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News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, February 4, 1909. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1909 new1909020401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, February 4, 1909. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. 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JlJalipite Xi JtIJI id S1nertime ttctstkabtheAtgut day f1i Ki O ttv f 1a f jv J t r Pot raterthaI allHldK Winter 1 cirpJ l A ontbttsverA ottbe birth of Abraham rotiJlhe nerapers ulkar Qlihgit lwritSp3f of ttrtjffe and thiii tory of the Great Emancipator One of the most comprehensive 1ift IiGtlVIYiE71 tXncolcL 6 Britten by Heo ry Waiterson iis the CosmopoMUni ftciizine for arch Mr iViit eron writes from the stands olntof V Goofedefate sc5djec and his relation of historical seitwTioe of ijiicbjniolbi country itimtereatiog In giving an a7count of the birth andchildbood I ofrjiincoln Mr Watterson tells 6 the history of Nancy Banks Add Thomas Lincoln the parents of vibjffrtat Lincoln and their r hfftin Washington county He ublishes in his articrel a fac siI ilof the marriage certificateI f Thomas iinc Jn and Nancy IBacks signed by Bessie deadI Siethodist minister who per formedf the ceremony This d was discovered after the i a Lee rlrd4ysoHfie present cowbty 9 rtPerk4Wli BookeriWbE marriage bond which is still of record in the co omceTaftjar aLtbis place bea ttdaibe of June 12th 1806 ThefeatsCoJfery of the Iharria e bon- dsedJu has theestadei r t0I W4 brcgbt ait bot the late Mitchell Tohmpson who was aiikinsman of Nancy Hanks toemolher of Abraham Lincoln afterti MrWafid ida i waf Being repor- tdown niIrueocountv tba JaMam LincOfjmfber aud o4far Were o th1y married and that he kn Vl that such a linOW11Otnt4Mrgodr lo look up t e stabl1sbthe t r Mr the clanI ttQ l 1rrfa year o th e r1it8a at Ian the whIch resulted in the disolosore of th marriage bond witft tIe minreters return which is Still bu Record in the clerks pccarticle touches very JigbU ly- on the life x t Thomas Lincoln and his wIfe Immeditttely after fthefrurarniagewasjjpbnautnmated in Washington byIitl ttgl Besides the event as reLated byrvMr William Har ley wtio dit4 a number of eZrr jJ liaspra1 the caremohy Mr W entI son jp big article say1iK clSIandI daughter iSarah Three jears after ifcarniige therearrfved t- ijbratathakitjthis recor l jogetner i Ith theqiThpr fat ts 1sd fromacontand ed down from the early Inb blanits 6tnis county w bChJistiesLb claim still dher4drtb by many of our older citizens that Wash lugton and not rue deserves the honor of beiB tbe birthplace of tile great Diircoin However we have lio desire to tuke auy of he gloryl nor profit which jtho people of Larue couflty areuow indulgingJ t rrtlie ceri Ligjthll cflOaaygoeadS P t oJ tj5s y tli p CALL ArIWtARtThe K epublican Btstricc Cu n- 114S ft11jQdicliLldltrlcL nnfiesotJrTy1or are haying a jneettffg m afanohtqdayC1lIU it a rithiyfcirthe pur of irtmii ktirkcarididate f rlahe m s fCircriit Judge atd Jp nionwealths Attorney to r toepttou next November It is not 1y t knbwi uwhtactontl1EIconmitteef probaULvnluse a call fur a pram Hon4JohnI t urged by his friends throughout b a trictnto becjme a c ndi Jati for itbe ndfceship and1 altbpsgBiaMr Bewis rhas npt yet officially declared u hii8ell it is probablE tlui he will yield to ihe import tunities of his muny frieuds aucI ddmirers throughout the dislric a ofndwtfibutfs4yjrig that should Mr L1jiif decidXtq enter the race bEat tLwi4l fcCvpnfjhe nomination by his party without contest andj he will make R winning race ia ftftg r bf ltiQulji iI fofsldrer loItl w hearplot existed etweenadespar3t lung trouble arid the grave to cause hit death contracted a stubborn c byoughall remedies for yearLiy weight r Suanbegat1tou e Dr Kings Niw Ds covery which restored my health i completely I now weigh 138 pounds t Ior severe Colds obstinate Coughs topretentan fiOOi Jprial bottle free GuarIanteed by Haydon Robetsoni Fair View rSstS1Mrsdren visited tier daughtor Mrs fl Caruey a partof Ilat week FM Carney QJ1ghltwloads ofr corn from Miles GrisbjTiatJSOc per busliell Fri Oheatham visited brother Morgan Cbeaibam hisM of FQfenwickMr and Mrs Ed Yocuro and f tgamilyent at Tatham Springs a part ofI last week Mrs T Hardin ana Albert Parris are on the sick list Miss Fairy Lydane and Mr Herbert Virgin were married in fiouisville January 21 1909 Your correspondent joins their many friends in wishng them a llong and prosperous married feIi I Nancy Ellis is Visiting her sis ter Mrs2 Hardin t II Miss Mollie Hines has gone to JBowling Green I pltenschqoh 100 Reward 100tJThe readers q this paper will be ease to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science been able to cure and that is hasjj Halls Catarrh Cure is the only tive cure now kn wn to the medicui fraternity Catarrh being a conslitu tiqrial requires a constitution al treatment HalKa Catarrh Cure is taken internally t acting directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the syetQm tbercby destrojingthe foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so pinch faith in its curative powers hat ihey offer 8100 for any case it fails to cure Send for list of te tf menIals Address aldruggists7SISold by Tike Halls Family Pill for consti pation i I rj Without Bail L JThe trial of Chr1eMarand An r wBrug ton cttar4 dwith the murderof Mrs AjitityWjor duricg i family reunion at Buena Viita four weekl age a full ac count of which was published ini The Democrat at the time was concluded Saturday af lernuon at wereheldbyCqt1n Gourbwithout bond Th dead wonaan was the OfI ofCharies Majori and a 51bt5wifeI Andrew Broughton Jind in midst of the family reun while fifteen or twenty guests were standing in the room a shot was fired and Mr Major with bullet hole through heir krE tj jtff ll to the floqr dead The mur iiajdiyst1 rated whec the husband and broth er of Mrs Mljer were tlrreil d1 f er alllong court inquiry l B rough ton contends that 4ajp r shut Mrs Major and Major claihisF bat she w sac dentallf sh61V Broughton who was Bttempling assassinate him i James Poynter an eyewitness t was believedito the kilihig j ai h dve d iurd V in Jl ete county but lie 4eefared oh h e witnsssand thati he did nOt 5iee the slioD fired Barrods ujg emocrt Moat ojugh cares are constioating because they contain opiates and yol should be careful to take somethiqjr tb tate1fCO1 t e1 llungs hut It drives Out the cold froln th cethe bOwels Children like fthe pleas ant taste that istncarly like maple r Sold by the Bed Cross drug ore y 1t54 tGx1Mu1eSa1eII- Mr Sana B Thomas of Cal vary sotdtj Shohe Phillip4 Smiths Grove 17 head of ng yearling mules at 150 per ad This js the best price fo yearling mules vet reported This sale excels the price reT ceived from the sami Dart Joe C Phillips for a load AI tong yearlings at 146 per head ch prices for this class ofr mules indicate bright prospects ior older animals in the fall ad the farther whohasagppdVburch should consider himself fortu nate Lebanon nter riserr I itfi ttle Early Risers Insist on them ge ale easypleasatft t ittle i liver1I pills fyldffiy the Red Cross drug ore ii r LumKer Company Loses Y i 1 t SA10iy pays The Court of Apppals ttbrd y 1yersCdi itrion Circuit Oyurfc in the Case the Lbnnon Coufisville and Lexington Tefepbon Company aiflSt the Linh lra LurnbrvCo A jury in the lower oourt gave damages to the amount of SlOt 000 for the burning of the lumber Companys plant in July 1907 Suit was brought for 22000 damages on thej ground that ow iugto defective telephone con nectipn between the lumbercora P DyS plant and tle c3ntralex change the Fire epartinen was uotr summoned in time to extinl1 guish the blaze beforet got be yond control The court here siyd that the facts alleged are too remote to support any cause offaction and directs that the dtition b dismissed T1 dLahI orn Lumber Co is the Dropprty OfHarryf Lancaster CoLeIC non En terprise RAISING TOBACCO i Xbe Experiment Has Proven Successful in Missouri LItst of carryingcoaU toTewcaatle- and ttye Stteot MI yet gona into the cosourlhasot1 But thrs ityear isthing some t thingJustt aboutas much out of the ordinary It is carryIngs ltobacco to Kentucky toIiduis v lPKy and Louisvillt Is gladI t ogetitoFr6m they ittlelownoif Westm iin Platte county jusbthryj miles from KtJsas City morel tthan SQOiOOO pounds of Btirl y co will be shppsd totle tobacco market of the world Louisville And it is to Miss ourii that the American Tobacco ompany5 against vitamI the work ol the KeIitcltynigh i lijiderst itstobaccoJnhe buyers for the American Too bacco Company have been to WestoUi arraned for the output pf the country nd already far th ers jf Kentucky driven fromt business io that State have come tto the little Missouri town bought land in the adjacent coun S lory and started in the business Pf raising tobacco StlAs yet it is au experimpnt Missouri but the experiment promises success In every da rectjonon the sides of hills in l Plitte couny are the unpainted 1t sdsol tobacco barn3 newly budt beginning to show Th jisnlejr oftobaccoAin the air otldi nJsiti the minds ort everyone IJtlti that cuuhiiy We tonandI thecountry suo niingi istc mbaccocrazy vdat the depot emtb l streets and at tiuery fireside in IrnearWeS1 n I It bwast hhatky Jin agenU eidQdrrt try the rai ing ot1Thtolacco on his farm a Wesign He told of his purpose at tie corner store and received laugh- ert derisive langnter in apswpr But that didnt stop Canby The ext year he nnde a small tobac dp b dina corner of nis garden and whim the plants grew tasnf tlCent size he planted jthemV And as the summer progressed I t01nbyHawkIils i was his time to smile Taller arid taller the plantsI grew their elephant ear11ike eaves nspttingcaie Canbv smiled still more ancl tile nextlY ear he pIastedm ta tIaOm nting He believed the tobacco s good growth was due to ex ceptionally good seasons So year lifter yeir that httle patch a For a Limited Time Ha T YOUCANGETS fThe Louisville TiiuewI Regular Price 500 a Yeas AND THE THE NEWSLEADER I I Both QneYearEorSSSO n C 1 The Louisville Times is the Best Afternoon Paper i Printed Any where Sk1as good corps of Correspondents I the fieldCovers Kentucky perfectly l SIICovers tile generalnews field completely I f i Has the fullest reports 2lSenq Your Subscripti bnii V Right AwaypTheINwsLeadernot to The Louisville Tithes This spEcial low offer may tiC with4rawn at any I time SO GET IN NOW This rate is good only I for MAlL sub caip1iDS andwe cannot accept orders for THE LOUISVILLE TIMES where OBafpaper has a ultra ent who furbishes papers by the mpnth vv Two Papers For Less Than Priefrif tf of garden was planted Betsonsr werbacttbutstilolthat tobacco Hawkins plan- edt one acre then tw4 Finally hij planted ten acres and receivedt las his reward an average of tear LIV 2000 pounds sof cured tobacco to the aero mArftetable in Louia- illefromv 6 to 20cuntsa pound He sola it Weston heard of the sale and about that tIW ew woke up stonI Thin was t qlya year agcj notiJingbuin Weston But there is the need f knowledge in the raising of tobacco and as Canb Hawkins raishigheThere are twenty eight barns near Wesron now and each barn represrnts teu ac es of land plan ted in tobacco And although many of the f rmrs are trying the cultivation of tobacco for bej beraLill nOt bring near 100 percent profiti to the ojvner Theres money in the raising f tobacco but there are veryI f Iew is 1Vipussibleheie places In tn Te country surrounding the soil is that of Kentucky The black soil so prevalent in Other parts of Mis souriiis hot there In us CeII isaXbUy soili of liinestotie forma J oLT bluegrass is abundant and with the lob ceo and the arrvai o f many periions from the blue grass State the country ih rapid ly becoming a miniaturt Kei tucky i Thc Secret of LOlg Life j iA French scientist bas discovered no secret of long life Hikonethod i deals with the blood But lung agot millions of E it1ectr1ci akes it worth living It purifies and vitalizes the b1o dreIhuildswasted 1lifepotspeople Kidney trouble ad blighted jny life Ion months writes WM Sherman of Cushing Met butv Electric Bitters cured me- entirely onWl st Eaydon Robertson j II l J f Limiting Tobacco Acreage i t Warren County uionofthet American Society of JEquity l lbl adopted thefollo wing resolution IResolY4That tha Warren county farmers can raise all of the tobacco that we want raised in thIs county and wfi respectful t ly jasif all the landowners intbe couhty not to rent any land to Mresdents of the ounty for thbipurpose tnThegrowers of the county have made a sacrifice in reducing thec dind limiting the amountI each wan nay rowand itI would nipt be fair for outsiders tott come in and rent land and puttinJmuch llargerI acreage loan any grower of the community can raISe It is claimed that lastyear out tde parties who are not fartt ers but buyers and handlers of bacco rented as much as lifty cres of ground und raised tor bdccd and ire now preparing to o i againt Farmers Home ournalSj b sihenkidney or bladder trpuble with rheu matism and rheumatic pains caused by weak kidneys Delays art dangpr Got DeWitta Kidney and Blad iilband be tjnrc you get what you ask for They are the beat puts made for backache weak back qri taryFoCpUC and act promptly We sell and recommend hem at the Red f 8rossT1k8 for Country Life t Not every American canjfol z low tbeexainple set fey th late Donald GrMiicheil Hoover iI mup ia majoriryof usrmay long wijhdrvv fiom mortof iihe towns thejnadtiuh mindsiMand bdieajit- I d i t osslblyiinfrikrtal souls4tquicI living close tb I toe bor cirC1mslRhOOi1nlJld- US en s 1edcCon i ld and ofesrered in this pinfdli b re1 ve strive tokeepup afrsil and reverjShbtdingttaD iStfS ith pat success io faris Hafever ishress Is c6nAcerned It ctipg r to Mi Mitchell atth fTgPoft ttbfee dtb1rZytos uC I i It ill M ki wlcJy iie bidk5 reqkd i6 oMbakmcPO or l ag ts cf 1 tw en the strenuous lireuf the ciyani the lUpli1Jlfeag iit is lived hi geutlemaja rartrsfand chose tbe latter byMunali SIRiUS voter Nxtas the choice naaa ein ignorance of toAeredf cities ad the busy hum ojCCDietiv H e was mlipately acqualnied I h the New YoJk of tlie ea1Ii oftIn pnibJso to call IttIand had bE seen fit topitch hS tent ia Manuattan would have found many a congenial lodgq Bris and pe respipe to cheer hi sure huurs atnong toe literary braves ftlJis gre tcannp and perchance WQu4 haveiaiavi ap icberi store of waoVpim But he voice of Nature cAiie4v and py bea dun heeded itFrom Ik laivell Man and Writer r r February i Kddolfor Dj sp iaartdIndJge8jtk i3 a cdiubinaiion ofthe natural digei v 1ejucesactually digests the food you eat no matter what kind of food it may be It doss the ordinary work of the Othach so that by taking a little fol every now andJheH you cannotiscibly haeindigestionerany Throif of itoiri cli H 6I 8fcfbrt Cross qrukistore Moe PlteEfk i p tW bP Uittu1t Ofi WkM i- itdepr1Je Taylor countjroune its p ices and an nOi4i one at thgtMr John W lngLPostmaster at Sp ckt Ky moved thapotofiie from Pay lor county int6Adair county said at gfintleman The Ear quirer than a few days agoJiUJJusthoV this could occnr rl expect tbe public would t be glad to have iit explained fotbeB It was a very simple matter for Mr KinK who aside from beingL e postmaster also conducts a ercbansestOrin Speck The main strhet on whichvMr Kings store was and still iiti situated divides tIe two counties of Taylor and 4dairTbcsi living on tbe one side claiming their p acepf residence ss Tay lor county and tbson the opposite side of the street claim ing their residenca4 as Adiix county bothi being correct in their claims One fine day recently Mr Ring who condctar the blisii ness of ppstmasteV and hiagen vral store on the north side Of the street concluded that he would move to a lar tr aid et3ei room oq the oipotite sid plthe stree And taaptc l This carried the postoMct which formerly had rested ec- rney iifi Taylor county into Adair county flt is Ddt known whether tbf Department hUs cpffniziTic of- thieififct and no doubt inqiff y att hlI gtO 1wOQld bIhar forth the erronouS answef it pbk Kyn waS sltiaatfd aylors co nty ttje which It intTayiop CQquirerT- here isnot anysahre any better han DeNVhts Catbollzed Witch Hv el Salve H e hefebj Warn the public hat we are not reeponslble foe may ijojurious effects caused f m wwthr lessor pofsouoiis imitatioHa of rDcWltta Carbolixcd Witch HanH Salve tile original It is good for anythlngwlenasalve is n4ed- t j Wit V5 iiefck 1 especially good fQl 11u by kRcd Cross hr tt Ujtore CnYonici dyXpept s Hii tablets williake ypa leeff l beter- brfgliter t 1er in two ds- pTheyjce1 tb911mst4- wher bij lS fsbldDO qeh a alP JQ x JOrQH DyQ y tre gt1tya4ei JI it 8 4tiitLPlflPUl0 TI JLln J ifJ i 7 i vI J + Uiutt W laD 4sr u nq- i t j iI 1 J fSactwe admdjsl 3ffiZrer SIta JKeAo Ja j FoiLjy H J jiTh followf ullkCDtJ iJeathwi 1CrR jI i taken lr0J1il1 Un Gqspai f rexaadotnercj JiElol aw cocQtTf having apcat tba ntl to lrT r fjt i te riLr iP f 4 itw s a bVotbrol itoi P tai L cElr01J M sbis fHlclin the LII1eS 1L t Rs iWsOrjny3 rt ML hiijdhideris the PfWkfiwi enii iIL Bon JJoJ J11 McErrot f t II Z iis ys 1f v id pi5 Pt i=cgwiwI 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traclitloQ jf around rDj lMtobjjr w are to have six T IJ4 4 ypMfcs acre of eokf WMtbtr wit Kbj1iv r IiS LCI kt7OrhSMtWkttkW1t i yr eii4 by 1I3 kewac i7 iMiaij eliartlB g ntf Inatawat will Zir v rMteiB sweMteic aM relieve the ferci eaaiKtUai o to hnu bmtees fiI ileilaet aayaa all achea aad paiae bsd ClMBt rsg tee iii l H QIo Mr Dvt aidCbrIy dIsi f GL Iipf 5OSI COiIWtyt iMtine i tbifPi0Jll U C relLisg spst Sun 7 with T1sr JIYoanI f lI lt1 i i S1 Mr Fiiz Goibv parchased a i iOe driviflic hott of Colman it fit u sb 1or1 Nf Ri T4 T W Sfterland and 4 1wikare pndin a lew weeks witk tbeir fOtI Bef w sut2 i mricnofBvfsIo il Ool Vin Bros purchased of M I CKeainx two stacks of bay v 4iIe 35 c g LItt IMzr1 Sett1asi very rf r 1 t 1JWII1 r i Mr arKt hat aioed i ji Myreek b e Gocanoughar house oni h e- f Tawttth anreLcaait and t7iai 4 flf t Witb hose of J W Settles grandiA1 j i i1 n failars ttleJrUewu a bright ebikl of ftnir years and wwloredbj those IB whom sbe c lit soatict- xbvra will t preachiu at HUteltdrai cliiircb next Sunday fIIJ f 1 tbe i ilir Meiiagiajr by Rev Ii f A IiPfijjUeiOB S Mr J 4M HiMft will crop wth G IT Oibr fchw ytar fA t r Cerreeodeit Ma Evajii Cooler of Greens +l1Y wnr IM1t k Tieitfar J jA tI OJtli 11 i r Sfe Jkn Sooit of Foliar as4 itti te Fowler of Feawksky vbo Wl5 toIit a Htr o4 J boeetSa ry 1b1 t We ba4 a severe fnowiorw t hWe B Urdj Snow htw irlrted i lt 1iII lU ee deep 1 4 Ms4SiIbt JH11f 7 8N ri irtfeodnty is i r Jnte AtM tr Rg Ja tryib Ia l rlt u1t Mutk etr1s ic F rt WIN 1tar bsaova wJM bsctophhrit iif ir t f =id almoat t k MftckviH MtAunii tyiykbipf- lfi4ddia wek Mr Xd Lcwo bOJtaou- IMIo J hoc hM WJcK of JoIihac U Mr T w8offtiCof Pe rr v1ilwis SprimgiUld on bi- es1t i Friday aid on hit wi liraQInieKaue Mif J ht Pettt bee de1iYe cdj UM tobevoo h o fhttoJdiffer ftt IIrfNM ariHiii i h 18 tO tbe A 0neepn1dIiI t Si4syr nfffht llr Eve lyii Yeast wat battled a Iloa walk r hi Worse running away acd lkavi fhim At tile time of the tftMwa Mr Teaetwasoat of the b fey and breakiij the toe in b Beech wben his borse be se frifbteMti and ran away Rs was cuht near Mackville t luckily nothing was dam piIf r Harrer Sweeney left last wtekr for Bow inf Green where be will attetd school Miss JlarieJly iis v wialMaud fur a for nightaa Mbifall for which he ionnd ready sale and hasa good iay more to make LSvsrgfffocd health shenldpceAtIclJee8 iMWNidI of llettlaf theatMlyes fet lick aa4 tileD try to care it So big as yo keep 3oa r liter bowel and atoai Z ch U a healthy cooditloa you woat fetslek Ballarda HerLe relleyes ceMtipatiea 1a cUe liver and all tpaack aad eowej trouble s Sold by the Red CTOM elrap tore =TICk Crick i cThoboaght 55 acres of land of Ohas Mil on known as the Wesley Htl tonfamforXL 1 Mrs Mahala Hall aud family and Mrs Carter Hall and family spent Thursday with S T Stimpb George Gopde of Stewart swapped a milch cow to Jessie Smith for a work mare Jteie getting 15 differencesMrcT Mary Taylor and son visi ted TlheradaySam Rowe John Raney and Porter Thompson attended the mosical atMr Henry Lawrences Wednesday night Yrs Maggie Mobley lost a fin riving mare Saturday night PORter Smith sold an aged ork mule to Chas BaR forS 20 Opp Settles of Hi Isboro and George Bngg of this place dined wih Wm Young and family Sunday aGraitwork borate Otis Milton for 105 cd purchased oj htm a much cowfOr40aMr Ben Bugg spent Sunday night with his daughter Mrs Janie Goode of tewartnMiss Wa Haydon returned home after A two w eks visit to relativee In your town Before tbis letter goes toprest Mtss Ella Tobin will be mtrrled to lllr Aloert Ruddof near Spnngfield tye regret to lose Miss Ella froni tbis community Yotir writer extends congratuU ions IWrmoIoIy ahoald be studie by every parent If your cbild ii pervous fretful starts ia its sleep its pasty eyes always seems hBixgry lai not paining weight you can be wtre the trouble is worms Whites Cream VeriaUaeis anabsp lute ca ref warns Is ttaOwn pur gative Soid by the Bed Cross drug store I FairView Yocum Bros sold their prop erty at Mooresyille cuifisting o storeboue sod blacksmith shop to Bessie Gutsibger and Dr Yates We regret to give Mr Yocum up as a merchant but welcome Mr and Mrs Cu singer Mr Cutsinger also bought Ham Piles property Mr Ple bought alarm from Mat TruaL Miaticl Mrs Hebert Virgir spent Sunday with the latter 5 parents Mr H d Mrs Lydd ne Mr and Mrs Hugh Giigsby spent Sunday at the home ofr Mr Ed More visitirtgberger have had quite a blizzard IIWe Race Suicide lamtK008 evel calls It is not I pqpIdeathIbyhiwelcare diarrhea drseaUry iI Kpt Mk aBd all lafaat ailateatf u tts aa LeetMigbL1I5 tJteXCrk jrt1F efiewatk nrI1I4bto9ssr JitrKcJtMMLer tbleooaghsbcosgprmpets btlt fI w- eatl this w A MissOrid Rneeell of near J n ki w4aysithof tbiep1aiMr and Mrs L L Mayee of AliceteB are visiting his father Mr Jg May8lot this placer l beeni BlMr S M Mayeft wife and children returned hume alter pesdine a few days with binfather Mr J Mr Richard one night lastHKayesIRussell I Iv There will be givehePlowing has been in order in rybodyhaspiJwed broken1 as much as fifteen and twenty acres bWeShewmaker is itnprbv ing fast familvhavemovon Mr WT Heads placeaMrs Mary Russell and two eonsith her father andfamilvIi Mr G H Ghristerson wife rndr Reed Russell and family ponpental to help the NewsLeader and wantseverybody to get in a letter every week That is a good sug- estion but I f ar that the correspondents ittii not heed this Itt orrespondentslless in sending in our letters I shouldnt onder that the Edi tor gets discouraged at us for we a I1 know that we could do better if we only thought so So let us all do Letter this year 1909 Indigestion dyspepsia isi inability oft e stomachweak digestive juces to dlgt what vou eat Kodol Is a inbiatlon of all the natural diges tive juices found in an ordinary heal tllyatomach and it will digest yow food in a natural way Pleasant to take Sold by the Red Cross drug Itore Tatham Springs There is stU plenty of sickness iin this community but now at pres nt Died January 28tb Mrs Ce lleatus Diviner wire of Mr Joe Divine and daughter of Mr and Mrs Abraham aya She was taken sick Thursday jan 21 with pneumonia and one 4zee t from that she was a corpse Sbe was 16 years of age and badI been married just about oneyear when she died She was a mem berofthe Ghrlatian church at Antioch and was buried in the Antioch cemetery She leaves a busband father mother two sisters and two brothers besides host of relatives and friends t o mourn bejr death The sisters are Mrs Lilhe Cornish Mrs Susie Stines and the brothers re Mr Ed Rays and Master Clarence Kays They have the sympathy of this entire commu ity Mr Matt Royalty bought a oryGrahamfurhorse and runabout to Toll- iHugemfor1lO Messrs Wesley Golf and James Gardner of Lawrence burg were visiting in our com munith last week Mesdames Mary E Royalty and Anna Thompson were th guests at the home ef M atio Mrs George Shirley Thursday Mr Winnie Kays arid family were the pleasant guests of Jstruest Mr aqd Mrs J W Satterly visited their daughter Ms J S Royalty and family l si Wednesday The chnrob at th8 place has thEOrpbar vii line rgo There was plenty of good things sent and we fet Ini1ytin sornethinheat 40 00histhanking them for the man things sent i hem and we fee that everyone is well pleased Revilts it Geld Steel 4lVouronly bqpe said three doc ton to rr8ME Fisher Detroi lu Mich suffering from severe rectal trouble lies man operation then J used Dr ings New Life Pills she writes rttUl wholly curedt Thej tonsUpationaydonRobertsons Agents Wanted NEWI- NDEXED BIBLES 1900T- HREE METHODS OJ I WDEX1NGI- KREE lAX51ATiON- SllQOTMTGiPTUXES OJt TOUCHING ulnw LIFE ANDDEsT1NY1Qti tnWZflZ1WDL3c1PThE PRKE 11- 51tC5ON PUB co 79 EAUSOJUi St CHlCAGO- l SLIP OF IMAGINATION fM girl with the brown eyes aM the happy face looked tip tdowly A ilot of the girls had been lunching fethfr In the big storeroom at the top Of the warehouse and they had bees thenjwelvef and eachjpther by telling love storles real and imagi aary It hit been particularly stipu lated by the brown eyed maideathat all proposal mentioned should be wholly Imag nary and each as could over 8slblhae colne to pass And ow that it ap her turn to tell a story she began In a way which promised a close adherer ce to this itipvlatioft Once upo a time she commenced so long ago that all the men were so gallant and a the womca so lovely cad so charming that girls never had to tand up in street vera and were al ways paid JJi st as much mosey for do ting the sam work as men were there lived n youn f man He was so brave and so fculfhtly that everybody ad mired and oved him because they couldnt helj jtand I dont suppose ewiis callc by his formal title more han once In a year or two Sir Galathad seemed o suit him so much betterdthan plainT uitShe Stopp d jhurrledly her cheeks ed and U e ther girlSi exchanged 1musedand considerate enoughrandi also lse- noughnot to do so until after she had turned her happy eyes from their limpassive t ce4upfo the dingy old oor again and so she went on mao c entlyeow Wage where this chivtafrouaknlghth d been born and where he went back ot a visit once in awhile here lived a young woman who loved him dearly and iwhom he loved just as much although they neither of them knew it for a lojng long time A grim and ugly ogre the ogre Of dire necessit ty had forced him away from the vil llage to the great seething city when he was little more than a boy long llong before he had proved his right to his knightly plume and spurs The first time he went back on a visit thV ugly ogre wouldnt allow him to do this for over so long and be only let him stay just a week and a day whem 60 did get back the yQnng woman found out that she loved him although she wouldnt admit this even to her self for nearly seven years afterward not until she was getting to be a sedate middle aged woman Of thirty and the chivalrous lovely knight was near ly thirtyfive But she couldnt help owning up to herself that she wished she might see more of the handsome knight you seethe knight had gone to school with hfer In her childhood and had been her own special and particular knight and protector in those days and by and by the ugly ogre without In the leapt meaning Jt served her a good turn Tic turned her nut of the village and sent her htirrying off to the great city alone and lonely and with her own bread and butter to earn or go hungry It was some time before the chivalrous knight found her but after that the great city which hndl seemed so dreary and gloomy and lonesome to Tier at first didnt room tsobad with a frlendTand such u friend as the chivalrous tnlgh In It TOe other girls exchanged glances stealthily Jit this point but the happy faced girl with the brown eyes never noticed It With her eyes still fixedt upon the dusty roof she was intent upon her story And the little smile which crept from these eyes to the happy mouth and back again was so sweet with happiness that it made her beautiful Onp or two of the more Ira aginative girls were beginning to won der if the chivalrous knights fair maid en had looked like that The brown eyed girl sighed a little as happy chil dren sigh In their play and their sleep before she went on tSo the young woman was happy In the friendship and she never thought of anything else she said the softt voice a little tremulous now And then all suddenly the chivalrous knightt sought her out one evening and asked her fp be his wife 161 have longed tq say 1thls to you for months and months darling he said but I have not dared and fort two reasons But now tbatl have been promoted end am to have money enough to make a home for you if you will oly sAy yes I have plucked up courage to asknay imploreyou to say It And so But the brown eyed girls face was so full of blissful joy and glo ry now that the other girls could be silent no longer And so they were married and lived happily ever afterl they cried in cho rust rushing upon and covering her wltii caresses And were nil ever so glad for you both Whywhy exclaimed the girl with brown eyes amazedly whats the mat ter with you all Obnnd she broke off to blush so divinely that If Philip the chivalrous knight had only been present he would surely have insisted upon her marrying him then and there instead of waiting three weeks longer rTve given myself away havent IIV dafter nil I said about not telling cjilugs that had actually happened Well laughing as only happy crea ures can llu h4In081ccla1 harm has been done I suppose after all Ini wing to Icl e the firm on Saturday It should have told yon all this week nywoy tnd itS I didnt quite knov ow to doll gracefully Im not gOlnjt say auytUlng cross about my Httl lip of the Imagination Chicago Tnt me Sounded Suspicious Treason treason cried the RpenkiT WlmtH the racket 1 asked a mon outside Patrick Henry making a speech What is he doing Hammering thevrrustllU Egg Sandwiches Cook three eggs for twenty minute In boiling water then drop Into col water When cold takeoff the shell and rub to n paste In n deep bowl wit a wooden spoon adding a rounding tu blespoonful of butter and three tes Spoonfuls of cream Season with sn and pepper to the taste and wh smooth spread between thin slices buttered bread Whole wheat or tbread ire preferred to the plain wU1 bremL KILLTHECOUCH if CURE nt LUNGS WITH Dr isv KinI1Dieol FORC3Eb PPtMs ALLTNRQATANDLUNSThOtmLEL BATIPAOTO1oz 1a IIZEGF BULLSEYE IM VaHM Aeeerilfctff Ae Dlpta Iw1 Rifl Sbeetlfifl A ballseye is bullseye te aa ex preeston frequently used ia connection witk rile shootliig but those data Millar with military rIMe practice as at present conducted have little eon ceptlon of what to meant by a bollscye o aranges1t300 800 500 000 800 900 and 1000 yards Fdr these ranges three targets are employed The first is target A which is used at 2QO and 30Q yards It is six feet tafIand four feet 1aldUtwJtlt tbuUsqe In the center eight Inches IB diameter This iIs surrounded by a circle twentysix laches ia Another circle is fortysix diameter The UuUseye counts outerI shot In the inner circle 4 IK the circle 3 and on the remainder targets The B target which is usEd at 500 and 000 yards is six feet quare It has a twenty Inch bullseye and the first circle is thlrtyFevea Inches and the second circle fiftythree inches lameter The value of the spots iis he same as on the A target The 0 target Is used at 800 800 and 000 yards This is rectangular In shape being six feet high and twelve feet llong It Is divided into three see ions by vertical lines three feet from each end In the center Is a thirtysix lInch bullseye surrounded bYa fifty four inch circle A shot In the bulls ye counts 5 betweea the bullseye and tthe rim of the circle 4 anywhere oat side of the circle but wltfelir the six foot square 3 and at either end of the target but outside of the square the shot counts 2 points Philadelphia Record WHO OWNS THE AIR Ancient Legal Maxim Say Man Own Land Ute UISky It Is still a moot point whether or not the flying of airships ofer private propertymay be opposed by1 due proc ess of law in England there is an ancient max im embodied in the English common law which saysitHewho owns the land owns It up to sklej This venera ble rule a legal authority points out Is ns good today as ever it was and Is full of menacing significance to the irrshlp builder the effect of this rule Is to give the owner of land the exclusive rIght to the free enjoyment of the air over and bove the four corners of his holding and any Interference with that enjoy neat however apparently slight and harmless constitutes a trespass for which an action may be brought Applications for Injunctions against airshipowners and actioas for trespass by aggrievttd landowners are not un likely proceedings in the near future New York Sun Hew She Salvtd It There was something about the facet of the stranger who sat opposite to her In the tram car that was familiar to the stern lady Pardon me slit saId it1 ani not mistaken you are one of the poor underpaid working i girls whom our Emancipation soclety tried to benefit or at least you were n year ago That Is so1t said the stranger IIgtbeenprosperous now allI have everything want and never was to happy In my IIte1tIThats splendid You must lave solved the woman problem I have Glorious Do tell me about It Ive marrledl A Case of Auto Suggittlcn A baker on the upper west side who purchased an auto delivery wageS was surprised to receive the following mes sage from one of hls most partlcutar customers Please send no more or ders tome by your new wagon The smell of gasoline in the rolls made al most tbeentlfe family sick The baker sent word to the customerr that ns the auto was drives by eic trlclty nnd no gasoline was used at all she must have been mistaken and add ed Perhaps the cook had Just cleaned lier globes that dnyNew York reaL Not Tee Late Not tong after the great Chelsea fire some Children in Newton Mass held a charity fair by which llS was real Ized This they forwarded to the rec tor ota certain Boston church who had taken a prominent part in the re lief work with a letter wblcb read aomewbttt ns follows We have had a fair cad made SIS We are eendtne It to you Pleue five It to fhe Chelsea suflercrt sour truly etc P 8Wehopeth uflerJnc U not all over Piety Pletj Is not an end but a means ofr Ittnlnliig the highest decree of cultur by perfect peace of niud Hence It Is to ffe observed that those who make piety nn end and aim In itself for1 the Tywt sart beiue yoocrltes Ooethr If you would not cease to love man md you must not moodlaclarel1Hailstones 1 nat rm wlU Hailstones as big ns baseballsbat stones that kill cattle Rubbish It Is the truth declared the weatb er man These hailstones tall In the neighborhood of the Sierra Tapalglreu aear Buenos Aires Darwin himself Is my witness Darwin testifies for me InhlK splendid book The Voyage of the Beagle The great scientist saiw what I saw hailstones the size qf oranges crash Ingand smashing with a noise like a railroad collision After the storm be name upon thirteen dead deer and fit teen deed ostriches His companions saw several ostriches blinded In one ee and another ostrich running furl ously In crazy circles blinded In both eyes by those terrible stones What I saw was a herd of forty cat tle all lying dead About tthem the grass was gray and white with slain birds ducks hawks partridges 4The AncUnt Stene tttiiftrs It has been said that Asiatic nations excelled others the use of the sling and the sllngera of an ancient army used their little weapons with terrible effect Taese latlveslJave suck skill says one old historian that It very rarely happehs that they mis their Aim What mak s the so great la JeoriJ their mothers wbo set Bit a ptece oft bread hung at tHeM of a red for a target sn4 let thek cblUkM rtMt a wjtboMt toed ttatil they have Wt itwhen the cJiHd WHie tM Icttr re ceives the knead AS the rcwarA tf his skill cad patience J r i1p14- rtiu A ATjIO4C CLEARANCtSALJff I Segtnning F SR UARV Istand contiriuingthrogh S tfirU5 1f t t I DAY J FEBRUARY 6thJ f iOf White Goods embroideries Val Laces Table jI c- II Napkins Towels Crashes CurtainS IT iacev CurtainsI ShirtI Waists u I f f many other articles These articles will b jso1dbv 1 iI IIand r i 4 v CAstri i J 4 ii f tit s t J L t Strictly Many for less than cost When charged will d + j regular prices You willl find greatly reduced prlchrt j r I Departments during thiS sale For Cash lf ydq need a CLOAE OR FURS E Yf Et7 D nUailtpgetour prices WE WILL SAVE YOU M- GfiRDNDY 1J I f lIIMcITIREI i t i 0 a i i DUELING IN ITALY Hewth Count ef Turin Came to Fight Prince Htmry of Orleans The greatesi duelJ of modern days IB Italy was Unit betweea the Count et Turin and Prince Henry ef Orleans It came about In a curious raaa flee Prince Henry bad Insulted the Italian army after the battle of Adowa arid one day received a telegraphic challenge to a duell signed Victor Em acceptedminister came to knowlt the drown princes Irapufslve action mad Inter feredBntw King Haajbert bb father bow can If be stopped Out honor Is now involved CHapl tbQBgbt a ijoment arid then exclaimed I have It heColDt Icmanualone whotonght This was followed by one of those genial practical Jokes which convulsed Europe France at that time hated Italy and never lost ai opportaaky to sneer at her lit mutt be explained that in Home there was always at car nival time i characteristic flgtirr of a little old man with an immense sword riding a donkey who wall caricature of the ate of chivalry and was call d General If aanaggla fa Rdcca Onto day tla the tTresch papers appeared an impoileg anaoaBcemeat that General Maaaaggta Rocca threw hk glove at the feet of the entire French nation and cast their base InslaiattMs la their teeth Inviting any or all to mortal fight Replies were Bot long in cowing one of which was froai a net ed fencer and duelist of his 4ay M Toraegueux appointing hk NCOIKIC and announcing tbeU arrival hi Ree hri wn oatbe qdvJve from gov ernmeat personages to the haathif bargee and when the trick played E81OtCshrfekeloudest of all Pall MaHrGasette EQUALLY GUILTY The Apebfy Ma felty an Uneen seleuily Profane Maif The proprietor of a certain hotel In Maine Is nut only one of the kindest and heat hearted of men but nfso one of the most profane lite swears with out knowln It and rieanu no offense He srends but little time In the oeeand of aaythewas In cohreritioD with the manager when lady Interrupted them I Iant my room changed she said It Is on the side overlooking the kitchen and I am annoyed by the swearing of sonic nina down there or pry morning Jim a church woman dIlYJheremarks the manager for she dil not ktow the proprietor or that the one who did the wearing was be Do you hnpppb to know who thatt man Is he ased before the raaa ages could reply No I do not she answered Well I do the proptTctor cbntin ued and he doesnt mean any store when he wears time you dj when you get down on youi knees to Llpplscotts prayII They Were Discreet Ia the exjupH rf an ii tervlew Cardlr nab Manning a short time before tils death referred to his boyhood days as follows Well If you want me to talk noBsease I will say that It U a long way back to remember for am eightythree but J spent my childhood at Totterldgc A boy at Coombe Baak Christopher Wadsworth late btelwfi of Lincoln and Charles WadsworthV bishoP ofgt Andrews were aay play fellows I frankly admit I was very i i wttcfclevous The two Wadsworths and I con I celve4 the wicked Intention of rebblaf t the vinery The floor was always kept t locked and there was nothIng far ibut to enter through the roof There was a dinner party that day bet thre I wepe no grapes This Is probably the t only case OB record where three fu ture bishops were guilty ef larceny Were we puleheg No Were div e creet We gave wTrstJves PaiMa wees k forgiven I irweets Wh ffThe wings tlJte koneed vlhra4 S5 times a secOndtbese ttkH1We 440 c f JEvcry one cplhN at the bdnsi w this oryJb t nobody of WI J jgaentLa Roeh fdaeattld = J ooooOooOooGoo o00000 QSTheySafest and Quick t Way to TT4nsfer Mo 1rr a ilijor 1rt YH P r IS BVIU Ii 1 i t lti 4 kL4rac LOn Disthnce i Iephojie J I = t J t a ocallMur r t n j T c btrflfrIl8fITjli CCcapuj fi 1 tJ fti2 HfCORPOKATBD t Q j Q Sloan Liniment is the best reined y 1otaM 4T and bruises c f It quiets the pain at oooe mod lcaa eaZi e fW 1tend erestpart witlioutharHs becaekesiL E taridJ J 7 Sioae ff 2 ft Liniment G rj an excellent antMeptic H bJfer lieals cuts burris wovi ls tusks and wfll draw te Ki o iiIIII5ii stinf of poisonjjpQs isisecteV ois Os MSl r UI J 11 J J I t4- j Ir1 ur tiw adTJiluulea t utf take jtaKMinll ttt JipiCl otth 8 J CK t rl Witea Dwia the year wbvi bHI tmtMfct rem very Ieeskte twirf tAtat twas BedUl who hail never IMMI IIctJru wttii 1 UUtwx ftbad never sece a WisteM 1 wwrtetf pJftthbed Nasg w faI oil Li ie tnlrd U IIIHP hitM-I catit sty awake nil 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RdrCtW6M1f iI1l hcpdicae M 4Wikt Iiit ae E W i MlOt1t L U vdnkRobhtrn I Ui Lr IpI t t LJPurgOI I IN ia Rrug1s WL Cf fiF i iiiu TOWN Aili Lca1 ppuis tfttTfcii rgitiui E SUM Lat t Mt lty ptI a Acqhitsi- S i i IIfI bM Campbell baj rtattd u boyarof Mrs X Yv Mayes wh Mr J R Gor vcited a we n kNr Jt C vGor who 3ben iii t t grocery bciMneM here for MTtral BKXitb has loade aoo tuif lfOtU1 bentfit of his crdiV n Ill Lthtr A Burns M aaia fM assgnee poa aALE1eyen good work ai1 Ins threyer c4d Jack a i wtftMlipgcolt Will sell or trUt Bother stock i J F KEENE Bo te5it Springfield Kv Rid uoe5bkh1 pitting tnifltnc oatarrb brbncb tisare- alleUiI1lurecl by Hyomei Ask the Red CroM Drug Store they fMra t4eit 100 fer a comj plMe omtfit including inhaler Mr OharliB R Mclntire has irtooved from the property re otmtlT sold the Baptist church for a new church siteMnto the hoM yacftted by Mr Wm Sbeli in lh first of tne year f Miss Lilly Simms who has heWilM position as bookkeeper for Scbiltt AReidel has accep Wdbeplace as bookkeepei with Cnniagham Daacan Co resigned by Siias Edna EJdelen The sale Of peVsotial property of Oaoar Reynolds near Simms otf last Saturday attracted a mall crowd but everything sold wall On0 team of horses Drought PIG and corn sold ut 60 cents tbnehel JlMlrsJBolwareJames Gregory and G 0 Wharton are attending the Association of Can Mrs in session at Louisville They are making an effort to i- nrt parties to establish a can ninjf factory here Tb little three year old daugh ter of Mr nt Mrs R L Wheat ated alter a short illness at the hotfie of ber parents in the St ROM neighborhood on last Fri day light The remains were buried at St Rose on Sunday morning twe call attention to the lid ver ti InIIdexed Holy Bible A Jarge num ber oX these bibles have been Hold in Springfield recently and Terybn is bighly pleased with tie work The pubIishersdesir- to secure agents in every county fort this work County Clerk W F B6oker granted during tire past week the following marriage licenses Lonnie Pope and Miss Ida Co canougber Lee Btshop and Miss Hadgie Lewis Mr Larkin Den nis and Mrs Elizabeth Arm strong H A Rudd and Miss E1IsMTobinTb of Fix Superior has been in session tall of this werk ard have ben hearinp complaints from those tax pay ers wht se assessments have beeu raised Property values and especially those of farming lands have been rated in all parts of the county thjJ year Mr JohnB Mullican one of the countys aostbubstantaJ citizens was Operated on iir strangulated hernia at his home bejowton one day last week The operation was performed i y TJrvK C McChprd of Lebancn p1reairgj JIJJe gi ea Lincoln and Washington Birthday Party at the homeoI- Mr Sam Shew maker in Mack yule on the evening of February 12th Supper served from 8jo iQjoclOok Price 25 cents Six of our Presidents with their wivea will bn represented in eoatumev Everybody invited lto atttnd Walter J Matherlv of Macif tUba this county fias decided o pf acb tbe gospel and to uphold the standard of truthand chrfs ianity among tbdsd wiWihwhn miaglee through life Be ii- hSLyeara of age and is one of the 5proinntMr alaiht d1ili owatter iiiajf ebool lt Williaim Jewell- OoJkfre of Wkttif Ko which w OM of theflQegt Baptist- eolUfM In the United Statest Wiirith him Goaa speed i- uhijjjjjr TOrId81It Mr Jobn D Burns who has bfen partially blind for several years front the effects of cataract IB rtjbifcingovec the fact that his eyesight haa bnreoe4 to him IStveral week ago Dr S J Smock removed the cataract andlnow Mr BUrns says he Can read the newspapers and hisI bible a privilege be has not enjfcved for severalyeari II1NII Mr and Mrs J R Olaybrook last Week that twin boys arrived alMr JD Turners home tile fir tqf tie week Mrs Turner was Miss Annie Claybrooke who has many friends here inher home co ntr 3 S M Campbell reports Leba not COUDt court day as being i djwitti asmall crowd inatten He reports the following iksales 12 twoyearold stefat 3250 JO yearling steers at30 seven same at 22 cow and caltl49 milk cow 12450 horses from2ij toS5 good horses 100 to 200 a pair of w rfc mules M 1290 another p tir265 yearlingrnulesfor 86 The public sale of livestock and farm products ol the MujcCd cCnducOOdln Campbell wasVell attended and everything sold high Yearling cattle sold atahut500 per hundred pounds milch cows from UOto 50 each horses and broodmares from 85 to 16750 mule colts S75 to85brood sows at about 10 cents a pound Corn sold at63 tents a bushel hay at 7 to 15 a stack and corn fodder at 7+ to 12i cents per shock lMessrs John Shuck McElrpy and Jack McChord two Springfield boy Who are members of the Senior class of Central UnI- versity at Danville are gaining more honors at that institution They captured first and second prizes for oratory in a large class of students These prizes are atJdtare eonsidered quite 4n honor to the winners In addition o ihs honor John Shuck McElroy has been appointed class orator of the grad uating class of 1909 The marriage of Miss Eana Edelen toMh Thomas FJleatreansof Louisville will ba solemnized on the 23cd atStr Roe at 9 oclock during High Nuptial Mass Miss Ed lenisa daugb ter of Mr Get rge Edelen and has been employed by the firm bf Cunningham Duncan Co as bookkeeper which t position she has filled with much credit to herself ftn4 the entire sati fac of her empl overs Mr Fileatreau is former resi dent of this county buts uow en gaged in the insurance business in Louisville Last Sundays Courier con tainea a facsimile of the irivita tll n tho Shririers of Louisville r will issue to th rtyfiftb anniversary j of their organization The invitation contairs thepicture olI Miss Mars Haydori one of Springfield handsome and popular young Jladijes Permission was asked of Miss Bavdon to use her picture with promise that her name would riot be di yulged But tier friends r c ognized the picture and the secret is out and we suspecit there will be onany a khriner who will crave an acquaintance with the original of whom there arj fe w handsomer Tobin Ritfd Mr fi Albert Rudd and Miss Ella M Tobin were marrUdon Tuesday afternoon at St Domi For SaleJUorsesjJ We have in our stable at Springfield the following horses which we will offer at a bargain toquickbuyersA driving mare i seven y arsold and a nice handler Ar big brown combIned horse Will make anyone a gOod family horseA combined forrell horse six y ears oH and a food one A nice 6year old spotted pony blCtDbl Parties desiring to look att hese horses can find US1n Springfield at any tinie Phone 176 PARKSSIMMSj ItracI charrealrh I Abb WORK Cone in this Me lai Jrstclaas in every respect and joit as ad vertised IY STALLARDDD S SprlHeh1 1C iluifffFII Die Church by Rev Easier PF Henuessy The bride is a daughter of Mr John Tobin ol the county ard isi a young lady wjio- ijsj quite Jpopalat with a wide ajllIOni ajl industrious young farmer Ttie NewsLeader offers congratulations Beglefloian Miss Mattie Begley of Fan wick and Mr J M Horan of Lebanon were married yesterday in Lebanon Miss Begley is a very popular schoolteacher and has many Mends and ad ttirers ipI this county Mr Horan is 4 progressive farmer of Marion county Shortly after tthe ceremony the bridal couple left for the city to1 spend a few days Notice i I desire to notify the public that I have rehewed my license nreparedtokinds I respectfully J solicit a share of the patronage of the public and will endeavor to give sats faction VeryTruly WJB SPEARS Springfield Ky I pi 9At rWill ONii was Iu Danville Monday Mr P J Thomas was in Lou isville Tuesday Geo Mann of Bardstown was 1n town Sunday Miss Elise Durreti iis visiting relatives at Bloo field 0 Miss Mary GI ason returned from Louisvillej llast night Mr J Rogers pore and family left Monday for Hb Jgensville1 Miss Myrtle Price is visiting Mrs Fred Spalding of Bardt town Miss Lizzie Montgomery of JBardsitcwn is spending a few day bere I1 Miss Willie Kott left Tuea day to Visit Miss Neal Burke of Jeffersonville t Gwinn Marks and Frank McCabe spent a few days in Louis ville this week Mrs Amanda Tate off qamp bellsville is visiting her daugh terMrs Annie McEjrOy Miss Mary till Buckman of Bardstown is spending a few days with relatives here Mrs T W Hardesty will go to Louisville Friday to visit her mother Mrs Lanham Messrs John W Lawis W F GrigsbV and W A Waters were in Lebanon ycsterday- MissldaMcOlureis confined to her roim wth i severe attack of torisihtis this week Messrj R C Clarkson and 0 0 Bolderick of Lebanon were over esterday on business Mr Adolph Hertlein left last Thursday for Louist lle where he will make his future home Miss Regina Yancy has returned home aftela two weeks visit to rela ives in Louisville Mrand Mrs Patterson of Louisvilie are visiting Mrs Pit tef sons lather Mr John Tobin Mr and Mrs Ivan Rogers of Lepanon are guests of Mr and Mrs F R Neae and other rela Lives Rev W H Williams Messrs Sill F Pettus and J A Boulware were in Louisville the first of the week gjMrf John Shader and MrS J J McCabe went toy Louisville Monday Mrs Shader returned TuesdayS Gibbs bas resigned his position as bookkeeper in the Peoples Bank to engage iu farmingMrs George Ed len returned home Tuesday night from a two weeks stay with relative Louisville V I lMiss Stella fifmms return4tc- her home Monday after a visiii to lier 811 ter Mre Pin Whalltn of Bardst wn r I Mr NonsMtfl HcMMicw tMilfri 1IkId5 ol CaMpMltwillt AI to of Baad WriG s =Mi iBertha Haydon retvrned from Lebanon last Friday after weeks visit with Miss Eatha tift Spalding r fjfjri Morrisson ONan Tommy Colvih and Ernest Tong who spent a week in Louisville returned home the early part of tfai JMrWbadly injured a short by the being crossing struck below by thetimeacotlI Ible to be on the streets again te first of the weeks Mrs J L Wharton is itLLouisT yule visijing her sister Mrs Robert Steele and attended the marriage of her nephew Robert IfcNair Steele to Wee Craik Tuesday eveningS QMrs S C Moore of Denison llexas and Mrs Roger Handy of Sherman Tex are expected to arrive here tonight They were called here by the serious illness of their sister Mrs J U oElroy whose condition is considered alarming Mr and Mrs Byron Croako left Tuesday to spend six weeks or two months in Florida They go to New Smyrna on the eastern oist to spend the greater part 1therPOlDtsturning in tie Spring Notice All persons having claims against the estate of John M Mayes deceased will present same properly proven to me no later than Feb 26 1909 f AETWELL 1THERINGTON Administrator of John M Mayes RF1D- No1il1isburgKyEorSaIeorRent AgOod seven room dwelling on Grundy avenue for rent or for sale Water iin pause good garden and outbuildings Apply to T DT P DOLPHINS The Species Th tPlay Around the Shores af rittany Dolphin hunting na n sport Is old to the JIalonlns the lubabitants of St Malo Several species of dolphins are to be met with near tbe shores of BrIt tany The largest is known to science as Dclphinus delpbls and differs from ether varieties by Its long Jaws very like thebeak of a big bird and armed with about sixty teeth as bard and sharp as steel Its length may reach Dine reef and It weighs from 300 to 400 pounds A swift swimmer It preys on the schools of herrings fol lowing them right up to the Scottish waters In spite ofjts greed It Is noted for its mild temper and fre- Quently amuses Itself by playing around ships inr the open sea Then there Is tile Delphinua turslo or lout fleur This Is smaller and Its beak Is shorter though armed with strong powerful teeth that enable It to attack a big fish plnnlqg It down to the rocks with such force that Its nose la often deeply marked with numerous cuts This dolphin bates tbe very sight of a ship and never comes close to one Finally there Is the porpoise or mar coulotbe smallest sperles of the genus Much sport may be obtained by bunting these various dolphins Wide World Magazine HIS UMBRELLA It Was the Caute af AIrInG Family ISecrits In PullllcIA young man was riding in an omni bus He took tbe corner seat and held to his hand an umbrella which bad been given hIm as a birthday present On the sent facing him was a lady with a precocious boy evidently about five yenrs old The youngster regnrded the young manwltb attention for a few moments aad then his eyes wandered to the umbrella He gazed at Jt In silence for blsseatjedOll mamma dont that look pas umbrella1 IIkeP8j Hush hjisb jmy child V theI mother patting the prodigy ootbrI head Papa was Ioohg for his umbrella this doming mamma continued the CljHd wonder 7Tei yes but he found It1 said the mother hurriedly as the conversatlpn was becoming of interest to the cu1 iWbyi youngster lou know he didnt You told bm that he didnt know enough to keep an umbrella Vby mammaI At this stage thesmall boy Was car ned howling from the bus Peartons Weekly ThDrenwMarriage Is a good tbtqg for single men said the bridegroom elect Rum Yes remarked Mr Hen peck for single men or1lyNew York Times wrnPECream Vermifuge TUtWWUITEEl WORK lEIEfll rTi TIlE ONNJKirS FAMHNTC TONIC =POPMS I4Y IT Uard1w LIt C- XCVM MOt flfP OnO5 DRUG STORE 1140JfARMBfS BICptl tbbetassor Sh wmaker 4k Co LiMirt W announce to the pitb1ie that I will handle Buggies WagOI1- Wire Fef1ce JIwill make a Cialt1of the rad11tbeMr Pricea will beLoWE than the lowest and will bear IDVeII gation tlJ S les rooms opposite Boolitt k Bishops Stable ACKIMBALL SPRINGFIELD KY THE CHOtJCHIHG TIGER A Huntint went htha JunflM ef Iwllfc Now and tbea a soldier tea Hell oand kneeling pa the battlefleid ts if about to take aim at tbe mH1stone dead A bullet IB the brila JM converted him into statue ef him self Captain Fowytji IB kia High lands of Central India teUefl a il liar effect produced by as explosive shell OB a tiger The captain irbile the hpwdak of his trained elephant hanging a tiger saw tbe beast jcroucklng under a bask on tbe bank of a ravine He took ala and fired a three ousce shell at the tigers broad forehead To feta wr prise for be distance way tat thirty yards there was BO result Not a mo tion otthe tiger acknowledged tIN shot He rode round a quarter et a circle but stilt the tiger rem laed mO tipnless but looking iBteatly la the same dlrectloe Growing eaore aad more amazed the captaia rode up nearer with his rifle at full cock nit the tiger did not move Then be caused the elephant to klck tile beast The tiger fell over He was stone dead The shell hail struck him full IB the center of the forehead hurst IB his brain and killed hint iBstaatlyEx cl1anreI BOAT DWELLERS chIne FLtiM H0mM and Thlr kw Gait Ppulatleii Stand beside the Imperial caatera bonse1at Canton and let the eye range down the river toward HongkoBg As far fA the sight can reacltleboat boats and again boats These frre BO ordinary craft mere vessels of traas port plying hither and thither bat the countless homes of myriad Chlaese Ila which millions have been born lived and died They are the dwellings ef the very poor who live la then practi cally free from rent taxes aad titer burdens of the ordinary citbea Tbe Tankia which raeaafr boatdwell ers as the denizens ofteae foitls j houses are called fdrra a sort et caete apart from the rest of the CaateaMc The shore dwellers regard thew M eo longing to a loWer social order aadlp deed they haveaitay jcastoaw pecaUur to themselves which mark tbeai jaaV 8eparatef cos3BraaMj Hew the aw rai lOg maSses of them contrive tt sapfort existenceis a mystery hat thirck1ef mode of employment Is IB oirrykig merchandise and passengers trim place to plAceLoudon Ladys Realm A Great Man A Breslau paper pvbJtohM tilt childs composition as aa extract from Robert Goupps PsycKelogy f the Child Charles the Great was a good brave man He had a horseshoe which be broke Whenever je aiet a Turk be drew his sword and cut the Turk in two so that the halves Iew to all ends of the world He wore tile clothes only which hIs daughter sewed for him He was very pleas When be could sot sleep he prayeit Once upon a time be was Jcaeellag at the foot of the altir The pope saw kim there and anointed him and so he be came German emperor Thea he gave the people German Bases He found ed schools and churches These teara ed to read and to write Whoa he died be sat down In a goktea chair and was put In a vault He Is atttlif there still l v Irh Human Heart bookayltlhas ever come witbia the raage of its personal experience It preserve aa eternal record pf all the stories in which it lisa played a part It IIs strange wbat sad thiags maybe hidden In its depth without giving any rtImantling to the face bat All the while you see pnly the topmost strataai If tbe graves beneath were to give ap their dead the smiles woaklllHB1 strangely i Just like this great ontoQfPtaceItIe reaews s ItYear after year and has Bet oh It- slrlacea tokea to tell what is the simple troth that It has glrea graves to 200 geaerattons f hasMta hclafs Farrell i 6 Glacial WenaVs The graadear of aatares forces atay be uuderutood when one ef the gla class of Discq bay Greenland Is stBd led Hellaotf estimated tbatlt had a thickness of 930 feet with a hrea4th of 18400 feet and was foaad to fee moving stile rate of fortysevea feet 1per diem And this Disc bay glacier was only one of the easy Risk esjtl males that on the west coast H Oreeotl 1land there are 120000 8Qaare Biles lyIpfA Difficult Fe Hten A young captkla who was drilling the awkward sqwad cowasded tkasj Now Biy mea llstea to SM Whea I say Haiti put the foot thatsea Ike ground beside the one thats lathe air sad remain motk IeMB cWrlhf f axine 0H MIpls Did you meet shy ef the BMphers of the nobility wbea jroa were tu Earoper asked MIN G flh4eiffh Sure I sat betweeft K rlHa enalar1Chlcage The Truth i Every psNsisLthis NTwMf ktt Kesss P1ss NE ae js ef kie saip 4h seas taaJ ieIiel Jbs pus- lycZeRit a ISM for txtClase if V Z1MO Haydo I = rII NEW Receiving coons 1 AT irti dti 1 EBJQJJsToRai j I NWiIJ tj i t I I H pj I Big Chi Ill Prices I Ladies Cloaks Sate f ei t I Iofd Skirts MaisaiVSuits aMtrcii ReceIved Large Stock 4 d IIJust 6 luslin llnd rulrtGet our prices before buying anything in our line I t t WecarrytheLargest I t IIStocks In naIfI Robertson Olajtoote Lit uf SIPOEAT2D 11 r1 H it L IIBuy i Good Collfeio8 i 1I L r t ThatiykJbLI-y in W DICS frw pai I aQIth qusJity p o 2 v f ts Cudiej lit Mis f i i5 nt X J iipm i f I Brwd BUH Dilly I f iIIl i l1 r Atff l r atiI ili = i ikz Cc olf t Ii tMill it II w 61LI14 We eyeMt ithe JYtLti JL t G jae1r = goodoia home tyi 7 r f r f iJ Oya1ways fr f i7 ccciyti i 44 I5I Vafriea af Memaiy Tile vagaries of the oW BMBS atea ory are Indeed cHrtws Lord He ch tea told SIT M iuat8ttlartGraat IMIl tIia th bad ones beea jreeelt whet Lord Lyadbarst and Dr faahlaftea were asked what was the lIMIt liter bating thing that they reaMBiberea OhM said Lyadharst yaaieahteily the day which I peal w th Waia eait 1t01lat Venwa XJhsaMI tttsblagtoa aa4e btedly jtW week which sfeat with Bare at leaceas feUL Katarally they wet aekei te tell soaMthlag of whet h4 pallid ea tieR occasloa W aeitber e ttem ciali remeaaber aaytbtag whaterer There is aiach to be saM tor aBststtac the BrtBtory ef hood thugs with a dtory as tlr UetutXvart kIselt41- dLdea Chreaicl Paid Firs Ppit PUyaHy tB the elchteeath ceatary the Lea 4Wer cel4 jIeOttl81 eI iayf- or a odet fee la a IfMi 1s tet4ea pabltebeita 1717 K IWM saM At It James chapel reyat by ka ttc at the side Meraai atlpplBf a sttittaf for each person lito the haa4 eC tiW verger wbe psit yea awy here M BiHtaaee M ataa4 duriac dtviM junr Ice la the preencoot tbelraaajifUes Later a sblHlac sack pewM BH 18 BMly sit la their royal ynxao lot la pews butJa taraay jea4a is the side ttMW IAVq WMoi iarbtgJiI frst visit te a farp HHIe Willie caiBttatt ttM bo = eryMc ettiy v hat to the Mtttc r adhis BMther J ieeteat to so the S ed JrIMJkat give Betbiac lm Htlttb be l Jexpectr faired the llWIatill4 IBi Mt aure Whit f xPIe4I- dp1leeUlk r iet w sea ess- boef ciie r 4AfI1tTesvk saM the yaaifjr jBsaa thMffBtfiiiy whta lxIstarnSM a asbJeetieMa ldl- heered lk ibNehl7 Tha4s Iks i tb1rtjrnp- ii D4YS Va U- asi iWSIV Eassae H G7 t Jt1Wb r IsN1bc w i W 5IIhst r NM IrNu4 leAjireajeasg ssmlj I MMprI jp aiart wiavgitlat a pset ib beI fee the guests arrtrvat- t j liri the I MM tMsase131vIthjpc WM i ta eiBaf tat tmtttogea 4 o wKhU 0 jTe I fMIw afl mileIN M replied 4tSYeetb Yiea WS4Wtt1 w 1111 hi- ACiSIkOL1JISift IIQ1N Llas N ni l ea t 1 I jltilIl 11f 11 1 IIsI Tafi at Bl iwi IJ dr I i lf r 4k w it i GwnFksh 1 1 Ps suibisbst- jlf1Ff1 CIr fl- I t tL1 = i tS l ifIf ehe JIllaMIId II lie rAcetate dfrthIi I1 V you ca SCOTTS EMULSION IPkJ5Li1ISS Iw Sse NsII 1 7JJI is T7TTiTw IIITTTkT T 1 I II7 1 1LSI This Anyway d tri b6J il it smpIe homeds IDI eSfl r r thit i w t iI4 ITWt sny case Qt it 1 KJtey t 1 1ore i ttsr bighpsiM ao J- uii14rpsiar the iefrtr jn qst Np4 rt rfal O tW Ikft IIfl Mi ily it r 4 the rcipe TiyT vgid ztra 0ndeioD one Uo pound Kargnef f Syrup tbrtc oancet Tike ll tk L stftec sch meal JYi wet kc1r1tlJet here w g 1t i J 1Ia t t aliirmu abdd yaIidMbebysbakiLE- aIB iboUI Thia mixture ol a peooHiur qli esuiag atid oothT ieo ttbs sotirs Kid IspdVr4nt1j Mructerean or roocM8 the worst forms f f tI1 r t iajtItaJh i ici i4Ie This mixture ts midip 1o is0r e4s d iBsomatism by forcing t r- 1 XtfMT lo filter ani ftiraii tbe blood and systeiu all n aIPlr decopoedj j eiLtittjjt1 4ktks Try It if joi arent I 1Jin1tiprftCrl Qon rri34 i t r i oocli j i J r tt l llrHM HMtv Who Wwe LavWi InI 4d ThirL3 I t t1 Ik ar r Wlei- t t JMHNMM te tJM wilds of Africa ust d t c to rete bow Mice fludlug it necessa r ijr N c ian t yHych JBeJloi uad stained jajmss sW carried IL with a cake of SI P i wHgbborlnf spring where j f 4i I1Mftsc4I grwa p Of Dative woiiien t stc leer WaJtfTJMY erttJ1uyht ripr d Uy the way ba which the sgwU dispp r dan a1f difi t1 t sodaawII11 j t isbrsskimip MfM Kfagsler 8IrUJj J rtsupa iMFecfous commodity lQ thi t wULfl Ms pldga wea polated to ij A ert hp wooMtn who Roi being acJ I tJ ifwe4 eiMifcssei boldly that she bedI118j 41tIS k and cast K Into the eprIng1 iat Its extraordinary powersotre 1 nc sod farsaefits might be penna 1ieiJt11 tatfwrted to the waters stieff wortlfied tci learn that hera t jrtr d bM 1a vaIuIh1 tMl SVi Peter McQ eeo of Gharles i Wwsae1eIIa kindred story His 4 WM JK c kt althbugb 4 Brtllfbd It with him Isd erMt1ervitfo iu a I iaasfttiy ef clean wafer j wbe we erowefl the Taru ertazr7f 1ivecbet belt of wind stretching some rS f i hi eveiitysx miles be relatelTld iff r Ies had reached us that an Eugllsb i JxpIonr who had attempted to1 cross 54Itdeft shortly before as had perI Ijtofced Iroa thirst so we wanted to be r jefef ir 7ea caa Imagine ray surprise when t jssxfcpeto taking My rst draft of wuterl f dIc brad tlHit lr LatH strongly of J r t OFAiitiiif IeWfiljsftMf slmqirli t 45alMVa5cDli tl MbP atfves id bea sty eer martial rW U taMH tori Bt ttNt I ijyC CfuHbiH rente from stnlllag wltbbi- wlftwi rr 4 tiSj 1 Wftb iaeekly cot l Ma l JM4he sy iter had nB trncil 7 e4 him to Jay ia a supply of clean wa lP lt llS4i Iifetl tlttthat bare ot S03P r 44j for soap be aid wniJ r1iA p si d 1o JMthIRt 1 TlH f JW sot nerteh of thirst b attic sfcctfe Jys of drinking soup t eaeds whkb agreed with Wither palate rf MT ntBAmch llOflHUveotthat partlc tac 0iMcr waa asln1Ikely to try to + j rtfr water with sop Youths Cow 1 1Lf TM laNi Iin haul 4 TJe iiv lay lets promise to marl v fi1 wlIre liier rjieB we grow tip Grade 3fev I JMlfht like Somebody else f ktttef then LullyYe too Gradel t 1 JlMWtilyJCHii yes letdo promise 4 ICky T1maL ij A Iwct V 1J JJr flaspeek I niafricd yoeL tore 7 Mr EenpeckYou dto 1 rH tver marry aIn If I live b atesa lv rears toldfIIluatrated fri wtI t T1teCa1J of Many lfi j Sudden DeathsI fli prevaikigiii ti ccMmt1I nK decepJideaths afe caused fcy itJ ngut disi- umouiatkM apqjIexynreoft the result of kid ney disease kidney trquble i- sa1edoldnuce th Ti ria It a4tiivFiil organs causing catarrh of c c tWIW r th kic1yj tienise1Sea lwak4tolId aate away celljby eel Iiaer trcs1ef a1jtMitaiVijs zestiiti sl Me tioft i14Iysa erILJ o1thekiducys IrlwreJee1t yr tattaiWe ioailMake I 1 1 biIi s Swpt t ucdrtitnoJi a in fw liasn ItaiIdO Jf iaiipeaaaiit iieeaity of hcing l t i12 cXtP1 d c kc ll1 t1jaaauy tis diig thie extraprdiueect 2r 1 ih11 the highctI honder r ui t calcatQjis- ycenttld llYJMv a Wdiii otitLofhsem Dr mar Qfc 3tuiitbn W V Wb- w ngtlni cr Poat iZIlr1bottleA HEAT IN AFRICA tIAA WHiMl 4M aii MuMkrs Butt ps pIe W TraveIa uJftIM M IITlDJ etiat di trotli E- t1bqtH ome 1ry HafcVta fair bis ArWfl =ttpon ts Jor DI Utefeeti to firttt CtralH JLM Wbe the BJCtive butcker frrofoses to Wt an o iwUce to that effect to sent id toLt wklte pee4the pr ipMU 4 yO yifere apprised ilfce ifict by the following fettling UMfcopcemeBt bale will be mur flmitofaorrfrw murnlng at i a a TkII eeM biexjeed crlBje so carefully B remedltate4 eveato the exact hour wmf lroftver not committed ai the f morning a secon noUce wa Is nil ItS follows JfFhe bile ran away d I mpifelBf aowas sot murderedn j But this pfas an exceptlQnal caseri1 heard story whkfc M se tar1ncte lstte of the atlve that 1 re tItfpt azL who relate it toM ia hat i the jncta4 Uocc rre l wbenijeSfas on aouei asti1 erll1flDa7 ad attack of fever One evenlng ie ucIedke would like someegga and teid Li boy to fet two and boll them pAfterMn M 4tari r bullets He tbl the boy Be miist get some more and boil them leas but alas these were brougbt e Urn tfceiisaine condition and tilt s1e1O1f Trifed be had never orS ered them at all Being nnwllllqg to give lube niade l othar attempt and toM his boy Come to nje when tile water bolls i beboydMo4 VNdTf said bls master put the hav counted pItQThe native method of reckoning Is to ount fp to ten and thn begin again arriving at the total by the number of the tens counted The sick man beard he boy st ta1r andgct as far alv tour tens when a second boy Inter end and qutiOnwbother It were tie third rorfqnrth4en This started a discussion and as they cotildll9t agree it was decided o begin all pver jigaln Meanwhile the eggs were still boiling and getting a katder aBd harder This was abonf r the last straw and Ill as the man d felt Uie was compelled to getXtit ed apd put a summary erld to the- ooking operations SOME SURE THINGtj oDfrm These Feats Bets to be avoided by those whqjire cocksure they can do all things are aboeWould seem that a good rnnqer could easily give a start of fifty yards Ina hundred to a man who was doing the t1tfew runnirsIf1nny can aord to give that mount of start to any man whof is at all strong on lls legs For first five yards or so they go at prac tically the same pace so that to run ninetyfive yards while his opponent hopping fortyfive be has to go more and It Is Weakthan twice as fast a jjtiafl indeed who cannot bop fifty yards in ten seconds An brdlnary wooden match lsensJ1y4 broken IB the fingers but although l there are many who will bet they can do ItnOt1e succeed In TiccomHshlng the taSK If the thatch Is laid acrossthe Jnafi of the middle finger of eIUer hind arid pressed upon by the first abd third fingers of that hand despite Its seem lag Jo easy at first sight No one can crush an egg placed Lengthwise between his clasped hands thati s If th egg be sound and has Ute ordinary shelbY a liens egg It Isj sate tQ bet a umn thalhe can not getsufota tihatr without bending tili body forwnrdor putting his fociI un erItlthe is sitting on It th edge of It Another equally certain wages is that a man cannot stand at thQ sId t 6isi rOom with both of his feet touch ing the wainscoting lengthwise It Iffsaf to bet any man Fave pne who is blind that he cannot stand Jor five minutes without moylOgIf4ie Is blindfolded Very iff renttt tis never embarrassing In novel for a rich man to find a lot jot poort kin There is always a vacancy In a 11bank where the rich man finds a gooi Lipositioncomes the tanks president An other child shows a genius for paint 5I Ing and the rich man sends him to Italy o study In a month or two the child returns a great artist But bow different In real life Ah how vastly dlfferentl Atchlson Globe ShiHad Often Studied It Little Marie had returned from her first visit to Sunday school And what llesson are you to stud forneitSuiTdaV her mother asked Nuffin much said the fouryear did rather scornfully Her Jest said learn all about the cataklssli and tonje In wed that already Ltppln roWsILike the Bee J Islr said Mr DnstIn Staxam like tie busy lee havo luduslrlous Iy stored the good thlnsswof HfeY Ves And anybody who tried to atoifypti was very IIk41y to ref in4g lisWashln ol1Stnr Force cf Habit t Captain of SlgnaersGGr4 what tire deuce does the fellow rornn Theres noword vUU tbrcpl OV run nlng CqrpQtnlIeg ifardVu sir but Signaler Higgins he rtittorslLoudon 11Puncb rHow Erasius Found Light InVoting is something of a hazard i times If we do not happen to have tin plain guidance of the old darky Jatik tor in Princeton Enisrus being nske d how he bad voted replied fu the mahnln sail II was Inclined to de tkv publican cause for they gave me 3 but IB the afternoon de Democrijia PriJ1hj t The Reel Reason HDe pb child died fum eatln too SIHuhttoo much watahmlllfon tWelU den dar asnte moghboY Puck V koRftM4t i 1it WiiliJe of lbi et hwtrbeie real cietr 0 DW juep what 1caIk4 fcliair omlld LedN I To iM dot I glstbgre luuriseeTayIoi 1111111 fDRINBUCCANEERt- A iri tjhoWai Known it the Blacbeard Prate I LS BATTLEWI1HMAYNARDl AftM eM5Hirid l tr i Dsiis Heuf Hung at the Bpw ij ed tiHit JEriji of the Lieutenants Woop M Lbs ailEack to Viririathslnc t 5tTbaJacbeaP1 was a name with which telrrorlze the Atlantic coast of the or ojbuccRDecr liaringame was known he stands a close val of the fainqus Captain Kldd Italdee in some respects he did notsur as3tbalf notorious treebooterIJITJiv date of Thatchs bfrr h Is lost In hlsturyj and his iBatJye piace Is Vari ously given as Brfetol and Jamaica Ie fi18tflhpt1LNUS a foremast baud to Major Stede Unnea gentleman of Barbados who although a man oftoper and having small knowledge fthe sea thoughtproper to fit out n g sloop and take to a life of piracy the explanation of his being a little disTtracted IngcharItably given by onetbiographer However that may hIS crew missed In the major the qual Theydeposedjace Bonnet was tried and executed in1711 Thatchs first Independent exploit oftwhich we have ii detailed account took lzce In June IllS when he captured wp French lbS near the Bermudas empty1TrausferrIDr the laden i rel and letting them go heir wsyIII sailed r1t1i his prize of essel aDil Hgar tOr BatbtowDNQt withtbeJvernor Of which place Charles rn he had previously ar rived pleasant understandingato Thatch t itve out that he had fOunda the FreniU ship deserted Governor- sEden recched sixty hogsheads pf sugars his sin re Tobias Knight his see et iY took twenty and the retnalnter fell 10 Thatch and his crew Thatch lingered there for sonie t months pimderlng and insulting thp merchants tu the place These under- standIng jii length the futility of ex- eeting nu ress from Eden applied to be governor of Virginia to rid them f thepesi The gnvrrnor after Consultation With the i iptalns of the Pearl and Lime then lvlng jIn the James river to provide two sloops the war ships to furnish a complement bf men Lieutenant Maynard V6f the Pearl was pii ein command and ile punitive expedition sailed on Nov 17 1718 On tIn 21st tim pirates were ighted fa an Iqlet about sixty miles rom Batbtown and Maynard anchor ed for the nlgbt On the following morning Thatch maneuvering to elude attack ran ills Vebsel aground but Sfaynnrds sloop drawing more wafer though she bad no guns ob board failed to get to close quarters The lieutenant how ever threw Out hiS ballast and In an swer toa truculent defiance from Tbafeh promised to be soon aboard him with his sloop Coming at last within close range a broadside from tie p1rat kllled or wounded twenty of Mdynards crew and nine on board ills consort Maynard now rap alongside the pi rate when undercover of a discharge of grenades Thatch and fourteen tot Iqwers boarded the kings ship May nard and Thatch pistol joud sword In band engaged in a desperate personal encounter The lleutennnts ssord broke and more thap once he narrowly escaped a fatal Injury But at last Thatch having received sixteen wounds tell dead in the act of dock luga pistoL His followers Jumped overboard and cried for quarter May nard hung Thatchs head at the bow sprit end sailed for Bathtown where ho seized the governors storehouse and then still with his grisly sign of triumph swinging In the wind re joined his ship In Virginia where thirteen of the captured pirates wejre hahgedSOne pf the Blackbeards trew who obtained pardon was IsraelIBandsI- i who makes his appearance In Treas nre Island Shortly before Thatch met his death Hands bad been lamed for life by a pistol shot In the knee fired by Thatch from under the cubit Stable at which he with Hands and Others was carousing just to remind his crew fn general who he wast Such an act was only one of themuhy j eccentric brutalities of Thatchs ca reer When he felt himself In tile vclnor was going Into actibn bls appearance Was somewhat startling his bushy black beard tied up with ribbons the ends of which were thrown over his Cara a furclip on his head with a lighted match on either side and three brace of pistol slung across his shoulder Of thru 4unl condition of himself and lila crew much may be gathered from the fact that our company somewhat sober wag a circumstance dCCIuJj worthy nf note in the diary found after bla dnttli London Globe NotVet- DO you ijp IfpiIt mom with a bath asked Ihr iiffiiblpi clerk Gee w1tis ijor riplled the gen3zt mon with JIiv iaiivuK eh slope Fbi Is only Turrday aint ttChlcllgfi Record hrthlIfChildren have more ne dot mpddi tjianOf epllles Joubert nTial of the Road Mrs FarmerSay mister dony never do ito work Dewey EveWell lf youse kniQv bow bard It wuz fer a college bred man to answer questions asked by unpriimmaUonl females ye wbuldnt ask datJudge T Warm rMrs BugginsBefore we were thai fled you used to say was the sun shine of your life WellI1 rndmit that you urfUgglnS best to make things hot a Record 1rdX WortleyrMoHtagti us4ay that her py objection tbaw-as that sfie would hafetomarfy a womaL frcz fria is Curable ZJBMO aithMICiCepaIOa for cieHMl I4OPi iVeJOog iasUatly IiadtM7tbtJcsema quickly yfrids an- dpcflhik1ftiirsd by UM rgarkab JMakiAII WrrIen nlI4LW RoeM C0 atL 1- 10JB don Robertson Misery in Stomach d itditStoVuhkes int ftfe M ttS yfcel fine Why totstthniody and forever rid yourself ofv Stomach oble tad Indigestion A diet slotmet gets the blues and trambteg Give it a good eaten tae Pipep Dhieepsin to atthe digestive juices work IngTtJer wdl be nodspep3ia belching prGas cr eructations f undij PSed food nr feeling ke a lump of led in the atom acnor heartburn sick headache nd D zziness a d your food wil ot tfcrmeiit and poison your breah with nauseous odors P JIPS Diapfpsin coasonty 50 cents for a large case rat any drugstore here and will rel eve he most obstinate Seof Jndi ettifl and Upp Stomach in five mnwtes hire is nothing else hotter to tke Gas from Stotuuch Hand cleanse the stoinach int sings and besides one trianguie will digest and prepare for asslin a tion into the blood all your Jonft he same as a sound healthy stomach would do it When Diapepsirt works you 1dtr1 feel like eating when you 1ii o the table and what yon wi 1Absolute1 I oon as you decide to begin Djapepsm Tell your drUgglsti tHat you want Papes Diapsin Ibecause you want to be thor oughly cured of Indigestion HOLLAND HOUSE One of Englands cturesque and His Few mansions torioMansions In or dear Londr are more picturesque In their K roundlugs or more interesting fr their associations with the past ti Holland House The domain In xM li It stands Is a perfect rus In uiS u green oasis In u wilderness of bricks aud mortar When you pass from the noisy trafflcof Kenslugtori rid and enter the great gates there lin truns foruiatlun srtnp Inn few paces ton- don has dlsapyvured and you find yourself all nlc nee In the heart of Cu country Xi umll1t be in the forest of Arden u hundred miles from Pic cadlliy lawiiH haded by noble cedar trees woorffnt glades a green lane wlthover arching boughs and farther on terraced wnlks the stone balus trades and the formal parterre of the Dutch garden The house Itself haan long Irregular frontage a fantastic medley of tnrrets gables arcades and oriel windows The series f sitting rooms ontbe first floor are warm comfortable and homelike and filledj with a priceless collection of portraits and heirlooms No familyI that Charles Fox was devoted place where he had passed a and happy boyhood and In his lust III ness drove ever from Chlswlck to view once more the fanUllar scenes which be regarded with a special ten derness and affection Naturally his memory Is cherished here and be IRa still tcr some extent the tutelary genius of the place There Is a statue of him dt the end of the avenue In the park there Is a bust of him by Nolleken IsachtrncIte back of a fqlnlature of Hobesplerre un scelerat un lathe et un ton a rasonl a coward nnd a fool and there Is a picture of him by Sir Joshua as a youth with two charming Damsels juewf whom made n romantic mar r1efisedto become the mother Of tlfe heroic ItsInull Ion In fnet wherelr yon tread n history la beneath your feet Black woods I Ths Growlers rRlue lnllnJlr xvlub We touhl siirl 1J a few mrrealltilltmwhl4 his woodland scene Now how wwilil It be to have spine one grc wl Ilkiin bear Author =The very tnlncl WVIJ iill In the critics tCnnsos City tide pendent Ten Doctors Said He Would Die HIn 190 we wrote you regard- ting my hus md wli6was suf fering from heart trouble He wassuperanuated by the North Georgian Conference Ten doc tors at different times said he would die You advised Dr Miles Heart Remedy and Re storative Nervine we did as advised and improvement was Hefi19O4 gave tym a charge Her never felt better although he has very heaVy work andy does a great d alof camp meeting work v I am cst glad we took your advice rand gave him the medicine and feel that I oughtt to let you knowof the wonder ful good results from its tfse MRS T s EDWARDS Milner Ga This proves what Dr Miles 11Heart Remedy will do Get a bottle from your druggist and take it according to directions It does not matter wlietheryou rri heart is merely vea or you have organic trouble ifit does fanot benefit you takethe empty bottle to your drugfist and ge I your monfty back IFor Womanis E fe il J11 T TTboUNevery regulaily ath time cause j orierof omirrlte u Cavht r thrtftboftllM now free Mined n WRITE USALETTER r C Jai t i I 7JTH HIOU GRADE r rnr i ILl Of THE COMMERCIAL BRANCHES INCLUDING TELEGRAPHY TAUGHT MSSOHSlMBOOKKEEPlHCBYlWIL ORADUftTCS SECURE PSTIONJJDJOUR f WRITE HowrADDRESs BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS UNIVERSITY Biai J M HaSan Rheumatic Remedy i Wet want pt letter from every man and woman in 1Americ- aafflfltedwitli Rheumatism umbago or Neuralgia givingus theirt I name and so we canS nd each one a Trial Treatment of our Rheumatic Remedy We want every rheumatic sufferer at our expense that our Rheumatic Remedy what thousands pf socalled remedies have failpd to ally cures Rheumatism You cantiot through the feetpr skin with ptaste or accomPliShaCIU YOU cannot tease it out with 1in ments You cannot imagine it ut with Drive It Out It is in the blood arid yOu mu t go after it and get it This ls juit what HaSan Rhumatic RemOdydoesandhat is why it cures Rheutuatlim Rheuthatim is Uric Acid and UriOjAcid and HaSan Rh umat IcReDcdy aPot live together in the same blood THE RHEUMATISM HAS To Go AD IT DOES Go Our treatment cures the sharp shooting pains thedull aching muscles the hot throbbing swollen limb and cramped stiffened joints AND CURES THEM QUICKLY AFuII Two Weeks Trial Treatment We want you to try HaSan Rheumatic Remedy to learn for yoarself that Rheumatism can be and we want no profit the trial A fair test is all we ask yOu find it is coring your Rheumatism or HJeuralgia order more to complete a cure anJ thus give a profit If it doesno help yOu that ends it We db4not send a small sample containing a few tablets and of no practical but a full two weeks trtattient You MUST SEND us 25c to pay and packing anli tbisf ull two weeks treat mentwUl be promPt sent you free jeverythm prepaid TheiTe will be nothing to pay on receipt or later Dont wait until your valves are injured by Rheumatic Poison but today and two weeks treatment free Oriiy one free treatment to a and only to those who send the 25c for barges For sale 11heart s druggists qr REMEDY CO St Toledo oI FGIDOF MEXICO the Mermaid Vlalinche and Her Haunted Springs LURE OF THE WATER SPRITE To See This Fabled Custodian of the RoVal Jewels fthe Ancient Aztke Is to Die and Help she Siren Guard the Hidden Treasures Malitiehe or Mailntze as some ot thu qldVMexkau writers spell It Is the water sprite the mermaid who lives In two fajnous springs in Mexico that lire sail to be connected by natural underground waterways She is invisible to all except those who never return to ten the tale yet it Is easy to seu her they say In the daytime Mallncbe lives In the little spring bed pool just within the Iron gates of Chapultepcc Here she Is sweet spirit always wooing the passerby with the music of her gentle voice At nighttime she miles away and her voice is wicked and mournful It will add interest to thls legend of the Malluche if the traveler when be start out to visit Cbapultepee for the first time will pause at the Cuauhte moc statue In the second glorieta of the Paseo and take a long look at it not only because it Is a noble work of art but because this Indian hero was ri111e last niter of lila race the Aztecs mil In the final struggle called Ma lluche to his aid A bronze relief In the base of the pedestal on which the statue shows the chief being tortured to com pel him to reveal thehldlng place df the wealth of his kingdom Cuauhtc mocs stoical rebukes the cdm plalnlugs of his comrade Whose feet are also roasting over the slow fire In the bras ro beneath them and when ho at last cries out In ajigulsb Cuauh temoc reproves him For shame faint heart Do you think I am taking npIThe magnificent old cypress trees that surround tile rock of Cbapultepec ona slightly lower level1 than the spring were old before the conquest and among them Cuauhtemoc and his plumed and painted warriors guided their canoes to the enchanted spring when they came to quench their hat tie thirst Protected by these bravi old trees Cuauhtemoc the rocks and from the heights watched the maneuvers of ills enemies on the lakes Close by the storied spring stands the monarch of theta all Mon tezamas trecI It Is awe Inspiring to with theeye Its rugged dole up over the growth of cenfurles and try to measure with the mind the history that has been enacted beneath its wav ing boughs Perhans the magic spring at Its feet caused It to grow higher and more majestic than UH fellows Here In its shade Montezuma sat and wejit when lit foresaw bis downfall Here Cuauhtemoc vowed that If he could not oVervorae the Spaniard be would give the Astec treasure to Ma linelie She overheard hIm make this vow and whispered from the frfnged brink of the nilrrorlufr water that Mlie would reielvt the trust at the spring of Atz capotzalco throe Vr four miles away rlllJ town whqse name Irtoks so un pronouufealile iaijii stranpers hut sounds so smooth when uttered by a Mexican hnsonIItt1l suburb Znnco plnca tint haS been made famous by Mallnihes tt Is here that Ma linthe loses the sweet nature by which she 1s kntfwn at Chnpultepec and be cornea nwlcked Bplrit The legend rf latea thattShl grew savage because ibe was set to jruuid the treasure that Cuauhtemoc s reUy conveyed to her whentthe bourfdieiiair bad arrived for till peoole though allotb rtrnd- llUon says thtk selected that aiding place because of her wild and brave snlrlt I 1 ii Women often occur t ace every mo tills hive been ccfManyJMItdueilwonderfUDyO Wine ofCarduipMrs Lota 4jeid wtttbe reiItz c iA taken and am perfectly well from pain and have 25 1 r address convince does Scestism mental useless cured onJ value postage mailing send 338 Erie stands Ucurlng climbed follow spring npwever that mtfy be It was there thai he carried tin royal jewels of the Aztecs arid mucu gold and silver When he knew that he was ubout to be de tented by Corfes Calling up the Ma Iliifhe lie gave all Into her keeping and then went to his doom Down deep Into itthe iildden grottoes of her home Mnllucbe dragged the boarded treasures Long passageways connect these chambers and by mdny tortuous wind In S reach either Rpflng The Walls of rock crystal and chalcedony have beqii polished aiI vofif Into fantastic shn by th Running water There ore long narrow shelves on wblth the treasures streva Iilt j gUtiprlnssta ilact ites that fatch long strings of pearls and emeralds and Id them svaing in tlie winds of the caVe G owwonus and electric fishes fthe fuIrvMcene and the water lIebti constant music but the lnlluc notbnllPyItr you go near the pool at Znjtjcopluca you will hear her voice I lamenting and often In the nighttime It tnay be beard afar off If the uu bywIUhurwtdj ninnuings that attract him to their relief He will oonje nearer und near er in the sprlnR and lending lontbiiit his ear may be eloshe will btr tmiihlrd waters rushing among hid del rocks When his face Is above the pool it pair ofvj lfe arms wlU rise up out of the water and clasp him about the jneek He is never seen afcairr He hnsppne toJielp lie siren guard the treasure of CuuulitniocMary Wor ral Hudson In Mexican Heruldi l Mt r Tjs lavish irn lli prodnetl m qt rerytHlug bu fireatt mvn Hubburd 0Englands Najfortal Anthem There Is a fourth vers of the n tlonall anthem with which very fefr Englishmen Ipddaire familiar But It given apnjirently In all gOod faith In an old Hanoverian musical work and the daring qf tbq last rhyme almost reconciles oneto the shocking character of thev sentiment God save great Gcorgo our kIng Long tine our noble king God save the kIng Send us roast beef d store It Its gone send us more And the key bt the cellar door That we may drink LoudontChronlcle Bright Pupils You have two vir bright pupiH1 Miss Winsome remarked Mr Sweet ly to lhewboolijiaam SVJihtiones do you mean Mr Sweetly tIi v Why those In your eyes to be surei Pathfinder A Righteous Judge One Sutiday nuunhi n minister1 wife saw her son chasing tjie hens with a stick She wctit to iUiPJ1rlrU Invpstlgate mid lu ml Jilm Miti ltl teach ynuC In 11I1t mhns tl mlft on Biftiduy mofnlnglV D llu stor i I FEILt t OLULAOY Has Strength E ptoradBj Vihol Mrs Michael Bloom Lewistowri Pa who iid years of age sa slFol a longtIme I Jiave ben so ftieulel that I have iad to be w1i around Ia- an invalids chair I had no Btrength and took cold at the illghteaC 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