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HTuesday eig4I4 COci1spo eetol- KTJMri Meday PXS1 of Txx HACAOXB HCeet lp nucbm l cTi FotI i lndigesticr II- Kor Mbrntiiee CupsR kwaclnc twiMkhrfeaf ftM fcoitte = CM hoa tly MT It IiM mot Wa z7crmoMif Try t M4ylig 1tM ir t It Ie J a efJlIe Zf iDigLTYoELt1 MI9Isk fte lieeisili 3w liti oiVnrtSoZ cfc w iut 4 CWJSS DRUGSTORE h r TIJEuNEWS=LEADI3RSCRi7oNt L r J f9 fo l7 wN iW wro lOBSERMTlO he tCMM cou In March ByrpALiiAS LOSE PccThwiUow gleam wi h silver light T ma lescrimwriglpv Thje first faint streaks winters est j theFaroff and low J but The northward ese witK winded fOdgeHesplitthe frozen skies And called the way for weaker had wings I Where midnight lies1 Today a warm wind wakes the ci marsh i I hear the hylas peep And oer the pebbly fbrdj unbound The waters leap thatThv lambs beat from the shelteredno nofoldsThLoThherTheiforest fills henight ah mel fierce files the bi stormr t Across the dark dead wold n- ohwIft sflow swirl and stlence falls v On stream and foIsull white and still lie stream and tic hill Thejwinterj dread and drear Then from the sties the bluebird fliesi And spring is herel Youths Companionhe thTLegislature lost an oppor livniylastrecord as being against thizght riding and lawlessness ichhas disgraced the state in is tobacco district Senator etons measure making1 the oin ties responsible for dama ages esf tncase of injury to person or qperty resulting from mobtif violence last 1 eek was c lIedb of comiDittee and given itsto death blow after an earnest le and impajssioned argument foriite favorthe Louisvilleiz izSenatortictbesuspicioDmen in the Legislature who areS to anxious to protect the the night thUerstyranny says the Louisville aseradEncouragement to lawless ss oh the part of depredating g nds and a cbnsolation to weak lunfaith ul aud possibl- ynuivingbunty officials whose nds are not raised to en force the statutes against EV rioters and incendiaries five anenatorbtlief that the passage of the me measure would do much to stay had epidemic of turbulence and imulate the activity of auihpri me es County taxpayers know i that they would have to foot bills for destruction ol toaf bacco barns and assault upon tizens would have been awak you ed to aggressive action in anSI fforL to prevent further outrage and discover those guiliy of breaking thepeace Tnt power i motive ci self interest would have Deen brought into play with a ccnst quent organization community forces to protect t h hb counties from suffering fory the fins of these resn ndcrimln al men But the Senate led bVJack Chinn whose tempestuous k- luster was never turned to orse account has said to the county nuthoritbd l Continue your attitude of lethargy arid indifference We will not holdl you responsible for these crimes Let Kentncky be ravaged j let her industries be destroyed let her f iuzetis be whipped and her homes riddled with bullets No body is to blame least of all you who are directly charged with the prevention of thes wruhgs i A severe cold that may develop Into pneumonia over night can be cured quickly by taking foley Honey a pTar It Will cure the nost obstinate racking cough and itrenRthen yourlunga Ihe genuine in a yellow pac ige Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store 0 Asked lobe Arrested i a Alfred Walsh aged 35 years who saB becomes from Leba I non Ky walked up tq Patrol man Zell early yesterday morn Ing at Third avenue and K street asking that he be locked up fo Sftfe keeping from blm elff Walsh declared that be had had noihiBg Jo eat for several days and that he fell himself in th IIij atfist of a nervous collapse Bii selfr under some passing train tJ said The ptliceman took him to the unty jail where he was lodged pdfbr a charge of disorderly conduct Be was presentedin fie PoUce Court and his base ntinu3d until Saturday inb order that he might recover rom ftw attack Walsh himself declared hat he did not know l cause of his present n aladyt thought that with proper Nod and care he would recover pn a few days BJ said that heI been out of employ men for along time but that he has a father John Walsh a wellto do tizsn of Xiebanon Louisville Times j SiOOOO paM by Dr Shoop for any recenfca e of Grippe or acute Cold a 2 cent box of Prev ntics will t break How isT this for an offerLe Doctors supreme n ese little Candy Cold Cure Tablets j rPreventics is certainly complete t Itsa S1QO against 23 centspretty godds And Preventics remember contains no quinine ao laxative i thing harsh nor sickening Pneu mbnia would uever appear if early colds were always broken Safe and refur feverish children 48 Preven s25c New Organiz tionb jbinville can now cpnjratulate la rself as keeping abreast with Jca e tendencies of the age in a- more ways than one Twenty ia yonng men have oohdeqs themselves together in an organ stion known as iThti AotiBlci of Juice Club the pbjectJ of whibu the fostering of total ab tin id ence from all intoxicating beVel1y Stringent rules have been promulgated and adopted by the Club and the admission fee isj memIberi iTeits thesum of three dollars which goes into a general fund the maintenanceof the organ tiationes are well knowu young but for reasons best knowu themselves their names for l e present are w ihheld This ho should provea popular move in dry a place as Danville S where you know it is utterly impossiole to obtain a drik V Kentucky Advocate J Given Tollie aBSpiegelnsville Ind writes For over years I was troubled with kidney d bladder affections which causedu much pain and worry I lost flesh and was all run down and a year ago to abandon work entirely I hah iin three of the best physicians who did no good and I was practically given up to die Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended and the first bottle gave me great relief and to taking the second bottle I wasb entirely cured Why not let it helpt Sold by the Red Cross Drug tore Prominent Fanner eads fMr James A Hj don of Wood lawn died Thursday morning after an illness of two months of ert trouble aged about 63I ears Mr Higdon was a promi l ent farmer and for many years a stock trader and was well i throughout the eountV He served as a Federal soldier during the civi war His wife formerly Miss Couitney frnd two daughters Mesdames R L Smith and George Reidel and two sons Messrsl Williarc and i John Hindoo survive him The funeral services were held at the resdeMce Friday morning Itt- tj eleven oclock bv Rev R B t Does Your HeartBeatI I YeS 100000 times each day Does it send out good blood or bad blood You Know for tgoQd blood is good health bad blood bad health And you know precisely what to t take for bad blood Ayers Sarsaparilla Doctors have endorsed it for 60 years sluggishlIverl nlitancc 1ue thett aliorb Into blood Keep the bowel open with Ayer Im- f R er Co woll Has AUadabyZaA urao urol8 ot 1t1lersHAIR t ij We haVe no 5retel We pubUsh tbe firiu1s or alt our1n04tcJ545 eard of the Methodist church and the burial tcok place lit the Poplar Flat bmying ground Bardstown Standard Tickling or dry Coughs will quickly loosen when using Dr Shoops Cough Cure And it is so thoroughly harm less that Dr Shoop tells mothers to nothing else even for very young abies The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lung healing mountains shrub give the curative CoughIure It calms the cough and heats he sensitive bronchial membranes j o opium no chloroform nothing arsh used to injure or suppress De ndDr Shoops Take no other Red Gross Drug Store I Kentucky Saddle Horse Major DaVid Castleman of Shakertown addressed the students of fhe Agricultural De partment pf the State College at- exington Tuesday on the sub ject of The Kentucky Saddle f10fseH1fajor Castleman de livered this lecture at the re quest of ProfessofrJ J Hooper Major Oastleman reviewed briefly- the history of thibreed and stated that the bung men could nbt entfcr intoa more lucrative enterprise than that that of- reeding saddle horsesTh market is unlimited and the prices rule as high on an averages for any horse bred in Amen The Kentucky horse has peculiar market in that he iis serviceable horse and atr the ame time becomes more of friend to this owner than any her horse Heis inte sly in jtolligent and is useful both for riving and riding and the oubg horse should be trained for both purposes There are several of thee students pur husbandryIdirectly into the breeding of lIpletionand after his lecture Mapr Oas eman was besieged by numer ous questions from the young men in resard to the training bitting and manaeemeni of the rse Harrod sbu rg Herald TATE OK OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO lssLUCAS COUNTY JJ Frank J Cheney makes oath that be is eqior pat tner oft e firm of F Cheney Co doing business in the city of Toledo countyt and state and that said firm will pay he sum of QNE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Qatarrh that cannot be cured by the ae of Halls Datarrh Cure FRANK J CIIBNKY Sworn tobefore me and subscribed my presence this 6th datof Dec ember A D 1886 AiW GLEASON SEAt NOTARY PUBLIC Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally and acts directly upon the lood and mucous strfacea of the syd eri Send fer testimonials free F J CHENEY COv Toledo O Sole by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills los con stipa ion i Council Meeting March 13th Ip08 At a regu lar meeting of the City Council of the city of SpringfielB Ky1 held atthe usual time and place upon the above date present HOP John W L wis Mayor and C9uncilmen Logstlon Log don Robertson McElroy Simms WhartOn and Smock The minutes tjf the last meet ing were read and upon motion approved Upon a motion duly seconded the city Marsftat was directed to haveall refuse and debris re moved from the streets and alleys as soon as ossihle and to notfv all persons having prop Ofy abutting on said streets allot s that they must at land cease throwing refuse of kind into said alleyways and further that those having ewer from v their premis1 s elmpting into the alle s nutdelsG extend such sew 1ilbOUI j o a proper aiil drat tha the efi against such prac tice and unless this order is ex ecuted at once they will be pro fceededagainst according to law SAmotion dulyjseconded direct ecfthcthe city clerk have the foregoing Order printed in the XTiWhSrnn1 that same trrill 7 er o appear In the next issue ot sai4 paper JOHN W Ltus Mayor Attest F B NOE Clerk CPrathers Creek f scarceIthis week we will ask tb be ex cusedj J There has been considerable compjaint with tthe farmers of this section with their lambs and old sheep some of them have had good luck and some hav had bad luck but I reckon from fall accounts ihere have been fmor old sheep lost than there have been for some time Itt seems that there is a disease among them andr some call it pinkeye In conversation witht one faeighb r ha says that he had Tbsttttenold sheep and about thirty Iftmbs while sOme say they haye lost at least cue half of their lambs Itf seem ja the way corn s selling at 350 per barrel and hogsat Bc dont correipond very much It seems that there are plenty of people lok irg for corn but there is not any for sale and corn at these prices a min cannot feed it to anything and comn out on it Mr G ij Mayes and wife visited the family of Jameei Mayes Thursday Mr SJMayesL and family spent Saturday and Sunday witt his f ithpr Mr J ET Mayes Mr John Russellland wife fI were the guests of W H White house Sunday Mrr John Barker pon tj Thursday with her son GD Barker Lou1Runr week with her cousin Miss Margie Ohristerson Missps Nettie and Martha Grives of near Jenkinsville were the pleasant guests of their i ncle and aunt Mr and Mrs G Mayes We are very sorry to Sylhmt Mrs J H Mayes is not impfoy ig J M Christ prson of Stewart was over to see his brother G H Christerson last Friday ThA few days of last week uncle considerable changes in wheat an i grassand according- to old peoples saying a late lao Easter for an earlyspring Easter lis later this year than OflAprIlThere has scarcely any farm work done in this sect ioi this wither and spring People out this way are still discussing the tobacco question I reckon the last crop in this section was sold llasweek While some say they are going to Burn tobtcc- beds awhile others say they are not under the circumstances While I think that people had better consider v hat would be best to raise or not to rais6 this year and if it be for the bist not to raise any tobacco I think we should all say amen to it 1 Mr P D Harmon sold his crop of tobacco to W B Hatchet feGo of Mnckville for Oc Ve are very much pleased to see our new correspondent from Long Run Hoping that they will still continue to wiite the news and may tiaeir letters increase to help otit the diearvold NEWSLEADER Cloaks Suits WaistsSkirts Departments Silks and Velvets Black Dress Good Colored Dress Ribbons Womens HeckwMT Handkerchiefs laces Embroideries Notion Linings Trimmings Wash Goods Flannels Domestics Mens Furnishings Art needlework Pyrpgraphjr China and wareKnit Underwear Garments Muslin Underwear t Slues iCarpets Draperies and Furnitur Telephone Case Court of AppeUs hy judge Settle affirmM in part r nd re sningtonITelephone Corn pany Appellant owns a tele phone franchise in Springfield Apepellees built a line on Smiths Mill road and entered a contract with apellee to connect Appellant after the construction re IuafeUlo connect the wires of ap pellee thcagh an offer wrsm de topay2 per telephone f9r tbe service The lower court award ea 1000 damages for breach of contract and issued an order requiring apellant to connect this court sustains the latter and remands the case as to damages directing that only actual damages be found Lou Tmes This is what Hon Jake Moore State Warden of Georgia says of Kodol for Dyspepsia UE CoDe Witt a Co Chicago J 117 Dear Sirs have suffered more than twenU yeurs froth indi a Hob About eight eec months eo t had grown so mnch wOrse that I could not digest a crufct of corn hreadsndcouldnotretain anything en my stomach I lost 25 pounds in fact I made ub my mind that I could not live but a short time when a friend of mine recommended Kodol Iconsented to try it to please him and I WetS better in one eyerfth an for many years K dol did it iI keep a bottle constantly and write this hoping that humanity l1Lbe ben fitted Yours very truly Jake O Moore Ailanta Aug 10 ljQ4u Sold by the lied Crosbrruff Store f Good Men v The State Bank and Trust Company at it regular meeting Friday elected Messrs Varner Divin and Wr B Haichett to fill vacancies iiq the board of directors This institution is fortunate in securing twovsueh men Mr divine is one fthe solid men of the county and Mr Hatchet wha recently came to Mercer ffjm Washing ton county has Ought valuable property here He has had Targe experience as a director buying erved fora number of j ears as director in the First National Bank of Springfield and more recently served as vicepresident of the Bank of MacivihleHarro1sburgberald It isnt half as hard for most people to find a good dinner as to 1e ach tablets and never fear indi- geslion 50c uranteedbY the Red Cross Drug Store ODrink Cure t 1 Fish brine is the cure for- stroog drink adminifitered by Lexingtons Police Judge John Riley Judge Riley says after a drunkald has swallowed quan tity of fish brine undor his di rections he will lose his taste for whisky and now when a prisoner is brought before him in a drunken condition hegiies him the alternative of going to the workhouse or drinking a pint of fish brine Ip some cases the prisonei prefers the workhouse but a few have taken the di aught and Judge Riley says none have come back the second time FOR MAIL ORDER eUsToMERSONLySaie tkr Mk vr Man Order kJN SpeclalTbls Week Won ensU98 Spring Dres3 Skirts 385pTo advertise our house more wide Jy inthis community we make this generous offering these 498 skirts at 385 are made of strictly all wool panama choice of two styles one pleated the other flared to be had in all lengths from 37 to 44 inches and in waist measures from 26 to 36 colors navy brown or black J 8 SONS 24S w Markc IrSt LOVIWILLE KY FREE Wnrll IsJ allism IMacMt oi torn wM ails W n Md address Te Ia4iw e J nl e k- sasMfsrsairhSSS SS- t Dress Goods SilksDreSs DreSsTrjmmings kwatsJ SkOM Caipeti Thee Cseduasio ata uI = Papeepatteru ioat lMaIsg vbeauMFaxa IktWioMLwI i IMtItttYI TsviaIItlUtXe Y Mol esssstIp Jctr7CWIt1t Fwsltwe JIt T1Dtmorett amc a1 16 i I J t i A5 j J 7 r 1t- I HIHIEconII ml eggs es the maike use of tbeWii flour buj rt 1II cake and pastry more apptiz htt ing nutritious nd who1so P 0 BakinflPowder ll- N ABSOLUTELY PURE I iI 1N j r 7 IGrape0 aIta are AI aU p g ef Urne tna1 rc uI lower price hut no kowsekeeeerriog MuMk tjI IIiLThere V IHc 17MI aMerd to M IOJI Valley Hill As T never see nynews from Va lley Hill I thought I would wulte it r Mr Alex Yates is improving aftra spell ofrip Mr Loyd Yates and sifter atr tendeJ churchat New Hope Sunday Alt TVJ Oder is prizing tpbabcci for run Reed He prizeda crop last week for TlLaium + Foward Tatum and Note vVeeblej bought a crop of to bacco frm Air Cheatham MrTTh Oderitnd wife and two girls Ellen and Nan ie spent j oupday jin priugfeld Mr James Leathers and wIf- are l visiting ip AndeisoncouutyS this week Mr Will Snyder 4is vcleaoiii g up ground for a llarge crop 6 t i ttobacco this year Mr WillSmder and family spent Sunday with friends at Ohatliti There was quite a rowd out to hear Bro BeNightSurfday s t lrToi Tatum has hsprinIstock of goods Mare him It call T C Tatum bdbgljt Tommie Reeds crop of tobacco ai2tt cents v p Miss Minnie Oder has beet visiting in Bardstown t PnbliGSSale t l op Town Residences Thetwo dwellings on Walnut tC1thef s n deceased will beoffered for sile at public auction tothe highest bidder on i Saturday Mardi 28 ai 2 oclock p mi on the premi seses These houses are very desirable both ifs dwellings and as an investment and will posi lively be sold to the best bidder Terms reasonable and will Jbe announced on day of safe ROBT M THOMPSON Administrator S M Cimphpll Auctioneer VPnUIam 6I The two rpontb oltd child ofj UlysusJinkins died MarcbOj Mr James Pearson diet of pneuuonia March 3d h rcr mius yt k inJe rr din Fii Viewdiet ry Be aS bou J fifty yrs ol ngeiat d Ieavesa wife and six chn ifif Mr Jehu H oWiout1ejt sjokrist at this wiUfcg witfai IiQ kidney and bladderI trouble airs Jttrnes Scott is on tIMl hsickEverett Goff is ver fickjw tfc pneumonia C 4 V YJerE8rel to Jooffe out aer chants Black Jin onr tbIH f 1 J Tare closing out their entire stock merchandise TMO O7ohlatbiirwU iMiUV spent Saturday biUlUPoster and fumily 1 The twoyar old child ot Mi t aDdMrs Pppe Bishojp w yery sick at tbis writiny of pMKKeak MrWG8cotfwif aft Scru gril1e 1ut Kciajr Mr M MaYM a d wiirare on the sick list ithJ frif Mrs Henry White wte liae been quite ill of co ttBipkw is C very low at this writing S t IfyouwpuId like to fo1 see w1 1f jfiiOt j hIm a batch of Dr Sfewf i fiaK t Coffee and serve it pipta tItdeceived Mrs ShOO awl will I heve aayoQe And ker kMt JL grain of real Coffee ia It eakk Coffee is made fro pure iij grains malt nuts t etc no 20 to 30 kimutei teUSfF J1 polinds 25c For Sale fcyJidraw I5 Sriader t tj 1tfrL Turkey and Riaf 4 1 y OiptGTK 1arI1MssiN markable experkoci wliiJ n his long and cbktJ4i career as a alevtk iatective he has aevr kxwiL qu led Hsaj fchat ysjiag ajl3i residing at Mnrtlpiiij ithelaStweek Issaaii f erj an open well wbfB ah arijf iijpiom her finger her ipaent rinp wbfcfe of yipajf she valued vsiy highly SJMl f was compelled to pay W Wh s lars to two colored wan to ptmp i the water from the well a drs i coyer the ring btthe next 4 t t when she was oat iin th- efeedighecbickosieys faM i with foocTlnixed ip la a yaa MM ring gain slipped freeaCAt tinJter and Waa wallowed b1 i P turkey gobbler Wto iIpiat u iNay ly had the job1tr kHfc aW recovered tIe valttabet jtvel inU is BOW weri f lit iieeiily wired fo her wriei ypt JI ijof a superstitipos1 iIW3 sis doer not regard wba4ru4ia IJpeped to it serioMlr a1AIi Advocate j Always wiik jm p U s catarrh gera to t r f Not when breathe yf replies the oste ip MoneYifHb5i ireuro ctarss tM7 Gross Drug ac NOTICE Not t givnhstall bsad1e- ional licen doihf business hi wHlcjcpirs Aprilt 1 oftlcM iI IreII tlic Bse ao U apptj to Mr fV BNc Citjr QMrlrM ha oflk ioc the P s Hank uftdtt uir tWordiwuwee mto Ws4 duty of ptfCTe sb1NIs 0 1- t fo apt r ifMr eataemyl Ml wtlt5 bId as penalty al ches tarweeh d4 that wy bonts ia coOpt d Without license Joey W LEVlBr Major I w rw PS in III i PlWSfADRj Very Millie i1 M 4D tB Y TXUMDJLY t sick 1II SPUNGFIELDK- Yr tI4 id our rf j i EEDAyIS9NJF wuimDiM4R19iSr cLd cie jt Wild c6nfusion this Open fltiC K nfrpfcty Vsislatqre ad joiw1L i 4 unlock on Wed dined MMriajr S morains During the ian ciot4g hour everat important 0MMQr 4 were rushed through and Ir lbfi OlrOObllr became a an 4 TAirivna the capital appropiia week wife ws passed after being 1 5o as to be acceptiable Se rvernor long Alll tIk of an extraseSSiOIIj t Jbi gislature is at an endsp Tittp is all terjr well tli- Tled w1id J 1 J II to s restI 1if iPnioa it is stated has ieitIi tj i Jt rth ti extra J session may uess l l M1 r factittry to deal with the T IpocO tt stiqnibuJltit woulci fJitc1le11 until lfcteio tbelai 1suLer ed o- fsitor J Wheelerl Campres lea reply Ao Gov Beckham s iitiftck on those Democrats who land ert red to votsfoiim for U S Sintor Cbfl said tha1 Bkhm could not 3k eo beer r m teinated atthe piimSry on ac T ccmntbf such gross frauds haV jngbeiiicomrnitIedi Gov WilsOn has signed thp Sullivan feili l 1 appropr aling of 5000Kfor thCtWOSte normalI fri schools ItW os reported fortrtfmlthajitbeliwoqld be vetoed j Xdollstodartbel best known ant and mostipliabJe remedy for all disorder pflMstamach such as dyspepsa heart barn sour stomach and belch jagpt fM Kodol captains the sate I juic 3 ound in a healthy stomach Kodol Is pleasant to take It ib eramteed to give relief and Is sold hwe by theRed Cross Drag Store coiHardetSChOO1h0USeof h l Mrs earkSmothers and lit tli aaughter Anna and Mrs f iSi Chesernd little child spentt Monday with Mrs Silas Cheat ham iI Miss Tavie Goodlett returnee Sutiday after a two weekk kjeMthlriendsanrt reatives hWil1iburg Mi sOllie Gray Is in Loch tr Yille this week selectng hi Itii I Sbirl ys parentsl at this place t BuDdy i 4Lr John Arnold and wife rMrWalterLewis and wife ffIMrs Mollie Williams md Mrs 1Ric1d Snider were in Spring last weekfield one day MrJH dray and daughter Miss Qllie were guests of Mr andM J T Sutherland off Willsburg Friday ONLooKER- i RaCSmCl 44asPreslcedfltmenace Roosevielt toiucr calls it ace is ain population that deaths among i lantsare And eight out of ten of k these deaths are directly or Indirect ly caused by bowel troubles MeQee Baby Elixir cures dlaxrh9 a dysen ttary sour stomach and all Infant ail ttments of this nature Just the thing ior jfeetBiuff babies Prices 26 ndSoc Sold bj tbe Red Oro b Drugstore Hiillboro i b 1 ing some very fine the farmers are all 1 itprepare for anoU er wHat kind it wjib l1t i di1trI tnj leadmi ed with it jet I Pfrfr SamUiie00ki and bri 4have gone to housekeeping over on Long Wok creek where lbT wilsptid this year MrOolernan Settles sold a hoTM 0 Walter qutsinger Kr Hfttjr Sims andVwife t tatthe home 9rItuther tvh1teSunday 1 r I MrCe dS lts was Y iciky Twdayon jnOU1t t r W Sttle spent idt with Jatton st Fetk YI MrtiSbeds andr Aflg and sigter =B3i eltlt 1soeb te1s Saaday RtuILsIa W sikI ir shoppthg dieth fer1Pytbbt1iL Settles is not improving fast T Wrlist with la grippe Mr Riybard Or4aiham was inr midsvSundar j ilrl meetiog at PJeasai tt Grove Sun Settles Co ate gong to a store in tl community Pspring RIAV Sutherlanl and wife atthe homo of Josh Jiband wife Sun lay Mr WiHMcIlvor t of Illinois Mr Davi Or wand wif d mother are ippndit g thiIi with Tjm Mcllvoy I Mr Odor Earn on and To ctflesaodcaught one fish three inch t l iL Mr Will FaraSrOiP Polir e Sthad 3rwith Mr Ever t Parisn and family t Mr T J Trent of Polin wa our vicinity Friday en busi1 VIOLET AsAdvertised pnrabased a bottle of Cbambe usColIc Oholara and DIarrhoe Remedy aid found iltobe all claim iortit in the advertisement ThreJ thellamiiy aaye used it with goo ults in snmmer complaints H I Howe publishers of the Press HigfU Wis Sold dy Ha ddn Rot son u MOORKS VILLE There was a large crowd ou Sunday at New Hope to hea Rev Benight preach j Miss Maggie Snlith aid Ton WaJare spending this wee withMr Edd Boblitt and faniil ardsto neMr Lewis JUull bought horsf orn Mr Will Thomas of near Bjoomfield for 125 Mrs Ella Pileand sons Jeff Johr j of Simms spent a few days last week with Mr jiff Smith and family eMiss Sadie dow of spent last week with her auti Mrs Will Cheatham Mr Sam Yocum visited hii usins the Misses Leathers Anderson county last week Mrs W S G jode and wife Mrs Geo ullican an4son of ta- String town visited Mr Mat ruax audfamily of l t daughter Little ednesday ofMr Margaret Aj langerousltitman who has been l is improving Mrs WillEddiemanand chil dren of Maple Hill andkMids Fairy Lyddate spent Sunday with their parenis Mrand Mrs A Lyddane Mr James Cull and wife visit ed their daughter Mrs Colum us Cheatlam of Bloomfield 1Mr1 Mr Geo Mullican and wife of St ingtown Mr Thomas Truax pf Spen er county and Mrs Mat Truax of Springfield weife 1n01 r midst last week Mrs Catherine Settles and son Harry visited Mrs Jue Gpatleyof Polin Wednesday Mr Dan Hardin ought a jforsefrom Red B ned crprIce unknown Mr James Tru x and wife were in Springfield Saturday on business Becarefulabout the little cough Get somethiaff right away some good relable remedy that will move he bowels Kennedy Laxative Couge Syrup acts gently yet jiromptd Jy en Ihe bowels and aUsYii Inflate matJonat tbej same time Iis pleasant to tails and it Is especlaljy reco mmended for hiidren as it tastes nearly as goodjasmapl c sugar Sold by the Red Gross Drug Store Mclntirfc Mrs Teresa r Willett is the pleasant gust of friends neai here this week Mr Richard Banford ofr Louisville visited his mother from Saturday until Wednesday Mrs Toyman Keene visitedI at the home oC her father lastI week Mr George1yIannjof Bards town and Miss Mary Lill Buck rman visited jhe latttrs sister tMr Parrot last Sunday 1iMessrs Richard and Albert Blandford called oil their Marion county girls last Sunday Mr Jeany Bill was the guest 44s ic44 TheLasfChancee lAT THE t Great Bargains 1 swWe will nriove into our new store on Tuesday next and until then wil1con- tinuetoofferour i Mens Suits Mens Pants iii Boys Suits Long and Short Pants 11 Corduroy Suits ladies and Misses Cloaks t Remember we will offer these low 4 prices only until Tuesday This sale is to be strictly cashIIfpI i GruriiJyYMcIntire 1 ic 4 + 4 Q4isWX0 off Mr and Mrs J A Fields one t1rWathen of Lebanon hs fiuel stallion Price paid 250 M ssMay Smih of Forest View visited her sIsiriv1ls J R Keene one day reeentlv J Little Miss LettieJKeene spent last week with her sister Mrs Colie EnsortMrR CUill of Louisville wis home one day hst week en business Mr JC Ensor alt tided cburcn at Springfield last Sun day Misses Cora and Leora Blan foid enteit lined their many friends Sunday afternoon Music being the chief feature of the evening CHAP DeWitts Little Early HiKers small ease surel tlelirer pills Sold b- tthe Red Ci o DrueStore Simplicity Above All The supreme excellence Is simpli city Longfellow IIOnly FourDays More Of EMS GREENES f Furniture Sale11Big THIS BIG SALE OF FURNITURE CARPETS ETQt RFGULAR FEAST FOR THE PUBLIC ct That the peop olcSou is ville Kentucky and vicinity have been taking advan tage of Jas reenes Manufacturers JOuile Sale has been manifest by the large crowds in attendance at this big Furniture sale sincr the opsning day Shipment upon shTpment of manufacturers surplus stock of furniture carpets rugs etc have been added to this great sale from day to day and this m st wonderful furniture sale has proven bnjJ of the greatst bargain feasts that the j people of Louisville and the entire State of Kniitncky have ever hretofore been abe to partcipate in and those who are attending the sale buy liberalljae well pleased with their purchases re ommendllig tbeiy friends to Jas Jreenes nBig Manufacturers Outlet Sale of Furnituro The good news has ben treadafar and wide of the uy bargains that Jas jjivouc la UIJCJIIIQ on j1 ui uiuui tr Carpets etc now selling at about onehalf their regular value Commercials circJes havfi been shaken from center circumference The sale is thu talk of the entire state The people uppreciate furniture carpets rugs the good quality kind at abargaih price and they are showing their appreciating Jaily b buying put Js Greenes Tg Manufacturers Pifrchnsts by the w Jon loads THE SALE ONLY LASTS FOUR DAYS MORE AND POSITIVELY ENDS ATTENDED youthat you are misst g a g eat opportunity to secure for yourself yourhoine needs and funisliings nit about onehalf their actual cost In jus ice to yoursef you cannot afT rd to stay away as this sale presents an opportunity to save many dollars ori furniturV carpets and household reeds Jas Greene would be iUJabl to make this great sacrifice on furniture carpetvs aid house furnishings wereit not frCm thq facfthat manufacturers wert forced to reaize cash on their surplus stocks with instcyjctions to sell them out at retail at f om ouoihird tpone hilf ther acua1 value Thir is a sale that comes abnut once iin a lirc tmenn you owe it tot yppr family and your pocketbook to make his great SHying when the oportuitpresents itself and tins is your opportunity during this sale tto save yourselves many dollars Remember thutr the sale positively closes Saturday nfehtj March 2lst so buy all you mav need lot thj next ten tYtars as such a sacrifice sale on furniture carpets etc will probably never occur again theAaleVEDaeAND THE LAST DAY SATURDAY MARCH TdE 2lstas we want every ybody to be waited upon properly The last for days inciuBing BIG SATLTR DAY MARCH 21st THE LAT DAY OP THIS BARGAIN FURNITURE FEAST will see the biggest crowds of pe pie at Jas Gr enes Manufacturers Outlet Sale of furniture that was ever seen at any sale in Louis iRe Kentucky befOre Make your arr iements to attend the sale before itfClosos and secure your share of the many furniture bargains being offered A word to the inte Ii gentskuutil be sufflceutasJTas Greenes big furniture sale presents an oppor tunitv to make yotar dillarslBo double duty Make no mist ke Be sure you fid JAS GREENES RIG HTORE Look forthu bg isrnT reidin las II Ll1istI MAROH 21sjj AT 1100 P M jiiiTraint Loads oJ4prnitur3 BargaiqSe1llng Riipidly LQukF Q Before Too late L f WHIisburgv Miss Margaret Trent isspend ing a few weeke with her parents here Mr WT Wels ahd wife at tended the funerall of their aunt Sarah Gillis at airview Monday Mrs Lizzie M Millin is now in Jndiaoa buying her millinery goods D iv Carrier solda nice bay torso to Mr JJ W SlutheflandI for 125 Mr John Colvin attended county coarb at Lawrenceburg Monday 11rE w Smith iis visiting friends herethis week MrGabe Clark is visiting hi 5 mother who is very sick with la grippe Miss Lizzie Shirley was in Springfield Monday Mr W T Wells and wife visited friends at Valley Hi I Sunday There will be preaching at tbi church herd every second and fourth Sunday after this month Mr Vill Shirley and wife spent Sunday with their lathe W SY Goodlet I Glad to report Mr Bee Poul ter much better after having a bad spell of pnevroonia hasgopeto11l Prof II A HOwell at Havana Cuba hCCOllhlllelltlS Gtffll1ins lL RCIDIJIly As lonJtj ago as I can remember my mother was a faithful user and friend of Chamberlains Cojffh Reme dy but never in my life have I realized Its true value until now writes Prof H A Howell of Howell American School Havana Cuba pn the night of February 3rd OUt baby was tacos sick with a yet y severe cold the next day was vori e and the following night his condition was eosperate He could not lie down and it was necessary to have him in the arms every moment Even theti his bieathihg was difficult I did not think ne would live until ofImYUlothefsCough Homed which we dave and itCcave prompt relief and now three days later he has full recovered Under tht circumstances I would n hesitate a moment in spying tha Chamberlains Cough Remedy and that only saved the life of our dear little boy Ffr sale byx Haydou Robertson 7Fair View Mr J E Stevenson ha birgbt a road from Mr Joe Bishop PriceSlOO youJ1townMrrJoe Bisbop and Mrs Richard Boblet was the guest of Mrs JohnSt vanson Wedn sday Mrs Sap Scott anti children visited Mrs Herbri Edo lewa a Saturday t Mrs ohn Stevenun fond Gocrge Moul spent Jast SattJr day night and Sunday with Mrs Lizzie Beam and SOP of Valle IIaiJJ Vi r Jiis Truratler an Lumber spent T Studay and Sunday withHer Lie Carneyand family Brufler Carney and amlyJas Hardesty and wife andJimmie Chesser visit d at the home F M Carney Sunday totli j Sweeney Sunday aJ ss i 8jrjr IUtreet Warebquse CoJ 1 I I ITII I INDEPENDEET r IQUISENBRRY CQr Managers IIOWEN 9th and 10th V LOUISVILLEK- Y51ORAGEI S FOUR MONTHS FREE OF CflAR6 f1 LI S i IBest Light in City Auction Sales Daily Best IInspection Returns Promptly Mad IMrk Your Hogsheads uMilN STREET HOUSE I1i 1 r bong Run i News is very scarce this week but twill jot a few items of Long Run Farmers are having good luck with their lambs this season Mr T M COylehad 61 arid has 60 living It tubs Who canbeat that Mr Will Kimberlin and wIfe visited Mrs Leslie Ooyle Sunday Aunt j3ttio Elliott vho has been lo for some time is no batter at this writing Mjss Grade C cauough r and aaogHter Katie visited her brother Mr EdCo anou her Tnursday and Friday near Spi ingfield Mrs Gole K y and Jaml1y visj 1 ted her parents Mr andMrb tsi Lawrence a tied y nigh 1lr Will Uauuii who fell audj broke two of his ribs is rsomj better at this writing What has become of our Praters Creek correspohdeni t We wou d like tQ hear f omfjuir again as we have not heard from him forsome time Lame Sholder Weether resulting from a sprain or from rheumatic pains there is nth ing so good for a lame shoulder as Chamberlains Palo Balm Apply it treely and rpb the parts vicor6csy at each application and a quick cur is certain Sold by Haydon RoLert son 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 muff Is the accompaniment of the frock coat of the period These muffs were generally of Slberianwo1I Hardlns jliapel 0 I As news is scarce Ivlll jiry and drop a few items for the dearold NesLea erIMiss ETattie Lfg don has re turned home after a pleasant visit to her cousin Miss Bessie Sweeney near la kvmeIMrs G W Fenwick and daughters Nina andNorniwere guests of Mrs Robart Milton Wednesday Miss May Logsdonspent Fri day ith her cousin Miss Hattie IMIonMisses Adray Canary Maggie Hiatt and Hattie Logsdon wee the guests of Mrs Robert Miton JtMiss Naomi Fenwick is suff r iing from a severe d tack of ap pen icitis Messrs WjlfVhd Walter Logs don scent Sunday with thejri cousin Mr JEdgir Anderson of Uenwcki sMr and MS Robert Milton were iin Perry ville Saturday and SimUy Lis May Lo sdpn Mh tesuo ii i tier cc uaiu M 5iM y Latham this week JrsBettteCanay is visiting her sister Miss Mat ie Hiatt of M acky Hie this week THE ROSS I PAINIn the head pain anywhere has Its tense ViPaIn congestion painj is blood pressnrornothma At least so says Dr Blimp and to It he has created a little PItik tablet That tabietcnUed Dr ShoopS Headache Tabtot coaxes blood pressure away frompata centers Its ctrectls harmlnlr pleasingl dellghUuL Gcnt1- 7thouah safelT it zureiyequalizea the blood QItion If you have a headache its blood pressure If Its painful periods with women same muse U yousts sleepless restless nrvrt2S Wa blood coxigesUonbtoocl pressure That surely fJ a cortalntr for Dr mioops Meadacha Tablets stOt t lt in Zlinlnutes and the tablets sImPlT dlsthbuta the unnatural blood pressure j 4Jfswell and pain you copi festlon blood pressure Youll find itwhere JeJa 6 always Its simply Common Sense aell at cents led CIieerIUII7 reco4 f Dr Shoops Headache 2 ttJtjdifjw liliujOi JIli iwIc WWiliW CHESTNUT DARJlt==CHESTNUT DARE iif a llarge handsome saddlldniliariiessl horse with sizejjstyle bone substance finish and conformatioa He combines the great Chester Dare and the re- nownedChief 100iofhee iiGhester Dare 10 andiis dam by ftiRed Chief he by f the sire of Harrison Chief the fgrand sire of the great Montgomery Chief and Bourbon King A r test of the breeding qual ties of a horse iis the sate and showx1 As to the salrtl ring he sired the highest priced lot of colts everE soM in Washington county As to the show ring not one of his fcots ot four seasons have ever beeu defeated by thecdlts of any fchorse owned or farmed in countv They won every tie blue and 53red eight In aU given by the Washingtoa County Fair AEso laftt tiin at our last fairhis yearlings won six f the eight ribbons 1tied in full rings He sired the winning two ear old antI the second premium 3year01d harness mares in rings of seven entries 1while be wa shown only tWice insaddle and harness Jingsof eight entries and won easily Mr Allen who was selected by tb Fair Company and considered a fair and impartial judge said his colts of 18 entries had more style and finish than any lot ofcolts he ever 5sawin oriering A cQmpariscai of histing of coltso thoSe df a other horses at our own fair and other county and state fairs I aslcfIthe breeders to please notice and consider before breeding where He not only produced sellers at weanlings but sellers and IK to show horses as they adv nce in age I again solicit the patronage 1of all owners of good mares in this and adjoining counties Jk 1J This horse will make the season at my place nearSpringfieldat i20 To Ins ura a LiiugOoit 5 3 I will aso stand mv saddle stallion tiexnKlpn Pruce vj 9atsame priceandtwo No 1 Jacks at l6 isrj mar lbaule fand 8 for horse mules a B B Leachman 1 vf fRRD3 t 7Sprinfi1d f It tj11 m +tt f 44tt Jewelry L J 7 c ttWatches l i t Diamondsr7 Silverware Cut GIaCftcii ft J + J Ibaveaco lleteJewelryStore v No line ofgOqdsmore reliableMs earned by jewtkrt anywiereL v J buy from the worldsCbest maijufacturers awl on small pOffFs jt1M 1MWhatever 1 her T IjI Z are my pecta1ty and i au ifUsupplyanytling youwint 9 y 7 ixt t iJ i i Jas Ji1 Graves B t 444i44 44 1Wwill propagate 800 The jemale ba- SIns to breed when tree months old Each litter numbers ten to fourteen breedincIcked for three years each Utter averaging ten there would be represented ten generations number 20 155392 The eleventh1 generation at the beginning of the fourth year would number more thaa a hundred millions NoUc to Our Gastoiiio er Wear yleased io announce that Folcys Honey and Tar for coughs olds and long troubles Is not affe2f ed by the NationilJPure Food au Drug llaw as itcout ins no opiae9 or ier liarrnf dl drugs and we recom IWehit a ale rc nc lVfor children an1 ad nh oJYlC Red jCrOs Store JIntelligence of Floweri Maurlce Maet riInck has discoursed at length VtfUie intollfKcncQ tjf flowers and argues for but one nieI mindpervading one intelligence reservoir of consciousness In nature whereunto the Individual plant and man have access according to his paclty caII Splendors of the Past Where is tho real magnificent lux nry of the past Where are the gardens of SemIramis or tile banquet tit LuRullus Tea parties have replaced the splendldlfeasts motor cars the costly coaqhes cottages the palaces and tailormade gowns the costumed tit i brocade and gold Nothing today re callsl The alaIniiicencO1 of the Italian renaissance drof France under tine three Louis gone Frame af Whit The bbn frame 4of the aver fjwhlle weighs about 45 tons UMtKINQSNfW DI cothWIN Swy ti Tkt Csi Rats Multiply Rapidly vP S IWithin 12 months OM pk e1Ma- wlU propagate 800 TJw ia1o i gins to breed when treecMItu S44eEach litter numbers tet to lomriiiia From ja stogIe nalr 0f rate brWMc c s unchecked for three rs Meh lMtec averaging ten there woEMW n M seated ten gentraftojw uber if l 155392 The el ivemtk McrwtfeM at the b glnnlmg be the fwtk fmr i would number mort puut a 1iv rfll i millions Steeping B titw ln To protect babies frow tfctr iiglii of winter nights a Ilt ptoi Mct t the market It IIadepr rt Jj Ilk s those In use by the raaciMM Wvb rweSt except that It is otsaj softest eiderdown flan 0T ne il lefttthUiwhich the coverlid fcafiubt W t iijMJi aside by the restlelhaeM ot tlM H R ptcupanLS trIIITatt A LonapmitfSttooer ays ttat drif ons and Serpents are MW jwpaiir jpfraagMttaskswasto tattoo a wIll oa ackIt wowwii was a copy tl a tIIte aa ssit drawn uJJn the ust ws s a eiM janalthe sIgnatures wrns Cream nni i tIE iNIS WOlimm I j wi fiI rcWeiIm aeus v tBdItdSo UaIs Nsor GUIIi RED CROSS DRUG STOtf Tinr rw T DRj 11 IUD tF t yI1uuSIrgtNOo- sbours8tO9am 1toS2 pm OUBooa orer Haydon Drugsto JLLInIptOnMD MHCC m Wtft KMIS Iiv t OWcPIe N V R Mcncc Ha 3 JWFGRIGSBY r fVTTOHNEY AT LAW nKhopM u IIPRINGJlIKLD KY j y OrrMW HYATT i 7 DrI M SPAULDIH6- Oftci eIRoo Cross Drug J Store Once hourst Hyatt1O80 mv t 12 m4 to5 pm f SpoWiif 2H4 pm and all nsM ia- t NY ptsuiK- ETORFUlliit t iAH LICENSED EMBALMER TELEPHONE oJ IAYJfgINlaHT 74 t f Jt2 1I JIiRLBiI I 1 r K Irod ScheduleI PoflcwirIg iai the tinltj schedule bj BOW IB effect on the Bar stowD J And Spingte1d branch railroad f foe41LMYfS Louisville at OOp m Bardatown Junction 622 pm j Bardstown 606 pm- t rriTM Jit Springfield 705 pm c Not 42Iaeave Springfield at r jI20 a m j Bardgtpwn 607 am ini tBsrdown Janction 650 am ii irrlys Louisville 740 am If uMp 48 Leaves Louisville at J S 1f 2aeJll4 Bardstowp Junction at r 11 10amiBardlto Wn 1100 am i J 1iyes st8pdnge1d 1280 pu- j3 LNo44L yes Springfield a r 100 pm fiardstovn 220 pm 4Bardstown Jnnotion 485 pm arrive at Lojjisville 645 pm f Ho 90 SunaymlLeavea p t lj 8ptifle1d at 715 sm Bards Itl fcowi ftJim Bardstown Junction 8i5 am t arrive at Louisville t t 5LmgirIl1 0 No 91 Smndays only Leaves Ldvuivilki at 6jpin Bardstown JlICtJJj5pim Bardetown I 730 ILK arrive at Springfield SMFT ctcj JKLLfirtitaid Oriiichtal r r1 prI f StrawberryElJfjt1 tbQ Writ for free catalogues 4 We hive ao agents t HFHnLENMEYER SON h Lexington K t tfrft j E Shelby r f T rediofS rti Kuroc Jersey logs E 11of Iaoa bookingordrs now fcr Spring pigs I JH- riii RFD J t Springfield ICy Mr Jokm Riha ofVining1 la says vI y bee 1lje1Ung DaWitts KicU j eya d Bladder Pills for abotLja x year ad they give better tiSbcCw tion than afty pill I ever sold There iar a dozen peopl bere who have wd thein and they giye perfbct saUsfaction in every case I haver awed tbe IJI myself with fine results t fiigSThe IthIesming to lallt iis BMW its ItUf hiMtrt exclaimed the JetMr ft waddles den like J doesntlUxJii j S ef r Cruthlnt Tin Ores v t f 1 C llexperieBceshwsth weyeiwiracr s hi tlle stamps Iwhkk crIb tin ores are better than SLSi JS MUKlMi piateegk t TweTyjtM efWemen StIi There are iwefklightfur classes of i jlrl to py jway of thinkingthe ASIiC inking girl ble s her andd the arerlie Englirt girl Odd love fcerl Jtofcert Barr la Detroit Free 4beio0tr 111tdlP Ve itidfeil 11k11 Ita1tSlIaltse1ep is pasty faced has riKg HH4 ris9 eyeS always seems youillWJiitfji Creim Vermifuge is ah abso I SS1wi e cure fei worms Is its own pu v fkti e SW by the Red Cross Drug IItfiKCj rII Lt rilnf hy ImlUtlon KffTff iMlUtfoB far more than tjy i M4Mift tfcat 5we leara everything itpjriMA we IMnitiiMf we acquire giiiyiiT mor efeetaally but more t MpMtty Tl JoniM our annew r tisr11vBirke j iq t rsuead tU tv4Ir ttkliri WbOgaR stwssMotctbekItchen In M7 tM iiii1nkai AgeHer- e wo M W a W oItot more hi tkte worM Thiak it Mir How JyoU like l v four jtHnnav cooked by the fr Wtit ebonw lIin e 1L iOWNLpcal 7Happenings of == tlFreshest and Latestii I AllAboutYourseir Frl n- dlandI Acquaintances r iI I have some mules 1 will I butpr sell John loanII Tin ware prices cut iin this week at CawpbellsI J WANTED To buy somtteers weigtingfom 100 t0 2 J1 J jjjwrqdSli Cut prices on all kinds furniture this week air C pbells f Get the latest popular music foryour phonograph at E MtBusseirs Some boys and mens suits and A few pair of ladies shoes extra cheap at Campbells New phonograph records Edison and Columbia at EMl Russells Duroe Jersey hogs and Cor DIsh Indian game chickens for sale P NTh4vardc IFOR SALEGoO milk bow and calf also good butchers jsiuff CASEB1ADYgt Special prices this weekon a few cook stO7es and 090 nice 35 range at Campbells th gFORoer tire runabout rlW fryon The latest selections injrecbrds both Edison and Columbia E M Russell b Goirg business Stock cost come io and seed T I McEthoy IFThe little daughter of Mr and Mrs twW Peiiwick of the Fen wick neighborhood diedof apg ciendicitisWANTEDTO sell an 85 Bald win credit coupon on new piano L ood until April 5th Cheap tt Make offer Address XXX Springfield Ky be thJudgerank W Simms a yearling le mare mule for 150 Itjs sired w y Bill Goebel LrDr Bakers ne Jack ed WANTED To buy Oak anJ Beech Lumber will pay highest rices fin va for sale Oak and esch Flooring Write to Ken Hardwood Flooring Cot Beech Sor Woodland Ayet 4usvilleKytStomachdosing can not reach catarrh germs ip the nose h Breathe Hyomei and you bit heg igI e spot Complete outfit marcey back if not satisfactory old by the Red Croas Dlugn fltrl Oliver Yankey of the county toiedt Asylum on Saturday and his remains were brought here He = was sent to the asylum from here about 6 years ago and went j at first to Lexington about aII year ab he was transfered to Hopkinsyilte He was 86 years old and leaves a wife and three assignedtiS Mr b S TJhompsoq has ob aired possessiohbf the Spring eld Hotel and will be ready for uestsi in a few daj s The house C undergoing thorough cleaning and repairing at present and everything will be made new C and clean Mr and Mrs Q Thompson are favorites in hotel 0 management with the travelling Ipublic and SurinsjfieldL will be Q lad to welcome them again C Miss Jennie Penick sister of Mrs W F fekirk died TuesCt night at 12 oclock of gen eral debility She had been ill lyasbort time though intdelicate health at all times and hsr death was a surprise to her relatives MiaaPenjctr had made her home with her sister Mrs Neikirk for many eursC U Toe funeral will be held this morning Thursday ndlhee remains takeuHo Marion count here the interment will be at Bethel Union C CTbehandsome tJlngerebyMrof Grnndy Mclntire is com pl ted and the fiun will mov in it 6n next Tl1 sdayThiswill be neof the handsomest and most modern business houses i this part of the state and is nl credit to Springfield The old house vacated by Gruny Mc latire will be occupied on April 1 by Ifeachman Campbell the furniture ilealersI TOPICS Ii tt- q IMQrtiageFied nCouDty To Company and o County Board fof OontroJ filled a mortgage covering their1906 crop of wbi e claimsIagaim op1es Deposit Springfield Ky m the County Clerks office tn is af ernoon The two banks loaned the par ties of the first part 95705 85 on their crop of pooled lob cco It ws shipped to the Louisville Tobacc Warehouse and disposed of for 80000 the mortgage filed to day covering the differ ence due the banks Times t BOWLING NEWS ThejSpriDgfield bowing team compojsed of Will Waters Joe Smith Jim Shultz Leon Allen and Clifford Roberts defeated the Danville team three straight ames on the jibpai alleys last Saturday night The visitors were not much ofa match fore home boys as they lost every ame by over 100 pins The Dinvilleplayers l were Adams t Logan lauder Johnson ard Hess and Weber as substitute Lat evening the Bardstow bowlers played the home boys here but the result could note obtained at the hour of going 1 inII The Glen Lily team willI leave riday fr Danville where thev il1 play best three out of five- arnes with tthe team of that ty The Dan lIe boys 1theyhome alleys but when the Glen pinsheyMr Will E j Green who has o none of the star rollers of e Glen Liljy team and also captain of thefiWhite Rose team Lagrangehere hqiue He will be greatly miss among the bowlers of all J the tams Horses to Break Parties havitg colts or horses obreak will do well to cal on the undersigned and get terms Am well equipped to handle t orses and will guarantee to ive satisfaction It L D BAKER Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup is aw remedy an improvement on aI doesJdotpleaeagtto byhef Death of Dr Burton Dr John M Burton for the past tAerUynve years a prac ticingdentst anda valuedi citizau of this place died attLe sanitarium at Baitje Creek Mich on last Thursday morning Dr Burton had been in failing health for nearly a year and for several weeks before his death had declined rapidly His all ment seemed to be stomach nnd liver trouble complicated with heart disease He had consult ed several prominent physicians who failed to giv e him anjr re lief and as a last resort he went to Battle Creek to undergo iptariumbenefit however and died after being there less than a week His remains week shipped ditt rect to his old home at Kirks yule in Garrard count where the funenft was preached in the Ilittle church of his boyhood days The body wss laid to rest in the family lot in the cemetery at Lancaster The Lancaster lodge of Masons took charge of the burial while the funeral set b mon was preached by the regu I tar pator of the church SELL ikJLADB MAN j Dr Burton was Essentially a self madejnan Early in life he was thrown on his own resources and as a resultof his own efforts t and indomitable will hal made J for himself ju enviable position J both in his profession and in the business world Just twenty five vears ago Dr Burton cameo Springfield arid began the practice of dentistry For altime he had to struggle hards against adverse circumstances Jut with that pluck and energyL which have life he soon made his way and bad accumulated considerable property at the time orhis death He vvasa nan of a warm yheartantt no one in need ever appealed to himJn vain for hAlp Besides his parents Mr andt Mrs G W Burton of Kirksville Dr Burton is survjce d by Dr George and Dr Arthur both w d1Burtond1d1s Danville Ky liHIGHLAND NOBLES J C Janes State Superinten dent for the Highland Ncbles an Insurance Order of Waterloo Iowa has been here a weeka arranging to organize here He has succeeded in sr curing Miss Ella Shauuty as their represen c tative iq Washington county which assures success for it Anyone wishing to buy first t class Insurance at reasonable rates will do well to see her at onceas the CQst of joining will be about oQeth rd the regular price until the carter iis closed Get DeWitts CarbpHzed W itc Sal sootbiugJand cooling It is good for pilds Sold at Red Cro s E rug Store T RED BAND BRAND CANDY iOc PER LB EASY MONEY MONEY SAVED JS MONEY MADE so it is EASY MONEY you make by taking advantage of our Special Cash Bargains Which we are offering from week to week Look over this weeks list come to see us Saturday and make some of the EASY MONEY i Saturdays Cash Specials 3 lbs Arbuckles Coffee for 50 3 lbs goodCoireereguar 18c value for eo 50 3 lbs Crescent C ffee regular 20c value for 55 18 lbs GranulatedSugar for 100 8ii lbs jranulatfd Sugar for iUv so 19 Ibs Brown Sugar forr v i f 100 9 lbs Brown Sugar for 50 B boxes Jello regular lOc value for Hp4 25 15c cin of peas fi 18 IOc can ot peas vj 09 25ccan I C Baking Powder vrt 20 6 bars B D or It W Soap 25 7 bars Leiox Soap 25 1 dozen Lemons reg 20c value tor 15 1 doznOrnges reg 30c value fur 20 SEED POTATOES Now is the time to plant your Potatoes We have BUlbankfEarlyprice WhiteSetsOnion II Yours Truly MCELROY SHADES j U New Line Of- Millinery 0Iwillreturninafkets with a full line of stylish millinery the latter part of this week Come ii arid inspect my stock Miss Knott FERSONALi Misses Maymie Knott and NelIie i Green have gone to Nazareth Jjaclemy to make retreat ft Mr and Mrs Henry Wells have takyi rooms in ihft Searcy fiat and Mr Wells will workat the bathers trade with Mr T A Hardesty Misses Luia and Myrtle Camp bellreturned from Indianapolis IndjTue day Mr and Mrsj Jbe S- Dlayj rook have mvect nto Mrs Kate Williams cottage by the Christian church Mrs WilliamsJ has moved into her flat above her newstore The following Springfield I friends of the deceased attended the funeral of iblateDijJ M Burton at Lancaster qn Monday Messrs J A Boulware W F Grigsby JF Pettus W H Wharton and Leo Havdon and Mrs Kate Williams Mr M L Sear y returned ast Friday from a visit to his on John atNaraVisa N M Mrs E L Davison was in ouivilie last week Will Greene left se ster day for j Lagrang4 toaccept a poSitiont Mr George Hurst of Louis ule whp has been visiting Vela fives herr hits returned home Mrs LiD Baker visited rela tires at Bloomfield this week- Miss JMjnnie McClellan re turned fpom Louisville Saturday theretudvin styles and getting up tock fir Mrs Kate Williams nvlltnery business Miss Me tlell n iwill hav charge of the trimming department which posititn she har very satisfat torily held several years MrJ W S Clements of Louisville visited his mother nd brothers here over Sunday Fire Marshal W Fi Neikirk a 3anSunday at home Mr J S Claybrook returned rom Chicago Saturday after a week spent in buying goods for the firm of Robertson Clayc brooke Co fiMissesRoxie Wakefield of Maud spent IThurs1ayMrJW K Robertson and Mrs obertson arelin Cincin nati ibis week purchasing goods Mrs 1 C Craycroft and little son o Ycungstown Ohio were guests of relatives here this week b Misses Etta and Myrtle Jj Croak of Croaks spent Mon day aa 1 Tuesday with Mr and Hr3 Ifyron Croake Miss Margaret Spalding hasF return d home from a yisitto Bards own 1frsF M Martin and Miss Franc s spent Tuesd y with Mr and Mrs John Brownat L ba non Mis Jennie Kedding spent Satur ay and Sunday at Lebanon Mrs Kate Martin returned to as Louis ille yesterday after sperm llag se eral weeks with her sona Mr Sherman Martin whose It bealtl is much Impro edaMr Walter E Leachman came in fro ni Louisville last week acd is pre aring to open up a stock of fur liture in the store room to be va ated by Grund Mclu tire Mrs Leuchman will come- Tthe list of the week and they will to in the 0Inew 1I ouse ufMs W T McEL roy o Main StreetlMr WC McChord is visiting friemf s in DanvillesMiss Willie Knotb is inLouis pyulebuyr j her spring stock of mjllt nery Miss Bessie Boblett andtt Miss fay Curry will assist Miss Knot this season Mis s Lizzie Leachmin is with Mess s Grundy Mclniirefon the b sy season Mr H M Grundy and Miss Marv Lee Simms are inCincint nati this wtek selecting new good for thlr spring tradeSs Mr C R Mclntire and chit rnI I dren are visiting her parents in Meade county MaJ J L W artoaMaat home this week on account of sickness Mr T P OBrvan has rented thehouse known as the Mans field house of Mr William Gpode and vrill keep boarders tlMiss Totlie Shader is visitilg per aunt Mrs Batney Goiritk 1at Bardstown I Miss Margaret Mattiligly has returned to her home in Louis rule after a pea55Hnt visit with Miss NellieSirams MrsJ hn Offutt of Btooiri field is visitirg her rarents Mr and Mrs J R C brooke County Clerk W F Bookar after seyeral days at borne jfs able to be at hisi office again Resolutions of Respect Sprinafield Lodge No50i A MSpnhgfield Ky Whereas It bath pellse4th Grand Master of the Universe to remove from oui midst ourl beloved brother J M B who departed this life March 514th 1908 Therefora be it resolved T atJ as Masons we should be willing to submit to the will of lour Grand Master Yet we realize that there has been taken from us one who in his intercourse with his fellow men was a living exponent of true Masonic princi pies and teaching often putting into practice the reall tenentsiof the order 1thebrother our heartfelt sympathy anJ prayerfully commend them toGcd in wKom he trusted and from whom alone can be loiind an eyer present help in time of trouble Resolved That the lodge is in mourning and members werr the badge of mourning 30 days That a copvof these resolutions ba spread upon mr minutes and sent to the family of ourde eased brother and published in theSpringtield Sun and News Leader W A WATERS WM H WlLLrAMS W HMbELRpY Committee For Sale One good secondhand buggy one new nand made buggy Pientv of buggy trimmings ofI ll kings on hand t W H BOND Horsemen Attention Parties hiving mares to be bred this season will do well to all on me and bo k them arid secure a place as my book is lling up rapidly Four fine stallions and a jack to select rom L lD BAKER Notice i I will be in Springfield on Monday March 23d practice dentistry I will occupy the offices formerly used by m- roherthe late Dr J M Burton DR GEORGE Tl BURTON For Sale White Plymouth Rock Eggs ischel strain the best in the WOfldMdle birds scored by Judge Lane from 921 to OSf 00 per setting of 15 eggs A C KIMBALL Umeqaaled as Y Curefor Croup Besides being an excellent remedy for colds and throat troubles Chamberlains Cong Remedy is uncqualed aigare for croupI says Harry Wil son of Waynctowu Ind When gIver- s soon astfae croupy cough appear thio aemedy wil prevent the attack is used auccessfuliy in many thous nds of homes For sale by Haydovn Robertson Why Some Plants Moved To dihui Jug brought Has to Mtf otI tlii viiupper brought the cus tor beau Jaiwuuse clover butted In and alfalfll titnii nwu mutter of study his Is the coucjusfon which George ii Ellis secretary of the state board ot gricul tu says tradition justlflcn When tly chinch bug played havoc In the wheat of MlBsojjrl tin farmer looked about for some crop which would resist the Incursions of thIs pestilent Insect They found that fjI ome reason the chinch bug did not I would not live upon hex hence they lanted flax und for a time southwest lujd ninny flfclds of flax The cstorbel1U wiiH round by the farmer tobe the only ireen thing which the grasshopper did uoteatj hence field upon OeM of castor beana were plant ed and to this flay may bb seen in this seqtjon of Missouri more than any Tvhero else in the state fluids of this product Japanese clover cmu from the soimtliwurd aui year byenr1t t pushing its way farther up Ihe Uzirka and down their northern slope it grows with little or BO cafe Alfalfa he most proQtable hay ropJsto bq found In nearly every section of Mis ourl wheie ten years ngoltllo or none was known tolumbia Dvraid U We are sho ving tJewSpringt Styles in- Ladies press Skirts Come in and make I your selection early so if we should beJ out ofyour sizeH couldordersame for I readyfor Le us tilce your orr der Mises for a Ladies cr 11Spring Suit We can show sou- maei1iLnd the I guarantee t satisfacMon styles and Favor us with acall and 15I oblige t i 9 A fresh We bake every pies cakes ir 1S V vV 4 and rates HER The Source of Life ItL paleozoic times It was the eartk Itself not the suu to which plant and animal primarily stood beholden to existence This ghes us a most In structive glimpse into one planetologlc process To the planets own Internal heat Is due the chief fostering of the beginnings of life upon Its surface Thus a planet is cnpnbl of at teas beginning to organisms with t put more than a modicum of help from thQ central sun We tnlk of the asthe sourci of life and so It Is In the sense of Mas Its stistainer the real sourcv vjs the earth which also niificd Jt tUrcftigh its hoqd Professor ltW Hvolul lion of Life In Ancient It is probably the general impression i that posters and handbills are modern Inventions but It has been discovered that the ancient Romans practiced thilZ method of In digging at there sas brought toI light a fplllar eoverefl with bills ope on1t top ttt dn9tber The paste ued torstlck bills when separated and examined wore found to be programmes and an nbuucements of public anti even election proclamations Hopelessly So Mel r has gone to smash I hear Yes fcnUbe bOlt been a glrAffe one could have said with truth that he was up to Is ears v dorfer Bfattor a Hvery great crisis deyelopssome mastermind aswell as a multitude Ofrit eurprlses T111Si heeteI you liae a cohth cold just rcm i oney and not risk by Uklngx any but the genuie Is in a yeJioX pAcU age SpW py the Ued Ctos JruftQrc X JrtIt I School fr the Skeptic If a man would learn hln go to seaSrenph Prov cj8 t THE CU11I EN LA waiip lIP j It J Newest Cuts 4L t in Ladies I t jMisses Jul55 I SprIng Ji1Hll J Jackets I rc r JJ f tt- Just received ft tile 1 We show ther T3n Sz4 j il and Plaids i iFr i iJIform fitting and i i- tILcks I V Pricess are R lulail1s a I J ForsuchHigh CIM Goods rY 1 j 2u ISj I F ww scIce Cieam 0rI IIFriday ndSatn day Ir tockof Confections Fruits CakesSic day wad Freshsalted roasted peanuts FRESH OYSTERS AJ FiSI 1ISAll Huring Lent t served reasonable IIMeals ssKATIE fLEiN MSrO I develop sunJ 1I9tC Postersi advertising Ucrculaneum sthemuieeliugSj Insolvent ttUebtMeggen 1OFliC1itlllCFlllLe mbertfial Fpleyl TarJYJlcnreJvourhealth toprnrJtt KENNEDYS LZrLITS COUGH and rnanufactursr Blacks Took Kindly ta th Wake S1jrThey tell thid story of the eipdes 9of two Maine boys la tryiag to ea iit trrThey had tried qa1te a m mb r ittimes to capture the antotl tat s successfully At last they d cMM s drown him outso proe riNfvf ir pails each took two and they eMrtii water for two solid hours aai pserM it into the hole in th grclmd Ia wMck the said chuck had takes wp 1aa1MHh AtterJnbont I 4 oJmuch the disgust of the twb Mexican aptdTrat The queerest mo eotJrafti 1 MW- In all Mexico was that sde pt 4bj a Woman who was on ker wiy bijith doctor seated complacently iaplaMifir borne on the back qt a IO4Xexican women are afraid si i Wrtbi mule cars while they IeeE ttf rapidly spinning trolley wWifigeJi trembling of kijpes they aH8t be prLSudedto put f 3t upoa itU rtbtpay coach hire they eraplKiy ti t Wium fGdaTrnvelMngnzlne tslf f UIChMjeI1 iI met Dunkey iodijrjjfjr tbs estl i ilmein years H ha Mtt f iniachn jr v ofdoesntHow doyou easT Oh hes forever talkhi alwwtwta f fool he used totJhJiII iii4 j Press i 4is naicspsssss LJffiAccording to a Jtilltt It1 tdOwn by Ward s terf1t UbUIf Sknkspeai4s Isat Jttess Wtriiar ser 1i UKht by PI11hm aiie MSMa A a tiiorlty 1IlI titnit great p t Of t = by the filth aM bed New PlacoLfka si itsalSQ Sabovt 54pike sre q1p t ofin gIiaratec el eaI4aWer1IionhfvoseSfl7 ucroggLIIs tAt thWISheitwa7s z 7J1raloo lIiats nil ita qed tot WJiafa nUt Its good toir To blow liboutVCJtvefatHl Pish- thuter yr i w w kr I 1 ir j HlXEDOFTEM IH II i7 IffI t A ck 1 tI 1Wiif H I 4J 1 t I l rw rtW orarebs 1faM booi townIKotlg 1li jpiHwiirjr pfcpie toaaingio of ihiilp lqnj made mixtuje- MiVtf 1thkL4AiMM nod Kidney titpjjbliir Bwre is the recipe and WfiUrim ifc tking Mix by a4isg wsttl iin boUte one Ob Y11iN1 EXt1Ct Dii deg I tOIICound KrIi ptiicea Compound wr ipIi It spooqful frmeals Is at it1ebaNea1 be made in yoir regular diet but drink pktrty of ifuod water Th a2ELtr writes one futbc 4mi a Mia Philadelphia p iJ pti U peciliar tonic 1M upon the kidneys cleans ifiUfce clogged iip pores of theh liifYi tMtie the kidneys l Ib jiftauc1 stain from the IboodiM1IrJcaCld arid ether h jtowoBOtt w ate matfcer Jpver a cxI g JRheHMatisBa Bidder a d tTrrr trouble in a short l Wai JKNewYork druggist who has Ju taanied ofeaikf for these frgr dieat siice the first an iMMwoeioeat in the newspapers t iitOctober stated that the pot plcjwbo oooetry it swear by t l Lit especially iboee who have tJrisary nod Kidney trouble andl 7 Wfferwtth Rheumatism TbaarUCthlthilneigbbo liood say they cato supply thej i die1twbOire easily Mixed at ii6iisaid 1eansingeavet or sjnjjBBpe known Si oerzinIyore hILrmtl l 3I tHNorlmp1ekf use Th An tMi Water Pipes Watte pipe of terra cotta wer MM4 M Crete 40 centuries ago Thosi flyiaK drinking water consisted o anriM of subconical tubes sncketei fetoMMk otfcec with collara and stoj rMfft if MMitru ted liJto give the water a ihooiiac notIon thus prevent Ip tac aeewaalatiom xrf sediment j v Lmrsz f of fed Jrtalth skouM p vM ck i fM i t ail of letting themselves getslckadtbea try to curtitSpi 7 IoIsfaayo4Ikeeyowt liver bovvels- I aMatac im a he lthy and attive 4eoadItia jo wont get sick Bal lards Herbuae fjslieves constipation iMictlye liver aud all Btomach ano eftlkottWsSold by Red Cross DnS oecJL j j 1nttllltene of Flowers vJMaeterlinck has dlscoursec at toflctk oa the intelllrence of iL iewfs Mi trguej for but one all II41atiad 018 lat llIenco and MMrYoiritf consciousness jn nacure irlMfMiato Uw Individual plant and MAMT CC5I according to lila ca pielty A o1iJw f pretty rvleasant Whether its cattted by neuragiaf toothache or MCMiefttf Ballard Snow Liniment willfredace the swelling awl relieve the pain The jreat and sure cure I or rfoiMatfJM cuts burns bruiser scalaayad all aches and pains Sold by thf Reid Oro DaujrStcre t WIsAdvIce r Pep D6 good by stealth and a 1a Ae41tf I ifyou are worrying over a- retk stomach tseMiona ami seebow soon you will h well Tbe Red Orbs Drug Stoie kjaar I tntM to refund the the money if i Mi ona fails to cure 0s Difty ThHtht I MM iit ia Ue neadow path 1 say it I a the MKMwtaimgtaTrgi the best tMRgi asy jBortal hath are those f which every jiwrtal shares Lucy Lar y y Mfc lin KMhc- yTwiWiliti ImrSlsect it 1 V PMWil W tKMxey I ls a Most peopl dp not realite the alarm- S g WriaM aiud remarkable nrevalencv i of kid disease VhitekMneydiV orders the most common that pre vail they are alraott the lastl recogiired by phyticiDlwko tent tlemtelveg fllitJlftr1t tAl N4 While OriI tjwi JtaNru dcrmraes the system t YTo De THere iiI cofnfoct in the knowledge sa often exjarefiedf that Dr Kilmers j gwmmpRoot the great liidncy remedy fulfill every wish id curing rheumatism r i the lck kidne sdte1 p1addei i s7 Tage itr ate1 J f4 r Safl t iq wine o ttd ov rcnnes thit 11Jtant net r txShyof beiiigcuiupetld tQ e oftev am the dsy and to get upnian lime tUrin night Ihe nild an- theeztsordiuaryeffet thwspRe- ti lOoa r liad n stand te kigifes f for itaJJcJrfa1ear eltlteJaotttdiS t treig cairns u yc need edjci fe ysa1d hse the best Soki bydrii pIa ftyeent D4OIiedol sizes i Hun mmput boitle and a b that tells an i entfrce 1 t IIMIiL AdtDr J XImei Co ing hamtOIlN Y When are diseatec the the TosiMy tKbotli I sio aI5siwriting mention UuK paper and don wkfe any mi take but remember th Dame X r Kilriifer SwajnpKooti an the address Binghoxttton K Y COOLNESAND NERVE thiLatPtthe Story of III1a LivelY Gairw ofPpktrJ A FORTUNE O ftTH TABLE TkHanii That Won the Rich StakesI the MalWhe Held It Whal Sfiatr SharenJiad to Pay t Wy His Li gerI Curiosity SatI There were mnmy1 lively poker played in Shu Francisco lu the eld days and many good stories haVe been told of the nerve and coolness ofstthe players who participated therein The following story of oue or those aiS was printed in a San Francisco aper some years ago The Palace hotel lathe early days of ts existence was the arena of some big poker games Senator Sharon was an enthusiastic lover of the game and when it happened that Senators Stewart and Jones of Nevada dud Judge Dick Mesick occurred in the hotel at the same time there was sure to be hot work It happened upon one of these that a certain Mr Hall from Boston was at the hotel Mr Hall was a smooth and affable gentleman and completely won Sena tor Sharons heart because of his love or Byron and his excellent memory e being alild to quote hundreds of lines of the poets verse without a halt Byron was Sharons favorite bard Head made his works his HfeXstudy and any one who appreciated bim had call on the senators friendship- On n certain evening the three sena tors and Judge Mesick met In the hotel lobby It was Just before dinner and 1InIntroduced Mr Hall to his friends and invited the party to dinner which was served in Senator Sharqns roomSAfter dinner Mesick proposed a lit tIe game of draw No one said nay Mr Hall diffidently remarked that they did not play much in Boston where he came from but that stIlt he to was willing to stand in and do histh est Look out for Hall remarked Shar on I never heard a man make tbat remark yet who wjis not to be watch He sJoke in jest but his words d were sooth The cards were produced and the gqmc at a dollar ante was Inaugurated There was no limit Now with subpveterans as Mesick Jones and Stewart sheack of chipping The men played wIthIIl Tarrying success and things ran pretty even for an hour or so Mr Hall wasII cautious and dribbled away his checks with Indifference After one of Halls deals Mr Stewart hopped in with attwenty dollar bet Jones evidently pleased with his hand saw him and went 50 better Mesick and Sharon were not afraid and took some of the bpiedcannedeluded that there was something In it for him AH drew Hall one cardantiI then the fun began Round fl hagainJones dropped mit Mesick stood a few more raises and then retired leaving p the fight to Sharon and Halt There was by this time 20000 in the pot Ill raise you 10000 Mr 1iJsaid Sharon his thin lips set and vhlf voice low and determined Halls answer was to ring the bell and when the waiter appeared he ask cd him torn blank California bank check I presume gentlemen my cheek Is as good as cash be said politely Certainty slrf replied Senator Shar on You see our checks in the potIit alreadyrSlowly and deliberately Hall finedI out the check signed It and spread the irblotter over It without a tremor Then he pushed It quldtly to the center of theI table and said I have seen your 10000 senator and go youlqOOObetter Sharon looked at him steadily tortspine moments Halls cojtnposure was perfect Tlere was a half smile otIt confidence on his face but no indica tion of boastfulness or excitementsu MrJsalti Sharon I feel surett you hol5ae better hand and I dp notf care to waste my money The pot Is yours slr Without any appearance of exulta ctionchecks separated them and put them l 11l11 Mr Hall said SharonI will giveI you 100 if you will show me your hand II Senator Sharon replied the Bost Ionian it Is not enough Nor wouldj l I show it to you now for tOO Still ito satisfy your curiosity I will pua this hand in an envelope seal it up your presence and put it in the hote j safe to be callod Jor by you ten daysI hence but upon this condition That you will put 250 Iu an envelope to goI bedenvefCdI1tSharon collected for a few minutes It was n struggle between nnd coin Finally curiosity conquered nnd both envelope won sealed and in trusted to hp custody of the cjjct When the ten days elapsed Mr SbalI called for his packugp and exan- f Ittned the hand nothing but a pair Lei1tucecvictim of a colossiil bluff To begin With Now mychuiclrin what is an abs ute pecessity for family prayers BoyA family Ilarperls Weekly Economy tis the mother of liberty Johnson At the Hlaylv Tnlknboit realism exclaimed Mr housekeep Vclir That housemaid making dabs at the rurnlture und never hitting it looks awful natural to me Louisville Cou rlerJournal w Never suffer the prejudice of the eye to determine ttieheartZlmmernian RecordrjThercisffcase on record of a ghcldresultlng In pncumonia orconsiamptionafter Foleys Ron and Tar had been aken it wi stop you rcongh and breakup yo VI JI told quickly Refuse auy but tbe sfenuineFoleyB Honey and Ta r In a Vellow package Contains opla res and Is sure andsiIok1 he Red Crow Drujr Store New Yerkfn FeMl of iDfi4 It Is e Uma4 tt New YjWk per cturlJacd1 Put This Stove in Your Kitchen It is wonderfully convenient to do kitchen work on a stove thats ready at the jnstant wanted and out of the way the moment youre done Such a stove is the New Perfection jWick Bide Flame Oil CookStove thetNEW PERFECTION Wick Blue Dame Oil CookStove is so constructed that it cannot add perceptibly to the heat of a room tjieNjame being directed up a retaining chimney to the stove top where it is needed for cookiner You can see tnara stovefsending out heatiin but one dii Vectiori Krauld be preferable on a hot day to a stove radiating heat in all directions The JJwarrantedIf New Perfection keeps a kitchen uniformly ompw for famiIyisesafe coarettient economical and a eat light giver If not with your dealer wnteiournear Mt agency STANDARD OIL COMP- ineeepeialed AIZ tf AN UMBRELLA MY husband was a collector for tl er afety Insurance company and he hadp gone down to B to collect the sums gathered by the agents in that town He had already been away a week and had telegraphed me that morning the effect that he Iiutbnded returning at same afternoon ibut It was 10 oclock p m before 1 heard the well come click of his latchkey As webcrossed the hall he stopped and tooka own his overcoat from the egato the same time taking his umbrella in his other hand and saying Rhodamy dear you may asNweii ut this In the lumber room It Is mashedentirely now Anti he laugh u opened his old ganip which a was indeed a complete wreck I took t from him when he had closed It I and willie he went to kiss our littlet dLqItuntattic stairs Next morning Edward kissed us asf usual and set ofT looking bright strong und happy About 11 oclock was busyinner when an unusually peremptory j knock at the hall door startled me I hastened to open it and was 1urtlt prised to confront two strangers my jJtt usbandiooktng pale and troubled t and Mr Snell the director of thecom hanyi ployed 1 They 1wnlked in nnd Mr Snell at1 tnceMrs iJalkuer forgive this Intrusion but your husband has iot his pocket book or at least he sijs g o contain ing bills to the value ot 3500 Lost Oh Edward how could It happen l cried r I dont knows he said mournfully Io I had It Ju my overcoat pocket lust night after I came home and itt you rnowoom and it was there the coat this morning for nobody went Into our oom exce ourselves Are ydp sure you brought It bomeI nskedr I Sure Yes of course Im sure he aid Impatiently Then In that case we must search he house said one of the strangers fOh do oh do I said eagerly tlt be somewhere aboutI111 tbe meantime I must ask you to tay In this rooni he responded ard they went out of the room leaving us alone with Mr Shell t The book could not be found in the house and though nil was done that ould be In the way qf advertising and offering rewards all our efforts wereI JEdwarduatipn and many of the people of the town did not scruple to say he had appropriated the funds to hrs owu use However the directors were notIamong these and us they CJultebc lieved them lost i roecuti6u was of no 1thI The house we lived in was our ownJ I having been presenfcedto me ns a wed ding gift so we deckled to say In it but to sell the better part of the furrl ture This we dlllUUlI Fhynrd weatI to America where he succeertetl In ob iainlug a post as clerk in New York ilyearsi ilI i had let my unfurnished ronms to a nice quiet family and undertaken to attend them which enabled me to keep theI wolf from the door My two utile girls werf now giow lug up and Avould soon reotulrc to gp to school nn expense which Was not tis yet prepared to meet For two years ohad not semi my husbaud and I tell the syparafqti keenly and I could not help the yearnings or my heart creep ing into mv letters Edward noticed this and In JTTfh en he wrofo tiP is the- ideal lamp j1Dnext mouth He woultl forward me the requisite funds N We were greatly excited antKbegan at once I sold the hous r 1000 and paid tMmoueylo M a Snell as part paymeut of the mlssllgN 3500 and alsojppid the larger articles of furniture zfhc latter sum helped me to provide a few necessaries for our wardrobes The money came fromTEdwatd and all was noprepared when I remcni ereil the lumber In the stairs closett nd told the charwoman to brl t ut She did soW little girls help ing her I had goneSlownstalrs for something when I heard a cry of surprise Mrs Egan the charwoman came iil1tt lug downstairs bearing Ju one dusty old umbrella of uiy htisbanGs PPClCtIbookreila she explained Instantly It was clear to my mlnuJ As my husband closed the old gamp that night now three years Tigo nnd lung his coat over his arm the pocketbook must have slipped down Into the umbrella In jess than an hour I had it to Ir Su II and wived my husband the joyful news Instead of ur going to America my usband cai i buck to England and on the24tb of ay tSS resumed his du tics as hel collector of the Safety In eurance company and Im proud to sale still holds that post We kept the gamp as n curiosity and shall hand It down to posterity as he instrument Avljlcb uedrly gave myhusband penal servitude London News Explained Every coin has an obverse find a call IYesside Is so called because It makes you lose Minneapolis Tourual For Cold Weather IHlnh the lips to become moist when out in the cold or they wll crack Ifn veil Is worn aud the breathdampens the mesh mop It gen tly every now and then with a handker chief Do not gaze too lops at the snot when It glitters iu the sunshine for It not only hurts the eyes but llines the forehead anti makes a frown Do not sit down out of doors tto rest withIWhen chilled after a cotlrhlcor walk drink glass of hot water mills1 or hot lemonade remove the ShIKSII stocking and nib the fettvlgirously with a warm rough towel do not put them hear n tire until tiLt viruiilallq has been restored or HiHbhiiiis vlll re sult rub cold cream In well ntJil aflcH removing the greater part vlth a towjel steam thi tue9 woll to cleanse It au soften tile skin after lack Frost has been at work To rhawirczcnPipe When pipes becuni frozen during intefisely cold weather they may be thawed by spreading onit 6lece 0 r cloth aXtWik iaycr of unsiakpd lime iitying theVloth around flip frozen pipe niiil throwht yatcr over It The heat produced lbj combining the wAter and lime Is sutli lent to thaw the pipes yertlcalitb apply externfti IieatGoOd House keeping ITo Clean Plumes A goodVay to clean ostrich plumes white or colored easily Is by soaking five minutes In warm cloa liiiiiIDraw them lightly through the j Clenf1teach KHle IttrU over the doHi ctljjo Lch i f ifn = OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO t IQ I 0 Dont neglectl your cough I Statiitics show thatiin New York City t6 o alone o er200 people die every week from o consumption V 0 tC Q And most of these consumptives might be living now if thehad not neglected the- O tC warning cough lx You know how quickly Scott sr Emulsion enable you to throw off a cior cold vfV ALL DRUGGISTS j Me AND S1W 21 Iic RinJr8s Round Eyesi 310 jJ Crucified Wife and L yer1 In Chinese Reveals 8 y of Vengeancet 0 6 1 4 cench naval officers recentlyl found Itoi ting In the Claire rivjer in China the bpdjes of a man and a woman cru clfl l on a cross An Investigation is under way to find the persons who cat sed the death of these two The officers were stanjllng on board the ir boat wheff they noticed something flo ting They soon recognized the bodies of human beings When they hadTftruwn the bodies from the water they saw that a woman and a man jhit bQencruClfled on the same cross the womans bcfdy being nailed over that of the man The womans lips were sewed together so nsto make speaking Impossiblel She was attired dby a BaHdog t ian He With Ill with and too weak to scream forhelp Douglas Hud son Riker a publlsheff f 156 Fifth nuej JSew York city battled for his life Infuriated bulldog He was afterward unconscious across the uody of the dog which he had smbtheretKwith a blanket X- The RUcenr live In the MlnnetonKa apartment house and it was there that the struggle with the Infuriated animal occurred The dog an English bull was presented to the pub Usher in Florida last month Hiker re turned to four days ago and was taken in almost immediately One night while he was Very weak his chest incased in surgical wrappings he was left alone for several hours as SEIZED THE lie was sleeping Mrs Riker thc mother of the young man was in an adjoin Ing room alsO asleep The dog into the sick mans room and stretch cdvjout ona rug After midnight Mr Riker was awak cited from his sleep by a weight upon the bed The dog was standing on hU chest He tried to push the brute away and the next instant snapped nthimN realising his danger hiker again tried to throw the dog front hlin and the beast with a growl sprang his In the Iiin light ot the room sir hiker seized the animal by the throat and held It nt arms length from himr It to struggle at times forcing Its open Jaws to within n few Inches of face so that its hot breath fanned his cheeks V Miss Minnie Houtsman the even yen piI daaghter of Josiah Houts raau a stopk raiser living near House vltieInd was found na crlticiilconJ by Scott Marlow near his home- I The young woman had left her bed and slipping out of the house had I coldIr night clothes and a light Jacket When round she had sunk down at the side t of the road null would soon have been frozen had not Marlow found her at an opportune time Site wns still asleep and tIle fanner carried hr to homo where he aud his wifc htJll over tIC r for some time flhi ua r hurlItrevived I i1gternli1 1Pprefers the honest to the expedientI t PilES eJ gett ImmedIate relief Dr Shoops Magic Ointment I k Ic a The lfl peculiar to Yemen take different forms Some ladles suffer every month from drk rings round their eyes bIOtcIIa on thifr dch sad ttnlfeeling Others suffer agonies of pain that words can hardly exprss V I Whatever tile symptoms remember there Is ono medicine that Yll fa fceioud m e ij nptiaii ivA on the cause of their troublea the vakeo d iromanly organs t VlWine r Mrs M C Austin of Memphis Tenn wrltesFor five 5 years Isuffered with ntj iiiupkm of female disease but after using the wellknown Cardul Home Treatment I van wflrelywL II WflTE USA LETTER Ghastly Find River Husbands Horrible Act I 8come8 The man familyggtwenty and of an interpreter NaIled to the was a placard proclaIming that crossgg woman had been faithless to her QedTheQproclamation also invoked tile most savage curses upon any one trying to rescue the two It is believed thiithe social offend era lived In torture several days as the wood of the cross kept the bodIes of the unfortunate lovers above waters so they would not drown Attacked IiiB III With Pleuropneurnonia Desperately Struggles With Infu riated Beast Which Finally Succesds In Smothering Bedclothes pleurbpneumonia ave twltIian iffeless Brooklyn Brooklyn for throat rditron Theslck man tried to call for Jielp but the weight fln lila chest ud bibi inability to speak above a whisper pro vented while with both bands engaged h war qrevryt J froairliiglug tuj bclrt Ki bcJ V 1o his struggle with the dog whose anger at being held until it frothed at the tpouth and the foam was flecked about him vHow long he Btrugglpd Mr RIker ibes not know But It eemed to him anhmir Every minute he could feel his strength grow less in thebattle the bedcl thes which bad been tucked about the 1Invalid became disarranged and this probably saved the life of Mr RikerrIn one of the moves made to lice struggle a blanket Ibecame twisted and IRl1n n TilE ANIMAL BY THROAT wandered it continued his Itecn contlnnel Increased interfered WIth fir uioveracufs of the Is io It gave tiw sick man Ito Idon and lila presence of mind dlil the root lIe forced the head of the tlojr Intd the FbenstsefTortsnikors to choke him the ctabnnla became thoroughly enmeshed In betdT gInthe blanket about the dog Tofweak- to hold him longer Mr Riker adi lougejf Irheupon the invalid anti when he gainer the advantage he tinted It was some hjni1 later when tho iother came Into the room to give the lutlonthlsmealclne She found him lying across the bed with the body of the dog beneath him ith Chased by Dream Bandits Girl Who Read Novel Just Beore Retiring rtuiuTree MiIc3sI VIn Her Nightgown t before front setting In which the beautiful heroine was pursued through a dense forest by a desperate band of brigands She retired In the full tide Qf excitement aroused by the thrlUIur tale aud as soon as slit went to sleep she began to dream the story with herself as the central flsure The dream bandits chased her until they became to her subconscious mind so real that she got out of bed and ran to escape them The cold air and the hard road to 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