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i lL1 ro piCkeI4 S cttI it cYeJ t Jt f f itcg vIoilt4 Y H e 1 Cream n B r rJpd 11IIJ r J11 It I jjBm44usw USIMaUt C elf T LO O II imus STOREr f r w r s i rW1 THE IVI3WSt =LI3ADL3Ra= 1 f J r V S iicy f Tuis f f A turkey lamina threatens Ventuckyal tett just as the Uaie 1oi it f iiks ivLgseason roils around iat a time when the luscious Mfd iai most indemand Twalvel JUjUtJUjj tns fortEIbebett this year the amount a- mej r bc great y reduced bis 3Reportslyareuducedid ndition is said to Ie the sam J dihUtt wdf the pqred Lobe ranch behind the un ryCrqpof turkeys Last spring wa LnrnsualI and weather is el ways l halthe summer complaints lUre cr- olera and other Ailments to icb vha feathered tribe is ted culiarly susceptible got in sidiire usual production will he cur wn as much Ashalf and probW mere by the time that them tEatTJpafound Nicholas Bracken lede State reports come that rkeys are short too ealfsiHt ji4si day rvaln Kentucky hold gpodSb other States the price wili go gher this winter than in many ars Turkey raisingvhas oven av profitable Indus Injorty South With the production eatly curtailed this season ere will be many i Ohfi tmas cking wanting Jn some of the seiuiesr as wont to produce for the e ones Harrodsburg Re bliean HSfabrie unneglect1i lectthat you can be guilty oflsIojg ow eonstipation billousness or any and er or bowel trouble to cOntInupa is poisoi ing your en tire sysCem and- vJead to a seriond chronic disease ke Ball rcis Herbine and get ab utelywe11 1hesurecirefor any all troubles of jthe stomach 1y rble tbowl Sold bX Red Cross Drug re you Aj Joker f JedJ lljkl g minter a are in Trenton the other day qaskedcfor assistaticebacking bis request with a long lale sickness and lack of employ euttWith a wink at his clerkj the beerobanthb happened to be in the place pldteanf itmonlyaclerk cTheoarsWannerchant remarknd Tfiisi seams tp e a worthy Qase MrttJones thivej registerjJt and walked ouk of the t tore f tI1tchant protested that It had beep ejokej setdy one become that deboss directions should be calri ddutEt that it1 was necessary to ioso1i ni If urdeip to be rid of him Lj pin11 ott s Wfaeri you N1veacidthc first thing do is have the bowels mdve t not take any thing that may const- I 1tion ateand most old fashioned coOt I cured do consti ate Try Kennedy tajcative Congh Syrup It drives the i old from the system by a free yt gentle action of the bowels it stops the cough It is pleasant to take Children like it Sold by Red Grosi Pharmacy N otice to Creditor J All persons having elair dgainst tbeestafcj pf John Har flesty deceasedare herelb l notified to file the same prqper provea altlw t required wi the undersigned or with W r Grrlgsbv my attorney at t utica in Springfield Kyonor Before Nov 15 lilUO JAMES p STXAd n with the will annexed of Jdl11 jlardesly itrtiCJ vt any Jjowertroubfe Dir iielis Antf PaJkacts like mag ie relI0 ves ainiost instantiy Also good for all ext er- a1 pains Get itauy wbem ir W IESj ctim of Unfortunate Frg ityJ oiv f Election Py c Irom Ward who was shot on electionday at Card well by Eras foU day an account of which was given in our last issue is ead Itrwas b1iev4 forathue- athe was not seriously hurt d ppes were entertained ort reeoycrvbut on last Tharsf y ight death ended Jiis earthjC sufferirsAThe tragedvoc- rred in the village of0ardwell Worth Washington u short stancG from the polls There ere btittso eye witneSses to n nD t n ate alI irJ who we defstand have prudently re QTliei ay been the reuiLof an eltc tioUiqpatrel Ward was a Demp atand Holliditya RepuUlicab Bzlh men were highly respec and have always been con qKoOdclt1zels Bot fw4re born iin the county and have been friends from childhood awas abcut80 years of aged WaS a soft of Newton Ward e was a farmer and had always aeQeenaves a wife and five children lrtYttyeafseis a son oftne late Jeff Holli andis regarded as a peace itftrader rmmeaiatelyi after the hoot aolh surrended to tepu Sheriff Masters anti was brought to townvwhere he waslplaced under bond toawaitthe- acto oftthe granT jury now ini ssion ona charge of malicious shooting fSeyer Holliday has nObbeen seen i Dheentisi returned The tragedy aeplof ed by the vhqlecounty was a misfortune to both rtiesand ttielr families A T rJy83by cant tell you in words Vhatlthe trou e is but44ts fcomplectioh gets pasty if it gets weaker and weaker loses flesh and is cross and peevish can be certain that it has worhiff Give it Whites Cream Vermifuge guaranteed harmless Expels the worms and puts tbe l yin a healthy normal condition Sold by Red Cross Drugstore His tiroper Field f W A colored man was Brought fore poljce judge charged with stealing l1icleusHe eaded guilty and receive sen nce when the judge asked how was he managed to lift those right under the window f the owneiis housewhen there a a dog loose in the yard Hit wouldnt be no use judge aid the man to try to splain- is thipg1 iO yo1 all Ef yo was otrfityou like as not would get yerj hide Lull of shet an get cniOkens uutb r Ef yolI wirib to engage 1iur any rascality judge yo becter stick to be wharypam arn1iarLadiesE- bmne Journal1 you hive noticed symptoitfe of kid ey troublel ont delay in taking the most reliable dependable remed possible such asDeWiti Kidnoy and Bladder pitls These wonderful pIUs- t are boing vsed with great satisfac by thousands of people Try Dc lWitts Kidney and madder pills to day Sold by IedCross Pharmacy stEe d Cut Off 1iLast Saturday night abou- tl1i oolpcir tramnNo 734 run ning as extra op hEt50uthern f railway rat over a Colored map cxosossing killing him instantly stopptfahecto siDg and 11ie engiu was- F cut loose from ttpe baJnceottbt- rain and went up to the chute- liS to be coaledj As soon as the engine l1Q led away from train the brakeman who b made tbq uncoupling disovre the head of a napby the s de the track und blood on the r dtiesJle hastened to th rear of the train and summone Conductor Wheeler to the s el Upon examination they oun lbatthe body hd been djr ged tc ae f c c r r r r r c r r a rxr rx c t5 r ocxcxc a Jc t fL k J The SchoolIa off Skinnyy J J IVi1J1 PVvl 3 I v lt 91Aj h II i Where Websters Blueback Speller wa the only standard text t l And supplied the place of grammar that oOr late forefathrsvexed i f f vIWherethey never heard of Latin or the Greek subjunctiveinodef 42- V But sang their multpjicatiort like patriotic ode SS The Master he was skinny with a lean and hungry jopk 1 And a countenance as p1aidasai frozen wintfer brboki t v t ff His brow wa broad and Grecian fldhs eye was snell and keen 9f t And his head was stuffed with knowledge of a dqzenjbooks I jween 5r i 4bey say His nose vas RohiJih as the bill of anyTiawifT i I tI AndSis boyajwere all peTf riontot they bad to walk the chalk t A i Vl AndyetIve often wondered ithy eallT always walked v fll- A Arid satup1ht like statutes arid neyer laughea or talked J 5 Fpr live often heard JDyfathe1a 1ih model of heschool 2 Vs bt licked at leastthree times a day as a prettygenrarute y And lament the ood old method tts a lost foj gotten rtt 9 I P 3f imparting kripwlecleln a way bat made a fellow tinarl 9 pfIInstead of always watching for a chance to throw some chalk r But the art I think Wa buiidd with theBlueback Spell n B09k Andttie piercing eye f Skinny that no mortal could brook 2j S Jwas buriedwith the benches and the ancient dunces stool ilJ I i And the eJrlazed paper windows of the good old country h09V f v i It may be through psychology and mollycoddle stuff V We often talk in tnstItutewevckst the power to bluHi 0 Perhaps twas Pestajozzi FroebeJ and John Herbari Who robbed the wand of Skinny of itspedalogicart V Ill not dtscus philOsophy but we knqw about the chalk Ie Thatno theoretic dream of man can make a boy walk S C bl cr r l L La 4 far as the street and that it wa of a colored man They feito of the bqdy to ascertain if ieirtrain had killed him think ing that perhapsl hehadVither beeji killed by scm other train or Jysome persqn and placed on iVrak to hide the crime Rut the b dywati11 warm and they were satisXd that tthey hail run over it althou 1i neither the engineer nor the fireman seemed Ie1n1Ie identified th coroner folluda return ticket over the Southern om yh1Splace to Danville fev b eraT letters addressed the man hlist3ratanvillq and eighty five eii in money Inquiry made of slsltl1 sister disclosed tha fact that his it father lived at Junclion di yna- nd iolfjer being prepare for burial the yemains were ship ped to that place Sunday night AdersongJs A Hairs Bruidth Escape Do you know that every time youb i bate a cough or cold and let it hiking itt will just cure atselfi you aigor some other pulmonary trouble S Ddi perfect health and stop thatcOugh with BanrdsHorehoQhd Syrupa Price 2oo SOc and l00 per bottle Sold by Red CrssDnig Store I S artatefr niSt Maryss l t Lexington Ky Nov 3Twc- f t to 0 at thd close of the first half and 27 to 0 at the end of tne g 1ametBl ue and White wariiors def ats ed the strong little tearnfroni t IiStol1FieldThe largest crowd that has t Veen seen ont1e State field was present to see the game and the spectators were given all the ex I cit ment they wished by the close playingJof the first half in which the only two points were made on a flute and Q9 the spectaculac manner in which a eysecond when Capt Ban bee Shauklin and Punlap were sen tis into take the plac of second tim men wliohadi been sent Iin At the start in order that as many of the first team men could be saved as possible for the coming bg girae with Central Uivrsity The btiMaris s iuadputup stonefights that has been made against State this season and the wor- ksoJ the two visiting ends Swor As and Decker was nothing short of the kind that daces men inI classI the AllKuntucky Ss ACCOUNTING ASKEPc I i Another Suit File l Against tc Burley Tobacco Societyfa aWincnesterst other suit was fireaa tbBtudaytythatted suit was filed in the Clark Circuit iLJ4 U djhbetBxCockrJeTLipetiionerscouritTng from the Burley To saacoceived from the sale ot the iflOff nnd 1Q07 cmp and also aliegena nahLtone mjliou uoliars belong C r i ig to tne growers ot these two for itamedRTheJouett fattorney s of thIS ciy and askjs that defendant be re quired to disclose all moneys received by it from the sale of the tobacco contained in the pools of W 1906 and 1907 from the Socaljed uvers lee from lending said m money and from all othqr sources ro 1 in outof or connected with Isbadthbaccoursemjmts of raid moneys nd to make a lull and complete on accounting Aof said receipts and disburseuents and all other maltters connrcted therewith dflmtit nttanq show tb balance ofr daiklh t a receiver be Iappointed 10 tat e charge of the property am- uds J AttacheH to this petition is ia list of interrogatories whichi the pluintiffs asked to be answered by defendant R1nefilld In the FayettoCircjiit Court by Pendieton county growers several oyf smce The motion for a receiver will be heard bv Judge rM Benton S probably November 16 Whoopini hJIt iian old say njf that whooping cough must r11 its course bat the use of Dr nulls PineTar Honey bar demonstrated beyond doubt tnat such not the case It can be cured1 by the use of thii remcdy Look for the bell on the bottle ICf 4 Curious Freak Mr H J Nortop brought tot this offlco a bigsweet potato WhICh Has grown into a perfects ly shaped hick with beak eye wings and every part as con plettj as thcugh fashioned by the erhand ot man It has excited a good deal of comment from visitors at this pffice Harrodsj burg Herald e I r Coughs end Coldsthe sonnfoijus1dknowofi m4iciniIc10sef ftdIydMseI tlvc Dote only ooU11SokUorpearly I FLAMES RAGE Firm ofC F BoslejJ 5 lblbit Miles From Town On lastFriday about boon fire started op the Jarm iihMA 3UP Bosley 5 miles fhlHpSran rfleld on the SpriogQeld ivjjl Lebtftion turnpike tblirezthje u the place from tftt adjojfr1 if farm sfod the windTairDfd jtlif blaze which burntyfiMic isI ttroyiha 20acre cfrntidtne using fedrby the prabgrassvyhifh bad grown up after the cbrn was Jaidiby The dorn was standing leheflamesPplet Was svdpt ciJ A com crib near the held caught and burnt together with whkt corn that hiji en gathered1 The iflames wereoirJin the direo Lion oratobt o barn in which was hung about eight acres of jkobiiccb An effort wasmade to stop the fire in its progreislb foreit Reached the barny ajid the lleffoitl the bjaze burning in that direc tion vas extinguished but soon e wind which was blowing hefe ry togejhetllhrm was burnt over and most lot the fehcingOtf it was deWro3ed The i tenant huuse one Lebanon and Springfield rnpike was saved with difficul w The neighbors were attrac to the scene which threaten the entire neighborhoodi and a liaui hed Mr Bosleys lois will heavy DaWitts Little Early Bisers the fe sure gentle easy little liver m piile Be siitd to tetDe Witts Car bolized Witch Htssel Salve the origf i Always refuse subststbtes and itations Itte Original Debits th- arbolizedWitch Hazel tSlve S90dl 1f r y fanything a salye is usedfor but Uespeciajly good for piles Sohiby ed Cross Pharmicy Land Sales V Kue Curry sold last w6elc for ly teiI1trdtheir farm of 130 acres threecl wildaiprtheastnear the Haijdy pike toO Acl Curry for 16750 cash Posses n Jan 1 1909 o For John B Uobinson 55 acres the Dry Branch ana Perry yUle pike toJ E Bendenson of 9 Bath county fOr 5500 cash i Mr Hendecson willerect a nice UinK on the land atonce a 3o Mrs Mattie Hanna the- wel1ing property of Clarence Meisbnrg onEast street for 2000 cash Fur 0 0 Hickerson oLSan Antonio Texas hishothe 01 20 fi acres on the Danville pike one mile from Harrodsburg td Lee t Vanarsdall for 3950 cash epubil6au L A Broken Back That pain id your back c usedbyt lumbago stlfmus les or aaatrata 1s in easy thing to get rid ot Ballaris wow Ltiniment cures rheimatismj lumbago sore and stiff jiuselesi strains sprains outs urnsj scalds and aflachea and pains Yo- ueeda 1I Bottle in yoUr house Sold by l Red Cr ssDrugStore To Build Warehoufet At a meeting of the Green county Board ol Directors ofthe Burley pool the building oJUwo warehouses for the storing c f this years crop of tobacco was decided upon AyoewsSta1e a upon the various points in th county named as suitable places slorl the buildings with there sulk that Greenshurg wassalecw ted astbe roost available point or locating one of the ware- houSeS andDezarn near tb LaRue county line was slect as the other point It ia stated that a large jjcrr7 tion of the crop Jn Green Xduntj has been pooled aijd tfcktth i members of the sopiety inhat county are jubilant Qyert1g success hich hau crpwntd their efforts in securing nonmemb of the socjety to pool this years OropLaThU9std t Lost Qoel 40Oppindbls- kt l k heifer has bn goeforjt abol one Dilonf f w r E 8oaDenki uar 1M the most- food nutritious na the most dainty and delidoua l I JIJiJfJlIIIM P No fretttng oy r the tijcu l making Ioy1kir4aid to many a iiI ok3aucc j LEBANON fLOCALl 1 From The FaJcoa Miss Susan Phillips a Hrx Sjcouple Of the Kiey nelghborjwbd hare married lit the reaWesios of the bride last Saturday 7 James Sapp 16 yeiraof ssson Qf Mr Beer Stpp who ts between NewMarket iJwl v Calvary died at hisi bowU fri lja day morning of cociUBipi o C Deceased was a populirjK Cji mari arid hi s jntimelj dNihl4 ourne4byrnahy frind ITherbQmeonIT citv JutFriday momiiif at lpclk ftra 1rteri in w ness of paralysis DeceasedVa 5 about 65 year ot ageaod waa Ii he widow Of Mr M D Finacn3- e m who preceded ri the grave bout 17 years he was aJbigti x esteemed lady anti a coint member of the Catholic ed hur h The funeral tetricea ere heldl at St Augitiue hurch Mondafmorning Jto LucfetiaC Sttck p0551 a l1the oldest 1ci1tia laarVofi b ellberi lc fee hr this city MBctaj aiWa ingAtS oclock Mrs Shuck wis 97 years ot ge and was the ldofEfouv John Shuck am aTata addisi- dguished u lawyer vrjto preced I ed her to the rarej botaMJ years ago i She was Bjor at Franktln jher maiilefk namf einghy 1 1ttmfgewa I sirried atid aoved l to iebiion WJIBI e faf ba since reaidd gb liiiiferal eryioitt cere cncItd bv ejK S Mot t 8ibk1te relij sue 0- WJs4sday t naocning a biri1 it tl IIIrltd 1r tdrsEllIe Titer gnua Tez wite C was hllad a a bat liwedl JNrtkerr1 lamla Eagle Eje aheItadillr- Uke i charm Itcuttheessu fW eyes an4 retored my tJtaJlyou clalsi an1w ti li wtgM Ii- go1d25ca labeJ t Poita1Riiiii v Beli ifNo 1 ry- AIonpackage thFo ugh lh jjetL fltitr l i wIlLIa big cle4citi ofspi Stlbl Registry DepzrtinM k Pest m iterGiMr sted Si f Increase is Mie Mekr resuI packages from igfat to tea fftijtP- ItfJs stiaabe4 tt iMitMTt e1I i h1reihJ Losths qpr tent fiscal yet bsjtNoyemberlnd e 1i8Cthe ikdditlonfcl revenue paid lot 11theparts of 1S ooent7 willl sosiething 1ikl oOUHsir- bdburg Herald t rlCq liii1sHfl Ow1agAbaISIdPSP larity Q1DESM5 1 thcxest s jj- ti ivMkot l aDrii4biitY abottle lJ 1 E1J 1R- It 4 l 1fI t Mr Qher L Uii 0 pri frid q eit Oaes d 1jCbK 3rdti t ts na Orap J j sod bi qQsuulpsJk wb tht eaiy bW ht MJ swiss iIs- tbsb ha Iio hjjnps- ir r of teshswc nlT jb Graady stfrho- pth of oee oC ftaitBBr ofeaiMP tferaty Re4 Jbeaa taaks essore 9 IiLIIIesesk fa wiifito aie beaaiiraUy cewy ed awl hO pUee4 toejatber fiom am oireto tW hoI from ieb ths tesk sirs ben wiJor pork l pos ad ss r- iIC tm hdssgbtsr cL Mr Qrwdj says the loaira ssebe ilNNHl vf aome wild auiaial ifeora thai oftportoc Farac s BOlD JwaroaL az If there ny I IafastI cant ae4aWaL J1e te iMre Dejw SUrttfJ ILWilliaaa pEa wa reot preferred fey J BarUn ChHfMa JiiTiaii Fred sdtsii and gbnnj er gyp MM CtS4 w bi ajrtug late b iillOJIt Jasusy- Ib qd IDia1W1t0iit leave olbe onratf aartf llKub I ofon Tk taken Tijoradaj hi- RyIe C0S7 bos CPSH kwrg sod itemed to Labaaoa ad placed ia jaiL Late yeaaar Amf evenifidt thsysebosdIoS- 0Sli0fOOWChifca they pit 1tp1pat They paW Mr riaaie 110lor theoornlber jok figs aUl-Tbe IBM ajiterad the mM utMt the root TIle ooitthey look wae identified bj W Irb MOhti Jet bsaos rpr4es tri JIJSIIrtla rfwM1rU =rpet l ce Mack Iee4h brsfe- vrieres as4We- M ssMrrb Me Met every wberc ii Ai ObIsqe Iwaos zsg VgaLa chines B s- sII4X of this city a to Mtaa oy was prforced residence of tfceV budss 0tTlw groom bihe eon oC M d Mrt P C Cleaver ol this elljr Mrs Cleaver attaa wedding Lebanon EnetpI- hbfYIIykeds a food salve and Dr Bells Ant f ilsthc bat It i Lci J Oint- mentrww5e Gqajmat 36c eo1d eT t LDIcY f i i kcr ALijfl4 PubI UAY iLJsUOv n JL tii t S4thi1 i tror Thi IIJ o b 1z IIdADg17i 4 Sir Lup f k o as oQ Ji aoi o Bat j pjrnedby tsDe rJia1t Mtiii i rErY J 1 be oaldbesi Itos RpbIic i SM ibM an e4ieto ZWw gealt Lt wosid toct e rttiiti 1NtIt1r believe IMS is W ilj T tb Jbeat aid safest me foe rispsiaibI poiiUoa that srRabM v ro t HIm q 4s J 1 4 r pvcgcislve1 oooaeieaito aad fiL 1ft St- I lJwal k wJ tOr I Ip4 =11N thlTf fegrtt tfrT iLJnbdossi all Js orXky JIodjeitvillu Wi f HiGerge GcGilberL1 of rtL+ r bo e Binhth Keatueky r fr pis JW 1lorahtk ai thi bom of iijft6ftferlafr io 4LakfiI He was a vy able Mi aod had often been hoeprtd i Y L bbepsop4babeene1eCr 1r r tnd Stat Senator trrojav Yf 1 jatiiC srA and Nelson al88H was ellcM13 i t tpCoaaitM ia 16 ind aeryect J f 4 fcmr Jsrsis f Eewu a raanp V av4 t eo Th lW3ttaavfe Ataal Meett t ot iFox Huutr- j y Aas4Mioit oottTwed at Law1 2sPg ifowkT Moris than I SSM bwndrwi MM aDd womec firema ftr the Uoitea States are la Att +jUteiibs H 4 Mrs Jon Jacob Astor his 3 fTateaaa iaiterlocntpry el rfiyoi f by Jaitice JlMJat k tbt EkpretM Court of i lItW York fAll upper isi aW were scaled aajathe xb Mdhijray r oar fally gaarded JJf r i 4 i1rgrf1A 4 j t I AsI ben witho tbf cajJorogIwllPaow pni1I Ia TbJalL1IiPs effMr LudCor r re brcHight here Sittur 4LM c iockj rrdinI i 4cetery T1i fsvsivJeI tt ftdwcted J A lI t Damo i reporsaevri tl t ws ngsoo Hit Gto js TPoitet and Miss fiaUie C JVift spent JBatorcl- ayl t l SadIy witli ieir sis er Mrs JasIiys s re Woner gave a par- lyoc k T daj Bightin houqr W MNP eoowki Sarah Ann Par potS Brditol J Thise at ioC Yeri JA ggie Wdbnert LJ Colhi Nani Bllcketer in Asv Parrptand Zela Woh fc IfogMr1 Walter Scruggs ThoQM Oernher Robert Qonlter Zcrtt dt11 Sims and withi zsys iTWMiner w changing the c biaplace bv phi r7Rev Grub flllect talgc regular iafK iatiMoi h re Sunday IMijt9arabAsn Parrot hisr- rod ko filter a pleasant r pf two eek to relatlves Joi U bare h- iaev tMece coItd Thiiesidcs of fi EIia sriza was coipIw1jdar rroy db ire da iJi Mo rfay mon 1oc abont aJ clockr Mrs Per kin bad iff preparing reakfast kftTaa tn Q e PiL kj bk- 1fssupto hAucezpko ktId Irr t7- II oftMf 1t d iitt tbm tre1rfr5 IL eryiDg rtbc petit 4iry d Msrted io toA41fl t a b ta lI dIsaindIronb- orne ti hi4hwevprd the t Pfl f tJIialL back bI st 1Iia gaiaei a- lacbfe sfb wu ur- ttovatha Thet- Io t wiitcia isura- nce AGCdXidavitha j JtocgieSeut 7- N1 j p Fenwidc Wl dJ1h Al rtQu yillfti I tiiii Yiitmf frknds a l rt kttiyt at thkpsi oe- MraH Jditt KVily and Cla i oc Ortlves a10 MbS w L oaa G rays sd Lina Csaell vmta IulatlclaUrjgatHrdty aud Sunday v Wr 0 oat LanlMim waa the fss of Kofit Grave Satorday 4MrTryinl tbS ijtrkiM Qf l9Iirig hiaDQrMeJ ETi startad out for a driye an- 4ttrli TS wieHifd tobt well but riiriviiig 000ly albttc1iltooa from tbt howe it became re ttI1low tr ThtD iOn jbmped 5o ttotbe baggy sad began to ktuit of ttie harneM but be fore be could do so the borst- Akd Mts Mattie H ran and Jh3r siaterinlawi Miss Rosa of Lebh S0IiandYrsSO Begtey Saturday and Sudsy MeMrs Charlie Cnsick and Jbrother t glorreat were in pur pldat Mpaday MIM RoM Adams visited att fe r booje Sinday afternoon and waccojaapanitd by II r COpper ri ITSY atesSMiat lCpLOlidobof Marion Ooivisit djief sister Mrs Dian SMiUi the latter pas of the wHk V Revs Father Gab tilled his apppintffi nt here Monday Jrala Mrs Kent Ifcge aivi family dined at the home ofUr and Mrs V M Janes Siidday li Dena Cisifll was tht1 plaant guest of Miss Mary Boie lanes Monday jt The bo given att the aofi rD1 Mrs Dan Bogers Frii day nigbt was well attended and fLrporteda nice time JrL JanWsoldlpJJS Y kya yearling steer price un known Mr Irvin Thompson was the pleasant gust of Harry Jane Sunday pight Miss Maggie Smith warS Sprlnyfield f Glory Land Mr and Mrs Jesse KeelingI are rejoicing over the arrival oifi a big bdyat their home Mrs Lee Baxter and little daughter Andrew of Lonisvihe are visiting her father Mr W P Scruggs Mrs JB Jepkios and liitte daughters Marjorie and Ella Mae spent the latter part o f last week with her brother Mr W N Keeling of jSpringfield Miss Eda Gibson visited he entt Mrs HO Pihkston Sitar day and Sunday Qufta npmber of young fr1endslurprised Miss Edith Sims with yM9n4yeveningI enjoyable time The home of Elias Perkins ForSprahis SJoans liniment is the best remedy Lot sprains and bruises- It quiets the pain atonce and can be applied to the tenderest part without hurting because it doesnt seed to be rubbedall 5OU have to do is to lay it on 0lightIYOJItisa powerful prepa ratios apd penetrates instantl- yre1letiyiaflarnmatkrnand con teM oa1d reduces the swelling Hres tM Proof Mr L ROLAND Bfefeop of Scran ton Pa saya10nthe 7th of leavingth 1uthilip if spraining ny wrist tWe1thSaItersoonandatjo pendiborn1taadpwchaidabotUct T Sloalrs Liniment tItJive or six time Wore X went to bed and the next day I aabtogotQwoanusernyd Sloan LIs1rn eat itataicIM antiS Z iF Ierm eak cats M aM ooikusions Md wilt draw the paisom from atiiif 01 pol ooous k cts 1 j = 1iDrladIfWaa I I fLL WM troYldb1iriMonday morning The loss is- stninie4 at 2cd IYrf ajd Mrs james White spent Sanday with her daughter Mrs Jes Ke1igSMr and Mrs HeBry Thompv soa ialUd bisl brothBob rhOtllplOfl Sunijiar IYrand Mrs Miltdm hider Mr and Mrs Everett Scruggs and Mrst t4ee Baxter spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs W P ScruggsS I ThjB candy party given at the home of B G Pinkston was well ttended Mthankfor their kindness to us We all repOt an enjoyab1e1ilis Flew The death angel visited the home of Mr and Mrs JEdMoore Nov 2 1909 and tpfktherefrtn their htile bAbe Burton Ills hard to part With the little oneij but Jesus had need of one more little angel Juhis Kingdom Parents Jpok tc Jesusfor cpmfort I and prepare for a family reuaidniI in the grand beyond Mr Bob Piyne arid family have moved to Springdield Ella Carney is yisiting her uncle i Jas Gray and attended cburcb at New Hope Snndayi Hallie Bobliti visited her aunt MrLJE Stevensofi Sunday Ira Pa irisb was at Booker Snndy There seems t p be an attraction for Ira tSIS JTurjkeysMrs W 0 Ellts and daughter Nancy Attended church at New Hope Sunday tand diqed with Mrs T HardintLouis Cull and Bv Hamilton were in Springfieldl Saturiday IIardidsChapelS t Mrs W VM BarkeV spent Thursday with Mrs G W Fen wick Miss Edwards is spending this week with Mrs Annie Griffins JiMiss Margrette Hiatt was the guest of MsNina Fen wick Monday night Mr andMrs James Anderson spent severaldays last weekr Iin Barrodsburg 1j Mr and Mrs Sbelt Jeffries spent laweek with Mw Nellie Logsdon Miss Gertie Million was then gueit of Miss Nina JTenwick SaturdayS Miss AdrayCanaray an1LelaI Penwick were the guestSpf Mrs James Anderson Monday night Miss Poiiy Edwards was tLS FenwickQSunday Mr and Mrs R P Lanham and Mr and Mrs G W FeE wick spent Sunday with MrB S Fenwick and Wife Mrs John Barker and chil Mr1WHIBrilkerWednesdJ 1Missspent Wednesday and Thursday with Miss Francisi Libsey Mrs G1 W Fenwick was the guest of Mrs Will Barker WedJ nesday Mrs GW Cocanougher is visiting relatives in Indiana1 this weekt Mrs H SLit ey ahd daugh ter Jennie speotfone day lat week with Mrs Nellie Logsdon Mr4G W Fenwick spent Monday with Mrs Lee Hiatt Mrs H S Litsey and daugh ter jffetfnfe1 speat one day last week witth Mrs John ubin Mrs Annie Griffins was the guest of Mrs G W Fenwick Sunday J Miss Hattie LogsdoiwaS the truest of Miss Lelal Fenwick Sat urday Mr and Mrs Tayl1Jf Mate rs attended the funeral of the latt ters brother Mr Ward at Oar j well tbisweek Mrs James Anderson spent Monday with Mr Alfred White man and family i SATriyBaby Jant tell you in words what the trouble is but 4f Its xoniplection gets p tYtlflt gets weaker and weaker peevishY9u Vermifugetuworms and puts the baby in a healthy normal Audition Sold by Red Cross DrugStore LiUey Mri BLLitseg and Mrs J I MriI1 spent the latterptrt of the week wvth sis Wi I lays j W Boy FURS FtlrT lle waz G4agGIda eIYsI4w OMayApp1WII4G1flgrS MC W ar dealers faI WI ttntvry tLoutsyWs aid dbtterfujsa rsen5S myRmkIbkta4sMgtgssM SalMl Ii os2L IhW1t LIUltVtLLE KYo I Mrs Will Merritt Visited in Louisville last week Miij3 Susie and Bertha Ed ginton visited Mrs E F Urace ondayeventngS Miss Lyllis Thompspn was called to her home at IMiauajPi usbrother Mrs 8 C Va n Ar dalo enter tained a fw1rIendai Alap nd day Tassel y Thus p be t were Mesdatnes B L itaeyi Alicef ilhompson Kvttei HopperI land Leroy Reed tMr Lud Cornish is yisittngi his son Charles this week IMrs Katie Hopper gave aJtin to Miss Bertha Ed iuton on Friday evening She re ceived 57 pieces of tinware Misses Susie and Bertha Edg eyoupgii commnitylatev- eSn in a very delightful manner tA large crowd was present and enjoyed themselves uutil tbS wee hours of midnight and left prPnonncing Misses Susie and Bertha charming hostesses Miss Harvey VanArsdale en- ertained a few friends one uighti lasfweekl Those present were Misses LaveniaOGonflor Nan Thompson and Sarah Red atfd jMessrs Edd andharleaLitseyM- ithLeacbman and Jack Reed It is hinted around here thai weddingIsoonI J Comtriis ioners6idj Washington Circuit Court Ky Mrs Louise Mudd et at PJfl EquityiBy virtue of a Judgment and order tCourt1909 in the jbove styledcause shall proceed to otter for sale at the Court- House door hi Springfield Ky on MONDAY K ov RMBER 22 1009 beingcountybest aIl followingTwo tracts are parcels of Iland lying Iand belngin Washington county K near Booker and bounded as follows Tract Nol tejihning ata stone in todowerastob in center of pike at bridge 0dowercanter of pikeS sow 34 8 poles to a tolotchurch lot thenceN 25 12 w 01 poles BulterandCheatham i 0intersection thenceNto Hines thence N 30 E 788poJes inCoulIterspoletoainldroadstone corner 11 to same find dower thence S 30 w 20 poles to the begin ningy Containing 80 acres one rood and 33 square pajes Trait No2 IJSboundpdas litMooritbrIdgeidduwerthench68j N r pubtoICRunstone on hillside corner 0 to Der ringer m Norrls line thence N 2iJ w DerIpoles a sugar stump c rner o to Derringer and Eddleman thence N2512w 91l poles td q stob In center of pike cot 9to Eddletnau d Nw Hope church centerofpikesquarepoesThe land wi be offered first in separate tracts J described above and thin as a rhtjle and sold inthc money way In wliich toi realizel the most SI puchasersor rlnllegalpaid and having tli e force and e1re tof iJudgment Bidders will he pre pared comply promptly with these terms SIM Gj LEAGHMAN M 0 W IV DiskJow1TbtJt l which becomes at times very hard or what Is known us baking land Tilts soIl breaks up hi hire lumps and ln terferes with the opemtlon vt the irold board plow it ia foinid quite gencral ty throughout the south cud west Au tlier soil which may tIe plowed to ood advantage with the disk plow the sticky guinlAj soils in which n mold board plow will outseorife In this cuse the scrapers UJuybc Set so ns tto keep the disks clean The disk plow will not work nt Lilt in ttyugh soil It is only adopted tto stubble plowing Country Gehtlqlnan I Lico on Horses A horse wilt noon get rid pf lice If iitheYorker When that has been done clennse thtk Ktablp ftsmlfiate disinfect Dud whitewash it and aftorwifrd koep it clean light and ijeriVrUy ventilates The horse may be litfletl In jrctMnj jidj of his pests by clipping htm and wash lu r him twice a wwli with U I4Oth1Inon of ConE tnr llt Ju wk of suiTier MVP ixpn friiiy Iddrd l- AH1NGTON LETTERS l Special CorrespondenceS The oldest emp loyoe dt the department of t fcultur Is Richard IL C gohebrookebureau with sis clerks tinder the see letury of the iifferlor and has It g SIrow5from ii bureau with a comuils twIonerWce building to a department with 14000 employees including the forest Bervice a secretarj In the Cabinet and the beginning of one bf the finest buildings that ever housed a federal department i Veteran of the Civil War Captain Cooke foivJUe reached com mission rank in the civil war was bom In Maryland just outside the Dis trlct He was little more tljart a joy when the war broke out but answered the first call df the lpresident for vol nteern 4rid sencd Avith tho ninety day men at the beginning of the strug gle He was In tlio First Maryrnnd cavalry and participated in twentyone battles and skirmishes When the first enlistment was out he went In again and served for the full three years and at tho end of that time left tile service wounded but not disabled of a Great Department ttGrowth to Washington at that time mIll entered the service of the govern j mont in ho then bureau of agriculture He has lettQrs now from Apdrew Jack son and President Lincoln commend Siiinghim for the place It was a little bureau at the time and little was npIwas appointed July 1 1SJ32 Cookc wont Into the service In 1864 servIng continuously under L W Stokes Horace Capron Frederick Watts TVU IInmGLe Due George Loriug and Norman Column On the second np- pointment of Column to office In Iron tthe bureau was made a department Then came Uncle Jerry Rusk J Ser ling Morton and filially the jJresent secretary James Wilson The de partment had been growing ever since It was created n department bufun der Wilson who proved a splendid ex executive the department yeut for ward by strides Its employees In creased by the hundred and when the forest service was crested by tile thousand growthionda wntchhian In an obscure bureau t be a member of the metropolitan po lice forcjo and the watchman nt the front door of one of the most Impor taut departments of the government tiTheA few years ago congress authorized the publication of a facsimile of Thom as Jeffersons Bible Jefferson had this Bible IIn the form of a scrap book In which the life of the Saviourwas set out from the Scriptures In chronolog Ical order with especial emphasis as to the philosophy of life he enunciated In lite sayings This material was gett down in parallel columns In the Grfiek Latin and Ebgllsh texts Alter the order of congress was carried out tilt publishers were given leave to print additional copies which were put oil the market at 25O a volume Recent Ifthere has been an overproduction and the price Is nov quoted at L25tA few daysago a constituent of Jlcp rescntntlve Walter Brovnlo v of Ten nessee heard about the decrease In tilt igrlcc and rushed HiP to tell the congress nn who had more requests for the I iblc than he could fill It going for L25 said the caller W ell what of It replied Brownlow I cai buy a whole Bible for 25 cents A Texan Defines a Vice Was lilugtou hasnt seen much recently of that dlstluguLshed son of the south the Hon Colonell l Cecil Lyou ItcpulllcttU national committeeman off Texas He hasnt been here since his friend Tiieoidore KooseYult went to 4ureoftown for his brand of stories Is the best ou the national capitol market thoICOloel Lyon was talking nbonLn- man down In Texas who ho declared didnt have a single solitary vice 4Wbat would ypu cull a vice in a mau t somebody Inquired This stumped the Texan Ho pondered for nJlong time trying to thInk but It was no use Then his face brightened 1 dont kndw what you would call a vice he said unless It was chew tug gum No Electric Fans In Capitol The sawmill noise that grates ou the ears of statcslnen Mn the electric fans In the houses of congress nrc tri action has been stilled and will be torl all time if thin edict of Elliott Woods superintendent of the capifol is not rcvpkcd Senators and rcpr oscntativcs may swelter stud perspire bur the orator must lie heard and hewill rhavo his way In eliminating what has boon termed a disturbing factor to the BpeakeiS on the floor During the consideration pf the Ding Icy tariff bill electric fans sent their cooling breezes throughout the eham tiers Trouble developed bow vor for when sonic lung winded orator obtain ed the floor mischIevous membcre would saunter over to the fans and turn on the current anti tile resound olernflnnthat session was so unpleasant to the capIJtybbal1IngCARL SOHOPIELD IInthe Sanctum Editor Wlmt Another manuscript AsslsttrntYest Oretheard at the sewing Clrle4T5 wprds Editor Nonsense Return It at once There must have been many more word than thatIippincotts Maga zinc I Not Because fTIat bplleve sue coniplained that your love Is growing cold hiWcllhe bitterly repliedhr Illlii you neednt feel hut It Ie doIng so be jause you havent made It hot ononsrii rot me Chkago RecordHe The Touch That Hurts STisc iHtiltimilllonnlre gets angry evi pry tIme nuiybody npplt s io him for piiUli Imoney ivH It often happens that swollen fortunes ute very sensitive to the touch Washington Star tf Whatr the Answer TIme hi riioney Is that so Tlji n why Is It tbnt the follows win nthr mostt time dn their hands havR tflit Ipist moupy CJenluDa LeUr j 1i U DOINGS IN FASWONDO- MrnbrofderstatIofleyE the Vry tall eat Cry Fashion j Stationery shows a hQr enl olileij us wtH us tM fashionable 9 niiI nllllrotl are 1U1fhgtl tr ptiiiiiograuis djiiie In white and colors on their linen note paper SItttEnllored coats are long semflttinf p with and without collars Rough eed suits arc cut double breasted nnd fasten high to the throatwith a narrow tufudown collar bf cloth or velvet of the same material as the cos inilDe Slliiti11ItII on Certain new mod fs tilt buttons on which are very large and hlpfJ velvetILlKhtwelght French vorite material and tim gown tRue 11 OK iUEKCU SEBOE rated Is tf the sautlful new leaf green shad It is trimmed with an effective ndingr anti the chemisette nti deep cuffs url of a simple em b rolderyI JDD1C CHOLLBT These May Manton patterns come In lizes for the blouse Noi Hal from 32 to K Inches bust measure and for the skirt No 3S1 front to Inches waist meas ureaend cents each for these pat lecns to this office gIvIng numbers an4 they wilt be promptly forwarded to you by mall If In haste send an additional two cent stamp for letter postage which uisures more prqmpt delivery FRIBBLES OF FASHION Were Gong to Wear Possum Skin For jjMuffs and Neckpieces One flxed characteristic of the new modes is their preference7 for soft ma t rll1hEelJ taffetas which come In for la large share of popularity this fall are so soft they cab ie made into Sjracefuliv draped gowns Each season there Is n novelty fur that loads nil be less expensive pelts This season possum Is the choice and when the yellow1 hairs are picked out It is ja fur not to be despised Skunk IQr more politely speaking Alaskn sable Is again popular and fisher is an old fur tuatbas been revived Sealskin wilI be the modish fur together with ruble and Persian lamb i The short SkIrt Is favored In Paris forjdaytlnie functions and plaitsl hart 1 come Into ICHILDSmciitaUdu A simple little dress nch as the one illustrated Is needed hi oil seasons For older glrjs It hI very pretty car ried out hr dotted ihallle In somo dainty shade wlft plplujrs of plain silk 0umnc CHOLLBT This May Manjon pattern comes for children from six m tnttiS ld to Jour jrcavs otPRe Scn 10ctittrf to this oBlce Ktvinur ninnliec tjlti and it wilt bo promptly Iprworded to you by mall If In haste send an additional two cent itamp for letter postage which insure more prompt delivery t Two Points of View Oh John Dont you think mr uew gown ilt a perfect d1nmi Ive had several nightmares wOn daring how Tin soing to pay for itu BtoiL lost Happy Days Forth Farmer These are the farmers blissful days Th corn must yet De hu keditis true The lioss boos had the tuck to raise still ncdd food arid attention too A Ijunurctl ljutes claim llht care d1e cnorcs nnist still be dune nt night The sheas need patching here and tberelhe still gets up about daylight Tis time for him So jitoro the frvit away on cellar shelves oncetmorei Sift tthey have started upthe atpve dOwn- at the corner grocery store 4 Ho has not thrashed his buckwheat yfIt tho vows muststlll be milked and fed Hta rheumatism when Its wet oft makes lila long to lie In bed Ho lisa to plow the grouji for wheat sad 5till the kitchen shed with Wood His pants n cd patching on the seat tat i 1rhI gins at qlx ftclorlc orco mot And tlicy h vve started up ihi stove at tim corner grocery fitore fqhlcago ReconJ Hj PiiLtSkiiOF 7 Horses Mules Sheep Cows Cr- i IImpletnwnt and Hbii Kitcheh Furniture on r v iedusdayBOftJ I Promptly at JOocikSI will on the aboved1It on aiy prthmaa 2 aiOtaf 1wtnl1oing2 IDyear old Marwt 2 2year old Mares in foal I1 aged work horse 4year old mare in Joalby jack 4year old mare m foal by horse 1 jennet and colt I1 aged work mare l8Jearohd mare in foa 1 4ryear old com bia1eaJbo Hif 4yer old baflethPlS 45 No 1 sheep 3Ye i ii ag beiftrst43 w anlingcalves fgodmhl cows 0 tons off jh llYi li Jtvr horse wagon H 1 Peering binder gpcd iasj new 1 qQam ion mower A 1 iron rake 1 roller 1 disc harrow bftakiafrap Oierbf O- 12horse 4n f double 2 sWreia tttJjrldingcltJwalking cIiiiakw rbayfraaSSS 1 3500busbI9fOf i Jidf It Lunch will be served an thegr Jtl SrERMSAIl 110 and uxder puh AMIsIt tit rIG months will given Notes Wileod yirnaai icredo 1the5bwk Springfield with sjxper ceat iaitrx e r t B II youp 4 y M CAMPBEIiL Auctiri i EYEST STEDj Irjd M Russell jTT EWELEf AND OPTICIAN Sf JOaN DELENfRVi WIMSrnTS Tie Coppage CP1GO- INC0POATED 7tJa Jgiirkt LJVILai1- 01- I 1 l lWe maO cUltf of the foilowinf brnd Matt 1c SprWIN2MN 1F ftcfetf1 iIsrss lit ItA1 Eergh e Widss SPdr1N7 2I i li ct wSv Ml4leM JW wt I MWwrIuhlsdssd Pw J 1 tIckkrry 4jj4j54 wAtttttt14nt11kIaL flI1tIJJL I The Mystery Stfvtd In Iowa a bBsbnMl whose warrM life was not cptitlsitow rewwl itbites suddenly disappeared from eSeveral Wcekir later a foatlag bed was df covcred t river Thfe1j turcs were IndteUngutetebte bet Mnr Prlngley Identifli the body as that et her husband and it was HKM ht S1npprtprIiteA week after the fHMrat Mr ritleyRnddehly ramehoine lie tai HtI to Canada to esksipel coqJHgal 1i1lN awhile Mr Irlngteys he8teHthrsaid a neighbor to the wife Yes Werent you surdised l ii caine bac4rnliver the tstighbwaMced Yes wqtJ turnsdMrs PrIIs 7fwithout raiich Interestt if i stopped and thought a ranmeBt a knew bed leen back Hes jta t- tcoutraryiLppineoita t MapilliL I Hit Wire junior clerk iIHlld lnaapPItff cation fuir two weeks E irt attend tiieatiTitl1oOirot makoou want two wets Wile iS i ftr 5bAfter the ceceouy stase I 5lj the blushing clerk ih14 my wife New York Wprld pInIIt p lSowhich you travflel Uc J1tMert t placing several pefsoitjj ekiwt da ger7SvyeM anxweivd IJr t llAiijjtlwv nie policeman who wait haHluK w rijirjr 1 earlv riin intodbtre baby ctrriigM WashlngtoB SJar 1t He fltlifte Hwa fWhNt toim 1n isuiv xnMt fVe ai frIil9 tnsttnes aethJlIiiI tt4t1I bUIJlilIhl A JliumlrtHJr tnlKHhi Mr Slrhw Mri t kerhit ifQtt4 at a i a4iNtiOiiio couuilnir ujr pjy wlfe s44Jrs MMr wouldnU barjS- tar WaNi0 I Awi If 1iwHiaW yoM rpaly act 4 ttk fl tnotl wityaeSi 1If hiody i nutA IHNjL4C t tbe1fNtt 1 exiilorpv with aIII7a imN- r Itf1iJ4 i i ij Ialrest 1 ihotM wlital f r Cwha r 3 stMMNeis sjiirl trK 1 F 1 t ftlirSI bb fKffeveralA lot of other Isr waumeros to 5 Three straw 1 i fiifj ij 10 Lone of baild 1 cider mill good M ii SUMS of of i krequired 0 S t 4 r ap Z i i llifv JSfH W JH out ta te r wa b lit Id Ii tle File 1fa off fee nl 4 I O LTL p c efljIIaaiIogtbe ei tW abject fti itiiaglii IIw fat Tbsy at uMI c 1 nix tte leu MMtlw at a tat b m i StmStVdt7 fSf 1Iera frowtta W f Id l t edsIe4wbt IJIr4i drieiu c t wisthe SItMIUiISSb 4 WsMtsrtM t ibet T1I Wa ratli wltb 1 pw ce t of taokaee aiIedUNsS7a d sIa 51Mb d ibl7 ltb watfa edtOisew Iws Jt U to u t puIe i- oisqoivalii Jfbeask1trn HI jMxt fct it ifeid Ji M par jc ttt of tM- at jl Ikac tiM CGft aid 4 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MUJJrts a goose ulie uut mitetK of Emit u cotptrleH lint b gtudyiug the goose of luteveUrh aud thy lisive xyiue to the coneltiHloi J tAtafeVJs t wi it fowl ninong tb4 IN ad t beMer 1UnrrlJs Jib owt clluiJ4b Revs danger before auj tbci fowl sUe bus iimre cournge thai csS4e reo tVr Khtfla far bnirer thuu tbi- Milrr unt1 If glron a fnlr show slit a Jt off the oX tiock cttlt e sllunUrdl ruuDd th barnyard it iilgbt 11n uuub greiJiev pwKfciklH tbau tbt tvatcbtlWt flhev Sr liitv lt epw ilpd wilt give aJtrai tl Jnst utLlwy Sl tl jtnUl JiIKJSfllldiwt We slout say j i KiH k9afob C aod give her ail dui ssJS f erdt SJ SA aJMy Ie9- r tjJ t th4 ltMlIjllnlat1s and-j f we14 wI kRVe e Ult111 the west t SaLl Ii vrtir tM minte sibotii of wooden 4tIMiu the oM etiti 1 ttry In JfkitwJlt kviaii itettteiiieut Ji 3VIscpn r i W DIaL had bitten tlirec Jk aidi w cows niidj for a boy Iwho1M tvarrythK n pall ot uillt along p Ulfhwuy 3t knew that he could 4taet v44ii by rtmnlug and there vas i W5 tt bandy for Win Jo limb and 4 Ji kkrk fO tlMQf hIS bcavy shoes ff j s wtltkig upitll the dog OJcl08c- MIs1I4ke threw with sth gondalni- wrfl vijJ1 aulwal Into the ditch 2 ra Wbw1 ei Up aM finished him i ioY7 fL Fw OW c W tritiJttt N did tlt od wo JtwMt alae ooked 1iit thE bs 455it ri oli1J it M iiy lplir 7 bigtiajgte7 Wh a M4i1itr Wbj wu 4Wrs dserM J o- 1WbM r ruocity It ic tIt a ekL t O4b1W4S it cat aii4 fehalt 4HHttt sate te dotfctrd oC a caN taker ou Udnloa bi thriiey entbss of UocolU and ooethlrd ot a wait Carflna TOWN iLciilflppnlnt oT isiterest Tilt Fr hst aid Lttt tII dJL L 0aearload of Birdsell wagois- eethernTatA tX KIrnbfli f The infant child of Mr and r1tisS 1 Fox RENT SRoomsf in house 0 n East M r6t Appj p j T- vDFTapp jI its ttvrykeason1ir1oes-l Mrs Mullicais over Peoples 1Pe1Marriage license was issued Utiweek to Martin Coyf and iiss Clyda Covle New hominy new beans new ic all m now The time of the yar has coni6 e1 tthey taste tine McEiroy Shader Why not bake your Xmas ruit ake now ffl have new raii ins des41gs citron3 etc all- ie best the market affords McMroy Shader at S M Qampbell reports the sales of R L Simpson and of ibbs and Thomas as wellat i endtd in and everything brought good prices Mr G E Medley has rented lis is nouse on Lebanon street too r Geo Buctine isrib will takeb geaton4 January 1st Mr i Medley will ftnoye his family toh Owensbbro KyV Dill pickles Do you likfc them fiellte Try a few with your nexthorder for groceries i McElroy Shaderl l Series of meeting beginin next onday night Nov 15 at the PlTtsbyterian church Preach Ngiby Rev J V Logan Daily hours for worship3pzz and 31pm V We hivea15c can of Aspara gus that is simply fineand just the thjng for j Tsmall family Tryacan with your next order and see J tMcEiroy baq r When vo buy iiwant to jbuyi where ych get themQSt for our mone d yoU t it at Muicans over Peoples ank Ialsand other millinerritt atJery l wmi Aunt Fanny Fenwick1wife of Pious Fen wick an aged Jan d re- pected colored lady Jlied of cancer Sunday fcFuneralducted Monday at St Rose Next Monday opens the hunt ngseasooWe baveboth the smokeless and the black powder shells loded with any number hpt you want McEiroy Shader STRAYED On my place 7 miles from town abojjiit six weeks ago one Duroc Jersey giltj weight now about 200 pounds Owner canhave same by paying for keep fJnd tthis advertisement 7 E F GRACE The ladies of the Springfielcl Baptist chnrch wihserve a din neron County Court day The dinner Should be well patroniz ed as the Baptists will have completed their new church which iid a great ornament to the town- Youriem ember how quickly our othpr JLCc Enamelware as sortment was disposed of TakeS warning and getsomeof ifore its all gone McEroy Shader BEFORE BUYING A FARM Write Cor my freefarn list of 250Ky and Ohi farms 113 A Richwopd Ky 8000 470 AS partly Ohio river bcttom Ky sine 15000 45 A Walton Ky 2200 Write today for com plete list Frank R 3kowe33ST r E4th St CincinDatij tol Mr Hubert Mattmgjy and Miss Mary i Rose Fields wer- enwriedat St Rose Tuesday at ll oclock by Rev Father Gay in Mr Mattingly is a son of Mr Barton Mat ingly anEJa promi rieat young farmer while Miss Fields is a daughter of Mr J A Field and a very attractive young lady Tue NewsLeade extends congratulations Mr1 Joe Campbell has pur cbaiwd of Robert M Thompson about 300 acrN including the h use of the farm recently pur icnaeed by Mr Thompson Jas Willett in the Pleasant Grove Topics I 1 neighborhood The price paid was 70 per acre Fave just succeeded i u gelling another assortment or that be Enamelware which we now have j nst1eSMcElroynfe Shaier The official count shows that JtidgeTburmans majority in the our counties of the district was ij 1228 while that fBn C S- Hill vas slightly lIless Mr JD Th Grahams majority in ibis county or Representative was 104 Yewe are receiving fresh oysters everyThursday and one trial of them will placer YOU on our list of oys fer customers They are fine Wont you try them and see McEiroy Shader Major Thomas H Hays died hish6mein Louisville from Pneumonia Tuesday morning Bewas7j2 years old and a con federate veteran He wasknown this county being related to the family of that udme here One ofttbe advantages which being brought to the people fthe county by tbe large to acco market here is that it is making a demand for property ere Farms are rselling sit prices undreamed of a few years ago And in the town of Spring elcj sometinie ago there were sixteen vacant bouses Now all ave been sojd or rented iii looks like there is a boom com inK f6r the townte WeHave Ki1moientire line of Millinery this w4tveryldw prices Get in pushana come to Springfieldibest jMilli nery shop Williams Two Negro Killed Word was received here this week of the killipg in Bi geld ol Louis e te tpwn marshal Eel del heard a disturbance in the neighborhood of tlltown hall Tbere were several shots fired and Reidel walked down to find the cause of tbe trouble A large crowd of negroes had gathered andwere v quite boisterous Reidel was endeavoring to stop the disturbance when he was struck a blow which brought turn to the ground No sooner hap it happened than John Sim ms and Clay Dick Dudcan ad vanced upon him while he was down and commenced striking him He succeeded in getting his pistol and snhooiing both his assailants Simms was killed instantly and Duncr1Ived several hours Mr Reidel isy a brother of Mr J Walter Reidel of this placet and has always made an ejcelleflt officer in Bloomfield Fine Entertainment Course The people of Springfield and surrounding co ywill haVe something in tho vayof an intellectual treat this winter in the Entertainmeut Course under the Central Lyceum bureau The first number fvilllbe Dr Virgil W TeVis who will appear at the Opera House on November 17th in his celebrated lecture The Successful Man Dr TeviiI comos highly recommended and has large audiences where ever he goes He IS Jan orator ofr charming eloquence GovernolJ ferOn Jan 28 Mr Fred E Brooks will delight his hearers wftb pathos wit and humor On February 17th The ViI lags Singers will be the attrac Ition and toe music lovers ofr Springfield will missa treat if they fail W attend On FobruaryV25th the Jast off five attractions the Evelyn Bar gcdt Co will be here Airttiese attractions are of a high class iind ithascostcbnsiderable mojney to bring them here The managers have arrainged for ia special low rate for season tick els which will be found on sale at the Red Cross Drug Store at 2 00 for admission to all five attfdcttons Teethe ltracted with clDANGER Ir when plates I tI11IL Done in this office is firstclass In every respect and just as ad ivertisedt W YSkLLARDDD1S1jprIngtIeId t t ti- C IItg disposed of since our last Issue hD B Suthjerland vs Hume In surance Co was tried and re sulted iin a Judgment for plain tiff for 105 Sanstrom Short Turn Buggy Co v s John Lilly Barber re sufted in a judgment for d fen dant T iSR Royalty vs Satchett Foster the jury returneda ver dict for defeitdanjit bA case otJ T rPratfier vs W L Keeling was taken up Tuesday and a jury empanelled The case involves a controversy over a small amount of laud a fraction of an acre Ij was tried last couit and resulted in a bupg Jjurv There ts a blarge amount of testimony being introduced by each side Rod the case wili Jprobably consumetne remainder of the week The grand jury adjourned yesterday after returning 28 indict mpnts as follojps murder 1 forgery 1 malicious cutting 2 malicious sUooiing 2 cunver ing property horse stealing 1 petit larceny 2 carrying concealed and deadly weapons 5 shooting On the highway 3 breach of peace 6 dis urbin religious worship 2 bringing hquorinto local option territory 1 hunting 1 Rummage Sale The Ladies Aid Society of the Christian Church are conducting their Fall and Winter Rummage Sale dn West Main Street in the Burton building The society appreciated the help given in their Spring sale and will be very thankful for any donations to thisone OsbourneBlanford The first publication for the banns of matrimony was mide Sunday at St ROe between fed Os bourne and1r he wedding will take place at St Rose on Thanksgiving Mr Obourhe is a sort of Sheriff S Osbourne and is an energetic and uprightjt young man Miss Bl ndford iis rt daughter of Mr Tfaoma M Blandford arid abeautiful young lady who numbers her friends by her acquaintances Royalty impsoI Mr Jas A Simpson arid Miss Nannie Royalty were marriedj yesterday afternoon at the iresi dence of Rev AUGraves in Lebanon at 5oclock The bride is a daughter of Mr Douglas Royalty arid a beautiful and ac IShelhas untilrecentlybeen employ lcdmthe milljnery sore of Mrs Williams where shemadn many friends Mh Simpson iis an industrious ti young farther of the county T HaydonPeters One of the most beautiful home Weddings of this season was thatt of Mr Friink Poters and Miss Mary Hay don which was solem nized trdavsfJernoonat the home of the bride by Rev Father Hennessy The bride work white chiffon broadcloth dress trimraediin pearls and a picture hat trimmed In white fur The oratedIrh attendants were Messrs Will andI George Robertson Evan Hag n and Hood Crfnnlngnam While the ceremony wus beingr performed I beautiful music was rendered by Miss Katie Cain on the piano flccompatmd by Mss Sue Raytt and Albert Nu nan on the mando linr The bride is a daughter of Mr1 and Mrs G L Haydon and a very8ttractiVe vcung llady ant ingerra tol cArtt The groom is a well knownf young man popular with allI wh khaw Mm He is a dealer in fancy hor es andja successful farmer After a bridal tri P through lho South they wil l wake their t ome in Springfield 11 Died iri TasFThe Courier of Sanger Texas in its issue of October 29 con tained an acconnt of the deati- of Mr T H Carrico who wa born and reared in this coun y He was a brother of iir nJGarrico and M i Jenniet T lbOt and Mrs W P Montgoonerjf this COuntvndr of Mr John Ed- t Carrico He was 72 years old and was a soldier in the Confed erate Itrmy under N B Forrest 1a nd John H Morgan He served lnd1tctedtDr M W Hyatt arid Mr Richard Durliam are at French Lick Springs Mr Thomas Spalding and wife of Bardstown attended the QaydouPeters wedding Miss Jennie Cofojndolphert of Chaplin is visiting bersisler Mrs W F Grigsby MrJ N KeUyi and family have moved into a house on CoV ington Avenue whoIhas bonn attending schoolat St Catherines was called home Saturday on account of the ill ness of her brother Mrs1 Elizabeth Graham has moved iinto the flat overMrs Williams store Mr John F JSimms was 1 Louisville Monday Mrs H B HcElroyYnd Mrs Andrew Cunningham entertained at Flincfi Tuesday Mrs John S McEiroy enter tainedat Flinch Friday Mr Bernard Smith came home from Kansas City Monday night Mr and Mrs W W Spalding lot Lebanon were here Sunday Mr Barber Baldwin of Bards town was here Monday Miss Jennie Redding and Mr Frank Peters were In1 Lebaaqn Friday rrv I14r and Mrs Tease Rapier of Bardstown visited Mrs Rapiers parents Mr and Mrs C L Price Sunday- Mrs Dan Ljeahy of louisville is visiting Mr1and Mrs W E Leach man r Mrs Lizzie Durrett and Miss Yeola Brown are in Bloomfield this week MtS W H Leachman and f rsD L Lit pv attended the funeral of exCo rpssuian Gpo Gilbert at Louisville Tuesday BS P1Php of Fairfield is the gust of Miss Laura Shehan rW T Lpa hinn and wire visited his slst rNrs Ella Hill at Lebanon Sunday Mrs Geo Wharton and Miss Kttte Wharton were in Louisville llast week Miss Margaret Norman is visi weekHt i Mrs W H Sweeney of Louisville is visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs C F Bpsley at tended the reception given by Mrs T W Spalding at Leba vnon Mrs Martha McDowellt of Danvlllej is visiting relatives htre Misses Flora Mudd and Katie Cain were in Lebanon Thursday Miss Bertha Haydon has returned hope after a visit to friends in Louisvflle Mrs Hugh Lee Smitji has re turned home froma visit to re latiods in Bardstown Mr andMrs Frank Smith of BardstowhK speht Sunday vith their daughter Katharine at St Catherines pentlWednesdayin her parents 1 Mr Clellan Boblitt spent Sun day in Bardstown Messrs Will Robertson and Louis Kelly were In Maud Sunday Mr L 0 McCarty is visiting his parents at Campbellsburg Mr Chris Her lien was in Fairfield Sunday Miss Margret Hagan and Let LIafterra n Commonwealths Attorney R L Durham of reensbarg is here this week Judge B L Litsey David R Litsey M G Leachman Jas Bi f Hays Gteen Hays Hark Hays and Jas L Hays are attending 11theij funeral of Major Thps H s in Louisyille today Rev W H Williams was in tiq isYille Saturday Mr Lester Gibbs returned to Mondayt1 I t1sMrsT D Tapp end children fWErAREiSHOWING I Th41ara ihij len and tl ssoo mtt I SPEOI L BARGAINSFIrWe are also offering some Bargains in Buktssdcoats which were carried over from I list sMson T allf suchSomeJust opened up a big tiM Ot211M1V IIfor Men Women and Children r KoertsowCiaybrteLI j 8 JI I FruIt edd prnamenia THREES t Everything fot Orchard Lawn andGarden Catalo ae on ap plication Noagenta Hf HltLEFiMEYtft Lexington Ky were in Bardstown Saturday and Sunday t Mr W S Gibbs was iin town a few days this week x Mrs John Offntt and children and Miss Jennie Offntt of Bloom field are visiting relatives in J inty mis wee Miss Lizzie Graham of Card well is visiting her aunt I Royalty MrsI Mrs CD Robertson enter tamed Mr and Mrs W RjSelec man and Mr and Mrs W J Robertson Tues ay evening No tice to Taxpayer 1 JJ All taxpayers of Washington county are notified that all taxes due the countv of Washington and state of Kentucky are past due and must be paid If not paid by Dec 1 the law requires thata tax wariant be issued On all delinquents J S OSBOtJRNE Sheriff t Notfee to Hunt l-ayWe the undersigned notify all hunters that our lands are posted aad hunting on our premises is forbidden Alll hunters are warned to stay off or they will be prosecuted far trespass AB Walker Ben J OJ Haydotf Notice L All persons having claims against the estate of Mary J Birch will present same to me properly proven on or before Jan 1st 1909 also all per sons knowing ed to th said decedent will call and settle promptly EDD BIRCH Administrator- TheRev Irl R Hicks I c AhnnacFoi191O Ready November I5thi909 a splec did yearbook on astronomey and meteorology the only one coatalHlag the original Hicks Weather Yore casts By mail postpaid 35c on neyrstand 3Qc One copy free with a years subscription to WORD AND WORKS the Rev IrlR Hicks Month ly Magazine the best fl monthly America Discounts on Almanacs In quantities Agents wanted Rem mber the genuine Hiclcs Forecasts ate not published anywhere elseyou get them only I hlf QWp publications WORD AND WORKS PUBLISHINQ COt 3201 LocustStv St Louis Mo i Dr B cl1 lneTarHsy WUl breakup tie worst cold a 4 allay throatirrjtatioo 111 remedy quick ly cures CaIh33colM ir1pptaa all throat a4bcbichIaItroQbIei I t f J + J ill1lB- sSufr Yeroo ever shown in Springi field from 8 to Jte K icst CttU Ii tI Special I I EdwardsJ deceased themselveaindebt r T Th + es DO N = rJ i iff FN WiJLrL i 1Tt ii Ii 1 I The Prink that helps youthInI The Drink of FansR1C1I Ied u1 i r m ltLa i I tf F RIUIaZkT jtIt It Gci l i p r p L 13AN TAZ tJianaat W U2LNJti r It II tIat J TRY ITlAND uiND 0 ii I c Its Sprkiiax ExMtonttegmt f KatIeiIdtIits JCi4ESS SODA INJNT4JN ll = i ur t- l TDTAPPace M tWbI T iLEADiNG L1VERYMM t tI 70 i Horses fed aadfope Ases buWes tarI v tterIrh Igov fTi l IIIi iilnYrMlf oasioikhhe 4 J Ph YH The Tell Md1teL the 1ast a4aet to tho dressltig1 tabJ 4KelMetfll drawers The Mcket it jMic in tM same style as the better UMIWB iMipd kerclilef caMbt m9 eMipc ta jsbap It lined w1qI4ke i IM IrUI silk or snlln plala Ot brca4d M that the following HUM JMMtljr ax aitcd In fancy lletterlic with pttI aM lirdfci luk may be the more euH rreM Folded in thl Mlnty owe Are flimsy Yw thy fair fMt A flower or tbwlttdy iwir aIM W added either by etcMHff or eMfcrtU cry and tbejsachet nlbotiThcorded edge and ribbon tfed rue Gray ViGray lshifiug Il great T IJNwt now for both SMS a WMMMII clothes The gray MId W Ievldenejv ull Mietto a Pcninny sllveiy owe Q INfM1IiIII raor suit The gray favjowt fcr tfc kMyo- mas Is ontf ort tfar colors wRli ft nM Nwei at I M npatk the gray nIt sflvf la Jav A to asedtotrIinseckaiwRWupreaaed mother sceeaaul l y in soft mttfa irt roldii Jy gray pewtect Silk a It t0 the satint 4 r Th Pwl The qwitot leVr r wMrk jfttfc violet kia ttt4 itar iiisiiini ivness Is tlw par IftMr ft t t E- oentbroat d nerO hat with MS IejS tW wora be ttte xim aM Jjjilfcifrtit- onbokC w U wfMi iB fce fall rMde ficJi r si nna IiJK wof i W a boa tIt iliUucrv V c 1 AmitiM XanI Iuitt I by s ilik M 1 rnjj- t twM- he l iuuI J I1 1 IaI flITR thai by III 0 Ufl Iu1 tSUS t JR a a wss ps 101 QapeaIa ma- a wM M ft a 1M sad b oalad OoIblti t1 Jd J 2k e aiu tIIM k fyi to rT t b iisM u- a r TtdrV sL NsI Ls tl4UJ tI1 1 pI A1JL- In 0t ut a- WrU Wh1J7IeM hUWbetlIss1iuI =wist I b a I at t WW T It S Z= ui rIN NpILp-v t a wt- at a Dsy fasrea a r k sad h ss hM- rthI pq woRM p w lur w wVN AlIa i 1WJrIIr J HNSL 7w j swCM AU iY IlISTJNT- B Wlr PsesII- tq flM Thur SSWSSS TtoiM No oe ca usrtRu1us cosdt- tIaIpIlItof ftur st the sxtror- d1ry osM the4r mental me The kuet otneu OIfl rei Tdy o t bkod eforce th IeI flisnUest wey or Tto I tlPpo bIoo4tIk t DII IE thk O Jm bats t tiaM tI we at klfl- A J 1 iOld thntrI t it W wfco outfit t- owbbtypIcn at a T mind which ta fce HBUir to the M SLtA ijia qwaa 14 on tai He preentedk- tmMU t S arm4eri aa 7e IiIrd pM t eosld- dbt sv be 1s tsfm Mtnty tat wi MiUretiBil tht thh mesM ISrauL on wIS s eiMa4 ps ia on Ib t iTO 9 dart fcixme with you Mn 1mm1 TMTetitr Mtc n 4 s tr nt the gIar4 M Md a MauIrdataflbanid ntai ta yonag am yati s tot FMT way there aloe rTwN ft they wrote Itr t tb rn- gtt the ionrerwutobskInaoan kN ta rlTei te moit uapleaaeat- ttjfjEn iij lvr i i flAtr flMT im nt fMfIL JourT zCs tk1Sw mat coMtaIft- e lc- aovIalon TssM W7 I1S that hi nM tki ua W b eiacerl jrteaiK er thai aa orer t fp fc t e Jfra upsMbzensdth 4 wewtand pkntyStthOI4 1tbscarEant rnt bt miaia v h the ta aj4 te- t blame his f 1ir on- tk1jM a cka e 4b kMni1s4 hay bayst t jon Mfth iW ig t it14t Jot wUl hh zn andy k41ers Ii- ws 1sI cbii date that tfcer tin be na tiiesv on to UMir fbrtittir aM tlmi tfcwt from fetUoc Millie It KM bfcMt w1 Mi4 tAM wijbo onp Mo b It a qntnaotkaz rII O St toc will biryou Ar yon dola IL k11iI4 1S mon who Ino w j ihonttthey- vonther r at eould Ihat etarby batter aa a cr ai4M rpr U tIettbIaswdick fo bt ang haTe a Mis 4 tS water 04 libirUy on atoa 1 bare isaIr oc ieai bf f crape naI iwaacf oppfti T c t Kpty tbeat la I bdud Ug 4 hespith uartera sn Let thsmj 24 heura without ted befcre kiUluc awA ahhes aJSeht Iit1I ow- 7onh tlISt g may jeach 7 WI s of the s dIonius Whea MMtWe ths cow ap W alM li ba Mputti from the barn la order fo se ew and the s ccs- Mr sIItwhick lt a iliposaible- to taIn 1au t way A onn ihaIryan who ha kept n 4 ai tt take IM quarts b psdon a calf that will w 10 t tea weekL Hia me4 H cahon showed r1Is1U st IIZ nd for wbihe 7yf481 or fayr qenta r Qit aM the onive did the milk 1iitkTMlTM must be good oiPa t JsseyL P JpM ld bloeta of one ya rt tjr fit tones or heMma Direr ant kftidt pbuiUd ttegthr help to tcrtlll onch others Woasomi AU terpM the b pantfs 4bIApWs k kted jttk ed Ur ttet one TMIItts tMI Jond esfrntt we WsvsisJd sfot b ttnt t at bs rt TT A oIttnt jouag Id wbO ettee ia Kaneae Cttj antfha Meadv reaeciUi wrote M etfe of theia l- bk1et matron iiuejitlr ewweimiajf a Joy that a4 QrnInto fcer u as 4onr Orse7 lb falf ywr rtt r said Lk ow yot wIU We greet b Wronted t kap4ues wb4e- bHonl 10 an YiWiJ Wjjktod eoo k to iMi Jtoeplf Imter mJOyt 44 diMifoitiMtir No IIMr Ws4d4 prooed rgr and a food famly ud alll that but 1ofI Jkipi If he asked m to inairy him but ti Ithk I should be ible to rlse to the a lta Steally I am very happy Itfr i should mot be haSt at all iIf vrete engaged to fcadwalader Wad i nstoflr Fhe wprldl seems to haVfr a 9w ilorytG pOMiets beauties thai i bat imy f Arcaifip of in the jjast I UPPOsbLYW ar dying to know tvhat Jt s ikat hM brought me so rfuch blbeH amd wondering why I dont oov to th4 petal at pnce T shall do iilr T ix could be there to tell you In peraoa a d perplt you to seo Tlter are cHaerthingsf that It is so bEd to write ahotit I can fancy you ttJJic theJte with my letter Jn your a yVL try to guess who It can be After t hate assured you thatIt 1Is tKot JCr Waadlngton you are prob ably ooBTlnced that It toust be Harry Be4 a hat you are wrong He asked aad I toM him that I would always thtek jclfiily oti hi1a aod all that sort of thlftg aa4 I Bteaiat lt too HIsa iear only not jaat the kind of a d ar I eould he happy with kndf hAfeat sift TOM Afinlstori for- month If yo are Ihlnklna of him Biit all this te silly In truth Fm c Jwipisy that I fear Im disposed to be foU h Hare ipatleace dear 76u wo kl h foolish if you were in my lc The truth I I have a jpeach oCa MW corset that I can almost sit 4ftw in SE Riser IB Chicago ReeetdHerald Lady Cotefirooke ta cleTer gqulptor Par1isesma lore et all that 1irtUa and bcautf flu and to add to all thesa varied ac ompllshmenta sh6 can drive a four hnd an h Russ11drsehkya- ndieo A F Anythini te phllfe They were a very youag and yob TfcMjBly bride and hridegroomish look is eouple Off entering the iittie tea sbof Jn the upper avenue the maid tactfully led them to a private room which chaatfd to hTacant Tea was brfereda d served A the waitresi was leaViac the room the you gmar dIecote4 aa important fault in the errice Oh waItresB he said may we kITe a spoon Sure said thf girl I wotLtcpme- rcanlaveTItBitL In Our ardlng House Why do the Newlyweds tAlk so muda abou fping to housekeeping If Uh y want to gowhy dont they grt i tlts a schemetQscare the landlady Jiojtice how jiey get the best flections It chicken Liked t Do Mans Worn arro i Annie Bugelnbrth of Burlfng JOB Comm that sKe wore male attire because she liked it her father Au gust Bu elncrth a farmer has been saved Irora golug to jail He was or Bested on complaint of nfclghbors who insisted that he forced the garb and the toll upon his daughter to save ithe sages of a hfr d man The father was followed to the lockup by ift daughter in a high fetate of rse anu after explanation before the local justice of the peace the father war discharged Theglrlclad In a rough working suit QTeralls and a sombrero said that she could not be happy Cwithq tcomtlnued life in the open ah And plenty of work I can make a man wages she saidsand I can haye all a mane fun iin not doing tiny harm and J want to Je let alone There are not men enough in this town anyway Jlm Just stepping out pf the way to nake room for the girls who are so crazy about getting married Swearing to Validity of an Excuse Kissing the book seems to be on the point of bering consigned to wellde lerved oblivipn and England might easily take pattern by the form oi path that obtains in the Channel lands The ia rectors are exofflclo memhersof the States tf Jersey and In common with otter constituent ele fmeats of the satae oody they may fre quently be seen 1th theuplirted hnd swearlnj to the valIdIty of the excuse thati another member is absent through illness The custom has teen handed down front a Norman ancestry that ever recognised tfie sacred final I ty of putting a man on lIs oathand emphasizes most strikingly the par allel values of the right hand and 01I mans plighted word PoIngdetmeI IB still a Jersey surname TheGuai j diaL 4 Woman Skilled as Vd6dworker Lady Colebrooke who is fanious like for her beauty acompllshments snd skiM as a political hostess pos iesses a wonderfully complete cdr eBters Tend wood earring shop at J hington Laharkfihire Hefe slid haV apt only turned out some clever pieces work but she has taught some of the village girls on her husbands esj tate bow fo fashion wood 07 hammer and chisel 4 A The Stomach A wbe has a wash IIIkOd eoch sad who does not jipdy W batIs btoed h become sk ond pmd Art bi whoUbody w improperly sad a Di PdjlI1 ii D1OVZRY wI Mw1tj Ir a4duIuukau aeon k fonae A ery a pare 0yeri4 Arisa IbIcl roots prtsdon itS wrapper It aso jd tiiHaap wkfc secret i ostre sYsry le silmf M endPaed kfe feeders lit all iae aeaeek oi II af secret nostrum on atekMitvte for taw limeproyss aWo perriorf Ask ypu XBIOHBOM They must know of fpads II during past 46 yeari riUbtia your own iHtilbbodiood Isson l dosl Awoci tPrRyJPiercc Prcii BuffalpN Y s4JI FOOD FOR HEAR j i wu 27d Thu iI weEi a fair ra 1iofsriissnforayear But sqme pople eat and n a d fective digestion au d uoMwtaWe food A large zc bottle of Scoit EmUlSion equals in nourishing proper ties ten pounds of meat Your pYicall tell you witdoit rOLSALZ1YALIDtuG0IST8 Send I0or name of w er nnd this adVfot onr beontUuSavnBS Baikand Childs SkptohBoot Each bonk contains fQDodIii JcPennr SCOTIV BOWNEi iwTcJurf Jfcw york To Supcrsede th Pilot A novel inventron which may en able ships to dispense with pilots in rivers and harbors has been brought out by a member pfthe electrical en gineering department of McGill uni versity at Montreal This device consists of an insulated cable laid on the bed of the navigable channel tojlowed y ships An alter nating current of electricity Is sent througn the cable and the induction from the curren affects two tele phones on board thus enabling the ships officers Jig keep tp the lIne of the cable by listening to the phones Harpers Weeklyt 4 An Echo pf San Francisco IbI wonder bo1m any of ihpso con ujecteS with newspapers said a re potter remembo tbjp famous die patch sent bx a press telegraph Operator Tt was the only smileraiser in the whole horrlblje catastrophe It read something like this The build lag Is beginning onock bricks are tailing about and its me for the elm PIG life Then iit trailed oft as if the operator had scooted for the open door Or wall peyhapi This dispatch was handed about the newspaper of fices and made all the boys laugh in spIte of the serious picture it called to mind More Restrictions on Jews The Siberian Jews have lately beer Subjected to severe repression The uuthprities suddenly discovered says the Jewish Chfconicle that the Jews hdoi4gbttd travel from one tows to another but were bound to remain In their present pieces pf resIdeRce For this reason too they expelled from the larger educational centers all provincial Jewish children thus de privlng them of all possibility of edu eating themselves The Jewish politi eel exiles loov have been prohibited frpnv residing in the towns and have eu to retmun ou where conditions of life are very severe Death of the Oldest Nun The oldest nua in the world ha Just died at the Clsteriah convent 6l Sarheu near Ijucerne She wap known as Mother Andrew and was born on DecOmber 14 1812 She malls her pro fession on June 10 183 and from that time had charge of the vestiary of the convent until 197 aboat sixty years bo was able t read without spec jtacles almost to the end and had never been under the dqctors care im til her lat illness ghe never quitted the convent frpm the time 06 her pro fesslon and paused her religious life under six different prioressesgeneraT of the order Hash Some people find fault when eating hash because they dont know what Is In It Such souls are simply trying to dodge Happiness Would anybody ever start upon a Journey if they know the cars were going to leave the track or that the bridge was sure to collapse No Indeed Would loV ers of hash ever order that most toothsome Mand were iit note for tlje delightful uncertainty attached to li the compelling mystery in which it is wrapped Why bo wisd when perfct hctppl ness lies in ignorance Hash hat stOod the test of lime and whatever lt is mado off history has yet to place a calamity at Its door Wine haaI caused the head to rise above church steeples pie has ruined the idigestive apparatus and hot biscuits have brought the price of nightmares down to a surprisingly low figure but hash plain regular inoffensive hash i has gone on down tim ages and left nothing in its wake but a food memory and a sweet taste in the mouth Why worry Bostbn Herald Turn Abbut What shoiits the patrba of the restAttrant Fifteen dollars for cot fee and Tolls Its1 outrageiisL I vpn pay IL Tes ybu will calmly states the proprietor VMy wlfei went into your fiflllliiflry shop yesterday and paid S5 for some wire frame covered with two fOet of lace and ah iartificial rose Now you see how it feels dont you Judge Millet hay if cul tt lao right time and euctssi better hay than tim othy especially for sheey The Babeoctc testis the oniyiaethod by whi h you canbe certaiii that your cows are giving you a square deal Remember that the first grass of the spring iff rather a light and flimsy f feed It has tiot theIjopdVproperties of ihe later grass Make It a rule tj cut sprouts from the orchard treej tgree tlmeg during thoseasonrin the spjing In June and flIiat of September t JDt turn tQQ stSck on the pastures t jvhlle ey are sottiYpu wilt lose nipre t damage to the grass than you will i fain bth4 feed the stock will get Get lpsheeii shearing out of ha1 t way nd dip the sheep is soon as yom get tie wool oft them A second dip j fAT6 GFTiHEJBRAAKE 1 A Jccasiire Ship Thai LW Burfsct Cfl Capo Hcnlppen CapIleulopen i BItlsIiqld niid how nuiQlv moie goldaiid titri r bnraairda vlli- er jtedsmea can Onic jni4fin fT S the irrjrj h privateer pwai sailed for the wt Atlfijtic bcaiUifr enough gold to jwiy off alIthEulIs1 tfoopsj stationed iu vorious parts of tlu nv vorld A the solt1el tWdflOi Iwn paid III ujanyr tnonilis tile suit was it liirg tone Whether the cnptiin of the Braak decided to tiirilplnue or 7liefbiT me1y fi wakeltowhfg cceimic 2mI InIuinkiug yr on nil the oiiumlcs 01 Eflglntjd Uwt hi tnit tO lUf lrisIivpa tnI Iiifeuded to turriAjvcrliiw ltt lli jhcy crown ira his return will ien1 1j known lut tlc tliat the lininkt tpuk uo prisoners dud snnlf evjcrj jute cpejj n long vny toward i min itutimcy theory Time fcnvaKfc iiptureil i SpanIsh mcyxlinntiHim cotglnpr uj from SGuth Amoflcnn ports IjMfea vitji rcli trlUute fftoh the FpauUlf eolculc tierdi tninshnne the jror1 us caV to lifer owt hckl iutr ljyni 4 dfe v r lubther Spaiiisli awlI brlaglKrr u hur ii service of ticbly jtiried RoW lite 0a now world caflijsflml cii ouiitcr Sl tie prlvateet amt uuffVrod the same fqte TUt nest to Jtoll a iIic tim to HIP BraaBts rapoclty was a Irenclininn carrjln rslllcs pje3 bran dy antl bars of sliver liiat too was sent to tile bottom after It was de spoiled The Brdakt was Overtaken by a liur rlcane when nearing the American coast was blown far outof her courseS and sank off Cape Hcnlppen Several ollftliecrow escaped in a small Jtojal and reached laud Thdir taled pf the treasure on the sunken Ship caused several expeditions to be fltted out the following year but nothing was brought up save pieces of the anchor ebalns and a cannon Qr two During h e last hundred sears every effort to raise any part of the treasure has tAiled Time last attempt was made by CapI thin Charles Adams who fitted put n hlp under the auspices of the nary department biit was unable to Jopate t thq wrecks whleh Is prob bly by this tlue deeply submerged la time ooze mid mud of lie oroan bnd Ncr York Houseilie rtr JereU list IIP be taken tovi1ifvspH ThlsiuvolveU the claslni ftju liouse until the little one Shtniici lyeVeil cqouglv to return Af er the wjfe bid secured hotel accoiiimcddtiona by the longdU5taucetelcphfnp the man f ttie house went to his room anti slowly and thoughtfully snreud the entire contents of Ills wardrobe upon his buil that tljey mjght lje convenient for his wife to pack He stood surv yjagthenl deep In liedilatlonk when his wjfe catnc Into the room and began to speak to him lie raised ills hand rebuklngly Dont talk to me now Susie ilonc talk to me IIhave a great deal on ray mind If arv going to the sea shore day aft IT tomorrow there amp many things t be done arid must plan ills wife who had already tele phoned tho ImiIier iuilkiuan balder grocer exprissmaij and ticket pfil e and given tie ftrald a months vacn tlpn and arranged with a relative ii the care of time doggazd mt hIm hi Silence l A great deal qn mj rniudlfe re1 tbeJetfrcarm1iJ4tt1sessIIenC to explain You see be said VI have got to put a tiail In the ceilar window nTh stop the newspaper Youths Con punlon A Painter Who Was a VluscInn Tho i pAjtntPrs who alsd lmv th foollnjr s of time yrollcliMicjiOi n muSIcian reveal It their work j They are u uaHT colorists with inonfj iye fur the colors and tonUs of iirtrr thad tier shiimc ama forms Sucbn inc tvns CJttrot He had a good coO foire and playod on the violin Ho iiug sit his wtirlc and snug too when jje was not painting but wandering rlirousU the forest of Koutnlnisblcau j Draround the village of Vllle dArray absorbing tile beauty of the scfiig and storlrig up Imjirosslons for fuiure pldj tflrea In his holelohg life cJI Peveutynlne yeifr wile to Le Pero ornt ia hit friends loved to rail him a song And ope feels It In his pier tilres at lenat Su bis later ones li which be bett known Their color tag Is subduod like a lullaby or waic log song for jt jns thejdawn or twil light tfiat he preferred to palp vibrates with the hum of nn ody and here mid there Is dn accent of pffeic Mint trembles like the string of his violin Corots Ions life was a rcpuirkalilA instance of a man lining able tocclD ifnJie in the end tht springtime of Uj yputlK Circle Mnpajslne The Oldest BriJJse In Paris Tilt Pont Notre Dame Is the eldest lirltlsp In lnrlsj It was first built IrI14H In the reign of Charles VIL 111F mIrlt IbU kPAtLti1 Ifioisinds Have Kidney jTrouble and Heyer Sosjoctli now TO Fiua Out Yill abottle or common glass with your iter and let it stand tveentyfpur hpursv jx aSddidmeniors t tlingindicaiesan unkiuilthv con r ditioit of thki4t neys if it stains 7 your linen it fr evidence of kiii iiey trouble too frequent desire to pass it Orpauit m the uutii 1- 5Alsocouvinciug proof that the kidney Aud bladder are out of order What To Do There is comfort hi the knowledge sc often esijressed that Dr KilmerF SwampRoot the wrest kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism paIr iu time back kidneys liver bladder nntl every part of the urinary passage It Corrects inability to hold watct indl scalding paul iu passing it orr bad tftects fdllowiug use of liquor Wine jx beef and overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity ot being compelled to go otto during the day1 and La get uji nI1ni nightI r1e mild the extttoxdinaryefteFt of S3vampRooi 1ilqstfortreSsing cases Jf Jou need a niedicin you should liaveJ the best Sold 4dm gists io fiftyCeut and oned6llar sizes You may have a sample bottle and t iook tliat tella All tK about it both6ent free Jiy jiiaiU Address Dr XiImet Co1 Ping hamfonN Y AVhen Hom PtB wnipn6cC vriting uiention this paper and donv mate any mistake but remember the game Dr Kilmerg SwamrvBpqv art toe address Bijigbamtoiii N4 V r WhySnfler- JJ you one ol ffie thousands oi wonenv o uffrfromfema1e ailments lfso dont bediscour ofCrdor use jDunng the last ialf century Car uihas been remedyfordepended CARWJ1 tHJi tHrles Brtgg of Sweetser Lid tried CarHuI Bile writes TonguQ cannot tell iow mucli meBeforeITTOuld work awhile and He down I shall yaurmedicitAT ALE DETJG STOEIS A Story That Vafries ThcriB is n iHory more or less dlf fuscfd of a yoing bride ou her wedding day playing the game of hide and seek end concealing herself Iu one of tjne I ancient carved chests ot large sithiAfter she had gof lathe lid olosdd aud she found herself unable to raise it again for Jt fastened with a spring and she was shut In Search I wasImade for liar in every quarter but right one and rent perplexity and dismay were caused by her disappear once It was not till years after when chance led io the opening Pf the chest Ihatfjthe body of the young bride was discovered rOd the mystery of her dis appearanoe solejl plOces1UILIs true pfvany Pile of them Ttogrs tells It ofVa palace In Mqdcna The chest In which jtho poor bride was found is shown at Bramsbilli ih Hainp liir11 the residence of Sit John Cope Another similar chest with precisely tie same story aitaehejl tplt wa pnjt slipwu fit 3JarweII Old Hall 4xjtween Winchester and Bishops Wnjthaui Time folk t tlle of Catekln pr Peav Flithotthat is repugnant to her and asthls tale Ja found all over Bnrope it may have metamorphosed Itself Into thai of the bride who got Into a chest and died there Conihill Magazine Dfttettinga Thiefi 4Some of tile stortesin the FoJklprf of the Ubly Lund segmtp be nt ieast founded on fact and Indeed when wo eQuip down to quite recent times we find undouWedly genuine stories that might have been told Pf the days of the caliphs Here 1sonepfj Ibrahim Pasha AgoldsraltjijiOf Jolla complained that rtls tfflp lied iHou rnbbed uml biipnJoiirbPiiihha promnid redress tPiiTiiet lIY lic sruo to thO mans fld 3n the prjasance of a great IVertIrcdtIro cxpcriiii1hr to jlve P Tbcii tcr tell 1ifllOU5O he crledari ether fummrmii lUstcojwd ngatn J 1be jmiup hu door jiorelats tbnr the fcUfrf Is syutfwh i ih tkl rodi iif limseetl wojilij and that lit Itgd of tb duSt JiDd ifllbweliR rom tho shep oii his tttrlxHteJuV Ho had Ills eye ftti the crtwd ami saw n maq histllj tnl8ftlilshkiid to bruslj his fcp v The manias armUt l aiifl confessed his guilt Gcpne of Farfnyard if amnotlm Iptir Circle ti1 te is on per son who makes himself tstrcmolyAlh jccflonaMi from his fonyarduoag o bumptiousness thLi IIs ira escollenr fame for putting him in his right place T1The master of the coremoples states that the present cOmpany must nil hnagluejtuenuclvoB toue the denizen 0f a farmyard Ho says that he will whisper uach in turn the particular anitudl lie wished them to Imitate hcnat a given sUjfual aivlibn ue drops his handkerchief they must al iinK ate together the tfoc of tbcTnnlniai jhey ai0 s PPomd to be r lie then wlrltpont to paeb in ttirij np arently tin name of the animal they tire to rcpio nt In loalftyi what h r really whisper Jtoijutih purfoctly silent When he comes to his real VIctim however he whispers TliQ donkey bray as loud a roti t inl fTime youth slmpersnpd promises him Belt to attract general attention from the realism of his performance The roaster of tile ceremonies then cries out tAll rooHjnow thonf Brefy one remains perfectly silent except the bnmptlous youth who cover himself with cpnfusltn end ridicule by time AndhPS8 of Iris solo Coming Events Cast GhsTdaws Before Harbor hanKfi- grnesirMirnt f rJ isny ii iiruw ysut tais to Coa nt sool by tlimlltmtflril Jajr wJw fwas out niulil iijitt is Jut grig home tQ fflce Jil8 wlfoi Von iiikb shpoito Jfctt know hUi thutv hniLn t1ncsipe Ptillctg the Dt9 Layers At the Utah osneHmoar Htfltloii ei perlinpnW wore cnrrifd on rb deter mine the erg produetlou of hash at different ages A record of thirteen Brown Leghorns showed if filing pit of 401 eggs during what we call the yearling yettr4lmnt Is they laid 407 less or thirtyfive eggs each less that during tho pullet year Foir White Leghorns laid 353 lose as y arllhgs Three White Plymouth Rock laid ISO eggs loss the sccpnd ypai Five Barred j Plymouth Rocks laldSl l sstiiO see ond year Sixteen AYlilfe Wyandottes laid 042 less time second year than the first V The Farm Workshop One of the best lines of equipment Vhlcji any farm can have jjit gpod wprkfehop swell supplied with tools and nmchUiery for nqeded repairs Break ego add loss of bolts and nuts are of constant occurrenCe aiid there is frequently much loss of time from pot having the Deeded things at hand with I W ilch to malte repairs Kucira hop may well Include n forgo and nfew I blacksmiths ioola for doing ftfo slnJ kr kinds of lronwcmr- lmet I EI4 = == fliE HUMAN RAGE Will Man Simply Shrink pfF the Fae4 ofcthe Earth A French BtjitlstlQlan who las becTn studying the military rind other rec lords with a view of determining the height of men at diiferent periods baa ceached some wonderful results He has not only solved some per plexing problems In regard to the paL Vof tho human raw hut is also enabled to calculate Its future and to deter mine the exact period when lana will disappear from the eoirfh Tliei recorded facts c teild over near ly three centuries It Is found that In 3010 the average 175lnttens1700 It was five feteTjUr inches In 1820 it was fivefeet five inches and a fraction At the present time it five feejt three audi tbre nUarter inches Tt is easy to deduce from tliyse figuri a rate of regular tad vgraduul declSit In ihumtin Rtttnre end then apply tillS Working backward mtd fftwvar toUie past nod lo tt fti urr Py thlfe calcu lation it cjcteimiofltl tbat the stature of the flrs men attftined UIQ surpris lug average of sfxtertfeet nine inlics Truly there were Slants in Use eaKh in those day The ace had alreadj deteriorated in the days of Ogjaba Golhitbt was a quite degederatfr off spring of time giants Comlngxlown tb later time we fiiifi that at the bftglii nlng of our era the average height of snail was nine feef anti tastlie tltne pf Charlemagne It was night feet eight Inches But the inert astouisjilngvro cult of this sckyiW c tudy comes frwpf tlie application cf the same inexpr bl Wii nf rnmlnnftmi tff tliR fiitiir calculntjpu shows tjiatvb the yefiv 4000 A D tiit ctatuje of the javomsr man will be reduced t v fifteen Inches At thdfrepcch there nlll be only Hlft pntlans on the erirtn And the opni elusion of tlie learned shtl lclnn1 Ifr irrdslstlble that fie end ofriieLerjfl will certainly arrJvo for lle iiiluiblt qiits will have berotoe so small that they will finally disupour1lnii hr disappearing tip the FrdiiShidiimmn en- froi the tarrestiuii gice- Londpu The Witty Duke A1 Chicago helrcsV Avas relating pome of pier e JD jences during the Lou dou seasootuat kfts jH5t ended And at a dinner In Begracl square slit sIdInt next to thm Dabe of Devonshire He is of course a v4ry great swell He blithe bun nor of the swells pf Du Maurier a vorj bbrwl manner and In a sleepy t1mI lie says witty Vilnius ItO searcefybelleve Jl said to tlw due that Id jpur maiden speech in the house of commons yoti paused three times Aid yawned heavily IOk but youd believe it sahl lie ft youd heardthc speech i rife THEGAMEII lib i airAlrndsir as Much Psychology 1 taj as AtWatic I fiiarIy ev ry bt ball game is won itj Njst an bmT riny o play that poacs at tlie psycU rUsical Instant Mnottg tlp players who dd not study fteyvhuli tiifi crucial nwmoivt Is known ett1it brenk a plienpntonon which uq one Iws jinalyzed and xtlileii time play n lheni elves do not under stand Twenty nicn on tire bench itre watching olpBcly and1 latently ewry Taove of thtf pitcher eycry swlBj of tile arm Tlip tide ef battle 11504 crta null then srtttdcnly at the start of some Innliig sonietlilHg happens Wiit Jt is no one oursUlJj the Dsychit riiieel of Influence ever iii understand uutA the silent tight iH df watchful alert follows on time see something oi fool something Mud time iuytQriouB break UaBcoine One bail The plnyers on the bdncb suddtinjy stiffen and prepare forrn Mellon TTo holier Two players Jonip for bats anti begin swinging theai the coachers who have yelled only bev cause It was thelf dntjv suddenly begin vrfIng screaming nod awim1g time Olrt anti tie mannifcr who has ap jitfared traIt asleep makes a jtrumpati Ttf lite bauds arid tends his bnwi J log loud ordor and wld taunts The spoftnMrs ti II nuderstariir ajiytilrjUus IjKtJpuncd Other battery have had two malls called many ttnifcs audit looks tno same to the spectator Avhp Is beyod the mysterious break phere In two more moniunts tAle plajers bench Is a jmadbbtise with twenty men ghoutlngj screaming ordering moving Three bailsrnhd a malnan nishes put to time tlcek Four bnllHl audI the spectators Join the players lit tUe denfinistratlpu Tho inaduess fs spreading Cradr a bare Sit n tjuut a wild throw dnbtbUf base Jilt screams shinits lniHciSj tlon a r of frantic aVpUplsfeia final louguy Tho manager eicbea for his glove spit tnlp it and says quietly l1mr iuisrwvpgot cia Time breakVis qvor aijd the playtr bench is u ain tmo ftUiofest port of tie grounds TIme surge of 6hthnM nsni confidence nail noise atibaldea and time gaiub ikc Avon j Dasolinfl alumsf as nimichpsyuii- oIfli8i imrAmtlmlotie v1i miu temfift Cn bn t a stomigcr rtguinrhy 4111 7lose iiwtiakqr vItliics4iie rejnhtrity vyliy one bjtJt IVI vOn hilt one ltdhei and fa h lilS8 before aliotherfwllfr oiie pUfbur is veftVctlv flgitinst a strong ttavii and at time mercy of nn other tit rnJm f lit tirtlf 0 bard DIO ViiOrlci1 vro1511135mnr1 ilu A Fireless Cooker Ifree ToUser of MdTHERCEftJtALS You may rest all after noxj n iif jpu have a Mothers ats Free Fireless Cooker in the house- suppoyoufa11as1eep when your husband comes h o m e and wakes you all you will have todo is to go tp the Fireless Looker and take out the per fecdy cooked and steaming hot dlnftdt that will be aE rcady Nothing burn boU sput in the Mhes Ost Co 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