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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 1WIW4E- S7AL1SNbD Ittn ri ttdcr Jiw I SER1ESYOL XV NQ 44 riR1NFJi WASHINGTON jff t COUNTY KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 12 1908 i4aT RT TFTRUSTY PRACTICAL Office over Haf don Bather 4 rental workatreasptiableprjces aMworkg11arafltd PRINGFTELD KY PRINGFIEtiD county seat of kngtofl Couty S miles south 59 miles from lAst of xittgton ifcaiisYttlepa BaYdstowB branch pi ijU1eandNashVUI0 jaliroad in lariHg and agricultural dirkt t Tiircaks tc1eraph and telephone offiCe flour mills lumber Iie ex pce population oft yrcl L vfoFft1aaoal70Qj i5ocx iHon SXeentatheiU Congress Ee JDkfl1h BardstownjKyji IeprentatiYc in Kentucky Legis fon W C McChprd pcitatIve ill State SeateHon jarrIs CambeUsvlle Kv F wtty HrsctOyu CIRCUIT COURT CircuItCOUt begins 011 tIle fourth- SdaiuFebrt1YIOcto htr ILThiirrnali Judg L Duthamdrnmciiwcalth A- topy BoltA Noe Clerk Id 14 Leacliuiflfli t cr 1 QUARTIRY14OT i ishal40 the third uarter1y Court 4buTdayJn each mouth Ljitsey Judge J I ijp OuiiTY OURT i j dim tyCvtrt meets S on the fourths ptoriday in ech jnputh B IitheyJudgCpv 1 s aysCountytt0rh3 George Catlett Jailer 4 Sidney Osbourne Sheriff fVSiua Anderdnzx pick Ishara BertiertEddleman 4 DePutIes j jase James F Moore Bounty Surveyor fe EOBryan Assessor V T ilitcheli DeinitY Robert Noc Treasurer Mv Montgomery Jbrotier siWBush Baptypt Common Pd 0 Sprthgf1l f4oot jt ICIXY COURT + Taue R Noc Police Jiidge t HJ61n GraceMarsha w F GrigBby5City Attorney jhSiice Courts re held in January rly A priI and Ostobpr il JBurbh Directory i THODISTU1JRCfl ib Rev G S KWR Pastor Sej feVyites oirthe First arid Third Sunday J In each month atllam and 730 pm Suriday School every SuudayiatlO am Prayer m2e4ng every Wednesday a3ht 5RevP F EePat c 4LiIceiiery SunaaTal SaridlQ cJocr at St lot san pliJRcE S 4 Kev R E X Lawson PaBtor t friacfclng every Sunday at 11 am t1 pm Sunday ehcol cver t 10 nm PirY eeti zrth Tbpreday tvxIIvv at 7 oviIet 4 55 j BAPTIST CHURCHS C evWin Batrison Williams Pastp IM vvPvcaeHing fivery Snnday Vt 1 an id 745 pm Snuciny Icheol eer Sundayat93q atm Pra3r uicetiti 4eyery Tuesda cyeuil3g at 745 oclock CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev W P Rogeis Paster faer 4trlitSt und fourth Sunday Sunday cloc i3 nm f fr aternadtrs MsoNxc1oDG Sprhigdd 0 meets irst and 1hrd Moicrt siacWinontb 1i on P A Chapter No- 7 eeUeVtry ecoiJttjTUviiuv Ct4iciJ nwcfl Se Epri12gflI levy torthMonday1 JbciGHX of Tuz MACAreKKS Miect ect a 4 EstieijtlI I tre thoreartwca1mesz xnerns Ner trtNgth or ereW eiInersoothing more JMrelr ti ton9w kkkentn hundred In Jt rI4 jMu nr 4ieaii5d It is itanost fclvian o csttiny Uttlo ntrro that JElly is aH t fault If obie u0nre tbepwrdlae or Uean Kerra aceds wjdtatisthav TQbrepo ef3ptJr teWllty more contrimteg more tfovcnilng ItWkhGut1hit the Iesrt must continue h and klduey also Mve me cotrolILig nerree rfetewlr iMfpkLM rjiy H medicine Dr f Keitormtveaa in the pait done much suIng Uem J rSbo6p first sought wk 01 alLthl DSLnUL p1PItfnL ruffocat dst Dr booDi Rajtoi Miycft siir wberf tlon te loh dlrpcted tottuss Mid wnAnitiiwrTfcttalers B Guilds JH mtlbant Jt off KTW tKinfaehcart help B Mi wOuld fcave troag Hearts tnsna IenS Drywata- UDr M avadad with Shoop Restorative1 REP cRoss DJMG STORE r Tw v j- wW3WSLEADER T NiNtW DENTIST sarnDanvftle Ky Jtfoy 7 Td the surprise of everybody in DV yule and evea their most opti mistic suppjrters St Mary Golego of Lebanon today fought and won hOw Centra trniversity on the local gridiron by the score of 6 to 0 In win ning todays game the Catholics just about clinched their title to State cbampibnsbipi honors for Central has been considered beretcffore the logical champions St Mary is College will play Male High School at Louisville on Wednesday November 184 and Louisville football fans witll be afforded a chance of seeing the faest football aggregation in the State at work Thefceams today were evenly matched in weights Central had tha speedier back field but proved weak on defense Si Marys sbored thelune touch down in the firt few minutes of play puzzling Center by its variety of attack Later C TJ rook the ball to tMrys three yard line only to be held for downs Aside from this one time neither team came vithnr striking distance of the ga1 line r The game was spectacular throughout the playing of Ed gar Eoxfor Central being esp c ially brilliant Harmon McDon ald and Green started for St Mary s By tIns victory St Marys becomes a principal con tender for the State champion hip Coach Norton a Part mouth man deserves special raise for the fine work of the team A special train with 200 rqoters made thetrip from Leba non to Danville and they were ihe happiest mortals in Ken tucky when the game was won Messrs Kendreganands Rounds of Louisville officiated to uni versal sa isfkction Tre playing of Duffy Fox Frank Huge and SeeibachLouisviUe boys was good ihrouhbnt cncrrffbt cpug can snreljr and quickly loosened wi n a prescrip tibn Druggists are dispensing every where as Dr Shoops Cough Remedy And it is tp very very difirerent than different than commou cough medi clues Ko Opium no Chloroform absolutely nothing harsh or nnsaie Lhe tender leaves of a harmless lung healing mountainous shrub gives the curatives properties to Dr Shoqps Cough Remedy Those leaves thave the power to calm the mostdStressing Cough and tp soothe and beat the most sensitive bronchial membrane Mothers should for safetys sake alone always demand Dr ShobpsV It can with perfect freedom be given to even the young est babes Tfst it yourself hand see Soldby Red Cross Drugstore r HiirdinV Chapel Mr T R B gley and SOD 5Viliie and Mr Tom Lawrence attendea meeting at Westly Chapel Moodavy night Messrs Roy Fen wick and little daughter E oise cf Leba non is the guest of G W Fetr wick and family this week Miss Florence Hay don spent several days this week With be brotber Mr Leo Haydon of your jtOWfl Mr T RjBpgley was in Lou isville Friday on business v Mrs im Auders6n and son Arihup have returned home aftftr aplea ant visit to relatives al Frederick town Mr Lenard Fenwick spant Sunday with his cousin fM- rWiilFenwick Mr G W Cocanou her sperit- fOuesday and Wednesday with his daughter Mrs Howaid RolHns ofRiley Station Mrs Bettie Cary and neiup Miss Maggie HiaU spent Hatur day and Sunday with relatives at Mackville r Misses Ella and Mattie Tbferi ajrrfMiss Lizzie Handfaban ol Bottandj spent oneday last week withT theRMissfes R fld of tear town Mrs James Lanham and daughter Annie Ma j spent Sat arday and Sunday with R p Lanham and family Mrs Nellie Logsdon arid son Rayi fpentT Sunday vwjltti rela lives at Mackville Bruiies scrafcbes eores andturns ihat other things have failed to cr will heal quickly and completely when you use eWlttJB Carbolized Witc- haiFalve It in especially good for pt1is SrPld by Red Cross driig itoreq- i NlghtRIder- it j A7 telegram from Hnion City i Tenn where Gov Paitersqnj and the soldiers have arrested nearly one hundrpd men in odnj neotion with the nightrider murder otCapt Rankin iaysIIt was reported yesterday on what pas consiaered good aul thoritv thit the constitution and bylaws of the nightridera were Tjroeured and brought here yes terday and have been or will be placed in the hinds of the grand jury MT6is coristitutiDn and ylaws among many other things pro vides that nDhariK or trust corn pany will be permitted to make any ioans large or small for tt greterrate of interest than 6 percent and further that after the first day of July 1909 no farmer willbe allowed to employ any colored hep on his farms and that all negroes will be notified to leave the country under penalty of death that all merchants shall sejl their goods aud merchandise itt nqt exceed ing 10 per dent profit andother wisp resulatine all wages to be jaid by the farmer7forhelp au3 regulatmg the price pf all farm pfpducisj tobe sold cotton coyn etc H These bvlaws show that the organization c oes not only com prisRthe night of Obion county hut includes all nightrider organ izations all over the entire coun try This document is of such important that aj verbatim copy cannot be had ao It is said that it is very valuable AS evi dence It isnt so difficult to strengthen a weak Stomach if one goes at it cor rectly And this is true of Heart and Kidneys The old fashioned way of flostng the Stomach or stimulating the Heart or Kidneys is surply wrong Dr Shoop first pointed out this error Go to the weak or ailing nerves of th Se organs said he Each inside prgan has its controlling or inside nerve Whun these nerves fairthen these nryes fail then those organs niust surely falte This vital truth- is leading dtngtrW s everywhere to dispense aud recomfnend Dr Snoops Restorative A few days test will wilVjtell Sold by Red Gross Drug Store Enters CpnyentjS Miss Agdes Mudd daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph A Mudd of Chicago Illinois who has ruipen visiting feer grandmother Mrs TV W Brown of Si rams left Monday for Toronto Canada where she will enter the noviiiate of tUe Sisters of the Sjabred Heart Mr and Mrs Joseph A Mudd formerly lived iii this city where they have many friends Lebanon Enterprise Kodol contains the same digestive juices thit are found in an ordinary healthy stomach and there is there fore no question bat what any form pf btomaeh trouble indigestion or nervpqs dyspepsia will yield readily yet naturally to ajshort treatment of Kodol Try it today on our guaran tee Take it for a little while as that is all ypu will need tortake Ko dot digests what you eat andhmakes the stomach sweet It isaotd by Red Cross drugstore Interurban IP Lav renceburg v That an electricl iateruban railroad from Frankfort to Law repcbug wilIbe in procs Olr construction is the assurance which has been given out by prominent interurban officials who hayei been in Frankfort lately It wjis learned that plans aVe being discussed and means considered for the beginning of construcbion work in the early spring if possible It is said that the FrankfortfLa w enceburg flnew1il be oneof the next built ofthe n tworkwhichwill even tually cov rilieBIuegrass 7 A clergynjSn writes Preventlcsj tKbse little Candy C5ld Cure Tablet arevrorki g wonder in thy panuh Prey entics surely jgill checlo acPld pr the Grippe in a very few hours And preycntics are so safe aridj harrnlesa No Quinine nothing harshl nor sickening Fine for feverish res thss children Box of 48 at 256 Sold by Red Cross Drug gTtore Meets With Painful Accident iWjii e returning hiame from this crfcy Monday evening Mr Jim Glasscock wfip resides near Brudfords7ille met with quite a I pai n lul accident ijle had reach jed a point near the bridge over Popes creek on tie Brad fords yule pike when thej horse he was driving took fright at a wagori left on th road side The ani mal plunked forward striking a fence and throwing Mr Glass jcockr who was alone in the IbUgrgy violently to the ground iln falling his head struck a rock cutting a deep and painful gash He was rendered unconscIous by the ifrjury and ISy where he had fallen until found By Messrs Jim Avritt an J Oatley Burke who wore passing about an hour after the accident Mr Glass cock was taken home in an un conscious condition and his In juries dressed by Dr Avritt Ills many friends will be glad to learn that he is now improving Enterprise ATJNYBttBY cant tell you in word what the trouble is but itscomplexion gets pasty it it gets weaker and weaker loses flesh and is cross and peevish you ban be certain hat it has wprm Give It Whites Cream Vermifuge guaranteed harmless Erfpels the worms and puts the baby kit a heal thy normal condition Sol by Tied Cross Drug Store Purchased Jack Stock Mr W Hays of Bloomfield has purchased of Mr Jas A Fields of Frederickstown his tine sxyenr old Jack Surgeon for 1000 He also purchased of Mr FelIx Mudd of the same place a yearling jack oyt of Mother Mudd for 600 and two jack cots for future delivery at six months old one out of Mother Mudd and the other out of Miss McElroy for 400 each The noted Jack Surgedu is sire of the three coJttsj Mr Hays is authority upon jack stock arid his purchase of these jacks indi cates that they are well bred arid are first class Standard MIND VGURB SIRRSS- If lyou dont tlobody will Itjyoti Jtusipes tpkeepout of all the trouble you can and yoJ can and Will keep out of liver ahd bowel trouble if you take Dr Kings New pifePJlls They pkeep biliousness malaria and jaun ice out ol your system 25c at Haydbn Robertsons drug tore Believed Slied Get a New Eye Of nil tales of feminine credulity one of tIre Imrdest to credit is that of the LonUoji woman who paid n large amount td aheaIerln the hope he woulJ crow an eye In an empty sock et This young woman met the char latanthrough n mutual acquaintance As related in a London law court tlje healer expressed Sympathy In re gard to a cast In her right eye and volunteered to set the eye straight It hapiwiied he had detected the cast In a glass eye but unabashed he told the young wonian she would have the pleasure of seeing a new eye grbw lf She would submit to his treatment For eight weeks she testified she un derwent rubbing and slapping on the back of the head nnd nround the sock et At the end of that time when there was no sign of the sprouting or- an eye she went to tile police and the healer now Is In a tussle with the criminal authorities Criminals In France Dr Charles Perrier In an article based on observations made in French penal institutions says that criminals are for the most part pf medium height Thievesrhe says he found to be almost exclusively of small stature and beggars nearly always of medium or slightly under that height It Is seldom he says that a fully devei pe4 beggar nature can be found In a large frame Murilercrs on the other hand his observations prove to be above the average In sIe AH the prisoners under punlshnicnt for arson iud for counterfeiting measured bi im came under tht head of smali3 These details the writer ays wnlle- cy may establish certain toots as to rench crlnihidls may he valuelo rluMi applied to the underworld in other co utIJ All Hia Doingm Miss Chc1iusI If really so that youre enraf to Mr Roxley Miss Pochls calmly It IsT Miss Chellus My he was a great catch Miss Pechls rI beg your pardon catcher Phila delphia Press Too Considerate Tudge Ydu say you went into the roxMfl at iilght quite unintentionally Why then hael yrtii tiiireu off yOurS tiear44iitHome Misracinji Tobacco Trust Flattened Out Wew York Nov 7The con tehtiqn of the Government that TdbaccoCompanyis of trade and competition and in yiohuion of the Shermans anti todayinjudges Lacombe Cbxe and Noyes in t ve United States Cir jcuit Court here Judge Ward handed down a dissenting opiu jipn In the suit againt the AmerL can Tobacco Oorapany which was prosecuted by James G Reynolds and EdwinPGrosve npr special assistants of the United States Attorney General the Government asked for an injunction dissolving the combi nation of the American Tobacco Company and its six subsidiary companies on the ground that it Was iillegal in that it operated in restraint of trade and commerce sthe Government also risked ine United States Circuit Court to appoint a receiver to windup the affairs of the allied corpora tions While finding that there was an illegal combination as charged Judges Lacombe Coxe and Noves in their opinions say that injunctions should Issue against all the defendants ex cept the United Cigar Company and the R P iHiqbards Jr Cumpan7 The injunctions are however stayed pending an appeal to the United States Su Ipreme Court The petition asking for the appointment of a receiver to take charge of a receiver1 to take charge ot the compatii inclu ded in combine was refused as being practicable and wholly unnecessary The imperial Tobacco Com pa ny nnd the British American To bacco Company English corpo rations were included in the Governments suit but the corn IplaUits against these companies r ji1were dismissed jp dge Lacombe in his decis ion said MTherre can belittle doubt that the Federal statute hadbeen violated Eachone of the purchases of companies corn plained of in the petition was a contract and combination in re straint and competition existing when itwns entered into and that is sufficient to bring it within the ban of this drastic statute In addition to the American Tobacco Company the defendants named in the Governments suit included the Imperial To haoco Company the British American Tobicco Company the United Cigar Stores Coma ny and fiftynine other snnll corporations The sujt was filed July 10 1907 and asked specifically for the appointment of receivers for tile various defendant companies AHirXS313VDCH E33 APE Do you know that every time you jiavo a cpugh or dold and let it runon thinking it will cure itself you are in riling pneumonia consumption or some other pulmonary trouble D nt risk it Put your lungi back in perfect health and stop that cough with Balfards Hlorehound Syrup Price 2Sc 50c and 100 per bottle Sold by Red 6rpss Drug Store Fair View Mr and Mrs John Tobin dined with Mrs Tobins father Mr JN Oliver Sunday e Mr Ed Yocunc and family visited Mr Fred Cheatham and family Sunday Prayer meeting at New ROpe every Thursday uight fMrs Jas TruaxandMr Van deventree attendepspourfe at Tay Ijrsville 1ondayS hiss Jennie Logsdon visited br paents froniFrida tOMon day For Coughs and Colds Troubled with a cough A hard cold bronchitis or some j chronic lung trouble There is a medicine made for jus these casesAyers Cheriy Pectoral Your doctor knoW aljj about it Ask him What he thinks of it No medici can ever take the place of youf doctor Keep iii cioS touch with him consult him frequently trmt him fully No alcohol in this cough medicine Tc4McrcoLM Ayers Pins SugarcoMed MWgCtabIe Act directly on the liver Gently laxative Doc onlyrpn jai SoW fprSariyjixty years Ask your doctPr aboutl them Factories All Over Country Have Regumed New York Nov 7he Na tional Associatipn of Manufac turers publishes in the current issue Ox American industries its official magazine a continua tion of the statements on trade conditions contributed by its 3000 members representing every branch of industry The first series of these statements showing improvement in cqm commercial conditions appeared in the magazine The series npw published indicates a con tinuation of this improvement and idr the most part an optimis tic view of the business outlook Telegrams were aFso sentprior to the election to a number of the associations tuieinbe s ask ing them to state specitically how many woruingmen would be added to their present force ByDeceoober 1 if nothing occur red to shake commercial cond dence A resume of the info mrtion contained in these replies is also given by the magazine ss follows The perce ntiage of replies re ceived indicate that an average of 135 men eactLTvill be added to the Liajority of manufacturing plants in the asscciation by De cember 1 The percentages show tbat at least onehalf of the 3000 memcers of the Naiioc Association of Manufactures eicpect to add to their prpsent force more than 200000 work ingmen Taking tis as ff basis says thftarticle it is safe to assume that thn 13000 manufactories which according ix the census Of 1900 eitiploved anavjerage each of ICO men or ovtr viH ad at least 0 per crnt to thevr present force m tking a total in round fifcurfcs of 050000 raeui Iri other words with the continu ance off business con fideoce the important manufacturing inter ests of the cojjntry will Jb3 enabled to increase jheir present force by more than half a null ion workingmen to met th market demands for their prod ucts In sepuring tnis information Democratic and Republican manufacturers alike werei ad dressed No attempt was made to limit thb canvass to any par ticular industry or to auy par ticular section of the country and the queries sept to manufac turers were based solely upon actual business conditions and business possibilities for thet future A Broken Back That pain in your back caused by umbago Miff puscles or a strain 13 an easy thing to get rd of Ballards Snow Liniment cures lumbago stilt muscles rheumatism strains cuts burns bruises scalds and all aches and paths Tou need a bottle in your house Gee jtt at the Red Cross drug store Perfectly Resigned An Told Scotchman who was threat cued Jiritb blindneSs consulted an oculist TVlll yon have a little stimulant inquired the doctor The old Scotchman smacked his lips in eager anticipation Ou nyc Ill tak a drink p any thin you have handy was the quick rejoinder Ah thats the trouble exclaimed the oculist Youll have to stpp drink lag or youll lose your eyesight The old chap pondered a moment A wed doctor It doesna much u ntte Ihae seen everythln thaVs worth seeln1 anyway Th Beit Inheritance Property left to a child may soop be lost out the Inheritance of virtue a good lame an unblemished reputa tionrVlil aMue forever If those who are tollihif for wealth to leave their children would but take half the palnp to secure tom them rlrtuoua habits how much more serviceable would they be The largest property may be wrested from a child but vlrtue wll stand by him to the last A Lesson In English A Philadelphia capitalist wenft to Chicago and was very much disgusted with the Chicago accent You speak he said to a Chlcaicoan Ha wretched patter dont you But we Phlladclphlans Ive been aMuredr speak a veryf pure English Imdeed In fact a pujre OxfordEngllsh Ah how dd you account for the difference Well11 said ihe Chicagoan the onl- ywIyJtan account for It te that you Ml1slphinns entertained the Briti- sh4a good long time In your lown Fwhlle we chicagoans sever bad any suchOrhoaor ic CPleasaat sure caty afivlittle live pills are D Wi tafcittle larl lser sold by Reel Cross iru r store LZ ii- XHANKSqiyiNG fiODDING jj How tb Prepare VaHousKinds of Thl Dessery In the preparation of bread pud dings the bousekeeper should remem ber that while bread In some form Is used as the foundation the other inV gredleuts such tts milk cream butter eggs dried fresh or canned Irults spices and flavoring must added with a generous hand fpr In thIs alone lies the difference between the Insipid watery bread pudding studded with a few lonesome currants and the doy ilicious cabinet puddfng whfch Is con slder d tim very i4emo iof delicacy Baysthe Delineator ij Is also desirable unless one Is In sthicted tp the contrary t6 warm the riillk after the bread Is added mash Iflug thoroughly with a wire potato masher or similar Implement while heating and if skimmed milk only jfs available a tiny pinch of baking soda shonld be added to prevent curdling Bake tha pudding if possible in a cTji na or earthenware dish thatTias been well buttered testing it by thrusting a thin faladed silver Jmlfe Into the cen tar If fouild clear noon its temotal the pudding is bailed Ginger Puddling Upon two cupfuls of crumbled breadcrumbs pour suffi clout hot sirup drained from a pint pot of preserved Cant n ginger to moisten thoroughly beating with tf wooden spoon to a paste Then add one well beaten egg the yolk and white beaten separately a saltspoon tablespooncxlsn cupful of the ginger cut In dice Tuoiat once into an ornamental pod ding mold that basf been buttered and steam for two iours At ecrving time unmol4 Pn a hot platter and erve with a hPt foamy sauce jt Chtfcftlate Podding Tp a quartof boiling milk allpvr a pint pf grated theJthersmall cupful of sugar three eggs ned two squarps of unsweetettejl chocplate flavprihg with a scant half teaspoon ful pf Salt one teaspopnful of vanIlla extract and n little ground cinnamon Pflur Into smallr cnstojrd cups and bake set In ii panful of hot water for thlrtyfivd mluutes In a moderate oven Allow them tp cbol and then place di rectly on the ice until ready to serve turning them out on individual dessert plates resting on a HKe paper dolly Garnish each with a star of sweetened whipped cream How to Remove the Smell ef Paint Every one knows that an onion has a distinct and unpIeasdntPdorVheth er cooked or rnwv But every one doss not know that this odor of an onion wih draw to it eVery Bother disagreea ble odor and clgolr the house atn o8 phere JiTa day The onion can then be thrown away und with Jt goes the disagrceaWes smells that come about in a house that has been closed for the summer And tnis is also a good thing tp know That It will absorb all the odor from fresh paint and turpentine the house has been freshly painted and cleaned this month for the win tern occupancy tjiepeople moving Into It will be miserable with the smells that come front wrill and floors Af teethe fresh country these odbrs will be unendurable One onion should be cut into small pieces and placed about the room in two or three saucers Allow an onion to each roam and let the saucers re main there over day and night If every bit of odor tiasnt gone In that timeput n few fresh pieces In for the next day How Professionals Starch Cloth The laundry method for starching collars and cuffs is considered by Born housewives to be much superior tp tho usual home method After the shirt and collars and cults have been wash ed and dried they are ready for starch ing Use five tablespoonfuls of starch and onehalf cup of told water oncv half teaspoonful of borax and a qn rt- of boiling water Cook the starch for half ah hour This is to be used niere ly on the bosoms collars and cuffs of shirts and bn the plaited fronts pf shirt waists Stretch n cloth tightly onthe table and tack It spag to keep It smooth The starch will be like jelly and shomlc be rpbbed in with th6 fingers Tile rubbing is not complete until the tart Otis thicknesses are as pile and the starch then must be wiped from both sides with a damn cloth How to Remove Rust Spots Whenever the ordinary hooks and eyes have been used op light colored frocks there are almost sure to be spots of irou rust as a result The very first thing to do is to rip pff the fasten rs and get the rustless kind Then rub each spot of rust with Mlta of lomon and wash out thoroughly It4 may be necessary to repeat tIbia two three times but It Is worth the trouble If you havent this preparation nsK plain lemon juice Soak the salt In IL putt on the fspot and expose tor the sun How to Remove Milalsw Should the clothes bo mildewed the stains may be remnvcd by a mixture containing equal parts pf sojft soar rhd starch half as mUQhcommon sAlt and ihe juice pf half Ji lemon ThL may1 bo spread over the spots and the article should be lajd pa the grass all Say and all night untIl the state ea Urely disappears it How to Make Use of annl8 I Several fnnntls made pf Miff twr f and kept oa hand In the jkltchwi will be found a great convenience They are uneqiaalrd for use when etaptsiNS pcrcnls coffee vr other dry articles Hifo glass jars cr into the cans In which tlieyiuketS DoWltts Kidney anil fllati4tt iT hre nnequaled In casesr f weak back- backacheritrnatIoi of the blEdw- rheumatic and riary- ortthrThey are raffs act prisitiy iJont dmiy for delays d angerons Get Dsis XdaeM Bladder pills sokt ReI Crois storeS 1P0 43IRi j4 SanS Ditsry 1r1tboCrsaJ BEChvjl9 Ky Nqvi which raged fdr boie thrpat ened to destroy yiIsgrtOWDswepi the hiir pl of UNI iD CoIm lea from ta9vifcigW4iify and Jbefora tne fiaBMir k4 ipIeedpiot f with the exception of hstjiV- ery and one wareh o M W abi n all iiS1 of whiskejci a loss estimated in ttirlM kr 1bopdUnchecked ecc pt fejr ths feeble efforts of tri M jrMpte of the section wbq csas jiir miles around attfacJr byt tlbt great glare the flnBtfeitrjuapU from building tbb aUdii iii l1t v seeined that the little tojrji iiplf wasdowmed Only thai ivt of the wind which 8rifedenljri ieC arid turned theflamesbija1Sdireotlop from which thircftir saved the rest of the ptama Mi the town from destrjJctkwjTS tire wtisoneof th prfp6V i tacnlar conftagr tic i JJrm t f in this section of the Stali a 4iCjij a1bliHtdly had the flame 1 th ir jtbeV drds 0 barrels o wh stored within began to tiriitjr ill ir content vendja a W Mk i tjf fire down the creelrwMHbr r Si i hcb lighted np foriiltaii ttte Isfeady fib of KfavA jrttff 1M 44dredsscene and offered aMMtfUNM Wfc thi flames had goae tea far be yond control to p raaik of JMiy effort towards checking tihiplt AH of the yarios Vu4 i fr were grouped clod te MtwMT y8jr nd horned rapidly AUlni k fttne spectators who sarrosdthe plant 4ia bi jtilreI s 4edffrtwaa4 ater iipon the burning ina hipstht ty 4might b1sayed The lat of the tit4i i to Lurn v is the big bofttjispf wi house S6o8 after it fcAi ttiOm fire a brisk braeitirnthsflames backJn Mir paui ua the steady progrM fs ifci tM wascliecked An official of tbt tiliymy 44Sstated this moriing il Mplant would probably be jftlMtiji at once Readthe formula oaitl wtj f PkPain Tablets Thea ask jroMeibwefair 4congrstionbloodprtareba DrShoop PimJc Pain TWetcl t head pins wpwaty ytM pft M anywhere Try one aad Mf30 ftp 5c Sold by Red Cross DsHOW IS YOU Mt TIOili WANTED svcGMm ZINE reqalrfef the an4aman in SpiiB iiMfc to loek fttor expiring sub eripiOM aai Ip s cure new busiaesi by mrnnt of special methods unasilr 1elive pcxiikxt psraOt fniitr ipoui7coniiiderstypp natural vnJiftoafcomi meji5fO per iajr with oonAteuoa optipa AddrttB WItL resjsE QVPtiwocki Room lOa 8w cea 1kgzineBMg ITJSACZIMII to neglect ealtb Tbj- seleettbatyoiacai W to allow cgtwtipoo 4tiISUknyifver Mr1 bo- wslIti1etaMJarE44IaM twi y lead to as14osci4aietake Ballarda Berb6e aidgibsc liately well The oar am al trbieitf ke5SbSGLhTV awl bowel SoW V tba s1sdisfstMe F 4ii4 A B beld M 8disSMjirtky Nor 14te 41 ru Tho ijspi Lazt 8r 5 oa2s iiK M allIs Itt IIThl bo rdy- sntistuqtvisthe from tha D0 op It- II at S kS d fatifMy tike the tte so eat ly ke Maple IdrvSold b7 Red Cr drug ntpre TV w r v rI j TH ENEWS LEHDeRtoJ 1sttAIIRcu IR aOKV z tJy Jr TTioAY NOl 11 1 x SrrnIFF r Waft aM3 d to annouoce A Llail aa cUaat for the semi atte4 fir SUariff of Washington lUMrf j ct to the acton of tie dSMMettIIemtl tWs IIId Buert Virgin l we areiid to wpnoiMce S J Adrnaa a candidate for 8Jierift Wtga cottnty subject to tMe 1 I partyifeptlOMrffiePoweil and Byron Croake I fOR C5OUWTY CLERK I W Jwrtlioriied to announce W V OCaCKRxM a JMindldate for the ii mcZ41tc01M7 Clerk subject tothe mf tm tf the Deaecranc party 4 PrtaMiry Neber ii 1906 Elec if tlt sehsriNt tJtt t + J K X ASSE OR W MlTCHllLIj a a candidate for AMMM Wathlaf toa oCuntysub- Ii KttJaeaction of the Democratic jartjr jT P OBnrin Deputy Pri4 1909iWe art Mtbori ed ip aonounce C N I irtttttt M a candidate for Assessor of WiiiiiiifttK county Subject to the diM of the DeaKJcraric party UtPMtjJ It Ward Primary Nov r eier M IMt Ilecilom Nov 1909 h COUNTY JVDGE Utelur a UMNrae4 to announce B L UtBcjaia caJMticlate for reelection Mvtie eof Wajbintton county 8iJftttto UM action of the Demo cratic party Priaiary November JI Ii XMcti4paNoT1901 t T H fSclloeJhoL sc t 1IIbM but lor some I IMMI bs doa1 iwppoae my non srtotl nofiieiMe has been manytppcwftpooden ts in the ifULi l3klf JOG CAB listtn to m I JIi t Mi SflooM Yancey and child rwi df Midway speat Saturday i MdBiiMdfty tb gaeete of hei f mUc Mrs Iacy Bales rJOHr1n if83nd 1 1 SpringIc1aJiShriiy of Willisoorg visited W I Si Y Goodtett and family Sun day Mr7 Mollie WIlliams and flkwigkMr Miw Fannie and Mrs liiia Mitchell spent one tfy IeIrjWrr s p kiti Ida Hsydon Yisited heiI t jNirfiu nr Canary Saturday j4IIIiHY MrJ TSIberlaq ad wIfe of WilKburg were the delightful ftif iof J H Gisand family Juto1day Ray J A Sifiamg w U preach StrIrday n1ftzi Sunday dYiMesGrlitt alldliUrda Haydon were enter taia 4iatlinch Tuesday evening lbj Mi el Tava and Valeria Goodlwti I j Ycsredspepslaciigestiofl OtIr Of weak stomach or iafactanj form of stomach trouble If yoa will take JCWd occasionally juat at the iJII e 1FkEmyeiijieodit Kodol doe wa haye to be laken all the time OrdlmitUy yii pmiy take Kodol noyv Na iiI because it completely di gets dl MH food you eat and after a few ds era week orso thestbmach CR jjet thejwithout the ala fX ol Trytoday we know wlntItJflllof YOuSold by Red Crsgtove cI tr Willibur MJM Emsiife Hung enter a1 quitei a number of y oun p at her country home rSaiHrdayi ttTMing All present rspst M Qojabl time Mrs LiJBi McMiilin spent 4 Fray ad Salurdiy with hifrawttr J Mrs Suttlcs pear Hiils boroBff Colt tiled his regular appoiatiMnt at this place SnQ dy letv Tti Bright Star Camp 5007 TEN oA i will give a boxsup1 p c aaa BiHMCftl entertainment f Nov2ttJ wlU Iw giveo and priaes tt botIJ lady aa gentleman who nIkesilMt SSr v gnesl ip a ceranl ivfbte Everybody iin viWd to absid LriRufu FQt81 and child rfri Springfield ajft spend f IMJ a Jw dyi with their grand i iiMKj MM McElfoy who his rf944ly nxwftd into our town Mn llIOobnd4 o a fnMliDei1b iH J vi iwftiids au xis bere this 4wk ft ft Mr rIwl RWltr rron i Ir wiL fIo1Jl iS IA fIfllOf a fsw rJ 4tL r iv Hf tij1 5l w d to t T r 4cD 71tN YIAR 1 4cM r Stn IiteIsrci AriaJ iSrI Ittet l iwIbd 1eir vwbcj4-w IsL Jtfffi 4LorUVL 7StList dtos Ma Jt1C1 11 Antioch As we have been sbsehtfrpui your col mlJslorl foiag titnejl thoaght I1 woaldT wrile a few lines that might be of Interest to you r readers In the first place- I want To say that we are yet having tb most disastrous drought that has ever been knqwn in this part of the coun fiy The last rain we bad was ntheStb day of August since teawe had a ItCW slight show ers bat not sufficient tCdo the crops any good The small branched are enijrely dry and hnve been for some time and the large creeks lower than Was p7ir known betore The tebac C oP te very light about one h It crop The corn crop is about the Same and prices for both are very high Corn is sell jug at 75 cents per bushel and rthe tobacco anywbere from 10 to 111 cents The pasture fields are dry enough to burn and if frewrs to set out we would be in as bad a fix as they were Jn other parts of the countrybut ire trust such will not be the case Several land deals have been made in this section at priced that seem to defy hard times Mr Kjberfc Armstrong sold his farm of 72 acres to Willie J en Idhs for 2800 or Qt out 39 pracre MrM A Shields of near Tatham Springs sold his farm of about 60 acres to Rev H P Hatchett for 2300 or about 3850 per acre Tobacco buyers have been plentiful here lot some time hut MrJ A Sea has bought th most of the crop about here ana is buildinga large warehouse at Kirklnd which he iis going to equip with new scales and will otherwise be prepared to take care of his customers in the most satisfactory manner and will be ready to receive tobacco iuab out ten days but it does heern that the season for stripping the to baccu is a long way off But we dot want to be understood as complaining as there are many bings we ought to he thankful for We will have enough to live qri foi the next twelv months and Jwith the eU ction of Judge Tat for President we are avsurtd of four ytars more o1 prosperity So now let us lay aside all ill feelings that have been engendered by the late campaign if any and let us gel together at sums convenient place where we can aij sing Praise God from whom all blessings flow 4 SEVEN YEARS OF PROOF HI have had sev h yearsofproof that JDr Kings New Discovery Is tfie best medicine to fake for coughs ana colds and for every diseased condition of throtchet or hingsH says W V Henry of Panama Mo The world has lad thirtyeight years of pjoof that Dr Kings N Discovery Isthe best temedy for coughs and scolds la grippe asthma hay ever bronchitis hemorrhage of the lungs and the early stages consumption It timely ne always prevents the deVoiop tnent Qf puemuonia Sold under guarantee at Hayjdon Robertsons drug store SOc and 100 Trial bot tIe free V McIritire I Mrs Clint Mmball of Monti elovisitedhrsister Mrs C Mi Brengle last week and re turned home Friday tl com papied by her mother Mrs Manervia Hick rson Born to the wife of Manny Al vey on the 29 h a ten pound girl Mr and MrsJ R Montgomery visited the formers sister Mrs Pattie BlandfordrSuaday last Those who dined at the home of Mr And Mrs Roy Smith Sun Smithdesterand Della Blandford also Messrs JFonza Medley Cooper Osborne Leon Blandfordt Man uel Smith Mr and Mrs Dock Blandford spent Sunday at the bomf of Mr tten Cameron The bans of matrimony were published Sunday for the firai time Sunday for the marriage of Miss Susie Mulligan and Mr Watt Wheatley Mr T E B ilnid and J A sTaybrcitylastoats Mrs Geortr Lear Mrs Robert Lee Cle Juts Mrs cUtS Clementa abd Mrs J C En or spent Tuesday wi h Mrs Fra k Keen u andMrsuidMtturday until Monday kenMondyram but it will take many more greatdealtanalclaughterMissl Thuradar with Miss Susie Wath 111at St Catherines Mr ji L Muddand family niketheirthtothebQSeYaeWdbyMrMudd Brufstfiscratqbe tores undburks Hht ptkse fiflkave failed to cr w41 heal qutck1ynompiete1y when joii eneW1ttB Oarboljjsed Witch H z1alye It id especially good l llet rtd tijr Red Cross drug tore J l i 1 f ii WE I I TJi IJ t 11 E START THE SEASON r lj YX h IittJlli i t rrii tt J1t t 7 With a Flood o Money Savers A i 1 1E s r r1f you T faiLto share iri this bargair feast you will i ssomeof the greatest opportunities that d wilibe presented this seas f li1 c Diets Goods 50in Panama 5Qc 54inch BroadCloth 100 36in Wool Serge 500 25in Herringbone Serge 100 42in Wool San Toy 100l42in bilrf Warp San Toy 150 54in Ladies Ckth7c 54in Repellant SOc Colyrigbt lJo3by Hart H tJFIf CUNNINCHThJVLDUNCThNCO t iiil- II N G Marks I Machi shOp All kinds of repair work I done Gasoline Engines and Automobiles a spec ialty New and second hand Engines and Automobiles for sale at all I times Plow points groundand made as good as new IIFor J I Morse GoA I Gasoline hEngines Pumps Dynamos Feed Mills Fodders CutterSMaflu1- Spreaders Light and I Water Plants for coun supplies try use complete and I The Reo wonder of the mo age a good relii car that has stood IIThe when other cars three and four iit price have failed Write to N G MARKS Springfield I Ky for 1909 catalog jybu are interested in Motor Cars oiv kny oft e aboye machinery iii ruWSllODl1ltNr CsIPit PsMsMA- UNDERWEAR t ien f Flpered Ribbed Underwear 50ct Womens Fine Ribbed Vest and Pants 50c Womens Silk Finish Union Sals 100 Wompus Fleeced Ribbed Union Suits 50c Misses Floe Fleeced Vast and Pants 35c Misses Vine Fleeced Union Suits 50c Boys Fleeced Ribbed Shirts and Drawer 50c Boys ilerlileeced Union Suits 35c Scbaffntr tdux J l f NitS UI I CLOTHING Hart Schaffner Marx Suits 18 00 to 3000 v vMoch Berman CosSuitf1 c5oo 0029 1 H A Seinsheimeri Co Youth Suits 500 to S1250 ti A Seinsheimer IJos Chil dr n4s Suits 250to7 501 Mens 52in Overcoats 750 to 2500 t Mens Rain Coats 750to20O04 Youths Overcoats 350 IVtp 1250 t Childs Overcoats 425fo 750 i W Novelty Suitsf 1400 to2750 Rirr AllI of the latest Fall and WIn- ter shapes in Mens Hats tiWe cbrdially invite yoU to visit us beforet t m pur chases REO Model D 5 Passengier Touring Car 1000 Itop Extra 50 ItI feEO Model G Two Passenger Runabout 500 Top with storm front and side curtains 25 list additional Folding seat improved type for two passen gers 35 list additional All the above price on motor cars F Ow B Lansing Mich For sale by r 1 J1NG MARKS SPRINGFIELD KY rtrttrEarlyRI rru taiiw a R l ingyour 11 OIM Mbrate Co gii Cw Frciigk w s4 orL Linens and Cottons Best Bordered Calicos 5c Hoosier Cotton 5c Hope Cotton 8Ac r Apron Ginghams 6c Cantoh Flanneln rio Bleach Outing 6c 15 in Linen Ura 10I is no h st to p be U f ever in Wit i V t I 350 CIO 00 125 H i CtSllOES JiFloersheims Fine for Men in Tan and for 5 00 Douglass rice Shoes in Tan for 3 50 for Bovs in aha Tau4 U fine fOr 50 to 4 00 Sc E Shoes for Boys is Box Calf and Kangaroo 175 to 250 Full stock Mens and Top Shoes in black and tan v Blanketsv I 12VBlanlfQts w orth 3 50 for 2 50 124 wool lCb6forS700 V v 114 All Wool worth 800 for 6 00 114 Wool worth 650 4 All 3pO400 Full size Bed for 1XX Full size White filled Comfortst i 2 00 to 3 Wall VX t Paper 3 5 7 1fup r WOOD BUBNt I PYOGEAPHY the art of wood the most fascinating Iburning18 of the Anybody can learn to burn in a short if by our instrutiwl sheet and the outfit lich we i Now 1S tt18 tim to take up the if you do not understand the work for near and more nor appreciat gift is to tyourpi ornamental Burnt ood Ask forournew1Q0ilIu- trated whichshows all the latest pat err m the m arii des ever produced e IIDo t think that you could me r song ever published KufflrS Girls Rag new feaad waltz very i W St 213 Ave to Hunter notiftaUlGuntcrsthatt on our Is frbiAl- Ihunter are warned to t olf ocj will for IeWGGtluwlyIe IOLOAKS fjt m6ls5hfetungrearQi plavofn bake shown thiwnirkiit JaLd will make priCM to them t Y off lv Womens It 2000 Misses SZ sl 3riiiJ i 4 to tWWrenYdttks ilt iriL S Shoes Patent tf Oxblood Patent andOxblood t Douglas Shoes Patent 2E- OKijpendorfDittman os Shoeff Women2 andrPatent Boys Hight i All Blankets Vv All for500 1Q Wool Blankets and45O Comforts Cotton 1 50- SilkoHne beautiful subjects assisted perfect supply practice already Christmas suitable calog attractive Catchest Fluffy Market Fourth hunting premises prosecuted tJN8past bought heivily ChaRs Chas Blankets Blankets Comforts pastime Notice CiRPEfS r J lir t i5f IaIngrain Carpets 35Ci i Unipn Ingrain Carpjfeta f4Dc 1L S i r iC C Ingrain Carpets Soc i l i S Extra Super Ingrain Carpit6zic 1 to MATapestry i vet Oarp33 9c7t f Ai iAxminlster Carpets s11 J 9xil Rugs 11 t9x12 Tapestry Rugs i250 t 4 q 9x12 lVftRu sllQOt I lz7djX1HxmInlster Ru 9 OOO i J 1f p SneClats r r j 11jIN LACE CURTAINS j j 16 00 Lace Giirtainr tz50 t Jo 00 Lace Curtains for 4HX j f 1 00 Lace Curtains for f it ii350 Lace Odrtains foi Vjy i j 1 r 300 Lace Curtains for 225 lt 5 k 250 LCtt Curtain for 4ti90 J fj 2 OO f Lafcia Cqftains forjlx50r t 1150 Lace Curtains foivBcO tArVVi 41 100 Lace CndI nsf 6lt 9fr tJl 1 f Wind wShades t 1 d j t CiirtaPoVr 31J n L 0 1 7 if J If I l lime you love btay they wove IC- otton V 300 250 C kF TO 4 BURNINGOUTFIT No 09 98 C ntsF OTUFJT Noa iulkc J One desigBasWocdBox1 L to 15 l01011OnIIand Qn small Platinum Point 75 OnelnstructfoaBpoIcPjfrograplijSlmpl tied ltt Tctil lr 2 2 J ti 4 i4I 1h reoe Ei 1 twdStepX fiead 332333 Tapestry Dreamingof Byejlone BysV- goptijar song Moonshln V 3 st9p labig hitll VSTestern Ltteita sttrri x 1 march tWB n the Organ Mia Coa Round Fonfjfv A iiAIRSBXEAiii E3CAP8- Do you kaotr tkat tery timey bay cough r tJ4 a1ctitniII hlktQi j 9 will ewrt Msl1are yiir jesd- kI ia ao tMr JMtl iutrI4i itoiwliat biAk- Flu prfe4ehtkd OtiIOO k withIr1oe 2Scpc and 1 K81ru o rtleI- fol by Red Cross J rnf Store TKjI F Lif 11fi i 4 A HAPPY GROUP BarnDi 4 waltz 6ra 3 al f 4II 1h- idsitar Sel1 DMil 1I1i1tf e WheithSnwhku Ii i the hilt o i we a J 24 WiUltdbaiU 1 UI1pCoaeTvJiaetbgk1IL I tJ Gdei jt F is I a a I i a LMIIi 1rLrLL1I CIJI wd LfIIbnLm tJt d pulles Mrs c F 3osley a Rt Ltinon Ky j3ETaqARUjsojth d hss3a Iuga Hi r rT7i T ruw RGf II- f SlDNT DNYITI i I TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT A1N 1 tfIJ L I I8PRINt1gLD fStrittlycfi I tSS XobR4 W uI SEN1 1 JI Oflk bonn 8 ioQ alDh ll2piJ1 Offices pver Haydona Drugstore n i L i 44 Lampton MDtI t OffkcJii Otefi Imse i J JJIi Ke I J sIdsct 38 Y4 C tfW F Gf JaSBY ATTQRNEYATLAW fttJeo s 4nk pt1 jj rouN FIELD XY1 T Dr II W HYATT 7 e over Red crosDru2IJ Office hours Hyatta 1030It le to 12 mto 5 pm S fjiilNY MAYS by l FUIERAt uiKtCTOR UD tIJCESEII EMBALMER d re J TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT 74ISPWFIELDJO r jGood PlaceC TIiSStop I J We Invite ojir Washington and Nelsqn county triends when in Louisville and JoqUing for va 4 place to stop to non liSaW9 avsevera1 1Micely FuruisheddRooms 4 w ici WQ will let for lIddgeusfor a short or tong stay at reason bierktes v tiojcated onfheNorthwest cor t ner of Se3enih and Market Sts x Irvine Wmiatt A John EdelenB Riid otfWasbingtnc t 1 OR L piingfieid thoico t Manvrtactured by j JVJarbbesI = We pay highest markett Jpice p ig grain t4 If iou nrthe I Best FLOUR r ask your grocer for Jl For That Tired Feeling WchcoDi not Elugglall lver and Inactive boco1zwhen ytfu dons WantEto eat and your tongue js Take Lanas Pillsb Thcy iinto tim liver woxt and exerdse thebouelstmro conttiaipji bUiO13 ness sick hetdacbo anti other lnzy l1vet ttonblos fi unple tree on requeztS 25 Doses CostOnly 25 Gents Made by CHASE LAE1COS Lou3 Ho i For Sole fa Springfield byi Haydon l Robertson s 4 VOLY1NG WWTE 1 f FOftSAMPLE i KALBILU KANSAS CRY MOI j jt fOfiLTRY flCCVef iCo8a PIt4sd febdulaado cbupcrltua nettlir t tlt fe tllJll1ao ut futng or 11 xs c1to Sold byJ Li Htbfr I ddikg 5k1 Dss I ycwedby7 Aiqu itjj 1naf Zemo Osimsaen cvs aisyf- yV Ms-L14d1 fiN TOWNt N Local Happenings oT Interest Tki FrsbtandLatest 1 AflAbTurHif1FrIUd A1I4citair trt ii rJII uMj Soiae hing ni inV i1ings V1JArsbe1tt A twelyepoujjd boy arrived at he poDia of Mr Kent Smith ii Tuesday TrIL jJZ gar prs t you will like i Wi1iam JMrud1rs Skidfnore Mudd are rejoicing over the arriyal in their familf of twin sons Allmillinery at and below cot nice iss6rment on han See th jit will bay you 4 Williams pprapFrederickstown are rejoicing p Vr thfc arrival Of a ten aMa half pound boy on Nov m beditb Voile land cloth skirts sUlk etticaatsetcat greatly re duced prices J Williams RtmeniTefrshave skin food eream etc that iis superioritoany otheM Williams c F6ubIn front of Leach aflUud Gampbelfs store l1go1dl wUcln iGwner can have same v proving property tdpaying forVtbisi advertisement Theo CampelLD1 Mrs Ida Glarkson has sub ntea tHe house occupied by b Mrg 0 Wharton and will keep boarders Mr Wharion t aind iamil rejsa n rooms and will board with Mrs Clarksoh The bans of matrimony were published of Mla Susie Mulligan and Mr Watt Wheatley last Sunday at St Dominic tbe matt age to be oJemnized on the- o J twehiyVtourtirof this month 1- FOR RENT Onast Main tb Street near school house one residence with 6 tooms all recently papered water in the- okitchen Price 10 per month Call fon J A BouLVAKEt Extr J M BARTON Deceased FOR ALE Second hand Roller Ball Bearing Skates een overhauled arid in good condition at onetthlrd actual i ostV John Kelly W announce this w1f the name of Gi N Wllett who is ai tdidatefor the office of assess r of Washington connty sub ject to vie action of the Demo cratic party Mr Willett is a well Known and popular young lan and will doubtless fill the office with credit He willI name as his deputy Mr JR Ward Mr Austin Bunter of Indiana polis is announced to deliver ai lecture at tie Opera House here on the night Wednesday Nov ISfch on a popular subject Dr Bunter comes recommended as beiug one of the foremost lectur ers on the platform and Tie should attr ctagQod crowd eats op kale at Ked Cross Drug Storev Mrs Bertha Orouch and Rev AOPmkstoaof Valley Jal Vaspin ton cdunty were mar tied in tbe parlor of the Baptist parsonage in tnis city Saturday GravesIofficiating They are well known peoplein their home county both having been born and have lived nparValley Hill This is the second matrimbnia venture 1 reach The witnesses to the cere mony were Mrs Artuatha Pink ston aud Mr Ernest Piijkston Lebanon Falcon IThe football garie between thltdnynumber of local fans who weii over and rooted for the homo bdystnSt Marys team Harry Shultz and BenF bimms Jr J who were very justly given cred it for wInning the rgame over the dv II tm Those who atten d ed tbe game from bprefW re Messrs Ben Fan John F SXmras WV C M Chord Srj wi and Charles MMcGhofd AB Shuftz Sr nnlAHShnliz Jri Sbkr Robertson H M Moss and Marshal Grac ei TSfoticetpfTai payers I r All hfcpiyers of Washinfirton county are notified that alj taxes dse the county of Washinpfonf repastrdAIpaidbYDec 1t the llaw req kfchat Vtax warrant 6d issued delinqijeots S OgBQURNE Sherifi j MJ it 1ii i RITOPIGS 1 VVV Thanksgiving SalesV 1j i3churcli Bale of cakes dressed hens tur keys and hams Wednesday Novetnlfer 25th in lecture 1a ofr church Orders placed early will be tilled first Committee Mrs Wi 0 McChord MisJ Y g Mayes Miss Kate Mayes Mrs R ILMeElroyV No Hunting No hunters allowed on Uft lace Tresspassers will be- rOsecuted fo Hennessy Baker TakenUpV v At the Pair Grounds a gray- eieyheifer j Q wner can have same by provirig property and paymgcpsts L D Bakero PeRSON VIMisses Lizzie Tjeachman and M abel Thompson re iin Louis illeV Ar HR Cleatoni QfVLOUiSf yillevyis a vihorofi Mr J VRt urreil this weeJr Mrs fl R Thompson rand abe ar turned fromBowling Green last Friday aterspendhig- biee weeks with MisJV Louis larmcm lMiss Sara Wilsdn or Bards ion Is the guest of vMiss Ellen GregoryV t Mr T If Flaugher was called o Brown countv Ohio last Fri ayon account of the deaths his motherIMr G F Carpenter of AlaI ama is here this weektMessrs Clam Hill and W W Spa Iding of Lebanon were on ur streets here Tuesday Miss Aniiie Jjanra McChord returned from Dauyille Saturday where shehd been visiting relatVves three weeLsV Mr andMrs Samuel McDo aldVof Cincinnati twere visitors in town yesterday MrHenldy Middljeton of Lou sville was here Monday ik3 kink at some real estaieV with a view to buying a farm Dr E E Mill and Wj HJof Ness Elope were quests VofDr an4 Mrs W F Trusty this1i weekVV v Mrs J B Peyton willIgo to Jouisville Friday torelai tiyea l Neal Boblitt who hId a position Jj a salesman for the Steel Range Company that operated in this and adjoining counties this summer is at home Miss Susie Penn is visiting r 1her brother at GeorgetownI iMiss MildredV ofj Lebanon is visiting Miss Eleanor Dun an MissAimee isali Talbott who studentat St Catherines spent the week end al herl home al- fB iIlrif j 1Mrsdaughter MisADie1j Simins arq in Louisville tbdayV- tDl George Shaunty of Louis villd visited his motiier Mrs Sallie Shaunty afew days the past week VIt Mrs W Ht I Caw ey is visit ing Mr McCawleys parents in i t LouisvilleMiss I McOlaskey of Bloomfield IB visiting Mis i 1Itj SI Vtspetc3zie Waters before returning t- iber borne Chicago I Miss Sac Ray has been appoin ted telegrhpli leditor on The tTel6graph of Havana Cuba MWriI Te tiWM1nNij t out tracted PAIN thiit 3o arkJi when plates Iare wantedt ALL WORK 1II- j Done in this office Is firstclass in vertised every respect and jjust as ad iJIJI IIYSTALIiARDDDSfS li Springfield KyV i t a salaryotl0O to begin witht and will leave here upon receipt of a cablegram from the mana er of that publication informing her when to leave here tomakeI steamer C9nnection from Florida to Cuba Miss Ray is avelY- capable writer nd iis well fittedllj to tilt the P Sitiou with credit herself and satisfaction toI her employers Mr Hefferman Reubel and Miss Kate Putnam of Lebano- nwerevisitorsJDtown8ur day The bans of matrimony of Miss Alma Cameron and Mr Robert Vise were published at Fredrickstown last Sund yMr- Vis is Hving at Mattoon Ill and is a son of Mrs Annie Vise f this court y Mrs Mary Uowling of JTo 228 8th Aye San Francisco recommends a remedy forstomach trouble She says Gratitnde for the wonderful effect of ElectricBitters in a case of cute Indigestion prompts this test lam fully convinced that Or stomach and liver troubles Elec rtc Bitters is the best remedy on the market today This pjcat tonic and alterative medicine invigorates the system purifies the blood and iis specially helpful in all forms of female weakness SOc at Haydon 8 Robertsons drug storej Amending Picture An eminent FiWch nrt collector ones bought at the Hotel Dronot a landscape bya noted csPlimIstl whichttbe shbrcil with uiich jirlde In his pur chase to an artist friend But I think quoth he that jthip picture lacks animation it wants personages Now if yon wotild paint for me a man or woman on that rond that runs through the middle ot the lauds npc It would greatly Improve the pic ure That Is easily dope said the artist So he carrlel off the painting and sent It back inn week or two with the fig ure of an old peasant woman going tp market wtt1her liaaket and her red umbrella tatroduced on the road iu question to the great satisfaction o the pictures proprietor Meeting short Jy after with the Impressionist who had painted It the artist remarked u i had the audacity to alter a landscape of yours belonging to M LthV other dayj I thtutedau old peasant woman walking flown the road Down the road I remember no work of mine with a road In it should like to see tile picture nndjudgo of the effect of your altcrjBtlon So the iirflst carried him off to M Xs and they speedily stood before the landscape The Impressionist turn ed per ectlJ CTceu with wrath and horror Mlaerable man he shouted what haveyou done That Is not a road that runs through the center of my work ItlIsa river Exchange I VTIie Baseball Umpire That gentleman who Is to umpire the game today Is au old friend of- j minetsaidthe mild mannered base ball fan to his neighbor as they sa- tIlcanlutomard In the grand stand squarest and finest of men Y sslr hes asulce a fel Say watth the graceful attitude of our first batter Hqfi got his eye wIth him today tau Tar see how heIetst this first bad one co What did the umpire call thntIA strike replied his neighborV Now what do you tbiuk of that Ball went a mile wide ol the plate well umpires will make mistakes Ive eenVAt this Juncturea crack rent the nil and the ball sailed on nllne toward the left field fepce The mild mannered jnan was on his feet In a Jiffy ih wlit a swat Run rub like tbi 1dIe eqs Go on and nake It a hQincr- Lopic nt that cuss go will you Mal- HIltJ What tllJt umpire called Ita foul ITimfoul Biles crazy Say Mr iUmjnrc put oil your glasses A foul Say man yonrc the limit Tlirn him out Go lay down soraewlifiY umpire Youre rotten Tlotten ROT ten tInit lij his dlssust tao rnffd mnnnewrr fan slapped his derby hat down oi the seat and sat on It Bohemian The Lottery Professor Robert Herrlclc of the Uui- tJVerslty of Chicago whose recent crlil clsina of American njen aud women Jiavc very straiiscly brouphti hIm more prominence than his brilliant and pow- erfuL lovel wasuise of the speech makers at reetit Chicago XYedding I am not going to congratulate thi young married pair Professor nero 0rIclslthl In the course of his speech SIt to nbputd to offer congratulations j on the tiny of marriage tyulte as nib sunl 1 ilt would be to congratulate a man on having drawn f lottery ticket before you know whether it is a arize or a blank =t t t 1i Millineryv 1 t kIf you are wannH stylish Millinery at V reasonable prices now is the tithe to buy wl New readyiowearf reCeived eryweef PI f1 v j Trimming i Speciiltj jJi 1i esW I 111l MISS KNOTT Tennessee Tragedy I A dispatch from Nashville sys Former U S Senator Edward W Carmack was sHot three tines and instantly killeS Vb3iTun an B Cooper in a three corne eddue1 between father son andthe former Senator Seventh avenue onjj Young Cooper was shot in iarmbi1t wasnotiserionslyjwoun tded The tragedy was the result of beenlmadeTennesseean edited by Senator Carmack The stories optue tragedy are j conflicting Ouepf these is that Senator Carmack was walking down the street with Mrs Cha IP Eastman when he vas apll proacned by Colonel Cooper and his son who drew their revol vers as soon as they saw Oar mack Reports which have spread broadcast over the town tonight are that Senator Carmack stepped 1ehmdthe woman when he saw the twom approach Young Cooper yell d to him to stand out branding him as a coward as he did When Carmack stepped out the young man began to fire Three bullets took effect two of them under the heart and Within an inch from v each other and the third in the neck Mr Carmack had been warned that Col Cooper would resent newspaper ridicule if continued and was armed with a revolver two chambers ofx which he e np tied VMr Carmack had lleft his of flee arid was going to his apart ments oh Sevpnth avenue Col Copper and son wire coming down the avenue As they ap proached Mr Cferraacko w3s talking with MrsVEastipan The last words ever spoken by him were to her Mrs Eistraan said that whfp Mr Carmack was addressed hp Immediately jumped to one side so as tobe clear of her inIrapidl Eastman and Senator Carmack Whirled around and seemed to lightlinbifIretch fell in a heap in the gutt er just at the edge of the Side walk Following is the editorial int Carmacks paper which probably caused the duel in which Editor Jar 1ck was killed Tol1ajfJr Duncan Brown Cooper who wrought the great coalitiqn who achieved the har monious confluence of incompatii ble elements who welded the pewter handle to the wood n poo1whografred the dead bough to the living tree and made it to bloom and bourgeon and bend with golden icuit who made playmates sf of the lamb and the leopard and boon companions of tbe spider and the fly who made soda and vinegar to dwell placid Jy in the sam bottle and who taught oil and water low thej u ight agrEeto Major Duncin dipIpolitic Zweibund all honor and glory forever Life Savers Rewejd John K Lloyd the noted life save of Long Branch related some of his life saving experiences at a compll rrdlnnerJdealings with very genr erous men said the veteran hero uandIhne had dealings with vcr mean men VOnce on a January day in Philadel phia a mail who was recovering from a debauch fell from one of the Dela rware piers intp the cold wet 1yCr- w Slipping ort my overcoat 1 plunged In after him I fished him up from the bottom He was unconscious but managed to get him to a big cold cake of Ice and on this cake of iceVt sup ported the pair of us till help arrived Well I had saved the mans yfe nud illsatd h was gratefulVl 4Iere young fellow said hehere a Jialf dollar You saved my life and yon must be chilled through Goand get yourself a pint of whisky But I handed him a quarter back No no I said a half puts your price Youve ovorvniuedjourself- r r ValuatlorlH IsYoung tiinnlt raid the stern parent have yoq any ldeaOftheynlUeOf 9 dollarr Certainly answered the glided youth At the club a dollar repre tents one white chip Washington Star Too Small to Pray Ye your reverence ourfJohnn3 Is a wonder He can play cards bowl andl juss like a t operV 4 i Can he say his prayers tfo hes too little for that File rende limiter i KILcVCOU ICURETHt LUNGS i wTHDrmngs t New DiscIJ IFlI c8 Rl 1 p r GUAZAJtUDI NGUAZAJtUD rtIf rWifAT CO bft LC TJ1e Way the pMrtepa Read tlw VIWbmatch la tile dark It II worth while to pbOlbnud almost at the same time the sul phur begins to butn wlfh bluish beains As yet the flame yields little light In a moment or two the wood of the match takes fire and then a stream of clear white light pOurS forth Each of the materials of the match its phosphorus sulphur and wood has shone in burning with a color oWfli s- In own a street lighted by electricity and gas the eye detects at once the dif Terence between the white rays of the one aid the yellow beams of the other weIcopper burn with a glow of greenish blue and a Sue pure blue Is had whOa filings of rInc arej ignited These and other sucbaubsYarices furnish the maker of fireworks with his materials Rockets roman candles and bombs Iall derive their beauty from the ape cial tints which attend the combustion of their ingredients And any one who has once seen the colors peculiar to common salt iron or antimony as they trace themselves on the evening sky will nlwaytf know what is aflame When he sees those colors again Sir John Herschei was the first to understand that colors of this kind tell a wonderful story He will knew how the stars varied In tintthat AK debaran was ruddy Arcturus and Sirius the most glorious YellowIIII white Might not the colors of aflame whether on earth or In the sky rqttlly be telling us of what that body was composed His suggestion was taken up and its theIspectroscope Ono of its prln pal parts Is a prism employed to break up the hues These hues which are di vided bymany duck lines make known to us that the sun and stars are built of such materials as compose our own globe i Yet more they tell us what kind of atmosphere surrounds them and most astonishing of nil give us the irate whi h a romote star Is moving fow utl or from the tiny orb we Inhabit York Herald JIAsouctio Phenomena That Ire Pita Ailing to ScIentists At twilight some time ago at a Ufo saving station of theEugUs1 coast noises were heard that sounded llkf signal shots front some distance tseQ- IA boat was launched and sped with all possible energy to the place from which the sounds seemed to havecome but jt returned without having beard or seen anything further Yet the seaman who hud been left behind on guard declared solemnly t ntln the mll1nI time be had heard near shore unmis takable cries for help from drownliTg prsonsTb bluejacketsl themselves are m6st inclined to regard the whole matter as supernatural and the voices Ins spectral Scientists say that it Is possible however that such sounds may be audible in remarkable distinct ness where there Is a high coast though they may coifie from a great distance especially when persons theta are placed accidentally so that behind them rises a wall which receives the t sound and throws it back On some coasts that ire often visited by fogs a legend of so called fog shots lies acquired vogue These are said to have their origin for some rea ton not yet Tathoinedt within the masses of fog Acoustic phenomena are found f such a strange kind that the Investigation of them may be said to be still very far from conclusive The most inexplicable secret9 lies perhaps not in the occurrence of sounds the origin of which may be reached only with great difficulty butin their dis appearance and in absolute silence when audible olces should be expect ed Many a ship has been wrecked be cause its signals of distress loud and uninterrupted have remained inaudi ble although only a Very short dis tance from the coast But again it happens that in such an instance the very same signals be come audible at a fax greater dJsfync where they provoke great excitement A remarkable example of this was pro duced by the firing of guns bythe English fleet In the roadstead atSpltheacl on Feb 1 1001 as a token of mourn ing for Queen Victoria TliIs was not heardvnt all by many persons close at Vn i vftio were listening for It while at places siaca rtiifctr ary it wa ssard piatel The direction or the wind tidied to explenti4tS aberration if the oavea onndohhs3 News An Ascending Scale Dr John S Fulton of Washington the secretary of the international con gress of tuberculosis was praised the other day by a milk Inspector IDr Fulton has done pcty things Bald the nUl1ito reduce tubercylosls One of the best things be has done Is In the purification jfour nSllk Thank getIpurer milk they toV lance heard Dr Fulton tell a milk story in the midst of an address on milk He saM that a city man took a house In the country for the summer He Boughtbut a farmer at once looke over the cows on the farm found them to his liking and saidVf My servant will come to you every morning for a quart of milk All right said the farmer It will be8centspButilt must be pure mllkL mind said the city man absolutely pft4iV In that case it will cost you 10 centsVVery good And you will milk the quart from the cow In tny servants presence IOJ Yes for 15 cents Cincinnati Enaulrer Manofwars Mens Repartee Ifm at Quebec Jthe other day there were two battleships to particular that attracted attention Qnc Of them was the Indomitable andthe other the tfew Hampshire the former of Great Brit ate and the latter of the United States The members Of the crews of the dlfV f rent vessels while they were static ed at Quebec were woat to get togetbt er and talk over the respective merits of the two vessels r There was a group of American and British sailors talking over matters and each side chose tho man they thought the best spokesman to talk over ties ships v Why said the man of the Jndoio liable we could Juft ttaluoneot our fUM on joifr ship and put yottta Jeep for a week f v Yer quickly replied Jtii ti ft AIUt of the tfeiw HauipjUJre iuide would wake Up RtttlKJsad of tlietrtek anI UcJtyou 4Itttxo ur tTo wlilcli wily the Rr1tc ja i- iepIy te makeMvihe1ee TJaloa rL ADIES r f I A II KtiltUndrwurgtthe 7 I MEfODElRI Its cost iis very little more aoct you pt It I Comfort as well as LpnafWaAri For Fit and Finish they are upsUrlpaect I Full line of Union Suits and separate garments in dlfferentvWeHts atwiiy on hand for Ladies MisS and GhildiI ren III Ii3d f II l drrfU 1 C I See Our SPECIAL VALUE i is 7 Lathes Fleeced RilbedSiirts aii Dbfw at 250 the Gr Thy are wik1 1 I finished seAms good Ufth tape nck cf cWt ft edge and Pearl Buttons ITw it a GREAT BARGAIN ComM in allsizw gMVyV r Your Size is fone f v I ONYX HOSIERY I is theBestMdeVWe kave tINa w M r t IVtgrade ndcolors Try a Pair of o4r for Boys and Qirls at lOc 15e and 26c RIBHCJS1I 0 Extra ValuesI Fyii line of Best MaksVin Men andLBoys Underwear on hiind I RobertsonC1aybrooke Co i I nrCOKPOIUTKD Ifi iihEN i3 Down town step in and C IIq havea Cup of Hot Chocolate 1 Beef Tea Tomato Bullion Egg Phosphate Fried Oys J ters Oyster Stew atany time I v i iofthedayVz j F 4wFri At ALL TIMES EXTRA SELECTS t s KATIE HERfLEIN a d Bro VIV yf 5 I Dressy Sloes t I Shoes houid do mor tueraiy ththethe feet VVHow much more sko c CAN BQ it Utter Vderstood by our ptroiu tJau lby otMr p aplb s IRemde4 the sftlM ftctiMi or frt11tr 9MthiIn 1 and more itylifluiMC tItetm thai ivmt iVj I faction which con Iy widi a PEEFBCT IThVWe carry aO iii correct Avtomm whit fct I Ithe wanted witbs and UBC M and w KNOW v HOW to fit you v f I Weareso4eagkforthIwisgQueen r SIr j y I ftI i VEclipeforMen Red School House and Ivih Drew for Boys and GirlsVI The old Reliable S Iz othinfflbtrson the market Seeour Naptha Calf water proof wIn erShoe fforMflij11The bst I1ieV of h I It eRjj1 1runa9ac I J11 1 nmss Frill aid IDCfr OruaojilV j 1V verYI brdVV and garden WsIia y- Fre1fl a4sSft Ml H F BitUBNMKYWi AIVLIOS5 JQI L HaYeYou Tas F Pojoutrjui tcr btMerro coiaiuoai 11r4 I- Wait t PMpiesI XWsID J Iitt lhC YM Jyb t t it s A c1irgys2 i PM1tk VtbeathtecaVV 7ct11 1fJ TJ1 iIf panab k VlV dCk a cold ws OIINS iI7wAM p I ai uk aM s Xe 1 ti i = 6iMaV i MI- WUV AI at JIG 11 st miga J r ii cmiV VVa s IJ t tflED bWI i T 77 T Trib Save TMs Anyway c Ia I Saf Plc V rJt fI k y I Jt ikM aMtnpie home mcde t ttsfttre M fifeer bjr aii iD1t tr 3f o KI e1 diases t kes intstt tht h psaftr case of r J tBII fcroubfr if iakf below tal jf biigVitt dtiKiiai tgptom ai U t4t4t tt qrispscIjpi ibads fre J t74if t ptLnfl ana dcol p i riDilon aerwi1y over t TrytI 1 v JPtaHl Ethsct Ikpdelicm one t t1t IoDDOe Compound JSArjsdn r jaoc Compound Syrup 8rprii1al ttreounce Take aWepoottfid fMr sch meal k kan4a bedtime AE lf 11kiK wn druggist here iY Yn ip autborrty that tfcese f fcgf tdiefltk are all barmleae and IL S b byshking wtt iiis Wttit This mixtare St Wiia pfotilwr healing and sooth lag cfftet upon tbe entire Kid Mfaa4 Urinary structure and ofiM oYercoiae the worst forms vvsii jQtRh tnnstIsui in just a little wttite Tkisr mixture Is laid torr d 7Crs ye aJl brood diiOrpers and orit eir l1lm bylorcing Jjt1t1C f to filter andstrai t frh the blood anasy lenl all 122 I d a37 LinI J2UIIJ Soompo j WM atbsr Which cause these f aiconi Try t ift you arent t j s rie prescription t j t1 7it rqt AI s f b32i Fulton otWash1ngto 1j thecretiiry of the International con fit tuberculosis was praIsed the etiiA by a Jftuk Injector t Pit W 1 I MML to J34uc tuberculosis octlle tkl ififIJH has dpneJs Ja ae U t WItL Tbaaka- I hwpHy to life interHt Americans get pwwr rout than they used to ieHard Dr Fulton tell a milk pterjr lnljteinldst of an address on milk JI Mid that a city man took a Mw llm the country for tie summer eaobt out a farmer at once Ilooked tlNeoWILoj the farm iouna them z 1plS liking nt1 athi i My servant will come to you every aIu4ag far a quart of milk 41 An right HId tl farmer It will 0 sc a f w 4ast Jt Ht bepure milk mIne l aM tie city man absolutely Pure1I t iir tkat case It will cost you 10 fSw x r tYery good And you will milk the f Mfcfrop4 cow la lay servanli t Jiitteer J Jtx l Ieafor t5 Dtof = CincinnatI 11xj 4I rC 1 ff warIfteartvJJp at Quebec the other day there I 1rri twalMittlesliips in particular that t vttr ted4ittetitMij One of them was tW IfcfeHUiiaDie and the xftner the New HawpBhir the former of Great Brit M4 the latter ot tl e tlnlted States TM wtnl of tbe crews of thocdif- esee1a while they were station Iat Quebe were wont to get togeth d and talk over the respective merits lM2tke two vefeeels nk re wan a group t American and 3Bfttteti feailors talking over matters rJ fi4 W a fWe chojse the man they jpfafrt the best spokesman to talk e the ships Vr Whr saftl th pnof the indom H b we cpald jUKt train one of our I pnw 4 n your sliliri and put you to I lMflrtetwekI tiYIISlCklr replied the able sea cltthe New Hampshire and we kwk Up at the end of the week j i ifek jrou fJOf yourboofa i i efC ll jJh rlt had nQ JN y to make Manchester Union jf StationIi t who Itl Vcl ampIqn athlete are IE amiWeti L story that Is being I t abo tMKf A short time ago he assignIl tftjj9ck alter jieddlers In Nit aWe atreet One peddler was eq4 iWiblespme refused to keep tl cmkh warned in n gentle IieIOerfJ oiieeirian who is noted for and fenial dIsposition ILully kia good nature ruffled and a kMId stt1onIt iI i stt1oni and the pfillceman t WIS irrnlgtledlj i lr HeateeiftBt and Z f a4aad qtIcM tbatthe big 3tA 7r tbcall kser could J et eCJ1l hIs iBk t l i i w theiieuieBMittt f F 43 toMtWsf1Iowto goto the sta ikr t iaa4 twnf Sure I never saw it j c t iepId beforL mr5ClrJandIdldnt4 re L kaow ho Wto get herew York cf J 0ec1w1 i dO t fiJ i Iroa RIK- trubfrem t 4 i r 0 garments 1 a4 t MaId ovf ra bowl eeetIatM Wutqr and a qborix Apply some j t kYdiId ad drop by drppvuntil su brtq ia9c thee dip the I a tdIuto war t aolre 0 cdthomeaiethod until thu L J dI Fjf I iaiiiod t II lioUA well with lalt ftX w b lemOn 4 pjwlij Lay t- Ar st j j tjpnettsisucer A t1f1ft boiisd orJ j = frh3ade I kkg three j Of bvtiw iiita Jtt is a ri tIIf trH4 ormPrand- land IIM1If1pe 1p1tt JII r 2 ar A e h 1 Ai 7 1 f i- PE- 1OpI4p OF ThE DAY t AWi4xpf2 JlfcJMird Tr bulaban iead pf the puV Hcity Bureau of thq Republican na Uweal uJI1lttIIs newspaper inai ef iipe experience For the post twen ty years be has been stationed atkthe 1nlchargeotajftdn bureau Prl rio his corinectfpn wltK Me I3un he was attached to the 5 oft tbellnlted Press associationl His long residence In Washington fQ vliariy fits hIt tor life present duties i i BlCHAno v OUZiAHAN as he has come to know every poll llclan of importance in the country lIr Oulahan is about forty years old Well informed on the political ques tions of the day and Is one of the best liked newspaper men at the seat of government ft Vivid Picturef Senator Beveridge at a luncheon in Boston during the convention of the General Federation of Womens Clubs made ja telling little speech dgainst then pursuit of wealth Erbm the window of the room a sun- NY garden was visible and In the gar denja number of children pursued with breathless tries a swarm pf blue but terflies ifr BeveTidge waving his hand to ward the racing children Said Take a company of boys chasing rfratterfllesjpntslpng tailed coats on the boys and turn the butterflies into doll bills ancfybu Tiavc a fine panorama of the business world i Noted Trust F1ghterIt Herbert S Hadlejv Republican aioin Inee for governor of UssourlwnsI elected attorney nerni of the state in 1904 Through his relentless prosecu tion Of tlie Standard Oil company and Its subsIoUary concerns In Missouri he attracted the attention pf the entire country Vlffa recent address before the At torn y Generals Association of the United States of which lie Is president Mr Hadley referred to the 29 000000 Standard OH lIne The judge he said who cannot stfe the Sttmdard Oil Company of New Jersey In the Standard 011 Company of Indiana and who cannot see through both of these legal fictions to the real owners and the real offenders is either IIEVBEUt s 1IADLET blinded by prejudice or has an unfortunate dlspojltloii to obsfare the mer its of aTControversy by straincdnnd ir relevant technicalities Sir Hadley Is a native of Kansan nnd Is thirtysir years old He was ducated W the University or Kanas Northwestern Tmlvcrslfx ind Chicago LnwscbooJ After finIshlnghis stud ties he settled in Kansas CityjfMoc rQftn The KWnejs AIBj Weakened by OverWork Unhealthy Kidneys Mate Impure Blood It used to be considered that only nary and bladder troubiejs were to be traced to the kidneys now modern 1but proves thai ly fi1 diseases have their beginning hi the disor2ler off 1 these most important organs v The kidneys filter and purify the blood that is their work Therefpre when your kidneys are weak or out of order you can understand how quickly your entire body is affected andl hbw every organ seems to fail to doiits you are sick or feel badly begin taut Qw great kidney remedy Dr is SwampRopt because as soon kidneys are well they will help allltfc other organs to health4X trial wilhcmY111ceanyone vIfyou are sick you cait make no mis tike by first doctoring your kidneys Ue mud and the traordifliuy effect of Dr Kilmers swAEipRoot the great remedy is soon realized Ittkidaey the Highest for its woaderfn1cur- eL r the JIHostdisttessmg cases iss1c on its merits by alt iruggstinfifrcent atid oaed lIar ize mayhaseimp1e a ofSwH pRo c ettelUngyonkoiwtofindoutl bladder trouble Mention thisr paper BisgJi1d rb4he iame i wanpRootp r rJ Roc aad the ad tOtlN Y oa eyarjrlxHUe r Jr The Crystal T BILy Thilip ean Copyrighted 8 by Associated Wterary Presa u J us ISi IUTbe trouble witjrme Antoinette announced Is that I am too common place t J Charmlan laughed You funny lit tie ding ffhavent any Individuality An toinette Insisted I dance pretty well and sing a little J have a fairly good It complexion I know how to do my hair but when other girls scintillate Im in the shadow WbatrI need is to be different Whatyou need Is to TaeVyour own dear Bejf Charmlan stated Every body loves you Everybody doesnt AntOinette con twtIt fed At least1 She stopped uldnly Well Dickie does Cbannlan teased You know unretbe onlygirl In the world to Dlckle Beveridge and DIqklen the salt of the earth Oh Dlckiei Antoinette flared Dickies ds Insignificant ns I am He has a nice little figure and a nice Ilttlj twny of saying things but there isnt anything great or grand aliout him Who wants to be great or grand Charmlan questioned oil do Antoinette riit up among the pink couch cushions I kant to be distinctive Charm rnt ulnwhnt way Charmlans eye were smiling as e lounged in the big chair by theorno fire for the OjitPber days were cot Well mctT ulfor example An toinette said your redgoldhatf and your gray n i and your lnekJ i and your w of wearing thrngslf what won Ilook like In tha rc kimono ython With Its goIjTflg tires it gi 3 you an atmosphere of somEtblpgCbnrmlu girl shp ldltsmucb betteftto be- n woman inn a seeress Thats iI very well for you tp say Antouiet V grumbled You have ii voice llko St siren uOh TtinetteI Charmlan protested un Beerej and a siren rdsoUluch1 rather btjist a woman and lovable and j rec u like you Antohi tte dimpled and then sighed But Im rot lovable to everybody Char mi ui reached over and took one of the sttull plump hands in hers Now wi is that sigh for baby she demai vid And who doesnt love you Otis Singleton said Antoinette un expectedly Charmlan eyes returned to the fire with an urn homable expression Sot it is CJs Singleton she said BOftlft Yes Antoinette nodded think he is perfectly tine Charmian But he doesnt pay a particle of atfentlon to me And I am positively tongued tied when 1 try to talk to him Do- youfcel that way Charmlan smiled Inscrutably Not exactly she murmured 0f course you dont Antoinette went on Youre not commonplace andJ am not going to be any more I am going to qreate an atmosphere Otis Is Intnroctorit In occult thh1 and theres thatj crystal ball that father broughtrf rom India She rose crossed to ntablennd brought back the Itranslucent sphere which gave out opal flashes as lit cauglit the autumn sunlight Father says the queer men over there used to gaze inl ltrAntoinette ex plained and tell what had been and what would be Howstrmfge said Charmlan han dUng curiously I am going to fitUp the den An toinette recited as she flung herseif pnce more among the Cushions with dark mysterious hangings with n dado of peacock feathers and a bust of Pal las over the door and a black cat on the hearth and Im going to dress my self in a smoke colored gown with a snake bracelet and Im going to put the crystal ball in the middle of my teakwood table and tell fortunes And after awhile everybody will say How interesting and then I wont feel so insignificant and perhaps Otis will come unlnowi Charmlan whats the matter fFor the btherVlri was laughing un controllably tOh you funny child she gasped ults not a laughing matter An toinette reproved her She reached over and toQk thC crystal ball rom her friend and gazed Into it It shows me a great singer crowned with lau rels she sal L Charmtan snatched theblillfrom- herDontt shi cried dont prophe sy fame for met Tell me of a future of love and marriage and home Ive been so lonely nil my life The young glrl laid her cheek against that Pf her friend ABut you know I love hcr Cimrrnlart she thud You irectous child was the grate ful response and niter that there whs n long silence Then oincttep1hl But lmgo liig to fix up the den and Im going to Invite OtIs SlngHtoy Better invite Dickie cbnnu Inn urged 4 I shill never lucite Dickie again Antoinette stated He always asks me jo r11Itn AntI ire ypu Sure you dont love hImuiel1 toe older girls gaze was cgmpelling Well Antoluettb hqsitntedI do like DJckk cUarmlan but when T think what a commonplace couple we would make OUlllchtCparmtan thd yourlnl1ttf 1 rnnd brightness pre not fpr such men ns Otis Slngletou JWhy not 0tls needs a woman who has suf fered as he hIs suffered Ho has bad a hard life nnd a lonelyl ODea lifelike mine Autplaettc Sue caught herself up quickly and glanced at her friend t But Antoinette was absorbed In her plans Anyhow Im going to invite him and read his fortune in tire crystal ball Who Jlinpws but he will flnd fate room todresg And she hew up to hqr hisjl All the week that followed Antol nett Wits busy transforming the den into an abode of Tjlack art Charmian watching somewhat wistfully made invaluable suggestions II shall never fit into it as you Antoinette said one morulug despairingly MIm ted chubby Miate 1tlln word Chanrfhtn but it fits me And it fits Dickie Bcverldgd Jle pro posed again mat night nnd be looked IIkti little fal Cupid oh aear And she smiled ruefully Alarry hlrf w Charmlans prompt jnugjrestion awl dont think any more f OtlaSlccloton ii BLOODWe live by our Wood and on it Wetnriveorstarveasour btoodk rich of poor Ther Js nothing else to live on or by When strength is full and spirits high we are being re freshedHbone muscle and brain in body and mindwith contjfluilI flow of rich blood This is iealth When weak in low spirits no cheer njo spring when rest is not rest and sleep is not sleep we are Starved our blood js poor there is little nutriment in it Back of the blood is food to keep the blood rich When it fails take f SCOTTS EMULSION It sets the whole body going I againman woman and child Send this cattogether with BaJBeI efpapcrinwhkititappcars your address and four cents ko cover postage and we win send jou CIeteIIaafy Atto of the World con OWl 409 Pearl St New Yode = But Otis Is so fine tuna spienutcr Antoinette protested Yes he Is fine and splendid Clrr RIan repeated and something u It r inei made Antoinette stare 0b my goodness she said to bc self later as she fed the black cat c the hearth to get her accustomed tvher new environment Goodness Jpcame ncnr making nn awful mistake And after nil I simply couldnt live without Dickie So she sent for him that very after noon and he tamc beaming Do you really mean what you said over the telephone he demanded AntohttktettAntoinettet lit tie goose Dickie she said briefly as she let him hold the tips of her fin gersOland now I want to talk about Charmlan Two jheads being better than one Antoinette emerged from the Interview radiant Your brains arent chubby If your body Is was the praise aLe bestowed upon Dickie and I never should baY thought of that way of bringing ther together uiIe loves her desperately Diet said but he thinks she Is wedded her career He told me once thn a wouldnt dire risk such a wonwn to share ills moderate Income And she Is longlpg to share rnly of course n womonas to wait urtil n man asks her Oh vellaIl Antol nette smiled on her chubby squire ecstatically oh well Dlckip we shall see what we shall sod Two nlshit Itor Otis Singleton com- Ing Into tire transform den with an auiusod smIle urvl his ups found a small plunfn r ress in smoke colored crape1 Tith JV ornaments at her neck and on her wrists presiding over the crystal ball which was mounted on a silver dragon So this Is the new fad he said as he seated himself yAntoinette at him snldThlscrystalthat have almost made me shiver and the role of prophetess Las been forced upon me Otis threw his tread back and laugh ed heartily Antoinette you are a glo rlqtis little fraud he said but that bail Is wonderful And he reached out his band to take It But Antoinettes white hands waved him back ULct me read what it sayssbe murmured softly and you willthink It still more wonderful Otis lounged in his big chair lazily Proceed be said then teasingly Have you told Dickies fortune Antojuette nodded Dickie is to marry a plump blond pn the 14th of December and he Is tolilve happy ever after Otis sat up and stared By Jove you dont mean that youve really said Yes at last he gasped Antoinette smiled see that you recognize the small plpmp bInd she murjnured Then for a time she was silent gaz lug Into the depths of jthc crystal ball At last her voice cnmetUnUy I see u wiinah In white Blond pr brunette skeptlcally She Is neither fair nor lark went on the voice Her hair Isn crown of red gold and she is very tall At her feet is a wreath of laurel All the Indifference had left Single tons face Charmlan he breathed Now the crystal IS clouded the rknWhlteShc tramples on the laurel wreath but her haqd Is on her heart She seems tplIny I want not fame but love Otis hand came down heavily over the ball JIYou are making It up he accused ITile little ladys eyes met his steadily am not making it up You menu that It is true jAs trUe as that Dickie dud I are going to be married Otis So Seriously did she say it that Singleton stood up with a quick Jaugh of resolution Where Is sht he de manded In the Jii rnlJsnld Antoinette UButoh Otis If she should ever guess how I told our fortune She shant guess bet said Iii tell her you saw money bags and a rich widow And with that he was gone while theseeress In smoke color flew down the hall to hunt up her chubby cherub And oh Dickie she sjild aa they hook refuge In the 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