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A11 fTizio- L Jw 4 H j i rilI 7 3 h SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON fOUNTY KENTUCKY JJANUARY 21 1909 0 1 i 6ff J LflML r r t U PR 1 f TRUST PRACTICAL 0 DENT1STf ooe JI kaxber 1W ia Y- Tlrpr9 gnasd PRINGFIZLD 1 I 9vI4D ommty Mat etk I4itotiiIeotltt 39 iISS frouI BAdsts Ha i41s v iIl 1Kofj a1aj MM axfe ii rftl w 1sgrapk ud t14PSI II IU1PO- pktLOi 4 1rpos1aUo01 ttyuCJ tattTU IBairdMwX1 IIflIttiTw W C Mcckocd XttiacattLY itI 4ts S t B- G JarvIi Cttis1Ie JCT IJrttetjy- W adtccircoumr k tMet N tH f441rth r Mr LiPb Xay S octo f 1IT J1dS AtlUCwwMHw4L usD = tIp A Ckrk 1ItiL QVALTZY IX TJT tj ct1 t1MtWdt- 4aA tty a I r OUXTY OIJRT tjr 0irt ttL si tN fZtk 1i ittCUa1T Lit1 J ct7 cstyc1ki LMaiyiisCsu y At Rey f NSCtIPStt JaiI I 7 o1 f HckIaaiuibrtJ Ehsam DPbS M t 3ssZ M tC IttJCJOI If JttJto A i w 1utMlitDepltTj i rliT ti y lieri I lW Ler CSa j O ltjYcoURT J PeUee 1dCI11 1 QtssIKaraal lW r QcI t CLty AttI roaT1cUwr4 m JatJIMCcHu15 are lIc14 iTaTM 41y pdlDc1tHtOor- i tL rtIiDlr try inrnioDiT CHUKCH 1Ic Q 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pDWyoiiever1 cTioresV WitkMittemed Infers and muffled chiH Ad taJRpJour feet on the snowy Vorch roAdtfyOtldilB sure you remember well Tie IrsfwarM whiff ot the breakfast iMelU ZacoasIzt1g pyer the 1lre4B aa and brows bread piping hdt A dafrarra tWelcoiHC steaming1 up 1 FrOa tire big pug nose of the coffee II potj quOoed kurryyour feet like the break fast staell liKte to wash at tie wooden 1tot YptookyourJIturn withtheOther OO1J 11 Aad mother pottering around the t i stove Herface asmile at the merry noise Kaew that BO hua ry lad could o uell die spirits raised by the breakfast smelL Wouldnt 7o lUre to go backsome day 1 To the earold farm you used toknow 7tIghte iHoming1 chores at the barn Thpncomeup racing and stamp the a snow i A pAad catch a whiff of the breakfast saeU r From January FABM JOURNAL lJtJ t j 00DRO is no sC questiim of greater impoilfa a ccto the Amnrjcan people ad- orem ptrtlcularly to the inhabi f auantsoLthetEbequeationEy ry farmer who baa a crop k move and who lives any disI tance from a market or shipping point Kill appreciate the value of agdodroadj more especially 04 if he has lived at the far end of a badone for a time and has beentI forced to put up with the difficul ties to be encountered as a fault fOfmfp county is fairly well oT for turnw pike roads Tie county in fact owns more miles of turnpike thnE extt under the present available i funds Washington county hasfrj more turnpike roads than Boyle tforproperty of the latter county ex cpeedithatofera hundred thousand dollarsl j lhe system of expending the jujnitedj roads in Washington county hawbeen criticised by many as being unsatisfactory as will any system 1 prqduceresultsiW evolved anY system which would meet the requirements with the J present available funds What weQneed is more money and we ourowncountVJrur sentiment throughout the coun mtryeral government for country highways and numerous bills have been introduced looking tto rtat end none off which iuve however has yet received con sideration before Congress Jbisvalue of good roads and the say ing in dollars and cents to the Abater lean people is so obvi u and to leave no romf9r argutnent Thre are more than 2000000 ltl miles of road in the United States and less than 8 percent of the total is in thJ Class known as improved roads that iis treated with macadam gravel I and clay or other tnaterial A large percentage perhaps as much as 90 per cent of all the products ef the country jis hauled by wagon for a longer or shI tsr distancE Investigation bas shown that thf iverage haul over wagon roads is eight miles and the average cost is 25 cents aston mile It is asserted that good roads would reduce this cost to 19 cents a ton mile The saving on corn alone is eetiTiatedat 12700000 a year Che hope of action on the road j question appears Id lie incon aecUOB with the rurall free de livery service Tbere are some Aing like 900000 miles covtr dj oy tIbIae routes and a good roadj ts a piimeriquest for a rura iWiil route Some routes have 6 e abandoned because of the ilayasiabfiity of the roads Tht Supreme Court has clearly de glared the power of thej edera tvenantAto construct inter state highways and the Congress t is empowered by the Constitution Ul0 establish post offices and 1osting for the farmers campaign owerlofl state roads and to establish post Dadsroad is not sjjecifit d but it mayd be assumed that the farmer has the same right to demand the quick delivery which is possible onlyover a goodroadtbatiheu- sineescommunity0 has to de m siandftstent delivery by city carriers It may or may not be several years before this question comes afoius in Washington butthe matter is before tb country with strong backing In the rural dis tricti r t t t lOVuccESsFUL Springfieldsl jLy fl st experience with a lo leaf tobaccQ market was a seI ed success and the indications II are that the market will become permanent institution at this int The present season the Washington County Warehouse Company conducted six public1 safes at which 4about 750000 pounds of Burley were sold The tobacco averaged about I7 c andt elded in round numbers to the rmers 180000 Mn Abram Sidnor the manager and sales sictioneerobt Lunney are competent mjen and gave universal satisfaction aking many friends during Jtheifi stay in Springfield i Itt t IX NCipENTS The tobacco mar ket and the high prices pre vail ng have afforded some amus ing incidentsrand interesting ex riences Several local farmers tried their luck oil thbiakathat is known as pinhooking Which ia practiced onasomewhat tensive scale on th Ilarger to baccoJbreaksV A cinhpoker is one who buys a crop privately om a grower who haspuciL on tqematketand toen sells it tluction again Sometimes the- inhooker makes a nice profit on the deal and then agate he loses out lIe must be a good j d ef tobacco or he will get stung as one or two local plungers can testify Quite a number oi local farmers have made goodnione by buy in g up crops and pacicg them on the markeb t One man living a abort distance from towmmadea profit of 1800 on a small crop whichh bought from a neigh bors barn and put it into condi liion and sold it on th loose leafo market About the easiest oney which we have heard of being made was that of an 5nh dnstrious young farther who lasJIf year mpv4ed onto a farm recently vacated bya tobacco grower The former occupant of the place lleft banging in the tobacco barnj tobacco from a crop grown two year ago which he said was not worth fooLng with at the pri ces then prevailing He told his successor that he was welcome o take the tobacco if he thought- he could do anythhigfivith it Our young friend Stripped the tobacco out and put it in shape and when sold on tile market broqght him in the sup of 540 A pretty good pickup Brave fire LaMirs often receive severe biirps put lug out fires then use Bucklens Arnica Salve and forget them It soon drives out pin JFor Burns Scalds Wounds greatesthealerOld Sores Boils Ulcers Felons bpst Pile remade Relief is instant 25c at Haydon Bobertson Notice All persons having claims against Thos Votaw Admini strator of JParmelia Ruby will present same lome at my office ia Spricgfield properly proyeu on or before b1 lUL9Jo1 settlement M Go Leachman Mia w do It soothes pain it is cooling and halilg Qood forcuu burns bruises ILBd wcratclws bat esp clally recom i1cliiediOt piles BeVitt s Carbo iized Witch Hazel Salye Sold by the Bed Grow drag store Old War Relics Found Mr James olnmis n while plowing a trench Thursday of las week byithe side of tile pike Qi Big Jordn1itlInear jraefenbujjj dug up aVg ld t wach charmrabqu iiinches squar inside itwk buried abTDut Six or sleven tnchs below the surfaceeAfterJiBCleaned it he road up1 Ion its fadethe words J ff rsonii avls President of the Con fodei ate State of America A the I If anjionlyacy w rasuonlt Inasmuch Miv Jamson fs an old Unnfeder ate whet it came into his posses u on it touched the spot that isj Jyery dear and 0nder to tib Its dJ1ani men cerekiledl OLe a YOUI1gt stjvent en 7ear cjd rebel at the toll gate the other 8c Yankee on the op crflhe hill Tile Unioni soldier was lulled by a bullet and the Confederate boy died from a wound inflJct d bya piece of u 1shell his grave is just off th road on the Harrison ville iikeVl The date Qfqtnis occurrence jiisl 18fH 1j1 J jJ AHorribie 0iii j About tenyeafrs ago iny brother waa Held pu in hIli work health and4 happiness bywhat was belifeved to b c1J hopeless Cohsumption writes W RIj LipscombofWashiugton N C He oolc alt kinds of remediest and treat 1 m itSontno kelp till he used Dr Kings New- Psc9very atlawaswhofiy cured by x bottlesUeiiS a well man tody Its quick io rejk44and the surest i rihageRj i La grippe asthma and alt broacniai affections SOC anti SlOO trlall bottle free Guarahteed by Hnyti6hjJ Robertson iIiI Has School District f to Himself iJageiJl mdtjpeculiai under Aici public schivl system iin the Uni UdSWtas He is thinly a 11Io clirdor svhooi sge in tbot district neirliai tie Pa its Perry county WashiogtoV Jld has a tcaclIelnlrto himsel The ins rftdtoi isi L R Boney man fo intrlyof Spokane who took charge of thesch ol oariy elpelt which the parents of two of them moved putof the disrjcJ aking t their children wlththemlbe district iis reg uliirly organizedl witlrlchalrmau f iurer It also hus at pie rtnds to its credit add in addition to ihisj tthe state makes an appropria onI f seven cents hchool day in the year for each pi iptl rniisjthI highest appro cirjati m of liny kate in the unk n 1i l THE BEST YETI he Highest Prices of the I Sales are Realized 1 at the Closing Sale of I the LoseLeafJ Marke c The Closing sale of the looso Ieaf market at the Washington jjjCoun y Tobacco Warehouse co vaS about the most satisfactory one of the season Prices were good all tbe way through and sellers wer well pleased The j tb al aboutj1ff170000 pouTids ndlthe general avet rage was 19Ut 18centts fi1he buyers vere H M Mossj and AlisonGrayes reisreaetiting tthe American Tobacco Gcf Mrl Potter represent nthe Independent nianufacf tutersandrB P1La1 SLs 0900 lbs at paowotEUery lbs lO1 ii7 Ib t 1 17 r J R Reed crop at 18itto22cj 7ttoJ20cTfcfojdcrtf jSundy Crume qropat19l pjl c v t19JtoW w Sbewmaft r crop at 17 tp19fi L A Burns crop 17icfoil9iQ J Wm Bradshaw 230Jbs at 18c 90 Ibs at 17c Olements McDonald 6901 lhs at I9c 3254it 19cj 700 at 19ic 535 at19L 710at 17c 525at17c J70 at HHct1030tt 1Sc It requires a proper combination o digestive5tiicehat iswhav KoJl Isa pferfect QUldiittle wh Ie you Uno lqoger hate iidJgti1- ndigtkn V o fh tcifr nf6a 8 low could ydu have ln digestion if your food were to digest Kodol digests all you eat It is pleaa int to take acts promptly Sold by the Tied Cross drug store r Hillsboro We are sorry to report ftjrs Htberine Clark n better at this writing V Mr JAtCoulterJ Iiaslosttwof- lue sheep with a disease un krovn r Mr J C Settles has rented his farm to Mr Lee Settles Mr Henry Reed of this place has a fie mare with eyes in bicd ccnditon and she jis being oJyourlIrJ M Shields is able to be out again after having lagrip Messrs Charle and Gland iiKays of Moorusville spent 1 Lojsvj11oDai1y g Price 300 a 4QOf The tietosLeadeiv 100 Safirrday niffht and Sunday with thVir brother Mr Solomon Kay a of thisplace Mr J A Coulter is readv to commence his new building but iield back on account of bad weather RpedpurcLasedfine a Colyin of near Willisburg Price 140 1essSViP Mrri6 and AL Litsev of Hickory G ove were i Willisburg last 3F iday on business 3Ir C Kettfes will crop wylii will Smith at Preasant Grove on J S Yank ys farm AH the farmers atr this place have delivered their tobacco at putoutaThe Hillsboo school closed Friday the 15th Miss J Tarerie BoiitA was the teacher She closed wit9hthe infentionv of teacbing alpubscrjption schocil i this ppring j i Master Ariue Coulter1 the little sonof Torn xJoul er Js obetterMrs Nancy Scottt spent sever al days this week withMr J M Shields and family v Mr Clate Stagings oftSpring field has moved to hisv farm at this place Miv Coleman S ttles was taken vpry ill Saturclay night with lasrmpl S 4 r1Tom Baker r and wifpspont Sunday with JJ A Coulter and wife t i MrW sCoolier sold hfs Iarrnto Richard Ha not givery Born to the wifeofE L Parisj a fine nine pound hoy Mr Derwood Montgopjery of Brooksvile wUI crop his ytai i with Mr MC Keeling v Mr Thomas Settles jf this t place is employed at Chaolinm t the itri Mr Eli Settles willc pp the coming year jivith Miu 1 W Sutherland If yp u will take JFoleys Orino Lax ative until theboWels become regular vouwlll not have to jake purgatives jconstantly as FoleyfR Orino JLaiJitive positively cures chronic constipation rand sluggish lliver Pleasant to tafke Sold by Haydon Robertson NoticeT 4 Having sold out my interest in the business of Thompson Bros at Litsey ard desiring that all business of the firm be settled all perSns knowing tberne vcs indebted to the firm will plea e call and settle at once The books will be found at the store ii at Litsey iRoBERT M THOMPSON For healthand happidesslDe Vitts Little Early Bfsers small gentle easy pl asant little livpr pills the best macie Sold the Red Cros ll vkwvvv vvvvivvvi 1 I 7 i i Bi1Rii1IITIt t i I ISUBSCRIPTION r OFFER M One Day OnlyJanuary 30 1909 i Hundreds of our readers take acity daily paper as well as ours in order to keep fully abreasLof th news of the woiM Thcre is no better daily piper at any price to be had in the State of Kentucky than the Louisville Daily Herald It i a cert family sheet allowing no objectionable advertising of any kind to be published JIltQf It has the fi st local ntw s rvice of HUV daily paper m the Salo Ithus the As6cated Press tOetaphic news of the world il has amusing pictures from its own cartoonist every y spenlid halftone pictures showing local Ind world events ad a feirtess indepe ent dito ial piige always fair and interesting eyen to those wIN differ politically with thc ad itoriv opininn S Tte regulr prib of 111 D3ll HriicJs a a5year bymant and the regular price of 4 our pap r is 1 ayear by m til By a special arrangement we are able tptinike the i onhfli rfnl offer ot S The Heraldd Regiilare If Regalar Price Total In J ii11Prjc at f BOTH 2Th5 isIr s hscciption s receiyedatour office not later than Jornary 301 UlOD Positively no 5subscripb on willi l be accepted atJessjthan the regular priceuf received in envelope post marked later tin January 0 SuTjscriptidns ip either paper may be new or renewal and will date one year from Jan uar yeiirfrom date at which present subscriptions expire Subscript tons VBQ190tor to the Herald at once arid creditedto January 80 1910 Address = k 1 4 L l mJ3 L Davison pub NewsLeader Springfield K- rTTTTTTT2 I 7 IbU i t f5 frLJ I wTifW I J II I D4Mwcill plu1ti1y III The Only Baking Powder fNa Royal Grape Cream Tart Mad from GrpM lr AGgopefftwFoadl 17791600 WIhofI Kehtiicky Tobco CrOpin19OSJ j Thu value of the tobacco crop rKent ckYin 1908 was 177 600 accordion lofignres of the division production aaddwtrH butionj department vof agricul s ure Tbis puts Kentucky fiabeadof any other ktemtWproduction of the1lfHd iN rbJarofina corning second with s ttotal producltton pf 13 000000 pound y1luedatXO4972QOO The average yie din Kwttwckj ciis8l5 poupdtothsscrs TiM tvjcrage yieldf in North CJiMfoliwi was 670 pounds to the sere awi in Virginia it was 815 the ssfAd iin ent ckYThe ayferiif value 111WSSJ North Carolina 105 and of tatVi iniRtobacco12ceRW TQe tba cogrowa4erlh in Oonnecticu J4sseachueenGeorgia and Plbrifla anaylaW at figures ranging torn ISc from the MassichusettsprodBCtto8fp puudfor fJe F1oridch occThe yield of this highfr d iiy b cx J psetto the acre but the entire erop mounted to 5568760 pocicThecrcp of MasMcbisetts mm 7444 800 pounds valued al 1153944 The yield in MaMt chusetts was 1850 pounds to the acre while the Plorida yi41d wta 990 Tho department estjmateftc entire tobacco crop of thy ootft try for I908at 718061 S80poBB4 grown on 875425 acres an average yield of 63Q2 pounds to tbe acre The entire crop to TaliMiI at74130185 an average piicolI 103 cents per pound Tile Me neslMii it itwii is the one who always wears a frewsCis cross and disagreeable and issfeert add sharp in hla answers Uiaeca Ljout of ten its not the poor fellow fault its his liver and digestkm tkat makes him feel so mI6erablet help being disagreeable Ari esiil1i thatCOBditkHaThen Herbiae for your liverthe safe sai and reliable vegetable lator t-t at toe Red Crow drug store 5IBad Road cot3QOOOQOOO It is stated that there are in tbe United States 2150000 mite of rod of which 150000000 Biilca are improved and the r QKI ae wade after the tiaawotbf soil they traverse sAd tn BjHBthv ods of the builder It is not too much to ayer and thttavtrMM will ba sustained onoatti by atiy owner of an autotibi1orif fast horses lathe country that owr r ads furnish proof of ji bask ward civilixtion Tb alaiiHt t ciansof the Agricuttsril pprt ment find iit easy kKpror Ihui the yearly mo ting of Ute crop and other products havittic a gross weight of 295006000000 pounds1 over poor roads in QtdIr to reach points of ik or IIIP m It costg the owmera WOOOOO 000 more than wouW tbs likal movement over macadMiiae roads This sort of afRtniiiat ought to create a punlWd I for better roada and iiw crfatiWi zation into acOaSWltisU iliiT o ly to beIahecL You may eat all tttN4ls4b I food you lIkeUyOi will 1e4ZO4OI tgestdyepfpltaor IgNMo 1r fl only tends tkfiy i t rMM J Besides y dofttAS to vuarj aIi plmore aboal if Mat yssstkOol fOrDypepsaMA1z1Ns ill l1ri1J aisdJ tlpiJldeaj4 flIta7IIs fWuraatetdt to fire romt relief 8014k the Xed Crow drugstore i 1t i 1 n rq i L i f i1JPM ti 1 i lth M ofhte u bt6 1aewakrLLtISlPtl11l1b r 1J tltIi iwMaImbssrqMjMC iwtJoroverasw t hila asd two a7s at ibs bifldeti Mr 8Mhmajcr- Ohtitiaa f a 4 it frieods fl1h 1 Iaksck Maski t J- r Ir ri r IIgFI fFridayfi owboP1NadTio14O 1 rit j- ii i i iIO at Mb in Uw euay UrIV Is j prOfecL aMia IaHIttoI ftivatioo It wm rsjioi v alt wk ao slat Mr 4gbs F b plass b1t was ie by 4 Osi1 = f4IeWK aaa ay iii1 est Mex PsI oi W1l- jrpcrtaibohThss jFY w bo S irat TJMaqt t iti MrNj II f t ff- ooil momDrbs1m w f H Ie 1rifL bs agJ 3Dtv4Castsa113 J IJYJq 1tolJeiLra Ul nai wtMrt it icroj rik wtt slaW r ti1U 1 qcratik 3 f 5caa 1 D t tteiiiNk1Jti1tWMilMt etipIsM 505 exiirMl cave tt m j 4Cuttt k Mifferiaf frtMH 0 jtha13i d 3 oSfleMaIltirIs2c by ii ft tcee Pub- 1krIILa Sik fi AT1OCJX M F Om tjM abort 4t 1 vffi for Nt l l1j4 t JlIr QUr d he aiW OM5zi a1 bgsy- arI 3 joarpUl WCItItlU f y aali ooit QM WBiiMuBl Ikorto y ar 1low Hilif w s- wa AbfBfllt SOOtMMBH- lMU riI k tdkw lfII BtaAby ba- y T nnIU 444rrlJd Iia1a idi el MRE7MdqnasL fillIa4l mR r17 a 55MUsTJIf TL IITQr t It aets Illf ar hWiibsika t prI8jaijMTl fiR throat Irritottaa thereby pp1au ok Sold by Ute Red Qlliltses rn sra I r w i r T 7TIN h- t HE NE SLE THE IffiKLftflE r uup Vk U-Ypeuw B LL l 1Iro 1t 2t r J4iofirtncTYJUDGK wJtato I ffry a a ate for reeitctluiaudltGe of OUay t a UtY EJe4 I NOT i ir iIyo oat jj c Du ce 7W f the t e bea tl p rtf rduuI0e Jpt ffOB AHERIFP saeLto iniomice SL 1 hndldate for Sheriff connty uJbje t totke Democratic party Eddleman Sam Bale a 4ByronCroake I mkI as a candidate for ton couMy salafttJ 4 I t lA npiuI 4igraoef ttttok Os Fwiidiafe Boo velt f t f ba ope ot Repre 5ti Mftalirw MoofeT bJ Mr Wil t 1 New Turk flis renwirks itt vMi Wir r d Wafer the J erojM of fm rl 110tbeJ it JiprioM ppgoticiitiMi bill werel J Mi ori bf a YoM of libe Hovs 5wIofkrlib vhuILmlI WM tfai dtqmcii r t1rt lt 1 t is = Il iftM New Yorki M aibf rftkwi tbdictknurj for l i sI 1 Wod pfQprJTexj c+ tpr hiW e PiMi Casaga 14 1 i nii1 4 tIfoMeiI kpbpie hy tl JWIMaiQf Ml iogsgtfcet a iii9qof king Ml J t Ai1wisMr1 Wjllett comole 4 2J i Mil I Mduif of bput threeit f fteriII mpsAtd apfHMls to the chair tby J tidy xiuiMMr Bep qblcn that Iher d ftl M Cftifcd lo order he was com f take hi t t 01tJ MM tTa1d J3tftMt was fixed at 4 eO OOO jMrawUaa so far as ists coJritix it and the r r nJrRipr ft ttivea 15000f each f JThg WiuxQf tb Chief Justice y1o tfct Supreme c9rtof the JJaitfcd State was increased 16 iPt 1j from 9000 tc 15000 per arr UM a d tdat of Associate1jus iktoiro i 12600 to 14500 it Ti Biflej Tobacco Sticiety r fu1Waw1S p riQrlnwtohIDcIf C0 reIJOlJt wt thoacht that any attempt T acreISt Maa4 Lhe iMioatkms are that Y tL f 1 1tbert will be an overproduction irhkjh accordJBg to tlie iaw of r i Mf ily ra d f dtmand nILmean lww piices fur tobacco next t i fc i5i t H Th ttpftffl Court of the itI tC t liiWi SUtw termed the de qt u Qi liM State courts of J i1SZ4S iSpOflg Jlb8Qf 1623 fr 030 otf the WaterPierce bjts C Jcapaajf of Sc L isnll theCr i F J i M3ojf viplatinf fthe Te as ftMt Jaw t SS 14Mr Bif y iim a ateech IB the 8 t iitii b11i increaaingthe 6tberJfAr wasiilat iiixaad the YieePreid et i iL rbn of rtt AIo44 ol1b st Iecto ort9 tt w 1jkvqtft bost a O1 rlIa ree4d by fhi11 s j IikeWaej4 lilt u Me li tebackctLa4iIkr pt7 II1aMgs take titiJiT10aI1Jss7bu reforw k 4 ct btciacbe4 rI uiatk1 J fJJhd Wae ble So iat bI W4 iirW Iz prek To Prerettt Maaufcture r Nashville TuPhebil1 to prohibit the an facturc ofr lipjack1daher00I1ILpi JTbe Coflomitte on Xqupr TrmiBc huIryFcoend I i4paagegJtJ u NMM of the js 8ure will rv OI dkposUioe before ad iawfu entj notwithstaadingj th iniwMMirtlof lha opponents to jpo spM4netjjir t 4 the bill will pass thPreaite bjr thtsame vote by wb thiChbit the S1e ortippIO of liquor Ed2Oto 13 f The bill on Jntrodcciiojain ibe House was signed by Bfty y Aei io asumt that ihe introducers will vote forute passage The bill will possibly come up to exorrow1nr the Senate disposes of it this ernoonj r55 isLl onqUorl leaejBenate The Governor will send special message to the two t Cru1he hlinot intimated its nature itisfi generally believed to be a veto of the tiolladay bill Alclijlwy tSFor several years I was slfflicted trouble and last winter 1 fwa suddenly stricken with a severe pain in mjf kidneys and was confined bed eight days unable to g ithout qp assjstaHce My urine icon taiseA a thick wjhite sediment and I pawed same frequently y and nJg it I commenced taking Foleya Ki4ney 1tem dyand the pain gradually abated and finally ceased andmY ir eiiey recbmmonu iFoleys Kidney Retnedy Sold by Haydon St Robertson 1 Mackvifie Mr Richard Ward has movedI to the farm he purchased of 17 W Hachett o hMra Igain Mr am Britton an ch idren o Harrodsburg spent last week with Mr Ed Britton toprivetu125 Mr James Lowe and wife are on the sick list Mr Will Hatchett has moved to of pussessithe 1 r F rankLineyI tMrss tufferingseveral days Chaplinsmith ihop therewItg Mr Will Shewmaker has ben confinod to his bed jvith a broken kickinghimMr Robert Milton bpdgrtat mareofMr Will Sweeney Price 65 Many iittle4ives have been sa redIi by Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds croup and wliOQping cough Its the only safe remedV for infants and children as it contains no opiates or other narcotic drugs ana child iexidlike Foleys Honey aid Tar Care fu mothers keep a bottle in tha house Refuse substitutes Sold by Haydn Robertsqnl Willisburg ite ofMrsPrice notgiven ofMrs9mebaJedbMrs snClydeuntil Tuesday with her brother tMr Robert CeburgMr W M Shewmaker and onROCkHMrare lUisiVillpMr qiitfieldng Rev Grubbs filled his regular orningHrndrMr and Mrs Wiliaui Derriug FridajnlKbtrsJromeWo1nerMr and Mrs Robert Rileyl spent Svrlday with their dau lterMrj l3Everett Scruggs bt ihnCrsiairFrom Aiiotbei Cor respondent orIJJiQoi8j f ithMrMrOcarMcIlvo1rthis week-Lawrncebukg Wr Fcl Sutberland and Bczerrja Is Curt frEittirduiiZsia quickly yMdt a d a adrweftlW Zos1d5C tLtMo HaydonJ fc Robertson Jiatti fieljl SprirgTuesday j Miss Bettie Carmans of Lou isville iis spending this week Vith her grandmother Mrs Trel1tI Mr Gilbert Cheser add Miss Pearl Armstrorig attendedI church here Sunday severalILulaByatt t we flouektogMroldest and most respected citi MondayJantmei ate causqof his death He was 81 years of 1age and had anentWashington county Mr eutwas av devout member a e Antioch church for many learsHe leaves a wife and jen children and one brother MI Chri Trent of Laivrenceburg 1Tbe funeral took pace at the Christian Church on Tuesday annby theEehi thst Fa weirviewfriends of ihe bereaved family tend their deepest sympathy LVERYMOThUju or should bb worried when theltt1 es have a cough or cold It m leI d to crouyor pleurisy or pne6 plooiathe to somthing more seri wil1lLany complicatlou oldat the Itt- ossdzugtory ed 3Ti1 Mr Otis Mil ton sold an aged work mul to Bob Brady ff Tex is1or85 Mr Joiin Tobin is building new dwell ne1 house on his farm Guess wh is going to occupy it rom Ash and wife tf Waterloo and Miss lalissa Youngof Hn uckCouuywere visitors at Mr Stive IJb last Sunday Mr Btu Bugg and son attend d church at Mackyjlle Sunday Mr Hfe dTaylor left 8toVduy to visit hi uncle Charlie Gowei n f Spencer county Mis Eht Tobin Mr O B Sh vmriUpi Mr Chas Hnl Mr Marcus LhWiijice ard Mr Steve hsttlfpresentMiss Mae Rudd bas returned ome after a weeks visit to Miss da Baydou of this plafpe yeatIcid maie to Hepry Johnson of Mackville for 75 Porter Smith and family ha ye moved from Ferh Hill to Utah Mr Garter Hall and family Attended church at Mackvilie Sunday f tMr GeorgeGoode and family Benlf Bngg last Sunday tMr Jeptha Wilson was calKd the bedside of his neice in- ndiara a few daystagp Mr Joho Best has been con finjdtc hfs room for severall d lys with lagrippe but we are lad to report him better at this riticI g Mr John Gilpie sold 9noheiier cal to Erastus Case t onrtownf Mrs MahAla HaliSundaya I Simple Remedy for Lagrippe Rackncr lagrippe coughs that may iev lop into pncumonIa over night quickly cured by Foleys Honey lungsiart healed and strengthened and a aflgeroflbcofldltlofl is quickly avert ed Take ouly Fpleys Honey and Tar in the ellow package Sold by Haydou Rt4ertsonbT A Short Vcre An JIngllshmnn nninotf Thomai Thorp died leaving his fortune to a poor relative on condition that a head stbne wltb the name of the said Tliomaa Thorp and a verse of poetry be crqtcd over the grave CostlnJ nll roar that the pfery should be brief Upon hIj3 refusal to api roreoo account of tfholr lenrrUi the lines corpttthe fcllovAig vaH finally ordered nndi accepted Torps CQlJUe Tho Ginvrbread Tree i ThcuLf nn itsotpnlmgrowln to nliSrrt clffrcirwontyflvetothlr ty feet In Cyp Arabia Abvsslnlai and Kublii vrii h Vrfducsa its fruit Ila Jonrr ohrtrrn en b contaIUpg frau Ion to 211 Thrr3 fruits nrc of tilt Irrenulnu loran ii rich yellqwt i 1acLlclof the teed of the poorer clashes of In habitants the part eaten being tlie fibicqs mealy husk which tnstes al most cxnrtly like felnserbroad whence the popular iiarae of glj gcrbrea6vtrec In Egypt Hyphoene thebalca Is Ui Clbotanical name of this palmtHow It StruCK Him It waa oclock in the afternoon In a crowded Brooklyn trolley car find itabove the nplsu arose the walls of a leather lunged baby protesting ngpstIt everything After two miles of tiilldin the mother left with her child whet a young man in the front cud of the car thus expressed his sentl nientst Gee whiz t TNociTheIned than described New York Post Hard Names Calling names doesnt make an real difference risald the cbampaIgnerX6f answered the scientist If Itt did those Latin titles we tiare bestow dlscourngedtl1tm FOR THE HOUSEWIFE Baked Orange Pudding One cup of sugrir a large tablespoo tul of butter two eggs sjnd one and a half cups or milk two cups of pour and two teaspoonfuls of baking pow toJbrown In a brisk oven Serve followingsauce Four l g tul i of sugar two of butter and r Cream these three Iogr edl ethir until perfectly smooth white of qno egg to a froth add Jt Pour overtbe mixture chopI cup of baYing water stirring the- etar until It Is creamy and no lumps to form Havq prepared large oranges from which alt the d skin have been removed and them In sinafl pieces Remove the sauce from the fire and add these fora nges Serve the pudding Hand Lotion hotIOnehalf pint of rainwater ounceS of cojogne two uncsoftwoI echo two cunces of glycerIn r u ncs of rajsewater oneeighth df ounce of gum tragaeanth Dissolve gum tragacauthin the water mM- e other Ingredients hattIe shake ll ready tor use elegant for the nds Tn cold weather or where you have to dse hard water Duchesse Potatoes Peel slice and cook until tender In et enough water to cover let drip and place in a warm paucepan mash with three yolks and a little flrfuri roll A ut on a board sprinkled with Iand divide into oblong cakes tIflrI fourths b onehalf by three fry on both sides in butter to a golder brown and serve as garnish for roasts To Banish Rats and Mice lt is claimed that rats or mice can cmp lI d to vacate premises by ing ainlxtnre of chloride of lime and wnterat the places frequented by these animals Some of the mixture pught to be poured into the holes Rats have 1a great aversion to the odor ot cilorlde of lime and betake themselves atonce us far as possible from it JJlUse Starch A method of starching infants One flresse and all dainty fabrics First starch as usual hen open up the gar ment well and dip down oneeiinto clear water WIn dry slightly damp en in warm water and roll up for a few minutest Garment starched in this way iron beautifully and are of the proper stiffness An Adjustable Mirror j In every household some member flnds fault with the position of thr mirror intended for general use Fo some the mirror is too high for other too low Unfortunately all cannot pleased unless an adjustable mlT r similar to the one shown in the accora- panylng illustration Is used Tlioix 1s a raekiOr towfels etc a combtray and j J rtJiiituoii Movrs CP on DOW a hICilCIl Oilthe wall Js the support Which holds tilt cross arm the latter carrying time mfr ror etc This cross arm slides on ioothed bar andIs held In position by ratchet pinion This ratchet plnlot Iis not locked h pi last rotation but oulthto an extent sulliclent to prevent acc IaCental falling of the rack from Its ad jjusted position Tims the mirror can lio quickly raised or lowered to tlifc po lllon most suitiible to tlwuser J French SteakaPlace a tlilek sirloin steak In bakunsmn In which fe j1tIts of suet hnvt ieeH browned Still pepper It cifHldafew tiny bits of lemon and sue Iwovcr with nfthlnt layer df sliced On ions did on this pour toniato latch up Bake about half an hour The onions should be brown but the steal rare Experience govern thistb HndyLStah JcmoveriSpots can be removed from almostt any dcliqate material byrubbfugfor five minutes with a piece ofsofttIan ucl The wool absorbs whatever bus made the spot and does not leave a ring as do cleansing fluids Potto Mucilage A good mucilage can be made froiinkpotato peelings Put as many peelfhcf as desired lit a kettle cover with wimter boll an hour strain then add bhll Ialudeflultcljv ft To Freshen Stale Nuts mien puts luc become too dry be good re 1bc the shells let star overnight In equal parts of water aud milk then dry In the oven They wir tastepertcctJy fresh The man to whom you r ironcvrever restsAtchison GJobo Art For Arts baKe II itliketoIn his work So do I 1 once knew a poncmat ivho was so Qiithusiastlc that It posh lively pained him to see anybodv out f Jail rxJuIsville CourIeriJourial oNotTardy Arrival at a Dinner Party t lmi Smith Mrs Smith effusIvejyJOh my dear you ould never cone ton late London Illustrated Bits An Epicure The AtltII want you t2 pose for my picture The Prod tn san Tlw TrampCot clo It The ArtlstiWhy otjlme Trnnin Veal doesnt t agree jvltlh mer London Illnstratwl Bib t A vreMern judge granted a divorce on nCFountof illtemper and bad t ctath Dr Kings New Lif Pills would have pcevented it They qufe r COJjstipat ibn causing bad breath and 11 ver Trouble the illtemper dispel colds banish headaches conquer 3 hills Ztc ct Haydon Robertson t 1c r i ii j I i = t i 1 L S F I iJANUAQtjit C b u J Again guko give the people of Washington 7 arid adjoiningi countiesopportunityi to at greatly reducedprices It isunnecessart II thlsadvertlsement words in telling the s trade e tk for about themselves the reIuctlon we have made q The pricel H flQ9cjW tI rnUttty J tjII I1WOMENSCLOAKSr Cloaks worth 20 00 for 130pv 2p Cloaks worth 1500 for lOlOO f IIWomens Cloaksl worth 12 50 for 85QH Goks worth 1000 for 650 Cloaks wortti S8 00 forv OO IIWtiss s anti Childrens Cloaks proportionately t IpWer Overcoat Pvcjgapp Snirsi750 IICARPETSWALLPAPER LACEtbtJRTAINS AD SHAEES llRoom Size Lan 7o worth Jli25ii 4 worth Curtains 00 worth 1 1 Tapestry Oiirpes 8ur 1GI2t 1s a nd 29 50 worth 2 r1Taptyitry Oqrpel TOe worth QOc LJjfl urtans too ortha vuPaper 4c Bet 2 ply Ingrains 7Cc OC jCUrtaJIs 2 50 worth 81ti Bebt C ingrains Oc wortlj 6 IStr I 2 aCifootOpaque 4 Best Union lngInIr40c woith c17rf Linen BOO ttI Linen Shades 25ct H t J i 1 iThese prices are for JanuaryQnly are have de n similargoodsLCUNMNGHAMDUNCA JFEEBLE DLtf Has Strength Beatbred By yViuol Mrs Michael Bloom of Lewlstowp Pa Who isEOyearsiofage says For a longtime I have been so feeble that I have had to be wheeled around in an invalids chair I hadno strength and took cold at the slightest provoca tion which invariably settled oil my lungs and a cough would result My 600 learned ot the cod liverpr aratlon called Vino and procured a bottle lot me It built up my strength rapidly and after tatting three bottles I am ablef to do most of my work ana I can walk a quarter of a mile easily aged or weak person who ieIquires strength snould Irj VlnfcL I ain delighted vltn what it has done for met As a body builder and streingth crea tor for old people delicate chfldren weak rundown persons and afterCsickness VInol is unexcelled It falls to give satisfaction will re jtUnlyourCROSSinoneytSTORE SNORING n it th Evils Wo Acquire With Our Civilization Z3 2 truism that no one ever heard tt TlrtfllHJ fnr tt w Iildtot sleep quietly he nins the risk of belug dl oorcred by his Tuipiny and Idornquietly sleeping adversary Witliciv nixo Uoii however we have changed sleePJIca jarrhal affections passngeM flrtdof warming the Inspired air on removIngtlonWt becomesobltructecL l lInd escapes by the The veil ci thp Ywlrtte vibrates between the twO tirrentstlmt through the mouth and tr111t iin mCnl1thatpartlnUyopAnd that his lungs are In danger from ihe air not being properly warmed and purified oprnlbonof Inquire air In sleeping rooms and permitting habitual snorers to oSctipe sdentlsthMen and nIl eItteethband baIdncssfleajtli Natural Kindness At nn out of fhe why railroad Junc scllbungrybutt bcfcrc his train left Ill take cup of coffee he said to the young wo man In charge of the restaurant tIve no Jme for anything clae You cnn take nil the time you want s cortll1lyYoutclepljone to the sup rlntenllcnt to 3e lay the train a little whlleV Vyett that be oocJSkcd the truveier hi amazement Cortninly said the young woman Of course It tnnv Its aa branch road and no other train coming or going ver It todi md the mealIICompanion Hti Tljfluence of Bath thQfbnii upon the lifoytttid of the na tlon For some there are Bain buns for ojlicrs Bafh Olivers and the mill taiiMmllea who find time buns soft mty throw Bath bricks jit ptace or otlipr window If they disapprove of tlie Path chiles When we becoipe In It If the Bath chair wcseck And hatt thfjusund ycn itor ibe middle nges wllhoutji liath seems boa hieLolldon Chronicle 1iKertMn ways xinJwifest are nod InhamI T1PLOTOFAPLAYo- wH Sardou Came to Writs IfWt PattesdMouche sat workiiig at a scenic adap tation pfYoitalre Candlde and Il hung lifcoot bt1iue there W no prospect of a dinner but because ills pipe was umi5ty uud he land not lJ Titttniv jJioVniviVli to frthndpn SfifT denly on opening drawer of his taM- e uttered a cry or Joy at the the or six tickets ofj a stiie imiIWhich gave Its customers o for 20 centiuiesi for evpry bottle chased of an hour at wurd hu was tlie happy possessor a sides sliver franc piece and some sous inI Picking up a scrap of paper th sanded floor of tbctobacca shop he was about to light hTgecl when the words Marl Lhurcnth caught hL The uneonsldered trifle tttrued 6ut to be the fragment of p letfqr jTrom he wolf known nctess to hoP sofl harie S Sardou put find n wpocket but on his way hOme his plot wearing acuities stlmuiatcjl by the fumes of the tobacco at once re asserted themselyea This Is the Innocent letter of a m otherto boor hfe shid to himselfr Supposing However it bad been the lletter ofi woman to her poyer and falling 6y a aUiiInr accldejit into the hands of the womans husband wish lIng to light his clgHr Time suggestion ltd ta his play ILes attcs Ioddon Chrn icle Hugo and Merimee I texcepboitpfflyroito ii ever was with such a storm rot vilification nnd abuse as Victor Rugowben he publlshedfes Miser a tic jugosand Its author Prosper Slerlmee wrote nenrusselsIto a dinner given to Hugo Have you read Hugos speech at the dinner given to him by IBelgian libruriifus and btb r sfouu drcls of Crtissois Ills statonioutp were without depth solidity qr com won scto ntritai man who Intosl cates hhhsclf wltbrworda mid does not take time trouble to tbinlK vjctorHugo retorted by writing to n friend 1L Morlincc Iga timth mftut rally vile v fAs this Twig Is Bent II hope yot were n good iUtlVfioj whlfo nt yjou n lints im didnt ltolf any sturletltUsnld hmotfllrIiOnly the oneyu put wueup to i1lu replied her young Uipt rul Whyr what clo yen nfchu cfflidY Whenshe asijpd nit 1Illlk K uve a second PIeCe of cake said X thank you Ive Lthdenotih4fnrn ors Weekly DoestIieI- Babyfluilve jj- If not somethingl inust be wrong with its food If the mothers milk doesnt nourish it sHe needs Scoff Emulsion It supplies the elements of fat required for the baby baby is not nourished by its artificial food then it requ- iresSCOTTS EMULSION v Half a teaspoimful three four times a day inits bottle will the desired effect IltF seems to have a magical effect t upbn babies and children A fifty ent bottle will prove the truth of our Send tha advertisement togethqr wWt HMM of papej in which Itappears your adJress and four cents cover tand we yot a Complete Haiuly AtUs ottbt World SCPTTBOvm earlSLNewYorIC MEN t B islii i l S ITSi 4OVERCOATS 1 Li 2 JjOShjtS20OOJ t Q fO 1 Suits 18 50 f 22 5OOvrcot 17 oQ 2000 Suits 14qO 200G Overe ats lf I 18 00 Suits iMO 15J00 Overcoats i1Odbi i KOO Suits 1250 Suits g 5v tcQj12 O Overcoats 9 03 Y 1ON Overcbata1000 JTOOy 17 oO Soits 500 75o Overcoats 5QO t WiNDOW 9x12 RugsI qurtains Tapesttyetrpettt9OC 1 25 Lace Qttail8l o tj iI ScLace ltwortI Lace Q 12 i Shades f 6 footppacj te and IoweLian i N ADYI Every We DRUG t Thtfuasul mouth superintendent uguago too now Sanlou lf li quarter I off eye his her de Mouche i greeted r 1 t If or have statements t 2aOO f i lOOQ l p- vkItinijbtf j1I romeI i5O to49 I Perfection Oil flcatefctr for Bath Boom or VSitfU Rooms tf Foot Warmer f fur higgies 50 eacb1n cliding12firebiikGRATES Eidf Keeptypui childfen out of the fire by using 1 i FIRE SCREENS1 m saUSage findrsSa ill S s1iHiIi L rd Pressert tiI 1 j All kinds otBuilders Hardwar PIum King Hot Water Steam Heatirigi etccI t QtllTTI7 J IIIEDEtonUlLZl u Ll i I uJi = p i nowjnglieat From Every Ounetffiiet9 0 JWhen themucurydialli j t i tllJlinePERtCTION C toll Heati1LIpod i l Its very light carry it aW 4 room Turn ike WiCk iikw Sangerr iw smoke no ini iIfor w i five nute koorr Jh- 7 tomferl al Mte fcHifj l i bas lt FisJ IR I m2tJape urc7 cater wlffantIL TRfiLan IiIIMfWrt jU J Mr II 1t uw4 I1WS IIirc yswus IIt iiPp = piI1Iierwiite GIUt ay1caNaipivcSANiI STDARD OIIOMPANVI IitvM4 ISUr rJThe Newi Leader and Louisville Herald 0ns y ar275 w w Jw sia6 1 BURTON OENT DNTIT 4TEETH EIJIAC tED M+ jrrHOUT EtN- alt vp t pgaptgLD KY StrktIyII 3 0I JC AIUJJ- y lt ltc4 bges- r 9mji i ii 1lJp D O4fe e error Haydons Brops4or iIi AnMJj ftct rn sstst 2 dIeMce o as r w F 1Rlbsaw- tc fr 1 1T AT LAW SS == Y f t it f l1bf w HYMT t 1fi over Rd Cross Drug r n o houi HyattlOBO it t 12imf to 5 pm t JA f OOcRNl IJt r I YiriMAY S i J UIaAL itCTUR ll LIIISED EMBALM ER- J tr uJ zTPHOr DAY IL NflOHT T4 fi iI y SPRIlGFIELDJn Y cr meMWashingtn A X t OE2 r SWiM Choice It iii M iiufactQred by t JJl i Jrboe JOt pty highest market api sforStlfiY wtnt the Best FLOUE ask your ricefor t 7IN MNNAiY SICKNESS I4robh Ii nd o lazy Br Iltferua Leve bowels Tab h1S Pills1 muftNc1drOule il U8Bel 1iIIk ItMdMM c6B tIpatloB and tho rest isM7 0W4 t treatment of these Mto jwlteta Tate oo at bedtime JDIIK restt Only 25 Cwts kiLL1ANCSLLsese I I Caill Ssgfi4d5bg 7 73cRobertson KALBtU1 KANSAS CITY MO 1 i Us1ofl Look Po try Fencet tsice the es lot poa3iTWd ttbI end gedel = et piMr s ss writt IorcMlocoUmc r r ci setyS- S s4i1iy ia ii Kobertson Co n rr ttC i1lk l Di seases redflycurcdbyZcrno j A 1iquii- 2tr exttrM11 Ilk Zerog fives Instant r4i ai4pcmrentIy cuaany form fe4ItckngSkiAurSc21piIiSeaSC Al JDniICtltl Wrh for sampleE W ReMedC1St Louis Mo r I V Bity gnft RoboiUet t Jr f f i14i1isLYJsirRiMvAiipi 55j41t 1OhIVs 7 wr A- Tiierei Iq Ce on record oSc0ujht i eI rnosi attVekya Eoy- arTaPIiiseea Hfeat aa itl cure tut n stobbtiuatedeepIeAtetcough and cJds WAr lfeanythlnf else bu d uv HaydO i c iRoberfeoa 1 TOWN M Local Happenings of In ttThs Ftand Lat1 11c1Aty I ptiids I jf lIll lffIITJJtrl II f1IIrVM FQR SAKE Eleven good itork aBulfJ fine three year old Jaat ndiwetnJig colt Will seller tradejfor other stock T J F KEENE Route S Springfieia Ky iLoSTirAt th0 WaltonHo tel or OQ tbb istreetr wo ten dollar blls itnd a chenk for 17 69 on tlii Banlf of Commerce afnd in favor of Meyer BridgEs CoI Reward for finder T 8 B THOMPSON When in towiv next Monday County Court Dayjdrop into the NewsLeader office and take ad vantage of that cheap combma tfqir offer the jJaily Louis ille t Herald and the NewsLeader one year for 12 75 The offer is not good af er Jan 30 Mr J O Worford of WQod lawn was j n town last v eek and pid the NewsLeader office a call Mr Worford is one of the test blacksmiths in1he couctry and has just cpmnleted a fine shop in the thriving little town of Woodiawn Phd arrived at the homeof Mr and Mrs W D Claybrooke on last Thursday a lovely daugnterJ vPapa Olaybrooke is cQntemplating planting an extra laVge crop of tobacco on his new farm this year for the- beifttof the1 new arrival w v Jim Wagner of cjlor was triea in Police court last week on the charge of illegal liquor selling Tn6 jury assessed a finaof50 and cost in the case TIm beinguna to produce the cash iis5serWng his time out in the county jail Our little boy awoke with bkdattack of croup He inhaled ay mei and ill half aii hour was fast1 asleep I am glad to speak a good word for H jomeT Rev Geo Sisson South Londonderry VFThe Red Cross drug store guar nteesHy mei A complete u fit1Cures catarrh Miss Nellie Greece was awarded tile prize a handsome lamp o1t red by the Star Amusement Co in the popularity contest at thfe Opera House The award wasmade on Monday night and was for the one receiving the greatest number of votes in two pOPUJailyoung Mr S B Thompson of the Walton Hotel had the mrsfor 1uneto lose twenty dollars in money and a deck for 17 on6 diy last weeU He tad the jnoney and check in his vest pocke and supposes it must tave dropped out He has stopped payment on the check but thnonev he feats will be a total loss All NoticeIagainst the estate of M L SearI cy deceased are hereby notvfied to present ame properly proven 10 the undersigned Master Com missioner dfthe Washington Cir cuit Court at ills office in Springt Held Kyon or before the 22nd day of February 1909 This January 20 h 1909 MG Leachman Master Corn rJ For Sale or Rent A good seven room dwelling on Grundy avenue for rent or for sale Water in house good garden and outbuildings Apply to T D TAPP A Hog Record Uncle Frank Grimes of tiie Jrlp country killed sixhogs a few days ago which weighed 990 pounds net an Average of aboak 8B2pound Who can beat lb We doubt if it can be beatr en in this eQtipn Bob Johnson o tiWr this placej killed four lts a fftw days ago which ve- tcdk 290 pounds net but hoc c e iBahk all has the lead anti will have until we era cited Dixon Journal IIG18II I Gtwirif e OfFinn Messrs Shultz Riedl who have iieen conducting a hard ware and tinning business here for the pt year have sold out their stock good will etc t toI Messrs Othp Hatchott and SMJr Anderson who will take charge1rn on February 1st and continue the Slnessuntietth ftrin uame of fraffchettr Anderson Mr 18 atohett although quite a younluman has shown marked business alility1le havingiL been employ for some time with J LBarber tha hardware and grocery mer chant Mr Anderson is thet popular deputy sheriff of ther county atfU Democratic nominee sht3ritflMr Efinnake charge of the pi mbi ng and tinning department Hisi practical knowledge Of the work makes Mr Shultz a valuable man with the rew firmMr Reidel has not yet aedided what bUsines be will engage iu but he is nut of the kit d to long re main idle We predict for theco new firm of Hachett AnderI son successful career Mrs Wigga foSStardingi room only was the deorderthTuesdayfetainmentpices of the United Daughters of the Co federacy Tverybody was pleased and from begirningh to end the was highly creditable The work of pnle of the lQcal ametejjr aspir ants for forensic f me would ha be creditable to grofea siooal performerX The V of1trsPatch was wellflpresentea although theres very little to the sketch except thair it affords opportunities for the creaton of some amusing scees and char acter acting Among those whOJ elicited special attention for their clever acting wdre Miss Mary Haydon as Lovey MaryMiss LC isslEliwMiesE chorn and MssVeoa Browr riaiMcharacrenCe OBryan wade a hit as a comedian by his imp rsonation la Uushlaas Billy Wigs A R Shujfz as Chris Hazy Wallace Rogers and Chris Hertlein were all satisfactory LitftleMis3i Mary S eele Wharton captivating as Baby Bob yDecidedlyj whole entertainment however was j t i j ledrillsbya bevy pretty girls from the tiny tjts to grownups Wrfrej a pleasing sight and elicLedIa much applause Among the musical selections to please wereJi a j vocall derbyMiss Francs Martin and Will Waters a voc t Lsoloand a vocal solo by A R Schuitz The two little daughters of Mrs Jodie SpaldIng were very cutelIi t eirlullabysong t fP RSON LI MrJSYikeywttsinLQiis- villetbis week on business Miss Lizz e Leachman and Miss JennieAdims wentto liarS rodsburg Monday for a visitatI Miss Adams home Mrs FreJ Hagan is visiting her brother Mr W 0 Rogers andO her relatives at Lebanon Squire John H rdesty ofPolin J was in town Tuesday and r Stewed his subscription to tI ie NewLe der J JMr Lynne Bush wilt leave the latter part of this week for Terre Haute Ind to take a boursE of study at the StateNor mal College SS f D JH Xamplon went to Lebanon yesterday Miss Pearl Conner and Mrs Ernest VQrumfc of Frederfcks town were in town this week Miss Annie McElroy returned from Louisville Monday after a visit of several days Mr Jessie Rapier of Bards I tlowny spent Sunday here Bev WEj WiHiams was iin LouIsville yesterday Mr Ivan Rcigers of Lebanon spent Tuesday with his sister Mr Fred Hagan C jtractedj out PAIN or 1 PANGEB I- No charges iwhen pat S are wanted I AL b WORK tInvertised i1 WYSmiARDDDS i JII Springfield cyII MissjNariniaRiy Thurman is here from WestPoint Ky visit the family of Judge Thur an LI IMr Bamil on Robertson has tto J Gainesville Texas where he has a position as travL- g salesman for a large whole sale whiskey firm Mr Sam Anderson Shaker RobeltsJOWT LeacHman atd Murray Floyd attended a meetj inK of the Knights of Columbus Monday nighiu Lotiia ile IMrs Byron Croake and Miss l a Shaunty are in Louisville today Mrs Robert Graham nf Lou isvillei is yisiting Mrs Elizabeth Graham Mrs RneP Foster was in Louisville Monday t Mr Bob Russell has gone to Louisvillei to take a business urse in the Bryant Stratton college Mrs Palmer G McElroy and daughter Whitney left Monday r Williamsburg after being tained here threes weeks by the ill ness of Whitney of scarlet ver MssrsFr 6k Peters Ray jGoodwih and J Logan Bosley Lebanon attended the show ere Tuesday night Miss Fannie Smith is visiting her parts Mr and Mra John Suith at Bloomfield Mrs Harry Sb der 18a guest relatives ihrXouisville Mrs Margaret Betts and Miss Lucy Selecman left Tuesday for a visit toMrsy Maria Booker atS Little Rock Ark Miss Mabel ThOmsOn of PIrsantGroye is with Miss Fannie McElroy for a few days iMrsJ E Bu er and oIi Mr T Butler ofNew Hope Ala arrived Vast night to visit Mrs D CJaybr9oke Mr Ernest Grume orredckstoWn Mrs BarnettT of WallaceIBrown of Batdstow Twee guests of Mrs 1L P Carnplj the first of this week bli Ed M udd pf Nr y Uaver yi i ited his pthtr rsTheresflo fMudd this wyQek and returned Iborne yesterday Mis Iflorii Mudd accornpanied hsr brother home fora visit MrsG F HamJbleton and two Iittlei sons who hive been spet d ing the summer and fall at the home of Mr Taylor Spsulding ft Tuesday to join Mr Ramhle tton at Amboy 111 Rev gamble ton has been taking a course at s Chicago Theological Universityi nd now has accepted gj call at the Illinois vtown wjiere the fami ly will make tpeir home Tho Sprjngfied VF A M cdge lumber 50 went to Bloomfiald last night to confer the Master Mason degree upon a member of the BlooiflfioldLodge Those who attended were Officers W MHaganJ Master W A Waters Sr Warden Malt C Mayes Jr WaraenW H McElroy 8 D Robert Marks J DJ S ClayorooUe Rue Foster T U Campbell A 10 McOarty H M ONan W Selecman C M McGhord GT Burton VIF Trusty T B Flaugher George Calvin C WHpman N G Marks W T McElroy W B Spears A R Shultz H S Yankey T S Mayes Contad Hprtlein J S McElroy G C Wharton TCHardesty W F Grigaby inOWS ThistWa offer 100 Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured Halls Catarrh Cure byI F J CJHENEY CO Toledo IJj believe him perfectly hon zable in aljf business transactions and financially able to carry out any Obligations made bv his firm t WALDINC KiNNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggist Toledo O HaWs Catarrh Ca is taken inter nally acting directly upon the bloo and mucous surfaces of the system TestimOnials sent free Price7Sc per bottle Sold by all Druggists Take HallsFamUy Pills for coast I patioa The Truth Every person in this city who is suff fering from Eczema Pimples Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp disease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo it clean liquid for external use All duregists sell ZEMO t 52 = llDogs Executed For Murder Stftmn Arraignment of Tw3 High Bred Beasts In Tennessee 1I CanineIj 4 dogshllebeenmurder convicted sentenced anU exe cuted The animals were tried just as human beings would have been The corpus delicti which also waS called Exhibit A was the hide of a murdered sheep showing at be throat marks of dogs teeth The crime aft er ball was refused was fastened on the rensonbtedposed the death sentence wltlfgreat solemnity revivedInterest law Is the I THEY WBVY REPREfjENTEl BY LEARNED COUNSEL givetestfmonyrelaUare the intelligent ant reprbWnmhaJf Warned counsel mals They know the difference be famjllar the and and wrong cpmpre the institutions d he meaning and lii sections sheep raising Is ex trnlnedtotheyl In some full is nirebengseni5c dogThenals were mongrels They less intensity bitterness than as put the trial were horse in the days bred bird who by west The Old Ego New York U no longer ydttng and unsophlstlcntedfsald ii hum wlufuaa visited all the old world capitals She has now all the weariness and vice of Paris London and Rome They whu still speak of New as young childish Innocent remind me of Lord Exe of the canton Eeat seventy tried to lead life of youthoftwentytive4lieJ dyed his hair wore a cdrs t and fre c adllIyircusafternoon as he drove from the ton in his brougham a member sald smiling Theregoes Exe He told me over 18 whisky and soda now that he felt as fresh as a twoyearold Another njeuubpr sneered probably meant ttwoyeafold egg he murmurod New fYork Sun aecohdhuicf Cant I go out luto the yard and play In tbegarden mamma Certainly not child You rnuststfy- nnudI study nature Public Sale 1LS DjMudQ7having sold his his inttrst in farm we will sell at public sale on dir farm on the Kelly counfcj road on Tnesday February 2d b ginirgat 30 oclptk the fpi lowing personal property One and harnessliorse 4years old oneGyear oW roan mare in toal by jick work any place 10year old broodmar fvorkone 11year did good fann mare in foal by jacUq oie 8y farm one 7 year old buy mare extra farm mare gentle todriv 10yparold brown mare god i rmnufi 8year 6l5 bay mnr in foal by horse f year old nronn horsp 8year old work hrr 10vfiar od work horse two 2yar old fillipS good onr tpamol mules coming four year one 2year old mare mule 5weaning mulo colts 3 of them res 1 extra fine horse t colt b Cnpstnub Dare one filly lsUngIf pijriirrMarcbjj htJyIe compara1 Deeri OK moWer an5 disc harrow 2farmagons andI othej farmiog implements 8000 tobacco sticks TERMSUnder 10 cash over 10 months ime with approved security payable in eitberblnItwith interest from date UDItil of sale are complied with Dinner on ground D W W MUDD M Campbell Auctioneer iJIIMakI aadBladdsrR1tI supposeitqbpnorable areersBut like many men of good family there was a taint of atavism in their blood and they deeper and deeper Into math they finally paid for their mis leeds by death at the hands of the iOrdinarily In doS litigation the mas ter one named as defendant the law presuming his responsibility for tim UTts of tjie dog But Ute Franklin county forged ahead of that an proceededdreThe only discrepancy was the fact were among most of ably facts tween right They oif gdom hend purpose of most wh6re aw localities no no brdlnary of Wnll was brought at stealing early of the high educated dogs American York Lord the Carl just 4He back your books th saddle parold curt ones old m tively new eleven No terms S and S sank iniquity court that A HUMANj GIBRALTAR TheLory That is Told of the English Colonel Burnaby Jn the blogrnjibj of Cotonel Fred Burnaby there Is a characteristic story told by lite friend Lord Binning of that soldier of hcrculcau frame and reckless courage fOQtba11mnt 4werecolonel dressed for London In frock coat and tall hUt with a cigar lln his I mouth tame out of the officers quarters and proceeded slowly across a corner of the graund apparently ob llvlous of the fast that a match was In progress at the IraeJ At this moment our fullback a gigantic Yorkshlreman named Bates who must have weighed ffeircr fifteen jthan fonrfepn stone chftrglng Impetuously for the ball dashed full Into Burnaby The Impact was terrific but while the Yorksjilre man hurled backward by the shock as though he had coHltfed with a moun lain lay gasping 06 the ground neither B rnzthys hat nor th angle of his tlgar was In thji smallest degree dls turbed In fact he sdarcely seemed to realze thnt a colllslqn had taken place When hedld so he removed his clgfar frpmi his jnooth and with his pleasant smile sold Dear me I do hope I am not Interfering with the game The shout of delight which went up from the verandas was a thing ta reniember Studying the Crowd There doesnt Seem to bo any dif ference between n crowded train In the morning nnfl n crowded train at snbwfYtrnvelcrof could dlBtlnTulsh one from the other even it1I had no Idea of the hours uRI the frnnrd No All you need to do Is to meas ure tlie buzz of conversation In the morning when the crowd Is fresh and oil the way to business tthe conversa tion Is at least ten times In volume what It Is nt night when the crowd Is tired and on tlife vrjy home Often times at nlfjht Ive been In a crowded cur for ten minutes wltliout hearing a sbupd save tljf rattle of newspapers and an occasional cough That same crowd In1 the morning would be full of dialogue punctuated here and there wljth laughter Its Just a wee 8tudy4ln human na ture thntlfnllNew York Globe An Unsocial Pedant thegrentnlmasterful unsociablllryi says Mrt Tolleinache in his reminiscences iA Trliilt friend told me In the fifties that Whewells evening parties went by the name Qf perpendiculars be causo tle undergraduates were expect cd tp remain standing all the time though he himself sat down whenever he chose It Is also related that being shortsighted he Inspected each mat In turn at unpleasantly close quarters It was n high xyrlme for any out randspeak untlf he was spoken to On one occasion under the trytngscrutlpy an unwary freshman remarked that the weather was fine Sir replied the pedant arg you not aware that If you hftvd any communication to maklS to the master of your c lIegd you should make It through your tutor Y i T1iorWay He Felt About It l dlsjixaarin new member of the committee proposed to have the pastors photo topsnntlItholri approval nt once but when the fpnu vaa suggested to the parson bu objected Irtnliy cannot cdnsentlflafd fc Tve teen silt on enough at It is LadUS FIouio Journal i r i I i s II trcelvi1Jg d1 I 1I1 HItBIQ rn New White Gppdir New Laces Nw t1 Embrpideries New LinensNewOIngu 1 rhams Percales Madras Shirtings i etc Big stock 94 and 104 SIi Bleach and Brown Cottons BdtckinU and TOBACCO COTTON ItBig Gat in Wees i of Ladlis Cloaks Stitsi F c r I and SkirtS i Mens and Bdys SultSiatid OYeltOlltS =1 JustReceivedlirgeStock 9 U Ladies Mus1inlludcrweaG- etburprkesbeforebuying r Yt l anytlInj 1 iit ourline V JIWe CdttYibe argesfl j 1j Stocks mCentral Kentucky t Ii RobertsGwC1aybooke CeII I INCORPORATED I I1 n I ct Buy Good COnfections I i 7 i l That k the only IDdtO fc IMM ourin plc for ws pM9m + fselves on1 tI fr iluMM 9im quality of gar Jw r Fruits Candies and Cakes r l i c 1llr7 r 4t4 citt SLFresh Bread naridUIIJ J t Q At our sodftountaiti wt a s pNih pared at all tknex toitnrt Jl idrinks Coca Colt HIOUSWG lateetc l tWe serve Meals m the t t i l I 4C J L 4I I good old home Ityle t1+ i t tSOystersi I J llertl ins Coii1ect i- r t f KATIE JtEtTLEM a R f i tt7 i irO Great Ifidltater I Clearance Sale 1 I j j Is now on and fora shprt time 11will make Prides which willmove 8 j the Goods y the Next Tri Days we will IIFor Special Reductioh nit i I e Ladies Skirts kind Cloaks Mens Overcoats Suits I Ianraii i I We also desire to CallI attention ijfe lour0rices on ICaipets Rugs and Mattings LGrund McTfire i Til Mich face V i You feel as if you had o c face t in tny when you have Keuralflak Dont ton Save tti ia jeyo iJBay need Uj but get rid of the NetiraIi- by I i applying Ballards gQQW I1sielit- Fneet thiucr iu thie ofld tot TU 4wwi tisra qeuralgia burn cute t calame back and all jiaa SQd ittke Red Croia drug stqre fr inr health and kap4 DeWsttS LtttA JBarJy Bfatfi ipSUj 1teasy pleasant JUtftJtTtr pillf the best ra de Sold ait the Red Crow j j- I I4rsamJgt = b t H- 9tREEDY Ii HMT NHJMOf9 FAVQMTV TImC MW t y ft uRIAtlt4aow c- RED CROSS jWW k T Y J wy p rHaNS1 s oeiR 1 j Good tome Recipe 1 IIt b 11 II t OM 1r4nj prescrtpiOe sssehstofl wI Tndels 0tolf CopuuDd largo 0 pttanapSa pu I1i tluOtI tiMtra Wtt aboWeIM take ta7ttet e eb Mt1I 1I dIfsd 1 SOsrM 5wsiwpiIon er1au NImkac IWio Tvcb1Tsk BU Wer and E ot tJrfoar diifeoltMC i on r ct = kid CA1IfC acid aad ottftr e j fvMt Uw bloOd tjh z rspaonswbo Mffer with p may MiiM jin =aioch ecmM d 1iiri1yit oM efr i I th h y rpriiI treIt1 i sWthwhbo th slight= IIvJr sjoch or p AJ11 Mzsaid givei it a trial I k bty MO M highly rtcom Y11 1 hIt who8etitt J Jf A4ptmbrthomewbetJJ f LiI 1bItji if ffSL 4 ply ac e iQti or mix rdaDif um iidi t UVe io ALStj 1iifft I l r ii 11IIT Leader ttP r urIIE Mackin son of Mr jii t i i tboi iowf Bey LJ f Si ii UM kot1PueLy of ihis t 1sr4 iPMikt tiwi a4Wrctkm at or near S tJ tiitJter Wbil Works Young yaod is 1bs oil 0 fn7rn tl r IiaokIs wo raarwQle 1v4 l iryztbLarretforyounI g 1i lrlW lil i him wjth mali oi IIibIgbTh bovs ale rt t W r neither of them ex c 1 iallra of IIODri liter BMriiea The wounl ii fio i frMciOMMitfM far ae we have iS olard i ctsobtain M1e yM1 re ISf lWBrpWiiof OQlor a fugitive t 1 Jfiij l fi itbundy Brown Y Halaf jyrt 4abogt year ago on i Jrp pi malicious wounding f L5eoi4Mi at Boston in Nelson z ei9 ya l had 3uped bsoond 3 shi iiace Ib en at large t 4 ii ClMK1k him in 3undaI rr ui Wthe Nelson county cC 1 w tbodi e Deputy Sheriff Ha t J gas i Qt uOwrt county came for ittf liiffwUty and took him to trr J B r lowa Nelson county law 4 ry Wvhad bt fight shy t SjS4S Lrii t oirbileChibfBruwnison i MY i1i j l Ati5th H blic sale of stock r iipiiii implementi conducted fft lijr Phil Thomjwon for Jamesj J11 ISLt week there was 5 t aesaIiy lerge crowd in a- 0 fcwdtance Bro d mares sold up ap124 p rh dlon yearliu ji rta mrtft at t35 per head 8j J19 1jct- yt ip wi8 50 tp t50 i coro at crib tfj 62 otnteper bushel straw stack t JIj tiaitlodderj 18 cents per 1t f Ji tk hand iie4 sheaf pat douBi 16 per hundred IB 1f f nck of hjr averaged 13 pet siasjk Moeof ibnite lUQ recoru SSikiag pripes lorptjfast ten 1raU1 ciiiy- r I IscMbiL RnbeJof this r T cityqeethe best known nJ wfU biipTjsd women in town L wuii luakipfia soeiaIciI Vthe 3 i rijjaiiP of rtiE CarlL teey ItIdflr afkernoAn fell and if fl fioiaU a fracture of the bip SbWis iaimediately r- eIi i yW o Ii7abethi H l VJMfifr received ie fgoa1aIiion n f e b3 rIn very wen H c i ar1y7 tf k irtU make her fo14 riewrwrj slow butber many t fttas graatly pained it51gJt 2JI1 her basbe ay nevnoer i tIiIKMIYD Q rilli T i ijakI Feleyof ra Vtj r t1 c ff joiirea r iSIc Ckt riilt a 4St54Lq P5Lj Cyrr ctti irtegulariI c j euro alkWseyadb1add e r A 55 t a Hjl f i N thai1 i- we bOs Bob 8ioI t 5V ow IddkMtwskiI tCport and Wat aoh iia two V- VVSJIJ Iftotttti for highway rerYand nicetynine 1rlf9r murder beiivr convicted for the rirIoLT puty Sberfat few diisoTlMir were three ftbellfgtpH who robbed the Sangariangt for whoM the Warrants were issued that brought about the tragedy at Arbwaans There were three SMQ killed and three men wonn dd at the time the arrest was atmipted Tjhree irdctmeiitsi wer returned against Stovall by t mtbdjury flewas placed On r val three days after being a crrsuiiievi in the trial tbreeverdicts of guihy were Returned againstV him thrEe lawyers weria appoint ed to represent him at the bar three speeches were made by the attorneys before the jury In the aruiaent of he case three jut r2 voted against hasging him for his crime thre vote were taken by the juryJ before a ver dicjt was reached three prisoners w ere taktn tp me penitentiary tofetberj where Stovall begins to serve out his three sentences iimposed by the three juries for the crimes committed at Artetnus three miles from Rarbourvilie three days before Qnris was Anderson News rrisiiatNeJps Orpkans Hundreds of orphans have been by the President of tte Industrial and Orphaas Home at Macpfl Ga who writes We have nse4 Electric Bitters in tbis Institution for nine years It Jfas proved a most excellent rem dy for Stomach Liver and kidney troubles We regard it as one of the best family medicines on earth It invlgorat s the vital organs purifies the blood aids diges tion creates appetite To strength e tn1iUtkn or rundown people it has no equal Best for female Complaints 9YVoatHaydond Robertson J cVThe dress must beblactt andI full every way having nothingI of a novel or fashionable ap pearance The headdress will be a blackveil sufficiently large to hide the shape This isone of the many rules given to the Friends of Mary at i he Fool of the Cross by Rev Father Ner inckx the founder of the L r retine Ordbr when he conterredj that title on six young novices inj the year of 1812 The fjrst convent for nuns iin Kentucky was built near Sr Charles church no R only a short j distance from St Marys and toe first Mother Superior wasfMiss Ann Rhodes the youngest of the six youngest bfThe six young Iladies consecrated Ithemselves tto God and a gloriouscau e The VVVptherRhoded Nellie Morgan Uhris tina Stuart and Nanpy and Sallie Havern From these women sprang the Lorretines an order ot teachers who are so wlIand favorably known throughout tbe country where they hare various sphools and academies aouselwilpl Ky and is about five mies fron the original one It is ahex tensive building with a beautiful aveuue and grove of tall and stately trecsVTnirUle has been rigHly adhered I 10 these m ny years untili January when by special per missipn the change was made on tbe recommendation of medical authority The fornjerv il was of deepest black and dray n fSNervous VCollapseI have traveled for thirty years continually I lost a great deal of sleep which together withconstant worry left me in such a nervous state that finally fafternervous prostration I was obliged to give up traveling al together I dpctorexji continually MilesNervineIi sufferingvhichsavedmeVliertever partitularlynervous AG C LIBBY Wells MeVThere are many nervous wrecks Ihere is nervous pros tration of the stomach of the bowels and other organs The brat the kidneys the liver the nerve centers are all exhausted There is but one thing to do qytlietive Nervine Its storaI JBhuH influence upon the nerv cms sykern restores normal whent1tt t jcj Aas re fr Get a bottle from 7541r 4rurstTakeifa l acr cording tp directions s and if ift doe niH benefit he WiU return your money J r Stomach Distress 1lM l All Jiiseryi Fro1idigestit Yawstes S Mfcmtes Latert tEverykeep some Diapepsin inthe house as any one of you may have an attack of Indigestion ortStomach trouble at ny time day o rnrghtV f This harmless preparation willI digest anything you eat and over ome a sour SOmaChV6ve minutes afterwards hifr What little you do eat seerrs tto fihl you or lays like a Iump of lead in your stomach or if you hav heartburn that is a sign of IndigestIonaAk your Pharmacist for a 50c case of Papes Diapepsin and ttake one trianguie after supper tonight Tfiere will be no sour risings no belching of undigest ed food nixed with acd no stomach gas or harlburo full fl eorheavy feeling in thestom ach Nausea De ilitatng Head aches DIZZIVc ass or Intestinal griping Thji will all go andS b besides the wll be no sour food leftover in the stomach to poison youi breath with nause ous odors VIPapescure foralstomach misery be cause it will take hold of your food and digest it just the ame a VsAqtual prompt relief for all ypurj stonach misery isat your Pnamaeist waiting for you These large 50cenD cases con amu woe than sufficient ti cure a case of Dyspepsia or Indigestion Vunderthe thechin while the new ne is of black linedI wi rh vwhi c and is owing ThiV reel hearts hitherto wornon the cape have t en dhcar4edV The cban lLiis purely bygenic VyetiIhe arti tic lInedof this ne raimen as it gracefully falls around tthe serene face of The Friends of Mary at the Foot of VheKDroiss ftfe v EUven Echot Ii suffered with stomach trouble for 15 years SpefttTO- ini medicine Everything failid until 1 tried Mi ona tablets They cured ineL R tonk t Mountain IslandN 0 The Red Cross drug store guarantees Mi ana 50ca large boxj THE OLD SAIL DRILL rils the Modern Warship Men Oc VNot Have to Faces One of the dangers and one of the hardest tasks tf the maiiofwars man vanished out of his llfe when with the supplanting the frigate by the steam cruiser the old time sail drill became a thing of the past Fleets in the old days were continually exercised In making and shortening Sail shifting spars and all similar maneuvers aloft says Captain J W Gambler of the British navy in his Links In My Life As the greatest rivalry existed among the crews to which ship should carry out the evolution first accidents were frequent Hardly a drill day passed without men being seriously in juredVOnce during ajdrlll in Kiel harbor where the rivalry In the fleet was in creased by the eagerness of foreign ships to compete with the English an unfortunate French midshipman went head first from the mizzen crosstrees of the French flagship to the deck That numbers of accidents should take place in sail drill was not aston Ishlng when one remembers that spars yfeettons were wjiisked about with be wildfcring speed with nothing but mens hands and brains to guide them hundreds of men crammed Into a space of a few hundred square feet where nothing but the most marvelous organisation and discipline could avertt death on deck or aloft To tbd landsman who understood nothing of the difficulty involved Iin rapidly shifting these jgreat masts and yards or jn reeling npd furling then sands of square feet jof stiff canvafi pcrhUps wet or half frozen the rapid perhapsngthrouglJblocks tromtrlctJonchecked to within n few thebes requir lug the utmost coolness and prbsenc of mind while the tuTicer Inj eon mand urdto superintend what to the4 uninitiated looked like a tangled mas of cordage but which was In reality no more In confusion than the threads In a loom In an instant this officer might see something going wrong To delay u single second meant a terrible cajtas trophe Every one alow and aloft was relying on his Judgment Delay Ease awayiVThe order came In an Instants The boatswains mates repented it In n particular call which this life and death necessity soon taught every bne to understand the sbrUl whistles rising above the dhi of tramping feet nncl running ropes or the thunderous crash of the great sails in the wind Death bad been averted or not If not youI looked up and saw some unfortunate man turning head over heels in the air Your heart stood stilt ouh1btI catch hold of something even It only to break his fail or Trould be COW mereIday it be was only seriously injured l the drill went on for this was part of toe lesson that must be learned that In peace as inl war one must take icbances V55V r lui1Sit VS I HANGMd tHE feABlEl WKftUw Arrangement ef tw ftt I tUrN a Jks en the Artitts bet1wIteier was asked Jto arrange the annual Liverpooll exhibition and here in lite ItaccordlnrtoYou know tbe academy babyVb jr the dozen had been sent in ahd 1 got them nit in my gallery and in the cen ter at one end I placed the birth of ile baby splendid and opposite the baby with the mustard pot and oppo site that the baby with the puppy and babymi weeping on the other by the door the baby deadthe babys luieraibaby from the cradle to the grave baby in- eaven babies of all kinds and shapes- ll along the line not crowded you hung with proper respect the baby ttorI And on the varnishing day In came the qrtlsts oacli waking for his own baby amazing His baby on the line nothing could be betterlV And they ll shook my Jiand and thanked mean went to look at tIe other mens babiesand they saw babies In front of them babies behind them babies to the right of them babies to left of thetuAnd then you knowtheir faces fell they didnt seem to like it and wellrha ha they never asked mo to hang the pictures again rit Liv erpoolJ THE VENTRILOQUISTS Only art Amateur but Hit Exhibition Was a SucceesVAI was one of a house party up tin Thames said an amateur QuJstTen had been served in th garden and after tea j consented to essay a little ventriloquism and the fifty or sixty guests grew very still Behind me rose a superb tree Looking up Into the thick foliage JI shouted in a loud and qngry voice J ji Hello What aro you doing up there uTo ray amazement a thin young voice repliedV VST aint doin1 no harmt mister Im Just awatchin the big bugs J The guests glanced at one anQther smiling appreciatively Pulling my self together I went onVJDld any one give you permission to climb up into that tree u Yes sirThe second groom sir TIes my cousin Well said lw so far theres no harm done but be careful notto fall and dont let any rie see youVAll rightt mister said the humbf vpieeV I turned to my audience and smlU1 and bowed triumphantly They breinto thunderous applause They said that they had never listened to yen triloquism so superb And they were quite right tooLondon Answers Rats Ccld Weather Retreat Many arilnml snuggle together for war th in bittor weather ns the squir rels and th ratThese who go rat ting in hedges and ilella in the winter know they uiav try a dozen freshly used burr va without finding a rat when suddenly from a single bole the rots will come pouring out in a stream of frenzied fur Twenty or mare rats will lie together in one holeVThey are clever enough to block up a hole on the windward side to keep out he draf so that when a rat hole Is noted newly stopped with soil tur itIp leaves or grass here is almost cer- ttain indication that rats are within Like the squirrels they store food for winter and the keeper may find it more difficult to secure his potatoes from frost than from the attack of the most numerous of his furred foes London Standard A Rattled Bridegroom Some few years ago a man of ma Lure age found himself playing first fiddle to marriage bells Then they hied themselves away as others have done to fiagara Falls He chuckled to himself as be took a pen to enter on a hotell register for the first time John Doe and wIfeVHe thought be wrote with the easy air of one who had so written it there many years and turned carelessly tWflYVOn leaving the proprietor inquired HI hope you have enjoyed your honeymoon with us Sirtr But he merely turned the register back and pointed to this en try John Doe and bride He had been as rattled as any boy Philadelphia ledger The Safest Employment The person who is least affected by trade degression ahd sluuips In pro duction is the peasant proprietor So long as his acres produce corn pota toes peas beaus frultj milk and vegetables be is safe enough from hunger His sheep will give wool and h Inc spun is excellent wear His is the safe inriinltlye and elemental profes slon where a man lives close to the earth tlies great mother Dublin Irish Honle tend rTheCauseofManySudden Ii There lsa disease prevailing in tltia country most c1an decepL5ill li deaths are causediJ by it heart dis Vease pneumonia ii Vheart failure oj i 1I1Ulll kidney trouble ii allowedlttotal vaiice thekidueypplson ited blood wilt or tack the vital organs causing catarrh of the bladder or the kidneys themselves break dawn nut1 waste away cell by 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spouse These chlldrennre in 1m mediate charge of iris mother and aft er returning from a visit totem he writes a friend that he must have theJ chlldreff with himself that home without them is not home at all tha thatiiIs not practical and t be must solve the problem by unto himself nnother wife tnklngI rile wants a good sensible tcI tithe care of the house and train theII children lIt the way they should go lie has in mind a woman he metln reomemlholding a baby as if she lloved It So confident Is he that this woman will fa vor his suit that he warns his friend to prepare to act as best man Then be writes the woman as follows My Dear MillS Maurice I am as no doubt you know a widower with twofchildren a boy and a girl My wife been dead two years and my children have been with niy mother My little girl misses me sadly as I do hc and If you could make up your mind to and make a home for us I would showI husbanjJIeider this favorably I am my dear Miss Maurice sincerely yours JOHN HAMMERSMITH Those who know nothing about love will not be surprised that Slisff Mau rice responded In this wise Dear Mr TlmnknR youIvery much for the honor you have con ferred upon mo I must respectfully cline your proposal Very truly yoursI VMARY MAuRICE That would have settled most men but it only served as a spur to John Hammersmith VV VI Meantime Miss Maurice takes occil slon to drop a line to her chum thingsIf nldlbntgcontrolIf he reads between the lines his eyeballs will wither And yet this young oman held though she VfllovedWell Hammersmith evidently did read between the lines but withoutp the optical shriveling predicted for heIagain bis Inamorata in hu- milIty iud with profuse apology and hinted dint he ttOchildren and a wife alongVThis halt failed to secure even a nib ble Indeed It aroused all Miss Mau rices sarcasm aUd being a schoolteacher she had plmity Sle suggested 1thatt n wife with less care than he would In choosing a horse and shew a said that her present the clty gave her a holiday of tw mouths each year which was more thdn she could hope to get from him Then John Hammersmith wrote hisI friend that be felt about a foot high and had a strong desire to kill Miss Maurice But ho took dlit ther tack 111I Rtead wrote a revere It l nronnswl y 1 ithVtiiWI J fl uit iu Pains other Itt signs the w1st are back frt or side are narJy pains sure proof of female VJ neSs cold limbs nervousness etc painsmaythe womanly regulated i WJ savedVJthe grave after three 3 doctors aaridI I sta1lnzqenIeItIY bLtc1IesAdvtsory Dept The Cha1t Me4ldn Ila WRiTE O apply MrelePhneTelegraph 6 neglectSeeLiniment apply stiffness wonderfully Umbers muscles splint joints sweeney Sloan Hammersmith housekeeper Hammersmith st9eIIld addressed electlng employer from KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsJ lfOR COUCHi OLDS PRICE iOOTrli AND ALtH1OAfANDLUNGOUBLE- LVGUA2NTEZD SATIIFACTO1 OK XOKXT BXrUlTDED nile was requester to cense ms cum ors that the decision not to marry was final And as if in afterthou Miss Maurice told him she was t man Ham ISldcrlnguanother followsV you I couldnt make out the last of it I am gain Chicago to kill the other man D mlnedly JOHN HAMMERSMIJ There is a pause here in the na fillIaddiessesc- hum Helen Wells and her lettc so characteristic so eternally t nine thatit Is worth reproducln My Dear HelenvToH I am gain Europe sure enough but not on a boat I am going as Mrs John Hanmier smith and I am 00 dazed that I can hardly believe It Mr H came to eiUool one day looking disgustingly handsome looked tired to death and a fright We went to the thciter Nothing was said Came next night end John Barttett pcared also We played cards I felt thirtyiI tell like a gay youns thing of sixteen Or thereabouts with my tyro suitors Comparisons are odious but Mr H showed to so much better advantage than John who was plainly Joalous that that Queer organ called niy heart took a leap in tho New York mans favor He came thern next evening and well he woofd tae as- a 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