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Is not In session sir ltttlwtbl Wide In a shocked olce- Afterithp visitor bad departed the tcillu2StO uoDr his chair In front of the statue of Daniel Webster and mruipcd his heated brow Tfaa sxone klnQ that come here be said MWo have all kinds but his gIe Is the hardest to deal withy Called the senate burglars jou heard I 1iIma1 he kicked at everything else lxtiqwctftbm That kind conies pre pared 16 Wck They apt gotno trI jUsm at all and a United States e seoatw aint no more fo hem than o doorkeeper Why Im afraid to take Hjiie him Into the supreme court Likely f not theylj JSny something dfqrec ectfui right out loud Do you i showtWi art all ese crooks Then he wanted tI to kMW bow much all them statues I cost tIM government and who got the rakeoC I toli him they were given byth ftatee anjfl be said that was ace wjien tfcestnfeaput qneorer YeU leottldnit tlilrik said the guide with a sigh that patriotic Americans couW coHte Beretanil be so callous I botH tte thiags theysee They seen tobgrdje giving a dollar to be shown jbV p kce Trfcfete Webster stood when Jtet mEe to reply to HayaeI dont Icaow wbt the ce n trys coming to vTvt Mea a iWde here twentyyears ri C lhe 1n= i t CI ars asa 1ng kIcr Xaia Chty Star Cautttn jfShal I bare this prescription jBfieO vlthost further consultation asked ijbe fMitlent T ertifpiy replied the physician fWhjjnotr j thought maybe Id better cnil in f a handwriting expert Wa hhiRtou tar f Reciprocity jrfaere Is one word whlh raqy servf asa rule of practic+ tqr1tn t2t2ji lift lat words reciprocity VziycudL Aaot wish done to yourself not dh t therContueius Fr tty NPJPOW MrsHoyJets iheivinuuh room In ytwr tat yrs DoyhiIi should say Mt ilMre Isnt room to give any o iII tntJudge 1 It it 40L Ii iII 1A w r i F 7rW Ji1flE i NE1475 =LEADERa1 j JfEncouraging The Hen A farmer in Scott county finds that the layingcapacity of his sincelIery slop A farmer in county has discovered a MercerI pUn He puts on a red flannel shirt and walks around the pout tryyard When the hens seethe shirt they are seized with an Jr restibla desire to increase the visible supply of eggs and govern themselves accordingly It is easy to see how a diet of distillery slop might incite excie a hento unusual exertions mher daily vocation Under its stimu Jlating influence she is Jikely torforget that she laid an egg theiperformance be taking an unfair advantage of th hen The fed shirt plan appears io be better It at least involyes no risk of making the hen a confirmed inebriate and having ones poultry yard de generate into ascrapping ground for drunken and disorderly fowls A red shirt comes about as cheap as a wagon load of distillery slop and it lasts much llonger On economical grounds there fore if for no other reason the red shirt is to be prefered to the swill from the mash tubI Doubt less there will be conservatiye chicken owners who will refuse to take any stock in either method believing that the ulti rOImotedrOI as she sees proper Prom the standpoint of a square deallthis policy is to commended One egg a day is the normal output of a hen While it way be possi ble by the undue stimulation of distillery slop and the psycho logical influence of a red shirt to move her too abnormall production it is extremely doubtful if the- pohty Owuerwou1dfipd eitber plan to be a paying operation in tbelongr run Everybody re members the experience of the wise guy in lEsops fables who owned a goose which lalaa golden egg and who slaughtered her in order to find a gold mine as fondly hoped only to discover that there wasnt so much as tcopper cent left In her treasury department Courierournal King Simpson DeadI Mr George King Simpson 69 years of age died at the asylum at Lakeland Sunday morning of heart trouble having been an inmate of th it intitutign for several mont s Tue remains were brought lo Lebanon Sunday night anq takimto residence of Mr E N Hundley andinter merit was in Ryders cemetery Monday afternocm the services being conducted aijhet grave by Dr A 0 Graves Several years ago Mr Simpson was a well known farmer and stock trader but in llate years his health has been poor and his mind becom ingunsoundt it was foucd neces sary to convey him toL keland His wife died about four months ago Marion Falcon R BBER CATARRH Steals Energy and Will Power from its Victims a Catarrh robs the victim of energy some physicians say of wiUppwer Tnat may be the reason why thousands of tarrh sufferers havent ambition enough to accept this fair and square offer by Haydon Willett which they make without any whys and wherefores or red tape of any kind Haydon Willett sayIWe guarantee HYOMEI to cnfe catarrh acute 0 chronic or money back and that offer is open to every reader at the NewsLeader HYOMEI pronounced it Highome EucalyptuSI Pour a few drops into the small vest pocket HYOMEI inhaler and breathe it into the lungs over the inflamed membrane infested with catarrh germs It8 pleasant touseit kills the germs soothes the sore membrane and erlbackA bottle of HYOMEI costs 50 ents at druggists everywhere and at Hay don Willefts A complete outfit which inojudes a bottle ofHYOMEI al hard rub er Inhaler and sample instruct ions foruse costs 100 j Pistol Toting Habit In an Eastern Kentucky coun ty a few days ago a youth of 19 or 20 years wept out in the back yard to plifc some kindling While engaged iq that peaceful atid reasonably safe occupation he lost his life A pistol dropped out of his coat pocket and 8was discharged the bullet entering his heart l s Pistol carrying is a risky busi pens1If the carrier does not shoot anyone else be is liable to shoot himself and in either event t 01pumancarried in Kentuckv there would be a rapid decline in the number of shootings accidental and otnerwise Aboul the worst possible use that can be made of a man is to kill him and fewer men would be kUediif the ever ready pistol did not so continuously repose in the convenient pocket Th are not many bcca ijons when killing is absolutely necessary though manv slas escape punishment on the pja of self defense In the mountains as well as in other parts ofKentupky there is a large element of oiir population which believes1 iit necessary to tote a weapon ph all occa sions Whether they are going to a horse race ora dbt race a i wedding or a wopd pnopping a danCA ora funerai there are 1tadldanswhoe a revolver The young mountain maa bad become so aittaqhed to his trusty weapon jit appears that he could udt detach himself frQm it pending lallittle exercise with an ax in thej lwaY of trans forming big stjckgi into little ones Surely he needed no pistol w bile engaged ipjthe prosaic performance of splitting kInd- ling but he had educated him self into the bad habit of carry ing a ligun on occasions and he paid the penalty r Every mai wHo ifakes a prac tice of toting a pistol is cuurt lug trouble and takjog chances There is ot much excuse for the habit in this enlightened age IIf a private citizen must need arm himself whyjjnot carry It big stick It would be a more trustworthy agent ofj selfdefense than a pistol anJi jjit might be carriedwith infinitely less dan gerTo the carrlerCourterJ- ourcal Death In Koarini Tire may net result from the work of fire bugs but often seTCre burns are caused that make a quick need 11 Bucklens Arnica Salv + the quickest surest cure for burns yrounde bruises bolls sore It subdueairIn It kills pain It soot es ammatIonI Drives off skin eruptions ulcers or piles Only 25c at Haydon Robert I 1soni 1 Killed ByBrother Glasgow Ky Feb lAndrew Edwards twelve years old son of Ambrose Edwards was killed this afternoon by the ac cidental dischrge of a shot gun in thfe hands of his brother El mor aged thirteen near Sul phur Well in Metcalfe county The charge fron the shotgun atclose range literally tore the child to pieces The children wprealone at ibe timeand Elmerss ory between sobs was tha they were lobklng at the gun when it wasdischarg dt i 8 P RAGE iSi Hoh Ben Johnson on Longer Seek Gubernatorial I Declaring that efforts have been made by some of his politi call opponents to arouse religious prejudice against him in the effprt to defeat Jhim for the Dem Qttgstic nomination for Governor C greSsmnn Ben Johnson late la night announced lais with dmwa from the primary It is charged bjr Mr Johnson in the statement issued by him that certain parties who have long been antagonistc to him havp tried duting the past twelve months to work up feeling agjiinst him because he is a Catholic lie asserts further that his enemies started a newspaper in the Eight congressional inspired in Frahkfort In no part of his statement does Mr Johnson use the name of any of his alleged enemies He charges that at first the alleged mutter ings wore half concealed but that during the pasttthjrtv days thQy have become bolder null louder and that upon his refucn to Kentuckv last Thursdaynight he iE Eived reports from his riends throught the State that it Vsthe purpose of those wtio started the move to deeat him in November in the event he should secure thQ nomination in the primary night he could not discuss Mr Johnsoo Iof Mr Johnson William Adams f Cyntbiana and Mayor W 0 HeadYof Louisville had both rkmouncecUhat they we esti1j in the race and when mformed of Mr Johnsons action both de dined to discuss the situation fur ther Mr Adams bad said earlier in the night that he intended to remain m the race until the pri mary was over and that he1 would deposit his entrance fee with the committee just as soon as the amount had been deter mined by the committee This statement was reiterated by him when told of the withdrawal of Mr The withdrawal of Mr Johnson caused a ripple ofexcitement Hin Democratic circles and un Jtil many of the politicians from t rz t = i 1 IrI t ll 1lt 1 I REGISTERED DUROO JERSEY i BRED SOWS AND FINE YOUN AiAR WITHDRAWS FROM rninatioi1 j setthe1fgnt fasIauyI JobnsonJ i hardl- yJiadthenewsecamekpown 0 401I f I I mIIf a1e S to be held under C over on my f1arrn 14riileeat1I i I o Springfield at t oclock pm f T 11 l s TUESDAY FEBR0ABY 2819111 l ilt J t 41 i t tlifl ML I pair 5uyearo1dworkmu1es 2 fresh jgrsey tSfw i I Every animal in this sale will be dhttv bybi J oir 1iiI 111 1 M Campbell AuctioneerWritej for catalogI r f i WS JE S1 Mayes Jistim ltlKy 11 T UH various sections of the Statelent to attend the meeting of the Ex ecutivfi Committeei today bpgan to speculate as to whether or jnIanother aspirant for guberna tuiial honors entering the race Congressman Q1lie M James asphnnttoiSwax mentioned iji copnecHon wiih l governorship Courier JpurnaL Evety yera large umber of poor sufferers whose lungs are sore and rack with coughs prei urged Wgo to another climate But thi is costly andnot a ways sure Theres a better way Let youathprnewrites W R Nelson of Calomine Ark when all else failed andjl gained 47 pounds in weight Its surely the King- of all cough and IUPIruret Thous adds owe their lives anS health Wit Ins posiUvely guaranteed for Coughs CroupallThroat Hhydonjberto Birdmans Narrow l Escape 1Man Antonio TJex Feb 5 Thai the San Antonio aviation meet today was not marred by an accident due to jbeer good luck coupled with the skill iind dating of Roland G Giarros Gliding from an altitude of 3jOOO feet Garros pnhis final light of tbe fterDoc nJfeltbis Bleriot monoplane being lifted up under him and found himself riding aground gale that had sprung up while he was in the air Forif feet rom the earfnV hard puff strudk him his Bleriot bounded higter into the air and Garros jist manag dclearthe tent banger Throwing his Bleriot around he again blade the attempt b t was for the second time frusira ted His wheels touched the ground but another puff of wind sent him off Throwing histr t power back on be sbot overa fence narrowly missing crowd 1sp tttrfS1 o Alter several wore attempts and with like incidents he finally landed STOMACH AGONY Take Mina and Quickltgel Rid Jor Indigestion Go tyday and geta fifty cent box of MI0NAatomachlablets howquicklydisappear1fMIONA stomach tablets not only give instant relief but taken for a few daySdriye away dizzin ss headache nervousness and biliousness Bad dreams and tossing about in bd- are caused by out of order stomach MIONA will remove the cause and put your stomach in splendid condition in a few days r ontWilletsi any stomach trouble or money back MIONA iiis a fine toni it builds up run down people lin a jjhojt time Mf0N soats 50 cents large box b Stanjping Ground Kyv Feb 5 With the minister m the act of pronouncing the benediction and a congregation of 500 per sonsstanding with bowed heads awaiting dismissal the roof of the Chriatlftn church in tbi village gave way today and members pf the congregation were compelled to run for their lives I Fire had broken out in the attic of the church but was not discovered until thefanies were be yond control The church difice was destroyed entailinjaloss of 54QOO A destructive fire visited Geln dale last Friday night and des grocery and meat lrqyedtho to Mr Lee with Vasrinable spreadJthat the building was II frame one The large store pf Rider Bros nod the re idenceof Mrs Rena 11reaisoI ilhedibefdone =LaRue County HeralA XUliildreii OrTFOR FLETCHERS AJ ST3A yr itIt 1Ji f D SUBSCRIP7IQN t jz wjtr l jl- frt 1l 41vi f ta IH dr tii v I o i Fire Dtoy aptoij1j Jefferson City M6PPS 5 The Misoqri Capiwi was des tr yedby ire f IU of Tihe records of the GpyerjibrV and other Slate offlcgs nre complete lossjThetotal loss titfcludlng she structure and many records and State papers iin the pfficedf tIhe Governor Secret i f ofStajenndij 4 Treasurer is estim tedaVfl OQO 000 with no insurance Lightningi whici i struck toe cu fftfeVgottfKi fo the Hoc se of the representatives on the north stid of ihestruciure and n lessi than pporentthittii The tire soon spread to the roofof thV Senate chataber on the past side whei e the effort of the Bremen pro ed unavailing to check it The records of he Souse of Representatives eredestroyed while those of the Senate ret saved In IheSti itT eastt irV office more than O0OO1s1ntbe- time vault supoedty fireproof and may belayed wbntbe de1 bris is cleared awz y There was 00 insurance FOR SALE One thirty H P EMF5assenger tJ mote r car fplly equipped w tbg1 i lights gen erator top wind ibieid 2 extra tires and fiull set f tools Pride 650 ultinna horizontal engi IB and in first class shape willaea fine ep gine Tor pump ng purposes 65 One Winton 150 ttouring car 20 BP t 5 p ssenger This car is in good shi pe withexcep tion of two tires vhich are bid Qther two gooct 275 One 1906 iYa e rmptorcycle 2J EJtPO nei tlkjn good shape 65 Cal on or address N G MARKS t Spiringfield Ky LEBANON LOcALS Prom The FaIcbn Miss Battle Burrice nd Mr Hugh Ncwcome a popular anid well known young uouple of tbe New Market community l werie married at tie Baptjst parson age in this city Tuesday after noon Dr A C Graves officiating Many friends wish for hebfp- ness andisuccsg Mr William 6ettesdied sud denly at his hpme below Neiy lblvofindustrious farmer 65 jeara pf age and had beea apparently in good health The funeral ser vcjs were h6ld at the Catholic church at finley Sunday morn lug and interment was at St Mathews cemetery Beceased is survived by bis wife and severalJ children The marriage of Miss Jeapette Bi klur to Mr George E Bar desty WB solemnized at St Charles church Saturday Rtv Fatber JJ J Pike oiatIigi the bride is a torijjht popular young lady a daughterof Mrs SusariBucklerot xierSt Marys The grQom is a brother of Prot F E Bard sty of this city iBo iis a promintnt Meade cou iy farmer Mr Abs Ball a eJJ kM wl farmer 56 yers of age M Uted suIcide tly hoOt1ng bfl1through the head with s ltolin a deserted field neat Chfeiifo Sunday morning Mr llwM abachelor and had bee1l iJrjwtor health jar sometime which Mdi srnImonths ibebr4i livei iJaiIl brotheriL1aw SqvIr J 8mitbtOnlagoTbrMiU1 oftde unfortutiHte nuawere in terred at Chlcgo TIe 1 Old Soldi r Terlurodiu- fferedFor years I um peakaU torture from ii digestion cotIpa tioa and liver r oiihlV otcAX iSmJIth a war eterim at Urk P1 fMfaut Dr Kinci l71fJnll zc rnall right rjra lia- Tr ea far ai 1101 k 1Hc4 IIl y iHc atliaoa roLEysnE1sisNat1a4owr ik 2jj 11411 NlEtjJft t r JflI j J lI tt11c t i i f fSIt 01 I i4MIIU1 itff F1 J 7 i High School Bude t 4tt- We are all lookIn forwhr iI ttanintt restitdbeS a tPi4 t day The su6ec4clridf trthat the United NaN rtiiiU h forttfy the Pacasit CaL Iti ItFor thgJiMtittK tojtJhe elMg fin Rhetoric pas bee YeUttiiMr ff j Stories whichthyrs riqi4i4 toreadfroatdiytO 4 r ltlL j inicelsi triesid hi youth had ezep rh S 11d iIfi midJaU f 0 Geartr bu bw 4kv w jti trOlliaA cud toWM js IIf Itt tt1forI 1I Jt conteat in the rAAt1 f t The H1IIC asrs froMtbe lois of Cie or wite JNMl upth slepiv viA tijtliteij r fttS- pringtii t ankleTiia ti of e Ij illli J JDi1E1J wy 1S 81 Iif viCtim but tiilW iialVM fifqn Charley Mh 4 ft u g f4 at 51 t 10rRoeoudJwlebi4 r I haabiwchdaXoiii tWif It s 4Ei It ftlt 13 t lIi T o1 Crab Orcstg i rr V Mt JohS t the best know erfrau t stock traers1e tMtfe i if Jlasi S if urdy meejw rampr including the boUl baildiep UMI Keeley Creszi174aertI ta4 t w the jHice paw Wia r jp00 f j caabMr Willis DM H iMrj f nsfer OfhBitei neort IrrIf number of vr awl yettops M i and hisioyife kDtnrtpupIs jti t f inthe Sitethai ay MlMc oo4 j r pIe asthv yK i son who hees a 1 at the Sprier iiac e agement Mr RobeHeoe spiHS t nearly all o l el samster e4 i t i no e4reeort aW Itli o coaifINI i ly in toys witfc klM ptftjse ibe4 If I purcamdit ItidthMi thh i baildinf s oa tW ge4l2OOOOandtbeiw p will fJlher ipt f fytbeM Ii Ii ieberUali f c aoie that the two JOBJM Of D1y2 J t Brsech i4t1 MoM sadkM ttt a Il ball boSh rj i Jr 1ndMid Iei bbe bbIi4 l j jJ a difi ala boJh1 W 4b l t lQreberii mbsNi m v j yI oraihhcstJob j EioSiL a f 1 i Eai izt scwai aII O1f J i if I t L1 1Vt lI l eIatr poet oee JinSmit wiibool uv Ja ID tltfpiei f fJT eaetsisNJl IT lf yes pa fl Vslee4 cM4 i lI1ss YOl wIIP AaskIib7OUiefld aJ4 In o ppskico1r J fI4j4stool t Pl6BIDeph 67 RoobN terNYS r L 7 1E1NIWS4IAM pR1NspaLDKY 1 L 1or iIi b1IIbI- rsLkd TT I i TTT flU 9 1q11 o O uehrec fff Iie ol H coy W f of b wraws1ko tH f OsrrI1YiPs fr iJ 0 IMaiAt U1 iainos for W o1ibsMs7d i itbiasto b iitti IM WtMikl bye mss W 1w TO M M UN Ct1ir And kitC ail we tIo ta4bher are IgeM who wW iM avjtbin tto stefc IhoMrwhom tiJMf are ftgflhMt we dp ot dembt but Hw b6M wmr Iobo did tt iaios prijdoe- xrr aaos B bat Ifiby dM TT M his Ms ItJoiot haVe ft Wich- i i iJotini withdrawal a t1N b IIai fin Mptf lIjraicDiKjHMkinf lik pouI I Mr JotMMwo in bk t pof 1Uwatt MJTI 0 t aUMipte ws de to sxeSach Pr jU a MTiart hiEla the Fourth JM was a cnthdat- esr 5 ss We think thai riu1t ii Uaat race demon u1d that tfe people of this isar1 abort such an ape Pl aoi w belte e bad Mr IJ ejghsnoa cpntiEiaed tn the race thlrt wol4l bavt been ft lke iiJ1t La tbekty4M tiN rtaliied from the tondogsandus ed to in dkjMMlf 7 ptrMMM haying aheep i HUhMlWM ikorf tham gufficwnV td Itajrthckxwwofiactyekvr How i f N rfcttl ii rate the dogs nave jMffiiii to destroy theist this year kkoka as if it oild tall short Jit pr MPt year as quite iiiiiDetofpeDOUbae been 2 hiMYykxMr Mlreadj In th Pleas a54 Grove neighborhoodi there 4rotMMre worthless ours Jihr killed many valuable M if for laraaers in that section Ifbt aay sheep are killed the awqIrKthe owneror person t bi ff sbody of them to report afcoae aad within twenty four hofrs td tha useitrste in whose itktrwt th sheep are located jLadT to ake the proper aiUaVlt before any claim can be if4f And for the benefit oft tjboii who iferauch losses the ktyirtaaoe of attending to the Miter at OC after the loss i I JkjJOTired cannot be to strong lyirsdipotbern V ThvDt ocrati State Bxecu tT fccwBHaittee at itsmeeiin Iin IjOufi YiU last Saturday coptra jtTtQ tlM l rlt expressed will de J cidti io iodide the Senatorialj j ro4 ia the comiog primary We ani ilK that the committee ViTt take it into their heads to iov M Mflibl thing intbis t iattW MM have alt Democraticj t caifttM nominated in thef 1 Ji t ifi J tf y I VlCiscAMie Qo Iag returned I tolwr oie in tiouisville after a MarfaMii Mary Hope Carpenter bt4ad Ifr Johtt Njckles of Perryr filJ1 v sitea here lust week yrl iwilh her sister Mrs W 11j tdi Leacbman 1ttJ I Martin and Miss Addle Cox spw i one day last wfeek with Mr Leroy Reed iMMars Will and GrOVer Stigall of Perry ville attended the sale Of t6 llate W T Sdafl Hatur ltjf Blandof redrickstown tat Monday night i with Mr JofcM Grigsby Jlr Bob Jeffries spent several days with his parents in Spring fteM llast we k KILL THE GERMS tUfthe Only Way to Cure Dandruff ami Parisian Sageth I the OIyKill1n Priin Sage soaks Into the scalp udwhenit reaches the roots of ie fadritnbt only kills every dandruff ri but it supplies the hair with just tbt right kind of nourishment to put yIp and strength into it and make it row Parisian Sage Is the mist delightful hair drser in the world and is not tticky or greasy Use it one week and yoo will never Pari8i Sage tJIadon it Willett to stop falling hair to cure dandruff keep hair from fading to stopitchingof the scalp or money bftek Price 60 cents a largo bottle Okevery bottle 1tt Croakes 1 i I Tbis place is situated on the LN Springfield ten miIedand Louisville is forty cine miles and is a wideawake station We have been getting off in the night in the cold the snow and and the rain or flag the train in the bitter cold We have croak d over this some are still croak ling and even frogs croaked Aa agent is to co et9 Croakes We will have a train to Louis ule in the morning and to Springfied in the evening we will also run a freight tram The agent is to be the new Post Master and will do undo Sams bidding will distribute pills or billit doux to whonvthey belong On the oqtsideouragentI raifite hogs sell coal and buy wool Should you not have the ready cash he will weigh yoUr Wool and sell yojo a ticket as far as the wool gfes And now when we say goodS by tis more than words prayer we do not part who flo J part thus for we have an agent here A Visitor EczemaCure r a Beajity wash Although D D D Prescrip k tion has been recognized for I years as the one remedy for Eczema Psoriasis and all other forms of skin disease it is noV othar1washbeauty specialists that cata com pare with this mild liquid for cleansing the skin of pimples blatkneads rash and all similar skin affections For this reason alone a bottle ofDDDshould be kept on hand inI very household A trial 2Ej cent bottle will show you the merits of this great remedy as a compleciion wash D D Do seems to remove the cause whatever the trouble maybe cleansing the skin and leav ing it as soft as smooth an d blear as1 that of a healthy child Get a 25c bottle today an keep it intbe house Haydon Robe tEpn Valley HilL Mrs S J Montgomery aod children of Pleasant Grove spent one day last week with her parents of this place Misses Nellie and Susie Scifrea have returned to their home at tives ajWoodlawaat tois place MsJ 0 Harmon spebt tbej that of the week in Lebanon 14r JeffGoatleywasinSpring field Monday Miss Imogene Goatley spent l1ttat week with Miss Pearl Goat ley j Missies Midge and B Lair still continue the guests sie their sister Mrs TOTatum Ersttilerri Tatum spent Stu3daYwifh Mr T o TatuFandfa Miss Mattie M dreurtamect e euchre club last Tl ursday ight Mr SP Derringer of Spring field wasinltbisLv on day t ieindlM THE HENPECkED CUB Queer Methods ofa Queerjfociety In Lancashire England Of nfl the queer Clufis exist io world you will find e of ueereat In Lancashire tinnd Qn N t these Is called the Hen clib- s JA the title Indicates Its bers fir aU males and you can come acrosp a club In almost every LnricasJJre tolwn t any size The meetings are held ask rule in some bar parlor and the dlscusslpns are nBout members and dften ron members who have the reputation 61 being henpecked When evidence has been brought to show that a particular man baa allowed hImself to come un dcr his wifes thumb they tax him tlth t In the place of meeting The pifesl ent delivers a lecture on the dagger of a husband permitting his wife tc usurp his position as mister and when the others have indorsed his remarks the person to whom thO speeches are Addressed is warned that if be con tluues to stand the henpecking ho will be made the subject of a demonstra tion The announcement that a henpeck ed club demonstration to take place- sI received In the district with mixed feelings The men applaud it and the llocal police recalling similar displays that led to trouble become a Jlttie anxious On the evening appointed the members of the club meet at a public house where they arm themselves with all kinds of household playJers or a tin whistle band they start out and march along the crowded streets of the district One man carries a broom another a swabn third a shovel or a coal Scuttle or a fender or a poker Firb tongs blac ana urus11 i washtubs buckets everything cacti In the home inj tact Is carried shouldc high As they march along tothe music In front snd the dlstortfant clanging1 of their baggage they jslng snatches of songs in which the name of the victim oc UrJ ofteji The mission of the verses which have bee specially compose for the occasion by a local poet l3 tp hold up the henpecked one to ridicule the rea for the demonstrators bearing the goods being bf course to 1son n d him that bavjng fallen under government ho wilt quickly become the slaveyj When they reac the cottage where their victim resides they form a circlE In frqnt of the door and slug and clang their fencers and coal scuttles more loudly than ever thd man Insido la invoked by the president duting a halt In the pro gram to be a man and Join his upolfhtthing else he does their bidding and they reform and march to beadquar- Jers with him at their head Usually however his wife appears instead with a bucket of soapy water whet she promptly throws over the demon strators or she quickly pauses a clear ance with a hose pipe To the onlooker it is just an exblbi lion for laughter and nothing more but behind the scenes there Is general Jjr ftJot of trouble and heartnchlng A gOod number of thesjet henpecked demonstrations have sequejsin police courts Sometimes It is an enragad victim being charged with assaulting a demonstrator but more often than not the sequel shows n wlfo appealing td the magistrate for a separation 0rLondont TltBlta HairaThe reasbn that some womens hair Is so thin Is because they never give the air a chance to get at the scalp tspecjallywlththe number of rats worn inowffdays Buteven If you do not n1sunnlnglitIt Is posJ liYdpr hair needs such a treattnent and so does your scalp for nourishment3flikely 0 dry and lustoriess Takp an the hair thettIt then seat yourself In a comfortable scat by the window through which the sun is streaming Toss the hair about from time to time and massage the scalp to get the glands working properly Part the hair In different places scalppbIf not half an hour Is better than none i ItIt m GIRL ffBIENDS f Mark Twain Deal Loved Chil t dren as Playmates THE ANGEL FI HHSOCl A Delightful and Toufehlng Story A Little Margaret Onrof Iti Members and the Genial Humorist A Pretty COmpact and a Quaint Leiter runny anolber great man MaTh ILike was fond of children He never childhood and he always chose young playmates where they were to be found HQ formed curious societies of these girl friends Back In the nineties when be was livIng In Europe he created t iclub which was to consist of one onlyione glrttIn each country of the globe the duty of said tQtrepliedtosages pf course thes llttlei girls were swept Into wornatshot1 even to the Just Jyeaife of tys FranceImember who signed liersclli remained faithful to the law Another club of girls llttlje girls be duringhlsothjrrcquentIslbcalled the Angell l1 sh club after nndhepin as a society bad e It was a sue cessful club and dn his return to America he elected other members enough to make two1velnalL His home at Redfdjrig Coin Storm field had been originally named In nocence at Home fljnd as iAngel Fish headquarters Innocence nome H always remained l emberg with their parents visited 1m there fand the bit hard room where khe fishes were likely to spend most of their time knocking the balls about under the chief members Instruction was called the Aquarium anil gay prints of many Bermuda flabUs wercj bung along the waljs to carry ut the jldenEach member had the pr ivllege iof selecting One of these as h tr patron fish and of Identifying It with licr name betwnslheplCk1eJdcllcatcly hinged i sepa- rtittqlit undlIn 0 d tbelhCflIe n half IYou will LeJ mo pretty soon Inrzi ret li 1 said and jrroxvlhj up andl wont Jcnow you any more shrill een great mnny Margarets npd tic and then quo o tthem will say 8hes my Margaret but will say No yit ji resemble my Margaret but yonae bigger thanmy Margaret anil l Iit be surq Then I will take out ihifMheU and I wtltsay If you are reilIiniy Margaret you 811ellnndt has the shell anil lIt tits I shall know thatt it Is really my Margaret tio mat ter bow many yejrrs Iinyegone by or1 how much older sin lists grown All this he sail very gravely and little girl took the antI promised to enntcstYlhdth iNet morning when up to meet him on he hotel e be looked at her1 questioningly I iIYou look Margaret he surd but I cant bo nilJe If you are really myMargaret vlll have a shell J gave her once e mate to this one He got no further The promptly producd t and nctly He rctiir led to tnl1smunrnKI somewhat later Trgare letter one of tijllrettylettersbe was always writing o children In It hp said i I am nhvaysT1 iklnc mistakes I was In New Yolik six weeks ago Was on a corner of Jftli avenue and saw d email big onestart across from girlnotrnl corner and I exolalhi ed to rnyeit jotruJlY That Is certainly my Margaret pq J rushed tp react her But as sho camp hearer I began to doubt and said to myself Its a Margaret that Is plain enough but Im half afraid It Is somebody elses So when I passed her held myhell do she couldnt help but seo It Dear only glanced at It and passed on I wortdered It she could have Overlooked It It Seemed best to find quI eo I turned and fallowed and caught tip With her and f4Id deferentially Dear miss I already know your first name by splndteJUnirvexed and sald1 pretty sharply IVn Douglas youre so anxious to know I know Your nard by your looks and Id advlsfr you to sbbt yourself up with pen and Ink and write some more rubbish I am surprised tflat ther you to ru at large you ate lll elj to get run over by a baby carrlako any ImoRlln along now and dont let the co vsblto you What an Idel Therearen any cows on Fifth avenuel But I dldnj smite IiJ didnt let bn towercelvd how uncultured she wag She alt fro the country o course and aldnJ knovJ what a comma plunder slje wtfsmaklntf llnrgaret vfth hcrt mother caHjcI Wlieh they ret lnnl irl Imnrlnn the capds FPrpTVB11 t blm be look vdl at her nnwsald Well the QDpt1yber name eeems famIliar but I aQt bo sure Its oy Margaret vUbout cc JntqkeQ which sJioUj supposed to carry nf Oi proof Tbqi hell c me up without delay He too the two halves now to a Jeweler and bad th m set In gold as charms One of times j Margaret wore on a ribbons a tout T neck and tlid Other be linked to lils watclv chain where It rerun ned tlbe died What aWecfr fnnwItdI viqt r rtIk L ttiL1 14 4 s lo y i3tJi iI1 1 f1 1 PLOTEB t jjlliiit i dt 1 i mlJi r i e lOOSE LEAF WABEBOH rtI 7r 1 t1 t v SPRINGFIELD EYa f f J iI t ti Tandy Quisenbeppy Sc Co Ppoprs fi f f i t t4Dai1t f J 1 House fe Hear The Depot if IIJl t r i 14 iisOme of bus is 0I your ess respectfully solicitedand yout jitrg 4dll 1 t be taken care ofso as to realize best prices for your tobacco i idtlti i tollij r rI fr + + + + + + + +kirHf spent the lost montIis of IsIs lire in Bermuda In the home ot one of bix angel fish Helen Allen c1augiter oL tliis American vice consul there She was his daily companion and it wfll be her lifelong happy memory that she brightened and comforted his final Jays Albert BIgelow Paine in Ladles World GOETHE 0J HAMLET The Great German Poet Analysts ef the Melancfioly Dana Figure to yourself this yoUth this sour of princes conceive him vividly liming his state before your eyes and then observe him when he learns hat Ills fathers spirit walks Stand be nightwhenover him A horrid shudder passes over him he speaks to the mysterious form he sees It beckon fohlm bp fofc lows it and bears The fearful accn sixtlon of his uncle rings 4n his ears the summons to revenge and the pierc lag oft repeated prayer Remember me Ajid when the ghost has vanished who Is It that stands before usAyoung hero panting for vengeance 1 No Trouble pjid astonishment take hold of the Kplltary young gllln HP grows bitter tagalnst smiling villains swears that he will not forget the spirit and conrludos with the signlfl cant ejaculatIon spiteTlstIn these words I Imagine wilt be fqiiml the kty to Hamlets wholp pro cedure TpI The it Is clear tbatShake Pre meant In thp present case to represent the pffectB of a great iic lon laid upon thp soul unfit for tbt per ormaucp of ILlu this view the icuftje piece seems to be composea TJiirf tIs an oak we planted Iqa cost ly Jnr whlcli should have borne only pleasant flowers in its bosom jhc roots expand the j rls shivered From Wllhelra Mpister SACKING A THEATER Tribulations of the Drama In New York lii 1765 Here Is an account of the sacking of a tliPAter In New York from the Gazette of May 3 ITtKi The play advertised to be acted Jut Mondayevening having given offqnse to sundry jmd divers Inhabitants of this city who thought ft hjiyliiy Im proper that such entertainmentst should bo exhibited at this time of pqbllc dls t tress when great numbers of poor peo pie can settle find means of subsist Once whereby many persons might be tempted fofieglect their business and squander that money which Is neces sary to the payment of their debts and the support of their families a rumor wos spread about the town that If the play went on the audience would meet With some disturbance from the multi tude This prevented the greatest part of thereIcame and tho play was begun but soon interrupted by the multitude who burst open the doors and entered with noise anti tumult rue audience caned In the best manner they could Moos lost their hats tml Trther articles of l lmcnt A boy hail bin skull frac tured nnd was yesterday trepanned Ponth Is his Several others were sorely set upon and Injured But we board of ins lives lost The multitude Immediately demolished the house ear tied the pieces to the common wbre they consumed them In a bonfire tiocrraCiv inaustry always Tratei the same road wIsh enjoyment and duty and progress is altogether 1m possible without It Bnmuol SniPes SPHERICITY OF THE EiUiT Parallax Bet gliitIt and He Lost His Wager The stralghtest canal In the world Is in England and runs from Erltb in Cambrldgesblre to Denvers Sluice Hthatwas conducted to prove the jspherlclty of the earth At that time says High ways dad Byways In Cambridgeshire a deluded gentjleman who caljed him self Parallax obsessed jrlth tht notion that the globe was a pat disk and used to go lecturing wi h great vigor on the subject After these lee tures he Invited questions jipne of beUetWhenqsked the hull of a ship disappear belowdoeIhorizon while the pasts remain 1bleT he would answer Because the Ipwest stratum of air is the densest and therefore soonest conceals object seen through it Finally he shOwed l his wholehearted belief In his absurd views by laying n heavy wager that n9 one Tvojild disprove them The stakes were Seposlted In the Trands of judges arid the trial under agreed conditions tookplace upon the ew river as part of the canal is called Three boats were moored three miles apart each equnjbeighLcentral irpss would appear above the othCt tl to n obsefver looking through Ji I te scope leveled from the crosstree of the boat atelthbr end if It was flat 1igdid see them so lint the Judges unanl mowl decided againstthlmnnd the poor man lost ate money Were All Actors Mme Alexandria Vlnrda the Polish tragedienne once propounded the fol towing maptoNor he Isjn6ta tailor Ask another toBtop tbejaucetfrom leaking lip hesnotva plumber Qr another to do a bit of cabinet work r i ncarpenterDllt 1 prvall PlnYlinnePlnYli mind W us call theLIgnomlnyof the Tfrtuous Is not entirely cdnflned to boys of nine years I have seen grown men and women bejug accused of saintlIness orer whose faces passed an expression of mortification They would acccpmt with mOre complacency the tribute tthat they were getting to be devils in their sold ago Atlantic iLack of Tact That man is about the most tact less person I have ever known 1 agree wIlls toiv1 lie would have no more scnsp than tp ziti n barber to inibscrltjo to fund fortho utpose of providing a raonifnient t6r tthe inven tor of the saiCctyt razor Chicago lIce ordHcrnld She Knew Her Dd Sn ltUcrs DI jou Ito ra y De Who hits n lion tixpll SbeYCs I sue pect t old Brown lists Smlthers Why ShenVioll impi Krffl him one yester dni London Pinch NotHcmmd Defending CouU bl to witness in isanlagaeXryit married W- itnotcoi i wait knocked down by c cnbamstl ucok5 i f I i j J i t t 69ILjIi Tlr Bread We 13a11tIf I fre It Every Day and or tshop II lWays i l I JII L Fre Pies 3 Cakesaild Ro1ISi I jji1 jj1i i r 1 IGweusacajL t llFITZGERALD HERTLIEL fj 1I1t A Bullet toppa itto u t1 I AIvYed dCj Jlnssct the poet and dramatist wai almost as fond of chess as of poetry He played nearly every night at Cafe de la Kegence and even the ije olption of Pebrnory 1848 did not divert him from his habit He turned up tfs usual anaV finding noonejthere to play with in slsted that the waiter should makS a game for hmm The waiter did so though a fusillade was raging in the street outside und all went well until a musket bull it smashed a mirror in immcdldte pr ixlmlty to the board Musset wos f nilpUB to continue In splte jiftho Interruption but his tp rfent would not With monsieurs lIlon bs saidwewilI adjqurn 0 game until after the republlchar nllroclnlmi diJtr1sQauIQisIipe Sent mental Juries Maitre Hem 1 Robert the most tirtjt moan advocate in criminal cases at the Vans barMtc Id an audience almost entirely ccomp sod of ladles th Jjeforf atty jury a woman with home youth some looks An lxa pretty vote has fifO chances out rf a hundred of being acquitted wh ireas a nina would havt onlt one If she knows how to shed teafVat tbq right moment shq neec not worryyia verdict of not guilty a dead qertal tyParI3etter J t i A ogues Gallery You knotlMrs Van GUd rsfUn J flitf Yes J Well that great criminal detective office who rded the wedding presents Tjhen Fr sHoyan Gilder married the oldest DC Graft boy tQlfJrie tiigt he recogni ct seven of the portraits and they hud done ilme whatever that means Clefelrftod Plain pealer tos of Wealth Then wen th doesnt bring hnppl 1ntssrIINo Fine e we inherited mouer my peopledtt want irio to loaf In the grocery Anirl cant get ntf oooifocf oqt a lonflrj in a bank ThInare too sho4Pittabnrg Post o DEADLY M1ESGAESj f 1 Their Action Ufwo Uke flwn J itSafety LaM T12e safety Iat1 eavyaetaL tern shaped object with a ci AtM tlilightsafely cartleti tit a gaseesalJ The lamps are lit tOitMTJ taken Into the mine and ip Mii are securely c dt1tatIN cci = iIiiopenOver a smSlIIsooty rthtowi Jki 4 which gives a light less brlk jtliwiV that of an ordinary ctadle art ttiwire gauze cones fitUasesly te ithI i air which supports it T eptw Mf er block damp or carboa tl1oXWt4ct easily be detected if not by Jt Ose b idtmi tiny quantity Is Jteajly extIIh44White damps the bighly explesjna jjap which is iKott fwired hu ttiother band a totally dHTerentJ tecC 4 In the presence pt tatsptll Up c Iof the safety laap b cp Mii 9fi 1jond as Uw e siww stro4tUfc flame seems to separate frop thfe wk and in almost t yls4bte tla e atkkILttflitis flte4f e k ifttl h wtu t ab there are aiM jNtrt it tic to ft ptgas the expeLve alxtpre ad Ufa Mmp will fa tantly Kfister tlpfc Mk rplolve condition by SviiHwi enili tJtJfgulsb1nglamp the expiostett JIp ted fry 1M fibmeW01Iic181f tohout te4tire worklnifs cwrjtac M jh aid4structloa before X b tlt b rttht 4 4 struclloH Qt tile Mt Imp tMtif1105 ion confines iItMiM tS tfceJJmt Iarea WithIn tie gtutm Jn4 Ies the lamp ffiorvd 41111411 ttitt the name Is dragged throg h tk aiiw at the instant that the expl iiw m curs within the lsk It win K lrlead beyond tbe taajft AtlaB Ju t r u i t rt j of f iWAhiTON ZQF4 I- cr Loose Leaf Tobacco Sales DailyQood Light and Largest Baies FlooriJI Jt1 r ii Plenty tof Shed and Stalls FREE5I rttf UE tI f r4rI 111 WRITE OR P tori Eb i 151obetT Bohartriaflr N D U A 1 Ut 11 J + t o m w JJii I 211 rF 1w r zw p rw w f jit I VIBUITON i RSDtNTDNTTc if ii SrnTp4 trT PAIN e L ci 1J1iMMPs- r PBIGI1L xt feui IWirk Strictly 1 j t FttMcls Ij J i rR J C MVDD f j p1f iSIrIMI k1f OttM bo rs 8 to 9 am patk oo BsY4O 1vPkx J LiLumMI 4ct II a IUK p i t4 LJn ac lle II Ti W J LJ W F GR LOS BY 1 rr ATTON1ATL4Wif ir I44I tiI pflrxLD Jt- Yt J JljIDr iW HYATT oover teiCroM Pfi olI Hyatt 10 0 t to 12 a 4 to 5 PB yJikk r MN YUlYF E1IIEII1 uiKtTOR- AU F t LICENSED IMlllME8 r CTT4 IilJPllIIMI 1m t1Mtt1n n iRs F TRUSTY PRACTICAL I ttfENTIST1 f Oic4 over Hafdon Barber t t J atel iroric at reasonable prices f f111 fJ 1i1r PRINGFIELD KY 1 ilSCillleiWiowi E iisitime schedule aoitftect the BardsjtOwn u8prInAeL braich railroatf M9 4l Le YW Louisville at lOp m Bariitown Jnnctioh V122 p ja j gardstOwn 6f6 p B rriYM at Springfield tf55 p m No 42 Leaves Spriagfield at ttfOjlli JB Bar4town 645 a m Bardrtdwtt ji ctioa 730 mIanvM at LomisYille 820 a m No 43 LckTfi Louisville al 720 jl Bardstown Junction ii55 a Ij JBardatowa 1005 a m L iiirivi at SpriBf ld 1140 p m Nb 44 teaVH Spriogtield at 100 pm j Bar town 220 p m j vEMr town Junction 410 p mt S arrirtf at ixxiisville 545 pi1 rSolves p Deep Mystery iiJ ipranttb thank yo from the bpt tp say eatiot C BKader of I wloorcWYuforthewpn derful doable beHefitI got from Elec- ir trie Bitters la ipnrin taeirof both a I r aevere case of stotiach trouble and of rhetmatlttti from which I had beian almost Helplof lufferer for 0years It ultedmy case as fi thohmade juitpr ae77 For dy r 1ptp1a iidIgeito Jaahdice and to rid the system ofikldaeypolsions that cause rheumatism Electric Bitters has up equal Try them every bot tie Is gyar ateed iq atisfy Only SOcat Hay don Robertsonst Pure bred S C B Leghorn 7 Cockeresllr5c euch J cPtnleyB Springfield 1ThomponI rll o b i TOWN 06uriVIIUCJ tirrr iHlft ti D L cal Happenings or Interest II- neFrhiad Latest i ARAbtYRisi1T Frltnds m4 Acquaintances II iIIIIIFJUrllMM Ifoft SALK1 Poland China I pw and six pigs W M DERRINGER FOR 8Abii horse buggy and hiraefei r Rite Clements FoK 200 odrcldbTwfafc CaL Brady WrErA1co NO 1 gOOd lo cut posts Phone 1265 PlJ Barber Nswf Spring waists both tail ored and fancy Sea mat Mrg Williams FOR SALEOne good broOd- mare and 1 good work horse mule SM f y ArFOR SALE Square piano Reason for selling is lack of room lot it Apply at this office A few good young Dar c boars for sale if taken imnaedi Lately PS BARBER- r r Springfield Ky FOR SAL4OO bushels of nice Orchard Grass Seed at 160 per bushel Call at once L A Burns Mr Connor Williams had the stepsaiseverely spraining his ankle FOR SALEiA few fine M B tturkey8 Mrs B A Mclntire E 2 FOR SALE A large gnanity of Orchard Grass seeclv A B Walker When ordering groceries dont forget to order White Rose Or Ben Johnson flour Every sack guaranteed Dont fall to attend the 6th an nual horse sale to be held at Springfield Saturday Feb 25 1911 FOR SALE Rubber tire Stan hope in good condition New tires1t summer Apply at this office BORN To Mr and Mrs El E Buster at Harrodsburg a flOe daughter Mrs Buster was formerly Miss Sadie Mayes of this place Pro Griffith gave a series of Shakesperean readings at St Catharines two days oflast week Prof Griffith devotes his time to Riving his readings in colleges phisi ters in Shahespear Marriage license was issued this week by county clerk W F andiStellaB B Baker To Mr Willie Arvin Young a son of Mr JEL B Youug and Miss Dcckie Arnold a daughter of MrJ o Arnold To Mr Litsey Hardin and Miss tusyHardln Rev Pat Davis has been con ducting revival at the Metho dist church during the present week He is a very eloquent and pleasing speaker and is having large crowds to hear him 1He is a man of much experience TO PICSfii- MMMMHM f thexITee tracted With f out PAIN or tDANGER No charges whenplatesii j ifDoneif vertlsed IySTitlARD D DS II- SprlRftfleld iiI Ky MHPI in conducting Reyivals and is a wonderful judge of human na ture FOR SALE 5 brood sows due farrow Maxchlst1i WbG rnnd- ySTRzEDA liver and white bintdog with plain leather colar ph Any information will be te warded by So P Derringer 1 have now at my stable in Springfield my first bunch pi horses and mares work and family horses 20 per cent cheap er than lastYear 5YON PARKS Fou SALE 5 thoroughbred Bronze Turkey Gobblers as good as y ucan findanywhere Also Indian Runner duck eggs 50 cOntaa setting JF KEENS r rf 5 c The sale of the land arid per sonalty of the Jate W T Stigall on last Saturday was well attend edandall personal property sold high The farm of 103110acres was purchased by Mrs Nancy i Stigdll at 89 50 per acre Report of MacUvilie Public s1irgFebruaryNo enrolltidT i 124 Highest any one day 10- 0Averagefor month 02 Every department ii ia pros pe rious condition and d bmg good work J H Moore P incipal Minstrel Shovy The Bardstown Coh red Mins trelwillshow at the 0 er House tonight The troop iis making tour of the State and is meeting with splendid success There will be good music singing and dancing i Satterly Mr John W Satterly died at bis home near Tatham Springs on last Tuesday and as buried at Rockbridge yesten ay Mr Satterly was 6 years of age tfnda highly hpnored and respected citizen and in bis death his community ihas suffered a distinct loss Beiiis survived by his wife and sever 1 children Change In BulineIThia week witJnesseSd a change i in one of the oldest established business places in toWn when Mr George Mulligan purchased a onehalf interest in the JVA Shade grocery The stOre has always en joyedi large patronage and will continue to thrive as the new member jS a man who ha had experience in the grocery business For several months past bhe sturq ihas nten cdnducteU by MissGdUijrudeSba der itiV Horse Sale f Forty or fif tv hordes have al ready been entered fot the borue sale to beheld atBobiijb s Stable February 25th For ny Infor nation as to the sale ajply to R C Boblitt or S MflpbellT- obaccdBarn kiiniil The large tobacco lbarn 0n the farm of Mr JeroniS Ejrown burned on last Mony night The barn was being td by Mr Erastus Holiday w buying tobacco as E p1aC t store it hISIS At the time of the j v as 01Ii par i The origin ofthefiresknOWi- 1ToMeetHere The Live Stock Sa iU ry Bpd of Kentucky win feet t the Court Bouse in Springfield on Wednesday February 15 Mr M 0 Rankin Chairpan of the Board asks that IhefLive Stork Inspectors of adjoining counties and also the members ot the Fiscal Court be present t Mr A J Payne Live Stobk Inspector will be present and will report the things he has earn d from his trips through infected terri tories ot the State i It is claimed that this county is one of the m rst iui the State and the Sanitary Bojrd wiLl use its best efforts tQ epadiciite the disease Of cour b they are powerless to wort effectively unless they secure the c operation of the public and it is to the interest of eyery sheep raiser to attend this meeting and lend his cooperation tQ the Eradication of this disease which has caused a quarantine to be placed onKentuckysheep Now is the acceptable timei for every sheep raiser to manifest his in terest and sliow that he is inter ested in having the Federalquar antine raised and ipromoie this great industry It tneans better pries for sheep au4j lambs and more money for tha farmers Kno Clements 1 Mr Joseph tt Elements and Mists Willy Knott w reunited in marriage at 5130 Oclock this morning at St Dominics church by ReV Fattier fle nessy The attendants were Messrs L B Cain and J Jrvioe Wimsatt The wedding marph was ren ed bv Miss Katie JCajn on the organ This is one of the happiest and well mated unionsit has been our pleasure to chronicle for some time Both ire members 01014and honored families of the county and tand high in public estimation The groom is a sbh ofMrsE S Clements and i if one of the countys most popular farmers and business men while his bride 4is a daughter of Mrs Janie Willett and las foijeeyerai yearsbeen ngagdin the mull nery business in this city and enjoys a large acqufntance In her public businesl by iher kind and generous mam ber slje won the admiration an esteem of all herpatr nstt Mr and Mrs Clements left on the morning train for a bridal trip after which tliey will be at home in Springfieldi Bodine Mr LoveBodiqe died at his home iin Nelson county on iasv Tuesday and vas buried att Bloomfield today at 11 oclock Ha leaves a wife and two children M r Bodine was related to u pc T i iii- I i JI iiii t II 1 i I ItX OUR SPECIAL1 f I ANNUAL WHITE GOODS SAtE 1 ftOE White Goods Laces Embroideries Lace Curtains Shirt Waistsr1 t w and Unens Table Linens Towels Crashes and J1any other f titt heldIj r Ij J Jy 1 I f 1F 2 It T Wednesdayy Thursday Friday and SaturdaYip i9itfltil j 1t FEBRUARY 8t 9 1C 6 itf 1 f t I i1 ThiMMi goodt will be sold for CASH at a Great Reduction fJ1 Mk4 GRUNDY Q MclNTIRE I t I1 Lt IITI I gtritn a number of bergonsin thisi county Hay don Mr Miles Hay Ion died suddenly at his home near Polin on last Saturday mo ning While Mr Hijydon had E Jen in failing health for some ti me nis death unexpected He was 61 Of age and a lifelong resi f the county Ho was a son of the late Austin Haydon and his mother was a Hardesty being a sister oft elate William Hardesty When a young man he was married to a Miss Pink ston who with se eral children survives Mr fHa y don was ever an industrious and upright cifcii zen attending striztly to his own business and molesting no one Funeral services were copj ducted Sunday afternoon at Mt Zion cemetery Lawrence Mr Gee 0 Lathe rrence died at home of bisbr other Mr Bye Lawrence near Mackvjille on Wednesday flight of last week and was buried with Masonic hdnorshn Cetnete y Bill Thurs day afternoon Mr Lawrence was a son of Dave and Francis Lawreqce and was born in this c untv in MaI1844 He was twice niarried the that time to Mis Julia Ann Elli ott and the seconc time to Miss Sudie McMuller He bEd eightj children by his first wife three4 pf whom sirvive Messrs Ed Mandville and Marcus Lawrence of this county leis also survived by his second wife No man was per aps better or more favorably known in theI rence1HeSurgeon and practiced inthis and adjoining cot nties for many years He was s rictlv honora ble and generous and was highly respected by rna y friends Tucker Mrs John A Fucker passed away at her hone near Freder ickstpwn 6 1911 The re conducted MonaaIFauruary s at New afte noon interred In the church yard bt side tbose of her daughter who died two months ago Mrs Tuckpr had been an invalid for fire years and herd at hbadbeep expected forj some time Sbe was a patient sufferer and though death was a release it was hard for her loved ones to give her up She possessed the Christian cnaracter to a perfection that is attained by few refined gentle womanly considerate of every ones happiness dispensing to all who came to her home that fine hospitality gracious cordial sincere which made iit pleasure indeed to be in her presence These memories of her will lin ger longinthe hearts of her family and friends a bright1 ntarnisbed legacy that leads to the highorthings Two deaths occurring so close in the same family is an unusual bereavement and the sympathy of the cOmmunity goes out to theI afflicted ones C H To The Public JYe have opened restaurant in the room under the Opera House and are prepared to furnish hotmeals at all hours day or night Oyster Stew 25c fried oysters 85o per dozen steak coffee etc 25c Give usa call 4The OwJ ERN1L SSMr Jim Tobin of Fairfield was here Monday I I t Loii1vi1leIMrs Kate Williams iis in Lou isville this week Mr Hamilton Young of Bardatown was here Monday Mr and Mrs WE Cplemar of Lebanon are visiting Mr and Mrs iP 0 Cleaver- Rev W H Williams was in Louisville Tuesday Mr Louis Spaiding and sister Miss Mildred and Mr Sylvester Russell and sister Miss Elizabeth of Lebanon attended the dance here Tuesday night Mrs T W Simms Sr and sister Miss Nancy Simms are in Louisville this week Miss Eleanor Duncan is the guest of friends in Louisville Mrs Hugh Lee Smith entertained at 500 Tuesday afternoon Mrs BjCIeaver spent Ilast week in Louisville f I Mr Heflernan Rubel of Leba non wts hero SundayI I Miss Isa Col vin spent SUnday in Bardstown aI I = 7 ferT 1 i irr 11 1 I I I Extra Spec i al 1 PricesII J r f f l o- LodiesSuits rJt 3 il II t i d I0 8iI1 I t tr 30and25SUi i go for 125a i 1 r j 20 and 18 Suite go for 10wi t J II 15 Suits go for 75Q vY ii j IitIitiif r pjf aH This Season L teSfS1 i ilI 2000 Long Coalst Ilate stYlesgOJotlO lesItIt j s 1500 LongCoats lafcsf styles go for 7 I 500This f 1 1thort i tho i II- f rG 11 1 I We are also malrtig wonderlul cuts iIn Mens I LBoys4ftr l TUESE P ICES FOR CASH ONLY rgiwf IIqITHE ROBERTSONGLflYBRQOKt INCORPORATED MG I Ii ft L Ill t A l Mr and Mrs J5 I Wimsutt off Louisville attended the Knott f Clements wedding this morning Miss Regina Ycmn of Lpjjs yule is the guest of Mrand Mrs Willard Thompson Mrs tate Williams leaves for Louisville Friday She will at tend the millinery openings neit Week Chicago and Indianapolis- Mrs Burke Blandford has accepted a position with Mrs Williams for the year and cpr dially invites her friends to call t and see her Mr H D Stiles pt bnviiie1 was in town yesterdayt t1 Mt Henry Edelen of Louisville visited Mr Greg Edelen last week Mrs Hamilton Robertson re turned from a two weeks visitto ouIsvihe MissMargaretSbader return ed from a trip California Tues day Miss Margaret JBdelen return ed from Bardstown Tuesday Tobacco Market The past week has beet one of the most active of the season on the imarket here During most of 1h2weekall the houses have been taxed to their full capacity and remarkable tara late the Ilarge amount of tobacco offered did not weaken the mar ket as the prices realized HerE generally satisfactory The Springfield House re ports We have sold iin the past week 835tOOO andthis putns past the 2000jOOO pound mark for this season MrC T Mudd sold 4310 pounds that averaged him 11 5Q Mr jfit Tarrott sold 1445 pounds that averaged him 1375 Mr W T Beam sold 1930 pounds That averaged him 1880 Mr W y Mitchell sold 2505 pounds that averaged him 1710 Mr Mauser and Mi Hourigatl sold 3265 pounds that averaged him over 18 The Planters House reports that the par jfreek Jias been the best week of the season at thu house More tobacco being sold and better prices Theorop of George Ellis of Marion county sold as follows 170lbs4 at 20 240 lbgat Y V20 90lba at u 16i 120 Ibs tit 16f 180 Ibs at1 i v7 2451Ib at 20 230 lbs Mi eo 18 In all 1275 pounds averagin 1868 rrhe Was pgton House retorts the salebf about 809000 lbs of tobacco the past Wek The marjce shows f1tefstrongon ofllcoorsteady Although nq4 unuswillT large lt6wugtht ikw is agpod time to Jsell Saturday wa tht banner day furthU yer a all warehouses as there ras about The qUUty of LaIIIp on 7otI t i iMmeIy for or aga ut tour astJlelth here J 1 t JtodrJioSOLITE OiLreaM from lelitiyurCrde 041lw1Bd Fu1lJa111 S21neeSver aisksii rodor Cot mar thE 1arJer Sssrsss Iave ioney aa well a eJ IIu1t iModglMi ne1 IZ directItkCSiiN Cln I JhHr t tit r 1 dayButinjure the price We bit a good market and good tobacco sells high Among thoswhore ceived unusually high prices Ar1 as follows Edelen Peavey 2955 lbs at 13 cents One basket selling for 21 cents which ft tht record Sterling Thompsoi soJd 2480 Ibs atJI cents QneJ basket selling for 2ot Another party sold oobuket also at 20 cents The American Tobac co Co bought both the 20 and Oiceot baskets denoting the highest price they have bid this year The indications are that the market wilt rmain gcod but tobacco incline to be high in- case should be st Id atonce We give the Jollowirig quota tions Dark Red Burley 4 ITrasbgrTrash sound 600 850 Common lugs 700 800 Good Lugs 9 09i Ili50 Opm leaf short 6OQ 800- Oomleaf 8JDOi 950 Medium leaf fl00110p dod leaf 1150 1500 Fine and selected 1800 18 50 Bright Red Barley lTrash gr or mixed 600 TOC Trash sound 900 1400 Com mon lugs jorlOOO125 dium lugs 12 QO135l tood lugse HOO 17CK Cona leaf short 850 10Q Upmmon lleaf 1100 126c Medium leaf 1200 1400 Good leal 44 1450 16JOO Fine and selected 16 00 iJl50 Saysa Twe Wvca Neither my sister nor my self might be Hying today It It had not been for Dr King New lscOerv yrltes AD McDonald of Fayettq yille N CB DUTo 8 for we both had frightful coughs tnat nootber remedy could help We were told slater had consus3pinoL She was very Weak apd hap 1itg sweat4 but your wo 1dedulIgedlolneco pfetely cured us both JtsJhe best I ever used or ierd of n For sore lunfjs cougto e dshemohagea grippe asthma hay leyer croiwpi hooplnff coagfc all bronchial 1t blesjits supreVn Trial bottle ares 60c and 100 Guaranteed By Hay don BobertaoiS t FOR SALE BARGAIN + triimakt see Waters Jr 5S4 1 = 1hThe DftUy C 4f toHaJf Price r r iIt4 Under thfs oertks Cori tI j yonalo ly through ts poMm t through cour 1fv JsS No Courier TC rJtat 4 full year willi f i rate Subscriptio asa bir furft JOt 3 Tg not leytthan foItrlor 4 longer tham eighti motiI ijN Thronglia a tcial Ctti V 5 itDanfJ j I in o i ipll1rlthD4If i Jf t 11If tI Therlnlr ol iCoUrleXouat ia50 a bJ faodLh p600 e Wv1I fSlndTbe NwaLe Er Iandfour month ioc 17 or tiwj f ITYN wiLe GeI o ysar sal t g rJollr i 4for250j This offer jibbiioUy Jir l i mOlUhof Ftbary t ifrr t 1 r p i4 hfCtIfcak aEiiai Afrff i isr 1 01Irt iI 2 TMMUQT Idast j 1 d 1iWaj wiww by iHifrrtMj C evid nce pr Mnt i to tiN mttnifu i thai bssa t ippsar 1 1iFirtXatiosl Bsek o JocaWla fee fowh of ftntOlW rKeatwky as pvsioeiohAet Sf Oiiii able NMlessI asiIC Arioto exd tlr eiss t sad for OMT PPJuly 12 im M aimadiltb Ast sp1wsyd April1J t NOW tiMT M 1 LMIJ1 JMurrmy CQai teiliiiqf tfci crew1 JtMJJfttionatkeToWJiof Spi M s oIJI l Of Wnalstos s I tautMd rled is i Apf of eatiOllj sss tfhuUkSM oitJssr1t 1c ff t Ill li 4seJ1iIeI w iatj wttI IAwOWPyu tf caanolfo mt Old- IE I 1rte In4a u4 JIY5j j L L 4 ts N- Ht X1git J4t4te UIm rI hU TWJ hr M lj p mi Try them for any itoniach Ihrer or kdn trouble Out 25cUt Haydan nQlerUot 22i r jr ir I r ii j L t AFigbtonc I W1et I u a1 llM LI JIOSjj r LrcLri INS br Sd 7 k Itat t JTbAalIIeslL p cMSI et6l1 t ttk PtIf4 a t WI XIsibM eiqIJt t r caIIiaJeJfM Make It wort wi to tMeport M b 4o4 o bithe 40t eE Brttfeh enUMTf decided 4 t ItMr till of J1 yae lwtakIII d u jsgItd a fHrfcy later w f tMflf Jw t ti- kHtfaxJf W It b kaowi what Was to bs muet the Eaglish A umje ijipifl 9 tPg1et captain j I ads4to w capatats 1 4ont ftIe flag I thefI t bi ary bt iftwrtMl to get r afMtMai wife wbowaatetlto t vet ia taa W up with er Tkw I j to ift the Wa a ajcre I ara If 0 Itl aibore I a ffct be recognized for ttMvrctteeiit I Averted iroar Is at XtoliCax RecM I would rataer re 1 f Hi dat look rugged enough to 1 w rjii lMioea ttora replied the cavI ttt M iyiaf Ute ywthfmt igm of the aaes whow eyes were b1ueiaIraX Iwhoe ly cheeks not the PIsto Mto hirttated then said that jlMt know he had never known A awi ever had been told t 8f TisSij Cu fl ht captain hpl leamedswordtIUelClIft t1rBase Tf1I Sii Br0Mo YQ11jfJI I lUlpfc Brootoa leaving th p captain j9 i wlji trait to one of the American J Mttsrs apjwith a pleased expression MUohla tll fit aU right Jack Im to be one of r Jr feWAJUl replied the otherJ fAtjiiL imttt wteh to go ImglRdl yere pe4ftd tjam us r1 tI VftML tha mommt Ralph Bronson 4p h4 ce abiM the Eaglet he had JackJDrw IJtnry hiwl selther eacoHraged p Ko irlpiOiii the Toungstera proffered i frisufatUf The two were very differ S r fctj JUlph IteUic delicately organized whfte Jtockr was a stalwart fellow and felr4ta Pto J 81 JIieo he said to them4tun eeskpeetecuGn and beseems quite v a4 1e sake care of himself i 1 Pi iara4ag a hIp was espied on o thefhitiw aM the Eaglets captain P ovv to taTestigate her He had a a ins sWch the ship had hot and hf x eQ WM Bear enough to her to vBirte har out He Judged she was At BHHskW cwM BfttelL He fired a sheimtw1ad an4 opesq ports ran out sevi PI IBM The Eaglet responded by ilBnOOme a WOB which there were n p letto treeand a snake the stars Jfa4 JrtrlpI had not yet been adopted aadthe flght commenced When It ended by the British vessel striking her co3 Jack Drury had taking a J Jeadershlp and covered himself with tJglory but heJiad lost his right arm j x and an eye Ralph Bronson had kept bcsl4e klra and when the crew of the 4 privateer boarded the Britisher par wouldpotherwtee have split his friends skulL I ButJn t then Bronson was knocked a cnselelf by a blow from a musket t1I an4 before he had regained conscious l i ssJ1IBtT rcXTelved the wounds that 1 cost him his arm and An eye 1t I ut Ttalph was only temporarily dls j r I abtcd anti during the next few months iPc demoted himself when not on watch t Birtlng the hero When Drury ytvas ItJ I q s able to be about again be C1eda- o lk 1 fvcry different maq from what he had t CjtA fon At 4rst he was honored by his attendingfirIl twcless Is short lived Drury could 0 I not doa seamans work nor was he 1 thus Sablecl fitted for an officer He vwas uvited b1hiscaptaluto remain Ok hoard as scalllonjn the galley and ia ilfbls unwarlike position his glory iIed Amonga crew made up of heterogeneous elements it was natural that S there should be enmities Notwlth sta Htlac the affection the Eaglets ofli i sooner had Jack got about ngnln after being disabled began to show his spleen toward him It was the old sjory of the sick lion This man Pare son had been thrashed by Drury and h4 suffered the Ignominy of having hlrBose rubbed In the scuppers Upop Jacks disability he had made up hfa mind ecretlrto get his revenge But t he IOMW that with the whole crew bo reney he must continue to 4 Stlow the responsibility of a quarrel- tip kim He began by casting a lar on everything Jack said Onedoy Drujrjtbeoie the latter turned on him and a k1 gOpinc oa ougl1 You have been tryjag to pick a flght with me and- hare McctedeeL lint you must be hii Iii Mni bsr IHttJBye conditions luifigT 7Mft eye and tie your zifbt anf tohted yovr back and wall t r iii 0 Sstjj Niw ys M ewe i p eriJaMy a ahr iye that a lit ioy Sc kety4Y s hi WhyMstkegSt Wattj1f t1I fs Iii his ii wasa c wIie butrsJ Ink i f JWt lSf Dr I CL ut1r w 1 ccpUS3CS- farsous agreed but the crtjir eb JfiiWd on the ground that Drtiry Mace tbeinflicttoa of hte wwida hatecer revalued bk general MaIfibtil 4vts t1a But Dnirj would JWtrlisUa to tibelr objection i awl a rawtimf was arraaeed It must take place wiles Uf captain was la lila bunk He wp1d sot aSsw fighting nrtiIce aje coasidered liberty would Tjvearaally amongtbeI every man jack of them officers were not so particular and If the captaM could be eliminated their interfereace was not to be feared So It was agreed that the affair should take place an hour before the coining aft of the mldwatch or 3 oclock in the morning At that hour In fair weather the captain was below asleep and the second mate who was In charge of the ship had promised to ajttWeataily faiL asleepXhlmself on the poop deck The night before the meeting was to take place Bnlph Bronson stepped up to Parsons and said to him Parsons youre a dog to force a fight on a disabled man Why dont you tithe a we1 oner So youre going to chip Into this af fair are you We all know that youre tacked on to Drury and must be treated as he Is treated After Im through with him Ill nib your nose In the scfoppers JuStas Druryonceserved you Parsons with a scowl went off about his duties Sronson was dlsap polnted He wished to pIck a quarrel that he might take Dnirys place Going below Ralph who was to be his friends backer In the fight Jiad a final talk with his principal and It was arranged that he should awaken Jack In the morning At four bells Ralph went to Jacks bunk sack was sleeping quietly Ralph stood looking at him for a few moments then stole away on tiptoe took up a cutlass and went on deck Whats the matter said Parsons as Ralph approached Has be backed out No hes asleep Tvo come In his I dont want to tight a boy 1 must have the man who challenged me Yonll fight me before you fight him for Tm between you and him and you cant get athlm without go ing past inc With that Bronson took up a position he bad llearned in the British army Parsons went at him as he would attack a Malay pirate Ralph stepped lightly aside Parsons turn ed and brought his cutlass down over Ralphs head Ralph received non his owmveapon His arm was bared his sleeve being rolled above the el bow The arm was found but there was a fair muscle oh it Parsons an gry at not being able to get at his en emy thought little of caution and ex posed his left side and Ralph rammed his weapon clean through It Parsons looked about him wildly for a few moments the blood spouting out of his wound then fell in a heap on the difck Then Ralph Bronson toppled oVer too i When Drury awoke and saw the sun shining In through a porthole he could not understand the situation There was no one near him at the time of whom to ask questions 89 spring Ing up he got into his clothes and went on deck Everything was peace jfuL The crew were going about their duties as usual The only noticeable feature was a man on his knees swab bing a place on the deck Drurywent up to him and seeing that the water In his bucket was red became more mystified than ever What are you doing he asked the manSwabbing Parsons blood Parsons blood Yes he was killed In a fight this morning at three bells Who fought him asked Jack fairly aghast Ralph Bronson Thensaid Drury Im going to kill Bronson 1 frJlc1sfirsthad been tricked would be and had gone into hiding Drury sought the boy half minded notfindsourhthimthanks Still not finding him he waited till It was time for Ralph to go on watch Ralph did not appear Then for the first time It occurred to hl that Bronson might have been killed or nt least mortally wounded But a member of the crew reassured him telling him that the boy had nt re ceived a scratch Then whats he hiding from met for asked Drury Dunno After the fight they tuk him to the captains cabin The cap tain gave Min a bpnk by hlsself Thats all I knows about it f Drury fretted hnd fumed At four bells In thp1nfternoon an AmerIcanS shIp appeared coming right on the Eaglets course When she drew near she was spoken and the Eaglets capt- AIn went aboard of her He returned with h bundle I At sIx bells Drury received word that the captain wishedt td see him In his tnlIn Drury hurrl t thorp and found not the captain but Halph Broiison In womans clothes t Thats the cud nf the story Inn few days the Easier stopped at New port where Drury and the woman whatever her name might bewent ashore cud were seen no more on the prjvnteet1 Later a sum of prize mono ry was paidt to Jfolm Drury and Emma nronsonpurj In equal shares Trouble tIn the Air- IiasbanilYou dont go shopping with Mrs Nearby or ire 1 V1t0 No The nst time we went she want ed n remnant tthat I AvnhtedJudge Waik Prw It J viaaJIis if w sL k planis btsuII HINTS FOR THE BUSY WISEW1FE ptBroiler That Can Be Used on Any Kind of Stove A new kind of broiler used on any stove but is lrII marily for use on a gas been invented by a Virginia other feature or rather the feature of the utensil is that all the juice that exudes from the savoryI would otherwise drop Into the saved The broiler proper the wire frame that holds the meatIs pended from the apex of a casing that runs to a point at the top and has a front side that lets down on hinges The broiler frame bangs perpendicu larly and as the meat jfs cooked the essence drips into a trough below and runs put of n little spout on the side and Into a cup that is fixed to the side of the casing 4SStuffing For Fish Two cupfuls soft bread crumbs one tablespoonful poultry seasoning salt and pepper one small onion one quar ter cup melted butter hot water mix first four ingredients in order given chop the onion rather finely and fry for a second in the melled butter add to the rest add a sufficient amount of hot water to make a dressing of right consistency This stuffing Is particu larly good wtien used With halibut Select two slrces of unIform size and place the dressing between t Bake in a moddrate oven about threequarters of an hour basting occasionally with melted butter and turning the pan of ten so that the fish mhy be equally browned Marshmaliow udge For marshmallow fudge cook two cupfuls of granulated siugnr a cupful of rich milk or cream apd two squares of cooking chocolate until the sirup spins a substantial thread when dropped from the tip of a spop1Justbe fore this stage is reached add a tea spoonful of butter Then add half a pound of marshmallows that have been freed from the cornstarch cover tug them putting them In one by one and stirring each and crushing it with the spoon Continue to add the marshmallows after the candy cdmes from the fire Turn into shallow buttered pans and cut in squares when cool enough Dumplings For Stew One pint of flour sifted before mass uring onehalf teaspoonful ofsalt one teaspoonful of cream of tartar and onehalf teaspoonful f soda or use two level teaspoonfuls of baking powder Mix with a scant cupful olmJlkSItt the cream 6f tartar and snIt into the flour add the baking soda In the milk and mak6 a dough just soft enough to handle Pat it out onehalf Inch thick or make it softer and drop by spoonfuls Into the stew Be pure to have It boiling and 1ave room fur the dum- plingS to rise Cook ten minutes Do not add any shortening as Unit will make them heavy New England Fish Cakes One cupful of salt codfish two heap Ing cupfuls of potatoes one egg one halfl tnblespoonful of butter oneeighth teaspoonful of pepper Waslf fish In cold water and cut In small pieces Wash and pare potatoes cutting In small cubes before measuring Cook fish and potatoes In boiling water to cover until potatoes tire soft Drain through I strainer return to kettle in which they were cooked mash InpotnV p sure there pie no lumps left add butter egg well beaten and pepper ands lt It necessary When this Is cool shape in little cakes PotatoCHowder bnefourtir pound salt pork cut inI cub sJ FrY out in chowder Slice three large onIons and try in the fat until loldenbroJ Add a quart of hot water boll five minutes then nnd1IfCook slowly Have three pints tnllc heating In another pun otI illKhUy with a little flour wet up nik When potatoes die done add nUke Let come to boil Rmison with alt and blick pepper Serve with hot rack rs C Cream of Celery Soup Cool one head of celery stdlks and llgljt learcn In nplnt of wnt Jr for for tvliv nilnuten tuasli the oelury undo put through a puroe strainer add a pint ut scalded milk and thicken with a tonspoonful of fldur mlxid with a little of tlif cotil nillk add two table poplerItowhipped errata with tiny pieces of bniwiieil crqutons SActs of the Apostles The weight of testimony Is In favor of St Luke as the nuthor of the Acts of thf Apostles though some respect able critics claim that the authorship Is quite unknown 1lwre nre no sun data for determining the date of the Ads Various dates have been as cribed Sojue tulnk lbutlr was written about theryear whit htnirH hald that It could not have been writ ten before the second century about A TD 25NeV York American A Hard Stunt A man pan do almost anything when he discovers that be must Have you evr fejt that you must get upstairs nt 2 a m WIthout whUlnp your wlfeT Chiengo RecordHerald A Mftiy Qhild pncle Gus Spthls Is the baby oh I used to look Ja8t like bIiPat that age Wiati be crying alMJattpow1 Ulece 8 a1eOh Uncle GusJrtlbP1ird what ya WrChlciigo Kewa t T Thiis htrade ik which isfbndoi J every bottled of the genuine t tIeScotts Emulsion the standard Cod Liver Oil preparation of the world Nothing equals it to build up ihe weak and wasted Bodies of young and tilcjr FOR SALE BY ALL XUGGISTS Scpd1 fc name of paper gad this ad for our beautiful Savings Bonk and Childs SketchBook Each bank contains a Good Luck Penny SCOTT aBOWNi 40t rl N Y IAFTER SOLFERINO The Gentleman In White and the Idea of the Red Cross During the Italian vjar of 1859 young Jean Dunant wa traveling in that country After the buttle of Solferino he visited the field and seeing the terrible sufferings of jtbe wounded sol diets who lay arOunq unattended he With the assistance 01 several peasant women formed an ambulance service with its headquartersjta a little church at Castlglione BeJ helped with hIs own hands to bind tip the wounds of Frenchmen Italians and Austrians alike V Tbeyare nil brothers he saidil wounded enemy siifl enemy no long er And he and his corps of helpers brought wuteranIJmedIcine and smoothed the palleflof straw and cheered the unfortunates and closed the eyes of the dead and performed the last kind offices for the dying Dunant was regarded by the hundreds of wounded as a mir c1e of goodne little less than an angel The gentle man in whltet was the way In jvhlch the officers spoke of him as he moved round among tIe slfck his light cloth Ing making him conspicuous on the field itHis experiences at Solferino wbere he saw that the willing hands of n few ntrnlnea helpers actually savecr many lives and comforted hun others inspired him with the randj Idea of an organization the Red Cross Christian Herald COSTLY DROP CURTAIN The One Meissonier Dfdnt Paint For a French Theater The enterprising manager of a thea ter called upon the famous French art- Ist Jean Louis Ernest Meissonier on one occasion and asked him to paint t drop scene for n certain theater and name his own terms ofl Jor You have seen my pictures then asked Meissonier Oh yes exclaimed the manager but it is your name I want It will draw crowds tomy theater And hpw large do you wish this curtain to bo inquired the artist Ah nell wo will say 15 by 18 meters Meissonier took up a pencil and pro c cdcd make calculatlon At inst he looked up and said with tDper turbable gravity have calculated and Ind that my pictures Lire Taluedat francs per meter Your curtain therefore Will cost you just 21000000 francs But that Is not nil It takes me twelve months to paint twentyfive centime ters of canvas It wUl therefore take me Just 190 years to finIsh your cur tain You should have come to nie earlier monsieur lam too old for the undcrtakipg now Good morning Arablo Numerals An illustration of what mankInd owes to they Idbor saving Arabic iiir mentis compared with preceding forma of notation is shown Jn adding 1848 to 1S48 the sum of which is expressed only four figures or 3G90 Meantime tin Roman characters ve would have to denote 1848 with the capital letter MDCGCXLVin Repeating hese jet ters explains why Cicero Jcomplained of the sweating toll of all addition 1On that account Homers total of Age memnons fleet Is not the correct sum of tie different contingents to it which he gives of the Grecian states Herodotus is worse yet when he gives 1he total figures of Xerxes army after vnrlol14Inow nu merals may ibe mnglned Dr Wilr llam Hanna Thomson in Designer How Machinery Breathes An English writer on engineering subjects Merprn OGormnu calls at tentlon to the fact that a piece of ma chinery such as an automobile laid aside after beng used Is in danger of Internal rusting through a kind of res r piration which affects cylinders gearboxes c1utchhmbers Interspaces lIn ball bearings and so forth Every In closcdafr space breathes by drawing in air when 4 fall of tem perpiure contracts its wails end expelling it when the walls Expand through heat The moisjtur introduced with the illr- is deposited in he cavities and may produce serious damage through rust The popular belief that oil will protect the Inaccessible piths of unused machinery is fallacious since nearly all oils take upabdv 1 J per cent of water ln solution TaiVtiliOg ototicv Out in Isevajla there are found stones that travel They are made of u1 Jmetlc9reQDd some nre as much eight Inchcs in diameter although mo tv6X them are no larger than wal- nUts Usually tbdy are found nt tile bottom of Ilttie basins But if one puts Revcral of them upon a smooth surface two or three feet apart they will begin at once to travel toward a Common center and there they will remain unless there Js placed nmongi Them a hirgpr stone of nwre nviKnetic rower Then they win bft drawn me Il big stone rA look farmer n1cker3biiqiis whet they cnll book farmer lljbcker Yes be bal 13Sev 1 3R U t tHilDREN I i Her First Valentine The loveliest of vnl ntlnes meJu plain as plain could be And like a grownup letter this Was properly addressed to HMIss IvJIyjRjster reed It out to 1IexotTknow shes five or more And splalned it so youd surely think Shed seei It all before But whin I asked who sent it she Just smiled and shook her head at me know1BecauseTn make some one as happy aa Some one Juts just made me i But to make sure Ill send next year A valentine to Sister dear Youths Companion Origin of Window Sashes Tlave you ever thought how and whfin window wishes came Into existence The word sash tells us that this kind of window was n Dutch In yentlon sas being the Dutch wotd for sluice The windows derive their name from their resemblance to the sluices on the Dutch canals They open In the seIne way These Dutch windows appeared In England about the same time as llam IlL came fromHollcna In 1GS8 At first only the richest people could afford them From England they wpre intro uCed into France Mar sbal de Lore who was the first Ffinchman to employ them used tP Invite people to his house at Mont martre that tliey might see this won derful novelty In Queen Amips reign we find that sashed wjndow bad become more common in England and were mentioned in advertisements of houses ttrbe let or sold When the window tax was removed the sstsh ar rangemen soan got to be the com moe tfoF9t window f Heart Sachet Valentine The material needed for a Wfeart sachet is n little piece of silk cotton betting and rome sachet powder With the picture for a pattern cut out two hearts from the silk and two from the cotton Place the two silk hearts together atld backstitch togeth er near the dges leaving an open space at the lower left nand corner about an Inch long Then turn right side out sprinkle some sachet powder between the cotton hearts place them together arid then very carefully roll them up and insert them in the silk heart opening With the fingersmooth It out carefully so that it fits In the silk case and Is perfectly flat Then overhand or catchstitch the place that Js etlU open and the valentine is fin ished riMy Sweetheart may be drawn on the outside A Gallant Charger Lieutenant Robinson an English of ficer in the Royal engineers has a horse whjcfi he thinks ought to receive the Victoria cross for gallantry In ac tion Lieutenant Robinson was lead- Ing a party in Afghanistan when they were suddenly attacked by a band of Ghana The fighting was furious for a few minutes and during the height of the battle the lieutenant wits sPear- ed by a young Ghazl and brought to the ground The warrior came up to fin Ish him when the faithful horse turned hiS heels and lashed out lit the Ghazi every time he approached the wpiind ed man This defense be maintained help uirrlvd and the nssnllaqts ifled As the horse is not vicious the lieutenant Is firm In his belle that the horse knew his master was In danger and defended him A Faithful Elephant A naturalist tells an anecdote ofitn Indian elephant which Is one of the best proofs of the nense of the animal and of its power of communicating Its thoughts An elephant was ordered 19 drug n tree wTlich proved too heavy for Its strength twnl urged and 4orclfed to continue Us efforts till the poor animal broke lli chaln by which It was fastened and ran nwayj Ail supposed it had escaped to the Jungle where itwpnld mix with the wild ere pbants and be seen no more But In about nn hiur ttits faithful nnd san sllile servant of man returped accom panied by two other elephapts and by their united strength the tree was easily removed The other elephants disappeared after the workc was done and the wise tame elephant remained t Dodgeball Dodgeball Is a game that can be played In the yard or In lhe school gastball or small light bean hag Is needed On the floor nt the front of the room mark off a circle three feet In dlam eter A boy takes his place here with one foot In the circle From n math about halfway across the room the pupils one ntt another get a chance to throw at the one in the circle He Is allowed to dodge the missile but must always k jep qtiefoqt In the ring Frequently change the tnrgef If thd gome iIn played In the yardlplace the circle near a building or fence so that the bnJ1Qr bag does not go too far from the players Wfiira is Wen as Ion tri MHsmblt by Htoy ui Blaidtr Trindkfc i uponthemincdisco by in a all ness soon disappear the kidneys are out of order or trouble has Ilthechi1duriuatesloooften the flesh or if when the child reaches anIage when it should be able to control the ttingcult is kidney trouble and the first oftheseorthenbabimiser able with kidney and bladder trouble nndboth need the same great remedy The mild and the immediate effect ofgSwampRoot is soon realized Itis drUggists fifty cent and onedollar by snail free also pamphlet telling iboutSwampRoot when dis easedKidney prevalentthat beborn supposeWomen Yonuxayhave Deautvvigor u xsaiincluding many or the thousandS ot test momal letters received from sufferers who found S mpRoot to be just the KhmerCoThghanit fimeatlonouymistakeadurcssJJia1amoa1i = I rLACgri DANcING FRocxJ A Happy tend1ng of Mod era and Old Fahte KEADT VOn THE BAZJi In the charmingly girlish dance frock Illustrated are blended the modern and old fashions that are prominent In the seasons modes The rathe scant straight skirt Is trimmed with three ruffles of graduated widths It is at tached to a bodice veiled with gold net ana white chiffon and trimmed elaborately wljtbtiuilldn fringe A moire gir dle defines the waist at the frpnt dud sides while the chiffon tabller at the back Is draped in a manner to lend an empire effect to the costume Hand embroidered silk gloves match the shade of the1 girdle and the silk foun dation of the gown which Is American Beauty olor The little carving card Is of lace and liberty satin A Girls Mew Years Resolution Im going to be glad Who knows what nice things may be just aroundI the copier Im going to be all dressed before 1 leave my own room and then forget itt I wont sit bias in a street car t I wont gossip su it hurts anyone JJust nice interesting harmless little talks I wont always tell all I know I wont tell my friends of holes in their clothes when they pie far from home I wont fuss over things I cannot help III wont lie to be pleasant A good nil tured liar makes every oae mad in th long run I wont lend money Ill just give Iit and get the credit When In company Til talk wheth er I have anything to say or not4aIll try to keep all my old friends andI make as many new ones as possible for some of tho old will surely dropout It Is better to be on with the new beforeyou are off with the old Last Ill try to keep some of these resolutions all the easy ones anyway An Ironing Board In Disguise Vfhen you havcread about the won der of thuironlng board seen in the cutfyou will think it is the most prac dcrI economical and handiest conven ience you have seen nalonl time When n9t in useas an ironing board VlllCt TBCIBOKIXn nOAtlD IS It forms the most jTictlcal settee that could be Imagined The hamper under the ironing board forms t be sentt part of tic settee and ilio ironing boardt tilt back For U4c a mi ironing bnard tht wooden knobs ars thrust through tht hoas in ths bud proper nnd tin stand nnd thorp yen are The Ondee put forms convenient hamper ehllcIfor clothes t ho ironed or for thaw that nave undergone the treatmentc The Adoration of see wig Wigs were never so popular asia tin reign of Charles II Tile authpr oIThe Beaux and the Dandles tellsI us that when Chiller played Sir Fopgling jFlutter his WIg wUS so much wired that he had It carried to tile utootliglitsshalr from which It was baiided to him that he might put It on his hcad PIacln the Blame Judge to bur hr trlnDrHave tJYQIJinrYes yoUr hoicldr I net lainrlthlnIeTINot That kind of Woman Do you believe In ninUihg a Renu flection before you uter your p wcasked Mrs OldcrCstle Mercy nor replied her hostess nS she flecked n hit of dif rtlttthtb200 grand plahn If ectlonkfrto make fiiflflt441ipe uelways do It ontnldp af churfh CIriyJ nI capo HecordHcraid OL3PERVENTvgij sllaliflb9dIg ii j jOtau21 NOTNARCQTICkdaii AuIewtrl sIcseMsrkir 1tWonnsCctygririi E iwsILossor- Ari JNEW YORK Exact Co jr of Wrapper England cCATOREL The kkidYouI Always Beam the Signature f tJ lr t Ii brFir0vL Thirty Ya r- sCATORI if 8 EVERY BUSINESS jiN jJI p IJefj IUnited States rates reasonabe service the best tccrMBERGAND TELEPHONE 4c TJJLEGBJAPH In5oropnted a In Bad bedfixI was unconscious for three days and a4kr thatIp ckleadachelefclinfsVI GllifeepneludedtoSince taking Cardul I so rriuch betfei and can do aIJmy housework Take C 1R0iiU 1 JJ41 The Wouuns TjIIt DcTm t allow yourself to get into a bad fix YdM idffct get in so bad you find it hard to get but Better take Cardui while there is time white ydw ate still in jut lerately good health just to conseweyoorifcijiifih and keep you in tip top condition In thi s way ypur troubles whatever they are wilt grad ually gro r smaller instead larger you will be PA Vie upgrade instead of the down and by and ywi wifl arrive at he north pole of perfect health Get 2 bottle at your druggists today i JLlGHTpK3 IVEFGJS STEM Testing the Tc cnraph jn tha early Days of Us Invention Years ago wren the tel graph was anTldlnan a mystery to the masses tjhcro came trouble tine closed and the fcalance was not right There was a defittct jusf rum It was not the money but the error that must be found For the ofucL hvund the clerks there icould be no sleep until tije mystery hall been cleared up All that night and jail Sunday a iforce of men were busyj money waa surely gone from the vaults but no onecoqld discover whence On the follottlrig morning a clerk suggestedi that themlstuke might hostS occurred In packing torttlje dies some boxes of specie that laid been sent to ou hamntou for ship ment His chief noted on tht suwres Uon nero wasj iin oypartUnlty to test the powers Ottf1c te prapbrli tningt against stenm pod steaqirtvitMforty eight hours the1 start erysnon the telegraph asked n man tIn Southamp to i djjTheanswcr b ing anchor StoP her in the q efs name flashed back the tfclcprnph She Is stopped wasTDturned Rave ondec certain boxes mprkar given weigh t iem carefully and let me know the rault telegraphed thy lqhsordet l fwnspound and tex Dunces heivhr than Just tliei weipjitof themindngo- verelipis r fjAIJ right Let hejiiilfi 1Tilelth the and thfr Rafife fJinV and was at tacoi again Harpera Weekly HallHpinai ions of Henbane t Henbane fieana reroarltable rcputa on for crathg the mot vcxtrapnM nary bajlurclbntlansIr Houtoiirt te3 that som monks who atet the- oots by mistake forparsnlps treirs- otmed their m mastery tats a luriatic sylum One noah rang the bell far matins at midtllght tiHHf it the community who amended M onld riot read eta fs 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