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J s 1 t jlV iI t1nC l 0 4 t 11 J Ei EIVj YN46n- n c qJ I If l1 KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 26f 1908 i s Ll1k n I t Ii 3 twt kff i 1t 4 T IWITTRUSTY PRACTICAL I ENlIST r Olke ysr HYO A Barbt- rp j I1woik tm3sOab1e prie t L guaraMed SPINGFIXtAD ICY I WBECTOfiY I irf DffGril6tD coknty Se tofl WaIntomL CoxtyS2 iit4s I wtt el KliHt w 9 4S1Uefro jJ4yL1Ie o Bardt town branch 911 L4U1e u4 ahvU1e itilroad in aaKqric1tttrl district TInks e1rak 1e1epko II pnMo 61trJlii11s1b1m- byr4s JPofatio 1700 yopwlatioa of My1LOOii rtatatjlreiu Coagress 3 tMuaiJvdllt WIhX1 ipraitntTitT inKeatacky eKikJ nreHC4t Wi C McChord l prcctativc in S3te eate Bon frG I Jrvis CanibCUSvllC Xv j 4ty Mrlctoyhj 2 SCIRCUIT COURT Ckc4tCotrt begins K tke fourth eY i1 bruarYay snd Oct h u kurujadgste14o DHrBavCo i 6awealtli Att D orey Robt o Noe1Clerk t JL G LeadiiIW MasterCOISC ssr QURtRY IdPRr Quarterly CoartU held on the third iHday is uck uth I4I4itsy Jlotdre OUNTY OURT i i 0 It m ty Co irt eets on the fourth t oadaj im ech saouth LL4tseyIwdgC ir Booker County Clerk TS May County Attorney George Catlett Jailer Sidney OibourneSheriif otiaABder fDIckIshanfltrbrtEdiemftfl t Dep tic U asters f JaeF Moore Ccmntyf Saryeyoir tITP O1BrYa1 Assessor t IT T Mitchell Deputy- jRJbcttNoe t Treasurer a JM Montgomery Ooromeri t llqtBupt of Compi JW t Q SprlBcft1d ICITY COURT f Jamesi L Noe Police Judge a 1 Johm GracelMarshal W F Orlgsby City Attorney jt JOSTICECOURT Jn tice Coarts are held Jin Jannarj 1yriIland Optobortr Church Directoryll METHODIST A3HIJRCQ etlG S King tortSe Third Supda rices jn theFitafl4 In eack mpnlb at 11 ajnf and 730 p UI Br1aJ1oo1 very Sunday at10 riycr J1getty Wednesday t I CATHOLIC CbUKCH Jt YpFHerlnesa Itor- iel Ccw rert Sunday at 8 and 10 oclotl ty Sjervrces at St se sane hoti paSBiTER OHURCH Itev BvE C LawsonV Pastor Reaching verY Sunday av 11 am- lI4 at 7 Pin Sunday school everj idyut lOm- viry Iifrj 0 ireetM Tirtdav evenlDg ailS uV W s 4BAPTIST CHURCH jjtcYi W3s1 Harrison Williams Pastor Preabfcinj evenr Sunday ati au aad 745 pm Sunday School eVery Siwdayat930 a m Prajcr mftttint very TaeedaY eveninir at 745 oclock t CHRISTIAN iHpRCH Reyv W F RdgerS Pastor Sr- rices first and fourth Sunday Sunday cjlCaUatn Fraternal Orders MASOXIC iODGK Spriugiicid lodV 95 mca firataud third Mouaaj 1Sfach month V lua toni A Cuaptcr No 57 eets every second rice a vs pjaiiaffirla CtfwnVil Ho 2 l1fthrit ervjtourthMonday 1X1 GRTO TJW M AjiiaBKS Meet fe crmq HMrt Strength jW kne a aetklnxjDore IM kljmrtte h adml talnl It ta akkoet IW 1 eie isrtc thsrrety all Innit Th sise nervethe cpidlsc or JIit 2rind ore power nom rt E ct rent r juwjn flSY beKh v m1d have itzops rw lrQx i s h opS thrativeaT rw s wJw RCOIj1 Yl I IL4 ft tiCOUNTYEloped SS tS Tqesday afternoon Mr Thos CloydJ ajsjed twentythree years irboset home is at Bohon and Mis JobpnieLouRatd1 l of- j tptDkriage The bride Is a stepI daughter of Mr WH CIO dwf- therfirm nt Cloyd Ran del1 int llDdlIIOVt girlsparents were strongly op posed to the match and it is said that the two young men who accompanied them to Danville sw6rethat the girl was of age and are liable to be caused some trouble as well as the clerk who issued the license The penalty for a clerk wrongfully issuing a license to marry lsa tine of not less than 5Onor more than a 1000 Tflarrodsburg Herald Kodol contains the same dIgestive- uIces that are found in an ordinary stomach and there is there fore no question bat what any form df stomach trouble indigestion or nervous dyspepsia will yield readily yet naturally tp a short treatment of Kodol Try if today on our guaran ee Take it for a little while as sadyou will need to take koidol digests what you eat and makes i he stomach Sweet It is sola by Red ross jrugftoreX s Smallpox l TB smallpox epidemic in An derson county according to our informant who is in business near McBrayer Staton is inj creasing to alarming extent ffe says that np to last Saturday there were 45 cases in LawJ nce burg but only two deaths were repqried and the pcstbouse iis ull There are also 25 cases at McBrayer Station some w thin fifty yards of the depot unless theutmostfjeare is exercised by 4 tie Harrodsburg contingent whore driily travelers from Barrods bargto Lawrenceburg and back there jsimjnntgcir of bringing rk fA tfgpie to our clky andp eventativemeasuresshourd t once be inaugurated by the autQ9ri iesBarrod bulgDemo- crat ATJNYBABYI ani Tell you in words what the trouble iaj but if its complexion gets pasty it it gets weaker and weaker loses flesh and is cross andpeevish you can be certain hat it has worm Give it Whites Cream Vermifuge guaranteed harmless Expels the worms and puts the baby in a healthy normal condition 861 by Red Cross DrugStore Comical Advertisements For sale a family vault iin Grenw fid cemetery lacing south A beautiful outlook Room for two Just received a fine lot of live Delaware rabbits Persons pup chasing the same Will he skinned and cleaned while they wa4t No person having once tried one of these coffins will ever use any other SS amwiWhen the baby is thtOugh drinking it must be unscrewed wand laid in a cool place under a tap If the baby does not thrive on fresh milk itshould be boiled A New Jersey hotel advertise ment A parlor for ladies thirty Live feet wide- Another advertisement assures the public that This hotel will be kept by the Widow of the for mer landlord Mr Jones who died last summer on a new and Improvedplan WantedGeneral servant small house family of two Ona agree able and obliging Wauted Information regard zer1Jones4 yearvWanted er passage to Livernool wilt tike tare of children and a good jailor WantedkA woman to wash iron and milk OLO or two cows tWantedglrl to cogk and oae who canmftke a goM dast 35 broil arclsteweI r WnttzdExperienced- Jor nurse bottled ioY 1 a WutedAn experienced nua1 to take charge of a young child t Qtitweea thirty and thirtyfive ears old of amiable character aisd good reference antedSituation by a young i SS i3cani do all kinds of j sewing musk 9it l embroidery lexcept ForsaIeMiIqf the first water V LostA black goat last sere wa4 chasin g a wo manv With U round her neck x LostA cameo brooch repre sejiting Venus and Adoni on the CldCktonanLedto learn the grocenr business and board with the boss wl1ltl6etreted rKennednot only heals irritatiou and allays ipflamationj thereby stopping th pongh but it moves the bowels gently and in that way drives the cold from the system Contains uo opiates ItJis pleasant to take and children esii pecially like the tdste so nealy like maple sugar Sold by RedCros8 dfug store Whiskey in Tablets Spokane Wash Nov 18r Whiskey in tabets and in the four of stick candy to be 4is solved in water or chewed made its appeararicoat North Yakima Wash West of Spokanea few days ago The innovRtiqn was introduced by representatives of a liquor house in KentuQKy as a way to get around thio local f option law The prohibition t peopl are out up over the invasion and will take toe matter t up with the county authorities t with the view tto banishing thet deceptive jag tablets in the dis t trlct l 1 Do you know that every time yu hayp a cough orcpldand let it run on thinking it will cure itself you are inI vit lug pneumonia coniumption or some other pulmcnaTy trouble Diint risk it Put your lungs back in perfect health and stop that coughi WJth Ballards Horehound Syrup Price 2S5Oc and 100 per bottle Sold by Red Cross Drug Store to Horse Stealing The officers t l ies nnd placed in Jail a iQungrcol oved mail by thenam of Taylor charged with horsesteatling Tne complainant is Judge John W Hugbes Taylor has been employed ontbefarmof Judge John W Hughis Tayjor has been empoyed on the farm of Judge Hughes and on several occasions it is cbarge4 the negro t Jok the horse from the barn at night and rode it to Lawrence ourg and a few nights IJgo the animal was taken out and hasI not been returnedfItis thought thatTaylof disposed of the horse and a warrant was taken out for him He i now in jailEar rodsburg Democrat i1A CRIME to jiegleqt your health The worst neglect that you can be guilty of is to allow constipation billtous esb or any liveror bowel trauMa to ont1nue It is poisoning your entire system and may lead to a serious chronic discasfe Take Bailards HerBiue anH fjetabso lutely well The sure cure ipr any and all troubles of the stomach liver and bowels Sold by the Red Cross drugstore Those Giddy Girls A couple of girls thinking tc bave some fun With a certain young man they expected to call On them duaing the evening put up a fob to do everything he did When the young man ai rived and after vthe usual courtesiest the first Jthing he did wasto blow his nose whicti each of the girls promptly imitated With a gIg1 ing accompaniment Thinking theliOUl1gmanSOineWh dilIt YQungla was next r game Positive of his groucd he stooped down and cilmly turned up the bottom of his pants And thou it was his time to giggle AtBroK en t DJfuirt6agolstt 1In easy thingtp get r3tif Balllrds Liniment jcureslumbaffO jjtiflf r mucle8l i fh j nl tUat8tra ins utS lbnrnSbrUlSe5t aqalds and i Wacles a pains You need a bottkljil Ou Jitiusef Get It at the Red Crois t store Kdlffl1g5tII rlI aipiLthcmoLtheheart Dlgesb whitoits iI l4i i IFrankfortI far official l returns from 113 rthe Il96r lht Stitecchitishavebeen rieceiyed oy the SuI tetary1 of State TriB Official returns from these 113 Ountie5and this unofficial returns from the other sixj give Byran a majority of only 8632 out of a total vote as Byran and Taftof abput 4704QQO The vote ior the prohibition socialist and btiier capdidjites will bring the jbJalK voie of uheJState up to nearlv 485000 which is over 4GOUinore votes than were ever cast in the State before in airy election ttead the formula on a box of Pink Pain Tablets Then ask your Doctor ii there is a better one Pain man4- congrstioziblood pressure somewhere Dr SILoop Pink Pain Tablets check head jpains womanly pains pains anywhere Try one and 20 for 6cv Sold by Red Ctoss Drug Store Row IS YOUR DIGESTION Won Killed in Breathitt Jackson KyMr3 Amelia Bell Allen andher husband vfere brought to jail here this mortiing on the charge of killing Mrs Fanny Tutt iin tbis cOunty yes terday afternoon The shoo ing took place at Van Cleave about eighty miles from Jackson in this county and the cause of the trouble is njt know n It iis sta ted that Mr and Mrs AlifcU went to Mrs Tutts home while her husband was away atid calling her to the door bgan t6 abuse her Mjs Tutt ran into ifieI house and Mrs JAllen pursued lier It1toa rocm where Mrs Tutts baby wa aseep There Mrs Allen it is claimeidl opened fire onher w unding her so badly hatshe d ied a 5 oclock this morning The Aliens then ran awav but ere captured af ter a hard chase mjd were brought to this city today SrWATCKEt Fl PEFlfYEA- RSil t fiTi t i Jlor fifteeny rs E have watched the jworklng of Bucklers Arnica Salv ano It bas neVer iaild to cut e sorsi boil ulcer r burn to which it wac applied Ittas savedms many doctor nlllsl sHli i rdy of WiUon Main 2c a i Haydon k RobaII ertsons drug store A Western Mammoth Cave hjA mamniot h cave conainiig Uman skeletons supnpsedly tho eof Flathead Itidiani and implements of stone simlilar to those fouud in ClifKpwellersl ruirs was ecently dioveredi- n the BoffalS Park regioc sixty five miles west of Golorado Springs Colo by Jesse AnderX son of that pity while ona hunt ing trip Be found the mouth of the cave by accident while stalk ing three deer Ho spentan en tire afternooniri ground passages pornlunder tJyQn1limited fl DeiWittB Kidney and Bladder PU- are unequaled iu cases of weakiback- backacheinfltmat1on of the bladder rheumatic pains and all urinary dU orders They are rntta act arejdBladder pills sold by Red Cross drug store Warren Growers Ac ept lBid t Bowling Grepn Ky Without dissent the local unionsII Warren Qouny Tobacco Grow 1 erJ Association accepted tho hid for the crop of tobacco at the ip icetIpiTaqVof sg 8 and 7 for the leaf and lugs and 3 for hetrashIThe estimated yield for the JAbJJ the American Tobacco Company and the rest to independent buy ers The sale wilt bring about 40p000 to the lobaccp growers of Warren county IGREATVICTORYWon 1 Growers in Their Fight With the Trust j Twelve million dollarsworth dtobacfo comprising three fOurths pf the li6 and 1907 crops pooled with the Burley To bacco Society j wis sold last wek to the American Tobacco saleindlignedDY If L Smith director ffgerof the American To jSSo Company and 0 ar nce TjBBusf Presidept of the Burley TobccQ Society at exactly 110 oclock in tHE parlor of the Louis yUle HOtel It was the lai pst cpmmoffityain The sun will shine much brighter in old Kentucky today than it ever did before because 60 prcent of the stupendous purchase price for the tobacco agreed upon will go the farmers who for two years have stinted themselves and their families determined to hold the fruit of their tobacco fields for a reason able financialreturn The sale means that about 12OQO000wili come into the State of Kentucky tq be deposited in the banks dir trib ted among the planters and spent in iEe markets of the Com dion wealth It means that the wisdom of the farmers who decided it best statid or fall to getberhasbeen proven arid that henceforth the various tobacco societies will be as great as any tobacco purchaser It means that the largest sum of money that ever came into the Stfe will soon flow into the coffers of the farmers and that prosperity will reign once injore in the Blue grass Besides forcing the American Tobacco Company deal witl it as an organization and pay the price It asked the Burley 2oba- ccociety secured still another recognition of its drjQfanjzation By the terms of the contract greed upon for the purchase of ToIbaccotn j age This wiU amount altogether to about 190qo all of which will go to the Burley Tobacco Society to be spent m maintaining the organization and promoting the interests of dhe members Ar gument upon this point consumed most of the time of the confer ence The tobacco company was especially desirous oil avoiding tbe payment of outage but the hurley growers wqre obstinate in their demand and theyxwon out Tile contract soecifies that the American Tobacco Uompany will purchase 75 per cent of the 1907 tobaccocrqpatsevertteenjts Iof tthe 1900 crop at list prices averaging twenty and oue half cents per pounJ If the tobacco pool contains the ambui t of tobacco Claimed 70000 000 pounds of tobrcco will be sold under ihis contract of which 60 000000 pounds willbesold at 17 cents and 10000000 ptpunds at twenty and ouehalt cenfesi aggregating ic round uumbersfim 12JOOO10OOrLouisviUeHerdld The above tells the story of the great tobaccodtl which was Vade JasJ Thursday at the Lou isvliie Hotel in Louisville It is indeed a great victory for the farmers who have stinted them selves at times in qrder to stand by thH pool and who at llast hav- eI n and have gotten a good price for their tobacco 60000 uOO Ibsof the 1907 crop were sold at 17 cents per pound and 10000000 pounds of the 1906 crop were soldfdr20t cents pert pound The sum total of the bErsirsEQuetioiiYHow are your bweW This is generally the first ques tion the doctor asks He knows what a sluggisU lives neaps He knows wliat a long list of distiespint xomi i tfaMsrt nstLpatibn lie knw thathetthesb- llk attacks iindigestion impure Wood and general piIlWei this subject Ask him at the sam time if lapprovt of Ayers Pills Dbashesa ft J yJ 2 deal will amount to 12000000 KentuckvIserve and every cent of which the people generally rejoice they have gotten It isnt so difficult to strengthen weak Stomach if one goes at it correctly And this is ttrue of Heart and wayofdosingthe Heart or Kidneys is surely wrong Dr shoop first pointed out this jerror Go to the weak or ailing nerVes of these organs said hew Each insfde organ has Its controlling or inside pervet Wht n these nerves fait then these nerves fail then those organs must surely falter This vital truth is leading druggists everywhere to SI100PSRestorative DrUgStore Salting Down Meat puVing m at for future con sumption is one oTj the annual jobs on the farmer In some sections of the country the prob lem of saltmg down meat is a serious one because ol tnech at In sections of the South there are winters when there iis very Ii tie cold weather and it is not until late that hogs may be slaughtered Here is a receipt which is said to be a good one For 1000 pounds Of meat take ten quarts of saltpeter de oupdof pepper and two pounds of yellpw sugar Mix well pbt in a tub or some suitable 768861 and then apply the mixture well to the meatC1 e should be taken to apply it thoroughly in the cracks and around the edges After the meat has taken all the salt possible hang it up and powder it with powdered borax Then smoke the meat This is said to bp the most successful method of salting meat there is both from a stahdppint ot purity and flavor Ex Tickling tight coughs can snly nd quickly loosened with a prescr p tion Druggists are dispensing everywhere as DrShoops Cough Remedy AndJt is to very viy different than different than common cough medir cines No Opium no Chlorofornr absolutely nothing harsh or unsafe the tcnderleaves of a harmless lung healing mountainous shrub gives the curatives properUjes to Dr Shoops Cough Remedy Those leaves havethe power to calm the niost distressing Cough and to soothe bronchialisafetys sake alone ialways demand Dr Shoopa It can wfth perfect freedom be given to even the young est babes Tist it yourself and see Sold bv Red Cross Drug Stpre LiveStocK Sale Ivili at my residence in Vjash ingtbn countY1 KYBOUti five miles Nqrtheast of Springfield near the Bloom tfpld pike on Tuesday December 1I- Sell at public auction the follow jug live stock Six finely bred bruod mares 2 work horse3t 5 years6di two 2yearold colts sired by Cn ester Dare 2 colts 1 yearling and 1 2year old sired by 0 1John 1 McElroy two 2 year old fillies sired by Chester Dare two aged mules two 2 y earold mare mules 1 weanling mule 1 yearling mue one Jen aetr2y ears Id one aged Jen net and Jack colt one black rennet 8yearsold milk cows 2 yearling steers jsix heifers 40 liijgs 47 sheep Sale to begin atrftam Dioner grill be pre paredNr aiL who Attend the saleTERMS SALETAU sales for 10 and over will be on a credit of 12 montij with interest from date of sale iibder 10 for cash The purchaser will ba require4 to execute notes with good personaV security and negotiable and payable at the Peoples Deposit Bank No article will be removed frbm the premises until th terms of the sale are complied witb MRS fOrtH W KELLY WANTEDSV 0 OB S S MAOA- ziNU require the jHrTicerr fc man in Spn field to 1okter expiring fubacrlpttoas and toie cure new buainew bj menu of- special aiethos niaaz1Iy- XieIitIoi pernit t xkrf- ljpxperCeo6 j bit Iot- ounldtY allcun wIthl goo- 4iaturtl quIiCS wlr- yi0 per dj witi comaaI w ii okion Addrewi wjtji reffrtapf 1RMC eaeoclc Bo lOt 5 Qde l t ItT r L J cf ltLEBANQN LOCALS ron the rakO JUn Russel of AtltAta Gfpurchased inMarI nooeatytILI week a carlotd ofIlH atprioM PerbeadRL Purdy sold 40 W 8 tybisabout a hdf mile from the cilfi limits contain ing about 1Ocrj for 5500 and ji4 KnoCt soli theEurjTheGreensbug branch of tks CVP Railroad sepcrateft the two tracts James JL0M acJ1 M f totIW1jUross eytroublewere held SnndarajHolj Deceised was a mamlyj apright bylusand three brothefg Mr George Earned has nIsigned his position M dtat kst manager for the Intw iatoeelll Harvesting Machine Co and left Saturday morning totHopiiog ville baying tcqepfed a kartl ing position with the Moal Wa gon Qo of thikt city Hr litned will have his beaclqjarttr in Nishville ndhi territory will be Kentucky Tennessee sad Mississippi Mr Harmed iei well known and popular in this dtyu Mrs Ed jiitler dud jetientey at noon at a sanitarium in JeffWr son vide Iedf fromAa complioft tion of troubles De at-he WM wife of the poet Meter itSt Mary to whom she waa married about two y eers ago She WAS s Daughter of Mr Robea I Smith aid 25 years of agL Beside her husband sheJeatM Mte4fM weeks pId child Te reiMfn will reach St Marysttodiy asi the aneral services will occiir at St Charles church fchKomm morning A telegrjim was received iis Lebanon yesterdaj afernosz nouncing the death ot JIIJ- D Beldon at his ixm im Liber ty Deceased was well kftotimM thiicitYthavlngfi a ninWrsif years lived here The reWawte will be brought throwfii tie country and intemeat wilt ke HI Ryder cemetery this artermjbii atabont 290 HerrYiy1If his wife ad tbref dagktetv Mrs Smithwick and MiseIa- wa and Annie Beldes Pleasant sureeaBy afcUtU Uver pills 4lreDeWlttLlttJe etasoldbyREdCtthriajetere Short In AccotMiti Frankfort Ky Obargci wi i misappropriation ot the States fuuds and with forgery Judge C liBooe Aaistami A diiorii der tiW iIert aid atprseeiit claim clerk in the office of AWi tor Frank P James WM arreit ed in his home here oadIilater released oa bood ki tw mount of5iOOO iiraWMML by tthe following men J W Gay E M Wallace 4 H I4ocrs Rev 0 R Hudsonsad JrtffeiF H Hazelrigg The shock occasfoiwd by UM discovery of Jvctge Boots al leged shwUK city to its very foanlatioi W dOse upon his heels otneavo i er sensation when iit was liamiii that Judge Boos ipimlW fe ing confronted with etKtoMW up on which the charges wore mfa agajnst him piarcnaeed a ojuafei tyKdf arsenic at a local rasbeta- na was oay preveciei ftfei taking hii life by theiaWrteli tion of friends State iMpector sad Ixattiiwr M H Thatcher said W fbl bat he would bcimf aesi M na M of the Ou sniii lsj aasforioer Auditor tnau reoov sa7ibortp- of Iudpt Ui y ae founcl to hiTM Is4d1riM- rHrs adii lleA di4or Hager WI bce tie 81o foraDUiWpr JlMte Boos to the ii 7frew A N fIotp f J 1 Jr tbora J 7 A I f rt j J i h 1t4bI j T Ttttttu Il rr1 0t Rt i is see to to O t1llL1 a j ff 5SAit4l Ywbkbe TeY iiety ajf fci 4fpalwi itf trhw41MW J 11ds LPtwbtf dt1s filiii theuI Wi was ot If r hsrjdNstaii p 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11517 S- Eiad r 0 tklaL tt IQor hsMr fir t1 1H d r 41ok y ese I ss2 M sista i i Ipt- fMLnzii su 4IltIflj AT TI1 rw1T I a J iiifew y Ie lWa fu l t 4bIw4DAVirJvbrL- ii iir i dSHETJFRr s Wre tiiiLAC iiiH i ci4ate fo the IIll tl for Ahcrift WakLfltoii j ats t actliUerUcxfa Itafmtie IUckaTia ife- V M b cpbeII Will 11i n rt1Wtftt Vlqi i t vS f isautied to uiMMuM S I J 1 aadiht sc Irift- c aty ibetto the of 5IR thty t14l1S i ri mtOOUNTY crErt J yie jtf ytthoriacd tq anaouxce Vf c fratlER sa cia for the oIcountjClerk ubjct t the J sj Iae DcBM trtic party J rnR 1 erlEl c Wt tNoTcaRLasia cas ate for to c tybT mWae the Democrati Dtp ty PrI R yt1geg didW aoiceC N tISUM cnd1dateIAeior of Ntt Sbj ct to the tliliIQa t te crMk party J a1f ard Priary Nov 4i 1W8 JDetiioi Nov 1909 t l r 7UNTYJUDGEt WeZoriedtoinnounceB k- MIibtusy t UMtotfoc reelection aAce of UTaafciagtoa county Sto the action of the Demo cty r4uiary November IIL ta N4WI f7 n t q f wJeI obccQ tf M M fcfe AmdCM Tb000- f Cifwyentr j a jwbck efirj Kentacfcian t I irr or pOt abpuid f Ji i iv1wifd ud Linigh f b aa tJelre k 7 I1iul1i t OIysptg a J Iel aomey into the I f Kemtack wooer 4 J 4ii stJih nea e and- n tprill throughout tbe Gqm r 1t1 farer who t4J t aoby the oow4their f jiaai Jot itas bflerf itthe 6r tiot privation andfsuffering pf rv lamiliesjyTtctJl Ui t ilwj dija And now every iHif rtjateM that they faye been uiiipftUiHi iot their loyalty to iiri5LaBfcj Tiie price realized raflthitcso1d be desired t 1J7 c bteJpr 60 000000 pounds ttM 1907 crop and 201 cents t aiOQOlOQOpp d ot the 190- 6rojhsiikiri i all about 12 ctedbo wifcH rut at once be fit7 fI f t sPS to the farmers and tbeta- fj K jgiiL will shine brightlyJ i t gpM KaaUcky aid there will b i tftot DijitJi everyone will1kYsf Qnrt mohtt and no Sdpwiri ifearof night riding and- I I 1 at depdations Aud Mr lIitlittr 1f tke off onr hats to v te4I f1 that we araglad yonrIyowii aid hope that ths is hot vJSjSi tfifinning f a time funi Ir e rqeperity for you Jz4 4rrtbr accumulate about Jjia 1JtiIiil Wooe anaccdunt jf lW 8 abordig appears else iljwlrtic JJJtne NewsIjeadgr drJ Jfd S W Eager exaudior- Tf iTLoftKiwitttcky has also attached Sr prtptrtybf Judge Booe in order r 4toeas hinself from any loss y W be mLIustaii b dau- serige Besll2gedcrookad- IA i It looks aaIf Were can be no Jpe forth10rmerofficlaJt ttes vjdei 6e i 4parentli- Y a4fnst hith and alLbb ir1eLrLenda are reported to be SfiMevdenee ofma1fes aoot Ja office will no donof be 6x Jl 11 ji t rIIgtoovercowe dtI piti ablilBaVbis Jahilly and friEnds ft M ltr bayi tp jaffer et the j Jai iaiiirti W 110 respectesof jOtt Kci0iii IfJudgeBbebeguiifrpiiyfi J jLuWsetthe penaly pf IiseilMit 1ir JtJ y pindlgestkn 01 oewki4oaacbn iJI tact olny J l IIV4oiiIi tf kyou fiJl f kie Xodo ac4aIaJallyjust zit r Jot SILt it K d ttGr1 a1T ti rI ca Jo m i4 h lit N i rL J JIj i 1 c ti10y Ua f t jGliapel iHar4insi TBorflto Mraitd Utts KbberJ Miltoa otithe iBh a oe JfrlJofl Mr M7B Harbin sold a steer taJ D Olaybroolclor40 fMraRorf W JP nwiclc and fimily wMr Bernard Warren of 2Iville spent Fridayi with hisi i RbbrtM1ton teIMessrs Leo and Charlie doa spent Tuesday and Wednesday with Mr Ben Havdon and frtttlilv 0 W Fenwick sold four steers a i30 4 head and a heifer at 3c a uud to Mr Harry Thompson of your towoif spentFrldaywMisses Bessie Sweeney Hattie Logsdon and Adray Oanurv spntWe4nedaynight Tvith Mrs Alfred Whiteman orPerryvineMrs Robert Milton thrseek spentSUnda1J ise Adray Canary spent Fri day with Mrs Jm Anderson spentWedfler1a withMrsMr and Mrs WIlMi1ton of Mackville spdnt Saturday with their soo MrRoberi Milton Farmers Ware about through cropJortheis that the corn crop is larger and much better than most of our farmers expected especially considering the extended droutb wehad to endure We fhould thank the Lord for all the bless- Ings we did receive the past year spentSundayBufckman at Simnstowu Fenwickanddaughtetina1 and Mrs Stanley Fenwick MrWallace Adams ofFenwidk 6 ught tit J R Yourg ten barrels of corn pric0 not given Mr and Mrs Jiil Anderson spent Sunday with Mr Stanley Fen wick Mr and Mrs RP Lanbini spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs JimLanham j Mrs Nelle Logsdon and lam ily spent Sunday with relatives at Jensonton T1kl1dgtigt coughs can sorely nd quicklyioosenedwith prescrip tips Druggists are dispensing every whereas Dr Sioop s Cough Remedy And 1t is tovery very different than different than common cough medi cIties No Opium no Chloroform absolutely nothing harsh or unsafe the tender leaves oi a harmless lung healing mountainous shrub gives the curatives properties to Dr Shoops Cough Remedy Those leaves have the power tp calm the most distressing Cough and to soothe and heal the mos sensitive bronchial membrane Mothers shonld for safety suake alone always demand Dr Sboopfl tIt can with perfect freedom be given to even the youhg i estbabes Test it yourself and see Sold bv Red CrossfJDruc1 Store Forest View J 1Mr Al Wheatlojwho has been makiughis howe in Kansas tt Oity for several3 ears is at home 10 attend his brothers wedding which wiirtake plact in lLfew days at St Rose church Several of the young people of this community attended a dance last Monday night at theI residence of Mr Peter Able iu Marion county t Mr and Mrs Hilary Doiin FSmithandlotbers t ns spent the day last Monda withMr and Mrs Smith Carrico Mr Pat Hamilton and family j who moved two ears ago jto Shelby county will move back io his farm in alewdaystt Mr Hilary Dolin will soon move in withhissoninlaw Mr James Nully to mae his hompj the nex twelve months He will engage in the woodweirk of repairing wagons and buggies The new telephone line isjJr doe working order AnotfitM bqiltfFornMr Fletcher Chrriep has soldf his crop jof tobacco tu ilte Ameri can Tobacco Co aqd will de livOrItinafawdays Mr KobetttPlwln s lost a nice young mule iasj Sunday Mr Thomas Medley lost two valuable cowslast week j Koddll cdntains the same dige tivCj juices thatAre found iuan ordinajyj j ha1tby stomach and there ts thsfore na uesUonbnfwha any form of stomach trouble Indigestion 9rIpervous dyspepsia wiir yield readily yet tialnrally to a short treatment qf Kodoj Try it today on our guaran tee Take It fora little while as that is all you will need to take Ko roittotomach B1Ct Itiii sdia by Red CHi ruglItore I t i 1J Pulliam 4rt t 1ei4 1 Zlha Keeling oldhs IriClark foUJ800 TiEkey are selling at fcentsI 11J1JtlH li defy i sod eonstaitfy oilcan hear th- eisptifagua ior the irking of do 1r rkA frji f wss i taieslitIejHrt l T rit M UA V- 4WE START THE SEASONI iJ ttm i j r j ttII J11 With a Flood of Money Savorso rJtli A i if 4 to share in this bargain feast will miss of the ti 0 j eoAi Dress Goods 50in Paitama 5Dc Scinch Broad Cloth 100 s 36in Wool Serge 5Cct t- 25n Herringbone Serg 100 42inr Wool San Toy 100 42in biln Warp SanToy 150 v5lin Ladies OKth 75c MiuRepdllapt50o GQ It be convinced that me Society is for theirbenefit especially the tobacco grower T tC Allen of Shelby county assistant organizer of the A 6 ofE will address thefarmersa his place Monday night NIV 30 Mr JohnEIarlow sold hisfarm to Will Sims for1600 Mrr J H Kay sold about 40 acres to Mr B parrot of neat Bardstown j The 4year old jsqn ofMrEd Mitohell of nearAntioch has had very severe attack of croup buts better at this writing Mrs Thompson iis on jTi j filace Miss M racda Uoultaditjln fov 20 The remains JwefB In terred irf Rock Bridge cemetery i 0 C Ftster sod a nice horse colt to Herad G off or40 Corn iis sellIng at i3 and 3 50 a barrel in this section Mr JF Rqbiosbn bought a nice mare colt for 35 M Eld Crouch bought 45 acres of lind from Sam Yocum for 61400 Mr C larlie Sims is visiting his sister virs L2W Jenkins at Mooresville Ind Mr1JI Benry Scott who has oeen on the sick list for some imwi h sUinnch trouole is better at this writing Gorge Armstrong and 1M p 11II si Sunday with- Rlchtrd Corey ahd7anirly jMr Tbotnasr Scott received a fmessttge last taturday tlia his ofl Oscar Scoit who is at Mc Comb 111 is very low with hemorrhage jojfthe lungs It iiuM tt tJEiul 10 strengthen weak Stomach if one goes at it cor- ectly And this is true of Heart and UldnieyB The old fashioned way of dosing the Stomach or stimulating theneart or Kidneys is surely wrong Dr Shoop first pointed outthis error Goto the weakor ailing nerves of these organs said he Bach inside organ has its controjling or iuside nerve n Wh P these nerves tiIfhrith- eses nerves fall then ihoBe organs mpst surely falter This yjtal truths Jeidlng druggists eyexy ViJ to dispense arid recommend Pir ijlbtjpfg Rt toratlveA few daya tesfcwjill will tell Sold bjr Red Cross Ding Storet f Ns1 tIomAlllSfi Si4i4Pifists PUMUI TJJSTDERWEAR Ien Fleered Bibbed Underwear 50c Women Js Fine Ribbed Vest and Pants 50c Womens Silk Finish Union Suits 100 Wpmens Feelced Ribbed Ubion Suits 50c ll ispes Fine Fleeced Vast and Pants S5c I Misses Fine Fleeced Union Suits SOd oys FiEecd Ribbed Shirts and Drawer 5Qc Boys Silver Fleeced Union Suits 35c 2 r 1tITHE MIRROR J1 Copyright by American Press Auo 0 elation Beua Y IoU was tdf be married to Uohali Tephold IRena was pretty as- a picture und was the envy of all the girls of ihe village and all the young men envied Johan his of her V IBut on theMay of the wedding as the young pairNjvere leading a procession to the lIttle hurch an officer of the law stepped uVto Rena and laid- a rough hand on her shoulder She the groonj the peasant attendants stood aghast But theXofflcer ever andiInstead of becoming a fertile flena became a convict Her lovet con v1lcedot her guilt turned awayxfrom her when the judge pronounced the sentence and she went to her prlsbn home without a word of either syni pnthy or reproach from him Only her poor mother bejfrlended her wept over her encouraged here neuaiu prison fell into a stupor She hardly knew when it was day and when it was nlgbtSbehardly thought After awhile she began to realize her position She raved and tried to dash out her brains against the iwall of her cell But a sudden thought camo over heQ thought with whl h was allied a heaven born hope Her beauty would she destroy it Whiit use would itf ever be to her possible future reunion with the loverwbo had tome so near being her husband occurred to her In ten yenrs she wotild be free She knewthatsbe was innocent and she knew the girl who had committed the crime for which she was accused But what could she a prlaoner do to prove the real For ten year her hands would be tied Then per haps she could begIn to w ave the thread of evidence And If she sue ceeded Suppose Johan were still without a sweetheart Ah then she would need her beauty She would not mar ItIby striking her bead against the wall From that moment her looks were all to ereBut there was no way of watching It to note If It waned One article of toilet was depled the women prisoners mirror Often they would plead r1th their jailers for the coveted glass hut it was never granted them Asthdycars passed I cua more and more longed to soc a reflection of her fea turcjs She asked her fellow pris oners fif her comeliness were growing less The most kindly of them told her that she was every day more beauti ful A few inhuman beings tpldxber she was growing homely Which should she believe Obi for a bit of jnirrot vjBnJhe tiritea jfo get one glimpse of liar facerrJ Rena was seventeen when she was and had served nine years without ever having had that glimpse Her hair bad been cut when she entered the prison an liiraa not Jong enough for her to eeTl One day a hair cane out in her hahd It was white Slie Dulled out aidther Jfj tno a j IOLOTHINGTTHirt 18 00 to3000 i l loch Berman Cos Suits 500to20 HT A Seinsheimeri Co Youth J Suits 500 to12 50 HAiSeinsheimer Jps Chil dren8 uils250tb750 I Mens 52in Overcoats 750 to IJ95 00r i Mens RainCts750 to i2000 Youths 1250 Oyercoats 350 tol jEj to2750 Hats All of the latest Fall andin ter shapes in Mens Hats We cordially invite you to visit us jDefore making your pur chasest y possession Theta criminal sentenced I was wnite Tney were nil white A prison offlclnl came along thejcorrldor She stretched forth her hands and with streaming eyes Implored him tf bring her for Just one moment a mIr- ror He shook Ills head and passed on The tenth year bad halt passed and R6na was looking forward to freedom and a possible vindication when one day an ofllclal came tollier and told her that till girl who had committed the crime was dekd and before her death she had confessed all to n priest A6 soon a the formal Ipjral papers coutft be executed the Innocent one would be permitted to leave the prison Then camo word from lounn that be had loved Hjena always though be had believed her guilty lie bad tried to conquer his love but Ithud grown stronger each year He would not be free to come to her tiltthe next day but be woud cOme then Rena dreaded the meeting When her lover would see tnt her beauty had gone that her hair was white be would surely turn away from her She did not ask for a mjrrpr nowj she dreaded to see what her face was like She would wait and notet by her lovers expression ybea he saw her whether it was pleasing or disagreeable Tue hours till jie camo were hours of torture She had but little hope thatt any iofNher beauty remained and be Moved that her face was as wrinkled as heriI 1yas white But walL She would see whttit was in Johans byes She sent wpruto him to bring a mir ror when ho cake Johan was there at last A jailer camel to Renas eel and said she was wanted He led hereto a reception room where IIhestoo alone A door opened and a man with grizzly hair and habitual me1anchol stamped on his face entered He stopped looked at Rena eagerly as thoughVonfused between two pictures plcturegof tho then and the now Presently aleas arable expression began to steal Artec his features as a pleasing dawn rises In the sky and starting forward be took her in his arms MymyshO gaspedis it all gone JOhan For the love of Od tell ineand tell me truly It Is different sweetheart There Is a splendid contrast of young face and snowy hair Here look for your iclf He held up n mirror Hens turned away her etDont be afraid You will be pleased Rena turned and looked For A merj went she seemed stunned by her white hair but gradually her face lighted with an expression of relief and satls ficttoa CRACBSBTHEIf WEEKS Nw Fia1n IeCkWar IJkw f Hctes Ik Beckwjear re co ptaatly arr1vig A youg society ma lonltrit talk itay how Wftiwo lotig ends rthe Kilt braid Each end was finished with little gold tasseL Tbe fashlpn baa bees variously Improved upoa aa4 there are nOw the little gold neck bag oijtonML tied at cue I8 la t 1ttUett made bew walle fyur eadn with ttffiel8 of vary In Ieqtk auy ilL 1EieI bag Linen anti CottonsT Best Bqrdered Caicos Sc Hoosier Cotton 5c Hope Cotton 8it Apron Ginghams 6c i Canton FJanneli 5c Y iBleach Outing Bc J5 in Linen Crash lOc V 1 4 ytiWomen Childrens Cloaks greMet Display this heivily prices to Womens Cloaks 7SHOES iit Floersheims Fine Shoesfbr Men in Patent Tan Oxblood for oOO Douglass Fine iin Patent Tan and Oxblpcxl for5O Bovs in Patent and Tau 250 KrippendorfDirtmah tos fine Shoesifcfor W6ineo2 to 400 f IC B Women in Kid BoxCalfand ICangardo Calf 175 T t C E Shoes for Boys ih Pateit Box Calf and Kangaroo L75 to 25pk 4 Fullstoclf Mehs Boys RightJ Top Shoes inj and v 1jj Blankets 124 Blankets worth 3 50 for 2 50 X 3 124 All wool 7 00 ll4 All Wool Blankets worth for 600 114 All Wool Blankets worth 650 for 500 10 4 All Wool Blankets 300 4 00 4 50 Full size B id Comforts for 1 00 LAi Fall size Cottonlllled 1 OI Silkplinei Comforts 200 to 60i v E W p i 3 5 f CUNNINCHThiVVDUNGThN p Hamburg RIes Wash cupful of rice put It In a kettle and add an onion cut fine teaspopii Iful salt a pound hamburg teak And or six cups bolHng water season lto taste Let It cook slowly and un covered as it burns If covered ttx takes tboUtaurbour and a half to codk When the water has almost cooked away cover and set on back of range where It will keep hot aud finish cook lug by its own steam WallsJ two ounces of borax in two quarts of wa tel and add one tablespoonful of am mania Use half this quantity to each bucket of water Do not use soap Wash a small atnount of the paint at a time and dry with a clean clotM 10th Helped t physIcianwaserlck the Great In his last illness One day the kIng said to hIm You bav I presume sir helped many alma j into another worldrThis was rather bitter plirfor the doctor but the dose he gave the king in return was judicious mixture of truth and flattery Notso many as your majesty uoi wIth so much honor to myself Iminei Tart Retort I When James GV lUalne was a member of the house of representatives he once had a spicy debute with another l member who Was doing some ffillbus tering The remarks grew cuirilinutedhi r filibuster t On another cuslonl shall ask the gentleman from Maine to take supper with me in hell There was a moments silence and then Blame bowed lowe he rcplleff- 41 thank the gentleman for bis kl1d1 ly Invitation I have hail many invita tions in my ule but this Is the first time I have over lipea i3kcd to visit Democratic headquarters Two Large iff An optimistic sort of a chap who mad tho best of everything got lost I nloncame on they made camp but al though they were hungry thy had shot no game and had nothing to cat With a peifectly serious face this fel low looked at his comp ufnn anti nli uIt we only bad EOiue htm wed haehtilUllnd eggtvlf wo only ipJ i some eggs KILL THC COUCH AM CURT LUNG WITH Dr1Kiigs 1IJIf1room I OLOATRS 3pQ Misses and l f bIak- tan red navy and Copenhagen bluTheof Cloaks ever shown in markfet W b btfand will make move them to 350 tl2000Misses CMu 2 5f to 10M Chiklrensthaks125 U40 and Shoes DoujlasShoesfor 50 Jhbesr and black tan rti BlanketslCOO for 800 and White Comforts alf pr lOc up rub a exchanged JrJlDiI SCARPKTSts tll Cotton Ingrain CarPt 35cvv v v i r04Uriion zf C p Ingrain CarpaU 50c i f f 4 rExtra Super Ingrain Carpets 65c Vi LTapecvtti Jpts 9Ocj Axminister Carpets 115 i g 9xll Tapestry Rugs 1V J 9x12 Tapestry Rugs 12i50i 1 v 9xi2 elvet Rugs 11800 9x12 xminigter Rugs 1 2Q 00 J l I Specials I Ip 11N LACE CURTAINS 6 00 Lace Curtain for4 5- 0500LacOurtainafor400 j 400 Lace Curtains lox Ode 350 Lace Curtainsi for 2 50 I f 3 00 Lace Curtains for 225 1 250 Lace Curtains for 190 rf ft200 Lace Curtains for ipO 150 Lace Co taing QrIfi ooi 1 100 Lace Curtuns for 65c I af t 1 t i Window Shades i X Certain PC1 i i + J a a i t BEAUTY TIPS FOR WOMEN How to Bleach the Skin Without Harming It Not one person in five hundred Snows how to feieachtbe skin Yet It Is a tiling that every woman ought to know No matter how dark theskli may be you will be good looking pro vljiedI your skin Is clear The Japa berryImanyo color Tct they are beauties TBe i Malay women are as yellow as saffron Yet they are pretty because their skins are dear The irouble with most faces is thatt they do not get wanhed enoughI wash cloth Ik not of much good forItt is top harsh and a sponge Is little 1t Othey10US spraying The facial flpray Is the best bins that was ever used upon the Amerlcnnj4Thereonce a dny nc1 woman so situated uses ripe strawber rles for the purpose alternating with a few bruised lettuce leaves JeaeStface The next day she takes a softjberry and goes over hoc skin with it She keens doing this as long as straw berries are to bchnd In certain months she rises ntipe cucumber Slit cutsit rubs the juIce4n her face and then washes It off In warm water There are good bleaches though that cant be jnade without going to thC chmuist and one of these is thq earn flour bleach fake enough corn sour tfihlan after dlutier toffoe run Thprj ought to be no1 lumps in and no roughness H should bt iis f oft as face powder Kqxt take a bas1acf boiling water and zulda teaspoonful of borax powder io it Into thia throw the cup of corn flour Let Jt staad a little while to strain Use this mixture upon bo face and hands It willmake themi soft and white And the atae te truewtor verysooUuJlgtototheakhrc11 HoWtoDo Uv Curtails rOn way to Uo rf riiriwius thatku 81Unstead of hither Irbutoir or stretching Baste a broadlsh bqnt at the top and bottom and run into each a stout cur tahipolc front which yqu have scratch ed off tilt the paint Stretcii smoothly upon the pole pt each end then haifjf up to dry The weight of tafe lower pole rill straighten anil smooth It 1OR c tfjly make roosu for one tbh- ftig ctn if yts cnti4ec pis t Rtrerri3tt telI or 4s I ouis tlry lwugj11 uerai t w1eii they nre nil de tJf fithe h Btc wid press lightly Uh aa sea tb ta WoriB rathe UwaJw T RuUietVCrtafi l RhIt oL ttMIpoleskfe left wet the spots a lLta fii put Before urtalin arXTHli in the wash they tlioW tie briisSed iwt IlifeJ ea free frpra alj JUst slid jaca jeMl tie jqjleezeil sail moved jap U tinltn W = U8tliii iiteatt f rtt2J t coil ana rune taeas aMi 1M e t MMI aiiVfputneed to beyMteer freaat ertar B areh- tbeia gatiy waAeatm wt 1 liewh flMA 1RabYlJutetiaN exjUaietTi ajad BOt so coayenieot to carlo for bab ataefollowing Buys bambo aiaelc rHIr the kind taat retalia f c i75 ft rackas tour laelYe Pad j IiaObuon top joinedl liy Itttte bat lvry thing required foe baWi ebaiiUte j wKnjr the various articlee aMat Beedadfor j babjs toiict gach jte pewder aoap phi cnshloni tiny bruhaod coab ttttle Bc6rs toilet wateretc 911 tlie Seer oiSd shelf put bib b m4i IOkdp1- nflg blankets Op tbtW Mf paces ua sot tower aM bteup kbis Oh the botlettt abetf prt Wttte qullta etc Tae kaofe an aafal to bold 1Iturafcfata wtapperu and sacks wMte thtbar Nterbcloths An eilewa ftiaeiel petmay be lung oaofte con rfor kiattoff bottIarm watte jcaaiaka ta lia hig baby This arraBgtaot teJM aa tic room Is light in weiffct iaaajr be easily carriedajoet- Hw to OMM Watiat Painted walls m bet a taryeteic1kNy le the rOoIM used a great dealIMCta M ta tiaCaan and sewiug New If lUief JaafI tee carefully treated the aaiate4 walls may be kept aa Jfrlj ad pretty when uelby eleiileg aLrIbilwa A onchnlf n uftuLott Wsui lou- thoroughly dlse4vd to1t pall of warm vatet Wi1be IIII- withhsaotLwsslIeI rtalfc or Waifca istal1 spie at a rt I l Wipe dry Iss d1sts4i wfta 1 Aa tt cloth I4wt was TJw afeaf ati fa P wy waah nuulon is to put IIrf r letfa sjt warm water ad riblt well wJflwbit p then wart as yei roqataatfchMt e WIUIc wet lroe It OI trtIdtand rhea dry tith ft as r7 wMahig H until all e the Mifsuiia fl ft th n koe lot t vjp Weaawfl- MVthki way It win ofllt a Bstiiapt HPh boo Hw bIs AwyJaiUse s plae tWdlrectly bciieaA tike ejfea pfm gAly arettad tJw ottter eomanr tad upward follbwlof H e codtoac ef Htp agpe This remtftJ also ii 8a laiTolIeuiIliq tfie ejraf Mi ebeJ be ftT tev ncAiipIu uaa s yfcj was IIT h tI wa a pifEo- tE aad ls Hla Tfl and so oJd physicIan tJ1loQUDe wlth Welt sir aad tt that OOM thep What would JW AiT- 1ft ksd Jrireo to Wf eIW HId A- tm nWs Tbei1r I would I t nto be W and grlaali kt ai n ke baa threat It to aafrfl aVoit his cast woptA be hope PrT T Wr TTIJJ1Iw z OR UT BURTON fMWDCNT DENTIfcT TEETH fXTWCTED 1tvrrI4uTPAINr taI 1IPllIJ PjpNGlJP qAll DoaUT Work Strictlyv FirstclassJ DTl JGSIIIU- DLru tM SIr r oiii hours 8 k 9 tn 1 to 2pm3 Oftoe oYerlKTaydpns Drugstore Jl I L rriPtonMJj MktOJerIse 1cInt H II 1aICC N 38 wJFGR1GSBYl SiATTORNEYT LAW 00000 y ro4qs ik RWFIZt1i KY J D r M W HYATT t Oce 9ver Rod Cross Drug Stert Office hburs r Hyatt 1030 rm toi2 m 4 t6 5prn r JOHNY MAYES FUIEbL ultCT11fl tfDlHWiMlQLA i tKitFHbNElYlS A T4 8PRIGFIELUJIl idPltCe To Stop Weinvite our Washington and Nelson cpunt f irietods when in Ii6uitvilla and looking fora place tostop to calt onSusaWe ava several ilittlji Firiiislied Booms which we will let for lodgers for A shOrt or longstay at rBisonI b1eates to atedon the Northwest corn i pf Seventh and Market Sts frviWinsatt w JohnEoeien Pride ofWashingtn 1 OR Springfield Choice- Manufactured by J JatboeC iw pay highest market price for grain If yon want the Best FLQUE ask your grocer for Fit TIIat ThII Whtoh s mm a ii MWi liver sad ki aMLve bows4wen you dont want w eM aM r twigiM to OMited Takt UMS Pills ISsy s tHU uoik MtIereintIIe bow1eere eeetlpMlon bilious ails aMc kMdMlM sad all other lazy ttvirtewbtef Swnpla free en request r 2S Deees Cttt Only 25 Cents tMt kf CtIM UWC II co It Uri FrW Sate M SprisjeId by Hmydon J Robertson l L VOLVIN I 1 rf 1PS14cL tkILKMMscrTY Wb Pckt- Ftnet- OhMper Than Wood IwSrrTTie Wwett priced tood hiUnCial kwm awl far ImfeneB built Write for wa wJocJf LaLLBFThcEco MMtIr L TIU 0 4 4 liy i fldvng Skin Diseases jbinjiIiZcxi A liquid fer external me Xctno Ivtjnstant bfandprmaneidycuresaiyforn f ItcbmgSkm or Scaip diicatc All Dremt Write for wmpi I W j AweMoJ Co1 S Loit doeru I 11 TOIN iN W rt t1Local Happenings of The Freshest and Latest f AIUlMHt Yourself FrleBds I t1 ftiNl Acquaintances ti r rPool Tobacco All Sold 0j The Tjouisyille morning papfersJl of yesterday report the sale of the remainder of the pooled i cropi The purchasers in ctseirere the independent thisl ria nth prices paid were same tisHhose paid by the Amer j Can Tobacco Co The amount of tobacco remaining after the recent deal was about 20000000 pounds and the Utn realized was about 3750000 This is tha lastof the pooled tubacco all of which has been sold at a handsome figure DtItageonin house Apply to JohnW Lewis Anew mail carrier arrived at- the home offMr John Hall carrier on route Number l vejon Monday Every promise qf the Reci Cross Drug Store about Miona stomach tablets is fuifilled Guar anteed to cure or costs nothing 50c t The little daughter of Mr Hugh HaU who makes her home with Mrs John Holderman is very ill with appendicitis Miss Jessie Childres and Mr C R Kaskey of Marion county were quietly marriedi at the manse by Rev R E O Lawson Tuesday eveningI i AngelineUicolsi a colored girl died V6f tuberculosis Tuesday morning Sbe was a selfrespect ing deserving girl and was welt resp ctedbytbe white people She will bVburied ttfday S M Caw pbeli reports conn ty COUIt day as follPwsc 8 year ling heifer 1235 per head 7 yearling steers 15 per head one cow 35 bay mare p85 1 colt 37 1 bay 2year old 95one brown horse 120 black mare 45 plug hors 40 four ponias from S13 LO to p36 one old wagon 30 one buggy J6I Tne4jgiitte JGI T4y tDowlinsteam of this place cpm posed of Theo Campbell Leon Allen Jas SbultzchrisHertI lein and Will McPhersbn played the Lebanon team on the Leba non alleys the Glen Lillys win oing two out of the three games Next week a return series of gam swiH be played on the local alleys The marriage of Miss Susie Mullican to Mr Watt Wheatley will occur today at high noon at 1 Rose Church t Miss Mullican is the attractive daughter of Mn JVm Mullican Mr Wheatley is the son of Mr Wheatley of ibis county and is a young manof sterlirg qualities l The top notch for egg prices has been reached this fall Mrs Oscar Walker brought twenty three dozen eggs to town yestei day and received twentyfour cents a dozen realizing the sum of 552 The merchant will realize a small profit charging as townspeople twentysix ceut Last Wednesday jffternoon a ibout 45 oclock the people of own were startled by the alarm of tire It was discovered that the stable of John L Barber was in fire a din a short time the drec mpny was oa the scene andTsooi had the fire undercon trpll utiip the barn burned for soime time The origin of tLe fire is not known as no one was known to have been in tile loft whee the fire originated Mr Bart rJs los wasubput100 with no insurance Democratict precinct comrnitieei mOn ere elected last Saturday an they in turn met iVloiday to organize the couity mm toe I Jos Polin was elected countv chairtaan and F B Noe Secr tary after whicsh the committee adjourned The committee at present is composed of the tolI owing members Frederick town G E Edelen Mporesville I M Walt Willisburg J J tnipt4 Nortbj Geo Bowen Hendrep W L Graham Much Vilte J A Glllispie Pot sVille Wfl Milburn Springfield No 18 F B N e No9 Marion i mpbellKit drash Grove TJqbt Thompson II invitations havebe en issued to the marriage of Miss Elizabeth lJ IIOPICS J ccv Mclntire and Mr Nathan A Cooper ot Louisville which irilli therJCathedral of the Assumption this afternoon Both of these people were born and fe voungj this county and are related to ptjominentjijclritire is the daughter of the late Jas T Mclntire and Mr Cooper is a son of the late Nath an Cooper Mr Cooper is now aldfiscdnnecte rl ONeal ONeal V IA gentlemen from Missouri is a traveling salesman incidentally remarked t9 Mr W EL McElrov salesman in Rob ertsonClay brooke Cos store jtht be was a neighoor of Mr Berry in Missouri son of Mr Kicnard Barry whose name appears on the marriage bond of Thomas Lincoln andNaucy Hanks Mr McElroy then took the gentleman to see toe mar riage bond which is in custody of County Cerk W FBookrf who Very gladly showed the gentleman from Missouri that Washington couny haV the documents ofprqtif of the mar riage x f the parents of the im moraLincohit Last Friday at her hoirie at Mackville Mrs Sue Sweeiey died of Tmeumpnia Mrs Swee ney was the widow of the later Wm SYeen ySe waS 74 years of age and was a highly J1 respected lady of the Mac vtlle community The funeral servi ces were conducted Saturday from the Christian Church of 1rtyeor Thanksgiving Service Union services at 1030 oclock this morning at the Presbyte rin church Rev J S King pastor of tfie ME church will deliver the sermbnandRe W H Williams and Rev R E C Lawson will assist in the service Everybbdv invited to attend Young Couple Wed Mr Edward Bailee and Miss Ora Yancey were married at the horne of Rev Roddy in this city yestprday afternoonat 5 oclock The groom isa popular young gentleman and is a member of the tjrm of L H Salle Bro The bride is the attractive daughter of Mr and Mrs D Yancey of Mackville Tile brid al couple left at 6 oclock for tjouisvillellarrodsburg 7iadd1 Clark Wallace The marriage of Miss Mamie Giark and Mr Albert Wallace willoccur this mpVning at nitie o clrck attheresidenc of Mr Charles McV horter KRV W H Wi Hams will perform the cirenaouy Onlv a few intimate friends will be present Mjiss Clark has made her home with Mr and Mrs McWhorter for several years Mr Wallace is from Stanford wuerehe and his bride will go today1 r Cambron Vise Miss Alma Cambron of Fred ickstowjb and Mr Robert Vise formerly of this county now of Malfcoon II1 were married at ibe Mantcn church Tuesday morning at High NuptialMass The bride wdrea openhagfnl tjllue silk gown with hat to corre spond and car Ml bride roses Af e the weddiiig the bridal barty with a few intimate fri tfdi tnd relatives were Sir ved withr oreukfast at the home of the brides parents after which Mr nd Mrs Vise left for a trip to Niagara They will go to Mat toon Iii to live upon their reI turn from their bridaltrip Goatley Kelly The imarjtiageot Miss Margait et Goatiey to Mr B ilk Kelljr ws solemnized Tuesdaiy after noon at three oclock at St Rose church Tne bride was tastefully attired in a tailored suit ofr blue broadcloth and carried an armbjuquet of whttechrysanthe i muoDJs Miss Mary Haydpn lanff I Promise Thee and Miss Katie Cain the regular organist played the wedding march and the recessional Mr Pat Kelly and Mr Gilbert Dohahuewdre the ushers Mr aud Mrs Kelly have a host of friends who w sbtbetn many years of happiness o iTi I tr ted DANGER out WithJJ N6 charges when plateZ IfiDone in this office is firstclass 5 in every respect and just as ad- vertisedi ft WYSTALLARDDJSiSpringfields I I MM iiI CatleHCoffee t fc At three oclock tbis afternoon jthe marriage of Miss Myrtle Catlett and Mr George Martin Coffee witl be soiejnnizedtiat the lBaptist church R vw H Williams the pastor officiating prettilydecorated festoons of cedar and myrtle formingropes of green extend iing frpm chandelier to walls rndan arch of the same under which the briaal couple will stand The ushers will be Mr Will Selecman and Mr Walter Royalty Mrs Byron Croak will have charge of the music The bride is a daugnter of MrG D Catlett the jailer and has held a position in the local t lephone exchange The groom is manager of the Grtensbnrg Telephone Co and is a highly respeclted young man Toe brideelect nas received many handsome presents one specially deserves mention a beautiful set ofsIlver knives and forks accompanied by a card on which was typewritten Presented bv the Courthouse clique lawyers county officials and city officials The groom will be accompa nied by his sister Miss Mary Coffee Messrs D K4Cambrcm and Clavton Vaughn After partaking of a snmp ituous wedding dinner the bride and groom will Jleave at five oclock for Greehsburg where ithey will reside Death1 of John Mackin Mr Jdhri Mackfn who former ly lived in this county died ofI pneumonia at his home in South Junction Colvl last Sunday Mr Mackmwho was born andJreared in thi county moved to Colorado about 45 years ago and engaged ln fikrining at whicli he had been very success ful He WaS abrotherof Mr Mike Makih who with four sisters survives him He visited his brother and sisters and friends of whom he had manyv about six weeks ago The buriallwasathis home in Colo ado J j Nptib to Hunters 1JWe the undersigned notify all hpnters that our lands are posted nd- hintIng onour premiseis forbidden AJll hunters are warned to stay off or tnev will be prosecuted Lor tresspass Oscar Walker W G Grundy C L Grundy T A GrundjI J H Nalley E J Brown JE Anderson George Lear County Teachers Association As announced last week the semr annuali teachers association wiH be held at the Opera House in rPFin field to morrow A splendid program will be ren dere4 As this is a school holi day ior all the teachers who at- teudtthereis good reason to expect every teacher to respond to the roHgall The trustees and other friends of education are especially in vi tad to be present at thisineet ing There Will be room for allj and all are rged to attend The meeting wilt oph at 9ai m and close hti m Mrs Her 9rt vieugel Secre taryof the National Associathh jOr Wortions Clubs will address th meeting iiu the after nqon in jthe interest of the School lui ptovcnnf League This league hifor its purpose the btter metof the schools through wise econpmical legislationl the culti vation of higher school ideals itcproyiug and beautify ingscWool h use ard grounds bongertd ms of school equipping and fumE h ing school house be ter prepaf Cation of teachers etc Come and hear tlnsinteresting woman 4J W BuH I f sell higb Kitjdo DrjHead ewing Machine at S15 until December 1st Guaranteed for 10 years this regular 25 and the very best madeSSSEd M Russell Taken Up 7At the Fair Grounds a gray Jersey heifer Owner can have i same by proving property nL paying costs LD Baker Jv III Mr Jiobert EICNAL- I Mayes wilj come home from Btatri College Lexj ifigton Friiy and bring hisi ShankTn to lend ltricngjMr Wharton vacatipn entertained Monday evening in Bessie CaldwellI 1and Mary Irvine of Danville Miss Sallie McElroy gave a yevoningvine as guests of honor- Mrs W W Ray is visiting mbther Mrs Mary Fughes and JterMr James Alletijat aloomffeldIEtta Dutfcan of Georgetown Texas who haye be ti Visiting friends m Nelsonl county have returned to mak Mrs T S Mayes a visit before returning totheir home Miss Louise Medley has re turned home from Louisville where she vjsited her sister MrsI W B McCaWley Miss Francis Martin left yes terday to spend Thanksg lng with her cousin Miss Florence Liyneof exmgton- Mr J Irvine Wfsettandtwo children have returned tp Louis ville after a weeks visit with relatives here Mr ohnClemeAts pf Lebanon was in town Monday Mr GQ DuncJan is in Louis vile Miss Flaget Sims left Tues day for ti visit with relatives in Atlanta Ga t MrjGeorge Medley lleft Tues day fpr an Eastern trip Mri and Mrs Conrad fertlein are vft1rigfrlends in Louisville Mrs Frederick Manget is visiting her parents Mr aud Mrs John W Lewis x Msw K Robertson and daughter Margaret are visiting Mr and Mrs P G McElroy at Williamsburg 1nd Mrs JHarry ferown f Lebanon spent Monday i- nt4 John Shuck McElroy and Jack McChord are tit home from Ctintra Uniyersitv for Thanksr giviug Little Florence Ragsdale daughter of Mrs Mary Ragsdaie tiben quite sick with pneu ponia this week Mr R C Crajcroft and Mr Jerome Cooper who have been guests of Mr and Mrs Charles Rx Mclhiire have returned to thmc homes in Meade county- Juc1getB Thurman went to West Pbint llast Sunaaytci visit his sister MrsT Sv Wright whose littlXdaugbter Ljzze has undergone one operatipn for appendicitis Ipd twp mibre for complications arising frbin the first operation he Iriendtf of Mr and Mrs W igbt deeply sympathize with them in their severe affliction of their only chIld V 11 Mr Ben F and Mr John F Simms wore in Louisville Sunday Elizabeth the little daughter of Mr and Mrs C J Hadon kill f scarlet lever f kisses Isa Colyin and Margie Tapp are visiting in Fairfieid Miss Nellie Simms will be at home from Nazareth Academy for ThanksgivingS Misses Myrtle Beisie and Pearl Campbell were in Louis yule Monday Mr and Mrs James Royalty iv ere called to Bar rod burg today to attend tbe ujieral fMr Royal tyP siser Mrs M b Searcy is on the sick list this week Dr W V Staflard and Mr J A Johnston will spend the week with Dr Stallards parents at Fairfield Rev W H Williams wil leave Monday for Kansas City for a weeks yisit Ms Mary Muloney Dean of Louisville visited friends here last week J Miss Josie Lee spent Saturdayy in Louisville Mrs RHrMcElroy and daughter Miss Annie were in Louisville Saturday MrandMrs TA Hardesty are viai ngoMrs E A Lanham in Louisville Miss Bessie Cald well ancjl Misijij May Dppinpf Danville are guests of th irnntMrsA U McEli roY ft IMi Margaret McChord willj entertain with ft dance tbe even ing of December 18 at Tb Stilbftch where ib and her a I parents Mr and Mrs CO McChord are now residing The guests of honor will be Misses Mary Prewitt Stuck arid Emily Houston Brown two of the seasons attractive de batantes Mrs Kate Williams ard daugh lIterj Mabel will spend Thanks giving at FredericrtOwn with Mrs Williams mother Mrsll Conner They will celebrate Thanksgiving the anniversary of Mrs Conners marriage and birthday of Mr Joseph Conner and it is with pleasant anticipa tions the family gather to cele brate the day Eleanor Duncan left yes IMISS mbrningto spend Thanks ArL Jenkins of Cincinnati hisIguests at dinner llat Sunday Messrs M SG tieachman Benr Had n Jr Henry Lee Root Npe Walter Ray ouroeI and Marshall Duucan Mr Clem S Hill of Lebanon was In town Monday Mr Walter Forsythe of Har rodburg Wttsmtbwn Monday vIsitinglMr 4oe Wycoff pf Mackville who wis bookkeeper for the American Tobacco Companylast yeir at Lebanon will flit the same office for that company hre this season Mr and Mrs A EHndley of Lebanon were pver county cdurtdayS i DrJ H Lampton is out again after severall weeks illness Mr M S Davisont LQuis yule spent Sunday with his brother El L Davison Mr andiMra H P McOb rd of Lebanon cameoyer Saturday for a visit With Mh and Mrs W T McElroy Mrs W F Grigsby and little son are visiting relatives at Maple Hill Mr W F Grigsby4 spent Sun day at Mapl Hill Mrs B D Lake and daugn ters Mildred and Mary return ed from Louisville Monday after a Weeks visit with friends Mrs E A Laftbam of Louis Ivillespent few day with her daughter Mrs T A Hardesty IlastMr Eugene Neal of Missipi catrie Saturday to take his daagh twr Lillian whom Mrs T A Hardesty has had charge of three years to his home in the South lThey left Tuesdav3 Mr S J Hudgius of Louis yule is visitngMr C F4 Bosley for a season of hqntingt MissLettie Barber of Lebanon is a guest of Mrs C F Bpsley Mr Thornton Meyer of Bloomfield spent Monday with his con sin Miss F Mi Martin STh w F Trtigty was in Morei be id on business last week Mrs W FTiustyandcbildren- bav returned hotrie after a visit to New Hope G D Duncan was m Louisville yesterday Mr G F Carponter his returned to his home in labama after a two weeks stay with his wife who is with her Imbtber Mrs JA Tong who is very sick Mrs G1 F Carpenter spent Wednesday in Louisville Whirlwind Caippaign for Education in Kentucky Every trustee every teacher j every parent every patriotic man and womanall are urged to be present at the schoOl raily at Presbyterian church Spring field Sunday November 29 at 11 am at Baptist church vlackville SunJay November 29 at 7 p mf Everyone who is interested in the cause of j education Bhpnld avail himself of the opportunity to be presebt at one orboth of these meetings The State Superintendent has arranged to have a number pf speakers to Visit every county in the State within the next few diys Prof J SDickey 6f Bowling Green t as been assigned to maketwo addresses inWashingtiicobnty one at Springfield ahd the other at Mack ville Prof Dickey iU one of the strongest and rnpft enthusiastic met in the fState and should b greeted by a full hjueat both places He is a verf tntertainig Ulker as will Son of the auMt practical organizers thatpwe b verrt1s tees teachers a l school officer- sareurxed kra1 d these met LingeL 2 r t r r tII tl LLadies t r o a I 1 iC l tWhen You buy KnitUh rvNrt i the Best the IIII MERODEjI Its cost iis very little mote and you rComfort as well as Long Wear For Fit and Finih they are unsurpaspdS I Full line of Union u its and separateL garments in different Weights always on hand for Ladies Misses and Child1 rran i 1 IWea1socarrraJineofChsApr IKilit nnderiear forf UfliesjJ I t Ls8b1irsISee- Out h I PEdAL VALU fc I Ladies Fleeced RiW SiirU ni Dnwi Iat250 theGarimL TWyM t JufiijiiV seams good eftb tape aioic 4stMpd PearlButtoaa11i k 4 GREAT IIfinished A it IN gone l Cornea in aQsuM I f t ymm Wfe j I ONX flOSIERY JT Best Mad We hay tlis ia I Rt IIthe and colors TryaPairIrPJ3- i c rt and Girls at Ipc 15caJ2c 1 I ExtrAValuesS Fun Hne of Best MakesinMnancJ I Boys Underwear on hand e l MertsoBClayhrooic Gt I INOORPORATS fI tIU WHEN f 1 jjS J Down town step in anfd ji I have a Cup of Rot Chocolt tBeef Tea Tomato Bullion s k Egg Phosphate Fried Qyiv j ters Oyster stew Anytime jof the faye c Fresh Ojsterst AT ALL TIMES EkTRk SZLZCTS i SKATU HERrLE 4 liIi Hi 1 JIJ i7 I l derctood by our patroDa1 ether p eye 4 U Becide tsmtielactiop dF pMsr it1 and more stylisiuMe Aty fie IIIPa n Db I 1 faction which cooMe Mftlj wits E 1tI We cany all the correct Awbt a l i I the wanted widths l1leagthy a d WS 4 NOWjto fit YOU i I I We ftMf Itt i Queen Quality for Lad t J Eclibf for MenSRed School House and lyanLhyw for Boys and Girl r I The old Reliable Selzrtothin b ta on the market v See our Naptha Calf water proof wtor tierShoe for Men IIThe besttfline of Shoes ta Carti 71 lGru cY r- Mo TRpS Fruit lid Oruleitti Everything for orchard Ian ndJ ard n We have nosgmF- ree catatpgue H P fflLLENMEYJBil SOJIll J rYLeII sHave You lwa F vefl It JDQ you wani o ketter yowr- cd wh lion Ift ior tirrite as I wit the Pos osMres ot i00p K4Kk1 i- J Sltennaa TOM DWfttsMiasflElkt Fill rcHL tUWtteJ are wockL4 ss psri Peyetlcs iwUt csak M i4 t JAd prevcadcs are trak1w N tfra a SsI P AireitUeM n JIMf1I JtT a iauv Ni1s iRUM = 1 IsM c 1 r TI T TWTJ11 T T7 1111 r n AkakeinABollkt MNNtujdMuImyAJs 1IrrFitIuJt epgbyDdthepteii H kgtv jg the sdvice o yw o4 TF1biQtO ity1bti r HtJi Lbd9pn ecf t M ti iood prescip o pbarmacjr OMoalf ounce XL laid Extract ilion one 1e4- e irilis Mix lby shakia 4ti l and Uike s te apoM oli afl i4it bsde ads mixtars at the first gn bf es or you f rLJII kid vs re otetiag juet right1 This isiiIit be a aacerr1s11 rs jot if j wh cdby t r toe blood which the IjI AZIdeeys xaL to flier Oat Any H Isu easily prepare this at lbgc batam1FcoM r tjprecrp tjcan ifbLr i tmmf prfer tljj ii1I CMuvoind the mixture for thm I1 wesk stoach n iicaiywil1 he occ It the IoI asdjFeL 4ei- to be aUtket 4dIaarily ro osly take Kodol now 14t Mat b e Me It completely dl tbi aId l IVI for ye So1d byed drug storett It u logical thatpouring drags Wlp tie s4ooi ch will not cure V lrtiftrrhiji tite hesJ Hjomei ad clIbi1ikNckes tb etof tJJ 0 fbyElC iDugloe jeVt j ltlKwgh Frank Jfetm pf r ismy county is a convict he iis eyisIae ofrtY ttuLobebwped while beingi ikin turday to thltsail fpr rtoo a Arioe1 iiizwhicrhe fr1 W9bt ii tht Federal It IaP J GtI LP4 Ad1h rniis3 JQrI LS 4andq Itittn ilrh i3 iitYs are telling what they rte Lved but it is dertafm thitf heR Martin quo the pen tie rill have tDOrflltbD whence rIi j4yV While Martin wasin I cmsiody rf esHeriff of Caseft ou1flt7ID ridipCoJl theIlit tToad on his way ho e iJ aontbs ago t iiiuIjir trT in WiJich he w l t iKictctiaf d with a freiuhtr HibBridgeci Iai Ja llpd 4bri iilWstierif wasutf for be could not get t JI JJiJ1o dzqnags- Jfrtiante be was sitting by the it JiW P7 lrro9 1aj Dwi5o- No2288thS Atsai Tr1Cd r 8COB8mendaa edy fi stoacIf trowble Sheb ier 11e wsderfu1j effect f Electric Bitters iff a 3se qI tids testi r ais fully coavince4 that l ffr sioaack am4 liver troubles lec I tric Bitters b the bcfCrr iarohlKe Mai5tdi Tis roat I i pvnflerthe Hopa and is especially helpf ml in all forans of fe a fl S ydoS j Hw U Ks p VWrts Fr h sybe kpt frsssyern1 brftII rMI pspor w1 the tenis ajii efl Tbwf set Into 4s 5hi oI rr VIvti iVIt5Rtmake a luke I ptsIwJtIi xd brand- erns tI jat as wo MfliMMi e FAMc llKAld be tWIetIngJsFrt t n the veL w sbakI arid ll f I ft4itea thick J sW r- kWfe wd N orskr oi J ItAI atuLeosd-t b ugk tt to tsu li th hit d tii wIeI t tnrkey- a 5V OUNDJN t hi 4I wooDs UU- 4WrAC CopyrUfhtcd f 1ltrOvernight the street corner had bIos TtLgJt with unpaInted pine chest t jS5by the roaster piblch Mat witith fragrance of the ljl fii V Lcrlspjang In then sent the emU EM procession of wbfkers aSougjat a wt pacev Only an occasl9rial dere Jjqt sattntered liloug at tc laggards jjr QTeriicad a thin haze veiled the iltr IUftuglug the blue of the blond lIC4 firmanieutftOi softer tint and rUi q igb this a yellow sun burned duily llaull Westford as h hurried toward the Qffice sniffed the odor of the roa- sttdiZtiiIudinlIrremIiilseent Iy Ofc4trse chestnuts roasted ina pan over a charcoal fire could not b- esjoodaswhea they were gathered to ilia Iwbod and roasted in a fire shovel It took two to roast chestnuts properly two In a cozy parlor with an open fire for the only IIlutratI- oHkuewaILabout roasting chest nutB 4twas while they were roasting chestuutsthat Carol Ryder had prom ised to be his wife Ever lnce that ritght 1thc perfume of the chestnut stands had reminded him of the girl ailiadioved and lost The course of true lovp had run with Its customry Irregularity so it befell that during one of their misunderstand lugs John Ryder Carols father had fallen upon evil times His Invest ments were threatened for lack of ready money Another man had come 5I1 rs RId and had claimed Carols kls rewjird mlstJfather to obey his wishes1and when Paul sought reconciliation he bad rfound that it was too late beIklossand had prospered greatly He Jiadfound engrossment If not forget fulness in business i Yet aJvays the smell of roasting- cbestnutsbrougbt back to hluft that ilght lu the Ryder parlor and he could tee gaui that thrill of joy when He heard the whispered YesV Today it came back to him more trongly than ever a don the pages ggoC tYe Jetters be opened he cpujd isec CanislvilleiBmflSflflV Hk had never gone back to the town neyertheari th coutitry call him and the califwas not tcf be denied He arranged wlttf his chief clerk to look after affairs for a few days and that RIght he left on the sleeper for Carrlsvllle He found the town was sadly changed Paul arrived In the early hours when few were stirring and at a sleepy Packman drove a sleepier khprae through the silent street Paul felt a Jnmjf rise in his throat as when one greets an old friend and finds him that friend no longer but even more foreign than an actual stranger Thebldbrlck schoolhouse had grown Into a stone structure several stories In knight There wasu new Methodist church and many of the old houses had been replaced by more Imposing structures while in the business sec tion the store fronts had been altered to present a metropolitan aspect ItUraft not until after lunch and Paul had started out into the country that jlie began jofeel l jit home7 He jtooked iI1D none of Ills Old friends b1l1I Ing to findthem as sadly Changed as the village itself Mfavfrojley npjiv to tike him tb the outskirts of the town but he dr6pped ot when the canal bridge c6me In sight and the trolley turned on the road to the river The bridge was not changed It was the same low white structure from which he had dropped many a tIthe trf the deck of some passing canal boat to ride down to the lock and beg a ride back Beyond the bridge too the road looked the same The trend of progress bad been along the line of the trolley and on this side of the canal the farmhouses were unchanged They had not even mended the break In the fence where he formerly slipped through the short cut to the marsh Here the largest frogs were always toJ be caught and Paul was tempted to push through just to see if he still was Blender enough It was a sharp flimb up the hill and Paul was glad to pause and rest for a moment when he gained the cresU Below the canal wound Its way between grassy banks JheHowpath dotted with tolling mules showing white against the green Further yet the river flowed placidly ifo the churning foam ofthe rapids below andljettfeen lay the levi1l ncrei now yellow with stubble In thc it1I ley the autumn tits were not yet pro nouncod but at tit backjbn t 8fei1ie t Sidneys Ire Weakened by OverWork UnkealUtjotKiaHejs Make Impure Blood lO nsed to be considered that only urinary anti bladder troubles were toibe t 1 on kidneysBntt J sCIence proves that nearly all diseases have their beginning of1Worgans The kidneys filter and purify the blood that is their wofk Therefore when your kidneys are weak or out of order you cati understand how qUIckly yourentire body is affected and- hqw every organ seems to fail to do its dutyVIf yonarcfsickorufeel lYI1tbegin DrIKilyyill CQnvjiice anyone Ityonarirsickyoucan make no mis take by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of greatidneytan Ute highest fonts wonderful cures thenost distressing cases and is sold on its merits by all ffcA 1rnggi5blinftycent aud oft jMUr t size bottiesC Xou may hyeaileby toCphle ftelling you have1ddqeyorbtctDroiner Co Blngrll aYJ1istak we SW5ROOt- Dr s nltROOt and the ad r yonef ry bottle noignts tne woods were ciorious wita red and gOkL Paul started out at a brisk pace for nutslwereSaturday holiday the woods would e Dotted with the putplc1ero but today he had the plaqe to himself He was on familiar ground now and he head ed straight for thegrove There were few nuts on the ground but Paul was not content with these and slipping ofthls coat and vethejj swung up Into the biggest tree to shake some down He felt an odd sense of elation as lie Zoned that he could climb as well as ever In spite of city Ue and elevators and ha determined to climb to the very top of the tree It was from this same tree that he had had many a fall In his knlckerbpcker days and he wanted to show his mastery of his old enemy The pride that goeth before a fall was his and the Inevitable tutiible came He was nearly back to the bottom limb when with an omliQUS crackle oneOf the yellow branches by which fbe was steadying himself gqye way he lost his balance and fell hOar ily to the grOufad For a moment he lay half stunned then a burnltijj palnjln his ankle roused him Dragging himself to a sitting posture he cut tile laces of the boot and with his handkerchief bound the sprained ankle as tightly aft he could Then by slow degrees he made his way to his coat and slipped it nflto prevent a cold Holding to thetruak of the tree besought torise but he sank to the ground again and rerted fora moment until the sharp piin ceased There was lit stick in sight that could be used a cane and without 9fbeingof the wope vhere he might be able to attract f attention of some pedes trian oh tjj road below l thewould cm v on his bands and knees rather thv imss the night in the open He watlll considering the situa tion WhttJe spied a flash of brOwn and scart between the trees ad a girl capi slowly toward him As she camele clearly into view Paul gasped d rubbed his eyes C mlx 7 toward him was Carol Ryder not 53 he expected to find her with the we lit of added years but as young srid girlish as on that day when thy two had gathered chestnuts and iaki 1 them home to roast It see cd that it must be some vi slon for he had seen a late picture of Carpi rJ the girlishness had given place to a matronly dignity that sat oddly ou her young face This was the girl x f the olden day his Caroll and as shy approached he struggled to rise and fcjlU She came hurrylng toward liiiiiVj You harcj hurt your ankle she asked In a lolcol that surety must be Carols I jll try and jQud a stick for you to use as a cane Dont try to rise fSheff ently reappeared with a tout branch You will have to trim It down nUt me with your klllfcsbe explained It was the best I could find Is It Paul Westford she added as for the first time slie fitudled his face Its Paul Westford he assented but you cannot be Carol Tm her sister Edl hvshe exPlain- ed with a light laugh 41 was Just at the awkward age when you left and anyhqw you never had eyes for jiny one jYout j said quietly as he rOse by aid of the cane So every one tells me was the girls careless comment You had bet ter t kmy arm too It will be safer Do you thlulc you can manage It Easily e e agreed as he accepted her suggestion jmd rested his freehand lightly upon her aim Slowly they made their way to the clearing and not until they left the woods behind dld Edith stop with a little cry of dismay You never gotthenuts she cried arid you came all the way from town to get them f I came in search of old memories said Paul softly as he looked down Into the eager face upturned to blsuI thought they wefedead memories and I find that they stlll lIclThe color flooded the girls face as she turned Ilt aside but not till eyes had spoken to eyed add Paul know that he lied found his mate One Thing Was Certain When Carol was nearly four years elilltomorning when U strange little girl wandered Into the yard Carol who is an only child was delighted with the idea of a playfellow good morning little girl she called out brightly Did you te to play Itwiv me The little girl who was olderiid larger than Carol stared and was dumb Whats Y9r name little girl Carol proceeded No answer 0 Are you five Still no ansAver U Are you six The child fidgeted and grinned but rpnialucd flUent with her finger In her mouth Carol surveyed her calmly a moment and then remarked emphatically Well i dont knoW your name andl dont know how old you are but I do know ydtf arent rerj smartfor ydurjnge Delineator 1 His Lost Qppprtunities tzill the masterpieces of art and nature there Is just one that my In flriulty iirovvuts mr studying critical ly said gthe shortsighted man I never gcyj really satisfactory look at a prtttj vomaii When ray attehtlou Is directed to an especiallyfine plqture n piece of statuary a building or a beautiful landscape Inm at liberty to conic as near Vis I like4 adjust the strongest magnifying glasses I can ge hold of and study that object of iirt to iny hearts content Rut when poine bOdy says By George theres a hand some wonijui nm denied that priv liege COnventIonal Ity4 consideration for the ladys sensibilities forbid that I should study her at close range through rf magnifying glass Conse rQugb1lethnine pnliiirltiitlonly half satisfied New York Press 1 FlamTpszThe to id bePelIcanthebirdSIlIlOblesityIf1tytipi4htjexplariatlpnls that tile pelican UConrne whiIcidischarges rlnhebloJ Scotts Emulsion of God Liver Oil is the means ifepdenJoymentoIetothouunds children t When appetite fails it restores it When food is a burden it lifts the burden j When you lose flesh it brings the plumpness of health When work is hard and duty is heavy itmakes life bright Itis the thin edge of the we4ge the thick end is food But what is the use of food when i you hate it and cant digest it- ScottsEmu1sionofCodUverOil forget your stomach Send thk adv rtk rf tofctlMr with a M efps tayrUch It xvean year addraM ud low cents to eewr postaae sad we vII uad- o1a CoslettHaadiAtI of tile WW4 scoTT BOWNE 409 PeaiiStNewYat k1S CrulTtatender young chicken cut It into the usual frlccasee pieces roll It In flour that has been seasoned with salt rid pepper and fry It In fat until it is brown and tender Keep the chlckci hot while the sauce Is making ocr the sauce fry a mlhced slice of onlt In two tablespoonfuls of butter ah stir in a tablespoonful of flour Wile all are nicely browned add one ojf tin Spanish red peppers which come in icans they are known as pimentos two CUP UIII of tomatoes a biof bay leaf and a piece of thyme Stir until the sauce thickens Then add the chicken and simmer very slowly for a few mlnutcJHow to Care For Ostrich Plumes A woman who believes It a good in ttesjtment to buy handsome ostrich eeplnItlera are not in ijse She puts them ii whittIwraps paper This prevents their cbarigii color at all How to Keep Babys Milk Warm a hot water bag with one rt ICoerflannel In which there has t en made a pocket about the size o the babys bottle When going to lifj fill the bottle as usual nOd place it In the pocket Then fill the water ljg with hot water and put it at the bottom pi the babys crib covering It with a blanket says tthe Delineator When the baby wnlco for Its bottle in the night the mill will ho ready in an stant How t Rmove Mildew Mildew in y be removed by moisten placlinghew thelempn If this is not effective make a paste of soft spapto which you have added one tahlespoonful of powdered starch the juice of a lemon lid a little salt Spread over the spot and place In the sunshine How to Kep Meat Fresh Veal mutton end pork will keep perfectly fresh In warm wither without the aid of ice or salt for weeks by keep lag submerged In sour milk Chango the milk when mold appears Rinse meat in cold water when ready for Use How to Make Curative Salves Bitter Sweet SalveScrape the bark fromabout gallon of bitter sweet roots cover well with water and boll down until a pint remains Strain and add one pound each of lard rosin and beesWax Melt together and to this mixture add two pounds of mutton tal low Boll all until thick then pour placeThisbead or eruptions of any kind that should be healed For Chapped Lips Take some mar row lout of fresh beef boneg add a piece of white wax the size of a hickory nut melt together remove frpi the tire and add a piece of guni cam phor the size of the wax and an ounce of glycerin BHr until the camphor Is dissolved Add a few drops of oil of roses A Salve For Bums Stew together a1 pound each of lnrd rosin and bees war When thick add twq bottles of Juniper tare J Uses For Salt In the iaundry a handful of salt put in the rinsing water will prevent the colors from runijlng Jn prints and woolen articles A pinch in the starch will prevent it from sticking to the iron and a rough iron maybe suiopthcdby rubblqg it in line dry gait tit new prints are soaked in strong salt water before washing they will keep the color better In the sickroom too it finds a place Salt and water make a good gargle for anrtnflamed or chronic soig throat a dan outward application will strengthen the cHtest after an attack 9tt bronchitis It may be used to fprtbath of salt water occasionally is very refreshing SpotWbencTer and eyes have been used oil light colored frocks tHere are almost sure to be of veryfirsttenors and get the rustless kind Thenrub each spot of rust with salts of lemon and wash out thoroughly It may be necessary to repeat this two or tbertroubleffplain lemon Juice Soak the salt Indlput it on the spot and expose to the spn f Moyv to Remove Mildew Should the clpthes be mildewed the ijfalns niay be removed by a mixture con tailing equal parts ofsoft soap- cmi starch hdif as much common salt nod tbq Juice of halt Jembn This may bei spread over the spots and the Article should be laid on the grass all flay and all night until the stain enj Urely disappears vHo to Make Use ef Furnish geveral funnels sade of Bttff pet i plbeare vnequaled tor use when eaaptyisg cere lscppee or ptker dry attkJ slBto glass jars or inio the elM JawllleJa they arft kept I I It Builds Force1121 medicine sayButtmedlcindIcIne5nthertothe twnIycpns SotNC 1IMt Wine of Carduiefficacious womanly Vim cfBartciwile JltYltboutl I Wine otqrdut haIth bearingdopi IIIhJTEUSj 1 ETTJnrT= p79uinh3TOf THE COMMERCIAL BRANCHES fftcLU N6 WAA tlIi WI DfAunf1I cAThLo6UE pppWmTfJOWPADDRESSOWL1NG u You Want To Buy a Range r1 That willstand THE MAJESTIC test we have it I i Iis none at any than the Maj I and theprice is reasonable We also have ticII Cooking Stoves atari Ranges which we will 9ell at topeasei I Agents for thecerebrated PERFECTION OIL STOVES I I Refrigerators He make a speciality of Plumbing Tin IRoofing SHllTLZ84 RIEDEL Ha0 H LOOK rj3liN YOU BEIT THIS f THECOTQF lOOOlINSURANCE IN Business Mens Life Insurance Co LOUISVILLE AGE AGE AGE 1 20 915 32 985 44 lf 11 21 9 15 83 997 45 12 4J 22 920 1006 6 1293- 23 925 35 1019 47 1335 24 Qf305 IIC Jlqm 48 1890 25 9B5 87 1046 49 14 r j 8S 1b6455o 152 27 948 89 10 3 tp1 16 115 2a r 958 40 3103 52 17109 29 962 41 1125 58 i 1814 aq 968 42 1X501 L 54 1934- 976 43 1178 55 206S- a jFor information call on LEE VANARSDALE iII Springfield Ky I t aroadbed St on nw na the forbidden land the fact was room cbronl led and the London pressV sent cable messages to Australia telling of the escapes nnd manifold sufferings The Times received but a shbrt note which was this t1A Ravage Landof arrived nBttoday from Tibet after suf feting greatly at the bands of the na tI vesIn The following morning among the other matters of news the readers of the Times found this startling Informa tion I A savage landor got Into St Petersburg and the people of the city were terrified After difficulty thfrbeast which came from Tibet was captured taken to a re mote place Und there dlspaffctJeiJ It is said that this Is tiLe first animal of ort ever seen Iii Russia Row tbeI reached the city after bls fights the natives of Tibet which Is a com unknown jjountfy Is amYl teryr Caustic art tougla Jerrblds genius for repartee is perhaps bert shown In lila most to Albert he disliked rtnd muiently aUuRcdJ Smith grew of t etos ruflo thcoutt or the otltpKg wlf ted oaa day remarked After all JTrioJd we row la tie same bui Yi tuTie the answer hut not with The iMiwe skulls What is for to the lspine Wine of to has proven so in most cases of disease Try itMiL Tumer t I me Isuffered gooyitl N1IIook andnovl amtn good Sold eyetywbre in 100 botdt t ALL rcLEfiA WY ARE every GREAT There better price makes of prises Garden Lawn Mowers Water Coolers eWe and I Contracts E THE SOF KY j 34r 5- 526i 940j 3V Further Petersburg hairbreadth Melbourne Petersburg yesterday considerable paratlvely la- muaj4y SniIthwbom tired plalntlyeljV g2Ies Cardu ICare oF the Hands If you wish to keep your hands soft uid white keep n Jar of almond meal on the washstand Oatmeal und even cornmeal will do Justus well After washing the bands In soap and warm water rub the meal on them generous ly This will keepl the hands wonder fully soft and white Poi stains am obstinate spots keep d cake of toilet pumice stone on hand and rub the spots with this and they will quickly be re moved Dry every part of tbPi haud on a oft towel and thpn tub In a good cream that you find agrees Tvlth your skin I e 4SSHow Professionals Starch Clothes The launctrj method for starchlhr collars and cuffs is considered by som nousewlves to be much superior to the usual home jnethcil Atfrr tilt shirts nnd collars and cuffs havd been washed find dried they are ready for sitroU tug Use five tablespoonfuls of uclt- ud onehalf cup of cold Water aie Ihalf teaspoonful of ppra and a tiutt of boiling water Cook tl Etcrh f half an hour This Is to p used saoffc 1y on the bosoms coP xs and iffs of- ihlrts and on the plaited frdptn of hhrt waists g Stretch nelothtightly ori the taIln and tack It so as to Uccp It smooth The starch Avlir be like Jelly amlj should ru1ted In with t fingers Th rubbjng is not complete nntll the van oils thicknesses are As one and the itarcli then tnuft bo wined from both sMewitbad7th oocOOoooo9oooo 8 88The Safest and Oujekest Way to- T8 8II J frr i Transfer Monejr0 c 0 3JSBY P LiJiJivst h eiel lI vJ For Rates apply to Local Manager i 2 6 g Cnibsrland Teleplionc Te1egrap pllg 0j INCORPORATED i 9 QL COGO HOOOOGOOOC Ooo tt FREE 1tpToOir Subscriber W p For a limited time We will give absolutely freeef charge to each new orrenewing subscriber a years W subscription jj Ii Southeril Agriculturist lI NlHVLLLE TENNI iforty years this taper ulatIMtIiiFor n of Souther fanners Ia tq 4te NaLrlei yrit 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