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AaeCSOC W T JCUckeli Depttty o4Kttfoe1Teaslt1rer 4 i J X KontcpMeryOoroBer fj1JW 1iUQpt ol Common li oSpr1tteeU1 CITY COURT 1aei R Noc Police Judgc ltotin Gracelllarshal w r Gnlgaby City Attorney JUSTICK CQUKT aI ji ticeCo tre held is 3anary f Ajsril and October jJ VS J Jf Church DIrctfrY ti CHURCH ie METHODIST gey GcS KSi Pastor Ser S 1ceieverySa4Y1ma p m JS1I18ckOOl eeyYSUl1daY atiu am 1fi f rrtyer tetbIg ever7 Wcclieeelay a3gktJ r 4 CATHOXIC CHURCH af tCTPtBe JPftpr et lcI YtrTS i1ataf8 Bd 10oclock im Services at St Ros sa elkiirt t BYTZRIA ChURCH KtJR E C Lawson Pastor 4 Jc rreeiawavery Sunday at 11 1 t 1 pM 4EdY IKbool every i 34Y ttO Prayer Jreetrv THJ rkurdy eyaig at7oJIe1t CHURCH Rev WEfrTl ofl William t PatOf PrcaohiBf every Snriday M U am aM ZtpIiJ1 tyskoll ery ii t 939 aitf Prayer meeting f at 74ciockvsf t yeBil1 RRISTIAN CHURCH RevV W Ivlf Pastor t r v icersVand iwirthSunday Sunday y iicTh 1 t I ratsniaiorders i MAOXIC 40DQ SprJogcacdfie NJ SO me txt al1dthird Momday nacksntb WaakHiffo R A Chapter No S r3 uieetaeytiy ct4Tuti a1 fcptiujtScId Council Ko I ctiipi tvry teartb Mdsiday u c Wa XE Varmifuge TIE WIMTEED- oWORM 1I REMEDY fill FiiI Tai sawhJRe1 t rt I M uv I BHard5 Lai CT IS s RECROSRUG mEJy Jv iTUBI I i s iof tIe Yt Human dvJ In the ancient world t herq wer seven Wpnders In Lhp modern world there ioibnt one and that is the hum u bad y Regardedfroina merely me chanical standpoint the human boojjf is so infinitely cobaplex so exquisitely responsive si 5 strangely perfect tliat by corn parison it dwarfs all other things known to man and stands alone its the wonder of the worlds of la alt mechanics and architect ure in all the mechines and in tlbe discovered one single device that is not fonud in the human e Ibody The arch the revoi rtheE j r Jnclinedplane a pump a grist t fjtmill a camera a stringediiistru meni hinges pulleys ball aridf socket jointsall these and a t core of otner mailmade inven lions are merely crude copies ofathe same devices found in J1ISt own body The lungs through their 800000000 tiny openings hive a surface equal to the floor in ota room forty feet square The body contains 2000 miles of tub ingi through wh ch half a barrel of fluid is constantly pouring The blood travels 168 miles a day 1ruly we are fearfully and won derfully made Ex 1fLI1Great deeds compet regard The irofld crowns its doers Thats why the American people have crowned 7 Dr Kings New Discovery theKindof Throat arid Lung remadies EVery atom Is a health for eItkiUsgermsa1 and colds and lagrippe vanish It M heals coughracked membranes and it chial tubes and lungs are cured andpp hemorrhages cease Dr Geo More Black Jack NCwritcs It cured me of lubg trouble prenounced hope less by all doctors11 SOe 100 anal free Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson IdHis Fourth Sentence 7 Jimmy Josh Abell was taken to Frankfort Monday by Sherifl Henry Sartin to begin serviug t hisfourth sentence in the peni ntiary Abell was convicted Of housebreaking at the recent term t of circuit court and hISh punishment fixed at one year in 1htiCJsent up at tbe recjenb term + tJ bebanonAbell is the same man who wabI TaiLitsey recently on a charge ol Burning a house on the farm of Mr P J Shannahan There no being sufficient evidence to iiold him the warrant was disn missed r by local applications as theycanrnot re3hthediseased pprtionotth eare There is only one way to curt Deafness and that is con titutipIi8 remedies Deofness is caused by at Bz tr Inff of thd Eustachian Tube When Ing us tube is inflamed you have a rum bl sound or imperfect hearipif anc when it is entirely closed Deafness u the results arid unleee the inflaWma tatlou can be taken out and this tube restored to its norma condition l1earIJ Ing will be destroyed for ever ninctt ChrrhiTwhich nothing but an inflamed condition ofthe mucous surface t We will give Onp Hundred Dollart f for any case of Deafness caused bj catterrh tht cannot be cured by HaWs Catarrh Cure Send forcircu Lrs free P J CHENEY Co ToII If doO Sojd by Druggist 75c Take Halls Family Pills for cocf sumption ff NoticetoCriots Al perspps having claim igaiflst j tbe estate of John Hai cTsty deceased are hereby notUiedto filethe sam prbperly I rpvenas by lw required witt undersigned or with WE 1t1Ibe my attorney at hu in Springfield Ky ono before Nov 15 1909 JAMES HARDESTY Ad mr with the will annexed of Job Hardest If you hive siny doubt of the werit of Cr Belisl Pin Tar Honyone bottle will remove tbipu t and your congh at the saw time ook for the bell on the be lie Its the genuine V STRAYCT On my placcne tdw II Je heifer w ill bi gabpn J JOO fjNBWftdii Corner may haft s by paying for keeping ant J 4WXp OMl l 1 W SIMMS LEBANON LOCALS r FrO The Falcon eMr John Wise died Friday morning at his home near St Marvs alter aHngeringj llrliess ofv stomkch trouble ijeceased was 44 years Of age and jis sur vived by his wise and sixi child ren 1Jj o J Mr Fletcher H Clark died at his home on Pleasant Run Sat urday morning after a lingering illness Deceased was born near where he died and for 79 years lived in that community dealing honorably with his fellowmen and baying their respect and esteem j MrsEloise Moore Quick died at her home near Lebanon Junc tion at oclock Tuesday after noon of puerperal fever The services were conducted by Rev W J Baird in this city yesterday morniug at 10 oclock the Methodist church and in t was in Ryder cemetery Tuesday afternoon at 5 p clock theprestnce of a few friends and relativesMiss MattieEMc j Eloy and Mr Cleaver Crawford were nnitgd in marriage at the residence of the brides brother Mr Henry S McElroy bf this city Dr A S Moffett pro nounced Ithe ceremony Mr and Mrs Crawford left oQlthe 628 for ka short bridal trip t While on their way to Lexing ton last Saturday morning about oclock the automobile itiii f WhICh Mr C C Matson wife nd little daughter Juliet andIi r Eenrv Dahringer were rid g was on account of the slick- thidsditched on the Danville pike about two mires from Lebe anon Mr Dahc Angers Jleft legl was painf illy though not seri ously bruised and the others escaped with slight bruises Theo amage to the auto amounted to ittle It was a fortunate escapeii from an accideu that might have resulted seriously Tne little 6 year od son of Mra Sylvester Maloneof New Mar uet xas the vi tim of an uii fortunate accident last Friday mqrriing in front of M JSpald inrs store A railroad torpedo ad been lleft on the sidewalk which Mr Malone struck vjtb ts cano It exploded anJ terrjo y mingled ore of the hands of the oy Dr Kelly found itnetes ary to amputate one fingerht he unfortunate little fellow is lecoverin nicely from the shocki Most woinen are tronblafls with Kid ney complaint and you know very n uny serious and even fatal diseases asu1t from thhte neglected Kidney I ttoublefi If you will take DoWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills as directed ou may be confident of good results f ry them and see how really good triejr iTire Beware of imitations pUttiI that are intended tdeceiye youtt sure you gat De Witts Sold byJ d Cross Pharmacy fMayj A change will likely be made nes year Inthtt dntc of the annual rcgatt between Yale and Harvard Com at Yale will be lqIt week earlier than usual next year and the rowing initlioritles of Yale and arvard will faert next fall to docid upon an appropriate date for tile h nth nectiuse tlie reunion classe ian to104lIl their visit tto Ntw aavenbya trip to New London Yalr will not want to have the occasion set t6o far away from commeucemcn Itt Is understood that to hold the r6got ta as has ben the custom on th Thursday of the Yale commencement week wfll Interfere with the prograi t HnrvardtBrood Mare iklair Bring 80000 The sensational price of 80000 wn oaid recently at Tattersalls Newmm ret London for tha brood mare FlaIi he property of the late Sir Dank Jooper The previousl rpcprtll price OlI rood mnrei was 02500 paid Ion L Fhcbe hHoneyed Words IIownrc you getting along at tome The last time I called your rife was giving you the dickens Quite true I had been a bad boy Jut she relaxed Last night she came cry near calling me honey You dont mean Itl How was tbntr She called inc old beeswax New ork Press No Hurry1 Of course Tommy find thp Sun Sir school teacher youM like to lCIVangel wouldnt you 5Vcller yesm replied Tommyj ut ruMikc to wait till I can be a U grown anel with gray whiskers Ihilatlelpbla Press Didnt Aflres With Him Y 4u should heyer take aiiythlng tlocsutngree wItbut1e il h lautold him yIflVlalwa s followed that1 rule iaria Vhe remarked to his wife where w nJ ubeTJoJiKlontl ur sa j t to Workat High Bridge l j Actual workontle buildinvofi a new High Bridge has1J egunait LtedilIL pinafii e thlor a temporar3 upporh r e tbebridgejsincourseoj- dstuctiop These logs are fortvfive feet in length and ttey are being driven into the sandy soil cf the rivr bottom to the1r lull depth About five of of hese tremendous piles are sunk in a day HarVpdsburg Uerald lt 1 Money Come In Bundles to A A htsliolmof Treadwell N YDOW His reason Is wen worth reading For along time I suffered from indigestion torpid liver cons tjipation nervousness and general debility he writes I couldnl t sleep had no appetite nor ambition I grew weaker every day In spite of alll medical l treatment Then use Iflecttic Bitters Twelve bottols retstored all my oldtime health and yli I gpir tlajv 1 can atted to bnsines ev ryIJ day Its a wonderful medicine In fdllible jfpr stomach Liyer KIdneys Blood dud Nerves 50c at Haydon Rpbertspn i l Victim 6f Footbalta oWestl Cadet EugeneAavrnp of Btiff alo No Y ja fourth year mda at lo the United States Military Aca demy died in the cadet hospital at 635 oclock this morning a sacrifice to football The Army accustomed to death but not iri this deplorable form and this tragedy Ofr the gridiron has brought such piignant grief to officers and cadets alike that the sAnDapoiss CeSlightly Colder wilh Show is When vou see hat kind ofaweathG r forecast you know that rheumatism weathe isnt hand Get ready fortit now bygetting a bottle of Ballard JSnow Linjiment Finest thing maier rheumatism chilblains froatfclte sore and stiff joints and muscles all che and pains 2c 50c and Sltty a bottle Sold by Red ross Drug Store b 47 KnownHere1 Mrs Eliza Platt Lewis Sxtys years pf age widow of Abraham G Lewis r died early Suiidays moLnng from cancer of theg stomach Since the death ot o er husband about two sears of ago Mr Lewisshas been iin fail 0 ing health and abut eleven IMcIf unced her to be suffering from cancer of the stomach Mrs Lewis lived at 1018 Brook street f Mrs Lewis was born a Springfield Ky and was theIdaughter of William Platt abprominent merchdnt and farmer She was a member of the First Presbyterian church and a desvoted worker in all charitabl movemeqts She is survived byT our children They are thes Misses Edith Viola Lewis land Leon Patteson antI Adrian Platt ewisdouriefJourfaalJ 4 II Tbe Price of an EgglBlanche Bates who Is a Ilr4ethalbfarther off thp singe tellsu runu3Istory apropos of two uidirly negroesb whom she recently tviiilrt d charge of the extensive piultry yard i she has established on her big font near Osslnhg S Y These mel Noah Jacksmil nnd Alex under Johnston are JiijK rtiIoiis from pinwiddle county Vu a region fa npus for the dup ieNiliud piuutlful tress of Its eggs and poultry Dow t there eggs sell In xumnicr at anywhere from 8 cents 4 I12 coats per dozen and nirely evr rise hlRber than 15 cvnls In the winter When they were told that Miss Bates egg product cow mantis a net price of cents pel dozen the year around at Ncw York lintel n nit restiiti rants their sensations were firstt those ot astonishment then of Incredulity The other day she overheard a con versatlon between the two men xas thpy washed and packvd a case of eggs for oue of her prize customers Ito ran soraethlngHke this MIss Bates wouldnt tell wia lie you think Noah I dunno MIstab Johnston whether MIssBatei Is a truthful lady or not but one thing I does know and that s tharanyhen in the United States can afford to 1ay eggs tot a cent apiece New York World i sd Jh teacher ofhier brightest pupils It was it poserfornwhJle when on c them rnhed a hand YL 1D you kUOW Willie fYesjm ft1 Theb what Is anexpeftr lMA gocrd baseball pljiyW It A SILLY LAW Vjftich Will Go Into Effect thejSeginning of the r Year perQnThfertf s that tha last congress enactf d a law that concern the rights af business men and individuals in issuing checks clue bills etc nevertheless it is true The law Januarj1stNo person shall make issue or circulate pro payoutin iiote check memorandum token or other obligation fur a less sunl than one dollar intended to circulate as money or to be received or used in lien of lawful money of the United Staes and every person so offering shali be tined not more than 500 or imprisonment not more than six a mohths saysheBowling J shailess than the one dollar he can ot pay it by a check or drattr but must pay it in cash He cannot llsue a due billtitecheck or memorandum for a Jess amount than one dollar and iQgnorantlyf 500 or imprisiment for six c months or oath Theonly way aqIountJesshavent the change about you iis give a check for one dollar and l t your creditor pav you the difference and that is often impracticable and the whole frhingi t uchiis the great wisdom of our national law makers Meade Guunty Messenger t A before you would do you no bod If you couldns eat What opd an f od do a chiltLwhen as SOOD us it- Otera its etomach it is eaten by worms Thats the reason your biby ailing cross pasty faced and thin ive It Whites Cle m Vermifuge It ini will ejcpll the Worms and act asaanIc fr the child Sold Jby Redoi oss Drug Store I Vicarious Senses Professor John G McKendrlck doubts the correctness of the general lueliefbereft of ode sense his other senses compensate him by becoming moret acute Experimental tests he says show that the blind cannot tell tin direction of sound better or henr farther than those who ca sec Their sense of touch too Is no ore acute In factt some tests liavi as It Is actually less acute In nernl the senses of the blind are n the average less acute that those persons who can see Professor MfKendrlck thinks that the ability f the blind to find their way about which Seems to imply neuter senses lon of attention enabling thorn tn ell directions anil perceive air cur rents and changes of temperature ca which escape the attention of other people Youths Companion t es SI ifJta old negro Jaundrcss Is response Id for the following cure for badly Bcorc hed plaqps causal l by too Irons botff A half pint of vinegar la put on tove In a porcelain Iluqd snuce To this are added the Juice of a large nion and two ounces of fullers earthJ he mixture Is boiled for live uiluutcx trained cooled and bottled Intt n uovlng the scorch a little of the mix s lure Is put on a clean white lluec rag and rubbed over the scorched place k until It disappears Several nppl1cas ions may be necessary Chicago Trlb uue CwCare of the Teeth The t teeth should be brushed aibatsJ lijasl Jwlce a day Just before going ed and the first thing after arisingr alsol11bet t lIt1tIestick sharpened for the purpose wilt remove dlscdloratlons The mouth must berinsed thoroughly after using tbo Pumice stone or the gritty sub sfance will scratch the enamel of the teeth To Make the Arms Plump The best way to overcome scrawny arms Is to practice tensing exorcises tri right angles to tie body holding tin t mupclcs very taut clinch the hand and draw up to the shoulder u ing as w much force as If Hftlngl a heavy weight Repeat utjtil the arm begins to get stilT j Massaging tb5 arms with hot olive fl for fifteen minutes night and morn ing will also help to make them plump Veranda Hotel Burns rbJUzYerandn Hotel on the Spakilog oclockStlrda thefitei Icoownblltjit hereforinvesffirebutlearn is nOl Un sv Fiv thiburningpartmtriit pent d a peud of heflaweJ10t1i buildingwaspur chusel by he Unit dSta psGov ernroent asa site for the 50COC Federal builiinpr to beenctrr buildiogthe Ctifotral Kentucky Ral Eo tate Co and on it 1 OOtL Insur ace was carried The firm of A qultealargitock building aUof which was de stroyed On it was but 400 irIsuratce Just what their loss wilt be is not known but ifc will be considerably in excess of th mount of their insuance Ro bert Burriss who had ama hine shop in the ola hotel los nis outfit which he yaluedl a 400 He carried insurance t the ansounfcof S250 Cnurles C Phillips was the only one wbc hid sleeping apartments in th building JHiis room was in tl ont part of the second storj and whIle the fire started flt ho ground in the rear oJ tn hOusej htas nearly suffocate bYlihe fcnuke before beiri r awakened He escaped how ver without injury but lost hit vfftcts on which no iusurand was carried Tne Ibcil tljlephote compaii vlso suffered a slight loss Tb arge cable c crying many wirer Spalding avenue was severer nd about thirty phones jwer ut of use Ton severaldays The building was oueot tn oldest ID the cuy and bad severe times in years past bet added to and remodeled the las te about twenty years ag when its name was changed t the Veranda HotelI It was con ducted for several years ffterI wards but never successfully and a few years ago the ute of i a hotel was abandoned Lcb anon Enterprise frightful Fate Averted I wonld haye been a criPlileIolJ fe froma terrible cut on my knef cap writes Frank Disberry Kelll her Mjnn without Bucklens Arni Salve which soon cured me1t Infallible for wqnnds cuts and brulsbit soon cures Burns ors Boils Skin Eruptfons Worlds best for Plies 25c at Haydoh Rob t Dog That GrlnJt Sbtsserc- A Gog named nover owned b eorge Ross vt Oa rpintcrla Cal has een taught lo turtftbe wheel that fur ishes ihc power for his masters eels ore crhidlng machine Rover gets tilt tho wheel of his own accord and mer lly trends treads while his mute wlssors and knives Vibe good dog seems to think that It a game devised for his special i Amusement and w ien business laCk bo wlif run to lila wheel aitibj ark rcpruachf ally at his master until Jlrl lions feels obliged td attach thp a ope which turns the stone anti gets to ork Rover never seems 90 happy as when uslfless is brisk and he can send hi ig wheel around and around for t alf hour after be has had his dluni1 nd then be ready for work agalb with his master in the afternoon Circle Cenundrumt WIlY isnpaij of skates like au ap ple Because they hive both oeea toned the fall of man Why is a young man cngagKl to a girl like m man sailing for a port in rance Because ho is bound to Uivr hnv her If a tough beefsteak could speak hat English poet would It mention 1 Ohaucer cbhw sir What is most like a hen stealing A cock robin Why are Jovely girls like clouds Because they elgh raJn2 poD tie etrtb r One OctoF7OOlyOfiel No sense in running from one doctor to another Select the best one thn stand by him No sense either in trying this tfiing that thing for your tOugh Carefully deliber ately select the best cough medicine then take it Stick to itX Ask your doctot about Ayers Cherry Pectofri lorj i throat and lunT troubles Sold for nearly seventy years j IN alcohol in this coughi jnedicine JJ Yct I Why fay Oik thing fliM thing fee ys ir ceortipattoa Why not stkk JtGtherqtd- ckt rellalfe wllf JWttlcAYtsPjJkT AIkotIIf 1tI tPf thv3c 1 4cJV t ifJI idy bking pwl fOrnRGyIOTPCtPAITIE6ImfrGAM Makes Fines tPHrcsl Fool Ri fit akinfLP4PWIpAbsolutely Pure An Seiiljifoce Lloyd Geoge qliaticellor of tb xchequer has coined an epoch 4enuniation bidgettleasks lWhy make ten thousand own rs of the soff and alf fberest espassets in the laud of their irth The speech is said to bkve bade u tremendous sensation nd well it mightl Ko wonder t was telegraphed all over En land and caused the papetsi to- ssue extra editions It ike the warnings uttered I l3racc1 when int tbe lays of Rome they were pleading iloquently for their disinherited jjuntrymen Let us hope tfjat the plea of Lloyd George Wyi l rt be in vain ii In every country thesame is i fJnfJ stJ are cbllectipg frcdtrilute from the pedpte a small 2 raction of thepeople1i1Hthe orotective tariff to lay a burde l om tax upon the tfet of tie jopulauod and justnpwa wai r jower trust is reaching out after J be mountain streams with the ntenlion of collecting rf perpe u 1Itl i j1c geV1ist abrIt r orptioc of the productive chinerv dff the cotmtry by111Ij favored rtwJ7le question ak- 4d by Lloyd George is aprttient one every whert Why make ten thoUsand own ers of the soil andsUtbeleltJ JfnrthJ 1I Uusfihtly v 1headi l here THE S WMl fc BOOKS t They a but4tathcmaticaI BlCrkliw rrtztc U1liJIbIISltr ttncinljcK hi wiHirun calmly Jg or ug my luterr iiIon onVtlm wha IV vus hired to UtHp books for a saw Ujlll way un north TwasT silf days y log vitgnn From ever plficei wcceijit Ip the Internal regions the same behu quarter of au Ilc away straight iowa The dqrned simpleton itbejrMBt awn to Nlger Wooll setlfem1t after ile bad souiucb business wUM re lone dealer that be forgot tf ten me get 8omeofflce supplies so Iwkec wtf ur to camp found that the Jrlacifil iiulprueut of my pafallal Obr 8 bwrt iesH apartment consisted of three r bel crayons lIghtly shop wru trait years aln anac t tot uiOoth time boinhfand letpi my boo kf Jiu them with cbUJn uHoiv did It work I asfied iirtH std in kipltc of myself LIUi a t hariiuV frjnH4 jWihtJa until the foreman of lWc- ma drunk one night as siept ta the office an uSSd up tQ rtMM MiCe ottb geiieriiJ ledger for kl dHii w 4 the next morniu pb copsay tt up an auditor to check orer my boeto but he went pack pluaab ditffwM ToldreJn theyUt e 4 as4tsel- aat they wanted yn a e4p4 wfap Was bandy at Igger At ttaf ttalttda T5 1kkc 4r- =A LtQJe CrewttMo JL tiackwood55ian went tar Nsw Ytld cUr for the JBpt time 111 ttf Ytsf lay Erentri4 Pe t He Moped jit llrondway totf which was HfeftJ downtown est morttlujf who UTwtJUWfe Tort ca- ost arbIiii the- walked dowSdwsyU- i Oiut strtt I1te lack PflI aM tmpl- atifekn 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kRortsss 1 1 Whitbj 11Qd J In a fight bttaeea rtvfDft s cers headW bj John A4iiiouio tot j1 deputy manMMl andl potiir aiB4 Jtbe moonihiMr o iIcreek on tbT4tcbrKaobc den Adioffcrni WM d- botaciBobV Mt iJ1en- ioonmhiaer1tily Mbbsd iM JCQt about tite tMHMk H willt U- j ITh oceriaa4 mogisnear eachsotb r when Hit 1ti clash came FmriiiMe tro tas Jiy istzpWted How MMoh Will VlV tp hive your eysc f as Egfe lye ianwIlcsreGas b R s hteyes tytry jflUift A rtieew Tax JIaT tiAll txpmc Of Tft hmaI icQQlJtN noHfted tfcat aU m dutib co itr of Wa Iagii iilatbeofK kyw Itd- at aIJM r Ifs pabylhhw reqiI4 taijO33oft rr1firat p S B MINt ta T ry 11 a ssI ifit jIIs = = SI prtJiNtt JtwMtaC Dais41IbrsI s tthe i f Me ismvisg s et pss k- sewic IttIt It I and tOkkr wg 4ad lr the c Ey the bSMiUIXa- y be as41th lSU it A RodNt 5 Jt the eo E u4 found her stid Ittl- ock sisyg eMstttStIrti- ttlig U uII s s Sb 1Illt 1 Aoettjer bMh pr y K tax to t MC wttb tbe wo ai tau MO t tif tkf 1M tpu r T it NDVSADER i z tIYT111SIIAY I W WjFPI1OiI c cT JO d Pnbis- brbi NOVrqTUAY jraticTicktI Ter icUt Judg Ii 1TURMAN VVVAttyC SHILL LLITSE- r k1 cMy AttTflt3T S kJ t cIrcgt efcerkWBOO ClerkBOBT ZOE- r AXDERFON tJ IT BUSH JLGO P cATLET T 1ITCHELL CsrsserDt W E CRUME I wvtyurW G ROBERTS f 3UkS of the PeaceSpriligacid 7k ptIlleJobiAW Gordon 1 pr1sditki I44 a Fre4 rcs own tc WIUktt SjpriBf field No 10 rcsdKellyio iohu 0 PolIn I LANDSLIDE ctJFo Dmocrts in the State iTi LatTuIay frVSVL A yrikbi Democrati 1nd the e1ections bold 42jJifwereJV P iijiay throughout Kentucky White thtre if 10 cqntest on i LiC 4Vior State ofrIethe races for Ltt4 tS4Ut Bflaatorf Representatives h1SS V4Urcui J dfe and county offices S JbeIV h atttnitidn of the voters 3LV r CosMees that had not gone II 4t Deocrtic for twenty years VVtotheirfirstiove Such ooBniJe as Christian Muhlen 1FV Iwrir Hart Greenup Grayson r arrdlBny others that haeVbii tu 1K their vote in favor ot ijhe- i EfjpabljoanaJprthe pst decade wJMiyf been reclaimed by the j4V4Vs44iocrar4irV1V L isllurei both houses 4tV X will bt largely Democratic Be V feiMr turariidktcI that in the Sen ate the Democrats have IIB Re publican 12 The House of will consist ofit Bepreaefitatives 60 Democrats 27 Repnbftcahs va 4 with four stillto hear from r JcFayett county the Fusion Aickir betl4 by J Watt Par iker defeated the regulalr Domp Vratic ticket bj a amall plurality VS41S3c Billy Klair was the only f JJccrat t4 Win- it was truly a glorious victors for good government when the t I teQcratc ticket headed by W i 0 Head for Mayor received its 4 f 000 majority in Louisville VTueaday Anyone wfco has had nj acquaintatce with the con affairs inj that7Vt duct of HOtinicipAl qiy during the XSrinsteid ad niiiiwtrafcion could see that ar chaBge was needed Louisville is famous for rotten politics and it aiai c taiply edifying to con dY teoiplale thS characte of men 15VV who will be in power during thp Vit Xtny administrationv We be jyeths in the new set of oflB ters the city has men who will ibok to the teitys interest atd t 9giei a creaitable administration chjfeityV rV4jVVVxV Stp i LitieyI 4Revs I PBnes Messrs Prank and Ed Willett of Ltuis ville and Davisun Reed tf Lex joglon came howe Tuesday to i f- chre1 p swell the Hemocrailc mu joriLyV SV r JjiLBfea Williams and Warren Rnse of Han odburg ntr a t few days last week wlih Mr A L Jjitsey and family V Me Robert ThompsoD moved fsoQl the Grundy Home to his il plicetj Mr Toompavn and family vii k uio Springfield tUe first of the d rk We all regret very mu h Jtpjee them leave us pSV y fab EUen Gregory spent f Jionday night wuhMiss Kannje Thppapson Mr Mitt Lewbman jr who ibmsbeer making his home wifti 1 VVfrNatThoon movedI1 his 4fuLier the latter part bfe the VVMi Efayey VanArsdale eiOt-iadHy with MjssSara iVtVSj ane Thoirison en- L Vfe fii dI Iflffl it k VVifVV IrLE il LU4ni1 IliUILi- ti4V avstiny Iffishiri party at B L- fSii t IPriiay evening was and anesumI- J Vj WrStMdSV ti Hi ii Cw St ftj4it- U Idi aVVe e41 apply Dr Ikils AiiVWMrtPW illil the wound ip hmt if3RB y iMJd never get soe U eti ptel1y snd exten aly- i AV Liiiouncemervts We are tuttorized annpimce to L P DEDMAN 2i seepbUcthiom1nieiforRcpr tentative ntheLoer LEouethe Kientucky legislature November election 1909 Cross Roads Jdis LizaieJDrvvryVwho has been very ill with Heart trouble isVuobeWIrV Miss XrarGoode of Danville MrJm Hant and MT Will Go of Nevada spent Satu d vrigMP and Sundae vjth Miss Eftl j B Jttoin at this piace Mrs M ttie GraV s and little 9Rt Wodtitord spent Wedties day with Mrs Maggie Harmon at GensCreekv Mrs JdttiR Goode and two lit tie daughters st entfrom Sunday Uiitil Wdnday wthher- parentsMrank1 lIJ MrsBT Bugg of Tick Creek Mr George Goode and family r J fl Goode and wife of JDeep Creek spent Saturday jR tKMr Woodie Wayne and family near perry ville Those on the sick Ijstare Mr Ja Marton Mrs Lizzie Drew ry Mr J H Goode and little Miss Birdie Graves Mr George Bngg spent Sun day with his sister Mrs Janie Goode at Daep Cree Miss Effie Bottomspeni Sat urday afternoon wftn Mrs Sarah Salmon f Money Come In Bunches to A A hisbolm of Treadjveil N Y novr His reason Is JTvell worth readingtor a long time I Buffered from indigestion torpid liver cons tipation nervonstaesa and genei al debility he writes I eouidnij sleep had no appetite nor ambition grew weaker every day in spite Of all medidal treatment Then use Electric Bitters Twelve botlolj re stored all my oldtime health and vi attedtobnsInesvryday fallible for stomach JJiverKidney8 Blood and Nerves SOc at Ha don Eob rteonI Hardins Chapel d1VVLV Mr Howard Rollins spent cue day last week with GW Coca nougher Mrs James Lanham and daughter spent Sunda with H S Fenwicl and wife y Mr and Mrs Shelf Jeff ties spent Monday with Mrs J A Barker Miss Ada Fen wick spent Sat urday and Sunday with Miss Jenuiti Lhsey Mrs Howard Rollins spent last week with MT G W Coca nougher and family Miss Lebna Graves speht Sun day w iihj Mrs Stanley Fen wick Mrs JJ M Brener and son spent Sundaywilli HS Litsey and family Mrs Howard Rollins spent Friday and Saturday with Miss Ida Haydon Mrs Sallie Thrackjer of Stops Lameness Much of the chronic lameness in horses is due to neglect See that yourChorse iis not al lowed to go lame Keep Sloans Liniment on hand and apply at the first sign of stiffness Isvvonderf ully penetrating goes right to1 the spot relieves the soreness limbers up the joints and makes the muscles elastic andpliantV Heres the Proof Mr T Roberts of Resaca RFp No r Box 43writes i have used your Liniment on a horse for swec pey and effected a thorough cure I al so removed a spavin pri a mule This spavin was a large as a guinea egg In my estimation the best remedy fqrlame ness and soreness i- sSloarfs LinimenlMr RPD No 3 WriteS YOur Lid ment is the best that have ever used I had a mare with an abscess on her ned and one 500 bottle Sloans Liniment entirely cured her keep it around all the time for galls and small swellings and for everything about the stpckt Sloans Liniment will kill a spavin curb or splint re duce wind puffs and svyoUea joints and isSj5neand speedy rein djfjefor fistula syregfcfey founder and thrush Price 6Qotand1QO onhrscisencfreeDr Earl S Slean- B t 3QJM LLL Sp rngGeld spent last week with Mr Will Barker and faraii- yMrStaoley Fenwick was Pleasant jGrove one dav lstweek on business MrtTohn Cprviavanc son of Cali fQcrfia spent last week withi thejfamilylpf Gf yT Cocanoig her Several frbrn here attendeathe dance given by tha Misses Rag eIPiidaynightMaggiettt has re turnedhome after a week stay iu MackvIJa Mr5 and Mrs Ben Haydon spent Sunday with Mr MariOn Sweeney and family McrSanley Penwipk bought ia mule of Mr A L Litsey for i4OF Siiyhtiy Colder with Show When you s 12 that Jcind of aweathj er forecast you know thatrhcntnaisin weathoi is ut baud Get ready for it nowby getting a bottle of Ballards Snow Liniment Finest thing made for rheumatism chilblains ftosibite Sore and qtijt joints and tucks all aches and pains 5Qc and10Q a bottle Sold by Ked rosa Drug Store Card of Thanks VVe wish to thank our cany- triends for t n t ir kihdness a u ring the Illness arid death of our faifier Xri Thomas W Reed i Mr Wi W Hyatt Mrs JVL Searcy All Bo wull Trouble 13 releived almost instantly by using JDir Bells Anui EabV It destroys dl seasey germs and stops Inflaniatinri Keep a bottle in the house So5 every where TTWTfRST CiOeTTVV Sit Was Right Too Because the Bravest Aro the Tendcrest Some years ago the excursion steamer returning from Alaska jto ffeaftle dislocated Its propeller In a dreary portion of the inner passage and came to a forced stop For two jdays the vessels engineers and macqlnists la bored to repair the break bujt without success Two of the boats were man ned and dispatched for aid to Vlc toria tlOO miles away In the mOan time It was discovered that the sliip stores were not abundant Alarm lired th tlic minds of pessimistic pas en gerg rind the contagion spread Star Vatloii might assail the vessel before help arrived A former California official took It on himself to reassure his timid c0m panlons but his effort jnras not peiv fcctly adapted to raise droopjng spir itZVJR fact his closing sentences Jut added to the gloom LOt USO brave he sajd If the worst comes and tjhat dread necessity which In such misad ventures has mejfiojthors must be faced by us let us remember that It is good to die that our friends may live The one or more that may be pacriflced will be consoled by thatthought There was a moments silence awful In its intensity then n chewful volce was heard You should be taken first Governor Booth YOU know the bravest arc the tcnderest And even the terror stricken smiled oncc more Ban Francisco Argonaut tAPA CLOTH Attire of the Native Hawatiaps Before Civilization Arrived The paper mulberry tree Brousso netia pnpyrif urn is the source of the famous 4tapa cloth of the Polynesian Islaodg ThEsis n natural tissue jujdis derived from the Inner Imrk and after heJng torn off In strlivj Is scraped with shells and beat uwitb a mallet until it resembles a soft flexible paper The tindividual jtfrips are united by oye1 Lapping the edges kind beating tnc fibers togethty until large pfeces of tiu Jssue tire formed It is said that before Hawaii waii swept with the wave of civilization men and women were dressed In this natural bnrk doth tipa or kapa The dress of the vramon consist ol thepau or wrapper comiwscd of Ore thicknesses of tapa about four yards in length by three in width passed Several times around the waUf and extending below ths knee Tue- dress of the men was tie nialo or girdle about a foot in width and scvr era yards long A 4xikel or mantle six feet square was sometimes worn by both sexes In former years these natural cloths were Homatlmesf bleach ed to snowy whiteness or were dyed In colors and even printed vr ornamented usually in checks or squares Ext change Grievous Offense No sir said Plodding Pete I teitalka short an ugly word What was It Work Washington Stare Naturally v It was very romautlc aJbout Mr and Mrs Smith He proposed to Uer iIn an airship says the caller vYes replied the hostess And uiulcrstaiiU uchis been up in the air tvcr Bhice4 Chicago Post One Point Settled They say the now Sirs Bangs bcvery good plain Cook I dont kuow about the excellence f4the Qpbkcry but shes plain all IghtHo1 ton Post Her Constitutional Right Glad vg So youve sent Herbert about Ifli business have ypu llajbello res But I have since used the er recall on hlin Chlcag TrItwieL5J1 Wrong Carriage iiliriks tells me he is writing a story of jrutomoblles 5Oiit of hls field IsnLlt Wily sol Well eia hack writeij VL Explained 3Vhat ls there o fasclnatlngvabouf jio ocean trip that cvfcribOdy SCTazy to try It You fool onhutjSVs Commissioners Sale H1W- ash1ntoa TTr 4 Circuit CourjtjKjr Mrs Louise Muddetal iPljr EquityMrsvBy virtue of a Judgment and order iof sale of the Waehinftton Circuit Court remlcted at the October tcmi90D in the above styled cause j shall CourtHotieMONDAY NQVBMBER23 J909 ingc9uutybest bidder at public auction upon a folIovingTyro tracts are parcels of Innd lying and being in Washington county Ivy followsTract inAllof fence corner to dpver thence S 13 12 W 594 poles to a stobjn renter of pike at bridge l 1dowtrcenter of pike S 50 W 34 8 poles ta tstob in center of pike corner 3 to- IlotN6 2 Eddleman arid Nv Hope polestoCheatham thpnce N 18 V 48 poles to intersection of fences corner 6 to RHfaes andCheatnams line thence N18E45 poles to a w lhut tree crV- i to Hines thence N30 E 788 poles to a stone comer 8 to same in Joul polestoold road thence S 18 W 21 poles to a stone corner to sam and dower thence a 30w 20 poles to the beginning containing 00 acres one rood and 33 square poles Tract No 2 ia bounded as follpws Beginning at a stobin center ofj Moorpjsviili and Booker turnpike at brWge corber 1 to ldt No 1 and dower thence S 45 E 98 poles to a stone corner 2 to dower thence N isy E 37 11 poles corner 3 to dower polehtoaHamiltons line on south side of Dot Run thenceS 3W313 poles to a stone on hljlside corner Di to Derringer in NorrIs line thence N 28 47 8 poles to ta stone corner 1 to Der ringert thence S61 w 8 poles to a sugar stump corner 8 to Derringel and Eddleman thehce K 25 12 w 91 poles to aetobin center of pike cor UtoEddlemau and Ndw Hope church and lot No thence wjcetter of pike No 50 E34 8 poles to the begin ningAcontaining 62 acres and 7 square IolesVVThe land will be offered first in j separate tracts as described above j aniTjthen as a whole and sold in the way in which tcf realize the most money Fur the purchie pcice thiS purchasers w th approved security or bearinglegalpaid and having the force andelTect of Judgment Bidders will be pre paired to comply promptly with these terms M Q XiEAOilNlXN MQ W C U Ambidextrous Batters The latest thing In baseball Is to develop a set iiltteis who batjcqual ly well ftosv lilw r sldo of the plate Ilughle Jeunl an1 cme other crlt ifcs assert tui It H iwasljble to train young latter t do tlilsT The result Js the utter t ufpundlng of pitchersI Soit pavs ziiti right v1ilI then lose their dfc Uiction When southpaw appears the batters wH nil work right handed and wRit the right lenders pltchlngthey wfll shift to the other side There are severs butters now who re ambidextrous Alan Stocke hltfe rom either side D ule BiiBh the De troit shortstop bone Diilly Gray i the Washington southpaw recently br moving over to the right side of the plate He drove mr all of Dttroits runs Austln playing with New York can JU from either side So tan Germany SchacferCiaude Rltcfmy and George Davis Other battens try it occasionally t Phillie McGoveriTa Qood fono PIghrers cpmo und rtshltrs go but I- t1i xcoius that the ilcGovcru tijlbe N ii lng tOjkopp sclug Ill forever Its srtine yearnsluce tile Bwwklyn fight an Md the chance to boMst of a real tighter Now hey can hmvl and yell ill they want and the echoes will wnnid nil over the country Another ifeCtyvoni hits lilt iie iiujrlHHtle liorl 4111ellilUie b hiHnnmft and if he js othlug else he Is tidoj to be rugaril its the very hostt ltdiitannvelght Ightvr M luiv lu the eastV PhlHIe MrGovorn tin pride of KMyn today Aiuf all beenute horse Joe Wagfior cqnccdcd to be the test ot little men In this sectlQn of the oiinlry na hue n Uoatlng as any boy tver got In ten rounds Athletics In Marine Corps1 Then Is a in viui ni afoot In the smarlue corps at VaKlilHgton for a broader devolopnient Ifl a this lies than Ijs iiiretofor heactoriged iia i1fr the mnnincs there nnsobali football track events audJ illy nqust lea the to be trfkon up and nmos nrruBgcd wilh the loading mlU ary and naval tuamn of the country provided fhe liiiif as ulsdiiwced meets with tho ap proval of il one In authority jShould the corps go in for ttlrtttcs oxtonslvo Jy It IIIKI be nblel Jt Ir suggested to got the famous West IqintAnnap olis fcotbnll teams to JiLlU Wash icgfon at times ii Pitcher a Real Midget The teal tun only midutitlteber IiiI profassjlorial l ulnll lsvGordiu Hk rtmn tIt star twlrlor iftlieMolilK Sputhorn lug e teftin Hlrk wiihs just 115 pounds and btslJt like r rake His legs are plpesfotu and his sirmH are just nsnlmpol as hhegr How he over pitches afnil gaiinv physl clans caiinot undcrstaudj lckroan works enly nnbe s Vepk tnii lie nearly always wilts lite aiajes Tllik will IH T lu In the innisrkciiio bccniuBo of his sninll alzc Ills nearest rival its a midget In Frank Browning of the San Francisco team whawolghs 122 pounds French Boxers Invade America Frnna w4hlch hlthortdjiaVluipnrtpfl Auieriean boxers freely oftn to tr mt er proflt of the Matter than to ihp atl iVancemcut of the robH art of self div Vohse has now reachnd a prtinf WJPJV it van export somo lighters This re mit has been attained through the JVinerlcan Invasion Light IglJt HiMirf riet and SI Mdleweight Chi HiphinMar eel Marirtu uieUQW iu this country seeking matches f lrct otiaciy silo ilav utcevtIetl 1ntrne Aug back my it1irutatsl it IsoiIr TfI5tt Giiihloglst rcjitv ut5as for keiphtiitiflit iibOI1t tf1biCiIcelltI SaturdarJpimm 4 jlorliemnde BillThonnm always Kmrlcetl Havana cigars JUUSiiJ do BillIt t4yS Colorado in tlit bIIs j n Jjtri Jrssdsd mYonks htntpsukto 5Si VV5VV lV5 uemaias1f LOW ROUNDTRIP hO AESEEKERSFABES V tq TheeWes1 Southwest and NoHhwest IA 2 TRAINS DAILY 2 2 TRANS DAILY 2TO w4THOUTLL8Tickets on Sale First and Third Tuesdays irt eachMonth Return Limit 25 Daya from Date of Sale SWrllo for Fares and Special Diverse Route Arranpemenht ta R K TKNN 1PA J r GAKOrTPK nVPAV IOUISVTIIK KY ili CLAWS OF BIRDS Tfio Toes of Those That Perch any of VTJ lhat Run ttt natO that tui sirt ofstaisduij lgin wtllr blrUs Vigs sltuiitl ii8 tit as hiiigiftnptili be It liz anl rrtHoltlilivTlTi igtianr tortoise Jays its Imdy off tit griuuH wben not aitu ally inrrryiiiprj It Aiid tljisv have fleti mile flit I4g4 Contrast tile llninlngo which liavlnt jnly twovJid tfiosr Ilkn wIHuw wittdk tucks up onii of HIPU and slttp jIsd high on the other Ilk a tulip otj Its stijtj U0 thiitt title toejulshe e ii alto- gather dfscarilcd 1y birds as suporflu The rtufiu or bud must be there for thy Dorkjnjj fowl hits nio luced a Jlfth u jiiidbr some ithhtuiiciqt the Poultry ynrdj laid no ijatiiral bird has more than four Exetpt Iu slvlf ts which never perch but cling to rocks and walls one Is turned backward anTl by a cunning contrivance ttc act of bending the leg draws them all automatically together So a ben closes Its tois at every step It takes as if It grasped something and of course wheu It settles down on Its roost they nisp that tight and liold it fast till morning Btit to ilrdt3tbatdo not perth this iij cfiinlsin only an incunibrance so nnny of theni like the plovers abolish tliV hind too ehtircly and the prince of ill two legged nnijiers theostricrh has got rid of our of the front ttoes also retainIng only two Ioudon Strand Magazine BOGUS F1GTURES Counterfeit Antiques Openly Manu factured In Italy Speaking of the manufacture of counterfeit palm Ings In ltalya writer In tho National Jlovlew snys that some limes genuine old jlletures are really discovered in peasants houses hut rarely In good condltibn The peasauys have a disastrous mck of rubbing pictures ylth onions to Clean them fly so dolpg the tnko ofjp not ohly the varplRhhut th precious patina and ertalji colors In imaiiy leases leaving jonly the mere goldBack ground supposing the nptre Is of that date and the more deeply Inclscd linos These wretks urn easeirly bought ior a trifle by art dealers who employ skilled experts to restore or rather to roniako tlnnn oh the basis of the orfgl Hal outlhies IMcttros of tho early period with iroIiT Iwitkgrouiidg and quaInt drafts iiinil uir rtiv regularly manu lit vi espet lally at Slona where the pune can be seen qpenly drylyg before thc hop doors Their foundation ls a pan el properly worn eaten and chemically raged imiMtod on tin gesso grjjuitd that was the basis for all pictures of that epoch anti to whleh they owe their lu niliiojis utilities Such plcturqsure oftan nijide up out Alt a numlwr Of really old but ruhied pictures and iru an Ingrnlous puzzlt unit require lqXteiY taste and knowl tidire to CIflrtr1CLI W bms In Hojjs If hogs h Ani persistent couglis iudS do not llvo In dusty houHOf Jt Ispcet- ty safe tp sny fhey have worms There niinmny medlcliifis Imtijliisiheboatvormiuge Is coquraa 050 Imlf pound of copperas dissolved Iq lUlte sTflrm tter slid mixed In tlte slop wilt be ouh fop 100 heed of pigs Tills dope should lbe given for flve niornlngs then valt a few days niul repeat If ecossnry Fpr a smaller number than 100 lid give a Iig dram t ojicu ThIS remedy is chertp and sHfo DenVtr Field Hud Farm Test ing the Well Rfore frohis down 1nloa well tost the purity of the air bfy Ib verlitB a lighted crindjo or taiitern says the Amertatn uUiiUoK If the light Is dim or RO on the polKgmnuK carbonic ied gas dhn t6 in be driven uur lljhtlhi a aOHntlty ofiuriMWtliM pnd fMiwdnst f r rosoiw ft5l rnij hi i fettlefind k voiiiiK tj the surfxcu of vho watorniu isei pouring several ouckotfulH of AHtur Into tllit woll from lit top lost apalu with tho intern IIM note t1o mmwmeHt Care For the Manure Protqssor K it Voorliow of the Xew Yt5k exlcrinIeIt t4ttIn Isis fltiseil It alit that a siig1t well fed sw wit Utxultice liv n ear lOT IOllflIbI siit tryftoH 87 pounds of phot Ik rk cW MiuTnliout S7 jwnnd of potfl At 4hlH rate It Is estsy to sfcc why dnlry juwa are sipel l powerful faVw hmtaElng tim fertility of the Yarin t tvhon the uikiiure Is properly cured er 5Some Doubt About It A receptiim vx glnf Jjy the M r fcal cluli hr i1lmilitiln In hoiiSr of Sir IniKlpr Mr inton n imted hsgli pHysIclHii and In course of vVjt lag he w s ei tigi d In n dUfiisjk of nervous III wtlr A ft or he itescrlbed the nrticlfll effects of 11841f us drugs upon nervous III teuipinMu1 Kslldi I remember a middle agul wwmnn uf niost jorvoii8 dbqusitIutt who 141WI shejhadI John I know anv cr is8 att tIItWI know tbatyim find ine HiiWud oftpn Sometimes pprhtips you ihlnkl do nut love you lInt John rwiuMnbor vhfii such unhappy thoughts alfwili you that j If had myvllfe to Hvt over nfialn Id nmrry you just tin sanHt Im not so sure of Unit John piled shortly Philadelphia lressr reIJj STIip Difference Father said little hello What Is Ilie dinrerenpe bclween farmtg andj tgrlcuItureV v Well ray son for farjnlns you nged a plow and a harrow and a loVof other Implements and for ngrlniUare ail you need Isf n pencil uncta piece oftpaper Wnhlngion Star P1 The wessiJn the Oven t How thme such a greasy mess In jtticdven said a fidgety old spinster to her maid of all work why replied the girl the candles fell into the water and I put them Into the oven to drf Tjondon Tatler Quaint Superstitions f Irii Ireland therelow bfeeit for umny manx ages ciirtous Superstiyons re- rdiOfuhrles In tlio old tUne those Imagined little oiling were thought to bVhhlf humnii aud UV spirit nature and hnd strange iawes over hiiiHan klud The good folk oT Brln used tor propritisfo tilti fattiss lii itiany wgys few of them botng at foUowsi It a child spilitd KiiilR on the floor the mother would KAy Tlwts toy the firlej thinVing thatsoiue fairy had cauWl the acelilent CLhns the cureless child wont unroprlmandjpdj one were throwing slofte out of the window or dot she musE cry out to the fairies Take dire of the vyatefjf Otherwise some fairy Psslng wight get drenched and mtmlate In soniii unpleasanjt man aer it a rhocseshoe were nailed over one door It would prevent flic fairies from euterlng to do mtecbicf to the hi mates Jf a small piece of Iron ware flewert Into an iiif uts gixrmcilt the fairies would never molest It by caus largoiv pun umiivyij yvaiur were nnced lathe kitchen at night the fairies on ctit rlng would not tauch the food there bntconient tbemselveswlth drinking the ivaCer f Hunt the SUpper The players Iu this game seat them haTInghinseaoutsfdc the circled The children seat ed on the floor are supposed to be ebb lucas aiid the one outside is the cus fompr who has brought his shoe to be mended He hands It W one t f them saying Cobbler oplfblorf mend inr shoe t3het It done br half pest two The cobblers pass te jihoe aVonnd to1 oach other as quickly as they can ink rg c re that tbre cU tojaor does not itser Uhklli Of thorn fjas It When the cuXlomcr xoroei to take it he is told Oinf It Is not rendy HeDretends to ei angry nad says htv wlft fake Jt as It fs He mOBt then try to fiiid k and jbo cobbler Vim lias Jt must try Jo lflss it to his neJgUUor without Its be ikg seen by the tsturncr The person npon WUQIU sthe shoe i found must Income th tUBtbfout while tujg cus omur takes hte place In the circle on the fhaor VThe Discontented Ass Ajtoor nss numbed with cdld in thC middJe of winter sighed for fprltifitlme jttcamesopn enousfb and MH tr Grizzle was obilgd to work fwm inornljig to night That did liol plojixe him lie was naturally lazy I All asses are He wished to see tha sutnaicr This seasn Is much more nifreoablerti nrrlved MAiiliow hot It ihsr t ried Master Oriz Jy i am all Iu n fjweat Au tkihii would wilt nf nmclf bettor He docblvijd iiInne again Jtor liei sync for ud to carry jto market listkets fllled With i ears tt ppic- i1 all iorts ofjirfholL Lie lied rc He had huffily II11W it9 steep Iool that Litsto coiBplHln of the winter said hi qI wiScold ltis tqkbi i r Itr dawn q Itttly uii Tny litter all day 1 Ike an animal of Jwiiprtante E eh season of life hjisits advjin tugiw iid Us Inconvonieilces The priHleut iiian tomplalnV of none or thembrotht French of Parrln ThoLoJft Wind J uth and her tnattitna were out drlv j InK lna country end they sawgrow lug Hll along the roadside tall stulkit of goJ Jd ro6r They stopped to gather Susie runt while Ruth ws plucking It tier mttuma told her hov i1t happoiledL to grow fSIt itdus thnt oiu day yrbllo airy prkiu out rWiijf o bhi bnutitiU browu red KUd yellow IxtijUerlly lie lost h5ehInte4lte west day wwn b w l tlic bntteiv jli c9v r theiuoadowii bq fuuud Itttle grlsJrnhIuk a bertuCtftil uw goUc a Ij wir Hlriauw unit it was his wand WtyH histi taken wx t tsi grown np jiwMIky other HOW H It AVps 50 pretty Unit Iw deckl a tw let it stay bora and bkwom for tfee pimsiiee pt thi ettrth people Whit Is hArtlcl Tijaesfct Of The cromi vHy imiv beakedte think- OfiMinearrIv1niit the rvojn One ot the iwllWwho1 are In thugBeeijpt jjrcvir misty lei7es tlio rwvHi tben ome thlug bus hen dwli jl upon be Is cjtt etl Itek SUiose they have fixed upon this The qamlon niayruu some 9Ls g IJke tills iou are to ahle the Vikje In tills itxsn vlilcli hasv ibeeh i ttt jight of Is It the ATjl paporS iut Iii It the t rMlny1T No Vis U leV mirrorIsIt the anubhHlr so Is II the clcxjkr yei This scorns nswltofe tail the frUk Ms easy the qtieatluiier fikvTNijj arranged thit tijQJlislit article shulibe ititentlop- tiestio aftorlsouiefWiiiifttliii hHti toutH logs i Lcsl fcritfcs Local ttolor la tu eXieHentadj to a good story Last It aRiiot shiptiiyV the giatte ot Incident JiilflmrJiUtt A young timtQr- riioiv u jHtssfednu 6t q promising reputation hits related huh j this fact was first pahifuMy UniirfHK t upon hferii Imi Htiwd pput ho na flier iii sit aiwieiu iHIulrt of New land and desIred tti rrjircdiien Its iii 111 of 1qus1lt olj fUsllIltlll trReviHIIy t Iy- He wwtifd tnjqtr1 f NYinir tale was IiIIi FJTJL to hInt t try Its effeitnpon ttuLfipfrp8di n a retired sep tniitHii uanterHryNbtft Jli- iIelUut I lkl1it soesn 1urttnsJ It Ilw thi plait it 1tiIvl the ohtI than WOIlt1y lts hIe hit piice litSl4Inflt to itte pLiiiVVJ5 rut waltln1nilI Vlje Iiisf thing thnt brtiipened wa tbe tiIdIStill mom rualiinjj watt tbecotnmeTit pf ajipther local rfcitl who Fetid tto styry nfterIt was p jbfiabed HouTe one 4 osU jd her lit it wcre dt well writtau tand yes said sUe Its written real elegaiitamd lIfelike a nature t only wjii ever did luffijtft ft toS L 45 i 4e = I PUBLIC f SALEv I I I I IIT I AT1OAVIM Having sold farm parLnorshipMc lrbv larmi three baflontilLsL 2 jennets with jack colts at sTde 1 tW3pti old jlTetgoud as anyboivTs Ann GX Nt 3312 fjyarti ljeniifet Istclam Kitty Washington regnlAr tfrvfed f wiva t Joe Irvin 8b pqrebied Sontlidown sbepii fe choice riftuihdown buck Jambs Topsy8eirei 2irV is 4 daos Peacock 1delym horse city bro e 1 tnrpfyefffQHGeldiRg I good broudl r dn wiiti tolt attidt 1 yearling horse coh 1 pair 5 1 zt old hqrse mules JB hands fit M pair cOming three 1aold iiiare inalea ijiaicji ga dt broke l pair jeirpld inues 1 mt re and 1 horse work ga id 3 pair coming thieejea old horse mules jwor1rgocI lt pair coming swgariulecolt1I hortboiiticowsItohcoiOOO0tobacccar farming implements Terms made known on fay of sale f OIbbc a I IIsscsE-YJS TESPD jfl ANDOPT1CLkAj VV it vwwv v+ t- IpaN BDELE2T IVNli WIMSA- I Thd Cqppage co1 INCORPORATJDS i y7thMrketLOLJISVJLLEKY- We mVu ea specialty of thfe foll4wiDgibrands MattinglyVMoore Sprin19O2L1t 4 Belle Marlon sprig 902 ltS Ol ij Everglade WatheVs Spring 19O71j5 I Wf ajsb handIeIMattinglyj Moore hI1iit SSV Vjlnd WiHdw Sprmfe ottJed in l p y Appe Brandy aiidBlf cherry MTm tt14li1w4 fl1cflcJ ShdQfsflt Worry Tvabout kiig The Mothers Oats Free Fireless Cpokis doing her work Andmuch jtter than she could dOV1t k Suppose she falls asl pF When her husbandfcomes home andwakens todoi out the perfect1cboked and ho dinncPI that inMothersboi1o4erEtIts specirjgr planned to prepare tnati idfoocIS QabiV 7 REGULAR AND which are not like othgm oats TIteyrcnotonly rcIled tp make easy cooking but are x MiTgtMIO meke digestion j Easy work for thecookzdtasy w kiit- he romiche Vtf iiuarc of MOTHERS itiMthersqrcam of the wheat Mothers Hominy Grits Modiqs Cbim Bbk FepCJStet1CutytetaMothcr Oats Fireless Cooker frcewkkcspoe Mysmgr cer 3ig WESTERN EREAt COMPANY OpaulATnil MILtS Q s cok AKRON BOSTON KEWHAVOi iEW ORC PHILADLPHI- SPiTTszitRGI CHICAGO tP ST lQG r SS 1 7W 4 k1G1T BIJ TO RESIDENT DENTIST i 1 TEETH EXTRACTED ftl t r ist J R HOUT PAIN lr 4Li Ck I r1i I l 8PRUNG FIELD KY 5 j 2 i All Dental Work Strictjy f JAc J 1 ti g9fc 7l 1 f IffR J C vU ULD v vv l J J ciw iud Sirgeon il7ic1 i1J l PIlce honrg S to 9 Imll rl7j j 1 12over Haydons DruJtore ttr i If4tf ftJ jjj Lampton M ijij- j i Offfct MI Otera Jlwse j 4 th e 251Pho Na II Residence No 38j i t = 4 trtr11Sr WFtQ ifk i ATTORNEYATLAW N Oc OTM Peoples Bant I fcPRINGFIELlJ KY Dn M W HYATT k if tt llceover iiross Drug v og q4es9Mce hoursHyatt 1030 4 fo jt 7 itor 12 m 4 to5pbK L f 1 JOIINYIIMAYES gr I j mIEBAluIHECJOR i AD lCEISEDC EMBALMER TELEPHONES DAY 19 NIQHT74 J f II SPRUGEIELDH II- Rmilroad Schedule t f following the time schedule t t v npfr in effect on tbe Bardstown 1 i and Springfield branch railroad 5v3Yt fii ljMo 41 Leavef Louisville at t l 4SO p mBardstownJuncttonr w Wi 522 pjaBardstowa 6X6 pro TV tEIJj arrives t at Springfield 655 p m t No 42 Leaves SpringekFat- A 4 T 1t o 61oSinrBardstown 645 a m Bardsstown Junction 730 a in- v arives at LomsviUe820 a m J No 43Leaves Louisville i j 735 am Bardstown unction0 d 77 1Q amk Bardstown 1045 a m Jr1 l J Ar4ve at Springhelol 1215 pin j 1 i v r N044 Leaves Springfield at l0l pnif Bardstown 220xpmj BatxJstown Junction 410 p mr j farsive at LouisvilLe 545 p ip li No00 J SundaysgnlyLaav s t fjptmgtield 715 it m BardstownS- pO f f a m Bardstown Junction 1 t r i ej4j5 avmj arrived at Lonlsvilc l X1935am SP Ko 91 Sundai dnlyTLeave f 1 1tLisvi1le 4tO00pmards ic Jto to Junction 645 pmJM Bards 4 II1i town 7 DV on pm4 4 arrives 3 f Jj ipringieldat 825 p nj SSttr iElANONSWlNGFIELD AUTOMO J1LE LINE SCflEOULE r pIngfie1dlJl I 31 S30am oarn 10Opm- t iirn m 500 p m i pm c3o pm 4l O4m Snaat200j m rt tf i 1arge Fees tf After Rpn1ainIn Bnrrlson had retlr j p1ts prIt4tl iiuw nuiltlvi 111p inii p tkAf jwke round himself assoda- led1Un j lir Knuxn UiiflJt as linT jMTObtir 6ut carrying tin politico if3pretIg i VV V w4i iVAjid iIstchtbe fee5tnqulred Mi 4S KflOX1fShaiWt d fHItr Mr Kuotsli uever dlvK f 1i whItte f rnrcplji t1P t UJl mltJ erns VO- r Ul yours II onet Tboae was won The two ig l You will unflerstnnd i r4Kt1ll sid tbt former pfMieat wbr I mot wish to divide the fees wlipn tt yofl that tyy tee in that case VT iS 25000 t lirb Indeed most Interestlngr vu piled the rittsburger Vel Gcl1cnt iIIire2sumyieewas 1OOOO041art tv Times r ltJ1i Hawe Science t After n4threeyears course It King s cojlese ftndon In home science nud ajf Uils women students will be able J9iF1 ifthedlploniat of M IL Smis hopedJ p jJ ilowbrk done in thesis courses inn iqcinvlnce the nblyeWlty nuthorltie lkc jn ttOndoR nnd eisewuecc that tin bieIauu underlying the flgirt manage Bcirtbf A house lsar ndvitnced nut wortY pf a place na university cal jjiaft as the EclencQ required for uhigndc torJor an engineer cTfcepr9inoter3 thus bQP ultimately 5ioian estcntlofl oi the present B Sc ilegiee t tzy TMWeHSfNew Yo- rktone vrisla uever think there coul- f two such tinsfjfjhisUcated youn- nfIRKl Uro ktonJut th 1 1 two Ji qiestIon aro aged evl- 1 ee otoX it few flays ago began layuig J11t or Ifew tork iV visit t6 r 4fWI tttiaas long been the goal c ies mbttfotr TbPy nti1Iy di 4MdtQ to 1i4 qcI4 the wltc4e J Jt friend lIttd thorn wh IPM57 W cCM froiM 9t ket jj WOIttO4G 4II 1r Iesp to ttal ieOMhi 4rOcktQ5T4M- IIL = II TOWN n H ln S ointetstlocal Ha The FrehefSLatestb n I AllAbout Yourett Friends and Acquaintances i cMMUJMU t flJlJ1JVIIOJ1J1i tIJI I New Hne auto veils at Watfren Sliadert a carload cf Birdsell wagons ee them afcA C Kimballs neautifullke of Moire aridl beaver hatsfa t arrivedAt Mrs Muilicans oeir Peopk13ank- FOItitEN3ROOhijtiliOU on East Mufti St Appl to T DTapii r Special prics on Misses and childrens hats Friday aMSat urday at Wathen Shader l 1IjOST Ope 400 pounfl black heifer has been gone for about one month Mrs E 8 Clements Wat hen Shader tne milli ners all ttaking orders forVJadies hair Nods switches etct DonHt Tail to call 4 Ir Call Saturday and see Ifour splendid liue of millinery Mrs Muliican over Peoples Bank fn new line of childrans hats anp apsatJBaif price Mrs Williams iirs I1ullicauover Peoples i Bank will baveher fine new line pf mUJfnerY16rfxtibiti riBatur day Dontfail to call i In a free for all fight at Brush Grove Tuosday Jesse Terrell t and Ben Crouch each received several bruises and both were t cut The fight was the result of t an electon quarrel t Springfield Lodge No 50 F A MWliI meetif1 called corn muntcation Thursday nightNov 4th Work in M M dpgree Mambefs of sister lodges reIfraternally invited The will of Mr Eddl Grayed was probated County CQurt Day i Le leaves all hiV property both ecsonal and real to his wife during her life and at her death it is to go to his child renaij hers jjI1 In the city election Tuesjay las RNoe asreolectedP lice J dge J 0 McBlroyWas lec ted Mayer and O pjharton W R1 Robertson C Bclntre iTF Simms Charles MdWhprteV and Joe F Petus were elected Council men ONE OP THE 250 KY Attp OHIO PAltMS I HAVE FOR SALE Near Walton Ky80 Acres level a1fiHLrblling Jland good bouse two arnsi tenant house 14 A corn 3 A tobacco S3 OC Jddwn Send for freefafm livt Prank R Crowe 33 E 4tb Sli Cincinnati 0 6LosBetween Jind Fielder Smiths C ur- iCourtdayaladies tgold watcl withl i a chain and green chJ xni1 ttachedL HRS J TMoNoGQjsiE5Yj PrederickstownVt Ry 1 5erious Cutting 1 While thecrow 1l were eagerly awaiting the returns on- last Thesday flhV Henry Wells a d fc eo Nunan beineengagedin j a difficulty that but for tK promp intarference of bystand ers mIght have been very serious A few words passed between the young men when Wells pulled a cnife and slashed at Nunans rfHce ulaking a gash on the Jefti Jhqek A seccnd thrust was mide which struck Nunan in the r ght cheek the knife burjin itself in theflesb ann the blad striking theaw bone aod break tog off in bis face Wells was arrestedand hela under bail fox ltIalicius cut mkto await th action off the grand jury which resumes jtssesjOQttoctay Shooting Caldwell A simew at serious affray took plnp on Election day at Card well in the Hendren pre = IITOPfeI MJMJ 1I lcinct A difficulty arose bej r Dq1IVardWard in tihjt abdomen with a ei atjIiatjif the injury was only a waslabol1twis said that Ward hadbeen drinking at the time EDftli daysurrendEredad was brought to Springfieldby Deputy Sheriff Edd AJastersand placed under bond to aWait the action of the Grand Jury FieldsMattingly The first publication forth banns of matrimony was made Sunday at St Rose between Mr HubertMattingly and Miss Mary Rose Fields Mr Mattingly is son of Mr arid Mrs Barton Mattinglv and 1n industrious young man Miss Fields is a AlFields GfayHarcKn V Mr RussellHardin and Miss i Ethel Gray surprised their friends ion last Monday by elop ing to Galliiin Tennessee wberes they were married They Succeed d m getting away from their homes very wjeil on Saturday night but found that the oad to matrimony was by no means smootbe thereafter Thy i stopped at the homejof hi sister bn Sunday night from there they went to Bloomfield andtopk the train for Jeff rson ilIeInd but failing there to secure theirJ license they went to Gallatin Tennessee where they succeeded ID getting the knott tied they returned home Wednesday morning Mr Hardin isa son of therlate Murray Hardin and a well known young manY MissGray is the youngest daughter of MrIl and Mrs James fl Gray and iis a handsoneyoungIadyOn OcV 27th Mrs Katie Latham wife of Mr Scott Lariham died at the home ot heri fatherinlaw Mr ED L nhathSMrs La n amVas the daugh t ter of Mr W J Mann and was i but sixteen years of age having been married but a fe months Herdeath was caused by a re lapse ifter bavin app ranLly re covered from tf pboid fever Tho if deceased vasa member of New Hope Baptist church i and wasljoved and respected by who knevf hen The funeral was conducted by RevsW4iili Williams op Springfield The NewsLeader extend its sincere syropatby to the young huslbahd iu his sad bereavement STII l wllon next sAyuRpAy NoV oth otfftr Vfpr sale privately at my hooaeipn Grundy avenue 2 hand some Mahoganp Divans 2 beau tiful Mahogney cbnirsf very handsome mahogany little table 1 walnuts toot dining tablp 1 small table 1 new solidoak prinr cess dresser 1 golden oak cjliiff oner 1 new bed with ratress and spring 1 comparatively new Arizoha range 1 walnut bookcase 1old fashioned Ba reau 1 gopd chicken coop 1 hose- good as new 1 garden plow tiever been used 1erms cash Mrs Bet reGlai1 m- I1I T oticeT Alll persons having claims against the estate of MaryJ Birch deceased will present same to me properly proven OQOrtfo foreJan ISt 1 gOO also all plRri sons knowing themselves indejbtq red to the said decedent will call andsettFeproinitly EDD BIUCH Administrktoh fAil iittEiiiP11jtobet sold atand below cost Anew line of trimmed hats Iff arja shapes to be trimmed Just in at very tow prices rl Seiethenrx Saturday i1I Mrs Williams L Z J t Jp Teeth extracted wIth out PAIN or DAGGER Np charges when plates are wanted WORK0166 r1 this otllce Is firs tC1ass pect and just as ad p b 1DoSt in ertiscd ever cnpD S I Iw V STALE V Springfield ity oo 99 PER8UNAL i f Messrs Frank and Ed WiUett of Louisville are spendingr ifewdays here vilh tieirparentsi Miss Isahdle Medley of Naza reM is visitiRgher parents here Mrs A R bhiiltz yas at St Marys College Thursday to see heiion Harry rethlI1edI j MrfrDavison heed is at hpmq from Lexingtoni for 10 few days Mr CharlieHaydQnofiShblby yule came home to vote andJ visit his parents near town- Miss Marie Malpney of St Catherines spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Susie Pope Mr R Y McElroy of Leba non was in town Mopday Mrs Mary Bochneand Miss Mary1 Taylor of Mt Zion web here Monday shopping Me Jim Spaldingof LebanorL pent Sunday herje l John C Shader J r spent the first of theweek at home Miss Laura Baker has relurri nmMrs Jesse Rapierpf Bards town spent Wednesday hero II ni1LFejix Hamilton at ebanon Messrs ShakerRl5ertsohr and Prank Peters wre m Lebanon Thur dayIMrs M H Jones is visiting el tlVes in Shelby ville- Ms Hugii Lee Smith is5 visi ting relatives at Bard toYtJ Miss Griff Shupk of Lebatob wks iin town one day last week Mr H T Gratz Js visiting IPSt w fe in Lbuisvilld ty 1L W Hyatt und Mr Charles Greene was in Lebanon Labinoa Thursday Miss MabelPirire spen TlllJrRi day with Miss f1Ta Spaltlingut Lebanon r1lr Howard l1IcElroyi a in Lebanon Thursday on business Mi Parker Medley hus ire turned to iSt Marys alter sphnd jing a fewdaystthomen Mr ry was4n Louisville ono day last week on husioessiMrs Pius Whelan and cliil dren of Bftrdstownare visiting ielntijVes here Charley Haydon uid Lestor Gibbsof Shelby ville were here tbisweek Willie Waters lef this oiorn ingfor Oklahoma City Mr J Edwin Sin t j andwife of Bloomfield Vcre Lcr6 6aturt day V l1LsMaLtipMcG andrIiss rfu Booker isited at Fairdeld his week ewCo ill Mn A C Kimball j wishes toj say that he has opened a new corn mill at the Casey shop and- S ready at all tiines to accoinb date customers Corn ground while you wait Call and see him JfA 1mpossbIe feat Take aMcbln CIIi will aoL from r Jur pocket and tell a person 1hlC tlio coin utt tlu floor IratnptlliUolj l In front of him sutU u posltloh tho tbe ciiniMH pick It up Thcii place Ijfii with his bnok toi the wall MS hpl 1bCtt1tdJ t tf f lug his lich it will be found to b Impossible Pct Chameleons Ohamoleons are Interesting pct They may bc cured for In nny simple form of ciig kept In a warinl place with plenty of sunlight Chimeleoua grepdlly meal worms whichjpaa be Nicholas p rcb11nt at most bird stores St The Way Ho Felt About It While several young ladlgs were dlv tnssing novel plans for a church bazaar a new member of the committee proposed to have the pastors photo graph reproduced on pillow tops and chance them per All the girls voiced their approval at once but when the plan was BUggested to the parson he objected H really cannot consent itdd bfc Tvq been sat on enough as It Uj i Ladles Home Journal 4r i J jsegpigvictor3I nor tkNommee5 Vi nth Judicial ForDe tie E1eDxstric 1TheY jvasdne thehistoryprecincts thlcwete elates be tween the opposjtrg partinsofe- acii side Tla results from over tllbentirG district show a sweeping victory for the Democraid ticminees in all fsurcouQties giving a Demo cratic majority Thurmaasma jorityip Marion county was 683 wjiile that of Mr Hill was con iidr biYllarger Green county Ii gve Thurman a majority of 175 and Taylor about 400 while Washington was19 The victory shows that Juclge Thurmans judiciakrecord has met with the approval of the people cf the districtt by a large majority ttSoon after the returns came in largeJcrowdi f afterjcheer Judgehomespeech from bi veranda thanking thepuople for their aid in victmyT was eleoed Representative fyy a handsome majorityj ThCre mainder of the ticket had no opposition Thomas Votaw Republican defeated J 0 Hamilton for Magistrate in the Mackv lle Hjendren district and J W Hays Rppultcin defeated J M Mont r gomery for Mall iltrato in the BJukh Grove Mooresville dis trJct and NimrJd Hendren won over oJi Moore an Independent Uepubiican inthe Willis hurt Nffth Jrttrict The Fiscal CSiirt stands thrpe Democrats and threeRepubcns The precinct vote of the coun ty is as fellows Fredterickstown Thurman 153 Lewis 127 Full 174 Graham 90 Graham 162 Dedrcau Os MooresviKe TtiurmSn l4C Lewis 108 Hilt 145 Graham 98 Graham 148 Ded man 99 Willisburg TlfuVman 109 5Graham5 Mdckvillri Thurman 183 Lewis 118 Hill 180 Graham 17 Graham 182 Dedman 119 North Tharinun 87 Lewis 138 LUlL G61 Graham 141 graham14 SS77 Dedman 188 JTenren Thurman 9G Levis 149 Hill 8 Graham 145 Graham 80 Dedman 150 Pottsyilfc Thurman 172 Lewis 108 Hill 164 Graham 102 Graham 164 Dedman 102 Springfield No5 Sf Thurman 181 Lewis 215 HiH178 Graham- 203 Qrahatn 173Dedmaii 195 ilurquutilOG Grahau 109 DedmVn 101 pfingtijQld No It Thurman 147 Lewis 188 Ulll 1Q6 Graham 11Q Graham 147 Dedman lOT Itelly Shop Thlirraan 14- Lowts1O1 Hill 148i Graharir91l Graham 147 Dedulan OF Brusli Grove Thurman 64 13853SalIaSPi V Letter Lit LeiterV remaining uncalled for in1 Springfield Ky Post Office for wkekendjjig Nov 3rd Edward CiuO Rev Danl ukfr6wayf 2J Mrs Etter Coivln t Mrs Mali ndaolowr M D Drakej J 1gr Steam Laundry ItitDunn V Alice Echelon Mrs5BeckytJaiil1t9ri JJ tjary LtzzikoViatiS t- irvin Hood l l Mts Tresa Grovejsf r Henry H Hubbarcl fi Willie Hughes 4 Henry Jisen 0 G Marten Mrs Mattie Monlmery Mrs R P 4ontomeryt T k Ryaleyf f f r Miss Katie Taylor t ttMissMt and Mrs Gep Tong Persons calling Jot these lht iter i ledse say adyertUg 1 1IWE ARE ii SHOWINGI I 1LT 1 n uy u If i at We are also some coats were o r 4 and it is al J 11 will gof s HA j Ot J It up a Ii f r i c J ii 5Fkundd 0 10z for Lawn and Garden pnap No agents U F R t t 7t1t JE LUNGSV- ITH rr 0 5 Tri cWcFre AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES QTTABJilTTEED OB MONEY BEFUKDSD irQuite D5ff cnt Mnrln said M rUn wi lf Inylnp aside his hnt anti overcoat ami rubbing lila bands gleefully tOKctbor you knov5 tflint for yoars wcliav boon wanting to buy a bulUUnp lot In Ken nedyML cotililnt aCTorfl to do It nu account of the hlgbj prices they ask for buduit tbor Well Pro just leanjpd that Qulnlttn who owns one of the best lois lo that entire yW sell If fon half what Ittcost him If he can get the cash He needs the money and cantt4etlt any other way htvc a great mind to buy It tomorrow morning It comes easily wltblrionr weans 5i dhnt think you ought to do It Joshua said Mrs Itawllnk yoit nt think Iiought toJbuy Wby i Jit would be takfbgj9 advantage of his necesltle tfttnt Maria ROTldos have just learned of a spletrdfd opiwrtunlty to buy sohio fur allure tbnt wt upid Orlgson Mul llns are nc1irU lnpnrlxt1i ts at one third less than IClJ1S they are overstocked iud cant afltord to catty thfin tthrmish the season Id like to t I Lovo In the Kitchen Among tbedrnestie5servants otn Gcrmantown woman Is a very pretty Irish girl not long In this country Now Bertha had not been at work more titan a couple of months before she became engaged to u plumbers apprentice She confided to her tnls tresHhovever that she had no Id ten tlon of marrying at an early date but wished Instead to save tier money and afford the apprentice time to Jjecpme a regularly registered plum her 1bcmls rss good naturedly assent 0J to Hw Rlrrs request that Uie lilUbe aljpwed ta visit her In the kltcneh1 It was observed that on aueh occasion only the voice of Bertha could bo heard coming tOm the kitchen Your doesJft seem to be mtichf a talke said the icily of the houio Uertbn N87fium UtJd Bertha leastwayp not yit irrium BUt hell do bettiur as tome goesSony Hes too bashful ylt mum to do nnijyhhlng uorotbtnP- hliatlblpLilu entC Iress k KTajiIng tho Bbok k Et lit nudall tlin English siea4iiIKCoui1tPiCS the kissing of the the iratie tttoiiliIng1 n lialMame or sacred jHectsfl ti lditoMiui ttoucljed the altarV casket of relies Tbe form So bdJp the God J9m thi rlted froin aKcIeliit ring on the altar swore So help mtI Frey and NtQr1 and the tJ Jty GdrtLat JR thOr Tlieflpt 1itto l t J 0191I W ic Th largest line of Boys P t IIe- ver inS prinl frele iso5 Z O T NstS t r T U1 V riln U1h I SPEQI4rgatnsfehanCoffering arSwhich carriedgood clean stuff i omeof Iit- iI watm Just opened big Men Women and Children I Q- f tr t I BoktsonClaj INCORPORATED H Iii t Fruit Ornametal TREES Everything Orchard Catalogue plication HILLENMEY Lexington COUCHKDLLTHF AN- D1CURE r0Wgs New DiscOi1 FOROOO SATISFACTOB FuhlIlsltmbut neighborhood iiotS 1ulture ncdentfilly sweethejirt bootNjefore Lbutitliornrsfrfl Hnrokftie TeufottleScah 1d1nnlm M8uaUdB Slits find Oyercots SWfl from to 25OG trllsanv1tes them The r J1 ri- t DRINi Jt T1 r W 4 FN TAI 1 v f The Dri Kthtit r helps you ll f fwThe Drink of the Fans Rich Rcf rL i M Taz ItLookGSItTastGooyIt Is Go i FANTAZ The Pennant Winacr V 4 F N TAZ The lit of the SaupiL TRY IT AND FIND OUT l r Its Sparkling llxhi tnlt 1 kie Uertlien i Bits ICELBSS SQDA FOUNTAIN t ffltttt TIIiTAEPL i Successor to Whrto 4b Ta 1 LEADING LlVERYMAN + = f X Horses fed and property cared for Jeri isesI buggies carriages arid other yMcim IrT hire Safe driving horses and vtttkiey any and all ocasion for hire rr W v t UNCLE SAM ItWay Our Nickname Said to r Hnye Originated famllhir filckname lor the Unit Is sitld tohave ome about h he following manner During the war of 1812 the United States govejcninont cnteretl Into a pa tart with Eibert Aiiderson to furnish tUIifl to the army WUenerer the United States buys anything front a rontractor It appoints AH Inspector to that the goods are up to the spec OiVitldns IiMhbj case the goveranjcnt npnolntcd a man by the name of Sam lie Wllsoh He was a Jolly vliqle tfouled man andwna famlllatly knoyn ns Uncle Sab5 It wag tits duty to Inspect every box td cask thnf cnmo trout Elbert AB lorsotu tbD ontttwxtor and If the tenls were nil tight the cargo wa markca wftH tho letters EXUS tile Initials of tlie contractor and e die United States rheJJvan whose duty It yas ti 86 this uarklnp was something aJokftr ifid Ivhcn somebody asked hlea OM rtiiy what Jheso letters stortl for lw snld that thev meant Elbcrt Audcr 6tt nnd Uncle Sam- 5verytodr Including Uncle filraBelf boulht 1hl9a very good tNind lb3bfld 11r It got inirt print JM tilfore ther end bf the ivnr H known nfl over1 the country aiM that Is how the United States received te 1ttmc of lane SiniDes ltiJlnew 1- atstnpnrid TeaUnr f f HaI RZj UWh1l1s an exprtr i tfcot her bvIhtet p ttta It wt1sa pdser f awk9wst of thCrr riiitegtbeied- D yosbeow irifIr L MATHEMMIAL S IL i Origin ef Ns MNs M4IN5 I 4 DMLSThe sIP ot wMtttai to itrtva the initial Iff ter t the woud tNf U toaJciH the e pUU letter it vttr made toore awl asss tM e top pert efthe pwi1th near ta et t riet pstffca 8 we kaaw It wsSreachedS t Tue eiguofbtrietos 44Lrr m the wordT 4- W Mriit caMesd Ja a L4od pnUt Itec abe tr it liI1 c t that oie fll ietta bed bs left U laK the ittiteN i + t4 lather INT1nc tSThe IIIUpUCatloa a wa ILii + byC crD this pSiii t IsP 4Qf telJx ThiE wee s bse uisI- tipikation I1i Js HIt poiteur M M littonSL Dlvis4Wsa itaitj Iusdi- a tJadtt Ul lisa aid t51I bsI t iIi y rtQr I ueIl I wUttbtie divioc to tt rtjbt Ait sara o- eT tkWttiett dV w suilt- g4 aje4is and pI eat l tb pc Qtileh Aa with tM othia ttnd I Mfi 5w iMPt OfB ke IMtI letter otts ee I tT tqIt75U it a azpSiIw4 lM tM Jt h lft t1 i A lrw1Iti tat i JtO j5 7 L12 7 rw I rfiNjiGWUil j sSwa- tisiI a vi S VUU to look c SVtIy orir u sl thi Detrok- asee Wi St MOfSt LiJjtu RI a pyd stIon r 7 OWMBUBH l us IB fact Minifer Jennings hi f tk that ma year or two iwI Owofe will iw the teeing shortstop on j k as JoltMnnat cltcnlL He is sure 1o t hi every reapctand If no qu eHdwif beftjl him will make j ii hafiililnHi liar frr k1iaelfas 7 f jtwA JUrtottp The Tlfem obtained Mk iiviM IwBoiwlta iMt ftil iI e r4e pIty jLKhMfii record books dispute the yjg ii Iripte I XMUki byE1w1l Hthec qf the mr PKrrMMfM h WlD a game with the IT hi 1ProTW cf R May 8 4sj tfctf to o ikmbt in view of the w 4ri t eyewItneaa like T H trM Cktfft Wright and Jack t kUHMtN firhf were playeri In the I puM that HiM mad tbe play The H jr WM lie txtnwcdlQary that thfe vSdM aeer hUed td record It prop rijr sad that tact led the late Henry ClMMhrfcfc te itafwtolt The basest wwe fitt at the that awl with the batsVcr 9 M hteMHaff the base runners felt ifa safe The men on third and I Jieopl ma heaie ann the man on first W ahwont down to third when tnesI uHte a w a4erfvl catch He rin to thiMidby tovchiac the base doubled i api1ik two rQBBera who had gone krbs There the real play ended but wiiBiijr f PrerMcBce seeing a base t raaaif tryte to get back to second elMd to BhMM to throw to him and r tbif Met ted to fte confusion of the 1 MWal swrer ItVaa of course wholly p 1tothrow to Sweeney T M Trfttttrs AlKtad w 41The tretUac korea exhibitions given by a K Billings in Russia have already had their effect and recently few great trotting stallions were ship ped from JJew York to the Imperial t 9TrottIng club of Russia at Moscow i rWJth them went six brood mares be w lodging to the Russian government s which werewat to this country soy erer weeks ago to be bred to Peter the Great the jRirat Kentucky sirej Rus k ma4e aeveral efforts to purchase JVter the Great and recen ly Offered f7OCO for him but he was not fo aGe v fjTb hows thatr went abroad were w BcMuce Wilson 210 a nlqeyearold Jrottinjf ttallion by Onward data i Georgta 8 by Nutwood Might A A vtwo rearKM bay coit by Mighty tn 4 ward kim iiargaret A darn of Mar jpret O 2 KJi by Axtell a two year td bay colt by Peter the Great 2T3 slana Honey Hf by aOnWard I aa4 atyearllBg by colt by Veer the I G rea V dam Grace Appletnn by On ward Th wet lateallsv fprtheowoerecat patw i whO Insist on keeping Tallk fowled Into the stands but j faas who derkle the efforts of park theI jHceM fl io recover these balls have no VVjrUluitjoa In oseot the games recent I k s fy played by Plttsburg thea IOSI alKMHiMiiVto 14250 as thirtyfour balls ere bs No business nan would I ataBf tot such a leakage as this tt Ivery day without tanking some effort j V 4o a4 f It and that hi why the chili 4 f mve1tfot on the return of these 1u ItJ aaeerth1ngthameii who rp g wokl be auItsd If taxed with dis iio Mtjr and who would not fetoop to CM lareffiy will steal a baseball and dies ptrjure themselves to keep it f4 1kIlrdInMlfl LaitaySay lets promise to mnrri t chvetherwhen we grow up Gracie Dh I night like somnbodj ese p hetter theft Lonny ile too Grame IhwwilyHOh yes lets do promise 1 JCauMs City TimesV jaAucceuMrs Ileupcck I married you to re you v Tftr Henpeck You sucrcwi SvTli wer marry again Jf I live to years Old IllUstrotad i IithcHMad HIITS FORFAR MES IhI Tbc 4HbaU farm although U Sw ot the shie issues of the farm Bbojdd be handled with a yle tQ gtv Igf K aa opportunity to yield jnaxi luuux returns Core should be given to th selection of parent stocks Well formed lHiltny deep milking1 ewes are the foundation rock of successful lamb gi wIng A well bred vigorous j rani of the approvejl market type la IndlspenHHbttv Coiuplyinfr with mar ket demands In quality condition and weight of the lambs uttered makes It necessary that they be well fed for the lamb that iIs njbt fat will not grade u IMre or prljne it Is further neces j jttiy tn aiKtrate the ram lamb when U u few days Old The ram lamb inTiiines cparso and loses In fleslvwlieu his sex Instinct develops and hence is tritgJy iflseriintnnt1 ugnhistliy the market At alt tniijs uu effort should be niudo to keep the flock healthy and free from internal pnraslles Jrofess or Ayr 0 Covey In Illinois Agrlcul tutt Jse Cure In Feeding FowlsV Fpwls must not be overfed They should have 6nly what they willert tip cJpan says Western Poultry Jour nal The dry feeding method however allows food to be constantly be fore the stock Jq hoppers Champions cot this method claim that fowls will not overfeed when dry material Is constantly before thorn for they eat of it only by degrees taking with II drafts of waterT to wash down the ibod ThIs We bellcvle shouM be al towed only with dry mash and not jlvlth whole or cracked grain In the latter case the amount should be limit ed to an averagcof a handful for each fowl in the pen and scattered among litter so as to Induce exercising Black Knot In Plum Trees The best treatment for black knot in plum trees Js to cut out the knots dur lug the winter season goipg way down into the healthy wood and Jmlnt the wound with a strotrg solution of copper sulphate in water Wornis ou currant bushes will be easily killed by dusting the leaves nfj soon as they arc noticed with powdered hellebore or parls green Both remedies are ef fectuai but thp hellebore lias thc ad vantage of not being poisonous to man or auiuial Rural New Yorker Flock Management Probably the most important time in flock management is the bleeding season writes an Iowa farmer In American Agriculturist After a ran hi chpsen the ewes that abe breeds should not be less than one year old or never breed any Iambs It does not pay financially as It decreases the size and runs the flock to scrubby smal and interior animals The breeding season will begin Tn October ana probably last to Dec according te the lambing accommodations Horse Cough Remedy Mix up a cough powder coniposed powdered chlorate of potash sb ounces powdered lobelia live ounces Jamaica ginger four ounces granu lated sugar one pound Place a table spoonful of this In the feed box before feeding the horse and put the feed oii top of it also use u mixture of uqiu ammonia one ounce andT qllve oilY three ounces ou the glands of hU throat arid along tbq windpipe dally until theskin becomes tedder Nation al StockmanBlistered ChicksVAir blisters often show tbemseivo in young chicks The skin puffs ou and seems 11k3 a bladder of wind It comes on the Abdomen sides and un der the wings and neck Priek thf blisters with a needle to let out the air Add carbonate of iron alternated with granulated charcoal dully In the food The diet should be oattnea principally with plenty of sharp srK wjthln reach Western Poultry Journal A wituifnliRt in Uogota is saia in hove discovered In the forests of Uo lumbia a new textile plant the fiber of t which Is particularly suited fpr the uunufacture of curtains By placing small cylinders contain Ing compressed carbon dioxide with fuse plugs melting at 200 degrees Ir coal hunkers spontaneous combustion It said will be prevented To save time In restaurants a Phlla delphian has patented aspigot for cot fee and tea nnis which opens a valvt and allots the contents to run out when a cup Is pressed tip against It The Bth5tics of life Insurance pen pie show that In the last twentyflve years the average length of a iinans life has increased 5 per cent or t r whole years from 419 to 439 years A bionze tablet of Major Gfenera John Sullivan commander of tilt American forces at thelaittle of Rhodf island Aug 29 1778 has tfben placrf u a niche In the stal house at ProII qrfr- inauitnoins was riuna lu nytr op e Eskimo villager on the banks tffth Lena It wt s imbedded in n vdsticaki pf ice The rilirgers mMtfrd thp Ice they fdastcd on theulOOO 3parol flesh and then they ztkl tju usfts Only the bonw reuntlncd iJtea Zj Lover of tile Petersburg Imperial tut scum reached thtt riitlaulslt vlilasr after a Journey iif 7n50 ftifiltiK Ii took the bones bmis to tint nttitftun where you may sue them nu uatd tc day He bouglit the tufks frum th Ivory traders anrrscd them on tb KkeMpli tttd the book he Wrote about lila nnd is Mill n text book amons th tnjiujmotli miners f ourdny breed in tko south ever since Its 1m ycrtrttion in to this country and th Ken tuolcy Jersey cattlo Club will giv valued at 5 000 for tbe bes wn Secrets di UM4 tset who hea perlaape harcl a r Mhr mea QCwcMHaa Ia the iieari a t serek ofjuilt or shame but DrZwoalcaJze e dtbpinted in their cx pcgthia prayed Jyit t tici that xun tyeiht per cent of i irMted y Jr Pie have bee absolutely cad 1iuurd hVricord woW be remirkable if the tr nmmtttnt ylMHklreo8 only But when Nstd1s to tiM tontmimt oi more than Mfa jail 1s k a of ioenL IuJruI Dr tsns ike gr itaes a oord iaui by wai4 5 5hHer eately wkboat icMIYry J R VPierea Prut DVPiEcwVPAYoITE PZECWIPTI0N- W k WO2L tx zig- io1 Wcimo73 VJMNLdmsy sIrniE Trb- Kidney trouble mindpreys upon the discQuragesandiesseusambitioii tvigorness soon disappear when thekidneysar- coutoforder oriiLsr easedVSidney trouble has prevalentthat mon for a dilid to be born afflicted with weak kidneys lithe child urinates too often if the urine scalds the flesh or ifwheu the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with hedwet ting depend upon it thecause of the diffi culty is kidney trouble and the first atep should be towards the treatment of Tbisuapkhsanttrouble the kidneys and bladder and not to a supposeWomen made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy The mild anti the immediate effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It is sold hy druggists in fifty icent and onedollar Yoninayhave by mail free also a lLt- pamphlet telling all sl8wnpfloqtincludrng moulal letters received from sufferers who found SwampRoot to be just the remedy needed In writing Dr Kilmer Co ISinghamton N YM be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address j Binghamton N you every bottl RAE VGERa IN INDIA Natives Method of Choosing a Winner and Making Bets The natJvtf of Indfa waters his mpney according to the colors worn by the jurheyjj and takes jio heed of the merits of the horses or he will back a horse ridden by his fnvorlti Jockey matter whether the animal tq a rank outsider or not Qls Ideas of gambling in fact are distinctly Novell Some of the more wealthy ndfails form rings and back every bprsein the race thus gaining he satisfaction of getting a winner every tIme It Is really only of late yqars that tlio native of Indhvims be come a hiibitual gambler mi fhe tUri and nowadays the bulk of tilt bettinp If the various nicing centers in Indl la done by natives Indeep the an thoritiqs aresomewhat concerned abon the growth ofvtbe betting which 1aUe place among Indian natives it hemp asserted hat as plany ip thirty Jaw of rupees about 43000001 is lost nziV won in th xflurfie of n season The iguprant passes have not wageTutwith the craze for betting at race meet ings that they frequently wager what little property they possession a bore1 ind If they lose they simply repfyct their loss byVteaflng a neighbor roods Thes consequence that when the racing season comes around the police are kept rery busy dealing witli cases of potty Jarccny and other crime Involving lossVOl property Londm TitBits NOT ANNOYED The Directors Were Rather Please jat the Barristers Refusal Mr Reader HarrIs K C was onct fferqd a brief marked 50 gujnea or behalf of va raifway company that wished to obtain a refreshment ficoiisy for n particular railway station He returned the brleC on conscientlou grounds but later on Jt was sent back to him with a fee of 100 guincaH milrkcd ou it Thhtc time he returned Jt with a note In which he texplnlued that hjs refusal was due ItO rt matter tit principle Suhsequwntly he met om oKtlie directors of the couipnuy and expressed n hope Unit he anti his col leagues were uotjinlioyed at conduct 1wirfg brewer was sitting on the board for the first time at the meeting at which the solicitor reported tlnjt your brief innnked 50 gulucae had been re turned j Whos ills psttlut singliiK Bumbug he naked Mark the brief 100 guineas and Ill bet you anythiur you Iiie hell take it Ob you will will you asked tilt chairtnitn YoU see we all knew yoy Harris Wej took the brpwcr on ttt5 to in five pound notes tIe booked the bets vith evcri ono of us and he has paid up London sirapg Vt VV Professor George Burrnan lost r who has Just beert dropped front the Baptist mitnl8tprs Conference of Ghl rago owjes expulsion to his denial In n recent book of tue divinity of Christ The effect of thoartlon or the confer nice Is that Professor Foster cannOt upeafc from nnft Raptlst pulpit In Chi ago lie hits not been expelled from the church but from the linptisj stiurches of that Conference For tie past fourteen years Pro essor Poster hasbeen a member of tile faculty of the University of Chi cago for ten of which he was are tessor of systemulii theology In isbs lEolInIr flU1LlN 1O5r1tLI hwwevpr he was transferred from iha divinity school to tIle philosophy do part meut of the graduate sliIoi Per sistent attatJcs ou Professor Foster Jby Baptist minlsterSbecauKeof oh hlub yrli ichanV- atHd alleged uIorrJi VtJ- Xteaehings ar 541d 10 have cicasfued this actlSiti Before going tc Chicagn he had teen pastor of ii Baptist Church at Saratoga Ni sVProfessor Foster Is a graduate of th9Torlestcirbe studied at the universities of Got iuken and Berlin fie Is n native of yearsId MULES FOR FARM WORK Why a Breeder Considers Them More desirable Titjui Hones XII oidles dre gncdriimlvg if prop Arl trtttijteil say it TiuiH ie bnaxl etv Aptj there Is no nct sstty that any limitation yf limUf or latitude IJP plattQ whan tbe ti Wfj ov innl and mjuinfrii by unprejudiced people ou northern farms tUeyurt its suite factory in that section n in Tenius Joe Missouri or Tex Of coutiso where large implements are insed nod weight Is nit important fact r in a snuiU mules will not serve But on tilt sugar plunln lions of tlic south aisles MlxhHn to eighteen untn ls nn cmmnoii and though tbt y burn Iwtss weJItfiiMfem tin draft brawls of horses bCrfi saute height they tjinw a bis a plow antI br4akj as much lund In a day a1 fliost of the heavy hopKu tcsnux As tp the coat of keeping nmsure tbiit tiny are ftt Intuit 25 pen irent less expensive And 4o the nJfctter of wt an southern farms or cny others where catfjjgss umnjtigraiiiiit nmy detrimental mules tire fur inore desir able than IMWPH Of coined the otliclPHO of n team of mules In accomplishing Tarm work tic JSSXrr AND FOAIi IIon the same lecture as In tin horse teains tli tlbfitolck movement Tuq aVcr pe plew tattle may 1le glow er titan an averhjre plow1 horse bur thore n6 nveillbat It aWrinW is-Tile tVraiing Is wliiit delonriines that in most eases and frdni toy 6wi xv rlence should say flidt It is ns easy to have a quick stepping untie team as ahiSrae teautjf a cotton or susnr planter buys voting mules xW Iems their ureakmt to negro fi rm 1lt1iI i and along wtli slow old hoiws rt mulesbe vlil be sure to tiyit x vtrV glow walking team f Once had a fcur With t 4m thn hicbe to a wajgvB or two pk ws dhv its niueii work V1iI tlm vl emily red rhaitlicy yf CVt- b wjBll Ire and they wessaFtofuse ert1bI ns uMrti work any kind Vte ltet VlPiVLJ1J alit Cost a foi i Ii tti flip C And tin otbor inM t po nt wli I jmrtiMl with th nwnittw J5ieorthirtw u yours dlUCrv st4tII4 tOrenlly la Witir prime 4It is kJwn thAt htfm lirove nit dtirabier Protcctng rloracsTffotn FHos To kw K files from uift kyiMcw t tOItIieiIEmaiibtsidnsO1grl ieiivtteOver iKntn yditi two fir turn uarts Of noli titid vfrr Let JJU tb1 tile uialil audip r the whok next iDonM nUtti n ke tftx AIJow Jt roboi about Rrtoctt tnfIutLta be res4ytu mOre Is np pixary tbmiUiu ravn ionj4tt Cofr xttirtliit joitt wwi itIn team Irwui tic stibk utl Xfthl rjit liquid over thoiie RnrbfvrWch arc most IiTeCtQLFrtiIV14IIrU1VVV VJVVVV4 VETEI4Y The1 following ki au oifl fIukins l ritttftty ftr cakwlv jRlckjt flub sufi soap on flit aftecM part mrtft R iathii Is fixweii It4tVeiVttiwVaunt tUe bardntea liypiHMti U trcyirJ CaUls Tfcjw VPftkaure baud on eat tic ii n way to get ril of tb i teto pto r tleVcltiehIluoMeitvd with pwtjgittnft Uu peat when uoieHiBiry nttfOl rkkjf any doitrotf l pistatoes For Worm lf li onsen or colttVlutswerma try feoiHiig theta raw fwtMtHg limb alined You will prybably Wave b luU lie pfcttVPieK InwUh thy ufldVal Urt 9 get the horses to Wttbem A feti raw potatoes ulfbk reed fV a iMtrftent nuy time Cir For ffJHJWound When it horse jdcjw ohV agnail l1w sttru tocut out funnel ftlbu ed cavity as dItip U the voundiiifil jnaktt If blewl nil It iwBSlbly will Tttii Dik iit wash WHttrthat Is strongly cc tc t wItjcitrbolk xckl several tlSs s tt tV keep tbVOLt pttckwl wltb Akuiu Cause of Roddish Mftk I Bloody or reddish milk may caused by bloAvi Jt tile nddcrror inflammation froai cttti vn ts au1 In disorders and diseases of children drugs seldorh do good and often cjo harm Careful feeding and Vbathing are the babies remedies SSgstts EiBiilsjon- is the foodmedicine that not only nourishes them most but also regulates their digestion It is a wonderful tonic for chil dren of all ages They rapidly gain weight and health on small doses FOR SAIIi BY AIA DRVGGISTO Send nam of taper anti this ao fOrV lVVa SketdiBnok Eicti lank containsIGood IHC i Penny SCOTT EOWNE 409 Pearl Su N V VVV Get We gtcs11dontyott9Ofcoursemiisery and lie happy againVVf yourillness is caused by female trouble yOuV can quickly get the right remedy to get well ItsCarduJ This great medicine for women has re lieved i or cured thousands of ladies suffering like you from some female o- ub1eIAKECAgUI For Womens Ills Era Fannie Ellis of Foster Ark suffered agony for sven years Read her letter about Cardui She writes I was sick for arlydiecurecL Cardui is a God end to suffering women Try it- AT ALL DRUG STORES not UUCOlUino Ill rfuiAJHI uvu sudden accessfcpuoif rid food may duce locril congestion with lucreasetl flow of milk liiiw S JB If the dlii colored milk fr cnusod by couleeion n snllnie laxative followed with nltor n restricted diet and frequent bntiiln of the udder with very cold ivater usefulDr Ilcbeuer in Farm Jour italV FOR TREVVHOUSEJFF Sweet Cucumber Pickles Slice the cucumber and lay iln strong brine for three days then drain and lay in fresh water for a clay J tne a kettle with grape leaves and arranst he cueun bers In li in layers strev Ing a pinch of alum over oach layer Cover with cold water put over tin top layer pf furunibtrs three layers a ihe grape IeIIVVftV on the lcd anilI steaubthe pipkh itt the side of the tango fur six hours pnjin iud throw into void water anti when Hrm drnli agnin awd pnelMnW flare Kill each Jai with bollhrg vinegar that tills beet seasoned with a cupful of sugar each nart elght black peppers eight whole cloves six blades of niece and slx lillspice Seal the Jar while still overflowing Set asideseveral months to ripen before using VProfutse Perspiration Some of Its mrist unpleasant effects may bo alkiycd bv bathing tile parts affected whit a lotion uiadeof one purl Of boruclc acid to twenty of hot water Boracir acid In the focm ot powder may also be dusted on th skin and will he found a valuable gent in jvercunring the trnuttljt Sleeves wljkhnre too tight eUUer along tiiearmsrorIif the arniholcs Ire qiionm occasion exreativo perspiration pf tile hBiKls For the latter use n spoinful qC awwioHJa the rfnsiug wtner iJiidjlien before putting on croves lifthQi the palms jyllh the fot rowIng solution Pondered aliimine half an onuce boiling water one pint BpJrlts ofjainuiopia one teasjwonful Spiced Celery Fifteen ripe iimatOPs live buncheSp of celery two cupfuls of sugar out and a halt cupfuls of vinegar out ta J bloepobiiful of salt t ue teaspoonful of iiuistnnV one tejtspoonful of ground clovep one tcsispoonful of ground Ull spke one teaspoonful Of ground cln nampji one tLnspuoiifuI bf celery seed j rand VgQednledved pipper Ubop the celery ppppers and tonmtocs to gelhJr thert Jniit all the Ingredient sad ljoll slowly one nnd a half houn This b found UelirJws Jth any kind of inntt xmi wilt keep well if stThdVUf In bottles wfth piirffln melt od over theorkV Vi4 Hantly Picture Hanger IHu trajMI herewith Is it handy pie turri bMttfer tirnt runt be adjusted to tit any ids of frame The device is of wire and the body hits a loop alibi tof by w iiifli U can lie hung on a nail The lejKpreOunrxid hunt have sup port jr lioiiks f r feotsnd tin single arttjlwBt ii right aimJi at tin tibuw AiJCVrAfl VILAMs IIititrame pctftou the feel and kept In VILineup antI dHwii till ipljr jso thht it ilKI be tThet tutlI gauging It so that IliCiii lure lintVi obviated nst tevlce described Is so nwde thnt tfte Iwdv rests tint against the wajl for yboie iengtlr and keeps he picture ut a proper angleVVV Vaehing Tinted Fabrics VVVV To wnah delicately tinted fabrics and Lave them retain their color make a large panful of thin flour starch When suIUciently cool take one4mlf of thc5 starch tn wash the garthent In rub1 bing arefutly by hand and when all ITcleanthe sbc1btoIyt inI SHtntlfd ciirtalust Pro nlcely lautt 1Ifbe thy qjeanfd VVcnns sjp Linen A fleatwOf1o tfiiat bu lit italjle t linen 1stV tfaun UrHHthJflncU ihrWrds ouau i KttiiHMlDih ifvirijt luok much fr tliu pjtch MTO mi Jt l LV VititaLiti tt ba fri that ptirjiose 111EPflODIGAL J pOUT 1ERFLY Pla el Her Part tto Good Purpose as It Prqied By MARIE DENSftlRE Copyright by Associated Literary presSJ At tiie age Of tjytIynIne Dessie Prjor was fprced toyit down and take stock jof herself he acquircmefits anti her tutuije jilie money her father had left her which she had foolishly be llered would mitt forevcr Jwas fjone wIth the exceptlpn of a few hundred x dniinrsVV She bad had agood time wii j itV As pie looked back over recent years laid considered Iuoishe bad spent it she liadto admit that she bad had a very good time with First she had had four year in the best cellegt In the collates sie had hud a year forclgn travel sire had betti mum about her own country she hnil jiafl scdsoa ln the iBouutaTiis seasons al thV seashope sea in the city site bad heard the best music seen tIle best plays rind studied the best ph lures in the world And as forciotns ihe had worn ilIit aid loft the IhlftJt productions of tile shops and expiH epeed mqdljtos Xow all of this was at an end sad denly Site lied lad a last Interviev with her fatherri Old altowiey and he badtold her tilt truth S1lehad ueiiV SP ler miens VIhC past summer intl prod11ltyWhat was she to do5 Of course there wa Aunt Bess for whom V5JItfld been ha uied Aun t Bees ilnder whose wlitfe site had gayly sQutiudcrcd her substance In riotous living She knew very well why Aunt BBSS had allowed her to go on susie had Site had expected her to make a notable match lInt fffte would hive Jt otherwise There fiad been men enough but Only one for whom she kind eared and he would have none of her And so site Uad ome to twenty nine and at the end of her for iue without ithe slightest claim upon her freedom Hie could llve with Aunt Boss but Aunt hess had girls pf her oVn who were just earning out dne after the other at enormous cxpenBe And Uncle Ed wasnt the tlchcst man la theVwollV 7VI cfttit litre on tb uM the girt tboijigUt Thyti take 1u and d0 their hieit Uy niiiiVlint Id bfr n burden 4J5V ijijljtlack if only hud learned ome uteftal craft And only 700 re thInsleftclotheeVIvL gut nough of them gocdncW kuo vsl I She laughed n Ittle troiliuloutly 111114Vtlnt ute I cant sell cray clothes1 I shaU hare to wear them WcllitV stand like thUVI caat live with Annt BAwtprldefdrbidit She checked off one flnw I tcnt twuhfl cant sew J cnittj cant do anything heSl droppid her head in 1ior hands an JiwlnAt hen raised It rcBoiatcly Pe Tryor yoiire a chicken hearted thing Put pn yfcar things and tithe a walk You vttt be crying next thing you knowi VVShe sprang up doaaed hat and furs lcsvngtim tillsurontclty At the very first corner hs slip Ws wailing briskly ahis tr bg o get tIle boUcr of btr rct Jinga iic met a walking4iiMbrIskly 4rhiyV M1ItaVVVetIILadV tdjg ut IWr it itci Un4en t spot yj rx AVhero in rTheWhy dont you kuow im hpre taking a couite lirtJn busiueatf col liege Im learning sh rthHnd and type writing You haMoIcedropped Uiores Uoon liard times at home and theburdentinker with i trpewrlter even whe shantlIkt Jmvi to look to it as n thoRnsof fefiif Port V VITypewriting and CarthBrid liens bniicd Viradgo RU spekfccainestly Od you auppljtq i ku w cnowgh t6 nhh iLite hue zeya nraVtka those CiiVtDo gM 1Ut1cOrIaI1I1YVV5owftLiug1t Iitss rlieV troaWt la you doriMiav jo ktltuiVVV AlL bu tdO I3eaitll soi3i I4et mealk With toiL you about it And atf they went jlBtffi up tiw- 5tliCt tOgOthVtl SIlO t iid letitry le Uad not cared much fop Mpdgo In p a legie f6t Madge was lu lLllfrfrcnt set froro Viler owil but she saw uov that she lied mlsfcd a gord toni by not making friends with tlifej vcrtf sensible Dabe warm r Dont Do Ites Iwr You doift want to spnda11 6f your time in a hot stuffy kitchenSi The Mothgrs Oats Free Plreless C dter brings you freedom from the tyranny ofthlei stove A5 soon as yourfood reaches the boiling points rake itoff the fireancfput it in the Fireles Cookery You can forget all about dinner until wyour atpetite reminds you tfeat you want It Y jVVV VfV We give the Mothers Oats Fireless Cooker away fr tp users of I IothersGereals the best made il ill foodi heyare V4 Mothers QaUfrepdariowi f ly ize NUA Cara PseilV- rLfc Aolhcr XornMal wklteory ktw M tW O4FAJ3sLCvtVMother Wheat Hearts Uw cream ef OeanVVthe VwbtMthes OW FaiasJMothers Hoipiny Grits FiVVMothers Cora Flakes toaitndV9V Ask your grocer If he tioesn t keep Mothers Creak write AfiVinc Ills name and yours and we will send yottrec i useful souvoiir THE GREAT WESTERN CEREAL COMPANYy Mitts AlOlOH BOSTON NEW HAVEN NEW YORK PHlUMLPttIA CHtCAOO PITTSBURGH ALBANY ST LOUIS I VNl4t44V Do Yi Want To BU- A1ARJ31tt t Wecan sell you one any size any loottioa say price We are rea y at all time to show yof Coia1 and see us Afebttt VVC r WO FARMS fin our Lands Seie narUal littt below No 1 l60aqresJI 5 miles from Lebanon 5 mjles Spf ingfleld J 2 Topm dwelling itr gOod repair 3 barns plenty or grass plenty ofVwater alt under good fence Price rSOOO per acre pLkeVV2 dweling hoises 2 slbck acre n p1ent ofVV I gras plenty of never failiat water all under rOod fence No 3V 19Sacrcs mile frori Springfield 2dwelHn Jiouies 2 dwlhIng ltou barns jflenty of waiter all of fann i grass all under good Jencei Price 555 per acr No 4 86 12 acfes 1 mile east of lackville 8 rooM dwelliBr gOod tobicco btiru aH outbuildings hue orchard of 500 trees ill Kinds of ruit all under rood fence plenty ofwater pleBty of grass Price 3500 No 5 Ii28acr sl tmaes from Springfield 11 mile from pike t 5 room dwelling in good repair30 acre tobaccobar Aew pfeBty L dt timber good stock barn all the fdVm will raise tobacco Price L 345 per acre VNo 6 120 acres V room dwelling 12 acre tobacco bsrra lae Stock barn 100 acres fine river bottom lanot 2Q acres of upas4 all under good fence nu overflow land priceS5 per acre No 7 200 acres on goodpike brick dwePine tenant nbuse tobacco barns fine tobacoMand at least onehalf of the farm Iahdte Price 840 per acre VV x No 8 12 acres 1 mile from Springfield bnpike room dwelling in good repair good barn all uuder goad fence plenty of fruit plenty of water Price 82500 VV N6 9 150 acres 1 mile romjjikp on county 5oad1 iiiile frfii Loretto 7 room dwelling in good repair al unjiec good f Bce lVia grass except 1C acres plenty of water teleplioae a4rHral It route fine stock barn 60ft square penty6 i tobacco land Prittt- JO per acre e No 10 DGJi acres 3 miles from Springfieldj clos to school IV r foam dwelling in good rejSair tobacco baTO x64Vffood sftockVarii under goad fence plenty of locnat posts price 3600 LaKe Bosley RllRflL TELEPHONES VNR FARMERNake yo tbomeas nodern or yosr Vfamily as a cito jcsidence and placp jrour self iiajpoeitioV VVto gOt the latest market quotations at anytime 7hT can be accomplished by means of our telephone rViCpf wmich JOLt and your neighbors con get fqf a Sum that fssioallcom I paved with the benefits received Call or addrew otirar- I toi11cepr tIte direCt to headquartersVor information regarding our special FAKMH LlW rate JU you are not at present enjpyinftelpfc erTic et we tan immediately interest you Outlines cofer tketatf to Kentucky Tennessee itfS5ISSipi LoiiiehndtVsouthern portion of Indiana and lUionis cIThrBERLL2D rItEPHON 1MLEGRAPMC9W1AXX Incofoprated = r VVV fVVV r VV= f r JV5V f j jbnlen Suite Agoiiii KMneyiAndReal Cause f hei Conditio VThese poor suffering women Jiave been led to believe that their misery of mind and body Is ntlre 3y due to iUa of their sex TJiuaUy the kidneys and bladder are xe epoasfble or largely so And la such cases the kidneys and blatP der arer tbo c that ieed and must have ctien on Thoao tori jriS Qnervatlns nickI f Leadachos drair 3 palris In back grqin andJImbs bloating and swell ih ot the e traj5tTes extrem nervousness o i stsrla listless ness and concent tired wornq ileellfigraro almost certain aynip toms of disordered ad tdiseased kidxleysbladder stud User DtfWJtfa ICIdner and Bladder Pills have in jthousaniJa ot cases been demonstrated as remarkably beneficial in all suck conditions of fViiio or anlstn afrojllinr theV molt prompt relief andermnaent benefit As an Illustration pf whet these Pills will do Mrs R M Bray f Columbus Gaj writes that Os was very Ill with kidney trpvWt and that sho li now welland that thesQ Pills tire what wr4 Mr They aro very jileassat to take and can in EO eSe Kb4jMN ay deleterious dfeets upon Ut ayM- eII syrupy alcobolk ltqudd prnp artJossarapttodoL want rr man sss t bIS sVd r dfsssss b at se andtTwlmthsupwswInbSMAtfr id Doltto diV