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eysry ltrrM 1 a Pu3 It fits vsaIiI 11 i N oJ 3APTIBT CHURCH asW3Ma4 faiitoi ruut1rLtYsT ssdy4at i a r4 72f1 pm 47 Ici even iyp rtt tJI a Prayer 1sU- nsuaytye4wgt J atiT4i deCk S LtT1AN uuac w r Pastor Ser kt itrth Siday Sunday iILsI g I ti r4a4 therd M t aL4s RAics sr I- = = ra v ccu1ia J fritvLorT uu t Yi- I j t ssd 1na- NoslcubQUC I PrsdWy2 DQ pi w r i 7w Jc t THE NEWS LI3ADEJt = 1 r IEHTUCKVwiuAJil2 Den11sr NOTES AND COMMENTSe MM vK tj ai1M4 ofa Hals Wrangler QKet a fe11r caine a travelli fiJ Ihirt Bijbi put tp th Divide ifad the cuiyt est clot on Amy white slab ever spied Gi s eye Reddy starts to kId im r Am thIrestowtooK partt 1 Jet ez If ti1 pore young cr Didnt have no h itter1j Well this taoozer shore wuzaancin toeattd as they say By tJltermttt nlpoppint Yulraow how the Golts I1p1ay4 Wile by Gollys oldest brother Wko butts in b t Faro Kid Aa I know yu wont believe it Jlutvereswot that yearIi4did 7 ulTItPer tk ainit jhe begin itYii could see it wiizht fun Ai fcejearnt sail a lesson Wkem we ast im what bemean All andgenlleiwyh 0 TMIr RGANI ING AQAIN The promoters of thEf tobacco pool sre hard at worfc to again rnizc the growers and to if poasibtej pool thfe cropof 1900 A meatiajf was held in Louisville iaet week andsteps taken to form r Union Tobacco S Society ATgsate oLthis society iits is said wilt go over the districtt for the purpose of securing pledges for Che pooling of the crop of this year The organization con tern plates taking in almost the entire tobacco growing country those Societies and associations which Ire said to be affiliating in the centralization movement axe Barley Tobacco Society of Kn jlaelkyV Southern Indiana Tqbac co Society the New Green River rob Cco Mens Association the laGr nIiverT bac o Asai- ation Plante s Protective As sociation in the dark district ptid the Farmers Educational and Ooppeiative Union ofVflart county We dontknow how the feeling a in other bacc growing dip tracts but the farmers of Wash iugtori county will evidently be slow about JBafering into anv movement to lie up their crop tois year The pooling of t6e tobacco crop again thisyear will jikeljbe a much morel difficult matter thuD it was Jasi season although the higtprices realized esD1H1ilsQfpooling I that the crop this year volume will be a record bfeater Evt ry piece of land that is capable of growing tobacco und ever avajl ablt barn will b brought in 6 service this year a dtbe chances llook favorable for aa bveriup ply with the consequent lower prices J l tt B IG cnopIti speaking of t the tobaccooutlook a pro minent tobacco dealer predicts an unusually large crop for next 001pastThere are two 4ree goo rea sonOne iat1J1the urley IDbCCUJ lIS uoW OUtOf5t5U1ndh o4eciaiser- s91tI iihir yeL ivel t 6ettetY ceTlijiJ iany years and tFiII- toociO j sto kuptflhe prl- t tjfjnl stilt be gbixt anlctmhe witurttlly w nis toratsea t 0 1iiQiIn 1Klngcrop Au 11Cisj that thcitai- itt ptcragtetexteu itni pr ttrree seasons batI cs pto1ndocvn b9tb n Ufant0rsbLrte5QLs11T3 J vs penliyears ri 371LtLS tfJl iY t l 1i- Ogl it rotewOt- ii thethataa- ers ipooedbocu- rlailed tbeir4crs will p1 rlSt y de ly qf L convinced thit1creag QJ rKe r5Tii e Mtme gentleman bei lUia V mahf mliv b tr uCOWtt thriist 14ti bre iit Ken tncky bet that fact dots not a1tosetherdepend upon any especial pabiliIYOfKeni tti1cky soil it great ex tentupon the faptlflU our farj mers have 1 arned b experience glowiJgrRn wherGHtobaccc peoplgin that and other States are beginning toexperimeitwith it Missouri is going to raise tobacco since this tobacco war in Kentucky has attra ted their attehton to it TlieMealeslMal ill lawn r is the one who always wears a frown is cross and disagreeable andisshorfc aodl sharp inhU answers Nine cases outjdf ten its not the poor fellows fault its bis liver and digcstion that makes him feel ao mfserablelie cant help being d sagreeable Are you in danger of getting into that condition Then start at once takiug Ballards Her ine for your liqerthsafe sure and reliable vegetable fogrilator Get 1t tee Red Cross drug store Why Working Women Do Not Marry 1 1n an article entitled A Sub stitutefpr Matrimony JIin the February Womans Homp Com pinion Anna Steese Richardson proves conclusively jbn at the ma todavIdothey thighs marry dovnofc earn a much money as they do Mrs Eicharlson speakswith authori tyse has a greater experience than perhaps any other woman iin America She concludes her article tli sl The business wonun of today jsonfiyinffm TiGial success at the sacrifice of domes HJ content and maternal instinct Is it Worth while Bravef ire lad ies often receive severe burns puting Out fires then use Bucklenjs Arnica Salve and forget them sponldtives chit pain For Burns Scalds Wpunfls Ciits aid Bruises it earths greatest hcai6ri QuJSkly cures Skin Eruptions Old Scares Bila Ulcers Felons befit Pile cure made Relief is instant 25c at Haydon Robertson Her Son The mystery surrouhdirig the sijpingtoi Rockwqpd Tenn of the body of a young man marked Fred Chapman a sailor from the government hospital at Las Ani- mas Colo t was solved by Mrs Ellen Short rf Danville Kv who claimed the corpse as her son He had been serviag under the name of Fred Chapman and had giVeil Rock wPod as his home Npmeroui paess nges were sent there arid the body was finally sent to that point Mrs JJ F Chapman uf that place hasja son in the Imy hut received mess age from him that he was weii and happy All the Chap mans for miles ground were call doR- ockoddiO view the bodj but declared that the dead man was no kin iOf theirs tyter all hopes of finding relatives had teen abandoned Mrs Ellen Short jyiswtd the body out uf curiosity i9dTiwas horrified ft identify the yrthat of her son who left InaK bJiny mpnths ago rHar r10aI tr ra1 A Cleltf iJ I g consists inpunIsIinz ton y when a child is actiidljvbad some mother- stbinkthta11 cryIng isi badness itsJ Snot 4i ettyoir 1abctjes look for pin O t 1 cu8e iIf cant 1id tIrn iytht WhItes Cttn Ycimifuge ag tiq chances arE n Jring from worms vc1rkept t Y and cross all the time t takesure in Its action it by Red CrORS 11rult Sdt1 Atiooffari seed lsto bjct for ji i 1irQ Han1CIp QQr Jditigrcu1tUrer tfr it li caught aIling seed tf lii whichthere are adulfer pt wbiuiay ifiODtffin the atg1 Qr weeclsl He jis going to J A conduct viporbus campaign to scp the imposition under the burden of wbich the farmers are noV jsji win weary and believes that be can help the farmers ma tfirjjally One farmer wrote to Mr Rankin telling him thut he j ougbt sorneeed wheat which was ript shipped until just before- time for sowing When the wheat grew Jt found to contain ainutt 16 pler cent of yHd onipnv No miller will buy wnoat which machineI theIthe flour taste The farmer who bougot the seed lost practically his entire crop arid he Writes to the commissioner to know itl somethiGg can not be done about it Mr Rankin says he intends to see that sxethingis done about tl andhe is going to con suIt with the Attorney General to see whafc tie win do to punish the firm which sold hat particu lar wheatITe also is going af tot frfirmers with bad seed corn Many leiters froth ffarmers over the state are being receivd by Mr Kankincongratulatihg him on the movementt Tbi is just the time of the year when you are most likely to cuntract a spvere cold and you should always have Kennedy Laxative CpnghSyrup ItJtastenearlyIt cures thfc cold by gently moving thbowe1s through its Inativepriofciplc and at the same ihpr for throat irritation thereby stoppinpcthe on b Sold by the Red Cross drug store J E ShelbY Brother A brpCher of the late Joe E iShelbyjof this plac died recent ly in Mississippi The following from the Eebanon Leader gives ian account of the death Miss Florrie Hood of tlii city very recently received af letter from tile wiclnw of her tjousin Thomas SheJby arinoutt eing the la t rs death which oc currqd at his home in he Stat o Mississ ppi on the hot of December last Mr hey was born ard raised fi Leba in His mother was Miss Su Chandler a sister of the late Mrs Ann Hoorjl and Ms Lszzi Chandler Elks brother Mr Ji e Shelby of Washington cunty tecently died quite suddenly a hotel in Louisville tjlr Tbo has Shelby had made his home in Florida for a number of yea s but had lississippiAhim rMaysavedibycolds croup and whoepi g cough Itis the only safe r medylfor infants and children as It contaiis no opiates chl1dlenUkeCareful- mothers keep a bottle in the house Refuse Sold J substitutesJJ HilWterb r Mrs W P Jttrritt purcha4ifl Jnelllrketfor12 I J Mr BrfcmlPrjther lold a pair dt mules to Mr J S Yaukey fbr175 v Burning tobacco Qed and plowing tobacco ground is the qrder of the div cropii thejtickMr Edward Hanby and 2 othrhae moved to their new l1lngsplacej Several of our neighbors have had their property raisedl by the Supervisors Miss Effie Coulter spent Satur djay night and Suuday with her Uncle Mr Samuel Coulter vMr Jim Scott of Polib has lajteo the conttact to build a new reside nt or JA Coulter oh the Mal kt tie turnpike We are to try to say Mrs Catherine UJark is still no better at this writing Miss Pearl Hickersbn 01 Muckville has applied rfor the Hillsboro school fortbis year Ialtr Lloyd Mattinglyriw of craggsville was in our midst last Friday tryirg to p1 rch sea- farm also and Mr JohnCro and Mr S teyeScott of Polin Miss Ellen Matherly and sister May spent Thursday e ening with Miss Eftie Coulter Mr J A Coulter and wife alsol Saba and Tom Coulterand- nd Richard Bard in of Scruggs yule were in Mackvjlle Satur day on business Mr Oiimsby Shewmaker has r turnedhome from Louisville to be treated by Dr Barneite of Mackville for rhevimatism Mr W S Coulter and wife spent Saturday nnd unday with Mr Samuel Coulter and family Mr W C Dudgen will crop this year wth Mr John Armstrong Mr W Hi Bishop has niovod to Mr L M Clarks to fum thisyear Ittrequires a proper combination o certain acidswith natural digestive juices to perfect a dvspe ia cure And that is what Kodol 11 a perfect dlffesterthat digests all the fed you eat If you will take Kodo for a little while you w li bo longer have ndigestion You then couldnt hays iindigestion flow could you have in digestion if ybur food were to digest Kodol digests all you eat It is pleas pIt to take act promptly Sold by the Red Cross drug store Mighty Jar Last Saturday tbq peopleliv jug in the neighborhood 0f Brook2 lyn Bridge thought an earth quake had opened up when dirt and rock to the amount of about one hundred ar d fifty sons broke Ii For 4 a Limited TImeJ YOU CAN GET The ionisville6 Times Regular Price 50O a Yeqr ANDTHE 4 TOE NEWSLEADER Both 0neYearFor350 x The Louisville Times Isi the Best Afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere Has good corps Correspondent Goyers the Kentucky field perfectly Covert the general news field completely Has the fullest market reports Send Your Subscription I Right Away 1fJhe NewsLeader not to The Louiiville Time Gyiis special low offer mayle withdrawn at any 1 timeSO GET IK NOW This raW k good only for MAUL eubacrip ibni and we casnoi accept orders for THE LOUISVILLE TnAI f ste 1 that paper has a regular a eat who fMrntabee p1 ers by the month t iI lloPaftersFor LessTlU Pics ifIn bora froffltbe clifs aadleUJa e i J bit JIdrtt It seems that hn tba Kmd wa built dowa the ritiw tawwrd Monday i landing an exeaYatioe was made into the ski ol ltt Cliff to get the roc for a bridft which wa builti cross UM ekhwhich leffths cliff oreriiaairtbsf Icu under whica the chitdrea of the river proyle oltea battt tbelr playhouses and had a eaeral play ground B tforteJjr when tht cliff hH cft HH on JICj fortImighty avalanchetlan d wtHtia fifty feet of the hoe of William I Grimes who naturally taoafchti 1 an earthquake equal to tbat el1 IuponI tbfV foot of he cliff aqd the rIver and none of the debris reached the water It is said that tbf lac ous Lovers Leap rock ii1 wrecked in the general dteeolM Hon Harrodabnrg Herald A Hi rrii NfMlJf i About ten years ago ray br tk r was held up in hs work kealtka f fhopelessConsumJl ff tLlpscomb of Washinjt N C xMe r took all kinds of remedies sad treat P mont rom several doctors bat fanM no help till he used Dr Xing Jfkw Dscovery and was wholly cnr 4 sfsix bottles He ia awltasa tod44 Its quick to relieve aad the Mrcst f l kelHiihagesLa grippe asthntit and all breckMc affections SOc and tOO irizitbottle free Guaranteed by RaeeR- obertson t f Public Sale OF Personall Prtptj Having sold my farm JS4on the Lebanon ss1rieiIs l turnpike 4+ olilM fCOM T b O and the sam 8 dMaof Springfield I will oer1orsII- on Ie THURSDAY FEB 4i 1900 b3ginning at 9 oclock a mt tile following personal prpfiertyr 5 Brood Mares one of thatlw- best producer of 1e cottt jip tile State one of her jBlbpriBlt having captured let pjrtpifts jtj the St Loui WOJd FaIr 1 fine Carriage Gelding 6 yewi old 16 hands perfectly featle for ad ies to drive j 1 Co hbinefi Gelding Zr ff1bla- 4 feyearold Hackeejr Ji11j 2yearl ngColU 4 wefudif eolle 5 Work Mule 3 and 4 HIS oa 2 weanling Mule Coltii1 Cominf 3yeeroW Jck white points 15 hands high weighty and well broke fcy Sampson he by Litseye BUck Hawk dam by Gladstone be by Parrott Washington 1 Coming 2yearold Jack white points Roman head has style and finish 14J hands high by Hamburg he by Dr McChord hebyGoyVooI dam ky Glad stone he by Parrott WhiIton 3 Jennets of Royal BreeJisBf 1 registered Jersey cox wbep fresh giving 6 gallons of milk per day 1 Jersey Heifer Calf 1 thoroughbred Shortbor cowiI4 calf 40 Sheep tChMter Whke orood Sows 1 Pjolawl JIIIaI Boar 8 Buggiesr sad Taarneae 1 cwohors Waf on Mower Bicder Hay Rake J Wheat Dulls Disc Harrow Hidli UulUva4or Plows Farming IspIentaani jGearing of alltirnds c Lunch will be served FfiMI on Ihe Day of Sale TERMS All SUM i 4 r1p Cash Over that eit l mouths time with OUaWe 1s Mrs JulUt A SuriHu Notio All pJI vlff dtiete gainst Tbo JYtrt AiUw tratoc olPrwItpiiitst tl tllfI a SCkwptdtbe er bti ni Felk 1t r IULSItp MQ LLTh f1J- ILar f t 1 J1 r r j 4 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aeeiioe of Brazil it reetdbkie eepwwaat oer western sJM rtfraec Qpaa try The aatife aoreee are of fairly good jiae bjit HMIitt aod style badly FariMrs Boect Journal It sWtkM ViaJ H k cOLac led- islIaga Geml fwrcwU h rssbcee aM craM bpt sf ftally TIM m edsd foe IlsDWW HM4 WiUh JUMl SWytv idby Ute WIICrnII Ite Hwi sT IIe7 pfe4g dtllcatftii irtLftlecaJ eeteetr draaMi which etifwfse Use iaiepeM of ita aadikxv rota beciaafB to Md ie fascinating atpry skill felly iMrtrayad aad eaiWlialMd with bright comedy M ooe that cannot fsiIto be rajoytd Tha- tOry iabhatofi artlitsdagb ety Diana Batfoar who Ifren ta epUdrsast She rfetiTei a p petal rrhlJefrtMaWtiBrl1lQ what saakimMj raalljr aoo ad- ii fenid at onee tXavjt Ii tafesp IQ lire wttb her boaaMd aod hb klw who tree btr laqet labile aalyr Uts cospenicosbipI bar cHMlie evaa Mlb9r Mid aba HyMn thsad fane sway beUaf IBM tbe ibejF bate kiUed her baba Yaan aflnr 10 a cSsyifiYlI I b tixworS51 4- turs oi ocatHojonial b1ti1 SBraoaftawrm w 1iDreUy Jtae4r taraa ip and aecotaea e b IMlMsw wife hsi eeeaeaitea unit it is pMVSt conclusively ThM does flot1lter Lord KuntonV t TTTJ 7 q 1Ulvltil J1f1W f G 4 1 I Jr ttlIrnt 4SPRINGFIELD I- eswbIisOie l a f a a it L 5 i ttleJ su ends wsI I 4 b1 K1 Wsb t 1W st Aai ae US1 pea The abor d be s- Ip 2 f opnI ass i 1 sitry iw j it fi fb g CUrri that r A =01 iotwe s I Ltf ae t J4IIIrMJ11I1 1lsI t tt 11 55 IiMe to carry it asy hittIies IWh r = 1 1ia1tts cM 0II e is- actI7atss t II J Jad css II t- teflois3s 1 uest P7ISpJ t ilan Th 7tJll II llA gO JjF I i Y- f 11M bis I tttIa s be JI U bO eels o i foar te from Sp Rally us4 o Iuj Fep N WPliDcat jO 1bkS J 1 u t tOll aMSy rtIn foid by D lOfea oW braU sr I i ifofk aajr ptary ad dr1 1 = are t jIDIr pwW lrtilr e bsiy ace utr fara gsio- drLs lOrefood ivrm jaare Byte dHbay pert i bysrbygibor 10year oW atk tent lilies1aNI r rears eU sy er oM waspa i 5 wtseolu a 011reprtbr OiMpiMi Daa IItGUf eoit IB Mad fI eattlaac If 01a tatfara aa4 fret Milk 8 owpW1a LLs Dtorpa koat Ira MWfc aaoat bhjIi Nss haT GM sspsrs- saI sW Dsj aad d M barrow t sed sripIi 8000 bseetaL Tis rwyr1LJ over 10witht jjiad 11 either Mi w fIIa oveai1 t i ars PI W W JroD- DrJto I oasr I2N4S All per J biW t I t M L1 8 r n ffI i U bsvsbnisdprovae IM ob sdM4 atsr- ainPerJmW ImI shgtou ar- etHGoert at etooOotiiftpHB ISMK7oeorbfoNIbe22Ddd7 This Jaaaary 20di 1909 M Q lieaohmen Matter Comr 1tyoedNtskePoleyOrtoj5zs- tive bowels besss resIr rviwfB a t aare to take purgative eooataati as Pokes Orino Laxative SMUVCI7 CS COflt1tjS Iaad slg1sh liver PIiast fSoW by Haydon I tss 7 i r w v r w v t THE N1SL I i I t r I lilt NWS4EADERP- urAwD f uT 1UMuLT 4zISPRIWJHBLDKY t LJ1r b thr f r 1 Jt gKIsY1IAW21 1t09 J cJ roPGE ib Jt tfiWrJJ LA e f Sr f t lf 1 iiW C1MiJ ritoz e J ElidMC srthe r WR tJQ ubect t tbe of Diocratic rtyv f Navt s brriaed t aoance S JaiacIdate 1 Sierif t Jiet aal ty1aubjeQttOth i r t C 0 he Deocratk party m waR m DSui3Je+ Gee Powell aa4 J3Jo Oroake 11 Ok A8SOR1f f f f f r F trrviL il m ca dWatef t a ADl ofi C oftJteDemocratic tN tto tMaetlii P OBiyu Deputy ElsI r fMi JiI ir JK o 1 L t 1Uqi rr = f4 j11 JsutikW 4a 14 b t jw t Tte dibr of we NewLeadi r 1 L 4Iedittobebd1t bci tour the buie iffirEo- J Ii bt j pj imiM ditorisii columns 5r Byb crtb rt riboiavep id their J 7 W ilefaf4pn ipot tajpT read rr1Jc a pibibd den Jt sithougiI iiiissiziwd it others rr t t try meb fe Iid Just now at 3 iiJ ths teBh al rattert year to I z riTmto jiiit not with s p1eai pifl de1IWs btat rath r with I I JilI ifI4 rd t UMLBkl We hve- r t rf aa4 thankful re1 1ff i otnty by lbs nuMerous dollar f Jf OkfOd cheer which vebeer i r 1piib1 pmr beloved subscrib J srs c Lat1 Monday was a banner 1yatte NwLeaderofiice in tt t f ct nd we Werekepllt i i2zi4 tskng nnew subs riptirin iriJ i wi rwals Wft feel thus sub c i Muti lly wkxMiraged to att i M1 d drttogive our readers T 3 iil1hls in return Iqr thlfr 4i 1 I I J v Jf appr L tIO I- iya4 4f The Court of Appeals hasre 1 Tttifed the judgemeot of the r Marion Circuit Court in tbetjase ofW ibenoe1J r Co conA t icted lor retailing liquor Tt F rt ce aUracteii a great deal of at ltiolI tWstiEe sHtoooiirredf r f t 4 riBg the neat of the campaign t i iorloc l option jnrMirio n coqntyTI 4 Watbio Company sojd iv ti 2TS barrel Of biVyf at tbeir dmtili Ji 4 firj io Mice Lee Later Lee if cie with neighbors and tjok j tb j iwi of 5Jiiskey away ini i Bsaidbottles The defendajits i j tYI Ilylb to the etrecttiiat t tbey would not be given a fair RtriI beore qdg I H Thin ii tJ anilthe egtiiar Judge bye Li r2rItOlt Qf pr jadlce sought o t r7cJ h Ve him vaeste the bencb4 vi Thsde Thsrman refusd t ttt y 4Coii of Appeals held c tat te T 1Stion f ivpv ai lh af i rj 2 CZtdJ the case ii8r ev ers ed I I Jw11 Jij iua le t 1rJgrJin o tJbs e 1 li troadL f t i That wasanimporantdeci tt i t Jt ion the KebtukjvlJ J01irt if 14k Appe1s which corstraed thr- i 4 7 i pirluigact iaspassedbythe 19Cnp p t General Asmb1v to ineati that il jjOmfa jay pQI crops to olb o tain bitri pnicLut maiui 11 i eirerl teuti and combine iiChdtrnic0 to enbance th ffiij iht their proJ I ctabe on I of I 1rtpJ jiei1f va1u The case ajS- h 4IeJ t wi i theT Cotmonwealth- iMtf frr aTg the ilijliBrnftionai Haiv i lltii 1erCoparoflj l appeaLfro nV r YjJo Fj 1h6 H4111 Cireuit Court Tih tf a r ol the corrny was ibo 1 tiuu acof 18901VM ijgd by the act o f 1906 fiti f Wi jfc the two acLi were jjn 3 9llr4jj1 r but fcalcOcnpAny go rrt 4frnm iht coastction- of t4 a trr th1ildId t i ftjki sJitrt1I 1r4 Jt a t fu ritt al 1aMint iKb1J7ILrkke IMh a5eve re edkt yi vb1ie tj je- twti up aasIstnce My urlfl ce r w 3kck Whit eaJ t aad fy f nig t t 1 VeiZidn V Iaj phiaI f csei I t1 t RaII I bsrfnJr 1 t WillUburg t1 1i kIriirJtMra JOSl Broi li teaMr BAB Qoodlett TaedaY afternoon I roftSwequeyf Qt 1 kyiIIe Pan schooll here Monday He- asa full schooll Mr Will Mrrett was m town 8Ines Tuesday Mf LraTr nIwlrrle v 101 ihville Tenn Wednesday JQtJI1s Ut t rLand acr Mrc Ivlre1iI r t 1e last eel I tIpi t t lfhl J1iiniJy Mi Lena searcv5 vfItth rI oer fatbeiv Mr Tom ReeS 31FsMledywIth1ttri f fii 1 t j EYEROIftTftEI n wtIstpn s a facoug or cold Ijttnnyj 4eumpiM 1 allards vniur thc troub1eHoreIouDdir l c9 pl Ied- ros dlugtor 1jj IiHardfsty SdIhouscV Sf aiQf fdiLi AfITexasJited friends arid rrla riieJ1n this vicinity several days teek G1eg9ryaudMrstiir6ey Minnie Williams who is very iil it the home df hermother Mrs fiiiza Mitchell Miss Tayla Goodlett left Wed nesday for Howling Green where she will enter cdlege Ir ciiiingMesrsMr Wilier Hew s7 wife i1Dq little son A B spentSaturday ght ahd SUndaywlth far Rich rd Snider and family of near Bloqmfield f t Mr and Mrs S GrHarde5ty spent SundaywithMr and Mr Hence Scott who have been yerv low with typhoid fe yed1We are dad to- proing repOrt that they are a r Mrs W S Y Go dlett and children attended services atM Zion Sunday moning J f t Mr JJdrScptr ha entered o- legeat l Bowling GreJii r V Mr John Kavs andAHssOphia arey were mnrdeda Rev Yan ersof Mooresyille Sunday af- eruron r littlebrtguetsof Miss 3elle Oardin A great many people liaye kidney iand bladder trouble mainly due to neglect of the occasional paths in tie ack slight rheumatic pains urinary disortlerfl etc Ieldyin such cases is dangerbu Tatie DeWitts Kidnfy and Bladder Pills They c relfor weak back Backache rheumatic pins and all kilne and bladdertroubk Sooth ing nd antiseptic Regular eOc i3oidby thet Bed Crps drug stor- cTathamSprrngs v r There iis a great deal of sick juess iu this cpnimunily TLe most serious iiii little Johnnie Rurkhead son ofMr andjMrs Joe Butknead who jis very sick WIth pneumonia balesMr Oharlife sold his stork in the sharpsvi lie stoi elf vtt Cha lie B Wraham Mr ti ahorseand resold thai tlo Hiiaa Burk head at same price Harvie Thompson bought a calf from Oharliei Gibson for SIO Jo Borhead sold a horse ib Jam t White for LOMr 0 0 Foster bought ac vfromMr Let elH Price unknown Mat Royulty sold a colt to taw liov ally forQO rMrj Joe Burkhead lostd fine milk cow last week iMr Jthn M RoyaltyaLdwife isUed tbeir daughter Mrj Henry Vandivier at Han odsburg tat Week Mr Cornelius Royalty and wifev of Shelb vrillni vhltttfl relatives at this plnce last deffT ly facnibaenovedtchaVnew near here andM1vunjrthvP- oIiukhaveof1 luovtd IIi lilv hpUse vacated uy duictrott JJld- IP nw has cliartf of ttrt re They are heartily weclTmed lir our midst ii Mr Wee Godlt candamr tve visiting reiuiies in ctti county x i I ihjjI3have MEMtrelseveral yea sat thjs placei o ttyEciuiy this rjJhursdayeare cordially invited to attendt One ot iba flb disas rtou suicides ever committed is this country happened atthhomeo- Lvaii Foster last weeK when the wetl DotedJast ruttnlugfox dohung hei self with ia chi iii1 scarce at ryThist cloehopingLet evtryone mak aq effort f andletweekler this f i N or SI k Eeiditclica ntyJeld rQQ1ddY to tile Influence 6t Pft illlea1 At1aIz P1110 S doses 25 cents Ec YV i1IuI = 1 4 4S i ts c fSe 2 f i 2 j L MOilday = y FebruaiyIt I11o nce All Extraorthllary 71q 5 fir i SSal1eI off American IritiMt g lofs Printedt d FarlCSoii qrT th c JtL li3 J rk ttf iJlifA il yo tv 7 ifitJiii 4 f tt isprticid r saIe we will shown the neiglbcrhood of two htindtd fTJlllwrIfferentstylsas they are One would scarcely believe It Dosszb1 do produce u c oattractJ and and color suchb combinations allrfiJi 1st1 as l Dv7pattern on good fj atso Iowa price ThE beauty ofthE1 good alone however IS notthe only consi era Vt Q tionoTHE COLORS ARE ABSOLUTELY FAS T feature that has made the Amen fJ 1can Printin Cos printed fabrics famous thecountry over C A oj Ii r S While aI thestyles areimpressiveiypfret the entirely new foulard silk and the V 4i c1 dotteqpogee effects are without thequestion handsomest designs ever shown In 14 i ths kind of goods and tHe beautiful dresses and costumes that can be made ftorn rt4 thrn i1 remakable Of course the assortment also comprises many of the more 5 1 f a Yardstaple patterns i in navy blues reds andgreyst YardiH t While most everyone uses the American Printing Cos printed fabrics for house v J ii dr sses wrappers childrerts dresres etc the vast improvement made in the elaboration of designs mikes jhposlH foi4fhem to be used in making dress esvthe kind one would ordlnarJlYInakefrom much more expensive rrVirfcriii I d t FEBRUARY FURNITURE QfcMOlXDrS B l f 4 j i OupAftOr IlyeJTtq d1earan er Jrt9J 1 I WHICH EVERY DEPARTMENT 1N S Et EN aE S t t r t c This qncs a year sale that for opportunitie to every wonjian and man within l r i t+t 11 yoii now want and will want for months to come vJl be offered at t tL J trJ p 1 330336 WEST MARKET ST flSI I LOUISVILLE KENTUGKY tf i 1 t J ri f 4i stt- Jtt t t oAd ShiverIJust scratch a matchlight- the Oil Heater and stop shivering Wher ever you have a room thats hard to heatthat the fur nace doesnt teachthere youll needa j J THE SAVES t cp commends possible chirig distance gIftlIke Perfectionr PERFECHON fiBeaterlwith Device Just the thing for blizzard time or between seasons Its genial glowing heat makes any room cheerful and cozy No smoke no smell smokeless device prevents Brass J font holds 4 guarts of oil burning 9 hours Fin islied in japan and jiickeL Every heater warranted The RT 01LamP Gives a restful 1studeour nearest agency scriptive circular if your dealer cannot supply the Oil Heater or Rayo Lamp Oil Company Incorppratcfl W T Hardins Chapel Mr and MrsBud Coffee spent iaturdny and Sunday with Jim wddriun and f mily M rs G W and Min spent jOnej r Ja mos A r de ou was ba ins a d of h y o Dr D A Crosby 4t l xis fell aid le- gJJqs eycea1 miIrs iUt ll1f ey brokfn u til he arrived at he Dotrs f htie where jt was iminedtitely s 4 and he started ror 1iomv Heis now dingr cicely Mrs flSLitey iis oi the sick fist JMri WillBarkeiandson were ihe guests of Mrs GW Fen VIeIC FdHyP Miss iBSSJe Sweeney of- viackyijle pentfl Friday with Hattie L0gsdori Slf G irr spen- qe day last week with his daughter Mrs Howard Rojtiiis- Tjie housa t hut i betig ereo lltd on Mr DayePufdoms farm vlli toon be compleied Mr H nryKham of Mck villa Hejnry Sftuuipps Idrm for 775 TVlr and Mrs T I Brewer hlctented a house in F uwlck idaruthbvnig 10 3it this Weelr We uncertainly bavingfliS weaUrMiE LIa Ma gip and lconaii Ft wieK1 spen t Thurs dAy jith their brolher1Mr irrge Fiiicfl at biWtflStOWfl 4 OUR ANNUAL SATi1 ALSO SrdRTS l EtLETHAT YOU A1YWIJERE OMOTf PR OEN- ior ELJGH RDEJfd IrruRri i Ein INVOLVES THE HOU COMM FEB Saving itselif bfthU StorGmiJsprices Equipped Smokeless A teadysoftlight Perfection Standard Fenwick dHULhter Monday h1eiiis Cocanou bought fanuary Mrs Masfgie LUsey and dilL drnsn bum and Ira of Long Run spent Saturday and Sun daj with H S Litsey and family Miss Battle and Hartfo d Logsdon sp0t Thurday with tlVeir aimt4Mrs R Pi Lanhaui Ahw Alfred Whit unn aud cbitdrf n pent Friday with Mrs Jim Ancl arson Mr ami Mrs R P Lanhain and family Spoilt Sunday with Mrs NillJie L gsdbn Mr ind Mrs George Fen wick pe h t Sunday wlhlrUieir pttccnts al this place RUlm rroporiJa wedding 1IaCCOOIf II his 5 t Awetcrjudggra1ikit1iVOre- on account of illteinper aud fend breath Dr Kinds New Life Pills would have prevented ft They cure Constipation causing bad lirefntb anti Lfvc r Truublti the iliiie nperi dispel colds banish jhoadachts conjiirfir hills 2Sc At jiaydon fePbllertson IsborSv l L J j Mr GOrgeClbivn ilf 1ll1IUois bbneibl th e ISd Sutton iarpij prict 1000 P y i 11riwdJterJaYburfi pjdt jog fbw days vitlr Richardl Si wnjajf er and vife 1rM ttr hajl Kelling sold bis farmto MrJQhf i3row r prfce lituWO V Albert Hi nea Sold ii Hdywirid ti vo pig toEj inksWnh price 2aMi Lona N61and wife sp ntf Sunday with Wm Hardin and w a J BACH SON5 CURPORTE J I I 1 ti 1 5SSS= t rt r SPECIAtSFOR JANUARYJ m ffrf r + f c 1r4 i r Again are going to give the people pf Washington and ccniMtiW aqi ppMrtiiriity v st I 1 1havei 01 f WOMENS C OAKS Wtnn1s Cloaks worth 5000 for l3 00 5W 6 J rig Cloaks wOltni500 for il04jOOr Womens Clonks worth 1250 for 850 r WQtn rnJs Clocks worth 1000 rot 090 Woinns OloqtrsvorJ SUOfor 500 i I Misses and hilde cloaks proportionately lower 3 4b AVE 1 t 1 t we r L i J J QItt lfi m IAxmitltSterCon s 75eworfe tB Sl wwth t11I 1 1 TapasVry e e 85c V10 J2 an 20 1 50 CMrpeis Paper Ie r Jur ii ta Bet 2 Trains 7Cc SOcplyIn v p Ourll7 f AiuC 2 12Lact JfOtbp C Ingrainsi 50e GSa r foot Opque1 Union ins 40e voith 6Qci HSe o root 0f p PlDIMa tss 5s I t i These prices ai e January only and lower Siwr OUNN1NGHAM DUNCANe2- v1T Ji P I iJof BeVer Greek Mr J1 A CJheris erecting a nice building on his plncek wtuch will add t the appGiiratJce fIiisiarnrMr Everett Sprrugsof tVil is burg spen Friday his siser- of Ihispuce Mrs Tom Prather hA Br Htiies was jri YOUr town Tu dayjou usiuess Tb death visleq the hojne of GD Jrair je4iind took aw heIr ihr a yair oW our was due tpheuibrin isarjR Mr Will OdIn oNewjor6 O1ILPSIS visUjn frlsitds Mwd reJi ttves of thlspiaCe VMrThbmH Setups will cjop thU y cf tl2ocp libdldnd M EfaiSeUps WIG l1ftiibCOt vfiiirg hi unc1qat Lebatioiure i- qii cftv and calf 6ft Oc1rsy Bros PI ice SvV i V iTK Mr er q11 lJl u fn5 a of Mrs Rosa flugtths price not pi en Mr Derwood Montgomery ind E Strgey Kapp rt jyrsesb tnj pu ilia t orl Mr Will Sutton sold his lot in I to5CbyinBrusPpice5r C tV purehasad26 bbl Simple Remedy lor Iigrlpp Rttck4ur l grippe coughs that ay deyeltip Ina pneumonia oynr night HoneyIan Ij dutijjeroab coudfUoa Is iiqickjy aupTlIrinprtlfl1y n dol RJQcrWPIt Jorest Vitw- Irart fc Js4Plntram of FalovI1iftudthi iic rr Pt EItni1tQnandsontwEnt 4 TS K 2191FOURmH fJHrJt 0 = i g LOUJSVILE r f ki i 4ia J q jW- p adjoining y a52750 Suits 2000 2500 Suis 1850 2000 iuis WOO 1250 iJf 020 j5BO i1000 Sai s 750 750 Suits 500 I 60 Lace CurtainsCjiv 70c worth 90c Wall ensJIworth 250 worth Iup i r for are much with angel jfBe death turnejahou1ie block Oder avectri OriL1 UMENS1800rSuits 10ruitsi20 CurtVMvCurtT4poatry irbnggisl j hn51RvIngtol ivlUs Nancy Tellihiton a very itedheri receiVy Nss MLi51 taQd Miss LiheGidinp 11 RycktrIL1UlI lUi t1L v gJu I j IuUIIrf Itt the pountytenddjthe residence pi Mr tII Ft au Jiug4asfc Mwnday nljiit vut viedlev hs quite sicit 6u lis tQwimprOying Springfleldl Mrs James McKlroy who i very sickl isSNira is a cpaV4 nurse n2S8pteBdiit pKByiwi Oi an A sav mill baa sioVed to Wpile ol logs Jkt M rlphttJiL ltifjX place and hiive Com atsitced yaw ing Thfere ate I yrsli pliespf Ii 0 CC jfJ 6 7Z Iz489 1 11I1 1500 byrtii JOOO blctoo 7 IOOJfL uil41II2 rIf I t iiJt1worth6100 wJtl 4tTapretry Scace 10rBest q n8Best tharrtheyhavreVer irQ T f j horse jug mstrolkprice3p aJqydavs1J been w-r= = IiigiflI isusiiIOihoiid A graa diii fpkrlngis bft idK done in ttbto o ijrhb rht od and tobcco bed tarfiwd and look mi ton fara rl Mc m met14ed4tbsIn I Itid to- iKl hireerocistIiyear FbleyKldncofkI7otbla44rtn rsaliztdinBddyiXvs1i t1HMMt ci l ktfng1and bldd r 4IIerdra S byHsy4iton KILL w MccE1 isJU wYskiIigsiwDcWry I Csr nici AJt TMII UAkAZZD UTIaFAOTcm 0 OY 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vorjiatls =tK Ja4II7rtg gn i lJt 1ec1ut Ioz nWDe c7 at 1Jt1b7 i UHIOM FENCE CO DsKa a City H n 0 L 1PbQI1 by r D Rotxrlsnnf c itI j lching Skn Diseases Art TWkdily cured byZ mo A KquK dfocexteriri e Zemo gives instar- iifiiMc1ft 1 djiraMHiently Gurcsanyiorf- 4ifcciiif1 f kiiioiScalR disease A tj Dr tMtfWr tt lor sample 11W t COir k Li MoMd f1fa Roeen VkVTy I FURS t i S sIYuwRssMvAsWS tii 5iIM Iussiii i j qIsLI4u W ISkCWSSV Jesi ILji ImLL E- Y1t1tJTV J J t4 irRC4i 0it 1IppgEto aftr vcer i Ty a J t tt the aU4t3Ja ep ota g sad wldi W hy ta ealtj tIdq tff 81 Uaydon t Iotocy lfi T IHJU iJrtlr irti5 ir c Loc lt1flppenJn s oT luterect i 1heFrethestaJd Latest I AHAb sit Yourself Friendsrr n 1 mill Acqiialhtancest tQT T BoTo Mr an1rV Kt Jf TCqfiltUr a fine boy Tuesday- th2h j 2 i F R NT FOtlr gqoc1tJ tn 4lionseln SprJD tue1nl t7f WSGCOD- 1 d Net f rl1 yCpt1- hPVCB h t1 W SlYJas qcz t sets jIs ecevedtt t i1flms jTle bans bf ntavdmonyl of EU1Tpbi j b rvl2nrvl lsjf i T Jtf cari3ugher daughter pf- M- H i J C anougher 61f B t Pexas epe marjid- evenibat yfesteiday the pqmirroQf the brides parents i f v V f The bans of malrlmony were published last Slihdayat Sv Hose of Mr Kent IcJutire tub Miss Claudia Blanford of SkI- KJTAMrin fViAirwtjlfVt tJbe pu the Qthof February 4V4k i Mr Byrfn Parks is in Louis villetthis week biiyjiug horses for Parks SjrnmJ That firm wall have some good ones to oifeir Watch for their advertisemuritin the NewsLeader v next weekr t FoR SALE Eleven good work mules a tine three year old Jaqk and a weanling colt Will sell bf trade for other stock TF KEENE Route 5 Springfield E Th e R d 5rosdr Lstore say your monfiy backif MitJnavdae inotrcuretdyspepsia sour stomachy ick headachpisbelching pf gls rrh remedy i harnbas cured thoosv ands Only 50ca large box Mr William jJ iHoskins died of tuberculosis ath home in d mph ltsvinp last Saturday tai beenig ef fol monlh iadv corifihedj 9 hrs 1igqm and d ithwiiIn unexpjed He Ie1Yefw sans anddtn iiteroy tileside liis wife whowas MtIS eorgiaJarboeofthispace Mr T Scott fayesrrh ssola iis farm atV Valley Hillj ti Messrs Byron proake acl denry Offutt afc f1tJll qre The farm is a part of the blo- 5harpe plac a1ad contanis about i a vi 2V J iV 20q es1 r fa e ur as a the4farmabut twci 11arttag9 tC6 an acreV t t Dvtectjves ffrom Bow ling fHet 3 mehre last week and tooltini to custody a nogrpby the nirof of Georg CIintonVaIiasJ R JOH who i Sttidto be ylrittdh VI11ownJ3ntlechargVLtfobt ainirig nipniy udrJtIa pri euses OlintonrhaqU been hexo t r several daysandwasu clothei leiier t t Mr H T Vrgin and Mt Fairy Lyddone two pdpulw ytiu ng people of the aU I neigjlf orhood were nurrifd in tHe par lors of the Louisville H6teli iiI Louisyiire on last Wednesday Hf ei6oonf Rev W FL Wiiliami mthisptace accompani d tli young couple to Louisville and Ift per1omedthe qeo ftMiss Gpha Carey and Mr JohIZys drpve over i0j Rev Yrcfey and were marrifdf 5Ta1L 24 1909V The bniaei is Jaughter 6t Mr John careVf p Poliq and thajroonf iS tlyf 6 pfMr John kuys of MtZoQ- your CuVresspondenc joins their nany friends in wishing them ipeacefulaiid happy life rc Mr Campbell r ports countv cpurtdjay lond t y asb llug ej- ittefloedbuib1thenaijft on hor ies rath Craggy lots of plugs fr mSSrUpto 00 good horsejs- arigingv1n r prices frQm 85coliSS- jer head mulesalittfcl sloW VSaIes1 pair of 7 andH i ar- 3ldhorse mules 175 1 pair alt mall ear old horse niu S 490 np cattle ntlie1 larleLand- onsiderable call for sine Tbi earcy stockand wagons brougUj IirprJ s j e r S IL daDpbeJirJ3 orlJit file of AIefRicitpttI sUfiff on last Friday as oBiflg well endedjtnd eyeryt1in Aid gf JnteeJ3 lontJhSi p3ste r cultres ar 27 pO pet1Jadt Jsey cow OJ yttrini JiseS7 iJf pPg ld wi5Umu1ts high a akte S4 1i4 Cpptl au r p cts- tie lvesioIkuIe iVl hJiiicfdttyUafe Bipirns for Osceti- jj ynolds as beiug wEll atteudtu and eyery thing sold guod Otii tDPiose8 I I p fVtJ eiiry J4Vettniniares jp psOld ibmugbfe 35a forth am4 oue oiti gray mare n tOl nt gllJi1i s s1i2o onooldV 1frtcy pv 2jlj tff mn IJL psqld UJ rgR ope hay 50 toJxpfi The Sun Changes tfK 1 t T b sr J inii sfbJj- JJirtti t tbi l u fQ1t 3 ftshoiind iiIia beenL 6 wjfied arid orntiby Hiv Jt fft r ROgrs bYe 1icnEdp 1 1l grnd willetc to rr Huitfi Lee Smith who ljus assumed ruUr hargn as e4iorrid wnet 3tv Smith has ban cdnnecbed II e thrYl 1beSUj1tprosper awl ei biDcge in the future as l h JJtiq ftc bun gement of Mr Gore in lie past h Gore is to go to Louisville thejnei been bf1rd tbQljhip of aI dew Sunday pVpir Kir Gord and his rfaroi jl1Jt emttdemny sll1Ji J stayhertVVJeAve yitrir 1inf ic V AJRound of Amusement Jrhe Star A mus rn ntGoCon ttntits to thlighL tfie6rg i dl fiSg wWfchj gafhr ightlyat Jibe Opera House Tha feature thig d week will be a oneact musical comedy d aiba TOcIo ilprfs Return or SoQthern Past met1 under the direct jon offfGiTW- atfl assisted Jby a select com pant This wilKbe put oh in ad ditjoh to the regular pr gram to night a d SsturcayniglitV A new supply of attractive thepgood willl be presented every ni rhtu AmtfnK the wtpfJs are The Gu Ided FoolA ndQf a Ghost and o Lef qJ1tl1y a s Ooh IlImtrtcdt sung wfii continue ome1HftheH Beallv I ThinkYtnreAifu11v jj- Nike ur IhLat4l Stot 0- tH Youre Ptctu a gs ftHjnenj blV1 apd a nfftub rpf otIeis- Regp1rJ m1ttttinefywbrinps- day and S rdY1itnppP be ginning at 4 o Prices of 4nfj jQRtOanc1 t 1 tS htSj rTjB many rrjndsndlrLt tivas in tiscjtintyaf MrrJ1Q frs 1YtHlttri P atHBtRoqnti thld 1i5ird wth IOGings 0- 11grctp p p s O n gn iviked bj ulitiiii youn Ofl Lewi Hrrged hirrOr ftJUr 11s t his Ife XOU18Hoys aksltot nidiknd by a shtfrom va phkoiI bih i aslici- ti5lsslyli l hanaled by a youp- uegro t boy who Jilasiat the Hays i3tiejilid who bttL1bun pIJy mate of th H j if boy Th e tragedy occurad ton Sunday tiling last birtJie filias ahSentitLilpich 1he tileHJ oof it seams had fiieftov ored tie hiding place of flhfe TathersrJni to4ilhEsl peeSit Howfts cymbiting the charleditbei boy fit ih nv Y ol pa sjos don arc11tnd entirely tlirottgh the body Yotnjg Hays stag fra a few sjspsrbards his homevani iell and ejcpired Thai eoTeeth OANQER out tracted PAIN uII lj No Chlrgesi when p1ztes- are wanted 1 LIVWORKVIIISt Done in this Office is nrstsclass riY ry csptctzjndjustasad 1- ivertised JtS J iii tfQ Jtg tiY 2 ajput17- Iyearofxg and + cjam yas whdsnaitidIsalmost with fettr and grief and could alc4e f cmprehens- iveflVV bhtf tragedy Both MiandMrVi Hays are natives W3hingon county he being the sorfOftftfe late Judge David I1i iiHnyst Mrs Hays was a t a avittr t daughterjofi of ihJf dbunby The funeral took paoe atBd im field on Monday bit friQoh The editor of the- riensNews Le der joins m my tin extending sympathy to the bereaved parents 1Horsele 1 J ThWFburth Annual Cbrabina j jr ffciori HotieJtle will take place on Saturdjfyt February 20 be ginningataiO oclock at Boblit Bishops hvery stable Alll persons basing horses to sell i t getIready enter in this sale AJlarire number of huyers1 winrbe on hand For further information callpn BBLlTT J3ISHOP t ljAl N TArp orSv M CAMPBELL ir sii 3FotSale or Rent fIA gopdseven room dwelling on GVii icy avenue for rent prior salel Water flVgood garden t and outbuildings Apply to LV T D TAPP ERSONAL Mrs JEr Butler and son Co T Qntl fAlaleft Tusday4r their horaeaftfer spending a week wjthMr and Ohvybro ke fMrstWoD IIJ Gpodlet t who came week with heraurt10Mrst Amanlljii PPstrr is quite ill at the lAiter home and is upder tlie cue offDr 0 arence Mudd Jvlr any hgbhurles tII Mc Inttre reifurh d from Meade C0UflhtSt Thursdav after a visit tift Mrsfe41eTi ires parents Mis Joseph Johnson and chil Jidrrn ofTpftnisvSlle lire visiting heratarftsMi and Mrs Jam s flillVVV ll I Mc s W Hv Sallee of Danville Wasau sfe ofaMrs George L Wharton the latter part of last week j Gfeorge ohcsci cir ofI Ilrs j isat The Walton this iweek AlfSr Chescheirhas many friends here where she and her family arVgo pleasantly remem ered as former citizensi iiMIt3S Ethel McOlaskey of Bloom field is visiting Mjss V nd Brown Mi ts7 McGbbeRpent froin jS urday iuntil Tuesdwy witH his fkmityher f t sl Wnben 1Snonwas9Veron Bro vlvas calledMrs Ardje irtn Enid Oklahoma list week by tlieptriqlis illness of her siter iMrs SUphtn E Brown r Letters 1j retired f otq Mrs Bown sinca i her arri val stn e thVt her sister iisj in a precarious condition the illness being caused by cancer H r Opeja House i 1 l Friclar Night Jan 29th I 1 Jed Canton TPresents rltI 1 ttWASHE i BLAME S41 1 t arajntltton B11WHA M C3CAS beautiful story 4 jrjp R A r0NrE 1ENII n CastIJJthecj1TJJtzwor In your makcutCyouTviIl I Ughtm ToiCTV V Jf odjbeartlrai a teuileV spot this play iirrbaChit iy kSVVVV1V VV 4JiiI SS Ql 5A AI cI L Jed Cross DrugBtore m i1kV iPtlces 25c 3Sc tnd50c v I r 5SJ pt the vertdtaud Mrs Brown have a host of friends- ofVfrifldSnd I relatives in Ken tucky who regretto hear of Mrs Browns serious illness Mr BlB McBlrp7 made a business trip toJLonisville Saturday Mr J I Wimsatt of Touis ville was eon csund y and Monday to visit his mother and sister W L Cambron of New Hope yasintcwnthefirtof the week Mr Henry Lee left last Thursday for Oklahoma City where he expects to get employ ment as book re perV A letter received by the family states he arrived at his destination Friday VSMr A R Shultz and son 1 Harry went to Harrpdsburg Friday to visit Dr and Mrs J B RoBards Harry remained at Harrodsbnrg under thecare of Dr RoBards who is treating him for an injury received in a foot ball game at St Marys last fall fJudgej man sp nt Sunday with their e daughter Mrs E Carl Lltsey Mr Henry Royalty left last Saturday for Bowling Green where he will take a cours inIboo r keeping in the Bowling t Business University i Mr and Mrs James I Royal ty are visiting at Harrocsburg Mr Wat7 bn Simms spent Sunday at B rdstown Junction t Mrand Mrs W E Leach man spent Sunday with friends in Lebanon t Mr and Mrs L H Bellbaum have takea roomsat the Springfield Hotel t o tIJeff Goatley will leave Monday l for Manhattan Kan as where he will enter college Mrs Bessie Reidel and daugh t terj Nellie Ruby are visiting relatives at Bloomfield Ky Mrs Ella Montgomery re turned the first of the week from ardstowp where she was 81lof81 Joe McCiaskey arid GeoBach lor of Bloomfield were in town SundaVi Miss Regina Rodd left Monday for Bowling Gmn where he wilt attend the Normal Schoolt Moris DurrQtt lleft Sbnday for Hot Springs Ark tofbe treated for rheumatism Mt and Mrs J D Coffey of Greensburg are visiting her par ents Mr and Mrs G DGatlett- M i Hamilton Lewis of Louisville was a business visitor in town last Friday and incidentally visited his friend Mr TJ A 1lMcElroy Messrs John W Lewis and W F Grigsby att nddcourt at Harrodsburg yesterday Mr George Medley of Owens bore i at home this week Mrs George Edelen is visitihg lqer daughter Mrs J H Hayes in Louisville Mr and Mrs Haves are rejoicing river the arrival of a little son at their home Mr Andrew ponn1D ham spent Satuiday in Louisvilfe Mrs Harry Shaderwill return from Louisville tonight Mossr Lewis and Bernard Smith have gone to Denver Colo for a feiN weeks visit and fom her they wIll go to Kai- sas Mrs Jatncs Haydpn of Bards to vn iis visiting her dLlugntel Mrspeoilavdpn Mrs Leo Hajdoq Mrs James Ha dOd and Miss fda Haydpn spent Satuiday in Lousyille Mrs Kate Williams speftt the weekend iu Louisville J t VVNotjce iI All person having cla m against the esUte of John M lal eseJpc e sCd will present same properly prove u to me uo Jiter than Fb26 1909 HARTWELT ETBERINGTON A mi istraior of John M Mayes ti iP DNO1IWiiIistur Ky Robert Billiard tbe great ad or says There is nothing better than Hypmei for the relief and cure of colds ptfDchialdiorder catarrh et The Red Cross r drug store guarantees Hyomei 100 complete outfit includlng inhaler VThe Truth Every person inlthis city who is suffering from EczcBja Pim Darid ruff rany form ofskin or Kzlpdfs ease can find reliefl and kejKrtiynt ly cured by Zeroc a des liquidfnr external ilK Al IaittsecU ZEMO Haydq Robertsgn 1 J NOTICE fARMERS Having purpbased the business oe Shewinaker Co I desire tu announce tothe public thatlwillb- and1 Buggies VS Wgons r Wire Fence Lwilitna1a specialty of the celebrated MOjJL Wagon and the AMBRI3 AFIELD FENCE My Prices will be LOWER than the lowest and will bear invest gation S les rooms opposite B iblitt BUViops Sable AC KIMBALL SPRINGFIELD K Maclcvillel t Mr C l AvhUeiiouse had the- misforturiecf having two i t his fingers cu off while holding a grub for tiis son to cjut down Dr Bartlett bought of Mr Henry dilton a nic young hors- eor140 irl v iiapnsThose present at the pound party gi yen by Miss M y Haydon report a good tune M Mat Hilton sold a mare 10 Mr Ben Hrdinfol 130 and ought a thrsu year old filly of Mr Will Shewmaker for175 Mr ArchirSweeuejl asmoyed to4 wn We all ej tend him a hearty welcome A good many from this place Springfield s witi pretty lively IM l Jeff Macherlv bought a mare from his fatter price 100 The sp jng l ke either of the past weekas caused a good many fa mersvto gtbnsy plow ing and burning tobacco beds Miss Edria JpchraJn spend the diy with Mrs Gertie Hall o- fSpringfieldbfuJeavinfor a three months isit in Indiana ON THE DEAD RUSH An Experience In Getting Acquainted In New York Getting acquainted In New York la thus dlscriie J pwn man from Atlanta He brought n1loFtcf QTIntrpdnctl to the person hqwus tit mectlntthe lat ters alike in nssaa street This the Atlnntaus report to his houseICalled at 2 1111 Boy on the gate askedymy name and business Gave him the letter of Introduction Boy re turnel l and told me tOtIt down Sat dfa vn twontyflv minutes Saw a man conn outot hfa office and break- throughh the gate as If he YnEl chased byhiiesIV 7 4WIis the man from Atiauta who wants to see mei asked the hurried iridlvldual X UIII am the man II replied trying to act as If Iwas also hurried Come along with me said the man as jlie grablied me by the arm Ue drigedm through the nviln door Into the hallway Ot caught sight of a de scending okVtitor and sbrleBed to the man In the ear to stop 4 The door of the car slid ajar and the roan who had me bythe arm said Come along lets get acquainted as we g6 down By that time thecarhad reached the lauding on the main floor As the door of thor car was pushed 6acji the man who bad tny letter in Mils hand said s havent had time to read this letter but we know each other Come In day after tomorrow Ive got to make a train Ill know yourfrbej we meet again Good by ip fief ore 1 could Say goodby le bad turned the corner timE was out of sight Thats business Mn Nev YorkSuec- esa Magazine v HaciTwo Faults Uncle Ilemus besides being an in veterate horse trader was something of a waj One day after fewappfng a rather disreputable looking nag he said y NoTC stnuiscrIU tell yer fair dat lioss hulrgot twofaults And mbrA too RUCSS assented the oilier But what art thcyf Want cf be gUs out in de field hes dp Imbdps boss UT Ijetvh yb ever seed an when yC ketch im bu aint wutb a cuss1 Judge A VeriatfloFelIowV A young man wants situation ns- oddmlmor imjr of horses Kirkcud brightshire AdvertiserVWe Jiave nn old revolving cage8 It he would care to come as three whit wieLoudou Iunch Doctorssay fake Cod Liver Oilthey undoubtedly mean Scoffs EmulsionV It would be just as sensible for them to prescribe Quinine in its crud form as to prescribe Cod Liver Oil in its natural state In ScottV Emulsion c the oil is emulsified and made easy to takeeasy to digest and easy to be absorbed in to the bodyand is the most natural and useful fatty food to feed and nourish the wasted body thatisknown iamedicHie todayFNothing can be found to take its place Ifyou are rundown you should takeJt Send this adveftlsobcnt together haaof paper llaAvhkHttweaci your a4ire aed- Loir cents to covet potbife aad we wilt csd you a Complete IlandyAtla of the Worlds BOVN 40PtarfSt New York j I Jr 2 a t eir1rg 1 f NEWCOODSIG 0 I ATP EEEOE r I fBIQ STORE 1 II- II hamsNewEmbroidiePercales Madras 8hirtfnff etc Big stock 94 and 104 ShInRaBlea ah and BroVI n Cbttonr Bdtkklng I andTOBACCO COTTON C ii Big gCutinPricesI t I j 1 I f r J i I I f f ti v and Skirts Men s and J Boys Suits and Overcoats Just Received Large Stack I Ladies lUBlin Underlel1dk I Qet r outr prices befcp buying anthIng II ourline VV I WeCarrYJheLargesJr Tv T Stocks in Ceniral KerAcky t RoBertson Clajbraofe 60 I WCORPORATEO ei S- jIt fin i Good Confection j o 1 That k the a- 1y kiiJ to Js t W r in our plc for w pi i 4 c iclre oo the frbi ad J f t quality of our t iPruitsI Candies Iud CI1SC7 7tit fJ Fresh Brelll BakdDilIjk j j i Atjour soda fpwrtalii waw itpared at allfiitf to aariaftdrinks Coca Cola Bet r w 1ateetc vVX l r iWe serve Meals in the j 1t cr t iq t 1 good old home tyhji Qy ters always fresh i f j0 j ilertleins Confectionery i KAT1ElWLEI 4 PS PNpJ If l u i 1 IIOur Great ffidWintef IIClearanceSale 1 Is now on and forbPrt tiijriei w I will make Prices which will moV- thfe Gpods r h fVFor the Next Ten Days we wtl I make Special Reductions on J 1 I I I II I toICarts 1 1 1Grunpg11- L I IiiT TN M cii face Youieelastf you had q ac too tnsnywien yohave Newaifla Dont you 1 Save tilS faee yow r need itj t4etrId of tke tfttoralpfc oyappiyinff Ballarda SM w LfklntM Etteateuatfcm neuralgia burn cetea ame back and all patjwat Re1 CroMtirtigAlOrc I t itItt SiS r ssv 41sW J illlnrf4f 1CauIr 1 T1r WHIT tYennjeN1a WORM IEMEDY i PSIrE Mac l IItIaSfl M MMI WTt sll4 sw LUIment Co I e RED CROSS ORufsiO 7 N 7Lw rww Tii T tteumatism Recipe + A I IUtdlut n I 1 J JrmaVL abIe hs tl IIIItn wbteb toy J on t i4taiiri borne ILI hI u adIiotlc Cueju Kgui 1 tie Qpm p04 fcyrmp ilIOIl Il w Wi oJ11JJIa1f lpbbi 9 eck ad al b thft it ps tba lb JjRgYeJieIW 4 mm WoWioed frotn aiiy jpo1Jo rpbirmacy at mall- iElog qt vegebIs ez baIIrlqk keatfJ pome tlmoct any oaat of i 2L saeUb p1llaIMIU PVIb it iHJf IHB3 bss wTpii Iee1i t Qtil Mrmaeot resils are Md a1d wiibottfc injuring tto KlMMieh 1f1nJetthere are 11r 4i7 DCH4thSUS1Mifl r- ett K i rrIk ihM ek- eflS r of whietodo give relief i ipiJty iW pie rhia tnt wulUl k IbSbSSwHInootbL he 11 MiMlbIt jMf ilvw btrt as this tioM- Inqoiry4s1f atllMi drag xtoM of tL 1Mb oebborbood eijct tfce IBi j v moe ibM 1 e drug are ean be boqbtp 4i t ASnI7 00beruc iaY here i O1IrrJ = i fi MCKHAMfES r Jt Ta w k tIeudnbOb fi J l Otfwrc if3 MTe a grist bywhchtbyarttf J e iMi oiily ta cemMctkHi h rtdi tiMki Fer Jaetee Wee me dont Jikr io be called niw Mtoifa aa tJicy appear aeiBctteea AttJMflJaftl MMUoiy tkerr n eg jnJ MtbetD ca1- 1I WUTIMD HHt psitfrvlaity toad of MUskipHKU tbe pMpec name for their =t Mtsalr7r cf IIMH Ji grist Distaste for the a tt c1for their repre r tIis U iuUtOcK or ether pobll At the TJBiversIty efCfif StsWadiettbenaaefr 1 fttreraky sometimes ap J lI APS Mt M ttro gly opposed to t ut atPlTdo not Hkt th ta tltk 9iMrarsfty Ie Pennsyl J Svauk as jwM M plain PeBnslvl1 f P M ibr preferred to either 1tTnJlIIt ObIcao mea uGopbers tor MteMMeta MlN nHtPr Wis S idiiiiti OrmUMkere for Ke t bti We4Tere e t fer Mkbigan frt r Mr tile isea of lUteolg all are r iiiMi that are popalar at those col JiHt sad art isd by the en there hi if kiac ei their own teams In- Sis4 tft a ajMM cttltltecl with r afcfciiiiana the arMtiffe statemeit re t W a cejijftrcuce eoitege Is puz n M4il the almost entire lack r MpMout 1IissNework sun j + THE DOCTORS ifteNWt y ftb Mgieal lJ PrllllllIR1 To tethe edkal1MoteHl tll fo t A iMiif taaLjmovk Mble company ttnJMm ba t wM ted hyVfll iato the jErSwiee raHir wMr fttkat1 ihtt awrArlitotl s rro Mki by p tbeteflw ef iBt ity Look e t at then a tKey are iBtretwced oae l y J7CMt VW iw that a fe rth of kiyaaitr IhistyiOsji IB medi f iJjk aIWOf bot meRIppoc laMs k there riM student Will not Pt m to bto payee aiw to learn what whas to be tsuM BMdera text boots C c 1J rdssroorsthewlildowelltolay to hssrttbesqIt prided the Ia4 fit 1IMi6 te to ihalng up tii- iiitIa is4 o tho af4onts of tlit- a Hlpcrmtic school With purity and MWi hplltaMt the candidate t j a tf kw r 1 will pass my life ripricuee iayrt Uto whateve housis I eater f will jo Into them for the baIt of UtekkUI abstaine m IPNai myy rafiiiMry act of mischief J t i lJiltthe ssrso4on of those ffhl hare edorge l tb boends of his S f e the WwlHit will aiwf with a peat army cmotI whokae kept the tjiIrtt tIt that fth iHMkr klher sane ties i wp effeit et the itfoaeerK Who the mediaeval poet consigns to f iiMtr lat jhte taf n ii lwewus thpughj i 4tlwyhI notlbeeri 8trAfe amIer SimpsonIili t Ar nd1J ft t f1nJ IiYda SptTin lc1 =u Dt RIoaas tjhelit aad Veteri Jbtf Ve we11 known all pMr Tby liave sa iJ t 4fr l koeses edl J psvseiet laititutlea lAthous ftoKerte of ICeemca 6 at Ife 1 Box 43 wfiteiI1ar yyr Isoa horse i adj6 ccfod a tboro fh t tI aureea a spyle M flhsapathiauasargtr as a wr J Wtirif Slag LiniI Si4r JetrMiaisdrf LiteatIbaver known r 1CltMw XuIff Uui ISefJ4Iv09 Ikeip tIt a f f rfi1t j fc Meoaayisrseman Ada Sues BPHUM Mass 1LJ 4Changes Mind at Altar 4 BMt Mkt IW Wen Hmter Puts lmp inuit Questfonc i ts rtr t Fn ds Say Ctrtmony WiN Be hnfchtd Later Waft a BMOMttt I Ive changed my tted M datf fwaat te jet rried MtM JtoM B Btrfc a p ttyW6 d i et M WMi 7 1IM- dtIoIa 1ritktialil Mskment afld heis ftea wt tint eewwwiy by ikk jibe was to Ibeceme the wife tO4fve It Bray a jpf farmer of Avaissi t Vt Hvt elfJJ 1rYfDe Ute Brtal ter wJsr wA boUt tetlettMk5ot waa pt rtlettJI baa learried more than tiaS epnps dwrlni hte ralhtetry and vras tbe iritfims a aaatdea bad q1tf The cornpte arrived in Tashlngton on iMf early train a both appeared at tttcewtfcouae procured the neces airy Ifeeoae from R P Betew niar riape flcenae clerk The pair had pot found a minister but this was soon ar niaiged and two hours llater Rev ifJr Irvine appeared at 445 Eighth street tItwe Washington where friends jftte couple had gathered Wjen the jKoapccUvf JxWeai1d bridegroom walked up to Dr Irvine Miss Bevis was observed to turn pale In a whisl z Encounter With Wildcat f- Atter Bloody Struggle a Dark Lonely Road Danville Woman Killed Animal v Bare Hands Againsta Treet ft a desperate encounter in Pine Jwaiap jkollow three miles south of DbmI alIr8 Jeremiah Altwater slew single handed the large wildcat tiatVbaa baa thatj Mrs Altwater had been at the bed side of a sick friend and was return lag h9fDeShe had arrived at a place la the road opposite the Pine Swamp pchoolhonse where the trees arch oyer THEN BEGAN A HAND bead and shut but even the faint light pf the stars- Suddenly a heavy fqrm struck her on the back clinging there while she reaching over her shoulder was horl fed to touch the fur o an animal Acting quickly however Mrs Altwa ter the wildcat tore its claws from her dress andidashed It to the ground with all the strength she pos ieiced iSlightly dazed the big cat was up again In a twinkling and then began a Jiand to claw encounter backward Wise Insects Are These TJiaUCan 4fDay arid When to r MealsAnnoyl Frenchman Family Bees the most intelligent of the In sects and among the most inteJUg tRllvlng things have a remarkable knowledge of time Auguste Forel a French apiculturist has proved this much to the discomfort of himself apd 6f his family t was the custom at his house to serve breakfast on the terrace In the open air at 7 oclock The family all ways had preserves at this light repasts and these remained on the table until 10 At noon the midday peal Was served also on tle terrace but at this meal were no sweets At 4 Po m there was a light lunch with sVlrectsv which remained on the table from onehalf to threequarters of un hour bouf 400 yoids from the terrnco near Paris wau 4 hive of bees One dayMrForels took phxred n dish dfk thesJJtottitflowers and overlooked the f rrllce In h wagtheeatsucklJ1gfruits The fine thy had incited tthe bees to visit the window as a regular thing and one one of ugoliIHeartless Gamblers The gafltllng smdotheridays led to most outrageous beitlus aa to which Wnlpolo tolls what he downmcarrie4e bets orMtt attend him his ministrations were Interfered with by the members Lc airecttheBitlful Saa DiaEil saikiv lost at sea are sold Albi3rl4ekt nany a nltitct giUt lost of the lots ire coataiutd in the regular sailors ya pU luarcd with thp nnuie f tW sliiii frm wLlu 41cy come ti Is t irstjt4 f8Cf nuctlonSjVfiu Hhrrc alp tt CSI c ttsr vtt t2ms of guV a o aJe lhw fch the recOgnition of omar obje t- JEiiii= Cajj per she sId she felt as though she wwM Ir Irvlse began to read the jfiarrJase service The vital questions were about to be Mbed when Miss Bevte declared she had decided not to sarrySke said- ehebad changed her ititaJ during the reading of toe service and had mined her action be hasty Mr Bray was astounded He did met know what to make ovVof his Intead ed wifes actions For the time being he was a broken hearted nan Miss Bevis confided to her friend that the marriage bad been planned too quickly and she bad given the sub ject reflection It was Intimated that the couple had eloped from the Virginia town After n long talk between Mr Bray and Miss Bevls itwns announced the wedding was Indefinitely postponed The young man paid the usual fee to the minister and left the house Later the couple returned to Avalon on the BJimetraln They have been friends many years und friends say Will undoubtedly be married on and Pa by Beating Ittto Death With terrifying neighborhood grasped and forwav iicross the road last ing fully five minutes the claw Ing of thi1 eat Mrs Altwaters hands and tact were badly lacerated and her clothing Wits torn into rlbbo sSeveral times rhe succeeded in throwing the cat away from her only to have it return qulkly clawing and biting more flercily than ever Almost ex hausted and neatly fainting from fright slu was Bole to secure a firm HAND TO ENCOUNTER fluemorning grasp on the cats neckf and with the wrIthing animal literally tearing her flesh into ribbons the woman dashed it to death against a tree Mrs Altwater had just strength re maining1 to make her way and tell her husband of the encounter The body of the cat vas found where Mrs Altwater had killed it During the past winter the children going to and from the schoolhouse have been fright ened by a wildcat Severn times a hunt was made for the cat but It could never be foupdj Bt ci TcM Know Come Back For and there feast chos faint deter woul HttJe dark From home be had several companions at the feast and every day the number In creased We are lost said SI F rel We Bhall no longer be able to take our breakfast upon the terrace And so it proved At first the bees arrived at almost all hours but spon they roailzed that there was nothing doing except between 7 and 10 a m mind about 4 p in so they ceased their visits t xcei tat lust those hours when the pivrerves were on the table Soon the plKTO was untenable anti the lam ily hail to retreat Imloors and renounce tuclr Curtnni of piMi air meals But the table was placed on the ter nice Observe the effect At 7 a m the bees began to arrhe and their iulicr steadily increased the Inserts imnslns abotif cvrjwhere vainly seik lug the poervo3 to which they wsre Iculltomro By 030 or 10 they had all oncOl1c or two showed up at no in undoubtedly having come to see If he preserves might not haVe been post poned for the hilddny meal andn 4 p mthe swaru returned For several days the bees kept this up arriving in clouds between 7 and10 and again nt 4UItJlIJt last thejr learned that ttoir visits were In vain Then tbeY ceased 1 President H I psQralsjl Hundreds of orphans have teen helped by the President of the Indus trial and Orphaugliom at JJacon nsedElectriccelleqt remedy for Stomach Wver and Kidney troubles We regard it as one of ths best Jainlly linedicihes vltflltotiofi Creates appetite To strength l naqd buildup thin pale weak htldrBorrurjd nolquOnly 6Qc ajt Haydon and Eobertson + Handy Stain lttm ver Spots can be removed froar almost anydeUcat material J rubbing for five alnutes with aTpicceof uoftjHan nel Thi wool nbsorfcs whateverlMUi made the spot and does riot leave t ring as do cletuslngr fluWa ii CURES INDIGESTION 1IIaC1IJ All Distress rIM 111jestfci Yjpbfcs in Five f MiHtesi Puke your sour stomach or maybe you call it Indigestion Dvsp psm G tstlitis or Catarrh of Stomach it doesntmatter tightIwltbask himtoopen50c case of jFape Diapepein and let you et one 22grain Triangule and see if ithifl five minutes there is IiIssf y trace of your R oniach Tiisery Tho coTOCt name for your trouble is Food FermeotatioL food souIng the DgStve o gansbecdme wk t ee iis lUck of gaatt icjjtiio your fodisonly half digestea and you become affeuted wiLh his or appetite pressure and fullness after eatI- ng yomningnajiea heartburn griping in bowels tenderness in pit of stomach 1bad taste in mouth constipation pa tnjlimbs sleeplessness belching t gas billiousne s sick headach nervousness dizziness and mau J other similar symptoms If your appetite is tickle lonG nothing tempts you or you belch gas orif you feel bloated after eating or your fopd lies like a lump of lead on your stpmacd yon can make up your mind that at the bottom of all this there is but one cause fermentation of undigested fbod Proye ta yourself after yoiir next meal that your stomach is is good as aijy that there is nothing really wrong Stop this fermentation and begin eating what you want without far of discomfort or misery Almost instant relief is waitirg for you It is meptly a matter of how soon you take a little Dia pepinr Fruit Jar Wrench Any person who has ever struggled with a fruit jnr that had the lid stuck will be grateful to the Idaho man who JAWS OB1P JAR COVKB has given us the fruit Jar opener This device is constructed on the principle of it pair of pinchers aad the whlht are semicircular and made jawsI around the top of a Jar are such a way as to obtain a firm grip Heretofore it was impossible to get a good purchase on the tops as the hand would slip before the top would turn if tne latter stuck very badly Then too the opener eliminates all danger of cut ting the hands on the metal of the top oeHbe glass of the jar R d Salad One pint of cold boiled potatoes a pint of pickled beets and a pint of un cooked red cabbage Cut potatoes and beets intd dice shred cabbage fine Dressing for above One tablespoonful of Bugar a teaspoonful of mustard n tablespoonful of salt n tabiefpooufnl of butter Mix uutll smooth add three eggs beaten well a cup of the red via gar in which tbe bests were pickled and a cup of cream Love makes the world go round but money buys the axle greauCkkaO RecordHerald j Nervous Cpllapse 4flbave traveled for thirty greatdealwith constant worry left me in sucha nervous state that filially after having two collapses of flervous prostration I was obliged to give up traveling al cottinua1lybut Nervine came to my rescue J annot describe the suffering which this Nervine saved me Whenever I am particularly nervous a few doses relieve me A G C LIBBY Wells Me There are many nervous frostrationbowels and other organs The brain the kidneys the liver the nerve centers are all exhausted There is but one thing to dobuild up the nervous system by the use of Dr Miles Restorative Nervine Its strengthening influence upon the nerv ous system restores normal action to the organs and when they all work in harmony health is assured Get a bottle from yourf druffist Take it UC cordmf to yirectionsV and if Jt does not benef he wi1 retttrm your money zF l It Bitildj t IIOPC8l1 representative What medttcifit for dCyou riiedcInt will Jck4 ci skkneas Ianotherwine of CaTdi1Lr rhwproven flyE3iisems it MIIflHTEUS LETTER WrMInllJ r YjQZ h1IJJM IE k i r r ilMH1TJ776iwi 1I L OF fbE cOUW9 IALL Of The GOMMMRCM BBMNCHK MCLIDIXC T LEGMUfiYA lAuT JfIBJIfUL lSlIIlGOIIElPJliBYMAI GRADUItTesSIC 1 PsTNfMcJOvWRlTE jOWADDRES BOWLiNG GREEN BUS tNE3S UNZR5flVBiq J 8I8 Iit Tr4fevr M PW1 jl Q IJIS BY t LOngoPistan ceo Telephone 3 8 of Rates apply to Manager GnmberIl Jclcphonc 4 Telegraph Compinj INCORPORATED J g o 00000000000 oo 0l MMo laSan Rheiimatic ieieyT jWe want a letter from everY man and woman in America afflicted with Rheumatism Lumbago or Neuralfia giving us their nameand address so we can send each one a Trial Treatment of our Rheumatic Remedy We want to convince every rheumatic wkatthousaoosopthroughormagnetlsm getItit cures Rheumatism Rheumatism is Uric Acid and Uric Iwh and HaSan Rheumatic Remedy live together in the blood THE RHEUMATISM HAS To Go AND IT T OES Go Qar achingmusdethejoints AND CURES THEM QUICKLY A Full Two Weeks Trial Tre fmlltJWe want you to try Rheumatic Remedy to learn for yojrself that Rheumatism can be cured and we profit on the trial 4falr test Is all we ask If you find It Is curing your or Neuralgia order more to complete a cure and thus it does not help you that ends it We do not sample containing a few tablets and no practical IIRheumatism full two weeks tr atuent You lUST SEND uS 25c to mailing and packing and this nil two weeks treat prorptiysentyou free everything prepaid Therto pay on receipt or later Dont wait until your heart areinjured by Rheumatic Poteori out send and get a two weeks treatment free Only one free treatment to a 1 saleliyHOME REMEDY CO 338 Erie St Toledo 0 Mo MoMo Kissed by Bad Ape Scrubwoman Says Animal In a New MusiumHuggcd aiKiiBii Her and 500 Qamtges Mar the beautiful crubwomaB4 la suing for iOO damages because aa she says she was kissed and bitten by ungeattemaaiy ape usher in Edwards big amlnaal show and mu seum which was tben April 4 at 256 201 Bowery New York Her lawyer Samuel Deutscb said that he served the proprietor of the show just as he was closing it up a few days ego The case will be tried shortly In the first district municipal court Mary F Bkally the beautiful scrub womanyivea at SI JLeroy street She la fortynine years old Whea interviewed a few days ago by a newspa per who began by ask lug the plaintiff If fcer juuae was Mary F Bkally abe answered It fa not I am a park b mM Later on she admitted the name and told the details ef the conduct of the THher 1Jhe had finished her scrubbing work about 4 oclock la the afternoon of that said day la April and went down on the Bowery for relaxation She strayed into the big animal show Spend Honeymoon RaftYo- ungWodiman Wife RlverHad Of tile rafts which passed rort Jervls K L on their way down the river no the past was one which had a rough shanty built on It Cupid rode on this raft l from asthma John Bur rows a east Yankee had worked all winter In time Due ware logglng country sad had been an on rafts which were floated te this sprig He had his lest trip a few days ago He took with Mat his bride Miss Flor ence She it a native ot the pper Delaware valley and daring time etvef timber en her etes estate had frequently the saep their meals to Ute togging It was a cue of love at arat sight A llcease was ad the couple were a lecai1 The kMiee WM iMUt ia tIN taft am4 the 4i For bealtknd heppLaeoIPeW1ttsi- Little Early lUH rii wBiaVl easy Utt1 l1Y tut1Hde 8014i at theRe4 Cross =J f is To cure you tf iwBut one not cure b ru 1 so w 1wMr I I A MOiete t r y Local canot HaSan Vilntno If of today York Asks Hugged because she liked the leeks of the barker C The Koaeat I gets lut she Uant1ak1n me benrins a big gorilla or Uke that rushed at iso- I fought he wajtTusbef at folrsfc an I didnt run right oir threvf his hairy arms aroua me seck squesed- mb closer aa then mind e1ite grabbed me right baa anbit Into It deep UI handed him asmack in the right Jaw an Sew th coop I was in NeW York fer tree days an me was certainly sbocked In the sixth of tttf tlon Mr that at aU the times there was among the nnlmals of the bfg show a certain gorilla chtapnn ecs ape onmg owtang or other species ofmonkey and In seventh be says that the said animal wax And Is wUdt Because of the conduct ef the said wild animal then the plaintiff thnnagh her lawyers says that sUe became sickl sore and disabled and received a severe she want 500 In damngcR on Takes Newly Wedded w Voyage Down Lovely Time Says the Brkfe thirtysix Delaware tidewater weekthere Suffering downI upper asststent helmsman tidewater Matthlsoa getting taken camp procafed married by jMreacer gentle pleasant rJI1Jt1r MId something He horspiral constitution paragraph his Dentscb says mentioned his paragraph shock wherefore bridal pile occupied ICu far M Bets dentown N J From there they went to Philadelphia wberetbebridegroom has accepted a position wltk a well known firm During the trip down river Mrs Bwi rows toOk many inSpabota ef tileI jceaery and the bridefNena m4edi va e1Wltkie a i said by the other inea aboard tint the dinner was worth rtttteg 4ec to At tieape overnlght tb ea sl3pt asWrl but the bride amf brMefraWi reaialBCtl aboard Burrows says be is entirely cured of aatkinii a1Mlklitwlf who was nineteen years old tie day of her marriage SM3i ski ban W9IKdelightful wedding trip kTbe canile- left l tie raft with the hearty joo Wishes oC the cww cud 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