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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c- I7AZZLD1 A tt- o J i INJM I tRW sInw14j i f h J jyxv 1f SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FEBRUARY 13 1908J J e I1IESiOL vIslILi ttG k it u 1y4 3t i F TRUSTY PltACTltAL 4D4TISTkz cr07it J nlwoIk atriuonable prices t mi work rtILt1eedtoItuGJnELD KY It 11 OW cMHET4Ryaa oftt 8PJWK0ilKtD county teat WuhUgto Coabr 5 ius south at pt i eun tpn 59 mites from Bardstpwc branch oi UTIIOCN Naskville iailroad in e YUle and i farminjc aBd africujtural district Two Egkstetegraph and telephones flnnrViills lumber tiRes CXPItC jarrtii Jottatt 1otlp8pii1tio of Mttttty 1500 eepceaentatfe1Ben Jpinsoa stJCrJtepr iektatIf imXeutmcky Lejfifi lAtureHoMHr C McChord inState Senate Hon w- Retztiye GT Jarglg Campbcllsville KT = J 11ICrtlr t 3m iDOtCUIT COURT rCItCortbegin5 H the fourth gOaaay i iPefecuarT MI J tU iOctp by bcrf1 H TaraanJad tirJia CommomwealtkAt 4g i w M elG1aner QIJAHTERlV COURT Oaarterly Court is held on tke third Monday in each month I L lt lyitsey Judge t COUNTY COURT l3 CcttHty Ctrl meets on tie fourthIc tfdndayin ecb m uth tu LLitseyJadge tiw4T Svye County Attorney t J 4 George eatiett JaU SneyourneS11c4 a BamAwleriOia I Dick Isham ti BerlctF4dt5 jcpuUS 163 Ed Masters LbJames r Moore County Snvev92f w T P QBryan Assessor Titcheli DeputY jr rSgobj4 Montgomery Ooromet Common liwBasB Bapt of 1C1IoolfIPO spriagfiuld CITY COURT J1 r JaSlJA It KM Police Judge John GraceIMarshal r W F GrigabYCItT91 roSTIC COUkT s3tIceadUCt0bC r April JUlY l Church DirCtQrY a UETHODISjr CHIJRCa I- fBevG Castor SerW tqofl Firfet and TTiird Sunday ui dlOlit pifl- sunmlaychoolererIr sunaayatlOa4B Prayer wf evCr- 3aght W da j tn CA THOL1CtCHURdB uaeHaJp st r Ser Ray P FR Ices pverr Sunday at S a djlO octotf alryices t stRoeBeth PE SBTTKSIAN CHURCH Rev K EC Law on Pastor cldJlKeveris n ay tll am Hat 7 pm usday school ever t1 daTt 10 LRI Prayer ue t lIi very ThwradaY eyeD1Dt a7o91cl BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Win Harrison Wiiliama Pastoi Preaching every Sinday at 1J an attd 741 pAi Sunday School everC at930apray meein pBda1rerT TM 4aT evetuBff at 745 dcioc 3 L tomuSTtA CHURCH cR vVF Rogers Past r Ser icesfliaad fourth Sunday Sunday l93Oa j f Tl- Fraternal t Orders it i5CA OXlC ODGH Spri gIeldlodgt t0 Ko SO aeet first and third Mouday attack month WaikimytnR A Chapter No 57 eets every tc4 rsea1ai aprhtKaecQncn ioS2eetsnr- vUortkOnd4y JLVUttHT Of TXX M ACAgKK8 Meet a J t ichtc KofelForIndigestion l V 1 I Our teanufte CMtpi I M efw jUat Ijiilir ItJMC19 P ntmttt yvu mumuf Try efiI aM wi7tc0 t 4MM of the kdwwuIfra7Is bi- T 21wbatYouEa CLJ f r i r Rotft 1sP4 it if iS 7 b i 1 IIOBSERVATIOIIU tTY HE CROP OF 19 1 gfow or not to u that is be question rhieuiri agi1-i ang f the mind of neaHJc e y- Itobaccogrower inV itigt4n ounty jut POW A1I hu e rge4 to cut out be crrn brg nd manyhave sigi tfipd tjieti ten lion so to do jut not aii tior even the half and the iindica ivns are at the prpgent writing tbal there w 1 be a go d if not V average crop of tobacco pFantdfd in WashiD ton county Of course Jething may turn ap to change ftV1standsrs the serithnentis decidedly in favor of planting another rop i t The Iccal lonacco farmers those t ho are membcrs of the Society larel erits against planting a crop lot 1908 They realize possibly that it jis agood way to bring the AmerIcan Tobacco Co to termsI cutting down the snpp y and cmg the trust to buy the poole crops buJ the Double ii3 ill ifework If CJLB haltof the tobacco g1owbrsIt r f Keiitucky refuse to plant any tobacco in the present v ar artd and there is none grown elsei where the eff ct ou the rnaike PJrecta1bJets wherCt Hrodghouii the Bur y tobacco district by eowdi ons W1tsbit1 ton coniy tU cot ng out of the 1906 urpjS eii wot e great UCCCSP Qopi tlutothiatt damp Ho the enbhusaq cL weakens the nhhinc evtin hosegrors1vbe bave ben ai to tlWB urIey Society and ase responded prlflply and ttbMuUptto every ftf from the Oietyis the Iaiure f tIi t aniz3ior rto make good ife oriiJgctrbe financial striinc ar 1erunfbrseen iJ t oircnustaueisI CoflSpiitid r1jplans of tlie protatctedr tt- mety6ut the rflsllUt rnoains And that te jotfar as JBfriy wU II ee Many farmers assert and oe faefe appear to jVj sSf their cUfm l ruttto tfiss Tptyjjfcjg a tp naccq crop tih ye suftl mein great financial euib4rrassment not Borrfplete disasiiri There re a large t number t f farmtya Washington county whose j nost soffe dependences ttirir to- ndCQ erpp Many have ko H debt for teir farms and hVf milt expenstve t baoco bs rnf j1nd toluwattJ iicoinie ftoQ h wbftqco crop suddenly bi t off would Rroye a 4dsastfrj1 w4ifetir y areiaot prepftretf to oieei tii1fiire l tJ t h F Nci irtt bas the opp ll iqty of mkln reputMiQdr jto hiiris l tnd of deferidiftgatiid ae Usti rn pholdms law and ord4 it mtuckYi We heittv Mr Ne- icrk 1 with the proper 4 tJfttjt of- hc 1aqaias weltg he Sat civil athbniLrns IH c y hjJ dutyt A d patch from Hopkiua vilfe sav s Undtr Mjj At ir 0toi p tli rtotftH fro n Cih f rrV Jg 9iid Ketftock of Mi- dlsbil iS arrivtdibre hiss mor ri tjrtt7Mitrha1Nei f irfe caqi anIe line atid iliJ ton- iIy ma c itI tgiflUL Hopktntwl4 aid O5if tt uiUtacy protejp lou fa j 3 beU1an joder tho order of ttwpr Got ernor rhed tail is pie1tc a dstrr ringittmes are oQlcsc for vlvl nr NeiKirk and his gunn Ii aye tb city and pen t ata ivjrtionn lud the towns in Tl gg tvhk 1P urniS Jed men Tbfe oattle between lux nut tlllefntthe judjciary gb outr here it is andai ready many men have cOnimurjii sated with Neikirk ufferijog tto give him ipfyrmaion WbiQft he cm follow up with tile ffoweri given him Hewjl tl ffnounct none of his pans butla drama will be unfolded 4ijewujiln ft few montifas vphich vivjil attnic i the world It will ueailiij breaking tip or tbe cotivinut actiylty or every nigjhtrider W Kentucky i t PILESliii let imiKdiatl relief frot Ir Stops 4gfc Oint- mentEllA V Fair View L f 4 Eira Rose and Mary Truax re turnedvfMonday after a weeks visit to friends in Louisville j Lafe Carney and Mort Garden were io our midst Tuesday and Wednesday n- K Gao Mowl sold his tobacco ite James Moore for QG peg ouclt PMpOartiey and daughter Ora dmnewith Mr and Mrs Mat Tru K Thursday r Sc iool openad here Tuesday with Miss Jeuniej Logsdpn fas teach rr MiirGarrett Qlarkwitaud Ilittle daughter visited Mr Ed Yoct m fcjaturday and Sunday v x 5i4r 4 Mrs Pitts Lud wick and eon Etun itt of Hun ers DepotMis- sfjj Oliver ofS 1qffie Ad Mo acd dhil Irs ore vf hen GE9 g and 1 rtiVJSr at tIt iion of MrLN Pi Olive ebg in hpnJr AtTu 66b1 ttidajMr Oliver repi ved averil mice pppf ents Mjft he live long to enjoy many mp e Th rewili be pre 4hmg tlNew Blipe S ndayi 1 Mt Thomas GrigsbyiSjiVfiry ill at this writing rif Ludwickand sonliay herJ f turned home after a feV dais vislttore1atives here Qra Wjliieani Myrtle Car ey rand rsrCJhnfri Bte erso yisitd he4othe of lirls Js HTdes1y SurLy Jj M rss Lizzie Oliver has refcu rn edJjdur town after a few day visil to paents and s at Modrsviile t jf 4 Manysleepless Nights Owiugto- vf Persistent Couqn Relief fonnd at Last For seVerotlwinttrdP sJi my has tte most vifeI lliar and dipagrepable eolith iYixarlabty extended overa period uf I seveial weqks and caused her man teopless nights writes ill jflay redtor of the Burley7 olo BuloJ Ptfn Various remodlas were tried aapihyoar with no beneficial result InNovember last the cough again potin aa appesrance acdimyt viffj acting on the suggestion of a friehd pnrchaeed a bottle of Chamberlains Cougfi Intemedy The result Was iir deed marvelous After three doses the c ugh entirely dissappeared and hIs not manlfasted itself since This remedy is for sale by Haydon t Robertson WillFerret put NightRiders- qkisvjJleHO Ky Ptb7Tn pursuance of bis purpose tp iriaSe a thorough investijationf of teopelations pf thfe night ritifets i nc Kentucky the new hfJfjtel Marshal WF Nei kidf Wtll arrtxc in Hopkinsvillo t ytoml un the following ij ri probably institute a 16ii y at i jjT ry Assurnncej i Ccbaaie from Gov W illson iiitSh Skte proposes to ferret iiiy w ftptlior of tUe numerous i9iSi and klprednt ons that havfr iep tJhift gioa in vcondionf pff punishJnFXdfrtJeir c FireJilarJ- 1ai Nikii1ietp ss o remain in BtpklnslI1ei as J ntDbiis M f may be nejded anM wiil maj0 thist city his head qojteri t tnporkrliy while rol iug up jiui iu vetigations iii- iI1iregularw4ftrtKtni5n6kyv titftUjLiartLrteis win be in Oov V4IaOisIawo1dee iinLoujsyil etf ki eikrrk iit is undrstio- clbateudyt brt supplied with a iJMgA huiount if material on l rfi to begin the probing i- fhiiglit rid r outrajjes and it roo4fidentJy expetittd that j Hk lie speedy jvudimijabti l JJjfctiQns He fs i ptoensmion a lajvyvr Ij nd is said tr to ttu4fBrly fitted byiterjm hthiund tc taVniog J9rjheiwort hhts eiitr d upon 2hci February term of llw Olinstain CircuitA lpudiivljl tie gin in two weeksThe gjjvVrdd1os- iViO dttiii ot State Guardsmen orierecf heie b Adjt Gek lPJ9hIlStlJJWJ1remain while dot it is insession HoW much 9D ersoldj rs Will be kept on g11Jr1is not known yjiive Muishal Nollilrk will be aceSnTpauied toHopklftiville by U1T1Jut thimted8tes Marshajl ajpt Hughes the regular arij j man tDveutly ap inei jutajut expectCdi ate in lie investigation Mr Hei irn will not cOittne fiiatelf L to detain g into tIe QUtrnltps of thllast few months bat will re openijbhe Princeton raid inyesti gationsand all night riders cases in bis jurisdiction since that rjne JGripje is sweeping the country IStopit with Pre entics before it gets deply late 1 VTo heck early colds with these little Candy Cold Cure Tablets is surely sensible anll safe Preventics cot in no Quinine no laxative nothingharsh or sicken iing Pneumonia would never appear1 if early cojdswere promptly broken J gofcd fpjr fevtrrfsh children Lar e box 48 tablets 2ocents Vest Pocket boxesS cental Sold sby the j Red Cross Drugstore tf ft t Great Kentucky eudI- r TMaripn 9 if iltV g in tb- ebgwnes t chair in tne P6lic Court jhw atorwQon Join Hat 1w off ICfentoetijj son of Cap jiiatgedrr Jetder of the Oi4t MH3eTaitttI4 feud in G sarj county Kentucky lt- jli rs ago ftgtr IVd the Mayor hi Sherin aud the pplce by WljUgL fpr uUe fintr time bis f tjtrskte Vftlv feu al traire tvbEJaLtildsIced foi a night tiding and to btcijommoda d lhhtdto b arrested on1 a churJe 1Vlr Y i UfJetjroJb1ie 1Ireov a igdcJatci JtifJetd Father 1rl ltdMP i a yiQurig shout McCoyf chh4iQd psyhisc forlr liafn1et It fl Action time and thr ahM d Mc Q v for the L aior ey JsaD wu insulted firedjfh farrfJtipi missed its mark and Htlber dr47hi gun nd silo a ud killed 3 QQV Qthjs w the beginning of ti great feud which foI1oived Rtfitdtbozt toldthe rourt of tbe iorri1ilel tth of bis viLUe siu r He s0 fhV his sister VPda Hi WasKbarini dies luif lbe ro 4sidP wbot sli a S rd birlicCbaIFj9eydIftflL ppI fnvf tCllp ground l1dtjn t leg to etch t hPI1 aL9w1 ti sap iugso enftuck4 let yS when IN attprnptrkkjio kCtb4e tbM 4x4it oo of his ijlIfrtI beTi Spe is OQtd by hn evra1 btcUV3ft1trt1et fcerri tAetiaoo hfl1 ttQOm111itlferlr ltIC prisoner said that bis father wht1tkdl buHftte iia iwdded n his body 6 tiring the l thrift year pffjhe Tend iis dying at Hrfcx 8prinfo Ark F1e lis HatnVld saidpas SO ybtrs old tx had a istr MrM M mite Jqi1nOls iic1iig in ourn1u- ho hnd in llk1j posSeSSion mostrt of Ithe weapons used by lVdjf rather during the feud Save MoneY by Buying Chamber Iains Cough Remedy You vriL pay just as much fora bOttle of Chamberlains Cough Rem edy as for any of the other coug in iii cines btt you save money in buying it rhe saving is in what jou get not what ypu pay The surcto cur vou quality is in every bottli of this remedy and you get results when you take III Huyingcooghinsdicine is an important matter Fejjected COldb of en develop serio is conditions and when you buy a cough medicine be sure you are getting one that vI1- IOUreyourCo 1 Whcp you buy Cham remedy you tak no cures Price 24 bcrlaitljCouJh otU For sale by Raise ih Marion jhe total raise math by thtf recent boa dl of supervisors ariiocni4 to 2601346 Tbi iis niurtiithe laVgeS raise returnef by any biat in yrs and the greater part of it to be exact l7768Lusppod those items which oome under the clussilica tifi n of caJ There weK iin 1LI jon pe sonsv effec etL Tb target raize made was in th US5SSUJ ni bt the late Ji G 1Phillips wt irlv was ncreaVed 38521 1he sttof the ltMrsJoho McEroy was raised 18J55 liHst year the total raiaa madt by the board OfFU- PfrYJsdlslaa 193444 Stand Bay Bns will eet injtpmischipf often it means a burnor cut or scald Apply Ball ardsSuowIvlnimentijuat as soon as the accident happens and the pair wiirjjfeirelieyed while the wound wHl heal qutplily and nicely A sure ure fotf sprains RtVennutisin and all sprains Price 25c 50c and 100 a lotUe Sold by Ivtu jess inij tcrc kentucky Disgraced riILah Tuesday morriing 200 cowardly ruffians with their face hdden behind masks rode USJIty shot up the townt destroyed by fire 30OQO Yortb of property and beat up two men arid an unoffending woman and did it because Mr Henry Bennett their victim kept his tobacco warehouse as he has the right to io independent of the To ibacco Association wtiioh is attempting to control the tobacco lIt rket il this Slate Men of Kentucky Shall we r nger submit to the outrages of the contemptible feon who hid s thJs face behind a mask shall we er be awed to inactivity by the incendiarys torch shallivfe onger keep silent when tbp political demagogue catering to the ignorant and vicious at fcvmpts to write upon the pates of our statute books absurd Jaws fcbat In no wise reach the evil of which complaint is made that tprotecItoftntraveries our sicred Bill of lights You gentlemen of the Society of Equity disclaim any contec don with orcountenai ctof these ouivages which have occurred not once nor twice nor thric but many times You have your Representatives In the pres ntLegislaturej of Kentucky decliIR 9 preset tail yes join hands wi hi tne governor enact a law und r whIch upon suggestion of the total uthbrities or theJaw officer of tbe State that IOCH Oai ionsare sucn thdfra Iocl trdhct jury wil noVndict or a iocn1 pen jjury will notjconvpt t tlo t t in such cis s the investga iibir arid trialtor the charge t t e bitl ibefore agr nd Jury ndaa petit jury of some other county ut thtrStat v Carre movedefI S Q h tnrrible Iccal corditi ns iSueli Jidrribl condiiipn Jd e st ii scjn rounbtes ot thiafciat itifc agrafi l jtirj wiU not indict not a pfeiit jury cotfvict t e 1UkCd nuda4idfrntjjry GCI1t1kIflefl ofJtqlttlin tie Legisiatuil of Kenlucky c toSe iQre the passage ofsiuhu tktnd such aJaw wr fAn o itltPthaseRuKtu If your orgarizition rcal4 ethegood f the agricuHu rI1t1R3esyouI nmv h ye mien in pa i iiotji tortCt promptly nid etfasftively Will yuIi pkn rnetn tqdo it You bgJegisla tvoo igains 1 the tru t that Clt1 ois your market If you are hones b ajild fair seek vithte s me solicitude a dief aga iist Nigh Riderism Mr McChord and Mr Camp ti4kYou are euch of you raeg i tith nir ability and with exjiei rr nce You are eaei of you personal iderxti Bed with the Sxnety lf Equity Voo eiicb of jOti7 have avote npd a widje tttTufiue lin the pr sent Legte tutei tlare ooh Brave men and honest proei toKentucT itbis the stuff of whl K YOu are 4id e 8thnfo rd Iuterior Journal J Indicts Saloons The grabd jury uvOntilta l ilgM hns returned Wtb court m liupflred and twetitvbne in ticjiients and siti iis said tht oefoie he bodyad o r1 ta gr i1t The Jar of Coughing Hammer blows steadily ap plied break the hardest rock Coughing day after day jars and tears the throat and lungs until the healthy tissues give way Ayers Cherry Pectoral stops the coughing and heats the torn membranes rhe beat klad of kiawSold for over nbttr TMrs Xidb by 0 A7rtr OLLOS XMS A 1Iatarst t1uers1IWK1 w M ie- th t1d tr1M etu r L1I 1 giitouncIy OItMswthAyr aJ f may more will be found aga ribt violators of the JaWi Spmewhafc of a sensation has beeu created by the returnof Almost one lum idred indictments against two saloonisls at NewHope who are charged with ViMnting the ll1 cal option laws The charge stated in the indictments is sell ing liquor in a local option terrI- tory Fift eighti of these true bills are against W A Ferriell and thirtyihhJe aaainst Mf Rosa Qleasbn The law it is said provides a tine of from CO to 100 for each offense Other indictments that have been re turned today are for offenses as follows selling liquor In a local option territjrj 16 gaming 4 assault and battery 2 breath of the peace 2 housebreatung 2 robbery 1 carrying poncealed It malicious 5Do ting abiain iag proper y by falsepret nses lEiterprise 1 Tec JannnD Off PlacG itJlArasrttjumping off place when was advfsed to try Dr Kings Nw Discovery and I want to say right now it saved my life Improvement began wiJh the first bottle anH after taking ore dozen bottles I was a weil and happy man again says Geog Moore f Gtimesland N C As a remedy for c jugljs and cold and hpaier of weak sore lungs and for preventing pneumonia Nw Discovejry iis supreme 50c and 1 00 eft Haydori Robert ons druggists Trial bot free DeathKI Jap1sin Ky Former Judge ams Hargisi west hot and al must instantly killen by bis son Beecb Hargi The tragedy occurred in Judge Hirgis stole and no onn 8Wi the bfginning of the struggle Beecn Hargis bad been drinking hard for several days and this afternoon walked intohis fathers store Wit occurred there no one seems to know Judge Uargis and his son were near the middle of the room when the shooting began Young tiargis fired three shots in rapid succession arid Judge Hargis staggered back cryingtHOh mercy you have tiJ1edme and called for help Beech tbenI tired two more shots all taking effect in the abdomen and heart Judge Hargis was carried hom where he expired in a few mJments if you have Crtarrh ridyourse of this repulsive disease Ask Dr Shoop ot Racin Wis to malt you free a trial box of his Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy A simple single test will surely tell you a Catarrh truth well worth your knowing Write today dont stiffer longer Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Hand Wanted A- single man of exemplary character to work on a farm For partrculars address WM H TUMEY rr4 McComb Ilir Aslc Yourself the Questtar Why not Use Ohamberlai s Pain BalmtwheD you haye rheumatism We feel sure that the result will be prompt and satisfactorv On appllca tioq relieves the pain and many havebe n permanently cured by its use Pain Balm Is a liniment and applle4 Bxternally to the afretd parts 25 and 50 cent sizes For sale by Haydou Robertson IWhite Coall in Kentucky t Xnii JllJerof miaiSonvillGbaF ijust returned home frm McLean 0 ntywlie e hehas been engcv bd in a revR al and he Qas brought home with him a specimen of Wnite coal It was obtaiotd from a maufwhq lives vYrighli burg and who is looppn T slop mine at ID earJyeite The coa1 will be mined fur doqaes ic iifie The sample is of a white coior and very light lleavc r neither soot nor cinder after burniig and makes red ashes resemb ling those ma3e in WOOL fire Shelby Kecor d + mf f valHille Renedyftf Gilds aN t rfiU WW Gray an attorney at Wehat dhee 1frlaY8cI kaTe Hil Oharao rlaiBs Cough Remedy iIs mj family for cold and avouj jrlthgoL a1dJ remedy by tile 1 Re q tD17 SUBSCIl17 r J =w r Confidence Iwheneathgthatyourhighest whoesomenesstht it has j I nothing in it that can injure oc r distress youniaes the tepftrt doubly comfortable and satisfactory This supreme confidence you have when the food is raised with IOAIJ BgkhiJPhidrt f aboII1frPar rr The only lb1IkiDg9wdrd t nthRo7alGrapeerofT beTheredence when powderorlesoftha1umpocjcjerjj4iaij alumordumsafis remains inthe food t Long Fight iNe ring Ld Mr f N Wflisis about w- vura loQidra t nou fight before the Court of Clims Wash ington DC for the Ite Dr vVQ Roptrds The claim em itated from personal property tken during thebatlle ofPerry Vj 1Jgoldjer rivtom hasalre dv ben al t twdand nil thatremains t6 be done is to forward the power of ittbrney 0 theVyashingon laTV you in order that tftey may gret the amount pUced iin the Om arms Bill which will be up fqf passage within the next f fv weeks by Congress Tha am ount allowed is 1980 by tie ourt The matter has been be sore the Court fdr some seven teen years fdis considered quite a vlctory for Mr Wells who has done a great deal of h ird work upon the matter It Jis a well known fact that the Government never keeps any funds on hands for such claims as these but the money bas to be appropriated for each seper ate claioi Danville Advocate Stop that tukling cough Dr Shoops Cbugh burs will surely stop it and with perfect safety It is4o thoroughly harmless that Dr Shqop tells mothers to us nothing else even with verp younff babies The whole some green leaves and tender sterns of a lung healing mountainous shrub furnish the ctratiVe properties to Dr Shodps Cough cure It claiifls thje cough and heals the sensitive bron chial membranes No opium no chid rjform not ling Harsh uspd to injure or suppress Demand Dr Shop Take no other Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Sale2 t OnI my pace one half mile from Springfield on Booker pike dn Feb 29 Win sell 4 aocd work horses 2 cows sow nnd seen shoats 1 jewp horst wagon good hay frame cuilti vaWr and two plows All sums under flO cash over thaj id 6 and 10 mouths MUie Saosbury Aewhen you dont jeel jnat right when you have a had stomack takeasaIadffbn not tbmetbiif that will stimulate fpr a time but soetraifl that will pOsitively do tke very work that the towach performs umdtr or dlnary and normal co ditlos ething tllar W1Umlre the food 4let t To do thisyo aa t take atigeataBt like Kpdoll ForDvsi pstt Kodolii S scifBtlflc prepaqttkm of yegtable acids with Batutal digest aatsaad coataiaa the a jjaiees found in a healthy at aaefc K ck dose will digest lIoe tltaa 3000 gratiBB of good food It k 1tIR tc dMi prompt relief it tfigeftt what you eat aln4 k pfeUftbt la Ukt JIiW- Jby the Jted CMNM Drug SUijt StaIirSeJe 7 I hay for glt fint gsaclp- urpose l sa11ioaj iNn et 1 badhi f1 1Md licris A r p4r Priot l2ifiM JtQW For fitt E IpforaaMo ell O 01 ctrMlt aIf KAYS Antioch Kf r cw if t ic t H I t wY 1iJ1 ft jco l i f y i I t Si t s Commissioners Sale Waihlngt n Circuit CourtyB D Lake r Pit ii f uityvMr 4 Dftlv By ylrtu2of aJugeatawjrof s1le of the WashaocrcmitCourt rendered atthe October1 tern 1 1J07 in the above sba1i style panee I l theCourtWashington county KrtOil t MONDAY FEBRUARY 34 W or 1ther1uP9n h erty to wit IIA certain tract or parcel of laud lyinr and being in Washington coun tyrytl the waters ofPJe as ltRun and at bounded as f llowSt BegIn l r cioughcrsthence N322 poles to nary iti a stdhe in the line of same thence r 2ti3 w 59 Nrpoles ta4 hickory r cprner to same thence N37J treef16 20JOO poles to a stone in the hue k of same thence N 4055 W 25 32lpoles to a stake thence 72 100 poles to the center OfPItRun thenceup saie as It JaeUMB 522 E 15 2GlOo poles tkc S 27fJ34 pQles thence S 811 W 3tp4e Itdthence S 691 W 17 peie thence V 3160 poles S 14 W Z pI3iS 4Eltpbles S53E2poes II JUiO 100 poles S 303 EMthence leaving said river uJilaJjCreek up the said creek with ltc tneanders S 87 E 29 ple ifce at i tlJ E 2780 poles to aratoae coraertCaD atIcreek2 farnorth thence leaving said creek N astoertsamethenceNI a Jtone Xl 1 Jcorner to taaifthence N 2IE 1360 pelel to a otoM rornerto ej thence N 1114W 45 poles to the begiaaiaf coataiaiaf 1ft t ti Iiicres and 8 square potea hri f thesame l BdCOIIveyeci to It C Cuoary JJjby Aoralaaa ur Thic laM essitains about tweatylTe 4acres o Irns ottOJil laJtd as well aM a in oftobacco luML f t Aauat of t It iInterest oatrIg7ilf v 4 I 4 I J Total HW 17 I J Fpjr the pnrchMe price the f r f JIat Sc sonds bearing legal Wenet fiW r tate of sale notti paid aM hsivfgeforc e and eec of aJsM15lieu will be retaliped lead fist vhicl1 bond Ia xocMoi ill tprpUywithM U L1ACKMX M clr c i f itINaMm4S f f 4 T1erea4euotaIspap wMJI i olT karm that then f M 1s tHat Me 4rMk4 rllrI 3k YA aIitirf 7 fhUCMrrk CfIs tile osly p JTOt ewe Morr kaows to Mo I tfrater i4y Catarrh bqa miMt 1uLtIMral1rvtrM the blood ajtf 1r the ttOMi tberib iiau L Y t 4he4 the cw Ut ttHi aW rMl f ftto ocrtt I1faiLtit Tht pporIja arf so Ila Its uuutts pow HIM Iy iuoUo- esfsravyc M It- cIes M IIst1bvuhI c r iS 1dbaUdruUILSTiMn Bail VMflij PHk Ar CM t1f J 1 4Di i4k 1 b is Mitas I0 1I1 osbIs or- M Lei RodolPmmiLi r fit NftSLCADER Prrv riirrftIVAY + t ij 2 i SPWWCPIBLD ICY i4 ei DAVIN ilrIt ii JftIOMItT 18 13 190 HLrr Na KLifit 1 flS IILIeOked over ihelic tioavirfftfttttt State Senator sad aJihovjrfa raators Ot dhg aa4nd anrP1ot wbwoud settle the matter I fcftTtftMJjiag thick and fit Ha bM bsi aotaing dope to wage brpakte the deadlock r Tbart fcaiJWn ntixt to nothing k 1gkLaciakUo spptaijs tobe c m f pJeWeckr N J TiM Jttot nor T 1 RrriLsbs IIi Aitridac wulIeKazw la ott da l CiUn ofttwtpjfto was iiotifiedtha I b w t di ch w his q egro ook Ifniirht riders only i kw it tiMj are tackling a tough Sob Whit hey undertake vto- Wfulatt lbs coon That is the- iWckwhWi has wrecked manyr sia lMkpers peace of mfnd ZYII7thj bak lit the stoiac I Iki be tain acertJegMszckthfoodaot being di gtd Take aodataraIdiKtait that digestvsdoing Ta best a reMjrkMfrm today for all rtomach tr ubs itLeHJwJlickisKMranteedI t fife idIStMt 1pfeplMMMtto takea d Iii sold here by tk Red Cress Dotf Store teIFLa grippe seems to have zd taken holdof every oLe as treani Mteral new cases in tti nghborhoodelirt Twjrman Keen and wife TMtt d tbe letters father Mr IiT J Nallj of Bardatojvn JutSaturday and Sauda- yI0r tbjo of Mrs Sam olphenKBbfjultj tXattbMr Polin Mclntire of Union tpiis risitins relatives h e J1i6se who dined at the home oP3Lr and Yea Frank I egn k t week wer Mr and Mrs ChaPs NalIy of Louisville Mr and Mrs Edd Whealley Mrs Batia Wheatley and gMsud Mr and Mrs T P Keen Mr JO Bnsor made a bus DtMiI trp to Bardstown one dayilast wMk Mm S R Alvey gave a soci al Sunday afteruoon in boner of her lw Miss Teresa Haydon of Dam Station- sThe family of Mrs Tere Biadford who ha7e been ill of a grippe are improving Mr and Mrs Kent FieldsI wer tbe pleasant gussts of Mr and Mrs Edd Kid well Sunday Mr Tom Wheatley is visiti g relatiyea iIR Nelson county this week Mr Quilla Blandford of Lot isville is visiting his Parents here IMr 58kiArB Cam ronof Blinco at tended church at St Rose Son da1j v t1 A weak Steaach means weak Stom f tack serves always And this is also 4 trW ot the heud kidneys Ittpity that sick ones continue to the stoaach or stimulate the HeI p aadiKtdaeys The weak nerves not tHe ergana theaielvcs need this help ThY ta1M why Dr Shoops Resto ratiye has and is promptly helping so laay Mck oaes It goks direct to th- ecae of these diseases Seat this vi ai trutbaBd seeSo1d by Red Cross tDi1ig Store i SaiL t ip mof haf mite frngAe1onl Booker pe on rfoi2V Will sell 4 goci khOrH 2 cows sow a4 MaB aboate 1 two horse l wsgood hay framej tjuilif Vj taiMi two plows IWJl derll0 cashla f IOlDontbayi i MtMiesaisbary L rj sInOatytjewyyikelabott tk Jaye a back1g if1l sOIkISI I lit Is is H tJtJMiIf t Mp j 1u jWp r1ASper pittle LOW IicI9N nBtO J t Forest View Mr Pat Hamilton of ner Piiidhrillej wasvisiliing r laiiy a add friends here a few days sipce Mrt Monte Fox ot Danville tad Mr Slick Matt ngly of Lou isville stood by tIe bed of Mr Wat OTBryan during hsgicjc tMr Walter Eiriey of Dayis countyis npto seebiso1ittie boy at his grand mothers o4edIeyk lf rtf MrsI Miss OatherinetMedfey is op a lengthy yisit among fri ndS in Shelby county p Mr Fletcher Cslrrico is ready to make wire fen e for anyojie when calledQn any kind Mr Raney of Ik arion countyI Who bought Mr Welshs farm adjoining this place is moving Mr Griham who bought the old toll gate property has corn jj m epCedbl 9 ksm LbI JLtnIJiI the s1opOeJongi g tp Miy h6mas 0 BcVan He will aLso mend and Ihwa1fsoleshoeIN FOND REMEMBRANCE hce fountain the wh elattbe cig tern the pitcher at the spring devotedfatberneighbor has t departure ffrom the busy ketbiS of life we trust to tja and happy land aboveMr Watt tBryan arid the writer of these lines were bound ibginher with the reatest ties ofriendsDip outII ey have been tr but it seems jo day we will again SleredbssUni be untied in the He was always i the band of cbaiity wherever Ihe saw that it wait needed He feelhigltod and to pour healing balm on e bruied and broken hearts a citizen husband father and friend be p ssessed these grand and loving virtues which nobles human life and imparts dignitv to human action and in ach of thesa different relations his great loss will be mst sor rjwf ully felt Nti weeds bram els or thistles were ever harbors dIn his breast He was operihearted and ppen handed bul- lasa his manlyform has returned dust And there awhile remain Tjll Christ at last By Gabriels blast Shall call him back again His strong arjis liejlcoJdori his breast his warm heart has eased to beat his eyes haye g 7rowntoo soon hIS name will be for otten among m nNothere iis one whose memory Will cling andI wine around his past lifelike ivory and mirtle over his tomb iHe was a life member of the Catholiccburcbof the Domini can order and a few days before bis death while clad in tnit graQdandnoble mind which he possesed be received all the sacrametits of the church His prayers were as regular as the tick of the clockHis seat was scarcely ever vacant in church on theSabbalhor other church day By hard work and gooU managemeni he collec ed quite a littlel fortune nda short time priori to hi death he made his DrkeUya Iaml1yascommunity We are requested by Mrs Obryan and sons to return tbeir most liartfe1tthanks through this poor effort ofoufs to all of their friends for the lov ing favors rendered gthescenes during which they have just passed and especially those from Louisvi1lwho donated tbe beautifnll1ural designs sent for the funeral t A FRIEND t StMpfe leiKtfy FK UWifte- v Laigrippe coughs are dangerous as thep fregueatla develop into pneu monia Foleys Honey and Tar not nly stops the cough but heals and streugthsns the lungs so that no seri ous results need be feared The genuine l lhy8 Honey and Tar con tains no harmful drugs and is n a yellow package Refuse substitutes Sold by the Red Cooss Drag Store IHardlnsCihile1 IMiss Mary Lanham was the guest of her cousin Miss Hattie L boMr and Mrs HS Litsey Mrnd Mrs JI Brewer and son Franblia spent Sunday with the family of B w Fen wick Miss Adray Canary and Magi 1eHiat spent Saturday night LogSdonIvisiting her relatives atF nwick this eek Mr James Epperson sold twenty five mules to a firm in T flenfleseepain of work mules from Mr Q danielfMr Edward Fenwick was in Lebanon Tuesday on business We are glad to report th sick iin this community much better THE ROSE Hailet had melancholy probably used by an Inactive liver A bad liver makes one dross and irritable causes mental and physical depression aad mayre suIt disastrously Ballards Herbine is acknowledged to be the perfect liuer regal ator If you are blue and out of sorts get a tt1eb today A positiae cure for bil ious headache constipation chills and fever and all liver complaints Sold by the Red Crow Drug Store Texas Miss Mattie Begley and Miss K itherine Campbell spent Fai day night with Mrs Hat iet Miss Bertha Hays is on the sick lisoI Rev R L Purdoin iis very sick with la grlpp at this writ i ingMrsBrady and Mrs Crosby1 were in town shopping Saturday Mrs Powers has gonij to her sons near Springfield where sbe w il say for a while MrsR E Whsyn and son Sidney are in Louisville at daughters where she will helI for several weeks Mr ClarenceGood and c jusiu Charlie Goode have purchaseD the store of Mr GW Murpny Mr Murphy will jeo o tIe farm vaCated by 1tIr Goode Miss Ethel Pope is SICk with la grippe at this writing Mr Clarance Pope and Mr Henry Peterson and Mr Bur Begley have been to Louisville toseil tobrcci The report isI that they all got good prfces Mr John Rimberlin purchas el a crop of tobaccx of Mr C F Bosley and one of Mr Thorns Hartley and others of tbe Lick Run neighborhood which he ex pects to ship to 4be Louisville market tbia ween Messrs Fleece and Lee Goode base delivered their tobacco tto parties near Bradfordavill for which they leccived eleven cents vi8itinKherCocanougher of Lbs place Mr Leslie Purdom wife and little daughter are visiting Rev RL Purdom Mr Tom Balky and wife are visiting the latters parents Mr and Mrs HJVAQocanougher of this place Mr Joe A Thompson was in J IMre XdHays at fa per barrelpSeveral crops of tobacco pass ed through here Saturday being dehveredto Mr Harry Thomp sop of Spring eld which he ex pectstQpnt in his own little pool Mrs W arr E Dorsey has gone to Parksville to visit friends and relative weere she will remain about six weeks GUESS WHO The Mn i Country Store Tbe country storekeeper has fewer ad accounts on his books than he car ried some years ago said tames A Chambers of Coffey MOo This is be- ausc be sells at a smaller yrofit and on a cash basis It was not so many years ago that we had to carry accounts for some pretty well to do farm ore for six months at a time The reason for this changed condi on is largely due to the high price I and large demand for poultry amNI eggs i pay out to one farmer for poultry and eggs enpugh money every month to pay all his grocery bills and many other current expenses Another farmer receives as much as 50 a month from me for chickens and eggs The farmers are raising more chickens ow than ever before and they are getting the highest prices for them The poultry products of the ordinary arm now amount to abont as much Iin value as the live stock or any other kind of farm product Washington Post Making Thrills la Easy New In an article treating of moving pic ture photography Popular Mechanics says The exposure of a hn can be stopped instantly and at thewUt of the operator It is due to this fact that isome remarkable results are obtained Thus several years ago there was asfilm in use that was very popular It depicted a than crossing a railway track and being run down by a loco motive It was made by having an engine approach the man then stopi ping the film jut before he waa truck of course not showing his leap to safety The train again approach td a dummy was thrown before It and the machine started The result wuI a picture showing the man apparently being ground to death beneath the wheelsIAn Inftnuous Question Frederick Starr the University of Chicagos professor of anthropology described at a dinner a native boy whom he had met in his African tray OIL This boy said Professor Starr often saw me reading and the proc sea At once Interested and perplexed him Through an interpreter one day he questioned me about it i Reading again sirr he asked Yes my boy said I Well sir said he thaT often seen yon reading You read books NowIIc or the white A iird SUry Two house martins buUt their nests against an attic window of a farm to which the birds had come for several successive years Last spring how ever before they trrived an enterpris ing sparrow took np her abode in one of the nests Shortly after this the martins returned as usual and one day the farm people noticed that the hole of the nest which the sparrow occupied had been blocked up Next morning a boy cllmbejd up to ascertain outIIfind the poor sparrow dead oft her eggs The house martins bad walled her up for daring to take possession of their aoDfterChicago f Aunts Nflwjj It seems to me that Mrs rarely get the aveiageaveii The Reason jli jJanej rbeforelaat place you worked I Jane No mann They mostly was fttablef Evolution In Literature i Friend Howd you come to wrlb that bestseller The Modern Utry Gent Fhst I wI truck by a thought si eplgramized tfsbcagbt sketehized the epigram pl Ji the sketch novelised the play aac idVertlsed the novel Puck j fIlle If fHandt rterDont wear tight shoes said tk S ainter wii a ivw opn race imat 0 V I iiii I1IMain Street tobacco Warehouse COSINCORPORATED 1ISI MIN STREET HOUSE I I I I IIIIISTORAGE I FOUR MONTHS L FREE OF CIIARIEI I I Best DaUyjUnspectionin f IsI Mark Your HogsheacjsMlNJ l STREET HOUSE f j r r L 4 DO YOU G X UP I 1WITH A rAin BACKi- dzey trouble Makes You MlserabJe j Almost everybody who reads the news apers is sure to know of the wonderful cures made by Jjr lSwampRoot tney liver and blad den remedy It is the great medical triumph of the I nineteenth centur- discoveredafteryea rs of scientific research by Dr Kilmer the eminent kidney and bladder specialist and is wonderfully successful in promptly curing lame backi uric acid catarrh of the bladder and rights Disease which is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot is not rec mmended for everything but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble itwill be found just the remedy you need It has been tested in so many ways in hospital work and in private practice and has thatalswhich all readers of this paper who have samplebottleingl more about SwampRoot and how to youhavekidneYOrbladdertrou1ble generous offer address to Dr Co regularII fiftycent Y The I dollar size bottles are os fit sold by all good druggists Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot Land thenddress Binghamton N Y on every bottle = FACTS IN FEW LINES The best tea sells in China for less than 10 cents a pound The average duration of the reign of English monarchs for the last 600 years hga ben twentyone years jJThe bicycle craze has at last reachr the Mexican city of Vera Cruz There la also a motor cycle in tows Miss Beeks who has Inspected the housing conditions on the canal zone says bedbugs cockroaches fleas and rAts are everywhere jibe citizens of Wellington 0 were hocked the other daywnen they dis covered that there was no Bible Iin tneir public library Vanilla grows well in Panama bi great difficulty is experienced in cur Uig the beans owing to the extreme dampness of the climate Claims have been filed in the dian province of Alberta for 12000 cres of what is said to be the bet coallland In the Uorthwestwj Several razors Were dulled in a fight between New York negroes as to the relative magnitude of the two great figures in modern history Joseph Gan tnd Professor Booker T Washington Mrs Anna Brooks In applying for n pivorce at Denver said one of the amusements of her husband was ttt pelt the pictures of her ancestors on fbe walls with her homemade biscuits I Extensive beds of lobsters are to lbe planted soon In the waters of British fcolumbia and it is expected that in four or five years the lobster taking industry will be established on a large scale Cocoa importations into the United States are now averaging more than I 1000000 amonth against 250000 per I month a decade ago Meantime Impor- tatIons of both tea and coffee show a decline The citizens of California ore anx loins to have Admiral Dewey come to San Francisco as the citys guest when the fleet of battleships Is there nextt spring so as to add to the Importance of the occasion About eighty tons of woolen rags are collected annually at Smyrna and shIpped chlefty to England and France They are sorted In Smyrna by women who get 23 to 30 cents a day working from dawn to sunset ITbere Is at present not a person in Bolton Conn depending upon the town for aid and for the past sir months there has not been a patH in Bolton The population of the town- Is about 600 and the tax rate is 18 mlii I Tbe salaries of presidents of banks even those In the largest cities are as- a rule very much lless than tbe sala ries of railroad presidents James Still man president of the National Cltj bank of New York gets only 25000 year The Japanese government has sent a man to Switzerland to study hot keeping Hes now a waiter In a fcotei j at Gryon canton of Vaud When he completes his studies hes to open a training school for hotel servants in TokyoAt Rio Janeiro an expert Chilean marksman attempting to shoot an ap pie from the head of a man missedhb mark and killed the apple bearer outright The marksman only just ea oaped lynching at the hatfds of the cfr cusi crowd A Boston tailor has made a hit wKn Juge number of customers by mae rtt ing a secret pocket In the coats of mar ned men who trade with him As he broadly advertises the new trick It is for the purpose of enabling married men to hide their change from their curious wives Already he is hiring more help The Greenwich observatory will hove w be moved From year to year the magnetic observations made there have become less pliable because of tht Increasing traffic and the Impending establishment of large electric works In the immediate neighborhood will t nautlenlC1pub11sbedGermany there recently appeared the anyonefavoriloonlsts who when passing over the village of tiled last Thursday evening dropped a bag of ballast down my chimney and completely ruined a fruit tart which I was cooking Julia Schmidt 14 Britzelgrasse fliedtDr Koch the celebrated German scientist who has been over eighteen studyIngIeeplngwidespread fame that the tribesmen regard him as a wizard In one largef village near Lake Victoria where I rtKoch with his assistants went the chief erected commodious huts treat 44 the white visitors as Deities and fven oald reTrrxi f tbe lutruI Bert Barber of Elton Wis says Ml have only taken four doses of your kidney ant bladder pills and they ave done more for me thee any tJer vedicin has ever none I am tilitaking the pills as I want a per fect cure Mr Barber refers telDeWitti Kidney sad Bladder pi1jj THey are sold by the Red Crow l D DrugStore It= riIK lti i 1t T i L = SPECIAL l RIBBOI SALEIiThu- rsday t I z 1 Friday and Saturday our entire V4i STOCK 0P RIBBONS i both rplain and fancy will be offered atadiscount of 25 and5O h III per cent in orderto closeout before takmgmVOIce tJ= II These Prices Are For Cast f tIV i onlyandforalimitedtirne v ti aZ SRUNDY I MINTIRE t i i i P A HITB Cream Vermifuge Tit MilANTEEl WORM REMEDY THE CHUDflEfrS FAVORITE TONIC IIITATleItTHIBallardSnow Liniment CST LOUISE MO II- eaImBy means of a steel lined irrigation canal engineers are preparing to give atek to a district In Egypt near As louap which Taa been dry and parched for 3000 or 4000 pnrs The soil h online and for this reason it is nefIRsary to wash the jjrouud for froi three t6 four weeks before any Crjr can be grown upoi Us When first wet the ground swells aud rises about six Inches afterward subsiding from on p loot to two feet A comparison has recently been QJzc1r of the power of the lights in FrenI lighthouses at various periods in tin last thirtyfive years In 1874 wh only oil lights were used the higher jKmdr was equal to WOOO candles I1882 when the eleclrfc light was Intro duced the power rose to a maxima of 820000 candles Since then frequev t improrement8 hove been made In V electric lights until at pres flt the mo powerful lighthouse project an lilt minatibn nearly equil to 3000000 cat ilea 0 Change of Diet Good For Horses When horses are not thrifty It may be attributed to sameness of diet A pint of linseed meal three times nr wek will loosen the hide and the animal will soon show the effects of such a addition to its food Jf tbe bowels are moved too freely by the linseed met reduce the sppply Linseed meal Is harmless and no danger will result from lii use but It should not be fed too freely to mnres with foals Car rots should also be given In connec lion with linseed meal And last bu not least dont forget a constant am thorough use of the currycomb brush Farm Progress vIaisii Hulls 60 M Please R Ice 11HO manY tired fathers and moth era in IbIS town onto r this race evcay night arrylnga baby And they wonder what the matter is Cianc are the child is starvingwormS a eatnsr all its food Modt children hive worms yours neednt Wh tea Cream Vermifuge will get rid of the worms and strengthen the child Price 25 cents per bottle Sold by Red Cross Drug Store Sheep In Winter 8hHPbusthem are golnp to have trouble iin their flocks through mistaken ideas of kInd- ness to the sheep says National Stock man One of Uieae men found his sheep unthrlftv nnd suffering from cold IB the mad though he dId ev anything In his power to keep them in jowl shape They bad enough to eat clean quarters apd were housed from toIhis Barn and saw the trouble at once irJ1e doors were nil shut He at once ordered them to ha left open and the trouble disappeared Remember beginners that the nbtep does not care how cold it gets is long as It la dry und not In drafts Let the doors of the p barn be open and avoid colds ird unthrifty sheep rail Pies For Breeding Iarej era than those that are selected thiitthe spring Jitters for the reason heylnave obtained the desired mathS rity ajid developiuCntatthtinie whet lspringIttersselect brood sows from fall pigs and Rive them good cdre during the wIn- tert By spring they will be in condl non to go out on clover alfalfa or blue rass pasture and thrive with the ad dltlon of very little Krain until a few weeks before It Is desired to breed tthem when it is best to feed some grain and mill feed and continue US eral feeding until they furrow their Qrst llttcrC W Bent La Grip and PieiiOiia- Folejs Hoaey and Tar cures la grippe devents pllenm nlaXefl- Aae anybutthe eBuije In thaytl low ackage Sold by the Rei Cross J nis Store V Ir t i Iii d CALL ON I- l BD Lake f f I MANIi I If you have any Yaal est teltosell ca III on t t1 B 0c Lake J Ji ESTATEMANIt A list Qf desirable Washington ounty farms for saleNo trouble tp show property to prospective buyers rLt f Address 1 trt xi BD LAKE 1 SPRINGFIELD KY iil i l h IIIWa ch T JL 4c tsbses J Resolve to be on timed ProraptoftKi a r r tare that every one cn possess Oww it 4i1watch one that you can rely oflOs that will give you the sati faction of bea ca c3 rate to the minute My watch stock wilt afford yow a i4Jijc i 7 tion from a large rugs of deaiim of tiM 5 i newest patterns ol the raremakers art i 1 Movement of all the rcliabW Waliirf t sfEach bearing mriiron clad gurantf fI j r j lsr IJasjI Jul6itnesJ Church sAAAA I 9 x Dontteg1ectyouc1j it 9 Sfattiftics jhow ti f1 Nsii jU TJ eip i i l I alone over 200 people dk rrwy wssui i e consumption t o fJII to waminf Jt X coufh You know how ii4br 4ViE- mutsion i c 1iIMl b dmr a coujh or cpk Auoc5eA4INI 1 Hr LltIs PlurH- usbandI wish yon voald stop tha ererlastini picking flaws In your Wgk IMJriuariM l psMUverpool KodolFor JqIhi11s44sqiisqriibIPIuMe t Irtbe sbssohsppy wItb- a Mio si ts aN IS It aaranto la giia u b7 th Red On si Drug tarn raiarn yr5- ocifMrois kaeus lfur01 itob Igiybi =1 J iI DLAJS I BURTON oTINTrTEETH EXTRACTED iaIITHOUT PAIN it tocic wp fttain g 9BitIIf QJULD XY AM Bfetmi Work Strictly Ftt91azit im j CAIUnD t ftaStrgeonQftM hours 8 to9 am 1 to 2 pm Y OlfcoM over Haydooa Drugstore Atit Uinptoii MD i i ffkgtatteraNMtse eofII4rkR I NRadeNceNe 38 JWFGR1GSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW M nereoIesk V BMUNOKELD KY J B ROBARD 1C W FYATT of Dr M W HYATT Dr J M SPAULDING Office over Red Cross Drue Store Office hours Hyatt 1030 ito1m4to5pmSpuleltnr 2 to 4 pm and all night JOHN Y11 MAYES fUIERAl uiKtCTOR AID LICENSED EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAYi1 iNIQHT 74 P1il1GILBIKT- j I Rairoad Schedule Following is the time schedule flow in effect on the IBtrdstbwn jand Springfield branch railroad No 41 Leaves Louisville at 490 p m Bardstown Junction t 5 22 pm Bardstown 606 pm rrtvat iSpringfaeld 705 p m No 4iLave Springfield at 120 a n4 Bardstown 607 ami Bardstown Junction 050 amIarnTM a1t Louisyille 740 am Ho 48 Leaves Luisvillel 20mi Bardstown Junction 910 am Bardstown 1100 am arriTJM at Springfield 1230 pm- No44Leaves Springfield 100 pm Bardstown 220 pm Bardstown Jin ion 435 pm arrive at Louisville 645 pm 4No 80i Smadays only Lieavea- BpriBMfit4d at 715 aIDs Bards towa 8 it Bardatown Junction 845 am arrif i at Louisville 1I6LJIl No 91 Smnaays onlyLeaves p LomteviUaat Opm Bardstown Xvictioii 645 pm Bardfitown SpringfieldStfDRi 0 T KILTtt COUCH JM CURt THE LUNCS WiTH Dr Kings N Discovery IFDlC mrua Trisi 11nICW11 ILl TISSWITAflLUNSNSLEI UAZATUD TIPAOTOZI- e oa ZOUT 2UUXDZD- For Sale f IrI One gpod condhand buggy one JMW hand made buggy Fitmtyof buggy trimmings of all kinds on hand IS tl1I vWHBoND ttL t Watchr y0Ik r4 0ff OnTOad between Springfield a Lebanon on Thnrsnav night t Double case gold watch Iarditc finders + JAMES RQDNTREE Jij r Tvzkeys For Sale H =QwiM io the circumstances 1 will tot raiH turkeys this year k Win Ml a obblti I bought ift Mr WHghfc for 10 and six fineI two yss old hens v First ch JoclJpigtte this fine pen off Wrkeyk K8W HLACHMAt I I qc the Memptiig Tenn t IM ithI my oplnicn eyaeyad ar is the Jrist sady let cuwgh and lunj aM t my ewi persona kai 1 kTV Bcxey and Ta r rHI tnil aay juiftnanent y ba Ue iioct of M it ay tbat th- ist tbej4ow package Soli Mn iMwe Xwb the Maeto Ilyotneii iid wwiirhauP YiOS1 Cota i aI it cu1I tL i wsail 1 tea gross DUk VW 1 I IONS iIi sUui wtt n rIitr Local Happenings of Interest i The Freshest nod Latest i I AllAbout Yourself Friends I and Acquaintances MMM WMUB iflW J Orchard grass seed for sgfe W H Leachman 1 Yalentnies of all kinds comic and sentimen tal at J A Sbaders Ibave some mules 1 will loan outor sellT John P4rrott FOR SALE3 yorkshire boars 2 gilt and 2 duroc gilts E O Walker For fresh killed corn fed beef phone 87 Miss Della Cfirpenter Duroo Jersey hog nd O r- nishIndiangame chickens for sale P N Howard iJTAKEN UpOn my place a gilt Ownercan have same by proving property and paying costs T W Simms Dont buy a new suit of clothes rather take yonrold ones to Ray Bros establishment and- have them cl and and pressed Next door to Clerks office I have for sale a pair good yearling horse mules J TV Montgomery Frederickstown Ky Julia Simms an old and high ly respected colored woman and wife ofPiasSirnms died at her home in Jimtown on Sunday last There is just one treatment for catarrh that costs nothing unless it cures Hyomei The Red Cross Drug Store sell a complete outfit for LOO and guarantee to refund the money if it fails to curecatarrbl1ryiti That it pays to adv rtisin the News Leader is a fact proven almost every day Last week Mr John R Barber advertised for sale a short hoim calf The advertisement brought him a buyer the next day after the paper came out and the sale was made Mrs Mary Birch aged about 70 years and widow of the late Bircb died at her home near Willisburg Tuesday night after a long illness The deceased as a woman of fine Christian character and was greatly loved bv a large circle of friends She leaves a number of grown children The funeral will take place today at Willisburg A double wedding took place in the countv clerks office on last Saturday Rev W B Wil Hams was the officiating minis ter and the following young people were the contracting par tie3 Mr Carl Royalty was mar ned to Miss Lizzie Brown and Mr Joseph Wall tookfor a life partner Miss Emma Royalty The yopng people are well known and popular residents of the Mporesville neighborhood i Tragic Death Hooker Key a wyallknown young man of the Texas npigb borhood this couniy and who was sent to Lakeland asylum from this place about three months iago behaving lost his mind over religion met witha tragic death death at that in stitution Monday His remains were btought home for burial Wednesday The followingfrom a Louisville paper tells how the young man lost his life ijja sp te of the efforts of his keeper Oihe Bush to rescue hi4 Hooker Key a native of Washington county who had beinin the Centrall Asylum f0r the Insane at Lakeland since lasb November committed suici- dE on Ihegrounds of the institu tioi shortly before dusk last- ev4ningbydiving through the ice which covers the Jake on the grounds Though hcame to befSbhis wouldbe rescuer and plung ed beneath the ice to his doom looker was a wellknown fa mer of Washington near BpringSeld and was tbir y eight years old It was recog niied that tie had suicidal tan de icies and as a result a close watch was iept on his move mnts Bush was superintending t ojwJi yard of the insitution ttt the dormitory late yesterday after cojtf Key saw hts chance ai c raiitpwarf the lake 200 yar- dra1tfBush re lized In an i- iant what his intention was TOPIPQrUrlud I and darted after him The in sarle man wastoo swiff bow ever and dived from the bank which rose above the thirty foot pool through the ice and into the wa tertBash did not hesitate but put ot1reatb as he was plunged boldly after Jiis man He tcuch ed him repeatedly and atempt ed to drag him toth shove but Key each time broke away from Busts clutch and suk ack in to the icy waters of the ake Even when be was unable tto pre vent his body from rising he re fused to brea he the air that met his nostr sand forced his waj into the depths below the ice When he saw that his efforts drenchedhlJdfrom his exertion swam to the shore and notified the authorities A boat and hooks were procured and the lake ragged the body being recovered an hour laterICoroner Groves was called and viewed the rpinniiis He pronounced death due to suicide The body will be sent to his brother G W Key of Wash ington county to day Jo i Carried a Supply Tom Hundly a well known negro about town was arrested as be was getting off the train from Bardstovn on last Saturday night by Marshal John Grace and it was found that he had in his possession some fifty quarts ot whiskey in v riousand sundry packages He was placed in jail as was also the liquor The charge against the negro was that of bringing liquor into a local option territory for the pjurpose of sale Hundley it seems has been makingregular trips to Bardstown and td other points on the railroad in Nelson county for the purpose of getting a supply of wet goods for the relief of the local thirsty ones He claims that he was only act ing as a messenger and that he w4as not interested in ihe sale of the goods He had a listof cus tomers and claimed to have each mans particular package labeled The prisoner was brought out fornnal before Judge Noe on Monday morning but was granted a postponement until today In the meantime some of the confiscated liquor was turned over to va ious claimants after they hail made affidavit to the fact that they had sent the money by the negro and each had identified hisiparticalar jugi or bottle There stijl remains a- portionof the supply unclaimed and the prisoner will oe called upon to account for it An imI p rtant question is involyed inll the trial and the result will be wacbed wich interest A Veterai Citizen Dead Washington county iost another one of its veteran citizens Tuesday iin the death of Mr Fred M H ill who passed away at his homei in Frederickstown after an ill ess of some weeks of diseases incident to old age The decqase d was among the old est residents of the co ntyhe being 82 yearsof age He was born and reared in the neighbor hood 0 iit is said named fFlJbrickstownland was grandfathefr whose name wbsi also Frederick Mr Bill served with distin tion during the Mexican w and was in Capt Mark Hardins company Of the veterans of the Mexican warin this county there now remains only two who are Mr James B Hays and Mr Nicholson Mr Hill married a Miss Edel netrly iin life and she survives him Fifteen chil dren were born to them tie majority of whom are still living several haying become citizens of other states Mr Hill was a man of trict integrity and one who commanded the respect of everybody He was a devoted member of the Catholic church He was a progressive citizen and a good farmer audi his influence in the community vil1be missed The funeral takes place at Fred erickstown this jnorniug and the burial Will take place at St Rose cemetery Death of Miss Jane Bullock Craycroft After two days of acute suffering which was the culmination of almost Two years of illness Miss Jane Bullock Craycroft the eldest child of Jahn T and Maria Bullock Craycroft died Tuesday evening at 530 oclock iLt the home of her sister Mrs W D McElroy Last Friday afternoon Miss iUraycrofN was removed from her home on Virginia Avenue to that of her sister hoping that a chan e would be beneficial Her condition remained as usual un til Sunday afternoon while con versing with Mrr McElroy she bad an attack of heart failure and her strength gradually weakened until the end Tuesday evening Miss Craycroft was born and reared in Springfield and lived here 6oninupusly until seven years ago when with her parents she removed to Chicago whre they lived until her return bere a year ago last September to take charge of the class pf music at the Higti School Her health soon compelled her to resign as musical instructor and to give up all workoilPrior to her removal to Chicago the deceased was avery p jpular music teacher here and orgauist of Baptist church of which she was a member Miss Jennie as she was more tamiliarv known was knovn and rI WANTEDTo exchange the following BARGAINS for CASH Run over the list and se if I there are not tome items that will in terest you I Cash r Specials for Saturday 18 Ibs standard Granulated Sugar forff 1 00 9 Ibs standard Granulated Sugar for 50 20 Ibs brown Sugar 100 9 Ibs brown Sugar 50 3 cans good Corn 25 I 2 cans good Tomatoes 25 1 dozen Lemons t 15 1 dozen Oranges regular 30c size201 can cut Asparagus extra nice 8- 0I 2 boxes P B Macaroni 15 3 lbs Arbuckles Coffee 5- 0I I 110cStill buys a pound of nice candy Have Just re ceived a ney and fresh supply of Candy It is the I kind which is a guarantee of the quality It cannot be duplicated elsewhere for double the money HAVE YOU TRIED ITIc I WHENy Iii town come in to see us We will be glad to haveIIyou do so whether you wish to buy or not i Yours LTruly1 Elroy II Sha 10tbY people In all wjilks of life for her amiable disposition and aj 1nature that went out in love for all with w bom slip came in control Her life was one of parentlIbrothe t oftre drew its strength from a deep piety and faith in God that never wavered or weakened under the months of suffering sheendured As her physical strength failed her spiritual ifeI grew and she died comforted the prayers of Gods servant asI he knelt at her bedsideand the Peace that pas fh undei standI ing came as a benediction to her soul The partnts threA brothers CrayIIhewitt Cray roft of Chicago Mrs G 0 Whartonand Mrs W D McElroy are the surviving members of the family The funeral services will be held at the Presbyterian hurch this Thursday afternoon at two oclock Rev W H Williams pastor of the Baptist church will preach the funeral sermon Rev RE C Lawson will assist with the services FEABUNAL Miss Sue Ray is critically ill with nervous prostration Her health has been failng for eral months and a severe sevl la grppe precipitated a complete nervous collapse Mr Nick Ray was called home Tuesdiyon account of the illness of his sister Misses Flaget Simms and Annie McElroy spentThursday iu Lebanon Miss Nannie and Leone Rapier of Bardstown and Miss Alice Rapier of New Haven are guests of Miss Nell Greene Miss Ethel Bush has returned to her home at Chaplin after a visit to Miss Lara Shehan I Mr C L Price spent Tuesday irdstotfn on businessIin Miss Sue Sweeney of Louis ville fs he guest of Miss Nannie Thompson 0 Mr Charles Brewer editor in chief of the1 Fargo Forum of Fargo N p iis visiting Rev R E C Lawson This is the first meting of these friends and and class maes since leaving college in North Cariolsna nearly eigh teen years ago The Fargo Forum is the largest daily newspaper in the North West Mr A C McElroy is still con fined to his home wrth la grippe Miss Mary Lee Simms return ad from Louisville Tueday after a visit of several days Mr Wathen Simms was in Lebanon Suqday Mr Frank Willett spent1 Sun day aif Pleasaut Grove with his parents Miss Lara Shehan is visiting friends at Maud Misjsi Mary Wakefield of Maud is vis ting friends here Miss Ellen Wathen is visiting relatijves in Lebanon Mr and Mrs James Allen of Bloorifield are at the Dr Ray hom4 IHal John W Lewis iia able to be o 1t again after two weeks confinement ac home with the gripMr Ray Go dinof Lebanon was in town Tuesday Mr Cgarlie Wells of Blocm field was in town Monday and Tuesday on business s Mr Walter Leachman is in- Louisville this week Mr Clellan Boblilt is improv ing after an illness of pneumonia Miss Fannie Wall wiJ1J leave next week for an extended visit tobersister Mrs Kuhn in Memphis and later will visit a friend in Mississippi Miss Lizzie Hay don has returned home from Bardstown Mrs G B Hawkins and little son areguestspf her parents Mr and Mrs M L Searcy Mrj Harrison Nally of Sam uels visited his relatives here last week and returned home Wednesday accompanied by his niece Miss Babe Buckman Mr CW Hagan toDdMiISI Cathprme Spalding of Lebanon were guests of friends here Sin day MrI R Y McElroy and siste Miss Rebecca Jr Lebanon wbre here uesday Mm Elizrbetb Hord has takei4 rooms in Mrs Mollie Majea Louse MId will occupy 1Ii 1 i i I 1 I Saturday February 15J IIrt I 4 JOO YARD DA5HT JRACE BETWEEN BUSTER wins IIBUSTERNul1G 3XC AT ArmBU5TERiaiti WEAR BLUE RIBBONl I SHOES Q et1iiIIII 3rWlIf IDI cQycnT where they Reception whichevery invited especially school boys ach school I HHLFPRLCB SKIBLadies Dress Skirts Ladies MissesCloaks Rain Qoats f and Furs longtime berore winter IS and will thishalfprice 1 IICloacfor1500 I t is to on ShoesForSaturdayTry1apJrf Illii Lgopd TbeJare atII I Specials For Friday and Saturdayri12i lOcMennenc t counterpane This extra une th I The RobertsollClaylirookeC Co- S 2 INCORPORATED IL = t tOn Or About ApriliEl owiiopen rooms on Main street occupied by Grundy with a line of IIFINE FURNITURE I haying been engaged in the business in SpriaffoU for several years is wellacquainted the needs of the local We wtt 4endevortosupplythoseneeds Mr Campbell the other brf tile 3 has been identified the Business interests of the for HNnI- li years we will endeavor to please the people We OMB L l i plete stock of tnouse taiture Carpets Rugs Matresses Etc oaizehome industry and give us chance IMMUMM tbAeHMANJJpatr St CMrBJLL 1 r 2 them with her John who in bad lealth Mr R Smith moving household effects and family Bloomfield where hei has a farm fortleyear Mr Sam has bis family into the house vacated by Mr John Mr A Johnston moving into vacated by Anderson Mr Hewitt Crayproft of Chicago arrived yesterday his sisters funeral Mr Howard spent a tew here returning tovLebnoo Tuesday James Lampton seriously ill with appendicitis v- Messrs Byon Patks Will Simms and Will dNan were in Louisville buying horses Jasfc week L 4DrJ M Burton left Sunday for a teu days stay at French Lick he hopes to be bone fitted by the waters of the Springs Mr Mclntirt of Union county visited triers and rel here last Mrs Janie Willett is very ill with grippe Mr and Mrs LeE Bellbaum went Uiil Sundgy atI tend the funeral ofMr Bell baums Mjw Bellbaum was a traitid naand during THE f THE IBGOe5 ST LOUIS 1Oy pL USTERDROWN LUE RIBBON SHOES FOR MINE IL w Brown atber Newell r 1will hold 1it t one the t and the 11- 1l Dont fail come fp and Its over you Special low price on Boy arid Girl our Boys and Girl RibUd JrjtoM flOc 1and 20c r values white 98c good ai price i We will the store j witn trad adTheo firm with town and will carry rdt and J t E a at your t son John his rented Anderson moved Smith J the house Mr attend Hoss days where 0 Polin Atives week toLo sister SHOES t Thi c Strictly Fresh And DpToDitet P1 IC Is our stock of Goaf ctioM Fruits Cafe etc We bake every day braad pw koA fresh tOck of fine cadi jitstr nW FRESH OYSTERS every Friday awl Meals Served and rate KATIE HERfLIZNaO 0 It faUWdIiinjhrdoatbresult 5i Miss Veola will attend Vah ntine house party sisters Mr McClaikfjri at Bloomfield1 Mrs Ai Allen Miwr Maynie were in tAb O Mrs Sallie SAaunty baa returned from Louisville whr she visited her daughter Mrs TLMudcl itfongfwbo flawent aurgical Operation for inovaloC cancer of the brcajtt out twa moUths ago returned a Li to girls t I of inicounty Atifflisslil f I a i is an cl a Th in Mclntire a is is to R is to fv is Is to SCw se cf l5 s w o 5 Thursday Saturday riitoaaMt t a J anoVdauchei1 Mrs J A f a re n t f 10 LtbanoQ Moodar lit Cartb- surgfoal R IrttliiM u flrrt tr operation n nt ptin Wn trl tfik lt succeasfil y t j 1 Hoe W D i bd fr 1 willrrinri 1I it4i if la tff f r i Th las 111tBilIWiU P4 lit IMMi tioemIIsA worth ftpflNh Lbsasv A teliof 150 witlirImprtfti1 ADOLPH HCRTLDIV 0 f r 1 IT tr MCItJPt s P H t Ugi1i lap Thtre 4aeh Rti4 her in 4nhhOrbOOd WW th tb tdlcetb au J wrt4sJf pilpI will be Iapprelated bT QI4t r Get I tfy good 1prmc ehIf unIuI Etysct t ndeJio4ebuace G n Xzit Xargon rptinc of Coia poiad jjrru Bir p dna aiMlI Jiboitfe alia k in4ipaoai doeaft r di maJa i4 b 4tirnsIaot dnnk pIe y oRood waie1 Ii is cLed tliJtt tbere few Yicill 4bittilreicl und tortu tca Who will fail toMI i l1 hi thia Ip Qnie ae 1re1andinmoacasrs a pei ma tcurei the result 4Thi pe rClp6 dit to krengt ii4teana elimif iit LLtvSt sM4e eys bd th caniNer anAsfrni U1r frOlllt lo9ri1ti t t poisons aid wutterWh cb elae oolf euma ii b DU ineoti ottir tl err oi iwoan Ii ie w9lr1fi fkdney all geJthy f AiIcLiy etC r who suts4frOhany uriiary5- r0b4f rhatever ahoiMno- tbiiitstkt KuPtbJs1l1ritu M ilk i dODUCQI aM m v fro from much Ia1 c111Ji1U afterawhile j I 1MiSThat Were TiMri A cerrfioatent writes 1qu tta M eyeMf ago I had occasion to go trly e ownIng Into miscellaneous i4 re byaPareewho also kepta kot b As I entered the shop I IMtlced 1 moue reeling across the leer aiJ remarked ttiie shopkecp j r ttet I1flOU aeemidtobe huri bt JH uply tonIdie He snl- dtKttvtlmome and several others that 1nfd his shop were confirmed 1 tlnlakar During the night they reg aady k aU the liquor which re 1eIr 1e dl44hsdlwdtn1beeven1UgIorth4l- JI Cakb r i Jgays that Manage tMYJe Mack et tb PhiladeJphia ArneH j caM aeefcns tt beale to getiaboutlfoy III awaats UsJlb eneof players ckecpt catchers gefhas teen on the feekpKt for several 7earJfor a pair that caaoatblt fig iPrt trio but aoroouowv lie akafrt fecoTer one It- xrtM tkf general Impression that fctreck hit about as well as most tatehers aBd mpreorer that bis bite Wtro generally very timely le dif iculty hidlagood backstops Is not etained to Mack ColhInef Bostoa ertt1i flIP r The Claelmmati ClaV Cltaaffea TINa Cincinnati club has made these Mreral lapoctuit changes Pitcher Drabot old te 8tJUute Pitcher Gus DernerlBra4ebltb Boston for Fraser h PItcbecHarfradto Chicago for Third Baeeo fr Jxjbert Negotiations Ire o a for OUt Fielder Deugberty of Jew York and FLrat BasamaH Carr If rat d far aarhf release J4I Hr fkMIveMrI U D Charles of Harbor MaiDefspeaking of Electric Bit terajiMijs It iSa neighborhood favorite here with us It oie Hr to b a Jorlteevery 1iefinayapisIalle lej dirangemetat malnutrition nervo kpes and- en lOejbl00dmakes it especially nsnul as a pripjr jwAicioit JJJiia biandj alt rMivterpc irloTd under guarjitee at Haydnn Robert IOniirog stored 50c G Mi Rovt the Big Flgntem- Fra GotchCbnIDPlolJbenvywelgbt iatcicatchcan wrestler of Arner1ca1 1 tipapagiiiiga He has arranged ib jtrfkeltr Kiaibjof boxing lessons from Tom jjay R1nSpenkfng of the matter bQ caid jjlt looks soft Frank meant the reie1crp of heawrwelghts barrltj Jack muioli did lotfljpear formiOra- fcte tUlat a good man could wad Ihrouijf the bunch- Ctoatiiwlng he l f1Iaim only men trtllaeyears old am big and strong and if l do say Itmyself yceptionally tact Tflth feet and hands and am sure tkatl imgarae The heavy weights of today o not cow nre wIth JIm Jef- lrlee43ob Fltzslmmong Corbett or Iharirfy IT they did I would steer d a1dt the fighting game But who to tlMfie tfl beat trnlitls avlltHd it wtftbtugh II goo fast one mtiii IL t1J- NtW krek rentIywaa tic IPn 1ti f U1ere r o 111e keavte are not worth taikiuj abeet cA CrtektDHtr n iiEaaa lteS cricket game one of the baterfea cot atel leg ba front of a traJcat Mil aM Ute bowler iustoatlj i aik4 How Uiat Tint jNBfre 8 ckpd his plje In n be 1eiri r ojianeJ hlrf mouth JIIMIt it Mjiala and ildnt speakt Miti nitv the verdiQtWJUJ stApislI t trsLk4a kawwta tft ks7 Ww J I l lettwt t gleu i I 9GhrWt4dIett an 1 1fot te play tDtbStt1appedhlpro teek frith taw light a t1I tkia no 0 JJt TIlLEYS H0NEY AR- tulTll 1I original cough rnedYil F fewifcite colds throat and lung treab4s Noi opiate Nona1whohic GfifedfpCCTerybedj Sold every where if TpelrtroLatYs HONE and TAR is ia tX U w package J efose substitute ronly by If Qmny5Chlcag HED CROSS DRUGSTORE vSRpRT STORIES v i Cl vlinl as Youth jSrov fri Cleveland displayed In enrly ilfe tb it stubborn Insistence for vbJt htfj beli eved to be right which chftnue t tlized llsciltcer as governor and pres id nt When hd was sixteen years of geJJ s eider brothel1 secured for him iclerisblpln the New York Ihstltn fidn ifoivthfr BJInd In this school Miss aj rjilr the famous Jiymn writer 7wjiisp feacher Being bilad Miss f ros r found It necessary to have some one writedown her verses Young GroveJ rQff6reovKlS services Wl1rc wro aetratefUl1y One dnrtthe prlncJjsU of the instltuv ton taltered theqonr JYhPbbtc fW iJldl tnt on n set of song verses writing the 11iesIn a q tIegIhlehiand The principal iuquUed wlja t Grover was dollg 1jie of 1YCormed hIm Tbktc1a nbto r said th- rlnclpal WEIUyoU Miss Cr shfr4re 05anto Wcmploy the time of the cl rJsnrtbis Institu tion in copying jbur poern Leis have more of this SjLS Mir CrosbyXjwas deepTyFluija but you1erover laughedoiiheMern offlcIa Wenut ThefiThe lor turn 4 to tfle hymn WltOft If ok here Miss Crosby said Grover theJprlnclpal hadjiio business ITEK THE BOY TU NED TO THE HYMN WKITEB to talk that way Your hymns are do- Ing lots of good for this school They help to make ypur services here more valuable It is right and proper for yon to have me write them down Lets continue as before when you have a song for me to write and If tle principal makes any further ob jectionj you give him a piece of your mind in plain prose JHIss Crosby accepted this view feel lug that it was the right one nccbrd Ing to the boys argument A little later the head man caught the tWo employees again at the forbidden work He remonstrated again biit Miss Crosby as she related years lit hernmnnuepII prose argument which finally c6n Vinced him that he was wrong and She vhs right After that Grover copied InterIeasier for Presl dent Cleveland to write witli his owri hand its he dId more messages and state papers than any other president How Morgan Gets Results l A treasury dfliclal who has jjust rerl turned from New York teUs a story illustrative jqf the effort of J Pierponi Morgan the New York financier to top the financial depression A Jewish manufacturer had been operating his business for some time on credit His notes fell due early In November and he went to a bank to get them renewed Though be had been a large depositor and was known to be a man of tcrupulous honesty the bank declined to grant him an exten slbn insisting that he should pay his notes on the day they fell due This starsdhiramAnd asked him what he should do elltsnIt1blsMorgan and state your case to him Oh he wont 0 anything for me the manufacturer responded hopeless ly But Ill try afayhow Mr Morgan rec hoed him courteously nnd listened to hi statement Then he turned to lila phi ne and rang up the bank Mr Sonbdso Is1n my office beI ntdJ1n tells me you have c1ect nertj 0 gr int hjlui a if extension of his n It Is just such lifeople as you who arc unless1hoseft my business tpruln you Then the financier turned to his Uler j I think he snip you will find the noteslitHr Little Pleaturr Husband I wish you would stop aW neighborsMYirirw4iat me to have the teas pleat 1tJ Liverpool Mpivnrr PISOS CURE Covntless Coughs hirebceB penauientlr cured with Fisos Cure It la corn posed ol the most effective Kflacdies known In medicine fw too treatment of coughs colds bronchitis and allcbest affections and has become ntarIyhaltsuccess Under the Third Degree How Mental Suasion Forced a Prisoner In the Tombs to Confess That He Had Stranfllcd His Young Wife Out of Pure Wantonness I Gbasfiyj queer akd tar beyond the ninny strange enencesthat strike deeply into a newspaper reporters memory Is that which came ta me in the Tombs on Christmas eve says Charles Somerville in the Neyr York Journal Giuseppi Capuzzo or Charley Davis had been facing trial for the mur der of his wife Carl Fischer Hansen the young society man and lawyer had himself assigned to dO feud the man and undertook to bear all expenses that mlght come of seeing Ia1Eing before0iristmas it was apparent t1l t1be state nad fastened FgQilt on Davis and that only one resjilt could bet looked tora verdict seqdlng them n to death in the electric chair I believe tEe man is possessed of Insane impulses to kflroien said the lawyer to me although up to this time be has steadfasUyi denied his guilt He says hejaithe wrong man x I CHOKED HERCHOKED HERCHOKED that be never knewthls woman in his lire But the evidence furnished by the state shows only too plainly his guilt He will be sent to his death unless he tells me tle truth about him sejf I am going now to tell him so Davis was called downstairs The shabby tight fitting blue serge suit that he wore showed that his body was muscular and stout if small His coarse black hair was awry over his low receding forehead His little darl eyes looketi witji troubled inquiry It was a monkey face The eyes were closely set dud the bridge of the little sharp nose was sunken between them jawsImouthIcannot hide anything any more I must know the tr thsald the lawyer Ca puzzo you know that you killed that woman I did not he said and he scowled I did not I am not the man I never knew her t You hate sat in court You have seen them put In evidence the pawn tickets for dress suit cases that held her clothes for rings that belonged to her And those pawn tickets were in your pockets They lie about those things being hoc things Those womans clothes I found one day I found them Iipj a bun IJohnstownfourAnd the pawn tickets fjor the rings I found them too I found them at Thirtieth street and Seventh a enue 0Now wouldnt It make af better Btoryto say that some friend gave you the tickets some friend tlfat has gone to Europe Wouldnt that make abet ter story The man saw the trap He grinned No1 better tell the truth If I say about the man they ask me his name they ask me lots of things I better say the truth I found them Then the man rambled on telling how he had never lived in the house In West Twentysecond street where the Womans dead body Avas found de nying with glaring eyes that the neck tie that was found bound ur und her neck bud been his property Capifzzo said Lawyer HnuFcn you say you found those pawn tick ets In Seventh avenue In u crowded street Yes The man was now at the end of explanations He was looking nt the lawyer eagerly nnd could rend no message of encouragement in his eyes Those tickets are not soiled They are clean They would have been dir ty It they were lying In the street Capuzzo waved hits hands and offered no explanation Capuzzo those clothes womtns- clothesthat you said you found tout years ago and have kejjt ever since do you know that the tags oh those clothes show they were only made a year ago This was not a fact as far as the lawyer knew but Capuzzo swallowed hard aThe shrug of hIS shoulders then was half aiadmlsslon of guilt A woman heard you in that room when you murdered Sophie Kocbrer She heard you go out She went to the window She saw that it wag you who left the house Capuzzos delicate hands were flurry ing at his disordered hair Suddenly he said 1getikilledkilled1Unless you tell me the truth all the truth I think myself you do not de serve death think you have some thing wrong iyourbe1d Perhaps I can tell the Judge so and perhaps he will let you gojilo prison for life In stead of having you killed in the big chair Alter that was a silence of from three to five minutes a silence so in HERrr ever tolerably tense that I got up and walked over to the barred wind v My back Vas towiul the tranjjler but could hear him breathe As I turned I saw that hi face hud flushed his eyes had beerue bloodshot He was swallowing IJ His white slender hands were clinched togethe till the knuckles of his fingers crackled When one thought of the ghastly employment of those hands the crackling knuckles became a horrible thing to hear Well 1 did it I killed her How And then came the confession All resemblance td a reasonable human being went out of Capuzzos face as he talked He smiled continuously a frightful smile Once Hanson said stopgr1nplngHow But the lunatics leer remained He described the choking of the woman He offered with his murderous hands to Illustrate on the throat of his law yer At the touch of the lithe fingers the square shouldered attorney drew back In repulsion Capuzzos grin broadened How long did you keep your fingers thereI Ten minutes Good God said his confessor Well maybe only five said Ca puzzo conclliatlngIy but still with that insane smite on his heavy lips Why did you kill her justchokedThen I did not hear her breathing She did me a wrong But when he was asked to tell what the wrong was a few simple ques tions proved that he lied and that real Iy no reason whatever existed for his crime As a matter of fact you liked to kill women you loved to do It said the lawyer And Capuzzo till blood receding under the thin effeminate skin of his face Until it was quite white smiled slowly and said Yes With slender soft fingers he tapped gently on the cable lIe told of waking from ills sound slumber to see a white patch of light sUlniup on the wojnans throat and of tlitj tigerish cry cir his brain that drove him to fasten his talons Hf the wom alls flesh And when It was all over he lookea at the horror In our faces and It made blmsnlckcr You are a damned lunatic sold the lawyer brokenli Finally he said Here take this cigar Go bnfk to your cell Tremit sleep Ill dotlio best I CUll to Rave your life Its my- dntr The stranglcr accepted the clgir with a tiow lie made another bow In ac knfiwlcflgment of the uHltchl gave him lIe lighted the cigar Ho looked at us And he threw back his head and Inuelwl TBad Sign J2S r PEOPLE OF THE DAY A dritio of Our Warships Whet er founded on competent kngwledgj or npt the recently publish ed crltlclihi of our battleships has at tracted wide attention both In and out of nn mIl circles Henry Reuterdahl author oJthe criticism Is a marin artist and claims to be an expert In warship Construction He maintains hat our Tpatileshlps are not sufficiently protected Jjy armor above the water themngazlncsis lovyMr Is a native of Sweden and is thirtyseven years old He be IHlnniY IlEDTEKDAHL gun his artistic career as a scene painter in his native land later taking up black and white work He came toN thl country to Illustrate the Chicago ex osition for European magazines and Ilk d It so well that he remained Itls sal that Reuterdahl has been on ships of ill navies ns an Illustrator and thaU he hrtl also made a study of naval art jitecrure At present he is a corre spcndcnt on board the Minnesota in Ad niral Evans fleet Tillmantroo n is net to that of SenatorTill ma tins a secretary named Boiffelet A reach name he has but he Is an Ani rican and a well known citizen of Getrgia Senator Tillman was Intro duc d to him the other day but wbep the met again the senator could not remember the way the name was pronounced Here you Frenchman you be saiii I cant pronounce your name Ill just call you Buffalo Pointing to the name over Senator Tillmnns room which is about the only thins which remind either Seu nor Tillnian or any pne else of the name of the committee of whiph he iis chairman Mr Boiffelet asked Is It because you are the chairman of tIle committee on the Five Civilized Tribes that you think of buffalo Anti the two went tlown to lunch together with the meal ticket on the fjcuator New York Times T Tho Now Navigation Chief Captain John E Pillsbury U Si wio succeejiled Rear Admiral Brojwn son as chief of bureau of navigation has had a wide experience in various branches of naval work He Isa native Massachusetts and a graduate off the United StateS Naval academy Foij ten years he was attached to the coast survey and performed work of great value Captain Plilsbury tells a vivid story of Georges banks It wits during his cruise In command of the enemys squadron off the New England coast some six years ago By the rules of JOHN L PILLSUURY warfare ns prescribed the captain had to ao 100 miles out to sea A council A Sprain or Strain 4i must have immediate attention Sloans Lhiment rhiskindItcongestionreducesweak muscles t IjApropertiesjreme0yf istlnq burns and scat f PRICE 25 5O4 Dr Earl S Sloan Bo3t8n3McJssJ 4s j t a Irregularity fs bad In every department of life in 1s 1noseepmgnours abut female especially disease when it isa question of womn1y habit Not only is it a signof Ih olthe r IfI If you suffer in this way get a bottle of 1 CarduiMrs r writes suffered for fourteen 14ye With kres Jj t larity causing great pain Jttast IItrled Cardui and now I am 6ured At all druggISts In 1 boWeL J II WRITE US A LETTER = r i i a sailing course ae tieiuIaiu reasoned that rmug he wsotd g over George SI1s ftVo shell surely rind A thick tog ftheie Vyo can hide Li it he said The enemys squadron reached the Shoals at ugbt and the captain was Ibapiolrited nt Curling the clearest piocnIght of till his sea service Sud denly two streaks of light shcit over he horizon Theyve found us and we are done for exclaimed n sshipmate who was with the captain on the bridge Simply the lights of Cape Ann said the captain A few hours later something green was seen Illtbe distance sneaking withIenemyIominanded fll3covere l ASHINGTON LETTER Special Correspondence Congress Is being once more urged to pay tile claim of John L Stolth meyer dnd Paul J Pelz the architects who ns they allege and as the curt of claims has found were never prop erly paid for preparing the iplaus of the library of eongrefcs For years these been hammering at nrchuects1bilvc endeavorinK to get allow what they deemi Just yuientfor sery ices In designing what proved to lie the finest public building lu JTashlngtoa UUltedJStateso claims June S lOOui decided there wa a balance due the claimants of 103 5G4 a previous judgment hkvlng given them 48000 The Library Architects renlIt select committee wuj named by congress to undertake to provide enlarged accommodations for the library of con gress and fronr this came competitions that resulted hi 1880 in congress selecting the Smithiheyer plans When he nnd his partner put up to fcongress their VII for what had been done this bill being made out in ac cordance with the schedule of the Amerlcan Institute of Architects it was not paid Smlthmeyer was em ployed for about two years as arch tect of construction on the Ijbrary building and Pelz as assistant the for mer at 5000 n year and tie latter at 3000 In lass they were let out of this service and In 1800 went before the ourt of claims It required sixteen years to get a de yision of tlie court of claims such as the claimants thought anywhere Just nnd this decision is the bhsls oUbeal lowance they are asking from thlsjses aba af congress Senator Stores Check Senator Stone of Missouri has ret centy been the victim of the photo graphic nuisance in Washington but he certainly has managed to get even The capital swamis with pho tographers who use every known wile via1itorsand hnVe their pictures took Sena tor Stone fell for this game Inno cently a short time ago He had his picture taken and was much pleased with it until he received one day a bill for 10 The senator hated to pay that money but finally he got out his check book and clipw a check as follows Pay to the order of Jones Jackson fotografter 10 And the picture man had to indorse the check that way toolt9 get the money which he did ForgetfulneaiI house from the same states frequently work Iln close harmony When a senator In troduces a bill of interest to the corn monwealth the representative from that state will put the same bill into the house hopper lOften thesenator will send a copy of his bill over to the other end of the capitol and the con tbetelltnhdrthere is some danger in this practice The other day Senator Hopkins in troduced a bill He sent a copy to Representative Mann of olsMr Mann hastily scratched put the sean tors name and Inserted his own but unfortunately forgot to obliterate the other details hence the bill went In headed In the senate of the United Stales a bill by Mr Mann of Illinois The error was caught In the file foom by a clerk Surfeit of Pie and Milk Senator Cranes fdvorite luncheon Is pie and milk according to the senate restaurant waiters and the amount he solyetimes eats is a puzzle to tbemT A man In search of the senator sold to one of the waiters or fUfl4l ffu1A IWritetoJ t LouisvIllB IS cornwgIV flpa e5 Srriusctc1y6mist kleadsthe WQRL o I J tfrI r fr tobacco ax hanai 4 e puc suprAes r llculsySle im hbm of thalargestc GraotyntlIeWuTdthstrgesteapTactorx wtanjirss lOdfsSin the LsOectrier t PVLh0P4ES is city tcpirty vahngioi Is ac7reSCHCOL nrofl aUhIsacbo2 1 d- 1rr andYoIncrbs 1 Infante itcr tnafcbcmincen tcrprfvaff city U i tea I jYANTSTRAUONBdSInE3slEE LOUhSVILLIi KY Cstaiaruslrec 1 OOOoGOoG oOOOOOQOO j1 88The Safest and Quickest Wpy to TransferMoney 1 6 r 1S13Y g ILong Disc fehrtiW l g For Rates applyto Local ranaeV I llC berlaQ IcIephollo Te1grap Conipalii INCO OR TBDCi 10 O o O oOOGGOoGq1 t al W 11Yesgot him a piece cf pIe und a gi is ot uilll sah replied the waiter Whats dtt inquired another alter just passing Senator Cfaa w In heah an hour ago Tug got npiqe of pie and glass of milk nt wen sab While this waiter was speaking a third approached Who yon aM iafic lug about asked Senator Crunp Is in dar now Ps goI his orflnr fqcvaf piece of pie rind a glass of raHkrlgh beau J v etthewere swung open andthere5at Soon tor Crane talking with friends The fact was that Senator Crane bad been entertaining guests from Massa chusetts nlldlInviting them to lunejjl wltfi nnd bad been obliged to ent ple three times and drink nearly a quart Of milk v Secretary Wilsons Cigars Secretary of Agriculture Wilson Is like unto the patriotic ladles t06h5 nlnl days He taboos certain good of forcign make for the howfe artide- especially cigars He knows a good weed even before the match hvajf plied to It and he keenly oo3tl-ug back In his chair and looking shi over the forested mall ns the arotwttir smoke curls to the ceiling HlSsollexperts somp years ago dfc thCnrollnnheat laboratory Identically with hi dirt from the famous vuelta region pf Cuba The secretory was thoroMsbl faitilllar with the good qualities of rucltu tobacco and he brought It alxju that some Cuban tobacco plants were raised on the South Carolina SOUTh tobacco tins been made Into cIa ondf the secretary keeps a boy lu the re ceases of his big desk CARL SCHOFlBEp Ttena v om 5The whale Is by no tna only source of marine oil Though little known to fame the humble menhaden yields oil and fertilizer worth 1000 000 n year giving employment tot11stY fishermen and 1COO employees of ftftj factories The people who nrerprofitably engaged in sfaughterii 700000000 of these fishes every yeaf naturally claim that they were crrntwi providentially vfor the exprean purpof since they arehot fit for food mid ye the supply seems i e iaustlbe Nt one knows whence they conworwhltli er they go All we know is tMit evur spring vast Schools of tljca appear h the gulf of Meiiqp beadlng north Ii closely packed in let usr tvzrfsrutterly Incapable of oitber ftufciisi pi wllItoBrooklyn Eleiv A Costly Autogrfplj V At a charitable snlclnpplRonCfIl Baron Rothschild sloiJiied ath JtaJJ conducted by Gyp anti thtf fair lit terateur addressed hlm with the usual request to buy something v What rim I to buy said the bnrouf You have nothing at all suitable for iuldjiktoTaking a sheet of caper the lady wrote upon It Received from Baroa Jlothschlld ihe sum r14X0 ran f for the benefit of charljyr Gyp fjiinkedherIl amount named went away dellghtetl with the ladys Ingenuity The Daughter Balked 5 thought said old GrouoherJyt that I could save money by refitsng to give my consent to my daughers lns1J4WffInQWhats the troubler Queried the friend of the family She declines to elope explainedtthold man with n Jatce oven fa etl urnc r A Maker ol TnlU 4bei 4 Why I dldritsUPPQSCi she was a CShekeep the other women talklngjNow Orleans ImesDemocrat 1tir1 Luxars tetjj Cant we put In along distance phone for you Mi OatcakeTJ as9tithe solicitor r 1tbvano l VItlaUkli t = 70 Mow ttteberss Form An IffbciVhfc nothing but a fragment Qt sander eiaehed by the action of Hii watiISS the Chicago News rSonie of them are of Immense size and cWy with them great mn s3 of sock farth and omtiinu jJhnts Polar hears anti wate have also been Beep OIl Ihejoi Gi lid 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