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ssbststis PYaparad onlyi by Palay Ompsny CMoae REP CROSS DRUG STORE cT w ww rr r 7 F NEWLEADERIt f 7 i EFI J ljt q IXYLft Jt7MI r NOTES AND COMMENTS I tL cdtti WfflTlIc c S j You way g throufjh the word but Jtwil ijpe veryyslow v ifyou jisteri to all that is said as you gO Youll le worried aSd fretted ani keptinastew tr 1 rnedd1esorne1 igues n ust have SORjethlj5flVdo tAip1e vili talk Jfjjulej assodest ybnll have it JThat your humble position is only assumed V Youre a irolf in sheeps clothing or elte youre a fooI j But j j3yFor peopiewill talk And thenifyou show the least hold fOfalsUghtowtf part Thfey wiji call you ah upstart onL ceited and Vain r Butkeep straight aheacl dont stop to explain For people will talk SiI 1Wwthe estway to do is todoas you peaseS 1 For your JIlind ifyon have one will 1pstop no use For people wiirtalk V SELECTED ttoD HORSE MARKET Springfield isgetting to be a good boise market and on Sfr public day therearequitea number of sales Horse buyers are tegmning to look to Washington county for their supply of medium priced horses and Curing the season a lot of gobd ones are taken out of t he county On last Saturday the streets presented uta busyscpne The publc brought out a good lot of animals tfrhlch were sold jllcjod prices About SO head passed ndfX the liaomeriat satisfactorj praces Besides the sales which tiere made publicly there were s number of private sales ana the horse buyers who were here picked up some good animals for which they paid good prices Tne general ad cacce in yalues for horses will doubtless simulate tno breeding industry and the horse oreeding season which will Soon open is expected toibe lively f ttD 1G PREPRATIOSACcord P ing to ivports from all over the state the growers arts making tobaccoI forparations an crop of the weed this 34r and the great danger of bverjproduction is to be recokenedj with A farmer writing from l rcen c6un ty s ysIIWebnow farmers who have been gcowiiig from 3 to 4 acres who aiming to giow from 12 to 18 ceres We know men who now have 800 to IOqo square yards of plant beds sown and we never knew anybody in this section to sow over 300 or 400 square yards before There is already more beds sown here i than we ever saw before Now everybody tliat we have heard express themsel ves arE willing to ie limited in acteage if the But joy Tobacco GrowerslAssociatioin sees fit Now we think that every agricultural paper that circulates in the burly tobaccjd district should agitate she qiies ciou of a limited acreage this ear and all the tme The I aght is now won oa the side of ihe burley tobacco growers association but if there is no limit put Ort the acreage the present prices for burley tobacco will ure the farmers cjf Kentucky to try to enhance their bajnk ac iounts or pay tber debts tr b Udmorebarrts and finer nouses j SUifcr lalks ikitJiW It seemed tQtA Stone a civil warveteraH of Kemp Ivsj tht a plo txtti belween a desparate haag tkuSie4nc1 tji grave to cause hfc deatKi I contracted a stubborn c44dLks writes that developed a cough that stuck to JIlt In spite of airjpearedi for years My weight xiBtt Mra to 130 pouac T enr xgn 40 use DrJ Xings New This cpvtry which retCe l my health 1 dsIocaeorrhe Aithiz to pre pEnt Pneutnoola itll unriyajed jansiOoJ Trial bottle free Guar anteed by Hay don tobertsn Failed io Register JF Bishop and R O Boblitt prominent liverymet of Springfield who deal in llooe leaf tobac pb under the firm name of JPBishop Co were arrested by Deputy Marshal Anns anA brought to Lebanon Monday charged with failing to register TheICommissioner 0 C Bpldrick and as tbeykaduilty thetoL charge were neld under bond Disrsecond Monday in March These gentlemen have ben dealing in andItheIFEderaloverlook thd fact and forgot to register The lowest fine for this offense is50 which is a lit tle high for jan innpcent ove- rsightLebanonEnterprise cThejjesvnot any salve any better than BeWittisf arboHzPd Wiich Ha zel Salve e hereby warn the public thatwe ace not reeponsible for any Injurious effects caused from worthless or poisonous imitations of oifr DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve the original It is good for anything when a salve is needled but itis pecially good foi piles So1d by the RetLCr ssdrul store A Chahce For Roosevelt Albert La Faye of P nosy1 yania who has returned from a bunting trip to Attica tells many entertaining stories of ImimaL if fe there and predicts that President Roosevelt will b aye all the excitement he is- lookingforif he meets up yhquartabok Mr LaFaye shot on of these creatures and brought home thti horns o prove his truthfulness 4 Tony mind l am the only white man who has ever Leon one of these rfri mals said the hunter at spent seven months in thu heart of the wildest rlgions of Africa before I came across a hercl of exceedIthehorns stickingout of their nose and they have clawsnine inches lone They can fly and Jneof- the most terrifying things 1 know of isthejsig itof ajherd of these things hovering over their prey U is he habit of tht beast to attack an elephant and afier slaying him carrying the carcass to the topbf a high tree Explosive bullets are used in the slaying of this dreadful moo illeSecretof ster H long life A French scientist has discovered one secret of long life His method deals with the blood 4But long ago millions of Americans bad proved Electric Bitters prolongs life and makes it worth living It purifier enriches and vitalizes the blood rebuilds wasted nerve cells imparts life and tone to the entire system Its a godsend to weak sick and debilitated people Kidney trouble had blighted my life for months writes W M Sherman of Cushing Me 4but Electric Bitters cured me entirely Q ily 50c atHa don Pobertiont Slaps Minister tPaducdlvKy Feb 20From the hymeneal altar to the Police Ucurt bar wits the quick transi ion of Loiii i L aveil of Mar ajfeehim he paid a fine for lappin the minister Tie officiating ministert was Dr B T Hall Leavjeji was united to Miss Francis Parsle As is his cusom after the cere mony Dr Hall handed the mar tiage certificate to the bride That action was resented by the bridegroom and he slapped the preacher several times He was fined 3 Folejr s Honey rand Tar clearsrtbe ifrpasBages stops the irrita1oaIn1- ie throat soothes the infl amedmem branes aurt the most obstinate cough di appearsr jSore and itiiawed lungs are heated and streigtlei4d and the cold is eipelid from tWj item it fuse any but the genuine in the yel CW package For sale at Haydon Boberlson Big Crop in over the white burley t to bacco growing district prepara Itibiis are being made by the far ierstto raise the largest cropfof tobacco ihis year that has evfer MreIformerly every n 1Aseethat have already been prepared tfo receive the plauts and beds for raising the plants have been prepared in large numbers Far me s aim to sow the tobacco seed during the moothol Februar j There is general satisfaction with the Socitty of Ejquity throughout the burly dis irict and iit ii3 believed that with few exceptions here and tnere the burl ytobacco crop ofr 1909 will be pled by the farmers A large pei centageofthe pooled tobacco in many counties has been del vered or has been in spected nd is in process of de livery All over this sectiOn tnereisa ndovement to better organize the farmers in the So ciety of Equjty and it is believed in the course of a short time they will be pooling the wool corn wheat and m apy other products of the farm Harrisbu rg Herald t Kodol for D spepslaand Indigestion is a combination of the natural dige tve juvces with necessary acids aod it actually digests the food you eat no matter what kind of food it may be Itjaora the ordinarj work of the stomach so that by taking a little Kodol every nowand then you cannot pos ibly have Indigestion or any forth of Stomach trouble Sold by the 1ed- ckpss drug store Subject for Night Riders The Madisonville Journal says that the man wuOwill go home to his dinner islt down and complain of the booking grumble ttemeal r tte ken outeidii the house behind the woodsh dan hate the night riders to oress him down Nine times cut bl leu the reason there isro bette diuiier is that the man has m ide no arrangements so that hiwife could doany bette than she dpes There are thousands c f men in tins country who are no half as much appre ciated by their husbands us were the negro cooks of a hall century ago Wdshiigion Once Give Up- to three doctors was kept in bed for five Weeks Blood poison frOm a spiders bi caused large deep sores his leg the doctors failed then Bucklens Arnica Salv completely cured me Writes John Washington of Bosqueville Tex For eczema boils burns and piles its supreme 25c at IJaydon fcobertsone Warden Mudd Alrigiit rankiort News 4The people of Kentucky will fee pleased to see the Frankfort penitentiary matter settled so that talk about it snaIl cease The Prison Commission has un nounced that it is willing to open up fcverything t Investigating committee iud that an invest gation will be sought when the next Leglslaiureideets That is the proper spirit The c mmls sion saysji busgiothi g to con ceal and to prove that every thing is all right and on theright basis at tho prison it will ask an iinvestigation The Legislature ill take9 this matted up among the that things which will be considered and thin maybe We canjjget rldT f it for over We kaow one thing that Col J B Mudd is one or Itbe bet prison wardens in ihe country and that he is managing the penitentiary as admirably as it wel- could be conducted t Mot 3ough cures are constipating1 because they contain opiates and you should be careful to take something that does not tend to constipate Vou should take Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup It not only allays inns n1ttion and irritation of throatand lungs but It drives out the told from the system by a free yet geiitle action of the bowels Children like tile pleas ant tate tbatjs nearly like aaaple 8- 01gdrldby the Reel CroM drill tote Xxx CILlDZ2N 411LJ KENNEDYS LAXATIVE COUGH SYftW An Old NewspapertJ Interesting IItem AnteBellum f We have in our possession a copy of the old Louisville Journ lal pablishei in August 1862 and l DPrenticelff many items concerning the war and a number of editorial paragraph ers from that gifted writer Geo tD Prentice Among them we notice the following A prominent citzen from Mc Lean county tKy informs us that a band of fifty or sixty guer- illaS made their appearance at or near Tar Springs in thai county a fews days ago doing as guerillas always do Our in formant is a pretty extensive to bacco raiser and the leader of tne guerillas told him that it wis their plan rnd determinatioa 10 burn the whole of the tobacco of Southern Kentucky as soon as t should be gathered into the tc bacco eouses Tne bandit may have told the truths Tne attempt indicated by him may be madeWe should be prepared for that and a great many Bother things We trbst we shall be Gne more effort for the honor of Kentucky and the preserva Mon of the arcbpf Federal unty that glorious arch whbb spans the world as a bow of promise to the oppressed of all nations Lgt us send forth our thousands of volunteers to fill up the en feebled regiments now in ser vice and there will be no neces sity fur kny resort to drafting Stand to your rifles hunters of Kentucky and be prepared 10 resit the invaders at all points The rebel reign att Indepei d1 once Mo was very short The pljice was tiapbnred Jy 1500 guerillas on a Monday eveniyg and retaken the next day bg Col Burris the guerrilas retreating at his approach The guerilla snake in Missouri will soon have its tail cutoff up to within a half inch of its head This is just the time of the year when you are most likely to have kidney or Bladder trouble with rheu inat ism and rheumatic pains caused by weak kidneys Delays arc danger oas Get DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pilln and be sure ytu getwhat you ask for They are the b ht plllg made for backache weak back uri nary dlsordeis etc They are anti Reptio and act promptly We and recommend them at the Red Cross drugstoreS ITobacco Men to Get Busy f CYNTHIANA Ky Feb 19 The farmers of Harrison county are making every preparation to break the record in the cultivation of white burley tobacco this vear In every direction plant beds have been prepared and ground has ueen plowed for the purpose of putting out the weed and the coming crop iip the fore most topic of conyergation between them Saw mills are running tit full capacity sawing lumber with which to erect new barns in which tohuse the crop and one sawmill man in this county is rep rled as having contracts to get out lumber for twentrtwo new barns It is the opinion of those who have care fully considered the matter that there will be fully onethird more tobacco planted in this cuuntry this year than ever be fore in jOne yeas Tbe high prices realized by the pool for the 1906 and 1907 crops is con sidered ilhechjrfreaon for the determination of the farmers to prepare for a bumper crop Foleys Or no Laxative cures const patiofl and liver trouble and makes the bowel healthy and regular Orl nq is superior to pills and tablets a ij does not gripe or nauseate Why take anything else For sale by Hay don Robertson Prathers Creek Miss Sadie Myes uffMr Ed Young were married yiillprin tfeld Wednedaj and bs ib- Miui S41e Miji ws r indusfrkxii jcmnx bAj Ki Young is of Kansas City Mr Young lai said to be a i bright and prosperos young man f MisS dle MYIJstthe daugh ter ofMr JH Mays of this OWutIi Mr Young bag a 1 ice position 1D reI1 gret to give this young couple up But may they ppeper in their new home I wish them s happy life together Mr RadRuseH nd family undafWltbyille Mr Si M Mays and familr have moved to their new icmst with his father Mr J H Mayes of this place Miss Lottie and Nannie Best spent last Thursday and Friday With Miss Margie Christerson M rTim Holderman and family have moved toiheWnew home near this place Mr HubertRusseipont last Saturday with Mr LeO ChHs terson Mrs R T Best and daughter spent last Thursday with Mrs Get Ghristersbn Mr Richard Ohrisierson spent a fV days with Mr George Best oar Gunston Mr Leslie Miy ad wife hays returned home after a few days visit wUhhis father MrJH Maye3IMr Mat Mays and wife are visiting his uncle Mr lltnry Dillon near MackiVille c MiasEla Whitehouse has re- tutnEdrhome f y after a weeisvlsH LQ1leSwene Mrs Lillie Sweney spirit Sun dy with her father and mdititr tMr W H Whitehouae Mr Sid Russell wife and litI tie son spent last Sunday with vlr John Russell near this place Mr George Christerson and wife spent Wednesday virith Mr GT Mayes and faDilyII It seems to be that the farmers are complaining oTtnlrt tfiey ate loosing lam sacd old sheep from some unknown cause Race Suicide as President Rooseyelt calls it is not nearly the menace toiacreaae in pops lation that de tbs among infants are And eight out of ten of these deaths are directly or indirectly caused by bowel troubles MCGees Baby EUr cures diarrhea dysentary sour staler ach and all iinfant ailments of tttls sa ture Just thft thing for teething babies Price 25 and SOc Sold by the Red Cross drug store Blind Tigerf Jim Wnt The passing of alandmark and one of the most famous hostel ries in Southern Kentucky lis FarIvorite The destruction of the Good man Hotel at Fountain Run in Monroe county by fira remores a landmark ai d likewise the last hostelry of itsi kind inKentucky The lamented dpi Prank Wol fQrd when asked at Delmonioosi what be rtgarded as the best- dish replied JDrap dumplings and biled benSocb adiah could be obtained at the Na tional for that is the name landlord Gtfpdinan inscribedi above fthe door of lLsin Years agO when the Federal vGovernment decided that a tax should be paii by the veador of liquor Undo Tomps Goodnaia cas running the National and 3 was tb custom in those days liquor was a part of thsetiL He pOnsii Jered the action of the Federal authorities as pteral cious activity and continued hisusual custom though after the orddr of a Kansas speck easy For this he walK Yeu the title Blind Tiger of Jim townJ for then the village was peopled with plain folk udtbe symphonious name ofo FcmmUin Run was notllaid down Iii UM poatoffice direckrfjr But to return IlucleI Tfeogfia wasa bri lan ler1 fo knew L ore different w jr to aiAlra it uest comfbrtabl than ill tH p heriakeeprs etw W 8u i rise and Lss OMa1llOman who spent a nightuPr his roof had teed for l rih e 11 Uructioos rijpwrdiNi klm a 101 JfnMrlllK pitsiltyAunt kse th bliotewih we a gsstae ta csliDsry itiiW i stu4ntanded the cookingor her fxrastbtrid SjindgaesU Ham and red gra- vyjjdchjenjPjjkjPj3s J t I AbSO1rtdfrdht I The bskiupowder II Ro4 Craps Cream of Tij I frujtcskeand it shorrj verfI i thing thits good to Mi was spread before g s tfH the welcome iras that ot wbbtev SMjne to be met iR the State Oenuinely andaiserely will tke Iocs that has ooeae to UM venerable couple appeal to friends and former guests JB all sections of the o n rJliafottane attend alike HM fpot steps of ihjr best sad worst 0- 1Godgratin ltt t flqncle Tomps and Aunt Katwt rvblf merited ifcbetrer f5a- telclMJfII4wL 14 jagipbllbettrt t Honify and Tar for irrijHe eeg- aM deep seated e 14c Refsue aajr hut t genuine jn tJif yelli iMck fe S4iII at BaydosiS Robi a JIICII tDelayed Mr Hit flalcneili sad daughtersMiseem Mailie lid JBelle are vtaitimg rela4iv i st Taylorsville Mr SasftQ Huoirtte la T9 turnfcd from a ten dayiyiiH t her skter Mrs l HatebttidF Texas Ky Mr Lt L 3iNMizri of AaHocfct i rtft it4 tkk writaNrHEysThe waters art verybiff oil account ofibe reeeiit jary rains 4ir Charity Treat baa rttara ed toMe homeia Poliiafter a few days visit to his sitter Mrs Evan Crow of fhis place Mrs Janes White Ad triplets are doiag nicely at pcsiti A very flue lamb peioflfint o Mr S T HIugstewM killed b dogs one day llast week Miss NncyKe ling siill 6em tinuerfbor 1tait to M rsitter Mrs 1Mthis writing v Mr Johii Kays arid sd laro- f Folin were here 1utlwosk Mr Rp4coe Coo sad wife have refcaraed froat a vttatL latters fmolbeVt JlrsW foiBer if Antioch Mr Turner ColPar id Joe Noel of Willisburg were pMaia of Mr and Mrs Eva Cry recently Misa Eaai iTagoatr of CMr alahoaa Beadw vIsa her sister Mrs Roftpp Xftthis plaQ Mrs lot H KsigMs kern MM appointed Post IfiMrtoV at UIM plan and tb pAoe hM feat MK moved U nk storo r ReviitsHCtWfM Yourcwly he isrnW tfcre oc tons to Mrs iL X TiWier Detroit Mick Mfcriif fro s vere rectal- troseblejies mae fwwtka thwtl used Dngs New LLIsPIUS lIwrltelftUi wJioUy cl Tksp 11UOI1i TkLrst i iiA eoepe elprallllah county jU took wHix a tevtaax last Saierdsy attfoe A 230 rock ck They ws ic hold for very BerkM OilJI N tbe oe- I fci itt jail M u voofo tI iadfi mi oritks M OMa a 111tptI v be Ia 1piliofftoM of sellingl a Rttte Itot liin ioc4l optIoILterTitory5oaths oorHdor to a Hrtie exard TtMf1 roof- of the b iMinv jnd just went thti M bM WU tJ1 TheS lAoot styiBg goydby tadhiftve not been heard fromslnce Tbe troth is no body stay iu that jail that wants k r Ioptpit Tboi ghaI s- cotaetors toIths Cosa d n J t1itrevbsoe usro m since Carry ba4 Hit twasus 1O keryel4 tt n nuif le 4 Ho lafl M Ml Mok a7 ha isdIiE hiL I LebHsrk5 l Harwe cous sIjr Vsi4EON7 y devp rt ie4tawee tuaju Wc14iALRiu1mtIiI it 1rTIiiothaasd weii lrJ Wils i Ot pi d fO aoBPO cw be oallotlof 01 rgaes 5 it4 m 5kiiii m dcIsoo is o Isoii t dosIie JftPt th kSr1er 11 01 jDM re amsad grows a 4 s ta 1 that II lluJuof the Meau at Patttd oibar pltooi te Ifcir State wbie desteQ 11th their oneak3b Use rIthe- sight r14P ot- their i4i tbe rigMc1sase bet 1 f 1 jag aphol dbTW Ilt sk7b1IuIgS die whG w Wer aooVtorroHOad eoftho town ot Prlceton- oaaaed Iy a riot witbio tho g of the gonoval aoooptaoot of the tona and that inaoimaeo policies tootaiaioir she rim ohioao do not sorer l rr- Mty the or barn bon aT Btowi Nowa IISMr Juabaph Hjrrr a 7oeijisia whviiv o witb his 8tbor Mr a flL Haaiittoo on tiM Owaai rfrtr pifco had a aarvow ss 1 He 0 S8V5day oruigt4Smf boaM bo atalaijli 4 10crcOMOOU nm wbatb heavy a howara 4hgg rboig- tIriov thdojeht htt Mat bug rr ioto the swift wMon which Tbatwsp4RkrsIOi Mr t Iawh11ss we- aWum aS 1bsbsroe- doveradarwisillbaob wbJWi ho frasfjod aad to- wWoh 1ho ehaar l di timo as bo tho te iitjo Safe to vado ahoro ffia on Taiayd at sS wao dfQMio1 sad cte ye- hteW tq wMafc la attaahid rolled downkh nalnoajr deep obaoBol rterlthe booo b9t a apd wam ftr don tmMffbt uHroond alrifht Tho naptriaouo mM oaa be wHl narot Ikpot TIle Uttlo busts afcrad hlai froaa a watery grave Uj AUTO IeM 1tIaatIKOTO oomIitIdwI thERoaa- dAinba Cos Ie vasduaiv co1roIof iaii Aadsnon sal W ISob cmwtieo for the Oii7 from February Itti faria a aoio of sUk r of Ro d tp Cars F frtheriafN f G MARK3 1 ciSTWffiS41 F i i ri 1TTTITHE NfWsIIAIIR I n ftnD T UDJJe SMHtiCRBLD KY v L Jr1kV iiiiit 9cor JUDO We ie luthoriiciite AIIM 1Ic Dt1r iIe tIou tf t if ntft aT tt Jume bf W i4lifl ofUnty rcuoa NOT 39 t 1WK COUNTY CLKRK i 4 anthodasd to sonce W- F utiiai 11 fotte- eLIce Oaty= liPt tot acttO the Dsocrtk pttt c1Mpovs19- L li to IIi S siob ect parity to the SaHa1e= bK R ASSESSOR W T MPTCHELL M a candidate for OfW tc county jectp the tio JD ratic arb P rr7n DpUt7 Eteq I1JGa1fo9 BaporUof ooof the hrvi st rfttefelte ever recorded In Ken taekjr wen rweired tDibi Iia baa bea HT1 akd t ftry rfor aiwi ereek through eat tfee entire Comstfrnwealth Is beak lull ftttd BMkfc j fthem have etf d Ttdsge IB the 1 Oit Riv r district And ftloof Hb stoMiiw aad pObug tfce c wMtern riofbtt Is 4 b Hry TiI Jor Ofeio k rfs te wjSiijr a4 all points and a Mf flood ii prede4d Warning haaOtit from Cincin nU that UM rifmr is expected to rtacfa tbe a iiftrpoint there in a abort ii6dIn Louisville and I tsmmgtjoat Jeieoa ixnintr the Z + raimlaU WM so hWSVY that Inter j urban MrTioe bd to be saspend H Sd asey limes The dauiage I basaisj itrut to livestock = cr and cb r property I1bs Cwirt upheld 55kve4k4 by ici the New J I Sfrrjt Oeolwlrailrordj was fined i tW80XJor gramtingj rebates to tbf Aawkn Sugar Refining CDp f Accordingi to a dispatch re t 7 etired by tM Minister of Ma ji U BEiIo Ayres forty per Ifc 1mtt ke their lirei in the wreck oft Argwitfme ateaoaer Presi lw fHiJUboro AsX1aye been absentfor i awhifet will try and get down a r e neBvi Mr T E Ifilaoa happened t t a Twy orrf accident last 1 A k Ha hi Ie tiares leg biki t ir j W Settle is on e ek 1ieeM1lIfMk withthraat treber Mr Edward Handy and Math f art ba siek list with la tj gnps llr J A Goiatter has 4 ao 4 laiebihLxr residence Nancytts BeettiaBd JEffie Coulter Mr ColtKian Settles r bovgbt a bore at the combina 1Ioj aale BatBrday for 125 Mr 4 M Shtelda bought a i iKHaeiialMrday at sale price nn f WL 1 vSp e Mveral Of par neigh 1t boo w et to the stock sale Sat mi4ay a your town Ptoplr of thiS community MI getting along stow shout Jjafaiiic O accoentof bid wea uthtr Mrr Ml Shielfla and- Sif iriig sya t BmMay at Mr John Am tiooc a d family Cj f Mrs Mattie scott spent 1 o Uy laatwe kWith Mrs J A Cosltr ltii JE e Coaller spent Sit jrday mikfet aid Sunday with rbrMhr Mr WS Coulter f cJ ly 1 I th4a plce i r rMri i tncjr Scottisi diac a few days tat Mr W Ji r1 i p JIeItiwt4 ot iy1jpIiieuint wether it is l w a toothache or ic rdlIwLAnImet will f ses abe swflte ssd re1ievetije an1 grat ad lire care fort 3c I rrt ie f biMs bruises paIneSIdbyZ 1 Cis Morer r J j t Yak Vie- w7iSi e cit I sfte 7- iyE6 sp5F28 J i JtuW DdGif1tb ebofwjosfWooioc4c P flobss J N sIEb sg tbi bd w Nay Hs gbi LS Verj bu t w bt- oJciL 1IIio Jpvgsj E m tON- w 1I Jftt Tlnut t fI f mother spent Saturday and Sfunf day with her Jcrtia CoBMiock viilfed las p8iaidayLLCaruy LmIIIi1or diS1 tratia MrL hIJl oObMtbaaalittic son Ere visiting her parents bwkP JCil and wife nc1 little gfctr Tisitc4i rni Mrs esc MOore Sunday J 1 goneLoasvii1r tp fkketrameT- h abre 1a the na5 of a German chcnjlcalj which isI pie of the many YaliU C i jcr dlllntoffolifys Xdt J k exametRye 1ektra ianei tec jf dby medical text acic1Miake EQ1ey Kkkey Rerned as soos a you sotke asy rregularities and avoid a erroUDIalad = idleyHiU Our little town is in flourish ntlyOOJDpleted hoo e while dor TocaVinerfchant yiriKalJCratMater Willie Moran who is ttfcen4in high school in town visited his parents here from Friday till Tuesday MliryBrol1ONelandMIMra Cintha 0pnahpe and son Friday night YIJ E Fergnscn yisitecl parpofBiker Ballard and wife ivere hre1toMonday 7 Mr 0 P Goatley and wife were guests of Hr Wm Yatfcey aftd family at Midway Sunday AIr Jas Moran rr visittd friends near Mt Zion Sunday Quite a number from here atv yourtcwaMr Id Kelly and wife were parentSundayMr Sam Mudd was in our midstSnnday afterno In Mr Edward Goatley wife and sons spent Wednesdiy of the past wtelc wiib Ernest Goailey and wife Mr Thos A Grundy fssaid to make frequent visits in the direction of Beechland MrsJ B Ferguson and mother were guests of Mrs Mudd one day of the past week Mr G G Donahoe made bis usual Visit in the Pleasant neighborhood Sunday Mrs Hardy and son of Louis rMrSMr J Ernest Goatley and otMrLevBrownSaturday Messrs Bud and Frank ONeal Sam and Turrier Derringer W E Brown T A Grundy Jas and Ho hey Goatley and Howard Tatum were among those who SaturdayMrs sick list Mr and Mrs fiarl WhiienJin were in town Saturday Rev Summers will deliver a sermon at New Hope text Sun day morning at 11 oclock All who should like to hear a good sermon should attend this ser yice as Rev Summers is said to have an excellent delivery Miss Pearl Goatley vyill tie the guest of Miss Jean Goatley this week andlittlewife and daughter visited Mr and Mrs Montgomery Reed ThursdayMr Briggswarii inS town Saturday heretrading Worrn logy should be studied by every parent If your child ti nervous fretful starts in its sleep its pasty eyes always seems hungry Inot gaining weight you can be lure the trouble is worms Whites Cream Vermifuge is an abso lute cure for worms Is its own par gative Sozd by the Red CrobS drug store j Hardirks fehapelI 4 j hastxas for the forthepresentMrs W Pen wick is on the sick list Miss Rhoda Be Ve returnedpleasant15ItcountyMiMspentlastweekCanary Tjniond8Iituaeyandfamiryi Mr Will Logsdon was tie I WalterLoffIClO1 k4ijt ndtbf Mr fery Sjitep qKbtOf Jt eriila a J P and JOt ur Ul Jrifctf fGrlIJftQe bor lkSadlFelwick spent Glasses ssritfed Free I Ed vL Russell IJEWELER AND OPTICIAN SWTuesday and Wednesday with the Misses PenviclfSS vral from here attended the Yyun M ayes wedding- Mr Will C yle spent Monday with Mr BiLLie LogsdOn and family Several from here attended the dinner in Springfield Mon day fur the benefit of the Catho lie cemetery Miss Susie and Nina Pennick was the guest of Mrs Will Bar ker Thursday Mr Merlon Sweney spent one day last week wzth Nellie Logs don and family J Mr and MrstN rI Philjpps have moved to Texas to continue running a store Our loss is their gain The vacant house wits then rented toMif and Mrs Lee HlattoftFenwick Miss Jennie Litsey and Logan Huggins spent Sunday wiibMrs- J M Brener Miss SidieFeanick Adray Canary and Maggie Hiatt spent one day last week with Miss Jennie Litsey jf you Wed apal take IJetVJtts Litt1e Early Risers Inslston them gentle easy pleasant little liver drugstore The Truth Every person in this city who is suf fering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis ease canfindreliefand be permanent ly cured by Zem a clean liquid for external use Al c rggists sell ZEMO daydon R3bartsn More Missouri Burley thepartof Cincinnati was again centered last week id a sale of Missouri grown Tobacco at the Farmers and Shippers Warehouse on Thursday The sQi prnent con sisted of a crop lot of 15 hogs heads Red Leaf Trash and Lugs Again it was demonstrated that a fine grade of Burley Tobacco can be raised elsewhere than in Kentucky aod that Missouri is by no means likely to be the meanest corn petitor of that State once she starts in to raise Burley on a large scale The Tobacco sold last wfkwas grown in The vi Cinity of Cape CrirHrdeaii andwas sent to tim local martiot by N 0 Ridgeway of Falmouth Ky and vW A Gray of Western Missouri the same shippers who sent the lt that sold the pre ceding week for an average of 890 The 15 bogsliPad sold last irhur dayrbrought better than that helot selling at Driers ranging fr m 18 c25 to 2075 per hundred poui dsv averaging 1932 Judges of White Burley Tobacco pronounced this Missourigrown Tobacco as fine as any ever seen on the local market and from the r pors of those who made a careful ex amilation of the samples it is safe tovsay that no fictitious prices Were paid just for the sake f encouraging Missouri farmers to grow Burley Cin cinnati buyers are not tn the habit of paying more fur Tobac co than it iis worth and whon a lot uf5 hogsheads averages 1982 it may be tken for grant ed that the Tobacco was worth UlLbcco Journal t Coming Ckkf Uoody Battl and JEKorts I QERA MOUSEr MARCH 6tK SkT t CHOICE MISCELLANY To IActorspeculiar attrlhutes necessary for moving picture suhjeetst Is far more difficult than one would think Any train ed actor will nut do any more than any singer however good his voice may be will do for the phonograph Formerly actors were hived for one day at n time or for one picture hut last year the plan of organising a reg ular stodc company was Stlopted and has worked out favorably better re BUltsj being obtained by the actor fie coming familiar with each Others work The tutors must be photo graphically good looking and they must bci versatile One day they maybe J required to drink tea In n society drawing room scene or appear In a costume play and the next4o don In dian clothes nnd paddle a canoe or to turn policeman and chase a thief over1 hills and dales while the camera re fords the nm High class actors are Mgaged and their compensation rates ire considerably above those drawn by others than a star on the regula- rstageLeslIcs Weekly Steel Cut by Air Diamond cut diamond but steel Is cut with air The new and Ingenious method of rapidly cutting through iron or steel plate Is based upon the fact that when Iron at a high temperature Is acted upon bya fine Jet of oxygen the resulting Iron oxide Is more fusi ble than the Iron ItseTf and passing aWay exposes a fresh surface of the metal to the attack of the gas so that a cut is produced along the line of ac Hon in the early attempts to utilize tW aiothod in practice the metal was fir Boated to the required temperature an oxyhydrogeit flame and then su jetted Jo the action of the oxygen Jat Now however the heating and taxI jlaHon are done at the samC tlm an tilt resulting cut Is much sharper With regnrdto the effect of the oxygen upon the loetal ndjdlnlng the cutl cxporjments Inv shown that the de preclation is hUt iiightC1iicago TrTh tine Praise cf American Wit Mme lc Xsvnrro In whom the pub He still remembers the beautiful I arid talented Mary Audqrson praised at a luncheon in New York American wit was horribly cold the other after noon she said A bitter wind whirled the dry snow through the air The policemen had red swollen faces and all the teamsters as they drove kept slapping their poor frost bitten hands against their breasts Getting intp my hansom I said to the driver This Is real winter weather Isntt lti Thtfdriver nodded and smiled grim ly 4sI give you my word maam said he I aint seen n butterfly all day 1 What Will Total B01 J6scph Osborne has placed a dollar on deposit in t1 Citizens Savings nnd Trust company of Iowa City under a contract to be signed sealed and tIe livered to the effect that It shall not be removed for ninetynine cnrsAt th0 expiration of the fong period dur ing which Interest shall be compounded annually the total sum is to be presented to the oldest surviving Os borne In the direct line of descent from Josjeph Osborne the present owner Thq odd compact was entered Into by Qsborne who Is n contractor wlenhe found in balancing up an old account that n balance of 23 cents ex isted Hie added 77 cents under the fOregOing prov1sI6nsDc Molnes Cap ital Floridas Mulberries The mulberry fills up In March nnd Is the first one of the southern fruits to ripen You will find It everywhere Varieties that do not seem to have found any place In our northern gar rfens as yet The fruit Is from one to two Inches long and threequarters of an Inch In diameter Nearly every bird In the heavens and every animal on the earth likes tho mulberry and for my part a jniilberry pic isthe only pie My whole bejug turns Into a poemwhcn I think of It You should have just pulp enough not to let the juice run away aud the pie snow no sign of stinglnessOutlng March of the Glaciers IIOne of tho unexplained phenomena of what Professor Tj G Bonncy calls the Avorlus Ice mantle Is lue alter nate advance and retreat of the gin ciers At present says Professor Bu ney only in Scandinavia and perhaps at Mount St Elms are the glacleis be ginning to advance in notable num bers In the Alps a general retreat of j the glaciers began about 1851 At first It was rapid but the rate after ward slackened Toward the end of the nineteenth century n glacier here and there slightly retraced Its steps but the majority are slll ejthcr slow Iy shrinking or stationary 3 Youths Companion uaiilel B Banks a momDcr 0 r tnt Baltimore Yacht club has had In for ol ven years n yacht constructed of concrete reenforced with steel reds The craft Is a jilow sailer but tides A heavy sea easily Several yoatrs ago the yacht was driven on the rocks fn Sn storm but was not Injured The latest hobby pf the kaiser Is Norwegian furniture and domestic dec oraOou He tins ordered furnishings In this ityle for the iwlljof one of his palacea rind from a celebrated Nor weghin aCtlstlmshad plans for fur nishing the new paljico at Pos n which Is uclrinjjr compleUolit lnnd is Intended as a yislbie Hlgn dfGermau domination Jn the u r nrovlnces of rnsslnJJ f WASHINGTOH LETTER iSpccInl Corte jJbndenccl After a lapse of nearly forty year iJkc gOY rnntlnt ntcuds to try ant a system Qf vlrclcss tclegtiiphy Invent ed by a VVushlngfon ranu long before the advent ol Marcdnf a system that In the early dnys qf telegraphing prom ised to do ranch to advance the art It was picked up and then dropped and It has remained for the weather bureau totake Interest enough in It to j niake some experiments to see whether the theories on which the systeiz was founded held gocd or whether there yeas sonic error In the obscrvjatltins of the men who declared they saw wIre- less messages transmitted soon after the close of the civil war Patent Granted to LoomIs The Inventor of the system was MaIden Loomls then a resident tof Washington nnd n practicing dentist Ills work In wo way trenched on that of Marconi for thin Hertz waves were then unknown and the Inventor de pended for Ills transmission on what he paid wore certain currents of eke tricity to be found In the upper ntr libomte worked frr a long time on his Invention mid finally n patent was granted July 30 1807 for an Improve ment In telegraphing He set forth In his patent that he did not rely on wires or cables for the transmission of electric Impulses but used the earth for one side of lila circuit and the electric strata of the upper air for the other side He said that be usedI an ordinary Morsp key and ii wreto connect his tipper station with the ground but that was all Experiments In Bluo Ridge Mountains Dr Loomis carried on his experi ments In the Blue Ridge mountains not far from where the weather 1m reau will duplicate them It wns cur rently reported In the papers at the time tlmt his work was entirely suc cTStutirhe Washington Chronicle of NorlOi 1870 contained n somewhat detailed account of his work stating tint two mountain stations were Cs1 tiMIshed and that the aerial was a tlfe covered with fine wire gauze find flcwn on a thin copper wire The end cCthls wire was grounded In a small pbt1ofl water Messages Transmitted With thIs equipment It was stated that Dr Loomis ttransrMttcd messages 4f miles with ills kites at an altitude or2100 fact With lite kites at 200 feet he sent fourteen miles The old re ord toes not fJajr whether the kites ire thus high rbcve the ground or are that distance above sea level t Is probable In view of the absence f box kites at thatln et11it the erlals were not put up as much as MOO feet above the ground It wits statedi that the experimenter continued Llfipwpric In the mountains jUnd that In the summer of 1873 he was talking regularly with his assist nut Over a twenty mile aerial circuit Tho Proposed Tests The facts In the ease have been ransmlttotl by ttrofessor Willis Moore to Dr Blair who Is carrying m n series of lklttffiylng experiments at Mount Weather nnd he will try to re produce the results The experiment wilt not cost qnythlng tq speak of and poswlbly will be of nlucIII Tile officials of the Smithsonian who khow something of the recbrdjs In the overthenard who has charge of the technical work says that he has ifever found what was to him satisfactory evi dence that Loomis actually accom plished anything He says that If he could find nuy of his old instruments he would be glad to add them1 to the Smithsonian collection but that he has never heard of there being such relies In existence Washington Relics The Mount Verribn Ladles Associa tion of the Union Is given a chair once the property of George Washing ton by tbeterms of tie will of Mare garet Bayard Smith greatgrandnlece of Martlu Wjiahlngton dated May 16 1000 nnd filed recently for probate The association Is also to have other Washington relics Including a desk given by Mrs Washington to tier niece Margaret Dandrldge a miniature of Martha Washington arid n manuscript letter from Tobias Lear to his mother giving an ncoount of the death of George Washington The testatrix requests that the rel- Ics be placed In Mrs Washingtons room at Mount Vernon and marked Used by General nnd Mrs Washing ton at Mount Vernon To the memory of Heurleita Elizabeth Smith grand niece afMartha VnJihlngton daughter of Com John Dandrldge Henley onq Wife tr Bayard JI Smith Tho New Gold Certificates f Secretary Cortolyoii tins had pre pared ut theI butuaqfeigravIng and printing new deslgiijf for gold ccrtlQ cates of the ton afiil fifty dolhtr ile nominatIons On the facp of the ten dollar certificates Is an udmlmblu bust portrait of President Cleveland the lower pait framed In n wreath of lau rel and on the face of the fifty IS an equally fine portrait of General Grunt slmlljirly treated with a wreath ot oak leaves Thel aeks of the notes are printed lhi gold bronze color used exclusively In printing gold certificates It Is the opinion of the treasury officials that the designs for the new notes are su perior to any hitherto put out by the government It Is expectqd that the nQtes of the new series will be ready to Issue within the next three mouths CARL SCHQFIEDD Pride Stopped Him What are you doing now Y am n private dotbcllvc Ever detect anything Sir would you have me do anytliing xmprofesslonftl rae Uncle Ilcmus Memorial assocln tlon has been organized to erect a suitable memorial to the late Joel Chandler Harris The prptfosed forth Is the purchase of Snap Bean farm at Atlanta and the preservation of his home the Sign of the Wrens Nest It Is further pjmmrd to convert thr trout yard lute n lpark and erect c the hr Wii a laomThl foimfcth 5wll fflesecoutnlning tiP of the UnIe uus t1clmtc 111 n sitii t l rll 1MAND KingsNew IFORC 8 BIKImFrsu AID MLTHROAT AN UINT1OEEL 1 a 1A NEWI- NDEXED BIBLES 1909 THREE METHODS 01INDEXING THREE TRANSLATIONS OF1HPOImNTSGJtlPTURES TOUCHING HUMXNLIFE AND- DESTINYOF60UL WHY NOT USE THE BEST QRUlARPRICE JNO ADICKSON PUB CO 79 DEARBORN ST CHICAGO Agents WantedI WOMAN AND FASHION Gown of Taupe Broadcloth A Drench model Is the subject of this Illustratlonr and It shows many of the new features that are to be seen hi the advanced spring gowns A charming shade of taupe In q soft satiny finished broadcloth Is the daterlal used Pipings of taupe satin trim the bodice and a tie of black satin orna 1A PIIENCH MODEL mcnted with a black cord drop pend ant The girdle extends from each side of the front and is of taupe satin The skirt has an ovorsklrt erect cut In polnts at the sides and down the front seam of the underskirt Is a double row of novelty metal buttons These sojne buttons apear on he bod Ice y The Scarafcj Pin Since scarabs have cone Into fash Ion with everything else Egyptian there are various ways of mounting them as ornaments The usual m thodisto make on Into a pendant and surround It with a gold clasp or heavy turiquplse the Egyptian stone But mount It as one wlll In thIs fashion It Is not a becoming or dainty ornament should go with the turn over linen collar the tailored shin waistband the rough dots suit Went with Such q costume It makes one of the best looking of nil bar pins ItIs first surrounded with an asp the eyes ot which may be tEay colored stones then It is put in the center of a sturdy gold bar which has a secure catch This bar should be about two and a half Inches long The short ones are np longer convenientor fashion able Policeman Blue We have long been familiar with serGe In army and navyblue but the newest color for the military coat which has some promlnencp among the newest models IIs the color known as the policeman blue It Is shown In the same smooth surfaced materials And bright dark blue of their uniforms and Is very smart The Idea carried out with a touch of blue and white silk introduced In the way of a waistcoat Is decidedly prettY4 Frock For tho Debutante A Very girlish and effective frock Is Bhowii In the cut of white rajah of rattier rough weave The little Jackett cordsf s OflThIiIil1d tons of buck satin The band about the edge Is of i Salu njjah plp d ilfh a tiny coril of coral taTetiiThQ lactr underUbd e Is of white cluny with ball fringe The sktttls cut shjtjrt und Jsrof the pored circular styl tin ished with a wide hem To Hold the Muff If you want to ovoid losing ypur muffin the car ortleaving It at aqm shop as wxtinOu are apt tb dQf thavo It attached to yourtvrist by tiny gold or sUrer bracelet and clTaJD in novelty WIdth Is lmade jiSsprcdrlyl for this safe lkeeping of yafuablB fur a ceasorlqs A geld or silver sllJe ad jiists the vratozorto the wrist ruV tthe chains nru long enough to allot of icowparatio1 Tref uroyement of th- ebat tifiKlecoratcd s I5jLJ1r r 7id 1 Ekvatcft rD i f 14J i k i J1 J i i Residehceana Land FOFItJ iC 0 f 1 Yfl r L BtdfoePtsLI 1t This mil1propertkrioQna fte q 1 J Roller Mills is a ihoroughjy equipped plast wi a t 0 50 l iiii rJht 1 t y brands that have a reputation not excelled by any Tiny r Elevate was built in 1907 hab capacity of 20000 l f bushels and is ecLUpped with the llatest inproivedL 2 J chinery The business was established in 1875 and MilI i fAvor with a large steady and profitable irvde i 4 U The reidence IS a new tw story IA rood fr 4bv 4iall necessary outhouses barn buggysldcocrj b efetr all in good repair ou allot lfiorfe 0ro iby 7S Ie fe4cip s lawn beautifully shaded bf large zi ape 10 r4 of 7 7thei county Attached to this is a plot of about 14 cris r7 the very finestlhottom land ttian which there m roe L better in the State f I The whole property lH s together in the edge of ihei ij jfitown of Bradfordsviile Ky a beautjfuiviHiifewilfc Y good churches and school in the valley of the Rolling aJiork 10 mjjesfrom Lbancm Kytbe seat t1r fcoiy where the nearest mill c is located and whcreibU I ibU has a good trade This is an u 3ustil opptiiailjjrl cti Iira handsome ho e and a profitable well eaUhliihsd hness The wbol property wll bcJld to hjftSil i iF older on the premses WEDNESDAY MAROLlCth FtI109 at Executors sale Terwe4Eide 1amm On day of sale For further iuformationr call on or address I T sB and B E TERHUNE 2j fliExecutors IBradforteyllJe Rf p Tt t r riiiETHE PLACE TO GET i I YOUR HARDWARE 1 IS A r 1 IIIIATCIIETT ANDERSONS 4 6t you want nfhalso one of 9 ti Deet lff z lines oflt 1 Stovesand EnamelrWatq t1I ever put before the public Be sure lo k on us before you buy ft IIcall a specialty ofOJ l 2 K A f 1 1 TinningII 12 Hatchett Anderson ii- fli rii OO b8QoO rQ The Safest and Quickest Way to tf Q 8 I Tpansfeu Money i 1 i 1- i1SBY 341rt n tI 1 ft L t Eo 0 Tp1ep1fiiiI t t4 1r if Q For Rats appl1tiI a1 alr i J0 j0 Cumberland IePboiIirTskgaCipsi INCORPORATED J I t8 00000000 ooo t jt tiJ1 1 11 t j IIIM 5 orIa LJiaM Time l 4it A t YOUCANGETw J lTfiI Lou sv1116 liffluaj F tL A tL Beggar Price 50Q a Year I ANDTHES f 04c r i rr TilE NEWSLEADER Y fij Botit OiieYearFo3 j t1 The Louisville Times iis the Best After Qon Papftr Printed AnywlNtre IJ 1sJtradcorpsofCcrespondsts t t Cttie Kentucky fleW prfctIy i4 G vfr inz general sews fieW cety J AjH5311 f Your subscpti Tj f- Rightt Away i iheNewtLtderflOL toTile LfiiviI Tima TliqttcinI IrnY nffcm4yIc wtihliiwi Mi7t- 1m SOGEJINNOyl ls o i Jd ifor MAIL subCrlp ions iii i w iMi + t drdeN for TEfe LOBESVLLLETIM jbea that piper tins 8 rexuu agi WtI iIms t papers by the month r t tyaO PPLprsForI4sThaIP NOIm J ip il PIlES jetHats rJ SW eQW uldtfluV- uw wwi ecn 0 Ni t qDR 10 mioAat VTI fi 7wDR GIJflRTOK R1DNT DNTIT =EXTKACTUirr 1N c a t 8fftrp r rct1ytDR J J MiJbIi- p 1 iii N- IOogflo9auL1 1t2pin j P 9Sou Yer ay4ott Drugstore tnJoo MD i Mftcc M vwtt MlBit JtOIfltNoN L K wtH H 39 i WJFGRJGSBYA- TTORNEY AT LAWtU sZe1 vuI- pWWF1XE3D XY D P W HYATT 600 ovt Red Cross Uroc t3t Oce b01ilri BsttC3- 12 1 4 to 5 pm t JOIIN YiM4YlS tit FVJEA uitttCTOR HTOSED EMOAMt fIELEflf ONE ifii 4DAY49a NIQHTT4 i t z MGFIELTIIY Pride of Washingtn oRrh sprtngfleidCbo mf Man1ilfCtured bY 1 J WbJairboeCoII l W payii ghesit market prl f rirm If you aiit the Best FLOUR ask your grocer for rf TMI TlPM FMMIf weI u l4Ss bisMwI ye 4It wtI- s st am 1oMHM coMed Tiki LaiNs Pills tb Wsr wtkaM SPUSSSN ijftha IIQiMI aU etJau jszy W UbtUL fN8 6 J 21Dscm0411y250Nt- EoLMEtt JW 14ii pined by ItiHaydon 8c Robertson L1lEVOLVlNG t OM 9 PcALBjLL S1ldoYlh DRbT4j KcWrif 5kin Dlseaises- A ljr cured by Zemo A Itquic- likr xiermd IK Zcroo gives instan M cf M pcRMUicntly cures any fonr JicliiiifiSkM Of Scalp disease At- VBm i giitr t Wrhefotssrnp1e E W l rVf LCo1StLUiiJ4O BdouJtobolt eD- t 4 t t rii IPURSI IWNtII GlMsIM1MRMsrAppIsTh t IfrOur hJasyi1- tI1 BWJ JWSS- IstaaI WisKws a IeMJ 11UIPPPLLLW ITI Ii J Eot ftVWYrFStgOd r O- Jiawl boItBWideW ifS GQQD Ot11lnr Qflt r 1I1IM AnUJIa1a- pWa tci he aurgis ielUo to v I I TOSKN = =r 7l hF ad Latt 1j IAHAhNtYOuVIT Fi1sds 1 a Acqiitiacss- t w = iS edcorn for sate by WK I Lefichaian SriDgfie1d1Ky i 1hb Nanbie Mulligan will topea miljinery stqre over PeoI ples Bank will go to Louisyiilej t nd Cincinnati this week buying a tdgoodsThe CttholiGladies tealized the netrsOHj ot108 at their county ourtdinnqr Monday The pro ceeds are 19 be used in improv ing the Catholic cemetery FOR FS x1BSix thorough bredDuroc Jersey hogs Botcsexes d MRS J FL SHELBY RFJNolSpringfieldKy Mr Wagner state agent fort the celebrated Brush and Lane8 pianoswas here the ffirst of tile weekand entertained quite a crowd on Monday at Russells wterehe gave a piano recitals l wo Merry Tramps a musi cal comedy presentedbya com pany composed of twentyfive peoplemqstly girls will occupy the boards at the opera hous ono MarcEL 6th Ask The Lied cir Drug Store 1dryhmarlcroup bronchitis sore 1tbtoatiin five minutes JJomplete oat ntOJr A message was received here by Mr Joe Thompson of tde Texas neighborhood of the death in Oklahoma on Monday t of Mr Charles Donahue former well kflOi n painter ofthis county The remains will be brought here for burial Mr Sam Anderson took two l negroes to the Lexington Re form School Monday Jim Mfcr Kinney and Ben Lancaster both i convicted of grand larceny but being under age were beit to the Reform Scbpol instead of the penitentiary Sick headache sour stomach oelching of gas canker sores in mouth promptly cured bv e Miio na tablets the marvelous dyspepsia cure The Red Cross Drug Store sells them and guar il tutees them 50 cents a large box lhe declamatory contest at the Springfield High School oni laSt Friday for medals brought t jut two interesting contest The senior contest was participated in brd Willet A R Shulty Rich Spalding and Oiiie Barker he last named carrying off the Honor John Handy was the Dinner in the junior contest the others bging Ricketts Boulware Bean Simms and Tvo Roberts Mrs TbS Mayes Ghas Mp McHhord and Prof Water Hume cted as Judges J The fegular term of circuit 2ourt convened here on Monday Owing to the heavy ram and mnsequent high water the first of the week the ttendance df the ury was interferedwlth and no jury cases haVe as yet gone to trial V t The following citizens corn pose the grand jury Joe A Ryan J M Blapfordi John H Brown Robert Mattingly John nderson S G Darland E P Oadma W P Ryjin E D Wheatlev J M Coyle Bailey Ptnkston R S Warner The severe storm of Tuesday that swept over the county assumed the proportions oftcyclone in some localities A barn and coalbouse were un- rofidoatbefarnjofMrChare s tjjjsdon and trees were uproot jd in the fields At East Texas number of buildings reun 00 fed and the ortharclof Mrs Marion Brady near Bethlehem vyas destroyed The extent of the damage throughout the County is not khownJDut when the water recedes itJodouot will be found to ba great to ffencing and bridges JiedofPeulI fj Mr Theiif ore Sftwick twenty ght years of ae and a well iuowu y oiling man of the county tied on last Sunday tit the home jf his sisteir Mrs W A smit- bittbispTaaftera few days lUneas ofpneumonia Hexwas a Hori i of the 14e MK Bear leii 1k and14rm1T1iois Nail The remains ot the youn g inatj were laid to rest in St Dominii ce netery on Tuesday morning TflPIRluriuG II- asaMataaIaa 11 HichWater The heavy rain of Tuesday and Tuesday nigHt caused tbE treams of the county lo et higher than they have been known to be for years past and good deal of damage has been one to fencing and to the roads The approaches to the new bridge across the Bee b at Maud were overflb wedand dqneiderably damaged ind Little Beech was higher than it has been known for v ars The high water interfered con siderably with the rural mail Mr Logan Walker who carries tbe mail on route No1J was caught Tuesday between Hog Run and Doe Run osmaIl ftreams on his route bbut a mile and a half apart and could nether advance nor retreat He washeldt that point until 8 oclock iin the even ing before the streams bat sub side enough to release him Mr Frank Martin carrier on No 3 was turned back on Wed day before he got to Mackviilo and was compelled to take atf ther route around Good News The Washington Cofunty Board ofControl announces that checks have been received from the Burley Tobacco Society for the Washington County growers amounting to about 30000 in payment of another distribution of the proceeds of sales of the 1906 crop of polled tobacco Holders of contracts are notified o present them at the office of 0 M McGhord and receive checks for their part of the distribution The foregoing announcement which we take pleasure in publishing wiU doubtlessbe goo news to a large number of the faithfuli i who polled their crops in 1906 We understand that there is still another installment to be made before the totall mount will have been diE trUii tedJWell Pleased Tnat was a well pleased audi ce that witnessed the performance of VMrs Temple Tele gram at the Opera Houeon Hast Friday evening The play abounds in fuiiny situations and affords a vehicle for the display of talent in the acting line of Which Springfield is well sup plied It would indeed be diffi cult to find four more cone petent young ladies than the quartette who essayed to portray the several rather difficult characters that make up the cast in Mrs Temples Telegram Miss Margie l raham as Mrs Jck1empe the leading char act l in he play was all that could be wished She entered iinto the portrayal ofthe charac ter wiih a vivacity and intelligence that at once stamps h4r as an artist Her acting is refined and effective because it is natural Miss Elise Barrett as Mrs Harry Gran tly wasdecideq ly attractive MIs Du rre t possesses a magnificent stage presence that never fails to make her a mark for admiration Miss Evtelvn Royalty as Blanch and Miss Stella Simms HS Mrs John Smith did everything tliaY their respective parts required of them The remainder of the cast was well helct up by Messrs Ray Bankson Sydney Morris Will Waters Wathetf Simms OBryanQThe specialties between the acts were all highly pleasing Miss Francis Martin deserves especial credit for directing the musicA selection by a quar Opera House Saturday March 6 w The Indian Ballet TE Merry Trains8 i20PLQPLE20 Mostly Girls Iio tracted TeethWltPII out PAIN 0r PANGERI j No charges when plates fe Iiare wanted Il Abb WORK f- I Done in this office is firstclassfin every respect and just as a diI vertisedIiWYSTkLlARDpDS S tt- tlSpringfield KyJMM MM- tete compos1 of M ssrst Shul2j Mru ella Rogers and o OBryau was especially go9dlMiss Mary Haydon was as l pleasing in song and the little drill under her direction made quite o hit EdelenFileatreau The marriage of Miss Edna t Edelcn to Mr Thomas Fileat reaUJi was celebrated Tuesday the 23rdJat 9 oclock at St Ruse at High Nuptial Mass The bride was handsome in a peaccjck blue tailored suit with a blackpicture hat trimmed in plums She carried a banquet of Bride roses Th musical program was veryh elaborate including vocal sol by Miss Mary BUydqn and also one by Mr Harry Krecker W The instrumental selections were an enjoyable feature of the marriage service IMiss Katie Canjt the organ F was accompanied by toe violin mandolin and guitar After the wedding the brIdes and groom and a large number of relatives of bo h were given tiaparo ents of the bride Mr and Irsu George Edelen Mr and 2 Mrs Pileatreau will Emake their home in ixmsville wherethe groom is engaged in the insurance business jv Horse Bargains LtVe bave the following to offer this week SAsingle or double Price 115 A 6year old jjav mare weU broken Price 5 140 A brown horse 8 years old A good puller and lleader A goodsecondhandsutrey ands second hand runabout chap t PARKS SIMMS jNotice 411 persons having claims against the estate of John M Mayea deceased will present same properlyvprpven to m no later than Feb 2Cr 1909 HARTWELL ETHERINGTON Administrator of John M Mayes lti F DNo 1 lVUli3burg Kyv Notice The fitm of Shultz Reidle having sold opt it becomes nee essary to close all outstanding accounts All persons knowing themselvps indebted to the firmI yrill please come in promptly and settle and thus avoid any unnecessary trouble i Respectfully Shultz tieidle Notice All persons having c1aimi against B 0 Cox i present same property proven to the undersigned All persons indebted to the above will please pay same promptly L ABURNS Assignee 1NOTICE jJ t I have bought the grocery stock and fixtures of E C Cox and will continue the business at the old 1 stawLi opposite the First lfa Bank Iwill replenish the stock as rapidly as possible and am offering a large part of that now on hand at reduced prices to make room for new goods ISAAC CURRY For Sale or Rent A good seven room wAlling Ltonor for sale Wpterin house good garden and outbaHdings Apply to TD Iki Indigestion or dyspepsia is inability of the stomichiTeak digestive juices to digest wliat yoU eat Kodol is a combination ofall the natural digesr LIttvjuIqea1ouuiifli thy stomach and it will digest your foodiin a natcrai way PleM nt to ake Sold by the Red Crow cruff I EINAL Mr analrs JThoaias Nilljt of Nelson cofHnty were here oni Tuesday to attend the funeral of Theodore Fenwick who was Mrs Nallys son Ben F Sims has returnea rom Hendereonvilie N 0 f f Tde folbAwing item which WH be of interest to friends here we take from Sundays Courier ournal Mr and Mrs Alfred H Mc a hord announce the engagement ftheir daughter Miss Laura Harlan McGhord to Mr Wit liam Farleigh Hurt of Owens boro The weddiug will take place in the early spring at the nome ol the bride in Xiebano t Messrs John W Lewis and WIC M Chord are attending court at Bardstdwn this week where they are engaged as at orneys m the Barber will contest S Mr Tom Edelen of Louisville was here Over Sunday ind Mon day t Charlie Haydon came up from Louisville to spend Monday of J J McCabe of Louisville spertt Sunday and Monday with is family here Mrs JR Durrett Mrs M to Hyatt and Miks Elise DOT rett are vIsiting relatives in Bloomfield Mrs Evan Rogers 4s wlth Mrs T R Neale this week Miss JMattie Tate who hadb several years in Korea asC missionary of the PresbyteriapM Church addressed congrega on at Pleasant Grove Sunday n the subject of foreign mis sions Miss Tate spent Monday with her cousin Mrs R H Mc troySMr Harry ONan of Louis iIlej spent a lew days with his parents Mrs and Mrs H M ONan MiS Lucy Selecman will arfI rive home this evening after ane extended visit to relativesl atw Little Rock ArKansas and Fortl cott Kan Miss Margaret Bettis will spend the remainder of the winter with her sister Mrs Booker at Little Rock Mrs John Brown of Lebanon ypenthure Rev W T Overstreet ofC Perry ville visited MIV and Mrs Will Duncan Monday Misses Lucy and Veola Brown lefttoday to spend a week with the5r sister Mrs Newell Mc Cleskey of Bloomfield f Mrs Kate WtUiams returned from u tipot ten days to In dianapolisGincinnati andLouia ille buving millinery Mrs G W McBnd of Liuis ville is visiting her mother Mrsf Mis M L Se rcy Mr Henry Royalty who is a student of Bowling Green Business College is at home nursing a very sore arm He was vac cicated and symptoms iof bloodjI poison developed but he isnowj improving Mrs Harry Shader and niece Olivia Clements are visiting in St Louis Mrs George Greenpf Louis yule spent a few days with her father Mr Joe C Shadftr last week Miss Willa Knott is in Cio cinnati this weak buying millinery goods fqr her spring trade Miss Annie Clarksou has re turned to Louisville to resume her studies in tbe Bryant end Stratton Business College Rob Russell returned to Louis yule Monday after a weeks visit home Ji Miss Myrtle Price Returned from Bardstown Monday Mr and Mrsi George Clements of Chicago and Mr and Mrs Polin Sans ury of Louisville came to attend the EdelenFile atrean wedding Tuesday Mr W S Glob and son Les tar pave gone to Shelbyville tbeirnew home Mrs Gibbs was unable to go and she and daughter ure detimed here un til MrsG1bb3Is able to take the trip M rs Mattie Sansbilry pf Louisville iis visiting friends here Mr and Mrs hQstGrahatrli qfjsharpsville are visiting Mr i= prabams siJlerjMrs JIRoyalty qiJBlooinBeld spent Sunday y7i rand Mrs W W Buy i Mr 0 F Bosley and Mr iJ o Wycoff wmttfj Mack ville Tue dsyand prolonged their stay J PUBLIC SSALE dFL llOueho1d Fftrniture =At my residence on Main street Springfield Saturday feb 27 beginning at tao pmV I will offer fot sale at public outcry a Jot of ff Household and Kitchen Furniture consisting 6f Dining Room Suit Table and Chairs Stoves ilIpets Rugs Mattings ICurtains Windows Sbade3 new Standard Sewing Machine Et c tric Light Fixtures and Chande lier 100 bushals coal and l numerbus other articles Terms will be announced ori day of sale J C McELRbY Mt Campbell Auctioneer until Wednesday waiting for the High water to recede and Mr Danville Mrs and W Will Miss Lebanon Waters Katie yesterdayII Robert Mayes and a friend tram the State Colleges LexMng ton were guestsof Mr and Mrs S Mayes over Sunday Miss Lido Grundy is Vslting er niece Mis Margaret Mc hord in the absence of her parents Hon C C and Mrs cChord in Washington- Mr will ONa was in Dan ville Tuesday MissFlaget Simms is visiting friends in Louisyille Mrq W Wright M ss EJ Leslie J Tanday and wife of Campbells ville Were at the Walton yesterday Mr and Mrs ES Mayes Jr Miss Annie Mays who were expected to arrive home last- eek from California were de lasjed on the way and will reach here seine time this week L oversiof good health eheuld preyentslckness instead of letting themselves get 8ickj and then try to cure it So long as oU keep your liver bowels and stom ch in healthy condition you wont get sick Ballards relieves constipation inactive liver and all stomach and bowel troubles Sold by the Red Cross druer sto- reSEEDCORN Boohe County Whila Purebred selected in the fieldI kiln dried Made nearly double the yiild of other corn in this section Large solid ears at 8200 per biishe delivered in Springfield W P MERRITT Sprlngfle- ldKyFQTSIEW LINES There are threequarters of a million pauperS In England and Wales In China there are 1557 waned cities where there is neither a foreigner nor Chinese pastor s A tdcphoueHne Is being constructed oVer the Alps w1eh has the hIghest altitude of any ttelephone line iuthe tt cworldA New York woman who is a mem her ot seven card clubs estimates that every day In Jyew York city there are 14COO women playing bridge Aluminium la now being rolled thin ner thnh tin frill which it is cxp6cted to replace by reason of its being both lighter and cheaper to manufacture- On the Danish Island of SJalland I there Is an electric lighting system which 1s driven by a wIndmill The wheel Is fortysir feet in diameter and Is supported bya tower fortythree feet high At the home of Torrlcelll the In ventor of the barometer in Italy a novel monument haS been erected in the form of a huge barometer In whIch a column of olive oil normally stands at a height of thirty ven feet Buffalo N Y Is rejoicing in the fact that Mr and Mrs Edward H Hutchlnson have offered the city their homestead at the corner of ChIppewa street and Whitney place worth 200 000 as a site for a new central high school A curiosity belongmg to Mrs A Webb of Jackson Mels a bed cord made of whales sinews It Is npre than 150 yenrs old having been braid ed by Mrs Webbs grandfather whet- as a young man he went on a whaling voyage Kim Yunwka a Chinaman was re cently made the subject of a strange Jail sentence After being condemned for life by a Chinese court ho escaped and wlien captured he was tried by another cOurt anti a further term ofi punishment was given him Turkey Is to contract for a new navy to consist df six Ironclads twelve torpedo destroyers twelve torpedo boats six submarine boats two mtnc ships two training1 ships tw cnryfour gunboats four river boatsj one hospi tal ship and six transport vessels Tim dplcette which Is probably owl pf the newest musical Instruments placed on the marM is a harp played fn a keyboard sirnllarto that of a pi ano The lower half of the instrument Bbmewhat resembles the piano and the upper portion Is like an Italian harp At a display of porcelain In China Jjnn exhibitor saul that Chinese litera ture ascribes the 1vent1QflOftOEt lain to a perIod S i pines befo Christi F fcJlD rtjii sarc by no megna certain ibat the art existed before thxi seventh century of = c 0 1NOWQAOyJlI I I r j lIiIi IICarpets ttingi7 Jlt Room Size Rugs S J 4- I fi linoleums and Oil Cloths i I Wall Paper bl mtJo WJIIti ItI 71r ti f 1 1 Curtains Portiere IILaceI Couch Covers 4 t t r Swisses and Stbi 4if v Cottage Rods Extension Brackets nV v J Crex Rugs all Sizes IJti tf We are prepared 10 fMnlh itoyff 1ff I thirigneeded for wallor Floor CoytrifjiMMr J i Leave your now for V Mxf I Awnings land Porch Shades j I Robertson ClaybrookecCJ I DfCDRPO ATED 0 3 H fii I eiir tt f f 1 t Buy Good Confections j tt f f1 1 1 1 That is 5h only kind Wi it J tjzf I 1 s 10 our i cIOI wjsclve oo the friikmiii aa- W quality ofour 1 v iv iti u Fruits Candies IUd Cakes ri 1 f k t t 1 l i d d I 2lt J t Dtitfr + i toA tt 1 i j 4 At our oda fovaiaki WSZSpared at PJ1tWISIi drinks Coca Q UJtQ yit late etc t 1f l i i Lj + r4We serve Meals in the 1 1 ij lgood old home style 1 lr i rj12 Oysters always frech i 9 i1llertIeInsConiectierrZ JJ c 7f t KATIEITLElI PrsV tic4 44 e t The first international sportSEaeaa how whIch was to have been held nt Vienna in 1008 but was postpone becauseof jublleetelebration wifl tajce place iin that city in 1010 Every according to the prospectus which has just been published bas already secured spatesand from tIMI interest which has been shown not only by people directly concerned butIby the public generally It maybe tlsuccesstl 1P1 tensive ramparts that once surrounded trio city These fortlflcaOons which were begun in 1355 and took forty years to complete consisted q a wall three mires In clrcumfere cf with thirtytwo towers and nte The largest tree curtrom an1 orefo forest yielded 5000 feet of IM and timber which sold at an arentft price of 15 per thousand feet Tbwt this one tree brought the nUl that turned It Into lumber approximately 1000 and there are aaaiay other leek tr es in Oregon Bromine useful in taedlclBe photograph the manufacture ot aye and in certain metallurgical uptfa tions Is produced comm ctaly At only four states of this country Mkk 1Igan Ohio rennsylvamla aM We t Virginia Last years QtfJ1it wit 1370400 pounds Ills mainly from Africa Awerk and Australia that the irorW draW its supply of gold some ftOO000OSO worth won regularly every jearA rIca leads with about I5OOOOOOt next cOmes the United State with about t50t000000 Austral ranks third with jearlr SS5OQOOnOL wI1rPJ3- Cream = Yerrna WOH ItlJlTMC mumtn umun 1 IWJ =4I == 5- VDIsrd LIaIsst C LUISaMO ieiSCROSS DRUG STORE p I A I- TI OiaeL t- Ie I By the Young Turk pasty i Ottomans has IJes4eEte h eyi nil the peorleof ttindan ChrIlai4oI w SW trit1y hetotga lr tiAftllta of the a Jtuoaarw s ics depefidentL tlbs long been lGC1tij wsd 4salIIn speaking Moa eea th theta are dMciatg ci who were the OrIginalr a s ow1t1stbedb 41 comp4eheatTs7spatrIl Yl mark the J l t 4Jf FrPi1U wl bai1iS 5 PestrPL dsya7 HiM tamj ol FLt Camt 1 1W HWbat an ptti4j H a w h b J1YN wJMa tI1gKwTeek Hsis L d 41IJr cottSH- Einu i fIl Cod 1iM 01 1 Sb rJJa tM hosu lit- wnFfraGDelu Ifv r ltIfay b d wllair- LSadcaiii lthec- Ma 4frlkaW dckly it wan- bi1Jv V thS r motI k- IwBsuse = Tnt It 1r It it I1Iie Md reNdy WiuIS i NbowIthci1dkwIthgL I iL h tw wth I itoaMI id wd d a HudJ Atlu ot tM wdIL 8OOT BoWSF 409 Purl St Nsw Yi yr w 1wTTI1IT1TT1 Tryw I AsksljsToPrint ITells Jew rw tl jJj IIIJin It vercIN IS- U Totpere fttevwrit form of italeIsr icb 4i sia = tiie ti f GtHip UnJ8jSI 4 ut UIl J a tlurdDI J Iivi ar= id sUydd iw Ora well It aboU t cItjrfrU frog Oie j i kr the lIIMS kHy to j trtin eWoocJ t o1 wa I M aad v aidt wbob cisss Rbe t t t t not oIj tbir ir1faIl and tortrio dk d n ero to Hf Uiw reCeipIwitt 4i DO dotibt be vlmd by muy iJy t the mixture io get t ahd t thtsaowbo t duia ri iQR Ih 1lS O4 two Jily s jftftW uea cw tb 4 JO JrciH r 1ST7tISdSI or Rbi iustiiSijI this oI Md preftfBrve it Ob u4 priciipt OM wMili really rsisys are ctrfie mttti and when you nd it i 7sstintitbsdIy- td4 i rfrb of th sck PatcW J r 4 Ik list of ths Black r tIiPle m KTtoUckj and Tecrrjes br ttgood Jbrtba cifan that thee ft epemc suiioke It gOo aIoc IIks t gsrstb iaoa snuff Greattt t BritaJ repreeeuted by the untt1 pitt Tubooo OIpsny is the ii t1areet bIter of ithe Black Pa4oh crop and demand the Ufftwtt farw Tbt AiwtriaBs aA4G niMwi Wy hihgratssdfazs COIUIII1 The Freicfa atek Oftlte cheap- wflttaketooAd itoSpaaiski WpiDpSysEgKeneJ P LsM iwriting in theMzrchS- I plMbut Msgszirie the terrible Mirrof vNht Riding ile the ae feA5ht last two ondeeriptSf weSb1Io mixed for classi- ficsiGiOt ad tc1dt flore t bciims oaly the Lowas4 proe ATi- Awjtnt Italy Spain and France t polle8iybUrrs herf are employed d- imcjby these govern ment i The American Tobacco Com iiy the Trust bays onlr about i 1 beadrd5tbosnd pounds of a ia e hundrediiiipd wentymnI ISqei p HMKU elJMr composingJ flack PajltWcrop Tue 1Aiieri6att Saiffi Gdmpiny an ttt ritMicUlrlloocerp of f i Trumt take aeventeen or e4million Rounds ACtt jt ecrtteity all toId the American Teipee Gtoppatty and the Aatrican bmff Company buy- yiUjo tixtee per cent so fiJtUntt bs greater pprtioc of the- MkbsbIy e o crop goee abroad hearJI1Li tM i prdiin t in the Black- S fI iit may nthe same irwM1 tht the farmers in ihe tofaf dirict excoriate or it L May jaeaii the American Stinff i ee jalMra hoft4e or ic aiiifabja oeoally recognized Us f lb1 h oi jimay refer to 7 1 Iprisll Tobacco Company I fa11WL wiUi uArlCrI To 4 i TbflIUiIIISjjNS Tk kui IIU 1NtL- r pWitk 4a34ItMadntyfora t 6 iickMdieortng1r J riRy eewky i IlTiv ==ieajthr coad- itieaoitiikid f i toii itocpiiit JWWl ari cof order vi tWIJstteatIoaS j csrtitbskIedett Th rr2INIlm In tin back ill kMMya I tIN 4 Ttoho1c1 it eel ocSl that ua sfty CUeI3d LItoitt- JtqIitI r iitklM ytm akoold MstMbuissIdb MkJb is MtYt Udoflu at- You actitfrse 8r A 1 Mention thibyLiSftL aaae Df e uI = bjipQo Compatiy or to ihe r6jgie f iIlKIJDOS5IrOft- Sytiol i o IadsuyI1 f the seats esrMaeg 5 l- b3ilc1o 1at L L 1utt II C60 Vlrg4t rry tlapoLa JQ thosifsdt xt 1ey rfdY omple- xcN4 bcathe aid the i- rrtturtleadire abd I can 1W attitdl De8ieTltry day and retSo1yt Xdaey Reiedy fx ilfefti tel iteucecie after th doStOT8 asd aJlr remedies had failei1 FOrHle byHaydon Itob r tI 1iLincoln Moria1Miyl Not tf BIsdy The ediicatioa extrpises of tb IJtKJoln eQilHalI on he Bincold farm in Larbe cpun tjf may not take plade In May b vebteq planned by the IjT coln Frm AstociaUcit for it JaD beUeyed by many oe the eiibdra of tbisf administration who were present at the laying of tae cornerstone of the hat that the edifice will beV dy to dedicate in May Gov Wilson hares that opionind ftmay npr eready for dedicetion until late in the fall In speaking of Jhe abdication exercises Goy Wil aoo iMtd to an acqaaintance that hadwinot see how the building could be wade ready for the dedkctipn exercises in May and he teoQ bj they would have to be postponed until the fall If he building iis not completed it may not prevenfe the exercises from being held at the farm on Memorial Day for it is known that Presidentel Taftj who will be President at that time is especially anxious to hold exer isee there on Memoriall Day es tablished the precedent during he firs year of his acmini tra ion of holding the exercises on the farm fliJemoiial Day with the hope that each of the Presidents succeeding will follow he example be sets and hold services at least one Memorial Dy during their administration at the Lincoln farmi Fell from Scaffold an4I InjnrtddRis Back Thirty years ago James C Lee of 1100 9th SteS E Washington J C fellirom a scaffold and injured his back In telling about It be says CiMy suffering was terriblr from the small of my back all around my btom ach was just as If I had ben beaten with a club 1tried all kindfc ot plasr tersb Il1adond3 capsine and porous without getting relief and bought so called electric beltsbat none of them didmejany goodSOne daYi while working near my daughters house mp backpained meS so badly tntI had to quit I went imtotbe House and lay sown for ease Jiy daughter had a Bottle of Joans Liniment in the house and she rubaed my back well with it and gave me some to take home I used six and a half J bottles of Sloans 25c liniment anil can do as much work n was any nan in the shop although X am sixtyseven years old I would not be without Sloan Liniment for any consideration and recommend it to any one suffering pain- riFt iJlstrlctof Columbia lia n preat er population per square mile than any state fir territory of the United States Its average per square mile Is 383C while In Alaska there Is only one per son to ten square miles A J Curtis Of Monroe Me boasts a cook stove that has been Inconstant use for fortythree yeare and which bakes now as Well as ever The only repairs It has bad In all that time were made by Mr Curtis himself Pop Knew Does heat always ascend pop kskc the Jnqulsltleson frell replied the father who paid teat tot an upper dltt a good deal depends on the janitor my boy Yonkers Statesman Patchwork Education What the modVrn chlid lacks most h the power of pusiiTatipn He Is satu rated with smatterings of every klnl pf knowledge lives a strenuous life and cannot find time for observation and assimilation Madrid ilundo 0Tie Last Word She And do you believe that a fwo man always turns to the last page first jlBeWeJljlI l wordPie11etlpThe An Interesting patient at the med ieai mission at Rfllfa raleston iis sHaded to hftthe annual report of the Sp C K Dr COPS writes During pntlentlvery despjate parts of Asia due Pijt a Brdoujn who had never be Ih1sfdeot1 house with windows and had a ver seen a bedstead Bfe wanted ti sleep uher Jshrf bed fearIng loal- ro if Jpf jrlel srp sleep hft soyjn J cant fiir 1raki all night holding j10 tliii MiJ Beddea lt will tw- tkee11ii It wai a s t44fl mttrefts fkr Triwmi enelope r1urnpkatit1yT heard St nlflif tT Jack was bead jover urz lu love tUtaJMC Grace j AJofilyr0i 1 caanot beWttili you lMr jPtaeToiie Xo 1tutd aot dfr thee was s0ueihinr In it GracfWh 1cjQu1 Pee1opee 4- Ws 1 j Cures Indigestion 1jI j tfftstfM YMfeJifi fcftfc liiitu j j Take your sour i tornacliorIf yBBybe you call it Inaigestl n Gastritis or Catarrh df St michI vourlkmarlo ycnr Pharmacisti ard ask hIm to open a 50 cent case of Papes Di pepsiD and let y pu e tfr ona 22 grub Triangule ktfdseeif wifct H dye minutes there is lleft an trace of your stomach misoryv The correct name for jour trouble is Food Fermentation food surlng the Digestive cr gaps become weak there slack of gdst iic juice your foot is only have digested and you becomf affected with loss of appviite pressure and fullness after eat itJt vomitingnausea heartburn griping in bowels t ntlerne s n the pit Of stomach bad asle in mduth constipation pain ia limbs sleeplessness belching of gas biliousness siclf Headache nervousness dizzruess and many other similarsymptornsS If your appetite is fickle and nothing tempts ou or you belch gas or if you feel bloatedt after eating or your food lies like d lump llendon your stomach you can make up your mind that at the bo turn of all1 this that there is but one cause fermet tatlbn of undigested foot Prove to yourself after your next meal that your stomach is as good as any that there is nothing really wrong Stop tnis ermentation and begin eat in what you want without fear otdiscotnfirtbimiseryi Almost instant relief is waiting jfor you It is merely a matter tot bowston you take a Ijtile Diap pstnIThey Tried other Kind It was Sunday evening and there was a lot of company Davids mother l had sent him upstaIrs to get some plum jam for Supper It took the lad a long tithe to get to thc thlrd floor but when he did reach the closet where the jjam was kept It took him evnI longer to get started backnot that he was afraid but that lie was somewhat Interested In the Jam Finally he returned with his face nud hand somewhat the worse for plum jam HIt mother took the sticky Jar and rveved him critically v jDjd you eat niflamT she ftsked ie was the lulls reply Aha what did you do with the stories iSlieftiBkod nenjri I iiu0 em bflck Jn the Uar he an swered Innocently ilpplucotts L Police A omo esIChief of cHen l older of Cleveland lthcGcen Rule polfcentan believes that the day of the foot polUeinaiillu- his city b past He favors a system of automouHb squads In a Decent re- pOrt he jwtld You might as well send the fire engines out In the streets look lug for fires us single pall eiacn to hunt crime I urge Hut at least fifteen automobiles be purtfhiised for the po lice department tar use iri patrolling Ivohler explalns that he would send out groups jjf contefii dhnutQ3 who could be- seveini cartlL ffrel JgreaCTflro rtinles each nIghtdIroping rr one or more policemen wherever sus picious conditions were noted Old JStylo PrintIng- You all know qt course clint print- fnnewsll1fmeans of metal spaces of varying degrees of thickness says thq Chicago News This Is what is technical call ed Juftlfylng But you do not know pcrhnpstlultf- Jpnces were unknown In the early days of printing and ttyat the printers were in the habit of shortening or lengthen lag words at pleasure to make the lines even An illustration of this arbitrary treatment of words zany be found in an old black letter Bible where the wcrd hots is spelled whot Jliote and hot according to the space to be filled to even out the line In the same book the words Ve and ye ore spelled with a single eand a few lines lower on the page they are spell ed wee and yes In another place the printer did not have room enougn tor the two words shallbcnnd he made them shnlbe1 noyai names ror hotels are same elciea the cause of peculiar mlsnnder iftahdtnga Aq aged farmer from a remote buntjr in Canada decided to make a visit to Toronto It was the first die he had been at a city station and whoa a hotel cricL hurried to him with the Interrogation King Ed ward tile newcomer simply 5mlled Ashe answered No air Thomas Cox of EramoRn 5100 Reward 1OO The readers of this paper wfilvbe pleas J to ledrn that there is at leas one dreaded disease that science has been able to dire and that Is Catarrh HaWs Catarrh Cure is the only posi tire cure now known to the medical fraternity fcatarrij being a conptltu tlonal disease requires a constitution al treatment Halls Catarrh Cure iIs takfn internally Acting directly on thef blood and mucous surfaces of the sYStem thereby destroying tho foun dation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature doing Its work The prpBrieto have pwichfitb in its curative powers that thje I fferl00 for any case it falls tar rc Send for flat of tekti sou1a1Sp Address F J CHENEY if CO Toledo O S6WbyalldruErgists7Sc T4fce Halls Family Pills for consti patton NEW SHORT STORIES Champ clarkS Kid Won tha atown tu iRId changes In the weather Jherqwasan early and flour isbfng criop ofolda tMs5season and coughs and aucezcs vere heard und handkerchiefs pame often Into play Qhamp CJark dropped Into the story telling mood HeJsnn old newspaper man and always manifest a kindly terest In the newsboys nud anything lnstlngIimpression on his memory He Isvery proud of their lkeen wit dud believes that the American newsboy has no equal In repartee or shrewdness On the particular moinlng of the story In chilly frosty January he was waiting on a New York dock Engjamgage The congressman thought It n good opportunity to dilate on his fa jorlte theme The Britisher rather iC1 Vented his boasting and said Unit to his CAN YOU TELL UP fTJIE BY YOtm Noskr mind the Eondn newsboy Vas wit out an ouiinl lIell nTvitvH r nilr with a retort dont ydu know that lis as good ai the Jatcjt In Punch The London newsboys ire keen students of huramL nature jot a detail in a mans appearance Is unnoted by them said the Engllshmai wiriniy Champ turned hit quid to the other side You just irj one of these New York kids he said A lad approached to sell a paper ami the Londoner proi iptly opened flra while the boy took tninvcntorybthi i customerINom my boy1t said the English nan can you the time by ybur nose this t tettetmcThe boy t the English rrtnua o IafrtAi f rcs nutisuilI lug rC1ieJIjoplleu Ask your own nose sir niuc sat running The Lead rv ssonif what confused tookout hij iiiiftilXtrhicf bud noth Jug more on hsuLcctonewsblfS was mentiuu Champ reared with tile gleam U victory in his eyenti- onal Mugazlue s Old Faslit ri Srcam Candy STake two cLivrus of sninulat d sugar and twq cupfuls of water pface in a naUQCpan to boil Do not stir at all- after the sugar has dissolved While he sugar and water are boiling dis seiv5 a little starch in cold water and- iet it asidel ready for use later Testt the BHgtr find water ralxturp r few conds u1f1hrn It prtfvvs hard at once upon LOPlg into water add tire starch btlrrinj very rapidly andIwUft minute w two longer Then JMur Into a bntterwl dklfhnd lot cool suulcientlj tofiaMdle with comfort anti pull It with the hanUp just hs one does old fiish ioned mbiajst candy It wilt become is white as milk mid be of a smooth JcHciytw consistency when done Dnuv out long arid cut with large shears into lhedeshed s2o jilecosI t Darning Carpets i Huss and carpets can1 be darned to tiLnIfestadvaiitagoS Lay a bit of stout woolen cloth upon the wrong side of a rug tauten doxvn the frayed edges with cqsuaj stitches here and there then darn thickly batik and forth using the largest size em broidery needles and eitHer wool silk 01 Sax of a harmonious color Darn the threadbare spots In thi carpet on the floor with ravellngs In a fine upholsterers needle If there are any moth eaten spots match the colors as nearly poSs b1e In fine soft wool cut Into short lengths 10m sew the tuftito the carpet with fine twist or flux drawing the studies so tight that the wool stands upon 2ither side WhICH tiicHpbt Is well covered with Urn tufting trim it level with very harj9 shears ATestof Culture Here Is What a recognized authority says on lie subjeet In spoken lan gauge pronunciation Is the mostfltrik ing elojnent and thus It happens Dlat It Is more than any other one tlUnf the moat obvious test of general cut ture Even In n speaker of rccognlKed ability his mltpronunciatious fall harsh hiearejtot education Iras been wanting In pollsI 1thesoClety t overstate the case or exaggerate iIn any way the Importance of correct pro numlation Inherited Its tanlsWng howvcry thin tlmf girl in the sheath gown isf I eLriamcPo1eNew York Life J The Sum of It D6 po man got treasure in heaven Yes but In dls col won he got- mighty little cloze an dunnd whar buI pwine ter sleep tonight Atlunte Constitution 5 rvuinens clan ot niflgnat- nMassis said to be the oniy one or itsS klndIu existence it has a memberS ship of something more than 300 nIl women employed as workers trthehotels boardliig houses and residences of the summer population bf that resort Becoming ilrs Grumpus suggestlve1yIDoit You thInk dear that his seastna hats are becoming Mr Gnu 1PQ Yes t11e lr 1tcoJDfng so exp6nitve that Im nfrrid wtU have to got along without rue for you this time JMufliider FTor WO EyIe 31I isfvery occur at mobth ntsiMytYiOhdWine of dm jI + Leota writes I taken free iMAk WRITE Write BdokforWMM A La are I 4winaGrem mweW THE IflGff 7 GRADECORCM1SCff9O1 flFJrHE64 I- c ALL THE COMMERCIAL BRANCHES INCLOmDINQ TElZEfillAA IiYAilETAv n REMIBFVL POSFrfONsPJovVRiTrJOWIADPREBOWLJNGGREENBUSINESSUNWERSITV r- ll alttK J HaSan JMumatic Remedy II InameI thousands of socalled remellles have failed to accomplish actu ally cures Rheumatism You cannot Coax Rheumatism out 1 the feet or skini with plasters or cunning metal contrivan cannot it out vith liniments electricity or magrne thothorough cannot imatrine ItsOt with mental science You Must ta Out It is in blood atd you must go after it and get it This is just what 1SanHh Remeqy oeSand that JS why it cures Rheumatism Rheumatism Acid and Uric Acid and HaSan Remedy ca live together in the sameblood THE EHEtJMATISM HAS UQ AND IT Go Oar 5treatment cures the sharj shouting pains thedull achingmuscleB throbbing swollen I and cramped useless AND CURES THEM QUIClLYS SS IIthChOt Full Two Weeks Trial Treatment you to try HaSan Rbeum tit Remedy to learn for that Rneumatlsmcaa be cured and we want no profit on fair test we ask Jf you find it iis caring your p Rheumatism or Neuralgia order more complete thus Igive us a profit If it does no help you that ends it W do send asmill sample containing a few tablets and of no value but a full weeks treatment You MUST SEND to 1 pay postage mailing and packing and this full weeks treatment Sheartvaleswill be prompti sent you free eicrthing prepaid There o rt get a two treatment free Only free treatment to family and only to those who send the for charges For sa firstclass druggists aII HOME REMEDY CO 338 Erie St Toledo 0 K + jS 20 tears WithHeartTrouble Dr Miles Heart Remedy has cured me of heart disease of over 2oyears standing I was sc bad that I could not my work and could scarcely draw a full brqath without fainting or smothering The doctor told me h0 could do no more for me t11e I commenced taking the Heart Remedy J shall never forget that night I slept better titan I had before months I kipt right on getting better until I was perfectly well MRS LAURA RUSSELL Logan Iowa When the heart action is weak it fails to pump the blood through the lungs viIi sufficient rapidity Then the lungs not absorb the proper amount of oxygen although they may be taking in a norfmal amount of airy The result is shortness of breath smothering spells diffi cu1tbreathingloppressedfeeling cHest Dr Miles Heart Rem edy strengthens the heart nerves muscles in this way increases the circulation Get a bottle from your drug gist Take it according to direc tions and if it does not benefit hVwilf return your money Hardy on Dialect Thomas Hardy ns editor of Selected Poems William Barnes tikes occasion in his preface to mourn over disappearance of n good deal of plctur osquo Dorset dialect which Doniea used as a vehicle for lils poetry Since his death he complains edu catron in the west of England As elsewhere gone on with Its silent and Inevitable cements reducing the speech of this country to uniformity 1and bJltcrntJn every year many a tine Old llocal word Tho process te al ways the same the word bV the nowly taught It gets iInto din grace It Is heard in holes and only It dies and vorstjpf nIl it leaves n synonym In the villages that one rccogiiics to he the scenes of thorn piistorftls the poets udjeotivcs and Idioms dally UQSSOr to be Uudor stood by the younger generation wny rto Didnt ntsz It was InarrlPd naus nieht nt tii revival jIllNUnltILI nil you band who have troubles on your minds stand up1 sluiutfld the emutlun nl ircnrlicr ntnft Iwltsht his sjmsrt Install tljr every nina In flU cluircli to his feet oxrppt one t Allah exclalmetq thoproaehpr pp Cr tag put ut this lone sit Cur who occu pied a chair near the door nud wart InnrnUllonlIt nln t that piped brtolc this one gnHolfhim JI5antI get UPftnl ParnlY d PicturesSThcv toW us tho prcttv forn Ard tlua eyed gragics tell Waroatg alt thwlnter thtougJ u6z4ste l Utow wall They mujtt bo yalkinp in their ille2or n t10O ifdwna of Rb I1d Pcath11vpwMtim paijitcd ihent IdiilRh tYouths Csn Eczema is Cur bte ZEMP a sciatic preparation for ixt fal usa Stop itchiaf instantly destroy the germs that caUM skin dtH MM EaMin quickly yifUc mad is p rman itly CUt by tWukblenwdteiac All Dmf firt Write fetaDie E Ross M lCo St Louis Mo Raydon Rubertson J I j t- I Women troubles often regularty a certain time every Bca sethlsmayhaveb all t s Car f Mrs Forte of Toledo III fir am ireH rieaslid 1th tfaa a J rf MA ryAai J three bottles and am now perfectly veil from pain aai hay galn d 25 poaodt to tic today forafree copy ef valuable 64MgfcHartnfrd If I tETTCfl1 1 escribeyoursymptomsstatln 4n4retIIYwl MfttI 1les AdvtsotY Dept te h1ttu100ca eo T I Of J tease the um tic Is Uric Rheumatic not To DOBS limb stiffened i want is all to cure nn1 not practical two us 25c two week one 25c by orSu do in do in and and of the has eff ridhulcd corners nouns his tit rose that and W PEOPLE OF THE DAY i Big Stick Vecjuff Pitchfork Benjiimlir Rynn Till man senior sen iitor from South Carolina who vrasre ccntly culled JJloutto defend himSelf t from n personal attaik made by the president long ago rort the Sobriquet of Pitchfork Den This was before he hind been Invested with tho sena torial toga In the course of a speech In Ills native State referring to Presi dent rtln nlanul ln said nut Ift r rftn the senate j promise that I will iiseg pitchfork in the presidents fntWa ribs t Tillmnn has beeii a pe IScnator of the n pro In politics and BESlA1W IL TILLYA assails tho race in and out of season Be passed a bill disfranchising them when ho was governor He beldpli foreellct10rIGrumls n negro Yet the superintend cut of his plantation Is Ben a negro he has had with Urn for over twenty five years and in whose charge he leaves his family and all hIS interests when he goes to Washington alone A farmer by occupation he wtu twice the candidate of tho farmers for gubernatorial honors winning after a hot fight In ISOOnud walking In two years later lie has bean elected to the United States senate three times present term expiring in 11113 Ills A Letter Puzzle It word con rt Jit g ftftir lettej be expressed bjr two What SOIoD1 nms1 2 A prophetSRcpoic and ck irtt Jjinwers l VUte 1 Y Se- orrnt 3 Ease c b Old People NEED VINOL J it strengthens and vitalizes Vinol tones up the digestive organs aluX assimilation enriches tile Liood and rojuyenates every organ In the body In this natural manner Vlnol l replaces weakness with strength evcf1Wdnit dont we will refund tbehmoaq RED CROSS DRUQ STORE u5 Ou- rSubscrbewl 1 t For a limited tim WC wiHpye tolitotyvfmttf 4i charge toeach new or ren winfsufccriljer a jWrs subscription to I 55 Southern Agriculturisttt S NAHVILLE TENN 4S For forty years this paper has IIeii th Ay of thousands of Southern farioers If yen sis itV a sbcribertothc NfewiLed er if yem scription has expired order NOW and ft thC V valuable present free We reearye Af viqkt withdraw this offer at any time so HURRY U j Address The Newr4eaderSpringfield r 1 I v t ff4f t lEat What Ii rI- i I tLffI 1 You need a sufScie t amount of- goodwholesomefood and more thaa this you need to fully digest it Else you cant gain strengi ih nor can you strengtfienyour stoi lach if It is weak You must eat inordertollyeand I maintain strength You must not diet because the j body requires that you eat a suffic Jent amount of food regularly I But this food must bo digested and It muSt be digested thoroughly Whoa the stomach cant do it- you must tJkesomethingthat will help thestomachS The proper way to do Is to eat what you vant and let KOdoid1 gest the foodIOthingf else can do this When the stomach Is weak it needs help you must help It by giTtof It wst and Kodol will do Uut Becauseits cletn Becauseits econom ical Because saves time Because ifgives be tcooking results Because its flame can be instantly t To Our t l i Go to 2our drugk t IIrpurchase A dollar Itoj iaii jit i can hotkst sa r1breceive any bMIU free ft using the entire bottte thI gist will refund yoSYithout qusst1pt di1sy WCWiu t t F Thk offer applisa to tttt Jfcfkf bottle only aad tov tout M te a 4Sfamily 1 fr r yftO2 1f t OO9 ilIde1s5 or i Itwou1d binru t Tiedo1larbott1eeoMsSiiuciM the fttjo 15Xodolis m 4 xttbt otil C icwitt eo cm JrOLB BY RED CROSS SS S5LJ r fl 1 Use A NEW PERlJID WickBIumeOflCSIrn it regulttfedi Gutran Ot QtS DRUGSTORE Because itwill not orrhe t 0Because itiis better than the c1 oi ut iii Becaus it ilthe Ir tMl For other reason M stow nt jeur or write our nearest agency 1lade in thiee siass and hilly 1aIraaf14 TJM DLJtnJIr=MW lpt SaM abesS10hJ Wt t d beautihIl7 d AlSltker1ibt tac IdInr lI4watint Wrt t = tqS5jr41ealarSfAiW j Sisi5r JdidMSbsJ in th Throat Just a little tickling in the thVOM tK Is tW What troubles you Butithanon Citt get rid of Hi Home renv edie dont take itold You ae dfoinething strongera regular medicine a ite NcHnMiciiie Ayers CherrySPectoral contains healing quieting and soothing proper ties of the liigliest tAskyour doctor about this Noalcob l in this couch n mdne rc Ayer Co Low ll fcw Conta4SilS aiDnp6SHiveI y tgf teal yjpxMliyaiiow it to continue I An actVS Kverl57lgr tprcenHve6fdl5ea3CAfa5PlJ UvtrpiIls What dues your doc tor ayf J5SSSS