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Ti 4 IIPLJShLD I j Iii 88- 3uLmuniuiui r t AIIUli J 4Ii r I SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FEBRUARY 6 1908 100 PEt RrWl lRU STY r PRActlCAL DENTISTf + 1IJpa1Cbel1 fVntaa workatTaasonable Pric6si r All prbrk guaranteed JKYSPRINGFIELI 1 OUR OWEGTORY sprEi4t jtyseat of waiigto C ty5fciiiiles south 3rtt- vi x ex5iii m 59 Jl1ilesfrom CXmUYUlc on Bardstown branch pi JfM lriileat a Nashville tiailroadjin a frinKagricuitUra district rwe3nkitelegraph and telephone iltMttxtKfHOace floir rnUlsiumbexl rlq Potation 1700 population ontylS00I iepCetLtiYC lii Congress Hop B TQa8Oil1 AIdst wnKrJ jeenat1YeLP Jtis ltreHQW C McChord eacectativt in State Senate BOo GT jaivIs Cati1pbeUUle Ky iiiy 1LrcAt4t Yit ICIRCUIT COURT eirclt Court begins on thefourth Mr In Fe1xaary lay adOcto 1L BnaaI1jadge L nD1OkaC9monwea1t At or 0CMy Bc1 tA oe Ierk MGl4eaclul1aKaster CpJl1miss A L QUTR1Y COURT QuarUrirCourtakeld the third oIdayil eack month v i 4LitseTJudre comiTY COURT Co tyXtrt meet on the fourth l oKll1 eachmOblth BI Wts y Judge jW1Bor Countfr ClerJc TS MayeOUUtY Attorney l focgef Sidney Obourne Sheriff t Baa I Qn I Dlcklsham II Her rtEGdleman Ij Deputies Bd Master I 3ae Fioore Counjy Sutvevoi T P QBryan Ass ssor W T ltcke1LiPUtYi Robert Koef Treasurerr J M Montgomery Oor net jt W BusbSnpf of Commoi Ishools P O Springfield CJTY COURT Ja e RNoeP6Uce5 Judge Join eIMars alt WF GrigsbY City Kttorn I t JUSTICE COURT Jiulice Courts are held inJanuarj kprIIlJqltand October k r Church Director MTflOflISTUTJBCH Rev GWr Lyon Pastor Ser yIce1i the irst and Third Sunday la each iOthat11am and 730 pin SsndaySchoojl every Sunday atlO am t Prayer mte ing every Wcdnesdaj aght- i CATHOLICICHURCH Ker P F HenHessaj Pastor Set vices very Sunday at 8 iqd 10 oclocl al Services at St Rose same bonn f PBESBTTERIAN CHURCH r Bev B EC Lawson Pastor Prwwhing every Sunday at 11 amid at1 piQi Snnflay school everj idy at 10am Preyo nreetu TjIrT Thurtdar evening at7 oIcl BAPTIST CHURCH Rey W m HarriaoD W Uliams Pastor Preaching eVery Sunday at11 an ant 745 pm Sunday School ever Sfndayat 930 aa Prayer meeting sveryTu4dy evening at 74Soc10cJ OHRIStlAN CHuRcH w Rev W F Bogersj Pastor Ser vices flrstandIourth Sunday Sunday t 93 C 2 Fraternal Orders t i MASONIC LODGK Springfleid lodgt No SO meets first and third Monday alftach month WashtmsrtonR A Chapter No 57 Meets every second Tuesaay Spriajrfield Council No52neetbol S erriottrth Monday KXIGH S of THB M ACASHES Meet I H i r each mi Kodol For- IndigestionI tar Otiannlce GoeiKn Jf mtr iar twothirds of a lixo bottle ot edoi7o CM honestly tar It has not bene 4 win ittant your money Trr JMoTAr M tUt nft utee Fill out and a M it dealerf riea tolfhe at 4sprcbs tosaIW1OU Uiainc oHMtfekd ot asIf- kM itlir frog inem yea bought lt 78V M7 T a c5tpIh4L = iWhatlfodEat Lud th StaicM Sweiett aaooC4cao W- l h1 ii ij r w r THE News leaderi Jt YEAR r 4 HardSns Gfjapol l d i i DELAYED pet1l1flastMIiSSIIHattieI D Robsrtabns sale a mare for 75 VV I The crowd that wont to hearth graiphaphone at Mr Vijj Philip Friday night report the music fine and an eg3oyable time Several from here attended the dance given byIvIr1ex Smiths Thursday night MrAretta Bgleyi is on the sicter list at this writing Mr and Mrs R ay mjohd Rol ins cifBildy Station visitd1et latters parents Mr and IrGW Conanoogber Saturday and Sunday Mr R P Lnhum is sufiertng from an attack of la gripp Mistress Walter and fiadrdf Logsdon sptn Saturday gcand riMr Marian Sweeney near Mackville V Sam Cocanoogher a W nI known colored citizen died at his home Thursday night of p consumption The remains were taken tp Bethleham Sat urdoy morning ahcI laid tolpsta sMrTaweshorse and buggy to rTom McNabb Price unknown a Mrs Nellie Logsdon and daughter Hattie spentt Wednesday 8 G Logsdon and family Mr Walter Logsdon one night ast acusual lighted his lamp but be tam so sleepy re ked for rest s leaving his llamp burning for Mty L B Hardin whi happendd to Mr1Hardincam room as usual and on entering smJielindon iiis l eKimney threw the lampotit the window of the second story iths out breaking the chironey or bowl of tbe lamp l Miss S ieFenVtckol Fen2i wick is visiting tier cousins ihe Misses Fenwic this weekr Mr F B Haydon while ref turning from church Sunday ojcjning was drivIig along the roadin front of Mrs Bagsdales near town when thebQrsebe arne frJgl1 ene an sometbingt on the side of the road and began tunning and kicking tor a short kdistanceright sharply damaging thpI buggy considerbl bid sea I ring the horse in several places Mr Stanley Fenwicfe bought a horse from Mr Bo 3 SU tton pf EFenvjckt MrElviny t s bought of bis t aEborseTHER6SB ACure for Misery y aP1n hery malaria poison produces saysH M Jamesjuf LueUncS C Its called Electrics Bater and comes in 50 cent ooltles It breaks 4 up a case ol chills or a bilious attack n al jjtunditej j sioa This great tonic medir cine and blood pui ifier give relief in all siomach liver ono kidney complaints and bne mis n rFat Haydon Eobertsoo drugstore i For Charitable osesl Eminence KyTh vt the American Soaittyi of Equity isa charitable organization andicdp poration orgauiz dsQeiy IolI bepurpos Qf charity is th defense offered JtJ lorney fur the defendant in ihy tuiibfthe local branch 6t tthe Equity Society against Jam knight who i charged wnti selling and shipping bis pooled tobacco The answer not oniv set forth that the Socnet of Equity iis a chariatle orgaojarj ton and thtjrerore not mpOver ed to carry on business ljk an l OTgapZtdfoibhsiriess legeg that tha SpcijSty o EJ4u it f broke its Contract wi h tljt deV 1fJffort fp itYti F properly financed tiud that tb y h dotIII thia burthab his client fer her had to sell his tobncco or starve his family and himself He asserts that Wtboittth s J1e 3ff hist- ObuCC0h1S t client could pot evm furnish school bpoks Jfor his own children Phrcasewill not be ferieij out until the next term of court facbugh ou eQts iutoyon sy torn itacts an every jmrtscle aidHbre of the body and fmakes yo u ache all- oVer It eBSecidiljf tffecznth iniest foes and wakes yOu cdnsipated so in or er togot rid of a cod tliorOughty awl without delay you should not tahc anythinjj that woul tend to constipate Kennedy Laxative V iiirh Srirnn act upn the bowels andfthereby drives the cold gut of the system JJ contains no opiatit Is- patianttO take gnd highly r cori niindtd fOr children ldby the RCisDrug Store v Large Sales i J SIDAS SUELBUErSON SHELBURNES WAREHOUSE v fr 41541Q Hay man Ave Lwdngto Kj Jan 30 1908 Darih Qurah to day of 12000- 0cirnadean a eligeqfl220- a every titling whictlis the highest a y enrage of the season nd snows tftat the nurket i ttotger and that Sheiburnes Warehous is still in the lead Some of the best crops soldat ti averag of 14 and 15 cents We see no reasons to delay saleSj the prices being fully as high as we can expect it to sell this season Bring usyonrcroj nti w6 will please you and shv yoU hat we are in a potion to eyouthighest prices for qut tobacco Come and see lot yourself ji YoursTruly SILAS SHEDBtJiRNE SON j lIt is err iuipbrtarit htLj iu fact it absolutely necessary tojm altb that we give relief to the stoma prompt 1yat he first signs of trouble which are belchiiirs of gas nausea Vour headache irritability and nervousness These Bre waTningt that be stomah has been rnistreated it is doing too much work antI iiseprnand ing help frcjnyou Take something one in a while fcSpecAllW after meals Eomethiiif like Kodol For jby pe3siii and lndigqstion1t ulli eimyleyour stomach to do its yrOk prop rJj Told by theHed Cross rug Store Night Riders L A reportjhas reached Odium h lptbe effect that Night rvidars are not iso fir a way from us after alL Mr T W Dp well who lives on the Groves furm in Green county which he recently bought had justj fiosh ed li s plant bed on MOnday of monTi ing b find it cKjm lerely destroy da post was driven jif tbe ce- o61Ofit to whioh a box of cartridges ail plenty of iphlhes were tied As to who did th- etkjI Duwell is somewhai t s a He had recmbfy gone from Giadynlle to Gjieen unt and it is evident that somebody within these parts waJnted himto raise no tobacco or etthati Nigiju RIders are just extending their territory from he Purchase to the Pena ny trie Columbia tpctorj T cPnf Pij taw Secretarv wison says One of the ifbjeCts of the law isI tinfrm the Consumer of the pretfbncef certain tiarmful drugs In medicine ThS law requires that the amount of bloiotorro opium morphine and other habit forming drugs be stated on the label of each bottle The manufacturers of Chafiberlin C6ugh kerned j have always claimed that their remedy did nos contain any of thesd drugs and the truth of this isiainvis uov fully proven aR no men Vioiiof tbpjn is maTh on the label jThis remedy is ilet only one of the ifst burthe best httuse for coughs and J ldBtIts valueHleb e proven beyond qnestiqu during themany years Ut has been in genoral tluseFr- S tie by Ha don i Robertson V Good Roads Thei resulutkn introrftfced into Jhe bta e 5nate a diyot two- agdbySenatorCOnnLynn atd aiscflnttbQ Hpustj by Eepre stnt tive Nichols imhtynzinf a rtjroifctee oe benatpjifi and JTte resentatiyes to be appointed investigate therfen6ject otf jjgio d roads and to devise some way which they may eve gu aL1yfIe obtained iis h move ib the rigbt direction andi if the Senatorial row is ever settled and the Leeislature gets down to business this with sorely needed 1egisIatiOnfor the better ment of tile publ1cshoQl system arid in the Interest hfeducatiou throughout the Common wealth woud be amcng the mpasures calculated to render the great jest good 10 th geeotest number i f Amon the multiplicity of meas urea already introduced none of i or pfare greater importance more interest to the peoole gen eralfy than goodroads and odt school and jit is a conceded fact pthaihelp the atte in tht they will afford b tter facilities fir the children of that rural district too attend school If the present sesion could place the enactment of these ttvyo measuleson the statute bbokiti would go far t toward paltiauig many of itsii offenses andoffset to a great exoteiit many of the unwise and useless bills anti in all prnbabU itv are destined to become part of Itrecord and serve as aL mitigating feature for its assem- hing1C4ntucky t Advocatet RanK Fuo1Jtlls o f When attacked by a cough throatlciildnki other medicine than Dr Kin firs New Discovery says C O Eldridge of Empire Ga I have use New Discovery s yena years arid I know1 ItiS the best remedy on earth for coughs and colds croup and all throat and lung troubles My children sre subject to croup but New Dis c very quIckly cures every a- ttakKnowD the world over ns the KinO of throat apd lung remedies Sold under guarantee at Haydqn Robert ons drugstore 50c and 1 00 Trial botUe free l Death of Miss Bell Hinton The congregation of Holy Trinity church at Fredericks towi mourns the loss of one ofs its best and most pvpmnlhrv member Miss Ball ilintonr Miss Hinton was tht daughter of Mr undMrsW S Hiiitonm on the tiearvvaMow pike landu was truly ptoed by all vho w came in conaut with her Site was s ricken with incnr4jbledisL ease bub she p tientt bl re her sufferii gs and submitted herself to the wishes of the Almighty as Not until showas forced by her doctors did she keep tile bednHer many friends were con1 slant vvsitbrs atid it was witht jjreat rehuctnc that tbey gavV her up Se breathed hftri Past surrounded by all those who 1oed If all were like she watparents indeed could be proud of their children She died on January 31st at 12 am apd was boned tile next i day at Holy Tf inity curing High Mass Noc withstanding the va y incleme ttweather the c urch was fairly iis thronged with friends of tJiei bereaved family vvho all wished to give a strong proof of tleir respect and at aohmert To services were cted brtlw pastor of the churcl who paid tie departed girl a very well merited tribute A FRIEND LnillouLcr rfl l Lauie shoulder Is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and quickly yields jto a feiy applications of OhrmbeOlglns PiiUr Balm Mrs F H AlclfUvec of BoistowM Now Brune o wickwrjps Haying been tsoublec for some time with a pain in my leftp shoulder I decided to giVe Chamber lain 6 Pairi Balm a trial with there shut that I tKOt prompt relief For- tby Haydon Robcrteon Money lot You v r I wilLpiiy anyone from 5vo 100 lir iuforraation about per sonVho desire lifeinsuninoe or hot avo money to invest in solid 8rperxcent dividend corn pauv Sta e futl tmniR and town and I will make special trip fo s parties Address ERN1STJMEs dLock b x 5B7 Louisville Ky DcotaI ii1llCUll1111 Rcf3rdm thi 1fd11eII1 l PUfL Foodd and i Mi law w4 ateyl sedtoaUtluQCC that Eploys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and luiig troubles fa not affeot 11DrugJ thcrjmrmftill drugs pndwc rccotn mend ttiasa sale r inedy for children H and adults Sod br the Rd Cross Store 4Jc iiINSIGHT Tobacco Industry Doomed If McChord Bill s Passes CourierJ 1r al r v 1Jie bill recently introduced I the lorer house of the Legisla ture Representative MeChnrd Washington county placingt tobacco companies nriderfiit icepotrero the Stateand exricng a license from all buy ersiof the product in the State hag been the allabsorbing topic conversation among tobaqco men of Louisville during Vtbe past few days and it is the cpn sensus of opinion that sfyoudthe bilubecome a law it will result in driving the tobacco market utof the State and thefey je1 sulf in the loss orseveral million dollars annually to the mer chtfnts and others of the Sitfe Dine of the most promiuent p t wairh thll passage of the bill would Il jinhe said it oufd be the means oi sing every buyer now doing business in Louisville and other sections of the State to withdraw froffithe Kentucky markets nd that in the event oithe withdrawal of tbe buyers from the State it would mean the losing down of all warehouses and manufactories throughout the State He said he badal ready been assurtd by a halft dotfen of the biggest buyers on the local market that the very day the McUhbrd bill became a ag they yould withdraw front the StdiBJ and transfer their operations to Cuiciunati or some other outside market i nis tobacco man went onto that this sep oa the part of ilu jyjjyjjrs would necessarily in the tobacco growers sending their tobacco tootbe- rrketsk it was incuwbent pon them to send ttbei pruduct here it could be reached ny the buyer and thatif the Legisla ure of Kentucky took such diasiic actiou against the buyer aud manuiacter ii6 wtuld be jus hard on the grower as it wfouid be on the buyerif no- toe soas the buyer realizes oe grOwer would have to cou e o him if he found a market for his tobacco A copy 01 the bill as prepared auc introauced t y Represent tive McCtiord wits received by one of the local warehousemen aJ1dUllUgbfS egOjd by othtjr warehousemen and buyers all anxious to read the measure and wniie the bill untamed at the warehouses twould eventually result in their closing down ad without tobacco and tobucco buyers it would be impossible for them to operate Aiter several ears of hard fighting oo the part of the owners of tht Louisville warehouses this city has become the leading 1rley tobacco market of the world but the men heavi ly interested in the tobacco busi ness said last night thajb they willI see in the passage of the McChord bill all of their labor f Jong standing wiped Out and toe market transferred to some oint entirely out of the State So far as could be lerndIasli- gli t pi no effort will be mdeon he part of the warehousemen oftd buyers to tight against the passage of the bill and iU wa s j 1qy Refer to Doctorsc Betause we make mediclrfes for them We tell them all aboutAyers Cherry Pectoral and they prescribe it for coughs colds bronchitis con sumption Theytrustit Then you can afford to trust it Ask your own doctor The best kind of a te tiiaoBtal II Sold for over sixty years J A Mdo C Aver ae LoWn Mu- Liso manuScturera or L L millers 1PILLS1 Vehave no sretit we pnbl lt the JbrmuluT cru our medlolBM II J Avers pills greatly mid the Cfrerry Pectoral in broaHing UP 9 ccld a j apparent that the buyers wbQ ar the ones directly concerned were indifferent as to the out cdmp b Idingr they dV that one market woj id be juaia ac- tvattageous to them as another As aiia illustration that the grower mu thntttJe buyer in stead of the buyer looking for the grower as has been conten annexperience ufa few ieara ago in Henderson He said it long had been the custom of Mfif growers of that section Jo bring ja sample oftjeir tobaqco t jltbeone Qff ring the best price se cured the crop Ile saidt bcdp tf growers tin ally decided tha the buyers theQfollowing yearMd a notlceto lhat effeiwassertto each of hfe buvers by the committee ofJ the GrowrS Association Tlfis buyersIl t8i resoluMon to the effect tb at if lh grbwerftd slretl to selttheirt product theywodldfiav7effp gortb tbecaan with the monlaifd a copy of this resofirtibn was sit Itbe growers1 committed withjih tha9maprevailed riM out In the future He said the sime tucticscoald and would be pursued by tbeI9 buyers and manufacturers fol lowing the passage of ttte Mc Qhpi d bill arid that within 01j short lime Cinncianati V dpld rtecqme the Burley market of the word and that Clarksville Teun woudful1owsuito far as the dark tobacco marktt was concerned t When the Stomach Heart orjKidney nerves getweak then these organs always fail Dont drug the stomach orstiraulate the heaat or kidneys That is simply a makeshift Get aprescripton knowh to dfiiggists every Where as Dr Shoops Restore atlve The restorative Is prepared j expressly for thee weajc inside her y Yes Strengthen these nerves biiild them up vith Dr Shoops Restorative tablets 9r liquidrand see how quick ly relief will come Freesample test sent on request by Dr Shoopj ifineJ Vis Your health is Purely worth t this simple test SoM by the Red t Cross Drug Store t TOMORROWS BIRTHPLACE Ji Line In the Pacific Where It Shakes Han 3e With Yesterday Most people who have rend Jules Vernes Around the World In Eighty t Days will remember how narrowly ngottenthe truvelerinissed his bet having for Itt eut to west he hail gained one day When one crosses the Atlantic from t London to New York lie gains rather o Imore than halt an hour each nyfl Frtfm New York to Chicago another hour Is gained another to Denver another to San Francisco which is reel oulug tlEcc eight hours later than Lon don and of course the best part of a t t1y litter titan Shanghai mlt1Y hn1in ma In crossing the racificj there ficometwhere ycslcrdiy and tomorrow cliake hands anti where the traveler Is cheat- sed oat of a day fn bis life In mIrluc1fic goipg west one skips from Sunday to Tuesday poing cat he has one tiny of the week repented two SundayS or Tuesday as the case l maybe s The line of the changing day Is not a straight one The Islands In the Pacific take their time from the continent iwltb which they trade and from which they were discovered Thus the Hue of the change zigzags down the Pacific from south to north dodging be hvecn the islands IHenc ft might easily happen that a ship which has already skipped a day would reach nn Island which clings toBi ItltwouldItlt wharf and Tuesday on the boat And If a person lives somewhere near the line he can get a sailboat and visit yesterday and tomorrow In the delightful fashion imo v l rmime New TorKer You New Yorkers dont seem toI s know anything about the rest of the tIt country said the visitor rrE The rest of the country echoed thtitW1PhUadeJpnla Equality may be all rIght but ho human power can cbnvertlt into a fact Balzac irThe1prhave to boll it twenty or thirty JUinI utes Made in a minute says theI doctor Health Coffee is really the closet Coffee Imitation ever yet pro duced No a grahreali QplTee Iu iteither Health ttpffee Imitation Is mare from pure toasted cereals jrIgrains with mat nuts etc Really It would fool an expert were he to unknowingly drink it for Coffee Forl sate byMcElrQy Shader fiLES get 1di teiId1rtL- Dr 1 ENGLAHDSAYS ALUMI mid strictly prohibits I the sale of alum baking powderL iiAA SU 3sCkl JQN f1 5 I U 5 does France Im GermnykTcprp4cyourseIf agaiijikirn L t w1crdqing kui tMIS t cr Ia jjtW4i t 11 rAIi j Aianti be very oyaL ifI1 ja J 11 Roy aI lS r W JMdeOI m Qtrt It adCls to th ciI III1e food rrf i A SThENUOU R1JLEF ri34bD rin o es tt Bravery J jfal1ts lF ig Sqctand Onfbe Hug chnrnctersJpf r ltd iiiie3 PVIIug tf Scotland o1473 ta 1513 He was atbl Uc puragebus and fibndof adventure In puttlugi down Jusurrcctlou and Im proving the crlnjnn administration of the cQuntry hewjas foremost In tho ranks and didl not Shim hand to band contest He married L ddngbter o Henry VII of England and made a treaty which secured peace between inntrles He labored to buildI upti lay and develop commerce and showed skillful diplomacy in de lljng with other nations He was killed in battle at Ploifcfen where his army was disastrously defeated by Henry yiii Those were strenuous times when itt1vas necessary for a king to be a fight r and to Inspire his obstreperous sub fjects withBpmQ degree of terror King Tames used often to go about the coun try In different Disguises not only be4 cause he loved adventure but because he cquM thus secure information on the state of the natlopf at first hand It is related of the vigorous Scottish king that once when wandering through the hills during the night fie was overtaken by r violent storm and was obliged to take slielter In a cavern neaT Wemys which Is one of the most remarkable antiquities of Scotland liar Ing advanced some way in the king discovered a number of men and wo men ready fo begin to roaSt a sheep fox supper From their nppearance he sits pected that he had Callenhito evIl company but as It was then too late be asked hospitality froth them till the tempest was oer They granted It l7 invited the kfng who was un known to them to sit down and Join tII mnt supper They were a notorl us band of robbers and cutthroats nd this fact soon dawned upon Tnines As soon zts they had finished their supper tone of them presented n plate on whifch two daggers were laid in the form of a Sf Andrews cross telling the king that this was the dessert they always served to strangers tllat he must choose onb of the daggers andI ght him whom the company selected as his antagonist The king realizing that he was to be murdered instantly both daggers one In caqh hand aind plunged them into the hearts of hlmlIethenhis escape returning as soon as post ible with a boclv of soldiers by whom the whole band was arrtested and pub 1lclfbnngcdPunxsumkncy SplrU A BRAHMS ANECDOTE The Man Who Spoiled an Evening For the Great Composer Among the Brahms anecQqtes which are popular In Germany this one was contributed by Fran Luise Pobl rahms liked BadenBaden nndttook tie pleasure in a winter visit tathp place as In tne crowded summer iime residents know this when they In vlted him in 1876 to come and direct some of iris yorks After the concert the friends of the master assem bled at Goldemen Kfans by invitation of the obcrbUEgerinelster gannet to drink n glass 01 wine The session steil long but gradually the company grew inialler Presently they had all goexept Brahms and Cornelius Rtilraer After awhile even Btmlims uggeted home and his young com panion eagerly agreed to adjourn the session On the way home Brahms tasked his companion whose name he had not hea4 tiBy the aytio you know this roung director Rubner Are you Interested in him ho ask ed uy way of answer Certainly Adolf Jensen thinks he Is not only great but genial Dont yonp know him JT know him very well He JfftUlJt int coueol ed f Hox7r wlio Can dR Wpthlng nnll knows MOthiiig Ifehe nJ asure of the cvenlnj war spWed by this hnrah opinion as to a man wlioin Brahms had made upyhbr mind to like The next monUug eiStt F tended with some others breakfast at Jensens where he told vthcRtory lie had hardly finished when the door opellod mill nu1ner walkelnrThats the man who sldtpereifl your 1Qni t 1 r dol lgetwLa U tJ J jL J r f t 1111 7 r IslifeD i Ir i J rit t i t n I f = L DEATHOFGODWS r v Mr Jpha Wiot-H t HrHo l1County r fMrs Kiilie Willtoa wif of 1rrespi die 1llat her home cm Plmi i Run on Saturday afMrMctl aiv 4 oclock 1tlesofdemise The deceased wa 4 about 70 years of aji adba4v ena life long recidwt of tW r vunty belon iny 1 the piooe family of 5T6ungs Bfc ww s noble christian woman aeV sf M devoted wife and k1IutJidcIt bor x beingeven ready tolwH a Wf lghaudintirnf atr M Tb J t funeral took place at BeUitoiteiB ihqach on Mdri ay aftefftoou The funeralsermon jRraiprtacbW i by Rev Waker of MacltTdi rlfl f To the greif strtoVW bagtaai p I he News Leader wliwkjtyiijv v fatgyi j l- vIOntTakThe ii1tRIsk J t r JttWhenJd dr not let it drab aloar wita 14 jBecomes chronic broachkig + dieIt I i 4j3p5 into an attack of piqaia i jot give it the atteatlom lit dIsreihd get rid of it sake Ckabtfliiotlg bTemedy a dvjom are Mtrc el iirompt relief Toaaal btfte ng the sale nnd KK of tkk prtpV ition has extend ti all part l1ae- DnitedBtate and many Mit fipforf cbWj1aaTeWN this wide repnUtiok aid xtMMfo 1lSe Foria1ebyBarEk j sQn CFL Sllburnswars 4 a J Is still in the IMM auiiuui most tobacco mad gM1 c ibl is best prices our hiffMrt pr l jfor the seaaoa bwn lie During week M cr JUpi f we sold 650 000 pommA i BMkm tt VeN of o tOOcaverage in nyethcbobi PhU show that SMKwMi M jthe place to sell yww t f IT i where tpejphwill1It jj p he best sdvaatMpu4 i the best auctioneer mtbe ms try can MIl it for 0tiWegiye biq t t erviievpywy We wilt inake iii ptyjsu ell with ua The nIIIIa u geipi byer youcu et 10 ewi tit aBy tim witboot rdhaving tto sUttd on tbaS4 vWe doubt ifT tBarley market CtMl sIiiaverage 7f Our hou k o Wi I i1 7 BroftdwaT f JG flpot Ligtos 17 LlI v f J i I lay rNsb4 rhUItevel sIsI- Dr i wKsa New inila Jaoob priDJT JPra lla1fatM 7keep mjt aaob l1r d workioff jilt r1gbtII the ptlippobn yoo trial moJ y will b refunded at Ray ttBoberisona drug atore w r r 7 cT wv ft TOE NEWSLEADER TPMMMP mjrnr TXUMDAT 1l SMNlfGPIELD KYb r itc t DAVISQN JrV r 1 4iiK efjt It crate p J k sbiSgmtIaGrIe Oftttfc MLMUtdkUtM SB olillctm tu h hi ftJelrats J 4b rWer1ITrJlC1 of 1yI14t ef tret iEle oa libera mrJsa H iMaiwsu 120- sVV WWO A KOO t 4 11IUAY FEB 6 1908 a outrages ofnigh centime in Western Ken I tacky TtHJ following is an ac cowt of tb latest performance r 9ic1w1esbnd A dispatch I frwiiilittftwa says Rivaling jiMskrilility any sin for whicb tM KtQtecky Ku Klux may be jb MMd wuhijle centby night rWwn onDy caburg near here VOthS Qvmberlandlriver about I L 1 6clock this morning To and a wpian were whipped ie im rcif ally ipiie being flayed aliaotino the poinVof deata and If r tbt to6cco factory and distillery of Htnnett Bros were burned w ihoof 110004 Tha riders ft mOOred 356 and they came from the south having been re Icraited it is believed in Trigg uti Qaldwell counties Dynsv 4 i biifffis iia in Orittenden countyi The opinion seems to be gain jnjpr ground that the Kentucky LisaturUIs deadlocked to stay over the senatorial electron Bockham adherents ha veap v pearently given up all hcpes of vtlsctisg their man at the pre Ient session but are standing fi rm and shsw no signs of allow 4ing anv other candidate to slip in i One and perliapse two Demo Vcia who now hold seats in the Kwtueky Legislature may lose tbtoivplacetf as ajre suit of contest fil d against them by the Repu j betas This 1oqtd give a Re pub idan majority in the House Kodol for dyspepsia and inaigestiom 1stie result of scientific combinar tiott of natural digestants With veg Etabigacids atid contains the sam juices fonxd in ahealthy stomach 11 lathe beat remedy khown today for dy4iepsia indigestion and all trouble iWslQg ironf a disordered stomach Tike Kodol today It Is pleasant tfaejJRed1 rtfl t i j Vefcttyville NeT Ji The stockholders of the Perr VryvitIe Fair Association r u Greens hall Saturday afternooii- f and fleeted the following direct VtorforI the ensuing year W J lDB aum J WWebbSMiR- uply c B F Baudy H 0 Mul lins L R Wharton Wallace Green JA Prail T 0 Poyn tel T P Stigall June Hunter Joe White The direct r tlien lectt d tliev following oftiCirs if J DeBunsPresJ W I VWJ lat Vice PresrS M npiyx Bt y Baudy ullihs 2pd4 and 3d V1 JP es H 0 M Secty CI J irfor Trets arid the will qola tb eir fair Aug 12 13 ftjpl 14 They are going to leave nothing unturned that will add to the pleasure and success of tb ir lair WJ Iepaani of Perrfville s ld B TJ Mthtna work horse for 160 VToii Wibb of Mitchelsburg sold a 4yearold gelding horse f and Kaufman buggy to DrJ E Caldwell of Colorado for 275qVII JIIitAiIISI4I1IS Duer j0taeoitlbe worst features of ktducy VViti that it iIi an insidious dis- tlMCaHbelorethc victim realizes k14 knfefhe may have a fatal mal Vla4y TakfrFbleyii Kidney Curt at- riijMiratirji of trouble u as it cor Tii irreifulatitieJi and prevents f Ilf4s dease ad diabets Sold by to jW BeCoe Drug Stored tilUon For Sate dl t t I Mv for saIEieemeral epsreMIli e 5sri oVlge f 11 Isbigb aN i good work bor e A food foal getter trio a f1kn J1OJFor i Kfrctbtt mtermmtioB call on or I1SSVG w Ks4Itli9ChlCy fisted kaII fV WiI Iisburg Mr John Reynolds and iatoily lhave returned home after a few days with ftiendsat this place Rev Strickley of Lexington w ill preach at the churohlhere next Sunday morning and night February 9th Everyone iis in vited to cothe ad the churcb wants apastor and they think he might be tluir choice Those on the sick list ar0 Mr erornWells Mrs Evert Keel inp Miss Mattie Brown Miss ora Trent acid Mrs Ferrelt I Messrs Edgar and Aforris Willson of Beechland jpere in our town Sunday Mr George Sutherland and wife of Illinois yisit 4 their sister Mrs Hartwell EtHering tloin Iastweek Mr Richard Pinkston is very sick of pneumoniatMr JitnBennam of Mocres ville was in our town Monday O business From Ainother Correspondent Mr f and Mrs Henry Lawson have returned from Dekafb IlL Claud Riley of Mackviile and Miss Mattie Milburn of Card well were married at Rev JV Av Sims on Wednesday last V1Mr Richard Pinkston iis very illi with pneumonia eoutlagaln J M Trent was In Sprio gfield Thursday lastVThe infant son of Mrv and Mis AJ4 Yotaw was onnd dead in- bed last Sunday morn ingi Toe burial took place at Cornishville the following day MrJ Coulters family lis yery ill with la grippe Mr Oscar Colvin the cashier of the Cornishville k fIll be home Wednesday to slay a few daysV s Joe Noel Robert Noel and Oscar Mcllvoy viI leave Thurs day morning for Arizona John Noel is Louisville with his tobacco Mr George Merit is visiting his daughter Mrs Lou Earl Towler of Paris KyIMiss Viola Viceheimother have gone to Indiana make their future home ft Rev Lee Shirley of Halrrods burg preached at Glens Creek Sunday Dame Rumor reports a wed ding soon feCRiBBiER Do you have backache occasional tstitchesS7 the omeftitpeswithoutenergyIr iderTakePills they promptly eHevp backache Weak backtIlamtIo of the jbldtier and weak kidner Sold by thawed Oross Drug Store r Woodlawn rBorn since our last to the wife of J AcoIJhisa 12 ib boy We are having some pretty cold weather and people are gathering ice three iuches ttiick Green Brier distillery is In full blast cilculatinginthe1parftaIebddn l jBTave signed it and some have no i vid Ellis will embarkLin the grocery business ere ion il riothing happens r quiteillsveral W 0 Ellis lost valuable mare fiom the iia rmitieaiof oldI ageVW QEUissnd Ed Borders were m Louisville last Wednes IMissf lagrippe Miss Lena Humphrey iis also on the sick list Mr Will RichardsotcoDt Iatesrenovirig to Louisville ai early date We wish1iirn success Little Martha Boblett is quite ill of la grippeMMr Higdon is quite ill of a complication of diseases LMrnaccq Warehouse Louisville has purchased quite a lot of tobacco iin our midst There is talk of running a new pike from our station over o tho Bardstown and Spring field turnp fce which wIll be a great benefit to this pla e aMissting Bro Bogges and wife at Louisville BOwToAYflltl ipptoilis Most victimg of appendicitis are- habltuallconsUpated Orino laxa ive Fruit Syrup cures chronlt con stipatipn by stimulating 3he llVer and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels Orino Laxative Fruitt Syrup doer nauseate qr grip and isi mild and pleasant to take Sold by the Tied Grose Dyaff Store Re fuse substitutes It Hardlns tihapol The fire which occured Friday afternoonvwas the stock barn which belonged to Mr James Epperson The tire was in such aheadway before any one saw it that nothing could be dune lo put itout There were seven head of mules six head of horses and one Jennett consumed in the faxqes It is not known from where the fire originated but it is supposed that it caught from the gasoline engine in the barn This is a heavy loss to Mn Epperson as this is the second barn he has had consum ed by fire but he received 1650 insurancelto help repay his loss Several of Mrs Nelilie Logs ii dons children are down sufferingn from ttjie la grippe Mr G W Fenwiek WHS in Harrodsburg stveral days lastt week Mrs Jeptha Willson died her home Sunday with VtumoIn of the stomach was Betbleham Monday evening and was burried She leaves a nus band to mourn her death Mr and Mrs G WV Fen wick hays returned home after pleasant visitt to relatives at Harrodsburg Miss Sadi Fenwick Fen wick spent VeOesdayaa yhnrsdayy with Misa Alray Canary JE RpSE flows PUs oUcron hundred dollars rewar for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known F J Cueney for the last 15 years andJ believe him perfectly honorable ic al finenclallYJableJ 1qledoBalls Oatarr Oure is taken intern ally acting cUrbctlyfWQp t1lebood and mncuo s surfaces of the system TestIrtrcnhia1 stiCre 5 Prl6 TjSc fer bottle Sold by all ruggistsr Take Halls P anilp Pills for Consitt 41tiQn i Mclnfire JWe may prep re7icr sit weeks bid weather for tire ground hogq certainly ia v his shadow last TSuZcIayIMr T F Keen and wife were the guests of bis parentsJMrandi Mrs J F Keen last Sunday Mr and Mrs Kent BlandfordJ sire rejoicing over the arrival of a little girl Alma the little daughter of Mr R C Mclntire fell against the stoveSunday morning burn iing her bands and face at tiru Iv0s was thought to be serious but we are glad to report that she is doing nicelyV Miss Emma Ensor and brother Jobnie were visiting their Misses SaIlIij anfd ElizJ clntre one day last week Mr George Mann and Mary iii Buckman 6F Bardstown visited friends here recently Mr and Mrs John Wheatley were the pleasant guests of Mr a wndnight Those from this place who at tended the funeral ofaMra Watt OBryan were Migses Mary Ros nd Lossie Fields and Paul and Twyman Keene Mr Richard P Bluoford who has been quite ill of la gripp iis able to be out again v FotestVitwter Mrs J R Keen last week Miss Lillie Whjeatey enter tained her many Ijnend with an egg nog Friday night All re porta niceHime Mr Cleveland Hill who bas been at home for some time has returned to Louisville Mr Pat Johnson of Marion county attended the funeral o f Mr Watt 0 Bryan Mr Charlie Nally and wile of Louisville are visiting at tie home of the former sster Mrs Bettie Wheatley i Mr Cletus Walktr had tJe misfortune tp get some lime iin his eyes one day last week while working on the house of Torn aud Lee Mclntire Mr MaD y Alyey has just moved into his new house on Main street Mr Robert Wheetley made a flying trip to Loretto Monday Miss Stella Hill who has been visiting her sister Mr Joq Johnston of LoqisVille rc turned horaeilast Saturday IstQrfled the CoD rc slion- t The purson who disturbed the congregation last Sunday by con buytTaItl3cdLy hit Kiiliir Stoic i Barrier Raised LJ xington Ky Feb 4Tbe report is urent here on th Lexington tobacco breaks that the counties of Hart Nelson iSipencer Washington and Tay lor iin KentvjcKy j and Switzerland county in Indaijin all in the white Burley tobacco belt hive raised the barrier on grow ers permitting them to scU teeirt pOlea tobacco where pi they choose A quantity oi this tobacco from heso counties has been received Lexington and other heav consignments fewJdays The robaeco market here iis st fff to Jay the average price being ISJ was reached at most QJ the warehouses A phenomenal sale was made here this morning at a1ocal warehouse which illus4ratesjlhe valuo of the tobo ciiop tto Kentucky farmers W C Smith of Nichplas couniy sdd 3275 founds the prowtofoi a andV onefourfei nClesCor kt8Qj Hardesty Schoolhous It has been some tima since I have seen anything iinVyou valuable paper froca this com i munity so here d come again knocking for admittance Iw r Geo W S1ztbe land and wife have returned to their home in Peoria Illinois after speeding t o weeks with friends ard relatives in uld Kentucky Mrs Rebecca Bishop one among the oldest and best re ssi i i I Main Street Tobacco Warehouse Co INCORPORATED 1 S I I II11 QWEN QUISENBEJRRY GOJ Managerst192325I West Main Street bet 9thd 10th LOUISVILLE KY I STORAGE FOUR MONTHS FREE OF CHA11GE t Best ilYBest1Lit in crt r If PromptlY i IfMark Your Hogsheads MAIN STREET HOUSE r a it f e peetedWOtfl9fl of this commun it died at the home of her dan ghers Mrs Anna Ohesser Sat u rday night MsaEila D Shaurty Monday night vth Mr W Y dJpodlett and family toI Mr Thurman Cheser wire have gone to Louisville make thetr future home The iijd saying is that if he ground hogsees his shadow the second lay of February there ill be six weeks more of winterJJ I guess esaw his shadow this t meSf build up your fires and fix for more winter QnL oker IIII FOR THE HOU IF Home HintsIMajrble should be noniaandwater rather than with soaps and water Remove grass stains by saturating tthe Spots with alcohol then wnsb tIp cleat water r AlE embroideries and colbredj garments should be Ironed on tlxe wrong side whenever possibleV The bureim drawer may be made to penuo1se155y and easily by rubbing It with common soap Tea and Coffee StainS If a cup of coffee or ten is spilled on a light clothsuit run at once for the talcum owder and cover the stain generously while still wet rubbing tb ipowderIn well with the fingers Hans the garment in the closet while sql s Ihakewill be found without discoloration Poison Antidote When poison has been accidentally swallowed no emetic is bettor than mustard Mix three tcasrpoonf uls with a cup of warm water und swallow At once the stimulative action Upon the Stomach causes that organ torejJect all Us contents the poisonous in gredlents with the rest It Is one or the quickest of all emetics and the most harmless Stocking Economy When buying boys stockings purchase as long as cap be had Before wearing sew a neat tuck around the nnklo When the stocking Is worn at the Jcnee let out the tuck andt e worn part will be raised so as tobe covered by the trousers and the Stocking will be as good sis new Ii luive found this a great saviug the buying of stock- IngS Irrhangeabk Barrel Lid A Barrel In often a very useful thhit aronnd a house ora storeits a receptn icle for accumulations t different kinds Unfortunately the lid of a bar rett operation11ltercbnngeablehid Vcovtu rot llRRXLIventlora lies in the tho lid to the barrel so that It may be always In place and casllj raised when diSIL1VThe fastening consists of a loop ot stout wire tlttlns over the top of tbn barrel and having the lid secured by a hlngellke devjce Tho top Is held tuj ymca by means of a tightening screw turned Vr the fingers Wh5tswm Finll Linens WOMAN AND FASHION A Simple Evening Frock Pale blue sUk mousseline with em broidered dots was used In making this tuckrtriangular Inset at the foot and bands of soft silk with rim lirotdcred emltfre wreaths finish skIrt PALE BLUE MOUSSELINE and Corsage The waist Is cut quite hIgh In back making the dress sulfa for a very young girl and In front i a TIt effect is obtained with the tuck ed raouaseliue The popular little bow know and tassels are the only orna 0o mintsV J Odd Veils CJertalnljr there are sbme Old but very pretty Tells this season One no AatUo fA ftiir of the winter veils ia J t tttt 1tt1tttt1t1t1Ii fIGOOOI Worth of Goods t t TO BE SACRIFICED= a forder toc1oe out our stock of Mens and Boys Clothing Overco U and Claksand Furs we will sell for the next Ten Days at i IIIn Att Cast For Ccii fJtJ tw x f and a great manyarjticlesI atIless than cost 1 1 We make this great effort in order tq redtrce our stock e aboutMarchlstIi 1RUNOyM INTIR jI- k l tp 11 I I Ir I a WJEIIPES I Cream Vermifuge IREMEDYI THE CHIUKTS eF THE guePREPAln BallardSttorv MOImr TOUt tbfi Velvet dot JJottea veils nave not been seen for ypirs yet th new ones are noticeable for tile scarcity of dots on one single veil and the Immense size of the cola effect One veil jai have a single lot two three or Sri and no difference how marked vthe dots are conspicuous thought placed where as one dealer says they will dp the least damage They are like beau ty patches only much larger One must know how to tdjustffl veil of this kind or the dot may appear on the mouth one eye tip of the nose or poltit of the chin and It gives a quaint appearance to the wearer Other Tells are extremely thin rather plain of weave and daintily trimmed on the edges with borders of satin applied or woven dn the texture Brass Buttons on Coats Brass buttons both In the small sizes and In the large flat styles arc much used and there come gold ornaments and clasps for the securing ofr the little ligfit spring coats which will soon make their appearance In the streets i An Inexpensive Blouse Blouses or odd waists pre as much to favor as ever and nev +r were more varied In their combinations and color schemes A stuart blouse Is heiv shown which be developed In elec fctricstriped taEfeta braid and buttons for LEVgtrimmings Six tiny tucks on either shoulder bold the fullness at the front The back of the blouse is plain nicely Ittturned down collar AI fl5j5j IN PLAIN 1ANIh ANcY r imfinfk jit14 and while taffeta Uixfehos the n dc tills In turn edged wit btalil in I vltf 11bhithejfront where ithe bu1Vsebuttonscents card A tl1ebJouseOntherTbeesUrnhtcd IIc yards taffeta crntst yard striped sllc 1Buttons31 rotal jtv 404I= A YoucantturitPh1cteJpbIa rHomeSenatoralwaysstnator otAtknsrirwas considered nil PresItTnntnf1clfc tt little group sitting on re drj goods boxes round a store Ja nu Arkansas town ne of the group remarked u refcktfn that fellow Ilufiefelt fwJllloget that job now wont hal bsnelghboraSl1q1otbcr wl1 v fm theIn whoJctrs w esgrInetc7nt r S 1 l A02I CALL ON fiI B D Lake j f THE INSURANCE Mlv 1 I If YOJi have Insurance to Write J If you have any real estate to s ll call on t4tB1DLakeTHE v A ijist of desirable Washington t county farms for sale Np trouble to J show property to prospective iuyejrs 1sjs H Address hit BD LAKE I SPRINGFIELD KY iii i ii 1 J i tw i r i f i 4f tX y it itliHave topened my Jewelry Siofl with IIINow Stocfc of i Gois v Washes Cloc Ir rSilverware etc r t rlr t i1iB EYESTESTEQlR Orp u t ILc1 H OO 00 tDontneglect your coufh b f = f1Qe Statwtics show that in HwlCai alone over 200 people the svy wf k frtIyo conjumphon y nO vg if t And most of thcf cdnsumvfrJtt- be i 0 Y living now if they had not RS1MbSt I 0warnng coughVO YL Wqo Hf i Emulsion enb4s y u h taf iitti cough or cold Ii Vt ALL DUCZTSIk e JAiL w w w W I tc aJbucnns IHiHiiS fimMJsts I pOcket oadkisrchldfs ete that hoc come idJow may be SvbitQncd bj iling Jr t strong sudS niado with el I w soap and milk and water katt milk nod half Tvater Boll For half on I ur wn 8j In ordinary hot suds r1iao clearV jiiot water then tit cold blue atqr WVwL =w = w- ztx ctiLD ir I DVO1Vltitx1ohe o stsDUloliWM L1 qi = r DRJJE BURTON J RESIDENT DENTIST 4 TEETH EXTRACTED i0 ITHOWT PAIN I u Ht Mock t p stain t 8PRINGF1LD IfY Aii DtitM Work Strictly ii FicIas3 t r l DR AfUDr lid sirgeonPthI Ocsbours8to9am1lto2pmJ J QftoM over jlaydons Drugstore IJ u J ailtLanptont MID JJ Office in Gtert Hoase Ii eftlec Tfcii Ne B jIt 1deMceNo38 i W F3GR1GSB- YATTORNYATLAWcr OAee eiwr Peoples Bank RINGFIZT3D X- RoBAJiD M W FYATT i Dr Ml WHYATTc DivJiilI SPALDING pMct overRGd Cross DrU2ii Stor Office hours Hyatt 1030 iNI to 12 aa 4 to 5 pm Spalpl 13g21o4p1 trxW W Ray mSlCMR AND SURGEON I Office over Havdon Iobert 1 oaa Drug Store r phone t Office 115 1 Residence 172t JOHN t MAYES MDIiL UIHECTOR ANDo lICE SEO EMBALMER TELEPHONE 4 DAYitOilNIGHT 74 SPUXGFIELU JKY I Ralroad Schedule T tFollowing is the time schedule now in effect on the Bardstown and Springfield branch railroad Ho 41 Leayes Louisville at 4 430 p m JBardstown Junction 622 pm Bardstown 606 pm arrive at Springfield 705 p m To 42 Leaves Springfield at 420 am Bardstpwn 607 am I Bardstown function 650 am mrrivee at LOuisville t40 am No 43 Leaves Louisville at 820 am Bardstowa Junction 810 am Bardstown 1100 amsarrives it prijigfield 1230 pms gNo44100 pm Bardstown 220 pmI VBardstowpJunotion 4 5pmh arrive at il ouisvil1 545 pQl No 90 Sjnnday onlyiavea BprinKtield at i ilSam Bards townS L4 Bardstown Junction j 645 am arrives at Louisville Vg85mNo 91 Sundays onlyLeaves Louisville at6 pm Bardstowne Junction 6i45 pm Bards town 7iOpm arrives Springfield S85pm K1LLmCOUCH tfysil CURL THE LUNGS WITH Div Kings I DiscoveryII II Ala MoL TlMlAT MllUNITIOUILES ULZANTUD 4TIPACTO1 oz vowzz uruxzi- l l IISwtphvr Expelled the Rats f Here Is a Maine farmers mode ofg f riddlag kia premises of rats and mice Vlf yon iprinkle sulphur on your barna floor aid through your corn as you gather It there will not hea rat or 5to Bother I have done thl focV years apd have never been bothered with rats or mice I have some old i corml mj crib at present and not n tat ot mou e can be IIi stuck ing hay or hats sprinkle on the ground anda llttlej through each load and mj t word for it rats or mice cant sta Vtbere A pound of sulphur will br sufficient to preserve a large barn ol corn and iIs good for stock and will no hurt the corn or bread American Caltivatwv tV III Farm Work a There is smair excuse for being IdtIoa the fainsa American No matter how bad the weather th 1an who manages well will always jJJld something for his hands and him e1f toWin the barn or the shed or theshop jand every farm should bavt it shop tThere will be harness tool MJadc1eqto make or mend or t1Ci Jtorrlnd cir saws to sharpen or dozet Vthings to do to have tools and itfsJjB ready for bright days plent tao bsgdes whittling and whistling Ikfy IK UOriijKJ 4rippe gJj5 rye ngerous as IVfr4L FOltySl Bone xud Tar Dot Iyti the cough Dutheal8and UMWtyme the lungs that no serf MlpMilt need be feared The n ftwke Jf iky8 Hon y and Tar con- WbwJii jiuurMfiil drugs alWl isffl I I j1lW gaclcage Refuse substitutes 1by tie Rtd oo I Irug Store St 0 l I f TOWN riljaY U1U Local Happenings of Interest e The Freshest and latest e I AllAbout Yourself Friends j and Acquaintances nddOrchard grass seed for sale W H Leachman VAlentInes of all kinds comic and sentimental at J A Shaders 1iFoR SALE3 ybrkshire boars 2 gilt and 2 dunxvgilts E O Walker tIJOR RENT Flab of 3 rooms over Lawrences groceryI watersApply to T J Graves jtt FOR SALEA nice Short bora bqllcn beautiful roan Fine shane and a Ii VJolnR Barber Doift forget the one greatt weekly event SKATING RINK Friday nightV TAKEN UpOn my place a gilt Owner can have same by proving properly and pa InK osts TW Slmms Conner Williams while skat ing ob the Fair Grounds pond Tuesday fell and cut a severe gash over his eyeV Miss Mattinglyan inmate of the county poorhouse died at that institution yesterday of cc application ofjiiseases Dont buy a new suit of clothes 0atherPros establishment and have cleand and pressed Next door to Clerks office pairyearling good iVFrederickstown Kyb The little ttwo year old son of t Mr and MrsFleece Purdomof the Texas neighborhood diedtj and was buried at Bethlehem on nuesdayt Mrs Bohanon wife of Mr Will Bohanon wbo bad been living here for about two years died at ber home in the east end J 1 ashort ofthe town onJast Friday after illness of pneumonia The remains were taken tp hver former home Cincinnati fora burial A special from Bardstown i aysj Mrs Isabel Spalding aged l seventy years died of pneumcl J ia She is survived by her band W T Spalding aa merchant and nine children n Tne deceased was ihe mother of J Mr Tom Spalding who married Miss Nell Hardon of this pi ce t The Main Street Tobaccos Warehouse at Louisville offersiii exceptionally good fapjli ies fortt taking care or all tobacco eJlitrusted to them for sale Theya are strictly independent nde have a record of realizing good prices for their customers Washington county shippe s will do well to mark their hogsheads Main Street House Barn Burned A fine stock barn belonging to vlr JF Epperson abopt three miles northtast of Springfield caught fire on last Friday after noon and way totally destro ed with all of its contents including a head of horses and mules a large lot of corn hag and other feed a gasoline engine wagon ear etc There was in a shed adjdining ibe barn 29 head of mule colts which were being fed All but one of these were saved The mule colts were covered by insurance The other stockws not insured Mr Epperson carried 1200 insurance on the barn and 300 on the contents The loss is estimated at about 4000 with about l600 insur aice Just how thejlre origin ted is not known but it is sup PQSEd to haVe caught from a aJlpipesmoking With the Bowlers TLe teams of the City Bowlii- iLague n n stilt Ut hardJ iPridei i li tie in the lead at present but ItsoeJi The results of the weeks games ate as follows the Colas defeated the Gruf cocoitn M lntire team three straight t games last Wednesday night at Friday nibt the Pride of Washington team took twp out three frowthe White Rose team and last Monday night the Cun ningham Duncns took two ou of three fomthe GrunSy Mc iE ItQPICU I cfPiIrtndnTh IISIh Intire team which lifted the former Out of last place 1stnIght tbeCoco Colas and the Pride of Washingtous clash ed together and the results will bepridtedVVflXt week Next Friday njght Little Willie and his White Rose team will have toV take their names from the Hall of Famer wHen the Cunnihgham Duncan team takes three straights SJA1JDING OP TEAMS VCEEY EEAGUE 3j d o Q Pride of Wash ingjontci5 105 667 Coco Cola L 12 8 4 667 White Rosej IS 9 6 6Q- OCiiuninffham Duncan v 11 5 10 33- 3Grundy4Mclntire15 4 jIi 267 SpaldingRpbertson- Mr and Mrs James M Spal ding of Kansas City Mo an floUnce the of their daughter Olive ldeleI1to Mr George D Robertson Jr of Springfield KyJ The vedding yvQl talie place at St James Rooan Catholic church Kansas City Aflo Tuesday Feburary twentyfifth nineteen hundred and eight Dathof Watt OBryan 4 Mr Francis Walter OBryan as he was more familiarly known Watt OBryan died at his home a few miles southwest of Springfield on last Friday evening after a brief illness of brocchopneumonia The fun eral took place on Monday morn ing at StV RoseVThere was perhaps not a etter known man in Washing ton county than Watt OBryan He had bbena live tock buv and trader for years and was thrown in close contact with early every farmer in the coun y Indeed there were fewfc far mers in Washington county who at some lime had not had some dealings with him and one of bishjghi plaint hat ever been made of unfair treatment being received t his bands in any of his numerous transactions He was born in the same neighborhood in whinh he died 58 years ago last Octobei and w s the son of R and Priscilla Qsbourne OBryan Twentyone ye lsJ ago llie married Miss Fannie Smith whTo with three s nsf surIviveof wonderful energy and fine business judgment He Vas a- 5hrewdin nearly alli of his ventures He had made a good deal of money iii recent years in feeding Imlesj south1ln ber x f years beeo a member ofla I a firmf of local live stock dealers bnnsr associated at various times with J S Yankey John B Peter the late N P Thompson and others who shipped annu itythpusalld of dollars worth of live stock from this plac to Louisville and other market centers JPossesstd of a remarkably happy and genial disposi tion liehad pleasant word for everybody and was never hap pier than when he had a joke to tell at the expense of some friend Mr OBryan will lap greatly missed not only by hiSramllto1Iwhom he was a gent father and husband but the community in genera He was related by blood or mar riage to the Smith and the Os bourne s of this county Miss Thomas Blanford was his only full sister He has several half brothers among whom is MrT P OBryan county assessor Janus Joe Robert and John The NewsLeader extends sym pathy to the bereaved family and friends Sa1p r L- On my pace one half mile from Springfield on Booker pilIV on Feb 29 Will elll 4 gocd work horses 2 CWStt sow and seven shoats 1 two horse wagon good hay frame cuilti vator a1d two plowsii All sums u der 10 cash over that inO and 10 months Mattie Sacsbury FEf9ScNA Mr falter E Leachman jis in Louisville tbisweek4 Mr johnHord of Princetou is hereV Mr Mike Simms is ill of pneumonia Mr Charles Dickerson thelj telephone manager is confined to his Home with Ila gripp Miss Katie Hertiein was in Louisville the first of the week buying furniture and supplies for the houseand confectionery Mrs James C McElroy has returned home from a stay at Dr McObords infirmary at Lebanon Mr Otho Hatchett spent Sun f day In Mackvilld f Miss Lillian VanArsdTtle left yesterday morning or Columbus Ohio to visit her sister Mrs A G Noe VV i Mr Will F Si mswasin Lebanon Monday on business Miss Lizzie Haydbn and Mr JG L Ha don were called to Bar stown by the death of Mrs VT T Spa dingV Mrs John Riney of Louis vile pnf a few days herewith lier mother Mrs Mary A Noe Mr and Mrs S A Noe of Lebanon spentSunday here Mr G G Wharton is in Boyle j county this week tWWT r1 SSaturdays i 1 Specials11 Thee Are MoneyS vefSi 18 lbs Granulated Sugar for 100 I20 lbs Light Brown Sugar for tOO 1 dozen Nice Oranges for 20 1 dozen Nice Lemons for 15 6 bars Big Deal Soap for 1 c 25 i 6 bars R W Soap L 25 1 U 7 bars Lenox Soap Z 25 6 bars Ivory Soap 25 I 6 lbs Best Lump Starch for 25 VThe above are excellent values and are for CASH ONL ITrulyIShadOrII L Ti- SV VVr Mis Lillie Simms has gone to Louisville to take a business course in a commercial college Mr Will Fqrsytbe of Lexms 1ton was here this week on busi ness Dr f M Burton will leave on February 9th for French tAck Springs where he expects to spend about 10 days for the benefit of his health Mrs L E Jenkins of Cincinnati is here for a few days on accountof illness in her fathers family Miss Fannie McElroy has gone to Danville to visit friends xRov Montgomery and Frank Peters of Lebanon spent Thursday hereV- Shaker Rnbertson spent Wed n sday 4n Bardstown Mr John Simms spent Mon day in Bardstown on business Mr Charles Greene and sister Nell haye returned home after a visit to the Misses Rapier of Bardstown Messrs Ben Lake Sterling Thompson and Bev Leachman were in Louisville last week or ii business Mr Clyde English and Mr Collins Campbellsville TenD were here this week on business Mr Will Huston of Maud spent Tuesday in town Mr Bami ton Robertson was l in Bardstown Tuesday on business Miss Ethel Bush of Chaplin is Jhe guest of Mss Nannie th han Miss Jennie Cokendolpher has returned to ier houie in Chaplin after a vprya pleasant visit to her sister Mrs a aFredMr Luther Burns was iin Lebanon yesterday on business tiMrleft yesterday for their home in Louisville after several days with Mr Sam AndersoanMrs Fred Manget of Louisd ville is yisitmg her parents here Kentucky King No 76448 Y This fine registered Jersey a Bull will sand at the Bertlein faim Qne mile north of Spring field on the Lebanon road atathfee of 150 with return privilege ADOLPH HERTLEIN When you wanthe best get De It Witts Carbolfzed Witch Hazel Salve I It in is good for little or bIg cuts boils be or bruises and sis especially recommended iCr pileV Sold jyV the Red rags Druug StoredCommissionersi SaleV Washington Circuit Court KyV B D LakethEquityMrs wByof sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the October term 1107 in the above style cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Rpringfleld Washington county Ky on the MONDAY FEBRUARY 24t 1908 At2loclockP M there about to atheupon a credit nf one and two theyears the following described prop erty to Wit thA0 land lying and being in Wash ington county v Ky otttbe wa to ters of Pleasant Run and boun the btthesecoLLanliain and Geo piotthe West by Pleasant Run con a tainjng 127 acres and 8 square poles For the purchase price the pur for chaser or purchasers with approved security orV sureties must execute bonds bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having and JudgmentA the which bond is executed Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN M C W qC off Better Than NaturefeCrlftlck I just saw lAiumercrs pie can ture of your wife You dont like It of doyoV Hon Henpeck 1es Indeed the CrittJckMVuy It doesnt look like You QT Henpeck Perhaps not But It does a not talk like her either CatholicelStandard and TimesV jaVHow Its Done payfamakingrMrs Parker Well I always send and ofwordMrs PostYesfoMrs n they always write back that they wont be at home by Judge the blIChoose any four consecutive num bers as 51 02 and 53 Multiply the them together and the product may ne IS divided by 24 This will be found to hold true for any four consecutive numbers we may choose unless ono ICeUl IICe tlpllfMl to utbei may e by 120 iMilusH one of the umbers la I 120Nr n nmlllple of 120St Louis Ilpiib VV t I OnAboutApriIlstjWe I occupied witha lineof 4 1 tMrt ng in SprinffWd well acquainted witn the needs of the local trademclwe willt iiforaeveralfearalS those needs Mr Theo Campbell the other member of tVj t iitii tor ttose Furniture Carpets Rugs Matresses Etc 4Patronize home industry and give us a chance at your business lI iI LIACHMAN CAMPBF5LL THE MX EAN BORDER How Both Sides of the Line Are Watched and Guarded UNCLE SAMS BRAVE RIDERS The Work That Performed by These Well Mounted Well Armed and Cour ageous PatrolsThe Mexican Rurales and Their Methods If business or recreation should take you down to that longllne which forms the boundary between the United States nd Mexico you may by chance meet well mounted rider armed with rifle nd pistols pacing observantly along some bypath or canyon He is one of the United States boundary riders up pointed by the treasury department to patrol the border on thej lookout for- mugglers cattle runners and other persons whose presence on the Amer- Ican side is generally undesirable For this position the man selected must possess courage judgment and- o little physical endurance for his uties may call him lorth at all hours and seasons and he may be responsl e for a stretch of border land many iiles in length FOr example between San Diego on the Pacific coast tot California and uma in Arizona there is but one boundary rider to patrol a line of over 150 miles and this Is in part over sparsely settled mountainous region and partly through the waste of the Colorado desert As opposite him on the other side of e line the Mexican government main tains from fifteen to twenty rurales for the same work It is a good lllns tratlon of the trust reposed in a single American citizen by his government is probable there is no other man the United States whom it would harder to find at a given moment than the boundary rider of the San DlegoYuma district v He may je down on the Colorado desett watching near some water holes for a venturesome band of cattle inirsa in some canyon of the moun ins on the lookout for a wagon load prohibited immigrant Chinamen fairlyiuree customs laws expect him to be That he must possess both judgment and courage the following incident hich took place during the career of the former boundary rider Iri this dis trict will aptly illustrate Forsome time a band of cattle runners had been working successfully back and forth over the line In spite of boundary riders vigilance They seemed to be able to divine bis move ments so that while lie was watching trail through the mountains they were rushing a bunch of cattle over desert But at last he managed to surprise e band and rifle in hand drove two them into Campo Then however arose the question as the method of taking them down to coast He hired a double seated vehicle the only one in the place But at once another question pre ntrd Itself How was he to seat his prisoners for either they mys be pced together on the front or the ack seat or separated both seemingly hnznrdouscho1ce Ho finally decided to separate them and so with one on the front seat with him and the other behind he started the coast The two cattle runners managed to communicate with each other by signs ft a rough part of the road made boundary rider in turn their prisoner Needless to say they then made the best of their opportunity to escape over the border but as they fell Into the hands of the unsympathetic rurales they would have been better if they had submitted to the law of their own country x This brings one of the somewhat dif rent methods pursued by the Mexi government to guarding their side the border From a cursor Inspec of the line one might suppose that Mexican side is not guarded at all may cross the line ten times at different places and never set eyes on rurale but it is well known that you ve done so nevertheless and on the eventh excursion you are likely to d yourself surrounded by a pictur que group who will carry you off toil if your explanation is not satis ctoryAs rule the rurales patrol back forth In detachments at a distance from ten to fifteen miles from the tual border Many a headlong dash r the American side has been made perfectly law abiding citizens with rurales at their heelr because the ve been heedless ia obtaining a per ission to cross the border True an American citizen may croaa border at will as far saM himself concerned but as he liaiiapBt cer tarn to carry some article uiI to duty Itis upon that charge that fie may be arrested Michael White In Youths- ompanion IT- II Ouis iVII lVVVV JcMI9It I0 J I t I And His Dog Tige- II februaryb 15 19 Every school girl and boy in this cbuji to ty is jnvited to attend i I AfaMssion Free-1 h- tiThis reception will be given at our store r I the morning and afternoon Saturday Febrnary 16 tI Watch next weeks paper for further r particulars 1 lj I S4SV I r UIThe RQbert onOlayb oo eGo J INCORPORATED L SS Strictly Fresh I I And DprToDate Jrl f f IJ7 y tv i Is our stock of Confection Fruits CaksVIt We bake every day bread pie cak t t A fresh stock of fine candies jutroc tY sL l r KRJBSIJ OYSGQEIRS 7 I every Thursday Friday and Saturday v trto served andratea reasonable tt T7t IIMeals KATIEHERfLEIN aad wJ BRCX Borax In the Laundry The washerwomen of Holland and Belgium so proverbially clean and wito get up thelft linen so beautifully white use reHned borax ns a woshUig powder Instead of soda In the proper tlon of a large handful of borax pow der to about tijti gallons of boiling water They save Ju soap nearly half For laces tuid icanibrlcs an extra quan tlty of the powder Is used arid for any thtngrequlrettto bo mane extra stlft a strong solution Is necessary Boroxt beln a ueutriil salt snot ur the sllglitelf degree Injure the texture of the lineup Its effect is to soften tliQ I1ttWlest Q1ancI therefore It should b o kept ouSclfiry toilet tableV To Remov Medicine tins Stains made MstMcfne and flu wont arc often otstfuate fb Remove In the hawdstof an araat u iodine marks mayj ff rejnoved iby wtftulng the spots wtli strong ammonia untH It fadsnftr whSchTNivasfi In tepid fWntinnd8tt lg ttpt AjQfljU Is iqualty good fqr reo UIOVI14Vliver 011 staIns Fuller earaue linto a paste and thickly applied to the spots will also TCIUOTI tbuntoVVt i1Pvra1 C s fThrough te Thsre I 1 lJCS clUe aadth4rVCo absorb auc t sa aut 971attention that tlM 1eatUc fIicountry and Its kMi Mbnl bsrare of the JatltirJ Migrty p rti wi hencetH ttit u can be do tJ llpnrif and 1 0111 t our country ptopfci Aal to1 this eM Sriikfc bis ast t been u ed M aH ck it vlgkt bVirbeen Is Ute ettlttnithMk ta ths ussIV- Vbig andU tW W lilt d iili d JJ Irt Jat4s PsNhIsa- iV D nr1flitt e4s4kis aa6 t P tt I psw- lNU= bi1 vote f lad M1f pert powived adaI batV the sM rat ep dltlola wilt 5MS rprn w 5l 01 the- bl piieM ISedkIISO fo4- e J MYETllIS fct isfti El1acI1 it I djilp Ps 1 snp s ho e de yef bynerninen1- t t otidieaiMltLIy wiiofrM kt ib lUtement inl- 1fYotltf ikilj newpper t1trir relliYr alm0il1any p- fN if Xii yitijpbU If taker M Uii v NTt of frights l a t t pch trI rF ss M we bftcir pfciii ins isIfereflt desire to et ptteatniKht pL4iiilDCli decolored urination artiiiil over olllc Here iis tseipetrytrjidKxtrcb Daudelion one fcj4JoniMd Krgon1 1 CMppound Syrup d Srsrifl ttire oimcefe Take hpsofa Latr each meal la bedbimL A welkapwnj druggistthere in tjfcm w atrtbority that thees umgMMnte art all harmless and Mflf mixd at horn by shaking w ir in a bottlf4 This mixture t tj s1iTes1ing and sooth laAd ct upois entire Kid yrsiidUriay 0 Ecet andS otiIIIo the wnrstform atma IB jiitraOlittlEl win TIxure iisiia to jJUblood disorders anjJ Mr4thcllh umatism by forcing fc IjiidW to filter and strait frii ibe bkxxj and system all ipte win ftndjfonl decomposed wasU matter jwliich causes these aeU eL Try it if you arent cw11 Save tie pre Rt t Attck1Ig cough from any cause ic qick1ystqpd by Dr Shoop s CoSft Cure And It is so thoroughly kanakas and s fejvthat Dr Shoop tejla iothers everywhere togive it to giVe it without jaesitatiori even to Tery yo 0f iab es The wholesome greem leaves adJ tender stems of a laifliealimg1 aouhsainous shrub fur mltMTthe curative properties to Dr Skofpfc Cough Cure It calms the oooffK aodkeals the sore and sehsi tiT eOIchla1 membranes No opium BO cKteroform induing harsh used top iHjar tor pimply a resinour 11utJatokiaif lungs Tne Spaniards call this hrlf which the Doctor uses The Sacred ilerbj Always demand Dr Sbs Coug Qure Red Cross Drugstore ft Ijtc r 71AN AERJLHORROR- tw j Th Strohjzroqp aeronautics Sptd you eyer hear of Strohschnel de1t said a German He did ri dread 0 fmltlas Ceo 1 tell you about it JMroiwchnelder appeared Ina cer taia Tlllage anq advertised that ihe IrMM take the landlord of the village lam vp with him on a trapeze hanging tromtbe car of his balloon Though the landlords wife made a kick amd the authorities upholding kerpbde the man to accompany 8tr fechn ider the landlord sat in I NtabsIea the trapeze beside the famous acrwkamt wMn the ascension began b ZIt thpee nearest to hba noticed that fce was paler than a ghost and tbattklg arm was thrpwn around Stroh chMttderB neck as if in terror And Hdirtb ae thmgs the people nodded ewlirtHM5yto oe Another TJll1ad HF Went the balloon anf HOW a Murmur of horror arose among thilthde5Tbe ronautvaud the laBiijrd were quarreling they were ftghtipg High up there In the clouds perched 00 the swaying trapeze they Bikggied thumped kicked M4denry the aeronaut in a mad Wt4 of we1se1 the landlord by tfir Skroat thrust him backward and IttC ala into pace Down the poor fellow dropped like a stone turning ver aad over He alighted on hIt 0 r JMri i T1Iepeople mad with horror and- rate raebe4 to the spot And there to 4j thelc amaxement stood the landlprd Ta gWag heartily The figure that had fall was a manikin dressed up in his clotiieg Ciid tIll the peaker concluded i Jthe oaly practical joke that has etec been played from a balloon- iwOdu g TlsiieaDemocrat iSl Pril ef Crinoline Tfce daBgere of the historic crinoline arVuiMtrated by a story told by Lady EStwitky Neyllt In her Reminiscences Sjc too near the fireplace her volu liiiMW iirt caught Ore and in an laifiial she was In a blaze There Ifgi I ftea present and the women caSimot help her because if they m ImfitiifittAr enough tobe of use their + Swa U would have been ignited gjy jttE jtify Lady Dorothy had suffl VQ efi ejice of mind to roll herself f ia thfr hearth rug and thus subdue the 1asrn A4wfLad Prwwl tlierrWelcome back to the 64 fani by boy So you got through t ootlHPt aIIrJPt Farmers SonYes toldJyeVjon 11 jst Ttiiat to da witii dLeut kIndS of land What do you iMiic that Hat jaaeddcr there for in riaaecr Fanfter Son Gracicy what mrpta tfic a UJMJKaBa1J City h t PMyrlfMf rbT tM tIM fox thatyou taitr duea4 SkMp war from the deor Htlti aiva btag left tatbe ku 1o aMCathottc Standard and Ttacw 9s t 7 FOLEYS KIDNEy CURE WILL CURE YOU blany case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medicine Take it at once Do not riskhaving Buights Dis ease or Diabetes There is nothing gained by delay 50c and 100 Bottles ntpusr ORSTITUTE RED CROSS DRUG STORE HIS TERRIBLE EYES Senator Cass Could Almost Paralyze a Men With a Look Giant bends bodies and brains were Webster and Cass All the strength of New Hampshire granite was concentrated In those two sans To look upon Ithcm made the ordinary man feel small Wonderful eyes they possessed gad men have been known to shiver with dread when one or the other allowed his glance to fall upon them Cass could look through a stranger In a way to male his brain burp and his knees knock together One searching stare seemed to destroy all mentality and fill the victim with paralytic emo tions No man dared take liberties with Cass In 1840 the proprietor of the National hotel in Washington was a man whft so closely resembled the great senator from Michigan that he was often mistaken for him An old friend returning from a journey en tered the lobby and seeing him leaning against the desk slipped up behind and hit him a terrific whack on the shoulder saying cheerily and simultaneously Hello old man Here lam back again How are you Senator Cass straightened up his six feet three and turning upon the assail ant his terrible bloodshot eyes almost annihilated him with a look Not a word was spoken That look was am pie The stranger was so rattled that he could not even apologize but slunk dejectedly out of the hotel Later in the day when congress was supposed to be in session the stranger returned to the hote to shake hands with the proprietor frnd tell him all about the Cuss incident Walking braVely up he raid his hand down on his friends shoulder and without wait lag for greeting surprised him with See here old fellowf you got me In a deuce of a scrape this mornIngs Why you know I tpok old Cass for you slapped him on tile back nearly taking off a shoulder and the old fool looked at me as if hfc wanted to com rait murder The darned old lunatic why doesnt he stay out of here He knowsuAgnln the great senator from straightened up his six feet three again he turned his bloodshot eyes again be looked and again the victim fled Twp mistakes of that kind in one day- CHARACTER IN WALKING Traits Which Are Readily Disclosed Sby Ones Gait rtUJheresa conceited man comIng down the street said the girl in the group on a corner How do I kribw By his walk I can tell the chief trait of any persons character by watching him or her walk For Instance If a man walks with a heavy lift to his hips hes sure to be obstinate If he sinks down a little on his heels he has a comfortable attitude toward life and the world In general Jn fact hes a bit lazy That woman coming down the treet now Is a gossip Any one could tell that because oflier mincing fussy gait Indecision is the chief character latin of that womans character across the street Dont you see how she swings her foot rather hesitatingly in the air before she puts jit down The man who walks with his knees leading is sure to be of the pious type the disagreeably pious type 1 mean You see that old codger who Is cross- Ing the road with his stomach seem ing to lead the rest of him welt of course it is evident that feeding is his chief delIghts When an intellectual l man walks his head leads That girl who sways so is self conscious Yes that girl going down the street has a pretty walk gliding and quiet but watch out for her she Is treacherous In the extreme The man who puts his feet down especially solidly is heavy and somewhat stupid That little person crossing the road with a quick clean step is nergy personified but he has tile sort of energy which has no regard for the rights or feelings of others The girl coming out of that store has an ugly streak in her nature Dont you see how she puts her foot down uri willingly as If she were saying I wont I wont I houldnt advise any man to marry her Of course I dont pretend to know thoroughly a persons character by his walk but I do discover his predom mating characteristic The Quality of Mercy A notorious mountain moonshiner familiarly known as Wild Bill was trie4 before a federal court in Georgia and was adjudged guilty Before pro nouncing sentence the judge lectured the prisoner on his bug criminal vet ordiand at last informing him thdt the court entertained no feeling of auger toward him but felt duly unmixed prty entenced him to spend six years in the federal prison at Atlanta Bill stolidly shifted the quid of tobac co in his mouth andtirjicd to leave the courtroom with tile marshal Qnceout side the only tiling he said was this madiritme1Proving It Keep up your courage old man said the passenger who was a good sailor to another who was leaning over the railing and paying tribute t6 Neptune Never mind me came the answer5 between gasps Tve always heard that it took travel to bdng out what there is in a man I Ca rF drdjgIstsYWmoneyTar1FaililtOPS the cough healsthe luni ad prevents serious results from a com Cures la grippe coughs and preveoiv pneumonia and consnraption Cou aJH no ppiatfis The genuine Is In a jeloir package Refuse substitutes 2 tct= iw Stbe iiiiIii Driven to Suicide by Cheese FreiTchnan UnablfrtOiBearOdor of Parents Pet Fromage Shoots f HirnIfjn Stomach r Some queer things have been respon sible for sand attempts at sui cides but it Is doubtful anybody ever tried to rid himself of life for a stranger reason than that which has jJust led Pierre Dufresne a young paris locksmith to seek speedy exit from this world for Pierre Dufresne now lies In a hospital in a critical comlition because he preferred death to a life In which his dellcatjj olfactory organs were frequently assailed by the odor of a certain variety of cheese of which his father and mother were Inordinate ly fond This cheese is called marolles The smell of it closely resembles that of limburger TJerrQs parents ate of itt at eveiy dinner Pierre always pro Rested when it was brought on the table and sail rnaty things about the tastes of people who would load their stomachs with such offensive stuff Angry discussions followed The father would bang his fist on the table and declare that be intended to keep on eating tlfat sort of cheese as long as ho liked it and could afford to pay for it and furthermore he didnt care a hang what his unnatural unfilial son thought of It Risks life For Her Lover Austrian Lieutenants Sweetheart With Hussar Officer and Saves Honor as J Skin Most is the tale which comes from oten in Austria of the latest thing in duels A young ac tress after promising the mother of a youthful admirer tesave him from a challenger found no way but to take his place This she did successfully dressed in her admirersunlform The duel occurred a few weeks ago but the facts have only Just leaked put Fraulein Loefler is one Of the most bewitching of the younger actresses attached to the Orezy theater She is a great favorite with the younger offi cers and students and the toast at many of the cafes In Per Bettelstu dent sail other plays she enacts the role of the young officer the midship mite and youths parts At a noted cafe on the Andrassy strasse the other nightso goes the talea party of officers were gathered at a late supper The wine Sowed freely and the talk was that of worn en and love adventures Frauleln jLoeflers name was mentioned Ritter zu Richthofen of the hussars made a sneering insinuation about her In stantly Lieutenant Zeska to his feet called Ritter a liar and threw his glass of wine In his face The lIlt ter slapped the lieutenants face in re LIEUTENANT turn A challenge was at once given and accepted L Lleuteiiant sk belongs to the artIK lery stationed In Peath and as there duelIFull of the matter he saJdovu Iters wrote a loug letter to lila wtdowcd giving her all particulars The lieutenant left this letter on hla writ ing desk Next he was on duty till nightfall In the meantime Lieutenant Zeskns rorvaut saiv the letter and as he Ire qcctitly before had delivered similar ones trotted off with It to Mme Zeska She was In despair that her only son a mere stripling was t6 fight with the Ratter a much olderman and famous for his prowess on the field of houor After futile attempts to SeC her son she went to see the heiress To her rha told all and showed the letter AnsI sbe prayed tbeactressto save her onlyI on Krouleln Loefler prom bed to OSO J When a big marolles lieese made its appearance on the Dufresne table theother day there was a more violent scene than usuaf Pierre said that a self respecting pig would not eat such nauseating stuff The elder Dufresne avowed hIs belief that porcine progeny were possessed of truer filial feeling than Pierre Mrs Dufresne stopped eating this cheese long enough to in dorse her husbands opinion An hider brother joined in the reproaches of father and mother Dufresne against Pierre The young man arose from the tai ble and declared that he could endure the disgusting smell of raarollcs cheese no longer Life was no longer worth living if he was to be confr mtedwith it every day Be fletl from the room banging the door behind him A few minutes later another bang way heard It was a pistol shot Pierre had fired a bullet at Ills heart but his aim was bad or his knowledge of anatomy de fective imd the bullet lodged In his stomach with the result that even if he recovers his digestive organs will be in a far worse state than if he had dieted himself steadily all his life on 1rlety Takes His Place In Duel His Weil as His romantic generally Jumped IThe actress at once went to the cavall ry barracks at Ofen and sought out the flitter For the sake of her boy admirer and his sorrowing mother the actress made a secret compact with the hussar But ne Insisted that the duel must take place It was Impossi ble for either party to withdraw If the Ritter shot in the air the artillery officer would surely shoot to kilt and so some willing substitute must take isis place v A plot was hatched The flitter th actress and Mmb Zeska were the only parties to it The mother did her part well She administered a sleeping draft to Lieutenant Zeska and pave tjie actress one of the lieutenants Qui fprms Lieutenant Zeska an easy Ietlmor the potion administered by his mother slept like a dead man all night his sub consclous mind unhaunted Itf dreams df mortal comba or premonition Of impending decease at the hands of a lldodthlrsty e ony The tenants ijniform fitted the young actrfcss like the paper on te wall AIl fflcer than Fvulein Loefler JlsomcrII trlan artillery never had PbSs In tile dart ss of the early carriage drove up to Mme ssellI THE RAISED + HIS WEAPON AND FIRED IN TUE AIR i day a little villa From the house there Is sued the figure of a youthfnl otttcer his military cloak wrapped round him ie fur collar tnnuxl up IjcfHuse of the cold lie joined his second In the car riagi which drove westward to the WOOdS t the appointed place the RIttor his secolid the umpires and doctors wet the two Paces were quickly measured off The opponents were given their loaded plitbls They drew off their cloaks The lieutenant however f pt on his fur kepI pulled down well over IsIs ercs It was still dark butasthe first ftreak ofMlght came up over the hen Oil telling of the coming dawn the white Uandkorchlef fluttered to the grojnd anti there rang out a shot It wan from the Rltters iPistol He hod FCtlTheHI lutcnant raised bin weapon ami Ilre4 in the air The Illlter saluted nnnquucocl Ills stt fjUtIoii nnl advancing shook hand vjrli MK opponent Both were ihcn JiusMcil into their cloaks and Into the waiting runfuses The duet was over jjjp Laidles ins 322 4 A FEAT IN PHOTOGRAPHY wIOaring Descent to Get a View of an Ospreys Nest Now commenced my work and I de Bcenclod on my rope to terraxie after terrace forcing my way through thick jainfaidperaontlienv via nobody below to signal us where the uest lay1 Tbe Inevitable rc ittlt was that aftcrdescendiag more Wan 100 feet t tied tb signal to ba aaulod upugain always through the prickly ilear Again did I descend and again clldit fail Lfind thd nest On the tlih1 occasion I reached a re cess in the great cliff whence utter uubendipg my cope and securing It to l bush for obvious reaeoIxsj J made n at j along a ledgfe to the south and reached a iolnt which I lideutined a feeing mt far from ntllc uost ns seeS from b Hov So I retraced1 ray5 ste i tmJ regaining my rope7 was hauk ip for a third tithe Durlug this op 3ratlonj psseed n Iedge where a pore- jrhie jfalcon was nesting The old fGjuale sjvept qlojie around with shrill xries anO cveutually alighted the tindy shhfoy rock within a few feet of me aid with outspread wings and every fcjither Btandiug on end low red hprlhcad arid scroamed furiously r have no doubt I was close to her TOiing but r bad more scrlous work in liandjaud co left her alone I now irade my fourth and last Jescent anti found myself immediate y over then6st but before l could go awn to It tlurpnrty liandiing the rope tdd to work their way down toward since the rope was too short F1 ally I reached the nest an enormous uass of big sticks measuring more han five fett across nn4 doubtless the csulfof many years work In It were wo eggs much incubated By stand lug oxin Ir Ige close to tie nest and jrcaslug the camera between my body indthe fnce of the cliff I was able to akc some long tjiije exposures with Tairly good results U was near sun set and the cliff was In deep nsliadow which did not facilitate niy tnk Be jlCJtlPtrtlljljl so painfully protracted as were these My very curt entry in my dkry summarizes thq whole job thiiiJ 4Bad shale cliffs vertical and dragerous Height over sea 100 feet Top of cliff 310 feet The worst bit of rope work I ever did With regard to the prickly pears It was many months before the last of the poisonous spines f hull collected in various parts sot my hotly consented to come out and then only after first fes teriug London Saturday Review Disinterested Professional Advice Bring nte that beefsteqk potpie Ynf8ahr said the dining Car waiter listening ueprby And brhiig me some of those French peas Yaseah but boss maybe you all dont knowi deys French peas in dat pie No I dlt nt Thanks George And poItatoesmaybe you all didnt know deys tatehs too In dot- pie Georgettsfrom buying a lot of stuff I wouldnt want Yarsaht Ah reckon its mahty nice oe inc t do dat boss Alf stcri eo many raany people nice gCnznns Ink you all waste money fo veg tables dnt might juts well a been handed over to th waiteh Ynssah Ah silo hiasJutlgss Bacteria In Butter Bacteriologists have shown us that ordinary Imttor is swarming with germs ddoelro Good Health A sin glo teHKpoorful of milk generally con talus from 2 KM000 to 10000000 germs muchltrgcrthanerznh1e from the milk the terms aretnkeii with It and In the process of cfinrahig the terms are collected witfi the fat so In the butter we lujve the coucentration of a large jmrt of the gcrmscontalued III the milk from which the butter tas derived So In a pound of butter de rived from twenty plats of milk the number of bacteria rau6t be almost beyond estimate A brief computation will show thatthe number of bacteria contained In a pound of butter might eailly reach the cnormpu sumjof flve1 to ton billions t A Touch ofVanity dsyFrenchtwentyfifth blfthdxy anti ara uumai ried wear a little cap made of tine muslin the RyciJial of inaklji Cd As the d anaosces tho intLinri vlex5I cr = A Sprain Wrs rain must hoveimmedfatattention mentIJ I I t reduces me swelling and strength ns tthe J weak muscles t Becauseof its antiseptic and healing properties5locrns Liniment is the best remedy known for cutswoundsbruises stings burns and scalds IPRICE 25ct 504 100 DrEarl S Sloan Boston Mass a r Great suffering is th lot Qf all tvqrnen WhQ negle th eath f lh lr manly organs N reason to dQoA any more than 10 neglect a sore throat colic or any other disease that the right kind of medicine wilfjcure Take il dotforiscertaiil to do good NteenMrs Sallie if BlaIrof I help nie until I began to take Win qCardNow I think IIam about welL At all reliable druggists In lOO bottIes Try It II WRITE US A LETTER 7 Ibu IIHSC caps in great qmuftires aull their inannfjutuiv by young gUi is always acconipnuicd Uy jokes at the erpjiwe of old maijst but string to relate these caps because they are Ls coming to ai ere Worn on St Cather ines day 1Y yougIr1s aa well as by old maids1 1WrSow and sure rer plyIwith tho quotation habit motto But protested the thoughtful1i tfilnkerth3re Is 020 tiling that can never be Slc71 asdi c Whats that flucrled ute quotation dispenser UA watch replied the t t Kansas City Ihdepehdeiit A woman love is a paador Ton cant keep it unless you return It Philaclelphla Record =Nothing Is so uew ns wnac fbi long seen forgotten German Proverb b Advance Thanks The phrase Thauklug you Ip ain ticipation is l1OW becoming couin n T I think it Is one of the meanest ejer Invented and one of the most Insult lug for itlfnp1fes that however much 4 pains the worker may take he will gqjt no thanks for it afterward Whiishould hei Helms been tbu 1tionr IploI Professor Slrerft In London Academy 1Gadmade a very satisfactory imprSsaion onS Borem Cleverhey1 tried very hard to do so Gaddle Well he told me you didnt Jmpress him asa man he would care to associate wth very much Clererley Ine ThatsTery s tisacj tory Its the very liapresslon I wnntJ jed to make Philadelphia PressI Al In tin Family Rector shortsishled Well R hnrdf hard at wdri eh Let me seb you tire Richard arexit you Laborer No sir John Io4It Does The Business4 Mr E E Chamberlin for Olio ton Maine svs Buck lens Arnica SalVe Is does the business L have used t for chapped hands and itcured them Applied it to an old sore and it heal d it without leaving aSCir behind 25c at aaydon Rob erirsons drug store LEE AND MCLE LNJAn Incident of the First Mcetingtof the Two Sold ers The first meet g between General leorire B llrtWIan and General tlnh Leo happened In Mexico during Iert war wib that country McClellan Jlcuteuant of engineers and Leu was a inajoison the staff of General Wiuficld ScottJ sOneacross a field when he saw General Scott and his staff approaching tiinhorseback As they drew near Majji t joy Lee reined up his horse and asked the lieutenant It he did know U IIthntoue was sharp and angry McClellan answered that he was not aware ottany disobedience and asked for an ex planatlon Lee replied that all officers had been told to remain In their quarters awaiting pixlers and asked tortthe lieutenants name McClellan gave lila name and said tUat np order of that kindhad reached blat But Lee In n peremptory tone ordered him to go to his quarters and remain there Then he rode off andv rejoined General Scott and the stuffj irtoto do but was quite indignant at the way in which LeO had treated him frIho haul not knowingly committed a broach Qf discipUue I He hutt Just finished tolling his broth flerfaformed that an officer was outsfde tile tent asklfig fo Urn On going out lie was much siirjiriKed to see Major Lee who saluted Urji with respect Lieutenant sfcClalliwi1 the major raldyi am afraid iljiitI was not courtl lileotisFvh1eI ogizeSct assured him that it was alf right rail General Mctllan In ttylllng the dotul ho iok off after nmklMs iiilowsiofsii1uuoti4b repaired an e rl in a IIAdvicet4 I LLeusvillwimmg iu1 thernanu1acturtngofj5an5 whlskypsclaleattler bersuppliesLoUlnllre organlactoryinIaG5CritatheIntorurtci11ine Jdcsystem COWMERCIAT enterptue1141aillHAUI niUTTOnBUSIHE3S 1tLEGE LOUJSVILtE OOCOGOOOO ooooooOoo r Safest and Quickest Wayid g 18 MoneyO JI f r LSL1Y f tv t Long D is nee Telephonei iiFor Rates apply to Local Manager lgg Catoberlafld Teftpliona INCORPORATED Telegraph Co ililjr i iltltt oo PO O V oGqoGoGoS 7 IJ7r SPORTiNG WORLD Durnellc Meteoric Career i iFor the third time Charles EDnr yrnIernndu lithe breakworks In the tuft world It J8 generally believed that the action pf the eastern jockey club In barrlng lilm from nil tracks will mean his complete elimination from nil affairs horsy Dumell has had a meteoric career be ng ilt one tUne the most successful turf man In the west and this pnlr a C E BOOTS DUnNELTi time utter he had ridden his own horses on tile French turf where he was subsequently ruled off His part ershlp with Entile Herz followed nutl orest brief period tile two furnished most of tIle sensations around Chicago aflillation wltbWohn W Gates and rfter he had broken with jllerz served lo keep him prominently etote the public St Louis Wrestler Challenges Frank Colciuau of St Louis whore 1gjlwlngl 1 ibytfie rana accepting his challenge g clnlmsfto have ample backing ansi- dys lof that he will post 1000 as a slde bet and that he is in tohdltlon to wrestle at ten days notice Coleman made his debut on the mat about seven jeaisr ago and sluce then Ins had nu merous umtcttu whiuing the majority e was twice defeated by Frank Goteh and Farmer Burns Auto Racing at prjmonde The whtefit commltiiBe of the Auto mobile Club of Ariiork has aaaaunpa hat tllrrncQi at OrniQiuTo Fill wift e held during the first week In March Ile big event will be a 25D oiih rev n whklt nothiasr but rac4ngets 1cukthat ears coaiyeiln lax tK r tort Tstcos must enter In plthof the I 250 tithe race or one of tile Ypt60 f lie races which will be bkt andl must maiutulu a pecd In that race oft leastfittymhies an hour c Al Klullor Crack Colts Muller tlllt crude thoionshbr d gelding at New Orleans that quit unbeaten HJf Colin bynny nerfonnV of his nge It own by Frank Clark son a wealthy hotel proprietor or Jacksonville ml Fletchert l Dryer malInger of Walnut Hill stock turin lii Lexlugton tKy boaglit the colt for Clarksou I1IfltP1Fof Milton Young u a yearling for JJ350 This tfrst time Dryver woItatize cott he ma n quar for In 23 2w geeiwaaartei only twenty n 0 eight days lia n ng it Rofctcrr and Dtlscoll toSoK For TIHo A tigs Cot the fieat1iorWhlgtfclnun4 Dloiishii of lRili ncbl StHl lCdeitlQ41 d T the National Sporting club ur London the latter 1firtornqoittlnoltU The kO1Robsouantl t weight ou the other lrhey 1aj 4 It tDOYOUnlow THESE FATS ABOUT LOUIS YULE 350Ooo ten5wisfradius of onl16 rsf ftji fiffIn farn wagons r5ewerpIpewoocje bozesand In prc4ucing tad bandlit 4m FIlL HOMES Its city propt uhu1jn is Dificent public buildings c1nrthe and is doTJOROUGi work andY never want KY OO The b r f a Al r COIN MOTTOES x t Inscriptions That Were a Jeytth- Cyniicaand Critits A collection of com mottoes gatiiered by an Italian stpden AnierJgD Scar jCi 4nu1tatlallpniod1czj1I bpluion tirntsrkhhixroript1ons1hs l ugh not led to be cyUlbltooorteIi admit of siicii IIillit rplft Jon throngi1 the I5rreistijvlta1bftof te paMIe of r Ignoring tbfe intention of te designer v and applying the motto to the coui4t self t SV Thus when tiirieSII knot the two piciUcf had engraved on bis sIK ver ducat he Latin wtjrds Daus onISufficit meaning 40ne is not ehpush1 all The world insisted on forgeran that the king referred to a single seep ter and enthusIastIcally agreed wltu4x him thatone ducat wasnt enouj5hioc auiyoIce5 i t On the codtcary a stonn of Ironical topposition jtasarpuged when Louis difBourbon king ofEirnrIaMin the early part of the last enm17 InScrIbe i Ijdeant Pauperas et Lacteatur tin hV corns The words mean Let the POOlsee and rejoice arid pjt course every one wanted to now whY jl poor man f should rejoice avmerelyfeeelng a piece of money t t On the papal comage ot 1573 bearing i the arD Gxgnry XIiI are the 4words Et Super Hanc Petram f fupon ihis ick Of course Ciei Jope and the art t wfio designed the cold meant the rqrds tqrefcr ttf tbepa1t cy but the bill minded applied them i so maliciously to thecohx Itself that the Issue was speedtlystopned Asimi liar oppOrtunity for evil tongues was afforded when the Knights of Malta coined an Issue of dollars with the sign pf then order the MalteSe croajj t alid v their motto In HocSIgno Mllitamus In this sign wecombat The ribald affected to take it as confession that with them money was truly the shlew of War A Venetian Ura dated Ii74ihs the somewhat ambiguous motto fIn TIblf Solo Gloria CJto thee alone ij glo r1 A sequin coined by OardtniiT ROZ gonico In 1744 bears the ords i enl Lumen Gordium prCome thou light pft hearts Clement XI Issued a coin ith an ihiagn ot the1Madonna with the legend Causa NQstrae L1etJtlaei Caqseof itir joyand a ViBaetlam piece with an allegorical figure of JIM tire with 7fhe words pstraMHl baa eiidtas1 Our jiapplnessr in thlst All these inscriptions wire liTsTenfiyf diverted lyhontemporaris fromtbefe true object tbTlie moiiey ItseLf l4 13 n r9retUu44ts 4 In manr business offlces fire tiJcketa are placed IDled with Wateryt Ipi readi ness for an emergency It is seldoaii says the Scientific American that M stcuctlons for use are pinned near thee Bupnlv Tfier wrong way to tackle am incipient fire Is usually te rltHwliole contents io a bucket e the jwti Jipst of the wiater is wasted bytW J- meansvA heavy sprinkling ivuii e effetfUve The water may be iplsbes4 c ontbebrate by Jbaud but a renMt ul sprInkler Is a long haind rhlewash brush One ftheBelihou1dfhai c Arv Jc tqt fire buckets b 1tJ Painfully Nateral i Playwright Is her aciinir MitpralX Manager enthtxslticauIyNatxnil2 Why when sheapnear r M MidyteK mpther last night JnMfaeKajteitt 4t who liaa her tIfiiusur jr50Sn- d Zjo who was In Ebb andknc fJMtyt sj tal ed Ikinaon TltBlti fti f W kKi1neys i Tk KUtaeys lorelr ioxt to wwk MHT Nerves Tho Kidneys like Use Jftwt tM iiRwmacb Sad their weete 1 iitself but In 1 n rr 4ai iEnotnndJrtrenKthea theM G1l1edlcinept101fCSK15 rek jjDdM 71awall Il3om lck adIttII k e ecaldiotis bad st IJ ot Brlghta or other dW or eney disease tryPf8fcoo iibkts or Lkzufdnd s a eM- ofoou Dfs5gt neI lr ShoipsS flsstoratiw RED CROSS DRUG STORE r It