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Jea As1Mrka1 vlf pQdsb1 City Attormey w JU TICCQUKT jit Jlai cttW In Jaar iI1yAOtt hOf Cltdr Dirctry METBODIST CHIJRCa lifer 0q V King pastor Scr Il TKfiery ftttiay 11 a ai ai d73Opm r my 4k scyUd7 trt19a triP 7c ilPsPi every WK1i1e6da t1lf CATHOLIC CBUkCb w P 1 geeewa Pastoroe5t1 k 44u YUT Sita4a7at 8 a 41Q oc1ot I Secded atSt oeMrn hORN i C vpmi BTTiRiAJr OHURCB I Jfey B F 0 Lawson pastor 1 YY uay ate 11 1W si 1 piadsy IKheo1 every i daT at 10 am Jtiju rn1t233 j TJier Tkmr JltTe1IbllI 7 ooioct = AJ TIST CHURCH v v HeT Wi crii ViUiaajh Pastor K t fj eJHJ f eTeryttlJlayat 1 ap ij 4 74i pasday School ever JlkMiAaj at 9 i Prayer Mein- TerrvT JIIat 745 o Jocl p i iOREtISTI iff t N CHURCH RAT V rW fP4sto Set k Irt i4 fouthSunday Sutdaj iIiLo1 jk 1 +v p ratrRaI Order i M t4NjC LOMtx Sy rlu gfl eld lod g iJ4 Mi ftrit a d third Mbudaj 41C1Mh f tO jjrji JUrWm R tX Chapter No 57 i k AtKs SVCT jMMMd Ttieedav adNC iilot2eetaon f CTrt KrZiaw Ti j cAESMeet f l I rtcbauo i tj E 8 k HONEY TAR flifngiiii f AXATIEMghremE For osg sIms iJIroat 4trouble N iIljlb tup4svjw rI roLE flOfysDd TAR ilite Y8oDt1Ie 1Picardl p toy Ovmpariy Chic1 J RED CROSS DRUG STORE rJ w i j1jr 1 t THE NEWS=LEADEi t IIWEIY9L XYIO9SPRINGFIELD DENTISTOovsr FULEYS CallForGonVtntiba To the Ilepmblicdn Electors of u14 1tbJQdi Distictt i Piirgttait to caUj a meeting of the ll h Judicial Distri tRt piio1ieu Committee of KJ was his dty held in room 88 Har deity Hotel Lebanon Ky At aid meeting it Wi ordered and directed by said committee that all the Republican County Committees in this tie llth Judi cial District of Kentucky call maae conventions to meet at the County spat of said District on March 27th 1909 at cna oclock p m1 standard timevt- o seleci flelesates to attend a Judicial District convention hereb clt td to meet iin Lebanon Ky Wednesday March 31st 1909 at erie oclock p m s andard time to nominate candidates for the es of C rcuit Judge and Com monwealths Attorney inthht the llth Judicial District of Ky 0 be ofed for at the Nov elec tion 1909- Tbe bays of representation shall be one delegate for each oneliundred qV a fraction over fifty votes cast for President W H Taft at the regular election 1908 vizIGreen 13 Washing on 15 and Taylor 12 Lebanon Ky Feb8id 1909 W F GRIGSBY- Chran llth Judcial Dist Ky W P Milby Secty To the Republicans tf Washibg Coubty Kentucky Pursuant to the foregoing can of the Republican District Com mittee of the 11th Judicial Dig trict itiis ordered by the Repub lican County Coirimittete of Wish in Lon County Kentucky that the Republicans of Washington County Kentucky meet in mass convention at the Court House in Springfirld Washington Coun ty Kentucky on SaturdaVMarch- 27tt p1900 Xt one cckJmt standard time to selecT delegates tOiattenara Judicial District cot vention called to meet in Lje banon Ky Wednesday March 31st 1909 at dte oclock p m standard time to nominate can aidates for the offices of Circuit Judge and CommonweaUhs At torney in this the llth Judicial District of Rv tObe v ted for tit theNov election 1909f W F GRIGSBY 3Chairmaii A M DUNCAN SRC f ST4T OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO t 55 LUCAS COUNTY f Frank Chepey makes oath that he is senior pal tuer of the firm of F J Cheney and Ctt doing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL LIARS for each and every case of Ca tarrh tbat cannot be cured by the tee of Halls Catarrh Cure- FRANK J CHENEY Swore to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of rtie cember A D 1886 SEArA W GLFASON NOTARY pUB IC Halls Catarrh Cure iis taken intern Hijy and acts directly on the blood and mucnous sarfaces Of the system Send for testimonials free t F J CHENEjr CO Toledo b Sold by rll Druffjrist8 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation Prattlers Creek Miss Sadfo Wilkerson and Mr TEssie Mav were marriedL Springdeld Thursday Miss Wilkerson is the I daughter of Mr J R Wilkerson of this l place Mr May is a prosperous young farmer We extend con gratulatio stothe young couple nd wish them along and happy life together We have been having yer fineweaiher The farmers are burning their tobacco beds The farmers are naving some badjuck with their lambs They are miyhty disheartened through this section xl Mss Margie Chnstersbn has returned borne alter a few xlays spent with MissesLizzie and Ida itst Mrs Ida Coyle and little son Robert of Long Run spent Friday with Mrs G H phrisr terson and family Mrs Mattle Russell of Long Ran Ysitisilberi parents Mr afed Atrs Ifv HWbitehoufe Mrs Mary Russell and chil- fren visited her par ht4IJYr- land Mrs James Lowe Monday Mt Julia Kimberlin visitetfl J her pnrerits Mr and Mrs Blake ArnOld iieaiMaCk7iIIe Mrs Girtie Russell and li lie daughter One Lee visted her sister Mrs Mary Russell Mr Mat Mye and wife pent last week with big parents Mr and Mrs GTJ Mlye1I What has become df our Long Run correspondent He has bean absent for several weeks A RelllliusAiilifrs StatemeHl Rev Joseph H Fesperman Salts bury H C whq is tile author of gev efal ookswritelilFor several years iI was afflicted with kidney trouble and last winter I was sudden ly stricktin with a severe pain in my kidneys and was confined to bed eight days unable to get up without assistance My urine contained a thck white sediment and I passed aam day and hrht I commenced taking Foleys ilemed and the pain graduatn abated aud finally ceasu and my became normal I chcfilIy recommended Foleys Kidney Remedy Sold by HaydQn and Robertson Anniversary Mr and Mis CO Cambron wiljbe at home to their fnumer ous friends at their residence on Spalding avenue Monday March 1st from two tosix oclock in the afternoon the occasion bging the fiftieth anniversary of their marriage Mr and Mrs Cam bron have issued no invitations but will receive their friends informally Thrtse two pood pp pl who have somlong made their home in Lebanon are i ery high ly estetned by a wide circl of friends who will deVm it a great pleasure tboffer sincere congratulations that they have reached the advanced post in married life marked by a golden anniversary The Leader which prizes Mr and Mrsv vfambron as among its earliest friends tenders congratulations in advance and expresses th- euanyjthfniersarjes hoe hlf may yet be allotted tJem Lebanon Leader oursto tchmake sour people It makes your dispsihnsourY4ut become dsltked becanse of your sour nature Every bitof it can be stop pedjust as soon as you take something to digest the food you est Sour stomach is caused by totJmuch acid arising from undigested food Kodol fqr Dyspepsia and Indigestion Will digest any kind of food in any combination at any and all time Ke art you stomach welll by faking Kodol now and then Sold by tbe Red Cross DrugStore Acsigne Mr JW Crume individually ss the surviving member of the firm ofJW Crume and Bro4 has filed a petition in bankruptoy ip the Federal court at Louisville He owes 1045814 and his assets represented 7345 Of the liabilities 995314 reiin insured claims in amounts run fling from l0 to lt1600 arid owed to Lebanon firms and In dividuals The items are about equally divided between pro missory notes and accounts lOt merchandise Of the assets 2500 4s represented by stock in trade in the seed and impilemem business 050 ia carriages and wagons 1500 in open accounts 180J in livestook MrJ Crume has not decided as to what he will do in the future but what Lever it may belhis host of friends wll wish him unbounded success He is orfe of our most energetic usjeful l acd worthy citizens Leader i Foleys Kidney Remedy will cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble that Is not beyond the reach of medi clue Cpres backache and Irregulari ties that if neglected might result in bnghts disease or dIabetes Sold by Haydn and Robertson lAUTOMOBILEb Ish to state thatIhave contracted with the Rep and Haynes Automobile Cos to have excluiV controlof Marion Anderson and Washington countk for the coming fyr froin February 1st fortlieSiLleof all lands of Reo and H yne4 Cart For ftirther infornmtioii ddrMS N G MARKS SprincfieldKyj J iMttguration off the 1 l Twenty=sev nth President Mbre Imposing and Costly It Will Be Function Than Any of Its PredeceSsbrs t ROM present Indications it is ap F parent that there will be no falling off Inf the inaugural cel ebration this year Althoughhe never lod a cbargp of yrough riders and has tactual right to sing Cheer tip Comrades Mr Taft will be honored by an Attendance af the inaugural cer- emonieS of as greatii nillitary force 03 that which marched in parade behind President Roosevelt In keeping with the essentially peaceful and civic char acter of the Incoming president the in flustrlal and civilian feature of the pa rade of next March 4 will be far more extensive and Imposing than ever be fore The program of the Inaugural period Is divided Into five Important featpres and some others of a lesser degree of interestfirst the imposing military division of the pageant which has been arranged on a big scale by Major General J Franklin Bell who Is grand marshal second the civic organlzatlou division of the parade with Major Thomas P Morgan chairman bf the oftbespeaker plenipotentiary lCORYRIGHT I9QBBY BROS NY wn T VHTAFT TWENTYSEVENTH PRESIDENT committee in charge as marshal third the great display of fireworks on the White lot Just IIi front bt thef White House fn combination with the illuI mlnatlon the streets of Washington through the downtown section the dome of the United States cnpltol anti thQ Washington monument and a drill and display of pyrotechnics by the Re- pUblican Flambeau club of Minneapo lis fourth the Inaugural ball In the pension buIldIngs the biggest brick structure Jn the world fifth the forenoon parade of the American veteran soldiers and sailors of the O A ll the United Spanish War Veterans anti thfe Army and Navy union which will form the escort of honor for rresltlcnti Elect Tnft und Vice President EIet Sherman froni the White House to thej capitolL where they 1I1ttake the oath of office preceding the big parade iftdj other features Sailors and Marines The details of the big military pa rude have been worked out by BrigaT dler General John A Johnson chief otI General Bells staff assisted by Samuel D SturgIs adjutant general both regular army officers on duty at the war department here Is the In auguratlon day program inn nutshell as prepared by theni The morning escort of the president from the White House to the capitol at 10 a m by the veteran grand did sion the exercises at the capitol on a stand accommodating 700Q persons concluding with the administration of the oath of office ttq the president and his address the assembly of the mili tary and grand division In the streets south and southeast of thC civic grand division In tho streets west rind notth west of the capitol the afternoon es cort of the president by the rallltiiry and civic prnrd divisions front the capitol to the White House at the con elusion of his Inaugural address at about 120 pm review of the mill tarji and civic grand divisions by tIf president from hjs stand In the cour of honor In front of the White house from nbout 3 to C In the afternoon and the dismissal of the parade the dis play of fireworks from 730 to 0 p in In the military division there will be about 3000 Bailors and marines from the battleship fleet fresh from Its cruise nr und the world the famous Philippine onstabulary bnfcd the mid flhipmcn and cadets front the ncade mica at Annapolis and West Point Tile Joint committee of the two houses of congress purposes to make the ceremonies attending the actual in augrntIou of President Taft and Vice President Sherman as solemn and dig nlfied as befits so important an event Joy and music and the spirit of festlv ity win mark the Inaugural parade and tbe scenes along the streets will be as brilliant as ever bet in the capl tol and tlthIInaugural tend erected its east frost solemnity jand dignity Tvlll dominate The detail are already perfected and every eeWadl every employee understands tie part he Is to playThe senate will complete the wort Of tbela8t HeajOou oJ turn KMM r grcw uOUUt xtJ3oua m onMarcn 4 ano Tvlll then take a recess so that the scenery may be set for the Important act In the grent drama of the republic sq soon to take place Shortly before noon jhe vIce president will call the senate to order The secretary of the tives nail they will file Into tIe senate chamber and take the places assigned to them Next In order will come the supreme court of the United States headed by Chief Justice Fuller and then the ambassadors and ministers of the foreign nations Following the heads of the diplomatics corps will come the heads of the exec utive departments who will take their placejs Immediately back of the seats assigned to thfr chief figures in the dratria Following the cabinet the vice presi dent elect will be formally announced and will enter accompanied by his Cjl eoriSnnt 1tA PACH POI or me stniaiu ana Kei rosentative Young The president elect will be Ithe nest announcement end William H Taft ncrdlnpnnld by Senators Lodge win l1t rnlll final sldint of the United State nlorn At each announcf IKnoxnt enIJp assfcblnso will rIll standing until the person Is seated Fairbanks Valedictory When all the dignitaries have ar rived the vice president will deliver his valedictory find wflt then call to the rostrum James S Sherman to whom he will admhilster the oath of the vice president of the United States after which be will declare the enato adjourned without day Raving been sworn Mr Sherman will ascenfr the rostrum and taking the gavel wll call tho fenate to order for the Iiew session and will ask that new members 6f tho senate conic forward and tnk the oath of office Presumably thprt will be sixteen new faces in the senate Each new senator accompanied JY his colleague wjll step forward and take the oath This done the entire assem binge will proceed to the inaUgurall stead The pcrgoantsatarras of the senate and the house will lead the stately procession This Is an Innottitl6n as heretofore It haS been led by the mar shals of the supreme court and pf the District of Columbia Thos present in the senate chamber will fall into llni In the same order ijn which they en tered the senate and the entire com paTty will march to tho inaugural l stand The troops gathered in front of tile stnnd will present arras as the presi dent n nd the pjfipWent 01oct appear at tlu main door of the capltol and when tjcy hare arrived at the front of the stand Chief Justice tfuller wllfrstep forward and administer to MrvfTnft the oath of office following which thfe now president will deliver his Innul gum address which Is understood to be nuusuiilir brief From the stand the president Wjlll descen a flight of etepnto his carriage awl drive mime diately to the White House where hs may smutch n brief fun heon befop taking his place In the stand I There will be a slight change tsyear In the order of the progress oft president thn firosldent electi and the Vice president and the vice presldea elect to the capitoL InviewQQ the close relations of Senator todge tp tbp pre I Ideiit ho wlU rldj in the carriage wltll the president anti the president elect 1as will also Seuatori Kndr whoa chairman of the committee orn ar I rangements Is the personalJucort ofI The vice presidentthe esccutlve WillI haTC as escort Senator Bacon and Jep t fcronlatlves Burke and GalneSi Hh vice pnsldout elect will be accosaI t plcd by Senator Fryef the preildeiit protcnvporo of thi senate awl Repr- ezStVC i unf Heretofore ly eec senator lair accompanied the two ckkjf fiKrr5 In the ceremonies Call ft N43IIa1 Function M s i ii Alng aul picturesque tft It 11fti ed tt make the lit rT J llIt p b1p Ort a great Ksnonai luncrioo or iwpreBw interest and alguikaace It will take the form of a reception by PresM stt Taft and Vice President Sherman to the country at large Each state in the Union will be officially represeated on the floor by one of ltsdtstlBgiilafceil IOns whoso mInion it will be to cooperate officially kx the preeentatlon of the visitors from here there and ev erywhere to the great men of the na tion who will be in attendance Gist Blair whose father MoatgoB ery Blair was postmaster general the cabinet of President Lincoln I chairman of the coratfittee tBCM11t of the inaugural ball and has so plan ned the event as to bring tke entire Union through the fortysix states Into direct and Active participation In thcv functionWashington is a rational city a city belonging to the country Chair man Blair said in discussing the ball arrangements uIt is our desire that nil who comb to the InauguratlQfland- there promises to be the biggest at te dance in the history of these af fairs should feel that in coming to the national capital they are coming to their own city The ball wjll be entlallyand dis representativetraIn asn member of the Inaugural ball committee These gentlemen will know many of the people who come from their respective states and wjll see that they are properly introduced to the statesmen and their wives and other distinguished visitors Thus It Is hoped to bring the fortysix state nnlcapItThisis the most daageroas timeoff th year to catch cold and it iithihardest time to cure it If jrou should take a cold a few doves of Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup will act vey promptly Its lazatir principle curs the cold by driving it from the system by a gentle but nat ural action pf the bowel Cbtldrro especially Ijke Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup as it tastes so pof nearly like maple sugar it is sold by the RedCrosa DrugStore RichFind v Several months agos Henhlev of Harlaq county bought tbe old Nathan Ross farm of 450scres in Garrard county and riioved toir Qp Wednesday wilh he a siWanfeV fit of Albert Pawiey hews repa ing the old house that had been occupied by Mr ROM who ba been long dead and in eirmg up the oldfashion stone earth ht discovered a tin box and on opening iit he found 22500 in iD1ddhlonmoney and diamonds valued at between 2000 and 5000 and an old fashioned cap and hail revolver Notes for various sums on people of Garrard county many of whom are yet alive were also ia the box Mr Ross in his life time was one 6f the wealthiest men in this section of the state Besides large bodies of land he was known to have a greu deal of money and bad many slaves and the supposi tion is that during the civil war he hid these valuables and the money to prevent maurauders and guerrillas from jobbing him of them and died without having revealed the hiding place to his heirs It is said that many heirs p1 the old minare yet liv ing in Garrard county It is not known what disposition Mr Hensley will make of the find Most women who have bad Com plexions have dyspepsia or Jot Jet1 inuige tion which eveniually will become dyrfpepmla To haveji1t fair skin and healthy rosy cheek you have to have first of all good healthy pet feet digestion in order that you may hav rich red Wood Keep your stomach well by taklap Kodol for Dyspepsia and IndigeuIon- occasionallyJust when yon need it It is pleasant to take Sold by Red Cross Drug Store Mny Competed Sometime since Dr J B Ho barbs lectured at the Graded School On the Preventatioa of Diseases At that1iint be of fered two cash priae to tbep411 pus a boy end girl who would rite the best coinpoeitioa on his lecture Forty of tbep pik con tested and the conpoeitioM are in the baDdivof tbe eoaitsd- tbe pr1aawersO- wardd hare yrdayMtoteutt- he committee WM cmfrqf town The matter will be decided this eelrDr Rob rcJl also lec tured at the Cobred Pubis School and offered priaee Mia the case of tbeYlbiIIebcwXU41 ten lot the papUii bays writ nc6D Harr qHerald Tkb 4kwp4k4 tbbsetp- IIIaai3s art DcWht WttJi rty- Jtiterr Th f are tmall eav t take geJlUA oerIsinu4 e sold byhe Red Cro Druf Store r L U1 iLriC 1Ju J II- 4 l cake roth and IM J ill aJ apc T 4i r Marc She comes with her gray eyes wet with tears And at times she is wreathed iin snpw Yet winter trembles wkem She appears l x For she warns him that fee t go His dark cold mantle is rptuMhfcer still His ands still clutcoHer an BIg she smiles in spite of hisgies ence chill With a subtle illusive cKana She kis esr the branches so brows and bare With promise of green ere oC And her whisper throbs through the llstning iur vLikethe notes of some sweet old song V She bids the hazel his oUha to deck Witk tassels of fairy grace And the crocus in bravebright love linens Looks up in her earnest face She may not linger to see fulfilled The hopes that her wUifen bring Her longing pulses mar Kerevtkrill To theswtf etcaress of spriigf What matters it then that with stormy moods She breakfierce winters baMl The lovmfefea coving is oolr kiwwM 4rho caii nndenfcaML SextiM Moactt Simi t yt Li SrI iSi9Wthey ly dev to t14 pee oal 8 Honey and Tar ateel tgk but kwitt ned strs 4Isags so tkatn o Ie noes w aeed be feared The geslu L4sHoe y and Tar c thinsh4 CalI drugs aad Jfe ica yelio ttage Refit aubtitMse Sold by Hayde and Roberts Taketbe Ckild On df tM Tobacco FisM Edicat- Him V Discussion after discvssloabM been heard about the limitetkw of the tobacco crop Er ry has ben speci aad baa rarer retched beyond a arorwo But a solution auggets Itself tnatwiirbe aid aaet be far reacaing in its effects sad wUi carry itself through alt tiate That it will effectually curtail te crop surprisingly and piaot iti within the liDDitatioM x f ask lug your price cannot be pin said It does not take MUay words to tell it aad itp should ajh peal 10 every parent am4 srery ciizen of the CO JSOQ wealth sad nation TAKE THE CHILD anT OF THE CROP AND PUT HIM IN SCHOOL Kentucky hAngs br bts4isi shame wnsasks ylewi bar jN portfen of illiterates she k isa tr i anting to this matioB 1f the declaration oT tto Wo mens Clubs that 1Iprop r tti6a of illiteracy is greater ia lb White b91 thaw the aero ehU dren of Kentucky it k purely an awful IadIctMsa oI MM ttr rifclel handicap that will bt jMrt npoa the white piaqpcity It is ia order to appst to thtti farsM rs aad mctat- li Aft Barky TOkCCO haitevery Wcwaw Club ad to vwrf citisW ia tISS oommoa wwUUi to s4srt a ieovmsaI- lI tbal not ftdDtUD crosjpsrs ct1t W WTdli In- bsad iii Ii- cbpo 1tisaJ4eOb1M1 M and eJriBteree4 ablSd B b permuted 40 cary itself W iiisgtt M fo deoy this rtb b W I bCI1btt- hat keepe ibk child In lIla Tkhl S4 tb ia orSomS iI pr t beonO I cs pq fOr WI And b1 l k s- bsbisitO thea aid trLaws aU ever thk broad land particular In cities prohibit T jh II11LtflunUt4Jt t titII J r s s t mirAL2KjNGFOW Makc1e1icw1biict- gddk e- c nd 1aWhil1l 4 pera large portk of 051 popJabare s cas apsa M aaoafcovkl a 4 bs OVSfi Il- n j iis lthi rOM tiIssooeit of eartb corn s Ke 1 needi tbeir aerrtbea badly sat let ever j MaM thaW thq ais 1MieapJK ftioi jTbere k no eirar mavti itgoveraen lb tUWtu I f tK B4 eky tbtrrvfoff ft s lf Iroai tk odiiam of ichais AiatsSts eqrof W cro b jcjw- hk 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parokaMd tketss TbKxperiatl btMtoci win votiymk e Kid report ilnHNi tbiyM ptrtor ad- ultas44It M nJlyIUIpracUos tali it lisped to Ift atgrdsaI of the im position w bM ben pnc oed vpn frsIbnipitout Mild dealer Jl EW L 1rrr n IIINtWSlfADRI D AW PF KYo I N DAVtSQl ferV l n L t y A1j I = p OOUJX JlJOO We iOltOUfIoCe r 4 at i cwididate or reelection t l a tT 11 iWrc 11rOUi4y EJcCtiMi Nov c r1 cmIKJi r7 I t a lIoun eiWi I JiJQmrTY JQithiisl gt 1 j ta tcqa SHER1FFrrrtr teaniobnce SI1Clate 1 1 S henff Rcounty subject to the e JXcmocpatic party r vJl Jt leln S m e r oYX04J Croacef 1 1 tQa D 1 i MITCHELL as a candidate for IOf WullIi Oft 8U tyi S1 t I t PeE Capc fte De yEle Ii b r L7TJ Crtftk f 1 c J fJ swappedfifft t r9i CViai rHiUfor a black f iwt0 e btYJ5 pjd Mr ty ic iTinK tweaty dollars ti l ICJVfe son Th u rsda y of st1 r lii Wi Wriuici Mrg ssIa g 1 r Lltj f utJIII iIO J i Tbeblgh wafer 6f last week fr lf J Ma iP of the farmers Jbe B ecti fork of thia vk f 1 oMMf veej bQsY teplacing tb t 1flf Ra P 124 fencing Ol tt1 l rairii fty the water w irIIiv Kb r baD tbey ever knew Jt io be belQre fi Marciir JLawrence bought pna i heirrc J QtDaDi Wilker Qn ii Pr j jGb ffall swapped horses t wjtlr1 vLftwrieitce flail bf Mack rY te Ctias retting 5 differ tnOtir4 Mm id and Maggie Law iCfrene and Miss Nannie IIIiltiM t p aV one day last week W K f Stuiaph and family I i Ifia Gowens of SpenQ rf Co raLhi vaunt Mrs Jahala IJalJtgfai Monday vtill dnes sw1ra1 week ij i iyp Milton and brother r rpp8 h bay retttjgded aa1 jw eks stay Uk =1t8 piirdvjJl k Mr JlandvilJe Jjawrence b- fboBgHa s Jewbnggy of Shew Miker fcnd Sutton or your town j iot tlVt Lookout xirls he is cooeing around Mandeville says he is goingft9c9t some diet Jr DaaWflkerson bought anl Johntrft MrstMahala Hall andfdaagh ter MisrLuc and Mrs Carterxij Jil1 a gbl J UJll eJS lent r a ple saQtday with Mrs J E t Aaderson JaesdaFof last week t Mr and Hr James Hendren t J 1 and family jspeot Sunday vith I f Mrs Hendrens mother nlrsr Maggie Mobley l JJi M r Mark w ll a id i 2t e 11WlaandMr TVl and kig 4wrence wer yi itord or aC11laU J s tjunduy nt ggi dble ld onti i1BOW 10 Jam e He drlCK3 i Wallace Adaps and John Rn J 1 h fXij of Pen vlck were visitors jfw r ff nty 1uawreUC ldtU d 8 i 11ln LtW f k B9yp ntrwa a 11 d QfMr n r Hilt n u- YJ i l f Cacterflatl sold a two year 0 rdl 1IlII o L ge G 800 b rd 01 B Uie1fori75 f1I S MJ Sadie Wil keraon and 1 r i ft j MIJ rofe t yo urt n t k JV y evenin and Wtre 1t 11 lrrleil ir t H Taylor will begin work IIf Ro t13 driJbeJir jf ff tnis mbnt ft S2250 perJ month 1 c jff Hr Mrv jaehdrejn of MackvillQi 1th U SQfLe Bugg S ri 1 nisytlislf A11thuglit1djos riiy Jei 4 1irtf 1 s ns ti w t r Qwi1 ot flfjdTen years rof eczema tnat l t t rs 1glp cur ha tJ i fli4 ff Then Bucklens Arnic w sl iir cwr lit sound and well1 JK il 1 b Eruj1tions E zeniaf a i B ns iF r S i1 CUts l1ci llKra 1P Jr tt OIl r r 1 f te i y oli SMihiiihQ ft i tf T g W 1 d nd James te it 1jj hue ltiI f J ilJf 1ba ut bi inpther who is dangeroasly il lltl tblGr writing Lt ii zjIr rIhie b9 n i l d aSu lCk or sveral Qav tflf1Jsse U 9Jey star Sprmgfieldlnqar Mei1811pffpseting jud completely fle polishing thelbutfgy and break inK their box pi eggs t lt m 1q hi dren wer visiting lrl nd In Marion conn y last ek f Vf Bagg fib g t ftnt l i r aJactr pJ wr560 1 M 7ryll o gli 6tThI e Inc oyit rlCe 1J1tU h itjtiI tw nrgJad eJettersIIJ ore rMr write Jjease continqe Wrnlf1g w ekJyJi beipgputinlllaedJeSand Yp egin opera tftfns at once i J t 1Jt rlr walicen inve redT lchanl1s and i f t Ji 1FSJlltf lic Jig11FJrom irfledl r blOOdlhad l mother seven bottles of Electric fitters completely cured him iorEruptions Eczema Salt Kheam Sores and all Blood Disorders and Jhumt ism Electric Bitters is su rpseme Only SOc Guaranteed r by d n a1 bert n i Tatham Springs vMr Edgar Williams children been dangev sly ogh and IWhOFbnvea11 t IU better except i chance for its feUTdamage to those whbiived OD the waters The rj wr oufyli d Jour inches being as high asibwo years ago llast Dec Frank Kays and family were the guests Pf filmier KeelingfainT family last Thursday night Miss Maud Royal ty jras re turned from a weeks visit watb her grandparents Mrs Tom Royalty at flutab Eyv atiro th El aWbcjIS 1Ckal D t P ac t JQdpijCltbisplacelhursdayi so had aiT oyster supper J Mr Bruner Armstrong antT Wife visited relatives neat Mack ville Saturday nni Sunday iMr WinniesKays and family spent Saturday aud Sunday with Iock Kay and family ylIter The riyefvwas very ihigh but no serious damage was done Tfre water reached theVheiglbt often idchesjinfli J Trqnt JHos store ifc left us quitea supply of mild rs M Li Sweazy and sen THE nr WE DOFA KNOW MUCH r 3HE COM- PAKY but it has a asny Cristo the read and will the great the J cf alt theati oerp Conrad tlie and give you Y UR lS YO TIJ YOUR Crls J yn l Toms verhlvi dor cf the fjbflt The iie samo reeled its initial onia J opl 6it t1tnr fr fJtffin + njyq Nelson county ere d1JHt F lii f t w iringj-Ik f Miss Mitfnie OoUrtdr who jiajH 1Je ull t ts 2tn pf luis r ttiQ I 13 r turhed home JnoMlss lartb gun lLe is visit H tg ttrngThe Mv w fptPi6f nl1n prin 5 r t1 s6 IdlY e eflirig andpres ntecioue of its Mr JftardsWbUe wfti a clonabiorj of Ip 0lfyp tl18riPietshqtt time ogp 41 q fclm dlvs gf the il N Jti Arc prt i 9rihg a oipjiajjox for and e onesf P A r davslgo Jpii Jim atfug e WA r 6Jctt aLtb IOID of UTS siitdr Mrs pb tec was given quit ear U1p iseon hIs everiti th qayv bv bis rekti es a1 rJends who arrived M his him Q bri IlKj gwtI n lb9 1r 1 brlt Qqlt1 tt4 lYre laJi1 rort inty fuotntL ry r fql jjten t ho ounteouit piisi r4 Upon Jast SuiiOJjy Mr M t H Il At w ho h Qf l CQDti n ksliitcp basket oT gOpifis and the thlit threa who WP re showed by their at tet b they relish d tbe jgOod thjthgsi pj d it bam i Ait repcrted day MA nfcb of e ktn U trs Spend many IP iiippY days h tho wish of tef pr 4 M a niitJt r gA1 of M tlP4 r J orrulgt4Is iQr fiss JElichiirdson f tr ngJ lifts Ipren the guest of M8ses Pelf anii Eaittr the past cW elf Rey t filled bis appaintuieiil Jt Oil HQU1ay J r Mrs Nancy fEijU v i 7terjM si 4lf 1i 8lMdlUII eral months 1iMiss Gaff Vof Ah 1fa guest aji the ifoitfw or hond Mrs r B htfSof t1ffs1 II jJlerj j Springfield tkt inIe y 4iwheresbe will urdw e aline of ip iIijmi iJnert o y co ql1 dy strcngtn l aftd espls oolds IGet bttcp uin inft yellow lockage d bytbo Ji antlIt bertslur f ttlilf tltt oU w b I coustipatcdi I ay pii fyer and wIhim two ti j js Ifolehrs Grijlo Ijitfxi live and next mornt utfw ieVer w sgoueand iwjs tilett Foleys OttiK Lax itire faved Ji lifeg VolkuthlchnerWi i Sold by aydoa and RobftMJkiB t h TH AT ET Allf NOL l 1 T DID READ STORYOF MONTE CRISTO l V a wocTfterfttl story so full of interest that the boy whoistarts to rei V jt sHuld peon excellent tenns 7itb bis mother because in niiw or of l 5 he to carry u the rcoaI f let rfohis crIRnds for t his nIe1h VfWi while foWowinf th btfl S A WOflSennl1 throughthetritlswatriuin of that heros career Swr MONT CRISTO NOT J1 l J REAL WHO Limv IN THE STOP Y OF DITMAS but Fred G Conrads etiical3Ioai Cristo will visjit this city in a week or two OWN WILliWAJTT TO SEE THE PLAY but to enjoy it best this paper advises a reading of the Tel before witnessine the theatrical production ABOIJT CONRAD as good reputation axtttl Company on Doubtless p cscnt jieltdratiia satisfaction t aaiaaLtoes ajttractipa VijS Jays heyil 1dO JR MOIJEt BACK Mcn oluofthe reatest plays SuidHike E tlst e njfdUn theatre going play possesses Drawing power that production dramatic standpointta yp cel jtUlndlthc Ciydapf ibeernili 1fM ffleinbers ifaefaojtty Witijalm delightf birtto p yhpmet1 dtot c prgsem aofckids eptbat beJqro pleasai itheTpqip tn jmleiirtorai mlf fJ Susie ltelbood Hdfete H P ELtlcha regqlar at riftb1 suedbejr Nancy Of j 1FY ii ad of tli YOCJBVER williorget ro IfOHlE EVERYBODY c vrv rnrDegree i f tIfU VrORtD ATVf ro 41 s HONTElSRISTO WAjg iJHE FIRST OF A JQJI8 XRTtTV BRAMAaIJ2 E OO andh s fairly vltbf HstiiSttrltSar yoatinucd serri e of over sixty years F01tO PRti ITr It u AMPLE th ttCS Bsfti fiaj r1bjij1 I lire ChrlstiaiCTeSt i r tU rorv h sIS tUen IttlGdWiSi fFl Wriu ty w rb Litt1e1iUi c d liePalace ortao King BtTlMBPS4LAY 5HAT BM JJNfllUXL IlMALL ISTO JJ l Jif tS ilIOpemO House Monday y laixlihf s thej jl yThrive If not something must be V wrqrJg with its food If the mothers milk doesnt nourish it she needs ScottEmitlston It supplies the elements of fat required for the baby H haIry vV not nourished by its artificial food then it requires u SCOTI 8l- lWUlSIONr Jfcif a teas o9nful three or fotir times it day hi its bottle will have the desired effect It seems t have a magical effect upon bafres and children A fiftytent bottle will ptove th tnith of oUr statemen 5 5 WtI eat wida Me of pwrtr In wWd it appews year MHnwatf our Mta eovct r id jeaic OCIL wiptetetiwidy Adas of thto WGIII flCpTT ft OWNE 409 EteifiL IfevrYdrk y Hardcisty Sohoui house 1iihtvaNe f ier bu t irte r1tad s re ofad nay cbng P1e will kntiw tbiii bILv jlnitapri l ittof Hard y h anadspenM1 Mr John Grow wfli and cbiJ 4t n Tittlftx Pe1ufylf r a d t f8eq Mr JtT JIBah iUiKJ o4 wlfi of WitK tej g weie trJOr 1td J n 1Y r Yi Mr f fl p1b ecttf G Pt L i V r I 1 S ldB4Q pa iled1t tt- S1eh tpSlt rft trn iJ cRiitb i1Y J1 condoIGn to1i r tMJ- J Ml l ti httJe Y rPt1m Ith 4 fi M sG 7 Mi1 fJ fjiiijV iaQ QWU i 0 Mrs S lvys wife rd dbtt aren of B yV ioro vtslte tet Mr In t r lti01 1C J elili OC h 11i jtl t 14 DdS 1li g t s try re 1 ep r01 o lf- a d 1i heddlY lti c adi 1OUJMt er fkkc ttl- ti ll i t nu e crI h bowel vrwlbJ s 6 i fj- Iru Storet 1 j If M dQiH 2 1 A lj j1 fp p8eJ J rl1 tD ftf QnQt 1jf- Mr 9Pt4 8t birttK4 1t tDt ftc1 tt t fj hiJ bdt t Il lothJ1i tm9fn IIIu qr e lfthl bmh tI rtlt4t w hhd r W be c1e rpfi Par e 4uPiLJdiy Di jfUfe wis w H i ndfdad- ilat 06 t eni rablc vtilf we tpepieiiciw bj tifMjMn h4Iri be Jdr 1nteQ MblJM Ior tKif tatdiaJ AjM OWr11- t pJbrt 9 Ii c h t l Yfied- ne 4q rA 1ttt t pph u da b9 of wtrt 1 Of P qat r tnlr ta r Ju 1M turU Lftfte4 ItViSttJft c P eas etKtI yJlO1 t i Tttrt4 Sf lie M b n tft u h PJ 1Iait lr8 o Iili F lttfLiIti fq Iov Dtii e fIii ttJ W f a 4 Ihe f I i p1r ttt tI I In J jl Ij D Carn and hiicb n J1Rpntts w ek Aii IiAetttrMrE A Sirtohe Ei Wil Gf AY visited Ld aa- al1f ay I ifcl to fl thtt U tl- tnUtrn a re Improving vti Jrt v riluag Hir e batJtf141t4t llisritia irfe 1 tbelhlwiJO eath n8 llas inwek e again gentry an J ki ilynrjie eyrtrj ra uibir of Nw a tflH Sliurch io be pr sfut Stuar hlap pm i r t tfe wxpe1tei to bu tfrcro S lrrJJJ d Sunl Y lrL1tJtActual Or13yMTO YOURlOWN f An Oak Bedt karSp t psN s1 v Iaut Actufti OOin1t LiJ LleFkiorGITaO 10 qw t Solid Oak Drewwr Jllrt eet Actoali J OO trs Outlet Sate QCThe fteorOr IH 6 WB iBB1GH1 iYOUR TO A B LoU Ck rTJt- Rl iI VaJoo 18 d ht fcKfrltJitn SaI Off lhe m C OirBy I c1 i 3 WE PAY FJtfiiGa31 YOU ii It N r 1 I hbtw WBPAyir J 7 w J if Iuarter wai ll r D stfibtio I r 2 or H FUR tTfJltE CARPET RqGS OME fuRNISHINGS ft 1qiaqirer Q Their Nerve tittiOBllGB NEFI1J r HEpUblkof LotnsviBe and the entira statesof EEKTUCKY T OHIO INDIANA itl1df1taCtmtSOUTHERN TERRITORY ill g211 benefit by a iiaC3c3lofsal purchase which ns reccnt1y m de ecTmestireena FurnIture Company amo nt- ingjOa QUARTER OPA MILLION DOLLARSWORTH OF- VAdlUlfCl ERB SURPLVd STOCKS cohsisting of Ulni re carpet ru curtains stoves find household good cf every dr se TbiSi vritlo ques nthe te5tlNrcra e that r8- cv eby furnltuie establ1S mrl In t118 L1H1 ED STATE 33ejF3t salegiven a year ago by f JAMES GREJ3NE ilJP HOTiP COMPANY was amost WOI RFUL SALE and a Jar safi giving event that was the talk t the country fqr months purch1scJiiehtftJFACURERS PU CHASEOJf YEAR AGp ItmJ1tt e nOt Jwwroaaiy tundrei miles you reidje from Lou ille this vill ctatMnly be aajppjporfcunity for you to save from i500 to 25000 in buying 9t outfit for your home Never before in thehistory of unitturiand carpet buying weresucb low picesquot dt our ftgiving the Wblie at largcj th ben t of our big pur cha cj is palely t sttrjact 10 0 0 new patrons to our establishment UuHrife tbl big sale which vhi be the fergest salo of FURNITURE rAmns RUGS ETC vhatwrs ever GIVEN intheUKITBD B11AES uurmj tn e1lthc tendt y pale llP fits wn be reIy- swtawal It is oury rly JtiriDF to the People rid we p n it sacn a real sacrifice and bsrgaiii feast as will antitse the wblic Even if you li4 at a distance of 500 to 600 1Q yorrr Qrderit wiU recire the same prompt att ntiona a Ysit frororjjcfti 14 peroii Umlcmiind however that all=3JAIL ORPEftS WS AOH OtmBSTABLISHMENT AT LOUISA VILtE NOT LAtER WAN rt1MORNING OP THE 19TH OF MARGIN We tercbjnazrw to 3PAY THE FREIGHT ON ANY PU CH TC ANY W OitCITY WITHIN RADIDS OF nfcBS FROM LOUISVHL1S KY Anything bought b lbn 1 tar W IU bd packed earefrJy and sHpper to yait i cldn tifl feht Choi as will e prJd by us This big iurnitare an r nts P OJ rtunff1to Oiewhoarcthiifty to jjasetftTSieoaa thaaV1rg Qido iriseqmvalenfcio adollnr earned 1ilesr t dt vahtes we gave one y sj ngo were the senration of the day bttt ws wish to go on record jas saying that the sale this yet1 ourSacoad Annual Marfufacturere Outlet Sale which starts on WeKtefoy Harefe 10th af80 A1L win make any afcd all ether fojJttrpe sales pale into insignificance It will be a l3l jib a d f11r it11rereast r j11di QUS btiye such w a ncVe gt etore by 8WJ other estabL meIlthro gho t the UriitcdSiftfeau The banks the savings banks oHv pay Qfy on monry During this salo ywir money ivill practicffy earn 8Q 16 40 pffofii i SQU in tbe purchasing of fumiitirei crrr tgr rjijgs and iousehold neeas 3hig wit bv aprojwlar e ort in vnluogifing on ftoniture arpfitss c sacli as the pfjjBciiifl long reinmbfer Tlje Janies Greene Furniture Building novr closed ijr sdeir to g t tl s rfeat volume of bonie fnhHsbihy m ivadmea for the big oJ11ia dliys sale The afcirc H rermin CLO SBMARGS 8TH N lONDAYAND TmDAY H 9TH The sale SARa Stprf mpiIy m WBDNSSDAYMOENINa MARCH IfffH THERIGlitOW AT 420 129 F U ST L UlSYF 1iJ 10 k for thl hi n and teB1Klf8 rf Jing JAMES Gl 1S U N1FACl11RE OUTlET FUFNITIJRESAtE Ask aii7 1trect car c n iwto who will nr ct you to oar store BOIBPBLIEHJB OPENING DATE WHICH B MAUCE 10TH 0 lr15BKHSBAY AT 830 A H Be here on the opening day oronene of tio special 1lsdle days si d secure your share of th jnarjy bArgaitt offered Prepare accJordingly and youvHl vemaT1Yd Uarson furniture tpds wgs curtaina and 1t r- h tlehOldneed PmE1iBZRHA TTWSSAIEONLY LAEf3 TEN g in O WEONECS AY LVIO RliHNq MAR Cff 10m 830lti ending Sa y night M th mh If yoii Ofthwotrfedto in psrsofc th MI send your jTerby man which wm niri otrr hnmeiaiate attention In justi our tbf ok d mtmiss this sale SUCH OPPORTUNIT h T DOM OFFERED Take Advai1t geofahi ie and Benefit Accordingly T f 3r tli i For La1n Bak o cr An chmg back is jinstantly relieved1 by anII IIiapplieatioof Sloansl Liniment j I tmassageanfti 7 f M t uyjinf t through theiskindndntuscu f jlar ti iie right to the tone quickens thell5teqdi relieves oi ge igiv ein- tfit h iwell temporary l i o7 r t 1t y Oan i t ilnlmenth lias hg eial as a remedy 5fbr i RhettirvSta Netira1gij j9t y- tt ipain or sttilness in the muscles r9r JOInt J t l Q25ct COc ana 100 TDr J rlsr51oan Boston Massy U S A- Sloans ooU on horseji cattle sheep anclppnltry aenUnxv I j or YH a F r lJO t V i 4 far ro h j J Q 11 t i cii i 2f p t f 1 b i 9 1t 7 L al j f Q Ji t i 5 l i t ltot th 1i n it Tt b qt tq f UCitU1t L iI 15id t h rmi1 a 5r ud 1pa Y mltPr l onl1 pl t t4 tc ttt titJtlr Snan retotn1l end h llh c t IICorrh1nahnD pjIChu Leather Veroniu Aottat TMi Min faeturers Outlet PAnlOUR TOnr D venPQrtt1tkc t Mt1IiI 3500 For ThisJTanaf actuww Oofc let ale Off The Flotir By MailS 1575 PAYF IGBTTOYOUTOWN AetMiTafafMfcMForHoorOr 5 450 W rAYnUW = A Lanro Arm Rocki VaTuo 300 PortM Outlet Sale olT the 165 WBEAYIB ova rb == r iQJ 0 f3f1 1M Rtlssel1i1h N l tQ OOOOoo af 11d Qi Wtpl 7J i t ci li pmsf L MfJ1 tU1tT iilffr I Isia Qi t i LG 1Jj ttii f Tfile iii W fPP gO IgOJ 6 J e I g cipi rm trtt ltSb1tc tfpQ9ft dCr- Dl1gStare FJOICrByllnlLH2J itt 0b d ttti i 1 111 r n ty t1zi JOtwtI tJ Ko t it ot IR tUt l 00K tt1yfi ail oettioary heal b it i1fd tyur- iJ l way P t to Soliby tbe ro 4 7t 7 v t ia1lP J 7TWiDRGT JIIWOCMT DNTsTJJ TEUH uyAcmo- WiTHOUT PAIN a r mock p im 1 PRINGF1ELD JtY AlT Dental Work Stt1y fR J C M1U L 1PIybu aid I 1IIIg I Uis8 to 9 in Ji 1b2pm Offiow owHtyapis Brtf to nMJi1 n ej1j Wfkt it Ootrt BWM O1c oiu NIIi4 i c NQ38 rWjFGRIGSBy t r TTORNEXAT LAW Us1oyr reo1cs iMuk fife pRINFThLD KY 1 c DrMWHYATT- bc 4 1 tioeSr Qehours Hyatt 1C3 boljI2L 4 tnY 5Ipm t i ionN Y11 MAYES UIIUl U1 CTORjj lltrcERSEU EMBALMER TtLEPHONE- DAY1 UfaHT74 SPRllmFrnLmiKYt 4 tlnfWashingtnl o springricid Choice t Manutactured- byZIwJ4Lb1K COf e n We pay highest market price for grain v t fhf you want the Best FLOUR sVypur grocer for 7 Fsr Tint TIFMl FMM9- MoaaiIIia S0I al ggiah liver and iMMfliTt bowtte when you dont want to wt Y1yHtwagae is coated Taks Laws Pillsi Vkiqr JMdMflMiiTer vork and exercise Stlwirete we Miistlpation bilious M cieic 1kMd cbe and aU other lazy Mw toam tM SapIo free on request kkCtOi1y25CentsMs For Sfl niprigfield by J Sc Robertson 4 IIayoi J P- Q KALBILL sclT2 ht L D HFI rSll CO I r i h lth4rig Skin Diseases Arcreadily cured by Zen 1liquid forernj use Zemogivesi stan t rcfand permaient1y cures any forrii oiitctiing Skin gr Scalp disease AH DrujgBjsts Write for sstapTciE W Roe Med Goti StLouislMo 1ayticr RoOifcen r I t FURS W 1 T wM qwycsv S Wa 4 1McIacumsrva LdIbsrfryqsi s awsrIaLu JWe ur R SM II JlLItrr 7 j4tflcwr + ojtoon 4 f jk jiM40 1rgI1d- wCiS 0099j 3ttr 4Pt1ftll iMH 11OtwN0 Local H p nlns of Interest i The Frehestnd Latest I J iFrIeiidir J OO 1l seed for sale by W H Lgaebmf1 iirinefield Ky r f nomepfMrjonREb 27 daugjitera c f I Mi Lpganf And rsQn audMic S ldaj Sa11of this county j niaridirir Jfferson vilel artJtJ Very littlet has been done circuif court this week TIle- randjuryj has adjourned after J Xeburriin 13 indictments i J The advance styjes pt early Spring Rats are now open Also JhbosriuWilliams the Milliner LosjjrA tucking comb dark tortoise shell with gold holly r Teavies set with small coral Ia be JuesV Finder please leave at this office nnd get reward gqii ESALESiX thorough bedinroc Jersey hogs Both sexek MRS Ji E HELBY rrV E FJNolSpringfield iCy- Dyspeptie sufferers of Spring fieldt Mil ptia viablets will givet YOU mmediate relief In most v oases they will cure any stomach disease in two Weeks The jRed Cross guarantees them 50 cents a1large box y Jolin Shuck McEkoy of thia place has bfeQn honored again Uisclass atGettral University j DanvUI by winning the Was- hmgonBirthday medal for oa tory This makes the third mdal j won by the young mant this session Fliich is an honor seldom accorded to a student of the college atjtheatj evening under the auspices of the School rafiroyement Leagu6 was quite ar success financially and from nu ven ertainment standpoint Mr Clarence L iJtrgerderfer proyed to be a en tertain rbf bigh nierit and mack quite a hit with the audience Miss Lucy belecmah returned home f roipiLidl Rock andDther points last Friday after a visit ofscveial weeks with relatives White en rpute borne Miss Selfec man had a very unfortunate and painfull experiences She fPund that her left foot had becme narnb or asleep71 from iding- ii one pOition a great length of time1 and t1if infHed to stdjidr but the pain waS jso grtatbe fainted and fell and it as Sbrne tune before stirf W1Srior1d to nsciousne hLl reafrived a LuuisvUlefliie whs met hy IrJends who u ot her to their himeactI c1eda pbrteian who f und that spmjotrtjaligamernis of the ankle were brflkfafthd wul be s mijume bdfqiftShI i wtlf be wble IP wank wjthout a il tince i i ItBarber Will Case r j The trial oC the B lbrwiH johtest which haK been odhand for tin past twc we9ks att Bfrfcds ton was bruu h t loa close ye t roy by A vevdiet sosjain iDg the will with the CXCptiO- flsomeresiduaryol cUses The trial bal a ircttd ft graat deal f Hiiereat and some of ijie niostt prominent aLrnesaL tile biu wers engaged mtftilpa e IhE- 4moupbinvolvetjsrirge W Notice Kanffmafl Mcy ArnQId Btot prise bujjgtes fgiic4t- ind JoraU tsll11F can goa4kecll or lathe buggy lipe Mogul va41St igk kiarrow tlciiti elat ers TJ t and tbtc- lrner1C Field eiict ike bslr aetdence onie rnrkev in all iZhs from 6e5fiofce fuoe inde in tlo7 top and bottom ahd No J1nterm3cIialvfrt aid stage id the 26 irt hV bog fenae alrtdiUJ 5st piu1trpfnce n the a1t1 etat40 ctfus ptod C CIMJLLLA JN J The firm Pf ShulrReidJ baviqgsoldoul itbi cJmes OC essaryeo close all ou tindJln Aeb6n3i All persons knocci- nthetxiselvs t ihdibleqtolh thif ipestnx and sLt1e and ihus e in aicfJ f unne2essaiy trouble Respectfullyjjjjjtjjljjjejol t TOPICS i M Sad Death I Again 4ath has invaded a ftjJyof our cummu nicy and tkaQ from a bapp ho sehould abeautifuIdaugbtthuitezflereduqn womanhood v IMissrineteeo eldest child of MtitSue JCincaid KnqU nd gI Knott deceased1 diedTiiesday rapruiug in St ijouis after aj nort Illness of measles with pneumonia whchdevelopedI only t th a few days before death A lletter received by Mrs SueJ Knott Sunday nigh1 apprised her of the desperate illness of her daughter statiog tbat she had measjes and pneumonia had developed and her conditioni was criticali Mrs Knott Ueftt Mon day morning for St Louis and reached htr daughters bedside short while before the end came ruesday morning Mrs Knott talegrajjh the sad uevs to relatives here andI Started on the trip hone with the remains Tuesday evening Last October Miss Kndtt went to St Lcmis t take a lbusiness cjDurse in the Guardian Angel Olblijeijt and had finisued the course and was jjoyfufly ant cIj pat ng her return home m two weeksl when she contracted measles and I pneumonia thitlIresulted fatally I Maymio Knotts death has cast ai sadness rover the commrt1 ly that it has seldom exper enced She svasan tfnusually attractive girl possessing many lovable traits pf chn racier that endeared her to a Jnrgecireeof acquaintances1 With a charm iOf jjersonaiiiy and an affection Ute dI Plsi ton she was the pride of hr family and the joy and idol of her mother who is rushed by the death of her child Besides the mother a sister 4 caid anda broth i are the nearest surviving mew bers of the family Mrs Janie il1 tttbe grandmother Miss Willa Kuott dn aunt and Mr J Irvine Wlmsatt an uncle as well asd targt relationship more re tfot mourn thetddiathi of thjir ltiVeduJe The remains arrived here on Leb1orlql1jaudi the funeral will be held at St Jpmioic church this inorriing t Death of Peter SHehanr i Washijiron county ttLnlll e r neof tier valuedLctft drspe id eilizeuslasbwalr in tthe death of Mr Per Shehau at his home near Man l iliis coun tty He had been ill for a hurrr bar of months and was a victim of kdne dijettee Mr tiliehan was a member nf the Shehan famjlv who wereb among the pioneer settlers of the coun ttv and was born Sept mber ltli9 within a sliort distince of where he died C Xn July 184 Mr Sl1lQ an wa m rriel to Miss Mn y Ferguson and to that union ten chiIdn were born all9flyUom with one exception survived tiim Toe pan of the wuryiiig children aVaMfs John Vrgta antl Miss Tipnie Shelmn Tf M udMrs- Nfil Budieanii Mrs OharliGJ Lewis of Bloomfield Mrs K Cj Bobtett and Mss Jennie BJir low and Wl P und Dudjey She han of Springtiejd itntl Mr John Shetyrt of Bjoofllfielil Mi b lan cas universally respect yd wherever lie was known arcI ttidifQi was thai ofalt upright and VGod jfearine citizen H r had for many yearsbeen a maui uperajilQUSe v 6SaturdayMth uThennahldia tW Merry Tramps 2C PLOPLE20 Mostly Girls DANGER tracted out teeth PAIN w ort lq I t fl No charges rwhen plates lare wanted Ig ALL WORK l Done in this office is firstclass F 1 every respect and just as ad fa IIng WYSTALLAlDDDSfs ij IbercftheMZionj I jwas a conscientious and cJiHr table christi in He had beeb a Ifarmer all of his life and had reared a large famity to useful mauhpod andw manhood th93t inii fectionate and devoted parent The funetal took plftqe at Mt Zion on last Frid ay t l Charlie Drohoo r t Durant Oklahoma Daily riflOwpneuriloUiL 1 638 south second ave Chancy iDonohoo passed away at 015 iWOoi a native of Bflrdstown By and ii resided in that state the greater Ii part of His life During the civil J war he served with baler iaajl union cavalry regiment and for 5 many years hid been a member I iwasj i vived by one daughter of1iis drst lila rriageMrs Rebpccat iThompr onoreaS F leJ t and by his second Avife whom bel i imaried eight years ago He is asp survived by one brother and three sistjersj none of whom resde hereJJ Deceased came to bumnLfourY9ai agrand was i employed here as a pain tetHe vas a devoted member of the5 i Catholic churclWand had many Ii tJJ warm frietidfihere iii l F RSONAL Mrs Thomas Hardesty re turned from Lopisville Sunday after an extended visit to her- plo tier 1r2 ti Z Mr B F Simms has gooe to HpntfersnnvHte N C to bel with 7 her sot Leo J3mms who is ill at itiatplacoi Mr Alice Eanfcand Mr Ed Duncan li uisvilei l ireat ttie bedsidooftbefibrothcl Mir d Wil Duncan i h MrsJH+ Thurmin spent a part onis we k with heri lstJi1 Mrs H pijodnWu in Louis yule a Mrs 1ohn5 Mnyes and of d lUiitfter Mrs Everett BusteVi sp it Friday and Saturday n1I LouiAille V f J iMi1 and Mrs JJ L Alhn werej f in Louisvitle Sundity Mrs Sam Goodlet went to 11Lpuispecialist about her health 11 rand aMrs W C Rogers 0 of llebaiion w re guests of their sister Mrs Fred Hagan Sundays i Mrs L T Stark of Ehans villa Ind ij visiting nt the hem of Mr andJMrs N P OarapbtU is Mrs J iL Harmon of BowlI ing Green and M W T Bar nettof MacUville have returned to their homes aft ravjsttwitht ff their sistel Mrs N P Cinpei bell Mrs John Offutt dnd iitlKi daughter of BlooniHeld revisiting her parents Mr and Mrs Ji IL Clay brook e 1 Mss Kathe ine Spaldiiip of Lebanon was a guest of Mis Bertha Haydtvu ihe first of the week I Mirfs Lizze H ydon M r Oharles Haydon and Mr W P Book ware wVtirossed in the Barber will caset darCstown on Monday Miss arlClaybrPoke return ed today trjDfn a visit to her sis ter MrsEa vdon CbvclKnd near Lebanon t Mrs ARvBhulU aud Miv Ida tl rr4bhsent Tues lay wit friend in Lebanon NJr GJLJ YliJlton and Mr FrJnkNWJ ia uran4erCer county this wfcakp business MrA dlphLrtleinofLOUii villa spent Sunday with his ss lIBJIS and brothers here Miss AnnieMctJbofdwillleavo the last of the w eU for a fliort viSTt to friendsi in Louivihle4S Mis cGlelland has retutned fromS vist o lrl r sister Miss Mare ttJiehaiion- Mr Riy GooSia of Lebanon spent a fe w dav s the first of the weekwt Will Russell and Sha ker Robertson 1 iM j wp8TO s 1t 1 II- i i IwlttTiPAyclIi 1 II- both mo ey a id time by buying goods that have b trid bv millions the word over have beeD in the nII for yeais have proven to ibe satsfaotory and are sold on MERIT Their name nauisa guarantee that they are all alright We refer to the well Imown brands The Swan Hat none better 1 HeldemanHeldeman Clothing tile best made The Etlinger Clothing for young TheOBryan Bros Overalls excells all othersii The Little Red School House Shoe for The Famous Selz Schwab Line in t IVfens Boys Misses Ladies and ChildrenII Try a pair of Royal Blue or Perf Edelens Honest Mike and Ldrd and boys v iThe Famous Eclipse for men made by HelmersI Bettman Co 1 The well known Shirt Cluett Peabody Co 1 to 100 The Avon brand Collars all styles anti sizes tThe R G Corset they fit no experimenting The Avon Shirt Waist Perfect fitting The Black Cat Hosiery made to wear Try our Nol5 For boys bur No 10 for girls One ipair willwear as long as 6 pairs of ordinary Hosiery i Dont for get Topey they are alright too Pullmans Linen Handkerchiefs for Ladies the best on the market Irfok for the Bird Pn every handkerchief The Gilberta Petticoat in all grades Silk in coJorsf aAfull line of jGilberts Linings in all shade i Standard the world aver l cA16rsIl litI f l of Stomprng Patterns arid do alt kinds of Sarapmtf Work guaranteed Wo k done by Itdi ofH3 xjlerieiici l t SPRING i 0jii i f arriving every day oan we are always gidt stiowi lour oolsWE WANT YOUR TRADE 6RllDI 27 1 IfIN TInE e fMf isitsttr idaughter Mr sWc f J m IWrn fipldl xiaitijd his sen Mr Keut I Stdith Sunday Mr GarTantl QLflhing4I111was- n Loiiis llt Mc nday Mrs i1 D Rodm ri of Lbu is JFIiflh f l Mrs John Miller of Bardsr town IrJ Irvine Wiinsnlbi of Lpufeviile and Miss Eraestine Knqlt wJio hasTjaen astudeut Mazdreth Acadtmjv were caHed tilfreto attend thfi faudral Mis3 Mayfliie Knott t Furniture for Sale fh J rAibandsooi suiLgenunoWhu1- IV1urniture i t coflslll1lng of lfour pifKei bed dresr wasUsfend atdtabie marble top Gall on r3ddres J4 Mcl JY SprlngfietlIC f A Swoilaij W not pretty nor pleasant Whither itS caused by ncuraFgja toothache or acident BaUirds Snow Dtnimoit will reduce the swelling and relieve the pain The great amlsure cure or rheumatism cuts burns bruises caldsany and Hli aches and pkins Spld by Uqd Cross nruj Store o = Notice J AIL personsj baving ciimsji against ilL tdci assigned will present ame pfrbperty pro eat t4Jie undersigned Aurrztj s indebted to tP above if plu s8 promptly LIABqRNSS- v Assignee I i oif Salepr Rent r tr v1 r r A 6od Seven room dwelling on Grunily avenue for rein 6r forsale I Tater iin bouse good garden and outbuildingsi Apply to T D TAP- Jfyouneoc3 a pill take JJeWitta Lifctfe Early Rfsera Insist on thein gentle easy pleasant little lifer pills SeW by the Red Gross druflF store t 4IJI 4 NOTICE T ri havci bought the grocer stock and fixtures ofE C Cox and will continue the business at the old stand opposite the First lNational aankIIIwill replenish the stockas rapidly as possible ahd am offering a large part Qf that now on hand at re duced prices to make room for new goods ISAAC CURRY oWt i i 1 Mlit Elevator f i I f l R8idenceandlland For5SaIe- ii i Tins mill property knon s ustheB ftd Roller Mills is a rhorougbly ui PQ plaint vifcba evtI S pacitvot 50 barrels of flour dally besides meal aril Gra jhitlD flouri Theplapt is in ddily operationi producing Ithathavea reputation not excelled by any Th r was built in 1907 has a capadty of 20000 bushels and is equipped with the latest iiiprvd tna iicbinery Thebusiness Was es abHehed iii1875r and is in j 1LVor with a large steady and profitable tr de Therrealdendei is a new two story 10 room frame witIt i all necessary Outhouses barn buggyshed rorncrib etcJi Ii all in good repair j on a lot 18j front by 375 Jfeet leepj lawn beautifuUv shaded by ittge rtH pps13oiEtet of- jolouil porch around frQnfand sWes or houses One of the m 5s omfortble and desir Sbl homfiSMa Marian C9unty7Attt Choi totbisi8 a pldlf aiout 14 ocfos Qt vhe very finest bottom land thanitfftiGc there is noney better in tbe Stat l 1I The whole property HP together in tli6 edge of the town of BrailfordsviHie t yft beautiful village wjth good churrhes and scliool m61he valley bf the Rolling Porl 10 miles from Lebanon ICythe seat oJEMation couijtyV where the nearest mill is located awl wtiFj e this mill as a good trade This is an uau ttul opportunity for a handsome hofue and a profitable well established business The whole property wJ be suM lo highest 6iddivon tile premises EDNESDAYao ARC iGth i 90 r 1 Ctors sale ri1stI1t9kn vn up day of ii- s all4For further inforatibci callcm rjddress ic T B frjJ3 E TERHUNE SIiIEecutors UradforJvile ICy- a 1 i I I ii ii- TI 0 E 1 NIViREAQYiI I i Jj I t L 2 It t lF LL1iiarpets MaUmg JL kfRoom IZ Rug jpm lioieiims and Opwtitfis i f2 I farf Lt Papesv Wioimv ShacI NWItc 1hJJaceturtariisls Portier rIh Covers tisY Z 7 r Cutain i ceRods Egensim Bracket k Ji it Crex Rugsss all Sizes J 4 rr t J = rWe e prepared tofutnrsJi ny r tiFIoorCorihgLeave AyDlngSil tpord Shades = T1 RoberthiJil CIaybrook Co = tIt I p IitINCORPOKATED I I 114 t ffljt tij Y Good ouinreotolls fl 11 p 3 It c 2 Iw s ThtihebnIy kiiyIbolisf b j r In our placei for w- 1 sehreE on t1u fresh i41J i qualityofOUr r 2 4 Fruits GaMea and Gakfc i jps i 4 t tt 0reSlJ 2J1u edDai1yl o ittAt our scd Cfquntainware i tr pared at tiaUtimcf tc Mii4 drnks Co Co1a9H tl 4- V Ilate e tcr 1 4 We serve Meals in the 11ffW 1jt 1 c good old horne style Ae 1 f 9yster always fresh s 4 J f r4 F j 1 hilertlein S Con1tIOflf fl irit1J r KAT1ELiERTLElNIROPripL c4 t t i t Ar PUMPSII r t t rvmps1 J 1 you wapa goo4 Pump ft your IIIf be suretocallon r a IIi1t fttt i fino v l They ov have anelJinji t1ot ggthem cheaPlhQralsp f carrgh1i o U1CE HARDWSS ARiit O IJ suchas mail boxescros8 cut anUfliid 1 saws any brand made Farmers tpoU Iof all Rinds Also one of the b lirte 1 of STOVES eJerjntnetoi mQfS rtfieldl Be sure tq caflafld get prIc W arnftee our t14 ltn ad1rnInW aand will giyejrqrnpi sirvice 1 H 1hett 4 sdWn T1 i ru 1 jDWiWjI s 1 ftJ 6 tI bm1IoNp Ja w T Ti ShakelnaBoftkMWcs GiIeIIIJlIfI ll11l NOW iIe tb tfSM WfaW tfe doctor t U buy 111d 0 BMdfeiae atuJaJbanIID I tolreato dre Wl7 sad fr kftsdr Th1s1sthsdI of an oM mi nl iHor jijr wtx 8itjs i t Hh ma JDJj8 S U4IulaAe wiU Mbgs s- 11a 6 otJ YJ I prcrIrtiolLPIRI4 1ii Ds4 1Wpa tbrIoRflOa Jd 8yrup- rvll rabP sfttir Iai a POSStOSIpOOIIfULa1 wts s AskMBs OMH- jfr j WY this s4sI pj bonrt t aLtw t UM fee gc I I i beckii tobeap1ddk ltk AIIi s1 c as7 for all Isof j brf1J s biood wbteto the Y I bjiiu fc filuroot Any J 1y pss ihatboIMiIi i l aJlltila Wi on said ri 1bps hoa a ar4 1 s tIM u ea r b bs aredi or if IJ wilt IIidIIJfor 4 la ut ftU oT the ooantj 1mI la Mr betii7 icboolJ I tl bM been t be keMi reh axe JBOat c4Mgrr Thr M every rAi 4f lDIri1ttq eft I J sI IA dUsdie- df no and grovod ooract j 5tt with gssid weea Tb- ic suck condition ipoe or iiacri MDfhi rtapo4 Tbat 1ao beottbatff Issd taildiftfi are ItttOUeiebyrsaoJtbtir BflaV ap uoo a jati 1W pride k arooMd and with good ngs 8am 1dLp ndauoj aira rtifr pf Ire g f twith1MbsoternL4 wk kI JMMBC Md beatficialI 11f naritMPooLrToT Lixetoe J Feb fJ7 BiM LJ F Walton official ZNSIiLI Bwrier Tebac 0 tlattd tert today that tI5o hof tw IIor 26 MQOfr pOMMk of the pooled orp nott lIset Tsi1t Wincher to ttw Anwncaa Tobacco Com pMjvIbeii delivered The heOtfpen 8QGQO and 16000 hog s iMMb and Mr Walt tL atM MM 1U1 of this tobacco will be 4yred and paid for by May 1 pMeeiof tha tobacco wWchhaa WiYerd bac HIt storedj i2 LoeIviiJby w menCll1 J JLeec Osiiiy although 1 SotJf b placed in gj IIc = SpecklTrei bt I j rntly rm t tWirii to earrythe iIJ9iII iyr IYII lInlJl Ir WH ey tr mhU ptas the aidt2Jw NssIsIaadIeiii ti eMt7 zor ad Nd Uflucdboto ord ltthtibsbarRfeL t eiaIN ue wtVbetbiehMrsscbsrnu S 4SU I Mt tcu1IthsI- I 0 k mktd f1tk bsd er d kpII gs TMsuiut lktef 0 blsIdS duaid 11ot1thskMeys bdaa ast II1II o Is suos Waready effect of 5pettreaJild kiiwgd ty of triiu4ivrMbIqr k ie aabstU a Presidential taprations JfifiHWisfcUgtoii to LiT Al thWsyroen4Jtfferaonlan StinpticltyM to tfw Poenp arid Slate of Modern Timet tbe urly yert ot bG at jbcf ow tti capital M to W sklngto the indttctSdte 0 a IKesk1 tIt al a efvcwoaj e great dignity s MIty WM a Tery smail awl llr k iu NewfortntgJatI1 crcl lUIet TotAlrll 30 gao T ry iaTfni awl bearilng housed tn throngti with Visitors and eat tbe day Wfoce the friapguration Mf7 prirate hbwe was hued WLtk fwita frMaair parts of the Union IB ia coter of the procpssJon pre c 4c4 br tMMBAteaRil followed by MawcMntatlve walked George Wash taytoo Oii reacbint Federall hall tthe Hoop loaned a line en each sIne of a way throwsh which the president With hLi attemlnnts wns conducted to IJAUGtJRAION IN OHT OF CAITOL tie chamber of the senate where the representatives tad assembled a few attauteg before and at the door the tfc president received him and at ted d him to the chair The vice president then Said Sir the senate nnd the house ofepresent atlres are rsady to attend you to take the oath required by the constitution which wJU be administered by the state of New York The president aBawerei IaJ ready to proceed rite cnt and the 1 018 r 14 uway iil1l by the rep es Washington walked to the o tsde gallery overlooking both Wall and Broad streets which were InN with a sea of upturned faces Washingtons ftrst official act was to attend service In old St Pauls The second Inauguration of PresI dent Washington took place In Inde pendence b llat Philadelphia on March 4 1702 On March 4 1707 John Adams was liaufjurated president of the United Stdteshlri the old stat house at Phila delphia Although the day was favor able there was no parade or gathering of a large assemblage Although the generally accepted ac counts of Jeffersons Inauguration make It appear that he rode to tile capitol on horseback without attendance and that the ceremony was or the simplest kind a newspaper ofthe day states that on this day President Elect Jefferson was escorted from his lodgings to the capltol by f body of militia and a procession of citizens Jeffersons second Ipauguratlon on March 5 1805 was simpler if possible thaiPhls first A Ceremonious Occasion The inauguration of Jatnes Madison i was the first ceremony which was aiade a great occasion The day was ushered In by a federal salute and at aa early hour the volunteer corps of nrilltla began to assemble So great was the crowd that the oath of office was administered In the old hall oj repfesentatives now statuary hair at the capItoL For the first time In the history of Inaugurations the various branches of the government lt were ush red info the han with ceremonious irtmp n lpa deillJames Mtdlson was Inaugurated the Ond11mc on Mftr h 4 1813 lIt had t military escort U1d the cercuipnier la the bowie of rpreseutntlie were lrailar vto those of Ills first liiauinirn Ion In the evemtrjj thenNwn an HgaraHon bull at ivsvty liortl which i now the Metropolitan The jitirt March 1817 war n bOnn Ifnl day and there wrs a hrje c rovrj j witness tile tugurtl n a roino- io The preald t ole tt Val vicc resident elect let the prlvto rqs lUC1Pres1dent Monroe ntcdbT a large cnval fide If cltizoiPi or horseback They vaxc met at tb CoI tot by the militia and the dwnonT took place lIn the onsto whkh Is now the supreme court room As the day for the second Inaugura 3uiicJnytheday Monday IJoJanoil March 4 1825 and the dnYW80ne tcPJHItieutt dence of the president elect who then resided o F street opposite the bIWtt House and here they prodesMoec1ttooet to the capitol Rickorytooka tueteorahle oae The trl Ppwrideot John Quincy agreed met to partklpate In augural ceremoai In4 the ifdSoti formed aattUary posBpi y ly blot ofaaM tII esrr to pidtstWt S7 of rY 2tryOcni anil soy dim buve wf47 Lantel4etsd tbfrea to Ge2elui1ck Mi as aaflfcf rt aakl lvn6ff to th- spItol In an enTb aeoood teaugaratjipn ef Andrew JaefcKofl was ery sjmple T icn was RIIItryPort ao onfwatd 4SRlay pnL no li ij The 4ih of March 1838 was a beaa tlfal day and the Inaugaratkm Care monies of Martin Van Burea were elaborate and the crowds lu Wash ington severely taxed the capacity of the city Van Buren was theflrst aa five Americas dUMB InavgHrated for alt the others had been born as British ltjeefs A NetmMe CelebraUen The Inauguration oftld Tlppeca floe was one of the greatest eveata that fever occurred In the national cap ital After the iarloms campaign which preceded lila election great crowd gathered In Washington to witness the Inn I1gqnttlon Exactly one month after this Presi dent HatTlson died and on Aptll r4s thA nAth nf office h CROWD P Tkepres chauibcr wereJoln cargiagie president rore William crancn coier JG ISC thqu circuit court of the District of Co lumbiaIt a cold rainy day when President Polk was inaugurated but thero was a long procession of the military as well as civicorganizations Jiachary Taylor hnd fine weather unlimited noise and great ccrcmon1 attending his Ugllrntlnthe 4tl Sindnv o n inaugurated As Preslddnt Taylor died on JulyS one yenr after his Inauguration Vice President Mlllard Flllmore took tho oath of office on July 10 In the house ofrepresentativesThe of Franklin Pierce was unique In the fact that the vice president elect William R King wa not In Washington to be swbrn Into office but was on a mission to Cuba and took the oath of office at a pWn tatlon on the hUla above Matnnzas at the same tlnie President Elect Pierce wan being sworn 4n In Washington Tlunp was no Inaugural ball ThCr1th of March 1857 was a splen did tluy and James Buchanan was In nu ur ted with much pomp and cere mpny After reaching the White House President Buchanan he1da public reception and at night attended the Inauguration ball which was held in a building ib Judiciaryl square erected for that purpose The Lincoln Fettiyjtlet Abraham Lincoln had a bright clear day for his first Inauguration but It rained and the treats Were wet and muddy when betook1 his second oath of officeJ The martyr president went to the Tailtnl from Springfield by way of Indianapolis Columbus Cleveland aJithough be was given receptions all along the way when he reached Har rlsburg on account of threatened vie lencp It was thought best to change the plans and he proceeded to Phlla delphla In one of the public cars and arrlvlMg there at mfdnight he entered the New York sleeper and passed through Baltimore undisturbed and arrived In Washington at 050 on the morning of Feb 23 He remained at Willards hotel until the Inauguration day when President Buchanan called for him and in an open carriage the party proceeded to the capitol In order to avoid threatened violence the president and president elect in their carriage were preceded by a cojmpany of Infantry double flIes of tIe Pta trict cavalry oa either side and In fntitry and other military organizations following In the long proces sion there was a large car or float representing the constitution and the Unlorf uchslnte being represented by a In white A battalion of District troops guarded the steps rf tIlt capitol The cere mony of swearing In the vice president in the senate completed the entire party marched to the east portico of the caplfol where the great scene of swearing 4n Abraham Lincoln took civil war was In progress when Mr Lincoln was Inaugurated for the second time Then were evidences of the war everywhere and gloom and sadness covered the whole land The president went to the capltol ear thepartprocession however was noteworthy 1V enougtl tient4re you sure doctor that t haltkfood that you have recon ei6d Is nourishing Doctor Sure Wliy J knSw It The man who Intro iUced that health food not only lives Ml supports a large family on It Itray Stories A litter Reterti Do yoa thlakr be asked that you pjtliliearn to love me tl dont kHiiw she towered 9night but If I were a wan ltd hate ya think that II was an acquired taste OMcago BecofdHeralil fA Vttnf things p nllbt fraud de rtroy c fYrtflne otherwise honently wowGerman myrrh Mr Rosuets African MY mouth hasBTOrethk urII Theodore RIf8Yelt will leave lDettcfol Africa to hunt wild animals in the inteet of science The enterprise was conceiyed lby Mr Rooaevelt and be willcatry I xpediILion will not name It jis not to heas the p ess has tried tosnaake it The Roosevelt Afri can Expedition but the Smith sonian African Expedition and its leader is tbelat man to Ed sire thktithe known by any oth er name than that of the natio- nalsontific orRanizaio whc- bhasgivenitsii to tbe undertaking The end to e sought is science not sport There wil be no butchery of game nor shooting f r jhootiugssake There hsre been attempts to make it appear that Mr Roosexelb and hi fied companions are to go into Africa in the spirit that the French man said was the Englishmans spirit Good morni K itsafinif p diy lets o out and kill slpe thing n T The m m who believe in th study of he living mammal aid mejivinf bird the huntirg wi It the field llas rather than wIt the t fie kriow the necessity of museum ol tons of mounted pecimons in ord r that field identification may be made cer tainand tbiij the lifestuly of animalsma be stimulated The mammalsl and birds collect d by Mr Roosevelt and his comp n ions wUl be turned over to the National Museum in Washing ton as a part of iit3 education exhibit and for the use of students who neeA such materialI for comparative purposes From Into Africa with Roost veltinthe American Reviewll of Reviews for March Misery in Stomach And Indigestion Vanishes in Five Minutes and You Feel Fine Why no start nowtodayflfof IU Stomach tr ubieandladigestiou A dieted stomach gets the bltaes and grumbles Give it a good eat then take Papas Dipepsin to start the digasie tqices working There will be no dys pepsia or belching of Gas or eructations of undigested rfood no feeling like a lump of lead in he stomach or heartburn sickt headache or Dizziness and yqtir food will not ferment and prison your breath wih nauseouodors Papas Diapopsin costs only 50 cents fOIa large case at any drug store here and will re lieve the most obstnate case of indigestion and jDpset Stomach in five minutes r There is nothing else better to sake Gas from Stomach and cleanse the stomach and intos tines and besides one triargle will digest and prepare for as emulation into the blood all your food the same ad a souiid healthy stomach would do it When Dyapepsin works your ajtomaph restsgets itself in or der cleans upand then you feel like eating when you come to theta leaDd what you eat will do you good Absolute r lief from all Stom ach Misery is wailing for you as soon as you decide to begin title ing Diapepsin Tell your drtu gist that you wants Papes Din pepsin because you want to be thoroughly cured of Indigestion Good Sales t Listen AiccBill DPwoold sj Wouldnt this jar the chprrie of ia mans hat wh rf isea mule colts Atthe Kjn ingion H rse Sale lust wrek Mr V D Mountjoy sold for himself md other parties eight wean ling colts siredr by Judge Co ins for 2025 or an average of 225 One ofthesla was sold 10 LawrDce Jones for 2CO one tc P Wuolridg Tar 25 two to Gay Brothers for 285 and155reI spfctively and others sold tit different parties for 185145 120 and 110 One was bid in at 25Q Mr Mountj also sold tn aced horses for 2470 or an average of 247 He alsn fold to P Woplridge a mare which he purchased at the sale for 550 Mr J M Johnson sold four head of horaea that averaged hinr862 50 Anderson News flfefr De VVltti OarboHzed Witch Hazelf rtik very good for c appey hands a ford1tpetflckly but ins 6sp l11YKO for plleaIt iis sold here bv the Red p Crow Drug Store ft Builds F rceJn U WbatIS mec1Idp t go Wine of Cdu th proven so efficadous In most cases womanly ftj Mrs ILwrftes My headi1d rlm gfrsd Ith I = =+ i li AM rv ff10I OF riSE souiw1 1 LL OF7ffi COMMERCIAL BRAFI1ES INCLUDING vnpui tsSoxs 111 BOOXKEENMG BY SECURE IONS 9DDWRITE BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS B0WUNGG f HaSaD iWe want a from every man afflicted with Rheumatism Lumbago or hameTind address so we can send each one a Treatment our Rheumatic Remedy We want to convlpce every rheumatic tsufferer at our expense that our Rheumatic does what of socalled remedies have to a tompUsh actually urs Rheumatism You vcanribtCoax Rheumatism out through the feet or with or cunning metal contrivdn ces You tae it out with liniments electiicitybr niapie You canrot It utwith mental science You Must Drive It Out It the and you must go after it and get it Thi is ju t what HaSan Rheumatic Remedy es and that is why it cures Rheumatism Rheumatism is Uric Acid and Uric Acid and HaSan Rheumatic canot live together in the treatment cures sharp shootipg pains the dull achingmuscles i limbs I I p Rheumatism or Nturalgia order more to complete cure au1 give us a profit If it does no help you that ends it We do not a small sample containing a few tablets and of no practical iisEln but a full two weeks atuent You MUST SEND usr 2c to pay postage mailing and packing and this lull two treat ment will be promptly sent you free everything prepaid 1will be nothing to pay on receipt or Jater Dont wait until your h art valves are injured by Rheumatic but send today and gt a two weeks treatment free Only one free treatment to a family and only to those who send the 25c for charges For sale I by firstclass druggists or 338 Erie St Toledo 0 w TJe iW anclthe PainjJ HEADACHE ACKACflEZloreIbet1nto use Dr MUe AntI Pith lot dysand weed witb neuriIge Nov nrely evtr tun betdtche te without them Eleanor Wade SSSNethStrerf St Joseph Missouri r O- fRHEUMATISM LJ SCIATICA t 25 Doe 25 Cents rYour DraMtsj stlls Dr Miles AndPtlnPinj uiaauthor1ortrthepi1ccolthctfruiaetatc Convincing Proof liDo you think Hint nlienists testimony proves anything naked one lawyer TLCS answered the other at a glance It shows conclusively the side by which he was retained Washing ton Star I Woes ofa Diner Im tired of uotlilng but beef or chicken fordlnner Well I dont know whnt youre go ing to do about It The oknpl the only real new nnlmnl It too scarce to be of any practical food valueuck She Mcaht It BelIe1 told him I should never comII muulcntewlth him again Belle Why of course not r stuck tto what I told him Clevelrtpd Lender Qstend Was On Pa There are times when ordinary persuasion is not strong enough and wo to show our teeth to the world When Is that n son jOstcnd1Vhenfilled WIth gold jin Detroit Tribune Up Pearl It is a wonder dont pass their hon morccoup1esI loon It is so unique Richard Oh most honeymoon cou 1 I tell him hes n sneaking scdundrel and he tellq mevlm a liar and a sJ derer GWcago Tribune nf 1 Eczcima is cur ZKMO a MiMi prcfMi Mi lee xHoial MM 9tof Hchkit iastaatiy a4 4Mri fwins that c iM- iMee itu JEcMMMi quickly yirida awl Ilat pinaaniBtly osrd by this dkjne AU Droccists for emit X W Rose Mod Co I LouilfOr Haydon Robertson for TocweyuffsIkyousayBUtc sjjmedicinesanother to the spIne to wonian1yoipn so th of of disease Try Wra Tfcraer of Barioovifc HrlufSerecffarII IA wttout relIef beck Dd and i apI At JrtWRITE JII TIAJAlA lift IIrJP iviciiscq7flE9PIftflYAW7Au6IfZ MAILGRADUATES 01 JiowrADDRESs UNIVERSITY letter Rheumatic Remedyi Remedy thousands failed sKin plasters cannot tlsm imagine lain blbod Remedy Onrr Irthus i r weeks There Poison HI1MEREMEIJV CO Neuralgia ONETt hI81presents have Away golngIup Iw1thRugg1est bt rmrihbl Write l Wine Carduiht- f Grealoy Dofged Lincoln President Lincoln having been often and severely nrrnigned itt the New York Tribune for what Mr Greeley considered Ills shnvness Jn prosecuting the war bad said 4If he Greeley ob jects to my policy IIsbnU be glad to have him state to me his views frank canflGreeeywhenthawould simply twist me around ills fin iesLlncolns wilt me lIn half a minute he said on another oc ca lon when again urged to see the president and have a talk with him milDwonderfulIhim except when I keep away from him IThe Experjenced Swine The crowd around the postofflce stove after exhausting the possibili ties of politics local and national had been discussing the alleged lack of the ShnpkinsPeters said What do you think about It Uncle SImpk1ntrWcltceilingIold man a liar but r do knowIt to bb a fact that when feedln time comea to get any response he has to have somebody else call his hogs fur him Womans Home Companion Purely Professional You say hes a professional man Cayennedoubtfully hang out a sign Back In an Hour and throughWnshlngton Both Busy Th girl who knows she Is pretty makes a fooll of herself And the girl who doesnt know She Is pretty makes a fool of some man Houston Post v t On tho Wrong Tack Tommy Grandpa are kings and queens always good GritnlpzrNOt al ways my boy not when there arc aces out against them Brooklyn Life Pastures For Pis Good pastures were provided oil the year at the Mrs lsrflJpl experiment sta tion thus Insuring large strong uttcr of pigs and n healthy herd also chea- ppOrkew England Homestead Ir Grit For Poultry Grit must be hard rid sharp to do the work of properly grinding p the food in the crop Gravel asa gjeseral tiling Is mot rough enough Lad crack ed oyster shell Is ton softJ A IAPTIST ELDER 1ato4to HMatk by Vinol 1 WM na dowa and weik from In digestion and general debility also suf fered from Vertigo i saw a cod liver preparation called Vinol advertised anit decided to give it a trial and the re suits were most gratifying After tak- Ing two bottles I regained my strength and am now feeling unusually ptlstVinol Is riot a pateatmictitebutapr- eparation eedoefte medlclnil l elements of cods livers Combined with a tonic Iron asS wlaI Yinol creates ajietrty appetite i s ap the organs of digestion a4 m k l hJrib1ood IB this Batural BMtHMr ViRol creates streHgtk for the nm4owB over Wfked and oJebintaM aad fOrdeiI- cate chlldrea aiid Old peofl For ckro ie eovcks cot aa4 broaekltls Vinol x nn eieelld All afKh peqou la tMs Tkialty aro Mlf 4 to try yimeiwi ese oar to Iundr mon y if it fails to ivo sat isfaction jjjDCROSSDRUjTORL i 1 1 tJi tH s 4 1For a limited time w e wHIfiye abofc y fe j t i f tf TENN LJt For forty yarsthi paper has lle sv tW fwd tof thousands of Southern farmer If ycijr4 Icasubcriberto the NewsLoaderor if ysa b scripHon has expired orcUr NOW ia th valuable present free We reerr the rIM sG t L withdraw thxsoffer at any tine1 so HURRJf UP Address s o c uJFhe t u 4 Sprlfaf ld K- yiitV4 S r J i J 1i 4t f spepsia If yoa can t if Kodoi ptvreoU ieffectually helping Nature to ReiM tBut dont trifle with Indigetim l A grettmany people who have trifled with indigestioh have bEen sorry for Itwhen nertoa or chronic dyspepsia resulted saul thdy have not been able to cant it 1se Kodol and prevemt having Dyspepsia Everyone is subject tohalgee tIon Stomach derangement stomach abuse Just as natwally and just as surely ua sbund and healthy stomach results poaUle taking of KodoL When yea experience aoarsess of stomach belching of gas saul nauseating fluid bloated SQH atkm pawing pain jim the pIt of tha Btomach heart bura socalled diarrhoiea headaches dullness oil chronic tired feeling you needKo dol And then the quicker you take Kodol the better Eat what you want let Kodol digest it Ordinary pei ela dyspej tab lets physics etc are toot likely to be of muck beaSt toy in digestive silmeats PlilataIi what Stove forSummer Nothing adds to like a in Blue Flame that J do the New do and do it better ToUur 1- SubscibmIb illifNAHV4LLE NewsLeader Betterq summcrweacrJ a partial S1 not digesters at aH Kodol 4s a T rfect tw Jf you could e Kodol ftc ldl v particle o food of all k 1fj glass Kttaow you would aortId M = f- Ialft 0 Nature Md Krfd wtB sjwiy cura a sick iiinsMili j j tit oi 1 tobo enr 4 tb steosaoti MM l1liThat iis what Koiot AI aseut i atoBMbch whIte the stonuca t iwill JiitaspuAICJ OCusts5 Ie TOlar = bEt1s Tsa all 1 Se ie ofkts U It bs IM1et1eeeiir Wewlil ssa say Pa4 1r s ottIs Deal bw ttIcs o Lbs fafljLiesMb 0iKOcw Ii pvspavsd at ths tod lCDe O f SOLD BY RED CROSS DRUG BJ1 i kitchen convenience New Anything BakeS dlgeeteM Iir9ns V r to your discomfort The V NEw PERFECTION Wick Else Flaae pa Cooke aIlykeeps the kitcheiicooi actuallT roaleei It eoittab for you wKile doing thefaBftfly x 6kiajr becluae no grange its heat is directcdTto one point ofyritt aed the j kettle Made in thre ziaca fully wesranted HttOt Inf with your dealer itectracstcy ePOLIMP u I0thattr ttrCdeyesa peset at ee l l4c1tel e f tan Other laspe JtltktClKJ t AWAR tiirI-aa iC flI IIi Ja 1pji l4tI I II f QuestionHowtot the doctor asks He ioHWSWhaf j dag ih liver means He knows what a long list of tftsfe s n com- JiaInfs resultfrora constipation H knows that head dcs 4ZkbiktyWe wish you would talk with your own doctor agfcut this subject Ask him at the same time if he aj proVes of Ayers Pills Do as he says TTverC r 7TFa F t