with ettfeerL Isr vrtth IcameBenjamin Harrison graLfather hnt T UAi4veryMtI Iu4amMcK1n1ey wascIectd t 0 tIai5 NMr its TheodoreRoosevelt and rye run ut4c rhymtii i + Th Self Peeling Banana ThE5uflkIr based upon the same pHadfrte aff that of making an egg go tM TSN yUrjrtUrqgglr thQ neck of a de w Miter although the hole may Je MMdkr t1sa B the egg An explanation ei5S4perfin txiirp Okea dean v l r aaaldrop a piece or lighted paper iiirtde This io warm the interior Mid createvat partial 4auum The 4ickiy and tightly close the opening K te stuffing into it the end of a hard 1 I we egg without a shell or a raw mJK after tie shell has been softened bi eaM of vinegar 4t the end of a fcW Mcod the egg will become ttiin awl longes and wlll shortly drop rr detetkeentryof the air tno- 44el4ltet1J r JlijMit peeling banana take a ISgfe aiid warm liip Interior air jpwf r a Uttl alcoholic spirit into Pit 1 r ajrot lug ajlgllted match jln the 5r Before the Interior canliecomo f ff tM iw cc by thrustluK JJn ah nanat on the skin of you bart made some longitu i The baMiuL which must twIll giWninto theb i I CMNs t 1ILI Id e1 Creiiir Ver ijc1oaUcbeues Jtjioi oly Wih the but rewov Vh4t CU a e bkhxflthsWat1os oathc child 1mil4 a k1 N he r SPORTING WORLD t pat Carliali Indian Football Team Th QarHTtr iiidlau footbaH eleven proved oni of the sensational stir of the present gridiron season great victories have pinfeed the- mr1gpeS among the lcndetS iDtl1e w In this country They are nitoguale UnJpeedi and diplngta taThuirvarsity tdanfSkUsfed a general opening 60 MOUNT PLEASANT QUAKTEBnACK Q4Bir LISLE TEAM eyes aida deal of wondering vherc e sun dancers wouM stop Theirtt strong showing against Princeton was be expccted after defeating thett Pennsyl vaulaus Their defeat or the vaunted Harvard elee was a distInct surprIse Irobaty even Jo the Indians themselves the Cadibridgeltes at that time re high In favor as a champlbuship ityIv 7 Gotch Roast this Big Fighters Frank Gotch champion heavyweight j eatchascatchcan wrestler of America uphmgtusmnumber of boxing lessons from Tom Ryan Speaking the matter ho It looks soft Frank meant the esent crop of heavyweights barring ck Johnson did not appear forinlda and that a good man coqld wade thrOugh the bunch Continuing he said I am only twen tynine years old am big and strong d If I do say It myself exceptionally t with feet and hands antI am sure tI afi game the heavy teigfits of today do not compare with Jim JetS Bob Fitzsimmons Cotbett or KSharKey If ther did I would ste r cleat of the fighting game But who tliere to bent Burns is a little woo off though a good fast one 1 presume Clever and ii strong hitter Schreck recent was beaten Kaufnjuuu find the remainder of heavies are not worth taikhi q x Cricket Decision In an English cricket game one of batsnten got his leg in frontf of a straight ball au1the bowler instantly called liows thut The umpire sucked his pipe in a bcr wlldered fashion opened his mouth ut It again and dldntspeak Come whats the verdict wae ked j v To telFt tcuth A4i dont kIiOvm lnswered the aid man kilve it oneway or the other any jHold hard a bit while Ah go Into t refreshment tent an have a guss o beer My own head is a bit addledau want a drink jIThen to die auiusement of the play he strolled to thrtent suppedhl beer atid cjurie IwcjcVith thi light of Intelligence oil lh l1 face Ye cap go du he saldhm not into calla man out after o glass ti gopd beer r r Cleaning Marble clean stAined marble take two parts of common washing Sofia one part of finely powdered pumice stotid and one part of powdered chuik sift through a sieve and mLx It with war then rut It well all over the mar ble and the stains will be removed ash tlie marble over wltliV welted sdap and hot water and It will be as dean as It was at first Keep ButtcrFresh Butter may be kept fresh Indefinite JtDr the following method Wrap each roll lun piece of olean muslin and tie securely Then puck the rolls In a erode of brine that will float an fgg Weight down with a clean stone over av heavy Jilsjte wmlclng lure that the rolls are well cofered with brlrie C DO YOU GET UP f IJiWITB A I AMB BACK Kidney troubje Makes You JJiscrable- Almost everybody who rends the news papers is sure to know of the wonderful lJrlKilmerslRpot the great kit ney liver and bladel der remedy It is thegpeatmed l ical triuinph of tlie nineteenth cejitury discoveredafterynatof by Dr Kiliner tli eminent kidney anj bladder specialist and is wouthiftthh successful in promptly curing lame back urice acid catarrh of the bladder and Brights Disease which is the won form of kidney trouble Dr Kibners SwampRoot is not rcc- llommcnded for eveitlziiiibuti1ou1la- ekidney liver or bladder trouble it will l found just the remedy you ned Jl has been ttested in sO luany ways iuhospital work aud in private practice and has proved successful in every case that a special arrangement has tbeeil made by which all readers of this paper vlig have hot already tried it may have a sample pptt1e sent free by mail also n book tell iug more about SvampRpot aud how to fiiidoutjfyouhavelidflCyOrbladdertrOlis ail1gtiJtttaddrcssth Co rJiliner 1 ItJ choTopit OOlidcheckearlf atesusDbUtedntlCS will cure even a deeply seated cold but fitted sttendhats why they are called Prevcntlca JriMt Preventleiaro llttloQuuly Cold Cums No Quln plineebhidrenand thoroughly safe too If you feel aLuPreventlesusualsckness And dont forget your chillU1 state thfTb Is lcverlhness nlgltor day 1lere ably lies Preventici greatest efllclency Soul In boxes for tho pocket also in 25c boxes of 43 Trercntics Insist on your druggists gIving Jou fevcnticsRED CROSS DRUG STORE WOMAN WORSHIPS FIRE tier Idolatry Made Her Happy Though It Drove Dcucrs Away For nearly sixl years I tiavtexbeeji a worshiper of fire the poorest and clean est element on earth said Mrs Au gusta Maler of New York city f x UI have been burning on my table In my room two flames which repre iXhQSeThrough my belief In the worship of Tire r have been made a happier WQf1J and although I luc my daughwan ters I cannot bring myself to recede i from religion to retajn their love Cal Because their mother refused to alan is don the practice of fire worship at oftI3ssEeparent and taken a new abode Sw Mrs Maier remaius In the old apart gun Two lumps vhich Mrs ijaler with This kept burning for six years as port of her htual ofJhe worship were burn rig brightly I tau Mrs Maier who Isa botanist au ture thor of several tliemes on mathematics aud afouc time was governess In a the family of distinction Declared shlI hIs bcilbf lonworshipi Not only are the two burning lamps a a menace jo the Safety of those 11iO wiier live In the aine biiililug with motheri in said one pf the daughteis but weoj Ject ti thAtpnrt of the ritual pf her re the Iglon whlfrli makes llf necessary Iori The her tonrhm ouch Jiioniing before dawn lean Inl f I SERVED NOTJCE OF SUICIDE ito MrWomanH rs IfndShoDid jshej tbprNew York studio of her daughter Mrshib rJaaelpbiqturned on the gns nail killed herself only Mrs Wyman whoe last address tsahlo Jjphltiseparated from lifer husband Walter Wyinan a wealthy Chicago coal met haut for twelve years When thoyifarted sbeheft her three laughters faror an artist In whose Htudlo she killed lieifelf and Florence fantl Lorefaz now IH Europe She hat iIotercltI1t1ren for years jtitt Miss Caro called home to ntuMd11tlId funeral of her uncle R Jntil LVWy man of YoiikunnvkiHQiyby a fall from a battleship In thvv Brooklyn nay yard went to iitsi stnpio and was sur prise l to moet bur mother there AC a few wordG the dangatcr left to golerI Yonkers kjnVliig her uiothor hi studio It being iiitt4rstood slid was toI Jtot J tPhilip 3P1 West HunI f dcd and NInth street 5Tcv Vork nstrJaummoiicd to tthe telephone He hai n Song heM a frlarid and as such Mrs yrJ AVyiiian ssild she Inn culled hlui up toltj iiay she Intended fo commit suicide hi tft Jfcr dflUguer8 fitudidT fJ VJit he said Im goiuj to kill Jifiyself JVf- YtrII1ItR111t jciay tq thestutllo In the il KltoflMjx f NMrlIVymanbcr put Ia the i out Iby fIr IJfTESD TO IOfD EVElimilNa1 und aftor telling her not to do tiny 31thingiluent BeltevlnV she would not entryX tkoutl t forgott uboAit the matt r until the nextt tiny Tlicri thinking of the inoamc of the iilKht JKsfpre hu decided It mlglH Ie1m well to call ou Miss CR10 at itch studio He found it locked Several nttcmpt to get a respou u from within faihjs Mr Dean went tQ tho East l1ft1li t street OIl C stf pn tuna asked that the ease b luvesSgiit rd White there lie recalled heTJnon Ise to leave the key In the letterbox nudi returning with a iioLc mail found siio hail boen true to h6VI 5cer4l The 8UUIi lay dead on n lotiiievith a 7gasEightenSkeleVcns In Hio Closets In dirlug up tile Inborttoryt or tLi late Dr John Stolze orulitgJ r lit lstJ thiiiiAverIud in closets In vj OJl s of tJ iiulldlng sending thejg nienJh luto hysterics Dr Stpizo grtthj ltb islceletoas dirlnt hfs long career nitkl nntl Patent zitedt4Is mn- i fwore carthJtpett i I In one grave klg I = PEOPLE OF tHE DAY New Ambassador to Berlin r David J Hill who has been sen by the preVdent to succeed Qr chtlrlemngue Tower at the rt pf Berlin Is the present minister The Hngue r mil 1J in many ways unusuallj for tb0 peat He is a profound fiJ ofrvfojld politics and dlpla 1 ilugitjst nnd a man of pftictleal erknec iii diplomatic Intercourse hnvlntff iT euta numhor of years oah1 0e UecameConnectodwltli the t flfcpurtineut wjien Jdhn Hay WUJI Pit 1AVD ritif HILL led from the London embassy s i to bcome secretary of state an Dj Hill remained assistant secretary stute until when upon his bwnttlpn he was appointed minister to 0itzerlandthieprepnration f a work doalins the history of contemporaneous diplomacy which upon Jts completion- t promises to be one of the most Import pnblicxtiona hi this field of literai ty His request for the appointment to legntfou at Berne was caused by desire to study the rich material thetsubpect in the Swiss archived d having exhausted it he expressed wIShto be transferred to The Hnsue t he expected another rich yield the archives of the Netherlands His wish was granted in 1JOl At recent arbitration conference at Hague he was one of the Amer delegates IASucC4Mful Wall Street Plunspr l Wall strwfftHcw operator tti 4itod tQ vc nade n fprtuilc of froni 3000000 5oXXJ within less thin a year Walker la a bear and rnade his tlrnt asIe to up nce then hi lhe fHW of tOO greatest ospnrIty the comifry has ever known has boon consistently and st lly a Lour in the uarket Mr WajLv stillIn young man he iJlthirty ehs a self made linire f wentt from Chicago J 11IUXDT KIm t ew York about five ore c ypnrsno had iirovlously 0PC1tedjhLkttgoI the hrokpraeo biminoss oii nunia 9slohiof tliw ey York Stock ExchausL lAVheu he Inndotl In New Vork he JUHf sonic inouoy to begin with hut Wall street soon broke him lIe V5 1enne1I Then ho maiTo up his CClWOUIachildren Called Fairbanks Charlii Thh is Lucy Hpward awl with words till arm of the lull Vice pVesIdent ofthe United SUtos r icbct and a firm hand met that of Mw Young Im8 er schoolmate of thel mm who In his boyhood days ltvMl It Woodstock just outside Urbaiin 0 Yes and you are Charlie Fait hanks arent you smiled heck Mrs BUBspr once tin plrtymatq of the mah wo aspires to sit In the White flouee How an you John shoutudtl tie president 6er the lioada of group of local liuuinttrieH tp a rotrtf- thirnly aged man hoUlillHg along the njvI Jh illness nut toll Wrred- Why hello Charlie aud with OH iords the old scliooiuwte Wln t tile vlco pre ldeiftl In the Mrii totk school hactoHfd to gir- e hand of tile vice preshhsnkt- 0Lban a Cor New York TLna u t FOR NEURALGIA3fi SCIATICA t i T t tff5t HJD1sIREss1I j c st 1 fI j 15TOMACHiIc ffJfSNf ioiii4 r Your PassiSS Shadowr J24 p SMOTA A5 BlACKfAAILEH IPhilI Wife wih a Pistol THEN IStI Declared Ho Thought He Was Firing at a Burglar bt the Polko Assert He Knew It Wan His Wifes Para mour Blackmailing vvqmen by means of photographs of them and himself in too friendly attltudqs which lie took with a concealed camera led to tilt Jeath of Harry Ferree at the hands of outraged husband Andrew Jackj son Dctsch Jr of 1840 North Twenty SeconjT street Philadelphia according the Quaker City pollceI Startling facts Jiii the case veleI Brought to light by the police and thS corouqrs office The police declareS that Ferree had blackmai ed tye With Mrs Dotschwho was only twen until It was iImpossible for her to FInial nvB snorsTiinooon THE DOORIijrnt vn Jhnand Jfhe confessed to lier Thi police go even further They de clare that the shooting qf Ferree by Dots n was the roault fa deliberate plot by hualMraJ ahfl wife to entire the man to the Detach Ionic pretekl to- fliiist Ke hUufoim a burglar aud kill bun titus ending his persecutions for all thus Mrs Detach persists that she made u full onfeeHion tp her husband of her friendship vitli Itprrce Detach ywho the son of a jvcalthy man and him self promliieitt in bUBlnoss denies this and doclaree that when he shot FeV ree he really believed him to be a but ncr Tie insists that he never doubt edl his wife and when told that she bpd 8fl1hi she confessed to himJho de clared he must be hysterical and did not kuuw vhat she wis saying Mrs Dctsch isju a pithible state Avhlle her jhusbanil situ in his e 11aU the cify hall only opening his lips to give the lie to arty one who mentions his wifes alleged confession 1The Ditaehp room is on the second 00 of lirventyeeoiid street house ami Pen oo lieu rooiu on the second floor According to the police Mrs Ktmb fceiit word to FerreV on tin liNulKht that horluwband was not ni IiOlltel4h who hind bought nil au tomutlcN0vor a vnttcd the coming pjacedhitshQtRthroJghrival the bdd ItCIJJ fH shirt traitssrs and socUf lay onJust out side the doo N t111get m1n1picture Hiiuk It tllii iiiul tie PQlico may Irnvc been a trlfck Fcrrcc was a very elcvor amateur photographer audI U tvolild hnvo beqi possible for hint to htyc posed aliotfcur woman for the pie tuns jind tUeiv tto have substituted a hcadyof Mrt Do clu In the room woo also more than tC letters w thmLSMrsDQ ch SJ e ctt fes ed U ati1c wrqte these bitt saidi Ferroe fopcftlvlier tp write them by Thr jat dfMf how the photo njth jo Pet iji4ud One Idtter1AttMt fAufc 20 1900 reads T a + n KJt r Ji aipi t 5lI j Women S troubles throw a cloud over thpfrrJivae which iMgfcci pay auw IobeI i Makd yours Into a Psslngbad w by taking at medicine that acts directly your vomanr ct order of which has caused your womanly troubles The right remedy for you fthei ym hav backache nervous spells dragging alns Irr uliacanctlons etc Is of r Mrs R H Lawson of prott Ala writes II suffered with femate troubles krl2sssdoctorS they dIdno god1soItookWinI of CarduL I J have jaien 18 boUlesfee1sL1y et1M4 better than In 20 years Sold by all reliable druggists in LCD bottles Try If x t WRITE US A LITTER IttI Il September BABEi i Anoler Ha s Ily own own Jet IIarrVtont go o it I i I told hum that tvas afraid Iferrec would klll me ar he brought are volver for my 1 r tectiou 0n that awful hbrrjtbk nljht wq heard a mans fbotitep outsldi our door af Rsr midnight MyI husband took the re rolyer aifd stood by the door When the junn outside trlctl to jopenth door my husband iited through the panel five tlnies Thyn we opened the door iiifl fomul that he had klltod Ferrer WOMAN AN FASHION A Msdish Costume Striped anti checked suitings are mucl1ipMIUI11n1 this fail for street costuinpK ard the style here illustrated tlttgiteitUy favored The color Is gray J rtps JTlNJJ In tvo shades with braiding in gun metal hue The long coat Is semiflttiug In thin back and edged all dbout with a wie black silk braid The smart little waistcont Is of black cloth eni broidered In Persian coloring Vogue of the Wide Collar The making ofnTlde silk collar nIl hand embrolfiertHl shtJuld be one ofI the occupations of the wqman who Is handy with thu needle Thy collar should be cut very wide arishonldt e shaped so thitt lits clidsl extend down the front to the waist line This wide elegant collar of silk till hand embroidered can hi coatdjustedJonnyor cloak and If u certain touch of eleguiicetto lilly gar uient to which Jt Is applied In the trousseau of a winter bride there are three of these handsome wide silk col lars of different colors and shapes which the bride will adjust to her vairlous cloaks waists dolmans capes The black satin collar anii cuff must be incntlonofl as a cousplcudus feature of winter styles The satin must De of he njo t lustijous blue blnck and the IiipeiniMtlM lrn prdaclil lle Lontt Ion there is nothing smarter than theI well rijl1 ted black atiu cuTs They ire worn upon fur coats ucontst jf cloth and Upon the lratty hqavy hwimrdrt5ies of the season Braided Pockets a Boon Person who ntrtily remark that they 4t er losw anytfilng wont Interest l1lf httiie11tle braided tjrcast pociTcta I certain or the new wniter ccqt5 liose howe ver whb dont rtco e dHuity between their belongings and ihennolvo Maul ilie always afraid orI s parntevl fromtlnyl jeweled 5lg and wat Mpt because ihey have plaoc DOt thQ n Doubtless T4egerh ttiit Pockets ns n boomi The braldigt lfrnHlInJ jpiut4i In futthiion this scnl 1If Evthifureoatsiver a I r911nd tiou 0fIti4or colored velvet Gut OCCDslonnUI i tYr itself It IsI piwtknlnrhyantithe lighter ShideOfijkfll anaIqiiirroI Wlthe dE itroatsS vhiReibraidthin nid key pattern fi Dq MI LEs RHEtJMATISM BACKACHES FOR IHeadache Wine CardHi IttIlQ IIIiquestloned TJt ONr Wztetyfaftyofvajdal5e4pagemustratedbeotc forWcee If yes IiSSC I l Advice describe yaw svuiptoms stth4g ate and retily beentIPI IAddress Ladles Advisory DepL The Chattancoza Medicine Co Q1attanoopTIIMJ 1 I rt 1 l mSVI l8tsoq lngJ mi ANTI PIJL IRlflInqoss ewerppewodenbozeahdfaS otfeitarita world ltylargest t1cfBUUUI thccnrt4ncandm pUblic illdingsrdchuC thehemeoftheWORLD5LLW1NOOQM attincMoldo beInbrietoInvesttgate CtIlOziPrs IWURTlIilllTIm IISINESSCOlLE LOUISVILLE Even our 1 Granoicrtlhens1 knew hcrt J BALLAiDSSNOW- 4LINIMENT i wilIdoiteCONVINCING PROOF fimedicine the cia effQtlt1l EyMy one who has used Bollards Snow Liniment knbWathat1t will I ERHEUMATlSJUcurs CONTRACTED SPRAINS STIFftJOtNTS MUSCLES 1 lAND ALL PAINS j r USEr SNOWL LlpnMENT YEARS V L Settle Richmdnd rfwtitcuTh j certify that have used your Snpv Xjiniment years for rheumatism nduralgia lame 1iand every case has iendered immediate Sand satisfaction Avoid Substitutes Three Sizes StM BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT 0500502 Seco Street 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uihy a kinl AjliPti you Staffd Ei i l f 1 and baadlteg whl3ky sole loetber cmmr tobacco ax bandies indphtesb siislIsLouisville Is Home rfsctoryln th trest sspSouth and one of ptaw lories in world tand hMSelectrtjefaieH urbonllnes Louisville Is HOMES Its city I200000000 It has system In United States irnaficent U t terprisini city like Loulsvlle OT5 KY II t 1 of the worth of a cures ib r rItf 10 t f s s I for tea back ate in lb UK all 23c JOc North d i I J to l t I Q ly wl tp jiI tie bo r tin rocord thV T Ivcep up Press we the we too To can the the the Me the FUL the Uw Is ts J When the SGJt Hearts Xney ervesgetwe t t e theorgans always U1QIl drug the tomachnr ftf e ti M W Kiitheys hf1J p1ranii1ces 1ft ajetailSheips tive The Ret1itive is prepare cI expressly vfic se weak insideSnerires bui1Jthei ii wltt hirSIoop 1tetorathetM s oflllciuidaiad Soc hoWquidkIi wihlcesac Fie sampletest 1 Ii Teest by Dt 3hopjfRacij vfc Your health Iiz isurely wprtit ibjFsipple test Sold by fed rOJ 1Xe l vakIi 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