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Tc yA t li EST BE1SlfED i rJIIf i N3itiu 1 ft I ii NEW XVI HO 539 r 1 SPRINGFIELD COUNTY KENTUCKY ODTflBEft 7 1909 a 100 PER YEAt H 1L ie wiFiRosnn PRACTICALt fg NTISTirir HayAon t Barbert r4Ak1wokatreonb1e priceL t 11 J11nnteed SPRINGFIELD KY- t k I f OUR DIRECTORY IPJtlNGFriJfcD conntyseat ol ifihtaftcm CowHtySJ miles soaih t el jxjsgtoa 59 jniles from WiYUteoBar4 J braiick ol- 1iuavflle id aakvflle iihUr ad in- lafatJlliaK u4agrii iral district oJkl1k teTegraiA ad telephone taexpreO o ce fioarIhIs lumber UPojMctioJil rpoPldatloI10f- sty1SOQL Jtepcel1tatiuJa Congress Hon Ke Jekiisoa B rdst wn Ky Xeeit5tre Im Kentucky Leg re HoaJjItl Chord ew tattl State Sede Hon O rJarvl t3ei1sylle Xy = = liuty 01 uttcj cactriT COURT oJ Cite Jt Court ria on the fourth i8Sii y ill EeWgaryMaYnd Octo bc II HTk r iaar Judge L14 purkum Commonwealth At wfe 1 v Kott A Nee plerk MilGI achmaiT Master Cowi1ss l tpier QUARTBKV llq QMter1yCourtISliCit on the third tiondayineack Mouth Bi Litsey Judge OUNTY OUR1 OilS t1 Cyrt meets oTTthe fourth- ifokday ia cilt miitth L I latsey Judge WT Booker County Clerk j T t Maye County AttorneY p GceCaUettt Jailer p ShlBeyOfibourne Sheriff Saa Afcderacm DlckIsbtln BerbsrtE4d1enn4 Dipatlet- f Matter If JauiesL MooreCounty SnrVeyot SL PipBryan1 Assessor1- Tt1tchel t Sijiett NoetTreasurer J M Montgomery Coroner tli J W Bash Sqpt of CommOB telio li P O l1IV CITY COURT Ja exRNoe Police Jurtgrj J aGracelMarshal c WTGrfgsbYtCitv Attorney tI jySTlCECODKT ijholice Courts are hsld in January fif Octoter ChllfCh Directory + f METHODIST CHURCH Rev G S King Pastor Ser ices eyery Sunday 11aTn aal pm BUhdiy8chooieverySuudaj aUOasn Prayer jBfeeinjf every Wednesday aight 1 CAflOI4CCBhJRCH V JReyPF Hennessai Pavtor Set rJces very Sunday at8 and 10 oclock i Services at St Rose same hours w PRESBYTERIAN OHUR CH Rev K Ee Lawson Pastdr Prwiching ayerjr Sunday at Itam tmdKt TBM Sunday school every cJnmdaat 10 a Piaycj net tlD I i TarrThuriday evenintat7 oclock UBAPTIST CHURCH 4RtY flm Harrison Wiiliamb Pabtor f i9reachngevelY Sunday at 1 am- asd 1fMa Snnday Sthoo ever Jstn4ati a Prayer eti5k- sveeTio1osay evening at 74SpwocK t ifi CHRISTIAN CHURCH j t lRevwi PWolfTastor cf 1sflrst and fourth Sunday Sunday 5r t jJ i 7 u h 1 I tA5QXZC tODGK SpriugflHd ledge N 0 meets first aud third Monday Sanckmonthahirgton R A Chapter No Si mieUeycry seccnd luttCaT t t fcpJnitfleld Council ivu 52 mtcli tn- evry toarti Jlonday f f WUITE lilni VermifugeThE MUMNTEEImm REMEDY r ym ewLwwrs FAVQMTC twiicM- WAMC IMtYATWN MK CtHJiMC PftcmilM ttLY 31044Qow liniment Co irr x oui Md BE CROSS DRUG SqRE r r T iTr J i THE iIe NEWS=LI3ADERl SERESVOL Army Officers Washington Tlere are now living 575 officers of the regular army who served in the Civil War otherwise than as cadets at the Military jAcademy prior to April 9 1865 Of these OnlyI tenure now on the active and the remainder are on the retired list Those on the retired Usb are five lieutenant generals twfrntysix major gen erals 143briadiergen 1als1 fortytpree colonels 126 majors fortyone captains seven first lieutenants and sixteen chaplains The Oldest veteran officer is Brlsf Gen Daniel H Rucker Brevet Major General former ly Quartermaster General while the youngest Is Col John L- Ot m who is 58 1 UsA Top Notch Doers Great deeds compel regard The world crowns its doers Thats why the American people hfcve crowned Dr Kings New Discovery the Kind of Throat aid Lung remadiep Every atom is a health force It kills germs and colds and lagrippe vanish It h als coughracked membranes and coughing stops Sore inflamed bron chial tubes and lungs are cured and hemorrhages ceaserDr Geo More Black Jack N C writes it cureqJ me of lubg trouble prenounced hope less by alll do orssc 100 trial bottle free Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson ChidDi Suddenly Hildathe six yar oW daughter of Mr and Mrj John BrImtl loftbis city died suddenly at her parents home Sunday Sep tember 26 i909rphe child had complained of headache during the week but continued to attend school remaining at home Friday On Saturday she played around the premises of her home all day Saturday even ing a physician was called who said she haasymptoms of dipR8 Iberia On Sunday morning tHere was little fever and the Child got upand ate her break fast with the family She ate a a hearty dinner and an hour later she was overcome by a spell frcm which she never rallied death following in a short time The child was buried two hours later afrSt Augustines cemetery The physician pro nounced her death due to diph iteri and every precaution was taken to prevent the spread pi the disease The family were put under quarantine at bice by the Board of Health and theantidiphtheri iC serum treatment applied to he remaining children The home was also thoroughly f umi gated Monday Mraot Mrs Brim and the surviving brothers and sisters of the little girl have theheartfelt sympathy of many fricnds Lebanon Enterprise For a clear dead a stout heart and strong mind DeWitts little Early Risers gentle safe easy pleasant little pills DeWitts Car itized Witch Hazel Salve is unequalled fo r anything where a salve is needed and especially goodfor Piles Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy Long Lick 4 Mr JohnGillispie and George Bratton two prosperous farmers of this place are through housing their crop of tobacco It as tine as every grew in the bills of Kentucky Mr Henry Lawrence had the mi fortune last week to lose a fine mare and work mulefr pi an un owncausett Mr James Melton of Wljbop stanIlllS visiting his parents W1 M Milton and wife of this place George Bugg of Tick jjMr purchased a buggy of Walker for 120 Several from thisplace attended the pie supper at THorn Bill Thursday night and all reported a good time Piessold from JOe ipl 50 T H Big and wife spent Saturday night and Sunday with Ben Bugg and family of Tick Creek w Mrs John Stump and childjen of Lebanon are the guests 9fi Mrs Will Harmon this weeks Mr Alonza Boswell has pnr chased a farm of Mr eighty Pric not given We are glad to report that aunt Emmaline Smith is b at Ibis writing etterI Mrs Henry Lawrence the bedside of her daughter Mrs ftay HalVnear Springfield Mrs HF Bugg and son Jim tet11MBunchflsIto A A Chisbolm of Treadvrell N j ljYf nov His reason Is well wortl treading uFor ajpng time I suffered consInervoustess genera debility he writes I couldn t sleep had no appetite nor ambition grew weaker every day in spite of all medical treatment Then use Electric Bitters Twelve bottoli re stored all my oldtime health and vigor Now 1 can atted tobnsines everyday Its a wonderful medicine Infallible for stomach Liver Kidneys Blood and Nerves SOc at Haydpn iRobertsoni Wilham Surrendersor Ezra Willham 9h6 wounded Sam Welch witha knife in a qaarrjel at Wardsville on wr Slatur day night September lEjthsur reodered to the officers Tue ay and was placed under bond for his appearance at his examining trial to beheld Saturday Octo jlbergth Welchs wounds are doing nicely and iit is thought that he will recover Willbain and Welch had been to Fail field Nelson county aqd purchased a quanti ty of liquor and wHen thay ar tl rivad at Wardsville a disput arose over the ownership of a quart of whisjcey and resulted in the WQuading of both partiej ifWelch seriously Willham es awayIrendered tothe officers Ander son News Frightful Fate Averted I wonld haTe been a cripple for life from a terrible cut on my knee capvrltes Frank Disberry Kelli ber Minn without Bucklens Arni ca Salve which soon cured me Infallible for wounds cuts and bruiB esit soon cures Burns Scaldsl Old Sors Boils Skin Eruptions VjrWs best for Piles 25c at Haydon Rob ertson l Call For Ejection TATE OP KENTUCKY TssCounty of Washington June term of the Washington County Court June 28 1109 SattetlyandtiledVoters of North voting precinct No 40f Washington county Kentucky and moved the courtto hold an elec ton at the next regular November electron 1909 to take the vote in said ShaJl1bel openI the polls and have placed on the ballots whether or not stock shalt be allowed to run at large in said precinct CopyAttest W P Booker Clk In compliance with the above order given irom the Washington County Court I hereby notify the voters of North Precinct No 4 of Washington county Ky that the polls will be opened 6n the next rejulaV November Election day 1909 for the pur pose of voting in said precinct as to whether or not stock shall run at llarge in said North precinct No4 1Osbourne SW C ChairmanAppointed Mr Frank L Ripy was ap pointed hst week chairman of the Democratic campaign corn mittee lor Anderson cuunjiy This is the thVd time in succession that Mr Ripy has lC7 ceivtd the appointment to this position and it is evident that he is the right man for the rght place Mr Ripy w in the I near future name hia aids or district chairmen and begin Ins organization for the fait cum puign Andeisou News lost women are troubled with Kidney complaint and you know Ivery many serious and even fatal diseases result frpi4l thhee neglected Kidney troubles ifj jou will take DoWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills as directed you may be confident of good rcsplts l Try them and see how really good tney areS Beware of imitations pills that are intended to deceive you Be sure you gatDe Witts Sold by i Bed Cross Pharmacy CIGAR SALESMAN WANTED In your locality to represent us Experience I unnecessary 110 i per mo and expenses Write fcr particulars MonarhOiga iCo St Louis Mo fOIEl5K1JJnYWn t rlfltl aRIewRIMt 1Made HimFriskvV for man iis good fox beast and its a poor rule that does not work both ways c Not far from town lives a ctjn Vented couple on a farm They think agodd deal of eacb other and last March when the hus bawl begaft to refuse his raticns and kind of got sick liket worriedl his wife Nothing seemed to sui his laste and he went about doing his chores as if he was trying to save funeral expenses Odt in itfe barn his wife came across package of condition poxvders like they fe4d horses After reading its gool qualities printjed oq ihe u rapper she vowed totry some dn her husband Th6 next morning for breakfast she1mixd a tabes spoonful witji oatmeal He ate it with ralishl The next day shejrepeated the dose and before the end of the w1tl he jumpedj nye rail fence ana turned a hand spring Before he had eaten a onepound package be threw tlie hired man three times during severIawould Then the good wife ticlcjhgtalll oy6r with her wonder fuirdiscuVOy got anther pick age but before half of it was tjj usea up tier husband got bo fris ky she could rit keep him on the farm or hoofe nights Heja3t ltmakeltt divorceEx The BedRock Of Success lIein a keen clear brain backed by indomitable will and resistless energy Such power comes from the splendid health that Dr Kings New Life Pilla impart They vatilize every organ and imilt up brain and body J A Harmon Lizsmore W Va writes They are the best pills I ever used 25c at Haydon Robertson Dastardly Deed Unknown miscreants entered the dairy house of John Roarli dairymen living near Lexington and put uaris green in a largec quantity of milk and on butter which he hid prepared for marc ket A displaced window led to the lortunate discovery of the pbri green else 4 wholesale pulsoning of Ruarks family and customers might vefollJwed Cap MulliKens blondhounds uore taken to the scent aud trailed to the home of a neigh bor who was suspected ND Arrests have however vat been made Harrodsburg Herald Why Pooplfe CouSh is a mystery when Dr Bells PineTar Honey will cure any cough took for the bell onthe buttle It marks the genuihe WANTEDSUccEss MAGA ziNEwartts an energetic and responsible man or woman in Springfield Ky to collect for renewals an solicit new sub scriptions during full or spure time Experience unnecessary Any one can start among friends and acquaintances and build up a paying anJ permanent business without capital Complete oUt ft andj instructions free Ad dress VON Success Maga zine Room 108 Success Maga sine Building New York OiLy NY x II Cit All Tsstes pnper1Jvnsifsn nhVli ti urIinewsI tit 1h4I1I nrad Oh shi rl II1 tin 1111 her proliabll f 1t1h 1RI pfuhnhllflir l i rriiiqth s injd the low thCIj U ibwiit a bte Iii th ur t t Ff UI hv looks pimiiig to bi1l1lI iflrlorlUltnaI f13 He Had Met lltll llaiiy vnk vit ltltip In the eoun- iry niicl wlitli ihin 1itiiiit very innch nttiulivil to hlf coiisfns pt dog ilavcnt you my animals nt hotno Jn vis siskod oil yis replied thn little fellow Vc have roaches and fllesCbltgt- Windfall for tate Treasury Frankfort KVJ bet Near Iy 10 000 vail be turned into the State treasury as the result of a trip to Clay county miideby Frank IJ Jam es State Auditor rtVIr Jajnes found two larg and claYrcuuntyl Slate and which can be sold fur about 6000 He also fpu nd on depasitin a bank at Manchester 3000 in cashwhich belongs to tne State but whitch had ben overlooked The most valuable tract ot laudin Clay cOurity which Mr James found belongs to the Stateis occupied 1y A B H ard the father of James Howard Mr Howard was Sheriff of the county and his home place bad to be s jd at uction TheState bought it but no steps were fa kqn to use it or to sell it again Mr Howard continued to Hveou the dhd as though it belonged to him R cently he sold a part of the tiact to John D White the latter thinking he could get a clear dtredMr Jatoessays the land is valuable with coal deposits and will bri gab6ufitS50t0 outside of the part that was sold to Mr White There probably will be a suit ovr tin part whichMr White bought Mr James also found 200 aeries 5f land which had escheated o the State through failure to pay taxes on it forgive years This is regarded as a valuable tract Then Mr James found 3000 in ankA suit was brought in Clay county several years qgu to escheat to the State a certajjj tract line land was sold fUI 6000 cash t and tile court allowed the Idwyiir lulf The other half rrujains in the bank and Mr James expects to turn iti into the ireaaury i Aff OP Shaving use Dr Bells An is itic Salve Ii will proyent the mce g ttlbg sore It destfoid germs and prevents con tating any disease 25 Sold every where Messrs Hum hrey and Milton ot Bloomfield have sold their show colt to Mr A M Hinkle of Bioomfield for 200 This colt was shown at the State Fair vsrhereit captured first award it saddle ring for colts under on- eyelrFdrmers Home Journal If you have any doubt- of the merit of Dr Bells PineTar Hpney one bottle will remove that toul t and your cough at the same time Look for the bell on the tot tie It lithe genuine us and Ornament I Mr SVwrhli tho siitiiinilllIonalr was furrilsltfnMb library of his mag nificfcnt tiinnslon rpt me ser hi uitifidd Youve jcol thet order for that SiiOOO tdlllon dp luxe otl Dickens hound in Ipyimty Yes sir ripMed the bookseller Anti tho 10000 set of Shake qwnrrT Yos sir And tlsp lnmlard authors bound in alfThaflarav Scott WashIngton Irving Cooper und all them there iither fplhrsV- Yp sir havp a memorandum of the online list Well then thats off ray mindfv said Mr Newrlch rinsburgwitb it slsh of relief Now what I want is soaipthinj In read Siiv have you sot complete set of Old Sleuth New York Tithes A Hero Tommys not her hud mndcj hinva present of n jtoy shovel and sent him out In the sand tbt tto play with his baby brother fake ureorbnby now Tommy and dont let anything hurt him was mammas parting in junction Presently screams of nUt guish from baby seat the distracted parent lnJtotbc sand lot For goodness sake Tnmtiiy what has hap tryiuJIt thpjslmvel WtJ t Lie proud reply LIp plnfottst Qccouse fhprr1 tell you ih nWal Knperlority iif lIt at rtUUIII l in Ultlun tjuitpelUKf Tlutv isnt any feminine ur rns i lt iIs tit rvV jIii Of ronrse but thats be UUSl RheThat because there flrp ri 11 Tliun n AYERS HAIR VIGOR Does not Color the Hag Hair falling out Troubled with dandruff Want more hair An elegant drcs in Ingredients Sulphur Glycerin Qulnln Sodium Cblorid eapsiaHR Sage Alcohol Water rcrfumc rVe iDeJleve doctors endorse this formula or we would not put it u J AYERS HAIR VIGOR Does not Color the Harr0 Ann I well a THE HUNCHBACK T74R- omance of the Duke de Richelieu antf Mile de Rochechouart The Duke ItlciuMJHu married when sovpiiteen years of IIgeMlIe de Upche hlltJurta little girl of twelve As tcentncentaTylltht travels ifttr the ceremony and the dilld wife cemitlnod with his relaUo nsliu Paris Threir years passed and duke then Count de Chlnon who had received flatly charming letters aud a charmIng miniature from his wife dur lug his absence deternllnpd to return lioine Ou his arrlvaf llie was met on thecgrand staircase of the Hot lde hlche lien by his finally nude to his borrorj lysteod of the pnjtty girl of Hfteen that he expected tosee the count saw littlc hunchback who was none other tthan his wife The unhappy young 1I1lnl who waS horror stricken left Paris that night and for fifteen years remained u way ILiepor little wife possessed a beau iif til anti generous disposition and so fai frombelng embittered by her bus bands behavior sue did her best to prevent any fntnily dissensions arising through ib mind went to live pn her tstate of CniirtellhS near Paris Ills said that she was deeply Jd love with the duke and Iu time tbo accounts other unselfishness and devotion to lila fjliniiy so touched her hasbttiittbat lie wilitlo visit her The Unt- visit ledtomnDY and this striili e c6uj le bicaiiie firm friends and Jus liefore hV died time duke con ivuiplated resfdlnj permanently at Courtejiles with his wire frorac whom be had tIed lu dlsgusmauy years eforeCbIeago4ws TnANSPLANTED A POND ShovyinJB What an Entlrusiast Will Do to Have a Garden Many a country laborer will do much for the sake of u pirden but few per 5ap would be willing to go to such liaiiiH Jnttie pursuit of tbtlr hobby us slid an enthusiastic navvy with whom Dean Hole once tame in contact This man having obtained the poslI tion of galikieromm it railway found hliilself tthe possessor of a barren grmv il pit as an ajxiloKy for a garden The lican who knew the spot well visited It some twelve months niter the man lint taken possession and the sight which met his eyes ustonished him Was It a mirage saw upon the Sn tidy desert There were vegetables fruit bushes mud fruit frees all hv vigorous health Tire were flowers nud tthe cjueen flower lu her glory Why exclaimed what hurt you done to the gravel pitl 5Ior bless yer he replied grin ning I hadnt beeiberea fortnight afore swopptkl it fur a ppnd1 A furfber Inquiry elicited the filet that this most ardent garden lover bad nfternn agreewentylth nelgIJ boring farmer removed with pck hind harrow his sandy stratum to the depth of about three feet and wheeled It to ihe margin ot an old pond which bad been gradually fllied up with leaves and ullU The rich productive mold frpm the pond he had taken home to his garden replacing It with gravel mind leveling as per conlrac West minster Gazette Antiquity of Nicknames Time origin of the word as well as the exact date of appearance of the custom of nicknaming Is unknown Such names are us old at least as the most yciierable chronicles for upon diving Into aucknt history we have no trouble ut all In proving that Plato was called the Attic Bee and Socra tes Old Flat Nose There isnt the least doubt but that many of our sur names come front nicknames applied to our ancestors such for Instance as Dollarhlde Oxenrider Bright Llghtfoot Walklngsbaw Red head Longman Longfellow etc Julius Caesar was popularly styled uldbe ldJ1nc1eveD the third Ram eses Is said to have been known byan Egyptian word which signifies limpyj No one has btU able to escape the blighting or benign Influence of the nickname Kings queens philosophers divines statesmen as wel as many other eminent persons have been made to prosper or suffer by having som appropriate or ridiculous sobriquet be stowed upon them Reme nber I remember remember the house where I wits torn the voicet of dad hat bello ved forth lo rduse me every morn the picnic that I always had when winter breezes blew to clear the sidewalk of time snow t be chores I had to do remember I remember the old time days In school the lickings tbatl always got for Breaking some darned rule the moonlight nlghtslI used to go out In the old bob sleigh and brigand kiss the pretty girls bet neath the robes nnd hay I remember remember oh no Ill not forget Id like to wander back agalh to those old days you be Los Angetes Express Just a Ruse Will you mike something to drlnkS With II1slmt t Tbe photograph was taken and the Bitter said But what nbout that Httlj invitation V Ob sir that Is Just a trade ruse oi mine to give a ttninrnl and Interested expression to tthe face Londbh An swers 10nthe Toboggan Many a mini wtlil Uncle Ebei thinks hef hnvtnVii trejuonjous hi time as a sport wlifii lie Is merei goln through de Initiation ot dlIOowi and Out cubWaRhluKtnn Slur i A good heart overconiesi8viljforrniu Ion Quixote f A SHAKING JJP may all beery well Bo rfar as the- trusts are concerned butjnot when it comes t chliis and fever aad ma lana Quit the quinine nd fake a real cureBallards Herbttie Con itainSno harmful t drugs and fti at cer tain as taxel if it dpsent re you get your noney bfck Said by R t Cross Dto1g Store 7 p J ft 1 hiiPfltwtfllr tt ii1istJsc1Ptmr 1t 0 1 1 4 11 I J q iF r tJ1 1 i J11111 i i t I d t WASHINGTON t l Star Dust De iii 1910 t Proridnce R 1i Sept 30 Pwnk E Seagravty a Provi dence astronomer whose calcu lations relative to Halleys comet naVe attracted widespread ap t tentton announces that ht correction of a slight error in the calculations of the pome t has developed the discovery that on Mav 1919 OJtheVcomet will r ach the same plane as the eirth in Us orbit It is there fur determined thltihe tail oftt the comet will sweep across this plane but not n the same path There will be a distance ku the nearest poinf of 1400000 miles between the two The fanotlfie cmetitailtE according to Seagrave will spread ont and for a shortperi 9d the earth will find itself swept by stac dust brought j from many millions of miles be yond the farihest known comfot There need be no care over the approaching event saldi Mr Seagrave Nothing will happen The end of the world will not come It will be nothing more man we have already passed through on June 30 1861- whea the earth swept through the tall of tbec met of 61J 1he nearest it conidteyer COm lo the earth would be 62350ui miles it f All Bowtsll Trouble Isireleived almost inatantlyVbjK using Dr Bells Arfuii Pain It destroys dl Inflamattonkeep every where I I L Gall For Election p- STATE Ol KENTUCKy V rss County of Washington August term of the Washington County Court August 231909 This day came W P Pinkston and filed a petition signed by twenty leglJ voters of Brush Grove voting precinct No 12 of Washington county Ken tu ky and moved the court to hold an election at the next regular November election 1909 to take the vote in said precinct whether or not stock shall i e allowed to run at large tnsaidprecinct Itis tbeMfarc or dered that the Sheriff and officers ofI said election will open the polls and haveplaced on their ballots whether or not stock shall be allowed to run at large in said precinctto Copy Attest WF Booker Clk Jn compliance with the above order gIven from the Washington County Court I hereby notify the voters of Brush Grove Precinct No 12 of Wash ington county Ky that the polls will be opened on the next reguar November Election day 1909 for the purpose of voting in said precinct as to whether or not stock shall run at large in said Brush GroVe precinct No 12i J S Osbourne S W C To Be OP NOT to Be constantly coufhingf depends on weather or not you use Dr Bells PlaerarHoney A feW doses will stop that cough Look for the bell on the bottle t Conference Will Meet in Harrodsburf Tbigbtypinth annual seas ion otvhe Kentucky Conference ofthe Methodist Episcopal Church outh closed its deli berations at Paris on Monday and adjourned to meet next year in Harrodsourg Abon 150 mitiisiers and many othelf will attend The conferenF met here twenty years ago The conference decided to name a missionary evangelist who 4 work win be under the control of the board ofl missions BiX Pike of Kalat was apppiuedf t Harrbdsburg Herald i BANOUfT spread before you would dpyoun O good If yOu Qouldns eat What goo3 can food do a child when as sooo as ft enters its stomach it is eatepby worms Thats the reason your baby Is ailing cross party faced and thin Give It White VCrpamVermifufrft It will expel the WOrms and act ast tonic for the child ldby Ked Cross Drug Stores ABargain 140 icfarni bne KiJlfIr- otown4iti gra- ssdweld good stttlll good ihrnllpcaId- on g pike Pries Q p- aOtjf5iold r i immediately I LAKE Eyt FOR SALETwo fJsi ill grass well iwprqtf4i t pltr W brccor Jiaia4tiF crtf p cTjgded lQOviprf I In PJsaD Rath t iQHN DEBQ i1 s C li at at1W 4i i svr BrdskowB l t2 Tbe crolonel t ropMJhstown bftMbclliUc j ijj afternoon jllWa wit A full of features bjr aseo1t- o4 Guy Lotaii aotcrag for the tec J 1alI was JS j poor form whiW fby wtttaMit exerting liisaself to the mkpoft j t let hia opponents AOTTI wkli eight hits + lhey r1anmd the bill iMTjf p eqtythr e L1t5S foe s Qtit ot Iortyniribms No r e- walkedbLbcwas oJis i Isa r iJIC dsrt t at thiIAt Ur1meiSr offend by s the Cdli5l tb B4rdMoi ient rPd isto tbeapir tolMoccasion a njoittbi- cbampioriaerjoyi stair A i good spirit prtyiled psd ascj- osbiigbetwe i B tb taMM itfit on vV 3- When thTp M4 lBardstown iiifft i6it at etti r pnsmetbat They wr ken to their 14o4e1 I wWrt fciMf introduced to a Urferfir4 Jby Judge Frank DtmfWrtj After fraternwtr for avTiiJki wIth the towaspaos1t JHl1ers sat down td a apeeiaDj jpfc i pirtd lunch o to wbicfe fray did jj ist2- cappetitsa whaW yoWfalftl of biutLirI yy number 6f atniraetM CqionlIutMtars wtli flasks o Uie famous poOf et t kentnckjr andallj TCHMMJ lfci barnstorifrers enjoyiid tK ir rWt immena ly i Pf You need apt be tiiWdIii siyway 4 with the stowach tfya wilt p itftake Kodolat tbcwe tiyfeel that yom M dlt Thlify1t iI rrmteed tp relit yqa If klaUs v yoar jBQPty wJJllterft9 y k by the ist from wkmn yo p4 chased it Try It today aethe par aatee Sold by R 4Cir M PtaS j fr I H Y X uckyks t r W II iI i 1 g G Kentucky boas flMMie ll Wi if selyeel knows U t yidyteW the Soath at the opwunjt at UM Z TiiStw Ii r t 1Iii1J week ta Gbe xmfcee for hS trophy offered bj rutttNear in tha1tj1t barM4cst iheie1i wer asvNtb ii kiss The trophy WM mwtiftvlei l Utra Smart lowid by Mr L l TrAnderson of MftyIdXjJ L Nichol qf Ifwrrwi iiniKy woo lira for b ct pair reM sters with Baron Mooa Md M 4 Nau t P w iJaa1JvePewee Valley ICy wos in ki heavy barn M claHWNt Gl ft worth la UM chiapienatity class for saddle brass JINichol won sscod with T tfiBoy iFkriMCV floite Jor L Bids foPaIs Sealed bids1 will W re trti by the Waahifaf to apd Kem County toint Bridf Gommtt m r from no trip to alI1II lc October 12th Dtxfor ttUiw DOM of pafHtiBg tiw iron bridf i J acfOM tbe Big Biech aBids to bar maO k do C and1urnIh abdsl aihi 1biii the wok wlt owhi tit 1 bishiBf wateriiil Biir Mr ta f sent toitboreostbso J Jt LItI r T M 111 JokiLGiao Co ofQt WaiI s AM MUWr 11Cu JIW S Os- I n1 S I l Iwl1 1 u i UJoI t J C at 2 oclock p my dwelliug bo M tusm 1 kat Main St T laiaa 8 rttmt wi- ctilar bb7 i Jf- good ban Mid aU ostbfldiais 1IM thm im 200 fatbw IIiJoe Cljbros TbI pii4 tj will ba- od p tb41 m MA wMs TS 11 IIkowoudyoaakSS HB me t 5tvtsar wiU ttiv i w s s thet ku rpa w ws4 1sit bsat iabthof BaUar4 V vt slwa4et1ts1tIIa cwW twt- e aM tIt Joists aid ai aU acbd uaf lie iOn iE 1 eo a bo tleldbyRed Cross DnA Store r Till NEWSLEADER t PINGPIELbK1- r N K fJND y t iMItSJ lIE JOSEWfOLiN tJO t iOicsa Ptblishers- Lr t I 0t SrIUDAY OCT 1 909 ItT t wii Dnibcratic Ticket t 4JrC1zL lL1keIILrr ru RtL A i t Cnoiiwea1ths AttyC sJ HILL Jtejreaeafaiive D GRAHAM Njj Ciity Judt1 L IJTSEY l CQM7 AtfeiriwyT S MAYES 7 YHIaty ClerkW P BOOKER C1rcil ClerkJiO T NOEl fccrfffrS J ANDERSON iperInteidentZ W BUSH z JaikrGKO D CATLETT Ausiorw T ITCHELT t CserD ivEo CRUME 0 i 4art 1K1G ROBERTS 4 t jTii ttce of the PeaceSpringfield 3tota Di Pottsvllle John W Gordon Spci ffteid No 9 arid Fxederlckstown lYr WIlt Springfield No 10 dit aW Xdlly akop lohh O Polin P 0 r i F Ift te Marion County Leader i of Bptoaber 23d in one of its jwway ditorlals against Judge Ifi Ttwrnaan appears this extraor fJ diiarjAUkment A judge who willl try to make a law accom pjiih what it wu Intended to do by 1U framers through the ma chfatry 61 hia court and which s bt a fulfillment of a promisea I a4 thepoRUlace that he wouci do JqJ1s not to be trusted By this we understand the Leader to ay that Judg Thurman iis Lj HOI to be trusted because be has t tried tj carry put the intention of the Legislature in interpre ti lthe meaning of statutes piMed by them aria we would p sty teat iif J udge Thurman has Fsucceeded in doing this then i h bee doe all be that can hope to do wa Circuit judge and has fulfilled eveiy requirement ol i i that important office In trying ii to make a law accomplish what its framers intended he has on his sideS the ablest jurists froja time whereof the memor of man runneth not to the con trary including Sir William BlacktcHielThedutyofa Circuit ti tJude as we understand it is not tj V defeat the intention of the I j Legislature but to carry it out Does our distinguished contem porary wish a jucjge who will ttot defeat the intension of the Leg isTature We wonder what sy s tein of jurisprudence be would linaugurate What difference whether it be the fulfilment of a promise made the populace o nocj If he promised that h would do it it was but a promis to perform a duty which every circuit judge is sworn to do What would it ayailr us to elec repr sentativesto enact laws iii we elected a judiciary to defeat the intention of that body Is this fa be the aim of that prom i iied nonpartisan judiciary i Prather creek it J Asi have been absent for a i i weeks I wHIt try ti write lew lines hlrJs Ella and Bessie White Boase spent last Friday nigLt with Mrs Lillie SweeneyI Mr O B 8h wmaljer ano t family spent last Friday nighV vkishi his mother Mrs Martha SiiemakerS I JAt William Pulliam and farni t Jy hayewovedto their ne t b vhouie near Praihers Cretk we are very glad to repor MrL 08 Sliewmaker is oui again f f Miss My Brady spent Tburs day night witb Mss Margie Cijrlster60n rI4h Mfl and MrsL L Maye i1 sperL Saturday wth Mr J fJ si Miisnes near this place VJMr WiilHllon spent Thur day night with Mr RjcLr dnristerson I1he farmers are very bus3 cuitiig corn and sowingjwliea in this vininity 1s 4 J JfVfcit ti ii liCgse of Accident If skin Js Broken apply Dr Bells AutiPain at once and the wound wil iheal nickly and never get sore Used internally and externaly f f f HUlsboro 1 +41As I have been absent fora s1yffilIei will try a dJjotJ down v ltfewtrm vtty JLiukawi nliedvMs regu 4vl rappointmert ni this place ndiyandTpreache his fare w1Fasrmon fUb Sallie S Britn ot Mackj s- ti t t11IPtpM1t Friday with Mrs LiCiHP itatherley at this i lace 0 it1 vaS C Julterpurcbased waoSr Ri OrP IJdIflfl8iS +c7f iit 3 Ut1kJOWP r JJ1 Mr siiah Ui1IrS o ilMr A II Announcements i We are authorized to 1Dceii v i E P DEDMAN asI Rep blicannoiineefOri Repr sentUve inthe Lower House of the Kentucky Legislature November election 1909 Taylorsyille jis spending a1jfew days with her mother and father Mrand Irs J M Shields at this place Miss Elen Matherly has rr weEkslstar plisiy hurt oh last Monday whthi tlH jjumped from arunaway horse J Willisburg Revs Clay and Grubbs closedl their series of meetings at the Christian church at this place last Sunday night with 41 Con verts ended jotLe church Mrs Bartier rouch of Bruns wick Ill is visiting relatives and friends at this place Miss Louise Bailey of Louis yule istbe guest of Mts Mary Hughes Mrs Wm Johnson pf Far rodsburg spent last week with relatives near this place Mr Henry Miller bff Louis ville is the guest of his brother T J Miller Mr arid Mrs John Sutherland of Hillsboro spent Monday with J W Sutherland and family Quite tf large numberof rpla tives and friends from this place attended the funeral of Mrs Anthony Wells at Antiocb Mo j day evenng We areglad to report Mrs Oscar Jolvin some better at this writing Shejias beon confined tr her room seven weekswuh rheumatism It Cross Roads Mr Dick Graves and family visited Mr Dudley Bottom and family Sund8Yt t falfilyspentMrs Lucy Welch and other relatives at Bui gin BottoDl1entSaturdJ phy of Graves Creek Mrs Sarah Salmon has returned home after pleasant visit to ier father Mr L ii IBbttom and other relaives at Shaker town Miss Nettle Graves has returned homo fterva pleasant visit to her grandparents Mr and Mrs James Drurv of Jerikinsyille Miss Jffie Bottom visited Mrs Miller Saturday Mr Earnest 1tiylorspant Sun day afternoon vfith Mr Fay and Hugh Bottom Mrs Mattie Graves and little sot Wbodford visitfd Mrs Laura Botttm Mondav Mrs Mary Jane Nol and lit td granddaugbtpr fattie visit elI Mr Wooden Graves and fam ily 1uesdavv Mr Frank Graves and familv of this place speutiSunday wit vlr an KMrs Henry Noe ofr Gens Creek t Miss Effie Bottom spent Sat urday afternoon with Mrs Ua rie Lester AIIINtUP may all be very well so far1 as the trusts are concerned but not when it comes to chills and fever and mar laria Quit the quinine and tafta teal Cure BalJ ards Herbine Jon talus no harrafuJ drugs and jis aa cer tain as taxes If it doserit cure you ret your money bfck Sold by Rd Cross Drug Store Fair View 4meethigclosedlait Ney Hope Frid y nigh held tiy its Castor Rev Hamilton and Rev Williams of SpVingneJd TwentytWo were added ta UK church Vernie Wells Ray PinkstoR Clara Reeling Charlje Reddix and Be le Hall werettt thehoinv of Mr Edd Vjocum Sunday Miss Julia Pants returned tto home Saturday at Danville afcer a five wneks stay with her sister t Mrs J V f arnyrEva Cheathatn is i proving Mthii wrLinff jV Mrs W 0 Ellis and duglii tgr Tancy of Woodlawnl vlsjt ed her daughter Mrs CHar din Sunday I Miss Mollie Hinesand Goo Mou attended Prayer meeting 1 at wJlopeSuniw l Mrs JE SteyeinclHit- Iieob1itdnede5hu I i i Mi F M Cat ne jwjjo Mrs F M Odrhey aiui sOn JJ T a4ssi1iv- sM u IW MI IJ i 1 i l PRIM FI LO t t J 11 1 J t t f 1 r rI R fL ct f 7 E1 T i HIGH CLASS- i t f E ii 1l J 1 Ii ii j o t Si ForWomens and MDTsC Wag Appar irJ f 2 t Jitf Recmedc a Large Shipment of the Celebrated Empress Slits Cloaksk an Suits r itti 7 1 Ladies Suits In 1erg Worst d BroadclOth Serge in Blue and Black II 1 15 to25 Stripe Worsted in blue black brown and 25Broadcloth25NoveliyVile Skirts 1000 to 1500 Chiffon Panama Shirts i00 to S8 OO Fine Panama Skirts S30u to 5 00 I Showing V Exclusivedl i HaberdasherrI I itJ f I y u tii and Clothing i i1j EaIfIt r Mens OveItyStripesin Dess shirts 10 t ti tl VVJVPurgubrOQMcKinnie Hose Fancy colors 3pairirboxIOr100 fst IILllseHal Fancy half hose u v25c Vests 3 QQ to5cline of Mens Npckwear fourint ihis i 11New Tuxedos 4 Tecks f and tri gsA ofo vO cenfi i I Meips BQ0SJ ancFt Jj1 QJiiltl reas Fine IIF X31qtfliri0 v t jf- S V r I I Hrri Schaffnnr Marx Suits V lHJ p6aS v nJif 5 Hart Schaffner Marx Ovt rcoat v 3d 00 fe 251H i 20QQEli f 5 suits for Young Men jVr 7 50to 9 009 l J r iIj lOQOI cream SI OQ 50 tr r wc 9a 40O4 I S5r 1T1k t 124 White 4 4a r all tool Piuu B nlcs M 2 for v fv f500 all ool tJ7 Diio lns hoes for awn t v i J 00 to wool Vhi extra like Rnpp Co for v wo lIme 5125 r Shoes Wojnen to 00 for and 100 tr i Jb cr f f t Jl 1 1 p Williif spent froin Saturday tni Mpnday in Danville t 1nlUnresult frzi thh e nsglectcitrKldney If ouIU takeboWijltb Bladder Pills as ou may bejconlident good n suits iry them and how really gdthey Jire Beware of pills j dcceiyiIBe sire you jjot tIed Cross Pharmacy I 4I7JJF r i as watl bell abscent m ne Mr and MrIlianfommdfasyiiie Illlriois iiave b en vIsiting the 1oin4if Mr JimesGrayS j Miss Tore0t slet home Louisville ef 11Iedjj yule and Springtield where she- as been visiting friends and latives lrMrs hidr yisit ing he- Williams t i M t j Miss Ollie has I SK1JTS ETC 81Genul3001SatJnej rrShirt Waists Muslirt and KnitUnderwear hbice frtfm hero slit a nice line of Ii 1iJs Suil diy with MU pell at I Mrs WT spout her trs Ta ilr IV J Trout and t Wm Wells M hi hits + tuln to hihoui tt by Poqaa l Mr and Mrs Mit Rue G ray and i StahJi arde the fiomc o ivliv H rig ton unday Jr eVi need tbnbltl any with wilt sirjiply tbpse when yoa feel tbat you need it Kodaie rrntced to relieve yon Ifki1your i inpey will be rcf undfcd jou i antjbct Sold RedCross Pharmacy 1 Weaveilnd rings in All Silk and black Habutul Silk new plaifi stripe l 100 145 Gnshmre De Soie 175 136 inch Ben alines 7 DESS Newest Effects Novelties ladies Belle Neckwear Dutch CollarsandBeft Pins Dutch vviiriiivLJIwThL3andL4 OO 25 40116 5O 400Comforts114 00Siiibcli Ghihlrenv7fcrJ j purchasesICumlifflgham1Dtrncai Company t iS tdJneyi that J iWers from m6ihe PETTICOATS LquUvillo hrS purchased uriL1Jcntcpenb Wilbsburg Hardesfcy Sundaywitu racTthupi lorRilwp Wii1isburgSds JQf Jyte gaeJtflCron BI JphnJHomanotlI BCrtrldindat Yptt thestQrnaclityUu ttkJCJolt porchase Newest COI Fine Silk centsatinIoiJd ColiarsJabotsrJ Oamfdtts gg = i i PUBLIC SALT Having sold my farm I willon the premises 7 Friday Th 1909 7ATSell to the bidd1e the followIng personal5roperty Two work mules one old combined horse 1 3year old mare 1 registered Hereford Bull 6 Milk CoSvs 6 Jersey Heifers sow and 6 shotcs one thoroughbred Duroc 1000 bushels corn 100 bushels shelled oats 6 stacks y20 shocks sorghum new Deering I sweep rake good new 1 self dump rake 1horse wagon one 2horse wagon hay baler other farming implementsI All sums under cash Overt tht 8fl1OUtflbi months time with nejictiable note be rjng interet OJJI per annum and payable tither batik f I will also same offer lot sale r1 J of4k 71 Acres Land X x Iadj m JatWilli j hi remainder1n one i ttireand oqrJ 1ji r Hl llR tiT t 3 JY In ij tl i5ii t AU All black Chiffon Broadcloth i wool black Chiffon r too lAll ont blacl color 7panama cenjs Shadow Stripe Dress Goods o black tiavyJ fsmolte myrih and wine h1100 ttt Poplins and P par Clothsl Ilaktcolbrs 35c in i i Carpets Rugs 4Lace Ourtainsc jl S t d Etc E11tc t i 55c5 lf21 ff AfcahD1s erCarPets wOlrh81for iiobV- jvetCarpetswprth1 I f 10 for 90iD Iltstry Brusseljs Carpets rtb1 for l01 rTuetry ru e11sOarpPtSwHrth OOe for 751 r Sultauia inrain 405o6 audf75W t tJ ih r j jCtCtf i f Lindleiims J OilClQth5 q i t i1i Mailingsi 1 Il 9xJ2Axmiuiitr Rugs tx12 VelvetRugsS S2Q 17O 4 3x1 2 lapesrt Rugs 2 O dlJdQ9x12 Ingrain Rcigs J iOQfc A5 7f Iogrjiin Rugs I 850 71 c 7tx9 Jranite Rugs l 300 Sit t36x72 Axminist r lings Jitf J t27x54 AxministerRugs fe r t 2 tiO t 36x74 Ve i Bogs a5o t 27x54 Velvet Rugs j rJ 159 rSmyina Rr cJh + twf K jF SpecialPricesfj 0r ace Curtains y rj J and Wall fPajer i r t il 171t1 v CHILDRENall wool Blankets 1 HUnkos FloOTsfierai Shuns 1n l 12 4 White Blanks 400 hi Oatire Uornfrrts 3 W 0 V Vi Y 2 4 3 OQ 728l SLtInaSjloliie 2Wto 30O ndor Ditmhin Js Sloe 3tp5v12 4 e l3ILnkt t heavy 650 7281 Woe0jL I nap Banklet- r w 15OiSrail V Sorlin t 2 50 4 Sliofes Mfsses o tfi 2 50 I u t I l4V y I The Home of Good Merchandise SPRINGFIELD f 0 ir tronbles Kidney And directed see imitations are intended to Pdlin Bl ai Sarah ho re EichaVd is rs frf Gvay l gduds lfljcJi M famsly mol1JIH jaeqoujpuaied iMrl atrd i t j not be in times gn tp by inch October 30EM Jt jl highest 6year one Boar mower as one and TERMS 10 itt cen in iat time of tw ettr5 TllOMPSON GOODS wool k Panama 1 t J lD fOarpt Carpets25auud3cdent Ct P r 2 xO vet w f Ky y all to f6r 2 I i iX returned I c2 f T L Lxgftn TrofsIt 0C TO 16fr f k j TFFTHE GR IN THE WORLD 1lr r rSTAfF 85a000 PU1SES vb y FrTTJRlTY Tiiedayrc1 5 fJ30C 434SSEE q 4 TuLa3r Oct Itv5000 AI5YLVANIA Thvrs rt Ott 7 f L t3fOOOCC TAKE 101M r OctllJ x CEIGREAT2C JvOctfF5oooTRorr1jQflANDIcAP sioThrsy Oct 14 t rQthec Sensational Race Daily J lVii Yebers Prize Band of AiiiericaLBLAflHE BERNDTMEHAFFEv wmMiW IN DAILY CONCERTS rlONE FTVREQNRATLROAPSrr H UiiI HJn A1ftIftaO1Lir1 J11mIil j aMc I 0dIJL pif ourJfcltlltl rn JM W Ifl ztu iJouQLtsb Dsiiwbai1 i I IJ F THE ISLEMSLE75DBR 7 w G T BURTON 4 94DENT DENTIST 4TH EXTRACTED JIOUT PAIN i jiHaffiHL Blockf up stairs 4P INGTPlEp KY Jental Work Striptfy 7 FirstcIisS j IPiciL IW1 Surgeon I Cffffce jhpufs 8 to 9 a m c ito2pm over Haydpns Drugstore tiLarnptonMD Iffice In Doer Bwist ftktI1tc He L Residence No3- 8FIGRIGSBYf ATTORNEY ATL W 6 OAe ov rJPeoples Bank 8PRINOPJELD KYe Dr HW HYATT Oieo1er Red Cross Drue Store t Office hours Hyatt 030 t ji iiav to12 m 4 to 5 p- mJOHNYMAYS FUnRAl UlUEnOR t AID LICENSED E1ALMER TELEPHONE DAY 18 NIGHT 74 SPRINGFIELD KY Raikod ScheduleJ Following is the time schedule DOW iif effect on tiie Bardstpwn and Springfield branch railroad Mo 41 Leaves Louisville at 430p m Bardstown Junction 4 522 p m Bardstown QC6p m arrives at Springfield 690 p m No 42 Leaves Springfield at 6 OOa m Bardstown 645 a m Bardlatown Junction 730 a in- anv at Louisville 820 a m q No 43 eaves ajouisville a i35am JJ3ard town Junction 910A m Barstown 10450 m arrive at SDrVngHeld 1215 p m I No 44 Leaves Springfield at 100 p lip Bardstown 226 p miBardstown Junction 4 1 Opm arrives at Louisville 545 p n Nq 90 Sundays only Leaves Sprnfefi0cl5l5 ta ro Bardstown 800 a m vBardstown Junction 845 arpix arriYes at uuisvi11I 935amjr I1 Nr liSunda s ln yLe vet Louisville at 6OQ p m Bards to1 Junction 645p mt Bards town 780 pWA arrives ai Springfield at 825 p m nrLE NON PRWGFIELD AUIOMO t BILE LINE SCHEDULE tLia vc Lebanon Leave Spfmsflelu IL N Station Walton Hotel 730anu 1830 a m iq jTaTim I 100pm 4Cgp nif 500 pm 4 630 pin 730 pui HO Qaiml Sunday 200 p m J llnb1ic Sale fI1l O1tb farm of Mrs3 ain5c lieachman Similes Northeast ol Springfield on T1I6sdayOctQber 19 l offer for safe to Jthe higliqsi bidder the fplliwing pepota propsjtrjKone tt year o dfmaft 2oqwbiIt coaxes i inft1on staudsLrd brrd mate in foal to QkjPaJ1j one 7year od gek1 I ing goody family hose Oiie T year old filly bjr rjanshine am 4S out ofja standard bred snare ole yearlio g mule 2 milk c9 S1- l ad of sheep 6GOJJelsf UI ejrn shuckecr 2 staokajpf hay iiiie su T1uidk2 buggies 75 shocks ot fodder Jxiruun jm- pletnents and spaie household f VitpjbenJ funituitT1rent about 50 grfsof pafitun J4lUhriJJma EIMS41I rior10 and under cash Over SIDion six mbn ths with nbte bariog6pri ciEmt interest negotiablrnui pav ab eIn b nk Tf OiUGAN MS W it iDUKQAT t L i K1LLmECOUW- ACURTIE LUN- SmDr1kings t f Hew DiScovthy- S PRTCE SIRZ4T TAO LUNG aVh rTo71iN Local 8p WIt Interest I 1 Y V The Freshest and Latest i j i i PICSiibwc1 2Q OOM MMM AIJsmi illieltFor Salei400 bushels seedtrye t rI2Had Calland see Miss Willie KnottJ bUllyo1 LOsor One 400 pound black heifer has been gene for about one month Mrs B S Clements If you are thinkingi of buying a gasoline engine seq the Mlam at A 0 Kimballs Pate t Leathers ajnd Felts in stock Prices from 5c toi00at Miss Willie Knotts Mourning veils auto yeils and pretty face veils at Wathen Shaders One is as welcome tit look aroundand8slrquesticnsas to buy at Wathen Shaders DriSosh sold bis 3 year old Chestnut Dare seeding toWlsori Brosof Cave City f r2QO Mrs Mnllicac over Peoples Deposit Bank has the very latest things inhats Call and see her When1 you want a wheat drjIlI see the Thomas fust received wagonsSee TWilt Sim m bought in Pleasant Grove netshborhocd 7 mare mule colts at an average of 100 John Colvin bought in the same neighborhood 4 horse mule colt at7r5 eachr The very latest trimmed and ready to wear hats for Ladies Misses and Children Call and eeb tore bUIjngI i i i Mrs Mullican 0 over Peoples Bank The Fiscal court met MoJday and passed oh severial claims against the county and adjourned until the first Tuesday after County Court to give thrtroad overseers furthers time to put their claimc in After that time they will not be considered A reunion of the Blue and the Gray will be held on the ffarm of Squire Nimrod Heiidren on Friday October 8 Dinner will bp served on the ground Speeches will be delivered byI Several prominent jmen of U1Tf county If attractedbysoinevery ar tistic announcement you bave1 been irnpelledio see what was back of then yoli surely Jmusfi have been amply rewarded Wealth of design excellence of style aridTjverwhelming abun dance of all further characterized by extreme moderdtion of price are the impressions a seek et immediately receives upon looking around in the istore of Wathen Shaderi Mr Geo Wbrton has sold his interests n the Liyery Stablf to his partner Mr T Dudley raW This firm is one of the oldest in town having been in business for 12 years Mr Wbarton will devote his attention tu farming Mr Tapp will continue at the old stand ready and wiliiiigto render good and prompt service to customers The Ilepublicanprimary held last Thut dayj Friday and Sat urday iiu the WiUisburg and North precinctsto nominate a Republican candidate for Maglf yate resulted in a tie vote be tween Nimrod PendredanJ Deit ringer whoreceived 107 voids each Mr L J Moore the other Candidate received 97 votes The yote wilt be taken again on next Wednesday Thursdayl and Friday between Ifcmdron and Derringer Ii Wade Harden was nominated fQLvCpnstabieJfn the primary last j Vetii I Rally Day V A Sunday School Rally wilfcb theld at Sprliigfield Baptf t church on October 10Ii10O9 bi ginning at OSOamoand con tfuuing until 12cAll persons ID jterested in Sunday schools are cordially myited to attend Special music recitation and speeches wilt entertain the 551 Teachers Meeting A teachers Assocatibn meeting will beheld at CecilviUe Schoolhouse Saturday October J6 1909 from 10nO80n 10 3 pm A very interesting pro i gram has been arranged for the ftechersof that educational di- visionI are making a great effort meeting1tlnnpW Colvln and Superintendent J Wl Bush will deliver addresses Everybody invited and urged to atteud Leachman Campbell The enterprising and upto date furnfturd meii have secured the contract for furrHshngpews for the7 new Baptist church This is a wise idle on thepartpf the commiiee as tbefirmhave provcm in the past that they can furnish superior goods end for a citytlriusJ Tramp Arrested A tramp givin hisi name as Jim Abell was arrested and brought to town Tuesday by Sheriff Osboume arid Mr Pat Shanahan wno swore out a war r ntcl1arginghimvith burning h jhouseon his place in which the tratrp is thought have slept the night before is be was seen gpng into itat dusk on that evening The next morning the ho seas discovered in flames and Abell was captured on the road a short distance from there 8eiis nosy in jail awaiting trial =Speaking at Lebanon A number from hre attended the speaking of Hon John W L Hisat Lebanon Tuesday The speaking was held in theI Court House yard anda large crowdwas present At the con sppecbIJudgein fa yindow across from theI speakers stand was teen bv the crowd who called on him for a speech Judge Thurman made a speech of about ten minutes iansNyering the charges that Mr Le wis had mdo The ovation hB receivfd dinonstratjd7 that old Marion is still in the TJemor cratlccoiumn i at O n 1A1 In the forncon at 730 a Solemn buoFather Bagerty celebrant Father Hasenfns deacon and Pather Gavin subdeacon The services in tluj afternoon at 3 p fii consisted bf Ue Rq siiry pfocessioh in w1iihalarge number of children and young ladies took part an eloquent atd schojarly sermon oy SQV Father M Clellan anfd Benedic C110iropt iCaiu iwas very creditable lIfe solos by Mbs- mind Mary Bayd on Miss Bligh ofioyva ware a special featuie pf the occasion t The College Boy Considerable interest is being manifested in the forthcoming production of thelatest comedy success The College Boy bviAuction in Ifcent years has at ttalqcd sucliiminense popularity with the theatre gbeis who relish illl that is new and good in cOm edy offerings Mr Chas Riggs the author whose fame as a imposer prnnounceil has struck the kqyhote of the publics fan ev in this hisilatcSt work This comedy has made a pronouncod tIlt wher evcr presynie and local theatregoers will find much ii this production of Utf o ilati ordinary interest htp it jp presentk d at the Opera Housu Saturday nigh Qct 0 Seats on sale at tfie Red drpss Djrog tore Watch fpr liiepurpde at MoOn r Notice to Creditors I All peon having1 Claims against the estate of John liar dgstyt deceased are hereby notified to filetlja same propetiy proenasbyl4ul t r1quire4 with llie 1uudeJ j oed or Vith WFff GyigJv my attJtrJffrl ft hik officein Springfield KyVan ok DOfove Hpv 15 1909 JAMES HARDEST Admr with the wjd annexed of John W iWro DANGERi ttI ii g No charges e 1ar1 AUL WORK iS Done in this office is firstclass S Sjjin every respect and just as ad jgvcrtLsed wVSTALLARDDDSiQi 5 Springfield Ky S 94utPiles- Brown Mr E J Brown and Mss Addie Piles both of this county drote over to Lebanon lastThurs dy night and were married by Rev A C Graves of that city Mr Brown is a well known ahcjI JI prosperous young farmer pf this countv who has always stood hijjh in tha estimation of toe people Miss Piles is a wellI known and accomplished TheIr In ions Three Dead Typhoid Fever in a most malignant forth lias tarried off three of the family of Mr tf80 Simpson near VVlJey Hill On September 2 a fifteen year old son died with the disease and on the 28 of the same month a fit teen year old daughter Jied with the same disease At the time of her death the finely Mil L S Simpson WitS very ill with the disease and h also die douthe 2 of this month HeWAS fifty six years off age and a good lIri dustrious fcitizen of the county ho had the respect of all The remainder oftbe fiimily have left the place for Ilhe p r esent They haole the sympathy oIthe entire County in their grea ins fHtune i =Death of Mrs Wells Mrs Amanda Wells dudat the home of herclaughterJ Mrs R P COlvlllnearTatamSpibgs Sunday of infirmities due to old ageiIShe was 87 years of age and tlewife of the late Anthony We111s who died 25 year ago Shefwas ahighly Vespected lady V119had the well dfsrved re sppct aid love of all who kriew her She leaves three children Mrs R P Coivin 1 rsIV T McAIiJjian and Mrs W S Y GpocMet Burial services were conducted at Antioch Monday Building Contract Sealed bds willi be received the undursigned from this time up to2 oclocli Saturday Oct 9tli 1909 rfor the contract for build ing tho Masonic Temple at Mackville Ky C F HicUersdn Chairman Buildin Committee rrFER ONAL R1ddaughter Mrs E Sele 6nan this week Miss Annie Myesisvisitin in Lebanon this week tt Messrs France and Martin jekman haver returned to their tipmein Missouri after a visiti toM TSimmss T Mr Uichard Spalding has gene to St Marys to school A large number frPrrfliere at tetdd tIme wudfliyg of Miis Re becca McElroy fat Lebanon Wed1 nesday j MiiiJs Grace Wel Is visited 11i EItzf rTurron MlinilatT Rev G S King has returned from the Met oJisf Conference at Henderson H is many friends will be giad to learn that he will be in charge of the church lhec for another year1 Jennie TulboiO jifI- Cr fl Monda3 Galvestpi iVviistOiVisit her orothe r Mrs Louis Rogers is in Louis ville tday Mrjjaid1 Mrs RH Edelen atu 1tllJseph of Louisdlle visited iilaivos beie Sunday Nlr JlmrIe Dorsey of Pe iiiclr visiterUjis niece lss Jjau raakSundayI Miss Mary G eas Dn is visiting her sister Mrs Blandford in Louisville i MissEmoca A a rnsjff lIar rodsbuKg is visiting relatives here f Mrs Kitty Hays Has returned to Louisville aftCr t v sit to relatives here T Miss Mary Lem rPana ron is visitinf er sitor Mi- Mtttt Mayes if Mss Annie McChordl is spen- dinhejveetTgthgm i T ID TAPP t It iSUicessl to Wharton Tapp iIf 1 LEADING LIVERYMAN I x VV r Jg Horses fed and properly cared for lIar I fV ses buggies carriages and other vehicles for V hire Safe driving horses and vejiices for xj any and all ocasions for hire I j T 44 4WMrs Julia Miller and daugh ter of Bar tQWh spedtt Mon dar and Tu sday with her sisteri Miss Lizzie Kinkead visitingI J Dereauseaux at St phiu9e Mo this week MIss Clemmie Straus ibas re turned to Louisville after a visit to Miss Katie dertlein who accompanied her home WF Grigsby was In Louis ville tbusinlssrSaturdayI TheBig 206 Trot at Lexington 5T1ii3 will be one of the best races at the great Lexington Trots Octt 516 The fast stake winners Sanoma Girl 2 Ooi Mar garet 0 205h Ora 205 + Bob 95S1ni inf 2W1 LoeUbt Jack 2 oliand aeartl2JO daywiththat ever faced a starter inclu dng Colorado FJ trial 21 JIf Sue- D tr 212i Grace Shaw tr 2141 and a nuinher of others thatI have beaten 2 lq Lbokbut fbi the worlds recojd to be beaten PUBLIC SALE Wednesday October 2011 1909 l i At ray t rm one mile west Of Lebanon I wilt OQ the above date StIlat public audiip 20 head of borses 14 hddofrntihs luliead of Jacks and Jennets a lot pf hugs and some cattle rlhiti is a choice lorl of young p ehl bred horses consisting ofI stallions brood mares geldings col all tfiUith 14 yearling so g r mules two teams of is mutes one filHI x year ortIIIIJ Black Jack a splendid bh l111otherl111 s l stqck that will soon grow into i money rerms Sums Bunder 1000 cash over that scm 12 months timeAwirii Bankable note Every animarpffered d vyiHbe sotdsate- will begin at 10 a tit LUnch at 12 dc1k rJOhN B ATOEN Lebanqn Ky Hardins ChapeltJ 1 Mrs Maggie LUsey lc1n dren Sum and Ira of Mantw county spent Saturday and Sun day vi hBS Litsey and larD hiy f Mrs GW Fensvibkatid daughters iviargte dnd Nmi spent Friday nndSuturday With Mr A L Lilsey and family Miss Hattie Logsdbn isspend ing this week in Louisville 11r and M rsrThad Anderson and chiUlven spent SUnday with Mrs Ne lie Logsdoa MrJand Mrs Will Barker and son spent Suiidjy With relatives atFenwJck Miss Lfla Fen viclc and Adray Canary wee the guests of Hattie Logsdon Saturday Mr and Mrs MI Ba ikfrlspent Sunday with ACanar and family 1fLittle Howard Masters while II playing one day llast4 week at schott vas running with his knife open stmbled ana feUl on Ihii knife sticking it in his f re1 head just above the eye He i now able to be at school again iII Mfs George Fen wick is spending tins week with G JY Pen wick and family iMiss May and Delia og don and Miss Adr y Cancfry spent rtEAndersonMr i Hardn and Hrt ford Logsdon wipe iu Marion county Saturday 11iMr and Mrs Loyd Fenwick and children spent yunday with Mr Jtm Anderson Mrs B0ttie Canary spent Mob day with Mrs H Sr Litsey Pnblc Sale ffi fARM STOCK etc f I l t Having determined rem ve hOlD the State I will c n t Saturday October 99J 1909 tat oclock PIn at my resii depce neat FenVick AVashing ton county Ky sell Iat pubjic auction uiy firm containing iI512 Acres hogs lryearling heifer house huJd anS tLijthn fur nittirofaim in implements aid mauy otihy artic es of personal propebttJ The frm 1s siMatedon the SprJngneldl aryl MaekVille trn pijcn acd cuntaliis a c mfort 4ble wetting containing six rooiow and other out nouses as welt as a gooa bkcksthith s pirlR1s OP SAUt Fpr thd farm onefautth cash remainder in one two and three yedrs 1idate payable annually Personal property for all sums of 10 or less cash am taunts in excess of 10 on a credit of six months ijth good personal security yith interest from date MRS W G ADAMSt 7 Then MeUI Miss Virviuill p niI like n fco u grateful iiiinr f- M r Bumni jlnurruiHlhRi PIII ltiit 1vtm Inlul1 t I IsnylllSlIi l 3Mit fpihi cuu ut IT IiistliHt i Su r- yes slurIt nU nta SIIn1cP Lirtli rI fortjiilujt nrJhle bns hl11 r niirkiI douJffroaif Tttr cents or uv ffront 18 j iThe M cermry Creatures Why clfirj yiuNlKl1 flni rlliiV He It4rrlnhIw juivptlny ITlint Isiit flfly rltona rii rttUf 1Ii t 1 Jlie polkeArce Getting peiiplf to think lies a de tectlveV ansvviTid the other III IC3us and Effect Said the murrlec mn wjth a sigh ie got a soort Aouth for pigti hut got paint hlldtJ sEaUntC tq m Mr lunches iAndthat te nelleve we no I1h i p Iij Pcpwlsr Song Whiit tin iiiitclniU thY rss ntitJut tSiti Is siutt3 1ilii1iitir lny en if Ha NVas Green 1E nnw jirriii ivrytLtlti Xve1yiioUrt iii rvirutiHg i JP UBLIO SALEfHaing dissolved partnership we will on Tuesday October 1219091 at 10 oclock am on our farm 5 miles east pf Spriiigfield on the Springtield and Penyville pike offer fpr sale to the highestr bidder tbe following property t trlpair 5year old horse mule 3 Jersey cows and 2 cows 16 hands high and calves 1aged mule 10 No 1 yearling steers 1 pair 2year old horse mules 4 yearling heifers 15 hands high 1 black Bull Yearling horse colt by Red 9Q headsl6ck eweslBird 3 No 1 Bucks l YearlingGerman Coach horse 3 lows and 30 shot J t Broodmare in foal by Red 1 J IL Case tobacco jsettervt Bird Farming implements 3of all weanling mare coltI by R eIkinds r t Bird V iJS i Terms made known on day of sale L11 WPURDOMt1N fi ii t rf SellI If ti 7fr I III s I f jJ I SPrices Reasonable 1Ft i Try a pair for your Boy Or Girl 7t WESELL s 1 Buster Brown I 11 IIgUARANTEED I 4 STOCKINGS t Sf t 7 tltlt FOR MAN WOMAN U Ir itj 1 1 OR CHILD IIVThe B 1 aI71 t I slWearingStockings madel Iii j LET US SHOW YOU it hl I The RobertsonGI Incorporated Cfaybrooke Co I I t I w Is ti DRINK t0 L t t4 4S ffT t t cFANI TZ f I The Drink that helpsiyoxi thM1cI1 rj1 The f Dridk of the Fans Rich Red and 1i ciii t 4 Looks Good f Fto1 TItI It Tastes Is Gob Good 1fIyJfftf FA1N TAZ The Pennant wJn rAtl t FA T1AZ5 Thetiit of Ihe Season BITANDFINlYOtJT tt H i t J 7 1 tttIjItsparkUng Exhilarating at j Katie Hcrtlien Bro s i1J icELEss SODA QJNTAINt o r t jiiA F4RMr f ff l J r it rWecan sell you ope any size any location any r f l price We at all times to show Coie i j and see iis Aboutlf4t C 100 FARMS 1 i r6 l t in our Lands See partial list below j7f4rr iC No1 1GP acres 5 mile firom Xi3banon 5 miles SprinjfleldfS A room dwelling in gbid repair 3 barns plenty cf gras plemtyvoi water all undergopd fence Price 85000 per acre r No 2 237 acres six miles from Springfield qn good pike 2 tjdwelling houses 2 stock barns 00 acres of new land plenty of gracs plenty of never famnlr water all under roodfeuce No 3 JlpS acres 1 mile from Spripgfield 2 welling hoiuec 2 dwelling houses 2 barns plenty of water all pf farm in grais all good ience Price S55 per acre t o 4 86 11 acres 1 mileeastoackvihle 8 raomdwellIIgf t IIundertobacco 1arn all outbuIldings fine orchard ot 5 tretsall ffruit allundcr good fen et plenty ofwMer tl tyf tPrice 3SCiO r Nd 5 J28 acres 7 miles from Springfield 11 milefrpa JMT ft5 room dwdUing in good repair JO Je e tobacco barn new ttyof timber good stock barnfall the farm will raise tobaccq lrfc 45 per acre r A 4 110 6 120 acre 7 room dwelling 12 acre tobacco bra iitc stock barn 100 acres fine river bottom land 20 acres of upad alt r under good fence no overflow land Price Sf per acre Ho 7 200 acres on good pike brick dwellIng teniat lM jj4i 3 tobaccq I1arn Opc toba cound at least ouhaf of tke fate land Price tOper acre t 4 No8 12 acres 1 mile from Springfield on plke S t rsw 1fdwelling ia good repair good barn all under good fence Bielty I r7of fruit plenty of water Price f2500 i 51 No 9 150 acres 1 mile from pike on county road lMil fr pi Loretto 7 iflom dir elling in brood repair all under good fence all r in grass except acres plenty of water telephomi a d r rai route fine stock barn 60ft square p enty of tobacco JaHl Prk r 800 per acre r No 10 fiC acres 3 miles from Springfield clq to lI I Jcc room dwellIuum in good repair tobacco barn OOxM obdsteckra 6 1lunderg OMcDePlLIp l Price Bbstep 3600 i i f3s 1M R EYES TESTED Bd M R k 1 f J W c 1 6Ms l I i ir frli IAIDOOX lID y 1 tJ t Iit II Wa II Ifiti f f Fysom tkr t tc TIMPLE RMLE- YU M 1fitlM y uftJ7 i hd t AjJ1 jer r frock aM Mw irrda II4wE Ne7M tllllt tW MNHiiH tfo ltJcrtCt IMOtqf MW- Mt MH excvfK ttH tired droop of thej d Jf dyfj lit MDfiJrtu UIo luutor If tvu will I 1nkatttutllof11t 8aldrU take i J Jt4J tYM THe jrf kt4l gt him She bad Ieohw eysLkP WWH FIwy seem vkil N tu wfk aiM tIi to iecept his Jr Ww11IkM t y rN ImIm not very 4lw MM B farther tlwn I tbowght t jif Mft MY JNe the wkteback seat 1 JMA wMcfc sba iHli4 with a weary Mull TV tot 4reV toward towa In J HniKf Mta MMMrif All tbe time Merttijr Mil rHtfeu of a giving a ttft1IW rnwttire a lift although UrMli llw thewtfiK of Ike blue ejwi wa Hut easy At tk t4e et the tewlishe said HH4jr WUI yoe let sw owtlliererA- M thee way u each side of tbem Mly bttfl ntretcbe of waste land Bfc liw e great ek IB the fore JreoM MniiMa tlIrl4ed ad looked at her ta MMttiahweftt IIjwt M welt take yv the tt 1 riheTHiy v lt Ttoi tat aiy rest e the way t Mis MwqK the taadscape Rut wlMft o fuel Mvt he hhMhid tbes taapaed a little J M iMMttez sk MiC rtHipt hto ftxichlae and turjaed S bct squarely CMi yol ware jrour wand and chMNioaboxiatoakouaert I e M iltHIkeI you a cup of l la k fxe4IalIe for my ride Oaeir toe Mid and drove tbe ma cWH ilglw Ike hde of Uk oaks rIM little lady alighted and took off her hat HiMfeeWt reresIlBg thus in tbe t MMHfllit the red gold of her hair the IJ IwjrvwMtenfM of bar blouse CbeertfHC a cleared spies under the I HlMt dewn the bandbox open H it produced tiny alcohol stove a UMpet two cups sugar and a little t ni KtAT LEAST TIlE QCEXX COULD VV5 lc vfix KU WRUKQ Itray Ijox of taI Then closing tbo I UilMiloxJH inadf a table of it He z4tieVn ntid watcbed tier us sbe imt lhi kettle on to boll Cblld be hapJt Het bead went up undo she caugbt heir J breatli quickly Then she said itMi uieuii that Ilhe thht way rYes tUJdl you eveX know she nsked what it ito work nil day In it stuffy i5bH5 3jvluj on beuvy garments with tbid people nil about you sewing too i KTOW weary nut heartsick iiud at laj t to Jose ywtir plnce- ibsonai heart went out to her She was so little and frail nnd helpless couldleHft kit m purity yes II lirin curve of her mouth He had HowB su nMhy women whose lIps fire holllrn1 and whose lygWelt tlmts What happened to me tin toW him lo tmy placie and wlien they iaid ipe off I wtut Into tin Tnrk and wtt oiiii bench and wondered wbatl would do And on another bench t rj8 u Ihunp lie hail come In from the ceuntry and there was a daisy In 1121 bultiMihole And jvllat ohcel knew tli wanted to uo to the country too aatttlto y a tramp n respectable tMe Sfte umlled a little So td everythIng In thte bandbox It Isnt 5JIM heavy as bag bud a little inon and that pays for my lodglnRs at iauIgb In the farmhouses and during atkdHy I cook my own meals by the ndIkit J ilnW itat was ready aud she pdural- lt and wlwa he banded Robsonbls tfJ1M a ii How ionjc iittyon done It T A HMntliJ she said and thMIs the f HKifttR1Y journey ltnorrow po iSto wwV apjlh- rO a iuy outltobson was thinking tiflt the roll of bllj In his pOket1t tlfalrlilf f S1 fair 1111 ngreedq But laBt better and stronger than was l tiikik iww tint llInI face the winter ywju vowiliip to him that be did not 1 iyiiiii Uer jn faio II dlone He nad inet fiMatay wohien hilt none unit had In Uli IJiotir irIit 1tt1lkiY Into isSklltrt S4xI WvIuaHlway bail hU own xvny jf heiUHiiuwl imVe in iy But tier- 1kIl Murdx iviniywl his nwtle of IlhTH iIu was tnothvr haKon she said Wiwwi1 wliy iir1I1f why There meJrtir t i nf1I yt nuuiii lu limrrjt hiIm xhe adirti jibt pay 1c Htiirtll and most of U tHINI will wvi 10 hIs old m rents 4 1 U1IIIIIJu i l Ulltlunt h he VmiWtri jcev rtlMsrd 14 ICBgMl me tit liMrry him benl WHildul kher ilwM rJI wuulrt hlmf back l tl10l 1111443S2ie trag V I4ak hotre jlf j t Aiidye Mt1rk of you t j4 ti i tSKe Ito hr face a fh1trfvt W bar JOr flje wkIs l 4 m tru w ir Ann tileD tucwwuy iV started to her feet lttteuIIhtfotkL af IB thiatAnce Kobsou beard the sound of sarnie one wblstllng a clear trlliimc aotaad The gIrls face waS 1iJtI1itHt1ll I Then I Im IB the way TUftwoa asked Oh no She flung out her hands You Save helped me be will be gladI r1lInt Hobson knowing the thoughts sureI Qud youI rNo r stay1she pleaded and flew down the rind to meet the broad shoul dered young fellow who came swing lug Hiding toward thOrn Itdiison knew what the men of his iMird vuuld have thought the I Iui iiit would have clouded f fitit faiejs but In this mans face was IfiiilU trust Iq his eyes at least the ijiif n itmld do no wrong- S She hits told me that you gave her sa lift be I4l1ldand thank you for her She oughtnt to have tramped buthe would No she ought not Robson was comparing ber delicacy her refine ment with tblM plain workaday being And yet abe loved him One could see it In the happiness that shone from j her face I brought some things for our supper the man said Perhaps youd join usJ Hobson declined ills idyl of thd afternoon was over BUt the glrlblgf ped He stayed and ate the tinned salmon nd crackers and the fat curj rant cakes and they talked with bll1 frankly of their plans j After this sbe goes her way and 1 go mInethe man said sadly lIt Isnt what I want but she says I must Then aIJat once Robson had an spiration Look here be sa Idlshe told me that you were working In the parks Now Ive got a big place In South Carolina and my bead forester a man to help hlmlt would needsI It chance to learn and Its among the aelglancedsaid huskily and tbe girl breathed God bless youT And after that benediction Robson went away i Come mid see me he said to the man and pave him his card Andwe will make finaKarrangement Then he chugged away in his big red motorcar a man who baying pl he part of fairy godfather was1yedI heavy hearted for the had missed The Modern Architect in his book on The English House W Shaw Sparrow the eminent Eng IJsb art critic puts up a novel plea torI the castigation of the modern architect through newspaper criticism Public opinion be says should be an art ists critic as well as hIs client At present he neverfeels that whip with a thousand thongs which newspapers keep for writers painters ac tors and dramatists A writer of n bad play Is flogged In one week by all the leading newspapers in England for those in country places quote from the best known London critics Indeed there is so much ado that a bad play might well be n danger to tbe British empire Yet it does harm only to tbei dramatist and his company while a single bad plumber a single slipshod builder does more mischief In year than century all tbe bud plays written in a Hel Treat tri th Fit h royal family Itt Is the rustom jlo decorate the breakfast t lahltI In the favorite flower df the person who has a birthday When Queen Vie form of Spain was the Irlujess Eria Bat lea berg her flower was th prim IfORennd An her thirteenth birthday ufluulIbenIshe jokingly expressed the wish that as sue was Scotch there would be a change to bl fltsHpr brothers kept the wish in mind and gathered this ties for her fourteenth lililHtiXy RutI Ena suspected something w is up and slipping downstairs earlier than usual saw the thistles and took action when her brothers came duwn keen for the suTTrIse to their sister they found chopped thistles and vinegar waiting for them ana In trout of their pines the sign reading itA Treat For Don keys Buf ze foot of ze bed the Wwll dered Frenchman said it tees not on re end of ze lntg i No Time For Little Boys An Edinburgh gentleman died the oth erday and a small boy open eyed and silent watched while the coffin was placed In thu hearse1 Have you said your prayers Wilt He said his mother after tucking him Into bed that night t No mamma said Willie Well say them uow Im not going Ui say any nrayers tonight replied Willie with the air who bad fully wade up blsflflOdDe But you must No not tonight Willie persisted Why notV asked the mother in as fonisiiment lfH no ugesaltl Willie They will be sovbusy In heaven tonight un packing Mr Jones that tbey will have no time to llsttjn to fie prayers of lit tie boysEdIisiiirgh iiispntcb fThe Cynics Cynics wns the name applied to n school of philosophers founded by An tlstheues a pupil of Sutrates The main tenet of the extreme cynics was that civilization Is a curse and true happiness can be obtained only by jmitbtylng the mostt primary physical appetites which man liaR In common with brutes The general attitude of the cynics as distinguished fromTbot t ot the stolcH wlio regarded everything In the external world with ludlffer- eme Avas one of contempt They were not nu tmpnrtaht philosophical achooh numerically but at meted attention largely by their e centIches and Insp contemptfort ijuently be applied to any one who takes it mean view of human lire Sew York American Didnt Care For Him LittH1 Eleanors nyiili r was an Anjerltan wlitle her father wasnGor I lnnc II lOneday tej g fgg1lmd been BUIr jtctdiflasiiresst iar JMtrcRiisclpHn5iry the babdjtfj Bfer father ljt called her motr nto abpther roofn closed The door RlgniQcanFljf and iijd Brother dont tnnt tId meddle In your business bulfe wish youd Mud that husband Qryours back tto itrn1nnyLae Journal ti r J HARD NAMES j ji cme In Scotland That Aroused a Lady From Schenectady y AmerhaiiH loire trouble in pro nou rug the name liemctaidy al though the spelling of It Ik not always 1lbl1ryjLtilaird whose guest one summer wusn young lady named Miss Cunningham who came ruin J lieiiectad3 Skin neytaddy and Skenktcraddy were as near to It afthe laird usually came In his eyes the orythogrnphclc and or tboeple beam of his own titles and ap pellations Win entirely eclipsed by tbe marvelous mote known jfs Schenectady and be never reizcd that the Scbolballbite their thumbs at the residents of the shire of life in the kingdom of Scotland until his eyes were opened somewhat rudely and Lila sight was n way restored Uncle John I sold to him suddenly one evening when he was in convul slontfMver Scbenectady Uncle John wllllll jis the name of your place Ba iluthoV Anti of your pnrlsh iIf AroneraihjtAnd of your ikstoHce Plttenweem And of your railway station Klllconguhar And still Uncle John I continued you as Inlrd of Bnldutby the vernnc nlqr formelderpt the kirk of Arron craw receiving your letters and pa pers at PJltenweem and ttaking your trulnRaC Kitlnocker think Schenec tadytunnyl BREAD SHEETING The Sun Dried Dough of the ITahd of she Pyramids In tbeiaiiFOf tIn iiyntmjds when ever cdffee iIs lirtiught Into a visiting guest the sun cook tr bread sheeUng Is always servid therewith It looks like IIrIsultitnn rIhIS It Is cleanly to handle and ran lie rumpled up In the hand without fractnre This bread Sheeting Is a most Import tant artlele of Interior commerce per 1mcII rIm iiiong the Asiatic knll fats nut Ini iars It has for thousands of years Iren their comlilned bread cracker wc1cnkc nUln one- I rut bread sheeting Is used Iu the countHps of origin mlhor articles of furnltujre niid fnriiislrtng just as the natives of the tropics make a bjewll derlng variety of uses of the cocoa nut palm and Its products as sun blinds awnings lanterns cashiers for bold Ing papers nnd so on through a dozen uses inthtlr dry climates these uses are practicable but in rainy seasons i the goods If wetted collapse like paper almost IEven In Manhattan among the Ital ian bakers you see the peculiar trellis work hardback bread made In big rlng- e4beetJlnbonLa yard square made to do duty as temporary shelving It will not stand much weight but I- susooor drying out light articles as the sir strikes the objects both from below and above Bakers Weekly Rye a Good Horse Feed Jtyc lIsfagood grain to feodrborscs It isequal to oats and wheat but It must be ground middling tine and mix ed with cut straw or cut hay writes d W Ingbnm In the American Culti vator Thd straw or hay should be cut Into halt Inch lengths moisrcued with wa ter and the rye meal well mixed with It Is very stickjr and horses can not get the meal without eating the straw or tiijwith It In feeding corn to horses we always grind Half rye with tbe corn to make the corn stick to the cut straw Corn and rye ground tttgethVr In equal proportions and mix mulsteuedI have fed hundreds of bushels of clear rye mixed with straw and also rye and corn meal inlxl with straw and always with excellent results This cut feed has been our usual and rilmost constant feed for working farm horseit jver since we fommeuced farm lug more than fifty ycJo ago Clear rye meal Is not acceptable to horses on account of Its extreme stickiness It sticks to the lips tongue and teeth so tenaciously the horse becomes disgust ed wish it Money In the Sheep Flock It has been shown that sll pImll nure Is worth ns much pound for pound as most high priced fertilizers writes nR Alleu In file American Ag rlculturlst It Is also known that seeds eaten by sheep do not germitiata which in Inure than can be said of seeds entail by other farin linimals hut probably the most practical question in tbe average farmers mind Is wheth er sheep are a profitable proposition on the farm Although thQ sheep busi ness like nil other enterprises has Its nlli at d downs It Is a very severe time Indeed when n small lock uf sheep ivlll not pay Its way There is no 6thLr class of live stock that pos sesses so many sources of Income They i reduce twobarvests lambs and wliClilOt to mention thq benefits given the jaml in the shape of fertilizer atit their value iiiweed destroyers Valoo II of a Separator Xu dairyman cjin afford to be with njut some good separator A separator 4Hl remove practically all the jbuljcr tcit from the milk while the old methv od of Hkluiming may leave as mjicb as 2 i percent of nfl the butter fat flu the sklmmllk Butter fat is certainly too Expensive for hog feed Any good separator will leave less than five one Imndredtbs ofI per cent of butter fat In the skirarallk and thus still effect it saving of from 450 to 8 per month percow over the old fashioned gravity sysfems of creaming In addition to his It is well to bear in mind thatt with a hand separator a richer and better cream can be sklmnied and that thti sklmmilk scan by this system hi fed immediately while still in a warm sweet condition J H Frandsou Ida ho Experiment Station Profit In Pure Bred Cows Many farmers have exaggerated lucas about the o tof pure bred coVs and the Tnioe nf maintaining thejn IL Is the sailie with regard to a larjje yield of milk or butter Of course good cows cost something but they mak up for It by producing something It Is better to pay n little more at the start In order to make great deut more in the end for that Is what you do As to feed and care the goodcow- will pay these back altogether in n better way than the poor cow The InttetJ ta not iikLq to TUrn tJtjvwtusr Do You Get Up a Lame Back IiWith Hakes You Miserable knows of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and LJbladder remedy be i hi cause of its remark restoringUISv Root fulfills almost every wish in over ll coming rheumatism Ill II pain in the backkid 4 neys liver bladder lh x and every part of the urinary passage It 5 corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing or bad effects ollowjnguse of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day and to get up many times during tug night i- SwampRoot is jecommended for verything but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need It has been thor oughly tested in private practice and has proved so successful that a special ai langement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not al ready tried itl may have a sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to findoutifyouhavekid ney or blkdder trouble When writingmentioM reading this generoxis offer in this paper send your address andIDr Kilmer Binghai ton NY The regular fiftycent and onedollar the bottles are sold by all druggists Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the ad- dressBinghamtonNYOn every bottle I lI laOaione any prdtit TUo goon cow too will jiot tat sucha great lot more than the poor one and sometlmea not even so much Figure up the case properly and you will decide to keep only the best cows It pays to do so Farm nnd HomeS i Wrmsln Hogs If hogs have lpersistent coughs nn l do not live In dusty houses It Js pret ty safe to say they hare worms fJ1Iinlte Tvnrm water and mixed In tueI slop wlll be enough for 100 head ofI plgsu This dose should be given for five mornings then wait a few days Ifand repeat if necessary For n smaller number than 100 beaA give l good rbhr dram to etch one This remedyI ls cheap and safe Denver Field and Farm t j 1Scs g e Before gohig down Into a well test the purity of the air by lowering a lighted candle or lantern says the American Cultivator If the light Is dim or goes out tie poisonous carbonic pelt gas damps rtulr Ue driven tint by lIsbtnSn quantity of turpentine end sawdust or kerosene and rigsiu t Kettle and lowering to the surface of he water land later pouring several bucketfulS jof water Ito the well from the top Tost again with the lantern mId note tie hnprovement t Ccri Fr the Manure t Professor ttlc lIeeror tthe New York experisieiil station has figured It nit that a single well fed cow will imlure In a year 107 pounds tI1I rogei ST pounds or phosphoric acid tud about S7 pounds of potash fils nile it easy to see why AtIvs nro such a powerful factor ii ircasliig tthe fertility nllIe inltIn ivlieii tile iuuirc Is properlyIcnr1 r Is Mark to McGuire llCatching ulrt of the Cluvclaiid occasion to put the olnlind of Cnjcher CUb tslmrgs t Uhls feat of catching lii gtmlxln row wits II worlds record McCJuIre claims that hxcauglit in 133 games vhen with tile Senators In 1803 Far be it from a WAKAOEli JIM OUIKE O1 TILE CLEVl IiND AMERICANS veteran like me to try to take any redlffromIn nice young fellow like OlbsonV juotb Jim but n reference to the National league rocprd of IISiW i i yearIton friuli wliicli wits alt there wct6ou the schedule so the gullies ware iieces Hiirlly consocittlve VVnong Carriage tBlinks tells1 me lit rilIng a story if initoinoUleii 6nt of Ihs Held Isnt it Why soV heWell Is n liiick writer 7Explained What Is there so fasclnatlngnboiit- im ocemjurip that everybody la crazy to try In You feel so good when you get on luul agiiln The Pessimist iEfry cloud has In sliver lining r Sure about lint 11 Is what they say Bet mine art made of tin L A Sure System T The landlords n pleasant lot He worltt with simple skill He guesses how much cah youve got And then presents his bill Not So Surprising He believes nit lit hears uBe must be Unsophisticated No deaf as a post Y AHint 1eYou look lonesome But dont i look as If I liked it cJus SQuiint Superstitions In Ireland there have been for many ninny ages curious superstitious re garding fairies In the old time these imagined little oWns were thought to be halt human anti halt spirit nature and had strange novrrirtt aver hUlnan- kind The good folk of Erlriusccl to proprltlatc the fairies In many ways a few of them being as follows It n child spilled milk on the fool ho1rarlcscaused the accident Thus the careless child went unreprimanded If one were throwing slops out of the window or POi bemustcntout to the fairies Take care of the water Otherwise some fairy passing might get drenched and retaliate In some unpleasant man ner If a borsegboe were door it would prevent nnUedoterI t frotu entering todo mischief to the mates It1 small piece of Iron were sewed into an lufauts g rmenttbeI fairies would never molest It by cans Ing it to suffer colic Rains If a large vessel filled with pure drJnklng water were placed in the kitchen itt night the fitHries on entering would not touch the food there but content themselves with drinking the water SlipperIsent them selves in a circle on the floor having chosen one of their number to remain outside the circle Tue children seat ed oii lthe floor nre supposed to be cob liters and the one outside Is the beIsaying t Cobbler cobbler mend my shoe Got U done by half ast ttro The cobblers pass the shoe nround to each other as quickly as they can tak lug care that the customer dos not see which of them has it When the custonier comes to take it lid Is told that It Is not ready He pretends to get angry and says he will takes it as It is He uiust then try to find iit ant the cobbler WhQ has It must try to pass Uto his neighbor without Its be in slen by the customer The persou upon whom thin shoe Isfound must become the customer while the jcus twmer takes his place in the circle on tim floor Assjcold in the middle of winter sighed for springtime It came soon enough and Master GrIzzle was obliged to work from morning to night That did not please him be was naturally Wzy All asses are He wished to see the summer This season Is much mOr- eagreeableit arrived Ah how hot It Is cried faster Grizzle I am all in a sweat Au tumn would suit me much better1 He deceived himself again for be was forced to entry to market baskets tilled with pears apples cabbages mind nil sorts of provisions He bin nora theIIlt hardly thn to sleep Fool that I vas to complain of the winter said beI was cold It Is true Rut at least I had nothing to 10tlut drink and eat And could He down quietly on my utter all day tong lJke an inimal of Importance Each season qt UTe has Its advnn tages and Its Inconveniences The prudent mariFconJltlalns of none of- tiiejiiFrom the French of Perrin 1t The tbst Wand Ruth anti her mamma were out drlv Ing in the country and they saw grow lug all along the roadside tall stalks of gcjldenrpd They stopped to gather some and while Ruth was plucking it Iller mamma told her bow it happened to grovSIt seemsthnt one day while aj fairy prince WItS out riding on his beautiful brown red ut1yellow butterflvbe lost his long golden wand All day long he hunted for It but cputd not tlnd It but tilt next day when he rode the butter fly over the meadows be found a little girl admiring n beautiful new golden flower Ho saw that It was lila wand which had taken root and grown up just like other flowers It was sb pret ty that be decided to let It stay there alit blossom for the pleasure of tb9 earth pctfple What Is tIe Article Thought Of1 liie company may bensked to think of some nrrile in tlm room One of the pair who are hr tin secret prevl ously leaves the room When sunk thing hIM been dedldejl upon be In call ed back 1 1I Suppose they have fixed upon the clock The quest inn may mil some timing like this Ot11are tto uiimethtf article In this room which has been tlnnight of Is it the wnll paper No Is it the mrt lnVv No Is the Ainlrrorr No Is It tbi armcluilr NoV Is It time clock Yes Tills puKRllni i lint the rick Is iasv tthe questioner tin ring arranged ilyt the right art It1t dlltUla liiuntlqn o next after Koinetlilug limt hits four iegs Epilepsy Fit My son was cured of a very bad case of epilepsy with Dr Miles Nervfne MRS D BAKER Cleveland 0 My little daughter who was afflicted with St Vitus Dance is now entirely well after taking Dr Miles NerVineonly four months 4 MRS C G BENNETT Alma JMich Epilepsy Fits St Vitus Dance and Spamsare all nenw ous diseases They have beep cuted iin so many instances with Dr Miles Nervine that it iia reasonable to conclude thatit is almost sure to cure you With nervous diseases gfrrasevere type persistent useHias almost invariably resulted in a complete cure or lasting benefits worth many times the cost of tile rem edy The best evidence you can get of its merits Is to Write to those who hayetusedit Get a bottle from ybur druggist Take it all according fo directions andI Iif it does not benefit he will re turn your money Time Moihcs Oats Fireless Cooker actually cooks without fuel It solves the servant problem prJblemItgas 90ofyour present kitchen worries When you own a Mothers Oats Fireless Copkcr you simply place your oatmeal or anything else that you want to prepare on the st vebri1g ih to a boiling point remove place in Fireless Cooker put the pad in position tug the drawstring and willKeeporburnsoupori visit your neighbor go to the matined or shop without any thought df a hot stuffy kitchen range Now there is only ope way thai you Can ct a Mothers Oats Fireless Cooker unless you nt to go to a store and pay 3 75 fir it and that by being a user of Mothers Cereals the bstcereals prepared in the largest mills and dd everywhere by the best dealers in every town In every package wci place a coupon and when you have 145 coupons CookerforI FirelessCookereithr buy ten packages of MOTHERS OATS or any other Mothers Cereals arid 0get the Cooker iimmediately by paying Sit 15 in cash or r upon the following basis 50 coupons and 75 eA 35 coupons and 90cuh f c 25 coupons and 100 cash J tTHL 15 coupOn andiit5andLiOcazhTi10 coupons and 115 cash L THE ORGEAT CEREAL Operating more Oatmeal Mills than any other one cemceraA- KIONf COIUH P1TTS10M1 They w onady ri you hit NiiiTeedid In trac iiig back invHiiiestorst What Is your fet Ueiienhigisf veutt ulneairt for keejilng quiet about tbil CasseHs Saturday Imirnai i Homemade RMThi ugiii von always smoked Havana elgurs JWISlj do IJilliIt vs Col raiiov on that box yOu just handed me Yunkers Statesman Do but stf of what jjon cnn you Wlitbt sufiirispd at four own dllN enct J rlAmbidextrous tbltw In bnscbnll Is to develop aKet jd hitters Wilt bat equal ly well from either side of the Ilnghle Jennings rI1I1 soniC othir j ics assert lint It tis possible to u1l1Ijthen lose their distinction When southpaw appears t hi hatters willthCI rlJllthIlIcJersother side v There are several butters now who mnbldoxtrouj Alan Stirku tilts rom eltbcr side Donle Rush thi De troit shtrtstop beat Dolly Hray time WIIHhlll tOIl sounipnw recently by movijig oer to tIme right side of the plate HIT drove Iih nl of Detroits rolLs Austin playing with New York can bat frdnj ll trsldc So can Uemiany Scbnefer Claude Rltchey nnd CSeorgi Davis Other batters try occasionally Phillij fkGcvein a Cad One Flgbteis Miie and tljliler4 pi in1 It 1iiI Keos Hint tbe Mrfrovern trIbe Is going tulkitp Kfduz forever Its some yen A since time Broolcryn tipfit t fan limit the chrtnce to boast of n rint lighter NoV they can bowl and yell nil tlny v ant multil tthe cvhoew will Kouiul all he muttr Anoflicr hurlrzonnothing eli IeIttrdny tltltl regard ed as the very lint liaiitnmweight flghterwo have In the eastt Pblllle Milver ii tlH prdi of 1icountry as ntjefil bentliig iw any boy eVer got In ton rounds Athletics In Marine Corps Thermo is n niouniujut afoot in the marine corps at WRhlu lon for a broader development athletics than has heretofore cituracterlzcd the Ufr of the marines there Baseball football trackevents and possibly aquatics are to be taken jup out games arranged with time lending military ud naval teams of the country jVrovidcd the plan as discussed melts with the am provnl of those in authority Should the corps go In for athletics extensive ly it mlgbj be able It ts smiggestet- ito get till fnmon V r PolntAniiipr oils frotbull teums to play In Wash ington at times This Pitcher a RealMidget The real and only midget pitcher In professional baseball Is Gordon Hick inan itO star twIrler of the Mobile Southern league tenth Illck weighs Just 115 pounds nnd tIs built lila ft rake His legs nro pipesfems and his arms lire Jnst as slmpely as his legs How lie ever pitches a full gme physi claims cannot understand Hkkmnq yorks only once n week bnt be nearly nlwnyg wins his jrnmes Hick will never IH Iji thlUnjOIJen because of his small Slle His 1sjrlynj ns n ujidget hrFramk nrow of time San Francisco fearn who weighs 122 pounds French Boxers Invade America France wbleli hitherto has American boxers freely often to gtvat er profit of time latter limn to time ad vancemeiU of the noble art of self de tense has nojnf reached a point where It can oxport spine fighters This re jult has been attained throujfli the American invasion Llghtwelgbt fleuri Piet amid Middleweight Champion Mar eel Mareaij are now in this country seeking matches tL But the best way of all isto go to yourgrocei and v sask him to supplyyou with A titr 7U which contnsa complete assortment ofdlfferent delicious foreverYi i ap qWAjattractiveT rby the barrel or butter by the crock butla evry Mothers Kit there is in addition to the savtajttif speia1Firelesscgkee 1t opotafrotheyou secur ea 1 Cooker by merely adding 89 cents Ajlvibtiiers o1Motheraag csy in which they are Guaranteed to keep In perfect condition Indefinitely 8 packages efMetIie 0s4MiJMil 2 packagesof Motherss Y1kwCeesl1 package of MotWs WU4 C rm Meal 1 package ef MotW WUt HMrto I packaKe efMotHr cn 1h1 JtoeltCatOatewali 2 packages oT Members GrMmJaUil HeAsr 1f 2 packages of MetJer CPU ri This Kit can be purchaied atue7grocers oy simply payin L9ST a little mqfe at distant points 1 The grocer himself will citlier r redeem tour coupon and 4m deliver lCookerOKER 1 sue send the coupon h usrand we dShip the cooker to you express collect WESTERN G0MFANT BOSTONSEWUAVEXNZWYORK FfllUIElrllA LIMIYTLNN t anc1Ii B3itetsJThtlattst pTulej impitet Mothers I I That Lame Back Means Kidney DiseaseAnd to Relieve the Lame and Aching DICkf KidneysThere jjbackdillon of the kidneys and bladder It is only common sense any way condtloJbydition And lame and aching back are not by any means the onlySsymptoms of derangement of the f4 ainniless dangerous condition Some of these are for instance Extreme and unnatural lassitude and weari ness nervous Irritability heart ir s1eeplessnessrest scalding sensation and sedi meat In the urine Inflammation of the bladder and passages etc rldBIadderPlllsDerJtorlOUS altecr I operatedirectly tiI Ir IlLbeneficialwheThy1 theTtuallyneys bladder and liver to perfect der diseases to at oee write tfceat and healthy condition even In and a trial box tHM PSJk wfflhe some of the most advanced cases sent free Toy rtton sasH imtfiM J jT = == 1 RUR rlL TELEPHONES i i MflFARMERtIake your home as modern for year familvas a clto iesidence and place your self In a josftleti to get the latest market quotatiori Sat any time TKis cam J be accomplished by means of our telephone servtcehichSyou 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