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alt1 IQ dii- dt JiilJ tit 1 It rfJOQ uitd btsiti O a wftthN WV Dr Shoots RestorativeRED CROSS DRUG STORE rww c t l THE A ie NEWSj =LEADEgit l t- c i r 1 7 r NOTES AND COMMENTStc it Gotct Tkne meAtLs l 6enlQngin an alopkin fer ter sed dkthaipy day J- Wken a man km lfr ek a1iviiana li t1 eJ rp1Yt i An awe nobody no thin all de blessed year arounV V 1 Ajx self bU lates piclchiaafc leben centapounr itflpoklakl wouldnOtbe l1efteee r dat time arrive But bless deL rdt it done come roun anVtam still alivel tAn Jig p tdup evy Bollar an I owns my little placfr An notrl 1oolcfls big r un world 1jbtsueIylnde race Ole Marster mjghty good to us de whitefolks treat us kin An we aiut ferglt de favOrSWiiiI WC nstecgit behip Lord keep us gpodJangiye usstreng jAnj T cnt1tpounr iG W 1 i NCLERE4USrl- 1 Home Alagazi forJamiary 1Jt pOD INDICATION Oner of Che best iindications of the financiaf prosperIty of vcommu tiiffyis to he f undin the Condi tioQ of itsbank In this respectt Springfield jUst naw certainly aaikes remarkably favor able shosping The statement of th- etobanks aa made at 4heclpse b fI business on December 31st Show a remskrkably healthy con dition Inthe matter of depbits It is clearly indicated people of the county hatlhtt flied in the matter of j iiey TuI Qtal deposits for tlti twO Springfield banks figure out about 716 000 which isan increase over the amonht on deposit one year ago if about 08000 Tobacco is credited with tberremar able volume of money on deposit yet it does not aopear rtasqnable to glre 4 trJ ti1a b6bacc9 a letifelH et FirJt e a t v eraliJGarsr with the possible ex ception of last season the pro celgds fjjpm tobacco sales have totaled an amount fully as great as this year The farmers are levidently prOspefing in other lmesas well as in tohaccp t TT I ALUABiiE Stock in e th- etA one lof the Springfield banks shouldbe yaluable proper ly accordingi to the way bank t stock is yaluedi Banks which 11ualinstiintionfe in which to be inter 1estedfrbrn1 city of Louisville iCY as high As tenper cent annunl 4ivi dendi are quoted atover 200 and is eagerly Voughb by investors t titt j JfT i 1NcOth CELEBRATIONr AjaL 9utrar c umbeV of llocal ndring t Dratiott Which is to takeplace at the Lincoln farm near Hodden t ville on Feb 12tl and at whih- rcideut oosyeias prom ised to be present and to Officiatet at the laying of the cornet sione 10 the monument A lgood many people in this county and those who have gjyeh the matter any j iavestigationj are firm in tbe be lief that Washington county hs a superior claimas the birth plaqe of Lincoln over that of LaRu and for that reuspn do not grow enthusiastic over the proposed ceiebration down at pdgenVille However as Washington countys claim for the distinction has never been jursea tbbugh the proof bas P6en raostcopvTdcmg ourpe pie are npt inclined to throw any countysibzningthethat tel up at tbi Jlate day The tIt tendance of Pre ileo ROQseveflI ou the occasion will u faigcrowd don Feb 12hr vSiniffceiedy1 L4rlpje Raclcia ydover pitKre qttckly cared by Folcys Honey a Tar The ore nd inflamedlungi lt JaIed and Btrengthened and- digeroHbcQnpItlou a l i fquklyetted Takeolrl Foleyi Honey and Tr packagel1 0c Cobles Corn is LatetI A year ago H Jv Sconce and TayJor Gfarlou b of Vermilhon county Illinoisi purchased a quantity ot seed cnrn in Indiana In tne shipment was a freak ear W qlchJinsead of the ordinary cob was compose d ofa core of hi3k the rains neatlybeing 1 wrapped lipon the soft fonnda pdScOncawas with thc nov lty of the tincLardd ijded to plant alLtbei kernels found on the freak ear To his surprise tbe ears produced this Salt were prbdutionsF6planti moii e of the cornnQXt jWlt9 and will eadeAyjOr to im proye on it He believes that there is more Joit than freakish ness P1ears plocjuced this year yielded as mtfch corn1as thbserrovidedwith a cob and the kernels were Jarg ands id r The earswere well filled kernels even growing among the silk AS a result of this discbvery the Cor i cobmaydisapparEx- Ak1iI9US AHthirs Statefffentt For several years Iwpa afflibted With Jctdney trouble and last wi4er I was suddenly stricken with a severe pain in my kidneys and was conilded to bed eight days unablel to get up without assistance Mr urine con tained a thick white pediment ojdd I jiaed same frequently day andrijcht Commenced faking Folejs Kidney Remedy and hit pain gradually abated and finally ceased and my urine beCame normal cheerfully recommpnii oleys kidney Remedy Soldby Hay don Robertson f Old Time JDarkey C Anthony Bradshaw died last Tjinrsday in the Co oman nelghi Jiu tllO dor tb L 1gtQ Pllr Be had beeiisetttlto thebarn bv Judge Burke to iefc a horse bat ramainbd so lonfr s me of the tfamilyl went outrt4see about him and fquud him dead having evidently diedofc heart disease He wasau 9lc3timedarkv and one his white neighbor in speaking of him said that he would bemissed PS juuch as any jman in that couimunitv Many people will remember jjjjicle Anibony when be would llead tlie Shaker stork ajaff Coleman lipIbp around the rirg the ring shout ing forjoy Barrudsbu rg Her ald 4 A11orribei1oIdUp About ten yeajrs ago riy brdther w8 held ip in hfs orhealth and happiness by what was belied tfo be hopeless Consumption writes W R Hetment irom several doctor but found no telp till he used JJr kingB New Discovery and was wholly curd by yPltssurestIcurejhagescouffhs and colds Bronchitis I a grippe asthnta and Jill UrqnchhiJ affections aOc and 100 irial BaydopRobertson lie y1fle Back Quite a bit eicifement and worry was caused the police officials r of several nearby towns and the relatives of Piaok Moore t andEugene Uox ofiiprinatie d in the last few da s The two young f flows bothin their nitthtandthough locate thJDtheY could not h traced afier their arrival in Lebanon Yesterday hey returned home rl he boys had decitUd to jleave home f5r gooHlbut soon tired of the Oujside jrorld and were glad to return hopieL b anon Falcon You vpuld nptdelay taklnfe Foley a KIdnBy Remedy 4atthe fcrst sign of kidney or biddertubte reaUzedJq FoleysKidney bladdert jJl j llfA pfetol dielwaaouhtonW- aJnut street in i nvllle Javt Hnzuand Thursday night betsiinrr njgro Ten shots were lei changedfon Unit busy thorougg fare There were many narVJ escapesjrom stray bullets HeJ r zon wi3tingtO arrestjohrisopf rfor shootinkat a man He missed tiie man and hit Mary Harper whowas passing Jobn 4 son esqaped PriRSifpit Helps Orphans Htndrednor f orphans have been helpdbyth iresldehtof the Indus ritriaJ and Orihaisliome at MaCouv Ga whQwrfites We haVe used EUec tfic Bitters ilrthis Institution for nine years Jt bas proved a most er iiellent remedy for Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles We regard It as one of thelbeit family medicines on earth It iiivlcroratei ttbief vital gan8tPuHeitr bl rirddf s tidn cr t appetite To strength en and bnild up thlrij pale weakr cbildr n or ruudpvn people it banoIequal Best fW female complaints Only 50c at Hfydon and Robertson i PEGGySAPVkCE1 VJ Why It Suddenly Chlmged FrOm Ex cellent Worthless It wsth irQt the first Quinsy baby nuti tIn attcutlbu of theucritlre jQulnqy utJr consIsUna jollcly affl mother Wand tatlipr WAS directed to the proper UDbrlbglng of the Infant Books on babytiood were bought fWd digested Suitable magazines were Subscribed for Friends and motbol were consulted on every pfUt But m the wonaerbf the solicitous MrsJ Qujncy declared that the advice that Ipeatedr ftblf discilrdcdr Arent you 0lng tolrcad me the little lesson frpn the Journal for tp darnaRoo Mr Qulncy at the break fast table vj I shoJI never rend that stufl to nny ono flh1yflore saJdVthe mother firmly Why notJ Only day before yes terday you Jfero saylTiffwhat tex cllont recommendations Peggy mad about crying children Why do yoir dercrt her d Ill tell you rdrnihe SAM 1 had ra anf not to say d Word about it be cause It Is bumulatiirff but now youve spolcnwelI f mlgut as well C t1 sJ The nlcr yesterday said rBtllUdfnfor Peggy but he took mo up a lot of dirty rtrJrs and then pointed tp l1 flOor J Imu6cd and a voice Answcr rd Come In Welt qrerted he husband Well there lsynPegy rot a woman at alU but a perfectly horrid grinning mJJUsUloIdg acIa lIe writes that bthiccj man Wliat do jonthmit of tuajlt T ipjr Mrsr Qnlriey imuBcd iu her Indiana jtI thought you found the advice good as a rule he objected tom QuIucybow could a mania a uewspapcr office wlte gdod advlre to mothers I ara sui rtetdJ You men tILi you kuow eierytbIzigloutlfa Goiupaulon r One WayofGctUrig Out Gaston1 bufstt like a whirlwind In upon his friend Alehouse yljl yoc he my vltnessi he crled Golngto flgbtr Xo gojag fp get married1 fAlphonse after a pause Jnqnlred Cant you apologize thYKiDNEYJREMakes t 1 i for Bath Rooms W Small Rooms v r r rS for hu trjps it 50 e cbln chiding 12 firebri k GRATES FIRE Kp your t of tlifr6re l1y using I i i J to the Memory of Mother Agnes hunt of Sfc j Record i On Friday Dec 4tb as the ast note of the hymn tto the Sacred Heart of Jesus floated IDoward the silent labejnjcle vhere the Sacred Host Was ex jpsed for tne Holy Hour of Adoraiion in St ens Chapel St Catharine of ijienn a Height j after having tnade her hout 6ff adoration our leai Sr Agnes Hunt geritly scjasped her thin pands raised her dark lustrous eyes to the crucifix and said Sweef J s shave mercy on ny ere tire iOlfrintt strains of the Salva Regina as sung to ftha Donainjcan Order at th death bed of its members wer0 fended her pure oulhad passed to itsi etftrnal reward She iis another vltJtini of the terriblq fire thatl devastated St tathaj krmes that dreadful night O f January second 1901 Being Superior at that tim tbe burden of prorid ing a home mind Its comforts for thepupil and the meofUers of the Cotrimu entirely upon heif bese with the erfction of thje grand Iw Acad tmtfi we e a constant frrairi upoxitfr trail ratfd delihate constitution jind soon red Ifuldisease jf8r Agnes wais Miss Katie Punt fNwYik She was the four children and Js rirviyed by a brother and ojie sifter vvho is in Chicago HI fStv Asnes left nil the wprlcl offers td the charming criU red and to enter the orffeTBf rSt Dominic thirfcysix years ago She came to Sb when itherb was no riilroad to anjt part of the trip from Lebanon to the o vent was made in the old fitaj con sJd red travelling by one who had never been in a stage and whose experience of country roads and customs was vety limited many a fcitoe she spoke df her firit ride in the old stage She was ever an active am m the co moD1tYl Laying taught schools in Ken tucky Iinnois Tennesse and Nfttf J1chu etta being one of the founders of the school in Water town where she was Superior lor before being elected prjuress Gpneral of St Catharines an 1900 She is i Tatiiiiim- Heating Stoves ri From I PerfGotiODOiHHisaters 250io30 I FootWr I chiIdritdut BRiCKjETC IFTR SCREENS ATTRIBUTE Catherines Catholiji MaryMugda andrtranparent oulJesusand According rilYrested structqrenbwupQnSiennia lieikhsthe brughtonTthe consumption ungJtor Superior iiyrcoriyentj refinedlady lCatharine5 Springfield clocbwhichwas auovelwayof usefulmember varalyeard r 1 I I j i J I Sausa eJ rinders Sausage StufferS I I t Lard Pressers tII All kin ls qfBailderSyHardwaret Plum bing Hot Water Steam Heating et- cSHllTLZRIEDE L 1 fondly remembered io Memphis whra she labirtd ttfter the yellow fever of 1879 and with pleasure she often referred t19 ttAgnes Ac idem v and the Sunny days in old Tennessee as Hond niemori sUers was he death fit the happy religipus with the members of tbe com m nity kneeling beside her she asked time Sacred Heart of Jnsus to take her to Him that she might rest In Heaven u He seemed tc hear her and an swered for stfe slept the peace ful sleepydf a devoted and con fling chfld titter receiving ttib rites of the Cbiirch f B hexests in the Sijters ceme tery with the saintly founder otbe Dominican Sisters in North America ddwu intbe valley In the shadow jof the- cructtlxneatn the pines where the mocking birds sing thgir vatio lay in praise of Him whom she lovedad served and whose ble sed Name WJS theist Word nitHredJby her dying lips May she rest in Pacer 4 M Many little lives have been saved by Foley HoneYIIi1dI r forcoughs colds croup and wKoopIng cqujjh It is the only safe remedy for infants and children as it contains no opiates or other narcotic drugiana childien like Boleys Honey rd Tar Careful mothers keep 1ab6ttle in the house Refuse substitutes Sold byiHaydnn Bobtfrt dn Watermelons mt Christmas HopkinsVille Ky When Lee Hancock who lives near Fairview told the people who bought country produce fconi him last slimmer that bod1abWeto supply them with watermelons at Chstins b6was Ilaughed at hut yesterday he made gdbd his promise and brought to town a spring wagon loacr of as fine a specimen of juicy meons as one would expect to stein the go d old summer timei These heold a1rotn5c to 50cxand from all outward indicaiostheer jud1ts p bl asifli1 di regular season 0 There is no case oii record of a cought cold or lagrippe developing JInr to pneumonia after Foleya Honey and Tar has been taken as t pares the most obbtinatc deep seated coug and coldsI Wiry take anything else Sold by Haydon Robertson i CHARITY PATIENT 0 J The trIceHe Had to Pay For Exert Surgical Trfatm ntJ The famous surgeon Velpfau waf visited one diy at his house during the consultation hour by a marquiS renowned for his closeness Velpeau- Informed the martiuis tha an opera tion was urgent and thaj tim fej would amountto 4COO francs Afthis theI marquis made a wry face and left AIfortnight Inter DrYclifeau while lnkJmg his rounds In the Hopltal de la Charite bad his attention attracted byn face that seemed familiar to hhn In nnsw r to Ills Inquiry Jt was stated tWit tlC patient was a footman of nobleman in the Faubourg 81 6 er main the surgeon found that hiscase rescmulcd in every particular tbe Bomcwhat unusual one for vhleb tile marquis had consulted trial fortnight previously Herefralned however from maklifg any comments Three weeks after the operatioq when the patient was about to be discharged Dr V lpean pnljed him aside and ex claimcjdt Monsieur J am extremely flattered and please l to have been able to cure jou There is however n small formality with which you will bare to cornlIy before I can sIgn your exeat that Is you will have to slgq a check for 10000 francs In behalf of the public charity bureau of your met ropolltan dIStrIct Time patlentts face became livid YoU can do what yqW lilte about it continued the docbor fiut If you refuse nil Paris will know tomorrwthnt the Marquls de D adopted the Ifllsgulse Jf a footman In Ihospitalbelongs by right to a pauper OC course the marquis pnld Argonaut Cy Young to Retire After N Xt SMMii Eseasonbaseball diamond Young also has InIj educed the Boston Jimerlcan league club to retaIn his old side partner Catcher Crlger for whom Chicago Detroit and St Louis recently made flattering offers Young mind Grlger Featestbatteriesgether until they decide to lmt the national l game for all time No Football Per Swarthmfft The most startling attd dlscoHrapHS phase of the present athletic sltuatloo at Swarthmore college frqm tile toot ball pnthusiast point of view was dis closed recently when one of the highj est Weniber of the faculty said that Intercollegiate fuotbair at the college was JinpQsslble This neW Wits din Tpouraglnsf as well as unexpected to time student body who to 4 iri Bcw lldenUy expected tile esumptfotfi the sport nextf fearlahuJ1iJpfl- adicuied cutteauijUmnvlig borts ellslfLd In i hitc1jCouie1uid Ifr- oi f e ltit tb tnlnnJItttt iit xt it m1 I iIlt if l rbiyn 1Iarent1toifeu ltBlt1f g roMtg The hint of matriawfty i published for the Ira ti M MSunday betwc lir J M ijfolr son of Mr an Kr 60 A No J ssghteriall of this city The smrias will take placet St Awg wfcH Y burch next Monday morninf and immedUtely thsefWr tjwill leave for Seatoa New J4xi co whreV Not has a pMiUev waiting mThe IMUM w r0 also published j1t Sund y bcl tVeea Mr Cbia Mnasory- of Springfield awl Mii Fiora Edefen sister of Nra JDeFralM Mackin of thwp1aot Th f wirt be wurrrednex Tht ota ing at StAUgUID1 cbnnk and wiJlo SprkgIs4tlty Both of these young covpkM hi a PIon4Iwi1ttakeFeyaOr1na LJqrj athlFnUl the bowele becuqu1ar vpu VIII not have to tike purgattvs ccfnstautlyv as Felays Oriii Liu tiye positively cures chromes co Uietioi and iBggish verIe Bt te take Sold by Haydo IBeiertMNL R PORTO T fCouITI OF T1Df FIRST NAflONAL BANK oisPmfGJIXGIj AtSpringifld Ji the MaNfil X Lucky itIUM doe of baSiasep December 3ivjlt08 t RESOURCES Loins and Discounts 211ISSU United StatelJ IIBanklngHouseandFixtureg YMOverdrafts 1 J 7 Cash on hand and due frHI flanks dI 11ov WABILEEII Capital Stock J 8tf tCirculation It SurplusFund Undivided Profits L IieP9Siti r 331L4a prpsa Earminei 1oir pa tvfCx months I3ahaM e tYroIk L 4ft1 Disposed of as follows PulddlvfcleadNb 74 o r cent 3NI Added thSerpIuaFpw cent L L Paid expen es Paid GoYersMentTax RedimcttoooaBikiiWossS 1IN LeavIotg Undlvlded Froifta 33724i 1 1371331 It4s with pardomable pride that we Incite yout attemUwit to tie ig1rt H showing inade by tkklnwk We iMr ieve that if you 1fmc r till cM sider thrss tatemeat jwt wIlt W coe vinced that there ii M UMiiir faMUr iiudQn anywhere iickt frfMfr yoirun4 wealWUketkJiN pjoCr tunity to thank our frleads for their generous patronage ii the peat A CMEL1iOY Caukm APrtn it Qfcwy Etile tb Uttelman prance rnte ktr fathers Ms ono evening kIIe Tho1rvnd as tleiiian was prffHiriit r liNlttr st mon for the oilowlacl s7 Jli looked curioOBlv At the MiMMMHMpt vfn a moment Ql tfcwi ty W ta Jfather Papa the begaa asdestT aodtIi lQJI knt t wwor t ttitlulrlIMrifif M Ittljlcrgimauv Then why 4e y veniieli aaor It b trf aa4Weekly fur Ppea1tii i At J te tim e et tbeCheri I floods srhiclt vlay4 be tk- Uien J atrgggUutl VUI upon the eatrtclrtt et tWlythiijii lived la a cable am U oc knovu as Beaver MM UIIIwfLThe frwbft carried aWej mijthlifct save 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arvscake u IOJtA 1808ItW TV MITCHELL a a laM for aifisartr of TTaaalac cOI tj sabr rDelMicratict ah r y Ti 4 Ijiw CporMpf the P I 1J Nbi hM aeitiM ot w pfcf Oae it fOIb rmIliooi 4 bonde c p adv10a7 to keoatl and QiE iF te aow JteUe for 1 t imsM f giie coiw M f J qi4 wbiek thy WM- Xm TIIp 101bss iii th prts rtiUtIamriacbidtbe V I tS de jK T iAr i the tfji iii i faprI ot the raill is bbe- air ajit tt J kuvs J1 l will 1r I III b great die lty ui chit t aor rhe sr- itkIo7r l W has a1rsdy rep tbllones raiber than ui fbhs ee1 IUo and t1Tee- wrnr so 4oi before J t ur5 7 J trin1 tore v i a1dsMrbe Intwety- rvW r irftor heing rtlMUMdllroa 11 Irvie i bood Kh 1 1tJJ tried at that ttrq 1i1 i3 i U iorur ot bis m jerpcoosededboliiho 7 J ack this i1tii0 Uy1It to fOkjea he go- Cii ahet p the towi F i i1f10Na aher aUnib1t rd 1 i siki placed In 1 f i 1 Molniire l 2ii 1 TWa blfefifee bfrmnlng bra fli ylrari will Mitt in to do a ti bi psi4 byar doeaiy pper Mr Ri WM M 3r boefcht of Mr P Ji8bnaban two fat bogs wJI Jio red atBMl1I aTWrav wOrni PjDC with lIOc oflb marstSr i Mr Oiw U ItiIgdgn who ifc i f ban btet of Jit 1UTi at t l honaf4ri r C HIM Wtiiiir Bland ford la visit- t r JjlIy j OOtIf Miss Zabie Bland i S Jlfr of Mwi oonnty this week ltfi vXr tAo Medley who ha r apeoi MVW weeks at home or5 I iO ni ef illoaaa reUraad U iIWPr4 ay- Mr WWtlo Briette of St M55tb10 d ot J C Ensor SS t 7E aIroLwork isilea priceun iLSq Dick Graves hapPtDetl tot mp nf oft ti iiot teobiw aciidpfl d i 14M wesk bjfalliiif on the stair- it Zs N JJiiooe9f her ribs t VM jjatsIs Is iU1r ft Y 5 ait Eri 5PMatSaiQr J 1j Sanday withHM Men 4esaRill 1 tt Wri get art Ifba leT ha- ll fij OS lab hi ew oIM resnt t1y parribas if Mr Frank Naljy Mr rt fipsldin moved into rff IyaeMe b1Mr Wheat F t fi Mr Loatiith and jiUlk- erigflAj are vHMtiiy th iri t owt little townsssv i j Jrri finiFo the IOWJMK follrs jiwiiiijby thY Mon X ctCr 8 hspgtvenbytb- l tII tf aL ibnoipsor ipnlI 34sjw With the Miss tleI f 1Ptor1C8 Di broItie lit Pwri Less wiretlis guasta- J tIrseIe Mr Wtymas cJc Mit Whtl awl 4 ithr Drn JBe- t MtO1b l ot Mr and Mr rEenMIJeSe Mclrtvre rbihaJJ bcn ssJI a fswdsys with Uw fwna or Mr C aCI iiti- we r calledhoas Sfld os ae cat of the- b tother Mr Jsss M01LYXR ii Ii ssr Mi Tt1- t raJiiiiTfl L MackvS A caj UC vu ftrepf ai IIM hoaw of J4 rJi P Walker on 1laal Tuesday nfhi bj tke jounjc oth ftHettu Sunday Jl be 1JeMltof 70mg ld8S5 bel Mrs flalUe MUtO lua trad frea1rsitbo her par iaj ten of B rrfrill Mr Wilt 8weeH y i okl some ifif pound aboitta to Mr Sam bbkrat4ppndSti fQtlne a umber fr here at te d1lhel School enterfcinHantr ltlt1ielML Will H ndrenof Louis y it jYiti1ibrotuerJWr J BIIalinla few diys Jast weekIPcofiM6r Wai MV Humes sub crjpti li school operid ojiday morning with over one auridred idhlara enrolled His aSsistan ieach rji arMissBeu1ab Thorn soil aod his brother Elmer ifamilyisited 1RvSraford r pJlILt the Christian church1 laa Sunday morning and night Be wim appointed as pastor fqr the eoauiojg year His reguar lip p ptneoth4will be the flrst Dd third Sundays The farming implement buid iiijt has changed hands Mr Sim D Campbell and Mr ffiW eslbeyteec of Springfield to run a blacksmith shop in a part of the buildingMr bn Kaney and mother spent last Saturday and Sunday with friends in Perrv ville T tk flclc Greek = t1klvUJea peasant visit to relativesin this community Mr H i1rfLawr inreswappad Vllfe cow to W r Calvin Shew JVer r i Chas Hall is Buffering from a bad rising on his bnda this yritimg Mr Wm Gowelisfand sister- f Taylor yile have returned home alter visiting his aunt Mrs Mahala HalL Mr Henry Lawrence swapped DavePQrdoInJlive year old mare Mr Mpnonso Milton of De cator Ill iis Visiting phi father Wm Milton of this place Mr Joe Lawrence and wifeof Loaisvilla visited relatives in the Texas neighborhood and hi brotherr Henry of this v ciniti dwtriDgttbe Xmas holida s Mr Young of Kansas Cjtv is pleasant vistor of Mr J H Maysior a few days The party given by Mr Ed Beady on last Friday night in honur of Mr Stanleyt Rogers and Shaun n Thorn p on of Feqiwick was well attended Those Trom SstancHi were the Misses Rog rs and Miss Mary Rose Jane of Penwick and Mr Jdhu Kelly of Beechland Ray Lober pi Mack ville Mtisjc fqrnished by the Yocum string band Mr Wm Grigsby of Fairview di ed with Mr Ben Efaydon ofr this place Sunda Mr John Bbswell andl ivifp sppnfcSooday with h s son Lou za Bpawell of Fein Hill Miss Lucy Hall bold ooe wean liDfe calf to G W Cocdnougher ot Canary for 8 Jght8bfor 25SMr Sam Brady and family Rolling Fork visited his brother EJ Brad the latter ptrt of last Reek Porter Smith ard Lonzi Bas well were in Perryville on bus ness Wednesday and Tharstjay of lastwek Williibtirr I Mr Rufus Sfiewmakbr of Springfield1 spent Friday with iiisbro her Mr W WShew maker MK Nelsdu Shirley of Gr en wood Ind and hf son Rjuesel are yisitinrg his father Mr J W Shirley Mrs James Pcirrott of Bard town spent th4 latter pas off Hstweek with elativ s here i Mrs James Parrott arid MM Jerome Wohner spent last Prir dayvand Saturday with Mrs George Wohuers ISeveral from here attendedi the Aftiltbn Shields sale near lat ham Springs Rev Grnbbs pf Gnaplin pteaAhed at this place jSunday uftbrpinx and night Mr Gforgo Colvin bought 0 Edwin Stttton a tract of laud for l000 He als bout of the Noel BcoHi a cow for 50 t1b de4h anvelt vLted lhe home jf handMs Edag racy atod took away their IlILk Kirlptr years olq IerremiHB were carried to Bethel Tbvradaf morning and laid to Jet Mts Witla Ruby is vljtiiinpj i areyShewiMtft L aa Seaiicy and daligbft ff4ou1e r are Yiiit ttr iipr Mrs W WiUU rirjM CCbftba a d fami ly o gltedertonyillei Ind have retlfBecT here and nioyed into BrJi Susan A MerritfrS rooms Miss Belle Birch and M May Walker are viahiurf friends cod relaMttsj Loisvi1le if Mn JoV Koel and brother Lloyd rhayei gene to Spencer coaatjr to reta farm Mr Walter Hale delivered itis MoOdayPrcMiss Ethel Gr y returned home Moaday aftera pleas nt- vjsitto her cousin Mrs Minor rSitherland veryillMrs Mollie Set ls died at her honie near HiiUbpro last Mon d y Her remains were carmd Ito tle5 Fairview cemetery Tues day and laid to rest Theun byRvMils Mattie Brovn has re turned home af er a few day vM xwi th her father m Lnui h ville Mr Will ata Kweeny iiaf McU makingupto begin ih February Miss Emujal Sims of Dak lb III is visiting friends aj d jelar- Itives here I Miss Dorothy WiliHmof Sal visa is visiting Miss Delia Mc Mllin Dame 1Thithor reports 4 wed ding soon Sleet Pinksm 1bouglLof Dr v wHyavti5shefor9OS = From Another Correspondent Rey i3i ubbs of Lexington preached ia a large crowd Sun day porn i g and evening He received aa appointment here for one year He will conduct ser vices hie every 1st 4ud 3rd Sunday Everybody is urged to come and hear him Miss M rgaret Trent spetifc a few days ivtth her fat er who is very low citb canc r Mr Mo ris Cheatman and am ily hav3 returned from Indiana and indv a into the house with Mrs Menet No place like old Kenucky If the weatner coniinuesfavdr able the nevBptit church will foon be completed CqaptinrS B Yearger and wife visited relatives at Mo resville this week r Mr W H Mtchell and family of Lawrenceburg visited Mr W T Wells last week Several from her ttended the candy party Monday night at MrJ W Walls J Mr SNB Yearger and wife Miner Sutherland nnd family and Miss Ethel Gray di ed with Mrs J K Wells Sunday ttir Sam Gbodlet has moved to this pjac t Rev J W Grubbs will speak to men only at 3 oclock Jan 17 at the Christian church Subject Wbat a Social Outcast Saw He wi1 tell of life and priciicesin Milwaukee Chicago Bute MontanaSeattleAlaskar- Portland Oregon Mexico and nba Free All men welcome nd invited to come t A TRIPLE SURPRISE rIt Came With a Pltasant OHting In a NeW Auto Car A well knoWn author who for some years has been an cutliusinstle nd mlrerof tilt automobile had an amus tog QXpcrlcncc which the describes tn tfie Ppbcmlan A new model al tvnya attracted her attention she de Hares mat when he caaie out of the Xew York hotel where she was stay tag and sa jvvafinc newitar standing iinoccurled by the curb she stopped to admire It While Iexamined It andgazed with envy a friend also Interested Jn autos tame down the stesind approached the machine Isnt It stunning he said I agreed enthusiastically and added that the machUie was lauuillzlng m- eias I did so lotig to lake asplntbnt ny chsluffeui Was III and that twns afraid to run thy car through the city Why twill takery Uihe said havent anything to do this afternoon Where shall wegor We got In ndl suggested Coney To male a long story short the de iIghtfuI tide gave iis an appetite We stopped for dinner and then went out tb Sea biteto callyipon friends An we were crossuiK the bridge on ou1 way home at about 11 oclock my friend liriilred At what garage do youkecp yrtir muhlne5 At the tiuUloi n terrible possibility dawned ujwn uitv and with thlre membnuice of a trtijlq unfaiilllarity that lie iitil dlsj aycd at the first In regard to tIt rutinlng of the car the situation becstuitv instantly clear t He lied thtiught tin the machine was mine nidIJhad been equally secure I in the bellnr that it was his In other WordiS we httdt cnltjily giine Ofr with some one elses property You muy Imagine our feelings Wt belirrlrested tunately ho knew me slightly and hidl Infspite of a rather forbidding expres Bion as we first faced him with our antdrtunate dtory I think he believed as Hls parting remark however was rather pi225lluK al though be said lwith evident cordiality Whenever yond like to use the ma chine again jjust let me know i How to Remove Mildew Should the clothes bo rjlldewed the rftalua WilY be removed by a mixture tpntainln equal parts of soft FC rud Rtajrcli halt as much common aalt ltJd the juce of half a 1emon Tbic imaybe spread over tUe potsllml tht article shpnld be ItUdon the frrpss alt lay nndalil night tmtlt the stain w- ilrei inwrnrv pa liiti wlMrt WMI Tt yi v Scottt S Emulsion of Cod Liver OH with Hype phdphftec should ahwys be kept in the house for the ft N6winfreatoni- Ftrst Because ifany member of the family haVa hard col- lvilcureit Second Btcxote if the chil dren are delicate and sickly it will nuke them strong and well ThirdBecause if the ther or mother k losing flesh and andeJDaCiated1twiUbuikltbemup them flesh and strength FourthBeClUse It is the standard remedy in all throat and lung aff cUonSNo household should be without it Stadifck dverti ement tetetIteiwltk efpver fa which it appears yotar few ceatj to cover postage dw will MIHJym a CoafMx My AtlM of l lbs COT5OWNE4O9PorISLNewYerkQUARTRjY OFTHV I Central Bank iVIJLISBURGE at the close of business off the 31st day bfpeceinber 1908 T 1 RESOURCES JI Loans and DiscountsL 2429893 OverdrftsSecuredL 00 Overdrafts unecuredL 135404 Due from NationalJBanks 1531966 Due from State Banks bankers 5i36523J Due from Trust Companle3 002068489 Banking House and lot L 30700f Other Real Estate Mortgages 00 U S Bonds 1 00 Other Stocks and Bonds 00 7256VCurrency 665661 Exchange fdr Clearings Of Other Items carried as cash 0 Furniture and Fixtures 2725f Fund to pay taxes f Current expenseslast Quarter 554 TOt1 158 78947 LIABILITIES Capital r Stock paid in in Oash s 1500000 30000Ut Due Depositors as follows Depositasubject to check on on which interest is not 4253497Depositssubject which interest is paidtoDemand certificates of de position which iflterest Is paId00Time I patdOSavings 304504288947Certil1edChedks I Due National Banksv oq WDue00Bills00UnpaidQOOapTotal Jf5878947 SUPPLBMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of Qrfirmcompany orfirm the liability of the individual members thereof directlv j Iexceedt2Oper I actually paid in and actual amount of surplus of that bank Wont aboveitemHighest amount of indebtedness o3 any director or offlfirrj if the amount ot such indebtedness exceed 10 per bankNoNoHow is same secured Does amount Indebtedness of any person company or firm Includinrin orfirmtheemberspaidup capital and actualsurplus lf so state amount of such IIndebt ness Amount of last dividend Were all expenses Josses Interest beforedecladng thebankfundbAre any branch institutions being conducted by yourbank No startedbwdnessi State Kentucky ss County of Washington f I Everett Keeling Cashier of Cen IpOTIbcattd coutVbeinJrreport is In all respects a foregoinliI ment of the condition of tlayofofb1sknowledge furthersaysbad been transacted at the location nobranchaboverepoxtisnotice received from the Secretary of State designating the 31st day of wlifpbsuchEVERETT KEELING Cashier Subscribed and sworn to b for the Everett Keeling the 5th day of January 1909 W W Hyatt N P My commission expires at end of next session of Senate 5S RGHAYS L MATTRLY P S BAKER Directors Brave flrj5 tiMifsi often receive severe burns put ing tLout fires then use Bucklen1 Arnic Salve and forget them It soon drives out paIn For Barns Scalds Woumds Cuts ud BcuJseaitv earjtks greatekt healer Quickly careSkla Kruptiotts Old Sores Bolki Ulcer Felons btPile cure made Relief Is Instant 25c at Blaydon KoberUop az SS j Poa THE CHILDREN AMss1Ce- It yOd iay INl7 mSk thaw tie UM 1aa1se tkmWlvM iQ be ac band jjof isukmns though without tie kistruiients Tie Ieaor fit the baud is supposed to faraWt sack of tk performers with a leftRtasteal iastrameBt Couseeutiy- Un a vio a harp a flute an accordle a piling a jewsharp awl aaytaiac eteei that woukl add to the aoto are aU to be performed at tIM same ttee Pro rided with aa imstrameat of some de scription himself the ileader begins playing a tune on his imaginary violoncello or whatever else It may be linltating the real sound as well as be can both in action and voice The others all do the same the sight pro sented being as may well be imagined BOiseIWlexpectediistopSpla g and makes mn entire change dp his attitude and tone of vilee substituting for his Own instrument one belonging to some one else As soon as he does this thepera former who has been thus unceremor niously deprived of hls tajstrument takes that of his leader and performs on it instead Thud the game is con tinned every one being expected to carefully watch the leaders actions and to be prepared at any time for making a SaSflen change The one wh falls to make the change promptly pays a forfeit The Huntsmaf 811eachothers his hat shot gun flask dog etc The huntsman then walks toundIoutside the circle and calls stance for his gun The player whoIrepresents the gun at once gets i ekes hold of the huntsmans belt and vilks round after him The hunts man calls for other accouterments till nil the players are going round each having hold of the player in front of- klili When all are running fast by order of the huntsman he suddenly silt uts Bang when all Including the huntsma must let go and rush for seats One player will necessarily b left out and must pay a forfeit for hh failure or he may b0 counted out of the game and a chalrjrenioxaf of jr so arranged beforehahdthe one left cut may become huntsman and thq gaHego on as before The Oceans Volume- If we deSired to measure the watei In the Pacific ocean the figures that we should have to use are almost na readable 2000X000009000 gallons It has been sid that with the falls of Niagara running at their present stupendous volume it would take the water of the Pacific more than a nail lion years to pass over them If U were possible to put the water of the Pacific Into a hollow sphere It would be necessary to provide one with a diameter of 7a miles The Atlantic ocean as all doubtless know Is much smaller than the Pacific haTIng about 73000000000000 pItons so that the Atlantic might be contained in the Pacific three ticfles If it were put into- a sphere the diameter of thE sphere would have lobe about 533 miles Chicago News I 0 A lucy Little Chap It has been ascertained that the mouse when he is free to range about sleeps only two hours in the twenty tour or less than any ptlier auimal known During the rest of th time he Is on the hustle and probably coy era five miles in his runnings The honeybee sleeps from dark to dawn and that old spying as buy as a bee should be changed to as busy as- a mouse In fotK days and nights a mouse will either eat or cinyey away a pound of cheese He baa al ways got his appetite with him Canumfrumt- lThy Is a dirty child like flannel Bece he shrinks from washing What is the difference between a girl of sevpn and a woman of seventy One is careless and happy The otber is hairless and cappy Why are pianos noble characters Because they are grand square and upright When is a chickens neck like a bell t When It lIs wrung for dinner Why Is a crow a brave bird BI eauseitneVer shows the white feather- lPuzzles With LttHrs What word containing three Betters can Be expressed by onot For fair stance 1 A river i Answer Dee D 2 An Inse t1i1 A bird 4 A gardem vegetable 5 A Chinese kcvenige sAnswcre2 4 pea p 5 tea T 1 yew U the rtemalrwler Sixyearold Rays Wacher was en leavoring td give some very simple lInstructions in fractions She added Silt Jane has Mx eggs and uses hale of them to bake a cake what part will ibe have1ett1u Qnlcklyecame the am iwer The hem A Chrltmai Dilemma have two new dollies sect what Bhall IdoT I am ilko the old woman who lived In a shoe With my eight dear children four on each kneeIMy lap la as full aa ever It can nd now these new ones their hearts Win break Vet anlnch more elttlns room how can 1 make I sympathize truly Indeed I doWith the famous old WOmAn who ilv4 Innabse fTwo Dear Seats Sarah Bernhrdt while in London nee dropped into a booksellers J sold her quite a pile of books said ie proprietor and she seethedl pleased As she was going out she tck holdof isy pencil nnd asked me something In French which 1 did not und rstnnd Seeing that I failed to Catch her meanS tig 86oked about on the counters Uteri quick as a flash she took up t wliume ot one of the very best set- afilcott bound in tree calf opened it tt the very center wrote something fifickly calmly tore out the leaf tjtttitai It to nie smiled and went out flail itstiJiished bookseller looked at tie thJtla1UenJHlH le that evenIng Pt5cet1f bet t1 wil Wt a obs SstiMaS Ik4MI Ptwyenrs Prepqatlsne j JIIICIl notice that Spakly wets fell flger Iu the glauYeJl tiwc be takes ateb drink v Ij3iVf b wMtt to keep It- aarltttntd so k ea tun 01 er tial ae 7 leaf on ta4 1st 1111 t lt PUBLJNGCLIMATE1- Tl Curious Way Ran FaN In p Bahny Honoul4i A PERPLEXING SPECTACLE DewfiBours Half a Mile Away That EverYM1ntBroken Up Rainbows In the Valleys The most perplexing thing about Hawaiis climat to the new arrival is the matter of rainfall You begin to experience this perplexity before you have set foot on the doCkat Bono Iuluwhen iou consult anxiously with your fellow travelers ns to the advisa bility of digging out an umbrella or rainproof before you go ashore The chances are that you are all convinced that the heavy veil Of black clouds which shuts out portions of the moun tam scenery from view and the few drops of rain which the fresh shore breeze dashes in your face like flash tug jewels torn from that bit of rain bow are warnings too plain to be ignored and you prepare accordingly for the downpour which seems imminent You observe with some surprise that none of the wearers of the dainty costumes you pass on the street appear to bejjin the least perturbed by the possi bility of getting caught in the Impend ing shower until after awhile it dawns on you that the storm keeps right on Impendingand nothing more As you ride in a street ear along the flashing seaben b vivid with color of break ing surf and of flowers in trees an hedges along the ways tne sunsbint never appeared so brilliant But off tc the left in a beautiful little valley tucked like a deep pocket in the moun tains anti seemingly scarcely haltS mile away there can be no doubt of the fact thatgood heavy ifcin Is fall Ing The sumlcht striking through the falling drop ltsbc valley with a glory of brokenp rainbows a riot of color that causcsXflpe to gasp and exclaim In aamlral here can be no we have seen fall ing is real and that it Is as near as It seemS for the wind now and then car ries refreshing dashes of it into the open par cr using a few of the passeD gersto change their seats to the opposite sldcDut dUi the street Is per fectly lry ana tile sunshine as bright as ever Five minutes la er we leave the cot at he foot of a great Jagged pile of volcanic rbck that marks the vent of a prehistoric volcano and the red base and sIdes which support d stunted mesquitellke growth and a few cacti took as though they hadnt had a good shower for Sijt mbnths And they probably havent In time one learns that Hjryvall cli mate Is purely a matter of locality that the report of tile rainfall for any given time published by the UnJted States weather bureau does not men for every pldcejn the territory nor for the island ot Oahu nor even for the city of Honlulu but qnly for the place where the rain gauge stands It would nqt be true for a place half oi threequarters of a utile awhy One learns that he may live in Honolulu under very different conditions as to precipitation according wiqcatlon In some of the valleys rain falls practi cally ever dayof the year and varies in amount In different parts of the same vallejvwhlch maybe Only a njile or two long There are other sectIqns In which the splendid lawns and bow Ore of green foliage which surround beautiful homes are only possible through constant irrigation And there are to be found almost every degree of moisture between these extremes Like everywhere else one finds pea pie of everY turn of mind In Honolulu as to the most desirable places in which to the In se tions vbere the rainfall may amount to two or thr hundred inches per year vjSsetitIon flourishes float luxuriantly mind with a minimum of attention Them Is also an absence of humid feeling Iri the at mosphere or disagreeable dampness which one usually associates with much rainfall This is accounted for by the fact that the rain comes in showers of which u dozen Or more may cOme in a day and may occur while the sun JS shining brightly while the never failing trade winds and a porous soil dry up the surface moisture within a few minutes after shower has passed the heaviest precipitation also usuaUJr occurs at night In tlife dry sections if one has plenty of water WIth which to Irrigate and- 1onohulubns a splendid system oi waterworks with ample supply ononiaj more easily control whac be would grow and at the samo lime escape the Inconvenience of oft a currtllg show ers SOmdijbf Houolult most Jjeajiti tel residence districts us well as the beautiful Knplolaniipak one of tin most beautiful tropical ftirduna Iin the world was orljjUnvllj bnrren nand plains practically del Id ot9Dtlon and once thougat be worthless The newcomer l3ofteu puzzled to hear au old resident refet to the jilajus when spesvlciug of a see Ion of the city In which are locuted some ofthe most mngnI cent homes and beautiful grounds in tthu who territprj yilie variation of rainfall together with the difference iu tLImperZtUrelUC- to citation give to Hawaii a dlversl ty of climate tbit can scarcely be equaled In tb e world lathing only in extremes Of either bent orcioldAVill J Cooper ItTastes Go fap CreateStrgthytfft the famous cod liTer and iron medicine5Witboi1t oil Vinci iimucli better tlMui cod liver oil and emulskbs bec11I whilitcontM a the mtdkinal ytluf theySo lit diiafreea withflO one Ai a body builder and strength creator for old people delicate childrtn after sickness ajtf for r tub cGWI6ViMtja1U1 RED cROSS DRUG STORE l j Ti ij 11Row r Is1 Jouri Chance i iCall and let me mUil the rSOUTHERN NATj LIFE D4MAN jCONTRACT awl 5Iock Prupossti 1 wI I A i FEW DAYS ONLY f J Within the rckof averyooe You w rif ilnliffji riftrri M Hyatorst1AHis J I Drug Store ONE EWK b trnwng Jan Il t309l IE T WIGGWTCt c1r Diatrid Jtt1L J tFOR HEHOUSEW nAhnAtf D1IM Ne Make a rich pastry and fill with the tol1owinS mixturer Blanch and ch 9 fine one cupfuv o hlinonds Put obs cupful of granulated sugar moisteasi with one teaspoonful of water into a lijing nan Place over a slow fire 1til melted then add the chopped alas ends stirring briskly until the mix ture turns a golden broW Turn thl- out on the crust in the pan and spread quickly before It cools Beat three- eggs add two tablespoonfuls of powdered sugar and one and onehalf cap tuls of milk pour aver the almonds anti bake In a hot oven at first Coves with u meringue of the white of eg and two tablespoonfuls of sugar Moth Patchesand Frectck 3olprless iodine is a good freckle desdroy n Anoint the freckles with the Iodine by means of A small cam els hair brush or a swab ma4e by twisting a piece of absorbent cottoa around a toothpick Apply to tack freckle night mind morning anUl tie TiMplgmcntthe upper layer of the skin anil this must be destroyed In order lo itet rid of the freckle Lemon juice applied to the st inlis toe of the best mean of keeping the skin clear and white aei4 preventing the deposit of coj5rlsj- matter which makes the blemishes most patches and freckles Lemon hasp Pour the juice of three lemonsl ip w two ounces of salts of tartar add about two quarts of warm water aai use as an ordinary shampoo This will moke the hair soft and fluffy and Is an excellent cleanser ItQ e has sufficient time at her disposal ft is a good Idea to boll the juIcOjOUlng tie skins with tit This mattes a stro f ftpleave a faint scent OBl the hair Tie mixtures pfr salts of tartar ebonk never be allowed to stand It should be mixed fresh for every shampoo Wathinf Thin lasees SOde often will find that thin glasses arc difficult to wash and leave clear find unclouded Wash them In tet water and pure white soap and dose them Immediately ha water of th same temperature and set them aside to drain Doubt wipe them until they a maIia while they are wet and they are also more Inclined to be cloudy A Washday CVMMtMe An excellent device that would W of great assistance tothq ho sewlfp is the combined clothes iind lotheS tlIn receptncle herewith shown Qrdf- iiarlly the Hvet clothes ire carrjcd lion Y CLtrrlOS AKD OJOTtZSP1N ItOUJXK the tvashtub to the yard hi auordinary Arlrlter bnnlcct The dripping irtfter collects Ju the bottom Of the basket- frottiiigr arid destroying It rime omffl sliii iwn here is m lIe of jptlva wire to proxehtf rusting The mesh b6ln wIde the water fras the wet cUthPiircaily drains oft At one Olitl reccptncle for the jcecep lion of clothcsjljti while wllable ttiti AJo secured to the ieek ita- 1zIh Jt can be sunportwl at eiiseco rcnlsnt ijolutv TheW Arraps aw nted tocajt7tllprec9itncc 5 eroIii4 MiMe When oilllc has burped 1lrltat once Into n ritrher and stand It to a basin of cold water until Itis cool whoa It wilWie round to berjait free froni the bnruoil iiuiUHitnd taste also wh lii iiluUf has Lurcijd1 la the dots ble Lnlcr iist4dutplenlsilakth steamer 3 nt tCi hit wtu are eohl for lH fsa tr 1 qatmeaILotlmi sFth IMis An fi u Tl toot1tt Skin It t H fl UU two tit i of 1t Hr thtt- Stnll y tiiests- pooiztut j if fi J4 i ImJa e tDc- 1I lemon FluLeverthe sbdsee ye Inr to bodi ol wJIIM twm7 1IThis lotion ks e1y pest tee tlow compl iJ0is J 7 Crease a WtI Pssu rrrr gresS Sts tiwflpanej sprInkle baskIng sorta over bkItt tug punier place wer thfe spot add vess mnoderitely warns best agda pfafeirinlA tsti TWe s4ci rns For will nbsrh time rfase cad tie pa- the wall ho tree frets ipSt AhrM IristS Isk IA tonspwHifnl vhsegifr ballets tatt bullutl frosting whei tie Savert5j iJSrlnJti added wilt keep k frum bel- sbrflend booakIuywbentie cake cme 11 wte as mOt and nice in t Tuta ss the day ttOW made f ron ruzflOUSEWWE iif 1 prssavvsd1raI fi I grees tJIa1 dues nnyssy potind ofisffaftesbtrss-1at a ad et yrsIIaW4 Allow tie yellow rind at ess hi esN 0tt each two pounds of ftulfc grata of V- staTsa ttta aad the isles Psi fep Miser Is lit iwesssletksttie wII =t wMup btAd1teand I Ir f i until Jbe toasts Is tsses eM is better p tJa Jt I tjrwtftiwII tIa J1esa b dM lue iunscses w tau twIS pass IIJerdnltMi trfour esa saU cvs tot rslsisa a t strt tl two bsst d e Mime ot jMit oM s pmnlsni rtwo cups bwfwm jMqpsr a tablxtpiarfil Mdaot rdr4 sad CJ Se the ra aM ppaWsaatoes and l ad dtap i r las Pat vessr sad te bell sdJcbesdt lrILmisO5tU =aM t 14It iedand ees aM sott K ss in ana or battlpa set i= = Dsens4 N The noses It a PIIiat aay padses aft sllfhtiy dejrorms4 tM bscs M ftM 1psemissme 01 tkta fwtas ta a paaraMc of tie taos Is ests orisii HBfiaw d Such Wgrntlty th- aq5SSdTbSTetsbtIItstISbUt + llJ tile all dilj desIe Ibsis y Ma T a Jf amsi1t asas lbS njaot caa is tirsa fcf abisvt taW 7tMtEyldasi VWW oi1esI1 es er ties wttk 4IaW f riftbe L i lrl J la of thin it taIl i 11 to eoafesitt tti tM s spe T i a Theparttasi cpcmrtaf iiillli tW MM 11M a uLitfII e1a rtwhidi prcect twia of Wj DIM Ii kofs 1IIt as aLieM brieds t g YwJt ar iwis Ispalt do yte tie Jru ae Iraq be MM tka wKka3d esesrTiedi d uIPbcaC b p it M tkat Stti4dy ssiIiS Is des Mwr1I a lItiMIC t t TILS1ILIr i tM Way the susi aiJs the t s wie Uta a essies s4sr sat kstiedm ftuertbwiIlps- otic wii Mis First to pkoa 1iOnIi1i 1yes oat faint jstiev raya and mest Mtb asrnt alesbar b iiiiiIaI8Ihe 5 1an tp us t tlltMllili tn ts4 tb 1 res- It dNr wWSs 1 rna fa ae itie rlate Mfcr awtcb Ka plphoI subs aai wo d baa7 iI ijiat atreet t1hted etrIm aM as tIM eye detects 5 oe u tDf fefface Iwtwtea iM W1di tajs of the as mind the jUow bes ftas otkec- JJf aftrate of stroutIsJstss Ire wa ka a antap d laIPIJIPapar tj 1- sbti a I W lit naoi 1Ip fihtaSS TheN- andether siSbs tile isSkee of Dxeweshe stwIs Rokots rosa kad bsbs afftUMttr Ii l l whkb eItsi cioaat ttwlr iofw flop s w des I wbshassieeItbepes11Ir s57 as 111 ss tile aebs- bMW what aissbea b asa tfesa sosji ajata t1Itt Jabs nijUiliir rHf lkd te t lt tsqisd10 kind 1si ou4sVess aiIthe stasd thetbst Al snd 4Msr ijed4 4 Irfat1iJM St aft wss MWtce1sesta body t Iesbtbes MYth or te the t 1 w tefHvc a of what that 1bdywaaeitp Wd t8sai4Iou waS takes up and S- oiMIt to that omrvet qt kgeiItj the IpeetIIoi Osat at j prineps1- rparbi b a prhno ompi yd to break up dw Ha These hwM wbkb sue dt aIled bf many dtk lines snake known ttav that th4on aodstars arc bum t of sieb omtwlaJs sa xnopoae oor own flotts Yet more they tell as wbat kind of atmocpb re surroundi this sad m astoulHbiug of all five us the rate at which remote star ia morlug towasi or from the tIn7 Orb we IniebitNewSXork Herald I ii I T j w j DR G T BURTON RESIDENT DEWTI8T TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN t qa5si Ip e1 8PBIHGIP11LDKY U Dam Wf Stricttj1 J J 2 RJ C AlUnf 1 fWd udsigii 1 Oft hour 8 to 9sm t lto2pm fMijTTi pverlHaydons Drugstore t ztIioLOflji 0 1 1AiIII OftM N U acMi t WFGRIQSBIj tVORNi AT LAW 7 =U IT 1 iruwHYPrr S aover XA Cross rUg ls1 O 1io ri Hyatt 1030 itil to 11t 495 p j faac MAYitS 4IIEIAL91iCTOR R Vi4 AU LlCEItD1MUlMERi Jf l i rKptoHNa T8a N4T74 1fi1I8f1wrIT Iiiii 1IT itop t l Invit oar Ifashfnf toife Mid L iMso cpimty lrie ds whenin Lowlln afcd looking for a t piast to stop tocIIonUI We Tftlliiciij Fir1ihd Ilpl1s MIj iswe will kt for lodgers fori tor Iaep c stay atrsason Wftia 4 feocaltfl q the Norhwest cor 9 ifciiTih ad Market Stsj J- i Irv W1att f tiPrIde ol Washingtn i R rStartkIChoi e- xL t J1 lifaBilactured by I tI j WeJrboect CO t v irw pay wkhstf market Viio6siorirain i iIf bi Walt tbe Best PLOUB 7 vxi V ilk your grocer for f UK CJKtn AM AOWII Wtt w aSa9 tMth ik b TN JieM to i e JiLssss KUsiy JW + H 111IiHi JJt=JtII1fOaad f icILMItOOltIMi Ar 8JIf zu t Haydon RoDerboD I iii 8 r Mon Look Pouftiy Fnoesa fte Mf ksl JW RdI r wee w sI J s 1rMM iBoidbyJ L Bt fr- z r f 1tchNm DIses z A I 4taMl Zern ee II t Blirf silfinissiiithr out u7 y Ci ohc lkfii or ScaJp dkee Ar VhSSi Write lot IWPk L r l MMed Co 8t LomisUo flaydond EtobcaUet U x I eoeeo- I I flappenIns or irst- I I I TuNm LatMt1 I J I ciIt ITIIII 1li i tKiM l MrToaa 0dsr has faim 1 8pooer ooantiy rhj Tr WJliiam CbsathsM Vxwfhta Kelson cosy fam1 Mr and Mrs Sawil Qoodler have moved to thteiir farm jost bycmd Tfillisbtir which hej D nbreQl1t7 l Mr Qcsr Walker sold and de UYtfcltftfjk to the AmrlI It OHI Tobacco CQoat this hie crop of tobacco consisting of 74 5 poBods The c op averSflpd cabs JPriyer ervifei is being held at tbe Prtsbtenao OtiurcU this njpek iy the pastor RevRE prLia wsoD in the afternoon at 110 oclock Everybody invited JlraEh beth Gpodloe who purchased the Gray arm J moved from Boyle county this week MlGOdtcnd family are hertalv- t welcome into this corn mfcnity tMr and Mrs S H Gray have moved to their new home in Boyle county this week Mr and Mrs1 Gray can to this bounty from Harrodsbtirg ten Mrs ago and have made manyI friends here who regret their de partire to another county and co Hndtb mto the people of Boyle V f Mr T E Willson sold his faim in the Pleasant Grove neighborhood 4o Mr W T Dur rett The farm is known is the Thomas Browne farm and coniI taios 136 acres The price paid l 1Iaalt8250 for the tract or about 460 ah acrs Mr Willson has bought the J M Eder farm in- bej edge of Marion county con talning JJBS acres paying 4750 per acre for it i Missi Henrietta Jones of Lou isyille is here fortbe purpose of outtingon that delightful come iy IMrs Wiggsofthe Cabbage Patch Miss Jones will enlist the assistance of some of Spring sjed dramafictalent and the en tertainment will be givenj uner he auspices of the UT DO Miss Jones it will be rememBer d produced at this place abpnjt i year ago the play Union Depot which made quite a hit with the local public Whs mght have been a very disastrous accident at the borne f Mr J Rqtledge Wharton was ifrrowly averted by thepres nce of mind of Mr Whartdn qjgi daughter Mary while larrying a lighted lamp down the stairs fell striking the lamp- n a tep breaking it the ojJJI igniting and burning fiercely ikr Wharton smothered the lames with clothing and afelan Jcett leaying only a badly scorched plltce on the stair and wall v We publish this week the sate tThnt of the Central Bank of Wiilisbnrg Washington county s oungestj banking institution The statement shows a very prosperous condition for so vonjig a ba k The deposits are nearly 143000 while thF Joans ind discounts amount to over 524000 They lave 2068489 toe from other bin ks and besidi idding something to the surplus fund have an unpaid dividend of J800 Mr WF Moran sand family have moved back to their farm in the Valley Hill neighborhood Rev ItLi Puipdom has moved la from Texas and will occupy th old McKenney property on M4n street Mr T P OBryan aid family having moved into the Leachrnan property on Leb anon streeJ Mr OW Stalling Has moved to his farm in the bonselfnt The Spcingeeia Baptist hurch has purchased of O H Mcptirhis house apd lot op the northeast corner of Warnut ind Main OrOaa streets and wil tear away the houfee and begin the erection early in the spring of a handsome new church building The edifice Is to qosllO 000 ori200Oand will be fin ibsd before the summer 1is over EThzrrige of MisiS Myrtle C5roakeas4 Mr ee Mndd bcthii i 4bOQdlbrReTFMMrJPif weUkpon here where she has fa IJI yp Bg man of sterling qualities The young people havea host of frienda who wish them much happiness 9iQfthe LeaderItt madenetearnjin stockholdors 5 percent aid iri creased the surplus 9 percent It now has a surplus of 27I50000 with loans of 1325 000 00 deposit 393689 25 available cash reserve 13768974 0111t Which shows it tb be a very substantial j institution The stockholders and patroDs should duly appreciate its good man g aen Mr Otho Hatchett and Miss l Jeanejte McClellan two walJI ksown young people of the townI drove over to Lebanon oh Tuesday evening where thby took the southbound train for Cum berland Hap Tenn to be marI ried Up to the hour of going to press nothinghad been heard t from tbe eloping Couple but their finds here are expncting to get word of their having been m r1vied according to lhe plans eon fided in a few friends previous to their departure The bride is aIdaughter Of W L McOlelan while the groptn 1sa son of Mrr t W P Hatchett of Mackville and a is employed by JL Barber the t local hardware dealer i A GoodShowing The year 1908 has certainly been a banner year wiih the First National Bank and its officers are naturally very much elated wth its sound financial showing Never andci more of its his to v has iitpre li sented a more solid front or of fered bet inducements tothes prospective depositor or borrowi er We publish their statement elsewhere ard crill attention f t among other things to the6per cent serai annual dividpndotb l gross earni gs aggregating 785256 in six mpntTis the ad dition to surplus the reduction on banking house and the large amount of undividedprofits left Successful V That was a clev rproducticn given at the Opera House on lastI Thursday evening by the stud ents of the High School The Merchant of Venice modern iZtd a clever burlesque of the cjassic play of that namd was rendered by a lot of talented amateurs in awayt04 delight the large audience hich bad as sembled The pUy offered op puriunity for the displeiy of considerable talent in character ac youngd1esmatte Person tie Tonenitlmy espl cia individual as being better would be unfair to the rt mainder for they all made a decided hit atd the whole produc ioa ran smo tbiy and was quite pleasing to alt L Deaths Irs Ha riet Bush widow of t e late Joha Hush died wbve visiting in Springfield on lasi Saturday Shehadbeenmaking her home at Mackyilie iCentjy but form rljj Jlived in the Mpores villa neighborhood i Mr Andrev Edgertoff a wellI knuwn citizen of the cuunty died at the home of his daughter Mrsf TlilloryOsbOurne on lay Sucday 4 tbd infirmaties of age He was about 80 years old and was a familiar figure about Springfield tfor many years He at one time in the butchtr business in tbe town His wife proceededi ihim tothe grave about fivey ears ago The funerall tokplace at iit Rose on Monday News of the derfth of Mrs William Hinton Davis was received by her sister Mrs Lucien Gregory Qn Tuesday Ht r death was due to typboid fever which is epidemic at Georgetown where Mr and Mrs ai5 had lived about three months Mrs Davis maden name was Lucy She1w3were numbered oqly by tier ac qaaintancsf and possessed a character of rare sweetuess and ajTabaity She leaves ahu 6 J 1tJ 1r i No ckaryes 1arewa1 ALU WORK Done in this office Is firstclass J verUsedt in every respect and just as ad ir g g YSTLARD DD s i frSplfiIlcJd ky G IIMh band atid1liVel daughter four years oldber lrioth rMsJulia Ewirgof Perry ville fotir nelofatrPa J today at6clock Mr M rgarefrTay lor Henne sy w Of9fRNid Hennessyj died at ifiotne of tier niece Mrs A BiWalker on Tuesday morning art ra long illness f asthma jfwas 73 years of age und hadben a residentVi1- j qffI this county allher life Shewas a woman who had the love andiii respect of a large circle of friends tjcharacter k igtflcdln doing deeds Of kind nessmnd chaqty to others She bad no children of her own but bestowed atmotherly love arid care on several nephews and 1 nieces in jth cotinty WhO cherish her njeorory with the greatest memberofjtbechurch a unerallooJ place at that church cm Wednesday morning VjV 7 Notice ti r Havmg SOd Pl t my UJiJ re t the businessof Thompson i Litsey and desiriug that iDjj bu iciess pit the firm be all pers ms kpovcihgthemse yes indebted to the firm will pleae caUJJndsettle at onceJ The books willBeIpund at the tore af Litsey t F 11ROBhR M THOMPSON Tobacco Sales1 J l i The sale of 1 ccoath Sntui1daymal buyers were present Tue market wets a shade hewer owing perhapsto the heavv of erins About IppOOO pounds 4ahilns areji jifiw of Yhe saip fl- IBamiHn 4F1wr860 tbs at 18c1050at18l 710 fy WJ 510 at 38 7j00atl84 5U5 at 9Jr Grundy ifc Cuixitpch89Olbs at 19rQS5nt21c 1 105 tit 19c 670 at 9Jc 720 an 1 9q John Colhii3tl0 Ibs at 16c 605 at 20ic SOOat ISJc LAWillett119Qlbs tlSfc 2590 at J8ic68it ailTc 375t- 16c J Whole sale 100000 lbs aver age p ice17A4i i i ECNAL Mrs FiLgSnogras of MarjratiSeldv is vlS1tmgIler father Mr BenS Ybriug M iss Marie Malpne fhas re turned 0 RI Catherine aCer vis iij1t1is Susie Pope 1fr Ernest TlKnapson of B rdstown visited friends her Sundayt Miss FJagetS rams is visiting relatives Tn Louisville Mrs HO Grar crott of Meade county is iitiflg0be sisteri Mrs Jennie Talbott ec jf MrM Grundy spant vhPi day in Louisville Mr and Mrs E S Mayes Jr and Miss Annie Mayes left Tuesday for Oakland Gal tb visit Mr and Mrs Arch Mayea Miss Katie Hertlein is visiting riends in Louisville Mr John F Simsls in Chicago 111 on business IMrJlowar McElroy and Mr Hood iunningIimare at French Lick lad Miss Fj orence LyheJl ef ttoday for her ihprteviinv Lexingtyiu after a wo Wt 4kiyisit with Miss Francis Mar Tl Ms Thomas A plain tDf Bardstciwni Is v1iji3Ier par ents Mr atn4 Mrs Ben Rayon Mr Henry7 Walker of Louis villi atteded the tobacco salts here Saturday t K Mr William Chelf ofqine yille a Btpaight Creek cna1 degterVas herothe first ortbe cvk I 3Mr P Qv McEl roy came in from Wilhamthurg 1ondaypiiI account of the aughter Whitney v ho has sdarl t fever Mts G B Hawkins baa W MfIi turned to Iwrenceburg afts apendtng atviiral vroeki With herf o46 f iirt M It 8 arej- Reri I P Hiu h returned f opa MurahallT ao brebe flatted hU parents during th- Ifboiidays j Mrs AJ L Jenkini returnedI it1to piricinnatl after a three weeks vmt with her vparents Mr andl Mrs G D Duncau t Miss Emma Adams of Har rodsbnrgrisi yisititaber brother j and sisters who are teachers at the Grundy Orpbailage Miss Ida McClure returned from Smiths Grove Sa urday where she spent the Christmas yacation with her mother II tOMisstI next Monday for Hazard Percy ccountymusic in a mission1 school lir1uisvhle I lectures at toe Baptist Theologi cal Seminary Miss Ida Claybrboke Jiasre Dti her slst rMlsJohu Offuttotl3- foomfielct rMrsgory called to Danville yesterday where she joined her mother to- attencLttie funeral of her sister Sirtbday Mrs E S MayesJ Jr and Miss Annie BoEl roy spent Fri day in Lebanon The college boys and girlrf have T returned totheir lest ec ive school Nazareth Misses Mc ip Gill Nellie Simms Lizzie Logs don State College Wallace Dun Can Daviiiun Reed Robert- aMa es tyimon Creagor Central flIJivhrsitr0y Jack McCijord St Mrrysi Jj Harry Shulz ParkM dley Ben F Simms John A Shader JroBeaumont College Dollie Creag pr Mr G 0 WhartonwasmDan ojville1asttrhe young pe1Pecc j r prmedN Mrs Ida Clark on Monday even ingyfor aiew liouiytiierry mak tingg- AMiS Francis Martin enter IIt1 taineU forty of her friends Frt aay eVeuingtt her home one Gl undy avenue Prof George ojltinandsister aAirst1wt bCMrs Ella Montgomery arid Miss Margaret Hagn spent Wednesday in Bards town teItturnedi teIt Bnon ra s S1days tW E and WT Leachman Ifuesdayat Mrs Silerreturned to her home at Caiicaster Wednesday no t after a visit to her sister Mrs b Joe Pettus Mr Jt JR Miza ofSomerset returned home Monday after a o visit to Niss Ola dollzclaw j MrWilliam May representing by the Home Insurance Co of New York was here and settled the loss on MV Gibe cihewmakers hoiuae which was destroyed by fire jv Mr Frank Willitt has return el to Louisville adervavvisibv to his parents John Poir1 vhd is a student aL tlie Louisville law schooll has returned after spending tth- eolidasith his parents heree r t tiAMBLJG t SY TEM 4a GThAainsi the PI erJutt V vccJ about systems of gam bljur tollUwcd by vnrlous players Tier nut t leiunsothe plausible scnio rlInibus some based on dabrOrate calculations some gluing yon dorial resultaou paper and aU falling vvocfally jit tie tables After fifteen joarn of experience att ljuto CnrliJ writes a neurpuper cor ql1tL cofing n sum should briijta d to name niter a thorough In s rqtlmtlrh of more than tOO different jWfKn nrtl prgr siins after hav fnr oaopl Jil n imtlicdiatlciiin I can njr VltH cortalTfty ihat It is absolutely LpoMTI Cor any System to win at MoRf Carlo Sir Hiram Maxim Is wrong whoa he sqys the chances are ten to one against the player t say they nrq n hundred to One against the player This Israther an overstatement for rf fQW players do win by luck not by systciiu Orb ui system based on luck as when Jinian baeks the number of his liDteiniom orti woman backs be thelplayeravin occtislpnally and the rest Ipse not only because of the bnnktfj percentage and the restraining maxil imnui but because this la a struggle between Jl man and a uiachlnera man with flTCS anti emotions a machine with no mervesjxud no emotions Let thu uyslam be ever so perfect the gam 1 bTcr TltU sttengtli of will to follow It ha nt 3ot bWa born It he had such Btrengtli tUIbe woqld not be a Kamliler Cleveland Moer t y Y BPOR1 rfJA fopTIZ i jIkJf Bank BPXINGlIEU YV tt lel day Dce ber IMS r 2ao ii 61QyerdraftsrJOverdfaftscuredOQDueBanks 10i348Sl Due from State Banks ankeN lIDue from Trust Companies o10B73932 5100000OtherMortgages t 1050000 000Otherfepecje 545542 Gurrency 2340100 2885642 Exchange for Clearings i 00- 0therItems carried as cash 00- 0urniture and Flxture 000 Fund to pay Taxes 000 urrent Expenses Jast quar 000ICapital Stock in in IIUndivided profits 5483 Due depositors as follows epositS subject to checkIon which interest is not paid = 835508660 Deposits subject to check on interest is paid 0 emand certificates of dd posit on which interest is paid 00 Time certificates of deposit- on which interest is paid 3862265 39368925 avings Deposits 1Jon which interest is paid 00 Certified Checks J 00IDiie National Banks 00 Due tate Banks Bank rsO Due Trust Companies 0 Cashiers Checks outstand ing v 000 100QUnpaiddLVltlen axes due and unpaid Zzx 000 CapitalStOck not paid J+ Total J 84712440- 8SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of stockholder p rson company or gn Including in the liability of the miany or firm the liability Of the dIrectiyrexceeds 20 per cent of capital stock amountfHow indebtedness stated in above item 1 secured Highest amount of indebtedness any director Or officer if the f such indebtedness exceed 10 ofII cent one of paidup capital Jtock of How is samestc red None Does amount of indebtedness of any person company or firm includipg In liability of the company or firm e liability of the individual meai ers thereof exceed 30 per cent of capital and actual surplus oL l If sOstate amount of such Indebt dnes No Amount of last dividend 2500 Were all expenses losses Intetest nd taxes deducted therefrom before dividend and was not les- shani0percentd net ptoflts ff the ank for the period covered by the- ividend carrijejd tp the surplus fund before said dividend was declared Yes Are any branch institutions being onducted by your bank No Has your institution yet started- usinessin its trust department No tateofKentuky V Vss ngt n County J 1Depositember 23 1889 located on MaI- ntreetinttie town of Springfield inI sayshe ofIl best of his knowledge and belief and qrtner says that the business of Said Bank has been transacted attne location named and not elsewhere that branch banks arr being conducted y said bank and that the bove report Is made in compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 31st day of December 190s as the day n which such report shall be made J BUULWARE Cashier t Subscb3dand swOrn tp before me J A Boulware Cash erj the 1st day of January 1909 CL M McChord NPlt- fy commission expires Jan 8 1910 GD ROBERTSON f H R CASE W L GRAHAM Directors A SURPRiSED CAT autiers Pit and Its Exfurjenct WithI a Parrott Of nil cat stories the best is one told by The phile Gautler the French novi ellstH9 iept many cats the favor Ite being MadameirhebphllcJ and she was his constant companion by day nd night One day a friend who was going away a short time browgbt autler a parrot to be taken eot during his absence The bird finding Itself Jin a strange place climbed vp to the top of its perch is a rather frightened manner Madame Theophile ad never seen a carrot before ad 1urpr1 f 1Afterojedltatlon summoning up sri the no ions of natural history she had picked up In the yard the garden and on the oof she plainly came to the concla iOn that the newcomer was a gjeeB chicken This result attained the npxt proceeding of Madame Theopblfe was to lay herself tint on tire floor like a panther watching her prey The parrot did nut like this at aUlt ruffled its feathers and rattled Its chain uneasily Then Madame Thee pluto camp creeping nearer her BOW quivering her eyes half closed it slight thrills of pleasure ran Aloog UeI backbone at th Idea of th meal was about to jhalce Another moment j A 1nQdthat ffoe sprang backward All ornithologicalt Ideas were v e ro And what continued the rot gravely On slrlolm lo herII The cat castlt gIauce at her as Jf to say t This is not a biri It a eotJclU ntttaklr A d nbc yrumptly hid herself uoder the Led knd from that refuge She eouW not be lInduced oBtlr during the whole UaySt Lot Democrat rIDOlltrMIft 4 1di AttoiIt QClotfiI I Cloakall9dd I StoreIIII IIdiffriitaI4sweare IIftde1ftJ r IlIII- I Special leffortswjj1j made tfri stock of Mens and Boys CohIng I Ladies and ChUdreni Cloakmj 6 J 1 Iui1JL ia rare chance to buy i r IIThiSviS Winter j clodi i t 1 6 I FjIr J It e t tI xcoaDT y I X rid Buyers Eiol8iOa TjO THE f I pAN DAN OlE Of TfJAS TO DJSP1CT II BRAVO1RAN1IIi prices ranging from 1050 fe f15iOQ ps r I Thlis the clejot pdcsd aM s sndJthe Pan Haddlfe cf T l v Trains leave Lou w vil over tate 8OCTHMH WAY January 19 b l900 at loJOp 1s Make reaejcyatiois MW wrle Loc pK1 iars ls kA2iDERSONJr IMrsMo 141llC 3t7thSsLifl 1 l IortoARCOORmflItf sTSHISALIBI ckjedhi A het- an tW sqt A blNyr spe table ellu are ired at Yorjr one eVHlBc wKk igIgage and dined well1IfWearly rose In gpodt1iie sad bi4 a substantial breakfut After tW JMA t be casually asked ttwrl dlo 4iiftMrt was anything of jip ckl WHtlt to York TIe asslzea are oa bat I 4 not know If there Is aaythLH prti vIflarfy Interesting IIn tbeJmt ram Ibt i ITQnnksdrinv1M Ill look In if t Tiappta to p i tM lcourt aad see He did look la and Mud rlaWewtc of Dick Torpln In the deck cheisd with highway robbery pie1ag WI Innocence veheKi nUy to a atoliiVtft and Jury who with Ira feeS AM rot look as if they pICid mack era 411fttnnocence t caught sight of the trjiger Itosltycan prove ay IsoeesP erd MM t prisoner polntW tb the atreaisr whe was aghast atbeconilK thtctf sr et Interest so pnxpectediy He seom da toaWwd a4 skMfc kki head Oh yet cried tlMiacftNl think Tou were at DOTCVHI kttff way fr m here Tom caiwi t it tk Skip Mel and I toek or- in HM a wheelbarrow to tin Otlak inilnf lat the ptar Tkat was the IaTIIasupposed to have NMBHt4 fh cffw 1up 1r1 estness of the pctooMr wfltlHMA thestranger but tJMMr tortd Mi assist him much Htve yol aBYJtthA j dfeamy imoia4M id movements oa that day T III am a merChMtt Y114fhi aa lgcr coiiected wjtk sao dsstMMI- rm of bamkers 4k Lead I trusii a llot and of crea twr7tfctatvi my books Bee 7 k if court care to snd to jar kon bring here tM books out os pf I cia easily s ttie the f 4sfi The books wertfetclMi 9lM ssitlf msjikd faeea ia Do tkai day aid had left br the Oalaiv Pfs t Tfcls was Mttdeat Sot tte J 4f T The pdoIrw1 attidCoate aetLWclt Both the h sL IooIt jbtstlaf s placed ta die saaw dotk dS ward charged wkk urta nclIn the algorhiidfl7- n tona tabdM k The truth J22S tcItrWbo hail r P Da4 rut or any farm tskiaor scalp cIiI ettf can irK relief ana be permanently cured brZemo a clean liquid for external uSe All durggi t ell ZBMO i PE6sYAIt 11- Wky itIuddsnly cIisiud s 1 sIIlttsWJIAI1P- bs f 1Iw I sad the att id s tQtIIM TPCP d id iiIIaaad iiY 1111 i the t wa ea heb7hes ttL aid 1uL =ta mijirtis- bueiIb4 Ws 1 = r sWeN t I to tM widea fIltW id e atdI a a pseal ia aJritllille 2- the tim ea w s was i d Areat j b 1 the Iws Iuss ayraaM ML Q ai 1nik g =I sd W HW gt hety bs Ji tI wit iS ai = r11 IRI eayt e l i1l jeaTi I d Iru It ausyaVuiiaihe w ea 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the fla1k pi hi tJtjatad t IC SIT7 kk1t1Ofl JIInf If I 1avt fiI iitIM pittQWerk wltb oft =ooeo4 thejrest raUs otlC o sctee 11M bMti 1ribebMI j fiSt QI7 titlJfIf be t pattj t h irsIitIL i4 Aau qr ea the Ia1da 1 rJh J Jtanmoett 4Wfaa to jae e A mea follows hcaI1Ing and apirit ami nses hl sooksUy wfli alway hrperd tte day at cow 1 It ut how =Ga m nt a hot aon IiII e ffef1y wised ad vt A teMir au W1PWt1i etwPohjeci kiags i nspecte of koowlsdg ltb4 J Ilt BtIIIIm Itt c 1ur J a1a1r rrl y IIt Ipurc li to he si dered thot oay ilwvaEDd Maddtf troubtef reW bt 4e trnssd to The Jki4itYf Mat W rL dace pror lifcrt 4 wnsrliall 41iMMS WTh4w ypItkMDSUr cwN iyi w oi beL1 t ii Me dt1tirIufsickor titl taking k 17 re uaTW1U OIa- f aflthe ooviios= ti1 I ji pakyott eCI1r babe by frt Uocioriuj rosjr b t rheIIhi4addIcezaor aary ec t Sw Is riit JI iii i 0 f rir i c iT 3Jft hTAcL a Mile Urmy T- htbtaa toDPnCh You every M AtrVblIhitho Va4PS ietT 1irpJng tblng aboit 1eUmft tfle nW arrival I t3qTfl ts PFPIXitY ttL1- g L c f toek lFn i1tnxkty 1dtoi1ri4u to tU 4r tit ce u u ireha t istoI yiigO 8pbore thMju I4ctwtacd irivefl u Lhtc- khtt o tng tb- tpI trwr4 v1w audtIiiW a 11i the teqIt yJte like lag Jetoru tTttfl thatb14 atr1 traiga1 ieLn 4 Oir wUb ou suI1i1ee th the wt dyt- N wtIan ji1rIt tL I4Of broo big surf iMt jnb Ee p4 Ides 1isf ws apiiii t uth 4t ip a tucked like a4ep p ckeJntun ttItr the2itlSuthi fIUn t a11eyw1t- a fbw r tx oiU oe a4 merejan1eaI1t Ii L that I- au iw axthqr1- Yeth r u car ciasitiwo- i ribop thst FYati4iph4e suter4r f r Au- dtjk1c1t tetr tkt aOTFJ MW atSer tsItbernbter-v4tLek Uur heburoitot iior en 4r aiIIrIhi1z fora 4e I- thheter oCa aay Gic aig that be ayllv ln HonoTh1ii aader very dlffefent conditions as to pc cipitatloa accpnlldxto looaO n Ja W6 of he valleys rain falls practN C1J7 every lay of the tear and varies Ml amount In different parts of the MB e valley wJiich may l e 5nly a mile oc two long There are othef sections 7it which the splendid lawns and bow ers of green foliage wblch surrpund be i tlfal homes are only possible krH14 copstfeiit irrigation Anb Were are to be found Almost every degree of jAefafart between these extremes Uke everywhere else one finds pee pte of evec7 turrf of mUd in Honolulu a to theP moot desirable places in wWcK tp live In sections where the rainfall may amount to two or the- bdr4 Inches per year vegetation iomrisheff mt luxuriantly and with a tolnHnaum pf atteritlon Th6re 4s also a absence o humid feeling in the at soephere oi disagreeable dampness which one Fosually associates with uiach rainfall This is accounted for by the fact that the rain comes Jin kovers olf wbiQfi a dozeii or more ay come in day and may occur whll the suEf is shining brightlyf wHle pie never failing trade WJfnds an4 a poroug soil thy upj the surface TBolslure within a few minutes after a shower has gassed Tim heaviest pro cipitation also usually Occur at night la ttic dry sections If one naa Aplenty of water with whichvto irrigate Qind 5onoialubas a splendid sjstem of wa terworks wltU ample supply one may more easily Control wJiat he would grow and at the same lime escape the uxsouvenicnce oft orcurrUig show ers Sonic of Honolulu s most beauti fml residence districts as well as the beautiful Ivnpiolani paikone of the mo beautiful tropical gardens in the World was orlgmally barren sand plains practically devjid of vegVa tion nd once thought ID be worthldsST The oewcomer is often yuzzlcd to hear aa old Tesident fcfVr to tile plains when speaking of n scctloij of the city M which are located some of the most magnlflcent homes and beautiful grounds la the whole terrltorjv The Trtriatlon of rainfall together with the djfferehceiij temperature tiu te eieyatiof give to llthvall n diversity of climate tUit Can scarcely rbe equaled in3 the wcrld laclilng Only in extremes of cither beat or cotdWil J Cooper t KtMg Zjil jkinea for hotels aointi MM thr cause of peculiar prandeF tamllaica An jgcd famer frbm a mot county in Canada decided to pa1te KyfsIt tQ Toronto It was the feisHhpe lieJ1nd1 at a city station MdWiiKi a hotel crier hurried to him Twlth4he toterrogatioa ICIng Ed IrardT the newcomer simply smiled M JM answered 4fN9 alr Thoaias Coi fy4rsrnosr tboorats dortIJ JrojWtf J aaa abd teeBi il PerJheQ1nOUtIh tOetl- eeiLind Wwt aiQ Q l fn JTrwft which tiM wit usdertnri4- Iev4flj thati ahldbe ctchjher Eea- II k4d a OAt lie eoist- dani 41ikkA aah ib teolcu r et one Ihe very rtUWott sd J tr f wod JIt- d be vs costar woobe aiS4hIn- k17 =bd nIt iId ad o ait4PIW bosisr oke4 lIt tat airata bad SuI a tftto her tWM rtWkwaI nst a bp Pot M I 4I I bzxawrrr4 brk the qlz brnniTorn this t ftwth pfttf slid prdk- iy i ba e toL th tM51 1 1ful9tiaImoud4i4I 1 mertagne tiWbfte of egg cta1oiintu1aof sugAr SthM udtea J 1e1ur1 rptIab aSJo- pn4 tep h AJi-rfhgt t ie 7sLbpcorthi3Iealtbhc- ctie kasii3iitcea- kthk rmui r t k qrbeJgIer oft4ieiiy4jI bttwil q at uit t ad- se aia ohcy ibaSp Th1- th 6ttlndl-e 4U = ha- t1ttI te 4Q ItW oCZte2th 411oc oL iiew Iye a J43Thceaap a tbehafr- biroo teiit-M Itsbv1- ioobMey tt A wnji3iJpI ftt attec1 toh an d abthemjnb hd re- a4etljvniUtbe wIth Jn tcpOeieku1etporQ o tfreiOc they fwtiL l Wce alec tr j 4at- hatrlotIk tr4 Ce1th4cThtStWh- fwtbe oml 4cIothisaiid lot- l1neooptsch rekylh shouvu Ordi ut1fl tile vetrothbjire cnnled fror yf7 1 c SplI i z sI J nLOTnES 4ND msPlNBOLDEB the Irashtub tto the yard In an Ordinary wlrker basket The dripping water collects in the bottom of the basket soon rotting and destroying it The basketshown here is made of galva nized wire to prevent rusting The toes ji being Wide Ute water Item the Wet clothes readily drains oft Atone end is a receptacle for the recep tion of clothespins while suitable traps ate secured to the Back by wlflciiIt can be supported t some con- valient point These straps are also tucd 19 carry the receptacle esrehed Mille When silk has burned pour Itat once into a nltcber and stand it In a basin of cold water until it iis cool when it will bit fouzidto be quite free from the burned smell and tngte cJiI80 wen anything has burned in the double boner Instead of replenishing the steamer part with hot water use cold for the same effect OatmeaL Lotion For the Skin An excellent oatmeal lotion for the skin is made as follows Boll two ta bf1oonttilitotfinc oatmeal and then del3scrtspooQtul leraon Fjuff oferjihe face before go ins to bd not wiping it all away This potion especially dIf r eal 1c1 ql e- fr wall paper sprinkle baking soda over blot ting paper place over the spot and press a moderately warm iron against II Tor a few minutes The bloftlhg pa per tvlll absorb the grease fund the pa pet on the wall be free from potsj About Brittle Iclgg A tenspoouful of vinegar Beaten into flavoringbeing J belnsbrJtUcut ilt will betas moist and nice in a Yeclt the day it was made Making a Job ef It Pat who bada weakness for tnr wmo 6f the country once did a day6 work for an Irish village priest and ggedtordrlnknianhqd not tho heart to refuse 4Tin a nail invyour coffin all tht same Tat said be as bepoured out cowpleof fingers It la that your riverencd said Pat ae he draIned the glass but now that y v e the hammers In your hand yt wolghtaa wen dhroive in another r Hew to Funnels nDdsmtcotSeveral stiff papa wtlherje Mneqaajcd for use wh B emptybap wweallfv coffee ar other dry article 10t WJdcbqf l I 1PiprtkpeIbslager iiIiiiiiiiiii r Jtts 1 fl t 1 ijaI1 I bandp aiwspud s- bjii1d add tohso4- ik11id att teelr o- tft the isader yto J tes 410- lfln1g fteresbl sesud- ieii jM dlJtJMJI1 1 be the pr tAd bafWbgAiaedIia4sud f t if f thtise1t tW r Wrp thakas- ttztw jnd tient gf4rlnr 9 pod t nneem- ofpi Qt brbf 1thtt t hbe r d a prfobi- It y Iitd f tbi J = p traDd itLW Nrt 1 Ji ffc ti JM lfe r flsHvMeei Is J ff- r ayebthe sntaiss W1 ll fti Jtjv t z1 eac1aaPie aalstI e i Yb hgiaJ dgb me htmn tk qi- foi 1tel b- eetaforhMpea The 11triij s- p1Aktnnt t d1fbHAIIw os after JJRUI es1Iir ther esetea tIM fltplafc1 11mt t the blsmftb mag ssdde- sh f Vir Wbnah1r4chidi ip4thsseItF b4 act hId ruil- Jor aitL cepsyrWfli ecoor4l1 be imtesFaiid Ipay aterfeI- ttfamfr iif benisfl cosst-o tbe pini4achefr reoi i qw toarra boec e e nn aii tbi f i ft y J Jfe1red 1u the watr the T ecMl the4lgwres ttiit ieshuhl hie f nse reahiat f ga31uipIto Ntapraltt dg iJ thetr irettu- pen4ot lume 1t Woiikl tke the- wu1er thJact4c ore tkalliW hi41 c Hr tiaClpus ore them ILc Were po Blbfe to put the ivatet tfPrttNf PaciBcJBt6 hollow Sphere it Fbi d bff jeeiarytor provide one with fa ii te t0tt2Irn11Je8 The AUaitlc m1iQbl73000000000000 gallons so that tlw Atlantic mjigDt be contained is tIM Pacific three times If it were put into spherewouldChicago News A tu y Little Chmp It has been ascertained that tk- eflioe when he is free to range about sleeps only two hours in the twenty four or less than any other animal known During tim rest of thy time he is on the hustle and probably coy ers five miles in his runn rTbthoneybee sleeps front dark to daws and that old saying aa busy as a bee should be changed to a busy as amouse In four days and nights a mouse will either eat or convey away a pound of cheese He has al ways got his appetite with him Conundrum Why is a dirty child UHceI flannel Becauseipu shrinks from jfrashlagr r What Is the difference between a girl of seven and a woman of seventy One is careless and happy The other 1Is hairless and cappy Why are pianos noble characters Because they are grand square and ia a chicken8neck like a bell When itIla Wrung tor dinner WHy ISa crow a brave bird Be rause it never shows the white feather Puzzles WthL ttW What word containIng three letters can be expressed by ope Tor beS stance f 1 A r1v r1An81terDeeD 2 An insect LA bird l iA gardea vegetable 5 A Chinese keverage 6A tree Answers 2 Bee B 8 jgr J4 pea P 5 tea TJ e yew U STh Rerfialnrfer s Slxyearold Rays teacher was emV deavorlrig to give Some very simple instructions in fractions She added If Jane has air eggs and uses half of them to bake a cake what part will she have left Quickly came the am etwer The shells A Christinas Dilemma I havo two new dblllci and what shall den am like the old woman wlolivedla S With my eIght dear children four eft each knee Mllail la as full aa over It can be And jhow theqe new one their hearts Jwlll bretiK Vet an Inch moPe witting room how caul makeTtsympathize truly Indeed I dO With tm famous old woman who lIve in a boar The Storm Note at Sea The picturpcque name of storm hosE Qewltternase is given in Germany to die wave of high barometric pressure which often precedes a storm or a heavy squall The barometer rises sod deftly and then falls more gradually It Is believed tbit this phenomenon to responsible for sudden changes IB the level of thesea Observations oa the seas surround Ing Jeiimark have Jed tfr PIe conclusion that the change of level thus produced sometimea amounts to no less UTan three PteetJ101ith Cots panlon The Devils Knell AnTong the faiiiotis tells of Pewa bury Yorkshire England to oei known AS Black TOm of HootaWit wWch was presented to the cburch IH pcpiatioe i f V murder BtacVT Is always rung ea Chrbu eve Iti MtttQii ISslllng as it Mdku the Med ftp at exactly ttiloa nif ht tII keoWs trj XwkiSih as the cti kDM- the 1tt ItWng soiflo tbattberw the arch db4LuS- ndM1 i t J thtNM c WY J N VU r i E a NES Ut I i 1 f1 p k 4 J 5SrbYaM IMo ikooc kd heat keM or long + ft I t HIeelses Devise tarry itfrO ieceii Turn the wick ri rw i1s im tm frnier Every lamp warrwk IIecr esr teasel ik Perfection Oil- Rays Laiap wrile our nearest aenq TA3It OIL COMPANY J s1 X Saf W y to ji a Q t aI Q 1 t j 1 I 1 r l s I FOT Rtea to Local Manager Q 1 Qrr i 1 i p a l g oOG p 0 j Tht Way the petrosep RtaiU M Sun an4 Star When one lights a common sulphur match in the dark It la worth while to eotlce what happens First IIts plies phorus gives out faint yejllow rays and almost at the same time the Bul phur begins to burn with bluish beams As yet the flame yields little light In a moment or two the wood of the match takes fire and ttlen a stream of clear white Jlgbt pourstorth Each Sr the materials of the snatch its phosphorus aulpbnr and wood baa shpno Ira burning with color of Its own In a street lighted by electricity and gas the Ye dqtccts at once the IUtI ference between the white rays of the one and the yellow beams of the other it nitrate trotit1aIbi set on Ore we have a splendid red lame Filings ot reeQlaliiblucwhen filings of sine are Ignited These and other such substances furijlsb the maker of fireworks with rowan candles had bombs ail derive their beauty from the spa tial tInt which attend the combustion Of their And any one who has nce sccu the colors peculiar to common salt IroQ or anulmony as the trace tbcmselveaf on the evening cky will always know what Js aflame whoa he sees tb colors again SIt John Herschet wi the first to nBderstanil that colors of this kInd fell a Be win knew how the stars varied Is tint that Al debaron was ruddy 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