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it5S = f t r prat1 Qcri t sc L pGi1wtt Th4 tN6 M atectr firtt jala tliknl M4ay 0wfceiti o Ji1t1il pvrV Y i WlKatoI 41Ia io s- J ntsveiy M ah p 5 JtK14 Cle tJiLUl1I ytytQartkMo4ky i wITIrE J hmVernTIE Will f J a irj THE News leader L QiJ DIssFrFI l Mr Jfiie Finn jtodof the 1ae Jaoww and Mary Finn diedI Wednesday September 35 vat 440 W from the effects of a fall from a third story window lIa feoerdinffhoust 235 Seeonfl IMt IxMaiiville Friday of last waejk J4rT Fiaff had returned 10 his room early Friday evening I bad lighUdi a cigar and seating JtiMMlf in the window had fallen 1r lancenefeUrto the vement a l tant of about fifty felt His right tbW fractured Pond he sustained severe internal in- jurIeswhieh finally caused his death The window from which 11i11 oyedokedgsidevard cooeeqftently the nnotanate aocideat was not discovered for- taeveral hours Mr Finn was at ooce Tremovedto the City Hostt pital Mr John EJiiiii his brother o hill City ndhIs4fes Mesdames SrMiWonroe Hurst and iCrs Julia Stocker when notified hufttened to his bedside JFindingto admit of his reoabvai to the hoBM of h1rI1atives every B coaefoct and everything known to mednjall science toaleviate C his Buffering or promote his re- coytry wad called into requisi ttaa alljtctnoavail after intense =l consciousSthe xreiier portion of the time death folded nia sufierings MrE rill wav borm in Bardstown I41 years ago He was a man of hoe intellect a genius in Jactinc jfcgay respects noted for his witda feaial cpniondeyotid to Ctiand a klndljy spirit towards tiltC The ftwral took pbtcftom St aJttmtttr 16 Bardtown Standard f Nljht On Bald Mountain OBat lonely night Alex Benton of Fort Edward NYclimed Balll Me taia to thekome of ja neighbor teetered by Aithabet iiuring kti wtth Dr Kings New Discovery tkat had cured himself of asthma Tkk wonderful lTnedlciBewon rel1eIed and quickly cured his neighbor Lature 4t cured his sons wife of a ercr luHf trouble Millions believe Its the greatest Throat and lung cure on earth Coughs Colds Cronf I Hemorrhages and Sore Lungs are mfely cared by it Best for Hay Fe vfr Grip and Whooping Cough 5l1aadSlbo Trial bottle free Guaian Ietf l by Haydon Robertspn Call For Election TATEOFKENTUCKY + I ss County of WashipgtonJ August terN oft the Washington I County Court August 23 1909bTills day came W P Pinkston and liedl a petition signed by twenty legal refers of Brush Grove voting precinct No 12 of Washington unty Ken tacky and moved the court to hold a election at the next regular N- ovtber l election 1909 to take thedjoteim said precinct whether or largeIaaJeredj said election will open the polls andthave placedon their ballots t or not stock shall be allowed torun at large iasaid precinct t Copy Attest W F Booker Clk In compliance with the above of den CountyCortBrush Grove Precinct No 12 of Wash ingiod county Ky that the polls regularNovemberseofvotlng In said precinct as to whether or not stock shall run at precinctNoJ S Osbourne S W C The Resd To Success soydhfperate a pOor health Sfiocees Jtoday 1emLodsheaHbJbutEtectrk fitters is the greatest health hinder theo d has ever known Itxm pels perfect action oi stomach liYer kldahtys bowels purifiee and enriches tIOOdraa4 tones and invigorates the whole pteB yigorous body aid keen brala fellow their use Ypu fcaotjarfbrd to slight Electric BJtter if weak rundown or sickly 50k Guaranteed byHaydon 1aty A good tnatypeople tbcfaj bt the Indiana onfldnotpla th1ttt tbey were simply teaveljB on their shape and war whoop Ijttby soon showed spectators at th park yeaterday that tbef werealirightas ball play portOtte fMlocB Keoragka Indi n bMe ball teaiaiwill play the I 8IrdlIdj Sept1 22and 28t UZElMLY ElElectionlo ffi erS + r Apposntd Lzt Strda bJ theC iiDrs pConl urday at the office of Sheriff J S Osbourne and proceided to select the officers of election ior 1tJie various precincts fur the November erectIun 3 S Os bourne exofficio chairman pre sid4nd 0 F Bosley and P B Prather the pther members of the Board were present The JiSttot names provided for by law having been furnished to the Board by the Chairman of the Democratic sad Republican County Committees respectively 1i following officers wer selec ted by the Board- Prederickstownr Sam Naly ancL W B Osbourn judgesfCJ R Filiatreau clerkvatid Jioe Conner sheriff jSeitlesatldJ Williams sheriff and W B arlor5 clerk- Wilisburg Walter Hale ana Merritt Hungate jjudges Gabe lark sheriff andfJJ Sharp clerk North LC Cornish and CO arneti judges ClB Graham sheriff and Sam Wells clerk Heudren D W Brnsand W Lay judges Robert S War ersheriff and W S tJolvin l rk Maiikville DS Yanceyaiid arr Rilev judges Okey falter Hume lerkdtsberftfaodj P W Co an and Anderson Holder man judges George T Mayes sheriff and Charles Coyre clerk Springfield No 8 F R Neafe BIMclerk f Springfield No9J P JEde len and Robert Wheatley jpdgesI Robert Marks sheriff and J W ucker clerk Springfield NpvlO J YIMayes and A B Walker judges W A Clements sheriff atd JIR Wharton clerk Kellys Shop b P Thompson Iud JT Prather judges T DIhefian sheriff and rj R Reed clerk r tBrush Grove Robert Thomp on and 0ba1esBihop judges i John Arndd sheriff and J S Saj s clerk rDpnot be deceived by unscrupt lons imitators who would have you asgoodder Pills There isnt anything just as good as these wonderful pills for the relief of Backache Weak Back InQammatton ot the bladder urinary ers and all kidney complaints Anyone can take PeNVltts Kidney Bladder Pills as directed in pr fect confidence of good results Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy Dies Suddenly in Oklahoma Atelegram Was received here earJy Tuesday morning stating that Joseph P Merkley aged ofMrndhad died at his borne at Ard more Oklahoma the nigbt be fofe at 1030 ocluCk The tele gram was received by Mrs J W Millet a sister of Mr Merkleys wife but jt did pdt slate the cause of bis death The mess age advised that the remains would bfe shijpect to Lawrence bur for interment and Mis Mjller left Tuesday morning to attend the buriaL Tiie plais however were later clunked and the interment took piaci at Shawnee Oklahoma inu fauiue of the young mans parents Tiie cause of young Mr Merk leys death could not be learned Inquiry of relatives at Lawrence bur by pbpne elicited the fact that a telegram had ben re ceived there stating that be had on Monday net wjth anaccident ndhad been seriously hurt but the nature of the accident Will not known Lebanon Enter prsseI l r i To lbe Happy Jyou must hav good bealte You canthave goodl health if your liver irinoft doing Its doty slow but sure poisoning lsgoing on all the timneun der such circumstances TBallarda Herbine njakesa perfectly health livetkeep thesch and beeh right nd act aFUtq iaiOr He en tire system Sold by Red Cross Dru Store r- The Wild Onion The office of Farm Manage ment UnitedStates Department Agriculture has now ready for distribution a circular giving a detailed discussion o the wild onion problem and outlininga a plan whereby the pst can be exterminated This circular will bd sent Tree to any person requesting it A Burglar in TownIhis name is bad caugh He dosntII carl for gold and silver blithe will steal y r health away If he a J pear1 your house arrest him at once 1 with I allrda Horehound Syrupy ithmay mean consumption if yqu dont A cure for all coughs colds and che trouble i Price 25c SOcand 100 per d bottle Sold by Red Cross Drug Store i ifSnow Coming i 4WillbeShowSparks Worlds Famous ShowsI then the rare unique and won derfu things that have been promised paper will become- a reality The airy riders whoindiar phanous shirts have been parouetticg on the expensive hack oif trneidOusly speedy cir u horses on the billboards will be seen inall the gorgeousntss of utile and seductive smile the elephants will copy their pic tured acts of comedy and OI them bne better the contortion ist will proceed to disentangle hiwstlf frotij the knots be titd u his resporislye limbs lastyear the acrobatic family wiil turn dizzy somersaults and the clown will work off his timehonored cumfcdjp on the contiding audience Threre is nothing on earth inthe amusement line like a circus It istbe peoples show par exIcellence The expert knows whet is coming every minute oi the show but he wouldnt bave it changed for worlds r TheI very conventionalism of muchof the performance is what makes it so delightful The merit in a big circus like the Sparks shows Jis in the fact that everything info the show is the ery best of the Kind There must iinevitably be riding actsI belt the riders are the leaders of their proftssion There reiisl be acrobats but the acrobatic artist and aerialist are gathered from the wide world and are the best that ocotey can secure It is this superiority in the quality of the potformers thatl makes the Sparks Shows a Wel come visitor Have You a Batty Then watch it closely And above all things 1donYt let it suffer tor any llength of time with wcrins that U fatal If tits complectlon gets yollow add pasty if it is listless cross or peevish gets taiq suffers with flatu lence give It Whites Cream Verml foge The onlv core tqat never fails and na nor bed effects Sold by Red Cross Arug Store Ar auKodents have beep made for the Nebraska Indian basEL ball team to stqp in on their annual tour which the Eayages are now making The Indians wilt play the Bardstown teitmat Bardstown pn Sept 22 and 23 i EaenotIbr thiTliai AYCRS NAIRLVSGOir l Stop ralfln tiafr An CIcsatit pi s7r- Detry Dandruff Molccs IrGrc IC 1eMi GIyci4s r SdVM CMW CaMkl S s Ne WM r hrfctmc A NItA hM tWI fonMIa kwa1JNIiS JJ0itJV Jit f- ik4zbtijc ak esoLa CSINkdCSCM4Itt1E kakprObknL5ji1 cATEB dOIANt ru x L j L i Estimable Woriin f ftf as MrlJ Polin Edclen I Who Died Last Wbek V fAfter fighting long and heroic any against a most painful die ease Mrs Nannie EdSlen died Wednesday September 15 1909 About one yeirago her health began to fail at that time she suffered a severe attack of sickness from which it wasI tfought shebad nearly recover eci tbut hilttlil spring of this year the hopes that had been raised by her apparent recovery were to be displaced bydisap pointment for the old trouble began to manifest itself in an aggravated form In the hope of bettering her health an opera tion was advised and performed Itttj then developed that her case was hopeless as she was found toj be sufferingi from cancer orjj the lliyer After a fe weeks a- tjStville she was removed to hertt home where she remained until her death Mrs Edelen Was bora in Washingtoncounty March 19t 850and during the whole ofo er life remained a resident of ier native county She was a auglitenof the late John H M Iptlre who for many years served the peqple of this county in the official position of County reI1amberness and the strongest integrity On September 20 18JO she was married to J Polin Edelen to t which union twelve children were born eight of whom withs her husband survive namelyt Walter R i y eor eJosepbt ind Thomas BdelehMrs VTsLeachman anti Misses Pearl nd Stella Edelen all of whom J ar rtsidents of this county Mrs Edelen wns an exemplary Christian woman possessing altp those virtues which go iake t a noble character She was i never happier thin when doing l omethingto all viae the pair and suffering of those in sickness or distress and whatever acts qftt charity she performed was dune for charitys sake for she never sougfyt to place them in the pub tie glare in order to gain the applayse of the world for sheb was satisfiedwhen she knew in t her own heart that she had done the right as she saw it and when once ber path of duty wai clear to tier mind she was absolutely fearless in the discharge of that duty Funeral services were conduct tcl Friday at St Rose where a 3igh Req7 eim Mass was sung by Rev Father Kennedy after which trie remains were laid to rest in St Rose cemetery The large crowd which was present nnd the many beautiful floral designs wac evidence of the high esteem in which she was held So copsistent was her life In lS1 every phase that were we 10 write it in one w rdttJiat word woul4 be Sincerity HurryUp Callu Quickl Mr rog iltbuickA box of Bucklen Arnica Salve Here i Is a qnarter For the love of Moses hurry Jlabya burned himself terri bly Jocnnie cut his foot with the ax Mamies scalded Pa cant walk from piles Billle has boilsabd inyI corns ache She got It and soon cured all the family Its he great est healer on earth Sold byHay don Robertson r Call EjOr Election i t f j STATE OF KENTUCKY ss iI County of Washington t June CountyCourt This day cameJ W Satterly and Ltl1ed a petition Signed by twenty legal voteVj ot North Voting precinct No 4 of Washington county Kentucky and moved the court to hold an election it the next regular November election 1909 ta take the Vote In said shallfbe allowed to run at large on the public highways In said precinct It Is therefore ordered that th Sheriff and officers of said election will open the polls and have placed on the ballots whether or not stocfcshall be allowed torun aflargein said precinct Copy Attest W F Boroker Clk In compliance with the above order given irom the Washington County Court I hereby notify the voters of woowasbtnftonicOU opened oa the next regular Novea ber Electkm day 1901 fttmepUi oSeof votbl laaideclutas tWhether or not tock shair run a large In said Nprih jftrecrnct No 4 5r 8i QiiWne S W Ci Ear Torn Qff RuC Alaynard a promiD lt farmer residing near Walltown Just ovir the line from BO leiounty in Casey county called to his door Sunday uight by two unknown men who then attacked him In the Scuffle jth 1t ensued both of M ynards ears were torn from his heat and his nose was literallp mashed off his face He ja still alive but in a critical condMon May narks family was aroused by MavInards calls for help and went to his assistance Jut the menwere gon Sheriff Lincoln WelU has organized possA nd is searching the country fjir the men but as he has no clew on which to work is not rexpected to be very successful What caused he ltwo men to attack Mavpard is not known vWhenI he was called he went to his fro at gate and in a very short dme the fight was onHar tddsburg Herald I t Take ofr hKodolthat is what Kodol pees Every tablespoonful of Kodol dgestSi pounds f food Try it today It is guar n teed to relieve you or your money back Soldby Red Crois Druff Store t FIRst ff TH CR01UE tott 41 Vtas flight Too Because the ravet Are the Tenderest a Some years ago the excursion steam er returning from AJjtska to Seattle dlsloen ted its propeller In a dreary portion of the Inner passage and cameo a forced stop For two days the vessels engineers and machinists la bored to repair the break but without tIceeis Two oftheboatS were inari ed und dlititcbea for aid to Vic aonlIt was discovered that the ships tores were nol abundant AlafimbredI In the minds cit pessimistic passen ers and the tontnglon spread Star ration might assail the vessel before t tr help arrived Stt A former California official took It on blniself to reassure his thnldcon anlons but his effort was notper ctJy adapted to raise drooping spircits In fact bis closlug jentciices buS added to the glqpm Let us be brave he said it tile worst cpmes and that dread necessity which In such mlsod ventures ha met others must be faced by us let us remember that It is good o die that our friends may live The one or more that may be sacrificed will be consoled by that thought There was a moments silence awful In its intensity then a cheerful voice was heard You should be taken Governor Booth You know the- rarest are the tender st And even the terror stricken Bihlled once tnorejjj San Francisco Argonaut TAPA CLOTH Attire of the Native Hawaiian lefare Civilization Arrived The paper mulberry tree BroossoJ netia pnpyr fem is the source of the t famous taint cloth of the Polynesian Islands This is a natural tissue and Is derived front the inner barkand after being torn off In strips Is scraped wltbA shells and beateu with a mallet until it resembles n soft flexible paper The individual strips ore united by over lapping cds and beating the fibers together until large pleceaof the tissue are formed It la said tbat before Hawaii widt swept Tviyl h time wave of civilization men and women were dressed Ju this natural bark cloth tnpl1pr 5caDa The dress of the women consists Of the upnut or wrapper composed of five thicknesses qf taps about four yards in length by three in width passed several tlrncs around the waist and extending below the knee The dress of the men was the rnalo or girdle about a toot hr rldth and sev eral yards tong A kIkil or mantle sir feet square was sometimes worn by both sexes In former years these natural cloths were sometimes bleach ed Jo snowy whiteness or were dyed jn colors and even printed or ornamented usually in cheeks or squares Ex change Her Qudificstian SFtitlurNuw look horei you glrlv vvlien you giow up one of jrouiuust bi able to speak French anti the other German BrcndarAll l Vlght dad antj MUrIel had better lIcara CTcrmau be cause shccnn gargle bestpPuucli t Assuring Have courage count Father wont hurt you Why he told mo only yes Jorduy that If he hid to pay so much for you he certainly wouldnt do any thing to damage youLite j Equality mafbe all right but no lla man power can convert It Into a tact Balzac UiIeMacyIDot what made you irritate her f1 then hI had to do Itto1waIDt Byttoo popular wltbtlie girl until her father forbade Inc the hott efK Louisville CourierJournalS 0tr AftwHiit Aunt CrabbeI think It is my duty to tell you that Ii have feard from several Boufcea that Mr Breiinivlrii I4hfondoi Wart PaL yjiy frt jths I j iItl centlItriOoCo rter Ji Noted Prelate visV t orlMcC1katI vayIGeorgcMcoroskey the diocese ot Louisville died Friday morning at 705 o clOG1 at thePreeton Park Seminary where for a long time the aged ltltlei age- Eightysixiyere the years the distinguished chorchmahadliy- ed fifty rseveu of which weie spent in the service of mankind through the medium of the religion of the Church of Rome Crowded into those years fcai been vast experience of aaea and affairs and much work for the glory and honor of the cause he had served Bishop McGloakey was tJoldest member of the America hierarchy and had been signally bYtbeftheadThe last hours of Bishop Mc Closkey were peaceful and pain- s The stress and trials of j eightysix years bad taken tthuir ton of lifethat is th t lrolthis illness He had bean fallIng ul n1J and the end came as the natural sequence of the rainupon his physical forces drain from which he hadooT recourse S The to ing of the bell of Be CJathedral of the AssqaaptJoniCii t the first iiutimatioh giVen pafe licly that the Bishop waa dead j Although be bad been machc f J ireclusei cad a owing to failing hHlthf Bishop McGloskey at Il1eUJi was one of the most approach ble of men Hehadjar eapeeiaV y fondness for the company aad s conversation 0fJhtt newiptper men and always made theta weN urneto his rectory whether lie could giye them ttinews they ought or net He was a kindly j and affable friend to all thoipe with whom he was thrown into personal contact By reason of the failure jJ1bisri health several attempte had been made5ofIate years to persuade Bishup McOldskey io IIccepttheappointmentofae jutor who could take tbe t1en1l uf affairs off his hands 6oimf on the strength of hla spirit alone the Bishop Mt a Hernj countenance agaibStHb ee tS4I gesttons arid insisted upon bod ing the affairs ot his oeM in his own habds untiL detli Should relieve him of the bar dens he had Carried wilhoBl complaint and With great Ability during his 1fetime j On May IIi 1867 theRt RVI M Joseph LavaIle1 Biabop 61 Louiaviile died and JPiBkJX wishing to confer a riew bocor on Dr William G McCloekey decided to bestow the bishopric on him and 6n May 24 1866 tsrector of the new coliege ill Rome was consecrated Buijiep of this dioeaee Oa arriviog iB Keatttcky 4n September 1868 f sxtt5 four churcbe mostr pootaad JIta KifatrHW 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day afternoo EIPp1tVN A iL Are yoajitbry gts r by the aid ef crptcibe a II 1y kyesIiiiNadef amity M your Imafcfa fcrtMM fJtU it lzbao Bprmte 1Jtuythingiol like a ia01f i tsct a llJJiIwaa threw away r tehs si s well as anysse G1iIt1CMIi rijfiTrA f Mrs B JBdwaW Or 1 L1 tM MielbrimM to ISI hnb OflMMC IJeft baa team frein a k4s Idnu4 oi4gb4a rz a kiqs tsnav It t1ltaL t1 Mt fiatorday to father lrH DIloruittitely we art Ml all the ilarmin siptaii 4dig lo the I T11 p i lCribeatnw nL MrcbsBts rIII JI vYoi J i i t fhf TJwre U adkias wfcfcel f IiJ8rcaDnechiL Losthsbth- ebettk f if1 f r ToWsth c Jitl I to r 0ly S7 F Lt j 28th to see wGMCItag the dry fill T r t r 4JnIotraJeDoiMdm kc it Uopposas tims for oei4k5 IoritIeI ud IW s biia j t JfJ der The bea l e fcrtel teeiveV ig Urns k JJl s I 111 Oare for 8i 14 1L5- agt t 0 i kSSIre 1yJs bss Yuis4ll JlJt ared Miss MPbr1 t Caftli3 Pfc MSn fII asat sore ejtiOf tire n L I ckdaUy rait1C Ml MMft a IVpMI rO III lIR i c lit 41ai4i st h l1p fIIiwilliMi ssi Is r 5as oeloekp Itj PW 11 II t J s9ie rv i =1-i hi Nr srh talsgi tI 4 14fJACRB8This b cae of Mbe beel Came te WaihIThiMsgiven Jwiaary 195fgege of aovtsf SU a- she tTW pr ba A of t 1 XO J 4 S IL J1 8KOI t t j 4 J L CbrpeMMit MBBieo Ky eaja ttfeed Dr Bell AateptH Salve ea y kaiMk wkeh were Mr aod fa i tko beet I ever tried Itctred i opIt- tlyOflEiiIii5 Fftrmfor Sak 100 acres poj bit 1 new BB r SOS beta W LooaWd four BIBB adSberg oa it Pnosl5psrass G r w iJI tl lilt nstflptNGFl1LDgY Ii f e IPOUNe a ie ditor nd PublWber r TffWDY SEP 23 i D cRtict1 icket tr piItarj circalt Jut1gt fc H FEURMAN CcwtAtg AttjC os JIthLbtMtveTL GMAM Wity J eL1unEY IltY 41TkSACAYES1 Scty c1W JKXHOJlt 1 ritdt ied BOIJT OE A1DWoI ntei4tz 1 usii uIJailerGO C TT J 1 T W TWTCHELL cwwDL w n CRUME G IOERTSist tL tbe PeceSpriugfle1c1 xj I i ll Jofc W 6ordom c SthMkto4zdrreedcktown f tri w Wllkt pr1fteid No aad Kelly Sh4PrSUhfl19Po1h t J 1 ml frfeiHfc of Hon WD4 J Ovbrooke will be pteMed to iiNtrii tGbeil beingimpoijwDed fbt tawihtf mn from various 1 MrtMMM of UteSk becorne Jit i ift gjuididafce forISecretary of- Ff 0iiIR 111Tl1h we think oa be afoot in the right 4iiiaos lot the vemocrato as jifr Ctajbrooke ic quite popular kt IJMrfiMLtir awl would add srsgtbO M ticket He p e4UMpeoa a R pre ratty froni tMcunty two t W WM ippcitna on 2 L MvtlJ iporat coanntteeS fJ a 4 dW o splendid wor k for lbeSUte Of corH the alec + I to a k JIftlDofl yet buttt 1 will aooiibe time for the DemQ Cratn to consider who will be the cwKLWate who cm best succeed JB jitaeiDf tbe the control of J Kf Uckya affairs again in the Jb e of the Derm Mrf OLs5bcoki iaweUulJfiAd to itSpOaon and would xuake J flrceI= 1 fi1f ji JjoY iriior John A Johnson of fiJdled at Eochester- iCi t i TIa iay jaortfin follow lug aVi 6peratkit His death Will bf a distinct lIpsg to the 7 Devpcratic forcesiaithe notion iM GOtJOOCIIOI11filSiIrn of gt4lit ability and a recognized iaa4er That he was tbrice el fttd Governor of his staeI sbowVtb conf deriCe the people bad Inl hks Integrity and ability Be wat regarded as the i bestS e iNrMpect for a Democratic dwiti Ibr tbePresidencY in 1912 aMt bid Be liveid Would doubt- IjaiJltbeen nomioa ted And Iee t giLDeWitt lifttlc Early Risers the iaff sure easy gentle little liver pills Te origInal Carbpllzed Witch vHaiel Salve IsItIW1ttL The name Iciplafoly stamped on everj box It J Li llf9C cuts burns bruises soaes- bdjirajMt4 u a Q1but it Is especial Ij g l i rpncs Sold byRed Cross m4 t I J Mdntyre r jEfllifiiia Qtaiide Piles spent Sun t- 1Wd1Y night with the Misses Me I Intire f tiir and Mrs T F Keen spent Satwrday night and Sun iayWfith relatives at Penwick rJllKeenaaJR1daogb I iurfMissi j Bertha spent last tII1 day the guest of Mrs Jttssor- Mr Jim Mclntire was InOUr iitlolJdy Miss Bnitie 0 Bfyan Continues Sthe Kpeat of the Misses Mclntii e Ur Frank Keene lost a fine 1are last Monday 1 TbOHWho attended the fcJtate Fur ron here were Missel PiorawdBerths jKeeoe IDis ud Bstella Hill Paul Keene KicjaarS Field James Field X i3lliLr and otiirs Jlirs Ki A Mclntire spent fblo day with her parents Mr and Mrs Frank Keene Mrs T F Keene entertained at dinner Tue d iy the lolloping Mrs JF Leone Miss Bertha Keeae M rs J Kj Keene f qYgt GIRLS CO54JMBL 5BIOYCLE FREE Greatest off litfiMij Qet your friends tosub MMjba to our magazine and we J will Make you are ent ota iflOiOO Citlljjmbia icycle1h Mttt aIde Ask fir ptrfcoulqT riiiih a 4jLHlU 6 Eow to Start J Address i ieW 2931 E t swYiiikt Cith4 55 t witNSIs j 4yW Mwklte kic iI1tj 2kw1Jlt uni= 1 1 itrSSi iAnouncelTlents I We areautborizedto annbuncfeiQ LPEDMANtof IfepreJentatlve NO1mbereIectlCJl1 v Hardins ChapeLJspJ The members ofjf the school at IIesCb 4tWhdj jFi23ia mfiEspecially ihe boys and JtiJ bon t forget to bring y rpissi1ong Mrs Ben Haydon and Mrs H J3 Litsey ad daughter Jennie- S ntFridaywith Mrs A Canary atjd family Those that attended the State Irair from this place were Mr F rank Xjitsey Ray Logsdon Will Barker John Collins T R B lagleandMr Horace Litsey who asI been1 spending the summer with his grandparents at this place has returned to his home in Fort Worth TexasMMr and Mrs Taylor Masters and chldren spent the latter part of last week with relatives atCardwell 0 Mrs Nellie Lbgsdon and daughter Hattie spent Friday with relatives atMackvilleSMrs Andy F rrell has retujii ed home after a pleasant vhj1ttc Mrs Bettie Canary and family Mr WiU Mayes spent Sunday night with Mr Will Barker and family Mr and Mrs Will Lahham and children spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives alM Pottsvillejj Miss ella Logsdon spent several days last week with Miss Adray Canary iMrspent the latter part of fast week1 with relatives at Simms town Mriud Mrs Bud Coffee spent Monday with Mr A Canary a fndMiss Mary Alice Hiatt has returned home after a pleasant visit fo Mrs Bud Coffee Mrs Henry Stump and chit then have returned hoineafter a pheasant visitto Louisvile Mises Lela and Margie Fen lwickHattieLogsdon Sunday Btsst ever Used A B Heinleit Harri onld6ho says I hTvenseJ Dr Bells PjneTaHon thebese BeHpn the Bottle 5ScTutham Springs vMr J H Hungate was in Springfield Monday j Mr and Mrs Ivan Carey and Mr and Mrs Ivan Crbv attend ed church at Winisr urg Sunday DrJ B Y tes SamuelVand John Wells attended i the fair last week tMrbaby of Springfield were gues s of the formers parents Mr and Mrs M B Wells ofthIS place Go Saturday night the 25th there will be an ice cream sup per jt the yard of Mr J H RoyalNone invited 1Jf Blood Poison Ispreyeated by arpplying Dr Bells Anti Fain to cuts scratches and oruises It destroys all septic matte crttlts the utiMl to hi al willI Cross Roads Mn Dudley Bottoms and wii visited Mrs Sarah Sa1nthnui day Mr and MrsTomie Bugs and little daughter Bettie spent Sunday with Mr George Goode and family of Deep Creek Mr and Mrs Frank Graves and two childreii of this place spent Sturdav night and Sun Hay with Mr Will Carpenter and family of Deep Creek Mr Georgie Bugg of Tick Creek visited his sister Mrs Janje Goode Wednesday night Born to the wife of Mr Jake Burues on the 6th a fine boy Mr J H Goode and wifef visited Mr George Taylor Sun d M5ss rjf Nettie and LaurAor Orayefp spent Saturday night wlIbtbIti aunt Mrs Mary HilT ntjiCkYille rar sOrryto report M s itYJ1JrJtIngJ I 4 Rpjia Pufdoui has re k 1 turned home after a pleasant vlsitJobermQtl1er MrsS8rah Salmon of thjs place MrIi D Bottom of Shaker iiwfli other relatives at hic place mMissBirdieOravsick list hMrJ oventley Bottom and family at this blace Mrs Jamie iGoodo arid wife Q daughters Annie Lme and lora May visited Mr J H Goode and Wife Friday JYO stiothe World j Wffyatt merchant of Warren N write Please send enclosed r4er by mail lSutherlands Eagle Eyd Sive is the Jest eye remedy in the vold 25cJLitsey =Miss Adeline Cbx Spent the tter part of the week wjifh her mother in Louisville andt atten d ed the wcding pf tii sIster- issM Georgia Cox to Mr Will Jenne T MrandMrs J B Reed spent onday wither Dan Kellyw Misses Sue Reed 1d Jennie Leachman visited Miss Sue Duncan the tirst of the week orMrchased from Mr 1 hompson Sr his farm known as the Kelly hhopMrN P Thompson pur haed a buggy horse fr m MittS L achman Jr for 135 MibS Elizibeth Shirley of- Wilhsburtf is the uest of net sister MrsEJ Pinkstoni Jingrs Janes in Springtieidj Mr Charles Bevinis working on the schbolhouse at this platie Mrs Emm Yaucey is spend i nga few days with her mother MjlILMr Joe Polin NazarethrTuesday attending the funerallyf Bishop McQloskeyS Mr John Haidesty and Wife rom Oklahoma are guests ol ltheir sister Mrs Lucy Sale Mrs Mary A Noe ofrSpring field is spending tbe week viih Mrs JP Willett Mrs Sue Duncan entertained I lthe young folks of thisfcommu nity n a very delightful manner l J last evening All en joytd them selves very much 1 Hdppity Hop ArejQU just barely get ng around by the aid of crutches or a canfc9 Unless you have lost a limb or have a deforthityif your trouble is rheum tiim lumbago sprain stiff joints or anything of like nature use Ballard now Ltiniment and in no time you an throw away your crultches and bt a swell as anyone Pricecc5Oc and 8KOO Sold by Red Cross Drug Store A Retrospect Editor News Leader Through yoPtcohHnnsJwan t10 ta k sume to thoId- Say bojg bys do you remomber 46 years ago today1Dont you of Chicumauga today and how vie marched all night and went into the fight without breakfast and fought all day and until 8 oclo k at night be fire we otaIY thing to eat and tome of the boys never pat any more Poor boys you died hungry but you ditd for the flag of your country I llooked up- atiold testament this morning that 1 carried through the wa toreadihe same chapter that I read that day It was a habit of mine to read one chapter in the testament every day but I dayhaus there was no idle taU there was a sad ess on every face us we went about prepjring our supper thinking of the boys left on the field and Wo aeriousjy asked ourselves what will to monow bring jthe havy rurab ing qf aftilleijy and moviniof iinfantry told us the great fight wasnt oyer In the early dusk cff the morning found us inl line ready for heLtay and it cauf and the second day was worse than their d andeleft some more uoble boys oh the field Ni ht again closed the scehe and we silently descended the pourmarchtanoogo thus ending one of ther hardest fought battles of the civil w boys I ant tell tdlasit rfrfNoV but as lam resjuig I wanted to have a short ttalk with you as you perhaps remember mcre than I do I dont think I will eyjSr OIkalymol e orinhe lOch afcd 20tht Of Spember hey slialKbe daysrof rest for me Now boys Iam doneiw1 y dont nc of youalk howe c54 l c 7 through the columns ofthe NewsLeader I nould enjiy a sIbut you havent time Jo write arekcow how busy you by myself the older we get the- orework we try to do an th- easlipby so fast that we- aventtithe tQJhce our gardens er unJl September is here buttaite tinae to rest boys for I know you are tired Y M VCROUCH Co D 10th Ky Infty Wijlisburg Ky Sept 19 What to do in Case of Accident If skin is broken applv Dr Bells AntiPain at nce and the wound will heal quickly and never getore Used internally Bud externaly OUSfAIIr0 T E H r J For Burning Feet 1t ones foot burn and are dry they should after the evening bath ba nbbet tllbrpughly dry und good coldcream wlthIlcuty of luuollnc sbonld be rub bed in Several minute should ents oq paqh foot and the superfluous cream removal with a bit of cold cot tpn or With chpeseclbtli Tbe latter ii1et Jg easily washed should nlwn be kept on hand when told cream Is usedAfter the cream Is thoroughly rubbed to and the surplus removed the tfeet mayg be bathed wltb witch hazel with cold water containing a little nlcohoK This will stimulate the skin and the crednj already absorbed will prevent its drying the skin WItcli azel Is always gopifr for the feet I be feet perspire witch hazel or alcohol nuch diluted orn weak solution of ahrm water may be used to bathe them twtye daljyand oftendr If convenient Pumpkin Marmalade Four pounds of pumpkin three or anges three lemons and four anti oue half pounds of granulated sugar wlllI make twelve Jelly glasses of deliciousJ marmalade Use the small pie punib ikins Pare slice avid cutf In cuttos Sprinkle sugar over dry mix let stand overnight It will make a simp Add the Juice of the oranges and lem OilS but boll the rinds of the two last mentioned fruits until tender Chop fine and add to the pumpkin Simmer slowly for two hours Do not let it get mushy Use panjake turner to stir tfrnltwblch yon wish to presorve lswUole as possible Jellied Vealwtoil three pounds of stewingroot- ntilu tender seasoning with salt and j pepper whilecooklnf TIne a pint oft liquor left ben done remoye the tbones and chop meat tine love ready three had Iu lied eggs sliced thin rsleyoertthen add thi meat pour tllp liquor over nllcnll with a plaje and set In a coo1 plar This shpula stand over night Before ervlng turn ona plate with tbe ornamental side up Elderberry wiJTo three quarts of berries add three quarts of water Mtish the berries andt boll one hour then add three pounds of sugar and boll a hall hour longer Put a little cinnamon cloves ginger and mace In Brittle bag4nd boll in the wine during this halt hour When nearly cold put In a cupj of bop yeast Let It stand till done working Which Will be about two wee s then strain In and bottle forusb A Folding Doormat A foldfng doormat pat Is a eonS venience for householAers and saves money to the manufacturers that tie v iscfl l by a New Vork woman it Svlll also save househoidcra money in lo calltlea sbere1doonnat thieves ply their petty trade fonitjis no trouble FOLDS INTO SHALL SPACE at all to fold It upat nlgh and stick It in the vestibule The mitt Is made of metal with two side bars and a surface of plvotally connected slats fpldhrg like gales Attacjicd Jx opposite ends of the side bars qre Crossbars bymeiiis of which the mat maybe hell In position when in use Caro pf Pofrbhed Tablcst After each meal when the bare table used wring a sttft Cloth out of very cold water and over the table top juifkly tilt variilsli may not lie lujnmli to emove spots made dnrlng tjie moal null then rub thoroughly dry with a Hoft crtoosoclotU to polish About ovue In throe mouths a little good Polish may be used thus getting goo results vUb little trouble t Salted Almonds Blanch Jilinonds by pouring boiling water ovnr them and let th wJhcu1 until bklns nhleasily roji9cdfl lirtep itrhbkletil brown To Improve Coffee Add to the not of ttitfee wheu readj1 to serve a half teppooiiful l of vanllin uud n iplneiiOr bakiui Huda the sizeut 5 bcaih The sftda destiVvs the sour tnste free acid ln the toffee mujcilbtbt Excessive Perspiration An excMlcut jMiwiier for o tossiVe pprsplratlpn Is HiailJt of pulerUHrd ral florenIUrstanh three on lues t Finishing Skirt Seams v 12 notiinisblhet sea IUi Ptn skJiUas i 4aor pink tbeiu 1rnehsearnS arc uior Bultibl r r uqdpwpar or shirt i- Istsiiliiiiiiil r AChi1d Can Cook Dinner r The Free Fireless Cooker given with away MoHicrsbats is so simple that a child can operate it It will cook pot only MOTHERS OATS but the entire dinner meat soup potatoes without fuel and attention of any sort x Itjvill save you 80 per cent of your gas or coal billand 80 per cent of your time Just heat the MOTHERS OATS or any other fooilon yoiii stove tike offas soon asiIt boils place in the Choker which will continue the cooking until done The food carinoXbufn and cannot bort over MOTHERS OATS is the ideal food Tlie Moths Oats Cooker is given ifec with the Mothers Oats cbup9nsfound in every sanitary sealed package of Jy Mothers Oats rcautr and faniily sizes Mothers Coarse Pearl Hominy t CutMothors fthej Mothers Hominy Grits Flour JMothers Corn FIoiceV toastedl Jrrt rf 4We will ship you this 375 Fir less Cooker Free for 125 coupons Buy today ten packagesof OTHERS OAtSatL20 or ten pafckages r of assorted Mothefs Cereals at EVEN LESS send us the ten coupons taken from the packages wit 5if 15 in cash and receiveatonce a Fireless Copker Ak your grocerJf he doesnt keep Mothers Cereals write us today giving his name and yours anti we wiU send you fre1 useful souvenir1 ITHE GREAT WESTERN CEREAL OMPANY AKRON BOSTON NEW HAVEN NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA CHjtACO PITTSBURGH ALBANY ST LOUIS 4 L RtlRflL TELEPHONES MR FAtlMfeR Make your home as modern for your j family as a cito aesidence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can- be accomplished by means of our telephone service vhich jjou and your neighbor con get for a sum that is small com pared witlfthe benefits receiver Call or addre6urndar j est ollice or write direct to headquarters NashvjUe Ten HFArotERSCUlEjrKentucky Ssee Mississippi and sofutkerri portion of Indiana and lllionis CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY 1 Incoroprated L 5LACTS IN fElILIB r In schoolBudapest tt uhnrc people are taught the art of eating Switzerland does a liljijtur buliicsa hi chocolate thou in uatebiu France titds iwolf uaiiuie to join the United States In n twt orsut postal rdte ptffcunf and crews of Auttrlau thor chant shipping on tlib Adriatlq uro nearly nil ItaHuu r- Iu Denmark is an 41d nap of ICU years of age Who lti4 r nqvrr a rtllway train or a stea nship In the last fifty years the population of I ugland hay almost doubled itsolf while thft of Ireland hits decreased by about onethird In the cabin of the kaisers new rac ing yacht Meteor 113nn dak nrui chair prescntefi by Khig Edward made from tile bulwarks of Nuitaous Victory t ThQ Mexican govern incut lies con tracted with the Krupps to build is plant fur the manufacture of bullets snioIcMp powder and gULl cottmit uehr Vera Cruz Why the London directory Is nvhitpd is one of the luivstcrlea You cannot look up a lUAU In it unless you know Ulroady where be llvos or what bus- iftaelie1siu a Uhuh uipi ar 9 plenty in Iiirls They are stniigiit raced natives of north Africa Iu prosperous Algerlw blacii ineu do well Th6y speak French at Beeiu cduMtcdl Among iiie ppithpts exchanged by members of the Russian domim durlnr a recent sitting wore Ualtic pig Gertnan inonkcy Pharisaic hypo rItes and murderers So severe ire tthe now and sleet i storms of Silesia tintS the goxumracHf which owns the telephone lines lint the wires takon down each winter arid stored jnvuy until springITransparent ilfauioud have boon manufactured by the aid of electric furnaces The largest however yet produced by this moans Is bply ouc fortleth ofau inch In diameter Iti Gcrmiuy and also Iu holland girls are etnptoyod as clerks at the batiks and hotels asOasblers aid book keepers ut restaurants and at railway stations as booking ottlce devks thelnewtrsftUnt1j f wtills tn lIttlC9erUbOOlucy f leet L r TheBotIAf1entnlioUa1 bell formed 1nf1ndouU unbnItnsJ ibrdnphesrhave bin formed Africa Tbjuuian Is Independent of rpolitles Iud will day lotradeflnd lu i5tjW tr m1J propiiKJdtwestorfcrmlutmt the Jram1 JinTnli 1aclnV be i made tto order city almost It faVes j flue naturij harlxir yet a few year ago the laml WJ1Schltl nt n nnialna price Slneo theMleHsIon of lthq rail 1el W4a tuide known more than n r111Wsrtl of Iris jlfr- j a s f Itl utution f j Norwegians Are onuttou f lnfJIiiof tlilt liml of tV MUAiehi SuP uio inriiiix unknown alid thaiiks to tiic iiHiuiitahut air llfcriy Id ruiuitln so In Ill dVuut ty MtuStlon a rumor wifit firtli tiiit n ncr luis ct1tifli uttd tljl mlM riilts ititiull veiu tytlitf troubk uT Usiilfi uirtttjt which were iKWtetl nbwiit far and wUe waning all ni1ry hit siuU wjs thf case IIam t ftly csia tlir jpltaIlt riUHijlMdto i he car a w itle berth but they were told to remove their animals into safe quarters It so liit1tihiuul 4 lint the car wa tdriv cn through a dimilate Land mUch to lJinmuseiiHut iar wonder one Tan tjeles of Its owjiiiv All the iie Jl le crv inside their hutirtw and all the cattle had been unveil ilato safe quarter for tIlt occasion ItuirtuiTipolls Stilrr1 1 Painfully Polite TioiUennnt Shavkletou In a speech In repl5 to the toast uf his liealth told wn iutcrastliig story of polIteness in tM uutnxldeu reginns of the antarctic Ills party he Kald wore alwajff esi tremely good luiuiqred and polite and one profei sor in particular attained a degree of jmlitPiiPSK unusual under such trying cfrfunjJt u es Are you busy MavMiiir he culled out tine purtyII are not too busy I urn nrrevnsse4The professor is round bnngIudown a erpvausc by hliv four rfingeVit A position which he could not have occupied fof any length of tluiev Iii I Accounti4Fr It Outgojng heiids of Jtho government dcpartuicuta SolUQtlm srnnlen few personal prouiotliins upon the ova of their departure atd a clerk In the de partmeut or agrWHture believing that Socretnry VHst u v udgo Wet wayt 1 therest of the RoQsevclt cabinet rem turod to approach him with ajlftlo pfKwftr RIln recognition I slocQtbeI r tory tire clerk began r I know ltr knowlt Ute secretary saltl wnVlug him away Every one knows 1I nni a very patient nnI consid erae rnantlTarers1Veek1 t fOlEYlSKlDNEYCUW Ms KMHnyi awl aie4I1 f CQ itil11 I as1141 jJr Lf r ot dJ- John HI Sparksf WorI4 Famoiis Shows Springfleid FridayySept2Jj 1 and Trained Animal Exposition r TRIPLED IN SIZE MTY MODERN MONARCH OF TilE j ARENIC WORLD t j j r Embracing Everything Extraordinary I f and Exhibiting Everything Exceptional o Jx 1 fThree Distinctly Diversified f l and Colossally Complete Snows in One f i St UNEQTALLED IIN SIZE QUALITYAND H iN EST CHARACTER wizx jf I All the World Contributes to this iRA VELING CITY of SPLI3NIJ ifSii AMAZING ASSEMBLY OF ALL THAT S BEST IN gri THE EXHIBITION FIELD tIf m Whole World Rausaoked Forilonicrs r 41- Convocation 6f Acrobats Leaptrs Gmiiists Toaibie a sad iic i Equilibrists Startling New Feature Acts and Perforpj rces 1 Olowh onun E1J1lf20 JGrrancL Spectacular Anibitn CaraATal lj J Regal Borse jSbow Gorgtous JPageants and ToiAnn i enil rJ 7Trairipd Horses Dogs and Ponies Gruntest Traftfidt Licn iic IAmerica A Herd of PerforinlngBlepbants aI X r i The FINEST COLLECTION OF WILD ANIMALS IN THE ENTIRE WORLD AK w A X5t Containing All Earths Most Guiois Creatures The Irjreiftv it tGatherirg hiuce the Deluge Far Bajtni Ooujpansdri Spebdid Living Specimetisof AHl tha Marvelous Types of Brute CrtwtWR wGoldAT NOON Jt iIrJ t A Solid Miln of Enchautiris and jProqpssonal1 AmaiiaMt A 7 Revelation of Wealthand Splendor Costly Cn Tab1i vi5 riavs and Ch uiots Ponderous Eepbants Stately p aieI rQpM Deus of Wild Blasts Pretty Pranctrg Ponies BeauUfiil Wi IMagnifice Costumes Sd0 2Two PerMmancea Di1y2 attZnd L r t Grand fee Exbibition an Show rounds After the Parade 0 eLf fh i Is 4 i j Ik ts44it r i 1 it JOEJ 1ibE1EN J IRV1NFWMSTT i iI OA IrJhBConnagena 111 J ii INCOUPOUATEDS f fN Wvecrner 7th Market LOUISVILLE KY IIne PhotcTIE SpbclalAtteatlaa i MaII kMrCikai lJt 4 I We tflake a specialty of the Illowfng trticUa J Haltingly MrtSpriliI9l1 at IW y Belle off Marion spriig PN2 atIEverlade Wattens Sjirf i 1tltJt2Sv WeaIso1handIcMattgly I we RaMLFwI ndJjUw Spc1 bkttba pi1 i 4 Ap1elraa cikrr M Il Mn F il1J irf r ary RIsII flLfl3Si tI 4 S5A5 I 7 F w I iT wy It GT4BURTONtt tiglM BHK HT DJE ttTUtT ftETH EXTRACTED b lflHOUl PAIN kt l 1I ek3 PltL1fGFl D JtY 4 4 De tal Work Strictly Firstcln If8 f i AI tlSigen O boards to 9r am 1 to 2 1pm ce over Haydoas Drugstore R J ptonM D Ietncthtrl ktse f OtHcc MWo ita He V I Jt taI4PIctNI3S rr V WFJ GRIGSBYI ii i ATTORNEY AfT LAW os yrrowsI k HPRINFDELD KY DrjlW HYATT rQllceOVEr Bed Cross Drue Store Office hours Hyatt 1030 tQJi2 m 4 to 5 pm TJOIINYIIMAYS t iEVt viCTOR A L1CESEllEM8AM rrLEPHONEDAY 10 NlftHT 74 SP8HGFIELD JUaromd Schedule alt J Following tUth J time s6hedule t bw iIa effect on ths Bardstown ri SjttlBf field ifiJnch railroad Mor41tey je Lousville at 48p p nr Bardstown Junction g2p mJ Bardstpwn6G6pm armed it Springfield 655 p m j No 42 Leaves Springfieldi at 6OOtlt mBardst9wfl 645 a m Bit rdktown Sanction 730 a mj akiyffe at Louisyillfe820 4 m rILouisville rNo 43L ve 735 jtmf tBards own Junction V10 a tn BardatoiSi 1045 am JrrivH atStringfield 1215 p pa No 44 JlieaYe8 Springfield afft J jiBrd1town22O P moJJ Bardstown Junction 410 pm4 arri v es at Louisville 545p m No 90 Sundays only Leaves Springfieldl 715 aon Bardstown 80p a Bardatown Junction fB45a S arrlfe i at Louisville 935 iin v c No91 SUndas only Leve vJ ouTsyJllefdt 500 p m Bards to5nJiinction 645 p in Bards 1730 p m arrives at Springfiejd at825 p m LEIAWWSPKiNGHELD AUTOMO T lltE tINE SCHEDULE Lc Lebanon Leave Sprjngfield LvtN rStaiiQn 7altonHotel 1730 a m x 830 am r it iQjltjn J2 1OO p m 4 0P m 500 p ni 63piTjn 1130 p m 1OOa mJ Sunday 200 p in r 7Contantin8ile Vorren ana veils TVhnpdocs liberty iwau t lJjeTurkj Many things chiefly UP lifting oftU t i great elgbt of nuujblrtj fear Met reatbdfreIy ForMUp fiwt time in tHirty yean they could tulk read nieet itbelr friends 3U5socIate with foreign ers and travel freely from fltw ttr place oil have never lived till now saId ayonng Turk to tntv Ampug tin Turtfsb women thpgeuernl eniauclpa t tlou prodnTed Its most tvstruordlnuft J effect but lIt was sburt lived ltifey 1brtwofr their veils tIity iame out fitliii behind lUefi close laUUed win doAvi5hito sireets nud public places iV m nt to thpjileiv und iafea ant- r1te ttiiy side wltjr niou liroiKii cTrjI The lnor tnleut Bplriu held riuopeii lUHeflug In Constantino pie ntjvhiUihe woinou who spolr I deiunuded lbatHmt t Put iir old iiljtiekleH bV liHiken nsnnden The thins tvustoo urULITI l ffokisj After ft we Jfr two nynhnsjrfneei Ivpin Carrfagea WCt fitojijiinl and some of the vrqiuen fouph tyjKiiiilled tiy the rrowd Tbey full lastlnctiveiy that tl11jiid gone too far Theydrew bark The veils re aflitettn1iwrhans uot trtiwtiquu1e ii U Closely i il6fore They wire not nU ways very teloely driwn Liufure romTurky Jn Revolution by C R Biixtonlf W rl4 Chattini Record BroKen 1Jatttr Wlmlhs the Atner1n borsi- aMHB sd revolver stint broke tilt 5w 14Sori1Rt the pnnnlhpr deor tar IKtrdarlnjr the rule shooting comiHtl t S0BtlsllyFIIhudi Mr Wlnatj Hujf the Olytnpc games last rIrt the wis record at shootti tMTrtIiMg kILLmt COUCH SSW CURTht LUNGS kingsVI fllcrJt1fMl1IIt Ale LUNITIOVULE- ID BATIEYAOTOZ ZUDD i 1n11Ui f AT HOp n i of Interest 1 I IY11The Freshest and Latest I JIIII ht I J PICSJ1 1JI MHM MMMMMMMM YMMMt Large supply qf Millinery now on tiand at Miss Willie Kaotts Vffyou are thinking of buying gasoline engine see the Miama at ArO Kimballs f Rev Otho Hamiton vwilfcI preach at the Baptist church on next Sunday VAfull line of all kind Glovesf from lOc cotton gloves to 150l bucks PcJ Thomas FOR SALE40 head jgood sfockewes GEORGE CoLtiiN f Willisburg Ky sued1thisr Miss Beatrice Shewmaker FOR SALE One sow and niiie pigs and one sow and six pigs Lonnie Campbell FOR SALEA registered yearling Hereford bull Inquire otS P THOMPSON 1 Wa xpMs D At onc2 Stone Masons jL J R Mayes Road Supervisor yThe best Shoes rrno trashy stock at the right price at P J Thomas Miss Willie Knott keeps noth i uptoyour- self r FOR SAXE Will sell on tbe street Mo 1dall fresh Jersey cow TDTAPP When you want a wheat drill see the Thomas lust received a carload cf BirdseM wagons Sje them at A 0 Ki mball s VfrQR RENT House and lot on Main Cross street recently oc cupied by Dr LH Bcllebaum Apply to Miss Fannie Walljit TYou certaiuly need a Fajl Hat You want tbe latest in style Yi1Lie Themembers of he Mackville Christian Sunday School will give a conundrum supper at Mr Will Raybournes Saturday night Septeniber 2pth The graded schqol which has been open more than a week is progressing very nicely and hayebeenI STRAYED On myplaceS miles from town one black shoat weighing about 100 Ib Owner may have same by paying for feed and this advertisement Decatur Dragoon Miss Regina Rudd will give a Pie supper next Saturday Sept 25th from 3 to 10 p mtat her school house in the Osbourn district Proceeds for thebeae fit of the scool bouseI FqR SALETwo farms in grasS well improved plenty to brcCband 91 acres onpike adjoining Springfield 100 acres on pjke near Pleasant Run JOHX DEBO rLOST OR STRAYED 1 Poland China Mate bog black with weightabbut140pou information leading to recovery J R and T F Keene R2 Jim Walker a highly respect ed colored citizen of Springfield Ky died of yphoid FeVer las week He was only twentytwo years old and leaves a wife who ts also very ill with the same disease SNOTICEA11 persons know ing themselves indebted to the estate ofJames Berch deceased will call and settlesameandan l persons having claims against the estate will present same tome properly proven on or be tote October Ut 19091 M G Leachman M C W CU Mrs J W Bush received a morninglromat Helper Utah stating that her hibund Mr John Perry lbd been tccidentaUy killed at thai place We fiave not been ablt to ieara the particulars about the Mftttet but are informed that he WM n electrician Mrs Perry Is welt remembered here M Miss Dori Trotter Mr A C Kimball has pur chased a new corn mill and feed crusher which he will run at his place of business at the old Casey shop He will commence grinding next week nd will be prepared tQ grind at tiny and all times ILske Bosley our wide J awake Real Estate agentst sold John Leachman s farm near Pleasant Grove to Erskine Mont gomery for 2000 LThey also sold the JWThompson farm at Kellys SEp to Mrs Julia Leachman rMy 1ready11 ming department I will be in charge of Miss Wells who comes highly recommended by Cannon Byers wholesale millinery house Louisville Ky Give us a call and we will convince you that we have thevfery latest on our shelves Mrs Mullican over Peoples Deposit Bank Ormsby Shewmaker died Monday night after lingeringill ness of inflammatory rheuma MrFfahkand was about 21 yeah old Be was a very popular young mnhI possessing great asiness energy He is sti vired by his father one sister and two brothers The funeral services were conducted fiom the Methodist church at Willisburg Tuesday afternoon interment in cme tery at Willisburg Nad Hardin Rearr6ted eN otoriousuadthasagairt put in his appearance in Spring Qeld He has been gone nearlv six weeks and as was naturally tobe expected that was about as tong as he couldstay awayjJt was learned yesterday thati he was in Hockertown and Mar shal Grace and Jailer Caiett proceedcdto that section of the city and succeeded in locating him in a house there Discover jng the officershjurnped fromJ an upstairs window and started tprun Several shots werefired at him before he topped and surrendered He was again placed inJail where he has been wanted forjsome time to work out anvold fjne He was nott hit by any of tile shots but suffered a sprained ankle infhis leap RoyaltySelecman Antouncementig made of the marriage of Mr William R Se lecman to Miss Virginia Royal ty The weddi g will takeplace at the home of the bride aboutr the middle pF October Miss Royalty is an attractive daugh tr of Mr and Mrs J I Royal tynear town anMr Selefcman is a son of Mr and Mrs W E Selecman and a prominent young attprneyofULis place i Ed Graves Dad Mr Ed Graves died at his home at Fenwick cn last Sun day after anillness of Q10rethanI a year fronl Cancer stcmajch He wasa uAn about thel sixty years of age He had lived all ills life in the county and was Jtknown as a quiet honest and- upright cilizPd He sought to l make every mun whom he met his friend largefamily TuesdaybyDbmiuics Burial was in St Dominics cemetery J IU DC Meting The doors of the handsome home of Mrs W C McQhord were thrown open on Saturday rHWWMro trii Teeth ex traded withr out PAIN or IDANGER No charges iarii iALL WORK iIDone In this office is firs tc1asg c i in every respect and just as ad vertised a i WiYSTALLARDDBS s i rlOOM Springfield Ky lat when Miss Ann tbe charm ing hostess received in that win soul stvlpioll her own the May Faris Chapter of the U p C The program was brimful of good things Mrs Carrie Durrett fne president gave a talk on War Reminiscences Bringingf out some current events Mrs Thbmpson who assisted in the capture of Gen John Morgan r by revealing his whpreabouts the only woman pensioned for civil war service ShackeVord who captured Morgan etc The Chaplainr being absent Mrs Ida Clarkston served pro tern Mrs F Bosley arid Miss Anna McChord were an inspira tion with their well rendered musical selections M rsG C Wharton gave a most interest ing paper The jen pictures were beautiful and as they were given her by that brave and honored exconfederate captain Cra croft her father were well received Mrs Ida ClarkstoB was unanimously elect d Secre tary Other business of imp r tance was transacted Delegates were chosen to attend the State Convention at Hopkins yule viz Mrs 4J R Durrett MrsG 0 Wharton and Miss Anna McChord The social part of th4 afternoon wasidelight ful Refreshments were elegantly serv 1oTbe aext meeting will take place akthe home of Mrs John Walker p P J Stockholders MeetingI The regular annual meetingr of the stockholders ofthe Wash ington County Tobacco Warehouse Company will be heldat the office of the Company in SprHgfieldKytat 2 pm Saturday October 2d 1909 the time designated by its charter for the purpose bf electing a board of directors receiving official repcrts and the transac tion of such other business as may properly come before said meeting JASF GREGORY President 5A Bargain 1JO acre farm one mile from town all fn grass good small dwelling and good barl located on good pike Prifite 40jper acre if sold immediately LAKE BOSLEY PERSONA L Mr W E Leachman has re tu ruedf frOm Louisyillev wholhas been the charming guest of Miss Flora Mydd during the past week has returned to her home at EvansVille Irid Mr Hamilton Merrimee and Miss Merrimee have returted to tlieir homem Louisville after a weeks stay with Mr and Mrs Ben Bay onI Mr and Mrs P J Thorns have returned from a weeks stay in Louisville Mr and Mrs Tom Spaiding of Bardstown spent SundayS hereIMrs EL 3avjson entertained a number of friends at Flinch Thursday Miss Willie Knott spent several days in Louisville thisweek Miss Effie Foster is the gues of friends in HarrodsbUrg this week JrMILLINERY OP ENINGI FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Octbber 1st and 2d You are cordially invited to attend the Fall and Winter Display of Millinery The swelleit line of flaintcivnS s WATHENSiiADER a Over J J1 Graves Jewelry Store o is Mr and Mrs Jesse Rapier tbeirnomeatfand Mrs C L Price Miss reiafter a visit to Miss Margaret I Hagan Mrs H M Qnan spent last I week in Louisville I Mrs Felix Hamilton of Leb atton spent several days at the home of S E Clements this week palaingfuneral of their aunt Mrs J P Edelen Mr JohnWycoff was in towtf Saturday Mrs E L Davison entertained at ouchre Saturday afternoon Miss Kate Wharton was the winner of the prise Mr and Mrs John Tobin have returned from a visit to Mr Tobins daughter Mrs BerthaMann at Bradfordsville Judge W E Sekcman wifej anfli daughter Miss Lucy spent MiddlesborooIMr Jake times left Tuesday for Bowling Green where he will resume his studies in Potter Bible College Mrs Katie Ballard Murphy and children pf Lebanon ition spent several days b e JuncJJJ week the guests of Mrs Kelly I Richard Tong and wife of Danville Ill are visiting the 4 family of J At Tong of this place Miss Fanny JB Smith is Bloomfieldtpday inIII Mr Louis Cainand Miss Eddie ShaJer were iu Lebanon Sunday Mr B D Lake andlittJef daughter are iin Bloom field to day S a Mrr Tom King of Cam pbells ville is in town this weektl J1attorneyspent a few days here last week Messrs O H Mclntire LO McCarty Evan Hag n Wathen Simms and Harry Shader nnd wife spent Sunday in Louisville i Mrs Greg Edelen and Miss K te Edelen spent Monday in Lebanon Miss Minnie Bl ford returned home from LcuisvilloSuodaya Mrs Carrie Miller rind John a Miller and Miss Bessie Miller of Danville spent the week ndU with the family of Gregory Ed lenlyMiss Sadie Parrott spent Sat urday and Sunday inlred4p ickstownr ll SMrsdin of Louteyilte are here 11tMr Roman iM raja and sister Miss Qlantialaus spent last week in Louisville and Shelby ville- Miss Margaret Shader is in Louisville this re= kJ l Miss Mmnie McClellan has retuFned from a visitto Paris4tt FOIEYSHONIT TAR r HUdrnt muff tun No opiate Go With Rush The demand for that wonflerjul Stomachach Llyer and Kidney cure DrKings New Life Pills is astound tng Haydon Robertson say they never saw the like Its because they ncyer fall to cure Sour Stomach Constipation Indigestion Biliousness Jaundice Sick HtadaheChi1is an Malaria Only 2Sc Sold by Haydon Robertson WANTEDSuccEss MAGA ZINE wants an energetic and responsible man of jwbman in Springfield Ky to collect for renewals and soltcjtttnew sulp = scriptions during full or spare time Experience unnecessary Any one can start among friends and acquaintances and build up a paying and permanent business without capital Complete oUt- fit and instructions free Ad dress VON Success Magazine Room 103 Success Maga zine Building NewS York City NY NlgtitI On Bald Mountain On ajlonely nijjht Alex Benton of Fort Edward N YcUmed Bald Mountainto the home of a neighbor tortured by Asthma bent on curing him with Dr Kings New Discovery that hadi cured hlmself of asthma This wbnderf medicine soon reliev ed and quickly cured his neighbor LatUre Jt cured his sons wife of sever lung trquble MUli ons believeS its the greatest Throat and lung cure on earth Coughs Colds Crouji areFver Grip and Whooping Cough 50c I and 1O4Trialbottle free Guaran teed by Haydon Robertson a 1SJiR ij- Receivtllg Fall goods rLvepy Ba Now I you should see tKe grektes ilintf Mens Fine Suits J anythiibetter g j I TIT High Art Clothes A Guarantee Goes witboeacL Suittot I Overcoat I Vfe are also receiving daily our Winter Shoes 1 L Men and Boys Women and Children IIfor f New Underwear andJHosIery f II- jj The Rob rts nplaybroote l Got i V 1 SThCORPORATED rl J f iii ii 1 4 PaWic Sale of FARM STOCK Etc Having termQ to removel rom the State I will on Satnrdaj OctoberO 99 1909 tI oclock pm1at my reii idence near Fenwick Washing on county Ky sell at public my firm containing fiB 12 Acres Also 6 hjad horses a lot stock hogs 1 yearling helter hqust InId and kitch ri Jfurniture farm ing implements anji many other articles of personal property The farm isjj situated on jhe Springfield and Mackville turn pike andcontains a comfortable dwelling containing six roOms nd other but houses as wellf as gooa blacksmith shop TERMS OF SALE or thelarm onefquith cash remainder in one JLwo and three ear bearing interest from date payable annually Personal roperty for all sums of 10 or r less cash amqunts in excess of iOon a credit ofix mouths with good personal security with terest from diLts MRSW G ADAMS Under the guidance or we Vtilte Cross society Qtenerna seconil congress for the repression of fraud lutl1Q prcKluctlnn and manufacture of fooii products will b held at Paris next October Dr Raymond Pearl and Frank Sur face of the University of Ialue find that selection for lilgb egg du tlqUI carriedon for nine consecutive did not lend Olany Increase In tl1 average production of the flocks lrr A Geneva boy aged fifteen who accidentally lodged the bullet of iin ILIr gun In his bearrwas taken to the boa pital where Dr GIrard opened the wound extracted the ball and sewed up the heart The victim Is now out of tMunlcbt halt n million Inhabitants has only r18 aoth cry shops and 773 physicians PermTssfon was fately sough to build two new drug stores but the ppothe carles protested and the authorities refused their consent j Perhaps because Of the revolution j western Europe Is full of Turks thisI year Turks In costume merchants j politicians trdrelers Some take their wives along not common In past yenru curious silentt relied or hajf veiled little shuffling women t There Is In London a school for mothers One jor woman was dls solved In ttears wheg her baby was r undressed at the hqspltal and Its west ted limbs revealed She Ingenuously explained her grief by inylngJbnlo1t was a beautiful child last time It was undressed Manitoba beodme f a province Jn 187a Its population was fti2CO In iSSl ir2 In 1S01 and 2TM2U In 1001 The ralue of MiuiiuiniS harvest lastt sear was a little short Of S70000000 The census of 1001 gave Winnipeg Its cap Ifrifclty a populntlon of OOOQ There tsnoihlng wild In a guess that jts pres rut population is Hot far from 1200001 Many unsufcepsfuj attempts to pro luce a ifonluGiuurtiafile celluloid have j vausod new nbstances of the kind to be received with skepticism but It Is claimed that thecellite of Dr A Elchengrun matte ajjDusscldorf acr moy lsa chcap and useful Material It Is expectqd to prove especially rau i able for really safe moving picture Ohms Wt Warde Fowler Jvfho wrote So del Life at Rome thtbo Age of CIcero declnr sbnttbige of cl r6I Is one of the most important perlbd cit 1tomnn history onff that th GIcert nlatr correspondence of tnor Itliah bOG conterapoTary IeJttrsi3 lid tifthesf treasure hius6tSPCia1lte hat has survived from any period of hR ilHI 3Lit1Lv UTIEIUNIl EWtE m SUTE J II ti t t LDkINK AI f i e FAN TnZ J 1 1 The Drink that helpsyou thinK I I ISThe drink of the Fans Rich Rcdn fBrfic- yrIV JXLI Good Tflll TIt ast ILJQd l1C 1Ct4aU 1 t IS G 00jV t JI i I 1itrSFAN AZ The Pennt Winner j0i1t J IFAN TAZ TheJilt of the Se37 r i4x i TRY IT AND FIND OUT t 1d i t I ihr t t Its SparkIing Exhilarating at r l Ktie ilertIlen rOs 2 J ICELeS SODA FOUNTAIN i frW i i I J i0 Wi M l Do You lXlyy8n tB y 4 t l A FARM ji 3l tl s r We can sell you one nysleJ nl locto aay t1t PrICElVfea ready tall timesto ahowyo Ce y t and see usi About f ti100 FARMS 4jIf tlhftrfr I in our Lands See partial list belbw 44 ri f4-1 Y rol ICO acresb5 miles frdm Lebanon S mile SfrMfieMt f 1iRroom dwelling in goad repair 3 barns plenty of grss pleat et fr all under good fence Price 5000 per acre 02 237 acres six miles from SpringfieHf o god pik2 7 houses 2 stock barns 00 acres of new lame pkty if f IIwater plenty of never failing water all under oodie ce tS 195 acres 1 mile from Springfield 2 dwelliaf UMH 3 1 houses 2 barns plenty of water all of farm era au good fence Price 55 per acre jj 4 86 12 acres 1 mile east of Mackville 8 rc6 i dwtl lrr y tobacco barn all outbuildings fine orchard dOM trcM au v lb icIIunder of Price fruit alt 3500 under good fence plenty of water j4 rfit I itS5 128 acres milesirom Springfield 11 ikf fNaJilll iVe1Ung n good repafr la acre tobacco bani KWi fteitir iof timber gciod stock barn all the farzill rake tc Fc545peracfe J j J No6 120 acres 7 room dweJling 12 acre tobacc bi 11 1 stock barn 100 acres fine river bottomland 20 crM elU k4 iM under good fence no overflow land PflceJK per ac tjii f7f No 7 200 acres on good pike brick dwellinf tcMMA liM i1jI 3 tobacco barns fine tobacco land at least oBchalf HtM fMnp V land Price 840 per acre f No 8 12 acres 1 mile from Springfield oa pike S rosa dwelling in good repair good barn all under good Inc e ty4 of fruit plenty of water Price 32500 No 0 150 acres 1 mile from pike oa county road 1 i elroor Loretto ci 7 room dwelljng in goodrepair all uaderfMifctICe all s except 10 acres plenty df water tclepMM rRsl Jfine stock barn 60 it square p enty of tobacco land Pjt IIinlgra acre J 10 06 acres imllerfrom Springfield clM to ctMi C t Jdwelling in good repair tobacco bar 3ixfr4f M Mkbsr v 7 igood fence plenty of locust posts Pricesllpl J ff 7 f 1fj EYES TESTED llj1 lII J MJ R118selj a IL EWE R AND Olfi I Ii li Li 4 I coils BIIt wa on tte luucuhjf c a1114 T Itbzt bit ihe Gotefiiderale GisA Frasi r I aakffl qr CtaMnU Btt 8Ide tu ctia JA K- attiaaIb tet toWu I Srt jiiI force top at iB It Mi I Jocwe ngilaof artayto by tW Co frd I orattt Tkt i7was M I mmploa KooxvfUe ami Gnfl wthppMrItsItI Mw railp d wttb wf tsr Oiist Jripjr army Tbe ordered ta meet tMH t r of tt JPedofaJo wko were t jSs wa4terwaril JoiUk learned t ap ot Gtovar JL Ji Lees a of M khra ffcftftia 1fQ kj re Met lIb rckof tbfr x RIss4ss1d5aei Bnt be s4 Pc w1t JMtlMt host wsd iras fiMbIe that 1 rrwiy kM dows ka- anv aafl OMnrak Bek cr awl JQBM M6M t Mas otINK Tea IiiIiIIiL = i QMnral LMwrtrMt ted trUkatly ex t Oeaeis1 D 11 HIlTS t eeu4M t cure poetlniU CatI MfB XP to PIp mountain wfcb fe beateN miles from Cbatta I a spur of Lookout mountain w to bis vote but as Ge- eIdfl od KM1 still hoped for tlWOfItOrtunlty1tit I It WM at Hita jttB tvre that General apes BItI left wing cioNd ttw gateway tt Backners ti k Tala was the taraJag pdlnt la it apcHjr Tfetory for the UnlpBTln 111L1I1t iraa at Gordoss Mills that we met Oraffal llrit CKbrnn Aera o mssketryde as reel aefr tbMeat and tbereiwaS ft6e that we were obliged towtttdraw Ma ketf r jwaltloo on the WIL TfcM aiffet caaM abnawere Just nlt kw o tie kIll soelose tfcat we ee1d r1tek10Ice Ibtt aHi Met sad tprtk toeacl1I hr Uae oars their caaap was UQ kL iTiery Wen reflated corn rfAiir ttlli aaM owasto a mascot 3Pfce aiaaot of Coap Niay H was Ted 7 It h ha4 any other same we did Mt kaw It aad doabt ltl1e dkL Xt was a hfuwtcw sort of balf wit jriw j4 fotfow 4 the array from the t IHMr Ui was a bappyjro kKky wlfkt rarely understanding th- eMPtbdkiiabutsanJaMlac rtMtf falaeaal and good naturej Mg w I terbltlN house place oft tlte1jl afd be aeeaMd not to kaow how It be caaw W hetkkdevot1on to It was so ijz that we had learned toreIapact t itOsefadarates llM were early asjlr aJki we issid hear Ute horsea bmpc vtk4r bMsthaei exchangIng wapia ahiat the prey aratkma tot the ay O ears they tried the bhltrcaeai a a el raMac sbowta every ajraa tbea aa if reeaforceraeats ka4 MM We were reedy for thett hard diagr to me retlag OB our arms tgisr the Pot battle iiiiiaiyt abes t 7 oclock a flurry wes J tJt in Hrt ak and a crasb cainedGaea4 Ctefcaras eM bad struck ouro rifkt wiac aad that awful rebel yell a iaesStik aw eart aharply reverber atiac HaroHh the pass and we knew s taat MaMtatec wexpected hd oc efrred We had BO time to question what that BiJgbt be but later we tearae that Qeaeral Buckners mend atriBftlirtifil our nel bbofs force aad iiew re la for the conflictt 4Mgeb eelM Wt were lorpd t Ilfe had sotQxpce4 It to occ1irantnIaweh Mec In tbe day caate herrMe Soatebow we felt tbat a crtota IMIt altofetber to be desired by aa war at Mad At thte daiptrate Juncture Teddy t plantII iM3 e200 yards MK Here be jwfwled Its flag I i Jeer forget the thrill that swept f jay awril as the folds of that splendid rteclto the breeze Was It ethalf SI oed then I think so now Tbe ts seemed to wrap its stars and atripiMi la a very glery of brightness nnswerlngItIN Uo f Its cotonTheStarSpanI t glled Vaaaer aid a shout to mat- chthf the rebels rose on the air fTJie lag with the cross of the soathI wsplak1tyto be seen In the advanc tac llse luJde1lT the maddening r rofthe Confederates censed an4IWf saw their column waver the flag J CMae deWs aad there followed a chAr d iiraibMd retreat It is a matter of oftnleiajr had carried oat their original In iOe to eagage as before the second llTisieji came to our relief the history c4 tttttmong the clouds wftld have bad a different telling AtWr a1Jlt IflMftbe repetition of tbe fat that wji are the creatures of clr a taliMUaceiK noeer taken prisoner Conisejhad bees reeaforctd they thought Jgaait aot to force the fight as with iit7 lackaeis help It wotild have been steertb disaster JAad se it was tbat Teddys flag the Maseet of Company HIiid done the week y may call It a Special prove Jileaee K yes will but the tacts are as- lt WI theas 4 aid as many a bluecoat f heee irlwere blackened by pow 4 ktt aaTat Gbrdoas Mills will- Ii TW Hkonft Lesson A horotf biri of long beak and tall a WM IIe1btIc KllrerBe63W tty fiaallty of carp ndplkcthe itore IIii a great eater of Ifh slid hi e iM es41y have caaffctttbem hat hi vwaoit iMWfrv Tbis was a very good yi oaog A law womeata later his ap jth4 caiee bade to him sad be re Ipniod lo ttbr M0e of tbe water to iBnd Mtkiflc tP eat Bttt the pike aad Ii VP wore o lotber It was witomCJJIlt hlzii biufj tuore wolld r exclaimed r ay IWhatI t rjfooir Ww aod bta wc t bsthg to aayJ clad momfh to nim i 5t and dooJtb es dif I Often in bag will mttch we mn the risk I the Daachg Pa Tofe a pin halfway taroagh a gree ta waklar tbe two eeds as ealy aa jwjhte therme welf htI e let the peteteoaea little mere than balf way HMevcb Tbeu break off the sem of a eom aw ctey ptoe and the toy will be eewpleted To make the pea dance p t It top of the plpeatem the pot t the pin stkkisg down the bore Threw your heed bdt wtth the pipe ta yodf mouth so that the stern MLJ Jie Iteld vertically atMl blow gently 7Ua will make the pee rise Keep btewfeg harder until the pea rises ea tlrely froa the pipe ana1 Is supported in tbeair It will now begin to spin round and round and turn over and over all tbe while bobbing up and dowa aa long as the current of air Is- kefltttp The darice may be changed by JiHiIn the pin Hp to Its head The will now rise to the top of the pipe n jLttael slowly aad with great dig riy nround the edge or If the blast L a little stronger It will spin rapidly nuIestbe blower stops to laugb when It is apt to fall Into the open mouth below j JOnceJ wan who owned a fine horse which was very shy of an open umbrella and was not safe when be saw one He often thought bow he coaldI break the horse of this bad h After thinking a long time pe do cMefl to put a potato on the end of a closed umbrella as thehorse was very fond of potatoes He repeated this several mornings until tbe horse was set shy of it opened tbe umbrella a little IThenhe daX until he could open It all the way But tbe bones master was not sure the plan would do out of doors outtsame umbrellas Instead Jpf being frlgbteaed be went toward the umbrel expecting to get a potatoI horse did not get one but when Ilas reached home he had several that he never eared an um brella SOyou see It takes kindness anti patience to get along with anI- mals Thiittla Princesses There were once three princesses Their mother the queen was dead and there was going to be a new queen Now the question was Who was It going to be Once the three princesses were sit ting in tbe garden 1be youngest one whose name was Irene said I am going to be queen I am smarter than you are No I am said lliriam I am twice as smart 8800 1 am older and more able to rule tbe people than you are The oldest one Rosa did not speak hea She said til do not fight with ray sisters The king happened to pass by the garden where they were sitting He said Rosa you are queen because you did not fight with your sisters And Rosa was the queen and a good one at that The Quakers Meeting The players kneel upon the ground one knee and rest their bands upon tbe other knee twiddling their thumbs all the time The one at the head of he line asks tbe others Friends did you hear of Brother Onadlaha death und how he dledt Tbe answer will beVNo bow did be ieT Then the leader says With ne finger up with one eye shut and with one shoulder awry As he speaks be must suit his actions to his 1flaiLI fAccording e Mobammedantueda tenanlmalsare admitted into paradise These ten are ihe dog Bantams ass Solomons ant Jonahs whale the ram of Ishmael the queen of Sb bas ass the camel of Salt the cuckoo of Bllkls ihe ox of Moses and the anlmalcailed- il Borah which conveyed Mohammed o heaven Cemvings When the lea cream has emptied out And has been ielped around Our mother brIngs the freezer out Ajad sets It on the ground She gives us three a spoon apiece And Says Now scrape away Then leaves it all to Jack and me And little sister May t Nicholas the Kind Cat HnrrlngtonIdJledup and hung the pieces In his wood shed Mrs Harringtons cat climbed Into the shed tbat night stole a large pork chop and carried it home to her mistress The minister happened call ou the old lady the next day tlwas Just frying the hopShc told theministcr how miraculously tt had been brought to her by the c t t And oh sir she sold piousy It was almost beautifu to see the way the sWeet animal brought me tbelpolic chop It quite recalled to my mind what we read in Holy Writ about Elijah nod the ravens Exchanges f The Courtship Gate We uai been shown u design for an uphnlsterM front gate which seems Thetootboirdwarm soiipstoue ou path side the itt side step being adjustable so short girl can bring her lips line of any glun uiusfiiche thutnrr trouble If the gate IIs p IDaun Lou hand nut JI U post takes the young man by the left ear turaj him around ttIheiIs at oiue tirtPd towaiil home by a steel foot The girl can if she likes set this part at a later hour than 1030 Jones Con tyGa News BatteryForEnglands tutU the Avorlds greatest fortress without being observed even ht night Is a practical Impossibility owing 10tthe great battery of searcV jlgbts arranged doug the bottom of the rock A ship running either In or uut runs Into one of the fixed hcanis movingbeamthe lookout officers are featlslled ns to her Intentions Popular Mechanics Clothes quotc They mad mesata a retired noI iIb tatsiftecruuttsrj t Samcthing From 1lothing is llttIU5MUtO tO take soinetbig- rt 1uti1iinuutl tn vle g- ittt k3Irotty clost t I- tipriRejfft1oceitout n sqtte- Li t7rtUtFt1 itjile inuttf j Womans Beautyv Some women retain tE ir beauty tan advanced age But women who regularly endure pain age rapidly for suffering leaves its lasting marks on them Nearly aELwomen suffer more or less witE some form of female trouble It should not be neglected takingOauiBegin at once and give Tardui a fair trial TAK CRDUIJ It Will Help You Sirs Katie Burlison GoreVille HL tried Caitfui anH wrifeg HI suffered with fe naletroub s and was so sick I could n9t stand on my feet vFinally I began to take Cardui and loon began to mend Now I am able to do all my housework and am ia much better health than I was before Try it AT ALL DRUG STOBESI l GOOD JOCKEYS SCARCE Shilling Powers aid Toplin About the Best at Present While the country ia not as well prO- vided with jockey this Ytmr as usual there are sufficient riders but few stars Probably Shilling Is tht premier but on account of vishlug to gtt out of his contract with n L Thomas for whom herjjlos he went to Vancouver B C thinking himself out ot reach Mr Thomas flnally sucfceeded lii get- tIng him buck and he has again re sumed rldhiHis services are much sought after and John E Madden is one of his patrons V Rowers Is probably next best and be is iunder contract tQBarney Schrei ber Tom Shaw having second call Powel1l isjn good demand all the time and there are few races in wliic1ihe falls to have a mount He isa strong finisher but at times very listless and he was much censured for a ride he put up on Queen Marguerite at You kers R Sfioville is E R Bradleys boy James IL Kegne has second rail him and he lilso rides for Woodford Clay His work has been cjean and good throughout and hris always able to get a mount uheh free from con TUE1EDDIK TAPLIK ONR OF LEADING JOCKEYS IN EAST tract engagements Edle Dugan lias lost friends through his rough riding and he Is constantly til trouble on this account He is a finished rIder and when he has the mount he can be de headed upouto win He is very alert at the post and after W Miller tin best post rider seen on New York tracks In the last two or three years August l01mont has first callon him He also rides for UniTy Payne Whit ney and the iNewcastle stable Tom Welch is one Of his stanchcst friends Eddie Iap1hi ls now a full fledged jockey his apre11tIeeshIp having Just expired He tins won a number of races for his employer H G Bedwell and has attracted more foAprable crit icism than any of the yonugsters rid ing this season He uses excellent judgment iu long races waits patiently nnd generally has something left to flu ish with Ills riding pleased John Sanford So much that he obtained see end call on his services 1Iou8lmidIgIle an one of the best HcJ is under contract to A G Blnkely and being very light lila services are in demand by promi nent stables James It Keenes and others OPEN GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP Dates and Conditions For Big Ne York Tournament Sept 16 and 17 Details of the Metropolitan open gdlf championship to be held at the Wykagyl Country club New BOchelle NY Sept 10 and 17 have begzian iounced Tile tournament Is open to amateurs and professionals of nil sec tions Aa previously the contest will be at seventytwo hooss medal play The lull r to be liiO In cash and a 1first medal the second 100 All told sic eIght cash prizes nncIUOh prizes for low scores by rounds and days On Sept 13 before the tournament there will be an open invitation tight een holes medal pin four ball bestll bull match the jtentns consisting of an amateur and professional The prizes are to be 100 00 and 40 COMING S OT EVENTS Pnckcy 3IcFarland and tiny Broil Ron will box tveiity rounds at 133 pounds in New Orleans Sept 12 The annual Intercollegiate golf cliam pionship tournament will be held pver the Apawamls club links Rye N Y Sept 13 to 18 Monday and Tuesday wlll be devoted to team matches the Individual championship starting lon tVeduesday with a thirtysix holequal Snt1lrdlThe jfodtiAirsiqUad of the University of Iqniisjvaiiia will start practice Hhorilyi 3iont of last years team Ii1Ye ienortw ed to report at Beach er thepreIhn1uiiJtjjiijjrjr JACK UTCcil of Dulitnx thIs years winner of the national sculling cham pionship at Detroit and the first man to take the title froth the United States since tbi Championship event was started ten years ago may row In a special race In the annual regatta of the New England Rowmg iissochi tlbn on the Charles river Boston Sept T ALEXANDER SNAKE kStory of Magic anti Credulity laths Olden Daysl No snakethnt ever lived won greater l fame for the time than Alexaudcrrs Lucian tells the story Apollonius a master of titangle arts had many disciples among whom was u practlc iu physician who lvd in Abouotl chus tl smrJ town on slie sbdre of the Black sea There Aliander was Ubrn 1of humble parentage und Imbibe J front the old doctor till that he hud learned from Apollonius of medicine and mag ic He was a lad of striking appearance tall handsome with a flue head df hulr lustrous brOwn eyes midt voice sweet und limpid God grant wrote Lucian who knew him that may never meet with such anothii His coming was wonderful his dor terlty matchless His eagerness tot knowledge his capacity for lear ln1 and power or lileIilory werp equall extraordlnary Such wits the welj favored younr pensant who willed fort from his n tie ton la yci rch of latin and PcfrHlIlff and sontevrt fit jpglIIr Tlp t roguis joItM fii TS and Viuand v ibiut tellP rllrhtll1srrrhlng Polla thpv Tonrdia greatt liuinbor 0 huge hnrnilcss niiki j which lived I the houses playell and slept with tin ciilldroii lul ditetroyed poisonous rata Alexander promptl purebased one of the largest a veritable monster Rd tam that It would coil about his body and retnan in any desired position Tiipii he made d human face for It out of linen painted Jt ingeniously and shaped it so that the mouth would open nnd shut by an arrangement of horsehair letting the forked tongue shoot In and out at the will Of the master Having no further use for Cocounas lic either administered poison to him or let him die frOnt some infection and returned with hIs snake to his native town There he declared himself a prophet and announcedthat the god Aesculapius was about tolarP peat The people were credulous ex- cItable and eager for a new divinity When the great day arrived Alexan der pretended to discover in a puddle of water a goose egg which he had placed there after removing the con tents substituting a small embryo snake just born and carefully seallup the shell with wax Wfieu the rtiultltude had gathered be broke the shell ann produced the tiny creature which In a few moments grew to be the monster from Pella by the simple processM substitution Thereafter the big snake bellevpd to be Acscuh plus led a busy lire lie gave seances told fortunes n writing and even spoke freely wlhi the aid of the prophets vcutriloqultil powers Alexander grow rich anti poW erful kept a small army of retainer and spies wielded no little Inlluencf over the government even ntRomutml died at a ripe bid age Iu the fullness of his renown What became of the anake nobody knows Probably at the his the prophet dispatched the falthfitl creature to prevent tho discovery of hIs IInrIPresence of Mind Mayor Stoy of Atlantic City Nyip tb remllrknble yhlgThese meu have presence of mind tmindt tiuued Utn aped duck hunter tltit wi called Old Presence of Mind Ve called bUn Old Iresence o MindTblcUU11J1 ouie went ducking a bos with a friend The bay roughened up1 anti tthe friend fell over board Hut its he wIts sinking in lu ItS water he managed to clutch with his chilled hoOd the edge of the fmll little sneak box Tlip old duck hunter used to con dUde this thrMIng tale with the wordar I And gouts if I hadnt hud the presence of mind tQ unship ah oar and whnck him over the fingers Id have been drowned as he was bespeaksbutwhat he has been saying AH Athletic Game vHIIenIman the young man being a good football player Naturally the oonver jatlon drifted to the game of foot ball The young manturned to one of the old men and asked him If he had ever played the game The veteran thought fully blew a cloud of tobacco smoke rom Ills HpsTlud iQpued I Nay lndfle n t1 them athletic verplnyedntnoneJ London Mall jjji wMAN AND FASHIGJ A Sleeping Car Robe What to wear Iu the sleeping car Is alwaysg u very Important question to women when golrig on a journey An ordluary bath robe mpy do butto the simplicity oil thai garment haves been added many features which a feminine tourist wjjl appreciate a 4OF LloIrrnLvataApE lined to bide her disheveled tressesa deep pocket situ Adequate fastVnJngs The robs lure pktured ls of light blue Cotton1erz4ie It Is made amply full ldwill appeal to the woman wbo wishes to appear as neatly clad as possible when passing to the lavatory The trlmiulng Is of china silk in Persian design and the robe is fan tened with loops made of the silk and large button molds also covered with silk The Dire toir own a Blessing ifiiere is au hate resting fact about the much dire toire styles which tulketltttt geueralty over looked who talk or write about the sleiider vrlllowy eQect orthe tbeywwunitnwere undergoing great torture iu giving themselvjss the long straight Ittestliat the stylesdeuaaud But arf a matter of fact the change lu the figure hasbeen decidedly beue tidal It sounds startling but tbe directoire ityles have done more for hygienic Jressipg thaUvUny dress reform wove inen ever started lu reducing the hips the waist mean tire has been enlarged and as soon is the waist was enlarged the din phragm was let loose and women wreathed The corsetleres have risen 10 the joccasion and are now vying vlth one another In the production ot lygienic corsets The poor diaphragm too usresponded to every net ot tin cs1nnd natural breathing Is udj the rule among all women who really now what Is up to date And with natural Breathing come a correct and lIgnified poise grace of movement and bust and lung development all of which are Undeniably desirable So it will be a sorry day after nfl when the much ridiculed tube gown disappears and hips again proclaim their exist ence Fad Fr Colored Blouses leploileolororquently called is evidenced In many of tub expensive lingerie blouses For wear with a pongee or linen saltotIthis shade it Is the acme of time coolness at least so far as ap pearance goes f One delightfully dalnt blouse In this coloring was recently eel fabric of canary colored Qbeentlrj j worked in eyelet embroidery a jabot of plaited white mull with a canary colored border finishing tbeI front from the neck to the waist line This was worn with a tailor made linen suit of the same shadr hnd a black hat turned up Bharpiy onY one ddr 1 A Normal Waist Once More The waist Hue Is quietly settling back into Itftorigiiinl and natural posi tion The more the frock Is draped the more It will toke the waist line into Its old place That the return of the pointed bodice Is not far off was IndUnted Iu a eon tllDIP b a ftUUB iJVirwr of ftiria Epilepsy FitsoMy son wascltrcdof a vcr bad case of epilepsy with Dr Miles Nervine MRS D BAKER Cleveland O My little daughter who was afflicted with St Vitus 0ahce is now entirely well after taking Dr Miles Nervine only four monthsMRS C G BENNETT I Alma Mich Epilepsy Fits Stv Vitus Dance and Spasms are all nerv ous diseases They have been cured in so many instances with Dr Miles Nervine that it ii reasonable to conclude that its almost sure to cure you With nervous diseases of a severe type persistent use has almost invariably resulted in a cpmplete cure or lasting bcnefits worth many times the costofthe tem edy The best evidence you can get of its merits is to write to those vho haVe used it Get a bottle frbnvyour druggist Tak 1 1f1 turn your money aof = iTaI 3 ki r tITI f 4aj r f p f r rIji= 4tdf rf II ffo 4 I 1 fi4i The work of orgariizjng tiefrEj t jrA t Gt 1 7 i I t CitizensA 4 J1fI w t1 I 1 K Tt i I itJt Nationati t ttiC frl t t bC r LifwIJ ti I 4It J t J InsuranceTi I l 11 7 j i iT f J F f C tI tIJ rvN Xoo gf ompany i if i 4 t1fi i f I H IIIT f r Will jcontfnue but IS not necessary to tZ f k t pfurthr publifn the subscrjptlonsmadee t a v Jfi f each week This record of SUbsqriPti n A 1 u 1 IL X 7teI1sitsownstoryI 1rf I T r d i Jttii 7 J i + 9 r4 t First Week August 2t Jj r L 1 1d1 iffl 10696000 t i I l r f fJ tt Xt Total Second WeekJ August 9 i ii I zl 2OO24OOO trm r tT0ta1 Third Wek August J6 ttt f1 jA f1 J 1 f4 jtijj s345ooooo J ATotal Fourth Week August 23 j riiij j 46946000 t J r f d ttwTotal Fifth week August30 s i f t 6Oi7OObO i 1I Jr JI Tbtal Sjxth week September 6 i 73322OOOri i L l Seventh week September l13 C Jif STsotfil 660OO L i 4 r EIGHTH WEEKOVE- R1YI00000quoo S 1 h 1 r 4 IF YOU ARE NTEH STEPFILJOUTAMML THIS eQMRJw tt1 fW H GREGORY NEWSLEADER SPR NGrLI1 KY tfu i rJ tLOUISViLLE KY J PiPlease send me fulll informathrnis to the CITIZENS NATIQAL LTEEtuj ji i r lNSURANCE COMJ ANY W i t wk t i 1 fo NA Ita y r f tr ifi7i f r f otADbRESS Pi i d u3r 3 t i tworn ny th leauuiK limy inn rnsuiun able theater In London reeentiy It wuHof cerise tussore the bodice cut very long and quaintly at the back With it worn n Puritan collar of valendennes lace A Clevcr A clever devht f Deviceii shrinkage at the b ttonvnf ai wash skirt Is to ituri n tuck uroiind 0110 WlfIinside edge of tUelion First Iml with basting thread the lower edae otIthcr skirt when It k fo be tiiimd upI then run in tile tuck before the skirt Is turned up and wwed Before send ing the skirt to the laundry rlpinut the tuck nnd th re will he sufTlonf lenstli to allow fort shrinkage The Country Cousin Glenn H Curt Is discussing aviation Jt4a New York reporter said with smiling Impatience Really thcuKli your questions show remarkable Ignorance of the prlucU pies of flight If you are going to rfr port aeronautical things why dont you rondo up aeronautics Your questions asltlis denote an Ignorance equal to the westerners This westerner oil nhdt to lila rich Pitlsburg cousin tame dotvu to reakfast every iiiornl jrwlththecanio gunhil CIUtstloutnow Is things One mornIng the rich cousin hIs nerves being a little on edge scowled a black scowl at this question and said J Why the dickens do you alwflys say uHowls tblngaT Jetbro Jethro loOkedl surprIsed and hurt I 4BcrausX he Tinswered I want to know how things is thats why1 o Under Examination Do you know tho prisoner well asked the attorney Never knew him lllrepHqd tho Vltnoss J Did yqu cvor see lite Drisoncr at ho lair Tcekidany n think with him wo d thovepiyr VHow loug hayi ytiu kndwn this tuan From twofect ii4jflvfet ten Stand downy iyoflrnth lolwj r In disgusti Cptd6iIt aiLc11IjIt down irawnu up OfllccrAiciMovo tWit man And be- Aml ryrW ri i ij 4jRemedies are Needed l Were we perfect which we we aetSBedieMM we M t not often be needed But siace our lystwi have be come weakened impaired sad broke dews thr nii indiscretions which have jose oa from the early tfre j iJthrough countless genera olH remedies ore mt M so IUd Nature in correctiaj our inherited sod o4hcwtM fIacquired weaknesses To reach the scat of ateaiiiik fweakness and consequent digestive trouMM there M so good as Dr Pierces Golden MedIcal Discov Inothing glycerio compound extracted from satire mde lsold for over forty years with isat nrfntlitii siaM ussea Per fIWeak Stomach Biliousness Liver CoafdaMt tPitH limiik mhur Heartburn Bad Breath Belching ol food CKrome Drrhss eutt= tiiDcrangernentsthe Discovery is a tipreV18 aad oit sssat rus The rvoutsidegenuine Jras out Its fiSignature l You cantjiffbrd to accept a secret Boatnm M ashetiuts foe isaes h hcpnedtcJDe Or moWN COMPoalTloN sot eves tIt s ut disise rthereby make a little bigger profit rDr Pierces Pleasant Pellets rebate sad kdOrMs z list sd tbowels Sugarcited4 tiny gre ltleseay to take as sidy rL Women Suffer Agonies is lJAnd1f IReal Cause of their Condition iil These poor suffering womea have been led to believe that their Misery of mlnd and body is entire ly due to Ills of their scix Usually bladderrerIsponslbleor such caos the Sidneys and blaa der are U j rr rr3 that aeei and inust ba 2 i 3naThose torUi enervatlnf sick headaches tK L5 pains Itt back groin and llnLjjjboatlnsand swelling of the ctt eciUIes extreme nervousness or Hysteria listlessness and constant tired wornout feliOgre almost crtal ym tomB of disordered and diseased kidneys bladder autllltlD- eW1ttsKJdner and Bladder Pius have In thoHsands of paies tiqen demonstrated as remarkably beneficial Jn all such cohditloa of female organism affording the most pjoppt relief and permsitnt benefit As an illustration of what thefe Pills will do Mrs P M Bray of Columbus CL1 Writes that sM jra very wltk iliaey trpikl ttf that sic k now wellaM tha tbe Pills are whet cwrW wThey are very piaEat W iaJn ulca8f1I eseprsdsas tdt4iii ays tea isyrw a1ele 1IeM peep aratoas are a ECDsWIttwat Mr tb ipt 3 aM 7i rrS1 t