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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 I bI i r f I s ttJ w- EfcES YOL XVI NO d WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FEBRUARY 18 4 a = J ff Yl TRUSTYM t f 3Tia f lcIDENTISTI J I IkrIaYt 1 k Barber t rtIi pijotkatreanab1epriCJr 1 I f t JUkgiisrinted irl fISriINGFIELD KY rf 1t4 QUI DIRECTORY ti c county seat ofr i t IPltnfGrilJIfD TaaliiMtttot County 52 miles Oath MtIll xrtxi ftoB S9i1ii1es from Jtard town branch ol tI LfOHiUrUUo Ibf LoiiieyMt 1H Kshville lailroad in sf 7 i iarmW aM cric ttttral district- S Taakk 4tljefraiik aad telephone iJJ UPCQ 1 1sbtmbe 514Uft ioopopuiationOf j 7MV Y zpastiitztivelIi tr1Sooe congreSs HODIt t B Jod5tOflpXY iC2 rIatative in KebltlCkT LeKB r ikoii W C McCtord t in State SeateHonJIi H fc catative j IG A Jarriiv Cambellsylle KT f i imty DiCtOy I 3 i 1 f CIRCUIT COURT k CKt0 begins on the fourth Octo J wd in Jehraary Kayfind 1i bdc i ixTkra1 Jdge eomol1weattk At L I Ditrka ca y otA Noe Clerk JilL Master Co HG LcackaB 0 t QUARTERV OUOURT OarttedTCbtUUs1leld on tie ttiiro tfoaiay la tack month i JSr LitKY Jadge r QUNTY OTJRT tJ ty tio irt meets on the onrtl thffjWr Booker County Clerk TrSTiCayesCoutitjAttorney Geecf Catkitt Jailer SkiM 6tboirne Sheriff 5Aaderoa DicKIihamll Deptl t 4 J JF Moore Oountyi S1tveyoJ i jr rOBry Assessor WrTiRkeI Depaty t+ ilto ertpe Treasurer JXKHt ett coDer tmoJt Irr 31W S 8 Lpt of o IMNPI pO1Sir1nfle1d fI 8rD lCITY COURToaei R Noe Police Judge 1 1 jeka Gra iMarshal t fri riS Griffsby City ttorneyt Y rrjft JUSTICE COUtfT SfttlceCourts sire held in Jan5ry il3 April and Qotobori v t 1 J i V tCitiurcli Directory r METHODIST CHURCH eVeG SKing Pastors p5cr TiceomtheTirstau4 ThirchSflndav 1 im each month at il a m and 730 pin Samday School every Sunday tt1 amt Prayer iiteiflg every Wednesday I ta1gkt 4 iiii i CATHOLIC CHILJRCB v Rev PT Hennessav Pastor Set P I ices iTcry Sunda at 8 and 10 oclocl a st Services at St oeanchourlt yv rI PRESBYTERIAN OHURCB Rev B E Cl Lawsornf Pastoi lia eBinc very Sunday at 11 an t tit7 pni Sunday schOOl ever Aamdar at 10 snu Pia3cr nt 61 Thursdsv evenlrg Lt709IC r rry 9t BAPTIST CHURCH JteJ Wm Harrison Williams ato PreachiiigeVerYSIfldY at 1 at a145P1B Snday School e ve- t1laYJ t a3Oia Jraict neotit T v erY TUHfi6v uItIg at74E cO b = CHRISTIAN cHuncnc 1f ittt vY F Rogers Pa torJ Ser 5f vices fiTJtt an4ourth Sunday Siuuda 5iJ icLcc1OGiu 11tt Fratcrn1 Order j J 3iticxic ODG Sprlugfleid lodj Of 50 meets first and third Moada fsachiaontb WaakutsrtQmRrAChapter No eets every second Tuedav gfHrHcfield CoUtct1tld52 ieetsoi ier 1 irJiionda y I bq1JIofTC MACA KBS Meeti l 1a A1 i M JI ii each me l jc I IrJ FOLEYSD L s Lt c HUNEYuTAR- ri h i J TkorirnaII f TJ L111IIYE Mug remedIJt tc II Jj z 1 1r IN lunyMowII1 Sod everywherer 1l t J i aUl4r i ii CEY said TAR Is Ir t i rtps4age kcfusesubstitits Prprdonlyby Oiirw 7 r 7 T Ct r f 51 tfJj NEIWSi =LEADETh 7 uUI yhIfMJJIJI R 1 z-re f I l i i Ii rc 7SPRINIFIELD I9O9a INOTESANcDf t COMMENTS J uu u u The Inlcstand Bottle 4r Ware making smokeless powder And big bombs to throw a mile That Wilt blow the ipe to chowder In the true dynamic style W eve a whirling gun you start itt1 And tnc myriad bullets fly And a hundred men a minute Roll their stony eyes and die Let usjp this wilddeaths rv l M Brtin Lutherso tis said Threw his inkstand at the devil And the black fiend turned and fled mite your worldwrong dont combat tI JSii J1m l the world upon the bring stands Of some crisis steep and dread Like brave soldiers seize your inkstands Hurl them at the devils Read For the man whos born a fight r t For the man thats learned to think There is dynamite aud nitre In abottle of black ink Thppgh it makes no weeping nations And ifleaves nogaping s arsI IJPlaceU tions tIt a starsIWFoss JOKE The Harrods GREAT IJTerald aaysICThe a greatest joke of the twentieth i century is that a lot of notable including President Roosevelt are today celebrating the one bundrfidth anniversary of Lin coins birth by layipg the cprner stone of a memorial to the great emancipator andmartyfed presi dent at what they believed to be the spot where he was born in Lar e county when in fact all toe substantial proof goes 1to show that he was born in Wash ington county and was taken by his parents to Larue county when quite a lad We believe that a commission of Louisville business men after a thorough investigation of the records a few years ago gave it as heirtt pinion that Washington county i was the birth place of Lincoln i beyond a doubt It is right to i build a memorial to Lincoln but generations yet unborn sTould not in this way be misled as to the true spot of his nativity t l NACCURACiESr It ill aston JLjishing to note the stupid blunders and inaccuracies in the Lincoln history so called which has appeared in the va rious newspapers during thB past few weeks preceding the celebration over at Hodgenville Some of the writers fire away And write very glibjy of LinI coins birth place and of the marriage of his father and mother when the fads show that they are distressingly ignorant pf the real facts in the case AD Amusing incident occurrid iin a publication in the Times last week There appeared a large cut of theC Lincoln cabin Jhe picture was supposed to be that of the Lame county home but it jas a reproduction of the cabin near Bee hland in which Thomas Lincoln and Nancy danks were married and in which so the proof goes the great emancipator was born In bis case the truth though in advei tentlyr came to light r t t 1j T AISED THE VALUEThE r e Board of ftax Supervisors or Washingtonlcounty are cer aiply alive to the value ofWasi iogton couDtyproperty more so even than the owners if ones to judge by the raisers made in the vauation bythe board The tjtal increase in the valuation as fixed by the up ryifiprsis168 4000f wbh8OO was oa farming ladlOOOO on llots 6420 nOficash tc and 428 on personality The assessed countylIincrease iin the vijgjjidwt of farm lands is undoubtedly due to the production of tobacco and the high prices which have obtained for the weed tllip rear There Iare farms it this county whicu can be bought forix50 an acre and which are assessed for a great deal less tht ire pro duced as high as 300 pqr acre 1ia tobacco at that rate a tobacco farm should receiveahighlut tioL Indeed a AHBiber of good mwyww tobacco growers whoere for merly renters have recenly b u3htfarms of good size arid i have succeeded hi paving fox them with the proceeds of their ttopswo sTThe Secret of longlifeII jcA French c1ebsthas discovered dne secret of llong life His method deals with tIe blood 3ut long ago millions ofi Americans had proved Electric Bitters prolongs lie and ak s it worth living It purifies of and vitalizes the blood re uilds wasted nerve cells inpartsRand tone to the entire Its a gddsend to weak sick and de bilitated people Kidney troublep had blighted1 my life for months writes VM Sherman of Cshiugn Meibut Electric litters cured me entirely Only Soc at Haydon Robertson 1rWashington Gount Man p Last Monday after nopn two- enwhose names we were onti blel to learn but both as full stIJ gojt drove out the Mackyiile piko Near the bridge one ol the men fellout of the buggy in which bney were riding cutting deep gash in his head A res dent of the neighborhood hagvpeniqg along and seeing JtbeirV trouble dressed and bandaged the mans wounds and assistedt him into his buggy and the g fellows returned the civility with which this god Samaritan Vend ered them by giving lash to tt their hor e and driving away fir 7 ing their pistols at every jump Officers pursued hem as far as i Salt ifiver bridge and met a citizen coming towards town who iit told them that if the men wereb still going as ftst as when lies met tLem they wire by thu time crpssjng the Misaissippi nd the officers returned empty oft handed As no body w sabieC to learn the names of tha men iris believed they were Wash ington county men who had been down into Anderso countyc to some distillery alter whittt pup and were getting away with their supply before getting home Harrodsburg HeraldPJ Most cough cpres are constioatltig because they contain bpiates and you should be careful to take something that does not tend to constipate Youshould take Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup ft not only allays infla mation aria irtitatonof throat and ungs but It drives out the cold fromlt the sy tem by a free yetgentle action i of the bowels Children Jiketbepleas ant taste that is nearly like maple su drogItoreSlept With Mouth Open IMD George W Gla ebrqoks of the Penick neighborhood re s9arai fowls on his place were roosting l in a tree His son Roy one morning found them ly ing on the ground under1 the roosting i pJacea coat of ice having formed incasing completely their heads TOQ three hat still showed signs of life were taken ito the house and the jce thawed and from the open mouih of each was taken a plug of ice about an inch longund as large around as a lead pencil arhe three guineas Are still living and sofar as can be notice are rio worse off tor the freezing iLebanon Falcon tThUis just the time ofthe year when yon are most likely iohavV kidney or bladder trouble with rheu matism and rheumatic pains cansed by weak kidneys Del ys arc danger oas Get DeWitts Kid ney and Bladder Pills and be sure you get what yoU ask for They are the best pills made for backache weak back uri nary disorders etc They are anti septic and act promptly We sPJ and recommend them at the Red Cross drufj store A Good Roads Object Lesson l H One ffectof the Hodgenrille pilgrimage should be to make an army of converts otQe good roadamovement Any man who who bumped oyerhe alleged highway tB tbe Lincolti Farm and remains obdurate to appea for his support in the cause of road Improvement is a hopeless cas a Otc urse the future will see a real change wrought iu the con tlthetl vard on which future itjeo n pilgrims will make their journey Ito the patriots shrine w thout the tpoable and inconvenience ibit attended ihe ceremonies of Friday But the present seJ quence of ruts and inudi bes is typical of many a road through out the State that will have ii 0 incentive for improvement s that which operates in favor cf the Lincoln highway For these reads the impulse to betterment must come from tha spine of fivihzati n and p ogress which recognizes the importance facilitating between various sections of the Commonwealth oads are among theeiliesr symbols of social Advance The at to the spring in itfie pioneer settlement is contfriued to the t eighboring cabin later iin bercomes a wagon track1as thE- learing proceedsi So it grows i fhtjcftenalways improving as the possit bilities intercourse grow ands he demands of trade oecome ore exigent To judge t however from thet primiive condition of sqme rp lsbthat remain in Kentucky soialii progress has beer slow and fdBute are reaching the conclusion that along with better schools and other necessary things must o better Toads and the experd ence of Hodgenville ought tolgive some impetus t9 eIIove1 directionrLouisifleI Itis Kodol forDvspepaiaand rn lge tion a combination of the natural dlyes- tve juices with necessary acids and i actuAlIy digests he food you eat i maYjbei tomac so that by taking a little Kodol every now apdtlen yoitnuot possibly have indigestion orany form j totnach trouble Sdld by tbeReclt ross drug store More Birthplaces The people of Washington rave let their opportuni ty pass and the place n arflod genyilie willl be known as his hirtiipliice The martyrejd sidet is well supplied withl birth purees Years ago l he aid Rapier farm four miles south of here wa s considered it During the wQrsof prevalent was the belief thJt the U S soldiers carried awaVall of the bui Id ingvthey could as spuvan ers It was orthis building Lincoln saidlittle only borne hr Kentuckyl ever knew was on Knob Creek Tie rock chjm fey and fjtmdation aie used for the same purpose today New Haven Echo There js not any salve any better than DeVittS Carbollzpd Witch Ha tel Sajve We hereby warn the public that we are not feepofisible for any injurious effects caused from worth lessor poisonous imitations of our DeWitts CarboUzed Witch HazelI Salyc the original It is good fi anything when asalve iis needed but it is especially good fot piles Sold by the Red Cross druj store BURLEY GROWERS IIN BATH COUNTY The Burley Tobacco Society nBith county Ky is prepar rg to begin an active campaign to secure pledges from larmers to pool tliir 1909 crop of to bacco AJarger crop will be raised in that section this yea than ever before Every available spot will be used to grow the we d1Much =plowingl has been done and some in virgin soil which iis expected to raise a very fine crop Tobarjco land Is in great demand A great many new barns ha been ercCled that section and lIyot itIs feared that there Wi notbe barn room for such a large tobacco acreage Some plant beds ar being prepared and the seed will be sown asjsoon asihe weather J is suitable Farmers Home Journal oleys Oriuo Laxative cures constl t patton azd liver trouble and makes the bdwel heal by and regular prl tip is superior to pills and tablets ajs I does net gripe or nauseate Why arebyRayIsn 09 milnll MId IS mL i1HMeL a 1 FORA GRADED SCHOOL J The mtv council held a sptcia meeting Tuesday evenmg for the purpose of further considering the Graded School question continued from the last regular meeting of the council and itionVd in thq last issue oT menI ENTERPRISE AlI members of the cauncil eJrceptinig Mr A Kelly were present The committee composed of I Councilman George A Burks and Mr Lee A Scearce delegated to go bfifore the Coun ty Boar laf EJducatibn for the purpose of asking that body to commit itself toa larger sum than onefourth for ths erection repoiteqtthattion remainedfirm ir its decision and 3vouHnot yield from the erms as submitted at the regu r meeting The court GUards proposition is that the county Will join ihe city of Lebanon in building a Graded School building within Ihe city limits of Lebanrnand hare one fourth the costs of thef building and site and topaf one fourth the operating expenses of theschcoJprovided the county e given an equal representation in e7ery particularINoote was taKen but it is thought the council atith next special meeting will accept the county boards proposition On motion of councilman Ed monds a resolution was passed directingan ordinance be drafted t y the city attorney covering the question in full and that the city cuncil meet in special session his Fr day evening Februay 12 1809 for final action f The question o selling the site atid present publiq school building i New Lebanon and devot ing the proceeds to the purchase of a larger and mere suitable site was tiscussed b different ones afthis meeting but tfeecouncil took no part in this pb se of the l situation Lebanon Enterprise Washington Once Gave Up to three doctors was kept ip bed for five we ksB1oodpoisonfrom aj spiders bite caused large deep sores his leg The doctors failed thenI Bucklens Arnica Salve completely cured men writes John Washington of Bosqueville Tex For eczemaI boils burns and piles its supreme 2oc at Haydon Robertsons wTiy He Didnt nits It was married mens night at tu revival meotltfg Let all you hus bands who have troubles on your minds stand up shouted the emotion al preacherat the height of his spasm Instantly eveytman In the church rose to his feet except one Aba exclaimed the preacher peer Ing out qt this lone sitter who pccui pled a chair near the door dnd apart from the others You are the one In at million IIt aint that piped back this one helplessly as the rest of tbe congregation turned to gaze suspiciously at lmJ cant get up Im paralyzed Allb tgbthcrellre large forests In Brazil trees suitable for lumbering orb seldom located close enough together for profitable work For this and other lnipprtlltlonrof North Amurlcan lumber even face ofthe duty of 27 per lQOO feet Is almost unavoidable Indefinitely in the future Miss Marl Ruef Hofer is taking up the work of trying to revive tbe folk dances In this country among the chit dren of the European Immigrants This is in part tf correct the notion so COrn mon anioujvtho children of the recently landed that all the old world notIons and customs are to be cast aside and dftsplsfed In order that pen of the F6rtysec blothe commander of the regiment Colo ncl Dufour has made arrangements with twelve of the lending restaurants ot Bclfort for a number of his soldiers to attend the kitchens every day to re c lve Instructions Robert Bacon assistant secretary of Btate GQuernl Henry C Corbln U S A retired CharleS A Clover presl dent of the Illggs National bank and other prominent men of Washington are behind a movement that has for rr rrebe kuowii as the National Auditorium Wes nl Ireland was recently ex 11cited over ft particularly clear mirage seen near Ballyconnelly a town on the wild Connenhra coast The spqc tacks of a beautifully sltukted small towU with buildings ot different sizes nnd varying styleS of architecture was seen rising out or the sea ap patently about six or seven miles west ward HundredsgathCred to witness tbe sight whlcv as visible from 3 untirD pm when It gradually van Ished titco1ds tnta may Vevflloy into pneuaionla orpr ire cured b FoleyS LYIb ilHoney exJIpels e system Ilalc by Haydon ft KpberUon I a REPORT OF THE CONDITION OP TJEJ FIRST NATIONAL BANK OP SPRINGFIELD xentuckybusinessFebruary 1No 1767 RESOURCES Loans arid Discounts 257825 23 Overdrafts secured and un A3s5000000Bankingand fixtures 4000X Due from National banks 1689Daevate banks and bankers Trust Companies andiiiSaving banks 352773 Due from approved reserv t5tS6697CashNotes of other National 121500Fractionalnickles and cents 6317 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BI VIZ Specie i 8 932825 Legalrtmder notes 9510001883825 Redemption funAwith US Treasurer 6 per cent of clrculationl 250000 Total 41113417 Capital stock paid in 5600000 Surplus fund 3300000 Undivided profits lessex1 pepses and taxes paid 468045 National Bank not a out SoVQOOOODue 28Dne5454621lndlvto check 23209146 Time certificates deposit 3437334 f Total 4li13417S- TATE or KEJJT IJCKT COOXTT or IKOTON ss I A C McElroj Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the my1mA Cf McElroy Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this llth day of February 1909 CHAS M McCHORD Notary Public CQREEcTAttest B I H LLITSEYt t Directors iFAeTSJN FEW LINES The old convent ot to Merced atIart gena Colombia is being restored and converted into d theater The Calcutta constable or parawal bas he Is called has an apparatus attached to his shoulders to support an umbrella ovexhls head To prevent the theft of electric light bulbs a socket Is now made whic locks with a key so that removal 1 Impossible without the key Acetylene exploded by an electrl spark Is being used for blasting iu Qermany It does not scatter the shattered rock as much as dynamite The cinematograph can be used for Cordlnlevery step In surgical opera tlonsaniltor showing the whole process to a large class of students By a European process flour Is com pressed Into blocks for preservatipq rhe treatment kills nil form of larval life and prevents ravages of Insects There were recently exhibited In North Hampton N H bills and re ceipts with the date 1687 and bearing the signature of Sir Edmund Andros Wheat flour Is growing In favor In Manchuria In place of the millet and other cereal foods which In former times constituted their principal Item of food Veterans of the Mexican war bavi not the homesteadlng privileges grant ed the veterans of other wars and o course their children have not thesi privileges A naturalist In Bogota Is said to have discovered In the forests of Cr lombla a new textile plant the fiber of Which Is particularly suited for the manufacture of curtains By placing small cylinders contain log compressed carbon dioxide with fuse plugs melting at 200 degrees ir coal bunkers spontaneous combustion it Is said wilt be prevented To save time in restaurants a Phila delphian has patented a spigot for tIfee and tea urns which opens a vaveI and allows the contents to run out when a cup te pressed up against it The statistics of life Insurance peG plo show that In the last twentyfive years the average length of a mans has increased 6 per cent or two lute years from 419 to 439 years bronze tablet of Major General John Sullivan cdmmander of the- AmeJlcantorce attbe battle of Rhode Island Aug 29 1778 has been placed In a niche in the itatehouse at Provi dence That railroad companies bt New York state must observe the injanctlon This Side Up tt placed on a freight package hasjjeen decided by the New York courj of appeals in a Pennsylva nia railroad case There are about 6000 New York persons who have not been In the city on ai average two Ynontai ina year in the list decade Europe the south seashore and mountains have them for the otherteu month Sw Wuinent lOo1 imf Ks Mass Is said tobe the only ose of its kind In existence It ks a ebirs- h1p Qt something Oft thaxi 30 all women employed as worked the hotels boarding fcowwi aM reIaCet- of the summer ppaltL ton of tkat re prt oleyMHQiiey and 1ar clears th aIr HagelJtopc the irritation lie throat soothes tWlmiipifa isies brana ter sotobMIae- a ftsaa SON unIaelun- aare Iskd 5s41 streajsd a1ldt colaji eel1dfrottMina R fne any fcat tkef iMipl the yel IIo Package Tor sale at Hsdoh A RobrtJofl jj ciofr IRh Roy l fc Ay ROYAL IS TBE OMLY BAKMC MiVHOI r MA e FROM ROYAL CRAPE CIt Or TAMMft a GIFTEft LUNATICS One Faculty Striwifliy Dvpd hi Many Insert P TMM One of the most peCtiliar fMtvrM f Insanity is that occasionally ooe The ulty eitlrsight hearing smell tutor touch is acate Cer taininsane persOna insensible to every other impression have a provoiipcHl Itaste for music and can repeat with accuracy ninlr which they aiAy have I1 mate of an asylum who baa a special memoritor figure dats prop names und words generally l cult problems in arithmetic alp another case a boy ot fourteen with a defective bruin who bad the greatest difficulty in learning to ac0cJ4 if allowed two or three minutes to rwi over a PiP printed hi a forelffi its guoge or treating of qiieftloM of wbtch he was Ignorant repeat th word fnwa memory a correctly wit thbOIkrh5d- been lying before him Very curious WAS tie case tuother man a devout churchgoer wh cOuld remember cue day when every person bad been burled In the pnri ti for thlrty five years and could repeat with unvarying accuracy tte mume and age of the deceased and mournerrf at the funeral And yet he was a torn plete fool and outside pf the lint o7 burials be had not one IdM and rottlI otghtian intelligent reply to a iQfIf question or even be trusted to feed himself At Earlswood asylum Eaglaudtky have records of imbeciles who CGM not only repeat accurately pe er more of any book which had been read years before even though It wpia book they did not nnderstaa IB the least but also of an Insane peraoa who could repent backward whet he had Just reads Another curious case la that of IB Imbecile who in the first place Bern failed tQgo to church and who en reaching home could repeat the ser mon word by word saying Here the minister conghed here he acefiped tri blow his uosev and BOOB In another ease an ImbecHe knew the Bible so perfectly that If you asked him where such and such a verse WM to be found he could tell witbevt HI itation and repeat ttw chapter All these instances are ten antBeati cated and others equally aaiMBg and true could be added And jastaa Is one sense which is ometiiiMMi WMH derfully acute la persons of weak 1it tellecti so in the case of btted psep4 the sense of smell or heariBic Is often verrkeen One of the most researkibia e4s s oo record was that of JaI a lIrace a 1t male deaf and blind mate wha coski distinguish brothers and sisttn by smell and who r eognednybedy SM bad met before by the MBM Philadelphia Inqubrer AfthYMM Tiok MirIn the studio of an artist OB UtM son avenue there Is a sign that WMiM seem suited for almost B7 where there is work to df Of ene It is exceptlooaily well ad pte4 te tIM needs of dreaming irtMs It reeds Wheneer task JHKteYH Dont tdlytt anil yt6 wit Nor be content anjl wMi Jt n f BeGin at one awl teH In this studio It was of cowsf fIrthv Itlcnl1r printed and frasMSv WIt view otlfap motto every e w at work nnd the man Mtetsaid it never gave Ww a asiitarest nl coult not tnek pt aa n1 tsbed job without o iBc er Variasj the jingle of the rhy cKew tdrtt flea rae aemnna clgar w MCihw today is exceeded only by that tpe keroMfte The iatMieethes e tifaf JwbK datesf back only a ftw yeww Bew sit only the tee bet tsii wsa itisejtefc Fonec14aees tail he fIrit 1 I Kc aN as HiiMit OOISYI4t iLfls it to Mi nearly the menace W twMMlb a1adOtt thatde bsaiise I sq And eikt ot 4ts W tacs dest are dirfctlr 9hadI sSd by Ibowel trobksi ikQp cures diarrhea dyneDfi ur M ack aM U Iafat aIlments ot t Ln for teethIs battleS 1Lce2S asd 30c Sold by the rqal drlto J I flAiLVIiJ 1- I1o sanckofmitti- auiscaIciRcyaIMfof f and cake iuthss coortry i Iboa k WmgitiredpeiII tfifkswcctaixIpcrfectlYwbolonie powderswIuckathe extraordinarily I1lectionotfofD1 one1frequently lMla1Istancp IIcpoelIlsntter tMJl- Jtre PowderhayebeenmmsbngIieadLiciik LEIW fJ tt T IjMr R P Tbsms isA t SYM r JLujase- snr t tl iin as s B erald of thait dti Bob u to btJ oiarWot8pHdC1i tL Ijtjwith Ketaeks leiorml yote But5 okl setd 1It iI J lo job Bob ss serid M iii 1F550151 i boM tl down MOMh tmkj Mi 7MII p 1 BIM kit fri Mh si a- ltr1Mta1ssiiWiiiIget QGtcfJlNlli IIi w JIlt bsirys haMy vIa sad busy iii a4ji bfsL A theft teqM in ths gsrys- torio Mr C M9rodi RM- irday bight s asoad 9 1ortk4 Iatk d- aM 1 rwr iwd of t by eiWig s- foeed etr It 1 fltiia aiim s- tkw stairs to mi The thM WM ri4wiijp s HwOt b7asMrt4byw4o5Lbs ol into the boo WM age vnttt M h- idIIradrf ite MCI to br a 4hoIph Ofale MfaMK b I escape Api j 01 JiiAai t Yi J f 101 Sl twMft sheep sod frs r 0 to 1880 bcp 99 10 T1 aH- abO1eon M to to 1W brud rse aiI sIdarisii4ooetti ieo II4JItaj1IOi yo- gacO to tIMpJ Abooi 650 psois jitss of trm Mtif b- PhtTtbosaps oMm motiat jwhs mtocfed UM klsisWM01tim- oat iofsLf MJT o UM large Biunbtt lioniiOMJ If kin re r 4neI b sasIiaou 4htt a vi- twarstsaa s timp thst a esparatihis 4tttk Icmtrmct Jartobborn cg M ritea UttM developed a cenSkaa a 1sT spie of all ruie UEy weight ras d to 1 ei Then f b t S v liew Da oovery vklcfc ss4e m7 keaHh ciafUtrty tasw W fck lit Mntidi Tot svep 1C1 MtIaste Coubs- HIairbMsSp aid pr yaM jt uia s IrLPIedc lflK Mttlt free Ouar Otson i4iIs tIA 1 h- itiiIth thSRqad- H Aas c- au1u s of M- IIIi1iifILeF 4 ls1iJ IM 1Jsr r I w IJOE NEWHCAftER PUdDa + aY vM1Ad 4T PLfl9JIP nKY cJ i vio JrIr LIIIt 2 TflAT FEB 11 I909j tL PK CQtJNTY JtJDQfi itJorJMdtotnt unce L tee1EtUon1fn QttL YkCti2fl- Nov ifitViCb 1 1 UNTYCLERK utpotet zta1r uie W I MIa caaiddate for the W 1i k tto theid oa of the bmo raH partt illcd toYeJ 9 0 Jsmtt1JifYeare atit1iOdzed to annouceS ffJUimnn a a ca 3idate for Sheriff itWb1ntI county subject tpthe of1 tie lDoocratic party e XR JEddleman Sam Hale if ft PoweUad13ytouCroak c vV ASSESSORTffV Ivn IVT MITCEELLas candidate lor Vaskinjrton county sub J EtM actio Of the Democratic POBryan Deputy Elec St1uit1Et9 4 = Ifg k t iti l1i AhiedL HoJdrmau spent 44wk with hr Sister Mrs SJieRuell Miils Wnniei Mayes spent onp ligtoasti week with Mrs Sid 1 Kn9s llv Wphftd some very warm and p1eaut ds last week f ilr Henry IshJim and famib rcfoinc iumoye bact to this plo in a few days HIM largwt Christerson spent CHM Brightt last week with Mrs illie RusOLandi sister r1 Miss EltaJVhitehouise of this JMlcJpent Sunday and Svnday r miiht with per hiater Mrs Lillie ISws 1iof Iecktille q 1M GR Christersop atfd 5Opnt lagt Monday with hei ss II1004iherrs R T Best Mr Johnniei EusUhasa ewe c p with four lambs and l1are Idoing eI1- tMis Sadie Majes spent lasttt 3efday night with her sister Mr Ethel Barker near Hardins Chapel t r Mr Jimni Mayes spent a few days last week with his grandI j father Mr J H Mayes rv 1 Will close ror this time aridli itf exttWeik I will do better i ff tVRr Klueger the Jeweler 4C60 TJrginJa Aye tidianapplis ind l writesI was1so weak from kidoey trouble that i could hardly walk a i 1g hundred tet Fpjir bottles of Fbleys r XthieRemedy cleared my complex j ion cured aay backache and the ir Tejfulajritjles disappeared ad I can nd attetid to Easiness every day and recoraHrendFoleys Kidney Remedy qaU sufferers as it curedme after i the doctors ud other remedies hadIi i fIled For sale by Hay ston Rob T ltB s l t ff Jtt i 09dleltlrI lboy QnPeb 4 1909 i Geo Moul bough a mule from TJas Tifiiax for 117 and also ont from Heiry Off utt fjur 107IMis Florence Cheatham visi K ted her sister Mrs Hugh t Grigsby part of last week Jas Kays arid wife have gone t to txulsyijle to make their a1u re irnrnn rfJ s Run at is visiting jhe sisiteri Mrs dob n Rays Mr George Coulter died Feb 12 1909 and was laid to rest in voldvP arker burying ground the M11 wing day Effie Gordon spent Jast week l at thbomp of her uncle Ed Yocunu r Gilbert HardiQ was in o ulmidst Sunday Mrs Steven ou and Mrs T 1 Hirdti ae somewhat improveid1 11i4ltb rat this sviitng- Mr IIt1iMrs Fred Cheatham 4 iddaJatiter attended the fun 4t tv eratdf Mr and Mrs Morgan t Qh alhtm infant at Saturday February 13 p i MrMV JN H Oliver sper w TiaesdaywiihMrsJas Trux 4 li tJ Levers i r 9frood health eheuldprevgntsickness 4Lstevpf IfetTtlng themselves get sick rwltbeniry to cure tt So long- as i cyj1k eep yoUr HyerV bogs and atom atte in a healthy condition you wont j f fu 1 Wf t6iok Ballarda Herbine relieves r J costipaUon isactive liver aid r dLtoathaudbowel trobbles Sold bY t t te Rd erosll drJ1lstote Li i i WiIIiburg y s 4 Y Johil Barfv and family h4 J tMrDdqone after a few hpfpItirUtf ail r1trt K I dr J attleb upon at t IItUcenilIe Friday Mi 4Illea1 Geerguttc- a llitYJlit1fl tht1ir sisteri jti Da iJ tqisJ if 4M t on Grayof fHlrdeilty vlited Mrs sterIand l19st t wb t JlIrr tf A nc solJ j4YLbi1I Kra gtt tt = hapJiBJV Grtbbi and M JEdij spent Sunday with Mr B- hthans family Mrs Burton ig spending a few ayS with Mrs Iiuhv Hyatt this week jIndlnitoi ILawJencesbei broiiwr last week Mr Miner Bottom qf M 111 1gl villd was in our village Suuday evening on business JRfVv A mst d has returned horn afters few weeks visit at Fairview J A jMM Mary Eeynolds is visit ng tr1erns at Hurrpdsburg this ve1c v1 tiexamethyienetetramine i Tjne above Ja them 9 ofa German chemical which Isiion 6t tHe lD nvj van4b1e inRrUents of Foleys Kidney Keme4y dexamcthTrenetctra mine recognized by medal textbooks aid uib ritIesas A uric aci- ds9Jventadantlsept1cforthe urine Take Foleys Kidney Reme iaSOoD as jbu notice any inregularities and avoid a serious malady Tick reekI 1Thj ibyfdradj Irhursday eight in honor of Mr Alfonza Milton was well Attended tand all report good time Mr BF Bragg bought four yearling calves of Mr G W Oocanougher or40 The sal of Steve Smith Jr and son P Drter on last Wednes dayws e1 attended Household furniture sold very low Corn sold 3 60 per barrel Livestock sold high Mr Smith sord his house and lot containing fif teen acres to Mr Henry Isham of Mackvilie for 300 Mr Smith will make his home in Indiana win Lawrencie purchased of yearingL oflBottle and Mr Alonza Boswel- lalPern Hill spent Saurday and Sunday with Mrs Mary Taylor Mr Tames Boswell of Indianais the guest of Hannibal Tayio fora few days Frank Haydon Jr of this place and Robert Mays of Pra thers Creek was visitors of Mr JEan Rogers of Penwick last Fri lay nght Silas Montgomery had a veryj fine mare to die List Wednesday night Mr Otis Wilson andvwiCevjsi ted S T Stumph Mouday IMiss Georgia Yeung of Long Run has returned home after a two weeks stay with Misses Ida and Maggie Lawrence Mr Daniel Wilkerscn sold a finetwo year old horse to Mr Milford Donnelly of BeechJ iud Price paid 100 Mr SIT Taylor bought an ight year od horse of Wm Ar luold of Mackville for 110 Al 30 purchased trap of Wm Cd qanougher of Texas Price un known Several of the farmers of this community are losing their sheep Disease unknown Mr Ben Haydon took advan fcagejof the cold spell and fillfed his Ice House Bojs lets all visit him next summer Mr Johd Boswell had a valu able milch cow to die lest Wednesday Disease unknown y MrAnerBHtouanddaugb 1ter Nan ie w rein your town Saturday shopping MIs Maggie Gilispie and si rterMrs Mary Noel were the guests of MrJ hn Gilispie ppd family last Friday George Brigg and Wm Lau r113Sinclemency of the weather there wasntt very large attendance But all report a niQe time Mr Pai Tobin Is on the sitK corTeopondentwishehitna Mr JEAnderson boutjlit twoyearold mate of Silts Mont gomery Price paidlOQI Mr George Good and family Iof Swart were visitors ot Ben trigg and family from Saturday until Mpdday t WormoIoyh- ouldbe studied by every parent If cciittcbiIdIS nervous fretful starts ttssleepr its pasty eyes always eems inmffry lU not fining weight ou can be sure the trouble is Wornis Cream Vermifuge iii anabso ut cure for worms Iits pwn pur ative S6id by the RedCrobS drug store I Mackville Last4Priday night Feb 12 a supper was given at the home of Mr Sam Shewmaker for the benefit of the Machville Christian Church Quite Ja number as sembled to partake of the sump tuous pread and to enjoy the Itln dandwitty speeches made by those on the prpgramme Mr Albert Ctawford irivroauced the speakers and the tirstspeak ers presented to the audienc were Mr JHmes Peters and Miss Annie Raybourne representing president Washington and wife Mr Minor Bottom and Miss Magie May Wycoff were the next speakers representing Mr and Mrs Adarasi TufrdMr HakveyLeacbman and Miss Annie Belle Riley Mr and Mrs Madison Fourth Mr DIner Humes and Miss Naconi Sweeney Mr and Mrs Jackson At5f his stage of the proceedicgs Mrs Madison and Jackson sang Jaunita Flub Mr Earnest HumPS and Miss Malrena Wycoff Mr and Mrs Lincoln Mr Herbert Stiewmaker ana Miss T3iggs Wycoff Mr arid M rsR o eveltMr Roosevelt was the lust appo mted speaker of the evening h l they were listened 10 lV an attentive and appreciaied audience Song by Misses yrtlvenaand Briggs Wy coff Alice Beqbolt i The elgate taste displaye by the ladies iin the arrangement of the tables and the decorations of tile dining room were tbsub jeot of many words of praise by all present Mrs George Warron and son Verna of Perry yilje visited her daughtei Mrs EIttie Milton and 9tberre1ativeslast week Messrs Walter HumesEtraa Humes and Everett Baker went to Hodgenville last Friday The occasion was the cflebration of the birthday anniversary of president Lincoln MrZ lbert Hatchett and wife spent Saturday and Sunday with parents near Perryville Horses are in gopd demand at high prices fat present Dt Barnttol4 Mr Will Ar nold a nure for 225 Mr Rubin Bottom bought a back mare of Mr Wade Peavler paying 20- 0MrOT Hickerson bought one of Mr Bottom of Mercer County at 200 John Kaney bought a nice three year old filly ofMrs Eiiza Noel Mr S D Cdmbell and Walker the enterprising M ckvilLe im pfementfirm are eolarging their stockand enjoying a lucrative irade lJf you need a par take DeWittj Little Early Risers Insist on them gentle easy pleasant little liver PIIIS Sold by the Red Cross drug store I Valley Hill Some time has elapsed since taking up my pen and wielding 11 letter to the dear old Nets Leader and if any of the read lets r cognize mychat ering they will know that heretofore I have dr i THE PLACE TO GET 11YOUR 5ISM HARDWARE I k HATCHETT ANDERSONS we handle anything you want in the way of hardware also one of the best lines of Stoves and Enamelt War ever put beforethepublic Be sure to dill on ius before you buy v I We make a specialty o- iP1ung jrfttrf aadTihniig I I J tiflcktt rso IL nJi i S i t = ElevatorI II Residenceand Land For Sale II This mill property known as the Biadfordsvilje JdlIerMiIs is a thoroughly equipped plant with a ca pa ltv 0150 barrels of flOur daily besides meal h m flour The plant is in daily operation t1nlGraII bra ds tha have a reputation not excelle1 Elevate was built in 1907 has a capacity of 20000 btfshete andis equipped with the latest improve dj machinery The business was established in 1875 andiiis in fvor with aJargp steady arid profitable trade The residence is a new two story 10 room frame with all n cess outhousps barn baggvshed corncrib etc 1ul1 co duial PQrch around front and sides of house One of the most comfortable and deaireable horns in Mari n county Attached to this is a plot of about 14 acres of he Very finest bottom land than which there is none better in the State The whole property lirs together iiu the edge of the town of Bradfordsvile Ky a beautiful village with good cbtirhes and school in the valley of tbe Rolling Fork 10 miles from Lebanon Ky the seat of Marion coanly where the nearest mill is located and where this I opporuniyforbusiness Tjtewhole property wLVbe sold to highest bidder on the premises WEDNESDAY MARCH 1909 at Executors sale Terms made known on d I sale PIT further iuforoiition call on or address CthI T B and B E TEBHUNE 1Etnot represented the flourishing littleJ down c f Valley Hill HOw- ever as the li juent Uno has quit flourishing his per in that direction hivi ig become so in toxicated with the Suns dazzling rays w 11 make a grand l ndeavor to jj som measure take his cbai left vacant so long f If mlbr are eyer b5any ljcensnrlj am not a very frequent visitor nor am I so great on questioning people as to their affairs and I think these two things are large ly necessary for an interesting newsv letter Mrs S F Bishop and sister Miss Margie Bonta of your town spent Friday last with Mrs Will Moran Mr H T Virgin and wife were guests of Mr Edward Goat ley and wife Jast Thursday and Friday v Mr Will Ream is putting np poles for a telephone A new dwelling is being erec ted near the depot as residence for agent at this place Mr Clyde Gbatley and wife have returned after a pleasant visit to relatives near Sharps vIne and Tatham Mr i E Fergurspn left last Monday for Louisville Mrs Fergurson continues the guestI of her parents here Hr T Virgin and E S Gpatey Attended the Elder sale near Texas last Thursday They re port stock as selling high- The members If New Hope church who possibly dan are urged to attend thenext regular churcn meeting which is on Sat urday before the next first Sun day Mr J I Royalty ho was formerly a member here but how a member of the Springfield I Baptist churcb will be present t invite New Rope into the Central Association The boun darv of thjs association is much jearer than the one of which she is new a member and would be much more convenient for- tqeattendingdelegatps Mr Will Gray of Hardestye was in our nrdt lat Sunday Mr Ed Kelly and wife spent last Sunday of llast week with the latters parents Mrs M W Seay rind Htte son Marion Wallace of Maud visited her father Saturday andi Saturday night Mr and Mrs J Ernest Goat ley and Den Edgprton were roy- itly entertained by Mr Jame Mranand wife on last Sunday Mr Cliff Tatura contemplate the e ecliou ot a commodi us warehouse in the near future Miss d1 tie Kelly left Monday to enter school dr Rethel flardin county Beltta is u bright en ergetic and lovable girl and we wish her every success in her collegiate work rMiss Pearl Goatley will begin a two months subscript1 n school here wjthin a few weeks Miss Pearl iis an excellent teacher heretofore taught two fall terms here hnd the patrons should take the opportunity of giving thu children the advantage of aitunding every day for a child will not make any progress with his work in attending Oue day and staying at at home one or perhips two We learn that Miss Minue Mann oas made application for the tall term Biker Ballard purchased ia piir of mules from Jas Truax last week Price 250 Messrs A bert Mudd and Joe Shehan were visitors hero Suo day A Swollen Jaw is not pretty or plcasant whether it Iis caused by neuraJgia toothache or ac I cideut Ballards Siinw Lnimcnt wil reduce the swelling and relieve theM pain The great and sure cure for t I rheumatism eu tsburns bruisesc scaIdsny stad ell afchcs and palo Soib Rii Cos s drag store Mclntire I Mr and Mrs TW Dan Keen jre rejoicing oyer he arrival of a ten pound girl at their homo Mr Charles Keen of Lebanon was the guest of Mr Mari n Ce cil arid sister Sunday last Mr Dick Keen wife and children spent Sndayjth JI C fenson and wife JThis vicinity extend condole smeiait to the bereaved family and relatives ofMr Berber Clarksbn who died February 14 of yrea mania and heart trouble Mrs Tbrea Blahdford is con fined to her room having stepped on a nail penetrating her foot but at present time iis dOing nicely Miss Flora Keen entertained the euchre club in a most charming manner last Friday night Mr Albert Wise Ieft1ast week for California to make a short stay Misses Lizzie Fannie and Dela Smith spent one night last GeorgeEdlen Miss Emaa Ensor was the weekend guest of Mrs S K Alvey Mr James Moore of Modres viileboughtofj F Keen nine mules price 775 Mr Keeflat so sold to William Jane a pair lof mules price unknown Leroy Mudd purchased of Ba ker Spalding a bay horse price 100 Revolts at Cold Steel Your only hopes said three dOe tors to Mrs M EFisher Detroit Micsufferin from severe rectall trouble lies inan operation then I used Dr Kings Nvr Life PiIlshe TheyIConstipaI Hayd n Robertsons drug store I Now York Centrals cYH ad William C Drown who succeeds W II Newman ns head of the New xorli Central lines has been vice i president of that system since 1002 lie Is a practlcoJ railroad maim having rom menced at the hpttom and yorked his way to the top llcfore Jfllnhipr tIll New York Central be iivas flee prcsl dent and general manager of the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern railroad He is flftyflve years old yas born lu Herklmer county Nt Y and entered the rail way service in 18T his first employment being that of a ssettlon hand with the Chicago illlwnHkw antI WILLIAM b BEOWN St Paul road He learned telegraphy and obtained a position with tho ilU ni Is Central road as train dispatcher He occupied slrallajr positions wtb the Chicago Hock island and Pacific and the GhlcagpBfirllngton and Quincy roads The other positions be has held include general manager of the Hannibal and St Joseph and Council Bluffs Chicago Burlington and Kan ls City and St Louts Keokuic and Northwestern railways and vice preal dent and general raiinager of the Lake- Shore and MrhUmri SoutherO Prom t the ratfeftofflrc bv was alpxl to tbat of Vice pnxiideu and director of the New Tori Central j I i NEWI- NDEXED BIBLES 1909 THREE METHODSOF INDEXING THREE IMPORTANT SCRIPTURES TOUCHING HUMAN LIFE AND- DESTINYOF SOUL WHY NOT USE THE I JNOADICKSON fOR BESTii 79 DEARBORN ST CifiCAGcii Agents Wanted i Evils of Pistol Tdting- Tbere toIIi too much pistol tingJialldtt o much paliation of pistol toting all through the South The mere possession of ia deadly concealed weapon has a a certain psychological effect upon the most conservative of temperaments Upon vena i strong CbaraC tei be feel of 8ii pstol is likely to breed Ithede i sire to use the pistol In most human beings with anc4averageeducation I j that one can kill if one chooses this cheap love of the spe5ta- m1arpases J away rather rlirlin life or is reserved for a more legitimate and recognized exercise on the sideo lawjand order or in wartime or in some dan gerous calling But the totfgh nature does not care whether it is exercised on the side of rec gniz d authority or ijot itis bimply its exercise that such a nature desires He wants to see himself io a heroic attitude Ii have no doubt that t many of the TTight Kiers went into the thingI just because it gay them an opportunity to ride around the country at night in a silly masquerade with euns in their hands and in their egotisic hearts that satisfying feeling that they belong to a band that runs things If the young men in the rural communities and evtn in some of thelarger towns throughout tte South cannot be convinced that habituallyto carry a pistol unless upon occasions where one is really needed is a fooljish thing to do they can at least be con viiced thatit is an expensive hat The laws against carrying concealed w are goad itheir1proprDuelling has b0en trowned on l in this country for sevtral d cades but it would b better than such street killings as that of Carmack in Nashville of that of Gpnzales in Columbia a few years ago In a duel each par ticipantat least has something likean equal chance but whet tha pistol toter goes after his man it js ho with the idea ot giving him a chance for his lif If men of influence and a cer ttaini degree of prominency likp the Coopers m Tennessee and the Till mans in South Uarolini Mote deadly weapons with which to sottje their persona tUfliculties jf these rne oof a class whqare supposed to have had certainpducationaladvan taaes are it1l totersVbow then are the inhabitants of th Re lfoot lUke district fhe ken UOK v an Tennessee antI Georgiah Mountaineers t and the youths off he narrow inland villages an throughout the south who are lacking irijOppor u cities a 1C1po sition b Uught the lesson that pistol toti gis a vainj foolish criminafl l ani contemjjtK hie bijitDdn Marquis in Uncle Remus itrrTtievHomje Mag azine for February rSNew Llniha gcr Cost The irir who aujt nffor l to Celine her coat with saIu irc nati ur silk raty choose a fie quailty of French chintz Sire will be astotjlshca at the artistic and Inoxpcusivc result She wants to get a dainty design of fine quality and In estrn width Her coat should d Interlined for tthe mid wlnter and this Qowerfid surface put It lover will not v feel ashamed lb takeoff i coat at any smart hou e or throw It hack chair nt irretautnnt or jthenferj JrKILLrHEUGHAND rr WITH Dr Kings New Discove I FORc3g9TU 100Fr AND ALL THROAT AND lUNG TUMBLED OZAWTED SATI37AOXCI OJ6 KONEY BEFJJNDED JJRED CROSS DRUG SJdRE I = I M t4 PPUBLICU SALi1t THIS BEING 01JBt 1 32 l r tt4th A nnuaSaJet r WB WILL ON J SaturdayS yy- At Eebrriaf l Ix J IDI oclock a anj fc 4tAt Boblitt Bishops Main Street iLiywt Stake Ik Springfield Ky Sell too Bead r es aud lInle I r j t i Get your horses fat and ready for tnk asle J1Jea l su5E to havesome goof buyers Itom a distanc on hanki Lif4es we eurelofseveral local Duyer Wbayj i tat eady 3everahedf Pedigreed Mifca Stallion arts f f Godings book drpl tlls sate r This sale will be copducted u s 13isin Principle for both Buyeronas I X Don t have any fear of enteriQv in thiaik sale We are sure we will be able to find a lojfor ththtat good prices t f ENTRANCE FEE FREEy For any into atonin regard to this im4 l I I BOBLITT Alii 0 A riLfrAWWIRT L orSMCAMP Wfl4j J q t iy 5 0 ooOOOOOoQGo I The Safest and OuicketWayto I 1 TransierMoneyl= T if l f r Bi t lftII c LOng Distaime Te1epIon- n Ar r r4LILn r t tFor Rates apply to Looal Manger 6 i j Cnn berl nd TelephoneI e Te1ogaph Ciipuy Q INCORPORATED Q 0t J J 600 4G GOOO t t fr y i 1111I iFor iiil1e lYOU CAN GET i leeo LouisYiiL Tuievv t T tc i v jfoi Regular Price 500 a Year t AND THE v V ff TilE NEpLEAO- cKBh 1 OnetearPor ii- VThe i4 t Louisville TimesiIs the l Best Afternoon Paper rt Printed Anywhere J U 5goocorrLeof Correzponcisats JiV Jli1 Covers the Kwtuclqr fWd prfctly t- covers the1eTa1 wfi eopIM Hthefu11estmarketrepcwts et s- Sendour 7 j Lt Subscipton5 ti tt j ft Right Away r The NetvsLetderriOt fo The Louisville jlze4 Thisis fcUl low nff ir may be wUhdravr Jf aVau lira SOGE e IN sow Tbs rate is ly od onlj for MAIL sub ipiorts and we carHoVitcc C pt ori ers for THELOUSvnLE TIMES whe e thut p ppr has rv uir agent who furj htk p per b7 the monlh I T NJ PiiP J i33 lot Less than PriceofO I I M U J 1 r1i lt fIfr4- For t H Croup Tonsili1isand Asthma iirA quick and powerful reidyisosed to brisk UP v adMkal sp i 1cppUedI Sioais Linimentgives quick reJeft aItce ol a1ha M t t jand palims in the eMit i is sd s f Jr Earl S iY J t f r t r w UR ClBUfiTOK i 4D1NT piTT I 1 EXT CEIL j TljTHGtJli piiN 1J Wy it GQJIHa n I k kP 8tl j sLFuicDrKY i rl1 DcntF Work trtIv 1 Firstclass J DR 1 t 1J 111tiAI AtiI 9 ftj41Gil tIdSnrgeod i lt oft c juts t 9 a in Tw4 pm JII r OMfies OVei Haydoas JDrugstore 1 rif1 r LtLamptD 1IJij omteli braO S ftc osOrtlccPhonc N JS alA Residence NY 3 a iit w F GR1GSBY t ATTQaAT LAW- OflIcQ over PcopTs Ianka PRtNpFmLUKY r r tnrtL i1 tJl1fi6 e ov Jlwd Cross Jrud f1 Ii Store m albQuifIa t10JU 4to12 n 4 i 6 pm ih c t i jODNYi AYS FUMER L iiiEfORstt IDLJfiE DIM lMER fTELEPHONE lbAY19 NIGtiT7t4 RllGFffiLnJK1 PrId ofWhShinBtP f 1 M i 7stiietJ hoi ttV1 yDf W p i11gb mltrkeit price for grain l h yon wnpt tb Best PLOtJB ti asls yourrOCer for- i JpFrT1sst11dFIingU j A Whielt cornea mm a plugglah Hv r andjInactive JxjwelB wfceir you dont rI to et and fOal tonguo ia coated I Mi laws Pills I They Biak ilia liver work and exercfce I tM weIscnro constipation bilious t1MI SIck headacl3c and alL other 1ax 1Myer4oab1tz Saiapw ee oa requestu 25 Dwtf CntfOfily 25 CentscifHkk WcMLLMc St Louis 4cp ngfteldbyifHaydon Robertson J DC CrTV MO i ErAs If IIIONLAWfENCE Cots T rr little urotos yery atlfr fc ter7 tor latrns dopr yards par dNIt WAmako fencln for ltiwns 4oer yard field AOE Ondpoaltryw Write for catalog UNION FENCE CO pcaIb Ill ania CityUo iJ y J1 1 u r It i or J Itching Skin Diseases r Arc readfly cured by Zcmo A liqui 4iprijiternaluse Zemo gives In tsnt- r Hjcf and pcrmanentljr cucupyfoz ofItcbrngSkin orScalp Jsca sp A- Biru ggistsf Write few sample B W t cseMedCo St Louis Mo r f 1llk n R PfI I t 0 1 WRiy FJ 8 I J cp TaiMe YeIowR AHk WsLCir sK W arc tlcalet eesuriiaI1 MMwrOJCathaa wii shiai Rdce WK for fIeU I ttr t It IllUE1CY i- K TiJPJ = r Kok SJENT FJ1r oo I oou inmboaemSirinL1dL WSG ODtj tl ntJ P da A bW W rnjOWN W Local Happening t iHttrest 1 Th FrtshMt and LatMt jI i flAboutYOuretf FriendS lt and Acquaintances fl i7ANTBpAll who are in ned of buggies wagons or wire fen vHg io cillf on A Rimball Springfieidy HMrppersqnsij i intO thethouse Mikroirif Mr JBfa iry Thompson a tracthjland 4oh6istin of 77 acres at JjSO per acre On mext Monday everfiiSg Feb 52nd thejre will be aydcclamatory contest between the juniors ands Il nfors at the B igh School build ing A preliminary contest willI be held atHhe school on Friday afternbon t Catarrh causes 85 per cent oft ll cori lJJjJti Cure w thitha1 ddir c1y over the affected rmbr rie relieves coughs colds in in1QOcothi1ete i3 rossErug StorQ Thevl wiiiesOUorch will serve dinner on w9untxIn he store room now occupied y Miss Willie Knotts millinery grarethe low priceof 25 cents The prbjzeeds will be used Jfor fixing up the St JDomines cemetery thMrKansas City Mo and Miss Sadie M edaybbfhood were married i at thcG howe of Mr J D Barker at nqpn Wednesday Rev W B vViUiams performed the cere mony Thev left for their hri iuTKansas City immediately afI hrv wIhooforrioutw i letsand have been eaiing hear nlyLucier Athol Mass The Rebross Drug biore aranteeto iftiona tov cure d spepsiaaDd I Ilstomach troubles or money at Dont fail to get a seat for the performance of uMrs Temples Telegram to be given at iji ej pdL house on Friday night t3enidestbetractive program bf sprcialties aQttSceeds are for the benefit of thL Jatholic jhurch and those who attendj wjiil doubtless get fullj value for heir mney Corning The School Improvement ISLeagUeof one of the best public enter tituers Iithe busiuess who willI pIurat the opera house here oriTuesday evening March 2nd It is Clarence D Bi gderfer the man wj h the sujile woi th hiK v uThesays of him r rIt oicrtwinatiugucLinc 8 and his tocuihmate art has comp foiihorjly the brighter because o the burning Frdm every section of iht coujjiry cpmmiitees report him the greatest humorist they have ever hadon their programs He is a past mas er in the arti of merriment his versaliiy wows no bounds whlie his work w a charactur is not surpassed iy that tjf any artist of whom wt lnov Die I in Oklahoma As was briefly announced in iheNews Leader last week Mrs Vargaet M BrowoQ wife of vlr Stepheii E Brownf former y of this COUnty dird on Wed sdav Flrp3try 10 at Bkidi Oklahomal where she had bpen MrsTate Mr Anselm antI Elizabeth ifvine Meyer and was born and eared ini Boyle county At an irlyage she married Mr Ste then E1 Browne bf Washinston onnty sand thtir early married i ewas spent In this and Boyle oupties About twentyfive ear ago they moved tq Pleas ntfill Mo and have lived rtere and at Kansas City erer 4tnca irs Browne was a Ire Ident visitor to this county ivhre she had many friendswbp ireatly loved her for her cheer fulf di3poitJon and many excell cbaractetShes iisan three dinghters Mrs 1w J nfc TOPICS I MM A ris Brown of this place is a sister and UrE H Meyer oi Boyle cOunty is a brother The raraainstwere buried at Pleasant ilts Mo DeatH of MraJ C McElroy l lAt 12 O lock noon Tuesday death came peacefully to Mrs ame Greene McElroy wife f James 0 McElroy at their ome on Main streetIIFor more thana year tbe fight against an insidiuos ma Jignant disease has been waged oy Mrs McElroy with opjtomistic hope and courage that were the- admiration of everyone who knew of the heroic means that were used to stay the dr ead dis ease First the surgeons skill w 5asmonths treatment she songtit eadviceof an eminent caccer- specialist in Philadelphia where she remained under treatment three months returning hc7m the early part of De embers ill bright and cheerful to spend the Christmas holidays at home th her family and friends It was then evident to those wbo ere watching and noting every change in her condition that each chancefew smaller i With the same courage and fortitude that had been charac teristic in using everymeans to combat the disease she realized at thevfight had been j fnvairlaand that her days verb t With the calmness of brie who was preparedto meet her preparationJor the good and comfort of her child and husband when she no onger cduld cheer them who er presence i If Suffering be the crucible jn hich Iathe soul is refined th n er soul went into the presence its Maker without dross o rlspot jo mar laS glittering bright ess In the many months of MdElrotbattled disease and her cheerful ness deceiytd even her nearest frierfds 4s the shadows of death gath ercd around her conch the spirituaLlipht dawned brighter and she passed through the Valley of the shadow of death o God who had been her com Sorter through great suffering nd tribulation Mrs McElroy was the third cnild ofMr Sidney and Mrs K ate Green deceased and was born and reared in this county On September 5 1889 she was united in marriage to James G McElroy who with a son James Calhoun are left to mourn the loss of a devoted wife and mother v The surviving sisters and brothers are Mrs S 0 Moore tf Sherman Texas Mrs Roger dandy of Denison Tex Mrs H R Thonpson Mr Olifton A Green of Springfield 1tJamps Green London Ky and William Green of ShermW Txas The funeral services were held at the residence on MaIn Sreet Rev RE Q Lawson pastor of the Presbyterian church who had been the spiritual adyiser andcomforter of Mrs McElroy during her illness Conducted the services The rem bins were Iiu iierred in foe Springfield cemetery The bearerspall were MessrsJ WW Ifridt Teeth ex tracted g Iout DANGER PAN ithJJ l No charges when plates are wanted Abb WORK IlDone In this office is firstclass T in every respect and just as ad vertlsed WI V ST ALLARDp DDSIS t Springfield icy 1 I Wl 1 Rutledge Wharton Charles Rob ertsonN P CarapbelJ W D McElroy1 Howard I3McElroyI Phil MdChord George Jolvii1 and Robert Marks E B Clarkson Dead j Miy E Barber Glarkson one tof the pest known farmers in Washington c uPtY died at his home fpiir miles north of String Ifield on last Surday eveningj after a short illness of pneumo nia and heart trouble The def eased was born in this county 8 years ago and was a s nof the late Mr Dora CJarkson hisf mother being a Miss Edwards In early life Mr Glarkson mac riect Miss Ella Taylor who to gether with five daughters end three sons survive bjm Therei was probably not a more honor able nor upright man in the ccounty than Barber Clarkson His word w sas good as his bond yundi a inShad a bosj of friends He had been engaged m farming and stock raising all of his life HeC r orearedalwaswell provided for Besides bis wife and children Mr Clarkson is survived by a brother Mr irlueyClerkscuor the county tndfrfSpringfieldo i The a member 0f the and hisdeceasedfasfuneral at St Rose mormot J Notice All persons having claims a clgainstMays deceased will present same properl proven to me uott llater than Feb 26 1909 HARTWELL ETHEKINGTON Administrator of John M 1fay s R F D No 1 Willisburg Ky a Horse Bargains f Ve nave the followingattrac cJJ otivwdek A 1lJur year pU chestnut SOl rell nare 16 hanris jhandat 4rstcIas farm animal s An eight year old bay mare 15i bands hieii good for family farm use LbIlor A six year old bay ir are 1ahigh lhigh style and a fast road mare A seven vear old brown tior5e loj hands perfectly gentle J good family horsp An eight year old black mare 15fi a ladys bUggy mare AS xyear old sorrell horse 151 hands a combined horse andj C gentle Also a Jiigb grade second hand runabout PARKS SIMMSi Notice sThecehavingessary to close all outstanding accounts All persons knowing o themselves indebted to the firm vrill pbase come in promptly and settle and lus avoid atlya unnecessary trouble Respectfully Slipnz Ueldle f t I BUY a L IIIii1 I I I3IRBGT i I PROMf i ly I ofTEUJ I J MKRtbIIR1 M Arnold builder of the famous l hand made buggy vyijl be in I MONDAY SPRINGFIELD FEBRUARY 22 on Court day with a sample afa fuiteOJ1909 buggy Dont fail to see thissam 1111iI I I are rec om by e best laeop1eeverywhreItho I J 1 PERN Mr Young Milton of Xatte IlL who has been visiting hi fatherMr William Hilton returned to his homi in IlliroSs r Mrs BHoskins of camp bellmjll is the guest at the home of C RMcWborLerS returnedjffew J tvisit with friends Mrs L D Baker wa called ill IEarly Times Tuesday jy tli sudden deal h ofler brother James Coomes who was found dead in his bed at Early Times Tuesday morning Mr Baker Ear1yji result of the shock of Mr Clark sud4en death Messrs Kent Smith John Si thminsMontgomery werein Louisville Sunday ilv and Mrs W K Marks attended the funeralofMr JBeii Crume at LebanoTrlast Saturday Miss Ida McClure visited her home at Smith seGrove Jlast week Mi s JBmmaNunan spent the latter part of llast weekir Louis ville V Mr J F Peitus is in Louis Hie attending a meeting off t lumber men Mr J A Bonl ware left T es da lyyt ahisMiss Susie Pope has returnedIk fr prOnlelatives Miss N G Marks has returned om a visit to the Misses Spald1eing of Lebanon Mr George Boidrick of Leba hpn yjsited his brother Mr R afe Btoldrick Monday and Tuesday f- Messrs R C Boplitt and Joe Bishop were in Louisville Tues rayMrs W F GrigsbV spent last Week with her parents at Maple Hill clMbsfrom Louisyitlfi Monday where shfCnt to pUrchase milliner tindfeksonville 3r James Green of Donjon rcame tp attend the fuderalj f his sister Mrs 3 CMcBlroy Mrs X Louis FJarVison oi B teowlingto attend the funeralltf her con ill Mrs J C McElrOyu Mr and MraEH Maces and M flisseen in California for sx wetks re expected jlpme Saturday Mr Bob Russel uhois a stu i jJi shortvii i InMrsi Mrs Purter Meyers of Lebanon attended the funeral of Mrs J j McElroy yesterday reIt s IIhave bought the grocery totkand fixtures of E C Cox and willcontinue the r1 business at the old staridle leppositeI Bank IIwill replenish the stock as rapidly as possible nd am offering a larTge part of that now on hand at teduced prices to make room for n w IIJ5i SEED CORNi JTurebrcdi t kiln dried Made nearly double the yield of other corn in this section Large solid ears at 200 per bushLela delivered in Springfield W P MERRITT Springfield Ky i Indigestion dyspepsia is inbility the stonljacVweafc digestive juices 0toto- mlinatln of alL the natural fliges v juices foiind inan ordinary heal v stomach and it will digest our1food id a natural way Pleasant to ake Sold by the Red Cross drugr hstQreForSaIe Is or Rent A good m dwplhngtl fr sale seVlseVlnro for t rent Water in good garden outbuildings Apply to It1 TD TAPPn a lliIYwaseI M kM KMiMys ad Iisddr RlfH 7 J t T c An Ordinance j sAt a1 reuular meeting of the sCilv Council of the City of Springfield Ky held at the reg ular time and place present Ban John W Lewis Mayor and COuncilmea McElroy Lbgsdon ooertson Simnas Wharton and Smockthe following ordinance adopted Belt ordained byi the city council of the city of Ky as follows Section 1That atax of soyI eentJfivecents on each p citv of for purposesI lowing and be and a 25c for streets and ments 22cfor water andI23c for lights 5c for general phrposes j Section 2 That there be ere is hereby levied upQn e ncbI it1jqfof 21 years one dollar and filty cents poll tax for the year 1 909 for generalpurpClse5t JOHN W LEWIS Mayor Attest F B Clerk Noll WASHINGTON LETTERI TIRe Wheels SpeciaLCorrespondence of national would go sadly awrytlf awoke some tine morning to find the men who have given years ofclrkIlives to aid the senators and atlyes In their duties Md been spirited away for here are of commttteesj employees of the senate to nd 1beti Imiiloyees wltol 4w IentyOfficers of the House The threeoflicers of the house elect ed by the members at the beginning of each new congress are the clerk of the house the sergeant at arms and the doorkeeper of the house The present Incumbents have beun in office years and are extrenely likely ted when thq Sixtyfirst extraI gresa assembles terjMarch 4 in session The offices of clerk of house and sergeant at arms have alImost invariably been given to former members of the house The preentceric Alexander McDowell e capitol first as a representatlv from iWnsylvanJa being elected ta4 the Fiftythird congress oh the Repub can ticket He was elected clerk of e house duringthe Fiftyfourth con- Fess t The Quorum Provider The sergeant at arms Henry A Cas lion came here mom Wisconsin Se- asw at cue time chief cler of the de jpartment of agriculture This was nc the day of Jeremiah Rusk whose proJ ge Casson was The position of ser eant at arms of the house requires considerable tat and Mr Casson fills e bill to ltHc has been called pon when members so far forgot themselves us to comctot blows on Sieji OQr of the house which they sometimes do there Another job put upon the sergeant at arms Is to bring in the members when there is a call of the house jo vote upon a measure of importance There are times when Mr j asson Is compelled to take members om entertainments receptions and nners He has cruelly yanked them out Itoe house might be on hand Expert on Parliamentary Law The doorkeeperof the house is Frank B Lyons He came into his office aboutthe same time as McDowell an4ztCasson No man in the bouseoccupies a more po1sible postion than Asher C Blinds the parliamentary clerk to themspeaker Mr Hinds stands ever at the elpeitkerso prnof the house and to parliamentary lawWM r Hinds Is probably the best postedgr man on parliamentary law on o eafWashington first as a newspaper DUII nd bad a place In the house press gal y He halls from Maine and Speak hen1890 He rapidly proved himself a wondcrtuJlyclcfer parliamentarian and has held the position ever since Learned In Naval Lore Ittman PulsIfer clerk to the naval committee of the senate Is officially designated as Senator Hales private co secretary There Is no other layman in the country who knows as much the United Statesyuavy and for that matter the navies of the world as Pittman Pulslfer It has been one of is duties to complete the Navy Year okTblsbook has become an abso lute authority upon baval matters in the senate and is highly regarded by- lheilny la department Mr Pulslfer un dersJtunds well the handling of big navy budgets and his statementf re- elstitig to the vessels and the personnel of the new navy are considered scrip lure when naval affairs are discussed Color URlghL Some ono brought Captain Pete3Li dOyPete iIs the chauffeur of the eleVator that takes you up to the gallery iobr f the senate that Is If you happen be a senator or 4i member of sotne other privileged class or away down into the bowels of the earth if you ant to go He has troubles of hkr own has Captain Pete and ion tint ason other people shouldnt gOft im with theirs But this man did Says he to Pete My good fred Mike d ldHo passed aWhy last jilglrl And what was the latter with him says Pete Faith it was gangrene says Petes l nd T JFinnA movemen ls qn foot at the capitol V JHumg fashion A proposition wjlb ade to cOngress to apjreprat tLnecessary tOads for a ttaM1 monument to the late father of the f nate The teooameBt teelf wm 1Jtii rOytd 1rouDr va Nijx v tTT7rReceiving I NEW Cuutf I tf r ttflr I s AT THE h4ift J I BIG STOREUI ttftt4l1iINew White Goods New Laces Now lEmbroideries New Linens NfewGing j I hams Fercfales Madras ShirtirtgSr Il aetcBl2 stock 94 and 104 Sh tings 3tiLxjK Bleach and Brown Cottns Bedtickipg IF and TOBACCO COTTON V t I BIIg outt in Pries jj jr tof Ladles Clcaks Snffs t rr and rtsMen Sauu y Boys v SUits and Overcoats jt I Just Received Large StcxkII ttoff I 1Getour11 c t in our line I f We Carry the yargest vJr f 0 1 Stocks in Central KentodLv w I fiobertson Claybrooke k i co DCOORPORATSir r I Tiiri iI f I BnvGoooltoDlections i irI co ti X c That k the oly kidto 1 in our place for we tefiY 141ve tJae = f 11 fl tr1 i 1 CafVin ftCaltlc r 51 ffPrliti 1ff iJl Iiead BaDiily j i T l v f trAt ollino U fo tam we arpr flt t i prdataItiiissiosricIiakg Itkc4- I l it E WeseieMsIsiath fItt e J t i 0tit c llertknsCoiifecttocier r Hl1 ti KATLZ-NIUSPrs4oab ii trnm IhIJ cy operatic teof Iowa Why Mr wPSIsdSI Secretary of Commute UA LaWr Oscar S Straus aKkMgk MM et tke ost prompt of the ctfeteet at all al gat1erinpat that body to uyjby Secretary of Afrktttw Jkmes W n Klw drlrM to Urov A the Whit tHJ ounds Mr Straw expiatee table eveat the other day Wkea bee Secretary Wlteea getmg te tlw Waite Hoae door Jwt ahead e kta Mr WUcoft precedes ae aa Mwlif said Maa4 that to right fer wKhovt agriculture tkere ire U Mae mere CARL SCHOFMLD TheAMy4Sse- Sir Barry JehMtea the Africa ex plorer praked te Wiihiactea the ia uumerabl tad avpech AHrSla yett arsea UI Beyer MW aaythlaf KtettiSIf- bean4 I have bat sas task teayou permit too Many gerMM te JrMi enade your Uaks aa thtwch they were pubUcpaikL That Ito very aaaeykc aod also very 4aicer a Tbeae pre ira art ftoa sftreaaely Igssraat e t gelf Itwahe Washlagtoa I beHere that avfJK roverheard two et theia CMITN i JM71WJ KMcMb ostlag Fere ferr Her coapaak a aaether tcIHraBBwered aft 1 suppose that totht wtAtr st time A4tt001 The dtesPio4ateat- JI ef n iW 4 iN the 4eI ef JMItIL1 a waJTBCream YIn11Iu81 iN- r n WOKIIEWY i trJIj1JJJA J li bsir ove 1 SI y nflltw LlR liliceS R 5UQ StORE i c ea uiMilhtAW Ssr tAIi La4orc Hclcry wu ose it milt at a ahtttiag lJiIrfy lie was MKk WM rIM wrleg the betts fJtt isv awkwari nanrrtc awWeh kte juljii b rbea edlsgos At thr cky the day he wait te Mr h a4tsv- t 1t fc d v J fWho OS eartk WM that JMtev tith 1rwMt asasr rt T1itt wee a IIS a h wte UaRit tr a ItHwt hacan sheet ed ws4s tss k1i to a et u enattr f JLbk CeMt liiMt mp a hat rkUML with iot TWn a Um I hop he brings his lisa wt hhi It my Wt htai to traith4erL TH ssus M eIpftl a Cw Yleezese4dbI7bgtMt 1MtJraw at IS7 the sk Tier 4 in r ttEmulsfew Of dI1V n I t i kept Iotbr a flntDsii1 w ttheabdamJM wmcweL SIlJt r IJttlllt4I nveladaicky I Wmw1Bcs er mob k limth and TLI j A rv- a 1M ffifrrn flcih and ttrotfttu FNuBecale ttfat tile sfandaid rcmedr bi al throat = UJI J wdh rz11lr pJ De ww ayri QWNL 4 PIaaNss Ysik I T if Stasacfa fisdress 7i cS t 1 1L j Jr r U TlU1l1- +wiry faadly hire wtgfct t i V4 t W suyoip tIt i or = tsbM tt y MfllY r jo r 7 4hr14 PLIpSrM4On LeiLytkiRy wssd 1 k ar M lye t air csinM ss t iouc Jhtle1do euIa e9S tviQ fijsj or lay like a hwip 11 fead fa ywr frtpmacb or if t it 7V kra bsmrtburn that ic a 111f Aair joar Pr rac t for a 60 i t aS ot Plp Thppin aSOiiIti4uaIeafbersap ii f ji pqA ia there will be no i J f t r n l1LiiIg I fl r 4ji ai food Mixed witrr meld J Iia eft gaS or heartburn JaIesJ or heayy feeling Ia the 1acIr Nis Db4ating joi Madab DjltaOr Iiteti- i MU gripkif This will aJll s of J rd IM MM t tbw will be no IacJoQ4t ottr jntb Mo a tpoiOyourbreathwith 1aIIsos c ti- i no Pl aDpttplinitJ a certain t eere for all rtpaaeh mfetrjr be eaves it will take hold pf your Jooi Mid It jttb sDie- acity v t ratoiMoh wMt tnere Act prompt feliel fur all V N jottratoMMcb misery IAi at your J PMt acfet waWftjior routi jElitiMi larg 50 et iCMS ctfivi- iafii pore th n ifficis nt to cure a CM of DypcpeiB or Indigea IilJ t4H11tv many efdke teailag eatiets tkere ItT es UsMshii p rjpr for tke treataieat M ejss aHtWtH1Nttr0cr of the ewascs 8l skew 4esjs Jias awde the defecfarise bs adog otkecw ee perfect is to aeisjsj ai k is aeV a cop c l t tie with faacters tend tkeir pets to tke teatiet as regalarly as wise par tf estcs seaC tkeir kiMre Stogie sew teetk cest froa 4 to S5 e ch wkile as HKk as 11518 paid for a taU set for a Beloved eld canine member of a keveekoUL New York World J j PMUrwki Diet Prior te ate apfxearaBce at a concert F 4 fwaki oa1d sot tURk ORe for a tef ettJte iiMct tarkey or for the t peMifig eer e JIt et 7 be5tg MtIalnglDtU Jt ta MKte except MM soft boil d J Wt Wkwt it Iff over he takes a hearty aeat1 wlUck 1M says thoroughly as bk apke suctU t alughte a akrtearioiM D rlBg a concert he 4rlmk a set leMonade made w tliost 1Mipf It MeMkrdly he said that this is iet tattea4 4 as a stinrakuit Alter the ceacett he permits hlowelf a draft tBese iaalt heTerage cOBTJot BKs III fWtt PeeeMea the a wef AvstraMam eM r fleU to pdvclng some remarkablei jMsjpels Oie sap 4 like a cricket b1ngontINIHT It twa1I8I1tjomJromt1e 4 le place coes mewf of a amgget of JS evaees leeely reseaiblmr a nantl IUB skei aad oa the adjoinlsg clajm a fcetehataalatpaleJL a thirtyeight ouace yiggtt oa thepolat of hie pick A boy t1tePOHt1tlIIeaAeW saw glean of geld the- r gpaas He got dowa aad picked Bp a l ats welghiag teur omaces J t w PIfiS M4ty f Oeear KacuaerstelB being coapllj i laeatH pIi1JHe Pkla oa the svccess fal epeaIMg ef hto sew opera house ptewB shook hk heiil ao te8tly DM aay oae he said ever suc 4L aBel perfectlY iveceedto jlal pwa satisfaction The older I grow the wore 1 iytepitMzewItk GpvaodJ- LsI 18tjJf talent progresses sold Csaasa1 to a young poet your estl state of the aaaster poets of the past c awill chaHfc as has my estimate of the aaereMe1ent p lt u At eur age I used to sayI At 0 tldrtylMIf1 and Mowirt at for tyMosart i nd Il say MMpart aew T II isiThs rIIIIrI 1uaIdibIITkL- f ft17 JWae1S spsrc i J r J WkbeMthidneyi an re a t J1g ereforeif kidney ttedtet1lo Hew Yoarother ers M war aced at temloa but your kid ai 1IIIOIt because- they do eM au- ciibouliw MkutiuT- hereforeJI when rysrkiiIaey are weak or out of eraer ryouauIkIsntaI4 kow qakkly yoar em it thb7 ss1ctd a b wtveryorgsn to kll to doJUVUjtT ijV 4 Jf jevarie ickCfeWMk rpsat kids zevidyt j ieiot 4 trial weel oi ta rJ isdiate rt of sad4rJc 1i Riith fcij stbies ise Us reawirkiUe 3 oUte ctL c aP I Ia- y t t wve kidacy Witiou thie pp CoSDSt3Iks1iyIuiI Wtmaiuiibti the aame waou tlet ea l tar eo tkirWltl the pmg 0trth skating seaS ntsesec4aII5arMIIy s1n the bla saii wi0W1T forhon on t 1andtt tol pleasing t6 se r tJJatfD4 Laiy ot Saranac Lake NYj fasteithnpever aM jprfll compete In all the big meets ready te lead attacks on the best of ndIs pseer k i Great things are expected oftJa eighteenyearold 1 sd who was the sea XDMtTND LAKY stipn of 1906 and who Is improving In rapid strides A1reaayaibg string of ckaraptonshlpsiand recordsniangaflils belt and If we may belkve what the feeding experts of the country are say lag we will see him acclaimed the greatest skater the world has ever s6en before heretires from competition Teiig xMiwy Is a Mtive of jSaranac Lake NS and Celebrated nls eight eea th birthdayI Jan is At the early age ojf foarteen ie could outdistance aay of the crack racers around his home town and in February l9O5 his father 4ecldd to enter him for the In ternational oior championship to beheld in Montreal on the 24th of fthaf inonth Hbwtfiestrlpllngwon the big event handily cUpping seventeen sec ods off the junior worlds record Is BOW history i Footballer Wants to Fight Another aspirant for heavyweight pugilistic honors has appeared Inthe form ofa college man one who has played tackle on his varsIty football team and who this year faced the PeaasyivaniaV PrInceton Annapolis the Indian aipl West Point eleven on the gridiron The would be champion Is Tkomas Edward Casey and until recently he was k student at Villa Nova collegeSCasey Is the mail who made the tpackdown aga uist Princeton last fall kt the play was disallowed after he bad made an eighty yard run and out fooled Tlbbott the All American halfback wko chased him down the field Casey Is a magnificently developed man nuieteen years of age stands six feet weighs 105 pounds stripped has a normaj chest development of forty one iaches fortyfive inches expande and kas a thirtyfour Inch waist He lives in Bridgeport Conn and ex presses a desire to meet John Wille or Kublak f- Millionaires o Play Polo Abroad Whop the polo season opens English players will find an American team composed of members of the Meadow brook club New York ready to meet them on their own ground TheMead oWbroQk team has been practically Invincible for two years an4 has beaten nearly every team of note on this side of the Atlantic Three of the members Bamely Harry Payne Whitney Lawrence Waterbury and J M Waterbury apparently not satisfied with a monopoly of the American vie tortes and sighing for other worlds to conquer will cross the ocean next season carrying with them the good wishes of ev riplo enthusiast Chicago Americans Get Altirer Dave Altizer the Infielder who did utility duty for the Washington and Cleveland baseball teams last season was purchased by President jComlskey of the Chicago Americans recently Altizer finished the season with the Naps aad is rated as a first class all round player His hitting Us his best point and his speed on the bases is good Buroh to Ca Cincinnati University Robert 1reh of Cincinnati captain of the 1908 Yale football team was re cently chosen coach for the University o Cincinnati football team for next season Burch will attend the Cincinnati Law school next year after gradu ating at Yale in June Drlseoll Never Knocked Out Jem Drlseoll the clever little Eng- lIsh pugilist boasts x f the fact that be has never been knocked out He also claims proudly that when be weiphea only nUistyelght pounds he knocked Mt several men that ralshed 140 5100 Reward 10O- Tbereaders of this paper will be pleaseito llearn that there is at leas one dreaded diseafe that science has beeR able to cure and that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh lure is the only positive curs mow known to the medical fraternity Catarrk beng a constitu tical disease reqtzireiacotistitutlon al treatmeat Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally feting directly on theWooi BirII1CQnsurfacesof the sjwujisV tfc rcby destroying the loan d tm + the di an giving the patient strength by bulldiof up the eon tkttoii B vssiatias nature in JX itwork The proprietors have ittpoWershatj i f J lHtcoI-I i I1tlIa 1s1oO- alAr 4uglsts 7SS- ssi l s Taaiily Pillrfoi constif Jr Print by Request Receipt Eisilr fretted at Small CestraM Many Swear By It Mix the following by sbakiag well in a bottle and takeiug teaspoonfal dose after m als and at bedtime Puld Extract Danrlelioh one halt ounce Co pound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsajmrilla three ounces AI local druggist is the authority that thess simple harmless iri jredients can be obtained atI nominal cost from our home druggist Tbt mixture is said to cleanse apd uengthen the clogged and jnaCiive Kidny overcoming Backache Bladder weekness and Urinary trouble oi all kinds if taaen before the stage of Brights Those iiseaseIpositively overcomes pain in the back clears the urine of sedi ment and regulates urination especially at night caring even the worst form of bladder weakness Every mar or woman here who feeld thet the kidneys are not stronger acting in a he dthv manner sho a id mix this prescrip tiop at houe and give ita fair trial as it is said to ho wonders for mans persons FOR rijECHILDREN The Subway Game The subway pame Is fun at a party where there are older boys and girls and it Is easy to play Prepare slips of paper with questions written on them questions that would start a conversation like What Is your favor ltebookT Do you want to voter Where would you like to trave etc Arrange the chairs in two lines by twos leaving an aisle between the two rows so that ltiiI like a train with double seats on each side of the aisle Then the girls arc told to enter find take the outside scats farthest from the ajsle and the boys take the othe seats The questions are distributed and the playenj nrenU wed three Minutes conversation onthe subject nreu1 tloned on tile paper As usually hapj pens In real subways they have to leave In the mlffll of their talk for the conductor informs them that time isj up and all the men move forward One place while the girls hand their questions to the girls in back Thus every one has a new ipartner f nod a new question itt every change This Is a very good game for shy people who perhaps mow how to talk very well if they can only begin It is went have the questlons very varied so that the frivolous the learned the travelers arid the stay at homes may all have their turns Game of Farmyard If among your Circle there Is one per son who makes himself extremely ob JectioiMbln from his forwardness or bumptiousness this Is an excellent game for putting him in lila right place The master of the ceremonies states that the present company roust all Imagine themselves to be the denizens of a farmyard He says that he will whisper to each IIn turn the particular animal he wishes tjiem to Imitate Then at a given slgnal wben he drop bisbnndk reblettbey must all Imi tate together the noise of the animal they are supposed to be He then Whispers to each In turh np pareritlyi the name of the animal tlie are to represent In reality what he really whispers IsItemnnln perfectly Silent When he comes to liEs real victim however he whispers Time donkey bray as loud as you can The youth Impers and promises him lrto attract general attention from the realism ff his performance Time master of tthe ceremonies then cries out All ready now then Every one remains perfectly silent except the bumptious youth who covers himself with confusion apd ridicule by the loudness pf lilssolp Old StYle Printing You all know o1 course that print ers make the lines of type In newspa pers and Id books of equal length by means of metal spaces of varying degrees of thickness says the Chicago News This ii what Is technically call ed justifying But you do not know perhaps that spaces were unknown In the early days of printing and that the printers were In the habit of shortening or lengthen Ing words at pleasure to make the lines even t An Illustration of this arbitrary tredt mont of words may be found In an old black letter Bible where the verd hot Is spelled who hote and hot according to the space to be filled to evir out the line In the same book the words we and ye are spelled with II single e and a few lines lower on time page they are spell ed tee and lelli another place the printer did not have room enough for the two words shall be and he made them shalbe A Test of Cult e Here Js wjiat a recognised authorIty says on the subject In spoken lan guage pronunciation Is the most strik tog element arid thus It happens that It 1s more than any other one thing th0 most obvious test of general cuM ffecognliedfto suspect that his early If not later education has been wanting In polish i or that he has not been accustomed to the society of refined and cultivated people purely this writer does not overstate the case or exaggerate In any way the Importance of correct pro nunclatlhS Iiit Ji A Lettr Puzzle What Vord containing ftrar lletters can be expressedby two lk yhiit Solomon was 2 Aprophetj Vi p Repose arid comfort AnimwersL Wise y1 2 Seer c rL 3 Ease e i jL HUMOR OF THE HOUR The Sagacious Author I want a motor catalogue compiled for 1009 stated the manufacturer rf automobiles 1 understand you do something lu a literary way Yes admitted the author Whatll you charge for sbmethlhgr artistic rPlfty dollars Glveyou thirty- I sposjeIll have to take It I need the money Six weeks elapsed How about that catalogue de inanded the manufacturer meeting the author In tIle grill room ota fashiona ble hotel Expect me to wait n year for It ASv say laughed the author gen ially SIB down and have some thing Waiter take the gentlomoXa Order I want to tell you about tho catalogue WclCslrr M hnl the thing neatly comj Ued anti was about to deliver It when greqt white light struck me Instead menslyIand made a motor novel of It Howd thatr Made a motor novel of It now Irt Its two hundred and fiftieth thousandf Send your agent to see me about At touring dar Under the circumstances I mntttheuek Why They Wanted George The young wife answered the plionej Thats another call for George she said to her mother Somebody wants him to come somewhere and piny bridge Its the third Invitation hes had this evening That would seem to Indicate said the mother that George Is very popu lar The young Wife sniffed It unquestionably Indicates she sold that George Is an easy loser Cleveland Plain Dealer Bribery arVd Corruption t I get a penny every time I take my tonic What do you do with themrf Mother puts ttu In a money box tilt theres enous rnd then buys another bottle of tonic A Fair Offer No snoppctl tiC sharp faced f00 man at the doqr t aint got no food fur you an I aint got no old cloes Now gltl HnsbenIIccmldrepny square meal and Ill give you a few StnrardTaking No Chances Borely I got rather n cool reccfl lon when I called at the Smiths last night but they warmed up finally Why when I was leaving the whole faqillv came to the door with me l Grlggs That was because some jonr took three umbrellas out of their Jiaj rack a ifjew evenings ago Judge Baseball News First Fan Nineteen hundred and nine Is going to be a great year tom baseball f Second Fan How do you make that out First Fan Easily enough Do sntt It have two ninesrin IU Judge Not Yet but 6nce Miss Ascum I was certainly fsur prised to hear Miss Passay declare she Isnt thirty yet Miss WiseWell thats the truth She Isnt thirty yet One may only be thirty for twelve months you knbw Catholic Standard and Times An Inquiring Mine My wit has a vfcry Inquiring mind said Mr Meekton have observed that answered Miss Cayenne She can think of enough questions to lkeep a crowd wait I i g half an hour nto theater ticket otllce Washingtont Star Nervous Prostration I stiff red so with Nervous Prostration that I thought cre was no use trying to get well A friend recommended Dr Miles Nervine and although skepticali at first I soon found myself recovering and am today well MRSDvI JONES 5800 Broadway Cleveland O Much sickness Is of nervous origin Its t1cJ nerves that make the heart force the blood through the yeins the lungs take in oxygen the stomach di Igest food the liver secrete bile the kidneys filter the blood IIand of these organs are weak it is the fault Qf the nerves through which they get their strength Dr Miles Nervine is a specific for the nerves It soothes the irritation and assists in the generation of nerve force Therefore you can hardly miss it if you take Dr Miles Neryine when sickofofGet a bottle from your druggist Take it all ac cording to direcfionsr and if it does not bencfjtbeill return your money I a i I YourI Passing L ShadowI J24If j troubles fhrowa YbI nervous 1rru1sr M r toooUes for ttT j doctors took Wincrof boMs Trylt 0 I We want a letter from mau and woman in America afflicted with or giving us their name and address so we can send tfach one a Treatment ofCour We want to5 convince sufferer our expense that our Rheumatic Remedy doss what thousands of remedies have failed to actu ally mres You cannot Coax out throujh the feet or skin with plasters or cunning metal ces You cannot it out with or macrne tlsm You cannot imagine it ut with marital science You Must Drive Out It Is ip the dnd you niIst go after it and get It This Is what HnSan Remedy does and that is why it cures jii Uric Acid and Uric Acid HaSan canot live together in the same blood Tim HAS AND to DOES Go treatment cures the sharp shooting pains the dull aching th the hot swollen litnb7 and cramped stiffened us ijoints AND THEM QUICKLY Full Two Trial want you totry Rem iy to llearn for that can be cured arid we want no profit on A fair stIs all we ask If you find it is curing your order more to a cur and thus Jive us a profit If it does no Delp you that ends It We do not send a smill sample few tablet and of no value but full two weeks ireatwent You MUST SID us 25c to pay postage mailing and packing and this full two weeks treat free ThereUlcllk will acUl JUU Will be nothing to pay en receipt or later Dont wait until your valves are injured by Poison but sehd today and ffefa two weeks treatment free Only free treatment family and only to those who uetid the 25c for charges for sale by firstclass or s CO 338 St 0 40 Dogs A school for house dogs has been opened In Paris The object of Ao school is to teach the dogs politeness They are trained to welcome vIsitors by jumping up wagging the tall and giving a low bark When the visitor Jfeoves the dog Is taught to bending his head to the floor He Ms also taught to pick up a glove or fan that has been dropped and return It to the owner Lizards Tails Certaln lUards are for the fragility of their tails The din mond taHed gecko owes it life to the ease with which Its tall maybe snapped oh This reptile which will perch upon n rock head down ward Is Ila lctQ be preyed upon by hawks One ot those birds will swpop down upon a lizard mid seize It by the The brittle tall snaps piT mind reptile wlgglej off and grows an 1 An Afternoon Dress This bodice one to wear with a separate skirt China crape jvas used for the Irish lace made fin yoke nail collar The wrtlst Is supported by lining The front and back arc gath ered to the square yoke The sleeve CRETE DC CniKU tJSBD POK BODICES are king aid fall well over the hand The skirt is made In thjtco pieces and darts are used in fitting It suioothl over the hIps bitch Is made ID panel effect arid the tab extensions 01 the front givethe skirt pretty finish Scarabsin fashion The dull greiii or brown beetle Worshiped by the is In favor as a jewel It Is worn asift pendant as a little finger ring as a jjoltor pin und at thQ back of the hat to the veil The beetle Is often surrounded with a curved gold asp with head and tail crossed at the top set lu dull blue turquoise the Egyptian stone or mounted in a quoit setting There are thousands pf ready made ones on time market and they suit the purpose very well unless the fad Is to last Some women have brought back beautiful antiques from Cairo and from Paris which have bcdi sot through the French trade In Egypt Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific for i YI cured by this remarkable sftedkine All Druggists Wdte for sam Ipk X W Rose Med Co flaydon t f IWomen cloud over tbelrtea niglct may iu k bi 1 tJ backabe spells dragging paint I oDa tc of i I 1hsR H Lawson of Sprott Ala writes suffered ytt female j eaftsM 4 they didno good sb I Cardui I hays taken l18 feei jraftfr better than in 20 years Soldby aU reliable US A Mdress La4Jes MvJsrot 1M niT f TffEfflGff OHKDlCIALCIffHJlI fJFTHE6IJ e HaSan Rheumatic Remedy every Rheumatism tTumbago Neuralgia Trial Rheumatic Remedy every rheumatic at socalled accomplish Rheumatism Rheumatism contrivan tease i liniments electricity It blood just Rheumatic Rheumatism Rheumatism and Rheumaic Remedy RHEUMATISM Togo throbbing CURES Ouri i iA orNturalgia Rheumatism HaSan Weeks Rheumatic complete containing a practical a be promptly eerythinq prepaid heart Rheumatic one to a I HOME druggists EriQ Toledo Polite accompany yagtngt1ihandkerchief rejnarkable frequently 1bill 1p a anexcollcut development effective a The a mummified Egyptians high catch delicately AgnlntI- s however preparation YIIoertnaaeatly StLouisMo- Robertson iIforderWine Cardui tiMiifiljiij druggiati iaJlOObottkc WRITE LETTERS OHADE PllLWRltt Treatment REMEDY Woolen Stuffs jor Negligees otherCwoolcllwell liked for simple negligees wear Ing well cleansing readily and even washing satisfactorily They afford a little more warmth than silk or cot ton yet are not too heavy for well heated rooms and being light in color jrniQ extremely dainty and becoming Somo pretty robes In pink blue or Iliac albatross have no trimming save hems of white satin featherstltchlng on tiC albatross with colop matching this materlkl or joined to the robe with openwork stitch of heavy white silk These models are loose or semi fitting and Jjaye like usual slcevesund- tuekI of India silk Unique COft For Ypung rrlJThe youngsterst of this whiter are wearIng all manier of attragtlve look ing top garments and hats The sketch shows a unique coat that should find favor with many mothers as a model It is of black vel teen with collar and flaps of dull greqn clottf Down the front and across the sleeves is a braid A MODEL IN VKLVKlZES lug that looks like Japanese JetteW done lu dull green silk soutache The shoulder scUll is made by a panel that extends from the sleeve The bitt Is n turned down sailor mushroom trIm- med with an Immense green thistle in front and 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