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yTttk1tM1i CclJ Me S eets 01- 1eo fkj- s JII1KHt 1 t q eacla0 f Kodol For Indigestion owrnute c1itIe tIR tbi rai witfsflsoditir ria s iS 1E die sbsuiM- b a i jriA EtdoMil1Spdt Ifjilitburir KYJ Jan 19h 1908 EdUot NewLadir this is tbe46tb anniversary IAa i b Uleof Mill Springs I help from writing few flints for the benefit of the old soldier for I believe they love to talk about the war after 1t is over better than they didwhile H was going on Tn these days fiqfU1elooC ago when we were toY but thats the way with b ftlfl n they want to talk about on tbing that happened when they were boys and this furL o nishes us a subjectj for the present Forty six years ago it i was warm and raiuing almost bJMP9Hibleto btnor dining rOOD but we wtre young and Didnt mind a little to rain owe stuOka rash of bacpn n a sharp stick and fried jtt ovtr theblazing fire which good to a hnngry boy tastd good stomach WaineCOtCumberland river The rive is JtoMill iIiis thIng about the rout after tine alIaCvrere quartered n the houses vacated by the Southern b ys which were made of small logs and dobed with andclay mos ofiiis them had smal fireplaces not built by stone masons but by the soldier for present jse We found many articles that weh could use conveniently such as- 04Ing utensils and blankets We also found some chickens in coop and it was soon decided hat we would cook them buttthe question was how shall they be cooked our mothers cookedr chicken for us while at home a ut what did we know jiboutb cooking chicken Well I will- ay that they were cooked the broth wasjjust the thing to soak ur crackers in the meat ws a little tough but our teeth were itIJbecauseamp at Mill Springs was a very place many of our boys sickened and died but as soon as we left theretha rest began tto improve We cime back nd went into camp eas t ofw Lebanon on the Rolling 7ork to heraW stayed until ordredt to Louisville Kv and from there tdNahville iTenn Now boys it will be a wholep year until the 19th of January again some ofr tin may answer l last roll call before tbattime we are all growing old and ugly l and noaccounfbut I hope all fb oftlifetime to write afew lfnesiM V CROUCH JJCo It is very Important shd in fact it is absolutely necessary to health thats jpe give relief to the tomach prompt IT at the first signs of trouble which are belchinga of gas nausea tour stomach headache irritability and FtheF doing too much work apd is enmand ring help from you Take something one in a while espeoally after meals something like Koddl For Dyspeysia and Indigestion It wills enayle your stomach to do its work properly Told by the Red Cross Urug Store t Record Breaking Docket i Today will beHhe last day in which suits may be filed in the circuit court to be heard at the January term which begins Mon j day week Up until last evening yery few suits haa been filed aud frpm present indications the docket will be Ii record breaker Unless a large number of suits ifCUltlOlerktheI IIJantiry ihavei iHttmbtr of years ago In fact I really belteye ihatit will be tfce ligbbet of any term of court dutiffg fcbe past fifteen years Eaierpri tkJoeWlttt 111 bsewi jJM cesitIpatii- DdsCk lIt SeM y tke e4 r 00011 w W NTIM BACK H M rMs American To bacco Cos Buyer Petition ed to Return to Spring field to do Business A petition signed by neariy everv business manvin Spring eld as well as a large number from out in the county has been presented toMr H M Mossthe buyer for the American Tobacco Co who recentlv transfered from Springfield to- ebanon The petition urges Mr Moss td use his influence to induce his company to send him ack to Springfield to resume buyJng tobacco tAlthough Mr Moss promised take the matter up with his company it is not thought likely hai anything can beaccbmplish ed this season Trie American Tobacco Co was reluctant to ithdraw from this county but circumstances became such as to force it to make the move Now that theyareoub it is not probable ihat they will be induced to return in a hurry Thecompany doing a big business at Leba non an i has crops booked head to be received as later s April Rank Footetes When attacked by a cough or cold Qr when your throat iji rank foolishness tJ take aur other medicine than Dr Kirns New Discovery saysOV1 Eldridge ofEIiipireGa I ave user1 New Discovery seen vears and I know it is the best remedy on earth for coughs and colds croup and all throat and lung troubles My children are subject to croup but New Dis very quickly cures every at ak Known the world over as the King of throat and lung guaranteettore 50c and 100 Trial otie free The Negro Vote Within the next lew days it is robable that Taft Jleaders in Kentucky will hold a meeting either in Louisville or in Frankfort and at this meeting are chances that definite plans for making an organization in the state will be announced and ork will be begun with a view casting the 26 votef Ken for the War Secretary for Preside at The Fairbanks men are also lannin a meeting but it will not be held until later alcrig in the legislative session the sup por ers of the Indiana tman JQ ing of tae opinion that it would e unwise to urge that the Ken vote be instructed for any candidate for President until fter other matters in which the arty is interested are deter minedi jat Frankfoit Already the contest for the vote of the commonwealtn has aroused con ff al ngand in sam instances bCitterne among Re publicanleaders The Fairbanks men ate using with much jeffect tie alleged unfriendliness off Secretary Taft to the negro ace and the KcntuQky Stand ard jbieh is the otjpan of the colored people of Kentucky ays that negroes cannot afford to support Secretary Taft for in his Lexington speech be tacitly put his his stamp of api prov l on the Jim Crow laws which humtinte and work a hardship on the negro The War Secretarys alleged position tJllkedofi friends ftthe VicePresiaent and as Kentucky has a large negjQ vote it is certain to cut al- big figure in determining the C ntrolof the two factions now fighting for supremaeyET0w9- News Kodol for dyspepsia arid indigestion is the result of scientific combination of natur digestants with veg table acids and contains the same jnicea found in healthy stomach It is the best remedy known today for dyspepsia indigestion and all trouble arisidg from a disordered stomach nttbjtheilm TbeLCerCQUctySocietyq- fEqutbasfi1ed anotner Hfuit in rcuitCpurt for damages Bgainstij threeIfor similar offenses The latest sujt is against Mr Jeff Rohards Sr and the amount of damage sought is 500 Tbq peition re cites that Mr Ribards pOolei- hia 1907 crop ot tobacco with th Society consisting of six acre and that he has already sold and delivered three acres of the crop tOIthe American Tobacco Company and a restraining order iis asked to prevent him from sell iiig and delivering the remainder of bis crop All of the suits 1ave been filed by Col E H IGaither as attor ney for Society of Equity in this courify It is said there willI likely be a number of other simi lir suits filed here Harrods burg Democrat t Jf a cough once gets into your sys tem it acts an very mnscle andflbre of th body and makes you ache al over It essecidll effects the intest ines and makes you constipated so in order to got rid of a cold thoroughly and without delay you should not take anything tbat would tend to constipate Kennadys Laxative Cough Sprnp acts upon the bowel and thereby drives the cold out of tb system it contains no opiates it lIs pleasant to take ghd highly recommend d for children Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store IIClelland Davis Fine Achiever H ment Tile Carnegie Ste l Company ot Pittsburg has purchasedj from Lieutenant Qlelland Davis of the United States a process for hardening armor plate which DtonisKrnpp and Harveyized processes for the American manufacturers pay a lage royalty It is saidI to be cheaper and far superior to the hardening methods iin vogue to and have the merit of making the hardening uniform Under the Davis invention it iis declared the surface can he hardened to any depth with absolute certainty arid the sur face will maiutain the same hardness over every inch of space no matter how many hun dred tons of armour m ybe manufactured or at what periods made When armor plats built under present methods are sent to the proving grounds for test ting it has been noted that on shot fired at a plate is turned aside with a slight indentation while a second shot fired at the same plate only a fl w feet dia tant may rip it open or show a amarked increase in the Jnden ta ion This said to bedue to the fact that the plate has not been hardened the same In one place as in another Lieut Davis Isi a son of Major Davis formerly Secretary of the School Buanl Heiiis1 well known in Louisville having been rearedj here Louisville Post I Clelland Davis is a nephew of Mr Andrew Cunningham of this placeJ When the Stomach Heart o Kidney nerves get weak then these organs always fail Dont drug the stomach orstimiilate the heaat or kidneys That is simply a makeshift pet aprescriptionknowhto druggists every where as Dr Shoops Restor ative The restorative Is prepared expressly for tbeea weak inside ner Yes Strengthen these neryes bund them up with Dr Shoops Kestorative tablets or liquid and see how quick ly Belief will come Free sample tes sent on request hy Dr Shoop Racine Wis Your health is surely worth this simple test Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store For Sale Mammoth Bronz Turkeys both SHX pure bred for sale cheap also tome pure bred Buff Orpington chickens Mrs 0 R Clements R f d no 54 SpringGeJd Ky Telephone number 175 2 short and 1 long 1m 8SBoQleer Curedd Lame sioulder Is usually caused by quicklyChrmbeolains Pain Balm Mrs F H McFiweeof Boistown New Bruns wick writes Having been tsoubled for some time with a pain in my left sb91c1erJ decided tp give Chamberlains Pain Balm a trial with the re J linl that I gdfct prompt relief t For by Haydoh Kob2rtBon TOBACCO SITUATION Thec1ofPool and Other Mat ter Pertaining Jr Thereto 4 After weeks and months of struggling against adverse conditions the efforts to pool the tobacqp crop of 1907 for Wash ingfcon county and have it stay pooled have proven a failure The pool has busted This is not an official announcement and we trust none of our readers who may have pledged their croos to the pool will feel authorized by this statement to cut loose antf sell their tobacco regardless of consequences The NewsLeader is not in a position to authorize 1any such action but we can state the situation as we find it and may offer a few lines of Advice For some time past it has been evident that the mOney would not be forthcoming from ethe A S afE to finance the 1907 crop The money panjc the restlessness on the part of the obacco grower to get hi money cut and several other things combined to bring about disaster to the plans of Jhp poolers not the least among them was the disgraceful dis play of outlawry and coercion as practiced by the night riders Gjod lawabiding farmers or Washington county had been led on by incendiary talk in which their wrongs had been greatly exagerated until they were on tbe ve goof lending countenance to deeds reckless and dictatorial against their ne hborsA man was denied the privilege of being a free agent in a matter that di lectty concern d himsell and the livelihood of his family He might sell his tobacco but not until the t meandfterthe manner prescribed An attempt to violate this law meant trouble and this the average Kentucky farmer used to peaceful ways desired to ayoid Fortunately the farmer woke up in time to save bis good nameand per haps hi9 tobscco crop The failure of those who were undertaking to manipulate the mat keting of his tobacco contributed largely towards bis awaken jug to bestirs but we must giye the farmer credit for vcluntarily calling a halt when he realized whither he was drifting The idea of pooling crops and holding for better prices as em bodied in the American Society of Equity plans is all right as a theory andwould undoubtedly work to immense advantage toI the grower if the plans were allowed to work out RR laid down Unfortunately however there always appear to be something in the way The thing is too unwieldly to be handled sue cessfully The effect qft this agitation among the tobacco men of this county has been demoralizing and disastrous One of the bad results and one which iis fait at this place directly is the forcing out Qf the county of American Tobacco Co s buyer Since the establishment of the receiving house of that concern here several years ago it has paid to the farmers of the county in cash from 200000 to 300000 teach year This moneyhas been kept in Springfield and Washing ton county and has proven a big FOrDandruf willIThere is one thing that cure itAyers Hair Vigor It is regular scalpmedicine It quickly destroys the germs which cause this disease The unhealthy scalp becomes healthy The dandruff disap pears had to disappear A healthyscalp meansa treat deal to you healthy hair no dan druff no pimples no eruptions Tliebitkfndofst4IaISold c IIx a QT CAysr eLwisnJ1 asbtsrs et lJers ilPIlLS prHpertyIyear the edict went forth that thee was to be no bcyiig of tobacco for the Jrut iu1thi county and Mr Moss therepre sehtative was so mado to under stand and be transfered his base f ooera1 ions to Lebanon The merchants of Springfield and other citizens of the county now have the privilege of seeing our farmers hauling their tobaccb U Lebanon and hauling back a load or goods which the merchants of our neighboring town had in duced titm to exchange some of their tobacco money fur Thus it wilt be seen that tha promoters of the pooling inter est have succeeded only in driv ing the growers of tobacco to another market and have not ac complisned the main obji ct which is to force them to hold the tobacco Perhapse the most serious ef fect of this tiouble will be felt in the depreciotion in values of faining lands circumstances ate such thst it becomes Jm practical to Successfully giow tdbaccp crop ill the countjj with out runing the risk of suffering dtmage at the hands of a cer trin lawless elemtnt godcesirable citize is Und trOspcctlv settlers will givelobe county a wide berth It is estimated that the damage already wrought in this respect is considerably ruor than can be made up by tne increase in the price of tohaccu for several seasons even if that increase is brought about tIcPnr Fool Law Secretary WUson s slOne of the objects of the law ito inform the consumer of the presence of certain harmful drugs In medicfnesl The law requires that the amount of cholorotorm opium morphine and other hatyt forming drags be stated on the label of each bottle The minufacturers Chamberlip Congl i Rmedy have always claimed that their remedy dia DOS contain any of these drugs and time truth of this claim is uow fully provenat no men tion of them is made on the label This remedy Is nit only one of the safest but the best in use for coughs and colds Its value hasbee projrco beyond question during the many years it has been in genaral use For sale by Haydon Robertson Springfield Mans Luck A special from Washington City says B H Young of Springfield Washington county hits written a letter to Repre sentative Ben Johnson which indicates that a big suit involv ing the title to a tract of Wash ingi on land worth 1000000 or more mny result Mr Young wrote that an ancestot donated the land on which is the market in Washington but had in the deed a provision that when the property should cease to be used as a marKet house in should revert to the heirs of the grantor Mr Young asked that Mr Johnson lok intothe matter which he has attempted to do to a limited extent with the result that he will advise the Spring thud man that the case looks to WOjthyotthetimet investigate Representative Johnson casu ally mentioned to Representative John Sharp Williams that he had received a letter ofI this character and Mr Williams told him there was probably somethi in the case since Gsa Ofearles H Grocyenor of Ohio recently retired from Congress had told him frequently that eyery time any bill came up in Congress affecting the property on which Center Market stands there was always a lobby to kill legislationI or hush up any to the title Gen Grosvenor was of ih opinion that many persons now holding in that neighborhood are merely squatters and that ifi the matter were investigated it would befound that they were houletproperI justice should yet in the revers- ionary heirs The property is very valuable Do TOI have backache occuievally or stitches in Ute aldeuto time do von feell all tir 4 c wiW oat ambition aad witljot estrgy rfTakeI Pill they promptly relieve buckmclwi weak back i4amti efUte Wikr aadIeak kIdneys kt ltkJIr8lllJrwrtStcri I a eETII I j + I 1 IIIEconomizes the nuke use of the flour biscuit bttt 1ocake and pastry ipore appetiz rInc nutritious and wbolMtme 1 aIthigPo4cr fH gABSOLUTELY PURE V 4 tiThis is the only baking tf II powdermadefrornRoyfGrape t It Has No SuostitHtc a uaM Pbi sta Si Us shies4 a at IITisir tower prto IIIt a kMNkr 2SdIS bibsIS U lit g 01 N9TGOO1PJIETSe Deetors Are Hardy Mano says I eTrai Nurse I suppose it Is treason to my epee tier officer to say so but doctors are certainly not easy pudents to maa cratf remarked the trained BUrN At least this has always bees my experi ence and most nurses yeti will lad agree with in in the matter 1 have recently been nutslag a physlctoa through typhoid and my experlese I with him was typical of the cases e ttti prni wlon in rfueral lquH know altogether oe mack for their own peace of mlad ra see Each new symptom to recognised aad If it Js an unfavorable oae why tINt patients weakened condlttoa asually lends him to lay great stress apoa it Tben since be has always bees Jaa po8itlou to Issue orders ta the curse be cannot easily bring himself to take orders from her sad ke to disposed to criticise and take excepttea to treat ment which the ordinary patteat receives sea matter of course But perhaps the raoejt treablsseme thing of all is the mania which tke doctor has for taking lilA teiaaeratare If he has a moderately high fever aad Is allowed to use the tkermeaieter as often aa be wes ke cam fret aad worry ever the result eaoagk ta sead MGnthaopbysiclaa paOcat by a refusal to lett him have the tkermemeter and rather at the same tlml tkaa let him know lust bow kigh his fever was I fcave dropped tke iastrtimeat just aa I wt in the act of handing5 It to klm Of course I apologise for my carelaoeacpa MilTflOetam at the expense of buying myself a sew therMometer At ose times I had an Inaccurate in etrumeat which never registered hfgb enough oil I used to call it my doc toes rEemeterBy a little dexter Ity I caald substitute this for the ea I actually used myself aad the ea couraglngly low temperature it wonld patieatNew SHOWING OFF A GUEST r The Inrvkwprr Was DtermInMl FM- Mnrfen ShouW ArOne night while exSecretary of the Treasury Feseeadea was a political mlssloa to the cortkern part of MaIM he stopped at a smftll hotel In the cefiterdf the koue was bIg stove that warmed two mews la OM or the apfrtmente Judge Feeeedea established himself and prepared to take proper comfort during the even Ing Jxt as he had got well located with a beok the landlord a six feot French Canadian came In Excuse me selr said be tat Mr tel WIggOife of Moysvllle she be la de udder room an she wa iHe lfr Fessendeen Tell Mr WIggw Ill be IB a little later said Judge Fesseadea tvntac another leaf In kls book The landlord west oat He retWMA In a moment Mr WlKgone ske sead his compliments an she say dat she wee Mr Fesseadeen right away The Interruption just at that mo WNIwas In no way accustomed to dlctator ship He sent back ck a sharp reply that It was easily sees that the landlord was cut bjkS upefftyIa just thirty secoads the kaiUeri WM back Judge Fesseadea raised his eyes te Mod the man staring at Kim WithIsuppressed excltemcat la his teaes the tall landlord Mr Wlgjroae sa74e wan see Mr rtBdeeo qalekl ano she gnea o d house an I say eke gee tb see him Forthwith Ute big landlord swoqped owa m Ute rutoalftked featlemaa seised kim tucket him under his am Iand strode across iu4th reeai itt tile peremptory geatteaMATfreai MaytviUe lINt1aJ1dhe had Just delivered a pitcher e lee water here be Mr FeMea4eeaH He tef the fadMnaat enttH down as a chMhr and ed swlftafiy iKM M rpiy KW MeepylJl JIM bee ttfl 1 fWjll sKoetly lees fec frse 1 li t wI =aM The d1 M =id ae jibSSbt Hit4atioll p t i 41 rTh 4iZee5 f I The country stoFifceef yu o 1flbad acceaats ea kls beam tfca ke eir v ried sow yean ageT1 9Ut Jinais Jil Chambers of Ceffey Mi tjkis ip Wf1 cause he Ulata smaller peek aa4 t f rtJrel cousin tee seate pretty will to ffP J if y era for jrir morajks at a time uTile reasea fer tkIichadeNaItir tioa is largely doe to tke kifkartMA and large dema4 for poetry utilL eggs I pay oat to sea tirsadtpoultry and CM eaeagk meaer eyas wji oatk to pay all kfe pree ryAWtts imaay other carreat ejcpeases jbiWhef farmer receives as macK a 4ISkiir taoatk from me fer ckfcfcea AaMtoMftV The farmers are raking mere eWehean sow than eT1t kerevci MiV ttiirrj raattmc the kigkeet witof fMfjb i J Tk aoaltry preaacta ot the iimalt farm new aiIMlitie sta asam j TaluS M tke live Nck W kiad of faraWi 11 It ioCPOitI1Il M kLsg Thrills K Laiy l In aa artkle tliitsC et 4t t are p 1Lr firl ys teeXJHlMlft of stopped iaeteatly aWattk IilNiTfctiai iry jperator 1till jaa fte fmr = fkrome reBM rkabte reeajta aip Ckus several years ape tim 1Pr1 JIm la we hit wea Ttyrj ea s aB it depleted a wee creaaja a Mflrfraj candbeaioiwaeso i t uetive It was msJeC kr kavitavami j yagise approach the 0i tbeaavaa plag the tlm Jtaet kefOM t ka M1 i 4 struck of MllMJMtWI Jeaa c toMtetyThetlaia1 aajgaaiek I1a dammy vrv tkcbkithe aMnalae started TkjaMmli a itta ptctare akewmc tie ma being ireaad ta ftea i t wi j wheels b et AI lnIenuUUsL L Frederick gtarr tiw Uafiim aff JtCkicaaoA prefesaor lit ai 1 1oI di crfbed at L a whose ke bad wit la Us Jifricaa taav eI i t 1bM hey saM Jflftt l iftee ss ir we isdbig aM tilt I at sees II PI4M1bl aim Tarevgk aa iaaa t Ht hsiaetioedmabeStIt1 liMing ajaia mrT heiL 1 f Te my buy said L Well sir Mild ke t km ftt sees you ICY yj4J1f agsaIes tkere to ea WIle f waa t ask Wkfck pert to It yea zsed aer Ute wIlMer IH fI1 ARhdy tf Iwo keaae asta tett ikatr M r aghast aa attic window ot a farm 1twkkk the bird bed ssSi 1i seeessstY sars vtr beore they rrtv d aar lag searrew teak af kir aMta w- of j 4B Mw mufrcvf anw maVi martiaa returned aa aaaX aa4 day the farm pii rt JM M hat bitethawthd a aav m falaga borelll b4uphe thi BMaatoc Mid aot aadlaf let kihi away ptrt sn4the p epsrrowM Os TIM boss martia bad welled bsinp for siteti tiljlMk kr 1fttlk jltoI WM aa weed Mr Oaawmv lJLJ aaderawad It a rt ie tatl atatjlli i 1t tMt iii veep heed W 1 bTJe5b517 Is triepit f Mwr TIHHI Oa 1sWhiL 11 v nat na hew 1 ptatieat te7PIMU ItAJlfilrW Lwe te iQ dJ31 tft ebiee It N r Wt IsuWa e t AI i II r talWIfAIfRJ r umI TIJJIVr 5 D f0 t LLPAVIN Jr- t i I J cb p I CWIa aad PDUU8eJ iiiatt J f iitio rat1bt r t tfIIt pw bffijf e 1ttrf r tct- 3SbII Is n reIutIa ef ruT 4 S sjrU10 HIUl JlTI1IW 11 4c t o ht O c1 f Ica t IWkY1 l1NUIKJ6 a ot 4idrastic r in LJihtre wu lfe in ht tWi111e ur 5tJtal 2Jit i t1iiaIt ir Tb Wll is- f W4r lOaMd M tfc Ai ericaf i jRiribBf Qotllpa1l1 an4 should it tn i b4Ssb law A great afed fJ thg iMi iMIf poiitte wtp4 out of existence ir la1fe tbe t MiIt pavebftMrs of tobacco J wprid wo Wb shut out Ii J 4ckY Mi tyery pe rJ1 the bill k aimed to oioud be 1 1isjured fit is Hot aa1t that it Was ever seri 3 MtatxjMCttd to hives s1IChBtJ t p Md but rather it isi Hi i1it that tb bill is to bJ 1Htt iMFlit 4bJiCMclOYIb i t I Attidirs of the tobacco Li compani rj lorot them to buy the J rope which bare been pooled p ImroHjr worii the bill is a part t SSj mi twsrbstweuthgroers fJs4 cm which has been takenn jjpiBtipQwt to fight or Injure l 5KtM Th war bras been on Mr asyicsl yrs now and there no z 5isbobs no present plan for 1t rssklsaisnttbat will be satuta fcsy ioboth sides The ArT bI4co Company has osra to b y 10000000 pounds f of the Barley tobacco from the p ol jt this was rej cted be t thitiofl Anted the sittrf pool to bebuihtTh i JJLWirean Tobacco Companj ait It could not handle thrttt large an anonnt of tobacco atii tbtpfes nt time and the ne So Mate off but there isa 1 chaac that they will be renew ri sa4 It iWi to bt hoped that whei the5 dec ot such a proposed Nre is folly realized that WIM couMel will prevail and l that tbsWli will never be allow lo t abt lifht of day t 0JWiilitM Jennings Bryan un 4S 4ctookW U kol breakipgthe itaildcfcin the Kentucky l gisI Jtreon Taeday appearingr Wore that iKxly vcA pleading wltti Jbo e Democrats who areiJ i koWiigcMit against J C W T3 kbaa The great Comii BftOMT plead elpguenUy ant tfr dteil finT bt without any re ti s it for vpt taken aTjtrr his siB3t 6k failed to recOrd an- jdwapt in the statust of the f J i bTt lnetcoffee Sub6tltutceve- Mr kM recently been produced bv- Sir V IDciSfcoof of Racine WIs You dont + zye fi boll it twenty or thirty mtri i Vif ie jiii a minute says the ttic HIalth Coffee is really the WwivBifee Imitation ever yet pro p Ai Jtot a grain of Teat Coffee In k fittitr Healt Coffee Imitation is siiiyiif i pure toasted cereals or t r jyijiiifct jirithaialt ntitsetc Beallr it wwddiJoal an expert were he to sedrink it for Coffee For jJ ii 1rokShader 1 1 qlIiIlIcCJaoccr Bill LiRtPf trt i rskIoct Er Jan 20Ari 1 thi tobacco tteAsure whic aeks o llace ttjftbuaibess andei rr h4poloe power of the State wMiatrodvoed in tbe House to of Wash J l RtpreenutivtpqCkoril iil riis a aber of the dis- it lbGrclol the Xa ncky i Jbu iru ioe5ejr and or eJf th A tAkJW tMuco uwn in Kenr tteky jI1pId a actt for j1 o Ux tobacco ID t r rk Miaei of the a i 1sIg s4 scflua of lf14 tim piaced u dir Ibe State pflitH powpr irtmibr to the v Sibill pl c s dairy tba t a ooder the con oinmaanerhirI 01 4444 4 tf I IA it1 i11 1a 1s i tlit t Newt StOCKI of Goods IIiI t Watches Clocks 2 Silverware etc t o j TEHEES TESTED FREE iil vO OpfKHite Presbyterian Church It r JuoJjM Graves f ww WWWWW Agrjculture ho is given in qujsitoriarpowerStO gather st4t isticsi A license tax of tMi cents a hogshead is fixed on alr Dealers who buy tobacco for the I pUrpose af maIiufactur4e Pe altiesarei prescVlbed fpr all Viol lations of the act t An Assistant Gprnmissioner off Agriculture is provided for who ballh ve pjcclusfve control qfffT the tobacco iriHusVjy The measure is fayoredj by theIclety of Equity r r2 i t A tlcklinfr cough from any causes quickly stopped by pr hoops hotoUgilYIharmless efls mothers every where y togive itto l give it without hesitation even to very young babes The wholesome reen leavesand tender stems of atunghea1lng mouhsainous shrub furI igh the curative properties to Dr hoops Cough Cure It calms the oough and heals the sore and sehsi tive bronchial membranes No opium chloroform nothing harsh used to injure or suppress Simply a resinous plant extract that helps to healtaJ lungs The Spaniards tall this shrub which the DOctor uses The 1SacredWoodlawn i SrThe health pt pur community iis good V Several loads of tobacco have been shipped from here Most oft j was pureLased by Mr Rees represpjitinp the Home Tobacco Warehouse of Louisville Misses ttai and Myrtle1 j Croake of Cro ksYiile visited friends at Stringtown Mr Will Higdpn was slightly hurt at Early Times distillery last Mohday School teopened up Jan 20 with Miss Jennie Duncan SI teacher She will also teach a subscription school this ispring J Miss Ethel Bush Is pqt in Ijc neighborhood o f Hdmphrv School fibuse trying to get yp a spring school We hope she will succeed as she is a ideserv iogjpung teacher MrJas Higdou is quite illpll complication of diseases and his recovery is doubtful Mr B L SfiiUh shipped a Carload tfstockfrom tbis place last Wednesday 1 Mr J O Woferd sold a farm to Bert Hawkins prise privae Mrs Liodsey an old and res pected lady died and svac ip terred at C wpGroind5cernterj list week t Mr John Dodson and wife of Booker yisitedfritnds hero last Sunday M Lonnie LInton passed through here last Monday en routeid Louisville torlIake his future home The foundation fcr the nw church at this place will beJ1iid next monthSThestone are ill hauled for the work rEd Wheetley wa in Bardstoun last Tuesday- If any of the Washington countv people w nWO Ellis Ww W V to furnish them with fiuit trees drop him a postal tar this pla e and their orders will receive jprompt attention Mr Floyd Cheatham was in LouisviLle last week with bis tobacco i A Cure for Misery I I Jiavefound a cure for the misery malaria poison produces says R M James of Louellon S a Its called Electric Bitters and comes Iin 50 cent bottles It breaks up a case of chills or a bilious attack in all jyenowjjsion This great tonic medt veslkidney c mplaints an4 the misery of lame back Sold under guar ee at Haydon Robertson V drug store Hardins Chapel As news is scarce I will try arINewsLeaderMr C Houchins n d daughter OllieMayJ ofr Har rodsburg spent Saturday night with G W Fan wick and family Mrs M5W Barker spent Saturday night with H B Litsey and family Mrs Nellie Logsdon and family spent Saturday with the former parents Mr and Mr Marion Sweeney near ekI llIefMr G W Penwick was in Lebanon Friday on business Mr Marion Swe noy and t daughter Bessie spent Monday ith Nellie London and fatuiTy Mr and Mrs J C Houchins and daughter Ollie May Mr and Mrs and Mrs G W Fen WiCK and four daughters Lela Margie Nina and Naomi spent Sunday with tH S Litsey and family Misses Lei a and Margie Fen wick called on Mrs Mrs Anna Hiatt Friday Mr llndMrsJ C Houcbins have returned home returned home arter a pleasant visit to relatives here She was accompanied home v her sister Mrs Mary Fenwick Mrs R P5Lanham sp nt Saturday witlVT R Begley Mr Cause Begley ofFen wick was irl our community Sunday Mrs R P Lanltam spent Saturday night with MM Nell LogclonS Mr Edward F nwicif of this place was in Fenwick Saturday THE ROSE ugcla ADBOflQCMt RewrdiDS ite KaiioiM PQft Food anl DrngLaw Wear yleased to announce tbat Foloys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles is not affect ed by the Rational Pure Food and Drug law as it coutalns no opiates or ther harmful drugs Pnd we recomr mcnfl tasa sate rtiUedy for children and adults Sold by the Red Cross DrugStore == r250 11- I i IiI I both for one year Sribs nI tionlunderthjsspecialoffer Yaceiyfd attheNews iDcIth afterItlatdate i IIsiIi GOT HIS SHIRTS Comical Prank a Princeton Student Played Upon a Tutor 1InJflmes T Alexander Is the tollowln story The mode of life wits simpler in- those days than nov but thp same lu Inor which still makes collegians so comic effervesced in the old days When for example William Penning ton son of a former governor of New Jersey and himself afterward speaker of tile national house of representa lives roomed next door to Senior Tu tor Topping It was the custom for each man to hang on the outside knob of his door the bag containing his soil ed cjothes for the laundry Pennlngton stuffed his own skirts one day In Tutor Toppings bag and waited for the day when the clean Un en was returned and laid out on Toppings bed Then knowing that two Of the younger tutors were in Top pings room Pennlngton knocked at his door On entering he put on an embarrassed air as if hesitating to tuITopping a lofty way These gentlemen are my friends I have no secrets from them Say what you wish Pennlngton still hemmed and hawed but again urged to speak blurt ed out It is not my fault Mr Top ping I did not want to say anything about it now but as yon insist I must ask youto please return the skirts I lent you as I am in need of them Toppings rage and horror at being thus addressed before the younger tu tors who looked up to him as a Mag nus Apollo may well be Imagined He began to upbraid Pennlngton who In terrupted him by saying Its no use Mr Topping trying to deny the fact I see the shirts there on the bed with your own things The tutor itood aghasttbut Pennlngton stepped to the bed and picked out his owa shirta marked with his name rTOKYO S SLUMS Worso Than the Worst In Paris Len don or New York Tokyo has slums whose poverty reaches the last depth of human degra dation Below the cellars of Paris the alleys of London and Ute crowded slums of the New York east side tld gullItmoldy man of Paris and your boll gan of London do have at times fhrcI joys and moments of acid pleasure but the microscopic IntejisIJy of the distress In the Shitnya Quarter of To kyo bars outfIt hope TpkyV has tar too many poor people and their dis position Is a pressing problem Thousands are shipped to Korea and For niosa but jhe pressure steadily in creases Owing to the constant migra tion of ambitious Japanese from the provinces to the capital city Japan carefully avoids all public ret nrence to these great sores on Its body politic Their existence Is hldjden tram the fbreign visitor Rarely does a tourist see the slums and specialists studying tho city for preclse tInforma tion are s5iJously kept out of tIc poorest quarters Japan is so skillful Iy press aganred that the existence of these miserable purlieus Is not even suspected by the average student of conditions It is a Journalistic rule In Japan not to say anything that betrays weakness In the life of the peo pie and it Is a rule generally observed But there are writers in Japan who think that in adopting the civiliza tlon of the Occident the republican j form of government should also have been Imported and these gve the min- Istry trouble at times by telling plain unpalatable truths The Kokumin newspaper detailed a reprcsntatIve to live the life of the lowest and poorestt In Tokyo and his articles dealing with life In the Shltaya district created an Immense sensation When translated into English In pamphlet form the government promptly bought up tho e plqtesWalter Flab Drown fij Deep Wntet Several examples of a zoological pc loxa fish which would speedily b t frowned If placed In deep water have just been added to the collection at lie gents park This is the African walk lag fish which spends the greater partt of its existence upon the mu l banks 01 tropJcai rivws t Its method of progression has been described by naturalists as of the bop skip and Jump variety and wIles longatstnncesbreast fins over theroots and even Into the boughvof trees London Graphic Peace r U u oi the Pyrnmia- Th J3gyptla pyramids will probably lose much their magnificent and legendary nppedrance in the near1 future The Egyptian government tat given permission for the erection ot homes and hotels in the vast plain stretching from Eskeblch to the Nile and covered with the ancient sphinxes and structures Already several so cletlcB have been formed to avail themselves 6f the picturesque view to the building of large hotels AU around tho pyramids of ChIsel there are tr be erected real American sky scrapjprp rum iilne to ten stories In height The lied Mjana SIsrnnturc IInduin ctlcfi treaIiig4 with the go urnujcul now haw to append thcl httnilr prints to tie docuuioiits Insteat jf irafts marks rs hitherto The reaaor r 1s tljiit hcthiTO frequently rcpudi oIjilrIojisrecently sJgnod by thumb print It wa l treaty botwcep the government ftu the Umatilla Indian of Washington ttl tllov cattle to en ths IndIan reser raUoii iiuhaHried tM criyJouni Work Animals Need Rest Intlsprint arouti the country all night Feed for Laying liens One of the best kinds of food for laying hens steamed oats A good way to prepare them is to take the wa ter that meat or vegetables have been boiled in and pour over the oats al lowing them to stand until cool Preparing For tho Calf Look to the cows about to calve that their udders do not become caked am feverish and iftheytlo frve them im mediate attention or a valuable coT may bo losfc i JF You cOn r J n tnin andi oe rstherious results from aJ cold by taking FoleyJIS Honey ard Tar II stops tee cough and excels the col from the system as it is mildly lass tive Refuse any but the genuine in he yellow package Sold by tie R Iitore dII SJl i NEGLECTED BAYBERRIES Time Was When the Crop Was Eager ly Harvested Years ago when the lInt frosts had come Connecticut puqple went out to plck the UuhcMies of bayfcfcrrles to make the pale green wax candies which when burning gave out the aromatic smell of the leaves that the pickers crushed In pulling oTT We no longer pick bayberries for company candles for the wintertime Except a few romantic souls who gntbt er berries enough to make a candle or two for olrl memories a few faddists who want to try to make bUY crrr candies by some discovery or other In 0 magazine and some stanch old New j Englanders who love to get out In the pastures on a crisp fall daythese all who gather the bayberrjes how arcI Left to themselves the clumps bushes have spread out and Ju some cases overrun whole pastures In some parts pf Connecticut the bushes have grown very tall In Branfdrdon the coast there are almost bayberry trees as many can bf found growing along the highways ten feet tall and some oven taller These bayberrIes must bevel oldX011cnt not help wondering how many crops have been picked off them In years past As early its 1717 the town recoroa show that the gathering of bayberries on the highways and common was for bidden before Scjt 15 A fine of 10 Shillings for each violation was the penalty It appears that tie wax from time berries was used In uiakiug a blacking and a Kalve and that bayberry wax continued an article of trade In Brauford down to the last fifty yesirt Human nature being about tIme hai e one century to another them was probably in 1717 n great complaining of people who picked the hurries before they were half ripe or got up mornings before anybody else had u chance hence the regulation and till tine But what a breathless hurried bay berry picking It niist have been tIn morning of Sept 15Ilartford Con rant DANGEROUS FISH Ways of trje Green Moray of Bermuda 4and the Devilfish When one speaks or dangeroiiR fist tlu first that come to mind aye tIn shark find the octopus But neither of these Is really formidable to fishermen The shark never attacks a boat and the octopus very rarely A much worse creature tban cither sb rlor oct liuii Is the devilfish a large ray that Is common In the warn waters of the Atlantic This fish grows to a weight of n ton and a half and besidcB formIdable teeth ed with a horrible barbed und polsobei i spike In the tall It has often beet known to attack boats A fishing party in n launch suc eet1I ef In harpooning one of these tlsh In the bay known its Arnnsns Pass TCxl as The brute towed them eighteen miles out to seaand very nearly upset tin lafluclr It v as twentyfivet feet long nnjj weighed 300 ponndsII A very nasty customer Is the greet moray of Bermuda This rather re- scinbles n conger eel but Is green Ii color anti savago beyoutl arty tish that swims An English marine officer fish- Ing off Bermuda 03101 two ago booked a large specimen anti began to pull It In His negro boatman his eyes staring tocutIthe line The otllcer at tirst refused but when he saw the fish turn on Itself and with n crunch of saw edged teeth bite a large piece out ofjts own body be came to the conclusion that It wa not n nice thing to have in a snmjlt boat The swordfish Is a dangerous crea ture SvortlHl hnre caught for thl1 sake of their oil mid flesh especially along the Atlantic coast of the UnltciJ States They are harpooned III the sahic manner In which whales used to be killed Quiet enough until attack ed the swordfish then seems tUJO raving mad and lights wltbuumatchei ferocity London Answers The Separator Recent Gerinnn trials Indicate tIn the separjitor removes from the mill and cream not only the dirt and slime which pass through the strainer but tthe greater portion of the ilmcterla As cows are usually cared for and handled there are always smue ttrt and dandruff from the cows udder tha get Into tin milk These cannot nuys be caught hi a strainer hit if It jiaeses through It Is Included with the slime which remains In the separator bowl The German trials indicate that most of the bacteria remain with it Value of a Good Ram After aH 100 is not an extravagant l price to pay for a good rain if the buyer has halt n hundred iewesi frora whoso Issue he would maice the greatest possible amount of money A gooJ ram has niayy a time mule tIle for tuUe of Tnariy a buyer and his tlloclj Ini two or tlirei seasou t and the breeder wImp gets nearest to the he id of tin rf cvelon Is he who buys aill XIJI 1tSI he huRt 1ftI1Rlucrlcau Sheep 1 r The Cause of Many Sudden DeathsI4 There is a disease prevailing in Uiis country luoettlmiygrqus becnusejxj dccep live Msiivisiddei ti is deaths are crfused I 5lZjV it heart tlis I i ease pneumonia hoftrt failure rf j raIilenrenftetthe resultl of Uid 1neY disease If i f L kiujicy trouble ij i olloweltloUth11Uce the kidneypoison llO0djcil11ttack ft the bladder or the kidiicys themselves break lovn ami waste ttvay cell by cell resultfrontJL 4 cure is qhtuned by aCfuickcst rt1leI2t oftie ifyoti properII JUg badlyl you can make iia taking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and bladder remedy neaudseingcompelIedand to get up many times during the 1efct1 It stands the highest totS its wonderful cures of the most distressing cafes SwampRoot is pleasant to take and iis sold by all druggists in fiftycent and pnedolltrsize bottles You viny have n sample bottle of thus wonderful new t1is covcry amida hook that tells all about it both sent free by mail Address Dr Kil YWhellIoffer iin this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the naineSwauip nnrllbeIloVtleJ U tt t 111t1itIiv i i f 66000 Worth of Goods 61 f ET0BESAORIFICED= 4 = i c 1 derto 0LadiesIl t itl1 I Itff f iff and a great many articles sit less than cast t 1 We make this great effort in order to reduce our stock b J fore moving into our new building which WIll ereadVabout 0 5 March I1st Remember tiis sale Iis for CASH j- II I GR UND Y M INTIREjjfvj 2a k r aj ia ia a a atiAi k A ia a 1 vV llFOR1 By virtue of taxes due the State of Kentucky and the County of Wash ington for the years indicated IJ or one of my deputies will on MONDAY JANDMIY 27 1908 offer sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky the property de scribed below or so much thereof as will satisfy the tax and costs SPRINGFIELD PRECINCT NO9 Catherine Nally 20 acres of land listed at tax and cost 378 TH Na b 47 acres of land listed at 8100 tax and cost S37o KELLY SHOP NO 11 Dan Mattfngly 20 acres iauu liste at 150 tax ana cost 4tEl S A Smith 1i7 a resof llaud dI at S3OO tax and cost 636 Luther R White 25 acres of land listed at 8100 tax and cost 287 SPRINGFIELD NO 8 COLORED Christina Browne 8 acr sof land listed at 150 tax and costs 2 69 Sam Coleman one acre of land listed at 50 tax and cost 310 f George Murry one acre of Jan listed at 50 tax and cost 310 Bettie Masons heirs one acre of land listed at 8100 tax and cost S204J Lucy Simms heirs 5 acres of land listed at 100 tax and cost 204 Mary Edelen one acre of land listed at 300 tax and c6st 575 KELLY SHOP NO llj COLORED George Litsey Gr acres land listed ifat 300 tax and costs 865 is S Osbourne S WC HOWTO Ajiiifl iupendicilis Most victims of appendicitis are habituall constipated Orino Laxa tive Fruit Syrup cures chronic con atipation by stimulating ilje liver and bowels and restores the natural action J of the bowels Orino Laxative Fruit S3nip does not nauseate orgrip and is mild and preasant to take Sold by the Red Grose Trug Store Re fuse substitutes A Story Telling Club Much fun can be had by the llttlv folk oil Saturday afternoons If they gather together tot thy purpose of 8 tclliug To make each boy and girl tOiYjjL11s or her share of stories it is a plan to form a club comprising a taut number of members Let the story tellers be called lippn alphabet Ically and have two or three on each afternoons pro lunweThe storli should be original and each toIlet should try to make his story as inter Icstlng and full of innocent plot as hh mInd cnn devise It Iis quite wonderful how clover some children are at teillatii stories particularly the stories of their own make Signers of tho Declaration Of the sij icra of the Imniortnlt Declaration of Iiiiii5 eudence 38 were cf JRiigllih blood of IrJshfl S of Ecotcli of Wolslj Xnd i of Swetiithe Of the occupatlom of the sIgHers2- Stir lawyersG w no doctprs were liniers 4 wore jK ltlclans 10 were Ia YtIisa a sur Tt70r Outfof tSe SH signers 15 were ri h the rest beIng in easy clrcuin Ittamees Vss and No A player thinks of some person or tlilsgnmi the others ask him questions alout It to all ofwhicli he ahswers yes or ho The Inquiren just guess from his answers what he Is thinking of iShrowd questions will sooii lend to the fllscoverj TIlt IRn room game und well adapted tc follow tJlII8C In rhlch uert Is witch physical exercise bidHisast My goodness excliUiiied no in was mother What In the world isndt Jyour Tace so dirty V nlcf MphRuy Jones tini uiehhd nflKht exclaimed Willie an he turnVrt inoro dirt in my face than could sXValler rHome Magazine J r Not Honostly have you over heel in jnllbcf reTt ebtemniitletlNo 36t v honor honestly neverl his1 Of courso you havent honestly ady Few men Jrot there that WayKau th isns City Independent Tects Sf Like AH th9 Rest thThely llnbleto nslcInieftSr captain CoulijJ you ttell him vhn to tip irt inse of PB Pj1Ul pCALL ON n I 1Ir 1 If you have any real estate to sell call on I BII D Lake THEREL ESTTEMANi I 0 A list of desirable Washington county farms for sale No trouble to show property to prospective buyers Address e I c y Bf D LAt A4K c I I SPRINGFIELoKY A I i AT THE BEGINNING OF THE H New Year I I beg to call attention of the houat 9f keepers of Springfield the fact that1o keep on hand a first class supply of askafqyour I 1 OnlyIJ I tpv j I Della Carpenter ooooo 0 0 Nursing baby f 1 0 X 0 Its a heavy strain on mother 0 V Her system is called upon to iuIy 0 nourishment for two t i 0S tii cO Some fornvof nourishment tlsit wit O bee y taken up by mothers y ito i o is needed T 0 i o Scott EmulJiotLicOfIAIa ogreatestpossible amount of zSinent in easily digeited form oAc Mother and baby are woailirf wtfy i r helped by its use i I1tt ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 91tt 6666666666w w w AH insidious Danger r One of the worst eatureSOf Kldui trouble is that it is ati 1I2idt0ud se and bejore the vlctiin ttt danger he mc11hveQ fatal Takc Foleja Jvidne CUff at afIratiitn Of trouble u ft It irreffuiarlties ard corII Bright drseasenrid diahots SOl e Red Cross Drug Store fl 1 illUrI J I t Xi 4 1tolJJl1r 0 1Rel M4irCt1aOl1 th tISID eptltj ai wM istmi4o4 tto- njregtt1o last r byc tmnua1lycougiHgiapeirtshe to bottle fFoIels Noy s4 T t J ciH 1f H f fltcalJ T Dwbatpsi what oat 44 or w 7i Tc ii r DRJJ 1 B1JRTOI- ii a IDENT DENTIST t mm EXTRACTED tTHoOT PAIN u L 1 a B4ek1upstI- p J iPBIN itlEfD xYr at D nUl Work Strictly ij pFirstc1a t1JL5 DR PCSMJDL Pbiciai aid Surgeon-g o fOffice hours 1t92pm 8 to 9amj 1 gstielfTY IrIL LarnflOflMDo- jii 1 9fllct in Ooer IMose H iRt W F GRIGSBYt li12RNEy AT LAWJJs Bank1 J PRJNFJELD XY t4 t BUDs M w- wIQr FYA Ii S fl W HYATT JIf 1 1 SPALDING Jf Ope jOYIjI Red Cross 1ruIb spice Office hours Hyatt 1030 5a ip 12 4to 5 pm Spald ingyj lo 4JJpVm 77i DrW W ay 5KL4NSUWEON- sc OeoverF1avdDfl ic RolSeit- c DrugStore n = n 1 I rlOfrl JdIINYIIMAYSKERAi J I WfEEHSEH EMBALMER TeLtPHONE DAYi9NIQHT 74 SPRINGFIELD iY a J Ralrond SchrduleF- olloFing w is the time schedule iJJWw in effeo on the Bardstowo md SprinfjSeld blauch railroads Mo 41 Leayes Louisviir at 2 430 p mj Bardstpwn Junction- S pm Bards awn 006pni- rrivd at Spz rti tied 705 p m No 42 Leaves Springfield at SQ mi Bar stQwDJ 607 am3 1 Bftrdj owQ Junction 650 am wrrit Ii at Louisyillej 740 am No 43 Leaves Louisville at 82JO a ffl Bardstpwn anptipn I 11Qamj Bardstown 11O0amtarrlTM at Springfield 1230 pm No44Leaves Springfield ah100 pm Brd town 220 pm Bard twn JujQotion 435 pm wrivMt at ouisville 5M5 pm No p0 Sundays onlyLeaVes SpingtieId at 71k aIIBarbowi 8aniBardstown JunctiOns 8 5 aitti arrives at Louisville 1l5aII1 0 vNo pi Sundays onlyieavesttaoaiftTille at 6pm t Junction 645 pm Bards town 730 p ttM r4yesat Springfiel1A 84ym KILLmECOUCHrniCURETHELUN v wITtiDrKings t NewDiscovery t 1ODS 15Co1 UI ALL THROXT AND LUNG TROUBLES lUAXAKXEED BATISFACZOB sa JIofty aEPUNDED Michigan Training tame Following a movement on the par V 1 et some of the fraternity men to giv the football squad training table luJmrlfeg tIre thlet1c bohrJ of control nt Ibe Unlveraity of Michigan passed jesol itiontd the effect that they tvoulu LoteotIIrtennrue any vIolations or tht conference rules regarding the aboli 4t tioh pf training tablest dt training qnar- ters5s y r Killed bya Pitchcd Ball IleurL Iflon waC EtEttcit flyer the bet 1t a p1tcIed bd In a basbI J jame iat lbntreal recently and dlefl s almost Injstantly The ball passed through tne hands of another playef and struck Pllon Pilon caught tilt bhii thifewlt to the ihortstop anrf roppeddead ifatti MHes In Training t uitiee Qes the Uth court lnniscila1npItn urn flIrLIUL tl1rhft- J Iil If Mr o go ugiiuuI Mr5 MHes will cross ho IUtkbd try t regalu hLlf t n41s1ztio t 4 His Mistake hl fiit lnlzI Jouug Wett 4 kL i e put tie witl Je ev shig flstOIillV llC 1HJtt Qf li0iift QWzlItt uYu lpTiUiThk I isLq tilt hR itTfOtfltIj- I lf 41 jtmtf ftr la GriDpe- raaVfirippfecoughaare dangerous as i njtlt develop into pncu oney ana Tar not JepIet iicotigli tbutr heals and et n ibe iungftSd that tio serl ts a be cared The er anTar ccrn i har Bftil drugs and is fifa tjeMzcg Refuse stibstitutes I t r8a tkdcposs Drug Stored Th ir tae4lt- ir dt OINeMa1e IONI f Local Happenings of Interest the Freshest and Latest IAllAbout Yourself Friends j etHfl Acquaintancesl t EGznn15o MoOdd f Or haTd grass seed for sale f faLeachraaa Fkii 3 vorkhire boats 2gilfeund 2 doroc jEjilt fT v fir 6 Walker t FOitRE NT 2FIat of 3 roomsil pveriv rences grocery watersApplyl to T J GravesI D forget the brie great teeeHy vent SKATING RINKFridnight rs TAKBNT pOn my place p Owercanha sanie by proving property and paying SiwmsrvJ J Graves after boing in Jjbuf villa several months has sittrhed ndt opened his jewelry istore tfgain on Main Street oppo ite Presbyterian church Tte entertainment Union Pepotr given by home talent for he benefit of the Catholic church nlastSaturday night was quite pleasirfg ta large audience 3ha ireceipts amounted to 150 Mr Alfred Newton a well knoyin old citizen of the county died athjs home back of St Rose OIl Monday hist after a h t illness pf pneumonia De sed was about 60 years of ace n4 bad lived in this vicinity all f Bis lifte Hewass stone mason by trade and made the foundation for manyof the busi nass buildings of Springfield He leaves awife and several children The funeral took place t Stv Roseon Tuesday rOsi GdODSrln Springfield oh Jan 9 ba bundle cpntaining pair of n w shoes a good coat slightly worn Wasput into toe rug buggy standing in front of the clerkr ffice by mistake The tinder will please return ame to Grundy Mclntirg t W M DERRINGER Pbe5 last lecture of the present lecture course will be given tthe Opera House on next Sat urday night byRevJ Berry Tihen Rector of the Cuthedral oft St Aioysius in WjchUa Kansas Rev Tihen lone of he mOs distinguished orators of nlspciiurchi and a man who a been signally honored by the Pope He is an attractive sieaker and plJ Icclure will be entertainicgto all Rev Father Sennessy will introduce thE- peaker Seats have1 been put on sale at the Red Cross Drug Stor at5Q cents to any part of the bouse Accidentally Shot MrlJessie Miller a welJk own citizen of Hardins cfteek died yesterday from the effects of a gun shot wound inflicted about a week previous Mr Miller was Carrying an old fashioned pin ire shot gun which was aQci dently discharged and the con entstruckMr Miller in the calf of the leg Jnflicting an ngly wounl Blood poisoning set in later and the wounded man aied from the effects of it Tuesday Deceased le ves a wife and several children Brotherhood 0rganized On Thursday January 16tb 1908j the following members ofI the Presbyterian church met in the Sunday School room of htiihand fprmed a society to be krip wn as the JBroth rhdod of the Pesbytrian church Tne meeting wiS called to order by the nstorRe R E C Law son After explaining the pur pose of the society we proceeded tp the elfection of officers W H Whartoh was elected president cs Majes Jr vice president audQ jprge A Neitnrk secreta ry and treasurer Mr W F RaylnI atftef Iwnich we adjeurned to me 3t again Thursday January- 2i908 at 815 We lrinvite ail tjhe mn of Springfield tp meet with usas his isa nonsectarian society W6 Wharton jPres ESVlajleji Jr VicePresideat Goo A Neikirk Secty and Treas R E C Lawson Instructor W y5Rty W AWate s L A WpiaJ rj t3D puDcan O F wharjnvH MCNoeH a 11 runiy W F fiikjrkr I L l1S YiHiLr vViii XT jrThe Glen Liljf team on tbei tiiijo Louisville last wed IItvone Louisville 5f L IGRICS3 J nnOGOinl AnMa t Q the Ifrgiven vO the team that rep resents his patent flour White Rose bowling shirts and lettering V7e will remember v4QM r filler when we want to make cake ilTbePrIde of Washington team of three g nies from the White Rose teamMop day mgt1t The Jai ningham Dqpcan team played the Oppo Qplao last evening But the results were not learned i The Kentucky Dewtefam ofl Louisville will plj tlj e y H Lily tear tonighr Admissioni 15 cents vA CITY LEAGUE tt g PzdepfWsllington Pi 96 3 60- 79CrWhite Rose jtl 4 55R I I CqnniughamDtincan63i 3 500I Coco COla 624 333 Grwidy McIntire4 333IJ A Petition VrvWei i ns of Washington county Ky hereby petition and eqtest M- raM Moss the representative ofihe American Tobacco Corn pany to open their warehouse at Spr no field Ky and begin buying jafld receiving tobacco This Jkimary 19 1908 jf R Multicaiij R J Carrico Luther Burns W F Grigshy Sam Tingle G G Tucker Robt Noe John S McElroy E L Davison J it Garb W F Trusty 0 L Brady HLySmith1 JR Noes Rdbt Mattingly R It Roberts CVNoe L Campbell E C Cox McElroy Shader C Hertleih W R Selecman Leo Haydoh A C McElroy Hagau Bros Byon Parks L BGauM R E Foster G D Robertson G lD Robertson WH Leach man J Fl Epperson D MCar penterWj1 McNabb Sit B Thomoson G L Price J I Wimsatt A R Shultz 0 J flardtstyByronCroake Grundy GJB Medley DeeLan ham Wm Buckmanj Ben Ray don W i jWhartpn J D Bile tt A Bond E A Nallv Wa toen Sitnms J M Bdswell U- BOverstr6et LIA Wllett G D Duncan mpsonI1 G Mayes R U Bblitt J H5 McClure NealeBobUttj E S Mayes Jr HB McElroy G B Curiniiig ham Bpblitt Bishop L T Brown R R i Lsham Jf JBL Harmon Theo C j p Oriole one of the JKesfc Ralston Brpakfasi Food loc 1 Elijahs Manna 15c Egg o see lOc PuffRiceJ i 30c I Tomatoes i 15c f Peas pr can 10 Spinach u Pumpkin 15c 1 Rice fancyper v Campbell Ed M Russell J L Allen G D Catlett Wallace MurTd jL D Barker J C Gree e G D Robettson JrJ- B Moore Dickerson J F Green WW Ray T I Mc Elroy Lee Boom Leo Nunar Will Wood Will Greene Albert- CarricoJoe Polm J W Bush K Robertson Geo LearJ B Hill DD Hatchett W T Leachman 1 L Barber JJOBryan GiL Hayd n JVA ST3 McGill W PMontgomery Joe Smith J A Toug Scott Lanham John W Lewis Mayor W A Waters W GRobens S Roberts Gep Wharton S D Kesner S H Bishop B L Litsey Co Judge J SOsbourri S A Mudd Ben F Simms JG McElroy Springtield Lumber Co J F PeLt s PJ Thomas RyanBurne tChurch Wed ing Deau Editor TnefoHp wing account of that wedding will be of interest to pflWashington oxceptionally pleasaut enyiron m nts ihe marriage Miss Loa Net t Burnftt aid Dan was solemnized yesterday IRIan Rosary Chapel on Har dis creak fair banks The walls presented a picture of tastefull arrangements while the alter was in Amerii aq Beauties with a background of ftrusJ draperies smilax and the railing was an effective setting for H wreath of Clietnay rOies asparagus fern A suftned gloW lfm the Jight without was diffused through th stained gluss panes Lofty palms adorned i he vindows on eachside and every seat was flied to its capacitv At the tirjJi notes of fen elsohnfs March JJ rendered by Miss Valeria Cu hon a cousin the vbnd the Bridal partj began its ascent Leading were the maid pi honor witn the lfestman fcl lowRdi by the groom The bridal party was effectively grouped by Iev Peters the performing minister wpile a sweet yoice mused the melody ihFof Thomas bther appro priate selections being softly played by the talenttd organist meanwhile The bride ono of tthe fairest of our neighbPrhood was rojbsd in a princess gown blue satin trimed with baltenberg and hat to natch her only ornarnntbe- inga rich sbower buquet of iilliiS of the Valleywithorange blossoms The groom Dan Ryan of St Charles vicinity and a prominent young farmer was dressed in the conventional black After the sweet caremony the 5W = rI wORRIrbI About what to have for Breakfast Dinner or Supper If so let us help you as we have lots of good things to Look over the lists below and I 1ther1 Oats Chns Amid floral bride 2 IKorI Breakfast Bacon sliced toorder pounds 30 I Qpffee made from Ghaso Sanford brand Ib 20 11 I fr Dinner I I cornprca10and nc 15 2025c 20c Ib lOc W of and of and of and of eat for 25c per pr IBeetsuI redjkidipy 151Beans I V For Supper 1 Golded Crisp Pot OIiip per box lO- cI Hot biscuit made from our White PlumoFlou Maple Syrupsomethingextrafine par qt J 40c Fane open kettle if 0 Molasses per gaw G5c I Prunes v 121 Peaches ii iivi 20c Pies H xzt 4 12 Tea Grc n or BRCf per pound 100 Coca Walt Bakers 15 25c I In purchasing our supplies our aim is to always get only such goods as will please you We guar antee satisfactionS i SPECIAL FOR CASH 1 FOR SATURDAY ONLY 17 Ibs granulated SugarJ 100 3 lbs best Rice 25 Navy Beans per Ib 05 3 lbs Chase Sanborn Coffee 50 They are worth you Awhile T If Yours nVuly McELROY S7ADER I JI aO couple re paired borne where a sumptuous repast of many courses vas served to the ad mirers qd friends of the happy couple f May tijeir lifes jcurney be a happy o id A FRIEND Died in Louisville The re nain of Miss Ida Kim berlin vho died in Louisville last wee arrived here Satiird 1Y and wei3 tken to Bethlehem for buiisi I The deceased was about 2C years pf age and ditd of COlts mp ion She was a KiQberlilinten year ago Death oF Sweeny Hagan Sweety Hagan son of Mrs Teresa I agan died at his home here Monday morniug after a long illn as of tuburculosist He was 20 ears of age and was a young iah who was pbpular with all A little over a year ago he ent to Colorado in the hope regaining his health but aJth offfhe improved for a time apparently could stay the ravages of the disease and he retu ned home last fall and had grat ually grown worse until the end came Hwas a son of Mr ron H gan a prominent citizeIlpf the county and who has ben dead about 10 sears Besides I his mother ha is sur vied b a sister Missi Margaret yrBathe Lebanon Grocery Co Death In Hardin County Mrs SleW Knott of this county received the sad intel i ence o toe death last week in Hardin county 6f her fatLer The E izibethtown News in publish ng a notice of the death has the following Mr James A Kinkead who has figured for fifty years COP spicaou ly and prominently in the affa rs at Hardin ounty died at his h me about ix miles from Elizabel htown Wednesday after noon fr m the grippe whch af f cted iFs heart Mr K inkead was in the seventy 8Pcor d yar of his age and was burn and praised in Hardjn county He s rved the cou ty one lenTaa Deputy Sheriff and was for a quarter of1t ceniury County Surveyor and knew more about tie location of places and lines of urvey than any man in thcoui ty At various times ba serv d on the County Bard of Equa ization and was regarded as authority on the value of lands He was the first Secretary ofthe Hardin County Fair Assosia ion and was continuous ly a din ctor from its organiza tion up 0 his death HpwsTtis We oll r onehundred dollars revvar pnotbepi4 Che ey Co Toledo 0 We thcr undersigned have known F J Cuepey for the last 15 years and Relieve him perfectly honorable ic all business raesactions and financially able to c4rry cut acy cbligaclon made by his grin Walding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Drngglsts To ledo Ohip Halls atarr Qiire is taken intern shy adtidg directly upon the blood and jnncupas surfaces of the system Testimon lials sent free Price 15c per bottle Sold by all Druggist Take lulls Fanilp Pills for Consit patios f Stallion For Sale I I T have for sale fine general purposeistailion 5 years of age It han4s high and a good work h rse I A good foal getter Price 25 if taken now J or further information call on or address G W KAYS I Antioch Ky Kentucky King No 76448 TI vBullfaith onj mile north 6f Spring tield Othe Lebanon road at a fee of f IprivilegeI ItDlnt Take The Risk When you have a bad cough or untUltjbacomesl opes int4an attackof pneumonia hut give it the attention it deserves and get id of it Take Chamberliu Cough Tmedy andyca are sure of prompt icllef From a swat begin lug the ale nnd use of this preper ation has extended to all parts of the United tate and many foreign countries Its many remarkable cures for cong and colds have vttin for it this wide reputation and extensive use For safe by Haydou Robert son PILE S iMRK Iate relief from Sget Sheops MakOIntenL Tr f CPL i ifOn aree About0 AprilII 1st ii- We d5 will open in thestore rooms onMain street nbv occupied by Grundy Mcl ntire with a line of il 4 1 i FINE FURNITURE flt1 G r pS Mr Leachmaivof our firmhaving been engaged in the business in SprktffioU J fc fpr several years is well acquainted with the needs 0f thfeJocal trade MM we4 wtt X endeavor to supply those needs Mr Theo Campbell the other member of tW firm has been identified with the busiuess interests of the town for jtftrij years and we will endavoito please the people We will carry a fufi and OM pletestockofs iioU I Furiiiture Carpets Rugs Matresses t tIu til 1 1 Patronize home iindustry and give us a chance at your business i of Q JI Lfl EHMAN MrBfbb V i 9jI l3 ECNAL MT an Mrs J L AUen were callei to Louisville Saturday by the death of Mrs Allens brother Mr William Epterspn MrJ Allen Ware was in Lou isville Monday Mr Will Tolbt of BaJds town was a visitori hre Jsundaj Miss Fannie mith is visiting in Bloomfield Mr Sam Anderson who has been suffering from a severe attack of la grp js improving Mr and Mrs James McAtee of Lebanon and son Fowjird McAtee of Cincinnati att ndtd the funeral of Sweeney Hagan yesterday Misses Mr rtle Brown and Liifa Liisey of Barddto ntarethe guests of Mr and Mrs Dayid R Liisey Mr John M Wycoff of Mack yule spent Saturday and Sun day with friends here IItMes rsR4oodn and Lo gain Bosley of Lebanon spent Sunday he re- MissMvrtle Price has returned home after attending a house prty in New Haven at Mrs Ekro Rapvers Messrs Louis Spaldirg Hop per Ure er aud Joe lVycoff Misses Alma Spalding Louise Wathen and Nell Cooper of Lebanon attended the play here Saturday jghtI Mr F R Neal is in Louisyille oo business Dr and Mrs G W Botls of Owenton visited Mr and Mrs S R Gray last week Mr and Mrs James P Hays of Mapel Hill spent the week cue with Mr and Mrs S H Bishop Misses Emma and Mattie Lou Adams of Harrpdsburg are euestsat the Grundy Orphanage Mrs VrC McChord is in Frankfort this week with her husband Hon W 0 McChord- Messrs Ben F Simms GO Wharton and L A Burns were in Louisville Tuesday on busi ness Mrs H D Rodman of Louis ville is visiting her sister Mrs 1 H Thurman Mr W D Claybooke will leave Saturday for New Hop Ala wherehis marriage to Miss Charlotte Butler will be solem nized on the 28ih inst Mr G 0 Whartonspent Tues day in Loutsyille i Dr S J Smock has gone west on a prospecting trip He will spend some time in Texas Mr J A Browning of Hop Icinsville was a guest at the hom6of MrW H McElroy 1ast Sunday Miss Lj dia McElroy left MOn day for Oklahoma where she has accepted a position as stenographer with ncr cousin Mr Linebaugb a prominent llawyer of that section Mrs Nanie Walter Jis critic aliy iill at her home on Grundy avenue Owing to her advanced age and feebleness sliaig expect ed to survive only a few hOura UC3r This is to certify that all drug gists are autJiorized to refund ypuR money if Foleys HOneyand Tar cough dr cord Itl unssantifprevents Cures la grippe boughs and prevent pneumonia and consumption Contain no opiatrs The gent nQ if in ye110wpacka c Refuse ubstitute Sold by the Red CIQSS Itug Store 1 1 IManI i 1 t t tI j r tWe are Offering 1Being 0 following prices to reduce stock of same Z jZ 2oFas in tors go for 15c alFcollQrs 1 50e Uu for 95c C 11 ror 4C1 P25 oror75cc p 5lSJKfllt Shw1 gU for98cc iJJ J25 ngo for 700r j t 50c Knit Skirs go for 38 Cc575c u jIego for 5Occca1S1 126 go for 75t u j L50 t gofor1 00cc i f 25cJnfant Sacques for 19c 44Qc II for 25c 14 I 50ricccc for35cIC 1 75cGhilds Sweaters for apcj j 9 ltiljj f50c Childs TOqUf fr 3Sccc rI 25c Uhilds Tjques for 19c H I Remember we are Offringth greatpst j Inducements in Ladies Cloaks Suits Skirts and Men and Boys Clothing J We have a lot of Odds and Ends in i every Department which youcan bUy I at almost our own price w IIricesI sand d5 t 1 Laces J EyerytniDg in louse atjReflaced rc 11I IITbe R bertsonOIaybroo eC l L INCORPORATED i I BillUtra In a iSonfc PB A sensational performance baa taken place at the Stoke hippodrome where two local bHUard players arranged to lny a match of tweatyflve up In the enter of a lions cage The lions vhich were under the control of lady xaiiier sat round the cage on pedes nls hortly after the game had begun ne of the animals gavega fdud roar hlch so frightened one of the players hilt he dropped his cue As the game proceeded the lions grew excited at the jresencfi of the strangers and dasbed band the cage in an alarming manner the thatch lasted somp ten minutes nd the players were loudly cheered aI Afiv loftitbo carroLondon Mali Girls Names In thb eighteenth century girls wen christened Sophia and Caroline In the early nineteenth Emma and Jane a little later Laura and Clara Then came a crop of Dorothys and Marjo rles who tire now all calling their own babies dll a reaction against the quahit Elizabeth The names of men puffer no such umpbatlc fashions and yet It isa pleasure to note that there are certainly no more young men called Alt and Gus a were the young men who walked with the crin oline in the days of Leecft Good is the sound of John through all changes Lttop Chronicle One ComfoiL They were wcenlng for tfie head o the ihouse whose automobile1 hifd gon over the bank- Anyway said the widow drying l er tears for the moDentflhls deatii was In the height of fashionSt Louis FostDIspatchi- tt Ho Little Pleasures Hns 1dL w1oliEOu1dl stop this ecrJriatJ kkIJ rfla In your neig- hiorgwtresTbntJusttike youl Yo- uaP ifihttht to harqthe iezut plea- airU prb Whoa y6a w nHthbest get De Witts CarbplJzea WitcHjpazel Salve Itja good for lIttiebicuts1boll Lor bCn1sesr and lts espeQlally r wB inndedfrr piles Sold by the Bed Cross Druug Store i I Man Twrnc 5flsat OstMW j I After going tarofcgk tt xpaukaa of having Ills body tan lo a deep isjt Innd then blue aid haH7eo1i1 from the force of an etoctrfe iisr William Hicks jui pliy t att c New York aad New Jy TIjiUcompany te elowlj re4idSthe shock rocks w a ws lag cables at tin top of a Hiiigilii toot pole at Bradley Bwa fJ Jb accidentally took bold o a Usjsi jB v Bloa wire aod iQ atiy 1M wu from tM pIe aM kW Au 11 th w1reHtrMdla rate himself bfit so strong was tMJthat hte bind wi r JhId ilsJUty t the wire Finally Us body terigid WtirksM raa ta ts i but were several ataatts bij Hicks HWmtlaM bj horrIfIed to s e him psdHpp deep red thea Mviah and His hands were at iaat pi- t wire aad k vwas IwiidWsfroand wttfc a U Hk aad f A riMk WMi NuerSChoose aar fir cisiiieaU ohers u50ll 52 Md tt NIT- hem toebii and HM ett 7 divided by 24 TAJa will ba tuhold tru tel aay fMr eJT1Inu- mbers we atay rtnasa ofteuubik34radtt24 such as 48 72 M Se to way anyfly ciastctittrei rtiplicd toffttliar may to WI 120 UOksSMM OCtM BMSBksn a wus et 1 I rSIS r r TheJas Veavt Mf Oft admit NVScauralag is te be buttkiathsSerikr to bate as tborevibMNneiv Spbs1bi tb iepeMtveetb eveMK QWMt be NSThe bwHemlHL eMN ftW frew tbe claire net 1M tiNk 1MItbe eIIwa cad saHed SrWIe yet te t ftsMbv far Xbe aDHHni flt aaJt MM to to tW taf tthe tpteasr lMN p Me lINGSNtwDlScewlllWUfSmJtS J r Y1 r sAEiANDLT Lrii Htd swsrs S rdr th- rt w 1Eiwwtti r14 a 4 tIIOW 4 fro to an JB J I rlyev 1St w adi ti iiwosd r o J o ii4L 4thLI tii or 1i wrtw1iQw Iobn J i cii obJutas iosg IMjttibt to a ed r rIT iIS7Ot a ab cb T 1p ulirt ofoektln wMcb- tt t s i2S 04 aDd YIYt HB 1 iImth Vdt Jd ad- svVht patIIB 9dIipwucttiyts4sdft so a tssr ex b MieUIyIn wire unab4t te rI I osrwSc work white Ifitfell Itwhalf a 4oM me at workath to Ibe helow both lbs MeGtyma tekiac a ins hold c as at In keis eamgkt tb- otthr aa WtuaaRlOAtec tareuctfc saecstitd in jk I1MI I f e- lprojeet1acanatfc 1 rf aa Iron bN th wv irmly riveted IB Is i astMc of their plwi brought r UaWe to let t1tItwowr ewoght b tweea the JIIrJgkt M eat ot ttbwr1tMc Itt hand to a pulp a isMMfrsjaiMt the troa beam tr tsrriW predicament v rw perches S n1Ii rriggtd up tackle fta rVtii o iiiW back Into Its t bIF IstIoai k rtilved Wiwn tsnt UJtHMMJJg W wood d trttctibm kt dimI SIn lis kMitw tlMi bt tiiw ta M late in the eliiia4rth4 tIW pQU5 the Roilt UM 0 r tW frogfiifbY winter can ac- tt1Iab1e plant food and th- eiebwIWWttieewit of available jria pod ia thoU tbe following 1jMrMItT tWt McoiMJ Hlpticte sf b t4k3t rilas aaI the hnpoveentl s Mwaet1grdttAgrkultnaw r 1IIWr a V ryJ4 i with ceoU says 7r Advocate Simply make a abal trooffh or tank Into which thetJ t101pow4a t s miia crds oil to make a scum from otu t uito sashalf lack thick Vkoa shfhpronters thta artificial wal Jw Ms bek JUMLiklm rsfeive a little of tW tBijsit IsM to fHrovr destruc PSWtwi Power of liy tnii ten ZUHMOMMiBtTtftc iMraB0e power or th- eIaaius LP4Iaseil QjjKjr of WtWI JDeldest A doctor be kaitrhad d M afceamry to give a patiottt tai ilaay lerrntnifs aa Injec tin tkx oC aurobla to je thle him to getw owe Mooac After iawbil lthedoctor 1wwas = Mii to s HW owing to great pata QIa ttWnt Rfeht tbe doctor it wHIIII lnDtsterlnor jiMa itt PM a water instead 5JM1IiItItjiorfJKtly and awoke inwth- Moailafc wWi what Ja known aa f a MorpMa MMTtth aIaps1uftsMM lActHU Mhwr ralitw la a mom phorMss oMfexW Hnd to expel her I ji wsat tdioeissoHHf the servant glrlc tItefj1 she uWtbe ssf u lllr s mf tst If wfr Qflly stayf i1tat hooW Md tMMMto Iwsloess HW MsKfflll wontwM at jy PII t nftrreM I 4 Mt YLvcs wcIos1i IIIattftWaaU tbi cwrnr IiNXMerltt l rDcwti Btt jtMooaal 11sJtUJ1ki 7t AfhJ W- lii U1i e 1trt M keplia1k u I 1 itesI t aI rsr sho was i 1i1 f mtp j sTI a b- eIkr k kmE if r iN I wkiset I kII t r 1ItIt pIJrII If i 1 rf J OUR BRAINS ARE DOUBLE J IM Only 9s e Them Is tIhli ThWc Withi i Mn Hpnlrot brain kM a jwlr of eyes and a pa meSDt William Hanna jHtubeI I IB JBterybody8 But Jfsiinuiix only one of our nwd to think with He Wba We come Into this world weI have m pair of quite thoughtless brains a1ld nothing mOreS To become Intelllj est beings we must acquire a whole boat ot mental faculties and endow eabe act one of which does a beiaf bring with him at birth humanI as ever born speaking English nor aRt other language No newly born abe know anything by sight nor by ay ether sense Every kind of knowl lIto be gained by personal edu atio But only recently have we ead that tills education necessitates tbe creation of a local anatomical eiuiBge la brain matter to make it the Ispeclai seat for that accomplishment Thus ao one can become a skilled ylo player until by long fashioning he has at last made a violin playing place kte cerebruih But all this brain fashioning takes muck time and trouble that for mere economy of labor as one hemi- sPhere will do all that Is necessary he individual spends his efforts on- one bf them only As both hem spheres are equally good for this puts pose which of the two he will educate depeuds on which one he begins with This is settled for him when as a child be begins all his training by the hand that he then most easily uses hence It Is that all the speech centers and all the knowing and placesare to be found only lIiiedpcntedI hemisphere of the right handed Bad in the right hemisphere of the left hand ft Thl Landladys Mistake On br first night af the seaside iodglBfft tbe visitor found It IncredUl ble it Memei for the andlady bad appeared HAt cleanly cautious body But as the lady visitor knew little of her iaadlady and nothing of her prodii ecessor in tke apartment she decided tmention the matter at breakfast I found something in my bedroom she began and the landlady interrupted Then yoa must havebrougbt It with youlIa quite sure didnt sfcid the visitor for coasted all mle be fore I left hone Hut if you insist tkatp this sovereign la mia elCHnetLoadoa Ckrn4all aiievva n5riRerrswMadge This watch has been8l0pped- tor two or three days Bie see It Them is JeWelerLemJ l witk It except that It has not beessound Mudge I thought maybe thatswas ltI rememher you told me to iad it up just before I went to bed ad I Itavept been tf bed for three Y1gMillSUIWWyJ ApuplJ In a school near Chatham New York city thus defined h word spineIA spine is n long mber bone Your head sets OIL one a nd and you set on the tlacotfs Magazine otherLlpjj jjWhene water why didnt you help to get trily Fear snadara you mu jt know daat nothing Ive ever done has pleased tl11dy IIJIIrl ef Its CdavlctB I Convicts of Illinois are assisting In herunfidug stone crushers that have recently een Installed at both the Joilet and IIChesterl gton special to the New York Even g World At the former the output about 400 cubic yards per day fihlIn pven of the largest cars It is pla blhrentyearsbard roads wlY bDgiven all they want of this crusheS ck frey the only expense being thatw the irsltbt from the penitentiary tUio desOBEHlon Illinois Is said to po t ess mow tvlles of poor highway than ny olbst ate In the west The s40v hlghvray commission bar new taMtt np tIle iinestlon of conj leUftgrarldOB cMntles of the state l TIle Iret plan is to thoroughly tileS he toed to drain oft all wnterII dirt Is then brought to a cone ID b center and thoroughly rolled Three layers of crushed stoue of varying 118 follow each befng rolled In turn The rcHHl te theo declared completeds TRIPLE EXTRACT l rocess by Which the Odor of Flowers IFJmanufacture ott perfumes affe always i gathered at nightfall or quite early in the morning when the dew is upon them Before they are gathered how ever receptacles are prepared fdr them I the shape of large frames over hich are stretched cotton cloths well t saturated with olive oil or almond oil hecut flowers are brought loand are jhIckly spread on n frame Then an other frame is fitted over it and that turn is wts spread with flowers Then a third frame is fitted Over thet second spread of flowers and thus the ork goes on until a huge pile of flowerS Is prepared This flower heap Is left for two t t the end of which time till dnysttre removed from the males laged by jvsh ones Tin ned and emptied every two days tin til two weoUs have passed Then the loths are detached from the rrnuuI and placed under great pressure and ll the oil In pressed out of them The oil thus obtained is heavily charged a ith the fragrance of the flowers nnd JtlSmixed with double Its weight of very pure rectified spirit hud put Inn called a dIgester which ircimply a porcelain or block tin kettlet hat fits In another Tcettle When incthe Is Iitngl t In this vessel the mixture of oil and plrits digests1 for three or four daysw JsSdethe Mine quantity of fragranrolljmjV ftoe digesting HS JsrtpentCfl Aft fiec spirit Is found to have taken up enough t Ibe perfume and It Is then decanted j from the oil for the third und last titne- througha f tube one cud of which Is jHtei with cotton wool to serve nsn flittr The thud thus prepared Is call FIl1liti4iifOriOtbSsrman ProverbV iLUNn Hi fW DISCOVERY I i ff1 iwfJy Situ Till CNd PISOS Couched Continually sweN TE5TbIy finD by Mrs Mary in tho Superior Court at Cincinnati iI coughed continu ally for six months lungs very sorehad constant pain in my chestandwas much emaciated could find no relief After myfirstbottle PISOlSCURE my health began to improve and soon grew strong and fat testimonyfrom convinced the Court and secured for us a perma nent in junction against a worthless imitations For centuryFios Jieving the most obstinate coughs and colds of both bronchial and pulmon ary nature Give It a fair trial seC ttwttleHreyea CURE II A NEW TUBER Crisp and Pleasant In Taste Stachys Meets With Favor This vegetable knowh to the bota ulsts as Stachys sieboldi has been ln roduced into America from Japan ani has a number of different names suci- s Japanese potato Chinese artichoke chorogi etc but the name stncbys seems to have been adopted as the Common one In this country The lant is a small perennial belonging he n mint family and produces just below the ground a multitude of small hite crisp edible tubers arylng from InJplrdi sprIngs which givI lliem a cork appearance Easy of Cultivation Stachys has been tested at the New ork Cornell and a number of the other agricultural experiment stations arid proved so easy of cultivation and pleasant inj taste the flavor resembling artichokes that the vegetable has made many friends and is now procurable t the markets Inmost of our larger InjI ears when they are exposejd to the hey should be stored in s ind or alrI dust They are ready for use he plant dies down in t ie autumn though they may be ea fly carried over the wjnter and are r repared for the table like potatoes gr o her vegeta los or may be eaten raw ie radishes n an average stachys has the follow percentage com osltlo a 7SG pe ent water 27 per cent protein 01 per cent fat 174 per cent Jtotal carbo ydratei 07 per cent being crude ber and 1J2 per cent ash Like the other roots and tubers which have eeu spoken of the stachys Is characterized byn high water content andI carbohydrates constitute the principal nutritive material According to some authorities Inulin is present In stachys jr place of starch while others state specialcitrbobydral gestion experiment with stachys wa ade some years ago In Japan and It was found that the carbohydrates ere about as thoroughly digested as those of potatoes 93 per cent being re allied by the bodylc F tungwor thy Jj Cleaning Chiffon To wash and restore chiffon the length Is folded and soaked In a soap lather and the hand occasionally drawn doWn It while it remains therein It is lso patted between the palms of the hands until clean then removed and pressed between the hinds In order to squeeze out the soap rinsed in plenty of clean water and pressed as before this time to extract nil the water houll t never be wrung but folded flatly between thick cloths and pass ed tinder a wringing machine when it should be ironedimmedlately Baked Toast Cut the crust from the bread sllci pipItpudding dish putting a few bits off butter and a little salt ojLeach slice When the dish Is packed full of the toast pour over It scalding milk to which add a little cream if you have any to spare Fill the dish to the brim with the milk then cover closely and set In the oven to bake for twenty mln utes The toast should be tender nit through nild absorb most of the milk Turpentine For Coughs Turpentine cures codghlng Inhnlo turpentine as much as possible Att night saturate a folded handkerchief with turpentine and pin to the pillow Place another handkerchief under each trIO and saturate the comfort in places with the upper sheet between to avoid the turpentine burning the flesh A flannel cloth greased with turpentine and lard laid on the sheet often effect n Immediate cure Muck Seed Catcher Horace Focel says that Manager ionnle Mack of the Philadelphia Alherl anr1thingon the faIrhatsomehow he cannot discover onO It as the general Impression that hit about as well as most catchers and moreover that his hits were generally very timely 10 dif culty in finding good backstops is not- onfined to Mack Collins of Boston ias had the same trouble and Crlger ill stands In a class by himself The CiMclxBatl Clubs ChaBKe The Cincinnati club has made these evert important changes Pitcher ZJnihot sold tp St Louis Pitcher Gus orner traded to Boston for Fraser Pitcher Harper traded to Chicago forihird Baseman Lobert Negotiations ire on for Out Fielder Dougherty of wYorkand First Baseman Carr k- iiti for early release Sia SELECTED HIS OWN GRAVE Dead Shot Bill Founi the MarsHal Was Net to I Huffed When Dead Shot Bill rode Into Hays City one day In the early seventies with his hat pulled down over his eyes and a bard look around his month those who knew him Raid that he for blood He had not bndeomeI hind come to have an Understanding- with Dave Mills who bad lately been appointed city marshal Bill sat on big horse in front of the Star saloon until Dave came along and when they had sainted each other and shaken hands be said Dave whnt ajbojit this city marshal business Im goln to keep order was the reply No more shostin up the tewnuNo more willIJ You are a good man but you Jess cant do It Im conilri in tomorrow to capture the town Dont try it on uillL But 1 shall DayHcv you got a asIhour Whats wanted Cqmeover to the graveyard Bill and select your last restin place Its flllln up purty spotsIBoot bill the three acre sppt set aside for the dead anti as Dill got off bl horse pave waved his hand and said Take yet pick and Ill put a Chiny man at work dlggln the grave Bill walked over the ground and finally selected a sunny spot on the south side of a knoll and said it woulo do The city marshal called to aCid namnn who was passing and ordered- I him to get a shovel and dig a hole and then be turned to Bill with Waal at what time tomorrer kin I expect you About noon Dave Sure to come Dead sure t never disappoint an audience you knowas1b11 be ready Goodby Bill So long Dave AT U55 oclock next dny Dead Shot Bill came Into Hays City with a whoop and a yell his broncho on a dead run ndagun In either hand At 1205 he was lying dead In front of the Wljd West saloon and at1245 the Inquest oCCOlpylng the grave be had selected The 11city marshal had downed him and the verdict of tbe Jury was We are kinder sorry for the deceased but It was all right and according to Hoyle Denver Field anti Famj THE PERFECT LIKENESS t A Snuffbox a Portrait and a Sur prtitd Monarch kIt Is relaltil of Frederick IL kIngS of Prussia jtliat he one day made n pres ent of a golden snuffbox to one itf his counts When the latter opened the Hd he found jthe picture of ab ass painted upon the underside of ft Though he scarcely relished the kings joke he said nothing at the tlmp but ns soon us he quitted the kings pres ence he sent one of his valets with the snuffbox to the city and gave hjm In structions that the picture of tIle ass was to be pil 1ed ot and a pbrtrait of the king put In its place A few days later a distinguished company dfiol wIth the kinir The count was Out of the guests ai id after a time be produced his snuffl ox and pretended to examine it with the air ota man who was proud tol ave re ceived such a gift from the klc g The latter wishing to enjoy a Uttle nmus ment at the counts expense r icntlon ed to the Duchess of Brunsw ck that he had made a present of tin box to the count on the preceding day She desired to Inspect It and V ten the box was handed to her she opened the lid and looking inside cried in raptures Perfect The likeness Is charming It Is one of the bsst por traits of you that Ibave ever s nU pJrsouIwith the likeness From one t anoth er the box was passed and testi fied to the excellent resemblanc e which the picture bore to the king T lie king thinking that the ass head as still to be seen on the snuffbox felt exceed tingly embarrassed and scarce y knew what to make of the Incident but at last the snuffbox hnvlng mule the tour bf the table came to hh hands nnd the first glance showed Lim how cleverly the count had anticlpited his little joke and turned it agains him The Music Critic 1At the risk of making this an apology as well asa confession I ve iture to clayhavesic without need of telling th ee rouI dred thousand or more waders whether Carnbbncl had tears Iii voice tyow Mme smnbrICJiBII tea lOOkl ed and apted whether the cc prano was off key the basso doperid ont upon the prompter the conductor lee fast or too stow according to ac JIOWtheaudience was large and appreciative or otherwise and whether Ute music was good bad Indifferent ned whyM In tlcILeft Handed Praise dont seem to hear so many com vllm uts on my last poem said the i poetessa14 on IU HJustratlon You just ouglitto see HI they exclaim It Is so beautiful pntlothefore my pictures and sigh and sat Ohwhat lovely frames you have AHW iort yrsr rtussian Liver Cook n cairo liver until tender chop It finely with some fat pork two ta blespoonfuls of breadcrumbs undo n uueliinto rolls and bake threequarters ol an hour Serve with gra +y t r Cleaning Furniture When the furniture becomes musty and bleared from dampness flue pal ish may be secured by moistening n soft piece of cheesecloth with kerosene then exposing it to the air for n land hours Rub the furniture vIgor- ously To Make Baking Powder Mix well one pound and two ounces of cream of tartar onelialf pound of soda and onethird pound of corn- stArch Sift this at least five time cud put It liue nlr tight boxes or Jars iery notes It is imadvlsable to bathe a child In eRtingsurface away from the digestive or guns and thus Interferes with the plot pesa of digestion A daily nap Is of the greatest service to growing children and If tho habit is once formed the children will not object toit It Is a mistake to glte young children too much meat or to aijpw them to eat pickles pepper or rich sauces Such a diet will impair theirtilcestinn fI I t What is medicine for To cure you if sick you say I but one medicine will not cure every kind of sickness because dlfierent tS medicines act on different parts of the body One medicine goes to fto liver thatHIiUiIdshas ItMrsI years female dUoMML Md ifeo Mii torcewithoutrelief My back and head would hurt rue nd I suffer SIOO1 vthbpI Wine of CarduLand I M liltnow am In good health Sold eyerywbire faStoo 1ritIa 321WR1TEUSALETIER II LuakhoWa Great Hall Conne f fwith the Mohammedan mosque tLucknow India iId the largest roni in the world without columns b ng 102 feet long 54 feet wide and 53 ret high It was built during supplyworksolid m s of concrete of simple form and stil simpler construction In Iti orframework of tim erectlontmold feet in thickness which was then filled with CGI crete The concrete was lowed j out a year to set and dry fnben tbe mold was removed Al though ic building has been standing so Is said to show no signs oflongItIt Nails America has the honor of having inade tie first cut nails toward the lose of the eighteenth century Before that nulls were made by hand niul their m mufactiire was a household In dustry Cut nails are made by ma chinery from plates rolled to the prop 3r wldt and thickness They may bf made tf steel or of malleable Iron Wire ns iby though originally a Freuclt Inveutic nL wOre brought to pei fcfction in tIm United State Iltingtho Butter Only the nest grades of dairy sail shOuld be used for butter It may be added as n brine after washing tha butter This method wastes a good deal of the salt and Is only desirable where a very mildly salted butter is wanted The salt may be sprinkled on the butter while it is yet in the churn then revolve the churn a few times till the butter is partially gathered and allow it to stand If convenient for an hour or two so the salt may become thoroughly dissolved and finish work- Ing either by revolving In the churn or taking it out Bulletin IndlanaSta Hon Best Fertilizers For Fruit In very many cases potash fertilizer have decidedly improved the qualities tt fruits In nearly all cases when ivor the percentage of this element has been raised the change has beet accompanied yan Inotease of sugar mid a decrease of acid Other things being equal the fruit with the largest percentage of sugar will bring the highest price In addition less tfesir Able varieties may be brought up to n higher standard thus giving value to some good quality las hardness ant prolific broiririr Checks as Watt Paper The wall paper In the offices of the Stoller Commission company att1t stockyards exchange In Kansas City represents on outlay of 8000000 n is mad up of canceled checks There Is no check on the wall that represents less than 1000 The llargest is for 830000 It Does The Eusmess Mr E E Chamberlin of Clinton Maine says of Buck lens Arnica Saly It does the business I have used it for chopped handsand it cured them Applied it to an old sore and iit had it without leaving a scar behind 25c at Haydon Rob ertsons drug store Borax In the Laundry The washerwomen of Holland and Belgium so proverbially cle ll1and who get up their linen sjj beautifully white use refined borax as a washing powder Instead of soda in the propor tion of a large handful of borax pow der to about ten gallons of boiling wa ter They save In soap nearly half For laces and cambrics an extra quantity t t the powder Is used nud for any- thIng required to be made extra stiff a strong solution is necessary Borax being a neutral salt does notin the slightest degree injure the texture of the linen Its effect is to soften the hardest water and therefore it should be kept on every toilet table To Remove Medicine Stains Stains made by medicine ai d Ibal nient Are often obstinate to remove in the hands of nn amateur Iodine marks may be removed by washing the spots with strong ammonia until It fades after which wash in tepid water and strong soap Ammonia Is equally good for re moving cod liver oil stains Fullers earth made Irlrn n paste nndtbicklyt- npnlledt the spots will also r move them STho FamiIar t The body of the late Major lintVas cremated Wliat they goln to do with it 4lIhJ widow has him corked np In a fruit jar Says Its the ln ttor the rtmU3jnrsAUanta Coiistitutlon When n girl with an angol food taste marries a tuna with n ginger bread ncomo Itsn sign that site doesnt snow on which slde her bread is but ered Dallas News FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE WILL CURE YOU jj- of J any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medicine Take it at once Do not risk having Brights Dis ease or Diabetes There is nothing gained by delay t SOc and fl 00 Bottles REFUSE UBSTltUTKS RED CROSS DRUG STORE WOLVES SAVEDHIS LIFE Rescued Keeper AUscked by Two Big Grizzly Bears The love of n woJr for u man saved the life of Alfred Hill animal kecper at City park Denver Mr Hill hat gone into the bears den to quiet old Abe niid the one other grizzly In thin closure Both of these giant animals have been extremely ugly during tbcllast several days attacking the other bears without prwvo cation t The animal keeper was unafraid despite the ugly tempers displayed by the grizzlies and braved them anted with no more formidable weapon than a 1YouI your good behavior Sir Hill said tol old Abe pretty much the same as would to a bad boy The grizzly didnt reply in words but be was seen to wag Ills head in his rjiEniND JIM WAS ins pArropui PACK mates direction and othotthem suddenly arose to their hind legs and closed In upon their keeper Hills life was uost worth a penny nt that moment The Instant old Abe and the other grizzly reached him how ever Jim thegrai wolf in the adjoin lug InclQsure came to his rescue Behind Jim was his entire faithful pack In less time than it takes to write auout It old Abe anti his mate were sulrounded byn howling snapping snarling pack bt wolves that kept their bcarshlps so busy that 31r Hill was given ample time to escape You can tell me about wolves not being grateful If you want to said 1 Animal Keeper Hill after he had dos cd the IncloSure gates but Ill stand for the wolves every time It wasnt s6 long ago that I chased old Abe away from the young wolves of wjilchl Old Jim Is the father He must have remembered that incident when he sawme In peril jind the debt he paid was one bf pure gratitude BURGLAR DEMANDS DAMAGES Shot In the Ear Ho Returns tp File Bill of Complaint Because he returned ib the house In which he was shot In the ear when In 1demanddamrtges Provock now finds himself behind bars charged with burglary and larceny After filling n bag with silver nOd other valuables Provock sat down to cntcoldmentsnndother food In theI home of Paul J Beitt 812 Jefferson avenue Cleveland OBcltt returned to find the stranger at his board The butBCltthours later Beitt aroused by a per Blstent rapping at the door faced tile man who had escaped Youve gon to pay me for wound Ing my ear the visitor said Well youve got a nerve saidI Beitt TbVf man ran but Bcltt and a policeman j caught him anti he was llocked up A Squirrel at Church A little red squirrel from all avalla Ible evidence a Methodist undertook attend divlm oerVlccs Interrupted pastor in the ulllst of an eloquent sermon and caunid something ota commotion among the congregation it the Wayne M E church La Philadel phla The squirrel entered through puliitnndIufiled back calmly surveyed Its sur roundings and eyed preacher and conSI gregation as unconcernedly as thjquhl It was an everyday oCcurrence ThefIntrusion disconcerted Pastor Thomp son tQ such an extent that he for n moment or twb lost the thread of his sermon After requesting ont of the members to please Jr that squirrel j out he resumed his discourse l Life Saved by1 Letters The Ute of Constable Charles F jl Stevens of Sari Antonio Tex was t saved by a package of letters carried In his Inner left side pocket Qo had forgotten his BIble The officer went to a store on Prospeof HlU to make ollJarrest when the persou wanted disbj appeared Constable Stevens troeIIs down a road in his lnggyand VUCnI near a clump of bushes was tired ou t1hcj1 lodging In the paperd others penetrat Ing the flesh to some extent icid1h pea Mtm What I ycAr huiband clma lie ter asked Mys Oldcnstns IOhaint lOt any Ho ftiwoyrt algn his tMwflals Just liluhi old ranh ned witbevt any ptJtt1 er C g eesc43rI- tl I- Write todayfor afree copy of nmtft we MwtraM DedcforrwRuI Adlce describe toUr s b aiM ihulce Address La4les Advisory tThe MiikIM Ce1L iTtLouisville IIisBoomin THESE ABOUT LOUISA FACT lt1sdsthsWORifsrmwaoes ptodundcementtobraoiuPllULoliisylYe lIftC1en41oftbelarpitplowfaOtori InMrurbM ifJiULgrendesfpeifcsystem iiithebeinNOWStuetlmeoA STRmOM BUSIKESSCOUEM KY IIInlT OOOoooo OOOOOO 88Th Safest and Quickest Wayto c 8 Tp nsfepI Money 8 iSSis BY Q Log Distance Telephne t 0 Q For Rates apply to Local Manager tr2 Cmnbcrlanfl lelcplonc k Telegraph Coiiup t x INCORPORATED VaGeooOooocoo OO O oo- i Tonsil tisis swelling ond inflo malion rJc the glands at rhe side of Kieloc S1caL1sLiiinert LilimentA For Croup Quincy Sort Throat ChestoLungs Skxirfs Liniment indispensable Jwhen travelling btcaust itis soothinghealing Price 254 50 to enOO DrEorl Sloan Boson MaUSA I f Army N vy Game LA football t amttbnt Is good enougli to hold Yale b to 0 score Is som thuig of team so is one that Harvard to gain only a single touch idown and thatyne the result of tauke alt of which Indicates that ArNny game on Franklin flelc IIPhiladelphia this year ought to be a htmmer e Last years sensational triumph of Annapolis after years of defeatt ret moved the popular impression that thV greater age of the cadets gave them an advantage that deprived the dIes of hopes of victory 11Trotting Mare Dorothy Dombey After being sold to n Berlin horseman for 2000 by her former English own er E A Robinson the little gray trotting mare Dorothy JDombey has just closed a campaign of fifteen contests ItIn whIch her best time whs fqual 214 though she took first money seven time and second money liv ttimes and showed In the money threi times for a gross result 4305 in stakes Her average time was no bet ter than 219 which Is rated a sta trotting performance in Germany Football Notes The University Pennsylvania foot jball players have a 03000 clubhouse on Franklin field and Mike Mrpby allows them many privileges not usualI ly held to be consistent fop training Houser the Indians wonderful kick t erand tuhlha k is one of the Chej enne tribe and went to Carlisle from Oklahoma His ago Js tweutyoneC height five feet eleven weighs 177 pounds Could Surely Bat Some The best hitting uaseball team in the country says an expert would bo made of Orth pitcher Schreck catcher Chase first base iLajoIe see ond base Cobb Crawford and Flick In the outfield all of the American league Wagner shortstop anti Stein tblrd base of the Nations league Army Navy Record j The army and l aty football teams t have plftycd btlmessln 1890 1Jtlllesthe navy two Thq series stands 7 to In the armys favor t fHptilea When nonslitwo cpnt stamp becbu j ne of IeaaiutA two cent stamp ecomet a setttintttmptteryo1r letter i mailed r What Is the difference between anl nntltvn yaitls A fence1 1 By well tnplovlng my second yoii 1 never jogrct my firsthand yen will more thoroughly jnjoy the whole What is it Pasttime i tOnetOnend kerosene hulf and baltapadj freely ur und thctneck pt 1e thb iU care Ow gapes t PtOde iulthM radius of only 6 mibcIn the msngsuojjs factory In the world the limet op Mctarr MERCUL SCHOOL Enroll at this school LOUISVILLE t j m 4 i is S ton the mid of up 7i Qtfssf Mjurss r ITake the number of year ttfiac double the amotnt and Md leto It thre v multiply hy ITS ftddrie N number of your liyingslsiers aM st1l1e by ten add the member of iiMs brothers and eubtract1iO fromlbo result The right figttre will be ttio inumber of Deaths tue aV dte witf to the upraber of lirlDg gkrtsrs aVth left will ishrjw the atuabor of Mtis brothers Try lt anclHe j Table NoV WIllIe boy yQ IM1e sa be here to teaI tlA1ong nrlth auntie ml T e a s4 child you will 1 k A napkins nota handcreHM ruau 11 k that my dearSFor should you VM It thai IfC1 V frovto would be seversS i IDonl Pun meat chunks out et yei a nail throw them tk l rue l t- ahoulil you crave alltHeereMi ctaf tlgulp It from the Nr 51 f ofrAnd Susie girL should bretlMr eer tvso to pass tho cheese v PoDonlhyrl the pepper bpiratMai Mn fto make him sneess h tjusbforo1ti ct destplk s ifingers In the pie or If udO yotCli yien liOh e 4m 5ilJo Willie boy you mint fcaM ad a must Sister Suet j Poe If you should be nmtufcat m s rwtold ioujrhatLll tie Phneaessr I r i What He Hd4 sWi Well George 2 e yes kw It be 1 t ocIock What ksvf yew rJW C tYPlJtsctr r I did burr R tIII be 14C7 f LJ 7w Yittlt9rll QnowTr rt Well what fe JtT t c InlgtJt CIrJMatyt erSTbeM44I 4 Regiit none to givesirM a noavr ratran of nttroyea i teeda t ns Unseed meal aiIauiliMBM tlms 1tinduce the to a sw of f2ithers b fora Ike eoM we catcli them la k kit and oMsWIiM w IC lIII aoaa tad Iu ta IIedIdM ill w L5 ==et I11iz r f Dr SlIIfs RstorativeREDt