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CaUeUIM1Ml OIbS4IC hctt A6erIO DickLham tru l I Ji IlF OOcCfIIaty Sanevo- rtPi lky AsstO or W T4iWbrII Deputy j is 0 J 4tIbY O Vv T ah kiCaoaiSPI bi1trI CITY COUr1 LW io4k4J d Jek GrQeltzrs1It l I W w Qrif byt city Attorsiest p JUTICK COURT IJtkt rtsart hI14 in Jauary as I ApcU July MctobeF tit f Church Directory THODI8TCHTIRCB 91tey GWLJ Pastor Serj Tic r0atbe Ptana Third Sundays im 114 iwrntlf lotJl a mand71 atlOam m- jl rlcltOoliT ryS nday j PyE aMtiJJJg eYery W3dIeSdai Jgktt to CATH0WCICHURCH T Hemm w Pastor SC1if T JP iin ricM 4verr Smftday at 8 and 10 oclockb Mi qIeea atStKoS WUBe hours PUBYTKlUA1tOHUXC H16B r Ro E C LLwspn PastorS fTMCkiBC IYHY Ss day at U aitaMatT p Smnelay school every 9v lftT at ala Prayer aaeetiD YIJf Tkmr 4y T iiilltat 7 oVVoch 4 IBAPTiST CHURCH JUrfclfj HarriaonlWaUams Pastor Piifhiag e+ fry S1n ayal11 ainn aif 74ipau S Bclay School every S iiiiy at 930a jJ Prayer meeting fVery TwHrtaT erenjn at 74S oclock lt i HltISTI4 CHURCH tRevrn f ke sfirst and fourti Sunday Sunday t 93dani Fitr al Orderst ioICLOPoJ Spipgsc1a dke Jfo SO xMeU Jrifcaad thjrd Mo day ttotklfa kui3rt JtA Chapter No etssyerTeaCosad Tne daT- Svfti tfieW CosHcll lo 52 meets o- ntrr i irtk Monday KwMHRii ef THX M ACACEKS MeetI a If 3I Kodol For- 11IIigestion wr Guarantee Coupon HIdIsr HrcMhirdsofa fi bottle of boeiti say it lisa sot bene win ntn4 roar atMMjr Try JliUOIItufirootsialiW ba14Wr of the t == HtiI1it 4 c WhatYouEatdM Ta CO ck4wa Di i jifojiMSx THE News leader f t i Murray lMrs Betti Murtay daughter theieMrs America Chin dlerdid atElizabeth Hospital this city Wednesday morning of a complication of troubles For many months the deceased had been a great sufferer from a complaint of a concerous nature going to the hospital about four weeks ago where she received every attention that medical kill could command v Fewer women of Lebanon weae belter known or had more rje1 than Mrs AInrray and j he announcement of her death received with universal re gret tDuring the last dtys of her j venerable mothers life she re- ained wit her and assied in the conducting of the Chandler house which was known as one f tne best hording houses in the city After her mothers dpatbE she purchased the large builds g on South Spalding avenue opposite St Augestines Academy which sheflttednp as a hotel and which she conducted successfully to her death Pos sessing a sunny disposition seas charatable and kind and always bad a good word for the elpless and the unfortunate such qualities made her a multi iin tude of friends n Funeral services were conducted yesterday at two oclock ncr residence by Revi G H ilnaidsi cemetery The deceased is survived by fr n only son Mr Charles JMnrray e thiscity who has the sym pathy of the community in hiSo bereave meni1 Enterprise b I Rani PFdalltlicz VWbeh attacked by a cough cold or when your throat it rank foolishness tj take anyi other medicine than Dr Kings New Discovery says C 0 Eldrtd e nf Empire Ga I have usefl New Djscovery seyen vears and I know it is the best on earth for coughs and olds croup and all throat and lung troubles My children are i ct to croup but New Dis c CJvery quickly cures everyatp tack1 Known the world over the King of throat and lung remedies Sold under guarantee Haydon Robertsons drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free URare Animal As Mr Hez Lung was passing the Lee Biker place on his waittown last he 1lynxi this part of the country The east was on the opposite side ofii Che fence from him and he was glad of it He hastened his steps while the animal went on toward alt River Mr Lung believes hat the lynx would measure fit teen feet from the tip of its nose to the tip of is tail Oveij 3600 i worth of sheep were killed intt this county last year and inJ many instances farmers foundII ear the dead sheep tracks which were taken for those of an un usually large dog and it is hiah jyj trouble was cabsed by tlys beau but ferocious wild animal The lynx is pow rfu1 enough to carry off a full grown sheep Some of the Nimrods who spent two days last week shooting at a turkey tied on a hillside should get their rifles an3 hunt downI the animal Harrodsburg Herald AII insidious Banger One of the worst features of kiduey trouble is that it is an insidious dis ease and bejore the victim realizes his danger he may havea fatal mal ady Take Foleya Kidney Cure at the first sfrn of trouble a it corrects irregularities and prevents Brights disease and diabets Sold by hen d Cross Drug Store For Sale Mammulh Bronz Turkeys both sex pure bred for sate cheap also tome pure bred Buff Orpiijgton chickonsi Mrs OE Clements R f 4no 5 Springfield Ky Telephone number175 2 sh- sndilog r J t Jjj PILES f let MMMMlC reldrree IrS 0iItIIe 14 FOUND DEAD And sorn McMurlrie Jthe 9t4i Negro Who pisappcar fj din Deciernberif iF uitd Ddfl aField The c ead body of Anderson McMurtrie the old negro who- disappearedfrom home on Dec 12th last was found lying neat a fence on Mr John K Walls farm on last Saturday morning by Ray Smith son of Mrs Vic Smith The bxly bore no evi d1e rice of violence and the un fortunate old man had evidently idoHe was last seen on Thursday December 12th by Mr John Wall at which tim hewas turn ed out ol Mr Walls barn It is supposed that the old fellow wandered to the spot where he was found where hedieqJ County Judge Litsey was notified of the finding of the body and undertaker J Y Mayes brought pottersfiehe nearest Magistrate viewed the remains and made a 1rreport accordance with the fats and- o formal inquest was help The old man was 75 or 80 years of age was the fatberj iof Wade McMurtrie and had jbe n n feeble bealtU for some timo1 t the time of his disappearance he left hfcme because he was 2htened Some one had miss d some meat and had gone to the house to search for ii Thee l I fellojiv fearing that he would accused of the theft leffc home anq wandered about the country until he met his death It is very important ehd in fact it absolutely necessary to health that we give relief to the stomach prompt bat khe first signePof trouble which 0atestomach headache irritability and nervousness Theeesre warnings that the stomah has been mistreated it is doing too much work and is e mand ing help from you Take something etin a while esp cally after eals something like Kodol For Dysiiejsia and Indigestion It will ftnayle your stomach to do its work roperly Told by the Red Cross Drug Store lCall it an Accident II Greenshurg Ky Jan 10 Accident is said to have destroy ed the barn of E BLeachman near here during the night but 10 a grorwing belief that its anther in the chain of tobacco troublesFarm hands bad been stripp ing the weed 5000 during the evening These were burned as well as 200 wrth of farming tools making a total of SlOCTO with no insurance Kodol for dyspepsia and indigestiun is the result of scientific ombJna tion of naturaT digestants with veg hle acids and contains the same uices fonnd in a healthy stomach Its the best remedy known today for dyspepsia indigestion and all trouble arisidg from a disordered stomach Take Kodol today It Is pleasant prompt and thorough Sold by the Cross Drug Store Sudden Death Mrs Ellen McGill of Bards town died suddenly Monday morning of heart failure aged about sixtyfive nrsSbere tired Sunday night in her usual good health and awakened Mon day morning iapparentlv well but in a short time said she ascot feeling puite so wtli and some refreshments were brought her of which vre partook lightly Her daughter Miss Mary was but of the room tlJra few minutes not ihiokmg anything serious was thermatter and upon hearing a noise as of a per son snoring returned to the room and f6und her mother a corpse fife being almost if n ii entirely extinct Mrs McGill was the second wife of the late MebNMcGill and Monlarcban estimable Christian woman her daughter Miss Mary Mc Gill pond stepdaughter Mrs ofL jBeim oiof near JBardtown and stepsons Messrs Wi H Mcl ill BardRtownMuirMc Gil1Milsvauk e Wis and IV E her1sistersurvive her l The funeral as held at St Joseph church yeslprday after noon at two oclock Rev C Jr OConnell conducting the serI vices and the interment took place in St Josephs cemetery Bartfstown Standard HowsTtis We ofle r one hundred dollars reward for any case of Catarrh that nnotI ibe cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F j Cheney k Co Toledo oii i We the undersigned have knowa F J Cueney for the last 15 years and 1believe him perfectly honorable ic alt business traesactions and finenc1a11 r able to carry cut aey t bllgacion made by his firm Walding Kinnan Jc Wholesale Druggists To jiedo Olio Halls Oatarr Jure is taken intern fly acting directly upon the blood and mncuojs surfaces of the system Testimonaials sent free IPriceer bottle Sold by allII Druggistsj it Take Halls Fanilp Pills forConsit pation t A Great Opportunity tInaMarshan opportunity to do hjs State atTea service and make himself 0neofthe foremost figures inb Pmcountry Ability pluck tenacity more indomitable will conii empt of threats and jdefiance of danger superiority to discour iicement can lift the Fire Mart shalship into an instrument tot rid the Stateof the lawlessness c sL1Ltxalt the Fire Marshal himself f into a peoples here The posit iori may be filled ina desultory aMj may bea sort of complacent Cpolerkever demand a man not a wbichii e ne Some cavillers will tellt him he nudertakes the impossi ble and he hopeless in embarks iing on the discovery and prose cut on of the night riders It is just because thetask is odlmIS cult and tliR odds so great that Iihh man of the hour Every man who has become a peoples hero 1Jhing the impossible and the hope less by forcing nis way through pneyps are upon Mr Neikirkalsc t hheci tizens Courier Journal i P tctd1a National Par Food andJDrni LawaWe are jleased to annouucei thatt Foloys Honey and Tar for coughs olds arid lung troubles is not affect ed by the National Pure Food and rcther harmful p nd Isendand adults Soldby the Reds Cross Drugstore Ten Uprr On my farm at the BeechI i I IIi Iblack sow and six pigs w hich the owner can have by paying i costs MRS MAGGIE BARNETT t The Discontented Dog lovely dor Bprotid old cat t Lived together In a modern Catsfhe flat was wny up In the II oheI wonder dear puasle why Our inlstrca0 whys so good youuiee Makes aiftha Cr vJirl fool of meT For when sw taltr me for a walk Id tell her if c IM but talk Please not dry me jip you see It makes the rterrira laugh at mo Kow puss vio waa very wise lust opened wP her shining eyes And huini ccl htr back and curled her tall Then gave a curious yawnJlke wall Now riopclp It la wrong you knowS That you should always grumble soFor nil your rsyou should ovouUy Uianlrffil Do you see If you were hurry orbin painICVtre all lUedrcrPled In Ard had no lice to lay yqur head Were longing tor aMtc of bread rhen doggie you would know twas true I know Its sIc lived it through lor do nflt Iok ut me like that For las once u barnyard cat- Philadelphia Ledger l HOw To AYoi PDcndiciUs of appendicitis arel1Mostvlctims Orino Laxative tfrult Syrup cures chronic con Btipalion by stimulating ibe liver an bowels and restores the natural actto of the bowels Orino Laxative Prul Syrup does not nauseate or grip and js mild and pleasant to take Sold bythe Kd Grose Drug Store Re fuse substitutes 1j IW f NEIKIRK FIRE MARSHAL I Springfield Lawyer Gets i 2400 Job and WillJ j Devote Entir Time- sTo Office- Frankfort Ky Jan 1ii After severrl unsuccessful efforts on the part of Auditor PranK PEJames and Insurance Commiss ibneritdssecure some one to actcept the appointment of State Fire Marsbal to succeed Mtttt Ayres the position was to day accepted by W F Neikkk of Springfield Washington county and he will assume the duties on January 21 and relieve Calf Ayres who agreed to hold on until someone lad ben fQundI t was practically decided by Auditor James and Commissioner a Fell lastnigbt to appoint Neiakirk if he w juld accept the pisith ton but the appointment was held until he arrived here tltodayion thdroughlyj with the Auditor nd pledged himself to deyote his entire time to the duties ofal officetAuditor James said today efOre the appointment had been ade that because of the trou bles in Western Kentuckygrpw ing out of the night ridereraids it would be necessary for the Fire Marshal to give his full a1 ime to the office and contim e the investigations where Mar hal Ayres had left off and that until someone was fojiud who would agree to this the appoint raent would be held open This nrr position was satisfact ry to r Neikirkand after the d utiepa f the office ha been fully ex lained kihimhe received the on appointment Ever since tha day after the thlectionhe Republican ticket bad been uccessful there has been a scrambe for the t mce between T- C1w Bandit of Hartford Milwardj of Lexington and John C Wood of Mt Ster ing all of whom claimed tbey ad btiftn promised the position RepublicanIconvention before Mr James id been given the nomination fr State Auditor It was at first claimed by Bar D ett and Wood that they had eer promised the insurance commissioiiersbip by Mr James in the eVent of the election of he ticket and both men put in claim for that appointment mediately following the eltton alleging that the promise had DairnMr James en the floor of thee convention Auditor Jameso turned a deaf ear to both appli ultSand named W C Bell as nsurance Commisioner and it as then that Messrs Barnett and Wood put in ai claim for the or is fire marshalshio which in the meanime bad bee claimed by to Milward and his Lexington 1sidto the couvention and to whowd it wds alleged the promise hadg been made7 This alleged prom tiseand the position of Fire Marshal of tendered to Barnett and imme diately following this announcet ment protests began to reach o the Auditor from the various in- urance companies allol whom a Qsed the appointment of Bar nett b cause of his relationship of in I Ii QuietsI the Coughs This is one reason why Ayers p Cherry Pectoral is so valua Ieblthe wear and tear of useless coughing But it does more it controls the inflammation quiets the fevert soothes heals Ask your doctor about thisI rTheII Sold or over sixty years ly cdADIAI Uluers SAtSAPAMUA PiLLSIWAWVI IIWe baTe a ueri We pubU the formnli of sli ear medieinM uTHasten recovery tey kpkgl the bowels regular with Ayer Ps- a i with the American Society of Equity insurance companies moo tfe IThefund of J4GCO annually out of which the office of File Marshal is maintained the sala ry cf the marshal being fixed at 2400 and the remainder of the fund is used iia the employment of detectives to assist the mar hal in the investigations conducted by him and to pay the salaries of the clerks and the insurance companies held that it was only p oper that the office should be tilled by a man who was in no way indentified with he tobacco interests the State While the excitement relative itsrotraIltheapIpointmenb Barnett held a con rence with Gov Willson Auditor Jamfs and Commissioner ell and declined to accept the position This was followed by conference between Milward nd the Goernor and Auditor e following day which re sulted in Milward also declining he position The claims of Mr ooa and Mr Neihirk were again brought to the front late yesterdayafternooi nd the question was finally set ed todayat a conference between the Springfield mal and Auditor James The new appointee isa trained lawyer and is said to be qualified in ill veiy way to manage the office t and also to successful conduct anyr ariseJTic Pure Fool LawESeqretary Wilson One of the bbjectsofthet consumer of the presence of certain harmful drugs In mediclnen The w requires that the amount of choloiotorm opium morphine an aaother habit forming drugs be stated the label of each bottle The manufacturers of Chamberlin Coughf Remedy have always claimed that t eir remedy did DOS contain any of these drugs and tbe truth of tbisI aim is uow fully proven as no met tion of them is made on the labeli his remedy is Oft only one of thef safest but the best in use for cough and colds Its value hall bee proven beyond question daring the many a years it has been in genaral use Fortt sale by Haydon Robertson i Duroc Boats For Sale r t I have a few Sept farrowed urbc Jersey boars for sale I Good ones buy now while they are young they are cheaper anitraise them for your Spring service Gilto are sold J E Shelby R F D 1 Phone 126tiP It depends upon the pills you take eWitts Little Early Riters are the1 at pills known for constipation nd sick headache Sold by the Red Deaf Store Quality In Milk It is possible that a cow that has been poorly fed one that is In poor sickly condition will give milk that abnormally low ia fat und when shd is better fed or when she begins imprqve in condition that she will ltt give milk richer in fat than beforei but of course this sort of comparison not justifiable because we have con t that are abnormal The per cent of fat which a cow ives seems to be a matter of heredity Just the same as her color or disposl t on is a matter of heredity and can no more be changed than can either these two characteristics We wellt t know that the only way lo change the color or disposition of animals hrough is breeding that is a cow ott Itnet those qualities to her offspring only to limited degree when bred to a bun whose color or disposition differs tromI hers The offspring will inherit the lrea characteristics as well as those the dam If the sires material t antcestors were cows that gave milk poor fat contfent then his offspring will inherit that characteristic to a certain degree depending upon his prepotencytt and that 0f the cow he to There is another way by which the fat content of mljk may be changed nd that is by animals existing r eneration after generation under slit ar conditions as to feed writes P Nrllia In the Southern Rurallst For In tis claimed that a breed of cows taken from a distrIct where th ehe 1Iasturebut nutritious for If great many get- rations may give milk that Is richer n butter fat than cows taken from a district where feed has been abundant for ft oeat many generations Lam ShOlle NCucte ILame shoulder is usually caused by of the muscles awl quick yields to a few applications hrinbeolains f Pain Balm rlJir Mciil ee ofJ ol town New Jruaiiil keen tsoubledflak wrHear Having for some time with a pain hlmy l itl shoulder I deckled to glys Czbe1j lain s Pals Balm a trial Bit that I KotiKo pt rtUefi t For t deu byXsyesiXO tln 1 j r 1ILiSiiBSfRl1JQN J I4r4atR UhlUUuuutltLtLLLI 1 as or i i I KUIRI IWIr + i f IaI71IIl 1 i Sf t RIIIt L POWIIER f AbOlufefrpijro itTIM ivly hakiag pI t w ay VJl 2 t CrsamTaI g NoAtImNoLIiuphspIijs c r j r t NO CROP IN t908i So Say the AmeriCan Society of qwty for Washihg ton County =AmericanaSociety ot Equit of Washington county held at Pleasant Grove on last Saturday afternoon resb lutions were passed to the effect th t no tobacco would be plant SOCIetyInThe meeing wasnot well attended Hbn JJ Oajnpbell CantreK was annoinced to he present u f ome reason he failed to1 appear Hon W 0 McChord was likewise absent and the ei was no one tp address njembers d to arouse enthrisiam Hon W D Cl ybrooke finally called theneeting to order and stated the object of the meeting A vote was taken on the resolution not to plant any crop for 1908 ting1amittees to wait pn the 2rOWerE and to get more signers to the agreement not tov raise any tobacco this year and to meet again on next Saturday Ii t it II cnce jfelsjato your tem iit acts an every muscle and fibre of the body and makes yon ache all over It esaeciklUC eflecis the intesfc ines and makes you constipated Meo in order to get rid of a cold thoroughly notltakei constipate Kennadys Laxative Cough Sprap acts upon the bowels and thereby drives the cold out of tbe system it contains ho opiates it Is pleasant to take gnd highly recom mended for children v Sold by the Red Cross Trngr Store f SAVED BYI SILENCE T Mtmasters Awkward Pause Revwito Burglars Pres nce A stammering toastmaster saved f10000 worth of Jewels to Mrs Per clval J p Whlttaker wife of a wealthy New York real estate broker The Whittokers were giving n dinner to six friends in their handsome home it SO West Eightyfifth street when toward the close of the little banquet 9ne of the guests arose and with lifted glass began a tribute to the hostess All the other guests got up too with heir wine poised In hand But at this critical moment the toast master Io4t track of what he had plan bed to say First he stammered thtoB same to an abrupt halt andlntM midst of ihe awkward silence that fbl towed eVery member of the party dU Unctly heard a man trending back and forth In Mrs Whlttakci bedroom lust above AV I Still holding gijclr glasses thotdlm aer party rushed upstairs just as a full grown burglar jumped out of the boudoir fled to the attlp clamped Sown the hatchway behind him sad made his escape over the roofs Investigation showed thathe ha4t taken 200 worth of Jewelry fro a tlM room of Mae Elsie the FrencH maid e had burst open Mrs Whittaker- ressing table and lied drawn her w 1IUJed Jewelry case halfway out beiInrush of guests scared him oft IMrs WhlttUker thanked the sttm merlng toastmaster so fervently that said he was glad hewasat bonito allc 1 i when KcJsJpnad eart Kidney i g t1 eak tffen these organs always fill Dont drugrthe stomach orstiinulate the heaat or kidneys That is simply a mak sAfft G prescriptioaknowh to druggi t every where as Dr Shops Iie t0r ative The xfestorative is prepared expressly lortbetd weak inside merr ves Strengthen these crveg balld them up wlthDrS hoopseMorative tablets orItquldad jee AOWa ly relief will cowt i Frt iWBpfe tei sent9re uut bDr- WIs sa Your aIt- kthli51it I teiL SiW tMRid- CrodsPr tKt L v t a t ltgSolders 7 1 Iroprty 4J- I tr I 4 1i The gtre U ot LWa ai i f ing t i PA olla by m NI Jy the Kentuckj Statt Giasrfrom LoDisTille fete r il to protect the tobao = aused by the Cont4aedtial7ij t co Ud in which OMJ r r frehandlet I4they are now toying presence of tlsodirs wt N i1imadenecery caecot ai liil5 of night rktorji attJWBprih t1i 27 follow the exampte aet ter ttiiSlfe C in othei pert ot be steto rr Qa JaatSunyjavJman came jfio to M fril1Lpringfiald arid trepcx1ed Joo Jt nighb police that to badueui t ftred a number of jn on back and bat Ihtf wre Irdfor Ltitanoan for th jfliAt Ji lt I purpose of Dirking the toUcn warehquie I Mayor 0 D jtoM i jT calledan Mt iu1os4 areport aDd btiii tern fI Jounty Jma t JX burios1iItIter considri f trik c called on a nywber of ortie to JV ardthe ooe i I A umber of ctiisns bss tII 1on guard MCh BiffiHaoOl q rll8uFrost ihe bert 1Dtr finable there bat bIztWbillJiootI fcI t result of lear beoMM I being 1purchs brs AoaKVl being b bs m rCbalaai8 HtMr Moss to re p ihert and i CltIJ t h wo ldcidN bs4oalktp Spriag1S1 B hsees by The Fstoon mu Mow stated that the hoHM would not be r QIrC that the Soriofl d booms JUI1k 1tbatitbepeop 1 hhira 1i tysio4sFaleL4 i r 2 Ir lTrok rofJtectlpt ad4City IfSpdapV 4 l97 I J FroaiLkew Ta Street nrrf ftrtrrr Tues iTaxesfysFiaes Note for oy b4LTotal J1V 1 For Wateiaad IbtStrfttIPIOY t JTcDepartat t i 1 U t 8IIppUnf t City OtherEpsiata 4ef if Note aad Ia4ers porrowes lE 4er IIDefcitfo Treaaorf Bal lat1T1In rt4alry3aa i fITb1 f J1 e hats l ecMIs ILa a Ml1 irnm o lRIa all iIS WtIea adTIf jow kMMT Talw DtWitts h PAn tI7pcaitlws k hack I1dtIif =OSM lyjsi t coP rkIii IiiiI 1 f m mswm ti VUflp ivuT MOATII MHJfGFIELD KY LLDAVISON jr l1Ml i aMMMleiuf p- tl laI ti Oattc M ud pUUcsatt swckIi SatI wrakbtit c If f ftfcl or tritaeij of jtrtQ h fftftkoHaH on llbera- pp AggtJy-r ClfJtPJ- ata H 1OJItMD ft tbrMs1 au 20 k4IeoIas 1r0 E THUMDAT JAN 18 1908 otM Mtbftllot taken Tues diy bytb two hougfes ofthf Q Mural Asjcmblyy former Gov 1L tr JCW Beckham fop 1 tL Mi fpj t ghfr years absolute j tIsIr of hi partys affairs j MML tocoi the voteso 1 M the Democratic memq 1 titer thereby falling short o- ftr lsibb Thi 1iI aggregate 7k Ys4e ii the two houses stood 661 lor Bckb and 64 for former GOT Bradley tbe Republican 1aone1 A scattering vote was ltfYii as complimentary recog mitioa by tIM Democrats who I iseliasa to rota for Beckham for tiler prominent Democratic A lliiMtars iia Ixwisyille and other rteof the State The ballot iJC in the house separately on tt Jib iaittal day as required by law WM for the purpose of ztstingasucceor to James BI i HoCreary the incumbent The two bomet hi jjoint caucus at noon today when they will prpoetd to fOtl asa bodv for Se ator and failing of election Will MMt in joint cUcUStt cn each deciiyew i I ic41 CMdtiatft Itw practically per FT iaia that the t gislature will be r Mdlockad aad that many days 7 will Japie before a junior mem tfrolDKDt upperIa l f The ooimmitte of GeorgetOwn r cttMeea having in charge the i irc latiOQ of petitions for a pardoa jfor Caleb Pqwers have J Jsi4d a rtatenent to the people t r of Kiatiackyin behalf of the BOted pfissiier which is to ac 4pauy the petitions whcb I f will be s nt into every county oft the SIt The statement was bli nd b cVf oieof he most prominent citi iofliexiogton who compose I tH speciarcommitteeT The aidr calls at en ion to c r Powers poor health his very WsT confinement in prison his tiiree trials by artisan juries iithsrefusal of Judge Morris togrnthim after his fourth trUl When ten of the jjurors stood for acquittal 1i The jpetition will bo put into MM hn4aof every postmaster ia Uateand will have a wide ciroulfttioa and should have IIY insrs A Good Suggestion The fallowing from one of our eorrespondemts contains so much tbat Is timely and to the pcint v that we r srbduce it with our Approval 1 s1tlhas been said that a wise dangerouspci1 m I want to say a Jew tfaimga on the all absorbing ques ttoe tobacco It is urged by the A SVo E that there be no to 4bs1oOiiHd lu 19p6 UtIlS yet tbtr jMui beeoI1Q plin suggest td a4t bow this is to be accom plitht of course the Society hMM a power but not all po JlaDdthe incendiary mss that has been reSorted to J4 of lMsiw the remedy e Itcan re 4t wikii oolhing batto bring i ifAyijA l disgrace and the SJ9RSPT i 1tL 5fp of the law upon i- f uchcn he laid r OOiu it is a welllor WbsI fac4 that those that c llSjift tte w aahatioh have I l ha aNt bsfefpect 4 lilf o flMin oisec of t wli otters shall i p for tb wouki be a qpoflict with the eonsti taws ofr thaw and 4aist sprethe Now 4 IbfMMQP CplIs really the L IjComfortable ITraveingI Il for both horse in a Horse I and provide I Storm Shield I AND PATENT HEATER IIIkeeptheI best made I lI JOIIN LILY B vJ RBERI 1I poor mans crop but those of greater means have gone toI raising from 25 to 100 acres or more and tbe result is an over production and the tobacco grower is really the bnq to blame Now in order to raise tbese vast crops it is necessary o resort o artificial means whereby one man can do the work of twenty i men or more and that means is Paris green Now why cant we tobacco grow ers come together as neighbors and frIends arid ask our KeCre sentative in the Legislature to pass a law that no one shall use ittin any form and make the penalty so severe that no one wjll dare use it and the Whole prooltm of our production is solved for it will readily be seen tht thi will curtail the qrop at least 50 per cent Thent let us all do more work and les3 talking and attheend qf the next 12 montds1 everything will work Qut satisfactory to alt concerned for well can the A Sof E say I am talked to death Let usall remember whether in tbe Socitty or no6 bat therft are other people whose rights and liberties are as dear to them as ours is to us and above all things iey5us obey the laws of r country for herein is the only path of safety A J M Antioch Ky Jan 111908 A Cure for Misery C1 havefoind a cure for the misery mJurit poison produces says R M Jmes of L uellen S U Ifk called Electric Bitter and comes in 50cent bottlesIt b eakg up a case of chills oral bilious attack in al must no timj and it puts yellow jjaundice clea out of commis sion This great tonic medi cine and blood purifier giy s relief in all 4tomath liver and kidney mplaints and the misery f lame back Sold under guar tee at Bayd jri Robe tsons drUg store Tallia Springs JWeH we have had a beautiful winter so far but it seems that if we are OlVt havd old time winter now 83 the ground is covered with s now j Born since ur lat writing to tha wife of Le j Bird a grl ald to the wife of Chaijlie CoVnish a grl Moving seems to be the rrdr of the day Mr Jams White moved in the house belonging to Mr Tatham Dayid Cutsinger moved in the hdirse vacated by White and Harvte Thomoson moved in the hunse vacated by Cufsinger MIr Isaac Johnson and Rev Hate hettwbo swapped baveunew store house at Pairview The school at this place taugh by Miss Ethel Rogers will Close next Wednesday Mr Ollie Fosteri and Mi s byRevTbeY ae repairing the bridge at this plaoe ndIam sorry toI ydissatisfiedy are fixing itJJ The bridge cos 2750 when new and will cos somewhere from 2000 to 2 800 to repair It aid ass6me of the- bandsthatareat workat sayitwilthey get it done as anyone can plainly see if they only take a look atltr think the men ought to do something about it as it will pufe the county tq so much expense and no benefit Mr and Mrs John Harlow gave the young loWs a party last llltdaynight There was a very small croxd out to church Sunda owing toI the inclemency of the feather Mr and Mrs Georgei Shirley were the pleasant guests of J1 S Royaty and family Thursday last Mr Ollie Footer and wife spent Saturday night with Silas Burk head arid wife- SilasBurkbeadand wife visited in the Brush Grove neighbor hood last week Winnie K ys wife and jlittle daughter Hazdl zero the wel come guests of Haryie Thompson and wife Sinday There will be Sunday School exhibition at this place nexp Fourth Sunday Janu ry 26 There wilt be preaching in thfe moruing and in the afternoon there will be talks on the u day School lessons by the nI rnt11igirls Everybedy is invited and anyone thati desires to have a piece to reactor speech just let yourself be known and you will be gladly welcomed Diner pa the ground j jHyacnth The finest Coffee Substitute ever niadr has recently been produced br DrShoop of Racine Vis You dont have to boil it twenty or thirty minutes Made in a minute says the doctor Health Coffees is really the closet Coffee Imitation ever yet produced Not a grain1 of real Coffee In it either Health COffee Imitation is made from pure toasted cereals or grains with malt nuts etc Really it would fool an exprtwerc he to unknowingly drink it for Coffee For sale by McElroy Shader WiLIisJirg Barber Crouch of Illinois after three weeks visit to Mr MYCrouch returned home Monday Mr John Coulter Miimved his farm near Book r Station Tom Coulter moved into the house of his father Everett Scruggs arid family wilt move into thf housS vacatedby1 T Pratner this week Jim s Harlow nov dto jL TJ Goff s farm- Kenneth the six year old son of Richard Pinkston is very ill- with pneumonia at this writing t Mrs Magi Goff and1 children have gone to Illinois to make thir home Several from this place atten atISatuday with W Mfehewmaker Mr EW Smith will r turni home Tuesdayr Mr Ernest Harlow and wife were m Harrodsburg this weekv Mrs J M Trent is in Louis yule visiting htr parents 1J Wilier lost on lastSuhday la dvreHing house which was Known as the old Young proper ty which was rented to Ed tlardio Everett Keeling is now cashier of the Central Bank A HiyRcr Health Lever higherhealthusingDr WestIl pills i appoin you on trial i HaydQnt THORN HiLL As this is a nice cool morning I thought I would drop dear old NewsLeader a few items Mit D B Wilson was seriousi ly hurt last Saturday He fell whileI hanging tobacco in the barn Mr Sam Cocanougrier of Colorado is yeriy iillJ with co4S sumption and we dont think he can live long VMrH S Ljtsey has been very ill aith erpsipelas but is improving at this writing Jrc Jeptba Wilson is very low at this writing with d com plication of diseases 1j 1r Elvin Perkins is moving from Mr Archie Perkins to Jenkiusvilie IThe people of tbis neighbor hood are very busy stripping tobacco honing the pooll tobacco will soon s LIJMr Lee Hiatthas completed a ontenant house Mr H S Litseys place whjch will be occupied by Mr GILD Mont gomeryS y Mr Bud Cofey and wife of Louisville are spending the winter with Mr James Auderson and family Mis Lizzie Handrahan while visiting her nnce Mr John Tobin last week had the mis fortune to lose a very valuable hrs Mrs Annie Slatt and children also Mis Bettie Canary spent one day last week With Mrs Nellie Logsdon and family Mr and Mrs Will Bowls spent Subaay with A Canary and family Mr arid Mrs James Lanham bave moved frouj Mri R1P Lannams f rm to Mr Tom Du cans farm Mr Lanham isa prosperous young farmer ant we wish him success Mrs Lee Hiatt is suffering iIrom two boijs on her right arm Mrs jdiattis having a hard time as she is forced to carry her arm iin a sling Tomorrow is Mr A Canarys inhopesthereare goini to roll him in the snow Everybody invited Forgetiiienot A tickling cough from any cause iis quickly stojped by Dr Shoops Cough Cure And iiSis so thoroughly harmless and safe that Dr Shoop tel smothers Everywhere to give it to give it without hesitation even to very young babes The wholesome green leaves and trader stem of a lunghealing mouhsainous shrub furnish the curative properties to Di ShOps Cough Cure It calms the oough and heals the sore and sehsi tivebronchial membranes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to injure or suppress Sinjply resinous plant extract that helps to heal aching lungs The Spaniards call this shrub which the Doctor uses The Sacred Herb Always demand Dr Shoopss Cough Cure JJed Cross Drug Store Hardins Chapel MissLula Fauth is visiting her grandfather Mr Henry Whie man this week J Mr and tylrs J W Rose and liltle daUgliter Mary Glen of Harrrodsbury t were the guests qf G W Fanwick and family from Saturday until Tuesdaj Mr and Mrs Will Buckman have moved to the farm known as the Buckman farm near Smrnsto n Miss Hittie Logsdon spent Friday afiernqpn with the Misses Penwictf The snow which fell Sunday night was very d sasjreeabje audit seems as if we are going to have winter now Mr apdMrs Roy Fenwick of Oorbin spent Monday with G W Fenwick arid family Mis Annie Hiatt and two children Mary Alice and Earl denryajnd Mrs Betlie Canary spent oue day last week with Mrs Nellie Logsdon The sickiin this toramunity are improving Mr and Mrs J W Rose and daughter M ry GlenMraiidM- r5s GW Fenwick and two daugetes7Nina and Naomi spent Thursday with H Sr Litsey and family THE ROSE Dont Take The COUhJ Whe you have a bad old dr not let it dracr alonir until it t becomes chronic bronchitis ofciKcl1 opes into an attack of pneumonia hut give it the attention It deicrves and get rid of it Take Chamberliu Cough Temedy and yc u are sure of prompt relief From a snial begin ing the sale nnd use of this preper ation has extended to all parts of the United State and many foreign cotntrles Its ninny remarkable1 cures for cougs and colds have woo for It this wide repntation and extensive use Fur tle by Baydcu Robert don a PEOPLE OF THE DAY Chief Standard Oil Altfiotigh John D Rockefeller Is th COItjpanfairs of the vast corporation is vested In John D1itrchbold vice president of the company It is said of Mr Archbold that no other person is so close to John D Rock feUel none so high in the chiefs confidence And this regard has been won by devotion to Standard Interests through mnny years He has been with the Standard 011 Company sln e lS75i His recent defense through tht press of the methods pf the compani1 he controls Is fresh in the public mind Mr Archbold Is of Scotth descent and Is a native of Ohio His boyhood JOHN D AHCHBOp was spenf in Tltusville Pa and when oil was discovered there he became an Independent operator During this pe nod he fought Kockefeller and his ability was sooii retoghlzed When the first oil trust was formed he be cano one of the nine trustees with the Kocjkefellers and their associates H H Upgers did not attain this rank un til seVeral years later From his Scotch ancestry Sir Arch bold inherited the sterling qualities of thatrace He Is a hold and earless fighter In every one of the Investiga tions and legal assaults made against It Mr Archboffl has been the leader of time Standard forces Mr Archbold is the special patron of Syracuse university Hels president of the board of trustees of the Institution and ills gifts have amounted to more than7750obo An Optimist The Hon A A Adee the accomplished assistant secretary of state who despite changes qf administra tion is as much a fixture with the state department as tbe granite wall of the building is one of the bet story tellers In public life lIe has in add tlon to a tine sense of humor a delight ful accent all his own which adds piquancy to any tale The other day a friend met the secretary hobbling through one of the co rldors He wag suffering from gou and grimaced with win at every tei Oh I beftr it cheerfully enough said the secretary iIn reply to an iIf qulrj Into his condition Im mon of an optimist than a friend of mhi who is afflicted with rheumatism saw him jthe other tiny and he told mr he was suffering so mtfch pain In tin foot that he could hardly drag it alou after him 4Yoi qught to thank your luck stars you ore not a centlpedM I said chuckled the secretary Boston Her Aid Senate Minority Leader Charles A Culberson of Texas leader of the minority on the floor of the senate is recognized bj his colleague of both parties as one of the ablest members 7of that body Indeed there are Itepublicans whosay that Mr Cul berson is mentally the best equipped member of the opposition TIme Texan senator presents himself for delij only upon the most Impor tiubt measures apparently not raring Jor the notice given to those who speJI CHARLES C0UJEUSON- on any anrt nil occasions He prepares fprrr his speeches by careful study or- t cqn sUoli to be considered and his tonvleHont Senator Culbersons father Dnvld H Culbcn on reproeeutod Texas m tbe house of representatives for twenty two consecutive years and was ered one of the greatest lawyers cJnsljHouth Tlio son was trained law by lite father Senator Cullfersoii was attbi luty general fdr Texas from to 1SfM wlnmi howas elected gay ernor of the state Kisses Audible a Block Avay KIssu r that sounds like a battery ot gatllng gaus and that can be heard a block away has aroused some of the exclusive autl aristocratic rest goats ot Eau Claire IVis and a pro test which is expectcii to lead to the presentation of an ordinance making illegal1 to kiss in public was made to Iit eity council It Is clauued by who object to the public oscula lUon that spooning couples who take nightly strolls under the trees anti sit on some of the front steps of homes make the night resound with the steen nous efforts much to thoAdlsgust ot other residents and passefsby Sor oral city officials are among those said to have been worried by the specially loud kissing but the complaints have been made if Is claimed by women who ate forced to sit on their own front porches and listen to the spoon lug In the dark An African fat nsc5 See domestic purposes Is the oil of a species of bee jetIt Is like hardened cocoanut oil t ADMINISTRATORS SALE As Administrator qfJJ B Robertson deceased wifon TTuesday January 2Mrt AT 1 OCLOCK PM at his late residence on the Bloomfield pike about meffifle below Springfield Ky sell atf public auction all hiss pfeoial property consisting in part off thet following items One black workmare 3 heifer calves One soval1d 5 pigs one sow andgs one and 8 onebroodsow hudies 1500 feet mvw kme her a lot of baled traY one almost new Deering mower one almost new Die harrow quite lot of other good f fatoAlsojrl tffieRobertson odfarmtewithapprovedwith interest from date a t GLHAYDONAclmr J ft =5SheHffs S I- pRiIITAXSS f By virtue of taxes due the State of Kdntuckyand the County of Wash ington for the years indicated I or ope of my deputies will on MONDAY JANUARY 27 1908 v otTer side at the Court House door in Springfield Ky the property de scribed below or so much thereof as will satisfy the tax and qosts SPRINGFIELD PRECINCT NO 9 Catherine Nally 20 acres of land listed at60 tax and cost 3378 TR Nally 47 acres of land listed at 8JOO tax and cost 375 KELLY SHOP NO 11 Dan JJattingly 20 arei iauu listed at 150 tax and cost 448 S A Smith 27 acres of land listed at S300 tax and cost 636 Luther R White 25 acres Of larit listed at 100 tax and cost 287 SPRINGFIELD NO 8 COLORED j Christina Browne 8 acres of land Hsted at 150 tax and cpsts 269 Sam COleman one acre Of land listed at50 tax and costS3lO George Mnrry one acre of land listed at 50 tax and cost S3 10 Bettie Masons heirs one acre of land listed at100 tax and cost 204 Lucy Simms heirs 5 acres of land listed at SI0 tax and cost 2 04 Mary Edelen one acre of land llisted at 300 tar and cost 5 75 KELLYSHOP NO 11 COLORED George Litse 60 acres lanalisted at 8300 tax and costs 865 V J S Osbourne SVC AjJarfl This is to cettify that all druggists are authorized to refund your money If Foleys Honey and Tar Fall to cure your cough or cold It stops the cough heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Cures la grippe coughs and prevents pneumonia and consumption Contain no opiates The genuine fslna yellow package Refuse substitutes Sold by the Red Cioss Drug Store DANGEROUS FISH V Ways of the Gren Moray of Bermuda and the Pevilfish When one speaks of dangerous fish the first that conu to mInd are the shark coil the octopus But neither of these Is really formidable to fishermen The shark never shucks a boat nnd the octopus very rarely A much worse creature than either shark or octopus Is the devllfish n large ray that is common In tIm warm waters of thN Atlantic This fish grows t nwelght of u ton nut a halt and bcsIUes fonuiditblc teeth is arm e1 with a horrible Imrbed aud poisoned pjiike in the tall It has Often been known to attack boats A tlsbliiR party In n launch succeed R1 In Imrpoonlug oue of these fish In lime bay kuown as Aniusay Pass Tex TIll brute toy ed then elgbteen miles out to sea uut very nearly upset till launch It was twtufyHve feet long and weighed aOlo pounds A very nasty cusJomer Is thlgrpenIworny of Bermuda This spitlblen a conger eel but Is green In color and savage beyond tiny fish that swims Au English marine oijicer fish lug oil Bermuda a year or two ago hooked a laige specimen and began to pull it ftlftWKfo boatman his eyes staring with frinut beiU him wlldJy to cut the lisle Thp otlicer at first refused when lie the fish tUtU oji itself with n crniMh of saw vJyeil teeth hlto a large jilece out of Us own body hi came tto the conclusion Unit It was not a nice Ihuig to have In bat Buiall The swordfish Is ti dadgcrous orea lure Swordfish UrL caught for the sake of their oil nul flesh especially nloug the VUlautlc roastt of the UnIted States 1lllulI harpootied lu the same mauuer In which whales used to he liilled Quiet enough until attack etl tin swordfish then seems to go ravinir mad und fights with unmatched ferocity Lmidou Answers erno as Boxing tn trtctor Young Erne tlifi well knoivn boxer aas aasoclajcd himself with the Penn sylvania institute of muastlc 15202 OJiestnut street PiillsRlQlRblR nnd WIn personally instruct a the pus In the mystdIas of the nit of sTlU defense II I u r CALLON I r 1If 1 I If YQu have any real state rtosell call on I BD Lake TIEREAL4ESTATEMA N 4 I A list of desirable Washington county farms for sale No trouble to- I show property to DrospeGtivesbuyirs l iiv I f A dress5uk rJj tr i 4jgBE 1 SPRINGFIELD YJ 4 i i i- A 5 AT THE BtGINNlNGE I New Year I beg to call attentionofthebouse keepers of Springfiefd the factThat II 0 qffreshshare of your patronage 0 The Choicest Meats Only Beef roast and steak pork sausage lamb andoysters prompt attention to 5orders Della careJe 000000o 4O +HHH +O +H++++ + lp 0 t 0 Nursing baby 0 Xi ivv f Its a heavy strain on mother 10 V TVais7 Her system isi called upon tosupply 0 nourishment for two o v y o Some form of nourishment thI0 Be easily taken up by mothers ysss 1 isneecledaX cc 0JSccrEinlsknsiNthII4grektest possible amount of t ment in easily digested form 6 Mother and baby are w helped by its use LJt ALL DftUGGISTSt Me lnin t 1110801You c oerstherlousJresnlfafromLS coUJvv ttking FlerlTonev4l Tart t J1stcecfigand cxYcttbCQl4 from the sytdinSLt Is wildly Iaxa tive Refuse any but the genuine In he yellow package Sold oy the Rfd ross Drtig Store 4T DStC1 lIt conrgtk T1 p1I wb 4tbefb1tjnuaUZc9uhThj ysite t bM- JLbttl of rI sU 4 Tar tloc1 byE 1hi i 1t4 oe Kodol t1oL Relieves our stomac Iioiiiiip r i w c = w DR 11 1 WON J A NsDENT jDgNflfcT TEETH EXTRACTED f ITHQUTPAINI I i jt k1 k ttrtS- PRINGF1EAD i 1 r fftll Dental WfTk Strictly 2if z V pirtJc1 iI 1ff I + Rj GMUDi1 J kyicin aid SlrgeoD J Ofte homr 8 o9mJ j Ifo2pm j i ilflOYer f Hay Drugstore 1 L- c j t ItLamptpnM D t ormt iaOemIl k w +N a 1 c Ne 3- 8PWJFGRiGSBYl Plj ATTONNEY AT LAW to 9 vrPeoples Bank i PRRGI1ZLD iY tt- i 4oBARDs lM W FyATX on l rRYATTI Jr w Dr JJ M SIALD1NGin I Oee pTer RGdI Cross Drue or Atorfc Office hours Hyatt 1030 atoI2m 4topmSpa1db 1K i fo 4JJpm t pL Dr WRaYPUYSKL- NANI5URGEONonvT Once over Pfavdpn Robert t Drug Store Phone I Offiqe 115f ft I Residence 172 iiI JOI1N Y MAYESfa fUnULUIHftTUR t IID LICEIISEil EMBALMER TKLCPHONE DAY1Q1PEiQHTT4- rn1 SPRINGFIELD rKY I 4 Italroad ScbdIeaiTPollowing i1a thjetimfr schedule blf ili effect on the BardstowD I Afrd SpriDgiieldJ branch railroad- No 41L ayes Louisville at 4 30lpmj Bardstown JuriGtioi V22 pm Bscrdstpwn 606 pnic arrives at Bpringfaeldf 705 pmc HT420 m Bardstewn 607 am Bar 4own Tuuction 650 amJ Hcriv s atiieIs111e 740 amgKo 48 ITs Louisville at 820 alm r lrdowo Junction 91IO amj jfitorfctfttai 1100 am ikrriy i atSjplmjtfield 1230 pm No44 veJSpriDgfiEd a 100 lit J3lLrd toWn 220 pm of Bitrdstown Junotion 485 pm 1 a rives atLcuisvi11e545W pm 4 lo SO Sundays only Leaved 8prnti ia afc715 a m Bards towi8aBa Bardatown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 4l 115 sm No 91i SundaysonlYLeaves Oisyi1le t6pID Bardstown Junction 645 pm BardgtowQ 710 p as arrives at Springfielt 8t5 pm h f liJ 4 JILLT OOUQH 1 MI CURETHC LUNGS Drrlings c New DIscov ryis IF COUCHS OLDS Trial PnICEitJ SALLTHOTANDLUThOUBLESVARJi1IED KOJY EPUDID I t IJt etta Than NatureoCdtUCk Tjiisf saw ICaijirnerera pk tare of sour wife T3bu dont like It tiie youtSCrlttlckWliyJrj iHcnpeck Eerlinpa nbf ButIt does iot tAuttllke Jifcr either Gatholif 1 Rtaiidflnl andTinies f l w y r How Its Done MrspostBut hOWdh ounold iBaklngf visits that you diont vaut to pay 1 Fv 7 Mrs Parkor Well l4ahvays s nt1Iword thaj im coming Ji1rs Top tes l iJraJPdtkei And tben jftey always wrIte back that they wonit be at liomt Hilll1ze ii tr otblllgssot new as xynnt naj forotenertuan Troyerb WIling 1 ires UaiidoutIf 1 give you 70 Inner Tvill you cany message ov tOvthenext vIllage f ruje zTircil Tim Wd pleasurp mum Where Is yet rur cart Pnck 11 Npt tho Same Thing iloror n vlcb girl Mlgs Jtulsurl has Terfiittle pomp nbiout ber 5beGood gracioris George D k yei cf er Joofc Ht lier IitlrBalUtiio 1ecvk1B L t Mqfe ieweiy ftr LaGrio tt l iifrifi etpugfas are dangerous as tpifreqnt1s develop into pne u Boiikir jFfkyk Honeyi and Tar not ir top rikhie cough but heai and I gtbthe1ungssothatno seri i rt uk need be feared The jjBlwftiteJ Soney and TarVMkys ccrai i Sta lAriBfui drugs and is elknr pake Stef tise substitutes t 1iflM 3rtiSe e4Coossjf I Store 1 jjcjfreeL itthITOWN 4ilIJtNsrij iIirir Local Hajbpenln of Interest The Freshest and Latest J AI1AboutYourselfFriendst I t giItiind 2 duroc gilts EL O Walker S ii FOR 5iT Flat of fa rooms over KLawcenceJa grocery VaterlrApply to T J Graves TZUOn t my place uI gb C Owner can have same by jprgvingtoperty and paying W Simms j Rev G W Lyon has gone to Kuttawa Ky to conduct a meetc ing and there will fre no services t the Methodist church at this hicenextSunday Dr S J Smock s preparing build a cottage on Virginia fhe IiMrse west and Mr John T Craycrof 10 the east at Help the stomach to take carp f a hearty meal by strengthen Jtwith Mi0na No distres- Sindigestion if you use Miona 0j abox sold under guarantee y Red Cross Drug Sore pM LOSTOn the streets of Sprfngfieid last Monday a ponketboofc containing 19 60 in money and two notes Finder ninglsameWR SAl LEE LOSTVATonOatbe Perryw vitlc road between Pleasant Ruu ridge and Sprlugceld an open ce gold watch Finder will 11 be rewarded by leaving same at he News Iead office G w TUCKER Hastemakes waste in the fOigestiveS W g brings on indigestion Get relief and cure by Mho naistom ch tablets 50c a box Money refunded if Mi ona fails ThuRed Cross Drug Store The ladies of the Catholic church have appoepted a special committeeto see that the Opera- ouselswell heated and every seat made uomtortable on next Saturday night when they wil- livean entertainment for the benefit of tbatt church John Allen Boblett aged 55I years and a well known citizen the JMoof esville neighborhood hied at his home there on Mont day and was hurried on Wed desday morhing atthe Newt Hope church The iaeceased had wife an several children The Union Depot to be given for the benefit of St Dominics church Saturday night will be the most amusing and entertain l ing entertanment ever given in ii Springfield About 40 of the best local talent will participate e The entertainment simply a picture ofa city union depot lth all the funny scenes and sjtuatons one is likely to see there The drilling of the affair conducted by Miss Harriettt ones who makes a specialty cf his tertainmeni and who has bad unbounded success wher- ver she has produced it Miss ones is an elocutionist gradu ted f om Byron Kings school f oratory Musical numbers will be given by locall talent B1 Thonipson Again in 7Hotel Mr S B Thompson has Jeasiedthe Springfield otel and he and his excellent wife will al e charge OD February first and wil openwitll everything new and clean Mr Thompson has ben Identified with the hotel businesu in Springfield for a number of years andbas al ways proven a popular landlord both the patrons of the notel and the cit zeus of the tkwn Mis Thompson also thoroughly un dersiapds the business of cm ducting ahotel in away to please its paiions and Sprmgfeeld peo plevviil be glad to see them opce more in the harness The hotel will be as the Palace tfD C Entertained pThe May Faiis McKinnejr Chapter of the U DG had one Qtthe most delightful meetings in its history at the Jiospi able borne of Mrs GV 0 IT barton Mrs J R Durretjf Vice presi dent presided as president dur ing the absence of the president Mrs OcarWalkerA most H1t resting program was pre isontpa Japers and impromptu talks by the talented women Tue subjects were the illustrious Lee btonewall Jackson a- niI TOPIG8itt- I ftftftftriftnftftftftnnftnnftnnnr o Father Ryan tie Southern poet Battles were discussed In an interesting and instructive manner Mrs GC Wharton is a very charming hostess Refreshments were served The Chapter will meetk February 15 all mem bers aje requested to be present Wherever theres a catarrh germ in the nose or throat Hyo meis medicated air will reach and destuv it An absolut ure foi all catarrhal trouble 100 Money buck if Hyomei ails The Red Cress Drug Storf Mudd roake Last Tuesday the 7th inst Miss MlryMudd and Mr obert Croake both of tthe Fred- richstown D neighbornood went Louisville and were married the Louisville Hotel Mr and Mrs Croake returntd Wed nesday to thehCSmE3 recentl purchased by Mr Croake it- tringtown Nelson connt where ttipy will Beside Mrs Croake isa daughter of H P udd a farmer of this county Mr Or ketsa son of the lat Oliver Croaks and is a prosperous rouife farmer BuckmanWheatley ocloclIl the marria e of Miss Mggh- utkmatrtojMr John W heatleT as solemnized at St Dominic church by Rev FatheryHenness The bride was prottily attired a navy blue coat suit with hat match and carried a boquei ol bride rises The atttndants were Iviisp Mary Lilly Buckman a cousi f the bride and Mr Josepl heatley brother of the groouj Messrs Will Green and George Robertson officiated as ushers Mr and Mrs Gwinn Marks f ished the music on 1he organ and violin Traumenei was played during the ceremony The bride and groomand a few iptimate friends weSt to the home of the groom ft1ather where dinner was served GuriyBrasheiar A wedding of unusual interest occurred yesterday atj the home If Mr Isaac Curry when his niece Miss Hattie Curry was married to Mr Rbbert Brashear of Owensboro Rev W F Rogers pastor af the Christian performed ile ceremony Both bride and groom are deaf mutes and met at the Danville Deaf and Dumb Institute several years ago where the romance originated Lhall cal minabed in theii union yesterdav Th9 bride is a daughter of the late Thomas Curry The grooms a tailor by trade Only a few intimate friends and relatives witnessed iheceie groomleftboro You are perfect y safe in buy lag a dollar Hyomei outfit fbI any catarrhal trouble as The Red Cross Drug Store guaran tees to refund your money if the treatment rails to cure Bowling Springfield noW has a bowling league known as the City League It is composed of the best bowlers of the jiown and has a member of the amous Glen Ely teamat the b adof eachi team of the lleague there being dve teams in all named as fllows Pride of Washington Coco Cola Cunningham Dun can W bite Rose ami Grundy Mclntire Tney will bowl twenty series of three garres each and1I Ih11 team wanpinthe mosttt galiles wIll receve the prize of fer d by LeaclimauJ Campball Ttre games were started las t vve4kaTd the team stand as lows OIrYLEAGUE f Pride of Wash ington 642 367 VVhiteRoseffU 4 2 Coqo Cola 6 24 333J 33rundy32uuninghamDuncan3i The most exciting series that has yet been played so far was juiltd off last Monday nightbe ween the Coco Cola and White ose teams They tied at th ud of the second game am apt Allen and Capt Green Oiled off the tie and Capt AlletD iff the Coco Colas won by jins Maybe Little Willie1 lidntlook sore for a While buJ his eyes brightened up when he nd his team won the third gam- is they had already won the first Ol Tuesday riight the Glen Lily team defeated picked team of town in three straight games vlr Johnston the popujar cigar man offered the picked team aj box of cigars if they wduid take one out of three games from thej Gleji Lily team but they failedi aod the Glen Lilys and the Chief of Poliece will smoke the cigars The Grundy McIntires bowlS ed tie Cunningham night biit the results were t noD obtained at the hour of going press The GefoLilv team composed ofihe follawing members will go to Louisville tommorrow to bowl the Royal Velveit team wno havG an average of 880 for 42 games Leon Allen Theo Cam pbell Jim Shullzf Clifford Rob erts and AV E Gr eniTne game will be played on 0 vens alleys eIfi use Mi o na and see how quick Ily and easily it gets buck t work 5Qc a box Cures an stomach trouble or money re funded The Red Oros Drug- Store Pr WeaversSymp and Cerate tacceufol treatment for blood and skin diseases rB AI1 i p I i FOR OASTIS Atts- McElioy Shaders fRIOAY and SATURDAY- I Specials you profit by oUr last weeks special sales If Tdo not fail to take advantage of the prices IIDid d below For money saved is money made guaranteed or money refunded 17 lbs Standard Granulated Sugar nrJOO 3 catislOc corn a gobd value for 25c 2 cans 15c corn for 25q I 2 cans 15c standard 8 Ib tomatoes 25c 7 2 cans 15cstnqgles bean + like f rpsn beafts 25c 1 box Oriole Seeded Raisers iegulaiv20c value for 15c 1 box recleaned Currants Jegular 2Uc value for lac 2 lbs rtlce cooking iIOS for 25c 1 box condensed mince rjaeat maces 2 pies lOc I fl JFLOUR v To obtain the best results Jin baking it is very es sentiatl that youuse only the best FLOUR Re member we keep tKat Our WHITE PLUMEor ROYAL PAlEt T FLOUR are both good ones and fully guaranteed The price is right I Yours Truly I McBLROY SHADBR i fi TuI I 4 IEFCNAL Mrs Mary Dahoney Phillips auntrt Mrs SJ Smock Dr J ohn B ReBards ofH r rods urg was here Saturday Mr E C Bellbaum of Win chester who has been with the R d Oos Drug Store two months in the absence of his brother who has been ill of Typhoid fnver left Monday toI take a position with the Lillardi Drug Coofi Danville Mr Bellbaum is able to resume his place with the Red Cross Drug Stre after a long illness of typhoid fever Mrs Bettie Hord who has been waking her home at Princeton KJnas returned and is with Mrs M L Searcy for the present i Mrs W C McChord is inJ Louisville RepWC McChord camelf home home from Frankfort Saturday to spend a few days with his family Springris visiting her HaganJ3Mrs A R Shultz and Miss Francis Martin were in Lebanon vpsterdLLYI t Miss Mary Lee Taylor of Lonisyille Mabel and Nannie Thompson Lill and Harvit ryet Ed LiEsey and Hugh Leachman townjr1r MrFR Rileys Neal vent to Louise villp Wednesday on busiuess Mr J E Shelby is in Louis ville this wejek attending theI Kentucky Swine Breeders As sbcJation Miss Elise Dnrrett has re turned from a delightful visit to her gindfathbi Mr Je D Motch a prominent farmer of Nelson county Mrs M L Durrett has re turned ffrom a pecsant visit to Ne son county t formerDr sident of this county now of recoveteddrdJD an attack of typhoid fever Mr Wakefield and family will remove o Georgia at an early date MssStella Simtns entertained llastAnwaBfl Mr John Claybrooke who has recovered from an attack of ty pboid fever has returned to his old Kentucky home to recuperate Mr Harry ONan returned too visitYto parents Mr and Mrs H M ONanhMr Richard Wathenof Bards town Junction visitedhis sister Mrs T W Simms Saturday and SundayMr andjfifrs E S Mays Jr and Miss Annie Mayes were in Louisville Friday last Miss Myrtle Price is visiting New Haven Iin Don Quixote Many grown people as well as nd girls are puzzled about the correct pronunciation of the famous Don Quiz otes name The Spanish method vhlph some cultivated persons follow usaJtttoon the second syllable and the finale uanJnu1ennte All the best au thorltles however prefer the angllclz ed method 1tror with the accent on the first 51iab1e iimj the 0 as in the word jObeYf f Carriers Ltttfo JOKI Scene The Star and Garter David GarrSck and the usialI galax Assembled Gnrrlck Nolly can you tell me why Dr Johnson nnd Bosyrell are like thun der and lightning Goldsmith Tell us the answer Davy ril nQt spoil your fun by trying to r ess it- Garrlck Why It should be plain to ill who know them that whenever the one flashes the other claps and roars tIarpr5Wekly tttt eak Sluks Does strong coCee keep you awake Jinks Bow do I know I board Somervllle Journal Happy Is the man who does all the rood he talks of Itajlan Proverb t i Card of Thanks We desire to thank the many friends who administered to our wife and mother in her last ill ness and bv their sympathy and kindly deeds lent the sunshine of llove and comfort in the shadows of atbo ihe be reav d family Joseph A Shader and children When you want the beat get De Witts Carbolized Witch Hate Salvte lUg Rood for little or big cuts bolls or bruises and h especially recon metide I for piles Sold by the Red C oss Druujj Store a 3 Lf 4 1Onj I are About priI1st We will open in the store rooms on Main street now 1occipied by Grundy Mclntfre with a line of FINE FURNITURE iiMr Lea liman of our firm having been engaged in the businew in SpriB fwU for several years is well acquainted witn the needs of the local trade and we witendeavor to spplythQse needs Mr Theo Campbell the other member of t firm has bC identified With the busiuess interests of the town for itIyears andweywill endeavor to please the people We will carry a full and co plete stock of i i House Furniture Carpets Rugs Matresses Etc 4Patronize home industry and give us a chance JLt your busiheM I I i I L GAG HMAN 1 1P BGbti TURNIP YIELDS Climate of More Importance Than Sol For This Crop The best soils for this crop are tree working lauds rich hi organic matterS and in good tilth Common turnIp will 10 better on lighter loans than rutabagas and these win give a better yield than turnips upon heavy to medium loams Climate is apparently of more Importance than soil tor tbf- Rcroplu damp and rrtthect dull cli mate with a well distributed rainfall throughout the growing season seems to be bestIPreparation of Land To prepare the land it Is recommend ed that au application of about ten tons Of barnyard manure per acre be plowed ntrhl fall and the iand bo In good tilth the nextspring mj Iput et1 to a very fine powder iinay applied at the rate of 1000 pouvtIof quicklime per acre and harrove y lInl with 400 to pounds of acid phos phate and fifty pounds of nitrate of soda This application rnnst be well Incorporated with the soil before sow lug and the seed bed made as flue as possible F om two and a half to fire pounds of seed are usually sown Jn the case of rutabagas and hybrid tar nips and frqin two to four pounds or- an average of three pounds per acre in the case of c9 mon turnips when the rows lire twentyseven to thirty Inches apart Different Varieties In 1005 the New York experiment station secured from twbntj to twenty thc tous per acre from such varieties as the Improved Green Globe and the Carter Mammoth Iri190U VTUe Egg gave the largest yield During two years hybrid turnips sown on May if yielded at the rate of tweutytlTrce tons while those sown June 12 yjelded only about fourtee tons per acre Garton Pioneer showed considerable resistance to soft rot being the only one not attacked dad yieldlpg for the two years at the rate of nearly twenty eight tons per acre rBlind Staggers During winter many farm rs lose stock from various causes fcOne of the greatest losses is from blind stag gers This Is jcalleda disease of the brain but It is Well settled that the trouble begins with the digestive tract and 1IIs caused by Impure foods musty grains or too long diet of dried foods solely So far as possible this sliould be avoided by furnishing stock with green pasturage during winter In the south this can be ddne at little Lost Besides the safety to the stock Is the economy of having part of the winters feed furnished as pasturage It Is the custom of some farmers to plant win ter wheat or winter turf opts or rye or other winter growing plants in their cotton and to use the cotton fields as pasturage when the cotton crop has been picked Farm mId Ranch 1A Strainer For Rainwater The accompanying sketch shows a rainwater strainer which has ben found to give good results It Is eight eon Inches high twelva Inches In dlam eter at the half circle five and 6 half inches length of bottom and two inches deep Allow for all seams A A2 P B2 B represent the outside of finished strainer K Is a sec tion of circular top hinged at B2 antI fastened with a turn button The dot ted lines at E show the section of cir cular top K partly open M lis a gal DEVICE FOR STRAINING WATER variized strainer with threeolghth inch holes The strainer rests upon the puppoits at the ends and may be re moved at will 14Is a tini strainer with oneeighth inciTHioIeS mid Is soldered In place F and G are three Inch inlet and outlet 2 2 are strapk on back side by whlqh the straiupr is fastened to the hUlIdlngJAs will be sc ntthe top strainer catches the refuse which Is washed froili the roof and gutterS nnd Is easily taken out The finer partlclea are caught below and may be removed whea the top strainer Is out Tecli fljcai World j An Old Time Game The leader says 5 wen 8JQPplng boughtbeganbought points to A player and waite po1ntttofrom the biker etc jThe respon tinjat be RtIei qulkly The rem l N to in Ibo jMvo Wjq ianlair o 1 T S List of a Few of the Ma- nyBARGAINS I iil We are Offering i T4iii 20 rI Jyf Being overstocked knit dawe will MiVt the f IIa following prices to reduce stock of sam iItL3 t t- 25c Pascinitors forl5cgQ allco1911IS50t ofor35ac t r45 c KG for 75c u7 d J J lSwKnit Shiwls go for98c i25 rgofor75c ltiJ I JUc Knit bk ns go for 38c u t 1- 1 75c u u Cgofor50c fj r f l1 125 agofor75t 2i11 50c soforfLQQ U tS f 1 o Tnfonf Cnontiac for lOc ijl t t 4 clu for 25c v t 1 rt 50e for 35ey tfli I e Li 75aChilds Sweaters fbrU50c ij ililU 101 75ee50c Childs Taqufs for 386 Ie t 2ocUhildsTjquqs for 19c i t Remember we are offeringth grafet I inducements in Ladies Cloaks SuittVv Skirts and Men and Boys Clothing lt We have a lot of Odds and Ends in1iDepartment which yoii can buySIIevery your own price 0 IISpecial Prices c II on Table Linens Towels B1sachs44 M Co tons Sheetings Embroijderiep aiia t LcsrnEYerythillg in tee at ReM Prs IIThe Robortsolle1aybrooIeCoL- 11 t tINCORPOKATED OLD TIN CANS The Way TheFinally Disappear Free Human Sight vl Few people realize what becomes o nJ the old tincans tin pans kettles tI buckets coal bods and tbe like The finally disappear from human sight lond knouleclge nnd are seen no mot e1j IWbenI j saken It begins Its downward course bj becoming rusty The tin oxidizes or In other words unites with the oxygen surrounding In tbe atmosphere and the oJde of tin gradually takes leave of the Ir n by evaporating nto the air while some of It Is washed away by thernin Jnto the earth Ate the tints gone tbe iron of the an follows the enmt coiirse tb it has been pursued by the tin it oxidizes and becomes the familiar reddish brown substance known as Iron rust The metals have lie wills of their own no affinities at understandings and therefore non tentions as to tber present or future course They do nothing of themselves Put electrical forces do their work for them These forces unite the atoms of tho metals with those of ttie orygen VTbou tlie molecules or these OltdeRnrc cirried away by the ntraos pbwle electricity and disposed of ac cording o circumstances It a small boWl or other piece 0 t damp ground and 1IanoXlde will ILbefrom the old bucket and will be posited partly on the gltTs the mainder going into the alf nnd the earth DeposIts of Iron tmdJotber nlet nlsnre thus carried around by elec trlrttr In the atmosphere from place to vince all over ttint earth ChlorUte by electric power picks up atoms gold itd goojj with tbcmto the ocean where they nreas much at home as FoU All uutnlK can exist In a state o vapor therefore they are to be fount not nly In the ntnospber around tbitrprtb but also in the at iospbere XLJJ the sun and stunt 11 u rnyQr unJlgbt1s thiltll of Us course iitsby drops of In the case oMbiiralnbow the famiI ten colors o rcdj orange elldwrttsreon blue JnOlgo awir Tlptet rC lL1fld out side by side When tbf lPrira or ftrenk df light nre seit1tp Inr 1IVLS1CJ tH tJ a re i erjfflhea dlIM iuieag IM tbe line tepire et akie mw ejenaeatai 11tNi1tpberea of the earth sid tilt imade artlftekllj ad through the atamplurt el th I nnd the auft doea JMC kaH lines BuioWqeuiuipsaually laveated laHraaiMl but credited to aer ral known eleaaepta bVs bis sfto register their MMrea s dlljpbjt Among th frt ta wrMa Refvea tiowB IMMI MdlaaaI falp oft ralgaeslaai calchi IIIM iIWledsuchc1rb4dIv a f All ttheM ar fed is k te frajppfc- ntmoepbere By aM ot tIIerscope tbeeM b pdvd a tirf Rof a arala f wdftiM In eubeconaes as rtec ntM ad t JJnble aa tbe aid W a JMM till derfnl Bwdm tMtrNMnt IM clentl3ta to Mwt isit vkat I pie who IfibabU tbe pia 1 solar sysWai of tsos ater example feave to eat fer wttkit1j trogenthyesMkobssas spring pas rltboot anlpkor BO rdhorHnHttt aMl iratpr asnnyllinyo thkrMl attko tfctpeI pie would be Md t JThy wMW IM M M cull for breakfaet er s7fudliquorsltioia ks LSDW Hfa 1My emr 111 om aaotker What 1fourJotoniy Jtaea a i rr exeliad WM =etrt WT tII h olbap nayysiMbfllf 4aa 1 No ysr R 1IJ iFS tc am jwa- ljtl jrClrT t IbMThe Lady1y pwttwtar 11f bletJ Ii l I tIiIa eoN r lf1t W1t fII Uack eThe ealtatnTaInt 1 iiuiu UeIt Iudiie r I T 1 fEE How To Mix It t1 1 t 1u 1 wWI known authority on- BftttNB fit the react rs r IgsNefdaiIpnr J If9Uowing N yet sun PiLud fui kt YHhcrfpti- OlJI1J aDJOMCUIUprepteI- f re na iono41e ound Krgoo a uuo opoi2Dd Syrup AX ihre rJar by sbtkiag w a bo 4 tiI1pDd taLe a- towpooaful after t iMft1 aDd M bedtime IiJ sMes ftet + h Igrdents i 1t o6iiiocd from any good pijpafliIor pba1D lat SWILl Iad beinir of vegetable mIoDaI hrloss to take js Lixtare If lIregaizJy M Jew days is 1d o rios aIlDQlt any of RhWTaatitm Tbe pain fitJ IwltlUog if any diminishes pornanentJBBHSPi Iihm snob 1J and without ia Ir the todftcb While tb t are many 1M calltd liheu a M Twaedief paten naedi etc scf which do ti iiaiietJI1ev rUy do give J6U at rewiJ aod th above heCret1appreJi f I IasMot Uiet these driaga are b4LId cube bought 8iIJIattIy orth druggists here 1r iUJ4 ir fri ionfr our rsariskeItolii IlfiItLENCE A HJCRO mtrI square laI the saddle his eyes ta taJaht Ahead the scout rode ab 2ftalonet sileace ad been his por sthat lBgBg was to him a e ja Tartly a luxury Heseldom hewitt the Booixl of h maa voice and wMW did he IbteMd deeply and an 1 wiaii lekibenttely for bis supply of peecfe waa sot tAS he rode flMPt e a acream from afar over i tfl ria screech But he did Mt At upward H MrWvjtk voice was the voice of a tldball high In the airI wardcwu lay down and JJ XLII mortH but both watched Oui14s iiH eC m little knoll fa awsITIIit saw a task wave too fast It wMLIr away tat be leveled his rlflu jwdlBad TlS hone and man arose as If b1I = OefftaBdbag and thrntn- gtTIAbe knoll he rode away the r- cptJi thVgtmri behind him merely ar IWB to astu Beas not afraid He was not e- xdtHI dM not expect to die He d expeeto live 1tbatDJPt he reached the post iriliSSm lab orders and turned to go Thei M Uhi stopped him WaV sjiyhody = the way over he- MlClK T4eoet l eked hard as if dlgesl qDry Thfes he thought At hc aasw Miii SQ sooie lMtkUHiM Jir mr r r eJa sfvea jw the scout NPW n twspatr asked the cap ictjit k ok4 troubled as though II uquWt1 riftredt WM all be said N i tlje the warwas on 1n ear M0t 9vt the cot evil after avoided toodr la Qp 1Q it t alii littOnedpftl feN tto au d fro bent on the krtta ty New recruits were bi4u drilled slmgly and In squads Keir sat IM1ryoumg lleuten aat ereiMid to the eAcers Quarters on heat M tespectloo west thrmch the fore t t qUart see 4 WtM6erttIe dust bad been properly r4v unA the floor duly aeTA Ij IK1+ swept iTsgentijr a soldier entered walked to where tbe scout lay lilt said Colonel TvantsyoqJV f Thp scout remained immovable for f w sceonds5Then Tie tUrned to nll jBes enger and looked him squarely tlifr eye Then he arose deliberately- drcsed drey ouhls Ibng bootsi hue I Iclcil his bolt with the aminunltioii and revolvers In nlhco and stalked to quar ters The ojrderly halted him nlJbe door Colonel wants me he snldr tie passed In The colonej Ignored the llack of ir salute for the keen eyed man before him was not a soldier but a civilian employee Then be eaid There Is a woman here the wife dt Lieutenant Jasper who Is wounded ntI the ferry She wants to join her bus band You must guide her over The cout looked half terrified Woman he asked The question had a world of meaning for the colo uel knew of the hostIles on the road the dangers of the trail Itself Its dou ble dangers for a woman He nodded BndJtsnId the scout 1TbetterslTbecolonels quarters his horse saddled his blankets rolled behind the cantle the rifle slangby the horses side the riata coiled carefully over the post saddtettI Tell him Im ready he said ly to the oderly The soldlet turned In disgust He was not used to un ceremonious orders But the scout was Impenetrable So the orderly went When the scout was ordered In he saw a little woman wearing a short riding habit He looked at her Indlffer ently The colonel spoke saying he was the best scout at the post and IttThe scout broke silence Better not gohe said Oh I must was her answer They rode wray together All the night long they rode halting during the day On the third morning as the wo man was about to lie down for a few hours rest the scout rose as one who was about to deliver an oration Only six miles he said Fear of the hostiles had forsaken her arid they rode rapidly on indlfrpr ent alike to the whistle of the bullets the yells of the braves and the efforts of small parties of bucks to bead them off Closer and closer to the camp arid then as the sentry challenged the scout tnrnednnd let the woman ride ahead He faced the hostiles for a moment Then hfc looked around and saw the uard rqsh forth and welcome the ratting 11eTh dancing braves Jarred onl11s sight He turned backs- to where the woman had entered the camp and then followed her The officer of the guard almost hug god him Men gatherefl about him The captain clasped his hand The wounded lieutenant now almost well wept The talk annoyed him Riddles When does a two cent stamp become one oflless value A two cent stamp becomes a sent stamp after your letter ismalled What Is tle dlfrerence between one yard and two yards A fence By well mploylng my second you will never aegret my first and you will more thoroughly enjoy the whole What Is it Pasttime Trial Catarrh treatmkts arc being mailed out free oil request By Dr Shoop Racine Wis These tests are proving to the people Without a peenhys co4t the great ualue of the scientific preserirtion known to the druggists everywhere as Dr Shoopg Catarrh Remedy Sold by the Re Cross Drug Store Whom Do J Call This Time It this game Is played by a large company It adds to the fun A stake Is set up in the mlddte of the room or ou a lawn There must be a ring for each player and a name of a player attached to each ring There are two sides and a captain for each side The hoops He In a pile and the captain of one side takes a hoop and tosses It over the ftake cx claiming Whom do I call this time If the captain falls to place the ring over tile stace the cajitalmof the other side takes his turn On the other hand If the ring goes over the stakefrfo 1 next the captain of the otherf side has a guess as towhose annie istwrit tep on the slip attached to the rln Irrrt he guesses correctly he can choosb one from the other side If his gudss Is wrong that side loses a player and soon until oat aide far outnumbers the other PrIes qf course add to the charm Washington Star ttlrIfi flJfW 11 Jt Ill I II tDeret Whet yM WM It IlJJJ1JJJ11 Nt IOkaI m some room in the house the fur MCC does noi reach Itto easy to pkk up and carry a t t c f FHiCTION Wl Hear I DeyleeSiI Sk Ae rom you want to hcMzu11L1et for any room in the q Lsi Itlyis a reall snwkeleM deyke absolutely preventing f aI ini flHurii Ac wick as high as you can or A iUlOW as you lilie brass font holds 4 quarts of oil q gmii put fWWMfL JKal for 9 hours Fin I 4 11tiaiJi n iapu and nkkel an ornament I wLeieEvuybeakr warranted IIIP 1ss IriIs lEi ru w bJ INSIrANDaiii1 =1IIII lIIl llI I CMWrMs CoiiQiw and colds caUse the little ones needless suSciintr With Pisos Cure in the house serious colds can be prevent ed and speedy relief afforded Pleasant to the taste and free from opiates and harmful gredients Pisos Cure fs the one remedy by which all ger from coughs colds bron chitisand chest affections Cam be Averted Farm Field 30 Garden SLAUGHTERING HOGSij A Few Things That AiGiln Doing Good Clean Work A pen of hogs ready for killing should not be fed within twelve to twentyfour hours previous to slaugh tering but should have a chance to clean and cool out On many large farms where from thirty to fifty are to be killed the work begins t hogsI 2 oclock In the morning The t preparations are made the day A sufficient supply of wood Is on hand to keep the great pot bllin and allI pther needed paraphernalia Is got ready A whisky or vinegar Barrel Is the best to scald the hogs In Care should be taken to ascertain that the tempera I iTHE IlIOHT WAY ture of the water is exactly right before the hog is dipped otherwise the hair will be set and it will be a hard matter to have the carcass well donned The hair from feet ears and head should be got off as clean as possible as soon as the hog Is dipped In order to avoid so much scraping with a knife afterward After the hog has been scraped clean hang him up to cool and Insert a corncob or chip In his mouth If the hogpen Is tar from the house tiaul the carcasses up In wagons or carts putting clean fresh straw In the bottom It Is best not to pile the hogs in indiscriminately on top of each other as the carcasses will get soiled from the blood that drips from theh mouths or from the gashes In thelif tthroats where they were stuck Each carcass should be thoroughly rinsed ort with told water after ling scrapeit and thpn hung up J Be most careful in opening the car cases not to cut Into the entrails Whoever has charge of the work should be familiar with It and have u steadY hand Let the entrails drop Into a clean tub and remore the liver and heart Drench the abdominal cay ItY110W emptied with one or more buckets qt cold Water Then Jeave ou of doors to cool oit well ad vises a writer in American Cultivator Take down the carcass at night and place on the floor of the smokehouse seeing that the floor has been properly cleaned When all the animal heat has left t which will be by the fol lowing mornhjg if weather conditions are right begin the work of cutting Up and salting down Too Much Acid In Cheede Some interesting results In cold stor age were obtained 4wlth lotrf of cheese which had been allowed to develop too nflicb acid In the process of making Such cheese hold In the factory for two weeks and then placed In storage at 40 degrees was much deteriorated while that placed directly In storage att 32 1egrCeolw 8 pronounced very good Contrary to the belief generally held by dealers the results therefore Indi cate tliat cheeve with too much acidI Bhould be placed In cold storage as quickly as possible and the colder the room the DPlier The results of these experiments are therefore favorable tnr the putting of cheese kilo cold storage at an earlier age cveu than the one to two weeks now customary and show that this nietbp1 Iss valuable in preventing taints and the bad effect usually following the development a Anlmalrnotdustlj 1DacteriaIn Cream Careful pyperiment5 In testing crean- at the Oklahoma experiment station have sboi n tliat the bacteria were forrrt to Increase In cream Tor a period of three days In summer and four days In wInter after which there was a steady decrwise but It Is hot to be as minted that old cream is better than fresh cream been lft iaag Veaver bite tcrla for gninple 9r eisrht daj cream bad nn old unpleasant lor 1SIItsTOmpkins to say that we Americans are born tree Why Bobble Look at that baby f onri Was ha born free I gnc5 not He aint allowed tllonoPdl ho wants for DIVES TO DEATH OFF CHURCH ji SMMatienal uieilfc of Irish Girl PriMts Prayers ef No Avail Anextraordlnalyaffair culminating hi a tragic death occurred In the vii lage of Saggart County Dublin on a recent Sunday AL2 oclock In the afternoon a young woman Minnie Hunt was seen to enter the tower of the Roman Catholic church and a minutes later appeared on the 120 feet above the ground tewll A large crowd gathered at the ot the tower and attempts were ma1eI theIfling herself down If any one came near The Rev Father Seaver however succeeded In reaching the top of the tower and came within a few yards of the girl Each time her she rushQd to the heappronche4t t He then knelt down holding aloft a crucifix which be plored the girl to take bold t L Her only reply was We shall meet on the ground Father Seaver continued to pray for three hours when the girl suddenly gave a loud cry threw up her arms and fell to the ground She received terrible Injuries which caused death and a verdict to this uf fect was returned at the Inquest HUGGED BY A BEARI Resentful Woman Routs Affectionate Beast With a Poker Mrs John Lowtli r who lives wltb her husband In a cabin In the moun talnsj near Winchester was washing dishes In her kitchen when she felt a pair of arms encircle her waist TheI clasp tightened Into a vlgorousjhug Ouch John You hug like a bear said the busy housewife keeping on with her work The hug grew tighter and Mrs Lowther twisted In the em brace and looked into the face of a big black bear Get out you onnery brute yelled the woman Breaking loose and seiz ing a poker she el bored the brute until he tied Mrs Lowther did not faint THOUGHT HE WAS A DOG Negro Wild Man Lived Naked In the Woods and Barked A wild nan was recently found In the Russell county Ala woods and was captured by Sheriff Pal M panic and a posse which pursued the queer llooking creature The wild man a negro who had re turned almost to the original state of primitive man was located hi a forest seven miles north of Hurtsborp For some time the people of that com munity had been mystified anti some what frightened by a strange barking that emanated from tile woods It sounded lllc a dogs bark but there was something weird about It that was bloodcurdlingWhen Daniel and posse went to the woods they heard the strange barking Sound and approaching peer ed through the bushes and saw a per fectly naked rcgro tuna running about In the woods barking furiously He BUNN1HO ABOUT IN THE WOODS ADD DAJIK niO FURIOUSLY ran but was followed by the sheriff and captured att r a desperate strug gleThe negro must have suffered severely from the cold His nails bail grown long like a beasts Sheriff Daniel after dressing the crazY negro placed blnTon a train tto carry him to Scale the county seat and the man made a wild effort to get away Using his head asn battering rum he broke a pane of glassniuto bits and with his naked feet kicked out glass on the other side of the couch There was another crazy negro In thlII car but he was a mild mannered tuna tic and did not take part the dis turbance The wild man was again struggleTlie wild In the woods has since been Identified as Dave Comer He labored under the delusion that he was a dog and throw lag off his clothing ran Into the wood nod tbegun barking I r BeDs Paupers Bed For His Bride John Ellcr a six foot bridegroom ol one week asked the overseer to let his bride stay at the Polk couqty Ini tnougbtrefusal he got decided him to apply tr the Salvation Army where he sold nobody Is ever turned away Winter Vetch Vetches are a nreful crop good feel rnnd great soil improvers There arc TllOthas not always been successfu where tried It would seem however that all of east Texas Arkansas and Louisiana ought to be adapted to the onlyInocolnsturtedTexasi PeanuCropIt for peanuts the last two years has been suffi dent to cqtasa a steady advance In the price Virginia is the largest producer of peanntR In the country and If grow ers will only Incrqas the yield per acre by better methodji of preparation of the land and by growing the crop k rotation which will keep the land mUieithe crop a profitable one Southern Planter It Builds ForceJ21 iTimei tTime ly Harvested Years ago when the first frosts had come Connecticut people went out to pick the bunches of bayberries to make the pale green wax candles Which when burning gave out the afomatk smellot the leaves that the pickers crushed In pulllug off W6 no longer pick bayberries for company candle for the winter time Except a few romantic souls who gath er bprrles enough to make a candle or two for old uiemoriqs a few faddists Who want to try to ntake bayberry can dIes by some discovery or other In a magazine Mind some stanch old Nove Eug anders who love to get out in pastures on a crisp fall daythese are all who gather the bayberries now- ILeft to themselves the clumps bushes have spread out and In sow cases overrun hole pastures In some parts of Conuecflcut the bushes have grown very tall In Branfordon the coast there are almost bayberry trees as many can be found growing along the highways teni feet tall and some even taller These bayberries must be very old You can not help wondering how many crops have been picked ofT them In teara past As early as 1717 the town records show that the gathering of bayberries on the highways and comiuou was for bidden before Sept 15 A fine of 10 shillings for each violation wan the penalty Itappearsthat the wax from 1the berries was used In making a blacking and a salve and that bayberry wax continued an article of trade in Branford down to the last fifty years Human nature being about the same one century to another there was probably In1717 a great complaining of people wljo picked the berries before they wcre baJtrlpeuor got Up mornings before anybody else bad chnn fine eherice the regulation laud thnJJ But what a breathless hurried bay berry picking It must have boen the morning of Sept 15Uur ford Co- Urant lthtls that tall and winter plowing in the south iu not advisable because we do not bare severe winter weather to fr ez It deeply We usually have a month of weather severe enough to do the land gncat good It given the bpportn nlty tq get Into it but unless it l vIewed IA Ute late fall early winter this opportunity is denied It Southern Planter Celery Not a NerVFood It Is often said thAt celery Is a nprVo food but there seems tobe no win rant for sudj a sUtwnient and the be hot is probably n survival of the Unit when specific virtues were attribute to almost all plants anti vegetable C P Laugworthy It Does The Business Mr E E Chamberlin of ijucklensArnicae business I have used it for chapped Jiandsand itcured them Applied it to aJl old store and it healed it witl out leaving a scar behind 25c at Haydon Rob ertsons drug store A WellMannere4 Cat A cat may be taught good mannen Btrange as It may seem There used he one at a Boston hotel that better at table than nfany children do If you will pardon the editor for say lug so He waited cverji day for the stalkeIsolemnly Into the djnlug room a table was set apart for him in a corner and took his sent Iun hlslnchair where he waited quietly as a we trained boy would rubbed hlt Ipaws and his mouth on a napkin and then stalked solemnly out of tIle room t WhatI1 Felt Line JIt wnS the first time he bad sung in feltstruiily lie worrThe other cliorlntom looked com fortable enough but the now ont urn sure would trip on the skirts of his cassock when be wviitiip the chmicel steps and bo knpw that if be did not slop perspiring his clean lInen nun would bp J5ndlvmu9spd The opuulii prayer hall been intoned by tin recto nnd tbp singers were In line wnlttn for the Introduction to the pfbressioual to be played when one of the busses wblspprod in the new msfns ear Youre n tenor arent on1 suppose to be replIed tint feel like n tuospotNoueYwk rl n08- oratitttde is a nne virtue and yet ItI is wearlscmc when carried beyond di- iLiountlsLe u Sage Nothing Is so new as what MJlonb een forgotten Geruian Proverb FOLEY Hot EYAND TAR t I The original LAXATIVE cough remedy lungtroublesGood for everybody Sold everywhere The genuine FOLEY HONEY and TAR is ia aY Jk wpajkagc Refuse substitute IFeleyRED CROSS DRUG SJORE J J I 1 x sayBut beouse Afferent medicines act on different parts of the body One medicine goes to the liver another to the spine Wine of Cardui to the WomanlycqansiSothBt k wty Wine of Cardiii fciI ml J tLI Without and J bat bearlngdcflmII I wbroiioo bottSeLtWRITE US A LETTER I LlFarm Field II 13 Garden SHEEP 1NWINTElI Professor Shaws Ideal For Conditionj of Well Ddng Jn areas vheretj vlnters are lIdng- ljnd the snowfall l is considerable sheep InlarenSfurtbllsouthclore attention must be given toIIkeep them thi sol hvultb and lawbslCnderamount of shelter Is absolutely neces cary Such shelter should protect the beep from Winds and from falling rtoru but not front low temperatures except when jambs are quite young Ialllug storms especially cold rains are very harmful to sheep hence they should be carefully protected from 1 TEAHLJXa BIIKOPSHIBE EWE v these Exposure to cold winds Is also harmful especially In the yards Un less lllthe fine wooled breeds the fleeces of sheep thus exposed are made to so expose iCelrtaln parts of the body that colds ard contracted to the detri ment of the sheep Lying In drafts Is also harmful febeep thus exposed contract catarnial troubles such as snuf lies which arefvery detrimefilal to their well being f The close housIng of sheep In warm stables Is about the worst thing that can come to then In winter When thus housed they sweat because of tin heat induced by the wool covering and wheiytheyare turned out from sueli sheds fiitp ncold atmosphere they con tract coliiaf The Ideal conditions of shelter are those of a shed and yard that will protect them from winds drafts and falling storms and that will allow them access at all tithes to the yards except whenstorms are falling The yards should of course be at all times wdl bedded with straw sum cient to furnish the sheep with a com fortable beth The doors opening from reaJsonably wide to prevent the ewes from crowding while entering them It Is absolutely necessarytto the well being of sheep that theybe given con slderable exercise even Jn the winter season Because of this they should be allowed access to the pastures as long as possible in the autumn and as soon as bare spots appear on well sod ded lands in the spring The device hits sometimes bebn resorted to when slow is deep to place food lhvracTcs some distance awfiy from the sheds aiid to open a fbid to thj same with the snowplow on which the sheen would Journey when seeking such food Lambs are usually strong and vigor oils In proportion as the ewes get ex crclse other things being equal No kind of fodddr cnn be given to pheep that will servo the purpose so well as that w Ich Is leguminous IISuch fodder found In clover alfalfa and the Canada field pea in northern areas but it iIp chiefly furnished by clover It is of mudf consequence that fodder ted to sheep be fine rather rliftle coarse They pre fond of nva rletj qf fodder As a rule ewes will profit by feed flag them train half a pound to ii pQund a day of grain before the lambing Ben flytngtJICmwhen they are on succulent pastures ICo kind of grain Is better than oats When on dry feed and no roots are being fed it small proportion of bran or of oil cake or of both added to the nibal will greatly improve the ratios h cause of the regulating effect which these have on tie digestion Field roots are a great help wfien they can 1e fro In conclusion to the foregoing article Orapgplun1dypnrllng Shropshire shown In the cut Is one that took first honor at the In diana Kentucky aiid Illinois state AIN In 1000 t Timber In the South Farmers of tire country are slowly realizing the advantage qf planting trees Troea area slow crop but they me a sure one and the children pf men who plant today stretches of nut Lees fruit trees or hardwood timber will rise pto call them blessed to morrow JTlie country Is going to be hard up for wood In a conipanitlvelj few years If somebody doesnt IlhntItrees Just at present the south Is Gripping Itself to meet tho constftntly cacreaslng domilltts fpr timber and In the south are osceutlonal oppO tuhltles 0 prepare f6r profit In meeting the de mands of the future Southern Planter Gather Up tis Toola Gather up the Jeils and put thein UntIe shelter ArninRD them la the best order you COil on racks shelves or even nails and see fclf you dont feel better for the job Meat Scraps For Poultry Meat Edraps for poultiy ore a most ixcellent addition to the regular tOed t sad tiurftig butcherlng time on tho arm this should not be forgotten Wise as an Owl Tho owl was the emblem of Minerva the Athenlau oddess of wisdom From j that tact doubtless oirtginated the ex J pression Wise as anywl Ad WriNWow ferafneCllll7elY3I llftad BookfcrW If 5554 If Ad4resS Ice 4Iesa1OUC statl c Mi ly W smtLadles MvIIory The Me eo T = L ililV ljsHotornt ing1 STRmOHBUSiflESSCOlLE6E LOUISVILLE Ky fooO OO t 88The Safest and OuiCk sfWY to g 8 Transfer Mot1exjQV Jr r HQI BY V 1Lngistance Teteph heu For Rates apply to Local Manager J 4 Q Cmnberlaad Telephone i Telegripi pj f iINCORPORATJED 88JOOOOOO6OOOOOO OOO XXXJOOOO ii f One trial will convince you that 1 Liiunveivt Sloans will relieve soreness and stiffness quicker and easier thJn any other preparation solid for that purpose Jt penetrates to the bone drivsdwaySngIhU- and elasticity to the muscles Thousands use Sloans Liniment I frlMumati5i1neurakjoto sgraiascontractejCi muscles stiff jjoints cuts bruTses burns cramp Aor colic and insect sting PRICE 25 SOt 6S100 OEd5SnBooMassti5AFarm arid Gardenij THE BALDWINt i It Is the Uncrowned Apple KAj efC pur Northern Latitudes tIlStI Pennsylvanip nnd Chio the Baldwlu n leadinlsplace among market varieties of windter apples In Vermont northern New York and northern Michigan It Is apiJo winter kill somewhat especially in high altitudes South of1 Pennsylvania Except In the mountains It beComes taU apple of Inferior quality and In th sduthnhd southwest Is still poprev I From C boradp to Washington It i grown In many localities to equal 0 even samass the fruit produced in thi east For pxport it lis one ot the bes known varieties and most highly ap predated espqcially In British markets Such fruit aflmay be tOQ Inferior to t if JRALDWIN ULL market can be readily evaporated o uanned and lnrgtqunnUUesarotu Int this way especially In western Net York The tree Is well formed vigorous Tanc long lived Though somewhat slow I leaching maturity if bears abundant thereafter Its chief fault is that L not properly managed this trait o bearing abundantly is apt to bbecomi emphasized In alternate years but thuY properly training and tWftiing young tree this fault If su a it boSon vsldered can be corrected ja mod erately light soils especially if under elaidl t fruit frequently line n high color carlj ji In the season and ripens somewhat ear Her ban ou lieavler Bolls but produced Isonscald In storage than when grofm 01 heavier land Onq of the most striUln1 chamcterlftlcs of the Variety is Its great uniformity of size Tjt0 frultMa a wholc othard Will frcquMtJ be practically tho same shlnmtr say1 New Eufjlandt Homestead Few vAne ties pro ne So small n ipfoportltov tf S Irhubarb j I d4p in April and in cold storage ovea Intur No one eau make n mlstakpi planting this apple either torhij isfor domestic or fbreigu market f g noysuxnow THE FACTS ABOUT LOtnS- V1LLE 350000- nionis within JwoRLDIndewerplpewooden boxes andin pro1MIMftttcbaccouissLouisvillefactory In the world th 1rgsst seep folsiy in the South and ons of Iargs plow toriesin theworldrlLnd buS IctricS urban lion LouIsvl1iIscityo BEA imFULHOMESI kc GItyIIMIeItff1III k 1ksanclJMllfJ1i6centpubllc adie thahomeof the WORLDS LEADING COM MERCIAL SCHOOL fnraUatthictfciMMi do THOROUGH work and youll MTCT bs boomlDaterlsin isltm r tim to 1nl tCatakwru 1 Ooooo ISI V ApplfcltWaIt usually pass to otere ealy the best trades ot fnfitr ne Iiooes1raas of trait are generally oC cssrclal value r jJ do jftoVwarraa UM ftw pens of cold storage except whcii tht1 t apple crop Is scarce laferier froW- n been found te deteriorate eiauli v erably In storage from decay startlug lit worm holes arM tJd scab ifMiter aA In blUer Imperfec vfoas A hntine or tl1t the skin EMde with itefc i r tnails by dropping WpteS osac ether irn picking by empvyteg theta hrte the oxes or barrels aad by huadlhif Ilie j t foagWy ieciaiaii Tefr ceai pi uous as the seasd advnea etracts ifrom the appesriue c e t III Jnilt Idcs juakiag am eaajr o yg j ilace ton destructive rats l ili la seclally true ort ds skhaMd fulV a Ietes like the Wealthy Mat fJ t1aff ommerclal losses ki apjilMi froii s ay are relate prlMtrMy 4VrUJe rwu uccha ilcal haudllBg the fruit 1 Various p1lXrturKf r tbe sti of fruit Have beem tested A tep tiiture nf 82 degrees gives the seost se sfactory result In commerckl jlctk if C mt the fruit Iceepl w4I fur a 4Mrad line In a ttemperaturs b1 rt3 iC 0j neesf storedl quickly afer kJTheihost satlsfactxjr result to tired wheji the rntt is wttitrsws pni cold storage sad ued whjUt iirhne coiiaition If kMi beypwi tMf lane It deteriorates rapidly after re- aovuul frouti the low tsaertnle j- r withdrawn white tM tartt teMwtaw it appears to keep AskjW as atpte fc ic sanie condition e rtytaeM that aavfr not been lla ceM Mijnifi ify fraent Station Ann I4Vt 1 1 SS tfJCollie Whip Attacked IT it 200 fflwia tor irttolfe S he was driving rot af tuiiitfiMtV raarles Eddy of Flint MtA Nfef received serious taj ry biid fji iz55u for theprompot aetes 01 lbfc Pfc J clue Lady who juaii jMfaMOcti tler masters rescue TW daw e a d front the fray wkli a sis rm the breast which tiaMliii tbs 6ies Hr a veLerInarkui aM- orker twas allt btkil i ghC liom a rtW8P IOO ilai bss DonS biIaliSuiIsS on Its aIlyboat 1ort wsinid sss St = iT v 1eiCiaiireSS J5 9Md t fjEEIIYOQ lie ell 0r Sboops Cough Cipre RED CROSS OHuu Vr a 0