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lod t 3t 50 jaezt tint and third aiouda paackoMtbV f lVlimflott X JA Chapter Nor 5 et5Cy ry second Tuci day pljilpeld Coltx3cil Mi xbeeit o jery rart1 Kl1dat ZiTef Zzx t 1 MAcAusMecr j EYSrIV Jhuiigii 1 lAiCAllVEcDUghrImBtII thr0atand hi rigVcoldv tQUllcool5c yliere- ItiI 1LEYa JIOHJvw TARhi i1V Ifeitwibt trJ 4d RUS5 Mue STORE rw r 1 Tw TIlE News leaderr i VSI- JtASUlNGrON COUNTYS apART or nth Htory of AbrahamUncolns Ancestry Pro6f of H1L Birthin ThIJCounty JSKETCU o ms MOTHERS FAMTLY 7 t Ibiwas tbgpd fortune of the writer to know intimatelyl two v Thenerabldwomancounty who have passed away Within the last two years wbo J9iNancywriter much information con cerning the ancestry of the mother of Abraham Lincoln These women were Mrs Mary Thompson whose husband Mrt RoberfcvMitchel Thompson was lineal descendant of Nancy Hanks Thnjpther Mrs frahoy Mitchell Walker who bore th sa ctmeHlinksthe mother of Mr Thompson and the father of Mrs W palkercoancyWritten documents and family records in possession of thesE families were thoroughly gone illerTkihompsonVazcLMrs other members of the two fami nsrecords aided the writer mat ri ally iU collecting the following acts here given the readers of the NewsLeader liVFROM VIRGINIA TO KYV In the yestr4788 In old Vir jjinia acompany of pioneers wa io riimedD coanieIy northward bevond the Cum sorlands composing that compani were Robert Mitchells family consisting of he father mother and two children John andI arah and a Shipley and Brown ing families eleven members of the partvinallhIn the same year Joseph U 1dankswboseShipley Hank who was a sister of ttMrsMitcbeJwVith iildren came from Virginia to K entuckyVRichard Berry and wife Sarah S sisterof l Rdi Washington county JosephHanks I Hanks and eight children settled Hardin county rear Elizabeth own where t1 ef husband and father four years later died The moth survived tbe father lestthan a year Nancy jbeing the youiigest theii about nine years old came to live with her aunt Sarah Sfhipley Berry in Wash ington county This hospitable pioneer home ofl the Berrys also sheltered Sarah Mitchell whose motherVtt slkwhen the party of Vir gJ1niaVimrnigratstheir horses cattl and other animals they were bringing from their old famine Little Sarah was taken captive by the nd ans and her brother John escaped by biding and three years Jlater went to Canada and bqught Sarahs freedom from the man to whom the Indians had sold her Tpese two girlg Nancy JEanks- aud fSarah Mitchell lived with their aunt Mrs Berry until their s Nancy to Thomas L9TQhpTHEIJNCOLN AMILV IN w sat NGTOCOUWrY Abraham Lincoln Sr who owned a large tract of land in Jefferson county was shot one 4av while out in clearing near ttbjjs home The qldesfc son Mor decal inherited tha large estate according to the taw of primo Jceniture which sVdl1 obtained at that time The Widow cam to VVashington county with ons Josiah and Thomas hertt the youngest sen Thomas worked at the caTpent9rs traile with Mr Richard Berry who is represented to have been a good wood worker and carpeuterlandf it was while Thomas Lincolnl W H working at the carpenters trade that heV ltearned to love Nahdy Hanks the niece of Mrs 8 rry iTbe marriage bi Thomas plficjcJlnt l to NaJ cyHanks s etJqn12t 5V PROopQFiAaIUAGEV The marriage bondlssgnedbyrj ornak Lincoln with JKichpd Berry sprety and also the ministers return are of record in Washington county clerks office fwherje it remained for years in oblivion while political enemies c aspersion upon the le iitima bipgraIto obtain any infprm ition ton marIwthathhet tiagei existed and by the merest ian p was the proof found A cousin of accT Banks LJn cotnMr Rbert Mitchell Tho son whiletn a visit to JJarue unty was repeatetlly told that Thomas Lincolnand Nancy Hanks were never married and that Abraham Lincoln was an J egitimate chid Being the nsmn of Nancy Hanks Mr Thompson wasPnaturqUy indig ant that such a report should be accepted as true He bpd Iwardof the marriage Qf Nancy Hanks to Thmas Lincoln at the home of lUichard Berry and hAd ear4 of it from persons who were guestSjat the wedding and believed the record s of thej mar age could be l und in this unty VI t Returning home Mr Thomp n related the story he had wFt 1 theIyear to have been 186 when the marriage occurred As no index of records was kept at that eariyV ptriod the ttask semed almost Qpeles one Mr Bookers search was rewarjdod ov Ith e discoiV of tie borjd1 and ministers return winch are afollows BOND v Know oilmen by ttiese pres entst that we Thomas L ricoln jbard Berilare Jatid and fat irly bound unto his Excellency r Governor of Kentucky in the Jjust and full sum of fifty pounds curient money to the payment of which well and truly to be made to tbe said governor and his suc cessors we bind ourselves our severanyformerly staled with our seals and dated 10th day of June 180B4 The condition of the above obli a tion is such that there is a mar riige shortly intended netweeu thR above bound Thomas fjinnoln and Nancy Hnnlr fni which a liceris has issued Now iif thee be no lawul 6uuse to obstruct the said marriage then Jthis obligation hj be yqid or else o remain in full force and virtue in law lj THOMAsiLmcLNSEfaI RICHARD BiniYguardttin- ohn H Parrot esll RETURNV o authorityfJ office of WashiafrtOTp county I have solemnized tie rites of jputrimony between r Thomas j IlanksJunE2hthe rites tind cererabnies l 1Mmy JESSE HEAti D E Mi E 0 Ii HI PAl E s 13lpwe9tJJrtota hewed logThousejjj tittle Beaolvon what Is now known Js Lihcbla Run in the neighboriiuod where BeeChlandJ Q us keeping In the course o f ime fca child wasborlit a daughter whose name was Sarah Fhree laieryears a fjboycontenion of WashingtOQ county boyisestimony Or- t William Hardesty who was a yjung boy when the Lincolns tbebirthoruJiOgtoThomasLincoln now countyLaruearrange jconts to move his family and lleft the boy William Hardesty at his home nth his wlte for company and otectibni retqSiVboy Was born February 42 1809 apd he was named Abra bam Mr Hardesty went with 1II n Appr GiatiQ of UffCObS j i jI3y lf5 w f Lv cl L LioviS OMB KaintuckyOr Was T0nyaboyy6 Wquldn thought vasluckyV 4 looked liie he never VonlcLn have a show Jut 1 don 1cnw 1 T That boy was started r ut Uili wellr I rajith an i fHis name I Wy it was AbrahamAbe Lincolni fA PORE wi ites his folks was Yes as pore as aij J t Them pioneers they want no plutocrat Belonged right down among tie humble m nylAndno more property than dogs or catsV As AsgQodaB Abe Lincoln he riz jniddhn high for sartin t t OMEHOW Ive always had a sort ov ieakih- T S JIdee that peddygrees is purty tich x LiKenion t 11TrBut beats theDutchj K VVaOwSnOw arid then a lad like little Aby Grows up a prsidentor guvnor maybe j n 1 VI ABE LINCOLN never had no reglar schoolin He never piarterbaekecL nor pulled stroke oarV Nor never spent his time and money foolinV With buried laugwidges and ancient lore v But Abe lamed more To set huni forrerd in the human film V l Than all the college fellers kit and bilinV vv l 1r w tABE LINCOLN never did git hifalutin b SVNot even thar in Waslenton PC lL jHe jist kep commn hunib e ordnry suiiin 1 His backwoods corn patch raisin to a T t r SIWyAnd wise as Solomon or 61d Ezeku M lfVV P fe7fj tlRECKON Im a bit old fashioned maybe V i I But when I wanea pattern fora man rm middlin shore to measure Tatlier Abk And cut to fit his homely human plan Arid lidng 7s I can hpalyPor VV VVV- tIThe Gettysburg Address Remarks at the Dedication of the Nation Cemetery at Gettysburg November 10 18V and even years ago OUt fathers brought forth upon FOURSCORE a new nation conceited in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men ire created equal Now we are engaged in a great oivlt war testing whether that nation or any nation so conceived and dedicated can long endure We are met on a great battlefield of that wart We have come to dedi bate a portion of that geld as a final resting place for thosewho here gave their lives that that natiori might live It is altogether fitting and proper that we hould do this I JEllt in a larger sense we cannot dedicate we cannot consecrate we cannot hallow this ground The bnte men lliTing anfl ddad who Jstruggled here have consecrated it far mbeve our power to add or de tract The world will little npte nor loag remember what we say here bat it can never forget what they did iwire It is for USV the living rather to bo dedicated here to the unindshd work which they who fought here have thus far so nohlyadvan4edxtther for us to be here dedicated to the great talk remaining bef0re usthat rom these hon i ft dead Ve take inereued devotion to that cause for whiqh the gave ills list full measure of devotion hat we Jiere highly re iolve that these dead dull not Lave died in vain that tljis nationBunder God shall have a jtew hirtii of freedom and that government of the people ft by the people and for the ppqnjleeuall not perish from the eartK jbhe LiwolsVtO help them ini ovoyingi and this infant and the daughterij Barah were carrilc1t from Washington to Hqrdin county jjTlicre are now livinjr in Springfield persons to whom Mr Ha4desty related thefore going factsV Other persons older than Mr Hardesty have related substantially tt e same facts Mr Ivan ROgerr whose death oc curred the 3rd V1I1StVand Mrs Cpharlotte Fobart1recel N edthe same information sever il yeari ago fro ah old lady who liveid in tho nOlghbOrhoOdOftliP Liricojln home land was bony ir sanbwith their amfly events Whether Abrahamtiucolii was torn In Wa hingtm or Lrue county the fact is of record in this county that his parents were married here It is truo Lincoln thought he was born in Laruwi notlhinginjwbere when or by whom married ItisJustas reasonable to biilieve he was mistaken as to the his hirth anvrateJth11tthread of belief ih thevoraciry o1dclirzns of WashingtanIQJ LOGAt crotljarue co linty PAMLLtBS RRLAIJEP TO LINCOLNV isII yoftheHanks and Mitchell and show tlie reaMonsliip of the families in order to prove more than a knowledgejfNancyHaflksty those who cot tributed the facts about tthe familkesThe records inV the clerks Q ce area proof c ncluj siye i f her marriageto Thomas Lincoln but other personal nci istolyhn7pbeeugenera tionsof the familyVI Tndy Shipley Mitchells phil dreji John and Sarah Mitchell each married and reared llarge families John married Eliza Boon Browning andV their daughter ivMrswhqdiedyear reBtiligflcftrtbercJatheir rativesthe NaticvHnnkSSarah Mitchell marfiecj John Thompson and to them wer Cboinbeth Naomi Stitb Jane Ndncy VWilliamand Robert Mitchell Thompsan rthQ latter to fwhom crfdjt jsdue rinstltU1UnA Nancy Hawks Mrs Charlotte Hokart Vawter of IndianapoJis is a daughter of Naomi Thotnpson and hi done much to perftfct the genealogy of LincolnIMrs Etizibtth Gratiaw1j ofr Spriifgfitid and Mr JOhrLVV W Thompson of Indianapolis ali e the only living chidrnof Mr Mitchell ThompsonVThese two families Walker and Thompson were substantial honorable families andtheir re mauling descendants in thisJ kcountymQn and women of integrity and lipnor MRS E L DAVISQ The Secret 6f long tileV AFreoch entist has discovered one secret of llong life Bis method 1ongragoImUl1QnsofAllicr inakes it worth living it puriflefc enriches and vitalizes the blood re builds wasted nerve cells imparts life aii toneto the entire system anddebilittltehad blighted my lifeV for months writes W M Sherman ofGushing Me but Electric Bittora cured me entirejyi Only SOc atHaydon RobertsGn1V oIne I Aspecial fromkbanvilfe to the JDrDt oldest physicians in CdntirabKcn tucky soninlaw of former Goy Beriah Magoffin of iLentucky and grandsohinlaw II of Isaac Shelby first Governor in this State says that Laruej county Is not the birthplace Jilt Abraham fijinqoln j that L14olnl was taken tt ere several years after hit birth and that he was born s ItValley Hilt four miles vest of Springfield in Washingtonjcoun tYon the famous CaVtright creek on whose waters some bf the most not6d men ntlfe South were born Old Chrey Grundy yho would have been 120 year oldt hatvhe livedl told Dr Tjucker some years before his death that he w rked ror Thomas Lincoln father of Abrabam Lincoln and that after Abraham a birth Jbe stayed at the Lincoln borne xt night and Cursed the infint wfio j witS to be President of the UniI tl ted States vvnile the father went to Larae J50unty to secure afarm 61 lqutidi dQrsIger th priviU leg ofVVVIIcSitgVtj1nco1n l ti ret greatestevent iiji his ltrtii the fact iis generallY ItnoVSt The most highly refine anj Healthful Iof baking powders Jts cocwMwt me in IOtVeve iithattest wonderful popularity arxluduInes 3 El Washington county where the Grunrly familyviis largeprFelix Grwudy United States rintor the famousold Ben Hacdin John Rowan Qharjes A Wickliffe and many other men of national prominence were born ou Qarti ight creek near where Abraham Lincoln itsaidi rirsbsaw the gzttof1ayV Ihe records in tile County Clerks office at Springfield Washingtm county sftow that Thomas Lincoln and Nancy Hanks wer granted license to marry tnere in 1808 t This is just tbe tim of the year hen you Xre most lively to bave kidney or bladder trbafcie vviihrheu matism and haumatic pkins caased by weak kidney Delays ace daAf r J tner05 Oetp eWKts0 Sidney and Brad I you ask for They are the best frilbj made for backache weak back iiri n ydUordesetc They are anti septic md act promptly Woo sp and recommend them the tros3Committee Meeting The Republican Committee r Eleventh Judicial Dfstiict Ithet at rooms in the Hardesty otel yesterday and ordered a District Convention to be held inIoLebanon March the 31strat 2 oclock pItJ to nominate cahdi dates for Circuit Judge and Com Imonwealth Attorney Italsoor dered that mass county1 conven tions beheld in the several count esJin the district on Saturday March 27th at oclock p tcy cbUnItiesThe members of the Dommittee wqre aUpreseot in person or by proxy VtcThe Committee W as called to order by bhairman W F GrjItb3V of bpriogfield and1 Mr SWwas made Secretary Quite a number Of visiting Republicans towere present forconsqltuonj among them Hon John WLewisi and Mr W A Waters of Spring field Messrs Abell Hardm afl dII T CTaylor of Cam pb rJsvHle and Conlmiaeeman Pilsou Samh aud Woodsoa Lewis from Greens burg Maj L M Drye and MtV Sam E Mills of Brlidfordsville and otherSfrom Lebanon parti cipated iu the consultation i fiItmeeting and seVeral talks were made Bon John W Lewi- smadta mst interesting talk MI utlined his views fully wnicH ni6t with the approbation of the Committee and all Republicans present The Committee was unanimousnn the action taken f Marion CountyLeadurVi l r There is not any salve any betteri than DeWivts Carbollzed VUchBa1 el Salve We hereb warn the public t ohatinjurious effects caused from wOIthl les or poisonous imitations of 6Z1 DcWitts Carbolized WIt h Sazell Salve tht original It is good fLtJ anything1 whena salve is nqededs t itisespedlzlly Kood lot piljs Sold J 1byn4VFAiniflg Thosebf us who are a V14 old dan remember wiiep lyijiArn jner had little if any thing to alf in winter Tberb were few pota toes add little poultry Tfeoawfe Were dry 4urmj5 most of 4h6 Winjl tef ana the feeding cattle were no ti VgeV tillWQl1 t rcl4 spring Mfe on lTe Sirm WM a sort of hiberltfin vUh JJenough otng on to1 iic tte stock aKye and the ro iVbl t so that tbastore aiMt Nlniigl1tbereV4OlVa4 I What a tstiijse bi te wi wrought iuf IYow 7r J f forced for Jbt J imtttf jr nuijrlwl ithft winter dalrjolrge prdctiis bfj 1 r 8fIi1i jt r1 s9Jkt iA rll 1rtj i p- U v y LI oc 2 m rl t tiJhli tight in the asa4wea c sara the b g i trgoing to market kry bcr oN when there is n6 d tolfreezijt crates or eggg eYspors rtd fruit baled b4y1wis4i 1Jo turned ott a1ttb put lhi riVIE tlnenlJjrej Jeraj who firifl the ydt1J + profi rable season aRIiitJ j lmore winter acti y ity w cigtobe the ru e Thk is ilU t With the steady rowth rg of fnro4l or 4 iLi O a- VVwelrejutd exact in method liif asVresults is rnercbdim and nuaturiugn ISfhadayscfgrouadhII tjnation among the iiMrir y g enwho have atecieWf VIhv4 cu tut al college und saver t s ize opp3ruai tir j to patd have feOQyU f Jo ydayVin the yaqatFarmJoL1n1al I i 1 XOdolforDyspeiai Ia4M ist a cuuibinatfon of teIMiai Sc tallacrt aVatVolmatter what kiad1of io tttf1tdotheoidiarybe w4bt ieKodolJpossibly haya indiffestioiiir amy 1Vstomach trouble Sold iytke JlidL I Gross drug store V OOdS1SVMsIr r 1 rtl t one pair of borae oaiMa liia 0 ofd for 400 to Vai i Jfc Hagap9fu BldmtId ITyt 0 3 toI3 teavy mules atl0S uLr W p Mouatjojr otli co ty one pair of aairft U 4890 This cle edOtitr JltM rffiA7c 3bl of mules a i JMOM first tiaie ipiVfiTteenyfl iit IM did notown imul Mrorpon- chicled5that a hotdo business without owning ti5tVone mule tglVthe inciemfocy of the lfH tt1loud hiis exer2ioo jla his qiaok r to 4work4 H anka 3yarrW I 1sA4Vd erzon Newa T wakiurto three doctor IY Ift litilfiV ve weeks Bfeod ffM a spiders bite caused iarfcl 4sp r his egCl1e doctors fulBuckIens Aralca 1a11t tcured e w nites Joa WVJXQOn825ca1 Hatom JfcAertwm OW Tbiws j t lVJ QaPa r firstRdckyHil1rra ep4MK S m his pc mui QB tbs- ldst tobse oli KsM iip lbs tofccco k Miirifflvr 7 Md B fr Wufoan4 IV iWJQlbredVia thLt th tffie yes Q re SPs ooips of ic 1srgsIw4 lot Hwy wers M x tt 1 ladyjfcfu M if just Ic db p9 He wilt Mad 6a off ikitto M bk IrioMum JdSlt6ttB Parker of Mw York r- VPVVCe oDh r C tI9fiTSb CM1S they cIa pttei aM fOt- IltoJ4 be etelul s ak sstkthg tk t W not teai to cuastija- icihtakeY x4i Iazt4v- c Jmaplt aot oily allays ladi- IIhOL U1I ttlOQof Joadk g kut it drives out the cold frEmV tteeetgent1eactoabowelS tht Is ujflke asple su- iiiri Sld bfthe dig rd VS uSL0AXATIVZVtIL I COVGH SYHW J r TT IK vfAl w1 yy TNUDAY PRINGNLD KY- t I 7B ii 1I9 WOk DUTY UDGP W mre itbered to anwHlnce B Utv awtLdate fnr reelection t STC of 0attntr Judge of Wsbsitu coint Election Nov J 1 t FQ COUNTY CLERKII Ifi art MWr e l to aBnounce WI 4 4 F BOOKER u k caiMlidate for the e l d irty Clerk subject to thet k rt tUt De cratic party POR HRIF We we atiori ed to announce S i J HjArnimju candidate for Sheriff CWahtafftoa ouftty subject to the if the Democratic party et H B Eddlemaa Sam Hale Powell aad flyroalroake I I TOR ASSESSOR W T MITCHmj as a candidate for Assot of WadJinr tda county sub JactfotkeactkHaot the Bemocratic iit cYan Deuty Elec iLburg itr ZvittScriaggs boa ht S1 calfiV c Tbs prty given in honor of Mr XveiU Riley was well at reprtIa joyable time j WS se 9rrJ to report Mr Jiwroine lfoh tr as dying Dis aknown BTi rttt Scruggs bought I 9t Mn Mudd of Marion county isbepiori2l5O b 6v ami Mrs Ply Wilson of Mt Roni spent Thursday night Trithliri W M SheKmakef T n MW Hallfe Shewmakeenter iiunsd Tfiday February 5 at iaiBer in honor of her ninth amttv r ay Misses Fannie and Bora Hngbcs and1 Mattie and V Myrtle Blacketer Mrs Everett Scruggs is some r kttUC at this writing Miis Delia McMillan of this 4V puce w attending school at wTft fD4w Eoaor reports several irtiidinfc soon v MX Joe Moore a prominent L farmer of Wiilisburg died at hisS hop Friday naorninj Feb 5 p 2 oclock am of pneumonia 4 afllir three days illnesstMr Mtort was 42 years of age and fiisurvived by his mother Mrs 1T M Burns sister Mrs Humes wi eferal half brothers and IS SC The funeral services er conducted by Rev J A sIi i He wsamemberef the Jii9nie order of thIs place aud- sWLI 4aid VoTe t by that order in tbtii Jtoekbridge cemetery Saturg day morning HP arid Mrs Fly Wilson of Mt Zonspent froni Friday until SindaV with her parents Mr v iMrsWS olin Miss Ollie X3ray of Hardesty t 4 fislking friends and relatives fe w T j MrLuther Jenkins of Mopres filfe Indianaj is visiting friends avdr lative hereSr Mr apd Mrs W T Wells V spent a few days last week with JI father 8nd mother Mr and MrnJB F Mitchell at Lawrencp S brg Sws1Ie Jaw-A I is not fireUy or pleisant whether it atrfei by neuriljjia toothache or ac cleat BallardaSunw I nl ment wijl reduce the s relliitjt and relieve the pain The great and su e cure fox crxiMaUse Cute burns bruises a t iaicsldsaly ad all achca and pane 1 iSpfdbyTted Cross drair store Fair View r TJM dttb nfel visited the boi of Mr and Mrs Jo Q Foster ipd took thererom their- Sule SOD Life February 4 J909 Ho was in his seventh year r i ra L E Stevenson is on the iisiek list with lagrippe i Hr and Mrs Herberb Virgin with and Mr Jas VrvJT M Carney nd daugh jUir pint Th ojsday with Mrs ZdYocim i Bro Weller spent Friday laigtit at the home ol Mr Jr E E3tievenonSMr and Mrs iee Mudd aten dszI church at New Pope Sunday k1 lElobet t Hays returned borne Jfro LouigvUle where he has bs attending choOl Ltfe and BrMner Carney atten 4 4f ftlttfte funeral of Lafe Foster bM at Rockbitklgo Friday 4 MrCnar1 laiheban and Miss 4J Jjfeftftfe Bmitb visited the home i1Mr i4 Wall Sunday- Sa Mff Willie Parks and two sons BSfr fc11 vjJ ft of Larciaster tJt4 aCr M r8tudy wilt- R c Suicide Prs4t Imovcltsall It t ot- se5ace iicrl- ajI31 59U itS an- A otsf tea aftMsse deatki xdlact4 Mibot2y cavd y Sbo1 trsubI caret diarrtea dfMtttatj aou stom ach and all infant ailmetrta of t bis na 4re Just the Oilng fdpf feeUiiog jies Price 25 and SCc Sold by the ro8 drUg store Mclnfire After the bitteivwiritQr weatli er bas pst ci1l Venture but afaio and bring fewitems to pfiir NewsrLeader Miss Estelle Ballard of Holy Oross spent a few dsys recently wiihnerbi other Mr T E Ball ard Mr Albert Blandfr rd spent Sunday afternoon inMarion Qr There seems to be sdme attrac ttciufor the boys over that way Mr J E Keen is spen inga lew days with her mother Mrs Vink Smith to be prgserit at the weddingI to Mrv jackFreeMrs Walter Will U returned spendingher father Mr J E Ensor sold to Alexi Pean one black mare Price 22500 Mrs R A Wheatlev who has been confined to her bed for a reportbetteri Messrs Al Wheatley and Joint Smith attended county court at Bardstown Monday jMiss Bertha Kena visited in1 our town Saturday and Sunday Miseess Kate and Dave Fowl er of Frederickstown accom panied by their cousin Miss Kena Wathen of Louisville siFnt Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mr Charley Wheat leyMr Torn Wheatley spent SUP dav night at tliehome of Twy minKeen Mr LeonBimeyand sister of Daviess county wre the guest of relatives here lat week Hexamethylenetetramine The above is the name of a German chemical whlch is one of the many valaable ingredients of Foleys Kid ney Remedy ffexamethylenetctra mine is recognized by medical text books aud authorities as a uric acM solvent and antiseptIc fo the urine Take Soleys Kidney Remedv as soon as you notice any regularities and avoid serious malady IWormoIoy should be studied by every parent If your child is nervous fretful starts iin its sleep its pasty eves always seems hungry is not gaining weight you can be sure the trouble is worms Whites Cream Vermifuge an abso lute cure for worms Is its oWn pur gative Soid by the Red CrobS drug store T thathSpringsS We are having a little winter in this part of the county with plenty of snow We are glad to report Miss Ada Armstrong who has been very sick better at this writing Mr Worth Burns of this place received a telegram Fri day that his brother Mr J e Moore who lives near P lin was dead Mr Burns didnt know he was sick His death was due topneumonia Mr Silas Burkhead and Ollie ilham svapped hortea last week Miss Wbrlie Royalty of A h brooke is visi ing relatives here thiswe k- Mr Thomas Roraltv we are glad to say is ale to be about again and was visiting hH chil dren last week Mr J W Satterly and wife Mr Ltyi Satterly and family Were the guests of Silas IJunk head and family Sunday Miss Nannie ICeelitfg is visit lug her sister Mis Olarenc Ashby lit Greens Chapel Iv setms that there is going to be a grea deal of tobacco raised from all talk but I expect theE with be a great deal of 5i doused bltween now ard spring but everyone around here sterns in be wise enough iosaypool aid will pool and ta my notion the jone that says the farmers wont pool his tob ceo will bebadlJf mistalien at least we all hDpe so for cant you all see with your eyes shut that if the farmers will join together tow while the fo1 bacco is scarce that iii v ill sell just as quickly as you can get it ready for sale at most any pric you set Now let every farmer that raises lobateco just set his price and keep the t bacco tilt heretsit he woiitstarve before h w11 sell Im no farmer but if I was you wou d all find out whethef I was for Equity or not fl tit you think so SSS- Revolts at Cold Steel Yourun y hope said three doc tors to SirsAL E Fisher Detroit Mfch xiirerng from severe rectal troubl6 lies ioan operation then I used Dr KiligVSJ ew Life Pills she writes till wnoljy cure4 They prevent Appendiciti cure Constipa tion Headache 2Sc at Haydon Robertsons drug store t If you peed a pill take TJeWHts Little Early Risers Insist on them gentle easy pleasant little liver jpillk old by the R d Cross drug store V Prathers Creek T1 It seems tliat there has not been much plowing thS iveek 1 would like to see the Long Run news in once more It seems that we are lo have some more wet weather- Mis Nannie Christerson and children were the guests of Mrs Johnie Ghristerson near Stewart 7ednesdayS Mr Th mas Russdll spent a few diys last week with his brother Mr Reed Russell Mr Henry Is ham bought a house ana lot from Stith bmith for 350 Miss bra Russell hue returned h me aftbr a weeks Visit with Mr Reed Russelll Mrk Mat Mayes and wife of this place liave returned home after ttree weeks visit with hi fatherinlaw in Boyle county Miss Yula Suicck of this place has returned home after a tending school two weeks it Springfield Mrs jLucy Holder man and son have returned home after several days visit with lier idaughier Mrs Sallie Russell Mr Marcus Russell spent S4 urday with his grandfather Mr JamesLoveis V Mrs Net Mayes and child spent Sunday with heV mother M rs Frank Shwmaker near Mackville Mr Henry Isham bought a mare from Mr Steve Sinuh for 100 Mr Steve Smith aiid family daysforthe4 Mrp i6 Sbewmaker is still- improving at this writing Thee iSr to be a wedding in tins community very soon as we are sorry To say and will give givt the particulars later on I would liketo s e ajl the correspondents in the Leader evei jweek ad follow whereever il takes us with its good news Fojeys Hopey and Tar clears the air passages stops the Irritation in he throat soothes tb i inflamed mem branes atd the most obstinate coUgli diStpp aTi JSore and inllatned lungs are healed and strengthened and the cold is eiwpslled from thesystemr Re fuse any but the genuine lit the yet low package For sale At Haydon Robertson ictl Immed te relie froir fIL 3 Dr Shoops Maiic Ointment WBLIC THIS BEiNG OUR 4th Annual Sale WE WILL ON TSat rdayFebruary2O At IO oclock am StabinSpringfield 100 Head Horses and Mules Get your horses fat and ready for this sale as we are sure to have some goo i buyers from a distance on harif WebayealreadyandGetdings GlassBusnDon t have any fpar of entering your stock in this sal v Wearaaure we will be able to find a home for them NTprNiCE FEE FREE iflSv BQ3LITT BISHOP WHARTON TAPP or S M CAMPBELL NEW- INDEXED BIBLES 19O9 THREE METHODS opI- NDEXING THREE TRANSLATIONS OP IMPORTANT SCRIPTURES TOUCHING HUMAN LIFE AND- DESTINYOF SOUL WHY NOT USE THE BEST CIRCUIARPPJCE- LI5TeJNOADICKSON PUB CO 79 DEARBORN ST CHICAGO Agents Waitedv J Hillsboro v Mr J Ln Mel piy visibpdJihe batne of his cousiit Theunif Mcii vnyTirsdtyS MrWCKeelingo1d a fict bunch of shaep 10 G Colvin Price7 00 a head Jkliv Buss Settles pu chas d n nice drivfr g hor e of Ed JSutieu Price 12500 Mr JW Settles visited the home of his daughter Mrs Al bert Bines Thursday IvIzs Mcllvoywho has beer visiting with Mrs Mary McHvoy h4h returned to her home for a hort stay Mr John Noel purchased n nice hore of George Calvin Price 13500 Mr Sam Monlgomecy is visit lug relatives at TaCliam Springs this week Mr William Harden of Swee den Hill Spent Sunday With Mr Lona Noal and wife Mrn William Oder had the inissfortune of falling ard re ceiving a very painful woui d in his side t M C Keeling and family spnt Monday withMi T Mcil voy and vqife Joh Koal feold a nicvbui chof sheep to Colvin Bros Prica 7 a headMaster Willie1 Mcilvcy jpent Monday nijht with Renal Keel iig of this place v Mr Ross St Ins and siqter sp nt Sunday sth tIe Misses In mans f Rev A lr Pinkston filled hdr regular appointinint ai this place 3lr JiieP s eirhasmovel his saw mill in Sycamore villey sawinglumberfor M 0 Kt Isg will s on move to h s faliiii mluw neai Fair view We roirret 19 sad him Ieave arid welcome Mr Jdhn Grow who will uovemfhehous vacated by him Miss Pear Heckersbn antI Mis MagieBonta have both aix p iea tot the scbiiofof this place and the trustees have turned it oveij to the pebpTe to yot oin This is very hard to dec de as ooth are very popular tchouf teac tiers Miss Zelma Oder was in Willis bur r fciaiurday shaping Oder and Mcilvoy have been Jo isiug their sheep considerable fivmi some unknown disease horn to- the wife of Allen Sutten atenpoundboS ti C R Klueffet the Jeweler C60 Virjtlnfa AYQ htlianapoHs Iiid w ritesIwzs so wehk from kidney trouble that I could hardly walk n hundred leef Fou r tyttld of Folejs Kid u 03 Kemedy clcareJ my complex ion cured my backacle and the ir regularities disappeared tId 1 can now attend tb business every day and recommehtl Foloys Kidney Remedy to all sufferers as it cured itle after the doctors and other remedies had tailed Foe sale by Haydon lob tion L overs of good health 6huld prevent sickncsB insleal of letting themselves get eict und then try to cure it So bug as you keep your Hyer bowels and stom ach in a healthy condition you wont get sick Ballards Herbiue relifVcs constipation inactive liver alid nil stomach and bowel troubles JfoltJ by the Red Cross druratore SThey Trifd Another Kind It wna Punday cvenlny aud tJior wn a lot ofcompdiiy Davids mot her Iwd seuthlm upstairs to get some plum jum for upjwr It took the lad a long time to get tb the third lIner but when lie did reach the closet where the jam was kept it took him evCn longer to get startQjl back not that he vns afraid but that he was somewhat Interested lii the Jam Finally he returned with hits face and minds somewhat the worse for plum Jam His mother took the sticky jar and surveyed Win critically Did you eat any Jam she asked Yesm was the lads reply And what did you do with the asked againstones she J put cm back In the jar heanV swerQd IniioGeutly LliipluoottV V Police Automobiles Chief of Upllce Kohlor of Cleveland tle Golden Rule poUceinnn believes that the day of the foot iolleeraau In his city is pat He favors systtiin of automobile squads In a recent ro port ho said You might as well aund the Ore cuglwis out In the streets 16ok lag for firca as siuslq poHcrnen to hunt crime I urge that at least fifteen automobiles be purchased for the pet lice departmejit for use In patrolUhgV Kohler explains that he would send out groups of coppers In iutos who cppldjje carried ovyr a great territory sovcWl tlmiis earb nlrlit dropping off cr tacre pollseincai vhrrevef sue jjjtloua eouditlona wer0 touted IwThe LEGOID enteary Many Rare Geniuses Were Born In l 1809 nn Abraham Lincoln WasTSreeh cst of Them All 0 e I vBy EUGENE FERRIS 4 1 1byAmerica n ress Association rS LIE list Of the I worlds great men born In- 1809 nnd whose tz centen rle wiH triibe eforebe ce- ebrated durlnv the present year is surprisingly large The tiuoi bf reaches into j iraKEg hOOTS ifcescofw Chie among fte poets were Tennyson Poe Holmes Fitzgerald and Lord Hough ton Of tak1ctti i there vtforfe Chopin and Mendelssohn of seleotjsts Dar win and msnj IPS tfghts Qf Qgb ers Admiral biililgrcn Kit parson Marshal Canr bert gf statesmen Gladstone Hannibal Hnmlln and Abra ham Lincoln Lincoln and Darwin perhaps the most celebrated cf the list wre borr on the sao day One bpHshed chat tel slavery preserved the world greatest republic ajitst democrat government a long Vtfe irorward thf ether revoTutlonizfd soleiieeand wrotV the word eroJutionsIoj the tan gutge and thoughts of Tmbn Lincolns fame has gryyn with ev try hour since his deM and Jfyet tawing His bold Nou the btarts of iu conies not slope Ira ai bis n ffk These hut brought him jiibrthe ppbtlc cy It was the wetnes of rhttr tr his mercy and jeiiftpiicUy hU lovuTty to truth hi homely common eivlil3 literary quality Slid kits ijer fect democracy that nave given him second tf not first place among the great men of his own and and won hhn the affection of jail funds ihe centenary of his btttb on Feb 12 Yvlll be celebrated hasvbeen that of no achier American On the brtb place farm Ju Kentucky a memorial JiHiclIng will be deputed speeches be delivered by President Roose veil Secretary df War Luke I Wright StipremeiCXwrt Justice Oliver VVdclI lltfmes tVrtUual Gibbons r il Governors Folk of Missouri and Mson of Kwiurky Th address of iVisident ItcoscveUV while short will iKvHis believed one dfUjs most nnr vitious efforts It will constitute prac jtalXy his last important utteftmtc as rIdent and he designs to place nearly in the class with Lincolns Gettysburg address as he Is ajble The memorial buildli itself jiiaisma anti of simple but cl ssic design Stir rounded by Greek pillars sud ap proached by brohd fllphtV of tpps It makes h striking appearance on the huihblei Kentucky farm It complete ly surrounds mil Incites ilk HttK log cabin in wbirh Lincoln was born which after its wanderings line been re greeted en Us original site Ar the foot of the steps are a brj jid sward nuLl driveway with n fiagstaff in tht ecu let Ietr Xy is the roeksprlng whlcJJli was famous even In Lincolns day Ail of this v Hb tberditainder of the firm which will bofleft much as it was before Is to be tiirown open lk the public as nnitlouil park otf Fee 12 The Lincoln cpntni ry will also bo elflboratoly ceJebrxEtdsf the tomb of IbeVuirtyr preiderit siiiO Ills former home In Fjpirtu IeWi at most of the Iwrge oitl s Sml ta the churches and elsewhere allover iif United States cud In pome form throughout th worldipTwo nlcnwhos lines of fatte cross ed those of Abnfbaui Lincoln In a Etrnntro and one of them in a sinister way were StepJiW A Douglas nnd Jolin Wilkes Booth Lincoln and DouglHS wer lifelong HtlCfll foes rivals for the baud of the sanie girl rivals for the SeBiitorsUIp rlvnl In debate and rivals for the presidency Lincoln won in every case pxcepr In CTEIHKS DOCUL1S the empty honor of the format eliv tlou tft the seuRtnrsltip Even there he bad the popular majority ftnt tlu inohH fttwi j f victory Yet odcliy enough it WHP Doo las wheTJfty years ego lrt aK j Idncolw hi pjxrnt- ifly to ailillv fiadottal IHIH The Jtitt betwteix the t gIxtnt asre tliv tflflsl cekbhiMnl lhAf frnn n Htknl ht tt ry They nIxni Xtrl Ulu CDlu the prcsldeWt al eaadWate In IO And JMllircctly coatrHniWd to the spilt tftrg of thv DeiaoiratlkC wrty jiH the detlUiur of tJi el ctkm v Oddly Mtso- the i two nioh were iwiiMftwv friends and lit the te8toftAf Jatfg Douglas caw ratiantiy tji5Siiaent Lincolns uport A ft floofli t4sutttive in ining- lt4ttn txtts ulwtt liu sou ethl ot mystery tbatptlrwitsi c i pay aiki tht Iu q411ih biteit th Je Mtaw llttlf di iflit TiUihla fea Gi for i te ha nv upn usiTh ctiir Whtnjier iIe Mil it jifltttty grlfev aite acrta dLrOiWsi1tWifll sym jpfltj v wltii th toutt5et jijl ivvwj crazed by tik 11tOHtS 01 the it rod lis yet a sit d utfless reWth Co5Mir jili tnJwtft nxl lifiMLuil rrtiy oomieprt li tiy last supiMfsf tMti is theprobnble3 mdccr lnl5 the iurtrrLiv one 4itiiln said that lila early Jlfc nir be described 4t iliifrtrpn- ijriy Tie urt iurdsiciiJlP annals of Hie poor He camp of English QVrt T ni parents while of gucd fa v Wonted 10 ibi titiitlfiT had r du i n fl1 n m ney I viiq hr d with riSJt- iI LSrlQt5litiis altogether oia not nmouut to n tiy Yet he taught himself realitjg omuiv crousjy such bopks as be coijld proi ctirfe Fortunately these wdro tho bbt tlje Bible Shikep arc tA s6p Pilgrims Progress Thomas Paine Robert Burns bind the lives of Wash IngtoD and Clay J Jn 181G the LIhcolns heft Kontncky f6r Indiana anti cwo years later tile mother pled It va i iiue of Intense misery and saddened the boys life LINCOLN is AH thai nm all that hope to be l awe to my suge Mother he a fter wjira exclahued IB a year Tholpaa 4 Lincoln iiniiTird a sccopjlI time ami the stepmother came as near sup iy hug the vacant placf In young Abra hauls hart sial its any othfcr bet mg could have done Far the boy the stay in Indiana consisted cUh ftr of hard farm work wiyls diw hittoitt- trip doix the lissIstil ikur tis Ondj j Folidwlng hfi piouwr 5tfttii fi6 Tenfr Lincoln Ini lS30 ni8v ed to liMwiis That whiter Abm now 14 own man spirt niU and Mnrtfil utts the world for Ulit elf Theuext fpac he look a eeroiid flu tbmit trip to Ness OrlQnnsi And tetkrxed to clerk 1i a grocery at N w FiSpm Iu 153U hf served si a cSptairt 1o tthe Bbickt Hawk war iuid rain for the lqth4iiftire buCwas defeated In 1833 be tiirlod In flip grocery business for WwjselL but his partner ran off jwor Linco n failed and ft took him years to pdy the d bf Lincoln tried fOr the IcglBlrfttine second time In 1ST and was elected remaluluc in the 40u5h eight vera a part of which tinjp be was minority leader Ills chief ai ts as a IgSIjtor were his advocacy of Ittepml Im provements his protest aaljtat slav cry and hb lendershlpof the tight to remove tlie state capital from Yin dahia to Sprtug0eh Other events occurring conteranjjra neousls with this legislative eipprl ence were briefly aK fViHows In 1S04 and 1S35 he acted as deputy surveyor and studied Ipw ft In August 1885 Ann Itutledgo died throwing Lijttotn lath tJdescribablP gloom lii 1836 he was admitted to the bar forming n partnership with John T Sluart In 1WO Ije was an eloctot on the Hnrri son ticket InlS11 he formed a part nershlp with Judge Stephen TLofin and on Nov 4 1S42 Up was married to Miss Mary Todd of Kentucky At the end of his leglsUUivtj curcof Mr Lincoln In ISS foriwd l W itt law partnership tint with VHIIniihfI Henidon which lasted to the eiit of his life In 1341 h was sn olector on the Clay ticket ami In 18MW fleet ed to congress wjlilch wws iiroMirIjv spenkjng the b jiunlng o lIlU nn tlontil ciirper HltbdURirhU rlas a liatlonalSiittji did not rnt7eIxlI n tlfm lp after htsouv term in coii rcss was a ished V V 4 5Lincolns Modesty v In lO sLi hh natse svas hiein iuantI iillxss a lrn9 tlse caisli4qt- for ttrcfideht t brshixw 1lueilxi wraft to ziI echitcir iii hail suesaed the ntlylsnlilhty t euiwxiachxez uk nune mtiist eirO r sy tkt not Utluk myself flF for tki pr Kleh- SEatrng the Pie I ro wmbtT on na r m niy bomi towna we teni sw 4UoiisaWi vht ly in tile oiadi1l ilays tefiw licI service cNHtniHMtitHis HIKKW ttafei of earthly Httalnmeiit vsie tjoverttnbear4 place When liftt iwrtjr wy lllwMy suecoswful lu limtjjdl any eel ftif Washington nut ya on inc Jnip fooj befor the itu of Marrti bxt iher- seerapdl to be a bHcli foWwbr AM through tliq spring lie watt bour lIi hiBy June he as iiepUy bat j1U iift pea red t o Uf jBtaKu Kliialit j f hIm lathe hIt4 Psiaiiat t her appareaU ktt tinie 5WohL here vii a lt1ib7 nsktI tryhit to In SOb l gottheJis sIt- i1itd with asatl iUd mhI4In I tpiklngpusv Saxtiu hiXI 55 4- Unc rtcm The eecrcjsry 1 ct ibe coi1i lasses Ut Prttcijtai In xeidth4eiS dth v flr a tot of tuItloiiS Is Lwii i 8wir by senihrs of Tjfi lsD5 Ii order ilnat IIrt5i rii lduiy bth- tiiuII aui nt 1srth in the uuhsIrtt3 annual Is said always toIn Uidf iis his list this MucstIon Are you on ga cdr I It wtiuld seem that dna ot the mem bers was cursed with doubt in UU ro spfct for In the blank suscvlywfcyv itf to lh query inpnt lonjifl beHifiatJe lij return asr folIosS VS D0 nI know Am aVRitW i1et4Ai IJarpor Mngaiitje Tr4iTfcrmaton ISIAir PrctV St hit slnpjjjg corae Luau afll Mr ieiio Vood the er ct oif 1frcxiitIxssrieently Tha si 3 for it IIIulnPIItp xeliiuie fe heerfil ties lun a hl9JtlCL1IAt3 U0tirp blet owniinxtesi Slaiultanpuuesc ii in rneI to joiie- Su je turned 0 lOOflt tiifm bath turn cii to rubbIttjrybot1s lnh4citci Its astonishing how vUry natgIrl In tjio sheath Iwn IIs i dont thjnitItH astonishing Hot ufiyie Is Pqet and her mothqr fasvaj toIerKew Yorlc Life The Sum of li Depo man got treasure In heaven Yes but In dla col worr he got inlirhty little doze an dunnpwhar urine ter sleep tonlshV Atlanta Cniit1hti The fest pd Quickest Wto ansfeMony LOng Distancev Telejfiione 0 Fot RattappLy to Local Manager i eCamberlaild TcIpon Telegraph Coipiy QS T3C RPQRATED- O OO 3 ooooocoooo oooIji= SJFor atfittel Time J YOU CAN GET The Louivi11e T1mei f pi- 4I Reguiar Prce 5 OQ a Year r I ANDTHEH I THE WSLEAOER I Bith One1earFora S The Louisville Times is the aBestAttrnoon Paper S Printed Anywhere vHas v 4 Covers the Kentucky field perfectly 4Cdvezs the general n ws field cowkjjiiitijyl IHas the fullest market reports r j Send Your Siibcripfions Right Away 1JiaNrtwsLeader rndt to The Louisville TiinV Tliieciallow oiler may be withdrawn ataiy foiMthsubcIiptions tkhtS0 llPINNOW Tbi rateisgoodonly andwe cannot accept S9r4er for THE LtUIVirIaE TIMES whee rhitt paper hztsa regular jajcqiit who irmilhe 1 pitpors by the month SITfififiirs FW less Than Price of Oi IdlerfosBicn the riFt of thehpn W a sure pKvefttlve Viii i an abundant Of egts aftlitrh all other conIditlons nugr be peifWi hencoto make profit jfroin the lieu silo must he kept busy Tile way to acct plfeh IhlA is what all poultry kcejiers should understand ptnhx tray he feil before helug thrifshcd rd a faIr tpeult Volh tahicd null If if hftnjg up a little aliovo the fowkf sa that they ivuld f hare to JUuI1iJ tO icTeklt 5 much the better The It rfewlltfe however are t obtained hy funlStfjl the fowls ivlljh jretean litter ef cliaffmnd traw oCsut jftuleet depth tot IiJSHra hTtrd workiu Iniutiug for tile grain scattered there iul Feed vc tables and fltfely cut hnylii large qunntiHes with warm niash aud freshly cut boine in ire1ut iintl inter Jii thu hrty grainI well teuces1sdl iA In the ittterCorI inrkxiu trIii1turlst- tSAlfalfa For Poyltry lu rxvct1Ioim nuule by the fdsm- ers liiitltut fmtoot the ch11orad6LIg tiuuiirH1 w4lege it ana found that vivhUe the Colorado iK ltiymeii who itere ranking money from jg prpdnfe- n fed vnrlsiM cotublnnttons of graIns iill had sltnllnL methods In Several par tlculrs Ait the siiccwpftil poulriymen conk stitc4tri aJjLfewl they sot one was fuuuitl wso Ia feuag awot ninbli at- nnytIuuiidjInk Uxe year Ohiiiis reg etHbk gs1fg and moat are atiali tiuioii rca dry Aty Uifr tefill jioultryihen feed nlfaifjnaip of ttxeneviry tIItY Siwd fei tialfs iail some at- falfa lnet acil tiaer ilfairahiay951 luWlnr the heins 10 IPtCQfl the eavcb aliti ret tbetoieL- White lA3iHfH fewgrowjug file green plant bintqtod fw feed VriS LSl 1 SunSay jqurnjiy I5t1ier ii iItk 1C4 tIeit by a iWith jp B afrwU nit oI thE litu- ri It twIfl mtmi thir goli 1Vnh1tri C Tflt ihisiipniunxnj of iutitiaod cue eecls thi dChlil hit joifjt4jsrachjIS K in etl Stock Mxin fitmt rq ait UJx1lt seiilflg theklst iJathi t1eywill brIng the iiitAgricuihirlsi r rr iulsCcJiJnet be ws A IffrC4 Z1O Cr even 25 hisC 1tt tO rPs f it We snlPl a srli porn pared J hfraiin Ju ishelp herd r e r ttft ieii bt tn- pro1 1L1a3 it- niIt1e course wf tmat mfr heet hiit2isa- on hi c An acre Of 5flOd 1IfaptedIitt twice si rnnGhi tttIb1o x rcrre of ebvir tw IIPII- plPtt bti tg three tliae ais 1vf- 1litrerl In our sapri iq1ma 41411- 64er c b-irilli 1nii1 1 FnnoLoWs iilp11 Pnumi ftnfjioesJt1ppe but neverfo31ih tb usuifjFi1eisU- oriey axdhlttQr lagripic catgkM- Uid 5decp suatedoltis Refusc any itthngeuuunolil thtl1lOw paokae Sold at Baj don fc Robot tsiu ri O Rditaei jdindouoftheheat ut1 sjiTl kET AnOhIlgin Pzczngtr ml a B a t J Slatico Maktr A crnishz ahi5tbij master wk inlnBT ticke w auto ncius a cutter 4 4 er will liisoHvov Jii thi dlstrJcif who held 5exOuitiLIt fhetgbies tar being as iiat5 this ad vfi hout tr ul4hnghlimtu iuw jt Oxi thItoeeas1pn hiowwtre wdet ed him lhu nOt very palItt producelt1inidlag in iesr bet5 iri ttwaut to yon stap at Ills tatIoii Of coursp The tflitt wa rro4e anti tie oaiciut pitssed i Jocyiafffrf lrnportazit iiidsfatiHdSA fewilurs jjifer ti the early iMjir lag mail t riiicjdrewup atti jittfom at aoori ocloclc a ps e flc iwecwt ed tlieiuhitaritoster eaty I perznparIly fsit te sMitfsltht master Hes ha beddr sCp1Ie4tbI ptrTell him Ieuthfhi al4 ib p sengerbTlic porter dlxpinisr d i efsonic delayretureit ely toh1sid- bs vhestation msterrhis waIIbygru- irMlxrxr s1Ieitig brauk ol in she coltl Tbr latter thea found klaMWf ees frosiled Iy his old freud tbi tt denier who banded hlM lrit S ticket hiolhiely bsllng Wito peamtss lt r bt seine tlrne rexntuslliz k4 that in lied ii eye dayjxe exr1- S whti to setiteVev tlritP lie etop lied ax the ctniloifIontfes 1rL PERPETUALYOUTH r g Sit Caji Oniyinrtid t 1iidpSy- The 1LIr 0e yiitiI tatbietmlal or noshnr0 You atitxotbeyag by tryhig to nppcjir so by dr HWEir yoixtb fully You musj first jwHrtirf tN last vi3tlec af iJjoufct oC flrt that aii are ngloff A3 king ac ibaths In mlndcosrneties and yotitkw1 diii will rftniaunt to very little la Maslnpr yb r appearance The eouvlctlb muifflit lie elr2ufl due Ilicht vbtc- bpfPttl the agflg coiedtttni aiwct lx- irovirrji H If Are cnn ouly stabjwltl lPu- piytuli rntxtnltt1tei4 tbst wtThareTwo kahV tjw 11- tt sgniot ofil ae ne tuir if tbls- 4i it Lb itevrOt ieeI PitWIU race wm bv expniksd he yi4dN- etlitn IPtAr4iAI- ag riiia kttqijug l iiilntl ike 111gW- cherrful oplaLstie LiiifuI bisstpi ttLe of yutitb in i1l i 4II1h- dnisstxItiseo thi itttrki kitirt C- ftittniqs wbivhirtt5l rvitby- duttrfuIilreixin taad R the quahitLe ubll ticlit0iyOMI- trtS One iteat IrJplr irlth i SU1 nrI- liiS1LtltnSi aaPresaty Tix lid xlug thidigIut uio tJsujucue life IVl ti biC aM div uprthehrIi flfl cells e1 tItus perSJiusIylstxrt iWpr ot cl- xJtnaghutttQti wb liiiit be kept lreSh buoya t itk fr 5KILtmt OH AM CURE m times Now Discovery FOR C08 TrW Belie Free AND AU TMROAT AND LUCTNOUBLESGUIAEPD SATISPAOTOE- O5 1Pv m a IBUOTIN- WStt3r t DENTIST j mJHJEXJRACED I ITUT 4iN5k tS lIT J kijiw jt t1t7 PK NGF1ELDKyrJ Fti t Iit u pentl Work Srjlgtl FIXSLC1aSS-l Rittl ITiJC l14hlR I r 1 Phiciar ndSnige ffi f t Oftiee hours8 to fi to j OlIc s over JtayaonIs Drugstore fc ii- f i J1II ithupton W MD f e in fiDcra House ty t OfttCCPIORCNO S ptdcnccNo33f Ir 00j WJGRIGSBY c t i ftTTOfitNEY AT LAW oaice pve PeojldTstBanir i i f i 8imi3PIB b KY J u Dr M1W HYATT tj cJJ over Jed vGrds Urur- i jJ mc HyLt1O1O- Ct tt 4 tossJLc j r jON YMAYS UIAL uiKtCTOK t All MtIHED fMBAtMbR TELEPI1ONac J DAY 19 NK3bT 74 i NGPIEtUJKt 2 jJrpiid offttshngtlr r f R t f ringfleI Choice c Manutaetnrulby riJ rboeCtA t ryo iY highest marketl price for grain i rq if you want the Best FDOIJB r J V ask your 6cer for N rY Fir That Tired FeeHng J Whfeh cornea rom a sluggish liver and tekctive bowels when you ddnt watt to eten4 your tongue id coated Take lanes Pills They make tio liver Work Bud excrdsd the powelsrcnre constipation bilious acss SICk headache and nIl other lazy 5S liver troubles Sample ireo on xcquear 25 Doses Cost Only 25 Cenfis- Itedo ta E ft St UuisiMo Jbr Sale in Springfield by I Haydon 8e Robertson = c KALBjU CAHSASCrTHO IIIIOIUWI FENCE 1 I u u u r Costa very lltUo rovea very Aitls factory for lawns door yirrdki gar 5S tieRS We make fencing for lawns door yards Held hog unit poultry Write for fcatalosr UNION FENCE CO Witic DKatt ilL Kansas City Mo r S5S Sold 11i v rort l ijr Itching Skin DscaSesS Are readily cured y4emo A Kquidi 7 t fforcxterrtal use 2cmo giyt inaaw relief iidpermancndyci ray 1PtL rr j If J oftchingSkin or Scp usease ff Druggists Write hr s1mple EVf RdjeMedrGbvSt La fsr Moic r v 1 t i t r c fif Havdon Ro4en tI I w y Ji FURS1t i JW aH- f P h w11 TsivsTatlow3eeswax Cinselll- f C4SSeaYcflowRootMayJtPl WlU Cteger ct We us dealers tSi 4edia 1856Oyer balacealirrmn-t JJ f asdcandobctter1crjcutlaa etcawt 1anige V15ot U7j SIIf ale SnL wSist LoUISViLlE T fM JQRg g Fur good xon b yhoeirSptingfle1dS f jtj r J4 J f 0 t J 1 Nothlnf quats Dx 5Lez5Antlla 2 lt 1IK b zwuriIln c1aUc et I wni ro lrii li tltW Local Happenings Interest i jTOIMI N The Freshest and Latest i 4 Sfl1 I I 1 SSII i WM M ijy jyonij t6iB lateslb songs aV Russells It rft iiHfcbean accept ble val nbi Be I V Jusf t tved a llargp T tV of thet liitiet t S9Dt iind rag time nisic JV Ed M Russell WuiA1I jJIb nein need rUugitsI fr cfag ttociill bn AJJ 1Dthrall- p l JDI J bs Clardje 13Lnd andM- c1eut rcIriilrevili b mtried tQdjivy afSt Gharles obiiiob l Manon auhtS A meeJang of ttte TJ D 0 chapter will ba herd aVy the Springfibia Hotel at 2 oolodk Eturuay afternoon 2 L frLoSt a sma1i joh tIte i Opera Rouse Finder will please 1e9vet Mr Ed use1rtt itore Und recelve rewArd Bo Nlo tbe wife of Mr Jinnes WhiUi of the Ttttnam1 ring neighborhood triplets vsru girls and a bay Mother ynd bhijdren ddiirg well t ttFott SAL1LElevdn good work joules a fine three year otdJacTrc- tn weanlipg coIt Will e f1rD tde lorotbe ock iIJ31K1ENE Roue5Sprthgfie1dK t Hyomeilh AiistrjafianI dry Uiii reutment for catarrh astbthai itc aoup SThet aaranteed by the Red Gross J iifug Etore Complete outfit 1m Friends of Mr and r Mts Edward Meadti Taylor have re fci edvthea nouncemenlrof thp rayarof it daughte at their aome in Louisyill on Monday itme8tbrr JSptfnft tiedL do55will a Confer the Third ol1 Mast r bf vfasoud egr e at cegtilarmeeting Monday nighfc F b 15tlf AIJ j bember sshould fturb out for t hiS meetiti Vjjdiiag mernbefs iUbe cordAiMy Avelcomed Bear iri mind the Red Gitsi jrug ftore sells jIirinaubder a thii1re guarantee to cure dys pepsia vomiting oT i3i egnaLcy ii ionef1jilckj a large box 1 The miflfrntge1 of Miss M y Smith td Mr AlbertWiHett tobk jJac0 at Ej Hose church iai une ocloclr Tuesday morning The bride is a daughter of ICMrs denjy Smil j flu gloom is a on of Mr William OTletiV IBotb families jJiye jnuhSt toseighrh od I SstarMoysiousltd DgOO JoY S ja Friday atSJ Uierines of which order she nid baen member fori fOl rn6i qear4 Slie Iwas ujsisbsrfof MJs s Eliz and IMdie Muljciii andI 3stier Marj EegtiaVd of Meni- phiw whocauie to attend b6r istrs fUaerall lfj occurredt Sunday j j Mrow LS Jjbbs and familyr wfl n vpfV9n5 thiscount3 itgr tietrrxflrecenUypurchaed by lr t bb3net SlieloyviUc The peopleepf Washiiigton couaiy raierei lOsing Mribbs aid his frtteresting family 2Mr ibbsisati enterprising bf jv unfqrtinat4it 3 good a c1tizer kpetint 0i of the WashitigtonOounti cl Society was held in vDr ledl1 W dyaits otn SJriogfleld on Monday Feb Sbh thq followmjy bfriigin atieodanee Dri5VWfeay M wHyttUjjj p A Crosby rliompsopJhan Phe nextieeting iifbe on Marcn 8th awr chfttnie a ery ihslVu tive ri ranime s oeen arransi d 1 I Mi1 1 Dago who iis1L te ant on Mr JoTSi P Sioain S lirtn anti who is lie oX Cb mo t 4ilCCC5fU1f tbaCiCO grter in ihecQiwity sjld and itiyftQ his crop of tobuQqQifts t WeslfI tto the AtIH tic lobifocufCa1 its wrebousc 5ln SriulieJd Phere vas It little 1orethan 2ti 01 jYouncIe of tbntobjco ifd t ir uttht5imi tbeuui tls 216S4 ir ij iiveiagel of13ai JitlJ ilred pc1ijlds The yield pet ars3i2Mests ay Banksop aLd Sidney Mot ris two professional theattical men are here and are engaged in driUin a company of y UngPeOpeit a play en ti dItMrs Pemp1esTelegram thefrSPringneJd j oarily dat The play is a three toltbfjtt r3cecdsar to go for the benefit of the Oatholic church A tolegra wa ret ived by- r4ativannoubeingJQ the Seitth of Mr Stephen D Brown at Enid Oklabouja WedneslJay af 11 oclock Burial will be a1 PleasanttHHtfo Fri Jay The tmessage was received by 1rsjiv Prank M Martini Whos methehJMrs AtdisBrbwri was at the i bedside of littK slsterFuHI tarcliculars TCiUCbe glen iin nex- ieeks issuei sthe news came qpj ate to giwef more than a brief t utIce The la Uasor the Catholic I eitxrcb wflll srve dinner c ounty iiourt day the place to bo announced n it week The ladies u who have the management ort the dinner say twill be rttd clas wiihn Abundance of o4tl Qultry provision lind all the il market aiTJicls and leveryi way up to n1e high standard of- xcelteuc heit tofdrie tnantained by the l dnisv of jthe Catholic i ehurch Tbeprbceeds from the dinner vill beused in beautifying It nd caring for Ihe grounds oft Dominici i S cemetery The ladles will btht iliful for conj vributions of baskets provisions ind money for the dinner lCounty Board of Education jj There will bja1 meeting 0 ffWashinjUii County Board of p Educationjitthe Court House inJ Springfield on Saturday Febru ry 20 to consider ali petitions for aiidi against the changes oftboundaryclines of chool distrijbls tiftthipatterii ofreocRJiog SOUl of the school houses and the consolidations off school district A11 parsons whocc n y be inlferfetaa in these mat rs stioufi avitil tbeufselves qnt this oppor liunity to bei 1ieSld as itvhius noV baett determined how many me lti b gs the board will hold Bj brjcleAof thebourdl eWVtUhrwan In Memory Of UfnjiJh 2 year apd 8 in n tbs j did chlid or Mrtand M s R A Wheatley whom the tiath AngGUl f t6uk from our midst Janl 30th ire had oeen a sufferer spme Jim from heart trouble but only ai short time beferq his death did the llovii g putenls lose all hopeot his 7ovtr37nd Joviug friends could do fo preserve the little life waS done button 4 vail Gradudlly G ds messenger cnme to take the little soul lou his maker Hewjyts a lwig1t j ltLcjlfwe little fellow h1miquitehadjbl years and in tlmtl ltfle lits had llaroed to love r d cherish the1 Hfe intrusr tedto their teas only parents know how But while It is hard to giuo up tour thiibflg we Ii now Godft j sorrows aiid we know also that He isT all wise Jn His ways al though ttey are sometimes mys terious io us So weep not dea parents youvhave not lost your little son Agaui in the ytforld whore we know no sorrow you will meet ourfiherished d ing11 By d + Cwho loved 1 NoticeI PEe firm of ghultz Rei le having sold out it becomes nec- eiItry t close nil outstanding LCC0UfltSriLI persons knowing fcUemselv sindebte to the firm vrlJl pitaseocbniGl in promptly andettlotmnd hus avoid any uneshtrouble1St Respeotfujily f tiultztLeidle 1 Inigeu4fl or 4ypepslat Is inability o dToljtfiqa iiiwejik dl Ustirc juices 1tQ dfgest wlknt4iou eah Kodol ii a mbinajnaU the natural 1IEes Ui jaibf fouu i in an ordinary Heal 1gestourtl11 kf Soli by the Red dross drug r8torb OLffSKBNtYUJR1B Makes Kidneys and BJaOdw Right fiW Teeth ex g tractedwlth g out PAIK or g DANGER g j No charges when plates fe are wanted s AbL WORK Done in this office is firstclass t- in1 every respect and just as advertised I WVSTALLARDDDSV1SpringfieldS I iij ff- r MOO MM Hard to Reach Col John I McElroy is one of he many Springfield citizens who is trfoijougnTy sathfied that Washington county deserves the credit fur being the bi tbplaceof Abraham Lincoln and should beI reaping the benefits anti honor which are being bestowed oh Larue county just now Col Mc- Elrov last fall made an effort to call President Roosevelts attenr ion lo the facts whichconstitute- Washing ncountys claim to the onors fnd went tto considerable pains to write a history of those and fbrWarded them to gather with a photographic copy of the marriage bond ard minis rs return of the marriage of Lincolns parents this tountyI He also extended on behalf of l the people of this county an in vitaton to the President to vis1tl son the occasion of hl vishii toflodgenvilfe That the reii eit of the Unlt5e1 States iis hard o reach was conclusivelyl proven few days Ilaeri whn a very a polite and f rmallletter frpm William Loeb Stcretarv to the President In which he said that t it would be impossible forthe President to a cept the nvita i icu or to take up the matter of Liucolns birthplace s A Fake f It is curious to note the inacuJ irate and wild stories which are going Vim rounds of the press IT just nosy concerning Abraham Lincoln One of the most brazen akes we have seen lately ap ared in the Louisville Times f Monday The Tim s published what purported tobe Hfacsiorile reproduction of wha wTustlaimed to bq theorigi al ministers re urnof the marriage of Thomas jincoln and Nancy Hanks A wiildr history of the documents gtjven Jt is now iin the pos essidn of Mr Thomas Jv Batman off Louisville who obtained it roui1a Dr UlevpliCndl now dega gOSwho so he story al one ime borrowed 5CO fr m she lute 1Cue dotjifment as ue rl cl- stales thai Mr Batmnn hash en offedfabuIous sums for te document bYleliri hunters TheSl cry is impossible for two reasonsj Inhl first plane thei document purporting to be U e minitersrurn is nothing like the ival1 piper in wording or ini handwriting In the second place the original ministers return is stilf in the vaut of county clerks omce and can be seeuat any time by aiyone who wilt call onr County Clerk W F BookerMr Booker has been clerk about 40 years and he it was whr di cov ered the existence of the Lincol marriage bond and the ministers rftturn and he says furthermore i the documents have nevr bezI out ofthis possession nor I any amount of money induce him to permit them ip be taken awayj from sis office If Mr Batman can get a fabunusl sum for the fake drcument he had best cluse the bprgain but as a matter fact his paper is absolutely valueless ifor the reason above stated Notice I desire to flOtfrthe public- r that I have renewed my license asauctioneer andl am prepared to conduct public sales- of al kinds I rospectfully solicit aslof tne pBtroDage of the pub andwill endeavor to give satis icti4Very Truly j SEUSj1Spungfie1dKr r Notice All persons having claims against the estate of John MI Mayes deceased will present same properly proven to jine uoi later than Feb 20 1909 ffRrwELL ETHEBINGTON Administrator of JohriM Mayes RFDN1 Willisburg Ky v ttfrSal or Rent 1A good seven room dwelling onv Grundy avenue for rent i or for tale l Water in 1 good garden and outbuildings Apply to- T D TAPP L 04Sudden Death of Mr Evan Rogers This comnmunutk w vgre tyi shocked last Weak by the oQWP oItRogersoIt t pronounced death due tbraqQlt attack of acute indigestion Mr Rog rshdcum9 over with his wife fromi Ziebnon IPa1ciatheirwithlMr5 Nel vho ts ineice of Mrs Rogers 1On Wednesday morning Mr Rogers took the train for Loivjl1ei to attend to some busiuess matters He ate dincfer ta restauranl lat about i osfpck and ate ratheTheartily ofll fisbj Mr G J1Wbarton was j takipg dinner in the i estaurant the t same time anti says when l liet left him he l1r red ttobe asllr BlMrBl j at the TenthStreei depot a 4 30 l that afternoon Mr Wharton say that Mr 1ogttriC comprainedi of feelingf sick when he got On the train arid he rapidlY gr wjl worse until the train reached Springfield when lhe wls scillt- hat he had Q be assisted from the train and placed in a carriage anddriven to Mr Neales home Ds Lamptun add Hyatt vvere called and u id all fciioy could to t releive the sufferer but to no 1 vail and ht quietly passed away at about10 ocfotk lt Mr Ean Rogers was born on the farm now owned by W P Merri tti ndrth of P1eatntGiove in this county Septemberr 17 n p 18S6 He was a sonCoj Mr and Mrs Milton Rogers Fortyt even years ago he ws raarrred to Miss Lucy Browne daughter of the latfe Stephenn X Bruwne IT e Browne and Rugs6 ferniIiesI re among the mqst inflnennal of the eaijlylf days of Washington county atid haVe alvays been ciosiy id ntfrijed with the history and progres off the county Shortly aftert hirlmarriag Mr land Mrs Rjsiesrs moved to etiV oount KQJ tucky and a liCtle later bin vedx io Illinois and setfc don a farm jin Mcponoug county flour Mjcomb They lived in Illionois about 17 veins hen they re moved to Kentucky sod bought a fnmi Shel by county Abou eight years agjb Mr R6gers std lila Shelby county farm ndjre bireu frOin businoiss itud has w skied at thi4 plce and L lfanon eve since evUevat da great deal df big tiinein laier ycTS to ch u rch h nd Sunday Shooieirkf- le was a member of the BJvptibt Taith and conttb ted nberiUy of his time and means to the ad vance 1entr of the asiSVs ciuse He was a man who lived his re ligion heas ttle soul of honyr and integrity 4od 4vas vry bodys frieud and ho mAns enemy He was the soulot devqtion to his wife WHO has the syinpaJ thy ofmiiif frloiids in this her sail bereavement lanpl Mrs Rogers had no cVifflnm Besides his wife iVIr fy MY rsis suvivuch by a hrnihcp Mr AVCI Rgrs of Lelanod1t nda sister Mp Tred Hogan Af this place The funeral took pi Tee M PleasaptGroyj bn Prulnx morri1I jug und the serVCe w rpsimpiel t accordance Mill lte wsipf thedecensedRev tSHbinpfj OnmphelJsvill DrCJA Gmyes of Lebanon i nd Rvs HL- f Purdom and YHt WtlatnO Ithis plaot rokptflL ht cr t monies x v i jt Fall Causes DeathA 1The1 1 Peter Bprderj a cdseYtIltyt kt9tdayi J 8fSSvernhltcefj from tbe l r ies receivedi in u fall dona thourt tjetjIt Louisville He tayeteran of tlie Civil Ware He i leaves the AUTOMOBILE IIwih to state that I havei Ico1ttt Haynes Automobile Cos to have vexclusive control of Marion Anderson nd Wash ington counties forth coming year from Februaryr 1st for thsale of all kinds of Reo and Haynes Cars For further infoirmatioh addresipl N G MAlRKS Springfield Ky Allowing children Logan Bor ders of LouUville James fir1 erBttIt af HiijJofJ jLouisviUe The body- win be titken wSpiineldi I ICy- o mOrow caoin for burial FERabL Marshal J t G race left yes teVdat JforHeridersodviUe N 0J where ho gees for the benefit ofhS health Ho was accompani ed by iMiv Bed F Simms who will vUsit hit Lnson who hasi a position as principal of a c pofntHendI n me 1rIri md parMirtin of Louis viUeis visitingi her ten1S Mr 1andMrs Nellie 1C Thurman after a visit of several waeKs wi h rei latives here left fort Cincinnati jJast Friday where she will spend amonl lfoin tlig whofesalsniillin ery houses oejfore returning to Huntjville Ala 1Mrss C Mooe and Mrs Handy arrived from Texas FJhlay and arewith thf slsurMr J ines C McE roy whose condition remains crit cat 1IMrs Frederic Manget of Louisville pehtatffew diysswithII JohnIwJMfs Fred Hagan accompanied MrsEvRnIgers tp Lebanon Monday for 5 short stay Mr S D Astie Qf Brlstal thetrt khusiiess and plesnre in a visit here Mrs Harry Brown arid Mrs John jBrojvnijOf Lebanon were visitoranl town Mouday Mr F nN l has beenbill thel past veIc buttisi improving Mr John Ll3rbelisconfined to HIS home with a severe attack ijOff brorichflisi Mr fL eifllybr aiffi was in LoaiviUe tthe la tar parf of ast Vt efv u consult a specialist lID rpgd to a surgical opera ion Nepratiou was pefor tried and Mi Gfaybooke and wife who accolnpiiniod lliim returned Sjat rdaJ 1 Th i loail young men give a very enjoyrttble danc at the Opcra House last Thursday night fV iMifsi KebeccQ Mcir6yts ofr Lebun iiy wns a we k efld vhiitor rrnr Mistes Alma and Mildred iSpadingi kof Lebanon spent Mondajpwoib MissEleanor Dun can MattioaDdr1argie Miss Ellen Gregory at Beech i lafad over Sunday v MsrtiIaybtookeha re turl1fdh9rne afVervr a months visit to her mother at Bardstown- J XissE ith Mahoney ofHow trd town is visitingi her p rentS Ir nod Mrs William Willett Mij5sLi2fzieLog9 don is athime from St Ctuheiines lor a few dayS i Mr J5IP Epparson and fami Jtb ve moved to ShSiby county toli 1If a MeCI4sjeV a d ftfr tIQho ottBlooraeld r were llelsiiti tovnSturmday l rU M undfspent Sun dayslul Louyiire Dr F L StQJe left today foi lli Thpmft at Deeaturlil Gfair o hsMi fttl ILbJ4y tU in family ttif Bt Mnry Ab t Qf4LebnOn tI7IN visiting her aunt MraS rB femshts JVVJ is J it L MtijsKate Williams will leave jFridiy for Indianapolis to buy foithesprnrd he Ciricinrtnti and L nisyhll- ppiniiog5sbeforo H returning home- Mr WJ S Glbbs and flOllLes t tJrtte in Sholqyvile this we1r L MIiS ti1 Burtonl of Leba ubn J r ii guest bf5KlrB H Thnrman SO ldfer Balks RpathPlot v- t t It seemed to JA StoneachU veteran oICemptx that a jpltf UXsb bctweeu a esparate lunfifttQubl tand the gray to cause fills deathi contracted a lubbi fn ild hd vvrUes tttitt developed a OpuglL that stuck omclrt spite ofl ailireiueaies fur years My weight raw down to 130 pounds Then II bsgtin to use Dr Kings New Di- sdaety wftich restored my health conplctih vi I oWwei h4l8 pounds rot acTCr Colds obstimate CiJFShe1 1rcSvcnt PnciimonL3 lsfupr ii5QC nudSl00 Trial l lot1c neeG imi- rauteca r yQ sluon 5 p J eaap qUd arustMys- atlN Jq Ouan rOfi o l PlOl l M sWJUPWl y E o Lt3mnbi t JIo Ttij t i- 5iiT5f rRe I f CnlTlnW w I I NEW GOODl ATTUE I BIG I sr0RE11LNew White Goods New Laces r Embroideries New Linens Nw NIIhams Percales Madras ii etc BIgstock94andjO4Sheetings Bleach and Brown Cottons BMtickihir and TOBACCO COTTON- r i Bl tJnrriG6 I Iiij 1 1of Ladies OoiAs Silts f tand Skirts Mens and Boys Suits and OvercoatsI I Just Received Large Stock Ladles Muslin Und rlla anythingino1 t 4 f We Carry the arrest Stocks in Central K f Robertson iajbroote om INcoRPoRArE1iIIi i j7L IDi t t11y Good Conftctiont That it the only M fco iMiin our pic forw selve on the ITMIMMM aad J i quality of our lif 4 Fruits Gangess ind Cakes t ic i i i r t Fresh Bream Baked Daily j f i Atoursdafotaiw aai iJf pared at all bm to M drinks Coca ola B- late etc ji i WeserveMea1sintheS i goodold home style 4 t t 4 7 I Oysters always fresh 0 t i ilertleins Con1dIry 5I f KT1E1TLEII irJ jMBl MVpTS t tHt tt1 CHOICE MIS EIL NYII Not a National CUtUm- Of all your queer American toIls said the Englishman and jpa have many you tnOwOb yesVvfery many the queerest lIIs that of the oM est daughter of the first marriage of ja woman who has been married twice wearing her mothers first weddIng- ring How Is thlUsnhi the American woman That sounds r ther compli cated lam afraid I didnt just catch ttt The Englishman repeated In the two weeks that t hive been In New York he elucidated still fur theiuP have met four maiden ladles of thirtyfive to fortyfive years of age Who wore wedding tings tasked lot an explanation and each time I found that It was the ring with which the ladys father married her motlrtr When the mother married again site gave the ring to her oldest daughter Dont you think that queer I certainly do said the American woman Still I cant i1levethat it is a national custom or I should lute heard of it before1 New Jorlf Pre Troops Formed of FrliwsThe French Foreign legtom is corn posCdot a very heterogeneoitskit who hayb found Europe too hot for them and It Is a curlaus thing that the 0er man element seems to predominate la this Frdnclv force Most Of these Ger mans ate deserters frdm their own army though In the legion they eon find that It is even worse than iu oedlI nary case of 4lout of the fjryin pan Inta the firTbe fleglpa now all mostthe only sutvlvaf txom theM wlienkluga Tind governments 8cceP d tJA cNI1 eot forelctL troof jaeaal i t wriirFNCream Vermifuga TE WORM REIIEDJDIfJrIMnt I si cwA sa psaa-rirtispS BidSaow ItcRED RSS5DRJaTORE 2ktuaoed nff thtr livtjAiKi ant WM kind h fyrnisbad lIjy th psa iwiepfc Swiss pucrtt t thcb ibis WeeeiM of men ci first tlt Aw drtr GaTd EcoiBtoe 01 tie kfeMF of FrarUie wicixitber f pi exwopte or 11 those iilie mteiMafat Tb BCIK a 1undrt In n4tr M centuries the CWtekkings toffi lthfe iI wttD famous CMtQuIIIII rMcfl i- neled the TUtIei41NSSrttLT- ndoCkeIeb Ly g assThps Cool bOiWVCeab te th ba we ter Bntfl tenatr Atrnl aM eat tnt narro1bipI W t tn tM M long lay led aMiRtheSYe to draw cat ttw jbotrtm 0Mt a level t MtJifioodKri I t atoned odM IDa rowrfla Utiiignnafmt of butter ftjr fire njIMa tpnt m osS ktepta C1IP f tkti4psiStI4 OkU other flrt tawt k wSI Jt I pepfXTj Mfr lay IIi a iv d aM- aOOe1rD s I1 HOWTOLGainThsh i rtwi havebsee CI gmceieSiVtIr W W1fIJflsD lt pieces I tirt pesid it to stet ttJlie Ive dthWiy 4tdIaritdab4 iMifcMii finiil ihkh W couM 4betbthetie k mak Lkamolmtofleth1s5lMy tigot tyo can Jet It IJrbJIdD COTTS EMiftSIONk kcstbIa M I AtM ftwWII- ecrrrr b Wt 4QI PWt sa Hew r r v TJ c A 1 IiEiucthIb f I I v II Ha 4assic a1a fIIICN itPts II II II I IORATO ALI5S As4ea e8ft tarwP Is4J f 1vo mites froth 1r11 nI1Kr t A IT ie Hundred vcI aud tew acre iI farm that nilse si little except pa trJotUni Ike crop on It are 4or nm t pert at bare a dlscour aged appearafce Perbapg thto jection comes ii from dodging about to JBisaf the rocks orfrom trying to Ittd fertility in thei J J qUta hopeless task Whatever kfi the cause the tf fact remains that t tJJ wrwi1 L tMateatteant was unable to ake mough jrom the plaee to meet t taxefttjut as the i ftrtest o 01 reod f certaIn farmer ccntertthiaofTbomasLln X3fJ eeta i ioosb out of the ltti aNet ipA tHvi X t lictive pot of 4b artk M i nrf the worldB i 1iGtOM presidents gov f n j h aid cabinet y t 1MIi i t ra fMegajther tfcere to orate and S Mtc ie thfMjrocfcs and sterile soil t jpaieiiaVtb the frMfe for all tbe days j V coiae v Oa jofp ot the hills a white rffJI Mfwial hail patteraed after a Greek i r7 ceiII Jlfcewta be consecrated m vm afi left ail a ilecca for future genera f Jjt s TIM ttaqplr lactoses an old one fj ktf cabin with a stick chimney MM doer oat window sad no floor at r r aU M tcib4n was born a man re eMia wjboia tbe world has taken to its rvf MNrtAhsham JJocolBjtfar president v and liberator man of ipeekaew land 1 1aefey atrange compound of sorrow i XM LINCOLfDfJeGL i 1 YaM of 1a1 hteraetb babe thatt came Jhero ut parents poor and almost t 3S i tutt late IS the reason for the temple lor the crowds and for the oratory He is likewise the reason for the na Stleaexting at all In Its present form- ikr these humble acres are nut nil un v productive even though they cannot grow crops for they brought forth a SS great soul to lead a people from bOnd v age and to place before mens eyes type Of Jcharity and forbearance that wiir makeusflIl tenderer and better i for having s enr Tbe LIncoln farm after passing out- ef the ownership of Thomas Lincoln I belonged for unnDY years to a family ert miot Creal after which it was ghtby a Jvew York capitalist a Mr Dennett whq made some im i prayements Op It with the idea ol Sckang1n It into Ii national park Xlls 1 waa abandoned howeveiV because of r JiuslMegs reverses The farm becann tied up in the litigation of the Den neglectfSL tfeja by the authorities of Lariie cotiu- v ty Ey when It was purchased bv- i Richard Lloyd Jones as a represents tlve of ltob rtJ Collier A Lincoln cSS tarni assotiatioji was formed wltl qGovernor loll of Missouri at its flea jand various distinguished men on Jta dtiectorate To this body Mr Collier turned over the farm popular sub scrlptious were raised a muinorla building was erected mid other in prpvementa were made As a result 1 tc 1lie Lincoln birthplace fariu on Felt 12 will be opened to the public as n itJ jfirftloioal park From a scenic aspect jJ i It18n beautiful l spot Near to tilt j tj plaza fronting the memorial building r f fa tba famous rock pring and uotjf r ll i diant to i pitturesque creek on UK banks ofwblcb the boy Lincoln play- it ftd y IB addlti n to the dedication of the f illia statue of Lincoln will be un felledt i Hdgenville More important turit1s UjW practically certain that S tome form o memorial will be erected J1 at ln tonnstep that should f have been taken long ago i Everything connected with Abra a iancoln Is held jpreciousv by the r 1iiiierJcan r eopic His birthplace and lite lOfDt lite acts and IsW91dsthc 1f people w1t wlim he nssocln1ed all- 9a objects of a popular Interest sich Mu1Jecuaropsed by few men tfce of nationshistory Compared rt Fitfe Lincolas simple greatness most t jthecharoetem grOUOd around him 4r 4r J tIer by contrast ThiS Jiarfrue even t hiJ family Fqi ono I feithat jus i J 1ifTr tjee has ne rbe qdonelrS jj Lincoln 4J Sb4e not wjthoiut a prophetic quai- 4 r lty Ju jivininar her busbnudS futUre 71eslaence 1 ie bail siIrfluaj Insight j j4 abe HVff redmJ1Jr sorrows andtie tI fi 4 41te tier tIKf11CC from Mr Lincoln 4I I IInteinperiineitt utiti InherIted manueht f2f anafiicllets shev was loyallto him throughoutSS nmrnlifJri H fewartV Llncdlna chliffitpfflpetitor 1I 1 tJleJrisldtrfhJt noPJnRtIOfi soil LrwirL1 h i One 1i1 4It ot IS Jtthat was es M cknowl Jt dge sgreatileir WMob sew irJ to plot against- Mil LI 2 f hW f flow nrt ntt 4tt Itui ibstatesaiaw Y N- oa i bqjb y iiista wbo4be pIje = i it him for tli thatiA Hf taD1Dtot1Q t bat prsceda Uilp slid I J I ij and that ToTlowing these twin events His one term in congress was tbi last Important public service to the fersf period Foilowlng this were jir tr ri1t years of Jaw with little or no J11 In cqngres Lincoln lint gii jreputatjbn as a story teller ii ir I bad mape one or twO com pftfjrn speeches had Introduced a mpitsnrt to tihotish jslflvcrv In the Ds trlct of Columbia and had refused to say that the lexlcan war was right eous Following his term lie had applied for thaOfflcif land commission er to whlcli he bad not linen appointed and had been offered the governor ship of Oregon which be declined In- J8iO he retuse another nomination to congress and In 1852 delivered a eulogy on Henry Clay It wits In 1854 that he really reentereoT politics be- Ing stirred tb retovby the repeal of the Slissouri compromise That year he was elected to tIe legislature but refused to serve H was also a can dldate for United States senator com Ing wIthin a few votes of winning With rare unselfishness he threw nil his strength Lyman Trumbull and elected him For Lincoln to go to TrnuibuIU who had but a handful of l waggingWeof a proslavery man In 1856 Mr Lincoln participated in the formation oif the Republican party making his great lost speech at Bloomlngton He also received 110 rotes for tlce president In the J publican national convention and ran for elector oil the Fremont ticket Two years later came his great debates with Douglas which were bed at Ot tawa FreepOrt Jonesboro Charleston Galesbnrffi QUincy and Alton As nJ resulHie had a popular majority but was beaten by holdover senators and a struggle with Dong las Mr Lincoln made speeches In Ohio Kansas New England and the famous address In Cooper Union New Yprk Early Ip 1860 the Illinois state convention instructed for him for president and in the national convention that met Tit Chicago May I619Lie was nominated on the third ballots In the following campaign Mr Lincoln re mained at hotneand declined to make speeches The Democratic party spilt on slavery which made his election possible Following the announcement of the result many of the southern sUites seceded butt the president elect refused to be drown Into any public utterance as to hIS policy On Feb il iSGl he started to Washington mak ing a few short Addresses on the way and secretly passing through Balti more because of rumors of possible WILLIAM nt REWARD Ii assassination After his inauguration his history became that of the country In her most gigantic struggle The su preme events of his administration as they affect his tame were the Issuance of the emancipation proclamation on Sept 22 1802 and Its offlchtl promul gall n on the 1st of January f6lrojng VIcksburg and Gettysburg on July 14 1863 the Gettysburg addrfess on Nov 19 1863 the second election to the presidency1 and second Inajigural and thc assassination on April 14 1865 lIve days after Appomaddx Patchwork Education What the modern child larks r tthe power of observation He satu rated with smatterings of eve y kind of knowledge lives a strennuju Hfe and cannot tint time for observation and assimilation Madrid Mundo The Last Word She And do you believe Hint xiSman always turnlto the last pnjjp flrtt FTeWquII wnutihr DoYou Get Up- v With a Lame Backs Kldscy Troubler Hakes You Miserable L iAlmost everyone knows of Dr SwampRoot the great kidney liver andl beUrestoringI4oot fulfills almost every wish in over Iujjf conung rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects inability to passingitorbsdeffectsfollowiuguseofiiquorwine I or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity ojf being compelled to go often J through the day and to get up many times during the night SwssRoot is not recommended for everything hut if you have kidney liver justhepughly tested in private practice and has proved so successful that a special or allieadenrtttdy tried it maY have a sample bottle tellingmorehowtodcijatifyottny ocbladder tro whenwritiagmensiiig j= I tandNY He regulariiftycent- a bwauJpac4 ad onedollar size bottles are sold by aU druggists Dont make any mistake but remember the iHune ftwaiitBRoot Dr Sw Rrtht ad cJ= i INDIGESTIONf ENDS Jlst1f mYeEDikrtd St iai Gtes j FivcMliiwtes I oucao eat anything your stomjacb craves without rear ota casejof Indigestion orDypp 1iaI or11jJrocbasionally take 4 Htv o Diapep stri after eating Your meals will taste good and anytbing you eat will be digest ed nothing can ferment ort n- iiinto acid or poison or s omach gas whchcausea Belchmy Dizziness a feeling of fullness afer eating Nausea Indigelstioib like a Innipfof lead in stomacn Biliousness HeCrtbufnl Water brash Pain in s otnach and in testiues or other symptomsi i Headaches from the stomach are absolutely U known where this effective remedy is usEd Diapepilin really dee all the work ffa healthy stomach It digests your meals when vour stomach cant Each triaugule will digest nfl the food you can eat and leave nothing to ferment orsourbGet a large 50cent case of iape Diapepsin from your druggist and start taking today and by tomorrow you wilL acui ally brag about your healthy strong Stomach for youtthen can eat airy thing and everything iou want without the slightest discomfort or rranc1 every particle of impurity and Gas that iisin your stomach and intestines sJ oing t The carriedaway witl put the use of laxatives or auy other assistance Whippi g Post in Paducah Tho rod peas deemed better and more economical punishment for three young negroes by County Jud eRT Lfghtfoot than a term in the Reform School Res idents of the vicinity of the jail can testify that the rod was tp pied in proper fashion for the yells of George Diggs Helia Curd and Marshall Polk wer vigorous Theysire about tifteenyears oid and have been robbing pigeon roosts and using flobert rifles Judge Lightfoot gave the parents the privilege thrashing the boys or ofI tiIeznsent to the Reform themjawere literally wOtn out over the backs Of the boys who pleaded that thEY would be good When the patfents were exhausted from using the rod JudgV Lightf bt gave tiebovs a talk analetthml go Paducah lSun SrSftkO Reward fOO rhereattcrs ot this paper viII iJeI please j to learn that there is at le sL one dreaded disease tht science has been able to cure and that is Catarrh poiItive euro now known to the medicai fraternity Catarrli being a conslitu tlonal disease requires a constitution al treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is ft ksn internally Acting directly bn j the blood and nJucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the fonts dation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith iin its curative rowerS that they offer 8100 for any case it fans Jo cur Send for list of teti monies Address F J OHENE1 COtToledo OV Sold by all druggists 75c Tike Halls Family Pilh for cqnsti patton Born on Same Day Dr James G Speer of Alton Anderson county was born on the same day asPresident Abra ham lliincbhjj audisi still alive I and dive He was born in 8iKen ucky on F bruarc 12 1809 nofar from tbe place where the martyred president was born Their lies led along the same Hnfj later on iint life When the president was living in Spring field ILL Dr Speer also lived there aud hadan office in the same bnildine Unlike rhs preaf dant however Dr 3peer was always an uncompromfsin Democrat He has voted tt e Democratic ticket eveiifr since ajid last fall walked at least half a mile to his polfipg place to Vote for Brvan It is Dr Speers intention to participate in the Lincoln celo brat bn at Hudgeriviile ffn Lkb ruary 12 it the weather is good Harrodsbuig Democrat Eczema is Curable t ZEMO a scientific preparation for external UM Stops itching Instantly sad dMtroyi the germs that cause skin diM esEca quickly yields and is permanently cured by this remarkable medicine AllJ fiugist8 Write for flam pk E W ReMlMedCo St Louis M- oHaydon Robertson l l9 Throat Troubles Weaken the System broLiht1onJttl throat froubeinvariabyiyeaJc- en the S3stem and shonld qot be al lowed to go unchecked A gargle made with twelve drop aIoads Liniment in half a glass o water will break ujxa soretbroat Sloans Liniment is an excellent remedy for tohsihtis croup anti bronchitis Applied freelyasthmaI outside of the throVt and ches it draws out the inflamattpn reducesthe swelling and relieve any screness Twelve drops of this Llnjmeht in hal a gl s3of wattr makes a plen id anti septic g r leJMr Albert W Price ol Fredoni Kans wdlesWe have usrd iSloans Liniment in the tfamily for Vabout a year and flndit an excellent relief for colds and hay fer attacks1w drops of the Liniment in teaspopnful of water willjgtopl coughing and sileez inginstantly1 Mr r4r Hurst of Coatesville lot K RNo 1 wries4 I find your Liui meat the best reniedyI have1 ver tried for sore throat either for horse or man I once cuired a case of Sore throat on myself the end day and al most the first night which had con tinued for over three weeks under constant treatment ot three physicians I was traveling and it was getting worse KEEN IMAGINATION r The Way One of His Lect6rcst Affected Louis Agassiz j Children are tthronly holders lot the precious key of the imaglnatlpn The fnest mjnd often keep the fiowpr of make believe much to their own and the worlds benefit That Each a possession coupled with ardent enthu siasm makes demaiids on the narves and strength Its shown In the fojlowlnp anecdote related by the late Moncuro Daniel Conway In his autobiography He was 4t one time a pupil of that fa inous man oi science Loui3 Agnsslz One iiartiular lecture AfiasslK do1 voted to lsplaylng somefVSslteof sun tpcoHect1ollleral review of the cihilnof reptllinr life A3 he proceeded darting off to tti blncUjbcard to IIFiistrate comparing t estiilt with the contemporary fat tt1Irape en with ex Irt 3ieit until n t last he said Gentlemen J ask you to forrlv me tt ttcday eml he eyre jitJlHa point j although thp cr fs tot our assure you I have Lf adesrrlbing these ex ItIi j on n sort Is They have been crawling lILb cluing about me J haye beard v ctllhb j rind hissing until IadnaIj pxhanitod iregretI itj gdiiticmen Lilt trusttyOU will ex c SOniI Our ndmlr lon for the grand teach er was sucbiqs to mtiba us break through nil rules and we gave hIm n heart4Clwtr He bowed low to us and ijnlcUJy disojipeared EYE EXERCISE Ono Method by Which Poo Vision May 8a Improved 1Hne yortn high rof was the ap hrlcnaut1lltI pur by the didtlngulalird nustto the woman whO hud ronip ilrfd of havIng laid eyes Higher Minn the roofs of tile 5tirrQUiidUig houses rOh Scssald the woman a good IIl said he lst go up tirerJrY day and look archud for halt nn hour Thnt will lo you more seed tlifln gissss- Oat trouble vltli 4our eyes nUt with lanny twlrsof cris in New York li that you exorcise tbtmso JUtlc nt long nngc Thy Jire osid 19 loosing it short tditticp3 riv Lcnjf dittaacc Ill klr j5 Is good for cyeS rtrponsAvJib liabNiwMy have n wide cxpcnsc of Sis or italn ttb gaze upon Ajerj noldoa have woafe eyes Of roune yoi cant not iubv Vttta the plaIns neither can you spkml n ute tilt ONfl ivj ve4utotnl can let yiur fiifbt tr va- iiLerijtIniludou rller i seiy thy nail iidtlse1you tdo lteiv York Press r f rjn tjxs l rt J Ii i 0 tjet ttt tIt 1V r rn n use wmq Eagle the trteailowr wall Uejsyorl pane1taYouths Com- paniomRhMrnatic Painsfr is suffY a great ferer fropi rheumatism and Dn Miles Antirpain Pills is thetnly remedy that rejlicyes hcrt MRS G DAVENPORT Roycefield N J The p ins 4of rheumatism are alnibst invariably relieved witjr Dr Miles AntiPain Pills They also overcoipe that nervous irritation vhich prevents sleep be cause iey soothe the nerves To chronic suffers they are invalid bkWlien taken as directed they Irefieve the distress and save flte weakening influence of pain which so frequently prostrates Many sufferers use tliem whenever occasion requires with the greatest satisfaction wjy not you They do not derange thestomachnor create a habit WIiynottry them 9ta pack age from your druggist Take it according to directions and if it does not Benefit he will return your moncy jjjjjj = At- the Waistt Pains of female pains pains may the r 1fE Annie from three Gardul sa4el ChaWIoplM = e J vv 111ff ui OlDf t 11 tt We want a letter from every man tic and in America jiafllicted with Rheumatism or Neuralgia giving their name and address so we can send each one Trial Treatment of our Rheumatic We wapt to convince every rheumatic i ally tures RheumatIsm YOlcannot Coax Rheumatism gut5 through the feet or skin with or cjinning metal contrivan ces You cannot tease it out with liniments electricity or magne tism You cannot iiqagine it out with science You Must Drive It Out It is in the blood and you must go after it and get it This is just what Rheumatic Remedy does and that is why it cures Rheumatism Rheumatism is Uric xAcid ana Uric Acid and HaSan Rheumatic canot live together In the same blood THE RHEUMATISM HAS Go ANDIT GQ Our treatment the sharp shooting pains the dull the hot throbbing swollen 1im stitched useless joints YND CURE THEM QUICKLY If Full Trial i We4want you to try HaSan Rheumatic Remedy to learn for that Rheumatism can be cured and we want no on trial A fair tist is all we ask Jf you find Jtls curing your Rheumitism or Niuralgia order more to comp1 tea curean thus Jive Ui aJrotlt If it does not help you that ends it WI lo not stlma small sample containing a few tablets and of no practical value Jut a full two weeks tr atrient MUST SEND US to pay postage mailing and and this fun two weekstraltt silent will lie promptly sent you free everyihincf iprepaid Thpre l J get a two weeks treatment free Pnly one free treatment to family and only to those send the 2Sc fox charges For sale by flrstcJass druggists I HOME CO 338 Eriei St tN IIIT YOURSELF Says Many Persons Here Can Made by Using It A 1 1 There is so much rheumatism heren ou neghborhood now that the advice will be highly ajpr cia1ed by tfrose suffer w I get from any good r one FJuid Extract Dandelion one ounce Kargoq three ounces compound Syrup Sarsaparilla Shake these welt hv a bottle and take in tea soonful meali i of good water It is claimed thatthere are few victims of this dre d and tortur ous disease who will fail to Und ready relief ia this simple homemade atid duo ost cases a permanent cure isthe result This simple recipe is said to and cleanse Vh elirai liative tissues of the so that they can filter and strain from the blood ana system the poisons acids and waste matter which c use not Rheuma tism but numerous othsr diseas es or woman here who feels that thstr kidnojs are not hetlthy ard active or who II make u his mixture as it is certain tol do mucli good and maysa e you from uuicjh misery and suffer ng after whiie Our home druggists say they will either supply tha ingred cots or mix the ready to take if our readers ask them rv I A GOOD LiAR He Came Believe His Own Yarn W3 TrUe Thualj party of o von Ing town gossips linri gathered Jn front of the nb toiBci when titAStus a good hearted old durky fiflld Folltos I monwho i Heard df them people havent you V Llaten Ono tldt lax was nassln by reatrunt anti she was very hungry ue went tntg get sftfiiethlu to eat But whoa bV got Inside saw that every jjeat wns oecUpled Ihcn be thought a minute anil suddenly satd Just so loud so that overy one couldJ hear blnr you beardHave Of cour oVery pne said What Why samJ bet UbtTPsa vbalc down In tut docjc that they just cap lured lasfiln hiS tall around tint upjt Bettin the tug tSnml stefftnors Hes goin to be there ten mtnticesSor course avury ontijujiped up nod run down to see the ybaie That was just what he wanted So sitfln down be ordered hIs dinrner and begun toi l eat Sutldefllybe lop ol1 out the window fJ nilthern was t9 the90r nod auand kspoJc cn cCl1ln mei1 ffaAnd he rnJldtwvn there himself Judge x 1j V5pncttyoUd r Neliflsa fcclt bPi nelleJ thought so nFronliI onvema tloii BelleNo was too busy listen Ing to his clothes to Lear what he had to say Exchange 11 r I I T TTI at the waist back front or side ate ner1r sure prOOf trou Some other signs are pressing down irregular functions testkiflSS cold limbs etc These beallay dfieand womanly reguIatedbythe us of of Cardui T i Mrs of Stets nville the after 3 Jie iiejiandI t rorisa1eata11drugglsts 1n1botttes t US A I LKplj fMajdocCo cattaa Tna- b 5LIGRADE RCMlsclll OFTIIEsOuT6f ATA1flWSLSSONS1NBOOXKEEP1NBYMAILGRADUATES 1WRlTE rioIADDREss BOWLING GREEN UNlVERSITYsowmoa 4RI1LR HaSan Rbum Remedy woman Lumbago us a Remedy ithousanplasters mental UaSan Remedy To DOBS cures achingususcies tand cramped Twp Wteks Treatrnont iCJ profit Yon 25c packing a who ortREMEDY JoledoOf MAKE tyappyAgain following whoI aItunce Compound LIand mixture n strengthen Kidneys only Everyman roubleIwhat prescription Finally to BetutfIr j only eycrybwlyvunnrn headache nervousness functions systubrj WmeHamilton Wiswr1tes WRITE tTTIflBookscWos BUSINESS yturheart Cleanliness nil1crClennlluQss should be the watch wordpirevery dairy farm for It may weir bo reg rUcl hi the light of a presenceeesjilly as land buildings or iwrsonaJ honor for itis not onla nsnskdtaOIe stock lit trade but It passport to the good 1aItroni reaching In Its beneficial influence on markots oattle and elevation of the chariietei of the main Jjlmself and tim ocfupatlflnin jvJiirh we oliould all take an honest pjlde and pleasure Inj stamping with the 1rnpros oif our vfthtMt dcftiro to inake it the most tthcluyetl and IVI red in the- hworldMm Ad ittP Howie Jn Amer Ifclcan Cultivator i Indoor Work For Winter i tt1ng glas Is good work for stormy hnvfit pprrunlty when the weather1 does not pornilt outdoor work i Most bards Inortheta for light antitlr Several small windows are brtcr than one large oncM as they cart be arranged toOO r In summer thus makjng tbd cooler and Aiorc airy In well as lighter In winter ttitan ila to use 1belt of an old lioso window sash setting itin a frame llitft It can ue moved backhand fiyth In summer slide It back jind cover with netting and a curtain ifor fly time A New SulphUr Vash depnrlIjuent of agrlcultnre has made an Important discovery that the self boiled lime sulphur wa h Is not Injurious to peach foliage when properly made and will not produce russetlng nnd other Injurious effects on apples Further more It has been found to be aboil as effective as a fungicide as tie stand IInrd bordeaux mixture Extensive ex Inure been ctirrled on during tllQ year by the depariment on isearly all of the common fruit diseases rhieh jar6 preventable by spraying and jtlms been domgiiBtrated that the above nils tare is n very usetul one Amerlqau Cultivator j Fstrm Notes Abundant bedding cir all the StOCkS is both humane and economical Do not throw awaytliQ wood ashes They make a good fertilizer forol4 chard lawn or licavdun This is the con when manure has a tendency to pfto up against the slfle of the barn Dput all wlt You should l c conxfottable when working In the bent but you will not be If tIne barn Is Oat comforlEablo aprcnwrsjIsnougbfvnn1rK1mballaDIrYzner 4 f LEFTOfHERDOORStEP FOR THIS MOTHER CalwrItesstep one day a little ook In which I tedMylittleagehadbeenloss bf appetite extreme nervousness jujd rundowncomprehensivelymethod qt extracting use medlclnalelc mtnts of the cods liver from the oil eliminating the ounoxfpus oil which Is so hard lot children td take9 Just thothlng said r for my little torfIjiflesbtalcecold half easily grntetultortllegioodlt motherji who have Weak Delicate or ailing children will hjs bencfltedJjy my experience and Juafc give Vino a trial RED CROSS DMG STORE = TT = i 1 t 5 k FDFF ToOur- Subscribers 0 1r 11r t t For a limited time we will fire atoi rt Jy fraio- lS 1 charge each new or renewing ubcriber a yciw s I subscription to ji t I Solltherll Agndllhtllrstr ttJtIJtI rr ii NAHVILLETENN- v i x For forty years this paper has be the jwdkof thousands of Southern farifleri If y i ar Bot J a subscriber to the NewsLeader or if yoqr sdbr dugx J- HIJRRVy UP ft TheiI NewsrLeader tW 51SprIngfild j Ky i 1 J t 4 t p 3l rt r Eat What jF t nmdFf fi f M You need a sufficient amount of good wholesom foqd and more thai this you need to fully digest Ii nqrcanit Is weak You must eat in order talivoand maintain strength f jYou must not diet because the body requires that yoit eat a anile fent amount of foodTegularly But this food must to digested and it must bejdigested thoroughly Whnthe stomach cant do it- you must take something that will- irhewhat you want and let Kodol Jdi gestthefondoth1ng I can do this When tIle stomach is weak it needs help you must help it by giTmgit rest and Kddol will do that rrI v4If I Our Gutrantee rt1 i I Cot yout4iugM i+ purchase a dollar bott 7S v ican honestly Cay tfeat yon s r receive any ban tU item It itft r using thoeentlr8 IM U 4n gist d without qiiSstApn oc lss olWo will pay tlx it i btto prtiIIa ot tliabottl p KbMed Ttf p mi 1 This otter tMiMf fl 1 bottle onljTUKUto but cs te tfatnilyiI We oouli MtafiMtfjb t art offiwr 7v vnlMKwf jiSi4 IjIiJr Jii what Kodo 11lUa f J W PY twouIdbenk Thedolarbotth Jrl 1 u muclM tbf Iftjp s Xedol1sniIett 1w1 f of IL 0 B WiUi f jSSf SOLD BY REDuCBOSS DRUG ferial je I IF 4 ri You WittNeed Sr OnjSttWl IWMrl dYti L assteq lie aaktcoQkifliSb 1- detktftstotryN wPocSWic mjrJmeo Scookstrs Kanrdow bow lUt L toieda twi 4tt kitc 1iow Iit Sc1ooaI cOlidioocfire was bnrning The quick cdoctatntod heat of the Ic itt1lt Flame Oil Qio Store goes directly to boil the kettle or bike the bread t 4 opat iis diffused about the room to OYrlKtti fit ITnu vacaff Ifc U New Perfection H iis real kitchea oWbtoxat fatbit feires arid fully warrtnted It not withSj A dealer write our nearett agecy t be ikrbLant4 j j j iiror tb parlor treeeovgh M tho kksn Iocottage bright eooh for rotwItit er iieI writs out a IT 4 4 r Not Coii Today Yetou may OUIIt BdAetM prepared for It when It come Afc your doctor abotrt keepIng AyersSCherry Pectoral rttfe hocpfc Then wbeDtbe hard cold m cough tot appevs you thave a sloctors medicine at- htncL Your doctors tpwd of It f use will c Umly set all dQwtJitrett Dfe wtejsays He knows No alcohol inthis coudiiiicdia e JCAsCoLaweIL- MossIL a = L Robust health 15IfOtguaJ ajainst ttacka of throat and lung tvhte rt constipation Wilt destroy thcbcst hea1tb Ask our doctor about Ayors 11a