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JtU C4rt ekdi i January R1y Ai1 and OotobGr CIt taDlncf ryS- I KTI1OD1TCITJICH fMlV rG S Kig aitOCj Su SyOJtkt 7Lttaad rdStIdV pwjte ol 1 30 jlkk i eY SunadayitlO r tiJc ee Y WudWI2Y- J W CATHOLIC CBUXCH SSP P Rnnew4a utbc tf iycyaY at a100ci0YO a imcvkts atSt Ro ane 1cnr PIasyrJiAI CHURCH r v R Z C Lawo Past lSSfS TI r ty iioooajat 11 a jiil7M t pair 7 jibeyqr as 10un PJa3U W tf- leyiPItljMt nf 7 oiJnc- t BAPTIST CHUJiLCH zy Wa Krison Wflhiauu Laistor fl4rvt57SInd af at lfaJJ p 1Ick eyer y t a Prayer e th- i55T01TtYear Ii a4745oclecl 4f L 1 CHRISTIAN BmtCffl ky wIi F R jcr 1 tor Set 1 Tfcca ftrtt aid f iwtli Sunday buuda it1Jlh jiJ frLraaUrirsnioci A L eeLi lt rdOurOlllld sibntk l1 J Ck tt No severy ccoid TuevaV 4 l pTMck1 Ciid1o 7 ett- itortMonday1 NA AuruI- eet15 ScfTx Etgth OfIIftrtW R w roiii JaunClfe41Ja M I 1jjalroelt tnItlltTJh1eJI aU a Uak rdf 01 =s1 g5ay a- hLjet jr he d w= 3Ic i j eigr w r wJ j I r r t 0d THEi s IVEWS4LAJ3J O r J e 7 i t 44NOTESI l i AND COMM1NTS 1 1 a r At 1 A Tm of tk Road ntatseeed5fl T 90 long at Ertt cJJtt aLebd TWviiHt wiick ire have sought to f ack i jiut beyond the bend i Th Way hchisd u stretches f rand strewn Jtfbojf its length Are tXaveif lit which they lie who tai oarlock or will prstrength BekMre ucUeiB Mother way that 1t uiid tretchsTar AW Unre kijri IDa and lonely railes a d pet valleys iarej KII1 arko are strutting now wtt9a4 RC9rcare Witt W amoB ones who fail f rl wamtef courage there fcefereVfe itarfc tipon the road whhliI nfectow I to the right B ytd theiiHi irheretwe shall have oar cIiii mt for thejiight It will lie well perhaps to give a tJw ktU thOse whp fell AW ask if we were alwas fairwhett itr vl1iClp exceL i E Kiser in Chicago Record Itcriii T RITES ACAnDYrR Jj- 15i IhSrham whoI withdrew iijom thOOi1tSt for thenou n- atOOrOQOflWIthsAttor iey 1qr this Judicial district af kr ICh Oleisa Hill announced for becameapparentIthat he wpttld have a warm fight t on bis haids has published a card giving his reasons for de ciinimgjp make the race In his- card to the chairman of the die trict Committee Mr Durhm 11iMAj the district i po vie vinggoneneptiblican reoemtly and knowing as Ido the conditions surrounding the party mach county I believd partysDas the icc1eahutiuty IcofltutI fore in order that the best pos sible coooliiicHwr inay prevciii throughout the district Jn the general election in November 1900 tt now take this method to notify youtbat I Withdraw from tht rtee and willinot coutest for the nomination WIia partys interestis greater and paramount to the interest of Lu yln ividualand the nominee should be able to go before the people next November unhampered and unscartd by a contest inr his own party Even if any pfMr Dnrhms constituents should be so unkind as to thinkl that he saw a1light I and picked i a soft spot to fl11I wiirbe bound to dmit that he ffithdrew gracefully and while herewuyett1mex gOt C that nt on root to get an appropriationS from the National Congress of 500XXiXX to be spent dn the risers and harbors of this conn rJTo the dry land citizen or inlanil dweller this news does not mean much JJe will be bene fittfd onl in an indirect way andi Lat to a very limited extent- What would make a hit with farmer and tho business citizen ofr the rural district would be a plan to get appropriation of lot1r or five hundred million or a fractional prt thereof for the improvement the roads ol the country Millions of dollars are being spent annually on river hdhartrimprovements Which is all veryireil so far as it goes II vi jostkotkink how much better it would be and how many more epple would be directly ben fu td5wr i a part of the amount Deiidor the building ant 7provQment of our country JcoO aikd tar npikesi the great arBig class of the country de ere more attention from thy P erBwent in tne way of flnati al aid and mo better plan cQdid 4 vis daiKi no one calcujited p benefit that element fchanfoir Hfcf6ternB3entt6 make t liberal Appropriation fpjr the improve etpthe country high ways Ct i iflbtt noW ttian the jMotlqin oi jKOferBiaeot and state Id fur oooiUj roEs is pccjipiing ltd o tndsof may SiaVeMBeB ink ll ad b hrr may wllOtd poir of hnopr j oM ioag ottr b1dt ha1 hprodct ocl t l wri t jf 1StLeIpQIltljt in the Buriey drstict will fae a record breaker The high prices realized this year reJa great temptation and will slhnq laW 5he planting very materially There will prbbablv loe no ettprt made to ourtail the planting njpxt year as was done last year either by voluntary sgreemeLt on the part of the grower or as he result of intimidations Of course with the greatlyincreased crop one can hardly ejpect the present high prides to Nt main tainedy hut as it has been demon strated that tobacco Can be grown and made quite a profit abletcrop at less prices than are obtained at present the ch tnces are that thereywift trot only of an ihcf eased acreage put out by the growersTAv ho are already in the businiess but there WIll be otherstoAnterS E t 4rthOgQOd fioo1yod like Quit dietitfff You dont have to dtettd catl dyspepsia In fat you Cannot cure dyspepsia 6r ifldigesiion that way but ratheryou rnustadd stredgth Iwthe weak stomach by taking some thing that will digest the food which the atoraach can not digest JKodOl is toe only thing known today that will do this for KodoJ is made of natural digestive juices found in a heaithy stomach and it digests all fOod eom pletely Kodol is pleasant to take andisgnaTanteuuto fiver 1i f in anycdstf Btomech trouble Solidl byS the Red CrbsB drug store iv i SheKnifej Eugene Jones colore jffof Har rodsburg who is serving a five yearsentence 4h the Frankfurt penitentiary came near being murdered by another 66nvi6t named Stultz last Sunday Stultz lkEd nJtotbeQld hiilg room with ja sharp sho knife hidden in hM slteve lie works in tne shoe shop and had stolen the knife there He walked up behind Jones wno was sitting at- tIatabLe ju t about toftegiiu eat ing Ins dinner and before an of thE guards could get to him be put his left arm around Jones Heihethe negros throat One of the guards promptly knocked btultz down and the knife was taken away from him Be was then Ipcfeed up iahis cell Several months ago Tones cut another prisoner almost to pieces IJones lived here but wen6 to La vfence burgto vieits s eetheart and while there ear dbagged and robbed amah and was sent up from there Jones is about as tugha citizen ds ever came down the pike rHarrod burg Herald1 Mrs M Raney Experience Mrs M McRaney Prentias Miss writes I was confined to my bed for 3i months with kidney and bladder trouble And was treated by tW1Jhr sicians but failed 16 get relief No human tongue can tall how I suffered and I had giVen up hope or ever gqtt- lug well nuitil I tegan taking Foleys Kidney Remedy After taking two bottles I felt like a new person and feeldt my duty totellsuffcringwomen whatFoleys Kidney Remedy did for meISold bj Hay don Robertson viSetdeslnFull i Elsewhere iin this issue will be found a notice by MrR Master sonofljlew rJope4 notifyingt all person having claims against him to present same at thE Pea ple HopeKyprJand he will pay eyery deb h owes to the last Penny Mr Masterson wasa successful merchant at New Hope for many years and accumulafiedconsider able estate when the panic struck the countryclosjngdown tfdsiness and occasioning great financial loss and lleaving him in dtbt He then engaged in the insurance bu8ine5s and paid nuich of his And tedpess and was getting in position finaticjalr ly tosfeitle ill ctaimtpwinji b byilIfleSsaid dirighieIi tlmebeWas unQ to do any work d tibe paymentr jf ihljfuitrj xP lIana doe bur bills was a heavy oraitL uppQ billffinances For awnile he partially recovered aMfwas St jcken a second timeyDprlng tie latter tUne s sojne cred- itS brought suit and belie vingj that the payment of these suiiis lWdulfprevent him from payIng other small creditors he institut ect proceedings in bankruptcy in order that all creditors might Share equ llnbis estate in the meabUme his illnessproved tobelesr seyious than lie fiad supposed and recove itk siifii ciently to attend tpbusideWbe imniediatVly began to make ar rafl efmtints to pay all his debts and if possible to settle in full and he bas succeeded in raising the money and will pjy his c editors every dollar he owes them The proceedings in bankruptcy jhavfe been diFmissed His many friends who have wimesiJecl his Efforts to moefall his obligaiou bbnestif and faithfully are very glad to know tb the its been successful jverBach severe han Ucatls and that he has recovi red his health and is again able to attend to business =Bardsj town Standard Mr MastersQji Js well knowri in ringfie3J havingat onetime been iin the insurance busi ness Vith MrG O Whartbti j A Persiiati hiipeal f allYIaboutHoney and Tarfocitighn colds and Ilung trouble y ujieyer could be inI duced to e perimaht with unkno vuj preparations that may ontain some harmful drugs FdleyAl Honey and 1iTfrcost you no nT6reatid has a rec forty years of tires Sold by ftaydon Robertson Buying Tobacco 3Jr Jake Jetersbnwhqse Jibine is in Washington county but for the tast few years has bean buying teacjco for the America niTobacco Company has 4ieeh buying in Taylor county SilJceIOMought th entirecrpp of sever 1 of Taylor countys farmers among theta being Edwards Ibrothers on Little Pittman Creek Mr Tony Buchanai Mr J WI Pepper and W B Robin don The average price paid by Mr Peterson for this tobaccu all of which was Burley was about 15 cents JTlie highest prcepdid was 16cetsand the lowest was J4f cenlsTay1or Enquirer r Kodol jfof dyspepsia indigestion weakstthnachsour stomach gas on the slomacfc etc isa combination of Vh natutal digestive juices found ma- halthystomachwlth necessary vege thingkno1ntrest hit kinds of food under any con di i nIt is guaranteed togivo prompt llef from any form of stom ach trouble Take Kodol aadbe ccn vinded it will cue dyspepsia sold at the Red Cross drug store I From I 2 50 to30 IIPerfetioon Oil Bealmt Bah Rooms or Small IIforlmsf a Fp Warm rs d buggies 50 each Ink cluding 12 fire brik GRATES FIRE BRICK ETC I eep you children out of the fire by using II139R1NJ HIGH PRICES Realized at the Third Regu Ilar Sale on the Lioie V Leaf Breaks r vphe third loose leaf tobacco J6aJ was held oh the b eaks of tile Washington Countyt TobaccoS Warehouse Co last tatu aid provedHo be another sue1 cpssf sale About 5000 pounds of pricesrranging from lOc to 226 per pound The top price of 22c Wasp id for sortie very fine to acco raised by Ben Havdon Jr hose entire crop averaged the fancy price of 19 85 per hun dred The average for the entire sale Saturday was about 16 bents The buyers prpsent wete H M Moss of the American Tobacco Go TD Blackmore represent ing R r Reynolds TobacOoCs JAj Hutchinson representing R1 A Patterson Co of Rich mond Va WJ Stern and B p Lake The next sale will be pjo Saturday r The following are some of the high priced crops Ben Hay don Tr14O lbs at JTcy 190 af 2Jc 600 at22565 at 20c 15 at 6t 145 at 16cIX K Wall 265 bbs at 17c 405 atlSic 600atl7c 1590at21c 596at20c 75 at 14c 195 at 36ic 355 at 16fc 180 at 18c 25o Fat 17ic 315 nt lBd 175 at i7S 75 at 17io7 at 16c j Moore Bddleman785 lbsritr- Oc 200 at 21ci5 at 16cj 155 at18c 14 at Ific If 1Scott Jlafk Anders ncon- ytobacco85Tt lbs at 19ic 490at 19ic 420 at 16c 505 at 15r at20cr510atC jmstock GruhdySSS lbs ail7 490at20c 340 at SOicj 4PQt l8 rJQO l 50 at14j1c- 0l8ic11J15atajb lOJc V Kent SmithM46 Ibs at 18Jn 780 at 16i iCoatSOlcj 6H at 19c 480 at l8c 715 at20c G O Mont i4B5 lbs st 2k 505 at 21o 250 at l6Jc 24at itio 80atl3ic Every case ofbackacbewikbjckb- ledderinllaniatjon and rheumatic pains is dangerous if neglected for such troubles are nearly always due to weak kidneys Take IteWitts Kid niey aud Bladder pills They are anti septic and soohe pain quickly insist upoti DeWRrs Kidney and Bladder PnIvBegUlar size SOc sold bytbe Red jross dtug store iNight Rider Story Union City TennT1ough the confession of another of the men held in connection with the recent night rider depredations 1at Reel Foot Lake evidence was r i 1IHeatingStovesI I Sausage 5SGrinders SausageBuffers 1 Lard Pressers I All kinds of Builders jHardware Plume ill zt I L ilLI Jff J secured today which will lead to the arrest of men not even under suspicion hpretofore according to a 8t4emen froih an Authori tative source The identity of the man who Has turned States evidence can not be learned 1bQt rit is stated tha he told of the earlier raidsl beginning with the burning of the fish docks at taambucg it IiJ ApriL The indictments retnmed today total thirtytwo charging tbirty eight men with having nad I tbeIspcificchargeor rmitlonannounced however that all of the evidence secured bytberei e grand jury the legality of which was questioned has now been reviewed by the preen- grand jury More people art taking Foleys Kd ney Kemedy eyery year It hiconsid ered tube the most effective remedy for kidney and bladder troubles that medical science can devise Fdleys Kidney Remedy corrects irregularities builds up worn put tissues and restors lost vitality twill make yon foe1 welt and look welfl Sold by Hay don A Robertson Lost Saddle Ob Thursday night between c unlycleiltsoMceand myhome Whitman saddle Finder will pieasenotiryS PAT KELI Y FannForSale Ir Good Nelson cyunly farm for sale containing acres 3J miles from Bardstownon SpringQe 1d pike Well improved p For further information call on CCFkGG- i BardstownEy Why pay rnorewben you can ge tnot only 90 fine large cups of pr Shoops Health CoffeeJrom a25cpacX agebuta Coupon on a 25c silvered NpDrlp1 Coffee Strainer besides Look for the CouponI put them in nwT e satiSfactioi lsj besides most perfect Sold by McI31foy Shaker I j Attention Farmers If you are tbtmdng Of coming EupanktRel Texas I havefim listed with me in vli parts of Texas and have a great many attractive propositions to differ 0 LDogSi Lbst NOV 29fctbv a Y setter dog with brown head and spot on hip Had a twine string around his neck Reward for his re turn to JOHN M HALL R F D Carrier No5 A few Suggestions Why beat loss fat something suitable for Christinas gifts when youCrfri go totRusssSSand picks something nice from hisbig stock Here is a partial list I j itWatche sf 4 7M Clock 1 rl Diamond R0gsj iS- IgnetIiinga S r Directdirellecklacesjs fj Locket and Chains Belt Buckles Belt Pins X V 7vIiCameos Lion head Bracelets withi jdiamond 5ettingS5Broohes Collar iins Watch f Charms Lorgndtts Emblem Pins and Charms t Libbys Cut Glass tSilver fToilet Sets Silver Manicure Sets Scissors Gents Clothes Brushes Military Brushes Solid SilverSpoons Knives andPork PlatedSilver Spoons XnlyesandForks- Stag Horn Cacving Sets Antique Ivory Carving Sets Imported Japanese Hand painred China Siher Baking 1D18hesl Silver Bowlsi Sliver fern Daises Silver Jewel l JkiUi Silver Baby CiIp5 Silver Tea S vls Sveidu le tt k rJ e Electr lIen Laips ihtJG Odf t PhiIa SewmtS fiQI f P 411i l ttt ne iJr r i o hv i J Uose ndP SIS 1Mr J PlilJf k- tI John A Wthetd Brointx tra good pair of War mula foe 120 IMr Fleece B 7Itj Charlie Pqoe yooUy a pair Of cbtton mules for lda idC1tU4aleoTliey jUOd bought of Ed ODftHiel 090 jizka good horse for5t fiPrQCbv orBradfordsyfeoiie for 12175J and mOb Qtor street two soiltherm facHrsoi brsaoo From Jarbpo Bros tfcoy bought one horse aid th rnipintoi at prices ranging from 13 vle 150 They also r rcHosotfftop different partieiintlie coiiir 14 mulesl at prices raagibf froki 6I tol50 rLebaoon Falooa t- fr aoalis- lB ahltr c t way develop lato f t m i4 ni ht are ciulckly cured lijr iWey Honey ndTar ta 1taootbea1sa d membraneg heals tielII uii ex pel i iyiitScJd LDriME1EcrlOtt Ah Atcpunt pf Oin0 WrMM iii83o byGoct a Protic cI havft jtMt WifctfMMl ittrange thhnga Krtkyction and ttii dixpOMii fifiiwi ccpunt of it Aii ttecOote i Kenrucky lasts three dJS MM during that periodwkiSkt sid appleftrddy flow bhroughSOur cities and yillaf M likelt phrift Lhrougu ancientTabi1ni IJi Lexington tht JMtict to Mi that natters rere cacted Iwe witht toerabe propriety ilk i Frankfort aplacs I h4tb ri osif y to visit on tbf IM t Jr of the election Jek o 4sa ad drno1renMs st1ca kW an unclean pair of Ilatiberlj giantstA umbtf ot rllLeach with m whityiwittirjofc ing Its long ttfdc frhl pWrii were busily implored briag vote1lJandeahp rLl kep fefclf a dozed bullie mxtor pay i ine specimens of Xrsill gatorism to flog every poM fid low who should attempt WTO illegally Haifa hundred witfht of mortar wonla lt11 pthe chinks of the Skulls tfrtf wen broken on that pcctsio Ibait lly escaped myself One 61 tfce runners came up to Mt jfaffAvg the on the shoulder with hiiirif kt hand fand a wbMty l0tblb lin his lejthtthd hel8ked W jf 1 was i voteri NojuusIdLAbJn- evei mind quoth the Jt rir pulling a corncob out oftbMek- of the bottle tod haki c Jt vp ta the best advMttk sjiaiklM a swig at thy ui aaijat vote for old Hickory Ill fight for yt dallwewas a tempUtk B k beHJe f bftl after 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=1M 1b irf Wt ti dM woo r 4detfttIw Li4 11 4Z 11aary tWibo ear1 WIfe th tou t iIii Wf WK r r I- iI tot I1Wl 1M4 I I ERYODYSI i CHRISTMAS i r STORE 1 I i I 1s L iaastWtNorth arid South from Louisville where ere you go and meet those you know you hearitsaidthat Bacons3 i KENTUCKYS GREATEST tCHRISTMAS STORE What nearly every body S ays must be so and of course there is a reason for it FirsfeKthe tJune ffundamental princibresi batnhave been making this business grow greater each year haVe been applied Second more extensive prep rktfQnsip accommodate everuriM All ORDER BUSINESS have been made and for those who may not be able to come to Louisville ah illustrated Christmas CMal0ffbW been increaSing pubttdhad which maybe had ror the asking o VviGOME TO THE STORE IF POSSIBLE if not a jetter or postal l card addressed to us with your reef uest wilt bringihe catalog ir whitc ordife BieiliiBte Waibts1a98 Alt wool to be had in two styles pin tailored or silk embroiUe6d ia bjmpkil white navy red grpeji brown light bliaa pinK and Charm PMne rancy Chinai i L Cup and Saucers patternaWd ifus et ofsixU SiOr75c Syrup Pitchers and Plate Six patterns neat floral designs OQ bestAnstrancbina gold filled s embosMd at 5Qc Japanese Vase 1512 in tall fancy open hand Ll i raiMd decoration In gold and COl rahohdltyprice 169 Ten dTwfrePiede Toilet tLLW hftYVin exceedingly large line front all veil Jknown potter ies Ab prices varying as to decoration ides and qnality of i wara An exceptionalLy pretty t npifeRe gold line set at 2 49 Ftlfnituret so rts kisur t Lshng Remembrance VV JMIssioni Arm Rocker like Cut Extra large size solid oak early English finish saddle seat brice9i arms slat back squarft 1osts- strecrers and lgshigh bAck to testthedwonderful bar gain v i eachS15fO kTenuine Leather Couches 2 500 t Deep tufts continuous roll head best steel open cnpsrucI tion oak or mabqgany i I frathegCIViWV feet every possiI ble precaution taken iujhe whole construction of V these Ii coucheslo make them sulid HndI isriceabie 25 00 J Beautiful Davenport BF VFor 2250 1Iprefer covered with gool quail 1Vspring Con tructin operates automatically without removing from the wall x 2250 r Extension Ta Ie1275 GQldeavOak Pedestal Dining table shaped Tegs round tops opens tip to 6 feet S12 75 jV1St4ITS Miscellaneous y VQi1ds HIgh Chair L5Q Lo5tO- Ctilds Rockers Vie toW50 Cottumers or 1 Hall PesV 85cto650 Moking Sets 250 to 15 00 Qomplete LineVertsV L 151z5 to 2500 toI5qfleceptTcn Cjbajrs Assorted Cover VIflS A9 pto 1500 t Wornetfs i 1 yy i i Slippers fY WS1fOOifnrT1PTJR L fjI 4i1IfrJUuir8 t turne-1 a 1c t l fea i t 1i iJ t ror08i- ulIittlJn14rI1 rt ltj iIkltrIlntb1- VTV Sweater Coats 198V An immense variety of these popular garments in every sieforwomen misses and girls U now bing shown colors are blactwbite navy ifTd and gray pries tug1 98j 2988 98 and 4 98ll Box firfipry AND r lancy Goods I I No 601 SUPElOTNif RICE pOW- DER +9z package7whlte or flesh hIgHlyperfiitaedj puceVI 25c LsAR1FU VIE contains on foztriple perfunlef choice of the following orders heliotrope trailing Arbutus white rose and violet 25prc tViO3 BOX PERITOME contains 34 Oz bottle perfnmei choice of lilac carnation lilly of the 6valleyin handsome beprice C 7 6Q4 HANDSOME HAMMERED METAL TRAY in bronze of brass with 2 bottles of perfume very neatdeslgn 6 Inches wide and 7 12 inches highVl price 701 FANCY CLOCK hammered brassframetilttedwithWesfern Clock mdvementsize 5x0 inches tthis prettyclbck 125only7V I No702 FAN2IIRROR frame 6f heavy handsome brass Vbevel7x8 Inches jMice 225 5V I Np 703 BIAssVSPIOTtJRE FRAME with heavy cased French plate glass siheV334x534V 75p1icec No O- tORNAMEN1i CLOCK in bronze or silver very neat design 6 inches wide and 7 12 inches price hlkhV98 v NoV 70- 3BRONZEORBRASS CANDLES j inches high very prettydesiguV prIce SOc VNO7O6 PRETTY BRONZE PICTURE 59priC V NO707- VIANDSO1iBItAs or BRONZE EASEL PICTURE FRAME size SzJnbhes prlce55 69c VNo 708 BRASS CANDELABRA 10 inches high 8 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Einen center Val lace trimmed Ban ker hlefs all new patJrns priceV each A c 6 for 40 Np507 V Womens Sheerwork Vat liace Trimmed Handkerchiefs lice each L 124- c6for UO No 508 Childrens Plain or Iniial Rand chiefs jMth white or colored initials put up 8 in a box price 15c NOTEAll Neckwear and Handkerchiefs in half dozen lots in Christput up fancy rnaBOY4 also packed with dainty Christmas Card wi hi space for donors namcC l NeckwearV For Women NO509- DantjyiStockColiars v of silk with Caching top price each 50o No510- White Venise lace Stock Collars Gibson shape price each 25c No 511 J Chiffon Neckrnff in white light blue and pink with ribbon bow price each f2- 5JrNo 5i2 Gib on Stock Collars mado oi ribbon wjth ruching top price each 50c No 518V tValencienne Lace flilson Stock Collars yery neat price eaphV IJ 250 I V4V f No 51ij i Stcok lollars of silk andicniffon wiih rucaing too pric each J08c JSilkJ with ruohiriS VppFjCOV JerJ 509- INo516 i f ice Net Sifcon COllara try preltyi prict each iv 10c No 517 r Ribbon Stock IJfI r iieofoni with riwWuf top IJtf nips OSISSV At Bacons FurCoats at V19T5I Sable Coney and IwlU I araaranteefl satin lIfningaJ fashioned by exper furriers In the seasonsbest modelsV American FoxPe1ertesV1itb ylarge at 998 echIBrook Mink Throw Ties Satire Ime4 with pillow orkrog muff totl1atch S98eph Black French Lvnx Shawls With muffi to match at 12 50 ich a f Black or Blue Wolf Shawls With muffs to n tcbat 875 eachd J Tap Mink Throw and Fpmcy r Neck Pieces With auffs to match at 998 to 1975 each S VVVV Marmot Pelerines and Matched SetSAtii9tJ 4OLesurJ farid Muffat29SV Sable or Black Coney ijhrow Ties and Muffs At slo8s2oa- Childrens and Girls Fur Sets In all appropriate furs at989 sio19f V Jewelry HEAVY GOLDPLATED FLEXIBLE Bit VC E LETS something that will please her extra vslu5e 50 CUFF BUTTON Sand SCARF PINS tin ahilOsfendles variety to select tt former and women pujTup in ahoiiday box choice atorily V55OiC J I Petticoats r VForGifts Black Silk PtsUIthat ru tie others of soft finish1 tome with plain tailored othersj fith the newt embroidered flouncej alt art made with deep upderlay J 498oneitWVSMoreen Petticcut vary full with firing flounce of ine tucks deep underlay of same material looks like slUr willI wearbstter extraordinary good foVl i 91 a P iithV rYVVf 1- 1Oti1eeVbCk AIM ck p Io c lMiieb1 isfc rlsy of- pcjce i uA 1VI- Silk hals75qVVV Silk ShHvia are pprpftjrat for Xmas giftL They are u beVfldVj ig all black OVVail white m aTaneiyof nice pittTns arid io a wide range of slzeS prlcedat 75c 98c 150 196 to 698 Ij the Toy Sire VItI of Louisville Steil HandVSolid rte frame painted seat hee1s1gover gear interchangeable h nI die gfv s three distinct motions ingle and double Price lL 398 SleHi Complete line oVV SledsGljpjI per SJ dsC9alter Sieds and high design builv strong and M98kr nicefinisbatComplete up to Vi v398 Irish Mailsa ameIhasa greater tension than steeli find sanded to give a smooth finish Attractively finished and neatly stenciled with catchy de signs Wheels tinned giving them a sliver appearance extra heavy spokeo and hubs front jwJieelsBia back wheeis12 in with 12 inV rubber tires Price 4t X 498 Steel Exprets Wagons t bolsters and btacesNof stauiped j dandjOLhVersuptoj u a 1398- iWalonaistrqngly built his good Ueayy wheels to sell a ti50c More expensives onesiip to 398 VelocipedeeV adjustable pdded seats steell wheels throughout will give llotejpf good service at v 2 98- Juvenile Automobile red tainted gojd stripejjaullt to stand ware and tare SjwcwU v 5 00 Other up to 1500 v VAUtlHOfliL4 rubberbulbi Auto Lamp VH with unmotable oit lamp and polished nickel reflector attV 5pc GaThippingVHor1es White enameed dappled gray nand carved legs leather trim med saddle and stirrups mpan tedon solidly built trimsSPrice 398U H H p More exuensives ones to 12 98 nHQts1TwHo and swioging frames Sand neatly trimmed having saddle and stirrups Exceedingly handsome one atV 398 Toy Steel Wheelbarrow lI Body a2x43 i21n deep han dle 81 in long heavy 8hAe steelf I 8 in tangenttfpoke extra heavr Wheel JitinQ6d Price t15c Horse andQart 7 84x6 12 bay ahi sand carts priced up tdV IB 5gaJleader at j 50c Paper Mache Hprses on four wheel platform wooly mane amd VIti- rtimsforth 5Qo Boys We have a very large stock of drums and we can show ftvaried a eortaaent from cheap to higher priced have one ike cutj at75c Otbtrs i1pto t 560 VTrunpiI ora tr =pell J Y Iio 4chOoI1H11I VEri Juekntj I tOib1 Zed mtwihsaeyit TiuEsmV tQII iIIIY IO at r l lOc n t Jj GloveJGifts AV llayscctptlbft c3lOVSpUtBox v WOmJnVSV ad Miss 2 b uttccn clp LSelpLa Skins Kid Glovfs tery pair guaranteed tu sixesj and yry shade nqiea tipnably the VbtVV 0thpriceFineQIIIlilyRKIro white and altVthe1 t offtedtprIce tfir r WbzangV2tajj Bottott Black Double Silk Gloves 1ieI warmest glove made Pr1CJVVe1 nnpr qkV i Leather Goods VQQ7TJI3 f AI leather I Bandb ie flt Jrtrimrningi with inside pnrse Thuu bags areV extraordinsirily good Values at the price 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new oe7 aP rs4etbei ibe ldrssoJllipoees 1irm4 bYth JCeataieky Bdeie frftfiiifr at tobaeeo in the fusmpe Whl sMUie aU loriiaer tram Hiitfiiii lsest Htiliiestaeiwh A record jn toeprdin if nbejMiek of trade without i f itAfar svicnl lioor of spoof er tnoe tbe rariow s ea preeeot 1 J a l r n jorHy of obsogrowiag interiM of jt1 atry lMIhoeclt the y b1115 soosully- scd4 Iit work woel beii fsiPsPois of Ua Jjj isd ssevving eiaoi1M I Ithy ftrWr- da1 oeMaitWe was apeointed to ooti pJarns lor the open 3cpest1ui of the biEioc etT e toenuft oosethetkm aMhyJaWs j aad texoetliae pia for secvrimg Dkstffes for a frek 1gQInnnJ i libkL lf to oooUin Ute Jrr iof l A 81iiCIIIIf pelcers was zc Ihsei aad the following were B4eekr t it 0 ffafwety Bowlingi rJfiisMiBt fB Doe Green yule Ky geeretarj H U tiel sey el IWleeoco Mich Olarc e e 11Bs of CyBthkn Kr M4B 7p Eny of Lake md were ohoeeE aBoard o- fdiri wcfe Wlth thelJ l j t140r1 will ooiiUnt te Jofteiative body to direct thaft iiww elibe new society Ii fa i1tJiicVM I p iniikteilxMra of thdirctort I r ae we asi Who kats bad 1ifes lo c sxfneabe in tobacco af nir iid tbireboioocc4oned grstton lBngaU jnIl dseWW with the moyeeiitt Ot s eetal pleAmre to tobacco grower of the Stnt1is the selec pof 3kren 3e LeBas Pres dettt wf tB4 KnticBuIeySo rciiiiibcwu tuelIiding Iigur- n tte biJle a uUycJcI eH ded Iwre a short time agoI w ea UM BtfVleT Society sojd ee ftMtrUIof ica Id06 und 1907 vpooied ercps to the Americ n- Te lpa for 12000- O CL i lT C UeCbord Ghairman tf pecIJI oosamittee ou cVrasti Tbto aid ykw hichaat wiU Joritt tbe rt opeiajionM of tM oeijyiatbwlyIfpOO1IIh M1 erop fI aR prnenta bay ji tee jegjslatue ffom Wahi ftee eo nY and was tb 4I ol ltbe McOhord tonacco At I t lI1lh4rthi t giIteie Fqr h yeaw M Mt6 Cd Pa ben a t ilL ufJiaC br tue jobc tO I1 g interest pL Jf MMU f J Ih J4i4Wt iie Ii aproufI- lIs ffllf h Jr1LS t Ts LIaioe I lLlidciBil- r v lf 1ot fruwd lw t JPwry IMitiit parallel i or tIt Stte n aIklIa1b bcpc dCIagICt1O Iticr i ilos 1k Mtiee to imilca ia utJ 1MW iltluktl Mtt ijfJa4 tl work itwaflfsky er11 oiiticter All tJofthi eitire I t9f aaised IE the iniwl hctordlDi 10 t iIt iat yjeli wifi W4ipvwer4 tseek paziic I 1Y4 CV Z rn hIftH a- fi I 11 i trs b sd e qst dbs a4the l sNF 0 J I Nashtot 1 1Asuflki1 IIvssa lilwg abttdw1i tfrb3 IKifcott the Aiackvilte pt jJJew d7q4Inghsbbroat with pocbekai1 A fifth ahpBfc pot I 1tp xWdJn4 from oe rlty jwottaa hil t roaj and Vwo Uep Mihe i the Iiof jttMUM iadjcatt tkat at a- 1dSUPt to end Ms lid Dr M H SiOajM wwjMlM Mkl irMMd the In ij1tMj BMtftX saDdJit is Mtbat 1w has a chance to re IOOY Mr KeMuJljn ll t bis home a1xH t7clocte ysfrday morn fag lad went otlno ar field Jbt wa expected i9 return in short tini Failing to do so a jutoibsr of the household went ioattoiook for him A diligent search failed to find hun and a short time afterward be cams to tfce bouse nd frH nic the front doto plesdiiig profusely from has sslfiliictod wounds He explaUoto ejbis litDcenahIfaUi- iIMIJOtOkiioWthecly1 ti 6sb diQtpfeYiousy saidany ifchiBg to My Bsenber of thelami 1 ttet wb ldcs ssthem to susr ptthat Se would kill himself and he was not known to be in any inncul or other trouble A thorough investigation will be made in an effort to find out tbe c wse for the rash act Be I zot excellent citizen and be and his family ara among the bsst people pt that vicinity Harrodsbirg Democrat ikedJfUtJth1Thre lot Aeath gruear4coughwaste- c rpy luHjfs io pieces Doctors failed to ielp me ad hopehad led wlst iny hHebasd got Dr Kings New D4cevery1says Mw AC William cat Bat Ky The first dose helped a improvement kept on until I hadpdBed 58 poiHd in weight and mj llakk fllly restored u This med Spine holds the worlds hfealing record for c tfhs aad colds lung and throat jtiiHMsc4 It prevents pneumonia SoMt WMUer guarantee at Haydon Robertsons drug store 50c andl Trial bottle free lnf ersoll Gem Bowling Green Ky Dec 9 ntlooking over SOme old papers of the late James A IcKenzie Quinine Jim a friend found a copy of a letter from Col Rob trtGt Ingersoll to Mr McKen zie of Kentucky laccdmpained hy a jug of yare old liquor The fstter reads uDear Jimtl send you some of the most wonderful whisky ever chased a Skelton from fetor painted landscaDes on thebfain of Ulan It is mingled of wheat and corn In it you will see the sunbeams chasing each other over the bil lowy e1dsth8dewsofnightl aUItumnliwith imprisoned light rink itl and you will hear bSQbgI9f men and maidens fair mil led with tbeTaugbter of children as they sing the Harvest Htrne Drink it and through your veins you wl i feel the starlit dawn the dreamy tawny dusks of many perfect days For forty yearsJ this liquid jjoy has been imprisoned within itt happr staves of jak awaiting an opportunity to touch the lips bfinan Your trnly Robert G Ingersoll jJ Catafrk Cunt le Cured wkhlK eai Applications as they can treack thesetof the disease Catarrh iaabloodorcongtltutjonal di sfasc aad la order to cure It yoa mast tike internalreaedies Halls Catarrh Care is takeninternaliy and acts di rectly OH the blood and mUcous sur faces Halla Catarrh Core is noti q bkk cdjclnei ItWM prescribed ky oee fthe best physicians in this oonatry for years and is a regular prescription It is eoapoaed of the bsst teaics knows combined with the lMt Blood purifiers acting directly on tlMi iiucoMs sRrfaceL The perfect cWbimatioQ of the two ingrcdieats is w aiiwp4uces ch wonderful results iH Mrksf Oatarib Scad foe test moaiitofree ftf ccoToledo O Sol ky drugcilsfcf price 7 c Take Halls FaMily jHfls for onatil I l X eelI i Gwi tT boSuperintendent Hies 0a Adams had avery dose c Ol frwa being shot and psrhape kHied Baturiay aftsrnooit oir Deeofc etreet Mies Adams was inelrlag a call near the depott trotlI Ofib residsexfr of Mr ColuEiI bos Dee re Jmt pi4sthi she was wiadow of tbe front Tboei p ttoe boeee the crack of a frtol WM heard the bullet JI i erashioK through the iglass and pesiiMg oo1ta lew 1nc e irij froiat of Mfs Adai As a iwiUef of course Mi s Adams wt greatly frilh t1M5dnaWS deelriDtts of ce7Ah1ng the- M conoerniaji tbe aaysterjous p ikiljihot Tbe popular super lIQtbefivetba1relie was the Intended victimof ltiR Msaesin It deyeloped that the wiep on had been accidental ly discharged bri1tlr Moore who was ju the Dpmarte house and who was cleaning the weap on when ifc vent off Mr Moore explained1 the shbot ing to Miss Adams and expressed bin regrets at having frjghtened her saying that he himself had been card almost out of his Wit Harrbdsburg iJembcratr M illciie That Is Mcilciiic II have suffered a good deal with Malaria and stomach cOmplaints but I ham now found a remedy thatkeepa Mc wjell a id that remedy is Rleqtric i e1forSlomachfor xua down conditions says W C Kiestier ot Halllday Ark Electric Bitters pnrifj and enrich the blood tone up the nerves and impart vigor a8d energy to thewCak TCour money will be refuoaed ifiitfcils to help you 50catHaydbn K6b rtspns drug store The CHriilmas Stamp LOuisville Ky Dee 12meNational Red Cross Sodiety has issued a Cnristmua Stamp which is being sold jail ovar the country by Anli Tuber Jlosis organiza Uonsin the varidbs cities to raise funds with which to fight the white plague in these co mum ties The Christmas Stamp is a noli day sticker hearing upon it a wreath of Holly and the legend etA Merry Christmas and a HAPPJ New Year It sells for one cent and itjs believed by the Kentucky AntiTuberculosisAfcj sociation who is disposing of the stamp in this state during the holidays that full one million will be put into use between now audJin1j1909 l Arrangements have been made for the sltI pf the stamp through the merchants and social organi zations in some of the larger cities of the state outside of Louis ville hut this has not been possible in all of them Those Who desire to use the sampmay Se cure them bf sending their or ders to the Christmas Stamj Committee 121 West Chestnur St Louisville Ky Tjey vaj be secured in any amount at the rate of tc each in sheets bopks containing 24 tamos sellng for 25c and qphtaining 48 sjtampsj selling for 5QpM are also available The Christmas Stamp Oomtnit ee has made arrangements in many of the smaller cities for the sale of the-e stamp by church and social organizations and the announcementi made that if ant such desire to sell the Christmas Stamp in their respective com munities 16 win be furnished by the Stamp Committee It has been stated also that any unsold stamps may be returned to the committeei llr Foleys Orino Lsxativc cures chronic constipation and stimulates the live Orino regulates the bowels so they will1 act naturally arid you 00 not have to take purgatives continuously Sold by Haydon Sf Robettsoh I PUBLIC SALET- uesday December 22 1908 aft my farm near Texas On the abovedteI will offer for sale at public auction the following Onework horse one work mare one mare in foal by Jack cow be fnsh Feb1 two yearJingsteersJmie yearling heifer ten fat hogs One two horse wagon new one road wagon all kinds of plows breaking up double shovels single shovel plows all kinds tI- t gearing Outside Stock bovledasheep etc l J TERMs On all sums uD4 ilO shO l all suing tiver that amount a credit of six months will be given Note payable ajt either bpringtield bank with goodsecurity required Inter est at 6 per cent Sale commences at 10 4 m- BHBEGELY SM Campbell Auctioneer i lieU high grade Drop Heud Sewing Machine at 15 unitil December 1st Guaranjetd for 10 years this regular 2o and the very best made EdM RusselL = J = J iii1il T ii 1 I PRA TICAL M1iS Gici1 I Gan be II 1 1foundt t ai trj BEDROOM SUITS in cliaOak 175H75 1I SIDE BOARDS h Oik 12 50 to 6000f BOOK CASES I and T China djosets I at prices j to suit a11I H ID1SSERSIi e 11 Morris Chairs Nothing Nicer for ii Xmas7to20 I l l i j i I i HISTORIC CHURCH BURNED Most Unique House rlof Worship in Kentucky and Possibly the Oldest Mt Sterling KypTheLulbe grud church in this county and a few miles from this city one ofthe oldest and most historic landmarks and cossiblv the old est chuicb in tli e estate burned to the giouud terdat morning at60olockI Ths chuich was one of thg most unique houses of worship on record It was built in 1793 On the third Saturday in vlarch 1the church red ord It derived its name from JLiulbegrud creek which was named by one of Daniel Bcenes party when in camp there and was founded by the particular or old Echool Baptists It was built of logs and weatherbparded tiav ing stone chimney on the outside and had a large fireplace fouror fiv3feet wide The church had twelve corners which represent ed the twelve Apostles aud as one neared the churchit had the appearance of a cross In pioneer days Raccoon Johtt Smith preached there a so Thomas Boone a descendant of Daniel Boone and William Ru pard were pastors for forty years each Mr Rujpard died aew years ago It is said that In early days the custom of feet washing wa practiced Services were held in therchurch once a mouth regularly The membership has grown very await but employed a regular preacher A funeral was con ducted in the house Monday and it is thought the fire originated from fire that been left in the stove tad The old chi y was torn away a few years ago and a stove was used for heating Much regret is exprtssed by citizens of thiscounty over the loss of this historic and quaint old structure Iht Correct Time t t to stop a cough or cold is jilta soon as it starts then there will be no dan Ber of pneumonia or consumption Just a Jew doses of Bajlards Hpre hound Syrup taken at the start will btop the cough if it has been runn lug on for sometime the treatment will be longer but the cure is sure Sold at the Red Cross drug store t Attempt to Suicide Ezra Veech 0l TbUre day aft rnoon mad5iIh successful ittempb tQ taks his own life He had just laudedou afternoon Taylofsville train and was in a very despondent Jfratne of mi aWll ntboatter noOn L N freight tram started for LouisyHl he grabbed the ladder of thej third cfcr from Uhe end and swuIs body around the end of ffi rnd letting fd tell fell ipith his legs adrothe itrcr Several years since be lost his right leg anjd by this ac cident be loses his ieft ife bein s L aQhman and Campbell rl RUGS JDont ailtd see QurJline of Axmin tersanqjiSmyrna Rags r Handspma tMterR1gs27i60 or200i i 36x60 1 1l3 25 Smyrna 1ugs 36x60 for2 50 41 2Gx5Oforl50 Ab veIjribes are about 25 per cent less thrill you can buy elsewhere PARLOR TABLES Handsome Padpr TableSj ranging in I price from fto Sam MaIIogauyo- rOk Davenports LoungesJin sever d bPtweenbip and knee The artificial limb was shattered in splinters He was removed to the Kings Daughters Hosptil where hew s attended by DN Frank Beard the road surgeon He has stated since the accident that he wished to end his life Shelby Sentinel i A Hewty Appetite Iis what i have but is of no benefit to them If they haye jvoous Be sure your baby is not troubled jvith thetif Sure symptoms always Hun gry dogs under the eves toot gaining Jn reii lit and yell jv complexion 4 fw losis of VVhiies Cream Yermlr fuge wjll exp all wo nsI is a positive cure and rellabie Price 256 p r bottle at the iied Cross urug stpre Dog Shoots a Gun JobnLewis thq wellknown trapperi came near meeting with an accidental death laatSatnrd Ijn the the cliffs at Bakers Bend on Dix river rested the stock of his rifle on the with tthe barrel 1a arms length when his dog jumped at the rat one of his paws striking the hammer of the gun discharging it Toe ball grazed L wistemple and ploughed a furrow three inches Jong and a quarter of an inch deep through his scalp He will rec6ve +Harr6dsburg Herald THIS IS WdRTH READING Leo F fcelinski of 685ib3on StBuf falp NY saysrI cured the rnott onnoying cold sore I eyer had with Bu klens Arnica Salfe I applied tilLs salve once a day for two days when all trace of tile sore was gone Heals all sores Sold under guaran store 25c ONJOB AGAIN IN Jackson Ky Despite the ef forts of Ithe good citizens of Breathitt county lo clear the at mosbhere in this countytouble hasT rpken out again and it is feared ianother fued may be opened Lastnisht a party of jnen rode to the home of former Sheriff EdCallahari in this coun ty apd it is claimed began to fire into the bouse Callahan answer fed with alacrity wounding Rand Sebastian arid killing a mule on which a man named Iteaton was riding A number of shots were fired afterward itigt claiiaed As a result pf the alleged Tjtit warrants baVe been issued for the arrest of TjoganD itonr Lew isieaton and Wm Rielly on the charge of cpusEirApyx Other arrests are POd this alschclaims he was at ticked by a lone 8saiUntj and that several sticks of dynamite were thrpwn under his hoqsei nearly killing his chiid mbich he obliged to let down from a windowr I llFDR HALL MIRRORS and Kackat all prices MAHQGANYPRESRt and Chiffoniers 16140 PEDESTALS andTatdi re stauds alll styled a d prices t It SHAVING STANDS for the you gor patternf50 lFFolthllg B6dd- Big 8 i a s I o lament 51250 to 40 1F7 EAOHMAIN 8 CAMPB11L Iijjjj0- J Louiviljbn 1tomplRte1ly inpstbablQ dec1recesesof ec1ifftgroiind boldI drugI BREATHITT expe8lKon Whiteiytngin county Somathitjgmipe rI CHILD IS SLAIN Thirteen Year Old Girl Found I Dead inl Russell County Ilcolumbi lCyNews has just reached here of a terrible crime that was committed near Kuiseli Springs Russell county Little Mamie Walnuc thirteen years old daughter of Logan Wamuc a prominent citizen pf that county was murdered while re tutnirig home from schoo The school building is located one and onehalf miles frum the Wamucvhomeand the girl failing to return at the usual time her parents instituted a hunt for her They traversed the road by which little Mamie Was ac l castmed to go and return from school but nosigii of her could befpund Then a search of a thick woodS along the side of tne road was made and the horrible fact waS revealed that the girl had been murdered her body being ound with marks ot violence upon it She had been knocked pnthe i bodyldraggedaud fifty yards from the road rnto a thick UnOergr W tit The motive for the crime was evidently criminal assault There isspo claw The wildes- texcitemenisi prevailing Bloodhounds have been orduiedfrjraf- lustPoville Dont Be Hopeless about ouicself when youre crippled with rheumatism or stiff jolntso course yonve tried Jots of things and they failed Try BAllards Snpw Lie meat It Will drive away all ache pains and stiffness d leave you as well as vou efer were Sol tt the Red Cross drug store a v Wet or Dry In spite of the lesson fthe last State election in Kentucky the question of Wejb Dry still seems to be an active force in Kentucky politics fraught with the same danger to party succtss and carrying with it disIdnetivelytween Democracy tand Kepubli cauism In Marion county Jp tne nomination of county officers in the Democratic primary according to the reports sent out from Lebanon the Unat1p was between those who favor ths saloon and thpse opposed tolt and the result was heralded as a wet victory In tt rtft county wherV j primary elec ttpn ilectipaf was held by the JJ K1LLTHC OOUQH CURE iiir LUNOS mDriUis Nw DIUOyfl ic8 rBIca=lJ il Ale MLTNROATANDLUNS GVAzAxTu SATIS7 Olmr JlbuJ1 Furniture 1 Store PlA IJ y NTURL I B for biing roar Xf 4 t OtiiRothiagi bii1or pptecated by rijel f heart tua 1 r a i W harrf ibwa HrWi Iropi Xfc to 12eethl1 etItrtf wi11lf r Iat1 y =at 5 500Q Reams Gdtl iu eYe rSefi1t r f i Democrats last Saturday the sanxe asue was Zoro4to tee fro tand Mr DnLardteiy2ca- ndidate tor County Jiidfe1 was nomjuatgd by ahAidfoeie majority fa otber contie the same aestion fa Ijlcelr 9Qtab- ig figure in the nowia Uofl of county officers In jieadj every meulinthey Seem to be Hade wiUoet a sbfficient consideratkci of thej final election next NpTfB serl Whre th4twsts wal a riim ary there iisj lkelinood of lUii ticket beirigdef sated by the tem perance people YotifOr the Republicans nedL whef e tbe drys win the nomiwUkHi teare in danger of the sine St by the wets vOt1hb ttwjKe pgbTicans Both jse are loc ink with fire unless they jwopoee to make the temperance qtotin- stead of politicir the determii natiug matter in the selection of county ftfe raEtoNlwa Coughs thatar Ufbt iilirm ing tlckltqg coughs fet quick and certain help froM DIIkOp G tfh Remedy OH this acccuat draggisti everywhere ire laToriinr Dr SboOf s Gough Remedy And it is ertireij free from ptHt cklo pfpru Rfjother stupefyiaf keg Tfce tteikr leaves ola hxrwltM lug heattsy mountainUs shrub give to Dr Ihoops Cough Remedy its carxtlte frefar ties Those lelves have tepwer to calm the moat dtstreee4gcogk idto soothe and Mal kc = eet aehebronchial iI M eri should for safety sidte kW al ways demaad JR Sfceeyfc Itcfurvrjltii perfect ireedoa be Teme tJie youngest babes TeKJ Jt Mke jewnfelf lamtTsee l Sold by the Jted Cresf dnif store County CWficee Frankfort Ky Bsriie tte mst sweepiNg iayiiti jitioii ever made of tb co 4iuee of tbe county offices of Kiekjiwbe- made I by expert aocoealejits unaer the supervision Andiior Frank P Janes Mr Jsay announced today tbat be is making arrangwM ioc eeioh iinvestigation He ay Hfiil Jse has reporisfrom sos of tbs counties that will ppeis the eyes oftbtvpeops JETe i4isdLgo to the bottomof co lUiotteitti tbe State sad will pt a tratoed 1be1Auditpt yet the nattre of ibe ihforstXsoji which be hs O1btund- eriboodo Je tbeir mjg easjseo the co oty ejlctl at diffexeo points iia rery Jav4r ble liflo The o4 l ihiii a weak s4wjBck ejr t harI Ik rt 1 i vs5- Soop ut yeaWd This k wltlo kta iisiM rShoof RetoraUva is dtocfeed tlreiy te tW cais rf thea iilss JtJ chit wea1cJctcoatsuhIl- It Tsit M dIiIcuIt iIp Drnop e- strttke a wak I4rS srt gr- kldfleys LI e fII iat It dqrrecPJj mach Inside arEas hlIa serve1faiifaIte4ee i4ta- ltngdxtstse raid iaead o1t ii iWya see Ia mrtriMtoC i 1 = t TJJJ4 it Tase VMs Mar etc JiaRub Iyvjrtaef otaaleof5tbt frCosrtres4srelattb i JNe tethe abaeb siMOl proceed torSCsitss oe ION hoxA i At2ocIckPersthe kfghatlNcrrnt ISSiertytow rrii ib Ceuntj Kemtucky niL titsA k owms tke = rqc Beg at a- iobs NatpsgOr a of Iaeewith the ieipoles X Wii M3OWUNflW52 78Wlt at wit ot8kswaaksr aabrnachitr43Mw4pse 15W ii iOs 14 p4e81Lpole1114SM T jMm iritLW9POe W15poIIi4oatisIatIa caw1Joa Pupa Y toJOkPTterthOtXto the bsI- 1014S1aX m ff TEafl 1- 1awiIeE s rW4isIeE W- I4e834W N- tbe MrstIaacedaen wrd- Of aa dratawflhs both- olVlSIe petZC 197poIssze MISN Z- i Parset 11z1D iIIthebecz7lacrqs zetuusI 1ersep StIcMWgesersty er ie 1erS a hatheaAlieth m4spromptly twttsj cy Jto LAcIL M C W CC Yout3asJsjgolfSyI Mi 11JiOSttT beck Ii Jf ssyitne Red Cross 1k c7w7 7 w r t Jr4tEw tT I I 4 4 r ta 1tPt w the Hn rtjteainVi Hoft iaij i es Mii ouai 1bio pact uM went to the ttnaalt dock Rut Boston to d u fim BnM AI a zitid utter South Anaaricanj T UIportd o a hen drd MSiIuIs4IIs nd s1 wit LiII s JIIirif t MtI1Ishat j f l L l PT ONI ITS CHEST ILW i1 t 1 e etfln Ar iing 5 et P MOMI fey the beN sf at h iiawp isd tbrinh ettJe I wfth 1 tsr 1 iItIIr11I 7 l druM a a d to the qoartwm o1tH catr f S iiB a4te tW 4owaTTay was ttksiosa h n the tries i i the tese awok Jhim Bf awoke t ii1MtfI rah jp n kiM 1afas M he tiMBgfct thee bad Xniuux-q i ef M that w omy J f In 8te l tt tahmieth auhI4a y4Jif BU6AVT HO0FJS flul shedlt aprtmentheij 1hI 1wltkatartedto I iI 7 i ream Came True INMIMI MMftrrjbf Indiana District Tells HOW He I fcyt Aritnid From Skip to Capture Murderer iI W dat1ngs oi4 a4ab thIbCILI waking i ttJ144eIRwMI worthy of CM J 1rni v fi eerywan beet wIcJt1IM Ka wk be beese re rI S sadsae to atseen- tit TJWo Mlveaz I pres e 1iII1te pwsrj g4 ery newt smalnag a IiIIIt IM dies Mtd to possess aepow c C Toss atIs B M Mcntr Mrtfct chief of tK tou thas to be MM iMUMi pomtimi work put Mnrt Mmrkabi accuracy + ol r 4 the Y 1ocJcal s phijt iil sssa iMy be saLt to be ik Mir As w if the tee seCret J tbtiii iili jWlU trailed criaa t c all Md for almost half a ew- fipis MM ttea sect his greats M It ssptedug the 11 h I3a tnit jif1gI e ti it11lC a R it aeWtW West J t Hd tfUd bide n as dapnib t stem 4tt III th Mrs yew yerire18 qte old al at ttet r yWwM with sue Wr aai by tIN young 44 e tbe Mere M QIHt West Mt tb cold shiv =sin wMeMbe flo1a Mtectlve Jit the Mer praapcd the railing before Ajbost met ecaPMfro the ttL AllKJMnJ and Bv tIti fiAnl saw K tsiWJit and they saw jf s J f J fcetr4edto TtIN iaftrkted animaJ wOeld lMiTfci teWt M cH i hl ejrea a1W the bull paw tot a inoment MM it cattkiaei ecured a red It 1Mteataiaaee attract the attention of Ute Tie timed atfl dafbed toward the i41U f naipea Mto one of the t ljar lrtb aod c i JlaJt n t1H1ebMt aksti re itt ta4 wlie the bull wM unable S 1 rHcfa tlveoi M began to smash th itte s He 4ad back to the cajtie st g cmarterit and not finding Shade Or ON IhS q b4 the hip dt bsbby wvke aiiHile euev tewh ft b i eral trunks and tore up some of the bedcktheL Shades situation was becoming des perate He watched bIs chance andt wien the animal was at the other end of the mp6d out of berth and ran toward the deck The bull swung around and chll edthf SMB He threw up his head as Shade 8f nth top tung throwing hlnv okt on the deckSbadc escaped serjoup Injury j altKough he said ho never was IB such a tight place In his life before In armed capture the btift They finat- ly l lIIllassoed the animal and he wSsxse cured to Ms pen t Cf s Man of the W t a Iu as pc pesaI as paln Halls ihil oI esdw atlve nJ itth crumi vwlt it sthe ft J 1iIIeII Ry K 3 HW Tover Then tfce ioek to hade with ti man and he has never attempted to mike any use ot his strange now rs other than to heed tfielr as they came along at Unexpected inter val Once captain tells he aroused a rain from a 0dep sleep in order toalrestliim i charge of murder The mail a veritable giant In stature waSI known as a tighter Stealing softy to tie edge of the sleeping fugitives bed the detective shook hlni and prepared to engage in a desperate fight while hamtcufitng his man The murderer atuPrubbedlils eyes and did not make h move simply staring alt his captor questiontdVliyhy I was dreaming of you and thought you wfere standing over my bed When 1 woke up thought I was xtiJJ Itf my dream One a woman related to Captain Halfs a dream In which she had seen u man crime and In her sIon she recognized the man Captain Halls arrested the man she described and he confessed the whole Job which had happened just exactly as the wo man had dreamed I r 7 J Saw GROSttUlt Giavc- Y l e t a l I J 1SiLss Wraith arid lt Left Its Crutch Behind Girls =rC k f WI aWl teri BadllyFrihtened t 1t i 11 etitck Sa fpT I is WMt the el xJV warjilntrs the commit tthnbtheMiss Howard was convincing eiioiijb to hare the Ileufj nautrdlspatrh Si r gennt Thompson lisnd the Vpservok to Ulnuiredof yearsof buinez IUcroachmeut Tbepollce found thIt thp top slab of the vault Was looill inrt near U lhi found a crutch Ouestlqus the youui women who sa ttb p flwhrthtlearned that It Wrre long gray whl ers wuJa bit uibby it prrb nud despite its decre aide had uuntctI to get Pver the syll ns nimhl nit n cat would vhave iriideifc The pollw Relieve that some Itd humnn derelUt ttotyltenito become a jrhost hns th1vaeJtasat i 6 6C o andOu1dkestWayto 4 i4 f jfpftzjex pt t ie- i dSS ay sp SaIs BYr cie 4z 13I4ce e1phe QIIPW SW7tO Lg1 I OG00000G000000OGG OOO OHOO llJ ppisht t901 by Nat ScIiaffner Man I r r eAAAAaaaaaaaaaaa aaa a 1nnn n I THE WOOINGI I OF ROSYBEL By KATHARINE L CROSBY AssociatedICopyrighted by Literary PresltI Farmer John cpnsidere4liith nm tl ungodly young man and forbade him toI enter the yard He also forbade hlsldaughter Rosybelrtb llenvej the except on Sundays when she could gol tochurch nnderhls edglc e + It may be that Farmer Johns Ideals were rather exacting Rosybel thought them so nnywiy To her there was nothing absolutely wicked about a pipe of tobacco especially if the pipe were of the rakish type affected by young men who had been to ollege Dick Mellon had been to college Indeed his A5 B was barely nj fortnight old Now he was touring the country after nflshlonnll hfs own Jn the scorch of amusement t He tOM his father that be wanted to see something of life before entering upon that glorious politico career wh ch his doting parentsaw stretching before his eldest born Now touring suggests a guy and fes the motpr car all red enamel and staring brass work but Dick bad es chewcdlsuch vanities as ait too com monphice He was touring ly a hay rack v Besides Pick there was in the hay- rack n vuriety Qf commodities pUc of boards of assqtted sizes for ln shtnceia couple of ran vns cou rjipttons which when von gave them a cbpnce evolved Into a cot bl and a oungln cliaic n nIiUp i1Otcl pail wlikb couhl liP transformed by sotlie miracle lain n ooiipltte chnfing Hsfi onlOt n smsilJ table nudf mot Imyortnnt of all1 n cump orfrnii of the ort carried about by vandg ejlg lIst Wlich l armei John Issued his edict that tIre young man who had dropped Into church froij nowhere at all and walked home from Ihe meeting with his rtringhtor Roylol should not enter his premises onpalrtor death via liUlUlnj rows Dick was rather pleased tJian othcnvlse tHis vacitioivJtendet fair to furnish more entcrtititnUWrt tbin tie had an tlclnutca Mors Ver he was really very nub taken jfYltb Rosybeli who was not only the prettiest girl whom be bud nuf with In his travels but was also blessed wlth a sense of hu mbr This Is an adorable combination hard to resist Tho atom mentioned edict was pro evenlugwhenPick Rosjjicl home from meeting On Mon day moaning the hayraclc drove Into pnrtbyt Johns homestead fence The field did not belong to Fanner John QUitO near the fence in the BhrilC of a big elm tree the younG man proceeded to assemble the hoards V7llnh ho had taken from the h nyrackj- B jt happened that Rosybeisi gmrjlen Snndtritfd1e tlmo out there on Monday morn lit eoucqjcuce As the garden was bistween the house ifiil llijt pacUchlar part of tUe fence Vb r6 tlio elm tree stood she could jot fjclp wwins winit the ytin illan was t FQI oae jWug he was nJos eccrt at 1 i4 bcnI r- etsn rfj plpu an4 iSMta bacthani iLsU dijly about t stein on rtabJeVhIvh RcyTiclv was glad her frtther did not hear for hAfJ oind no g UEg For another thing the young man was building a house which In her part of the country Is not often gone about so casually There was how ever neither pounding otriaUs upr noise of saw The birds sung undis turbed In the branches ofthp elm free lind the hang bird fin her nest watched him without alarm When Farmer John came In from the fields at noOn be snorted iat the sight of his new neighbor ny this time the house was nearly dond Dick was hanging tire front doorf rnu there remained oply the plditayjiteps to be put in plpc4 v When Farmer John came It from the fields at night the camp orgati was relnt work on the piazza Later many connies came strolling by dn the lookout to sed Roslcs new felloW Thy cawe tp see and remained to lance The grass had been dipped short and the strains from the organ Invited to Portland Fancy LJidy of the take and kIndred measures WJiehthey had gone Rosybet stole down to the fence from the place cmong the shadows vjhere shb lad been watching the scerfe Dick Jot to the fence first nod there was neither pipe nor song In his lips By the shine of his eyes you might have guessed that there was a whole cycle of song In his heart all having for chorus the refrain Rosybel daughter of Jphn It was not long howovqr before they were Interruptedt by the w Ice of this same John calling loudly fir Rosin jt now became the favorite pastime for lovers lung and old married and fourtlng to go down to the Old Mill Rosybeldsontlfbut once they had ft grand cfjndy pull after the chafing dish had been unllm bered and brought Into action yOntrain her place among the shadows and pulled with Dick over the fence That wits the gayest evening of them ali for Farmer John was attending a grange meeting over the mountain and no sound of ref trl could reach him This has been going on for a week and tomorrow Is SundAreald the young man when the rest bad gpne and his heart was singing songs agaius tho white paling fence Tomorrow is Sunday and I should like to walk home from church with you HpsybJBl But you cant provoked Hosybel because dad will be there And threes n crowd Ive noticed Do you happen to know beloved st what Is wrong qbocjt your little DlcK Nothing of course only dad thinks you ate a loafer nOd dont know how to show dad his little mistake Some one said he was short banded for the harIng next week Is that soT Yes He can hardly get help but what The squad of approaching wheels threatened Farmer Johns ar fintlSbcdEarly Monday mornlng s stranger applied to Fanner John for work wore heavy silver rimmed spectacles and his hair was slicked down over his foreheadl In n bang His clothes Were all that a f irrn bands should be from torn straw Lot to sullied shoes rnr erJohnIsnearslghted and never interested In mnttefs of person allty Ho chuckled ftrwurd over tbi1 good bargain be had made tortnad diLlon to the horse and hayrack which the man offered alortg with his service he would furnish his owilmeals Ho realized that thUf was utitwtrat the stranger said at be had indlfe tlon and could only eat IBo n cook lug Farmer John was delighted and Rosybol listening around the c riir did not know whether t laiiali oflliii i t J gina ut ncr lovers sense or nonot salt which prevented his eating forbidden Every evening after that they met nndDlckshowedlhEr day hud brought forth the while tWJ boiiritfd orhlft prowess In the field Rosyll el listened paperjy arid let her eyes tell him what she thought of him which was very pleasant for Dick and made Hfe altogether worth living By Saturday the bpy was well Jn ex cept from choh4 patch of clover which the farmer had been obliged to leave out pvcrnlgh It was nil sc i soned and cocked and ready for the fork The weather had been fine nil the weekend when the then turnedl Into their beds at an early hour there was still no threat of change Jn the middle or thenlghthoer Dick was wakened by a low rumble of thunder The young mans first thought was of those haycocks over In the west mowing his next was to get there before the rain Stopping only for trousers and shoes he rushed out tQ where his Jiorse as picketed TJie moon gave light enough lbetween gath ering clouds for him tto see his way to the field where he put In a half hour of such work as be bad never known even in football season The hayrack was loaded and undei way for the barn before the rain struck Farmer John met him Jn the fanyard with a lantern as ba drove up InQ hurry anti stared at him in astonishment Open that barn door you loafer Dick yelled In his excitement quite forgetting that he was addressing the father of Rosybel Farmer John was not used to being called a loafer but when be came to understand the situ4 iltlon he rather liked It When the hay was safelyvbpused and the barn door padlocked he Invited the young mob IntO the house to dry off There be bustkid about and buIlt a ilrclll the kltcheu stOe1 and while 1theIy Presently he Inquired mlldlj Wlmt do you do for allying young fcllowr Going lute polltlcSf responded modcrtlr t How To Gain Flesh1 Persons have been known to gain apoundadaiJby taking an ounce ofScotts Emulsion It is strange but it often happens t Somehow the ounce produces the pound it seems to start the digestive machinery going properly SQ that the patient is able to digest and absorb his ordinary food which he could not do before and that is the way the gam is made A certaki amount of flesh is I necessary for aIthlfyou lave not got it you can lid it by taking scorr EMULSION Itysia wiIII ksseasd- hs ae sI ceros MIl We 355k CfllS5Si154YAdM Of IkWCII- LcTTADowNZ4OePIse NwYQrk- a i 1t t lJtt 1 H8Nyouget r i adyt s Q f sperI l tI t3toyrChristmas h neyaflI f f i 4 i wantto spendit inthemOSts- eTisibe r l r wayffinoton1yntdgti I IEti Jt vaJuforl itb fitfQg t thinSsfj that are to pIease those wniirfi t0 if t- lrecelNe i I I ttteEmOlmle fiers wsjF L t T J i i f HIh4- Vand Tetr us show Mjj whA I J ifir 1 1 ban do to help you i t J tJ rrtfy Especially in buying presents for men young aen boys joi1AsiJa able to give youa good deal of help IfIi t Weve got a big lot of things for m ns gifts things boys liiwiMf 4l culine tiingsyou1Imake a hit if you giveaity go of yifty or d Inobv iitthngswe can snowyou here costing anywhere frow ZS dtnte m iDtv xor 7500 4iNo male person for example eretVhas mor Iaa 3ome n efctfai UMA t 5he wants see wliat 50 ceits 1 rdii 2 00 300tILror paIIJi vneckwear here r V V 0 Same way with fine handkerdiiefsner to aay or fi hif1 t always acceptable pr suspenders glores saiafl jW ky ahiAi Jusps I wanting them i 2f Well show you some elegant walkimg abicks and umbretti frooi 18O oine of the better ones heavily silver moioted W J sKow you MOM y thinning fancy waistcc U from 500up If youwM to go in far si substantial thuigs get him a k Vl V Hart SeMffef SMarx Jo P J t 9 fine suitor overcoalor a full ke or Tuxclo suit Youllasvr- titii 7 i moneys worth nor better dotiiMM f f v r Qtiv f jI Anything bought here may be exickanfedfai r t JJ i Jv anytime if he doejintlike iit br g itback Ltf i CGnnninghamh iDutoan liti J g Mem prange or itpitaritemamled Farmer John It was a crucmlques tJon Ill stand for the farmers every time DIck assured hlir and that set tied it The two were earnestly dis cussing the ownership of wild lands wbep tile sitting rootndoor opened anti Rosybell appeared Neither saw her and presently too conversation took 8 more personal trend Do I ndersllI asked rarmer Johnttthpt youre talking of gettingt Rosybel to finish your education for t yelJ Ilc5kI Wpmenfolksyouve the makings f a farmer If poli tics fallt she can have the job tr she wants It A little gasp from the girl bought them both to their feet Dicks interSI est In tthe farm versus capual was tot the moment in abeyance as be crossed quickly to her side When does school open Rosypel he demanded tenderly Farmer John picked up a candle and stumped to ward the back Ball door rlroundrlI next day which was Sunday be Would walk home from church alone But Its you who will be tbete ClJl er corrected Rosybel some timfe lInter and PIcki after the way of men was not at too many jmlns to set her right t f 1SMadei f Oliver irritably That woman would differ from the Lord himself OlivIarShe has nlready done go Oliver In what way Olivia On a matter 9f form Judge f Thud Green I shaved off my mustache ester a1 BrownYes I noticed Qulte 8 ownfail wasnt ttJudge VauaniYoung man1 said the stem aresto have you ani Eden of the value ot a v nolhr Certainly answered the glided r thoAt the club a dollar repre tents one white chip Washington Star l 1Y1 wondor He can tHat cards bowll mad cuss like a trooper Can he say his prayera No hes too little for thatFU rende Blatter OvtrhwrJ Jthe Wechri The buckwheat cakwi at my Art hiS house always remind me of butball game H6wsor The batter doesnt alwaya makeJ hltPuck l j ApprFriite Means uIwHderwby Mtlud dyes b c alrrI Because she thinks the bfohdvty kkillingsBaltimore Aiiiorlcaa reaklnf a PrivscbI mdc Knkker Least said soonest men4- dBeapeckver kaTt a bulten el- renr sirt An iutereSWng tact In coBncctio with frog life te that if jfrojg are lHtke01lg1tthdrthey will lIve fur tuoutliH without any thing to eat wbljo if caught WQdt three Ttcclm ttct the tltafrtiH n flmdthevitItipnthJ J k BASEBALLONDERI IIf ITHEI f 1 His Marvelous Feat ef Muck ttrMftK tantil Enrfurane That WM tirjffM nat For Prevwlen In iII4A RM In GamH Wes Pitchers may come aM pltcbert way go but the name of 014 HOM lad bourne gOes on forever I have talked to many great ball players who Lave lamented tome the tact that baseball fame is so ephemeraf t tlt WM o worth the gaining and while af o W tblsJs in A great incasBte tre There Is one pitcher who has left a BalM that promises to roll ea for many many years I Each year hundreds 0tpJtcIteftClalm attention of the world and eackjear thcare promptly forgotten JJ tIlII notsl prodncd aman wfie althovgb now years deceased has it hrlshtw name than any of the greaTravltltiMte In the great campaign of 18S4 wMr the providence club the a member of 1tbu National Jeag1e wasBktlBr a Wtl 1phe1 untiL Afplayer nimd JSwee e who waB pitching was ordered to fo into right field to change peaces with Gjv cloutf Miller At that time ItwnsQot permissible to takea pitcher ptof the game i Whereupon Sweeaey pioniJy Walked put of the game leaving the team with only eight mel and with one pitcher Cbarle Radboarn Two men tried to cov riMii teW with the result that Prov DCewa1 completely snowed under Hj ft iaf of the directors wotf held ttiIe i4f 1bandedIfu lJou rut was approached and the projM sItlon put to hint I cau wie It all right n said be iyaIetlyaB i fi a matTcr of titer toue And then followed tie ffipit reeark able bitrtJeiQtu nennanttKkt tfc world Ima ever seen Radbowa se ji tu bUs ed a record that has iMsVef been equaledl one that wIn lltt when amoss expensive contests will have bablissfully forgotten Qf tweHty4ir l consecutive fcames Radbowrti wotf fwenrVsix In fopr ga nMwlt 1 ton be haul three slistuata eMsjI tlbltfJwscore of 2 toO Ld wen tbeWs4tAy I MessfthatI IeoilSeaettonbourne onthspeniiit But the imcorahttJteIarIts- traln l Jprlcc Ko wlth4 t great ato y liqniiag I after morning when Radboenw erese i lip tI 09t tick lift Ik arni ftiKigft H hDi ttil3t He jiad tto IJflSSb klh hair wltJj hUt t ttMIMItbe dId Kt jl vo up the eIH wiwH slip out tto the parkj afcurtf two hour telbw 1thereJit of4the tenut tj In p J l eacauce awl iron l begin the ctauumg procW et UurtMrte III lie wouM 4tchihe enly sw let when lew I6t R ot bet would keep on trying tint aftertime iibbiiix blr ifm with btlee band JloiDetimoa his face F drawn lip Into CQHtortlouH but never a word of complaint leftvbla ilpi Hajf an iiout before tIme mime we I it ItgeMW Ow floss wee fett Joi They would sit fJta on ftfii ifwaitfcf fOr Mk ariftr gitet jaties Whes he WM abte to t fria secood to hoses be a rsa clwer woald jo up foe tiier that toeaat the wIiag tha for themS t Radboar claimed toa j Btoam1sen AtW ihiguet fIOa wtlk Prek1eneei a 1WtKblnnJs r contracf with f rorUMn fiw tt aexC season kMlo When waa ever1 the late Ned ANita OfetUtnlt of the team that ssssse K t ir IdM txte4lke lie laid the vroiiM b and cfrse besIds5t 1biaah tract fladhoarue leaked at ibMi Hfijt foV several 1n1114is ad tteaT Mewif took up a pea cad ftlMrte Maa M f rlt suna unqt 2OtJO tlI ha had been gettingF Hi4 toi ep tba s ease Alkn1a1st Ml fi MMd wept for dfoy 1 R dbdunic Jaatuy rlfl w with CincuntI In 11hut It wn a sa4ear tsli a ptt Jtt t reerPf no great a baN pMer eH41t8J aalJy Thet yene ha thowed great l4er1orattoj festh t mi strata made la 14 wle1tto tell m hiaKPM At tn eod ol dto tminor league IxusebSIt so tIrsd 0 ttWfeW froiis the ga Nre-ut to Bioornintoiwbisfb qnr44 billiard balL lI had IfttIto up- n III imwlnkfafr silence wesid 11 comer and watch theyo ng men- U they jgpy rUe would talk ibiS lmIdf oIy wi eerid aid t bet tee a few abort wort B imt d ways beenau ardkot 5sbaeas mt iJkIIfI Ipa Mi- tpa lit eh yser tLeIti 1 Increased iwtfi be became aleoKMt aot tot t j vSC Aftw a ttne he RW ap Ma bBMt 4hfttroan sssl wap 7 1JIfJ ieIa Itlt Ilt C t t tff lApeiaen lllr 0 ift4tickattilt tnlloswfre botisM the tilket n doable Ha tens via hbffe even fvatly WOK a Mtljtfla Kr alorgaj seE for iSnin and fssb to aettto oehlui flCOO a jets fyf fttte The Matt dU wct bw QJ php ore at thin Mg Maaftatn 1 wiW rather May fS mb IBM lbs astonish lag rpty WTbrr aJki Mr M r ftu 1oe arf jood La 5f5sen yef n rDtti be tn iwered da1jt1l iMk to on jrow II aa BwaiMr Morgan sbant Ike twelYp eetbiiP the law wilt pbo1d c In trinuarog the orerbaajter itobf from tree growing Jaat seer the Ha oa aoaigb hot JA tIeeS but It does not give see the right to cut the trees down or glrdla tHto en that thy will die == IPIJRSIa IssssThGbsII WselsIu- Y II lSSOwi hsIasuiil IM t iitif fir rii- iti keec- isi tiI6 Wile W wbly- U lit label A en I Marinl St LOUISYiLLI 7 v ic r r cr TIiENE11112SLEHDER 7w iRG ft BTO8 UUDENT Qty T ETWtXTED NITHOUT cIINp ff r All Jr6aaokIf8PftuttqD o aI W0jt1t- 5 1 DR J tA1UJ l I U O ItbaRrtUo9m- iw i Y ti t p O rriA i jjrtJmWAft JI 1 D fflktjto rocfi wiMt p OfyicPbn Mo 0 asIdtii c N 38 W F Jq 8Y i A1TORE T LAW UsOPaoPW2 3nk iPRIN FlD KY tJ i i w HATTi coe oyer Red Cr091ru 9tor1 Oe hour3 1Hyztt 108Qj 1192 m lo5pm iioJNt M4YvrS ACJiiKtCTOR AID UCSEO EMBALMER i rEl PHONE AYU NfQHT T4 J zPRRP1ELl11Ti 1 ijf invitei our Washington and Xtlapii co rttjr friendsr wlien lin IL isville arid Jooking for a pIel stop to call on sPW t t w ed lQo S 1whiciwe wrtlfetldc lodgers fo- rsoror1ongtay at reksoti tofofilesvr Located on the Northwest cot IMK oS eptti and Market Sts f Irvine Wmmrtt John Ed len Piide ol WashinOtn 1 40R SsigIdchoii e Manulacturca JW4JarbOe Co r i We pay higbest market price fQi gran If yojQ ianttb Best FLOUR 0 ask ypnr grocer for 4c A llt1t Y lNO 1 mGBACI Vait the sufferer that this syslpm la Jot iOU ntedt to M trtk13rory Line Ky1tLi lMkach Medicrn ItWi11te movo Ln I acho 1jd orencz aM restore IcsUb 2ionliiCobolic NsA WCMA L1A CwSL LouIsj4o For Sate JIJ Springfield by Hay l1k Robertson a 1IcALBILL KNsMcrNo j stI1ISbtaIiIs I a R LJ 1t ttJ ir cI Skin Diseases u L l tIIIe Zemolll at- p r NhutaeOetasncntbrcuTesany foii- k Itelnng Skin or Scalp dtteue Al Dmggirts Write for sample E A Rose MedCo St Louis Mo HayuIJl1 n u Roiiterda i j Joi Jii or Hnili1I TOWNicaIppn1ns cltatui I I nAajylIds1 kttdtrt D tLJ iRAi Prt r a ways jfr pleasure fo recetts Sfor inas Some iiipei oas t2WIIszmst t i 1Omhot1lj tXbpHe Agply to John w Lewil l WANTED Hostler in each county aa ijfentfor gooJf line of 1ub4ood and paiots Liberal1 pqiimissionJto reliablei B4m Ttft GHntoiV Oil Go Gte oand 0- ipuotHrdestySclJ 001 lxtte n4 r tbedirectioo oX issI fiaydkn will jtivs an entertain eefen1ij tiv ptojgjam has been Arranged Messrs English two u lei buyers from the South were j here last week and bought a nice Flandt Willett and Kent Smith It is a unique way the R dc Cr ssDrugr Store t sJf selling dyomei a guaranteed cure for catarrb Complete treatment 100 Money back it it fails t Onaccouat of Saint Jphus day coming on Saturday Spring lihttYedag DecO 26th for the purpose of electing officers for the corn ing year Every member of the Springfield Lodge should present at this meeting it Tbeiengagemeotof Mis7 rA4inaJJ Simms and Mr Richard Kelly is announced and their marriage will take ji1auein the early part of Ja uary Missf Simms is the sejcdnd eaugbt r of Mr and Mrs John F jjjbMr Kelly is the third sor of Mrs John W Kelly Both are popular ypung people1 and havetI a largfe circle ofJrierids n Mr B HvMullicao suffered iitstroke of paralysis while in tosn ou 1ast Friday He recoyejrdd enough to be taken borne but on Saturday his condition grew much worse and for three days thereft r his life was despaired of He began torally later how ever and at the present hil con dition though still precarious is somewhat improved The pupilsqf the Springfield fiigh School will presept a new and attractive program ra place of their regular entertainment rhisyear they will gtve a mod irnized version of Othello The play has made a hit wherever it his appeared arid the ipcal pupils will QO it justice The evening f Dec filstis the date and the Opera House is the place A npre complete notice wjll beI ivennext week r Rev B5 F Rogers who has oeen pastor pf tLe Christiau hurcbtTCOy arswili preach his last sermon hevre the fourth Sun lay of this month I ev Wol of Xexjpg on iwho has accepted thl pastoraie of ihe church wjl preach his first sermottliheLfiret Sunday inJan uary Mr arid Mrs Wolf will iiove here the first of the year tnd will be gladly wt loomed by h sc nfagtion as s rosid nt pistor Thg nteirimntiye on under the absFriday evening dices pf the U D Q was a real treat jt consisted of a most it- trestiqg program Miss Ade line Berspt gave some of her most excellent selections in be r iajinitatJliB t yle Miss BersotV fttidiltbn of jPolIy of the Circus Margaret Mayos noted produc Jpnj Interspersed with humorous ssiectloh held the audience i wrappbd attention iss erso t was uJslsredi i by sppe of put local I Telat ifiiisses Mary Hay Jon and Anlfa JKBimtoa r ndere g beautiful vOcal v6eiectionsV alsa Mesirs Willie Waters and Rudy Phe moving pictures were ex tamely natural and much ehr joyecfc i H it No j i t cf klIxp8fDfMi indebted to tbee- M t Yl y thirtOb pleas t c11L af Jwpet Deposit Ba- J1kLnGi9 pc befori Jan 1 Q t l lah I 4r IingWte l e tproven u the e i ctI C UJlt 1 9 NtE r rJf I I UrontD d ipEarly rnei- sII fia Iitt12 TQFJG1ftitAit psThe Springfield Water and LBlectric tighti Co is making ex tehsiye improvements atLhe- p iiousairi the lower end of town Atwater tube boiler the irst Pne seen here the motet im proved boiler bow used Fs being jputlnV It was inade and iis lxingiinsialleo by the Henry ogbJJ Machine Co of Louisville and ha a capfttyjof2O0borsepo- wehhi g as powerful as tha two1 atft4atf wen The idea1nputtingnanI rother bjiler is to permit oneto do the work while the other isJ out of commission because of in- juryor the riedof VfearJhg or temporary repair A gigantic t mokestack7 100 feet high or38 i ethigh r thanthe presentone has been eredted Thenew boiler will be ready Jot use1by Jan 1 t 1909 I SuddenDeath News was receiyfed her eyester day of the sudden death in Leba I non of Mr Jbhh 3 Hill who j married Miss Ella leachri na sister of Messrs WalterE and placeIphoid fever1 but was thpoght toii be on tIe road tp recovery when be was taken suddenly worse l and passed away of heart failure Besides his wife Mr Hill is ourned by a family Pf eight l small child reo The funeral dr nge Dents have not yet heent announced Mr Sill was a fre a I T- quent visitor to Springfield and as many friends here who will regret to learn of his death He j was a progressive ard successful uines man of Lebanon J o t of Mrs Tong VJ Mrs Lulk JouesTongV ifeof Mr J A Tong dIed ather hqxne thispla eonlast Friday after an illness datit g back several months She was afflicted with cancer of the breast and although I an that medical blcill and tender t care cpujdvdo toreiiwfj her was dope she gradually secumed to rav a gps of the disease and forI wck hadb en a hopeless thPUgli patient sufferer The funeral took pac fromvjSt D minic church on Sunday morning Mrs Tong whose maiden name was Miss Lola Jones was born in Lincoln county in May 18G5 and was the daughty of Mr William and Mrs Jennie i Jones who moved to this place with their family in the elrJyC eighties On October 8 1885 she was married to Mr JArong of this pltfce I where she spent all of her martitd pie To this union the following children survive Mrs GC CarpeDter of AthenSj Ala Misses Nniqt andI Mary Tong and Ernest a dJohn A TongbfSriringfield Besides WWiJ Teeth eX41 Era ted Witlhll tioutDAliGER1JNo chkrges ii when plated tJj arewanted s i Iii3 tLSTALLARDD1Sj iiSprttte1 hl ky f= u i I Ithebanl9n I Mary Jones of this ptaoNoth ing but wods of aduiiration and praise can be said of the life of this estimable1 cb racteIA de moted wife and mother no sacri ficewas too great for her to make fqr those dear tp her Ofa modetand retiringdispopi i tion therewerefewwho ljjoytd the privilege of a close friend Bliip but those speak in eloquent praise ofi her lovable Christian Co the bereayed husband and childreni the sympathy ithent- ire community goes out s MYWORKSELLS H letterreceivlfrom Lexington KettucTry Mr Geo J Begeman DearSirV V What J hae to askyou is the ccistofa set of harness for driv ing purposes Now jgVfor myseif for theone 1 have is a little heavy h is4 the one youI made for me So cive me your best price on a lighter set ancl the Half Tan lines trimth dnpa little more Ii have the bit for the bridle What Iinen some thing Bice You may alsq end soon as possible the following L 2 Sets breeching 4 pair t inch Id ftlines 6 pair inchj bridlec yourfbest style 1 doz back bands 1 doz If in belly bands l doz of the Fair f riding bril9Vl S6 let me hear from you at Sncy and any order I can geb or Vtneso Yours TElespectfully i FVAVVWaie This is my third order from Mr PAWareand tnt farmers arpundL xington Ky If they see1 a saving in ray goods and prices there must be QQe for the farmers in and around Washing ton county Buy your harness from the Manufacturer and save the middle mans profit GEORGE J HE EM AN Tile Ha nessf in Notice All persons havingi claiciis against Tlios VotAdmni strator of BaiineliaVKnby will presentsame Ljp me at my office Spricgfield prop ny proyen on or before Feb i 1909 fgr settlement v I IG Leac man M VV- OWVC9 De Witts Garbolized Witch Haze Salve has many Imitators There is one original and the name DeWUt is on every box Best salve for scratch es and hurtsJ i is especially good for piles Sold at the Ked Cross drug storeVI rrcI 2800 LBS == QICItt Christmas Cattdjijs VThe most of which sells for only 1 100A LB r If you want to ave money on your Cindy Pur chases and at the same Ume get Good and Pure Cundis dontifail to 5ome to See Us When caii4Vv ORANGES V t 18 IBozobthaGoodt and Juicy Florida Ormge which ve are Roingxto sell you at20V25c and 80c nP dozen yheap than ever befyevDont t miss these MIXED NUTS FIA Pbund for Pound Mixture of the Choicest t Grades of Nuts fbrt only 2K per pound l Also he betiu Walruts Almonds Pecans and BraW Islhl tirr qh Pr esar JJt t e I FRUIT BftSKETiv fined you will find a Choice Le Also in I I Aes Binaoas Figs Riisens DasL Cra- nbrriesCelery f Etc E1We have aimto ge- tI i 1f e rst N i OYSTER t VV VwjIl hveaFull Supply of the Be3tFrefV yourselthatl ItWe have eVerythirif else inthe line bf Xrriaf icr I CCIIW to see us os and all Y0UES PRULYV MCELROY SHADER II PU5CYNAL trt h Benhi WIt h histcen cAtiitedT position with Hagia A- 3rP VVVJJMis Aice Sansbury hasre ft accCptecite okke per Mr Thomas 4L Hard st re turned Monday from a hunting trip of ten days in the Mt Zion neighborhood Mrs Uri sty ret rned from Louisville Tues 4Ilomebafterl spesding two lnbnthswith her relatives in Danville I PVpf renceberg was summoned to the- obedside of her father Mr L Searcy on Monday Mrs dIW Mp Bride is also here aod willc ofMrjSei j called hi conultation with Dr M W Hyatt as to the natura of the serious illness of Miss Lucy r pThe physicians well agrf that the attack was appendidjitis Miss Browns conlittipn is slightly imprOvedi i Mrs J Louis Harmon of Bdwlg Green will spend the holidays with relatives herecMr Will ONan and sister MisS EUnice are visiting Miss i Lillian Anderson at Danville Miss Anderson will return with them to be a guest at theONtm homofor the holidays SDrCharles jEdelef of Louisville spehttbd last week at Mr Geo Eeelens hunting birds Mr Ln Edelen of Okland Cal iis vipiting his parents Mr and Mrs George Edefen in the St Rose neighborhood This j ishMr Edelens only visit home inAfive yearstMi Rlaget Simms returned home Irom Atlanta Ga alter a C visit of hree weeks with rela J tives v J rJJ R purrett and daugh ief Miss Elise ha6 returned from a trip to New Orleans and other Southern eitios They al ft so visited Mexico while awayn ciMrsUvNewell1yBloomfieldt e her sisters the Misses Brown the last weekV fVMrs Frederick Manget of Louisville is visiting her mother Mrs John w Lewis this week A Uhas Tong James M ore Ruby TichOnorand wife of Bards town Gep Tong atl wife J A Cinng Sr Mrs Florence Hamilton Mrs Mat Jones W H Jones and son of Leoanon Chrism Clemehis and wife J E Carrico ariUwife of New BUyon Mrv hMoly bGBooth Carrico oILoretti attend ed the funeral of Mrs X A Tong cl of this place SundayhMr and Mrs John P Sinjraa i spent Sunday in Louisville I R H Edelen Jr and Charles Tong of BardsCown arevisiting Mr andMrs J Hamilton Robertson at the Walton Hon John W Lewis iis in Wasoingtou 1D C in the interest of Mt Ben Young who flclaimsestate inthe city of WaShingtonn Mr ewIawlll investigate the Iclain3 for Air YounggVMs Nannie Siler and two children jOt Lanxjaster arem guests of Mrs Joe Pettns Dr P L Sibnfl nt Dpcutur Ills will cpme this evening to visit the iHerileins during the bolidayVMiss Rodman Thurman who is a student at Science Hilvi t Shelbyville will cnneV hcme Saturday to spend the holidays The on4itionVolMr M L Searcy who is seriously ill of kidney trojuble has not improved Mrs A G Harrigan of Lebanon is visiting her sister Mrs Clayton Stallings hMrster Miss Ivtay Belle returned from aVyiqIi to Shelbyville andf Louisville resterdayII Mr if a Gibbs is at Lebinon i Junction Mr Ray jjfbodwin of Lebanon spent efitat of the week here Mrs John W Kelly has moved from her farm to town and occu pies the J L Wimsatt house on Lebanon Ljll Mr John Wf- KeUyJr remains on tbefarmI and will continue to oianage It for his mother Miss Mayi Belle GibKs iSvisltf ing relatives in Louisville thist 1ssporaBrQWnof Jlue the first of the week MIseIJieG eenbl return ed from visit to friends in Louisville MisHsM1 tlIcifteJ aNd- Pearl in fguilCampell wer iF vjlle Tuesday MrOL Price tno aghtr- Misa MyVrtl Spl1ttst I4aJ7 Itl Monday with Usabell Price ItBIOomlisIdVV j HOUle DL s ttif 1 i Agd1sevsn rowU MI oi idyveJ for rsnt- Ws In houeg I MMtDClll 6b dl A t r PjJfLiCSALEj OF LIVE tSTOCK rIshlprI Simnspla etwomilps from Springfield oil t tbe Mackville pikeonV y i WednesdayDcc 233 eginniiat 10 AlM sell at1 pub lie aucftionV the fo1Jowin- gronerty S work moles from 3 to 6 years r5g0QClalvesV 2 extra goo black heifers 14 high grade yearling steera weigbin from 800 to 900 pounds 40 good stockewes and 2 bucks Also a new International hay baler Dering binder Deering mower a glvanizedwaterioKt- ankjplows and other farming implements a rubber tire bnggv harness and gearVTERMS All sums under 10 ash over that amount 6 moijths time with notq bearfng 6 per cent interest and payable at First National Bank SDringfield Ky JahnJ and Frank W Simms M CAMPBELL AuctIoneer Dinner on the Grounds Notice to Hunters We the undersigned notify all hunters that our lands are pos ed and on our premises is forbidden hunters are warnefl to stay off or hey will be prosecuted fur tresspass Oscar WalkerW G Grnndy L Grundy IT A Grundy H Nallej E J Brown E Anderson Gorge Lear The Truth Every person in this city who is suf ring from Eczema Pimples Dand uff or any form of skin or scalp dis sc canfind relief and be permanent cured by ZemoVa cean llcuid for use All durggists sell ZEMOI ITWAS AFINECOD Little Story ef William M Chasij the I Portri4Rajntir I Several years ago I had a stndlo at Hnmraetamltlv and was hurrying into London one morning to transact some business Just as I swung around a corner occupied b 0 fishmongers arket my eye was attracted to a magnlQcent cod stretched out for cx- IbtIOn 01 1 clean slab of vbIte mar le Whatever my mood for color was hai morning that fish completely fife ed and filled It I must paint it I de laed I called out theproprietor and told im what I wanted I was a bachelor explained and did not want to buy the big fish I only wished the use oft as a model Could I rent it Ovr now sir he said with true British stolidity uHlnevtr rents mjr fish Yott sees its Saturday too sir HI must sell him tod yps1r However I explained that I needed the fish for only a few hours and diV rectly wo struck a bargain If after two hours I still wished to keep the sht should buy It At the end of the- tipulated time the boy came I was ot quite finished In a few minutes said and when I looked up he was one hortly afterward the proprietor caIn tiptoeing in and peeping over y shoulder I could near him softly sighing and I said bervously 11In a few minutes now in a few minutes Dont urry sir dont urry ho urged Shes gettin ont Hlll tako my chances sir When the painting was finished heV refused at first to accept any remu neratidn but utJength with a mnt e ed apology he charged a shilling The painting was hung and shortly afterward purchased by the Corcoran Art gallery for a very substantial sum On my next trip to London I deter miried to call up my fishmonger tell him of the goon fortune that had at tended the painting and tender him somo fitting reward To my great aur prise he not only refused again any sort of fee bqt evinced rio surprise whatever at the figure the palntuigr ad brought though the price paid represented several times over the ip of his shop Ah but It was a fine cod sirl he aid and his eyes glowed with pride YOhaHtIiA Fair Offw Small boy who has been watching amateur gunners failures for an hour or ttbort Gimme a nickel an a start as far s the fence an you kit have pneat meLifeVI Ihfr ni uJ hear your sun Is iomethlhg of an avlktor Mrs Comeup Well t0 tell the truth he was a bit that way but hes taken the pledge Baltimore American Flowers ne the sweetest things that GoJ ever niade and Vforgt ttoP1lt n tout lntoBeecberVVV Santa Claus t T J A rD1RI iVLbifujine9f i Chri8L5 Toys A VIUOS l dF Bofik AMo a- fllkir N fe brILpilvj Ir II I SJIS IVLadJeS fJoa t r IIS 1 i I Ch1Il t Boys tttoats I ti I II for the nil DECEMBER w4 will offer Qui Entire Stock of Ladiei Cloaks andSuits ancl evrythg NpI in our Ladies readtoaII ngl3QyelothfAT j c I Reducedr Pe4rjj is large arid well a16ortdVIIOurstock a good chance to bUy high class goddsat BARGAIN liicEv ai I t We would belglad Jto have ou afl and look through ourwl1 as ortd stocksandhearthe I I tow PRICSVV 4V I RobertsonGlaJbr f CQf = S IIfooPoIAraD J 54 io I baa anillj is Coning t itr I IThettte p trWyW rs hM astabbMd IhrA jriew house record in oft tows wbers H lu1 iifseen this season M The DtTil ttrI f v Leo fiaydon anooatfCM it fprnTbir UT 1 itf 1 i4J c f j at the Opera iECpuse Tozn1ssts wU t bs miki j ilrt i gretetpay of the ajie TJlie MIe tttbiutar k f r 1A tit y day J Dec 19 t tDIKES IN GERMANY Thy Art 9Mt With rHt Car asd L1etss- When a dike is tobebuUtaM tile are still In places makmg 4kkV to first mapped oat by tile Matiy vlMrf ened stakes a lome tralght cauMwajr leading out from lwre tsd irMMtef lute a rouadedAeaii wWck abttta i the redline oil tbe ck BB L This ground sill orfoHiKlatioft Btattrewi ot wlllbwa is wovea and tmrfc ftt thiS bold and pinned down and keMitai plate by the sharpened pegs Tawattles are woven and saM Ilted to and In places rock antbeI romadteK up neatly out of the water awl J9na lug a tight covering to Jtbe wheTs tie hand squared blocks of itoMare Jaw as closely as a city payemetit all qv c tho head and back atoH the Mek t the old shore It la as paanestaadt- able as the Harvard stativitf UM dike so built and the river abii4o ws the space back of the Up to stock water or to be fllled lm wltk saiL flows on with entire grace ta tH r strlcted channel beyoa the tip The care and exactness with wMch these dikes are mad oldb lttga abtelif it were not so mcc Mf l Ii a land where hand lbM te very eIMQ days nre devoted to oIag what America would be roagbly cOt by chlnery in a co pIe of hears Bat UM result la so admirable that osa reo mombera regretfilly the iyy pttt dikes the horrid fringes M thi im proved uoft channel basks et the nIsisslppL Where the 4ikea UTe acc aipH hiJl their purpose and gtMrally om the banks opposite toVthca the riTtc It rev tted above ziddle Wata rf Thk too ts done with Ute haad a vMrei stones and as reUltth Kit whew completely finish reeeaiMea a hreai canal betweaptoae had biika the stone rising a few tee trwtqr and above it the fields or a frittge of w1llows It ta aN peaceful complete aa4 geawrany beti tlfol VltktJH1t the busty oC irtB I ITIIandThe RtvtfU rwrsOvr MW V mm g aRt Its Vietim It was his turning over heWt that led me to the discovery a to the bete of the Glla mossIer Thie creeiprr more like A Short stecky JwelM iirMli Ieg8onthaa aayihbic cite hue pee son fangs like ties rattkMke JIItWIII- bIte may be jjaet aS dangiMie Hie polsoa teeth are te his fewer Jew aad the polwa cewen treat a tiaaC r ths Jtongue If he Mtes w tthMf tars ing oyer fh jrweai te sat ad ss but It lit tarns sTir fhert hi great daifferi DthoW ot MUT lbrOlXaI as rote Mtoe tia as at- perIace he iriOt tire btte ef a GfaMouterJ J TlbelwfytHe IMC eMfbit aIiIt put tai a bucket thefCf WhM Wfa vreni with papei bekCt wI fso put in t wich lb 4esV was 1rlt AL4bP read Was MV r It ro u tWt was bosiCel as- dowa 4 Is oMoc to y ttt Dr- Mwt pot II gbl btJIIt 7 coy iuuME- TIP 05 hIs sea sM as r 1 1 Ie sass aaero e4TbieJirisesa aM aesa U t Isst Me acesaiMi frg CaMul asts wj 4show that wJbuOiaM taruocer tbatthsd- owa wa tb wud ft b4tt erestuas seit tlasubiijban LL rADSIIMS ssaasu Betisa the wttt t e trie sor of IWbSS wlli d ot q s ruiarkabs aM sativs bSI tq SW jas4 sn durlaq tis b MDi th aset Mv sa tb past I4 Darwla 4Paak Dsrii told as wu seeew assi tb Its wbas a flttI boy iM- a isat aM Sv asms i pepelaa a bM es frr a W ti as ft U- tii4cee liv LtT bwa aawLu tha- Sc sr k Nfs Ji k th Wt7eWMtstass tbua the saytesINuies d lb sa- sata Lryleur wbisiB11u- s abaseS a as r tb- un epVS k bytbuv4eaVltfsI wtsbas yas eoabP- j pr sbs= Huy duijia 4NTn r aud5ths buys IiUI- a Se- R d peW tei bi I bu W CRY rIIi as Wi 1ISTuL1 bu t1t akb a b be b4 as- as T ass d as o n i1asia r at WbWs- aM Alass dkT tbr- M7s IS la m aii buttiag eIa A Idieil-a a Mbs ssei aM u Is W J A rt1tf bus a4atm was asi- t at It In asSV f LTT W aTi1I Ihiat tiIIIIi t 1 v w r z i rwr r 1 1THENESLiDRI f f I FJi 1 t A KRMJXMI SPECTA1L UIUR Mplf s- A +ft1111 Jt W hAbrslMs ff 10 ishws bit YiS 111M prpleti t abit UdtMaa19 thC flW fTI71 fe ft acuur ot 4 mfll 1 WwW tl isise BsWC tI 1s1tJtbup nett fIt 4t est as 1iiIabtk oetI s 1U bs Ga gu sut Te tva tiMt yop utt coritae t s7 = =t a tr YW d tie1 wJilela i taes un s I tiatetwWlLteo pMa to W i I I accot6fgty Thc irkteh em8 Imminent iIbIc vttk oa 1ttn ri that t tII t II J1I i a S tIl== aS ttjIIt tb tonn krtcbt os s4Dd OthIg r AJ 70- 41ostcraIIsth1Mlga Ivw with eo1or o bvak a ire 1s tToss D IAt r os bdUlazit htOff to ij Iit s bosstUal uw DUe iMw fctp P efcst ta thruett pad RT aintlr jercJy halt a Th o doOb o i 4that a x a wdS to fall TW aUt trfttoc ttarowfb i taIJbic dN AIM tI TalJer with U liotoii up Iubows ttea to aM I adIratIes Th motbs th rats w biv aos fall r 1klathat1tkusstaki iJ i 1 tb WWerJJV ds Jl JttlteI1f ed IIIIIea IwEEat MIII M per j rj amd tin =bright th41 car J t Ttct Ih tfip jI l ek that a tJie rapt of kwfe Toica aiii tHre4 base i wbi poit a tutd r tftp thoo V grdwtkaMaewcctI my katet Ma a food r aixotk AM therprokl Y lb esa tMt1I waIt cliPJi a aattsr ef localityb t the ralafall for any J Inbs4 by the ThtIte rI r biiru d ee =i In UM territory QohKBMr for the ir4Z = b ifar the 1t 1 Mt it- tit 1ie ftleMJt1 e a Ik away OBi tf hs r Ia Mhsr7 dJrS5t oIM1ltloMu to nartIkaCCOtd5gtOioCitLOs IB erf te Tftlfcyi rab falli pwctl day J f the yosr taries z taeIn dtl5t the4 vaDswhek Miy W oaly a mile sectiotiaJi t4 tjppiisi Joliags wbieh turrojml 1 Uf ddJtLl only jLnd poseible there iItiHiit degree of fijiiidi peo IB Hboolulo w tile t1S paces iiiy iekh YIa iwetlMui where the t Mfcifatt laay amoaot te two or three hvitfrid fa bse per trICStation r r lixwatIy Bd with a attsatlos5bre isalso LMPlA l sMa tsUac In the at1 i T I I 5e abk tllunpne l MM vcoally aMockte wit- ti rf bfn Tb k accosntM tx that t I coi11 f Iw C whieh m doswii or iaaore 1 eoe M a pay AM may occur t the san Is ItIJ brightly r th t 1allWc trade I i f t soil dry 1Ip the surfcle t I wtthfat Jew intetttc afttera f has p WlMArlNt = re t J11tl a 9loecirs at night tr Atl 1Ct1054 It- I 9w tth whIob to r1gate nilI jflgias hsq a elM1id ayateaiot we Iy WILa with aa14npp1y one aia a iMy eoustrI what be w01iIdI j a at tM iae time ecp the v41ss Oft oecirriag chow 4 i i So Rslus moat un jIIa distkts 5M Wall aa tli 77ft l l M ue f beatISL tricaI rlietuiJartlMIt i1j 7M QrIa7 barre iu1 it dealIy Trq WQrUl1e11i1lr 4 4i Mt to the Mi k haoIMC tl9I tecJtTytdt f eat a004e ot th f M4iIt5ha0- CUd eiaIfu f jL = the heIe territory f i v MtIs 01 iIata1l togethe th4IEaosoilt i taperatare iw gtitJc ua dhrerai ut eHsts tIt15crceW- S tbe wudd isekiog osly i 1oCe1tr het or celdWIJU J7 Jt r ftItj os w ac a 1ILIObOOd to- ry 5rnwisa who P01fk l pcthS h hit of pnttl c I t1I Mdl i 4rwui- s4c i1Mt Ii Iew In Ma Ji f9r aBy s J Ia ei aosIai edoly a attiart ieao Lhe7041a am tftai rrowe4I 7arsi rc a tai Is a bea R u7t TagqChotai 2b 5U P k Jai tHar Atl irsd pi4 the joy cod IK tkni 7 3g f t tHJ IU WI rtco tM 1f p k1 f t r lorj r Itl 1 4Y tJtt =I i t 5at hi tZ t MflI a her au- it 1 4 FOR THTtDRE I 1IT J ahe thaa ttoM NlM tWaitlyei tobe a li UM 11ssUss 18ttilesi aiDfaruB BL COMeqveBtly a TO ln f harp a flute an accordiqo a pteM a fcwMrp and anything ettfe IMJda to the jaolse are all W Jptjp rtonMii at tMh MiBe time Po TJiM wth Wjaetraiealt otaomo8 p iei dte UaMlfv the leader begisa JM7aiiiiMit a hta Imaginary Tlo s etliOj ac WM tev r else fti may be ImftitiBi te reeleound as well as he 811 iM JaiJa ActfoB aivoice The ethet all Jtf the me the sight pre belnjTr as may well be imagined J cdlbgli ludfcr and nol diitttIn the midst of it the leader quite unexpectedly stop playlngand mats an entire kange In his attitude and t floneiMtrviftent one belonging to some one ielse JLs soon as be does this the per JBcmer wjio hs beta thus uncremots4o sly deprived of his instrument take that of his leader and performs a it Instead Thus the game Is con UMMi erery On4i 1ngcxpecte to earefmlly watch the leaderswactloris tod to ie prepared atanr time for Mldiff a sudden change Tke 0410 who fails to make thesekaact promptly pays a forfeit t The Huntsman One playerl is the huntsman While all the others sit Inn circleshe gives each o4e a name calling one hiS coat othffi jik bat shot gun flask dog etct ria huntsman then walks round etsM the circlel and calls tOr in- tAeetor kte gati The player who r tsOiegun at once gets Up take bold of the hmatsmaus belt and walks round after him The hunts JMB calls for ptiet accouterments till aN the players are going round each WBL kaying twbcilcrisr ef jthes huntsman ke suddenly shoams Bang when aU including jtkfe kvtsian rimst let go and rush rllybi1ettkic fallare or he maybe counted out of tHegame and chair removed or if jso arranged beforehand the one left oat may become huntsman and th- eae ga on as before The Oceans Valurn wnterJawe should hive to USe are almostun- abloOOOOOOOOOO gallons It kas been said that with the Jails of Niagara ranrilng at their present st pndous Volume it would take the water of the Pacific more than a mU llion years to pass over them tit rere ioMlbIe to put the water of the clk Into a hollow sphere it would e i ceesary to provide one with a dkpeter of 720 miles The Atlantic OCNa as all doubtless know Js much steaUer than the Pacific having about 13000000000000 gallons so that tile AtlaRttc might be contained In the acic three times If It were put Into a sphere the diameter of the sphere Woaid kae to be about 533 nines CUcagoNews r X liiiiy Uittl Chap It has been ascertahied that the mouse when he Is free to range about sleeps only two hours In the twenty or or less than any other animal known During the rest ot the time ke Is on thy hustle and probably covr era flve miles In his runnings The honeybee sleeps from dark to dawn limit that old saying as busy as a bee should be changed toasbusyrn a mouse In four days and nights a mouse will either eat or convey away a pound Of cheese He has always got his appetite with him Conundrums Why ii a dirty child like flannen Because he shrinks from washing What iff the difference between a girl of seven and a woman of seventy One te careless and happy The other Is hairless and cappy Why are platioa noble characters Because they are grand square and nprjght When is a chickens neck like A bell AVhea It is wrung for dinner Wky te a crow a brave bird Be caMe It never sbjbws the white feather Puzlt With Letters Jettercstance J A rivet Answer Dee D 2 AnlusectIi3 A bird 4 A garden vegetable V A Chinese beverage Atte7 AnHwers2i Bee B 3 jayIr flea Pl 5 tea T 0 yew U The Remainder 31 yeardld Bays vteacher was ent deavorlng to give some very simple stnictlohs lIt Iractiona She added If Jane has Wx eggs and uses half qf thai to bake a cake what part wit afcekave left Quickly came the an swer The sheta A Christmas Dilemma I 1GtI al1ke the old woman who lly d In shoe With my eight dear children four on sick knee beAri4harj1 wfll break yet an Inch inoW tUUngroom now can make I ympathlze truly Indeed I doWK IIvwIRaHoneyed Words qiTheyow wife WM giving you the dickens boyMtshvery sear tailing tOO nWey Tot mean It How well tbatT I called ewYNeHurQlOl saId the Sun day school teacher fyoud like totft IIU UUge1 wouldnt your fIy m replied Tommy to ttit ttilll t V1iI be tI ith gray wMskers PMIs4sipLa 7y q 4 WJthHf4ti os i never tike aMytlalnj fiat wlth7fit tlN ll Ir5sw1 ys tOlk 1f that T11e 1i to his wife ojd = heii J r ASKS US n mm1 4 iSimpletV Toi relieve tbe worst forms oftBheUinatjsrfi take a teaspponful o the following mixturs after e aachFjuJd Extract Dandelion one half ounce Compound Knrgon tme ounce Cojipoupdl Bjfrup Sarsaparilla thrjee ounces rues harmless ingredients can be obtained from our home ugiss and are easily mixed by shaking them well in a bottle Relief iis generally feltI from tt e rtfedoSes This prescriptions for sthe clvgged up inactive kidneys to ttilter atjd StanJn from the biped the poisonous waste mutter auS uric acid which causes Rheuma timr As Rheumatism not only the most painful and torturous di ase bUL dangerou to Iif6 this simple recips will uo doubt be greatly Valued by many sufferer here at home ha should at oncie prepare ttile In xture to get this relief It s said ihat a person wh- owouldtuj this prescripiion regularly i doseor two daily or even a ft w limes aTeejTj Would never li ve sei ioqs KIdney or Urinary disorders or Rhtrumai isui ht55 Out tthioutand preserve it good Kneumatism prescriptions which Halli relieve araIiindeed and wh n you need it you witit it badly OLD CHOOl DOCTORS Ignorance of Physicians of the Eihteenth Century TORtURFORTHEFATIENTSEvery Classed as a Fever1ardPi1ls Pas tens Burnins pnl bleeding Were the Regulation Remedies The proverb The remedy iis worse than the disease Wist have been colp d lu the eighteenth century when physicians treated theirjfatlents with a violenc4 that border u on assault t arid battery It was held that sickness was some kind of a demon that must be overconie by piUs plasters bleeding and burning and If the patient ncI dentally got the full effects of1 the torture and died so much the worse for him Air and water were considered the most dangerous things for a sick person to have and his misguided demand for them was Interpreted as a sign that he should have still less The windows wore stint and the cur thIns of the four poster tightly drawn around the recumbent unfortunate gasping for breath If he burned wtth fever the blankets were piled onilfliI A deslrefor water meant tha have none while a llack Sf nppetlte proved that he Ought to be stuffed with food AJjath ifras positively un thilikableSThe deadly results of breathing nigh nlr were accentuated by tncd taI writers says S G Tallentyre in the Cornhlll Magazine All air was bad but the night quality often prov vd fatal tQ young ladles of beauty forturie and great merit and to young gentlemen of parts and breeding One joldT medico recommended that a bed liamber should be ventilated in the laytlme Another dared to suggest lat consumptives might benefit from iieepmg in a pure atmosphere The rule for ablutions was Hands often feet seldom head never but a physi cian far in advance of his age sur ofted that invalids might bathe their fcet in warm water once a week and under extraordinary circumstance fake a warm bath once a month Overeating and drinking caused ninny of the diseases ofthe upper lasses Montesquieu said that dinner tilled one half of the Parisians and nipper the other half Everywhere Jt was the custom to pile the table with coast beef mutton capons boars heads pasties creams stuffings and ortnconieats A fearful repast of twelve JndJgeslible curses was brought on aI- togotherso that time diners knew whatI was expected of theiri A large break nat of small beor and meats preceded time gisaiitlc midday meal when people enjoyed a Gargantuan gorge for three hours ovd spent two more Ip Falstaff Inn potations After this the gentle men Joined the women for a dish bf tea in the drawing room nnd it was not longbeforetie wholeparty of maii5aiuwontlas returned to the dining room for n supper on the cold rein nan sot the diuuer Amid this orgy 6f gluttony iWalpole and Voltaire wew- dlstitiguLshcd for an abstinence that prolonged their lives Heavy drinking was universal and rarely reprimanded by medical men as by Dr Tronchin One Dr Cheyuo advised women not to take a whglo bottle a dRY Another axfthority wrote a popular treatise In which the best menUs of atttalnlng longevity was stated to be a bottle of wine at dinner and tliregThsses after Those who fol lowed such judvloe were in danger of being dubbed temperance cranks A stpry lsbldof Ute celebratedaud con tippIngbumpersmiudcd that his patients needed at tentlon Ils mrfttcr said Garth already half seas OCr if I see then or not Nine have such bad constltu ti ins that all the doctors in the world cit save them abd the other six have such good tliat all the doctors inl the wnIiimt kiirthenf A physician flamed BMwm became the pet of fashlQnabl aicii by at ways pretcriUIng pliii Tebpdies L lJftJt9Ptltr0111time pr punch ttet diiiflcr t11someenltv them19rUqtwc jiDd fred pr Brown recotn udcd id b1sJ1e mtleuta the coin OIMLlOnesuch on agreeable reginen was UM gotitA for which eighteenth century hlsh livers took seas of liquid etl- resmonntmrlnsd of pills and bIas fpowders Any disease beyond diagnosis wrput down asua fever Whether ty gtlstrlcDOtIcoutnglousor thInK which caused a rise In temperature was sufficiently described by tM testafeyer Smallpox scurvy spotted nl jail fever were maladies disttncgye of the hfce Dlshifecyon aad first aid Ho natures were never dreamed of while the patient was dosed with hor rible drafts and nauseating compftumds urdb1cd on every possiblfT occasion LouLs XIV was bled nine times for scarlet fever Bleeding killed the Duchess of Tremoullle and her his band When a mob attacked the Duke of Bdtords house In 1705 the doctors remedied the outrage by bleeding the dt hess next morning A young maa wl6 fell agalnsf a marble table anti exit Ids liqad open was treated by hav lnc n few pints of extra blood drawn ft ni his veins by an expert surgeon B reriug wits esteemed next to bleed lIe A fashionable remedy forcon sllJltlnns a mash Qt yaw snails fliells nnd all taken from a spoon- Care oF the Colts Feet If the colt Is allowcJ to run on a dry pasture the feet or hoofs will natural ly wear even and delhii along the leptinshould be plenty of straw be 3djg too the stalls shouIdbokeptas dry 5 pos sible The proper care of the o61t hoof while young often decider the fate of the horse when it is grown Sometimes the hoof will not devfJp straight it lviii grpw awry maker It difficult for the cplt to run The t even surface should be rasped off nu the vaU tr mmed slightly round t prexent cracking Too much use the hasp pdt advised but ajudlclon use of It will go fac toward correctin natural or acquired defects in thi growth of the hoot It Is essential that the hoof be kept symmetrical and well proportfcinedt Farm Wisdom Holes in metal roofs may be stopped py lumps of putty and paint A leak Ip the winter enns wet litter canker olds and roUp mDchlneryWho pant but it makes the machines and tools last a good sight longer Dont leave the tools out to warn and rust In the winter storms OIJP plotthanthem up and put them away in tie dry If you have no tool house put them in the packing sited A c it of paint applied now will ad4 soveral years to the life of the woodwork of tools Lice In the Henhouse Do hot put too much value ott the statement tlmf HPI do not linilMnlv In winter Look your hens over as you go through the pens and see how many lice are troubling the birds Watch thIunderside of the roost aad the bpttom of the nest for red mites Take measure to get rid of lice and mites They may not spoil your winter egg yield but they will certainly reduce Jt A good dusting powder and a liquid lice filler are needed on eyery poultry plant njo matter how aiall FertlllzInojCretton Three years ferfiUtec experiments AliIbamcotteriseed meal and nitrate of soda Tvere applied to cotton at a decided profit elther alone or in combination with acid phosphate The USQ of acid phosphate was usually profitable but the use of kalnlt wasalmost uniform ly unsatisfactory TeHrRout the Flea Fleas In outbuildings may be routed or killed by whitewashing the walls Scaldinghotrlors with strong kerosene emulsion The insects may be driven from dogs or other animals by dusting them with pyrethrum or Persian insect powder Hog Paralysis When the hog seems to be losing the use of its limbs feed less corn and more bran and oats chdp If the trouble Is Very bad give eight or ten drops of nux vomlca In the feed twIce a day An abundance of green feed should also be given f Partners In DeoVs My tooth Is Just killing me she complained r Why dont you got the dentist about it nsKed he Because Wld she I owe him money You and I seem to po in hard luck EverytimeUIJrcnksmonei6N floisaflils Em KHicy TroBble and Never Sispcct H Prevalency of Kidncr pliease Most people do not realize the alarm ag increase and remarkable prevalency oflddneydisease Whilekidneydis orders are the most common diseases that pre val they arc almost the last recognized by patieat and phy sJcians oho con tent themselves milnaldiiwasystemWhatT There is comfort in the knowledge M often expressed that Dr Kilmers remedyfulfilspain in the back kldneyshver a des aSSageItfind fTects badfohlowmn orbeerofteudunngtimes dun the night 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