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jfirst tithe in bV f 1qoprsi 0cMSUte i his home RIco partio Mfcrfci n who has beeivsmg O witb ucces for several sea 9oisHOUM 3SFew York is to be the iiflg rfor the festival M Lbw fri nds from Hojkins Tiiit hts hooqie and other towns through the PennyiHe wilt be tb selia Bamhera to greet hinsMartins real name is Hughes Martla knt the necessities of I The stIge forced him to adopt iaQozeJ1ofUft Hopkmsyllle a good many Mrs ago atio went to New York whtre lie studied linder bitEdwardMcOow4qne of Americas greatest comp s irllen he went aoroad and Aftcj Disappointments and a braTfifl t against obstacles he wofi hM support of tjhe famous SbrijKliaIwho had brquht out DM DeEe ske brothers and of c4I1L5These two recognized hk ability and soon had him a Itadiag the Italian tenots He returned 10 America tQt ittnfwltkthe San Carlo Opsra fiCOrtipiiy 1workCoaridd immediately engaged hi0 ne Bas ben starring Ii iat the Metropolitan sub stitntaagln Oar sroles whenb bipedItafla9wasindisposed tatfn ffbes next seasoA AS lead ng tenor witbthe Covent Gard ita Opera Company London At thetouhville festival he wil sing Radamfes in Verdis per AtdaV and will appearS jjuother prominent i parts 1 STATE oF OjOCtTY OF TOLEDO LtCASCOUTVif i Frank J Cheney make oath that hVissemior paitnerathefirm of K 3 Cbesey and Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State afpresltd and that said firm will pa- ythM of ONE UNDHED DOL L AXS fpi each and every case of Ca tarrh that cannot be cnredbyihe e of aancAtarrhcue r n PRANK X CHENEY J Swore tobef ore me and subscribed ia my presence this 6th day of1JeJ eber AD 1886 SBALAV GLEASOrf NOTARY PUBLiC Halls Catarrh Cute is taken intern ally vand acts directly on the blood aid fflucnous aarfaces of the systyn Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY ae do Toledo 0 Soldby Uprujrgistr75cf Take Hal1B Family Pilla for con Btipatlon Y1 Kep Your Sign Op fn every country town there iait siMn at the railrpad crossing like this Look out for the carS Now everybody knew thfctituras a t railroad crossirg tbedy the line was laid andy tin ibed When the sign was put up it took two days for every in habitant to become familiar with if In a week every small child could readit bacKward Did the railroad take it down No if they had the warning would ii vt been forgotten in a week and smashups and damage suits would have resulted One time advertisements act the same j Youiijust keep everlastr iogly it itr like the railroad rQntsignEx J UJfp8t wboiea who have bad coin ipftklanahave dyspepala or at leas- iiiagetton t irhich eventuallyl will 1txjcoaje dyspepsia To have fine fafr akin 4rid healthy rosy cHceksIj pIhealthvhatyeitf may haye rich Ted blood I Keep your stomach well by tAking Kwdoli or DyepepBia and Indigeetion jGcafticHMilly just when you need ItS lt ipleasant to1 take Sold by Redl OroM Drug1 Store Depot Burned The SByenthistreet tatipnj fmilitry known 1 the TJniop Depot rt and iff itfelf on9ttbe Mcient institHtions of Lonisyjlle Hts 44itrpyed by fite whjch outat500 oclOCk Tbr8 d CU3 Rpieh chiefi clerk Li tb iocftl lofth 11 nois C4rtlrotdIf ik ai J bort jn Uuipingtba1 it ig feared J be raajr not recover WbiJe the train shed was left u L stiningf the n lire portion of the IbuilcUng wnitjh house the offices of the various railroads that use its terminal facilities were gutted many valuable rec odso nJtdestr y awgetherI with the fraitmg rooms The tire started from def ctiye Insulation in the third story it is thought and preadveryJ icklv The loss is estimated- ySuperintendent A B Egan f the Illinois Central railroad which owns thtati5at 300ll O Near Del iiII jSlitiill- twas a thrilling1 experience to Mrs Ida Soper to face death For yeys a severe lung trouble gave me intense 8tif ring5he writes and- everaitinies nearly cause4iny death All remedies sailed and doctors said was incurable Then Dr Kings New Discovery brought quick relief j nd a cure so permanent that I have 11ot1ecn troub1d In twelve years Mrs Scpjer lives in Bier Pond Pa It wprks wonders in Cpugts and Colds Sore Lungs HeraorrhagesI Grippe Asihma croup Whooping Cough Milt all Bronchial affections 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Guara- needbyaydon Robertson 60000 Fire at Wilmore i Wlmore K y lfarcii8Tl1e main buVlding bovs Dormitory ji and mQsic hall of Asbur vGbllege denominational anstitulion erected and conductedby the Methodists of Kuticky burned tthe gronnd this morning There originated from a defective ue m music hall I The Methodist church and sopage caught fir but were saved There are two hundred t dnts in the college The laze started while the students we e at breakfast John Gare ork of Newbern Ten a stu ent Was struck by furniture thrown from the secona story oil the dormitory and suffered a broken limb and ether injuries The loss will Teach 860000 wit 22000 nsu anc Asbury College ione of the best known in the South It is a holiness institution1 and was established fifteen years ago by the Kev JW Hughes This is the most dan jrerons tjmeof the year to catch cold tuditj ia the hardest time to cute ttIfI you should take a cold a feW doses of Kennedys Da veCoutih Syrup wifl act very promptly Its laxative principle Urys the cold by driving it from the system by a gentle but natural action pf the bowels Children especially like Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrnp as lltastes so good nearly like maple sugar t is sdl4 by the Red Cross Drug Store ABob Taylor Gem The dfollfcwing beaitifuT1ienti- menV i is front the pen of Senator BbTaylor y oil would rather fill my purse witb money and keep its gates ajar tptny happy girls while yet they linger under my roof than to clutch it with a misers hand until all tneharpstringsof youtb are broken andaUitsmusicfort tt ever fled I would rather spend my llast nickel for a bag of striped maroles to gladden the hearts of my barefoot boys thin to de ny thern their childish pleasures nq leave thinna Gag ofgoldtq quarrel over when I am deadi 1 abhor the pitiless hawk that cir ctesjo the air only to swoop down and destroy the song of thes linnet or bury its talons lin1 the heart of the dove 1 despise the soulless man whose greed fcir goldimpqlsbiml to strangle the laughter and song of his own famiiyExchsng Race Suicide Rresident ltO6SftC1t cal8 it is xxot hoearjy the menace to increase in oigulatlon that deaths among in fjinjta areAud eight pot of ten d tJttiare directly or Indirectly caused by bowell troubles McGces Baby Elixir cures diarrhoea dysen try 6onr stomach and all irt fant all ments of this nature Just he thins for teething babies PrceandSOcSjl TREES Fruit and Ornanieiital I Eerythingfor brchard llawn and gaTfderi Wfiitejfbr fret catalogue t HriP PlLLENMEYER SONS 1Lexingtiin Ky LH Second Contest is Filed Glasgow Ky March 20 The filing of acon test by Charley Williams of Hodgenville for the cerlsificatioa of nomvnatioii for Commonwealths Attorney lU tlxis district in the primary f held last December comes in ti niture of surprise to the th0 politicians here and may com plex complicated matters Ths true cause for surprise in Wil JiamS tiling a Contest lies inr tfie fact that be was the liinumost man of tho three who nade the race and that tne further fact thai there is a contest puj filed oy Jud eRE Daugrtyot Bardaton against J LewIs Wi hams whc received the greatest number of votes Themain con tentions in Daughertys contest is that in ihte county Bepubi l cans both black and white vot primarYIW motJireynorsecure votes 10I Now cOmes Charles Williams in a contest in Wich he alleges thatnejither of the two contend ing candidates entitl diotha1 certificate from the tact that each has charged that the other violated his obligation hence the committee should jtvehim theiomnation Tho committee compose d of the chairman of each coUnty has set Alay 4at whicu tiine the Daughert y contest will be heard and possibly Charles Williams contest also and the proceedings are expect ed to be jnteres iner The tthrBecornered lipht is unique and perhaps without a parallel in thp Stats istory All parties are busily engjaged ip- casespreparing their respecti vie and each ffeels canndent df final rvictory J 55S dLThe lurid Olow of Doom was seen In the red face handS and body of the little son of HM Adams of Henrietta Pa His awful plight from eczema had for fiveyearsde fled al remedies and bafffed the best doctors who said the poison blood had affected his lungs and nothing cou1dsavehiwunut writes his mother Hseven bottles of Electric Bitters completely cured him For Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Sores and all Blood Disorders and Rheumatism Electric Bitters is SUe preme Only SOc guaranteed by HaVdon and Robertson t LEBANON LOCALS j From the Falcon Mr i Perry Mills seventy vears off age died athis hom in Lebanon after a long illness of diabetes yesterday morning at nine oclock The funeral ser vices will be held at nine oclock this morning at Sk Augustines church with Requiem High Mass and interment will be at the Gal vary burialground Miss Nora Muijins the attractive and popular daughter of Mr Joo Mullins of the St Mars precinct and Mr Raymond Hall A well known farmer of Taylor county was married at the Baptist parsonage in this oiv Saturday hyDr AC Graves Tiie trial pfRobcrt Green for assaulting Walter Parroo near St Marys some weeks since was tried before JidgqBurtoi Fri lday After hearing a large number of witnesses and tear guineat of tile attorneys Gr wasctisinissed astha evidence t introduced waS not sufficient to justify conviction v Detective A Thoinpsoji are rested yesiefdav Pete WilLiams Jim Thompsojij Proc Lanbaster Qhr1ieMltcht11andJoa Hamil ton all of color on warrants charging them watli selling whtskej jn Lebanon 20YEA Q i ftn Prison the Verdict in the Cooper Trialat Nashville Nashville March x20 Guilty i of murder inthe second degree t with twenty years imprisonj ment asj tbepeoaltYtas the verdict of ihe jury this morning inthe case against CoUI Duncan B Cooper and Rubin J Cooper Tor the slayingOf former United Sates Senator E W Carmack The jury yesterday acquitted Jahn D Sharp a codefendant Immediately the defense mov ed to set aside the verdict because of the verdict of disagrre mentof yesterday and asked the court to declar it a mistrial Judge Ears said he would Jlisten to arguments on this motion tater He then fixed the defend ants bond at 25000 each wbich amount was acceptable to both sides 1Tbe veid ct coming as it did ipon the heels of Foreman Yesterdaylth4t as to the Coopers was a decid d surprise IJTha defendants tftokit coolly almost without emotion Mrs theIwere braye and aside from tear ful eyes restrainedi their emotion gdmtfly Mrs Burch sat with bef arm around her brother Ro bvnVshoulder and Mrs Wilson was at her fathers ri htT1e suspense for the two young women Qua ben heartrending aid u nd any verdict however unfav jOrabie was a relief Simple Remedy for La Grippe La grippe dodges are dangerous as they frequently develop ihtbjprien monia FoleY 8 Honey and Tar not rmtr tOpS the rl iifh but heal and strengthens the lgngs so that no se ripuB results need be feared JThe genuine Foleys Honey and Tar contains no harmful drugs and is in a yellow package Refuse substitutes Sbldbj Haydon and RobertsonS 1Callsl fleeting Mt Sterling Ky State Chairman Henry R Prewitt las issued a call for a meeiing of the Democratijs Stat Central Com mittee tQrl1eeta the SeelbachVin Louisville on Wednesday April 28 at noon The purpose of the meeting is to consider and determine if tie- sired a number of contests ttte State inducing certain con tests1led joy Democrats claiming to be committeemen from Ken tori county the controversy over thechairinanship In Brecken ridge county and such other matters as maybe the subject of consideration at said meeting On March 24 Mr Prewitt aud Judge Allie W Young will lleave the State for a months absence in California but before going Mr Prewitt tbought it best to issue a call for the meeting above stated in order that these mat ters affecting henpartys welfare might be settled My thtee year old boy wa badly constipated had a high fever and vas in an awfijl condition Ilrave him two doses of Foleys Orlno Laxa tive and the next morning the fever was gone and he was entirely well Foleys Qrioo Lax tiye Bave l hi life A Wolkush Casiraer Wls Sold by tlaydon and Robertson 5000Hone Bmdly Crip pled A dispajtch from San PranciSi co Saturjday avri that Co Obinns phenomenal cojtj A J Soall wits jumped cn and ctt jdowh in a race theird that day the tndoh ofliis right leg being complttely severed Tbe horse was theheavieat i backedavoritEL that has parted he came iio last on three legs the rightihaud foot dangling in ror coughs dCbdsTroubled with a coiigh A hard coldi bronchitis or some chronic lung trouble There is a medicine made for just tlese cases Ayers Cherry Ped id Your doctorknows all about it Ask him what he thinks of it No medicine can ever take the place of your dotorKeepin close touch with him consult him frequently trust him fully No alcohol in this cough medicine JT to MHn MGI Ayer PIBs Sugarcoated All vegetable Act directly on the Mvcr k ly1axa Jive notelonIj bee pw Sold for nwurlyslxtxt years Ask your doctorabout diem 5L5 the nirDr 0 ieJJpted veterinary was summoned and prpnouViced their jjdry irreparable and adv sea the suffering animal be put out of his misey without delay Owing to thf fact that A J Small W8i iinsfyr ed for 107000 in LlOydt of Lr n don the owner was reluctant to pursue the course until an agent qf the company Bad been coo suited AccOrding to latest advises A JSmallf wks shot He biaS valued at l OOJlli bovers t of good health should prevent sick ness instead of letting themselves get sick and then try to cure if So longas you keep yonr liver towels and sthmacbIn a healthy and active condition you wont get sick Bat iards Herbine relieves coostipation inactive liver and all stomach and bowel troubles Sold by Red Cross Drug Store Major Bumam Dead l J Richmond Ky March lOt t Maj Curtis P Burnam died at jrastl ji illness due lo the mfirm lies ct J age hebeirigin bis eightyDinth yearWhiratoondfng court here severalt weeks ago ho was seized 1than attack In the courthouse and sank steadily to the end He was otie of the most widefy Known lawyers Kentucky r and hada distinguished public ta reer He was temporarily t member of Presider t Gran Qabiber and had reprasenteci Madison county in the HOUSP and Se nate of the State Legisla lure at intervals since 1851 Residence For Sale Commissionersi Sale James C McElroy J1by Hi B Mc Puffsrvs InEquity James C MoElrdyTScV V mISll By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered in the above styled caused at the February term 1909 of saidcourt I will offer for sale on the J premises on SATURDAY MARCH 27 1909 t i at 2 oclock p tnyto the highest and best bidder atpubjic outcry the foil owing1 property A certain house and lot situated on the pputh side of Main Street in Springfield Washington county Ky and bounded as following Beginning at a stone in the edge of Main Street l corner to McKenna property thence along Main Street S 60 2 E 118 7 12 feet to a stone corner to Mrs Kate Thorn psons lot thence S 25 12 E 214I feet to a stone atthe bran on in Lloyd Haydons line thence down the hranc and with his line N 65 14 Wtj 114 toiistone corner to the McKenn property thence with line of same N 22 40 E 213 feet to the beginning con taining a little over 35 of an Bcre ThisProperty will be offered in two lots and then as a whole and sold in the manner so tisi to realize the most money The western Jot fronts on Mnin Street 88 712 feet arid run back from a point 83 712 feet East of Mc Kenna property in a strait line toI the learof said lot and with the eas tern line of the barn wall On this is mOderp almost hew frame resi deuce with 4 roomshail and bath room on lower floor and 4 rooms arid bath on second floor and numerous verandabuggyhousein good state of repair and has water and electric lights in the residence Macadamized driveway from front to itable and concrete pavement in front and around house and water for sprinkling purposes in the yard This desirableresldenceSportion or the remainder of the lot front 30 feet on Main Street and is a most Desirable bulldinglot concrete side walk and iron fencela front and nice grape arbor on the rear hwe shade trees growing on both lots This property will be sold on a yearsInpurchaSer will be required to xecute bOnd for the purchase pric with bearingfntereatof six per cent and secured further ajy retaining a lien upon the property sold Bidders will be required to comply promptly with the terms of sale M GLBACHMAN MC W CC Kills wtiiMe swyrr merciless murderer is Appehdi citls with many vIctims But Dr Kings New l ife Pills kill it by pre vention They gently stimulateS stomach liver and boweTs lug that clogging that invites ap pendicitis curing Constipation Biliousness Chills Malaria Head ache and indigestion 25c at Haydo and Robertson Notice All prSoiis bayipjg clainiR against E C Goy aisi Bsdr wH present ame property roviin to the u4sjgr i t All persons mdeb4ed 1Ofb above will plas pt s promptly 2 iI4I r WIIL t II awr PWN 11 JfkWhdelyygrN r II ThOn1 Baking Powdey II Roy dfeam ltartar iii MaiisfroGrap IIA Guarntec of4Puie U LLLI Ed SuitFiled to Contrite Will John aLIUBirrbftr andLM- cCbord 0 as Executors of ETielliit Barber have filed uit in ekg GircuH Court asking the Ccwrt to cginstrue thwlllsf iU poif stands under Urn verdict of th jury recently retarned othec- ontE3stcase of Amelia BcJdwisa Executor c Against JlDR elhIJi1nateqtorigiInalof the estato biyt found a Jatec codicil to the willtobe parft- he will tvqidb it k coriUi4 d by contestee dispoeai of the Cesi Jua substautiaily Hh stme way as the clause strickem otby th jlJryj Theconteijn the foriter Mitt contend that the clot tbe codicil falls with the 1O etiminatdi by the jury jM liw will be the main qmestibo t be decided in tbec tuctjEin- wilLia the pr CBit iiMifc Standard v r- itIt Sive Wrtg All thougnt Ii isie py JJec writes JVA Swea isi WMireWnj WJPfTen yeajrs o1ecaea tirnt doctGrS1 cwr IH t4k t laid me up Thek Bttcklwg AxLca Salve cured it so ad ind weiJ7 tQi fallible for Skin JBraitioMt JCczeatt f Salt Rheum Bolhf Terer SrtBurns Scalds Gut ad PJk t He at Haydon aad BOb rtaO Eugoly on Hk Hof lwp In his piper the laiow- Times Editor Jim Kichr4ji5a priots the ollowin eliwftie oi the hog y Little al he is rtfMdtd tS hog is the ral kiajc of all frll animals From his haoiit- ij from His feet to JIM Wck pne he is a tit bit EYM hisi entrails sets the colored Joik crazy at a hitt1irtlIpPer While his skiuL rind is cWreioo as crackling brzi H bkwi and bis bones make tM rieiiiM of fertilizers andbl brwtt ji go 1bIJtoothsome tvririp gram e without the JOwl qir tfe ha shank Whatis ordIieios than a winter mcoingiI brwik fast qtSBreribe oc s ttii4 t ooea bread and licoe Qo1Jep 0reateda mOre deli Qs aiM than a wsllcard ZC and the epicurean JUehes gf 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SpvId K- yT3 11DYs 11 COUGH SYRUP 11 r j- H 2 SPRINGFlELBglC pUTJm1 Tt u1TiJ- A I U ia U4or swJ PmteJkher THIRJ luiL tew ofVeNwsLLi evder tuLii d otrbip Ld r t th PSb h paper iit c w wh o firpshIic ph w leok t ortmav w wish toaerve thmt IPilI to ad vlff1 tb t intr of the ol Wttirinffton e tiisud to politics since 52thet ooey flew I w5 grter work before Isks rot siaply paWwifeiDf d1to t Vli svvr jI to 1ir re4ni the news MM Mfitwithout prvjwtto or tbs tii ksbslkv w1l it eive s ikp ooty JAMg R 4o- JOSEPH JtoLiNv bSp S kdae fruu tie bl hoo1 ia rou Pa h rearmid 1p his boe isrh tber bd paid a- of 10000 TWO ie aM a wre arreMid in cbsd Obso Tt1igbt inthttw came uiM1 the womMis skirt was loasa479 Tb aea- WOdIlt coav 4c1i t- oeIi tbs poMeigiouof such a of 4ey or wbtre cL pbqtsfi6m oc their desi 1 = krSMasf SshoJoiss J l k i Mr g4i Mitchell mini mother Mr Brie WilliMMr nd 1iMkwa nn y- M Mz JVHr Gray Mwl datifhttr 1 MimetMarta spent Mdy- nlklirMKl Mr J R Gray Mffiu B G Hftac ty sp nt MM ititfc tb wick folks the Wo rf Mr Hence Scott MlrrW Mrs Wlkr Lewis iaitf httfc ioa A B tfd Earl N 4Nr4peot one igkt Jut wfc wiMi Mr Lewis mother r h Williams w Ct f 4 W HKkt oouW be t irt rttern every hilltop in the fe ijtgighflltfi3ft of Hardecty last e V wWJfc susd by tbe farmers 7V 1 rjiltty plI beds ior the a Mmmg JM bat wd believe tottbsthare about thrOugh w jSMesirs Will and Edfeur Grj ftwL Joe Qraee aUe ded wrticef F M tn irUliiiMirf Ghristkip- e teSKi- rtMri Zora Geod 4t awl Htttt om1W Cspent Mo4d v wit JlrV 3PkaijJ OopHleUaocl fatiilv t 4 M X t Gray sod wifefipent t w 4jtfieciw with Mr Ike- i Ljs7ttfa1Iy 4 SwIcaJeW L y w 1taaut Wkethey t ced b t11J tothacb ox l c t Ldi ew ttt5id e tbe sviI1hig nd rerevr V ths The great and hrbssai cat brni bcu1ies 1 mc iyadlaceI and paIu L idjsallaty lutdy will pur b ymet4aeyorbIadd4r trohli Aut becs thf rack of n dii d bseact iirrexiIari 11 aelcI it eewt IiI w oc diabetes I 1ir Imr aM Itoberte- uyP I j f Mi tis brdraid sun L we fear ere old Jfarcft r im April abewtr tb- I isilLbe wi1y too gitdI re ibe p4Dw sMadin- t M1tritLId i1nd I 5St11 tuii pesiimI t4 but t psaskg for we would no 1 k4 K 5jP9C5Ck the sum i ffw1iodnocloUdy days Mesetegun ot Wood JMVJjasib oesioC hr grand Bbw pMTL W PLI1 1ro Wkar ante Jicmday r d 4 with Mr JDhiMlley dw1Ssds- Jam Moral Ihs4s Ifl 8p1InVfieId unilay- c Mi Rey i c brM S4w Mtflt- er UrOksVt11- r1 Mk skU OV Boo v44 q hec Sundsy- bMrCitVOII t5Ik7 nd uittli town ndfinIslt to Mr Jtff setIi near ii4 Mr Gilbert IX gna t if rtendfT TttAV P3tssau thoveSuudayS Waiter Wijklos n thia i I I SL spenl unday3 with Trelatlvea at Polip Mr Robert Snyder siilU coo on the sbk iJ4 ar cboot will by at tl4s xH y jgaeldIdsyb7 rrs PaJoier Gbstlev Mi loaojean GoaUty and tA- ster gliikte Mii Louist were gao OCrs Will Jkioranj ThI day and ofMrs iontgrn 7 Rthe Tbuadamight- tr JackSthith ofBardstowj wa4lMre one day of the past Hrsjtmx friend Mr Muims has ten fresh cows 4v Juki tie 2or some reliable ifss jn to 1tep through the sum jer an I fall This i ia good cfa oiuce for jwjpe oa to enter the creiiery bidess Mr Dud Shehan states that st year when ha was through etiriobcobe turned a tab up near the tbatoo patch which was at tite edge of a pieceS oT woodland Spste few days since be w nt k get the db arM on turning i toyer he Discovered a snake den On counting them fond twelve did and nine young iaakes We believe the above VpldtakB the pfizje over the bea that laid twp eggs in dne day V t L evcrs god h ealth sheuld prevent sickness llaUtai of letting thmgelves get sick ai fckeif try to cure it S6 long as da keep your liver bowels and stom ach i healthy condition you wont yet flick SalUrds Herblne relleyea ceMtipatioB laafctive liver and al MMCh and bbwel troubles Sold by he Ked Cross drur store i Har4nsCIi1 Mrs R11 S Litgey aodxlaugh te tferinie spent Thursday of Jaet weelr with Mrs Jptn Tobin Mrs Jj9o Haidon Jr has re I turned hoffle after a pleasant visit to hisnncle Mr B J Haydon 7 Mrs Gt Wt Gjcoanougher spent last Sunday with Mrs G W Fenwick Mrs Jetinie Litsev was in Fenwick pjfe day last week MfesFennie Eeed spent last l last week with Miss Mattie ToIio Mrs Jane Hiatt and children Mary Alica and Earl and Misa Adray Canary spent Saturday and Sunday Jof last week with Mrs Bird Coffee of SirnmsWwn Miss SueAda andMr Ed ward Fenwiqk spent Monday itb Mrs George Fen wick Mrs B ckTTaste andMs Jt PLanham spent hurtjday With Mrs Bettie Canary Those present in the afternom were Mrs Stnmpp and daughter Addle Mrs lee Hiatt and chil dr en Alice and Earl Miss Let a Margie and Nina Fenwick Mr and Mrs Alfred White man and children Hildia and Pa die dpent Sunday of last ieU with iMrs l ellie Logsdon anciI family Mr Wilt enwick spent Satr urday and Sunday with her cot sin Mr Leonard Fenwick Mr and Mrs J M Brener pent Sunday with H S Lltzeyf ind family Miss Adray Canary spent raesdat of last week with Kss flattie Tobih and bercbafipTng visitor Was Tiney Red Mr Ray Mqrd and Hartford Logsdon spent one day last weekj with their aunt Mrs Thad An derson Mits Lela Fenwick is spending this week with her brother Mr George Fenwick at SimmsBpwn Miss Mattie Fenwick is spend r1Mrton Miss tfftttioTobin and Tine Y Reed spetit Today night with Miss Adrav Canary f Mrs Ada Moore and little daughter spent last week with hur iiater Mrs John Tobm- Mr Will Logsdon spent San day With Mr Walter Logsdon oft ttiUplacer Mr and Mrs Albert BudII spnt one day last week with Jopn Tobvn and family Mrs G W Fenwlclr spent Monday and Toesday with he ta Mr George Fnwietti near isimmstown r Mr Gi W Feawick bought off Mr Staalev Fenwick a BOV and ttee shoals Price fiften dul lr Mackrille ttiag is I1a hsss WHt homes ad all of her ryonfiji Irieadi arefUd to weK a come her V Mi4 Margie I bam of Bar rodftbufg is visiting relatives and friends at this placg Mrs aid Mrs John Sweeney ttff Standford are mingling wiih refatives and friends and their ppearance Is alwayS pleatg tdf the people of tliifi coaimnnity Mr W M Lear who bas been spending tao winter in North DaUdta for the benefiLof hist herltn has rettyjjedbotne great ly benefittd by his trip f Mr Ed Brittoa sold B B Ray olf Lebanon Junction four years old Gelding price 140 Mr James Isbam of Harrods burg spent Sunday night in this plac and attended county court- inSprtogtiexL Monday Mr Will Arnoldvsold his fani l pringfldMonday The members of the Christian Church and Sunday School of j this place earnestly request the presence pf all the members and all others who will attend Sun day School on Aprjl 4 as they are expecting to make that a red letter day aftr Suntiay School All can enjoy a good sermon by therStaford thin that D Wits Kidney and Bladder jPills are unequal d for weak kidndysj bacV ache iqilammatlon of the bladder and all urinary disorders They are antiseptic and act promptly Ve sell and recommend them Red Gross rug Stod JiTatham Springs Miss Ethel Rogers of Fen wick cwbo has been visiting friends at Nthia place was called home on account of the death of her little cousin Theodore Miller f Miss Virgie Sardesty of Poliri iis the guest of hjar sister Mrs William Reynolds Miss Ada Armstrong and Mr Larkin White of this plac6 were quietly married at Rock Bridge Church on last Sunday May they spend many happy days tetter Mr Valois Royalty of Antioch was Calling in this town on last 5upday evening Mr J S Weathers and wife of Lexington paid this place a flying visit last week Mrs J H Hungate has jjust opened a spring miHinery in tins place Htwry girls and Nget your Rose while they have their sweet perfume Rev HP Hatchett of this place was called to Texas lasi Thursday to preach the funeral of one of his members at thJjb place Miss Mollie Hatchett of this pi ace attended church at Rock Bridge last Sunday Mr Mack Richardson of Beav r Creek visited his sister Mrs Susarf Hungate avt this placfe last Saturday night and Sunday The members bf the Baptist Church at this placb met on Jast Friday and erected a nice wire fence around the yard4 The M W of A will begio the erection of a new hall at this placein the near fijtUre s Mn Wm While and wife visited their son jltv Jame vyJiite on las Saturday nighb and Sun day Miss Nancy Keeling has ju t returned from an extended vjsi to relatives in Louisville Mr EdcDean and family have returned Jirom the West wnere they have been living fopvtbe past few years We ex end t I to them greeting back to the o dI Kentucky home Mr George Armstrong andI family were the guest of Mr Ed Jenkins and family on last Saturday night There will be a candidate in the 4Big North fOr Magistrate tnUtime Lpok out for the an nouncement Wo will come with it ftlittle later Mr Garret Clarke and vifej are guests at the home of Mr and Mrs M B Wells Mr Garret larke and Samuel Wells were in Springfield Mon flay The wedding b l1are still in this community Mrs M A Ctrev bus return ed from a visit vuhrsQnMrt- John i j Curey or PolinL Miss Bessie Richardson a jd iii 1arecordially invited to be present I atour store to witness a s demonstration bf the V I ChirNamel Patent Process of V j Varnishing Staining and Graining Old Floors Furniture etc The diemdnstmtor wUI teach jpp in fiye nrinutes h w to reproduce the gram of ok ash pine chestnut etc on floojij linoltum dporis furniture etc and give ihein the ex t appearance bC cxpensivjardwoodany color 4I finish Ig more durable t1L tho ordinary varnish hush Lesoa free yv Fr wtwple Of OhiNm6l while thev lastf MAJEK3H 39 APRIL 1 ay lQXL jRobertson CtormDivftofr Sprfiiffield Ky = pii T r Oftai The KWiejs An IvlMt If IwIortM- heaMlij rW cjs Make input DM4 Weak and nabealthy kldaeys are re- pouib1efgcflachsickiessandsttering therefore if kidney tepuble id praitted to continue serious r s suits are tnost likely tofbllow Vomr other organs may need at tendon bulj your kid neys xliost because they do most flfldt should have attention J first Therefore when your kidneys are weak or out of ofBer you can understand how quickly your en tire body is affected and how every organ seems to fail to do itsduty If you arasick or feel badly begin althig the greit ktdney remedy Dr Kibners SwampRoot A trial con vince you of its great merit The mild and immediate effect of SwarapRoot the great kidney and bladder remedy is son rcalizeo It stands the highest because its remarkable health restoring properties have been proven in thousands of the most distress ing cases If you need a medicine you should have tba best- Sold by druggists in fiftycent and owedol iU- ar sizes You may have sample bottle by mail free also a pamphlet telling you itaotwimi how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when riting to Dr Khmer Co Binghamton N Y Do inake any mis take but remember the name Swamp Root and dont let a dealer sell you something in place of SwarapRootLif you do you will be disappointed Margaret Cuts1nperol Beater ureek visited at this place laat week THE MAN NHO LAUH 3y th Way He Does It He Gives an Index to His Character THE POTENCY OF LAUGHTER Shown by the Effective Way n Which Cervantes Smiled Spains Vain atifJ FboIUh Away Men WhoChiyiilry Never Laughed and Rary Smiled What an Index to character Is mans laughs What surer clew can WP have to both his Intellect and his temper un less It be that ho seldom or Vever laughs Nothing say Goethe more significant of mens character than what they find laughable VXOU know no man says Tleck till you have heard him1 laugh till you liubw- when and how he will laugh The perception of the ludicrous says Em erson is a plfjdge of sanity A rogue aflve to the lullcrous Is sMll convertl ble If tbrt Kvuse Is lose his fellow men can d6 fin lo for him Lnyater the great physiognomist lays his grtut tress on the yerv un equivocal liuil derlslvjp nature of a laligh ifs a Jtdex ofyCharacter If it be free and hearty cqd occasion a gen erall and light motteineut In all the features and dimple the cheek and chin It Is an almost Infallible evi deuce of the absence of niiy great ma terlal wickedness of dlsposltlqn Cite sat mistrusted Casslus because thai lean and hungry conspirator rarely it ever Indulged In laughter When for ace Walpole was In Paris In 1703 he found that latfghlng was out of fash Ion in that gay capital Go6d yolks he writes they have no time to laugh There are God and the king to be pulled down first and men and wom en one and alIt are devoutly employed In the deincUtlon How often a man falls to betray the tiger that lurks within him until he laughs Is there nothing significant In the fact recorded by Plutarch of Cute the younger that nothing cox Id make him laugh that his Countenance was scarcely softened even by a smile Is it not a characteristic trait of the gloomy tyrant Philip JL of Spain that he rarely smiled anti that he laughed but once in life and that when Jie heard of the mama crp on SL Bartholomews day IB It ii l la suggestive feet regarding the gloomy taciturn Wallenstciu the ter ror of the people at the sight of whQm as he paced through his camp with his lofty figure enveloped In a scarlet mantle and with a red feather In pis cap a strange horror took possession of the soldiers that he was novel seen to smile Can we wonder thft the poor little dwarf Alexander Pope the cynical satirist afflicted with asth ma and dropsy tortured with rheuma tism racked with headaches and threatened with cataract should never have faughed but only smiled It has been said of the greatest of English dramatists who united wlti his intense humor an equally intense ierciug Imight into the darkest and most fearful depths of liuiuan nature that Ho heart would have been strong enough to hold the woe of Lear and Othello except that which had the Un quenchable elasticity of Falstnff and the aildouiuiuer Nights Dream Might not a similar remark be made of that pel Julum betwixt a smile and a fear Abruhani Lincoln In whom sadness and a keen sense of the comicS were so strikingly combined exuberant was his mirth sparkling In Jest comic story anti anecdote and yet how often the very next moment those sad pathetic melancholy eyes shbwc a man familiar with sorrows and ac quainted with grief Who can doubt that but for the merriment in which ho indulged the contagious laughter which welled up from his soul as naturally as do hub lips In Jhe springs of Saratoga bu would have sunk under his weary I weight of care long before he fell by the pistol of Booth ps It is indeed statesmen students ant generally who most need the afforded by occasional mer IIthinkers Some centuries ago it was the in J3urope for men of tunis to keep a buffoon and a banquet was considered Incomplete where 4a privi leged Jester was not an attendant This WAS perhaps for those days r jylSG custom It Is surprising how much n few minutes sleep will refresh the body and a few minutes taught the mind and many a useful life might be prolonged by the substitution of these remedies for carkingcare and weariness In place of the usual treach emus tonic8n dUmulantsS What u dlsiiSnfcdeductlon would be made fromvth appln ss of our homes If they ffibbcBy pf their raerrU meat What prctures of Innocent mirth has Goldsmith given in tb I MVicar of Wakcfield and how artless the remark of tile good Dr Primrose IIf he had little wit we had plenty of 1guebtal r I ss Glasses Fitted Free M Ld M Russell JEWELER AND OPTICiAN l BRIIISP Trial 2J6 14 j Half brother o Needle Connor trial 209 Trotterj brow stallion X abuut 15f hands roaled 1908 c SGeorge Wilkes 519 222 Simmons 2744i J Sire Of 83 dams of 198 Record 228 Black Janeby Marabrino San Mtiteo5 21255 Sire of 138 clams of 62 Patchen68 WilkesSreing lilay Ei11Oi 1513 224 3 Abe J21 and5Moonfore 2283 lfWt SIre o152 da is of 60 WholKho 2lI Dam of 4 by George Wilkes519 222 r Dam of Minute Slmr d4jI mons212 L rtJ X f Nutwood 600 Nutbr aKer2952 J Bireof 174 damsof 320 Jennie L tr2J5l Repord2a4f Bonny Doon by Aber Dam of Neddie Con sire of Nutbearer deen 27 nor tr 2ob San l etc datns of Great broodmare SUter tr 2i4 Dulce tr 2 0a5 etc VictorB1smak 326 San Breaker ti Viclopia ismark Sire o131 dams of 2I6 aad siste Dam of Bassilea 22lj I Piash by ltlcDonaias to Bassilea 227t anti Rescue 2fl5 MambrinoChief SAN MATEO 21265 record 4 2l351Ie of 22 including May Earl 2l04 SaJIyReel218J etc son of Sim jions 228 and Moonstone 228f darn of 4 by Sultan byGeorgcJENNIE Ldam of Neddie Conjior trial 209 for which 512000 was refused producedRogerWilliamsJri 2J4 and 24 others and the dam of Dulce Cor 208 etc Hear Brook Currys Statement About This HorseI Ransbreaker in cpmfttion is a really great show horse He ia good gaited good headed dont pull don rhitj loves company and is perfectly dlsjlnsltloninwayBredtrained this horse lat season and senthSJin the above trials He thinks he could havo drivenshlmMn 212 He loves company and I regard him as game a horsfe as I ever drove Think him agreat prospect over any kind of track SprigflelaFair20 To Jilsure a LIYiBg Co1 amI also prepared tp Ji ndle horses Rates reaso able Your patronage solicited BOFIONLU SI Wnat a poorer ioc good and evil h the worlds dread laugh which scarce dQ firm philosopher can scorn How oinnv men hnvo been cowed by Jt who could havcf faced without fljnchlng a batterys didly fire Haw many bad ytistoius ndd wicked practices how many quixotic schemes of phllnnthropy or reform how many absurd doctrines In politics theology and sociology whlrh have defied the artillery of argu ment have been laughed off the pub He stage never to return Did not 3crva tf 8 Jsmlle Spains vain ifnd foolish chivalry nxvayWllllnmMa thews In London Great Thoughts Ill cotiT goods never prosijer Gcr iUaii nTvcrb v Jockey Powers to Ride ln Franco Jockey Vincent Powers has signed a one yrir contract to ride for Baron Leopold Rothschild In France next sea son at a salary of 515000 There ist julso u tluusejji the boys contract that itt he ieinulim In France Ilothschlld b to have the yritilcge of renewing first uall ou his sqrvicct for three years In vTew of the fact that Powers has ueen tindliiSJt a hard tasj tto make 108 pouuda lately it la conceded that his contract Is the liens since the days Of Ted Sloaue for whose services Lord Beresford Is said to have paid a years retainer of 25000 it Is the Intention of Powers and his father to leave for France at the end of the California season The boy at present Is under contract to Barney Schrelber Whn pays him 1000 u month for the win ter seasoa Powers rode more winners hi 1008 thou nay other jockey uu the Atnoritair tend Canadian tracks He la alert at he post but his best Quality Is riding strong finishes Cornells Feotball Dates Cornells football schpdulc will be greatly strengthened next fall by the game with HarvnrcVand It is cause for congratulation that the meeting has been arranged It will come at a time when both elevens are working up to their top form and should notonly fur nlsh an Interesting struggle but a good line foriofnparjsciu as to the rein tive strength of the various teams It will be the flint time that Cornell and Harvard urivtvmefr on the gridiron af though relations between the tWo In Ttitutlons have been frleno ly for years In baseball and rowing Cyclone Thompsons Offer to1 Nelson Johnny Thompson thp Syciunorc cyclone known In boxing cIr lee to bo one of the tcuBhcst Itilifwelslite I hat over donned a glove ca uo out ccntly with nn offer to give lixttllm Nelson SIfl0Qlf he jDaup ran Btop him inside ot forrjCvt rounds Thompson riyi It Is his oyn mojtej iud Urn t IfKcIscn will acttpt tho nrordslflon heiwlHrtotthc coin thlr jry AsrffC before the battle But that Is not all Thompson take Packcy Jt Farliud neil Fred Wol4h Into consideration when talking flrh und lihatfce nml ayslhe will wnger V 0nn with cither qTthcm on the re tiilt of u brittle of frpm twcntjfivotV 5rtyfive rounds Thompson Isr smarting under the fle teat sustained nt the hacdN of Viiter SulHnnr recently and nays H should not rouitttgnast him as SulHvnir Ic jidmtttedly h welterweight Besides ho snyn he whlpDcd Sullivan several times nud Unit he was robbed of the ilccialon In the Pocatello eJirouutcr Thompson has been soil of bug l Car to tho leading llgjihyclchts None f thorn wanted to meet him bcfon jsolllrnu cnined a dootslon over hint nml now of conrso they have an ox cuse which in merely tho fate of njj loser ll5WofN a Yeter inary We Run a Livery Feed and a1e Stable hive r city transfer and han dle bard and soft coal and conse quently we need a good manyjhors s says Bedell Bros of ount Carmel Ill We have used Sloans Wniment and vVeterinary Remedies for years arid and thdy give perfect satisfac tion As long as Sloans remedies sire in our barn we do tiofc need iq vet erinary surgeon We are never withOut them and conscieutipuBlj recommend them to all horseraen- QibyiBroi pf the Mineral City tivery Fort Dodge lav write have used Sloans Colic Cure Ln ment and Fever and Distemper Eemc dy for the past ten years andVsincg 1 hayVbeen using them I have never had a veterinary in my baVn and have not lost a horse from either colic or distelnper and will say thai any man with a horse or horses who kcejd Sloans Liniment and Veteri nary Remedies in his barn J will never have occasion to call a veterinary Sloana Treatise on the Horse jseritl Sree to any horseman Address Dr Earl S SJpan Boston laas v I GOT AHEAD OF PITT The Ruse by Which Gsrge III Out witted His Premier On Jan 19 1S05 tr ilannersSut ton bishop of Ncnvleh was Riving a Dinner party In lila Windsor deanery when his butler Informed him that a gentleman vrlsbpd particularly to see him but would not give his name Well I cant ensue now In the mid die of dinner wild the bishop Beg pardon my lord but the gun tlenran Is very nnxlom to see you9n- Important Imslnofis and the butler was s6 urgent that the Wshop npoi0 Blzod to his company and went ouu The gentleman who would not In de nied proved to he TUg Gcore Til 1TThw dye do my lorcH said he MCooic to tell you that v ire flcU blvlioji or Canterhdrr afphblhoj of Cnuterbary Dye ncccin utccpl Eh chr The bishop bowed low In toke of acceptance i All right said his majesty Youve got n partyfsee all their bats hcreK Go back to thqm dood nlght Next morning Pitt nm carcil at Wind sor castle to Inform his majesty tha Archbishop Moore haddled the day be fore and to rqpommeud the bishop of Lincoln Dr Pretyman for the vacant privacy Very sorry very sorry indeed Pitt saM the klnjy but I offered It tc the bishop of Norwlci lasttifghlt an4 he twcepted Cant break niy worai Piits very attRry but the deed was dl6nemr the king meant It should be and so Hrj MannersSuttou became arcbbTshop of Canterbury unrt beld hfc great offlco for twentythroe eventful jear3oiHchhcl McDohagh lu Chant bers Journal HTtTruthEyjery penM m t city wWis stf kring from EcemaPimpDad rufecftay ioduWskin or iofo Mt ewe can find relief Wp fmncnt ly cured by Zeir cle n ItquM fof tecntluierAJ igg t ell ZEMO- HaydoQ BobOJtsen 3TOFI Es READITWILLPAT 7 Why not PROFIT fr ar xrienee from otberal 8ave both money and time by baying goods that ha b su triVdby million the wordofer have b ee ia the tawilcM for yeatff hnve proven to be stsfmctosy and ejitrtsW sold on MERirr Their name ftt njimrg1i HiAAtbey arei allal righ t We tefer to the wetl kioow ra The Swan Ht nboa btt HklnanHeldesnan C1oth th beta 0- 7Th EtKnger Clothing for youngu f- Th OBrymn Bros OvcralUexcn all oihers The Little Red SdKNDi House Shoe for OAr B The Famous S 4v Sdhwtb Line m aH gra4s tMen Boys Miu Ladies and OuWr aa Try apair of Itoyal Bio oiPedeto v a Edelens Honett Mike amd Lord B T for and boy The Famous HcKpsV for men mud by rWsMT B tmn ic Co rIv The well known Shirt Cki 4 Pe bocly iX1 toliOO t The Arrow land Cottars all stjiea jancl thp The R3cG Corset t1ey fiti ezpiinagSThe Arrow Sfctrt Waist Perfect fitting T i 4 The Blitck Cat Hoietr made to wear TryQur No 15 for boyi twr o 10 for girk Ow pair wilt wear as long as 6pairs of ordinary Hoaiary Dont forget Top y they are alri iit too Pullmans Linen Handkerckieftf Ladies tkeUrf iI thern4etkokfortllSirdpRS ewt handkerchif The GilbertVPetticoat in aH grades Sm cshn A full line of GifefctV Lining laid abaxsas Standard the world JTer Boys Shirt Waitts Mothers FriNkT in al c e and sizeJ LTNEN WeOarry ill lin 9fLiunslff allgrade A hlU1a of Stamping Fa terns Sand do a1l kinds tf tstjia Work guara p teed Workdone bv Lidip of e4Brii tl t BiRrKTGr GOODS arriving every day Uoae ui we are always Iad ki sl ov ouroods W WANT YQW TRAD V v La II GRUDYa cIHTIRa Red B1r4 Stock Fartr i v f To stockmen pf WaahiBRton anrl J 0 nfair cgaa oRed BirdSloc farm o befcterkud a a eb Jlp Wc Elroy JEarm i2 mile from Pair tWiif ri pie We will jjffer at rpuc ferricec tw twstUne iiSllugi Joe had We hkve rorceilto MjUhe beit bred i 7PM c tfli had Everyone are registered utdJiatp tire paper i 3ti- shouldnt 3oaairpatrcxi tie It Is for j gtA We have the best Weofferth1scase fc i i Kcd Bird V tik greatest saddle koeeas great a brefdex in te w3bs limited to 25mares ud pitively u ire 11Sstances Alt hays good mares and want to brefj I tf9Winp eSJteb You stay thiBlcthat high botUap because j wbo have good mares standsojhnch batter chancerecaie y vUI d away with com mod mares Mr Iemb Ua of UsaPilt6wu bm best saddle Iosc4 judge in the Aate qoU ue 1pt that RI BIRD way tie best breeder in ai 1ctiowle4f saba asaScolt by him as Burburr King tbat stod atMO I at tarat 75 this sea on Why tkB tkluk f It te bIo of what5a rephe ktkat Si Mitlia JLJB ka ih ps colrstosellfrotuthetltthaa MiJwr I pjaranging frpai 100 to J212 p I Mol o FkearI by iipkp the great trotting fcoeliaa A ark d24Sbeen a mile la 2 18 a bautiful bey2wbiteft He Wloeandshigh Botincngconnaaght Bouncing Caunauglit ippoft XafWi a ihestnutiiprrel three white Jett zass as Ins a your eyes overcast wpoei fes hdr tiiHlfiHi aee Be sure atti cf kirn Ke iis a great hnj Ne1sonSv Neln li Imported German M 14 lialil V sI 1400 lbs with good action and step ges4 just tt f kiss mares and mule mares SeaiKft7 Bill Gc beI Bill Goebel the jjremt aa H JaciCb needvAQ tfcbecaue you all kn w him awl have beard of Wvi be a irof halc rrelt niujsa best qolocoa erth 8 ven l j melD fall stllin r from 115 to 1150 A 2 year old meW U Tlasale st 29712 Stonewa11a Wehave boujhthave iqit aitjsnstai or hettor known nklbyJa kti atedaasb t you anythbgabout or youk v i 5 WasZ 4 heardofthe10OtiUIeSsldbyk1- Uentlemen I ca say with aaftty avd aa a Will back me npthatweksivetwj tf the btM the country Inpjtcewlte ITCMHB tfuie e 8iM it in other countries twlI rtslpur Sock to old wa ingtoa mulis Jackawi1l stau4atS for betse ui11 10 f Sonewui zsguit a goo Jetiett Jack 4Will lie gild o nvw you er sjteck instte TfO ftlpKl b5ffla talivv toa HI t if Apirll hi 1huskm JJ patrou1 e tt tt lt will c tI- malnhV V441eM Re yoii rs Ret LaB4Ki Th Act1M4It T i Iji The hotel ptt M + nin tftini tliut V VuVPKnjlHhd g a4 VigfaKer ing to tJu ollle Wari n Kyiliitoia c ud Iis watikteioiW tatmurder inri wpiJSJJwf ib 4 iaanckd NQ1t flhtke book a4 Mn towtftd the S That tM rf 4 j HMC Jot net the bang ofi wdus 5eth ae tk ae P11iU tote k Hbtrtti4 t1Ite-Ngepttthev alst4I7taIDtIl mwre X cn do for 6 stLYeutlis Xompanloa I Thn rnnry- FcsrN b ML ThUW1t1ISSILEL- GVA2TU ATIDLOTO3 oa xqm Ba7UIID3D r T F T v G T BURTON MWOBNT DENTIST TETfH EXTRACTED fTHT PAtH ttt7 = 1Ii MI rIWqtk strictly JJp l ccA1 k lJiit L fltfati idSisNt f p qsDrabOsI I JIfi 3 3ijrj1LjJOfl tt L DIii i T i OcsThN us a4eGa N 4 iii WFGRtGSBYk t ATYSYAT LAW r ziDr 1NATT m it b over Rea Groi Bri iff t OceboraWytL1OOw k1Z t W 5 pm o l Y MN1MAYfS flffillli iDl I il lIEmOIMUlMEB t TELEPHONE i DAYte NSQHT 74C 1 t rJ 1ftju wuL the 8e j FLOUR t 1YOIIrI grocer for t fWasbinDtOIl s 0flD tt SMgfIIhice 4 l1flkftUl d bl IfJ tliJr1xied qatJ 1 Jlicht market o pric3 for gr in LAE MI Y ts tt aMa 11FtrTln KNittyt liWllliattO ahiol aM II 11t PS 7s14 M4 MtHNT CUM L UM ft Wfcr MItJJ ai M JJinrti Haydoa 6tRberfsoll IjJIL I f i j 1jj EIIcEvsyeH I fbmsrE4N o vr fuccspIlie OJlitt fl I PUR8iUI tY r fw G sk We II 1 U j it = i I atcssiLJ- aa ieeIS ur Lmi CrNm YEI Sow RJtJEtyr r uTIIE GHHMOI9 FAVOMfE TBMCL- J IMITTt Mi The eSIIKiaB MK OtlkV Of BaitersSnow Liniment Co- T a tOVI MO- SRED DRUGSTORE IiiiJ jjlfa JlI TUUL cal IIafi MiIii irlt ret 10j DlN t Th PrUiit ad Ltst1 nAbmtYIIr1tT iJct taItC PrUiMi T0PIPQ II a if IfII I t IIJlr il IfI MM A CARD i I 1 W1 tlIOf trHt JJW8 LAflahe s4vd a ICOtlc Tteetioa with iapap r bariAff oU nr inMrWi ill the busines tnMcMra 1peao- ol JritgR osjgph pouR who will preside TfirtieiM4ni of the paper tm the fatort it lk a matter ofa ia 9 7ccrc4i tbat I hebeen o bj ill hekUh tOrtirfII irW ciy bvekMM Ifoi the UnM beia and jbj dispose ofthet llKlfsIaEJcrjER to Which Ihadl bcoa fondly attached flow tyer 1M feel that tbeiinterests of the slI lMBCrib rs and patrons of jbt NKW8LEADEK will be w llc Ukemcarn of Our successors MtMra Ho and Polin are young I w llNUi E4fOrtIie basi r ee which Lh yhaviuhaiid- Iaiid feel safe in saying hat iUi t Lb MBQO class 4 of support intbe fulwre as has beenaccor dekinthei past that the NEWS LcAOfiE will continue to prosper III rtiriagr from a position whkih has put me m more orII leescjos relationship with theII o dpop1s of SpriBgfieldi and Washiiif county i1tr is With tbekiBdeat of feelings and good wiirfbrall SiodfelYJ t E L DAVISONH t JLamp at Currys a TaJkwaretCurryst aCorySrghurnat rysI Seed corn fQrsalejrW H Leachaian rinKAeldIKtJ 1 IsFOR iKJAur nice rooms l ysr J A Shadier grocery L A BURNS Messrs waand W par t dqja sold loMrs Malisea Peyton and Charles M Thorn psbu 131 oflandfdrt 9200 oCretJ FoiSAtA good strajnpf i Indian Runner duck eggs 150 for 15 or1 80 for 225 j MRS T WILLIE SIMMS On Uri aln zht LI laistt thef stoclt j barn of bB SBtherland irned to the ground The toss was f400 with no insurancec Tom Eayi color q was tried before aJ rvin Bolipe c nrtE Saturday jBOrnmg for selling wbiskty iIn local option territory ndnd8O IDontfail tq attend the sale of the residence of J U McElroy next Saturday at 2 oclock pin At same time tie will sell some furqitnre G Boff OrpingtonEciasS 5jgs fo sale tOO for 15 or 5 per hundred Mrs E A Mclntire Spdngfielcit Ky r f d 2 Word WitS received here last week of the death in Indianapol 1t Indiana of Larry Logddn who formerly lived in this coin ty and was related IQ the Logs don family here Your money back if Hyomei bitlsjutbmar and cold thats the Red Cross Drur Store offe Complete Outfit 100 I Mis fsabell Coffee and Mr unett Wiikersott botbbf Ma ion county were marked a t the liom ofi Mr Lon Borders on li4it Sdurayftfno The eerenaony was pronounced by Rev W H Williims l Strayed from the arm ofr Har vie Kimbie some two months or tnore bpnch of 14 or 16b aciof sheep Anyone giving me re iabJf information as to their wbef aboit will bewtil paid JOHN flARLN OHRIST1E fak CMjnATone up the J1y FdbQweJs Gives JOB aa appttik and no distress ttr aiiftf It is Arntricas gr4bMc iyaesia CO05Q jMOte TiM Red Cl Dru- r OgUaThteee it 1 0 Chas AtkihsoB of Bbkrdb4own was ia Springfield ritilbodin a special term of the Washington Circuit Court to try the act Qnin Equity of Bj Ijucat again t 1tt 1 Ib ll the suit inVQ ilrJ of Mr Lucas for ironing feediagt and driving Mr Ho wells a mare Eater and bWse KiiPlt The case consu m dy w ho1ay1andreeuUed1n a verdict of 21550 for the plantiff inthLA diftcMtliy occured Ole section Springfield known 1 HocVertown on Tuesday I morning between famous Nad Hardin and one Amos Twigg Twigg arcerdinsr to reports was ihreatenmg Nad with a pis ttlwben he Naqwrestedit rom him and begauf shooting at Jiiaf with it Hardiji was arrest ed and held under bond for his appearance today to answer aJ another1without MiflineryOpeuinglJrsIp have on display on Fridayand Saturdayt April 2 an13ffull line of trimmed andreadylI 6 weei7 Hats att her store over the Peoples Deposit Bttvlr Give her a call Mr G Carlton Guy presented the Cry Baby to a welP filled house at the Springfield Qpera House Friday Tne play contrary to expectations from the manner in wbjch it had been reported wasi gqod morallplay containing nbihing that could offend anyone rid was entertaining through fallf I Manager Leo Hay don has sucj ceeded itubringing several good shows tothe Opera Hcfuse tbtsI and what iXbetter thor leading troops will come yet a M Campoell reports C6un y Court diy Monday as being I well attended and lots of stock on themarkei AbAW15Ohead- f cattle sheep hogs mules and II horses He reports the follow ingl ldsI10 short 2 year old steers 30 jfer head 11 short tov year od sters 2750 per head 10 long yearlings 2405 per head 18 long yearlings 271 per head 14 lone yearling heifers 2155 per bead 9 calves 15 2Q per head7- alves 14 55 per head 3 calves 14Oper head 1 springer heif- r3O spring heifer 2775 1 cow apd calf 36 75 t cow and call 3250 1 cow 2aCO 1 w 24 50 13 ye rold newbroke Jack 30250 1 ra vhQrsei8 1 maze 4 year old 91 lymare 70 1 mare 4 tear old 120 1 mire 76 lieaged livery horse S70 50 one mare 75 1 lot hogs 235 per head Sues For Divorce Mrs Margaret Leach man Norman daughter of Mr and MisWJEf Laohman of this place filejksuit last Wednesday at ISashvilks Tenn againbtier husbao C E Norman for di vorce alimony and the custody o their child on the grounds of cruel treatment The defendant is a commercial traveler and various incidents are related of his cruel treatment at their home rat Nashville Mrs Norman states in her petition that thet defendant took their child away froth their apartments and de elared that she should never fiee the child again and on one occa sion she was compelled to siP up all night They were marriedI at this place on June 7 1906 f Wills Probated ISAt the regular March term of the Washington Count Court Monday the following wills were probated fJohnA Sympson who after iu1 eiaaTeeth extracted Flth 1outj1 jWhj tIfI I t Done la thisi office Is firstclass r in every reSpect and just as ad I vertlsed ij I Y STHLlARDDDSi Springfield Ky 1 MM providing for tne payment of debts devised 2000 i in land conveed by dead to Robert L Sympson fn full of his share 2000 to Annie E Gr pYtlOOO to each of his children Arthur and Hall The residue of his estate asde isedto his Jive children Edna Euben Alma William and Henry Sympson John Moore who after pro viding for the payment df debta devjsed and bequeathed all hisj property to his wife Serilda ab solutely 1 Peter Shehan who after pro viding for the paj ment of debts devised all his j roperty to his wife during her li eI Sunday School institute Rev L P Lea ell ol Oxford Miss will hold ininstitutB at thft Bap iswh1 cb on next Sat urday and Sunday On Fridaynigbt he will speak pn Young PeoplLs Work At the close of his address stereop tican views of the proposed new building will be thrown on the screen The services will commence at BO Saturday morning and continue until noon The afternoon ession wilLoinmenceat 2 and close at 430- Sunday morning Mr Leavell will speak on Teacher Train ing on Sunday afternpon on The Teachers Meeting and on Sunday right on The Adult Movement Leavell s a Sunday fNroivprker of national repu tation and those interested in Sunday School cannot afford to miss hearing him Aill are very cordially invited to attend faster Sale The ladies of the Methodist Church will have an Easter salt of dressed chicks hams pies caker ett en Saturday April 10th Leave your orders with iMisi Minnie McClelland at Mrs Williams Mflinery store j t A Card of Thank Mr and Mrs TJ Miller ex tend their heartfelt gratitude to their Protestant as well as their Catholic friends for their kindness and sympathy in their re cent bereavement Furniture for Sale L A handsome suit genuine Wal nut furniture consisting of four pieces bed dresser Nwashstand and table marble top Call on or addressiJ C MCELROY SprinsfieldKy Nbticl feauffmany Mpyer Arnold Enterprise lures for sale They stand fur alj that can be asked for In the b ggyli4e Mo gul wagons Disk Harrow Corn Planters Tobacco Setter and the American Field Fence the best fied fence cn he market in aU sizes from the 55 inch face made In No 1 top and bottom and No 9 intermedial wire and stage inl the 26 inch hog fence and the best poultry fence on the market at 40 cents per rod A 0 KIMBXLL Killswpvdhe Slaer A merciless murderer is Appendicitis with mdny victims But Dr Kings New tltePiU kill it by pre vention They gently stimulate stomach liver and bowels prevent ing that clogging that invites ap pendicitis curing Constipation Biliousness Chills Malaria Head ache and Indigestion 25c at Haydoa and Robertson 44 J44- tit Millinery Openingg j i I APKL23 1 5 v An exclusive line of Pattern and Trimmed Hats Will be shown on Friday t HSaturdaY April 2 and 3 fEVER D INVITED i MRS KATE WILLIAMS I j w J MILLINERY DISPLAY 11 APRIL 2dand3d-m 3 V f Newest creatforts in trimmed and g tailored hats Ladies of the toynand 8 cpu ntylnyited to irspectmyi stock MISS KNOTTIupdedprmpu FEFROONAL t tIMiss Nannie Thompson of PlEasaut roVe and yisitot Missi Bue Sweenhy of Louisville wore in town Friday Ii Miss Ethell fush bas returned to her home itf Chaplain after a j visit to Miss Laura Shehan- Mrs W F Trusty and chil dren have returned honce after a i visit to her mother inNewFope Mr W L Cambron of New Hope is visiting friends bereI MrJ I Wimsett of Louis vile spent a few daTa herewith relatives Mrs Winsett whoJ has spent several weeks here returned to Louisville with him Misses Bertha H ydon and Myrtle Price are visiting at St Catharines Mi John Spalding of Bards town was in town Sunday anal1OCtown Sunday Mrs Dudley Tappi and lchil1 dren are visiting in Fairfiel Messrs Logan Bosl y and G- Ray t Goodin were ia town Fri day Messrs Evan Hagail and Louis Kelly were jn Lebanon Sunday J J McCabe of Louisville is visiting his family here Robert Simpson of Bardstown attended court here Mondiv Mr Tom Hamilton oC Fred rickstown was here Morday Ntr Phil McOhord of L ban on is visiting here Mrs Garland Thompson of Louisville is visiiing relatives here Price visiting friendsMabel w 1I at Pleasant Grove Mr GeoBeg man isin Divans villa Indiana at the bedside of his fatherinlaw who is very iiu r Frank Moore the son of our fire chief has returned froth Louisville He has decided that Springfield is good enough for him LitHe W EJrtliesotfpff Mr and Mr Bud Pope is seriously irl f Mr Albert Kimball is on a business trip to Danville Mr J Aj Boulware who ha b dan extended trip in Florida returned last night He seems to have been greatly benefitted by his trip and is enthusiastic in regard to the Florida c imate Mrs FredMaoget is visiting parents here Mrs E S Gates of Lpu1sr yule is visiting Mr and Mrs E tt Davison Dr and MrsJ H Hopper were called to Perryville last week to attend the funeraLof Dr Hoppers cousin Mrs Mary Rotjards tllmgerandIlittle daughter have Louisville after a two weeks visit to her aunt Mrs J L Allen Mrs Annie Riney near town is quite ill s Mr BoukerSansbury oLouis vtlleis Usiting relatives In this caurity MrG D Duncan and netce little Anna KimbalL returned from Cincinnati Sundaynight Mr Will Sple mal and Miss Virginit Ralty were visiting Maud Tuesday afternoon Iin Miss Ella McAtee of Lebanon is visiting Mrs Kate Wathen Mr Joe Wvcoff who ihas been keeping bnoks for the American Tobacco Company here for sev eral months has returned to hisi home at Mackville Mr Gather Hatchelt and wife spent Sunday with pat nthohave recently moved near Dan ville Mr Richard Spalding has en tered school at Bt Marys Col lege Mr GJB Medley returned tot 6 aensboro Tuesday vV Miss Virginia Lisle andt Mr Charles Bohon of Lebanon were ttin Sprjngfiela Monday irnWycoff b s accepted a1oeitionwith NH Pntnam and Co at Lebanon Mr Parker Medley returned to school at St Mary Monday MisS Emily Bvrde and ObIS and Ed Russell are spending several lays with Bob Russell in Louisville Miss Susie Moor hj r turn ed horned from a Visit to relatives in Bioointield MrsiJ rn1ledand relatives in Louisville i Messrr R C Cheiytatid Frank Simpson and Mr Boone Rapier of B rdstowD spent Mon dhre Mr Joe Wycoff spent several lays in Louisville 1atweekt Mis Lavania PCoonor has returned to her home at Pleas ant Groveafter a visit to Miss Pearl Edeien- Mr A BvHatillGy Bloomfield was hereMonday iMr Jim Isham of Harrods spent Mqndayhere 3frt Jessie Rapier of Bards town suent Sunday in town Miss Pearl Campbell is able to be out again after being ill for alew days Mr Charlie Haydon of Louis ville was in town Wednesday Mrs Lawrence Odiniel pfLf banou visited tsJW Kelly the first of she week Bob Robards has returned IMr hdme at HenderspnvilleY N C t Miss Minnie M CieUand re turned from Louisville Monday after spending two weeks jn the wholesale millinery house Mrs Kate Williams spent Wsdnesclay and Thursday m Louisville on business Miss Pearl CUy PPM has re turned from a visit to her sister Mrs John L Offutt at Bloomfield Mr and sJR Claybrooke and family have returned to their country home a1tir spend lug tbb winter in town Mr Clem SBill of Lebanon was here Monday Mr W Mack Miller abel wife of Bar town visitel Mr and Mrs J S Claybrooke Sunday and Monday f Notice We are pleased tV announce that Mr A C Kimball sgouik tc opens carriage wagon and sign paint shop at the old Cae11 stand He has secured the ser vices of Mr Shanks of Louis ville who comes highly recommended Any work left with him will be promptly done at reasonable price Notice All persons having claims against E C Cox assigned will present same pr perty provento- tLe undersigned All persons indebted to tht above will please pay same promptlySL A BURNS t Asstpnee WRECKED VESSELS II DlffleultlM That ItMt the W rk F Jhe Salvrs What It means to salve a wr ck Ila something that few outside of prac tical seamen can properly appreciate The wreck Is a ponderous unwieldy mountain of steel and oak weighing between 3000 and 12000 tone oftea dangerous for any vessel to approach and this must be lifted bodjly ucI floated from the decks of pttcklnf stable scows and barges rW wwefc may t e submerged beneath ffteea fc thirty feet of water and so stbr 1It that dIvers must go dowa pd erect temporary repairs before It can braised It may be a wreck so shat tered that It Is sot worth raising is that the wreckers work coftstots mere ly in plowing up the hmli ad removing it as a naMes to Mtvlfatiom Qr the vessel may be fairly httacV bit gunk too 4eep to akt attesipt at raismg ainab1et wreckers week consisting in salving visible care Often the wreck Is one tfot svbmnfed at all A ship way KTt Jrwi on to a rest where it lies jws e a crag and stern aloat risIng tnd falliog on the ocean swell povodtAg inwrttog and pouncHag until the very eeeaB hottest lei IKIHS gradually btok W pfeces Or affata the wwck BMT that of a steamer whkh hM Its nose shoreward IB itoc imtg bewh 9wlDta firrew tJaroilPtIIat yieldteg head and Mter comtaff te a rtI tJttlII is stwcfc fitmh b t Ik ad djfy a helpless vfcftm 10 th MXt torIIijcoinN screechlog up the ccast wWs breakers against her and crowdlfle Ten higher 1ipon the ae- kjstpp ta t i 4Il A tI 1 f I J EARI t 1jbout the SPE IALBjJu vtareofferilldoi a few by reading the 1Ist wS l it iteaII Begu1arva1u 5Qc Bargain Price c fcAll Wool 50inch Broaai blue or brow j ao1d IIFor L50aiidl25 J j j IS69P- 0148is rc A co f for La1i s r- oysCIc4hiag rg ii lIbak prk or 69 WE U iivrlfJc ctJYtl wiq pay liass shrunk for w- sesis3ctbeyui T1st r I mi1It i I tIS I wqs t 1 NEW SPRING GOODSj i 9 T ARRIVING DAILY S e our Extensive tua of ROOInSfZP iRUgS Mattings anrf Wall Paper I t RobertsonClajbroo CO 1i SINqoRPoeAT l yriITH i l i Buy Good Oonf6CtADs j i l v 1 fl 4 i IiSelYM Mlitto fruuIuun tof y W quality our tt i1efi J j i L Fruits CIa ISuIt Cdetkjs FreshBreadBIWDaily4L iIi 1 r4 5 1ow fwf t piredatrtiia tai driisks l iilat 1 r 4 tr i goodoidhorneatyl Yt f t t I J r i riOrteralways frt 1c J7 i f t i4 i J I1ertkinsCoeco 3 ffI s UTE QT1BI IRIL Pre L t 4 s fl tt ttt + IJOlt 1 j It PUMPS tirq It r P rurnRstftS 4 p f IjLiLP51I I 44- I HtCh6t Ai4iMI fThey now vaoewU 6CrUHco them cheap Theya1eI carry V 1c Iineof5r d i I HARDWARE IIsuchat kinds any rrrail brand bo Alo es made ne fiIof STOVES ever in thetownS field Besureto alland gt prIoe I 4 j We guarantee cjqr c TiBftjPiumbing WorkH and IJlgt prompt service I IItItCWAi u gwSdWOd r 59LfH3vIVg IIO4F0LEflU0NET4AR 1114ippiLg p AcpI1 aQ Ours Sold Prsvssts hsuit r r I EASYTOMfcfW rIIN IM jKBU VaslnU pps WY ssq psepi bsv is eR fri Nw uisshlchssskIto ismedy Jot b ck ridr r baddr i it1r p enltt r it spoz iM I disaer t OMteskspoond largoss oOs Compound ldlp IcpsrftLa1 thrsss 0IIUIi0N v be II La s boiUe aid tske t iott pqpcf l aoMs tfUc sack- i Ml dasinMbs4tme A Uk wadrttCKte btrt at Wr lfrtW11 pw npiion stated tfaai the IsI1disIltftr and rrsaWob1t jc c it tis any good pretcnplion 0 eciM aiziure would t be r9p lfMhtocI He farfe uW tort wJiir Ibl i 1 pdpUon oft n irescribed- jiL in f MDtic affliction with j irisuliaf he could isa- 80 1 d fcpt Wi r tt4Ot kidney and if rtaarysb s aod backache- S It a a p o hr action tipoo 4tb k14sy bsre c1ensin mc important organs tt3t aM bspIuughsm to 4tt Juklfill W ucla MM WoU be fpil ackte ma pas4 aktar which cause lJ t sic sass M d Mfftrifif Those Oti rssIeris bo suksr ciaf iW misske in giving it ano l kt i i rJiiyYWIMi HW OtMrT wJi i t tju tIr4A flJLiL ossry Xvig Ii J- ari i Iliy tot bj dwotiiB by ftrt- iaitIhiI aaalRT the i 0 p lII whick W Sk I himHW e w r I ft tjo4 wltt vfctttn eard he say t M7r wfl f5 IMo cr tadm k lIf i rapsth jB viren frlowk offeitee nf aM japd tradoapiopte MMeitteff erodes s 1 T fcf eHrBatiBa With eveh w Ii l11Imt M fettows Tog hair k had jfc hooecabie disaster Mys p t =4 vrbtaes I 7J = caaid Piue a l JITn iy ixeast ttnteei It Jc Wy M ferTO the mav if p l 1 tar aa = f t 1 Mjr 1 aifi fleteOiM tat ywi t RJ t jMt ee to call OIl e 5rpo Ttank t1 very iHcIJ k f t i 1111 bIy xca nie for betag M eiIa yg tM fried i reqtrM fMAt iia ceIIVM 4 ii us reJIII 5be Iaild aecorapaay li 1a ie M hritJaa QwlMl j i jwpefttiac tbe pfocxf abo t ffty f Abowt i edewe two forelciMfT if 3t tps fM rnext duty whkk- j ektd ipo4tag to alltJte Ja c sectiaboat lfty It i ri tMadY 12 oclock at night when 7J uiVjaMgy tor wag completed butt iiTtd 0u1 iwf YMtor caHpf at 2 oclock to 5the alBf Callers began copter te it 0 ocfock awl kept oa earning tZly Purlug the day we received h ay Tlritan and paid tweatySIgbt or TIM rsIIOf aU tkIi tt i t wftk our othee tazkiJaclud1a tMpvjsa of the itreamef rJilters w k 3sid a whose week te better q 1 Ied than de crib- edAdaiaftrthIreaadforthrect t iaju jiWc ncpl afrem aW over Gifa a o CMItMaU kept KiIIg1 j trem tbkMiIss and pree jr t eak4 aid t aM other arti 0 r iis WcIIeeiraTalltbekIad CkkagoNe1fLB If- it N HD1iwirSeemc la Losdea i 4sesIIy tfe Pall Mall there i thte 7aMctMt Qt the japarIea r ao 11H1agf jerttit a d1ner with a certain mill oo a4rrf at that tIme coBiparaUrely tin iQMwn The iret gisef to arrive say Iixtija 14 se kitlettbat heinz 1u1nW4 witk a4c hfxit be would l wM till aowe e1se catae w Qcord 1k two rr W I4ard IB tile hall Iad WM fo tb aame predlca S1 were thue third fourth fifth q Mi etier gaIt Ip tp the alatfe who cesd toVe the eminent personage 4 r tIt Upoo the dU me1l1gXpblMd to MM he cheejrfally Mid Oh ic aMit with ael 1 will Lztredwct- a alL I knflw him f si ttsr91 Emulsionir e f Cod5 ned6i withjpoalways be awJJhIjjIId f r the liaNsaet I ieaise aty mcbcr i4asIyIbM aM cokt 4 IeLliFf r I iHBectttt eIf tike cMI e d4Mie sod icWy it i1 iJ SmthsmmiandweL ftWBZatheier fit antherkIosIngeshasidbsc 1 Iff1It sItMthe ze ia f f LoviTJtjtJi PIfED Maty Hatoif i1ht waa a farmer 1ss4smel1 ways aadaIthhtcIdaffor expeuatre dr fs Wi qt M jt bet GLIC fch ed c toai Marj wfa bj im aD iDo JUf IthWa oir jtr D ik iMr tai a wealthy city sMrchfurt and eI 1Ir7 ifiw niaten the waa JIl fc JPM th winter Mirath a- tteknt hooae on Murray hill JdeUklchliMllMr fit kc aad jewelJlt fce tJht dtQ Wf4p Aunt Delia I fcojtiy fcawl about hr Ytaapely shoulder andJet them tnty gracEfully over the velvet cartMki to fM th dainty lace ajalast tM iefcar white and pink of her ex IiMJtene1tIiomIi Annt elk escovrafed the girl la She arrayed ler lto the meet ant Introduced her bito society and was proud of hHBIUon her rare tovell B M txcitod Mary thoughts are ist expressed by reading ovet her sisters shoulder the ettr that she received eosiewhat later Thbrsteter Ixraiaa was theM est jrery pialm and very good Nary confi4e4 In Her without reserve Door 11101 that Vqu were herelBut- 1H wouldnt enjoy Ih all a3 I do r pun te my element HaatyThaJibtodolaMlx M a Jcliif daughter lhe will hay k ot although I rebel for shame Lofc rJearI c B MVOT dew liy plain jhreiiei aaate tot wkloyor to yea alone that 1 havo two adayreni Of course there are 1018 or M or 4aalor roadjr to do hoqiate flirt or caVry wrap but there Mat11ffloyQftea per foot AdMte 01 Lou he I HlRCa ellUko him evor much He s a goatlOMiMf tut aiai notwlth BIlYSuatF r f flia auut yev know OtteaA WllleueThby the ether candidate opinionM4Beer Bwt thea he la a Millionaire and IJlsfUlUWhat would you MY sister mlae if you aw your pot bkudag with dlamorfis anti loUetatWMtwtetor at Mrs WIlloughbys elegatat aMMtoa ua riding through the Contra oaric boUad a pair of magnificent bays Sail this and mere if I marry the money bant Wtot shall I dohow dodde Send TOia homily quickly dear Lout Ob dont I know well what that will bel Stick to your idnclplMary whateter P 1I think even you could not help jofeg pleased with Clifford Mason There i sovtethlrig grand and noblel about him WiKfovghby sent her costly bouquets ua MeiBod to live but for her smiles yet with a womans intuition she tewthat bescath Ills coartly manner JMTB was a hard selfish nature but he thought that he loved her as much is be loved anythui beyond his own pleasure and Comfort tier hearjt lingered llovingly upon the tuMulT words of Clifford Mason I am poor darI1gbt I could labor cheerfully for you for I love you he askttlberself Do I love Gliead WflkHBghby If be were poor or ill wwild T ibe winiasrto work for him Ooss4 1 accept of Shabby gentility ts4 wear winds over dresses for his sake It he should lose his wealth Co JdI he aftrme toying wife alL the sce7 Gflead is not a man to die for a tgd1etorshe longlaesaastempttIoillltoaalre And when the struggle was ended and love had triumphed over ambition it was a tluHtot Joy when she prom teed Clifford Mason to behlIiJ own true loving wife in povertyV or riches In skkness or in health nasullorlousdny in June when these true lovers were married at the rfd farmhouse where she had passed the happy days of childhood but she was quite content when her husband told her that he had provided a plain comfortable horn In New York city It was evening when they arrived and when the carriage stopped before n stately mansion on Fifth avenue and Aunt Jella came out In the hall to welcome them she felt as If it was a pleasant surprise Could it be pose his after all that her proud Aunt Eastman meant to forgive her for the Serious fault of marrying a poor man And whon she had finished a tour of examination through the liouse and duly admired the decorations of the rooms each perfect in its way she rofigrafmlated her aunt upon the 9ssesflioji of so finea mansion I loved the dear Old plate on Murtay hill she said because It was there that I a1kDp you regret bavhts rejected the millionaire for the sake of one who has but a loving heart and willing hands to offer your Inquired her hus band BI own that t was tempted Cliff but you see love triumphed Clifford Mason wound blJnusI around bet and looking into her beau tiful face radiant with loVe and haP plness Mtd Thea welcome home dear Mary foe yro are sole mistress here What she exclaimed In astonish stsmt Will onl1ot love me Just asuwell foe having deceived you For this Is tj11r01li pan that you will have to put up with the Incmrabranc of my millions after alL in the Wrong Place Do you admInister free gaS here isked the stranger as he watered the leatal parlor No sir answered the attendant YCN are IB tbe wrong place The ba- rie IMO Ik nextdobrCh1cago NevI Hat as Aids to Matrimony The wise woman IS as careful about the choice of a hat as she Is about the ehol of a hubandWbe celebrated author who uttered this dictum may have exaggerated a little but not much AM allow me a woman to tell you solemn men whom I see sneer lug at the frivolity of say sex that Dften the cleverest among yn chooses 1 wIfe for no better reason thin that tthewmaB thus selected has herself chosen A becoming bntJ Mme C De Brpwtclles in Grand Magazine Uoorf RoMn Why The Woman pater Can you ex JlJiM why Jt Is that a woman hardly ever thanks a man for giving her his 4i li a street car The XAt Hater lyalr1 Its hecawe W kardly zt tteCHlt ce Brooklyn Life i SMmee Got K iMthet any tereiceiN 10411- the wssatktl ad jH- tIMr Mr Maiprbp e repilei Mr Malaprop tl4 the other Io Kecord1Ura 4 CURES IM5IGESTION MD lr w From Stomach I mai V JIn Five Minute Take your sour stomachbr ratjb Ton caOl It Indigestion Dyspepsia Gastritis or iG tarrh of Sionawch it dpespt Q18teriI take yoiir slomacb trouble right with 700 to you Phirmaist and ask him to open a 50cetit case of PapeV Diapsrn nnd let you eat on 22gram Triangale arid see if within gve minutes there is left apy trace of yjur stomach misery Thfe correct name for your peoaFermentalionIfudsourin g ns become wrak there is lack 6f gastic juice yourfoQd is only half digested and you be come affective with loss of appetite press re4and fullness nf tor Beating vomiting nausea bOtIS1tenderness pation pain in HmbS sleeplpss ness tfelchinp of gas biliousness sick headache nervous ness dizziness1 and many other similar symptoms If you appetite is fickle apd nothing tempts you or you belch gasorifyiu feel boated after eating or your food lies like a lump ogead kon your stom ch you can make up your mind that at the bottom of all Ihis there i4 bat One cause fermentation of undigEstei food Prove foPyourseff that your stomach is as good as any that there is nothing really wrong Stop this fermentation n and be gjn eating what you want with utfearQf discomfort or misery Almost instantrell f is waiting lot you Ibis merely a matter of how soon you xtake a little Diapepsin J THi HUMAN jRAGE Will Man Simply Shrink Off the Fag of the Earth 1 A French statistician whoIas been studying the military and other rec ords with a view of determnlningthel height of men at different periods has reached some wonderful results Jrehfs not only solved some per plexing problems in regard to the past of the human race but Is also epabled to calculate its future and to deter mine the exact period when ma n will disappear from the earth The recorded facts extend over near ly three centuries It is found that in 1010 the average height of man in Europe was 175 meters or say five feet nine Inches In IDIJ820IDI tbreequarterinchesl It la easy to deduce from these figures t rate of regular and gradual decline in human stature and then apply this working backward and forward tQ the pst and to the future By this calcu httion It is determined that the staturv Of the first men attained the surpris ing average of sixteen feetnine inches Truly there were giants on the earth In those days The race had already deteriorated in the days of Qg and Gol athwasa quite degenerate offspring of the giants Coming down to later time we find that at the begin fling of our era the average height x f man was nine feet and in the time ot Charlemagne it was eight feet elghf inches But the most astonishing re wIt of this scientific study comes from the application of the same Inexorable jaw ot diminution to the future The calculation shows that by the year 4000 A D the stature of the average man will bfe reduced to fifteen inches At that epoch there will be only mHo putlans on the earth And the conclusion of the learned statistician Is Irresistible that the end of the world will certainly arrive for the inhabit ants will have become so small that they will finally dis4ppearfinlshby disappearing as the French Idiom ex presse Ilfrom the terrestrial globe Ldndon TitBitsS Headache For Years I I keep Dr Miles AntiPain Pills on hand all the time and would not think of taking a journey without them no mat ter how short a distance I going I have a sister that amI had terrible headaches for years and I coaxed 1r to try them and they helped her so much she now keeps them by her all cXper1encet enough MRS LOU M CHURCHILL HIMaJ1ypersorthe any little excitement or ex attendIjng Those whb suffer in this way should try Dr Miles Anti f ain Pills They give almost instantj relief without leaving any disagreeable aftereffect as stomachJl sense br relief followf eir use feet a package irpm YQurd g gist Take it tccdrjiJngto directions and it it dofis not benefit heill1 return yourmoney a PEOPLE OF THE DAY Tue Presidents Erotheriniaw ttDouglas Jlobmson of New York who comlpcriminal libel is a brotherinlaw of President 1posevelt The charges were made At the linvltutlon of District Attorney Jerome The alleged libel consisted In enneefig the name of Mr nobtar son with participation in the proceeds of the sale of the Panama Canal for 40000000 Mr Robinson it Is understood took the step as a citizen of New York DOUGLAS BOBBTSOX without regard to the inquiries before Ithe federal grand Jury in NoW York and in Washington His sole desire it Is said was personally to resent the alleged attack upon his good name re mayboInstitutedMr Robinson Is a large opera tor in real estate In New York and is reputed to be wealthy He Is also con nected with banking and street rail way enterprises and at present is one of the receivers of the Metropolitan Street railway His wife Is a sister pf President Roosevelt The Peoples ChoicerSenator La Follette was talking in Madison about crushing monopolies These concerns he said lIve on the people and therefore they try to flatter and delude the people Thoj pretended that It Is on the peoples sufferance that their existence do pends lInt this really Is not the truth The people have no choice In the mat ter The senator smiled The people and the corporations he said remind me of a lady and bet little boy I wits lunching at this 1a dys house ortv diy There was a very large thklien and a very smalt duck on the to hie and the lady pout Jng with the rrvIu Uulfe raised said Johnny vlilch Will you take chicken or Mrki Duck fJpcil Johnny But tho mother shook her head 4No Johnny she said in a IIrmyOt- kiiidly voice Take your choice dir ling take your choicebut you cant have duck Minneapolis Journal Chief Engineer at Panama According to Lieutenant Colpncl George W Gocthals chairman of the isthmian canal commission and chief engineer of construction vessels will sail through the canal by 1915 Time engineers who accompanied Mr1 Taft to the isthmus having decided that the Gatun dam was safe anti in favorer a locI system work will now be pushed hard The decision of the viej Itihg engineers means that Colonel Goothals and the present administration of the canal are thoroughly SU8l OBOKQB W GOETHALS talned The Inspection Of the Qatun dam was time chief purpose of the visit to the IsthmUs of President Elect Taft Colonel Goetbals succeeded John F Stevens ns chief engineer of the Pan nine canal early in 1007 He is a na lvo of Kew York and fiftyone years old Upon his graduation from West Point In 1880 ranking second In his class he was assigned to the corPS of cngln ers Since then ho has been lu change of many important engineering works notably the Tennessee river improvements Heserved in Cuba dur lag the war with Spain and ou his re turn was assigned to West Point In command of the engineer corps Jrom IBrin until appointed to his present OHI he was a member pf the genera HtaCf of time army f CannibalismAccording French review there are three crfuses for can nibSUsm It is duo either to necessity pleasure or fashion Twlenty per cej r of the cannibals we lejjrni eat their dead to honor them TIe ancient Tl let ns belonged to thjs jlass This lIs sentimental anthropophnby Ninefeeu jicr cent eat their great warriors to obtain their Courage This Is deslg noted egotistic nnthropoijhagy Twcn tynlne per cent eat human flesh tt iunlsh their enemies and 32 per con because it is the fasbian or because they xjoftsjder the flesh Bavory lP fllnnapolls news Fat ingerWhS- A medical gentleman writing In Comoedla explains that the physical massiveness of the majority pf famious Bingc rs conies mainly Jfrom abnormal development of the luiigs We must confess that we had been underth ii nresstont tthat Itwas due to a laud bie effort to make grniid oi era amuc lng Punch iL hj x It 1 Builds ForC 121 oUrff I F Hz J IkE ARE TAUUNZ BY GREEN GR1tI 17 2 HINTS FOR Careful Woodcutting OJhe quantity and quality of the product from the farm wood lot can be Improved by simple methods easy of application says the American Cul tivate If a growth of young trees Is starting no htock should be allowed to graze 4n the wood lot When cutting- Is done care should bo taken to thin Out the undesirable growth Jnstead of selecting the best trees and those which produce wood which splits easily the crooked scarred and broken topped trees should be taken and those which are crowding the good trees or are overtopped by them The desirable growth cannot be taken all at once but should be removed In several rather light thinnings Atten Uon should be given not only to the liuality of thi trees left but to their ability to properly shade the ground Open topped trees like birches and 1lOplnrsrequl e a lighter thInnIng than beech and hard woods It Is simply a mutter of a little good judgment In the amount of thinning4 A Great Jersey Cow The Jersey coW Adelaide of Beech Imdslnst year SCO days produced 153721 pounds of milk containing 84902 pounds of fat TIle test Vas theOregonHer average percentage of fat for the year was 5450 and the fat Is equivalent to 099 pounds 89 ounces of butter and 85 per cent fat Just think of It 15572 pounds of nllklntheyear averaging 5450 pet cent taU It takb41 i Jersey cow and a good one to exhibit such a combination If we should compute butter as was done In the daisy demonstration test at the St Louis exposition the overrun for this grade of milk being 1182 we would credit Adelaide of Bcechlands with 41004 pounds of butter 83 per cent fat National Stockman and Farther Crowding nAcre A Kansas farmer lS carrying on an Interesting experiment on his own account to test the possibilities of an acre says tho American Cultivator 10 the first crop being winter spinach It Is fig ured that the crop will be out of the way in thestIngln time to set out nlants grown In the hotbeds and green houses The plan is by careful study to keep the grounds occupied the longest possible period with haying crops A rec ord will b6 kept of the labor cost and the results are likely to be of interest as showing something of the method that will need to be practiced In future times when land becomes scarce and Iigh Roots For Stock Feeding Alpocd root ctjllar Vvould prove an excellent Investment on many farms With the cm of cOrn silage we have come to underestimate the value of Jrninwith ImportantI colts and horse particularly mud can be snvfd by a liberal use of roots The storage problem Is often one of the troublesome oneH but a good ron cellar quickly dispels This Where vr tatoes tire grown tho same cellar wil do Farm and Fireside Milking a Cow or Either Sie Cows are always milked from tho of or right side because they have been taught that woreA cow can bf1 milked from either side if she I brought up right but the lessons musi begin at the earliest handling pf flit heifer Milk first from one tIde and then the other mind inn short time the heifer will not mliiQ It often conle handy to milk from he left side tuc cows sjiould be traltfed to stand for it The man who will make a pet of his cow will have no trouble jxnd will get greater benefit at milking time than the one who treats eras n stranger if not an enemy Denver Field and Farm f The Dear Friends yaudevlllo Dancer When do you go on andpvilla Singer Right after the trained cats Vaudeville Dancer Goodne3s mel VlmydOntthe manager try to vary the monotOny of his acts Cleveland Leader A BAPTIST pER Eeatored to Health by Yinol tI waa run down and weak from in digestion and general debility ajsa suf fered train vertfgo I saw a cod liver preparation called Vinpl advertised and decided to give it a trial and there suite were most gratifying After talc lag twcJ bottles I regained my 1I1welltilt Church Kingston N C yinol Is not a patent inedl cine but n preparation composed of the medicinal elements of cods livera combined with a tonic Iron and wine Vinol creates a Hearty appetIte ted up the organs of digestio and kesrlch red blood Iv this natural manner Vinol creates strength for the rundown overt worked and debifltateiandl for deli cate children sad old e01J1eeFor chronic copgisj colds tod bronchitli yinol I unexcelled All wick persons la thli vicinity ar asked to try Vlnol oh our Offer to ra fund their illiosiey it it fall to Pft iat iactioB RED CROSS DRUG STORE r r1 What Is medicine for To cuie you If sick you y Jr f But one medicinei vll1 not cu t evey kind of SIbecaise iIIjJY fiiiJFanotherorgans Wtty WfiieofCarduj has proven so efficacious in most c ses of womanly HseiBe TVylfJ Mrs Win Turner Of Bartcsuejk m YI1IMl zsr d kryesrsttk rl hl J without relist My back and bead would hurtm aid J auSfrod aqosiy with baexthdssa MI took Wins of Cardul and DOW I am In good btaMu Soid eyeryvbet ta 100 bSflea p WIHTF I fetaftje WtWIhius AIlITInwrfteteHYVIKI I L i Jr Milsysar2t IlfifIfIlIfi GRADE cqERcML rilECoNMEiwz BRuNCHES INCLUDIfE alMHY IEU11FUL ATAIJM LSSOHSIH OOXKEENNG NAILGRADUATES SECURIPOSnIOMS JOVDIL Pbpp tI1i lWEUT1JiOWfADDRESs BOWLING BUSINESS UNIVERSITY Bowua FARMERS XhcrecordfbegnnSepL SARDOU AND THE SPIRIT Dramatist Wrpto and Drew Pic IThe tures While Under Control he made his reputation by writing plays Victorien Sardbu the French dramatist who was deeply Interested in spiritualism bad a remarkS able experience in taking dictation He had been interested in occult phenomena and by chance he came Into persoWaUtPa11ssYM Sardou toldthe story of his experiments in an article entitled Only the Blindly Ignorant Scott in the Delineator He said One day in my rOOm with two friends I thought I would make the little table where we had taken our coffee run about the room as II had often dona when alone Without say- Ing anything 1 put my hand on the talkie but It would not budge I tried hi vain all the time thy were then to make it nwve but to no avail A soon as they were gone I could make It do what I Pleased dvonjump clear off the floor So iI tooki up my pencil and asked But why would you riot make the table move while my friends were here The hand which held the pencil wrote They were too stupid Shortly after this I was sitting by flGtrkianparticular All of 1 sudden my hand began to work qn the paper before me with a rapidity and precision which astonished me And it kept this up for close to two hours The result was n fantastic piece Of work drawn Jii delicate lines fine almost as a spIllers web and at the bottom a signature Bernard Pal sy What fa It I asked And my automatic hand wrote The house of Swedenborg on thft planet Jupiter This was considered as fOsl curious braT mytrlenrlBwlJO knew that personally1 yhnd no aptitude for drawing A plate was prepared anti I was given an etching tool The re suit in the same order of design was at more elaborate piece of work this time criousIy combined out of all sorts of musical terms clefs notes jbnrsand so on and tJe wholel waR desi alsoIsigned Pallssy In tact Bernard Palissy became my almost constant companion from this onI like my see ond self ANUNWASHED SPRINGE t Tho Lesson That Ended Hiis Kicks About Morning Oith3 When Enipercr Villlam II wn a small boyihk had a strong objection to being washed Ij the morning and his governess having had some unpleasant experiences with him and being In some doubt as to what sha had better do appealed to his father the then Crown Prince Frederick Frederick an swered Time next tithe he gives any trouble on this wore leave him tq his own pleasure and report toalonef Naturally It was not long before the young prince refused to go through JernessNow the boy had a little carriage end was very fojid of driving out In the mcrnlng and he generally ordered the con hman to go by way ot the Brandenburg gate It nmu ed and fluttered him to see the soldiers In the barrn k Justr In fde thepite turn out and present nrls no fhe pelr to the femplre passed tjolr virti rs Accord liujly on ithe mohiliig tof his disobedience the onler vnJRs jujual To the Brandenburg sate mid the car riage rolled rapidly thiUcr But what was the amusement tad tlie rago of the princeling on arriving there to no soldiers oxccnt those on guard an l they took hot tIme flllghteat nt tlce ot him In n toweHns jTassjtmhe order cd the coachman t rturflo the pal ace wheteJruBhing into hb fathers room he cotoplilned of the Indecent behavior of the guard and demanded their condign punjlahmunt but his father tnly smiled and sold In the gentlest volceIlFuer unge waschener prlnz Wird nlemals praesen tlrt An unwashed prince is never saluted Harpers Weekly High At Are you blind prisoner inquired the magistrate Yes yoyr worship You are chnrrrd viJlt vagrancy How did you lose you sight IByA fit of appleplexy sir Rut there Is a picture on yow breast reprcstiiUng nti explosion inn mine through which it is Stated you became blind lIow ithisr Please Yur worship I couldnt nf ford ti tinY a hartlsf us could palui ni- p1eWexIaondOir AnsnVeri Pailurb cf a Co1Ioi s Educatfafl ttaICfltmtWrbOrJI iminjimroutii wattInsense now as he bail Jjefort ha wen to college MWlit f the mutter father T n ftl ilrs Potts Ilebbc youfft a little hard on Bill No aint Mary 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