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News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, October 28, 1909. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1909 new1909102801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, October 28, 1909. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. 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Caumty Attorney 4ioerfe CatteUiJaller3 iiiiiey Oekoante Skeri i MU8OII is i tJJk hA 7 i ZtLt4leiiu DPb 1 t u masters y Jais P Moore Oommtyi 8 nreyor j r PO1ByaHAueea- rVUe1aehDePt t ijJJ Rbert Woe Trcuuut t ae 7r jx ioetgoeryQOr r tIiW Mil Sapt of SJIOD i tiPOSp31hfield i f tClTY COURT James R Npe Police Jadeel i iJokm GracejMatshaU jejffrW r QrJfB yCitT Attorney 7 JUSTICE CODKT 4 F Jtlce Courts are keld in Janmary fJKUiU1a October = T l t Church Directory t t M T1dDISTCHJIRCI fey G S ting Pastor Ser IceeYeY ll am and pm I 1 f S iily ckooi every Sunday atloam rayer AfteHn every Wed day f algliti =CATHOLIC CHURCH Pastor Ser eTP F 11esiaeUa i i vetT5Riday at s ad1O oclock- i rt srymcatStRoSe same hours t I 7 5 SBYtrJJUA CHURCH v R E tC Lawson Pastors iptlIaC avery Sunday at uam IASM L at I pUdy chool every IasY at 0a1I1 Prayer DEetln huoday svxiiti at 7 oclock r 1APTIiIPRCH- Uar1ion WiJ1iass EatOe1 M ii Ls evazr Sundayat i asu ab7 rW sunday School every fl0ayat930 ie Prayer meeting iivery Tss aycyepingat 750 iOCk I t i PHRlSTIAN r CHURCH F f i i rxjW F Wolf Tastpr tr d iceflst and 61xrtii Sunday Sunday f iliii ttLntfJ to j rr Y l I J ff itmml Orderr f Loxic LonGx prlugt1e1d lo t1b 59 meett irat adlhird lo 5etkt J I R A Ckapter s71 3eMsu1 McEl Tsctdar J i 1iaiI4 Coan No 52 JtfCtU CD i rthMO4aT j r rr WHT1I1f mm Yermifuge1E I TlEIUUITEEIIlIM REMEDYr tt TI DNLDSEWS F1IIt == M11AY1110 51 r uiJi UDsat Cs dt if i f t f t j r J- 27ffi News leader 19OIOotPE1L ftrCanieNotet i e It iiiith8 season once more when the fanoy of many Ameri cans turps to bunting Lest anyone should forget it the j Unitedi States Department oi Agriculture is sending out its annual bulletin on game laws This bulletin summarizes the llegiflaton of the V1QUSitea ind is not lacking invaluable in j ortnation for those who delight in ranging Afield and forest in c rth of something to shoot In the summary of open season the public is informed that deer may be hunted in Kentucky from September 1to March 1 As most o tile deertf amily leftKen tacky about 1846 or previously and neglected to return the hun tar will find it advisable to sup ply himself with a spyglass and search wrrnt The wild turk ey may be sought for from Sepj tember ito February 1 ut in most localities he will be Sought inVlinThe rabbit the squir ret and tho quail may be hunted from November 15t September 15 the squirrel from November t 15 to February 1 and from June 15 to September 15pd the quail from November 15 to January 1 The rabbit being a swift runner and an artful dodger and aJ- strong believer in the multiplication I of his kind has survived the onslaughts of dogs and guns and traps and deadfalls to a su rrprising tent The same may be saidi for the quail The tlJrel is elusive and not actively InII evidence in many parts ofI the state Wi d ducks and geese may be hunted from August 15t to JApril 1 Ducks once had a fondness for Kentucky rivers andponds but in latter yearsc they seek haunts more seclu Jed and more afeThe dove isv available for slaughter from A- ugus3JFebruary 1 The wood cockis shodtable all tlreftav from 3pne 20 toI February The Kentucky law does not limit the amount of game the hunter may kill Such a provision is included in the game lawsjof some states butin Kentucky the available supply limits him suf ficiently Most women are tronblad with Kid ney comnlaint and You know very tanDy serious and even fatal diseases result from thhae neglected Kidney t troubleslfjol1 will take DoWitta Kidney and Bladder Pills as directed i you may be cqnfident of good results Try tiiera and see how really good tneyare Beware of imitations pills that are intended to deceive you JBe sure you gat DeWtts Soldby i Red Cross Pharmacy Total sales Qt leaf tobaccoron the Louisville market from Jan uary lsfrto September 80tbVld09 were 64212 hhds against 90568 bhds sold during corresponding period of last year Of the totall sale 82048 hhds were dark to bacco The rejections of January 1st to September 30th this year were 6504 hhds against 7825 hhds rejected during cor responding period of last year Total receipts JanuaryfsttoI September 30th 1909 were 51 420 hhds against 75711 hhds received during corresponding period ofllast year Total stocjks in this marketon September 30th 19U9 were 17 830 hhds against 32j998 hhds held iif close of September 1908 Stocks increasei uring Septem her 338 hhds Adair County News BANQUET spread before you would do you no god if you couldns eat What goodi can food do a child when as soon as it enters itg stomach it is eaten by bRbyrUg GLJrelt Whites Cream Verrnlftige4It will expel the Worms and act as tonic for the child Sold by Ked I Cross Drug Store Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of John Har desty deceased are hereby notified to file the same prop rly proven as by law required tjhe Undersigned oriwith W F 0ng aby my attorney athls QflCij Bpringfield Ky on t eNovl i5 1909 iI AMES HARDEST Admr with the will annexed of John I Jar eitj IZTMioIrATARr i GOOD ROADS j Propbted Amendment obe Placed on Ballott The votera of the tate should bear in mind that they will be asked at the November election f yotefor tc or against a proposed amendment to thp state constitu tion wiiich jf adopted will ena ble the legislature to pass law looking to a betterment of the public roads of the state As the public road question iaoue of DC little imortance throughout the state and especiallY in the moun tains and other outlying locali tiesand as the existing laws are inadequate fore proper management of the roads every citizen should give to the question of the pr6posed constitutional Amendment due consideration The proposed change isI as fol lows The credit of the Common wealth may ba given pledged or loaned tony county of the Corn monwealth fox road purposes and any county may be permit ted to incur any indebtness in tiny amount fixed by the countyI not in excess of five per centum of the vaue of the taxable property tber jin for public road pur pOses in said county provided said additional indebtedness is1 submitted to the voters of the county for their ratification or rejection at a special election held for said purpose in such as may be provided by law and when any such J debt Gdness is incurred byany Bounty said county may levy in addition the tax rate allowed under section 1510t the Constitution of Kentuckyanamountnotex ceedjng twenty cents on tlhpone hundred dollars of toe assessed valuation of said county for the purpose of paying the interest onsaid indebtedness and prq viding a sulking fund for the payment of said by local applications as they canc not rea ch the diseased portion of the eare There is only one way to cure Deafness an that is constitutional remedies Deofnessis caused by an tnflamed conditionof the mucous lin inff of the Eustacbian Tube When this tube is jnfla ed you have i rumbling sound Of imperfect hearing and when it is entirety closed Deafness is the result and unleee the innamma taU u can be taken out and this tube restored to its normacondition he Ing will be destroyed for ever nine cases out of ten aae caused by Cata rrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surface We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by attrrh thit cannot be curep by HallsCatarrh Cure Send for circu tars free Fr CHENEY Co To ledo O Soldbyl Druggist l5crTake Halls Family Pills for con sumption Deathof Mrs Duke Mrs Henrietta Morgan Duke wife of Gen Basil W Duke and sister of Gen John H Morgan ihb famous Kentucky cavalry commander died suddenly of heart disease at an early hour Wednesday morning October 20 ather home 216 East Broadways Mrs Duke was found dead in bed at stew minutes after 8 o Clock Wednesday morning by one of tb family servents She had evideiitly been dead several PeacetuBypain The covering on the bed Was not disturbed and to all indications Mrs Duke had simply passed from life to death in her sleep Us A Top Nofcli Doer PoGreat deeds compel regard The world crowns Its doers Thats why the American people have crowned l Dr Kings New Discovery the Kind of Throat aud Lung remadiesJ Every atom is a health force It ki1l germs and colds and lagrippe vanish It heals coughracked membranes and coughing stops Sore Infamedbron chial tiibesand lungs are owedv iJlH and hemorrhages case Dr GeLMore bredhpronounced hope less by all otorsc50e1OO triaf bottle free Guaranteed by Haydon- Ir Robertson t Uusiihlly b4tcheadsquickly cured by the use oDr Bell Antiseptic Salve Kc Sold every- wbere r Lebus Presi lent r- Lexington Ky Oct23TbeB- oajd of Directors oftbeBur ley Tobacco and Insurance Corn pan y articles incorporating filed here and at Iwbichweresimultaneously this morning met here this afternoon and elected Clarence LeBus President A L Ferguson Vice President and G Af Brooks Secretary f The directorate of the new company is composed of the members of the district of the Burley Tobacco Society On motion of F P Mann the resident chairman of each county board was instructed to obtain options on buildings in each county to be used by the corn pa ny as warehouses and to get prices for either the rentalI or purchase of such buildings If no suitable buildings are to be had they are instructed to obtain estimates for the erection ofwarehouses President LeBus was instruct ed to accept tbe contract with the Surley Tobacpo Society The Executive Board of thecompany was granted power by resolution offered by Jfrr Mann to pss up i on any business matl r intendeddf for the advancement of the interest i of the company providng the Board of Directors of the company was not in session at the time President Lebus was empower ed to r draft bylaws which be will doat a future date The Executive Committee was f directed to meet bere next Wednesday and the Board of Dime tots adjourned to meet here Thursday November 4 On that date also the District Board t of tbe Burley Tobacco Society will hold a meeting t Money Come In Bunches to A AChtsholm of Treadwell N Y now His reason Is well worth reading For a long time I suffered from indigestion t torpid liver cons tipation nervousness and genetal debility he writes MI couiant sleep had no appetite nor ambition grew weaker every day in spite of t aUmedical treatment Then use Electric Bitters Twelve bottols re stortd all my oldtime health oDd vi gor Now 1 can atted to bnsines everir j dayIts a wonderfurmedicine infallible for stomach JLiiver Kidneys Blood and Nerves SOc at Haydon j Robertson 1 t f COWED BY MOSQUITOES A Clergy mans Experience on a British Columbia Trip In 1800 the Uev John Sheepshpnks later on the bishop of Norwich was travHing through British Columbia His boot fA Bishop In the Rougb1 relates his experiences on the Douglas trail where the greatest discomfort was caused by the swarms of ferocious mosquitoes jHe met with Indians coyer d with path carrying branches ofI trees In their bands which they were sweeping around thim ns they walked They were evacuating their country being temporarily driven out by these pests If by chance n traveler arrived at a clearing or uni open spnc where there appeared to be an immunity from them ere long they would appear Quite early in the morning after meeting those Indians I Issued from my tent and found an open space on the rivers side where I could get my bath But no sooner had I emerged from the water than I found swarms of mosquitoes assailing me and d 0Iwbnt I would slaughter them by doz ens suffered severely It was on that same day dining at la wayside bouse that Itook part in a scene whlcli I can nnver forget There were ttfeiitvflre nn n going up to the mines Food was mj the table There was n ceaseless hum in tho apartment for It was literally brown with thou sands of mosqultopp It wns Bwelfprlnply hot yet every man had made liliuself as Impervious as he could Euph man wore his coat buttoned up wrrhigs werp fastened round his cuffs iid tronspra also If he bad not on top Th y bad gaunt ietson their hacjds their hats were on and veils hanging down bovpred face and npr k A ihrtn would stick his fork Into a pipcp of wont and pop In under the viiI us quickly as possible yben drinking rhplr toffee the men wouid bold the nip underneath thet veil firstt l clearing out the bodlps of tiwmosqtl zEupon hairy 1t Not a word was u prpd il n ring th brIt incni tnt WP VPJV hcaton don nod owed by thp Insppts The first words spoken wire by a uiitipr In ptish lug sway Ills ljr fruin tln table Oh I t i Farmers Institute l f To be fteld at Court Hous Npy 1st and 2nd In the midst of the excitement incident to the election an event that is filled with importance ia apt toJbe lost sight of It isthe- Washington County Farmers Institute which will hold its annual Reeling at the Court House on iaext Monday and Tuesday l rl Farmfii Institutes are re ceiving more encouragement each ye4rand it is to the inter est of the farmers that tlleyre1 ceive ttielr deserved share ofj patronage because the lecturers given are Qa practical nature and have as their object the imJ provement of farms and farmI conditions The lecturers who will havej the Institute in charge this year are Mr J A Mcj Clure anciMrJ B Walker both are men who understand botht the practical and theoretical side of farming Mr McClure is anew manandcotaes highly recommended while Mr Walker well kpowntp the people here a conductor Institutes havt ing been on the program last year attthis place Tbeunpprtance of attending the sFaripfcrs Institute cannot be overestimated as much valuable information may begaine4t as to the proper selection of seed IQI the afternoon of thei first day there will be a discus BinD on the Incubator and its management The Igcture will be of especial interest to theI Ladies of the county Also attalk on why sheep should be dipped This sbould be wenIJ attended as the recent quaran tine on Kentucky sheep has made tbjsanlinphrtant questioni Other subjects of interest will be disuussedand the Institute will tbe both1 en ertarifing sad ins structive Slightly Colder with Show When vou see that kind of aweath- er forecast you know thatrheuinatism weather is ut hand Get ready for it now by getting a bottle of Ballards snow Liniment Finest thing made tor rheumatism chilblains frostbite sore and stiff joints and muscles all aches and pains 25c 50c ano100 a bottle S ltlby Red Cross Drug- Store Why He Was a Heathen Sir Arthur FqushiuF related nn amus ing story tn Mohammedan serjrant who whennsked his religion replied Beg pardons r Im a heathen When asked by his master what be meantby a heathen the man answer deg pardcfni sar a worshiper of stocks and stones- Contouudjt remarked the master I cant keep a man like that In my service To which same the Immediate re jjoinder Beg pardon sar In your highness servIce no time to worship anythlngl London News Ho Spoke Too Soon A well known business man attended his daughters commencement exer blses at an eastern college He bad been greatly pleased with the beauty and dignity of the exorcises and wasI discoursing to his wife upon the refln lag influences of college life Sudden ly his Impressive monologue was cujt short A girl In cap and gown came dashing down the steps of the main hull wnjlng her diploma and shout lug Educated by gosh Ladies Home Journal Not Anxious You have quite a number of the jHoets said Goodhy who was inspect lug Woodbys IIblfryuAb theres roiynlngl Do you understand him No II dpnt saidWoodby AlL said Goodby continuing his examination have you Praed Certainly not Wbtta the use of praying I aint anxious to underT itand hInuPhIladeIphla Record True honor leaves no room for heal Ation or doubt Plutarch In Doubt j Sirs Meadow at Paris hotel 6oo TCbpre8 a fly In thlssonpl- Mr xn ndov who has traveled it Ht Upiilus b MMlrsuida dont speak so Hid No uC pxposln our ignorance This hill oft fan Is nil In Trench and riplihy wp onlprptl fly soup London Tit nits j I il OnelNo sense in running from one doctor to another Select the best one then stand by him No sense either in trying this thing that thing for your cough Carefully deliberately select the best cough medicine then take it Stick j letoit Ask your doctor about Ayers Cherry Pectoral for t yearsjsNoakobplln this cough Jc Arrc WIIythil rWncTiar your cawtipatioii my Mtitkk t the Mead l dik yWivfAyfr Pk7 Aiky Hir doctoc K M ffWY thU advice a a Burned to Death I Mr James Campbell of Nin eveb was so seriously burned dlwUhlndl as o be cought on fire are unknown as he was alone in the house at the tjme Mr Campbell had been to Frankford on that day and was drinking when he returiied home labJub 2 oclock in the afternoon Just before sundpwr Mrs Campbell wept to the stqre 1awaand lleft Robert West a young man the Cam PQell s had rated to look after the house Mr Campbell was lying on a bed in the family room and young West went into the yard to shoe a borse After being out for some lime he heard Mr Campbell call ing for help aud hurried into ilia = house He found him down be v jfore the fire with his clothes in H flame The young man pulled the burning clothes from off hisltlar Ire dJdly burned body and iimmediatly summoned help Dr JW Gilbert was telephoned for and hurried to the place but badlyprrtburied that hei could not UTe In the meantime he did every thingt possible to relieve bis suf ferrinp He lived until eleven oclock that night when be died ed There were qnly a few coals in tthe fituplace at the time Mrs Campbell left the hopse and iit iis not known just how he caught on tire but it is supposed that the hovEred oyer the fire and per haps a bottle of whiskey dropg Iped into the ambers and flashed up setting his clothing on tire Young West wgssev rely burned- ahoutthehands in putting out tthe tire Mr Campbell was a farmer of i rwhowould drink and when started would tlrihk hartLfir seyerdl weeks He lOaves a widow and two small children His remains were interred in the lies family burying ground on the StfarJnotscm News hrl htful Fate Averted A fI would haye beeh a criPple for life from a terrible cut on my kneecap 25c writes Frank Disberry Kelli bgr Minn without Bucklens Arni ca Salve which soon cured me Infallible for wounds cuts and bruises it soon cures Burns Scalds Old Sors Bolls Skit Eruptions Worlds W best for Piles 25c atHaydon fc Robertson off t a Co tABSENTMINDED at TJhe Dinner to Which Wills the Artist Invited a Friendof Bforlowing storj 80V8 Henrietta CocErau of In hor book Celebrities aud I was told ot him by n friend i Wills Invited ill me to dinner out fternoou when 1 met him in the tnud accepted remiudlng him that na he was absent minded IIP bad better make a note of iingthe evening As he bad na paper in bis pocket wrote the date on his shirt eulTpWhen the apjpolnted evening arriv ed went to his studio The door was opened by Wills and i could see that to be had forgotten all about the appoint ment Ab old fellow be exclaimed dott not be too bard on me JTbe cuff went to the wash and the date with It Butdithere is a fowl in the pot boiling here continued Mr Wills Just come in and wait n few minutes Jalhad my misgivings bat walked lUH1de ana sjt upon the only chair not crowded with paint brushes and palettes CI After waiting for about twenty minutes feeling doncedly hungry groaned This had Its effectfHe exclaimed In a tlreamy Voice Tbp fowl iniSst be boiled by tblfftlme1 indii coming forward he lifted tile lid on nf the pot and peered inside HMs very odd be remarked but 1 cannot fl see t IIP fowl Kxtraprdinaryl N6 onenhas been here so the bird cannot lieon tOih 11iWell the long and short of It Ispthat u week or two faterl caHed agaln rt the studio noticed a peculiar Odor and dlscoveredtbe fowl wrapped up In u piece of paper Ahf said Wills Now I know bow t it nil happened When the fowl was brought in ttiOre camera smart visitor fady Gnbout sitting for her por I trait 1 must hove thrown tho fowl i behind a canvaS and forgotten about It Kissing the Rook In Kngland and nU the English speaking countries the kissing of 1tbook before the oath comes from thetl practice of touchlnt u hulldame or sacred objecf as iheoUlHoman touched t or Harold Ifhe casket of tel Ica t Itbealtar u So heip me Qod iis from ancient TeunicaUfffthe tllnavlan law under whlcU tlC northuien touching the bllQdd ring on the altar Fore J6 Itflp izsee Fret lNlordh aad the Aln lfaty Godtbat ia Tr The flrit HItof tleae art the two eW BalItah bei is w kaJtM Tha J Jtt i pp i f lSUBSCRJP1 JONp 1Of 4 t 1 4uOCTOBER tLf t indebtedness Royi BekIn POd iS 8reateit IIaie rf t t 1Yztotpayco9 cosornIzM aar I J ana g aMIILi ak ut fool iefU I hirI r toiAL141M r The only l klnt por3cr miUsi t- t from Eoyal kape CrMm of Tartar I 0 11II 11 appointment ai New Hopeu Sunday i Mr James OJer has purchas pda farm in ISpebcer vcounty unknown V Mr Wr Hines of taylpir yule 13 Visiting rela iVfisiu U1l f vicinity fMrs Peak aixd4auguter visiu Mrs Josie Settles last week Miss Eafrl Offuttis attending school in Lpbanotio Mr Jeff Settles has retarnjd home after a pleasant visit in PennsylvaniaI There was a surprise poclal ven the young people JutI Saturday night by Mrs Josii Settles iu honor of Miss iaVy Ueta Peak cf Louisville Mr Clay Oli Vfoford and Miss Ora Carney attended prayer at New Hops last Sup ay night Daine Rumor reportst wed ding soon Guess who t TIe BedRock Of SHCCCSS in a keen clear brain backed by indomitable Trill and reslstlesa n rgy power comesfrom the splendid that Dr lUngs frew Infe PiUs impart They vatilize every organ and built up brain and body J Harmon Lizemore W Va writes They are the best pills I ever used at Hayden Robertson Justice Peckham Dead Alba vN Y Oct24 Hafus Peckham Associate Justice tIe lhitteStates Supreme FtJ died at 815 oclock tonight- t C plmore his summer home Altamont Albany county Death was dueto a complication diseases heart trouble rights disease and Hardening the arterieg Justice PeckhSm had coon iin health for some time but his condition was not considetf serious until recently Follow adjournment of thsNay term of the United States Ss- reme Court he cania on from Washington withi4r8P ckhMa spend the summerl at Alta mont expecting to return for beginning of the October JLeinj A few days ago hii COB ition became such that hit phy sicians said he was likely io diet anytime or might lipger for several months Justice Peckham was a Demo rat and gave considerable at tention to politics In New York He was born in Albany N YM NoventberS 18b8tnd had be a ihebench Statet and iSederal fbr twe tysixyeNHecim rom theeourt of Appeto hw atiVe State a position whbi bis father before him badccciir led The Difference Fnther said little Kollo what Ja tie dlffprenre uetrrcen farmlnjc aa4 isrlculturoy Well inyRon for farming yo ndplow iind ft harrow and n Iptef eOier Implemenrs and for agrlcuUBrk ally you need Is a pencU and aTJlece el paper WtU bID tO 1Star The p11 Isths Oyt HOw raJnN81tChs greasy N1 lD tbeor l SI1 1 fljgLty Qd sp1Was o tier uiuirtl pjf nil work f1b rreiIIeU tbgTrtthe COO ell into tbe water and I pstthtt tJvento dryLoed TMIW ti Mw eMrit J H1cfe t vee foe a fit wj d ksA i a S- sc MARINERStiJMP L 4 Little K oftittI ttht lnstrurniit Iot ITS USE BY THE CtT rr 5c zJ This WnPsps Jit MaI + No4 4M ttiHt aa m Chri 4IiiM ErTh Ctoh te M jiiilTV f 1k piatCftiIIt Duo 5 Muth iititWS5k et the iseov tiIMt b1 meM 1t 54Ktrg tlweeare Sew ssbjsts- kiimiskaowu iFp5 Y hoiMW Ot the lnvstIs was OM a lIto boni at a small village Hwit flb45t Jthe tap of h t- bturM ias bss de 1jIs kistIl cue fA aco1Iq7rlt aa bea ciassthst even th ft1the SaetJMIIi J iit I Greeks and Romaas M4 a aipb of it uch BotJk wsvai se been copyWriy i ifrtIC On piasa eTIItbsM 8t DMrkaUe ciMNcter oecwi lut If Carilsel ltM V1tt7bIbIpt7 1i1ysar 1204 J 1r C Earepan4 41d7 j Hdjr LaJi4JMiWM b i estlUed KIs4oclaou4s 11 u cas becyears 1215 and 12M 1m of that work lw IHM tfcfe i JiiI p sage Tb 4ron MMdte after cia adf wttH the loadrtoM cMMtaBOr HKW to tte north atair wbfcfc attbt aatli ttfc firmaracut rcaudM kMtovaMt vUfc the otberg reToltt amdbcu Jl Ii as 1re VaU1Hc to t aIiMl- og au tile ocn These words are aa zpUctt av tfcaf are extraordinary Tbty atate a fad and aao nct a Ma TbatkkBK fare Kfctea aaacitial ca s cooapaaa muat bee bM before the birth t ala la Tb to thia fact ttra ia iMbm v tatatto kIt claim aa to ovI coverer V I aIwltt th 7r0mpaaa laaa bafeva tttf aus It to certak ta4 ttara slona tq the mgtk s1 s tradjt lonarj ptriod St Cttapt rshoot 2000 yawp nCIIdIt aM 4 still men IradlWa accost s H to found latH NIp ot Chow dyiwatr b focs Ckrt Mill t AU this howqqr 1DQR aiula4 rwithout ia the heat iiapeiiriaf tt jHt claus k GWa o tte arattt te a aM kind The truth appMra t to tfcM Ute poaitkm oCOMa hx reeattaf t tfcal cowfiaaa waa pceckety that of WaM te- retattoa to the ateam itaf MIlt ext t b aliMete4- Tb ci ss b th r IF jte tke X4tsasaa jJeIS twetfth and thUkiata cattIaq- a rary maeactafai rapparatus ItuIIeslisaide Medfc ftoaria J a Vus Aby anaaa of t1N traw cock ppr fl s the UNt- b wlrTlie eoasid bi tM tm tb LWrttk e7 w tfttof otaotlj a tie Mn ts Ksss1Pses s1e- cistie tRek s1pirst b Tlour Taejatitallai ofifcfc te toaater of the Tcaaal f It ntd tea In a inooMot Enl t pBvW t HB Idneedle a pltot Web porattt Itt fura to an Meg with facfflty Aftet wawl it w 4 attacba te aeaftdtn d is tb4rty4w ota eal do TI1DtD UtJIeios CIWclwaj M pod eb t however t iI Ss4 It wukl alwaya Vma1 EketrtaaJ jratmMir f Te aM pd04a farI the otfeec eigM flT f J r o1O Wd bs l s s Ua vgbr uad a dM Mss t1at aiet a w b tb wIow aTaafettBir aaM ffca aM aMa stirs ly IMak acaudaloair 4y pd sb asswsre swsstI7 uaa are tttiP aftrdIM c aloof wIth tE fuiJ vl IPIIdt t a l tH io walk out tw mo tM wi paper w MWyto ha year ss Bstk 2k Ft w6 t bs 1 V rwJ I w T1 L T t T7 J A KV 1yPk l k4 bliIrL JuaJ Jifq PM jjiL1I TilCIMAN altbAttycsIIr4 i = tIYeT D GRAHAM yjgeLLUTSY isctV pBcx1ptcIeitIT NOEpaAJDON LeIaneiiL IThW T MLTt1TJ a DL WL CRUMI pvesV RO t tct iriBf fieldI I swpd Pctbvi1e Jo 9f Gordon iridW No aad FretIckstow 4Wt rigkja No ii p Ellj Sbo JOn 0 PoflM Jf rt a Ckmaty Leader of b 47O r niib4 eghbor the Xueder eoiifln utowatljTi Jind witfe apparent t S iHJefw dn ti of out Mug juSl M to be trtMtod who will seek thSV waiidk Me ire coYiction by thet athkrv of his court which iImink ii all e1eiertsofChflCEL kM loclin a 1tbout1ie b wsLeader kstkkcoptioU ofour meat1 qeite cfearmlnp if that jour kttiriMtQ be classed as ani flIbOLdP ii friH IteiLt wt may be an 4iLbroidl it is true tibece iaay be a naivete NowgLeIders guile itw of the Marion LIS elrattiCle iii whiol IklwMaiilried that a Judge wse44 iVi truited if hi tried tto fSitorce the law ia the manner in which thelegislature intended it if be enforced But this at teaat atr 3kuleA not a satis shSlaefcj ry explanation of the asser IT tfoft ftd bj the Marion County I Jfea4 er It U true that we may kv ach native simplicity and aTttafc Meet We do not claim to M ia the same class with the t iditor either ui writer lawyer or a ifacturer of politicalI Ki iiSpb ad May a kind ProwMleflce that watches over us rvtrfcfO great a calamity o cur people and to Us JHThf Editor of the Marip- nvlj Go nty Leader after having1 7 bit called down by the News v Mbder foe printing a statement t t tt paly the advocate of a NONe PARTISAN judiciary would i 4pciMt fond himself unable to- xplamHiQ he intends to pass it ii by1by trying to have a little S fan at the txpenae of the News Leder by caUing us out amj- v 4jble neighbor We may be yen Amiable and so lopg jis we keep our month clostd we mayl jjosaeaa a fine judicial tempera iMinti but when we Write we hope tio kind ourselves denouncing t if wyhing every thingand ever A3dy with whpm we differ as iiti andVillians and sneaks and Infamous liars without offerinj- girQbtL We ahouJd never forget e dignity of the sthtion rfiQsition to which we aspire ftwiich we occupy We shout 04atvvAys be careful of what we- sji y especially when clamoring f fc BOflTpartisan Judiciary 4 oNpABTiSAN JUDGE What 5Rot There is no such thing ffanywhere in Kentucky or else4 ywhere There Js not a single c d vjtfige vinthis State Federal or SiState County or District that is apppicdsan We have two t vfetntleman now asking for elcc tioiL to the office of Circuit Judge yj gel Tburman the party aAiklate of toe Democratic 13 rty and Mr John W Lewis claiiaing to be the party candii vi te pfthe Republican party Thy are boihpariisans today Xlfill either deny it Judge tt Thirrman is the Jemocratic par IiY candidateand Mr Law is JUaiiD he is the Republican Prfcy candidate Can it be said iat either will if elected rc- BOufcce hit allegiance to the par Wich oinatd himf ILl e alQ4 Ihes he is stilt apft fcJvJ has been said ttas Fed oral jHlf 4o not make pjitii ct pefcl ipjttchet These judges ure Appointed for life an so far as- iifcfI are pers nk lly concertstd I atf rs ftnle twt in I 1 iiiuelemtr Ii5ye w t h1ajccessor but jtiiereis no 4if 4IIpI wto bu any idea wb gO a oa in this cpantry t e Jut 40 jluri bat Mit MB of theme fti fti J iii of our afri ipeott4pewhobo1 tLite But tfcey are Bpiiwft wtelfetratWrnt wake pc4ies or- Announcements e2Te si4onii4dtO afcourice x to E P DEDSf AN a e ReprtativeXe tuckjr Leifislatiire NovemVer elecUoal909 dge Thurman Asp far as we know has always been a Demo crat and adheres to that party he ever deviated from it we ssojiftir ailwe know has for manf years been a member of the Re piih cnn flrjyj and adhered to th icijlespf that party It 4naccording to the Biogra i t1 Encyclopedia Kentucky g38 that in early life Mn wis was a Third Party Man d ssi candidate of the Third Eartygnide the race for Repre sentaUve from the counties of Taylor and Green Min the year 1867 apd supported JGe6 B Mc Oi liau for iresidenfe against Atfribam Lincoln in 1864 but e dp not believe ttiat because j r iie wis wars a Union Demo craMhe in sixties and refused to vote jd Abraham Lincoln fox Preliilent in 1864that this action upoahis part would eutitle him be Called nonpartisam No such stuffas a nonpartisou dja No judge who does not adhere to spmei party itis true at no judge should ever let bis party adherence control his ac tion while on the bench Mrj Lewis is not only a partisan but a rank one because he said in his speech at Lebanon on pet 4tfa W ueneyetv the r Republican party announces its principles and declares ithem in its plat prm I am on iti He doesnt vevui serve the right to be henrd but according to his bwo staltemeut just as soon us tbe Republican party declares it in a plalfbrmMli Lewis is there standing on it PJospeech we do it not for the purr p Hoseow that be was a jpfirusan andI Republican pardsauV That so onnd and zealous was his devo tion lto the Republican party tiiat he was always on the piatIT orm just as sobn as it is fmish ftd Mr Lewis Lebanon speech is the best most complete and npanswerable argument ever made to show that there can be mo such thins Jas a NON PAii ir SAN judge in a Republic like us1Mr Lewis in tha tspeeuh aays whenever the RepublV cans get together and in conyen iiion declare their doctriflelnio faUh it my doctrine in faith The majority must rule in every o Irganizatiotcry that is free and where libertyi preyaiis Tne majority must t ul twO heads ire better thatI o dneThat is the very foundation upon which the structure iof law ia based Thus with a few1 words Mr Lewis knocks down and destroys the man of stray fciNpn Partisan Judge built up by Mr Jchnson and so strongly embraced by him ItYou need not be troubled in any iv with the stomach if you will sitnply takeKodol a those times when you feel that you need it KodoHsgu rrnt ed to relieve you If It f ils your ninoey will be refunded to yop by the druggist from whom you pur chased it Try it today qn the g nar cntce Sold by Red Crosb Pharmacy ins Chapel Several jfrpm here attended jneeting at Bethleham during the past week Mr and Mrs Sbelt Jeffries spent the latter pan of last week with Miss Nellie Logsdon t Miss Maggie Biatt iis spending this week Mackville Mrs G W Fenwick was thf guestj of Mrs Nellie Logsdon Wednesday Miss Hattie Logsdon has re turned home after a visit to Louisville and other places ff Mr Woodson Begley is spend ling this week with T fe Begley and family Miss Adrjiy Canary spent Sat uday and Sunday in Mackville Miss Susie and Ada Fenwhk were the guests of Jveiinie Lit ey Tuesday t Mrs Nellie Lojdtin andS daughter Hattie spent oe day hst week with Mrs Marion Sweeuey Mrs G W Fenwick and daughterr Susie speLfc Monday with Mt3 George Fenwick near Simoistown Mr SViil SwfeBicieytlspent Sat iardAy iud Sunday with Ray osda Ni Ada Pnickspt Mon itie Lossddn W4 Ftnwck Miss Mary Rose Janes e itpV taindd a few of her friends Wed rifesday night in very charming m oannerMrs Alex Smith visited ihia iatterI part of last week wiih hex sisters in Springfield V Several from here attended County Court Monday ISS Miss J a rgia Bonta walS the I pleasant guest of Msses Lenaj and Roxie CisseU Wednesday night x Mr and Mrs Bob Graves and family visiied1 the latters parents tof BurKinj Satiirclay and Sun day Mr Johnie Anderson of Mon tani svisjtingiiis mother Mrs Lucy A ndereon Mr Anderson has ut been in i d Kentucky for a long time but he says the old hills look natural Mr Edgar Anderson was the j guest of Edgar and Joseph Grayesi Sunday j t Mr R P Lahham has rev turned home after an extended visit is Missouri with friends aid r ISelativesMrs China Tumey hasTeturn ed home after a few days visit iin IndianapolisS Mr John Kelly called to see his best girl Sunday i LiTheMrs Loyd Fenwick is very sick at this wrHng What to do In Case of Accident IIf skin is broken apply Dr Bells AutiPainai once and the wound will heal quickly and neyer get sore Used mternally and e terhaly Litsej 4pMrs J I Martift has returned from Louisville where stye yjsit ed Mrs C K Crawford Mrs Co and the Misses Wharton Misses Wannie Shehan and alli Huston vsit6d Miss Ade line Cox Satarday Mrs f fL Ltsey returned librae Monday after spending several days with friends in Louisyille Miss Emma Rose Poin returri1 td to St Catherines5 Sunday af ter spending a weekiat home Dr J H Hopper wasjn Pet ry ville Tuesday oft business MrjCaldwell spent Saturdayl and Sunday with Mrv John G rigsbySMiss Mary Logai Neale has gone to Covingtoh from there she will go to California Rez W H Williams was in SbisMiss Lyllas Thompson who iis attending school at St Cathep ines spent from Friday till Mon ay with Miss Mabl and Nan n ieThmbsonS Mr Riley has begun the erec tton df a hewwwellingon the farm ha purchased from J H Gray Several children around here h Ve whopping cough yLSVanafsdale were in Springheld Tuesday shopping Madam Rumor reports a wed ding in the near future Mr J O Polin who wAs hurt some tine ago is improviiig nicely CONUNDRUM WAN ONCE M03E This Time HeHs a Fine One About PoHcemani arid civil Service Clerk ln Aldescihandkerchlef leahing over the deski f thtfman UIvecan use it if you wantto Its noflh Ing to ny I believe wheriVa mans a friend of a man he ought to giye the man the benefit of what good ideas come to him from time to lime Live and let live is ray motto Were notiandiing mottoes today What is the other thing asks the man at the desk absentmindedly trying to sharpen his fountain pen What is the difference bbtrCen a policeman who got Ida appointment through the influence f a brotherin llaw yhb is in cahoots with an alder m an and who is detailed to nrreat peo ple who have no vehicle license upuusd their wagons and carriages and a civil service clerk whose duties conaist Itregistering the descriptions and num bers of automobiles Why is a policeman who larrests three dozen hobos less four like aiman wbo happens up an alley and finds a Skunk of dynamite behind a handbook shop asks the man with the hiatus on his head Becausehe has located bum 32 Good morning Very well hisses the man with the luminous whiskers Very well The answer lo mine is that one nabs the tagless and the other tabs the nag fess but I shall give it to6ome rno refmeritorious Ifterateur f And the door closed shutting off tUo- breeze SHOW THEM YOlfa TICKETS Tdit Will Surely Relieve the German Railway Guard of His Sadnesi Whenever a German railway guard feels lonesome and does nt know what else to do with himself he taklie g walk round the train aiid passengers to show hint their tickets after which he returns iphis box chfeered and refreshed pme ptt3jrid rate about sunsets and ala bid masters but Uo the German railway guard the world can show nothing more satisfying more inspir ing than the sight of a railway ticket Nearly all the German railway of flcials have this same craving for tickets If only they get somebody to show them a railway ticket they are happy It seemed a harmIa 3 weakness of theirs had B and I de tIded that it would be only kind- to humor them In it during our stay Accordingly when we aw a Gerv man railway official Standing about looking sad or weary we went up to him and showed him our tickets to La sight was like a ray of sunshine him all his care was immediately for gotten If we had not a ticket with us at th6 timk we went and bought rmo A mere single third to the next at tlon woulof gladden him sufficiently in most cases but if the poor fellow ap peared very vbegone and as if ho wanted moro ttj an ordinary cheering up we got 1ij ft see iidclass return Jefomu K Jerome Diary of a Pil grimage Kov She Knew I do thInks exclaimed lrs Tolk er lIridlgntntly that Mrs Gadabout Ia the most tfggrayattaglj inquiait lye wdman lf t must sayso i ever knew Why I never pass hpr on the street but what she invariably turns her head and stares back at me to see othwhatbehind HowJner thatisil was wondering my dear how you found out that the mean thing looked back Some one tell youV inquired Mr Tolker inno ScentlyAnd Mrs olker straightway turned the stream of her indignation seeth lug hot from Mrs Gadabbut to hbr insinuating wretch of a husband as she fondly termed himand after the first pyrotechnic outburst steadily re fused to speak to the unfortunate man ton the rest of the evening- Thd Bed Rock Of Success lies in keen yindorniib1eSUc i power comes from the splendid health that Dr Kinds Nev Ltfe Pills inpart They vatillze every bodyAHarmonI1zenore ites J Thdy are the best pills I ever used 25c at HayJion Robertson Sru5BLIG SIIiLlI SI I III I t mites from Lebanon the described with jack property colts at side 1 tw year old j jeb f us anybodys Ann Cox No 312 8 year od IIf0ng dam Kitty Washington re ulf r brted r bred 8t purebred Southdown she p a few choice buck lambs Topsy Belle 22 1 Vi 4 da jr Lester Date und Gay Be it colt atby Beau ItiveyarotjIi I threeyearold horse mules uork good 1 sugar muleScolt 1 good mUch and cilf sande slacks tmolhy hay3 tacks oats 150 or 2CJabarreis corn lOPDO Sticks trjbacclIS 10000 tobacco sticks ai lot of good oak lumber and aM oLour farming implements s SITerois made knon oatay ofsal i 4 3ibbs Thomas I ii iii- AMERICANW1PERLUSS Habit Which Strcogjh ena Ihftco XLPSKe nhtd Stiu s senut 1uid hlnise of fep rcwiiatltos lire nativy born In the sums Avhfclj they njiresent Notbi rig could inpre clinrly Show the Jilert ae tlvltii of tluJ Amiriiuh pedple and that fonstmit ItitcruiiiiKlIng of tht In hubiUmis pt the overatstates which dds so iniuh to he cohWlvi unity of ine untloii The 10y vuu gtv to a difttnniittnt to often iiccdrnpltshes ugro tlijin iho Jnt who goes straight on SinS thtr footpplniM of uls fattier in the ijonio riling Kvon Daniel WobKter V a not hnrii hi old Bay SIn wlipsti InHu nce jyul dignity lit so won sustaVicd iiti whose people tiiourncd him so sincerely AVhen his great llf utd This xvnndorliig from state to state thas resulted In tljgorgRiiiUtn In New York city of uiaiiy HtHte spcietlitK which aim to frather together the na tlvos of their resFeutIvi stiiles an ntially to IiIO h peasant memories of the old jiouiw days vVitb their thoit on i itiritr Ies JIAVIint vnuld bhpiifn If the Amnrt can people vhuiiUI cuascj to wander nbniit the inintrV Is juesthin tiftHT asked II U tildtiiiii ah asteitinmi never amonnts to aiiytiiJtijr until m goes wtst and tititi li wjseru luifti has locome IMSJ in orden tn iittaln iiis ull Mtanirt tiientuliy llu northirj man is advisi jhtfli p simtli to leuii peiitle fourtiMv nml Vhivairkbcnrini the sonrhernir to t north to add more Iron to his iioi d TlierjeVawbe no doubt that this ionsfant evoliiUIiha encounmid HK jtiitli fiievvIdi s just the vlilrlltijK of the klnelowoj cJevelopiKi a toy Jit to tier present cIiTfud moving pictures uheh gives ir VHm sis of life in iiiotlifii Hll uvor tii yorldJoe MiUhcll Chappie In Nn Elonal MntazIne THE H1JRRING BARBER Spe4d Manifested More In th Motion Then In the Results Barher8 retnarlcjid the twin with the short hair ry rlwrn utiable to hurry lust jougo Into a shop iis did the other day wutitiifg u hair cut phd nsfe tile harbor hotr fang ltirib take He told me Oh about tcftmloUtesr and to go ahead That barber honest iy believed he was hurrying but he couldnt Je vet out thos6 lltte suijisnips about itlif back of the neck they are nil so fond of doluifund ualud to cut the hair astIf he were qblseflpg priceless1 marble Whxti It jot lo be ubout half an outt I said to hint Youre a pretty bad judge of time drjcnt your He aincj back with something about not want Ing to turn out a poor Job Ive known It to happen often lu the case of shaving Whon you tell a barber tojhurry be dashes around bn the tiled floor at Iinnilnenl rtekof fall ing and he splashes the luther Into youreycs and your mouth but the fad remains that he takes as nuich Ilii as usual to tub the lather Into your facu and as much unit to shave yoji- begin to believe there Is some sort of rule regarding time that all barbers observe becitusH linve timed them OnyeI sked if bafl erto hurry stmvltigmziptl tie hnd nil thpmptious but took up just ittt niut h ihne as vhon he went along at bis UHtmT giiifc I Imagine they boili ve th tj Uim6r prill be patigUwI with the jippearance 01 speed nnd thats thP reason they run around so ned breathe heavllyxn8 If winded when changing rroaiionp side of the chair Id the other feW york Sun A HUlllAN GIBRALTAR The Story That Is Told of the EnglfiK Colonel Durnaby In the biography of Colonel Fred Burnauy tire iis a characteristic story told by his friend Lord Binning of that soldier of horculcau frame and reckless courage We were engaged In a football match on the green inside Windsor cavalry barracks and the verandas were crowded with onlookers as the colonel dressed for London In frock coat and tall hatvrltb a cigar in Ills mouth came out of the officers quar teas and proceeded slowly across Ai corner of the ground apparently ob livious of Jhe Tact that a match was in progress dt the time At this moment tour fullback a gigantic Yorkshlrouial ii named iBatcs who muiit have weighed nearer fifteen than fourteen stone charging impetuously for the ball1 dashed full into Burnaby The impact was terrific but while tim Yorkshire man hurled backward by the shock ay thought ho had collided With a mci fin LaIn lay gasping on the ground jnelther J Burnabys hat nor the angle of his cIgar w is In the smallest dpgree Ats titrbed In fact he scarcely seemed to realize thnt a collislflnhad takea place When he did so he removed his cigar from his mouth and With his pleasant smile sHlfl Dear me I do tope I ant not interfering with the nnnitt The Shout o dtilght lllwcnt up from the verandas was it thing to reincmbcr Studying the Crowd JTherc doesnt seem to bo any dif ference between a crowded train in the nlarningzind a crowded train lit night doe there sgcrlcd a subway traveler of ills companion But I could distinguish one from the other even if F had no Idea of the hours Ask the ruardr No All you need to doisto mc ast tnrcmorning when the crowd Is fresh and oji thd way to business the cpnversa4 tipn is at least cn times in volume what It Is at night when the crowd Is tired ad on the ay home cft in times At night Ive been In a crowded car for ten minutes without hearing a sound save the rattle of newspapers and an occasional cougli That fiaino rowd In the morning would be full dialogue punctuated here apd there With laughter Its Just a Tec study Jn human na hire thata nIlNew York Globe An Unspcia Pedant At Trinity Cambridge fue great Dr Whewcll was the incarnation of masterful unsocjabllity says ia 1 Tolleraache in his reminiscencesi lT Trinity friend told me In the flftJithat Whcwells evening parties wt niPv by the name of perpendiculars be1 i cause the undergraduates were expect t ed to remain standing all the time though ho himself sat doWn whenever hi ie chose4 tt is also related that being li shortsighted lie Inspected each man In turn at unpleasantly close quarters o aiid It was a high crime for any one tospeak until he was spoken to On ono occasion under the trying scrutiny tn unwary freshman remarked the t weather wits fine Sir replied tho pedant are ou act iwnre that If yoU imve any communication to moiQ to Ithe master of your college you ehou 1tA i I UmTS FOR FARMERS Jf Carefur VoodcuUfnBi j quahtity anti quality of thci pj1duet horn the tiffin wodd lot ca1 btJilmprdvcd bj Laipfe methods easy t CullvatorIstartlu no atuck should boa1iewedto graze in the wood lot When cutting is done care should be taken to thin out the tmdosjrable growth Instead of selecting the best trees and those which produce wood wHich splits easily the crooked scarred and broken topped trees should be taken and those Which are crowding the good trees or are uver topped by them The desirable growth cannot be taken all ti1a t once but should be renioved in s Atteniont only q theirbilitygroundOpeapnonlars require n HcMnn thinning than beech and hard woods It Is simply a thenioj a A Great Jersey Cowl I The Terscy cow delaldo of Beech lands Iat year 366 daystiroduccd 153721 pounds of milk contalning 84902 pounds of fat The test wqs thOregonHer average percentage of fat for the year was 5456 and the fat is eQuivalcnt to 999 pounds 89 ounces diSbutter anti 85 per cent fat Just think of it 15572 pounds of milk hi the year averaglng545G Percent fat it talr4 a Jersey cow and a gpodone to exDnjit such wahouldIntheLouts expositlou he overrun for this grade of milk being 1182 we wiUU credit 1 withOOdipqunds2sutional tockiun and Sarin r Crowding an Acre A Kaiiaas farther l icarrylnig con an ihtere ting experiment cm hlsowp nc conntto tost thojpbssinllltles of an CultivatorT1icropvbQiag winter npinuch It is fig u rod that the crop1 wflr ba out of the way lu the spring lu time to set out aiits gtqnousesri Uii t tv t tbkeephepos sibleperlod with paying cropsv A rec ord will be kept of the labor cost and tbe results are likely to be of Interest as showing something of tile method futureUtnesjilglv s Roots Fop StockFecding A good root cftJI woiiidl prove an excellent Investment on many farms With ihe era of ccni sllase we hav eprafc to unilc estliii te the value ol roots The Incrpastag cost of grain with tile conacquoiit difficulty of feed eIImportatittowhich can be used without detractinr fromrcauJtsV the feeding of Mrlnc eolttf and horses particularly mnel ah be saved by a lioural use of roctr The storage problem Is often One of Jhcj trowWesQUiQiouAs but a good root potathesCo Farm and Flrrjldc Milking a Cow on Either Side Cows are always milked from the off or right tide beeaiue they have been taught that way A coW can be milked moat either jsjde if shd is brcuight up right bnt the lessons must begin at the carlieit handling of the heifer Milk first from in6 side and theij the oter and in n short time the heifer will not iJid It often comes hnmly to milk frojrJhe left side find cows should he trained to stand for It The man who will male n rot of his cow will have no trouble ajioV will get greater bpcrfit at milking tUne tlian tie one who1 treats her as n stranger if not an enemy Denver Field and FnrmV TFE CASSOWARY A Peculiar gird Tfcat FiSles With Its Feathersf Habits Qf the cormorant and of tjhi fish luiwK are gerrrrlly lowwiu 1Ibk inhds oftkin teuit mwt- lIkothojefb1d clirey x tmitsI wcry 3jmaestilu ti cf 1tt 9wJIi welkniw nmurtt1I Ini1tue is timaku au rher lia IIdId nf New rritan ltP W csatvar oLdrwn oti itcns vdetud ifsmttl for si ii iu1mg to w t crcreidiy It 1bt tfV4ViL ttQ U ti river where it wai nlmtic thPse feet epsn1i 1UtII1y tuttiig dwi- pstjd its vIsgi out1 sbsncgln j t hem the feberthe4ng Vttl an ui1t The Ijirdmrenmliiod fmatioiUeis hud kept Its yw closed AS If lit stefe Iti remained lu tlilaix itlou for qwirfwt of nn hour When sutMenly ckisiuc It vlngs znd stra 1tiug Its feathers stepped out on thtvDnuk Hero ltluh Hk Jtsolf several tiiiiaa vli reupo1i a quan tlty of smallilsheH felloutjJf lt wings and froTh aniid its feathers Those the bird Immediately picked up and srtrl lowed The fishes had evidently hilstaken t tthefeathers for n kind of xpeedi that le grows In the wiiter aUtug tl o Unnks of tthe rivers In ihjn Island md JwJiicli mueh p reacmhlos time fotiUipcs of th cassowary Thtf smaller llshds tilde I i those weeds to nv iid the lirgeijontH bf that prey on tljora Kxchangev THE Its Visual Size tfo Greiter When It v High Than When Itla Low The artist has to thoosehetweeii eel ontific truth anti convention when he sets out to paint the mron A throe so penny piece fixed at a distance of six feet from tfte eyo say nt the end of i pn horizontal sis foot pole the other ItImi t of which is made to press tile Iowa r edge of the eye sockotf will jt corn r the disk of either the jmn or the m oi Itihanging In the sicy ft Is an absolute fact that this js trvle whether the moon or thq suiJ be high in the sky or low dowfi hear tbp hOrIzon TjjcJ real visual size of the moons iiogreate1f vhen It is twtUiji iej lt iT high No one who reais hat I 1are just wrjtton wiUbel ve ie Every one thinks that lie inibws hat the dlslr of thehancstimoliu cu of tho eltheIghJ rhLs ls kitie to a judinwit oi II I mental process and Is an errjbneoua rt tInecuriously mtrustworUiy mind is Wjiat thehi is the painter tp do He yjejds to prejudice end often ijfjiuts o low moon or low mm of a size Which compared with scientific factils ridiculously exaggeratedt SJr B Itay nkcstpr Ia Lptidoft Tej groph For As we get older the blood bccom sluggish 1iiui ffdes and joints stiffen anda hes and pains take hcgd Sloans Linetit quiclcensthe b1oo1 1in1sSthe muscles and joints and stops any pain or acJic with astonishing promptness Proof jhat it is Best for RIsemias DANInt H Dxxxix of MannsCboicerRFD NexI Please send me abottle of Sloaps Uninient for rhemiraatM d1QiMIlls the best remedy I ever knew for I cant do withoiil it Also for Stiff Joint K SS Sfr Mltroti WHEELER 2100 Jrorris Ave Birnanghaai A1 MtcSMJ asi glad to say that Sloans Liniment has dose me wore foWiriiilMfijoincstjian anything I have ever tried Cv i HSloansT Linimentis the qickest and best remedy for Rheuma tism Sciatica Toothache Spraihs Bruises and Insect Stings 1xice 25cZOc a 100 t Auri-Send for Sloaaa Tree Meek ea HAM AMx a DR EARL S SLOAN BOSTON MASS EYES TESTED Ed M Russell JEWELER AN0 OPt1CiANS ii = TTi Jsu- JOiN EDELEN IRVINE WIMSATT I I The CoppageDtJafe Cc INCJOBPOHATED KYFWe mace i seciajty of the following brands Mattingfy Mfrore SpriiilWVat44l Belle of Marion SriH 2M 4IS Evergade Wathens SpriM9O7 P2S We also handlelBJattin iy t Mnre Ifli4 Fist aud WHow Sprrn bottkd is bw4 e 54pple Brandy and Blickbtrry Wme MlNUTEWHAtESrr A Million and a Half Could Rest on the Head of a Pin The coiiipletcst and mot ptrfet o whales Is ft whalego smftfl that 1500 000 such wiates could find itOQin in a space not larger twin an oiiliuary pin Dead hut in that vanishing speck of matter thpre lij already determined Just how nit time Inimmaule Golls of tup future whales W dy are to grow w ti idhereth 131Icc his bcdy to the cud of that ivhales life But mnih more than Jithai liJthat one prlmonflal cell carclely Imagina ble for its inlhttten s are stored thp physical memories so td spuak othzIwhales uncofttrs Iiacjj tp tlie4flniIwliatci Therefore us ho grows bowlii how flint whalos usvd to walk for complete to the last log oone wlIII be fouad Iri the ntlulf wiyile in the roper plapo for iegs but now tucked under hlsi skin because they are no j o iernbleiiu itS nn English no bfcmajihanss bIn hall 1Is onpestors coats of as mementos yt days now gwno by since the coining of rifle bnl lots fi Moreover such ajmluatj whale is nothing but U whale bewfuge he ciin not pospiiiijr grow into a llsli arf moro than lift qaiit grow iiitbma bird gCoj whales tint hiRutta and iherefore iicttiittl by nntrnpass4i1lie b1oioIcr gtrtf frommii IA iy5 in that inumPdeiln t4revedo whole aia ksaeotfrmo a1e but t skiimrivislo n it crni tJI r e reIitm ihomso Rv pcbtilvH 5l T ay 1fe Fdt Abaut It trl liIrt ero rri trtmj lii fr cltrri ha rt t5 Mc f Jlti Wrnflilttt tj t lave tht lti limIt i ttmtden ILiptCnnm I i r1 1JItitti1 pi PIIr tl flLJfl4VliCiI Ui I4ifliaXrmIIrd 1 rtl eotatflt nmliI lit J ttt ant us auln Huine jmiItridj tAnt Hcrfi thett Witim j furY lit iUflti1 th IIIIIII IsUiatuU JiiH fjttthfr ytV b s ashamed of him friicU laoar r oput SSSs l55S YaiIiS Army Experts Afr +t M x MM Iithe Abarif IHM i Just as the firutlugr wen f tb titefl gilessonstheir muetlttdS of wanfar dev1e4 ad perfected ther systcnr of extewfed or der or skiriiilsb drIlJ rhiIdk have po ofthetent the red raefls meibofis of ceatijr poloystrhHT teeV graph pi telephone Ihids or wlMrit wir less teiejgraphIjj uunvalhiWe As the Indians sine ffwttMf times have used colinm yarioft combInations tq proach of an eilemy f t trtmsj4tfother ipessages thearixy sIgWahl bttve arkiownt ctg Tielori er are flred trotIaflmortar lie hifter In tW MkWy 1 Fourth of Jfuly flrewtwk X reatmIng a dpslie4 kelgtt uIj b iltatPaeMcompom2tj brtcoloiidjso arranged h thP csttrttlfeJMi to coiT jr a message to those wlw tMy W ir lcbT 1 fdr mideInclitTerent V1orci titreai w 8crewtgether jos racIos eta mi ute TUeSe niHitary flrewerki as tkty might aptly be c alkJrcShermetically eal 4 CIIIM iwicli te iU Kaiiieinaiincr n InwoJ t tta wttk the Oe rt oC Iatuerew- weut fQr Ij54Im qskkt ia this way they kotp f dAstitIy ti ay climate jjiM fckvt l r sg1slarW tb eM4ga Phllizpluee tWhilIe the 4y complicated a ysteu of skets4bomb slgfiallncw ib tomf ei yiiy wjirstilp csbssi Wpply f pW fynottjngt OwaSuFbother hr tnmi wWcji sie tnwwnltirl by Kaystcm of ematoss cflforcrt d blcMghis stnra rova rut r and pjgerated frow i swbboI umcu oa thtf pteji oif tyftviite Uedl the Ardohi yste Bwt bOthbnebsA of keservi e employ aa oM mrt o rile- tQl the hive twi 01 avIl officer Which ifcocU trow trtrMf a stars liiflar ta thce Of romaa candle of any color The combinatIons whlcb caa be madje jftlhto manner practically rlarMeites a J 7 Dl TdBIIRTOR DNT DEIdYIiT TttTH EXTRACTED 1rHoLJT PAIN IJ u Itsek p PRINOP1KLD KIT 1 LI DatI Work Strictly ratc1 9 1 i r JG AltJEl aI iirOboqrs8to9a mu ll2 pm Oissu over Haydon Drugstore fit Untw M D- v c ta Hen fawe I l orncro 1 PeIl WF1GRIGSBY floRNEY ATe LAW f as- iPnrLn k KY 1 f i WSRYATTBa rlI ver Ied Crowr Drug i t ss 6o boars Hyatt 1030 to 12 m4to 5 pm isINY MAYS JUaElAtYIICTO B 1 ilIDll uSlnEM BALMER IIItiO IE tirdpyiaOIHEHEEDfrI I i 4 t o JUO1B8 i4c time g bedlIe- oir Y a YSprlfie1dj d Mo 41Lires Louisville att 4l0 p Bardstowa Junction J522 p m Bardstown 6C6 p m jtrrrva at Springfield 655 p m Ko42 Leaves Springfield at on 600 k in j Bard own 645 a mOBariiitpwri Junction 730 am arlvw at LoniavHle 820 a m N I No 43 Leaves Louisville at c lt mBa dikn Junction 910 am Btrdstown 1045 am rriT at Springfield 1215 p m lTo44 tjeavear Springfield at 100 p m Bardtown 220 pm Bar town Junction 410 p nf tarriTiB afciLouIsville 545 p m t1i NpvPi Sundays onlyLeaveha Spriiiffield 715 a mj 800 a nf Bardstown function X M845am arrives at jLoulsville 93iam da- r uNO 9J Sundaj s only Leaves an Loivi114i 600 pm Bards to 5Bt Jwcction 645 p in Bards 5towB 7UOp marrivesat i3ptingli1dat85pm- Bu al LEIANtNSKiNGFIELD AUTOMO ItE LINE SCMEDULE Leave Lebanon Leave Springfield liN Station Walton Hotel 7JOam 830 mOlOapauniiv 100 pm 406p m 600 pm to BaOpin 730 p mle4 fO9am Sunday 200 p m 14hi Fr Ciel j 11UV4 in Wiany of IIH districts It linlit ovtr flu fitn4Htiib tyR liar per VtHkIy fhise vast subter ra ntIht huJllllnnnd gal frrks pri3du that potHijjr iiveninus nouud wh1cha1 rV1Iijias4e Vaiiglrard Jlon troupe and J iloatsourls qtMrters when heavy carts IMS rapidly along tile coarsely neUlejl roads The streets are jtben m like Ultrous drums beating funeral MKS to the grave over that vast fCfinsaoQ gntve of ten Centuries of Parisians with Its millions of skeleton 0 kad That quaint iittie Gothic house at the coraer of the Boulevard Bds jjMiilvwhlcb imany an American artist wt feeaember from his student dlYBa A actually taR1 private staircase tendCi lug te the catacombs from beneath n t herBKUcallr closed stone stab just ini front of the doorstep t LtAMln M He Krvevy Him Ask d andet tIe clyjll service mlpv to write what he knew about Abra po1kj Abraham LlDcoln was born in lpnV tBcky at a Very early age His father RKSTwl ihe farally to Ohio floating 4we the iJlMlMlppl If he had Jiot rMaycllli by a marderer he might be Hfjnjfvtpiajrt He was intelligent MaH i4 CCHW estlIy bavebeenprtSJ as1dtrTiliafs the NeiIuI ipttjterVlth AirIii your IcIh I JMmtal ore lotlyv Ive gbfit t Hrt4 ik ifcy opiHks a Tcnt T fWixwrs replied Brightly TheyrIn etstt te and musty they cer IaLIly aed oekIg 01 that sort h4Sp1pthat Ptwr JifA iik l JllirP a4da to Ifet your I tW IIIM1ctt FM t r kj t1 yn t p St Ta L My llttlu Wea r YMtM l nrliMrJS t tpI a a r 1 kfo tlCJook L 1 TOWN MM uI iiJJa ii Ltl H aliening of Interest The JFtrefi st and Latestt AHAbtYeurMir Friends11 a Acquaintances It IT tT m carload fcf Biirdsell wagons res them atAO Klmballaf I For Sale 400 bisl1 Sc I ry che4m iniijiee liuineryatMis Willie Knotts P9ur bogs Tor sale at 75Q will weigh 200 pounds kRcin on Mrs Mull ca over Peoples Bank when you come to town is bnv your winter hstf T i Janes s01ctto WT rkins a fine farm ton Chaplin River FOR RBN 3 Eooms iin house on tieEaT DTapp fat 7ebl MrsiMullrcans over Peoples p tall and see our lineof milliPuiry Mss Willie Knott 0Lasf i andMisses Hats at the low vestdEnslI t tont arbTOvercoat Cloaks and Shoes Sat stayS M Campbell ee Mjss Willie NKmtt the ill nedor school bets ut rea on able prices T vOne 400 pound black helferr has been gpne for aboui one month Mrs E S Clements J F Smith sold to J T Wheatley his arm of 216 acres the Bardstovpitpike for 10 issWHleKn tt has just re ivefla large supply pf baby heaps b and school bats aJProtracted meeting begins in the Pr tNovwill nelTtie very latest millinery atr athen Bhaoers Winter ts at all prices uil be mWillisburg Saturr t bayClo pethingofdCapsatauctian SM C MPBELLn The sale of Be nf syaaker yesterday vas well attended o yers were present from sever counties of tne state Much valuable stock was sold andI v tberythingONE OF THE 250 KY AND J rnoFRMs I HAVB FOR SALE at Near Walton Ky 80 Acres el and rolling land goodi house two barns tenant house 1H A corn 3 A tobacco 3300 down Send for freefarm list atankncinnati 0alGTnrnerd WF Mann his farm near ney Hill Mr fiP Derringer sold his farm of 141 acres to J C Har Sonabiskfarmi fif01vo s T Between Springfield d Fielder Smiths on County ouit day a ladies gold watch greencbarPJ1attached a Miis f T MONTGOMERY m Frederickstown Ky LOSTon County Court DaY1v hile in the store 6 Gr ndy Mclntire a lladies purse contain 1I ing one five dollar bijl and three one dollar bills A large cro wdI was iu the store th 1rFinder leave at this office M Mr T Scott Mayes has 501 Idrr is fine residencs on the Laban Iaa on pad at the edg of town a 3dTf his farm of 77 acres lying im medIatelY west of the property B ThefMves j j smost modern dbest improved iavpiScesof property aboutSprlng field and the farm is rich atida r1hased frfGrundyjners will take possession of tbeir rEspective properly on Mt TOPIGS Rev RE C Lawson is I HarrodsTjurg this week in meeting at the 1st JPresbyteriannlurch of that place Consi qnentiy therewi1 be no pr ache gat toe Prestyterian church here next Sunday lrn4OSTAcoat between L B and S M Campbells Finder- will be rewarded bv leaving same at the NewsLeaderoffice J F Love Waterford Ky McErby Wbartoc the Reall r Estate men made the followings les last week The farm ot Ben Young of 00 acres to Tui r Derringer for 70 per acre Also the falm of John Collins off 100 ares to Richard Carey 10 rhi5 eracreTuThe ladies of the Christain churc are to be congratulated on the success of their dinner last Monday Tha handsome Su mor 125 Was realized aniS verybody who attended satisfied witb thesplendid dinner hich was served That Washington county boys e hard to down when they go away JroD home is a ain demon rated in the case of Walter JMatherly a Mackvilje boy who is now in school in William Jew ell College at Liberty Missouri He has recently been cbosea as one of the inter sociebv debaters O for this S ear and weare inform in ed stands a good chance to win the medal He is a bright boy and stands high in the estima tion of his college friends bu t Francis feuckman was arrested by Marshal Grace arid lodged in he jail last week on a charge of horse stealing It is alleged in that young Buckraan took a hprse belonging to Mr W A Clements intj borrowed a buggy d drove to Lebanon The a horse was found several dayfc after near Rileyfs Station and t e young man was arrested I M ar Springfield Ky The Grand Jury will take the matter up for considerationnext week Pursuant to an order of the District Board of the Burley Tobacco Society no election viiig been held in this countYIa rsons having tobacco pooled the 1909 crop are her tified to meet at the reg lprf voting place in each precinct on Tu seesdayed clock fortbe purpose of el- ecatingaprecinctWashington County Board of Control The Board elected at at time are also notified to meet at Springfield on the fol lowing Saturday Ndvember 6 1 oclock be W A Clements fie i bialloweenA Fishing Party to be given the home of Mrs B L Lit eys next Friday evening Oct e 29th 1909 Given by the Me owen Society Childrens Miss mo BandHours rom 4 to 10 Everybody cordially iqvite tojbif with us thuccessfulThe loose leaf tobacco mart ets opened yesterday with the st sales of the season f Sales aggregating 20 000 pounds were mpde at the Washington Count Tpbacco War b uset at pricl1s ranging from 9 to 18 ents witbC0 isnaverageThe aggregate amount Sof sal Sda wadeWarehouse was 22500 pounds atb pricey ranging from 9 to 17tcts r with arrl average of 13 cents per pound Circuit Court Begins The October term of the Wash ington Cirduitj Court Convened Monday with the Hon I H Thurman presiding The Grand ury was impanelled and sworn ys 1ieaihTuusday before a Jury andre dItilted in a verdict of guilty a fine of 10 was imposed The Grand Jury adjaurued Monday nti the Petit jfury Wednesday until Thursday succeeding elec- onday Tne following is the list of the Grand and Petit Juries respec tively J Bv W hartod J R I Davis Geo T Mayeii H M lOClol1 iLrritHinst Hey HW iori c Teeth ext iradted with it RAIN or t ffo iNGER charges Jf Wfienplates iwanteare 1 1 A1L WORK i= I Dope in this office lis flratclass r = vertlsed in every respect and jjust as f I IvYSTftLlARDDDS Sjf Springfield Ky siiI ScottrI W Willett B P Keel g A B Walker Mark l dt DLTJdlPerkins 0 N Willett Sam Ar nold OR Clements T B Jenk ins JFj GregnryJohn Harlowl Dee Hyatt Sam Crook J IHjjI D inevineParrishCbarleyINallpy Thad Aiderson Turner Derringer Milton KeeneRru e Keene Geo Armstrong Deathof Mr T W Reed atrs home near Willisburg on last esday morning after an illness of about two years from paralvr Isis Mr Reed was one of the oldest native citizens fthecounty having been born hei 74 years ago He was son of Thomas Reed rIand bis1 mother was a daughter of Ran dall Litsey They lived on the farm now owned jby Mctatgomery Reed near Valley Hill and it was on this farm tiat Mr Reed was rea ofredMrs Jane Millerj vhbse maiden name was Mcllyoy and to thislJ union three children were born namely Mrs W W Hyatt Mrs John Searcy and Lieutenant WeReed who is now stationedI the Pnillipinei Islands Mr Ae1iprowlnu andwasspsinesshis friends all whose fdrtune it was to know him In manner was always mild and courteous He always took a Jeep interest everything tbat pertained to the public welfare and it can be iSjbetteJcitizen Funeral services were conduc itatdalesI j JofJ were laid beside his J wifer inI Pleasant Grove cemetery T Notice 2All persons having claimsj rVJIFBIR ns knowing themselves id debt to the said decedent will call d settle promptly EDD Bllic Administttor The Bar Sinister p thTheSprinldy nigjit October 30 isone pf the ggest dramas coming this season at popuUr prices Then bY1t1Mrexpense has been spared by tlImanagement to make this thefrl most talked about attraction c Inta the road It is a great scenic JcTheWolt and is alap dealing with e people of the far North I tNe CornCMiiIi I Mr A C KinbaJ1 wfshes td fay that he has opened a new Ifl mill at the Casey shop arid ready at all times to accomo te customers Cojrn ground hile you wait Call and see J1 peJIt C 14z IIi Mis Maryi B Old rin j of Leb fa110bspent undai4ie dIMssMary Wtl field of 1au is the guest of MissNanuiei Shr h1nj i Mr H MMoss spent Satu businpssIJ bles Geene spent Sat urday Louisville tL Mr Ih T Grata spent ttye first jol the week in Louisville c Mid Lamott Spaldiug1 6f Leb anonspril SU day here i3sjNannie R pier has ro- Ii turned o her home in Bardstown lrl Pricev Messrs Lynn Mattingly apdj Lynn Spaldiug rf Lebanon were town one day last week Mrs Hpghr Le Smith will leave the last part of the week iora shprl visit to ref ti ves in Bardstown Mps Earrv Shader was called tt3 Horse Cave on account of the illness of her sister Richard Spalding and Ben P Simnis of St Marys College f parentshere eMiss Mabe Gooms of Bards town is the guest of Miss M- meBlndfndm Catherines Miss Addie spent her Mother wnIIMiss Laura Baker is relatives in Bardst DelIIhartMrs W F Booker has return from a trip to Cincinnati yGreene1 F mber of friends at Flinch on yeyesterdaylafternobn AIr present ent a very enjoyable afternoon anMrplfiedj nefisey Baker at this place yesterday Mess s Will Stiles a Jeo e Rapier of Bdrdatown were here Tuesday Rev Miles Saunders of Bull t county was called here Tues to preach the funeral of Mr p W othReedof Mrs SB tthompson and Mr act C Campbell were in Lotiisafvilla yeslerllaYl1 theMrlast Saturday in honor or Mrs W R S lecman and Mr W J bertson Notice to Taxpayers i a AH taxpayers of Washingtori county are notified that all taxes Hue the county of Washington and tote of Kentucky are pat due and must be paid If not aid by Dec 1 the law requires at a tax warrant be issued on all delinquents J S OsBouipE Sheriff J A SHAKING IP 1ayusts are concerned b Utl not when conies to chills and fever and jma larll aIl on tains no harmful drugs and aaacer as taxes If itdosentcure you ffet yout money bfck Sold by R jd rbss Drug Stdte KILL THE COUCH J AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR C8TrSJI AND illTHROAT AND lUND TlOUILEI- GU SLTImFAOTOZ OB XOKXT BXTTJKDED t r1THE 1 BAR SINISTER I At Opera House i 11 Saturday ght OOct 801 PoPULAR PRICES TI1 4ITp4 If WE AREt SHOWING 1 t coats were over from last Thm i stuff arid it is a get l of will go for cy k S i I i Everything for Orchard Lawn d Garden 00 ap- cauon No agents no F HILLENMEYER Ky JMPROVING THE REE1i QXK eminent xnfscon says tbnt old age Is caused liy germ In tlie find that ninn vvouJd live longer with It ntiiiiuuitVd Au er wants to ward oft Indigestion lj cut f rug out thewcm A third wciald lojv oJf the uppeiv right at the start without giving ll chance to get gay und l fourth Is cUppIng off the tonsils Perhaps child of the future as soon as na ture has turned it out In the niw state will at once turn d ocr to theIsurgeons for the finishing touches j fitted out with an internal engine to perform tho Cunctfo done Inn hesitating tnnuucr organs of tie body Th re timewhcu the sick map going to the doctor will away to the repair shop fur treatment11 Worth Us Cost When something for nothing By chance you may feet Its Kortli what it costs you On that you can bet And still more distressing j Of worth are as shy j Thq bargains In landscapes 11 mines and in stocks That cost ITut a trifle Iftaken In blocks May corup aklUng v And dividends pay Buttjnost 9f ttiim travel l pposlte way The Joflln aiid douffhniils 4You papturo With pain That oml with n struggle Tlij hard worketl for guln Mtiy not ibe or value Hut It It Is not You know liow you cot It And hat helps a lot This something for nothing As1ounrC aware IIs but a delusion And likewise a snare Indeed you arc lucky And working It stponff If son ething for something Pans out right along Its Uses Money Is for men to earn Indeed J Yes And how about women u r uQh It Js fqrt hem to spend A Judicial A mellow old lawyer who used to Jive on the banks of tilt had fallen seen struggling home so boozy that he apparently could not split a shingle io say nothing ota hair One night when he was drunker titan usual he staggeredt completely out of ulsTCptirnc anti could not flint It Realizing jUtfl He waft lost and drifting Into uufuinHiar regions lit called nt a house ttoask for information Aludttin he gravely said to the ludy who wt me tu t lie door caudle In JIIudutUu you tell bicv me where Squire Blank IivesT Certainly she Kalrf and gave him full directions Bat as she talked and looked aiid as her chtidlo gntdiifiltx brought out the features of the man before her n puzzled expression lea nm Into her face liUd she finally eald Uiur Isnt this Squire Blank Madam replied the old Ifttvycr ns aumlua Judicial uto r ThJJ IJ U Jhe largest lline of i Meli Bos w Suits arid ever ijflsprjfli field from 5 to v 25OQ Tte Cuts and Iwies IIW IWeIIr f carried season itgood clean rarechanceto such BargainsSome them UnenicrforThe R9bertsonClaybrooke Co1 LINCORPORATED t rIit and Ornamental J REES Catalogue Lexington InrKerIutestlne pQssibllitiea hn 1soongnsollneI nmyJomeI buyAnti Reprooft Androscogglc 1But tlifliJftjMtiielj aM OYOrcoats shown Nest which HALF PRiCE JI M f i DRINK I e PflNTBf lV 1 T H II rIIt Bncy 7j ILccilcJ Good an TItI i TAI Goo JItlsGo i FAN TA The Pennant Winner APAZThJ1iioftheS oi1w TRY IT AND FIND OUT i Its I rktiti tirlrl ririihts t I I iCELBSS SODA FOUNTAIN 4i4 d jtI W + I TDTAPP n + Successor to Wharton Sc Tapp r it LEADING LIVERYMAN L Jr Lfi i 4 ii1t i ai Horses fed and properly cared lot lifer se ggleS carrJazes f c hire Safe driving horses a liy x any and all ocasioms7or hire io t J COMING INDIANS FRPM the wise and learned doctors have studied up by gaslight C6mea the cheering 1nfanationhThat by reason of We shall very soon be red men LJHe the Indians primevaltHiawathas little brothers For by re ion otthe sunshine All the blQnds are duo to vanish Its sklddop to every towhead The brunettes will bo thq peopleIWhen the proud and pink C1ucaslaaI Has been here sufficient summerf So the rain and wind and weather Of the climate can set action Ho wllj then instead of being William Jones the naughty banker Thomat Brown the bill coHectorf Peter White the Maker bAndBo a chieftain proud and haughty GopherSwlnginginthalIammOCk rleytOr some other gaudy creatuttWith a lot of paint fathehJiiawuthaa little brother Though we may not like the pro pct We can only grin and enrltMan may sail upon the bceaa Hun the noisy locomotive 1HandleAnd perform some other marvels But he cannot for a minute tCannait tl1nwtse And learned doctor No mistake for sure Js making kquotnt1oal9ftbe i Trtdng Avlltvltinay be that the Ore beenwWft- nder his chain and Unlocked tlte Nt1 bin helped hlmaeJf end crawiii 0ck Jt may be that thelilrd with a be yflng caiue and tappfca oa the gttijw doj1tI and buried the eyidesc WO cannot MJ as la thesi tbic a tnpy are f ample Wt t rt s fi are igettllif Justs pttto us V though 4twere ttaking dt5PmTAqabsev of it cerUln tfltO- 1iir Tfrw FlCItltrl ret ffJ-p uIt1Izk t A r THE DIAMONO Cijrra His Skill HaiMiCb W D 1MMT j kriiftcy Sf the Gw WheutheexrtlMtte can tell In a iasewucaUK from and fvin wIiut lately or uaw yvw koVlibr Us coktf wbie It t f 4tI1fersl- and even In South Africa iNNrt t rors are fou idlfn dlfertMt mfctaii In the rough tblIass4brUIiaucy for th rt b a cs Jfjimstt be cut n way Nifirf k tfefr f1 erly refract tte llftit and It ii tMa tn power of refractiiHi which Ikwt HM j e1ll1nnc of a dkti4isi im ri feiythlng to do wRh its vAsl thS j market The afclU f sWeat f terhas M ch tofo wwh k1atmt j this sll4Ue l Bs M 4s e cam wHh u M at k m nCiose aid as NWI tJte DkI aft rIia17 fMMiitkw dId th entffj affect ealj parte ot that h ecpet ctHtcr iab efe ri ii he Mfw IMW it wIt t1It to the TaM e5U it jfncffaw to1 pSaI h p hflIm kaSf r Hi ttlt W tb wrtrtu Wilt fbtew tM ellil i dOItI IM i ktW tea j b s rtectt 1 ii WIIIut at- hk tbSdISIUS flevb aaaY 1 e 1I tOIeV tro- U BMOy PiM A taN etl- mIab facets = 1MI aat they thai It r ksi tit a oantt Mat hiM Ji 1 w w 4iIJtii HAZItg 7 H i 5feiv t1tsMswC RAISES iUdtt n V Hb Own MrtL = Di3ht of thIUp- pi A c4 Friq His stkTrvbls h t f pftKPfi te Iiltary Ie IIbI pst cz 41d4 1iMI b v iI4o4lI4t IkI utiwrvidIscOi1fl- c It hr1fdcteHIIybcome- ioI4b psat A third ot acien T h ot be1N wefl MSM7 of unique A is4Nlte wIo hailed frOi 4 oC ilMatit aI4 iHxoiBs lineaud f th Allegheny rnoun ksyof kis own expo n fNif rftli mwfxmed fejlo Mteffd ta academj 410 a v hd ben assigned to a pa fth 41t iltiki tji frIeniyS5IOSNf4StLl veri weeks after bit fff4 tbe iicadetny he rece1v Ia toim Ms good iiother in had aekww a clipping from N7 lWIT-lh INPMIoId the fst that jrjiiaintyilr kd fcelvefl an ap frriainiiat 16 Wait Iolnt hind had left i JBli pfiHrt Mriml days before Urat ja iina ta y txteodtd confratvlatjlons f Afc j ag aMMt tb United States aia nraMat wfM to be much more- partly esrtiiIstdt upoa obtaining ct as af I mbyo soldiers a mkn fI tiw4r eoiaw Ity tue son of attci CiiipBk kP Wi e tire and greatslres as l besaaIIy aoble a young man f Mborf rtfroach pf frat intellect arid W ML to pake his mark in any jean hictsteyI ariick hwplred liz reciplcBt wk pdd d Isasure He fou hi i iaijou1bk IP wfrain from anowmgrlt i fl 5 ro nyiatr and1 an hour aft- e5JJflW1 4 W accoeted while Si oki fey aM n1PerIaIS usa WJM Ii d W n drilling kim mod p iMi Ww yfy MveW JLt thte meeting 1s np ir eN M wlw ww abUt M1 k4d at Mm ptefiaBly1 v I M b cap and ea Mr I taMNbir beg yew pardon for baring We teni wki ypu I did not tI sijjNHr witfl a HW Moments ago what a 4ltiHl ci iahiil and iBtellectval young a y i irre To honor US by be- CWfcMTW8f WC Tbt pkeaed Ipitebe never for a auMnat cgnting Mischief grinningly re ptita Taafa all right Mr X i 1WgtT qa- Teat ieTenlujc while the plebe and Ma roetumate were engaged tn study there WHS a koook at their door and there enteeed tbewpper class man vho kwi accosted aad apologized to the pJeJin om the stairs he being accpin fwniW by a dozen other upper class aes Be thus addressed the plebe t rfr rr here are a number of your besther cadeta who are deslrpus pf klll what a particvlarly dlstin fiiMedrjMui they have among them Nsa wi1 tarefore kiodl7 read wbat 1 9Mir 9Wip MTaiiyi pC you 4 ec 5tjnir1wt the 4 etpliaed tnnnaer and stgeijr eye of Ihe Wnte tipperclasff man- d e edIenv En1bsrrassehe M wiu WlB ly read the whole article at the ceaciwalosi of which the little upper- V IIIN hiai ftnted that the reader had ifiviublVi In parts hkd failed io cnun t rltedl tftctjy and required the poor 4 ftfrea it again ThuS having hen aehe all shook hands with him anMipparentlr most deferential man y eritiler which tim little upper class nriu z4ite I that they would call the v t a ir augmented by other ca 4S 4 v4u SiSTtiat In the meantime the plfl e would commit the article to v Tuejncwy and lie in readiness to repeat it when they calledSIlls BianHer brooded no disobedience The call raa made the next evening the iiminber of cadets icing nearly r tjif diiuble that of the prevfons evening k t and be repeated the article being t prompted br the little tipper claM tfl55 B faie the departure of bis vjs tirs he wafl informed that be woujd 5 4 5he YWted the next evening by a stlrf grster uaraber cadets and he WM s wAervfl to tkk prepared to declaim tffe artk k 4ekting virtues fb vIattaa isadc and the declnthd- tia rejiiiecM Be was then informed ZT Ihat he wtwdd be again visited the fol prepareShimself so as To be able to render tho irt3eW IB song This ybl was made Jbe iOoIfl fcelng fairly packed wItbja- d tI aad the poor plebe was re 5 qulrpd to stand on a table and bowl the article from start to finish for he had not the faintest undpRitanding of Fsing or turn n June in after years jie said that If he had ever had aMj egotIsm In hi composition it was ioinpjeteJj knocked out of him by hoc lug to handle that artlrte as he had to I lmiidle ILJ W Dunenfl in Lippin ottL 4 V Th aIack Hand Business c Mrs Bart Jiy hnsbaud got n letter- coday saying sdinPthlngidreadfni would itppehnlf be didnt send the writer n tim it iioppy 3klrs Smart My bus i beild gt dlinued for his bills too jo tJn rln nscrpt Sams Tling r 4 JkrHbler I doiitllketbe word chaos iJlre ineit synonym Scrawl crllow would houKecleuulug time do7 14i M IMiUadelpkia Itecprd J1 Mory Ilbnt the unrolled scroll of rppbecyvGarfled eparteeSUjOfl ynnslr Mirnr fi ilvMRlffYonJare privileged tS look I o nw3Ii any character you fro zii1iiiVogue the Cause bfMany- Su tdeft B6atlis There isi ia dijea 6 fevailhlg in Jiib iOMMtry djji ero Wl3 cau5eso decepv tive Manysuciden deaths are caused jjy it heart dis ease pneumonia heart failure or- J apoplexyaroftcn- A tke result of kid I2ley disease If L kidney tronblo Is allbwedtoadyance thekidneyppisonr snj ed blood will at ts the vital organs causing catarrh of the bladder bnck ust or sediment iri j the urine head ache back ache lame t back lifezmess sleeplessness nervous 8es or tbe kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles alnipst always result andIbsttci Ijjalth in that organ is obtained q kvt by proper jreatment of the kid pva Swa ipRoot corrects inabilityto JjclJurinc and scalding paininpassingitj id overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often throng the day and to get up many times duripg the night THe mild andimfiiediate effect j of SwampRoot the great kidney remedy 4s Boon realized Jt ftatids the higocst p jcanse pf itsftniark blo health restoring iprppertles A trial will convince anyone SwampRoot is pleasant to take and is sold by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar size bottles You may have aple ottlo in4 book that tells ifl Mtlress1DrWhen writing mention reading this gen erous offer in this paper Dont make tnyx mistake but remember the name JSwainpllpot and dont let ft dealer ell you something in place of SwampRoot of you do yoa will be disannointed JUST IN TIME The fqulr Wasnt Actually Nigh M He Was a Little Close They were discussing tim salient traits of old Squire Gregsous charac ter the funeral lethg a thing of the past Some way or not her between his golnAn the buryin nobody felt jiree to speak Abel Jsuttuiff had said as an introduction to his remarks 1t seemed uioren likely hed come to again an call us to account same as usiiay He was free to give to pbylanthropy an tbe church said Barton Sedgwlck when bis turn came butlin the fain ly circle called him kind p Close wont g s furs to sty be was actuMi ly nigh but be ccrtniy was 6fud o closeAs bow Inquired three voices in unison They all had plenty of In stances of the old squires closenojss but It way Bartons privilege to speak first be being a cousin once removed Well was there to a Sunday din nor with him last December said Barton Slowly He invited Sally an me same as always once a year- Wehy Sally had one o those stuffy colds that make you feel worsen if you had pueuraohy an she vowed she wouldnt go She said she couldnt taste anything nnyway an the mere thoughts o his cold porjc an boiled potatoes went against her But she wanted I should go for policy same as all us relations went anI did 5Well when I got there an told squire he satd Sally not cominl an clipped it right out into the kitchen lea vln the doors open nil the way Here1be said tg old lane Wills baveSnigood Su lift put Mis Sedgwlck potato an itll be jut right tb fry for my farejlkfast tomorrow he said for rMIs Sedgwlck la kcp at home with cold LifHt out careful Thats rlgBtr- An when be comeback tome he was all creased up wlthsmiles he was so pleased with himself Youths Companion SEEING UNDER WATER The Refraction of Light and tho Linir itihg Angle of Vision One of the most peculiar things in connection with life under water is what is known as the llmltiug angle of vision This applies to tlshes divers submarine crews and in fact any be lug possessing die power of sigbjt arid desIr1ngtoloulci1kougb the water at objects in the air The effect w not duo to a defect In vIhSn but urtoe re fraction or inMuIing of light antI no telescope onfutlter optical iustrumeni ran get jirojyniji Tin eTct onrtLsts of the iwposslbil ity of sff gg any thing on the outside unless thf bjerver directs hlsjJEne of lgtitwIttiforyigi3t degrees bC the I1eaIh1L ftfly4LnP dsgreqnh1j1iq- ti iden lw surui tio matter nowcjVar the water iidsns n per iect njrr r and rtffletts objects nt tR hntjpui uf the wjiior thus not Ulowlti uythi ig on the uutxide jto e seett The VPl illiri f this pvoperty Is the most startling of alL for rverythlng on the outside tiyi be seen uuij thus link to be teen n the cone tioscribed by tin fortyeight degree angle froni theT eye This shows all outsdeob Jects huddled together and niipeariug high In air Thus if one dive Into Vh middle of a wide river on looking up the banks wilt appear close together but at iv great distance from tlfp ob server high in air This angle Is called the crltlpal angle and of course varies with the two mrdinin contact Ifone desires to make he experiment n square plass box or an gqunrlum will answer very well Siisi oiul ibis froin Up CeilflgVr supliuct It ou a wilt hrnrket fad Irtok under it atnn angle Tui1 phenomenon wMJ be obscrvtd us ttt11tited Thp finror the water and tiji tfohgprlhe itpljtibi mrre clearly Vill things nppeur ChkagM Record Jlernld Just the Diffsrence Ilow di niwijcbers do out In this country asked the visiting English man of the friendly westerner who was showing1 iilm about No sood replied the cow puncher Ueallyi I beard they did well Itawnchers dont but Fanchers do lisa pispg heard I aa orWomaa in the ofgtultdr skame but bean eoed d taiffr af dYhr4 help ISecretsItyi44t pcaat of i Lceo aIioliseIy sad a rk4i if the s iit whea u 4 t Womais Th rcs by kater aboIutelyithout tI IN perfectly iain envelopes without Zpoa1hip Write without5r as withs tI4a Diapsasary Mdio AsocitioDr R V ffumor and 1 FIQsoPiy POSTPONED PLEASURES 1D Uke t9txi11Ing ship UogaJaaln bovatIie people wh6 below Were with tjieitv fears debating Id hike 10 Salt above the town And say Ah there my hearty Come up today The air js thin T6 sonic tat anclenm arty Id lllce to circleIn the clouds Around aOovo and under A summer storm that might see Just how they made the thunder And 10 dlscoverhow apd whore 4ts noise ear splitting hatches Afod with tha lightning llgjit faiy pipe When I ran out of matches Above the housetops would dodge And round the Windows flutter To hear the screams the frightened girls Jn seeing me wop Id utter Anl ihtn Id pick a pretty one Iitflda curialabldlng Auil usirhpr to nu pn her hat Mat unii wltfi rnejoy riding UB tro to tbrpsJ tie Milky way Where taid sfbr the arkins- TQ skip ground among the stars bnakn8utqt Nor frlerids Who stand for torches Ill wait until they rig the thing With patent safety clutches Holiday Twfc Finding the north puh Is like sliding offnu iceberg If tile glacial forma tlou Is In the right place you strap on snowshoes start going nnd tumfrlo right into the shot without further ceremony t To show how easy it Is two men discovered Jt about heSame time without eating ni siipgre boot top to cheer them on iheJr way We have limiJboking nt t1II job of hunt ing tlii jiSle as a hVrd one be ruuse yhllt we went hlxmt it the right way vl MlFtnt go far enough IttaUps iiiither stflH nor prnctU0 AiuQtie who will siart north mid keep goIng must stiiiiilile uu It 4 Outlook Dark rTLI41 young itiiiii sat by tlib rortilRide tin l1IcIr of despair His elbows wre ou hits iinoes and In his hajida rtHttHl his chin and a more rbrloni looking object could not he imagined Whnt the jiatter pardT nsked a friendly jrnserLy OccMipiitlon gone thanks to these jiutos unit tlying tnachln And what is your ojcupatiou u Stock brprijWi xXuw tame thieif Rural Acumen fHave y u any dollar nips for r30 cphtsi g edthe bright pity chap rushing Intthe crqssrbad tore and waiting for twine one to smille at ills pleasantry No replied theew gdlng clerl hut wehave some3Iifty coot caps for n dollar Jlpwj niapyshail 1 wrap up4 for youT L Evening iThings Up Ypu owe me an apology Dole YOU do v Thpn uDpiogize You pwe mev10 Do 4ougi John ybtrkriow that Jcnksbaby is n handsome child You ought to qult knocking lr But ivWaspralflutrtt Im i8lnjfi eu said it looked just litre its father J In the Match For Points Ibe parenthesis said to he Cornma Yoflr luck as a shqrt stop neer swerves Im afriid tmnot Intl much longer For the dash his fet on to my curves Ought tonow Vhnt Is thrtijfttf ttftTr doing 1tIkinghistyt jlxwkp tp nne as tU9Ugh be was cut ting poni t I a ked itfin and he aid iqy 5Even Worse The ironbl vitb gome people la that courting ends With mnrriage1 f Except divpr oiiurtliig PERT PARAGRAPHS Sjinp uquiie4kbUdihldfrfl freiitJa htiidti fi desIr to keP Ihelr neiKll suffering fron ennui Tbe slforteirK me people are tbV longer their grow A man uvnif y dead anxious to pits that be owes to himself And toe differ euccls unit some WcpIje kupw where they are gylng but are ild ho httste to be on theway ThWe are iwn kindsW people in the wWui those who kuow them swlves tV be fools and t tlie who oplv know others to be fools It b lot riwler to say n iupap liiuu it is to explain what yon ddu1 inijiu afterward It Isnt juin Iwnt to bo a producer You must learn to tInih what you prV Jiiie or elptf join the 9down and ju itoh Confession ily dosk flayVl wlqh you could sooltl youd see assure you a fright 1 vrondcr how somo people ihamigg- To keep a desk straightened outrIght Twpuld give a good Jiousokeeper fidgets To gaze on the tangtwl debris And one who to slang was addicted Would shudder ant sayS llully gee To speak of confusion confounded A babel n papers and trash Would justin a menstjrc describe It A jumble of newspaper hahDuos clippings and letters unanswered And postals from frlends farjiway And effort fronj poets subftflttcd l And badges from last Labor day hear that the Diggers discover In rUins of Egypt anti Rome Jljclrtrfeaaures to sell to collectors fcoineltrondor artIdAnd patiently took It apt C3 I think as I come 1n thr4ilAnd clear a space heremay write Ill Cc11Lnfr find a feWUAuteg nigt1tButAfy labors and hasten atrny Xloofciiath dismay on the chaos Abi1sttthetaSkpfft1Ilnexda7 Worn Women Women worn and tirecl from overwork need aMlu X Jli j willnottardui that effectual remedy for the ailments and weaknses ofn Thousandz of woqien iiave eatbenefitxperiinent use this reliable ofttried medicine lAKE CARD UI The Womans Tonic Ss Eena Hate of Pierce Ha trieH tJarM 0113 tfferwara 7Tpte t4I was a Biifferer from nIL Borta of femala trouble iiitd pain breathIft my eiLTryAT ALL DRTia STORL5I Woman Controls Vast Fortune Mrs Edward H IJarrlinan who by the terms of her husbands will was made his spie heir titus becomes one of the worlds richest women The fortune left t y tIm bile railroad ujag nate Is valued roughly between 50 and 100000000 Mrs Hjirrl man can trace her Ainerloap ancestry thick to 1030 For two centuries her forbears have lived in the northern section of New York state men of sol id respectability and women of sOcial position She Wa Miss Mary William ibm Averoll and her birthplace was Ogdensburg tIer father William Xx arch was the head of n banking house s4icsMAnt w AirnzA tud proMdent of tiSe old OgdensUurg ind Lake ChuniplHiii RHilrnnd coin 1itny whfch in uuwthe ItMiluiul Her iMi Ofiitber JiMfce Aie clJ a dls tinilhied jutlst Stem aH6r lyavlriabwrdhi school nrrimanfit fo0rfbsur Sg clidren wre born t t1teiti and nWsii rvive save the ldest Edward IfJrrlmnn Jr ho djcd to Ulfuiwy Ttfe other chiklnn nr dtjiniellH the wie af Robort Ljv iIton Gerry Marju wbo was recent ly reported engngodt Hobart W On- elt Qarol who hits uly entered Hn clofy V AvcreU I lie eldest mat who learning rnIlroadU and Huktnd a bpjr Iii Ills teenij stjijlglng under a prl Ai e Inter Mrs Harriman iip tibht consWerable money to fver htisWfiiint a tlirtc whan he needed it meat J1e laid mmlea J fiilinut beginning hnt ei rftnl wn what he lacked antI he feuml if with hits bride TIlKt little fortune WAS the foitudatlon upon which he roared tin mountain of wealth tljnt now passes unroscrretily to ills lfe CHANGE Tt3 RApTlCE iyCGQlWlJsG to t4tt kwtd guesser of a celebrated eiteMydj bughonse tea and coffee do as rouK wt rk with the dtilitate fvmule systvMi i alcohol does With qien i Aftor they hhvr Iliwrorcil over the breakfast cup for iinloiber of years their nervous Qrpitite ions brpln to took like westirnra ne itlislings aft atyclouie has tlnilksl w tlieiii Now wllj the women put the cjip away its rnaolutely as they bsveeii tilling the man they would shun this hewing bowl If they were the male orbri ot the world2 It Is such a fine ojiportjlblty for them input some qf their pi theories lute iiactIee tliat tliev cui irdly full to ernbracettWiliLltlihUnt 2 11A 50cent bpl le of- ii Scotts Emiilsion given in halfteaspoont- doses four times a day mixed in its bottle will l1aa yearold ballrnear Wy ly aVmonth arid foar bot ties ver three r tl dnths f Wand wll make tHft baby strong dve11 a dwill the iundator for a5 healthy rbuSt b5ri- r1 I FOR PALE BY ALL DRUCCISTS Stid lOc name t and for curtfeflutiful Saving RankWd Clnifts Sfett Book Each bank tntaiks a ItSKd Ludc Penny V t 5cor A SERVED SEVEN DAY Possibly iBhe felt my gaze for HIlt turned And her lace ivan worthy iii her tfure Iwo bright blue eyes met mine for an instant before their owner walked on I gazed after her till she was out ot sight Then gazed at the sacred spot on the pavement where she had stood nnd behold there lay a little purse picked it up reverently and hastened after her but she was lost in the Urong of Regent street l reached Oxford circus and turned tad retraced my steps and presently tIa4v the girl atgaIn 0 lie fras Into another shop window II picked iny way delicately through the femi nine crowds My arm brushed hers and the blood rushed from my heart to my elliS She turned Our eyes met rtnd by nil tim saints In heaven her eyes were l rowu It wits not she but another girl dressed exactly like her My mud fell front my liar nnd gasped an apology I was wriggling a way whon a hand grasped niy wrist and tried to wrest the purse from me I turned and ieheld a large man Ah would your Ito said QuIet tl dug his knuckles Into the back of my hand restrained a fierce desire to Indict similar treatment on his coun teuailcc and said Let go you assl eant you are Im not u ftiekpocket I pied up this purse He minutes bgo and V Yes Ive heard alt that before jsevr eral times Uaye you lost your purse Sbmiss The girl with the brown eyes searcli ed 1u her pocket iYes intro she exclaimed broke out Into a cold perspiration Wrenching my wrist free l held out the purfte Dut tns ianot your pursej But It ls Oh you bad wicked maul t felt you take itl i This settled the matter 1 was marched off to Vine street between two policemen The imaglstratq was sitting been searched I wa placed in dock and the girl In the witnfess boxjj She made1 a prqtensb of being spired In tears and pathetically be soughtthe authorities to release me lint the raaglstaite spothiugly explain ed to her how necessary It was for the protection pf honest people that rogues should be punished At length thb wretched Woman committing per Jury for the sake of a paltry purse suffered the oaf h to be administered fluid swore the purse was hers was taken away to the cells and a little later to PcntonyHIe In this impolite retirement 1 spent the seven most hldepus days and jtilgbts of my life But fr the eighth day caine release A Svarder entered my tell dod with more respect than I had yet received in the prison told me that my innocence had been dis covered ily good name and my cJotlies burr Ing bicu restored to me was re quested n refreshing change from be tug ordered to step tUtu a private room Here I found three ladles a nmJoHtlc matron thiv girl with the brown eyes who hind procured inc u Weeks living free of e peuSe juid marvulous to relate the girl with the blue eyes with whom I was still in love fcoth girls were except lor their eyes exactly alike Twins began to see The girl sItii the brown eyes had tears iri thenj Thp girl with the blue eyes also hud her handkerchief to her face The nmtronsail gravely Sir an awful wrong has hewn dqne to you for which I question whet her wo can make adequate amends I CuR however express my hiost deep and sincere regret But before eiP deavor to explain permit me to Intro GeoffreyFcathertoncr ters Mabel and Alice Pardou me Mrs Featherstone I said have already had the honor pt an Introduction tp Mls3 Alice Feather stpne and the result pf the Introduc tjon was such that hinting no uattirai taste for penal servitude I would ruth er not pursue theiactjualntauqe Your anger Is just Mr FoIIx Rut explaInpahappened my daughters Svoro hew dresses exactly alike Mrs FeailieiJjtone thou proceeded Tjio drt s3inaker had made the pock ets of these dresses rlJiuuIously HhaN low Mabel declared fliat ala would never dare tu put anything In her jioek et fur fear of Jiuvlhg It tJiken but Alice laughed at the Idea and declared that slie Avits conmotcnL to gilitri lila poclut If Msblwas tInt Jlhey wejt KliopphiK aucl Alice injdstid oil put llig tier purse in her pocket It had nut boon tinre fqr five minutes before 1ilbreuir PuueiovQ9t nilselilt took it out unuoicelved br Allee and put It iu IILI ywti pocket The girls hcfaine orVidrDd lii jlegont street iiml the- 5pursi must hiiyc fullen ut pf Mabels IHckPt when you saw h0r Alice tlld LiMt miss It till she saw It in your hiwd nnil thenwhatt could she think- V Uh t1r 1UIIx exelalmeil AlIce phiise forgive me Oh jdortse fM jyou Vvlil try to forgIve tut1 Mabel an had it liO1- jits and Wt did not pfaii fojr a whole bWelk iUfcthU nnrnlng whwn KIP tjuiie to na It1IS1u It Call For Election STATE OF KENTUCKY fCounty of Washington June term of the Wasniniton County Court June 28 lopa andfiled4 of precinctNdWashington and moved the court to hold an elec tion at the next regular November election 1909 to take the vote in said precinct whether or notstock shall be ahiowe4to run at large on th publip highways la said precinct Itis therefore ordered that the Sheriff opertheballots whether pr not stock shaW be allowed to run atlargein said precinct Copy Attest W F Bppker Clk In compliance wb the above order l given Item the Washington Vount olNorthcpunty Ky that the polls will be iopened on the next rt1ar November Election day 1909 foj the pay pose of vplfijg in said precincTas tp whether or no stock shall run at large in said North precinct No 1TS Osbourne S W C1 Call For Election STATE FZE TUCKyl 1saCountyAugust term of the Washingtpn County Court August 23 1909 This day came Wi P Pinkstpfi and filed a petition signed by twenty legal voters of Brush Grove voting precinct NP 12 of Washington tountyv Ken tucky arid moved the court to hold an election at the next regular No vember election 1909 tp take the vote in said precinct whether or npt stock shall be allowed to run at large in said precinctt It is itherefpre ordered that the Sheriff and officers pf saideleotipn will open the polls and have placed on their ballots whether pr not stpck shall be allpyved td run at large in said precinct Copy Attest W P Booker Clk Incpmpliance with Jheaboye prder given from the Washington County Court I hereby notify th0 voters of Brush Grove PrecinctNo 12 of Wash ington county Ky that the 6polls will be opened on the n xt regular November Election day 1009 for the purpose of voting in said precinct as to wh thero not HLucK snau run uu precrncNo12J S OsbournQ S W C AIfBwi lTppubta- Ia releived almost indtantly by iiainI Dr Bells Aunt Pain it destroys di j sease germs and stops JnflaWatipnj JCeep a bottle in tlienouse pld everywhere vshtz me in 01 nnoniefpnrse in place pf the one she bad lost and then I saw what a fearful thing 1 bad done There was a short silence and th in Ilaughed heartily und lonjrfr t dined With the Ieatherstoiies that evening jnderweli to jiut the matter In a uuLshoil my wife has blpeeyes dear end bright like filluips s of beavea A Humor and j V Pjiiiosophy By WftCAJV M SMITH Cap Use aDozcn When you stand lu need pt backlog And the talk Is loud Then It is that you discover There la not a crowd PERT PARAGRAPHS Then Is a dItTerept of oiiini n nOwhether angels arexmen or women but out of a large experience we bayo con eluded that they are neither Nest In hboinlnntlnn to the 9 falti you so nina Is the why didnt you mu a A diplomatic in dlvrdnsii uever knows any Tat pepjile no matter how nmnyf utoul robust persons be wily have ou lle calling listi A poor excuse that U accepted Is much better lUau a good out that is r jectechS Keep your tern per You neyer know when you will haYeuse for It There Is many a tip between the sup and the sip 4 You cant be accredited with good In tentions If you really know that they Uii Unly Intentions hud never wI11be tuylhlug eise I Of o kind Sonib young men go west anti ro roke while others more sophisticated stay at homo and grow old on their dads bands Unnecessary v The suburban husbuud hadshut bp fox terror inside the gnte with euro and started dpwn tlie street with n iastwave for little Avlfey standing In the doorway when lie just happened to thinli By the wity dear he filled If by any misfortune cant feet bouie to dinner nj send out n note by toe uie scnger and ht qUite untieessnry leLw- lfoy utnsworedrveetly 14tjIyfound that note In your eoat p ts Truth Comes Home Slowly guess said the wise old codgor the public innst be satlsflfdtha Ive been nothing but an old fossil for the fist twenty years or so ireaihsLa hap t MOTH EMS OATS SIRLOIN STEAK HAM MUTTON LUCFISH V BREAD RICE POTATOES ONIONS This table shows h MotheYsOati are the best food They ita more nutrition than the same bulk of almost anything else that eo piii You can put more sound flesh oh your hcjk you can put more life arid vitality in gfef marowyou can put a tiper richer deaier bloodin v yourbaonacalpvttlrsiy ptner food that has cveriiaifound Ask your grdcec about the Mothers Oats reeikGvofccr which wiil erSjOL per c6nt of your fuel bltt and iuee ui eccssary to keep bending pyer a hot stoVb Given free wisk coupor foA in packages of tiic folIvizigtere1s 4 fIJoUier Oats regular an4TMaayIre Mot3cr CMUTM pi4rothea Corn M w1dteoryollow M tkVtOW F AU W C Uother Wheat HeatrNef Onbacal the wheat MotkCT OM TuVnmii riajMothers Hominy Grito 4 Hwiif J Mothers Corn Flakes toasted f Ask your grocer If he doesitkcep 1vothers Cereals write wJy giving his nlme andyours and we will send you free a ufai Jrofocm r THE GREAT WESTERN CEREALCoPANY breitimuMoi iLS trivomce osCOiicsi AKRON BOSTON foV HAVf KEW YORK PKliADEtPiLV IiCiGb niuunc J r = Do You Wiuit To Bi T We canel1 iouoneany sizeanyIocAtRmaay price Wetai e ready at all times to abbirtjQHGpi and see us cAbout iH V 100 FARJ1S inotir hands See partial list below No I I6Oacres 5mUesfrpm Lsbapon S ilesSpriseI4 9 To9m dwelling In good repair barns plenty of gy ss p sty5e water all under good fence Price 5000 pet aCre NP 2 237 acres six miles from Springfield ion g4 lii iZ dwelling houses 2 stock barns 90 acres of new land plpf Ipf ra s plenty pf never falling water all under goQd fence F ENo 3 19S acres milfe from SpringrfleTd 2 duelling houses 4velling houses 2 barns plenty pf water all of farni n graesaIlj under good fence Price Sp5 per Acre Z Np4 86 12 acres 1 mile east or MackvlUeV 8 room dwell iHrj good tobacco barn all PUtbutldingB fine orchard pf i taeej fjQt kinds of fruit all under good fence plent watetpiety ol gratf Price 3500 t fc Np 5 I2ft acres r mlte frpm Sprfri Gelo S3rtu11j5 fiompikeT 5 rppm dwe1hitfgin good repair JO acre tpbacrpMiara neir pTewtr of timber good stock barn all the farm will raEst tobacco PrkE 345 per acre No 6 120AC e 7 room dwelling J2acri tobavrco ira foe stock barn loftabres fine river bottom land it cf es of npa iili t undergotd fence no overflow land Price h per acre No 7 200 acreson gooc1 pi brink dwelin tnnznt ottae 3 tobacco barns line tobacco land at least aenalfl of the liind Price 84 per acre No 8 12 acres 1 mile from Springfield on pike 5 indwelling in goOd repair good barn all undergo jd fence plenty I of fruit pjenty pf water P lce 2500 No 9 I5Oacres lmile from pike on otntyroadi aflefrs Lorctto 7 room atvelng In gopii repair a1 hndetedfeace all In grass except 16 acres plenty of water tele aI xesZ route fine stock barnGft square lentY of toba s1and- 3Operacre NoL iO 96K acres 3 miles from Springfield doe tp Icfeoiil f jpomdwelling in good repair tpbacco baru 35x64 good stock baru under gopd J euce plenty pf locust posts rfce f Lake Bosley l RUKftL TElJEPHqiNCS MR PAKMER Make your home as modern for yo ffamily as a citp aesidence dnd place ypur self in a positMNi 4 tp get the latest market quotations at any DIme TnftciB a be accomplished by means of our telephone service w fclc YO and your n ighbor con et for a sumthat Issil e pared with the benefits received Cull or a3drea ur eirt cst office or ilrlte direct to headquarters Nashville fcan J for Information fieardingpur special JFARiiKiSLiKK1 rate If you ate npt at present enjoying telepb aeservice we canimmediatelyinterestypu Our1lnesCPvertb State of Kentucky Tenneslejij Mississippi Louisiana Ml tie southern pprtipn of Indiana arid niipnls CUMBERLAND TJSl3EPHt NE4 tTEl EfiMPja COMPA1tY IuicrtpratedS 7IJ Women Suffer Agonies I from Diseased KidneyS I And Most Women Xk this Not Knowing i Real Cause of their CondiHrwt These popr suffering woaaen- II bare been led to believe that ttteir misery pf mind and body is entire ly due IP ills of their sex Usually the kidneys and bladder arp re isppnsibleHjr largely so And in- feuch cases the kidneys and blade del are the organs that need and must have attention Those torturing enervating sick headaches dragging pains aback groin and limbs bloating and swelF lag of the extremities extreme nervousness or hysteria listless ness end constant tired wprnput feellngr arc ct certain aymp tpms pt el frr i and diseased kidneys blaC td liver DeWittd iI3r and Bladder IPIUs baie in tlrusands pf eases been dempnstrvV I a remarkably Thendhiclat In alL ncit cond1tIonIstot female drganism raffprdlng tho most prompt relief andpermaemt benefit xAt of that theto Pills will do gaL M fray of ColumbuS Oa writes that ibe was very ill with kldjiJey tro blfr aiMt that she ia nptr e11and that thds PIlls are 1aLeUr4 ker N Tbffear very pleaa at to take lad 4 flo case prouee asr ileletirkHMt ecw lipcii the system ayrapyj alcolablkj tu r arationa are apt to EtlDwittco-want tteiy mes S4 lo bat the least aeas they are sMct wftb bd sad blad- det Iesae to st thiu tad a trfal tbssPllaba ant b7 PSTh 4 post 1SMsDoitto ewsLead r and Lou = ui1e Times 350