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News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, December 12, 1907. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1907 new1907121201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, December 12, 1907. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1907 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 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rJMrtEc c atlj Dei tie ttqk Upatta a 1 li T PO JBryaa Assessor 0W4TMitchcIj Deputy v t KortlTof treasurer l J 3tgoaeryCoroner 4rC MIik s miildP1Q1 dr t2 CITJY COURT FPolice Jwdgt a Gracellt rshal 1 i 1 w rGiicb1 City Attoiici- ii r f tt t JUSTICE COURT i li l Jn tkitrtS are held in January t AprilJsly JikhJctober r J Qrcla Dt ry ICETHODIST mCR ley GSw Lyon Pastor hSe- ir the Ffrtand Third Suudtv- st jekionthatUamand73O pm l Siart jScltOol every Sunday a aOam fSj6r S i1 every Wcdmesday i r i i W CATHOLICICHTJKCH fviivt1 i lMfcr3PF Henilessa7i Pastor Ser i4 PYtt1hnday at 8 and 10 qcloc- kt f Services at St Rose same Hours l tit 1 pIII3YTERIANr CHURCHci j k Rev JR E c Lawson Pastor jfc kiJHt yery Sunday at 11 am s M J pm Sttfldiy school every JNuitmT at 10 fin ayor inletJfi r TiitT Tkmr dveninE at 7 oclock BAPTIST CHURCH j rr iSV HanY n Williams Pastor L J i sching eeiy Sunthy atU am J 7 iJ Sunday School evenI zMT t93O a m Prayec meeti- ngTT cyeuing at 75octo ri CHRISTIAN CHURGH Jtev W Fv Rogers Pastor Ser Jirst aMfpur h Sunday Sunday tt3eam t 2 1cq kPratr Orderi rsifOipX Springfield lodge S eet lInt and third7Mdttday hc J =tkj 4i ci ajK A Chapter No SJr t yeeycond Tuesday t Scb4tncirAuS2 mcetsi L genday1 ZI ttqM AJtESMeet i r Jv f fic TChfl1C I ZJ = J KbdoI For IidtestionI Itee CouponI I sotarooboitIeof4adIus3 your money Tfr afttee fiirWiwd rua eb it it to the aewer at HittaiIsaMisfYoi-th 4ird t Towart I bt b tLSJza br y bige 4t fipfi5 J4 fi r3J l s fA sPINGFiELQwA1NcouNTv f T J1 i MiL Cornelia Wickershstnij of the NvaclVicinitywstriedt xsfpreaotirjrf in Judge Hughes courifiik t Thursday on a writ of lUDCif adjudged insane aud token Y Dexi gtonasylum the same day by her huskandI Thfe cae of MwrWrckersnanQ iis a peculiarly sad one About ayearago heji niinjl became throned on the subject pf relig ion iWhUe a tent meeting was being held near Her oq viHmtMat ffHt time and wai tried and sent to the asylum but was re MAted a rW months afterward Or Eccouhof her declining iiealthI and it being thought that Jhef heath was a matter of8 very short time Since coming ft me the condition of her mint has grown worse and it was necessary to Constantly keep a guard over her for fear she would do herself bodily harm Several weeks aaoduiing an unguarded moment she slipped away prom her home atpd was absent for several days before she Cofild be found being finaly located Harrodsburg t Mrs Wickersham is abbutt thirtyseven years pf age and the wife of Mr John Wicker sham a well known farmer of thv Nevada ccmmunity Har odaburgDemocratt t A Real WunderlanditVil South Dabcjta with its rich Silver mines bonanza farms wide ranges and strange naturall formatio sis a veritable won Borland AtMoflnd City in the I home of Mrs E D Clapp a wonderful case of healing has lately occurred Her sod seemed ear death with lung and throat ir obJec Exhausting coughing spells occurred every five win teSj writes Mrs Clapp l when began giving Dr KingsNew Discovery the great medicines at saved his life and completJe lycuced him Guaraa teed for coufeBs and oblds throat and gtrgublesbyJiaydon2ctht- son druggists 50c and 100 Trial bottle free i Remarkable Romance Mr George Fletcher a promi nent contractor at Leitchfield is the principal in one of the moat remarkable romances ever recorded in this section of the State Mr Fletcher who was born and raised in the country married a young English belle JL trival faccily quarrel l resnl din their separation He then removed to Lei tchfield where he married into one of Graysons most prominent lamUlesThe second wife died lastyear ndi Mr Fletcher lapsed into a state of melancholia In the midst of bis sorrow he wrote a letter to his wife in London asking herto leave for America atonce True to herword shemet himinljou isvilla and jthev happy couple were bncs mofemarried The groom is well known here having bud severall handsome rest aEKt sin our city and is univer saUy popularr ETown News GoOd coniil MeaiciDCfor pta The season for coughs aid colds is ncyr at hand tidttOo much tare can j not be used tcr protect the children A child is much tnore likoly io con tract diphtheria or scarlet fever when hehaS cold Thq quicker you cure bis cod the less the risk ChainS berJinB Cough Rmcd1is the solej reitencp pf many mothers aba few of those who have tried itare willing to use aby other MM F F Starcher of Ripley VrVa says4 ijl have ncr used anything otber thsn ddambcrlins Cough Remedy for my Children and it has always given good satisfaction This remedy contains no opinmor OTher narcotic andmay be given as confidently to it child a ato an adult Kdr sale b3 Haycion Robertson May QfferRewardf iPerhaps no mann Kentucky felt more keenly yesterday the reflections east upon the State for disregarffif law and order jj brought bmy Sopkinsvijle troubles than VtJovernor elect Willson In an interview with The Herald he seyerjely con 1fqIYJ1vrUnviJii rihe liitPJ otb t i- ft c shell immediktelyseti sbouj ifIhofpugh iinvestigation 6f th0 affair and the guilty pnes shall bo pUnlShdY 1 It isprobable that Erpv Will Ol stlIodIt ed in the H kinsville raid He indicatej tbat he would totichI Tiponjlh mztterin hiajnajjijrral aiyress TuesdaiiiaiifdMJat later jire would go itbebjectarn lrIiog and ifiight pHa jiogin his mespage to the Gener al Assembly When GQv Wilson spoke atE jHopkinsvilleI dilring his cjim palgn lto B000 people in thec Union Tab rna 1e there bett 4 oused iintense enthusiasm of t the assembly by dfeclaring that tthe javiless elements in any organization should not be coung penanced by decent citizens Iiic the audience were perhaps 500h growers of dark tobacco in the Christian cquntYdistriatt nThatt sponse was evidenced by theii majority of over 1300 which the count gave him despite thea efforts of Demooratic speakers throughout the county to distcredit him as a friend of thew tobacco growers by declaring t attorneJof InscQlar Pains core During the summer 1903 Iwas with muscular pains in theti mstep of my tuot s ys Mr S Ped 1tarI Was so painful I could hardly walk i dhcmbcrJains Pain Balm was reconJl mended to me so P tried it and v as completely cured by one small bottle have since recommended it tosevberal of my friends all of whom speak highly of it For sale by Hayddn A Robertson TKe State Fair Site The McDonald site has been selected sthe permanent home of the Stat Fair The price paid for itj leaves the board int posessithrdf 117500 ht real money a sum sufficient for the improvement of the land and the u erection oj a main b irding Had any other of the sites offereda selected Kentucky would now be posessed ol a site suitable for the rectionof building with no money with which to pay for their ere liolJ When the McDonald site was first suggested The Times opposed its purchase for what it believed to begopd and sfficient reason On further investigation itl fdund that condition bad been misrepresented and its objection was withdrawn Nov that the selection of the McDonald stea has been made The Times can say in all fairness that it be J lieyes the board was animated b but one purpose ami that to dischargb its full duty tot tne ityand S1ataTitnas o Badly IXjcd Abraham Brown of Wmterton N lfhad a very remarkable rexperiencegot badly mixed up over me onet said heart disease two called it kidney lllUllUIC the fourth blod poison and the fifth stomach and liver trouble but none of them helped me ao my wife all i vised tr log Electric Blttei8f f whiter are restoring me td per fectheath One bottle dd me more gocd tho nall the five doettors prc5crib d Guaranteed 1for bloQd poison weakness and all stomach liver andrskidney compLaints by Haydori Robertson druggists SO- cVATEDA mini that as somemoneyorcatfgive a good personal boo d to act as agent for the Standard Sewing Mi chine Coltis wodbel a nice line fOr some good mercnant to handle Experience unnecessary will tfach you the business Write to wj Ward State gnt N130 East Bfoadwat Louisville KIT Trial Catarah treatments are being mailed out free on request by Dr Ishpop Racine W is These tests are proving to the people nthpnt a penny tpst the great value or this scientific prescription known tc drui gPsBtarrb1iru4Storei f H 51J- t jji A1rE1 AWFUL BkijrI1 1 montheTCIbatf Di trict2QOOOO M i f Worthof Prop4 r ieqyi troyed 2 Hopkisvjicyi Dee 7tAll the outlawry that has for eightv years beep crushed batik into the foothills dnd the low sandy plains of Western KenV tucky fo red into flame in Hop binsville early this morning as with taunts on their lips aid masks on their facps 300 men- alloped into t te unsuspecting ity brHles looped upon their orses neck and their hands brandishing the symbols of the fire and lend With the guns whichthey bore in their right hands afterthe manner of bravos they vreaKed ll the havoc which their minds could devise on the property pf the1 halfrouspd citizen and ij the torches they set flame to factories and property to the value of 150000 They strewed powder undeV the factories of the Tandys arid sent them whirling iinto the night bey rode rampant through the town and riddled t indov9 hotels and residences with their fire Even a tiny lunch stand which a poor Italian kept m front of the Planters Hotel the bullies could not spare ut they strewed its poof warp over the streets and sent the alien crouching to shelter I operatQrsand with v rirsesand random Stoi sent them trembling ino a blind alley where they keptj guard Al maihods by which communication mght be sent to the world they destroyed with txandwithVand m A brakeman on a Louisville andvNashviletrain jumped from his train io flag the engine and night rider crushed him to the ground with his back lull of lead Lindsay Mitchell a buyer for the Imp ria Tobacco Company was dragged from his house and whipped until the blood spurted from tbe tOrtured flesh Windows crashed throughout city ard thetttrembling people off Hopkinsville cowered in the dark and wonderingwnether tht wrath of God had come to Chris tian county In every way that brutality nd crude reVenge could devise the mob splashed theyeafly morning hour with destruction to makethe name of Christian county a mockery and to rnaktv he peope Tear that the hordes f Stile forgotten birbsrian race had blo1ten through the egcs tos estroy all Twentieth century In the business section the met naopposili fo their swoop was that of the agle and no one was prepared The trains had baan laid and the whole fiery debris had spurted into the sky before afiy one was fully awake It5 was then but a question of retreat Tonight two squares of the own are ruined JbFelfe the brakeman lies dying the women are hystedalwith fngh and a ciMzen soldiery of determined men are sleeping by ttieirguns- The prope ty destroyed was as- illows f HT ndy independent to Lunfjfroublds Irou1sAyer thinly cures coughs cojd- sbronchitiscOnsumptionAnd itceftainly str nsieak throats atici ngI Tbe can beoaiLstak abpq thh Yu now1t orytq41 v i a11 bco arIouse buil1ingnei ibJ JonnC Latham of N W YrLr M Wooldrxdge associationi wreliouse4 fpindy Fairleigh Regie ware h use JS everaicottages and small business houses djjoining were clmaged by fire and the entire gpss front of th pffica of the JJopkinavhie Kentuckian whichl hs been ithpa1ig tbriders efery days wJssbot out Wlndos of the Commercial Company1iiTOtist Company and the Bank Hopkinsville were punctured with bullett holes Many resi dnces iare p hot through and tIe entire insurance for th t50COOi p t jtThe riders came from the west about 1 3J ocloclr following the tack of the Illinois Central tey had left their horses at the on skirts and they m arched 1 othecityall wjtb white rags plated totheir shoulders Show lifrg the wisdom of the head that Jd planned the entire raid the- nW made at once for tile police apd fire headquarter where j the outnumbeced officials were t i easily locked in and tjie next destinationl the telephone arid telegraph offices were easily depopulated and the womMV 0perators and night manager i RUt under guard in the cold street These two stroke put thsriders in sole n session and shots began the deadsien e of t the night at once s RaTa tba ere thrust out of the windows 7rfre made targets and they were as quickly pulled in again t When the Vloose floor inde pendeut house of M H Tandy was reached the riders set thejr grebes tor the stock and the c bjjildmg and iit was a mass of i nantEs at ofice f Wooldridge4housa and twentyeight hogsheads of associated tobacco caught fire at oncd The business district wa4 r now equipped with a flamg centerand af erwating tjei hat the houses were hoperesslyr in flames the mob mashed up Fourteenth street toU3ampbellr where stinds for atolid f square the E eie waT hoa e This was set afire and it burned quickly n tto the ground j S tickling cough from any cause is quickly stopped by Dr Shoops thoroughlyharmless ells mothers everywhere togive It- ithcntheithtjoneven to very young a babes The wholesome green leaves and tender stems ofa lung healing mountainous shrub furnish the cura tive properties to Dr Shoops Cougha ealsathesoeandmembraues No pplumvno chloro form nothing harsh usedto injyre or suppress Simply a resinous plant extract that helps toheat aching lungs The Spaniards call this shrub which the Doctor uses Tl1e Sacred HerbH Always demand Dr Shoops Cough Cure For sale at Refll gross Drug Store t Records BrokenT The reportof the Secretary of Agriculture which bas just been submitted to the President says that farm production for 19Q7 is yell up to the average In quat t tttr while its value is much above that of any proceeding yoar The farmer will this year h ve tnoro money to spenn and 7 ore to invest than ie ever Ihad bif re put Of his years workI v lff The rpplrt says Durum wheat was introduced into this conntry in the years 18991902 by tile departmeutnat the frt cost ofy 10t00 This years crop i isworth 30000000 more than cvicthe annual cost of the go tire departmentj 0000000 acres ire now used much oJt land 11he1 J iloJ VIT It I r i f- I J I toauesa41t1Z rid ihsibd coo I n3 pronto e Las tb roWlqo4 tgr bsbat r J sugarbeet Jlsnrerpidly4incr- eisiug ltIYriIe f s tAlfalfa 14 pron5buiK lt I def ful plant for pro cing- wealth The total l opt off alfalfa hay in 1906 fg ei IIl J tto be worth OOQOOOOO l4r tIThe finest pblfee Substitute ever J byDrhave taboil ft twentytpc thirty tutu utes Made In a mmute1 say the ytlii produceS Not a krah 9f Teal JCfoffefe iuiit eltjier Health CoffeelmitatlQn is made from puretoasted cereatsor jjkeallyitwouldunknowingly driqii ft for bpffee For a1e br lrcEJr J ahad tj BlackburnRead e1 jfof S Veral Louisvilla i friendsl ot JSeyafbrWJoeJ1t BIakir have iSeen apprJ8jdi thathe wiLt fte ifi Louisvillei next week andVtb ath e iS4hinelnYetsai WB 110111 ojt1 Panama and iis expected tp arrive in l ew Yok City to yor tomorrow Senator Blackburn was appoint edo member of the Is hmian Canal Commission a few month ago by President Rboseyel1 and since that time has been busy with his dutiesoithe isthmus The visit pf Senator Black birnlCeiqcky at this time 3 regd J j Jfi patttcuJarY sig- niflcaxtSdme Democrats and Republicans ar0 inclined lo cot it as meaning thut he will be near the Scene of battle w en the Senatorial content iis waged befpreJihe General Assembly jjn January and tht be will be within convenient hailjn dis tance in case there i a deadlock on the D moGratfc n i petand mother candmate iis needed QeQfthe Louisville ratic Representative vboII thown as bin antiBeckham man sa yesterday that iif Senator Blackburn would say t1 kfTlTW he and to lbt e JekJtkEH Demqcrat Tfn the Legislature woujjjnine up solidly for him t There area number of tit1 hesndtand we are castingI about for a good De hook up with Some ohus favor enator McCreary but old Uncle Joe would undoubtedly eef the support of every Democrat in the Legislature who does otfeel boucd by the primary in whicH Gov Beckham secured his nomiuation Herald CdamberiWs Co gh Coiifih Rem edy Aids Nitre Medicines thit aids nature is most successful Cah mberla ics Cough Remedy aqts on this plan It allays the cough i aids expectoratipn relIc the lungs opens the ecretl nc there nature in tbrowintr uf1 cold nd restoring the syatemto a healjhy condition For sale by Haydon s Robertson Notice Notice iis hereby given tiiatc the Supervisors of ci6yJaxes for the city of Springfield KvHwill be in session at the office of thy ity clerk at 2 OCIOCKpp on uesday December 17th 1907 for the purpose of making an ex aminution of the City Assessors bookstand recoivii pQmpliute from property owners gith refer ence to the dssessnieQt cjf to thehvprppetty for city taxeV tb becoine due and payable in the year 1908 C M McGhprd City 0 fe k l I roft D dlOOi that somellmas terminates fatalI ly iis qhe stoppage of liver andl1 bowel functions 10 quickly end this condition itx ni dis agfeeable sensation r Dr Kings New LifO Pills should always b your4 remedy Guaranteed l sb t 1y satisfaotorjr in ever aseor 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Music 4 Due2Mr SN Miss Haydon Mr wonder PranH simpler jai A 1 atCb tn folk on tnr- sather tOgStbOFt- Stlh Ta l binorpg adl tI ah tytlIswbelIbilly aM havetwSirThosn oaasbold be o1ML ibosldtr7toSsdig sad fll of Mdenv ItS a hew rinver M wnhs A sIew40ttb 5 a- uUih mstch 6gt the sinwym eba t 50 1 4 ktsr I itbN Wa bstsin c bs Aplayertblakandt sbsattttoalt The answenSbrewdSIowaN fw f 1 S drea- all Its r I r IS E W SLBS DE R 7 ii J I Q5fWa1- fI y is ttttl4RVAHOI son 1 da jfGP1LDCY- 11L f rtiSlliYDN J- rF I t t Tl44uI usu JJ isMs pit viitdt4lLbe1MttaIt bus at spdiSkt sIpsI s4 pMaJfnU rittfi tiladeM UbelYE t at 3bfl puIcEi f IW l f 11 mITJI Ma t h nJIiIieMlrtIQ iI i fc Dl Qjcfcrd Itv Barneit ie 17 efectedt PriM at of the S ha liSociety of EqiIy exea wd himself Plainly in rskiis 5g tolhe d Pt Hopkins Sovile11sbI riIcat desire k denounce J ktgftiIgst terms at m 1 the recent outrageous all hoe who composed k JrinceoiiLd 4 all other un eh hare ben Mern Kentucky has 110 fcoiri dge as to LOtflOt tR people arew Ioeof1IM American So j To qnity Ifthy are bH h yjir worse enem 4 spctttf than ifJtbe k ottteidert Evefi are 4 tit i orthiB society anda g i wellwishers for 2 t Ulit i priIlCivll will r n hey canitrr f iq 1 UI I nK 10 l J t v perowboimLtru ftend LLr will akerisordr ieflwkj p which rd rv pchem 1fi ed to txqiU and bring a I died of VOflCjI care r 1 il f irth1Q10WD v iF ML localityj orisa1RPI t rt xteIids D 4r At i i I Jlit ou ou tn 1 L 4 i AnitSminae crowd assdmtleo 444 SFN1I fort Tuesday to witness ie1a lD ralceremoD e r j ip l 4hkh iMa e ABg 3tts E Will B c frc ROTaciwrotKentucky Govp l WHitOB Bw4e a speech in which ty if proimd to uPh law and j Wi IsiILrrf District Coraniittee pfttht itJliKe1Tobceo Society is in iffirIt issigp at Wnchester It is re fl7iI IiJtid lpoitd tbat a proposition is on vl t J 1S tti xwkl 5riDg a saliof the v i 1 r po tobacco to the trust i J ji 1 Weasyer you feti tiat your stoni t Mi JaUtt1e wrong or when iel tfiatitif not In good order f MM cy6IOe ty t mean headacbet- MTTt MUM iMi broth and belch iqJ imKt tak oetbthg at times anj g p eUUf after your w als nnril re lkf Ii Jifr rde4 Tkere k aothlnpj 4 1 ett t Otid the public today fora SIj i1t 1 I ti4MI etctka KODOL Thfs is a ckMttilc fcepjeratloit t iral di f r f Uato eo bledWit1egetable i aeiAgaad it e Btains the same juice J fo i iiii fa Terj healthy stomach KO 9jHi 0 tji jtamteed to give relier It is i i t take it will mke you r 5W bJ digesting what you eat iS WltJie Bed Cross Drug StoreE TathaHi SpringstI f7 i Are fcnMmy people in thii comwunity have been very sick 1AI la Some say they ff t with grippe 1 hue the gripp tihak the grippe has fwI Bom since our Armstrongii I3yi rj UM wifa pt George 7 girl df tie i CoLvi a girl o ito r Moving and pooling seems to 1 3bstfe talk of the neighboahood 14 f MIJ M Royalty has re i A covre his dwelling house and ii tg drV l4IclJiifciBanewcoatofi paint t x wbkk adds very much totbe GbiM7ofii s Mr 1laer Bartbead and if faniily Dock 1IltJdn family E s TbaklC tinjj Vith rnl Tr 181 JIadth men per fiI Tri4 aid Saturday in huntt m g The Sebool at Pleasant Hil t 4s riar tavfht1 bY Pof Sam 1swilteQse Fi ijtay Dec 3 l IjiieftrrjbocJy prnbIDg at tis remember place 18II i IIUvaDd fourJi bundsyr IIi s pqu 0tb f p Mttbi 10SO meetingb 1 a42 ii tbndl and i Bunrfaj iwrttt liter the lift t jt l gtr I ebr htlasi w4 e rs sorry ttG o F4 w- dri ijim and br fce Ais leg jusiabovo is be ankle yhic1V was a orDpainful wt 4JlIb1ithey say he dUnng Jifrey now MftThom Oilj5 WIandHtrbeni were he guest of Haryie Thompson and wife 3unsy MfV J S loyalty and family Visitedi their parents at Ashhropk itSaturday and sundayr Mr Sato nil RojaUy has returned home from tv months siti at Mt Harmel Ill Hr Isaac Johnson lias hisu neir store completed at Fairviem and will me ye the first the He vjill begrealy missed this place IiMispen last Skturdsv With IlarvieSi Thompson a nrt wife J Mr Jc4inWSatterly is very grippeWeaooril J jIUHyacinth 18et l veblOod poison cancercar1mI les tifi sores scrofula eczema itchingo pimplyindiseaseltakeon all soresi heal aches and pains op and the Mood Is made pure and ch Drjiggifcts or by express SI per wrlbngBloodis especially advised for chronic deepseated cases as it cuteVMternelse Jails MOdI91 Miss Emma Wall whoa hassbeen the guest of relativesi herv returoei to her home in Louisville J Mr Smith of Campbells ville t as the guest of Miss Mar h Tucker tSupday Mr Norton the telephon in spector visited thetele houe ex change Jastj Tuesday Mr and Ms Alph Whitman rejoining Over the arrival of bJby giflj Mr Hitnar Lintonj of Tay lors ville 8p ntaftw diyslaMl week with his uncle James ruax v Miss Fairj Livddan sp ntSun t Jay with her parents at Mid way pur typhoid fever patients are doine1 nicelyl r MissRetecca Me Who ter has j Spring1dPamr Goatlevs J Mfan4 Mrs IWiINBaslTeSlvisited the i ttei- arehts it1aY Mrs 1V lij11Jl nib rHn of- OulSVil1P5ti e of h9r tel Mrs Hurbevfc EddIe anIBcsr s Good Lvic Or S yfoofover inoftbe- best knoWn merchants of Lei aysviIle N Y sayscIf you are ever troubled with iles ap ly Buckldns Arnica SJLalye ItJ cured me of them for good 2c years ago J Guaranteed for sores J ounds burns Jor abra 9U8 25c at HayQon Robert socts drug store THORN Hi lib Misses JAdary Car ary Ind aggie Hiatt were n Mack lie Saturday und Suu ay Mr George Fenwick who has saverfmontbawai1tbe parents Mr anc1 Mrs G W Penwicl last weelf Mr and Ms Will Buckman spent Sunday with H S Lit ey- and familyI Mr Ray aid Lea Coyle were the ge5ts of Nel ie Log on arId fiinily Idatu day and unday LMr George Fenw ck isiD Lebanon this weeK MisSQS May and Delia and Mr Will Lojrsdonsp ftSunday with Nellie Logsdon a jd fumily The Thorn Hill schcul will ba out Friday afternoo and w aresory for vfJIss Er ma Hiatt j Jl good teacher and w will iss oerin our cmmunitj when she is gone Mrs R P Lanham aid two soVSifAUtertuncl Leo spent Sun 1lder1son Millions of bottles of Fplevi Honey and Tar have been sold without any person ever having experienced any other than beneficial results from its se for coughs colds anti lung troublev This is because the genni iue Foleys Honey and Tray in the yellow package contains no oolates or other harmful drugs Guard your eolth by rpfusing any but the germ e Sold by the Red Cross Drug tore A Fine Boar For Sale 4 I will ltat farmers price one of my herd Boars 18 months old fine breeder of large uniform I am alo ff ring Sep tembr farrowed boar choice nes for sale Gilts all sold Come ant see them or writ- eJESuElBY Springfield Ky rl Dallicr mAsKID Adnce When you have a rough cr cold do ot ask some one what is good for it as there iseangir in taking some uc xtownpreparation Foleysf HoneyL and TaT ures coughs prevents neuinooic The genuine is Inaycllow packagQ Refuse Sold by the Red Gross Drug Store- REPORT Of THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SPRINGFIELD At Springfield In the State of Ken tucky at the close of business December 3 1907 No 1767 cIcLoans and Discounts i 22738822 Overdrafts secured and un secured L 061452u U Si Bonds to secure cir culation 5000000 Banking bouse furniture and fixtures uJ 500000 Due from National bank not reserve agents srfL 38225i Due from Slate banks ndjbankers 66309 Due from approved reserv edacents 1232843n u Notes of other National banks j h 03500 Fractional paper currency nickles and cents 19577 LAWFUL MONEY RESHEVR IN BANK VIZ Specie 81193500 Legaltrnder notes 5338001757300 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of s circulation 250000 S32328028 5OOQoOOSurplus Undivided profits less ex penses and taxes paid National Bank notes out standing 5000000 Due to other National banks 467 9 Due to State Brinks and Bankers 42027 subjectto 13803154 Time certificates deposit 3265000 Notes and bills redis- counted L 835393 Bills payable including cer tificates of depcsit fUr money borrowed 750000 Total A 8323280286- TATE OFlKEKT UCKT COUSTT OP VA8tI IXOTO 83 I A C McElro Cashier of he above named bank do solemnly swear that the tDJknolcdgeA C McElror Cashier Subscribed and worn to lbCore ni e this 5th Jay of December J1907 CHAS M McCHOKD Notary Public Commission expires June 81 tO COKUECT Attest JOHN Y LKWIS j H I GRUHUY I Directors BL LITSEY Jack and Jill were both qui e ill Now each are well and wiser For blues and headachesjave to g 0 Vhcn they take an Early His r DeWiUs Litile Early Riser Pills ar old by Tile Red Gross Drug Store Dr Waver Syrup and Cerate Jnccessfnl treatment for blood and kln dlsca ea L IThe Placec To Get YouriIII SAA CLAUS 11Buketsand Barrels n ofall kinds and nuts from I 10o Tojlfie I C Per Poundd I Nuts Raisins FigSi in fact all kinds of Fruit Toys j A nice present at reason able price Come in anddet me show you Kdon t want anythingAIeft over 1 Come andipt l Bargains early I i II t A DESERT SANDSTORM1 r v I i Axper3enceWhile Crossing Sahara What it means tp encounter a sand storm lIn the desert of Sahara is de scribed by Mrst Palmer Thomas Few Cttpbwerlessness as a desert sandstorm and shall never forget myexperlence of one Our dragoman one day sudden ly called oqr attention to a Thirkening- shorizon line See be saiQfWndstornr Weibad wthesand before the storm was upon us Each man threw his kaftan over the peaks of his saddle and crouched withhin the shelter it afforiled and that hformed by the aAlmall body behind a him while I nestled in tire hollow 0formedder drawing the folds of the blanket nUkcsec beast knowing what wnscomlngl turned her long neck right round andylaid her head On my Imees seeking the epmtectioiagainst the sand which driven by theafury of the wind struck the face lllicn powdered glass aButI SllongI g ed to be a muss of brown gouzeellC streaming up across the sky darkening the sunlight and gradually blotting utseverything from our sight An icy wind preceded the cloudlncrenslng In 111luteusityor its roaring made ones own voice IxInnudlblep that of densest night And so we saty silent in the uoise and the blackness l until the hurricane nbated Then look hIngwlntlllt miles distant and the cloudless blue of a March sky In Egypt three more over hne covered with the sand that had fallen and notwlthstapdln my sheltered position the sand was lying on my dressp and hat and was thick upon us Form some time we watched the brown cloud losing Itself in the ltI mrlnslti of the desert where the whitening bones a of animals tell wlthsad frequency of the overwhelming fury of these sud lIen tempests thep we mounted and rods away Chicago iNews WHALES AS RAMSV Cases Where These Marine Monsters Have Attacked Vessels n Willie cruising In tire south seas the rnlrlouHITire whale lied not been wounded her self and her attack was very deter mined At ber first rush she passed under the Essex rind carried away a great length of her false keel Then coming to Iu surface a considerable distance avay she appeared to take bearings aI deliberately charged the f vessel 7igiil ramming herewith such violence thtil she stove in the bows whjle thu ilp rolled so heavily that the captain thought she must be dis a mantled The case Is memorable be cause the crew had to abandon the vessel and one boat was never heard c of again A more singular Instance of a whale attacking a vessel occurred In 1S05 The singularity lies In the fact that In the case of the Handa Isle the attack i was entirely unprovoked Tins vessel t a brigantine of 200 tons was ou her 5wny to Sydney with a cargo of tltnjber On Aug 24 about noon n couple of sperm whales rose very close to the Vessel and while tire crew watched i thorn sporting across her bows the t pnjr uddenly Jlued around anti came stralgC for her One thought better of ff anjBdlved below the Ilandn Isle The other struckrher fair and square on the beam crushing in her timbers Having rammed the ship Itr this reso lute fashion It sheered oft terribly damaged about tire head and present ly sank tall first Fortunately there were some packages of rawfihles on bbard and the crew were able to keep the vessel afloat with thd pumps until n rough and ready collision mat bad been ash loned out of these and drpwn ojrer the leak Baileys Magazine Women of the Kurds As to the way the Kurds treat heir women an Asiatic traveler hays They neither veil theta nor Impose upon them heavy manual labor TheIr women well clothed and are tree to ride abroad bully their husbands and express their opinion in public af fairs with as loud a voice asiny suf fraglst could desire To see a woman of sixty upright as aj lance null with n good figure 1f not uncoiwnon rirrih tllnt1 think is a sullSclently strlkluj testimony to any uric ncqiiillilted wiih tire east A Practical Letter There has ituwitly bioir nn oiltrrv against iln HctiTloration In modern Utter writing hut the following rIl4 tolary trhititpli froui a taikjr hits 1ev jled Ihln s up liivi tolt y iHsncd a writ ngi Iris ou vLohil ttilor whosii iottcr was nrotliicid ill Iilit iVrst hillierCutllt jurt for tin amount of ynuivltri lIIIttrlg fur u MiitliiHiinco of vilfir ls- tiiiiril favor rtinhlu etc Ifuiidoi Clllh MatteriA Business SIte Hvro Is yi r iigJsMiniij ring iiiil funniit marry yon lnyi nu iiiiir Tie What Is Iris nn moV jjSln li hml1Nllltnu y oii woiit kill him vlM you lieOil trot but ulgjit do ii deal with him ttiOIlItJJ Ing Soirlrti j PuhJSBe8kcr r IDtcrrnDtld- veryfrevOcntlyIuterruptd would not happen if Foley Honeys 4ughsandI preumom and conenmption The genuine contains no opiates and arid is in a yellow oackag Sold by the pea Ifross DrugStore There ia something about KtJnheds Laxative Cough Syrup that makes it difforent from others as it canea a free yet gentle action Jt the bpwels through which the cold Is forced oat oftthe system At tha same time it healsirritaiioriand allays Inflaniationi of the throat and lungs it is pleasant to take Children like Con tains no opiate nor narcotics i Sold by theRedCross Drug Store Kodol OttlHr STAGE FRIGHT ctqrs Have Been Known to Die From the Malady Perhaps the most terrible malady which can attack thQ actor In the course of his performance in the pe ullar disease known as stage fright Through itpievll effects strong men and women have been known to faint break down and do many other queer things and there are even on record cases of people who have med through this horrible seizure Some years ago a young novice who as to appear for the first time ar rived at the theater very white nnilt shaky Brandy being given him he appeared slightly better put no sooner ad he set his foot on the stage thane clapped his hand to his heart with low cry and fell down dead The- verwhelming sensation induced by stage fright had attacked his heajrt ird his theatrical career ended thus ien at its beginning Quite is ghastly was the case of the oung amateur actress who strangely had never experienced stage fright jvhen playing with her fellow but who was1 seized with the ttack on making her firse professional appearance She went through the cenh aided by the prompter Ijer eyes lazed her hands rigid and when the xit came It proved her exit from lifes stage afe well as the mimic boards for lie staggered to her dressing room and Ifcll Into a comatose state from which lm never recovered Perhaps however the instpecullar tall was that of tire veteran rfortber who had gone through thirty ars of stagb work without experienc ing this malady One night however e confided to fellow player that a uite unaccountable nervousness hadI suddenly taken hojdpf him and that lie did not think lie could eer act again His comrade laughed at the notion mid urged him to go on as usual but is astonishment may well be conceiv d when the poor old player went on the stage and after making several vaiii efforts to speak fell back and ex ired Tub doctor who made the post ortem examination stated that death was tIne to failure of the hearts action evidently induced by the presence of n attack of stage fright Pearsons Weekly TYBURN TREE Lord Ferrers Tragic Journey to the Famous Old Gallows Park lane was Tyburn llane and Itt seems as If the gallows described In n old document as movable at one time stood at Its east corner It was there the ferocious Lord Ferrers was hung la 17GO for murdering his serv ant Horace Walpoles words paint the picture well He shamed heroes He bore the solemnity of a pompous and tedious procession of above two hours ion the Tower to Tyburn with as much tranquillity as If he Yere only going to Ills oWn burial not to his owji execution And when one of the dragoons of the procession was thrown rom his horse Lord Ferrers expressed much concern and said I hope there wlll Je no death today but mine On went the procession with a mob bout It sufficient to make Its progress slow anti laborious Small wonder that the age of Thackeray with Thack rays help set up Its scaffolds within four high walls Asking for drink Lord Ferrers was refused for salcl the BheijluV late regulations enjoined hIm not to let prisoners drink while pn Ing from the place of Imprisonment to that of execution great indecencies haYing been committed by the Uruuk nness of the criminals In the hour of execution Anti though said he m y lord might think myself excusable in overlooking this order out of regard to yourrlordshlps rank yet there Is an other reason which I am sure will weigh with youyour lordship is sible of the greatness ofJ the crowd we must draw up at some tavern the confluence would be so great that II vrjoujd delay the expedition which your lordship seems so much to desire But decencyso often paraded by those who outrage it ended with the murderers death The executioners fought for the rope arid the outi who lost It cried the greatest tragedy to his thinking of the dAyiT2anfi- j0t4h ST LOUIS GOLD lINE erTraces t f the Metal Once Found Within the City Limits St Louis has never been known as a gold mining center but there was once ti gold mine within the limits of the city undo what is more it yielded gold which Is more thim a great many gold mines hfthe Hockics have done In the sixties of the last century there was a well dug on a hill just east ot Caroiulclet park and the welt diggers noticing some bright spar kling yellow particles In the clay at the bottom did a little washing on their own nccoamt and found several grains of gold In the punrhe news soon got abroad and two exminers from Jlie west who were living In the neighborhood quickly got the idea that there was money to be made In St Louis gold mining so they sank a shaft not frfr from the vjell fully expecting rich returns from their work The jiliiijji ties jib puittll that they estimated n yield of alMMit 15 cents per ton of clay fj they filled up the hole and gave uj tire undertakIng In that place IllUt hnc Job Rutt they bud all tIre miners uiithu rtJm Nudjthc Tact that they found giUl at nfl merely stimulated their zoal 3 try in uiiuthcr place they went o the side of n mill where the Girth oieck hail washed awaj1 the earth niul made u clay prvclplc They dug a hole thpre where they also found traces of thf prodou metal but in do greater quaii UtI6Hthan l eforo Then they went up the crock hbont a quarter of a mile and sunk another shaft with uq better result They spent the whole spring anti summer digging holes around in tine neighborhood of thoipark but the only iewIt they ixullzefi from tire r lunatlcmuqb that both left anti went back west whore digging holes In the search for gold was taken more seriously than In St LoiZlsSt Louis GlobeDemo emit Theater Seats The seats were In the orchestra on the theaters Iqft The left side of U house always soils out drat said tho box office man Everybody seems prefer It to the right I dont know wiry Boxes especially we can sail two left to one right box every tim Nobody takes the right side for choice And there sQo reason for tllll As much goes on In in right extremity jf the stage asin the left we proprietors always look utter thnkanrt you see justul much froni twrlght as from tbctt olTn Is the 1e side always at r4Ne1O2- egns v TlmeDn r PEOPLE OF THE DAY Our Disappearing Forests 11m- ontli GIfford PInchot the government fork ester who has Just completed a sii inspection trip In which he traveled 5000 miles reports an Jilarm lag diminution of our lumber supply la twenty years says Mr Pinchot the timber supply In the United States on government reserves and private holdings at tire present rate of cutting will be exhausted IIn sounding Iris warning Mr PInchot urged that the danger of the situation should not be underestimated He said that the United States uses more tin her than any other country and that I 0 a S t oiPFoni riNCHOT every man woman and child would be affected IIp decried the policy of dis w counting tk future of the country by failure to protect the natural resources and he advices every one who has natl Ifalready done o to read President Uoose elts speech at Memphis on this general subject j About onoGftb uf tIne forest area of the 13 In government reserves i tfactlauds are better than the government reserves as n rule the governme- nttIoesiiotntrol 6neGftb of the timber supply Mr Tluchbt has studied forestryu r Frauce Germany Switzerland anti hAustria He begun systematic forestry work Intbe Uullod States In 1S9U Since 1S9S he has been chief of the bu of forestr Mr Pinchot Is 1thcmInd is fortytwo years old c Quiet ICnox Senator Philander C Knox of Pennsylvania does things quIetly and easi ly but non1 the loss effectively Some yar ago Ex President Harri son called upon him in his Pittsbarg Office I have been requested to ask you to serve as my associate In some Cm ciunatl street railway eases said Gen oral Harrison and I hope you will accept Knox signified iris willingness todO so add suggested that they pool fees and divide equally No responded Harrison will tie lilY fee and you get yours After tine litigation was entlcdf Har i6n called again on Knox Well he said in a sntlafled way did pretty nycll Iu that caso I re iroa nclfek for 2r 000y uta that silT Hctly asked Knox reoherl 1ntl If ydu hid pool IouIf1 A Convicted Insurance Official Dr Walter R Gillette former vice president of tlttl Mutual Life Insurance compiUiy who WHS recently convicted if perjijry In the New York courts ban Had a reiuni kable caiveY From an oh cure position In the medical depart merit he luxami gtttiicrai manager anti Inally second only to McCurdy In tho affairs of that great Institution Dr Gillette sened in the civil war nf a surgeon and later was connected UK WAIT 1 Ju uitiwrB with the New York postoSlee Whil here under Postinafiter Tames he worried out theplri for the first civil crvlce system adontctl 1ii any federal institution His success attrntot l1 the attention of PresKIoyt Winston then fiead of tire MutuallUfe amid he be ume n member of the medical stalL ruin that tlme bbj risq was ntDIttINothing Is newns what aen forgotten nernirin 1C When to Lift Your Hat In answer to the question Please toll when arid where are or Is tire voM rcct time for argentlcntan to lift or re move ids hit ivo rtuIr Without eon suiting authorllhH of etiquette In facto giving It to you offlwwil so to speaklwe should nary at flit 01l tngth11C8- rnd on the follnwlni occasions respectively the limit should be lifted or- ren10YelI p as circumstances indicate When mopplngth lrnw when taking t laabed when taking up n collection nihen haying tine hair irliuut d whe Ifolng shampooed when standing on the heatL Wichita Kiinl Beacon IefA Curious Anomaly 0tJntll n few years ago e Plilllppinc Islanders held their Sunday on the day pwhIchi IIof the nelKliboriuj island of Bdruco flT1ilshistoric fact tuat the Philippines were discovered by Spanish voyagers com 1 tag from tht east round Qape Hornip while Borneo was discovered by Tor iuguese c faiinff from the west nod saliJ rtorsl0segnlu a par according tatb r7tcrosinZthoPaeIflB jr 7r icSTslLii I LFcD CASH 1 IIJ I Iatoncef Saturto December I7 I 5 JstII W P Lawrence R SPRINGFIELD iYj t 1I j t pALL OA fef B D LakeII 1 i THE INSURANpE MAM If you have Insurance to Write 7 If you have any realr stat tos tltcall on BD Lake fif THE REAL ESTATE MAN 7Z 1 4 A Ilist of desirake Washin fcounty fams for sale No troub etooii V qhow propertyto prospective buy rs If Address t B D LAKE TV fi SPRINGFIELD t4xc J tQlOOM +Moat people know that if they Mi4ve i been si4 eyn7edco Ernl Jiotz to rini back healthand atris it But the strongest point about Scot s- 1Qt 6 EmuLsion is that you donti to b to get results from JtglIckIt keeps up the athletes strentIiptts fat 0 on thin people makes a fretful baby Vripy- f t II brings color to a pale girls cheeks aW i tvents coughs colds and consumption J 0 Food concentrated fonn for lick i Jtd i owell young and old rich and poor iA f y t And it contains no drugs ando alec iL- I ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND liOO O6OO1O4HHQ44HHO + rFor Wear aV Bridge The7 waist Illustrated is of maize silk figured Injrtark brOwn Seven plaits over each shoulder fnrntsh ue6essiry fullness over bust Fancy white lac OF 31ATZt SILi t with maize satin oujllu oblousyoke f plaited winiti net trimmed with the lace and satin The same tryiiinln np pnarB on tint lapuucse sleeves ovdilap inK puffed silk sleeves similarly trim fined and divided in center with band f satin with satin reeling High cal ir of silk and lace P81setl ExammaUon SuUCCc1qI1T Jameo Donahue New Brjjlsn Coon writes MI tricd several kidqt jreni edics aid was treated by out bes- tltyskiars for dIabts1btit djd flol improve until I took YKJd ey lurn After tire second battle 1i showed iraprovflment andfiV iiotflea cured me completely 111a18 since assed a rigid examinatioB for fft KJdnyCi1NJcur ntt bladder tt i le801dbyth dCrOIS JOMg Siqre t 1 5t Commisridncrrs Sale a Washington C rcultCo rt JKy Ellas Armstrong etal I Isaac Armstrong admr kit Dfc Bv virtuitff aJudgaa et au 4 fefw of sale of the Wasbiagfea CUICourt rendered at the O pher ttr1007 In the above t e shall proceet tooffer f t isle is t J premises in W1iugtc ceuatrE on the turnpike atutaf way4 twcCn Tatham Sprl Fa1rk church on 4 SATURDAY DEOEMftIR At2oclock P l1 r tins bINStt the highest bidder at p aupoll a credit of s4 niouths the fohlowI erty to Wit A certain tract or lying and being in W ty Kentucky and bou em s Beginning in the cet of Ta- tham Springs tmsrnpike a t3 h of Snyders road t1 roau N 13 w 1648 po ei 42 poles N 2fIX M 21 poles N5 ir 14 pfe w 19 poles N ttE lirpdd Elpo1ee corner to George Sa d r tbace wkk his line S84 B 2if uIe renerto Tyler Broth tc jdtk N 78Mpolee c to Alfred Sver thence wII 1ine t rr in poles to a stone I 1482 poles 42ihipoleS25Wpdpoles S 545 w 1VTZ es S 721 l loleS 35 w 25 S 86 w 1452 poles S 54 ir Jfcfllf fralea S Ti W 1152 poles to ttic MMitinfcr Co l ia ing 72 acres 3irii ind 31 sqwur poles This lyitRiiri Ctttated on fo iturnpike welliki N Vt wellicatr nearlyaIllakraWnForthe pkrice te ilir chaser Or purCa5ers rith appre securlty of ties must eawKmte bonds bearing kffal interest Ir date dfcate iAtil Tiald ahai rthe force nJ effect c A lien will be retalriae JAi lrwhieElKr ii executed BlMnM will tie required to cminflt pttw witb theseterms JtGf JUEACHMANr WQ it C C O lso tasXtiye Prui 9yrsp the seIaitIyt iiius Is doeS ot irritate It U tH Sst UxrUre G srutecdor ToBttnortey back Sold by Use Rest Crosa Drug ttre r i1 ir w 4w II B siIIIIEN T II RACTEO I PAIN I IN- I t13r fJifo eon I rt and pm i Drugstores J t i M S 0 floiseo a- ncc No 3- GGSBY YATLAW L vi r Peoples Bank- TNGFIEED KY fie bred M W FYATT HYATT id Surgeonsst uy f Bagans gro- Presbyterian iLi tBe Ray of SURGEON vdon Rob rt reo Office 115 r Residence 172 NY MAYS the kR lUIHtCTOR ilBUCEBEDQIUUlEI lOc anTELEPHONE AYiI9tNIGHT74SPRIITQFIELB fiKY Rairotfd Schcd 1ediFollowing is the time schedult y now In effect on the BardstowD And SpringtiQld branch railroad Mp 41 Leayes Louisville at 430 p mj Bardstown Junctioi 522 pm j BaMstown 606 pro dl arrives at t pringheld j70ff p m Io 42Leayes Springfield at o20 a m Bardstown 6Ui am Bards onJunction 60 am and rriye ktUuisyille 740 am No 48 Leaves L ui vi1leatde Bards toyi Junction82Q am in 830 amrBardstown 1100 am rrLvesat Springfield 1230 mce S No44 Leaves Springfield a t 100 pm Bardstown 2c20 pmtr pmfsee W t IoTrlve at Louisville pm 1i Np 90 Sunday s only Leaved Sprinslield at 715 aVm Bards toVn 8 am Bardstown l45 am arrives at Louisville g3 dm a JNo 91 Sundays only Leaves ja4Ij JunctioD 645 pm BardtoTnr 730 pm arrives at Springfield 825pm KLLTUHS 15 J AND CURE THP LUNGS i t W1T1 Dr1 kings L New Discovery p1- w 7 I FOR CQUCi4SOtDS ilAND ALL THROAT AND LUNfiTHOUBLES c 4 7 GTjrAJtANTEEBSATISFACIOa r ORXOlOrZ BEPUNBED ci t NO Hunting i lr hlf Hunters are warned that the i undersigned will permit no hunt ing on theiF1resteedve fanntt and tnat tho jaw against tres pass will be rigidly enforced Ben Edwards ifrJohn Y Mayes rr J W R A SIaldLnr Pee RHey w G Grundy rj Palmer GrundyI Oscar Walker J T Skeans JHMaysi i Q T Mays 7 G H Chnstersbn J M RasselJ G W RUss ll Bob Brads Henry Noel SMMaje S Clel Whit ouse Ip D armonr John Staton Rn Robinson J il Coyle J W T KimLerlin JakeKtmberlin V GN Campbell r W K Cpcanougheri J Pl Ba ljen John W Gordon Lee SfeaipriJ 5Ir Mammoth Brooz Turkeys 3both sex pure brdfor aL v r 4gcheap asotoW purebred kin g- I 5jvplngton 1 1 Mrs QE CIethens-J r Rf dnoi 5v Sprin J I L pb nUIlber 115 sho rt i longi4 1tf Tonsands of men LIid women i Ip t 111iilkbf life are auff erinjg w4 4iid bladder tr ubtes Dout iikyour kidneys De1as ovit Kidney y 1V IPiJl affOrd quick relief of kidn8yand bl d i treai tmeht26ctaFQIabI14see lJt p14 WTkc Kejl Cross ftrpgr Store r itt Imnwdiatc relief Iron Br Stoops H lc Ointment j TOWN r 7tLo l Happening T t 1 he Freshest and latest AHAbout Yourself i1cnds- 1itd Acquaintances ftmmnIFor cutlery ibafr cuts seje J Barber r hItc l sale 4DiJohu ewGXitc ebr ofri f tofor Xmas at MeEJroy ShadePs s bride IJRemprnter SnfurdtYis on of diys barrmsat I aw rences grpc ry l Will have plenty of Seahsfor the Xmas trade y- McErpy Shadrinc Groceries of all kinds av ostW 6losfng ouutoquii business at and iwrences grocery 11rsVfoit Leachnian S pi ing ldJEy has some firE tire hi onzo turk yslorI salel To end your shaving troubles guest a Clauss fazOrrSO year the iandard fully guarauteed aiiJ Barbers as tAhe felt holidays Also prttlinem baskets of fruit McElroy Siiader n c I have jorsale apureTiftfeTdFolin Uhiia boar I W fi Leachman Springfield Ky tb Dont experiment But for best pure open kettle nsw Orleans molasses go to J L Barbers ket nj Over a ton of candy to sell for per pound Pine chocolate ed d bon boas at 20c per pound and McElroy z Shader FOR SALE A gristmill dbn jpeen gasolene engine Iagood con villel tion and wilL sell ta bargain t C JODERM See the largest line of toys been exer brought to town now on psplayatMcElroy ShaderIS For sale at e S1tone burglar fire proof afe and 1 corn road putngscale money weight bon as new 1 platform scales good shap cheapat La wren the s grocery = SpGoing to have a Christmaspe theeus before buy your candies Hill nut fruits etc V MdElroy hadcrth tbnLOST Between the First l National Bank and Walker Heights a ladys black woolen in cIet silk lined Reward if- etwned to the undersigned Mrs Oscar Walker iin SjRjYfiD From inv place near Botland gray m re about hands high little cut in- the4 wind left knee skinned a little Any information leading tpher recoyery will be rewarded bymJOHN TTITOED 13t1and4Kyii LOSTOn the streets ofaII Springfield a package contain tiining a nightgown pair of scissors p himble and twohand kerchiefs wbicn were being worked Finder win pleasel le iye same at NewLade office Fo lENTFour rooms twoa down stairs and two up inray rlllonsev Convenient location to Graded School Will rent furnished or unfurnished For further in for matjoncall on the undersign at the boueSM1jS HALLrEj PERSON Entertainment at St Matrys Quite a large crowd a tended the annuM entertainment on the Ferst of the Iramacu ate Con Ir ception at 8t Miys College U needless to isay tba al were h highly pleaFed with the t inment offered them TheI Peoples l oneyan uptodate comedy in three acts was we rendered The musical pri f ram by St Marys band ai toruli stra uoidr the direction cf Prof A B Hart was an inter estlng feature of the entertainn Nment and the song P4tse y Dear i sung by Mr J L McCoy WitS true to Irish life The ei tertainment throughout w andromippreciative audience and Was tU1airI 0-01Rememberper cent on your candy puJ rttj cr1isnVj PBICEII TOPICS Linen Shower IMrs George JV Wbarton was osteIs to A large number of friends last Saturday afternoon ith a linen sh weruinLonor Miss Sadie Ray Mayes1 The scheme yellow and whie wnjctiJuts been adopted by the elect as her colors was Iin the decorations prettily jcarritid out l of white and yellow chrysanthemums The refresh ments wereof the same color The gifts tfere numerpjus and Itable Jineos drawn ork Centrepiece tray cloths doilies clunv lace sets of doiles and centrepieces aLOO bergpleces towels with the I 1and i 1 whotn she thanked in anII assiIQnofIl displayed and thp name of giver announced and each the plasun Pf giving made ore pleasant by tha graceful Imanner atdn tactful speeches of Miss Mayes ePtarr he HogsheadsWereBurned One of the first open acts of violence to be commuted against jse tpbaeco grpwers of the countywho have refund to arejatemptingj occurred on last Monday1 ght when ttie L N railroad Station at Valley Eliill was ener by soma unknown parties ta package of three empty 6f hogsheads was taken out ami The hoghead4 hbUII shipped out from Lou s in a knocked down con i dition They wese consigned r James Li Moore who ha tIengaged in buying unpooled lobucco and haying riztdaid shipped to the Lou- viIe uiarket The doors of statiun were forced and thed hogsheads were piled iailho near toe station and a little flue was abon in evideuce Appearnyy encouraged by success of this llittle entertI rse the performance wds rei1 The Ilex night at Booker e next s tatiou b31ovTaItey wnere six hogsheads were seized and similarly treated At stationliowever it is said thestation was found U1I ocked and the raiders were not puttothe trouble of breaking The second lot was alsoJ consigned to Mr Moore whoI had intended shipping tjbacco them NOTICEi The party owning the Sow and pigs which were turned into lot on Walnut street itbou- leclst can get same by calling and proving property and paying corts and paying for this advertisement D R LITSEY =D roc Boars For Sale I have a few Sept farrowed Duroc Jersey boars for sale Good snes buyno while theyr re yOung they are cheaper arid oise thorn for your Spring set ice Wits are sold J EShelby R F D 1 Phone lEji6 j I I JIkrthiesHforF r I Jewel Cases Diamonds Puff Boxes WatchesS J Plateau SietRing8 Soap Boxes Brooches lalcum Jars Necklaces jj Manicure Sets Lo kets Toilet Sets Lorgnetts ElectriceresFobsLamps SGent Chains Seth Thomas Clocks Masonic Pins t y Silver Services i Knight Templar Pins Silver Berry Bowls Knights of Columbus Pins Fruit Bowls Cuff Buttons SChocolateTea Sets Belt Buckles Baking Dishes Hat Pins- ThimblesChafing Dishes Fernerys SVariety Bag Cut Glass Combs Cut Glass Bowls Tea Spoons Glass Napkins Sugar Ladles l IICut Glass Vases Cream LadlesSGlass Salt Pepper Knives and Forks Cut Glass Punch Bowls Souvenir Spoons SIL L Liit t ii MayesBuster j i One of the most beautiful wrddings ever witnessed in the Prebyterian chnrch wns that Of of Miss Sadie Ray Mayes and Mr ei u in Buster uv uuuu yesll riay The seating capacity the large auditorium and 0IlctlJleIdJOgId a pomtcdl our thel Ithe he church was prettily deco in white and yellow chrys dritbetni tns and festoonsof ever greens radiating frdm the cban r to the four corners of the church and the chancel was screen with myrtle arjd chrys anthemi ms Po tedpldms ere grouped as a background for the archo vvljitft and yeUdwchry anthem i shung wiljli tlirel1s whitt tells under which 111iec s bride and groom stood A mu iCtI pi og ram was given with Mrs C A Gre6n at j org in mcC rpaniedhyMissuct Ray on he guitar HTniHnCrelh was the tirst number followed bv OjPrpmise Me sung byr Mr Will A Waters JrMeni delssobns wedding mnrch was played as the bridal party en teed the church During the Ceremony Rubinsteins Melody in Fwas played tJr J B RoBards atfd Mr Leo Haydon acted as ushers followed by the groom and his 11tine Here were riboon girls Th flower girls Utle Misses fhe Moore of Ha rrodsburg neiceof laiber EyeynlSpaldin2 itf white carried white andI yellow chrysanthemums pro ceded the bride who entered on the arm of her uncle Mr H M Grundy and met the groom II arch and facedunder the bridal the audience when the pastor Rev R E L Lawson in an iito passive ceremony pronuuQ I the two bubandand wife 7TheIA 18 rt I CASH BUSINESSII ItTo OUR FRIENDS ThtiicttthataIl the WHOLBSAL15RS DE rlvIAND a settlement of accoutsin from TEN days and not later than THIRTY DAYS from date of purchase forces pst adopt the same nlphi in order to safely and prbnprly contfu t our 0busmess therefore ON AND AFTER JANIJARY 1908 OUR TERMS WILL BE CASB Gdt1stpromPtsettlenientof account the FIRST of orIII month foilvwmg date of purrhase We trust will All concur with us in this new sy willfsvithout doubt work to our teiWhitbIII tage We also trust that no one will IlasI to assure you kayO been grouty appreciated and a continue of sameji we ego to rem 1nF 1SOhCltIOg YOurS Vory Trulyf f r ME1roj Shader- k iI s I attired jjo a eosn pf Duchess latie over gpld cloth ona four rVI daiion of white satin mnde en Princess and wore a picture hat llace and gold cotri with two plumes one white and one sel low She carried a shower boquetof bride roses and J Hilest tbe vallpy the ceremony tthe wed 1Arter composed or the grcom the ushers DrW andMr Nimrod J on Buster the two sipters of the groom Mrs J B RoBards and Mrs D B Moore iand two dilUghlrsM1 and Mrs L A Sp lding and daughter were1 eaertained an luncheon by the pa ents of the bride Mr andi Mrs J Y MayesSThe wedding presents were numerous and varied comprising re cutglass china carving sets pictures linens many other articles Mr and Mrs Buster lleft aj theyeto k the tram for Louisville where they were entertained by Boo and MrS C CtIcChord at the Seelbacb After Ian absence of about two wee they will return ti the hom of the grOom near Harrodsburg where they will reside t High School Debate The filth anauall Public De bate will be given at the Opera I House Friday evening Decem ber 20 by the pupils of thEl High School An especially pleasing musical program will offered aril from present in atiotl a full house will be in attendance The judges will be Editors Gore and Davison andt Jhn S tvicElrovS Following is the program OpeningChorusJHigh School Chorus Recitation Rodman Thurman fOie Shepherds and the Angels Subject tor debate Resolved That there should be compulsory arbitral jioi of all disputes between Comdappointed by Affirmative Negative Thos Colvin Parker Medley Walter Clements Harry ShUltz fedd Will tt Ollie Barber Between the speaches following mUiical numbers will be rendered l For This Vocal solo DeKoven by Parker Medley Vocal Quartette Merry Christmas Bobbie Shult FrankMedley Hamil ton Tapp Thorton Waters TQCalSoloSunsetm Vanhah Harry Shultz Vocal Quartette Melody of Love Misses Francis Martin Ida Messrs Harry Shiilt Wm Waters Solo Sunset Bnck vocal Wm Waters Quartette Long For Thee H Misses Mary Haydon Isa Colvin Messrs Parker Medley Harry VeazilIKnight Handy Chairman After the debate be speaikr T and singers will be banIt uetted at The AValton TheI guests o iifipnor will be the trustees al wives tbeojudges iud WiV Sand the alumni off nringfield High School See eral toastsWill be responded to iy the pojpils and teachers and tbe clo yig year wUl be fittingly obseived =1get1 Dr Swops Ma fc Ointment l PE J CJ AL 1 II 1Lebanon1 Miss Bertha Hav on Messrs Wahen Simms Gao Robertson and Flank Wiilett attended the play atSt Mary College Sunday IM Willie Greftoe Sp ntTue day in Bardatpwn Mis5 Fannie Smith and Mr Tommie Banjilton ofFi edericks town were a i bt Marys buj day Miss Sadie Mayes was guest of honor at a party given b MIss Lucy Slel man Monday Evening to a few intimattfril Mr and Mrs GO Wharfbri lwontesl arid spent VVednesday in Louis ville with relatives t lt Mr C R McBIrojrlglras been quite sick ths past vdeti threat ened with pneumonia prayingS bOiSimiiMessrs W C Wareand WA Clement arV attendiig the tobacco men meeting Winchester his vvetk lvIrA P Egyieston and wife of Louisville regiterd at the Walton hotel Tuesday Mr Eggleston installed the tobac co Jryer at the Equity warehouse here and will stay to operate it He was married in Louisville last w6ek Miss Margaret RussellI lef Wednesday for Sacramento Cai Where she will visit her uncle Mr Henry bird several wonthsSMr Joe Pettus wusin Lduis yesterday on buiness- Ju ge I a Thurhoan and Mrs Thurman lept Monday to apend two months at sender sonville NC Mrs E F Watheo of Birds Junction is visningbe daughter Mrs T W Simms Mr C Q McGil oifLebanoiT in town one day last weeu buiness f Misses Willie arid Mami- rKnotvandIesrs Joe Glftnents aud Knight Handy aterdd the play LSrtf vj1aijs Col lege Sun day iMr WIIIF S m raoJHtjun day for 0enfl rsonville N ix for hi health r Misses Mamie Donelly and Mabpl PricespntSuddtyat St Marys J Misses Myrtle and Perll Campbell spent Tuesday in Louisville Miss llaget Simms has ri turned home af ar a visit to rela lives jfr Lebanon t Mr CharreGreene perIt Sun day in Lebanon v Mr Perry M rks has Jjeturnec to Bardstown after a few days at home Mr Vincent K I1Dof NashV yille Tenn iis the guest of Mr Leo SimmsI 1 Mr Harvey Bohon andttMis Georgia Bandyof Hat odsburg attended the MayesBusterl wed ding Miss Jane Anderson 0fTo rehio Canada is a guest of Mr- tzidMrsH 4ONanSMiss Josie T Lee is wIth Cunningham Duncfan during the boiday rush Mr and Mrs Har y Shader are visiting fiiends in Louis ville8 i JIMr arid Mrs Lemard Baiter are yisitidg atPenick uition f The oui of town guests who attended tue W ayesBdster wed ding ere Dr and Mrs J B RoBards Mri Nimrodi Buster Mrs D B MoCre and daugh ters Lillian ana Theresa 6- 1Harrodsburg Mr and Mrs L A Spalding and Daughter Nannie Eyelyn of Lebanon Misses Jrittstonj1of Maud and Mr and Mrs John B Mahon- of Lebanon e11r and iMIAi Irvin s Adams spent last week visitingVelativesl at Hatrcdsburg Mr J Burk Robertson whb thas been an iuvraid for many months lies critically ill at his home near town and 1Usinot expacted he will survive another day Are you having trouble with your kidneys There ore Tots of people to day who Yonder why they have pains acrosa the hack why theyare tired and lacking in enfergy and am UlllUU Your kidney are wrong They need relief without dclay Take neWitta Kiluev and Blaedcr PiUs they areforweak back iDnimmatlon bj the Madder back and weak kid fleys sdby tilt 1edCroSsv Drug- Store 1tiiyskiro1 ri fiv st ii k c RfeMfr b1 14 ladies CteAlM iuii Suite ai6Bbf 3 on Wp Bfrwi MU trem nuiiciite Lf ajtM j betb IIeare BargairJ EYerjnep8rtmeJltJJ Sri Welfare just an attractive Xmas Handkerchiefs Glore Nckw iar U Case Suspenders Ladi Silk c c MV irIISuit For Monflaj TacsdijJ liti fRope Cottbn 10c not W- rtrd idc ro Q tton 6c abdtitsw jblpi 72 btbh bpacjipd tiinen masfc 90c wortbfl IIy 2i oh blMached Linen Damask 6Be wortjr 864La rs PMarinele tte waists 69c worth f1 1 4Silk waists in Black and Colors 4 Q6 worth 1ITbe SjASBING4P4 andYEhhf i ocAsn- B t offering ibetSiOijrkeC 1f I 1J ii INCORPORATED I J r 4+i44 ICAftBUYE I Affentida4 2iy For the next 30 days w will make Special Ptc s Formh on pur entire sttfd of goods 7 There never was time wM t your money will jo further thpir I now We need the money M I propose to move HIF g t us show yoirsome harjn H IA Clothing Shws and Dry Goods 6BDNM 4 f UItj ijWiwWi ikik wlWiIf bki 3 NOUT 6rocePy- I i I ANDMEATSHOPTi SHaving boufht tk CuniiUI zit 1 r add a new jufcd friililfc i iIt I taint tOiand most respectfully s 0kit a i t IwilllsococtaLi1p4I I 1 ilshop where Idl hius iI 4 1 3 IPiP Fteahtnt 8I1Itt 1I I will hve j I tI 17ta T Ibiv n th bur i iJ f CapMd i JltrrfJntNatloML 4 f 1ift t Cox roesM t LAXATIV1 L1 IT- KNNtDY COUGH SYRUP 1 twi arpob- wying GarMcitor receiving overJOijiiB ijrrt Let patronage CpjfVko Kodol F h4Re1tsi paLptta ia w- i crw r i 0 OftEN r DnaiI Hre trtV l f MsdsNktgrs 1 rp rrsbl strors are dVSb towR and Sk g4 irv people coma t1ciI bthibtpAs 8oIIl d f 4Ifbe1HnIii and hF JKJq kOebIe 1Ien iis be v fh1ddlidions fOt taking 1Ita kfJtWnn Well f ia bottler rOMfcftli OUC Plaid Extract ff Daod aojV one cmace OoMpptiod ll nroe three ou0c Co pound Jtwf br apnlli Take as a doss one Mpoonul after aft NMMiat bedtime ifrtienin nrifi be made in yow rt1ar dfet but drink Sh cl good Mter j fiite mixUre write one 4 Mttorfty in a leading Philidel wiiper has a peculiar upon the kidneys Ict cloffged up pores 0f0Afc pbi lUood U nrkJ ajd and ltMr pOI DOI ifaste fatter L ovijsudRbrnti d- irIt sad Vrksry tiouble in a Ir wbHe AKwyork c1rult g t ivbo hasP Li jipodwd 6f calls for thes 1i Miirfirt tW first aimoun iSwt to the newspaper last Mate that ihe people c tJao cmiiry1t nIWelLr by it U ljijpMitilyrtboM who have Urin 4KMU 7 trouble and suffer n Th tbis neigh rrlI4rt ry thelII f mini boo There is said tob ao bet4c blood clensing Tor syakm toeic known ertainl j none more harm r aknpfe touse J iJf t i ctftfert IIJ Jr II V ws WjjipfQg for the head of j ert wfc 0 iobil had gone fcrlfclb li Cr WVM tfit wIdw drylugj tJ his deati c ibe t cC fkshlonSt DI- t 1 i r Yr I4titt Pku4dtH t a I wtik you would stop this pletltiCda Iw3 lii your neigh Iwn W1Thti Just like you YouL j IMf r ir mt 1M to have the1Teast pleas el l iTygQWi Jfte trooi5 iilBg8 are JJa dangerbw twiH LDIfirxelL rrHsch- IMy daughter la going trt Sft7 em terpfgs Boggs Why t it yea kitted him SnuJgS1 I do 1I b I felieae of mine to have mvI b = kk otherthIawCIeve LI t Sr o Ide asd you will be In Ui9 t bew+ Mtk Cireaas they can of the disease or Constitution Iw IM0t to cure it you remedies Halls i taken internally upon the mucuous Catarrh Cure is not It was prescribed physicians in this touMi for years and Is a regular j rwnrffitkm It is composed of the pbStISICknOWfl Wood purilers acting directly it iithe mcuous surfades The wLperfct of the two in fl 4gdkat1 is W11 produce i vich won iirAd re ilU in curing Catarrh i ed for tst1onia1sfroO lJrtaK yls Co Props Toledo i JWdby dria gists price 75c 011 r T fce Jiaiys Family Pills fur hiciDLJULT 4 rNM Intelligence Oboro Gu gentleman tells ij5 r 9tkjIrkab1e rat story His wife had r t beit bothered by rats and mice playo tttacthe1ln grQOm and a LntethatcY fjt the husband hearing queer iota steie down to the room As he kiefcei jii Je saW that a dozen mice ar 0M Wn caught In the trap wlilcht tt 0r 0Jt iiiiiggiii the trap Into the middle y 1li rtir and were evidently hold 11 jjtlM eottmittatlon When the UghtJIl 9fliC NfOB them they hurried thei- rrptpMoIi jtf 1o a clrjee One of theE 1retseIzed tJit door of the trahocc ltetiree his teeth another seized him theUil the lrlanil mirth then JIt r teat k4ML A sudden pull us given tIIe deoc ew open and In un lustanj T i Mte imd Mice had disappeared leav i 1 lit j iMkfMUi the doot shut and ift halt pone s peak Woment w two tNnntMi e eoiisUtu rcePLLoULp ktIorthe the CoiiItuuooL ck1Iui 0g 1 1MDlidO 1S sisnd lic dIIIlIr 0o to tISis 0c Dr Whoops 0iif Night CureRED CROSS DRUG STORE Gkwingneat fromEvery Ounce ofFuel When the mercury drops out at sight antfl yau just cianlceep the house warm youll IinditwondedullYconvenient to use a- PERFECTION Oil HeaterEquipped tith Gmekeless Device Its very lioht carry it abouLheal any cold room Turn the wick highorolowno dangernosmoktno smell Easily cared for and gives nine hours ol cozy comfort at one filling of brass font Finished in nickel and japan Every heater warranted fr YLamp itaJcrscr by it t tin your Ltctt cenirall ItumaMadeot trus nickel Every lamp warranted Ii your dealer cannot supply the Kayo Lamp or Httkr write oar nearest agency a descriptive dreular STANDARD OIL COMPANY lHcerported PAGEANT r rsso Skeat on tho Proper Prqnun x ciation of the Word Instead of trustiiigto casual observr erstIIit is tar better to understand the principles that govern Our pronuncia tion There is one principle in par ticular which rightly considered gives us a good deal of help in the instance under consideration In my Primer of English Etymology I give some simple rules of ac centdntion Rule 1 Is as follows When the length ofa word Is aug mented an original long vowel Is tptDto be shortened by the accentual str falling uponlttt Such augmcntut1ont Is due to the formation of An easy example is seen In the case of cone pronounced with a long o for If we form a derivative by adding the suffix 9c thb result iis conic with Is b a general principle that af IThere whole language and sets up ard habit By way of IllnsiraJ bile with bilious crime with criminal brake and bracken dine 0a jind dinners mine and mineral coal and collier and perhaps at least seventy 0oecollie which is merely a new pro nunclation of coaly Certain dogs w tIereof their coal black markings An extension of the same principle may be made fa comparing the dissyllable forms agent and cogent with the allied 1rrsyllribesli WheiT once such a principle has be com general it Is obvious hint a word iE0 pageant will be Influenced the tblbslthnthnewhy the truly normal pronunciation f the word resembles the a in Ffaget do not certainly know the origin tjth thattl ilmfnl4h nf page In ivhici thej oMs short ned as a matter of UJsej simply because the diminutive et hnsI ben added I The pronunciation of primer hits tjten been discussed mId many are theyI who Ihiuk1 that they clinch the matter by saying that theii in the Latin primus Is long for that proves noth J g ift all as regards modern English nd those who have studied our pe c uliar ways with the closest attenticfa are well aware that floe normal sway Is after nllto pronounce it as If it ere spelled primmer We do notItherefore spell it with 5 doable ni be cause that isj not our system We write tonic and conic and mimic In order toW sfiow their conn tlon with tone ando cone and mime and we trust that thenunfortunate reader after he has thus had the etymology explained to him will provide the pronunciation for himmself Such a wordl as pageant may be compared with magic nndI and agitate London Academy SAVED BY QUICK WIT The Escape of Sir Archibald Douglas 0atPoitiors l In the battle of Poitiers J35tJI a nomI h Perside of the French and severoj or them were taken prisoners by the BugI ish Among them was Sir rCh lJn ouglas half brother off Lord WJl Ham Douglas Being dressed In a 1lj of splcndld armor the victors ihadsomei f the English were aTboutj to strip off his armor when Sir William Ramsay of Colluthle who was also a prisoner happening to catch Sir Archibaldsl eye gave him a meaning look Pretending Iuot tascal8ousmasterspull off my bootsI Douglas seeming ly thoroughly cowed went humbly fQreI ward and drew off a boot with which ir William Iicganto beat him The o hnghIsl tat What shouted Ramsey fhaklnJ1 with laughter He a lord Why dur- fsabnse knave and I suppose has slain Ills master Go you villain nndll iuearchcousin your master and when you have found It let melk ow tljat I may give It decent burlahf All thtis was- hacted so naturally that the English allowed Ramsay to nmsota the pre tended manservant fpr 40 shillings The money having been paid Sir Wfifr S Hani gave Douglas another thrashing and thOu bade him be oneSlr Arclu baid lost no time III Affecting his es cape which he owed olely to the in uuity of hh friend 4Human Muccles It tli mtilc1sln tlir of the average rW I1t tOJc1 4 nervous 1np111oo asseil Ia11ttheIr contraction Wbuld lift a ylbsbaveulaf d by nefye impulse of coqtractlu o iewhajt nr rubber bands might doI they could gqueezQ themselves Uptp iMrfctvt wThcyarcJn fact the reverse f rubber for fh y contract only and tPffat U tl1IPIlftpolls Josr i ttzt teaIyIrilliant the winter evenings for ALL HALLOW EVE A Tradition Handed Down Frornthu onAnctcrtThe observance of Halloween or All Hallow enIis a tradiiion ImndedI down from thi ancient Druids who celebrated their harvestt festival on the last day of CptohiT Tile l1extlUrJ wasfJJ Hallows or All Saints day and so they jralled the festival All r Halloween The gay games of modern times an ot much like tile solemu rites ixf the ruids but connection may be traced between the supernatural beliefs of he ancients and the burlesque at tempts to pry Uito the myKterles of the futurej which our own Halloween fun represents Long after the time of the Druid simple minded country people contin ued to believe charms and witch craft and especially claimed that on the night of Oct 31 witches ll pini slIlrtsorJlcretlthnt the futjire could be foretold and human destinies discovered As our celebration of the occasion merely n whimsical adaptatioirof all lls there Isoue thing clear at the partythtocksl mornedtnent and an unfailing fund of gooA humor for many Halloween tricks result in turning the laugh on one or another and this must be accepted in a gayj good natured spirit Old fash lo ted Halloween parties were held in practJcnnlethe games But nil of the rooms used1 should be decorated with trophies of e harvest Pumpkins apples grain talks and autumn leaves tterials for beautiful and e trec otrermnImlng and if deslrcjll and yellow cheesecloth and tlotis of red and yellow crape pape may be added Jntkoluternn are of WClIslnlS1THE SCULPTOR TURNED His Answer to the Art Critics In Rural 0FranceAt CliaionontheSabud stands the monument executed by aiorcpiuVnui thler aiid Benin to commemorate the national defense ft superb cuirassier ilo carries across Ills saddle the body f a color bearer wbo yet clasps In his ruis his broken standard IOn the eve of the unveiling the mu nicipal council presided over by the- nyot repaired tto the foot of the stat u q to examine and see if it should be accepted Are you hot going to clean off this green mold asked the mayor of the- osculptor j But niQusieur replied the sculptor ithnt is verdigris 0Vertligrls the- omayor I understand that very well nrbleu know that this is verdigris thtltoutfit of that color would have it illlYou11But luoiiKluur At tluit mdment ai member of theI council havl j stnick the hOlly of ttle- Isbronze horse with Irts cane they nil I cried out Tills sounds hollow Your bronze Is hollow monsieur Raid the mayor r The unhappy sculptor then took great pains to explain that all bronze strut cs were hollow The mayor main talned an air of defiant incredulity anti 8 he paswwl around the monument naldlt apijfin to ine you have hard ly dotltiled the hair in the tall This was too much for the sculptor wished Ill saidto screw natural air into his tall like the hair used In l hild rhs hobbyhorses It would liave KVnnUcost too 1111 you 1IchiArid tie municipal conncii of Ciinlo with the justness of this oil erlltlj Paris Crt Tho Name BismarcK Fnw people know JIQW Bismarck an l is ancestors got tlielr name BI marck Is the name of one ofthos ancient castles a short distance from CJHlal on the road from Cologne ttfr BerlIn in the center Of the old niar nstJbhHIMnrllIlerJ3tormcrlIrJcsnJJSben the name of Blsmarclsf IWhen Gbek Meets Greek I Gracious nW dear said the firs society JjcIIe jrdo hope youre noHi ou look 80m eh OJdr tonl ht stImplied the otheii And you hpvylwpnl YriHJlooJDOSltJ Fac re brs arguments We should bf carefUl never to IsunderIand or rvert theso Ea J i EfflEAHED OF K HOLDUP J AlmsjCharles H Auer a Fort Wayne freight conductor on the Pennsylvania Is confined to St Josephs hospital at Fort Wayne tad with serious injuries about the head which he recelv 0ed at the hnudol a teiegraph operator Ur Auers left eye was so badly cut that he may lose the use of It Aucr was on his regular frelgh run histto a stOp qwng to 1 red signal it the ancratofs tower Auer found the dp rator asleep He tried to awaken aim The operator had been dreaming of holdup men and when he was half awake he leaped from his chair seized a stove poker and felled Auer uncon scious to the floor from a blov over the head yellBurTheir haste saved the life of AUCF tf11JsUIIprobably recover The nigbtmrjre operators name has been kept a secret DESCENDS ON HIS HANDS German Walks Down Wash ngtO1 l Monument Feet Up Max Duffel of Munich Germany re cently pgrformed the remarkable feat of walking pujhis hands from the top landing In the Washington monument to the ground a perpendicular distance of feet which extended to near 825 feet by the stairway Duffek palmed every one of the steps in C8 minutes and 30 seconds and estab lished a new record for tests of endur ance Incidentally he Is JJSOQ richer having wagered that amount with Herr Stlnguver of Berlin The latter was represented at the test by P Motitzcn who paid the bet with a certified check the National Cjty bank of New YOlk Duffek before beginning his descent Of the monument steps took of only iris overcoat wearing a regular street suit de j Thei5ease and speed of a liedestrlan but at the height of 39Q feet he had his hat removed and at 370 feet his collar and tl6 were taken off Approaching the- o3 foot landing his speed wjff noOce ably slackenedr and at 340 feet Ills movement was already laborious At 310 feet he rested his feet against the wall and was fed with a brandy soaked apple Halfway on his Jour ney at 250 feet he was in agony and were It not for the free use of nirtmo nla and brandy he might have had to stopAt 150 feet from the ground he faltered again and his condition was tiable Several women III the crowd whojvatched him wanted to have him stopped but no one volunteered He was In a stupor at the 130 foot mark buttlu stimulants again revived him Frohj this on his nerve held splendidly until at fifty feet he seemed powerless t Continue His attendants again gilnlm ammonia and brandy which ouf more revived him From e fifty foot mark down Duffek seem almost unconscious but he recog nlzed the cheery from the crowd which co 0uldgait steadied until ho collapsed in front miS nay FOUIt FTUIIT8 HE DESCENDED WiTh FASRIf the elevator at the end of the most remarkable descent ever made Vashington monument hiI Duffek finished within thirty seconds f the time limit jof an hour which lSI allowed by his wager lie frightened e hundred fainting tit the end of Slcctutors1J 1J It they soon broke again queers which th o monument guards had difficulty in suppressing After Duffek had been thoroughly vlved he was tajcen in a cab to n Turk h bath The next tiny he said that except for a palnfui stiffening of tlc wrists he felt nO effects from his ltfTook Mules Tail For Rope jMistaking the trill of a inuk for an ell trlc light pull rope In tIre ilnrhwi one of his bunt run iiaCrtrtliy of Atlantic City N JglIe the supposed hUhlmdUi tin mule responded to the piill wilt both loofs Aa result of the mistake McCarthy was taken to the hospital rIth the marks of the mules hoofs oil eSCapctlIulngof ieii charter he was knocked downA FOR NEURALGIA SCIATICA RHEUMATISM BACKACHE PAIN IN CHEST DISTRESS IN STOMAtH SlEEPLESSNESS M 11the Waist THE MAGICtJF MUSIC Power of the Melody of the Voice Over Man and Beast SINGERS WHO SAVED LIVES Bcn1The Way Lablacho the qucreda Bear and a BurglarrGrisis Control of d Madman With aRaor t Musical Wifes Presence or r t indIThat music really has charms to jt soothe the savage beast is poved by the ninny times Unit the power of song tIlls been the means of saving life On one occasion when LulglLabhithethe grout opera basso was aimlessly stroll lug through a French tart he wnlIur prised by a sudden stampede of the Sightseers who rushed by him In a peat panic crying that one of the great bears had escaped from tile me lingerie So surprised that he scarcely realized his danger the singer stood his ground fluId almost immediately found himself face to face with thet maddened beast which halted torIi moment before making Its Iliad rush In that moment Lablache begun to rr olcejS9vhenlcoi1finl lI was surprised by his landlady burst Into his roots crying that ft rob her was In the house and was about to kill her husband unless he revealed tin liMing place of their money and plate tablache unable because of his Injury to tJC other assistance began to slpgI an aria Iii such thunderous tones to terrify the robber who fled asI Mme GiuIIa Grlsi was once travel lug from the south of FranctfHo Paris In company wfth several compinlonsI of her own sex when Was intruded upon by a Ulan who eu1 tered their apartment at a wayside sta lion Before long he began tp act so oddly as to make the women appre Jieuslve and at last terrified them by drawing a razor which he began to flourish at the same time dpmanding i that he be permitted tp sever their Loads The women realiZed that they hud a madman in the carriage with t them and also that they were without protection until the next stop of the traiuj Iii consequence they hystericalnil save Grisl who with great coolness suddenly began tp sing in n soft voice that gradually assumed volume as she grilLed the attention of the man whose threatening attitude gave way to rapt attention as the spng advanced Song after song tlltl Orts slug and not another movement did the nhld make until the next station glenIf transpired Afterward that he had es 0capeff from a lunatic asylum Jennie LInd once saved not only her own but hundreds of other lives by her gift of song Atlr brpke out back of the stage in a small theater In her native lurid where she was singing The audience became alarmed and there mIght have been a panic had not Jennie Llnd slopped coolly out upbi the stage and begun singing a favorite folk song Reassured and entranced the audience reseated themselves and the tire was soon extinguished Another well known oiwra stuc jvullo traveling with some friends In Moxie was surprised lby a company orhar untied bandits at whose approach the escort fled leaving their charges to the mercy of the robbers The attitude of the latter on finding that their captives had mile money and valuables was menacing in the extreme and the tear clans all expected to be murdered that night When the robbers were eating their tuppor the star began to sing nndhIScalto rs wercaso delighted that they demanded more For a time he gratified thfin hut at last suggested that he should sing for the freedom of himself and his friends To this the bandits cheered by wine and song agreed mid after having sling for an hour behind Juts companion were tree Kncidsell the otorimis Bavarian brigand wire planned to roj a house In the neighborhood of Munich and If nntIIplate was house mur der the inmates a young married wo man mid her two female servants Ills approach was heard by the wife who instead of losing her head sat lawn to her plane and hogan to slug The 11iinto the room when the sous lUfltled- Ifttld a unrlnii voice struck up a rollicktlug air to be followed in a t mOll hR tided mans voice slhlgiud- It fKntiiiar chorus Ivnctesel IJIlllell Tire liHskUid evliluiitly lad ixtiinioJ unexpect U and lund brought with him n Trleuil tip was not jrej ved attavk the house againstt two men toI lie beat a ha ty retreat little tjilnklnc that the vokc hi hud heard prrtcccdcJ from lliu Hp of the young wife a fliu jSlumJj Pains atlhe waJst back front or side are nearly sure rroff some other sigpsare headache pressii don pains irregular f ness CQId limbs nervousness etc Tirne pains may be allayed and thewomanly functions regulated ythe1S Qf 1 of C 1 and II recommend it to all sufferinQwomen For to cil help cit n J WRITE US A LETTER went to the nouse or tneinaiana juage who had sentenced him to prison with the Intention of shooting him As he crept nearer to the window beside which the judge was sitting and raised ofIt Judges out on the summer air fran tile- rbedrOom where she was singing her baby to sleep all walked boldly into the house and con LLt JllalntentiollJl1ejl1 one of the most jutiiieutla and respect ed citizens of a town In the tar west Addle Farrn in Chicago RecordHer ald fOIt THE HOUSEWIFE Hemtitching In ltiprnitflchmg draw the threads and baste the hem neatly with the sewing machine having the stlfch as long as you desire without thread Stitch close to thepdge as you would in ordinary hemming fhla produces nice line of perforations which are regular and easy to follow In plain hemming od white goods or any thin material crease rife hem first fand then press with a warnrlron Bust 11ug Is not then necessary and time and labor will Jiave been greatly saved Tbl hthis operation To Remove Paint Stains To remove paint from a Mess spread some dry starch around the part stain ed then wet the stain with turpentine tlt rest for awhile and wet again and then with the dull fgeotn knife scrape oft the paint then sponge again with turpentine Hub dry with a clean cloth The starch Is used io prevent thp spreading of tbe paint nod turpen tine If the color has been affected sponge with chloroform IJOo Brighton Upholstery Beat the dust foot of faded uphol stery and then Wush with a whisk- broom WIlhLa1 stiff brush apply a strong lather of castlle soap Wash off first with clear water and then with alum water Whpn dry the colors Svlll llook as good as new If excepyoually faded the colors maybe painted with water colors the same shade as before Tjfie water colors should be nfllredwfth- gum water To Mend a Torn Page How often Il page which has a slight tear In it is left umnended until thV tear graduaIy grows larger and then finally part of the page Is gone alto gethert The best W Yfo uien l a torn IpageJsto paste over It a piece of thin er The printing can easily seen through this and the pagt is almost us strong as when uew Easy Way to Make Straps When waking straps to trim the seams of a coat or skirt cut then ou the lengths of the cloth not bias Fol tile strip of cloth evenly tlirough tli center and overhi nd the cages togeth er with coarse ecu stItches Press that with a inOieratelyliptir6u on the wrong side Uaste over the seam anti stitch near each edie Tray For Odds and Ends One Dfthc necessities required by the housewife when sewing is a recep tacle for plus needles buttons hooks and eyes etc A plate or saucer of iJiyil KU INTO dOMPABTMEifTS ten serves tin purpose with the result that nil the artlciea In the disk intermingle and mnst be fished out when needed An Infinitely better accessory for the fturpose is the tray shown lu the accompanying Illustration It la lnslpnrl1uonscompartments adapted for articles of various Ulnfls Only one partition con be Introd cet1 y increasing the size of the comp r louts The latter pro vides a convenient means of separat lag the pins and buttons so that they can be Instantly procured when de sirtt1aHomemade Water Filter h in tllt fan be mndp In r JDflaM lies Ueadache Wine writfrom petUI ANTIPAIN PILLS TAKE ONE Write 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