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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l T JLISt i I it JN bJ t JVlV t I xvi NO 3fir Y SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER r 30 1909 100 PER YEAR v ii dr i F TRUSTY PRACTI CAL BaV6I1 Barberlkc over I fii l rk atl sQna lepriccs ll jrn d 0cO TiSpRINGFIELDK fr = t OUR DIRECTORY SPltlNGIEEJ j county seat f kil1itonCo1isty52 miles sdath ut pf x eki gton7 S9 miles from onBardstownbrancli ol f ivi1le j smitrilfe and N shvllleiiiailroadin a arminjf atid agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone iiitesleipres dfficeiflourB3ills lumber jrani Ipoptt a ipal700population of Wilfity 15000 r Congress HonJtegresentativeiu Betf Johusbn BRrdstown Kyt Xe resenUilye in Kentucky Xefjis ureiJfli Wc McChord Jr t Representative in State Seate Hon GlT Jarvis Cambell vile KY r unty Dltect i W f CIRCUIT COURT iIrcuItCburt begins ou the fourth toadaia February May and Octo I Hl IH Thuman Judge R IJDurham Commonwealth At okcy r 3 Bobt A J oe Clerk kGI eachmanr Master Ooaaaiiss j ei f fi 0QuARTRY ljOllRT l Quarterly Court is held on ihe thIrd iionday in each mouth c BIAtsey Judge t OUNTY bfURT onthkfourth- gandy ouaty Co irt meets in tch mouth jBiLitseyJUdgC y W F Booker County ikrr Ti SI Mayes County Attorney George Catiett Jailcrj Sidney Oabourne Sheriff Sam AnderS Dick Ishain t HerbfertEddlemati t Deptitie Edi Masters I JTanies F Moore t4y Surveyor ijv p OBryan Ass eSsdr tx Mitch H Lpty Robert Noe Treasurer iI 3 il Montgomery Oorprier 3jJY Bushr Sapt of CommoD Scnools PO Springfield 5 C1rY COURT James kNbe pOILcC3t1tIgcJ iJohttGr raceMatslral W FiQrJiJfeby City Attorue J n JnticeConr are MId in Januarjr 4prik and October f iUiuich a7 Direcioryi laJ Ht CR METHODISTi ReG S King icei everySuuday 11 p1Sl0r15c SULl YSc jo ev i PTaycrmte ing aigh1p y CATHOLIC CHURCH1 RevP F Hennessarv Pastor 5cr ices verrSunday at9 and 10 oclocl IIa mV 4cryicea atStkose same bonn lppE ByrFRllN OHURQ Jlfev R ir c Lawson Pastor Sunday at 11 ambreaching every EndatpmISunday8ChO0lCVer Sahday at 10 am Prajci aeetii iTery Thursday evening at 7 ooiocV ltl oJ1 BAPTIST CHURCH A Rey Win Harrison UHamb tabto- i preaching every Sunday at1 a u lad 745 pm Sunday School even ui att9 snPryer meetini ver Y tlc day even pc at 745ouioc ill f OHKlSTiAN CHBRCH y FWolf Pastor 4lcflstJnandfourthtint1a3 I Sunday 1n tJ4 or i 1 Fraternal Ordersh bSONICJJODG Sprilg cil 1ong- JN 1D meets nrstind third Mpuda- yncach mb th VVi htustOttR A Chapter 1U S maetevery accuid 1iutcai s Spijjopfield Coiitcil Ac ncot ci evefy iborthMonday Y HI ES Cream Vermifuge THE GUmNTEED WORM REMEDY r zNILDEW1 FAWMTE TONIC wc eriMITATIOH Ttttcc rcPAtD aSsr8owi Liniment Co YT IQPl MO Li uq T9R k 1L4 rrii i I ITJE NEWS=LEAOi3Iii IIESYOL DENTIST Ryan is Exonerated iJeseph Ryan who kIlled hi brotherinlaw Eu gene ftf tting ly Saturday night Sept 11 nea Burks distillery in the Loretot- iicinityi was exonerated at te examining trial held bfoi Judge Tohn A Burton in the county court Tuesday uite a number of witneSsses werein traduced by the Commonwealth and after hearing these the cour sustained motion by the defense to dismiss on the evidence that had bee heard The testimony of all the witnesses tended to show that YOUijg Ryanhad acted in selfdefeuse The story brought out at the trial was very much the same as given in the account of the tragedy appearing in the llast is sde of The Enterprise Ryan is L8 years of age and a sen of Timothy Ryan while Mattingly yas 26 years of age and a son of Sam Mattfngly H vas a broth erinlaw of the youpg man who slew him having married his sister Miss Mary Lizzie Ryan about t o and a half years ago Sue with one child survive him Lebanon Enterprise Have You a 8 byIThen vatch it closely And above all things dont let it suffer ton any length if time with worms that is fatal If i complection gets ydllow add pastyjif it is listless cross or peevish gets thin suffers wiftiflata lence give it Whites Cream Vermi fage The only cure ttiat nefer fails and has no bed effect Sold yiRedJ Cross Arug Store J Answers Deaths CallH Miss Annie Cooper died attbej home of her mother Mrs Kato Cooper4in this city last Mpodaj afternoon Sipt 20 1909 after a protracted illness of con sumpJ lIon Deceased was a daughter of thla kite PhlHp Cooper and was J37 years of age tier life was thaV of a truly Christian young Mdy and worthy of a glorious crown in heaven Soy eral years ago she was one ofi The FaJco compositors and as in avery tbpr of her duties iin life the was ever faithful aridc zealous A most worthy mem ber of the Catholic church she followed its precepts most rigid lyv during her whole lifeand when Jeath called her she was fully fortified by its sacred rites r Lebanon Falcon TheISucccssi has many Obstructions but none 89 dnsperate as poor hedlth Success today deindifds health but Electric Bitters is the greatest health builder the vorld has ever known It com pels perfSet action oi fetomaoh liver kidneys bowels purifies and enriches the biood and tones and invigorates the whole 5pstem rigorous body and len brain fellow their use You cant afford tx slight Electric Bitters if weak rundown or sickly Only SOc Guaranteed byKaydoii Rubertson Call For Election tSTATE OF KENTUCKY tss County of Washington f June term of the Washington County Court June 28 1JOU This flay1 Carrie J WJ Satterly and filed a petitipn signed by twenty legal voters of North yoUng precinct No 1 of Washington county Kentucky and mcvedthe court to hold an election at the next regular November election 1909 to take the vote insaid precinct whe her or not stock shall be allowed to run at large on theI public highways in said precinct It is therefore ordered that the Sheriff and o ofliccrs of said election will open the polls and have placed on the ballots whether or not stock shall be allowed to run at large in said precinct Copy Attest WYF Booker Clk I In compliance with thedbove order given Irom the Washington County Court I hereby notifvthe voters of North Precinct No 4 of Washington county Ky that the polls will be opened on the next regular Novem purIwhether or not stock shall run at large in said orth precinct No4 X J S Osbourn S W C Brutal Robbery Qme of the most brutal and dastardly robberies that has eve- rourred in this section of the State was comity d in the HighV boughs Mill section of Rar county near Hammonsville and only a short distance from the taRu county line The yictlins of the robbery were Mr apd IMLtzr jaynun an aec and respected couple who live alone The crime was omitted on last Saturday night about midnight Thr etneu masked entered the caysernie popper into the eyes 0 f Laytman on the head with a blunt m stiument lenderIDglll ru con powereceMrs Layman taringttie keys o the rooms off the home from herperson Threats of violence to her and her husband if she did notjereal the hiddjug place tbf her mon y failed to move Mrs Layman whereupon the relplalldIf proceeded to carry but their threats by lifting her from the floor and tieihg the rein to raf ters in the ceiling Fearing that the fiend intended to kill her Mrs Layman thejii told them the hiding place of seventyfive dollars and leading them to he place where it was secreted d handed it over to them Then the robbedafter ad monishing them to ti11 nooneof the incident under penalty of deabli and hlaying the house burned over their bodies left the scene After Mr Layman h ad regain t ed consciousness ard upon being told by his wife of the threats made by their assllihi1 sthey were afraid to venture froth theI house until daybreak when they went to the home of neighbors and gave the alarm The news spread rapidly throughout that whole section of country and by noon squads of armed citizens hiI buggies on harseoack and afqoi were scqunug the vicinity for miles aroundi in an effort to apprehend the robbers In the meantime bloodhounds from Highland Park had been l dispatiched for and arrived in the afternoon of Sviday but were unabfe to take the trail rom the house because of the fact that robbers had spread joverjj asthey3madekeir However the school houe nearby iving evidence ufhav ini been enterfid the night prer ious the dogswere started oA rarlIdcclitv They are Smith Oilcsi i Jjtm Pringl4 and Andy Allen who were arresltd and taken totMuhfordsvillp The accusE jd men waived ex amining tnal at Mu n ford vi lie tusday and were indicted by the Hart county grand Jryj now m session at Munfc rdsville onI the charges outlined above audJ their trial seb for next Monday before Jud Jonesin the Hartt t Circuit Court Lurue Haialdii I iTo be Happy YOU111tst have gocd beftltci You ant have good health if your liver id not doing its duty slow but suvp poisoning is going on all the tinie un der such circumstances Balfards Herbine niakes a perfectly healther liver keeps the stomach and bwelg right and acts as a tonic for tbe enll tire system Sold by Red Cross Drug Store Y Bridle Causes Trouble Jr Ty iDKiW R Morgan theo horse dentist was nrresteld Monday on a warrant worn out by Robert Carlisle and Wick Robertson charging him with obtaining money Under false pretense It SeemS tnut the doctor had a very artistic vhorsehair bridle which he concluded to raffle off He made the statement that Mr Wojod Vooorhies had written a number and placed it in aueri velope and had it at the bank which number wou id jl aw itie bridle and on the stinriith tf this he bad no toubu d IK Vr of his tickets After j raw hHring it developed that Dr Mor gan fiimself had placed a ticket in an envelope and handed it to 011Mfdrawing Judge Gfimes held biria oyer under 200 bo dHar rodsburg Herald r Do not unscrupulousyou bIgood as DeWitts Kidney and Blad der Pills fliue isnt anything just as good as tbese WDnderful pills for- tij relief of Backache Week Back complaintsAnyone inflammation pi the bladder urinary and Bladder tills as directed in pr feet confidence of good results Sold tt byRe Cress Phariuacy Government Lands f Sioux Fails S D Sept 16 The north central portiojii of South Dakota and adjacent ter ritory in North Dakota will be the scene of the next great I lamf rush wh rian aggregate about 2500000 acres of agricul 1ttural and grazing land will be distributed among eaters home steaders Estimating from the number registrations prior to land op enings in the West and North Ifwest it is believed that fully 200000 intending homesteaders will regis erfor a chance farm of 160 acres The land to be opened will be stifficent in quantity tot furnish farms of 160 rcres each to about 1400 homesteaders All the land lies west of the Missouri river the river being the eastern t bouadryof the Cheyenne river and Standing Rock reservations A tJrr3UpCan Quick Mr DnggiEthkJA box Bucklpn8 Arnica SalVe Hcre is a qnarter For the love of Moses hurry Babys burned himself tcrri blyjJoennle cut his loot with the fas t Mamies scaldedPa cant walk from piles Billie has boilsand niy corns ache She got it and soOn cured all thclatuily its the great est healer1 on earth Sold by lay don Robertson f lJudges Announced 1 Judges have been annuunced by Louisville Purse Show for the saddle classes which are oj greatest interest in this part o the State owhigto the number of flue saddle horses raised here John Dolan of Lexington will tie the ribbons in the classes orI the gaited saddlers while Geo Q plausun of New York will officiate ire garding noje in theI walk trot divisions Both ares well known in the breeding and- udginiglinesanl are regardeu as experts f national reputation when it comes to pjckit g out a good saddle horse The Louisville BorseShowc wtjich willbe held this year the week of October 11 ir oce of tiae grtatest possible aids ihe breeders of saddle hors s have- developing thdir ihdustry Tt e largest owners in the coun try Including men who w nand pOILcomeaLimals which appeal to thOrn and wiih gucd records 0nJ many occasion during the pasu few years E tstern exh biiors have purchased Kentucky sad dlq horses al the Louisvillershoiv llie prices in some cases ex edtt ing 5000 Among the prominent exii biiors whose s ab es will be sden at ihe Louisville show ire Alfred G Va tlerbilt Reginald C vVanderbill C W Watsoil William G Kochefeller Paul Sorg and others Lawrence Jones of- Louisville and tho Ifeading owners of saddle horses m Kentucky willalso show their finest r f Merchants Praise Dr Bells Pine LarHoney J W savsIThereI for couhs codl LxGrippo asthma andbroechltis Look for the b UJon the bottle Overcome By Foul Air Mrj Thonrvs Buckley who moved from near Ouidsvillp this count jto Cpvington was suffocated in a cist jrn in that cty last Wednesday Ho and tvo oMier men HUd heisni rmplov ed 10 clean the cister tiat fur iihed waier tt the fire depart meni Ldon enterinsr the place alt three vns over co4by foul air Mi iBuck leys frQ fellow worknjt n were rescued by the fife depiriinent and two tr three men nearly lose their lives in an attempt to rsbpeMr BeEt kley Barrbdsburg Herald 7 Giyes Up Bonus President ClarenceLeBusoj the Burley TobactcoSodkty has waived alt claim to the ten tlious and dollars bonus voted hint by meetiugfMr LaBus takes this actiOn in a letter addressed to the to ba co grosreijs in which he says that the pout addits success are of rrlol8vItal interest tohim lhaij any co sideration of salary Be says that if he payment of this bonus to him has been gyen in a small way anobstacle the success of trre pool he gladly rem ves it President L Buslettfir in full follows Jr4JJello Tobacco Growers In order to show my faith and in terest in the pool as a meens of helping all tobaccogrowers and to assure evfry tobacco grower that myt concern for tljepbpl is gidater than the consideration of salary I htro and now cheerfully waive m y rght to the ten thous and dollar bonus voted me by the District BoardJune 9 1909 Compared with the benefits to b derived froni the pool the sum involved is a trifle but if this consideration has been even in a small measure an obstacle In the wayof solicitors I gUiily remove it J JTptbipg 6fr less moment should be allowed to stand iin tbe waV of strong pool that means so much to everyone of us aod to llie entire State p A strppg pull and a pun together assures success Yours for asiirong pook aridi good fullyJl Lexnigton Ky I Sept 1C lioq- b4t3uriIarinTpwu his hanie is bad caujjh lledosnt care for oldad silver but he will teilviir hcuhn away ff heap t ead in yourliou arretthfm atonc with Ballurd Hoi i ifnd Syrnp it mean consutQLtion if You uoiit A cure for nil coughs colds and ches troubles Price25c SOc and 100 per bottle Sold by Red Cross Drug Store pJj Shot By His Brother t Jackson KgtZ3 CIiurst Republican candidate or jaunty i JUg ol Brexthitt was Shot and probably fatally wounded at Wilhurst his home just before dark this evening byhis brother i Hannnibal dursttThere b ing no trains on the Ohio and Kentucky tonight n handcar was brought to this city fo Dr A M Arnold Who re turned to Wilhurst the same conveyance to render suchmedI ical aasisiance to the wounded n th as is posiblp Hurst being his nophev TelFgraph reports received ai 10 oclock ayJ u3ge HursV is dangerously wounded aid must besenl to a hospitalat Lexington Efforts are being made to se cure a special trajn pn the Ohio and Kentucky to himg MrBuith- ere ton gnt Hurst was shot just over thelleft hip bone Take care of vouf stomach Let Kodol digest all tnfe tood you eat for that is what Kodoi does Kyery table spoonful aofcKpdol dcst 21 pounds of food Try it today It is guaranteed to relIeve you or your money back Sold by Red Cross Drug Store Vacancies Filled V r Thfl Republican County Corn mikee met Saturday for the purpose of filling lhe vacancies on the county ticket named at the recent mass conventiun several of those nominatedrde dined to run Mr S R Wilder vvas rnamed for Sheriff in place of Mr S TI KansdelljMrr Gran vllle Preston for JCoroner in place of Mr J H Stone and Miss Alma Alford for School Superintendent in place of Miss Neva Williams IrWRMorgan for County Judge and = Tonic or Stantilit 1 There is an immense difference between a tonic and ii stimulant Up one day way back the next thats ac stimulant Steady progress day by day toward perIcd health thts a tonic yers Sarsaparilla is a tonk- a strong tonic The only Sarsaparilla entirely free from alcohol Q not stimulate unless your doctor says so jj He knows Ask him Do as he says Jc Ayer Co LouJciMw j r lilt a- Constipation is the one great cause of sickheadache biliousness indlgeslion itw breath debility pervousness Has your doctor ever recomm nd J Aycfs PiE a j Mr D N Rde for Circuit CRerk j who were nom lated atthe 1 con r vention declined to rUn and It comImittee not to mali any n mina tionsfor these two pfficos Mr Rufos VanarsdallWas nominatedl for Magistrate in iie Burgmdisr trictrfhe otherjaoraihees have accepted and will make an active1 canvass of theountyKentuc- ly Republican fWhat to do IiiCse pt Accident If skin iip broken app v Dr Bells AutiPain at once and the wound will heat ojiickly and 1ev rglet1sore- Used ntOrnally and ext rnalY Po1icenanDisch h d At the meeting bfc the city council held Monday evening to investigate the charge of improper conduct preferred against Night Policeman J JCarraney the mayor and 1ioff the meW bers except Cpuncilmeri Gep It Barks and Clem Johnson were present I tJity Attorney FL S MeElroy conducted tbe instig- atiOn while Officer Carranpy was represented bv Attorney f f k 1Rusil TnV defenset de dined to offet any tevidencd After consdering the matter discharpMurg against the officer were the Out growth of his having shot and thGeolgeat the time when itis lleijed the pohcemau was intoxicate Oarmnev claims that tle horse was shot accidentally W W Ruddleston is now the acting night po iceman Lebanon Enterprise litJJ Sore Eyes off Three Years Standing cured Miss Ertie Faulkner Nfyv Castle Pa wrtea Sutln rlanslEtI Eagle Eye Salve cured me of aca e oi sore eyes of thee years atr ndinjj I cheerfully recommend it to anyone in need of such a remedy 25c t Gall For Election 7STATE OFKENTUCky1 f Iss- Countyof ashing n J August term of the Washington County Court1 Au ust53 1909 Tins day came W P Pinkstop and flied a petition signed bytwen1t legalI voters of Brush prove voting precinct No 12 of Washington county Ken lucky anti moved the court to hli3 an election at the next regular No vember election 1909 to take the vote in said precinct whether or not stbojc shall be allowed to run at large in said precmct It is therefore or dered that the Sheriff and ofjlcers ofI saidi election wilt open the polls and have placed on their ballots whethpr cruet stock shall be allowed to run at large in said precinct Copy Attest F Booker dlk t In compliance with the above order given from the Washington County Court I hereby notify the voters 61 Brush Grove PrecinctNo 12 of YashI ington onnty Ky that the polls will be opened on the next regular November Etc thm day 1009 for the purpose uf voting In said precinctas to whether or not stock snail rim at laige insaid Brush Grove precinct N o12 J S OslioitrneS W C Pole Sale of fARM STOCK Etc b Having determined to remove from the Snte I will oa Satnrday October 9 1 1909 at 1 roclcck pin at my rid nco near FenwIck Washing ton county Ky sell at public auction my rum containing 115121 2AcreB Also 6 head horses a lot stock hogs 1 yearling heifer house hold and kitchen furniture farm ing iimpleraents and many other articles of persohul property The lard is situated on the Springfield and Ma ltviHe turnpike and contains a comfortable dwelling containing siX rooms apd other out nouses as well as a good blacksmith shop TERMS OF SALE Forth farm onefoui th cash remainder in one two and three years bearing interest from date payable annually Personal property for all hums of 10 or less cash amounts in excess slo on a credit of six no 01 with goud personal security svil- iteresfrothdtte jIf MRSWGAOAm fOLttSIIOWRYA1Wt eta p4tIS cqgh dtat a sttttttttt4Li4tttnrnissI rr II SUBSCRJp7QN trJ ti I F ri L 41pAR ii M i1 Alt f yii ti 1t COUNTY 1 IDR1 STICECOpRT Serious Cutting ffaj5 I On last Saturday night Sam Welchand Ezra Willham ca waylthey had gone 10 lay in a supply oV1rmen drew their knives Willham escaped with a knife wound on the back of his neck ind had his necktie cut in two Welch did not get off so well and received wound m the breast several inches in length and avery dangerous wound in the back which nearly severed one of his kidneys Dr Vance of Louisville was sent for and performed an operation Sunday and at last report it was thought his chances weregood fur reoveryThe patie t was put under the cafe of Dr John Murdoclr who is in constant at tendan eandJalthoagb thp shock following the operation cam near ptvingtfatalMonday hopes are now entertained for tym Willliaro irtade his escape stud up to this writingy bas not been capturedAnderson iSTews Bfst for the Hands J L Cbrpman Massac Ky edys used Dr Bells Antiseptit Salvo dn my hands wbch were sore and fin it the best I ever tried Jtciyred them completely ipeathatll r Dennis Fennell of sqlor fenown as Uncle Dennis died at his home at Hunters on Wed nesday nighti aged 112 Until aI short time ago Uncle Denfais wor1edin his garden and abpufI the lit le farm and didLis worki as well as any joung man mr till two w elfs ago lyis health wasI good about that time some bran thial trouble developed and ltei iontrnued io decline until the ed Mentally the od man wa- sremarkablememory e oodImind clear and strong He was one of the old time darkies in truth Was formerly owned byt thelate PS Barber Mrs Ce cilia JBarber only a short time before hertdeath gave the odI man a Ijomeonber placeMu BardstoTVp where he coud bavj pass d fl1S days restfully nd at buuthe call ofa lifetime l1abit prevailed and in WbrttOll1if littt tlfi farm Uncle Dennisrourided1 upbiS sBartistown Stand rdo 4aThe Famous 1aDsyl vania ktIII onrhursdayOct igton Trots is for the annual t rotting chatrpiooship Of the world I is always a greaii race andtLnis year will be sensational 14 ofr the best stake winners ini the country are nined inclnd v1trgin 295flenisa Maid2O6i i BobrDougas 2OGi Inner Quardi 2Q0ii Paderewski 206 + MaTh N 207 Todd Mac 207irJacli McKjerron 2l07i Baron May 2OIi Carroll 208J Ek Victress 08tetcOn fare round triton railroads during meeting Oct 516 1 Pretty Warm Place JI An exchange tells of a colored preacher in the western part ol Kansas who was asked Hoi hot Is hell His answer Was given as follo snWeU sah ii you take all de wood 1 re is in de state and pile it in one great pile and den take all de cot- Udteis m de state of Pennsyl vania and pile it ou the top and don take all debilbelt and sat urate dnt wood and dat coal and set it on fire and bring a soul from hen and set him ift theinid dfe of das fii they would freeze todeahiP BOYGmL3I COLUMBIA BICYCLE FREE Greatest off er OQtI Get your frjends to sub scribe to our magazine and we will make you a f rekent of ii 4000 Ojlambia Bicyckthe best made AskIor particulart f free outfit anf circular telliJjr uHav to S art Addrar The Bicycle Man t Sto Eat 22d Strelefc Newi Y rkQitt NY The Big Lxkfto Tr tL 3 Tbagtatet trotting RIetpr4 tin thfe world begins st 1Aitti Tuesday Oct I Jr jtonton ten dlS rfiof the historic rraces f Kentucky IICOSY testedand atltbe r cesar fill 1 ed1 with ihe best hortes froa aU sections of the couhtry mMU at Lexington for thef1lr 1rtl tthis ye tr There are flearly OP f entries in the na race tiit will ba the greatest iaettiil ever known jBrcargion rat i one fare round trip WIll binLV ffect froa aU Kenlncky poitU The best raQibir and mHie inL the Guntry Renjemb tlw dates Oct 5 taiol andittoii V t Hopplfy Hop Are you just barely fettin aroiiai by the aid of crutches or a calle Unlessjod have lost tlimh er ikTeva deformltyif your trouble isrhe1i uc tim luaibago sprain Miff Jolss ft Anything of like nature use Balar i now Mniraent afld in no tiWyiji i can throwaway your crttcbeialStfr as well as anyone Price 2cc JWiaiU i J Sold by Red Cross Druc Kere tt Ah Those Mean WIispri- The i t t t very Worst oftthe wfperers are thqe who gstherIp 1 Blithe harsh things thatk V een said about ycTu aixl biiki v hem to you a1lththingtaMl aseaiost ouagaintoirfijjy- jr V against your styI8ofbMi ness They gather tim all ip tnd bring tem tos i iot C any of the bxtenHatia iJ j staicesand arterlb y haYed vour feelings all raw T ryVriy vthey take this brneia Uiv pentine this aquaftiId imbi thin with a coarse towel aiiJ V 5 itt in until tshjklto tuboiIiThey make YOU the pia ctwhkm in uhich they throst rli tJit harp things they hay sv aeard about you Now dok oringxme into notice Now dcmJk P tell anybody I toldypa Jitii between you and me DOJIi4Pt tvolvt main it all They iffrar vate yon to the point of profani rjty and then they wosr you itbrafire and wonder whyvou are mot t absorbed io gratitude to Peddler of nighUhade Pei l d lers of CanadIanjtMatl Fed dleraof nux yr mica goMttuecv I they get ypu in a corner wrfyou caDnot very welll escape without being ride sM UM they tell you all abot this Oi 1 dondaU about the otofrofte fetjr talk talk talk After z whit hey go away leariaf tbe p4oe looking like a b rayard after rthe foxes and weelt bare oeec L around hfere it wi c ad brt a iUife ftherewhereEx DeWitts Little Early BiNr tIM safe sure easy retIe little livir piPs The original CarlMliM4 WMMi v Hazel Salve isfttto Witt i TItie tis plainly staiapsdoa ryb t jIt i fboilaI ly good forPiles old by iiirtCJr ii Pharmacy S Iff P11e LN Rilro ai b = gun the consiractkMi of aeWW crack bridge over Salt Riye at Sheoherasviller which will je place the slot UJrtck Miifc k The L ifcN oprs tag i i track train Lo ieYill te ll SS ion Junction and tbs ew 4dgi ill obviate the aierfty uC- iiai4taining a raltcb bower histii keep trains Jrona aeeiw eei ile bridge New HyiIi Itcst in thWdJ w Elyatt er 1ItoEJf jrtl fbyf Save is kebeit ej TJa MM olla 3c x WANTEDSVCQIS MAOA t tzmi t eaXfPPVsponsibfe aR ur WOOMUI j I cJoriDjfieia Ky k ooJleot leif renewals ad eelteit w criptios diarl u 1eU or te tines Expetepee nawy fAny ncUvand cqiIaeaos d build p pyig Dd perint bsi witboMt c pl4ij OompleU oUt- fit and jjiMtrtMttioM free Ad dress VON reus Mex e Room Iflp Q IoMs MI siN BwiUiof Kw Yorit i41 u 1fN JIBWllltt urNs SnI J 7 I s rrit rJ it fIt tJ4tAflU t iPR1NGP1ELDiJY 1 t si r Yftyft11Af ts i JL N JOSEPH WLW t 14irs iid Piithsbir- sL TSUKMMT SUPi tr D4LIuc kket Tac Mrcitl IwUe L THURMAN S HILL itlwrtSC it artMMLeT D GRAHAM OMMt Jm PI L tlTSEY Cwuity AlttnfcjT MAYES f s SIitGleA4V F BOOKER CItcdtCkrkROBTNOE erit6 1AnJR N W BUSH TWBO P GATIJBTT i iW4T MITCHELIi WK CitU1EJtaypww G HOBERTS L iLof PeaceSpriQgBeld KL S wwl PottiYill Jofcm V Gordon i aff cl4Kr f zd Fredcrlcksto wn f 1 Ifllktt rlIlJeld Novlpffa a Jn 0 PolIn rff 1IIihurg r JUr Gribbi and Rev Clay 2 ft t tm prHchmg at the Aii britiiiMi cur ch for the past wM1r i MisrBelWI Birch hureturdI ialUraw eeksi1i8it ib hrs1WriMDayiI1e S Jirajcar Ckrlvin is no bet i ttrttti Wrl lag Rev Sim if getting along t wy nicely with his house Mrs Biuas and Mrs Yea er DaYope iftd up thejr new line rstiIiirygoodsat thts place R r Clay and Kev Grub sandIBell Birch dined with Mrabthaiat Tuesday- tiMiss Yatitand son Eraslus of Booker spent Sunday With Coher otlieri Mrs P J Trent Mr Marshal Keeling and wife OlFewick visited Mrs Brown l si fit Sanday Mtf George Robinson of rktl 1uatWaa buried at this ceme ifcyJiiMlay t 3 oclock Rev t OlsuMfcd conducted the funeral 4 MCTMAS Mrs Bobinsouwas a lov 4y Christian wojnan and t f MM f kMwiher but to bye her 1 BlMwas a kind and affectionate wiflyMi a deToted mother lZt i j ot iorypur loredene she rjiitfrft frost hpiti she so long siiJfered here and perhaps to tt soother where partings will a beuoPmore fiUhtOn Om x lonely night Bald MountainI To t Edward N Y neighboriby curing him with Dr Kings New Discovery y tkathad chred hlniself of asthma G Thl wonderful medicine soon reUeted and quickly cured his neighbor Lure It ared his sons wife ofD lever lung trouble Millions believe Its the greatest Throat and llung js cure OIl earth Coughs Colds Croup j BeQcrhagsa ad Sore Lungs are 5jir11 cored byit Bestfor ay FeoVeri Grip and Whooping Cough SOc and 100 Trial bottle free Guaian i ted by Saydon Robertson LitseyS cRev Jlayn s preached hIsE farewell sermon at Pleasant Grove church on last Sunday He will leave soon to reenter the Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Louisville to finiih hi coarae He has made many frieads since he has bsen here who regret very much to seefhimjeave M188 NannieDahopevofLebI I ifanon iM the guest of friends jt Mis Mary Logan Neal spent r Jlast week with her aun Mrs t CL Grundy Talloy Fillti Mr John Polin atanded the r SG Marys and Louisville Hight Scnool football game at Leban on Saturday 15Misa Susie Edgiriton is visit Inglftrs Jas Morn 3 j MiseAppie Kelly has returri ed to her home at Decater Ill after a two weeksvisit tn Misses Kose aid Annie Kelly 4 Rev Allen of Shelby count tt wasiii ourmWstTaesday in the ietyIfi i iof Equity A Urge crowd of the young J r iolkftof this commudlty spent p ederltfat Taifham Springs TIcentwere MIssesNan I rn4Thompson Nnnie UhQneyI Sno Rll Ellen G oj i L r iia OConnor Mar Lo an Kile Susie Edginton Jennie L chmaii and Bertha Edginton jjU Msr Bad Litsey Wm MartIaHnry Gregory Joh- ipinzJaffii1t Frank Yan k it s Red Edgar Wil sow Rosa Leachman Bd Mitt LeebisanJre Mr Robert Thompson has itei D rrs4t fafst to Mr rit Announcements We are authorized io announce to H tEoP DEDMAN as the Republican nominee or R pre tentative in the Lower Hohse of the Kentucky legislature ISpvember election 1909 f Whifemin reallzinjra profit of alsqltII jj- to Mr Joe Campbell for 67f iMrif remarkable snake story siwinfr logs he found a n Whilrf S 4kwOUaimng oneodone and 32 Vmng ones anvou beat this 01 next Saturday the Litsey ball team will cross bats with a team from Tablow at this place as this will probably be the last game of the seasopa large crowd should be out to see it For use in face anD Uands1r lDrpeUs Antlspeptic Salve is the t It Is creamy snow white oint aient and one 25c box willl last threb months FenWlC kIMr R L Parrott sold to JB Yankey 13 head of catte at 6c per pound Mrs Rosa McAllister and Mrs Loyd Fenwick and children IReVI i regular appointment here Sun i dy The pie supper given by Miss Bessie Sweeney last Thursday night was certainly a succes There was a large attendance nd all reported a nice time Mr LeeCarrico was in Spring eldone day last week on busi ness v Mr LoydT Fen wick spent last Sunday with his fat1e ilJ law Mr Jim Andetsonr taMrnd family spent Sunday with Mrs George Ann Anderson Mr Edd Graves died at hisS home Sunday eveuing1 Septem fberhealth for more than a year Mr Graves was well known hqre having lived iin this 9ountyS H mbst all of his life He was about 63 ye ra oldand his death came sudden and unexpected He was an honest good man and good provider for his family kind to his fellow man always ready to lend a helping hand to OQ9It aDd duiiug his long drawn to b hiafriendahip all with whom be came in contactaayes had gone through he second matrimonial cere and now he has left a dear companion behind to care for his little ones Be ides his wife be leaves 11 children and three brobersto mourn his deatJ of u h a lif i ira binin erampleff for each and everyone of us Best ever Used d Ao B Heinleiu Harrison Idoho says have used Dr Bells PineTarHon ey for coughs and colds and iit is thedbest I have ever tried Look for lon the Bottle s Bids for Painting Bridgek Sealed bids wlI be received by the Washington and Nelson vounty Joint Bridge Committee from now up to ard including October 12th next for thelpurd pose of painting the iron bridge cross the Big Beech at Maud Bids to ba made to do the works and furn sU material and todohthe work furlnishing material Bids may be sent to either committee iB L Litsey SScott Mavcs John B Gordon 5Corn for Washington Cod V AH Miller Com for NelscrnCo- WANTEDSUCCESS tor MAGA ZINE wants an energetic iud re sponsible manor woman in Springfield Ky to collect fors renewals and solicit new sub sciptjons during full or spare time Experience unnecessary Any one can startamoug friends upoa payinggKnU per tanent business i wtlitcapitl1i Complete out fit arid instructions free Address VON Success 1fagi- zine T Room 103 Succes Magazine Building New York City j NY r of Three Years StandingI cured Miss Effie JFaulkner New j f Castle Pa j writes Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve cured me of a case stzndingIanyone jn need of such a remedy 2oc hoes Shoes h snl1l1LL- Our r V line of shoes are mor complete 4 thLwlnterthaneverbeforj 1L Iij 0 Eclipse For men in alll fJleathers buttoiiJ 1aceb1ucher5 etc QueenQuaIity and Boston favo ite1 for ladies suade and cloth tops button and Ilaces tl I J Red SchoolHouse i in all leathers for boys arid girlsIIBeautiful line for the little ones in coors5tosee us for the best Sh in town ij I isftevy Weight Shos J i I iwClghti i t GrlllldyMeInliro I t Hardins ChapellIf Mr Arthur and Carl Fanth spent Thursday night with Mr Leonard enwick The Jie supper given at ThornI Hill school on last Thursday night was well attended and was quite a SUCC fsVe certainly thank the boys for being so lib eral with their money we c r ainly appreciated itrl There being 26 pies making tin dollars and a quarter 4Mraijee and brother their farm jt or5OOO Mr and Mrs J W Rose and lp and daughter Miry Glenn of arcodsbtxr spent Saturday and with the laiters sister rsG W Femvick b Miss Margartte Buckma i i spent last week wi h her granil fither Mr John Tobin c rIJt Mr James Anderson is on t sick list at this writtingi theltft Miss Nellie Haydon hasre turned home after e pleasant visit to Bardstown Mrs Bettie Canary and Miss Maggie Hiatt spent Saturday nd Sunday with relatives at Mackville Mr Lee Hiati bought a house and two acres of land from Hen i ry Stumpp fOr 750 Mrs LeoHaydpn and children f 1 Springfield spent Suntday and t Monday with Ban Hayddn dudi fumily e Mrs SG Logsdon and chilI ren spent Sunday with Mrs Neltit Logsdon Mrs Nellie Logsdon and tdai1ghtday with Mrs Will J ffresI f j Mr and Mrs Will Barker and n pent Friday with J D Hal er and family t Mr Jeplha Wilson basre turned home after a pleasautijI visit to relatives at Indianapolis Iud Madame humOr reports wed i ing at this place soon guess who Mr and Mrs IL bj Fenwick Monday with R p Lan am and family A Card of Thanks Tom friends aird neighbors who Showed o much sympathy uring the nine weeks illness of ojy little boy What present is no better On September 7th Mrs Lizzi Grouch Mrs Leri nie Kays Mrs Mary Nicholson Mrs Mollie Ka3s Mrs Lizik Scott Mrs IdaScbtt Mrs Su ie Trent Mrs Bella Cheatham Mrs A D Hardesty Mis Bolton came to my house and prepared one bushel of peaches and put rfo 2lgal of Apples- A friend in need is a friend indeed Mrs Pearlie Smothers Do not be deceived by uln ECru pus imitators irho would have you jeleive that the imitation pills are asl good as DeWltts ICidhcy andJBad der Pills There isnt anything just as good as triesc wonderful l pills for the relief of Backache Weak Back inflamiaation tie bladder urinary disorders and all kidney om Plaints KidnajIand Bladder Pills as directed fnpr feet confidence of good results Sold by ped Cross Pharmacy RACE WAGERS iN INDIA Natives Method of Choosing a Winner and Making Bets The native of India wagers his money according to the colors worn thy the Jockeys and takes no heed of the merits of the horses or he will MICk ii horse ridden by his fsfvorite Jockey no matter whether the animal Is a rank outsider or not His ideas of gambling In fact are distluitly novel Some of the more wealthy Indians form rings and back every horse fn the nice thus galniii the satisfaction of getting a winner eviery time It Is really only of late years that the native ot India htis be come n hiijbitual gambler on UHftmi nd nowadays the hulk of tbetbHttop if tIll various racing enters In nidlr Is done by natives Indeed Ihe au fhonitics are somewhat concerned abonj the groxvih of the betting ybielttnkes lace nmoiijK liali natives It being asserted thkt ninny ns thirty lac of rupees it KOdOOOi Is lost and won In vthe r rj t f n season The 1Igncrt inussee have not great deal W tuRl money to wager ilt so bwdf httI1 are man of them with tlie crane for betting at race meets Ings that they frequently wager whit little prO itrt they possess on ahorsa nd If tliey lose they 8 ply replace ne1hbQrHIpolice are kept very busy dealing wltli cases of potty Inrerny and Other crlmen Involving lose of property London TitBits NOT ANNOYED The Oirctto s Were Rather PIeasehl ort the Barristers RefusaK Mr I eader ilarrlslv G wis ont offcrod a brief marked f0 guineas or behalf of a railway company lint wished to obtain a refre junent license fot a jnftlpuar railway station lie returned the brlef o cAnsclentloi s grounds but later oji It was seat burR to him with a ecof 100 guinea marked on It This time In returned it with a note In which he explalued tliiHt hisrefUKal was duO to a itiatter IJf principle Subsequently he met ont of the directors of the coniiwuiy anti expressed a hope that he and his col leagues vsre not annoyed at his con nuct Not nt nil saul the director Tli lhIor first at mewlHg nr which the solicitor reported thttt yuur brief marked SO guineas had a turned Wlms this psalm slu inv iu1ubugr lie askedt Mark the lhrlei 10u guineas niid Ill bet you auytjiin ou like hell tithe ft Oil you will Iwill yojj asked tilt cliuinimii You we nit knew Jon Tlarrh We took the brewer oq ntri to1 lit tlvf pound notes lie booked the l ctiS Mill every OUQ or us Bail he has iwlUui Londoji Straps Soc3 That GrinJs Solssort 4 obj nauipd Rover owned bf George Ross of Can lntcrla Gal huis bcea ttaught to turn the wheel thudt fur ulshos the ower for his musters ads sors Kfliuliug machine Rover ets ou tho wheel uf his own accord and mer rlij treads trends while his master sharpens Mlsscrs and knives The good dog seems to think that I- tt n game devised for hit rspeelal amusement and when biisftioss is slack be wlii riiii to his wheel and hark reproachfully at tis master until Jtr Ross feels obliged to attach tliil rope which turns the stone and gets tto norU Rover never seems so happy us when uslness Is brisk and ho can Heud hl Jig wheel around awl arpund foi2 alit hour after he haS hind his dlhtiur 4nd then bf really for work ingain rlth his master In the afternoon Circle Conundrum Why Is a pair of skates Uk6 an up pie Bee aue they have both occa sioned the fall of man Why is a youtijr inan ongagiil to a girl like a man sailing for a port in France Because he is bound to lIlt irlo- lhave hen l ITt a tough beefsteak could spealt English poet would it mention bauner chow sir tj WlmUTs most like a hen stealing A rock robin j IhY are lovely Irls like jploudo fWauso they reign rain upon the iearth Ii-t fOlIY5KYCIJ Maksa KWnayi and Bladder BIsbt a PEOPLE OF kET DAY 7 To Seek Trade In China WjUiaur Mercer Owens Da w on ap pointed special agint of the Jepart mont of commerce arid labor to inves tigate cotiilHIoiis In China with i view OthC extension of American trade 1USGovernor Dmrson began his IJUsl career Iuu coopcr shop In West csstt glum attended cbool when oppor I W1LLIA1 DAVi8Oltnnity offered and finally became a teftcher In 1873 ho bocamo owner of beIgunIl hand in politics and soon became a power In Preston county He served severajl terofta In thestate senate5 and In 1S911 waS chosen chairman of the Hepnblicau state committee continuo lug in that position until 1004 During this perjpd he was secretary of state for eight years- Governor Dawson iis a native of Maryland fiftysix years old andslIde etl 1lthrtlMajor Alexander McDowell clerk of the house of representatives Is the president of a thriving hank up InI his homo totjn of Sharon Pn In his voungecdavi he run a country news paper A party of friends wprl sitting In his ollice recently nhen one of them asked JMaJor how did you become a ns IWellverses In the Bible wo memorized For ten red tickets we got on blue tlfkct and fqr teji blue tickets we got a nice leather Ivmnd BIble It was hard work for me to commit verses Ito memory and after had learned a few hundred of them 1 found by shooting accurately with a thatI jlI could accumulate more blue that 1 would earn Jiy memorizing in lifetime So Ilti the other boys get the tickets and then I played njnrbles for them l had more Bibles titan any other boy In town extI traded them for marbles said the major Hypocrite In the Hereafter dfscuss1hgfthu typeIotThis man r he said tIs a hypocrite lIe uses his religion as a cloak And what will he do 4n the next world eb7j snld the reporter Ob SAid Dr Peters be wont need any cloak tlereNew York Tribune Bob Burdette Humorist Robert J Bur Cttc humorist and preacher who retTutly resigned the pastbratc of the Temple Baptls church los Angelcl Is prevented by health frqnij conjUnulng his labors He besnn his literary carter as a poet In ltftrIR ill Ills tlOtIUSwlrl upvpr militant Here never was a jrace of IiIteriies or rniHof iicvjr n sting In ItnIcrngItthor hail a large fuiiowlpg He mude ROIIEKT J BUBDETTE the Hawkey0 known nil over the counJ try in l1S7G he began his lecture tours which made him famous In 1903 after he had expressed a de sire to liter thv pulpit he was ordain d injiilstcr and assumed the pastorate of the Temple Haptlnt church n mug lilficent inlHhni dollar structure with oneof the Inrgiat cojjsregiitlons on the Pacific coast Th mnrrlpdl Mrs Clara U linker hlK sccimd wife In iso Mrl Itnrdette is a native of Jreenborq Pa and Is a1xttiveyets old An Impossible teat Take a coin u oiitl vllt 001 tjpii irur pocket and toll a person voa nil plac flit coin on tthe floor Immedlatelj tn front oj him In suth n position ha tc caijnot phklt up Then place hiir with hlsrrbllkto the wnjl his llIlfI close together Jiiiil touching the bso rbonrd Tell him be can have thrt1ll1t coin If he can up without mov lug lilt heels if will be found to bt Impossible k Pet Chameleons ChamcJcons are Interesting pets They may he cnreil for In uny sliuplr form otcrJp kept In n warin placo with plenty of sunlight Ouaineleona greedily oaf meal worms whjrh may bo pirnhired at most bird sthresStN- iciloins A Hnndy Man Why sad queried theyoun man looking lH tier fondly Oh nothing spwlal only I fljiv troubles of my ownsnillrhi frau young thing sighing Jinsist In taking a blind In tli n lie sold seizing a dainty palni tlin was wasting Its time in her hip UUi ton Globe i = HINDU WIDOWS WIN RIGHTS Thpse of Highest Clasi Arci Now jMarry0 V From her rflleot halftoy halfr slave to map penned up In the seclu slon of thd zenana womans apart inents the woman of Hindustan Is 1womenthat whIle the widower was allowed to marry even permitted to indulge in polygamy the widow was forced to remain a widow This InjunctiOn is no longer being faithfully obeyed Widows of the highest castes are be- Ing allowed to Moreovermarry IIinJ CSItnbUshland missionaries The aim of tl esej institutions is to inspire the widows iio help toward the uplift of East In themtstead Off being churscs on their rela tives as has been the case heijeto forewPolygamy was never Very common In India but todayit is doomed Today the woman of India is leaving the toIterlng the arena of public activity to help along the evolution of Hindu collegesespeclahlyIdesigned for girls and neighborhood centers meant for the advancement of matured women are coming to be pronounced features of East Indian cities Review of ReviewsI ESSENTIALSfSmartest Looking Girl at Resort Gave Most Attention to Hair Feet and Corsets e Youre about the smartest looking gIrl on t ls Jllizza remarked the old bachelor to the bronzehaired girl at a nearby summer resort How you manage it As he knew doI worked for a living 50 weeks In year she dldnjt mind Ill tell you situ confessed be cause 10uknowpOintsIand I make the most of them And then I alwayS wear fine corsets Huh he ejaculated What are thealleged good points She smiled cheerfully Hair and feettSInstantly surveyed each and his approvaltiIIHSo she went on ns1 cant afford In the way of goWns etc I blow myself on shoes and stockings which ace much Cheaper and quite as noticeable Yes he asserted the way you wear them IThen she continued serenely I get the latest style of hair the min peopleSso busy looking at my putts they dont have time to notice my dress But theercorsets he suggest ed as she rose to go1 An absolute necessity she smiled back at him Source pf Profit to Women Illuminating of documentsla a new field of work for woradn lnvEngland and it might recommend itself as a congenial and profitable employment for women In this country Mrs HamerJackspn of London is I urging woinen to tale up the work which she says properly belongs to them Mrs Hnmm r Jackson Is onei of the best illuminators in England She makes a lag income and does all her work 11t home SUe describes illuminating as an art Her work is devoted almost exclusively to the decoration of publlc ad dresses books and cards In the fine floral scrolls and designs ften spot ted with gold and silver In the style bf the old AngloSaxon and Gothic manuscripts Mrs HamerJackson ays there tls pVaqticaliy unlimited walk to be done for private persons is her plan to organize a school for the lnstriN tlon of young women In the work the Golf Player The man was closely followed by a dense nlob Pierce Imprecations rent the air A fiend incarnate could not have Inspired more bitter denuncia UonsCRobber Thief Kill him Such were the riCsOf tlie excited populace lmInnlstrnngcr1withinWe paused in our hasty preparations Va hurl a brick and explained to the stranger that the object of cur wrath was a baseball umpire and that the home team had Iqst the game But the stranger displayed little In terest and coming tor the conclusion that he was merely a idevotee or oltoI we threw the brickr Curfey SKall NotA The Stranger Somebody told me there was a curfew law lid this burg The Constable There ainlt but thoro shOuld be Igosb That darn recitation has been replied Jiere with out hindrance as longaaI kin remember Intellectual Evolution Visitor tWaldonia are you reading Robert W Cambers ftory TheBoston CJiild Par l1I for Inter rupting you Mrs Waypff but I passed through my Robert W Chambers stage three years ago Conauclve to Speed Farmer Nubbins I wuz roadln a piece In one of these air comlij pa pers tother day Maria whtchallowed that a dude couldnt run Said itwant In him to travel faster than a walk Mrs Nubbins Welt Hiram he ye seen anything to convince ye to the contrary 4j Nubbins with a reminiscent chuclo Hev 11 Waal I jJest wJsh the editor of that comic paper had bin out Itt the field with mo a spelMgo an seen thrtt air cltj1 dude who boards With the Hauklnsos santerln Across the pastur lot ahead of ray tw0yoarold hullj ntrIf iskin Is broken apply Dr BtHs AutPaih al once and the wqundwiU heal quickly and never get s Qre Used internally aiid externaly TJtll Early lasers famQue Iithllls f I PUBLICC SSALE r i Having sold my farm IIwill on the premises Friday October 15t IWipi I f4 i i tviIprprtytwox old mare 1 registered Hereford Bull 6 Milk Coirt 1 Jersey Heifers one sow and 6 shotcs one thorofcffeWkl Duroc Boar 1000 bushels corn 100 bushels sbellM tar 6 stacks hay 20 shocks sorghum new Deering mower vl sweep rake good as new 1 5elf dump take one locswagon one 2horse wagon hay baler andSimRleznentsSS r 4r tLTERMS AllsumsJnderO cal Orer thtimountiror56 ninth time Vlth negttiable not bearing riteest ul6 pernt4 I per annum and payable in ither balI k r m I willl aiso at sam trine offer tOt salel t v rW 71 Acres of Land lfe1 V adj6ning this farm On the place is a house and small riarni Wit gLvt p ssssdpNOpthber 1st 1909 Terms onethird CaSb remah tier inorietVJtl1ree and four years J 1 1112 R IHOMKOft i SM CAMPBBLIr Auctioneer IiJJ- LBxinglon1Jrlil OCT 5 TO 16 THE GREATEST IN THE J qRLfISTAKES 85000 PURSES 21 000 FUTURITY I Tuesday Oct 5 3000 TENNESSEE JTucstlayipctrS- 50M rj TRANSYLVANIA ua n Triur aay Oct T J 3QOCUPStAiCE MoudayOctS11 5r- GREAT203PACE u u u f I JridOct 5000 TROTTING HANDICAP Thuiibct 14M 1i Other Sensational Races Daily f lq WIiars Prize Ban of Americlli 1 BLANCHE BERHDTMEHAFFEY SottanaSclDist i INI DAILY CXDN CERTS ONE KARE pN RQADS t i 7 l ev 4W4i1jjJ5- OlN BDELEN IRVINE WIMSAt rI The Coppage Cafe Co V INCORPORATEDj5 J NrW Corner 7th Market LOUISVILLEl e KY dO i Home Phone 7765 Special Attention to Mall Order Cssteers CM MM I42f 1 Jt We make U specialty tf the following Jbrands vMattinglyfi Moore Spring I902itt J4Of Belle of Marion Spring II9Q2 ait f1UI Ii Everglade Wathenf5t Spring 1907 at225 1 11We also an41 e Mattingly Moore WibiI firfe f and Willow Spring bottled iin IHHH Nt f Apple Brandy and BlackkrryWHie J I tIw t 1A y PTJBIJIC SALF rtHaying dis6lyl dt parnfrship we will on V Tuesday October 11Jj iif t at 10 oclook amonour farm 5 miles jeas oSpriBfiiald Oft tis rSpringfield and EeriyvLle pike offer for sfile lp therHjgh0 b rder the foliowiig property 4 t ilJf4 5 s jIt 1 aged mule lONo1yetilsesrsS 4 1 pair Zyear old horse tiles 4 yearling hejftrs ttIYl i4YearlingGermanBrood mare in foal fi Red 1 J L CaHmterV Bird aprs 1 wea ling ranre cblfby RedjjRarnunr f Bird t5S TermsmdfI Iwjown on day of sale f- IiwS PI4RUOM L N 1 fACTS IN FEW LINES for I Winnipeg expects toiuve about 510 000000 Avorth of new buildings tul 3ear- iIn Mohsmmrlr vxintin rphf ll Ill nut t1Mtkhpi dt1J tl of ruosquGH r f Tho lurgcJtf fpt v tJijt Aj841I1i lWd rou flel + 4r Jt f nizblitnt t jfeIiaL ItIiltIilfl tP1 ytttrt ukj shoW itivirs iirrr acid isitti fujifr Jnusclh lYit IS r More broad Is ca tdfi tiiirncc p 11 rli1P1 t PJtt otbty1i1riaai VfAW5 rJhit She iaatici rIlAi flltftI1ln Iuucr rnrry n i lrlthl iun wo doar un Siftlth itiiit Smith CMtuslvttyip my dour yon Hl VmVfr comytii ta lIQuc1QUlIn rtdt tiits An dcure J- Ttic ttstwwaii t fm6PIJs ttl fly jtitruLl l tr il ilJ iJ- iTrtltdt gIt T4i rt3it vk not The Trjiilieait tlheiiittl1igrt- with IlleLbitClQU iJluhrttedItit A tf S fl u i4 uCt wi raveling by Tall through ikr w t icyel stiytrhfsof pouutryiz Geraway France or IlbUand tcj see an wjtt bile flying over semi main hIgwa running isitullpl with tht rnlllOeasily keepliig pact whit the traIs sem- miftat It beJnsr s ncraUy ncct ry t4 sjActrptt ifC jt only whew Piiwthrouh hit larger4mllages mtowa- illtni iiifir nnactount sit bOo rowjs 5Sq The Witty DukV 1AQil1 hlress IS relating 9fljt r hxietleimCes nrlue Iit i L1O11th3OU ibutJm8Jpstchd Y tcti at11I dlnr w gTl4P jjqtiaraSbe rotitl Mf silt ext Ohteotnt1iRhll Uftfi tititt Xtery gre fswell iJp 83tt 1w m t tier Lit the swells flf Du Marvery red inanner Cud Jta tiruwlihe 9lgi wlttF tbki L Jtt fjJq tile bguseiJt ec tllrp tinwg nncjyawi li ifOI1 bntyoi1 beic1 d at M r II I r 7 7 DL 61 BURTON NKIDE PIT DMTIT- c TEETH EXTAITE- DMTHOUT PAIN tN IIok p Main JiINGrtLD LY 11 Dtal W6fk Strictly 1JllrJtclaM JR J C mStrgtol MUfDII OiBM hours 8 to 9 am tip 2pm oiover Rydo Drugtore J JlI lp on M D Z Mi Jrtoert VMSK iA I jjiWc1IcNe 3 WFGR1GSBYA- TTORNEYATLAW OIIM1 au PftDWFIBLD KY jo WIYATT tQot over Bed Cross Drug 9ort Oce hoars Hy tt 1030 4P to 12 aai 4 to 5 pm wI1NY1 MAYES f VIEbL UIHEtTO ilQlENSfHEMBJUMERC R TJELEPHONC DAY iGa NIQHT74 cI PRINGFIFLBh1 d Sched1 iPbllowiif is tbe time aphedule mow ft effect on the Bards town i8Springfield branch railroad JKCo 41 Xieavei Louisville at 4i30 f III ardstown Junction 22 pma ltown 6G6 PJD arrive at Springfield 655 p mi o 42 Leaves Springfield at 600 a p Bardstqwn 645 aim Bardsntown Junction 780 am ariveiiat Louisville 820 a m No 48 Leaves Louisville a- 7ia m Bards town Jl unction o 910 a mj Bardstown 1Q45 a m arrives at pringfleld 1215 p in No 44 Leves Springfield at 100 p mr Bardstovrn 220 p JIlo Bardstown Junctioti 4lp pm arrives at Louisville 545 p w No 90 Sundays oplyLeaves Springfield 715 a m j Bardstown 800 a in Bardstown Junction 845 a m arriyei at Louisville O35arn c Q ci Sunda sonlyLeaveF t Louisvile t 600 p m Bards KtornJunction 645 p in Bards town Tao pii arrives at Springfieldat 825 p m LIANOWiPiGF1ELDAUTOMOilLEUNE i Leave Lebanon Leave Springfield IiiNSUtion Walton Hotel vi30ain 830 a m i30am 100 p mo i4pni 500 pm 6p1 3Dj rn aOdOaimv Sunday 200 pm L 1 rT iGOD iji H Finally Came to Believe Hit Own Yarn Was True Tbevnsuil party of evening town 1 igoBslps had feathered in front of the postofflce wbeji Jlnstus a good Beart jed old darkjr said Tolkseg lkpor a man who telln 4 11Ies so owen that ne sometimes actual believes lies tcllin the trut Youvi beard of them people havent you Listen he was p1sslny j rcsttjiujt ppns he was veryhungrv btwent i to pet sometbin to eat 7ut whet be got inside he saw thai every seat was occupied Then he thought u minute and suddenly said Juat so oqdso that every one could bear hlim cuH re you heard lOf conr every one saldWbatV VWliyi said het theres a whale down In the dock that they just cap tured lashiri his tal around and up ettin the tugboats and steamers Hes only goln tbe there ten minutes Of course every one jumped up am run down tn se the whale That wa f just That he wanted so slttln down Jie ordered his dinner and tjeguij tto eat Suddenly he ipoked out tbe win dow nndthcfc was everybody runnin to 1the dokspolIcemeu Chinamen coons dndnUInnd he said jBy jgollyi 3 guess itfs sor Vul heran down there himself 7ud COUCHrWITH U11ings t i N1Discsvry C8rBrlfWrlZh1U1IIOAfAII1Ul811OUM11 UA2JITUD 1AftaJACm Z I oz zouy ZJPUD2D ii- I = I II LocallWHappeningsi of Interest f ITTOM0 y Th Freshest and Latest II i iIj S i I j I lllrJlflI JII rrJ1 I r MM W line of SkirL just in Mrs WiJIiamsI j frnewlongcorsetsin Mrs iI1iamsI1 For 3aIej4 bushels seea ry W T Head LOST One 400 pouud black heifer has been gone for about one month Mrs B S Clements If you are thinking of bUying a gasoline enginesee the Miama at A 0 Kimballs FOR SALE4o head good stock ewes GEORGE COLVIN WilhishurgIy FOR SALEOne sow and nfue pigs and one sow and six pigs Lonnie Campbell FOR ALE4 registered yearling Hereford bull 11Inquire WA NTED Atonca Stone Masons 1L R Mayes Road Supervisor FOR SALE Will self on the J street Monday 1 fresh Jersey cow I T DTAPP When ou want a wheat drill see the Thomas Just received a carload cf Birdsell wagons See them at A C Klmballs On account of the fat races it Louisville round trip tickets will be on sale from now untilI Oct 9th One anJ onethird fares plus 25c STRAYEDrOn my plaqe 8c miles from town one black ehoat i weighing abolt 100 lbs Owner may have same by paying for i feed and this advertisement Decatur Dragoo Big display of fall and winter hate to be seen at my store on Friday and Saturday Oct 1st and 2d MrsMulhcan over PeoplesDeposit Bank Marriage license was issued this week to Mr Willie Lanham and Mamie Mann Both are well known in the county and have the best wishes of many friends Mr EJverett Baker andA Miss Myrtle Clark were married Sat urdav at the residenc of Rev R E C Lawson Both are prominent young people of the Booker neighborhood t Come in today and have your measure taken for a new coat suit or skirt Mrs McCulloch from Louisville will be at the Williams millinery store with a beautiful lineto show you Prices right FOR SAtBrTwo farms in grass well improved plenty to brcco land 91 acres on i1e- idjoiningpHngfleld1 100 acres id pike near Pleasant Run JOHN DEBO NOTICE All persons know ing themselvfs indebted to the estate of James Berchj deceased will call and settle same and all persons having claims against the estate will present same tome properly proven on or be fore October 1st 1909 M G Leachman Mo W CU Everything in millinery to be eenat my store I have em ployed Miss Gracewell of Lbnis viile and Miss Eliza Hagan of St Ros neighborhood to as sist v tMrs Mnllicin over Peoples Deposit BankJ A large number from here attended tha Foot Ball game be uIsvil1rHighday St Marys won fby a score of 6 toO f j I Send m your afternoon orders early as hereafter I will not be able to make more than om delivery during the afternoon to anyone section of town Orders received after 4 oclock may have to be held over till next day ISAAC CURRY George Easter a well known colea citizen of the town Wa- sfundgu West Main Street last Saturday morning in a serious condition which is thought to have been caused by a fiJi as the negro did not seem to he drunk He was Taken to the barber- shOp of Alex Adams where he died that afternoon See the New C Qki hatat Mrs Williams The JOhuH Sparks Sho which exhibited here last Friday was well attended and the entire show was equai io if not better than any show we have seen in Springfield Miss Lucy McGowah of Lcui yule Will address the ladies of Springfield and surrounding county at the Eresbyterian church next Sunday afternoon Everybody invited I e reallatsales during the past week Tha house and Jot of Charley Moore to John Lilly Barber and Joe Pettus for 1500 Sani Nally to Edd Dragoo 300 acres of land for f27 50 peracre The fire alarm was given yes lerday t morning about two iheni clock It was dIscovered that the residence of DrM W Hyatt was on fire The fire however was extinguished be fore the department arrived The fire had burned a hole through the kltch nfloor letting the range down into the cellar Beyond this no further damage was done Judge Thurman spent 1a week campaigning in Greentf countyand vas greeted at every place by large and erithXisiastic crowds Some of those Who oppose him have tried to make it appear that the Judg bad poor crowds but we are reliably informed that larger crowds greeted him than have ever turned out to hear a political sppech in the rural districts of the county He isspeaking this week in Taylor county andl is having large crowds Fine Farm SoFdi The sale ofNrN C Camp bell and Sam Bottoms of their farm of 148 acres 2 miles west of Springfield on last Saturday was well attended The farm was purCbasedby Mr W K Robertson for 9150 Bargain clA 140 acrje farm one mite tpwri all in grass gooA fomI dwelling and good barn locatedj on good pike Price acreif sold immediately 4 LAJICE BOSLEY t Notice of Change in Voting Precinct Boundary I Notice whereby given that the boundary line between the vot iing precinct of Predericktown No1 and Springfield No9 has beenchanged so as to exudE the following voters from Fred ericktown No 1 and indude said said voters in Spnngfield No 9 to wit R A Mclntire P Jf Shanahan R A Wheatley Martin Spaldingj JT Wheat ley Monroe Cecil R LClem ents C R Clementc Olhe Bor dersJR Keene T F Keene Prank Keene Milton Keene Charlie MujadlGe Mudd Will EleryRalph Yates Mike Bran renlLee iMcIutire Tom Mc Entire and Wash Si aims psf fop T Hands J L Cbrpman Maasac Ky eajs used Dr Bens Antiseptit Salvo qnI my fands which were spre and fin cureijthem = A W tr Teeth ex f out tracted YlthIIDAjtfGF jr No charges r ijareij t Ll WOR 2 Done in this office is firstclass r i in every respect and jjusf as ad wwtTALLARDDnS IISprlnAflcld Ky 9 MM9 DEATHS 1iThe fifteen year old daughter- of Mr L N Svmps n in the Valley I3ill neighbor hood died Tuesday moruiflg or Typhoid fever f rAfterLa lingering illness of liver aid stomach trouble Mr Prank Call died Sunday at 6 p uu Mr Call was about 52 y eats ojd and a man well known 10 the people 01 this his native county During his life be had made many friends by whom he will be missed He leaves his agedmother a brother and one son Burial services were conJ ducted at MacUvrite Monday Mr John Zihndinger died Friday at the home of his daugh ter Mrs Geo Begeman of Paralysis He was a man about 68 year of age and had been a resi dert of Springfield only a short time and was no known to many people here He was of German parentage and was born in a German village pear Evansville Ind He was a man of industry and considerable ability He leaves Uq children to mourn his death Mr Adolph Zahndin ger and Geo Beeeman both of this place The remains were Stturdaylforburml Mrs Cassa Anna White did at her home near Manton Sep- ternher24thof a complication of diseases Mrs White was born in this county Septembet 8th ij635 and was a daugtjter of John and Mary Anne Walker She was married Ajgust 30 1849 to Charles A White who preceded her to the grave sever al years agb TJiey ad twelve children six of whom aro vet living namely Ben F White of Decatur III Charles J White of Canton HL rsW P Kelly of this place 3V R vliio3cf Canada and William H arid Anna White who lived with their mother Mrs White was a good Christian woman whose maid manner andllC charitable disposition won her many friends Funeral services were con i ductd Saturday afternoon by Rev Father Hehnessy at iat Dominicschurch Interment h St Dominics cemetery Mrs George Robertson died at her home near Kirkland last Sat urday morning at 9 o clock She had been ill for several years with dropsv which was the immediate cause of her death Her maiden name was Alice wells being adaughter of An tnony and Amanda Wells She was porn August 13 1850 iin the neighborhood where she died 38 years agtshe was married to Derland Brown who died sev eral years ago To this union five children were born four of whom survive namely Mrs R A Noe Mrs Bernice Graham and Messrs Leo andiOsca r herIGeorge R tbii M n 10 vilh th following four children survives namely Roy Clnb Waiter and Georgia MrsRobins n was a woman devjoted to hrrami1Y and who spught to make every body her friend During her uSe she was tver tying to do I MILLINERY OPENING II- II 1 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Ocober 1st and 2d I f f You are cordially invited to attend the Pall and Winter Display of Millinery The swellest line of 1 Hats in jown f f II WATHEN SHADER Over J J Graves Jewelry Stores 1 L 1 something to better the condition t of those near and dear tto her afad in her death her tm munitr has suffei ed J a distinct lossFuieralservices were conduct ed Sujiday afternoon at Willis afelpwhich itbe remains wia laid to rest In r the cemetery at that place fPERa A f Miss Blenor Duncan has re turned hhme after a vsIlt Miss Mildred Spalding of JLebancn Mis Lizzie Kinkead of Eliza bethfown has accepted a posi tion vith Miss Willie Kn tti MACharliei Miirandchjl- drnofBardstown3ipcnt Tues day wIth Mr Edd Russell and family MrsS Atma Spalding of Lob janojj spent Tuesdaywith Miss Margaret Haoah mo Stiles of Bardstown waS in townMonday on business Mrs Sue Knott has gpne toJ St Louis to visit friendsy v Miss Mabel aDOrnS cf Bard LDspentSuutJay Mjasi Roxie Holtshouser 1NewL Price and family analJoePriceTuesday J rM C C McGill of Lebanon spefat Monday in town Mr J 1 Wimaatt of Louis virspent Sunday heret rvnIivil i eij SIbeij SI yester to vi f ihasJ nied him and are tight 4 See QUT ami hats and 2d Mr J Hays of Mt Zion was in town Mr Hugh Sties of Danville was here alurday Ray Wakefield of Americus Ga was here Mrs J C Shader viited at St Marys Sunday Messis E S Mayes Jr and Frank Peters in Harrods burg Mr Walter Leachman called to Louisville Tuesday on account of the death of hisin fan son Dudley who is at tending school iii Louisville here Mr Maurice Kirk of May svilie returned home after yisit to his cousin Mrs Elizi McLaughlin Mr Mrs John of Spencer county visited Mrs M Waters family week 1fiS M leave touight for Burnside Kyt whore he will be engaged for the ten days in closing out 10OCJb stock of at auction t tI Ii i ji IINEXT TUESDAY f 12 fP r31 JtII OCTOBER 59 i s J I OURJ l I Speciall Bisplay 6f LLadies8d TailoredII d SSuflsrif r I 1t The Manufacturer will have8maobere that I r day with his entire line off Suits and Skirts line 7 I of samples coupled with our large stock of SUITS NOW IN STOCK will enable you to see our extensive display off high class garments Dont fail to call WhdI1ertjj you intend to buy or tII i l 1 4 other d6partmentfe on thatOO1fti Attractions day NewIGOods coming in Y i I aj1iveryday now Besur toijco in frc ilTheI Robertson laybrooke e fIII- S X INCORPORATED 1 + Building Sealed bds be received by undersigned from time up to 2 oclock Saturday Oct 9th 1909 for the contract for bnitd log the Masonic Temple Mackville CF Chairman Building Corumit- eeCIthIO1WXAWTAP tothe u4he1s1u I 4x3 4 i InvestigateThe lnves gareThef Quality Style Compare be benefitted by the y t Comparison OiuiPfices display of tailored i trimmed Friday Saturday i October 1st and 4 I I WILLIAMS XW 4 Saturday Monday Mr and were yesterday was Robertson vyas Saturday and Sjfunday has a and Wjgginton J and last Oarapbell will a merchandise 1 tl i His not In Contract will the this a Ky Hickerson cts Pb1c1a1eS Ij I will on- Satnrdiiy October 16 at 2 oclock Np m offer for sale my dwelling house situated on East Main St The house con tains 8 reoms with bath a good cellar good barn and all other outbuildings Aho tha lot OxI 200 feet between this house Joe ClUybrookes This property wilt be offered separately and then as a whoe Terms made known ou day of sale HR THOMPSON 60 WithA Rush The demand forthat wonderful l Stomachach Liyer and Sidney cure Dr Kings New Life Pills is astound tat Haydori Robertson say they never saw the like Its because they never fall tp dire Sour Stomach Constipation Indigestion Biliousness anlMalariaRobertson I Blood Rolsdn is prevented by applying tr Bells Anti Fain to cuts scratches and cruises It destroys all septic matte c rslks the vourd to heal witho S = L 1UptnDate Millinery I the last of this week my entire IIBy of Fall rind Winter Millinery will be on fiand and may be seen at my Store Miss Bffie Foster Miss Nannie Simms Miss Jennie a I Price and Miss Kinkead will apslsi me and ask their friends to call in and see them + Fine line I IiII LrMiSS Willie Knoti 1I a ii DRINK i I FJFAN THLI ii ty t The Drink that helps you thinK The Drink of the Fans Rich Red antf Brcy ir i9 f ii Looks Coed tan TazItTIt Good ALW It Is Goo 1 J L r f i9rFAN TAZ The Pennznt WInMrI 3PAH TAZ The n4Jc TRY IT AtDp Jt3 I IlsI Sparkling Katie Exhilrtinf Hmlien Bras511r J ICBLESS SODA FOUNTAIN r r Do You Want To Buy v rAFARM vi 4 t 1ii We can sell youod sanyizIyIoatiosay price We are ready abU tiaies to abOwyaa CMM f i and seejus About L4t 100 FARMS J1fr I tiourrLands Se partial hat below t 17 No1 160 acres 5 miles from Lfbaaom 5 kilcc i riafftcM t L room dwelling in good repair 3 barns pleat ol friit pkity twater all under good fence Price 15000 per acre tNo 2 237 acres six mUss from Spdzgleld a roM fUw2 j dwelling housear 2 stock barns 90 acres of BCW 1law phaty o grass plenty of never falling water all under co felICe4 INo 3 195 acres 1 mile from Springfield 2 dwtUJr Jioimt 2 tdwelling houses 2 barns plenty of water all offata1 yrMi mM under good fence Price 55 per acre No4 8612 acres imile east of Mackvilte f rs utgood tobacco barn all outbuildings fine orchard of IN tns v lkinds of fruit all under good fence plenty of water pMy s JHgrass Price 3500 No 5 128 acres 7 miles from Springfield 11 nile nt f r 5 room dweUibg in good repair 10 acre tobaeeo bara MIr y J of timber good stock bam all the farm will raise toh M JIIict tt 545 per acre No 6 120 acres 7 ream dwelllsg 12 acre tob ce term isa stock barn 100acres fine river bbttpm laid 2Q acrtt A itptM under good fence no overflow land Price MS eraNo7 200 acres on good pike brick dwelUmf tiast b ss 3 3 tobacco barns fine tpbacco land at least OMkalf of tM JiI1land Price 46 per acre No8 12 acres lmile from Sprimgfield wt plkeS v dwelling In good repair good barn all uad r good ft ylmtjr of fruit plenty of water Price 12500 No9 150 acres 1 mile frontpike oa countyrod 1 alIt fltLoretto 7 roontdwelUng In good repatr aU uadtrg fics aU hIn grats etcept 16 acres plenty of water telepIos aIMt rairoute fine stock barn 60 ft square p enty of iObace 1aad Fr4c t 1 30 per acre I itNo 10 9OJ acres 3 mites from Springfield cWMto KlMci S room dwelling in good repair tobacco barn 3x4 goid l tck ter 11 under good fence plenty of locust posti Price fJVOO Lake u Boslcy Iif1 t jJb Jtw EYES TEST1 tIIJ Ii Ed M Russell J I EELER AND OPTI IW E I r I BIMM IE ICE f3It to of the JoMcn y aa to t Au IiIIai WI1 Jyng gt UII tfa1wu at 1H4aetown- PWWP case on board to Mlet si1 M sfee Intended tak- 4iF = r reaeel The stew d waS il re M the chIet officer 4s4iti4ae to do the boaort for our YteHor iftr eiuoit py whom I tLIeStI1 and with whom fell lii Iii a short tIafter wesLId WItfl WP Otit It few weeks th Jiff t nt lit and wr i i ij iiifc Airs Heau t4Li S lite liit tuiitaiu party A wsi ifo +sjf I c tight her Ui my ar jowl printed one burning kiss ipw k1 f lipS God bless and preserve 7u darMngr wjtf all I uttered as Cajftala LOBMU drew her aft Tbetz were sit lowered Un safe tjr 4 iwo after ward ittJlie Golden Ya hy ifertfir Ip1GI1e fceHvent wending 5t of fcirue eie brilliant than be fstawf will Jwtath the troubled CL FiktiHi tly the weather was II let ibi S wal bitterly cold A C HMM 4frooiter and sextant trer fctjl lonfjboat and the skipperI rferfl wr lift keep close iIow M his wakeTThIsorder en SetTorfd to ofeej to the best of mj ability bet during the following night a free gale sprang up and when t JBorBlng dawned the other boats were owkere to be seen OiiUbe morning of the bixth day wo tank 5irsIrea standing right Into IMJ WMC was fdrnied by a crescent mirdkbrg S24uaied by the bltlngr wind andworn I toy firiratlon now all hope seemed f api manyaiofiour nnmber wished to eadfthclr dRsery at once ttar IB the boat and let us die like oNel gpwJed a rnugb benrd 4 wairlslsg with boathook I KTswped Jilnjy the throat and pin v Jo eil blIBJ to tfi thwart BeV man yu Jjbund Hiiil live for V sth en jf not for yourself 1 cried The ferocious gleam In his eyes ckaBgmi aiMlhe vept Gcd help us TesJ Iforgpt myself U Ti pest now he answered gently We turned a point of the Iceberg and entered a timall cote Jo leeward bop Jag to find a dead seal The watei1 k reasstll1asn mill pond and on J tte plateau we saw a large white bear- Hurrah my lads chance for us yell We must have that fellow at any cost I shouted encouragingly asJ dl reeled the boats head toward a large be that Jutted from thn leiut prcclpl tougpartof the berg We armed ourselves with stanchions boathooks acd oars landed and start 4 Iri pUrsuit The noble animal made stand ah first his fierce pink eyes gieamjpg like opalsas we charged hlm A taower of blows raining upon his deTOted bead soon changed hls pur poe vand he fled precipitately Along the plateau up Ice crags and glaciers across crevasses had chasms be botm kd but we followed thirsting sot hki blood He came afealn to bay aBd after a short hard tight belay a i weltering corpse at our feet Twenty knives were Instantly plunged Into It Y lM we greedily ate the raw flesh still V 5tann aslt was When our hunger was somewhat as Miaged we proceeded to cut up the bear In order to convey it down to the boat In his Inside we discovered n quantity of partially digested fish a piece of tarred rope some buttons and 5a sealskin tobacco pouch I was struck with amazement when the last article came to sight for recognized i It instantly as one that had belonged t3 Captain Lomax If his our skippers Its got a metal y button ont with some foreign gibber- IshHe gave me a chaw from t tother day and 1 seed that said the sail Baker 1 looked There was the button JJ withal be otto Sub JSpe We pan derjed over It for awhile and at the last ame to the conclusion that the CagtainV party hid been of was still Bpou the berg so we agreed to sep ante for awhile aid Institute a search as far as lay In owr power F was making my way around a p JecHng glacier when I beard a hail from below and sawthree tour num bet grouped together near a ctjevassp tlcniatlng and beckoning to me hjirrled to the spot as quickly as the rigged surface would permit me Look here sir This tells a tale Id the old sailor sorrowfully Rtonntn I leered into the cbamn r 1At the bottom u depth of about three feet covered by o thin sheet of pellu cd lee lay aburnan form coffined In ii frozen grave In a second I recop tiized the features of my darling Emi ly Beaumont With a wild bitter cry of anguish I threw myself Into T QblIlyWiulcber and glued iny lips 1o r the ce over her sweet face fi Like a glass framed picture of a s iBleeplng arisel she lay her bands fold ifd across her breast her calm bolv fririmilo still beaming up to me from the i iiy shr0ud which environed her iBfe nave bnjt a dlin recollection of what oc lurred for some flays after have Ssince beard that niy shipmates burt Toe a ravJiS lunatic ilGTvu to th boat lay m n dull jrtupor until Cv were rescued by the American arkStprm Cloud Under gentle treaf nt I regalupd strength both of Uodv overshadowedJfdlspelied alas for in dreamy night watcbej tIme saintly face of my poor lost Emily linnnts me like a drenra Captain Louiax and his party Itudl been taken pff the Iceberg by n passing 5 Vessel ibut Mrs Bcauinout had died from expoHure prior to that vent n nil bed been burled at her rciiucstlirth t frozen calaraiiub In whIch Isawhcrlnst TJie llrd In nana j Xbnriy ifay Ifets promise tomnrn each other when wegrov nJtoGra V iiOhno I might like sbiy eist Beiter jhen Lonny Me too Gracme hastily Ob yes lets do promise XansasC1ty Times u A Success Mrs ITeiapeck l married you to r v forms you Mr EeppekYou sureeu SdIii never mnarry4againhf live hAtbousand ye r oht1ustracct fiS 1SI t rilt y nvU uarI rlie watvh cut brtyeamiiI My Serce green eyes mypricked up tno marauders by Theres not a nicked lightning bug Nor night moth howacr rash4 Weald dare m claws I amI5 quick J hv Jfc In a flash if the ftw mice fear to pass i bur rden gate 4 r fctre u Bill HE deatk wl lie In wait I j erou4ilnd the hrubb ry t Or Jtaee shadowy yard i0 fw r lihte houf e uli ever fJeis- ffcs iiib ii Itfl gunrri Youth a ompaniarh The Price of an Egg Biant beBattts why hi a practical farmir oCf tbe stigef tells u funny story niiropos of two elderly negroes vboni Hlie rp eutly employed to take charge of the extenslfe poultry yards the bus esfiibttjihM on her big farm near Osslnlng N Y Thwse men Noah Jackson and Ales nder Johnston are Importations from Dlnwlddle iouuty Va a region fa hioua for the HUapness and plentiful ness of Its etfgs and poultry Down there eggs spll In summer at anywhere from 8 cents to 12 cents per dozen mind rarely vtr rise higher than 15 rents In tbe v1tr When they were ttold that fesBies egg product coin ninnda a net price of 00 cents pec dozei the year around at NewT York b nll riftuur nts their seusaltlbns t lirsi thuse pf astonishment then f t r 4inlity i TV other day she overheard neon Atr tion between the two men as ttipv washio and packtd a ease of eggs for out of tier prize vustomeis 4t ran something like this JieyouI dunno Mijtnh Johnston whether Miss Bate Is a truthful lady or not abut one thing I dues know and that IIs that any hen lu the United States can afford to lay eggs for a ceut alIeceNew York World AN IMPRACTICAL JOKER lie Thought It Was Very Funny tu Fiie the Hayrick Practical Joking the meanest form ot wit i common In Hungary for merly the pranks used to be coarse if not dangerous but that Is changing now The only saving grace of the Jlagyarian practical Jokes says W B Pi Bovlll irr Hungary hud the Hun garIansK Is that they are not porpe trated In a splritof bitterness One of the most famous Jokers of the old school was Jozsa Gyurl BxlleiJ ItTone of the most Inaccessible partsv of the great plain llvodyaud lIed a prodigal and a buffoon A story Is told of Jozsa going to spend a night with a Count Kegtpvlgh Wishing to Impressive tie journey ed thither In a beau iftil new coach of which he was very proud Oh hplng shown over the grounds by the ctiuut his attention was directed ton remark nbly fine hayrick Hay was then standing at a good price After sup per Jozsa drew together some friends and the rtrk was soon nothing but n heap of allies jThe next morning when Jozsa wanted to continue his Jonriipy his von derful carriage wa not to be seen anywhere Why my friend said time count you yourself burnt it last night The tnt Is my conch house wants repair tag and as the evening threatened to be wet we put your carriage under the rick to keep It dry A MAN OF LUCK he StoVy of the Test by the Eastern Jings liinister A klngVonce said to a minister Do you believe hi luck I do said the minister r Can you prove It asked the king Yes I can f 5SD one night lie tied up to the cell iIng of tOOth n bag containing peas mixed with diamonds and let In two tren one of wbgm believed hi lurk and the other In human pffortalnno The one who believed in lurk quietly laid himseir down on the ground on his blanket the other after a thin found the bag And feeling In the dark the pens and stones ate the twos and threw the diamonds to his eon panlou saying There are the stones for ypur Idleniss The man below rocplved theraln Ills Iblanket I In the morning the kmg4 jind thp minister catbe and told each mann to keep what he had found The man who believed in trying got the peas Iwhich he had eaten the other got the aiaraonds The minister then said Sire there may you see be luck hut it is as rare as peas mixed with diamoiids so let none hope to llro by luck An East 9m Fable Large Fees After Benjamin Harrison shad retlr ed as president and resumed the praq thee of law he found himself associat ed With Mrx Knpx then as now ol Plttsburg but tarryIng no political prestige And as to the fee Inquired Mr Knox shall 4se divide It Really Sir Knox I never divide fees said the former president will iqake my own terms you arrange yours The case was won The two again met You will under th ld Jlr Knox said the former president why 1 did not wish to divide the fees when tell yu that my Ice in thVt ease was 25000 Ah Indeed most IntereMIngr1 re plied the PIttsburger WellGeneral Hardsell my fee was 100000jIlart ford Times Horns Science Aftcrn three years course at Klng r college London in home sclentv aiir economics women students will bo ibh to gain t8e diploma of M H Srmls tress of home science it Is hofipd says the London1 Malt that ln tins the work done In these cduntps mw convince the university authorltlc In London anti elsewhere that t science underlying the right nanac meat of a house Is asi ad valued aiu worthy of a place in a nniverHv tu1 endar as the science required for equipping a doctor or all fugiwe Time promoters thus hqpe ultimate for an extension of time PreSent B S degrce The Woods of New York One vrjraM never think there ccfuuV he two such iiiisotihisticntwd young men In nil Br ftktoti hUt fher ai Time two In qucwlluiK are aiglll S6vp teen and a few days no he nii laying plans set New York A visit toto that city hris loiir been tho goal ol each onew ambition They tin iy tle jlded togo and pehdthc wlyIe suin Tinetv but a Irjeud asked themwhcre omitrjuthiivfbu jfak1 one seriously jpcia getspmp Jcltd of Work to do days and well filepp In the woods nlghbs Irock ton Times k lhis Growks oi1tWtVin lu tfmiswoodijndmmine Now how would ltb Thbave onp growI like bear4AuthorThe very tfilug Jtfcllcalfi iijruwcrltlcs Kansas City Ind pnd4ftt OIG SWIMMING EVENT National Ton Mile Chafnpionship to Be Held In St Louis Sept 6 Time chfifcJiiansbip tvu uillvr SVhieii every swiaiMifiig enthusiast b looking forvvjfrd ta Vlfjj ketflt almtirEpntiOzL vyilTtaki pine tm ther ilsslsslppl ou SepJiU This nntipuai event carries with jit the hoUling u rajyoar of a 1000 trophy wbjcli beeodies the ab solute property of the man who wIns It three timcH HJ Hnndy of the Illinois A C of Gfilcago now has two legs on It and if he wins It this year It is his for good The Missouri A C under whose auspices the race ts hell feels that the loss of Hiccup would kill time event which huss rown 40 monsfer size fully 200000 Persons I witnessing It lastyear1 andslxty corn Thin OOODWlOXEOP COCNTBY OltEAT E5T HtyiilMEltS petUolfs repnrthjg Xiiturally The club jsdolnj all in HsiKiwer to dcrettt the Cufcagoau undsevprai uiiutHciai let ters are ivported to luive been re ceived by Daniels and Guodwiu of the XeW York A C reiuesitng their oii tries and offering alt sorts of Inducements If fIny will conscut to start It is nbt known what Daniels will do but Gootbyin Is hesitating He realizes that time course a most un fair one for tilt current has a speed of from one tor seven miles according to the raceway otto follows Dawlcls feels confident that he can defeat the field In Spile of any attempt to trick hint out of It and lie may go Good win however is not so eeltain that he wants to hin the risk Time entry list fortfie race is larger than ever 4 CLEVELANDS NEW PILOT Work of Jim McGuire as Leader of Naps Being Closely Watched All eyes mire uow being centered on Jim McGuire who stieceetled Napoleon Lajole as uifinasjpr of time Cleveland Americans Since taking hold pf the Naps the veteran hits Injected ginger into the men and at present time team is playing a more aggressive game than It ever did before Although the Ktnsoh Is almost over and too late for the Naps to climb why up In the first division still It shaws that Me nulre Is capable of whipping together tnt MOOTIUJ THE SlAVAOFn OP run CLEVliLANl AJlIEltlCANS- a pennant winning ninbinatIoi It Is time genera ojl iiii that If he Is at the helm next Kpasan ttime Cleveland team wjll ma lit It very warm for their rivals JIcGuire has had managerial pfunm1t107lmeBostonAiftpflp ns Tini whipped the bunrh uf kliln frouitall Ptiders Jnto a flclitin7 niaphlnp larintr time founda tMi for tup whirlwind team th At Is jow Iwlnjr pMrited hv Fred Lak9 AloTulrp M rolwblv the oldest man tt ieJKJI traflv llf has lbn lit lanuss for o tfirtwcntyflve yenrs A wise man thlriks before he speaks Lilt a foot speaks aiV then thinks of wlwt has bcpji snytoig Vicarious Senses Prdfenr Joljii VrKoiidrlck doubts tlio orrHtiifss of tie Kctwral belief that rb u a Unman Viinj ls bereft of one tHiise hl j otIiorsiiii compensate him lby coinliigXmoiv acute Ksparlmviital tcao he tws show that time humid caliiiot toll ht direction of souudj better or In Kr sounds fajlher than tlm e who cair Sec Their sense of touch tint Is no more aiute In fact sonic tests bunS vuown It aetunlly ics nouh hs fonernl time senses of blind ore on the a venigtvlfia acute thit tIisc cf pci nns WIlD crtn see rn fo r McKpndilck thinks that the niiitlity- nyf the blind to find their way alxiut wUl hseciB to jnjply neuter ReiiKeK Is realty du to Involuntary cpncentTn tlon of lfnijJHi cuabllhg theta to telid1retlJ d pCremive fir currents and chaiftesVipf tcnyernture whlchi escape the qwmtlon otr other people Youtlis Companion r k DO Vou Get Up ftth a Lame Back Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everyone knows of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot thereat kidney liver and iiii rx Bladder remedy be TO cause of its remark t II able health restoring t properties Swainp t Root fulfills almost iievery wish in over it rheumatism IIIpainnthe back kid neys liver bladder i and every p4rt 6f the urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water and scaldingpain in passingit or bad effects followinguse of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day and to get up mauy times ddrino thp night SwampRoot is not recommended for everything but Jf you have kidney liver oritiladder trouble it will be found Just theI5renicdyyou need It has been thor oughly tested in private practice and has proved so successful that al special ar lungcmcnt has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not al ready tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to findoutifyouhavekid A neyorbladdcrtrouble wit When writihgi entiofl r1 reading this generous offer ia this paper anil Dr Kilmer S Co uwmpzaot Binghamton N Y The regular fiftycent and onedollar size bottles are sold by all druggists Doiit snake any mistake but remember the taame SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the ad dress Binghamton N Y on every bottle Grievous Offense No sir said Plodding Pete 1 tvould not stop another mInute to talk to dehi folks Dey passedme but a short an ugly word What whs it J Work Washington fstar V Naturslly It was very romantic about Mr and Mrs Smith He proposed to her In an nirslilp says time caller Yes replied the hostess And understand he has been up in theahr tver since Ghfcago Post One Point Settled They say the new Mrs Bangs Is a very jrood plain cook 01 dont know about the excellence jf the cookery hut shes plain all right Houston Post Her Constitutional Right Gladys So youve sent Herbert about his business hrve you Maybelle Sjes But hidvc since used the erirccall on hlm Chicag Tribune Tur a montu i stored new plates in a closet along with a mantle tujJ hill of them gpt fogged Time mantle you see contained thoritfn a radlouctlvei uubstnupe that penetrates a cardboard jlnte box as easily as It penetrates riass I didnt knowthat tilltny loe- tart told me nst weekv My Igno rance cost mi or n liuiHlrQdpliites fXcw York Vfflfl Shunted ElItorIs t ur irs effort ftudtiuig lv Yes sir Is It worth mvtbittK to you t r KdiloT Tvlth Pinotiani Its wortli a nilupa If ysu will pwlnsp not to write nyjhiue iijocc for publication until fior this hfl bein prlnjcd want ttlr sittIyeoutput you umlprstuHd Iuiding poetI promise that nil jlirlit Vheif wHI itig printw- lEtlltortNprer while Im alive Lon lion Tcfigr ph A kindness dottq to the gocdbmi uever iostllautucL Uetroit Dp ing Clubs Chart Revise Thy iroctors of the troif Urivif cjul have rccotfSldcred their Ueelioii- to change the Choaber of Cdinmtrfe 1000 pacing stake rom the 2K chistt to tiio 215 cljufn timid this nature cf the grand circuit meeting will remain lu the 2lil class The value of the Wolverene QandKnp a free for all pace which trtkes time placb of the 207 pacing trtakuis to be 3000 Tin Merchants and Manufacturers stakt of 10000 remains for tl e 224 trotttis und tljere Is a rehetritl of the 3000 vcnt for 211 trotters Jhe Wplvjirene Is to be two in three and the other events three In live hents Scotlands Patron aaint Why vfna St Andrew chosen as thf patron saint of Scotland This ques tion has been asked many lines biii the archdcflfon of whom Dean fbItells tiiny bo considered to have dls9ov bred time most satisfactory solution of the problem Gtiitlemen said he ho was speakiiig at a St Andrews tiny Imnqiiot at time time Ihnvc given this difficult subject my thoughtful consideration mid I have come to the conclusion that St Andrew was chosen tIn be the putron salflt pf Scotland be inuse he discovered the lad who iiRil lime loaves arnltlslmesDundeeAd I tcrtlscr Penn Crew Arrahgino Dates There appears to be a growing at tempt to heal the athletic break which has long existed between Pennsylvania and natural geographical rival Princeton Time freshman crews of tin universities will meet lu n race on the Bchuylklll ud it is a known fact thi uogotlatltyis tire under way to nrnuigv a race bet ween the varsity eights jtl well Rowing Is booming at Pomisyt vatila and a prutciitiuus schvilulo if being arranged A varSity vHte lut alreiuly been scheduled with Yale an races with Prlmotoii nnU Nev universities are probHbllltles- Liic Chinese minister of finance nlaiiufug reforms in the bllver and cop per currency of time empire Italy obtains a revenue of l2noo 000 annually by taxing salt Austrlti makes nearly i 0X000 by ndipla fas i Jacob Slfer of Jmrnly C iitertlla woryiitaOCIjI litsIttieItribute moe than a fourth about 2S Vjr tneI1Oe tf the Bowd IL professors re cgntlV coWed a let er front GcrmaSy addrwod to the H rr Profosisoi Doe torrTJoitowln mind th Medicinal School of Ialne In ChlnaVril tht It nd belongs to the state the average ont Js cents an acre The solof the Yaugtse valley Is rich that a Aunr tulle Is capable of supporting 3SiO pore ns John iMcrrill of Ilnldcrncss N H Thetfloes all kinds of tea u work driven en lively uy the use of dna a NEN stjIJRTSTORIES Prudence of a French Diplomat An amUHlng little ndvpnture hap pened the o her day to the new French prime ii lnlKtin M Brland He paid an ofliclal vlsltto n little town In the southeast of France whlchIji famous for Its clocks and watches The win ister opened the local exhibition and after ihesijsvehes thb local mayor pre snuted him with a magniQccnttchro rcometer made in tile town If your excellency will allow bo sald we will keep the wntcb for a few days timid regulate It M Brlusd who though a Socialist has a siusi of humor comes from thiS south of France himself and kqows that pramlups there are not always Kept He knew too that a colleague had tbo sane watch given to lilnrlast year that it had been kept to be regulated and that It had not ypr reached Paris So Brlatid prime minister of France shopkM le Malre BIHAXP SHOOK Hilt WAnMIT till HAND warmly by the hand told him that he was n bit of a clocjmakcr himself and would cjjjoy putting the watch Iuor dvr and would think while he did si of the kiudness of the town which had presented It to him M4 Crland bal discovered that the satcb is au ex cellent timekeeper farljs Letter to Washington Slar A Type Often Met George Gould was talking In the salpn of Kaiser Wilhelm II of time queer characters tact on shipboard Thorp was nVver a ship yet said Mr Gould that did not have one her son aboard who buastfd eternally ol the luimbor yf times he bad crossed the Atlantic Now it Is thlrtynltii times now it is ninotysjx tithes Ev cry ship carrhs invariably this out passenger who seems to have devoted his whole life to making a record ftv Atlantic crossings otice heard a Detroit girl pokej n little fun ata passenger of this typ He said to her lj Do you know this Is my fifty seventh crossrng tIs It site silk indifferently TtV my iiinetyrcigbth Keally the man explained UQh ytml IndctHl she answered yawning Its an old story with m crossing the Atlantic now Why ac tually always recogttlzs more that half the waves we meet A Putting Tip From St Andrews man on his first Visit to St An drcvs was much Impressed by tin high standard of elllclency which hi saw displayed n the greens by theta J with whom lit played He studlcp tin actions of these heroes to see If xhe could discover nuy common feature In their methods At last he saw light He observed that they all hold the left hand inorc under the club when put ting than they did when driving From this he deduced a rule of o- ntduetsae the finger nails of the left hand mIlieu addruftsed to hall Foi the rest of lila stay and It may be for some time flcrward his Own putting Improved considerablyrLoudon Post Tvvo Gtrafsht Streets In viewing Manhattan from a point of vantage on the MeU3olItan tower nearly fe t from tls pkldwalk one Is chiefly Impressed by o rigid lines wjilrii Park and Mitdl ow avenues cut through the length of time Island A tapclhie drfu through i miniature model city could not he stnilghter A twelve Inch rIflojliscmr iodatTjvcntj third street would send Its bullet ctrulght into Harlem without touching l building oil either mkleXew Yort Postt Epiiep Fits My pn was cured of a very bad cae of epilepsy with Df s Mills kcrvinc MRS rfBAKER Clevjcland O- My little dafightcr who was afflicted with St Vitus Dance is now entirely vcll after taking Dr Miles Nervine only four months MRS G G BENNETT Alia Mich Epilepsy Fits St Vitus Dance and Spasms arc all nerv ous diseases They have been cured in so many instances with Dr Miles Nervine that it is reasonable to conclude that it is almost sure to cure you With nervous diseases of a severe type persistent use has almost invatlably resulted in a complete cure or lasting benefits worth many times the cost of the rem edy The best evidence you can get of its merits Js to write to those who have used it Get a bottle from your druggist Take it alLaccordirig to directions and If itdoes not benefit he will re turn bur money ii MANY NEPLAYERS Small Army of Young Diamond Stars to Have TryoUt In 1910 YANKEES ARE WELL FORTIFIED New York Am rican Tefem Carriej- Sevep fvllnop Leaguo Cracks St Louie Browns Ten Brooklyn Leads List In National League Ely degrees the olil tiniuis those who were fonneptcd with game of baseball a decade and mcmre are passing put of time Umbiigbt irdnpw ones are taking their places Of late this appears to ibrtye been thecasft more than ever before Fqr theviast two or three seasotwnotatcljib In ei ther orgatlzatlou hut has tjikcn time field at the darien call iri the suiItif with vmaiiy youngsters occupying promlnenfi places on its personnel Hut such is time ftte of genie It must be The funs want fast baseball and If they lyust have fast Uall It falls uijon younger men to furnish it The season of 1009 started iith more youugstof s In time gnm than hny other year that lion gone before Many of thp veterans It cenw yore relegated to the wntp heap about the same time and their places hind to be uUIed Aiid next season promises to rival the pros emit one for the record In this respect Ever since the curtain was pulled up and the greatest of athletic jlramas staged the scouts of the various clubs In the American and National leagues have traveled around the country with to tryinglocateenough for the select circles f tine big circuits Scarcely a league even though it bo towed away in some re mote part of the country but what has had n visit from one or the other of the hunters for players And jiidg ing from time reports which these Im portant factors to a team have made to their employers time croj has been a good one The small1 orgnnblatlons have uncovered ninny llUelf looking young fellows who m xt season will Journey to the southland with the teams wliTMi have already secured ipr will In time near future secure a hold on theui for a trial S imeof them of course Will bo sent Icick fir more sea soning but other will find re ijlar ageswillf Already the notebooks Containing time names of players lu11hic minors who irlll heart watching tre nearly flhledbe names of bund cd of slay ers have been filed away therein for future reference and whlld the prescut teams are busily engaged In lidttJing for their respective peunants the man agements are beginning to live hi the future to sojourn iu 1910 It lakes ompetent inen to pick out the young steps scampering aitout on the din monds of the bush leagues tto size them up correctly Rut this portion of work Is as nothing compared with that which falls upon the usaiiageritl shoulders at the beginning 0t time sea son when the sifting must begin and the chOir must be got rid of with as little loss as possible and tile jwlitsnt must be retained for use throughout another six or seven mouths Just how many youngsters will hava been corralled by time various leanik in the big leagues by next spring it would be folly to try to estimate but the early season returns thus fur have been sqgfeat asto Insure a record breaker In this respect To date time record show the American league to have been far more attire In this ru specftban the National The following table hows some of time more recent players obtained by the various teams their positions and the clubs thny come from AMERICAN LEAGUE NfiVV VORK YANKEES Player Position Club Jack Frill Pltchw Newark Otcv J2mhtonOutfielaIer PortlHnd McCennelhPltchci Rocbeler McKethnU InfleWor Whotllng Tlemtyor inflolder AUefiww F niU Outfielder Miirfoif Earl r Infielder 5erey CIt tVASIflNGTON StIO3Noah Ienllnqlnflel4er Bitmlngkam v DETROIT Drain Outrce WHksm4ire lmVDETPA ATHLETICS nmiler sreS Tsinm9i ivcutMuiof mieldtr WtliMr bat r MaHrSPIeuc Wttfc Wfre Slvi LOtlS BKQRTJS FWv r OutnekUr OmithA KirOutncsOnitaUohtheK Pttetier Omnalta Pron Ptteh4r Keopi rrdmnCet KOkI- kIiterPevtmaadEirh JaititemaP1 he e4afat1tI K1ll1cl CtrhrUputo RcwePltcJ rM histl ton J mnsomttFItolsr OaLdtomn BOSTON RIID DL Thonimn I1e1t1e sTeCLEVELAND ULUfTS Jim BAskctt Pitcher Chattanooga CHICAGO WinTESOXt ZolderTnt1elt1or PadroneInfoker Cuban CollinS1nLeIde Springfield Willis 1k Cole Otttflftlder Wichita NATIONAL LEAGUE BnpOKLYK SUPERBAS Forbes Alcock IftflelCter Chattanooga Cranston Infielder Memphis E It ErvlnQ clerRochd tor ShrevessptWheat PHILLIES Frank Bcanlori PitoSur Not a Dame Martelmjnhiider Stetb nvme Arch OsbornlPiteiier Eas Lfverpool ciNClNNATI JSECiS W Johnsto Infielder Chattanooga urn Vau hnPitcher M oon Ccndriok Catcher Vflkesrre WIIHareiBon i J it6hcr LooklandCarr cD 2 noWiu ilafltldiir Milwaukee RaleishA Pitcher yernpn v The FishsJoSts If you wish a visit from me sal time little fIsh to llli little Ismy ju dropi im IhitVPhlliidelphia ImiUl VVagarlesof Memory v The vo tirie4 6f the old mans mu ory tre Indeed curious LoTrd Hbugb idh told Sir Mouutstuart Grant Din that he had once been proseiit who Lord Lyhdhurst and Br Lu5hl igt were asked what vrtu the most jnter eslnthhmr t4iey reuiriubered Qhr saldLyuiiiufstundoubtp the lay which spent with v4sbln ton nj Mount Vernon Oh salt IusriVgton undoubtedly time weJ which I 8jeut with Burke at Btubons field Naturally tLltW wore asked tc tell something of Tfiiit haul Passed or these occsftn hut neither of then mould remember nnthluff whirtovur There Is much to he a1d for assjstlnfc the mcmbiir of good thiajss with diary air Sir XIiunistujiCt hlmsel Ud LondOa C1l1anfce t Oatmeal is the Cerea1 thefinestyour meat at first hand or ratter the meate1mns- Why wit until it has passed through the 1isud of a liotng animal Doiirt eat it sefconcIhandect eat it in oatmeal itself in the form of MothYs OatsREGULAR AND FAMILY SIZES VTOfliERSSOATS are for sale everywhre Thyrer the L4hatyou cin hy TJitre a reasontvhy you thoulclnspoz theni When you ask for MQTHER S OATS refuse olhca oats theres 3 difference r Ask your grocer about the wonderful 375 Fircle Cooler ghre Jfireet to u of Mother Cereals Theare Mothers Oafct Mothers Corn Meal white or yellow Mothers Wheat Hearts th cream ofcthe wheat Mothers Hominy Gn Mothers Con Flakes toasted Mothers Coarse Pearl Hominy Mothers Old Fashioned Steel Cut Oatmeal Mothers Old Fashioned Graham Flour If fyc doesnt keep Mother Ceretils write us today giving his iiame anJ ybiirs anJ we will seni I you free a usefu souvenir i THE GREAT WESTERN CEREAL CoMPAw livwr pse CPSCERS AKROS BOSTON NEW KEVYQRK RHiLADiELPHiA afiGAdci aPIITSIIURGiI ST LOUIS fe Silence The instinct of modesty ndtural to every woiaaa is oltca a great hindrance to the cure of womanly diseases Womea phyricianwhichhorrent to thein and so they endure in silence a condition cf disease which surely progresses from ba3 to worstf It has bce Di agreatcOnstz4talion heJfasVPierceDr Pierces Favorite Prescription restoreau and regulatejthe womanly functions abolishes pain and builds np and puts the finishing touch of health on Jiyery weak WOSOA who gives it a fair trial It Makes Weak Womc Strong Sick Women Well substitutefor That Lame Back Means yAndj You Must First Relieve the KidncTi l viThere Is no question about that achingbackdition of the kidneys and bladder It is only common aense any way that you must cure a condition by removing the cause of the con dition And lame and aching back are not by any means the only symptoms of derangement the kidneys and bladder There are a multitude Of wellknown and un mistakable indications of a more or less dangerous condition Some of these are for mstancei Extreme and unnatural lassitude and wear ness nervOus Irritability heart Ir sleeplessessrest scalding sensatloo and sedi ment in the urine inflammation of the bladder anti passages etc BIdderPills affectionsthese organs These Pills operate directly and promptly and tKelr beneflclalresults are at once felt They regulate purify and effectually heal and restore the kid neys bjadderand liver to perfect and healthy condition even ia some of themost advanced cases ECDeW1ttCoChlcagaiIL want every man tod woman wfc have the least suspicion that they are afflicted with kidney jm4 bl4der 4andsent ire byreturm aall i ttfH RURAL TELEPHONESi r yoBrfamily canbeyou andlyour neighjons ton get for a sum that ia small coin pared wIth the benefIts received Call or address our neap csfc office or write direct headquarters Nashville Tehn fr information rejfajding out special FARMERS tiNE I rate Ifyuu ar n9t at lmzscnt enjoyingtelephobeseii e ivd an himtiljately1nterestyour Ourilnes c vcrtlmc States f of Ktjntuckj r Tennessee Mississippi Loulsianaand the southern portion drindiana and llionis eU IBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Ae Incoroprated 1 2 Wmags Fjlendr EalaaiMentsandmore2a70littIereliefsCarriui TTOPI B pr pa iont caUy from harmless Tegetabl tf eogaiMgiesc TAKELARflU1I ih Womans Tonic r r Mrs Venia Wallace of Saag v Tex tried OtrfnL OitvrHet Oardni lios done Snore for mo tha I eta deanibe Jjuttonug Jwas tajcen ith female inflammttioii tod eonaaIa ittAot iSt to tO avail SO I fOOk cardui andsd o thzee dsyi 1issb1to do- myiiotisarork Syae T AtJ L DEW BTOBXB