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nourishing and lifegiving YJcarangotlsion found a way of preparing jLOil liver oilso that everyone can inks itond get the full value of the oil without the objectionable1 t fnsle Scotts Emulsion is theb est thingjn the world for cakC hnckwardchildren thin delicate IWopl9nnrJ nil conditions of wiiating and ostgtrellgtbt Bed br 4 i2pli IsSCOT i3oyhxj C Emm l JEUlL JfZW TO1S AU f dzgfjt L j 0 c jI 1= rI r JqI t = ojt r 0 a r IbS J I jiI j S SS j f ISj Jl4 e I J f 1n tIfr r p t 5S t A5 fS e J s tL I tl I 1IS 4 f0Jtsito 1 t ti 7 iJIp7 Ytyo 4- ji v i t 5 Ss 1 5C 4 I5 jSJ M alV JstoJ1j thconstipationr thtOlground TOcure a cold tate a gOdd05 of Dr Galdwells laxi attve Syrup Pepsin a hot bath i prerwellsIrelief eki thTryNbackThe Canadian Presbyterian s Methodists and Cgngregatlohallsts havea reed upon a plan of union Order for Election Bath County Court Jan 1IooOi Petltion to EstahcJlsK Graded m lent moo ScIool in and jSharpsburgiCommqn Order District 1o jI1 Jsdr Ji Wi Shankland Owens RatLlff1 Lewis Fisher C WPeters John 33 Barney R L Brown sfiledof the Bath County Court and con tinned to January term 1906 of said Court and appearing that bedbyatJeastlen JuI5uty itker and that they are taxpayers In appearingSharp5burg1s sixth that class und It also appearing that the district whlchia desired to be established as a graded common ast5CIiool of Bath County and in Jus CountyXy Vdtlnlbysaid Common Sboo1 District No 39 and it is aIsjapproved In writ i dent Superlutenfo 000 agree4bythe petitioners Jo said petition tbatI petltlongraded common school district it adjndgedthatfor the purpo tc of taking a vote as shalloecome a gradedcommon school district andaad district is bounded and descried as follows towit Beginning at a point In the midw tieaACineUes ePW Jhemlddte of the eek w Itk the Montgomery Coun ty line 1o with the lines of the a it f 5S i j 4 5S Sv 5St S I f t i f iI I t I I iStIt Jtt J 4 4a 4 0 I 1 r i e +4 Stj5f a CS55 i 7 5 J I hi it 1 1 J re U i 4r 7I T i i Ef uzIer of S S KaHsDa6ney larni ence with and including same V o chains to the S E corner o 1MitWchalud N 87 W 2180 cnains to ibt Maysville puike t thence with ity S 28 W 39 30 chains to the east cor nero W H Ralliffs farm at let ter Nt at the mouth ot a lahe ence with thcrlane and with and cluding Ratliff N 46 W 4 chains c 25hanMA W Bradshaws corner at letter llnJbetAppersons SR corner of his Dick Thompson farm at letter P thencel with and including same N E 4jo 20 thalnSj N 86 W 2C- hains to the line of Bath and uQtheW 350 chalds to the beginning It Ir therefore ordered and ad- udged that the Sheriff of Bath County Kentucky hold an elec tion for the purpose qf establish lug said graded CQtttqon school district and he IJlaUQ n a poll In commonsFebruary 1906 Tuesday for the purpose of taking the sense of the l I gproposeciadedon the proposition whether or no they will vote ia annual tax o fifty cents on each zoo of ty assessed insaid proposed graded common scbobj datrlctt belonging to said white voters and corpora oJIIsomale inhabitant over 2i years of a sdpurpose of malntalalng a graded e Is 5grad for erecting purchasing or repair ing suitable building therefor if necessary Said election shall beheld according to law Countywlllhold and according to the terms laid down in section 4466 of the Ken tucky Statutes and the Sheriff is pqbUakedlished in Sharpsbuig Bath Coon ntyfourI he will also advertise the same by printed or written hand bills in five cbnsplcuQus places said proposed graded common school district for the same length oUme and he ill have said notices and adver tisements posted within io days fter he receives the orders of the ounty Judge and at least twenty TheSherllfshaUappolut C k of saldelectloDJho shall tajce and to an oath for j1S t i AS i1 I 1 8 t SS p S5 y I 2 t1 t 1iljJ I t r t ltiia t IIte t I I I 55 SI l S4S j p1I 1I V t fiH iitYM i 0 4 r I4t t I j i r l I i I 1l I y hrxtJ j fri it c t t t 1if1t jfif r 1 fI it 1 SS t IbC5IVtt dgt1n3 laslrc t Jtr itroutJes W1i1sendFrs ln- pliihseiIe envelopes MdrIdies AJvIsory Der1 fh1 JwltahOdga tdidce GPtC1l ttsocgafem nIf 1 t t e a or or as a I ex I o a J i l i J t 4 e a SS p 5 i s a C I fs ra I f if j 51 f It ISI l rfl t t lIw 1t II e t il f t jli i0 4 pt a 171i1 i r S EVERYTHING BthCDEXlK i me so it rpised- mydoctowbd I i f Leading Newspaper of the Blue rassf THE LEXINGTON HERALD r 5 ott PER YEAR Jf paid inadvanceon or Wore January 1906 Regular Rates 6qo Per Year Full flsspql tefi Press Reports theDailyonlydaltY4paperthatcoversaUQfthehappenlngs AddresSTHE ffilNCOT HERALD CO I V LexiDgtop 4ulsoappotntf whQmayI oQJtaxd for or against the ameal he direct And at the same time vote hailbe taken upon the names of ix trustees for the said graded theylSharpsburgtrict and in that may sue and be sued hold dispose of and convey purchase give devise otherwise and such other powers prescribed in section 4470 of the Kentucky StatntestThe officers of the election are hereby directed to make full and complete report of their acts and doings herein and to certify in full the result of said election and the full vote of trustees for said grad ed common school district And the cause is now continued A copy Attest j LESLIE SHROUD Clerk WANTED by Chicago wholesale and mallorder house assistant manager woman for this untyand ad joining and csensespermanentparUcjuhusStChlcago1Il J ti 1 5 t Sg J tS orf IStc Ht tiIi ii JrA1 1o sisY ji f 4 i f7fi r rrvI i4 j1I iJkrcd writes Virginia Robstej iMdi yriUll todcCarduJ whlih quickly didnt knoW wi- gILcIrft V The f7 15 Ky name Farm For Sale Containing 172 acres more or roomjbarnswater For particulars apply to1 Miss Cella Scruggs R F D No i Sharpsburg Kjr1 A Gu raiiteedCure for Piles trqdIng1zedto refund money if PAZO OINTMENT falls to cure in6 to 14 days 50 c 4 A century ago French Spanish nndsGerman were far ahead of E w dhospeech But in the lapse of time English has passed all of them and is spoken by more people today than is any other civilized tongue TragedyIsh bomesone another victim of consump lion or pneumonia But when coughs and colds are properly trf atf ed the tragedy is averted P Huntley of Oaklandon led writes My wife had the Mn- sumptlonand three doctors goe her up Finally she tookTJr Kings New Discovery or Con sumption Coughs and Colds which ured her and today she is well a a gerollis ofI Guaranteed t O- by L Sharp druf iii bot tie free 1 i I l SSr s 5Ik i f i7r iitM i 2lG J iA 555 I ro 3 j L tj j H ri AqS I e 5k a I 1 i 4 Sw f frSpCI 5zirS SS 4 SS 0 5S JI 1- t3 5 S ISS 51 I S 14 4 es 5J55 4 tt iQa r J wl t tCtu dr c MiIcaTTedil Ce Ehrt441 ftjCountry Eatit B o thb-1 OrsII Ijt s Pn and Ieudll t rcnof the b tIfnI i Ientcky20O i graviiiffs and descriptive fkheavic t in handsome binding j The only book ever published that l has done full justice to the delightful wmpIThe arm Hlustratlonsare JIIQUhtAcent Ills the best work of Us ever saw Johh E Madden of Has It Jburg Place t 5St J PRICE S300 Thos A Knight 119 E Main StfJ i t POJoJrThe dell1gcrof short itrlesft- he a magazlqes s sooverifh Iagfthat it is usually quite 5ist1eaa4 attempt to point to the merit of aajr fparticular story But In the Febraa rVDumb tofthe CropdlIta Magazine there is a tale sore ikafkai I foritslaughprovokingqnalltfesthat5it t goodof thejaded magazine nat CJH t call attention to Jt JtJs signet v with the curious name Milv nv JonesobvIouy gnqrnde pIH w why a qul t and perfectfally rer 2spectableiqla lady should waBt t6 go over Nlagari Falls ia relt r alld why this prOce cil t seclilp erfectly f onable Is J ickthe mosY whimsical J udi ttbI8 tory It looks like the oI8II11Jj a new and dlstinctfve I 1 1 Coming Events You can tell you are in for a Jetbeginstipatlon biliousness etc ante 3 r you quickly take Dr Ctldwella laxative Syrup Pepsin This most successful cure for all disor ders of your digestive organs naySi jrritantowe1 liver and kidneys Sold by C W Peters at 500 and iod YJt loney back if Jlt5iThe new treasurer of Pehnsylya ISaAlocal i a5UAtlnlftftftINFJlEKHF1M1 PILLS S br ci lI1tlllOWI fa IWoI 8111 C UtSaI IPSIOOlSfbSl 1asreIIu4 8spIn I kv lke 4 yflv UITIDl ICO1 Laeoam P j oreI by OWv F6ten 8Jaii I- r f i iff tIC re tt fJt upon a pivot and th n L t i j 1lf bwle forced the mad t V a s Ued animal to jump tho f 7s rLdDwn the race trac- kvMooea tL piI h 1 the U1itrtpople r lQIrJrIsettO utter I sound iir11 runntng neci and tJi tn J ft1ij TacrL It was not un J ntot Mt i uider Hawks had shot after shot at- c g cW i 8rlngA lf f Iki1iPeAbt they began to reaUte I0i 1 AUJfst they thought it 4 1 iW1l sid ealCca runken f f4 = 1I rtl eln LouIs turn in his ii r o siUdle iu a are at his pursuers they ietathe cpnciusion that thirty jt 1 ii7 B following were regulators chas I V 4cahdrsethletA dozen the distance t 1 did Louis tafk and send shot af- terrrt f SlwUlntb the ranks of his pursuers 0 a dhe aaM tow epuoe distance i I fefcireetutbett every econdAs he IJ l tn Hearst the opening in the fence de vt4 i t of Jlrlagaad patter of f i f feiiie cpuii4eai the noise of the J eels oil the roadrth1g of tte t 1i f i ay1andke knew that Pearl wIth the tJ I+ J lrw Das at hand ft 1 1l aic a Inl110 ofwarnlng to 1 illY drove his hore oyer r a l HKeliewi feee and throw hlmselt over I 1Jt p tJiat hiil walt Anothq InWant aTsd t 44 Lang was upon the seat of his watr ii Jt IOB ready to take Jhe reins in hand 1 aver the paicof noble hoses he had ir I nt boHKBt1 lat aa our before l i Jr Laasribad scarcely Mounted his seat J1XJ iwBflH he heads 6f the foremost of f i hfe rsiiers could ibe seen over the t7 r t iwiilv skirmish Louts would t ji s t t m laave fpolish not to have shot the seatto 1Jr nadyvsaHdtnguppn J i1 2 Jt rAt PU his Winchester into the t1tiJ before starting his team flying S d 5 rs read j a fter piclnga m le etwe nhimIt vJi t Aja tb tl groads and i b Iii pursult1Iang quieted 5L s S i k14jsdswR and allowed them to S r flffOJii quietly alosig Air hour later 1 f 14 r ir ciZ 44 iJE 4 r fJf 1 A w r t t1irit Y l jSjJdf C rci tyr 1I r 1 cpetcr c J could jbc heard though nothing could be seen an Louts managed to keep put of sight until evening dropped her inant aoverearln Pearl1 said Louis something must be done to check our pursuers In this wagon I have over a million in wealth and something must be done to save It- aWhatare you going to do Pearl demanded for the first time she showed alarm for als safety Ia blng to ambush the vii lalhs he said IJO determined tone of voice hAndl am goIng to trust you to manage the wagon alonel want you to drive right straight ahead all night if necessary until you come tQa farm house or a railroad track Either buy lewstocl or take passage to Gods country by rail he said kissing her Pearl knew that Lang had made up his mind and knew that it was best for her to say little so she klssedblm tenderly go6dbye and drove off as requestedaLang got dpwn from his seat and Winchester on his arm lay alongside the trail In the grass hidden from view Twenty minutes passed the wagon was out of sight The sound- madcby the wheels could hardly be heard then Lang heard the sound made by tramping feet of horses The moon came out from behind a cloud and made It quite light Louis Lang saw the outlaws approaching They were totally unaware of danger they Htta hought one man would dare to ambush twenty They did not waken to Uanser until shot after shot rang out upon the alrvand they saw a single manSinrclnRln the roadway dealing out desLrjeon right and loft and when they cfli realize it was too late There nty all told and they were rldlL east When Louis castxhis i c Cfrom him as worthless 7hls revolvers K111g1S 4 It Ij Hawks had t r i Iir f4 L7 1 if j J L w i jx f I i a t 5 4 r 1 S 4 r ias I JJ j b t5 Ieo 4 Ji5j5 t 2 S 4 k kIie I j Vfre4 IS 7 1 C fL 1 4l i p l i S5b I t a t u r K r 1 illtlllth rbeCo him Indetaig I wholeJs througtihe toldine that delighted to takethe case that It asa case that couldnt lose It cant loSe said I Itcani los he repeated irose anu took pmhat 1c banked the lawyer and told him that wouldnt bring suit after all And Ihcnl explained that Ic was my oppo icnts side and not my own which 1nhad laid before him ItSto jay your opponents case before your lawyer as If It were your ownS Told by Mrs Russell Mrs Henrietta Russell who writes sensibly on education says some of the current notions in regard tolt arc strikingly like those of Aunt Chars lotte an old negro woman of Alabama Whenever a subject was under dis cussion in the family Charlotte would bo sure to state her own superior method of proceeding In such matters ond no doubt ever assailed her that possibly she might not be right On one occasion lier mistress was talking about sending som3 of the children to school and Charlotte as usual put Inter oar Laws missis said she what mel t you pay money for to sen de chile to 1 school I got one smart boy nam Jonas but I larns him mysef But Aunt Charlotte said the lady how can you teach your child whei you dont know one letter from an other How I teach him I JIs mek him tele dc book an set down on de fioian den I say Jonas you tek yo eye rum dat book much less leggo him I skin you alive nnI No Sailor In His Eyes It was the bellboy In the Peouol House New London who asked Capt De Witt Packard of the Arrow whether he had ever caught any whales to which the man who steers the flyer replied that he had never shipped a whaler Was you ever shipwrecked per HarrrJ1the Never cast on a desert island Never caught by cannibals And never been bitten by a sea serpent These questions came quickly and also received negative answers Then the boy turned sadly away with the re markHm you aint no real sailor You might as well have stayed on land True Realism The great actress brings a dress over from Paris It costs her 1000 She has to have Jpur maids to help her get Into it When she comes out on the stage the public at once exclaims In rap tureThis Is Indeed realism What is she representing Why a Sicilian peasant glrlPuck No Expenses UI 5vlsh I were a night watchman Why I could sleep all day ahdsuvs my board anti work all night and save my lodging r a t r j L J i I 0 r u t tt D ri I 4 y e s c i f Jn f Ira ff f 1t t 5r5t J I tA T eIoior fF Z iCj JStL t ri a5so r IIi N tJ I f JT T al it oned the subject t r has always been asortlotf ainenfortoj young Scofleld I iJ rV Cousin Henry In love wlth Laiira Thy George hps no mor In love with her than tho rest of jou men Of ourse hes fond Ot her and likes to alt her hook arid row tlie boat while she angles and keep tio Ore roaring wheJlts her time to cook The- ca Laura is perfectly safe I lever saw a woman moro In lows Uhc her husband dear unless of course he your own wife t Laura was safe I had hind no toubt of that before nut how abuutc Scofleld r My wife as may be guess id Is champion of her own sex Jlls t jecullar to the heart of man are Wholly without her ken Perhaps that is the reason I resolved m the future to keep nil misgivings pit the- ibject cooped up In my own mind The next afternoon wljlte s QUcldc and Mrs Simpson wore out shooting it a target jn the woods Mrs Simp son was taken suddenly Iii and re turned alone to the camp SomoI thing she had eaten at breakfast had Usagreed with her Some ot the tuned goods she thought t gave her some llttle Dlils which were never known to do anyone any good nd were never Intended to and sent Jieri o bed giving strict ordqrs for no undI o disturb her Then I went 01 tothb woods by myself It was 4utte by accident that I ran icross Scoflcld two mils front camp thug ona leg with dejected mien His clothing was disordered and ils face and hands were scratched by rambles See here Scofleld1 1 said where There Is no reason on earth why a man should duck a womans husband did you buy those canned peaches we ate for breakfast 1Wberfl a look of nerplezity crept Into his face Yes Mrs Simpson Is down there at camp now suffering from something she ate this morning I have never seen such a look of relief spread over a mans countenance as at the sound of those words GeorgcGeorgehe gulped dU she say It was the peaches Peaches or pickles ono it must have been the s Next morning atrsSlmpsorlw very much better though it couldbu seen by the dark clrclestinderbeF u J I ttt J i r j J d 14 a Jy ke J 1L t i y r 9 I Y t e I 5fia lJ4 o 5 Iots r pI 1 t j l P W SJt10 50 t I r t p F1 tJJ i 1ss fcg vjj tr P l t I f he foot was swlmnlng toward the opposite shore ho paddle No further thought was glen to the subject until jU Cass ofioId vas bidding us goodby two if the women came runnng from the Iver bank with the frightful news hat Mrs Simpsons canoe had Capsized In midstream and that she was owning I am sure wo wasted n6t a second nd yet by the time Trollet and I had reached the bank and had launched a Hatbottomed bo tScofieldwhoI- Jad plunscd into the water was half war to the strugsllns woman I thlnlf Mrs Slmuson lad surely come near drowning had It not been or Scoficlds excellent tactics in the vater Long before we got there he had seized her in his arm and was making rapid progress tuwardnot- boat The fool was swimming toward the opposite shore Not ten yards from the bank in the sUrf current we overtook thpm I ihall never forget ihe look which hb shot at me as he felt the woman Iraggud from his arnjs Into the tboat Ind then without the slightest warn ling before we could lay bands 6n him ho sank and though we watched md waited an ago he did not reap- Spc It must have been fully a quarter or an hour later that we found Sco fields body tangled among the roots of some willows a hundred yards below Dead Not quite though wo worked over him two hours before ic showed any signs of Jlfe aria qII1sctousnessot him back to camp a arm bed I think every one offered ip a thankful prayer that things had turned out as they had Henry said I that night after I had driven every ode from the tent here he lay muflled up in blankets Henry that attack of cramps caiip pretty nearly turning this picnic into 1 band of mourners He looked at mo quizzically for moment then pressing my hand IiI hhowlt he said Yes the cramps and the canued peaches Kronberg Skipped the Lecture When Iwas in Paris I lived at ri Boulevard Montpnrnasse and on the same floor with my studio John Wana makers Sunday evening services were held conducted by Dh Paxton from Philadelphia As a ride refreshments were served after the including lemonade cakes etc One Sunday evening latter Dr Pax ton had finished his talk several ol us went in and partook of some pi the refreshments While t was drink ing the lemonade a gentleman came over to me and said Good evening ond shook my hand I looked at hire 1ut could not remember him and begging his pardon 1 asked hlrn his name Ho said Havent you beta listen- Ing to mo all this elen I replied NAfr iyJustjcamoJ to get a glass bt r We became very good frioads afte tb toston Herald 0 j r4 r t Stt Lr r r2 t L r Jt I bS1 i rb Sa 5 i f e 55a 55S v r 5j4 F t 44 too ii I i I D toA i 19 es 1 t9 J t i rik f Sj i t t f Ii 1 r i i i1 f3 r 1if t t4 1 ff a ri fiI Ish l v J znpenol19iT1e cvneth ln ttosaa ta the pIaceJijy Mrr raving from the effects of hasaisn Crushing and eaUiigItve serpents gashing themselves wlUsknives lefclnglheh flesh with daggthr sparss eating glass and ire The elect He upon Ithe ground as c1osejogeheras they can be placed season comes their shell astride a horse to ride over the prostrate figures she re cumbent wretches bear the weight ot horse and rider There is no decep Lion no placing of the horses hoofs between the bodies Each step it takes lands it upon the frame of a liv Lag mali manglng and crushing it The dead are secretly burled the In jured carried away for treatment But all are supposed to have borne the trial without hirt or pain t tchwords Concerning the term catchword the London Chronicle says that its old technical sense is familiar to those who affect old books The catchword was the first word of a page which was printed also by anticipation in tho bottom righthand corner below the last line of the preceding page sc as to Insure that the pages should follow on properly In Latin these catch words were known as custodesl guardians The device was Invented in Vdnice about 1469 and was in favor toy centuries Thists the oldest sense of catchword In the English Ian guage afterward it came to mean a prominent word heading a column of a dictionary the rhyming word of a llae of verse and an actors cue In Italy The Italian country editor stepped to tho case and put the following in type A returned banana peddler who made a fortune In America and Is said to be worth at least 300 entered as tavern recently and knocked down one of the attendants because he did not black Ills boots quick enough When remonstrated with by the land lord he swelled up pompously drew a large roll of money from his purse and asked the landlord what the tav era was worth The actions of thes- eylIgarrlchare becoming almost UIt News Earth the Best Fortification Military engineers are practical unanimous in acknowledging that for fortification no material is totter than earth In places where clay is not ob tamable as on the seashore sand is t collected into bags and these are used to build up defences In such a forti fication the shots from the enemys eguns sink without doing damage while shells explode harmlessly Lighting Streets of Old London In 1716 the London common council thought Itself most publicspirited in passing an act by which all house keepers whose houses door or gate i way fronts or lies next to any street lane or public passage or place of the aW city shall in every dark night that ISr every night between the sec CHidnlht after each full moon and ihe seventh night after each new moon set or hang out one or more I hts with sufficient cottos wicks onrf1ug U 5S r a ti fv 7j 7 hidMJ fe f jjAflf J di t i tm fr 2 5S f 2 i f z 1J f i d p rj t rof JS ir I F i5f9 s + r 4 r t j t5j 47 aI-p 4 tStvf 11S 0 254 4 r 5rr 4 Ss0 i i tI f 1- 51t4 4 j 55 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inierorei boat trora a iial J 4f oiiapwSeath0 WjtyiW their- t w p 1 IpolehetbofLydJEr c Wfaii ye getabieCopcind com IXP tgi s tI I i J fSf f 7 ltoee iHHW ikd daughter with r y l r mmhln d orces ito re i I SfWsjr i H3NroHuaei The 4 w to the world the Wge Mr mpftUOd that Mrs Pint hamv jfr 4 Uric ass jS 7 c SI 1f l a ta 4 4 o 4 a p t Ii f 1t a t 4 i pa t f I t f a h a 1 tey Z Ie il Etf I I 4 4s i S F ka t r t J 1a q ttJ I 0 i t i t jt tJ f JJ H A ia It ltt ouf JI1r i V n i e T 4 l a 2 S w 4 j 4 1 Sj Z I 4 4r 4 a 1 In w en I hereforder thoc2rEautnt training of Lydia F1 Plnkham t andavs t experience ptherowncovering tweatyflve years present e Mrk wellfepcdishe Is always glad to do free of ch rseVw Thererd of Lydia E Plnkhamvs ofslmpleherbsless one It is a record of constant cehcuest over the obstinate ills of women greater than that of rny other one medlclnjof Its kind in the world and willever tjd as it monument to tat noble woman whose name its bears 4 t a t 1 1 s i 1 r2 iti j wrong for you to suffer from Constipation il6 Oie1 and Storzch Trouble when othexe is a positive = itit1raIt and harmless ciare MULLS GRAPET TQNIC I I H MeVyMi aottCedihU number ot Typhoid 7ever esses lately Typhoid I 10 if ctt1s Blood Sick Headache h Ik isire Iilos1Fenale Toable5tomachlroublIHeart Troubles etc 14 I Isvsee1tofCoaMipation J J f t bbad th t I trou les scIDtely ti4hizdbottIcitvraiahedyonfreatoproreit I L stMregivecnIoneboUIato eachlarniiy U yourdruggistfails to i I t it Hh4 GrapiTonic send us thi coupon together with nune and 0 hh Udwdimaio4t41V4s a you Wn eus a Iho bottle hp ls authorized 16 give t4i y Jit is Iopen three times a large as the ose weare allowed to send by m ot ti i 1MwigopwjlinotbebonoreLunlessjtjcntoutof the paperin Wholesaleftftl1e TJt15CoUroP SIGN ANQ tAKE rr TQ YOUR DRUGGIST WHO IS 55TVl AUTHORIZED 1O GIVE you A FRES 3c SOTTLB POR IT r ttat 1 a l niLtf IfcU Ilutv mertt UVeq Mull Grap Tonl aIdlallwmuplz for only ooo F i hettVy djot I will oat sail or lira it away and that f wjll it myself for Constipation 0 re v Kf ckTroblsasoonasIotaInIt t h tl rYq ptlent aIJUJaur umqllerecQ plalnll rsJ ilLt 1 f t f onrtuUddrruber8YeppbJnISt r i t 1 f i tXiQ PT THE RETAIL DRUGGIST MUST SIGN THIS andAi r t 44 T 3Scenti tccush or trade for uCleoupon ptoperlzlcned 1t 7etIlltf If JofcbHa ha the 3Je 50o and liOO The UX bottUcoDUiu uOUj 7 Ir tr Eetail2ruglitsltnjornaberS ai j 45s4 5 I for Your aJdrcji boro fiol oiiJZt fIOWL UT THE WHOLESALE DRUGGIST MUST QN TIllS Jlit 9 t Yce pleas accept tblvconpen Ilt1usam iiproprisIgneJ trHM nujbr buiHC ih reowdr from 35 ceott la cah or trade for aame Tkt A U n aee rour fina iuu and addrttj Forward all coupon to nicad t Jon 35 MMI tor each coapon proper alned tjthe coatumer retailer and jounaW r S5S4a Jbatxr ua yoaf naraa ber fr l 1 4t l JArldretere 4 j r S o tlk aboy tbrea coupon ia one piece Donotseparatear p I BiifKTpSIC CO Makers No148 Third Avev Rock Island UL f viAIT1GR1MtEi ir IGUANTEDTOCVRE i 0 NP BAD COLD NEADACNE AND KEURALIII I ron1tiillAnttGrn tnotani3oi ri liooitOnnrnnteo t Call noarJUONEY BACK IS IT 3WDSeeflerZflMnnUaCUrcrSprjngfleZ4lo ff MATISMt Md CUREDI bIt iCu i J s4 q fj t 20 r pa I 1 a 4 SS4 I t t a H i i d is ii s T n a I 4 Thompsis Eye Water Whtnalswlrlrg so pte3sernnlk n ftil p io- W LWETftO1TN a s 0 4 S y TJt 1 SS a 05SS l4 a 4c4S- S J5 i J fi j 55 toS5s J I i t x r p5 S 4SSSSS 5r PM4 ar5Ls S5 S I Si tsa5 9S4 iS J 44 SS 45 5i irt 2 aqcF Ul l rJi t r a r t 1ta y 7S S h 4J 4 iIi a 7 MOS 1119 NO i aoa rVDr Alfred Russel WMlacerTn fits recently published l memoirs tells how Vjiile ja the United States he was taken to see an porkcuring estaliUshm nthere during the sesi son thei kill 1000 hogs auay The anlmalsi he writes walk up an In vllned pathway of their own accord la i cbnllhuous procession and at the top are caught up one after another by a chain round their hind legs and Gung on to the men who kill scald ncrape and cut them up all the separate parts going through the several stages of cleaning and curing till the result Is bacon ham barrels or park black puddings sausages bristles The Ingenuity of the whole process is undeniable but to go through it all along narrow planks and ladders slip tel with blood and water and In tho warm close reeking atmosphere was utterly disgusting My friend was however quite amazed at my feeling anything but admiration for the whole 38tabllshment which was considered theIStoves for China The British consul at Nluchwang wrltesthat the Chinese arc beginning to take to foreign stoves or heating their h uses and that their use is likely to extend in which case there might beu big market for tiiesq goods as the winter In Manchuria Is long and very cold For the past year or two a native has been making smal toites of a foreign pattern weighing 1ct1fl y aM seventy pounds and costing o and 7 respectively It Is reported that the annual sales of this local manufacturer amounted to about 1000 This year the demand has greatly increased owing partly to th needs of the largs number of Japanese who haT come in and the native manufacturer recently had In hand or ders amounting to 5000 and was obliged to refuse many orders which he could not execute The material useila old iron from abroad Durability of Posts Posts decay where there is a cocr blnatfon of air and water In taktig up fence posts it may be noted that they have decayed most at the sara race of the ground The allernafQ soaking antf drying has been tle cause Posts set la water wnnistin butLmoistened they decay rapidly Hence speaking theoretically postiIIn the tiumld regions as If set In a heavy clay soil under the same amount of rainfall ft is usually a mistake to put tf green post In the soil- A Young Statesman Charley takes a great interest In tho tariff said young Mrs Torklns He is getting to be a regular states man What makes youthlnlso He talks la his sleep about stand lag pat Washington Star v Rare With Him ommy who has become acoln col Jeaforj JJapa what Is the rarest coi- ny1 know otT Papa The almighty dollar my son SS i S4i 5i I mr c r SS t jIs 5t 4 4 f 1 l Yi 4 P 54ri 5v 5a a Ii 1tt iJjL j l ee b P 55I k SS r t a i ii iJj ij2 Ji i iVSI a 44 r I 1 fewer than twentythreet yer cups 1dlo er awaitdsln dl elghtygulnga Es qua lant trophy atfihd Crystal Palace presenfed In menlory of one of the most ramous pigeon fanciers In the land London TIt BIts Merry Man Always Welcome Dan Leno the English cSmedlan who died not long ago said When your face wants to slide Into a smile lot it when It doesnt want to make It A merryminded man Is a per petual slab of sunshine and brightens up the workaday world a sight more than a circus procession ora check suit A sadeyed sinner is no use to any one and a nuisance to himself Owl Served for Quail Lovers of game in this city have Imprcslcion eI1denceseemstermine just what sort of birds are being served up for the epicures of he city perhaps there is no real cause for dlsgruntlement Jf owl by an other name tastes good why should It not be a favorite dish7an- Frau cisco ChronlpJe The Waterproof Face I am convinced that our solemnity of demeanor is generated by our gray skies our piercing east winds our heavy yellow togs and our slushy roads and pavements The water proof face Is the direct result of a firmament of lead Many of us Eng j list people look like Incarnate um brellas Queen A BRAIN WORKER Must Have the Kind of Food That Nourishes Brain I am a literary man whose nervous energy Is a great part of my stock In trade and ordinarily I have little pa tience with breakfast foods and the extravagant claims made of them But I cannot withhold my acknowledg meat of the debt that I owe to Grape Nuts food I discovered long ago that the very bulkIness of the ordinary diet was not calculated to give one a clear head the power of sustained accurate thinking t always felt heavy and sluggish in th01ordlnarlweblood from the brain to the digestive apparatus I trledl foods easy of digestion but found them usually deficient in nutri ment I experimented wlta many breakfast foods and they too proved unsatisfactory till I reached Grape Nuts AnsI then the problem was solved pertemy hunger and supplying the nutri ment that so many other prepared foods lack had not been tfsjng It Yiry long before I ound that was turning out an unusual quantity and quality ot work Continued use has demcnstrat ed to my entire satisfaction that GrapeNuts food contains all the pie ments needed by the brain and nerv Otis system of the hard working public writer Name given by Postum Co BattU Creek Mich Theres a reason Read the little book The Road to Wellvllle Inpkga Y I S r St 55S j fS f r t t I 54 4s5- 55bSe D Si Ltt t4 e i i a vp lt t t i ia tJ b id aIS f IAo 4 t 1 r 4n J i i5t f I newtrain are now ojt rthe public forreaervatlou of spaV f J ANAWltLSKIWHUMOR Covered Head Neck and Shoulders Suffered Agony for Twcntynvc Years Until Cured by Cutlcura For twentyfive years I suffered eg ony frpm a terrible humor completely covering my head neck and shoul ders discharging matter of juchof fcnslvencss to sight and smell that became an object o dread I con suited tho most ablo doctors far and near to no avail Then I got Cut cura and In a surprisingly short time I was completely cured Fot this thank Cutlcura and advise nil those suffering from skin humors to get It and end their misery at once S P Keyes 149 Congress Street Boston MassSEspecially Their Wives Some men are flattered by the thought that others tear them Ii A Great Mcnarch Wealthier than any brother sorer elgnmcster of legions which num ber over a million lord of more than oneslxth of the surface of the globe with subjects of many colors and races amounting to over one hundred and twenty million souls the Czar of all the Russlas will uot ho Invincible asINowadays every callow and affected young girl wants to study art Sim plicitys what she ought to stud It sue but know STATS or Gain ItILroAn dotogbuilnepFEASE J Cu nrnreialJ and that said flnn will pay ifie nuni of OSS 1IUND1IEO coLLARS for each and every ease bf that cannot bo cureJ by the use ot 1ArL3 CATImI Cvaz EYSworncotbll oib Oar of Dtetatjer D isstt A W CLEASOK lL tPrntr talffDaIT1811dctUreelyon ariteui Send for tetlmnnlalii free ToledoSuUvTTalc llalla Family lllla for conitlpitlon t A girl thinks a man is madly In love with her If he says her baby sister hall a sweet disposition ik Your Druggist for Allens FcotEassii tlI tried ALLENSJEpOTrEASB recently n1Il have has cured icy cbrns ana th6 hot barnlag and Itching sensatloain my feot which was akcost unbearable and Iwould not bo Ith out It uowMrsW V alkerCamden X Jn Sold by nil rgiitsie Strength Is the physical expression ot puvposeSWR15 THE FAMOUS Red Cross Ball Blue LarKH 2oz rtncltaira If cents The lInes CompanjSoutn Dead lad What a nwn likes about tho Fourth thingshePlio s Cure Mnnot bo too highly spoken of as- a coub curoJW 6EWES 355 Tatrd Avo- N Minneapolis Minn Jan Oisca Good Intentions possess the merit of sometlmuIklnd aura are authorizeS to rotund money If 1AZO OIKTMEHT aU to cart la I ta II I t 5SSS fX ki Y o i ikir ir l a P r t Ss pS 4 4S 5S- S l trt e 4 Jct 444t P fSa t 4 f Sa- 0 t i iScaZi 4f 44 kD51f5 W t io JI 1 f + sr y p t j iIr 55tJi- 5 ISlfC f L t ft q s s EXACT COPY OF WXAM CfU 55- H e5 t S 4e 54Ir4 ii I tfH aw wfl f tf SSS SsS 4ai J4 45SS t tlfrr r1 1tc2 1J5 5d54 4 c 4a t44 4S55r 5 4 ir 4S- Ss 5f St X 4t 4 e A p 3SJ L hS g frwSS Ss 44 4qas tS 45 i 5 isfFp Jr 2 J b 4 4 cfit t p a 5 45 C IATORirv 1i t Ji = 5t5SSSS i J p f T l43I- 3 TAKE A MINUTE itt y dJ1 1 r tS SS5SS 2v J LJ3lc J 4IiJlt sAND A POSTAL CARDxv ditil ri1 ff iff 554S SI I I 454 Ji 5r J4j1SHi I WRf7ETHEwdRDdTI1 CALIFORNIAr i bvCYOUt name and address send ing the card to me By return mail I will send you free some interesting15SS 4 A iitefatiife V if ft j If you are to ask jqtrestionsthey will be answered correctly promptly ourteoiisIy ft SS i SS 55 1r t 0 4 lj t 1oJI11 r53I nfjundingL i 7 rtr t 55 j 11SSS5 5 fi55 J 4 I J 1 T SSSSI 55 1 cAS st t ISeSt j tJ I IC4iS Sc Ia- J ct4 J p h S r s I k qSfl1 tp S t St Se t as Sap I F s I P4S 0w f i f I S Np S i 4 II4 J i a b r dS Cr1 a I 0 s p I 1 5I v 45CC5 ICa1e0 I f d o y IS S Xp p S 1 f ot a J d t I I e aS J a tl5 t r I If I t a to J 1SC t J y t S a tp f a rC JI a IC C y h S 4 loa Pp t T 4 a A a i 4 t t c SI t I J r SI i S i S l f = l3 b S t f J 10 1 SC jct1r L c r L I 1r1 q Jf JOot t I r A Ii rJ0 I tltf f IIIr D tt i Zrt f V 1 L = il1fo-S X totf 1t J t i I1 c rJ rt r i j t t ji ft C i J J 4 i2 fr 5 titr riai h Ia CC 4 i lo AClfI i p 1 r cC a1L e ICS am u jP 4C 1t S ltii o t tti 1 l itCfc iIR illi i 1 C yrt f hit tijw c a whart kc wIR RMa ieft Rtlac pricUet ft a4kIIe Dr Cook W r r Sbrawm lat A eret4cc 1s i teai1iirm1oeatIo- S L rjl t 10 1011 AaJJtI tfttl soclatevcatwa1 th1 ljeate1Wotf about forty guest I W AllcJ Mra W Peters and Mrs J T f i i Crocka atthe home of the for w Mer1Tharsy afteraoom from 130 f te 430 oclock The rooms were r = f lr4ecoratedlB red white aM c being 0 cJa z ptriefc The tally cards were x t reprMMitajJ of drums and the ir favors were arioUtire U S lap bDtkosfxamata ere crved at 4 ecJ krTke tIe ipedtool 4 t tou forOfe ttp yVg ts sack At F witt bug suMaber the Z 1 eccli lla W earai t Ct1 1 i PErJWOUSCt 1 SiflMtb dIt hava tweli4 dA Jf fps1kRM ift1cla frit L 551fty t I i I lrev PCJsawwIlIkjld 1ir 1 rq1iJHtt1aK at I4exligto4ln f a oOn1 1 t 0JofJ J r t TIM SMi W1asti Society f + 7 l wkl Dr E IO O erraat ps prsitkt hip1eye4 twcaty ti t w ta It ot Ig81ut ttJIitM TennseCPIOUatI5C Ct f f TIIJ Rtv 1L reI3TYEI t J wM urft a i J 1 a asry toChias Iabadiig a4dt1O atkr 5 r1 1 MCO aid waits 1r Aiii1CIIiIirItWih1b tksirM zMsti1 t1i CkIsa- tsY A Y q DVC SI J nI tYi t SMr4ayjuwy o lo A B 1 i 3saw4 in Ii t5dJf8ikoari r f t t J ptJr Jtchlrt dk lr1day i f4 rMgbtJnak7 19t oilvnle1i i5n he was1 the oldest j e cldi When the Jat ICI i lsow caawT iKn Ricliart who I P v1C Mud with Iris only surviving Tsoa i aid c M Richart aotlced p r fl tIIMt tMMriaat lud sot swept the SMIT fromibepocc1i at toe Rich e tf art ill 1Dce Stcvriag a broo a uL IM k ipted OB sw ltHpw CitI fi c iip4ylsIIs4 aad death r wlted rvice were ccodactfd at= 7t eTuipct tday ahsraeen1C 1 jgihs1y1twsd f 5L JjsR151SS1e7 Jos Hawe Jilt4d Wwa JRIY r 4iI 4Jf a j 4C q 4gr y t I Ii X l t 11t i t t j ji5Ja t C5 qWf c J J i J f47r j 4F tf c f taS 155S1 t ti 1 oo a 1 4 h llJ 1 tIt Y 1 5I 4 a 1 T OI t vf S 45 Ii f ff i I t jL 5SS aC4 b Si r1tsM aitcointy to f Mrs ille to fun vptpf tkeSpri8PS80 tnekoteln cia bePgbed by gs There will be a Union Missiona ryRi1Jtalh Methodist church SuBdaJv tyealnj tJocJocJ These rlll be only services own asdveerybody 13 urgently n CiueI On their way to Iowa Rev am rsMP Artasmith wire in reckon the Big Four express near anlt8kee HI Lhree ere seriously Irjurcd but beyond a vtrc1ihaldng upMr and Mft rasmith escaped irjury 4 roo kin rail caused the wreck Iam a candidate in Ike Tour tfBurope contest and would es em a great favor if my Irlends ho are going to subscribe for the ourierJouraalor renew would ast their votes for me and also dailytoarlerJoornal CFLORENCZ KNIoit The WC TU at wlnirsvllle has decided to raise funds sufficient t dutymof intoxication and to ferret out when and where the liquor was obtained It was also decided to ooen a reading room where the men caacongragate any time f salts them and where innoct- gasa can be indulged in j Outfit your kitchen wlthX and rp cent bargains at Mtiiff Knights Last Saturday and Sunday were said to have been the warmest Jan- WY days since i8o OyucoaU Werecaat aside and firesides were left for the balmy atmosphere outside The temperature was as high as 7j degrees The mean temperature Monday was 60 de green bat at night the mercury began to fall rapidly and freezing was reached the next morning DrL Po VC Williams former ly cashier of the Lenora National Bank atMorehead which suspend ed several weeks ago will remove to Sherley Indiana where he will practice mediclite Dr Williams lie been one of the woe t enterprising citizens of Morehead and we lope that he will do e1Imhis new Jome He reprcMitted Bath lastCoIlsttiptOsal Every eat spent gets full value oa Hatlifi KaIgkt lIs and 10 cent coHBter MiM Bess RHtberford daughter of Dr and 1s JW Ruthcrfjrd of this towaT axaadidate ia the Iourto Ero contest iaatitated by tIM I UvlllrCourfr Joernal Her aeiiiMtioa appWcd ia Tues 1pep Otkr caadidat r i J 1ro tJ 10B r j r SIS a aIt Jm a f7 c a Mrr Ior a f i a Y l a 1 11t J ti 555S 5Ia jC t a fit c 1 4v p 554 t I a I I t7b = C1 Mr RitersMr andMrs Cole Bas dIIon and Mrs WaIt ler SbarpBUaT shall never forget my Jrlcncs 1am now only a can didate for n iveQ and doot want an early ejection With goodS wishes and kind regards coupled with the hope that success will crown all your efforts lain yours truly- MORDnCMWILLTA7dS Our Town Council The Town Council of Sharps burg is composed entirely of H ird1 shell Baptists all of whom are members of the same church There was no delay about enfore lug the Sunday laws after they were sworn In and the Town Mar shal was ordered to immediately see that the lid was put down tight on every thing Maysvllle Bulletin Theonlymember of our Town Council who could possibly be con sidered Hardshell is the Chairman J C Nelson whose aWernal grandfather and both graldmothers were Hardshell or OLc4 School Baptists Yet Mr Neon Is like each of the other Councilmen a member of the Mis sUnary Baptist church at this ace f Various have been the comments of the State press about our Town Council but RR Perry of the Winchester Sun Sentinel himself a Baptist caps the climax with the following which appeared in are cent Issue of his A special from Sbarpsburg says tiThe new Town Council which cently went into office and which composed entirely of members of Ie Baptist church ordered the lown Marshal to strictly enforce the Sundayclosing law This was done today and every business house including barber shops meat shops and restaurants was tightly closed Not even a dgar could be purchased Heretofore the stores and meat shops were permitted to keep open until 9 oclock Sunday morn lings and the barber shops and res taurants were allowed to do bust ness all day cn Sundays but the DewConccllsays the Sunday dos logllaw must be observed A number of citizens are up in arms against the new order but the Councilmen declare that they will remain firm This reminds me what a drunken fellow on the train said about Jellico Jellico is part in Tennessee and part in Kentucky and there are separate town governments I asked him about the town and he anlweredflKen tucky Jellico is all right you can get any thing you want But Teny Bessee is no good a lot of Baptist have control and yoji darsnt to spit Its a bargln If Its on Ratliff IKnlghti 5 and 10 cent counter V t 4 J t o f J S s ri4 i J t f t tq 0 a 1ta p 4jhS iS ff 9 f jl v tC ot WiIJ Ji l i l tl t 0ii t OiL J thslcktftll Mrv pliast Peters vlu d relatives we 1 V jil Peters has started ap a gro cer a tore s vV Mrs Smoof t Miranda wai burte4 here rhur dlly Lee Yan Aasdafesold his tobacco to A O Robertson for 1centS t Mrs Tim K rns and on Adrian spent Sunday with hef mother in who Is very IlL Mrs Tim Kerns and Miss Vir ginia VanArsdale were in Mt Sterling Saturday shopping IIn a contest Fdd y afternoon William VanArsWe won first prize and Ida DeWodard second Mrs Carrie ArrasBlth and daughter Mrs A Q Robertson spent a few days with Mrs John Eogllsh in Mt Sterling Bro Jones filled Hiej presiding elders place at theME church Sunday two helpful r Interesting sermons were preached v Primary Dept Julian Wllliatai Chas Givens Mary B Baird Inez Day Stella Crouch and Mattie Judy Botts Teacher Virginia Van Arsdale I SI Koyiipldsville jMiss Hannah Boytfis Betterrrvv closed at this place riK day Silas Corbin attezided court at M Slerling Monady 1 Mrs James Bennetts baby girl who has been very sick Is some better v Ji BORN January 18 to Frank Hedger and wife near BaldEagle a daughter John Webb of near Bethel spent Thursday night with S O Duggette Will More MT from a loaded wagon Thurs yd fractured his collarbone John and Marsha Sto e sold their farm of 55 acres to Nunnelley Everman at 36 per acr Will Phelps sold hi of to baCO to Stone Robertson of Bethel at 734 cents per pound BORN Jaanary I to Isaac Honaker afadNdfer of Burbridge Branch a son7 ftsthnr Washing nn f X Mrs James Watson whose obit uary was in last weeks WORLD leaves a husband and five children Mrs W T Hawkins Lithe Will lam Burns and John Thomas tc mourn their loss We extend Wr condolence to the ta- vfr4PP l family I l L i iJW II I t v S i 5 CI D 3a tt SC i i CC t I I I fb1 2 I 2 L o Ce yo aa l I rf1 i fKjt ICt f I r d r Sf Y h hS P 4ri S I iJl 1 sSS J CC t S4 a tf 4 JS 4 i 5 ffI 1 1 tt YCa = TIIt t rr lip beq I 4q5 jtasiI r 1 iI 1II 4 i5 t t 1 l t J S e Jo I r 1f r t t I 4ttr tt r alat fi r r f t df1 S i I S r fL ftFf5ftt y4 t lI ti f i 11 i sZiL L7d 4 S tS 5S rI d j t JJ I C uog 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