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Mtt j fff J r f J I EVmxyII NO rrt r 1 t SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KEHTUCKY MARCH iH I9ti9 T IGOfiEYEAHs i r f iLV r I ORJE 1 tRUSTY a ppT1CAL D TI 1iJ t HaT4o k Berber h Iiprkes3 J JJ Iesd b ntIt jtTDDV fTtt I y SIGtlL1 ooaty seat of Wtgto C ri51i1c oIotUI t 1L4ezbgtQi1from ewJf1I h of ud JI sIyUJ titliroad JB U I ailtr1 tft P I NIr t ffa cS IsezFSIaWSl4tMbec a WI i1ofs r IiJ lt liI ttIvIiclreHf Hon ohIoh SLOWR y awetft1v ill Keittncky Le- is sKQl1 W CMcCFori ILI1tutIYeI ljib Sea Hon OEl aCam1VlIe Ky- = c J 1 JlketJ tor t CIRCUICOURT J ouE Cirt Iii1 te foiirth- iayI Octo- i i YwMo ii rr1 picmmowea1tk At if LL iffIC Clerk 4 XaIteCOa i 4i QUEftVLOUITo the thir lt day Jt se iithit LaMy THce OONTY OUT euty C in e ts on the fourt Lf y CEdI mutk kLtM1r qe V 1 ooker C sttY Cleric T CotyAttfltYIyeei i4ttCaUittJiK lIIfit O Q4we3li itrl ackbambsttCdkaIa t DeP t t J r owe contysrveyoa i if OBiyan A qol ciieIi1eputY J OiefTrcaliret i J M ttieci Q9Coaet J m n IJtcliiKrlod i tf CITY COUTL- XQIStt PohCe Judgt Ii Ge1ara1- wvQaby City Attorney ilrrl r JuWrICCOt3Tll t tke Courts are held in January 1rit auO3toboT- Y 11 tttC Bircctory t PAs 4METhODIST OHTJRCB J4G SoXh g Pastor der 4ssh ryStI2dy It OlD and m fts tevrySuuday at10am- iPlrir rCve Wednesday r S1ik taaa if aCATHQLICC1JUICI tjftr PT 3ennes aV Pastor Serf i Terr Sa lay at 8 and 10 oclock sJ2rviceS atSt Roscae houn tf rftFsByrEnTAN CHURCH j r v R E O LawsonfPat rj Jrrk every Sunday att 11 am- tit ps 4y ichoolevery iaf t id1iim jiii ciiryTredaY evcnIrI 7 OkI t t k RAPTISTCHJRCH- tW HarriIl La3tur 0 Wili3mb RMfeiii ir etfry Sliocay aV i p f gj P SdaySchoo1evcr ARkfIat 930 a m Player meeU g yy rlNdy eyning t 74c1oc ir i 4 OHItISTLk CHURCH 11 Mea 1Ixtv v rWlfPLC e 4vLcerrbt tl dfonrthunda Spud y i li1tij i FraterRaIthrsI t J v MoLc LO MX Spnugf eid lodge Mi Ik firataEid third M oiiday lc eJL3thIir aliiitiHiR JL Chapter No 57 f a intritrjf ecokd Tuesday ruIeId Ceut1cU oS2 meets onI 7 T yijrthIkoeday I t Iwi mfTz MACAJC JtF1eef- l tHt UdJID 1 rJQlEY S T1OuIEYANBTAAK- l I c r 8 IHl t cOvh ray 4I A e ds throat and 1t r rj ot Nust41cubi4jc c 1 II body Sold eyrywas r tT hYubstitM TAR i U i wi tty t c = I jT E14 =LEADERJ JitL INE 1 l 1iU1twi f tEtTakStDCt SOcitkat CrIs Purposes S J 4 jEverett furmerhr BresU flent of the Amenqon Sporty ot Eqaryau4now at the head of the prganijafion known jfes the Farmers Bcjciet of Equity has t jfesncdia atemvnt declaring in flavor pf home warebousijg in the TpbiccP distvicts of Ken liicky Itisi said that his Cause 1C1UISl 9PPoshiggs to Ippk as the ugh the rrniny- farmers orgaujzaiipns working M r1purPoes fe1eIjto frustrate the plans tljat all have mapped out to benefit the farm t Harmony istl1e strength of all movements and failure to pull toletbe generally results in ruin Two many fingers In the pie generally spoils thepje This seems to sum up the itua tion in the Tboco growing dis tricts Western Tob Journal STAs OF baio CITY OF TOLKDO jLUCAS COtmTV r s VrankJ Cheney makes hath that he is eniorpltueroolth firm of It J Cheney awl GM doing business in theJCity of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm wilt pay OLrLARStarrh that cannot be cured y the ae dt Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK gr CHENEY Swore tp before me and subscribed n iny presence this 6tltdayQ Der comber A Dt 1886 V GLRASONSKAIi NOTARY PUBUC HaWs Catarrh Ouro iis taken internally andacW directly on the blood and J cuous surfaces J of the sysUmj Sendfar testimonialSrfree Fir CHENEY C0rpiedo 0 Sold by alll Druggists 5cI Ta1i Halls Family Pilla Jorconl pttpation 2 f Negro Breaks Jail LTorn Mosebr anegO accused Mf shoonn at a Southern laU 9 fr ib f t tQdR tpr at Aven stroke while trying to steal a arresttdbrtheand lodged in jjail satved his way hrPughtne jail door hereiast ursavand ater nightfall feft the prison and has been unnisince Mpseby with two companions were discovered while riding the freight train and were ordered off the traiiir ana1u reply to ihis order Mpse by pulled a gun and shot at the conductor The train crewgave chase captured him bjrougjtjit tiim to this city apd turned him over to the pfficprs wbopla ei- hijnrn jailJ Before he was iiprisoned he was searched bct o9 fin was foupd upon bam However the bar that fastened the door of thE jail shows ttfEm some source Moseby obF tuned a saw andjcut his vviay tb liberty f Itiscjnlte eViderit this is not the fi sttimethat he had beenin rouble nor was he a n6vicein the use nf the saw It isdoiibt 7 fal hether he will ever fie cjute as it is thought thai lie hasflef sseQioriof thacdup liy Anderson News f t complexl i iautgestion which eventually will bncome dyspepsia To have fine fair skin and heajthy rosy cheeks ypuhave to have ll stoal good heaUhyv peifect digestion ih order tjat you niay have rich red blood takingfocas1ona1lyjust wben you need it it is pleasant to take 43old ByiRed 7Oross DrugStore Samuel A Jones Dead Samuel AJonesaweil know iiTaveringnian and Secretary to the Louisville Coffee Co died in Louisviile last Thursday morp ing at nine oclock after a Jive days illness with apoplexy He was for many years a grocery drummer and AVS well known fegarddlJasdrummers out Xouisville and re r1lby 1hirIends here He was a n stiyeoI jtot county jJjLIs best t known piHs sd the best jnaMef are DeWitts ijhfe rly JU frs Thevre small easyT ntib take gentle and cert8in lId are gold bylheRed Cross Drug Store i 4 kid ToTcstScEoo1 ttieKy4 fw crderI 1 1 to make a test caae and get t ppiPh of the Court itfAppplsra to the constitutionality of Ken fOhrlstinCot i tuis aiternoon refused 10 paakea bytheedLt1Lt VeaS1IjO1 Board will tlbeMagistrStet will be tried out at onc The new ischoollaw is unpppuiar here especially as il provides mitybs either white or colored and ajgchojDlI in a districi no mia t ertof whattrace are under the su ervision of tb e ont Trus tee eleted Fol js Kidney Rinedwill cure any cse oif kidney or bladder trouble that is rot beybn the roach of medi cine Cures backacheahd irre ulari ties that if neglected ntght result in rights Disease or diabetesi Sold by Haydqfl and Rob rt nc f Big Sum For the Growers VU TAUGUSTA Kx Nextr TUC- SdtyheBrcket County Burley Tobacco society wil through the banks of the county dis tribute to the growers 40 percent ofttile amount due them on the crop of 1906 The amount tPbedistribufedis 258000 A distribution of 45per cent amounting to 89000 was made last fall Abuut 100 hogshead of the 1906 cropVare still in the wavehouses here The American Tobacco Company gpt 1067 hogsheads out i4abbut 3800 of the 190ft crop all of Vhicti has been delivered to them A part of the proceeds of the 1907c cpwill be distributed about ApriK ju X Religious Authors tatenenl Rev Joseph HFe pernaan Salis bury NC who is thc author of sev oral books writesLaFor several klc1nefrumy1iirlneyeight days unablel to ipetf up without ass tance My urine contained a thck white sediment and J passed same day and night 1 commenced taking Folejs Kidney Remed and the pain gradually batei nnd finally ceased and myrine pcaii nbrniaL I cheerfully recojnmendcfd JToleye Kidney Remedy Sold by Haydon and RObertson Af Green Arrested i oi t aEenpJoyeeof l1DitUrn ed bf dete vevtlf J hbriip bn lastr Satijfday afle1fnooO upofi the charge ofassruiltapclt battj t ry and placed undtjra bond of 100 His trial wilibe hd heref this morhirg To weeks agoItHe Jnanjgled remains of Parr ttJa young man of the same neighborhood was found on the railroad track arm and a half miles north of St Mary a full account of which appeared in our colnmus list weevil and assaultinghimi Fthisprise t Thi iis the most danRejOns time of th yeatto catch ouD it is the hardest time to cure it If you should take a cold a few doses of Kennedys Laxative Gqujrh Syrup will act vei jpromptly Its laxative principle curys he cold by driving it from the system by a gentle but nat ural act idli of the bowels Children especially like Kennedys JUaxative Cough Syrup as it tastes iso iiearly lute maple sugar t is goodtt iv the Red Cross Drug Store II AUTOMOBILES I wish to tate that I have contractedwith the Reo aid Haynes Automobile Cos to have exclusive controlof Marion Anderson and Washr injjton counties for th Corning year from Febriiiary lstfor Ae sale of all kinds p Reo and Haynes Cats For further informttioiraddress i N G MARKS- Sprii1gfieldKyk UiL1t iUcFr-Cs I ka Cld IM Croup A BadEyedMule lti An J XQitihg and compiicatpd and mysterious mule deplocH curred j l1ere Monday A PiiM man named Arthur Wii kiripn ftIfine1loq4tingmusl ffnd wanted tto selIhemor4 480l It seems he gva fiOtiicjus n me pfT5 A Arnedancl claimed he lived Iwitkifi ourrnillof Sprfasfieltf srrprIcef chdsed tfie mules for 360 gtvv this heck for same in the name pf J A Arned and he got the check cashed and left town wallet ing Mr Phillips bgcanie sus piciuus oftJieyoung mans actions a slt9rfttr e after the deal for he hadJfeeV told thatuArl ed couldnt tejij what road be lived Quiin Washingtor counfcy and the mules Jdnot hail rfIroth1 that county Heplacfed the care before who inxa ed DetgcHvethompsoQ had pass l saddle on ttive overtook itpat Grvel Switch andl brojtght hijn to Le banon and Messrs Phillips and Wilkinson gott together and c6m1 jpromisedthe matter by the tot jnur retufnintj tho mules and the latter refunding tho money Any oewouIdhavetakenthepo- siVon t that Mr Phillips die After being caught Wilkinson confessed to both Messrs Phil lips and Thompson ihTJt the reason he parted so mysteriously ILF7Viowv 03HY LATEST and gave the ficti ious name waa jbecjiuse one of the animits eyes thepveningthe mules to Mr Henry Collif of GjttnjSbcllsvillei Lebanon Leader ITI IfPI Sour stomach makes soilfr people f It makes your disppsiVbno spur yoor rf become dsltked lx cause of your sourj nature Every bit of it can betstop pdJust aa soon as you take isome thing to digest the fo dobe2 Sour stomach is caused by too much acid arifeingjfrom undigested foou Kodol for Dyspepsia and Indigestion will dlgeut any kind of 4oOd in any combinatioii at any and all time KeoQ you stomach well by taking Kodol now and then Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store I i 1 Notice JfaAhauffraa7 At WMbyer Arnold Ettternris Ilkugjues for sale j K48I4 rrral jmatWn B asked for in ggvliie Mo ullwrigons ToI16accField Fencf the best field fence I on the market in alfr sizes from the 55mQh face made in Ncr 7 top und b 1tmand No 9 inter medial wire and stage io thfc 26 inch hog fence and ifievbc t poultry fence pn the market at 4C cents per rod A C KIMBALL f Race Suicide as President Roosevelt calls it inotInearly the menrfcg to Increase in population that deaths among in fants are And eight out of tail deaths are directly or indirectly 4Baby41 i f i tary soar staniocH nd fyinfant all nients of this nature uLhe thing for teethingbables I Price 2f aid Sec IBarber WiliCaseD- etailsi of the Decisioni of the I Jury in the Celebrated Case ait Bard t wn Aftera long dravn out trial of more thjin a week the jury returned a verdict Wednesday morning in the case of Amelia E Baldwins Executor c against JcJltn R Barber rcTjie Suit involved the Will of Mrs Cecelia Barber which dis ppse5of property amounting to about 175000 depending sonie svtiat upon thB price the real es- tttatemay bri ig WquSjIa The wjll and codicils were Sustained except tvto clauses onejof which provided that if any devisee should die the property devised to such legte6should not go to his heirs but should be divided thviseesI proIr tate after the payment of fp citcdGvises the second clause provides that the residue of thp estate alter the payment of spe l I rjtlOnproportion rtp the several amounts given them Theset clauses were found not tQbe partofthe will of Mrs Cecelia B irber and this finding of the jury results in the devise of J 100 to the deceased t NTrs Nan Ole W Wells instead of revert il1 to the otlierj devjsjees uqdf r TAFT FAMILY GROUP the first clause The peting aside of the second or residuary clause of the will is variously es timated to inyPlVe tramn QOOuO to 90 000 dop nding upon the total sum realized Jot hft sall a of the properly ownedrbythe Bar bar estate since ti8ii is the resi payrthe WI IL The rosidu would de scnd to the li ei rs ttldjy ati if no will had b tlJJta e ad youlc pass tubstantially One half to her spn J nR Baiberis Sr and the othorhalf cO her mvuirl ter Mrs Amelia L Baldwin deceased The con est was hard fpug it by bJti sides and soi e oCthe most eminent I twyers of the State were engaged The rj2umerit was ably opened by Judge John S Kllyon Monday afternoon for the contestants followed on Tuesday morning by John W Lewis pff Springfield for the will and Hon WJ Clements of Louisville for the contestants Judge N W HaKtead for the will and Judge1 John A ITul pnfpr contestants Hon F P Straus of Louisville closing the argument for the sustaining of the jvill The ar gtfiaents were heard by a crowded Courtroom including many la dies and the speeohesware all pronounced excellent able andi eloquent Tne appeals both for aldagiiusttlie sustaining Of the wU1ware unusually earnest A motion was made by the con te test6 4et aside tho verdict artdgraitiew trialwhiqJil waS overruledaand an appeal was gra n ted Xy5 t The Court adjourned Wednes div evnnguntf Judge Jonesrt his returned to his ho Glasgow Nelson Standard afl Never Cast a Vote To fi Id iin Kentucky a m in wliohas yersofagevdteat any election either na tioqal state or county is to ds cover aretutation of the adage There is nothinH hew under ihes sun says the Bowing Grern Review Such a man live in the parson pf Josiah Morris Whose homp is in the Woodbury secion pfWacrcn county Not r in the matter of exercis ng bisI rightof suffrage alone is Mr M irrls unusual bur hEt was 119 vi er identified with the court of the State in any capacltb jexcept gaxptestimi suit He is not a membpr of any church or fraternal organ izatiooi Vlr Morris isj a refined jjputie wan a g eader of the neWspr pers and consequently well trio formed 4 a 4 tr Simple Remedy for la Grippe La grippe coughs arJ dangeronsTas they frequently flevelooT into pneu monia v Eqleya Honey aodTar not only stops the cough but heaVand strengthens the lngff so that no ee riou Jresnltg ne d be feared The geuulne Foleys Honey and Tar con tains ne harmful drugs and fis In a yellow PcklI1eRefu3e substitutes Sold by Haydon and Robertson Inithe Flood i Mr Davis Bohon was iin Tay orsvilie Tue dav and Welnes day iin tlie interest of iheGeorgf B hon Cora pan r and had an ex citing exporieoce with the flood which did aVas amuntofdam1- age to property in that plac Thewtfer roeto depth tT several feet in the Tat loravillf Hotel where Vlr Bjjhoi was stopping forcing the occupants of the house no the sec md pry or safety On Account of the water pn fire could be had in th house for two daysan f WAS lso rimpossible to obtain rfood which mafle the situajfpi a very unpleasant one Asspon as Mif Bobon could make hisses cape be came 10 his home inttfit city hone worse for this expe rience but say that he will pot again visit a place where there as the least prospect 0 the town becoming submerged InwateCv Hirrodshurg Democrat The Lurid tloW of Coin was seen in the red face hand and body of the little son pf H M Adam of Henrietta Pa His awful plight from eczema had for five years de fled aljremedies and baffled the best doctors yfho said the poison blood had affected his lungs aid nothing could save hh1JBut writes smother seven bottjes ot Electric Bitters completely cured him For Eruptions Eczema Salt Ream Sores and all Blood Disorders and Rheumatism Electric Bitters is su preme Only SOc Guaranteed by Haydon and Robertson Noted Jurist Dead s On Tuesday morning March 2J JudKe wm CarrpllLanoted lawyer and jurist died at His bOrne in New Castle pf gastritis and pneumonia He was taken sick while attending Court at Bedford last Friday but gradually grew worse from thot time until his doath Hawas about 78 years of age a man ofijfine judgement and gobd character and recogniz9d as onepf the bat lawyers in the state He was Circuit Judge of his judi cial District for twelvdyears atjd after that period was actively engagednin the proctice ot law and wasUevoted to his profes sion His wife daughter and two sous survive him TREESI t Fruittiand Ornamental Everything for orchard lawn and garilenv Writet vfprv free catalogue H F HlLLENMEYER sONS iV Lexingtng Ky 7 ow cail any person risk tkiig some unknown fpugh remedy when Foley Hone and Tar costs them no mae It is a satO ieu3y doa tains no harmful drusand curSartlfft most o ttlniite 9ut itidJ colds- Why experimenfe with yoi health llusist upon havIng the eijulne Fo leys Hopeyand Tar i r R 0II 1 L d j C fT =From 1ie Leader Miss L C rease V attractive yonng adv of Taylor cpnuty j and Eake red in the county clerks office moniihg Rev 0 n Prather the er mony be attrac tive lyTr T W Sat fee of Riley and MK Logan B Auderon a highly respected young Jfarmen of county were married by Judgij Jghn A Bortnin the count Jerk office after nodh lhegrotn was barely of ttge andnhe tb ide but ei j Miss Bessit Malone an attrHc ct8 umlp pular young lady of the Rush Brunch and Mr J J Cofmney rheeffi cent night itj were married at the rfsi dence of the bribes step father Vlr Clay Evns at yesterday afWrn QuOat one clock in the presence Ota few friehds and relatives f Mr Robert Buckm an aged 45 years died after A brief iilfless of neuralgia of the stomich nthis howe near CalVary Sunday snignL The ntierall feeryiGe were conducted at Holy Mary church Tuesday mprnipjE all unterrnentin C lvry cemetery D citizen and is survived by his wifev and foar children Mr D4vid Witbrow Sag cl 7Q years died ofi nfirniities incident cpnduci ed today at ibat plstb j and inter went wilj be in the Edward grave yard Deceased wV a highly respected ROod citizen arid a of NroiJ i bov good health eljeuld prevent slckuInstead oft letting themselves get Kok and then try ko cureit So Cas you keep your liver bowels and stom ah fna healthy condition yOU roet get eick Ballard Herblne relieves conBtipation inactive lijrer aid U ptomach and bOwel troubkli SoRbyl he Red Cross draiaLstor Big Crop f All over th white burley to distrjcV preparar tions are being made by tmfar mers to raise the largMt pottobacco ibis year that Vha evsr- been seen in this sectiop More ground has been prepared tore ceive UI pranks an4 beds fK raising the plautsI hivs toe inlarft nvimbrt Farmers to sowed the tbeo sedjdurring the moat There iis l e sits faction wAth the Society of Equity 4nougiiout the i i bllevd tbM with few lMfe aid there tne burl jtrooo olIM will be pooled hjj A larg or of w Cooled iooaccip OoI trie lids pr has been lInspected can iis iis prjacfii i of delivery All over this c tPn there is a IBO recent Jo INK teroigftniz tle fieniirji ii the itf if be llevedin tIll COTOf a shoir the Deiwcrat I J1N Savc jiyey gMid fi nants barss or t It peJetmaea tbe a sad beale quickly but ii6 espaefally dfWplies It k eeJd JAte by ibf Red Cross Drug Storer Jilk jt If La4a144f i i Iaiflf1ett1 IItA Ifcdnewhoiiejpenorm 1 1IIL lTuEfjjLEBANN LOCALSt Ricbrsoin MrJamsE lieSIQf1near Wednesday proooahtied MissIdaBSanee daugbtecof f Washfhgtcinr vVVdnesday igmtnj asrghbnrhdbd poliewaoofthig RuahlBrahch easedasgood etiRlluneralserviceswill j brptheitinla BHancockj othisici baccogwwin prepared thotFr- ultry birIy- itr1CtfldttlS exception4 ftJtrfperceIa4 iAZ1Ifaf h4e11deUvert Socieyofqtityd pooUMiMWPHc erproauctiqf farm1rrc- 1sbmry IWlt Jf t ftJ 1PJaJfrihRifR iKennidy play T- tjeryant in thta iin Lis4 yule at Mccauley rhNk Ia a three Jlajrr 11Wi ment betlaniof ThteNi + J r ninjr March il with mstss oSteainrdajM Thi is tb whcb create Mei a rest1iab1esesstjoiiNi Yi sprin ardsad wWqH plycd to capaeityfiwtes wiiir Ifat Power ttJo In CilD Hty1eeaon QtKibQ g i LJ Ithspkeii b i1 byI l a ir1bri oft fift the mo4t Jrb pttiduced within et iaOlJ fthe preA iniio Tbs New Yorl Kvenigi P Js Lligrasp1ay thes-e atoa f tn NeITsrk f q pronouisds 1it II odoa 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Astba eup 1f J jopaid all BroUchllI l 4tth 1fc JMI TrIllt Ie fr Ouv tte4byiaRobrt4s ftbaYi mrsr1tt 1 r I + sbssNa sit T1hM UI1tI- for me with ao 3srbi dTaylpr Mtt WT S New f t 04T nDfog Mtom foo LI 1rer- ii A- nI r rtJarj1 I1fJ1 jJpTiJ rt 0d top 0lIl or t t JkgLao fi- a Jr i ifd AAll t I 1 bsvhte eI itCCoted wik pfMnltiMw property d prow Ik r Vdd 1 MIt sruiis indebted to the Ik bpT rwW pltMe pay aaud- LABURSt I I 1iPAivnt r w Jiltt NfWSfADfll UILD YYtY SPINGFI8utn E L DA VISOH jT- TaUOAY f 1 I jAL 11 tf RiIt i 1 rd B J i1lWft CbmrtyfedIo Bo i i IUr WOR OOUHTlf CLWUC- W4re TfNItGacP BOBilll U a candidate tor tfce oflb ofCooqty Clerk Hikfect bi e M M ft the uatJc psrty rillb y Wn imthtaM to uce It ARm U a candidate loriheriJ i pHDeaocii4c party = a a wi aa Eak Os4g r1yioOroake iIi foriF jmctw tteacttoail the Deowcratic IIUtIf7 P Jhc1rr7aI Dertr yrsIl4tj J HsoBetthylIt tbe ofr j l OiiekPriM Has LtMoa bat re J in aired bo after a Bwssiy- I tjIjI i J rLS Pniekbotl htof rt fornaWri Keliit London mad t I CtKIssLMMrg art Nina Pw1ck apart Tbiwday of 1utfwWi Mni W 1C iterktr Bo toll wlJeeoltraDd3 r4o14oaQa th22of lt kcJ aaMLbO7- t Mr RPadhazi apant FITITIh Mrs BsLi1 Edpspent 4 i IMtaiiiftay with Nellie Logo0 sa4fsaU f t r tt AaAISckOcorrpoLtter4 e7kabisGkesinhi1eI- a I bun r jUJtCtWJteU oaethat t 7j tnW l and will beat any of IbJMrsGFenwjckh4 a I t fcfjteqriMcggtiii 0000daJJr J f The feepod is wa atxmt the b c iIrcbaia and y L1 1rM1Lotitj i any othto J t iIIiIP woeidbar g4 M1 F Lambaaaid dangh tisitXbe 1latter part ofIlast iisitbMrs B P Lanbam r tC7wIekiS J 1feU rq Mr and Mr EP nhaEr dfiMpiljrMr and Mrs J FJJ4 L4Bbm aid family Susie feu d rick and Mr Wallace Adamsw pM 8QDday withH S Pen juo4c a M wife JTbtarzriershsvi birned ai dl tbelrJru ic ar iprbvingin this TEtY1 J ifa Ity riveat1Jlck IMM M W ef Ittir themselves F icet sick aus4 tbia try Uf cwre ItSo J W ras yea keep joar llrfr how Ii i dzkaabt1tky active uditio TIM wont get lck Ball 11 fds4s rtUTH cx DaF r IStIVSI liTti aJI tit1l stoaack LNdli A l irwIii aokl bRed CrJMIB t 4 itFIUam 4 I JIk aold a COW I A a4L AJk baagc we li to LUg pircnake bs F4oaaMrVJP Cf fiSiewioakerboughii v a oow tor 46 jj s Mia Minnie Sparrow visited s JSh Jf rtrlday Iiigbit X A It1 sad JohnooieyiaitTtn uu week wI lltJi md tfJ vbd Xrriran1c At Tae4ay r k MrDbwmakaMw ie1 jsd Mary Breckittrii e Aacq of Mrs 11 4T 4Ifi Tbo pon 8 vmiay Mr Andrew Thoeapeon attep aat Brish Grove 1 8qJ1ri Robert ompo wife iiAUuia ura L T Hat din t l 7ML WiiUe Gof aatlur 4f IMMB o Ar th da Sun iy UIiat 7 Bbe w i tp ILLnmOOUCI 4 I LU- NGNirrn I Iiv IscsvvI J 1 Iy iRv s tI Doctors119 M CotJIItitJi Offtfcey a 4IYaetts1 It rrta JfelWBt b jug M jcevlifc ttpp scrIbe Qkthr tlilt ib CIWK BMTM tf to pre crfce C dJAYICO1MSsu ottEmulsion tlle oU i emulei6ed and dee gadeaytobethotheMto tae irody and Is the most ura1dUseidfatykodto fr thedMy that kknown inmedidne- fodays p cjt1 can bc found to take Jts place Myoit erundownAt MI odtikeLloi ktisq e IaWIIIa It MIl ofbseWwIL uVL1COtTr d ttfhter ot Mr QO Foster leaves a husband one child lMrad oar brothers to ern her death She was laid w eit in Fairview cenetervrM hngvisitedhisflltMrJlrUriabKeellDlSonday Tnoee on thsick list are Viella Keeling J T Hardin ScottjIn Saved His lei tAU Jthougdt Id lose my legV wrltuJ A Swenson Watertown Wl flreit Tears of eczema that 15 doctors could sot curethad at last laid M e up Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured it sound and well InII fallible for Skin Eruptions l czema t Rheum Bolls Fever Sores 11 Barai Scalds Guts and Piles 23c Haydofe and Robeson Fur View LD Carney and family Mr Yocum and two chi dren Cl audiaH Oliver spent Thursday at the home of F M CarneyspMra Jame Truax and dangh spent a part of the week wIth tie inMrsJo ashnEva Cheatham spent Saturday d Sunday with her parents Mrs Lida R ynolds has gone goodsBroOra and Willie Carneydimd wi h M SucdajBeaHardeety Goo Mowl oMrTo the sad regret of New Hope people Bro Weller resign ed as pa lOr uf the church th10 withusandChapllDlFork Toknowniao Quite a number of hisi tobeexpects to go to Oklahoma beEveryonfGodsB19inne farMy thiee year old boy wa badly constipated had a high fever and wa IB an awful condition I rTeHim two doses of Folevs Orlno Laxa tfre aad the oextmorningthe feverP wa I toae ad he was entirely welt lvedhiUtei i Sold by Saydon and Robertson it f Tutham Springs hasbeencer county has returned home ofMrMatkDeadmanby TatbamSpringR recentlybarnContaatanti nV Mr Garret l fkand Wife tntfMr Will Simms andswife mt Mftftftr M B Wells adfamily Sundfy childiMOVaR a he motherIraSatnualatidJobnWell fo ripSpriigtoZdr WtL T l nlMrs William Reynolds Mr1VdJiarn atSharplvjlleSatu1daynight Mr W L Coulter of his 1daecidenton hishutsemdhurtini The hqrs ran about a mie andJ a half aad when uggy dJr with1 M e the opemtagi ot the P tIieI i il1Uavechsrpotbet UiiOoabotbi n Mftson more so itaan thet r r fXii eB deaih Mr EtRW1liam companion and the moib PJ ot his fire chi d en Mrs Smith wu before Mr matriage M- ncyFerrelIdauglitr s N of fr ad Mrs Mathew Ferrell fprjfnierly of bis place Mr Snoith s been very low t itn con Eption for several mouths be IBesides a husband and children she leaves a fattier mohe and i cauveralirn urn her loss Mrs Smith wlsdevont CJ1ri tiJraridai food and loving mother The famiy have the Sympathy ofthbeser tire community and may they realize that their loss is Ht aver n and maV they so live tha t en they too shall have crossed the dark and silent river tbat they vill be a reunited family in at home beyond the skies everspokenlstvriterfee Itching Skin Diseases e readily cured by Zemo A liquid external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form IchinlSlctnor Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W Ro thseHaydon pbojtseo v Macki1kter The people of this community willbe glad to learn that thre is g cloingl fran om this pace to Uar odhurgl d will go into effect April 5th 1909 Mr Charlie Burns ana John Foster havt purchased an inter flourmilll Mr EdHy Shewmi k r wit ness the play at the opera house in flpringfiHld Saturday rignt sid1rSamI111rifle puidDevinej i hlsappp Church Sunday morning and nigbtand deMvered a fine ser mont the edificatfon ora large dience Mr Jack Ray bur rt and wife mt Sunday with Mrs Lula Wyctff vProfessor Sanders is instruct g a musid class at this place nd no doubt will have success he is afine singer Mr Joe Wycoff spent Sunday at frtrnoonsvithand Mrs joln Wycbff dMriss Annie Ray burn were the ggieMav Fbieya Honay and Tar curies coughs quicklyi Ist the lungs and expels colds genuine in a and fellow reIlgtnflns by the Haydon bTick Greek v Mr Abner Hilton and Mr John Gi1ispietwourrifoti prosperoosfarm rs arv both taking advantage of tbel svgs weather and cutting 9rtobacd farms If some good rainy weather happens to fall about setting time and continues through the summer it will be a l orargercropseveral yearn past Mr GY Stumph bugliva work mare of Robt Milton of 1MrJ y j spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Alpcza Boswell of Fern Hill Mr Loisi Yank and Miss Natame Hilton attended the sing iingatMackville Sunday Chas Hall bou htIan aged work mare of Woodie Gilispie of Long Lick Price 30 Mrs Janie Gqode of Stewart and Mist Sallie Smith of Long Lick spent Thursday wHhMrs B P Bugg Glad to report Mr John To hiDable to be out agaiu after being kicked by one of his work mules i Mr Heory Lawrence was the guest of Mr John Elliott of Perryille Saturday night and Sunday v Mr Sam Brieg of Perry ille wes visiting his brother B F Biigg undav Harry Haydon and Maud ville Lawrence attended Church at MackvJHeJ u rid Mrs Mary Taylor and son visited her daughter Mrs Alon zo Boswell of Farna Hilt Sunday Mr Abner Hilton bought a fine driving mare of J Go Je vine of Cornish vtlefdr 150 Mr GeorgcBrigg Miss Lillie YoungiJMr Mark Powell and Miss Jsie Poung all attended church Sunday night at Muck ville JMrJ NrJJellV Irenca bou- ghtjjrjjnOfTMrkj idenceror Sale l I IC ononers Sale famesC McElrov rbIHBMcl Elroj Statutory guar Pits vs Jn Equity James C McElrcfy Ac TfU IBy virtue of a Judgment and order of faleof the Watfhitigton Circuit Court rendered in the above styled sed at the February term 1909 of d court I will offer for sale on the pre misesQn fjATU DAY J ARCH 2199 2 oclock p nto the highest and t bidder at public outcry the foll owing property SA certain house and lot situa ed on tIiand bounded as following Beginning at a stone in the edge of Main Street corner to McKenna property thence along Main Street 8 66 1 2 E 118 7 12 feet to a stone corner to Mrs Kate ompsons lot thenctrS 25 12 E214 LloydHaydonsbranch and with his line H 65 ll W 114 tocstone corner to the McKenn property thence with line of same N 22 40 E 213 feet to the beginning con- ingtam a little over 35 of an icre4 This property will be offered in two lots and then aa whole and sold in e manner so as to realize the most money The western Jot fronts on IackfromMeKennare r of sTaid lotand with the easr tera n line of the barn wall On this is residfba ndbathsets and large front and side ve largetellarstbUIgyhouf llInwaterdresidenceMacadamizeddrfveway inIsprinkling purposes in the yard Th 11S one of the most desirable rest uces n Sprlngfleld The eastern lotfrontl t most i sirable building lot concrete e walk and iron fence In front and nIce grape arbor on the rear nice shade trees growing on both lots This property will be sold on a yearsthreerchaser will be required to execute nds for the purchase price with fbearingfnterestJ furtherbyretainingsold Bidders will be required tr sa co efleMWCC ard Western of near Yorktrwn for 65 bents per bushel and porn is not verr plentiful at those fig resItI9ifha TFilfon has returned om TayldrsMiPe ftera tAW ys vjiit with friends and rela- tivesj Jessie Smith and family visit ed Mrs Sidney Russef Friday Miss Lucy Hall and mother entertained Misses Ida and Mag gie L wrence Mrs Alonz jBos well Mrs Marcus Lawrence and son Cleo Saturday Mr Colonel Key and fami of Jensonton have returned home after a few qay stay with Mrs Mary Lawrence A Swollen Jowi- tiis not prettynor pleasant Whether it caused byneuralgia1 toothache or ac idetit Ballarda Snow Liniment will reduce the swelling add relieve the pain The great andsure cure f r rheumatism cuts burns bruises ecald8 any and all aches and pains Sold by Red Cross Drug Stor- eWlIIisbirg v Rev Grubbs closed his meet fogi Sunday night with a verytllarge crowd t Mr Harry Greenwood of Louisville visitod his mother las weekiThose on tt e sick list thU WilUlColvinBrown and Josephine Wells Mr John Kays and wife of Mt Zionatt 4iljd church here undayfMr J M Bron of Louisville is spending a few days with his family here this week Mol TJj Trent apd family MrJeromeV c Several from here attended v thp funeral cf Mrs Smith klI Failview Sunday Dr Mark Sutherland of BarBrudsbur was called to see Ttdady Miller Sn day Suttomg few weeks visit with their sIt in Danville lleBirchwith Mrs CheathanK Mrs Wells gave a candy par ty Saturday night those attending were Mrs Brown Mattie Browns I WHIT 8 t Cream Vermifuge TIE VAIATEEIt WORMh0 REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TOIIICv 8 if HIY V- tFallardSnow I Liniment CoSw MOrREDR l lc v rtr f T = UT I f A Regular Jam Of Eaaer BuyersIi Combination Dcskand Book Case like cut Actual Value 16X For Thin Manu l ByKa1lTIJE An Iron Enameled lied like cut Actualj I ManutacturersOutletl 5225 TOWN WE PAY FREIGHT TO YOUR r II I An Oak Bebroom Suit 3 pieces Ilka cut Actual Value 2100 For This Manu I facturers Outlet Sale Off The Floor Or By Mall 1495 We PAY FREIGHT TO YOUR TOWN p On j A A Br W aPAY TO YOWl u T I I MM JK Wells Miss Pirch from liouisyjlle and Mr Fre Sutherland Miss Yalara Goodlet and sis r spent Sunday with their sisIipr Mrs W B Woils Bps have sold half Jo erest in itivlr store to Mr Ed Perkins Wells and Perkins are Jn the iity this their pring goods Mr Carl Yancy and wjfeof- Moorsviile visited Mr S By last week Kills wfiMle New Life Pills kill it by pre ntlOn They gently stimulate stomach liver and bowels that clogging that invites ap curing Constipation n ss Chills Malaria Head che 25c at Haydon and CHOOSING A Follow Common Sense and Conscience and Dei YeuTMeit It Is very certain that no man la flt for everything but It Is aJmost as cra- mt too that there Is scareany one man who Is not fitf6r something which sonjethlng nature plainly points and propensity to It I look upon to be to the mind what conscience is to the heart the faltbful and constant mont tor of what Is right or ldIm convinced that no maR commit either a crime or a folly but against he manifest and sensible representa ions of the or the other Every man finds in himself either om nature or educatiol foe they are t character and his struggling against t is the fruitless and endless labor of that vocation he will succeed InI tand be considerable Ip one way at l Ill at best be incpn WeraCVecprdba bIT ridiculoui Ijord Gbesterfleld J the Axe Up Tl1e QUICKLY sGreenesSecond Annual Outlet Which Isgu At LmisYillt v peoplecanieofFurnItureiscerWnlyattractinggenuine bargains This was certainly manifested by the of dollars worth Jheoptmingday wethatgreat many ed James Greenes stupendous sale given a year ago The bar opportwiities sale now going oh outclasses last yeas sale in value firiiif iim every department the wonderful snappedndisinghavecarpets rugs and home needs such as this sale now affords you On ac IJQaiSyuletownthisfactdistancetothethousandsbenefit in Greenes Second Annual Manufacturers Outlet Sale It is James Greenes onetimeALLPROFITSTRACT TEN THOUSAND NEW PATRONS TO OUR ESTAB youtomany JamesGreenes wortkofgular bargain feast for the people The entire stocks are going fourbjgture carpets and rugs from our five big warehouses take their places It vas a jtremendQuS purchase indeed and naturally welare unable to show the entire stock nfl ton time That which you looked upon yesterday you wont find tonorrowthe wonderfulexbjbitandltwpmyou to come five hundred milts to sea and remember SaturdaynightJamesGreeneseverydayturdaynighta1farchand come prepared to profit by this the greatest carnival and sale of furniture carpets rugs etc thatwas evergiv m iim the United States This sale presents a harvest of bargains and household needs such as was never offered the peo attendingdailyEvery visitor to James Greene furniture Store are liberally theirfriendsthismostanytime WbesSaturdaydonkledutyany Market St Car going East which brings you direct to the store Look for the big sign JAMES JCANVFACTinU ERS SALE AT 425427429 EAST MAMOET Wln LOUISVILLE KY lA etrat p NOTICE We Advise Quick Action Your S These Prices Only HAIIsni1Dresser ctUalV L1J1 Act Vslaw OuatletWE FREIGHT TOWN ore ys881eOfTheFJ 11ltro 1fa11 Orders Carefully to James Greene Furniture 004 425 to 429 East Street Ky Shirley weekuying Meager Swjff ppendldUsKings preventing pendicitis ancTIndigeYtion Robertson VOCATION atcndencyIcommonsense wrong one bentanddispo Siypha People Snaprona Furniture Carpet Baraains AT1fJL3i Manufacturers Sale lyWHIYIIll thousands remember display Understand bargain veritable furniture GREXNE OUTLET alPart UJJLPIliki Market Louisville Telegram That Talkttf IA time when Georgie Drew was playing in San Fran fabulpus sum was offered her n local theater for her services for1bY few weeks The offer was exceed inglyI tempting but her contract wlth wayHowevernotlllngvtntnrenotlJhgoron tailed statement of the offer she had received to Frohman In New York ex aeIIof time she received the following tele gram In answer Mrs Georgle Drew Barrytriore Palace Hotel San Francisco No pHARLES FROHMAN Albeit disappointed MrsY Barrymore at once Sent this rharacterlstlc reply CityOhQEORGIB DRKW BARRVMORR Doing Double Duty It was one of those sleepy ono horse back water towns like Squash said a congressman describing at ap Hot Springs dinner a town thaf he dis liked Squash 11 the iilt A gentleman arrived there the other day and want ed a hair cut He found the barb shop and after shaking the barber vigorously managed to awaken him u How llong will It take you to cut my hair barber he asked Not long boss sold the barber And be rose yawned and stretched himself Then hl called upstairs to his wife Hoy send the kid down to the newspaper office to teUthedltor want ray scissors just as soon as beX done edltln the paper Theres n gent here waltin for a hair cut Wash Injrfon Star A Slirht Isnt McCorkle awfully Ithln since his return Yes Do you know what they call bW vatpf at the club No They call him the valet of Bbadow Cterelasd Flala Dwlfft The TrutK Everypeoon in this city who iI suf fering ftEczema Piraple Dand nil or iwy formef skin or scalp dk cue can find relief and be permanent- sly curcd byZemr a clcaii IkiuidVfoc cxtcrnaIauc AV iggists KU ZEMO Haydon Bober b 34anufctursvO4V I I II Address i 14 Glasses SSSS jtf dfe lEd M Russe11 j JEWELER AND OPtiCiN ao oooooooooro OC OC QO The Safest ndQtickestW iT a sfer Mo e i7 W fIS BY bprt LJng DIstan C fphf PPIJM Loc Manager Ij Jr jcc Dl fIId1eJJP TeItrap ICORPOAD ft oooGqooo oooogoo4 wrWitts sire unequalad for wea ic JddScyst back afche inaamm tteirrf the blacWe all upnary dUoriera Tife are aatiitptlc ant zct prQmgtiy We ell and recomaUiad thtta kcdCf rug SD ore Elegant Stdeboatdiike cut AetU Vau 3500 For This t 8le Oft The Floor By 3tait z PAY FREIGHT XO YOJ OW4 1 3 l l EtePB t13 Offet 1Ike tVt t32200 For Hhl MatSale Off The Flour WIT PAT FREiaHT TO 1 j Solid Oak like cut Mail ats fa l 0 x J t9 2 x l itt toj rV 4 I 4 1 d f f i f F Ies ti i 0 e t 6 r an f Or Or 1 t LU Idinorip Ib4J7ty- of the 3tOasltabt hesUte juices f e e tulC midollis eb4M otfl h tii1 uIg- eUyjiilI41UUbiflI onttmary hal- T biolkacha4 It wIlt digest yoer fdfn a aatferal way Fleafaot to kkiSo14b1I th RiI Cross drug J 7 1ixi = T iiJ lj N G T 8nRmJ TOTT lull EXTRACTS t OuY PAIN f7 fr r lJlf U140IIDKY oaw Strt tl f 1 jJJciflU1iL1i4krgei 8Mga m lt2v1M OVIT H7do r tore ii IfIIIY YJcj8KX OlIn Se OIHcmr iNt 3- 8WFGRIGSBY i AT LAW Jtoo kl1k Vl i pflOF1ZLO KY fk5 4 Ir MW HYATT I ofr ovec wiCrQO Dru- gOcebor l Hyatt 1C30 WI 12 w 4 to 5 pin = t YM ytS1 LtbL qIKECTOR tLULCEIED EMBALMER tkrr 74SPMGFIELDIIfi i r I 1 twdItb Best FLOUR 11J jobir grocer for TsC oiWashinOtpn- i ORI spring1Ieid Choic 1CDJ1tctut a by r J WbJarboeCo S jWe PeJ fllgbest market yrc for gram r H MDWARY flCKHESt- h i Mi k fMnrallydM toaluyor ItM 1 MCl Me wels Till Laws Pills i wek teub4eb1Iousncs3 bbsbs oMtlyattoa aadthe rest t TWA trMteeat of these 0 ahlN eve at bedtime m DMM C tt OWy 25 Cents IM If OMI E COSLLaesMe- rS Jfi Hi us Bfrinffield by Hayden It Robertson w EVING tt WPIcketEE ChaprThan Wood trr Thp Igwfrt priced good i l gardescatelof il JaW fWd hog mA pitiy fencing DEKALB FENCE CO iai paaNs City Ms t SaadOyUti r tSlu IIAT trfFIInJaWUlLD i l 1 a 1 TOW N J 1hi aj11 rI Local H pp iiliis o1 Interest tiie Frechect amd Latest 1Ubty1JT Friend 1 ami AcqsMtauscS t 1 luJ Lamp at Currys Tableware af Ciiirrys i Coufttryr Sorghum at Curl xs Seedcorit for saie by W H Leacbman Springfield H1 FOR SALE A good sian of Indian Eunner dusk eggs 150 rtor 15 or 30 for 225 V t 1MisWiUeKnoitf Her assistants in the millinery businessi this season Mrs Bessie Reideij Effie Poster and Nannie r- Simms LosrA lucking comb dark tortoise shell with gold holly J oraIIJlei oraIIJ ljlatest styiesviu read to wears tailored aud untrimmed hats rf Miss Kuott flTtie residence of W K Mudd at Bothlend was destroyed by fire lstFrtdaynight MoEi roy and Whart n carried insur atfceton it rot800tt FOR SALE Six thproagh fbredDaroc Jerspy frogs Buth1 sexes MRS J E SHELBY v V RFD No1- Springfield Ky Veiiings in the newest weaves and colors at very reasonable prces Also crimtnings flowers pumes and everything to make a stylish b twitb at Miss I Knots Mrs Kate Williams the milli ner will be assisted Jn her trimming deptrtmentthis seasoq by MisS Mi nieMcClellanj Ellen Wathen Nannie Royalty Njeilie Greenland Hattie Webb The house ofW T Parrish two miles east of poin wasde isclryesterdav I loSSj sOo P4rtLslLy covered by insurance with McEroy apli Wiiarlon J Every catarrh sufferer in Springfield can be cured by t Fyomeij the marvelous Autra Han dry air treatment Givest relief in minutes jnres croup asthma bronchitis Si CO for a COt pie outfit at the Red Gross Drug Store They guarantee The pie social given at the home of Rev W A Wolfe paII ror tot the ChriOian Ghorch Thursday night wa a veryen joya ble affai r and also nedllru eat sum of 11 75 from the sale of pies v J A little son arriyed at the home pi Mr and Mrs J Rut ledge Wharton Monday morn lug Also a boy at Mr Leo Hay dons born Saturday I We call attention to the ad vertisement in this issue of a 11erty27th instant at commissioners sale The place is the hOJiIEof Mr J C McElroy and was ouilt by the late Sydney Greec It is a large roomy house and his a large otrrhe property iU to be sold to settle an estate apd i will he an opportunity for sone one to get a bargain = JroFiGsiIII Fiiiit Buds Safe Y 5t J The prospects for fruit are xceUentl at the present time peaches pears j umy cherries and apples all showing a gpodl ffuit bud that has escaped jury so far It h tfot too lata inI expect frosts butkilling ur1esI the fruit is tilled from now on we Wilt Lave an abundant ropj Death of Mrs Lewis A dispatch Xrrm CJrepflsburg fsays Mrs Ann W Lewis dud after a short illnes She was 84 S Hrs of age ardlleaves six I cnildren fo mer Congressman SpringfieldiWoodson G epnsburg Deposit Bank ofI this place James C Lewis of Denver Mrs Mary T Tyler of- LouisvilleMrs F MBakwin of Marion Ind and Arch T Lewis who oiUde his home with f IihIS Deathof William Duncan f The community lost another good citizen t iis week by the- deatbof William H Duncan who died at his home about three mile hpnh of Springfield on Monday at about 730 oclock PtBe had been afflicted with a cancer for xarlya year and death came as a great relief to his sufferings Several months ago the cancer appeared on his lip and it failed to yield to treatment and grew rapidly worse until the end The de ceased was born in this county 42 years ago and was the sun of jthe late William Henryahd Mary Davison Duncan On May 18 1898 be was married to Miss Mar Iitllian Kelly who together with three small children survive He is dlso mourned by the following brothers and sister Thomas and G D Duncan and Mrs Nannie Leacbman Mrs L M Heed Misses Ella nd Sue Duncan of Springfield Mrs Alice Funk Jas Oand Ed Duncan of Louisville There were few stronger or more wor countyJthacs ail ofhonoiv and was a loyal jricnd and neighbor His in fluence waslalwss Icr good and the community has lost a valuable citizen and bin family a kind andloving husband and father He was a man jVcho carried his religion in every day walk of life and was ale ays found on the iide of rightiu every question The funeral Hbolc place Wedn sday morningl a1 11 oclock at conldU I Death of a Good Woman Mrs Emily F OBryan one of the oldest and mbst highly rer Spected ladiesin the county diE on last Friday at the home of her daughter Mrs J Rich Smith after a long und painful illness of cancer Mrs OBryan had oeenalflictedcvith cancer of the face for some tine and had been a great sufferer for many monthsII all of which she bore with great patience and Christian fortitude The deceased was 78 years of thefwidow of J Robert Oryan who died in 1872 She was of a pioneer Virginia family her people being among the first settlers of this county She was tbe Y9u g esi of eleven children her lath er being a Tcom and her mother being a Carrico Mrs OBryan u out DANGER trctt Tec PAIN 1it W exII No cfcarfes when wasted P1a esrirI II AUl WORK 11 I fr fItW STAtlARDDDS II Sprinfield Ky will be remembered by the ped pie of the community in which she lived for her many deeds of charity and kindess She rka re1spondthose in distress1 Mrs OBryan was the mother of eight children jimong those1 J1JBj Mrs J Rich Smith at whose home she died The funeral took place oil Saturday morning at St Rose Mr and MrsiR Durre twho have been making theirt home withDr and Mrs Mr WJ Hyatt have moved to their farm tothe Pleasant Grove neigh borhod Mr and Mrs Darrettand tBeir daughter Miss Elise are peas ant acquisitions to that splendid neighborhood noted for its hospitality 1 FJ RON A L Will Waters Jr iis at Harjrods burgthis week Mr W D Olaybrooke Secretary of the Kentucky Hotel Keepers Association is inLouis vine on buiness pertaining to that body Miss Pearl Goatly of Valley Hijl spent a few days last week with Miss El z ibeth Roberts Mr John Roberts who is holding down a position as pharmacist in Lexington is vie ting his parents Mr and Mrs Simpscn Roberts Miss May B dine of Maud is a guest of Mrs Bverette BusterMr r H P McGhordV L ba non sp ntfSunday here t Town Marshal John Grce4 returned Hen4ergsonyille g stay in that salubrious climae for tthe benefit fhIs1iealth and is muchiwpro7ed Mr BentF Simms aid two sons Frank aud Thomas went to Hendersonville N U Friday in response to a telegram fronr Mrs Ben P Simms stating that Mr Leo Siuims was very ill Ms Simms has been at her sons bedside three weeks Thos and Frank oimtns have returned leaving their father and mother at the bedside of Mr Leo condiIturned from a visit to her sister Mrs Hugh Not at Columbia It C Lee ha returned from a trip to Oklahoma and Kansas City Mo J J McCabe was out from Louisville to spend Sunday with his family IMr and Mrs John F Simms are in Louisville lMir GD Duncan will go to Mo day to buy goods Miss Minnie McGlellun is in Louisvi le at the wholesale millinery stores trimming hats for the Spring trade r Mrs W H MtCawley who ieralrweeks is with her mothtr Mrs George Medley Messrs C W Hagan and i flner Rube of Lobanoiir1 STOPI READ IT WILL PAY H rWhy not PROFIT frm experience from others Save t money and time bv buying guod that have been trld by million the wordifver have been in the market for yai8 have proven to be satisfactory and are today sold on MERIT Their name m ans a guarantee that they are all alright We referto the well known brands The Swan Hat none better Heldeman ieldemn Clothing the Best made The Etlinger Clothing for young men The OBryan Bro Overalls excels all others The Little Red Schopl House Sfioe for Childen The gradesMenTry a pair of Royal Blue or Perfecto EddenY Honest Mike and Lord Best for men and boys The Famous Eclipse for men made by Helmers Bettman Co The well known Shirt Cluett Peabody Co 1 to1OO The Arrow brand Collars all styles andsizes The It G Corset they fit no experimenting Th Arrow Shirt Waist Perfect fitting The Black Cat Hosiery made to wear Try our No 15 for boys our No 10 for girls One pair will wear as long as 6 pairs of ordinary Hosiery Dont for gefcTopsy they are alright too Pullmans Linen Handkerchiefs for Ladies the best on the market look for the Birdon every handkerchief The Gilbert Petticoat in all grades Silk in colors A full line of Gilberts Liningsiin all shades Standard the world over Boys Shirt Waists Mothers Frendi all colors and sizes LINENS We carry a full line of Linens m all gll sAfoH line Of Stamping Patterns and do all kinds of Stamping Work guaranteed Work done by LtdipQf experience SPRING GOODS arriying every jay Oqmp n we are always glad to show our goods WE WANT YOUR TRADE MM SMcINTIRE 1 spent Sunday with Mrs Theresa Hagan mIfieldMr EL S Mayes was summoned to appear before the Federall Court at Lcuisville and qnal fy as jur y mant Mr James G Duncan and Mr Harlan Funk of Louisville came out to attend the funeral pf Air Will H Duncan Mr H M Grundy and Miss Mary Lee Simms are in Clad nati buying goods for the firm of Grundy and Mclntire Miss Lizzie Leachman is tat Grnndy arid Mclntires this week as saleslady Miss Sue Sweeney of Louis ville whohas been visiting relatives neartovn will spend the latter part of the week with Miss Jennie Leachman Miss Mary pu Ruisseaust who accompanied Mrs tiine Knott from St Louis returned to herj home in that city Tuesday Mrs John Miller of Bards town who has been wjth her sister Mrs Sue Kn tt the past week returne J home TuesdayI Mrs W F Trusty is confined to her home by illness Mr andMrs W T Leach an spent Sunday in Lebanon Mr Charles P Wells of Bloomfield is here on business Little Katherine Haydon youngest child of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Haydon is ill with pneu jmpnia I Will Greeji was m Lafii ville tbefitMoftbe week ttMrs Ruby Smith and Miss THE ALL MONTE CRISTOl LAYSr U a a j Is one ojf the A soul stirring i few plays 3 ic S worth yourproduction x A while It of the 2I x will be pre ra sented by onegreatest a oIfOf Fred G Con drama ever rads ornpanies and presented to he says Your Money MoneythePtIb14cs r LouisI ing friends in Louisville W E Selecraan and family spent Sunday in Lebanon Jesse Rapier and JohnSpald higof13ardstownwera in town Sunday v t IMr and Mrs John W Lswjs Iwere called to Greensburg Mon day by the death of Mr Lewis mother Mrs Ann Lewif v Notice We are pleased annjunce that Mr A C Kimball is going tcopen carriage wagon and sign paint shop at the old Casey stand He has secured the ser vices of Mr Shanks of Louis ville who comes highly recommended Xthy work left with him will be promptly done at reasonable prices Wormoloiysh- outB be studied byevery parent Ifnbr child is nervous fretful starts ttin its sleep iis pastry faced ban rings under its eyes always seems hungry is not gaining weight you can be sure the trouble iii worms Whites Cream Yermlf uge Is an absolute cure for worms IB Its own pergative IForSale or Rent A good seven rcom dwelling on Grundy avenue for rent or for sale Water in house good garden and outbuildings Apply to T DTAfp 1 1ffjou need a pill take XJcWitft Little Early Risers Insist on them gentle easy pleasant Ifttle liVer pills Sold by the Red Cross drUg- store O F I SPRINGFIEJLD OPERA HOUSE MONDAY RO2 ias rtEAFtT1 tTtT- Ahout tT- I j the SPECiAL MfiT I by weareollermgforarewgays reading thelstI Mm r 0Y 4 I 1ge ForS lncti TToolto BTMS IjtSTDILI All Wool 50iHch BriMMl ht blue orbrown11o3 IIFor 1 50an4l25yd v 17I1f 69c iv 4II t1 t J1IIe Mr1isst t cfo t1 II IekLp4es s f l goodIIA lurlctliy 1f j yartlith klf4x wsS a ts3ths7tTl I 4 1 a Bergala Dok s I I iHISSpeciaISiiIeo1LadIesIkIE IIUnderwear Now Going oI S I NEW SPRING UOOJJS 2 lARRIVING DAILY JitI I Jf See our Extensive line pf Hoorrj Iz Matting and WaIIPapir t IIRugs J Jft b t ClajbrookeM Cap- S ft i l I r YjrirOoIoaAuD 11 I 44444444 f I I 11BuyGoodOollfetionsd I l 1 ThatitthigykimbLIig ia Jt P 21 Te6 th freak- 3rlIfJiI 4f f J c f L Ji Y FruitsJ Jiiidicviii Cakct J I rIFresh Bread J yct filBIhdkIlj M I f cjr t1 fi ifi lf At fea t s I i 1 1pCe CsIs 13t CLsa I SIWe enr Meak m tW rII t rood old horn styli b OystersalwaysfrkI j t j t lleTtIdnsC1ryt Z if t W lqI- t i r l PUMPS i r Pumpst1 f I fLOLOJ pU01 PS1 PII J tJ If you want a good Purnp for your I1 mone be sure tq a41lon t I HatchettAije 7 IiTheySP them cheap E n hne of IhsyId HARDWARE 5 IIsuchasmailboxescrossCutndhid tof STOVES ayeriiithi twa tfield Be sure to call d1I1I if We gu juantii our TinndPtumi4WQI4 J illatohettAll4 15 IJr1 WliPartlJ1Ip s UuM rniS T1J 1 t Y 1a IIbefig rad swss CUbErnejid tb1ere U1 Ad COt fn Wj MlxbttJ 1well inko tie om Dr t i 0000 POpId Ktthree oue L8poird J ra TkS i dg Jlatti1 ChMt ambe fi 7 uaujiiet1bdrin tl Jip 1is mixture h Ji r tt effect apoa itbeky j s1u the eip r S eltmlnstiv tiNe Thti 1 L sfrJ1Jj iidUM Vrac aekt ana j pointy watte mat o7 coahng ui IiBlJI D Ut larfii iifi 3 hUe y III drshere wboba- sbadbIf tun o tfFO IiSMIthOStbIS IwtBBpnc Jflplri1POn 0 to t plwho illIj ziiottJ J t epe t i who bate TJriiitry j JJb l trouble aRt iiuffef JItbedruggistinthi neigh n J i 1 1ood fty rci11 supply the i4bdiRis wbic tlf ea i Iy t Jf t M born TheIIi said i iobeY ff Wo bMQ b1dcInilgb k J or a ysei k knowa H 1pfnon tih 1 4 hSoretou 1 L i f ift V i jiIe 3 Ai tb gvtt Treich c1entist 71 j w rwttlt a 6ece aUoJiln l 0 7i oon1fpt1y O teerrJ the astronomer ItII wyto IWlth yf IlaitrtlJ expresd a wish to I Isir decorated rKhJum rtt b was eitFi4 kY1I Vd i rtile 11 wetice et 1JM boor a1 t jJ19t V yet the lecbra r pss tkat dcawer said Arago a w4qyo wait If tdrawrerea1IThecroei 1W libtoMM Vfcfciu kfes ani er SJ it it WW 1Aigo Ktebed above every ff to ptwamfgate science and to Va t itilLw ripeareb uefaI he did not rattte Identify himself forever pHlft kte dtowrertea fey writing books time foe writing but coii i l I WusJt wItb aotthg the reau1tts sitweetIatberecoeotkebureau ssItd iu oidaiter verbally IrI ry i i 1 Tbo R wEa wife and seven WIl i Jlja wt1ij Ifoataf tile ote k rwegtered got bis bellboy and WM utarttag ott whee the clerk thinks iII jsmjbe he might jolly the new aro 1t11o tohhB i r 71 ief yo pardoa he Bald but i t slLI Do ye think tjowgkt toT 1nqu1reitj tie awn laM tif eaougb 1It kis tetan fJut ptM thea and tml yto 1tk wife Here Mary passthe j tMllrui yer tit thoenL bekInt1uI I4M Hell rWok afjeii I ift t Wre th elert ipogIzed- l j eYjS xMpt q Iilt i ttJ t1Iome Henry 1 JJ 5abbatb day i1- j tacaHIou sinful fasbMt- at vJ WeII J mTHlcks i4et p1a t 2Issdiy f j L5SJ Hlr paw avf getarf n1lre flj 54 + rGaiar i 1 tU it cfcoot Itt Aberdeen a teacwer X eaamIntg tl er class on the BIfhs thst iwfooH being a part of Ge I i 61 T ket 2 1tJ dl- tejr1pice out 1ai atie JJllllCMl1tPb n J l 1 a rs4i tiui e1t iN 1nt TkB1B A ThkCaue o Nany- FIeUza is t1Sr 4 tiye Manysvddes deaiis are ca sed by k heart BJ heart failure r ajop1exyare oft t theresnit ol ki- 1e diie5ii 5Sr lioucdtodvai Stlikidneypoisoad blOOd will I t e aiiisg cMerk bnCLdU er MdkiMBt t achebeck aches a I iIeepkis aervoi ar tbeMudaeya UwnuelTC break au waste saycel1 byceflI SteNira1waygy i defmngemea ottbe kldneya at hstb i ga i a byspcertreatmesittkj I wpgot correct mabiaHy dt ineandscaUmr jt tyScatI to go oqi trew th rgSXoct the great kid zpyfcp rcn rkable health storing 79 1 hd a tM k thit LA t1 te Svamp o6l 4you omethIitId Oct duuioaw1Ubed tea s oRi SToRIES as 0 Nota HinIbtn D Rtxliefellerat the eod of a t5flOl5V in tile gorertuieot- sa tktandard yeQ r 1 tsP efttOtt TO ubct of quick wittednew came up uid Jli Rockefeller MaId lgiltuick wfte a mn ail ever Wfew oae of Mir arlvew Tiiaithy fclftiH yifi the LtoIIIUeeaflYdnYslJ l u ciaid so we instituted tan annual e IIIW o tke man WbQ evia sltoJvti1e rooied 1t6r the eIe neaty alIs the brightest barness etetTimothy seemed certain of this ptftte alQ4rwhe i rafdyear Inspection iac came sure enough bl3 splendid wr left iiothlng1o be desirednVjpl ilas the luSpe tbr todk on llast looif Uro nd just ai he had mado up jF tZ i a of in t Tncornr SPOKE UP BIflBXIaT Mbid to give tbeprize tofrlmothy i e frhwued for his eye tad fallen on cobweb In a corner of the gray aresstall O 1InotbysasV th Inspectors face Change and saw the cause of the change and he spoke up briskly u4I keep that there web there boss fililEp catclFtbe fliesl The way they torment the mare Is sumpta tte4 The Silk Hat Coal Scuttle Harry Lander at n dinner in Wash ington said of his kilt Senator Can non tcflls me that the kilt wopld never bejpopular on the wind swept prairies minSis W1y not The bare kneeJ hardens to the cold lute the bare face BufIo hearsonie people talk youd think th6 tk11t as Intolerable as Sanders McDowellrs top bat Sanders McDowell a coal heaver of Peebres said angrily to his wife one IgbtS11HaversLispetb Hoo manylimes amT to tell ye I Tvlnna 4iae the chll dern brtngin up coaj Inny top hat Hbot iSandurs mon be resona lja lisptitbt Yeje spoilf the shapcTd cue top hat vItyet funny heaii aready an ince yere heaVin coil all day wotcan ii little extraTcoai dnstln the headpiece matter Woman ye dinna grasp ma argy JoeaV said Sanders I only wear that itopiJiat la theevenirian if whiles Im opt Ttak It off I leaves a blackI band nrouud ma forehead Whats Uie tn800ltl Why Im accused on all ides washin ma facewl mja hat WashIngton Star t SenateisGeU Lesson From Negrp When J k Brady state senator rom Donglas county game to Topeka o atfencl the J1eislatureiie said that be presumed that the office carried with Itn certain amount of distlnc itipk Npw he says he is doubtful as to ttieamonnt of glory that goes With bis toga In Lawrence Senator Bradys home town lives a negro who has knqwn camcltmg a Vecess Seeing Senator Brady the floor talking to several of bin Be fairly rashed forward jon stly Drcadly and shook hands Hpwdjg howdy Mistah Brady he ld 4AJ1 so you got a Job beab too did you I got mine Im Janitor What they got you wphkin aU Kansas City Star si Magic Theft Commissioner BIngnam of New York at a recent dinner described In a mo- InteretIrigm4nner t tile methods pf tKe skilled pickpocket 1 4 gclJo clever at his best con eluded the commlaslOuCr that one might almost believe him capabfg of the feat attributed to a western st Qrea yeIA group of stevedores were ing Ina sheltered nook of a f r1p1ug1 absence another substituted for his tin of pale coffee and milk hIs own tin milkless black coGee ofIi 4rVTien the first stevedore plug 1orer thieves but to swipe the milk out ef fellers coffee beats the bnJI- d1ceIDICkens Characters that disgust Mr the clowning and preposterous figures Jokes Mr PJckwIcU wheelbarrow an WellerTcny hardly getting into bin Tvalstcpat all this is simply the life EngUsblid rdnydtI IeI LondonSSI CeuMnVFoblsJeh ny Widow Jpn5siHow wquld my little JefeBBy like a new papa Johnny af 4 ive Obiyou jieedtft Jshove re res cnsibillty ontome Hat It isnt iiKew piipa for me but in newbus s bevsd fpr xorfef that yu are tiling1 JiHf9 BeBton fffahgcrlpt 1 Our Helpful Maids rAuIe1tn inl nu awful lv at Af tep Itid to b1eLhitiy knit ltull I t tadpBiy eaough to lo halt jf it Nelson Ip coming tonight JuhijjUj erj4 tt1iIrnt sit Qtt puv t JIam rfltJfnl1r indfgesLta Ends i MiMy FrYoThioMee StOl Go ti Five MmUtttlRon pan eat anything yourw stdBaacb craves withoQt fear of case of Indigestion oiOyspep iaor that you flodiilwtllfer o jnnt or sour on your stomach I Itou will occasionnly take a lit tIe Diapepsin after eating e You meals will taste good apd anything you eat will be digested othingean ferment ur turn into acid or poison or stomach gas which causes Bejlchfmg Dizziness feeling of fullness after eating KauseaIndigestioQ like a lump llead in stomach Biliousness Utjufiburn Water brash inl stomach ad intestines or othfri j l er symptoms Beadaches from the stomapV are absolutely unknown whrfel this effective remedy is used IJ Db pepsin really esal1 the jwork of a healthy stomach It ligestsy tir meals when your t stomach cant Each triaig1a willdigcst all tile fo d you CanII eat and leavenothing to ferment or sour tdruggist l jt1I and by t morrow joii ill acj ILlly bragg about your fthealthy strong tomacrf for you tbenI can eat anything and evIvtbngi you want without the Tslightcstt disbomJort or mi eay anti e eryI particlo of impurity and g as that is in y ojir stomach and intestines is going Lobe carried owaywith j out the use of laxatives or anther assistance c FOR THE CHILDREN TJo Stool of Ropentance The players in this game being seat ed round tho room a lootli placed In the center which one of the playcn omnteers to occupy while certain charges are made against him One peso acting us president then goe round the ream Inquiring of cud player What charges he or she baa to make tigalnsf the culprit who is humbly sitting on the stool of repentance AH the accusations are whispered Into tthe presidents ear who will So well It the party Is a large one to be sup plied with papur and pencil to write down the accusations imd the name 1 of the accusers All haying made their charges the president says Prisoner on the stool of repentance yon are accused of being too gooII natured p smiling When yon should look stern Can you tell me the name of the person who makes this serious charge against you Should the prisoner gwes right the accuser has to pay a forfeit and take his place on the stool of repentance It sometimes happens that If the pris oner guesses rightly on the firstt charge he may wish to hear the est but if they are read to him he must guesS each accusers name or pay a forfeit each time he misses If f heffcannot guess any one of the names f his accusers he has to pay six forfeits and sit on the stool of repentance a second time Blind Mans Buff With Spoons A variation of blind mans bull may be played In this fashion Get a light cd candlestick a handkerchief and two tablespoons Blindfold one of thc party1 give ijim the spoons one In encl hand rind place him In the middle of a large ring of chairs on which the rest of the party are seated and te 11n him that he must try to blow out the light as it is passed quickly from band to hand by the others The blind man will find this a dift ficult task to atccmpllsb and even wben he has done so his troubles are not over He must then try to guess lnvthehe Is not allowed to feel the person as in ordinary blind mans buff that wpuld be far too easy He can only feel with the spoons He reels the persons head to see be have long or short hair and be feels how tLiedrcss Is trimmed and tries to remember who is wearing a dro trimmed that way and he puts nelknudlthenblind man cries Why its Billy mid tears off the bandage And then It H Billys turn to stand in the circle out the cal lIC and try to anis8 ffs whwjih the fcp of cold ta 1110W v The Rat and the Snake I A traveler In the desert once saw a number of rats cutting oft branches of cacti with their sharp teeth und then carrying the brunches to the en trance c their hole In a short thuu they had made a compleje circle of cactus branches around the kale and the only way get in was ttif jumping over U branches Soon after the work had teen finish ed a rat came samperng up looking very much alarmed and It and the other rats all Jumped 3vr the cactus branches and went Anto their Ivole The reason for their excitement was soon seen for in a very little while a snake came creeping up intending to enter the hole and secure a rat for hLs dbiner When it got to tile cactus branches however the snake stoppedI The cactus spikes pricked Mr Snake ntJrliing at him and quite safe In their ho t Conundrums When is an artixt a dangerous per sQn1 When hip designs are bad Whaf motive led tto the layinpr down tff niUvays TbpIoirtjnfttlve Oqflne matchlocs misery Having iisnrl jind nothing to lIght It tith What bridfTJ baa no huninu beinJt evermoSscd The bridge Qtlills 9vr nofe JVhat iIlsli vords luuve nil thrI toes iuiilJ In theIr lJi1nlrordOI FlIccUt1jl I tl Ohyt nl stomlQ 1- rYflej1iv Vfcy is n prrr Ifer like n ctruntw ffltcr He nn uttcrcr of kid wth i A CAREFUL MAN Wtwi H Cm U Mon y H HM to- f 1 uten th irikM The passengers than iiccoiiinodttlo which war winding Itt way through New Hjimpshlre werfciintef and amused by an elderly couple ho satIn the middle oi the cat They talked as If therN were no one else In the car Therefore having heard most of their private plans none was urprlsed to have the old man ake the assembled company fully Into his confidence At on6 station he rose and addressed the passengers In gen ral Can anybody change a five dollar bill for tw0 tAVos and a one or five oues7 he Inquired II can said a brisk woman and the transfer was quickly mailed Now C9Uld anybody change this one dollar bill for four quarters or tcna and fives asked the did man lean give you two flftlcfa said a min from the rear seat unless some else can do beitcrV1 It appeared that nobody couldlor Lit cast nobody offered so as the trair ctarted th oldman lurched dOTjn the car to the possessor of the two fifty cent pieces Thank youI1e said as he took the money Tnr obliged though ld have Iked the quarters best Yon seeMar thy has set her mind to stop off at Nashny whilst I go on updo my liroth ers with the eggs and truck And though she dont plan nor mean to be spendthfifty woman when shes let loose amongst a lot of stores shell run through 50 cents in an hour easy and I kind of have to lutn curb on her Youths Companion 1THE TURTLES HEAD Chopped Off5It Retains Life For rINumber of Hours On the counter in a porcelain dish stood the severed head of a large tur tIe That is rather grewsome5 isald a man who was buying oysters The oyster opener glanced at the head chrelesslyI If is a bet said he I bet Gus Schmidt that the head would keep alive twentyfour hours Its nearly twentyfive now since I chopped 1- lrotrGus is late But I win anyhow tie n edIWheres my money Pay me my money a deep voice shouted at this moment and a short man swaggered In Youv lost Gus said the oyst opener There is still lifein her There Iszilt said Gus Sthmidt Nix on the life And lie extended a stumpy flng6r fearlessly toward the turtles mouth Gee Starjtled amazed Gus Schmidt leap ed nbk For In the turtles open eyes a fierce light had flushed the ugll mouth had opened and shut wltha1 sharp snap and 7ttlie head In some strange way lad advanced an inch pi two toward tje tempting finger much as a piece cf steel advances toward a magnet This mav uurpriefyou Gus said the oyster orciier wlplbg his wet hands In cr to pocket his wluBings But it dcat surprise me nonere seen turtle heads keep life in em long ern this hereXew Orleans Times Democrat SUPERSTITIONS i They Fjnd a Placp In the Minds olff Even Great Men ITt man roreabsolutely governed by7 pure reason than Lord Macimlny could not well be found Butlrj his diary he refers to an after dinner talk about the feeling which Johnson had of thinking oneself bound to touch a particular rail or post and to tread in the middle of a paving stone and he adds I certainly have this very stronglyIn one of his Hlbbert lectures Max fuller said tothe students Many pf you I suspect carry a ha penny with aholein it for luck 1 ani not ashamed to own that I have done so myself for many years Charles Dickens refused to lie down unless his bed were plated due norti- and south He gave notice of tlie mu before arriving at a friends house o hotel but a compass was always handy in his baggage to make sure MIss Justin McCarthy has told how Parnell gravy checked her stirring coffee the wrong way and Insisted that she should take another cup A gentleman of Portrush sent Lord Rob erts an old horseshoe when looked In South Africa Gratefully acknowledging it the general added that he would keep this horseshoe in company with one I picked up tb day I entered the Orange Free Stat PnnrdeburgItrendered Pall Mall Gazette- BLUE EYED BABlgSI They Are the Favorites For Adoption Out of Orphan Asylums Every baby who expects to bo adopted out of an orphan ought to mak j It a point of being bor with blue eye s said an asylum direct or That precaution will Insure him a niaxitnum f home comforts with a mfntipum of endeavor There is ho doubt thru i an InstifiUion of thio kind blue eyctiI bablvs up for ntit ptiCJi are more pop liar than the dark e7e0 youngsters The brown eyed black eyed or gray eyed girl or boy amy be Just as pretty just as anilable just a 1I emlncnceastoeye to- Il make beiev lent auxiliaries of tbeI stork believe so In the IiO pinion blue eyes indicate special virtues ttl know hj will turn Out to be an honest reliable little fellow because heI has such heavenly blue eyes Is way they explain their preference tbeI 4lyJ youngster will no doubt do Justice t his bringing up but iit lIs hard for the children wlMj eyes of another c lor to be so disr rimlnateq agalnstV Lou is PostDtspatfh tA SeyeHe Sense Gintef ul noeYOung man rescued rjiy daugh ler from a watery grave Noble young Man who is truly modest Yes Ltitrorntj Her First Chance ItIHo long has she been talking to The crowd r Two hours Why doesnt she stop Stop Why this Is her first chanceli Cleveland Plain Denier roots to Suit Arctic Tastes Shoe Dealer Here Is a pair of boots that wilt suit you exactly In your next Sash for the pole How did you Ilk0 the last pplr I old you Arctlq yt A1 Bad H Sid J I In Not Is k l suffer of Win wffered for fturlMfr k all 1 q 1111 istwT I LL 7ff TIlE TEl 61M iA BYHML l I GREEN JRiEH T We want a letter from every mart and woman in America afllicted with Rheumatism Lumbago ot Neuralgia giving us their name and address can send each one a Trial Treatment Xf our Rheumatic Remedy We want tdnvince every sufferer at our expense that our Rheumatic Remedy does why it cures Rheumatism Uric Acid and Uric AcId andHaSan Rheumatic Retr live together In the same blood THE RHEUMATISM To Go AND IT DOES Our treatment cures the sharp sboatirg pains the dull achingmuscles swollen limbs And cramped stiffened joints AND THEM QUICKLY J A Two want you to try HaSan Rheumatic Remedy to learn for that Rheumatism cart be cured and we vant no profit on I A fair is all wfe If you find itis your or order more to complete acure and thus profit If it no jj you that ends it c do not asmI1 sample containing few tablets nc iii no practIcal i but a fulltwo attie t You MUSTSEND US 25c to postage packing and thismull two weeks treat meat wlll be promptly free everything There will be nothing to pay en receipt later Tinnt wait until your heart valves injured POIson but send today and get a two Weeks treatment free only one treatment to family and only to those who send 25c for charges For by or I I HOME 33S Erie St 0 of Heart Trouble CurecTby Dr Miles Heart Remedy Before began taking Dr Miles Heart Remedy J had been suffering from heari trouble over five years I had paThs in my left side and under my shoulder blade could not sleep on the left side and was So short f breath the lleast exertion would bringbn the most distress ing palpitation had scarcely taken a half Bottle the HeartJ Remedy before I could see a marked change in my condition When had taken six bottles was cured r MRS CC GORKEY Northfield Va If there is fluttering orpalpi tationit is an indicatibn a weakness of the nerves aiid mus des of tile heart It is not necessarily diseasedjust weak from overwork The heart may be weak just the same as the eyes stomach or other organs You 1ca1 make a weak heart strong Iby taking Dr Miles Remedy Get a bottle ftJm your druggist take it according to di aod if it does not bener fit he will return your money l His Boy When Sir William Gilbert was twen tyseven and was known to the world Bemlnietaphysical Bemimtdcai book entitled Shirley Hall Asylum bU first book Brownwhcn prcpaflnga of the younger bavin heard that jjhe son was the Incentive from without which spurred Into action the inherent but dormant literary talentof the father asked if such was the fact IIYes replied the author of the wittiest libret tos ever written I think the little success which had attended hun ble efforts certainly influenced my father 1You see ho added with a suspi cion ofa smile my father nejqr had an exalted idea of my ability He tbotiphrlf I iOflld write anybody could rind forthwith be began Antiquity of D atjyiyiaBkf Although there no mention of death masks in the works of Homei or in of the later classics modern ex Iplore S have satisfied themselves that early buriaHof ali nations the custom to cover the beads and bodies Of the dead with sheets of gold so pliablethat they took the Impress of the form and not infrequently when In the course of centuries the- o embalmed flesh had shriveled fall en away the gold retained the exact cast of the features Schliemann found a number of bodies covered wilb large masks of gold plate in repousse work several of which have been reproduced by means of engraving In his Mycenae he asserts that there tan be nod jibt whatever that each one of these represents thellUcness of be deceased person whose face coy iS t Eczema is Curable ZE MO a scientific preparation for kteraal use Stops itching instantly aad dWtroys the germs that cause skin cticaes Eczema quickly yields and is MfiMMBtly cur 4 by thisl remMkable MMUciae All Drufgirt Write for aim 1E W ROM Me4Co StLouisMo Hayden RobertsDn f Irregularity is bad in every department life in meals sleeping hews but especially when it is a question of only t tin of female disease buttJ unlesscurt will cause dangerous troubles lrtre lsons thus a11oed to remaIn in the systema i If you in this way get tottle Wine CarduiiMrs Lucinda Johnwp i oFish Creek write Il tl4 jtBtft J laxity causing great pain At lasU trtod Cardui and L im cured HN druggtaJa IDSf kottte MiiistWKlI I Ad4reSsladIes r rf i JVfJ7h rtQH I a ilTu 1J77GRADE COIVNERCIL3CIIOO1 JlLLOF CONMEROML BWCMES INCLUDINQ HYARETMfflHJ IElUTIfUL ItSSOHaWBOOKKEEPfflG SECURES POSTlOHS AMDjOfl WWTE JiowrADDRESs BOWLING BUSINESS UNIVERSITY BOWLING LH = Ha4ap Rheumatic Remedy IIso we to rheumatic what 11ally11 Rheumatism is dy canQt HAS Go the hot throbbing CURES useless 1 Full Weeks TrtarTreatmeriiv test ask curing Nturalgla does p istond weeks tr mailing and sent you pJepald or are by Rheumatic 5 firstclass druggists the free aI i REMEDY CO Toledo FiveYears I for J I of I I of Heart rcctions Sistmartas wllOoneIEdltbA raan th- enBnbBIlltndsnnd by Is it was or and it womar5yhafc b ofJIOW OFJIE50 CRADUMTES IWe A GREAT RUNNER One of His Feats of Which tdoBe Reminded Im the real thing nra runner said Iloward James majestically asbe seated himself at the first home din ncr since his return from college His mother and slater looked at him in sheer admiration VYes mother I wish you could have been at the university to see me run During the football Reason I rauaway from everX one on the team vThey were not lnht for n minute in the classes j took the lead tleaving them in the lurch I always stood highest in my lectures And then when it came to selecting a president for the class I made the race When the voting started I ran second but at the last wcll1 I ran fchead of alt pt the other candi dates Theres no doubt about It Im a runner Of course when tire l1ase ntedIority but persuasion succeeded I wept on the team and the way I ran bases was a positive shame Theji twent Into the track meet 1 ran tea yards in ten seconds almost equaling the worldsrecord Yes 1 am a run per THcn Then you ran into debt interrupt ed Ole Man James with distinctive grunt and I have topay you out St Paul Pioneer Press DARK DOINGS The Reason One Woman Is Di gusted y With the Voting Proposition When any asked little Mrs Pratt her opinion on the question otequnl suffrage she had her answer ready- I dont want to hear anything out it she would say pleasantly but firm Id just as soon tell you why Illrlnndlluse theres got to be a con ccalmeit and mystery about voting t andI like things open and aboveboard Tis the way I was brought up and the way I shall always feel If I live to be- n hundred lIve had one exnorlence and thats all I want A friend of mine talked and tatted to me about voting on the educational question till at last J said I would bemuse I was brought up to think a great deal of Education and I always shall So 1 pave up an engage iment to go to the polls andrsgister 1nndtlie dress was almost spoiled on of my missing that trying on see1Wbctberthe greatest pains to go nod vote just as theyd told me ttrnand what do you suppose UQnry Prntt told me after ward My vote nss thrown out because I had the frankness to write my itlIg would surprise me after that nothingl k = r A DAPTIST ELDER Eeitored to Health by Vino- lI was run down and weak from digestion end general debility also suffered from vertigo I saw a cod liver preparation called Tlhol advertised anflrf 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 well Henry iSunnlnshani Elder Baptist Church Kingston N Co Vino is notfepatent medicine but a preparation composed of the medicinal elements of cods livers combined with a tonic iron and wine Vino creates a hearty appetite tonea up the Organs of digestion and snakes rich red blood In this natural lnner Viol creates strength tot the rundown over- WOrk d and debilitated and for deli cate children and old people For chronic coughs colds and bronchitis Vinol Is unexcelled i All ych persons In this vicinity are asked to try Vinol pnr our otter torCi fund their money it UfallstP give sat isfaction I t RED CftOSS DRUG STOfJE H vy j t 5S ToOur 1 Subscr1rs For a limited we willgive abfdi t ir frssll tcharge to each new orvrcnewin subscribor a ypi subscription to V fi t f Southern Agr4duhturistLt t NArfVlLLE TENNI fr For fortyyears this hs be tW fi4 l foiF thousands of Southern farther xlf ywi N JM a subscriber to the NewsLeader or if yr b scription has explredt order NOW aacl g the X valuable present free We reserve the lo withdraw this offer at anytim so HURRY UP- t+x Address i Tw NWSLde r t Springfi1d 5Yi rI 4 = i I e i Eat What i tritt P t f You want the food you rtc dttx r g I i fr Koqol will digestl It r f i1 T jJjjni Tou peed a sufficient amount of good wnoles0lne food and nore th tthis you need to tully digest It Else you qant gain strength not can youstrengthenyourtOmaciii- titisw ak You must eat in order to liye and maintain strength You must not dIet tecause the body requires that you atasuffic tent amount of food regularly But this food must no digested and It must be digested thoroughly When the stomach cant lio It you must take someth1n that will help the stomath The proper way tb do is to eat what you want and let 101dl gest the foodL Nothing else can do this When the stomach is weak it needs help you must help It by giving it ies andXodol will do that cc Hanfw Summer Comfort J 4 + tJ b 1 ftinie paper rnt of 5J Our 9tran5Go lo yourdruggl4 tifpurchase a dollar bottle tUitltfcan honestfyngay that oudd nol 1lSlng11J without questlo or WcWlt1 1t r ot tho bottle vcMMd h 1This otTer appllea to l fttamDyftr l 1M We ooWdBOtaa to an offer unleag n poiitintjr what 1OdOI will dp pt tT1edouch tS 1ibl1ft1 CIM JJt1 i Kodolismd ittLrof Eo O DeWitt 15 c i SOLD BY RED CROSS DRUG STOBB Dont add the heat ofa I 1 U kitchen fire to the sufficient JJII r discomfort of hot weatlier Use a New Perfection Wick l 1Blue Flame Oil CookSt6vei e fnd copk in comfort f With a New Perfection Oil Stove the 4 tJI t jdaily mcit1s or the big week1bkiiig It h j rRaising the temperature perceptibly above that oy s1s aroom jn the house If you once have experience with the J It NEWPIWiekBlneF6me OIJI you ilbeaxnnzedatthe resjtfu iUJBr biibkb enables you to do work that hsheretofore Wl J the1cheiraud yourself The New Perfection Stoe is ideal rimus Iadem three izes and alLant wnot at your deakcwriteour near t igMiejr A Thej4j Li1ti t or1low t tlwfefwefnrffrom- I notsjnok SaleCo Veoientf oflwneI lf 1otatyo deal t writsi TAA y zh=7 One DoctorOnlyN- o Oiie sense in running from one dodbttctSelect the best onei then StIDd by him Nosnie tb rkitrying this thing that thing for your cough Cftfdtite 4teately Detect the bejt cou i medicine then trig tL Stick to it Ask your doctor bit Ayers Oierry Pectoral for throat and lung troubles Sqid lor nearly No alcohol in this cough medidne rdrpTWfrgf that tbtog eesmlpatiooWCY not stIeI to e Why try thk thing foryouf old reliable tIaZatheAYtrS Plli1 Mk osr do if IIit app tt s