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JMMH ifrit iW tkL4 Moiaa JL CWpter UeTr 57 I a ry TsietIty- s M CottK11 Me i eets on cry ktlJ1eea1 axin Tzz MacAEusMee- t ti 10 = Coapsi tiio4Wrds otatrOlt is of E boatI say it li bSS- wUl i rfuMsr iy Tr L = a C sir msii 1Ituto drea == s i t s 3tac Sw tl III 1 r w r w w VJ L I t S=LE n y t INEW mEYOL WISPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY JANUARY L9Q1SVt4 j 1 4 q iiiI iiit Il jiiIiNfi H I j I iI 1I1I1I Uaa a EUUnn lW 11FIUSTY IjDWOTknbIresI fl1workgun sPRIGPIILD DmECmIY BRNGVItD tyiles t4eZiI airWilteref tLIasskWslsber- wl M- 0BeDJohgBdse 1tM1krLl Restitit1nte Jct1i 3zssm7ete TAt3otAesueiL ikrUbYCOUndmtyIhh15t tkk- ddar4aL tCOJ1JtTit jy1eage cicrk-TL BerMZdmee rTPOiulC aerjosfsIsrS aSs4otIsI jIiaGeIKrskL ruTjtJitT ItteontareIMW ysade4era lkC rectry M1THODI8T kuUftlClW1tl QATJIQllIctCl1pJtCH MUMBTTKBIAir Mdiy cast- orUkgivKy cHcHeTerv CHRISTIAN trr1s1 etkSWINIfbstZ Kbdoffor Indigestion slurnte fe PMr 111i 4OQ nE E 1tITOBACCO TALK OULD TAX THE GROWER Developments have come I o rapidly in the tobacco SitUa1 t iMI in ICeMtBcky recently and ttUhe fight between the growers Ioitonesid and the tobacco irttstofl the other has assumed t so Ufl7 ew and startling phases that a fellow finds himself specn t lating as to what will happen next Tje Growers the Burley j of the Society of I 1 1IIOC1aRl seem to bare moved oftbeiroperationstot thet Kee tacky Legislature and tfa se enthusiastic members who 0wetheir slectionto the tight they Jiava mide and the fight they t promise it continue in the inter 1 eat of I tie farmers against the Soullewi Trust seem to be yeingw b each other as to who iill getin the haidest blow in tbhapeof a drastic lawI A niiHQber dr bills have been intraU duc d sir the Legislature this 84ttfSKMi i hich were aimed more w or less di rectly against the trus wjth tb intention of driving that concern out of the state w b Ut tri was a measure intro diced in both housed of the Lez islature last week that goes a step farther than any movement la yetmadf The proposed law 1a leaves r thing to chance Its O pIIin can Tobjacco Co and all other tobacco manufacturing compa nies bull will fix the tobacco grower the farmer so that he a will be c impelled to quit raising tobacco move to another state or else turn his attention tom c other lines of farming in order to make a living The bill pro V idesfo license tax off 5Qan- cacre on every acre of tobacco planted in Kentucky in the year l 1908 The bill is intended to prohibit the grdwingo any toT bcco Kentucky atall this of year am l if it should be enacted hntollw it would effectively do so for n 3 farmer could afford to grow ttobacco under such a han dicap even if the price were to double he present figure This 1but n sample as to what ex tremes the advocates ol fighttt against the tobacco trni will go In aiming at he combcle theyj are str king a blow against the i farmer that will soon put that Individi tai out of business Wet would a uggesfc an ameudment to tbebill before ibis yoted on andi C bat iis that in addition to the tax on the tobacco crop that a Smevery acre or corn and wheat and othert grain grown in the state Then they migbtgo- furtheriand place a license tax sow or mare or Jc msto us that this would be just as reasonable ands j jaione chance of salvation of the j farmers from those enthusiastic j legislators and that lsbehopeE overreachrthat they will if allowed enough I rope hang themselves Ttietocg bacco business with its resultant eviis of night riding barnburn t inK and so- rforth has done ther farming interests more harms greateryt anything occurred in Kentucky inyears The Legislature would be inc be ter business trying to enact J 1jsome Taw to make amendsfor c the damage already done 1 rj Iingi here 0Ii last Saturday was dis appointing to t majority of thfe big drowd which attended Three of the big menof the Amerr cap Society of Equity including President Clarence Lebus wus announced to speak and to te tJe tobacco growerswhat they must do to be saved It seems that lhe ord had gone forthJ tklit the pool in this county was In danger of hreakiHg that of the faithful had someII ready become top lllasties stand audI had pumped th barrier and others here prdpar ing to follow suitFile delega Burq8iyfatarlll and to restore confidence There were thre ofouyfSbt t tI i pecOs made and the growers ire admonished stand firm and the tight would surely be Ip won President Lebus as the star speaker of the meeting Mr S Lebus is a speaker from talk town He cau cover more round and say less than any w body5 He stated that if the rowers of Washington county would only stand firm and keep pooled and sign the agreement not to plant any tobacco in 190S hat they would soon have the an American Tobacco Co oni the run Mr Lebus while insisting on the growers sticking by the i pool and cutting out the crop in s 908 failed to point our how Mr Grower is to make a living for in the meantime He sid that he had a million and a QH half pounds of tobacco Jn the pool and that he oroposed to set wrh the trust for air Hup while anyway Mr Lebus is e understand a very rich man and there are not many tobacco growers in Washington county bQ are financially able to follow his advice nor emulate his exetnple The meeting was or disappointment inasmuch ash he growers failed to1 recdivd ny practical comfort Those jji ho have their twovyars crop rtbeiione years crop tied upv the pool were told to set steady in the boat and all W11J be well Agreements to cut out the cropfor 1908 were passed c mong the crowd andraceived a good many signatures Indeed us the proposition to cut out the- ropior at j this year appears to he eeting with favor The aver age tovbacco grower can readily see that to raise another big rop before the surclus from last year androm 1906 is dis posed will weaken the price thhissupply and demand Many promisenottq w Lv but they don t care to sign yearM anymore agreements In fact they are shy bf signing their names to any more papers B ycitemltftliebodyandrnakesyou ache allover j It esseciill effecis the i test tnca and makes you constipated In9 order to get rid of a cold thorougbty and without delay you should nbt ake anything that would tend to constipate Kennadys taxatlv6 rJandput system it CQntains no opiatesit Is pleasant to take gnd highly recom r endd for children Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store fFoundMrs Mary Hyland widow ofisJames Hyland formerly a- aloon proprietor of Louisville s well as a member of the Fire a lDepartment was found dead in her room above A Lehmenkul Ers grocery l22a West Walnut street yesterday afternoon Then proprietor of the grocery be ame apprehensive on the failure of Mrs Hyland to appear on the- Mfirst floor during the morning and accordingly raised thetran om ovr her door to only gaze l upon her prostrate form lying on the bed Coroner Groves pronounced death due to chronic dBesidespBurckeengine company she is surIII i yivpd by three other William Patrick arid Alex Bircke The bodywas removed to the home of William Hy and 1701 Magazine street j j When the Stomach Heart o Kidney nerves get weak then these organs always fail Dont drug the Stomach orstiinulat the heaat or kIdneys That is simply a makeshift Get prescription knowh to Druggists every whereas Dr Shoops Restorlative The restorative is prepared i l expressly for thgdweak inside nerc jves Strengthen tliese nerves buildI them up with Dr Shobps Kestqrative itablets or liquid and see how quick jlwl relief will come Free sample estJt senton request by Dr Shoop Racing fWis Your heaitji is surdy wortht this in1ple test SO db1 the RedIIcCrossDrfigg Store r sHlpedJ 4 yKentucky L Revolutionary War was the address delivered by Col Ben patHotic1ceiebration the American Revolution which jwjs held Jutbe Girls High streetJ1astIn his address Co ThOng ointed outths part thatthist- ateplayedin the M truggle forL American Independence Bef showed that Kent kys part as not her activity against thel British Government but in staunch defense of the Western frontier Admiral JtC Watson of the United btates Navy delivered address on John Paul JonesC the founder of the American Navy Severall other speakers including Gov WillsoDi were chedu el to make addresses jut for various reasons were un able to take part in the exercises Atmusical program was render t by the Manual Training School orchester ard the Girlst High Scho dl Glee Club George Wilson master of the even ig cer nronieF sp5ke on the subject or Our Society Herald Ml FooDstnsss When attacked bya cough culd or when your throat H rank foolishness tj take any other medicine than Dr King New Discovery v says C O ldridge tof Empire GaeIhave used New Discovery seyen es and I know itisthe best remedy on earth for coughs andtcolds croup and all throat and aJnrifrJ ubject to croup but New Dis very quickly cur s every at tilckltKnown the world over the King ofthrbatand lung remedies Sold under guarantee Haydon Robertson drug stqre 50c and 1 001Trral botle free I Soky Valley I Danceseem to be theorder of edaytMessrs1 WP Merriti arid AE Litspy were in the cit lat eekwithl their tobacco i1fr eritts crop averaged over 11 cents Mr Johnie Chesser sodhjs tobacco to Messrs Hays arid urkh d of Brushgrove at 04- ents arouud Miss Emma Hom n sold her- obaccO to Mr Butler Barlow at cents around in the barn Wo are sorry to say that Mr Lawrence Trent is no better MrsA OAnderson was bur ed Eriday tire 24th Aunt Sallie Baker was bur jed Wednesday the 22d at Hills boro Miss Emma H man sold tw- oathoso C W Hofaian of Springfield at four ceuis IMr Edward Sagracs baby- very sick MrClelHughes of Mo6resville- ended the funeral of flrhs anut- ast Friday at Hillsboro Mr Toe Baker of Card well ia visitirg hisuncle of this com bnity Miss Gertie tiagracy and Misst 8est GoQdlett of udersoof county attnded the dance at r Ed Sagracys las week Mrs Jno Lowisison the sick list Mr Joe S FoatPr movecl to WillisbuVg yesterda4 Mr Walter We1 who has been- own with pneumonia S1m roving II evr body iis done stri2 IIMost in thisrieighborhood Several or the girls of this lneighfaoibooddiuld with Mrs Ella Inman last Sunday f As news is scarce I will close THORNEY BUSH Tfic Pure Fool law Setsretary Wileori sartOl1e of the objects of the laWjis to inform ihe consnmer of the jyeaenco of certain harmful drugs In medicines the i law requires that the amOunt of choloiolorm opium morphine and other iabit forming drags be stated 1on the labelof each bottle The manufacturers of Chamberlinm Cough Remedy have airways claimed that their remedy did nos contain any of these drugs and the truth of this ltimts uow fully proven as nomenj don of thrn is made on the label This remedy Is aflt only one of the afest but the best in uSe for cbUfihs andcplde1 Its value has bee proven beyond question during the many ears it has been Jn genara Use For ale by Haydn Robertson r j f TilE EFFECT l Of Raising No Tobacco In Kentucky Will Be T6 In duce FarniersIn Illii ijnois to Plant t The statement made by the con neoted with the Society of Eq thati t noImeritamonk the farmersof Gen tral and Southern llinoisA it Dietrickt whcis the owner of a farm near Effin ham IlL was dViiitor to the tphacco breaks j est rday and eVinced much in- terestt as to tlie way the weed was marketed u We are allinterested in to bacco out bur way he said and more so since the growers in Kentucky have declared they win raise no crop this year If they do this they will haVe ta pllint corn and the putting1 of 270000 acres that have been used for ttobacco in corn will th durJiintyvijj uisthe same markets j What wade us all the more iinterested Was the receiving of Government statistics showing the protit Jibat could be made out of tobacco as compared with orubYou know we rase more corn out there than any state in the- Qnionbutas a whole we only yrage ahout thirtysix bush elSto the acre The price we have been paid for our crop was aoout 44 cents per bushel so j db can sea that an acre of corn nets us about 16 to the acre Wohaye idthie State 110C aSrcs devoted to tobacco and the yield last year was 800 pounds tto the iiu the farmers realized 9 rtad oporJAill indinthe circular and you can easily see why we are arnestlv considaring the matter We thought at first that it was thft Coagressman from our district that was circulating them but he denied it cfnd we have been un able toflndtke sender Wnat we will dojwill depend in a 1argt measure oh the plans of the ttebacco growers in Kentucky u B th Ohiio and Indiana are a17 so wakening up to tha possibii and1reach year a larger portion of tee Stallps is used for the cnl tiyation of tobacco Indiana had about 35000 acres last yejir and Ohio had nearly 70000 acres tBoth raised 900 pounds to the cre and received about 9 cents per pound for their crop4 The soil 1U Illinois is the same as in tde two sister States and excellentccrop J S Kemper n grader tftim thet Society of Equity from Owen County staged postively yester day that there would be no to becco raised in Kentucky this year unless the trust buys the ttobacco now orhnd uVearein the same position Is a merchant that is loaded up with goods that hecant dispose of We would ba foolishto raise any more with our barnsAjrowd edias they are and no market The landlordsall through Kentucky have signed the agreement and the tenants must obey f rJ move Those that are not in the organization wiifnot raise nyiiher as they hive hid r For UftgI Troubles Ayer Cherry Pectoral certainly cures coughs colds bronchitis consumption And it certainly strengthens weak throats and weak lungs There can be no mistake about this You know it is true And your own doctor will say so The best kind ofa tMtlmoalal II Sold for over sixty yrs e 17 Z OA tCe Ax AlIO iIIr nllers IPILLSI li We have ao Mental W MUA tb fotmulM of all or adJSth4S w Keep the bowels regular wtth Ayers PIlls and thus Hasten rOOVerl theYIknOyi r lto r9G1 rvpta i natttib ne 1 It is very important hd Imfact Iit is absolutely necessary to health that we give relief to the stomach j romp t iTat the first signs of trouble which ate belchiuffs of nausea Itour U 1norvonenessthe stdmah has been mistreated it Is doing too much work and is e mand iriff help from yqu Take something one in a while especially after meals something like Kodol For Dyspejsia and Indigestion It will enajle your ich to do its work properly Tofd by vthe Be4 Cro 8 Drug Store Loafers are Dangerous t =v Did you ever consider how much mach trouble and turmoil in tkp world is stirred up by Ibrfers Do it and you will be surprised Investigate carefully and yu will find ihat nine of the tn fusses and quarrels that you know of in your town or neighborhood were started by loafers who had no business of their ownO attend toamlso got busy with other peoples aWHira Theold Juvenile proverb th t Satan find some mischief still jlor idle hands to do is as true r as gospel There is nor such thing as absolute ideness Activity of some kind is esentiU ltoexistance Men and women have Ic do something and when ithey have no work of their own to occuoy their minds M1pygeJ busy with the affair of others and make tioub e always Bar rodsblirg Democrat t tHIDC liouicrflurcad Lame shoulder is usually caused by rheumatism of the nfuscles and quick j ly yields to a few applications of Chrmbeolains Pain Balm Mrs IttH McE1weeofBoi8towniIew Brun wick writes Having been tsoubledJ for some time with apaln in my left shoulder I decided to give Chamber lain s Pain Balm a trial with there t snIt that I got prompt relief fo abyJ Will Probata rAt special term bf cpunty court presided over Wedrlesday by Esquire T A Beaven thwill andcookicol Qf the late James G Pnillips was probated as pub lished in The Falcon last week MrE N Hundley who was named in tHe will as executors and Messrs 9 DT1J ms and John B Phillips named in the codicil as executors waved their respective rights to qualify as executors on condition the court would appoint Mesrs J AtlS elljrand 0 Rogers t At this lime Miss Bird Phjl lips through her attorney de mantled that she be appointedj and alIQwedtolqua1ifYsf admin iUtjaljor andta sii1ijmotion was inade by Mrs tJusebiar Phillips the widow after which Messrs O D Thomas and John B Pnillips withdrew the waive of their rights under the wil I iflThemotions arid appointed Messrs JA Keily and We Rogers j who qualified as admin strl r I with the will attahedaMJss Bird Phillips tben movedJ tOset aside the above ordenafd that she e appointed adminis DVf3j1ruletland cqit Court was granted Messrs R E Young1 Sr T Grahlltt1Weret the es ateFalcon 1Ahigherbalth i Dr Kings New Life Pillsswrites Jacob Springer of West Franklin Maine Theykctep my stomach liver and bowefe working just right t If these tt pIUS disappoin you ton trial f money will bejrefunded at Hay don Roherlsons drug reii jMoney l I will pay anyone from 5 to 100 for information about per- tsons who desire lifeipsuranCe or who have money to invest in solid 8per cent dividend company jn State full same and town and I will mtfL ipetiali l trip to see parties MES 1Lock1J f Absolutely Pure y atIbvY From Grapes PVthe iozt iithi theJROYALJ 1 i DRIVING The Tobacco Trust Across the Ohio River di W H Biodirett staff corns pondent of the Indianapolis News writing from Guthria Ky says The American To bany which is the tobacco trust vJined opti ns on 45000 cres of land and is negotiating for much more than that Be fore it is done itwill probably get 100000 acres It has employed prujtieaItoccoiarmera aDd It iis experimenting with the soil Qf Indiana to ascertain whether tobacco caft besuccess fully raised in the Hoosier State nd iit can be Indiana will lbe one of the greatest tobacco States in the Union In Indiana about 8006 acres of land i ialready used in the tobacco cul tare While bme tobacco iis raised b most of the Indiana counties the greater part is grown in the counties of Brown l ClarK Dearborn Dubois Payette Green Haniisia Stvitzerhpi and Was rick The Amaricah Tobacco is afcer land in Switzer land Dearbon Qho Warrick and Jefferson It hasnow great w rbouses in in Warrick s Spen cer and Ohio COUB ties Indiana at present raises about 7000000 pounds of tobacco a year The biggest tobacco market in the world is tUjiiisville an it 7s possible tbt even If the plans oli the tobacco trust are carriediOutV Louisville wil remain the great1 markef although the plan of tht company contemplates makinr markets at Evansville Law t rencebur and Cincinnati rKodol fo dysp oSta and ihdigcstiot the result of scientific combina ion of hataral digestan with veg table acids and contains the same juices fonnd in a healthy stomach It is tbeistremeclg ktiown today for dyspepsia indigestion and aUt trouble Irma a disordered stomach pleasanttire Red Cross Drnff Store Night Riders Used Whip f 7 vPawson Springs KCultsii nation came to the tobacc troubles of this county wh John Reach ian prize and buyer was taken frem his room in the Arcadia Hotel shortly aI rmldDigbtr this morning and whippedi Vith S The riders all masked and numbering about forty Jjhpt through the corridors of the 6otel before they located Heath I88 lundlf1etarid whipped hiirr This they followed with a- lcctuV6 warpIng him that if he boUiIO tmore to ba CQ lie w ztda killed p- nheturn j Several njghj ago thqy wfcfp ped Sart Mause a farMeroU- edi4ct IWla was charglw irth eliiug pooled tpbalcQ tp H klh It sjstaltWU1i IfEr J2 clookwh b the riders npJ I pearfd at the Arcadia Mrs t l SlJSSCtJtt L- I mJ ld It Iii The only baking ptortir J madefr rnRoyar 1 Grape Cream of Tartar a tt1tr rlliRsaNPsfpsb Ui- s If 4 JtHo1 man wIfe d UMT pijW c was present aad gbi MhMni l b9ftightened They s5ri4 ri jthe number fBfshe told them lattj s k J wouldnolgive it tp Vntm TtMr ithreatened her bU41IS avaiL 1throughi and frighteningi the Jew a 0 out of their MJ Di l B IBra her ofKMbwt UK te edo of his re t a bullet baried itself tee l di yJ above his be 4 4 tFinally Hieth MM aM was taken to iiMi I fJ1 where be wW mfn J miDo yos have IKtUI or stitcbW i tW itfe mm t time aoyeef4 all t tfl omt MsbUfea and wHkfMM IMpaj Ifao yovrkkhMY Me SStS1 ITake De Witts JCidatTy arffijPills tk8y bntftliy re itif 1 I J weak beck fai dSsiafldweakkiiseys Setf t3roee DntI Store J2 i I 150fl1rf ii h mR14 t S ro La Pak4 iIN tJOfJd1lJWiil t1 F day nf CvircHiV oriij 4 1 ty and the docket ip J lfor many ye4rs OvifctlblMlM Jawdockethreutosus n8 cisea ared twy setinned from tfie pisu arm hile t6 equity 4oe sflihk of 42 MBOftlinnt ilJippearaBoes sabig s 1MII rill itwo dlyorcciI DcJ LaopMter Ptoam b sled M affidavit 1b csMarks oce in efort tpi sst Judge Tfeiif MWttfrop piu tt the t als of the igainst UM former 1 Eiq1lOriaooa 0u tti that ppw hf cIsJudge with belie sni prejudfct a iQs4i defids bt t with viOIs ol ibo Iila1fwb ia ce1Mr mm HaffM IriMAtfirwad dor is his t I r 7 about OM oclock T1ISbMI Jha4 abloek aad efctift ltl1tlld to it aad wan gotajf firtm y N to ysrdit Mr Hscrtt tfr lftNr hood essa iaq zgia- peg J tike people bf lU14 M ppi rIM OIl d1y M l b9tlM bearing tbp fboll co imIat sdas bdc to townMfldp f rbMi t ACirtTrWy rhaie tor6Iu IaMrfffl irispsptodacs- U 1t R ITJeias ol Lrmellen S a fts etttsT Ecrie- RMI and etgl jp SO cent biftI ZhNI Speotc- bfla ota bUlISSsMek iusl DOti IdIS7sllown- dioej thr4- siop JbIa i aediIcine pkiet of1ame SIBtot at Rajdgft BobtrtMos Irlll MLwtM Dm T t WSLwnAim piip TTKVMDAT mOLDJY iZ1D VISN Jre t 1 11i LliNL1 bsss us is etispe f rIttaIat1N cai ti pl1tiIEt wIst1wrk nc Kt tic7 ri l t r f i iAmlIbIar c V41ts f tbSSIS i IIiJ iJ t n i 3ttJhr I i Nii i 4RLDAT lAJf II 1M8 I t ftJtisa fc pI Rprnta tL t UIi the couity and 4 S I oo idkrmbly exercisf d t iop Md inuitks IGKI JS 4apMitke addre d L 1eRJIwti W 0 Mc I cMd rJriliarrlnEn dK jMMttriM was cjrcalatetl M vW1Ddreceived IF 50Q slfmturei Tb fol oiag aa p1 oftbe pettoIi lotllaoW C McChord 2 Prftpkibrt Ejv thaeu a tllwaarcently JIa iitiia the Lower House fit b i GMrel AMemblj o- fXy knonn a fluse Bill ih hu fojt rpdpi1 i rfmovin rom KwUiwicT the Aisiirican Tobacco L OtMpaay a oo priy which it is aeidrcba from o to 80 iptros to aUo rB rley tob c ooaa4wberM Mother bill has JP tijis ptroJhiMd Into ib Upper j iJkwiehoC the Gtntral Assembly k1 of JCwtacky known as te- r4 8IMMBWNo ting tQ j rk ira heeile tax or 5Q per acre f i mpoa ecH acre of tobacco iin teadil toJM growa by the fir asra rf Kentucky We the un iscsif at i cJUseos aid voters of WasWeffciMi county who are in iUl sjsipalby nth ihe growers c todtoeo and who favor all just r kfMitJtiott ttwit willtdvance the 1aii isi the kbcco growers i1 Jo srEitIy petition you as our BipgNi m tiT in said Assembly bytsggnMde your iinr Jisaue to defeat sM bills anr s41 lbr similar Measures that 14 Jss V e attempted to be passdci b adtMjis kdAitioafcl I burdens to tht tOt real estate iin this i CkiBMboawMltb for the iojlow t k jtMT rssoris That the logics and satural I I Irket for tobacco isio the i 8a prcK111CiDJItandntarest to tboS that grow it Tr1tiit said bills will irrepara k bly cripple toe tobacso growing isAfr ttoiB Kentucky by remov iagoir market to some other t 4 distant State thus dding t 4 aaad4itioeal expense to the growrtorecbit 5 httbefwin destroy a busi 4J m Vin the State ithat gives ems pkiyoitat to many thousand of oir laborers and pnts many tbossrnds of dollars into circu f jVte- A t destructive of property values ifijHTQp rty rights and instead oC glinji relief to the growers tiiey will kavt dded to his bur fEbatsBCh measures if sns tiwi yoor Oourtwi1l but Uyaliaost unbearable burdens t fpoia the citizens of Keetutky 1 actk OMWf indescribable misery and riDCto thousands with I oposfleberifittoanyoneex pt3 fop 1id owners beyond the r f t br aolwr State iJ f it 1 TMtHlt Coffee Substitute ejve- ric Zirik has retemtly been produced by J PirylMff of Bacine Wis You ciiatT 3 fr c tf Mil It twenty or thirty min thtkxii it tuHealthColee is really the K j rr IetCoffee Imitation ever yet pro Aoc i Xot a grain of real Coffee iu- lteitHerf4 Jl jI Sealth Coffee Imitation is i maie from pure toasted cereals or p WlM lt11 malt nuts etc JleallT- f iilaa ex pertwerebeto it 4c 1cr1 wt1I1yl drbilc it ifor Coifee For f eje by Mc1roy k SIiaZier itrr 1J5 jlIQt f1t11 118 JPYtj lihiNil PtrL FKald- t j tBr1I1Yit fj jJ Wtc tytaicd to announce that 1jj + To eysl Ji oe7 aEd Tar for coughs It t i 1 Pd 14IIIC treubks is not affect l f i Ct Xatloiil Pure Fnrd an- Zi+ tt 1ll 1 r ce3Iai14oopIaeiri 4D ft tlwilifitI M1ereco f t i it I kree4y 14R children e4St 80ff 1H ittd Crus v 11cr tf i r k WJlIib rj II i ti I lIi7 L rMr 3Qb tioIda andwife 1iI l jybSrg1are vI1glngtheir l t J Jr L El Wrthn WJtIt 8YJ 9f 1Thdiatiis j ft itb- M U tRrlice Have qfpened my Jewelry Store with a li I No6 Stock of Goods II v W- ii I Watches Clocks ii LJSilverwarer etc 1 J EYES TESTED FREE Opposite Presbyterian Church v i Jas Jul Graves iiI 44ic 444 Mr Lawrence Trentvhp bas been very sick for the last few weeks is getiiigalongi very nice 1y1 Mr Everett Scruggs has jnovexi iinto Dr Hyatts property We are glad to have Mr Scruggs fam ly with os Miss cOra 1J rent is spending a few days wi h her sister in f Springfield DrW W Hyatt has been sick for tho past few days The death visited the honie anWlffanq Mrs Mplatd Derr Jan 15 and CIU child H T He was tuned the following day in the airview cemetery We deeply sympathize with the bereaved ones Weep not for yo loved one for is now free from all pain and isl1ow joying the happiness ihrt God had in reservefor him ACart Thfeisto ceitify that all drug gists are authorized to refund your money if Koleya Honey and Tar Fall to eyoorcough or cold It stops the cough heal the lungs nd prevents serious results from a cold Cures la grippe coughs and prevent pneumonia and consumption Con tain no opiates The genuine is in a yellow paekaffj Refuse substitutes Sold by the Red Cioss Dug Store 0Pratheri Creek Mrs Sid Russell and Sam i Hubert was the pleasant guests o ber mother Mrs Lucy Bolder inkn near Texas Mr and Mrs W R Kimber liD were the guests of the tatters parents Mr Blake Ainold of near Mackvllfe Mrs Ndt Mayes and children were the guest of James Mayes Saturday and Sunday Mr Sam Mayes of Mackville wasTvilh friends rind relative here last weeK Mr Mavps will soon start to Indiana for bis fu ture home C G H Christerson wife and son Leo spent a pleasant day with the family of Mr J S Harmon oJ Jensonton last Mon dayMr G T Mayes was over in Mercer county last Wednesday to see his uucle W Sv Christer son who is nearjog eighty five years of age Mr R L Brady wasin Louis yule last week with his tobacco lMrnd Mrs John Russell have moved 10 their new horn on Long Run- Several from this place attended the tobacco meeting at Springfield Saturday and from whatnve can learn those Peeple i who shipped their pooled tobacco will have a day of reckoning- Mr W R Kimberlin bought the farm of Wm Phillips con taming 73 acres fer 950 DOt Take The Risk When you have a bad cough or old dr not let it drag alobtr until it becomes chronic bronchitis or devel opes into an attack of pneumonia but give it the attention It deserves and get rid of itake Chamberliu Cppgh remedy and ypn are sure of prompt relief Frm a smal begin ing the sale nnd uke of this preper ation has extended to all parts of the United State and many foreign cotntrles Its many remarkable cures for conga and colds have won for it this wide reputation and extenslv use For sale by Hay dou Robertson MOORiSV1LLE Mr Sherwood W ekley and family have returned to Louis yule after spending ft month vtitb relatives here Mr Thos Grigoby and Mrs Nannie Wheekley are on the sick list 8cbool ill begin at Fairview I iI0 i t d h ii Think what a saving it is for you We can offer them for one day ONLY So dont forget the date SATURDAY FEBRUARY 1 1908 I f CASH SPECIALS fOR SATURDAY I ONLY 18 pounds Granulated Sugarfoi u 100 2 boxes P 3 Macaroni v u 15 I 2 boxes Grape Nuts u t 25 1 doz Oranges regBOesizei fT nrilv 20 1 doz nice Cal Lemons fir only 1- 5I 3 packe Dr S bps Heaito Coffee to introduce it 20 I PIESThere are very few of us who do toot like pies of some kind Had you thought how CHEAP and how easily you could have them Well let us show you I IIffe These 1 can White Horse tied Pitted Cherries makes 2pies 25 1 can White Borse Apples wakes from 8 to 4 pies 15 1 cn Sugar Loaf Puto pkn makes 4 pies for 15 1 can Piqxf aVjhes makes romS to 4 pies for15-ii box condensed Mince Meatmakes 2 pies for 10 1 b jx shrcded Cooanu mikes 2 pies for 05 I Forth best results with the above use our IFLOURIIf l 1iJIlJi3LRpY SHADBR Ti 1 i- j tiV Ij J the first iVonday in ll4bruary with Mss Annie Logdon of near Thompson viIe as teacher Mrs Eddleman died at the home of herson Mr Will E dle man last Sunday and was buried TuesdayIwas a lot of tobacco ilThere from Booker last week ooci many have sold their crops at Taylorsville and are de verinsr there Everybody ifc receiving good prices Mr Jeff SmUih and Miss Ardie Wall visited Mrs Ella Pile at Simms last week IMrs Will Sweeney jand chil dren of Woodlawn visited Mrs T U Sweeney Slutfurday and Sunday MrThomas Oder has our cases of pneumonia iu his family They are all getting along nicely at this writing V V jBeedIlandpurchased from Mr Jasl Roy alty t 1iMrs Martha qol riJanof Louisville was called here bj the death of Mrs Eddl man Mr Abb Janes and wife have returned home after a VIsit to Louisville Tony Walt isi visiting his ousins Jeff and John Pile fctj Simms Miss V rna Walls of Tattinin Springs has returned pimA afer a visit to her sister Mrs Stella Yooum Mrs Arthur Mudd and bali of Kansas still continue the guests of her mother Mrs Jasll Settles You can Mtc IifnuF andi rstherious results from a cold by taking Foleya HbneyatdrarIIt stops tee coagh and expels the told from thr system liB it is niildly laxa tire Refuse any bui the genuine in he yellow package Sold bytlie Reid Drtore FAcTS IN fEW LiNES The first cannon was invented in 1330 Egypt has practically been under British gbvc oient Since 1SS3 Pius IX during most of his pontifi elite ate only one egg and a bit of bread for lire kfast nilchairnil Juthis family If he has any Jove left o er for some other person he gen erally selects Mark Twain Persons who have lost their sense of tasteare now recommended by a doe tor to eat foods of variour colors Cer thin colors he says produce the same effect on the brain as do certain fla VOl5SThe bishop of London on one occasion consented to open a bazaar at his residence Fulham palace On arriv lug there the crush was so great he could not at first get Into his own house A customer at a Little Falls N Y restaurant objected to a clam that was being opened for him He was given another In the rejected clam Basis tender Eddie Rlsman found a fifty dollar pearl lt Is estimated that Chile has paid 80000900 fpr foreign coal since 1000 which Is a heavy drain on n country of but Chlje contains 35ooooopeoPI1Yetcoal which is English coals The lois of the big steel schooner Thomas W La wsott leaves ton Bath Me schooner the distinction of being the largest in the worjd She Is the six master Eleanor A Percy 3235 feet long and of 3401 tons gross meas urement The Lawson was about fit tytwo feet longer and about 1800 tons largerIn Itallan army all cava y regi ments are supplied with carrier pi geons which are used for the transmis sion of Information during all their military maneuvers In camp Young cavalry officers go through a course of Instruction on the training of pigeons fdr military purposes at the PignjeraJ college A strange military body Is n troop of cavalry nt St de Moorway a prov thee on the east coast of Africa which jis under the rule of the French gov ernor general at Madagascar These OperatIoncreatures and they move with surpris- Ing rapidity J v The Paris Museum of Decorativo Arts has just received as u present from on official of the chamber of deputies the throne which was made for Napoleons use at the opening of the chambers and which was afterward changed a little in the time of the res toration and subsequently served for Louis XVIII and Charles Xon similar occasions While Professor David Toad the as tronomer was on the top of the Andes nearly three miles above the level of the sea le worked for a time In a great iroil tank about six feet square Into wtilcfi he had air forced ttntil the ntmosplicje within was about the same as that at the level of the sea TluS compartment was lighted by cloctrJcItr nnd was connected with the oqtei1 world ftieIoiihone Tho bronco statue of Schiller by Tier mann Mmfcont whJtU Js to be eiveteNl in Clevelanok by Genuan citizens hue been completed Ji Cerlln The poet ij seated in an alWhalr A Berlin paper Is quoted as rea ttrklng apropos that the German whoNgoea tu Amerlcn be comes an Amerittni In till that thw word implies bUt evUn unto the third generation he Is loyal to German ttoet ry and German song v Albert Vnrt Paine who dbtBan gor Iellt the age of ninct1 Ute was most widely known as the ipHior of the Jaw giving tp the ncHisctr hi crimi nal cases the right to testify In hiS own behalf Tljls Ulw he diaftod Ijalf a century ago aiM after n any Iebtxffs succeeded In having it enActcM by tUe Maine legislature In 18G4 It was tiC first la tl d r v n j = fOlIOW1cdIn Seattles fight against the spread of the plague by rats nu Interesting ex periment was tried recently A rodent was dyed blue and turned loose to find out just how long It could retain Its1 liberty and how far It could without faillnginto one of the travelII of public and private traps set plague distributors The 1weekfrom the point where It was liberated An overhead sewer would be a nov city in towns built on a level surface but to the engineers who labor among the hills and in the valleys of Greater New York It has become a part of the days work There are cases where the main sewer has to go fully sixty feet belijw the surface which renders house connections Impracticable Iu these cases smaller sewers are built above the others going only to the usual depth At intervals these are connected with the main arteries be low Captain Pritchard of the Mauretanla first became a cook on a small Carnar von sailing vessel in his fourteenth year lifter two pnd a half years he entered the maritime service proper and at the end of twelve years was captalti and part owner of a brig In the slate trade He subsequently made voyages In sailing vessels to every part of the globe and after twen tyone years of sea life entered the CuuarU service in 1879 In the intervening twentyeight years be has com mended every Cunarder with the ex ception of the Umbria and the Lusll tanla FOR THE CHILDREN IGame of Teakettle This game may be played by any number of persons one of whom leaves the room while the other ngreo upon a vord with several different meanings or upon two or more word pronounced alike The player who went out now r turns and asks each in turn nques tion The word or words agreed bpo IIimust be Introduced several times In the answer but instead Of sayinp tht word itself teakettle must be substituted If the word is compounded with another or with n prefix or jthe word teakettle must be shnllarl- conpounded Thus suppose the words rain rein reign to be selected The first qUes tlbn may be How do you do The answer Is returned Not very well ft I was out yesterday in the biggest tea kettle of King Edwards teakettle The next may be askeduDo you enjoy Tiding Thai depends on the teakettle and also on whether it is tea kettling or not The player from whose amiwer thr word is guessed becomes questioner in turn leaving tile room while another word is decIded upon A Wheel Game This game may be played by any number though only lour at a time can take part tthe others acting as audi ence until their turns come The four occupy four corners of room or space marked out on a laWn As large a space as possible should be chosen Each player is provided with a wheel or It hoop At a given signal all the players start at onceto trun their wheels No wheel must be drop pen or if it is tat player ceases to be a ponfestant The trundliiig begins a the right and each corner must be vis ited 4nd soon to the starting point of each player He who reaches Ifome first is the prize winher praft r nil have tried he who gets home In the shortest lImo wins the prbte The hur ry and excitement of the four wheels visiting at the same time cause much merriment SSome Oddities Until recently it was supposed the where the ocean Is deepest no organii life cxist dNo light penetrates thereto any great extent and the pressure of the water is terrific Wood for In stance Is compressed to half its size If lowered 3000 fqet But recent sci entific discovery proves that even In those mighty deeps great forests of seaweed cover the bottom of the oceo and reach to the surface In thea strange forests spiders and dreadful wormllke animals of tremendous size exist sea urchins shells and millions of other things It might not be a pleasant forest In which to take a walk It might seem like a night mare but there is no denying the tact that it would be a wonderfulplace real encbautedforest The Age of Niagara Falls It Is strangehow estimates differ as to the age of the Niagara falls Geol ogists have studied the question for years but they do not agree In their conclusions The old notltaTwas that changes in the level of the land aroundl the great lakes produced the Niagara river about 55000 years ago Late- Investigation reduced this estimate t 12000 years a Votfderf ul difference I Then a famous geologist mtde it 35 000 years which In turn was reducedI to 0000 years The most recent estimate Is that of Dr Spencer who thinks that the river Is about 32 years old and the falls 31000 years old At one time thousands of years ago the height of the falls was aboutt 420 feet Beware of the Dog At Essen Germany where Krupp the cannon maker has his great works there is a city ordinance that reads Any boy who shall be bitten by dog shall lie arrested auq lined nIII least 2 marks by the magistrate ti bitten twice by the same dog he sisal be sent the city prison for not less than three tnysSThe Idea Is to give the dog a chance and It is perhaps the only city in the world whurt a stray dog Is not afraid of a straj boy All the dog has do Is to bite him and away goes the boy Must Be Changed The old shying Ap savage as a rat must be changed A Chicago boy caught a large rat and kept him In11 cage for a tiionth and tried sunny ex Iheil cage was so frightened by the fneect that he crouched in a corner and whined nndI ghivQred with arWben a sparrow was iutroducedJto the cage the rat ran round and round until he fell down from exhaustion A Test of Charity religioussectbidden to drink from a vesser that has touched the Jlps ota stronger In spite of this they never refuse a drink of water to a thirsty traveler though they must Jmmediately destroy the cup which he has used i z f jTO6 rD r P tltlhh tG d fifijj Toi jll JiJI vIn order to close outof 1 1 JI OvercOtiLadiesnet 17Il Days at I N CostFort Chfu- i i t and a great many articles at less than ostII x f We rake this great effort in order to reduce Itf tock fifor movln8 Into our new bUlldIDgwhlch will be readyaboutMarch s Remember this saleisorCASH J GRUNDY I M6INTIREji l i t Sheriffs Sale FO TAXBS1 0fBy virtue of taxes due the State of WashIIiinffton for the years indicated I or one of my deputies willl MONDAY onI injscribed below or so much thereof as will satisfy the tax and costs SPRINGFIELD PRECINCT No9 landrlisted at 860 tax and cost378 t T H Nally 47 acres of lland listed atSlOO tax and cost 375 KELLY SHOP NO 11 Dan Mdttingly 20 acres lauuuisted at 8150 tax and cost WS8 S A Smith 27 acreS qt lland listed at 3300 tax and cost S636 Luther R White 2o acres of land listed at 8100 tax and cost 287 SPRINGFIELD N9 8 COLORED Christina Browne 8 ares of land listed at 8150 tax and cosWs269 nSamColeman one acre of land listed at 350 tax and cost 8310 George Murry one acre of land listed at 850 tax and cost 310 Bettle Masons heirs one acre of eland listed at 8100 tax and cost S2QJ Lucy Simms heirs 5 acres of land- t listed at 8100 tax and cost 8204 Majy Pdelen one acre of land listed at 8300 tax and cost 8575 KELLY SHOP NO H COLORED Litsey 60 acres land listed and costs 8865 1Geore J S Osbourne S W C HOw To A aId iupflljiitfe itMost victims of appendicitis are habltuaH cpnstipated Orino Laxa tive Kruit Syrup cures chronic conJ stipation by stimulating ihe liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or grip andI is mild and pleasant to take SoldI 11by the Red Grose Crug Store Refuse substitutes v cr jl f fSvih1g Machine Cushion Take a piece of felt or heavy flannel or a piece of a mans old pants about sx inches wide unit sew on the irpn arm on the top of the sewing machine In this keep enough pins and needles for sewing purposes anti you have no pin trays or pincushions in the way or on the flopr Prevent Furnace Dust If users of hot air furnaces wmtnckf a piece of coarse burlap over the cold rall duct on the outside of the house tthey will be astonished at the a n of dust smoke and soot it wlll ntlout to the ndvantage of walls1 and tars Brush the burlap frequently will need It STo Romavo Sediment To remove the disfiguring sediment which barij water in apt to leave upon china end earthenware pitchers and ijthor vessels in dally use1 put into the vessel a good sized lump of suit and a up of vinegar and let stand for halt a iAyWaBh vrcll with warm water and Iftod soap For Bolted HAm IICiderSauce ot cider flve or six halt a dozen peppercorns twofcloves two teaspoonfuls or- winced orilpns and a tahlespoonf of minced celery and n bit of bay leaf Coojk until reduced onehalf then strain f To Clean Ivory Any kind of ivory may bQ easIly cleaned and its whiteness thoroughly restored by using halt a lemon dipped In salt Rub well the dlccolorcd part af the Ivory anti then wash Immedlate y In warm water WHITE r Cream Vermifuge tJTNEIUWlTEEI WORM h 1tl1 REMEDYt ThE CHNJWEHS FAVORITE i TOIHCjjKWANC r IMITATIftM THI eNVINpscPke BallaI Snow Liniment C I wrLomaMO ttPI Vir i I BID Lake li I A THE iNSURANCE MAN I j t i I youhaveinsurancetoWritcII THE REAL ESTATEMAN I t lI I A list of desirable Washington county farms for saleNo trpuble to- showprojertytd prospective ti ys I Address I J B D LAu S SPRINGFIEL i kY1 j AT THE BEGINNING OF ThE New Year I I 0 I beg tp call attention of the hotjsei keepers of Springfield thefact tIat tI keep on handa first class suA Y Qf fresh meats nd respectfully ask ashares of ycur patronage 4 The Choicest Mjgats Only Beef roast and stacpoI ati ulamb ancioystfers Prom ttni to ordersS t I t Dellii 0a Mnter Ji r = HHH4loHo4 ot oc3l 1 fttneIeht yoir i j t J t i ih Stahstis t ihowthat ifii7f 1Jit m a alone over 200popl CliTi iW4fWconsumption Qt 1 j tfe t Andmostof1thectjil- lt o be living noiir jtf tiey f kad r 1 arilingcoiigh r t 9 YOQkftOw oW qSiftiEmulsion j f1Yt couhOIeold 1 AU DUGGi3T3s AJiY + H4 tO AnlnsIdious Daei L1tOne of the worstfehtnreckidLtc3r- ouble that it fs afc Itf cllbufi ins ase anti Utfjora thc victim reIe may havcassdangrhe fatal zpsl ad Take Foleyf iCJda jX Cure e t first 1iif1nf1rO1bl u ac J or retts irregularitiesl at 1v13righ diieaiand d1ae1QlfthY 11ij E geC roil rated1aJr6 I DrSh9MagkOI 1do1 fi 4i- evas 11t o JtelJ srstosIt IwbatYoiez i 4 km3Iiw4rion Tk pru wi disturbed thc c- bn5Pt4odW by con ttmnal1rccbq7iItelIte to buy tiMe ut M7and l Tar frtt ff QY J t II TlII rwj t H t bR1JJ I BURTON J RDENT bJINTIItT j TEEIW EXTRACTED rrt4urj RAIN 1 j ItiPMP1 4 sPRprGrr1D XY- u 0nua Work StrictlyIi VI JPIntclMI iii IiiAl J Cit1J k Pky u1krgeO- ffio Srig to Q a m 1 to 2pmn Office over Haydoni Dgstor- eLamptofttJjU MDS ta Opera 1IIISiJJ F 8IIIICc S RM sisc438p WtFGRrGSBy TTONEYATLAWI r r 5 JIoiak WFIZLD XY l X B BoBAmrje if W BYATT rJr I W HYATT I M4J SPALDIN6 I otov r Red Croat Druitt SiorLi Office 1tIn Hyatt1030 I to 12 a 4 to 5 p eo 3pald U 1t041Ppmtit J t W W Bityii k4MflM AJD SUtGEQLa t f OJItee over Hvdonk Robert I yjy Phone 1 c fReeideBC i12 i t JOI11YIMAYLS J IlilEiAL BIKETOI j ii8 LIEEISED EHiALHEl TILE PHONE f DAY19JNIGHT74 J JPRIIGFIEUDFKYJ 2r 5 aiS1i R lroiKi Schedulel 3s l li IM W Ira fffact oil the Bard ton e r v A t Springfield branch railroad a 3 1No4410 p Bardgtown Junction r iii plDi Br town 606 tAH Iryprlll htildi 705 ppanh No 32Leves Springfield at J c iilD a m Bardstown 607 am X- Btrdownr i jTtinction 650 am arr1J wr at qonle7 anibf No UIAavec Louisville atav 820am Bardstown Junction t 2 110 aM BardstoWn 1100 mC I ltlaf sftwire at Springfield 1230 pm J No44 LWve Springfield Ii 100 pm 4 Bard tovni 2O pm- rJfr Barditown JuBotion 435 pirn p t L arrjlTf at Louisville 545 pm i Ko 9Qt Saadays o4a1yLeavet t r nSpriilleid t7lB smBardsf i i tow 8i am Barditbwn Junction- S 848 nm j arrivM at Louisville IIaniSJIV No 91t Sundays only Leaves t fr itl Low ilat 6 pm j lird1 town li JwehOD 645 pm BardEtownf lOp 1Il11 arriyei at SpringfieldI 8tS Pm KILL COUCH JM CURRTHE LUNGS ri W1THiarlinls U V tJlew Discovery I L 1 FIRC8 rPBICz Fri 11i i t ANSAthTNROTAND LUMThOULEt AZLRTUD BTI1AOTOZ1 0ZXZTUJVXDJ 3 1 Svpkwr Exiled th Rats 4 i S5Here is at IUialne farmers mode ot i ridding his premises rats and mice you sprinkle sulphur pn your barn- t loojr and through yorcornns you k fJb1er the re will aot be a rat or m4HHe io bother I have done thhI J foe ytfars aftd have never been botherI 4sS iir ed with rate or mice I have some old F orl1nn crib at present and not a tt rat or cnSuse cast be found In slacU- lng hay droats sprinkle on the ground I and a little through each loAd rind my J word fof It rats or mice cant stay there A pound of sulphur will bu aufflcient to preserve a large barn of o jpdVn add Is good for stock and will vnpi c hurt tile com or bread American iJ Cu1UvatorSI 4KF i 4s l Farm Work Therp Is small excuse for being idle on the tarm sajs American Cultivator No ipatter how bad the weather the iinan ivho manages well will always r fJha something for his bands and him V ilf tdo in the barn or the shed tf tile skop and every farm should have a ahofo Thete will Jbe harness to oil ar adders to ntake or mend or aie fi tograd or Kitr to sharpen br a dozen rh tr dne tkIn to doto have tools ant-a MSIlcntitiilJtJ r whistIIngbs1 r GrlllMjj fit J yIaifTippi coughs are dangerous as jIltiff7tJHp Ireqentls develop Into pneil if M11L YeIeys Honey and aTn a JIii tiP y1 stops the cough but heals an s fptreugthsM tellungs so that no ser r f MW reidU Hedbe feared The gekltiae Folhja Honey and Tar cot tain ohxmul drugs and is in yellow package Refuse substitutes I Sold by theRedCoosTJrar fctcre Jirott zth5- I g Ii JOViNS r J1a 4J rPtlf 3 J JI local Happenings of Interest i The Freshest and Latestt j nljM ai =Orchard grrasg send for sale W H L ffchman I 1OR 4i3 yqrldfhjreI boaTs 2 giInci2duthc gilts r 4 h E 10 Wilke1- Fon RNa of rooms over Lamebces grocery waterApply fb T J graves Dont forget the bneAgre4t t weekly event I SKATINCS RINK Friday nigh t r v rAfEN1Jrnmy place tISh gilt OWn ll an have same b- roving y jprpperty and pa ing cosis V T W4Sjrnms I I2- ii Threewills were probated in County3ourb last Monday as fol lows Pailsi PetersJoseph Spal dingvMary A Thompson f i Dot jhuy a new suitef clothes trather tpke your bid oneSj to Ray Bro establishment and have ehemt door to Clerks office Mr John R Barber ibeught a- ne Scotch topped Shpjt ort bull from Glenburn Stdck arm of Stanford Viis weelivj The an- a t mal is fourteen months old and fi ne individualll IbevefOr sale apair gocxl iirlng horse mules d if TJ Montgomery Frederickstovn Ky a t i On account of thet u pesstMrs JF Pettus the Baptist Social whichwas tp bavebeenl held at her home on Jan 31 t has been postponed until Feb Oth Earnest TOng2OfleOf Spfing fields bist boys writes tnathe pleased with Decatnr AHa t erinJlawbutcher shop there aboute5 I Mr and Mrs Conrad Hertleif ave sold their con fectidnert J and grocery business to Miss aiherine and Christopher Hertlein wba will continue tbejj tusinessre lnQyingto their neyjouej n the Lebanon road near town If you are yopryitnxi over aJ ewakstbmacti use Miona and see hpw soon you will be well The Rei Or6ss Drug gu ran eji to refund the Money if Miona is ta cure LQST GoonSIn Springfieid Oil Jan 9th a bundle containing a pair pfmsw shoes a good C at1t slightly worn Wa put into tiuec wrong buggy standing In frOnt of the clerljr office by mistake The tinder will pleaso return Same to Grundy Mdntire 2t W M DERRINGEK Messrs J L Quisenbury and jiF Danhenhold representing1 toe Main Tobacco Warehouse ofj Louisville were here on Mondayr in the interest df that house The Main Stregt House is one 61 he most reliable ipbaccb ware bouses in Louisville It is strict ly independent in 1erlrrespect and is well prepared tQ take care of all shipments of tobaccO eiyi trusted to it- MrsAnthrsonwif of A Oi Anderson the well knpwih fatnT er of the Pleasant Grove heigh borhopd died at her borne biv last Friday The deceased wns 66 years of age ad a most ex cellent Ghrisuan oman Bra maiden name was Hughes sb t being thedaughter of the 1a tAtti James Hugh s She is mourned onlj by her husband sba hit vine p yer bad any children Tn e funerat took place at JPleasfcnt Grove on last SaturaayS It isnt half as hard for rapgti people to find a good dinner as to digest one Use MiorJttft stomach tablets und nevBi JfQ9 indigestion 50c guvfinlieei b the Red Cross Drug Store U I t vj SpeCilIJalefJ r TBURSDAY FRIDAY qqj SATURDAY on table lin d sJ napkins btd l eliitttt9 goods ce 4 itai irJqAj 1a1 These goo JwlH f 91al1i a reduction of 83ilCi 50 per cbaPlieqawill be at regular prices t tntNsiY MCI1TlRll i u t 1 toQIJ1Qjr in ii M srrte t Burns aid Me Morgan OBeatham two well known young people oftbe couthy w eL 1 T raUay fr 1riiit thehtime Q nEr bridi5- aretitnear town Rev 1V F Rogers ficJf the Cbri jan churcby officiating Tb bridge is u daw ghter cilr anti MrV Jl BnD Burns ilimd is qwite popuiir liagtyhfr marrser of Miss ReblcVa MctoJr fb M v Henry WelJs vpft ociujr to day at noon at the home Bf lhe brides parents MV anp Mrs 0 R MbWh rtec The young couple will take the nogn tribln fpr Louisville where they will reside t InTpUllcntiion of the pettiton Directed to Mr H M iss the1 American Tobacco CDS Jiuyer ufgiqg him to return toSpnug field thename of MJ 1 DV Barker Appeared Tnis wOnr- ror Pn the part of our lpe3et- er wh2 hfStoQl the nacieof L alrlr for that ftil tofJD Barker Wo gladly make t1i orrectiot1 as Mrr Barker is strongequitv man anaisay- hatIIe s bactlight publication iputs v 1m in L Edelpn H yes Tul da fmorrlmlt i ttnfne toclock Miss Annie Edelen tvnd- ii Berimah Says were married t sh Rose cthirch The biide was tastefully at tired in a tailored br9Vtn suit- vitl1iat to matt h and crrjed a bouquet of brides rbsps The attendants vvereJMr Tdpmas Fileatpeau ad Mr Benedict Clements The bride is one or Jthe c untys most attractiv youn lladies and v has4ia hostt of friends M- rHaysisason Jf Mi Heoson Hayes of Nelson county and is mployed in Lauisvttje V Mr and Mrs tfHayqiiifcre side in Lou1syiieIl i Marshal1 NeikirkI state Fire Marsliai W F Nehrfrlt of this pIac has Bn i eU upon the duties of InS of fice and sterns liklyrp prove atij efijiciQnfcofllfiei The LouisviLle Heatdj1stweekeonned the following notice about hi- mrot1wingarcent c9r ferpnOtt between thejield wotk rso thE sui ance compaBies of JCen tucky Insurance Commissioner C WBellard StRtR Mre Mrv slut W F Neikirk it was an npunced yeste pay that Marshall NeiVirk Intends to make an ex tensive trip ihronph be tar eV cities f thaEttidorth bin efs of thimethyls ofr Fire Marshal in that section of the co11htryl Th Cqntattince re HuJtedvin machgetiiBtfil discuss ion Vbich is exjpected to fee baneffaial to both the insurance 4nen an i the ojficJals and the 1CtEagent55Were ujuch impress ei with the way ilwliich Mr NTailrlvlr ia tlrirtw blU rif the alairs of his oil1e f t l1Saltt 1ii 0n my pJaajaone half niile tt plsprilti r n Sookor p eronFeh 29 fill sell 4 cgofcdwork horses2 Qdjvs SOW and svttn shoats 1 two horse wagcttii gopd hY Xrams cuilii vator and two plOMS f AU sums uodBf 10 casbi rpver that in Gi acd IP months r MibtlP Sansbnry- r j Stomach dOS ug qatfaot ripacn catarrh germ 4n thejnose Brthtthe Hyon ai ILlid yoa jhit tlT lei right spa i QtJKftjJlttte outfit SIOOmqney bauti notI atiS iatkory Sold bRad Oros- DrugiStote ff1 jJ Jc t Station Eor Sale t T 11Srtuurpos staticfll 5 ypare ofaJ illhanda Ifiig diP dtrgood work h = S 4 gon4 1oul getter tkme S25 if tn n9W For furLher inforntijbn oall on athlreS8 01 W KAY nLIoch Ky ti I SC Kentuclcy Kiiig jp 76448 itTbl fio ecrsenBoli Will staudt the ilerbiain- aiI m ofleffihlIkPrll 0f Spring field atb en rt road at- teeo a t 15O t seturn pjicl age ALOI4F11KTL Death of Mrs Nannie Walkrl er SLatt W dnsiiii evening the 22d Jitist ut780oclocklfrs NanriQ Walter passed away at her home on Grunfly Aye aged 76 years The deceased vas born near MackvUleandvas descen I dant of Robert Mitchell who with the Shipleys and Brown ins of North Oaroina emigrated Kentucky over a b hundred years ago They followed the Wilderness Road and camped I for rest at Grab Orchard wHere toey were surprised by Indians j and Mrs Mitchell was tomajI hawked and died andherdaughI tQr Sar h captiiv I fOiU into slayers to a Frenchman inCnatia Robert Mitchell gradfther of Mrs Nannie Walk er Bearing of liis daughters wharea touls three years later in compaoy with Gen Adair set out onkhorsebaek to recover pos- sessiOn olhdr In an attempt to jni ford a river he was drowned and Gen Adair was forced to give up the quest which was taken up then by Gen Bob Mitchell the father of the subjectof this ketch who went to Canada 1chasedr her Kentucky where she Jater became the wife of John Th mp son and mother of Mitch ell Thompson whose wid waunt Mary Thompson died lltbe s26 b of Dec last vis coma IItwusIroniiuchbri that Mrs P tWalker descended and she bore I the sorrows and disappointments of life with the same undaunted spirichat charactized her fore fathers The deceased was the mother of five children John R bner B Jrfmes G tf Lebanon i Nan ie E and Logan I Walker alkof whom were with her in her astiilnessvMrs Walker vas a member of the Pleasant Grove Presbyterian church and a Christian of the Purest type Tha funerall wash conducted at Pleasatit Grovei church Friday morning at 11h ociockj by the pastor Rev Wh T Overstre A Tribute ii The young may dietheeold must die1 Wliile to the first i death seeuis ari awful mphsler intruding upon ones plans and prospects tq the other if chil dren of God by faith in Jesus Corist is a welcome inessegger1 6aUng avray from tOIs sorrow and paint eternall rest slid jjoy i These rjioughis1 come to mejn connection With the death of ny old friend Mrs Nannie Walker I first met her whsn I was a child apd she a young lJSrfy I ws then impressed with eltt kind symp thi7inp mahner As Iigrew older Ilearde1to ltjve atidadmice her as a true Christ God led her as he lwriysJl dteij His children through the ires qf afllicupn but the heaven w graces only bon e he brighter ir the ordeall Left a wido y r1 with ttye little children to pro ide for one an infant she t raely shouldfred the burden t arid no soldier could nave fought lies battles wjtb more courage than she did It was a touching cene onetliLt i engraved op fray memory of how at the bier of her busbaod she stiod and dedic atad her babe to God in baptism Sh wtnted all her children tp have the seal of the covenent vhe tried to teach them by precept atd example She Ja borid for itheir mainteni ence aiid all the while vasso cherrtrliinlI bright it was re fres iwg to llobk upon her ccyin Vmnnc iAnd when in the latter part of her life continued suffer iug asVer lot be bore it with unmurm ring miiyncO and then God tool her hume She like h Captain of his salvation was litmade perfect through suffering Tp br child en 1 would say dont griv tot mother Think of her as iv sting in one of the iiiuny mP 10 sn which the So ior he prepared waiting and waiciiiig for 1O- U44h14ettert1Ibe uiktbttitUI land Whent tree fcjolin jllsofcrow and 4nyyJ With qgGni4i Ups Amlwitbliarks In our hands To meet on otheragaIn j Tu this end 1ovand serve the God she loved MaketHis hq- 1wordpreciousti you as iiwas to herf and wioh ter lire as anex r wi1l1doti1 bea bipi1flfld fj vlfes E C D JAJJES Sj L yr Whn yoii aYi hetge pe yitte C4i61Ized tcfaijSazel Siiye jts gOOd ltttr tfpr btg cuts bojls1 d bruifees and Is eeiia1y iccam tmejijJj jq if r plies Sold by the iC Cli DruugtOrc J J PILES iCliRnedfate relief Worn J DrShoops Slavic Ointment t e FEFRcrsJAL MrsSF Golson and dan ghter of Paducah Mss Jessie Wolf4rdrind Miss Oliver MeEt royare iguests of Mr and MrsC RMcWhorter Miss M Tgaret Bettis is a victim of la grippe Mrs Louis Rogers Misses Lilly and eU90Simws areon the sick Jist Miss laura Baker who has been at ending school at Bethlehem Ha din county is at home fMr Andrew Cunningham has been confined to his home with la grippe air and Mrs Steve McGill were callt d to Fairfield yester day to the bedside of Mrs Mc Sills father Mr Rapier Hagan ho is very ill Mr and Mrs E B Mayes Jr and Miss Louise McElroy were Louisyille last Friday Miss Hattie Buckman of Campbellsvillej is a4 guestS of Miss Annie Mayes Mr H M Grimdyspent Sun day in Bloomfield Mr Watt OBr an wife anjd son have pneumonia Mrs George Hurst of Louis ville auct Mrs Jennie Thomp son of herePat the bedside ot their mother Mrs Mary A Noe Messrs Will F Simms Bybn asks and Will ONan are in Louisvme baying horses Mr TXS Mates was in Louis ville Tuesday Messrs J Allen Ware W A dlements and A L Litsey were 1 Louisville on busness Tues day Mr and Mrs J f Allen Tare l who htfy been residents of Springfield about four months y n leave the latter part of the week fir Lexington Mr Ware a ben amployed as grader at the Society of Equity wire opse Mr and Mrs Ware avo matte many friends while heue who wIll regret their leav ing r j Miss 1 abel Thompson is i itJins relauioos m inlndinttpolis Ind Miss Bertha Haydon is visiting her sistejr Mrs Thomas Staid tog in Bardstqwri iWilE Greene spent Sunday in Louisville Miss iJell Greene and brother Charles are visiting friends in BardstownV Mrj Will Huston of Maud was n town MonJay attending copin ty court Messrs Ben rlayrlon aria M G Leachnian were in Lbujsville lHSt weekjMessrs Joe Wycoff and Harry rSmitjh of LebanQn spent Sun day with friends here Misses Matilda Browp and Li da Litsey have returned th efr- t nome in Bardstown after a very pleasant visit to Mr 0 R Litr1 sey Miss Susie Penn is at home from Lebanon for a few days t Mr Byron Croake was in Lou isville Friday to sell his fobacccr Mss Mary Tajpmp of Dan Vi visiting hea auvjt Mrs By Crooke et1IS Card of Thanks The daughter and sons of Mrs Nannie Walker desire to express their gratitude and thanks to the friends and neighbors who so kindly Assisted ain caring for their mother and for their sym paihy to us iin our bereavemeit NANNIES WALKER JOHN WALKER JAS C WALKER L M WALKER THE KENNEDYS CHILDREN LAXAWE LIETJt 111 COUGH SYRWV IJ Y t i f f4i44iwI are About April isiJIWe will open in the store rooms on Main street now occupied by Grundy Mcln ire witla line of 44 Iff 4I4tttIfI i Mr Leachman qf our firm having been engaged in the Busmatw in SprinfiMIfor several years is will acquainted witn the needs of the local trade and Wt wH i endeavor to supply those needs Mr Theo Campbell the other bee of firm has been iidentified with the busiuess interests of the towm for is sl ti years and we will endeavor to please the people We will carry a full aad Y 2 plete stQck ofj + House Furniture Carps N Rugs Matresses Etc il J Patronize home industry and gIve us a chance at your btwini4 fP it f y J LEACH IIAN CAMPBELLW i Card of Thanks I desire to thank those kind frjends who rendered aid and comfort to the family during the my4recent illness of rothert Sweeney Hagan C WEIaganj j os TUI Weofler one hundred dollars rewar for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney fc Co Toledo We the undersigned have bnffwh F J Caeney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable fc all business traesactions arid financially able to carry cut aey cbliffacion made by his firm Walding Klnnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists To edo Ohio Halls Oat arr Jute istaKen Intern ally acting directly upon the blood and raucuo18 surfaces of the syteni Testimonaials sent fr ei byaulbruggiSt patton j CUR ED Dear me wife not done yet Why bore It is supper time and you are still iu your morning wrapper saul Mr Williams hi came hone from his work riud found his wife still en tlC 1lbille Yes hut do you not know that Wo uiaua work is ueVer done There is lmbyton Ycs Ella hut do you not know that all jvoinen have so much ta do It rdu Would only hurry the Jeast little tviti you would accomplish nil the work ill a mufch shorter time I could do it all 4in onehalf the time Oh John Well you just go off somewhere nntt See If you dont find things hi ap tile pie order when you come back Thus eudeil the cveniag chat The Tuesday following she received a note saying pear Ella Come Immediately Inm very Ill Your mother 1 FP When John returned from his work and Iud read the note he said Go all means ttw11 attend to the house keeping added he with a conflUent o1r John 1 shall be obliged to leave the baby at home In cash I should not beat home again tomorrow will yjou see that be Is fOO2 Of course Do you think 1 would starve hlm7 The next morning while Mrs W was on her way to her mothers house John was at home introduced into the mysteries of the kitchen About dinner time he went down into the cellar and soon returned with a large bowl of sweet cream After placing this on the table he put ba his hat and coat and sauntered down to the butchers after a steak for dinner In going out he forgot to shut the door after him and on his return home he found five cats lapping the cream he had left on the table Well he said I shall say nothlr of this to Ella but Ill broil the steal nnd that will quite make up for the loss of the cream He then tied one of Ellas aprons around him as he had sean Ella do when she was about to engage in some such kind qf work putt the steak into a frying pan and covered it over with a pot lid fully expecting to find the steak nicely done wbenbo should again rake the lid Alas however the steatoWas burned to n duller 4 That Is strange said John Ellats broiled steak nevec resenibletl thls cer tainly By this time he was quite hungry lie was not quite so boastful as he had been that morning There is at least one thing Ill have for dinner Ill warm up the potatoes lhot are left over toro yesterdays e 11tACARD ToPsEvrboc1ii = ff a 0- l Chris and I have bought the business ot pucVff f brother Conrad Hertlein and win be ready and pleased J0 to waiton all the trade to the best of our ability J0 f Wewill serve regular meals and lunches atal- ttt1times cI Thankine you in advance for yonrkind patronage VJ We are very respectfully 6 KATIE HRfLEINan4Q Ti l 0 aoa I oaoi 415i hJ St I X e5frJtc f n LH Iw i List off a Few of the Many t i84 B fAS s WeareOffenn tf h f SP 4 4r1 vm 1 C Being overstocked in knit ows w elit r 1 i following prices to reduce stock of t x 3 4 k sl 25c 4asciusturs go for156aIIcokn ft 5g gtfor 35c ir ii I Si n h go tor 700tc 1fitt 5t1 Knit Sh iwls go for 96c VUJ t ft 25u K gbfor75cc i1b1 tUctKphlcinsgbforc1 YL i rj3ei cgo for 50c t r 2 5 f fIfIgofor75 It 1 f I u npoi 4 l iA L 1 33S 1c8 U r51OQS fff r U 5for 35c c tf J ri fi c Ghilds Sweaters for 5OcJL lv2tT i fprV75c i j SOcGnilds T qnpsfr3 cr 25e tihilds T3ques for 19c 1 Rememberwe are offerinjfth grim w inducements in Ladies C1oaks8uttts Skirts and Men and Boys Clothing We have a lot of Odds and Ends in I every Department which you emit buyjlat almost your qwn prict f t Special Prices on Table Linens Towels Blacbe4 Cottons Sheetings Embroideries jAnd baces J t m Eierythiuggjin Rouse atjcM PriceS 1 IITTheRobertsQuOlaybrkeCo J L J 1 CoRPcAc Iainner1 So John put n large lump ot lard In the frying prin aad soon after the pota toes The potatoes were soon warm but as he sat down to oat them Ue was surprised at thjelr reasr appearance as well ns nt1uniountbf lard leftin the pan How many tIrnesbe bad wished Ella buck ngaln thatfany to thinking bf toethwiU1d r his dlnfier poor John knew l1Qtwhat to do wJUi himself n The TlnginK of the doorbell arptwed l him andS he forgetting his ridiculous appearance llSlitKlo tho door I have cometo nll on Mrs Wit hams said tbe tedy who rnngthc bell 43Irs Williams is nat in jtieaeut- YiIJtamsJfS4j am be mndamfrV V Y6n taldthe Indv trying in rah to keep trbm laughing t Then poor John suddenly recoljecfc lag ills ridlculows appAinince fe Jt ready to die of statue ThOm wns ho help for it hpwever He invited thc lailjr Into the cfosg front parloir bUntet111tcakbml Scarcp knoiiviiig wiL4he fas doing he t eSftt tnd she sat It but Into th leilfhcrgt tiot knowlngTvbatt to do or any la the midst of these troubles Ute baby began tory tfnd John n6w ttrrifled beyond eycrythlng rushed it tie othpr room ittontally resplvl c that if Ella did not come ooolw would put an end t6 tliuso trials The lady In the front room kept veryr quiet She thought she heard soione crying She listened ItSvaji Joinsi r ia was talking t hlmnq1f lie snM Oh dear Ella come backup tne agaJi 1ln dfOrttIVIlncnUllYQ shall nef r I licnr me1 boast ttlnftl 1 liepieol lady In th4froatroeIrppewqt her wlir heroid btack4iS and Jierclrcss niiulIn Mv ty ments his Ella forit wasislne S I before him f O1I1I1 Oli Ella forgive Qltt were i l t IttrtRQn retovoriwit frQftilii9StIriri5et t Sh orgaw Ittflin4ttlon toin4miIni4iow- r rl t 11110 uns1iIrnu1 li Jr jt Vr qt il t Lt ww Fik rot1 t e M ir TH raoslc IGYWa St ue ttM lay aIaiJ tIdfeat be wants M tmly to w iMlc jtitoselft bitbwaathsnJoy-BeIt wantitotJWa 4pr JoT It mod to that eai h wffl wit et hte own poektt fefc t1 a the spirit of fptfefetfaii tM heal or civic prtgr tD7 sNtItato tht proeea of BMklnr w tklf knot ttiMtl Welt Dstu1timfi Jl tM 1 4I 1di- rects Iad ALpeU a mu- ku life JD 4 tw Is esd to thk cvri ctie Ai thi- Laeinktaiiy i I U hr flit uJbored fseeg ose WbiW sle- t tl e eatertItmI Wat tar Atlantic TtM Uind f itt y safi with bias TQ tM 1a ft tlh a1 Where tMT pus IJ sss axo blue Where talk is MM lav Where o estih 1Il1o itAsd all tIiia f You WMi a Mail t EButrwtnyM I Ute suIircrx- u 1R4 ft lpjI4L eaM- JllhMrOt W 11w 4k- iwch a p iibdd pad kJWt t 7 =l y 04 vfll be Max I4 79M Iplaft wtti ku Mfftac tile eon trt1o ill ortUr f r Wwa IIIIt saw Lptta at CMvvIpad u4 IS prs wtt r YIdIir M r far dowm tIII rtfet Mat fir ax prtSd wi wChMa7 Li1D5iit fI tM Cbico kid14 7 b ast = i WL4Ul t lw111 tbCbsatMIVVdivt =era IejQSbe VU1 n 55 ateag to I fJiI e ftlot rof t Ii rVt J 1 litSi5 i LUL L c maceI rI f t t5v ri tIt fif fN WS hom JftJCie 1zP ii wpmiDMidJ stho c 16 Ky di 1tJiettet will rattttT a1mos t any MS KMMf tnmfaie if taker biA the aIs of Bright Jat 4tf ktbt such qiir U ae kin th- I We i4s MqdjjMire to fiu at1IiKh- lJr I riatioit n mitnj OV w er HerS ii tks is Ji try J i ptIvam Dde1oi a Wf Ooaapoa1ar OOI S Oip4ad 8ru- rbxliI t ounee take a LjI aPftr sa4nIea Irqphete i iiWs T I 5ubs UM ars ill fca rmapd ad M by bskin Ms a fbot hiamixtuft i pscliLr healing and sooth niuflis poa = entire Kt- dndUrloary ruci and fjestbe wnrst formsII ill fa jaOltitle 1iIi uixwteisia to van IOcM1 dwprdera and ths 1Ui4nbl forcIng Ki4as7t k filter and strain frIijatDa J blood and system altc difoal ctecocapowKJ cMr4 1atICuL Try it if you arqnt tu Save Ute pre criptioD I i ktk NfcMCfrotll ay causei krjtafckry 8tOfPfilyDr Snoops Cci dwreAcUt is othorou h1j juuakM Md part that Pr Shpop Uefe Miters eYerywhererto giveit to gfrfjt Tritfceut Imitation even to I1f babeL The wholesome 1tvtud ieJt stems of albIIt aoiihainous shrub fur Mi tfcft curative properties to Dr gfcco Cmk Cure It calms the Bag TTJ v eal the sore and sehsi tjStlw a1brue No opiumg tthtornfnm aethisf1 harsh used to pprILmplyr u ftartextract that helps to heal 4Tltespaiiiards call this j n wt ttte Doctor lSeSuTh ilEcr Jferfc1 Always demand Dr jliViyit Coofk Cure Red Cross we MIlle sJa Active fAbMsrs Mick ndIH Miller dOi Ote k old three cat I iili of tem imAtlaoU prjce- sjuimi al 116 to f85 1irrJfOJX ckKUl r sold om 4 ia t iOl three jfaY old mules t 1kt be fed himelf1at 14ii jQel4t tb bihe t price paid t icr thriyerOd mul stAtItMajIv IiO4itO that datI jiwi te top price this season fo 1 Kiitob county mules of that agegt t Mr Jutes Hayden of Coxs OplMk gotd e load of mules ir Atm te at am average p l eoftIS75Opsrhad IJ tfilkiwoa Bios of Basdgt i Jf iowaBo it void one load oft thieyarO1d mules at pablif l 0 in Bioomlfcld list Thursday at aR YrMa of 131 50 per 1IMrIX g1bkCampbellofPulaS feu TMB purchased of yrions psrtii 1U1OOtIo y a load ol K M at prioe ranging from fliOiQ 11250 per head the iM lMiiprioM being paid to Me t MkTcker ot Bloomfielo 1 jHiirtt BrOIl of Coxa Cree- kiKl4tloId of mules in Atlanta at aeace of 145 per head Ha j i r klj i Ii Uewwan has intra iapiiiVfrirl n the upper house i fri kfort for the better pro bsiit the State prea in libel I 1 MNi t Meh abould by all means rtQtiVijlir faybrable consider aitofp both boiiMs and become i1w QoM 0Ohi PrQiSionfI IWbsre wppoaed injury isi 4oiMi by a publication through j ikii boHt error rndthe v JiyV iterward BHtkes a retrac 2 ftraol pthe plaintifff ffiferirti froca recpyeripy punt t t1la prghave IPWt beefted OP unjost Jtf co ipt4ted to vs MlMr ttuvyomd aaaiicious articit kfaia VM Yer inteaded by I pofetibfr to e so construe tt J a ttiMtor Newman bill itf yHl afford the relief t ir glrilk Ad7oce HAI wayiwithyoiya ihe NMrairi cera to UM 0fferfry Hot wbn l breatbe Hyom i 5 replied Use oDe who know Moaey baek U Hyom i fal it care catarrh1 fjiyg Bed Cros Drug Store FOLEYSr iL iI HOHEYwTAR The original j LAXATIVE Hugh remedyt lungkoabkLGe4foceverybody Sold everywhere TIM jfnulnFOLEyS HONEY and TAR is iY Uow package ReflotHauba tatfPrp r l Miy by i Fotoy L Company Chfoag RED CROSS DRUG STORE WASHINGTON LETTER tCongresso pay the claim of John L Smith meyer and Paul J Pelz the jirchitecls who us they allege and as the coutt of clalina has found were never prop erly paid for preparing the plans of t the library of congresSsFor years these architects have been hammering at the doors of congress endeavoring to get that body to allow what they de rn just payment for serv ices in designing whatproved to be the lest public building in Washington aad as many believe In the United States Congress however turns a leaf ear to them though the court of claims June 8 1Q05 decided there was balance due the claimants of 103 304 a previous judgment havlng glv jn them 48000 The Library Architects J hnL Smlthmeyer was the real irchltect of the library of congress It was thirty years ago that a joint select committee was named by con ress to undertake to provide enlarged accommodations for the library of con fess and from this came comp tI ions that result d In 1SSG in congress selecting the Smlthineyeriplans When he and his partner put up ongress their bill for what had been lone this bill being made out hi ac- ordanee with the schedule of the- merIcan Institute of Architects it was not paid Smlthmeyer was em ployed for about two years as arclil tect of construction on the library building and Pelz as assistant the for per at 5000 ii year and the latter at 3000 In 1888 they were let out of this service and In 1890 went befor the court of claims It required sixteen years to get a de- cisIon of the court of claims such as the claimants thought anywhere just and this decision is the basis of the allowance they are asking from this ses sion of congress Senator Stones Check Senator Stone of Missouri has re cently been the victim of the photo phlc nuisance in Washington buthle certainly has managed to get sven The capital swarms with phoaographers who use every known wile o get public men and prominent vlsI tors to drop around to their studios md have their pictures took Sena or Stone fell for this game Inno ently a short time ago He had his ilcture taken and was much pleas d with it until he received one diy a b111Ii or10 cTheey but finally he got Qut his check ook and dret a check as fonowsI IPay to the order of Jones Jackson fotografter 16 And the picture inan had to indorse the check that ItdidIt Members of the senate and hou- hrointhe same states frequently workf n close harmony When a senator nJtroduces a bill of interest to the com monwealth the representative fromI state will put the same bill IntoI the house hopper Often the senator i wlU send a copy of his bill over to the other end of the capitol and the conirossman will scratch out the telltale marks and put It in as his own But there is some danger in this practice The other day Senator Hopkins in troduced a bill He sent a copy to Representative Mann of Illinois Mr Mann hastily scratched out the senaj ors name and Inserted his own but unfortunately forgot to obliterate teIother details hence the bill went In headed In the senate of the UnitedI States a bill by M Mann of Illinois The error was caught in the file room by a clerk Surfeit of Pie and MilkISenator Cranes favorite luncheon n Is pie and milk according to the senate restaurant waiters and the amount he sometimes eats Is a puzzle to them A man In search of the senator said to One of the waiters todayYes out I got him a piece of piejnd a glass of milk sah replied the waiter Whats duU Inquired another wait er just passing Senator Crane was t in heah an hour ago Jusgot a piece of pie and glass of milk as usual sah While this waiter was speaking a third Japprbached Who you all talk Ing abonUhe asked Senator Crate Is In dar now Is got his ordnr for piece of pie and a glass of milk right heabrTo settle the argument the doors of the senators room in the restaurant were swung open and there sat Sena tor Crane talking with friends IThefactwafot that Senator Crane had saIcbusettsquaff of milk Secretary Wilsons Cigars ISecretary of Agriculture Wilson Is like unto the patriotic ladles of colo nial days He taboos certain goods of foreign make or the home article especially cigars He knows a good weed eveu before tImatch Is ap plied to ft and he keenly enjoys tilt lag back in his chair and looking out over the forested mall as the arjbmatlc moke curls to the ceiling His soil experts some years ago dis covered that there was dirt In South Carolina which nnaIY2ffuin the cliem teal laboratory Identically with the 4Irt from the famous vueltn region of Ctiba The secretary was thorosshly familiar with the good qualities of TJHeita tobacco and he brought It about that some Can tobacco plants were nised ori the South Carolinn 6lUvTJie tobacco has been made Jnfo cigars and li5esecretary rep Jl box fn the re jtseee of iU big xlcsk CARL SCHOFIELP 4 fli eperfds upon tile pllla you take lewttt Little Ear ly Risers are the etpkIlt known for constipation i ndtlclt headache Sold bj the Red CrrpJ Stpc rww A New Cassie Chadwick Woman Fowd Poisoned In New York Apartment Had Many Names and Posed as Friend of Great Personages SihoSayTheyKnewHerNot FacIng the prospect of Imprisonment for contempt of court process servers and angry bill collectors crowding in upon her from every direction bereft of her liveried ervants and literally at the end of her rope a beautiful wo Kan who called herself Mrs John Van Ness Roberts and Mrs but CathzIneh Stuyvesant Roberts w to have been none other than Louise jVermeule alleged shoplifter died of poisoning In her elegant apartments at 227 Riverside drive New York For several months she had been behind in her rent it is said and toward the last she was afraid to ven tre out on account of duns and proc 55 servers Considerable mystery surrounds the circumstances of the Womans death She had been ill for some time of a byIstrychnine tablets Belle Ken nedy the maid the oIily one of the womans retinue of servants left in her SHE AFRAID OUT BECAUSE OF SERVERS mplo told the coroner she had seen er mistress take as many as six of the strychnine pellets at onetime physicians said this might for her death After funeral services at the Chur hot the Holy Name the dead womans body was to Long Island City The stories told by the womans Mends and acquaintances reveal her 18 a Vorthy rival of Cassie Chadwick Colonel Robert J HaIrs who was fpr Louise Vermeule when she was arrested tried and acquitted on account of her extensive operations among dry goods merchants In New York city in 1897 saIdISome time after Abe acquittal of the Vermeule woman I met her on the street and she told me she was pass- Ing under the name of Mrs John Van Roberts and Mrs Catharine Stuyvesant Roberts Both names were purely fictitious nor had the woman tar as I ever knew the slightest relationship to the Stuyvesants Her maiden name was Mabel Tlnley She was born in Philadelphia and became the wife of Richard W Roelofs Her son by Roelofs Is now with his father n Cripple Creek Colo Mrs Roberts appeared In the NOw York City Social Register the blue hook of the elite as Katherine Stuy vesant She was well kn6wn in cx clusive circles and was a guest at the famous ball on the flagship of Prince Louis of Battenberg On that occa sion it is said General James Gr nt Wilson was her scort She claimed to beau Intimate friend of the Grants and On her table were found the visit tog cards of General Frederick Dent Grant and Lieutenant General Corbin Photographs of General Grant Prince Cantacuzene General Miles and other eminent men were found in her rooms Mrs Roberts often stated that Jacob A RIls President Roosevelts friend was executor of her mother will and had treated her badly Mr Rils declares he never even heard of her One of the stories lZrs Roberts credited with is that she had at ont time acted as the secretary of Mrs Phoebe Hearst This fcas denied tattbe Hearst offices in New York city Neither Genenil Grant nor his wife can they say ever having en tertained Mrs Roberts at any of the functions on the Island and Mrs Grant says that neither she nor the general ever visited the apartments In Riverside drive When search was made In Yonkers for MrS Roberts summer home Cloud Rift mentioned tactile SocSal Register It proved to be as eluslre as a cloud Residents of Yonkers never heard of any such place say According to Mrs Roberts frfends she told them her husband was John Van Ness Roberts graduate of Harvard gentleman of lleisure Diligent searCh through the directory of Harvard graduates failed to discover anyone of that namEMrs knewtheIt was also said that while acting in a business capacity for tlie Mutual Life Insurance company she so Im pressed the officers of the concern with the story that she could greatly In crease Its business through herwlde ac quaInt nc shlp with prominent mem berg of society that she secpred ad vances on her commissions to the amount of 3500 For eight months she drew 50 a week as her salary and in that time never earned a commis sionHer clever tongue won the con fidence of the bard headed business men who were officers of the insurance company In getting her position as insurance solicitor she said that she was related to the Stuyvesant family that she was a cousin of Stuyvesant Fish that she had gone to school with tie two daughters of the late Senator Fair now Mrs WHUain K Vanderbilt Jr and Mrs Hermann Oelrlchs and WAS TO VENTURE PROCESS The- ttending taken been recall they that she had two polities about to be concluded fo 50000 and 100000 which she w ul take to the Mutual At the Mutii Life offices Mrs Roberts Is remembered as a woman of mar velous personality It was said there that she possessed the ability to tell the most convincing stories but she brought forward a mythical seeker after insurance obtained 150 pna note on the strength of thut and her connection with the company epded Mrs Roberts showed one of her friends a gold cigarette case which she said E H Harriman bad ept as a gift to her She attended Prince Henrys ball where only a hnndftil of the elect were present When she met Prince Louis according to a nina who was present on the flagship Drake she talked to him as if she knew him well andIit was said at the time by the prince says this friend that be had met Mrs Roberts in London It was also said that Mrs Roberts Introduced one of her friends as Cole net roreh nd san of a former govern or of Kentucky nndu friend Of her mother Mrs Stuyvesant Mrst stutuoreceptJons Richard Roetof when seen at thee Cresson mine in Cripple Creek Cole said All this is humiliating to me but the incident Is now closed dont care so much for myself but my heart simply bleeds when I think of my little son who has been kept in ignorance othlSmotherscccentric conduct for years have done all that 1 can when I sent money to provide a decent fu neral for her She was not in her right mind for at least fourteen years Roelofs went to Cripple Creek to carve out his own fortune He entered the grocery business and later his wife went to Colorado and joined hIm Mrs Roelofs hid an inordinate desire for tine clothes and Jewels and whun her husband knovicdgcd his Inabil ity to supply her wants slit adopted other means got them She would borrow money in hetlitibtnjIs flame pawn any nrfh us she could not wear and finally egan making frhmda among wealth mining men jThesc men were fascinated by the womans heauty and Avrt wilting to 4dnaee IJjuponthem fJitedthemother Mrslnr U The TJnlen T wr coppnny onlHUla cleIP1I1 tlM e it cn tbisjtet of Mflbel Tlnleyt In other bad r fentlv math the taut iPH ment or tinS jneqme of the ofitato to Mrs Itoherti The otiipauv euJ out of itt oflleers to CT Ttork city tourrmnta for the transfer fho11 to Phllaflofehla It Builds Force321 HUMOR OF THE HOUR Methodical Cordiality Dr A FW Ingrain the bishop of London sat at a dinner in Washington They say t overdo athletics but I dont really Exercise keeps me fit dont overdo it any more than the rlluuentary candidate Juggns over lid his cordiality Jijuglns was running for fa slum district In Blrmlnghttiu and his cor lilallty among the slum voters excited good deal of surprise Two canvass era fell Into talk about it Vs4 a grand4 Idea of Candidate Jnggins SaM the first Instead of lust shaking hands with a voter in the ordinary way he rushes up and grabs the mans two hands shaking them long and warmly But Isujt that rather overdoing It jild the other canvasser OverdoIng It No indeed It may ook like overdoing it b tJngglnsI tpows his Way about As iolds both tile fellows handsho ls purse is sate Washington Star sI HeWanted a Worker I understand that you want a wlfeT entured the little widow who had ome down fifty miles In answer to a fmtrlnuonlal advertIsement Yes replied the big farmer In the cd shirt want a wife who can Ilk sixteen cows before breakfast an out the hoUse make soap feed r pigs md churn ten pounds of butt before dinner GradousI Yes hut thats not all She must also putp fruit dry apples make ay pie butter and do any odd painting that might be needhdjtround the house before supper Then slip must husk corn shell peas make quilts und whittle triggers for the rabbit traps before bedtime Theu when she goes up stairs she will find nlot of Overalls jumpers anti Jackets and a1 bIg gold leaf sign right over the lamp It Is never too late to mend Then But the little widow hud picked up her valhe and tied Chicago News Sauco For the Goose So Miss EWer took advantage of leap year and proposed t6 Gholly ehT Yepv hut holly succeeded in get ting the fatal day put off till June Hpw did liello it Tofd her It would take him that long to get his trousseau really Cleveland Leader Ants Sport sportySportszqanOh And you Moblllst A rooster three dogs six fowls and two ducks i Captious CritcicmtoPardon me sajd the building poet to the crabbetl editor I why oudo not wish hlllnutrIpoems Ate the fopt The Coot lint pasjuiltTj replied crabbed editor with KoTjio ncerbity Ibut the podms nre bo vlegged Judge Thorc tho Rub KnoxrHe thinks lies quite a contro veislallst Friend Well he can give facts and figures upon any subject that comes np v KnoxPerhnps but his facts and fig urea wont go down Philadelphia Press I Coming to Him All Richt Stl Peter YOU were a wan street lamb I bolloVe Meek SpirIt YessIr Well heres the bust pair of wings In the establishment You certainly are entitled on gaoti strong upward movement NewYork Life Willing to Do Llkowise Landlord Konioniltcf that you agreed to Icavpthe tonouicnf the same condition In which you found It 7pnantAll iJybt ruuderstaml that the nina who occupIed it before I dltl left owing three mouths rent Har oers Weekly A Sprcsisi w Sfroin amust have immediate attention 1 SiosLirdtheltIJsiinvaluqble in an emergency of this kind rIt quickly relieves the soreness and conqesfso- nreducesjhe swelling and st engftens the I weaK muscies Because of Us onti5e tic and healing propertJes Sloans Linj 17remedy known for cutStwoerti5Jhjbesr stings burns andl scalds PRICE 25 4 SO lCip DriarISSloan Boston n Mass a i What is medicine fOr To cure you if sick you yBut one medicine Will not cure esery kioclOf sickris b medicines act on different parts of the by One nicne tothelvlr A 1Qthet9 fIe spine Wine fCardlI to the womaiy QIPI1L So that by Wine of Carduihas proven so efficacious in most cases of womanly disease Try it r MrWm Turnercf BartcnvileIILwritei redforMrl1itth I IIthout reUefMy back and head would hurt me and llUlfere4 agoivitkI took Wine of Cardtg beathigdon p Mband now lam in goodhalth Sold jwhwk1 JLOOlotttoi 1 I WRITE US A LETTER Her Prf renccII expect saki tilt poet to live in history Well replied his sad eyed wife I hope you may rIOt for my part Id n good denl rather live In some- thIng resembling couifortrChlcago UecoidHerald t SuCh in Finance I cant get credit no matter whom ask lt Nobody gets credit by asking for ltrny boy Theiproper way to fcet credit Is to put front and let pee plq orce Jt on yo4sr Louis Globe Democrat I Sounds Queer Gunner reading Man out west wants a thousand handS Guyer HmULuckV he doesnt want centtpedIRation For Laying pens IAn excelleu ration for llaying hens winter Is equal parts of cracked corn oats chop an shorts To this add enough clover or alfalfa hay tea with the partially cooked leaves and 1tbethe birds should have plenty ofr grit and occasionally u little mOat food Meat meal or chipped meat if the lat fcr Is not tainted Isn good way to supply this feed Cure For Grcnco Heel A subscriber wrfies that he has found the following treatment reliable for giease heel says the Chicago Intel Oceant Wash the part with castllfc soup suds till It Is free from Impure matter or substances tlixi apply coal tar disinfectants once each day till cure Is effected If the Sfab becomes unhealthy wash again with soapsudr nnd Repeat with the coat tar Be surjc to keep animal in dry stall Wonms In Colts For Intestinal woruuiiln colts the fol lowing mixture Is used by veterlna claus Mix together as a base one pound Men of alt and granulated sugar In this mix onehalf pound Of tobacco dust or fine cut tobacco four ounces of sulphate of Iron powder six ouqcea of powdered wormseed Give n heap lag teaspoonful In the feed at flrt once per day then twice per day and keep It up for three weeks It Does The Business Mr E E Chamberlin of Clinton Maine says of Buck lens Arnica Salvec I does thE business I bave used it foi itcuredthemIi lleaving a spar behind 25c at Baydon Rob ertsons drug store CHOICE MISCELLANY Rapid DactylographYi They have just been holding a daci tylographlc competition in Puns Dactylography Is n nev name for type writing Tin test was to trite from dictation ll greatest number of w rds with the smallest possible number of errors In tour consecutive hours There were 314 competitors about evenly dl vided nmong men and women They were seated at typewriters In a si mi circular room at the center of wblchI sat Auguste Bordals a resolute cham- pIon of old fashioned writing At 8 nm time chronometer keeper of the Automobile club gave the word startedIwiggle All began at tpo same point iu Paul and Virginia the famous rov mance by pernunllii de St Pierre At midday the word to stop wits lveUv and every competitor eeabetlon the letter The mostrnpld dactylographer proved to be Sir Dubost of Paris who had typewritten fiftynine pages con taining 1700Q words or at the rate of about seventy wQrds a minute The old fashioned writer with his pen had written In four hours In n beautiful hand and without single error thirty pages of text containing 0000 words VChlcago News The Man Behind the Guns aajinandit the best There m complaints aftaiust nil navies Many yean ago when the Inflexible was on the stocks In England able constrmto proved by mathematics that when launched she would turn wrong side up but she did not The Philadelphia of our navy was top heavy and narrOs Iy escaped turning over Her top hauper was reduced with the effect of adding to her sta bility but without curing entirely ifundamental mistake In the calcula tions of the constructor and she has wna into wrmnneut retirement Brtt WrfteltedaytOra fyof ot 1f ifAdJce descr1beOUr s itIC PIY willAddress1adlesMvfsaryDettThe MedldDeCoo 0 T t Louisville is Booming tIV itT7tmsLin orgsfactory ItstortesinIsS2iOOOooOo Isthehcmeofthe schooldp bsinaAlI IIUTnIIHIIIUSClJttEBf LOUISVILLE KY r v GOOGO x8 Safest and Quickest Way to 8 Transfer Monet i 4 V J Iis BY I fyI g Long Distance Telephone 8 Eor Rates apply to local Maaajfir 8 Cumberland TelepliiBs INCORP- OATDooooOooooo frTelelg pj CCirpuyJ OOOGOCrOOO r nnLe Our snips ount si9e her tins has been accused of belyg5 Jop heavy A German piper Is now publishing a series of articles attacking the vafue of German warships and denouncing the minister pf marine Probably ub warship Is Indestrudtlbte the Japa nese war vessels might have been de stroyed by Rojestvcnskys gUns If the Russians had hit them In the lan gunge of the wild west the Japanese fleet got the drQpon the Russian vessels When two fleets meet the one whose guns are the poorest served will be stroyedPhlladelphl Bee ord A Surprise For the Kaiser The Genuaif emperor is as every out knows aii advocate of the simple life and has determined to put down the tendency to luxurious living se prgvaleut In the arlstocraflc circles of nerliu r rItfttA great court lady happened to bo lie object of a sharp lecture on ex ravagauce from the kdler and she resolved to retaliate She appeared atj recent court ball with her l1UsbnUl whose linen whs shamefully got impIo badiy us to attract the emperors Disapproving gaze My friend said i foUuveil merited rebuke did not diseoneer plfedheyour luajpstys remarksjl haye taken to washing my husbands shirts my jejf1 Gossip toes not relate what the Jni perlal advocate Of economy thougUt or mimi but the story is true and Is uiitr going the rounds ntBerI1nto the secret u11I1icrpeqt9f those who hear It London Tribune Vertical Travel In Manhattan An ofliclnr lii the New York bulldhfg department has flgufed out that the vertical traction travel in Manhattan Is now larger than the horizontal railway traffic In other words the JCOO elgvators In this borough carry more passengers than do all the surface elevated and subway roads combined The nunilKr of iKople using the tile vators In some of the big office built alniostjncredlble In the Park tiufldlng according to actual1111818 Itt as iniuy persons were taken up In one tIny as would be car rlod on an average by the irtlre street car system ofi Nashville TrCnn The ongest vertical trip will be furnished by one of the elevators In time Metro politan bqlldlngu new tower where there will be u straight lift of oneninth lJof a mile New York Sun IViiting the Sons Sins Tlie TiUIskI LIstok Tlflls Leaflfet publishes very remarkable order ptiWI llshed by the commandant of thcTplabe i In connection with the military schooll f The terms ere us fqilqws JIt ease or t nny Oct disobedience on tlje purt of f pupil toward one of his juastors whatever may have been the coudurt of the latter tue governor xylll esp front the limitations of tthe place not only tin pupil hut also his IrJreut for paitiits possessing a sop who iiare to disobey his masters ton tltntes zI element Cor jpernicious RuseJJ Hungry Berlini Youngsters There are no fevrertbnn i4r ouiir Berllners who tno other food it tibmc than bread and coatee This f lamentable Wo hnve our wpmt oIes evor prejsentlu the greatt Rjr fish towns null we Cnn feyiupaiEhts vrith Berlin nut It all polntst sani iliuj raUicaUy wrong In the soulni o r janlsatifoQ of the great opjilers of puJ ulatlon whiii ill tthcs rtrortd bveithow nnd similar harrowing details rontjt l to come to iightLoqdon Pmpftfr Teacher f ADouhtfuI l Assertion V roneTbey ay tb1t 19tjbnlnpJ Den catch atjstrawsv y roueYce hut I doulJtitrive Jp n nnniljer of men drown nutt Hi eeof them wiib had any nrefereijce at AV seeaic Vpi ftitor of n plaaU nttnet- do uoi now recall over It tn71Ce asked for a straw by a ttfnf1mrnwoo4 was drowniNe York JOurnall r2vS3it Kind LadyIf I ge yow tkla pest what wII you do with 111 ntgrHJro n motor cab aiv3 ow fi friPntl lElaeby the towns nzt ant 4fciitrat0a- Mfi Conceit Eiayptiff a m 1111f teat ner tr prop hinmp Ba JtIn J It sditn4 t fcmaairinnberaLOuisville urban Unes LoulsyUiejs acity D BAJtI system In the Un dStotiL and inanr IMT J terprlsLng city IikJ LoulsvmJItOf i t Urmsta4nrestijate Ctalosiaelrs ooooo 8The f i HITEQRTAa IRaising caIvhv HMO Probably the most seraisa Mi J ld raising eds bjvJMBd to This Js thtmost UUROtIJ t among baud fed calye 8cowni rl caused by a nUmber ot tiyiltf uy mostb due to srels fesia jc Jjhr most common pausesisM tlkme wMA can be eaIy itrotded ar overfe41 d cold milk sonr mllkt dirty buektta W i the practlpe of feedi f grieIi ttmilk Overfeeding has been W4tl eil b ore The milk should weIlffli ed or ineastired acqurateJy at fV ety feed If it Is foundthat the eait1more hulk the amount sho M be creaied puually Chgig 4ti iy to a heavier feed iIa ftiatwt tttata to ctttid s fours The mr frmlApways be fed warpi ad e 4y ajmit mil should be usea It It fc Juijiipl ble to have the milk sweet kit tlIetIthen it should giways be fed trGood calves call be rate 4l MI MCU 1 milk but it it fe sour W tM sweet the next the rslvere aBMft certain to have trtmblfl w tk te The buckets should e vcniJei a sIded after each fedsg wy t tijey will be clean a swuetCes Buukler in Farqers Advocftto l 1 BuckvJhemt HfBuclvhedt feed 1Ma Htec tswith most of the hutla ieawrf fps nislies tln very best of K ieimi f M for th Otilri cbv writes Con ietV s in Xatidml l Stockaa J Yt1lJ mixed equally with coraiatitl It JUkAij- a good 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