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No 5 atfta svryIC9 l T eday JNiijrIel4 Couch JNo 52 weets ox ertartk Molday JKvieKXCof TKX KACAKxuYeet i5 coi h caeim KcxlolForI ladigestioF II- fpr Ovinuiiee COOMB eI b1d4 Sa 1tM t1erataM TOW aMMT Try iearsats P t sad 1 1 the ttIf M g ur4JM1MMItIK e the a bWia7toU tt tht Stsck Swtft- T I jfc O Ch ira o pg I TM4I7 S=LExth Ri l Iiww 1wli Iidro1III I OBSERVATIONSTheCry1OfThePis JI Listen The great trees h- Is other k Caltt It come your time todiefny 2cAticit moaning v- The hearts of the pinesdip Their branch dnID t 1rjV1etwe diet WdTriesgThe span of yeas asan Arrows fly ing v Ages seeming a d yana morrow IHJ J 1tcjiaveTchdthe time of our gSprrpw1 7 fJ We ttie we die 1uwiubroken t4 torms a sign ana 1Thatkeht j wjinjlsstying j Man wa hieldedL is cemeand is sl ying4 4 Yemc wee liying the bark our bodies baring f JrLike dimCyhite5 jgjhosts in the moonlight staring Naked we stand with the lifesap welling Tears of IItDi1Welr verthel dar the forests dying One piece of silver kreelite buying TiA TmAbe a trees moan to each r rp U1ipl scarrij us tooj my 1JftSWe die we die Anne McQueen Uncle Remuss Magazine for March RAND JuRyThe grand vpx jury adjourned last week 32mdictments This a goodly number considering the fact that business in our ourt b s gotten down toa low ebb recenty and that the com monwealths business only oc- upiecrthree days of last term of pour or this number fly in- ictments were found for selling liquor in a kcal option territory The grand jury we understand devoted a considerable time to the investigation of the depre daiions of the night riders who burned some empty tobacco hogsheads which had been ship cd to Booker station Tbe- uiy however was unable to etr enough evidence to jusMfy an indictment Of the batch of dictments the larger pait were for misdemeanors there being only three forfelony Washing ton county bai been getting ecod for several years past od two courts a year or even ne would be enough to care for the criminal offenses committed the county f 4 T k ECULIAR MIX upThere- XZ seenis to be a peculiar mix up or misunderstanding be the editor of the Marion Falcon Mr R D Thornbury whose name appears at thq head of the editorial column as Editor and Proprietor J and vlr R 0 Blanford local editor ndbusThess manager have dis igreed qyer the locall option question kr rathjer a question growing out of that question Sir Thornbury who great talents as a newspaper nian it seems could not find a wide enough field at Lebanon has recently moved to Camp ellsvillt jche 6 his name also nament the Enquire as Editor During the absence ofMr Tho nbury li seems Mr Blandford received tnd published a card v ritten by Judg4 Chas Jt hnsbuin deense f Mueller VVathan fcKoberl Aho aie under indictmant for a violdiionpf the U aJ9ptlOnlaw Editor Thornbury lQg- eJi orial accus s his as iuoiate ol etrayiog a trust d3 ring hh absence and of other bid tIiUgS- to all of which Banlfurd re sponded in a lively planner turing the course ct his re mal ks he sajs 1TlllOrn jury intimates that he ws uken dvan age of djudng ihis j b ence I have stobd ruardlfor his dearold hawyf er sjnce ihe prang into axis ihc and Ifsi tthe first mtjmatiou I hdve- v r had of ialsd xlealing lore theold birfiVtfdtiereoe whcm jt visitsevttit 7eekand everybody clsein lamI willin loleaveH t6 the pu lie as to who is r gh t in th in atter TJiagJeat editr whtow sc jpurus in the land of water 1 melons aDd itl ood oI- ccout3 wbre 3io peaca- fully to sleep and not dream of your neighbors triolS ticfftibir lations shoud renfpmlier that lo csiunty has 1iv issues lQ d Tfwithianll lh tThe falcon is attempting to solve it J+ T AsEDcuntyge B- 4c L Lits3y bds received t not ce from Frankfort hat the fState Bcurdrof Eviualization has raised the asseseLva1uatin Of iVaSlnhgtrtn coun vprbperty ten percent oni ndgten per ceQtoni town lots an1 the same on per sonalty Judge Litsey will ap IpOlata committee tog to Frankfort to protest against the iraise It does seem that the in Cease in the valutation is a Ilittlej unjustj at this time It isa well bnoivn ict that the value of farming land has de- reciated during the past sx owing to the tobacco ttroubles and other cause which make investors shyef buying town property has also deprecia ted as is evidenced byvtbe Jailing off in the emand for residences tifere ibeuig quite a riumber of va ant houses now where a year agoJt was impossible to supply t lie demandl As to personal property the prices of livestock and grain which cooiposp the bulkof the p rioual property of the county are certainly lower tban at th same time last iear and the commit 2e should oeVtjin ly have no trouble in convincing the Bpard that tie raise At thiS time is uncalled for J 10000 paid by Dr Sh6op for any recent case of Grippe or acute Cqld hat accent box of reventics will not break How is Ihis for an offer The Doctors supreme confidence in Preventicsis heselittle Candy Cold Cure Tablets certainly complete Its a SlOO against 25 cntsprettyi- gbi odds And Preventics remember contains no quinine no laxativp nothing harsh nor sickening Pneu ionia would uever appear if early colds were always broken Safe and sure for feverish children 48 Preven tics 25c Lebanon Locals From The Enlerprjse 4fvdaysagoMr H P Cooper accidentally struck his right thumb against a door at this home but pu v littTe atten tiontothe injury yhjch seemed only a trivial one A few days ago the member began to pain him and at the ijftme tTme to swell He then becamealarmed ttbut the swelling ltd nol cease and finally the thumb enlargedl t0 several time3 iit hoi mal size An eperatioii was performed Wednesday and MrJ Goober tthink now that it will be but a ffew daysuntil the injured mew Ibe aftight again MrP C Cleayer has sold his firm just west of this city to Muejler Wathen Kobert whose property it apjoins The plac6 contains 120 acres ard the price paid was 9200 or 76 65 per acre Mr Cleaver it is un derstood will remain on the placa until fall He is contem dating going to Mississippi to cnoke his home but the many friends of himself and family in this section trust that he may yet deciide to remain here While en route o Springfield Sunday night in the iintense larkness Mr Frank P ters4 drove ofIa bridge The fall was only a Ipv feet but it was sufficumly great to overturn the buggy Ouly a short while afterwards similar accident oc l curred to Mess Nathan Putnam Ask Your Own Doctor n If he tells you to take Ayers Cherry Pectoral for your sevpfe Cough or bronchial trouble their take it IIF he has thatrWe have great confidence in t II this medicine So will you when you once know it kind oi a testimonial ISold for over sixty years xuJSARSAPARfLLLg f qers tWRYKX We have no secrets We pnblUi the formula Dr all our medicines Keep the bowels open with one p Aycr i Pills at bedtime lust one and Sylvester Russell Jr 6h the same road They were re turning from Sprin field and and drove off the road over turningi the buggy They vere thrown out but were nit hurt The night was an unusually dark one Pour negro wolIi ntAIlIe ffHuLter Nettie Grady Myra Hancock and Effie Vauehn and a negro man Sajn Hancock were arrested Sunday afternoon byhiefof Police Brown The womeniit is said were doing a dance Orientall style on the trdnt porch of a house m the rear of the Est s Milling Corn panys plant on East Water streetand were punctuatingthe pprformance with some very in Elegant language developed at the trial Tuesday that Sam Hancnck had been furnishing the wonien with e4 Hop booz and Judge Thomas promptly fined him and sentenced hm to fifty days in sistingCQmDissionerH after tthe welfare of the city streets Allie Hunter and Effttj Vaughn were fined 8 and cost e3ch and the other tVpwere fined each5 and costs That they might continue th adorn their kitchens patrons of the Cook Ladies Association pad the fines of three of the wdmen while the other Effie Vaughn was sent to the station house in default of payment of her fine Tickling or dry Coughs will quickly oughIless that Dr Shoop tells mothers to use nothing else even for very young babies The wholesome green Saves and tender stems oi a lung uealinp mountains shrub give the curativ properties to Dr Shoops Cour Cure It qalms the cough and heJj the sensitive bronchial membrail No opium no chloroform nothll harsh used to injure or suppress L mandjr hoops Take no othei Red Cross Drug Store J BENHUR Sacred history pioperly dram atized must necessarily be of greIt benefit to all who give it attention for where one man can acquiie by reading ninety nine or more are willing to study by the ear andaye combined and will rptain instruction thus re ceivejl more vividly than from the written page General Wal laces great book Boo Fur is beyond doubt a most intereslipg volume hut how infinitely more impress e 5 the actual preseo tat ion of these deeds set aowp The serins of word pictues per taming to Christs life in this dramatization are most abiy se lected from thenpvel by William Young but the play is by no- me ns a yietu re ofthe Redeemer The salient earttily points of the novel not the strictly religious are tfhafc the dramatist selected and for that reason BenHur is full of common interest regardless of belief or creed Art and invention joned hinds in making Klaw Erlnngers new and greater pnpductioa a marvel of the stage The thrill lug Interest of the story is inn sified by the wonderful mer haoi coll contrivances which make possible thinfesentatoh of such striking incidpnis as the chariot race with its eight firysteeas the sinking of the Roman galley appearancehi viion in the Vale off Human ind the miracle on the Mount of Olives The character of Gen eral Wallaces mightv biblical romance iis thoroughly main tamed not Aiihstading the taag nitude of scenic set ings Ken Interest ia centered in the staging of Ben Hurj at lIncauleys Theatre for three nights March 161718 and a special mannee performance Wednesday March 18 John T Macariley manager of Macau leys Theatre will give special attention to all orders for seats through the mail providing re mitt nce accompanies same Seats Wilt be placed on sale Thursday March 12 A severe cold that may develop in to pneumonia over night can be cured quickly by taking Fo1ys Honey aud TarSIt will cure the most obstinate racking cough and strengthen yo lungs The genuine is in a yellow paceage Sold fay the- Re Cross Drug Store fPrWcavers Syrup and Cerate leccejsTnJ treatment for Wood and sUn dlteMMi rVIclntire It still continues rauin and most of the farmers are getting mighty restless to do some plow ing before they take spring fever Miss Mary Lill ckmanspent t last Sunday with Miss Margaret t Nally of near here MrsJ B Hill left lass Men day for an extended visit to her brotherat Elizabethtown MrvJjQ Ensor and wife Yisij ted at the home of the latters father Mr J T Keen last Mon day night Mr Leon Blalfidford and sistr MtS B ester 6nteriai ed their manv friends with a serial last Thursday ghtiin honor of Miss Florence Warren of Daviess county All report a pice time Messrs Tom arid Lee Mcfntire ire putting up a new fence in front of Manriy Alveys house Vhich will add greatly to the looks ot it 7 The family of T E Ballard are ill of la grippe yonriownlast week looking for hogs Mr T F Keen and wife visir ted afc the home of Mr Sam Nally one flightiest week Rev Father t Pieters passed through our midst on Hy last reek on ills WTP tto Misses Arc Mary Icy Walker were sant gus- tfLiSfrfl lza Mclniirp a gin Sim ught of Dick n a caIto 6O ueorgc ijr eatley sold t- oymanfnea fine young rse e i oi ate Jahe i tl little daughter MI it i Mii Sidney John An was thong t to be taking rtumonir but proved to be only jad spel of lagrippe 0 Mr TJ Nallj of Bardstown Jvjlll Elben l3in of Springfield v ted at ne home of Twyman Keen Saj day night and Sun day CHAP G e eii IIUEo Die B ipiegt 1204 N Virginia St Evanaville Ind writes For over 4ray yandme much pain and Worry 1 lost flesh and was all run down and a year ago had to abandon work entirely I hah three of thcbest physicians who did me no good and I was practically given up to die Foleys Kidney pare was recommended and the flit bottle gave me great relief and ifto Baking the second bottle I was entirely cured Why not let it help ouSor by the Red Cross Drug Store AH i Wednesday LastWednesday isknowfl in the Gregorian calender which liasUeeo adopted by nearly all civilized countrys as uAah Wednesday In tbb Catholic orthodic faith a ceremony is performed which dates at least from the eight century Every year on that dav you may notice on the foreheads of Catholics a mark in back made wi h ashes and as every year someone is anxious to find out the meaning of this it might bE wtll td give an explanation by ore who linows That mark 11 aaicVwas made with ashes The dishes used in the old ceremony tire made by burning the re mains of the palms blessed on- t Palm buuaay of the previ ous year Tnese ashes in them selves have no power or virture but when they are blessed the csrlebraiit or priest says four priyers iu which he begs AJmightGodlosenddJwnBisbIISiU prayers areSaid ibe faithful go to the racing and the priest ap proaches each one of them dips the th urn in the lessed ashes foreheadiwttn same ann says Remem ber O Man thit thou art dust iud unto dust shaLtbou reurn II After t Jhe ba Almighty God that all Christians might btgin thislfenten season with the prbpar splrlt and spend these Lowing forty dais bafure Eastir in corporal and spiriualpeuancc Anyo e who has been associated at all wih C ttholics kbows tttat I JltJ is for them a lesson of special fasting unUss disable by weakdess oldage or sick ness they are bouiH to aatisfi themselves with one lull meal a dayand all abstain from mea on Wednesdays and Fri aYd- t During lent also practical Catho lics ao not indulge on week days In games entertainments or public enjoyments in memory of the forty day s penance of Christ in the desert This lasti untilEaster Sunday when afV penance iisi over and till Rejoice again over the resurection of the once dead Savior ARECTORV STATBoif OHIO CITY OF TbLKDO LSS LUCAS COUNTY fFrank J Cheney makes oath that be is senior pat tner of the firm of F rj Cheney Co doing business in the city of Toledo county and state aforsaidand that said firm will pay the lam of ONE HUNDRED DLLARS for each and every of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Datarrh Core- rr FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence this 6th dayof JDec ember A D 1886 A W GLEASON SEAL NOTARY PUBLIC Halls Catarrh Cure is tiken iuter nally and acts directly upon the blood and mucous strfac a of toe ays teta Send fer testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sole by all Druggists 7Sc Take Halls Family Pills fos con dtipafon rSedat Washing Ion Washington March 6Mrs Virginia Campbell Thompson daughter of the Rev Aexauder Campbell who founded the Christian Church died here to day iron cancer She bad reached the age 074 years For thirteen years Mrs Thomp son was postmaster at Louisville Her successive campaigns fur reappointment to ihatoffica are still vividly remembered by those who weru cOnversant wnh thr doings of public life during the presidential terms of Hayes GarfieM Arthuc Cleveland and BarrisoD Mrs Tbompsos was born pt Bethany W VaShe was mained fa William R Thomp on of Kentucky a brilliant lawyer After he died in 1877 she journeyed to Washington with her young children and asked PresiJent Hays Hayes for tie appointment of postmaster at Louisville Although her selection was stoutly opposed DJ K ntucky politicians she recei ved the appointment President Arthur reappointed her as did Presiden Cleveland when he took office in 1885 There were more than 80000 letters on file requesting the appointment of Mrs Thompson when President H rrison entered the White Rtlnseibe ddermined oppo sition of PostmaiRter General Wanamakerjkeptber from serv ing a fourth term If you would like tq fool some wjse Coffee critic who knows fine Coffee on tast and flavor quietly make for him a batch of Dr Shoops Health Coffee and serve it piping hot lt deceived Mrs Shoop and will I be heve anyone And there is not a grain of real Coffee in it Health Coffee iis made from pure toasted grains malt nuts etc Made na no 20 to 30 minutes boiling lU pounds 25c For sale by Mcfclroy k Shader The Difference We Mountain people may tc te fortyffive pistols attdb9- able bo sh ot a repeating rifle gun se may wear caps made of ccon skins with the tails hang ng down behind we may go barefooted with our breeches rollei up or wear our pJnts stuck down in our boots we mal- lchawPa few chaws of tobatr co or smoke segaM or proba bly a few segarets but four neighbors want toraise tobacco to sell to the tobacco trust or combine or trade it to the circus man to pay their way iintpHh 4 show should he chooeto go well and good yet with allour faults we have no night ridersi to dictate what kind of aeedwe majr sowfor every iellov knows that in order to live long and prosper ne musit let other pcj pies tobacco grow Mountai Echp M 1altUPILES t i I SANG HER VERY BEST Frederick the Great Was Posted anA Marie Frausch Was Wise There Is a good story told of a ptimi donna named Marie Frausch who lire1 In the lime of Frederick the Great Whenever anything or anybody dlsj pleased the haughty Frausch she after the manner of prIma dotfnas in gener al would suddenly Come too hoarse tosfng One evening there was to IM sung an opera In tier repertory and H was expected that the king would attend f 4At the appointed hour the manage tame forward and annoiinccd ljaf owing to asote throat Frdfllcljj Frausch was unable to appear The people were preparing to leavi theholfC but his majesty TQseau1 commanded them to keep their seats A few mon cnts afterward an office and four dragoons entered the capri clous singers room n 11ln saltj the officer the kin muLjS ufter your health The king Is erygood salt Frausch with a pout but I have i gore throat His majesty Is aware of the fact aud has charged me to take you to the military hospital to be cured Franlein turning very pale suggest et1I that they were Jesting but was told that Prussian officers never Indulged In persiflage Soon She found hersell In a coach with four men I am a little better now Frauscb faltered and I will try to sing l Back to the theater F said the officel to the coachman The fcauleln began to think she had yielded too easHtoir shall not be able to sing mibest she Interposed Pardon rauleln responded the of ficer but lthlnky m will Anti why- Because two dragoons Inattend ance behind the scenes have orders to carry you oT to the military hospital at the least cough Fraulein Frausch never sang better than she did that night Chicago Rec ordHerald i1Saw Her Chance liYjf No man shall ever kiss metercepf my future husband said the girl a she was about to leave the gate Suppose I agree to be your future Why then HI kiss you she said eagerly And she did Her mother was Informed that he had proposed and the old lady callet on him the next day to Arrange mat ters and before he knew It he way eternally booked It was a very mean advantage but n bird in the hand If worth two on the garden gate A Smooth Tongue No Mr Smith she said gently butt firmly 1 can never he your wife Then he struggled his feet and said In broken tones Are tin my hopes to be thus dashed to pieces Am I never to be known as the husband df the beautiful Mrs Smith This was too much and she succumbed New Or learns TimesDemocrat His Idea of a Wife What Is your Idea of an Ideal Wlfe1 One who will cook the meals do the washing look after the furnace make her own clothes and and Andwhat Keep herself lookIng as young and us beautiful us an Tnctrcss whQ pulls down 400 a week In vaudeville Chi cago RecordHera fd A Panther NoW Elsie said the schoolteacher can you tell me Whiit a panther IsI Yeth mham lisped tbqIlttie miss He Ith a man that makths panthsJ Weflcn CJtv IndependentS This is what Hon Jake M6o State Warden of Georgia says of Kodol for Dyspepsia E C De Witt CP Chicago 111Dear Sirs I have suffered more than twenty yeurs iromlndige tion About eight eeu mouths vot had grown so ranch worse that I couldnot dgest a crutt of tfrn bread aud could not retala anything fti my stomach I losfVSS poundSiti fact I made no my mind tbat I could not live Jut a short time when a friend of mine resommended Kodol I consented toe try itto please him and I ws better In one day I now welgh Dapre than I ever didin DIY life and am In better heilth Kodol dfd itthan for many yearii iI keep a bottle constantly aid write this hopidg that humanity will N benefited ours yery truly Jake G ooe 241aflt Auk1O 1904u lId bytibe Red Crps Drug Stors iV Nw Yerkers Fwwl f Data it Is Uatei tatNew To- ltO4lIY paM 744 thb last year 51S tla IISUBS JfI1H t tIMe AJt4J D t I 1 11 S+C crr t a- tQ1L pt Real EState r iJt 1rt 7Real e tite trarwltii li iSshown by the r ooiil MT Washington GOMI C irk ii t offi e for Pebrarjr4irl u rlows r V LYdiAnn I Hilt rt 2 + iiich Smith etc t 120 tjorir Fesf 13 200 JSIatonand wifet GW er 80 acre ors i or4I Mr 11350 t t Jili i li W Key to G W MMu f0 acres more or legs ffJItH f FredM Hill toT 0 cil lJ04 s Icr 8mordor 18 s1400 r John HaIl to Htiji Ht41 ftSicr s mOte or lel8750 IiJ Yoan to NtA Dti J Pbt 2O acr smon orM isimo 1tti C L Brady to L S Bett 90 acres more fafa W1iOEftS i Elijah GAbharti Jawi irifi totSylvester Hall 85acNf otor1e54 1050SEmma B BoBard se IJ1 f ale G Maye Eoa e aad M iil 1 he city of SpnngfieW JljSOCU 1 J W Graham ftc to f jDrur 50 acre wrs 6c Is i n500 Mj5bousdandaeld 25001 JJ Eliza C HydoriMeW1Lt JM L r Oiarkson 208 1 rcw ad 16 4te i3 315525 N W B JaaGkjn to J P iliwfc 204i acres 3307 iiIB D Stiles to GaeJII r T vrt12C0 aCI ego mosor 1Iss IO ti IE S Maye Jr i iLt Royalty 63 cri1 2 i s aii ir18 poles 1318062 Jas I Royalty ai Wilsi lf JI Wiltiim Cheat1I t t 662 t fIf r polJt1otOIltGreen Postr Uscil to l Q Montgomery 254aers I IM Eliza Dur and otiMr k JbM j and WT Dorr d6 aov HO ndotbcr cos4detra ism H a Offik wMl wifc U a ja c croaks Wacr 1M i Geoi gt tTrtais aiii iw M 1iI fame Coiltw IeaeNlIIiI nJessWilliam Grijaby a SsJ hifpols f3000 v jA tS P lrri rtr aM w lJ J EMGoaileyc 1W more orless 16000 j J WICapsll sadw1 q t p W CocaooBgfetr 87i a f i2or lens iSJM = A A L LlttNT MiHlb 7tL Arnold 165 Mr i square pok i000 E0ritt ParUh ia a+ 1 Shields 9 acrw ail tdlflllt t 61200 ri t Emmett KtHy d =lqxKeltv 64JStess3ohnACul4r4 t o 1ji rfWiljiam Cor e r iJ HaaOpoist 2000 1 Mrs Susan 0 1ialklJt k t W ac- resikSwsanRight etc 6 ax2r iioe165Q t J A Kudtt tio W 66 acre tsort or Iss 621 hi i1db tloenBtC ja 5 r LABDHboler L ilMIl LPss If Hiri 000 Mollie BsU 104 Mi4 11 554 l rk iT lit NEWSLEADERi 2J r4iiii VXY tMUJWD t iiJ W1NGFIELD KYi h f i BL DAVISON Jr- jfr ri t TtjRSDXY MAR5I908 jt L 0 l nOrnr11tJ d el Th lem1i i Gordoii to htoffct1 tbat the kl bamiBg pf property by nightI tIi doeknot releasathe in irsneCCOrnpflieS from liabilitr I f7 Jot th i9Mj itj is thought will t j liavii the effect of cancelling 1i aMqh of tHe Insurance carried I f osuchpropertyt = The Burley Tobacco Socjetj 4 f1 Jt91d tbouslttl bogsbeds oft d Z tob CO bothe ArneanT lacco- k i poJItlftoon cent3 a pound As t it tbwisWe rstsl made by the c frowers organization to thb tritt tbraiembers are hopeful I of more results 7 t r The McChord tobacco billlwaE called up in the Senate yester day and a strong effort is being vmade for its passage by its friends Kodbl tstodat the best known and Mosfr liable remedy for all disorders I J of the stomach such as dyspepsia ieartlMuri soir stomach and belch ingof gar Kodol contains the same i juices found in a healthy stomach XOdol la pleasant otake It U T i1gerautei to give relief and is sold i fr re by the Red Crow Drug Storec c J r MOORiSV1LLE i V Mr Con Weekly bought a four year old horse from Mr Zan Wall for 125 i Jr rsJ M Wall has been ill J ot dept eria Mr Lucas Barlow and family y have gone to Idinois to make iheir future home V Miss Hazel Tfuax of Spring I O iBeia is the guest of her grand parents Mr and M s W S- Gode Miss Pessie Weekley of Greenbriar iis spending a few days with her parents Mr Ham Pile lost a hose last Hs week from some cause unknown Daisy poblit was the guest of J Mrs Edd Mayfield ot Frerlei I ickstQwn list Tuesday tT Mr Bepny Cutsinger is very C ill of pneumonia w andMra Maggie Lyddane daughter spet Sunday itb Mrs v Arthur Eddleman at tt 1Booker 1 Mrs George Mullican and son b r t Stingtoware visiting her t Mrs M S GOde thi rslster Jy ek i R 6 uiel as Presicednt Roosevelt calls it is not nearly the menace to increace it populattcn that deaths among in faBU art And eight out of ten oi fliMfe deaths are directly or Indirect f ly caused by bowel troubles MeGee BabyElixir cures diarrhoeaj dyseq IitaryoucstoiiachandaIl infant ail ine8 of this nature Just the IiiN thlsg for teethiuff babies Price 2 5 1 Bd5Qc Sold by the Rd Cross t DrwStqei 4 c Ii Lon Run I y Mr Huston Greens children s haTvethe whooping cough at ibis iwritiogr One of them got badlj 4c Burnt Tat week Mr Billie Brady hass very siick ijhild with pneumopia 1 1 ir Leslie Coylj wife nnd ht ri tfe son Robert visited their siisW Mrs Richard Best at w Stewartsville Saturday and Sun dayMiss Bnrnice Lawrence has hasretnrnedhome after a week Visit to her sister Mrs Bol Hays ot near Lebanon J JvWeareJgladto report Mr i Ray monff Ed wards better at tbh i writi T i AsA lveltise jparatfased a bottle of CbatU llalis Colic Oholara ad Diarrhoea MW Jle e4y aucLiound Ito be all claim A ItcitiK tlM advertisement Three M 1trei l Y ala yeused ttwfthgoo J rfkS tmnm t complaints H I iXr iwWiiher of thePVess High lnaJAW Spld Ay JHaydon Bob f W j 2f hi t VUw- y is very iilf traeSulding ViQg bomp isr ierThe priest was call ItNeai sIFiisieOBin lho ha bees qeite ic fptlQg titn jowalklig around ad i jichiuproed Mrs Sidney Osbufne is much better and will soon beoa agaiu if the weather will pertuit Hilor Os borne after Several days confinement t his bed is- gaini able to mo e around MiY Graham is workingin Mr Tbomasj o Bryan s shop to the Jelightbfthe i rners in this community He iis a steady man and we hope he will meet vith great encont agement TJhclei Clatkkiei says dat de people as soon as der boys gets le oeEj britch nfl daiy are sarhed Uoos to wander roan- athert an be fade to have themselves I jje st call iitflying jn de face Nothey didnt vote way my f eedom can go down de Upon Hollow and drnk out the weeping willoW sp ings and Ifhou having m4 steps dogud md afterwards houned in toe thunder casili t Umeqialed asY Cure for Group Besides being atf excellent remedj for colds and throat troubles Cham Cong Rem dy is nncqualtt aka cure for croup says Harry Wil son of Waynetown nd When giver as soon as the croup r cough appears hlo aezucdywil prcLenltbe attack it is used successful in many this ands of homes Jf r sale by Hay dor Robertson f Mclnf ire Asour let erf ailed Jp get to press last week will vtrj again v Miss Boggle Nallyf Bards town is visiting her sister Mrs F KeenVt this piaci Mr AlbertBJandfOrd bough of Mr Sm ODaniel a nice young horse Price unknown T F Been sold to Cox and Son a beef at 43cper pound Mr Tom Wheatley was in our miJst oixg lay last week engag ing Jambs F Weare sorry to report Mrs Rose Cecil no Better at this writing Mrs J B Hill Was Tet rned hom after visiting relatives in Hardin countyand Lcuisville Mrs Polin Edelen and charm ing daughter Miss Pearl visited the Misses Mch tire la t Friday Mrs Bb Newon his returned nome after visiting her son ill Louisville Master Watt Smith is vUting his sister at this pace Mrs Ben Cecil is visiting Mrs Prudie Pat rott tiis week fIWHA Be careful about the little cough Get somethiag right away some gooa relable remedy that will move he bowels Kennedys Laxative CougeSyrup acts gently yet prompt ly on the bow l1 and allays inflam mation at the same time It is pleas ant to take and It is especially reco Inmended for children as it tastes early as good as maple sugar SlId jy the Red Cross DrugStore- iI Hsbura Miss Tava GOLdletf HarLI esty spent last week with her sister Mrs Will Shirley Mr Oscar Col vin of Cornish ville visited his parents Saturday and Sunday spentSnnday Misses Cora Trent and Mattie Brown visited Mrs Coivin cf Springfield Thursday Mr Stapp Hughes has gone to Shelby ville to make his futurd home Mr Derling has movod to Kirkland Prof Celvin and Mr Waters were in our town Saturday Mr Bee Foulter is very sick with pneumonia Mrs Ida Wells and fisterj Mrs Reed visited their brother Mr Edd Bitch Friday CloaksSuits Waists Skirts DepartBeits Silks and Velvets BlackDrtsI Colored Dress Goods t Ribbons Womens Weckwtar Handkerchiefs Laces mbioiderles Notions Linings Trimmings Wash Goods Flannels and- Domestics Mens Furnishings Art needlework PyroEraohy China and Glassware Knit Underwear ReadytoWearl Shoes Carpets Draperiesand Furniture FOR MAIL ORDER- CUSTOMERS ONLY Sale Gee4s Caa be Obtained Only tfereagk ear Mall Order Bcpartaacat SpecialThis Week 150 Black Petticoats 1pO These petticoats are made ot fast black mercerized sateen to select from are several styles all of which have wide flounce with deep underlay and dust rufle to the readers this paper and for one relfularprice of 150 J a H5 332340 W Market Street LOUISVILLE KY FREE We will send to anyone livIng out of town who sends us their name and address The Ladles Home Journal Style Book once a month for one year free of charge MrEson and son of Garrard county are visiting Mr EdO Sut on aud family Mr Sabe Clark spent last Sunday with bis mother near Fair viw lr George Merittbas gone Ito Kirkland to make his home for a while Mrs Lizzie Adam of Mack yule spent a few dayswith Mrs T J Miller last week Miss Gassie Yancy of Moore bjsisterlaclacS bjr with her sister Mrs e roe Wells I Mr S Yeagr was Springfield y on bus ness Mr S B Ye a cotv DOWN DOW I Go The Prices With a Thundering Crash 1 1The Public Amazed At The Big Furniture and Carpet Bargains 1QCThousands of People Tremendous CrowdsAttending Jas Greenes Manufacturers Outlet Sale at Louisville Ky I Never in Louisville Kentucky s history ofj merchandisng weresuch immense I crowds seen in our store before The big crowds that are at ending Jas Greenes i enormousStracted the people of Louisville and vicinity from within a Radius of one hundred I grandbargamst been eagerbuyersworked from uutil ni ht I actuallyIears andthatheproposes to give the I 1countrybIgsaVing 1 value Consider and think what this gre t Manufacturers Outlet Sale means to ouas it is right at the t me of vear when you are thinking of replenishing your homes aid household needs Thousands upon thousands of people are now taking advantage of this supendous sle at Jas Greenes big Furniture Storf and well they mayas the prices are less thin actual cost of the lumber and workmanship to produce the goods it is time for furniture and carpet openintdayOFTHEPEOPLE TRYING TO GET admission to JAS GREENE BIG FURNITURE SALE THAT WERE EVER bEEN AT ANYSALE in the CITY OF LOUIS possiblerTHE PRICES QUOTED on THIS MANUFACTURER tiURPL US STOCK Jas Greene will greatpurchasesae will continue and last ONJEjy NINEDAYS LONGER Prices on every BEENCUTQUICKSELLINGor carpets will benefit greatly by this the most stupendous sa e rf huse furnMiipgs that I Attheslethemarerdays the sale From remarks hard upon sides this gnat Manuf cturers EASlMARKETwho are never slow to appreciate a sale of big barptins such as Jas Giv enfsssale is Proving to bucannot afforn to mss it D nt delHy hurry inandsecure your share of the many grand furniture valups being offered at JAS GREENES MANUFACTURERS OUTLET SAKS now in progress ft LOU ISVILLE KY The carpetsrusand value Be careful 8d be sure you find the ritht p1l ce TAKE ANY MRKT 7S OAR which brings you in front of the store Look for tIeig sign at425 I 4jT420 EAST MARKET ST LOUISVILLE K 3 THIS IS THE fURNITURE SALE WHERE 1 YOUR DOLLAR DOES DOUBLE DUTY i L iiT IIslJ-II r i Dress GoodsI SilksJ SIDfpartmeits Upholstery IShades Carpets flota Coverings Corsets Stationery and Hosiery Paper Patterns Blankets Bedding Umbrellas Parasols Shirt Waists and Furs Intants Wear Leather Goods Toys and Sporting aooalruJib Bats House Furnishings Veilings and Dress Nets- Jewelry Boys Clothing- purnlture1Muslc AGENTS FOR TIm DemorestSewing at Sl6 and calf to Mr Jack Sharp for 45 Mr Edgar Wilson of Beecl laud was in our town Sunday Mr John Sutherland ai d wifc visited their father near Van Buren last week FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT jMiss Ruby Cbeatbam is visit ing her grandmother Mrs Pmkston near Tatham Springs Mrs Mattie Lawson is visit ingber mother at Battle Mr Squire Pinkston sold to Alex Coulter a C9W for 26 Mr S Pink on will have a propertvIleave lOa few days for Decatur Illinois Ernest Riley and Everett left Mpndajr for DeKalb III1 Mrs Martha Cooks yand son yde were i n Springfield iursday oti business rs Mattha Snider and dau r Ophia and Erastus Pink and wife spent last Sm dy leir uncle Mr Richard b near Sharpsvilel Robert She maker of F ick spent last Sat ardav Mrs Mary Hughes at this e VJrs Emett Sims has returned njme after flye months visit to her mother at DeKafb 111 Mrs Susan Meritt is visiting her sister Mrs Cook Pou Her at Bardstown Born to the wife of Frea Mi- lbaruMarch 9tb a boy- PMHaf HOweUOl Havana Gnb1 h commends ctaiterlains GODit Rcillit1y rtt AS long1 afco as I can remember my mother was a faithful user and friendof Chamberlains Co Jjjh Remedy but never iIn my life ave I realized its true value untilnow writes Prof H A Hovell1of Howells American School Havana Cuba On the night of February 3rd our baby was tacen dick with a very severe cold the net day was worse and the following night his condition wu easperate He coufd not lie down and it was necessary to have him in the arms every moment Even then his bteathi g was difllcnlt I did not think ne would live until l morning At last I thought of my mothers remedy Chamberlains Cough Komedri which we gave and itugave prompt relief and now three days later he has fall recovered Under the circumstances 1 would notII hesitate a moment in szyin Chamberlains Cough Remedy and that only sayed the life of our dear little boy For sale by Haydou Robertson t Fair View Mrs Fanny Lydaneand bro therj Dave Hays visited their grandparents Friday Mr and Mrs MeMickin Mrs Maggie Miller Nancy Moore and Ora fiarney dined witiI JdS Hardesty and family Fri day Mrs John Jordon and Mattie Rfiie spent a few days last week with Ed Yjcum and f mily 4 Miss Jennie Lqgsdon spent Saturdayand Sunday with her parents at Siramstown Rodney Hall and Fly Willson engaged ina fight at Polin j last Satur aynight Fly iSI CMUumptivt wgki are the forerunners of dread consumption yet they can be broken p and entirety cured if properly treated It is only by removing the cause nr the disorder that an luto cure can be effected Pisos Cure cocs to the root of the trouble and restores the lungs ton normal condi tion It Is a safe and eflec tire remedy AU nrusl2J eu iT s I II IIMain Street tlINCORPGRAt I r w I MAIN STREEI l8U8E tti 9ii I t INDEPENDEET r Ip OWENQU1SENBERRY CO Managers X I 92325 West IVfain Street bet 9th and 10th LOUISVlLLEl fcY II STORAGE FOURMONTHS FREE OF CHARGE t 1 Best Light in City feI Auction Sales Daily I est Inspection V R turns Promptly Made f g Mark Your Hogsheads MAIN STREET HOUSE I I iiiii Jf dangerously hurt biii g stabbc d tvjica by Hall Mr Bennie jFardesty and wife SunJavIto his home after a weeks vii to his parents and relatives berty Misses Sallje dendren Clatej Scott and Lettie Bishop of Wil hsburp spent Saturday night and Sunday at the home of F M Carney Lame Slla1r Weetber resulting from a sprain 01i from rheumatic pains there is n thing so good for a lat e shoulder as Ghamperlalnfs Pain Balm Apply it trecly and rub the parts viKorocay at each application ing a quicIdur is certain Sold by Haydon Robert son Hilliborol Jkk Settles bought a jersey cow from S Coulter price 45- JA Coulter ws in Willis burg Monday on business fi Mr Saw Crouk and MisI Tes sieNoal were married We nes day in the county clerks office The groom is a ell known far mer of the Hillsbord npighbor hood while the bride is a very popular young lady of the same place Sabe Coulter wa in Willis burg Mdn3ay on business Mr Albert Hues and sister spent Tuesday with M L Cloch of Fenwick Mr Erastus Shields bought a horse from Thompson oDros price 125 All of the tobacco is about slipped in this commuuity ex Cep Mr Merit Montgcme y who has a crop of about 3GUJ pounds and we think be wants bD sell it at home A S Hint and wife D Sutherland and wife aid Miss Nellie Mcllvoy visited the home of Mr Eveiet Parish Saturday VIOLET A STRANGE AGEA TIAnnual March Mohammedans to the r Tomb of Moses One of the stnin QSt of all the png eants which arv to be seen In Jerusa letn is the annuu march or the Mob D1l1wtluns to the tomb of Moses To them us well us to Christians and Jews Moses Is u prophet of the high es1 iinor But rijectlng hu trnjitlons fir tIll iiebriri tlaJ1 rufnse to believe tberus Is described In the last chapter of Deuteronomy Instead they ussert that he WIS burled where be brvuthed his lust upon the summit of Mount Nebo t Therefore each year at the tithe of the Greek Easter the faithful gather rnlilhlIthe temple of Soluuon lu perfect silence waiting for day bn ak Later the strange scene of iuUt Is entirely tninsforiind fatuities dau Ing and prcathljig hordes of dervlshe whlrliug u lion hi inysterloqs tuered dances and hutithvtlH of eihortcrs roua lug the enthiisiisiii of their followsx The scene is gaudy with hundreds of red and green lianiiers and the only semblance of order Is In the semiregii tar organizations of marchers At last the proe sslon forms with the banners borne aheajd an Imaji bearing the yataghan of tile prophet a sljort straight edged sword used by tn anitlo of Mjnmrnndt and after thiu tluht totl imnanliftw Pirt if I priulu in Of 501 ntMei rltbeot lIt tie gate out of tourdithQthe faithful endeavor to obtain u place in the ranks of marchers since death has often been the penalty of an at tempt by a nonMohammedan to make this march to MNebIMouca the tomb of Moses Traders of many kinds Invade the cutup for the marclu rs remain ut the tS1PIderliig merchants who make a busi tsot looking after their needs Aft r thlOt e Itiliient fanatlclsri- Irlds to good htimor amid games anJ anter fill thptimv rot those who lave paid their duties at the tomb The mosque on NVbp Is one of the tost sacred Of Mohammedan 8hrlhr nd of the most difficult for n hrlstlau to upprdach An IKu llfth traveler who brought ail irdor from the porteMyas denied ad itlttance uud although ju receujt years t has Utfoiue possible to enter It Is ton early yet to forget the experience Jt one traveler who came hearipg ni order of admittance from the sultan himself This firrnin r Ifiei Sunrdlan priest saId comiDnndft ttfe to let you enter tim 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six months subscription Understand that these rate creW mail only and that subscription Price by carrier or agent Is 10 cur p r week The Evening Post Is first In everything has Ute soirt Stat iw C best rAThe Evemlng Pest LOUISVILLE KY Special Price OA AQas ai4 Eveitef Ftct IW TWi Fapcr FOR ONLY 350 ktii tt tt iIIc J Jewelry1 0 1 r JWatches 1 tr t i Dlamopds r f1I1 lh f 1t f rSilverware Cut lGlass ieIG t z J II have a complete Jewelry Store 7 sNo linof goods more reliable isiIrried by jey anywhere y V i v riiIbuy from the woridsbestmanufacturgrir ani on sniall profits v y f Jberai r j i i tre ny pecialty aid Icau i t supp anything y ujnt t l r 1f 1 l j Jas JR Graves tIt i e lFor Spavin 1 Curb or Splint Siors tiiiiirteitis nurpaed ItPenetratc and relievspoin guickly needs very lulls r s jAnfistula and any abscess jfit PRICE a5iJ50 fc 4100 T ir Sloan 1rHtise on Horsts Cottk Hoy and Ntr 1 6enI fete 4 A4drcs Dr Earl S Sloan BM H sQA Z i iuosque weimyottcan latter But think welt before yoh do SotOi I find nothing written here about let ting you out again IMcrisuri a a Spirit IA m not St Joseph tIotd1itesal i splritnallstcrman named Dmiliil Miller who whs some six feet seven Inc esIlbclgbt mind lied nx utly The spirit of Dririel wa called for by some onlIt the fletincc miutloiied When It hal appeared nod ahfiouncpJ Its feadhiess to reply to any question some one asked d Are you In hcayon Yes came from the shade of Dan let Are you an angel Dan Yes iAt this Juncf tiro the questloufrr paused havlyg i mittr hulsttdjj his fund of questifluji amusement nil tie sad nls sdyid Jr1l1 what lo tlll1t45Urt fioni tip to tb DaniLStui3g nQ ji yK c oaritijj Mixvufb Onehnlf pound of SOft801J ouchif pound of sant Ut1 tnj Qurth pouau of air slaked UmViuIsgd ttos paste Use nllttlp on brush and lii usual uiid your kltcbca taDIfc nhi Hoorcan bukept spqtkMiy cleanl tint white J k 7 t oUCU tf8trC J1Ilni Weaaykase4 to MajNirtee titii S5 Fbloys Bomey and far Me co fka golds and 11lrtJ I n 1a o iIi i ttJer harmfaVdr IItt i wf Jttwm Jmet tt1 de rc JMJ4Tftr dliHi1 CrI f l SIrJctty Abre A1 The BuprfJ M city LosBfellow p W Cream 4YHT1ERau 011t REHEfr 1cINIvI11iNfI SSSINS nuis Pur IdI5iiw j UasMCsw Z RED CROSS QItU TORE f si w 1 LdDR JI I BURTON 1T I Tit TEETHe XTRACTE- DITH I UT PAIN k in- 8PJUKGI1tnIY e ifJ Wotk Strlctiy Fjrtt C1aE ii DR Ju CMLTDD kjcii aiiSirgeon gf QIQe npuri 8 to 9 atn i 1 to 2pm- pott oyer Htydona Drugstore 1 IL bimptonM4 OIkeiil Oer se t4cFieNe eWciN38 d- WF RlfSBX TTORNEY AT LAW oieTKeo a IlPiUNGJi1IELDXY TjHYATT t Div J IL 8PAULDIN6- Oftoft over Red Cross Drug t6re Office hours Hyatt 1030 i to 12 m 4 t05 ppo Spftuldng 2 to 4 pm and ll nightJ0llNYiiMAYS FOIEIlL UIHECtORI AID LICENSED EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAYilOANIGHT i tRIJiFIRLB rn KalpoadSchedule r Following is the time schedule now in effect oh the Bardstown aDd Springfield branch railroadf1 1N 41rLeayes Louisville at 4SK p m Bardston Junction h22 pm Bardtc1wn1 606 pmii arrives at Bpringneld 705PIIlI No 42 Leaves Springfield at 120 a m Bardstown 607 am 4 Bard own Junction 6 50 am rriVM at Louisville 740 ama No43 Leaves Louisville at bnig10arritM at Springfield 1230 pm- No44Leves Springfield a tt 100 pm Bardstown 220 pm IIBardstown Jnnotion 485 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays only Leaved Srinfield at 715 a m Bards towa 8 om lt Junction I 845 am arrives at Louisville 98Sam No 91 Sundays onlyLeaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown JiuctioD645 pm Bards town 7W pm arrives at Springfield 825 pm jv TREES Froit ifid Ornamental J Everything for Or bard Lawn and Garden Our Strawberry PJuUre nfpnev makers Try them Write for free catalogues Ife have no agentsii H JP Hn IENMEVER SONS v L xingtonK IrelyKlng Burglars The moat enterprising burglar ar yttTecorde4 Is the Long Island char irbo ftot only escaped from a brand JMW eouBty jail the other night but teok with him all the locks and door knob ia the place If they catch him tkeyOBght to promote him to the best YMlUiitlary IK the land as a tribute to kk cealu pMrJk Xiha of Vininff la says d I kavebeen selling DsWitts Kid lies ad Bladder Pills for about a year and tlMj give letter satisfac bOil tha apUI iI ever sold There arfra5oz people here who have ttifed them and they give perfect satisfaction in every case I haye udUte myself With fine results t s1c1by the Red Cross Drug Store Tkc This MYou Please When an Irish county court war ibout to opes its session recently the iiftcoyery was m de that the court arier wHo absent A substitute wafe roylded and the court had barely akin up a case when a breathlesE swBengwf boy dashed in with a iele jram rtgoea by tile absent crier rfce missive was handed to the luic who read Wifes mother d jMt Bight Will not be able to cry ledI Ly igiluloaT 4t pnd be studied Jby every parent if yjw child is nervous fretful Itartsinta ileep is pasty facedbaf Tifiri jjndtr itg eyes always seems imBfry is not gaininic weight you ca lbesttr the trouble is worm Wkite1 Creaw Vermifuge is an abs- oleccej f01 worms IP its own pur i f irntive Sold by the Red Cross Drug iY Sore s4 1 Early et1lo4-MttMt t record of the Scotch r I j 9M4 4JWtiM MAft of Mfcbael Scott etet frs K ftU of ScotUsh Mr fkBOWB to ertot consist of J f a MrMBM of lamMUtioa on the Mh C Alntwder HL ot Scotland iMiMi a rr t U lltf 1 1w icviiI n IiIWiIi TOWN Nfi WOO ftilrlJtirlrirlItiW WWi Local Happenings of Interest i The Freshest and Latest J i A1IAboutYourseir Friends and Acquaintances QJ I have sOme niules 1 will loan out or Sell John Parrott Tin r iwafe prices cut in slice this w ek at Campbells WANTED Tobuy some s teers weighing fronr700 to 800 pounds L 4 J G McE toy Cut prices on all kinds o furniture this week at Cam pbtlls f 1 Get the Jatest popular music it lfRussellsi Some boys and mens suits and few pair of ladles shoes exTra cheap at Campbells ti qrdiEdison tRuseIlsDuroojersey hogs arid Cor nish Indian game chickens for fisale 1rt JSpecialfew cook stoves and one nice 35 rauge at Campbells FOR SALE A nearly new rub her tire runabout GW Lyon I have a few well bred Ply saleit4abargain j 9Curry The latest selections in records in both Edison and Columbia E H Russell LOST Be ween Lebanon iitWharton Lapps stable a gC1dI t5 bracelet Return to this office I and receive reward Mrs Kate Williams will move into her new store the latter o part of this week and will pre pare for busines next wenk WANTED To sell an 85 Baldwin 1l credit coupon on new piano good until April 5th Cheap Make offer Address XXX Springfield KyI PTheand tailored hatS will be shown next eek in my new store on East Main street Williams J i Haste makes wasteiti the digestive organs Curried eat lug brings on in igestion Getf relief and cute by Miona stomach tablets50c a box Money back if Miona fails Sold by Red Cress Drug Store j tt WANTEDTo buy Oak Pen J Beech Lumber will pay highest prices Have for sale Oak and Beech Flooring Write to Kenotucky1 Hardwood Flooring CocBeech Sor Woodland Ave Louisville Ky NOTICE Notice is hereby given that all business and professional licenses of orsons doing business in Springfield will expire April 1 1908 Per sons desiring to renew their license should apply to Mr F B Noe City Clerk athls office in the Peoples Bank Building Under tbe ordinances it is the duty of persons desiring licence to apply for same and not wait to be notified as a penalty attaches for each day that any business is conducted without license JOHN W LEWIS MayorI A Fine Jack Sold High Tide the five year oldI jjack that Gibbs Maokin sold to S M Monsees of Sedalia Mo was sold last week to aparty in Canas for 20550 This does out seem much like hard time prices yot he was one of the jest yroduced To Set Sale Aside A case which aitrac ed a good deal of interest was tried before Judg Thurman in Court here on Tuesday was that involving the sale of a farm belonging to Mr R C Canary situated on Pleas Thefarmnprs yule on lastcpddty court day to satisfy judgment in the c ef IJohnumerous claimants interested wiph tile defejndaut and scit was brought setLiJidf olfhe grounds of insuf ticiect advertising and an In ad quatdpticej Much tesijmony was taken to atisfy thfiboihUm tiptfraade by the plaintiffs in Jhisactionj but Jud e Thurman TOPICS I i announced at the close of the testimony and the arguments that he did not think that the evide nee was sufficient to justify the setting aSIde of the sale Attorneys for the plntntiff were Sylvester Russell W DL Clav brook W F Gifg byard Mar shal Duncan while the defeud ant was reperesentod by Hon John W Lewis TJi S May es and Toe D PAin Atfcoiueys an nouuce ihat ah appeal will tel taken io the case lI BOWLING NEWS r r Two records we rokG lit the bowling alley lat Monday night in the second game be twenthe White Rose team and the Hagan Bros team Clifford Roberts broke the alley record when he bowled 274 the rec ld i was 257 The highest score for men wasi also broken wheu he Hagan Bros team bowled 1q46 Hag n Bros took three straight games from th Vhi e Rose team last Monday night j and the following is the second gamewhich is hard to beat LEON ALLEN 200ll WILT Rusisiii LIifi 170 GLIPFORD ROBERTs f 274- TOMMy i C OLVlN i iiERT MCCLELLAN 223 TTotal Bagan Bros team took the place of the Coco Cola and the Old Hickorys quit business The Pride of Washington team two out of three from the Hagan Bros taam last Friday night onlj wining the first game byfour pins The White Rse team Moomed Monday night inthernew bowling shirts and they flit to perfection with the exception of Little Willies which was loose in theneck tSTANDING OF TEAMS t CITY LEAGUE S tI i lpride of Wash ing ton 3 22 14 612 White Rose w 36 21 15 583 fagan Brosl 33 18 15 515 v x TheGlen Lily team went to Bardstown Tuesday night and played the locall team of that city and the result was Spring field won threeout of five gamest Astrong team horn Danville will play the G en Liy teamS onJ the alleys in this city Saturday night 10 cents admission tulle charged to help pay expenses Notice During my absence from mv ffice my books and accounts anbe found at the Peoples De posit Bank J M BURTON F = RSQ N A lMrW R Ourry of Louisville was here i he first of the week on business Mr J Coleman Jones wife and baby from Waco Texas arrivedat his f thersMrT L Janes Tuesday night After living in Texas seven yeas Mr Janes returned to Kentucky and will locate inLouisville where he has acceptedia position Miss Fannie Smih of Bloom field is tbis guest of Miss Eddie Shader CinIciouatt i stock orR OOdafor the firm Gunnjpgham Duncan Ofl Miss Willu Kjnott will spe next week in Cincinnati andI Louisville buyiig milliuery Mr Irvine Wlmsatt iis in Birdstown this week 4i3r G M S anntv and Dr G S Hanes of Louisville erec here Tuesday to attend a meets j ing of the Wasbinjiton courty medical Society Both of the visiting physilians read interest ing tpapers on the treptment of t cerlain diseases j County Jlerk W F Booker is con1iseit to his home with grip Mrs Martin Allen of E izaL bethtOkVh ll iis xjitiog her son J Mr JYCi Allent Mr C H lBop npon of Tar lorsvjlle agentJ for Montenegro RheimCo will move hisfathilyt here next week Mss Kate Whartoti was a guest of Miss Lida Grundy thet first of the week at Valley Hill Mr and Mrs Ered Mangel of Louisville came put Sunday to c speod awhile withMrs Man j gets parents rand Mrs t John W Lewis Mr and Mrs Herry wells f Louisville spent afew days jwitn Mr aud Mrs C R Me t Whonejf t Miss Isa Colvin entertained a- number of her friends Saturday eveping at her sisters Mrii T D Tapp Mr Jorm Wycoff andsistejr of Makville weie in town TijesBay Messrs 0 C Pace Ray Goodin Logan Bosley and Syl vester Russ lJtJr of Lebanon were here Sunday j Mrs Alfred Newton and bon Joe were in Lebanon Tuesday Miss Nellie Simms has Ire turned to school at Nazareth after a few days at home Mr C L Priceisio Louisville his week on business Messrs Byon Parks and Wiil F Simms are in Louisvillejthis week Messrs Wathen Simms and i Shaker Robertson worem Bardstown Thursday Mr John Kelly was in Lebanon o Tuesday Mr Sylvester Russell Sr of Lebanon washere Tuesday RED BAND BRAND CANDY lOc PER LB McELROYSH DERJS CASHSPECIJ4LSFor t 18 Ibs Granulated Sugar fpr 8i 100 lbs Granulated Sugar for 50 19 lbs Brown Sugar for J100 9 ibsjBrown Sugar for i V 50 Scans corn t v 25 15c Of 17V 13can peas v jJv y lOc cap of peas f 1 0- 92cansof tumaoes s 25 95OJPie Peaches per can V Vy 10a and 15 3 cakes German Sweet Chocolate r 10 3 boxes Jello for i v 25 3 lbs fancy head ricefor L V t 25 3 lbs iuia beaus for 25- Navyberns rv 05 1 canasparagus 35c for tf f i 30 1 can W H Pears a good one 1t1 25 1 doz n Ornriges for i 20 1 dozen Lemons tor v i 15 Fresh lot lOc Ked Band Brand Candy ibis week ornNAA lot of Japanese pieQPS of China conssting of Cake Plates Bon Bens Sugar and Cream Sets Olives Cups and Saucers elc that we wih to clo e out and wehave therefore putprices on them that w ll malre them mdve Prices range from lie to 125 Come in and see them r Yours Truly McEFray Shader airt3d oi INVjONVHH UNVU3J a e as attorney in the case of Lake vsJohnson c Marshal John Grace and Mr John P Simms were in Bards town one day last week Mrs John Y Mars is viSiti- ng her daughter Mrs Everett E Buster of Harr dsbarg Miss Annie McDoVell left nIlspending three weeks with her aunt Mrs Palmer Grundy Miss Annie D Grundy re turned to Louisville Tuesday Miss Bertha Haydon and Miss KatherineSpalding of Lebanon are visiting friends in Louis ville IMrs Elizabeth palding of is visiting Mrs OeN Cob or- Miss i Katherine Cainand Miss Flora Mudd have returned from Louisville Miss Mudd will return to Louisville and take a coursa of training at the l orton Infirmary to become a profes inal nurse Misses Lula and Myrtle Campbell are Jn Indianapolis his week with their brother MrArthur Campbell who is ill with inflammatory rheumatism John Shuck McElroy and Jack McChord ace at home this veek from Central University Danville Miss Lilly Simms who has been home two weeks will re turn to Louisville next Mondav o continue her courseini business college Dr J H Lampton who went o Battle Creek Mich last week with Dr J M Burton returned Tuesday night and brings very discouraging news concerting Dr Burtons condition He says that Dr Burton is fast growing worse and unless tHere is an immediate change for the better his friends may be prepared forth worst MissJane Tammy of Dan yule is visiiing her aunt Ms Byron Croake Mr Lestei Gibbs off Louis ville spent from Friday until Monday with his parents near town Miss Lzzie Haydon has re autned her position with Robert soP Claybrooke Co after a visit of several weeks Mr John Raney andmother spent Sunday with relatives near Perry vile MrJoseph Claybrooke is jn Chicago buying goods for the finDof RobertsonClaybrooke Co Mrs D R Litsey spent last week with Mrs B L Liisey of near town Mrs J S Claybrooke is visit ing her parents in bardstown this week IVr and Mrs Henry Coleman f Lebanon spent Sunday with Judge and MrsB L Liisev For Sale Vhite Plymouth Rock Eggs Fi char strain the best in the we rid Male birds scjred by Ju ige Lane from 92J to 93i 00 per setting of 15 eggs I A C KIMBALL Horses to Break 1 U Parties havitg colts or horses tobreak will do well to call on the undersigned and get terms Ain well equipped to handle horses and will guarantee to give satisfaction L D BAKER For Sale One good secondhand buggyI ore new hand made buggy Plenty of buggy immings of all kinds on hand 3ti W H BOND Horsemen AttentionI Parties hiving maiesi to be bred this season will do well Ito call on me and bok them andJ secure a place as my book is fiLling up Rapidly Four fine stallions and a jack to select from L D BAKER Houses For Sale The two houses on VYalntrt ndJ High Street formerly owned by Mrs Mary Thompson for sale privately Both are good five room houses and both havevgoodTV tenants now For further particulars see R M THOMPSON Admin st ator Kodol llyspopsia Cure j1 DigMts wlMt Jell Mb EHHE IJ On OrAboutoAprillsfl f we ii111 open in thestore rooms on Main treehow 1occupied by Grundy Me ntire with a line of r FINE FURNITURE oj j JMr Leachman c four firm havhig been eflgaged in the business in Sprjifjjj0 severalyears is Well acquaintedwitn the needs Of the local trade and IIf to Iupply those needs Mr Theo Campbell the other WwiJI member of tMhas been 7tidentifiedwith the busluess inte estsof the town foryears and we will endeavor to PIease the people Wewill eYI tJplete stock of arry full and c0D0 1 I f + ttHouse furniture Carpets Rugs Matresses EtC4 u c J Patronize home industry and give us a chance at your business i t li HMiI i e e l5i T HER FIRST SPEE HIIt Wasnt the One She Learned but It Won the Crowd It wfis the first appearance In public of Ada C Swcerof Clilca o United States commissioner at pens jous under J President Grant and one of the first women In the inoveineut for equal po utica rights for the sees When the civil war broke out she was living with her parents In the village of Lombard now a suburb of Chicago and was chosen to present to the boys of the Lombard companya silk lag which the women of the place bad made with their own fair bands The literary woman of the village had written for the occasion a beauti ful presentation speech In which thej soldiers were adjured to take the fair flag Into which your wives daughters and sweethearts have sewed fohd hopes and tearful prayers for your1 saffc re nodtsbelfdishonor and the rents of defeat and bear it home victorious at the end of the war I thought says Miss Sweet that had learned thaf piece up and down j oulihutband ceased playing and an awful hush fell upon the crowd and every face was turned expectantly up ttf mine It was different opened iny- mouth and paused The literary lady creaked forward In her chair and whispered loudly Soldiers of Lombard1 That whisper went through me like a ItetrorIwrirdhands of the nearest soldier Then I 11tefSoldiers of Lombard I said Ina desperate voice that must have been heard to the utmost confines of tUe crowd heres your flag Dont get it dirty Dout tear ItI And be sure to as bring A no it buckIevoked from a crowd In those parts The first thing knew I was riding on the shoulders of two soldiers while the whole company pressed about me with wnlug hatM and my faber was leaning over toward me from the back of his bIg horse and calling me his own original glr while tile tears j rolled down hIs cheeks with laughter As long as Jived In the village otl Lombard I jnever dared to meet square ly the vengeful eyes of the literary lndy who had written that presentation speechSt Louis Republic THE TALL SOLDIER 1j Adventure OffiIcerIn Tales of My Father Mr Ulis tells of an adventure experienced by him while visiting a friem in Warsaw HQ had been walking with the prince and had stepped into a small cafe At the uext table sat a tall Russian soldier with one or two companions The soldier took out a box of dominos and challenged one of his friends to a fTheOQ ask hIm to play with you II know him and he is an interesting man to talk to My father crossed over to the table with the prince who said something In Tollshl The soldier Immediately in sited my father to sit down and play At the end of a game the soldier re marked ff Mi regimnt Is quartered at St Pe tersburg If you ever go there call at the barracks and ask for Sergeant R If you ever go to London call at the life guards barracks slid ask for Cap lain Hi r turned my father The Russian rose saying it was not for him to sit In the presence of his superior officer saluted and left the cafeWhoever your friend Is ho Is a taU man remarked my father My friend with whom you have been talking and playing dominos b the great czarthe Emperor Nicholas He has been here for a week It Is his habit to go about disguisi4andtp mix among the people Those who know hIm would not lift a Sngef tA harm him He trusts himself to UP and carries hlsUfe In his ind H- Is safer In these cafes than In th gilded hans of tbe White palace at St Petersburg The nextday my father saw the em peror ieavd Warsaw followed by thtf muttered curses of the people With n wonderful remembrance Of faces he recognized my father In the crowd arid bowed to him courteously ThIS is Worb RmnLmb rIu Whenever you have a cough rIcold just remember that Foleys afoney and Tar will cure it Do not risk your health by taking any but the genuine It Is Ina yellow package Sold by the led Cros Drug tore Men and Muffs When muffs first got Into vogue in Paris men wore them If anything more than women and in the plates of the beaux of the town a large mufl Isthe acc mpanlm tot the frock coat of the period yrhese muffs were generally of SiberUm wolf I Wear showing new Spring ty1es1n ladies an Skirts make IIDress your should early size be couldorder same for you and have ready for ou for Easter I tie us take your or der Misses for a Ladies or IISpring stylesirnd Siuts you the IiqnI ootg Just We and in botk aJKt Far I I S jL I T 1 r 1 w J of day cak 2 All during V 5Jserved and ratesii i tb sad frs l SaIAn Uncomfortable the most uncomfortable mo nent in a mans life Is that one Iim which takes a seat in a box at play end sees his sUtlngim an chair th ordI- nary peoe j t t MUffs y WHen muffs first got into vogneit- Paris med wore them if an tklmf more than women and in Use plates iOft the beaux ot the town a large la the accompaniment of frt coat of the period These mugs w gen rally of orI iyL Newest Cuts Ji in Ladiesandi Misses Sprllg iH tJf ckets l t receivd fro thmanufacturer- them m j Blacks 5tiips Plaid 1 form fitting loote t backs t prices are RetsmNi I j o Hip GM Goods IT Rol8rtsoaClaylroolefio IrINCORPORATED I oooo Ice Cream v l Ii0 S iFiday and Saturday II5i1 fresh stock Confection Fruits Cikc 1IIAbake every bread pies t Fresh salted roasted peanuts1 FRESH OYSTJDRSAND FISH Lent f iJA r s f jrMeals reasonable KATIE4IER fLEIN iif t 0000r J Moment Perhaps he employer i orchestra kmons I tJMenand r 1 srn thi Siberian WQt show Tans such iWIIJ6 JlJf rna tIt Iii isteat1 ten i1 Ucally mil tM w s lagwflIows Zealand arS4pes itbs up Which John T ihrt nM s him from Naposa S utr 0 I years 0 lr TtIIIII ikitIckJsrtheutptmlIa If t 4 jSrWT7TUuUI c Tker are tws J 1 IIIIIIIII II jgirls to r war of = p AisrIeaa MMfctog tlrt IIiIa bUlfth c fll Oo4 JotreiK lierl Kobert Bwri to Dtrt r Press 9 4 l r TJmKNOW THIS =MSIDM14e Tret 5MI T Overcome1 JtIL114 tflf l Mt eajmeit authority IIIrtltlb Scranton nPa j Ir f1at he had 1ound new V iftrt tfi ridvd Ameri en disuse Kneumat ism with j t coaawm every day drugs Jo4 in any drugstore the hlaieianl ere sloW indeed to Mibc much importance to this cUwi This was only a few IIOia iM ajpo Today nearly vrfbewsptper in the country fr eve the metropolitan dail sisI MBpitticiBff iitrand the spfendid ti UieBhieved Itis so sim tthMaDvonesn prepare it ft hoifte at ltcost It is JniJltiip as follows Get from r iIsod e cription pharmacy FUid llxtract and4hon one half oae Co pound Eareon i ioGe ounce Compound Syrup BwrMiarilla three ounces Mixbj skingin a bottle inic1 V take ivi teaspoonfnl doses after l Hc1i 4al and at bedtime hM4Jr1l shnp1e ingredients ki att bsolutely harmless- 1bOs jtmiy t lit1e cost EbeBBatfsm as every one F knows iis a symptom of derang eel Iddaeys It is a condftion pcodltc1bJthe failure of the 1 Jciinty to l rop rly filter orJ r t triiijlfrooii the blood the uric acid an4 other matter which if t not enwlie4Ud it1riti the line or Ibroof h the tkiji pores maiin the blood i decom poeNud formis about thejoints and m Ise1L causing the untold L sufferiig and deformity of rheu mati c t Thw prescription is said to be a spltodid healing cleansing i iaD4i orating tonic to the kidnvys and gives almost im 4 medial t reliefl in all forms of l kidney and bladder trouble ani t backache Ht also warns peo pe jpi a leading New York tf O pape afaiojjt the discriminate j J ottmaaT patent medicines tWont Be Bluffed j r 45 Hr John M Caldwell of i good old Shaker Bend famous J jUatL world OVEr for its quit I arIa Ul Ys where peoe alllt b iive have slept with doors open on sultry sqmmtr nighta without fear of molesta tion or of balm coming to them or thirsain ton Tuesday 4and dropped in to pay his sub rip into the Herald but the r4al occasion of his visit to ton was to purchase tire arms lor itaeems thattheVhite wing ed doTe of ptace that has found ther a peaceful abtd from generation to generation has flown i rorn heoid old Bend- SSometime ago Mr CaJdLt ell reo ccived notice not 10 sell his kn bacco but sold tf and has the 4 lJEloIIei and declai r his intention of raising another crop of eipht acres this ysjir that he will do ftooriiit in jibe attempt Ife I says that a tan might as well be dead any jay il he canuot raise what hi wants to on his thWD lfcnd in his boasted land ot t freedom Itj will berembered that only last week the oUa- pkm BriUicrif nfeighbors of Mr C dwell rived notice not tot aeyLcdotbimyearand acocliptmvfBJg the notice was a 4 TheySown everai hundred tiicres of f laadm the Bead rn a very larg ccm try 8tort and attend ll1arell1 goinf crop regardl a of what anybody 1e Lay S4yor So jabout it RaroajgHeraIL Hp 1Msarh o take care of Tgjbsfrfrly Javul by wttengthen il wMJNMirJM K6 diSt reSf or ft f ilILa1tIaif7olL ue Monai E 7 7f IOCfa ir WII r ntfE s 1 Storepan51EH f fiil W t WeA vic fC pDo Jpoi by stealth ant f llJjg Iti tiy iMk Jtllewsadt wither rt 3t4diyeiagiaftoothacienrrcM fwu fIt Lhw1ii1 j aId reeve vT tlM pMo Tieicif ai aaid sure cure 1 lor fciiBMiiliai 4IM NrJls brwIea pfinsVatJeZfr ftoklay ti f 4 bn Izg Store fL 4 IsZsy S LutIrtt liYft away I IIIlnUJeJtHu lpu s1i- iiwt uii yiet j reU1 ht We aw bJ Y the Bed Cm line EtoN t The SPORTING WORLD Ifobwn After Atttll llpik Spike Kobson the Eng lish tent1irweIgbt who arrived in JJew York recently wants to fight Young Erne Tommy Murphy Owen Moran Tommy OT ole and If possible Abe Attell lii a finish fight claim the featherweight cham pionship of England said R bson4bY virtue of having beaten Johnny Summers who beat Bristol konqueror or Bowker I maintain that the limit of weight lora proper featherweight is 120 pounds nUll at that weight I will take sPIKE EOBSON WEIGHT laroiOSK FEATIIIm11 on any man In the world from twenty rounds to a fliMsh for 5Oro aside anil I have backers who will put up the money at any time Tbjls Is Spike Hobsons third visit to America The first time here he fought Young Erne Tommy Murphy and Abe Attell Robson says American sporting writers formed the habit of dalllug Bow ker Jem Bawker but that his correct name is Joe Bowker Ern Teaching Parisians to Box Having shown so marked an hii provement in athletic sthe Frenc4 now intend to reach out for honors in that peculIarly AngloSaicon game wherein the padded glove find thp Squared circle form the main im plements beyond the human fist aud skull Frank Erne who at one time was American llghtwelghtchampion Is teaching the art of stop block and get away to Parisians and Jifr de dares they take to the game like a duck to water The American says be has some pu pUs who show championship class and in a few mouths more of practice he expects them to go out after ticalps When they do declares Erie they will make the English and American fight- Ing men sit up and take notice it will be queer to see a French champion pugilist but after all why not We have a French golf champion a Russian wrestling champion Belgian rowing champions and come to think of It the pieserit heavyweight boxing champion is a FrenchCanadiaij with a Scotch nom de guerre TwoyearoldiKing Edwards stable this season an English turf writer says Of the two year lds Perrier will unless 1 am much mistaken turn out by far the best He Is framed on grand lines and has all the good points of a race horse without being of quite the same hand some appearance as his sire Persimmon who got him from Amphora Too big to be trained on the hard ground backIbeaten by Rhodora he ran so well and finished with such dogged determina tion that the hope Is justified that he has only to make orjdlnary improvement to be capable of taking high rank among the best of the aspirants to classic honors this season a cop summation devoutly to be hoped for Miss Sutton Wont Travel Miss May Sutton woman tennis champion will not go to England thlr year She declares that if the defeated English net stars desire to winjback their honors they must come to the United States to get the chnn eltLq now a question as to whether the BrIt- Ish women are as game as Miss Sutton and whether they will some to this country Loving Cup ForGanztl One of the big tbluplqnned for Cincinnati when the Ifcdi open the season itt home is the presentation of a loving cup to John Ganzel the new manager lii aboutthree months from the opening tht fncua want to present John withiu hook Yankee Steeplechasers In Big Stake Foxhall Keentf has nominated two American bred racers for this years Liverpool Grand National steeplechase to be run on Friday March 27 The entries are the chestnut mare Chorus by Chorister out of Helena and the bay gelding Prophet t Ko Case On Record There is no case oo record of a cough or cold resulting in pneumonia or consumptionafter Foley a Honpy and Tar had ben taken as ItwIlt YODrcJdqnlcligenuine Foieya Honey and Tar in a yellow package Contains no opla tes and It sure and safe Sold by the ed Cross Drug Store Poetry at a Discount Wit chance has a poet in thesi iftys A very poor chance in tiii ouHtry He may sell 1000 copies a4 if 90 he IIs a very fprtunate man o4lyepi tiwuckt t IpBMLtlnaUoa and the labor MkdMMMd imto a volume of poetry rltw AmerlMldcm1i Work for Blind Girls It is found that one of the occupations in which blind girls can very well engage is that of telephone operator With the loss of one sense another is even more acute and the blind could easily work in exchang s where other girls are employed Surely Knl of Burglars The most enterprising burglar M yet recorded is the Long Island chap who not only escaped from ir brand new county jail the other night but took with him all the locks and door knobs In the place If they catch him they ought to promote him to the best penitentiary in the land as a trIbute to his genius IllHealth There is n great deal of illhealth which deserves not sympathy or pity but criticism and condemnation and La worship of good health1 including works as well as faith might with ad vantage be made a feature of the na tional religion London Hospital LrJVCI1I iof good health should prevent sickness instead of letting themselves get sick and then try to cure it So llong as you keep you liver bowels andatomach in a healthy and active condition you wont get sick Bal lards Herbine relieves constipatipu inactive liver and all stomach and bowel troubles Sold by Red Cross Drpg Store THE ART OF GARGLING the same Thing as the Process 1Net Usually Followed proper method of gargling is thus described by a writer in the Med- Ical Record IThe patient at first under the guid ance ofa physician should sit well back in a chair take a swallow of wa ter in the mouth and bend the head as far back as possible Now he must protrude the tongue from the mouth the tip of the tongue maj be grasped with a handkerchief and In this posture with protruding tongue he must try to swallow the w1 ter The physician should control the patients vain efforts for It Is Impossi ble to swallow under such circum stances The pdtlent has the sensation as it he actually had swallowed the witter Now he must start tOg le to exhale air slowly One can see plainly the bubbling of the fluid in the wide open pharynx After gargling thps for awhile tie patient Is ordered to close the mouth and quickly throw head and body for ward Thereby all the fluid is forced through the choauoe ami nostrils washing the throat and nose from behind and expelling all the accumula tions that had been present with great force This should be repeated several times as the first trial is not olwayf successful and satisfactory It is an act that must be loathed When properly executed the sensa tiqn as the patient will assure you Is that of reat relief not had by any other methodj It will be wise for the practitioner to try the method first 01 himself Even small children who are at nil clever learn the method readily and rather enjoy It His Mouth Full A certain town council after a pro tracted sitting was desirous of ad journing for luncheon The proposition was opposed by the mayor who thought that jf his fellow councilors felt the stimulus of hunger the dispatch of bUS be much far cilitated At last an got up Inest9111dand ham surprised ham that you will not let us go to lunch Im surprised exclaimed one of his colleagues that a gentleman who has got so much hniri In his mouth wants any lunch at allLoudon Scraps r A Ljttlo Vague IJs It far froni here to the next tbwnV asked a tourist of a limn he- met on a rural road Well It aint so very telI nor it UIUL so very nigh aylt It aint as nigh as might bpiIf it want so fdr as It Is Still ifd be ferther1 If It wan f so nigh sq I reckon one might tiny that It is betwixt an between fer an nigh Llpplncotts Mngiizliie Cannibal Trout In small streams trout of two pounds or over usually become cannibals and live entirely on their smaller brethren Such trout will not rise at afiyLo don Chronicle lAgtmel old is celled flowers and trees AH many as are present can play The first one says for Instance My first Is a public house my second Ist state to which all must come my third Is a command to depart my all Is a flower Answer Indigo Only a mlu ute Is given for guesshig the one who guesses having a turn A list of flow ers and trees can be looked up before playing unless one Is familiar with a good manyWashlngton Stare Accounted For Hoh sneered Marty Of course horses can run taster than boys Theyve got twice as many legs If they had to stand on their hind legs the way we do they couldnt nerve uurotnouJThe nerviest individual that ever encountered says exSenator Billy Mason was a chap that dashed Into a day coach of an accommodation train running from Chicago to Evanston on an occasion when I was occupying a1 doorI person appeared In nger or two and ffllngand yelling In the train shed the confusion of which we distinctly beard some one shout Stop thief IWell when this person did scamper Into my car be looked about for an In stant or two with every appearance of a hunted animal Thqn a happy thought striking him lie dived undeV my seat exclaiming as he did so Sir I rely upon your honor Llpplncottsl f IIngenious Indigene My boy says the first wayarer hit on a scheme that guarantees 1Ive square meal and possibly some n any house I care to strike secomlIl a couple of bushes tQ get Iny clothes mussed up then go up to the front door and tell the lady of the house Im a racing balloonist that has Just descended In the woods Success Magazine Couldnt Be Snobbish Mrs De StyleIve been sending Mary to fashionable academy but she doesnt seem tp get on very well Uncle Jerry No Shes a pretty bright girl Mrs De Style Oh shes bright and very sensible but IUncle JerryAh I guess thats It Shes too sensible to be affected by It Catholic Standard an l Times ISuccessf operation sue cessful We locat ISeeondDoctoraplendld cut I said nearly we through the man t find It FlrstDoctor WI he get wen Second Doctor The patient Bless you no He died directly after woo beganJudge Remember that when the Stomach QrIstrengthen these same weak inside nerves with Dr Sloops Restorativpi l hwrplened with the Restoratives where Heart Pains pall Itation or Kidney weakness is found DOnt drug the Stomach nor stim ilae the Heart or Kidneys That is wioug Go to the cause of these aU ents Strengthen DrIsimple single test will surely tell Red Cross Drug Store Incontestable A grandioIier was reproving her little grandchildren for making so much noise I IJear me Children You are so noisy today Cant you be a little more quiet Now grandma you mustnt scold us You see If it wasnt for us you Wouldnt be a grandma at nllnarpers Weekly IAStop Order Dangerous Doctrine Deacon LoUgfnceTimt new prehch er Is an out an out modernist If he aint tried fer heresy I aint no proph et Ills WifeSake alive Whats he said or done Hennery Deacon Longface Why lie says he caut see up harm in goin to church on Sunday in an auttymohile Puck As to the Singer Tess Sh had the nerve to tell me some professor had told her her voice was very good Jess Well you can never tell things are sornetluies deceptive Tcss What are you talking about TessrWhy her voice may really be better than It sounds Philadelphia Press A Wonderful Discovery Professor Bigbrane Insists that Mars Is Inhabited by people of far superjoit Intelligence to any on thii earth Yes answered Mbw iCayeuuc i It Is truly astonishing to find the pro fessorartinittlng that there can be any Intelligence III the universe superior to his owitj Whshliiirton Star Feeding tho Hens f regetlbtesft ProportlOltor shell purl warer charcoal and fIt baths should result In a good nup ply of eggs If other conditions are fd vonihio aoQIO aaoQI oQIlQitQtoQl tQtaaiI Dont neglect your cough tf tl4 Jfc Ht I Statistic show that in New Yirk Cityi 0 IQ alone over 200 people die every week from Stgp 10consumption 00 V A And most of these consumptives might B gRjiewarning cough 4 tJ tf2YoulqwwY aEmulsion enable you to throw off a cough or cold r fjALL MUCGISTS lkrIH IS For Wpmais EYJIS New York Dies as Lived His Boys In the ous Path of Charles w Kruger deputy chief of the New York city fire department wasdrowued on Feb 14 fii a subcellar Into which Jie hold fallen through an open trap while lea rng a company of HIs men to a point of vantage for ttgbt Ing a bad lire No surer death hole could have been spite of the struggles of his men to save him There was six feet of wa terln thcw subcellar and above that was the main cellar filled with deadly fumes from many broken and melted gas pipes No doubt the deputy chief had been weakened by these fumes for his struggle In the water was short The last cry that came up from the pitch dark hole was Save me Andy Andy was Andrew the f deputys driver who not only took his chief to Ovary blaze for many years but followed him like a shadow In and out of danger He followed him half way Into the water hole and would have gone all the way had he not found that he could render better serv THEN A ice by holding to the edge so that his superior officer could chug to his leg The fire which cost thecity and the a nun who had served bravely for thirtyfour years was at 217 Canal street It started at 130 ocl k iuid practically destroyed 217 spreading to two adjoining buildings before it was under control After that came the hardest part of the fight The basement of 217 was filled with closely fpacked bales of ex celsior and ninongi them the fire raged like that of a thousand furnaces un der forced draft long after the flames In the upper five stories had burned themselves out Kruger who had done his share In controlling the blaze aboye the side walk level next gave his personal at tention to the cellar Jt was always his way to lend his men rather than to take advantage of his rank and merely send them lIe also had the old fash- Ioned paternal and friendly habit of calling the firemen boys when under tjie excitement of action Half a dozen times he tried to get Into close flgjt tiIng range with the blazing bales but Just as often he and his followers were driven back to the street before they coulH do effective work Flhaljy he reported to Chief Croker that the only thing possible wes to flank the blaze at 217 by going into the cellar at 215 and cutting through the partition wall Croker approved the plan sp once more Kruger yelled Come on Iroysr and plunged Into the cellar wltlr an ax Hergeutother was right at his heels and following the driver were Donohue Jacobs Fischer Krlesler and McGrath of hook and lad der No dragging a line of hose and carrying n ram with which to attack the musonr between them and the blazing excelsior But they over reached that partition Wail Earlier In the night the fire had been In 213 so the cellqr of that building WlS filled with smoking de bris nail the fumes from broken gas pipes and progress from the steps to- Ward the wall was slow and danger Oils Lanteny made but little Impression on the blackness They only made confusing rjadows apd the glimpses which the men hl1t1ot the deputy chiefs white helmet as Jt bobbed along at the head of the Indian file a sort of guide and marker for the advance were less frequent thnn the encoump ing Come on boys which they heard from the lips ot the wearer It was Just after one of these shouts from the head of the tine that the groping hitlf asphyxiated lad crmlu henrd a crunching of the muGed sink lug sort thnt comes from the breaUlnrr of rotten boards Theni there we n splash and not even Andy could CfI the white helmet which nn Inslnut J fore was not more than two itvl In front of his eyes Chinese RicejJajpr The rice paper upon wjlcb the Chi head d6 such cbarmIn3Srawlng Is a thin sheet of the pith off a tree ll r Womens troubleSvery often Bcauseyour st1o reason why It continueMany thousands of women who had previously suffered from troubles slmattodue to disorder of the womanly organs have found welcome relief or cure yri1aIItwonderfully successful medicine for women f Wine of Card iiMrs Leota Forte of Toledo III writes I anxtet pleased with the resuKs of uafaf C I ICoken three bottles and am nov perfectly well free froms pain and have gained 25 POM ta T t WRIT E US A LETTER Write today for free copy of valuable 64P4it Illustrated ok for Jfvice escnbe your symptoms statins e and reply Vnti pUfTsirfi nrSiTiLadies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Aledldne Ox Chttano iir i iT t Always Said Co11etNot Go Deputy Chief Kruger of the CityFire Department He Leading Peril DutyTiff t theiwrolc Hergenrother struggling department 8 should J Sqveral drops of cokf water spattered against the drhlrsoutstretcbcd hans and with jQremahs Intuition he knew what had happened But already one foot was over the pitfall and he could not save himself altogether from go- Ing down He spread out his arms however and checked himself as he hung up to his thighs in the water managing to hold on in spite of the fact that the first of the following men stumbled heavily against his shoulders For Gods sake Andy this place Is full of waterP came a smothered gasping cry from the subcellar Im coming chief replied the driv er as he drew in one arm from the swaying floor preparatory to letting himself down But he quickly threw it back and struggled to strengthen his hold for at that Instant he felt the arms of the chief clasped about his leg Two of the ladder men seized Her genrother under the armpits and braced for n hard pulP together but tile driver could do uothlr g to lhelp himself and THERE WAS SPLASH Ills companions could not lift him with the added weight of the tt clinging chief an Inch So they braced again merely to holdou- Chief Kruger hart stopped giving orders Save me Andy he cried taint ly Yes chief gasped Horgenrother Then there was dead silence while four men waited In the blackness The three who HveQ to tell thd story said that this wait seemed like an hour It might have been a minute surely not more than two beore the others returned dragging a ladder and led by Battalion Chief Galvan All rIghtnowchlcftyeJled the driver bending his head a far as he could to ma ke himself hdardi below But tlore was no response On tIe contrary the tirtcr felt thc grip u3oa hIs rubber booted leg relating1 The encircling arms slipped from lila thigh to his knee For Gods sake chief hold another second shouted Hergeurother but It was too late The arms let go alto gether und the Driver heard a splash In the water as when a body rolls over At the same Instant Galvali liuim tient of the unavoidable delay la ending the ladder In a low celieJ cel lar slipped by the driver down Into the water t lie also held to IlergeurotfierV leg with one hand while with the other ho groped about In the water until ho touched the deputy chiefs lingers lie gasped the drowning mans wrist and shouted for the ladder When that was finally put down Gal an stood upon the lawer pings And dragged his chief tip to wh rethemen above could take hold of him Galvan hud recovered the body but ir was nothing else to be done It Ujt ul rp Me hf Krrcer was tJIve vlrAi e Jtyill dr 1X tb alder nod Mkc i ou to te slj rvai Long before that Chief Croker had summoned doctors from St Vincents hospital arid they had arrived with one ambulance and a tank of oxygen The surgeons knew that the care wile hopeless but urged on by Croker and his men they wbrkefl for hours it nd It was nearly daylight before the men of the department would admit that their leader was dead Firemen who stood about with lifted helmets did not try to hide their grief when alt hope was given up Many of them sobbed and the taciturn Croker himself was not ashamed of blsttears- I knew It would happen this way raid one of those who had followedl Kruger into the basement I bay feeu to tnany fires with him He was Iahvoys In the lend He never said place11ITcjU rafl this time when ho led us into tmt bneemeutBos follow me Get DeWItt4 Carbqllzed Witch Hazel Salverit ivheallnjf uootblnjf and cooling It is good for pllei Sold at Red Crois Drug ton 4 5 r tHORSEi t I Breeders Attentioll1 I LQ Bakw bff rs Fine Ilist of Stallions fcr- v hIISeason of 19U8 at his Stables Fair- Grounds s Springfield Ky tlIII- cesir to expressiny thanks to the stocc breeer f Washington during the and adjoining cOunties for tbeir very lilieraJ patyonage ofstallionsMoko Peart No 4Q4xBecoid 4 228 ira121 stallionI1baySSs6t Ky He is byMokolby aronWilkes dam QueenEthel the dam of three in the Uqt MokoPearl is out of Little Pearl 22lby Hidder LCJiomas Little I carPsdam is by Lsolene 4iJJt sMoko Pearl wj1lmake iviicoltmares season ds TutleJ I tfollowing statement from this horsesfoner one tells IIXhe of his individsal m ert tiMOko Pearl has beep hewnKenjncky fairs since he was a twoyearold an won everythinghe was shotn for in arnes andro daterclasses He won for two easons at Georgetown Lawrenc burg itaboI T I a heavy studs asou an 110 days preparation he was 2d at the Blue GraSs Fair d the Atstrongest roadster class seen in Kentucky in Pet TheGreat ZOZ years r Quldtainphima good gaited trotter Norgel3owerman worked him for speed 24 days in his 3yearold form Jand him drove in hIm i1122f Wm Freeman trained hiinlightly keqi fouryearrdrove itseponds After Shw1at thh Blue Grass Fair last tityear wt worked him a few mijs asdgave hima record of 22S ac belIevehe is a good trotter aida game horse thl is the opinion of every man who has pilled aline bim With TerihandsomeombifsonretterHeI proipectiRed Birdp r4Registered 1956 Vql V A S H B A This horseistoo we1known to ned an IntrbduQtio tc thebreeders of Wasblpgton 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