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yellow light Inthe velled sun s dreamy glamour V- fTt Sai F i They drop around my feetj r s They runand whirl arid flutter Eerywhereis their ghostly flight andthe sighing song they utter Their song is as old as Tim ej Oldas the dream of dying It bears the moan of deat11stithkLIfe and V the call of hope repyingY And theflame of their golden hue Is lit with theoldtlme fire s That shines on the somber brows of Death dfawing the souls desire + isrv FiThis isthe fall thesigh 4Telllug44 iq t1r fiefpless strange surrender This is the flight the song Thisis the autumns story TheifFo tadtheflarneakithe flick e9ng flr hopei that points to an unknown ilor j t Youths Companion t l l YME ATHyThe Atouch ot pjjsorrow ithat makes the world akin is so fteny s ted upon humanity in one phase or another that we wonder why it is so that one must wait for some terrible affliction sickness jdeath disgraice calamity tri befall us to know the depths of sympathy in the hearts of those whom We meet every dav Why should we W4 hoW the kindly smile and word of kindness to dur frllowman whois struggling with the burdens thatlimp as a millsttne aroundhis neck Why are not kindly hands stretched out to sharie the burden or lighten the load of care that be is bearing ujjcomplainingly and alone The word of encouragement p rhaps to point out the r9ughpacetin the road he is traveling will save him falling When ta man or woman has chosen the wrong path and has ra len by the wayside humanity iv dEs itself into three classes the stogie throwers the indiffer ant jan f tbe Good Sajmaritans To the stone throwers Jesus once said Let him that is with tonelJaUdlthet there may not be much of cbVd to be found in them and stilll less of gcpd The man or woman who caft go to a ftuman being in sorrow whose heart is crushed and oteeding and speak a wrd oi comfort and consolation will be rewarded by Him who notes the sparrows falk It visitingi jin cuiwWhile ago atten tiqn was called to the ringing oi a bell ate ghk o clock in tbeeive ning SimuUaneous with the ringingi Of the bell dozens of children Who had been playing Un the street scurried to their respective homes Then a policeman sedately marched Vlong the street to note anyde linquent loiterer Upon inquiry is to what it all meant it was explained that the curfew law waS strictly enforced in that city The curfew law fsja very simple one but effective In keeping children under the age of sixteei y als ofttbe street after eight oclock atnight This is obviously tue duty of the parent or j guardian Bua unfortunately soms parents do not realize their juty to their biIclrenin protect ing then from evil associations oy keeping theui at home and providing proper amusements tnd occupations Jt iis a sad commentary upon the home Tile when civic authority must be in yOked in the control of the chil ttmTbe boy orTgirl that flhd the street wore alluring than lioine is to lbe pitied Somethintr a wrongi Is it the Barents Is tt the child or is4t both Does Springfield need a curfew IKW T ke a census of the 1ii rhomes and inquire where tbe t children pend the greater part Qjtbeeeuings Dp we need aii OprleWi or do the children 4 CTe tareful parents DUCA1MoNALKentuc1y is at last waking up toe the fact that she must bOup ana do t ing in an edocaiional way atd shake gft the lethargy of self satisfactiotfwith her educationali l status Whbh if understood is je not g1ito brinK the blush of sfiame to every jbhinking citize within her 6ord0rs The defect understood by a host of earn IJ8 educated men and wonien are giving their time and talents in an endeavor to arouse the stayathome element ofjcitji zen who if be realizes theder Ifect feels powerJess to remedy at V behalf of the causeof jedur rIn in Kentucky ttiis Veek been set aside for earnest work in its cause and speakers who are conversant with the deplorable defects of the cool system will visit every couiiiy and make ah earnest appeal to theiFlsupportandi the schools No better manhood and brain exitsthanin KeucLiy but the handicap of insufficient educaf tionj or none aballis condition that has mitigated against the advancement of the population and theState taking her proper place in the contest of iptates for superiority Better school houses better equipment higher standard of education for tht teachers dhn j teFt and zeal in each parent and guardianj add compulsory attendance mStj exist before any material bentlit shall accrue to the xjitizensbip of the State Kodoll for dyspepsia in igetfIweak stomach sour Stomach gas on the sttimack etc is a combination of the natural dtgestlye juices jfound in ajjj healthy stomach with necessary yeRe table acids aud iis the only thing known today thatf will completely di vest all kinds o foodnnder any con dition It is gnaranteed to givb prompt relief from allY form ofstotntt ach trouble Take Kodol ltd1leeon vinced it will cure dyspepsia sold at the RcU Cross drug stqre Deathof dl Phil B Thompson Col Phil B Thompson Sr died at his houae inHardcisburg- Saturday the 28th at 3 oclock m the afternoon of inQrmitles of age He would have beep 98 years old January 8j 1909 The funeral occurejl Monday after- nOon Trprnthd GhrJstiao Church Cnl Thompson was born4 reared and resided In Harrods burg his entire life He had been a practicing attorney at the local bar and the surrounding counties for about 65 years He served in the Mexican Warb irikCaptaioUri CQ McJCees regiment undettbe command of General Zachary Taylor When the ClH Wartbrdke out C l4Tnornpoh1 though a Whig espoused the cause Of th Con federacy Iu 1861 he rjaised aJ company and was assign das e iicort to Gen Tohn C Breckeu T dge He was commissioned Colonel and served a time on tbe staff of Gen Simon Boliver Buck tier Alter the close of tIe war he returned to Hartodburg in 1865 and resumed the practiceof l wand was considered one of tie most noted criminal lavyers of this secLlonofthe State Ticklinc tight conghs catnsnrely nd quickly loosened with pTescrip tipn Druggists are dispensing every whQrea Dn Shoops Cough Remedy And I is to very very different than different thart cOmmon cough medi cines No Opium no Chloroform absolutely nothiiif harsh or unsate the tender leaves of harmless lung healing mountainous shrub gives the curatives properties to Dr Shoops Cough Remedy those leaves have fhe powerto calm the most distressing Coughand to soothe and beRt the most sensitive bronchial membrane Mothers should fpr safetys sake alone always demand rfcctfrest babes Test it yourselfjeand see Sold bv Red Cross Drug Stork i MartieJat sL MawS jj J VAt St Charles church near St MarS Wednesday morning Father Pike officiated ai thE marriage of Miss AnoleiBose Wall er to Mrt Gieorge w Pen wick Jr in the presence of a church fullof relatives and friends The bride is the attrac the daughter of Mr W A Walker of St Marysand the groom is a well to do young far erof Washjngton untvt who is Well known in ILstfanon where he was n bsjH olseverat years The dEsire 6many friends iaforthern along tied prosperous life in their Washing ton county home Letfanpn Falcon Eat all the good fooi you like Quit dieting Vpa dont have te diet to cure dyspepsia Jn fact you cannot cure dyspepsia or indigestion hat way but ratheryou must add strength to thejveak stomach by takingsome thing that will digest the food which he stpraach can not digest Kodol is the only thins known today that will do this for doliSmade of natural digestive juices found ina heaithy tomaCh and it krests allfood torn pletely Kodol is Wleasant to take ands gnaranted togive relief in any cas of stomech trouble Soldl by the Red Cross drug store MARION COUNTYS PRIMARY Deyelbpes Into a Contest Be tween the Wets and Drys Lebanon Ky Nov 281n the Democratic primary today tQ nominate candidates for county offices the wets wani over the drys by decisive majorities ini all but two instances BT Gartin weth for epf EsteSjcClrYlu J Erne t Abell bI a hacdome majority for County J dgeJor County Iwetrdefeate1bv a good majority for Jailer W Tl Madden wetl won Iagainstthe field bva small ma i The only two drys to pull through werlH S McElroy t dry aver 0 C Buldrick by a small majority for County Attor ney Tom B palding dry It for Circuit Clerk over R E Young by 4pp It was a great victory Jor the wetsJ and the large majority polled for Gartin for B presen tative seems vtp emphasize the fact that Marion county wants no extension of the unit bill Mrs IMcRaneys Experience Mrs MMcRaney Prentiss Miss writes I was confined to my bed for 3 months with kidney and bladder trouble and was treated by two phi sicians but fjtileCJ to get relief No human tongue can tell hoI suffered and J had given up hope of ever Kelt lug well until I began taking FoleyS Kidney Remedy After taking two bottles I felt like a new person and feel it my duty totellsuffcringwomfcn what Foleys Kidney Remedy did for roe Sold by Haydon Rob r sol1 Seem Almost a Miracle Young Taylor Estes aged flu teet son ofMlJue H Estes who has been deaf arid dumb since May 7th last as a result of a severe attack of acalet fever ba regained his speech and hearing At the B bitt Hosel l Satiirdayni ht Mr J TPersiey selling Dr Moores Linamenti a patent medicine applied his medicine and treated the toy for about five mihutds with the above result The application of the medicine and treatment was in the presence of Mr Estes Mr Virgil Bobbitt aed several frienJa who vouch fori That thu boy ctn now speak and hear is also a certainLy It is indeed a wondeiful cure Marion Falcon rGQY WIL SON I j i I j i PARDONS Magistrate Sin S Campbelll is Relieved fa Technac1eIj Offense baS of Justice by the Governor i =By a simply act of ulstice 00 v A E Willson last week issued a paHon forSm D Campbell a Dmberot the Washington Coun yiscal Oonrt from tjie Mack yule district The tact of the GovernorwHl meet with the approval of every citizen of the county who is acquainted with the circumstances of the case Tne folio iog dispatch from Frankfort explains the case Because hosold poplar posts to Washington1 county ev n though he received 50 lees than the market price Sam D Camp bell a magistrate in that county wap indicted by the grand jury and was about to be fined GovI Wiilson today interfered and granted a pardon to Campbell The facts in the case are pecu liar In order to construct an ap proach to ei bridge in Washing ton county jt was necessary to buy a lot of posts and the Fiscal Court considered bids One man offered to furnish the posts atl 100 Campbell a member of the court saul that price was too high and tiat 50 was enough to pay for the posts He said leI had some dn his place that heI would sell fot S50 The other magistrates asked him to sel1 theI county the jposts but Campbell iinsisted hat it was against the law for him to sell anything to the county while he was a mem her of the Fisil Court 0 Some aikornays were consulted and they said iit woud be all right for his posts to be Ought bv the codnty The dealthen was made saving the county SOl ITbe grand jury iinvestigated an returned an indictment penaltyIbeinson does not thiuk Campbell should be punished for trying to save his county moneyf so he is sued the pardon v i ngthenweaki rectly And this is true of Heart and lKidnevui The old fashioned way of dQsing the Stomach or stimulating the Heart or Kidneys la surely wronjjl Dr Shoop firfit pointed out this error Goto the weattor ailing nerves of these organs saidj he Each inside organ has lijts controlling or inside nerveij Whwn hese nerves fail then theste nerves fail then those Organs truthIsl Sh99PsRewill tell Sold by Red Cross Drug Store Unfortunate Accident 1 Chief of Police William A Brown accidentally shot himself at ithe station boube Monday af ternoon shortly af er one oclock The cylinder of bia pistol had become a little clogged and in turning Jtjthe gun was discharged and the ball passed through the muscftlar surface of the abdomen on the left side It was a closicall but Tbbile the wound is p iiiiful it is npfc thought to be dangerous and in a few wteks Uncle Billy will be out again Chief Brown has snr vived worse hurls tban thYs A number of years ago while a night policeman he was beaten up on Rat row in this city and for several days itwas not liought that he would live Charlie Risga cf color did a erm in the pen for this A few years later tie was cut on upper Majin street by Ben Buckner who madS his escape He was cut and bruised bv Larldn Pullum about three years ago near the QuestionHow sllionmeans He knows wnat a long list of distressing com J plaints result from constipation He knows that headaches generalDebilItyi We wish you would talk With yoiur own doctor about this subject Ask him at the sMy timejf be approves of Ayer s Pills DaaYhesays Lr y 0 r rfT tillr a Ire r of the oiahouse building d A few nionths back a narrow escape from deathat the Spalding avenue crossitijg of the L N railroad when he was struck sll4idfor the wounds Marion Falcon A Perspial Appeal If we could alk to you personally about the great merit of Foleys Honey and Tar for ctfughe col4a and lung trouble you never conldbe inJ duced to experiment with unknown preparations that may ontain some harmful drugssFoJeys H6riey apd Thr costs you no more and has a rec ord of fqriy years orcures Soldby Haydon Robertson PRIMARYRESUiLIShe select candidates to contest for the county offices which wilJ be filled next November was held last Saturday and passed off quietly For several mouths now the candidates for pevetfal of the nominations there being no contest in some have been hand shaking and button hoing their friends the voters and bstfOtetry This has been especially true for the last weak as the candidates have been workin hard The political rophets had predicted some close races but this did not prove to be the case as each sucoessful candidate won by a sate majorityl r Thei action of the Democratic committee several weeks ago and the reaultof the primary Saturday now gives the Democrats a full ticket for the election next fall The vote Saturday was as follows Fred rickt wn For Sheriff Anderson 153 Kmball 39 AAQL or Mitchell 64 WJlett 122 Jailer Catlett 154 Riley 23 Mooresville Anderson 99 Kimball 57 Mitchell 103 Willett 41 Catlett 96 Riley 48 Willisburg Anderson 71 Kimball 22 Mitchell 44 Willett 44 Catlett 41 Riley 49 North Anderson 27 Kimball 59j Mitchell 42 Willett 42 Cat lett 31 Riley 46 Hendreu Anderson 40 Kim ball 43 Mitchell 22 Willett 59 Catlett 59 Rilej 23 Mackyiile Anderson 76 Kim ball 89 Mitchell 97 Willetj 55 Catlett 1 29 Rile vz 24 Pottaville Anderson 89 KIm- ball 53 Mitchell 76 Willett 46 Catlett 113 Rfey 18 v Springfield No 8 Anderson 60 Kimball 69 Mitchell 80 Willett 4Q Catle 10 Riley 16 Springfield No9 Anderson 106 Kinball 51 Miteheli 127 Willett 29 Catlett 152 Riley 8 Springfielcl No 10 Anderson 90 Kimball 60 Mitche Jl 80 Wil lett 55 Catlett 130 Rilfiy 16 Kelley Shop Anderson 53j Kimball 49 Mitobell 48 Willett 50 Catjett 83 Rfley 10 Brush Grovo Auderson 30 Kimball 21 Mitchell 23 Willett 26TCatlette23 Riley 23 fAndersons majority 282 Mitjchells majority 197 I Catletts majority 822 l Iore people are taking Foleys Kidney Remedy every year It i consid- erd to be the moat effective remedy for kidney and bladder troubles that medical science can devise Folevs Kidney Remedy corrects irregular ties builds op worn out tissues and restores lost vitality It will make feel well and look well Sold by Haydpn 4 Robertson Rather Amblgxjout When Wcbcr ond Fields were play together a couple of husky west ling Y4slt0w seeing York for the time droppoa into tbo Weber bold Museum 6f Drama to pee the showIIIJWbIcU Is Weber and which is Fields asked ne who forgot what a programme was for Domed if I know replied the oth er put whichever Js which td rath er be the other ierBohemIan Mag aside MidthAcceri I benrYoCnrn fecejvlng attentlonf from an actor Yes anil I think be wonldrpropp tIt I could rig URja spot Ilgktll tit parQr and sort otnrrnrigethe torn little slowiuusIclCnnsEmty Journal c WrrrwtEffect Mr Hoyrd n sm ltIIt 1vqt1iI what forced NiagaraUas M zTtk4much MiirTelpugl Do jo kn- rwrirst i It for t1l1l IMIf t thiaLtSec 1 SUCCESSfUl i x OPENIli 4 C Jfc Jr I rhWashintonCOUntyLOOI J j iSatiifactoicjr to Every body Prices High The Washington County Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehoaa Com pany belaits first sales llast Saturday with surprising sac ce ss M rethn35OOO pouadft of tooacco were sold at tr ver ageof 18 c nts per pouaLtTbe protHAmerican Tobacco Cdoapamy J AJ Hutchinson representing he- R A Patterson Tobacco G m pany of Richmond Va anGq R Backmore representUf 5 Je Reynolds TobacccCompa- pany of WinstonSalem NC- Nearly very prompeat row erin Washington county fra In attendance Manager Abram Sydnbri of the warehouse Ijeom pany says that the Dropectsare bright fqr xexeeedintiy8tie market at this point Tne bidding on the tobacco was spir tedandtbe prices ir some cases especially forth inferior grades really aatoniih ingly h igh tobacco which Yr al years ago would have soW for 8 to 4 cents p v poundbrfo giBf from 12 to 18 cents ThJhighest pticeswere realized by Mr J 1 Qagan all grades of wkqtf tubacco sold nigh the t6p prfce biing 20 cents The next sale wiirbe Batvrday thor irg at 11 eclpck WhitSexpected that 75000 povnis Of tobacco will be oir the market Hoarse cough and stycsl4s thwt may develop into Pi3SW0I2 evwr night are fcUickly cured by T 4cys Honey and Tar as ItaootheikllaMfd membranes htals the Iwgs aid expels the cold from the syatcm Sold by Haydoa it R bert OB A HONGKON TYnKXM D99ff end WiiMkws SnwUiM In ly thFuryftkSa k Boom Boom BOOI dhe ifpirt had changed totH e hnjai Me greenred and the tkree AjMoMit bombs were the waraiag Wblhoon was upoa nc Ne tbhurry the servaBta sow eraij e was only too anxioas te uwieC Tk wind was tearing roud the keaee seemingly in all directloM bat ttxtrng est from the nortbais4th HIM it k was louder than thundfer Owe sI side rpom more exposed tkaa the rett seemed to be its especial twtt We stayed there for amomeat to JMIa le the racing of the storin bat ere stoutesttea4 could nOt Iettt tkat pandcmonluni of onDCLU was well shuttered and barred bat K was Ia credible that it stood la that terM4e of wind The doors creaked art groaned with the strata aM tHtwJa dows clattered with a skrttler lwe i while outside it seemed as tkevffk All the winds of all Ute ifes wee let loose ford slruc QLlBtJte c p4er of the bonse thowgk the BoiW WM less one could feel tke btMlBg Ticking on its foundations asA karfij dared speculate how BIcktH Uriel heavy rains bad weakened tkem Xt cry moment we expected tke rest would gp Crash The upper pert st am JMeIi glass door had blowS la These WM a stampedfe for that part ef tke ktaet for the wind mmst be ketHt at aM foam Sofa cvsklOM Bkeete blstfrom the bed aU were npiiiUit to stuff the broke passe 1feW hardly finished bee e IMM WM a tei rifle Jiolse la tke kMeaiiat aM- a i ei sffqutirigto Ckiaeee tMt e e eepU hear the bbys alfeTe 44e it eC fa storm It was tfce 4ooc Itt eeeki room which ItH beret Ms khifii aa bolts and caet tlw iwl M d entry ft made Ute nest W ta ptir tunlty TwentyseTea P4MS e clattered to the fraud ia the basif went before tkey ceaM ftt tM doer wedged back into place wkk neajt difficulty But tiere WM little uitp think of the senraats for we aad our own troubles apHtaki The wind s ddealy veered reaM aex tU the full force senaed e ke eeakiae from the southwest and the ireat ef the house beg ate1eel It MrJftall door wds straipbaf ea Ms bisiN aad we had to Improvtee serats aad pile heavy furniture beklad ft te aelp Its resistance to the wiad Tkea a riaei upstairs for a tkreeaB wa4ewkad crushed la ana tke deer wacatraeaeaf r Every awqieat the wtad waa kicrtae lag in fury the reef keii Tit tween 3 aM 4 tH typ1O pSs aIts height aad It le IMrtb le de scribe the aeaee of kilfriMaiMi efc feels la suck a wild MfiHt f MH H ments Sleep was eat ettta ejaeedtoa until the wish akated 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P 5t iE UDAVISON jr t f SirD L DBb ll tfH t w L iK Utij cefor eeIectoft the oAce J OToJi iif 1 r ci1thkcLrKie tJv t W J j iDM eW PC p f rtrtheCCotmtjr Clerk subject tothe p of tte Pepocrattc 3tT tI9 i iIf t uthiwIis4 to osce i MtcalM1kate for erIff fJI IRgt doaaty subject to the fIiI ofrth Ptaa iJLttc prty I G=ke1 r JoAaeqsc w T ICHWL a Uditlate for 1 A uU af W eiultj the ctI of the DeocraUc P O Peuty iec f f 1 i00j lhT been GoII IWMH jlbt dk tt ke WMi f kinckyI f sp bvabi n ttieJDriiq twelve IDOItib ptt JIOW io jnIw- hrnjda4c ioiwiUsgain kzst It I Mid that the r ltIn asA out siMsocio aredkrmindW- V rJJ lotl WJMDeu fwt1 IikIysccsmd In t doa perlecf jn Wiicn Kibioky are EAi Mflff HOjf K91 f aIVbM M rRr fia rising r fji fPt Bll ff and the JTvitiaass lear nothing can avs dIiioii flocL Tiii l v tI LiYettkoor of vthe i L Bed Permit aitf G yrnmeht cOD ld i st ied oho arid thej i4i JiIi aohlgh that the u1ltI Poid lOtbSt buti1ptoopmr j i I J =biUv William Me IiP J lt btlI w t fHo1 a I Va UdbaldMo c12fI J n 1h JatTtt TtJi2un I JrI rn1T o Mr MeKaltyi pI 8 Ert 1 IrCriDb if reI it r wttld not cpr v r f r 4Iimau fir a re I 1 A NClra jooji crops af burley i airr iMri Mii ii theO peih cc0 t LexIngton on Monday fei BQ centabroUIIfl Jt4 waii grown i n o 4 t tQrv4 LM4ioIL cuJlti 1 tL I1 ri aat 1 Ttit years ofproof Ij Pfcceyfer Jrthe ir r tor cI ale i dc lb J g jHtjrs tfVTi t rIISl7pO PaauiaMe The w rld f had tMrlyegkt yeara of proot Diieoverf1 tJe I 1 I1ij ihi aed collhay Linjj breciiti itTIlLge l t 8t sii I MIYM ofCftWCo1pt Ittie- F aLw4yIi pr vttat1e deV6lop d sIliZ ew d r r iatiyafQrtea t t ti IJ t rIaLbrn M fr 1tr y r U i t t I H iv fla 8 speat V ct tiJ i1 ThanksI t wi N adMrm Jt 1 Qltrne Ju Ma J 8maj 41L Mon Itl ele a Vilter kmof ovlll Bi Ma Btp4 and on anight av the tJIit 3 Mrs K F ijirar has return WiK ailir a jo oihmviitt 0 rtt liiM aAber aikl relatlyea ori 2 iJl v + f t 1vUi ln f wr isbar4Mr looS1mson Q iffJt r bv l1 J Hajaariob c ofor Jt20cent rJ f i lie iMl Mrs FjedCeath JA r aih a8daywitU r Mn AxtkriMoore I Z f hNi if tuEt rrbi1tIJIIII IJ i lattf Jelvi4iv g4 IIm of lrIIdl rJ TiJ 8Iladgaiir T4a1 k J tvsay all acMe 1e NtjIto RUL t M7 F 41tffi 111 DsWitt S sl 1 i t11 Ai1a ISI k I r2 dl I h PrathsCreek w i Kr OqE GhrltKwn aiid Mrs 8idRlIMnre tliil rf HormnjUe5yd TKr tJind Mrs feaiienMr acd Urn Sam Mayes Mr and Mrs G H Cnristessou were 1 ii ik of Abe family of Mr a1MlMIi O B Shewmakef Wed aeadty Mn Ke Mayea and two chil h d ierniaf MckyiJle hvMitiMat jykijres of this place a ndjfjjfihSJI tfpje Dunsemore of ni r Bnida Boyle QoM were in rtl d Vn Danville last Wednes 1isasQn of Mr hGTprosperI fou lafiaaef Inda highly respect eil you C sian JBis bride la one oBoyle Countys most cbarm tng young ladies Sbeis a dauehter of Mr and Mrs Kelse Dunsmore The newly married couple spent Thanksgivir with The brides parents and returned id the home Qf the grooms par rtitk Friday They have not yet decided where they will locate The writer extends ci i5gratu Jaifon1 to the newly married longfaapPYmarriedlifel parity ever be theirs De Witts Carbplled Witch Hazel Salve has many imitators There if pne original and the name DeWitt iis oa every box Best salve for scratch s and hurts It is especially good for piles sola at the Hed Cross drugstore Hwdins Chapel Tbe marriage of Miss Annie Walker to Mr George Pen wick ofl this place occured in Saint churcoWedatpJlb nuptial mass Miss Siabel Thompson and Mr At phonso Walker brother of the bridweretheir attendants The wedding march was played y Miss Delorus Elder ofrthat place JLmmediatelv after the cere mdnyj the happy couple took the 740 train for Louisville fora short bridal trip and returned to parentsSattrdavatnoon and relatives bad assembled tol partake of a sumptuous dinner The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs W A Walker and is one of St Marys mostattriCtive younf ladies The groom is a son of Mr and Mrs G WFer wick and is one of Washington coantyff most prosperous young farpaefs daughterattleand spentFridayUEnwm Mr M Br Haidin was serious lyt injured Saturday aftof non Vghile walking in the loft of his barnl in some mysterious way he fell froa tfie loft tg the first floor of the barn dsjocatjng his xahonlder and bruising himself considerably Be suffered in tensely until a physician arrived atid reset the dislocated joint EJe iriowdoing nicely atendedtBeI htI spent Frt 31 nSbt with her cousin Miss Hattie Logsdon i spentMondayAlfred Wniterqan Mr and Mfs Stanley Fen Tvick spent Sa urday audSuuday wilBG W Fenwick nd family Mr Charlie Ha don Speot HaydoandMr and Mrs HowarTl Master and grand laughter Anniei HAIIII Masters spent Sunday with AutinCiarkand family Mr end Mrs Gorge Fenwick re the guests of the Jailers parents Mr and Mrs W A Walker at St Mary s this week frornthJrpIacideJivred marKet ritlMNanme Fenwick FqleYsOrinoLaxuiY cures chronic coi tipatiott nd stimulates tho Jii er Orlao regulates the bowels p they willaot naturally and you Jo not b ve tbtake purgative continuously Sqld by HaydonR6beiUon Ahtio h f ilvt Mrs Nancy E Wi jam and son Paniel have r ftiirued Crimi GincinnatiO They to ill make t hisir future home near here Mri X D Sheilds arid three visitjtdtbeaDd family Satui da r lOWe arevery anxious tlohear of ourKirKland correspondent vtKitedfrj4atatNrloon HIM E sie Madd IX iiad dining Gravipenfc Friday at the home of Mrs D D Wtlls traded1ckhqrse for a two little blgck muteR 11tMdI SoonWOderrlt la r port that there aie ihu1liGo 4 j Dowta OutCubVLeld E1I BigS4urdiy yet heard who received the mo t votes but we think they all got e nwhbcoa t Key EL i plmstead deliver d a very interesting sermon en Thanksgivinday DrWShoops i Heath CoSeels created from pureparched grains malt nuts etcno real toffee in 4t Fine in l1 v r1simade ina minute No 2 or 30 minuses tedipus boiling gample Free Sold by McElrOy k Shadar j A TRIFLE SURPRISE t Came With a Pleasant Ontingi In a 11t New Auto Car A weH known author who for some years has been an ntbuslastlq ud mlrer of the automobile had ah amus Ing experience which she describes i the Bohemian A new model al attracted tier attention she de theIstaudlugluuoI came down the steps und approached the machine SI Isnt It stunning be sdld I agreed enthusiastically and added that the machine was tantalizing me as I did so long to take a pin that my cbauffeut was ill ad t tlwnsI afraid to run my car through the city 9sb3I will take jcu he saUl r havent anything ttudo this afternoon Where shall wo gcisv We got In ani I suggested ConeyiTo make a IOUT tory shpet illghtf hii ride = us an appetite We stopped for df iur and then weSt out to Sea Gate 11ltall upon friends As Ve were en lug the bridge on our way home t about 11 oclock my friend Inqu d At what garage do you keep t r machine At the qv tlon a terrible possibility dawned u me and with tbe re membranc of a certain junfamlllnrlfy that behJ displayed at the lirst In regard to rtie running of the car the situation came Instantly clear He had thoucst that the umchlne was mine am tl bad been equally secure Ihi the beluf that It was his In other- wordst had calmly gone off withl some one i5sea property You in imagine our feelings We felt confut that we would be ar rested on ca why uptown We rolled up to tL hotel Inwardly quaking After mu i inquiry and explaining we found fie Indisnriit owners For jtunately lhx know me sllgjitly and had a well de ped seiiHe of humor in spite of a r ither forbidding expres sion as we rst faced him with our unfortunate ory I think be believed us His parting remarlc bbwever was rather puzzling although be said It with evident coiiMnllty- Wbenevjer you ii like to use the ma chine again Just let me know A SURPRISEDcAtG- autier Pet and Its Experien With a Parrot Of all cat stories the best is one told by Theophile Gautler tlie French nov elist He kept many cats the favor iite being Mitdame Theophile and she was his cpnstant companion by day and night One day a friend wbp was going nwny a short time broughit Gautler A parrot to be taken care of during his absence The bird finding Itself In a strange place climbed nfc to the top of Its perch in a fothe frightened manner Madame Tbeophlie had never seen a parrot before and regarded the creature with manifest surprise After a period spent In profoundl medItation summoning up allttbeno tlous of natural history she bad picked lip In the yard the itnrrden and on the roof she plainly came to the coiiclu sloiflbit the newcomer was a green cbkwi This result attained the next proceeding of Madame Tbeojiblle WItS to liLy berself flat on the floor like preyfineruffled Its feathers and rattled Ito chain uneasily Then Madonna Tbeo pblle came creeping nearer tier nosc iqulvcrlu tier eyes bnjf closed vbfk slight thrills of iileasuri nui yloiiR her bncklioiit at tthe Idfti oftbot meal sbtv is about to make Anofher moment and she sprang upon the luorcUtTbo parrot Instantly stnilsbtenedup and said In a deep bass voice Have you breakfasted Jacko This utterance so terrified the cat that she sprang backward All her prnltbpfoglcal Ideas were overthrown Anti on what Continued the par rot gravely On sirloin The cat C18tl plame nt her master as If to Rny4Thi Is not nblnL It Is a gentleman I talks And then she promptly ill herself under tbe bed und fnimtlmiI refuse she could net IC Jwlucetl to stir during vlu diiyt tiijuls GlobtDemocrat GAMBLING SYSTEMS t Vastlytbling followed by various players Tlbelr name b lepn some plausible s6me rldbulons some based OK elabr prate calculations some giving won derful results on paper and all failing woefully nt the tables After fifteen years of experlence t M6nte Carlo writes a newspaper cor respondent costing a sum I should be ashalncd to name after a thorough in vestijiiJon of more tbdn 400 different systems and progressions alter bay lug employed n mathematician I can say with certainty that it Is absolutely impossible for any system to Win nt ifonte CurIo Sir Hlrani Maxim Is wrong when he saysthe chances are ten to ope npihist the player I say they are n hundred tfroue against the player itThin U rUbpr an overstatement for a feivplnyers do win by luck not by systoii or iiy n svptenv Imscd on luck as vrjon a man hacks the number of his hotel room or a twonian backs age ftIJr8tCr 3perceut ot the players win occKyloually and the rest lose not tiiily liefause of thebanks eixentage and the resthilujnjf xi muiii but becane tills ii struggle manft wIth neneg and nit umotlona Let the rslcni be ever so iCCtt the gtiirt bIer wltli8trenrthof will foliooft has not yet been rn1C hi hId such strength of will he would not lbje a irambler Cleveland Moffett lu Sue cess Maea r Adages 0f Morocco i4In an article vnthe people of Moroc a writer lu Paris Figaro says TIlt have some queer adages and some thai closely resemble ours Thus they lay The camel cannot see Its bump bin plainly sees the oneof it neighbor He who ildepends on neighbor will go to jell huugryAwlse enemy is better than a stupid friend Cross the rushing stream but beware of the quiet noiseless one In this world there are tbfree things not to be trust edluck women and hors SMount Ipg a horse loosing the hunting dogsI and hearing earrings rattle drive dull tare away IA Heavy Load Pop flocking up froth the paper J see theres a new baby hippopotamus it the zoo What are you laughing at Johnnie Johnnie who is almostas orlgbtas betooksI was jus ijiugbln to think of the stork carryln a hip perpotdmus Cleveland Plalp Dealer oi Compensation Spe4kln of de law of compensation laid Uticle Eben au automobile go tester idari a mule but at de strut Umerltjhlts harder an balks longer Wnabli4gfoh Star Ever one knows best when his wn shoefplnithesOerman Prvmrb xhe type of agriculture followed on a good many farms might be greatly Improved with increased prolits accru inS to both landlord and tenant if the lease on wlRh the farm was rent ed were for live or more years linstead ofoneas U too often tho cnse The one year rontor naturally feels that he cannot afford tfoput in a lot of hard work on the farmone season when a large per cent of the benefit resulting cannot be realized until the following year Likewise the landlord justifies himself in doing as little as be is required to under ibe orms of the lease when lie knows that his tenant intends to remain but a year and is bent on skinning tbe land to the limit and would not be In a mood to appreciate improvements the benefit from which would extend over a period of more than one year It Is therefore plain to be seen that the long term lease Is best for the tenant best for the land lord and far and away the best thing for the farm in which each has a mu thai financial Interest Sttftttng In a small way but a few t years ago the cement Industry of the country hag grown until last year the output of the product was 50000000 barrels The scarcity of lumber in the next few years Is sure to result in an enormous increase over these figures Some one has said that tbe mixing of cement requires but little more brains than the mixing of mud pies This Is likely overdrawn but It iiever theless points to tbe tact that the process Is not a dltlicult one and that my one who Is of an enterprising turn of mind and bagthc proper directions can make many of the cemeutlin- provements about his pldce For one who wishes to Study the subject as well as secure practical suggestions for doing different kinds of cement work farmers bulletIn No 235 is sued bytthe agricultural department at Washington will be found helpful Tbls takes up the questions of mate rials tools and mixing and given def Itrlto direct Inn for making epncrelo wiles and fnundiitiotiH well as ce iinIIt noifr Glowingijeat From Every Ounce ofFueli When the mercury drops out of sight antI you just c nt keep the house warnCyoutt find it wonderfully convenient to use PERFECTION Oil HeaterE mfpped wltli ffMMkcteM Dcvlct fzLItII Its very light cirry it aiutrkelt lilY eeU room Turn the wick huh er llewJtt s linger =no smokeR smell Ealy cars for ami lives nine hours elf cozy corniest at oneldJlng el r brass onti Finished jl aickelan4 jepsa Every healer warranted r TheYILamwi1i 11c1e ttht k long winier eeiiiagi cearalWMnt LimpM jHIrSTANDARD OIL COMPANY Iaceiperattttd JI 4 e rA1ij on GA FETRIGG REGISTER flOCKFORaiAll SOLICITED CopjrrfchV by XL TrlCl Thusmutter must nOt be reprinted without special permission PAPER FROM CORNSTALKS Following closiy on the publication of many articles ofJate pointing outt the rapid disappearance of timber sup plies suitable for tbe manufacture otJr print paper comes an announcement I UnltedStatesldington that a process has been discov ered whereby the cornstalks which are at present Vested at the rate of millions of tons annually may be con verted into an excellent quality of paper The first pracUcable samples of the new cornstalk paper0 have been manufactured by Dr Bristol chief chemist of tie department and his as sistants The experiments have been carried to the point of making fire shades of lpaiJfer One grade is dark Jgrayand almost as tough as sheepskin The white is made from the hard put side shell of the stalk and the yellow rade from the pith The latter have n much longer fiber nod resemble the aperlmade from Hnon rugs pr cottonf delng soft and pliable The unnufactKrlng the new kind of paper Jis said to be much simpler tfian that Involved in reducing wood pulp to per the stalks needing but two or- ttn ree hours cooking while wood pulp iirds cooking four or five times as Irug The experimenters dlcttbat vhen1 the manufacture of the neii timid of paper Is started on a large r die it will be at least per cent cheaper than the paper at present tuide from wood pulp 1A PRACTICAL CAMPAIGN The Audubon Society of America whose members are intensely interest ed in the protection of bird life has decided on a plan of campaign for the fqtur differing radically from that follgwed in the past Heretofore the appeals of the society for assistance in the goodwork which they are trying to do have been largely on the ba sis of sentlment humanltarhin and aesthetic resonsraqier than on that expressed In terms of dollars andl cents The campaign which the so ciety has laid out has in view setting before the farmer orchardist railroad and business man the enormous an nual financial loss sustained through insect damage rendered yearly more threatening aa a result ot the rutljless destruction of bird life Last year according to figures compiled by tie so ciety the money loss to th Varlqnx Interests of the country as a result ofl InSect damage aggregated 800000000 In connection with these figures they cite the fact that the federal govern ment d les out the pitifully paltry sum of 02000 to investigate and educate the people on this all Important topic The Audubon eoclety has struck the right gait in getting onto the basis of the cash loss to business Interests as a compelling motive in bird protection and it goes without saying that it will puest31taSAN IMPROVED VARIETY OF OATS A number of farmers in the oats belfl report exceptionally good results inJ both yield and weight per bushel with I a new variety of oats the Regenerated Swedish Select introduced two or three years ago by a firm ot English seedsmen and exhibited at a number of state fairs during the past summer i The variety of pats in question lis short kernel ed remarkably plump and full as to berry and has been known to yield as high as 100 bushels to the acre andto weigh as heavy as fifty pounds to tbe bushel Excellent char acteristics of tie new variety ore that It is early maturing stiff and strong lit straw and virtually rustproof The seed comes high from 2 to 3 a bushi el but the Increased yield and quality which It guarantee would seem to jus tify the purchase of enough seed for a good sized breeding plot In a great majority of cases where tbe new va riety has been raised there has been an Increase In yield of 25 per cent or better A WORD ABOUT OLEOMARGARINE Federal laws lately passed wisely place restriction on the sale foleo margarine as a counterfeit ofvdalry julIet This Is just common decency and honesty If should not be palmed dalryproductOnl say In behalf of the manufacturers and retailers of oleomargarine that when It sails under Its own colors and is sold honestly for what It s largely beef tatno serious objection can be urged against It as if is a clean and r bole some food product For a large din of people who this year find them selves in straitened financial circum stances oleomargarine will doubdess be extensively used ns a substitute for tht genuIne dairy product which is thus early in the season retailing for bet tar than 30 cents per hound ned con ilderlug the high price of feed may bf sloee to 40 cents before spring TIJC law will uphold ono in trimming time overhanging limbs from trees growing just over the line on a neigh bors premises but It does not give one time right to cut the trees down or girdle them so that they will die 4 Au interesting fact in connection with frog UteJs that If frogs are caught and put In boxes after they bate sought their winter uldlug places they will live for montbd without any thing to eat while It caught two or three week beor the limp men tloded they will starve todeath The chief objection to be urged against the tan setting of fruit trees and shrubs seems toMIe In the fact that when done at this time of year there Is greater likelihood that the root system will tend to dry oat and for this reason be teem able to wIth 1Ilag the winter isonthi la the interior of Africa grows a tree from wbich a goo quality ef bttee is produced It rMfembt the American oak and tit fruit frnn aJ v wr- =wmcn sue outset is derived resembles the olivei One Eagllsh traveler qf producedfromma4e in England from cowVmllk Official statistics Issued by the Japa mesa government report the rice crop aJceedlngover 18 per cent The preseat years crop totals 272850000 bushels and IsI valued at 880000000 This nfeaui Utilebrownhis cereal mnlnstaY1 tasthenear the Cape of Good Hope in tie Azores as well as In Sumatra Al geria and China The tree is of small jze and It Is from Its berries that the oil is extracted from which the tallow is made The berries are gath ered In November and December after the trees have fallen The 25Q egg hen Is clearly a perver slon of the purpose of Dame Nature who doubtless Originally intended that old Biddy should lay just about enough eggs to perpetuate her kInL Yet this tnnd1r d is one that1 the eow Ipererteds ppultryman may work to will use the trap nest se lecti as breeders only those tens which make the best showing and use intelli gence in the care and feed which he gives bis flock A notewOrthy fact which came un dot the notice of an Iowa farmer who recently traveled some 200 miles ir Wisconsin was that be did not notice a single field of corn In his trip whIr bad not been cutup for silage or Cr fodder This state of affairs t8 tract ale to the fact that the price of JVi consfn lands is such that the ownct cannot afford to follow a slipshod tyj of agriculture and to the further f that a majority of the farmers of i Istate are dairymen and utilize tbe c plant as a valuable ration for tin milk cows A fact that will be noted with muc concern by farmers living in section Where quark grass js getting at foothold Is that the pest will multiply from the seed contained in the dppar ently green grass at the time the oats are harvested Tests made atthe Iowa experiment station at Ames with quack grass seed taken from a bundle of pats showed that 8 per cent of the seed grew The discovery of the above fact while discouraging will Serve to emphasize tbe necessity of taking ad lltlphal precautions to stamp out this tvorst of weed pests A dlspatfch appearing in the dally pattern under date of Oct J8 tells of an interesting JackrabbIt drive which took place in Antelope valley near Lancaster Cal a day or two before Five hundred men women and chit dren are said to have formed a monster semicircle and driven 10000 Jacks Into a wire corral halt a mile in length and triangular in shaPe where they were dispatched with clubs in fifty seven minutes The rabbits which had been Increasing with great rapid Ity had ruined a large Port of the crops id the vicinity and the drlve was adopted as a relief measure i Quite often the success of the coun Sty farmers institute depends as larg ily upon so conducting tbe discussions as to draw out the deflrlte practlcnl experience of the farmers present or ppon having lectures upon the dlffeij authorstiesboth features but in no case the former be neglected We lzel known of Instances where men present in the audience on such occa slons who were chockfull of Just the information that was wanted on a given subject yet who bcause of bashfulneSs or modesty contributed nothing to the discussion On the oth cr hand had the officers of the institute or the director asked the right kind of questions and called upon these men personally reply the de tired bfonnatlon would have been forthcoming and in a form that all present would havebeen able to com prebend This Socratic method tho eliciting of Information by queelion and answers Is always excellent and in no place is it more effective than Ir the farmers institute A reader of thijse notes who has tad good opportunity to note the effects of clover growing on his own farm told the writer recently that hereafter he should never sow an acre of oats without adding a moderate amount of doter seed His plan might be fol lowed with profit by a good nu iy of his fellows T The real character of some toWs is asotten indicated by the attitude which they take ou trifling things as by that involved in matters of much greater consequence Many times personwou1dut tUluk of perpetrating a downright swindle oh another yet has been known to give himself dead away for less that 10 cents The prevailing hbrli prices of feed and grain render it Impenitlve thaltjbe owuerof ti dairy herd should spot the loafers and weed out without ceremony those individuals thntnre barely pay big their keep or constitute a positive source of loss It Li a farce to feed twenty Cent corp in Uicso loafers mind a still more serlouu matter tQ feed that Which ta worth cents In no way does a fellow reveal more quickly the type of a farmer he lIs than In the use which be makes of the great byproduct of the farm manure If bo is enterprising bu will get this on to the land atresh as possible so that its full fertilizing value will be real Ized whIle If he Is a sllpsbcd chat be will quite likely let It accuuiulate und permit a good sharp of Its Btrougtli to leech away as a result of rains and ex posure A definite ind effective cure and pre ventlve of bog cholera has been dis covered by specialists In animal qini eases in thr employment of the depart ment of agriculture atI Washington The treatment consists of Inoculating the hogs with virus from an iiuluat Affected with the disease which seems to render Immt ne to the disease those treated Sx effective does tthe run l8eelBt be that hopes are entertained disease which in tb0 last 1ut- lENai a loss to hoi raisers of the country of millions of dollars manually may be entity eradicated r II+ I 501030 Perfection Oil Betters for Bath Rooms orSailI Booms FooMftnncr Ior tjajs r r gies fI ott each in eluding 12 firebnk GRAifS FIRE BRICK ETC I Keep you children out of the tfire by uslnji FIRE sdREElSrS I I Sausage Grinders Usages JI IIl I All kinds of Builders Hardware j Plurrp Hot Water SteariiHeatin t IIbing LSHUTL Rl elC1 1- L iof An aching back is insta4tly relieved tyxfcv PPcatlono f Sloans Liniment s v V This linimTent takes die piacel massage ami is better than sticky plasters It pei 4 rt relieves congestion and gives permanent as well as temporary relief t H i i t 1 o s ii- u ic h ihis no tualas a remedy for Rheumatism Neuralgiaj or any Spaii or stiffness in the muscles orjpints IrIse25eoaIId1oo r Ear1 5 IoaB UsASIea heklteneaJ iAnyI i dalryHlff unprofitable und tempts bc farmer to nJlb cereal trfiductai Iu the rav state rlitbur than ii the tfnlsb ed form Pf wet pork mutton butter and cheese can oniy1 bif tltlnSlt mlBfurtuiie froiii the stanUpoiut of Jr permanent aprtleuliuw prosperity which front tIme very ne essltj of the rase depends tipvii auMntuHtieiat ixial tenance of ibe fertility of the Holl It Js likely thtnnuiiwHit disagree wlts this view but a iimlil EunTcidcrmitIi lJocrICio tuit ui thl1n yield pf cii per Jucni fur1 IL ylsJv cO1btltt tualiw iu i1mIIiolt1MiIaaGJof tvcaJjs is or lAvtiatyrseveu bushela null ujl iberous lusuiUre are ou record yberr eutevjjriilujj runuer buvc securetl r yield of tiHJiu i u to Jjjbusbdl iwtacre it yyjltbe euilrtly lu iiuco to continue Iking and vrltiuij ubouk the possibilities of ut rk uturO tm tbe TTniftwi cftrj ut 1peryield tho ttul tOrn pliiiimrtlpu wrpuf Uavu beca i4 t Uuubels wliil utoocents1 41l l3aCQ wptfld havi beea LCrW tu rllt k rulii Of the crop J The uvtfragii boltvvvife wpulil uiu prefer to bnru luj u mafle pak U hickory as sbe amy liavc dante ycj uga or as tier mother did bqta jnimany In sections where the supply ta gone baye to lao ncOar iu its stead With t411i1ttbe snOt antI dk irc tTt chief draAVbavks Tba formyv tluidte maiy lft reUucied tua mini Wilma by banjlviug tim Vtidtlital i awr lpiece befare putting It into the ioTi i and putting pn the Ire tfuly aviatl quantities nt time If tit Hwr ta tdtIn this way It will tun brlf iMjrMsf consume the soot awl a oct iMre 4K too blaqk smoke which k stably aDJ tffrefattor of sOoty pwttctM swott It te on jetb More ttaB Mt k rr to eeeIdedl saving bi M tn Mda ftko4 of stoktar wkfch MwMihl DO- tTer tit A t1Foii1 1t2S a e Back t r f A i V rates t4lHC81 iiLiniment rt iiardwooa a f m 1 i = iteeidy tbsce ebsrk4 f CIty of XiiwswkM for Boffaie a tent Jdee wttfc 27e2lOc wheat tfit hurvact trto ol s IHlJIt teem a port oe thhWane BeMa W lJito this ccientry 1IN PvSFrace are Qt partleeig utittft Wok at tiMy are eaedist aM poI te tat tko ci w tSJMckly priaW for tW UU asthi 1w Ie v rktiI it tealwayi a troMMMiitj Hi i lKIr the felteir viw AocMt axi iitisir tMfuiib oight ketj hIs hatd tit posted as to wkve te bott ptofii to know that bta faialljr ktPel1r tIeitet utNW riclt i k1- IsMfi U ljJ t i within wlHn dlaass JL very effective aIa I i its 3IIda it ti I r 17 lagos tar ixtiwr b i l- WIng f I lurroW ckat srm tenlrtsrlt to tkefmaaw TrrIciawi ilrwtet thc w ie the eaTb whlk at the wrm weAteciwxt p1k r yeoyedI Oac aaituraa wbe stai llnr are nt t iporttil out that the pcOlSetk ut afd o- IJtfrltex tWk fill MM bee wooM rtqoir 15 vatt ta 1 view of jk n W H te IB Dthat the TlttJ ellowi 1 taT ntwta eottar aocoattaMW Vb rob IMot tbiir awMt Mm is KILL = H Ij mxL LUR Q8 Dr w Dy1j IAI cMi ThROAT AfllJM1UBLE VXTUD02 0X3T 2Z7UwMD rj r t t H YY DR 6 T IDMT DIM1ISTi IWITHOUT I t n t aNk SMPRIGJiuLkL 11 ftaIJdJrr Pintdan ijJ AfJliE t Pjaciu ndkrgsi oii 8itt 9 llal pAn ONov Haydoei Dro 4or I iLUTI It ltD ISkUhI RaIc 1 aa LI V F RIGSBY lAnottNE AT LAW = IrNoRPIWD r RPIWDHYATT GIINr Red Oroiw lint 9tIN BjyUlO30toj JoIN Y1MAYES UDAL viCTO U UC ISEDEMIAlMER TtPH Na YJ9t1 TM MYIEL1 t ttofl Plice Tb Stop Wtf iinyitt br Washington and r N 4m cottaty jtrienoii b nin IlUeaaiookjn forV p1a Vo Mop to call on uswrf ayeeera1 Jj J rlsh d1 RseS kk5ht ire will let for JLpdgerg for ifcoti or IbBjr tyr at reason bk rait Bocftied QB the Nocihwest cor Deio1S7eth and liarketSts- InriiicJ Wimfatt a v t JohnEeien su Ipfioo of WahingtnI 0 t OR J Springfield hoice jlnutactuledby JWJarbo4 t Co vftpWf pay higt Mt fmarkct d price for raln If Y01 want the BsfcFLOTfR n I vask yoir grpcer for J Ftr Hurt Tired FttNiif t WWIIa J rer s t r 7onTtkt UNS nils av tlltJitW lII11i lctOII CtLIIIiI 1 lW niJHaydon Ic Rotortsoir L II t iV bPIcINtFNN ChsprThdn Wood I1 Itwn = gar Writefcr r Ia wJ fr- J DBKALB FENCE co L rMarLU t pir I n n DIseaos- j511 r7J A tir 1 alt pu1alutbAl ifu I Write iwpk EW t iTON J Letal M pye liis ef IatrsII Tks riltand LateetJ r ie AHAbsst YursiIT FHids tI I ta Foa RsiFour roow cot Itaftb iilBM4rfl4ain Swaterik bo M Apply to John TV Lewis VtflFOR SAKE A purebred pedi gree D roc Jersey sow and six piff eligible to registration Will Mil cheap if taken at once Apply to jGsL DAVISON WANTED Hustler in each county atf agent for good line of l b1lIaL afoods and painC toreUIbleIWE i Tbe Gliotoii OillCo l 0 VW4rhbeen received here dJf tb deitti 0 Dr J Q dnbs of GIPBbrb Anderson County who died Monday of heart dies ease Dr Gibbs wlIs88years of a eand was one of the lar geat land owners in Anderson QowyMr ViWGibbs is a on of Dr Gibbs James Salleet a wallknpv cttixen of Washington county didat the home of his brother Lewis Sallee at tornishville Mercer county attei anillnesspf nly foui days of pneumonia e had come to visit his brother was taken ill a few hours af t srhisand several children Mr John Jeter of Columbus Ohio formerly of Campbells Tille Ky is the new assistant Manager Cjbarles Dicketsontoo the local telephone company Mr Jeter takes the place made vacant by the promotion of Mr Rufas Foster who left last week to take the management of the Bagdad omceMr Jeters wife will joiti him here in a few days Miss L emt Epperson and Mr ThomasSowles will be married Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock t the home of the brides par nts Mr and Mrs J F Epper son east of town Miss Epper attractive w 2hqcounty Mr Bowles is a young man of excellent qualities and is subsifiantial farmer of the Mackville neighborhood lphWye1 the celebrated violinist under the management ofe Oe Long ice is- o announced appear at the Opera Hou e here op Saturday night Dec 5 Mrf Wyle st ndsat the top among the Violinists of this country and the people o Spring field are fortunate to have the opportunity to hear himV Seats are now on sale at the Red Cross cugItoreV Kelly SaleV The sale of liVe stock of Mrs John W Kelleyr which took place on Tuesday was well at tended and everything brought fairly good prces A pair of uIes brought 4276 another pair 240 eight young rnues sold from 40 tof86 Horses brought rom7 to 160 each a Gheatnut Date colt 86 stckjk hogs about jSea pound corn 57c a bushell Foot BalL The game of football which was played at Lebanon on Thanksgiving day between the teams of St Marys and the Lex ington Athletic Club was a walk over for trio St Marks Ct liege ooys t1escore being oto 0 Tvo ort the stars of th3 game trb Springtield boysuiarr Shultz and Ben F Simms Jr who ply the toendsIor St plavlngtbrougbou gilt eJge Quite a number of people from rofleId went over to see the gam and root for the College bOy3VV Educational1 Rally The State Supermteqdant of Public Instruction begn an eight daysltjUuc itunal campaign during which time every county In tbe state will be visitei by speakers discussing education and appealing for more schools betttrJchoqlsand a greater fn tarest in ediicationfjj1 cam paiga was begun in Washington county by two meetings po our thyV one being at the PresVy erin Church in Springfield on Sunday morning and the other tara kaptistChurchat Mach vllfa Prof DickeypreIdento1- IkaIling Getn Busiue Oolle a JrMMd both mtingsVA large aMieince greetediht speak er at both places gnU much iin terM was WakeoedV Prof iDickey is a splendid tker aad thoroughly conyf rVV 1 TOFIGSrII 1 l sant with every pha c of educa ioiKefltUdkyHis addresses will help in toe fight against rl1ocYDd we congratulate ourselves in having him sent to jour county r 1 J Marnedin Jeffersonville- The following marriage notice appeared iin Supday Courier CteoQAJlen aud Miss Mabel uckr4ofSpringfle1d Ky were byMJtistraThe brid groow iis a telegraph perator and is not of age hav ingi been born February 19 1889 To get around the trouble he brought the written consent of his father J L Allen who is v agent at Springfielc Vqfhepair and made an affidavit that 1 the consent was genuine and thru Miss Tucker had reached the age of 18 The bride was born at Sprin etdonJJ September 15 1890 and is a daughter of G G Tucker a prosperous father Good Prices Tbe following prices realized for several small cr9psof tobacco old on the breaks l ltSaturday will give some idea of the class of tobacco raised 1n o infprices which tire being realized on the local market The prices a firelAnd the opening sales were highly gratifying to Manager Abram Sydnor Moore fc Bishop sold 185 pounds at 16 455 Jbsat l Sbsat 17c UB PopeP sold 265 lbs it181c 450 lbs at 19c 255 lbs at 19fc 225 lbs at 21c 180 Ibs htJ9cV Geo D Lewis sold 645 ibs t 20c260 bs at 16c510I1sati20 J E Hagan sold 305 lbs at 16K250 lbsat1Oe 485 lbs at 30 650 Ibsat 19cV Of course we cant Jtive a list of the entire sale only a few to show what the Sprjngfield mar ketis doings Many farmers from Washington and adjoining counties were present with to bacco all expressing themselves pleased with tbe marketh Bounty Teachers Association The county ass xiiatiunof teach ers lid an4iliday session aLthe Opera Pouse on friday Every teacher in the cout tyV excnpt three were present as well as V inItteresting program was rendered morning affd afLVVVMar3 cnthusiasticaddresses were made by the teachers during the day and the note of optimism for the future of the andschool of the l profession rang in evry speech The association was entertiined oythesuperlDtendl31tiandteacbI ers of the Graded School at tbej theprOjgral ville whr spoke in the inteiest of the Educational Improvement LeaTgufi As a result of her address a county league was formed with a large membership and the following officers Mrs T S Mayes President Mrs A R Shulttf Vice Pres Letf Haydon Secy and TreasL The league undertakes toae cure better cbool build lgs bet ter equipmnt and improved school gtounds Washington county teachers are fully awake WillicomparefaJoJably and en hus1am itl other county in tu thQseotanvt markable facl about them is that1 a large majurity are joung Women lltil y ungmen who have entered the profession because if their lov for the work and are giving it every ounce of their capacity We expect gre it- t I wNW Teeth ex thjout No Charges whea p1 tesiI IflII- Done in tfcis Office is firstclass t c in every respect and just as adt i vertised 1 W V T ALURDDDiS I ISJlIRiflc d Kyr T7eathings of splendid body and deserve the berrty cooperation ofTftll who are interested in giving our youth the advantages received bf tile children of other ptatesVl House for RenbV A good seven room dwblling QIC GrundyaVenue for rent Water in house good garden and outbuildmgSi Apply to VI1iWAPPV V- FVI8CJNAL Robt Myes accompanid byt his friend Shelby Bhanklin of L texingtongiving holidays with hjs parents M r and Mrs T Scott MayesV John chuck McElroy and J yackiing Central University spent Thanksgiving at home Harry Sbultz Ben F Simms a VtndMarys College have been visit g their parents here Miss Mary Kirk of Lebanon was the guest of friends here the rst of the wejek Hon Ciern Hill of Lebanon was intowfondayV MrE1 Huudley of Lfibanop- wis here for the tobacco safe- aturday Squire jrr L Mudd of Louis ville visited here last weekt Those from Springfield who attended the nighta of Qolu u bus banquet at Bardstowh were asfollows Messrs GD Rob ertson Jr SVJ Anderson L D Baker G Mclntirei WV Ta Leachman Arthur McGill ilMudd Warren Nally C W Hagan Ben Ctcil Root McIn tire and Dr Hamilton Tom Hamilfbn Sam Nallyand Robt Nally of Fre erickStown Mr Torn Hardesty is absent from hpme for several days on- uring a tripVMrs RH McHlroy and Mis Annie Mcelroy visited in Leban on yeslerddvMrJi daughter NEn1Orleans VMissNelliethe U D C meeting 10 Louisville this weekVI y LoutuleMrs WF Spalding of Lebi ion visited Mrs Sallie W Smms Tuesday Mr Polin Mclntire of Unjon towii is visitin here i Mrs David Jtt Litsey enters ained ateuchr Tu day evening iin honor of the Misses Smith who are visiting Mr Theo Campbell Those present were Mr and Mrs GT C WnaitqoI Mr and Mrs Theo Campbell JlndIgie Graham Bessie Roberts Naomi and Anna Day SmhiMessrs Will Wharton and en Simms Mr Davlson Reed was at home Thanksgiving EJei returned toVV Lennjjton Monday and was accompanied by hisj sister M ss Sut Reed a far as Bar r dSbU g wh re she is yisi ting friends t Judge Ii H Thjirmari and Mrs Tburman spent TharksgivinK ith their daughter Miss RodI man and DIandMrf H Dv R dman iaiShelbyyille rocI mPbelllgave 1ii r VVVr tSALt OP HATSi i JtrfAIL Mil iMjy istobe sold at i COST AND LESS ii Veiling at reduced prices i iMISS 44 KN OTTiiII jj a f l Mfle I I I omiSIiithJIimms If Oi MCJarty 4Will Wharton VVV 1 ll Miss Francis Martin returned from ofLebanon Lexingtofi Tuesday Jennie Tolbert SundjWMisSjSue Duuca Piis in Louis yule where she went to attend the funeral of Mr W H More lUnd which 09curredMonday littMrsguetr y Hon John W Lewis is In GJ thtsweekV turVt Miss Nellie Lochran of Woon sockotVR I is the attractive guest of Mrs M W HyattVthS Mrs Jonn W Lewis is vigiting relativesin Lebanon this week I MisS Carrie Edel n has entire recovered from an illness ofV two months and has resumed her duties at Cunningham Duncan Cos store where she willibe glad to feee her patronsV MrTom VEdlenhjreturfled oVVLouisineV ith T jMrj jV der are visiting relatives in Louis r reuleMiss Nellie Simms who is a student at Nazareth was upable on account of illness to return to school this week Christmass Gifts in moSILKA Silk Petticoat would be a sensible XmawgiftI recSplendidblack taffetaiti r a tnMiIiinry1ot All trimmed hats below cost desVVMrs Bonnie Goldrics of Bards town spent a few days of lUSt week with the JMissea Shader Mr George Browning of Uardstpwn spent Monday night with Mr John F Simms and tbtended the Kelly sale Tuesday Joseph and Geof peIrvine Ede yoenlives here Thanksgivingtel Miss Mary Gleason is visiting atNfaW Hope v VwMiss Lizzie Logs on has re t thurnediing a few days with her parents tepterutained wigivingMisses Bessie Cal dwell and Mary Irvine of Danville who were guests at the home of Mr A 0 McElroyV Mr G QV Wharton is at New rAHope this Wpek arMr1Pr inOlrlocorofBovlA1ngHonor were Hon J W Lewis JudgeL H ThuFman and Prof SoGeorgColVn Mrs Led Haydon iis vIsiting her mother at Bardstown thi SVdu weeK cbMro Louisville and Cincinnati thi- ceekbuying S Christmas gOodsfo thVtudays1astMjsea Anna Day and Naom 50 Smith who have been guests ofc their aunt Mrs S Bo Thomor of son and cousin Mrs Theo CJiiCampbell0 falso last summer left to day for liheirhdme at Butlerl Mo The i rerativesS t falls having reiurned here last week They have made many friends w lie in Kentucky and were much admind anl exteri yesiylyj wajIltkerl LtbeirbomL IspendingMrs Spalding JMr and Mrs Rober t Yancey 5 of r1ystlast week withxMrs Ysnceys iunt Mis W SV Gibba MrJ1d Mrs W B HarrisonV bride und groom of two months recently returned from Cores to 1be married in this country were Siesta Jof Mrs RjHMcBlroy from Friday to Tuesday Both Mr and Mrs Harrison addressed 1jVflChurch Sunday afterioon pn the ffiisiioja worlr in Cores And te 4 I habits and customs of the Core 11ns Mr and Mrs Harris JU will tetlirn to Core to resnmt mission Work next YNr it entelltained at euchre Tuesday altar noon init honor pf Misses Aona and Naomi SmithV Mrs Tho CUttmpb bridge party and 6f her gusts the ednesday afternoonI Mrs HVE tertain at flinch this Ileests of Mr and Mrs0car Walker from Friday to Mrs W H Mcbwley has reIned from Luis iliand will be with her parents Mr and Mrs George Medley until after holldayscV Miss Estejie Kelley of Jous ille is visiting Miss Louise Med au weITobaccoGrowis Winch s rKY Nov 28 Wedesirl9announ3eto andI that we have sold all the maining in the 19C0 pool the entire 1907 pool ThtJ i9 tobacco has bpen sold at original graded price and VI1907 at graded prices wbph average 17c per pound Wa congratulate you upon successful issue of your long struggle foryou who sto d firm the face Of good report and evil report through weiay nths of waiting atd hardship are the men who have won the victQryVThe purcbsefRar ready t eive tfiis tobacco as rapidly as can be delivered and WP ask yon to render us all thfl asSir ce you can by competingr ur prlzinpanitlsandirtgin your type semjles withas much promptness as possible We ireto warn you against erring yOur tobacco or certificates to speculators ljnnt becausevouare sollingproperty whicb has already been sold and thus violating the laws of our CommoJwpalth and layine yopr selves liable to heavy penalties tbecuseyou deserve the en tire profits of this transaction ana because in a very short time ur money will be paid you Pav no attention to those who llyoul youVW1l hAve a long tive to wait ibr the distribution W be rapid and piompt- An order has been passeq fore immediate distribution of 8 per cent of the 10 percent re servo fund now on hand abc money from the prissent sRleI n follow close upop the de livery of your tobacco cntiveBoardEx Burley Tobacco Society WATCHED FIFTEEN YEARS clergyman write Preveatjcs those little Candy Cold Cure Tablets e working wonders in my panah1 eventlcs sorely will cheika cold the Grippe lna very few hours d prevcntics are so safe and rmless No Quinine nothing harsh nor sickening Fine for feverish restless children Box of 48afftoI ld by Red Cross Drug Store I Experiments wliioli have been conS cted show that ulieu cheytjo Is sold from the faruj or milk from which- ec8eis nOide n much larger amount ferttltyIs tukeu from the soil thuu In the caSe of butter or cream hIs iIS to ijulte uu extciit responsible r l productivity of e thelerUIfYt butteriuaklng is A fat 1qulteVgeueray known yet meth es ovprlookedj Is that over Is u bljuiiialthat is its life Is bur two peusoua IbugVhlredI nns that lit the secoqd growth is lowLd ttc mature seed In the autumn the sptowl season the vcop will dl out This variety pf cloTer as row8ilong the roadside seems to lmvi perdnuia habit but this Is due to the fact that it produces Heed often enough o t1epetuatu Itself According to reports Issued by the department of agriculture at Washing yleldocornar la 20J bushels per acre while e estimated total production Is 2042 7000 bushels This is a better show g both in yield per acre and total roduction than last year when the- verage was 250 bushels and tIM toV t yield was 2502320000 bushels h ojjallty of this years cropIs 88f ereenwhlloIuioontwsss2V REO MODEL 3v- j s 2 BunaboupiCMngtr 011 P Price 5OOi VFOraa1YV N GM i iLr1Ii r rCI earaOGB i I I Ladies Ctks- Cliildrcnscluks OF I MensOvercoatsai5u I BOys Overcoats attIe J t I t For the month of DECEIBBIt will offer our Entire Stock jjf LadI Y Iti Cloaks and Suits an dIJtin i 1 inour Ladies readytp IUr IiStJment also alPMens and Boys C1MhI I ATGREAFLYV VVReduced Pirn I Our stock is large and well a and this isi a good chance to txjy hlgb class goods at BARGAIN PftlCj VrliiCI We would be glad to have you cad and V1OkV through our willoqstocks and hear theV LOW RICS- RobertsouGlaybrooke C ITVTh0ZATDI- VVVV VV SantaI Claus HasjuptcometooursreVVleft a large variety of TQYsccrsee them before you go elMwher next week we will hayea full wppIyd cflristmasCn4yr- rPlain aruifancy at 8 cts per pouiwl up Also some elegant bo iK f ll I late and Bonbon It wUJQI to cOT to see and prics ths if i1 LKatieiIertIiiI jCVIV-i I Dressy Sh e ec7 rr 1 I Shoe should tk atert tba JllIthefeeLVV I I How much MOT slit CAN Qiij1Jrlderstocklby pur patraittiMUi 1001CBeak thttifac 1 prand more tylkht tj y frr Ihirt I = oj I faction which COMMA oIi wMi a VO f1 We carry al the o rrMt AW Mi fIthe wanta width J I If d JllPHOW to fit YOU a tl I VIf Eclipse for Men d Red School Housearid IvanDl JJ Boys and Qln I The old Reliable 8ebsnothl tHi tiTt on themarktVrS ourNaptha Calf water ppP IThehestIineShoeskI I I ThehestIineShoeskMcWir1 i 1 j HIr Cream V nnifu61t nAn u welt RIMED me OMLMmrs tmtmt J f UI 5qV RaMwrjp CST L1EDV3DR- rftelrf because kr ooxtossV4 M4 kecs1dur c toc1VV rE dIa VVVCidO It r Aaiscsp- U ItoprfestP11- 4kljB1tI fli HsrWamsasM 1 t at t5e eVCT 5fV- i i = rL 1PvssiItwr INS w112t = i r w TI wJtJr Jjor jll Child R i TTrttytaMtf Hartf Fry M WNite pn Fishing trip Believed it Have Batn QJor ir Hungry Saurian 1 tlri B r7 e of Mr r Q ry L Tb cbThI w wIim aDd It or lIttP- PS and soa friiidii th C1 fr aIwRe atrtyerthcbfldr rwbile te b1 pr tttd ap iftir iotbsr allowed itbsi4 a et dIit4 41 lrellt r I 1 Sav fesLiftJ- 1hN oaraad rrY Huthaids eps Through T tgD Fe1but Left lAtastWeak ash Had bdd y l oug thi ab14t r1YVffrom 1MIIlo ccMooed Ma J l tI WbJoedjI- o k aIloWd to IO tintuad from lato hto wlfea ibvvoii the bl seauisi bug r lk JW r tW tfpcntlon Jfj dodbon at the Hoepltal xp all fcefee ot saving the matroi We Kneo trac earrMie the boa Irwn her IMMM a rtij froH MmorriMiM DrO d gJclelr ad as p Ii tiwrtbte wIs MtA un1tl a tkdhoors r JtO ic1 t k 9 W OILOODWAS f AXLOWED y b B dralaed to alniost the 1St art JMT fceart action cannotvcon- jJ e ta di k aer Tbere mlglatbe- odia1ee for her If it were pjslblet- eaB0 al me a large quantity of rflhy btoed into her veins cty tke my bloodr d M i 0er4MHV Bd She can I f ttall Domlnick threw off S aadroUJag p bia sleeve me 7ee1IL was seated in a bee4i th wife and big left arm ks wpt i4erg natbetic- t kayIngthftt 1fb sJlJPc rrerG erBa toEarth WisH f Ic cdiee with wIJaes j 3uaiwju eke dtkbed 4Jee Baxter civil wijrTeteraQ aged 11A4se IIGUvedoo his farm p4tIiLWU c aveed JO j tejipravei fa his ttif iw Miiai1if fiy parriedl IlO stad eveB1W city roannfacfured d wWe kcdJeenY 1 Jl- at TM deeeascd Ia kill lifetime lived pk pk1ifL1 1it Ofe bpd bIa agboii aactjiad al- waywsbu M Mtf IS favor of the M janju ordtor Mwd that floirers yon meitn to send 1Il jMikt to brighten and j fi 9 When LL OiteitiMii a Connecticut rcbntMi e4 beck the clothes I MiMtory to going ts bed a snapping i111tWeatY pounIs 11kfr81 closed Itff tf i Jteck raler bus u Job his 0 iilli Jm 01ifa profit Ju feeding i + Lsat Cota JO ltvedIar bogs Or J J5e Ii fact be ma as elll rnite W pelt for the Job ieaBtbe done te HNnnand five toaudred dollars was reutly refused for Kelldrsbass Ct7e1iJ WhJjt0riBgto Lien Earned 1 1 PSj vesln c1 thoroiifhbM ewte well U las ikrbest for MiaseJf t 7 t tlJ it ty4favQc 6tr the i Delng d Ap UL t trijisis ieee rfCtkaa j w pNba low t tie W JT It ylQ wt aiM and hrossb JrtDHr It isiy tw tarrrI my Jl 2 thecod m Jf B9ftareIfta no a1te een eeen fthe bpy Vas kept up for daya aad tlMdver in the vi Irt iiiV was last seen Was kMMpHl iIA tJM hope of finding body in cAst be had drowned The qpifrtr c founds hpWeyer was a part Clte chJias much torn and hredded This led tQ the belief that Jhe bdjr had beea devoured by an alii iJtp f th l wasciught alive i iif uutniat or whether he fell into fti river and drowned and was eaten r frward is nut nowru The search fur the child has been abandoned as tbtHevidence seems conclusive as to bjs ateV l t iii t9 f Been J AM tLtLe j he wanted to see the erect of theA Dommick said he was ready and Dr Newult made an incision in the main jirtery of his Jef arm At the same s1m11aropcraflo Qnlttner quickly slipped a tree Inch like tube Into the Trourids connecting the arms of husband and wife scfethat about an inch of glass remained visi ble V Instantly the clear glass filled with blood which began flowing from Dom ilnlcks arm into that of his wife For tedminutesthefiosv of blood was al loweJT to continue Slowly the color Which had faded from Mrs Marascos face returned to letter cheeks ttntil they were actually till f r TO the his 19t rHcr pulse gained strength and her Th1ngbecdme easier and strong er AshlsWlte gained however Pam inlcksiowly lost his fefrength Hiylips cmpVessed together tightly turned slowly from a rich red to an ashen color Tleco1or left his cheeks and th perspiration started from his face iThe doctors watched him carefully as he grew weaker moment by moment At last the ten minutes were up and It was evident to the patching sOr geons that Dominick had reached the end of his strength He was hurried IbtotaWardtind put to bed beside ills wife When he recovers he will be- tS strong as aver the doctors say I P LfhFarmWagonri- 1I t f r k t According to ii il Bcpf cited Before Death tf1t J J IiE14prinIpallyI B wikia l1 i t p on i f a f c t a t r t t r e clothing I operation CONTINUE sweeten niylife before It leaves me And he would quote the orator further L If my friends have alabaster boxes laid aay4 t UQt fragrant perfumes and affeprion which they Intend to break over my cofflu I would Smuch rather that theybrlfig them out Jn my w irldd and troubled hoirs anti opru them that timay lhe refreshed and cheeredwhlle I reed them would rather haven plnln coffin without t rtb3Qve8nd synipatiyi Let m learn tv anoint our friends llrot their burial Postmortem klntlue aloesnot cheer the burdened spirit Flowers on the coffin cast no fragrance backward over the weary way i A Vhitir Turtte Snapt a Mans Thumb rri Iron jaws on the mans thumb The turtle WIS placed In the lied by Cole mans son who whet all the excite Otnent was over snlzl Jrt thought it would be t iJokptofriijhteH dad Froiessor John Merriam nsoclatfc professor of geology Inthe University of jCnlifornla has created quite a sen sation lh spiontlfic circles ahd ainon throughouttheher of prehistoric Anlma species In a tnrtromSnsticky death trap wliicfi beoanie the grave of nuinberlessTtnlmals hundreds df thousand of years ago have been taken the remain of rare prehlstorle rutmais Including the enormous nc9mmouIt jneat extlhct taipeI a str ngieandun known species of tie iaaber tootjied tiger 11- Ipvlnn W rtVhlb decrIldes larefl to the lentil jilcs tjf the berllnus 4iin8Jsa1 ready entrapp d nnd vtlw they in Jtended to devour jfi afl4tlon to tbr- larKer animalst tjUW iint 1ipeii dlscov sperMORlnrtuitjrwl trtlMrroll of focd jindfinally Kiity Sam and the Peacemaker r By QOLIN S COLLINS J Copyrighted by Awroclated i Literary Press uSnmqaniVKtttyfrom to pass suddenly to the Mr Hastings and Miss Norwood stage Both Sam and Kitty felt the strain though each took mental obligation to do nothing that Inany way might be construed Into an overture ft f friendship It had alj started innocently enough Kitty on her way to the postotBee En countered Jim Bunders Spe regarded Saunders asa persistent pest but she could not very well refuse his suggestion that they stop in nt the drug store and have 8 glass of oda Then It happened that they turned Into Belding street in animated eon vorsiitlon and Sam could not know they mid met Just around the corner Of all the summer Visitor to Au burpvllle Sam disliked Saunders the most and Kitty knew It It looked to him as though she had deliberately ac punishhimbefore Kitty was just finishing the last tiny- lumpof ice ream from the bottom 01 the tall glass when Sam entered the store with Belie Pauldlng Kittys dearest enemy He had bowed KtliHy In salutation and Kitty had rcHtvmded with a Good morning Mr Hastings emphasizing the name as svectiy and as coldly as the frozen delicacy she bad just con sumed That had lhIt the start x f the trou ble but the n1 had been slow In corning That ifernoon Kitty went mo torlng wlth tunders though she bated motor car and Belle went buggy riding with Sam to punish Saunders for his imagined disloyalty Saunden and Miss Pauldlng liad quickly pfhed their quarrel tnp but Kitty was unyielding and therewaga squarene to Sams chin that did not nrgue In favor of pliability of person ality With ccretnonlous politeness each strove to rhow the other how little It mattered hut Kitty cried herself to sleep night after night and Sam swore softly but fervently at what he was pleased to Ferinthe foolishness of womankind So matteirf stood when the excursion of the AtiluirnvHIe cornqt band was adnounced The boys needed new uni forms and Olck Potts had piomlsed to learn tlwPJphonlumtltthe would buy him on1 purchasedTinlrnfabought wo force of habit und then yiclpusly tore them np wheieJiy the band profited nqother50 cents for Sam was de tejrmlned to go oir that excursion if only to show that he could go without Kitty pe had never gone on an excursion alone save once when Kitty was spending a week with her aunt over in Cadyyille and he had had a miserable time Now he did not look for enjoyment but Kitty neednt think he could not go alone if he wanted to Much the same sentiment animated Kitty though slfe arranged to go with a married sjster and it so happened that they passed over the gangplank together wltih the fforma greeting that was how customary The picnic was held on Paddle land out in the jake a favorite picnic ground A narrow strip of land con nected two rough oval extremities that by an abuse pf the Imagination might be said to resemble a paddle Bobby Seaton who was in the primary class aptly If improperly described it as a peninsula with an Island at each end As soon as lunch was disposedI of the elders settled themselves near the baskets While the young folk wander ed off to either end of the Island fol lowed by a fusillade of Injunctions to hurry back the moment the first whis tIe sounded Sam and Kitty followed suit but Sam made certain that Kitty was beaded for the the piddle before be wassoutherDblndj jdreary work the point and and the soft bed of pine needlbs cpiijblned to bring sleep to the worried brain It seemed to Sam that he bad en Joyed only a brIef nap but by the time be had hunted up the cabin some of the boys had built for use id the duck season and had borrowed the bathing trunRs be fontd there he was in the cool water a fev mluutes when the warning whistle hi sw Madly he dashed froui the water Into the hut to find that In that brlef In tervalsome one had chawed his clothes His underwear was as full of knots aSfa snake that had been lunching oft a full set Of pool balls his trousers wOre tied Into a true lov rB knot that suggested anything but leiitlment and the laces of his shoes unpickIdmnIBlow durn ycr 1u lil wnynJel IS bl Ctii Ltn a J Often Ihe Kidneys Are Weakened by flyerWork Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood it used to be considered that only Urinary and bladder troubles were to tie traced to the kidneys butnoV modern science proves that nearly all diseases be1dnningin 1 these most important I or allstT1e kiIeys filter and purify the blood vrorkIweak or out of order you can understand how quickly your entire body is affectedand how every organ seems to fail to do its duI if you are sick or1 feel badly begin taking tle great kidney remedy Dr Kilm rts SwampRoot becaus as soon as your kidneysare well they wll 2ielp allthe other organs to health A trial will Convince anyone If you are sick you can make no rn- stakJffrst doctoring your kidneys TheSautfand the extraordinary effect of DrUm rs SwanipIioot the great kidney remedy is soon realized It stands the high stfor its wonderful cures of the most pistressing cases and is sold on iits merits by all 1tlruggi lsJ in fiftycent Ijlottkthave a simtbottle lIt pamphletteliipgyouhoW kidneyorbladdewhen writing to Dr Kilmer CO Bing Dobmakeanyuustakebut SwampRootDrai Bi g4lmt9 N yoneveglJotUe Does the BabyThriye If Jidt Something must be theInouriIbIrequired lot the baby If bib is not nourished by its artificial foOd then it requ- ireSCOTTS EMULSION Half a teaspoonful three or jfour times a day in its bottle ivfll have the desired effect It seenisto have a magical effect upon babiesi and childrer4 A fiftycent bottle willpro e the truth of our statements Send thfc advertkoMrt together with e of paper In which Itappears your aJreic aad four cents to cover postage and we wilt sead you p Complete Handy Alias of the WecU SCOTT BOWNEt 409 Pearl SWNew York = r jm i a ffiuw til iIjr for Its Tm riot g 1n10k make my calm Jla j tthis Ho rust a glance of scorn ittUi In flnltcUmal swimming trunks and It tnelad tht knot with n h ste tlrst speIiTheshorp as he hurst through te bush thru gresv about thV rude lat ding anil RtfnmerHjr thln s when then was a rustle In the bushes and Sam turned to taco Kitty who walked with a limp and carried a stick In her hand Inns the boat gone she cried 10 de pl1lrst1rtd up so quickly that I wrenched my ankle I called for help but no one seemed to bear 11W118 at till oth iendot thels land explained Sam who seemed to think that the rejiroach was directed against him I took a nap and didnti realize how lougl slept I took a swim after that and4 some kids chawed my clothes I just got here myself Theyll miss us at the dock and send buck for us Can I fix your ankle Im afraid J shall have to ask your assistance Mr flut1nssaid Kltt suddenly mindfult of the fact that si was speaking to Sam He helped her to a rock and rtot- ully cut away the shoe Then vjrh the sleeves of his shirt he Iinpnfl Icd- a bandage that brought relief and noted with sttlstactlon that th njrain seemed fo be slighf since tlu ru was little swelling v That will have to do until we can get to town ln sn to hi feet Does It feelUrSIIl1OSC Miss Norwood 1 Very much thank you Mr Has tings Sam gritted his ttkand mentally assured hlm olf that when a fellow takes the trouble to bind up a girls Qkle and sacrifices his very newest and handsomest shirt for a bandage the least shemight do would be tocull him Samjas of olL He moved stiff ly away and took a seat on a bowlder behind her IIf she was lonesome Sin could call him But Kitty though she was dreadful ly lonesome and a little hit afraid was too proud to call Even the faint scent of tobacco that now and then drifted past her qn some vagrant breeze was IndlcaXiouof spankJSam gloomily regarded her eloquent shoulders and longed to take her In bin arms and comfort her but he assured himself that lit was her place to make th overture It looked as though the deadlock would continue unbroken when the serpent entered this lonesome Eden It was only a tiny gartersnako scarcely twelve Inches llong and It was hurrying away from the human In truders as rapidly as possible when Sam spied it with a long switch he turned Its cburse and headed It past tb sittingThe her attention and looking down she spied the wrlggljng length of green With ashrill scream of Sam she struggled to her feet and the next stant was sobbing in her terror with her arms about his neck With cruel ingratitude Sam dispatch ed lils benefactor and lifted the girl in h1 arms Well go sit on the dock Kitty be suggested There are no snakes there Pretty soop if help doesnt one Ill swim over to shore and get a small boat somewhere Some one will come Sam she de dared Anyhow Its nice here for awhile i You bet It Is Kitty assented Sam as the girl crept close to the protecting circle of his arm Then in a torrent of words they had their explanation It cleared the air pdtYou say you didnt like tb take Belle riding she whispered Just as though you had all the trouble I bet you wouldnt like it any better to let Mr Saunders pretend to make love to you 4No I wouldnt assented Sam hon estly as he bent his head to claim an other kiss Kitty Im sorry I killed s ty 1lBa snaky IJennsician was essentially a strong and self reliant man He attended the prince consort through his tatal illness ho was the Prince stt Wales doctor when the heir to the British throne had so narrow an escape in 1872 and he also went to bnrmstadt and remained In attendance Upon the Princess Alice till she died To practice medicine in the tierce light that beats upon a ulrontols not calcuatod to lessen the physicians qnxleths nail one who knew Jenner Velf once ques on thtq pplnt and hhfed IUonetlhwresponsibilities must some toI render sleep or rest Impossible Sleep rePledie n r Iu his tJar laoteristlc way dont think that anxiety abput a patient ever kept Sae awake five niinutes 1ftwIJte r tftoa bedside I dorajjKwt What iracan1 do Waj ftowid 1 not steepT Hamlets criiil Geo rsjt Molviife itQkEuIieh a- neJ AtItben t Waist SS r II 1 I 1 C 5 i KY I 945 Q85 915 33 22 920 84 23 24 930 p 48 l I 25 935 37 26 940 38 48 39 83 a 4O j 62 41 L 53 V Q68 42 54 31 976 f cur Sail road or a tunpy story at his own He was acting in Bristol It was the actors rule to take a bowl of jjriiel In the cpurse of the and ills land iijdy sent over the usual from the In square She to have serv was explicitly to get to the stage door by the from Bank street and then carl ry the gruel into the She arrived at a when Mr Mel ville was on Being to the ways of the theaterrshe asked a man at the wings where Mr was There said th 8uper pointing to the stage The actortwas In the middle of the To be or not to ghil l J toward him the bowl aliid said If you please Mr sir here Is your gruel the of Start In Space Limit How many gtars are there It is not known but most astronomers believe the 1sn The ar is that wit an of stars the would be one blaze of Hgbt The more distant stars are of coutise some ate too far away to affect the naked eye at all but no matter how Blight the units an of them would the effect de scribed As there fIs no uniformly IIkyI the of tarS Immensely great must bo This argument Is nented In4 a recent l paper by a similar one drawn from Every star no matter how its own powor of attraction on every othe heavenly body Including our earth powever as the earth center is away from the attractlngjbpdy than its Is on the earths are with force than those at the center and the practical result is to lessen the force with which the earths mass is held Now if the of stars is infi nite this would be great th on the earth would cease to exist Moreover the same would every where throughout a and probably all masses would be That this result does not cur Is a proof we are told that the of heavenly in exist ence is not Infinite These arguments make as sumptions that may or may not be they can neither be nor The argument from light assumes that light waves are ted space lloss that j from that the same thing is true br If light grayltatlon is or lost in some way when from star to star the f stars mayr be after all At its best the speculation more than con cluslverehlcago OF AN Wonderful Power In the Birds Claws and Legs While I cannot give any proof of how much a bald eagle can carry should ab to his hawk t of a male bald eagle weighing nine and a quarter and al to Dale welghliJg r X owl will Irons ancl II have severijj times IcnowB oe id carry offxa large house eat One cat was very large of Now auv oar sviio vJll weltrti a 1 Pains at the waist back or are nearly sure proof of lemale troubleSome other signs are headache pressing down rregu1arfuncOtij restlessness limbs nervousness etc pains beand the Wornaily functions regulated bthe use of t CardjilMrs t llffromis a 2tI recommend It to all suffering womei 1or at all druggists 1r 1 bottJe WRITE ALJTMRW yfQrfree Qv f4el describe YOUUya po i statJnc geW ut LMvlsery DePt TheCh Co Q rn T 1 PDfHJdjJHn IITu7nFM 776lWJe II1HJJTUCIAlsCHJlltFlIE8rl ff1 ftEUTIFULtLUONWRITE lOw ADDR BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS UNIVERSITY BowuHe LOOK CAN YOU BEAT TIIIS THE OT OF Y 1000 INSURANCE fM THE Business Mens Life Insurance Cot OF LOUISVILLE AGE AE AGE 20 82 44 i 1211 997S 451i2A71006 491 1293 9 25i35 1919 4iJp 1 C 1O33 335I 146 49 J 1064 O 1532 27 10 5ifl1615 28l 11O3 52 1709 29 9 1325 J 114- o 1150 j934 4av 11781IV5V 20138 For Further information call onVv LEEVANARSDALE Springfield Ky tellllg expense Hamlet evening refreshment lodgings Queen happened Iinew antglrlwho directed entrance greeiiroon moment unused Melyllle soliloquy beVhent- he advanced bearing Melville BOUNDING THE INFINITE Are Number Without number unlimited gumeiit ilnflnlte unI- verse heaveiis uniform dimmer infinity number produce blazing number though possibly limited supple astronomical gravitation dlstaiit exercises farther surface particles surface attracted greater together number decrease so weight practically conditions prevail boundless universe disrupted number bodies Certain granted proved disproved transmit through without gravitation assumes gravitational attraction or absorbed passing number Infinite curious RecordHeraldt STRENGTH EAGLE positive 11 1 suppose declares bejcould ahonledWeight pounds twelve pounds horned weigh fouro toTive pounds bellItM front side pain cold These may ye4 sySten i and sale meiiiin US 21I f jarge Jiouse cat will and It to weigh at least ten iounds I have seen a goshawk carry off a hen fully twice its own weight and I have taken from a marsh hawk a very large chicken which wputd welsh more than twice what the hawk would The marsh hawk is one of our weakest hawjcs but he had carried this chickenover a quarter of a mile My belfef is that if a hawk or horned owl can carry more than twice its weight and know1 positively that they can then an eagle could if occasion required do as much In proportion to his weight which would be to carry eighteen or twenty pounds Once when an eagje shot through the body with a rifle ball lay on hIs back I up ended a Jong road skid and reachedhimhis claws and held It the length of his legs above him J walked up on the skid and stood above him and he IeasUy fteid me and the skid which I should judge would weigh more than twenty pounds I took pains to be weighed the same day and weighed 119 pound Put a stick m the claw ot- a wounded eagle and let him grasp n small tree with the others and a man must be stronger than I over was to take the stick from him The Call of Egypt f Egypt calls even across the space of the world dud across the space of the O ldhe who knows it Is ready to come obedient to its summons because in thrall to the eternal fascination of the land of sand and ruins awl gold the land of the charmed serpent the landof the afterglow that may fade away rolDthe sky above the mountain of Libya but that fades never from the memory of JOe who has seen columnIland that baa aspellr4wonderf beau tiful Egyptrllobert Hichens in Century Some Satisfaction In That v t Mrs tfewllgus You say that If a burglar wants tp get into the house hell get in In spite tot everything you tan do to keep him out Then what is the use of your taking so much pains to fasten all the doors and windows Air Hewligus I want ttb give him all the trouble I possibly can blame him Chicago Tribune Those Dear Girls Maud You saf Jack once proposed to youl dont beUoye it He said r was the only woman he ever lloved EthelYes dear bufche didnt class me among women He used to call me his nngelBostou Transcript N rraau was ever so much deceived by another as by himself Grevllle The chief merit of the silo lies in the tact that It enables the dairyman to furnish his 5cows summer feed in the winter months which resultsln a cor responding Increase In milk and butter 1urt A farmer living near Qreeley Co oi he pastseason grew elghtvelgbt tons of pumpKlps on four acres of landtbecrop netting him better than 300- This fellow is certainly some pump kins to use n bit of slung Properly qured cOrnfOdie isi notl only relished by nil kinds of live stock ut constitutes a most cxcell nt nud nutritious food WHlh enormouR mounts of It going to waste afmuallv big leak exits in the umnagcmcnt of 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