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1909 hI f f pmI ock jIj lkeg lfmantltr tbsattornej Js t VarnarsdaHl broijfhliSuit against the town to iMco fcr W Huffman was con Yiict4and fined 60 torbdng f in 1pigwa thought lawful for him toPdo 1lbe paid 40Vqf the mont HisV attorney claims that be was fined under an or dinance t was void but the Council refused to remit the fine The case was argued be fpre Special Jdge C rn Tues day who was presiding at QuarI terly Court in the absence of Judge Huges and bev took the matter nndor advisement and yesterday decided that the ordi nance and the j dgement was void and that Huffman paid the money undor the mistaken idea that1 WdS compelled todo so law or he would be subjected imprisonment therefore he was entitled to recover 40 from e town Harrodsburg Herald STATS OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO LUCAS COuTYssjr FrankJ Cheney makes oath that e Is senior pat tner of the firm of F J Cheney and Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL LARS for each and eyerycase of Ca tarrh that cannot be cured by the aae Halls Catarrh CureVFRANK J CHENEY Swore to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of IJe ceinberi AVD 1886 rSHAir VA W GL1ASONf HaWs Catarrh Cure is taken intern ally and acts directly on the blood and mueuous surfaces ofI the systt m end for testimonials freeFFJ CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by all Druggists 75cITakf Halls JTamUy Pills for con Btipatloni N iewspaptCampbellsville j Gplumbia Ky18GhaTleV JET Kurrelff aged 55 ears np1f owner 61 the Adair Ginnty News published heien d proppede Commercial Hotel in Camp bellsville today at 11 oclock Editor Murrell was a frequent ffrom acute indigestion and calle for a physician shqrt ly after eating breaTrfast Later he tooka digestive ta blet in the hotel office Five minutes after leaving the office he was found dead in thevlavav tory Hewas a prominent bust ness man wellconnected m Tayv lor and Ada counties He was in Campbdllsville so liiciting business fornis paper The Coroners Verdict vas death from paralysis of the heart brought on by acute indigestion He leaves a familvj Near Death In Big Pond bItwasMrs Ida Soper to face death For years a severe ping trouble gave me Iintense suffering she writes and tAllsaici I was incurable Then Dr Kings N6w Discovery brought quick reliefr and a cure so perinarienfthat have J u potMrS gop r lives in Big Pond PaV It works wonders in Coughs and Colds aSoreAsthmaj Croup Whooping Cough and all Bronchial affections s 50c and i00 Trial bottle free Guafan eed by Haydon RoberuonJ The Home Paperx An appreciative view of the home newspapers is given in Vthefrom which we make the follow ing extracts I Many a good town isnfcworth a cent because the local news JalgoodJalI ness treat ihe editor of the news paper as Uan object of charity This is wrong The local paper is the greatest thing in the com mrnitp It should besupported andpatronleqthe clever and smart when they slip one over on the local paper make a big mistake Every IJ theIJrCbantsdopatroJ1i Dont tell me it lias a small clr 1i hatVQU1rerw jlars Dont spring any of those time iorn gage on meatalI jStop standing iin your own light J Get behind the local paper and ush it for all you are worth I Jbnt mean push it to the wall J ush it up grade to ppsitiou where it ought to be push your own business up with it toa point you never dreamed of before When a man tells me that be- eh reaches more people and getsl better results from his rs know tbathe is deceiving bim self andtelling me what I can1 prove to bja bntrue A riewgpa par in the community is read by the people They arnto w ftatchit every member of the family wants nis turn to see what itplays Ads and all arereadV j This ist the most dangerous time of th iCeyearhardest time to cure it If you should takes a cold a few doses of Kennedys taxative Cough Syrup will act veiy promptly Its laxative Pridi cUrys he cold by driving it from the system by a gentle but nat ural action of the bowelsV Children especially like Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrnp asit tastes sp good nearly like maple sugar Uis sold by the Red Cross Drug StoreV Notice Kauffman Moyer Arnold Enterprise buggiesfor stile or all that can be asked for in the buggy line Mogul wigons Disk jJarrow Corn Planters To bacc iSettec and the American ield Fence the best field fence onthe market in all sizes from tl Vrhetop and bottom and No 9 inter medial wire and stage io the 26 iinch hogfence and thej best poultry fence on the marliet at 40 cents per rod t A C KlMBALL l Race SiilcideV M as President Roosevelt calls it is not arly the menace to liicrcaso bpulatlrn that deaths among infants are And eight ouf of tees tlycausedBaby Elixir cures diarrhoea dysen tary sour stomach and all iq fant ail ments Of this nature Just the hidg ifor teething babies Price 25 and 50cV j bVThere is a rapidly growing sentiment all over the country iin7 favor of beautifyingi school grounds Where it has been done with any regard to taste and system the results are mostt s satisfactory There is every thrhg tobe said niits Iaor There is no merit quite the re verse in having dilapidated and grounds coveredI with tall grass and weeds The effect of such a condition upon the children or district is any thing bUt1 cdTbat being so iit naturally follows that when this condition is changed so that the grounds andtbuildings are leasing to the eye by reas nof- theirntat appearance a justifi ble pride is around and with Iit many other gOod things Some lleadership and ambition neededI amount of labor and a smalll utlay of money are sufficient With goud taste Ita turn almost any eyesore into that which iis pleasing and beneficialElizab- ethtowniNevs Foleys Kidney Remedy will cure any case or kidney or bladder trouble that is not beyond the reach of medi doeV Cures backache and irreJrularii 1tiesI braght s disease or diabetes Soldj I bv Haydon and Robertson AUTOMOBILE II wish to state that I have contracted with the Reo and Haynes Automobile Cos t01f have exclusive control ofI hjlngtonhj J 1st for the sale of all kinds i of Reo and Haynp Cars For further information address N G MARKS r Springfield Ky Died in IllinoisV IMr Lee Borders aged 19 fell PeoriaIIjjuries from which he dirtl in a s bart tiine His tem ai4S arrived here Sunday and were interred at the Elder cemetery on South F fiorkers not be able to cross the river any sooner on account of the high waterVThe deceased is the son of Mrs Nannie Powrsa1 d of the ate Owen Borders The JamBl theirJm1nyj Ip rise a Sour stomach makes sour people makes your dispositioid sour yoar become dsllked VbecauseV your sour stoPlproVbhingSour stomach is caused by too much acid arising frQmt1nr1igestedfood odol for Dyspepsia and Indigestion IombthatfozreM you stomach well by taking Kodol now and then Sold by the Red ross Drug Store Yoiiir Townt More towns die for wantofr confidence on the part of busi ness men and lack if public spirit than any other cause says a floutingf editorial Wham- an in search of a homer a business location goes into a towrt and finds everything ttrim Joil of hope and edthnsiasni Of VJandllup he soon becomes irnluedV withthe same spirit ajaodgoestternsi When however he goes tQ a town where everyone expresses doqbt and apprehend sion for the future prosperity of tthe place muping aboutand in dulgingrnit mournful complaint he naturnlly feels that it is DO jpliice for him and he at once shakes the dust from his feat while he pulls out wath all pos ible speed for some other place Consequently try to mke a live enterprising town outfr the town you are accomplishing Vail the inore for yourself A Religious Authirs Statemeil tRevury NC who is the author of several books writes For several yeas I was ifllicted with kidney trouble andlast winter I was sudden l pykidneys and was confined to bed eight days unable to get up without assistance My Urine contained a thick white sediment and I passed same day and night I co men taking Foleys Kidney Remed and the pain gradually abated and finally 1 northajcheerfully Kidney Remedy Sold by Hayido and RobertsOnV No Meat Lak Possum Mea Rabbit sweet in g4odVter eatV My honey how you doV But dey aint no njat lak possum meat My honey how fo do Watermillipn is haird tel beatV Ham an bogjowl mighty sweetVBut dey aint no m4at flak possum meats rL My honey how you deV Brer Possum say Hits a holiday My honey how you do An tieVflI hongry dat come my wayVMyjhoney how YOUVdOV ICDe folks is hqhgry an dey wants to eatVAn llm dcsVde bes1 man anybody meet An dey knows what good an dey knows what sweetV My honeyj how you d- oFEKL STANToN In UNCLE RE forMarchNotice Au persons having claims against G G Cox assigned will present 5ame property proven to the undersigned Ail persons indebted to theV above willV please pay same promptly L A BURNS Assignee ASwo1lenJwV iiS not pretty nor pleasant Whether its caused by neuralgia toothache or accident Ballards Snow Linimeat will reduce the swelling and relieve tbe pain The great and sure cure 1fr rheumatism cut burns bruises scalds any and all aches and pains Sold by Red Cross Drugstore 79000 The Mercer County Board of Ountrbl has delivered 576 hhds tbf the 1907 pooled tobacco sold to the American Tobacco Corn pany and is delivering 888 more this week The money for the rst delivery amounting to 79t00 h as been received and is on deposit jft the local banks tAt a meeitin of the Board lit wag decided not to make a distribu lion until he second delivery of aSS hhds has been completed fewdayiJShippingotders of jth nrslancV which goes to the Independent factories have been revived and this tobacco will be rapidly delivered as soon oompletedI e on the 1906 with the andlasalltheagreed upon there will be no Iffurther deity The future of the organization will be placed squarely before the growers of the state Unless the growers are practically united the fight for better prices will not con inue as the Burley Society will not undertake to hold a part of the tobacco thereby causing sacrifice to these who pool and creating a high market for those who sell This policy means the growers of Kentucky must be together either as an organiza ion with fair prices or outside with the benefits of immediate marketing foraulVr AG KYLE President The Lnri4 OIiw if DMM wasseen in the1 red face hands alnd body of the little son of H M Adams oHenrietta iPa His awful plight from eczema had for lIve years defied a l remedies and baffled the best octors who said the poison blood had affected his lungs and nothing could save him But writes bis mother seven bottles of Electric Bitters completely cured htIJiFor Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheqaa Sores and all Blood Disorders and Rheumatism Electric Bitters is su preme Onlyl SOc Guaranteed by Haydon and Robertson v Potatoes Too Lexington Leader says that Irish potatoes from Ireland are being sold in that city for he first time in the memory of Lexingtons oldest produce mer chant anl the cause of th s noV elty is the remarkably bigjbi rices which now prevail for theI home grownpotatoes Potatoes iin K Kentucky at this time of the year are usually Worth from 75I to 80 cents e bushel This year however chiefly because of thei poor crop last season potatoes are now selling for 115 to 120 a bushel In view of this fact the wholesale produce dealers found that potatoes in Great 3itian were so much cheaper than they were here that they could he imported to Lexington and sold at practically the same price as tnoaie grown within mile of the city There is no tariff on potatoes and while the freightk ror the distance between Kentucky and Ireland with re shipment in New York was heavy still the lower price at Oltfii Tie KMiejs An ekwby BwrlfirttJ- ikealtty KUaeys Wake Is parc Bleti Weak ad HBbealtky kidneys are responsible for much sickness and wffering 1 LL1ertutVVJ JU x trouble permitted td contiaac serious re salts are aost likely to follow Yoarother organs nay need at teatioa but your kid ney wotVuathey de most and skovld kaye attemtioaj frst TherefOre irkeM your klchtey are weak 81 tf order you can understaud bow v ck1y youre tire body is affected dd fcew every orjam sterna to fall to do its duty If you are sick or feel bdly 1MdJa taking the great kidiley redy tw 1 Kilmers SwampRoot A trial will Cal ymca you of its VtMerit TIle mild sdiediate elect c r SwawpReet the great Wdmey fM bladder remedy is soom realised It Btaads the highest becaaseitoiieiirinilt health restoring properties Mve J I proves in eeadeot the IIIOItImg HI Ut you need dIM should have the beetV l Sold by dreririits InV iftycentaBd onedol lar sizes YOrna I have a sample bottle- by sail free tic Ipam tetUOJtowt dCtlt1f k 0- 11acIktiHWe tje tw wbea miti f to DtOBiigbiato N Y DostaskteyVtake but ruMbwtJM IMMK lwM jfRoot and dont kt a dealer ash wj soniethiiig lhP1c eof SwaispXeot- lost doyoewi1LbSdiNOiMld- h JV which they i QuId pe bought thera enabled tte a to be laid down in Lexington on equal terms with those grown on tr e loadsIpotatoes front Ireland and Scotland arrived Fridpv on a special trait made up in sections jin New York The novelty of the imported potato baa made a spirited demand for them which enables the dalersto seeul1 about 2 cents a bushel more for them than Isasked for the home geown potato though it is said the cost price of the two to tbe local wholesale dealers is about the sameV Most women whohave bad cornV plexions have dyapepsia or af least im igeation which eveni ally will become dyspepsia To have fine fair Sdi1tn4 healthy rosy cheek you have to have first of allV good healthv peifpct digestion in order that you may have rich5 red blood5 Keep your stomach well by taking Kodol for Dyspepsia and Iqdigestion occasionsilyjust when you ned it It is plea anttotakcSoJdby Redn Cross Drug Store Residence orS iIei I Commissioners Salelt r James C McElrov Jr byH B Mc Elroy Statutory guar pigs vs InVEquityoJames C McElroyc Cfts t4ofCourt rendered in the above styled caused atthe February term 1909 or said court I will offer for sale on the r MARCH 27 1909 at 2 oclock p to the highest andrbest bidder atpublic outcry the owing propertys obihSpringfield Washington county Ky and b undedasfollowinBeginniDg iVatcorner to McKenna property thence 11S712feetThompsons lot thence S 25 12 1214 LloydHaydonsbranch and with his line N 65 12 W 114 toe stone corner to the McKdnna property thence with line of same N 22 40 E 213 feet to the beginning con tat1nIsg a little over 35 otan cre lutwolotsthe manner as to realize the most The aMainfrom a point88 712 feet East of McI t9therearoftern line of the barn wall On this is Adenceandbathclosets and large frobt and side ye randa and latticed ba k porch largei buggyhousein good state of and has dandMacadamized driveway from front to table and concrete pavement in froqt and around house and watet for sprinkling purposes in the yard This is one of the most desirable resi dences in Springfield The eastern portion or the remainder of the lot front 30 feet on Main Street and is a most desirable building lot concrete side walk sniceshade trees growing on both IQts This property will be sold on a credit of one two and three years In three equal installments The purchaser will be required to execute TgoodInterest from dateof sale at the rate of six per cent and secured further by retaining lien upon the property aoldV Bidders will be required te bsaleI IMSire ReedY fir la Gripfre La grippe coughs are dangerou as they frequently develop into pnen aoBiau JFpleys Honey and Tar notI only stops the cough but heals and strengthens the lungs so that no serious results need be feared The genuine Foleys Honey and Tar con talus ne harmful drugs and is in aI hSoldWork For Next Legislaturel FroJDtbeway things are go ing now it looks like the next KeDtacky Legislature will find a mountain of work to di when Iit SQmeIthinKthe General Assembly One of the moat important things tobe j l considered Iitbe new school law which will completely f Jtbaj itrnctKHi iowa to the school t rIlTtualaw which was flssttl by Uw last Legislature wwK am improvement over the old lw11Vthe opinion of the I was1Il i xtlioaWIUturN Mack work hasUen dose os Vtbe propoted measure and etery elate tbe Union has4 betm coosvlted m order to ftt the rsulv of Jie experience i l 14tflhltSSttflttUU1WTLISLtflW1 li81fClfJp7 JON D I mli- i t BBAKING POWpEL aYIVThe finest mot tmtl aaiI wholesome bictiiti cake pM trY are Vinadd with Royal VlugRoyal u the only Bk rPvmfcr Royal GrpV 11of Tartar VJ v loose States The ideaVijJtCi have a model law for Kentucky anditis believed that lbiirsuit cm be accomplisnedi Meade County Messenger Howvcan any perscir1sk taking ome unknown cough Jremedy whet FFoleyaHonej and Tar costs ken o more It is a sate remedy ace atns noJiarrafnl drugs and cures the nost obstinate doughs and colds t tVhVinsist upon having the genuine Fo iy8HOne VancLTarV ShootsHis VHaifVBrotherl 1 In a difficulty which occured n Scotts Kidge in die wpstorn artof this couny Supdayaf rnooQ Clarehce Shot and pain ully wountfed his halfbrother V1donthe Iron letaroe over could not beII arnpdandcas jet no warrant ar1restealon Phipots injuries are said to be of a trivial nature Both Siiipo and Phiiprt figured iin a sensational murder trial m the local courts a number ofr years ago Lebanon EnterprIse bov ro good health should prevent sickness iinstead of letting themselves 4jet sick and then tryirixr cure itV So batfjasyovf keep yom liverrtfowelt dnd stomachina healthy and active condition you wont get sick Bat rds Hecbine relieves qbnstipation stomacJfllidboweltroubJes i Drugstore rrested For Housebreaking Herman Watson was arreetea iin Louisville the latter part ofr last week arid brought here Mon ay to answer the charge of housebreaking When arraign ed before County Judge Burton Watson waived exacrinatioD andI w lVasthe action uf the next grand jjury in default of bond in the um of S250 Watson bus since confessed VhjsgujitVi The arrest of the inan was the result of a clever piece of work on the apartof Detective J A hompsonEarly last month the residence of Andy Qorley wjio resides about a mile and a half southof on Hollow waa into and number of ar ticlds taken among them sever alt suites of clothes Last week a month after the robbery Mr Thomoaon was engaged by Mr Corley to take tbttcae After an investigation theolleer learned that Watson had disap peared from the neighborhooe and traced him to Louisville There he foundhl11 and had j im arrested A number of tbti VmissibgAfter being plce4Vfl jail bertf Watson admittd that he a broken into Mr Corleys bbsM Lebarion Enterprise USaveri Mlsifj leetIWrites l doctqrs could not cure haft at latlaid me up Then Bucklens Arnica tISoruIBumlsc i atHaydon and Bbbertsoa Furniture for SJV A handsome suitVgeuLsi Ifal JMiIt pieces bed dreaser wasbiUMl and tb1siarile topOI1V CM or addnisVVJQ MeEtapV 81 X1 FOLey11OPYJV5V 555 qulqid teiajta5e Ituop 8 expels colds C1Va ellow pkagVtb5 liff bp and iobetsQn V 4 VLV s I rI M7Tb GierWs itSV4 t Letltew j j lIpif At thpbeCiielt i Democrat Mre fto tijEfct eraors of the 46 ttMUet aatt Ihs Rbpublicamii h v14 TMi a rJargerJ proAaPtiAai of DMO MMS t Goveraoiy tbn MM oe 75Vijse u irc Cteveani iII his Pt In the bpia V J Dill 21894 in the tm year ef Cleveland seeoMl jMnn wt f iere were 44 elatee tbe Rsf i llicans had 16 GOTCIKH lbs Degiocrt 2Std thw PokIshad three A the bgaasusL 1896 after Utop b 4 imktthe number of satev to H MTt publkMM bd 6Vthe DrIDOeratW 17 ait the pijpnlisu had two orVthep4133jVIBabUcans have bis kr s 44 cepdecy in the Biriiir 4 Mi Xi Executives but teak pr1LderenoesQw iaIWr bss tt was at say time in all o ft X riod In 1906 the Wptfi3chose GovtrioriiB M quI pad one or two otht Stale hitfcm cofitroitad bf the DssiBefiitiW tab ht the Dewocna eaftayid Ohio IidiflVcotedo itbrasVaaad a JeWJndtlUMh711 i ber o1bsLzip t to to tta TUy W bilfWtW im l gJnof oil More GotecaocUtt board lake pUkc woaM hrtotj f thep4Ue a tie iesnoC tte DIlucratVGoyscausrs fit sV publicaM SfeUt fisinKM rOhioi MarsfeaU oIwtow MI fr1 V rflllain pfOregotrs uasC tM PreaidMtlai HjnkMltfta JK tibilitiet for 1912 A- liIItWI VA lerclle mminnt ie AffiiijL citi with IIUIY Tkkipc Sus Or tugs New Life PS1 k llVby yemtloa Thy rI4Ia I IILtVlNktbatVpeadicitk cnri f e- 1I1ei CB miLadt auMLJmitfMtiM 3c at aa asdXberbsV SWeeii t iti oBIrbo of thLd1iArnswas tt Wooed to ocHul roexk at upd agepiE aftWkVsQgO t girlV TM took W M tr lfi4 W12 lrritfMU total HH ifM C iit J Ptsliis Mill TbI r11bei forMsyGossk OI whe wa calling refiwtrf to wifllto her boM nHI be i s f1J qckaB ckete d sooka 3xD7umt M oael4ae a wbVII f i r iF fJIe JJL n tWM Iat sI 0XgUwe geeL e ftt4 Je su- Fo4 ysLix Ms MtV icslSq4d1afIUb0 i i VUeVV d 1 a W iAiiVV n 11 i otIJ l 4V- S PIMa 1VVflIV fVS5SISV aMcussto m y 7i F HE T w 1 f1 fl 1fAQfJI- r PPD Vrka1LY aii JItLo Y t i TY 4DAVlSQJJJ rj op t t l i DAno 1 1O9 f f itOR QPTTY JUDO f w sIt t1IoiRd fo a1UUMiDCfr E L Ust cqi4e for feelectlo w Ciy J1Ie Q 1 hitn UM Electionl Noru rc r ac CLERK E W it ainouncW o pr cauf1at for theI voeq cerkwbj4attothe jf rtcEsf tb DfcawcrAtic party No4 VIfi Y1MW7 i W auths1ud to liOOm S J au czdIdate f Sheriff St W liiinjJij lubject to the kactw the Ifcwocratic party pDep HB BMleassUi Saz1 Hale 1 PweIF l3yiosiCroalcet wi4vv SPOR AS8E5SORt WTItTCUELLaI3cluadklate for f AsUS toa county 1 jet OEi the rag DUt1 r Elect 4N L W 1 T 1MclntJlei V h Mr Bcri Smith died at hrr b 8ttrday night at 10 4 oPckMtktiet U illness of about w kj raJ WQk place Mon eky niiitg aer mass The I body ws 1id to reit in the St ai Ro cMr lfltK grounda Mrs I 8iI rmerly Mt Mag Bfwdford She is survivedq IfrIf Tr x sktgirij roU Nr kgettr with a num broff rsItives and frIends We ex Ivmpthy to the stricken 0 Mr Richard Blandford and J Mrs Q illa Blaodfprd of d- Li4i41esre1Iedt herebyhtips ill MMC and death shWri Sauh bjF KHne and J 0 Ii ElM1M attmied the funeral ofa MrJphlSimpjpnatMill Creek d 4Jut KaodarJ i M rjl Xeene wife and Wri tisitd Mrs Victbra SiiiuriBatiardaymRht and Bun I iwjr1W t d r1ohn Medley ind Miss Kad1ey VII ted at thE home of Mr TM Blandford last j ThIia1y K Emma Ensor is the guesttI of rtiatiTe iii Louisville V Ki Annie Mary Flanagan- Ip rSunday uutil Wednesdays itt1gifit of MiM Lucy Bland fort ct UkaLilaWheatley visited lit tbi t kit of her Uncle Mr Ton- Kallj 6C Bardstown recently t p 0M4dir Mclntyra made a business trip tq Dnville last Thprsday WfciW there each purchased a o I Mwrbber tire buggy Look u r eyjnt6irUt L tIlks Bogie Nally visited her i sister i MM TF Keene last Thursday and Friday t f4t r Born tothe wife of Mr Sam NallyMb 7th afiae girl = J M fJoe Thomas SJf Marion GcMinlir Bought of RA Main tie Three yeerling mutes for t75MCh A1O o1TE Ballard pile Isle price ot known S iJi wverA 4c4 health th uld prevent sickness datttil of letting themselves get sick f and then try to cure It So tong as yoa keeP your flyer pwels and stom Sack imi healthjt pndition you wont jfetsiefc Ballards Herbme relieves capatiQsL Inactive liver and al r foBiub apid bowel troubles Sold by e 1ied CfosdrapsttreI v t ValleyHillS yl tSr 4 5iS 4FofJfar th diriniythink-T 4 stilrking jti- t t awothr atteiiin3caiI- 1aivsbeenI abielrt4or two Iwak iSp 7 Mr B4 Kelly and wife were r gi riite of the lattcrs parent- t S4ijr1Sfe y Mr C P Goatley tod wife i Uiited Mr Jiu fVway and f I flySunday I We are sorrytb report Mr- S Robert Snyder as being on the iI cViisfe S 7jl Jalitts Alber andj Vivean lit if UrnJ sons flt Ed aird Gdatley 4s argilt fjito scatlitI rrover i ssWiUrBesw has completed Y tt 9kii te1pbome Jline arid bavinu Ta jen jBl bor in iis now ready ff thepretty girls to call- 41h 0biiip5SlJill MrThi Virgin and wIlk apsstievrlt iajs of the past t wtivtbir dailiters bere 5J iGoatleyf has re SpringJjJ1 f L14y Mary Brown entertained frJeildlitFrJ treeM Goaiyzsd f Wffdil 1atrsZrer3t hear r C 4 M141114 jI Pjnks MMMttimd r o 1atisllLt f Mr Gqfin if di hiK b 818 trucietf Pinktton bece tnafEeiJJQcUno jJMfcdajr wlMin be choesisaay chalt in some one elsesprlorana then verbPsincetbathel1eVBother gruband last we k ifjou could have seen the rsls lying around him you dynfleearthbot Satdsys ua1 dcihJcl 1 tt to vn cm Friday last Wmol y isliould be studied by very parent your child is nervobs fetfuIfr starts iniftw sleep is pastrV faced Has rings under its rJiilnotsure the trouble is worms Whites ream Vermifuge is an absolute cure sr wO 1IlSIs its ow i pergutlye Tatham Springs rMiss Ethel Roge r oV Fen- icklathe gu stof friends at tbI1 Springs Mr J H Hungate and wife ave returned from a trip to Louisville They were accompanied by Mr and Mrs W F Sweazy of Antioch Bagdadttendedter Mrs Addie Goff Mrs Evan Crov has relumed roni a visit to her parents Mr nd Mrs T J Trent of Polin byherMr Clye Sweazy who assisted MrSl T Hungate in the store uring the absence of J H ungate has returned itp his ome at Greenchapel Nelson County Mr James Eeeling an family familyinedMrs J H Hungate Sunday Rev H P Hatchett filled his regular appointment here Sun day i Rev H P Hatchett filed his regular appointment here Sun dayThe BaptistOhurcbat paringtche churchyard Mr Rogers of Taylors ville was the guest at tire nome of Rev and Mrs H P Hatchett turday a Sunday Quite a number who attended the funeral of Mrs Willie Got ompcdlcdtoht on account the high atei boughtfmare Price one hundred sev nty five dollars 175 veySegirls attended church at this place Sunday I PHlHatm quttaninterestoathof Pulliam v sitJMTrslFannie Prather jis jug her Yocurii BIthsMrs ielThDmpsoniel Mr Charley Bishop and family SundayMrted feJatives ner Muckyille Saturday and Sunday Mr Isiah Bishop visited Mr aeJ rod Goff euuday Mr Luster Colvin and MyrtiQ LScott were quietly married Sun Ly byRe H P Hatchett A surprise birthday dinner Match 12 1909 in honor J W Hat dip who lives near Pulliam Ky was givwi by his children and grandchildren to celebrate his Seventy eighth anniversary He and his wife keep house She will be seventyeight next njoYJbledaywar of 1860 belonged to the first Ky Calvary company Those present sere Mr William Har din and wife Mrs Fannie Pra there Robert Thompson wife and children Ed Grigsby wife and children Sanford Yoc m wife and child Jerome jCdlvm wife and child Hardosty Schbolhouse spentTliursdaof Mr Walter Williams ftncl family of near Springfield Miss OHye Gray is m Louis ville this week buying her mil linery goods Mr Steve Scott who has been ve y illtoftypfioidfeverfor sometime ram sorry to report no letter Mr3 P Goatley arid wife of Valley Inn werepleasant guests at Mr JH Grays home Sun dav Miss Fannie Williacas and spentWednesday terLewis and family Mr Ed Smothers and wifei visited Mr J M Sales and famI- ly Sunday afternoon Mr John Kays Jr and wife of Mt Zion visited the formers brother of Hillsboro Friday returJedbome Mr J M Sales who has been confined to his room for several day3 with rheumatism isnt any better at this writing UtakeDWltttitLIttle gentle easy pleasant little live pills Sold by the Red Cross drug store Mackville lIr Charlie Camden sold Ml 5 t J r Carflon4uyS- r lft i f7 wfthvi TCRY BABY t t F Opera House Friday March 19 Ii t K1LLTHECOUCH MN CURE THE LUNGS WTHDrlijJgs New Discovery FORC2EStci LAND ALL THROAT AND LUNtTROUBLEf GUARANEZD SArISJAYtOBJlOB MONEY l John Roster ond town lot for S1500 Mr J P Walker andwife vi ied Mr John Sweeney in Standford Ky last 9eekIMr Okie Oloyd is buiding an addition to his Qwelling house Mssr WiU Hatchett John Foster and Charlie Gamden were in HarrodsburSaturday Mr Join Peters sold one mule fprI500 Also one mire for 165 MUs Pearl Javenpt of Ha 1oinicai deaCAndtdumbhe has been selling them for att numbrof years Mr John A Sharp visited friends in Salvisa last week i Dick Brown of dolor bought a three year od hoe of Jack Raybourn Price 120 Mr Charlie Camden and Will Hktchett purchased a tract of land of vr John Horn the con aeration being 2600 Mr Wallace AdamS and Johr Riney spent Sunday afternoon with the Misses Huffs near Har rjdsburg t Rockbridge acli1Gordon Huston pille Ky wiere they spout several weeks Mr Ollie Bess Wayside KyI spent Satuday night and Surj Jenk1nirjlMIsses vie Scruggs Corda and VI ira Coulter and Mr Raymond Keel log spent Thursday with Mrs Jessie Keeling We are h1IJ ig plenty of rans The farmer are liavnj trouble burning tobtcco neds Miss CUt Uarey of Bloom field is spending a few week with her grandparents Mr and Mrs W P Scruggs of this place SpringfieldB Jenkins and family Mr Walter Scruggs enter youngfriendsable time enjoyI We are having ajgood Sunday Everybodyt Prathers Creek Mr James Bowls and wife of near Thompsonville visitJsd frJ H Mays and family Sast Thursday night Mrs Mary Burrell and little son Marions spent last Friday night and Saturday with the family of Mr Henry Burrell near Stewart Mr and Mrs Verbal Milton and Mrs Haba Smock and daughters visited the family of Mr R Pi Harmon last Thurs day Miss Lottie tfrrt of Long Run iss1fagglOhristersoni Monday and attended Church at Mackville yesterday and Sun day spentlast rMrr and Mrs John Barker spent MrsJamesHoldermaq it Mrs Butler Shewmaktr spent Saturday eve with Mrs G Hf ChrUterson at this place thebintaught at Macik ville bv Mr San ders are Mr 0 B Shewmrker Mr n H ChrisTerson and daughter Margie MI G H Oh rister son tin wife spent one day last ell with their father Mr S Cbri terson near Stewart Tire farmers are finishing sow w1c theirtobacco beds tin weeK theirother For Sale or Rent A goodsevn room dwelling on GiuMy avecue fori JfJlV orfrsafe I IWaterint house good garden and outbuildings A pptv to j TD TAPP C The Truth- Every person in this city who is suf fering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff oc any form of skin or scalp disease can find relief and be permanently cured by Zero r a clean liquid for externaluscAlI Tggists sell ZEMO Haydon Ro bertson I i ll z lii aiii i rn a Like A 8w fall Before A July Suniwr5 m m m b Combination Desk and Boolt Cace like cut Actual Value JMO For T MI1l I PyMallYOUR TOWN An Iron Enameled Bl lUto ciu Jtctual I value oo For 7i rs Manuiarturprs s Outlrt Sa Off The i1 r fir B7 1l- i Sliti WE PAY FREIGHT TO rc- tJrON t r brL 4 An Oak BebTx ora Suit 3 pIeced like lofn1I Oak treason l kectit Actual Val IIVoo For This Manufacturers Out Off The FldociOr By Mall Sa5 FREIGHT TO YOUR TOWN ADB5RESS MADfLOnDrERS LATHAMS HOME RUN And How It Figured In Having Him Dubbed the Dude Charley Conllskey teld the tory of how Ar lc Latham caiuc to be called the dude One spring during Lathams term of service with the good old St Louis Browns said Comlskey he jJumped Into the opening genie of the season and won us a victory by knocking out in home run in the last Inning Chris von der Ahe from his placQ In tho grand stand sawArlle make his sensational hit and naturally enthused Aft cr the game der bo president enter ed the clubhouse arid in that peculiar dialect of his paid to Latham 4r Arlle my poy you must be glrtd that I Chris vas proud wit you an I vlll show you vat my feejlngs Is by giving you the present of soracdlngs for you to wear on yourself Take ds order on mine own tailor an go an dress up yourself Chris order on the tailor read sonic thing like this Give to ArJIe der tlugsvat he buys an sen3 to mo dcr bill didnt do a thing on the IJntlinm that order but replenish his wardrobe IFor three days In sue ccsslcuj he showed up at the ball park In a fine makeup and every suit of clothes was brand new On the fourth day Chris JOt fl bill from the clothing people for 100 Naturally he tent for Latham and demanded an explanation Why Chris old pal said Lath theres nothing to explain Didnt you agree In that order you gave me to pay for what 1 bought and havent I just heun to buy Why old pnlJ have only rot three suits and expect io be meanrcd for another this afternoon Wbnts Arrqrg uAr1lcrep1fcl Von der Abe you vas de one Infernal dude In de plznefv I tUilqblJ1 pay but y u vIII ybursef go tThr teller an mlt him explain vot I jilt of Or Irpudence of you you self You vlll also stop mlt de cloths you uo IITP ft 6ij nomore mts- ucJifa111bIessJ tJItt1r mnvotpas your salary Arlle you vus one dude anl1 you play mlt any errors dls afternoon vlll myslf tine you all tIer bootlful clothes you have yourself boutt that Hay Latham became known to the baseball world as the dude JinlQS eenes= ras 1l PURCHASE OF DmI pu jaR MRR A1Yi Iii nii1luiJJrYE PESfLE HOMES T5 2cke kesordy Jtir sJ Ir yIt 9lrGJD 4 16UR i1 it n LCI AT orc5 r That the people of Jjguisyille Kentucky also throughout the states of OhioJndiana and the entire South have bccii taking all vantage of Jas Qreenes Manufacturers Oalkt Salohl3 been manifest by The large crowds in tdancG at this big Furni tnre tale since the opening day S omeut upun aLipment of mnuuftturersSufphlS stock of fur ifire 11 ctslgs ctc liave been added to this great sale f m day to daVarid tLis most wpriderful furniture sale has prc non of the greatest bar gain feasts that the people of Ioui ille and the entire Stele of TtVmfnflfV have ever ljf rf vFnfv been nTilo to Tinirfifinjitt14n and those who arc attending tlii sale buy HberoiJ are well pleased with their purchasgs recommending their friends to Jas Greenes Big Manufacturer Outlet Sale of Furniture The good nhv8 has been spreaji far afcd wide of the many bargains that Jas Greens is offering on Furniture Carpets etc now Celling at about onetalf their regular value Commercial circles hvc jccnlshalwl froni cter to circumference 1he sale isthet- alit i tl entire stet Tv pea pIn appiiate furniture carpets rugs the good quality khH at a bargain price and they are showing their appreciation duUy by buying out Jas Greenes Big Manufacturers Purchases by the ynjron loads THE SALE ONLY LASTS FOUR DAYSMQKE A rp POSITIVELY EDS SATUR DAY NIGHT Jj RCT 20th AND TO THOSE TVHO RAVE NOT ATTENDED TuB SALE AM BENEFITED ACCORDINGLY Ii wish to say to yrut1iif yqn are missing a great opportunity to secure for ydiirself your home needs and furnishings at about onehalf their usual ciiIn joatiee to ourself you cannot aS fard to stay away as tLIs sale presents an opportunity to save vnany dollars on furnitiira carpets and household needs Jar Greene would be unable to make tjis great sacrifice on furniture arpcta and housed furnishings wire it not from thtj faetthat inanufacturorswcre forced to realize cash on tIt surplus stocks ill instructions to sell them out at retail iij from onetliird to onehalf their actual value Thr isa sale that comeS about ohco in a lifetimejand you owe it to your family and your pocketbook to mal c this peat saving when the opportunity presents Itself and this is your opportunity during this sale to save yjocr selves mans dollars Remember that this salel positively closes Saturday night Llarct 20CU so bu ail you nty need for the iicst ten years as such a sac ifice sale oa furniture carpGt3 etc will probaUy never occur again Extra help have already been secured for tl3 lat four days of the sale WEDNESffAT ilAliCTI W UUllSDAY MARCH 18TH FRIDAY MARCiI 19TH AND THEXLiVST DAY SATURDAY MARCH THE 20TH n1 vewant everybody to be i T1JRDAYFun nTutlE FEAST willr c tlrV Jgst crvy1s otpoqlrtJan Greened Manufacturers Oftlet Sale Qf fuiiiiturc that was evet seen fit asy sale iva Lmisvine Ecntnclcy beforo Slake your arrartgeraencs to attend li 3 mHo before it elosv and seeur your share oE the many furmtUebargama being olferod A wold to II e intelligent should lT5ufficeKt 3fJ s Grce abig furpiture dutyMakeLook for thdbig sign reading Jss Greeners ManufacturSra Ont lli Savef 27420 East Market Street Locisville Kenfrcky DONT nrAT ASTIlIS QALU POSITIVELY ENDS SATUR- n Y NIOHT THE LAST DAY OF THE SALE MARCH 20TJL AT 1100 iPM AcfQujckwtB fore Too Late r J5As These Prices OnBy Bfold Good 4 More Days Sale Ends lofcrday Hlelit iareh 2011 Carefufly to V = r r = cr to l J A Curious Str ctureIOil the road from Clifton downs fio Avoumouth the traveler will pass in the Avon gorge a curious structure to Which n singular tradition Is attached relates the London Tatler The story Is thata person named Cook about a century ago was told toy a gypsy In the Leigh woods that his only son would be killed by a serpent before he reached the age of twentyone To avert this he built a high tower and shut his son In the ttopmost room with thp lu1 teptlon ofsecluding him there until the fatal age wits passed Hpwevcr by jac client a viper was taken up f fagot to the room to light the fire nd It crept from tbe fagot and bit the buy so that healed Therefore the tower was called Cooks Follyand that Is fw name to this day whatever Is the true explanation AnIgnobla Use Irving In Crayon Pa pets says was yuce nt nn evening given by thp Duke of Wellington atApslcy House to VII Hatn IVfbc duke lind manlfl stcd lil Kreat tulvertry Napoleon by halving of klan In different parts of the house At the bottom of the grand staircase stood the colossal statue of the emperor by Canova It was of marble In the antique style with one arm partly ep tended holding a figure otr ttory Over this arm the ladles In tripping upstairs to the ball Iad thrpwn their shawjs It was a singular office for the statue of NhpoIc6n to perform Jni the mansion of the Duke of Welling ton Imperial Caesar dead and turned to clay The Elder Thit Swore An elder of the kirk having found a little boy and his sister playingt marbles on Sunday pnt his reproof In this t go who play marbles on Sabbath day the bot They gang doun by to water belaw the brig 4No roared out the elder they go to hell and are burned Th tittle fcllow really shocked qnllrd to his slsten Como awn tratDe for weak ache of re and Sideboard cut AehM Vie Jjf15OO For Outlet Sale Oft The Floor Or By rove tqt th Outlet Sale The Floor Or By Vail JCVWE PAY iFREIOHT TO YOUR t TOWN f h tt thstrM aatA1 TFo1 Ths Man Sole Th2 Floor Or By Mall 4 tWE lAY FREIGHT TO SOUR TPYN Off The Floor Or By 157V tTVS TO TOUW TOWMfc It Jam i furniture IoQ425 420 East Market Street Louisville I Ky rto Washington entertainment hlsVdnilratiun portraits etcS cPlldLIlBoy 1AYSald 1v1tuUyuRmlnlscnrcs 4Value l2uQGreene = S 11lasses Piffed fee Jt LUDAr M RusseM f iJ IG 0 o t JEWELER AND O TIQJAJi w oqooo9ooGoooo 0C oo1o 9 The and OuickfestrWay tcr i3 rv 1h1 AJt jij ti Tansfer l Moi i kt i f4S5 5Is BY it r f ho t 8 c i i J 8 LOng Distance r Telephone ig4 Srz t 1tljFO Ratesapplyto LocalMzIa4e fii J jfJ c2I1o CamberlandTelephone n ltfipiJINCORPO1tATED T r I f V t h i cJ r 0 OOOOO X OCtoHfr ton Witts Kidney and Bladder PllU ate unequalad kWntys back Iriflammitloo the bh land all urinary dfordersi They antiseptic ect romptly We sell and recommend them Red Cross rug Store 91 W4 Elegant like This ManufaCturers Melt Off E1egaStBnffet factireOOff Sola Mail PAY FREIGHT afest J dde1j Jlhdlgestloir zirr4a ts1Itiof the stouckwe tok t ir 3Jirthllitliy ttoiback aad ii w tl1gMylTf- ood ii1a ustaralway Pletake Sold ytbi Red Cross drej- r J Tr T I DL GT I4DNT DENTITFt 1TIixruAcED 1rrI1lak PtIN jINGP11LAD IY AU 1Afit work lcily j i J H1It ircMU1I- Ut4 iiruit j W9 1topm ott aaydozDrugtorc r f Dt1t OIieIl ise fCi rIu N 1 Kc M iicc Na 38 4rSFGR1GSBY AoEYAT r LAW jJ i 1IPiuK8lI KY J bjUYATTb O OY r Red Cross lrue i4c4 1101i1rlHytt If30 Jklftf t to 5 pm i t bwroilIIN Ya MAYS s UtF1Ai iiCTOR f illEISEDI t EMBALMER il TELPI4OME OAY1 L NIS44T 74IJ fflfflBEIBlff KY t l If yom wtntt the est FLOUR t vv ask your grocer for PrkIe ef Washington ir OR i ChoicerManufactured bj ezJarboeCoIt HSFWi pay Wgbest market p pnc for gr inaLAMPS WONEY AND IACKACHE WEWCWE a r ife dJ3tivo organs RNI Mttr tnvbtes IM use aDdjj isaiS Healthtt FfrTfta KidneysII Omtelp iio akaiol and Is guaranteed W ti Yars Mood and Thugs law v W4ML1MECO co SLtesMo for Sale in Sprigfieid by Haydon Sc Robertson 0 1GEREVOLV q KALBIuIJl1AsCrn9 I n v iLLemffeM fmMtar sM Wh cipsr MtUar 1riM tor U r taU ot focdar tar KIMM Me I j Jd b G D Roberuci u i IILwLsy8 JP TaIssIMSwa cY Reet A wc wMe Jelsi WIW J RJiieer WIsfcwssIrI pNjtlpeIus LSkINsMtlLjtfiwiMtSt LMHtVIUEKY 7 l W TE CrEi YannKuge JNE IMIEEEIiiJJ WORM REMEDYr U amwsrsrri1mcWMt H TNnOtfL ruuet v B llnrd Snow Liniment Co RT IOUI MO R DCRQSStDRI G SiORE FtrTOWNLoch iHWWW irUH Hmii Happenings or Interest i Frtthest and Latest II AllAb utYoursel r FrltiitU 1 ami Acquaintance l1 ee JtJltr Ie Ml Lmpi at Curry dj TabIe reatLCountry Sorghum at Cur rys Seed corn for saleby W H Leaq19anSpringfield i ff All the npwstyles in milliLery are now ready for your inspeo tionUt Williams FOR BALEA good strain ofI I utndian thoiSIMMSlMr and Mrs Garland Cun ningham are the proud parents ofsecond aaughter which arrived Saturday Miss Willie KTnotfc will have as er assistants in the millinery this season j Mrs Bessie Reidel Effie Foster and Nannie Simms t A nAvlin of tailored shirt aitsi dnd lingerie waists just edC m in and let us show them to you Williams LOST A tucking comb dark tortoise shell with gold holly leaves set witn small coral berries Finder please leave at this office and get reward rMy new Spring Millnery iis fl itawlatest styles in ready to wears tailored ard untrimmed hats fvFOR SALSix thorough bred Duroc Jersey hogs Both sexes MasLE SHELBY RiFDNoljSpringfield Ky j Wilinga in the newest weaves and colors at very reasonable prices AlaoGrimmings flowers thJumesstylish hat wIthat Miss Knots t ttBakerthhalfl jack Stonewall better known as he Shelby JackCand be will m ike the season at the RedI Ib Bird Stock farm below townlui Mrs Kate Williams the milli nerwiUbe assisted in herI trimming department this season bE ClepEllen n Nellie Green and Hattie Webb Haying made arrangements to J move to Glasgow Ky I desire to sell my household and kitchen furniture herseandbuggy AIEQI house and let on Main Street Will leave March 29 SJ SM CK1 Hyomei brings the healingj htsto your borne Breath Hyomeii ancikilltbe Catarrh germs Complete utflt CO The RetdI hCrossPmoney oack plan Mr A 0 Kimball hasmovecl i his buggy auJ wagon shop to the old C4sey stand at the lower end of Main Street where he- will be pleased to see all those repalrmgHa first class carriage painter and stimatcs will be give onpainiIt iing jobs h Mionais the greatest of all stomach tonics Take it two weeks and you will feel better healthier happier You skin will be clearer your eyes bright rer The Red Cross Drug Store gurranttes it to cure indigestion 50 cents Teddy tie sixyear old son of Mr and Mrs Thomas J Miller died at their home near Willi s bur Tuesday The child bad recently recovered from an at tack of scarlet fever and con iracted a cold which resulted its deuth The funeral occurred Willisburg Wednesday morn iug V Notice v We are pleased to annjun ce- tliatMrA 0 Kimball is going tcopetta carriage wagon and sign paint sboj ati the old Casey stand He has secured the ser viois ofMrSbanks of Louis ville who comes highly reed m mended Any work left with brn will be promptly done at reasonable prices 11tqics 11 1 tl MMMHI jfieoi j Fejadersonvillo Norfch Carolina LeoS mnis son of rand Mrs Bon F Simms Of this cQunty sEveraltontbsfor Born July 23 1888 Funeral services at St Dominics church Springfield Monday March 16 Interment St Dominiu ct metery Leo Simms is dead and one of the nany who loved him would do his memory ihe humble trib of these few words Not at they can effect him Not ing that we may say of him cnnt re aeh him now as 1he lies out there beneath the heaps ofIIa flowers that loving hands and loving hearts placed about him Nor yet that grief way find surcease in speaking itself in words Silence suits it best but rather to recall and to remember the truly noble in his life We do not attempt to fathom the mystery of his death wnv iewas ltaken ere his work ws yet begun Man knowsuot the purpose or the pansof life We sometime think it service yet those we thirjkmost fit for service are taken with their work only t begun Infancyis more exempt than age v We knuw it is hot pleasure for every sigh Iev ery groaL every wail that misery wrings from stricken hearts attests that bappinoss jis not lifes goal Weonly know sayGodsIt does not seem so much a trade y when death claims tue old when the mind is tired when the strength is gone when the eye is dim and the race is run tire1 grave brings rest and forgetfql j ness But to the young when th poeiti pegancftp way lies air ahead what does the grave bring to- eSe 3nly those who Have en thteredt and their lips are sealed nlytt tli froirtheyins Leo has sked of us in life and we could not answer He k fnowsiOO anhadad his solemn hour when staud degcl ssmae who would recite no hooresolemn mien and chastened na peindden Of his plassmates two were here and twp were there aHlsh tbea ceudIone of those we lest Whose time next Who of uswillbe the nxtto go His life was still of prppara ti vionstill before him And how eag erly he looked ahead to the part e was toperform Not one of us t who knew him doubtea that when his time came he would jjustify all jur high hopef of im and when death came it round im with his books at his post of duty We lose ourselves in fap yiug what he would have idone We feel his felloyman needed his head and hUbearl his voice and his hand Bpi the honors in store for him were nottobi bestowed with human hands The essential thing i i iyhisi life was well1 complete His character was flied and this be leavesl to us No duty was ever shirked no trust was ever be traytd and whether in the schoolruom or on4 the play ground be worked aqdplayed with all his might but Worked as he played1fair and clean No young man of this coramuni ty ever won more friends and kept them And ftr none were higher hopes entertained And Chough c athb iings its cross itaUo brings its crown its cross for NOse who llive its crown for those who die Our oung friend won and kept human love and he who earns human love cant fail tofiodm winning that that he has also won divine love Thwords bo Quoted on a like occasion seem deathpropheticWhen ye c1e where I have stepped weptYelYe taught isnaughtIBeBravely onward to your home4 Fogys Honey and Tarcures couI quickly strengthens the lungs and expels colds Get the genuine in a elbow package Sold by the Haydon and Kobertsom t WOO irlnWI from Teeth ex tracted without PAIiT or DANGER No charges are wantedLL 1 I IDoneI iin every respect and just as advertised f i WYSTALLARDDDSIS i Springfield Ity iIUlWJlI l 9 S Dick Mullican Dead R H11ullican who wos known to nearly every nun woman aud child ip Washington county died thehlat me of his parents Mr and Mrs W HM ullican beloW town lingetingjeases He had been in lailin r health for about ai year but his serious ilkiess dates back about to months ago when he sufferedr stroke of paralysis from which he never fully recovered Dick Mullican as he was familiarjr known was popular with every body and his acquaintance was wide He had always taken a great interest iin politics arid jv asa valuable party worker He was for years Secretary of the Democratic county corn mittee and was always found at work for his party interests He t R II MJ LLfCAN S se ac ty tiintednitentiary at Frankfort which place he served with credit until his healtn began to Yail It was often said of Dick Mufligin that ere never was a truer friend to his friends thap hOtHls1 wasof tlliltIQvalkJnrl tDatcouldHe was horn and reir d at Springfieldj and was a member a large faaitiyA Hisftither d mother ate parants of six sonsanrf pve dan hers and this ath is the first one to occur in the f milyllpre son son however who has irot been heard ofjfor 18 yearK he havng disap ard during the year of tho UhcaKo Worlds Fair The funeral services were held St RoseE on Monday morning interment being inJSt Rose metery i EECNAL Mr Joe Wjcoff wasin Louis lle yesterday Mr Alex ten gomryof Meade county 4S visfiog rela tivs here Mr Wallace Brown of he Jardstojvn Sundardivag iin town yesterday and paid the News Leader office a visit John Shuck AIoElroy Jr came down from Dan ille Mon daYto attend the funeraliiot Leo Simms Will Medley wab here from Owensbbro the first oL the week Mr Robert Graham of Louis ule spent the first of the week with hs mother Mrs EUzabeth G rahamdMrs Ardis R oVII who was called to Enid Ollaq by the death of liersisldr Mrs Suephen Brown returned home Saturday Ben F Smms Harry Shultz and Parker Mealuy who are htudpnts at St May carne home to attetd the funeral of M r LeOtininsi LieTpretuyned- ot hcho II Tuesday yMr cm of Louis villo spent Suiiday with his brother Mr EL Davison Misses Maie Lou and Emma Adams of Harrqdsburjr aie visiting relatives near to vn Mrs Bell of Spriogfield Tenn is visning hsr daughter Mrs W f Hagan baSjreturnedafter a visit to friends here Miss May Bodine went home Tuesdayafter a two seeks visit to Mrs EB Buster Mrs O Rjpyle mon went to Louisville Tueaday to spend a fevdays Miss Susie Pope is visiting her siser Mrs James But deli of Campbells ville sp U n I13 i f STrOPcII jREADL IT WILL PAY j r Why not PROFI11Ir m experience from others Save beentriSitodaysoMmarketforguarantee that they are all alright We refer to the well known brands The Swan Hat none better j i madeTheIff menTheT ChildrenTheMens Boys MissesLadies and Children ctoIi 1 r men vTheif y m ers Bettman Co 1 well known Shirt Cluett Peabody Co r rlibe 1 to 100 Arrow brand Collars all styles and sizes l The R G Corset they fit na experimenting i The Arrow ShirE Wait Perfect fitting lifThet Black Cat Hosiery made towear lrTry our 15 for boys our No 10 fqr girls One pair will wear as long as 6 pairs of ordinary Hosiery i Dont for get Topsy they are alright too i1Pullmans Linen Handkerchiefs for Ladies the bestii Iion the market look for the BIrdon t every handkerchief is The colorsAj Standard the world over II colorsI1L II1 i experience I 1i Iii i I u ti i GRIIDY si MciNTiRE Miss Louise McElroy has re turned home alter a years stay in tlllca u Iii aud Boston Mass Miss Flora Mudd has returned frojm u visit to her brother rEd Mud- dMrsHB McElroy and Mrs HP McChord were in Leban on Friday Mr Latgsdon of Louisville was a guest at the Royalty home SSaturday and Scnday MissVMirinie Donelly is visiting i MissOiheMortpirof Louis ville 1 Miss Miners ti Raybburne of Maekyille is spending the weef with Mrs B D Lutte Misses Marvin vand Maggie iMaejvvycpff hifid Miss Annie Ray bourne were in town Mon day Mrs W E Leach am went to Louisvilie Tuesday iort a two week s visit to hers v Mrs VesoU V Mrs Frank Wall Mrs Katie Cocfn of Nasliviije and Miss Bell Wall of Loulsbille were calledheie to attend the funeral of their mapheWvMr Leo Simms Mrsh Jdhn Mackin and Miss Mary M ckin of Towns were guosts of friends here Monday Mrs f J McCuberisjn Louis vJHe thIs week l Mss L B Leachnian i1IMrs Dafid R Litsey have turte1frrna weeks vi itilh TIE CRY BABY OPERAHOUSE FricFay Night March 19 aJ rEIMrs Crawfo d Ryle Norman turn d with ber mother To spend 4alewRev W p Williamsls visiting his sistar atDdfivilie IiMr Hubert Jlaybropke of Hunisvilie Ala is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J R Claybrooke Mr S Mathingly of 1rWlIeMtf R H Edehn Tr MJand I Mrs Will Sptlding of Bards town Gol J B Wathen and wife of Lebanon attended thf funeral of Mr Leo Sims Mon days i t Mrs Annie Lnbam of Louis yule arid Mrs George Long of Owensboro were called fiere by the death of Mr Richard Mul lican Mr GDI Duncan and little niece Ainu Kimballj arq llilJin cinnatt visiting Mrs A L Jen tins and Mr Duncan is iDth city buying goods for thfirm of Cunningham Duncan Co S 11 yed horn the fJmoHv- ie r Kimbie some two months or more Jri bunch of 14 or 1C head of sheep Anyone giving ere iable information as ib their paidJOlIN STILT WALKING In Same Parts of Franco It Is an Ab solute Necessity In some parts of the world partic ularly In the low districts of France stilt walking Is a necessity In Gas cony there are greaf level plains cov ered with stunted bushes of dry heath These wastelands lye a soil that Is so permeable so soft and yield9 Ing that the slightest taU of rain makes them practically Impassable by ordinary methods of pedcstrianlsm But these wastes must be traversed at nil seasons by the poor people of Gascony and necessity has jiccordlng ly made the Gascons a stlft walking people find men women and children may IJc seen at all seasons of the year stuck upon high stilts trudging through the waste lands carrying bas tots bundles and the like Tlitf stilts used are about live feet long and oft n longer Tho shepTierdsf of Landest oil go on stilts The shepherd Is provided with a stout staff that answers lot U1ny purposes At the proper place In the staff fsn flap which makes a com fortable seat when turned down On this the shepherd quietly sits and watches his flock and while he sits up there he knits or spins with a dis taff thrust In Bls trdle The Landes stilt walkercan do mar velous things with these five fbt leg extensions Hecan run with a speed that will tax a horr pick up tt pebble or pluck a flower nstbc cowboy reaches to the earth from his pony and ht can drop 4o the ground level and regain tbeperpeudlcular as quickly ns a boy can turn a handspring Chicago 1W8 ttt Irhe best knaurn jfiUsiiJd the best pills made ate De Witts X4ttle Early Risers They are smatll eapy tq take gentle and certain and ar Bold by the Red Cross Prur Storj r1 JETSI 1 LEARNS I If i f S the SPECIAL BARGAINS i ie are offering for a Jew days i by reading the list below x ttI J I 19c For 36inch Woolen Dress GoQds assorted patterns Regular value SOc Bargain Price lc 75c adOlofor SI 50 aud 125 Ja i 7lic 69cF- or c IM 48 in1anc Y ri Sits 1 ble for Ladies Cows or tBoys Olothiiig reg valae r125 Salt pnce 77 C9 foftt Extra good IndiaLiBtBL iz fr TOctbejd 1 7 1 Yardtwide pure lrnn shrunk for waiste t suiii3cthei jd This i F a tIJIJBargain Dont mix I It fSpeciaFSaleDf ladies Muslinr I IiII2S s I NEW SPRING GOODS I i t ft ARRIVING DAILT 1 l ri f See our Extensiv line of Room Size a Rugs Matting and Wall h PaperI2 Robertson Claytawb Co a INCORPORATED ILI ii S 4- Lr i Buy Good Collfectiollp iifOo tThat iil the only kindtobfo J in pur plaice for we prick TOW fiselveonthe freshnesixloJquality of our f Fruits Candies and Cakes 71r f Fiesli Broad Bated Daily f i IIJtJtlJ1 t At our o ia fountain w ax pr t1t pared at all times 01tO atryc ieItIdrinks CoaC1a t Sl late etc r 1 t r 0WeserveMealsinthe Ir 4 a W goodold home style t 4 J i i1 tOysters always fresh c a r cj 7 fir tcj Hertleins Confectionery JKATIEI HERTLEIN MO Prps c4Ja PUMPS ur to 1 P II I t 1 I11JIiPS tf P iU i I hO f If you want ago Q mPfor your t + I mpney be sureto call 6- nflatchettl I i i I r Alld kqu IIMt 2J They now have a new line and can sll J1 fy them cheap MLhey also carry aflnsV In 3gJ g IIme bf 2 HARDWARE r 1l 1 i 5 such as mail boxes cross cut anclhiihd t v I saws any brand made famars tools Ittl of all kinds Alsooneof the b tJipof STOVES aver in the town of Spring J ii field Be sure to call and ge pripw J J We guarantee our iY jnndPkirnbingWorK T I serviceIt d E r AlL 1 7 SAID TO BE FINE oi ULLI 1II Tfe t vt1t sce InJi t lt pv bSPSkDOW tbt ortts rd Aii + r I t r with C7r Jfir vfry sy drugs r riicIio4s Ttue tJ 11pi1rtn1 K w slmpta that II F e nplep 3 it at home fctMifcti J exfe it a uiadeopw frilo j Gsi from amy prewrip eo1MiIaaet Field Extract Dbdia oeihtif ounce Corn t4 PTPJ rlOftooDC cOm F ni Syrup 8ftrsparilla thrte t1 jjj Mix by shaking in a W ois1sin4 ike ia teaspoonful Differ ssth aI aid lit- t BM ear all sijaple 1 hM iiii jEMkiB an absolute t 1yiss home remedY stilt ltl t t ItlitamaiMUQ aa every 003 iniM ifc a slofdwanged f fcktfiijr It M a condition pro d oW bj the iailttreof the kid iMryc fo Perly Utar or strain from tha blood tb uric acid audI 14 otw jaattor which if pot MMhMtUl lijfchfr iBth grin or tkrwigh tiM akifc pbrw Remains M JA5 Uoodi t1lOOmp08H and frs abojit UMjolnaandmUI cieiii oattMjtf UM HmtoldYsuffef- i iig and deformity of rheume UK 4 cThk prMcriptiofc is laId to be a tyttudM lit1rcleanfiDC sd iDTi oratipf tonic to the I kidiMys aJfcd gives almost imme t relief tn all forms of blad dr aad rinary troubleg and i ckh1c i i t l VrkoyMrpra te eT0f tbl remarkable crab ii thSWOCWJ4Y ft the expense of tM aateala They are crustacean 0traat Jfi have BO ske IB sustaln cesJiltence at other animals cost J OM fit these wine tratiaps la a little feU w that makeB lt Wme with the tJiV1oJI oj ter la fact ftdW cUB In yatats shell and feeds on thejj f J Vlcft over tram tile pollusks 6dUjr fwaifh kowever It Is only the teJe tilt this habit of iBCifttL5 JFfce male crab Ms boardI Sat home but spends Its timeS cwtsMsUBc akwt at the surface of the water Oyster pfabs sometimes are MtfeBOch to have an arm stretch ofI am tech Epicures consider m very I toe4 to eat Sometimes they are cook Ml separately and occasionally they arpkkleL Crabs of nearlyallied spe 4 ces somewhat bIgger are found tk shells of maseels and tjcallopa Ini tWsc the fee atata only female paMte al SWttwh cautikrL fr CertaiHiljr the camtloms Scot spirit- jperralei die opinions of the Scottish t architect who was1 called upon to erect a ImlMlBg in England upon the long lease system so common with Angll ca proprietors but quite new to our- i friend When he found the proposall was to build upoa the tenure of 009 v years he quietly suggested eould ye KO mak It a thousand Nine hundred agd ninetynine years be slippln awaV Bat of all the cautious and careful C answer we ever heard bf was one glvpn by a earjrenter to an old lady I ilasgoW for whom he was working aa4tiae unecdot is well nuthentjcat eiy 11nal offfred him a dram and sliced him whether he would have it then pr walt till his work was done v 1Me mem lie said theres been sic a power o sudden deaths lately thIiIjustI tfkJt n w7uReminl cences of Pennj Eamsay r i j Clown DealIn Dwnaml L There arc dogs Bnd dogs hat not all- dogs are fitted for clown work In the circusi or a dog and pony show Clown dogs are a source of great amusement With the children and when a pup Is f und which has a kern sense of the ridiculous be Is the one for the sawa Tust ringv Sometimes pups of no par tkHlir breejl are found which fill the bill for hirjequte roles and the circus in is glaiftd get them When a hu Mprow dog is small and aNIle he is I- ngraLmaud Chicago News V Practical IPrfl Yes my sou I want you to make yturself ambidextrous I want you to be able to use one hand just as skill fully as you do the0theri Thftts me dad I can lick any boy JK my class with xslther haudNew SorJc World t fI How To Flesh1LalMimdadaubytaJ o Sctlrsk11HlJionIt rJ1 to fte geiHit itoften hippenc i 1lJlSomehow j the ounce produces dseundftseemttostart ithe iBgetHve m chiocry going f1 sotbItthefLj 15 We to digest and abcorb Me ioIlYfh4chhe odd o not do before and fiat k the 1 4 vietot im is made ilL tA certafa f ieck ikI 1 1tkI ijMlx e gs1 = ys cjtIt5 ft rJfi Sft SCOTTSItc LSIPf l if 3 T POWER OF ONE VOTE A fIMt HeIOften JheWM M ant Ia tIM Cotttitteiital eeagreM a 1775 lpU HarrteM dfsated Jeta Hx eock tOTt for the fttMJmg nNk Bat te Virginia iMtotcd MI a e sr teUot HBd by his own vote cfeMp tile WMM etOH i k tNew Jersey tept alaTerjo nduiltted totJ TjfeJon tJMaJKt tlw dB te civil akstanu to tke sWth Atfaatfc tatcc July 35 1788 sue rote ratilted Ute ceiUtutlom after the fano a debate bctw ex liuikon and Henry at Rich moud The next day tbetHNte be twoan Hamilton aad Cllatok ended a la NVw York following salt In 1790 liu l island came in with an equally 5KJ11 margin Alexander Hamilton swung o eTote fo Thomas Jefferson in the electoral college of 1800 thus breaking a dead lock after thirtysix ballots and de feating Aaron Burr This really be gun the feud which cost Hamilton his life on the Palisades at Weehawken In 1808 Jesse Thomas by Jils own rote went to congress from the In llana district He succeeded in mov ing the northern boundary of Illinois fifty nar c nosththus giving it a lake jttttet Had Illinois been united com mercially with the south and her la reresis tinged with sonth rn ideal the election of Lincoln could n ver have takes place and the whole history of the country would have been different ifay 26 1868 the senate of the Unit ed States declared against the Im peachment bf Andrew Johnson by one vote 35 to 19 when twothirds were necessary to decide Chicago Journal A MISNAMED EXHIBIT t Irlss Jyt ths Museum Visitors and W rr5wt thy Curator A curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Is threatened with insan- Ity the cause being a small mlsnamod exhibit in the gallery outside his office doorTwenty times a nay declared the harassed man people coverthatt- hat chl statuette out in the Frank UB collection is named General Wash tegton instead of Benjamin Franklin Then they bqrst in here and announce their discovery and wonder that no one ever noticed It before Half my time is spent In explaining that we knowlt well that It was simply a mis take of the potter who labeled it In France overa century ago and that we cannot change It nor wouldnt if we could Of course I tell them this court teously and patiently and you know what a strain that is when you are going over the same thing for the thousandth time Id latch the door only there are too many employees eklngmeal1 day long so here 1 must sit and listen to the names of Cfeorge Washington and Benjamin Franklin repeated a million times till I wish thl1t neither of those glorious patriots had ever lived And Its driv lug me Insane 1 ten you its driving me Insane rut then the door opened and a lady popped in with Theres a statue out here named General Washington but Im sure And the weary curator being a sopth erner rose smilingly to his tnskJ New York TimesSHlihTimeSt IA Twuz sot tri ulated old Brother Stoo key Last Sabbaf down dtr at det shed mectin was sholy a high and mighty day in Zion De shed was packed twell it boolged and de evan gelist rotched up and pulled lowude gospel wid sich ferocity dat yo could yeah him mighty nigh Chaffer mile Old Satan wuz beat and mauled wld de word fum on high twell he turned pale around de mont and tucked his tall and zoo De lid 0 tawIoent was snatched off and de sinner and de prognostic wuz took by de scurf of delr Unprecedented necks and shook and rattled back and fqth In de sizzle and fumes dat come uhhowlln up fnm de pit and amid de loud hallitlooyers of heaven and de grizzly groins of hell souls were bawn Jjato de globlpus kingdom ob de Lohd like shootin Jih In a bart JAnd nh whilst twuz all gwlne on I bad time to sly a jug p purl fair gin turn puf n a vlsltln brudders wagon ont back o de shed and swap hosses wld anudder genleman down de hill side and git so much de best o do bargain dat dat pusson dess de same as aint got no boss atall sincei dat ar transactionS Yussah Twuz sholy a great day Tom P Morgan In Puck jHis Only FeIJKind Lady You should be careful how iou tramp around in the sleet my poor man This paper states that there are five varieties of grip Sandy Pikes Dat may be lady but den Is Only one kind dat I am skeered ofSKind LadyAnd what is that Sandy Pikes De bulldogs grip mumSt Loujs PostDispatch Sorry He Spoke Sergeant to recruit Youre the stu Oldest fellow Ive ever came across Have you nnyljrothers RecruitYes one brother Sergeant Is he as stupid as you Jlecrult Worse Serge utrI should hardly think it possible What does the donkey do for a living Recralt Hes a sergeant His Wintl lunrftr CbawUe Is getting deuced MthsIghfccL Hem de m awfl aslMim d of Jilin thev9thab dJdHepattheIia kill el dot kflUClevet- anL Plain DfI IIStornathDistressAnd festion Yankhcr Five Mmutw Later Every family here ought to keep some Diapepsin in the house as any one of you may orIThis harmless preparation will digest anything youeat and overcome a sour stomach five minutes afterwards If your meals doulfr tempt you or what little vou do pat seems to fin you orllays like a Jump or lead in you stomach or if you have heartburn j that is a sign of Indigestion Askyou Pharmacist for a 50 cent case of Papas diapepsin and take one triangular after super tonight There will be nour sour risirgs no belching of undigested food mixed wth jacidj no stomach gaa orv heart burn fullness or heapy feeling in the stomach Nausea Debili tating Headaches Dizziness or Intestinal griping This will all go and besides there vil be no sour food left over inkthe stomach to1 poison your breath wIth nauseous odors PapesD lap psln is a certain cure for alPstomacJi misery because ifc will take hold of your food and digest it jjust the sine as if your stomach wasnt there aUiyourPharmacist waiting for youiThese large 50 cent cases contain more than eufficient 10 cure a case of Dyspepsia orMndiges tion LONG FELT WANT A Plea For a Graduated Standard pf MIcondmctIWhat Is really wanted at the present time Is a stuudard of misconduct We are constantly doing things in doubt as if we hadnt a right to do them The contusion caused by people do Ing things which in their circumstances we had no right to expect Is the prin cipal cause of our troubles It ought to be definitely settled for example that any millionaire who has say over a hundred nallllons will there after lead an bonest life If he has only fifty millions his life should be semihonest and if he has only a paltry ten millions then It ought to be con ceded th t he can loot a few railroads or so until he gets on his feet Tip to say ten thousand a year no man can afford to be dishonest He ought to get up in the cars and give his seat to women under thirtyfive at least and of course he will not take the chance of robbing any safe From tent thousand up to a hundred thou dlsbonestIWhen he gets fifty millions or more together however every man ought to ask himself plainly the question whether from bow on he ought not to bea philanthropist Doesnt he owe this to his fellow men Life Where the Trouble Was Some mlsbul sinner took an ruimed off wid de collection hat las meetin day said Brother Dickey an I well knows dat ef dar wus no sich place ez hel de good Lawdl would make one for dat sinner Was thee inuchmouey in the hat uNo sub day warutts- much ez o brass button In it Then why are you so mad about It Hit wuz my bntle said Atlanta Constitution Whirt to Hesitate He who heslfitesi i lost quote the wise guy fOh I dont know said the slmpfi mug At an auction wilq he who heV Rates may liave his money Phlladp phla Record The Change So he has ceased to be her Ideal He has Whnt disgraceful thing did he do Mnrrled another girl LouisvUle CourierJournal Headache For Years lilt ke pDr Miles AntiPain Pills on hand all the time and takingjourney a tel how short a distance I am going I have a sisten that has had terrible headaches for years and Icoaxed her to try them and they helped her so much she now keeps them by her all the time From my own exper ience I cannot praise them enough MRS LOU M CHURCHILL 63 High St Penacook N H Many persons have headache afterany little excitement or exertion They cannot attend church lectures entertainments or ride on trains without suffer ing Those who suffer in this way should try Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills They give almost instant relief without leaving any disagreeable aftereffects as they do not derange the stomach or bowels just a pleasurable sense of relief follows their use Get a package from your drug gist Take it according to direc tions and if it does not benefit he will return your money 5r5 FOR THE HOUSEWIFE Haw to Select Meats To the housekeeper the question how to select meat when she is purchasing for table use is a puzzling one Good slant should be neither of a pale rosy nor pink color nor of a deep purple The first denotes the diseased condi tion the last proves the animal died a natural death Good meat has more of a marble look In consequence of the branching of the veins which surround the adipose ellsThe fat especially bt the inner organs is always firm and suety and never moist wlille In gen eral the tat from diseased cattle JSI flabby and watery and more often fe sembles Jelly or boiled parchment Wholesome neat will always show it self firm and elastic to the touch and exhibit no dampness while bad meat Will appear soft and moist JAtihstt the liquid substance runs out of the blood wh n pressed hard Trees For Table Decoration Fijil a pretty glass dish an old faith Ion d rather deep cut glass oue looks nlc with moss Arrange the moss carefully so that It shows prettily through the sides Then just a few inched below the surface place a few acorns or beechnuts Cover then with a lldyr of m0ss Keep the moss nice and moist and a short time you will be pleased to fltdthe acorns sprouting tind a minis ture forest of dainty little trees will in time peep through When they are fairly strong and large repjarft them one each in a pot lit some good mold They will supply both interest and greenery And look so pretty Stiffening Washing Silk First wash the silk very carefully In warm water squeezing It out of thf water when quite clean turing thl operation have ready a quart of boll tag water Into which has been added two tablespoonfuls of ripe which should boil for ten minutes Now strain the mixture 4ntoa clean bowl adding cold water to taste Place silk Jntoj this starch afterward hanging it in the sun to dry Stand For Cooling Pies Where light articles are wanted for use in the kitchen wirework is be c6mlng more anti more popular The wire Is being woven into a variety of shapes for egg beating potato mash ing toasters and broilers Examples of the usefulness of this light material are shown on this page p BACK JOLDa FOUlt TIES One a recc v Jo for pies that are to be left to cool has spaces for four of these uecossltles of the American ta- bJeA quartet of pies placed on tills wire stand will scarcely make thulr preseuce known Plea wll cool much quicker when placed in this way than if stood on the table or the shelf To Wash Knitted Shawls Make a lather of warm waiter and soap and add a teaspoonful of urn monia to every gallon of water PUI the soiled shawl into this and let It soak for UIJbUt half an hour Ireijs It up anhdown In the water and squeeze until It looks clean ItemOvc It frbm the lather and rinse it clean water of tne same temperature A Cleanly Precaution The housekeeper who every throe months washes nil the woodwork lu her house with ammonia water and fills all the corners of shelves bureau drawers along the edges of the baSe- board and every crevlce that can be found in the house with powdered borax will find that she Is not troubled with insects of jmy kindIChicken Baked With Pork Cut up two spring chickens as for frying Roll each piece In flour Salt and pepper Put In niP Iron pot three slices of salt pork cut In small pieces Put layer of salt pork and chicken al ternately and one small onion on top chopped fine Put In pint and a halt of water cover and bqke two and halt hours Washcloih HinV Washcloths of mosquito uetti sound Impracticable but for genuliit satisfaction In the using they are hard to excel They are made yf live or six thicknesses turned in and stitched with a long machine stitch two iuche from the edges then diagonally froiu corner tb corner IITO Clean Real Lace Place the lace between layers of white tissue aperwell sprinkled with calc ned magnesia and put betwvou tho Jeaves ot a book under a 1hcav Weight for tliree days Shake off tilt powder and the lace wlll be fount quite clean To Keep the Feet Warm Take a pjeca of cotton wool wrap- vlt round the tinkle and then pUll on tlw stocking TijJs simple method pn vents the cold that enters at the to bf the boot from reaching the blood ressels of the ankle Pullets the Best Layers At the Utah experiment station ex periments were carried on to deter mine the egg production of liens nt different ages A record of thirteen Brown Leghorns showed a tailing ofl of 401 eggs duiliig what we call thf yearliiiK year that is they said 40 less or thlrt five eggs each less thai during the pullet year Four Whitf Leghorns laid 353 less as yearlings f Three White Plymouth Rock laid 1SU iggs less the second year Five Barred Plymouth Rocks laid 219 less the BM nd year Sixteen White Wyandottes Inid 942 less the second year than tbi flrst iTheIarth Workshop One of the best lilies of equipment which any farm can have is a good workshop well supplied with tools and machinery for needed repairs Break nge and loss of bolts and nuts pre of constant occurrence ahd there Js frequently much toss of time from not having the needed things nt hand with which to make repairs Such nshup maf well Include a forge and a few blacksmiths tools for doing the aim titer kinds of ironwork i Itct Builds Force121 Timerliknd permanently iI iTjWhat tislck c styButonei becatbe different different parts the One medicine tanother spine Wipe of Cardui manly orpins thst1j IW 1 Wine of Carduihas proven efficacious of womanly disease isfllsstlwithoutI 1 uIewywb bpttlac 1TTCThjJim A idftt 4 r rL f mS U11 a9iabditshi 1 RzZ OF TilE CognERcz BRAFIONES INCLUDING IMPRYARE Tusiiz 81mf lESSONS IHBOOKKEEPIIIG BY GRADUATES SECURE POSITIONSd WRIT JloWADbR SS BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS UNIVERSITY BowL i HaSaii Rhenmatic Remedy iiWe want a letter rom every Iman and woman America t afflicted with Rheumatism Lumbago or giving us name and address so we cart send each one a Trial Treatment of our Rheumatic Remedy We to convince every rheumatic 1 qatthoually cures Rheifmatism You cannot Coax Rheumatism out through the feet oV skin with plasters or cunning metal contrivan i magnetismMustDrlyeit This is just what HaSan Rheumatic Retcedy does and that is why it cures Rheumatism fiheumatism Uric Acid and Uric j Acid and HaSan Remedy CAndt live together in the same blood TUE RHEUMATISM HAS To Go AND IT DOES Go Oar treatment cures the sharp shooting pains the dull achingmUscles the ott fhrnWiln swollen limbs and cramped stiffened useless joints AND CURES QUICKLY rEM A Full Two Trial Treatment We want you to try flaSan Rheumatic Remedy to learn for jrself that Rheumatism tan cured and we want profit on the trial A fair testis all we ask If you it is curing your Rheumatism or Neuralgia order more to complete a cure and thus jive us aprofit If does noi help you that ends We do not send a small sample containing tablets and of no practical value but a full two weekslitreattient You MUST SEND us 25c to pay postage and packing and fu11 two weeks treat ment will be sentjou free everything prepaid There will be nothing to pay on receipt pr later Dont wait until your heart valves are injured by Rheumatic Poison but send today and get two weeks treatment free Only one free treatment to a family and only to those who send the 2Sc for charges F r sale j by firstclass or HOME REMEDY co 338 Erie St Toledo 0 6iLameness inHorses Much of the chronic lameness in horses is due to neglect See that your horsejs not allowed to go lame Keep Sloans on hand and apply at the first signs of stiffness Its wonderfully goes right to the spot relieves the soren up he joints and makes the muscles elastic and pliant S1oans Linimentj will kill a spavin curb or splint wind puffs and swol len joints and is a sure and speedy for fistula founder and thrush Price soc and zoo Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass Sloans book on hones sheep and poultry sent free the Bijis A toucliinjr story is told of umber Ilk the tenor singer Passing Madrid one bright spring throughI visited the bird market anti every bird In it Ho ordered the cages to be carried into this plnzn and openccIj The sunny air was filled with a fiat terlng host and from InindtyKis of tiny throats burst songs of delight Tam bcrlllv booked after them with tears ot pleaseurc In his eyes crying Go and JQ free my brothers Pretending When I must playalono because theres only one ot me pretending theres another child Is lots of fun ydu see l call her Chloe Amabel theyre both such pretty names We play hide ami eeek and tag and many other Rumes Bon thn6S Irm having grown folks call and st all in a row While they tell pleasant things about how fast the children groW My grandmas real you know and so they never speak to Thoughonco she sot down on the chair that held the mInister It helps the most pretending when I wake up in tho night I sposoj Im rather frightened though Im bravo when theres a light So I pretend theros something In the dak thats warm and kind And I pat the shadows softly After that I do not mind Youths Companion The Thing How doyouh possum taste suh asked the solicitous waiter r Well responded the patrpn who had ordered the article tastespret ty good but it Isnt possurti No salt wjolncd the alternn dats n sign Its genuine De genuine possum Ign givat jiretcndcr Lull yaw snli Philftdelphla Ledger Doomed Britle Deurwsht Towsur han eaten the uppcr II cbokiMl for yon frltj my OVT hands Hubby JCovcr jniad sweetheart ill get you nn thqr dog Pltt burg Press The borrowor is servant to thealcrlel erfltble Ueekrng Relief Dfirky boarding a trnlnI heard Ibout youh wife dyln Jim AVhar yo gjiine now Ts off to join de Mormons lilt keeps one woman Jmstlfir too myftf tQ support a henry qatah Ink mrLife To speak or write Nature did not nprenintorllv order thee but tow rl he OIdCarlyleI Eczema is Curable ZE MO a scieitiflc preparation for external titus Stops itching Instantly and destroys the germs that cause diseases Eczema quickly yields an4 is cured by this remarkable medicine All Write for sam ole E W Co StLouls Mo Cl iit jic12 I medicines act Oti of bodY goes to to the to the w Bo q so most cases Try JtJ r I I I p e lIOO LInvrI TIC A i1 1 U J ULI U 4 = MAIL iPW l j in Neuralgia their wait Rheumatic r Weeks yb be no find j it few mailing this promptly a druggists Liniment penetrating slimberp reduce remedy sweeney cattle at her Real skin Druggists Med in THE ELBE RIVER anIwandered at Its now spreading out among a multitude Of Is lands now narrowing Into a short and crooked turn now widening over a shoal As a proper beginning for the correction of this sort of thing thV Prussians In jfrue German style pre pared map of the stream as If wasd decit jd IJya simple mathematical Cal culation how wide a channel 150 me tersdiep at middle water could be with the existing How anil then upon the 1111PhttJ ink eliminating all sharp turns crew in graceful curves and long straight rvnchcs regardless of the existing banks two nearly parallel lines indicating the banks ns ther were intended to he The engineers ixtsui ut the head of the stream aiul bult cut from tthe old shore to the location of the red line transverse dikes ground silIsurIn- ary contraction works Sometimes where they Kcvim1 to bf ucrdrd they built long parallel n C8etUctJou the now red liue Sometimes they wove hurdles and revetment ntattrcwsed of willow prusJi nuici ns we do at home ind sunk fretuvuii bars between the sips of the tiuuerse dikes and ther on the tub df them set up upright stleln nud wove wattle or baskei fences oft willnw tlirntish tlioin toraake iVn8 aail into thew pikilwtrn i dried td from the strtiiim to build up the nhoro Milo by mt th7 advanced ilreilylujj the 1Iyerm lottlirj it tTredgei air leaving nu ocds loose to ravel sut Xrafluilly reiluciug the rivdrto nil i1ali nril tit jTrti Tron uf A BAPTIST Wit Restored to Health by Yinol I was run down and weak from In digestion and general debility also sat fered from vertigo J saw a cod liver preparation culled Yinol advertised and declofhl to give it a trial and the re fAkIngstrength and am now feeling unusually well Henry Cunningham Elder Bap fist Church Kingston C VInol is npt a patent medicine but lpreparation composed of t medicinal elements of cods livers combined wUh a tonic irqn and wine Vlnol creates a hearty appetite tones tip tho organs of digestion aiid makes rich red blood In this natural manner VInol creates oyerIcate children and old people For chronic coughs colds and bronchitis VInol Is unexcelled All such persons In this vicinity arji asked to try Vlnol on our offer to refund thefr money If it falls to give sat lafacUonl RED CROSS DRUG STORE W IVwr 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