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I ESTABLISHED 1 JN J t nut U lU jrz J d J4 sf1 I 1 JJINQ JE Qtt SI T t cE T tJY MARCH 2 ion rfJ 44o 4SIr i u i iH l t c1f p F lithira FAtE Prtt Piiittii of Vtoma GJVM Y osS 11 Tel WimiiiWW to De In NfMFt CS Sr kkCFth4 M to Mfl f 11yseiprarkA fa ekki a jktit oIs4 vwJ11s jWag Is frajjjsijhi adrkx I oMmettes tM re alsit ef maay1 years exportoace Hit tIiM dMton make i mislsks lllAt7eWt ki ty thuNI M4tor Hi to d toct the th cus tI silgat defects ia JhJtl ieal aiinaxatt aad to sr5aiojktttky briaciac to maay 14 BMfc toe jkIflE faeakis rfffards wut Ir Is aad brtbiag M tM towidatioa tall MMMUM Tito face M ttld be- iraaiMd msraiig oil vealagr the MVIFt dwiac the day Tk water isfcoatd jMt iII rala river ot JlMtisAbMtoc is bMU for the body tbjf jratorm y be according to custom 4aM aMMtlvsasss from to 68 d n1tssdW Jbr jUM face Aaa refresher im rfassdiatily aft r the bet water cold water aa M aMd to bathe the face X qskk s ee MMtoa fIJlHt cold JM batks ia very good fr treaaaiT 94tM9 aad the same may be used1 tw rracraat toilet addltkn for tk lae w sb Bg arc ftoa d rMrpe AHy m Ute aarJltItalJ jwJ t SNtU MtIIOL ObCkZ4 o aad balsam tteetarMt should be avoid d as tky toad to stop the exuda ttoaa iMm tM t4Mgiaowi glaads A tsasjsiafal i estogae water apae r wItha lew drsM ef viaeg ar caar 0rraat e4er bet wlU alM exert a alldly tlsaalaUii oiect on tie sklri- Or t afomiut be exercUed iq the 1 eaotoe tI sap JUkall sokps should b4 attUtod as they ottem preddce skia eotpttoa Neutral aoaos are to be pfsietitd The soap must be thor acUy washsd oft lid the skin dried irttk lit fiat towels by vlgproM towse t ter IU- t1IIM4IkksMa did with 3aQrt cMkr La a r bath SyMiaKy good for tlto bodr aftor the ordlaary one Y 7i highly ImporUat fr the treat mMi ol M SUa fter waWa Some MH 9t after ttatat k really nee MMry aot aloste la beauty culture bsto4 the ratjoaal care of the skin Oiadaoats powders alcoholic liquids or eombiaaUoM of various ktods cam fibJt7tH sooclal qaaUtios of the aMa Tao oldos neW that of aaoa4tog to srtiem omptoyed ID Atu trtat Ute is apt to mnl sfeskla tOo motet rather than tod dry Tor womoa particularly the best afterlr iriatmeat ot the skla te with powder osaocially for the face aeck and sbjf dd rs With few exceptions when jTCforly o aployed there is nothing to bo Mid a alait its aso But nrong b s4ar ii powders and all unknown tp eparatlons should be carefully avoided As absorbent quickly dry lag and glistening powder for the body there tIs aothlng better tan the Jte tJCtalcpQwcer But M It Is abby and doesnt stick- to the skin It must when used for mixedWkJtoxide of xlac As white and rose colored powders make the akin look Mao they bold be mixed with yel low ochre aad a little carmine made to a chamois color his will take proHeNp irpesss etivJlOJVdera may bo mixed together fer Instance a large quaa tity otyellow ochre and umber brown fer proteclloa against the sun In every ease before going to bed the powder must be removed from the skia by grease Another after treatment consists In the MM of alcoholic washes scented er uaocoatod Cologne water diluted to W per cent makes a v rrgo04 mixture Generally it may fie said that oiatments are better for wInterJ THM ler bloades and powder and al 4S 4eoberfer the summer and for bru jste altogether I FAT MEN ARE ALWAYS HAHPT- No HeaVywetfhts Amen Criminals S- 1DyspptlcAII Are Thin Says ulmby 4- BtonBoatand youll be hap py says W JX ptilmby president of the Fat Moas club of New England Although r am not much of a his torkin 1 can assure you the history of ffttmea will r Int out a good man facts taat would atarlle the people at large ami the Insurance companies la particular fToil lad a fat bad man Did you ever hear of a real fat man com J8MiLMi ritIt are committed by metl wMjMac botweoa 1tat 141 Very w JeiW etteiaaM weigfc oyer lit aad Orimo by moa woigkiig over two hua drod ta praoMoaUy uaknowa- nroa aovor soe a lat maa drttak Thw j4riijkTh rsoe IktMT Aad ridit hero MM tIM f4a1sU- g dtfforoaoo botwooa two TJts UU i t 4tdr atao SSpsati JPisgiiiiis Is to bo 1oiiM thI5 act fat Sow Te I t 7 Nt Thuua who Iis t bo Captafa VandotoW ta wMis sa- to the thlrtoaa mporststfoa yIng IS attendants tbrM jttttlo e14 sea brit f w C T 7 T UE v f I8 Iii nJij I t ft t o l f I Ur = r aiifr1jj lj t fOIlrt S t r I rtJ0 lIbtJsll l Fkror Eff Like tie Fkw r aadSLl aU Lainc Rcordi lLtibO4sting cherne p fe f eJl ownradMBaan in Connckicni bydseasonr JwboeoDdK1 J Liyinjrstoa N J has succeeded even beyond his hope TheCon iedtit I1 screened one end of the Mtall frMiahouse as a hen yard Hjw chickeme turned into this ittcjoiure afid loojcfng throMfhMt 5thedtherjretifafctituaamer as at hand and they began working at top sPeedMr eOoceT entered into the experiment oft a large scle Three veekaaga he fenced off wItha large mfeah Wire screenFpftceabpufeSO toSOJeet in the enter of his plant He picked out eight of his finest JleghDrn hens and pat them in a corral Mr Coonl y figured that it look ingI through a screen on oneside ofah a yAwould make hens think aummer had oome the pectOtl tee foarsiles oi a prostyard would wake themtbink several pvcmeni had arrived and thus iradaehem to even grater ffflying activity Be theortized correctly First he began to get eight eggs a day from the eight hens Then the number began tp increase n bill about two WHO ago on the word of Mrf00ney who is a man of hereto fore unquestioned veracity eaChI en began laying two eggs a daVI At least that average was main tainedi Several days later the average increased to Fwo and one eighth eggs a day This rate b haapleased owner is in 4oubt whet h isla1dalwayBbv colony take turns in laying iit The strangest part of Mr Goon ey s experiment however lies in the influence on the chickens of the proximity of the plants and ower that surround them on all sIdes Eggs from the chick ens used in the experiment after the first few days of their con finement began to haVe a pecu l IiarThe shells were more or less tinted He observed that when not engaged in scratching forI food and even On their nests the birds would stand or lie jnapt admiration of tbeilowersSomeI would gaze for several minutes at atime at the American Beauty roses while others would find Hpleasuretions or vroletsl Others were wont to c3st their eves ongeran tunis that flanked one side of the inclosuie The bggs according to Mr Cooney seemed to bYe on distinctive flavors and distinc tive tints of the flowers most ad mired by the birds The de mand for geraniumflavored roeco red and other tinted eggs is likely to be such Mr Cooney hopes tbat the price be may demand will be much higher than the resent rateoff 60 cent dozen Solve a Deep Myslfiry 1 want to thank you from the bot tom of iny heartu wrote C B Ra1Ci t ewlsbare W Va for the won Ioferful double benefit I got from lEJlec Bitters in curing me of both a severe seof stouach trouble and of rheumatism from which I had been an almost helpless sufferer for ten years It suited my case as though made just for are For dys pepsia indigestion Jaundice and to rid the system of kidney p islons hat cause rheumatism Electric Bitters has no equal Try them every bott tie is gyaranteed to satisfy Oply SOc at Hoyden Robertsons Whileacrew were unloading steel rails from a work train her jwterdav N Y Phelps fore man of this section was stand ing in a coal car when another car was dropped down against the one in which he stood with such force as to kidIItherail catching his foot between the rail and the etid9f the car Both bioea were injured in the ankle intall1i tuo more in the instep ad the foot wag badly crushed He was birred totbe Heizer latrsMcy wberebe received sdr I gicat tr taMit at the hands of Dr VIi Heiaer after whicfe he i U iMftt ko his home at Lyons on tue Richmond acc9modaioaf 1 lls not thought tiatitiUN iecefisary to amputate t1i foot The accident occured about IsSQp m neartheiNGteen W eill fabtoryJNewrHaVcn Echo Saves TytIalYtsf Neither my sifter Tior7 my sef might be flying today If It had not been forDr B ngs JTew Discovery rites A DlsMcDonaldj oiJ iViyettc vUleNC B D No S for we both had frightful coughs that other eiedy conldpWI WFe told i lOt serhd cnstin p She was visrjFMfeak aabap nighjaweat but your wonderful medicine com pletely cured us both Its the best J ever used or heard of For sore lungs coughs colds hemorrhage lafgnppe asthma hay feyer croup wbdoolng cougball bronchial trou b1eSlts supreme Trial bottle sree 0c and 100 Guaranteed by Hay on Robertson IIn Memory of Arbor Bottom Mr ArborBott9in died at his home near Mackvilie on Sunday eb 19 911 at 8 pclobk About ten mouths ago he was taken illtof that dreadful and nev rfi1iing disease Diabetes and his dowcline has been very rapid Wa death having been expected for sometime The deceased was born April 19 1877 About six en years ago he was married to Miss Lanaa Thomas and to this union were born five children three girls and two boys BaDsides his father four brothers and a host of relatives and friends mourn his death Mr Bottom had been a consistent member of the Deep Creek Baptist church for nearly years and had lived a consistent Christian life The funeralservices were conducted Tuesday by Rev Hatcbett and his remains were llaid to rest in the Deep Creek cemetery All fihatJpdng hauds could do forj im was done every wish he expressed was gratified by hisI heart broken relatives and thisI coula be of sweet consolation to hem in this lonely time Of griefI A precious father from us has gone a vOice we loved is still A plate is vacant in our home which neyer can be filled Dearest rather thou hast left us and thysloss wedeeply feelButtisgcwhohasbereftus he can all our sorrow tieaL Death bas robbed us of o i father whom wejloved and cherished dear t was fathetyes dear father can we help buthed a tear His voice more will greet the ear in welcome tones ofIllove Gone and fitus lonely here to dwell in peaceaboyeI tie iis gone yes gone forever shall his memory cherished be Though we loved we COuld not keep him God has give him sweet release He has crossed the shining river justI beyond the golden shore IeIi children forevec more Many of hisfriends shed tearSfor their loved friend has gone Bathe has left them all without fear to meet with God the Father and Son Dearest wife thou art weeping1 for the one you loved so Fell He beneath the sod is sleeping and his spirit with the anfcels dwellIGod grant we may share with this lloved one the joys tohimthatznaybcgiveit May we gain bright crown with father in heaven He Is gane to oln his Saivor in the happy lahcTso fair To pra for you dear wife arid children and is waiting for you there A niecej E B OJd Sold fer Tortured Foryearsil suffered unspeakable torture from Indigestion constiia tionaud IIrtroubIe wrote K- Sml h a war veteran at Erie Pa but Dr K1sew Life Pills ffixe me ill right They re simply geat Try them forany stomach JiVer or kid eytroullle Only 25c at aydon Rpbertsons 1 II 2000 Bushel White SecA Oats For snIgyown fromnOrtherri seed that bot 100 pefr bushel These oats badetovenOQ bushels per acre Jrjh5arJ recleane5 and free from we dsfeed of any kind Bags free I KeedBpalding f WtJ Water Wells Webayeariup io jje ri1Ungm ci t n and Si e prepared to drilf water wells from 50 1tto 600 ft Corres pondence IOliciIAddress 8 G Longabbngb 0t Marys Ky ds 7WiflO rWithrws From Gubernaf tonal Race tl kTJ I Mayor Head4taiementtotiT Democrats of g ntucry 1 s the ers ot t thea primary to Detent candidate f oSteeifind 1woid b impossible ifdr me to cacya Jl a hundred and tbe teen counter jb pythe Mayors office fdlDtili8Of HOI besttb4 withdraw from t fInj my friends who have so loyally supported me Jj want to assure themt Ii appreciate their friend s 4ii4 ipiel and whoever may be nomfi naied will receiymyheartv support and X trust every Demo roundIthejgetshiSill win a glo J1L us victory in November for the party and iUr j principles for all lam Very respectfully Wi 0 Head Mayor William1 O Head thIs ldrawal1 l emocratl nomination for Goti bYjtbej cnclidatesffitbefie1d U oited States Senator fend Goy J OamesoflCynthianaMayor withdrawal l nar rows the field two eptne hot there is a cbanct thaiothers will come into the race if one be lieves wellinformed politicians conversant wIt1j r the situation over the State Among those whpvbve beeul mentioned t Congressman AIo Stanley ofI the Second disti ct and Judge Aliie W YOuftgof Morehead Other astute o Servers of the political weather rane profess tto ee iin thwithd4twsl of Mayor ead a chance f r the r scindt ling ofthe call fo a State primary and the substitu pnoJUhe tim honored Democr tic principle ofI a convention 1 his was theplan origthallyatlvoc ted by MayortBead and also w s bf Congressman E n Johnson fj the Fourth distri it who recently withdrew from t e race Mayor Read i lliae from issu ing his card dec in a to give out an interview reg Deling his with d racal or to dis jss what effect iit might have ztthe race When seenby newspaper rephrsentative at Ills office in City Hall Jie sal Boys my official announcement of with J drawal Jtells thi story I have no furttfqr statement to make r Who i Gov McCreary was calledjtoyer the ttelephone at his homein Riehmorjld and toldoflrMay r Bpads yithdrawaI and kskah whetber jpe d tfired to malfa a stafmeOhereplledU I dozt think Should say any t ng in tte mat ir The Democrat Estate Execu tive Committee will meet here next Saturday fti rch4 at which time there may bS some action llooking toward t the call for a conventiontofiiriiurate a plmform wen if the callfor a pri mary on May 27 iiands The two annot teed candidates are from Eastern Kentuckyb Senator McOrdry IEighthJ the Ninth disict Weston Kentucky wasJfelt without a can didate when J ridge johD K Hendnck t f Pa rjcahwithdrew The advantage that a Western Kentucky man wouldI possess in the lace at present may appeal tii Corigressman Stanley who h received as surance ofaup ont fomthani r quarters Of cqnsa thisls all a matter of spec IatIoiIituIs ville Times 1 Mt Sterling Ky Feb 25 Th Hon Will jam Addaim of Cvnthiana who lias been attend mg the Farmers Institute meet ing here whnn pried of the withdrawal of J uyor Head from the race for thaDemocraticnom inatlon fur Oovctjnor said The withdrawal l of Bead bps notbing whateytif to do withme I an in the raci tor tpe npoaipa lion taalij Ibis over and the can didaie Mfet d and at the prO- per tIme wiU pay my entrance ee for the primary and having met with the greatestepconrag ment confidently believe I will fwin the rgardlesrSi r vwbo appears againib he withdrawalIot Mayor Head Dsafes ray chances that much he better I am in the race to 5s Stays hassyjisit every county between now tk lid the primary Should the i9rnarv be declared off suds otiventIon called I will still te A candidate and have only onecI dHJJ that Is tbatlViirtc nominated JudRft Allie W Young was not fCQuidf Evoty year a large number of poor sufferers whose lungsi are sore and raik with coughs re urged to go to anoth climate But this is costly and not a ways sure Theres a better way Let D crhome fit cured me of lung trouble writas W R Nelson of Galomlne Ark Id when all else failed and I gained 47 ngliofIns positively guaranteed for CoughsibColds LaGrippe Asthma sThrpat and Lung troubles 60c LOO Trial bottle free at Haydon bertson J Sweet Clover In Pendleton Couqty Tina wonderfulclover has come to be of great importance to the farmers of Pendleton county ur chief products aret baCcotl cattle sheep and dairying and un1pjrMntlolcbavebrreJtblue grass alfalfa red cloiyeg and timoth bu to 4ay we haveI more acres in sweet by far than any other grass ffurnisiies flne pasture Itl lone or mixed with either eSt it is theear1iest grass grassp theSspring and the last to yield to 1i rasjisand boOt makjdgoIt is the jonl j places inyashes where iit soons levels them 1ip Its great growth exceeding ten feet in Height and sot1ck that hheapslupon the ground a mass of Utter jwhich ogether with the large r3otsT covered with nitrogen nodules qcklYfertizes and richens theII poorest soils F rbay it isf second only to alfalfa yielding several cuttings a season It furnishes more honey than anya other plant and is about on a par in quality with white clover oney The seed isgatheredbyo and and furnishes a handsome returp to the farmer for labor hisS Onlya few years ago sweet clover was fought by our farm e rsa a weed pest until they dis overed its value Many farms and fields that bad been aban doned by the owners now produce splendid crops of tobacco after being in sweet clover a few years It can be truthfully said this clover has been the means off redeeming large areas of poor washed aud abandoned llands in this nntyPecdletni Death InltoarinjtlK ay nit result frqm the work of fire bug but often sevcre burns are caused tbat make a quick need fox Bucklens Arnica Salve the cure for burns w und qulcketI oils sbrs It subdues tills pain It soothes and heals rives off skin eruptions ulcers or piles Only25c at Haydon Robert 80na Llsbs tn Pspy TlMss Pens Diary 1VM am trfiflatterlng picture of the Lisbon court IB Ms day Oa October IT 1111 be talked with Captain Lambert fresh from PortufaU who told kin It WM a very poor dirty plane I mean the city and court of Lisbon That there are H windows nor will they kate any That the MM has kU seat seat up by a dosen of lazy uari aa4 la pipkin sometlrpwi to his own table aa isometimes BOtbbar but fruits sal now sad thea half a hta And sow that the InfaaU is becoae oar quiJibe iIs eoaw to hays a wholel boa or foboe to her table wbjtck ii a t or dinary Sons few aoeths ater kea MM PerMcall kdys hal cosae te 14040SfPVi wa tanot haadMB aad tk tr fartaiafata a itraseeil tl e I lad a Kb IhICSiI tkMi thatli ytoariac s14 I ee thyMkorMti kiwi aad look freely wand dwa alfrtr d belief witt MM ferctt a elfMe praettsf o tkelr own ceuntryLo doa 0W0aWt i It J DA TwOwSr 1 To utOuf Plan by Equity PooI Mov Fb251J Mt Sterling Ky At a secret meeting of the Exe jcntiye j3 rdot the Atlenc Br ocietlot Eqpit State uniojk eld here and presided over by H M Fro on tof fCarrpllto tjIonce put into the field in the Iburley district twenty organizers and perfecta pool of the 1911l Ippoo1isledge j htpats the gr wersio control fUJ1dertbiJ pledge only 2 per back fore expetigt a and alter theyare deducted itt any money remains it is to hpl divided hatweenthet gowers 61 the tobacco that is pledged tllIThe county boards con rPl psl1d they are to recejve the money for sales and maker dlstribuiion within ten daysafar receiving same rl new pledge wilt nt b 1rrhe unless 160000 acres of he burley is pledged by Noveoi er4911and a meetingj wilt then be heid in Lexington on pJwember71911ioLtgtif ysame All pledges uretobe left with the County lark of each cpuntv who certifies them up tthe l proper representative with bea amount Of acreage and no dt colt can be praqtice upon the co c g IfIni IflfO when redried When signers of the pledge ire in 8 edecuredalso sighed for the cutting out of G 1912 crop The orgtDiz iOD of be11mrooratI9nwiI8ecretarythe launchng of this pledge th siovementE t4quityf inurleyB blurleydeath blow to the latter in its effort to cutout the 1911 cropW ASK THE SALVATION ARMY Th81Wfer the Horse A teamster who needAa bonnet for his scrawny horse applied to the Salvatloa armyaVKhy did ouep to jheaifOr tucb thing as that r someone asked because I knew they had them heHJcLIM one of their wagons yojoftop of the cover to the tailgate so I ihustled down and asked far one bal KODHt of hundreds of others said aa army worker Our collecUon yMityg Foodof the loadj but It Ii topped oft by orJoyerltrtckeaj the lB0It cpaaplfcooos cbotributions and when they see anything they want t het itWCon Knew Hie Dell M UsherriThe coagregaUoa of a certaintchuck Ii not xcldMvebst I apothat he might be a very sjoed youpg awa feat he bad aot beJoaged very g long to the ckurch and bMides It seemed tallkely that a street ear con sductorkouM of worship But the trustees said that he had beea chosen for that very reasea addlag We need a aian of that kind to deal with tMI end seat kog He lea greater auiMaef la the church than la the ears Early In the service he plants himself at the aisle ead of a free pew and later corners abs are ushered late that pitall all over him taking their places It takes A man with grit to aatJabBfmove aloag This former rhas the grit sad he has tact gained from Qedce That s why Ve made him asher inWrtUugj tourist saysi We head here la the e Unftwctibts Tb nM hop fib the ee ssrsSr MNtw Sal wartiiM irasta tI Tariwsi JJaiasfnis tI wS d adtbis- saqe ef t- eetov la raate JLsM frosa hs eeuslare sist is W asatiaaalssjUoa WS be4 a trltti tI sjkT l1w wilk r tit aad then aaye Liss 1f4t iSsr JIMi 1- tUtt ta IIIborn t1i btar ti iiedgbss vW I 4L f a I II iJI ILU1 0Itc7 1I MJ iMJtnUJt I l i athoms JUkiLI7M arnomlcfly i hot I- at To 1 I irca t U I- wholoin eruata and nu d 8IIii with WhtMi o Ir itf tI api 01 cftr I1 pare Roya11 lhe to 1t i IfcOTAL CQOK BOOKMt ZTSj J 11 J 7 b Jlt ed isbyJ they haeuc edeict id jrunnlng to groopd tJB best orgat zed argest buJd of robbers that bas eVer infested Central Ken tncky So shrewdly havci tbo bbers operatedt that 1litos been stjII1PossibleQ o land fhem ey bave not confined tbeitf l eratiofis to any particular character of theft The follow robberies natvbbeen attrihut tp the 8ncW1e store of jCL BarneJt pnthe outskirts tifS Danville f was entered and the safe blown and 325 taken Bloodtioundr lost the trail a fiLarrodsburg The residence Of John Atkinsi at Kingsville was bbed several weeks ago and 00 in money r qTblthieves in this lobcardeda small zed Hall safe from Atkins sidence three hundred yards a woodland where it was own open and themoney taken Majiy head of horses have been stolen One of the last raids as made on motorcycles The robbers began nfteen miles sopth of Danviile slid robbed thre different postoffices securing 125 frOm tb offiCe at Moriland and three stores at function City were broken into J F Wares finest horse and new buggy dis appeared recently and likewise young man who had sought employ men For weeks Jailer Fitzgerald has been railing thist oung man He was followed through uorthen Kentucky to Cincinnati thence to CleyHlahd nd back toJEentucky wbemebc wl8caughtSaturdineir Bedford in TniwJleciunty Mr are made the long tilp with tzger ld Jailer Fitzgerald arrived in Danville with his prisoner Sunday morning The young man implicates others in the roobenea and several bIow ave been established Mf ate got hack bistborosgbrEdL Horse whjchlhe dden across two states almott wice The prisoner stated that tile buggy had been toldl iim Cleveland O and Mr Ware will o to that place toI secure his property Not lless thai Mfi and a dozen posto te have been robbed in Ceairal kentucky in thepast few mouths Harrodsburg Herald v The combInation sale held iaj l1Brjntslivery ablet on Maut I t ijctowdwhich were being sld i1aIu gton the e were Irafe fw b 7 ra preseut tt9ti dis aso Be ween fifty aaJL sixty hOft went under b MBier al all of KBI we nojk gold TheborHI oid IQ4b1 pricec raacX free 35 bJtt5 pn bead AijCtMMWMtr CMiteli of Spi1eMi Oa bs bkEabrriSiSt Lf i t bi Ij eii1O onth jjMtIes bUperor 14iN 1 1 tll a Iat iultWef t tt J J blirLWb l ekseEM s mile tOttHjeJuob4ssf of o4is- het pesimij t UJ 1bmt r own Jtrojabf arr JiMo IMill gotten f4r qfIi 0 Well Iatptiis Oar trouble are chI of yiileriay and tomorrow Wiof row tthooa moBtly cf paftMUoii ai Aie r Real tro bM weifaaiiy borae itJjjthe ri tri otes Unit aa intolerable True life miito sl4diim Md pales trom which there iis no tcpo Wbm death tics tbo i we me W when a1 IiiN I Ji foctane s6riioIs a fiUclkft fat snIcio oUvaM SMM 1 tbnButitSibiIVtis filiiiat IwppX a IIS 7troM njt1ss el iii- Ittle1li2fl4i OtiSSWQit appet iftbr2lrrI HJltIv se agairaActual afltctoas we n leara toa bear The pripp tin hops lleas I1iSe Ue tad the poor iuwt sif ca time boffail tavgblfiM p r best leMaiJ patM ce a sl cheerfuJne tf4ianhppift rhat cdroea of a4 orp4ie in jUt filsi tie Wodiith j elatJmcriinihgr p It ii ttis jriecaiot s eIfsbeorios that iarswM Uyerl We aa get ost tlK aJsi keep omio ititFo wlllOI eInsti9rSiJ L SMiljTrlll1lli iit = I t dM v1t r r Carrol JoiMOia Lctr tr TV M prr Mr- J4 St thiMICOSt f8ibWYuiI calling tl Mae Jwrng l1441 M Row Mili Wtetm the you g tleMs gMadv l they faun l tba4s o icvee bad cut MM kaiiw by wbisb 1driYt wSiej cttho1Splace for the ianuaat UM m4cs idair Bk fU I MwIM Ia 8Mleholr 4adbIY r erArshfyhbitthrs cttvea hr fIoI Mr k- Qalbirt jIS WcSIioi e4t the bir it 1o aM v beft stM ee id stmatwiM 4tIf J bnl miD Ilroili ill 1ruIrrig ws botee g4 K a i la ioW vhiob W be tAkeabope ibla 0 coaiIt dsUIiw- 111bi mtBaWiw CASTOR I A 1aIIIItI6I m i k A t t r pb4W u Mi M 4 tM iI ft noUEIflt r arl Largest Sales Floor 4 f IfJ t feii t N c Plenty o 1 Sheel and Stalls FRBiL f rSlifti iI tf Jr Jtr F IINb yoUR TOBA CCO TO JJS AND WB WILL GET VO U THE tIJGtll3S T t + 11 Yi y ftfri RITE ORPHQIJENO 155 Robert T Bohannan1 Jld MANAGER AND AUCTIONEER i flhl1ULIUttfltflfl114tttflfltIW 4tjjjAW r 4iMWU Hk n U M r R I 7 f lweaLD KY hI1 j f1 1ViTWT TCNMMVAT I i fiILW 111 c gj p1o t AJZ LL2 l1L 1sss appears Ute an V uStIiI of Mr Jo1inA t 1WIa a udidbs for BpreI rths Weky Lm t r sls to tba tvof y IMsDiESUttpsltytyrm1sWlkQWMdi porsi 70s11 I i01 1StbQ4IMId1rad Ofl it Q5 ittof toSr r yo tf LotIIIyU1e He k 1 bi shWeiI it J I ksut a0IitowcK be MpkU If HIltWi be will NMIft Hei eoftofhis si will ike s good t 4t3seslMLYs ti I J a WI C r i He Itof M Shf wtk ri of Fen t erSi noif K lltWlll o1ir a K ny f WIIsspst PISH5bIf- Batard wi th Miss J tvI CiiMi WillM Colvin and Hay i t rlfiife flMt Sauria night wi b I KJiIBbM IIj EtTcHsa1ltos fiW his regii i1r aO1tSflt 1a rt Sunday l aIcaSitIlt Wwlfe of Meredytb IDRiMst1ira1abOy rnspA asi ndLuvd Pink lij1ttrh from Louis r r ffeJaOdct and Ezra Comblv V Itft htw lait wetlp for plintont CSiMM i1 HiMM Valeria jand Jennie GIi aM RaylWeJIlpentl rTiJlbt with Iliiaes Bet J 1 ijyttiWl1 5i t ty I10 wPtte wedding V iwoiu 1S4 tear eUl l wsek tor JQlloois r UiM Eft Hingate Cecil and V T Marfar t Cutainger are the AIIl andaBims of ifHt pfMi6 syiltSMo Mm Ippa Sims of lllinofs k ftoithiict th familr of the Rev I 2 i j445s v Mr5ad Mr JeVomt Wo ner mfcichiWrfen pnt Sunday night mWM wdT with Mr and Mrs jT rBtrDefri riitar Spring r Jt By Avbtbcr GorraepODdent MJi Bill Birch spent llast- T WMta 1 itbhirlilte Mrs f i j K Wells I trPs 7 i fi 1 Those Who iM nded the party t IJ i IRoy Wallsl Friday night yf aa 41joafltt11 Fto MiesEsI le Hitgate spent last Vj j ji WMvkWUi bir akter Mrs Bob- S If1O i ijaiii of LooceaviIleS f WreKl1W toaV that Mrs fxuCoblnII able to be out t f 5510- l MIa Gray ad Mia Vale ria Gj4lM itrbav fI rsWrndbozncI a twf w o 4 hi4c MMl rt1oHat this irs ns ool er the Instruc- I i h PIQf MeWilltaiM and J t IJwith t su4suu Tbe patrocs of the k prh uivs aitiI 1 I1r1 e PlO I Iq JIP W sse is- 1 lite Wiiiw OWfin Fannw tftBate 14 Clo I ftwday arkrnoG j A NoUcocb5r 6y Clfii BOblttt aiivQiirf t Ply ct1e4 to see- MlwBfcf Wills imdiGeorgia Saito p Sun day afteriodn cCNrtipLLVdsy Tatham Spring sland Fehwick or rpIvil will iet ahed btf us la wJt1flgnd that would make t feel angry Forgetmenot iiifTwS Minutes iuj itc Qukkt Way to BrHkUpaCc1dl JAS j cpldinc- waterpourtipooHighome hold your head over the bowl sad cover head and bowl with wel Then breath the pletsant pent etrating antiseptic tapor deep into the lungs over the sore raw tender mein brane and inoflt gratifying relief will come In a few minutes Haydon Willett and druggists everywhere will sell a bottle of HYO tttiett diced there lis not a practicle of mbr habWfOl1Give it a trial it is guaranteed itIis rtiiepticsy of catarrh or any affliction of the eeand iSiioat in a few minutes 1 t SfRockbridge 4 Aslbave been absent for a lon time I wilF come again and- Dromfs tO be faithful o the Leader this year Mrs Emma Simmsj ofDekalb l is here ttsiting Mr and Mrs J A Sims and other relatives of this place Mrs Ben Crouch was called on last Thursday to thje bedside of ber little grandson Earnest- Oroncb who is seriously ill with typhoid pneumonia in Spencer I Ot2lflySPerkins Graham have their new store completodiand have a H1businesa willihave IMisMr Creath Dean surprisedtheirS i jersonvij rjlofrjlI farm Louisville on MARCH property 1 brown mare 8years old 10i hands high in foaj horse 1 bay mare 10year old about 151 band nigh 1 grey mare 7 years old about 15 hands high 1 bay horse 4year old 16 bands high Alt horses good workers and safe drivers 1 Cltibroc1 t 7iears old with good Jack by her side foaled August 17th 1910 f 1 4year old hdtse mules 16 r hands Mphi well r9ke 1 coining 5 yearolrffifcallibrt Governor sired bj thor bred Getncan Ooaphflpr out ot a rtiaIJJand fLexipCt9lilare16bands 1 Inch bigkVeil and and n xe l D- tIbreeileT4S ij iti Dean iand is attindustrions young farmer of this community fli- arnelrom Thompkinsyille about year aIfO and has gained many friend while inthiscoinmunityf Their many friends wish them bappinessIMr and MrsIvan Philips of Antioch spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr and Mrs JvR Jenkins I Mrs Mag Thompson has rent ed her home place to Mr Dee Shewmaker She had a sole on llast Thursday of tb j housepiqn Her and stock Everything sold well Mrs Thompson and child reDTom Leslie and Nannie will lleave for Springfield 111 the first of the month They are good neighbors and we regret to s IWorleyandspent Sunday with Miss Ethel Saterly Miss Del r Pinkston orWdtftU lUwPi has returned home after a few pleasant weeks withi friends iin this community We are glad to report Mrs Garret Clark Who has been ill for a longtime with bronchitis improving Qaite a Ji uiberoffrfenswere assembled at thehomeof Sims on last Saturday ig EditbI jreport an enjoyable tithe dHiiIIzel Thompson UedjOQ Mica rdayafterdoOfl Miss Maggie Hiatt parsed through our community Monday enronte tO Sit Zion where she willrbegin a subscription school Mr and Mrs Timber Harlowe were the gaests of Mrs Har lowsparents Mr and Mrs d A Sims Saturday and Sun day Well th sfsmyfirst letter to the Leaderlfor quite a while I wljl try todo better next lime Wishing HiJlBr rn8a1rd all other writers success I remain TarigleFoot Death In Koarfnirire- may netresult from the work bf fire bugs but of en severe burns areS caused that make a quick need Bucklens Arnica Salve the quickest snrcst cure for burns woude bruises bolls sprs It subdues inflammation Jtkills pain It soothes aq4hea1s offkIrt eruptions ulcers or sons piles Only 25c atHaydon lioberjt PUBLIC SALE Having sold my and decided to move to I will SATURDAY 4 1911- at1dxreloc amdnmy farm know as tte john Nally place offer fki rf tcr the highest bidder the following personal to are Jennet pair v kilt s- fari afternoon Drives 1i coming 6 year 61d Jl cir hands 1 inch hjjjh11 t 151 1 9crn t1C cow with a1fr 19ooc1jj errer 1 new Daering mow r and Deer Iing rake 1 new hiUsidp plow i 3 breaking up plows 2 dliver Gttilts and 1 Cnattanooga 1 light wheat drill 1 nejw cutting box 18J farm and log wagon 1 rubber tirebuggyS Isteel tire topless tiuggy 1 new runabout eo 1 onehorse surrey V Several sets buggy iajudHwagon harness 1 Organ good as new 1 sewing macbinS2 Tents LOcba1u I Household and Kitchen Furni ture and many other arti ilestqo nnoierouatp mention rUMsAsi 0f51O and under cwhf Over tbatam untInote with SM otiMt ihtolt atogtho aftferdate and bearrng interest at 6 percent fii Vvr t I WISEi8 HtC4MFBELL Auctioneer r JitseY talret1 in Su erset Mr and Mil Joe Polin spent Saturday andf Sunday with M r 1bPolinMisses Sard i Reed and Harvey Vanarsdale Returned to their homes afterfa weeks yisiifi in Harrddsbnrg UMrgrandfather j tfr obnGgsbtlast Sunday Mr Nafc hompson was 1in neJweekd j Mrs PipeflJ wbQ bas beenyisit iing Mrs Nap rSttan for the patweek has returned to her home inPerryvil1S bMissThursday nht with Miss Nan nie Thompson Rev Father Floodof tit Epse yisitedthefatailir MrJ 0 Bol in Tuesday Mrs Aliqe Thompson and daughter 10kbeli spent several days with Mis SB Thompson Mr Jameii QCpnnor who has been ill for nl e pist week is able to be put again WORLDS FAMOUS DfS REPS1ARES IIPFIQNa It Drives Aw y Stomach tiis tress intSa few Minutes Stopfi ieairtburnknd 1 Becl1inl r JhnitiIf you a atter with your stofqach you ought to know righ ntfW that MI6NA stomach tablets ztfi guaranteed byr Haydon Wllett jtoufe indigestion or an slckn i3 caused hi indigestion such as the ollowlnjr V Sick headicbe biliousness dizzi ness nervousness our stamb ler ntentatlon 4 food belchtng olsheavy feeling at pit of stomach yoI cIttugIf your meals ont digest but lie like a lump pi lead in your stomach Ifypuhave ioul breath and loss of appetite tUei chances are that a few MIQNA ifabletii will put your stomach In fineshiipe in short order If you or a ny of your family Buffer from stomach trouble of any kind get a 60 cent bok of MIONA stomach tablets at once ffBiydon Willett nad dniggisitjeYervwhere sell MIO NAonmoncbatkpa t f HIS iJSE WAS SAFES Sl lut His NirisI Were In a fetarf of CoW hIIlCllapl was sitting jon the veranda of a mining tcwtboel one afternoon a good manx jfeors ago said a veteran engineer aNT wa lazily Biuoklng oDe of the nicest m erscbllum pipes you ever saw when put of the tall of my eye saw ttxat a bad man down at thu 1otberlgh ei at rfp fblterez1 wifd lot around therp Slid couldnt tell Wbetbefh nieant to shoot me the l lpe5The chdnctSs Were In favor of the pipe however arid It seemjed a good chance to Iet riy nerve I made upj my mind to let him shoot nc1wpr tend a cnrefegs ajr but Im jelling you in the ten jlfteeii secondajpf waiting the sweat cittrie Qul at pvery pore und my heart poiladeil my ribs Hore Itelt a1 sort of tick at the owl of the piper beard tlie rick at thi gun and that a bullp hafll pissed through tbe pipe got te brafe wlth my hoods nnd feet and waited 1torq second bullet ted It went thrnnga tbb bowl after th first aati there until lila fourth bul let had bititha pfle and kriocked tbe bowl ofrtbtem and then the shooter auntered lip to me and laughingly said Excuaeje stronger but 1bOUJbtII It was ImltMilpn Same fyou are replied M1 glba hurt him but be was man enough to tell everybody about my nerve and tte joys chipped In sum dent nuggetf to buy me a new Mtl dollar pipe Say do you know what happened tb me when I mdde an ex cu5o to go upstairs after mjf old corncob J I bqctDOSDOQer got Into my room thaq my knees gave out chllla galloped upjny spine and Ill be kane sd If I dldfitt faint away att8 lie there for ten nuatites It bad nMenJy oc rred to tXetbl1t the bowl of thlW pipe was ux six Inches from my now while the felloW was doing his jshoot tog and Jjive hot yet got over toacM log my biMl organ BOW and Jbca to Me if It te safe i i6tTH GOODS Businesa Deal Between Potttr almor and A T Stewart At the time of the civil wait Potter Palmer was in the dry goods business i onMarshall Field were working for him Palmer wasnt so well known but ad a good reputation in the trade and be dfdnt have to Introduce him self when he called on old A T Stewart to buy some goods After some dickering they agreed upon the pricQ and Palmer calmly said tbqt he would t aitkettlolarge bill than Stewart exactly ared W sell young Palmer on creditlbut he Concluded to make the deal and momlDg11D t thej5oods would take big spurt up Stewart recognized 1a as soon as hei bad the nlwsnn he Immediately tthought of Palmer He also thought of the big bill of goods Palmer hadi of him It didnt particularly Stewart that thought didnt But it required only a few scratches of bs red head to fix things to his satis faction He would simply tell Palmer Uiat ho wasosorry but that he d1 fetibtlmt be C9u IdseltSUCharnsbUJ on Immediatelywby credit aud as be knew that PalID tI would be oIL Well Palmer tnlledh1nI la lila very abruptest manner telling reall1bttend credit for such an ampun Just how much does the bill corns toP said young Palmer eemlngly sor rowfullike lust HOX Stewart replied and then be stralgbtwajr gulped for breath s II young Palmer drew an Immense pocketbook from his inside vest pocket and opening it counted out and dollar bills and t 110tbooiiquietly on Stewarts desk you will kindly colirit them me a receipt Ill be obliged as 1 must take the next train bomeShJptliei i goods soon as you can sail whet s MwnElado AN ARTFUL REPORTER fibt the QH Klng Unconsciously to Submit ta an Interview ilaywrlght Eugeno Walter Js uum jbered amoug the newspaper men whb obtalnid the flrst interview with John D Kqcfcefeller Whentbe First IInterview With Rockefeller club Is formed Mr IValter will be one of the members1 This la b4w be managed It1n the ls wiiJi the was a newsp per re porter In Cleveland Walter was an1 extreVnely youthful looking ybung man He decided to Capitalize his puerile appearance or it was not jm1 zasy task enat that time td get Rockefeller to say anything He was dtterly 4improacbabien as a colored man once remarked Walter gut into the Forest HIlt grounds froa the rear and walked about looking at pe flowers and ihrubbery vvltli on apparent Jack of purpose just ak a boy wouldSv Rockefeller flcally noticed him gas llog abstractedly at a flower bed and went up to talk n liliri Ah mYOuel tyd began John D are you fond of floweray Indeed I ani ilr irqplled Walter In true McGutTey Header style Wen 1 am ulwViys Iglad to see n boy who appreciate the beauties of nature Would you cire to walk over and llook at the pond lilies 4Ahslr I should e ijoy that moreS than i can tell our Titus th cqrYrsat1onl Ice was tire ken find the youthful t sltor wall so enthufllustlc over all ho saw that the master of Forest Hill passed him bnt platitudes fbr about an hoyir The In tervlewer didnt urea haveApaskque r Uonaj Next morning WalterB ilnterylew vas the best thing In they paper wlovelaud Plain Dealer Looking Foithe Crazy OAs A woman gor off a DarbyTeat Thlrt t fourtli 811601 fiend Wctodland avenue the other tidy Entered te unl verslty campus and8tlrtcdt toward College ball walklug with brisk letE mlnatlon yet looking wpndenngly jInIj St1 youth quickly wet her and she aecoited ffm Young man she said will TOU please iellme where they keep the crazy onesr lWhwbat stammered the coil man She repeated her Question In what different form I want the Insane department sU said have a friend who iIs a nurseil there 1 thought Id niake her a lltti visit Isnt this tile Philadelphia pltairPhlladelphla Times i I Wait a Bit IgoingI tion at dark I ordered WaiterTlll fcpmebody ordcrx tho other half cant go out and kill half a duck Ipdo Blade- r 5J f5THE EARLY STAGE eye In Female Parts mnt tho First Enalith Actrw Not long since a critic notlclag the advent of auew Ophelia In London bVed that while the actreoa ac t oulcJhardlOphelia which was undoubtedly th- esec Inasmuch as Shakespeares Ophe lia was a boy either 4 chorlateror a Page In the service of one ot the thea ters patrons No English actress made her appear nce before the reatbrarion Hp Jan b Pepya records Xo the theater where was acted the Beggars Busblt be ltag rely well done and here tbe first time that ever I saw women come upon the stage But these it Is suspected were mere walking ladles A few days latter the diarist went to see a performance of The Silent Woman Among other things here Itrn tAr the boy tied the good turn to appear In three sbaiiea first as a poor woman In ordinary clothes tb please Morose then In tine clothes as a gallant soil In them wa dearly the prettiest woman In the whole house He bad a year before declared that KynastQp as OJyrapla made he loveliest lady that I oversaw In my life a The distinction4 of being the first English actress has been variously scribed toMrs Davenport Mrs KnJpp and Mrs Danes They all ap pavtestogetherwltb resees In Siri William DaVeaanfs rem 5tany being boarded In the managers own bouae14nd on Strnnd Mnga z gincA DOESTRATAGEM- iThrtvf javedHerh Fawn the iood Tbe1 following aiiqcdote la related by M xnaspall1t is worthy of com parison with tin most remarkable oii fiinstances of the same 1tud The author one day perceived a doe lIn full flight before two dogs In be Algle Woods that form a part of the forest of Chnntlllf The due was ac 10ungtavuwblcb ready to drop The moth r doubtless well aware of this slacken d her pace and presently stopped close to some thick bramble hushe She remained some time there with lowered head as If awaiting the onset of her pursuers Suddenly an Idea seemed to strlko her and with a butt of the bead th toseed ber fawn right into the middle of the thicket Then Jrat advancLDg gently as If to make sure lt was fell hidden she soon set off by rapid bonu s In trout of the dogs1 The latter bark ing close upon her heels abe mad a sudden bend and thus drew them tatS 0cmfedcame fainter anti fainter thpnllntIanimal having rtiniiitJcss iuVuii we ikUometcrs away into the Canurdlcrr peat bogsVbtrtthtodcJJ often losw the scent In tact tater they were BwiV sWorn lIngtp the vlllapp Innn rxlinuHlwl tin dltlon while tlu tPIjItutI inotlitr doubtless returned tin the bfislnntc jhiddenatfoa Ik1enti13iiiiegpyerheard And while ijmt down there Sn slums iIsaw u woman ecding thsr candyHto a baby tthat jooked as lt1t painted The cutest lIttle boy was cllmblogt a tree with overalls onJV I told John we ought to have oy ters for coHipany on tbe half shell uHeguvp her thtf cotfee while she was waiting ot tbq counter in a tin can ij s big fatiiiau rode by on a skittish horse with tt1 nose that was srtfled of the jr cnra- I just love to see the soldiers with their guns la khaki suite dont your Ij dontow hLeuarnebuthelthe lawyer who jut next to te llady l a In IIwhtteII He ls tho wU n that hells lace with 1 Wspch1 1NotForHlm osald the theatrical taanagcr who had gone to look at a fine place onthfeseoshorc Wouldnt take it at any prf eIts beautiful f admit aU you represented it to be but I never could be happy here why notr asked the real estate agent Youll never have a chance to t get Another such bargain Look at thb splendid beach tireathe In tbe pjre air Everything Is perfect Prom your ntaudpdlht yes But tbt lighthouse just Across the bay enjoymentIneYercQnld jenuBiberlng other light housesobl fcago RecordHerald Just th Other Way Rudyard Kipling was oace vIsIHi at a country house at Wick Miss Dorho thy Drew the famow graaddaught- erofo Gladstone theim iittIegIrIwaf talo ta1IngSbew scot Into the arden with tIm aistlBufnbh author Later on when the otHt grewBUpo Joined them little MI5KflOt7IWSbsked lhOJe yes IplIngrS 1 I No but he boried1Ime td htfwLIyt s the POQtPt mid l7 test frOm prv1 crs 5Ii i eet 5jodorIDc DO caTus it Ja adeI baysae dSect Ga liar ssIsr acs ii Ny OIL I I AUTOSHOA- PlMOr MoM15 iS19fl I ALL THAT MCWC T t I ftTAMIft NO TO MOTOMNtt H DCCQBATX MoaT EIkOllTE IcwPaAyUl IAPTLRNo6c A CAW QF LYCWili 1t fttJi Harmipo Lift la Ireland is never devoid et thehnmoross Wd whea AdaJriXtk B otatahare He narrates In Two AdminOa d swvejwaged5 of I IycerIn For purpose of repair iw dlrpcteb a porfloa ot the cargo to anded e l and stored and thought no more about it What wa nay astonishment nex i ton1Ivery life faa in danger from the deadly compound stored under 61e at t eplceThe sectt theft health officer to Stop all dls charge of cargq atwl to remove the vessel to the outer anchorage and tIlt people gathered at the jstreet corners In agIatedcrowds to meet their oom In ComtQrtab companionship 1 valn yi contended that it could be nothing but pure glycerin Pure glycerin is it said the chair manWelJ theres mighty little dif iference between pure glycerin sad impure glycerin andjtbe ship must be ot rctbefore we have the place1 blown agoat onrean All 1 could say was Well geatlg piefi If it Is nitroglycerin blow WUl explode it I propose that a casl should be puTjn a field and I will flre a shot at it Will this satisfy you After mucL aeUKeratlon Ifate hand 80me1rrer wjas accepted 1 shall neT er forget that proceesoQnor the ago Wf15Ij aedl for its reception as If It had been an Invalid in the last stages of disease Patsy and Jlai Dempsey had great courage entirely was the couimeut of the crowd as they followed at what they tellevpd to be a safe distance We wended our way hrto the coon try attended by the prayers and blesst jJogs of all tiie old women of boti exes whom we tenlUutcLilndthe ilded pinnacle was put on the tcrrof When la lifting the epic Into the Odd tar frow all human habitation ono of t bcanrs stumbled and almost feU e turned tf rare pf wan appeal to heaven as he recovered himself But we got it there lean still re call he town council crouich1nganion- the brambles of a distant hedge and Watching with expectant eyes and manifest Intention of Instant flight Tbe shot hit the cOlt fair aid quare and n mid an awful silence a few slow ttears of glycerin oozed outtSt nnt trickled down Its slile That was niL To toppfy the Dgmnni Father said the youth ftQla eo legeour profecMr Myk thersni bellnnytneretS Mebbe DOt said the old pan batISc wouldnt lose any sleep overthenever there Is a demand for It ycm haps will raise itr Atlanta CoBstitii tOlL Thel TrewltJ1 Ntl afraid I shall not lIe We bere1 on tonight said the leading ldy- WhsitgtbettoubieraShodthesou J brette r t 5My underatudys sick and theylt have to close tbehoue if I taIl to ap pearjChIcago RecordHerald tlunkfui FirtThe First Horst easSIndignity th ill Heter put upon us The Second Uorabati4 tlwt The First DonterllfVyll ver can fl us to drag a t lld alrtlilpjOat of a aflwjr CtevetaiMl Pk1h lliil fiJPet ticMIa wlwMy iwUef I jtIWu att JntsaeckyWsIi- ers 7YoGosh J l Wee viiwk- oiksrcIesta4Lei PsftT sk as tse ttw 1 iw Mtbsei jatIt esS ataje sts JSI54 LA Zfcoatof rN rt I bs swcs1 bq ab is aw Mat ta tho A5t p1mceJxtorTisnty sadStep rlSOLITE OIL ik tOUISYILLE GOETHE ON J HAMLET Tho GStz1 Analysis d- M Mas DIII8re ft flgatg to yourself tbia youth tnto lvldiybringthn observe IwHti he iern hat lila fathers spirit walks ftaitd hja fore him 1iin ute terror oit the night Whea the Venerable apifit appear Over kim A horrid h dt p over hint be palca to tit luyalerkma form he sees Itbecko te htm be loa JIt the summons to reveafc sad the plere lldfe oft repoateA pcmyfef Remember me And when tha sheet haa vanished who Is It that aiaada before w l A young hire paattec for TopgoojacoT Not Treubl ant pstoeilesest take hold pf the solitary ycra aC man Ho grows bitter gitat a Hlaf vIllaIns swears that he will set ifolgot the spirit Ai1dcOAcl a wkk the algnlfl cant ejaculation IiILtSTbat11 these wor s r lasgIne will be found tint key to Haatlef whole pro dui To CM X fc efthat Shake 5par meant la tMtca to r greatsftt pciffortnance of It Ik tbto view the Whole piece iteiM tto W composed There J an oak tees pisa84 Is a cost Ij laP whichioeld hays crsw only pleaau ftowen k Mi bsps the taexpu4tJte Jar ia sMvered Froa WllhtJBt Muster SACKIM A THEATER Tr1biiMlsie fiM emos YkIS usa Keve k an a Eeestf tito a a theater ta New yprk from Ga ietteof May a ITfi Th play dTOrtiWfa b acted last MpDaayTeHtof IwvlBV lYe offena io seiry and Myers InhabItants of tthte city who tho flit It highly tav prope r that s ck aalertalMMts shooM be exhibited at this uses of public resst when great ssahers o poor pee ple can scarce Had moses of subsist ence whereby iny ponwiia might b emptedt tto neglect their boaineaC ar squaader that B ney which la uces atry to the payiwsBt of tiMto debU an the rapport of their faii lMM a rumo waaspredabontthewethtJfthIywent rith aesedteturfoance fremtho multi deSparttbbse o from going Howevor KMini n opl came and the i ljIqWrapo fbternmtCttbY1beolMftttl tVtk burst open the doors and entered iriti nofee and tnmalt The suilloece es ap4 la the beet mkaer Uwy could Many lost thelrlwts and other aftkl of raIniest A W11t Ms skull free tnDDIsorely HtuejOd1ttJ1I1t1iLl But beard of BoUrJoel TW noltlrod Immediately1 d4ollehd the use cai ricd the pIece to the common wNi they consuHied them In a b flr SS Q ea aWf Hrt MoAiefi MM vr chlldrea ptayod a trick oil othec tv tilac 7tt1teUnittsss ekeersea l ifsNwfibllhJa1heco WkMW7 sIdnt t Myjm1a set o eNa oc1ffrIt itibt lp ASwiiiithi o8dthrtbeTaac tos bl gottter aj 4Tssoertthe irfoaaloa UTM in OWl ha x y j t r 1wI T r iiT T T J ft 1 BUTO ltCMT CHINTIeVT L t hTIIJfiiACflD PAIN IIi a J Ikpa4IN vZRIIG11JfDij nTt pPi Strictly LaL fe f ItI r PirMc1I- t m I il c nlUvlifT 17 D t f1 d 1 14 anfiiJ ri ri bBos iio rs to 9 a Lt2p1i HiydF0010 1w 1IIfJ II RI r f iro L 4ic 4JiC ir1I a H iI In iFGR1G8BY r jI 4 it AlTNIYATsLAW p 1fIiI i PINeFI3LD XY Pit f 6 1il tHOovc R4 Cro Dr i t f ibbMi Iyatt1OO 4 I JIA 12 4 0u p t t4 F JOHN Y MA1fE5 ttLt fUIIIl rnLCTOI i kfJ i O1ICEIEFMIAE1D I t Ti iEPttOMK it r 4Y ei NISHT74StL r 1 I21JGFLD i IJ k j t i iT VE f TRUSTy PRACTICALt kITISTll fi i OCk eyetRaY4o a k Barber PsT workafrreasonable price All TOk g ranteedv i PRINFIEriD KY 1fi f 1iyt iZ R ti 1 kb FiliopiNfl is the timeiscbedule ci Jtw jiieJect cm the Bardstown J Il all Bprlifieid branch railroad Mp 4lVLeave Louisville at I 4W p st Bar town Junction t UPJDij Bardstown CC6 p mf arrives at Springfield 6 5 p stf KP 42 Leavcs Springfield M 6OOs Br4e4own 645 amj ArJUrtixws Junction 7t80 a tnjanVee at Louisville 820 a in k Ker 48 Leaves LPnisvUle at I L 720r a1 j Bardstown Junction 856 Bardstown 1005 a ua arrives Springfield 1140 p m v Np 44 Leave Springfield at lOOPi Bardstown 220 p mil u 4rdstowm Junction 410 pJt arrive at Louisville 545 p n t5 t The Practical Goal t M1 JsJes Renartl walt tbe mayor of 4I eloSunJClMKCri cud thW is tBe sort of things hi7iwe4 togtv the peasants WriUa f ttW1 Journal OfflcleJ posted ap tie aUt the malrte and which M acer 1UMob said f 1 had forgotten the goats One of tbeffi ever RI86ee a number Standing its kind5lcg with its front Ipg- srftlBR I tomtLe poster lit mprII Its Jwruuuil beartf from thbt tllett ttUk tiONuld wonmn rrndlug Wlittn t batel finl tirtlltntllu11t the otHcIal j tS sbeet baa it ujuwtlzlng ijiuoll of fresh 1ritipttste tin juatt iirat After nnlirl jll irlJog the mind tui iiut feed tlii tmtiy ThuR nothing in fUlfIl Jji the commune C fW atlPlty sail non rCi1dln L- J hate nut the stiminih of tbb pnictkal goat Thoy might then ent Jht biwlcs tlllyhljrl1d bay raonv uqd xo tho I wan of letters poukl In the rnd be 0 able to eltlubl niru raris Letler- ctoLondon Globe r The ff In ffarlngton a 1he spelling of the ancient name ttrartngton witis ths141u11 afmmtl 71not manurtcrtptHlH nierely the rcten J Lion rttil old form of capital W ILeed4 of tonveyame In the tine of lienlnud Ill recite Oeorse of e i Great Uritaln JTrpncp nnd Ireland iy uklBf etc The form rtitrtd Out there t fore be iue to Ignorance atf has bees vAIP g M formIn days when gentlemen ofW Kt v 1e1ee genilemin of quality such iii 1 t a BjMHtiKlffdefdH eoiId hardly arise r fron lack of ii knowh dpe of spelllar J rt The farlnKtoa of Worden Hall Lea tAc f u hlTeiprefer llkestveral other wet 1 luwwil ianUie Including the ffolkea and Kreuches to retain the archaic l capital tfTbt family truce i heir J descent from IlUKo de Meejte who l ca ejt0 England tvlib the Conjiuerop awl they kvf 6wn awocIafjMl to k Rwlih lilt court arssy und SS y itAircfiaBd with publIc lfLondon Crt Jeurnet f t L f Af1 li J J i1l r CSASTORIAi Il n bYIr7sAIvsishuiIp 11hot ir 7 I TOWN k4a4iuuu UU u Local Happening of Interest Oll- Tile Frtand Latest i I ftIeKdi 1lAIIAfY r 1tl Call 202to fet tle best Basal of all kinds 1FOR SALir Ten 1Brr old males W HLeacl aR FOR S A t6 good work borns Campbell Bro Best steak at all tinea at Carp friers oppositel Tapps table Brn to the wife of TOCaapbeU a girl Alsol o tfte wife of W R fielec aa a girl FOR SALE Two good Jersev Ilk cows PfDerrinfer FOR 8aLZ20O bushels of Otthi bwehf perLTo p bcia1imocikmypira- heep r mmt be dipped in an ap proved dip Use Minors Fluid Hajdom Robertson FOR SALE One good brood are and 1 good work horse mulel S M Campbell FOR siit brood oWl due tiiaKrowJMaichlst W G Graady 2 roow for rentt on Min street Apply to BMCampbed White Rose best tor bread Ben cskeIPolitics have disfavored Ben Jdhoeoa while quality make the flour a favorite FOR SALE Square piano cMQft ior l1iDK1 Is lack of- OGrnfOti t4 Apply ttthisc office nferiit maketFOR SALE 400 bushels of nice Orchard Grass Seed at 160 per bushel CaU at once L A Burns Pure Pekin D 1ckItor sale at 50c per setting OAR NEIKIRK r4Fok SALE 400 bushels machine cleaned good heavy plump early black seed oats xv- r PS Barber geeI what Mr W TrOhlUon Secy Ky Sheep BrWders A so elation M14 about Ivors FidM ft dip In free bfikletatour atQre flaydon i KQberteen 1CourrDominics church wis wwl1atronized There1 waian excellent supply of provisions and lbout 125 was realized Jx SWEET CLOVER SEED sow in with wheat rye or in pastures in March with oats in April or harrow in by litself in April or May Seed 5 meaauredbushel- Boknara Seed Co Falmouth E3SFOR SALE thoroughbred Bronze Turkey Gobblers as good- as 3rciti can find anywhere Also Indian Runner duck legs 50 cents a setting Also Buff Ori pington pullets and copkiireU JF KEENET r5 The Allen Vaudeville Co which has been at the Opera House during the past week is still giving a performance each nfght The admission is only 10 cent and thq show seems to please everybody Mr WF Neikirk was hetle last week end was at Kirkland investigating th1ire which de stroyed the store at that place ills Investigation led hIm to be lieve that the fire was of acciden tal and not oflincendiary origin Rev Father A 01 Keraan p P died at St Louis Bertrands ittLoaisviile S nllatafteraD illeKSM o tuberculosis Father Kerjian was forty four years off age 4nd a activei of Ohio His brother Father Joseph Kernan of fit Rose was at SIb bedside when the end came FOR SALEA 2yearoid stal tjoaii hrif fit sorrel flax mane andI t41tl61 llpko Pearland ot of a GoIdMt js are 15t Hands nd 1 NortbOlti pike JE WE5TLY SprlngfieW1g I TO pIeS I f MMH liiiiil Teet iiiJSrl tra ted dut PAIN or i GERiI 1henPlatc81 ALL WORK IDong In this office Is firstclass I ivcrtlaediiI vcrtlaedI1- 3p1RflelJ I Kv 1 TTIIr 1 Askyopr Live Stock Inspec tor about Minors Fluid An approved dip tnat will cure and prevent scab and kill ticks and lice At Hayioa fe Bobcrtsons FERTILIZER The Fish and Potash brand made to grow to bacco We illhaveA carload March 1st Ccmeanasee us m time McClure Mayes I The horse sale at the stable of Mr R 0 Boblitt on last Satur day was welll attended the J crowd In town being equal to a county court day crowd There were a great number qf horses offered for HIe and a large num t her were disposed ofII The posioffice at Fredericks town was discontinued February oneoftbeoJdestpOtolicy wag one of the few offices in l small towns tbat was continued j after establishment of the rural free delivery Persons who have been receiving their mall at thiiomce will now re ceive it on rural route 2 Jon Jas Garnett of Comm bia1 who is a candidate for Attor ney General was a town Monday shaking hands with the voters Mr Garnett is well knorni ever the State abd is an able lawyer If nominated he would carry tbe strength of the Democratic party and would make the StteIan excellent official I will be back home Saturiay fro Lonisyille with another nice bunch of horses and cheaper than ever Here are some of them 7yearOldroan mare 16 bands high and heavy in foal 1 nice chunky grey mare family t broke and 1 nice stylish ivear old bay mere 2 heap mares and 2 cheap mnlestdgood leaded j BYON PARKS Uvwry Firm Changes tJ L Boswell Cot have aoldJ their livery business on Main Cross fit near the depot to Messrs B C BobbttLTt Brown anti Neal Boblitt Poss ession has already been given The new firm will be knswn as Boblitt Brown Uoblitt Mr Boswell has been connected withI the business for some time and was a successful lIyeryman Tho members ol the new firm are all experienced men in the livery business andwe predict for tbemmachsuccels f i Elect Officers A meetingrof the stockholders of the Washington County Fair Association was heldat the office of Judge B L LItseyon last Saturday afternoon Mr T CI Campbell1 who has sqrved as Secretary for several years past resigned and Mr T Scott Mayes Was elected to that office for the present year B L Litsey was reelected resIdent and W D Claybroolte Treasurer An ex cellent Board of Directors was elected They are all men who are interested in the liye stock industry of tne county and it say be expected tbata success fill lair will Q held again this year Circuit Court Circuit Court convened Mon daywitu Judge IBlhurmaA presiding The grand jury was empanelled and 9a vigorous charge given byjCounty Attor DIY T S Mayes in which he wentifter law breakers without gloves He dwelt at somd length on sections of the statute to which especial attention is di reeled to be called especially the law against the carrying of cdhcealed and deadly weapons He declared that the nonen forcecaeat of this law was the jcavse of almosttevery homicide that i i commttted The follow ing gentlecnen composed the grnd i cry 8 G Hardeety Keut BianturJ J D YanUey fid Yucuui JBtitrif ird Turner DO Derrjnger John Anderson J P Eiclen B So WarnerW P Kelly wT iimtreau John H Brown H The following ks the petit jury John Carey BaJph Hickerspn Funk T 1II Wheatley W IJW J E DerringeWMer rtt Hungate R4L Arn 1 0 M Graham W W Bayhourne f J Sharp Marshal Keeling Jas ArnoldqL Grnndy John W Foster Jerome Col vm J S Leachman J 8 Clements Isaac Carney Ji A Jaaes J B Rose E P Uedlman C M Wil liams Hubert Virgin Great HogSaIeSOne of the largest hog sues ever held in the State was the sale of Duroc Jerseys held r at baths of Mr E 8 Mayes on last Tuesday 4 large crowd in at tendance and anionglhe number were some of th0 most prominent bog buyers pf the country as Mr J Q Kerfopt of Elizabeth town Ky MiR Jb Saunders Pf Pulaskii Tenn Mr Sam Sulli van anclIOnqt Bloomfield Mr G P Adams ipf Louisville M- rJB ntMaud and Mr Dale There wore 48 head sold in all at an Average of 8480 85 head were registered toCk were averaged 4940 per head The highest bog sold was a yearling gilt which sold for 1140 Mr Mayes has been a successful raiser for some ears and it is a matter pf pricT to tho people of the county that hebasturnedI his attention to fine breeds This is the jfirst hog sale of any Importance that has been held in the county and 1erejoice that it was such a success as it will go a Wng way in estab inK the reputation of the county for the prodaction of fine hogs Cure Scab by with an approved dip Minors Fluid is an approved dip Sold byHaydon sopober Ntice All person bavtDK caims against the ek ttate of Mary A Rowe deceasedt wil present same to me ltbrlyprven on or before Marc ti 51911 John W Gordon Admr tb tvit tAi PCNi1PL4S i Mr Forest Cecil of Union own has turned to this county i Commbnweal tbs Attorney C S Hill of Lebanon is hare this week TTff ReV Fathers Michael Jaglo wicz and Igna ins Periuspf St Marys were iii town Monday MrC HjMclntire aid son Chas are sen ting this week visiting relatives in jeade Mr and MrS John Off utt visited relatives jhere Sunday Mn J M ent Sunday in Danvil rmith8 Mr Berry o HnrrodsturgJ town Mon daySMr and Mrs John Mahon of Lebanon spent Saturday with Mr E S Mayes Sr Messrs avis Bohon and George Bikejj of Harrodsburg were here Mphday Miss Susiei Moore has returned froth a visit ip1 relatives in NeK SOd County Mrs E LDavison left this morning for a vsit to relatives at Lpuisvallej l From there she will feo to North Carbiina fori visit to frlen4v Miss Emma Leachmata of Louisville isj visiting her sister Mrs C B Jeffries Mr Will Din and son Kyle of Blodmfieldt visited at the home of Mr JiK Kelly Ira8MaryiBatemanand Miss LillianFunkj have returned to Louisvillei after a visit to rela t Yes here Mrs Kate Williams his returned frota a trip to Indianapo Us CinInn4IWthLou1ivIIleMrs Miss Nannie Gpddloe Sunday Mrs T WiSimmh Sr enter tained At euchre Saturday Mr J SHuKbeJof Bloomfield was 14 town Saturday Mr Leo JIaydon apenb one daylastl week n lipuisville Mr EJ Grape of Nelson county wa intowa Saturday Mr and J4r8Earneet Thomp son of Bar stowp visited Miss Carrie Edefon Sunday Messrs 3f Chas Green and LJc Fruok Wit e t attended the Mas qaeiadfa Bait in Bardstown Mr E N H uhdley iOt Lebanon attended County Court Monday Mr and MrsJ S Claybrook were in Bardstown Sundayi Mr G3 Cunningham was ID Lonisvilloone day this week Mr alilMcElrov who his been ill isMmproving Mr Jas Wall is i11aU his home on Lebanon Hill 1Mrs A C KImbill who has been quite ill is improving Bob Langford formerly pf thfs couuty i but now Bqyleoovnty was here M niayi r Mrs T S Mayes and daugh ter Mist May b ve retafned fjtom Lexington Hon Sam TSpaldin of ebj anon was in tWiM idoj DA Jt H Lampton8pent part of last week is Louisville Hon S A BusselVI of Lebanon was in town Monday Mrs rS McElroy who bad the misfortune to have her shoul der dislocated a few weeks ago is improving Mrs W E Selecman Mrs W 0 McOhord Jn and little Miss Sarah Selecman Litsey left this morning for a trip of several weeks Florida s Mr Carl Herbert Cooksey andI Miss Essie Hnngate were mar- rIed in Louisville Tuesday Mr Cooksey Is a son of Mr Pres Cooksey AQd Miss Hufngate ilJthe daughter pf Mr Meredith Hun ate The season of property loss from lightning is at band With the coming of spring comes the electrical storms and this is followed each year by ah fin creasing loss to property owing to the increased number of large buildings and the gradual de througbouttbStte as Natures conductor for the electric current Practically the unanimous opinion of autboriiies wo have given the subject careful study and consideration leads to the conclusion that science today offers almost a positive protection against prop edy10Si from this source through the medium of improved andproperly constructed LIght- ning Bods ThIs losa baa been so enormous and has increased so rapidly with the decrease of timber that the importance of tbe subject baa ledcieot1oIn vestigation to be made not only bytbOlewhoara interested in a commercial way but also by our own national government and in a recently jsaued pamphet by the experiment station at Wash ington the value of properly erected Lightnin Rods has been very strongly urged and has even gone as far as to adopt a system of protection from lightning for all the buildings in the various yajds of tbe US Navy The competition in the insur ance business toda1i so strong that all insurance companies are endeavoring to furnish protection at the least rate possible which ftill furnish them a living Ioan1meanspears to nake property 1 1Iliable to destruction by 11iiis given consideration by them iii making rates oThe Lightning Ro4 bulD8rI today is carried on loJlegitimate way and Lightning Rod cai be purchased by the farmer today forp rea80Dablepricesii any other commercial product and farther than ibis the pub lie is safeguarded through beI fact that almost all concerns havelocal business dealers acting as their agents who erect tbij rods and this gives the guaran too of the business methods through people who are known within the community The ex penis of erecting the Lightning Rod Is so small compared with the property loss as to be in worthy of consideration Exi i SIve a OI Mylaiy I want to thank jrog from the bot tom of my heart wrote S B Xiter- of Lewisburg W Vauror the wp erft ul double benefit I got from Elec- trIc Bitters in curing me of both a severe case of sttiuach trouble and of rheumatism from which I had been an almost helplen fofferer ior tel Jean It sultedcaN as though made just for me1t For dys pepsia indigestion jaundice and to rid the system of kidney Palatos that cause rheumatism Electric Sitters has no equal Try them every bot OalTjIiE RENT8 roOms on first floor bern aBdorobarr410 It month Aboye graded school Mrs Sallie Epptron r 1ISpRIIIiSTY 1 E 11o I I III 1 t i t I r fllf t4 t J14 i i j 1 atthisgore t I ftr r 4 t4 lfJ t SI H tIt 1 J JI JrS1r a fJw tI m l Sb l J h aixl Coat at HALF P1RKE QiiMrens r A Cloaks 1001 8OIdfOl 20 tr t to 4cm IIOOaysIysIINevr Wai Papetj Carpets RIMS Uhoteunis pWowSfade f B r v on Lace Curtua II I w Clnlliiim 1Jcts Id n f lJbivT haceo Caiyas1fIoweg price I THE i RbERT8OWCLAYBRUOKEgO 1 INCORPOIUTED J Ad IJ E- 4 MADE ooOAAciiT- b OIl YMtt S iicWll t4i L Htf- tNatQa cetIt Is pe14 la- scb caw th 34 Jeees-wo has worked oa the It Oete ste PBobse t aM die K Jeta MC to my ays ef l bertf witd tvait a week at a tfe or M SMW ws il Uke all the knead aaeMMr Ikej sea aad coSTee aai s ea tkrevfk the MH of fare O ce Is awblls gmtftttf before tbed tet UckeA Isyle tktir rsf lar wiiter aI4Ieqme feUew wssIM kkk aebM t Ute re tie kesf keea hired te 4e stb1gt elee er kVc be kaateH tf hVdCeSk sajrkew T bem tkere were rmetleM l1MiIweM SW isbthf IbM began bet and rearing awl 4se4 4aInto akill rwtmi Ibsaks I M kv CMleM oM lesi all let 55M Mtwe sad fatU ele KetrwWIL-We Jet back te cassfi ee alM te tad 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i t7 T I t J Icstored 5 A =be II nws a great awBcJs in tor IsI JUlsarorttch Tbe Ant pros to tt t t tato ts room wi ftr i Ifff wa we Mt qaljr a janrtsc of tM mm NtpltttMurjr ditte M UflMttf t io df tfFri IaIi i t 1T1I 7r 6ii Pw ap KrntteliJr t fa ajaroManlBe of this Out Kb I 1 4 IWaat7osasakWV I MI Mt traitor for I catered I k- ll t nausiabit dsSsr f 1i1 Iaeur cw Uw iMMl i tM JIII 1s M4 eIWu 1k of tf k Mrt 1cf-M 1 f 1 Idabostthdrtotwhk- r tj 11MI MIll a bir toat word jit aay Toctort WM ajptfed iVf b4 s it ittL Jf JHtJ tsw axt canr of political prte r rs t J KalsapocMs4iS I JSo J j M w dId bad wtOI it iW w dthrnNt k IUVj iytact12I taafl t iJC k kkkte aathUt good kad bbUOtod Uls tnd habssP I JJI i H M cIt lilt tttM b 17q i Up day whII Kltoarcfitcji was lhodIag kqP eaasa end a atfafct tm a ietat ptpe naming psatbppesotI J tIItt thooglit iiothteg IC tt I t wev Ire lID qwck t p tetbersand two vrh +fX when he knew that some 4wa irfriklBK the pipe either above aeI byINWSS S p4p eD IIHI4MJ to asaII AM UM MviMta would f heard IB oth r t tads Jolt 1 f tkk tM nrO ItrOkea t er t ji- i 4ar say special persoa bit a ffBfraa vRatM for atteatkm Prs4Iyths y f S btu to Indicate letters under til it f Tb terr twa 11t rlsAUIhI awKfMtao Pail si2t t i aaametRIa oM Kabwira i1 Tltch did opt coeaMer for a moment 4 that H ow was cflllnx him But qd t 4 KidsatpvkCh were t t lie paiiaatonIabed Be land rryJ Mi4ds tl tbe iiiofti and svM PMfIi tv k c0sI4ve any tUliHCl jI ee MBMBleate to him The 4JJi ly ttitpasd ta lila cell tb Sham 1 wItbof LIO- I wIth thfcWr Ceiled out Ue words W s Intq Tka antCwtr caised Ktsaryft Jo iIktJilMaI oisisd- IIr ecIngs Hd aa4e 11i a s11jIaa l 1MNcBe The aims given WM that o- fJecs4cck jr Ws asrdiek sqI uIlMt of bat fl TAp I JI t1ic trJiIwM tM use What ecttwas tkM I 1 KtWt eeadact It hMjrtre thj J i JMF frisais la theIr coafldence In bu sa Mtere aa that enough trac men sod WHM as ito iMk JtM1A f t fU trk 4M rail teok p kill shoe and tetegraph i1i J 4MflIew3it r o wbobqra7d I jj TW aU1fM Calle Yoa were Bt L p fl iafjiKf coPffl9nL Ar t 4 tl j t ou dtodIr-SI i11111 ft aarw9L 1t tIIccrate p4cos 1ip you the 101 + T ig tU 1H1eokneTi iU c n z1icra fr Yjut w- alar4ttI ahdsststconit F f Iie CIthgoveruestt 1 Interin1ng r 04 sybsstIea adaade a mE f bars ptraoB Ht ef the tlrele sad who t 1f 1 t f et ex fI v aMbsrt save yoo U fOfJh dlffereat caoa for rejoicIng-a l 11al jrt factfthag- t apsd4Ge ti8II- s act f treachery for a pmfpos 4w tbeeIC7Of alt the moments otJ Nt iIK1IoTJch2s life thIs was be kppIut e fpaphed back 4 4 glory ia py svfferiBgs since t r have MtW vy frieM aid have ray eiaiJMM Is y4 ireBtbredt 45MrXvkHT had promised tile xila ft IlI4I bIx a isppoaei Uou1tl vavanimeBt very much defrlfeUl Ea Th E t sInsbtkastf titprteei JJtat t lofiret f k jL aiwrbe obtained ac 0 mjg ta KaJsaroyttch and scwed per Mit Int I ct Ii et thpovgb bkinfloeoca When the two- I ft be7n4tJae prIson jriards the frUderacM and lle1 reacls i Tlwadep There polldcal eidlea who jjffBBds to reach 7 h to BOW WQT I hy the revoiit J jINdt t c fId Il 4ii Y 1 c r tr rti 5Si L 1 if I LiEr J 1 4 7 hVEnyWpiIat =KlH4sJ CM s popAIIIIII I miI i trbetiiJiia i i II itfitI e akHM whoa DiMladay turn blf- INck tll ei overelgn to whose court he te Kc p Mte4 The wode of procedure generally speaking is as foll lows When tbeaidteacI la atjan end the auuaIr wa Wbe sabaacdby- ifGt i When dWet j abaaeador bows retires three paces bowi again retires three paces bows a third time tirns on his Heels sad ka cJ u the reigning sovereign Is a wo man lb tT9tthis beck would be discourteous to oI WM1t i4diWtO 5It1 vOfe teal d orre = 1Ii a tr1b eye n thesdverelgs and ETi totluY tLi toIri1i priv e l J r 11 hiss LherrIltb beIusle i tntthe- prence1 throiig folding doqrs- bi iit wtib njIWfor him No one save an ambassador can 1ij ls pdUege the tIo t2asynon tilaIIatltlwn O e JbUsatIIe0ie eIcJo tke ru1er Ithe right demaodlng admission to th- eertiy hoaeoCy or Btgli Iils was e e of UI resaoss why Abdul Hamid when sultan of Turkey evoet the rsIM4s otof mIssIonat Constaritiiiiople to an embassy ItSois decidedly inconvenient at times to seethe HrtcaBrePreataOyeit all T the Euiesa the lost Jaipdrtaa feae of thtabassioe s nikup lawnorcL I erethe lIade ol tb sword te a rapier blade with the point blasted It has been facetiously ob served abroad that the use the i1I n Ii 1 swordIC Ui1fJIJI5 ip lbri aasi1 the ktaIiee pethig rev One d- lot1mtJwIeto Mie his bills on tIIi ltf aot otherwLqe- engaged and tOt a Iongb1Ie 1wa- sa1sg wltt1cIom oftke corps dl fcwwtiqa ib JBnrbpe that thelailtan ambassadors used their Srprds to lie JI1atjrleB iof their weapNsliarpers- Weekly t ntEmmats Presanca Mind iL ptory to toldl of Robert Esamet jrhich proveaJila secretiTe pp er arid unfpgehemIstry RttertUet l lowed af Iarg ffluantlt Qf corrosive lcJOoUngcovered his mistake and knew that death must shortly erisutSunless be in stantly swallowed the4hly antidote chalk Timid men Woujhaye torn af fgf one aadlnp noise ourKstcailng down talr fkrid Blocking the front door atlintothj tablecraped 5om I chalk which lie knew Bothere uiul neptrallzetbePoIson1 Quesn EflubetkAmuist- Qaef ilbet1iduriog her last III iWorearounaher aeck a charm badbfDpq111UtJaWtO Wala who ed l as4qMiobegLTkeIt 1 rokjvail and Eliza th notwJthstnadi r talth Ill the Miana nottbqiyf alckeed but died During th ilplague InifSiondon people woreSaaaulitif totkeep pC the dread de rtroyerf Amiilets of orsjeitewere worn afar the heat QhlIof quicksilverl were bung around theneckpnd also tbcpowder of toads V t VJ NeSWllUnllltAll tIseAJlffi carmQe8srMsalfethe little G r oo1ng1oudreamiJythd over the ecean wjcn it was calm like this all the way over Do ou mean twl there as no jwell even In mldoceali 2 asked her companion who hadver crosBea aiL ANo no swelling at all was the r- eP New York PressM Wi4irehTiDiffr IaekW1dcs are wiseihat aids Tofilyflattho a good Chance gqbyinklnRr that a better one will torao2h1 IcMvayChP cago taws ij ft1f UnT be 4Mi4iatien JUdg Boss thief Ure toundl anythingtosonJtfrthoI want your hoss t stOIeCIevelUbd1Leader- 7 tit Well Qualified r Why doyou apply for a position as bossofihtoijapg Have yonder bad any experience i s4 s Bossed my son after jie grew np 1 f v ic ualoEzproua4ie1 oo i therncS xpey o kp lueWjJ YOspOit biis1kqt w W tkretarSt I bzzyat ie iIIII t Is usalsirjibk aIr 6e bmsipt S v DIiaeonQ K =I iRip f u t w udtks t h ruiJih T ti r W II lilt 1t z llLiIIiA Ij FW Itr idltIie t IlU A WorW lld j p rs MYFELLOWTIAMPDuring oars first visit to Paris lri uralfc lug through Europe I badl trumpet through Switzerland und climbed the AIM aa4jjB aewiaboutt1 descend t IaS1wnyStu Paris to tiOI4t a realJecllSWiean far it to MontbardflJI looked up expecting twfeee a we man Instead the person who had addressed me was a young feTfow appar entir abut twenty thougHthere woe hbtva slaot balrjpnf his face and be roldel1ICiMontb rectly north otus You cant dlstin Fhthe place for It ijweutyfive JmieSo of dls appointment I ant going that way tIe t awhile ad I 1llgQjwth l 4The young ma i sat dow beslde me find wjs chatted for half an hour He was one of the most attractive persons JJe r met There was such enthu siasm in him Every thin mwhlcb bp took an Interest he took g deep inter est To one who has become bIase and flHds iaoat other people spymch a one Tilert rfcfrMBligJBesldca he was very Intelligent Und displayed consid hlmMuXverything was felt nothing was rea a1iwfii Med a firm belief in iedllnerlgib of kings because this Ughfwai necessary as a basis for theIr author- Ity Ye itarted dpwnuthe declivity but bad not gone far before we were over takeiiiby a diligence and my young man got aboard 1 continued to tramp but I confess thereat offtbe journey ee dWI anuthrestingT- he nextevealniii reached Mont bard where I found railwaj transpor tation to Paris but wasT obliged to Walt several hours before getting a train Going Into al cafe to get some tblng tout1 seated myself at a table and Vas looking over the menu when a familiar voice asked What will monsieur have The last time 4lka3hcarUthatvolceiwaa when my tramping companiop bade me adieu befprebortrdlngtbe diligence Look- Ing up I SJiw a waitress standing be rIlsmucb1iilwas looking diim upiii n1iwltboo ldl1otJe snltlon and tortbemo meat 1 cfln idered the likeness a mere coincidence J gave her an order for supper but before leaving the cafe I mado up my mind that I was not mla takenrtbe waitress was really my companion qf he day before A week later while In Paris where had many friends I attended a roe prominentAmericait the Bois dr Boulogne The czar Md arrived and all Paris was talking aboutr him As 1 entered the drawing room 1 beard a lady whose back was toward me say In toncstl wereia mlllark Without authority from heaven he would have no more right to rule than you or trMoving to 4 position w ere I could myVamplngcptnpaul6n Montbard 1It7Insson The COunt s NWbnlowstt- yAPolauder t T Please present me louslrIJutnltlbn lwas fully n ware that any reference tQ our former acquaintance would not mOet with favor and if pie elated in would be resented I therefore refrained from mentioning either of our meetings but led the conversa tion into the same channels as when we were resting on the Alps very t pc she1 bandied differently from her treatment of It at that tine but with even greatei brilliancy Wben I beg feed for permission to call upon her she 8aidI am rerysorry but Heave Paris tomorrq at da wb 1 5eturned to Amcdpa by steamer tromp Cherbourg I am troubled with uenslckness find kept myroom till the voyage war half finished Then one day the vrnther beOig delightful arid the sea smooth I took mY steSmert ohalr Rod my rug to the deck had jcnrcely emeredfrom the companionway when I was startled at Hoeing seated before me my truraplrip frloud pftlie Alps the waitress of Montbard the Countess Nicbalowflky I had at least 1 right to recognize the last paned pecsonage and exclaimed 4Wby pun essr tfjMyrf words were met bjj a Ooldstnre You are mistaken 8lrt she said in tolerable English You address Mme Bpurdalqne of SouthamptdiL ootzi zdndrPae 1on The la dyidWLnpt come oaiecll again during t ejVoy gc 1iff when wfffwere docked 1 tookji pgijltlon when ciould see her as she wen Ire Her utt Qrst wcnt on to the dock wajkcd back t5jtb1iti tier Cye wtll Ipetr the- nIqct alig5lImerCpou tiit mistress tilowe1 f C urioslty led me to Plgkertons to makffjnqulrlc They bId me that they hail biiii ndvisoa tit the coming of tin CouiitesK NlchnlojvKky n Polish nimUst but too late Afilot had been dJsVrtvcrcil to nssns fnne the par lJls way to Paris but mid Jailed T counies Vas DPIlC ted t r J 7Vf 3u5V WUI To4 trt L A scnibwotnau ln at Paris theater cundn m gul cent 4amtnd im- 1ebr lua box lb sepIng p Time hontfst old soul dbermnedto restore the stomacher to Its uwner and the ownerot course wasnlt long inturnthug tJPou young wotfaan splendidly dressed and on the veijge of hysteria J0b have ypu found thy stomacher she cried It Is a chef doeuVre of LnllqueVffbe Place Vej dome Jf tfcttlmi yourself madame saul the Scrubwo nan vEterp is your stpmavher Ahd she nrodcca 1i iroui her pocket The other ook out n tifty dbllarblll press ed jt pn tbe honest scrubwoman and departed with her stomacher hurried 17 Bit at hour later ndpther iady called flnve yoxf4und my itom acterr site asked tnJJlng think t Itt itin my JbostJ JWhy yes ma 4damebmit Jfft r r f tl be r tbecrUih ktetIHs5fo It lIb otliJikT ailac hegaveJ- me 5 rtward the stomaoorr wall rD1I Uoui mida Attoutl1 qt5SJ1 YOO t J4 ut FOOD FOR A YEAR 14Nt 1 i VHk ff240qtaN IOQI- bZN t v t 581 TheprafafrrajtiO- 4t for aman fcjr a year j But some peopjfe eat and at and jrow thianer This means a def ectire digestion and unsuitable food Alarge size lx ttle o- fScbfls EmulsiOn equals innourishing proper ties ten pound of meat Your physician air ten ybii howitaoesiL TOB SAIE BT lit jfctfGoisra SeiIOmMmeotSLtMafoTrbe- ntltul SsTlaci Bank JUt fjOldr SketcltBpbfch ZAjlr buk lit OoieXtik Penny SCOTT BqjVNEl f09 Aw St New PRANKS tiF CUPID Celebrated Men WijMarrflciel Domestic Servant Many celebrated men have married their domestic servants Sir Henry Parkes premier of Nejw South Wales Is an example Oneiibt when dining at a friends house i4 was struck by the appearance of a Servant girl who waited upon the tabl and persuaded his host to allow hereto enter his em sborttlmHenrj3 household Jjjen be made bet Lady Parkesct But more illustrious than this Is thf case of Peter the Greiit One diy he was dining at the bOUSOf Prince Men shikoff He noticed one of the servant maid particularly mid though sh was not bands6me she ctfught his fan cy Her name the prince told the czar was Martha the had been u servant in the boutttf of a Lutheran minister of Marlenbufc and when that city was captured b the troops of prisonerbyher ore to the prlncel whose servant The was The count politely made a present of tier io therjczar who even tually married her William Cobbett the pent writer when be was only twentyone years of ige one mornlngoliunfcd to see a bux onr servant girl busily engaged in washing the family linen The girl was pretty so Cohbejt spoke to her learned her name arid the same evenS lag called upon her parents and said he would like tp marry their daughter The parents of the girl informed the young mon tbat thejj jiad no objec tions to him as their soninlaw but that he would have tot wait until their ageFiveearly love married her A WEIRD INCIDENT Chopins Funeral Marth Was Inipfretf bYa 8ktten Late one summer afternoon said l11ysstood a piano arid Injjanotber the com plete skeleton of a jnan with a large white cloth thrown ciiostllke about itJI noticed that now atijl again Chopins gaze would wander and from my knowledge of the ma knew that his thoughts were tar ahy from me and his surroundings Mre than that I knew that he was coajbosing Presently he rose frJjm his seat with out a word walked over to the skele ton and removed the1 cloth He then carried It to time pljrno find seating himself took the hideous object upon his knees a strange pfcture of life nnd death t 1Then drawing tho rhlte cloth rpnnd hImself and the skeleton be laid the legantotheslow measured low of sound which be and the skeleton conjured up As the music lcd in a louder strain I closed my fs for there was something weird picture of man and skeleton the piano with time shadows lottlat deepen ing round them bentdnd ever softening with mystery And Ijnew1 I was lis tening to a composition which would live forever The music ceased when Illooked- up the piano chalrwas empty arid oc theOoorll11 Chdp a unconscIous form and beside hint smashed all to pIeces wlis tli skeft n I prized so much The great composer had swoo id but hlmarchwAjJ found Why Frario Changed tie Name of the Life SavjKjd Belt A viVId iUustrationrcf the power of mere words over nun an beings was once brought to the 4tt ntion of French people by KrancIsqueSurcey After the wree kyif tile Bourgogrie many passengers were found floating drowned with ute presi rvers on These life preservers were fai K ned upon the bodies but round the middle instead of under the snail a dthe greater weighf of die uppcr piirt of the body had tipped tIohmmdu dee water and the person ofi course was Inevitably Now drowned It nppeaTs thn t le greater num bet of the persona1 io drowned were French The French t for life pre server is celntufe deva vetage or Ute jiaving belt Tills Word celnture nug gcsts to the mind Its ts moments disorder and unreadiness such as great catastrophic brings the idea pt putting on a belt anil is a belt is PUtt round the waist and n where else frightened person Jngtliictlvely adjusts the life preserver coe about the hips The result is that rs soon as the person so profVided fait Into the water his body tips Omr wtfl the betVler part downward and ih head is plung ed beneath the surficcc The word belt Jtherefore was the Accuse of timeless of hinny lives In the Bourgogne disaster jrcey according ly proposed to counter ct the fatal ef fect bf the French joid by renaming thfe Artidleknd cnJJfglIit a brassiere which fa a kiad of r4jSts apd by bring Ing tbe word bras brf arm to mind tClj ctsach People tO Iiat lfe preserver oc jjttstpmInderneatl ttzpUitbivCRe orers- LTIL0 POLICE OF GERMANY Privacy of the Home NoBar to Theli Frrachlng Authority Ton forKlstior lilt feature of Herman life is more striking than tbe promiv knence and almost unlltniteil authority af the police Many of Its functions lore such in the United States jouI3 be fntrnsted only to a court of law WBat seem utmost equally strange the greater part of these functions are exercised quite Independently of the local government The minuteness and thoroughness the work of the German police are a constant utprlse to the foreigner The poucetaan not only preserves order In the streets but exercises a farreacb Ing authority In private hpUses For insithnce be undprtnkes the nightly ufD1de1t1yelltlyb his chlnlney regularly cleaned He Inspectst at stjitcd times ones stoves und beating npparatusziiid while he ii be wilt look intoabouttIt a other mTitters of domestic economytewI One feature of his tjctlvlty1 strikes a good many American vlsltorsvwith tAl vor In som piiices singing and piano playing With open windows ore forbidden and tit Isu common bouse reg ulation in large towns that no pianos may be played after to oclocfe jn the evening The German policeman is also sOJD thing ot fl food inspector in his way apd he keeps a sharp eye on venders of food and of medicines It Is not tin uncommon sight to seen Gee man policeman bait u milkmans wag on and on the spot tnake Inspection of his wares Should there jove tf be anything Wrong With them they are promptly seizedand destroyed and the matter U immediately taf en in hand by the higher authorities1 Ne york Press A BATHLESS AGE For a Thousand Years the People of Europe Went Unwashed When Egypt Greece and Borne were nt the height of their ancient poWer their citizens made bathing a social function a municipal duty mind a re ligious observance The public baths of these nations were magnificent lit thltecturally and Important as centers of hygienic and municipal sentiment With the decadence of thOse coun tries the world seems to have reverted to a period of mental sloth and physI- c l uncleanllness As an authority on the matter puts It For 1000 years there was not o man or woman in Europe that ever ook a bath If the historian of these times Micbelet Is to be believed The ancient love of the bath seemed to hove disappeared from off the lapd There was nq Greece or Home hold up the ensign of cleanliness toI the nations of Europe Small wonder that the people of the continent be came physical ddcadents as indeed they were in spite of tradition to the contrary Tt Is not strange that there the awful epidemics that cut off cameI fourth of tiie population of Europe the spotted plague the black death the sweating sickness and the terrible mental epidemics that followed In their train tie dancing mania the mewing maniqThe and filth was almost deified Indeed It wai then thought that the sanctification of the body was only accomplished when that body was Indescribably dirty Physical Culture An Island of Black tatsSTin Island of Black Catsis a name often applied to Chatham Island one of the Galapagos It Ix in the Pacific ocean about 7M miles west of the coast of Eciiiidnr it is overrun with black cuts uudtlIt of no other cOlor ill seen there These animals live in the crevices of the Jan foundation near the coast Stud subsist by catchlug fish and 1rabsluKtead of rotA and mice Other animals found on this island Ore horses cattlt dogs goats and chick ens a1 of which are perfectly wild Mr Gladstones oaten How many members of this house asked Mr Gladstone once In the course oVa debate on electoral qualifications Can divide 1330 17s Cd by i2 13- swr Six hundred and fiftyeight sbonV edone member The thing cannot be done exclaimed another A roar of laughter greeted this last remark hut it was true nevertheless You cannot multiply or divide money swallcrBumcootnlned in l moneybutjou repeat shillings as often as there are hairs hia horses ttill youdp not multiply shilllrign by a horses tail Perhaps you did not know thisbefore Never mind you need not bsy shamed of your ignorance for it was shared as has been demonstrated by the en tire house of commons bar one mem her including the then chancellor al the exchequer TliiJii Tim Kiiier 4TtiMe ni Heterr Snffect t ft How To Plait Pill a bottle or common OutImater and let iUtand imentorsct1tUngind kid lilt Ietidene tpoIrequentdcslre to pass in the back also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are ouiofLorder Wat TO Do There T1ffbrt1a the nowledgcsc often pressed that Dr Kilmer Root the great kidney remedy ulfihls every wish in curing rheumatism painlu the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passinriit or bad tilecta following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that nnpleasattt iw of being compelled to go ofte the day and to get up many times the night The mild and the extiaordinary effect otswampRoot soon realized It stands the highest ifpr its wonderful cures of the most dis creasing cases need a median you should have the best Sold by drug gists in fiftycent and onedollar sizes You maY have a sample bottle and s book that tells all xmtitbothiBentfree thy mail Address Dr Ki1met Co Bing ihamton N Y When othe It orpain is cesSity during during Jon oesoet donllm Grsindpas Money By M QUAD Copyright DID by American PMM Association Jacob Brown farmer had come to bo sixtyfive years old when he got hjs money A brother whom he had not seen for years died and left him tao precedJagr arid lIved alone Be bdto8r children two sisters and half afioaea more dis tant relatives llvinfarpand kiln but no one had x fferedthTpa home Itwas eldom that any of them came near him He was referred to as the old man and the few acres of hIs stony old farm were not coveted by any one When it became known through a lawyer that old Jacob had atruck It rich there was hustling His oldest son Henry was tie first t6 reach his house He bijougbt his wife and three children falong and be galloped his horses for the last mile It bad been two years since they had etIn the old mans house Now they shook hands with him The son patted hIm on the back and called him a glorious old father He must give tip his farm and go home arid live with them For the rest of Ills days he could sit Sat rocking chats and have custard pie three times a day On the way to Henrys hope James and his family were met as they earns driving Jameg was the aec odlJoIi He bad often been heard to wonder wb uphisbe wasnt a bad sonthat la be had never thought of tdllhig his lather with a club James leaped from his wagon to embrace his fathe4 and offer him a homo for the next hundred years He should have fried chicken and milk toast every day and the best bed in the house sbould be his kt night No one should rout him out In the morning rind fresh tea should await him when lie deigned to arise Henr i anti James were squabbling when Hannah and Mary the two daughters drove np with tijelr bus tatiierbeybatwere goingl lo take him home land nurse him more tenderly than a baby with mensles There was a row on the bghway between those devoted cnlldren that was heard a tulle away fut Hehry gained the victory and ftftre the faihef away That night his house was surrounded by the two sisters and other relatives and they had to be menaced by a shotgun At the beginning of the row there was only one lawyer in Glendale the nearest village Within a year there were three It required at least three to Iceep track of suits did motions that came up One stipulation that old J acob made wus that h should be privileged to see his lawyer as often as he wanted to That was respected by alt but from purely selfish motives It came to be believed that tOry time ie saw his lawyer be changed lila will l It turned out that this belief was writ founded When d ath cam 1tlastIwasdfound that he fair madL fortytwo wills in nil They bpd bobbed from Henry to James fromJlmmnes o Bets rand frpm Betsey to Hnnntib and batk to James They had taken in the two sisters and cast theni out They nqd enriched nephews nd nieces nod Impoverished them again fepur times In one year the father was kidnaped by relatives Oncetid was chloroformed In his bed t midnight and lowered from a win dow Once be was kidnaped and hid len away in an old barn fpr a week That neighbor hood became the live In the state There was a Fourth afJuly going on all thCme Even x circus cpuld riot draw against It No old was ever lived who was coddled andcared for more A h9ndred tines a day no matter who he was with hQ was naked iH anything more could bad fond for film In summer a child wile appointed io tan him n din winter they bought stoves with looking glasses set Into tIe top that he might see himself as he toasted his toes The doctor said that be woultl haTe lived three years longer if left to care for himself on his farm Queerly enough he did not die lath house of a relative but was stricken in the 4tUeeof ls layeO1it t after mak big Dls fortysecond wilt The gang came on the wings oMovo as soonas- the news went out They squabbled as to where the funeral should be hold- as to where be Bhoufd bei burled aa t who shoijld pay for therncothniito who should weep the most The wUlJfntpQlrend at the boost iot any relative Ttiey Couldnt have It so They assembled In the yillagt hall and there were scoh ofTpUWld era There were quarrels for trout seats At last the reading began and it took two constable to protect the lawyer from being massacred on the spot Asiall my relatives ftotnmy oldest oa down tfi iny youngest niece have botin equally kind to me read the paper I beriIiT wlll and bequeath to each sad everyone the sutn of SlfAnd the talaiiw of that 30000 went to tbt county of Rope to Improve its highways Thtre were six or seven suits to break the will but It couldnt be done Jatnil Krown bud read fan man pntore rlzimt and bad madeC the test jH posltlon iKwxlble of his for tune It may be said do conclusion that every single relative took bit del fafI p Were All Actors Mine Alexandria Vlariin the Polish tragedienne once propounded the fol lowing It Is a strange thing but aska man to mend a rip in hlsconu ohe is not a tailor flAsk another jpstop theaucetifrom leaking No hes not a plumber IHOr another to do a bit of cablriet work i tNo be Snot 1 carpenter But ask any oneoftho three oraji of them to eriirct little part in a play and each will snilty iIn fatuous coneI dence and Instantly acquiesce But watchhim nCtr Saintliness Un dpular That state of mind wlmlcimletu call the ignominy of the virtuous is not entirely confined to boys rot nine years have seen grow meaaM women being accused of saintlIness over whose faces passed an expe4toa of raqrtlflcatipn They wotiia Rceptl with mote complacency the tribit that they were getting tcf be devlU la their oldn ze Atlantic J Por i t f t4 ii ItI I f the of hjpj telephone bothiocal and tong It Is ece yiii saviiir q of time and money telepboue aevic dri be kid over the impes of the Cum nd i C i pany Long distance connections t3 mil ia UN United States rates service the best v i k A T H II ant much be able 4 9 thudyou for what i don for mc J of Sifet CityN C JLast I had the Grippe whfch t Ji mi T 1 11 14 For The oi any serious j4pzr ilikelhsr Grip Cardui is the best tonic you can ewit builds strength the nervtJp in1 and heIp kriif bexkJ abt natural glow of health Girdui is best friend if you knew JL Think of the of who Ganferf hishelped What could prevent it ftodi belpiwr 1Jyou cannot get the benefit of the CanWlr In any other meaicine for they are not ibr salt in any drug store except in the Cardui bottk Try Cardni Writs to ladles CheHaaeeta Mealehe Ce Cliilinieii Teaay Wapea 8 J 12 for 2J f Hunt aria Huntatf A nearsighted sportsman stroriei Into a little hotel on the Shores of Loch Carron und said At dinner abbooiIlater he it next to a tourist who had a bead Had an accident aSked the sportsman growled the tempted murder you mean IwnsI having a bqtb about an hour ago when some lunatic with gun fired at Joe three times front the store and shot part of my ear off Iflont know why sucbanlmuls are out without license s j Then sllqpce reigned don Tplegrmapm TavithnVes jf uin days of old luxurious cloth gout placed Beneath their +feet Yes reifllPd Mr Cbusglns But those jrlnics vrej eco uomlcal Xow tC wriur nothing Jes3 jpjnsitG tliari rubber jtlrex bctweou us iithc earth Washington Star There Wa5 ia Muate What Is iiit jjniuiM uu Ill r impressed Itself on Jrotor qxiie Snapper V Well by all odds the ors eveif beard that yoiir quartet per tj petrated loaf n1ht when they cafiat IKHCI We wish to arraflKe for 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