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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iI I ESTABLISHED 1 I d Iif i JP1483 4 t u1EYOJXyi N 4b t c i SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY DlO El21 11909 IOO iv 10 j F ii r IIf P lrYl F t TRUST PRACTICAL DENTIST bI ler HsLYdonJG Barber rtiuint4work atreiionble prices 11 work guaranteed gpEINGFI1LP KY a= I to1R DtRECTPRYcowitty IJGFiE of WMkU ffton Cowoty 52s ll soallii Mi xi1lfto5 aii1es fron I isyiiUeH Bardsiown branch o- tj1o4tYi1ie and NasHyUl i ailroai in a tiKmiK aim atricultiial district wo Basks telegraph and telephone tiie exPceS office flour aills lumber fanW popaatioa 1700 popalation of r 00II11 ty 15000 ltepes emtatireiu Coiiere S Hon Ben J fcaSon BRidstown Ky RepcesentatiTe in Keatucky LegisI i nrc Hoa W C McChord egcesc Utive inState SeateHon G TrJarvis Camb llsvlle KT I utaty Directlc t J CIRCUIT COURTeCir ldt Coart begins o the fonrU- iMe4ay1H FeJiJr lLrya1dOcto ktrv I H TharmaB Jadg Ci4 Darhami Cpnunoi wealth t 10cr4e tL iIBbbt A Noe Plerk v Master Co i iUs cM Ar TeacgxflM QtJAITRV iQUR1 berlirCpttrtUheld the third I 1 4 aa ill eackon BI Utsey Judge t bURT4II OUNTY j f parity COirt meets on the foartb Monday in ech mouth fl4ilsey3udge 3w F Booker mtyCIik4 t r S Vayel County Attorney tfeorgeCatfett Jailer SldM y Oibourne Sheriff kaiAwlerson Dick Isham I Herb rtEddlemanj DPeiEfd Masters lakes F Moore County Surveyor TP OBryan Assessor WIT ItChdI152UtY1 Treasurerij r3Ij ck PiO sprlngfieid ICITY COURT J AeaR Noe Police Judge I John Grace jMarshal tWFjJGrigBby City A torneyj roSTICEC trrlT iiJ In JanUary JflDt1CC CopttSureb ld Aprilani 0 ctOler 1 Church Diicctory ir METHOIJIST OHTJRCH Rey G SJGngastor Ser ices every Sunday 11am al pm Sunday at 10 anSuaaayScliObl every 4Prayer pseting very Wednesday aigati t tC tHOLICClgURCH Set Rev PE Benne 9 Pastor ioe3 yerySnnday ktJ8 arid 10 oclock im Services atSt Rose same boors PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Elev R R e Lawson Pastor tfraacblng every Sunday at tfam tad at 1 pm Sunday school every sunday t1lOm Prsyo aetw verrThurBd tavenlnk at 7 oJCl J v BA TISTv CHURCH Rev WmHarriMh WiUiamu Pastor Preaching every Sunday at li a ni and 7iui Sunday Scbooi everi dtlal 930 nr Prayer meeting very ruesday ceiItigat 74SociocV 1 GHH1STIAU CHURCH W F Wolf Pastor ITaRev Iceilrst1andIm1rtliSU9Yt Sunday t t + n iaterna1UrdCr1AS- ONIC LODG S riuififiea odgt lfD1eet9 first and third Monday U achonth W ash1gtqt1R A Chapter tNo J v mef e KCCccd 1tUah bptThg1CllCOn1JCil o 2ntta u Jt every ioirth Monday Lj P Tg8c Cr Vermifuge TIE HUAXTEEI WORM REMEDY r ThE sMIIInE c1 tSc s isvet sIitY44 qw UiCer JOVJlllO1 1wcRosS DRUG STORE 10 t r I t HE NJ3WSLJ3ADJ3R i r Marion County Notes i Jr JIEromTh Falcon Pete Williams plead guiityln the Federal court at Louisville Tue day to selling liquor with out license and wai fined 100 atfd given 30 days m jjail Miss Lula Beard formerlyt Mrs L la Ditniels and inquire W B Thurman were married in Springfield yesterday antI after a few days visit IP the brides sister Mrs Ctiie Black at1t Taylorsville will make their f home in Bradfordsyille whereij they have hosts of Iriond i who Wish tor them SUCCESS and bap piness A meeting of tile Democratic County Ccmmittee was held at the court house Saturday afternoon MrWA Walker the nominee for Justice of the Peace inijt Marys district having resigned Mr H B Mattinglywas l named in his place Mr Mat tingly is an honorable upright win and will makean able mag istrate t Tom Butt the negro who was stabbed by San Mitchell colortd Monday of last week died Tuesday night Huts wounds were regarded as serious fromIt he first and there was but little I tcbarlceY Is in jail and will bave to standr trial upon the charge jof murder f The case of Phillip 0 Smith xstmaster at Chicagj was disposed of in the Federal Court g Wednesday He was charged a With detaining registered mail He confessed to a technical of ese and agreed to a fine Of 50d tfhich was paid Mr Smith says he merely agreed to this fine as the cheapest way out of an unintended offense It is rQ ported that he bus resigned and that Miss Katie Norris is an ap plicant for the position Mr Smiths has been postmaster atsChicago since Oct 1905bj Most women re troublad with Kid hey complaint and you know verytI muny serious and even fatal diseases ult front thhte neglected Kidney troubles If you will take DoWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills as directed you may be confident of good re ltsr Try them and see how really good t they are Beware of imitations pills o that are intended to deceive YOUtj Be sure you gat DeWitts Sold by 1aedAMeanTricka A lawyer in a Londop court t defending a promissory not went to lunch leaving his books and citations on the table in the court room The opposing cbun cirsneaked backed into the room and changed the ulaces of all his bookmarks In the afternoon the lawyer taking up books re ferred the court to his authori l ties HS lordshipnoted every Volume aridf page Cirefully and took the cajse under considera tiori In rendering his ojtini n ue said J cI was inclined after bearing argument oIcoUD el9rdefendL ant tononsuit plaintiff but 1 finS affer referringtq tbe tCu thorities quoed by counsel none dfthem bear ony the paso am lted to think thatthe gentleman hsbeen willfully trying tto insult the court He nas re ferred me to an action of an IrislHnah who sued the proprie tor of a monkey for damage for Suing him tov case of arson one of burglary itsO of petty larceny and three divorce cases nonA of whichbears on an action to recover ob a promissory n6te Perhaps the grossest insult to he court is referring to Diicjt wortli versus Boczymaii aQ ac tion charging defendant with breach of promise Judgment for plaintiff with cbsts The lawyer never knew what the matter was and to this day hiuk the jude was out of his mind The Bed Rock Of Success lies in a keen clear b ain backed by indomitable will and resistless energY Such power cornea fro n the splendid hea1tzl that Dr King8 New Life Fills impart They Tatlllze every organ and builtup brain and bMy J1 A Harmon Idzempre W Va writes They are the bestpills I ever usedU 25c atHaydbn rtIon JKbe 3F i fSkin Game i r Farmers have been offered a new skin game which iU worked as follows A resident ofa cer tain township recently observed t a big tourlOkcirstopl in front of his home A man got out andiiI began looking for sbmnhirig the road Thealong farmerII curiosity was aroused sauntered down to the spot The 1matitjjust dropped a valuable diamondI JthetouristI he ould continue the search He gave a n tine and address in irdianapoilg and said if he found the diamond he would pay him a hundred dollars The npttday a tramp appeared at the farmers house aod asked for something to eat He sat on the doorstep and ate his food Fin ally he showeia brilliant scarf pin which he said he found in the road The farmer offered him 50 for it and the offer was ac- ceptectThe manat Indianapo lia was notified of the find and he was askedoIrd the 100 by reurn mail upon receipt of which the jewel would be sent to him But tthe city man failed to reply A competent eweler Says the stone found Bv the tramp is worth possibly 50 cents Ex Money Come In Buriclios tQA A Chisholm ofj Tre dwell Ni1i now His reason Is well worthS 1eadingrom indigestion torpid liver consSI tipation u rvous esand general debility he writes I couldnt sleep had no appetite nor ambiti9n S spltejfllElectric Bitters Twelve bottols re stdred all my oldtime health and vimIgor Now I can atted to bnsines every ay Its a wonderful medicine In falhble for stomach Liver Kidneys j Blood and Nerves SOc at Haydon Rp ert oIi Death of Mr John Nallyc Mr John Nally aged about eventysix years died att his orne in thiscity on Monday OctI the eleventh Mr5 Nally was born and lived Washington c county until bout four years ago when he rewtvedtoNelson In 1853 he was married to Miss Mary Borneo Mr Nally was the father of nine children all f whOm with his wife survive to mourn bis loss Mr NstIIy until disabled by ago was a pros perpusl farnder Be was an ex cellent christian a kind asband ndjatl3er His many friends extend sympathy and condolence tothe bereaved family Funer all services were conducted in St Joseph church on Tuesday afternoon intermentJu St Josephs cemetery Bardstpwn Standard t frightful rata Averted It wonld pave been acr1pple for lifefrom aterrible cut onl my knee cajp writes Ffarik Disberry Kelli br Mimi without Bucklfiiis Arni ca Salve which soon cured me1t Infallible for wounds cutsrand bruit es it soon cares BurnsSciddsL qcf ors Boils Skin Eruptions Worlds best for Piles 25c at H tydon Robertson Ht 1 TiiDied in Baridstown 1 c Mr Joe SeVeratice formerly of this city died il1Bar town Tuesday night shortly after 9 ocloclci of tuberculosis Def ceased was a bright attractive yoang and was extremely popu lair wiih both iheypung and older people bf Lebanon He left this Iplace Jor ChicagoIlIa number of years agij and for a time held a lucrative position there ills health has been poor fQr1he lastfew years und ih Jun helms J lived with his s CIIII iILrCiIIl morning and after the funeral service were conducted by Dr A ci Graves at the residence of MtJohnB Phillips the bodyI was laid to rest in the family burial lot at Ryder cemetery Lebanon Falcon A BANQUET sprefd before you wouiq do ytogood If yoii couldnseat What good can food do a child when as soon as it enters its tomach It is eaten byJ worms Thats the reason your baby jis ailing cross pasty faced and thin give It Whites Cream Vermifuge It grill expel the Worms and act as a tOnic forthchlIdSld oy Ked CCQSS Drug Store hrroIEIIOIIYA1QTAR sMifr I ia fr N fH Wii1iburg Mr John Perkipsj wife and son Bomer are visiting rela tives in Indiana r Mr Franklin and family o Anderson spent Saturday wit their sister frsJW Suther land Several from here attende- the reunion near Mr Hendrons Friday MrF B Mitchell and Tamil of Lawrenceburgj spent several dats with hrdaufghter Mrs W T Wells lasi week Mattie Brown spent Saturday nigbtwithMr Juhn RoSe and family Mr Bostonof Anderson visit ed friends here a few days last week Rev Al nsteadand family aH visiting his fatnerin Kansas M r Frank Gillis a diife of fAntipchr spent a few days with friends here last week Miss Mary Noe vi ited friends at this pace Saturday and Sun dav Slightly Colder jvilh Show When vou see that kjnd of aveathr er forecast you know that rheuraii isui weather is ut hand Get ready fort now by getting bottle of Ballards now Liniment Finest thing made rheumatism chilblains frostbite ore and stiff jdmts and muscles all ches and pans 25c 50c and SlOO a bottle Sold by fced Cross Drug tort ASIItKINiPLJP ay all be vey well so far as the trusts are concerned but not when comes to chills arid fever and ma ana Quit the quinine And take a real cureBallards Herbine Con tains no harmful drugs and is as cer tain as taxes If it tfosent cure yotet your mon Y Kfck Sold by Red- ross Drug Store f1- Ifl JjLetter List List of letters remaining un aled for in Soringfield Pst Office for week Indiug October lath 1909 etLSig Demetris Alesanuium7 T E Burchi x JRod Burnett Mrs John Currico Mrs Clure Coeman vFrank Elery JWFoley V Miss cora Ewing Hon Will Hajyes Miss Cora Hardesty Orvil Gibson H Gruniy Wm Grundy iL Geo Lee of color Mrs MaryL Kioible Herman Kphn WIn Lyon 1 W Ollannon Walker Morris c James A Mudd Henry Mudd Gilbert Penick jVirginiaI j Ader TdylorAll Gertrude Taylor Mrs Bessie SeayalRev E A frnbmas 2 MrsM E Lich Perry SmitbtJ Y Geo Suhvao Ji Henrv Wickliffe Jas Witt 11I Roland J Wisell When calling for above p1eiiset sav advertied W A WATERS Post r Master Family Reunion t Mr F M Carney celebrated his 60th bnthduy Octooer 13 1JL9itl pf his cjldreu were present tifteeri grandchildien twj bVthers and one sister Those iro fent were Mr and Mrs Jas Hardesty Mr and Mrs Jj T CrneyMrL J Carney andt daughter Ella L R Oarnev and fwilJD Carney nud family TThChesser Geo Moul I B Steven sonj ni Judge Lindsay i Senat rand Prominent DiedfFrankorthh I t FrankfOrt ICy Oct 15Ex- i f fJni ted plates Senator iWilHam Lindsay jjurist and statflsjnac died at his hontehere tnis thorn ing shortly after 6 oclock after weeks of battling against the dark argei of death The end can e peacefully and was no sur Pris8 to tne loved ones who vicit hed faithfully about the hd side Fur ten days the venerable Statesman regarded by many as he most learned and able law Vvyer evr produced by Kentucky t had practically been at the plot jdissolution His tremendous vitality and sturdy cousitutipn had resisted repeatedly wheaT it seemed that tired nature could K old out no further TJraemic Poisoning was the beginning of the complications which under mined his system until nothing further cduld bedune i Senator Lindsay was born in Virginia September 4 1835 nd1 received his education in the high schools at Lpxington Va and after completing hlsacadem jic course there entered the offlci of Judge John W Broken bfjroughof that city as a student i of law In November of 1854 he t migrated to Kentucky and lo l cated iu Hickuian county where ieonlinued bia IJegals studies under the tutelage fcf Judge Ed ward q1js land of Clinton and was admitted tp tle bar to prac l ticellaw in 1858 He at once engaged in the rCtic in HicVman andc the surrounding conuties meeting wltbucce s from the start but hie Jhud MoVsoot r become fully itbiished will a promising ca t c ahead o Hm when theI artdiking out of iheGivii Yuri between tie States compelled a change Mr Lindsay bet in Southwilisted asa private in he Con federate rmy in May 1861 InI itiiyloI theffiiime yea1a t madeLieuienant tpf Company BI Twantyseco d Tennessee In f ntry a company composed ofr Cttotuckansr He comma ndd tt iscapiain in the battle of Bet tirionr Mo in November 1881f t ancLaiShilohc in April 1802rAIterthat battle the company w transferred to aljCfcntucky ie imeut and Judge titod ey was thereafterl connected witty theI Seventh Kentucky Infantry and served as staff officer with the brigade commanders Gen Abe Buford Get H B Lyon Col Tbonfpsoii and Colf Crop land He was paroled at Columbus Miss May 16 18G5atI the close of the wiU Returning to Hickman county Judge Lindsay wai elected to the State Senate in August 1867 ip represent he ounties of Hickman Fulton and Graves l performed his duties in a capable and able manner and to the satisfaction consti tuents oilhIB In A gust 1870 s elec te oneof the Judges of the Court of Appeals occupying that dis tinguished position until Sop ttember 1878 serving as Chiei Justice tile Ilast tvoyears df Iris Urm when he declined a re electiOi aiid retiring frdiu the Joench couvuenced the practice J of law at Frankfort Judge Lindsay has always been a member of the Democratic party In 1889 Judge Lindsay was eected to the Kentucky r1 SHtate Senate from tie district oicf jXSff I rankUn Anderson aneicer In 1891 be war appoinM a them I beratlarge of the Arias Ool 11umbian Cdni mission and servedI 1893aL jfwiffjesigned In January t9ha was appqmted by Pres 4 ZTack ng in the Thrroatii Just a little tcklingin the throat Istl1at wbattroubieJ f you But it hangs on Cant get rid Qf it Homtjen1 edies dont take hold You need something sUonger a regular medicine a doctors medicine Ayets Cherry Pectoral contains healing quieting and soothing proper ties of the highest order Ask your doctor about this No alcohol in this cough mediciiw jcAycrCoLoweI11M z Constipation pOltl cJy prevents goodIth TheuWhyIloW LttOCCthfllC Axct liverjsagreatprevcnuvs ofdisease AyrPiII1tJVCriillS Vhnt does ourdocoreaY ident Harrison a member of the Interstate Ooimnerce Cornmis 1iio n and bis appointmentwas t1 once confirmed by the Senate of tlie Dnited btait3 but not hav ing been iin applicant for the Rtade Judge Lindsay felt atlibei1 ty Jto decline and did decline to uccept the apppmlmeiit In February j 1893 he was- chOsenbg the Kentucky Legis lature United Slates Senator to serve out the uneipired term of SnQlorJohn G Carlisle ending March 4 1895 and in January6 1894hewas re el c1edt tbe United States Senate wtbout opposition for the full term that commenced March 4 1895 and endd March 4 I90i r After having tbroughqut his ifeVme followed the doctrines of the Demi cratic partyasen- unciated in its convention plat form Judge Lindsay declined io accept t e principles of free silyer and piber planks in the platform upon which William Jennings Brvan was nominated at0jicago4D 1896 and dec ine to support the regular DeajodJjJ j cratic tickbt When the PAlmer s and Buckner ticket was placed n the field at the Indiatiapolis conventioti the same year bys this wing of the National DamoII iacy Senatur Lindsay I hearty hU portai Seuator Lindsdy was succeedp ed in the tJuiled States Senate in 1001 by Jo C S B1cku rnJand retired to private Ilife Beb soon mujpdI to New Yirti where he en nigedin the practtc uthisa prifsion with great sUcctisa 111190IresidentWuliamMc Kirey af pointed him as Ndtiou il Gv mmissiouer for the Wbrld airatS6 Louis a positijn Of all much honor and responsibility 4- i4t the tima In December 1893 Judge Lindsay was married oMis p Uleauor Holmes a lady oflgreat- Jjeauty atid mauy rare excell 1 lencies o chtiracter prominent m church and society in which sue is distinguished for the character ofr her receptions and who la well knpwn throughout the State Judge Lindsay is al oo survived by Miss Marion Sem pie Jjmdsay a daughter of a ioriner mttrriagiB His first wife was a Miss Sample of Southern b Kentucky She died in 1889 You need not be troubled in any way with the stomach if you will sinjply lto yondfeelIfrrnteedyour njrioey will be refunded to you by tne drriggibt from whom you pur chased itTry iit today on the guar iJnt je sbld by Red Cross Pharmacy lio We Recognize J m Parenihetically in his sermon Sunday nighLdevsaid at the union service My dear sister the good book even tells you how to dress as you move in the social circles aud U really tells t you how to wear your hair The men folks lopk at each oth er slyly and tne snlphur roll 4ni the headgear ofIr majority of the ladies ajid chcieedtuat Damft thin drtl not consult tbegboo booklin JEJaris the Sodom qf urih when she decreed that cats should nestle so clos6 to the brain and beauty covered QyJ uata that produce as much shade e SIl giant oak in the forests bere Roosevelt is hunliug big- ganeShe1byviIIe Sentinell Jj i For a clear de tIa stout heart aud strong mind DeWitts Little Early Risers jrentle1 safe easy pleasant little pills DeWitts Carbiilized WitchHazel Salve is uneqtialled for anything where a salve Js needed and is especially fipodtf r Piles Sold Red Cross Pharmacy f 4 JNoticeto Creditor All p rsots having claims against the estate of eTohn Har dsty Deceased are hereby notified tofile the sameproperly proven as yllclirequired with the undersigned or with W F Grigabv my attorney at his office in SpringieId1Kyon Ot oefore NQv 15rl909 f TAMEs BARDESTY Ad mr wi htbe will annexed of Ophn Hardesty I uusighiIi s iisl3e ru P tlo JrinIl JOreseadand all skin aftecttonll ar cWtcttty r dby the use 01 Dr An septlc Salve 25c SOU- V j t whi I tt14ttiIttttL1ittlbt1 SrJBQRlpjlilN ilif J J r isPbttwttLnmThJ1JtI J i h iiiii SaleL J Land Stock and Mp In order to dissolve partner p we v ill oni Friday Oetpber 2Z tlU oclock am if not sold rvatei b lure tbat time offer foi sale to the highest bidder ur firm known us the NedOs theraoretto and St Rose tun pike bout 6 wiles from Springfield nd four miles from Lorelto containing V 164AQRES good lland 60 acres in grass acres woodland Fa cm is well watered and has on it a good sixc room dwelling and mother im ro ements VWiil also sell the following 8year old work and bro d mare iin foal by OBryans horae 10year old harness andbrood marein foal by jick 4HyearcJd horse 5year old horse yearling horse colt by old County Member yearling horse colt by Dants stallion 214 and dam has a rtct brd of 2301year old horse mule 3 year old Jennet in foal y Cecils Jack 11 head extra good sheep 1 milk cow duq to calf in February Shorthorn cow due to call in My oie cow due NJjvember 2year old heifer ue to calf in November d bogs bout 150 llbs 500 feet l poplar weatlferboarding 1006 t feet boxing J 500 oakI boards iOOO bundles oats S stacks clover hay 1disc harrow Deeripg mower 1 Deering hy rake plows and other farmirg imple eats Lunch served at 12 oclock f TERMSOn land onethird cash remainder in one two ando three years with note bearing t interest from date and lien reamed oA land to secure deferred payments On personal proper t ty all sums under1O cash over x that amount on a credit of 12 with interest from daxe No f property to be rr moved until terms of salecrmpliedwitb t J M WE BLANDFORD i sbrnot reach the diseased portion of the are There Is only one way to cure Deafness and that Is constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an uflamed condition of the mucous 111I ing of the Eustachlan Tube When ihlo tube is Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing arid when it is entirely closed DeafneS Iii the result and unless the inflamma tatiou can be taken out and this tube restored to its norma condition hear lug will be destroyed for ever nint cases out of tnaae caused by Cata rrh which s nothing but an Infiaied condition of the mucous surface We will give One Hundred Dollars for dny case of Deafness caused by cattcrrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Sendfor circu larS Jree F Ji CHEN Y CchT0 ledo O Sold by Druggist fSc Take halts Family Pills for cot sumption ICerirnonyutOff Hodgenville Ky The de dicatlon 9the LlccoliiMeaaorlil ETall will not take jlac thi8 fall as announced in the spewf ihe fceremoni hayinK been jolpoued until th early iaiiaiAri The LiicolnI FrAhas rOC iVQd 14et fromJ a lden Tilft itki kn jnIbiIitytPbettItlme be i w Gnu T J official visit iin tht8o4ksa 4l West which wilLreqairt all ol this timeTThe people of Hodgtovllfc 1M well as the rdemlers of thSi aa l iociation were glad of an Ojpfp6r tupity Vo pdstponethe eVai M they would be pre ied ior UflM i10noredi year the Uylrife pf tbe coriNie stone of the museaai cm F brt ury 12 and ihei umvwlig t UM lDcoln monuflent iiatks peW iCuat Mar1u Richard Loyd Jooescv asyof the Lincoln fir Aiic jiation says that it4e qiepscj J cable that tx PriJMfr M J 1 celt will accompamy Pcipi i Taft on his trip to thfrixttar and will participate 1u4I dedication exercise rtls now the aIm of the Asso ciation to mujke the evtvfc OMO l lJthe most ioportanirin toe MM rory of thehUo b1iaiai i together wOre distrngaw dtr nfeYis prominent ia 1Mcl iiii fetthan any other eveaiofa simiJrnatureJIII J fr J 1 Its A Top N fcllDMr Oreatv deeds comptl pN TIjtv world crowns itjdoers TMlSi pip l he American people hare inmHiii 4 6 Or Kings New Djsc every tli lii o Throat atd LuMg rtdies tatom is t health ioirce IikUli iI and cplds and lagrippe yani k 14 heals coughracked wfmbc c i ughing stops Sore ia ft dWo hial tubes andluBf arf ciitrcia zu 4 hemorrhages ease Dr Gis More Black Jack N C irrkai r cr4me of Inbg trouble preMttae d bop t essby all dotors5Oe LIS Ir1 3 yttlel free GuaraBte fLby Mijtt r Robertspn t StOflDe fj t i l jIn toringcabbq 4- elldrd J p1ioedig 1k foul or tlvefe t wkkiarf Sp nougb tohdl4uy d rtIiftiers of hed IvV ift Z bably wOHldbt oi ttn Over the bptfcoM oriM pH wa clean dry 5traW UMT C 6r 14 kind of litter to a 4eh W r six inches oweyer be cbJifrom the stumpy r ourriiM leaves that are damp tfipirfi tjje leest sign of dtleit and ar chsJieada ip the pit tops dow In even rows In pUciof tlMB ee that they lii cls M tof tkw Also be ye tfal 01 e bruise them or ybi 4 IM ta nrpffs tto DdrIIM oebb twhen you opt n the pfci rii Make a pile to jreeMpMe bity f f stack asvmuch M rple1f f with tome cten gaor etrmir Iifid throw oasix or eigbt tacWv fd1rtMyi skis ooediIes till cod weathte approach fc r t hen caver With1DoNKi ter to preVeot friseslugLat jbawl SF 1 fl ightllioW th reet tIa 1flrIgbt puos III1 MM 1 4 f5 ItijM a1heaI II1r tf thawing tort reosb- EL TiIf yoti h Tt oftt etitof Dr Raj bott uuJ Lfr be W o u We 1cM J icerIOWA 1ng about TOO pounds bwsr maj have eb7WfOt kesplog aDd other expw J TWSIMMSf 7 w i r rrtL 4LT 7 w Jw 7w P IT1L iwsiEADur SPIIOXLI KY pyizYTIUaIDLY lIES It M JOSEr- ajPiitori PoLl l P bliib rsic T fJ T1tdAY OCT 1909 04tratEi ror Circuit Judge IIJ THtTRMAK i Coswea1th AttyC HILL ptps tittveT DGRAmMt 4csiti1geL t LITSEY i tCMJfj 4tienjTVS AfAYES oiCkrkW F BOOKER iiObwitt Cfcrk RQjBT NOE Iil iterii ANDERSON eriaio ttI WBUSR thial IUIIII WT MITCHELL CraerDR W E CRUME neyo1V G ROBERTS 1Jk of the PeaceSpringBeld = XO sted VAttsTille JOhn W Gordon Sfrl fffteM Ne Wd Frederickstown J Wi WilKtt Springfield No 10 I ar Usiwp JoJa O Joln FIWiCk-h Whe1al1Idsoi LO ard of Daviess Co are viaiting friends and relative1 plSr Ithi1tyhReT FaU2erGabe filled his re f r app61nimenthere Sunday t ilttMra Forest and Arch Ou j lUik werein tbia vicinity Sunday Mr Harry Haydon and sister Mitt Nellie were the pleasant gadsta of Misses Etheland Ver M Rdger StudayacMrL John Barker has ret urn ed borne after a weeks visit in Louisville SeTeral from here visited at tbbo e of Mrs Edd Graves Sunda afternoqn in order t ihavt their pictures made b Mr Forrest Cusick Mr Cusict jean take nice picture and Js well Ai prepared for the business I Mr Lee Carnco attendee Jchrch at Fenwick Sunday h 4 t Misses Eoxiei Oissell and Lent Graves visited Miss Mary Rose Jaj388 Monday t I Mr Harry Janes and Mr Jack Spalding yislted friend and relatives in Lebanon the Jlatter parL or last weekerf 1ne4 i Wait till J Incase iffAcCi ilI If skin is broken apply Dr Pellt J AatLPaiasdi once and the wound wif p 1eaLquickly and never get sore 5tfyse1nternaJ1x and ejcternaly t ii J Hardc4ty Schoolhouse mSJittic8payeini our valuable pa tyIlines evSchildren returned to their bOlD Jayv spending several days with bei parents rnd Mrs iti GS ilardesty She was accompanied by her sister Mrs Gibson j ofw Atlahta Ga jar Waiter Lewis wife ndtJ Thte n spent Lndaat with Mr Peyton Briggs and lamily at Valley Hill he t Yv Yi Ethel Hardesty spenlopec jjJjj J 11 afteirfk t g Meaara Vfilland Edgar Gray d r are visiting friends and relatives in HarrodsbnrgS f Miss Ida Haydbii spent Prki day untill Sunday with he paf 5ens near Springfield Jtss Aunt Lucy Sale who has beenrjif fGIltiDEdto bier room forsom ew f 4tiniewearesorrytol report no t I b lter uitea niRrry little crowd 0 j L ioang folkssp Tuesday even c 1y lug pith Miss Sarah Trent An old fashion candy pulling was it given and a delightful time was pportea by al Those thh1 jfwere present are as follows bSand Valeria GoodlejitfMartha and Ida Gray ielfri f hers Stanley Hardesty and ft naarleyI Trent r The pupils of our school gatr svvcry nice entertainment Pti day afternoon at which severali ft cf tbe patrons were present JiUeW 1jSt ietn our schoolg improve 1iii1lrt btihn 1 lLbe- 1 6 1I r atth nloae i fr W f G irinlt i4 fw e i hf 0 rt r 1ohert J i t rcit i t i i 1 l z L Announoements t Weare authorized to announceto E P DEDMA 1r as the Republican nominee for Re pre 1sentatlveschool house ut eleven oVock a m butowin t the jnctemel1cy the Weather the crowd was ther small and the appoint rne was cancelled Mr Walter ttaud Mis i1uifWnliam were in your Saturday w ere very sorry to learn of Air 1 0 Ponds sad accident rtJt we hOe he isnt seriously hurt and will beouLinafew- ys Little Francis Mcllvoy of Willisburg is visVtingher grandmother Mrs Mollie Williams A How Much Will You Pay to have your eyes cured Suther lands Eagle Eye Salve only costs 25c and will care Goodfor nothing bu the eyes Sold every where Litsey Mr Charley LitEey was the asant guest of Mr Pete She an Saturdaynigl1t Miss Grace Sheban who is attending school at St Catharines spent Saturday and Sunday at home Miss Emma Rose Polin who is attending school at St Catbari nes was called home Friday on count of1ie illness of her father 4 Miss Lylias Thompson hasen- redte school at jt Catharines Misses Harvey Vanarsdale and Sarah Keed were the peasant quests of Mrs JK No6 Tues day Miss Mary Medley returnee home WednesdayafterspendiJg a wJek with Mrs J 0 Polin Pellr1UIShehanand Nat Thompson were visitors at the Grundy Home Sunday Mr James E cray Iras sold his farm to MrW j RIley for 5000 Mr Rjley will begin the ectlou of a new house in the ar future Mr Mit Leachman Jr has ourcbased a fine buggy horse from his fatherSMiss Harvey Vanars dale spent Sunday with Miss Sarah Reed Mr Frank Yankey entertain tbe young folks of this Fr Mldayg wanner Possum hunting in this vicini is somewhat abated owing to she scar ety of possums an0 ery one is looking forward with great expectations co the thyUs A Top Notch Doer Great deeds compel regard The rld crowns Its doers Thats why the American people have crowned Kings New Discovery the Kindofwi roat aid Lung remadies Every om is a health force It kills germs ind colds and Jagrippe vanish It als coughracked membranes and- ughing tops Sore inflamed bron bial tubes and lungs are cured and morrhages cease Dr Gpo More otac1chopeJeSsbottle free Guaranteed by Haydon j Robertson Forest ViewJ sij1anqdaugl1t42rMrs tierevisitingtiyes here the pat week LiMrsdreu were visiting her parents near Taylors ville last week Mrs Robert Orkies Is asI yett on thesick list believebasn jgh orbood at last Mrs Rose Medley an I and highly respected lady atgedII at her oomejiere last morning Her sadden death basI cast a dark pall over the entire community which will taka time largeieboutyears ma turity Herhud Mr Tho mas Medley hasheen dead quit numberifyer b mlnywefuve been ac quaintedithherisever iY herralkiant V0tversation eiU5 1jQrTjoL Juice tot 9ti Christian wma uI ot1JP 1tIIt haivpoui j t rr add 1tOnI d k1atUserou 7 4Ln tnjsa peo ixEct ot- i to r I I nnnnwn nnn u nun t 7 Jfi 0 04 SPEcIi ALi tr f lI LUTUM t SALEI jltf l T Saturday and Monday Octoer 23 and 25 SIYVeNill inaugurate a Special Sale Saturday and Monday and ma4e- Special 1tt Prices in each and every department 7 y J rSLooJ flirfu11u Ovef These EPlQEi rJ i r Tfe 4 +i I Caico IJJC Hoosier Cotton in H5c 15c Canton Flannell Tlv lOc Hope Cottonr 8c l 12Jc Outings and Flannellette Oc f9htck Ginghams j j 7c Stripe 5teffetta SIStc Olothing t 7Variety without in Hart Scljaffn r Marx and l worth Suits and Overcoats for Men t V H SM18OO to 3000 Welworth 750 to 3500 Dont forget our line of Perfection Suits Young Men Boys The Best Style the Best fitting garment on the Market Youths Suits and Overcoats 750 to 2000 Boys Snits and Overcoats 500tol2 jJdtens Suits and Overcoats 3 00 to lOjOO r for9 165IShoes OILCLOTH Unprecedented OCoatsJ19r tlDlanS5 r We will make thiis the greatest money saving sale general chandise sale eVer offered the people Washington county Call get our prices and inspect the largest goo ever shown ifii SpringfieldI f j 0p McvTv g cunninlh8m Duncan a Company L- 1 The Home of Merchandise SPRINGFIELD Yt s II1r and Mrs West a house warmingS Madam tumor giveS it as certain fact that there will be four weddings in the nearfuture Stripping tobacco digging potatoes and gathering corn is Itegoodies and groceries at Mocks are especially the conversation of the fair ladies of our vicinity After Shavfiia use Dr Bells Anlisepth 3iilve It ll preyeat the face getting sore- It destroys germs and prevents contracting any disease 25c Soldeveryl 1 Descendants of David The history of the Snssouns is ore the most dritnmtlc In the very dr4S mntlc story of the race rije original Sassoon was a Hoiuhny iner chanti hut the fijmllyIa dpscoiult nl w fr Slioslinphonossl of Toledo The name hoshaii which signifies Hly In Hebrew was Kradunlly transformed Into Sassoon Il gladness The ramify clnlm Davldlc descent and Abraham Sassoon who nourished In the seven tee tli century stated that he was a direct des e1dant of Shephatlah the ftb son of Pjivld Not only are there many references to the name in lie- brew mediaeval literature but men ii of ltls modem In the Talmud Lob don MA IP Three Tightwads plfIwrsasthe tiiiglest wen In the state wort In towity yesterday One of them wllf not d rink as much water nsbe wnhts un less jt Is from another mans well The sordini forbids any of his family from writing anytiiing but u small blind as lit a wftsre of ink to make large let lit The third stops his clock t in order to save wear and tear on the machinery of them to take their county paper that it is t IItbelrFood ScarceIThis circular descrlbiug the Mount t lIngvne lays you can sit at the dinner table and see the beautiful cd peaks going said the man who COmOlll1lulnI That is true Applied the one who had been and thats just about al you can seeyopkcrs Statesman He VpuldnH De doesyourhus1band of life Insurance wbvn hea In ufhper fettt health Mrs IMkkerOb jultut iniitaMzd me Men ureuuuray cruel Ute NotU heTheres ilrs Toozlp iShp evms jtijte recoUelled Jo the death of jur tINt husband ReYes hut Ijn afraidl her socund never will beililiHtr itwl Bits ii ii Specials in plaini and Mesaline Silks worth1 eo feo 98c 36 in Bengu iDes Moire and Silk Ssi GO S125a1dflS1 50I end Wei and Overcoats lor and Children C eo of aA where 25fr HUNTING ROCK HARES v t Fleet Little Animal Found Among the Sand Hills of Arabia How long the Arab has inhabited the deserts of the near eat Is a much dls eutsed question How long he has in dulged In the bid time sport of falconry is equuljy dltliqult to say Sure It Is tthat tlids keen blooded race has not tivrd a4it these centuries in tbose sun s r 4erotlonproliably much the wune as those of his ancestors a couple of thousand years ago curlous to see what natural sport tthese barren regions couLd afford the writer accepted an invitation to join a party of Syrian Arabs for a weeks hUlIllng1Our quarry was the rock hurl an animal about the size of nn but with very fine de eloped ears which frequents these deserts Iin small numbers living on what scanty herbage it can Und We started straight away in search of it by forming a chain about a quar tter of a mile long and drawing likely tracts of desert In long semicircular s 4sveelsIndeed These saM bills belngscorcb ed by a tropical sun and having a yearly rainfall of only sonic three Inches support but few plants of any kind I noticed a few itsc itlvorous blrds pursuing their prey with keen voracity as though they found it bard to make a living but saw no trace of wild animals On we marched in silent order merely following the lead of our falcQn boarer whose face seemed Invariable his manner unmoved Hoyra passed by It was now II oclock The sun nsbot above us drying up om parched lips began to think that rock hurls must he a myth when sad denly the hound leaped forward with a great bound our horses Instinctively following at full gallop But wo had not far to go It was only a gar hour The hound was soon up to It and thought It wasail over but 00the llttre cMature leaped as It were right out of his mouth One spring brought the greyhound alongside again but again this agile quadruped had slipped out of the grasp of his sharp teeth Thtf speed of tiny thIng was so great anti Its IIthe Ions so sudden that Jt was as much the eye could do Ito follow It tt Again Its great pursuer sprjtnp upon it again this nimble nnlmhl slipped from his very Jaws But Jt was no good It was outclassed In size These great leaps shook the Very ilfebreath from Jts troll body At lust It fell an easy prey to Its re lent less enemy and ono crunch pu an end to Its miseries It wajsiiu Inter estlng Utile beast its body chant tthe size of a tnt It carried a Hue long coat was gray on the back wjtji white under the Itchy having a long liony taU with a pretty tuft at the end But its hind legs were its great feature They were very long being like those of the kangaroo specially adapted fop jumping I not d too that each hind footyas provided with only three toes wbejrcjjis on those of the fore legs which were very short tthere were the- normIjIve AUoge hpr t was a most interestfng and 9eaP East t All the weaves and colorings in black- colored Dress Gpods 125 yalues 100 values fort S 75 values ilori Jl9 35 values lor 29 Full stock W L Douglas Shoes for mn and boys 2 00 250 3 00 and 350 FloersbeimShoes for men 400 to 5 00 jPull stock Metlan Boys Work Shoes black and tan QK and high cut Will make special vice on Carpets Rugs Lace Curtains WALL PAPERAnd AND LINOLEUMS mer ls Good dlcltllcI animousJ Knglishjrabblt sportfnspccltncni g scs ooooooOO cIiwJ EYES TESTED 4 4 4 s I Ed M Russell JEWELER AND OPTICIAN OOOO OOOO f G OO OO I faRM fOR JJHaving bought property near town will offer for I z sale privately my farm situatedonehalf milt fromSValley Hill on the Springfield and BloomfieldSturnpike containing 141 34 acres on a Sgood 5rpom dwelling goo4cellar and all out t S f Sfh bottom land farm nearly all in grass about 40 acres for cultivation next year Terms easy and S 1 prices right If not sold at once willrent I Fort S t further particulars call 01 s I ST P DERRINGER Valley Hill Ky 1 V 4 Sii4 m 1 JOHN EDELENI T IRVINE WIMSATT Coppage Cafe Go f INCOKPORATED r 7th Market LOUISVILLE KY We makeaspecialty of the following brands Mattingly Moore Spring 1902 at 400 Belle of Marion Spring 1902at400 Everglade Wathens Spring 1907 att 225 We also handle Mattingly Moore Rolling Fork and Willow Spring bottled iin bond Pure Apple Brandy and Blackberry Wine t I jWhy Poople Cou h Sl mystery when Dr Bells pin eTar Honqy will cure any cough Look for the bell on the bottle It marks the genuine tormmDJMkac KMiwys WMi IJwWw ftlgM J jew vrti ii STHAYEDOn my place near town one about 700 helferfeilhinK hayve same by ind other expense rrW SBIMS uLEYsmiEYMwTAR- aru Sda h Panuls t 0 S4 valu1n LadtefStiits and Coats 3000 Suits 1225O 25 25 00 Suits 1950 2000 Coats 15005 2250 Suits 1750 1500 Coats 1150 1800 Suits 14 50 I250t Coats 950 Great Assortment of Misses and Childreri Coats ihi CloUt Elush and Bear Skins at 750 to 812J50 e 7T i r rt i 00i rf0 LL j01 Sarons greatest values in best uaity Blankets andGomfprts 00ExtraU V It t Extra fine Silkoline Comfort 2 SQlftiI r fi11 r t104 Wool Blankets u Vi sa Oto500 c 60012Wool800et1nnof and stock of t I 1 K I Hebrew a All Cos SALE a The PUBIJCSALEHotbes aridStallionst Implements Uivingdeotded to dissolve partnership we will om 3 Jf- Wednesayd r 1 Octoer 27fJ1909 ioffer for sale to he highest bidder on the pr mlH9JRf ii i licd Stock Farm one mile frorn Springfield en Birdstownpik 1 Geruiarf coach mar in foal to jack v 1 Block mare in foal to jack 1 fine sorrel mare in foal to Paqkne 1 grey mare by Roiindelajftin foal to Hackney 2 suckling horse colts 1 pair 6 year old mules 1 mare mute 5years old 1 horse mule 3years old 1 Moo i mare mule 8 years od 1 horse mule 12 years old 2yearJng noAe mules i geldingbyEappCourier 1 Jersey heifer with calfr 1 rd cow wish caT lks4brOodsoxs 21 nIce stock shoats 1 grey jack Bill Gtsebet 1 black jack Stonewall two of the best mUle jj clH in the country 20 stacks of hay from 2 to 3 tons to the staok Two 2h rse wagons 1 Deering binder ootltiaf new 2 Deunrg m wers v j1 sweep rake 1 roller 4 1 dis harrow v10 1 A harrow v 3 breaking npprpvp 8 double shovels tI buckeye5ridiUgcuIivtor 1 shaw tiCk lbl own wti1kin UItVafQi 1Ylothir f 1Yl 1 r tFrierttstii 0atrV x Rphaooifc2CKJ Vi10 yearling heifers j 1 Jlnnet t 1 standard and rti ter Systallion Red Birdl53kAa4p f aUiRthStateIV standard re btfrcdi bijri stallion Moko Pearl 6 crt o416 hands hiahrlCNr 2 f trial 21 6J 1 standard registered row sfcdlluin San Brealrer 1 3 hanilji high record 22i triajll6i 7yerso1d CQCkSt II standard arid r ci 4tred ckStallion W iahighbythei8terEdr1 Mack mare to Blood Chferf wf h fo 1l to Red Bin BbcCkBird kWrBayroidh5ear3old r Hjlanda niceboise bi 1 muje 2yrarvold I b t t 0jj2uct1ng bay cltmbyMk NoraWi fttS1 suckling jA1Ip 1 LG- ksgiodoueJ JJ TERMli somrof 10 and uider cuh All Iti UMti ttrntUnt credit of 6 psabsatGperpualI Sate willbnginat9 oclooVsharp tauncls d Mi ttwirfv 4 Hentiessy ifcket r J I If f iJs ge i isvilie Tins 350 t J SS FJ A DR t14B1JRTON I 4Aqf4r DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED 1 lK5UTL PAIN 1 I i Iipa a IouptrsI- PUNG1LD iyA- M Ent i Work Strictly Fist4 s j Il J C1IIUDDF Phyiiciai iii Sargonw OJic bot t 8 to 9 am 1 to 2 iimYOes oveaydons c J Il Ldmpton MD- c Office kOvert Mkse 0 o4ft ptaeR He L ftc Idence Ne 38 WFGRIGSBYA- tTORNEYAT 1 I LAW fefPeQJ1eHl1k j iWFIELD KY VcDcWJ1YATT djc over RadCtossJ Drucr Store Office hoursi Hyatt J030 4Is tQ 12m to 5 pm- JOHNYMAYES u FUlEillL llI iCTOo llitlCEISED EMBALMER TELEPHONE a DAY19NIT74PfflXGFIELDK1 w Rmilrod Schedule t Eollbwrng is the time schedule nowiin effect on the Bardstown and Springfield branch railroad Jo 41 Leaver Louisville at 430 p m Bardstown Junction 522 p iL Bardstown 6 06 poi arrives at Springfield 655 p m No 42 Leaves Springfield at I 6iOO a m Bardstown 645va m BarfwnJunctioll 780 a m P anve at Louisville 820 a m- 1So 43 Leaves Louisville atfl 735 am Bardstown Junction 910 a m Bardstown 1045 a ilL rrives at Springfield 1215 p rnb No 44 Leaves Springfield at l00p m Bardstown 220 p m Bardstown Junction 410 Prn arrives at Louisville 545 pn No 90 Sundays only=Leaves Springfield 715 a m Bardstown 800 a m Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 935 am No 91 Sundasn1yLeas Louisville it60Q p m13ards torn Junction 645 pin Bards town 730 p m arriv sat Springfield at 825 p m- LEMNONSPRINGFLD AUTOHO BILE LiNE SCIIEIIULEi Leave Lebanon Leave Springfield L Notation Walton Hotel 7dJO ptI 830 am 100 p m e 1030am46dpin 500 pm 630p m 730 pm iO3O tm Sunday 200pm 14 THE ELEPHANT IN BATTLE Mest Docili Yet Courageous and Faith ful of Animals Of the Ooclllty of the elephant there t Is no need to multiply examples It Is snl l thutin India native women some- tImes wbeu called ntvtiy Intrust their babies to tbe Care of thJianded one cpnfldenlithat they wtlx be safe and A tenderly bandied Put of nil elephant stories surely the finest Is that Which tells bow the atnudrtywearlng elephant of the Pelsh- w ww great victoryt for its Mah- ratia iord At the moment when the elephant had been told torhalt Its n1Ibout vriTs killed The shock of bnttlr loscd iiround It and the Alahratta forces were birne back biit still elephailt1 stood awl Uio standard which r UfriirrfettfiHrfler so thatt the Pelsh- ivnX soldiers could not believe tthat hfSr wereJndeed being overcome and tallying lu their turn drov the enemy backward till the tide swept past tin i rooted elephant nod left It towering colossal among thq slain The tight was over nnd won and then thej w t1Jd have bad the elephant mov- efroruthe battlefield but it waited still t firrlhe dead naps voice I tor Ujree days and nights It remAin eflr where It hfid beep told to remain and neither bribe nor threat wbnld move H till they sent to the village on the Xerbndda bundrbd miles away ana fetchezI the mahduls little son a tpSnd eyed lisping child and then nt Vtiaiit tIhe root that victorious day reBipniberins how Its master bad ofien tIn brief ell delegated authority to the child confessed its alJPgiance and whit Jthe shufjered battle harness lanplng t each stalely stride swung stbwlyftiong the road behind 1the boyt IMlJo TIme WuHhmIt TIenpccku blnksyninre W fellow In the 1or1d How 4tY1In i to nu4kc iikhi an Ira t J41 Ob 1 Pretended to- f twIIi4N hen told me tl wia biisuI mLPkladeIbla Rec9rdrl rbftMttV n to It the fittlfjr Whftj bof t arek nabYea eTeft J aNt1iLwosSi i2WlfOiS 4rt r Local Happenings 71TOWNI The Freshest and LfttetA- IlAboutYoLftseIT Friends vluruo i ancLcquIntsnces1 I 1eu U a WltuUiliLU1fMnn I a xiarload cf Birdsel wagons S otbern atA 0 KtrnbaUs Sor Sale400 bushete seed rye WT Head 1teU1jbCgsorsnJ qtST ill weigh 200 pounds John FenwickI Swellest things in bead ware at Mrs Mullicans over Peoples Hank Ytood goods for the least money is what you want You an get tbem atPJ Thomas wTss Willie Knott will have a full line of new hats Friday and Saturday Prices reasonable atIj Most up todate millinery reasonable prices at Mrs Mull cans over Peoples Banlr JDont fail to wait for yourJl Overcoat Cloaks and Shoes Sat day October 30 at Wilfisbnrg S M Campbell icosOne 400 pound backlf heifer has been gone for about i ne month i I MrsE S Clements t KIf you are thinkingof buying f gasoline engine see the Miama at A 0 Kim balls RevrF HenP ssy has t sold bis farjm of 277 acres below town to Jas Montgomery for 20500 kwjil be to your interest to wait for the auction Saturday at Willisburg October 30 tp + SM Campbell 50 pairs shoes good as new a little out of style I will sell for nail price Call and see the m at J Thomas icrui and seethe fine line ofj QW winter millinery at Miss Willie Knqftts Trimmed and readytowe rsa most Reasona lepiicesSrItWillYillisburg Satur day October 30 J itha full line Clothing Cleans Shoes Hats and Caps at auc ian S M CAMPBELL Mr H R Thompson sold his house and lot situated on mist Main Street last Saturday at public sale to Mr James Willett far 2900 Mr Jeptha Willson and Miss Malissa E Young were united in marriage on last Tuesday morning by Rev RL Purd m ll Thay left Immediately after the cpremony for a bridal trip to Indiaua t ONES OF THE 250 KY ANDS OHIO FARMS I HAVE FOR S Near Walton1 Ey 80 Acres leyel and rolling laud goodIII bouse two barns tenant h A com3tobaccC usp1 down Send for fteefarm list Frank R Crowe 333XE 4th StI Cincinnati O r JclJ at Waiheo Shader sand see the new line of hats and veils just received Mr v W E Greene has purchased the Barber Shop on Main street from Mr Raj mond Nally and will be ifound ready to serve his customers at the old stand and urges bis Mends to call and see him Mr AJ Moore has pled a petition in the County Clerks bffice asking that his name be ploccd on the official ballot in the North and Willisburg pre duets as an independent candi date for Justice of the Peace A horse belonging to Mr bitchedlion Lebanon street Tuesday evening ecame frightened at an autompbUe and ran off complete ly derrolishIngthebuggy Mr Will hewmaker ofahe Pleasant Qrove neighborhood received a painful injury last Saturday He WetS riding a horse which fell on him break ing the larg hone below the knee ttThe same place was MrlSJlewmwell greSSinr At the Republican primary election held in the North andI Willisburg precincts llast week for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Justice of the Peace in that district between Enquire Nimrod Hendren and Mr Dave Derringer resulted in a victory for Mr Hantlren by 10 votes It will be remembered that these gentleman ran a tie race iin the last primary 1 Those desiring to receive all of the Election Returns Nov 2 from this district of 4 counties and some Louisville Returns may do sob making arrange ments andtaking up a small subscription on all party lines either write or call on D R Litsey Manager official return bureau SpHDI fiEld Ky c AjBOvement is nOwpn foot tO organize a corporation for the purpose of conducting An auto mobile line between Lebanon and Springfield which will merge the present automobile line- rwhich has been running now three months Udder the able management of Mr H T Gratz the auto linje has beena success and considerable money has beet realized Jf the corporation is ta 1gothe line The line has hereto fqire been carefully1 cdnducted and horses are becoming accus tomed to the machine Sub scriptions for the stock willjbe confined to Marion and Wash ington counties v SeriouslyHurt While discing ground for wheat last Tuesday Mr Mont gemery Heed suffered a very severe accident In some way yO 1Iand Exhibition iII Ladies and Misses Coats I Tailormade Suits Etc i 1 From a well known manufacturer and importer of ladles fashionablefgar- mentson 0 I f 1 Saturday October 23 This sale and exhibition wilt take place at our store ond fii nametfraboveandP you are cordially invited Very attrac tive prices will be made for this Special I IG occasion rundy j clntirre 11 L f Jj Hirit c Teeth extracted DANGER dut Wlthl No chargesii iare ifDonei in vertised every respect and frstc1assii 1 WYSTALLARDDDS S i i Springfield f Ky w Q4 his foot caught between the double tree and the tongue and he was thrown backward his weight being thrown against his lleg which brpke b ith the bones below the knee one of the bones was spllpt red and he is in a serious condition Drs Hyatt and Hopper have been attending him and at last teport ha was Will resting easy Open Next Week The Washington Countv To bacco Warehouse Company will open up their loose leaf tobacco market October 27th Mr Ab ram Sydnor who so ably manag ed things last season will again bejin charge The loose leaf market has been a success from th start and has done much forth county A new warehouse has been built and the facilities for handling the crop Will be much better tin lasti year Many buyers are already manifesting a great interest and present prospects are hat a large amount of tobacco will be sold therethis year Squire Polin Hurt A frightful accident occurred on last Thursday night to Squire J O Polin in which he narrowly scaped instant death He was returning froth Louisville and had gotten off the njgbt train at Valley HilF and in com pany with his two sons Joe and John Poln was driving home The lower span of the Tucker bridge near Valley Hill school bouse had been taken Out to re pair it and the rock of thabu mont were piled loosely iri the branch below On approaching this bridge the three alighted from the buggy to walk over the rough way which travelers had to take to pass around the bridge t Mr Polin walked toward the bridge to view it before passing around When within a short distance of the open place tllo dirton which he stepped gave way and he was thrown into space falling with 4reat force cjn the loose stones fifteen feet below The two boys- ruahfd 11 O hs assistance and after considerable trouble suc ceded in getting him into the buggy in which he was driven to his home three miles distant Physicians found on examination that the left pelvic bone had been broken and that hie hadl sustained several other serious bruises on the left side He suffered intense pain from the injuries and his condition was regarded as somewhat serious until Mjnday but it is now be lieved that the danger is past arid that be is well on the roodI to recovery McEIroyRobertson furr W J Rjbertson and Miss Fanny McElroy were quietly married yesterday at 930 a min i I the parlors of the Seelbach 1Hotel in Louisville by RevR- EC Lawson The groom jis a son of JWh W K Rohe a prominent merchant of tsohI piace and the bride is a ter of the late RobertH Mc Elroy Both are Dfominent young people of Spingfield andJ have the good wishes of man v friends RoyaltySelecnian 4r William R Selpcman and Miss Virginia Royalty were married last Thursday morning at the ljome0f thebrideby Rev W H Williams The beatltiful residence was handsomely deco rated in floweis and pottedI plants bp brjde wore amethyst colored silk andicarried shower r bouquet of white roses and lilliespf the valley The attendants were Mr Shaker Roberts n who actad as best mani and Miss Evelyn Royalty a sister of the bride was maid of honor and was handsomely att tired in pmk silk and carried a bouquet of roses A beautiful musicalselection ws rendered on the piarjp by Miss Lizzie Waters Mr Selecmari istbp I only son of Mr and Mrs W E Selecman and is a apVominent young attorney of this place anit IrightItRoyalty and isa young hdof many accomplishments ana is d IIflerII returced borne Tuesday evening j DEATHS L SHADLR 1r Alphonsuo Si fehaderEx eningItrwifes parents in Louisville ust Sunday evening of onII fe ereMr Shader was married about five weeks ago to MIss Genevieve Conroy and it was while on his honeymoon trip to New York that be c mtracted the5 disease Mr Shader was 39 years of age and had been i1 the employ of the Express Company forseveral years and atfan hon orable and upright young man- wh3bad nyfriends at this plac- ewhregret to learn of his death Mr Sbder Vas a nephew of Mr J A Sbaderof this pace r i r MUDD IMudd Mr Bernard Mudd died at the I pm after a short illness of phqid pneumonia He was worthy young man and had toIIreached his nineteenth year all things he had endeavored be worthy of whatever was placed In h jm As in the Springfield G he Vas ever obedient educationIIand labored hard to tasks and acquire an sIHe1 sI mourn his death Funeral ser vic s will be conducted by TCeVr Father Hennessy at St Dominic church this morning MEDLEY s Mrs Rosa Medley died athsr 4 home four mllep south of Springv firlqon last Tuesday morning alter a long illness of consumption Mrs Medley was before her marriage a Miss Cirrico pf and wa born in Washington county near St Rose about 60 years ago Quite earlyln life she was marrie to Mr Thomas Medley who preceded her tofhe sr avc several years ago she was the mother of nine children six of whom survive lamely Messrs Alfooso and William Medley Mrs Al Smith Misses a Margaret Mary Catharine and Della Medley She was a very exemplary woman devoted to her time and family In manner and disposition she was quiet an unassuming and was never bappjer than when doing some charitable act She was always eager to speak of the goodness of others and covered their faults in the charity of her noble heart In her death the commimity has suffered a distinct loss Funeral services were con ducted yesterday morning at St Rose v1 Notice to Taxpayers i a All taxpayers of Washington I county are notified that all taxes due the county pf Washington and state of Kentucky are past due and must bq paid If not paid by Decl the law requires thata tax wariant be issued on all delinquents J S OSPOURNE Sheriff r P R CNALS Mrs John 1i Searcy apd daughter Louise of Nara Visa New Mtexico are visiting rein tivqs here Mr George Thompson is in Eouisvil1e this week Miss Sallie Thompson and Miss Carrie Thompson are visiting relatives at Frederickstown Mr H M Grundy is io LOtus yule this week attending the Grand Lodge of Kentucky Masons Mrs W E Leach man ha re turned home from Lpuisvillei Miss Annie D Grundy of Lo isvi1leis visfting Mr and Mrs E L Davison Mrs Bettie Logsdon has re turned her hjme at F5t Marys after a visit to her sisters Mrs R W Wathen and Mrs Teresa Hagaii I Miss Mattie Robertson left Tuesday to visil Mrs J A Mudd in Chicago Ill jMiss NannieRapierof Bards town is visiting Miss Mabel Price dMrs G D Robertson Br is visitine in Louisville this week MISS Mabet Price entertained at cards Monday in h nor ofI Mss Nannie Rapier MisstCtlia 3 i I IIWE ARE SHOWING IiT 4t Men Suits shown aid tf V ITeare1I T z J coats which were carried over from last season Thi is all oodclejan Stuff and it is a rare chance get such Bargains r aomeof them will go for HALF PRICE r Just opened up a big line of warmUnderwWi for Women and Children ti s Robertson 5 Claybr60koi- f 4 G f L INCORPORATED1s iimifis won the ladies prize and Ar Hugh Lee Smi th the gentle DanEI prizi Mrs Sue Knott returned from it Charles Mo Tuesday Miss Willie Knott is in Louis ille this week purchasing Win ter millinery MrsJ L Wharton entertained at euchre Wednesday n honor Mrs Fred Manget Miss Annie McChord enter tainedjat fiinch Wednesday in honor of Miss Annie D Grundy Misses Margaret and Eddie Shader attended the funeral of Alphbnso Shader l Mrs R H McElroy wIll hold reception Friday evening in honor of Mr and Mrs W J Roberfson t Mrs Matt Mayes will receive Friday in honor on Mr and Mrs W R Selecman Mrs Katie Williams isin Louisville purchasing millipery Mrs John F Simths and sens NhzairethTuesJ Miss Louise Medley was visi ting in Louisville this week Rev and Mrs R E C Lawson went to Louisville Monday Mrs Mary A Noe js visiting Mrs Sallie J Hamilton at Fred encksto in Mr and Mrs J R Smith of Bloomfield were here this week Mrs Mary WakeQ eld of Maud spending the week with Miss Laura Sheban Mr Howard McElroy and wife and Mrs HP McOhord Land son Phil are in Louisville Mra iJ I Wimsatt returned to her home in Louisville this morning frTDweiIing For SSaiel will on J SATURDAY OCTOBER 23 at 2 oclock pm offer for sJe to the highest bidder my 7 room dwelling house on East Main St all necessary outbuildings and mcdern iinpiovements Terms made known on day of sale W A WATERS rNewColJ1MilL Mr A C Kimball wishes to say that he has opened a new corn mill at the Casey shop ands ready at all times to accomo date customers Corn ground while you wait Call arid see- him Y Ffitand Urnamental TREES Everything for Orchard L wn and Garden Catalogue on ap iplication No agents liJ1 If fHtLLEH J Lexntoy The largest line of aud Boys anfe OverGoats t ever in Spring field fro- rni5to25005 The Newest Cuts Weaies to i Men The r I t 64+ ft t DRINK t 1The1 1 J 71f r 1 1J 4 t s t iThe Drink oftheFans RfchRedand Bracy ItLookf Good 1 1 It Tastes Good f AItIsGo F4N TAZ The Pennant Winner 4 FAN TAZ The Hit of the asitTRY IT A DFIND OiIT t r to sS f 1 Its Sparkling E hiJ ratlJxtb ti t i Katie liertlien Bros V ICE fSS SODA FOUNTAIN t t 4 JY i TDEAIfPS 4 J h LEADING LIVERYMAN b r f j srtJ i t Horses fed and properly cared or HiJcrsses buggies carriages and QUiet vehicle s for J hire Safe driving horses and vehicles for any and all ocasions for hire k- 3c irl tLq t GOBELINS TIt Rise and Decadence theArt j Taji try Each year the problem of finding re cmltH to keep alive the gIOrlG Jobellns becomes more difficult It Li the converse of one of Adas Sraltbi canuns of wages thedlfflculty ort tfiihment does not in thte case lecvre a correspondiqg remuneraUoo ao4 youths or their parents toy thera think of occupations which permit their chil dren to become wage earners at a much earlier age than if they settled down as krtlsts of Gobelins- Gobelins1 takes Its rise from Uw time of Henry IV of France who brought workers from Bearae aear- the Pyrenees as Henry of Nararre Hlsedlct Is dated 1007 Ih their In fancy the ateliers produced Moli sauve des eaux and ArtemJae and La title de Jephte The lenltaof the glory o Oobcllua was under Lonhi XIV This waS under tthe airctk i of Lehrun marvel mcceeded wir 11vel which found place Ii the pale i of the kings or princely dwelllifs Among the masterpieces aaya ihet Loa don Globe were Lea Elenwuta aa4 5Lea Salsons LHtetorle du fteV Lee EnfHnis Jaraiulera Ia Mole abet iLBIhl 4Ai xandre StMW there was a cltmt The workefa M longer ctlealeidjliey cofrfrd pfcturtc end with the dl JpIct e lea commence m ti ie ftt UM art tttApestryI r v urleoo ijfaiiIrstr-wger of t piroa4 near a pknic ridotkiowtht1 Ji it r 1itlkasbed fA- 1Si I11 o IAa4ttrI tIl r i 0f Ii J t i Jli r tf wed f ttMy owe 4rtM IJr r1 tbatyee5wwlkeler rH 1HM1r1ll MtNl us if anduferoherisI1bsfi IIt 1bhtceWriIItj i J os alweye bee orrTo ide asonkEiessIa t jabe draws W7 tN W s s her fu1 sngrfly ee the loss e OOodDNfl 7041 dId tke a w L- e8181t8 We d tpt a keg 1tbvetopetsrtsaMjstenart r Wv1 S4== Jsweet cefieos eke 1 i aai ooiry rtIC ike 1 f1got tt n hlioetheatais ftSA Unui-WsNs 40 IMit sw a halon tb ml r YL tlMrI JLcThe wkj 1 bkt1 s 1MId I a dress 4i s- utiaprmet woIdethe t J II t JlI a w- ki4 J rn e Ui It It r- PrrlL NbP kiM 4 It 7 r BB K CUE jttheRtWayAboutU andWMuc flftL IrHD lAllKKft SHIUTON Ktu tt by AaiMbod LKrr PSISJpa1Ieiiwe ctata oe tm- t 4h t ienpber MbiMr tfiUy at tlie bandfalo- tofei hr taW cm the d sk- uir nrz thi nvelopes he- i r M ilJii iw liurrlpdly- g iffpiu lu reliows nud with palag gMnced at the su iti a Mrm familiar hand w Mrf a i hHt MIa Stoiie o MilAf tke envelope and t vsiwus aut Ita eoate4tL TWfiMNtiograpJHT Wt tapping her I 4peiss the pd la her lap while 4 aicie ita hw iwddenly pucker W4S JtrawB PPd tbe brief mla ibiiMM hi lMwl thitwaa rather jK Tii f4ttkrau Diarabbyt ii ssipoiblImposal bis a tk bM tM ry egInnthg W W twe nwwtnU im afraid an- dwichdtiuaiir dent ow how aILtiusr mk yog It In the righi II only Know that oUt plans art v ry4ry fooMsfc s mi that w must never t thm agali- iWWr aathi thie altrneon on the As for two moaths on IMjffQUtlneBt Hiig Iwvlv aiid above all things S iwt wfl4 i BHnrours BUNCXR Fa oet Bobb wt like a man by some crushing blow his Srs tai f ikraffct ahead aad the te4WrcfH ykd la bis hind Tben end aj M swung about to his desk wwic Wa chair so rlolentiy that the uIsra nQiosI7 and l picked jVpphorrledly amootbed thtJMper of the pad aad turned aiert IIT ii i JUawick a If expecting him to ce ttMM the dictation But Bobby 1ISWkk was raaiaattog through the- eipMahitMt the desk throwing 4tMa right and lft In a veritable fmiiy trf hairtt Tke stenographer iook 4tt Ii wKk a paczled frown QrdU j Mtrtiy he was tb calmest of mortalH t irwo AKE MAKma IT A aupposmoNAi CASI SAID mt- a d this unaccountable flurry 6f his iet iII bfcr preconceived Ideas of the I Tb Better I was taking Mr Ren wicksa suggested tentatively T Letter Bobby repeated Letter Ofc v Xfrer mind It now Morse will Hijteli nv Tell bird 1 ay tot btoi to took after the matter as best he jfnHtd say send Harding in will youpJease Seild him Jn immediately 1fyo will Wfhe atenograpber her bewilderment Increased perceptibly hurried Into the outer oftce to Deliver the message A foment later Harding pushed through the door of Renwicks private office and stood staring at the man before jj desk T Bobby old boy whats Sup be f eked aazioucly Whats wrong with OreV jEkrwd Bobby without looking f ay what time does the Avonin 3aijtlliii afternoon Do you know akot Oat the question In a Tash m iBat seemed to hint that if the maBbefore Waa was unable to answer th 4iiiestloci it might go bard with 43m s 40gur clock I believe said Hard i W Keiwkk glanced at the clock on theft vailandjuraned to his feet so quickly lial Lila desk chair ovetturued with rash Fuur oclocbT Bobby fairly howled J tDouU tell me Unit Its tttflIIIIUhIlI- r4 newt Fay soniothlnjix gut to ilmn Send Jim drnvii forn iili Itt a aim If It Isnt nt tnofurl by the Ui- wJBt ilIiWti hU lit wont be worth a uet 1itrIi1tUr eve nil iucrtnrleul hht iKinner started to remonstrate rtjojisihlIiettnr of It and tumbled head Jongthrougli ihe doorljell vlng lusll stl fforilie uUluihuny Bobby meati i tt ut4 Iit zIfllul t This b the trade mark which is found on every bottle of fte genuine It jft EmIsioo ie standard Cod Liver r prtptratioii of the yrodd Nothing equals l tfz j ks of p RAtI I 4LiIQS1rn aisoIppadISikaLisc r fsL I4ii k sad C Ii ff1 ZCk bsk oo4s I kkr y The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There is a disease prevailing ia this i nsbecausesodecepiIIf disjUS tack the vitfl organs causing catarrh ofIthe bladder brickdust or sediment the urine head ache back ache lame back dizziness sleeplessness nervous ness or the kidneys themselves break down and Waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles almost always result a f a Tlerabgement of the kidneys zndar health ia that organ is iiestby fr proper treatment of the kid Ju u yJ SwaaipRoot corrects inability to b xcl urine aUd scalding pain in passing it and overcomes that unpleasant necessittj of being compelled to go often throug the day and to getup ninny times during th night The mild and immediate effect of SwampItooti the great kidney remedy is soon realized It stands the highest be cause of its remarkable health restoring anyoneSwamplootsold by all druggists in fiftycent arid onedquar size bottles You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all about it both sentfree by mail Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this gen erous offer m this paper Dont make any nristaket but remember the name SwampRobt and dori1 let a dealer sell you something inplace of SwampRoot if you dp ypn will be disappointed coar lore torpngu toe otnor otnce anu sped down the long corridor toVard the elevator At his heels panting itud sadly idlstiiBbed came Harding Sny vfcnts the row nnywnstVhe Jemandedj Where are you going In nil this rush Hobby rThe elevator came whirring jlip Bobby Juinned into Dont k iow yet whero Imay land he called ks the descent began Ku rope maybe The cab Jim had summoned Just drawJngUP to the curb as Ken wick rushed from the building PIer 76 r tie bellowed at the cabby as he tmdblod In Let the beast out III inake lt well worth your w Hle1 Iisy reached the pier after a inpd jpillop On the wharf wasja scatter lug crowd and out In the stream the Avonlit wits maljlng her way majestlq greanedIeyes on tug the wharf Thither he sped A few wards to ihe red faced teen leaning t out of bet pilot house wlwlmv a dls play of greenbacks on lobbys hiartIand the latter leaped aboard and tug was speeding titter the departing liner Down the bay went the liner and tugIJAs they neared the Avonla the tugs whistle began to scream Ilip liners whistle answered with deHp thrfiaTed brays Closer drew the tug and ovcr the liners side was dropped the den gllng lengtli of the la cobs ladder at the top of which a crowd rof excited passengers Tnitched tilt uncuniing tug Iresenily they were alonsrsjile Ken I wlek canght the ladder mid scrambled up to the lItters deck Oorid work a big teen whrv hart been leniilng exclhdly over the rait derar d heartily as Boliby reached tile Avofiia deck Hobby said iiotbrng Pie caught sight bfa pretty girl on the outsklrtM of the watching group fluid In a most determined fashion made his wayI straight to1 her side Her lips were piPii A licautlful color was In her tiieeks Bobby llflid his hat said something to her In tOW voice and Id a master1 nil fashion led her away No other word passed between them until Uiey found a quiet nook to them selves fur tilt Then the girl turned to tutu Well J she said quietly feotyour letter said Bobby She was slient That Is why am here he went on Stillshe said nothing Tui mighty sorry to have to make mj piitrance In so spectacular a fash Ion but there was really no other wayA stud he Why was it so very necessary for you to come at aH Bobby noticed that her eyes refused to meet his own Somehow he wits decidedly gltd of this Wiry he qchoed Good heavens J Inor what is Jhe sense of your ask Ing why Did you Imagine coy a min ute would let you go Ilke thut Did you think would sit camly by and accept IF air without a murmur He cajine n step nearer He noticed she was treiubllrig fcame tar good aiid sfieeiflcrea sons he wnt on gentl came to let you tell me that the only misiako In the nvhole thing was that littler yon wrote me thatyou didnt mean It lint a word of It llia you dldirr write It of your own free will and volition that outside InHuence was drought to t bear upon ypiu Tell me that Elmer Suppose you are all wrong she suggested Suiipose there wasno our side Influence as you rhore to call lr Suppose J meant tlinl letter and wrote j It bwaitsej mean It His brow clouded He looked lit her as ilt he did not dart ixdlivc his ears Then hlrt Jnw set You are nialng It a Hiipposllioiun easel said lit Why taut make It a plliin Itahl stateiiiiiitV TJiere was sciiiething like a soln cant she fthutiil Ihuihutya1e4wkifs little groups mar liy he took her hand in bin own t Icntw itf1 he declared iTlnirphant ly was sure of It Then suddenly lit began to chniklq softly Now with on earth Is going to break tills news to Aunt AgiIhi you or hu laughed ha ppily VMen Like Horses Men are goil deal like horses In one way remarked the ohserver When you are walkltg home some vpiilig and see some man aMlttlS aheatl of you walking at nboul the seine pace try tn Imrease your xpetHl a Htle and pass him 4tj nine castv out SiuUhIZfetuthen lo keep n head without mnklng apjiaptir effort You will Immediately feel aIgreater desire to pass him Of course both of you try to look as If ohMtUius of tile other ami probably nejthcr Would admit H If accused of ratIngiT but you are Thlsraay jiot work0ri a tlowntowiJ street but try It any time pn any other and youll luqsl likely f art JwmVthlug Its n nilgagood spirit to bav too The tueupi lt4tIilIyltat4 Humor and Philosophy VM SMIT- hADVANEENOTED XYB can see hfiv recently ax titlon has fllK ifde It its swaddling clothes when hei reiiieinber that thin t Louis fair hung a liJsh prize down UMVvfor nnyaTlIer who vyouW succeed In getting aver the en eand no one took Itt a why Those trim dUTimUJr for the contest coul4ht make It in three jumps Now the glitter of a trophy causes duck of a navigators to gyrate aloft s Inwzards circle over tin carcass ol detuvklllel by the Roos jrpJf filmily anc left behind because the hunters had all the Hippopotamuses they could arry t Yestertlay we wera crea urtjs 6f the artit roda we ariaImost n a post to Inive pvcla diseases caused bj isrcvslvp flylhg Tivfr Flrjd We rould havj suveuI the worry The fever flti1 the flurry We could have jtapcl the steam and coal We spend In bOlting torthe pole If we had een content to wait Another would litfye paid the freight For when the state of trade was fit The iceman woUJd have captured It Ker System How do you niake such a hit with tin tacit KtlKir V Quite easily Vyhai Is your njejhud point oijl loiiwmiv iiullviduHl ants culine ltv JiiUch like sjiue grtat wen bvi is In rrriaHl nartii ulars Oh vr see Then vlieti he swells nearly to the bursting jMilnt swlt h to some other ncicd Individual and trace sfiulhirl tieaV Beautiful This met Ugo If earnestly persisted In soon has him aviating like rwiibur wright SChnco For an Expert I think rhave discovered a new profession in an tin worked field v Would It be profitable It ought to bo What Is he nature of It Resting for millionaires They meed the rest badly enough and havent tithe to take It so they ought to pay om accomplished In that line to ret for them Distressing Effect He dare not take his wife along when he Is buying clothes WItynotT Cant get a fit Isnt site good Juilgj of isuch things Yes but every time slie looks at him he shrinks so when she Isnt around they are too small for him More AVmoying They said the tioust was haunted Though ghosts did not abound1 But everywhere you cnanced to be A cocKroach was around Sidestepped Them Have a good seasoirV Inquired one actor of another as ttjey met at a bookllny agency to sign up foclhe nexs yeiir Yes pretty fair wits lilt only three times by eggs etc Managed jo dodge the otftbre eh To Cure theHabit He has a pecuUnr haflUHnation that Kf Is an aujonioblle r would like to have him meet a friend uf mine Whats his camel Jim JeEfrtes h One or Tother An acrobat flianeeirtoinieet And these WIe words huwikl We tnust ltgtit upon our et Or tight upon our hijadJ Saving Labor Your husband doesnt smoke NO Doosnt he care for It IYes itumen ey Hut he is too lazy to bite the tnds itT the cigars VPerfectlyFamihiar Minister Aie yojt fulte sure you your catechism my boy rknov Sure bores four Ink spots on de front cover iuuide backs tore tiff Id know It anywhere v Fine Results Thet sri tuiiii who sets flne rcJiuHs ronr his liiwIwsK1 a Whajs hls business Chopping teak inn nieathirivkot t Contrary It might seeju very strange JhcUcd Awl oulie aKaHwt the code But neefcle irairmen do rfot go Tot unaklu a wrwtclosa road M AAIInfry1 iwri a rufil In my hwtil Jr a i W ll i suppuKu that lil ttrliaii uotuiufy Whetartcncs and rtohes The particular classes of stone In Shrtieiiln edge otils such as raj zorgTknIves siythes etc are haril compact a nd very si HdoUR ttint t t hey readily wear down the hardest slIU They are varieties of slate derlveil from agrlllateoiis schists of jlnv paie ozoll These stones are found In Im key Boliemla fVrsIit aiul the tlir tiifiuntains in Styrla in the Fnlteil StntPS SpaIn Peril and Siberia tijft of jhe best AmeHcan stones forbohPM coines from Arkaiwas r Getting a Renewal Little Dorothy WitS playing house jth her small friend Kilzabejthwlien Kmideiilv siie ald gues Ill have Jp go home Whatfor nsk d Betty wlh a good deal of concern TQ lust iny mjunma If Icantuin back iigain ansivered Pprofhy Womans Home Companion bt Uqtteyr iothtjd thaj yell iii sooner tzrJtn tr nuhiij j YOUI that tnutcicu resliongtAfltliau- iun 1C W ins Beautyi Some tvomeii retain their Beauty to an advanced age But women who ren1ar1y endure pain1 age rapidly for suffering leaves its lasting marks on them Nearly ail womgn suffer more or less mtUsome form of female trouble It should noif be neglected Avoid the pain treat yourself at home by taking Gardui as thousands of other women have done iBegin at once and give Cardui a fair trial 336 It win Help You Sirs Italic Bnrlison Goreville HI tried Cardni pnH vFtites el suffered with enialo troubles and vjras so rick I could not stand M pit my feet in11y I began to take Cardul and soobegan to mend Now I am able to do all iny housework and am in much Better health than I was before Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES wtr= THE DIGESTION Yrestmcnt That Will De Found More Helpful Than Medicine Digestion Is seldom Improved by the tithIng of inedlciries deelurVK1 an old fnnitly libyslvinn Ve all kiimv Vleiity of old bodies of both ejrt vho Inure tnken ijiedlcino elUiiiKlf dent n battleshlptakuhlt an u sj dt pious duty he says vbut tltCwtv old fiodUS Iniuug on to1 lift in sjiltis of t their doling not ilirjuiuh It A Large glass of walter taken In IIIfmornijJK Ulrettly aftur rtelnw uintU cleaning tile teeth are worth eliLaperient mixtures hi the woffltl lltu Juice of one or two orano s taken j us long before breakfast us iMwiwlbUv Is cxwlltnt for cleaning out the UP festive tiaet atud giving fli afyet lie a lWp It Is well to follow t iiwni tug tub vlth ten minutes or so of ex eralses vhiclj will stiimilulo the stum ach and liver Stand uiHsh v1ih the hands bove the liuad llnll bend down keeping the knees sOrailit un ill tl4 lips of tlJe Ililgerx toiMih the flpor Repeat this eighth UnittJJ thvir put the hands on the hins and bowl from side to siile This jrmsw ses tlu liver jiJid stiinulntes the hIgtttlIi For brenjjfast eat orrldge u3lrnrl bread nhd some fruit lrnuus urn tie best If there Is a tendency tto rutt iwtloit 1A Klas of water tuseh Just before going to bed is excelimr tot tiuiiitg outt 1e StOitiuUh 8111 eig- he digestion In order Nevir York Eribune VMAPKTHA t The Naturri Products and Thoss pb t tta From Petroleum Nhphthn sin IiUldtnmable Hiniiil which exsjiV front the soill lit citrtaiu parts of IlIii Siil sojucntly tha us of the term spread to include some volatile oils found In Europe and even America The product of tin oil lhkis of southern itussla Is usually c llwl naplitimaHhough It differs in nouy from the ordinary gradus uf potrolenMi Naphtha properly Includes thQ light t er oils which pass off flrst In the dis tillation of petroleum the gravities riinBlng fromOO to degrees mau ire rcnns vlvanln crude oil coals Ins frottI 8 to per cent of nnphthil lni tin riflnVtiff of such naphtha seVeml vrJtucts are obwhipd by fractional elha Ills tlon Those which pass oil lirKi uaniely thteoleue aiid vy inogene tire gaSses at yrdlnary temperhUires and tire seldouisaved The next LrtidUlt- iii known as gasoline a ivntvnjirl jarjiv ly iwtnl Jn machines Hiul for tljuiuinnt IHK punmses After thfe wMite yve lutipiti hut and gas litlMtah4 lattef being the helM of iMisqli of the llluml tinting KJIS now niiule Petroleum naphtha Is ofttsi treated with Hienilcals to tkmUirte it Xrfifli tluriitity alwMje nnuhln tlx foUy thou of wood and cetl r KeWvYotfc Auiurfcitii MAGNETISM Some of the Peculiar Pr pertiesiofTKii Strange Force The tne nmnre of tiw niKfetn as eittIi oreut1it U not fcrtown All that vtvvmi llie sure of In that uiuitgj netlc attraitlnn uue Hot mdiiite iwt ward lii all t1Ireiussa as dhii Hglit but slin lya ts smug ttts ot isUn x uf eiwdt its called lines o fqrre tnese lh s ctinwHtHjcJ tJpoks and tnit esietMllMi vwy fir MU ward bet wwn tlniui Thtw nirvs may IK foiLed verv nil eiy bjr liKrliiu n Jiorserthoe iinfcnet tiitdtr a tHln slIt of ltter cruel sitrinkljiift Iron fftlWH nut top Uhe tHings will collect alongthe hues i I Now as tto the different kimls niaKnets there are liutt turiul iItt1Ihutl cud electra magnets The natural oijes nre found as magnetic ore In thferearftb tlioarllllelal ones are maile by siruking t IJ i Ia 1lSL yi or steel t IIItt ndthe eieetrb inflgiiels Hre cijus ed by the act Inn of an uhrefrlncurriint Siitn Peeullnr things hve ei no- tittd itt rega id to iintnethmri Luig wliliJi tire the following f rpv it titus been obVvrvodi tlist kit as thin 111c rested lit one lNj4el iitir Ing hit aiuuiuiur inowihs HrtV ftM liten ly HwjfHeilHWl tin di nM jkttyjr ItMcu by IutIiZIIt Ipitti tart Ijklf by the prooe4 kitofti iJKUic thiui Other Jnm srilrjMw ihttt lStfy OIR 5u1 iou and do uuifrcunie hi eun j ta frith lire or othef helti tern ftVn foiuui lu the siiiue of nmilft4t atlr us ImiJ bars to jall windows iiwllron rnhlIuts In front of Tlilrnmwt petnHar ojserxiMlp nb le however wap lint kumlsr jwrt of the su H tire of a rArrlMte tt hci4 Ht tracts ttUf north pwtf Of f a4 net ihUi iiahnttucuu rtyyV yv eurjwti MttlMl- ii iIWIIII jthp enrthjattraeit1 s ijt- bio1e TWs Is lujhe noilbtH Itomi- sjilwrV ny end smly Ip Aci4dwtb the irtiry f Indvtcwt nngi tlMui tsrvje t In thf Jnmlwru i jk pltrrf Ft1tuiulcr ilee h Juitc tucrt lfldtfike of ilri ut6 m iipti pflioi the anl t tlohis art revjiwd I A mairnit illmieo fnto nUtnff vrntar loses ifgrwH fisurt of Its iimgTH tisin j whlfh inlnsr nlmisly rustoivd fnfft on 1autuIu coot 1I51H A shflrp liljftw given oamijjErtfr vHL cause to low Its mufr lpJC Also the a0jitljailoii of libel wjlfl JIBTQ a llieefetcf 5 jt lfa magnetic needle lit plncetf1 ntor arai idly feyglvlng plittergf Conner al tuonsjiir he sepnr ieUrfrTbniiiliby thIck pldle of glass the ndIt wilj or in the same direction as ti 4 i4 Geographer and Explorer rorlwps no other man except Hie qlorer hlnfrelJT hIts dosie inure to oke sucews jifyo to Cotnnnmdor Peary than itferbort L UddKinan of Brooklyn jownalisfhaveler and ge ographer An authority on jfiretle ex ph rnton Iwivlag made seveml trips to the tiotthitMi IJrittginnn hits been close friend ofiCoinuniiidci Peary ort two dHSmlws Previous to taking the study ottJie arctic lie was In resjed In mountain climbing and one nf the JouwiTers of the Ampri nmptB L HRIDUMAN AIHlae chUb As late as 1137 lie was assistant fyf Profisssor Ubby iji baling the Uo a Kncantada Now XJtxico Xirnrldjcuian nigde a voyoe to the ur ilc regjpusln 1SD4 asliletorlaii of lit fenry uItisry exudlt1ez1 lli 150 ommujrt d the auxIH ry exppdl thn on the TJHiim Hi 1S09 and In tuoi was In cirge 0f ilhe Erlkfle has Upen fretary Hikl treasurer iPC tin roirr Arctic cJnb since its organlza tlon toil year ago Mr Rridsnwrti Ian member offthe ttoya1 pAOKmitliicnl Nklloual Geo jjrnphUMl Hrt l niilnilelphia Geograph ical rfetJe Three yoRrs ago lie was a delegate ttH luteriintional con Kivss ftlr1th4 sMwdy of the polar re gu Ithl V Kruswete TJIrfDrkly ntnn Is HUMtfr of Ma sawlHsetts and U sixtyfive yepitHoUU AJwwt That Hani oh japa4ieI dci tttwkere- Te t1etfUC Ma hufli DW awrrtnt h flUI on hint To ral t4tWfUtl fmnp Or wa e turiti r1ratlIts eikS Ald MNI a t I have It n0W Ithtukhtdt a wheel An aching back is instantly relieved by an opplidation of Sloans Lininicnt This liniment takes the place of massage and i better than stickyplasterS Jt penetrates witlfout rubbing Uirough the skin ariU muscular tissue right to thebone quickens the blood relieves cbngestionj and giyes lormaneilt ils well as temporary rdlicf Heres the Proof Mr JiKfli C LXR of IWOKh St SKW AlHCtonDCwrJU ThIrty yALst4o I fMl froiu a teaffohl anil eorj OttslyiiifturedMfliadk Xuffer a terri biyatUmsfPqsut5e fin nil of my nil Hromui My BtonuMU was jutt M If I iid hoes beaten with n club I wed rItk4lu1outauiil 1 CIB io 0onniuch litiliitir v9rk M any In the cOop thanks to 1s41Sf L1nrnteflaLMr jftysr After bolng afflicted for three SloanahtuimeAtwll and am glait to say I bavoiit been lilyJegfumy knee Ofwhnir a bottle took the pain and TollIiij out Sloans Liniment a has no equal as a remedy for Rheu- matisnt Neuralgia or an pain or stiffness in the muscles or joints Frlces25cOcandlQQ onhorieicattteahecp and poultry SauL flee 4ddre SDr Eati 8 Sfcan Boston MIes USA r1 I irn IS4h- I iHrV I 1trepr s r4Xpurcha5 oronai ckieoIMOTIERfSIraB tL 0 cereals r will be found la every pack ai 4rIa4tb MOrrtieKSkr I Youll find a Coupon like this ill every sanitary sealed package of I Mothers Cereals The label guarantees V I that the products are the finest obtainable in Ap rica The package warrants that the contents are weatherproof arid will remain sweet and fresh in any temperature and itr any climate By saving these coupdns you can secure a Mothers Oats FireleslGSdikcr absolutely free Saving the coupons will in the end save you 80 per cent of your fugl bill and even more of the bother of cqoking Askyoiir grocer to tell you ill about the Copker andabout us If he doesnt keep Mothers Cereals send us his name and yours and we will send you free a useful souvenir Here is a list of Mothers Cereals Mothers Oats regular and family sizes Moth r CMTS Pwi HMMT Mothers Corn Meal white or yellow Mothers Hominy Crib Matirtrs Ofl Fitiwi St lGmt Mothers Wheat Hearts the cream of Mothers Corn Flakes toMted OtemJ the wheat Mod r1 Okl F A W G lrt TU r THE GREAT WESTERN CEREAL COMPANY v CUMEAt costERs AKRONBOSTNNEWHAVENUEVYORK PHltADELPHIA cmcAGousBuRGuLsrLoij Call For Election STATE QF KENTUCKY ii rv fss County Washington June term qf the Washington County Court June28 WOi This day came J W Satterly and fileda petition signed by twenty Iggal voter J66 North voting precinct No 4 of Washington county Kentucky and moved the court to hold an elec4 tion at tile next regular November election 1909 to take the vote in said precinoc whe her cr tint stock shall be allowed to run at large on the public highways insaid precinct It is therefore ordered th4t the Sheriff liid officers of said election will open the polls and havrf placed on the 1ballots whether r not st ckshat be- precinctCopy Lt compliance with the aborce order given iroin the Washington County Court 1 hereby notify the voters or- North JPreciffftt NO 4 of Washington county Kyr that the polls will e opened on the n xt re ular Novem ber Electron day 1909 for the pur pose of voting In said precinct as to whether or not stock shall iunatlarge in said North preciiict No 40 J S Qsbourne b W cl l Call For Election STATE OF KENTUCKY I KSS County of Washington J August term oft the Washington County Court August 23 1909 This day came W P Pinkston and tilC1 t petition sigthd by twenty legal voters of Brush Grove Voting precinct No 12of Washington county Ken S tuck and moved the court to hold ah election at tnji next regular No vember election 1909 to take the vote in said precinct whether or not largeindered that the Sheriff ancl officers of pohltudhaveor not stock shall be allowed to run at large in said precinct Copy Attest WF Booker Clkr IIn compliance yith the above order given from the Washington County j Court I hereby notify the voters of Brush Grove Precinct No 12 of Wash insrtpn ionnty Ky7 that the polls will be pponed on the next regular November Election l909 for the purpose of voting in day said precinct as to whether or not stock shall run at precinctNcir3S Osbourne SW C All Bo wj it Trouble 14 relbived alxiost instantly by using Drl Bells Anui Pain It destroys di sease germs and stops fnHaitiati n Keep a bottle in the hanst old eVery where i H THE REGENT A Diamond That RlsatflrcdthS lo tune of thi HiMof PitU it Men haye never collected great crys talitof pexsonal adornment Even Ural rlbble In laet ayd spangles therl jval of Hcan Iirnnitnel and afterward Georfze Vot WiiRlniid tveu hejsouxht theiii imiy forvyoinv 1elditu he wits iunstihif LoiilK XIVIe gnind monarqiie lair charted twenty tivt hirgfe dlamoiuK I iiiifertly for Ia Vnllfero Monte sicaul Funtatixes Malttuiioii Among thein wax the wuiidhtis Iitt A slave jin India found ft flavlnj leafed It lisj hwi t shouted for hjjierty cutting tlu ualf uf his leg Ju rfer tohlUethe dhiI tumid within the silt hejimped to the eouitt To KncUwh slu vaitalu In off rtHrjt for iiaxxn e to any VuuJitry iyIWit iniji Vere frie TIH pin In ijulus niMimljy atfil with lei h mnr ttu4ls ti Vsiriiiid thiyw j ill Tve Ititi tile VtUj The Luerduu orsueh Jesthig reltaaf- frutnikrviuitt1e was Hold tOjji dealer tr5MOt1nttd through him miched Sir llobert Iitt governor of 1nrt St George for SHY2OQOt who slilinjed It hpiiH to Kniiluiid Id be fmeted A Scotch linanrier Johji Law tlien f doing business iii France iiegutiited the Hnipjf the dhv wCnd tor a fw of 521to the regent afterward Louis KIVi at I75i000 It lojiKafinjit rejnember thttthVr by te fortunes of the house of JJtM wW restored and that hit ctelhers tbtSj VVjIliiim IMti anil hji grandjiou the j KiiiI of Chnthain were assisted to high piitee itHHl service liy iipjHirtltUUIeS iscule lccchh1I tiPtlgIL lirotlt on tite lliuniond for hlih a poor sieve sseefe hug frecdoiii vvaH throTPn Into these EverVlictfjs I Mqst Tikiish Its funtiyliow ijr knshfwQniciKnref isnt ur t Vj iYet pw InMUglf li at h rMii the other tilghitnud Jt nearly my wlfe tydeathi1 Why how did tlial happeni I iravt1 It to tier ii was un ostrich feather Do You Want To iiy4iH AFAEM We ane1t you one any sizeany location tf Pt ice We are ready afc all times to show iou Cute and Abdutsee us 1OOFARi4SfFin our ban ds See partial list below W c No f 160 acres 5 miles from Lebanon 5 miles Springfield 9 room dwelling in good irepair 3 barns plenty of graispren yrcflr jva tert all under goof ce Price 5000 per acre V- Ho 2 237 acres six miles from Springfield on jfood pike 2 houses 2 stock barns 00 acres of new land plenty of of never failinj water all under good fdhcff IIdwelling 3 195 acres 1 mile frdra Springfield 2 dwelling Bouses ihouses 2 barns plenty of water all of farm in grass all fence Price icoo per acre No4 86 12 acres 1mileeastof Alackvillc 8 rocrin dwelling good tobacco bam all puf buildings fine orchard of SiO treeS all kinds of fruity alVtinder good fence plenty of tater plenty of grass Price 33500 No 5 128 acres mitts from pringfie1d ii mile froni ptke 5 room dwelling in good repair 10 acre tobaccobarnj flew pientr of timber good stock barn all the fared wilt raise tobaccoa Price 545peracre i J No 6 120 acreVj 7 room dwelling J2 acre tobacco barni fine stock barn lOOjicresJine river bpttom land 20 acres cf prandJall tinder gorthferice no overllowrland Price 85 jieracre v No 7 acres on gdodpike brick dwelling tenant houie 3 tobaccobarns flnetobacco land atleast oneh if oithe farm land Price 40 per acre W SNo8 12 acr 1 tulle from Springfteld onpIl e 5 rptr dwelling in good repair good barn jail undergo d fence pl Qty 6f fruit plenty ofrwater Price 2500 Ic9 150 acresj1 mile from pik on county rpad imUc frtim Locetto 7 room dweJnngin goodre air al un er good fencenIn grai except acres pjenty of walef tcJ phine and rurali route line stoclfbanx ft square p enty of tobacco land Price 45OperacrtwNe h6i t res 3 miles from Spr ngfleld close to school 6 room difehhin r irgoOd rpai ohztcto bni8x64 goodsock karp trndergoodcende plenty oulocust poste Prce3Q Lake Bosley j BURflL TELEPHOINIBS MRr FARMER Make your Home as modern for yo r family asa Uo Jesidence and place yourself in a position to get the litest market quotitions at anytime Ti1s can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which jou and yoi r neighbors con get for a sure that Issmallcoto pared withthe benefits received Call or jaddres our near eat omceor write ditect tQ hOadtjthtrters Nahvhle Tenn frinformation regarding our special PAnMEnsMrNJ ra e If yuu are not at present enjoy ing telejpbqhe service we can immediately interestybu Our lines cqcrtheStates tf Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi I oiuiisiana aiSS the southern portion of Indiana and HHonis CU IBfiRLAND TELEPHONE k TELEGRAPJH COMI AipT Incoroprated T ii U it t That Lanje Back Mean8 Kidney Disease And to Relieve the Lame and AcHlaf HWick sS You3iust FirstRelieve the KidnSyi There Is no question about that at allfor the lame and aching buck is caused by a diseased con dmoir of the kidneys and bladder It is only commoo sense any way that you must cure a condition by removing the cause of tho con dition And Jamepand aching back are riot by any mcabs the only symptoms of derangement of the IddneyS nail bladder There are a muIUth of wellknown and unmistakable indications of a more or less dangerous condition Some of these are for instance Extreme and unnatural lassitude and weari ness nervous irritability heart ir regularity nerves on edge sleep lessness and inability to secure rest scalding sensation and sedi ment In the urine inflammation pf theN bladder and passages etc DCWitts Kidney and Bladder Pllla are an exteptioflally mentor ous remedy for any and all affec tions or diseased conditions of theo organs These Pills operate directly and promptly and theft beneficial results are at once feli They regulate purify and effect tually heal and restore the kid neys bladder and liver to perfeict apd healthy condition eveit 1n some of the jnost advanced St 4 TTTI wnati t uis rorDo you feel weakl tired itf94tt iwy kqSst s aches coated toa acj bitter or bad tas m heartburn betch b 1fM7 siee i t eating stomach RYT or bwrn Jo l fcrHkj diwif7 poor or variable appetite at ikmic M ki symptoms If you Iiaye any poMtdcr U aablr of cbbvb symptoms yo arc i frocnsstorpd Mverwttk- I lr Pierces Golden Medical DcovgykaSvp atmost valtt M wciilcMMl EikikaewH to e4ica1 scee far tb pi ulcur of sik Imerai l eoaikaf It V eeit te regiMo d eryc streegiser Tbeid MeI4cI Discoiery iiiot apst er SUtU fuhliist of its arats beeiupnMd a Its botd- euidroath rksm fut hbkioaihi ebsL it s 1d i with pu tvrIad-giiae of prpr streath oitite to 14aeth Airksn medicaL sSWorh biarySetdic I 4socisdoabopi Buffalo NY