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NEWSLEAI DER r p ers T MOC RiSWLtE lilt1 i li itJ4i wrd 0 tle 1of pi- j tfjiCQf i sPiidiig thehoiidaysitwith his rentsMr and Mrs Palmer atley Mijiesi Lora and Cessie0 Yan ceywd Atda WalI spent Tburs- dayiighfcwithMargaret Lyddan J Miss Martha Tucker was iin IiCiville several days lasts 1 Mff and Mrs Lee Godbey of Lojsvillecontinue the guests of rJ M Wall and family Lonnie Liriton spent sever days iast week with relati yetlat Tayloisville Miss toro Yancy and Earl Wjminan were the guests of Mr sn Yeager and wife at Willis borg last Sundaye1dr and Mrs G W Eddleman Md children Mrs Will Eddie Fairyeityddarie j C 4ilh their parents Mr a1dVi rsP A Lyddan Dr Mrs WO Ellis ofjWoodlawn spending this weeir with her- aughter Mrs Tea Harden MissNannie Shetan of Maud is the guest of Eva Royalty at Springfield Miss Lydia Virgin and Mr Rufus Goodlett two popular young people of this county were quietly married in Spring field last Tuesday by Rev wson TlQ bride is thesE youngest baughter of Mr Thos l gm and is an attra tive young lady The groom is a soupW teri promising young mancvMr and Mrs George Cull of Lexington are spending this week with Mrv James dull at this place S Rank FnoDstnefs When attacked bya cough cold or wben your throat ifcl rank foolishness ti take any other medicine than Dr Kines sjewcl1drdgeave use3 New Discovery seyen ears and I know it is the best L iofon earth for coughs and teoldscrouplung troubles My children are subject to croup but New Dis- overy quickly cures every at ack Known the world pver as the King of throat and luug remedies Sold under guarant e at Haydon Robertsons drugg store 50c and 100 l thottlefree pAf 11 The members of the house afb Representatives this year int draw 7500as their p ywithS 1500 for a cler1 whether they hire one at any price or pone at fmakinglf 9000 Then they will have 125 for stationary and the privilege of franking any thing through the mails from a grandu piano up or down In addition to this a stately and costly office building has been built for them fatt Immense expense and having 400 rooms and taU the modern conveniences u There are other R uuconsidered trifles to bead ded to thia such as their mileage nButcthatseem to be able to vote themselves anything they like as Cpugressman can say h When I think of what I might have done by heaven I amtasts isb d ttdentally it woutA be interesting 7as a matter of iious informa tion to know HoW much of the deficit iinlhe postofficej depart mentis due to the poSE rSUD of the franking privilege by the i members of Goneress r flows TtiL i We oiler one hundred dollars reward forany case of Catarrh that cannot be cureil by Halls Catarrh Cure t FJ Cheney CO1 TJoIedo 0IWe the undersigned have known F J Cneney for the last 15 years an believe him perfectly honorable ie a ibusiess triesactioBaand financially able tfecaCTy cut acy o llpacion made by hit Aim Wa1dj1w Klnnaa MmrrW ViptrholeBaleDra giste Ti Iedol OhiobiHalLri Oat rr eyre is takes jtflr tinf tfrednr upoisKjthe bkca aDd initeuO4 yface eiy 1feifc k aiaantffellri j f Pree 7fc per bottle SoW by all Druggiiits Take Halls Rmllp Pills for Consit vaUOOf DEATH OF DR GREEN A Former Resident of Fbil County Die iin Louisville i The Louisville Times last week contained the following accoant of the death of a former wellknown citizen of this county Dr James Green one of the oldest physicians oe Louisville died yesterday morning at 11 oclock at the Deaconess Hospital Death was doe to cardiac asthma He had been nl since dav Dr Green was born in Madison county Aug 31 1822 He moved to Washington county in 1840 and had practiC- ed medicine for fortypiijht eara In December 1855 he married Miss Nannie Bo Lewis Green retired from active practice about twenty years ago He came to Louisville in 1886andfor many years hadrei sided at 2430 Amber street in Parkland Besde his wife Dr Green is survived by a sister Mrs C To Armstrong the wife of Judge Armstrong of Danvllle Dr Frank Green druggist in park land is a cousin The funeral rvice will be held fronrithe chapai of Cralles undertaking establishment at Sixth ana Cnestuut streets tomorrow uI rnOon atlt2 oclock The burial iii be in Cave Wit cemetery A Cure Tor Misery HI have found a puje for the misery malaria poison produces says B M James of Lnuellon 0ults called Electric Bitters and comes in 50 cent bottles It breaks up a case of hills or a bilious attack in almost no time aud it puts yellow jaandice clean out of commis oii This great topic medi ue and blood purifier gives relief in all stomach liver and kidney cmplaints and the misery lame back Sold under guar e at Haydon Robertsons drug store Chief of Police Shot ff A sptcial from Harrodsburg ives the following account of e shootingtpf Chief of Police Smith by a1qad negro of that lac KC Smith Chief of Police of Harrodsburg and ono of lhe est known men in Central Ken tucky was dang3rouslyand pos ibly fatally wounded to days by Charles Reed a nototous negio Reed firei both barrels of a shot un at the Chief of Poliece one oad destroying his right eye and the other taking effect in his breast Reed was later captured by a posse of citizens and placed in jail though not ntil after a crowd of negrqes who have long been terrorizedi by- qdRa matte an effort to take him rom the posse and lynch him The shooting followed and at tempt by Capt Smith to arrestee The negro had quarreled with John Tilford another egro Ta ridtgoing some pro ured a shotgun ann 1uT1cmg that he intended to kill Tiiford on sight Word that Reed was on ihewarpath was telephoned to Headquarters anti Capt Smith started out to arrest Be found henegro at the edge of town and called on him to surrender Reed waited until the Chief oj j fJYJH ri Extfa Long Feed your hair nourish it give it something to live on Then itwm top falling and will grow long and heavy onlyIrgenuine hairfood you buy It gives neVhfeJothe hairbulbs You save what hair you have and get more too And it keeps the scilp andhenlthyK1TJw best kind of atestimonial Soid for over sixty ywuraJI Yei CoLeWeU ArOA 1Ueror It1Qers SAIWwuAo PILLS KCTOKAI Police was within forty IyardsIIand then delibertely j weapon fired one barrel after the other at Capt Smith The shells contained large birdshotj and the fact that the shot were not bigger saved Capt Smith from instant death Leaving his victim to lie in the street the negro hurried out the turnpike hoping to make his escape A posse of citizens was formed almest immediately and set out in pursuit of Reed HeM was finall surrounded in a sinkT 1jwna1firedagreed to surrender aTremendousbeen caused by the shooting and when the posse returned with their prisoner they were metJ by a big crowd of negroes who attempted to take Reed away from the white men and hang fihimi the posse marched Reed through the streets and landed him safelyu in jail J at if It is very important ahd in fact it is absolntely necessary to health that we pife jrelief to the stomach prompt ly at kbd flrsfc signs of trouble which are belchuifes of gas nausea tour stomach headache frritabiiity and nervousness These Bre warnings that the stomah has been mistreated it is h doing too much work and is enmand i ing help from you Take something one in a while especially after meals something like Kodol For Dyspeysia and Indigestion It will on eiiayle your stomach to do its work properly Told by the Red Cross t Drug Store pSomet The mule market has openedM up slightly and following few sales Sani Cooper to Hudson Brothers 27 head atW 165 each Len and William- sHamilton to Cnarles Cecil 22 head at 14250 W E OSullivan to tha Hudson Mule Company 8 tormules at 18125 peihead Henry Miller to Childress Brothers of South Carolina 21 head at 175 per headv Henry Miller to R N and John A Watben 23 head utan average p ice of 205 25 per head C T Bohon to John K Johnson of ChesterSouth Carolina 24 head thofThese sales represent good S profits to the sellers and indi caW good prospects for those wbolBtill have their mules on s their bands Lebanon Enterprise of JpIfJp over It esseciallJC effecis the intestEines and makes you constipated so in order to got rid of a cold thoroughty and without delay you should not take anything that would tend toa constipate Kennedys Laxativea Cough Sprnp acts noon the bowels and thereby drives the old out of thet system it contains no opiatesIt Is pleasant to take gnd highly recom mended for children Sold by the Red Cross TJfng StoreLJW D Glaybrooke to Marry The Courier Journal ot last Sunday contained the following announcement v Mr and rsi E Butler ofV Huntsville Ala annipupce the engagement Qf their daughter 1MissWilliam Durrett Olaybrooke oft Springfield Kv1 Tbdddirg will be solemnized atthe hoj of the brides prJ nts on January 28ht M insidious Danger ItOne of the worst features of kiduey trouble is that it is an linaidious dis ease and bejore the victim realizes t his danger he may have a fatal maltady Take F31eys Kidney Cure at the flrit sien of trouble a sitcorh vent1Brights j Taken Up l f nOttbridge on the Willisbargr pike a black sow and six pigs which the owner can have by paying v costs t MRS MAGGiE BARNETT When you want the best get Be Wltta Carbolized Witch Hazel S 1vIJ 1lItis1ormended iet plies Sold by the Red Croat Drnofr Store rr INTERESTING t CHARACTE t It Passing ofMrsfj ary ihmpaonthe Oldeit ttlReftidcht of the Coun jjl ty Aged 96 Years V rAc the home of heij nephew r Benoni Hardln i Bar town u sday morning the ay before Ohristmas at nine oclock Mrs apr Ann Thompson aged 96 years peacefully passed swa- yftr an illness of little m1fp than two w eks of acute indi gastionw V Wary Ann Walls was born anuary 4th 1812 at Paris Bourbon county Ky and died December 24 1907 aged ninety veyear eleven months and twentyfour days Wtyen fifteen years of age she- nitd with the Methodist church riii n uskY Stutionnow known s layes Chapel on Plaarant Rut Her religionSs liberal Joying all denominations and Christian people and working a zealbusly in the PIes J t riat1 church at Pleasant Grove her one in her mature year as though she were a member of that denomination Her fUi1erarl occurred at the M B church the 26th conducted by tb castor Rev G W Lyon In terra en t was at Pleasant Grovp When twelve years old her- arentsmoyed to this county living at Tbompsonville about twp year then purchasing tv now known as the E Saves Sr and Mrs Kitty Hayes farms on Pleasant Run bre she lived until her mar riage to Mr lards in i848when he wentt Lagrange and lived until Mr Harris death the 12th February 1854 She then re tijrjwad to the old homestead on Pleasant Run whore she lived two years where agafn her hand was sought in marriage by Mr Robert Mitchell Thompson In 1856 the marriage of Mars Wall Harris to Kobert Mitchell Tnompson occurred Mr Tbomp sons mother Sarah Mitobell was ajcousin of Nancy Hanks e mother of Abraham Lincoln arah Mitrb ll was captured flY the Indians andl after several years of cptiyityj the Indians old her into slavery to a Cana dial where she was found by her brother ndber freedom urchased by him Young itchell brought his sister back o Kentucky and she was given homo with her aunt Mrs erry or Beechland who was also the aunt ofNancy Hanks whose mother had died and sbu lso was giyen a home by her unt Mrs Berry Here the wo girls grew to womanhood their relation seeming more like hat of sisters than cousins Nancy Hank married Thomas incoln June 12 1806 and Sarah Mitchell was married to John Thompson the father of Egbert Mitchell Thompson Thus the cbildrendf Nancy Hanks Lincoln aod Sarah Mitchell Thompson were second fousins After the marriage of Marl Harris to Robert Mitchell Thompson they lived in the leasani Grove neighborhood twentyfour years wftep they moved to Springfield where he died about fifteen years ago Since the death of her husband JAunt Mary continued to keep ouse until about four years ago she gave up the active m rage ment of bouseketfping to others In order to ieUeve hero any anxiejy and responsibility about wo years ao she consente4to- ent her home and go live wither nephew Mr Benoni Hardin where she was tenderly nursed andcartd for until death McjThcmpson by previous niarriage had six children rang ing in ages from sixteen to three years only two of whONi are ow living Mrs Etrzabeth Gra ham of H iir Virle IndndMr Jack Tfeagiofliorinaiati upolis Ind Thofte deceased are Judge Andrew Thompson Nat Pi Tompoi1StithTbomo juud Miii Margaret Thoipepn who ftM ft y techflr lith pubic school tife eoaaty wwltnwn orwny years Tfi tb Mchil dren the duty of a itootheit de volvedl tqxm th0uew wfte wife accepted the trust and reared them aJ1with the devotion and t 1after t II t step sons and elaugntersV and efforts to rear them to noble t manhood and womanhood were rewarded by each oqe fulfilling the highest destinyof citizenship ia his county and neigh borhood i Auiat Mary assne was rev erentlypalled was a link in the chain that1 connects the present age oJfcoujfortopJe living with the pioneerlifeandits hardships overcome by the Spartan conr ago of our forefathers who dared to do or die for home and country Her mpmoT wis a storehouse of interesting facts historical and local and it was a rare privilege to heW her relate with t personal familiarity incidents of t history that were as mile stones in her lifes journey She filled i her place in the neighborhood and community in whihshe lived wisely and as a Christian eqcouragmg the weak helpIng t the poor with charity 1 rall ever a brpad minded Christian whose creed was Love to God i and all humanity Her life was t typical of the description in Holy Writ of a good wife She look etbwell iot he ways of her house a hold and eateth not the tread of idleness At her bedside during her illneps were Her two step chil drenj Judge JaCk Thompson and iin rs Elizabeth Graham and her two nephews Nicholas Hardii i of Boyle county vrid Benoni Hardin and her niece Mrs Kennie Anderson of Louisville to whom she bad also ministered as mot Brvin childhood aiy1cao IJMdyapepsia and inaigestiot IstliIriItOf a scientific comblna tocpf SfmAl dig staats with VCK tible ttdrrau contains tlc eama jiicea fonnd in a healthy stomach It is thd best remedy jfuovro today fora dyspepsia Indigestion and all troubles arisidp from a disordered atom ch Take Kodol today It Is plntant J prompt and thorough Sold by theL Red Cross Drng Store t It depends upon the pills you take DeWitta Little Early Rlsera are the co best pills known for constipatiot and Pick headache Soldby the Red j Cross Drug StorecWoodlawn lIt Well Christmas has come and with its many pleasures ard sorrows we will hid adieu to 1O7e dnd wish for the readers of thiw News Leader a happy and pros perous New Year We had very quiettOhristmashere- MrWeslev McKirk gave thi young folks a social during the holidays Mr Obe Weathers and Frank Jury gave thQm a dauce All were well attended and report a pleasant time F cMissed Xmas in Calhoun coutjty theD guest of her aunt Mrs Jas Greer Mrs Colie Curtsinger spent Xmas with tier daughter at Highland Park- Mrs Mbllie Hunter went t6 M Louisville last Saturday to spend several days Mrs Geo Swear nge war 0 1 in Louisville lastweekrto see her brother Mr Mack Herps whp is Slowly improving7 l UMrswith friends and relative at Mooresville f Huphes Beam shipped a lctiiin of dressed turkeys toLouisville last Saturday MissXiizzie Brown spent Xmas withEf j Dugan at this plan Green Brier distillery will ts startup January 1st 1908 Several of our people will rf b mbve this week tMrrtLini place Xmas IB rOLES III HOHEMARThtni a y JvIktw11Yticn itJv l troublea Noopiatea Noaaleqbolicp OowlJor y bq4 1s u1n LEn MONEY and TAR Uta 3YMJw9ae RefoacanUtitatoa t p r CLenly FlYh Company ChICSS 7 1 iM I r =miri111111 u rffn l t g ITo Stop Lawlessness The Washinftoa County Fk j cal Court TIC Projnipt l Action to Put Down Night Rids In response to a pSetitioHof the Citizens Law and Order League of Washington county the Washington Fiscal Court was called together on Sattardsy afternoon for the purpoeof j taking somestepslookingtothe suppression of the night riding and other lawless act8wicb1 havja been practiced recently 1111 connectionwiih the tobacco war There was a full attendance of I the Board of Magistrate present and Judge B L Litcey in call ing the meeting trOlder stated its object and urged th nece sic ty of some iction being taken totput a stop to the acts of violence a and outlawry which threatened to disgrace our county County AttdrnjyT S Mayes then addressed the court and reviewed the situatiop urging that the court take 01tJaetujsive action towards suppressing nny further outbi eahs He rean letter from Gov Willaonii which the governor premise a is official aid in any movement a looking towards the keeping down of violence and outlawry L Washington county Hon p John W Lewis alsu made a Je remarks in which be Denounced p the spirit which had prcmpted the recent acts pf violence ccm tnitted in the county by the raiders After some furtli disciMion resolution was offered and carried appropriatingOne yhott a sand Dollars out or the county w treasury to be set Aide and to e be used by the County Judge nd County Attorney as tsey f aw fit in the convicturaipf the perpetrators bfany bars Jraraiag b the senders of threateaBglet b era or other unlawful acts oftt ike nature It was decided not offer any special reward for He arrest and convlctio of th perpetrators of those of violence by night riders in the county hut to lettb41 law as stands apply to them It is beleiTcd that the prompt w action of the Fiscal Court in thir matt rwill have a wholesome ffect on the lawibea tlt at s hjch has taken advantage erf he tobacco excitement to corn d mit those outrages SjccUi iiMictiett ifuit Ik XaUn itt Fast ii so IntIif yo a We are jleaed to aaause tbtsolOys Honey ant Tar fec cnf he olds and vag traubte iis M affeo4 by the Natibaal Pure 1il- l a 4 rug lav as it co talM tf o Opiates or l her hrmfal drags ad we reoi mend it as a slate ra4erchttire and adalts oM by UM 14 Crass Drugstore CChord J NoradHis Former RailrociComBo lainMrh 41a McChoiaIJ W HiiM at d V Nornat have formed a partnership Jbr tbe practice of law under tb JlaJD8 of rfoCbord J M ines Norm Qwitti omlathe Paul 0oo btaiWiqo Mr C OMeCbd1goe of D he aot wtdfly kapwa IIa wj rs Kentucky i He KM been M peoially no4 d IB the lititmtioo r growing OtIt of tbe nulrotdl ratsp regulatiOQ And has attracted tl41 Attention by his earr chairman oftW BTwifcMfcj Bailrond OommwekHi H ba eeo retained in mny matters ofjimporJanct si et hb removal oLooiiv1IIe ae has beso e iii- iky u Stole 16 repvupent itiUJ litiitaMoB low pending the i4rall Oottri with tbanj railroad Mr McCbordn home i htretofor baa bm1 at Spring field Ky Mr fidward Wl Btnet wasf until re e47 jn tal solicitor and legal adr wro the Lnuis jllS4Nalivfl JUttrwdOom pway tHat rwlg d b it sixn othis to astir toft kcenerml inscMewithi bLHlavUJeNasb iua tUiktMd Company he was g located at Frankfort where be rctIe 4 exclusively before the N Court of Appeals He baa es- abilibed d a reputation as one of J the fttroDgeat lawyers in the s t acd bis p u- jsoisit J Yby lwn aMo t S4W MtJ V Norman h- Dracticing at tb Loets few eghtyer alba b i4a splid rajiatjIsosed a llaeratiyo prueMea i bMe oaie1 Iaa asol t porMr soass M n public M4seIas tir iJrdrfP st f aSDuroc Beaart rP Wt l YI hare a ftw Se rip41Durqc Jer tT bIlr Good 0ii bsy Ijiare joei thy are I f raise tbem lor y air Bpt Mr vice Oilwart sold f Ifr J L 8beJi I P o ltPoolt i w JIoIIi lThe iMr oa w t 1ff J oaregatie 114 sey L CS- isually ceEu u Jlii tiJilbotU e Fefey Hoasp s sr o14 lif tIM Rd OMM xtnv jt r BeWfi 7tf1l Op ol tbs bdssruij tfJ4 tlht rIM beau somid1ill lily IB lIIaT mortb ivon Wet Main Nl asse Colee skeet Koadayr boat 445 olock ImsrVtily ftrttie robbttn6l-U CoUee itns tcRIij J tN eatMaJ nDa rfs s aasp r eazeds4 a1ibugb ttM B JsUI twas reported proe1Siolieetbe jpnlty on f t been apprehaoded add as rests bat bees aside Shortly before dark llnaiiif aftermooii Miss J4 ry O Jok l 8fcofl who lives en We t Mate t t trset1 vu returning IJMipir 1j shopping tnpi down tous W s raisin atth time tMl ate tL trrIe I lIJDbntta var e attached to a rteag froor betara IJOnwehiiIC Cols st- ard as1ip u hid her bot of being =did nctrtor itwalked mptdlf oa oat tb Whet College ttreet ww raidUM o p pith ha uc11t1 IS JohiMton did nbl dstLuShe niMd bir umbrella to b M kr m wb4h4bssssMeisnan grabbed sb pvrae taricl rTbeob fr y which UM porifli Is i 111 bMbteek i1 adssIII walttir wo over Mtw JobttMOfiHl aria tie pocketbook was oa eolly fI8eiJof I 7 o d The robber rwi 4 wa f toward the railroad ud dISb+ peiIei MI Jobuo I IaWIT frifilteaid and ctfaj fcr beI1Mi yWRW MMHMO- irwebed v i her th p t had wbilIlTbe ibis WM k valuable OM flovtahied er ral doDari ii elMMfe It ify th jfia John stoa will not aoito fotyvt bei experience wbica dn aoeovnt of crcrraaoniof the moet traTeled tboroa bfarea in ttm citY and dwfattr tbeday toolj wMooeeftbe boWeet tbt bas jet taken phwe ie this dyj iIA oa lJ O TOV VP WITEA 13 JlACJ Y iIra- AIrno JUJreida uspeisisstskao aIthOUmOdI UT addrew by Kilmers sip Root lbs great kid eel flyer and bIIIitJnder remedy ahwteenth eenrar el IdiiIUfiC ieasskh by Kilmer UK esinsut kidney and Maddv HJictotirt and iis wooderfoUy ascissa1 rie asid ub tibt li4Pssss which iis the worst foniIellddlle 1IRb1e Dr JOUaer 5wjSOt is not oaawadedfar everytlnag but if you hne kidner liver or bhiddertroable it will be mnd jest the ronfcdy you need It has been tested in many w4y in hospital work aad ia private practice and has proved aofaceeMfnl in every case that a special arrangement hu been made hich reader of this paper who have ot alrtftdy tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mail also a book tells abottfi6waBipRoot and bowniqre bladder trouble When writing mention reading this eneToOao ef in this paper and send yonr to Dr Kilmer Co Y aiuahaDtoaj fiftycent and oae c1lrr iit lIIItdM cii de Dr ftisthegrestmedicaltritbe ctiaotIeItc Dr Jtacu rec by all t- ondyabaVt1deY01 4- 1i J2T r 1 i 7N TTT rT1 = 1 iiTTHE NfWSlfAlfR4 ri1FtP ftl A YJIIN AOVANOS sRfN+ILL ICY L J 4YI4 Jr- as1 br4i4tiitatvu f is PEl o ps ain pfelfiiertjnatte Jsb t s s hlO14ala llber- tp t tii e- iwIL t + if i 100 t iTHURSDAY t ath- tb i Ui roW t hYfixf4 y 100 Idthe American JTdb eoo paj oy SDtl Ittbs 88 mple j- rtd1hi W7 tobacco in ofIIItottM AI1 city ofttrl th IQtbeieatitmeI ipooled fcabob I x iaU huipy jgron ats awaiting with 1 tafcjd lirnth thV flrrif irn ilof fpriwMSj is xpwited to be S mi vi Vih9piS thatsome It aiiMg mY b4 reachedb rtw i th Barley Society and Wit rpitettive where biwill be turned I It 1Y pet l teandlt t lMe tb itlttlO1t the dis Wt II4r1i4v the string Prl r Mr m triafoL Calsbl l Poweis at J1L1of ijMG oom u dwsgivtto tbejuryyesQ ji ICltbet sulto iM juryi deliberations will r be bOtttime i EacbW B m a itnfjtmi K a victofywbile r tir p Wic is Jjreic aIiivsiftheiary 4iVe ZxSnaboiJoBrackburn who 4 jbrmitj boidiag down a fat y f b oti tM Panama Ganal 4 Bir gh tM IcifidBess of prrsifby I4seItaidtheRepub1i p4iotr bcqXaIeky ua ainoianees that b e t a to gO tQ tfaUdtd II thet again Your Uccle In Jo s OIriaiD1Y willing horse ibis w jiirV hay tcache occasionally J ill tte Mcle and ome tIso TO flikll tired out with irtVwT4ttof aa withost energyfkbdeyirs outyor IiJ iJTas DtWitV tjttvicy and Bladder PIs1 lUjiio ftly relieve backache + k Wck IfiaatIO of the bidderJ fi t Ui wakkMneii Sold by th Red r ii ttfjSLIAtJ1SIElwIFLuL1 tine we lflll ry and scribeJi 1t1iDSL4 Wit art JMiriujr some verL tJfine- weirloEl 4mber look ttoiior January jis it will prob- aby Will be avery cojd m 9ntb fle farmers are all through frippiar tobacco and are anxi w to deIieriti totheirnoltirtitfWta that was gotten 1 iWinchider3Ptto rise an llw lo 190S1di es seem to IIftD11tch effects in this It M the farmers atiai wsa rraie1it 1tMr J 111 MontgomerY and jsii1l nbyeto Mud Thursf I dsyto mk their future we iigrt tolae themrgo forty kv betn popular in this ouity I rR St1es sold to Sam sofI4banoiia horse for 11L 5 MiMLAnra Patrick one of our bikifc pvla yoking Udies w sr ftaqcupaaLedtot rMr JobniSttkton of Tllirpis i MrNaiieScottandMrS f i Jit M itfery spent Thursdayo irmLr Albert Hines MISS Hflue Settle spent 1Chrisg nje k with her t iatiYi Mrs 34 us MclAillin at Willis birg A rIstbe l Coulter ab3 Wif t4stLaa jay 1thQisr 1 Lf l J1 Coulter i it r u Coulter aiM wife pfluitmas withheriatbeir f abWIthbr irMV Lucinda Cdcahtnsher Wr low with the Ia grippe I t i MrcLei Settles baughtof Jfm 4ftaild i bttach of shuats for 11 7 iltlh A mqflfl aia Mr 6ttonand Mr Will B rr hi r cuflWit7 Saturdajs Hrl AqUlt94tBf ouii c popular farafrtrift was o pthgelcL Tay- t Mr veret t1Ig aM xifc t apen th seb Mh Mr To FraitberDdift WiIliabur- Mr 1 B Lrd 8 ttIes Iwij Ufb 1 returned f 4m Illfooit Mite Maajict ft ffOmcry aajat MjsEnta ji ingpiy etkin i nd wife I 1 thttaiieT II Traveling r Is assured tor Iboih horse and Driver 4f you iyifl invest in a Horse I BJanket and Lap Robe and provide your buggy with a I StormShieldAND PATENT HEATER II 1 1ii I pent Sunday with the looters parent Mr and Mis John Armstrong movjugbackare glad tofaearbf his re rn ilf Jess Thomas was in Wil urg on bnjness Saturday John Cotton Sett spent Sun day wtb J W c e tles uodwifej t Miss Pearl Warren one of olhi popular iouijg ladiell spent lasr week with her uncle Geo Jlt Keeling j Settles was In Lebanon last Mdnday on business r I will close toy Alettes hoping be able to write more the nttxt time l CVrQ 1 HOWTo NQld 1UDmidicitis Most vict psofI appendicitis are bltuall constipAted brino Laxa Kruit Syrup cures chronic cbn StipaUon tiy stimulating1 2heiiverand bowels and restores the natural action oftheibovel8ipriino axative FruIt yrnp doeI nOt nauseate pr CTip and sinld andvpreasant to take Soldi the Red Croac T r ig Strfre Ke use substitutes Pratliers Ceek q 11 t vjG H Christerson was oter Hercercounty Surdayt6 see father who has had the pleasure ofenjqJng tjightyiour1 tiristrnase t Mr and Mrs tiJa Kayes of Alston Ky were visiting his father Mr JeJI Mayes Situf day and Sunday o Mr and Ms JOR BGod were the pleasant guests of Mrs Mary Taylor Mon Jay fMrs Lucy tiok erman of ncr Texas iiwas the guest of her daughter Mrs Sid RusselI- aturday V Mrs JJ0hn Be swell and son jm ofnear Perry ville vere the pleasant gut sts of her son n A BosweU Saturday arid Sunday at tqiplce Mr S M M iyes who has been sick is out aj ain Ve bopeato se out nevvcor Despondence frori LOQg Rin in the NewsLeader soon jQ1r John SUJ sell and Mfss Matu Wjuiteh u e were married t th R vJt I Purdoms en evening of the 19th Mr Rujsell is a properpDs yonpg 1rm erof this paCe while M ss hit tiouse is the cbatmi g daughter of Mr randl Mrs W I Wbit house of this place aid oth ar6 well known in sac al cUcles The writer extends CD gratulations ro the newly tri ir ried couple and wishing them aJ rn and bappand prusperil us ute Perhaps one of the solemn zst ccasi UDStba has happened vas ovei the Washington coucfty fine at old Ieap GreJplt church on Christmas daj WDSi when he nnerals of lfs Minnie Biclier jjlpn and Mrs Lucy Hheton bpth were ibllt d down the aisle thC same time and set side by aide while their funerals were preached bit Rev E W Summers s the pastor of the church Both were buried Inl fehs same r mt1 ryand both died of consccnptionancl both were about Jbwentytwo years old Ib WdS said thai this wason df the adde ones that evey happened io the Churchs hisiory Judging that evWybpdy has had a n ca Ol rlstmfkia tQittb 4utt ones haVe been verted y BaAta flays jiiid as wr have trbeen pof fmtted to see the old rerp QUttand as we have t0t0ur iices in the ftfiJ year tt whefl e1nai bolt back nd see how 7 jI opr d nd have passed on into eternity it should remind us of the short ness of life and as we have been ppjrmitted loses the light of an more new yea let us improve our opportunities beinir kind one tp another and let us scatterg some smiles that will he of some benefit to someone and by say itg I wish all a happy New Year aoda prosperous voyage dvr life This is the wishes of theI twriterA Hifiher fljfiitli Lcyel hIgherhusingDrWestFranklinmy stomach liver and bowels working just right If these pills disappoini yow on trial HaydonUntouched Morocco l Open your atlas at the map of lund there set like a pearl 1oorthAvest shoulder of the coi flyou will see a country called Moroeet It almost touches Europe At the nar 2 rowest part there Is but nine miles ot strait between Jt and Spain so you might think the Moors had become quite civilized Iu the course of ages through having such cultivated neigh bors so near It is mot sb however And strange to say the more thfey see of Western progress the more they despise It It Is a big country this Morocco and explorers have left Itp alone for the natives detest Chris a tians fearing lest they want to takf t aw yfroin them their lovely landc where it Is always summer and whersa the soil if just scratched with a crook t d stick responds with a teeming bar vstW G Fitzgeralds The Strange Tale of a Tyrants Zoo In St Nich olast The Monkey Wrench 4 The editor once had occasion to lookttiP the origin of the name monkey wrench in response to the r quest ofea young friend of his who quite natii urally could nof understand what con nectI n there ouldbe between a wrench and 9 monkey Unless you have niade the same search you would be surprised to bear how long lt took to get the Information Dictionaries rind encyclopedias were consulted In vain but a well informed mechanic at last answered the question It seemS that the wrench was Invented by a man named Charles Monckej t aud it was at first called a MonckJ wrench but the cwas dropped aft I er a tithe and it became plain non I key wrenchVChlcago News Old Birds Nests Do not destroy them i The birds nay use them againIA number of birds homes These will come 6ack several years In succession A Naturalist knows a bird that came to one nest ten years in successIon oue home lovn little bird ladles vlf return even ifter tile nest hai beeu rohbcb and their mate killed These old home lovers Include the wrens the bluebirds eagles and chick uilees crested flycatchers and some awls and woodpeckers All of whfcb goes to disprove the oW simile tQ this effect rAs useleM aa lasi T1PRtrC The word cnb a contraction of ilHipf wns not ijswl until 1S23- Nothjug is so new as wbat ngTioag jeen forgotten Germak Proverb SherifFs Sale FOR TAXES Byvirtue of taxes due the State of Kentucky and the County of Wasti ington for the years indicated or one of my deputies will on MONDAY JANUARY 27 108 offer sale at the Court House door inl Springfield Kyr the property de asJiwl1lIJ I SPBINOFIELD PRECINCT NO Catherine Nally 20 acres of landl listed at 160 tax 1J1d cost 378 T H Nally 47 acres of land listed attlOO tax and ost 375 KELLY SHOP NO 11 kDan Mattingly 20 acres Iland listedI at150 tax and cost 448 A Smith 27 acres of land listed I IS300 tax and cost 636 r R White 25 acres Of landIil listed at Sl00 tax and cost 287 SPRINGFIELD NO 8 COLORED Christina Browne 8 acres of land listed atl5JtaJeand costs 269 Sam Coleman one acre of land listed at 15Otax and cost 8310 George Murjy one acre of land listed at 50 tax and cost 3 JO Settle Masons heirs one acre ofI land listed af 100 tax and cost 204 Lucy Simtns heirs 5 acres of land listed at 100 tax and cost 2 04 Mary Edelen one acre of land listed at 1300 tax and cost 375 KELLY SHOP Ol1J COLORED George Litsey 60 acres land listed at 8300 tax and costs 865 A Cart This U to ceitify tkat all drug ists are authorized to refund your money if Foleys Honey and Tar Fail to cure your coqgh or cold It tops the cough heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cojd Cures la grippe coughs and prevent pneumonia and consumption Con alu no opiates The genuine is in a yellow package Refuse substitutes Sold by the Red Class Drug Store A Game With figures This game is played with an oppo nent each in turn placing a number on paper from 1 to 6 adding them up mentally as they proceed The person who succeeds In placing the last figure which shall make the column add up 30 wlBB the game The player unacquainted with the se cret always Iloses The explanation in volves the number 9 Your friend has written say You put down say 3 Which will atia up to 9 says Home litotes Your friend puts down say 1 YOu put dovrik o for the second nddl ttoa must JI jual 7 Again he puts down say 5 You make it 7 by adding He puts flown lay 8 You again make It 7 by putting down 4 The ad dition toots up 30 and as you have put down the last figures yon have won Be careful to make the first addition U and tIe following three 7 each and victory wilt jwver desert you r V7 A Game out Take a iece of Fa1lLllhtA yards square will do Herd hla held r Upon the loth haveja white feather When ll is ready have the players sing together Fairy White fairy light We will Mow with All our might And bone will be afraid It you taU on any on He must then renounce the fun Till a forfeit he has paid Then tow the sheet upward setting he feather flying The object to n Unde the feather not letting it and at the same tftne blowing away from yourself and toward some one else who in turn defends theIreatherJa aI aew attack may ibe begun Salt Fer Hea Salt for hogs Is a matter upon which little emphasis to usually put but It is doabtles one of those Important tri fles which we imay consider with prof it Salt isa normal constituent of an mal tissue and of the blood plays an Important part In the stimulation of he internal organs and Is the sourer of the chlorine of the hydrochloric lithe gastric juice It Is always presen in the urine whether present in the foodtor not and death may be caused If there ISa complete absence of Halt In the ration during a considerable time Farmers Advocate Sheep Nits Ewes that are safely in lamb BhoulOK be given a little extra feed The quality of the lambs and the strength of the ewes in Be spring de pead upOH the care and feed from now DB The supplying of market lambs Is ai high art branch f sheep breeding and Is well worth tht attention of person who are adipted to the business Dry beds are indispensable to sbeep A damp Pen will invite all kinds of trouble Dry cold Is health for sheep damp or wetlIs death 0MMt0004QI 1 Girlhoodand cotff Emulsion are linked together oQ I the girl who take Scoffs Emtif rfon has plenty of rich red blood she is plump active and energetic The reason it that at a period when a jir1sIdigestion is weak Scott s Emulsion provides her with powerful nourishment in i easily digested form Ht It Wafoodtliat builds and keeps up a girlrs strgth lj SALt DUOOTSz DlOO J f I WHICH DII IT1 Whenj thqy were building the Colo redo Midland railway Smoko Rus sell wa4 proprietor of tile saloonand hotel that hung over the edge of a rock close o Windy Paint sonic miles west of Leadville Smokes shanty was the renQezroua for the contractqrs bosses and workmen espefclalfy bn Saturday nights Wages were hIghsbuthands wore scarce and Were was bad bWotl J among the contractors on account of some alleged sharp practice on the part of those toward fceadvillc who were accused of cutting off the men contracted for farther up the moun thin This ias particularly tbe case JadjJ roadbed out of the solid rock on the side of old Sugar Loaf pMolley who had the upper section accused Dono van of stealing hoboes intended for him Donovan denied the charge and coupled tho denial with some strong reflections on OMalleys personal character antecedents and general characteristics The result was the usual feud with dire threats on the pat of each principal to exterminate the other at the first good opportunity The opportunity came So ncr than either expected or wlsljed for they were both cowards when it came to a sure enough fight Both men were peaceable enough when sober butI there was no telling what they do when drunk if they should chance to meet That very thing happened one Saturday night Donovan had comedown to Biilsells dive for hIs usual recreation ansi commenced filling bis tank early in the evening so that by 10 oclock he was pretty drunk Theboys got him started on QMai ley and egged him on until he was red headed He lkept on getting madder and drunker threatening his en at1JJ1Itthe coward Jnto n corner where be would haVe to stand rind light Just at this juncture the door opened and in walked OMalley catching Donovans llast words The boys were pretty bad ly frlghfcKTCiknnd tried to joke about the matter and laugh It 0cr but Don ovan was runk and OMalley was mad and toere was trouble In tle camp The Matter seemed to pay no attention to his drunken toe but walked up to the bar undo called for his poison Several of the crowd joined blm and the drinks begun td go down tn a rapjd and reassuring manner Everybody sejemed satisfied but llussell who kept a watchful eye on the crowd and stood close to the eM of the bar by the lamp so that he could douse the light in cake of trouble fUt r a bit OMalley turned suddenly rfacing Donovan and began In a most offensive and aggravating manner How are ybu ilisther DoifbvanT Bad luck to you roared the other What the devy do you mean by talk tag to pe7 44Qhoh Thats Itts It you low down lying thief of a dago Stand up and take your medlcinQ- lDonvaHj Sprang to his feet and before his trienda could interfere had his gun out and let drive for OSInlley who was scarce an Instant behind him for- the two shots sounded like one Almost before the first shot sounded Smoke Russell bad put oft the light and there was a general scramble of noncombatants to pet out of the line f fire The two maddened contractors kept on firing until cacti had let off the live rounds In Ills gun After a lead silence of about five minutes ttussell crawled out pt the bombproof under the counter and relit the lamp As soon as Donovan hud fired his last shot he rushed out of the shanty to get his horse He was stiTu pretty drunk but mounted with the assistance of the greaser stable boy and started down the mountain for Lend ville The greaser tried to tell him something but Donovan was too ei cited to listen He only muttered in a broken voice Holy satntsr Five shots in poor OMalley and every last one of em through the h arU He took the long trail varound the mountain and had considerable trou ble In finding the temporary bridge ncross the Arkansas river so that it was Just breaking day when be pulled up in front of tile sheriffs house in Leadville and gave himself up A couple ot hours lateitOXlRlleyo peared before the sheriffs house OMalley shouted several times un til finally an upper window war raised and a bushy head stuck out of It Hello OMalleyl cried tlifruberiff with considerable astonishment Where did you come from Ive come down rOm Smoko BUS sells to give myself up for shooting Donovan JOh you shot Donovan did you Now that beats mo all holler Say dId you hurt him much do you think s Hurt imr exclaimed OMaley In dignantly Does It hurt a man to have five bullets in his heart do yon think r I reckon it do Mr OMa11oy sow what do you want me to c1oT I want you to take me to jnll for killing Donovan Now Ill tell you what Mr CFMal Icy you Just go round to the eahihoose l9Hegve himself up fdr kllllpt you JUt tEo around there and eettie auidhj yourselves which of you tleaU and Ill come around later and arrest the other one- OMalley went to tur jail where he found Donovan What transpired there was never known vp the moun lain but that the t4o theij afterward were close fridnds nUll finally became Iartners was a fqpt nb one ares to flspute Cincinnati Commercial Trlb ton SPIDER CATCHES A felRD Kentucky Farmer Reccucs Filer Fronx Prison In WcS E V Anthony a nIXiwho Hv6s near the KentueRyTofui1aoo lIne t11c covered n new specks of splflor while at work in his garden nod the lntCt which hns boon seen ymnnysQl passes anything of the kind ever seen In that section Mr Autbmy says thtisdIl cQveiiybf the spider v njiiifo tra gh tttn shrill chlrpliift of af lll Inl ft heaSf weeds he foutid aa hugs qtd eirwjifrj and entangled therclujwst tiie bltS mate fluttering ftif fcw oni wlU1L ster spider w slawly rrcarlnsmono around Its JJt1Ii The sphler was some two Inches In lengtli ui u black wijlb green vc1veij5ou iiit5 body The web in trfifcb JtJilvcd lij some three feet iudfittittfti aaa tie thread biappslog it sits a scOgass- ilk thread v f X The spIdcY was captrurctJ thbngtt al owed to 4lve and ttsij feat ioatl pert to examined jSj I = CHOICE M ANYil J Her Storage Method A wrtl ar Kaoil woman took from her pockothook two pawn tickets DJW do Vbu haptwn to bave do u meuls of t jldl1d ill your ftosscssTonTU asked ji fricdai They belo g to me tlmts 110wtt replied the well Groined woman reuply I pawned several pieces Jewelry when I Went away in QrII and I havent got the things out yet The frIends face took on an ex mon oi uiified syminthyand Wen she exclaimed you are ceirot taliily the last larMn I would hav ever thought of cquiiqgdown to that You always seem to have plenty of inouey I ditlliHi pawn thethngs because I needed money sjild the well dressed woman I put them there for safe kocpuig For several years I have bcoiistorlng my furs in a pawnshop during the summer Blnce they wee so well taken cafe 6if there I concluded to trust the pawnbroker with my jew elry tills season Last year the ware houso where I had tile things stored was brokeu into und I lost two rings and n bracelet A pawnshop Is about the safest place on earth to keep things in It is hard enough for people to get their own stuff out sometimes but It is tordepbslt vault so Cpr that combination of reasons I htVc become a pawnshop patron PhUadelphhi Ledger A Sculptors Find Probably the greatest of living sculp torn is M Ro frf the JFrench genius who Jsall Jut w rshpedby the artis tic world of London and Paris OnO of his fayoVlfe bobbles Is to search curiosity shops for pieces of old sculpture and carving and the other day he discovered an anclpnt marble head It was v6ry dirty so he gave It to a young friend to clean This task demanded the utmost care but at length ifrwas completed and IIf Ko dins friend started off in a cabto qon roy the head to its owner He hail nat gonevery far however whet his cab collided with a5 motor cr The impact sent the bead into the street where Jt was smashed Into a dozen pieces Sorrowfully the man gathered the fragments together Then to his surprise he disco vered oet twenty gold coins which had beep concealed within the head The coins fire of ancient date and very valuable but theIr possession does not console M Rnelln for the Joss of his artistlfc tret1 u cLondouAn swots Cavalry Bswanei Bless me Marthy Ixclaimed Un ale Cyrus looklnilr up from hLi man sine Were getting a navy thaj deL uedd to take a Jvickseat or bbys them European nlttloiYs f Juft listen td this Some fellow hiv been hiaking estimates Any half doze o our big cruisers down to tin Jamestown exposition have engine strength equal to tic pullin rower or all the horses in the Russian cavalry The engines ot ourbig battleship Louisiana are strong enoughrlf they could be fastened somewhere to pnll the hull United States cavalry into the sea an r i Mercy sakes cried Aunt MnrfMa arstjkutIinptessed Ustics tl1ope to goodness 6ur caVj airy keep sway from the shretYouths Companion A Two Hour Pipe The previous best pipe smoklnjr seC ltIIymlnlqtespipe and a brier and was whtchcd with tense excitement At last the clay gave pllii minutes after the start The brier ImmeVliately shot forth clouds of smoke and kepfgoinst for more than five minutes after the owner was declnrcl winner and the proceedings wet closedris iie ftriafly loft the hall there was still va faint blue smoke drifting from ills pipe Thomas Wood Is the name of the bolder of the worlds smoking record and he comes from Peckhara One hundred anti eleven minutes was the previous bestL 6udon Mall Policemen 25 LinguYsts pIckedsqundman Spanish and Italian Fifty men are being instructed gratuitously at the Berlitz school As soon us they have attained the necessary proliclen ry thor will he distributed over the quarters most frequented by jialtors to Parish sUch as the Opera and the adjoining streets and boulevards amt the Champs Eiysees aVdntfes TChey will iKrcaally distlujniished by a badge on the arnvnnd foreigners ignorant of Prclhehand in want of information or assistance will easily recognize the new polyglot police If the idea workwt ltwclIlIn practice it will probably bet bxtended In Paris and copied in other capitals Argues Against Evening Dress Ninety well known people who were asked by the farhtHuable London res tnurant the Savoy Shall we enforce the rule inaklnp evening dress com oiitaory in our ip- iled tn the taprnntf11Qe neg jitlvo reply was re l The singly obje or to compulsory venlng dress eahb It is certniuy a tujfld rule which would prevent a ftomrClionflnipprtant tbim rules of fashion t Is just such eoivnti0niil Ideas vlxlpli Reap up Englands reutntfOJlor ilnv a fdimfrv nslRnd to fnrnL Michigan Training laole Folio wing a movement on the part some of the fraternity men to give JuxturJcstl the TJnlveniifj or Michigan passed roBolutiou to the effect that they would not countenance any vlolaiibns of the1 ic nference rates rcgardlus the oboli tiouof training tables at training quar leTs5 fJKilled by n Pitched Ball Henri Pilon was struok over the heaiit bytt pitched bail In ntbaseball gajno at Montreal recently and tiled almost instantly The1 burr passed through the hands of anotiipr pltiyer mid struck PJlon Pllon criughE IhiJ bal threwIt to the shot top ami JIt J hhlMng with the viewer challenging Ja GtouId of Kaxv York theMauipIon in 1008 If Jlr Gould does not gaOi England Mr Miles will cross the At lantlc and try to wgaln lila tcnuia laa sI sIS I UiIIii1IIB D1 Lake THE ISURANC- EI I I II you havejsuranc tjJie-I If you laftnpeaI estat to e t1 callon iibBI1 akeTH- EREALETATEMAN J I IIisof desijbl Washington cothity farrris for sa e No trOuble to 1 t pr p rtyto pr spective buyers J- J11 Ad essL s tts Ishow tt- I q I ia jt B iD AK1tr i I S RINGFl LD iY If4 1 k Tbnsilitisfis swelling and inFIamr4n of theclands 0r the side of Hilhroal SlolSI LrtimeMids a qorgle and appJitd I IIIused tsideof the thrqaf rcdui t swelling and gives ins rrt 1 TqaBrQnchiIist Lungs this liniment isj unsurped4 Skwirfs Liniment lindispensa II when travelling because ift is pene rpKhg wqrmir soothingi healing and anHsepHc Price 2560i6HOODr Earl S Sloani Boston ftasO S TilE PENGUIN y Comically Scripus In Mating Jts Wicked Flippers Itls probable that penguins pair for llfe although nothing definite ls known gn the subjejeL Whea mutes3are Chosen tbe process Is asinterestinj usitls striking As is the case with so many creatures tiw males flght vdth yCiieb other for tile females tnigljtv being in the pqngnju code The bird Itigbt regular lighting places anacone battleground was round juiiflij of1lanurnOrabieIn tile shape of great jjualitities of loose feathers surrounding ihe little fighting ring whlCii1tuff vraS clear of nil debris Although tbe teak ot pen gain is so formidable It weapon vhen used On thin skinned enemies yet their iovu rfcfii and blubber are so resistant lint tiry nan inflict no injury byaClrI fghttllgpyrlnp It might be nJ dThctwo combatants proceed to the fighting place and then walli cautiously aiopt each olbe jockeying or m opening and ready to taktiinstantltduintiget of a false stet or juave on the Pat of the opponent All however lA splemu and decotous consistent with the test of tto lUufof these f nhgeJIttlo beings niqu at last each secnres a gpod grip on the ucck o body of the oppo inetiHhe rcnuaghtlng begins M nine tenths of tl1 life of QeuRiilns is spent on the open eon vljere they pursue and cuptqiu fish swimming vltii reat swiftness by strokes oftfbe flippprin wings It can enbe IrnaglmHtitbttt the strength of their winD Vor rent and when the two lighters begin l dryvI1hrnt1ngwhuck must laako a douftlderabfe ImV nreftstonevcn on tlie protecting rout of blublier fat No one IKIS ever rccordod the finish qf such ad encountqr but rfl utttlaUYJThecomb fuP1er such severe pjiinigbmont nd yield the field and tbeAifr pengUIn mate to his stronger rival Th6 strength of the win 8lrokes can be tested by allowing n It ensitlii to take bold of ones coat sleeves jr better the back of the hand The third gh fourth sfroUe will draw blood undone t theltcfirItUhtstough skin i nd yie loose rQlflOijuU- 1br beneath bcsjdeg breaking a fait and protectUijr the bird froinetbe tIon waters In wrnch U litas samefJmes suDservis qnoiber most Important pur posfe NewXbrtTrlbbne i t Strange Animals + In the Malay atcblpelago J8l reptiUi much like the mythical ragonv iihas false rIbs tliat extend the lloose skJn and form its wings There are ajse 1nf1Qg with Bpfeadinjr fedttlittt makes A parachute which enables it to lilt from tree to tree and a nyloglcnitir bodriJl hundred nt it time jbrpm the opot qne tree to another L Conundrums Why are well fed chhkeps like sue cessful farmers BeiaUsh they iue blessed yttih full crops v d lwbtl flamlefH father It J mioirii RnltS ttlutnlrj auger l wliyis Itelnndi1knjqtQl- ie n auiiji l bias it Co JM rI s ffot Omptbi Expert h c1r grlp snythut t thi 031 t ya enf r t1tt never jludj the U jxtfn 5DINE 1 H CANARY BIROS fr L Ast rian lad tw ff FiuitPisi 4 chew Waybirs Cangiy dswktbbatILiIsl- and C e1key ecosdin 1k rstory told ChariM Bsiksr Tb Barry blaB I1e41f of AIIwho wer igned W MiiaSmltb In Ig IQ t conrt cbs wP4uteL I uarybl ndaquattofjvwkf i ffom en mansion at Vanderenter i J4 and Sixth iluss Asaurta The cardBor ot the old place II a bird fund I bad tted lIP fthe room an avlaryy btlspt about iii Wuetttl 1 iuk d t f they did lbs easry licher 1fae iIIIIi stew War Ps Ras Ascresc wlatIwiSfrom a Co unssIrtasAS-to the s qautvs d fire depart of 5aws 0tJ- threa1ese u 4STsIUd several bit ghtets jy deIU they are IlieTittidosi bt- such an oml Irom a eat saa notgo Tt owl 1aIibtp- and scrtcl to eeeap marsd cro oa t f the ttrW t beads F the bocda wueW u rett wide broom a iioee w i1ie- 4bldyns a 0 a taxkleriliifi Fthe benrac emesa is tbte vfatp cUln1ee gr sWk evil rpIrt Posed ta Dyisvi- On tbv Slyer cna t milts soaift Chiinf We T n two uan Wacting ost ittitiiis nail lied taet eks turned a jwodto ijugssaliowt 0 stkka of dyi4e- A Ung a tb 1w had iwaUored a bottle ot tfedTciwj th dg made Its TI i gray uie urging near lie in and tl1e latter re6 q4 ilat lauJeil b S 4iXft aeb The rceilt 1tdt was aa eiftl don fhtr t5 t etia si which tlaW mule Mf7t IntO the air Ii swnwa t n nnieinied ajtd- apcd uainji Iusis 4 If you airy m 4iedBl- cblew ItsIl be a rsk a little whIle SI IlkledNlf ed M1 pnal musingly bow dI get7 eph pg CWimipsr t Mrs H TThoa ws 1ikyIn aaldtoblrate- rdnHeieie nd Jet deir I 014 lilt Lot akerf aofttr SeI jiaif esgI 110 beeh not bsI- inSrlagoe JD17 J Nor ii te the t aa- Ulgli a tbe ea houston oderi ciThe ow withr Iby I oiiitit U She gsteThe JrwIII 6ta j qart At ttmilk to Thatient o tls I U should t 4 In stall sb T a isdgirndJlizIn ntb pcct1 lllYt ir Puck 1 i- I i jr i r tl 7 v Wz r= LiqT8 C Li il 1 f iTMOUT PAIN o 1I Io i vp Ia Ir 1 Afl sIWtGr1t4Y Woik Strictly = Ifi c1= r R J c AllDI JS i91 I OfBce hours 8 lo 9 mtS1to2 pm 1 OffioaB eVer Rydons Drugstores fftMDaIf r f Office tetocra MUM I UsrNsL f N rk wJGRIGSBY S TTOJINEY AT LAW ejeGaIrPIoovI 1ak1chI flqOP1D xMWr T J JBRoi MWFTATT- paRoBAItOS 4 HYATT flPb1duiJ til irgesisfrr Office over XW Htganar fro s gri oppo Presbyterian bvrci- to DrP WW Ray IItbt0f t ffiC y9f Kva031 Robert Drag S wl fbOD8Il cc4115 fBewdenoe 172 O Nf MA1fS p day ilIIRlt uiffETOM AID UCEISfO EHIAHR to DTELEPHOfEe L IIIELp Tin La Scbmdulefa inW 1kigim pc DOW io 14C On tie BardsWwD 4eid BpingI4d btaDcbraiq d l1O 41Leaye Louisville at 43O piD i fiardstown Juactlot 12 p i3sxdMoWn 906 pm rne it Spre1d 705 p LteNo 2 LM InSprmgSeld tatAO a U t Btfflfctoifsv 607 a mr srdWwn Jaoctioa 650 11 rriTfs at Louisyilfe 740 am the iro 4g Leaves Louisville at the 820 am BardfejtoFB Janctio- nOIOai fir4stownj 1100 am italT1 Sprine1d 12 30p m co- 14044L44gves SprlnffieM a in lOQpiB Bardstown 220 pi Bardstowii JUIl i01ltJ5 pm mj8 Louisville 545 pmd 11k39o 8Dnsys qa11LMT1W Sprfncfleld t 715 a Bards 11n8LmEardMOWflJUt1tkXI 846 am arrives at Louisvilk 26 1 5 u 5 Hk B1 Smiiay obrLeys lIiroWJil1e at fiv Bardatown Jttoctkxv 645 pm Brdipwv t 7iiO PK arrives at Springfield 8t5DnI KILL TN COUCH ini im CURE W LUMC t Dr N16 I p New DIIClIIIJ g 1 FOR COUCH PICK c 1 Ttill usfsM LLThOATAO UJNGTIOUSLE avARLWT3ZD gATIs1ACtO1 9UVItDZD For Sale l v Mmt11t Bronz TurksySi- eolhwt sex Pre r qfor s4e clapao tome pure bred Buff OriugtonchiekenL 4rLO R Clementsp f d O 5Spr1iigfle1d Ity t fJbone ll moor 175 r 2 sh rtJJ F 119ng t f 1 r isusiness ribufs ininpnottfu 1 l Biiitefei ujann rs tu Honolulu Incli- tfce Straifannfl flurrt ot the inanlin eftFr1J1l Ut1 httLnhxi iis chchII- 21 no mall wnrs btre ThefotIIu t jmit imrr IUK to sy around the iflari iI rj fruat 4rifuivqrBceq Tjie accent of jllft iI k jMiirfbiuJ not uioney or nmehUics T rsK Is flAt njucli tnlnj hefotv Iff s1nk nucf it 4 the safes nre Intend I tlft deikfj n shut nndthr men wflv 4 tthInsf im off for n rifle or n NWItlIl jgarni or teRu1 hero a Wfililf ilhUtl S 11r 0 News t P Aribttr View Trt4i nrrAid that 4SWiIi 9nrltit r11 em Wtjbln t YJHBUt maUara TyJfind tnslt t tiiiS l A ftt1f1le 1uIb8d tlttlU to grt eutkiy like that r 3 pJ8fters For flCranxatlautic Tale lUre v 4ntstated W ft Thda wUtJv r 1tl agarn IiJtt lltpt remarked p ea 1 the rThjtllJwrt jTjoUe milllb uthP watwt mlit fcackfti the hieorlt Pittsbnrg i i ir bfe T sfk snjjlItleH of warded t s IKt qBpuiian It t snpM tIIeplUs yh tUoe Dwkts IJJtt1 t ry JUert ie the Ist pilJj for cfjuttpatjom f k l Sold jijrth Red i iowiLocal llrb ildSWf i Happenings Y Interest FrOhest and Latest AJ1AbOutOurse1TFi1ends d AcquIntnces rFFF rprl Dont forget a5 dinner set j 6e with av 40 purchase of fur itura at Gampl lls V J I fleVJW1Ja11 ofLexingt- oiiillreachlat A tbe Christian hurch t WiSl sburgj0 next- o qaYrt y LtiST Ony the streets of piingfleId last JrldlH aj fur ji scarf sat1inedTRei urn to this office and receive reward For the month of Januarytve jfy Ith t jnJnour1meCainpbeilJs Furniture stpre of1pring1idt glasses f goldr rlnii7 with- In attached Return to Miss rPJiced 4 4tReVT D Ijatfnier ioimgr+ 1stOrnr hhere hasaccepted call 1cm1 Metropolis III Mrs lizzie Campbfill desires thank her many friends for I theiri Ixberal pnttopagetrough e jpasfc yeir and wishes all iprosperbus new year and soncifc8vthe patronage of all hen in need of any kind of o furniture stoves tin and granite ware t The b ns of matiMmony Fepblishedthfirst time yterat St Dominics church be oo een Miss Maggie Bucrman r John Wheatley the we Jding occur on the 14th of this month Miss Buckman iii if the copd daughter of Mr Egbert uckmab and a veiy atrctivehd estimable younj lacy Mr heatleyis a prosper uoungr- mer of this county a1dPMisscouple from the Valley Hill neighborhood wJr mar ieff YeSttl rday by Rev E EC L3WSn the manse They were ac g cooapanied bv another1 couple p same mind hut the age oj brid who was only ftfteen i was a deterrent in issuing the necessary license and no w rittenJlly iise tof her parents resulted qisappointm Dtto the cpuplel I Nellie Catberine ilie beloved eroJMr and aJrs Silas Lbgsdon died atthehrnpeofba parents near town on Becember after a short illness jofpneu monia j She was jqs tthreetyears of age and was ajremarka bly brighL child JuaWas the light of the household Thef death of this little daughter is tbe second bereavei3ent theI parents have suffered recently infant having diedi only a shorl tithe arnnd Mrs Logsdon have the hear felt yrp1 atbyo a large aco ua ntance in their bereavem ptv Tlfe Nejv J Leader extendl1t5finree5reI iet andytnpby 1t 1 Tenh ttts lii Ygt capita1 stock of the peoples iqpOslfc 8 1the1 sold at the court house door 1rt last county coordtl day Tie stock was divided into lots M two sbates a hand Sold to tbe righest bidder a follows fobr shares at 180 two lJa esf1t 17750 ttfoat176 two at 175 An examination of tbe statement ubIish d1D this iieue will show th ereasan for the stoclf cpm mandin such good prices theI statement being an unjusually strong one showing gross earn ings fOx the pasp six months of 581016 The bank pays 5 per1 cent semi annual dividend ang adds 4 per cent to Vits surplus Death of Mathew Shajiahan Mr Mathew Shanahaq one qf the oldest cltiens of tbe county died atIbis home on the S Roser and Ljoretto turnpike ion last Snnday after a long tess tim 1fOtb Infirmities ol ajge HeE was 8p years of age bud hai lyed In this county the greater part of his life anhadIbenai ndu3ttfous farmH was a uexout member oftthe tjatholic ch mureijal touk JJltlC at StlnoS Jn M navporl n Mr SJianahan issurviv45l by hih wife aiid two sops t4esL Mjlr idLIc1 tw daughters MissK ite Sibauahan and ahbthpr dkttr4bt iI5i Djmintcan sister1 IflJiieighL hors m rays spoke jn tulijiishe iteIm slof his honestjr a1J dv4fji deaHoiaS with his fellow man Kodol i Itetiev Gif InwgestiOLJ TT t tri iUP1 S I t JM AnotherVeteran conJ In the derfli df Mr Joseph Ilosesanother Ij rid most esteenled ciuzenis He djied at his hbtiie two miles north f Springfield on lastS tirday and was burled from jStDomi jnics ohureh on Monday Imoirj ing Mr SSpaldinghad been in feeble heatth for the past efght or nina jfeais and had bee confiried for IItII utiexpectfcd Mr Spalding ks one of the very feW sur vivors in this county pf the MexicanHvar he having served i pnitedStatesforcesi and was honorably discharged nd was drawing a pension atI he time of his deathl Mr1 Spalding was born In August 820 in Hickman county jTenn and mpved tot this cbUnty in 860 where he has ben a ucl csful farmer and tockralsert He is urvigltIby his wife and tWO spns Messrs 3oe and Richard Spalding bo hOfwhQn liveattb home placell Annual Debate the annual debate byf pupils f the High Scho61 as become awe of the fturesofL Iccallen Srtai ment nxTously looked utvrd ta by the pupils andt atrthis of he schqol nd tbor lliiy enjoyed tby thd public when sivea Tbeffifth debate in tbe history oftbe High School vasindt an pxqeption TO the usual high standard of these ntertain merits unless indeed iit exceeded any retofor given m exfceUepf n and highly enjoyable feaituVes of ine program front tarf IP finish Prof George Colvin bet j 11lprarcns of the school in bis efforts oonjy to make the school as pd as any other sphoola ofI towiis of similar sizebut forge ahead and rank second to uonetHe isablyl assisted by a corps of teachers who are hearti sympathy with lliim and wfrk to develop jir r each pupil the liighest ttp wlnciiKe is capa ble of attainino fThe results of thaI earnest efforts of teachers and principal ie mVifesitly evidentjin these annuair debotes when boys not yet ouiiof the teens argue ques ions in a clear logical manner jtBit is a surprjse to heads that lhavel grown hoary wih the ffoslst of Ee aTiLporing over niusty pieces iithe brigh tests minds of other days jedeb tihg omrnittee was COlvinjWal eit ifirmative jPar1 Medley JIai yShultz and Ollje Barber negative with Tniglt Handy cbairman t who presided with the ceand ease of a courtier fthe subject debatPd was Re pl That there should be rjulsoryarbitration ofa1ll dfgputes between Gojpital andi Labpr Before a commission apt pointed by the President To single oul one of the speak ers for honorable mention above his fallows would be Unjust to LihIsLi masterly manner that evinced qrisihality of thought and a dili gent study oftheLoubject A p1e conclusion of iIrg1 tnents by both sid s l John Shuck McElroy tjj Gore and Job Fblin renderedl their decision in favor of the negative The decision was an- noiCecl 4 to the audience in aelI cbosen speech by John Shuck McElroy rrMiss Kodman Thurman Vas ingrbyselection Tbe Shepherd and the Angels was appropriate to the Christmastide arq vras well rendered Parser Medley sung Fpr This4in a pleasing manner and Harry Shultz singing of usuDl set a baritone solo was an on jjdyable feature ofe the program- A tenor solo ISunsetwas sung by Will Waters ard wasJ wellreceivecl by the au4ienre The vocal quartet Merry Gnnstmas sung by Frank Med- leyl Bobby Shultz Hamilton Tapp and Thornto Waters all little fellows was evidence that tne musical talent of Springfield will ba recruited by these boysl as they grow insize and courage They were great Missns Francis Marth Ida J McClure Will Waters and Harry I Shultz sang Melody of tipye While the judges were deliber ating upon their decisiontber audience was entertained bythes singing of three numbers by Mr Vincent Kuhn of Nashville Tent whose singing was a rare treat and waS the finale of one of the most en oyable entertain mentsof the season Not atisffed with giving the public a mental feast a banquet was spread at The Walton with overs laid for seventy who had been bidden to tbe least bv Professor Colvin who never does things by halves rallspondguests and Morpheus was the only one who did not get all that was coming to him asJt was 2 o clock xSaturdfCy phen the guests took leave of their host ECNL MrsiC Talbdtt Mrs ji A Tr ng and Miss jNancy Tong were in Lebanon ThursdavI MisS Hallie Huston of MaUd was a visitori in town last Fri day Mr Green Jones of Louis vill spent the holidays with his mother Mrs Talbptt Misses Kathryan Wakefield and Nanie Shehanj of Maud sjere in town last Monday gMrs G F Carpenter will leave Saturday for her home at Decatur Ala ajftwr several weelis visiti to her parents here Mr rl Philip McChord of Hopkiosville spent Christmas with his wife at her parents Mr and Mrs W T Mcelroy Mrs McChbrd will continue her visit indefinitely Mss Mary McClellan return ed to Lebanon Monda after spending week as gues of her brother Mr W L Mc3ellan Messrs John Shuck iMdElroy and Jack McChord of Central MorIriof State College Louis Kelly of Columbia College Ow nsboro are at their respective homes un til next Monday Mrs Everett E Buater of Burgin iis at home for tt e hull day season Mr Lester Gibbs wi I leave for Louisville Mond ywhere he will enter the Bryant Strat tlton commercial school 1MraJld Mrs A L Tenkjns of Cincinnati spent the pat week with Mrs Jenkins1 parents Mr and Mrs G D Duncan Mr Howard Goatley who bas been in old Mexico two fears iisi visiting his iMrs Palmer parentsiranJ Mr Tom isTisitmg relatives here- IT Mrs Joe S Olaybrooske has gltbe holidays parenfs 3a Bardstown Mrs Nellie K Thurman of OOOOOOOO OOOOOOOO AT THE BEGINNING OF THE l ew Year HH- begtocall85 I attention of the houseU keepers of Springfield the fact that I S keep on hand a first class supply of Z freh meats arid respectfully ask a i 1ar ofyur 4trooage The Choicest Meats Only S l 2 sausagelft2 ordetsI1 Bella Carpenter j sss Lawrenceburg Is spending tbe holiday season with ftjrs imcian Gregory V Mr Chas Roberts vha returned to St Louis after a brief visit to his parent here Miss Willa McMillan who has been attending l college at Bowling Green is at home A prize was offered by the faculty xor the most proficient student in stenography odI lypewriting speed and accuracy t being e buis of the t stiMiss Miss McMillan won the prize over six monthstudents while spe had been a student ohly three months That is unusual record considering theI brief time Miss McMillan had been a tudent and is a splendid testimoniall as ip her application and speciall adaptability for hat ainei Mr and Mrs West of Louisville were guests at the home of Mr Lucien Gregory IandMiss Mae Bell Gibbs of Beau mont college Harrodsborg is spending ih GbristToas vacation with her parents near town Mrs Garslile Glelland and babe pF Middlesborot and Miss Ellen Gregory of Beaumont college Harrodsburg spent thSholidayswith their father Mr James GrEgory FMrj Grand Rapids Michspnt Christmas week vithhis parents here Judge I H Thurman and trife and Messrs Will F Simms and Frank Peters who hidvelee9at Heng rsonville N C arrived here Sunday MiS Elizabeth pee Who is teach hg schoolat Prospect Jefferson cpunty spent last week at home DrIJ B RoBards and Mrs RoB ds and A R s u zspnt the past week in Chicago Dr and MrS RoBards are now residents of Harrodsburg Mr John D Roberts left last weekifor Middlesboro where he has a positipn with a drug firm M Ci mpbell and tvo Master Osoar and Lillie MrlSVisiting in Indian poli Btiswell yisied his mother aj Pottsviilethe first ofj the Vleek MiForestCeice of Unto town Is visiting relatwesVhere- Mn and Mrs Arch Hays of Louisvillej are visitingrelatiyes I here Mrs Kate Canter of Luis villej visited her son John Cii tar last week Mr AO McC irtv with the Peoples Bank visited his home folks at Campbellsburg last week IMtor James JI Graves of South Louisville spent a few days at home during the holi days Mrs G W M cBride of Louis due cspsnt the holidays with her parentsr Mr and Mrs M L Searcy Mf Booker McClakey of Bloomfield is visiting the Misses Br wn c MrsG B Hawkins of Law renceburg is visiting herpar euts Mr and Mr3M L Saarcy f Messrs C J Haydqn 0 H Mclntire Sam E Clements Leanard Baker Louis Cain Dr Clarence Mudd Lo Haydon Robertsonabdjl the Knights of Columbus at Bardstown Sun ayfDr Winfred Blythe of South Dakota attending medical col lege in Cleveland Ohio is spend log thfe vacetion with his awDt Mrs R A McElroy 1 rMrand Mrs T S Mayes and Mrs Everett Buster spentMon daywith Mrs Jennie Thompson at Bardstown lSl Mr C W Hagan of Lebanon spent a few days with his mother here last week Parker and wife of IDiDiDiJH y spent last wek and Mrs Willardl liTho bpson t and Mrs J Rogers Gore children scent Christmas with relatives at Hodgehville M Hood Cunningham attended i dance given by Miss Mil bur Ourbacker in Louisville Mor day night fp of George Colvin and Mrs Cobl in entertainedt the youngster j of society Tuesday evening iin a most charming manner at their home on Gnmdy Ayenue Th4rooms were pretty in their dec+fating of holly tud mistletoe and Christmas bells of red and ijhe refrasiimejgitg were in keeping with the general color scheme enjoyable evening was verdict pf the roMta Mr John WLewig and Mr Lewis spent a Jew days of ilast week with their daughter Mrs FreoManget in Louisville If iiinii Pieniiti You can avoid aetnuioii1a and other serious results from a Cold Hj acing Foleyii Honey ard Tar It slops tee cong and eacpeh tie coW tromthf syatep atk mflatf laxa tive Refuse any list tkff gettttlae t Im je yellow par age loldljy IkcRM Cross Drug Steie t IQUARTERL KEPJRT OF THE Pedples Deposit Bank SPRINGFIELD KY1 I t the cloe of business on the 31t day of Dec 197Iper m i oans and Discounts j 22349582 Overdrafts secured 457227 Overdrafts unsecured000kDue from Netional Banks t 73217 Due from State Banks Bankers 2044S33 Due from Trust Companies 0002717760 Banking House andLot 500000 Other Real EstateM 000 1220000Uther Stock and Bonds 000 pecie 544576 Currency 1091500 I m7fExchange for Clearing 000 Other items carried as cash 000 urniture and Fixtures L 000 FtndtopayTaxes 000 Current Expenses last quar ter iMfl Tta1 t2888OG35 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in cash 5000000 Surp1usrundt 2300000- Undivided profits 102495 Due depositors as follows Deposits subject to check on which Interest is not paid 16850673 Deposits subject to check on which interest is paid 0 Demand certificates of de posit on which interest- ispaid 00 Time certificates of deposit on which interest is paid 4627467 2147414 Savings Deposits Con which interest is paid 00 Certified Checks 00 DpeNataanks00DueStateBaaks 000 Due Trust Companies 000 Cashiers Checks oiitstand 4ing BillS rediscounted 000 Unpaid dividends 000 TaxesduetndunpaidI 000 Capital Stock not paid 000 Total 28886635- SUPPLEMENTARY r Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm including lathe liability of the Company or firm the liability of the- n4ivlduai members thereof directly or indirectly if such indebtedmesi exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid In and actual aaoumt of the surplus othe bank 00 How is indebtedness stated in above item secured oa Highest amount of indebtedness of any director or officer if amount ot such iindebtednes exceeds 10 per cent of paidup capital stock Of bank 00 How is same secured 00 Ioesamqunt of indebtedness of Any person company or firm includiBg im the liability of the ompany ar Irm the liability of the individual bers thereof exceed 30 percemt of paidup capital and actual surplus NoIf so state amount of such indebt edness Aziount i of last dividend 250000 Were all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend ud was not lek than ten per cent of netproitt of the bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared YesSTATE OF KENTUCKY Il 4 laa County of T ashiBfton J A Boulware Cashier of Peoples Deposit Bank a Bank located on Mabi street in the town of SprimfteW iii said county being duly sworn says the faregoing report Ji i all respects a true statement of the covditioiavf the said Bank at thecloke ofbiIna on the 31st day of December 1107 to UefJudfuttherBank has been transacted at the It cation named and not eteewkere and that the above report i aiMk laCo pliancewithanOticialBOtke received from the Secretary of State designa 11071albe made f J A BOJLWARE CaskUr Subscribed and won to before me by JA Boulware Cpkler the 1st day of January 1IO CBAS M McCgORD Ketary P Wk Commission expires Jaae 8 nIt G D4 ROlERTaON GL HAYDOif L H TH1IRMAN Directors rgWDiretof j r Our friehcli for theircy liberal patronaga during the past year and assure yoa that the same is greatly apprtoatd We expect to be better quipped than ever the coiaihfTMr to serve our patrons aid rtopect fully ask a oonthiuaitcofl- thai patronage t tplCtfllT GRUOTY KcINilRB ACardof Tkamkt We take this m thodj to publicly thank our kind frit ita and relitiodawbo so ably assist ed us durinir tO skkis and death bf our aearvlittl iiMJfrs ter May Gfod bl jp them Is ilje sincere wish of Mr andi4rst Silas Bogsdon i f t I just am MM t JLlt5 1 f S ltd Hope Ckrtton not 10 ycte with rnttrm fr 86c 85e Ladies waiar 60c worth II J waists in 498 wohfa C tC i I f y 4 to t oak make pII1 and t i 1t at Me Hal t v B dI ui from L can per I t r itfifa net 4NKifet Mm MWMlt Mot M ql14 M It t 717 brtlte f yM Ma- IrK ls t1ridatiwlw- WIIIII A1 1M tkt risk froa tektat 21M d wkkla jsM cMut riw Mftim sitO 1 Btk eimsr r hM af iimi BbO I 1Mt aNt wil cNd be- Bath was j 1I sryJiAitlt COtN snd R Iq II Ij eShi brutal tf W Iat rIt 1a ot tM1J r1 1it 1 v f L l OYOIlStkej i i i rrand Itis sirly to begi SLAAFIfNG P BID but we have too III toi and Belie and Ven QvercGai ea SuIte also Bdy on we treaendos cetn In psi aiiytkinfin b 1he HighArteIo for men aud t Pa Ga1g1eD44io are both I We are Eroi hEyery DpartffleBtinonrts I r We are receiykif attrafctinr 9J Handkerchiefs Gloves NCkWIXjJM a sas Susjpeaders Lcfls Silk asW N 1Waiatscc I SpeciilsM loDflij4 Ticsdij oiKjfej lit lOc over to evctoss Bro about ifrifltit otJIfloseii bleached Linen bimask dOe wocfcb 125 IIYrd ch Blannelt LInn Damask worth Black and Colors the Rohertiiiii1aybrookecfy L oUlQOllJ l Jfi iFURNITURii F i i i 4 No use to go t J i Campbell has an udate4i i everything The following iIifew SfCdISa4 1t11t iia i Rockrsi A4 twerp wesuMtftsw La4To Takes cab Miris srcVchaLth iIiiIc BW1 Msaadw ti ama4DrsIzBckfroi2ai K L75 per ture Anything line b JrAi FurnK ceftt i 1 IC Mrs 1 Lizzie OOi A JliII 4 tttt rlOp1 Mtfffct pen beh e oC srs1eIxcitMd tettebincoid from jtma imrt iifctt siaftar efciractir eWlr fctt 7thrWI yon EitaIlDaIIaar Ia kjasdLo1uk9 itttti 4k IIT a7gEe tbSV- ty ontka L4DW- MQoert I lnCloaks rladies QbathIa which akig FORA Besureyoisbfoi baying iOia oflfcring Bargains Xmas bltachd 1 O Lebanon iin 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puttfaIimdtdoso He farther atotedt that while ttU preacrfptioa it ofeu prescribed ifa rbtaqtatte afflietfeaa 4- thI tplendtt raMlta he ooold eee oo INUCMI why it weald not be a aplebJW rwdj for kfdW aad uriaay tioabtet and backache aaitht a peaaHar actieo opoa tile kidney awctjire eleanaiog theee noat fa nortaiitbTgafle and halpiaff tham to alft and Iter ftoui the blood the foal aada and aete matter which caaae I tdcatji sad aafiintag eitJIof rlu vie n to iilla iiJ M tr HsIt ittsr pns whkk- llt1e eTte amaUr tNt Jt ir doebtHai theme toportaik tri t flea whk W uj eaaalder witti preft it Salt to Jl aaiiiial eboatiiiMfiit aa heal tiawaMi Jf the btood fay SD tEp rtut D tbe sttmuIaoa ft the tetafMl orpuMi sad ia the fowc b74ebkd f4 a t4n Will otdlem iaay be ISe4 aliMMe tltalfJ C Hb1 sSLr s Ns- t 3hchtO ftiakfalr te iavfi 1 and th rsRStb s t J i t 1 05 upes d i and teedIiI ow The awsdyta of a SIkmbI la a IItp art n 9iVf Ml kbi dteT air yII sdI tide flit 4c- IVI s 4dtDIplr trouble Xi n yDr7wId to K 5W p rWkthi 4J tnlSJ rB L J 1 lIt4 O1trrI Msias sssof L eaIyp b i4 J 11for- 1 1sncdfetmretl then- iWZ54c qtii U otdeocaait H H whhoet laavfair s- n1I1L at B L IT pS P1s i is- vs1 d atk bR1fl SN-jj wIe fl 11 sdieated bt s t Vestha expen1mt LEbl atgrpd floce a daf tl4TMftMk a t et- ii H ai agaii c c el Wby thou with five alt of flporae aiiotiW t aU tkaea s tMst SDTe4lff- i V afl hinds rf stock Npqr eel for anjtbln r A Painful1 Persistent ConHie- mJa serioutreguhs if allowed continue unchecked Constant hacking tearS the lungs and cxpe the deli inflamed tissIc3 to ravaging consumption Tie most obsthte and advanced u readily relieved Piwi Jaf other remedy has effect upon the throat and lungs For ec 8OOthinait LFo has Cured 5nmfpenble and cases of coughs and PaokiThre Is the aedr T 1 flirn rteini t Thewha1ekby a Heaiis the only eenrce of laartn oil Thoagti ltttJ4tJ known to Canto tae fcdnbie menhaden yieldi oil W ferttU r worth f10D0 ooIi jar tvthgJ sanpioyisnt to ioal- i4r and tew emjpftojiees of fifty Tip people ww are to prottebly engaged iI f uiteril 700000000 of theet ftsje eferyi year oatitraBy claim l ajftbtf were crtated ptv4eatlaly for ttta tag ree fjarpoae eteee they art not fit fef food dete lupIy ssiiI exhsuat1bs1Io kpoinr whence tbey ieouj or whftbr Ibeygo 4irwe k Uajt et efr n1g vaat acboohr cDOSS aqsr iII fpttt Jlexko aiv4 ka fctely packed qtaacea nftir t t ttwI iacapaWe fit 4terpshii fW caps All tM add inpj- ato teat sp wW bg5455q Brvokiyn Xaf Ifc Actly Av4graph- At L a ciMrltabie iO Tla Parki once Ba vOnRo4ehIJd sopad at a mil co d14 ty Gyp anti the fair lit torateitc ad4reaned kim with the usual raqaeat to buy somethlij What am l to biyrId the baron Toe are noiking at suitable for Rnt J have an ideij I should UkI Mvn your ss4orap4 gall sic that Taking a cbe t of tbe JadyI wrate upon It Received from Baron Btiawk4ld the sin ef 1000 franca tor the betegt pCchariiy Gyp anm Botb chlld read It thanked fair aad aBdln bar rote fqrtlie Mmt nAztetl went away delighted H Wttk tM jeAy 1ncnuty The cutfttertal e I tio fHt7 Grdacberiy that I co kl sutdfiiybt refusing to LIve aty daughters atr4Ie with young HnfglBS but its go- 4Whata 1 the trowbkr queried the- rred of the family iifce Aedises to 1tuplnlMdttbe M HBiiB with sli ooea faced S o iiKisKters ce m yc- tictIssar tbe sWries told of the Ximlairj r DrIans Richter Once wts idwNiralng a SlUart iiyyphoay jp Whlcb the first violins had a number erfolTUtttar wbo said Please gentljBHien piaBiwiBft l Qteen Iab not suffra cettM Again when on one occasion Bfefeter was sot thoroughly wltisied 4th the ICliesUal re n rinic of- ti4fro ITrfetan gad isoMe ki topped the Tcbeantal an4 asied fe i8CridI ltJJa lIsa playingf addicii that ftoklii was tbe davgliteroC a king j wot at a eoofc 65 inotheP occasion WWI rebeargfai Tscbalkowskys Ro M and Juliet music the TiolpnceHos IhaVtfi very tssioaate melody to play RkMer was Jby ao meaos satisfiesg iaat tM needful warmth of expression a4 teen obtatoed GentlicaeB gent a4d he you all play l1 niONHMBpt like oereM Leftdoe rlttL t rldkiCrit pr i3ss Jr Ae past nle years theWlncou- epietiin t atktf kaa been con g teak tO 6ten f w1eta r fttaAtRC eoni foe hugs is desirable 1a the tests JMtyi to JB +4ttBf4 wyre fel with Ike corn Tba ll jrrrveor was fcd alone buttbe jre ks tUH1JtHard tciMMmed iir pound of pIJa1hnt jl was ropsdcre4 Tes4rabi to omit Iflng JJi subequiM yeara Tbe rftI1ta bave varied a ittij froai jyian1 year but cosIdeningtbe aver r ap jjf all the testB 117 taw fed di r- ibl1M tnt IIiW wheat iqfcJdH51 ttia4 SD eri1Ct gapt e IS poand i whitean equal iisnsber ted con rsM wt nddtM ll1oQ pMBMti ech the feed neqsiirM peri INwM nf gets the two caeea bejifg t potinek and 4 pmnds TM aa- 1M tfrm Kiling thereiiMNi tdtoLTpercsnt i Putl- sWbau bMrI if yonr 1 Itiad tt foNittiM HtWay doeiiixt be rotira kr frw 4j as4sm1 We tt G Y Pjehkitl tless Taaa hm says Guyt fIt the Waiin tos J8 o 01 elcir tt IDsL wftH the bat that if f fa plteher and that he can 4 f IJCeeler cit io i kr 1 t su gii a oi Thd by No ealfng hangIectiouI paper 190364 IL MIN L ii = i j etthe ILrW qOI 1asEut PI1m 1 wk the is roved cesa1t bmen Eveiyiausp- wayaescL Wr on eScy fat d- citive enIaAyo the ief op 1j Rayc1np I i ti Her 1in rclull v t ke t traCt ot hr b- 1mngnwr 0 1b 4ttor a jelff dctwe afii wwTa itJ then IM it flliPa1 po1 J t Later oa abe ptayed eW wetoaa nIIt tuiiiJ iilw sha btJ1M t Mge bea- wfY1Ltuton Poet A Cstdraphis Errer QfMteis too muck water Is preked htgeIiyls dcte to your IaOke fOfI jsigpln aot locating Wal street down d in entuckV where the limitations of water are more properly waderstood VTaabingtoa Star Ifl nis wr iyr as Ia a little taK to the members of the Aiaican Press Huntorlsta Pasadena a theItherd Bob Burdettfe sP ke ofatbe changes that have come over AwKlcas humor Modestly enough he is said be could not write successful butmor today because there is no longer any emamd for the bumor that found eager readers in his heyday as a pros fesskvnaL humorist The Joke and sitwuatfeos that appealed to people a gen eraoo ago would not raise a smile today Thaw the humor was longdrawn put but today there is a demand tor humoT of a crisper sort best evidenced In the cenVersatlonal joke and the ephemeral paragraph Denver Repubi lIc1i i ia d t AN lIRISH SUPERSTITION FMtermen Dent Like te Meet WomenhWhen Startini F6r Work Superstitions as to Its being paost unlucky to meet a woman when setsting but to fish or upon any Journey byS ila1ldi was one day anxiously watching a small smack beating across the bay agajnst a heavy sea and stiff breeze which had suddenly sprung up Afterta long and bard fight for it the little craft made the pier In safety and up skipperSure what better luck could I have Didnt I meet a redheaded woman In Sligo this morning the moment I left my lodging to walk down to the boattIIn this case the color of the womans hair and the fact of her being the first person met with after the man left bis house seemed to tte the determining factors In tho days luck But Jn otber places the objection to such an encounter embraces hair of all shades and any hour of the diy it being amply sufficient to bring the ill luck that any woman should pass you by just as1 you are walking down to jthe boat Only a few weeks ago the writer visit ed a small fishing village on tbeGalI way coast and Just before getting on his car to return home was chatting to the landlady of the little Inn A strapping young fisherman who was walking down v the road toward harbor suddenly stopped climbed theI the fence and made his way to boat across the fields Tbe writer served to Ills hostess that the young fellow must have mistaken him for a process server with a writ for urn Sbe laughed rather derisively and said Us BOt you at aUIfrbelJ afraid of b iime Hes Just going fishing nnu would not pass me fay if you gave hlrt dLondonlNlnnThere is HO doubt Napoleon fell dlzzloesitothtftelglJt de Ragnse says the Comtesse dc Bofgne once explained to me the ca tare of LIs connection with toe em p rer ja a phrase which is more orlesf applicable to the whelematlonoWhen apoteoii said All for France tacrved with nthusiassi When be said Traiice and IJt 1 served with zeal Wbe H aldl End France T served With obedience When he said Wlibovt France ii felt tho necessity of tSfrtr from WwVrT Pa tondon W ifll jAHf M bit tMr Have you evf traveled IB a sleep ajf car Uack Japer Yea opcet B tt1I didnt sleep any what was the tretiW- eTou see I4 Jttet greased ray boots MM Id beard telpalxMlt them porters always taklB peoplesl shoes out ann lafkla etn ao J had to keep awake tit nMcht ae he woHldHft fit a hold of avttte far k ew if bed n It hed Ji eitra wajScouBt t p the hard iou BiiP4 if f caa see wljy Ae cesipa0v Ilo s t kiad of thiags te go as u Meosdliersld ll Ths- f iie r mat sw1Ca arata plc- I + is elf Yosst JiIwItI tgdudi flssipeckYes 14usd- f j aust so W Mas f4 iu l 1fflspekv vtiasi sot Bst 1 It dsst- a1k III her either rH tk rrE bo 5 1 I tYIf I td that Im comtegi jixttYre t ikr ParteJf JLael tto tbnt Me tJack that tAef wont toe i rI2rliss Is itLr p bag t 1TA tbs W II i 1f6J6 itfth blt- l A good houser thetparing Dt herriotKioe hy JOaMog Joe of theta Ae used ttoinDBeif Wtth usfi pjM i4 found that they aet onr ru tQ tM beat hot by IIObJf uu hdown dMttteal l fireoaei iem ve0 or destroyed the aotif pd t milar partkJw from both the ItOviPItS and chimney sue Wee MBoMtepr expenoaevtii nt wag fond that m oocliMioB of tbe housewife were correct Farm Prog 6 Mother Gooe QuesiiofM Wh wu beef htgust Wad the sow Jv18INi r eu ITtjeo M4Ortw wttte tieatlver eMrinsi Wbett tbe liMa raal wlieIlpWlae had trottNe Jla fte llaundry btarf In maid whose ooce WU nipped sq vrhen afce wa hangIng up elothec Wbebad an aatipathy te certaio uses Little Hies Muffett Whet royal petsoge was a good lMIipn J OM XICeW WM ajoBy fWIaotf Wbic dM a tl e4ec frlghtea alit nal WheathV clock trnck 1 and the mouse ran dewm t At what procewBicm did the dog rr 1 When ttbe beggars came to own Who broke his crown Jack fell It town and broke his crown Phlladei phla Record thIASme Curious T1Ilnfi Aratlcfjfgd without water for three of fiffirTys A mouee can gnaw a hole through anine board an inch thick in threem ours s WogA coon can cracfcMan oyster or danaT hell in his teeth as easily as aljoy cana crocl apeaJiot A rabbit CUD see behind him as well in front It the wind is right a fox can smelt human being a quarter o t a mile f way at If a weasel gets into a hencoop and e not disturbed be will kill from twen j y to thirty hens before he stopse though the blood of one is all he wascIf a jnbuge or rat loses ones iWg It eems to get along Just as well after anl C The Bosuns Pipe Of Jlate years there has been andency for the bosuns plbe to be heard very infrequently in our modern fleet Now IB order to preserve the art of piping in the navy the admiralty has directed that 10 per cent of bos in raining xjstabllshments are to be structed in such familiar and tradia tlonal calls as the following Call hands lash up and- stow reelers t eave round capstan walk back capstan haul taut hoist away high enough pipe dinner pipe down Yplp ide call away boat call awny galley i tand by wash oithes and sweepers London Telegraph Churchyard Under the Sea When the coast erosion commission ers visited WaltonoutheNaze recently they were shovn a spot north of the pier and about a mile from the shore which was formerly a churchyard ATquarter of a century ago the tonibestones could be seen under the watertat ebb tide but the sea has further encroached and even wuen the tide Istextraordinarily low and rae sea clear he old buriiic ground Is scarcejy dis cernible now front the sea level jjc Milons In Waters I According ti the figures given in tbot statistical abstract for the latest re ported years the annual prodnct ofJAmerican waters fresh and salt has a value of about 50000000 exclusive of the salmon seal and other products of Alaska This includes fish of all kinds oystersand clams frogs sponges ter rapln whalebone and alligator hides Quinsy Sore Throat The following mixture will generally quickly bring relief in casq of a quinsy sore throat Thirty grains of chloride of potash three drams of tincture chloride of iron four drams of glycer in and enough distilled warer to make tour ounces Tbe dose for an adult is one teaspoonful every hour until relieved To avoid the constipating ef feet of the iron a good dose of some saline laxative should be taken New York World Method uHe occasionally says thing that art wonderfully apropos sthione statesman Yea answered the otherbbsUke our parrot at home It doesnt know much but what ft does know It keeps repeating until some circumstance arises that makes the remark seewI marvelously apt PIttsburg Press Rat Intelligence A Greensboro Ga gentleman tells remarkable rat story His Wire aIbeen bothered by rats and mice play- Ing tag in the dining room and set a large trap to catch them Late that night the husband hearing queer noises stole down to the room As he looked In he sawthat a dozen mice had been caught In the trap which was surrounded your rats They had dragged the trap into the middle of the room and were evidently hold lug a consultation When the Ugh flashed upon them they hyrried their preparatlona to jt close Ofae of the big rodent seised the door of the trap between his teeth anther selaed 111mJ Jr tt the tau tbe third and fourth then took hetd A sudden pull was given the deer lew open and IB as Instant rats and calee had disappeared lleav 1yoCatfi-wB4ey weeping for fbe head ei the he iwhoee autobIJe had gooe iveLAirway iaid the wMew dryhmI her te ra for the moseat 1 te 4ei1I ipa te the height ef faahfealit istb1pet H rUt i Ptsasuiia 4 1ndIw4styte 841J41 7 Isiyiv r Thits Jiat JIb 1 WSt e ts hey tItiI it s V i 1 f t J FOR t4 i NEURALGIA 1ScIAT1CA f l IH Ctt DISTRESS IN STOMACH SLEEPLESSNESS M I cjzrndL F TIa WEST POINT CHAIN Was Nearly a Mile In Length arwl Weighed Almost 200 Tons Fn i an fronmakOrs point of view e jg eatest nchleTement during the Revol itionary period was the making th great West Point ctiain This massive chain which ha8probablyp had an equal since thirst hamaar i truck upon the first anvil was otretc4edest point to prevent the British fleet ly making a second attack upon Ingon and Albany It was nearly c miliin length and weighed almost 200 tins many single links being us heavy as an ordinary sized man Tos complete Uln six weeks sixty menE hammered day and night at seventeen forges and the cOstS of it was placed i 4CKOOO The great chain Is buoy d u4 writes Dr Tacher by very large togs pointed at the ends to lesstl n th Ir opposition to the force or the d u e L The logs are placed at short Vlistpices froinerfbh other the chain darrle over them and made fast totach by staples There are also aII numb ir of anchors dropped at proper dlstaices with cables made fast to the aIn to give it greater stability No British ship passed this Iron batprler With its aid West Point became the s rongest military post in America so trong that treachery was trIede where force of arms ball fan d When Arnold was plotting the sutrender of West Point be wrote Andre nd said I have ordered that a link be removed from the great chain andLi takcn to the smith toy repafr Theo chain however remomed in place tillii the end ofjthe war and links of Iif result to l1s en In the museums of A1 bany Tt st Point Newburg and NeuYork Exchange l PAIN a Pain in the head pain anywhere has its catas atn lacongestlon pain is blood lresaurenothlnC lse usuall7 At lea so says Jr Shoop and to rove It he bag created a litt15Dtnk tablet Tha- iabletcafled Dr Shoops Headache Tablet coaxes blood pressure away from pain centerS taeffectlachnnnlnguleasinglydeligitluL Gently safe1y1t surtly equahzes the blood clrcu latlon If you have a headache its blood pressure t If Its painful periods with women same cause Uyou are sleepless resOess nerycus Wa blood tongestionblood t rtatnty for Dr hoops Headache Tablets t In 3 minutes and thotablete simply dlstribute pressureBruise it get red well and pain ypuT Of course it does Its anelJLj cestion blood pressure YouJl find itwhere always It I simply Common Sense We sell at 25 cents nd cheerfully recoaa Bd Dr Shoops Headache Tablets DaIry Notes Some dairymen fast the cow several days before the date of calving to prevent milk fever All rifti feeds arc gradually decreased till tbemlmal re calves nothing but a little hayVnd Sort feed made of equal parts bmd andi ground oats Bear In mind that it takes cream and uot skim milk to make butter When skimming the cream lleave tin the skimi milk in the can and feed it to the bogs It wilt be of value to them but an nbIsolute detriment If Any of It ls allow ed to go into the cream Jar II Mango In Horses The best cure for mange IttborscsI is creolln says Farm Progress t t eight tablespoonfuls of creollw PntI quart of soft water rainwater Is ott pal tablespoonful ttone pint of oil rubbed well In will cure crude coal oil and flowers of or In the absence ofr the crude mixture of kerosene oil and lard alsnl the sulphur In it Tonic rtSr Farm Animals Give a teaspoonful l pf copperas t IiIlliIi pQorsbouldespeclaUyrcqehc i Training Dairy Cows he first year of the dairy cow should be crowded full of growth gen tie treatment and carefulI inannjruinent Habits of the dairy cowa fornlid the first year stick through life Cracked Fetlocks When the animal has the skin creek cd about the fetlocks poultice the legs with linseed meal made Into a peuitlc with warm water Change the poul tlce twice a day and continue It for a week Then mix one ounce cacfi otf npetnte of lead and sulphate of zlufr With ine quart of water and apply n lit lIe to the cracks twice ft day untlf Uwy are healed Alsol mix four ounces each ef sulphato Of iron and nitrate of P0uij taseium dHdP Intottwentyfour doses tGlve one twice a rday Iii lbean jiiash un til frif ikwililce kwteitJt Porter Lu55 The nhpwaiBar to irocn Inks different farim 1Scene kdies arffer every moDth from daTkT1 tiMlr eja bloleb aB ttHlr asd4 j Iw tiMraer agac c Ie that sacaa eaprua Whatever the symptoms tefleather the Iaaae m dDe thrfwfflfobood s IMC Tact as the cue Cl thtroi tbi vt esed r Wine of CarduiI MrtM C Malta I aIotI l 41 enflreiY v WJHTE USA LETTER t A DESERT SANDSTORM Experience f 0 Woman Traveler While Crossing Sahara I What it means to encounter a sand Btorra in the desert of Sahara Is de scribed by Mrs Palmer Thomas Few things bring such a sense of utter- owerlessness as u desert sandstorm nd I shall never forget my experience f one Our drtigoman one day suddea j called our attention to a darkening horizon line seebe said sandstorm comes No man will ride in such We bud barely time tu diimiouut and m akeIthe camels kneel in a circle on and before the storm was upon aehi man threw his kaftan over theI peaks of his saddle and crouched with- In the shelter t afforded and that formed by tbfe animals body bqhlnd him while I nestled In the hollow by ray camels neck arid houl er drawing the folds of the blanket like stuff tightly over me The wise beast knowing what was coming her long neckl right round andl her bead on my knees seeking the protection or my cloak ror her eyes against the sand which driven by the fury of the wind struck the face like owdered glass But I longed out upon the scene as long as I could watching what appear d to be a mass of brown gauze veils streaming up across tin sky darkening he sunlight and gradually blotting out everything from our sight An Icy wind preceded the cloud increasing in Intensity eyery minute until the sound f Its roaring made ones own voice inaudible while the darkness became that of den est night And so we sat silent in the noisp end the blackness ntil the hurricane abated Then look ing out again I saw the brpyvnfsb mass of cloud flying before thiudaway toward the Nile somejjprty miles distant and the cloudless blue of March sky In Egypt once moreover spread abovtf us But the legs of our beasts were all covered with the sand that had fallen and notwithstanding my sheltered pn sitlon the sand Watt lying on rty dress and hat and was thick upon us For some tlim we watched the brown cloud losing itself In the Immensity of the desert where the whitening bone of animals tell with sad frequency of the overwhelming fury of these awl den tempests then we mounted and rode away Chicago News WrJALES AS RAMS Cases Where These Marine Monsters Have Attacked Vessellr While cruising in the south seas the whaler Essex on NOV 20 1820 was fu rlously attacked Bv a cow sperrn whale supposed to have been the mother of n calf which had just been harpooned The whale had not been wounded her self and her attack was very deter mined At her first rush sbe passed under the Essex and carried away great length ot her false keel ThenaI coming to the surface a considerable distance way she appeared to take bearings and delIberately charged tbe vessel again ramming her with such violence that she stove in the bows while the ship rolled so heavily that the captain thought she must be din mantled The ease Is memorable because the crew htui to abandon vessel and one toot was never1 thtIot ain JAiuHI A SEA LION Remarkable Exploit ef Three SoMtIe- t Ckiidran JGlenWindall and a couple OfIewere killing time around the wharf of the Chlopeck Flak company at the foot of Tlrguaia street Seattle when thor saw a sea lloa butting its nose against the piles of the wharf ini a lonesome manner The animal looked as if it were teat It bad a sort of pitiful appearance flopping around far from any other sear lions and young Wlndall and his com panions immediately conceived the it was up to them to be com lliJdeathnt with the lipn which was little fellow about onethird grown I A boat was obtained by the boys und they got after the lion Somehow the maritime beast didnt take kindly to the idea of becoming a hangeron tp a 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