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vices Irst and fourth Sunday Sunday7con It 3Qaan f Fraternal Orders e w MAK XIC iiOTX SprinpfleidlodRre 6 50 meets first and third Mouday JSIdtack oati TWiatomeets every ecoBd Tuesday Spri jcleld Council No 52 seehl n I IerKxiCHt of TMC MAcAuMee t I 41rJ frO K dOt For- Indigestion IIiOer Guaranteet Cm Mm lf iurMb twotWrd ef a frCI fcotthj to4oI eaa boQsII7 R7 It hs iiobnS- te41tm1uwe wHI isliM your Mr TrY todJT tS utrIi iiNt a icalb toUow titto th 4Hkc at u oI U itfaiktelMW11- 0are wac oltJi r 1T tSInbs- LJ D eetsWhatYouEi it ths S4ck Sw- Z let s t wT vJr j ri J1N EWS= L134D13R o pr ooiWiW rLOCALSt1 1rE ood Weight to oulLcouny shipped to Illinois last cOol ajweekweighing 50 pounds jBhe also yf to ta Tennessee bleeder two rkey hens weighing 25 and 26 two jeiguusath of ThoS Grigsby Mr TJiomas G rigs b 1 a we11Do make find substantial citizen of Mt Zion neighborhood died last Friday night t f pneu he ni Mr Grigsby was 80No ars of age and had been a life citizen of the county Hew anrvwed by the iollowing hiiIdrenGrigsby Tames Grigsby and every ti1EGeorgein igsby the wellknown local canattorney is a nephew of the paceasedml paoodISaleings The sale of some personalsaf oerybellnging to Mrs Mat sents Sausburv who lives in the Rose neighborhood attracted large crowd on last Saturday bidding was spirited and the everything brought good prices is1l following are a few of the ness ices realized for live stock paper old horse 124 and two horses at 10Qand 66pri horse p3325 cow 15 cow 3250isowand six pjgs 3050 M Campbell the auctioneer si recedthat notVoIzthese A special from Washington ys the Eiev FatherJ R Volz Itsa the Dominican order has big ordered to the Philippines take up some special work tioichcolds years to exEcute Father Vblz sure formerlv stationed at St tics Rose near Springfield Ky and v many friends in the State Before sailing from San Franco I Father Volz whd is now LoWashingtonmore and take the fourth degreeMc the order of Knights joimbuselect Revenue AgentComingenl t was All nerchants who nave faIledDe pay their special license this and year had better Jet busy The ate revenue van is nowisvj making tour of the State andLi s already caught many whovo ve through neglect failed to licensethis yhveThe some towns thera had hardly y merchants paid this yearsen license and many were finedto Soft drink establishments were rum harvest for the revenue manCh leJtednue law and every merchant als theseealbrforepaota cense but the penalty also wand there is no esc ipe foritwihe Recalls a Disaster and There s a base dnthe criminal ocketofthe Wasningtpn circuit t which recalls a disaster which occurred in Springfield about a year ago by which the and thownthousand dollars by fire ThE a sWie of the casyis The Corn thonwealthTaj lor and the charge iis Burning he house of another h fhe case when called was con t tinued and the motation Not Found was made on the docket t will be Iemembiered that Tav lor was the proprietorof a repair shop in the burned district on Main Street and lived with his family in rooms over the shop Tte fire originated mysteriouslyI inTaylors place and suspicion was directed to him at the time owing to the fact that he told several con cung1tor es about the fire No steps were akt prosecuting him howevtr and I a in short time Tayloi left wit his family presumably for Lou itville So ftfr as anyone here knows nothing has beep heard froei him We have not kane- ib character of Evidence c which tti maictmfenfc was found Taylor fir r caaae to Springfieid tam uWQreUd mender w1igurej v TI p Occasionally a man is found in every community 3700 thinks he cannot afford to ba a subscriber a local paper Does betake t his pencil and figure In a methodicAl wavthe cost of f eekly oapef at one dollar aa ar Due he calculatingly prove that this expi1se1is butw bits for tUirteen wQekFa ht and a third con ts a month bless thin two cents a weeka quarter section of one cent a Say loescomparison of ths newlepaper expense with his tobacco britor other indulgence which might forego with profit rntich pays for the local news p paper has been dangling before eyes and growing bigger at H glance until it assumes inproportioihis imagination No citizen afford to be wi bout a loca- lperand all of the newspapers his neighborhood for no o- hpr can g ve all the happen cf human interest It I- Srto say that 5 a year repre the actuall value fa Jocal newspaper to the average sub scriber There are I ideas adj vanced a suggestions given value of whichtd the reader little thought of As a busi proposition the local news si f is worth manvtimes the remarkably low subscription asked sajn Nothing of J1the000 paid by Dr Shoop for any Mr ent case of GripJe or acute Cold a2i cent box of Prev ntics will tii break How is this for an Offer Poctors supreme confidence in little Candy Cold Cure Tablets Preventics i certainly complete S100 against 25 cents pretty odds And Preventics remember contains no quinine no laxative nothing harsh nor sickening Pneu g nia would never appear if early were alwaysl broken Safe and i for feverish children 48 Preven 25C rBradleyr Wrlliam OConnell Bradl0yof uisvilIe2 was eected United nator to succeedC James B Oreary receiving 04 yates on fintas 127 members were pres me t and yoting His eJection made possible by four mocrats Senators Charlton McNutt of Louisville and Representative Mueller of LouCi1le and Representative llard of Boyle county who a ttd lor him The Beckham supporters walked intoa trapS idi had been laid for them voting at jpint sessioni pro ceeded as usual until after o gb Democrats had voted matte the breaking of a quo impossible when Senator ariton changed his vote toBrad Senate McNuti and Rep at resentatives Mueller and Lillard d voted for the Republican ucus nominee Pandemonium oke loose when it became apy tlhat Bradley had majority vv and a recapitulal ion s demanded bv the Democrat surrounded the onr mew rs who had voted for Bradley J pleaded with them to change Offers tb withdraw Beckhanrs name and to call a Democratic caucus were made but the pro t posai tocomprptnisejcamo tdolate the four refused to change eir votes OrJ recapitulation general breaknp of the Beck l ham forces took place ind ate final count 1he had but 15 votes the same number that lr leThin Nervous Then your blood must be in n very bad condition You certainly know what to take then fake itAyers Sarsa parilla If you doubt then nconsult your doctor We know what he will say about this hgrandold family medicine Thin It the flrit question your Doctor would ukII Art your bowel regular He knowsj that dally action of the bowels U nbaolutely euentUl to recovery Kelp your llrer nctlvR And your bowels regular by taking la dose of Ayer xaUvei dAJaada by J Ayer Co lowell 2Iaaa Alco irnnfaoturar of t1l1erSIIAI Vlao1tII IWft ha1I no IeC2Ct3t Ves pnbftsh the ormua5of1 our mcL Utl g Lhoicej L stood1 firm and the Speaker finally announced the result Mr Bradley was escorted 10 the Standf and made a speech of thank pledging his bfst ef ort in rhe United States nVte for the good of the whole people of fteniucky An effort a8 made to find Mr Beckhim nd incitei him to makeup speech at ut he had left the State House an Tickling or dry Coughs will quickly tiosenCure And it is so thoroughly hann w ss that Dr Shoop tells mothers to use nothing else even for very young babies The wholesome green leaves and tender stems ota lung healing shrub give the curative frropertiesCure It calms the cough and heas the sensitive bronchial membranes o opium no chloroforn nothing p harsh used to injure or suppresseTand Dr Shoops Take no other Red Cross Drug Store 1It Zion Echoes tyMrs mBMiss Margie JBonta has re turned homeafter a months j SpJigfafieldThe wedding of Miss Carrie on Neal of Chaplin Fork to Mr b Fred Galvert came as quite a ci surprise to her friends piheMr and Mrs Clyde Goatey ttended church Sunday atMt ion and dined jat the home of H B Bonta J Mis R A RusselljstiH con IdnesMrs SH Bishop of Springs e field and sister Miss Margie Bonta attended iChqrch here Sunday leMrby ero sly ill cNrDinBlooUJtieldSaturday MissSallie Mae Williams hns turhed home after a visit to ty- elatives in Bardstown Gtvch To PiesB Spiegel 1204 N Virginia StWEvansville Ihd writesh For over ve years I was troubled with kidntey and bladder affections which caused much pain and worry I lost flesh to aid was all run down and a year ago had to abandon work entirely I habc three of the best physicians who did me no good and I was practically iven up to die Fol ys Kidney ure was recommended and the first bottle gave me great relief and lto 1akiQJ the second bottle J was entirely cured Why not let it help ou Sold by the Red Cross Drug- tore IiIIisburg tl tt4 Mr and Mrs William Derrin ger spent last Tuesday nights and Wednesday with his mother this pjace to Owen Pinkston died at the home of his brother on last of Saturday UVh uary 15 aged 63 ears His remains were laid to rest in the Pahview cemetery the following day I- Mrs S B Yeager and Mrs M Brywn spent last Tuesday whh their aunt Mrs R P UolvindProf J TPiather of Hills boro was in our town one day last week cMrMr Sidney Perkins farm on last Saturday r Earnest Riley has returned l a from DeKnlb Illinois Walter Bale boughl of Sydney Perkirs 10 lures of WoodluVMi for 52p Bfttnry Lion bought of Wl F Fowler 12 ares of laud IIr Jia 2IMr S E Harlow has recover eji from along case of lagrippe Slett Pmkaton bought a horse from his mother for 55 SCRIBBLER Eat anything yuu life and win like but take a Miona stdbach f abmtirst to strengthen tne stomachand prevent it di gestion SOc 1boxnothiiig if it fails The Red doss Drug Sore Dally ug I said It In the4me low path l fay It on the mountainstairsthe best things any mortal hath are thosa which every mortal sbaresLncy Lor coin- u Ar i SIRONGPLEA By J CampbellCantrelin Favor of No Tobacco- Crop For 1908 Ci McChord Also Speaks A gool sized crowd gathered the Cou rt Bouse here last Saturday for the purpose of hearing ad drees on the tobacco situa oii by Mr J Campbell Can trell ho is Pr sidtnt of the State EquityMrand his speech was good na tured andr teasonable and free um wild and incendiary state tueuts which have characterized other speakers who have ap eared herein the same cause speaker told of the work of the Society of Equity in Kentucky and the progress made towards the sale of the pooled tobacco Besaid that the socie had sold something like eight- kIli9n polirds pf the 1906 and 1907 cnp at Equity prices to independent bUyers and he be lieved that every thiug was vorable to a successful cion summation of the deal now between the American To acco Co and the Burley Asso atior the sale of aiIlof the- ooltd tobacco ID case that deal is notTmade however Mr Oantrel urged all tobacco growers to refrain from planting any crop during the year 19C8 He made an earnest plea in behalf of the no crop ea and stated that those grow rsWhhacj stayed oat of the pnol apd who had sold their tpbaccoj at good prices as a re sult of the poolers action should nd ala tf those whohad stood toe pool bv cutting out thn rop of 1908 and thereby keep p the price IbY Ifmitiug thp supply He jsaid that other counties were loyal to the Socie and intimated that Washing ton county is about the only county that has not taken kindly the no crop idea The speaker aid that the tobacco grower ho has his tobacco pooed could better afford to go to sleep for the next twelve months than grow a crop this year that tbe increase in price vih no rop for 1908 oud more htu compensate for the loss of bne years planting Mr Cantrell indulged in the usual abuse of the heartless tobacco trust which is the stocky intrade of so many orators He said that he had been making speeches over the tobacco district for several months and the fluency of his alt would indicate as much MCCHORD SPEAKS At the close of Mr Cantrills pei cli Hon W Q McOhord arose and stawd that he desired say something in regard to his York at the present session the Kentucky Legislature Bespoke of his tobacco bill which is now pending before the House and undertook to explain the meaning of t He read one section which he said was the main point in the measure That section provided against any discrimination on the part of the tobacco buyer against any sell er as regards to price paid Mr McChord stated that he had bee- nhared on the7 floor of the housa with mis repsen ting the people of Washington couniy d mealiqncd a petition which was forwarded from this county to the Senator and also to Representative McChord protesting against the passage of somie drastic measures which bad been introduced aimed at the tobacco interests of the State He claimed that his bill was not re fered to in the petition Beforq Mr McObord had finished his speech he drew frona his pocket a resolution which he read The resolution indorsed iin strongest terms his work aa a member of the Legislatures and urged the passage of the Mc Chord tobacco hill Mr Mc Chord offered the resolution be foie the meeting and awaited action Hon WIr Claybrooke very promptly moved the adoption of tie resolution and motion being put by the chair man was adopted STAvE OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO i ssLUCAS COUNTY J Frank J Cheney makes oath that be is senior paitner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing busiqess in the city of Toledo county and state payILARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured bytthe use of Halls JattarrheareA s JKKANK J CHENEY Sworn to before na nd subscribed in my presence thi 6ili da jrof Dec ember D18U6 A W GLBASON SEAl NOTARY PUBLIC Hal15 Catarrh Cure is tiken luler nally and acts directly upon jlhe blood and tuucoui s faces of the isys teti Send fer testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Toledb O Sole by all Druggists 7Sc Take Halls Family Pills los con stipa ion Prisoner Dies t Sam Swan colored age about 27 years aorisoner in the coun ty jail died early Monday morn log under unusual conditions for several days be had been complaining and had been taking medicine prescribed by a negro doctor who occupies an ad jon ing cell Sunday he fell into a stupor and a physician was sum moned His condition was alarming and the doctor sus pected strongly fiat be was suffering pm morphine poison ing There were symptoms however that rendered this position dubtfuIand as a result the physician was in a dilemma as to the causn of his death An examination of the prescriptions given by the colored doctor in jail disclosed the fact that tie drugs administered to Swan under them were harmless and could riot have in any way been instrumental in producing the effects that lead to his death According to custom friends are permuted to see pisoners at times and it is believed that Swan had received from some one Who had visited him the drug that produced the stupor from which he could not be Swan was in jail charged with carrying concealed a deadly weapon and was in the gang recently rresEd near St Marys by detectiye Hntchens of Louis yule and a posse of officers under the direction of Mayor Thomas The negroes arrested with Swan were accused of bringing liquor into local option territory lor the purpose of sale Swan was removed from jail Sunday to his brothers house near the depot where he died without regaining conseiousnejs His remains were iIDI jifiiij ButrsSeedSt1 1 1 CLOVER I SAPLING RED ALSYKE ORCHARD CjRfAl lSy GOOD BEST tFAIRlv TIMOTHY RED TOP BLUE GRASS Purity anfLoi Prices JOHN LILY BARBER l ItswscRnioN SLO441E4R rIt Where thefimet biscuitt i cake hotbreads j f or puddings are required II ftpyal 1is mdispensablp J f rD o III 1 t1I p 2 JsaKintffowacrA- tsriutelyPuiI 4jj I t only for richor fine food r 1 1 1Noffor special toes or servicei k 2 Royal is equ lyfyaluaMemde JJ 1 preparation of plain bftinted +I everyday foods for all occa + sions It makes the food more nutritious and wholesome t tiptiptaty I l EnIterprise If youwould like to fool some Vise Coffee criticwho know line Coffee on taste and flavor n quietly make foi him a batch of Dr Shoops Health 1tCoffee anJ serve it piping hot If deceived Mrs hoop and will I believe anyon And there is pot a grain bf real Coffee in it Health Coffee is made from pure toasted grains malt nuts etc Made iin a nJO to 30 minutes boiling lU pounds 25c For sale by McElroy Shader Mr Louis James comngtccc Louisville The favorite actor Mr L nis James supported by an allstar cast headed by Aphie Jbnesy and Frederick PauidDg will in the event of the sfatfcra At Macauleys Theatre Louisvill etrly in marchthen Mr James w1l be seen in a repertoire of comedies which includes The Merry Wivt s of Windsor U The Comedy of Errors ajad Tne Merchant of Venice Considerable interest is cen tered in tthis engagmeut as Mr James is considered the representative actor of America and the repertoire selected is one that has been decided upon only after carefull1 delibt ration glided by the opinions of the prominent residents pf Loniis yule which is in itself a guran tee that performances of ex ceptional merit will be present ed and will undoubtedly attract crowds from the sugrounding country as well as the regular theatregoers of the citySThe Merry Wives otWmdsor is masterpiece of good humor neither lyricjldraniatic narrative or historical but an exception- ally well received conceit cOQ structed solely to amuse as well as to fullfill a regal edic executed by Good Queue Bess who wishing to witness the adroit cupidity OSlf John Fal staff commanded ShakespearE to write a comedy depi ting tb Various hnprs attiiantto the Ji l4y Knight of Windsor ir tcyaN The Merry Wives of Windsr is one of the great writers best efforts and fairly bubbles over with brillant characterization His close woven sod unflagging mirthfulness together With tbj I inexhaustible wealth of droliary conlones whatever moral short comings he may posess by hir love for 3 ckand bis flirtatf ous propensities for the f rSeX1 The first act rapresepts Mr Mr Pages home on the Windso roAd with in exact reprodQCtiuo ofjWmdlKcr Castle in the distncet Next tberels the t famous Caxter inn J a hPstelryr noted for its JJolumTan gather ins in the days of Good Queeb floss Fords nom jfhtra tb t celebrated Bucbasketepiio4 e is enacted is a faithfil repro notion rom sketches jin the BritisH 1Il1Mumf and the iptimt ma bj Margaret Howe of Ford l hout The last av djjeloatt Windsor Forwith thelltoWy i1rises Ok in t efQl ffp JJt Herd Iraaiiion says at the mid r r i c J n d 11 1n ht hour the lair MIa iiiftr in the sbftdoKs of Ute moo ang and danced to kwf away in joyous reelryiotbSI gtinibf light o the eitiltM tn t riil1e Mr Jipriusome really bafl ad iitStIcIoctricalec4I bid SIddtoftItiS ij f4 r 4 Tis sad hn liwrnHr 3 cash 7 ToUnd your IOUiika4rit To be Injalllfor And cant get itJTis sad to walk wkerepces grew And bg too short to rt ck tiiMB J To worliawakenfrif leraMM wriic And not be asked to prtck UsuiI fTlssad to l Ulla8CC il thrihgk r 5Akeyhole so caait tell Ifc To read the joke you calk jvtcit i own Before youd time td Jell itfPut this is far the wdde tfate i The sun will ever itflieW To be a vine and wamtt twbc tf and nave no oak to twi e fft WarckLipMNZ it ISaE BURNt Jt30N it 4t frHAvvTG9DIP5 JtPrices Average JrWv thati i Ii Wek1212CiPPoud fc 4 f tf Our prices have raaftd ifei Jweek from tto 22c Ts Tf tire on out entIre aJ Jot 1f Y rweek of over 50aOQOpMHrf M j I2c which is ooiafMtcWjr UM f r highest average mad on tftuc or 1 tmy Other msrkMIn ib aoontrj rand show Uwfr Let an M I Ute ITest Barley rcarfci hflb L + I3helburnesf 1i olace to e1l your q m 1 tiherwrOMf or i ciA i4 1 bowalitoprcsasffivebs 1Lowandidebyifomeandse1oryureMLW 7 would advice pliMitn tKt f Y fJfastpossible to aiaateMirprgtCI 5FJ price much loafer v t 4forilluatraioe 0eter tOO J IIIMlrriltet W ok poundiatl5c350poS4aMU4C 1 antt4 290 pouixli a4 111ecIW ooind at life Littoa Xiiwari Q f J fjL0OpoisdsM 1O lj f17c475 possa t1 27 F f DOUM t 11 IIi tl 80 tpODdsm16C 3901Ii1Slipod fat 21c S poMi a4 17e 110 Uf poiaaIiIIc r 740 pBiiJI it j V 16ic e pom JL U IRD 790 pounds a4 Iftjc 4185 potofe at t 1ciJ7W pbSD at4t1flpouil at OdS S i Ie 830 pooo4 E si poawk at HC 670 5 TL lfc MO pound poMdi rt 14c 5SO plii M tThc j teO JO = fiT7 polod Ai 1ft 11 1S4c 8gLUas WAI8 41JI olIh5Ws t liB y juotLc t dept = v r w J r THNErSRfL nl WSLEADER l Ji YMY TMUMDAT t i tiSIMFIEIDkY a f 1 t L DAVISON Jr J It L iI THURSDAT lR5 1908 i Il TM pHMibnr8 of the Society of i c r JaysvmpathyJ r c t f 1f fclii rt 4 fracing the State t ltt order to clear itself of the ftt rSUi of tbeM lawless acts l l sYwfci haDy are liwng at the iII doof the members of the So js q city t udIts ympathizers steps t i J JWat once be taken to sup jprm the incendiary utterances x fjiitiiy aoknowledged leaders 4m th Barley movement The laiMfc outbreak ia fromWBa T ft Jffwki i rho was one oftbta1 i tifqiwlars of the organization I in Kwitucky and its first preiK eUnfc To judge from the exp jjceseoo attributed to Mr Haw kiwi b w either crazy or a anti crank The author of i scb tim ntlis asreprehn Tiib1 Ifii the fellow who applies tb torch rwboswingsthe b lash Here is what Mr Haw t Jciiw is credited with saying When your plant bed is scraped 4 or your barn burned send to i Got Willson and he will let you byr a batalion of soldiers and a s gaMing5 gwt to protect your L i property d maybe save you t from whipping There is an t 1 ko1diayit jIdo not care to buy a iawstit Ito you care to buy trovble in this way by flying 111ii tile lace of deter mlneU men who i belief you their worst enemy and who will stop at nothing to right their supposed wrongs TfaeTnajority has saidjNo crop ft What will doxinJ906 you sow your beds and begin a year ofr days70thforalarm at every noise what are the ridersdoing now Are they oily scraping plant beds or are they after my barn or Obor rors are they after mv back with their damnable switches I jp not hug to yourself a de usion and say it won t come to- mec Hasnt it come toV the I highest IFlee from the wrath tc come1 for if you plant tobacco you are sowing a whirlwind f Mutterings and mumb logs are heard on all sides and the out raged farmers will not stand persecution always and I saj to you thatinmy opinion trou blewill come tOyou if you plaju iiS a ropin f08 b v The tobaccobill introduced Hy iA RepresniAtfoelo er figfie di the Legis lature on Tuesday by a Jvote of 66 to 21 The passage of the bill was vigorously fought by Representatives Dixon Feland Hnnabandoih rs who only succeeded in having the fail amended before its presage lb is pr dcted hv tie bill will Ixive rough sailiogdn t Seriate Growers in the dart tobaccoI district arebppjaedto it It is claimed by mapufacturers and t warehousemen o f Louisville i that should itbecometaw iit d will rum the tobacco intel ests cf Sa r rs that city tAk conference is on between JjS representatives of the Americxn t t i Tobacco Co and the Burley t S ietyfor the sale of the g pfDoled ttobucjco Negotatipcs are being held behina closed z arlnd nothing definite bs + bee gIven out The growers 7 however are feeling confident 1 that a deal will be consummated tJi the next few days In meantiiiV it is said thite 4Ir aldbten twenty million HSr t hoftbe Equity tobacu bw been sold at Winchester to dependent buyers at high ircsi The Equity people are i c ilfili ntpf FUCCPFS ancidevel tr t JLI ire certainly fiVorable t- ott 1 jI good sals of the entire lot of c OOd tOb co Xitodsy th best knQwn and dlEor4eraIIte lt pfcltj sQch a djipepsia iEMrtbsr cir atoaach nd belch jf uut pi tlcoJ1inst1t same SSI3aiaf vrid w a Wealthy stomach xwIAI fi aJMMt to take It isl te d to fire relief and is sold kce y jedCroes Drag Store Hardlns Gllapcl 1 Mr prepija Wilson has sdldJ his farm dbnfajning ixtytbr- eicto Mr Gj W rbcanougher r for 1000 irt Mr Stanley Fenwtck was in Peftwick Monday on business Mrj Jeptha Wilson is gpicg to JtoCoryyon Iiidtovisit hs brotn er this week Mr Bernard Warren of Per ter11irai Mr and Mrs Robert Miltontt spent Fridy and Mr Henry Stumpp at Sunny side THE ROSE This is what lion Jake MporeI State Warden of Georgia says of Kodol for Dyspepsia B C te Witt a Co Chicago Ill DeaSirs yhave suffered moro than twenty yeurs from indigestion About eight een mouths atro t had grown set much worse that J could nut digest a cru t I corn bread and could not retain rn my stpmach I lost 25 pounds in fact I made no my mind that I could not live hut a short time hen a friend of mine resommended oclol I consented totty it to lease him and I was better in one day I now weigh more than I eve r did in my life and am in better heslth for many yeaijs Kodol did it keep a bottle constantly and write thiahbpidg thai humanity v llbe benefitted Yours very truly Jake C Moore Atlanta Aug 10 1904t Sold y theJXtd Cross Drug Stors JP Hiillbopo We are having some very fine weather ond the larmsrs will oon bgin 10 burn tobacco beds Mr Lee SuthrIandand Al ibertHines attended Mrs Sans bu ry fs sale Saturday Mr J A Coulter and wire were in Mackyills Friday ou busines Miss Hattie Dunehbe refcut ned to her home in Linton Iud after a call to her fathers bed side who was dangerously i with pneumonia communitYIJ ofIMat Seay for 50 Mr Henry Settles of Willis butg spent Sunday with Jim l Settles and wife J H Sett1sviit his brother at Lebanon jlatnrday We would lijfetoread another interesting letter fro i Smoky valley Mr Jim Pat Brewer and will leave Saturday for wifeI make their futura ome Albert Hines purchased a cow and calf for 50 Sabe Coulter was in Willis burg on business Monday We are expectingio have a turnpike run from Mayes creek bridge to Mackville Mr Jessie Thomas has returned from Louisville VIOLET 4 Umequaledas Y Cure for CroupJJ Besides being an excellent remedy for colds and throat troubles Cham berlains Cong Remedy is anequaled as a care for croup says Harry ViI sonof Waynefown Ind When given as soon as the croupy cough appears thio aemedy will prevent the attack It is used successfully In many thousands ot homes For sale by IJaydon RobertspliIi lon Run As Long Run has i6news in theNewsLeader I will try and jot a few items for tbs week Mr George Best and wife visi ted his brother J W Best Sunday tWesick all better as la grippe bas1 been raging in this community Mr G F Chnsterson lldJ family visited ttbeJrS parent MfR T Best5Mr Goiiejey and wife atend ed church at Beech GroveI Sunday Miss Mattie Lee Kimberlin is visiting her brother Charles Kimberlin of Louisville this week IIIA severe cold that may develop in to pneumonia over night can be cured quickly by taking Fpleys Honey and Tar It wilt cure the most obstinate racking cough and atrengthen your lungs The genuine is in a yellow package Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store If Removalv i Sales i it- iI IIF- rom i 5 now until we move into our new store build jng we wIll give our customers the benefIt ofa = SWEEPING REDUCTION in prices II t= These Articles willlgnatjost = 41 109 Mens Suits i 100 Boys Long Pants Suits 150 Boys Short Pants Suite 1 Corduroy Suits and Pants for both men and boys IIThes = at 40 per cent reduction = Ladies Skirts Cloaks and Furs These prices are for CASH ONLY 11 f Grunfiy iMclntfe J J1 Texas Mrs John Peterson his rf turned from a visit to her moth r Miss Lillian Sparrow has gone tq visit her mother for several weeks IMr Sam Willson and Mr Eugene Campbelle were ii Harrodsburg Saturday and Sundayon business Mr Henry Willson bought a sow of jDr Hatchett for 11 Mr ten Bradshaw also bought a sow of Dr Batchett forSI1 MrE1d Lankford boughtof- MrW1lRoea fine horse for whichlhe paid 125 V Mr JBoo Lankford is building a fine residen e en his farm which is progressing nicely con sidering the weather Mr Tom Peterson bought a horsefrom Mr Sam Brady IGuess Who I I speciaI Notification I ii A Tremendous Sacrifice Salt I THE PUBLIC BENEFITS ilmI 11 of b I lIfurnituref lI I lfANUFACIyreat pur chase of manufacturers surplus stocks by giving the people the most stupen rI curtainshuuseboldenl ire I pricesII cirtlEsIIhlsllarns a I YorkPhiladelphiathe people of Kentucky and vicinity and be proposes to give the public a stu PDtirettateondouK duvs a premier effort in valuegiving on furniture such as the public will long remem MS never heretofore hvq our people been able t buy furniture of every I1ber of manufacturers carpet rugs and house furnishings at less than actual wholesale Jas G eene Furniture Buldmg is noj cosed in order to get these great sur PIUS stocks in readiness for the opening days sale and I openforWEDNESDAYMURNING salebuti I1ille has certainly prejar d for immense cro ds of people hiving already Louis en hundreds of extra salespeople in order to be able to wait upon the large sacrificeTheheretofore had an opportunity of attending such a stcrlfkJl sale as Greenes navpi I Manufacturers opportunitywhichi this most wonderful bargain giving event to replenish your homes Remember the sale asreceivedandANYPART will last for endays olv MAIL ORDERS WILL BE PILLED WEDNESDAY morning MARCH 1ih at 830 A M Drop evryrhingtrlce opens youjarranaemehts tobe in LOUISVILLE KY if possible on iheopenTng day I Be sure you find the rieht place Look for the bf g green and whit signs JAM GREENEb MANUFACTURERS OUTLET FURNITURE SALE 425427429 QtthemorningEst Market St Louisvjlle Kv Wwou d I onens March llth WEDNESDAY MORNING AT 830 A M Be ItPie b on will cf he ten sale days arid secure your share of Cbf many bal pains offend hII Iivr REMEMBERTHE adwillfyou rugs your bouse Ineeds 11that830Sale lasts you can not come sendorder by mail IIyoor VALUE MONEY THEN PREPARE ACCORDINGLY YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO MISS THIS SALE L I ii I eMOORjSlLLfl Born to the mife of MrEd Y cUm Feb27 a boy Mr Sherwood Weekley and i family have moved from Louis yule to this place and will occupy YancylMiss Lizzie Oliver of Spring field wascalled here bylie ill a ness of her father Mr John 01ver f Mr Wells and wife of Tatham Springs are the guests of their daughter Mrs Ed Yocum Mr Dave Hays of Lebanon is visiting his parents this week SMr Lee Godby and family Mr Albert Wall and family have gone to Mamjnouth Illijois to make their future home Bro Benight of Louisville filled his guar appointment at NewHope Sunday Mr Will Sweeney and chit dren of WoodUiwnl have beer viiling friends here the past weekSMr Yancy was in Louisville last week purchasing his spring goods Mrs W O E Iis of Wood lawn is the guest of her daugh ter Mrs Tea Hardin Mr Everett Weekly died Suni day morning March 1 1908 in the 38 year of his age He had been an inv idnearl all his life he dfed of gangrene SeveralI years ago he married Miss Belle Wilson He was a son of Mr and Mrs John Weekly of byhiand father three brothers and four sisters The remains were laid to rest in the Mt Z oh ceme tery The bereaved family have thetympathyofthe entire com munityin tHeir sad loss MFs Cassie Yancey is visiting her sister Mrs S B Yager at Willisburg Mis Lora Yancey and Mr EarleWlrieman Miss Margaret L dane and Mr Carl Yan py were guests off Mr aid iliisburgSunday Miss OHie Gray returned h me after apleosant vsu with Miss Della Virgin Prof Hi HOwellOi HaYanavCQte hfcoIilmfns tni3r1aIn Coui Re1lluY tAB long atro as I can remember my mother was faithful juser and nemeIdy101 its true value untilnow writes Prof HA Howellof Howjlls American School Havana Cua Ithe night of February 3rd our baby was tacensilek with a ery severe cold the Mekt day wasworse apd the following night hia condition was edsperate He could not lie down and it was necessary to have him in the arms every moment Even then his bieathing was difficult I nevoudhveuntllmornmy mother remedy Ohamberlains Cough Kemcdv which we gave and it nowIaI t Chamberlains Cough Remedy and that only sayed the life of our dear litHo boy For sale by Haydpu Bobertson I Willisburg John Brown sold to John Mc Millan G58 res of land for 800 rsJerClmeWensligavea Monday 1111Tb angel of death visited the of Mr and Mrs T 3 Miller on last Sunday night i 4 wr h4 i4 I = StreetililMtin jINc0RPOItATIDj I MifiN StREEirldOJ8EII IINDEP1DEzr IfOWEN QUISENBERRY cdll ag rs II KfIII II f Ct IIJ t r I 4I 4i Light In Cit 1sesI Inspection Ir 1 i j ii- Mrs Ada GerVell and daughter of Chaplin are visiting her brother Tames Blacket r TSrastas Colio andwife visit d friends and relfitivesbere Jast Aetlr j Mared Sims gave the young folks a musicale party on last Monday night All report an enjoyable time Brussel Perkins Is on the sick list f Race 8mip Roosevelt calls it rs pot nearly the menace to increace inf populatup that deaths among zints are Andeight out of len of there deaths aro directly or Ind Ceci ly caused by bowbl toubles AleGeea Baby Elixir cures diarrhoea dysen tarFj sour stomach and all irfant at1 menH of this r Jut tht thing for teetbiu babies Price 01 and 50c Sold b the Red Crpss DrugStores r Fair View Mrs J W a part of last week with her sislgr iMrs Steve Bayne Late Carney of Pair field has moved to Maud Born to the wifeof Ed Yocuro aboyPeb 26 M Dave Hay of Louisville jis visiting his pi rents here Mr Thomas Grigsby was born Sept ditd- Peo 28 19Q8 He was married to Lucy Ann Hickers n April1 24 1854 to that happy union1 iwas added four sons and three daughters of which three sons and one daughter are living and were all with him at his death His funeral Was held at Mt Zion churcb where he had been a member for Bro Eversole His pall bearers were Gee D Bbdine Joe Bo dine Jas Weakley Buter Baun ly John W Hays and Ham Moore Four years ago Mr and Mrs Grigsbv celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Mr and Mrs Tom Mooie were present the couple wlo skood up with them when Ihey wre marriedI I Cllillftlltlvt Cksarc thp forerunners of dread consumption yet they can be broken up and entirelY cured if properly treated It is only by removIng the cause of the AlnrH rthat pn nhO of the trouble and restores the lungs to a normal condi lion It is a safe and cflcc tire remedy All Druggists 25 Cents Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney and Braider Trouble Kidney trouble prcjs upon the beauty mind a a vigor Cl1eertul n i ri1 itsar ear 1 e lriC re- Ic t of jrdci orCJa become so prevalent it is uncom mon a child to be born afflicted with weak If the child urinntes too oflenifthe urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control tile passage it is yet nfflictedwith hedwetr ting depcndupon tt is kidney trouble and the first step ld be towards the treatment of these important organs This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder not ton habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made miser cwsmnRoot is soon by druggists in fifty cent and onedollar size bottles You may have sample bottle 1mnni1 frte also aqu that not for kidneys sho and l10me of t pamphlet J telling about including ninny of Ute tl1ousnnds ortesti tmonia1 letters received from sufferers Dr Kilmer CoIcured In writing Binghamton NVbe sure and mention t this paper Dorit make any mistake t but remember the name Swan pRoot Dr Kilmers UvampRoot and the ad dress Biiigimtou NY on every bottle I Sales Daily dII jIijiiI inIsnntdaughter asPresictjdnt Baysspent 22118Sand fortyyearsbJ effectedP1so5 discouragegandlessciisambitiou eiedXidneytroublelnts thecauseofthedifti- culty rtrouble1am1 SWa2UpROOt Auction Returns Promptly 44 == JIn Presidential Year 18Those Who Want the TRUTH ShoM Read teAn Independent Newspaper 4 THE EVENING POST DURING THE TOBAS ItM COSTS LESS THAN ONE CENT A DAY FJffiE A New Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas From Isaac Slilbi to Augustus Et WilbM All of Kentucky Governora The only complete collection now la UW Every true KentuckIan should have a copy Inhls homeor office JUST OFF TIlE PRESS Is the new Kentucky map Engraved especially tor the Evening Post at a cost of 3500 SIn addition to this uptoth minute Kentucky map and plctmre ofatlX tuckr Governors the complete census of alt Kentucky towns Js iveewttk pictures of the Presidents or the United States Rulers riags of all nations at amslllP routes statistical data In addition to the above there are ate maps of equal v5lue Including the hiI1pp1nes iorth RicO HawalfAI1Mil late maps of the United StatesPanaxna Canal Eastern and WesteraH apheres reports of the last three national census and much other historical formation J This tmlmie and Voloable Atlas TREE to ALL EVENDCO ROTSSCRIBERS JU not now a subscriber send for a ful1edbcrlptl mall or IzM for six months subscription Understand that these rat are Mr mall only and that subscription Prlcebjf carrier or agent te iOceati Jet weist s The Evening Post Js Ursula everything has the met State mews awl VK market reports A dally newspaper for the Apme f The Evening Post LOUISVILLE KY tt Special Price Oil AlIas ul Evciiaf Firtt WMi Thfc r l rv FOR OISJLY 350 rlI Jewelry i Watches 1 Diamonds i Si1verwareCutG1ass ClocksIha- veacornp1eteJewelryStOre l i= i NV line of goods moretrliable fsCarrJedby jjewelers I = anY buy from the worlds bet manufacturers arid sell Jon smaill profIts 1fiiti I Whatever iswoh5havingjaawelryJstore ii found here xv Watchess supply 0 t Ii I Jas JRGraves M Io4IHHoo+QNHHHHa +H4o4 + i c- ii8 J i 99Girlhood Scoi2s l Q linked together f gi V 5Igirl who takes Scot E4it1 3ehasfplenty of rich red blood jTifc 0plump active and enerfetic The reason is that ataperiod igfciy a aids 6digestion is weak ScottfJ Emulsion 6provides her with powerful noyrk Lnt i i easily digested form I ji S It is a food that buiiIdsandkepp a s strength IImrlt ALL DRUGGISTS AND j OO VY1Vj vvvYYv Trouble Wrought bY Envy Whoro envjrIs there Is confusion and every evil workNew TestinienU Ms Advertised fpnrauased a bottle of Chamber lains ColfcOhoirL and Diarrhoea Remedy audfound i tft bft ajj claim ed forlt In tbQ dvrtiacinetit Three of the lamily aave used it with good results in summer complaints H E Howe publishers of the Hres High land Wis Solddy Hay clou Rob crlson Trutb Always Best Horace A good and faithful Judgo prefers tb5tS1tIit expedient- 18snnidvt Weether resulting frcma prsin ct from pantthere 1n fit- Thgsogood fOr aIazehaukler a ChaniberUtnsVPain Balm APlli freely aud rub the pttrts yiKorbfis Ute cbapplioettion nu a quick chiT iscertiiii SoU bj Hhydoq Rot rt son New Yorkers Fond ofpogs It is estimated that Nci Tork pert sons have paid 72000 for dogs duflni the last iearjAjj are my cpecia1tyind I cau ieanyjilii bgr ybu wanfc l i 6 ah4 t SOC rheumntic IIrYY wrnruw rlollctf 10 MMfi We aryloedl tr atmounce that Foloyjs iiomsy ai l Tar fcoqghooldB and lung troubtes isiot ate ed by the JfatlonallffQc Wood a1 Drug law ss iitcatajas HO p rateS i I 1dwecomfanlult u tt e Jed Crojs r Stuff t TteiEay To cure jyapefiiii Ifrijtjire away Our b JtrD J wiIxPE Craara Mituge ThEffI WORM REMEDY nil asws MII cwwwe ietB- lIsrdZow UaImt c-L0U15 MO RED Ra DRUG STORE i iw7 7 i w r i THE NEWSLE7DER 3A PIIIIIJ 7 4 i tr a 13 To t Dt 111 1 UNI wont hS5I bka Miz m Iowt 8 ilt fiMiflB ft awl wit bdtiw- y IVipfal iirfa at i IfctiMieiioa t WOo K M Oooce Compound JtJ aarnn tllreeon- cJE mHM himHtai1i L esiebobLed fraaa our ftrtjbfafci ubd are Mtil jfltettjiff tbeia well ID a 4 Rttf It g I llllr felt r flji SIL- lite pMMpfifee r mlMntow MtiMrity in iE iMii toorttioff jMJMr t ctaggtd vp inactive i MWr and iiraltft Ircw the tJ thstt3st WM4 1D I ewrca e 11t Ac RbtnmAiigm k act oik painful and otturo 0I tei daagercHM to f 11a reeipe will no ifi grfMly tlMd bymaoy ttlt J nivbit t hMMwho 1y oowjwtiMlrt the mixture i timrdiif It ia Mild that a person woiskl tHe tblf pre L j reiif larly a dose or two or eTeI1 few tiiidaYo wcJdr baye aeri u ny or Urinary Rh RiyaattamoSt oat it GM vR MHunatitm pr wbicb rfftlly are scarce r f a fl wba you need it you t it iNkdlf Or druggists ttMl will either I JW ittJptdiftnU or make the m t j reHy1o iVe if any tt fI 9er so prefer T L f fr Mr TralnlHf fer the J t r tJMHYi T tI1e eawtortalahMr kl HIt Puf i e books oT dYeature In awl tenet khm la a kelMM MM ck to do during the will b4WagMgo to bed JIUlH that when the serve f for weaken Ktilfeftloa Must always follow I Jrtrea0fbkea these same t serves with Dr boops aiikcKB ee how quickly h acai return Weak J Kkbwyaeryes cam also be 1i 4 eHi with the Restoratives Heart Palas palpitation or r weakne6 is found Dont I Macbnor stimulate the iIHti Kidaeyg Thatis wroug Go caMe of these ailments r these weak inside n6cves iSlioofs Restorative and get t simple single test will sur RedCroes Drug Store j Cal Dust Problem a HartJ The bt W calt part of 4iut prob3Ia to discover miMte m 8t McecMrlly be 4k a eosI te make Ike dust Iee cxpciimemts haveS been I e with tkis hd im view but stilts a obtilaW venot been j ii Lrnr efl hell ti should pr Jt m irimtteaa of letting t f kkBd then try to cure a kga yow keep your livert aWrtopadai im a healthy and e ittcmyM womt get laihia Herbine relieves oust fS iwtttiye liver and all br1jolb1e8 Sold by Red jt Dg5tee 51JMans Influence Lt TlM MMHHit of value of a f 1a for food or evil upon wUttMrall7 depend upon the ter ff mil indirect and ti IeT Starr Xing liBte OiRecori Tktrei 110 case on iq Ce fk occfld resulting in Sot imptIoufter Foleys Iit adTark4been tkenO c515Meyirceagk and break I 1cgiiicklyRefase ay ffeaMine Foleys Honey and yellow package Contains iN and Ii sure and safe ike E iCroee CttIvatePMfic Drug Store PIss AjUel1tffllaI 11er lICUCiLo aIJI d tHe pkte tIIIs r a byala wt UietJYcV j1 iLast prtt7aItI pl ant f 44 Jt aj MJgtaft z ji aceIUt aaUard S t i 11w tbe welIIvWan4 LMJ Te great and IcJtcr burns U UE1 rflackc and H 4 8 iAtytiMI K Coes Dug I qtyftbeeaNew Jsrusy Wfcekr reotatiy riasitaJtj IIuiaII ai a COMO I j rIf I Yasr4s- et AMMNI Mfd e a pork p4e with sa j d7wIi WASHINGTON LETTEltJ peciaJ Correspondence Aj arJble bust of Lincoln byGutzoii B rgl im the sculptor has been on ex hlbjtion in the vestibule of the White House for severn days having been place tjere for cabinet members con ress en and others to inspect Bor flum Is the ctJptor of the statue of General Sheridan in Massachusettsave The bust Of Lincoln is an excep tionally large one and has attracted muqh attention pre ident Roosevelt has given ac heart iudoisemcnt to the plans of the Arlington Confederate Monument as on for the erectioji of a mom ueiit in Arlington to commemorate t1nII ni crate dead buried there ASter of Indian Days Whin Qunnah Parker the mostnoed Indhin chief In the United States walk d Injo the White HOuse a few days ago it was noticed that be shook hands with unusual cordiality wfii Major Charles Loefflen Doorkeeper for Presl lent Roosevelt ajld all other pres Iden for nearly forty years Met on Battlefield When be had gone away the story tbeir first meeting became known It on a battlefield In 18GO Parker then being u small boyIt was Major eerwho siycu the mother of Par toui being Irlddled with bulietsand possibly the life of Parker himsel- fIajdroether was for many yearfc a soldlbr in the United States army He servtd in the Indian campaigns around asbOrd er and tnltbe Red river thet Hs soldier lIre was full of incidents Once he saved the of iFftRugh Lee then a lieuten i i the army Saved a Squaws Life It was nearIng Christmas W when a squad of twenty kinI In which Major Loeffler was than co poral routed a band of Comanche di nil headed by Chief Parker the r of the present noted leader of the ComancheS In Oklahoma The fought as it ran Suddenly a half men under Corporal Loeffler saw splendid mounted Indian dart across e plaIns some distance away The in rode like a true Comanche J1 slort space of time the men were enough to pie flying figure to be ring As they ieveled their rifles- Majbr Loeffler raised his hand and namled them to refrain declaring the flying Indian was a squaw men were Inclined io believe that rvas wrong but they obeyed his and It was not llong until the tl g figure was overtaken and it was d that Major Loefller was rlghtclMother of Quanah Tne Indian was not only I a squaw ut she hugged close to her bosom a ig boy five or six years old who hadrbe n lost sight of so close did he to his mother The surprise was her enhanced bytthe discovery that woman was white as white as any ihe s ldlers She was the favorite of Chief Parker and the mother Juariah Parker who grew up to beI greatest Indian his tribe ever w The woman had been captured Cbmanches when a mere child bYje up with them and had be wife of tbe chief of the band was faithful to them too and pleided with thc soldlerxto release her permit her to go on with her com Jons She was not held in captivity being released and returned to hef husband She died thirty years A Plague of Mice la the Humboldt valley of Nevada re was a plague of neldmlce An ert of tbe biological survey Is now the ground He has found that in e sections of the Valley the mice a4rage 8000 to the acre a number thatseems almost impossible but the- trith of the report is verified IW were destroying the alfalfa is grown In the valley at a rate wtlch made It certain that within osh rt time the industry of alfalfa rats must disappear When absolute ruin of the industry confronting the alfalfa ranch own the work of the na ura1Ists of the was begun and Itis now prac ticjally certain that the plague of mice disappear IWhat a Gopher Cost The survey wasappealed to by the- b4reau of Irrigation for help In beck the damage done to ditches by bur rqwlng animals One gopher hole In embankment caused a loss of 2 5901and in many places irrigation was Impossible because of the un rmlnlng work done by small ant nls The work ojthe burrowers ade way for the water whlqh by the osl o process did the rest The scjl fists of the biological surrey after taught the men Inter ted in irrlgatiou how to protect them Ives against the inroads of the mall I asts that work in darkness Soft Jobs at the Capitol There are some strange Jobs around the United States capitol buildlngj are carried on the rolls who InnylI1en oqenpatlons and It cflOnot be denied that the whole estab ijshment is one of the most extrava gantly conducted in the world i One favored constituent of an Influ EjnUa1 congressman draws a fat salary thecaPItalpy mOrtal with a smile upon his face snakes the rounds of the various coin nittce rooms and carefully dusts lnto jhe receivers of the telephones am lie pink scouted tooth powder Thus statesmen arc enabled to breathe sweet crftinie as they talk over the phone There Is another employee who Is the official measurer of the house of irep esentatives Whenever a bookcase leeds a new curtain be drpps around tfld5tdk s the measurements but he eve7uy real work CARL SCHOFIELD f 1 Sweet Revenge OrdnBlack lusdlted me last spring ut J got even with hImI 4BrownSo How did you manage It Green A few weeks ago I married the widow who owns the house Black hives In and I Immediately raised the rent Chicago sewn 4 Explained wllydoherlYOtlbecause some people are left handed fHarpers Veekly v Not Quite lilfllif Oh exclaimed little Robbie as they thetc1rcustenUt TomrnyDatsrjj American r DeWittsLIttie Early Risers small sure little liver pUl Sold by iJRel Crow ic trug Store WOMANAND FASHION I DaintHIwHGwn Of al beigarraents designed for jlhe ebrnfert of Woman in her hours of ease nothing is more attractive than the kimono the real Japanese article or ITbebig flowered crapes and silks with NEGLIGEE OF JAPANESE SILK neckbands and sleeves of plain silk or j satin Flaming red poppies cover a white Japanese silk surface in the pie tured negligee and the neck fronts and sleeves are faced with white satin White satin ribbon with knotted ends confines the house frock at the waist Millinery Hint The hat is an artistic creation which needs some care even after it is put on A good milliner will slightly bead- the frame to fit the face each time the hat Is worn It takes only a minute andVallds so much to too looks Velvet hats make aTvomnn look like a dowager They add to her age But esmakeIa woman more wonderfullntheeyw of a mum Jets take away from the beauty of the eyes They are too shining Diamonds and their cousin the rhinestone are too brilliant They make the eyes seem don- Turquolsi is much softer Sparkling stones never look well fn the hat or in the cars or at the throat Trimmingj any trimming ora contrasting material When the talkie is striped or plaid I think it adds to the character to have touch abine where of Itself cut on the I IIa to show the design This would be ugly If the stripe were broad and of sharp contrast in colors but the best designs in dark cloths have not either of these de fc tsThey are so wonderfully blend J ed that it Is hard to tell where one 001giuscoat suits is Jn stripes of green and blue which sounds startling It would be difficult for any one to real ly know whether the suit were green or blue without holding a pieco of It j well in the light A Study In Stripes plum colored cloth with a narrow tan colored stripe is used to make this gown The skirt tsx made In sections the stripes running different In each i one The waist has a girdle and tie of I jj OP PLUM AND TAN 8TBIPED CLOThI ratln and over the ahoulders and across the front are embroidered bands riiowlng purple tan and gold The- tulmpe and undersleeves are of cream colored lawn with light ecru satin rib Lou trimmings To Save White Skirts A gOOlllderIn to sew a narrow white cotton tape on white petticoats as yqu would skirt braid on a dres Whenl frayed It can be replacejl easily And thus prevent the throwing Away k petticoat which otherwise is hood orI Air Purified by curtains Dr J Brown the medical officer of attentiontotbecurtains filtering the air of rooms IThe amount of solid matter removed from the air by muslin windbw cur saysliieytalus should be changed frequently One condition he advocates but does not Insist on is that they should not be dressed or ironetl London Globe v y In These Recklessgays It cot much more toeducate a boy flOwthnfl lewben was a reluctantlybuyingti my Thats thesppond pair hes had since schoojl opeue ChIcago Tribune Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrrtp is a ilaw remedy am improvement on the laxatives off rmeryears as if does dot gripe orf1auteznd is pleasant to lake Itjls guara teed Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store TACTS IN FEW LINES Eighty mites an hour is the speed of a hurricane movement IV11I Adams said to be the first Englishman to land in Japan Is burled near Kokosuka Police Justice Kyle at Kansas City fluesIThere Is ft dally average of fortyone immigrants who are refuse l admission at the port of New York In Coffeeville Kan when the court restrained a man from selling liquor In his cellar he dug a new cellar under th sidewalk and continued business The Baptist state commission has chosOn Lawton Oklo as the site for the new Baptist university the city offering to furiiish forty acres of land and 75000 In cash A lighted lantern in falling from a Seven story building In Philadelphia struck a hat on tile head of Thomas Adams wedglqg It tightly over his ears the air Inside acting as a cushion and saving his skull Three valuable miniatures of the Duchess of Fife queen of Norway and Princess Victoria b belonging to Queen Alexandra have been stolen by bur glum from the studio of an engravur In London to which they had been set for reproduction Lemuel Andrews of Morocco I1fl1 hasAi flock of prairie chickens on his farm that has become practically do iieticated Some of the older birds have been on the farm for fivje years during wbjeh time they hav increased in numbers prom a dozen to more than 160 blrds L A Lcavitt of OldtOAViJ MeLcut down d big elm tree recently from which he realized 5250 The tree was four feet and four Inches at the buttj and 121 bateau knees Were cut from Its branches and were sold for 2750 Five more cords from the tree sold for 5 a cord For1 the first time in its history the British mint last year used aluminium for coinage purposes In nil 31872134 coins were struck from this metal these comprising half cent pieces for use Intgari onetenth of a pen ny rlnnprotecto pieces foij11and in the Nige Signor Enrico Toselli the music teacher who married the Countess M6ntlgnoso the divorced wife of the king of Saxony is writing a comic opera and says he Intends later to pub lish some curious and Important news which would astonish those who are interested In public life The third great athletic stadium to be built by American universities has just been completed at Syracuse It Is 070 feet long covers six and onethird acres and will seat 20000 spectators comfortably ltls constructed of con crete and is modeled after the old Ro man and Greek arenas s iJtt Is said that of the Americans met In South Africa more than Go per cent are westerners mostly from the Pa Chic cotast There are some twenty graduates of theUuIversity o Califor nia employed h the Rand mines nail Californians have pcuetrateti into belittle known lands north of tie Transvaal Senator Gore of Oklahoma told a New York xrilfer that he had been a candidate for United Stases senator ever since he was eleven years old and speaking of Oklahoma lie added We have there every reqUisite for human happiness I think and we dont get anything from thi cast ex cept the sunrise atIKland10fI cisco It is the Intention to ta me the afterkohilKhtt Menelilc of Abyssinia w soon be adtloH to the list of liionarchs wlio are automoliilists anti there are nOw only a few that are not The British government through Its prime minis ter to Abyssinia will present r car to him which has been specially con structed to withstand the jolting of the apologies foij roads that exist in his lkingdom GluseppI Maruzza twqntyone years norleJLIl lug case from which his hertd protrud ed He had made the long mid un comfortable journey in order to pro sent himself to the military authori ties who naturally declared that he was unfit for service The utmost precautions are taken to preserve the correspondence of King Elward inviolable Immediately that his majesty leaves his study a coufl dcntial secretary goes carefully through the room collects all scraps of paper the wrappers of newspapers and the top sheets of a blotting pad and de stroys them before a servant is allow ed to enter This precaution is also taken after a cabinet meeting IAlol Burgstalfer the tenor has flu ally been forgiven by Frau Cosiuia Wagner anti in consequence hq will appear pOst summer at Balroutli as- P rsifal and Siegfried Mme Wagner nevTjp forgave hIm for singing Parsi thejcotnBcllcdjahlni l to appear In the opera Lnst summer they met for the first time since Parsifal was sung there General SchafT has In his possession a number of drqwhigs made by sinj dents at Wcsf Point many of whom have since these days attained consid anllIfOQnd In an old trunk belonging to an nimy oillcer and were forwarded l to General Schaff ab memorabilia of old time West 1otet days In neonitioa of ills intere tingjskotches of1 hrmy life SlVaps ann nans Bacon One thinj about trivejing on board a ship a fellow doesnt have to hdng on to a strnp EgbertNo bvt hi has to hang over the rail a lot YonSers Statesmaii FOLEYS I KIDNEY CURE IWILL CURE YOU of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medi cine Take it at once Do not riskhaving Brights Dis ease or Diabetes There is nothing gained1y delay I50c and 100 Bottles REFUSE SU TI7VTiU I ii Att1-i the WaistJ JI y fjJLvJLiL vFi i tto by Kings For a Water Carrier the of the Royal flrdi mry modes of execution 5idoie too phsbelan Burmese roy jalty so when a niece of King Thee baw TeMued him eloping with In ntis miej young water carrier attached to tile palace she condemned to the feet of the royal exec Ulqner a monster kept and traial for the purpose The girl cap ured and brought back but the youth discretion the bet itor pat Of valor made good escape mind ieft his sweetheart to the tender mercies of her enrag d rela tives Oil the morning appointed for the execution and long before dawn a steady stream of people began to flow In from the country to the compound where it was to take place Many of them had come from iDug distances and overnight on the road sons 10 be early on the spot it is not often that a member of the kings family is put to death Laughing chattering nibbling fan early reakfast Of fruit or calves bought on the way the eager pushing A Jostling crowd along seeking of vantage from which they could gft a good view of the execution The couiirouhd wan caveved with a rank growth of tall grass cjxcept path stralgiit it from the to the Iiver This patch had been beaten hard time fcjet of the elephants Jpassing to and o ery day to water Spa e re served on each side of the path the klug members of the royal household and the palaco Gird and back of the soldiers TbeeVnws loyal subI jeeta stand where they liked Tin princess she wasislxtpent years oidvas brought out between two stalwart soldiers with Prince Singh her brotljor walking close to her whisper lug couHolntlon Her hands were bound behind her back and rhe wore ah em robe of pnle yellow silk with iittlcvhigh heeled French slippers onher feet rime angles on her arms and the about her neck tinkled and the John Aranson a foat rron saloon at SOU Commercial ctltle poJlcewhen It came to time saloon dooij al most frozbu Ho gave the jood ami o in a sited at the the saloon Iuror Mrs Xranson who has been III with days asked her tins bnntl tq prepare her some whisky and quinine had prepared the tried cine and was ready to take It sickroom when he heard his wife jcall Taken from the neck of a shaggy WQfhnndoont Rahway N Ji The time marked oil the paper indicated the mU had been ti written only an at the home of Mrs Andrew rated miles of Ilali way rho renill or whoever sets this firsii send 1o doctor up right away Mamma iot Hare him come thjs morn 11GetSold at Red Cross Store r t Ti4Swaist back or side are nearly sure proofof female trdbie t fQther signS are headache down pains irregular func tions restless i cold limbs lness etc pain bemy allayed the systembrce iSthe womanly functions regulated the use of ft r Wine of Caref UIt I Mrs Annie Hamilton of Stetsonville Wis writes C2dui savecrtt triiI j from the grave after three 3 doctors failed to heIpme tlsAl good medictne I recommend it to all suffering women P For sale at all ru9gists in Sl botfhc WRITE US LETTER Prdoned by an I ll v9 3urmbs8 Princess Condemned Death Decree Loving Is Saved by Clemency Executioner are con for by was die by elephant was cobslderihg his surrounding camped for publicly for leading through by fro was for broidered musically drunken hIs grip for He tothj hourbefore six t front These offearmpos aiTlvnlotheklngthe for her execution Many pitying glances were directed fromUppresent the American captain of one of the British steamers plying the Ir specialInvitationhe was quite a favorite Afteu everybodyswalking under a greenumnbrelln The girls ankles were then tied firmly gether and her arms pinioned tightly to her sides mid she was stretched face down on the pnh The gate at the end of the compound wrs open at lbgroynlcxccUtioncr lensthosemore than oae life Hllmd not vet been to water jyid lumbered rapidly across the Inclosuie eager for its morning drink and Jbath Every voice Zi1JJJIIIu ROYAL EXECUTIONER HUGE BEAST CAME OUT hurried points n IdugsrStablcs chaiiis ejected animal shelter several outside sovell Drug the and by had and A ns1Sbe signal toward thrown TjflE ojitimeand every face set In lense expectancy Then a strange thlrjg happened Tha elephant halted lowered his trunk touched the rumpled heap of yellow silk delicately its sensitive tip anti stepping carefully over time pros irate princess continued on his way to the river while a wild chorus of de llshted shouts and yells broke out be atnd him lie had refused to sanction the kings t decree and from the royal elephants decision there n be n 1Icase Later she escaped fled to Uritlsh steamer lying at the wharf thcI ras concealed by the American cap lltUu who carried her down the river f here she was met by her lover and tie pair were tiiiiilly of Burma by sympathizing frcnds Chicago Goat Gets a Jag On Four Footed Hobo by Saloon Keeper Drinks Latters Falls Into Hands of Law Jo 5 to him Leaving tlmenmoclicifle In large mixing rlar on a chair in tho floon he run upstairs When he return adll1 few miputes l- athell found time gut lying cull length i the floor in n ilnmkcn stupor and ic broken glass near by Arahsbn onJlel1l in a pollcemtn who was n Ing nnd they lifted tilt animal fcoin r1foi nxi threw 1t on a snow pllevonU- II uf vfIt tto so ut WhQn BP to lr tbifi t sjit nil waIa so i tiuiing urutil a corner drug atoiv Pet Dog Brought the Doco l r Nature Fake Factory at Rahway N J Furnishes a Rernakabl tale of Animal v 7 J l Woolburj ie note Toe is 11 some pressing nervousness with smuirgleijjut Befriended Medicine l d Sagacity sUre and bring sptoO jnsdijlne ling Hqjmeff drot to iht th11P find found r Woom1bd1h jyronsly tll Hip TVH pnlx twofltV r penrnn or t1 ti q dbtt1ll t Tire the sufferer effective treJitiUQiifctna VP her life The log is owned by Jirf VCowlhury rnl bus been trained tQiClrrl1iJg ihe nnlual him never Vo5tiV pn Kjiot AchlV aftlug arf racssen 1tO the Woodbury household I Woman Bunt MOUM Farm tradition gets an awful iolttIn the act that Miss Abble Ilathrbpof Qraa y Mass runs a mouse farm Write tcyfor freecoy ofvaJable6fpanmustr1ted Boo j WsttevIct Jfyo need MHkat Mdescribe your symptoms cLUing ageaTLtdles ry 5cr it piua e5 enl Oi M4teMOry Dept The Chataef M Co CbztUtJo s Toan T17 I z 7 t k4 II CALL ON tI- i t I+ I IIB1 DB Lake THE INSURAN gMANwt If you lil Insuranceto c = Write 1 If 0 4h VE fial tilt tS 1I ff i 0 callon t i IfB DILakel i4 J THE REAL EST TE MAN I A list of desi liable Wasnington 3 gcounty farmsfor sale No trbibleto I show propertytoprospectIvebLJyer f I v Address i pl l f fe D LAKE il tfi l I1kI i OoooOooo oooooo k ItTheSifestndOickestWayfoTransfer f QJ j Y J tii i i J 1ig 1i g g f CinnberlaQdd Telephone tTelegraph GcmpiD Z INCORPORATED F qoooX OOoooo oo if tfl Tonsilitisis swelling and inflammation of A the qlands at the side Of the thrQf S1oais Liixiiixeixtused as a and to I tho Jthotho J Quincyl SoreThroaK 11ForCrolp Asthma Pain in Cheslor liniment is unsurpassed oKKins Liniment is indispehso when iravelling because 1ItiS I penerrahng vyqrniimq sporhing 4f4 Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass U S A itrJI T1ieb rLpuIsv He Times jf Is the 1i VEst af ernoon pa er pubjished anywhere It pricts the newsrigh up to the mftute Pour or morp editions every day The regulai price of The Times 1S5 a ypar but you ca gehilie V NewsLead rJ andThe Louisville Tirps boh one year FOR 5OO If YOU vill send youirder ths paper NOT to Tiae Tioi t TREESmIiI Ytni a o aIlle Ii Evarytbt fir OCll45t4aW11a aGrdon Ql1r Stitwbelmy f jau rar mon v iisj rrfJ them Write fQ frecitalQ ue We Imve po af5 v I t H F HllLEKMEYIOl SONS 11- Lexiogtotj K rl fOLlY5KIDNEYCUUtI tt 2 Effects bftLihtnIicg ttrol6more can Ije said than that somettsaW burns usually superficial have bee not1cd marking t congest1oof tlteskiatsadbranchings fancifaideaottreeaJtc1 hdJrsjJtbaWhere tst the iCJillQagrittlce1ltlu tury of Jhe post There gartiensutttmcuiJusrep1athemotor CattltUrecostly coaches cottages the palaewi costaineilGtbroeadeNothlngtoday ttcalls the m nlflcence of jh6 Italiam renaissance or of France under tWthree Louis ct C Rheumatism Ihavefo1dudIsIdserkrlbsw aremedy thKwtU suigaistorted limbs of chIc eriPIIIeIL batItsnnoW3ure1rkjn rowUi back to ilesh 91115 lMi Ie Doabl deplomb1edIeejeIn a clii tlaeatrDannstadt found lb Jut at thich Dr Si1wthatlascingredient WU a J Emanrcasesl1IaI6 mn4 kilSke31oolssond mareslyilen w PRe rreely pessd t i iU3em k aens l ottulatale1o aa4 Dr s IRItHED CROSS DRUG srORE a J iIDR JIJ BURTON I R4WDENTI pENTIST f TEETH EXTRACTED 1 iftHOUT PAIN r t tai JIe p iiIrs PRINGP1LD xY tlc 4Uf tata1 Work Strictly i i Firtc1a 11 itpbk A1Uii P 0 j iJfciiI andd sSirgeon f OfkJt hour 8 4p 9 am heq4fI G io over Haydons Drugstore I 1 JELampton M D ft Ifffce fc Otert Ms tt ir OWcsrkR N 8 r J Residence Ntf 38 i WJlF QRIGSBY TlpRNEY At LAW f ome TrPeoples Baiikt PBINGFIEtSD KY ty DhttW HYATT Dr J H SPAULDING f 1Jru2f p to 12 m 4 to 5 pmth iBpaiiklnf 2 04 tom and all t jI r fBlfhfc IYY JOHN Y WAVES tUIERAL 1IIUECTIOH ilO UCEkSEDEMDAMEF f TELEPHONE DAYIOINIGHT TA is SPRXGFIELD 7Y a Rafroad Schedule Following isi the time scfiedule M 01 ia effect ot the BardgtowD Dd Spri ftBeld branch railroad No 41Leayes Louisville at 480 p m Bafdstown Junctiob 6i2 pm Bardaton6O6 pmIt jirriyes at Bpringhejid 705 p m I Nb42Leaves Springfield 5201 m Bardstown 607 am1b v Br sOWQ Junction 650 mw- arr at Louisrille 740 am No 43rLfeavcs Louisville ajt to i Junction wbpfl30 am Bardstown 1100 am arrivea it Springfield 1230 piitieNo44Leaves Springfield a 100 p m Bardstown 220 pmIt Bardstown JUnotion 435 pm arrive at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays only JLeaves SprinMtiel4 at 715 am Bards J town 8 am Bardatown junction Iat845 am arrive at Louisville niQ85mto No 91 Sundays 6nly LeavesI 1 Louisville at tlpm Bardstown 20 JiBctio Pt45 pmt Bardstown of Ii 780prBi arriyes at Springfield a- d85Dm VKfHmfM uunti Jn America The Japcese students in America are dI1 cant of Japans worldwide ed 4 hunt for efficiency The Japanese gov ernment spends upwardof 150000 a jroar in sending its best students to Am Wca and Europe to team the latest educational methods And to garner the ot advanced results oif the scientific research of the world tlfhere are about 450 of these subsidized students study Alug in various countries today and t ftck year they carry bajck tp their na tive laad oltIcTformationesses of all kinds Each student has a govfcrnrraentspeciaMcases this may be Increased much a 750 more for itouring or spe ctal qtttdy In all cases 4n allowance off fco1100 is made for tbutfit ivhlch probab1haccoumts for the fact that nese student owns a frock coat and a silk hat In addition S350 Is allowed for lravelingexpenses each way to stu dents who go to study In the western s + states and 409 to those who go to out eastern untversItiesi4w York Tntgune- rSwing Ltghtninf Strikemtnf July last WilHani F Rlgge of jDrelghton university hud the unusual fortune to see a bolt of lightning strike 1 as isolated cottpnwooc tree about a quarter of a mile away The flash ap peared as a superbcolumnl or shaft of llglit about 40Q or 500 feet high and eightI to twelve inches Iib diameter per fectly straight vertlcall1and steadyf rue shaft was white bjat Its base was tiaged with red Thisjcolupin seemed to stand between two diverging trunks of the tree and lasted about two see Mds Afterward Mr itlffge found that ee ttbe two trunks of the double tree Bad its bark stripped off in the bap of a ribbon six inches wide antf two yarde long The other trunk show ed two furrows beginning ten above the ground They looked feetI they had been plowed by a piece jijfek Thcr was no sign of tire 3pUu8 Companion i t J fQiu1DYetdbeJtqdl d by every parerc Xf jror child is nervous fretful pats ii its ileplls pisty faced has rliiga Hjtder its eyes always seems J iijlCr1 is t gJiBfBC weight you cji W sttrc the trouble is worms C VIites Crta3 Vermifuge is anabso Jaecurefoi worni js its own pu jiitlTe SolA by tlieX d Cross Druu tT Tnt Mak4 j i M W the Wlgkeat ambitlbn of ir M tg true manhood las attrl lit which dlstin db IUMBU from the rest oftt RereMica and makes him HM bwt and noblt objectl beneath i 11M jtUec the crowning work of an a3itY band 4 I TUWNLocal rivtt UiriWilllPlrorirMro Happenings of Interest Freshest and Latest AIIAboutiYourself Friends 1 1and Acquaintances1 RnOJiJXRIout or selll John Parrott DuOG Jersey hogs and Cor nisn Indian game chickens for Howard3TW Fok SALEA nearly knew rub 1rorG Wi Lyn i Bismp G W Clinton of Gharl3tt N C will preach at IJthe ctlored Methodist Church Ppu Iblihear his great prelatQIij I iif the somach is on a strike i use Mirona and se how quick i Jy atd easily it gets bck tot- work 50o a box Cures any stomach trouble or money re fundeJ Red Cross Drug Store firDosf on sptljeEdelen near town one night iiastt1 week and destroyed ten head M Jire farm Mr J E Shelby bought last i week tithe of DurobJer ey hogs in Loiisille three fine sows for which he paid 10 50 and 60 each Jklr Shelby b soneof the finest herds of Durocs in the St lie and iis improving it all the time The weather for the last week what brings on Citarrh Gnt Fypoaei utfit for 1 00 from IiThecatarrh wll not bother you Tu00e3core tfc e worst case of catarrh Dr S T Burton wil come ithe latter paft of this week o lake charge of the t1dentali stivothe Dr 1 M Burton ose health necessitates a rest fortrr tment Dr Burton left lay or Battle Greek Mich I ee ae will go idder treatment 01 specialists at the Bat W- Ore 3k Sanitarium for heart oubl and indigestion lOne Df the most pleasant so ciall eyimts of the season was the oc asion of a skating paTty f the pera house last Friday ght iven by the gentlemen the young ladies of the cityri cou ales being present One ihe special features was the vent of a professional skater who greatly delighted the audi ence w th his tricks and fancy M skating Since the rink has opened Springfield has develop many fine skaters especially among the Indies who for their smooth and graceful skating can more taan compare With their ssters of the lager tpwu6 cigedMr iratLyddane who was the dest man in the county died uesday night at the home of his grandson Mr Ed Kelley in the Valley Hill neighborhood r Ejddate was paEt98ye rsof- age and bad been citizen of the unty nearly all of his le Head been a good and usef All citi zen until the last few years when he was enfeebled by age He is survived by gne sc4 Mr Ade Lyddane and quite a number of rand childrenrpe funeral will taks place at St Rose this orning C C Republican Precinct Cnven tion J Prusuant to tile Republican party rules which requires that Republican precinct chairman be elected on the first Saturday in C March in tleyer in which a President of the United S ates is elected it is onered that tbe C bat the Republicans jof Vashc ingtoa county meet in precinct cenvention at the voting place CWash1iSaturday lalch7 1908 at2Ccock p m for the purpose of- lecting Republican precinct ar an for the ensuing four a years Marshall Dur cab Secy tWanC Houses FOr Sale j The two housSoti Walnut andi byMriprivately Both are good five room houses and both have good tenant row B or further par ticular i seeR M THOMPSON Administrator TOPICS ruuz W PER oNAL Miss Lucy Brown has return ed to Lebanon where she is under treatment of Dr R C McUhord- tDrdsurg wsas caMed here Thursday to attend Mrs Sidney Osbornewho was veryiU withi pneumona Mrsb paTrts came with the doctor anJ1 sited Mrs A R ShjLiltz two days Mrs Sidney D aorne is con valescing very satisfactorily ip a severe ease of pneumtfnia Miss Annie JD Grundy of-r Louisville iis here visiting rela tives Dr J M Burtohreturned from Louisville Thursday where he had been at the Norton In mary under the care of a ecialist two weeksJJ Mr and Mrs George D Rob ertson Jr arrived from Kansas ty last Friday Mrs W D CIahrooke who was detained at her home at Huntsville Ala arrived Sun day MrO1aybrookewnt to Louisville o meet his wjfe and accompaniFd her here where the u are at hoineV at The Walton l NKssrs Wathen and Will F Simms were iinLebauon Sunday Mr T Charles Greene is Visiting friends in Bardstown this ek l Mr Hamilton Robertson spent esday in Bardstown oil busi ness Mr Byon Parks was in Leba1 nori 1t lji rndhomea1ter a visit to rela in Lebanon Mrs J H Hopper and Miss Lavania OConnor are visiting friends in Perryville MessrsHugh L eSmith and ill Robertson spent Sunday in Louisville Mr T P pBryan spent Tuesday in Lebanon MtJllicanofRtringtown d on business r Ati Litsey is in Lo isPh ll this week on business Mr J Rogers Gore was inS Tjouisville Monday on business Miss Catherine Wake eld off taurlj Marv who attends school here yesterday Mr G p Whartonis in Mfc- rcer coun ty this weeko business Mr Hewtit Craycroft whoJ contemplated opening a harness shop here this spring has de ded 10 remain in Chicago i Mr and Mrs James P Hayes r Jrard Mr James P Hayes fSr cf Maple delI were in ton I I Mr J J McCabe is at home from Louisville j Miss Louise Medley has + re turned from Lonisvile Miss Bertha Haydon is v1s log friends iu Louisville MrS T F Glasscock ofParks yule was iere Saturday The two little DOSS of Mrs Estelle GoKtley were taken he St Joseph Infirmary at BarestOWn Tuesday where they will be cared for Dr J H Lampton accompanij ed Dr J M Burton to Battle Creek Mich Miss Catherine Spalding an Mr 0 W Hagan were here Sunday Miss Ela Sweeney and Miss Jennie Adams of the Ojphanage are visiting Miss Ad ims parents at Harrodsburg Hon C R McDowelLwas here Sunday and Monday Mrs John S lcElroy and Miss Annie McDowell spent yes t rday and today at Bloomfield j wftuMrs May Hughes Miss Elen VVathen will be with Mrs Kate Williams this sason and will be pleasen to see her ft iends iwhoareinterosted iin millinery Miss Mary Haydoii entertained at 5QO Tuesday aferribon Tiiose present were Misses Stella Simms Lourse Medley Flaget Simms Alice McElroy Mamie Knott Mabel Tucker Nell Greene Mabel Williams Annie McElror Iga Colvin N taElise Durrett Anna Jay Simmp Mrs George Robertson Jr an IabelPrice Messrs Hood Cunningham Marshal Duncan Harry Shuitfz and Shaker Robertson attended the lLap year dance given by the young ladies of Lebanon last Monday nght Mr R FL Edelen and son rfoseDh of Bardstown are visit ing friends here Misses Flora Mudd and KatHe- rine Cain are visiting in Louis ville Miss Margaret Spalding visitiitg Mrs R H Edelen iin Bardstown J Miss Alice Sansbury left Sun yto accept position in hi cago 111 She win remin wither uncle Geo Clements Iw r J Bennie Wathen spending this week in Louisville Mr Ray Litscy of Bardsto rn visited his cousin Mr D RI iitsey the tirst of the week Mr George Medley is at home from Owensboro P JJ Thc nps returned from Louisville today whero heI mad spring purchases of general merchandise MissIIii RED BAND BRAND CANDY lOc PERLB I You get good interest on yourinvestmentwben you ta1tejtvantage of the speciaV1argatiis we are offering from 1eek to week We Jutve some extra god values for yod this week SJ Saturdays Gash Specials i 19 Ibs JranuMed Sugar for u u tOO 9 lbs GranulAtfid Sugar for 50 20 lbs Brown Sugar for V 100- sokit i 0 barsIvory and Pels Naptha SovpV t 2a 7 bars Lenox Soap 1i dozpn OrngeF for n o 20 1 doz n Lemons for s is3 dozen Heinzs Sweet Pickles VV 15 50tI 65lu GARDEN sEEpi The garden season will soon be hero and we wish to call inbUlkhilVeeverhadlbeyareFERLlYSyou call when ir need of them We will save you jnoney Yours Truly McElroye Shader John Offuttt of Bloomtfeld Mrs Ragsdae will go from Bloom fie to visit Mrs J D Turn ratj Lexington Miss Fannie Walls left Tues day for an xtendavisit 10 friends in ttte South Mr and Mrs GeoryeD Robertson Tr itvtll Occupy her Ottage on Main teet Mrs Stella Cloyd of Harrods burg Mrs Emmett Wakefield and MUs Katie Wakefield of Maud pet yesterday in town tolc t IIcurethroat Breathe Hyomois medicated L1 air which goes right Jo the and kills IiarmsStoredlI For SalsI One good secondhand buggy one ney hand made Peritvof buggy buggyII all kinds on hand 3tf Be careful about WH the Get something right LaxativeIIgood relable remedy that the bowels Kennedys Couge Syrup acts gently yet Imationant to ak e and it Is especially tateImmendedifor children as it nearlyas good as maple sugar Sold 1 by the Red Cross Drug Store When to Breed Ewes Ewes should never be bred under year of n e and In buiing a fi begin with this is as good an theirIIany to gc them Quo iny have lle however In getting ewes of age as most men like to keep young ewes and sell off their old As with titer classes of live older sires nud dams usually stronger and more vigorous than do those bred for the first asIIlhht the difference Is not great In females thoroughly matured bred good sIres give Just as good results tthejr older mates And this Is as true with sheep as Ewes frothi yearlings 1gIve the best results much over that it ProgressIIsell them dull let the the risk of having on his hands Kami Feed For Young Pigs IIThe younger nu animal the more mineral nuitter it requires In Its food 5asi4 Farm Progress When very young pigs are growing they are pro ducing bone very rapidly In proportion to size and consequently require more jphosphates iu their food especially iSiiIconsume enough milk to supply them as they must drink about eight times as luuch water in the milk as there are poliils To supply this deficiency corneal is added but cornmeal is de ficient iu mineral matter Bran ground oats sbipstuJT and finely ground clover- hay scalded in addition to the milk and cornmeal will prove Reseeding Meadows lPermanent meadows and becauseI Ioften are benefited by reseeding vacant spots produce weeds there Is no grass plant to place If there are any tiny Bare spots iit pays to sow a mixture of timothy redtop etc On the cloveriithe early spring A sharp spike harrow the ground rUlIoctIaUlI ntt does a lot of good A light dressing of manure a few loads per acre put on with sreadergives when plowed down greater for corn returns as Is usual practice A heavy sod Isa itttfoundation pf profit In farming and pay toO little attention to securing Alva Agee In National Stockman IWounded Trees The following mixtureIs recommended for wounds of any kind on trees wMelt resin and warm a little crude pe troleum in separate vessels pouring into a tbird vessel three parts resin to one of petroleum This seals the wounds very effectively until grown over It Is shld not to run In warm weather nor crock In cold and cuts covered TwitharetonIiy heaIfpeobacksnmoothlSbranch hnd the cut cohered wlth this haspreparation It Is also good to apply Iatowounds of the bark or trunk of trees Icbythe AWhey For Pigs zfluIts of experiments at DanishexImp perlment stations show pounds of whey from separator sklm us Insmilkusasklmmilk equals two pounds 6f4whey In feeding value lExperiments at th6 must Wisconsin station show a higher reed thelugmore fat and casein than tha used abroad A suitable feed may be math Iby mixing together equal parts ofIshorts ground oats bran and cornmeal j Pitmnnileenough to pour well Whey Is then fed In the same way as sklmmilk othas t came may be freely mixed With other feed mnIDays Ratiop For Sheep A days ration for a sheeplIs estl j mated at two pounds of hay half a ljountJj of bran and halt a pound of ground oats when there U no pasture but as large sheep Consume more thanu smaller ones tile estinSated ration may lish not be strictly correct Sheep should held tieraisoboysliced Jvabet mer good nasturo Is sufficient rsumrrI 1 Silage a Valuable Feed At a recent extensive feeding exp crl lint of steers carried on by the Kan whiensCrated that it cost almost seven times him as much to make a pound of gain whet years bay was fed as when silage was fed of for roughage and about six times psket much when corn stover was fed as when silage or silage and stover were WfngFarm Progress a i I ii Z z D a rn a D Z I 4 I r I i kALr4RICrSALE1At 0 Will continue until Further notice on the Followingr iteiii t + Ladies and Ghifdrens Cloaks t1Ladies11 I 1 I anciBoyslessthancost U on t f 4 7rf Special low prices on Men and Ladies and Childrens Shoes L dies white lawn u 2 200 yd spool sx cord 44 Extra large tablet 4 50c for 9 85c for h 69 1 or j IfReduced Prices Table Linens Napkins TO6e I Sheetings Cotton Tickings Gingliainsiand other Cotton Goods 1OnluReduced Prices all Winter Hndcrwear I Specials for Friday and Saturday I handkerchiefs thread pencil Umbrella Umbrella 25Urnbrellaifor 1 on 8kcdutingelotli r 12ci1anrelcite f ISo AU Ribbou3in sI The RobertsomClaybrooko Coj I1 INCORPORATED r t i7II i44 f On Or About April 1sf tWewill open in store rooms on Main street now oc upiedbY Grundy Mclrttire with a line oft fFINEt FURNITURE iI Swmgfidforwe fendeavor to supply those needs Thed Campbell the other Tnembof tla t has been identified with the busiiiess interests of the town f for years stock ndwewiIlendeavor of to please the people We will a full and ttnlii v io furniture CarpetV Rugs Matresses Etc vrPatronize 1 I IJt LEAGH MAN Se1 uAMFB bb 1 IpTho Deadheads Side managers 1 London theaters trvin to extinguish the dead They say that the number of ple who get free tickets fpr then tcraIS oh the Increase A deadhead put the other side of the question a representative of thd Dally Graph He says We are Jolly useful to managers sometimes Its like this manager product a new piece The lic dont take to i all at once per s and If the manager dldpt Invite be might as Well close his theater tead of doing that Jie fills jt with and by degrees people notice that theater Is full ulghti and 1thcybe doing good business and thenI y pay to come In and the Theater manager smiles Was No Bluff Yagalla described by the- tsburg OiPtte as a high br Russian twentyone years old to this country two years ago edtt worked since then In a de application for appointment lo AfterjcnumeratIng i dish German Hungarian SlavonicI Eng Time of the department an Impromptu examination In or as ont official put It to call the s bluff but lie was found not nt1ng and corrected the Yiddish or t Willow from Napoleons Grave1 Pf4C1LJcall I ch John TInllne carried away with from Na poleon grave nearly 60 ago Mr TInllne who was one the early pioneers of New Zealand t them alive on the vbyago byI sUcking them Into potatoes t jjjljyjjjjj f I I t t 5 O utlng C lot h ji f 9 Ir J 71P Table Oil Clotli J ojt 1 thllc wide ffrtI i f I I the 1 l 1 Mr firm carry c plete 5 d It linguists examiner = iifutlFF I And DpToDate i rl1F r I ISourstoCkOfC onfetimFiitJ Calces iWe bake l every day breclpicak c h fresh stockofine andisjutriothiL r IIAAFRESH OYSTERS ery Thursday Friday and Saturday Meals served andrates reasonable I5KATIEOO HER iLEIN UM Bi r r i The Instinct to Obey t plans first instinct Is to obey On i crowded car an altercation arose be Uween a passenger and conductor Both were vary much excited dns they continued to argue theic yolcejll L grow louder and louder Flnall aiQMLlr in the rear bfthepicar shouted Shut up and muqhrto tha atlsfactipn and amusement of the IIet1O r occpanta they Immediately subslcfllitw I Tills til 8IDl criD rtWcold juste Nraemb epthat jpley 5 ttoney mind Tar will turc iji Jcf not risk your health by taking any bat thegenuide It jsin yellow pack age Sold by the Red Cros Drug r S ore 1 A L Aif p 1K Ml KUfplMI t has haE4 tetk fal lowing eodra n17 ta4o jPalk tJhybn Mr Pa k IwW the dIsnsiaska Jor n pod sad said that IM ii Labi to ta lnssrgtz M M J quIte Ut aBy EditcatkM eikenriat UfjSThi1 M hiip 1M WXorMtI EM7 Ns ftkMr J ill kIh Vi have e DsWMt irjey nd l3iadE PWta tor i S 1 3ear aDd dJJift btM I- tion thamfri sold Itre adozeR pepl Mit wbe used them ty fhrf perfect satfefactioif in every came Ihave used then my elf with fthe e olUn Sold Jtthe Red Cross Dijug Store