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7itW1 Tkfr t 1 i a daist tbatj1aiNad73 Etf IauItIsi4P1evcy SdayatlO aiII rj ityc awlC evec7 Woo 3 h 1t at k CATHOLIC CBPRC TP F a tor 1 TJ tlad 10 ocIoi e JMatStXoesawe r 4 J L 1F r BYTltUlOHUKCB it 1 It C UWiOD pastor r ryHY atIl L- ry L 4 JSSCI i p ytetMIf Ak 4 16B Pttjci veetli 1t IIwIiT eyI at 7 ori J C fr 1LrrI CXUCHO- T Ijtsos 1Il la aiit- ti jescWag cyy Ssaday at 1 a J t J apdI41Iee1 tT i r j a a Pray MSU d rliit y eyeIaE t 145clock i i lT rJIfUs roN gURCB i i xvw OR Bif Pastor Ser v ai 44rtkS Stl1d- ayJ i i j 4 tijr t = wawsra1i iI I t1tJt l ilJfteillw lgTjjif raais4 da3 MjiA =lr gVi paAtCHjjtu Xe57 iest J 4 MNiyrflprtMiX 4 ACAuKeetIlia R 1inf irii f 1 Bean Strength s v w 1idIsc or lLesrt bITh ioniowr- iff v i l i b II Pr Shoops ZetorativSe zv r c THE NEWS n i =LEADERwT4i Fir tWIJlUke tebe ab y iraim jTiMt fc NaId ete r through theTh ke ways fOyUWaMerlg milt O1ear 1 kyMwiie ltdtQ J inutfraId Wire to Mbl iofqc3101 ada r tw ktIbIte hetoLdayAay JlIttMrvmd445 ver t Wit Uct iratlte1a i pc Dew io the oId vrorattyle1 Mi1II tie 1WhpI4rWI114Ir1I ijMti Jiit 1Cte 11Iklvatc ecork as tsiNks fro aic1at JMta I n ed to do Orer tkeijbridg and tbjroofh the W MarcMug it sln Je file Searchl f with chums for big nutt trees Ju t for a little while Id w1ukeetroof jJwtrjEi jjJastaIuOver the ashes of yes1erdasur 01WkfafTreIffahlBriMtck Just for a little while Tbe Commoner rrcsi it Helps OrpIIIIIS Hundreds st jirphaas have heem heljMd by the PresMeat of the Isdus trial and Orphans Home at Mac a owrltesWe have Med lec Bitters im this I stitutib for iaiae years It kas proved a most ex cellemt remedy for stllachJlTer alsd Kidney troubles We regard it oae bf the best family medicines ox earth It invigorates the vital or gas purifies the blood aids dlges tieaj creates appetite ibb strength ea avd btI1dip thin pale weak children or rundown pepplq it hasH coi1plalntsO OW Timer DodaLJ h1kJ33p0n Salee the lambMi giDg digger didiat Vl1ibur laM Friday of pneui mbnia Some days bfefore he lift here and went to a l ttfe place that he owned up in th e koobejbf Bpyle county and while thlere was aswauJted and robbed of 75 He then went to Willisi burg and was taken sick and edHarrodeburgHerald ir Many little lives have been saved by oleys HoBey and Tar forcoughs col4B croap and whooping cough ItUJe p81ysfe remedy for infants aM children as it contains np opiates urlik Eoleys Honey and Tar Caref al hRefuseSold by Haydon RobertsonS wila Not PayM GreensburgkyNowiit it itsndings die decision of the United State Supreme Court that this county is liable for tie railroad bonds iseaed by this county ia 1873 rtbe building of theXumberland Ohio rail countyHythatpay4lLIe taxe necessary to pay b oondsnever carried out its part otf the contract This county baa 4ud but one aheriflE since 1878 be caoce no one wanted the job of attempting to collect the railroad tax consequently none bat been collected Sheriff Perkins who Waervtn5 as sheri resigned some months ago because he was afrafdbeandhis bondsmen jcould bbeHrlib1e fdfc all that ifas not collected The tot inIGri a utile over 1000000 ISO thsjt if the bonds haveto be paid it wil take onefourth of all the proper tf in th county to pay if NUt a ran is the county will take ibe offlc of sheriff and undertake he job of collecting the tax lllie final outcome will be waicbed with latereat ti as the peoprs graatly aroused 0 tbernatter Ifya wilt take Foleys Orino LAX i alive umtii the hwel8 become regular r1fJJl othave to take purgatives je MUatly as f leys Oriso Laxative poaikively carea QhroHlo constipation a d siaggish liver Pleasant 10 take Seklty1 Rob tCot Br ftk Prifon t xtMrlbOJ t a TtJ hertJbroke 7fitaMen of them were arrested Ida gitrtli thberated ilLniixteen were confined to await id from some of their relatives the city The supposition iis t thhatured a hatchet and secretly coc A yod ittotbe prisoners and Ithatbey dug out an tinder eig scroandgThere was a guard on nand al11 the time but for some reason hi failed jk notice tbeir escapng rMt Hltl cjtil delivery screatt no littlfe excitement aIfl stWestPointA ItPiIIUS AithKs Stitemcnt or s vera years I was mi ted wiih kid ey trouble and last winter I was tiQsuddnIypaia in my kidneys dnd was cOD nedi to bed eight days unable to getup thont asstanc My urine con ued a thick white sediment andfupasfed same frequently day and night commenced taking FoleyS Kidne emedy and the pain gradually f abated and finally ceased And myf ine became normal I cheerfully r c mson Fol ulSplbyHayion HardinV Chapelha i Mrs J C Houchins a d daughter Ollie of Harrodsbqrg have returnee home alter a pleasant visit to G W FenwicU and family The party given bv Miss Adrav Canary Tuesday night 1a1ljoyed en Miss Lena Goyle of Pottsville has returned home after a pleas SPantattie Logsqon Mrs J C Houchins andj d IAaugbtrnd Lela Fenwick spent Friday with Mrs HS Litspy t Mr Robert Litsey o For Worth Texas has returned homerafSer spending the holidays wiih his patents at this place Mr and Mrs Rov Fenwtk and little daughter Elois have returned home after a weeks v reisitl fumilv F I The dance given by Mr and Mrs Jim Lanhino Wednesday Everyhodyr Mis9 Grace Cull of Mackville spent last wpek with her grand Mrs H S Litsay V caMrardave moved to their house on Bob Hatchetts place near thiininstownMr Ray Jliossdon and Robert thiltonllast week Mrs R PLarihamMrsJsLanham and daughter Ann- aMafspent Monday wih Mr Stanley enwick Mrs Will Jeffers hand nephew Mr Hartford Logsdort spent Monday with Mrs Bob Langfcrd and family Mr Stanley Fenwick boughttff Mr Brack Yates a Ahorse t price unknown Mr Ray and Hattie Log don spent Sunday with Mrs George Barker of near Mackville Mr and Mrs Alfred White tmanBilflia arid Mr George Barker dined at ithe home of Mrs Mollie Logsdon Sunday Miss Della Mays istbeguest of Miss Hauie Logsdon this week MisRhoda Begley is visiting relatives in Boyle county cMrgins and Grace Co il jaeijt Tues day and Wednesday with fela lives in Marion county Misses May and Della Lo gsd or have returned home afteapleas ant visit to relatives at this place Miss Susie Feriwicli is spend PearlerFenwick 1 Mr 0car Lahham spent Sat urday night with Mr Ray Logs don i Simple Remeiy fir ligrlppc mydevelopare qwckly cured by Foleys Honey lnngslarekealed dsgeron condition b quickly avett ted Take paly Foley Honey and rlTaria thejillow packag iT Said by H yJoo Rpbf rUoa T S 1piliqutIIlliteracy x v The TDanviyie Advocate m ving enthusiastic support i e movement to stamp cUt iteray in Ke tuck and th general uplift of vtbe public schools9btitwe are ratuer of th opinion that its zeal has gotttt e better of its judgment whe rj it suggests that the next LegiJs Jature ought to abolish the Slater TJnryersity And the Normal tio It is true that nese schools toa very large exten vere the beneficiaries of 1b Dle gisIaioD at tha jast sessioi I rr n fori rlt fngpr f 1 td9e 0 Vr t t1ii ain of illiteraoyV But we be lieve that the special friends off the Stare TpTriiyersity and the Normal Scbo jls wi 1 join hands with the other friends of duca- CU ai tilenext session of th Legislature to do some reall salv vie for the public school in thE way of wise legislation We sympathize with what the the Advocate sajs that we have commenced at the wrong emIl o help the public ireeich ol but we cannot see bow we canbehe the Unfortunate children in If tne Sate grqwjog up in jgnc ncebyathcking severely what piyidingEThwn NeSjA Horrlire Holdup About ten years ago my brother wa ofshappiness by what was believed to be J ho peless Consumption writ sWRJt Lipscomb Washington N C He to intokmont rom several doctors but found I no Kelp till he used Dr Kings New D cbvery and waS wholly cured by bottles Heir a well map tod y r Its quick tto relieve and the eunst jhagescoughsgrippe asthma andall bronchial l affections 50c andSlOO ti ileaj bottle free Guaranteed by fiay on Robertson fHeadsIWihI Tails You Lose Mr H tiSmith one of our renderS ob jeb f1ot1Kicom plains thattle OYernmentjCfoip ports are tizisiu11ngiuid work Jlr hardship y n f wnprv He claims thtLe earlyT govern ment crop tiira itearJ- fl reports are quite opt imistie and givii hope for abundant crops and hat1r after the crops ar bW essodanth most off itp sstid from fdrmers f hanOp cprrecw 411 reports indi te I much smaller production l T yehethe prices of farm products while e farmer is selling ndClbootJJ prices after the crops get into e liaods of the speculator rof dealer As arf iHJ tration lr Smith vs that earfv In tIre fall it was t said th farmers couli not a Igaffnrdt o feI cattle and lings as corn was jboo high r rrfarm erst old t iir stock lhenth re prts SIYI the price bfj corn must come down aM farmers h ue sold liieir tocic arid ha ve nothing to feadittol Mr Smith further says that afttqr the cattle and hogs Imve lefih farm atid Jgone iit1 paQking houses and into haMslof the beefbtusts1 ith reports com JicJt oihI that tiifettJl is n scarcity Of and priced must go up In words Mr Smith Thinks that with tfie grain dealer a d specu ator rind them dot p cker itIS heads I win tails you lose Wer confess tkere is sonv ground for Mr Smiths com plaint but most of us voted to this tondition of thing arid therefore havenoright tuV kick rFHrmers Home Journal Thewthdeiful drair trett meLt HJtmei reaches ihe spot kills the germs and cures ca tarihcr iip w8orethroat asth ma etc The Red Cross drug store sells it guarantees it reCQm mends it 100 for a complete OUlfit II J J ri Notice tFtvII 1 t All persons having claims against tPhpa Votaw AdmintIt strator of JParmelia Rubyj wilt present same to mBa9my office inSpricgfield property prpyep priior befor Feb i lQSor bettlemeitf 1 MG Leaahmanf kc MoWoO Ji A CLOS1CAtLwS ItMfr WC Mpdd Narrowlyap cP1i at Railroad Crossing CV IfM Wil1ianiC Mudd the wl11I jcn own citizen bf this lace tuid a irr w escape from dealhol1 jlatl Moncia mornlpg at the first tt ailtoad crossing below town ainQdJeIti eJrI nl h s bugg V j R1demoJishedJ to iiiwnfpened at the railroad crossing justj as the mor1ing train wi icnl leaves Springfield at 5 50 Oclock was passinsr It was 8 dark foggy morning Mr Madd had j his buggy curtains up and dIdI tot hear the train whistle nor Jhink of i s approacbuntiI his bugrgY was szck and hrse wa 3it hu rleda considerable distance from the track Mr Madd struck on his head and shoulder He received a scalp wound and was badly bVuised about the shoulders and side The horse wc bstbrownsoasitsueclwatbroken and th buggy was Ht ally made into kindling wood The fain was stopped and the Injured man put aboard and the traM ain1 arhissonjJJr JO HUddwhee Jits injuries were attended to Df Mudd as that unlesssome aernalnott tliink his fathers mjUrleIj j i ire dangerous Ii ttcertain acids with natural digestive juj ces to perfect a dyspepsia cure And that Is what Kodol ilsa perfec dig ester StforRHUle while you vll ub looker have indigestion You then couldnt have indigesth n Jowcould you have la igestcKO1oIant to take acts promptl 6old by the Red Cros drug atore V4 ISome juicy Jobs rotCToDaccoMenI I PWinTobacco Soc ety adjquroed to day In addition to the usual routine business the salaries ofIi j e president and directors were xedTbH salary of President LeBus was fixed at 5000 perIar and expenses The salaries tt thiRseven members of the ex ecutive committee afc 2000 per year and expenses ancl the sall aies of the fortythree members r1ddd ar t The tentative prograuime for 11 the action of the society in re 1erdcussed and will be presented a tii C 1 he meeting of the tobacco unioji hich m etsjn Lojisville on January 21an 1will be more fullyf considered at tile nextmee ting of the Burley Society iin this ity January 28 No effort win be made to control the acreage for the present year but jt is hoped that most of the jQrop will Ibe pooled The Delegates from the varii 1o coiinties say that since the efforts of the Burly Society to pisi dfe pooljt TheaesL MHti lIWIi i the ne who always wears Vfrown ts cross antI fndasf8 loUt of ten iIts not ihtf poor fellow fault Its hiff liver and digestion thatI makes him feet so miserable he Can t help being d sagreeable Are you Iin danger of gcHing into that condition TheaFtart at once taking Ballard J Herbiae forJour liver the safe sure and reliable vegetable rygtilator Get at tno Red Cross drug atore Birthday pinner 1 4oMrWiamRnbvandwjfef Spencer county entertained at aI dinner December 81I toe following Mr Lee Oheath1d am and wife and eight children I Mr Newton t he tham and wifet Mr Jimmie Stevens and wire mI two children MY Clay Hll11 n1 j wife Mr Perry Ruby and thleechildrPDMrdbarUei fl c nItndII S narrow and her mother JOhnl ham and ni ceJearl Sp IhreeIl TPn Misses Ethell and Winnie LcottMiss Effie Jent4rs of WU iislurg Miss Mattta M son c Mis audU vt21ysin cveit1tLcLpunishment 1j consis chjidthink that all crying is badness its n totpins or ome externaL cause IfouC cant firja them Jive the babvVVhitek iearn Vermtfugems the chances are ptItPJeasanttobkesure in its action rice 2Sc Sold by Red Cross drug store V 4 i i CreekIi V J II The r hs been considerable npttoWe tare haying a very imild winter fo 1ar j jIConsiderable v sit1g has been h une ir this vicinity during tbe1 iolidasi We hope when thel ewsJiead rcOmts qiut this weIrthaZv re may see ail of the correspondents itiici arid Inpo to see tlvm mqra J r reKulftr this yar ihrtivij Jttii past and furthermore hps MM4 we may allrthe better I hopfeMu WM4 ofr Saw5tte sun rlaeia UM ra ling of the t syhati fft Tbiold year is gone It had its rMM and thorns iite slljabiaa4lha akla1l4lKil t achitvc ments and tlie dippolutHut a new sheet of jMf titV1rIispreads opt before as Umt ti I old year leftrus Here M pro f tukt we have yet worklpjh eforJiI1II f breathe a8ilaipraj r ibci or whom we have l borM so many years and witht tbst we coapfe the earnest dfwr lb twt myb anl e to ip j Mfc mot hf the future tl2as w JlioLM m pst and lejr M irgLas Jc uraflts 01 otr1 tst sikks forrc 4eijpr ouasyUta1l tW t4 ttutMi 0 you like if you Will ldxw4t lifo it for rOUeJJeft worry akoM 4aor IS iifcUen fr r nly tends to aiakoyoti moftMrjum Besides yow doatfcaT tf Tf try athjr 1lnoreaboHtwhatYCil c t heeafcfcjtc dol for Dyffpep3ia ami JmlIre 4 Mi wW lgestanyandsli fo ataa1times Klol1sgarast be fr r prompt relief S6W by tejfi4 r I drugl store Wanted j A ruanvlo repr at WiWf tInt Itute with tl efulk3wi Cf iitrtifi FIrst he uiiM4e- peal fc r oi toe mfapoiM dpffMluc i Ilawil be must favor a law giri itte fiscal COUrt the rijrbt to Ufc bouds for build nie riifgiii a dI r paingtbe tur pjktt MMk ttle county he nw tor JKMM lew in rvajrd to Me Trn-ce oeetion that will HkfJy c me up at thixLaItbiqtbeg- islature t I udptJisjiuLthat his br4otort bSito attecheo to it be ehwlfavri I tlJoroughrV iQtI ot xrof the state h aboaW ta IM mer infcertiiei lfdremeasure that will airanoe tlMr interest but not dtMrpy liiiJ c iatt Iileastj l ullIadministlratiop I t Y NcJ t pHaving sold omtiay iihcEIthe business of TnotipaemBiis at Litsey and tHIiri tib- ineee iiof theIr MtIw frallindebted to the Ira Witt pttAW 1li call and settle at qtoi tt ihooks will be foimd at ttw a4ww at Litsey ROBERT M TjibMMOi P nrtu i J Y BBARGIN f t tJf k t x j t- Ij rsSUBSCRIPTION ii v One Day OnlyJanuary 3UW Ie t t ptMjabreastofthe e There us no better dailypaper at any price tobe had in the Stt ofIK t irjaihb Louisville D thy Herald t J Jt ii a cean family sheet allowing no objectionable advertising of1lilM ibS I published It has the finest localnews service of any daily paper in the SialoI e lr hsthe Associated Press telegraphic news of the world it haa aiptMi M iMiisa frnm PS own cartoonist every day splendid halftone pictures jihbwing 1oo1tentaid a1e ness iitdepeodenteditoJial page wi always fair and m rtiDKJtudiffer politically withthe editoriall opinion s 5 l Thireirulir prica of the Jailv Herald is 80 yearby maU and thtt lrpotJ our ptpr iis 10 year blm lLByospacialarrange ent w are 4bIe to- w0ndi Mtk rful offer of j JheLMsiille Daily Herald Regular Price 3300 t TttfcJ ifIO- s heNeisleadeiv SegnUr Price 100 Total 4GOij1P rll k If subscription is received at our office not later than January 30 1909 PMively subscripton will be accepted at lessthan the regular jprjce if received in uv1ps ImarKed later thnJannarf 30 I JSnjfscription 10 dirtier paper n1fy eneworrenewah and will date M MsJanuary80 1909 or one year from date at which prese t ub cripiiowi ixplrf s H OI lions may be started to the jderald at once and r J t4Jauary 10 1910J jAjsIjsm- p Ji DLDavlsoni r t2St I Nws11t4iMXV h t tt HftArt b- 1 1 flU- 14MJw TwrLr JS i ritI4 5LJl bLi L MllIfIi lj iI I A CT JoiuiiI kacLaskIa jfi pj c 1JI 4 1T lrAlj i1a w iiIj4 wItofll1iiWssd hs r IL AI r r IJW IHlf j J Jl MM MM 1 aia eN r Ei 11 irr tjdr1rtr A ire It D IIt MriC nitrem TI4rJeilaDi iqaM r I N6 pi i hsisBat T 5 y hJil frrnii ft 6 J1 IoDiIi 1 J sp es ri1rnmi iisi41e pr Mr I JtJ 1t Irrisg al1 iF utj hro 1It V tJfk uiiuLUtI I p ir S I 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hAd i bt er11low with JuumpLion 5 r wbiknbir b we ire glad to tt DbStW1 flOW isteJf r jMiia wife and tw i ii a4illie Goff and wife Sunday witfit f J bbf1pet X goftnilyrU Burkhead and famt1 lY spent tThrday nil ht wMrJo4 alt and fimrty r MckylIIe MjBiirkbId and sont 4 Jiii Mv ot rainaa ho al short visUI rth r liUivB at tbM place SMr1d 0 c 20 Mr Kiola J tiI4 aototMr aadMrs JjIqm i i a ot thir place and MsI lttijdS DTtoft if t J dM iDr rJoKirkiand tr tbY yiloif and hippy 15fl JhMLis Mi4 e Royalty spent f 1nik t1lritll bet a ter 1fIIId yaaivr t Hr Jk ln 7 5 Mtm Sl stter1y has reE Isim after H few days 3 rhUi aJMI and Mr t i rJ t t A j u t is If1t i 1t r t i 4 Ii WOITS Joelfue ta 1qve k or COlnJIA y ti J orUtbeki iMIItt1sce r1w c1it aJlCcnatf 11 H 1iOI4Iiloe1WIi t Sr P 1 1 ba eaJ- IIiloo Kf 5 j ft l 4rIn Jc sod t MrP asa1vje wiclr wncre S 1ewii1tieii rd1 l Y U creY andsonsieuI Z lP1 H QfQb trMft1 Hr sid Mrs Charlie Durham edtbehorneo Mr Tom Ia tug1y Satsrlay MrfW Hay sold twoho f foJJefl Thompson AJilburn Ct 51il LImo Hays is spensJjn the W Qk with his cousin Johnnie Bayn 6 VHI Elfs Was in Mopresvilie Su thy v r PJ Gull and Nancy JlPwdrein town S ruiday fand Mrs SamupL Lewis art TA aqdwis divorceion Pillsr01Constipation causing bad breath and l lTer Trouble the illtemper dis dS DicibaIshciiU 25c at Haydon Rbbeftson L9pLong Runpar As This is New Year I will try jBd jot a few itims baviz bMn abtent fors me time I hope the news wrijters w all i plaiVahis not been as atteptive as we ou mughtwrite a few lines if it ha ever so Sl1ortI would like to hear from alll hi the correspondents onoe korex 1t1r George Gocanougher ho ugh from George Burns 14oftleid Ofshefp for100rMr George Russell is able to put again after several days HIl s6 with lagrip MrGolie ITer wife and sc 8ffatberMrBarvey Mr B LArnoJdand wire visited their Aunt Mrs Elizabeth Cocaoougher Saturday pitMrsVIinI tedher daugh er Mrs R T btSunday aMissiiaughtef Katie spent Sunday rWit agthtcagwnFor h 1thanCb nygen e iasyV pleasant Ititle liver lls the bast wade Sold at the Red Cross MackvUle J gibikrEddeCi retywith Mr Frank Andersorip ifr JohnUoel andMiss Alice Bsbywere marriedi last Wdnes di Y evening by RevYiticeY wQMrhouse and lot of Mr John Hay don Price S15QO IMr Charlie Cmdeuhapri ed out two hundred and forty hogsheads of tobacco this Ml purchasecltheRobert B ttom Mr Rottom has cfpvedpr viloyr thwt ci senthyfor different p1rtiesI ShMtase a two yen old horse Pric co2OMr arid Mvs L e Rilpy rs turned home last week from a if sit Jndianap lis mimiMr John Peters sold two sir all tr ofactsat 70 and 90 per acre MrTE Harrnn our hujif J ling merchant js moving his tockofgodsto Fenwick where he will continue 1n business iIEIS anytboming Mr Richard Ishara and 0- loyd ide Cl will open up a dry goThestablishment March 1 iuthv building recently occupred by J E Harmon It soothes pain lts cooling and healing Good for cuts burns bruises J craUhes bat fcespecially rccom I aaended for piles DfwittV Carbo lized Witch Hazel Salve Sold bytheJJ orjMcInfire r i bebfi4b urg spent Siturday and Sun f d foayMr Jesse Cusickof Louis rille is the gues of his Uncle c d Cusiclr pf tbisplace 14ierA ticnnayUfsaFieldsMisstwzrhome of Mra TheresaBlandtord Sunday L wMrsvIt3 aped th the bedsld 0fl1er fatbl Mr Sun ODpie1 ast e1ewb is VeiiyuIl i MrJ O EosorsOld to WI JtJ tIJot ttisisBriice unknownmo irombt18a1WrI ii fat ertJ jt alIYioisll rdltQwlI r i IM Tpm Jphnstori bought of Orrico tt1ifa1lDnea Mlntpn J4QJ Mr ariiG p ar zc tiotohn CabJel1is farroerice pniVat9bo tJ HJ IIISream Vermifuge MUMXTEEITHE WORM j REMEDYIr t fWE CHUMENS FAVORITE TOWNIIMITATION QNIV BaliardSiiovf Liniment Cot TtOUla MO RED CROSS DRUG STORE = Mrj Georg Lear sold to r Pricelnotgiv8n l 4 and Wiltett Wnnhildren also Mls Be tie i QBce rvan spent a few days reJt WheatJpY1eMrs Watt Wheatley was c lIed sto the home of her father last Sunday on account of the criti Mrek Mulligan J Mr Willie Nally re urned to 5 Monday after spend the holidays with his grand Onts at this place Nri Fonza WhpHtlcy visited relatives here last week gTh sale of Mn 6ss Burke was wel attended and eyeryth ng contemlltes going t the city to make future hon e Weregretvery ch to lo se our estimable neighbor J Polly of the Circus Frederic Thompsons Polly the Circ n wih Edith rali t rrointlw title role will be the attraction alMacauleys Theatre LouisvilUv duripg the wtek of January 18 A1lthelufeofPoll layoung circus ridershas beeiii pent updprt erouJld top the circus car She knows no jworld not covered by canvass por did her mother When theI play begins the circus tents are ched ot the com cons adjoin gthe cliii th and parsonage bmail towr This causes scan in the bUrg and the pillars e church ather ut the parson e to pro es to the nlPI er ainst the sacrilege Pdl1L ig folduningthemeured thtjmotley crew of clowns riders acrobats and canVasmen ftck th i parsonaee where hey a wen received by the oung min ister much to the dis ut of the deacons of the church The minister agrees to car for the rl until heis well enough to turn fo the circus iand Ihe neesIe tharnsis jghtfrant 5nd begins instruc ting her He weds out nderful growth of circu slat d teaches her to readai yrjte and makes her so well 0041 teh ted with her new home that when she recovers she does nonreturn to her former sawdust worldmEleven months pass by and the minister and Polly come to love each other But the tongiillBo scandal is wagging in the lage a dthedeacons call upo11 e parson and demand that nd he the girl away He refuses but Polly decides to go away e does ana rejoins the ciircus month later the circus again mes to the town and when Polly a tempts to mount her horse she swoons and is caught fn the sheltering arms of the nister The final curtain falls as the circus wirds its way out the viIIge leaviogPoll and the minister gazing at the de parting caravan The circus scenes are true to life and a novelty such ajMr Thompson noted for 1 pAILHOAD STORIES a Man Who Raid the Conductor and the Name on the Ticket tn1ktJJthe road Frequently said this tniv elcr I journeyed to Cincinnati The fare from my C1tt to that place was then about 325 I saved something hy handing the tonductor 2 In catth Puc day there ivaa an cxcuraiont n rid bought a round trip ticket for lJ25L L50 Ive orgotten the exact utuquut but that clrcumstunce need t Uott thl wItre oil the return coupon he locked at wafand In a voice betraying how deeply wits hurt he remarked My you rig t canntltord JieisOn anothcv occasion when in Chi go a colored man met me at the en trance of the station asked me whereiii was going dr a meket 1 njollsi When tile coud ctorcame along to ewmy ticket he gsUeUnie inteIt was usual to wrIte oue s 1the1 JwasJ as he handed It back audnsk J me to lookb atft and shy if that was m name Julooked The namerOn the ticket was MaryJ Flaherty He grinned a nlnb thmwhntattkkutPittsburg Interference t fly herfIIiyway u are sure tp come to grief hntvJade you take to such a miserable sthess Prisoner The huslness la 3 enoufcht only between your wornland the police ft Ims lJeen ruined o heCreditorSaytnQnthngd EdItorYes butyou wrote dottIeL1tttntlon nth Eminent LaWYer aM Statesman Ecnator Philander Chase Knox of Pennsylvania whoIs glared for secre tary of state In the Taft cabinet has beeh a prominent figure In nAtIonal affairs for the past decade Before that he had won eminence at the bar his skill and learning hj corporatlbn Taw lnglJ1gboth wealth and fame I feel that I am to be congratuhitcffl in obtaining the services of Senator Knpr in my cabinet said Judge Taft In making tbe announcement In se lecUng a secretary of state I wanted 1itst1i great lawyer and second a man w1o would not only here but abroad stand out preeminently as a great American According lon story tEat is told An Dold llady at Brownsvllle Pa tile place where Mr Knox was born In 1853 thinks she laid for Knox the founds tion of liLa millions The elder KUOX a Kiicer but the sons allowance OLIwas never so large that be spurned an opportunity to addia dollar or Iwoj heflrst dollar a silver he even earned was by toes for the old lady CongreusmaLIIng the civil war and were not a familiar sight CongrC8SmnLn dlstript In which Brownsville1 Is situ ated says the bid lady told him thatt when Philander gotit lio looked at ft dumfounded and remarked I didnt t knqw anybody In the world had as tbnLJ Mcnys as attorne general byPreslftake the seat in the enate left vacar by the death of M S Quay He w elected to that seat in 1905 Lat r Senator Knox Was a candle r the presidential nominationt before e Republidan convention SeeQgefeI tlnrougli br 1iaiidstervlew hasnt her snld Mark Twain at inaroyalties dri tljcmselvcs so sacred too Listeut I I was once tr vellng on the conti at A gorgeou flunky showed me rqugli the royal palace ofntlny principality II asked if I could have andre lackey mes to a wall litdu hour you will her his royal highness bowling ljFormer Athlete May Head Harvard3th uJamesthentionedttoCharles W Eliot as president of Har vard university Is 4 member of an ston family nhdj in his fortyflf thciyear He was graduated from H vard lin 1885 ana ftomf the law schc ri itliree yearsvlntr After ten rears of W t t t 7AMK3 BTOBTIpW law practice Mr Storrow entered the banking firm of Lee HlKgiuson C 0 which partnership bits since main ta med While incollege Mr Stprrqw was enthusiastic athlete qud sports have no firmer supporter among thejilumht He was a member of the varsity crew that defeated Yale lnJ18S3 and In18Su as captainxof the eight tnat again mbled the New Haven oarsmen Mr Storrow was elected an over eer of Harvanl In 1807 receiving the largest vote glenn candidate for that office tor several years lie has been a meciidr r of the Boston s hool hoard 1111 now holdj hit ODlWIW11 11d = THE SLEEPIHG SICKNESS 4tht i MM MEANS DEATH a Hotv many readers hare bear4 of this trrlble disease It prevails in that faraway country Africa especially the Congo district It Is caused h7 UbUesas gin and finally the sufferer sleeps ntii death occurs i anContrast thInguilmynight tossing about nervous with cold feet hot head and mercy knows bobitething for relief How can we pie nt it Mr George Hayes ol tlon City Pa writes I had lost my appetite was all rundown CQuidj t sleep nights I had tried every of thing without relief Vinol was recfi It1lpddr ktwbfor every rundown nervous and erworked person who ctnnot ale iif tthe RED CROSS DRUG STORES I jI J Li r SPE p U i wAt t C h ii- 1 I I Again we are goingto giVe the people of f f IopportumtytoI f in telling the trade about the reduction we have made The rein IthisI advertJsement speak for thehlselves prices q ote i IIWOMENS CLOAKr+ JWomens Cloaks worth 200pf for 1300 WomensClaks worth 15 00 ipr 71000 I Womens Giloaks worth 12 5019r 850 Womens Cloaks worth 1000 for 6 50 Womens Cloaks wortn 8 OOf9r 5 00 I 11Misies and ChildrenCloaki proportionately lower II WALL LACE 4NJ WlMflnw QArio5I i IAxmln ster uarpets iiu worth 125 Carpets 95c worlh11v fTapestry Carpets 900 worth SI 10 1r Tapestry Carpets 85p worth 100 1 Tapestry Carpets 70c worth 90c f Bet 2 ply Ingrins7Oc worth SOc off Best C C Ingrains i50e worth 65c J Best Union Ingriins40 worth 50p r 4T These for January only llower than have ever l n made oi CUNN NGHAM DUNCAN FOLEYS r HONEY ANn TARt The original LAXATIVEL cough remedy I For coughs colds throat and Ian g icGoThe genuine FOLEYS HONEY and TAR is im LYellop JiPreparedFeley A Company Chloac SCALESitA Naturalist Compares These Ari rpals With the ReptileshP Toldt a Viennese naturalist says at foxes have scales as well as hull pon their skins From this he argues at tbey have descended prow auces 1rdlllos arid the ant eaters tine who has exanilned a r scnlyritamlJlur wIth wild boars know nlso that there are parts of their bodies pu which there are distinct scales Whe r ever the scales tare found on these creatures with hairs as well these hairs grow in tufts at regular Inter infalit whjcn have no scales It Is beUev d orlg111tfoniEipec1aIlls this trUe of the fox If betougroups of three hunches each bunch containing fourteen or fifteen hairs and that the skin has the appearance whlcJthpr the microscope it looks scaly Herr Toldt says the fox is one of the uianf mals flint can be most correctly comiv pared with the reptiles being of n primitive and very slightly specializedj type although famous for its cunning New fort World A TITLE AND A UNIFORM How Colonel Johnson Got the One and Bought the Other did get your uifiiuiryjiuw fthenplied the Houston editor Ttold him IImlgbt have to Avear a title but fd be banged If Id wears uniform One day I met the governor on the street and lio saw hello nil u Hello Charlie r replied HJM that the proper manner to ad ess your commanding officer he- 11d e stritigliiIile jiour The office Isnt worth 123 of gold lacQ I replied hotly About taco Mr cb coiunuiuded e governor and he marched me Into tailor shop fMaked send the bill to joe he said I couldnt stnnt frithati so I said give you to utiuerstand sir If Ive t to owounIformany man In Texas Thats how I came to beii a coKnel tIneiiitary In nt e south Exchange 1onyThe loom ss ig new money crisp sweet Bmell g bank notes that 1twul pleasant to bundle But why laIt George he asked ithat you insist upon new money al wars I know you band every cent it to your wifeJ loom boss chuckled easy tp see you aata married man win said he Otherwise youd ow womans nature better and admntlg0 vita Tlw explanation Is Wilt 9xlZ Room Size Rugs i 1215arid 2Oj Paper 4c S- c712c iiC 112 2C 15c prices andgoods I dEeryl rThe tnntwomen r moneyhatt makes them economical They bar gain for this they deny themselves that and theup hot is that atlbe end pfvcnch week they have a tidy little sum all brand new iitbyln a stock t givehet SOIp thingt like i0per ceiitPhiladelpiiIa Bulletin The r Orrfep of FoolsI jt IMembersp lclatlUIerei1fmeavlhe prototype of pur modern Order of Voresters j n1mmiinriylignin consisted of a inantle ujthu left shoulder ot which was embroidered jester or oplIn cop and bells yel lIJlsecheeryusetul happy outloqk upon life and met together to dispensetIe earnest of their Intcnn1sIheLondon Chronicle Ctydsa far back In j rectunyt alonghess with c south ern Europe Spnhvnnd Italy especially The earliesttclt these cards have been lost unfortunately and no rec9rd of tthem preserved l IIra kick comlugoh that lat bill of t Ioreild me IndependentIlas City nnAn Odd Cpiniidepce tjo you know that naturcandsqhol arsujp both agree on one thiug What Is that viiT the fall both bcgiif to Jurn the lp ayesB timore American nclf and Half v An elderiy feiHii stcrsat nearinfnt the table dhdte one nftcrnocu in Yjcnlce snld q rcturaii traveler Turning to her niece I Iirard her w In Ven3itt lastf Ahf my dnat- hiilf the dream of my yOuth Isirnw- fuinilwl wrWhy onfy half nuntle thPjour girl asked 4i couniwl on KuInjl6Vdjila ilghed the jjplhstcr iiiy diU- njourney1 x 4 in WisfLine Site marrje iotorapher v Is he a good uinii7 Ho has some negative virtues I Does the BabyThriver 1 If not something must be wrong with its food If the mothers milk doesnt nourish jit she needs ScottsEmulsion It supplies the elements of fat required for the baby if baby itsartificialfood SCOTTS EMULSION Ha1fa teaspoonful three or four times a day in its bottle will the desired effect It seems to have a magical effect upon babies and children A fiftycent bottle wilt prove the truth of our statements g Seed tik aiveitfacMent t together with J of In which it appears your address and 1 four cenUt to coverrcslace and send VSC01f l rt i MENS7BOYS ND C IL Ul tQV Jt cT 75OStjts2O 185pi1 I 2UTIlfsOO Suits JOOO 12 50 Suits 9O 10 00 S isi507 50 Suits 5O Wall Curtains worth 125 t100 worth Curtains worth 250 worth 3O foot Linen Shads JKJc Linen 25c J I 2 I eitr for Bath Rooms Small Rooms v I rsy I 150 eacHjlm eluding ffire GRATES fiRE BRIGK l Keep your oat the fire by using I I RE 1i f CK ercoita OJ f 0 11rJ20OnOv erc 12S J 0 1 K 1500 Overcoats lOOiJ it 4 r f4125OOvercot 9 + lDQlJ Overcoat 700 I Y 7 QYercpaU 5 l CARpETSJ PAPER CURTA1iJS J 1 Lace 75c Lace Curtains 1 25c + Lace 1 50 250tLace Curtains 2 OOVortb 3 00 f t f Lace CurtaiLs 7 Opaque i+ 6 fppt Opaque Shad Ii eIsImilar are ate b I I Where uniform theI have riiitiiiiSS+ 1uif1f1 f1j a From 5Qto31J PerfefioOi1 I o Foot- fnrbuggies Warm 12 bri k ETC children of SCREENS 25 00 its 50 00 1 4II Sausage GriifidersSausage e Su J lard Drersers i11 I 4 ii All kindsbf Builders Hardware Plum i bing rot Water Steam Heating etc I LSIITLZItD E I I t Where the Door Opens Constantly You can quieJaV fceal WWseaT th flraJtIWW atjwmalkr whit it w eWM riarc dUv only kne rlws A real 0it yW cm Jurat ine a S f PERFECnON MBeaier vyciy 2lcLzvithuIcne aeerour TrA lMIIII0c ou pluesn mu Lust othti liintenset heatthais Laaui J 111 1t 11 inn suit apar11enb1ac i1e brass eet Iw 4jaar WQ Iril jr lo = It ia3iiMII =cirriJ uv i jjn to rooni i veryeMsr w- aryT1RybLrnp 1tt jiIitiei rw ttar study iy Made Waasriiickel pla W Uteri froved draft Ev wzrraiUjourantfayo Lampwrik t iwarat ayy rN J OiL1iO A Y V S The News Leader iWi LouisL h ilyferad Qrie year 275t r 7 I F v i i DR GUflWT OBNT DIITT p TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT AAii 4lsIm Up Mis PNQPIL ft rWrkStrfctfy i rr i ri L7Urnwy iE f 0 ift Z 2 Vpit Otto ba 8 ioI1DiJ ll1t ti9 1oyr 1 a Dtiig- toriir tamptiii t 1 tMIK- ril fIi a4IIs- I ft MSuSC4N a WPFGRIGSBY tr i l A At LAW 0 vrPIVE r iPs1W- Ifr y r WMYATTv ri1 OlIo ofjr Bed OrtMM Drai- Qfltefr Mrs fiyatt 100 i11011 II 4 to5 pr J ttNI Y11 MAYCS pUt MECiOft jC UCEIEBEY8ALMERtfWtT I z fMY IiISIT 74 KI- i rr = i i t PrdeoIWashinjtn- l1 h OB Choice t t Muiscturcd by t bj JhnJct Co t iWe py bilbet Market kM Ir1J f i l Lbe Beet FLOUR k jQvr grootrfor t I ir sscscwusIa e II flur sd bwJi- I Tab IIIIIh mb i lIIIutlt Mthe I8K ojW4 tnt t taM Tkm at f 4 IDswsCstOniy25CMsVt J w IIIIIAKfttLLMII1Ii if N 4i ydoa Se Robertson 4 1UIOILAWIFEICE VMkJ I1awtIfttH 7aM tar4 w muc fMtctag for Mwi v t Wc f fftr VV i UNION FENCE CaVD Clh a City Ms 1 1VS1 hT 4 D RobFtl1U CcH HcNng Sfcin Diseases A rMdfly citfed by Ztmo Aliqur t ihr w iriitiuik ZO gives ins tan s p latirfWii pn p m ndy cures any fofn r dJsmg3ksarScs1pscaic A VxIs foe sanrpe E 1r koicMsCa5StLuisMoI 1J1BidopPobuitceom r f I i F FURSIT A GIsIj 1f tl IIIIItf Syp u L4 L1- IItiL WE iS1SUS tIL LItLLML rrsflsrbs ecot 0 I cots sr PPe dAve0ing I J = JI yIoosjwmeldafiie v1 1 1III I TOWN Hfia1The FrMhoct and Latest J 11 lAtyrnar VFJV 11 TI 111 i111I j M IdJ3OOVsBrdow sdMr Xarkr Ffflatra of Fr d VickwnFa MrFitttra atFredrkskitbwn WfMiuaaY at 10 ocl jck The Kiarriage of Miss Bessie1 344 Jo Mr Felix Tvlor was oelebratod at Frederjckstown yMterclar at 10 oclock Rev Father Pie ters ft cia1VIngI Mr Nalj wife r WillI iwmNallr living in the vicinity of GasburiTi this county died lat week iSbe was abJut 85 years of age and leaves besides her hnsbaad a little daughter about six years of agewJudge IH Thurman hasp aaovea his family from the hoaeo on Bafison Avenue to one on Covingtoh recently vacatea by MrW Mo an and fmily M- rvllim Sbehan too fd Iinto the bottst vacated by Judge Thur uoan wbich he sold to Mr She ban Mr Leonard Baker has moved from Covington Avenue to the farm on the Bardstown road op nosWe Briar Town boughttbhas erected pretty and comfort able residence a good stock barn and outbuildings near the road making a yery attractive new bpme By a special arrngementwe- are enabled to make our readers a special bargain subscription of fer Prom now until January 30th we will send the NewsLead er the Daily Louisville rTbrald nd the Southern Agriculturist nil for one ye rror only 275 expirpbftJan Leader office or send in check by mail and ret iq on this bargain An old tcan who was unable to tell whence he came and who gave his name as James Fes Was declared a lunatic by a jjury iin county court last Week Se was taKen to the asylum by in attendant who came for that purpose JVf Wednesday The same attendant brought back to be put into the Sbunty poor house William Clifton wbe was sent up about fourleen yearS ago By an act of the Legisla tore each county is now required to kecareof its harmless lunaticsV r osT PACKAGE Taken by mistake from Robertson Clay brooke Co7s store on Friday or Saturday a blue serge waist trimmed in black statin buttons Wlonging to Hiss Nellie McGiL Finder please leave at Robert sonClay brooke Cos store or return toIMrs STEVE McGiLL Miss Hattie James and Mr Howard Mudd two popular young people cf the county were married yesterday afternoon at St Rose The bride is a daughf erQf Mr Joseph James thE veil known farmer living neal 3pringfieldV and has many frends Mr Mudd isa son ofI plarehdfie is a worthy youngman and a firmer by occupation The TewsLeader extends congratu lations Uncle John Edelen a respect ible old colored citizen of the town died at his home below own on last Monday morning off paralysis He was about 70 years of age and had been a resik dent ofthe county all of his life HewIS a veteran of the JiVil War and drew a pen Hn n aving served through the War in the IpethKy Infantry under Col Qbase Uncle John enlisted and served in the army under tht nams of John H Smith and drew his pension in that name He odthppiOspect of all He was President jot the Washington County Col ored Fair Co which position he had held for a number of years Vhs sales of tobacco on the t oo lsf market at the Wash Jio ckHi County Tobacco Warp hplsrCo were well attended 01 VSSjV iSaUirday and prices were food the average being a littlef tjMT9 that of some of the pre yxHMtsalMi Innil 70000 pound W4S old ami the average tot VeV wbfift was 1798 J per hut 4rdsV Tke following fcwr the highest crops sold WvP GrJf by 630 1bt at laic Jr FIGS I Jo i MtIMMMM MM at I9fcj 410 at 22ic 800 at 12i 15t1i9c rS fi GoodIet38O Ibc at 16fc 600 191c 295 at 19i9655at 2c 730 at 20c 915atl8c 12 Total sale 70OvOVr average I788V InvestI Your Mpney intILife Inurance Stock Why stand back arid let your enterprising neighbor reap a for tune on the best paying stock e j Iublicern National Life Insurance Stock in small blocks to suit thEo orking mans purse ram sell iing Insurauce and btockon easy t sloMceandplain our contrast to you This prc OIitionwiJlbe openfor few days onlyi E4T WIGGINTON District Manager The Lecture Course lArrangementspleted for a course of lectures to b given in the Springfield flap t tstThe Ilectures will be given by speci ilists in the various depart ndWllt1bebotliinstructiveiTnere i charge and any one is most cor dially invited to aitendDThe first lecture in this course WednesdayIjfessor of VMiIIIIn the fSouthern Baptist Theological SeminaryHis topic will be The Biblical Basis of Missions Encouraging JJear Editor Please publish in this issueot your paper the foll j llowing reportsWe areglad to say that Our Sunday School is still fncreasng iin interest attendance and en t Vtbusiasmtoday Jan 10 Besides this oodly number at church about 50 wrestudying their Ilessonaat ihome under the supei vision of the Home Department We also havp quite a number enrolled in the cradle ro1IVThis is certainly ercouraging for one year ago today we only bad 50 ia attendance Nut only r has the attendance increased but the interest has also in cresedfa VrMember of the M ckville Baptist Sunday School Simms Kelly Miss Anna J Simms and Mr Richard Kelley were marrii d at St Dotni ics church at 4 bclick on Tuesday aftrnoon Key P F Hennessy officiating The Church was well filled with friends of the young people who ifatbdredto witness the beautiful ceremony The bride was tired in a grey satin princess gown and picture hat with black plumes lhe attendants were Messrs Hood Cunningham Frank Peters Lpuis Kelley and Leo flaydon The music rend ered preceding and during the ceremony was highly pi asingI the solo Avrieassung b fMiss Mary Hay don being es pecially good f fJ V The bridal party and a few in timate friends were entertained at 6 oclock dinner by Mrs Lula Kelly mother of the groom The color scheme was pink and white toe table decorations carrying out the scheme prettily the ices also being in pink and white The dinner guests were Mi r 4ntt Mrs Richard Kelley Mr and Mrs John W Kelly and ushers Messrs Lei Haydon Frank Peters Hood Cunningham and iJLouis Rplley Mr bhaker ldMrsWillSpJdlqK Mary Haydon Mary Lee Simros Cecelia Smith and Julia Parrot Hiws This We offer 100 Reward dforany paae of Catarrh that cannot btf cured Iby HaUl Catarrh Gore F J CHENEY CO Toledo o- We the undersigned have known F 1c1believebusiness transactions and financiallY able to carry out any obligations made by hrs firm WALPiNG KlNNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo Q Halts Catarrh Cuiit 4Is taken Interi nally acting directly upon the blood a ucoits surfaces of thrsystem Testimonials seotfree I rice75c pier bottle Sold by11 Druggists Take Halls F milyPill for const patios ptjrMHes AhtlPaln PIHa r Ueve pain i r a k 1tra1 charreslwhen 1 AL l WORK i hone in this officeIs firstclasslin every respecb and vertised W YISTALLARD DID SwSpr1afluI KY 9N j Miss Katie Hertleid has re d from Louisyiile Mr James P Gregory went toI Middlesboro Tuesday to visit hisi aAugbter Mrs carlislE Clelland 1tMrsI J R Montgomery and M erscaUedto Lebanpn by the illness their fetner Mr Situ ODaniel FredIing towutbis weekDMr W H McCawfeyJs at the home of Mr George Medley with a severe attnck of lagrippet Miss Mary Lampton let Mon day for Hazard Perry county Misses Roney and Mr Win Xoney of Lebanon attended hp SjmmsKolly wedding Tuesaay Mr Charles B Milntire o day to join bis wife lu leftI county They will return home next weekoMr James P Moore basreI turned from Boyle cpuntyV Mr Rnd Mrs James AlIenot Bloomfield spent Sunday with r and Mrs w W RaysMisses Lillian and Katie Lan caster of Tacoma Washington are guests of Mrs Charles J Haydon i MK Prank Montgomery gone to Rome City IGd for the Denefit of his health Mr J RI irnjaadt Mr Leonard Mattipgly arid on of Lbaronattundid the SiaimsKelly wedding Tuesday Miss Plaget Simms has rr turned home from Louisville Miss Jeannette Pilpp of Lebanon is visiting Mrand Mrs OthoHatchett Miss Lillie Anderson who has been visiting relative here for several weks lei Tuesday to Louisville to wake a short visit before returning to her home at DanvilleVMr Smith Brlotr of Bards town who nasvb en visiting her sister Mrs J S uybrooke ned btne Tuesday accom panied by Mrs Claybrooke and babyVMr R H Mullican who has been dangerously ill at his home near tpwn is no better and his condition is considered pre cartonsSMr Bryant Miller who atten dedscbool at jliiberty Mo came homo for the holiday season and is low attending school here Mr Howard McElroy and Mr Hood Cunningham bav returned from French Lick Ind Dr J B RoBirds of Harrods uurg was here onfbusiDessMo day and Tuesday Miss Cecelia Smith of Lou iivilleaVenIed the Simmsi Kelly wedding Tuesday Mr and Mrs W K Robertson spent a few day in Cincinnati this week Mrs WS Gibbs of this place and nephew of Louisville are visiting relatives at Law renceburg Mr Harry Shuits returned1 home Tuesday from St Mary s Collegeon a count offil ness and is now confined to his room Mr Will Duncan reiurne1Iroi- e n Louisville Tuesday where l was under treatment He is slIghtly iimproved Miss Ada Arnold gf the Texas neighborhood has entered school here Mr and Mrs Oho Hatchet returned from their bridd TuesdaV evening tripI E N Hundley of was in town Tuesday on business rP T Kelrow of Louisville a former citizen of this county visited friends here last week Mr L H Edelen of Oakland Cal bas returned to that place after a visit to the familyl of his father Mr George Edelen MrG Lloyjd Haydon who has been coo tinM to his home for several weeks vf ith IlInes is able to be out againj Mrs TPO ryan who spent a week yisitibg relatives in Springfield anti other pcitit inl Illinois raturndhouie last Wed ne day Mtv John Y May was I- iLouisville SaturdayV Mr P G McElroy return dI afterradaughter who has scarlet il Mr ane Mrs Marvin feverS of Louisville are visiting Mr nd Mrs J W Bush Marvin isi ell known here having attend ed school here afterward enlistljing in the Navy and serving sev eral years Aftjar his discharge from the Navy be returned home and took a business course in the o1ttonCol1egeILo Itin1i as bookkeeper in the cityJ Recently he wedded a very at Itra ti ve young lady of Louisville paying his mother1andis MrslKate Williams of Maple Hill andi ther relatives in the county a visit j T iMichhce You feel as If yon had OHC face too many when you have Neuralgia t you Save the face you may need it but Ret rid of the Neuralgia bapplying Ballards Snow Liniment F nest thinp iu the world for rheuma ism neuralgia burns ruts scalds lame back andall pains Sold at tbV Red Cross drug store WOODCRAFT Methods ef Canadian IndiansIn Trap wstng Forests A Canadian Indian states a contem yorary never loses his way in the woods beIng always able to find blw road over a route once followed by him and also to penetrate forests that he has never seen if only another In dian shows him the general curSetn a rough draft on a piece of bark Indians display marked ability Inf communicating with one another in the woods They telegraph by means moke f and it is astonishing hoW far off they can scent itnhv ysalons time before they can see it or could hear a sound from its vicinity If they expect to be followed by another party they stick a piece of wood in the ground on a portage slanting it in the direction In which they are traveling Thosewho find it will know by the de gree of inclination whether they who planted It are traveling hurriedly or not It It be in summer a small bough or tothtkkee it Ms become withered those who find It will know when It was placed there If a hunter as very of ten happens ha Vst to make a detour or to remain behind his squaw In search of game she will occasionally indicate the route she has taken by sticks placed in the ground to which she has attached a small poi tion of her skirt THE GERMAN CENSOR H Was a Terror to the Dramatist a AgopThe way the censor worried the German dramatists of a century or so ago is strikingly Illustrated by a book on the censorship in Germany published by Dr Robert Helddl at Munich The German theater used to be terribly moral Xn 1705 the Viennese censor laid It down that an engaged couple ought not to quit the stage separately dbystood to be about to make immediate arrangements for their marriage Even in 1848 misalliances were prohibitedI oh the Viennese stage for as the cen sor sagely observed these misfortunes will occur in real life but they should not be allowed in the theater At Stuttgart the Ipblgenla In Tau ris of Goethe was nearly prohibited because the Greek dress allowed the actors relegstobe seen There was a long dispute over this point jut at last the censor permitted the ploy pn condition that the actors wore yel owtight a Few would have Imagined tboT the Viennese censor was so careful of the morals of the population a hundred years ago but Dr Helndl shows that not merely polUlcnl allusions were cen sored but that the strictest decorum of word and of thought was insisted upon Counting Postal Cards Of the many Interesting machines employed by tho government In Its dally work there may be mentioned those used for counting and tying postal cards into small bundles These machines are capable of counting 500 000 cards in ten hours and wrapping and tying tbfcm in packages of twen tyfive each fp this operation the paper Is pulled oft a drum by two long fingers which emerge from below and another finger dips in a vat of mu cilage and applies Itself to the wrap plug paper In precisely the right spot Other parts of the machine twine the paper round the pack of cards and then a tiuthb iwesses over the spot whereon the mucilage has been ap plied whereupon the package is thrown onti carrying bIt ready for delivery Minneapolis Journal Then H Subsided 11 have made it a rule through life be said at the table the other day to a man at hIs Ieftnever to meddle with another mans business Thats rightperfectly right wa athe replyVBut I see you have a noW confiden tfel clerk Yes HlryesM Hos n hard looking case T have seen him Intoxicated n dozen timest and woudnt trust him out of my sight with sixpence Took him out of charity eb7 Wellnot altogether you know He happens to be my eldest sonLoi i don Mall A Look Ahtmd Simon had just paid a long delayed bill at the grocers partly In response to many urgings and partly because he happened ro have the requisite ready money The grocer an old friend in spite of his persistence fn dunning thanked him heartily r Qood for you Simon he said gra ClonI You deserve crcdjt tot pay log nj this way If Know It replied glajon and I wish youd give It io me sooa r another tlmeYouths Companion IPnIJ1IaChe1eu1IJIaclat1C4e ca lirOUTTHESTSG IJrAUDeer Take In englands Oldest Deer Park VVHOUNDED UNTIL HE GASPS j The Game Animal Is McrcllsMly Driven Hither and Yon Through Lakerand Wed Until He Falls Ex hausted Theugh Undaunted Parts of certolu great parks in Eng lland such as Bridge park the oldtt keptitstate while near to the castle Is the parkIestate in England with one exceptlofly stilljcarrledpart of the royal chase It still retains Itbe wild beauty it then bad although e are more than seventy miles of llovely drives In it not counting thosef of the home park Deer taking Is entirely different from deer hunting The object is to take- the animals alive so that they may be ransferred to the home pork to be fat tened and eventually turned Into yen son The sport Is by no means as tame as it Rounds A seven to nine year old red deer is an awkward customer to tackle He is powerful agile and well armed with antlers and hoofs When there is to be a deer taking at Eridge park the meet is planned fpr 11 oclock at the park keepers house The underkeepers with freRh hounds are scattered through the park to head o tle wayTheparkkecperwltbingl mounted and on foot set off to Ind a deer which looks ready format tenlng purposes Having selected one- sIt the work of the keeper to get him separated from the rest and then to slip his hound and set after him as hard as we can gallop The pace of course is lemendous and as rabbit lidles abound the risk of a fall is even hettjng or rather a trifle of odds on the certainty of our taking a toss As our deer bounds ftway with his wrtnderfully easy elastic movements be makes for the wildest part of the pursuersInwith hidden keepers and fresh hounds till with the instinct of his species be turns to what be thinks is his sane tulJrJthe lakes With open mouth vid tongue outbanginghe plunges q d fifteen feet Into the water and Gasptnrpursnersnutlis after him What can hedoBt is too pumped with his already hard burst to face the hill before bunV He turns around and tears dotthrough the bracken with a bound ot each side of him ready to pull him down if they gets but half a chance It Isa dlngdong raq under trees through bogs and bracken up and dQwn dolUraud bleaks smashing bead long through everythIng anything to reach the shelter of the friendly wntcr once again1 With a mighty momenttbtrokeepers and hounds yet some way off are making for the poor beast which jis lin the middle of the lake Away he swims wltli graceful movement of his noble head glancing all around at his pursuers but with his mind fixed on his line of retreat He reaches the shore and with dripping sides be is out upon the bank Again he makes an effort to bam and leave Behind those clinging hounds that would bear him down And now two great hounds are stretching them selves wit to their utmost pace Side by side they race after their tiring quarry In another minute they wIn have him The stag however man aggs to make a spurt though he isf now stiffening rapidly and just reaches Jome park palings surrounding the big lake Inj an Instant be has turned on hIS pursuers and with head down and up raised fore leg be is prepared to fight to the death A hound rushes in but In a twinklIng he is on his back hurled away like a piece of wood This checks the other hSund which dos and buys around the stag Seeing that things are now getting a bit too Worm for him tie stag sudden ly turns round and smashing the pal ings like thatch wood finds himself again lu the icy water of the JIg lake Away and atfay be swima up this long stretch the water seeming to re vive him for he swims the eastern length threequarters pf a mile and then lands at the far end while we follow on the shore He swims till his feet touch the ground and stands fac- Ing usVAU we cando now Is to end the situation as speedily as possible A keeper deftly throws a roper with a loose knot over the stags antlers In a moment four burly keepers are haul Ing him out by the ropes It is nowa Intberop6rthe gate dividing the parks he Is brought anuUwilllng prisoner though undaunted This ends the deer taking Town and jDountry Never think that intellect Is noble than the heart that knowledge tlgrouter titan love Notso A thou iind times noA Prances Power Cobbe vparattJ Some men are fond of work tnt others are pot said Wllberf Take Dawson for Instance He is wedded to his workINot now said Hlckenlooper Hes been divorced DlvorcedJ What do you mean asked Wllber uiIe was bounced last Saturday said HIckonlooper LIpplncottsi 4ust Suited Him wMIss Pansy yo BUhtlnglyhas got well developed ahms ef yollpabdna- uasaylnPso Ah developed dem aiims workm ovau de AVnshtub MIstah Rufus uwumez1iss Pansy will yo be ma wlteDnverPo t The Entomologists lien rrresorto his aged coo- kYou1havemy service Regina As xireward for ybui1 fidelity I have determined 1o nanie the bug I recently discovere- dmfterryouFllegcnde flatterVaii v f Speak with ronteni tV o man Ivory one bath a tenderssi otr pIatatlon Burton rri 0001 Fai1 VTIO f 0 T Aenft H The great Clearance CIothiflgLadl8SUjtafldClOIkfl4ri all odds and ends of each PepJUtnr ntnow goingon at Ths Big StGr This sale will continue for r I 30 Days t I I tn order to clean p the differentslxck we are otfer hfiT some VrI 11f 1 olldelf111 BarpiW tf Special efforts will be mad to rfduc stock of Mens arid Boys Cloth ing and Ladies and Chirdrens CloaksI 1i This is a rare chance to buy Winter Goods i f i at very low prices and you willl projftt by taking advantage of jt t1 Robertson Clajbrooke k i III l J ki FaBUJer IGUr i 11 11- I 1- 2 Q THE t Sf I PANHANDLEOFTEXASTOISPCT T J 7f I TJIE BRAVO RANdf 5 IVNowead3yth becut up into iO ACB1B TSUOTS t r pride ranging from 950 kf1500pe r scre This is the cheapest priced atcllmt WfXodlhMrf W tthe Pan Hatidle rf TexasV lTrains leave Louisville OTW thi SOUTHlUOf MJM WAY Jnn r119b1909 at 1O Opu I t Make reservations now write for part3e4srsbo c S H ANDERSON Jr Iai4ON Af x fj VIJ tV = if = IIBuy Good ConfctUons i f That I UM y lUl to WMvi f vJ r III 4MI fr VVsfusn tqt JFroits CandiesI iud Cake i FFresh BreadBis4 Duly r r I1F t 1 AtN1i jt t r J H i cfrbkscca CWa Jfc VWe srve Mali iII j 4t4VVVV1 good old home rtyl Oysters always fr1s1V IkrtIewicjtfH FIRST NIGHTS Th Way They AtrHMtfh1M FMWMM French FtaywriflMc The first might with afttkon kf Titw ed with different feellafi Xkta fc fcmr It affected some faaMHW ckpiqwrlghta Sardoug Beryoinmeif tps well known Daaaa tts wW M r r able to preserve his MBcfrtW JLt soon as the cvtala r wt DvaiM psr would betake kliMelfI te naMa vnuk and dine froaija muny M Ut new piece kadract Hta iii reforte4 on the siicccM oK the pict At tfcf first representatSoa of Totmahit L Tcrrure LamaWla iowlAf Jptt Wfrtc JM tedious tJaatH want a f5 1Uti read the papers lIwi WW k pro duced Resources ik QvMoteH i Mrt the day in MlllH tickHtlat a 55 higher thanatkeVbOX c5V ed a fine return Paul deCock Mate4 Ia UM MCP tea wtf il pMi4VatV bill pieceVaadsW awk a thst his nigbsl alizMir DOar gM rwMUMel M Alxanr oUat went WIiS k 3saas uc wan p- TbSV jlt11 tieIMr M4 4V eIIetr when ib utborpPSts l Hte are Vtj 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Wamtra x Ll N l WJsfpiit sd t h ifWcfc dsmrlft D J ey WMMT citIiau gLYsa b7 rttff HI the Nec =i SWllJ Ntarr1m bt CBtwmvd L YQVOMJU wa dii panwsal irieMl oC J4r Warner N tt M iri oi im dId tbs Nr i dky pp Mr WSsrfte a aorti i i aI kP1CItJOt Of br TIM40- tJeftak tfroa 10 a aa vatl MU psM 1 hptSIItf 2 f wicS vbst tntsirtIos ntH 4 ecl fck iMI isrb tht 4Hi Jia4 1t work Dote Mr et r ots 0 afti istsaqfe ta fjIsTMtilogy jw dor owt tik r JIIIa wQr whit eveif fa lift djr of para rapkjRc ke aeewei tc ulIsIrt W4 40Lred to e1 I ipMM tUx 4d tW ekwc tcrMcw Hit l Wttt u arkhi of tW last proof rpp to pre the trot ajMtts k 4 bun broh list ewnMciac rtosa for an d K 1at tlM I e t objct i tdltttlmg tIM J W es lii the iasi mPit flat wlftrt be 8oIDlWtaa Ibe wai too aoe YOWulow a Woei tI t Wthe Nii s4gter tb deiay a dfttwIt uatT wupsu4 eMwatai r Jr a boar At laat tboazh pvbllca 40I yid a11rwour th l i Jr vr tha WI tJti T 1It4 i II- K iT8tc A prowtoc t maR mieKpectedly 4wI yjsl to an futertaluraeat found bin JS tf called on toe toaate among other r JaV rai unprapafMi bat being a quit 1 4eatos aid aaMI ull strtt t ttIie toeslire 8 b1Iiaii J Jt1 JJJ t4 MoviJ t 4 Thuftfuh 1biikfslasss aaM Uacle Eben rbutthe oMpn sells pas to r iMle AQflW of de good ad 0aaaii 4M WMM fe ebeck fmM el 1111p r j mJ+ fr I 4 NUALGIA atksdbr II MthPM1 PlIsistpNsFis k s Oliei L I s Dr l I iters fOR ITARMCRS i ThJrarmW41sL- boi IIiiOW fit w1terioak1 1Je e Wtepf7 1l bthe iopply it Awi for another year says Amen OWtivitor It Is aawch better ttf 40 thlere the snow becosaea I- tttIf The4rinorCaod ctikukted as to whatt ouid be taken out for woottjj 4J 4As these prodiKte are bC IpIIhoull1NhfMt care of the wood lot and select fi 1St Jfce troo for wood aN4 timber that 1oMSBMiklMi right along 1Ie l errjl of dry weather much timber vr 1iIIei by the forest fires that pfe vailed ialao many places causing dis aster and lose Of course on such trxtcts the burned and ruined trees wlUlM1t tP removed and used to i bestldtaBfaiffrpossIble The value 3tt tbc w qQsb1d ever be in mind and Its futare Usefulness insured f Ffultry In Winter Weep the scratching BUeds or the otto pj iltry houses well bedded M the fowfe need exertUe to Warm HP their bodiesthese cold frosty s ondn s tdlfe affr Mfh tfe4gt u fow1S can Tbe Inducd to cx rdsfs before they get their regular breakfast yh4repnftpbytirlti M tr cortfrneal fluid pent scraps tt which add its bulk In cooked cut do ver hay and 5 per cent of linseed meat ifjx ibe ground grain with the test ma4e by cooking the clover At wxa give some cut up vegetables aod twice a week give some cut grew befce T grain fppdjat night should bonn q tal pare each of wheat and corn Cracked corn is preferrdFarui Jour aL C ttens ed Meal For Cow Osttoaseedimea one of the more Ifiaportant nitrogenous concentrates j lsitl1jt for long periods to dairy cows It will ire the health of the anlinals tad Gnrolfnneie toot with dairy cows to show the fallacy o this theory and that when free of ute hulls there were np Injurl i jiai Mreei Corn suafe and cotton M d jswjil were feI to ten cows and tkei Mlt8 obtained were entirely sat aiiMtaty Tky showed that cotton seed aaeall wheji fed in conjdnctlon iwltH goiiagemay b led to the ex test ef trioai five to sIx pounds perxjow 4allr w1tOt affecting the health of the amlmsL Instead the cows kept In amexceptlonally god state of healtlt The yield qf Gutter fat rag increased ai wM jtso4ket milk flow Drovers 1 New Ctw Feadinj Tests All Experiment in feeding cow wJtkck ItI 4belleved will be watched wHa kee interest by the dairymen cf tbevstate has jjust been started with the college herd 4t the Connecticut Africalhira college The test wilt run for am indefinite period and will Son pfcst eirTeedlng two separate radons to two different groups of cows One gnmp will be fed a very narrow and the other a very wide ration the o 4come of this expenmcntwill deter i 4e wh ether nigh or low feeding has any effect bn the vigor fertility or pro dsction ofihcjdalry cow It is hoped to have these experiments carried on for at Let twenty years AmerictiTi Cmltivator Water For Dairy Cows f jS emffilsotojer Aikof all jrilK consisjts of water 1lDample sup ply te indispensable the herd The more a OW can pe encouraged to drink the better To cut doWn the aunt means shrinkage For this treason i well 1e1ra thand one which wJll c3th4ter r7ght to the stalls l tSable gofli1rtyshe will make her way to a distant creekv or spring to drink Nor Is it watertkltlswrorjjd that where the chjll is removed bter Is consumed consequently wcke milk results National Stockman f t Welfh the Milk Two people lathe cow test assocla lions tfere planning to trade cows bil knowing what each cow was do inip l1cmnh stortinfe the trade called it off because ne fcundhl cow the better of the twoCnn youafford not fe Weigh your milk It takes only n f w seconds pr cow adding up only laboft five minutes per milking time aDd 1he TBatisfactlon of knowing what the are doing Is worth much Vo naturally suppose when cows are putt spi infathe fall that they shrink but IIt l lotalway8 hs thescale and test Wl1J how ypu Professor Percy CamiV 1ime1Jnl liltt The Cheapest P6teih Carrier Ttisn6longeis ljtfcstion 1stowhether It pays to fctd a halanclTd rn tiotf Thepractlce has become aOpren crib that we have reeri yheatlnln advancetfrom 12 to 23 por ton Th- mquestionthat Is row wcrryins the in telligent feeder In what form can 1 bay protein the cheapest 3I believe this question will be answered tun few years by the grcwlnc of rtlfalCn Farmers will conclude tint they tnn afford toitlle drain inanure and lime apiece of land thorc rrh In rrder t getfprptehi more cheaply =W p Ziun In National Stockman and Farmer r Savei by a Puncture 4am a swiftrunner said te man who was teilinga nake story and as I flgd down the mountain I outdis tanced the huge python that was so re Jenttwely pursuing me But these creatvref are cunning To twist Itself Into the shape otn cart wheel was the work of a moment and now the py Woe had gained Faster and faster It roUed down the steep Incline Then bang 1 The serpent had struck a sharp Jacd rock and punctured I was iiifeLondon Globe T onespeakftof himself tea ls to hear another ti T tt2Ntt macs J TJtJ ifli k announced that general C O fiitttaT Qwrter of ithi Terarkable 20G1IIMl I tL t arF Iijrt WtIr ot dtoriirest tafl4iaeaifon pfBl pe ton afthe Iniad df a iri ibreedhll estabH Jftme t that he Is ab i tto open In Lexingtont Ktr J INDIGESTOO ENDS I 2seryleI gtes15 Jftiwtes You can eat anything your stQraacifcrayeswithout fear of a case of indigestion or Dj spepsia or hat your food will ferjneqtor 8Jpr on your stoma h If you ill tcaon1l take a little Dr pep Ls after eating i t Your meals will taste good and any thng you eat will b6 di gested nothing can ferment 01 turn into acid or pofson or stow ach gas which causes Belchins Dizziness a foeii gof ullntss fter eating Nausea Indigestion iiUea lump of lead in stom ch Biliousness Heactban Watcr brash Pain iu stoma b and in esfines or other s mptoms Headaches from the stomach are absolutely unknown where this effective remedy is jised Diapepsm really dons nil the work of a healthystomaeJi It digests our meals whrn your stomac cant Each ttijiangule will di g Stall the f i d you can eat and lleave nothIn o fermeat orsour Get a Ipigp 50cent case of Papes Dip pepsin fr myour druggi t and start taking today and by ttrrowyouwill actually bra about your healthy s rong g omach for you then can eat rythnig and everything without the slightest discomfort or misery and everv particle of impurity and Gas that is in your stomach and intestines is going to be carried away without the use of XAtives or any Other assistance FOR THE CHILDREN Tne Black Cockatoo There 1 u wonderful cockatoo in one of thin islands of the Indian ocean near New uuinea It IS as large as a full grown pheasant and Is of a Jet black color The bird is remarkable for its immensely strong bill and the clever nnUiiici1n which it Is used The bill Is as hardtssteeland the upper parthas a deer notch Now the favuite food of this cock atoo is the canary nut but there Is wonderful Ingenuity required to get at Jt fOrthe nut is something like a Bra zil nut but it is ten times as hard In factv it requires the blow of a heavy hammer t6 crick it It is quite smooth and somewhat triangular in sHage Nature appears to have given the possession of the wonderful bill some Intelligence to direct its powers for the cockatoo takes one of the nuts edgewise In Its bm and by a carving motion of its sharp lower beak makes a small iigtch on it This done the bird takes hold of the nut with its claws and biting off a piece of leaf retains it in the deep notch oif the upper part of the bill Then the nut is seized between the upper and lower parts of the bill and is prevented from slipping by the peculiar texture of the leaf A sharp nip or two break off a tiny piece of the shell of thb nut The bird then seizes the nut in Its Claws and pokes the long sharp point of ItS bill Into the hole and picks out the ker nelhlt by bit His Reason Why Once upon a tnie a learned doctor had a foolish servant who always went with him to Visit the sick One day he was called to the bedside of oj very patient and after examining the man the doctor said that he had been eating oysters and that he must stQP or he would dle When they left the house the servant asked the doctor hoW he knew that the sick man had been eating oysteni Because said the learned man1 saw the empty shells under the bed Some time after this the doctor was very busy pad n call came for hlf Im mediate service in his stress he sent the servant to Visit the patient Uo heIcome ns as possible servant arrived and Wib had frequently heard his master do he asked numerous questions then as his eyes wandered about the room he said Sir you may diet for you have eaten a horse How dare you exclaimed the mans wife and In auger she drove the fool out t When the doctor called be was tqld that his services were no longer re quired awl the reason given vlle bur rind home and questioned the senant Why were you such a fool l he asked To which the servant replied I knew hehad eaten a horse because J saw tlfe harness under the bed Greyfriars Bobby An uiterestln monument has been erected near Grt frfars cemetery Ed inburgh ijy the late JBaroness Burdett Coutts In memory of a dogs devotion This dog folio wcdslts masters remains to the cemetery in 1858 from that day and night after night for thirteen onlylefthand for its dinner At the lire of the noliby1cftately after a hasty meal at the restau rant On Sundays he dined from scraps laid in a certain place by him on Fridays and Saturdays He died In 1872 The facts are well i promidogs1 lifetime x LampGet and Into it put a piece of phosphorus 1nbouttliesiza fa pea Then pour in Ii until onethird full sonic pure olive oil I heated ti the boiling point and cork the vial anytime undjtheing JMasiiiji hough to1 enable you ta see j Whmeiitheiihtjpiftand then replace It as before In cold weather it may be necessary to tott oUChlcpgoNews Trbe SPORTINGWORLDJshrmriy Deports are now In circulation iatJohnny Evers the Chicago Katlooala tar second baseinan has played astJl game with the Cubs In a letter received by a Chicago friend recently Evens declared pool tlively that he would jftt play With the worlds ehamplon next season and I JQHNNf KVEBS STAR SECONP SACJUIX CHICAGO NATIONALS that he would riot care if he never Saw another jbaseball To1 prove be Is go- ngI to quit Evers says It Is his Intention to ask Charles W Murphy for such a mighty stipend that the presi dent of the worlds champions will nut ask him to return Evers reason for giving llli the game Is that he has business prospects which will requlrehls attention and pay him better than staying in baseball ICy Young Says He Will Stick Downcast over the trade whereby Lou Crlger his old catcher goes to the St Louis Americans and Spencer tto InIchange Cy Young Bostons grand old man comes out In an interview rt cently regarding the deal x Cy said that be could hardly reaUi that Crlger was to leave and tlut Spencer would be his receiver nozt year I have pitched to Lou so long that he seems a part of me said he and I nm positive nb one will surer more from his departure from Boston than Ii Crlger Is one of the grandest catch ers that ever looked through a mask So confident ran iof his Judgment that I never shau my head when he sig nals what to serve up to a batter Young saU that the report that lie will refine Is without foundation and qayforI my good right arm goes back on me t The Boston club has treated me grand ly and I mean to give them the best I have IKamazooPI n Big Meets Is planning to give a great combination trotting and pacing meeting In 1009 similar to the one of 1003 and will endeavor to retain Its idates in both the grand and great western circuits It Is probable that the first week of August will be naked for in the two associations and If Kalamazoo is so far recognized there is racingjgiven in America Michigan horsemen generally recog nfce that the coming meeting of the great western will be one of the most important held by that organization in years and It is believed that a special effort will be made to offer such In ducements to racers of harness horses westwltbthelrthe grand circuit Georgetown May Drop Crew While no definite decision has bee- nached as to whether Georgetown will have a crew at Poughkecpslcj L next year there is every reason for believing that the Washington Institution will abandon this expensive lea tune of Its athletics The Georgetown athletic fund is Inn weakened comll tlon The football season failed to s show the usual profits and it was on this that Manager LaT Plante depended for the money necessary to have a mew next season Britt and Summers to Fight Again Timmy Britt of America Is to have another tryout In London to prove whether or not his recent victory over Johnny Summer was a fluke The men hindbeen rematchcd to battlo before the Rational Athletic club Feb l2 and a jwrse bf 800 or 4000 In American money tins been hung upll Englandtom Often The Kidneys ATe Weikened ly OterWork Unhealthy Xidneys Make Impure Blood It usedto be considered that only urinary and bladder troubleswereto bit tracet to the tuneyl L moetef2Jnearly all diseises Ihavein the disorder cf 1organsand purifY the bll that is their wor1 ec1 TherCforehen your kidneys are weal or out of order yoU cast understand hayr affectedltIt11howI you are or badly begb- taking the great kidney remedy DrIKilmers SwampRoot becattee as th will 1willtake by first doctoring your kdnes The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the gnat kidney remedy is soon realized It stands the highest for its wpaderfnlctt es of the mot distressing cases and is sold OIl its merits by all fCK druggistsJin fiftycent auC onedollar size bottles You may have a sample bottleoieeof5welntlt patIJphlctte1ingouhow bladder trouble Mention this ptvper ugIbut renieujber the name Swampot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the ad 3ress Binghamton Yott T 7bolUr For 0 W01118l1S EyeTt 1il L f iN GRADUATIS ou WRITE lOWADDRJSsBOWLING BUSINESS UNIVERSITV 11 K KKH X O 6 Y Q 8 8 TIiSfeP Mon Q + r 8 I S 8 3 3iRates apply to Local g Cnmbcrlana telephone 4 Telegraph Company 9 4 GOOOCOOOO 0 IFFABLE OF NIGERIA The Crafty Spider and tHe Way He Paid HI s Debts The following fablel of the spider is one of the folk tapes of northern Ni geria A spider it scei9s had occasion to borrow sum of pojiejr A Journey round to the generously disposed brought him 2000 cowries each from the cat the dog th hyena the leopard mind the lion When payday came toIrecertain prearranged order First came the cat to claim repayment of his loan hHusbsald the spider x hear noise outside It Is a dog come to see me Y Su must hide juicier this cain bash for safety The cat was scarce ly hidden when the dog coming in made a similar request for his money Says Master Spider There Is a cat under that calabash Take him and consider the debt paid No sooner snufflingind jTherived Dont be alarmed my dear dos but hide here till he has left And the spider bustled him under the smell a dog said the thatcaliabnsup and your debt is paid The dog paid the penalty of his simplicity and all was quit once more Tile hyena was preparing to leave when he heard an om non sound that sent him crouching drains the frail It was the pattering of the leopards feet the door Quick Under this calabash ppInfate from isis more counsgeous enemy My debt is repaid said the leopard and ran against the lion coming IUA terrible fight ensued for Use jeopard and the lion are equal In strength so the natives gay When blood nod dust- make havoc in theJIQus nuU both an imnja are exhausting their strength the pider Is busy at the fire Sclzhir Ia pot of boiling grease he pours over the clawing mass Leopard and lion roll apart in their death agony and the spider has only and clean up before resuming once more the of fly catching OIMalwnyo The Rjddler What Is the largest room In tbs word The room for Improvement Why Is the street car like the heart of a Because there is always 1Ithey are regular and lptec tIc Shy Is a man just Imprisoned like a eqUlfelCA Cube Defined At a village school examination says the Youths Companion the pupils were asked to define a cubeOn one of the papers the teacher f9und the followiijg diUuItloc uAcube i3 a fig ure that is a square wide and a square long and thesame on the top and bot torn also Bring the Brush Oh brIng the brUsh and bring the bomb For here is little Frowzlehead AAndAnd must not see a towzlchcad v wen brush brush brush well comb comb comb the linger twirl the hair And brush and comb and curl the hair Till gone Is little Frowzlehead And Curlylocka Is here Instead TEnIIe Poulson in Baby Plays The Basis Hetl wonder If w cnn pet along nil right We can buy the auto wlth the money father left me and you will surely make ejionsh to pay for running it dont you think Puck m KILLTHc COUCH MI THE kingsNSW IQR C2bsiNLu msoi I aditrqTozilozZZI7XfDEDI I aJ L 7 Womcns troubles often occIrrrecufai monC2U5CciiManydue to dls der of JIItIIk JUMwond i 1 Wine of eatduiMrs Leoia Forte of Toledo III writes 1I am vel pseced J with jfatf nwNs of iug tML rftaken three bottles and am now perfectly Weil fre froni pain and havgathd 25 inn ntl It WRI1E vSAL EmRWritetodaYfotafreeCO of valuable UtlnrJwe 64M ndmyw mntnim IW BMlcarWMM 1fjssaN La4Jesavlsory Dept The Chatuneotm M idM Ok nmiMuJTr i UI II IIfljAA VAu J7 LESSOIfS IKEEPDlGBY MAIL SE URIPOSITIONSc9iD f GREEN Boui 4 XXXX OiOOO OOOOOO TheSLfesfandOuickestWayto i j BY i- c g 8g8 Manager INCORPORATED 0 OOoOO0OoOOO 0000 a a cahtbnsh11 at totstraightcn bumirmIJte mother Irregular ran ShejCertalnly CURE LUNGS Aituiismouaus Aliays Keeps a Bottle in this Honse r About ten days before Christmas I got my hand hurt o badly hat I had to stop vfrk right in the busy time of the year says Mr Milton Wheeler 2100 Morris Ave Birmingham Ala At first I thought I wodld have to have my hand taken off but someone told me to get abottle ofSloans Lfni went and that would do the work The Liniment cured my hand and L gladly recommend it to everyone of1Sta sting doctorsprononnced blood po ibO ntng I u9 several appli t at ions of Soana Lintm nt and it j cured me all right Iwill always keep I a bottle of Sloans Liniment in my houseF IMr J i Efans of Mt Airv Ga Aifter being aftlicted forMbtee years with rheumatism 1 used RJoans Lfniment and was cured sound and well and Iglad to say Yhaventbeen troubled rith rheumatism since My leg was badly swollen trom my hip to mp knee Onehalf a bottle took the pain and we1llngout AUTOMATIC1 FOQTiyiLL Actions of One Players After a KJck In v the Head r Speaifn bf queer things in football said an old player I recall a gamer that was played at Annapolis sone years ago between Columbia nnd the Naval academy teams One of the then on the Columbia team quarterback and a very prominent phiyezof the year started the game In good condition but after part of the flint halt lie was kicked in the head in one scrim tnilge It took some tithe to get him around but he suddenly arose Dud gave n signal The two teojns lined up and play went fright on IffThis man went through the game and no one noticedl that anything was wrong with him When the game waS over and the Columbia teamwa3on trainJa brown study suddenly turned to the woutthea number of other questions that rondo it seem as if h6 luulnt been nnywnere JjThefurprlsedhndhead had hurt the man so that his mind Was affected Later they learned that ho wds unnblVio tell what hap pened from the tnMnetithe got the kick in the head until the tImeFhe re1 oijtheHlsjjulaying of qunrterbacjj andriils giving oif signals bad been ehUrelyvau tomatle or rather snbponsolous That cane was rcfcrrpti to fiviuantly In pst h tccnhe3 nt Columbia rOt may well Imagine Now York San liimtrck and Music Bismarcks utterances regarding mule are compiled In a boot iy Keujlcll Furst und Furstin BlsnTartk Erin nerungen aus den Jahren 184018721 Kendcll ono saw the nan of blood and iron shed tefftrs durliig a perform nnce of Beethoven Sonata Appasl6 nata His favorite cotpposcrs were Beethoven nnd Scjmbert The only thing he did not like In their works was the variations These he said do not speak to the ueart Concern- Ing the sonata Just referred to he re marked r Thls Is like the singing and sobbing of a whole human HfccjIf 1 heard thismuslc often I should iii ways be bravq r Ma Meant Wen Artyway A young woman ovenhivard au old negroes cull toa pleUaniuny Come back Exy Exyl Excuse me said the young ivomanr but Isnt that a queer name forrju baby aunty Dot aint her fUll iltltn6t explained the old woman with pride flats its de pet name 1 SafHfer lshort Dat chile got a mighty grand name Ser ma pIked It out In a medicine book Yessum de c lies tall name Js JJtze ma Ladles nom J6uroal = = 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