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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 41 1v T i 4c Uil lunu1nuMII 1b t Ij 41 i Cxjllrlln f HINGTQNCY KENTUCKY FEBRUARY 2 1911 n I r J r jJt j SI On JIMWYEAI IH 11tJUrV L Wa Spet TlI 1 ft WIL Iadjt f t IIJ r t W rVHarreywrot to PB p CIrk several days agcj e iiiiatiu f kirn otI his eleva i i m fc tb CWH position in J ULdhHdaTha rhs4a oMthrc4edatio t IoIrJ s aho1 jfn ot reJ fedj411i w bssc4t aIIi thim i r lr waagjj ss jpfro1144k omtcy school hp ae IB Mrc tyIl io t1gkIiO4hS1OWkOM2Fs sa s wor7 pfmuny s en II bowoMhiveWe Ears of pedagogy 1acoanI thtrythcoRyi Ohasip Clark were country r eWii4 sure enough Mr Clarkinf 4aJ m bia tetter to Mr Harvey thtbat1bI heLf ia Amiersoa cotnty but spent BMfti W big early life in Mercer bidWudagtont thbrgRrdt f i f A Cautltu Sect lies tn the south of Aber IeP London train lint drawn 1MnppiclMvea oa account of n Jlt iilpa I1e or two aheadl and fiiIAM ute bid porter bad got Into coawiMttoa WItkI Salvation Army ockwbo kpepedi fais head out of tie cotnptrtxint to kk the reason 4fee rtdelCy Aye aye mused Aire a the destred IntorJDn flotl11ell be fox Alberdeen in- itkir TM my sum was tbi v lily Ta bound for Aberdeen ito4Very wlckrt pUcBIfiB told What teilclk ye be gain U dae there sir if Its u daR a tbat asked Andra i i rat aNufted at the vIsitor words was the pious answer rm gtt littdwa tJke llgferalBg came from the od4rterjh4 PIWkY reply s tWotk eiskut ilia wellCIti tkoithr r be0Pbeyt tot5 riW if they get unpleasant answers Y4iitU tterroKatory politician too of iteftkd bltMelf In tbe boots of Gobsx l3CoMeThe age4 Opbaa Golda waa qUarrel I SJtfcfBrlowly with hte young and beauI BhUwtfC fMntttyou marry me for my monI I k yelled JipaTGebaa Golde tossed her head Yes of course 1 did she said art If yoti werent stfrtlhgy with wa d never have a cross word Wsklagton Post VSteal and trait Reaunmr discovered the direct proc eM of making Mteel In 172 or there cheats by Immersing uinlleable Iron la a bilk of cast Iron A steel manni factory U mid to have been set np bj Befjarala Huntsman near Sheffield in 1740 It was about 1800 however bEI j I ton steel fairly became the fashion 3 TM greatest boost to the trade cami frost Bessemer In 1850 I Maids f Heads De your daughters help their moth i It with the IwmseworkT We wo ldDt think of expecting II Vkriel U temperamental and Zaza h BteSH Pltbt Post Hmdnl Settled ynu HIIJ your brother tin nettled In Cnuada KjilMrt No didnt say so I think lie went tbpr ctO ItIontot settHng Yohklni Static 1un SS eteONE BIG FOOLii B t H DoWnt Live InI Si THif fUU Nr Read Jhc NswsLderc A pan In connictfdit gave a doctor A epecialtfct Tn catarrh fSO to atSobnoxious diSease 01dtdlcimi and told him to use It Tte fool took the medicine home took flesej pat It pa the shelf anc inmadej cn eti0iu- Tkiee months later with the m dil adJthat tkeapcclallai was a fake that life bad raId hlea t50 and still aad cat rrk HYOMEt pro oaace it Highome I womt care cltarrh if you dont Weatke it it will if yea breathe it vgulirlySl Facthc lattfe you dont need to rite a catarrh fi cialst SM to cue U tatarrk iw taafecialUt ia yet to j i W ten wW cam wjlt a better pre r tutr laTTh oc eJ back A twofo WtJc 4ahud ratter labile t fW a oaly 1100 Sepsiate ittes of I I 4OUKISOcente t3 c i A I r rI TIlE News leader j it X AN OLD VETERAN Of the 10th Kentucky Writes of the Bttk at Chi roaugua Hutchinson Kansas Jan 22 1911i Editor NewsLeader On a visit to my old Kentucky home Springfield and Washing ii county in December last I h 4the pleasure of meeting a w ayety few of my old com rades of the 10th Ky Inf USjA Atao a few Acquaintances hGi Ii knew twentyfive years o They to were very few Among my comrades I will men tion Little Joda Janes as he i familiarly caUedjOld ank Hall as I know him now th of whom look younger than tbeir years would indicate Al ough I was feeling badly on Thel old complaints arid the inclemen of the weatheri it waS a great centive to take the hand of es old veterans with a goodS srty hand shake The ing brought back tbe memories fortyfive years ago when we easted the storm of bullets e long marches and deary days of rain and snow the cheerless ni Hghtscampment without tents in rain or snow sometimes without any covering excepting the canopy of the sky which at times Was draped with dark and angry clouds that overshadowed tbe disconsolate soldier whotried to Istill nature Yes it was a pleasure unalloy to meet one of the old vets who stood shoulder to shoulder in the trying years of tbe early sixties Mr Editor itmay beaI tle interesting to give a little history ot the Second BrigadeT Third Division orp at the hard fought battle of Ghicamaugua 1 was a mem trofthat Brigades which was com posed of the 10th Ind 74th Ind ObioIattery C 1st Ohio Light Art claim that the 10th Ky lost more men in that battle accord ing to the number of which it was 825 then any of other regiments be longing to the Brigade or Divi sion The Brigade was commanded byJ T Oroxton General Brannan reported the total number of the Third Division engaged 5998 and the total loss of third division 2191 The loss bbrigrade 1st brigade 442 2nd brigade 938 3d brigade 811 aud of the 938 men killed woun ded captured missing in the 3rd brigade the lOthKylosO 106 bf the number E A Thompson Private Co E 10th Ky Voi Inf Certificate ReExtending Charter Treasury Department thepurrencyWWhereas by satisfactory presented to the undersigned it has beth made to appear that The First National Bank bf Springfield llocated in the town of Springfield in the County of Washington and State oil Kentucky has complied with all the provisions of the Act of Congress to enable National Banking Associations to extend their corporate existence and for other purposes approved July 12 182 as amended by the Act approved April 1 1902 Now therefore I Lawrence O Murray Comptroller of the Currency do hereby certify that The First Na tional Bank of Springfield located in the Town of Springfield ia the County of Washington and State of Kentucky iIs authorized to have succession for the period specified in its amended articles association namely until Close of business on January 2 J931 In testimony whereof wit i SEAL ness my hand and Seal of office this 31st day of Decem ber 1910 LAWRENCE O MURRAY Comptroller bf the Currency Charter No 1707 Extension No1 Death In Roaring tire mayMt result from the work of fire bugs but often severe burns are caused that make a quick need lot dwskleas Arnica 1ve the quickest 4 rtcare for burns wounde bruises wlis sara It subdues inflammation ftjtiUf ain It soothe and heals Drifcg off skia eruptions ulcers or iUCI 6nl x 25c at Hfcyilon Robert eons HARRY LANCASTER ojc E State Senator From This DistrictDies at Lebanon At his home on East Main s tre yesterday afternoon about two oclock Harry Laucaster breathed his last and a brve and noble spirit went forth to meet its god The end was peaceful and surrounded by bis little children and the iotimBt- emembersothis family he quiet ily passed away JLS yet itiisnot definitely determined when the funeral will take place The im mediate cause of his death was hpart troublewMr Lancaster asbOrnin 1871 and was 40 years 6f age at theo time of his death In early life he commenced to show traits of character that in afteryears dis igshed him from the ordinary young man Possessed of an notitive mind and retentive memory h d rapidly acquired ranch useful information and his ability soon became recognized by all who knew him For many vears betwas deputy circuit clerk of May jibn final t Shatsecretary to Con rel1tmaSmith At the expirationi of Mr Smiths term inCpngress Mr Lancaster was elected to the Senate from this district and served for a full term at Frank fortiVl His services during the session of the Legislature were of such a nature as to receive bet approval of the people both at home and throughout the State On November 26 1901 Mr Lancaster was united m marriage to Miss Althaire Spalding Hillsdaughter of Clew Hill Jr of thist county She preceded him the grave several years agoG o this union was both three children Seyeral years ago Mr LancasT tter bought an interest in the Lanham Lumber Company and s subsequently became owner of the stock of the entire company He added to the business tbe manufacturing Of parquetry and hardwood flooring arid by prudence and good management soon developed his plant into one of the best 6f its kind to be found in the country He iis survived by bis three children Borgia Susie and David H by his lath er B J Lancaster and by two sisters three brothers and two half brothers No better man ever lived than Harry Lancaster True to his friends his fidelity could at all times be relied on He was alkind lather a loving husband and a steadfast friend May hit soul rest in peace and the God of Hosts give him eternal happiness ii thErland beyond the grave Lebanon E terprise Solves a Deep Mystery I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart1 wrote C BRader Of ejwisburg W Va for the won derful double benefit got frpm Elec tric Blttdrs In curing me Qf both a severe case of stouacb troubteajjd of rheumatism from which I had been an almost helpless sufferer for tea years It suited my c eas ordYaIpcpsia Indigestion jaundice and to rid the system of kidney polsionsthat cause rheumatism Electric Bitters has no equal Try them every hot tie Is gyaranteed to satisfy Only 55Oc at Haydoq Robertsons Easter Cards Free Not Cheap Trash But 10 Beautiful Ones f iI want to send free to every reader of tIC NewsLeader 10 beautiful imported embossecIi colored Easter post different without any advertise lug on them whatever I do this because 1 want peo cardsoI carry at manufacturers prices If you prefer beautiful Valentine cards say so when you write All Task is that you sendl me 4 cents in one cent stamps t6 cover postage Address C T John stone Fran Dept 67 Roches ltterlNY EOIYKThNEYPHLIAckcMS S I FATHERiDlJNN Dies in Louisil1and is Buriedat St Rose Rev Father W JR Dunn died at St Louis Berirjmdi Convent iin Louisville Janr2 Jlh after a lingering illness iAJ1 bopgh he had been in failing tiealth for some time bis death came some w phatfriends not only Jin the parish where he resided Ibu in many places throughout ttilet United States where theI venerable priest bad often cdndqcted Misb sions and Retreats anwas betloved bya large cic14 orb those hine spiritual adyisjt fr he hadl been He was about ifly years f age and a native of Paterson N J He was an elcuent pub pit oratQr and only last July celebrated in bis native city the 25th anniversary pf b is ordina priesthoodfThe f his life had been spent in nissionary w thorkducted a Mission atj3tRse Inhbis county For the past eighti ears he bad been a ationed at atfavoriteEj fitlthecongret gaton Curing his connection with this parish he was spirituab director of the Holy Name So ciety On Thursday morning funeral services were held at St Louis Bertrands in LouisvilljeKy and Thursday evening thje remains If SrringnaldTwenty of honor and accompanied thEe remains here Fridayj where olemn Requiem Mass was sung at St Rose by Rev Father Mo Gonigle assisted by fathers avn and Clarke A choir cOrnf posed of ptiests of St Rose and other Dominican convents sang t theFlood a lifelong frieOf r Father Dunn preached the funeral sermon Burial wasiin the con t vent cemetery A h rge crowd from Louisvilte and from this county attended the funeral Saves Two L yes Neither my ister nor my self might bellying today ithad not b teenwrites D McDonald of Fayetteville N C R D No 8 1for we both had frightful coughs thVt no other remedy could help We were told my sister had consum tinon She was very weak and hap i ight sweats but your wonderful medicine completely cured us both I ts the best I ever used or heard oi For e lungs coughs colds hemorrhage la grippe asthma hayrfiyer croup whooping cough all bn inchlal trot bleslts su reme Trla bottle sree 50c and 100 Guaranteed by Hay don Robertson VSrLost In Clouds Huston Tex Ja2sicland B Garros was in the clouds for ten min lEts today He was trying for an re cord and dis ppeared min utes after ascending Then for ten minutes he explained after alighting he darLt about Iin space about 4000 feet itf the air From the ground his mono plane was invisible even to field glasses Eventually he appeared a mere speck against the sky five miles from aviatiinhjfield and headed in an opposite directi in Finally Garros located the ground and came to earih in a spectacular glide to a perfect lahdingSII was lost Garr s declared SI could not see the groundI When the earth did come within vision ldld not know my dire tion anti the country for miles around seemed nothing but level plainsSApproaching darkness caused G rr sf10 abandon jlits attempt for an altitude record t Burned to DeathS Mr John Prewitt of Dry Forkjv as burning broom aage- one day this week ahd had his little threeyearold child with him ilh some mat nr tbe little child caught fire ah4 wu so bad ly burned that it died soon after wards Glaskow Times SAMUEL G CULL 3b Former Washington County Half t tt rodburgS Much grief has been felt in the whole comi unity over the death wbichIt occurred at2 oclock Tuesday morning as the result of blood Oisoningfrom a slight wound In thlJPBlm of his hind As atolistl resort to save his life his ra was amputated last Satur iy morning and ior a time be improviuAbutt poiansibat hdd penetrated his system iHe Was fiftyseven years of age aud hold esIpro1in8 ock trader and farmer as well beMercern tha8grltf fill of charitv and kindliness He was an earnest member of steDuringbsnear he talked much of his going vay and always spoke of it chnlyand without fear His funerall services were held atI the Baptist church Wednesday JWQampbeJJ him as a man and citizen Many exquisite floral tributes wereI sent to him among them being beautiful designs from tbe officiiiIals of the Mercer National Banks from the deacons of the church and from the Young Mens CUss The pillbearers were made up off his friends fnm the church tindsooJ S Vaught and Grant Vivion from the former anqhMessrs George Bobon C M Dedman and James Olemona from the bank After the fp nepdl services here Mr Cull was thakenville where a brief service was held by Rev R L Purdom and he was interred in the cemetery there Besides his wife Mr C bulldan and Robert Cull Harrods bjirg HeraldfS Old Soldier Tenured For years I suffered unspeakable torture from indigestion constipa lob ana liver trouble wrote A K Smith a war veteran at Erie Pa but Dr Kings New Life Pills fixfdI me alltrljjht Theyre simply great Try them for any stomach llver or ldneytrciuble Only 25c at Haydon J Robertsons Child is AccidentallytKilled by Older Brother IParis Ky Jan 28The sadI story of the flobert rifle was re peated again today when Nellie tiagan six years old daughter of W K Hagah of North Mid dl town was killed by the acI cidental discharge of a gun heldI iin her brothers hands The child was lying on a bed and the brother was making ready to goousahd kill sparrows Mba was leaving thet1ou e the hammer of the rifle struck against the door The bullet en tered the childs brain Two Tablets Gone Haydon Willett sells and guaran tees the best prescription the world has ever known for disturbed and upset stomach gas belching heaviness heartburn acid stomach and bilious ness It Is called MIONA rem ptbertbe name It banlsheadlatrct from over eating or fermentation pf food in five minutesiIt is guaranteed Haydon Will ett tp cure Indigestion sick head ache nervousness and dizziness bjr money back No matter how long you have tuff ereu you will find a certain certcure In MIONA stomach tablets About six weeks ado I purchased a box of MIONA tablets for an agr gravated form of stomach trouble I had been troubled for four or five years had tried different physicians and a great many patent remldle 2 MIONA entirely relleyed me from pain andl wn now eat mOlt uiy kind oi food and rcUsh itJA1 Fish WeatGartb ge N Y MIONA stomach tablets Ire only 50 cents a large box at H jdon Wllletts anc1drulRlsteverywbere OJiildreKH Cry FOIt FLEIfJUIUS ASTORIA aJ BURNED TO DEATHS Prominent Lebanon Woman Meets Horrible Death r 10Lebanon Ky Jan 29 Mrs Mary Tate Carlisle idow of the late John B Carlisle for years a semiinvalid was overtaken by a horrible fata this morning at 1 oclock when she was burned death as she slept at home in thlsicity herIIII When Mra Carlisle retired last evening her sister Mrs Lbu Schooling With whom she reJ des placed heated rocks in berj bedBs tas been the custom during her ilkess and it was from these That her matress ignited the flame smouldering unti the woman was found sleep the fire breaking out with such suddenness and fury that e aged woman had no chance fprWiife It is believed she t was rendered unconscious by tbeI ifling smoke before the flames reached her body Mrs Schooling the sister is also an aged woman She WlSI wakened by the smoke pouring into her room which adjoins tohersponse Her screams were beard by the neighbors who sought to 4raw the crazd wor man roCl the house but their efforts were unavailing and in th hiet womanI called the fire department over the telephone pleading the chief to come arid save her slsert Nieht Poli6eman J A Thorn pson was on the scene by tbisI me but realized that be could mtetIing i the building by this lime and it was her effort to dash back into the burning house that spurred He eo1UceroactS placed wet cloths over his face and on hands and knees crawled to the bed occupied by Mrs Carlisle BeCugh uJ the ody of the woman now dead and carried it charred and nn recognizable from the building As he came from the building the sister Mrs Schooling with COhawls was about topnter Sheswooned when she caught sight of tbe charred bundle in the policemans arms The shock of the sisters death may prov fata to tile agedwoman Two years ago Mrs Carlisles bed ras set adre in a similar manqer and her experience at that imo tended to further wreck ner health However she was unwilling to forget the usebf j the heated rocks contending that she would bo pore careful jin tbe future The womans shocking death has spread a deep gloom overI community as she was One ofjI the most respected of the connI tys residents Besides Mrer Schooling other survivors of the dead woman are Mrs H C Bird of Snelbyvhle and Major J Lisle of this city The llate Col Carlisle her husband who died nine years ago w lone of the best known men in the StatepFQR SALE One thirty H P E M P 5 passenger mqtor car fully equipped with gas lights gen erator top wind shield 2 extra tires and full set of tools Price 1650 One 1J H P stationery Nat inarvi gasoline engine Thisis a horizontal engine and in first class shape will make a fine en gine for pumping purposes 65l One Winton 1903 touripy car20B P sVassenger This car is in good shape with excep tion of wotres which are bad Other two good 275 Quo 1006 Yale motorcycle J2J H P one new tire in good shape S 651 Call on or address N G MARKS SprIagfieldky i 4 Pure bred S OB Leghorn Cockerels 75c eachtStanley B ThonpsoD SprmgBeld Ky r ivl1t n FALLS so FELL 1 1 Will Brown WJ1I Khowml BaptistChurch Mr Will Brown met with Ii serious 8ccldnta j about half past seven oclock j Wednesday morning Heis empl9yedas a bricklayer on the neV Baptlt church He began work Wednesday porI Iringluplaorm brick i the outside oftbe rlPOSJtiJDIi pea and he Was Due ed f rward aOstraeI gave way but which change liis fall from headforemos tp ltowl cnangei aftlthishead nail face with briCksbaii frll With him from the waiL f Several persons C1hto his aSSiStance and he wa91t kento his home on the corner of Ninth and Washington Dr Tory Beard was summoned at once and hi fisvery sevete gashes were very visibleqn his forehead and his face was considerably bruised as was bis ngbt arm and back From the present indications s condition does not warrant th thecomplications will arise bnfcthat will soon be on ithe T9adtbl recovery Shelby SentineL Mr Brown is welljcnbwn here having been employed in build ing many public buildings here fo several tears patjt and hiSI man friends hope that he will soon recover Evety year a large number ofpoor su iflthcoughaoreurgedtgoto cli tmatew haysyouathomewrites W R Nelson of Calomine ArkIII when all efae failed and I gained 47 pounds in weight Its s irely the Kiiig of all cough and lung cifea Thous ands owe thejjr lives a id health to 1tI Ins positivelyl guarantee for Coughs lds LaG rippe Asthma Croupail and Lung troubles 50c na 100 Trial bottle free at Hadonlf fbertaonWere Piloted lo Jeff 1tt Late Saturday afternoonMi Robert H6rd and JMisa Berth Romine of Taylor aunty drove1 intpMr G N Bret tslivery sta ble and the gentlen an spoa informed Mr Brents that they were on their way to Jefferon villewhere thy intended to getI married But there were obsta cles not in the nat ire of pursui1 fromf objecting par ints but the fact that Mr4 Bqrd had never been to the metrop lia ofbis na live State hence he watftedvil be shown the f war Ash bX pressed he Iad never been IP any large town except Greets burg lIe insisted upon Mr Bronts nccompahyibgj theta o their quest of happiness anc- iffered willingly to pay all ix euses Mr Brents alvaya an aacomodating and dblignj gea tirman would havgobiwltb them had notbusiness prevented out he got busy and procured a substitute in the person of Mr Bernard M4ttlnglyji who aeoMi ponied the lovers to Jefferaov vile and say the eremo yf pefr tormrdbyamagi rate Sattdayi Returning to Lebanon inday evening the iJpuplel left for thai- S 1 home in Tayjlor very profess i their thank to fJTeasri BrtV and Mattmgly exsicting the pro mlse that these Ken leaiea ahoa d soon pay them aJvlsiianiC parri 4ruMarionl i Henderson KH Jq 27 While in he top bfa high bmlowering tobacco Really Staple5 a prominent farmer of the Heb berdsville si ct ion was struck by lightning And kttockek wtle ground a distanc bf fortyfe iI Ff was tinconciovs pbpIcked up aIi oeL rICrr- IIM h til kla I tincito ire bat UvtltTj cio npour pf rain exUMriiiili 5 he blaze J i t f fth nMI tt I SUBSCRJP1JONi tJ1 f ia1 H l fJ A p ti t f 1 pRJNStP 4aennAnd thencomposedabout and- StomachiMisery 11 f = I1 h j r MSiiPDr1 1ItIt r If APUSf Jl I BJJt I I Ua H ilif IILrnsprI Jtu = l4 4ii1jEagle KUI L irh J4H r Hosier and Hughes iHprn ihid Vi j r most thrilling dxpeEience with t fa llarge eagle Sunday frernoonIj rpiktTheyt to driveuthe sheeo for tnV night and were astonished to g gOfnd the eagle nt work on the2 carcHMdf a lamb which it Had r e foffs Etor rd ko sb b rute taking away of his quarry Hi hiis appetite ws evjdent hot titsatbifie and be lef tlifs fecit and IHymatI L among them T enbe would f l sometimes nse and fly onVioor tOWarM the men i 1II 1ab1I4 itbeagleshi that he didnpt intend to let the 1 ityi otis aud5eCurda bot igJtQm their reappearance 4nVet icr11iiIl J towardthem when Hosieri fired 1fti and the king of tUe1 air felt dealf 4r 4atftht If them but for tIre ideverallattab3J iiI f Q theirl flock of late arid thej 1 have benniucb ftbes1 f til Sun ay afternoon whn they 1J1iii IHeII pr Kij no tue flpck for several ieek r t I In Bourbon county last week f ff George Sucker a farmer kilfedS Ji a large eagliinderl almostl sloal ij I glarclrcutnshncesHarrg Herald n r r i Sk j BELOW CovBALtfHofflt1Ut itIcoats skirts nnders irts batsil ibis week We absolutely carry npthiogovera Our o siiV youc gain Mrs Kate Williams tL I ncanDckr t nofMr1 h 1 nnj j ftBotlandl rJ1ai SpringfljIdMethodist l janKMiagei ae pai f qr Rev Wade performting tli tIIII LI 340fljj 3 jeveniligj I bricWs panel aISr IOWiO4 itthe Sbspiirdsvill pawer j iuhtfwli ijthe 1 r immediate relaHyeionljf attecl tillfliig Mrs Diokerlee i iMiiHal d t yprettyWdiiqisIesgry4j 1il ltr ilt t qualities i sfte JMM fflnd Ih C lIc fortkUt fIfl aibEtO the firo DiCcoitt s 1 I t fre Tecentljdloired a irsA ooWfor its strIctlabsgr4T a j ipleaiid bnsi ec saeUM Jfrva dHrs Dfckersoii WILt rssid 1 l14Irtar Bptlani kert or wrsot ffll eokliiU tw t Ba4towa8sidas ttJi Pt ftleY1Oksttg iMrai I r t T TU flf NWsLOO SPWINGJIELD KV jI iInUMmtamY MUMDA- TtSJLME Jon POUN Kiitbrstna PubllherLo THURSDAY FEB 2 MIL 9iJ A qoMtlcHi that has for along iiaMbIft d ltac a Iby the peopTe oftba oqunyodbO1 WbtekJMuijMiz Ied minds otofBefcl ujMNuiirtioca evolves the lieaM of up riritencftng t1ellJiii ftfciiVMcI quefition Tlfe laUct MHtnrina the one now in force road superintendent with two assistants Tbi thod is we believe good ones I a three men can well look after th roads of the county and see that th money so judiciously trptndtd It1i true the amount of sioMy M the disposal of tbe Officials is EM4 sufficient to keep the roads ifithe best possible con dition batJkJftaH haye jimj rItI beyond what we actually have rThit is celled i not State aid in fact tTndsr itaproviuIon each conb7ho bear the expense of ilk own roads whichV is but just after UITaking the road question jun ior present conditions it is not so much a question of how to maintain the roads as how to keep from destroying them It is not so much a question of con itrnclion as pf obstruction andI Itdestruction and while more mp sI4y would aid materally and sub stantially in improving the rod J t in our humble judge ment if the money now appro prated for road purposes is ju diciously expended and certain conditions ire observed by the public that the rpads can not only be maintained and preserved improyedThe pendit1teof the money aroprlatedreptai with the three met purposeThey i reasonable men and while We be a everydolttoii i properly expended at the 0nie time persons desiring r to work on the roads will findI a them reasonable ant square in all thelr1ealingssAs to destruction of the roadseftryoas who travels them j know that obstructions of vaij ous kinds as fences brush etc are wilfully although we are glad ttosay1 not maliciously but care flessly and thoughtlessly thrown in the ditches whereby the water IjIs turned into the road bed and in one single rain storm often 150 damage is wrought because of ione obstruction The Ken- tacky Legislaturehas thought 10 remove these obstructions by making it an offense punishable by a fine of 200 per day that the obstruction remains in the ditch after it has ben there 5 dais And it is made the duty of the supervisors to see that violators of this law are duly prosecuted The Jawisa good one and we hope the supervisors will not ouerlook its provisions The present winter because of Vthe many rains has been an ex tremely hard one on roads overIp which mnth hauling s done and notwishJtodispar1aJltlto iiiabusediii during wet weather wagolJsI sized load of tobacco pulled by two horses is not dam agingto the t road even in wet weather but it is the four horse wagon that taxas them too much w To have good roads it is nec essary that everybody cooperate refrnining from ddiiwhatevuil works injury fcd the roads and using their best endeayora to ftaprove them MoorcsvilleJ l 1 trand Mrs Claudia Kays f PredericktoWn spent Thurs day with RL Smith and wile Mr Jeff Smith who has been q uiteill for some time is 1m proying Mrs Oera A dersonrof Willis urg has accepted a position as Operator for the Cumberland Telephone Company at this place Mr and Mrs Elijah Farris ic e receiving congratulations fover the arrival of so- nMisWV VanDyke spent Monday with Mrs Hark Shehan Mr and Mrs Fich Godbey of Mackyille were guests of L E Godbey and wife Sunday Doctor Praises DO D Although an M D I acknow- edgeth my patients and patrons that your remedy D D eaches cases of Eczema and per manently cures themDr Ira T Gabbert Caldwell Kan My cure began from the first application of D D D My skin jis now as smoothas a babys wouldnt take a thousand dollars l for what D IX D has done forme1 writes August Santo of Chilicothe Ohio These are jjust samples of Ut ters we are receiving every day from grateful patients all over the country Worth its weight in gold JJAllmyl pimples washed away by D D D I found instant re- efh II D D D is little short of miraculous These are the words of others in describing the great skin remedy D D DIProven by thousands of cures forf ten years to be absolutely harmless and reliable in every case of skin ttrouble no matter tterwhatitis Get a trial bottle today Instant reliefsonly 25c JSaydon Rob rtson Fenwick tLMrsSunday afternoon with Mrs Brack Yaste Misses Ethel and Verna Rogers Sunday night with their Mrs Bert Fenwick Several of the youngsters of this place attended tbe social given at the home of Mr Oscar Graves All reported a it ost enjoyable time Mr and Mrs Begley is some better at this writing Mrs Mattie Horan who hat been with her parents Mr and Mrs Begt6y for the past few weeks has returned Misses Roxie bomeIGraves and Verna Saturday night with Miss Mary Jones Mr and Mrs Clarence Graves visited Mr and Mrs James Lan ham and family Sunday evening The dance given attbe home of Mr Ed Bradys Tuesday night in honor of Mr Harry Ha don was well attended and all report a nice time Messrs Frank Spalding and Len Abel of Lebanon visited Mr and Mrs Jim Janes Sunday night Miss nary Rose Janes enter SatIurdHYmariner inkII Mr and Mrs J E spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs John Harmon at Mackville Mrs Lucy Anderson is on tbe sick list Mrs Teresa Graves and daugh ter Mrs Gl renco Graves were lIt Sfinngticld Monday on bubl ness t4 fc1Mrs SUiCecilisztedherr- other i b JMr tW FiLo d n from Satt day to Monaay Pleasant Grove Mr H F Reed and wife were called to the bedside of his sister Mrs Manda Goatley Who is dangerously iill at Springfield Miss Sue Eefton js the guest of Miss Nannie Thompson this week tMrsof her sister Mrs BB Leach man Mr A L Litsey and J S Yankey are in Louisville this Week on business Mrs Belle Kayes of Mack villa is the guest of Mrs Francis YankeyMrsi Nell Thompson and children and Mrs Mary Martin spent Thursday with their mother Mrs Kate Litsey lapdlittleMr and Mrs L N Reed Thurs day night Masses Jennie Leachman Sue Reed Marytruce and Logan Neal spent Wednesday with Miss Sue Edgerton Miss Kate Shewmaker was the guest of Miss Georgia Gregory Friday night Dr Hopper was ia Mackville Saturday afternoon on business Mr and Mrs J S Leachman were the guests of their son and wife at Springfield Saturday and Sunday Miss Nannie Goode spent Fiiday and Saturday with Mrs iL M Gregory Mrs J S Yankey arid sister Mrs Hester Croake have re turned from a visib with their sister Mrs Tammy at tanford Miss Francis Litsey bus return ed home sifter ap oaS nt visit with her Aunt Mrs Babbitt atI Somerset II Ii KILL THEM YOUNG Do Not Tolerate Weeds the Garden of tho Soul An old man was oiicv walking with a little boy They came across four shrubs The oW man said to the youthful com anlou TuTT up the last one tie obeyed with ease Now the next ill obeyed but It did not cornS so easily And the third It took nil his strength to move Its roots Now the fourth In vain the lad put forth all his strengths lie only made the leaves tremble lie could not e the roots They had gone strongly into the earth and no effort could dislodge them Then the wlse old man said to the ardent youth This my son Is Just hat happens with our passions Wh6n they are young and weak one may by a little watchfulness over self an the help of a little self denial easily t mr them up but If we let them cast their roots deep Into oursouls there no human power can uproV them he almighty hand of the Creator alore can pluck them out For this reason my child watch well over the first bovement of your soul and study by acts of virtue to keep your passions well In check St Louis GlobeDemocrat Something In Small substan thclEye dust or small chips At cnn often be removed from the eye by very simple means Soin times catch lag the upp rMId by th lashes and pulling Itf away from th eyeball and lettingJti surface Is swept by the edge of the lower lid will clear It out If this does not prove successful a loop made of a horsehair or of long human hair can be passed under the lid nUll swept from tbe outer side toward the nose and drawn down Better than this however Is the washing of the eye or flushing with the eye dropper Every person should carry one In his traveling bag for they are Invaluable Catch hold of the lower and upper lid draw thorn away from the eye and then fill the dropper which Is like a small syringe with water and lust the eye two or three times This wll always remove the cinder at once Family Doctor MARCHED AND MUNCHED Th Soldiers hoC dnt Stoat the Apples Mo Them A reprimand wlilclijtakea the form of a Joke Is s metlines more effectua- lbannbUrstOtt anger Such an exam plo was furnlSBed by a Confederate officer and described by T O Moore In his Anecdotes of General Cleburprgu The southern army inarching a 2 the mountains pf Georgia had it ply trains cut off and was oblige live upon the country j Applesl chestnuts had persimmons were plenty but thd army had strict orders not to depredate upon private property One day twas trudging along in the rear of General Gran urys brigade whenI i saw down the road General Cleburop sitting on the op rail of a fence tyhlle below him lay fie or six bush of line red apples Near by stoodjd number of soldiers who looked mean hs men could lookPGeneral Granbury aluted General Cleburne who remarkjedv Im peddling apple today Hows thnUlt These gentlemen pointing to the soldiers who had len tho apples have been very kind chargedIgathered apples for toe and nothing Ill give them to you and your men Now ge down and take one and each of your men take One only one mind yoju until all are gouejThe invitation wris accepted the fflfcn cheering for pld Pat When the apples wctd gone the general made each man who had stolen tho apples carry a rail for a mile or two BATTLE WITH A BOG Redmires Suction Tore the Leather Gaiters Off a Mans Legs Renders of Lorna Doone elm never forget the terrible drowning of carver in the bog That death trap is still to bcsecn in the Extnoor country and not long ago a valuable hunting horse was engulfed In the wire and his rider barely escaped with his life S Bar ingGould who hai a narrow escape from a similar bog tells of it In hIs Book of the Wet t The author was with an official from the ordnance survey who was correcting the map of the country In the dusk we jbst our way and go Into Redmlre It vas winter the bog was Unusually Wett and we could scarcely trip front one stone to an other Six bullocks bad been lost In that very spot during the yenrIAll at once I sqtjk above my waist and was rapidly freing sucked in farther I called to inji companion but in the dark tIe could not see me The water reached to tpy armpits Imp pily I had with me a stout bamboo six feet long I placed It athwart the surface and held my arms ns fat extend ed as possible Br quickly Jerking my body I gradually lifted It and then threw myself forward as far as I could Finally I rnannsed to cast my self full length on Hie surface The suction was so grcai that It tore the leather gaiters oft my legs For a quarteo of an Lour I lay stretched out guspi before I got breath enough to worm myself along to dry soil RatesThe prevailed In the earlier years of the last cen tury made tit transmission of a letter or parcel a muttersof serious moment A packet wclgFijng thirtytwo ounces was once sent frfrjji Deal to LondQn writes Mrs Kleartor Smyth In her life of Sir Itowlnnd Lull The postage was over W being four times as much as the charge for an inside place by the coaeh Agalnt a parcel of officIal papers small enough to slip InsIde an ordinury pocket was sent from Dublin to another Irish tiiwn addressed to Sir John Hurgoyne By mistake it chiir cd as a letter in stead of as a parcel and cost Ell For that amount the Whole mull coach ply Ing between the two towns with places for seven passengers and their lug gage might have bleu hired London Chronicle To Identify a Child My small son dlnol return at the regular time oniyday while oilt with maid The thought terrified mo thai Incase of an accident there would be no way of ideritteylng him should he be lost The next m0iiilng f cut pieces of wide tape on w bicb wrote very clearly his name address and our tel eplione number 1u indelible ink sewed one of tiesepleces to each of his underwaistg In front where it could be plainly sQenl E A In liar pezs Bazar Taking oChancesI The big steamer had left tho pier The young man oh the tar barrel still waved lila handkerchief desperately Oh whtre you waiting for Come on said his companions disgustedly I darent with ono fearful glance the matter She hns a flotdglass said the young Han Everybodys Shop Talk If we didnt liuve to give back any change think of the money we mcr rhants would rntlte We all have our troubles said the magazine publisher Sometimes it frets me to have to print any reading matter but I suppose It must be done Kansas City Journal tJt vt r I t it I PLANTERS h 1 te tt J it = jJ n r LOOSEr r WAflEHOUSE4tL1SPRINGFIELDt f t i fJ1t I I TtTandy Quisenbpny Se eofp 1JlJ H i 1II4 wI 4 1O1i i Daily auction Sales Well Lighted SSaIeI ti f1 I House Is Near The Depot J 1I JI f Some of business isyour respectfully s9liced and your iinterestrwiijt 1taken careofso to realize bestprices 1 iihe tl LTandyi 1i Ji SELECT GULLING The Indian of Today The progress made by the Indian during the past fifteen years has been greater than hi any similar period He bus advanced iu civilization rind ac quired a working knowledge of various arts and IndustrIes which help to pro vide for his maintenance Twenty five per cent more Indians are self supporting than ten years ago more than this number speak enough Lmgllsh for ordinary purposes and there are no tribes idle Many red men are engaged la lumbering mining working on rail roads digging irrigation ditches and most of them eJtlzens clothes At the agencies all the Indians are dressed In this way and the return of large numbers of young Indians clothed as white men is gradually wearing awa tbe prejudices of the older Indians who remain at home while the chil dren are at schoolProgress Magazine Engagement Cards Now whose baby Is it asked a young girl as she observed tbe tiny envelope that had been handed to her from the morning post She1 could feel he knot of ribbon and the tiny tached card through the envelope Well if this isn the cutest thing ever saw shecrledIIt Isnt a baby at all Its an engagement announcement and since its Gwendolyns it surely must be the very latest wrln kle On the miniature card was the sIngle word engraved in old English trothed Qn a card just beneath it and fittingly insignificant in size was the name of the fiance while on the largest card of all was the full name of the bride to tie The three were tied together with a bowknot of white satin ribbon New Sork Press A Great Scfenio Highway The finest scenic highway in west ern America for automobilists drivers equestrians and nil other classes otItourists who scorn the railways tIe haste and smoke is now construction by the British underI government By this time next it will be completed at a cost otfor new links of connecting road new esItabllshedroad system Is to continue for 1200 miles with a single unavoidable interruption where ferry is taken across the gulf of Georgia from Campbell river far up Vancouver Island to Crows Nest pass at the summit of tho Rockies Argonaut New Yorks Pushcarts Rtvndilt1business In New York tit were placed end to end in one unbroken line they would reach from tit Unttery tto Yonkers a distance of Hcrenteeu miles There nre thousand upon thousand of them awl they deal In nltnost every tilIng from n paper of plus to u house and lot from a pair of shoe InnS to the complete furnIshings for a house hold Approximately llOCOO men wo men Iud children nre ilfpemlcut upon the pttehrnrt lmslin s fur a livelihood The business dune him been conserva holy estimated at inure thnii SoOOO 000 n ytrirSow York World Life Insurance For Dogs The people of Frankfort Germany have thought of beautiful plan for making money They have started n company to Insure the lives of dogs Henceforth when a Fraukforter gets 1IApItNlLILSP tIn IeWlthn quarrelsome aisiujswya rnsme Its life for n good round amount and turn It loose In the neighborhood of swne dog that has a better fighting grip that his own If the Frankforters can escape the notice of humane societies and of dog lovers who might con skier this Insurance scheme a rnpan trick on the friendS of man they inny make a goodly profit out of their pets New York Tribune Queen Amelias Fortune All kinds of tales ire being tola about the pecuniary affairs of the royal family of Portugal Queen Ame clrcuimtnnceqImarriage portion was francs and she inherited over francs from her father the outslIIParis The whole of her always been safely Invested of Portugal Queen Amclie was beneficiary under the will of the fbi dAunlale and she will some day In herit another considerable fortune from lier mother the Comtesse de Paris who is enormously rlchPnll Mall Gazette J P Morgan Shuns Exercise When J P Morgan was In his fifties he had very poor health and went sakigrent New York physician who to him Stop exerrlse In every torn Never even walk when you can tnkc n cab You have formed the hnbit of living without exercise giving your en ergy to your brain It Is lon lxiii to change the habits of a lifetime This advice Mr Morgan followed Implicitly oltIIIlls own business vh ration aim mains robust at evthitythree Ex change i IAntiseptic Greetings Thanks to ofla fear of germs It will soon become ar hnbll to ask a frlertd before shaking bands Exrusp inc hut did you soak jour hand in 1 solution Df permangiinnte of otash their In an other saturated with blsulphltte f11 ola Because If yon iitvit not IIIIIIUIIhnlw you by the jatid lmarlai JDigJ Work jln the Cities A good part of the farm work performed by the women who sec 1sI reason why they should regard digit sing hoeing and plowing as the Iot men alone The man who workI few acres of land will often leave Its cultivation to his wife and daughters while he labors as carpenter stone mason or cooper for raskmnklng one of their important industries lIe also likes to get job as a waller in one of the numerous hotels at seaside resorts for the country tins thousands of continental and English visitors Women share In the heavy work of the cities as well There are female porters laborers on the poiks market tenders and oven women cod he1versI fishermen or rather flRlierwomcn and sailors They are ns strjmg and hardy as their husbands and brothers I seem to stand long hours and hard andI bor as welj Of courselt rather t4kcs away tho glamour pf romance when oue sees a young woman with incly chIseled features and beautiful bVick eyes digging with spade and mattock or heav Ing a basket 4r oaL Into a ships hold with as much ease as the American girl plays tennis and golf Women seen hnppyunder whnt we would consider hard condltionsso the reformer would probably have his labor for his pains if ho suggested change Ift this de prtmcnt of Portuguese national ex istence Christian Herald r jifCALL UP 69 i t 1II To II ft v order your warm irtt Bread We bake i f Every Day and our r if shop is always c1ean IL FfeslPies Cakes aiilfibl I 1I t i1 i 4 Fruits and CandiesFresh andGoid1tJ JIGiveus a call JL1 F1T2 i I GERALD I HERMES II LL = f I 1fUIj ii- iIi t tII 1 === J jur4suance f f on premises jpKJM near Litsey Ky ont Ts J SAT JROAYFEBRUAY4 191il i J itiat 1 oclock I p mf titter for sale to the highest bidder following Oiproperty totvit jfi H The and owrted by the late W rf Silgallatthe kof t tIiitIme of Ihas death said1 land has on ita good brip and i small h i f 1111agrauland to IIO GRBS f g 1r 1II I llf 1 tmill andox 1 share of Stock Certificate Nol 96 i Washington County Warehouse CoI doubfe shovel ItI lot jof corn in ctib esfiiiatedat 30trrel V f i J4 11plow The land will be sod ona credit M 9 and 18 rnOnis for purch crwiUbC requiredto execute nbtes wihp roved ecunir ty hearing terest St 6 per cent from date payable annually Qer 1 sonatty all s msof 10 arid under cash over that amount rfot tuel fIi months aftei date beaning nter stat 6 percent per annum f l y 4QSEPH B0LIN fli f Executorof the will of W T igal 1 S 1 M C MPBELL1AuctioneerI r 1 IJI Th NewsLeader ore f J 1rLDaily U1EIffJUIflJ 8 months f tiii4ww ww v vt u Y I 3 i fT It5 W Ji 1 I S5 T I Loose Leaf Tobacco Sales Daily Good Ligtotana Largest Sales fJo rj t v j Ii 7 t 1 Plenty of Shed and Stalls FREE I f iVv V4 + i L it f 1RINiijj vkTOBACCO 1Oi US AND we WILL GET yOU THE j HltiH ST i 1iljJJf t ti b q1 i i 1r r i fIr If ft RITE R5HJiNeJN iC 155 j if 1 obert T Bohapiteri MNAGERNI5ATIONEER t 1IfJ y I rrr w I j V i wi TTT LT TI l L G T BURTON a AtDENPENTJS- TI TEEW EXTRACTED Ir 1 LWITO 1 PAIN UwwoB Hsgaar Block up stairs 8ERIIF11LaD KY 411 Dental Work Strictly Fifstclass f DR J C AlUDD r Piiijiiaui4 1 Surgeon Office hours8 t9 am t 340 2 pm Offices over Ra dos Drugstor 11 H Lamptoii MD J OffICe InOera MoUse oIO lceIhene No 8 Residence No 38- T j wFGRIGSBY J ATTORNEYATLAW 1Q1ftc ver 71PlesHnk J 8PKTOOPIELD KY DrMvW HYATTp Office o ve Red Cross Prnfif Store Office hors Hyatt 10 imto 12m 4 to 5pin t lOHNY MAYS fUNERAL uititcTOR AHELICESSEDEMBilMER ar fl TELEPHONEBt I SPRINGFIELD KYi ARE W F TRUST SBRACTI- CALEpNTIST Office over Haydon Barber 4 JPenl work at reasonable prices 4ll ork guaranteed PRINGFIELD KX 1 Railroad t Schedule Followingi is the timei schedulei now 1 in effect on the Bafdstown1 an l 1Mot 622 pm BJrd town 6C6 p m llioll 600 a m j Bardstown 645 a nt i Bafdstawn Jurictlpn 730 a m ariVBs atouiyjii 820 a m j ij04sIeaves Louisville al 720 a m Batown Junction 4 mtarOOjpm Bardstown 220 pm Badsfowtf Junction 4ltV p rnr arrives at Louisville 545 p m Solves a beep Myslnryj rwanttothantjott from the botI torn of my heait1rteC B Rader of I e yisbltre WY a for the won derf ul doubler beaefltf got from ElecII Itric Bitters in curing me of severe case of stpuach trouble and of rheumatlmj from which iI had been an alincjst helpless sufferer for tejyear9 It suited my case as ihqo madejustforment For dys pepsI indigesllon jaundice and to rid hesyBtem f kidney ppisions that a cause rheumatlsm Electric Bitters bas po equal Try tbcm every bot- r tie is gytr Lnteett9atiSfYJqn y SOc at Havd Pure bred iS C B Leghorn Go2kerels 75c each Stanley B Thompson I V SpringQcldjl Kr r 1 iLTON1i a r ifUm WI oV Local Happenlns of Interest gr The Freshest and Latest I t All About Yourself Friendsi Iand Acquaintances IM Qq OOOO t FOR SALE I f oland China oward six pigs 1IWM DERRINGER FOR SrE1 horse bqggy and harness Hite Ciemeots J t rFOR SALE 200 bushels of Orchard Gra sseed at 2 per bushel QLBrady WANTED 100 No 1 good Jo- ustposc ts Phone 126 5 P Barber FOR SALE One good broodmare and 1 good work horse thin S M Campbell A Jew good young Durobl boars for sale if taken immedi iI lately P S BARBER r r lrSpriugfielQ Ky oFon SALE 400 bushels sof ice Orcbard Grass Seed at- er 1PO bushel Call at once iVt L A Burns POR SALE Afew fine M B turkeys Mrs R A Mclni ire R 2 FOR SALEA large gnanity of Orchard Grass seed A B Walker When ordering groceries dont foraetf to order White Rose or ezFohnson flour Every sac guaranteed Mr Robert Yankey and Miss Nellia McPherson were married January 26 by Rev R B C Lawson The groom is a son of Mr Frank Yankey and the bride Js a daughter of Mr Logan Mc PhersonIIThe Owl the new restaurant under the management of Mr D L Tandy proprietor and Walter Bowen manager opened up last Friday under promising cirbum stances Both men are obliging and courteous arid calculated to make the business a success The people of Springfield have not had the treat of attending a Iso forIsoHouse Thursday Jan 9th Prices 35c25cand 15c IThe sale of the land of Mr WIT Stigall deceased will beheld IT the premises next Saturday This farm is one of the best tobacco growing farms the county as the present crop bbow Mr Joe Polin theIin will ba there in fore pi that day prepared to show anyon e over the ffarm j Mr C R Harmon of Marion county sold one of the best rops of tobacco that nas been on thei breaks this season on last Sat urday averaging S 14f54 per cwt Jit was thoroughly graded and handled and shows that this is a large factor in ootaining a good price for a crop The sale was made 6y the Washington County House On Monday of this week Bertha Keene colored was tried before Judge Litsey pna charge of breach and peace and nned 250 Yesterday Sam Spalding and his wife were tried before o jury in Judge Litsey s court on a charge of selling liquor iic local option territory The jury failing to agree the case was TOPICS iiW ii Teeth extra ted with out PAIN or e DANGERNo rge when plates iare wanted i AbZ WORKglin this ass e iiDone respect and just as ad WIVSTALLARDDIDIS I Springfield Ky aN3t4tezsubmitted to the court aqd distm isspdc Mr Derwood Montgomery and Miss Mattie Keeling drove to Springfield yesterday afternoon and were married bv Key R E C Lawson Marriage license was issued this week to Mr Walter Gamble and Miss Lena Murphy Mr Luther Lewis and Miss Elsie mBurkheadMiss Nannija Wilson Horse Sale Forty or fifty horses have al ready been entered for the home sale tto beheld atBoblitts Stabe February 25th For any information as to the sale apply to R C Boblitt or S M Campbell Oyster Supper aTheClass of Pleasant Grove will give an ovster supper at the home of Mrs L N Reed on Wednesday February 8th 1911 Everybody invited No Tobacco Meeting The mass meeting of tobaccoE growers which was to have been held at the Court House was for some cause not held A good Saturday evening crowd of peo pie was intown but the tobacco question was little discussed anyone byI Sheep Claims Persons who bad sheep killed by dogs during the pas yearI will be glad to learn that their money is here ready for them and they are requested to callI upon the County Clerk and get their money The claims fc r damage to sheep amounted to 87575 which will all be paid in full as the tax realized on dogs was in excess of tlha amount Central Bank Opens The Secretary of State bas bad an examination made of the Central Bank at Willisburg Tbe examiner reports thq bank tto be now in a squid condition A1 assessment of 20 per cent was made on the capital stock to J lower the rate at which the beingjhigh and above their tooI value The bank is now open3IIi again for business under the management of Mr Earl Roby of ChaplinIWants A Pardon The following special from Frankfort appeared in the LoaIUsville Times Saturday 1 A delegation of citizens fromJ Washington county headed by W C McChord appeared before Gov Willson and asked that I lgritu a udu to UibRcv A Plnkstou vho lit cliarged with bigamy The G ted that be would veruorindicaj j on the petition it appearing to the Governor that the luinister twas innocent of any wrong inten tion altbougQVtec hnically a yba lator of thejaw The case is a peculiar one eslIl Orcarried many yeafrs ago and he and j1timef flvorcewas received that he woman was dead Chen m 11issedthereAfter waiting three the Rev Mr Pintston YearI again believing that his dead He had tried in vain to get into communication with herI nd it was stated by Ms friends that he had every reason to be lieve that she wasdead After the second marBpage the first wife appeared alivfe and hearty The minister tben separated rombis second wife and renewed bis suit for divorce from his first wife The divorce was granted and he then remarried his secondwfes Young Teacher Dies In the death of Miss Mary Al a Orkieslast Sunday her fami lly lost a beloved and honored daughter aha sister the county one of its most enterprising teachers Miss Orkies wasjjtwerity four years of age and aj daughter ofT Mr Robert OrkiegL near town Less than a year ago her motherG departed this life a yictjm of Consumption Soon her health began to decline and she too felLM n early victim of the same sease diI For the past several years of her age she was engaged in the occupation of teaching school and by her diligent application to tudy she soon took a first rank- sa one of the counjtv s teachers Funeral SerVICeS were conduct ed at St Rose Tuesday and burial was in the cemetery tb rcjj Tobacco Market J IThe markt hasj lot been satis during ttlie week and prices have njat been high How iebroughtie days market was trorigerthariI on Monday and indications are for better prices during the remainder of this week aTheports the sale Of about IIbsbf tobacco at fairJygood 3fJO00DI i Although during the f several days the ipafket slovved a slight decline itihas now re covered and show an advance off 50 cents to 150jper huidred Tobacco has movefi rather steady and offerings have been goodII during the last month Receipts however now shoe a little less than usual indicating that now is a good time to sell Tobacco that is bulked jjn high case should either b marketed a once or hung up tyefpre it black ens Among thpse that have sold at good prices are as fol lows George Hrmonof Mari on county 3850 lbs at Hi and 2000 Ibs at 12t and Chas Har mon of Mwrior 42bO lbs atlU We sold 08000 lbs one day averageing 9 49 Good tobacco of color or character is strong while infieriolgr des are doing well From tile reports from other markets through out the State we congratulate ourselve by knowing we have the highest market here whiph is consoling r r r i ii i SU I OUR SPECIAL I ANUALI WHITE GOODS I WaistsIII 0f White Goods Laces Embroideries Lace Curtains Shirt z t tM1 Linens Table Linens Towels Crashes and many odier arti tfeles too numerous to mention will be held b jlF Wednesday Thursday friday and Saturday I 11 1 FEBRUARY 8 9v 10i1l II- t I wai be sold for cASH at a Great Reduction jve fd it GRUNDV 8 MCINTIRIE Lu1t I ii i alihpugh the pYce iis tis point iing to many The Farmers House reports the market vihiph was somewhat off the early part of the waek was more steady yesteRday there being sold that day 65000 pounds t prices ranging frotn 3 to 15 cen o rejections Planters Housew r t ifeof G Jff FenWIck Jbs 0110 if 115 lbs atof 17IIbs atrV u SSlbs atv Uv2O Ibs at 16 1 OOlbsatf8Olbsatrio j144p llbs at11v I + 2 L2Oil 14tl451bs85 Ibs atr i 20010s at Butler Eddl man ave OttoI10 50 Hagan Allen 1 Thompson Tapp 1075 Graves 11 Lawrence Goods crop of 4470 pounds averaged 1150 The Spricgfield House re poundsuringoff J b Cooksey of 2115 Ibs old at an average os 13 cents PM Howard sold at an average of 14c W J Sansberrv sold 075 Ibs at an ayer ge of 174 and JONoel sold 1510 at an aVer agq of 136 It qUQtaItions Dark Red Burley Trash grdr mixed 300500rash sound 6 00 850 Common lugs 700 800 ood Lugs 900 1150 Com leaf short 600 8 00 Corn leaf 8 00 950 edium leaf 1000 1100 j JPineBright Red Burley Trash gr or mixedS 600 700 1250tI Medium lugs 12 00i 1350 Good lugs 1400 1600 1a00ICommon leaf 1100 1200 Medium leaf 1200ir 1400 Gooc leat 14 5Oc 1600 Fine and selectel 1500 000 jMrs Troutman Dead Mrs Mary Elizabeth Troutman diedai her home at Maud Sun day afternoon after a lingering illness of Brights disease Misa Troutman was iu the 68lh year off her age and a lifelong resident oft Washington county Her maiden name was Shehan being inmemberi family of that name When qujte young she was united in marriage to Mr MiG e Troutman who with one daiigh ter Mrs Of a Crume survives Deceased was a woman of high cheracter and beloved bv a large circle of friends Funeral services were con ducted Tuesday by Rev Walker of Bloomfield and burial was inI Camp Ground cemetery To The Public We have opened a restaurant in the room under the Opera House and are prepared to furnish hot meals at all hours Jay or night Oyster Stew25c fried oysters 35c per dozen steak coffee etc 25c Give us a call The Owl PERSONAL Mrs Robert Bjhannon is spending this week in Louisville Mr and Mrs I H Tiiurtnnn and son Ray have returned from Louisville Mr G C Wharton is in Latt reuceburgI Mrs Louis Rogers is in Lou isville today Mr and Airs Brashear of tOwensboro are visiting relatives here Mr Ralph McGili has gone t to Louisville where he will accept t a position air S C McGili and daughter Miss Nellie were in Louisville last week Mrs A C Hourlgan and chil dren of Lebanon are visiting Mrs C W Stallings Mr John Raney and wife ofr near Mackville spent Saturday Jl and Sunday with hie sister Mrs Hall of near town James Burinell of Camp IJohn is here this week to Shullz Cleaver in put bank In the steam fixtures at th6i non WJ3 MdChord was in Frankfoct st vveeif Mr and Mrs Earl BrtfclFney of Columbus Ohio will arrive tonight to visit Mre Bracltneys = = jJj 4 j9 Lj 1 I1jj I Extrap ioi I LadiesSuitsandcloaks3Qandl I Hl t it I l l + iI II f 20 and 1 8 Suits go for 10 i Lrt I i rl5Suitsgofor 750 AH This Seasons Latest i Styles qII v II 2000 Longboats latesttstylesgnJfor 1000 d flw g I 1500 Long Coats latest styles go for 750 j 9 I 1000 Long Coats latent styles go ffor 540 I This is an unusual Reduction but we are going loclose JL I f them out Quick So dont wait 6 me at once if you 1 want one ofheseI i j d i Hare I3argains t iiare also makingi wonerM cuts in ffiland Iii IIWe Clothing 1 1 1 t k II I J Gftj4LI q i J t I I l I r i p ranArsdaleVanArsdaleMrs B Thompson spent several days in Louisville last week Mr J Charles Greene iis spend ing a few days in Louisville Mr James Steele and family have moved to Gravel Switch Mr Thos A Medley1of bUSilJ1eMr and Mrs John W Lewis the funeral of his aunt Mrs Carlisle in Lebanon Mon day Mrs Mary E Arnold is visit g her son in Danville Mr Sidney Hedges of Henry v ile Ind is visiting friends here Miss Isa Colvin was in Bards town SundayI Mrs H P McChord entertained a number of friends Tuesday eveningiMr and Mrs Ef P McCord and little son Phil left yesterday morning for Salem mdlwhere they will make their home Mr McChordhaving accepted a position as Manager I the Cumberland Telephone Coat ofI that place Miss Margaret Edelen it visit ing Mrs Earnest Thompson Bardstow DearIi InllLouisvilleMr and Mrs T B Blandford spent last week with hisfather Miss Mary Wakefield of Maud is the guest of Miss Laura She hau Mr Joseph M f Edelen return ed to tiouisyille after a visit to Mr Gieg Edelen and family The Daily CourierJournal OneHalf Price Under this offer thd CourieI ual will be sent to subscribers only through the postoffice nott through Courier Jpurnal agent No Couiior Journal orders for a full year will be taken at tjihs rate Subscription must be fur- not less than four months OrI longer than eightmonths Through a special arrange tbelDaitvl in combination with our paper ata price just onehalf the r guI lar rates for the CourierJournal The regular price of the Daily CourierJournal fs 55 dents a month 600 a jean We wi sendThe NewsLeader one year and the daily CourierJourndl four months for 175 or the NewsLeader one year and the CourierJournaTi eight monti is- for20 Trfil offer is good only forthe rantiiof February r dCryFOR ASTO 1A Mr Edwin GIn son Hulse of West Virginia tf ill arrive this week to visit at the home of lrS C VanArsdale Miss Nannie Thompson is the guest of her sisttr Mrs S 8tT SpljirigleldMr was here a few days herelast week dMrsMrsJ 1 Martin Miss Sue Reed J ntertained the young J people of thia neighbor hood at a candy pulling Friday evening Mrs J R Ctaybrcokeanddav are visiting her parents Mr arid Mrs A L Litsey Miss Lavenia OConnor en tertained a few pf the young folks at a game of Sherlock Holmes on Saturday evening Mr J p Reed Js suffering with a severe casdof ton i1itts Mr Moore Montgomery of Louisville was here one day llast week Missi Grace Siehan has re turned to St Catbrines after spending several weeks with heYl parents IMisses Sue Mary and Eliza beth toIEliza Mitcht II IIIMrs young loll s of this neighi porbood storme Miss Addle Jox Tuesday veniDat tbe MartinIFALLING HAIR Can Easily Be Shopped Also Dandruff idd Itching Seal IIt Parisian Sake doesnt stop fallinghair itching scalp and eradicate dandruff in J wo yreelfis Haydqn Willeti stands teadv to re und your mcney without argument or red tape of any kind PtuJslan Sage wiU puta facil uajting radiance iit tto any woman S hair in a few days Susanne HOe Roylf B uc p March 25 1910 calafanJO rshai r began to badly anti Ie i6 was 1very hardto do Anything for it Parisian Sage proved a GRAND j SUO JESS every wav Her bail1 1t3stopped coming cut dandruff allI disappeared sor4nessail left the scalp and her hair is comIng i10i again s erjr nicel JLarge hot tIe 50 c n4kB ydn Will tAya Valle RiII ayMrged in a very cb4rmlng manner last Thursday evjening ia boHor- of Mrs Nell K 4iurinan Mr and Mrs J mesMoran l itj farJr or Springfield speni Sunday with Mr and MM W F Mora it f at this place j f I fiBJ f T f O1cll Iij 1Mt1I f their daughter Mrs t jJ4Mori4+ Iigomery near Pieasfcnt Grove f Mr J 0 Harm i and dqpi4 Taylor spent Friday and 8atw4 at Feawick j irmr r u xiiKTi i1 nspentight i1i J tTatniru J JUT Glide Goatfey and ttojU itMr4Wallace I t i tt f eryill 4 rp j GoatJeYYlare r t J Ja daughtep in their home fr Willie Moran who is attending 1 schoolin Springfield spent Sitir urday and Sunday witfi jiiUl i I parents NM f Miss Ruby ONeal was heS I guest of her Aunt Mrs Donaho 1i Saturday and Sunday s f Mr S P Derringer and faml ly visited relatiyesihere Hand aYX 1 Mr Gilbert Donihoe who isl j jhisjt j J iMrEddIi i Goatley were in Bpringaeld fcjaivv urday j 1tt rHoping to see this letter jnii 1 f print I will bid you adieu V M I lKid r Saves Tw tdvc seifttzn1htl L Ul1toben for Ifr Kinga New DIscovery t I writes A D McDonald of Fa t crtvUe N CR D No 8 for we MD 41 had rightful oughs tlit no other 1 freinedy could help We were told isister had consumptlno Site ttwab very weak and hap night sweat5 p ItpletelybestI tt 11jIuhe1p fIgripper sthrna hay fcyer Jwhoopingt t rP5Oeteedby Hay don Robertson Y I1 r Je 1I4 Fa View 4f i Mrs Ada Mpprai and d hi LrMary are ysiefnat te blli tVt fof Mr Prcatn More HT Mr and r GsOrge MoI rvisited Mr and riiy S4iv enson last Su1cy t y i I Most ot our farmers art dow stripping their tobaoce tH f My Sam Moore Mr sad Mrs H 0 O Woford dlnWjItM fcMM tI of Mr F M Can JhM4 f t Stanley Chatham yiissdl kfi i 1 brother 3 QMaUuM S Wwkj night t I Wi1rijiat i Wfr iisM t itoft IJiDpl h fa i i h t f 101EY EYPDlStt ss wii je P ti + ir f r MI1 f 1fS 1 A5cy1SYw II IHyyLXITCffEL rAssist N w ttWS t j t U fat fl e iitry tMt e it the gatkeiU- e u5e c l Ml fortmasB quite caa tlMMIMW1ut1b1 lor II1 chHktlle Ivet1gtIO- LaGEt COIPf o qitita e Jfolii1 ilMM bin their work they wikttk dtoeavtcy that living parte St b7 telchil btUtited for d crta pan U uothc body For UiUiM a kM Mkbtlw replaced by a b akea tnm a cUr pMtoa c ryi tM pwjss of a ew kMI FFtrf tkli rtartiifj etet Ute expert natiM proceeded step by step til- lthr4jru so put of UteJaum bodj that 11ev NW aetptJt- f i4kii salt a cemtsry elapsed bow 4 e It s1lCCeedrk wu MBteted at Ute liwtitQte kit year TlMM waa sot an orgaa partaC am organ In him that hadOCI beesliike from asotser person Th- eairbeie ptrtg kad been an re1 MV aM replaced had befil FeferljBykee a crlBUsal condemned for muetif He wju elves the choice of belaexeiiteg or taraed over to the belcemperIsOAtbe iSatk of afelom Tcue was the first that was sueI cessi is prodBOfcig an altogether newI belsjf The operators who made or rather combined him considered that tkefa to1JdJoBBJfcb meanlnjrof allthat JsMr Omieam was made up of all kinds of persMW Itwasexpectedbytheun eli Mc laity thai he might be op poelto giving up the name of Sykes tjftf there was nothing of Sykes left MI liit he made no objection what eYer Iadeed he did not remember ever harMg beeu Syket The life ykea sad led was not la him at all Use Omnium was entirely expert stestal the professors who had mann JactBced him gave orders that he was set to be permittedat least for some tiffle to leave the Instltntlbn But certalnpartofhisbrainandhisrlght hand had been taken from a burglar TIle consequence was that though Iockedlnby a guard be found n6 trou ble Is pickingl the lock wth such 1m plenents she found lying about and firstBaqd just as many fathers As Blight have been expected this fragmentary thouglT entire Individual fqltowisd the strongest of all the natu r UIeHXe8taken from persons between twenty andtnirty His average age was there fore twentyfive a time ofllife when a mans fancy turns to love He had beem well dressed by the professors andTi they feared he might get out Into the world without funds they had placed a roll of bills In his pocket Feeling hungry be went into a restrant where he ate a good meal and took a desperate fancy to the cashier wbp vas a very attractive youngwom an of twenty Having scraped an ac quaintance with her he Invited her to go to the theater with him thatj even lug an Invitation she accepted It should be noted here that Omnium on entering the world sa combina tion man obeyed the two most Imp6r tant natural laws The first thing he did was to satisfy his hunger the see ond to make love Miss Mabel Thom ntbe young lady to whom Omnium paid his addresses found him a very puzzling per von Instead of having a few charac teristic traits he had a hundred The Irstclashing of Idiosyncrasies she no tIced was between those of a spend tbjift aad a miser a portion of whose braW hadbeen engrafted within his cranium Instead of engaging seats at Lithetheater he took a whole box This was embarrassing to Miss Thompson who was a very modest person What was her surprise when after the plaj fee took her to supper and ordered one herring for the two This episode though neither of them knew oft showed from the first that though it was possible td produce a perfect physical combination man the matter of those elements that are to be classed as mental opened up a new field for the scientists It demonstrated that toplace in the same skull two such discordant elements as the brains ofa miser and a spendthrift isto make a bad combination But Miss Thompson was doomed to farther surprise and disappointment While going home after jhe apology for a supper half a herring for each of tseca suddenly the strokes of a bell fell upon their ears At the first stroke Omrdnm stopped stock still There were three strokes then nine On the ninth stroke a book and lad der truck passed Omnium left the Uiy standing on the sidewalk dashed to the truck stood on the footboard asd was whirled away P90rlpIthe maR who had so recently come te Aer to kteil those hopes ot marriage t ant keM which are born lit every wepas Osalom called upon her the s xt day asd was coldly received IJIM the two heard a remark of Pro ieiisr Sweicler when Omnium was be uigpax tuvuzruvf n Uia uimc 115 dStood tile strange kctlon This Ii a portloa of too brain1 hrofssor- kid saM of S 5n Tucker thi o Mr1itc ireiaania this department HE- Ms taken tweaty medals for bravery at ires Ad the professor laserted focie gray matter In the cranium before him ThomP1soaand saw the truck dash by he felt art unconquerable Impulse to get on the buck and go to the fire He regretted leaving er alone but could not help It Whereupon she forgave him Reconciliations are always danger oust and it proved so In this instance Qmnfum told her that he loved her clasped herln his arms and begged her to marry him Her answer was that first he must make known who he was second his means and if these were satisfactory to her she would consent to a trial engagement Omnium aftern few moments thought told her that he would prepare a statement for her embodying the Information she asked for The truth Is he knew nothing about him self and thougbtJt necessary to do a job of thinking on tbe matter He left her promising to bring the acts the next evening He had hired a room and went there ftom Miss Thompson Throwing himself Into an easy chair be began to think The first person be remembered be ing was Evan Drake He recalled working in a counting room as a man of that name Then being addressed sDr Harwood came glimmering in his brain Corporal Horgan was the next Identity lie felt and this gave wdy to Jullusa colored man Great heavens he exclaimed eq8 there negro blood in my veins He examined his noils and the palms of his bonds but could see no traces of such on inheritance This comfort ed him How It happened Omnium himself could never explain He remembered jotting down the names as they oc curred to him of persons he seemed to have been and he recalled addressing a note to Miss Thompson beginning The Information as to myself prom lard you Is Then followed the name Omnium after which he had written the word allai adding six other names He bad evidently got confused at a consciousness of having Ijeen so many bO1whating Miss Thompson received the list of his names through the malL What is it asked a friend who was with her at the time sIng her turn pale Dont ask me moaned the poor girL Do tell meto My lover confesses to six aliases Hes a crook Miss Thompsons friend after labor lug with her for hpurs finally induced her to premise that she would never see her lover again and that she would send hIS note to the police Tbjfe escape Of Omnium from the in stitute occasioned consternation among the professors who had constructed him They could not know what be would do and feared some trouble would result from his being at liberty jfor which they would be held respon sible One morning Dr Tunshutter Ph D while looking at the morn Ing paper noticed that a man had been arrested with half a dozen aliases his name He was iI puzzle to the po lice either the name Omnium nor any of the aliases except that of a murderer who had been sentenced to be executed and of whose execution there was no record wag known to the Authorities No one knew what to do WIth him Dr Tunshutter threw down his pa per called a carriage and drove at once to the office of the superintend ent of police To his request that Omnium be returned at once to the Institute the superintendent said that the return must be mndq legally and asked for the mans Identity How can I tell you that cried the professor There are parts of more than fifty people in him Do you mean that you cant give me his jegal name r tHe has none Ishe white or black HI cant say there is a faint trace of block in him He fit a nym Isnt ber Net entirely There are cartilages of several dogs the skins of two rats and much sewing was lone with cat galIFor heavens sake take him away crled the superintendent I wouldnt have tbe responsibility of either hold- Ing Or giving up such a monster for the world Ill turn him loose and you must have some one from your confounded Institute here to take him If he gets loose again hell get into court and it will require n United States supreme justice to establish Ma legal status Omnium was released from custody bat afternoon and caged by the keep era of the institute He managed to Set hold of a lawyer and his case came up before the court Seven attorneys three judges and a large num ber of jurymen lost their minds in the struggle to establish his legal iden tity While these efforts were being made he one day became very much profes1orsand found some of the catgut with which the lobes of the brain had been eewed had decayed Then a law was passed forbidding the construction of any more combi nation sieiL Always Waiting Dasbowoy You have splendid look tag clothes old man Who is your tailor Cleverton Hes tbe first man you spa as you go out Life I IBotiman and woman kind belle their nature when they are not kind Bailey hA Clean Mm toeiWe shls Ik lee tha tMJttIe A susi my GoodTt Bet saly iNid kt leelde It andrw hnWhy tiMMc The BM whe iU ek iia tkis war wi Uek Jriewl Mtit HwiM werl withSMLT aad tkfek lIsftdssr shh euiis zi is w4 with 14vr hag taek r4I-rnsodsee IaijN=1w MeedGMHVM0ti0iBl 1rIK PJerces Golden Medical Discovery peei a dkmtt if a rmaaiiiii t Jt kas dIusfts ias aspurlr it eMc IIatIItiea JI AIPeJk n 10 r SNAPSHOTS ATI CELEBRITIES Atlee 1SenatorI Atlee Pomerene Democrat of Cant nwho has bfeen chosen to Succeed Charles Dick as United States senator from Ohio was elected lieutenant governor of the state last November His term in the senate begins March 4 It is understood that he will not re- sIgn as lieutenant governor In which capacity he presides over the Ohio senate until shortly before that date Lieutenant Governor Pomerene was born in Holmes county O fortyseven years ago and his boyhood days were spent on u farm He prepared for college at the1 Vermilion institute Hnyesville O and was graduated from Princeton unlverslty with honors ln18S4 In 1880 received his degree from the Cincinnati Law school anti the same year hung out his shingle la Canton which has since been his home He was elected city so llcltbr of Canton the second time by an Increased majority His popularity In his home county tStark was demon strated in 1890 when he was elected prosecuting attorney the rest of the Democratic state ticket being defeat ed In 1900 Governor Harris appointed him a member of the Ohio tax commissionMr was a candidate for the nomination for governor against Governor Harmon at the time of the latters first nomination The honor of being the running mate of Gover nor Harmon at the last election was not sought by Mr Pomerene Connecticuts New Senator George Pbelps McLean who has been elected to succeed Morgan G Bnlkeley as United States senator from Connecticut h4 the support of the progressive wing of the Republican party in the state In the contest forte toga Senator Bulkeley Is seventy four years old and succeeded L R Hawley six years ago The senator elect was born at Sims bury Conn fiftyfour years ago and hIS boyhood was spent on his fathers farm at that place He was educated at the local schools and at Hartford After being graduated frqm the high school he took up the study of law PHKLP8 trfd was admitted to the bar In 1881 md began the practice of his profes lion in his native town Two years later he waS elected to the legislature when he was instrumental in the passage of a bill establishing 4 board of pardons In 18SO he was scnt to the state senate nrl after a secondMerrn was appointed United States attorney Connecticut in which capacity he 1for until elected governor in 1001 serving thief executive lib broke down and until recently he been in retirement Mr Mc Lean Is one of the wealthiest men In Connecticut Yule university gave him the degree of A M Ju 1004 Not a Born Forger The indorsement of checks is a very simple thing but us the following storwill Hhow It too has its dUD Sultles t A woman went Into a bank where checksILucy This time the check was made to tbe order of Mrs Mt J Smith M J were her husbands initials She explained this to the paying teller and asked what she should do Ob that Is all right he said Just Indorse It os It Is written there She took the check and after much hesitation said I donf think I can make an M like that Prepared For Emergency What makes you keep giving me vflsh fox dinner day after day l he ofiirdlNo she replied I was wholly unselfish I read a lovely recipe about hoV to remove n fishbone when it sticks in your ttand I wanted to try itWashaifo Star I rT Scotts Emulsion is the originalhas been the standard fOrthit five years There are thousands v9 so call d just as go Emulsions but they are not they are simply imi tations which are never as goodas the original They are like thin milk SCOTTS is thick like a heavy cream If you vant it hindqi it yourself frith water but dont buy it thin ron BT 1XLDQOQOISTS Bead lOa nan tot paper thla ed tar oar beantlfal Sayings flaek and BketohBook- liaoh bank contains a Good Lock fiCOTT A BOWNE 409 Pearl St NewYosk TIMELY NTS FORFFARMERS Getting Winter Eggs One great essential hi getting winter eggs is to make the hens entirely com fortable Remove every useless article and leave the floors entirely free from any thing that will obstruct their free use as a scratching place Clean down the walls and If necessary whitewash or spray thoroughly Clean the dropping boards and make repairs ojrtbem and tho roosts so that droppings can be easily remove at all times during the winter Remove every bit of litter from the floor and It it 18i o dirtS floor tako out at least a couple of inches of the old dirt which should be replaced with clean loam Make reifly a corner In each pen that can hocused as a dusting box This can He kept supplied with the fine strUng from hard coal ashes and will be much enjoyed by Ujo whole flock If it can be placed where the sun will shine bo it so much the better American Cultivator Kotes of the Hog Never feed corn alone to hogs ItIs false economy- A sow should never be in marketable condition when she is bred A feed of oats occasionally will bB sowjProtection Dt weather will make the feed go further Young bogs can be fattened more profitably than those thatiore older Brood sows should have two pens one for feeding and one for sleeping The first litter Is not always an in dex of the brood sows profitableness The easier a feed is Adfgested the greater will be the gain from tho feed Pigs often become crooked In the legs from remaining too Ipng on a hard floor Prevantlon of Milk Fcv r The best way to treat Ipillk fever Is to prevent it While a cow should be well ted previous to freshening she should not be fed on too concentrated food Good bay bran a little ollmeal some potatoes or other roots to keep her bowls tree and exercise every day make the proper regimen At freshening do not milk all the milk out of tbe udder for the first few milk tugs Thee precaution will bring the cow In all right Sheep as Guards Against Weeds There Is no class of live stock that looks so well on the farm a flock of well cared for sheep and no other stock will take as good care of the farm Sheep may be regarded as gleaners of profit for they will eat al most all kinds of weeds and briers And then the weed seeds eaten by sheep will not germinate in the ma nure dud when once destroyed by eating are entirelyl destroyed FORT BLUNDER It Was Erected by Our Government on Canadian Soil It is not generally known that our government once undertook to erect a fort on British soil The site of this fort afterward called Fort Montgom ery was about half a mile northeast of Rouses Point N L npt far from the foot of Lake Champlainl Popular ly It was known ns Fort Blunder It appears that after the war of 1812 our government felt tbe necessity ofI guarding the entrance to Lake Cbam plain Accordingly In 1815 was begun the erection of Fort Montgomery Tbe original notion was toj construct a great fort In those days that meant a fort with three tiers of guns When the work had been in hand for some time it was discovered tba owing to an error of early surveyors the actual boundary between New York and Canada the fqrtyflfth par cud of north latitude papsed south of tire fort Work on the fort was sus pended for about twentyfive years mid not until the year 1842 was the territory restored to the United States The agreement known as the Web sterAshburton treaty establishing the northeastern boundary mDde the lino between New York and Canada conform to the old and Incorrect earlI survey Thus Fort Blunder was hgain on United States territory The people of Maine it is said never quite forgave Daniel Webster tot giving up as they claimed be did a great slice of territory to which they thought them selves entitled1 in order to1 save Rouses Point Alter the boundary question was settled the fort was finished out it was j never manned by more than sufficient men to keep Itlu order and it was never armed Carpers Weekly In the BarberShbpJ J Customer What do you mean by that sign Shaving Pessimists 2 cents BarberThntralj because It takes more time to sbavimaD with B long faceJudge t tDistancejJI Father iIs 1t very tfar across tH oceanr A- Yes its a long way f About how many bJock2Bmwa- nsrs Macazlne i i U 1tlJIIII J c STOfMGH1 WORMS Symptoms and Treatment of rThis Dread Disease Whoa sheep are suffering from the presence of stomach worms the first notiecnblesymptoni Is a lassitude with a desire to keep behind when tbe flock Is being driven An occasional sfum1 ble will Je noticed if hurried On her ing caught and the wool parted the skin instead of being of a pink ol will be found of a bluish white rI veins of the eyeball will be of a color with n watery buttermilk look to the eye These are tile characteristic symptoms of the stomach worm and the sooner this sheep or lamb Is dosed tho better Now about the gasoline treatment Gasoline necda to be given with treme care or It will kill the sheep A tablespoonful is a full dose for a mature sheep less for a lamb and always give It sifter a fast of twelve or more hours It must be mixed with oil usu ally raw linseed and not less tlinn four times as much oil ns gasoline Then put in a full half pint of milk skim millet will dol Then always set the sheep or lamb upon its buttock to give thft dose nnd as gasoline will not mix with either oil or milk it must be shaken until the very tnonieut it is slowly poured down the sheep or jt will strangle or the gasoline will in jure the mucous membranes of the stomachs Some have advised giving the dose every morning for three mornings but I am convinced this Is unnecessary Two mornings ln suc cession are sufficient C V Smead V SiIn National Stockman Profits In Live Stock Inj the long run exclusive grain farming never pays as It exhausts the soil and gives nothing In return It will never pay until we learn to eat corn and hay ourselves The livestock farnler not only gets his annual profitS but he adds to tbe value of his farm each year Instead of decreasing it as does the grain farmer Feeding the Horse There are not many horses which can stand sudden changes in either quantity or kind of feed Violation of this rule brings sudden disasterIn factJvunderieedlng is much to be pro- feaTeto oyerfeedlng PIANO HARDWARE Men Who Buy Parts and Repair Their Instruments at Home Ones notion of piano hardware Is likely to be that It Is material of van ous sorts used In the manufacture and repair of pianos an idea that would bei in the main correct but at the flame time there is more or less of such material sold at retail to private owners of pianos who may be skilled In the use of tools and who undertake to do their own repairing to save pense and such purchasers may in chLOe men who have no knowledge of music though they may have the me chanical expertness required for the job Obviously no great skill Is required in replacing a broken caster A man can buy n single caster and put It on himself If he wants to or he could In like manner replace a broken hinge or a screw and be can buy any of these things But the home repairer does more ambitious work stillas for In stance he may replace a broken wire He can buy piano wire of precisely the right gauge iud tie may under take this Job and get away with It or he may replace ope or more broken keys or hammers Not Ipng since a man iho hnd bought a pretty well worn secondhand phuio for 15 bought for it a complete new set of hammers which he put on himself Only men of real skill cnn do such jobs ns this but In a town of this size there are enough men who do their own piano repairing to make It pay to keep piano hardware on sale at retail New York Sun Two Freaks of Nature Two contrasting freaks of nature are the Island of Fire and the Lake of Snow Tho Island of Fire Is called the Home of Hot Devils It Is situat ed in the midst of a large lake of bolting mud In the island of Java The steam and gases which arise from tha sticky mud form themselves Into bubbles attaining a diameter of five or six feet and sailing high up in the air like balloons carried hither and thither by tbe wind and finally exploding with a loud crash The biggest snow lake Is seen from the summit of Hlspar pass In the Ka rakoran range It is more than goo square miles In area In Switzerland the sea of Ice might better be called the sea of snow as the surface Is brO ken up by solar heat which makes a minute assuring in the giving It the appearance of snow The Cause of Mazy Sudden Deaths There is a disease prevailing in this countrymos dangerous because so dntive Many sudden causedbyease pneumonia Heart failure ot oftenUieney disease If kidney trouble allowedtoadvance thekidneypoison ed blood will at oftheinthelamebackbreakdowncellBladder result from a derangement of the kidneys and obtainedlquiCkestbYneys Swapgoot corrects inability to itlandof being compelled to go often through duriDgirentedyiscause of its remarkable health restoring anyoneSwampRoot I sold by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar size bottles You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all about it both sent free by mail Address Dr Kiliner Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this gen trans offer in this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name- S ampR ot and dontiet a dealer sell SwampRootV a t jIj Lgoat sfjoW iIn Nevi York City UBS ODANHINa OUiOC- SShes the best press agent In the country so said a man recently who is lirsa position to Judge of such matters concerning the publicity work of Mrs Channlng Pollock better known Intbe professional world as Miss Anna Marble Mrs Pollock comes of several generations of stage folk and seemed pre destined for a career as an actress but as she herself says I had no hankering for the HmeJIght but my relatives kept heading me toward the stage Finally John Dunn persuaded Floradoraand my work has been cut out for me ever since From that time on Miss Marble has bandied the publicity tor Oscar Ham mersteins grand opera press agehted several vaudeville houses and went out on the road abend of Nazimova when she first came to this country At present she Is press agent for New Yorks mammoth show the Hippo drome and In odd moments she writes vaudeville sketches and magazine articles Brides as Business Women Certain husbands now contend that brides should be educated lu business thattbelrperb housekeepers and gracious and tactful at the dinner table They think wtfmen also should be sufficient ly acquainted with business to be companion to them in affairs of vital Importance Said one man I think a wife should be educated In business My wife is a perfectly model Woman in every way except that she cannot help me in any way in a business mat ter She Cannot understaud business simply because she never had any in struction lii It Now if my wife had studied a little about architecture she could have given me Important advice on the question of letting a contract to a builder for the construction of our borne I certainly tblnk wives should have a practical knowledge of business matters including finance A Delight to Ivory Collectors In almost every home a piano is to bo found but In only one household hero in America js there an instill ment carved from ivory in an exact replica of the accepted baby graqd model of commerce This wonderful piece of work is the result of much pa lent labor on the part of a worker in PIANO taos hnndjnade jewelry and of Its kind U the most perfwi specimen The piano Is correct In evirv particular and not the cleverest purr of thir toy Instru keylsrntdlimy be raised In approved concert fashion and the iltilc stool would met Ibe approval of oven Josef Hofiuann The plnno legs lire beautifully carvtd and there are tiny mwnra whkn must have taken mi luexUnuatlble amount of mtl nce to mljttst In length this xquMio Ivory pi no Is two end IsI Incliirs long iiid nil Inch andaS ntir high Collectors of small ivory dbJwtK are enthusiastic over this rnu ideal inasterplocc A Shrewd Answer Az ong the advertisements In an English paper there recently appeared the following The gentleman who found a purse with money In Burford treet is requested to forward it to the address of the loser ns Jne was recognized A few days later this reply was In serted The recognized feentleman who picked up n pUrse In Burford street requests the loser to c l1nt bis house Her Blunder What makes you think shes uncul tured She thinks Ibsens plays are stupid Welt a lot ot people think Yes but she says soVOveland Ieader r Repartee We need bruins inithls business young man zYou neednt tell me that sir Tour business shows Baltimore Amen can TTT 2 J l 1i The Kind YDIIIM ul Always BMII iI tt 1ll 41l t1 1o v SIST55 EVERY BUSINESS i MAN A tI the importance of Conducting all business details by J local andlongdistarice It is economy in jiavint oJ COgnilZ money Unexcelled telephone service can bi had t Iof the Cumberland Telephone aniTeiegnlph Com distance connections to all important in the t United rates reaa nabe service the best CUMBERLAND ELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incoropraed I BiavYouTrjedlt7 If not we time to do so before your troubles have obW suLth hold on you that nothing will drive f them out kanyhowin thousands of cases where other medicines had bee tried in vain Whyshould it not do the same for y01 Take I14 eWomans Towc f My Octava would have beeii 1riras r today had n9t1 been for that fine medicineCdii writes KirNothingtaken CarduL IShad for the doctor when thoufht of your medicui and got albotUe When the had ncosiiwdCardulYour druggist sells Cardui full instructtdfii irop the bottle 1 Write Ladles AiTUoryDept Ottttafteo Mietihi Ca oiMiiiili Tern ftsZ1nifrIucUoas 1IoK fecW J Doubtful Surgfcry Hurry became lefigt a malignant growth causing clvlllza Ion no small InconvenienceCut the cry erEupon went up for was like the ui thinking mob to seize upon the mos obvious ex pedient But wiser bends enter alned misgiv ings civilization survive so Serious an operation Puck The Man to Wake Up I Whrn one goes sleep tn my church said a preach r to Bishop Seymour Illinois mj sexton Is or icred to go and wake b m up- Weffltt It be bett r said the bishop th smile hen anyone goes to sleep under yoU preaching to have the sexton come end wake you upSunday Illustrated Magazine Unsuspected Col uslpn dont know fhat to give my hus band for Christmas sail the thought PVJ1ngbbn wbenIeveri awhile =Washington Stor The Victor Cassldy Harrlgan wts ground th day braggln about th nUn be gev Fln egan Mat CaseyLast Mpnda Shure thats near week agO Tis wonder be wasnt around sooner Casaidye but It ems be only recovered from it this mornln Cath oRe Standard and Evidently TlniII What would yiu ihink of fellow who waits till 0 Christmas before he pre loses Mabel should consider him left over present that somebody didnt intrBoston1IeraldL L of hem yDo you ever get the last word in an argument with your Iter Always That surprising Not at alL get it from her Stories RadRia- nReddBrown said be had another run of hard luck autoaOJbUe Nope Just paid fillip inon1lawyers did the flfuri rCleTeJa Leader L 1 J j CASTORIArorInfntgndCifl i I I BearstheV 1I l t l I 1 t It f Ii 4I + S B f tid iThirtyf OASTORIAVs sapsy aiw vs rr IJ R J J ig pont States t 1 thedrug tyou inI a I ARDUIVt t daughtr it fctt I sent J t t with for j to l t at tl it Would t 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