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ftIfUtf j erhrinifuga il JI lEHTIll CMeLMKsMjsl run IIIJ M r MMMHMO OMV S- fBallaroVSaow Ltulateat Cm OMrouovut ato RED CROSS DmiO STOftE r 1 11lB fIIIl 1f Pr 1 L TbeIiIt1JfOIJ4 was shocked haTbJniday ht the anipin ce nteot 0 I M eath of HamlMirg Bella Itha w ddc greate t trot af mare She died at the farm of W owner HM Hanna naat Thomas ville 6a whare she bid Jaat Weaahlpaad In the hope of esfcoriig btr to health by eeoap iaa trifeYi ot a northern wiaur climate She died pf pneimonk a few iKHtr a after her arrival at the farm isambirg Jell registered as Sally Bimmoo II made three worlds records At orth Randall tirapk near Cleveiaiid onAugnst n bat IB her match race with i the b ckborse Uhlan JHer first rMat was troited in 2 OH the Jaetesit UJr trotted in a race tbireyIoU I oeas Farmers Home journal i A Hsilra Brwaelth Escape j Do ymiinow that every time ym Tea chor oklaBdfetitf rHHOH th4 kis itwill jast cure itself you aeeiiivttMff phenBtomlr coMimptMi- oth4rIMM p l ar trosble Jeatritt fit la k k l ptrfsct health a d top that fitwith BallardsHorekoWMl Syrup n Tfrice ISc Stc ad 100 r bottJe tJIiiIIriMaaaory i 4 Of Little Barton the five swttM old bahj of Mr andllrs id MoorejJ wbo died of Whoop iaif OGib Nov 2 190Q He ifaa a briffbt little fellow an te tt Wilh hk little twin brother who aaaijRoae before him t join the tJ baali of angels to which thejrbe loag JJe has gone froio us4 oar b baby oHoTeBt we know s well still they misatbeir dar Iii treasure and that sorrow aotte can tell ObI that home iis sad aad qiiet babys Voice they oaniot here empty is the little oarriage A place is vacant in the home wakk Tercaibe fill drQinhm wMdoai has recalled ibe boo of hi ibve has tTiten the which slambcijs heVe the iba lifetta soalja safe ia heaved IXr not moarxi O tender toother thiivfrh the cfaiia has co be laralMia waiting lor his loyed oaea wallfesf oe eothershore Ifa JJiei af now wantnsttry d iva JFac dod that we aaj kbe ntore JMM the one that alatya bsisatn tlisa sod Now ysi6lMtffkJfoyed the attildSO dear try a d serve ydnr intaftfjc with greai lore and rear AConsin WkiI j kv a coWthe first thiaf itiatH howete mpve Do take a ytW tthat stay coBstl aaet 4ilfa hloaed cough wr 4 4e CMs4l4e Try KeMudya oativc Cwif k Syrap Itirivesthe M from tHoa8t by a free ye t retJf a tt pfch boweli it stops a- iM c fk it Is pleasant U take uChiUNrcmlikePharmacy t A t Iithe Truth I If nWI athre hu1 m t Ifty aarsoas each day andj shjpald H the 1inquiry Aiy nws fort niiiei out of be fif iy wottldraoly afWc a vigoroasi of uebMdJuN tgaeea not When at tbesaBie ta e ha might know of a nimber- of teterestiig banpaaiigs that would h lp lb make the paper just what averyona wishes it to a a paper fill of news of the oomwtuuity So if the item of news which yoa expected to seem print is not there it Is your awn Jaalt yon failed to inform r laalof the tacti Jx IIt TlmeIto wefVect yew health The worst isefetoct that reu ca1te guilty of to to alk w Mtif tiaii hJUotisaess or aiy K r tt bowel trow tele to COIItlaU It leoclt1KToUr entlr system aa Jj Mkjr l l o a itrjhHki ckroMc Hs aset TJIal JIHWac tet efaaatiy r as wK ftoMfaX Kod OOM Dr fStore f BMJORB BtJY IMG A ICAiRli- Wraie tor niylwfafaral Iwi of IIQ XT d Ohio farm llAHkitrwood Ii 18000 410 parUjrQbso riTer bc 1000 4IAW 1Cl 1oICJOID1Iet K 4tb8J Cincinnati 0 BOY mm f Entar Na Albwiy Jrr Bank aad oots Three Man i WithouiwarBlng on last Thurs day at 11 oclock inN Albea Intl one man was killed and two wonndedlin wht was a de4 perate attempt atbnkiro bert by a seventeen year old youth The crime occnfred in theHer chants National Bank and the QJDI are Garry Fawcettttie cashier Jack Woodward the PresMfeatand Janes R Tucker a colored chauffeur whom the murdecer had forced at the point of a pistol to accompany him on j bia yerrand of crime The chaiffeur Tucker ila wfell known here having been raised Dear town He has recently been employed by a Mrs Escott in Louisville asa cfiauffcur and was working on the machine last Thursday morning when the murderer at the point of twod pistols made him drive from Louisville to New Albany When taey reached the bank be forc d4he negro to lead the war through a rear door As sodi as be entered the bank be cried t throw fiintoea began to shoocikillink the qbier and dan rously wound ibeban1tdpiHg chauffeur then fled himself to riveraJ btmptinhroigh an angry mob to the 01Jlas been ideniifled asrmIIoal rlwhoState q f Ohio City of Toledo 1aLucas County f Frank J Cheaer makes oath that ke scMiorpartmerof ie1rm ofF 0Jbity of Toledo eodaty audltafeIaforesaid and that said first will paYs the SUB of em haadrfll dollars for each lJld every case of Cattarrh that RCtSaorm to Before Hfr aud subscribed j my preseMee this 6th day of Defr A D e itseaJt otary PubIc Halls Catarrh curds taken later ally axd act directly tile blood awl mucous surface of the systets Sead for testimonials free IV J CheBey A Co Toledo O Sold by all Dm fristj 7c A Profitable Patch on There is ao4 question about there blsing big money in fruit but a statement frOm a reliable i depute ME Harry Rhm at the head of the procession On two acre of his place at Stith ton this season Mr Ranm picked u and sold 2500 worth of gooae berries getUog twenty five cent galloajor them The pickers iwo and three cents a gal ton J 4ir Oharie Corbett of tbji same section tells us that he got 11400 for his apple crop this year Elizabethtown News Whaopyni Couth t aItCBttgh must ma its caerse botihe M of DrBcW PiMtar He ey has atH JII tta ckM sot the cac It c WcwnMi by tie use of till eJy I o 4c f8l tl ben bo the bottle r t WiD ContMt EleCtionJ By suit filed in the circuit coirt Tuesday afternoon JAThompeon ri who on the face of the returns was defeated at the recent election for the office of Chief of Police sinine yote seek to ba d card ttie legally elected candidate ta his petition which is filed against Win II Ypwell the plaintiff claim that the defend eIballot aad that the oertllicate of flect BJ iiediplfr Yo well by the Board oi ieptknt CoMstis skwers was wrongfiilir awarded Tbe defendant it is alleged adopted the seal of the State of Kentucky M a device1 for bis B W to besplaped aider 6n the WUot aa4 wbeii lie dloot re4 the steiutM prohibited thist be B a4 UM race witboati ueiag a device of aoy iiM Tbe pNun Uff eUiDs that to have oonfofm- edi Uf t law the defeodadt sbbaid bwrje a4opt d an emblem ojt some kind axid because he di4 ot beulrH that ttiebaltot box M be opeied and a reoonat isaVto i tha only the ballots that har fttoes ncii mark opposite thedt iepdaats vane be counted for him and tbat tboe with tbe stencil mark in the circie QTer his name be pointed as inralW- Hi yowell ham bcea awarded the certifcate of electie aW will be sworn in as Police Chief the first Monday in Jainary The fciit will not be 1 e4 intill sometime duriig the Jaiiarfr term of court which begins tket foirth Monday liii that nwhth jLebanoQ Enterprise ty f s a food salve asd Dr Bell ABtkcvdc Salve lat Seat It is a crcMty MOW white olataieBt Gtiaraaieed for all skla disease 38csoldey rj where If you have Hoticed syM tHI s ef kid ney tremble do tiWay takta most reliaWe a d dep4 4aWe reypossible wch suDeWitts Kk3 yad Bladder pllk These wMderfMl pin are baiag nued wUh grett satisfatfj tloa by thovsaad of people Try n ladderpnuday TenibleT Nar Rickmond Ricbmdnd fey Nov 10A- m named Moody a wellknown of Kingston eight mile i of iere today killed hii wife by cutting her throatWit a butcher knife Then setting nto his home he took carbolic Thefire was pat ott by neigh woo resetted Moody un io l Ha died within a few JIThe wife in trying topInto the road and tiled there A Die b jormed to kill Moody found him dying Moody ras sr property owner and widelr Known The caiwe bis rasp act is not known Little Early Risers the1 ale are ffeatle easy little Ufe1 lll 1Se tetcl Ief eWKt Cat bolized Witch Bawl Stive the orif Always reftts subststutes awi imitatioas The orifriaal Delfltts Carbollzed Witch Hue Salve tlfQRI anythtap a HIve Is ucdferHtJ is effKciallj rood for piles SeMby Red Cross Pkariiicy j Th Kd SaJiraJ t The cosfotrjr hereaboits iisjet ting despeir telIJdr Be i tween Henderson and Padicab the Illinois Central railroad there is notjt single place where saloons can oe licensed Be tween Henderson1 and Nacbvilk on tbe LouisvUleand Nashville saloons vcan get license oily In j Christian cointy Between Hen j derson and Louisville on UiI Texas railroad liceDHlIII granted only at Owensbord i Fora thousand or more miles 11Iaij directioi Htnderaom is the jiallowejjj pretty mich as they pleaaeiaall things Henderson Gleanon r r desired by everyone If there H aay iaftaaiattoR tile eyes cant he bea witUI 8outkerla Kay e l re Balve will restove tke l IaBiatiM aid clear the eyw 35cat bc Safle oftandf I will offer for sale on 11141f Ielcounty court day at the Coirtt House door in Springteld K my farm consisting of 110 acres situated ort Doe Run creek ahoat V l1 miJPI from Sprlngfteid H the SprD fled aid Blooateid I turnpike road at public auotioa to the bifhest and beet bidderv The aama land conveyed to ma bj 6 A Beiedtct aad wile t Terms made known on day off salet AlllEJfJIJUJ GRT ET c rtjJIiif ft UtLooe 1MtTObto saarket = 1 were iaaihied to iMbt tIM irilfUtJ l a Leafls afiagfteld would be a t wertiti Jiaek f MM vote kpb it iwl afc r a coiiitiiipe it was a MMOSM froAth start and was eoi w w Mk itwlf L jtear itbees was oily Os Tobaoc fare CHMf Jpb at wort here fnd tlM waitbeW OO Tpjbacco Warebonet Co Tnk tear it lias erected aooiber virv s Mltois warebowe W her tor Wood U shown to the very best Mraavage In a4ditioa there a aaotbef Wirebo M Co in oorporat i under in name of Tbi Earners Lcos Leaf TG ThWJfeated aa4 eqiln eil with the nto tmodtrmwarsho einii r ve nlefcis They hare eoi lyai as aWt te r Mr John M AdaniR of Elf C rbd Is bowJ as tbe U1WLr Aucr Honearl He iaa Il DdMiIjlor tbe batinWc a d is oojirieous to b yer and sailer alike The Washingioa 3ounly Tobacco rTare ousa Co bare Mr Abra iI Sjdner wAG so siooeasfillT managed MM itJiing for ibeni iaat year aid is welt known to Wasbin toa County tobtood men Tlrt 1JM1ibctOit CkHinty To bacco Wafthsans Ooo np wtrds o 40000 poaais 01 last Saturday the average belog Iie oents The higbesiprioed crop sold waa that of JohaAirwVroBg bleb rq 17i t TbevTarmers1 Loose LeVf To banco War be Co s0W79000 Duuadgat an atengir ol Hoenta Pwoaa ranged fruui Sbeosf tol8- Tbera hvrse a teterai iKiy i er oa tilt market and will be ore iatlte ftttire 1large amount1 ol tobacco is being brought here ever f day frcra all part irf tba eooatr adfe many froai Marion Del pfc sur rounding conitiea have also bees soli hare Aa bat wnlll part of tbe tobacco itiayetfAi tbereb w attrrcroltft lt jr ciut1 in 1M ry Ira siort MBM Icinaka foar ialfaerwtek iin orhriQitUVMIol ittP Ito a vtattTpckwch f Olwi qiki Qkk bIatrful tefnckU cpuffc tiat haiAelcdl aU rtiM4it for iwe earl After six iM he rtlVMd ikathift glat ate st M lWall efateMH DXHac He cry1 a att r tklJIK Ia UJ Wi U M ever It jNivci tkmsaats yearly from fUsyratc 1M itoeaiM mUyf y Civile a 4 Q1t1Ipe JIMne firtQzIf JkJa ri JAitkaiU li i tsialhetMt freel fMrasiUei by Kayfe Mettrisfei LE1ANON LOCALS From The tfalcW Tbe fcoaw of Mr JCdd Lee to getter with its coatw IPFM de itrored by fire last Pdd1ttw toooaboat 4 o clock Taa family tiM gona to a sprang aboat 160 yard from tba aoaae taking with tbeat the 4 notttaa old babf As they started to retirn tbey dia covered beir aome eavsloped In flaaias aid the roof aboat ready to fall in Tia cfkaaa af ttba Jrel is ankaowa 4sdtbara was noin silraaoeoatha ikce The 10lial aboat 1000 Mr RiahardPowler oaeof the oldeat dtisaaa of Lebaioi met witk a nainfiraocWeat last Fri day tTeniaf n walkingl across tba yard at tbe fcaaM of his Wiighltr krai John Barr be oame im oooUoi wliliabencb Does Nut StimulateAytSHpi oMt Ha BOt ke you fed tterObe lUy tiie M lvlas ettr tW next It m not n strowi dnamv rfe w ciipli MWr yoViiKwiHiiBB it- T l SM a IBMUM Sv 1 ncrc si noI i aafaioopoi an sl iw amw imv awmny evea tut aAf tI itI We with you wotmd Mk yxw 4ocor J out thia H knows Trust Wm Dew t iKJ roes wkscfe he fen sistinf a fraetira fOR rib and jith seyare oriiftee He received Pfoailttiioll attptioa and iIL DOW getting alonn niQely ard wiUsoon btiittMgain- Miea Lis e Itollin 87yMrs of agef died at ht homein thtectty on WtKlMIK1J1IJIruil1I1Jov 10 1900 AltfewfthI flilu had njffeT ed front ah attack df indJ slpn two days tHevio fAhe hnd itp perentty recoy rid fr mlteti kcltwb1at ljftJr d l tlrslai night OJlW dn dy nr vang Whea elai i van wait to nr ied I sida they foind tflat kijHrlt t had take its departire rherokMJda aLJarge near St Marys with seyeril of his cow tjojs was in Lebanon Tieeday IB fact was here twice Tuesday His first trip was in a qiaint old stag coach and the second trip was in a modern aitomobile The stare outtitafforded considerable aBusement tolthose who saw itdKiM t4Mr9 J rled at Ray wicfcrTuesday Xhey of bolb reside in th Bewick dfe tnct and have nany friends bo wkth for them happiness and sucoeaf i itleUj The Biost stercUess eaeMXIkai jtot 99 utI declare Mrs 3 dlDaHDyspopsta Isvffe ed intensely after eatlC or 4rikkl gall d coakL scarcely sleef After maay reisoiies had WIj me completely Now lea oat anjv thiar I am 7 years old aad am over joyed to get my health aM strca th ackaraU Tor IdIjfesHo Loos of Appetite Troable YIBackuapevuledortsoii in BROOMCORN Ha Jfuaap d From 1Sq tbll 221 a To SiK July ljWidij1Ri 1 ny eoa ory TJie broom con market ia jjastnow Iintbeibroasof ocf of tba apet pronoiiced ahortagae in htfitorr and conaeqiehily the price of the proactia mounting byleapaAidboihds Since July the price Ijas moved up from ttom a ton and the top is not in iijbt Tbe nominal price M ea betwaah 160 and 175 a too Iria isat thw year the crop w so short wal there wilt fa decided B him seartity before the new crop oonea ia Toe greater part of tba bro corn need in tyiia ooaa4ry is grown w dklaboma aad Idaho in July te crop waa la axoallent condition bat a droath followed by hot winds played havoc with tbi crop J tKti practically none of it was made alcept vbat which btdbMa ptdvr early In 1ueDC80 tbe advance the raw aaattrml the price ofoj fiaiahad brooanf has boaodedup ward Within the past month toere Jail Mea an advance of close to 1QQ par ceat to the whoiaaala rioe with ajpropor it tioaate advance a tba retail or prtce A brooia taat lorawrly a COlt 26 cents now eelhfatS5o 40 cent and tba baHar g a4ai baTe noted ip acoofdiigly It jaI predicted that brooaw Will pJ coM to llbeore tbepreaetif j Imxvam nt la over Kentacky Repablicac iil AJoTokainBicki That patm i yowr hack oamoei hy lnmsoir j stiff musckit orA ftraia k n 1 twill ridUriwow Uaipemt cares rheamatfaiii jj lnmoart ore d ttiff Mmai strain spralas okts bur s bcnls scalds awl all aches ud palms Yea eoa a bottle imT rko oe JooW hy S 1te41 Cross DmcStorc WkolaeaU cSoW 1It r 3y a deal coaiplatad jeatarday tl BabaaooGra acy qowjpay lw oitoiIM ito tba Banded tba owland Grocery 1fIjiibfeKjr PosisasliMiwaagJTaa at ooe The yea erJaad G fry Oompamy owaa a halt 1 iiolaesis boaeis to difmieot ot t 8 aiI iataattoK to add to stoaai a re untol tbalaaa hoaea isos l Ii tiu UrMot tottbeaa iav a aft4tr J ft aL f 2SJ Lt l I r f4t i DA A I r Mt i f UK PGWDIII e ing the deal were signed yetted ora rawer placed by wirei J enlarge the sioek aowaa kd i w Bapn iltbeolr the old fr who will rtatata with the B W owaani W J niwh it tfea general manager of the Cvmber J IaJld GrpcerT eo bany has tbi itfrsia a Mo 4 y nper a ihteniiiig knintofcectf tb skx Phis work wMco p4et yeatfr and be feft tot B rn to iwh rlhOOIIipany aa iisbsad qiarterV leaving taa r sera4ary aad treasary tof th abatfaay iti charge Mr Pavidsoi w a bastaeiir ntaa Olj unnsaal ability IIi eajoyi ib este ai and coiifdewca of Tiarjy one who knows him He a4d J erdayijtlit wa stpre ibaa his eoofnaHy xroaW erect a handsooi ba 4nees1iMf Lebanon next sprint ior ljowause and that if thif atepwaft janally decided ujxm tha kUa wpuld bwt between jlOjOOQtJ 15000 The Lebanon Grocery Coaipa that baa JIOJ pwd N bis was organised in rwM 1JM7 An4 has co a ftttioeasfai bsa iMMM It waa inoqpotaipjd ast stock company With a capital ot 15000 and the ottp rs wun John L Pofrell presklaBt fO W ffagaa vicepresident and B 3 LaDCistef secretarr aait treaa urer Lebanon Eaterprise t 1 A QHe IIYsitbrrifled his fradtJaer llrl Ma Taylor of Nebo ICwk wrjsttV that wkea all thoufht he would die Q ekle s Lrmlca Salve Vholly i iQfalllbleferWns Scalds Cuts Coras Woqpd Br iwr a resTivtr ctti1iPblaIPiles 25c at Haydoa KoUrts i I PflWic Sill I will oa tba prenilsta oa I Iedieslt J lt Jat 1 oclock p for I eto tike hlfbee Bidder mv farm siUmWd on tt Texas and Mackville pike ifmiles frcHsi TOTM conUleiopr 155 acres to be aarveyed Ttifc far known as tbe Jaa crapt farm and has oa i Milx room dwatihpf Mwljt repaired av good cailaie and ciaWn all e U alliHnal aewj Sbaras wUihoM about f aeraV to aeco a nice yoang ortsa r jaet bof nhMr to bear fSfcv1 J ttaDdooetot tt la a bJ awe atDrtialiinidlsII iiferii hasjheatifeldar lotr O JlPCJn M JpainnWl jcU rJi4 I te w K IIIL ilr Q xa r 1JII JlI 1t oon mill at n1 l wn o III Wi yott Hil Oallaa4 1 1ktI r 1 r t Y5 id411r 0 4 I ztJ f if LfJU 11J r =11ip aathifao la tto 1T hit PfM IJ UM adtolay be ait dM h oI =U= JlHMIJjOJ f 1 ProlB IR rajeassit in flgTiati Ij rftwa tlI r to Rained alt nlg t j raafure llftito h fljr w p IYL J MMtld beiinpoesibto she ayfamniai a a joat b et aor aBMsf aa N than r w k and wbaerlbi faV tIr fli n L till plane begaalass leaaiaaT te he ia sssnaMsV biIe TT 41 Ha lobr aasf 1r teody hoeaiM rtfti aiL J1 S of Tbew t IIt ben8iI aad 1for ij to- 1ri 8Ita p1fiiea aoW i tile risrU body ereoi tnll It Wliaat a back sjaftr anal io tTVT II J rsaHisil thai tl1JMfMy nfiiHiI alsasi Me irat 4f- torta faded nBBaanswwaa oiar rledM1 tota l = IIaat M4 I IIP t i r fj II W t Ie f1t1 l r ar lr 1 If IU = Ha 11 atata II d f 1M SBSm S ff S 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yabtMLthatttkam wsr Ib1 aJf VJJ aWAie Cre YeraIfi e J 1 1ap1 ti et 5 phtby a yipI Sf4d bjd Cro- iS Usy t siI Msse A41i Cox sid Aisi I t t4I Iflipset SiWrsi liti i t l1rMrg Lviuhsipurchu 3t sert oi land Hat MOOTM WltMlaUyiftff IfctMi tte fret of MM yr 2 t jotJ sp- T tb J f 4 ht iobIl ip y 1JiS j JkMlrtfjf e04IrltOt1of Mr rTzt4 t jfjA tSMMfMtf iittrjl afek with iJ t tybtJa CbI ii Mn Akid Tlioiipcoa and it 1J lTJItOeutQSprlnljeWr 1 l J Tt sad fmUy r 1l r a tirhoithIndii Q jIJiS Na1 t o MeJtikey of Bloomflali t aDdttDi Ic bh trs1 itlr WIboGpOO t Xr J bi Pini tenr1Mbe 5 VBL Karya a tHtmovev football M1 Iaoo8ttirdr Mr JMW OCo rsor and rElI- wrWff t i Etaik Moa bt been wprk- ng I J oo MM turnpike thptr wf aad bae the rotd lii ex i osIsat ooatteon- Sj rI nIk dSiie E uaf ka pet JThmraday with t Mkc KUwi Gr f0rjr l JIliIIi Jlarak BMCa ttrUlMd i bw flPrJiay tv iBfr WftlN n t Tl o pOfl Lavenla OCon t V or Urny VtAtMIGri Sa4s aM Bertha I lD6Jli 1l Fr i V- Ctiatrj i seisrLmeha r1 L1tJiiLMe Joe Irff M YwI lens are victIinM ati4dtr wowea T f 1ta1Lt Ifl i r fo t 3cKIagsXew Life Pills r the jMNrif best ri M y fax sfclc and im wIic1 TMy aalie L + a4M4r aims rimh Trjtium c t Zu d 2 F ckpLii i t Mi fls Fsydr iohJr 4 7etIiIt u J M aIIiJ4 f1IIIl kand4Q 1tt PP r =ihSbMrs l Tt i Jlt Prbkjfjis r If S t i1 rr gf siWuI f trJoV to 1j t Sjj y iIlJ IOG lIclAdrat Gaiary ot WedoexUy tt Uk with M iiBy4os taTAil jI wieWJ zAi1JI I 1IIW TAlsel iI 011 fee ilet at lh writiaf 4 iNYN Utf achild rwt Sana Mid IYtt Fri day aa4 Saturday wiUi Mra fl 31Mey Mn Karl Whltwaita spent 1r1 wifci tSJallletl Aad KM f T a Edrib aaon III O jo Friday and Satar V wltfc Mr George Oocano lJIt tlJ tbt1ri ifoaV G L Ftawiek ana- teaabiffY A lar lretbutzl rs Nan FM wwk ICondayfa mind to Kile lkri lUrea Tex Write Iwa MMLa a fcatT IUedSL1ther laiidg Kti joaIyej h paSLCIIMmy yw aadT KeiJBY iiflit It saU J 1CMt claim amd worth its weight im go evdFait Viw 3fi B J Cull and 1Jiii t1cyS SlJrlnifteld1S Olaytoa Worford visited friodm at Chaplin SundayCoJ MisftLiwcie Lintofl of Taylors JOrJ ILrLI children diMd with Mrs J NH Oliver Sfctarday ysrypalfulpa tmuleabecam6tfrightenedJ h ran away dragging him on J olpikeMr and Mra W OElhs fisi Ud the latter parents here Sun ctyMr SkmJfGoU and family Mr J and Mrs John Kays JrtLD Caratf and family visited the 5IRichard Oheajbham has soldI t hfslarm to Mr Oolvin Chftap Imitations O stWIgtOthllirity of Dr Bell s PJneTarHoney tbere are ia y bap taitatioms ODC1 tile market unde similar souading MUK es but you cm always get the jjeaidM by lookloji for the bell on the bottle Fenwick c RMriiW spent sWith RriLaaham and family 4 u4ary Rose Janes ansloonj Kelty were the plestnpgftMis of Misses Lena and Box l leCisseill Friday nignt Mrs Lens Adams p spent SanIS n iay with her nirenls Mr andI Mrs Dan Rjgers f Mrs Prudie Janes is very sick at this writing v mUttl0tckMr aMrs Mike Bariker pent Sunday with Mrs Luc V Anderson c Mrs Chin4 tPumey has r t rnttad home from North Cat oliha J She enjoyed her visit veryanich and said it was attractive put ibers But im jiDe old Ken tqckyithebeit of all 4SLoyd Fenwlck sofd his t ac J oo at12erpnnd o iHat- ettj S Sevvraf from herattnthdn idM 1dI it S 1 iIe t IPba d1udarhi ieM IM rnc nithlit m aftereks sa 5kaMi Miss AnniQWlch isvistin br slsttr MrsVFraik Grayesi th toisMifSEdnii Cockran has ac ceped a position at Fcnwickshe lis a popular yarns lady and makes an xc61lent clerk heSevera1place were tile pleasant guests of the Misses Fen wicc Thursday plight Mr JLB WanintwashM ckVill ttt Killse Her Focpf 3OYciirs- i The most mertlless ehemJ I had7 for 20 years1 declaresl Mrs James j uWilSlDyI ce1yleha4y uieupIichcuredmeanythingyed to get my health and strength ck again For Indigestion Loss of LameBaualed OnitiOe at Haydon fc Reb la tosonL Commissioners Salemf JfWashington Circuit Cbirt Ky Mrs JLouise M dd et al Puff EquityMrsBy virtue ofa Judgment and order sale of the Washington Circuit urt rendered at the October term IMS in the above styledcause i shall CQurtHQusi MONDAY NOVRMBER 22 1909 eingcQuntyg best bidder at public auction upon a followingTwo tracts are parcels of land tying KYneInoJdroI dbawertbence S IS 12 W 594 poles to bridgecorner todowernter of pike S 50 W 34 8 poles to a to16t91p01estoaandCheathamtointersection sHinesN e18Zccd7 to Hinesf tbenc N 30 E 788 pqles CouIterslinei polestoaold toad thence S 18 W 21 poles to a one corner 11 to same and dower S 30 w 20 poles to the begin roofandi Tract No 2 is bounded as follows Beginning at astob in cepter of Mooresville and Booker turnpike at anddowerstone corner 2 to dower thence N s B3l1I poles corner a to dower and Tucker thence Si 18 34 ES2 po cs to a stone corner 4 to Tncker in Hamiltons line on south side of Doe un thence S 35 w 31 5 poles to p on hillside corner 6 to Der nger m Norris line thence N 28 w 78 poles to a stone corner 7 to Der ringer thence 8 61 w 8 poles to a stigar stump corner 8 to Derringer nd Eddleman thence N 25 12 tf 91 oles in htoE4dlemaul and lot No 1 thence with center of begiingre poles The land will be offered first in separate tracts tasi described above and then as a whole and sOlcTlnthe way ilIi which to realize the most oney For the purchase price the pur chasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest from date of 1eul1tHI paid ct f a etrefrudgment er pared to comply promptly with these erms M GJLEACHMAN M Or W CC i Beautiful Byes are desired by everyone ufthere is any inflamatlon the eyes cant be eautlluL Southerlahds Eagle Eye alve will remove theinflamationaud clear the eyes 25c p tube PUBU3G StEEi 7SS-Havln fLf lrJm Springfield on the Bard tCJwaandSpringfieldI pike on Tuesday November 23 1909 atloclockpmo1ferfor Mle to the highest aQdbat bUpertheoiliwlng personal propert towit litear old work mare in foaM6 shotes weighti about 50 lbsto jack 1 Deering binder I11yrold worlcrpaet 1 Peering m feF Jlifagdfarm are 1 hay rake i broodmare 1 2horse14lysoldfarrnand wagon 1 12J tr old general J purpose 4 Buckeye riding cultivator 1 iiSSTjii 1 Br wn WJilkDg cultivator lOarjld muie 2 Vulcan breaking up plows1 coiig tfpld borS6 mule 1 hartiesstoingsi I heM milcow gear ndOO b r tliings top numerous to mentionS3 JlllIC sbser f milj About 300 bushelsl corn8 wulig c1vse OIlRIO busbels beUe d oats3 trQ04aciW i stacks hay c a aot I uidercahn hindoveFthtt1t 12flegdUablendI8rJac I J paablet II her tertf c 1i iv P CLEMENTS L M Ciaybli li Aue rj GEOLEAR AVED HER LOYEF- J4 I 1 t 7 ouesewassok toILrr r 1IeLathntier 0 ottthe h k beall tI lnd reaeil Jkls In Lyons ght Si a cafe chantaat he rebukedI Achllle Einaur a oteslllomlldue1bJt forinterruptlnV a siuger aud pultlicly derided hIm MJa carl atldu revlor 0 t ladle A duePwaa loatautly anuife4Il take place next morning Mile ladouiier was lIntbe theater With Her uncle and witnessed the ln withIhcorps before anotherday fiad that was the one thought that flhjeC r brain and fqr a time In tier dls deRentedt herself to be calInAt whatever cost her lover must be saved Halt an hour before mid night when her mother had tltedsbequIely stoleout ht4unid r way ai furtively is n UU t t Emauks residence t She was admitted trembling and q Isuireringthat she could searely spedfe But at th reCareless and smillugj and yet to be IIn a few hours the butcher of tier be lovedL a tempest of passion shook her and her tongue was loosed Monsieur she cried turning on himi ou are infamous a beast nay that Is an Insult to the poor beasts I loathe you YoifcdeHle the earth ratS you smell of blood Even a merciful at tlmes but youyou Emaux Ws utterly taken by sur prise but he still preserved an unrufI fled front tMademoiselle he said you are very good to come at this hour to pay me compliments What have don o deserve them Doher she prIed What are you bout to doi hound Julea ouvestre is y betrothed and you Insult and Iin tend to murder him It shall not be I sayT SeeI will fight you In hh stead OQelthersldeyou I insult you again You are viler than any living creature Comet A steely glitter came In his eyesbnt- hesUl smiled III am truly sorry for you mademoi selle But that d0g insulted me pub licly and well we tight at dawn You shall fight me icunlaur He shook his head with tin amusod smile Mademoiselles best Weapon is her tongue and that does not kill She looked at him with terrifiedeye- Doyou S mean to kill him monsieur Yes lie said curtly She fell bnCkincotbechnlrl with a Iortherself oh her knees nf IHs feet Monsieur she cried have pity h epltyJllore him8 Monsieur yoi will killl both of iis Pity pity she gaspedV ScKise mademoiselle I beg of you he saldL you have jJust told uie l hnVcl no pay Hav eyou nft heart monsieur she lmoaned j None When n man haspublicly in ulte me AJU be went origin 11 ynicnt tonpw1io knows but I may o mademolKpl iu favor Men swear their Vows us lovers but they soon- forget thenilmnyposslbly save maSemoisellefroui life of gSbqthat Yoiio not know tiim she erie dulila ioveis as great as tho sea Caii yourjexhaust the sea 1 Has your heart never known Jove roonslfeur Herowned 1tr call Ua time tti n years before uAh 1 see it has she said quickly By that Iqve monsieur have pity You shall have my gratitude anti pray ers every day As lorfg as Il live shall remember you and ask mercy for- you even as yoliad mercy on me He did not ausXver but gazed on her beautiful pleading face It was a girl little younger than this one hind quite us beautiful who bail died ten years a Igowith bor You liave overcome mademoiselle esakl He sljall live for ydur sake YoujwllI spare him BQJ comfortel mademoiselle 1 meant Ito kill him but he shjiltllvi kVe shall fight at dawn but he ihntl not die Come niademoisclle It is time you were gone Shall 1I see you safely homev No no she cried as he led her to thet door You will keep your odtb IJlonsleurybu wllthot forget No mademoiselle and you will not forget your prayers he said with a llittle laugh If you are right 1 neJd tthem Good night and Tear nothing But sIte did rear When she reached home It seemed to her almost impos sible to cUeYetthat a man with such a ruthless reputation would forbear to kill the man who had insulted him Sbei rest and soon got up ajjaln and toward 5 toclockthe duel would take place From behind n shrubbery In wi mats state rof mind iuny be Imagined he saw both parties arrive on the field She saw the formalities gone through J inbutndutet facing One another Wheu she recovered and cpuld raUte her oyos ilic doctor was binding nil the itrui of her liAeit Emauxs bullet hail indleled n suporMcInl flesjli wound and Eniaiix wns apologizing to hlr friends lie hud been drinking too nvucli wlnp lip saiL Not till vqars afterward did Jules know what his wife Md done for Ma Sover again Wnt liniaux known ttw jtltdW a scintilla of pity In ills terrible jroft siqn Nevertheless one woman 1rttl for him till the day of her tATltBlta V The Drsappeanhg boih Take a quarter 6if a dollar between the thumb and forefinger ot therright iinudlien by a rapid twlsf of tile flu gems twirl the coin by the same mo tion youTVould use to spin a tetotutur at the Buttle tune rapidly band and the coin will disappear up your coat sleeVe You can now open your hand and much tu the astpnlsh moot of your audience the cola will not ba there- inThis capital tuck may be varied a hundred ways One good wiry is to ttake three dimes or quarfers nOd con cealing one In the palm of your left huud pluve the other two one cach betweqn tjhix fhuoib and for nger of each baud then give the coin in the right hand the twirl as already de scribe and closing both hands quick Iy the coJnlu the rghthartd wiirUs iruh your sltiete and the ileft bandon JRg unclosed wliIifotimttocoutzlu pqUf tern ehlclfxvntS In the right will haYe dls 1iurprtsconjwrthtc H1u4roi itbe ritbii- 24oth4lt a iui Wiey FURSFerara3kw EswaiG1asg C 14a al YSIIW 1MttMayApiWlliGIaigsr Sthi18IOvvhsIfcsMs4cssdbttsrfstyovI5siiss styastklstwivmi IlgcoM Sb1 SMSJ- tfEltorktt9t LtWWHLEKT CCHOICE MISCELLANY The Daylight Saving Movement The movement In Great Britain tti Secure a daylight sutliig law ut pears to be making headway thbngh jnay still be far from enactment The question of a uniform time standard worth considering In connection with the efforts to conserve the natu resources of the United States and to Impcoye its industrial arrulrsA great advance was made when stand ard time wits changed at the uiut1eth one hundred and fifth mid one bundreci and twenttfith meridians by exuctlx one hour when going from New York to San Francisco This was done to benefit railroads and has proved to be a great blessing iJu Jt present east ern time that of the Beventyfl tb meridian were adopted as a uniform standard for the whole country uni formltyiu regard to the clock time would prevail in every part of the United States Thebeneflts of a single time stand ardtd the bulk of the American peo ple using Itthat portion which nqw keeps central and mountain hne would be enormous At least OI000000 people would time save the use of artificial light one hour every Qay In the year This saving would be ceUt a day or a total of 5000000 dally for all the people and in one year this saving would amount to 3C3 tithes that I sum or 219000000 more than enough to maintain a navy5o fortyeight bat tleships with the accessories of three fleets Includingl theIr bases and naval const defenders Commodore Boehler Ini Century 11Tbeequestrian statue to Alexander which the czar unveiled on June 5 IllS nn amusing one The monument took seen years to erect and the sculptor P trincecious as a lady had a special glaSs studio costing 3700 erected fop4iim by the Imperial cabinet with supple umentary chimneys costing 1300 t The wax amid mastic cost 2000 the 0astingseveral thousands more and the sumi d stlncd to be paid to the sculptor 10000 The artist changed model wasI er model until the committee lost nill patience Then thq questlgn of a pedestal arose Finally Prince Trou ibotsky was commissioned to visit Fin land And select a sulttlble granite blocks After several Journeys to the interior of Finland the sculptor chose two enormous cliffs which taken to other were to form the pedestal weathcrr Yseprohibitive Then the artist refused tot execute the nedestal A subcom mittee was appo1rtted and finally Prince Troubetsky was persuaded sketchn design for it but changed It three times It consists of f6ursolld granite cksYcstmlnster Gazette Paris Has a New Beau Brummel JM Germ ln the son of the eminent founder of the great bank tiLe Credit Lyon nls which employs 3000 men will go down to history not an a clever financier but as a leader ot fashion t Is said thrt he believes he Is de scended from Petronlus Who set ti10l fashions in tltLdnysof ancient Rome This young mans claim to fashion able distinction Is that he never enters la church without taking an opera glass with him and that he ogles the lIndies during divine Services He shows ihowever more courage than Judgmentj when he enters the ranks against such historic leaders as Bar bey do iurevilly Count de Orsay and the old Prince deSagan And among modem M Oormaln must not over- lookl He Bargy so noted for his cra vats He Is however encouraged by the fact that the claim of the old Prince le Bagan was founded merely uppn vhltc waistcoats and the wide black s rings of his eyeglasses Paris Letter to Sew York American The Business of Summer Amusement Fbrty millIon dollars Is invested In he business of making Americans think they arc having d hood time ummerays RobcrtSIoss in the VctNorden Magazine That weans only summer amusements such us are to bo found in Candy Island Venice c iilifornla the various white cities and suburban resorts throughout the voun try Jit Is longer a haphazard hit P pygoMueky avocation whim mushroom characteristics but a permanent solid Industry with entctturlse and Inltlh live as Its watchword It has its own Association although htno sense a trust It has its own trade papfrrtv every lissue of which records a sco tf patents for otidevIces Most these are offered for sale to till rtic ressful matingers and most of them are turned 5own either because idea Inot jiew jor Is so elaborate HieI It would cost more to carry out than could possibly be earned by It I ManV Hands and His Pockets NowaOaysi said Judge Will lii men will even stand talking to woineil with their hands in their pockets The observation Is wholly accurate but If it Is intended as nnJ1hlstrotton of tho Impudence of modera men we take lcave tto say x there is some mjs t 1ttheir hands The pocket pose expresses diffidence not assurance fs In fact A coinp Tli 1bnrrnssmoat of 4theJ end extremities is plainly a tribute to the dazzling qualities of tiie w inaA Logdon Telegraph j 4 A Domwtto Str te5st li1oot jj Ul JoiTt tryV n nayeredMrB- e g glns T plunge Into h technlcaf sc lptlcuojf then ball gauie thajgets thy sonso11 interested und 1IJyrltnnd I daughter so mystIfieUitht I hivetlic nratpniilfiny owuvyVas iHfton Star i 4 J I7i THE SPORTIGP YORLDI r Sheridah May Rival l Flartagain MflrtJDSbrenklngWotJdsrecor4sI growing biff Hfcj weight Jins been ming up stetmdiIyfor tu6 past three or four years but since time all round fhaoijjjoushlps he hasi Jump d from 100 to O3 iiouuds In anothfryear he may bt as big ItMI nyffl JIcGrath an that J MABTIK SHEBJDAN cose the weight throwing giants had better look out Over 200 pounds of weight coupled with Sheridans cat like quickness will mean even more record breaking He holds half a don en worlds records now Detroit Long on Road The feat of Che Detroit Baseball club in capturing Its third consecutive pennant is all the more commendable when lIt Is Considered that aslilo from three other teams it bad tb travel farther than any other club In the American league During the course of the season the Tigers had to travel 12905 inJlesTbe Athlqtlcs bad to travel but 9808 miles The following table shows the dls mnjorlenguesAmerican league Cleveland 14094 miles St Louis 13377 Chicago 13 030 Detroit 12905 Boston 11721 Washington 10745 Now York 9048 Philadelphia 9808 total 95328 miles National league 1lttsburg 14G73 miles Chicago 12481 St Louis 12 l26 Boston 11 ORn CincinnatI 10723 Philadelphia 10412 Brooklyn 0953 New York 8732 totalr 90350 miles Americans Reserve Four Hundred Four hundred players have been re served for next season by tile Ameri can league clubs The Cleveland team takest the lend In wholesale ros rva Jon pf talent having sixty men on Its 41st Chicago has fiftynine Philnde- Jrp and Boston each fiftyfour New ork flftythree Stt Louis fortynine Detroit forty three and Washington trentylgbt The name of TJack OConnor Is on St llbuls reserve list which llends credence to the story thai he Is to be Jim McAIeefs successor as manager of the Browns f IiDucky Holmes Quits Diamond William Ducky Holmes iuf er a most successful career naT player and InLthe Sioux City Western league base bull team and will retire from thi national game to becomo a ruuchuiau in South Dakota Holmes admits that during tour years lu5 the Western league he has made nearly 540000 He has a hlgmnchIn Sputh Dakota coni rising about 1206s acres which he Is stocking with cattle ab1 he declares he Is through with baseball for the present i i TalbotlJarred Fror9 Competing Time Cornell track tcuiu prospects re c lnll it severe Wow by the loss of Lee Talbot the liutcrvutiogTaT cliuuiplon haunucr thvrover nlbutIs barred from the university owln tonnen trance condition hanging over him froui Ills freshman year He arrIved In Ithaca lls time to enter college but tJie professors In tIme College of Agri culture refused to gramttt Ipetition to let him bnck Into the university Tat bot Is n sure point vluuer and his loss is felt keenly by the red and white f The Jolly Miller The playewdeclde among themselves which one of their muubcr shall net Ie partS of the jolly wilier This be ing done each Httlof boy chopsesf a Ilt Vte girl as partnpr the Jolly miller hay liiig taken his stand in the middle of the room and they all commence to walk arm in arm uVuuud bin singing ttho following lines There a Jolly miller who lived liy jiImsetC As the wheel went round Jie made his wealth One hnpd In tip hopporhrid tho other on tile baff As the wheel went round he l1derfits grub At V the ordgrubu all mustchange partners and while the change Is jgo ing on the miller has tile opportunity5 given him of securing port r for himself Should veod In doing the orie loft wltlum a pirtner must take tiitf place of the Jolly uilllcr und must occupy the center of theroom uh til fortuuffte enough to gct another nartner ttd How a Moose Eats Of fll peculiar slgbUIIII think that that of a moose eating grass Is the most extraordinary The Peckisse short and the lego are so mug that the oatiuggrassIIt does not attempt It ry9t sttpleIchange of diet Tlfp appearance of ftbls huge and awkward creiiture in this devotional attitude tIs not only In lerestlng but raugnabicSt Nlcboks InSefioel- TeacherrBobby givecne a Seufenc wtUnited States Is a country oatwbick the sun never sets 1on whtekQO othert country ever 5taJude Grimk His Own Mas- tPWb8tIVdCfltl1t fliiiA dentBt my son Jk RW1IIt iset other peopleS trethtta teN l IUBoitoii Transcript 4 I i JL I r 1 iiiFront ArCjiOforrct1f0 IiiNo T iien tt o o41 better Ida a cffkkocy 0r gretttr i taponrcr thtn the PERFEcrItiOflf f E14ilPPwh1i twi r 1 Thft yoit cm f few itcoldcftie Aickt tko irtri 4 of the Ihi 10 iss 7 l y ITberew Automatic Smokelew rit prevents smoking There is na powlble question otIt and This means greater heatpoweri more rap d1i oI iiI t1 oijInjrtglowing a Turn tie wick up as high as it will gonoimckeo odor t In everything that pp tstJh prOykkta asid r 1ft e eCIOnQil1tef with its new autoenatiimc dewClSIVCty lkads Fiished in Nickel or laparun vance atys fi r Every Dealer Everywhere ilNotMYors Writs for bss4iu l I to t Ntarcat ACe1 of 1c fi STAICBARD Oil COMPAJTT Ju II L EYES TESTED Bcl M 7Rsse b JEWELER AND OPTiCIAN 1 r tr t tiivbt wtwviM l iiJOaN EDELEN IRVlNJlWIKAT I The CoppagO CteCp f I t INCORPORATID I r 7th 8 Market LOUJSYluJ t l 1 4SWe maKea specialty of the fpllcfuriy bris3a i Matiin lyMHr SfNiI w 4ISj r rBelleoff Mat SpriIj Ia i Everglade ltlletS Sprilj 1ff7 ff W al hand Ittlityi r 4 T and Willow Spxi Wtikt iM mi Pws Apple Briiidy ad Itedferiy iRte 1 M Ui1 111j if 8ttapS fJ r ss1 fJi shooting tearing pains ot ieurap tn canted bY excitementot the nerveir Sciatka it bootnpaIn t Sloans Liniment a isoothiniK external ieia stops neuzalgia paIns z once quts1 t aPSjIIJJt- hat feehng of numbness which is iIi a iliiiilf ifparalysis and by its topic effect on the trvoot sad muscular tissues givespermaijcnt as wefl 1Jtatereb f VOneMrJcLD of ixpo KfatSTst LLW hu advised a lady vlt6 was a p K jwrfMnr kwa ifmeat After on application UM psik Wt ih feM Ml bNa withit t since II Sloansl r Liri4interttis th best remedy for Rheurnatisn stiff Joiintsand Sprains nd an Pains AtA11 DrgWIAZ I6c OoLOMairetLss sZusPS i SS I AiSDIt s r 0 LOW HOOItDTlHF HOMiaKCKUM AA 11 The Wilt Southwest and Morthwest 4 V v I2 TRAJNS MHlY 8 n tj a TftAMS MHT tft 10 STWtNMIT LOUIS IIILr ST LZs rtc t eri teairift andl Third Tusday Insohmonth Upturn IJmtt 29 Ds from sW tiI Ss t wIwlis BJH IpscW Ivss ise ifiIRtI IPQrPLomtntuiar 1 QAaDNJSa 0 A jI I IL L I 7 v i II I I F a DR 6 T BUR TON IbENY DINTIT wTFLTHEXTRACTEDu It I tkW1tHOUr PM 848IaD F MtJ u- AR rlf Dental Work 8tr1ctIt mau LTLz J 1 MUfD- I i t J 04 l Qjitt oan a to JlIhJ lt92pm- p = rKydoR DTUtOll I7arr l tH- t Tav p J I i I d jjii1 WFQRIGSBY Ay1QRNEYATLAW =XY l u iJf WLwHYATT T I na Rid orDruEu- I1 OCfee hours UyttlOO- a to It m 4 j I y MIYES TOB AIILICFISEII fMUlMER r ULgPHONE YJ8T74 t PIlJQFlU LI 1jf lttda W JJ I J ia the Ue schedule 1cJ Uee o tie 13rdstown MI ifisId brftlCh r ilrod LMIMI ivilie at- Ital zdstown11 Jumtio- nI prdtown 6C6 p m aidv BpriRfle1A 65 p III No 41Ltvs Springfiefdit b m Bspwn 645 imaJUt i1130 a mj eaft4 I HiWTHk 820 a m IroOjDLeaYLouilvil1e at Till WjiBatimaiuDCtion j fK t Mfi Barattpwn 1045 a IB C a4ys at SDi1de1l l 1215 pm i N 44tysSjdugfii1d at 1W p t Bt wnT1idbown JancUon 410 pmc taniyMLoavt11e545p nlalr ji Ig IMlonlY Leaves I jirii iilil 715 a Bardgtown 4 m B rd towh Junction BfiiiV arriy 4 at Louisville La i itJ Saidas- o i eve 4 I JiJ 1 Bards Wra JIM Hipy l 4ft p w Bardst M i 7010 parrives atw tI 19j Jt8 pnI IiSP AUTOft MLELINE SCIEIILEv IjMLTelAlMUMitt Leave Springfield ilit 8tatwalt08 Hotel t vVVlMLW t 830 aimSi 100pm 4ISpf 500 p m 1pJ 10 7JO ipr zaay 200 p inS t rnr MdtuiTarBaIllta j HERMES i 0Jl wl lhuJorOr b dLYJi I- fr1t Qiri Catalogue on X11 jeartos iNo agents Jrf IIILLEPMEYR o Lexingon1 ICy 41 WRHicks JI ffl s AUwiwic Fox 1910I j BidyN veIIerlfith 109 asplen earbooki o astrunoiney and tMtTittl 6mly one containing th otiCiatkW Weather gore caM ty utpald 35c o- rOoecopylree i 1r with a t 3t11W bSCViO tQ WORD AND w te ker Jrt R JI1ckaMont I liii i te bet 1 monthly In NisMseiAlmaiiacs in i I hrtMs wanted Be tlc4 the fwifcfee HIcks Fore Itii te mot ji hfieS anywhere jjitf JSJB jet 4 eiBiyoBlyIu hIS own j WOZDAND WPBK s ctllocust Sts L1 1 tautr4 notify al iJ r po tedak tf peiiIsur lfOb14Mtfl t t offa r JI Ur tipir I aik i JJeI1Um- kor4 i leltfl r t1 r Or eewIcrI eTar H swill Y wi1 tu t ooWalJa 1 1tatloa remedy quick ii csgbi colds lgripps nd p throat sad bMIcl lJltJb1e 4 r OWIVVuii Mlrtf WAWI iTQWNaLocalHapponInaor Latest f iiHWl IA1IAburYorsoIrI 1 MiPtersattostm MissWiIUeInbtt- Ariod ct Birdse1Pwagons- When il q1A Q rt ball pltthig iqaorder for- btrgood1i c1Ir idWathen- k Shder P FOR BENT 3RdOiflS lh house onEstMiiin Bt Apply to t TDTapp i i L cew Unbf beavers and- ow rs 1sl ip Mrs Williams 1alIsaWatFen jhader d get your Xhanfegiving bttI tcot J iFop SALE =Onia hori Hon Eejfiatered bhill r GODDARD GRUNDY t y l ilfirietiatg5eatlY reduc ed prices Come iribeforeVQUI bwy t tV v MrSWillains- TheautOmqbile line between here and Lebanon hasstopped fo4he present awaiting the ar Tital ota new upodate car rciosing outmy entire stock and am offering qmill meryjit greatlv reduced prices TIiss Willie Rnot 4 1 The season s greatest bar giiins in millinery at Mrs MulU lils over Peoples Bank Corrie ndsee for yourself reai redjactibn in cdildrens hafs toboggans and Ciapsr Also eils at greatly reduced prtces MIss Willin Knott On 4d after Jar 1st m- youseof8 rOomsanctiot of 3Jl tcies lorrentor sale WALTER E TiEACHMANi i V new line of n ice hair braids just iin we can match your hair oiptn Mrs Williams Mqndajrsvas Quarterly CourD he ocketwudIightand theses called either went bv de fault or were continued Two MerryTrmpsnwbi h made so great a hit here latt year will appear at the Opera rouse Saturday December 4h with an entirely new program Mariag1ic ns was issued his week to Oyerton FoWler and tisS Maria Settles andJo Han ibal Taylorand MissEffie An x derson v The case of IT Prather c s IWmKelling c whi ii was on triaIhnewenb to press last week WaR kiven tof the jjury i jrday and ayerdictreturned iniavdr ortne plaintiff YTTu goodsjre right our pric es are right our styles are rightifrs MuUiGan over Peoples 3ank LOST One pairrimless eye glasses iin black leather case either at Tobacco warehouse or on gike beiw enJno Mufligans and town Finder pleuseretuca tot REV R E U LAWSON iMr Sam Bottoms sold the farm of140 acreswhiphbe re centy boughtof Luther Jenkins to jfym Adams for 600a Mr Adams sola biS tarn of 140 acres known as the Bosley farm to Mr 0 B Pope for 75 per acre L JBv error it was anuoujiced last week thatjthe ladii3of thf Springfield Baptist1 churc would serve a dinner on Couaty Oouri day in November It should have b en County pour day February at which timethey will serve a dinner i Dudley jtne Jour yea c old spji of Mrs JBffle Robertson died Mobd yf The immediate cause of hjs death was Wnooping- Qpugh however be had been iu bad nealthfrSihce his birth His father Mr JB Robertson died two sears ago An unusua1 thfnfawuth m wastthat while a iKiferer from fl1hea1thdurngt- hc hole of his brieflife hfWhS HieVtr beard to com l1hi Int- eitna spavin St Dominicsi cern jferjr1Ju day T IetngTT There cheti meeting wht h M annpunced to Jlake lace TOPIGS i 1 liA a7 1V IT VTW Oett 16 at CehlviUe Sebo house Was postponed because of the inability pf the speakers to pear Jt willibe held on Saturday Nov 20 Jnd arrangements have been made to haveai very f interestng program Prof George Coivin will de liver au address on The Ken tuctry Boyf Hoji TPMay es c1mentJEupprintcndent and others Everybody inyited Contest FMed-i Mr Charles Bottoms hasVfiled th- 3YAshiugtonCircuitCourtagainst SQri onte ng 1S 1ecti on Constable in the MaokvilleHen idren distircti He allegesl that fo received 145 votes in the Hendren precnct andy 125 in the Mackyille Jrecinct making an aggregate uf 270 vo es and that defendant Thompson receivedi in the Hendijen precinct 77 vot and 1J8 inthe Mackyille precinct makngah aggregate of 5- 0votesving him a majority of 15 vqtes1Ele further alleges tbftby mistake or fraud the officers at Hendren precinct crtid1 d erroneously in their cer tificate on the poll book thit defendant Tlom son received 97 Votes1 when m fact he only received 77 votes and prays that he be adjudged elected to the office r Clarks nSnydr l The marriage of Miss Annie Clarks n i16 Mr Earl Snyder 3iUtake place atSt Rose some tinie duritig tbe latter part otI this month Miss Clarkson isaI well known and populvr school teacher of thecounty who hast a large number oFfriends She is tlje second daughter of the Jkte Barber Clarkson Mr Snyder Ca prominent young man of Stirljtfff Virginia who for sohie time past has been employed in Lawrenceburg Ky EdgingtonuLeachman Announcement iirnade ttbe approaching marriage of Mrl HughLeachman and Misfi Bertha Edpinulon to take piace at Pleasant GrOve churcji at high noon on Wedriesday the 24 of November The bride is the youngest daughter of Mrs Torn laa erandlS a very beautiful and popular young lady and a social favorijia among tHyj un ger set of Pleasant 0 roye The groom is the oldest ion QfMr and Mrs i ohn Leacbihaif and a very prosperpus and pnergetiq young farmer of the Pleasadt Grove neighborhood Death of MrPeytpn Mrs Malissa Peyton died at her hOine four miles East of Springfield on last Monday nIght of paralysis She had beIiinher usual good health up until within a few hours of her death About 1030 Monday nigbfc she complained of feeling ill and in one fhour she was a corpse She was a daughter of the llate Rev David Purdom who was awellknovvn minister of tho County and is a sister of Rev f- ltattiDrJ FandlMrWm Purdom ShewRsbejru on the 20th day of July 1854j and when a young woman was married to Mr Wilson Green who died several years ago Alter his death she wasmarried tc Mr JI D Peyton who survives Fun eral services were conducted Wednesday at Bethlehem Thompson v Jack W Thompson Jrclied alj the home of hisparentJude and Mrs JW4 Thompson in In diatfa polis Ind ana Ate atwo weeks illness of Typhoid Fever V He was born in the FiensutiL Grove neighborhood Ju e 28th 184 and mvoed with his parents iIi Dlcember 180 tolndianapolis He was an unusually brighti boy and even at his ten ier age veraI1difficult Uathedwl Protestant Episcopal church and was a member Ofr the choir in that churCh The remains were brought here for intermtnt aud funeralser vices were conducted at the Presbyterian church unda morning And the remains erel ojlowed by largd crowd 0 f friends to PleasanbGrbve ceme tery There were many beautMui florai iribute which menifeafc i If mwr rtItSU Teeth ex 1 tracted with- Out PAIN br DANGER rNo c arfesC iarei t i ilif fYSTALLARDDDSSprlnifkld D S g I f o i niLpyIvienda fOitho Itbe1Pvebl The many jnlimao friends of Mr RUbertCtabrouke were shocked to hear fhis death on Tuesday evening at 5Itjat his homeln Scottsboro Ala bama Mr Claybrooke had heenJ inJiis usuaLgood heath until Thursday last whn be wastab ppeumoniaIinj tiuued tto grow worse His relatl t tives here were notified and leftE Tuesday for Scottsb ro but thett death messenger arrived firstsMrClaybrocke was a son iSfi IMr and MrsJLR Olaybrodke and was ellfk owitin thIs county where fref wav born 32 years ago in the Texasndighborti t hood was reared in his nalHe l tive county and was popular with a large circle of friendIwho will regret to learn of his death After reaching his majority he atousH1esi litIiinScotisboro Alabama and in this as in everything else whioh he had ever engaeed he was un cuS1allyl endowed with a broad intellect and great business ability He was a Ktight Templar And stood high in fraternal circles l About six yeaas ago he was married to Miss Veola Butler of Sdottsboro who with three smallt children survive He also leaves his father and mother as wellas several brothers and sisters at this place Funeral serj4ces Jwili be conducted at Sbishpme intBcottsbom Noticieto Taxpayersi All ttaxpayers of Washington county are notified that all taxes due the cpu ntv of Washington andbtate of Kentucky are past due and must be paid If not paid by Dec 1 the law requires that a tax warrant be issued on all delinquents J S OSBOUHNE Sheriff i o Rummage Sale The Ladies Aid Society of toe Christian Church are conducting their Fall and Wiuter Rummage Sale on West Main Street in the BUrton building The society appreciated the help giyen in their Spring saje and will be very thankful for any donations to this one Notice Al persons having claims against the estate of Mary J Birch deceased will present same to me properly proven on or be fore Jan 1st I909f also all per sons knowing themselves indebted to the said d c entwill call and settle piomhtly EDD BIRCH Administrator w St bleFQr Sale On next Friday afternoon at 3 oclock the stable on the new property of the Bapt1st church wUr bevspld at public auction ToraProperty For Sale On Saturdays KOYember 277 ita oclock pm wo will offer for sale to the highest and best bidder two dweUic houses situ ted qn Covington Avenue in tptngqela Ky These hbuses va61roomrioutbuildiugs lots GO ft front 330 ft deep Dont forget the date Saturday November 27 1909 AllcVntedand paying per cent Terms made known on daf9f lsale WH0FWHARTON iThr i Jupibagoaflff musclespr a strain is neasytbing togetrid of BallardS rheumatisp1fsore strains sprains OUtS burns bruisea scalds and all aches and pains You nedd a bottle in your house Sold Iy iRed Cross Drugstore f NEGRO SHOOTS And Danferouly V Prentis Wounda1 i A verr serious difficulty oc jcurred Tuesdayevenins about 6 ocldck as a resultoir wm11 Jr rJ ttes Boblitt lies atdahs dCorI a Henry Davison a fugitive frcm justiceji The af frQy took place at the dining room door in thd gallon Hottl Justus Ihb doots badiedit thrown open for suppevvStoii s are soliaewhat connictinj as to what occurred It is said hcwever that Neal Boblitt a vtourfcer brother of Prentiss Boblitr accosted the negro vand inquired something about supper wIu n DaVisou curded him Ne lewJti away and in a few muiuftes camen back with Prtntissi his older brother In the mettme the nejro bad gone up stairs and brought dortn his pistol He metPrerltiss at the door where previous trouble bad occurr4 d2and tt fight ensued in which the negro tired one shot which struckBoblitt in tIe abdomen t was at first thought that bel was dying bu he rallied and was taken to his homewhere an xdmination revealed the fact perIolatedtbellarga was foUnd necessary which was performed by Drs McChord Mudd and bhehan Be is now ina very dangerous condition forf11t5 IIfI fthe hotel and before anyone had realized what had happened succeeded in getting out of tcn without being seen A telegram was sent to Highland Park for bloodhounds which arrived about 11 oclock and were pIacedabn the trail and him through the alley South of the Springfield Hqtel A suort distance up the alldvi a bloody white jacket which the wore while wattiogori ther at the hotel was picked upc The dogs continued on the trail untl they reached Jimtown where the trail was lost Excite ment rab high all Tuesday night anda alynchingiwas feared if the n igio was cauglr but it has by degrees subsided J Officers ar makiug every ifOrt to apprehend the fleefrg felon burr up to the hour cf going to La press have been unable to locate him He is a bright mulatto agEd about 20 years telhng about 150 pounds and ifabout 5 feet S inches in height I FERSONAL j Mrs Dehoney and daughter Nan of Lebanon wereiin town Monday Messrs Will Russell and Louis Kelley were in Bardstown onej day last week Mrs Mack Oldharn and daugbI terMiss MaxieDuke of Bloom field spent Sunday here Mrs LMattiugly1of Leban on was here the first of the week Mr Bernard Hughes of Leb anou spent Sunday with C W Hagan here Mr Halpin ORiley of Louis yule spent Tuesday and Wedne day herein business Mr Thomas Ma tmgly of wensboro spent Tuesday here Misses Alma and Elizabeth Spalding of Lebanan spent Monday with Miss Margre Hagan Miss Mary Boldnck of Leb anon spent Sunday with her brother here Mr Q M Kelly of Louisville is visitipg friends in the county MrEP De man caraeJiQme Tuesday from Bowling Giseen wsherd be has been ai the bed sideof his sons who is very ill with typhojd fever Squire John b PoUn who was dangerously hurt in a f ll one month ago is improving nicely and it is not believed that be willi sufferany permanent injury Hon H S McIJlroy of Leba non was here last week Mrs Alice Thompson and family have moved to Spring field i t Jude and Mrs W E SelPC man visitedtheir daughter Mrs HE 3arl Lit ey id Lebanon lastI eekv l tMr1 week in Louisville f l r 1 Mr John RSniitb ofBloom fislJ is in town tb s w aticl I Mr Steve Thompfioa has mot ed jtbnis fumily to town a 1 co r WE ARE SHOWING I We are also some in Suits arid OVercoats 11 I i t rJ i e J Mr and Mrs Joe Petttis are vilitirig relatives at Stanford Ky of Si Maryst GoMeee sgfent a few days witht Harry Shnltz J Mrs WU Sweeney returned to her home yesterday after a visit to relatives here r Mrs W H jLeachman was called to Louisville on acountj of tbe illness of her Mary Bracken jr Miss Laviniai Ocqnnoc entert tamed a large number of frteb lasMifiht at her home 9I Mr Chris Hertlein was in Fairfield Sunday Mrs Geo W Colvra received number of friends on last Friday afternoon Miss Mary Logan left Covington Saturday last with party of friends in a special car for a trip the West and California They willa1b visit the City of Mexico New Orleans and San Antonio before they return to Ky Mrs S H Bishop was in Louisville Monday j Mrs W a Claybfooke entefr tained a number of friends atc flinch Saturday afternoon Mrs J R daughter Mrs Wljginton Another Ring Eva Whj artoti watching the telephone inj dear 4 Edna Because have an engage mont ring at noon Eva Engagement ring lJ Gracious Who la the lucky man Houston Post tQuit Naptd Were the colors on those new goods you bought as fast as the saleslady declared thorn l 1t1nst Well when 1 washed them they ran so youd think they had speed mania Baltimore American Her Family i Itl have three husbands to support pleaded the ragged beggar woman Whatyou oren Mgamlsty No sirOno husbands s mine ndt the others belong to my two daugh tersrCleveland lender For What reason Because my wlf believesl in Itlid- 1t too warm to argue Washington Stat Time aririi Tluio and t4de waits fer no inkwes on cf dcy vuz tcr walt ferewomen toUtS deyd Bho be late ter wham dey Conatltu jon ReUd Itji tcrrlblyh6t where ym alttiag Then go over andi sit between Jack nlM Ada Therms a ioolncsa between them Llpplncotts Mngn The Old frPIN QfrU What has become CDi any ono tell OC the good old foahloncd girl Who pared nOt ai nil tpr party orU- Or ruinous social whlrr Who via eirly to bed and early to riM Who wIeldi he tnop and th brf es Who 4uRfed tbe chaIrs and sweg6wa the staIrS Anrt took all the care of her room ffSat Jjas become ot the shy rnwtMa4d SVho loved her work better tkw pttyii w1o got Wrap for tH ai4sMpere lsc f4 itjUd listened to whit they Wout smyT UN and oiaclf rhas sMtMM lyou the truth nrofr t go1e fart but herja8 4 1M let ller do asch thlnfs new f Bo QJoJM i The J Icu aild t f Isuitrand 4rcoattt i t ever j field e rrn 6 The Heicst Cuts ijid let el I LaARGA NS J itffSfSftlfEhdcrweMfor The BokrtsonMrookev Goi- i o jJiTt MrMcDonald sister Neale throughout flurrettyijtsdbr at- BloomfieId1lasteIk 1uSo gwlneAtlaata net largest 1ineofI Boy sHcKwnin Spring to 6OO SP CV offering Special Bargains L INCORPoLEn Irltten 1r55- r i 1 DRINKF 0 rjii if W 1 TTIT7 1 j Lfr1Thel r JicfTM Drink ofthe Fans Rich JIedaaE4imci Fall m IRZ1tTt =c l ItlGo r t f rJ 5 4FANTA7jThePehnant w tft i tJRThZ Thellit 04 th1SLUtS IT A3DPIND OUT J 4tsSpadchng Exhilarating a c f KtiellertlknRms eICELess SOD F AIN hi+ 4 ss4 fTl4 f 4 t ms- Ii T D T4P- P J 4 t W SocciiMor to w1ioA T j 1 7i7 l i 1 LEADING L1VERYMN Z 1 sr lllorses fetind proeiIy cars lr flic scs busies cTrip mo tfIf 6 horsezznd ve1 r r iJ i iihlre5tiftdilYlni 4i hit i Q r t 1iiiV t f Ins Canny idtip the dlffertnitw tbut would tome ttmesi nrlSe between taembem ot kta Ulihutrr the Duke of Argyll w14 often Invited to arbitral tilt matter 1tdispute unit he 1totell a thtra1 terlstleally Scottish story of one of the occasions Two tena ut bating wakti ljHiD him and asked hiui Ut decide tie qnestlou at issue the duke jjut whit kett always regarded as a very lwcssrtpreliminary queStlofi rWHl yes abe 0byttWellInC otthebnrd licildil okIiJPIl Td like to kea first lIot it kLI o don Chronicle The Other Way Whit iHishn lruhcrJrrlust yu awe so thing to your conttuent t W = iiioinber uf u tOWn council te vMitelMr flitllIfi5tkI ther l1yos eniltbh t9 yOur costttztess all tniOt to ey i It ttt itt1Ii AVliy there sire not half a doses ron n inywardjtliwt Uav sot borowsd1- 11ou9y froLStrot d tfiiiefa aIjosi liijThs you s tlM f ltntlc4ctlkeA UP J Mt OS oriAtIIi KrtS rlthsst JlUMfrsAiserIea Gee tkes a tcoYr1b- shS P 1 4oiii s4 b byrst1Ioou It irv1ij MeW I PJWtk j MtS4 ttetarts ain4l hKiHpf M bHrrJBK 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Y4rie a 1MttC dosse fltl iijfi jMrvaats Mppetired aad ttIi l tlu AmceiuHt Mood p atiog Jodc this Mk w JIp aatH pelk- e4Wfroti4 the clgr b o ikrei Bat Utryravsff aai UsitsrpsuciV- VTha a the tvevbie Jiatr 1 eaUe I a QBork The pMtect tried to tap Jbiai freal njrbsff bat Tiai riM He Mete the stsfsras ae khtee We5hs peeket At thW the itfefset taraisi se k4m with a striae lsaths VMlaJaP he liliiii Yoa took the aeckteca aa4 ktk5bedaet beea fer BM theoraaUcbt havje farsd WorM ThaaKhlsav ea I athve4 ia time te says her fr- otssotsr The rstskasss wnachsd the kaife frost QBsrtes HHaH the eMrwd rid af atssiat fsr sth4s saciiss the Lafca assad JlHtIM sicht st asJcst wes Trt tifiib TTM sicsspfan dsi panUelbr yBorkft bat lackMy attals ananat Ifr Gvthkfd pvsbetV the agh- theNesd which IU back saHealy M they recoc awd the csaaaU Hold oa therer Jbe reLIed M tie iTItIreI kaew Mr OKork salt watl aad m doabt ws ea settle this affair Its crl71NtaMasksd Ji to aacpkia what had hap a I had pjaw ap to air itoss fer tbta stiletto a cario whiCh I wished to show av tri oa tJiepercJJbB axptateed aadeaT raratrHI the heed of the stairs 1 saw theiseaera la she hams eta asa wjw aH her by tai taroat I saoatsd to bias iokt 1s had Dps sarpriscd to see it waa the prefect who by that tisss bad wretch ad OoH hfr aeckiace tat slipped it iaie his pscket Thee rsalMag that be waa eaacht he rushed at aw as thevfk I was thi caJprit The pfsfsct stassped hIs feet aad beatsd Liar re Bat the ceal hsU the aW aad Jim te prsef ef kte hot aMy tiirlMd Us packets iasM oat As he tBspjftsd Us right baad pocket a gttBuatriac cM eMit lfroat Jt at the eight et which be staggered aa though ha hal beet struck It was the doM ascklaec- Aa exckMMitioa broke treatlte itIsokers aad the prefect ctcMa sight irf the Jewel raagdeWB the stairs With a BMliciow shoat ot triaiapk he b4d k wp betcetIMlew all Bat he who kaghs last teagbs beet The prelect had everreached hl8aHUttretltucJed ia te aisshas rt the caate was his police whIstle isgraved with him owa aaise Pedro MsBSBdss TJakaowa to him it had Mac to the aeckiace dariag the lat- hMI tieWieOkktthe iatttrs picket HaJrgravss tat I CHIC sot restrala A cheer tad aottf thecrowd te the hallway Joiaed with as thoagfa ethers Wedwkh their coautryaaaa T tHe of the prefect bleached bat he ten hack se the d4gaity of his pikev This proves nbthIag1said hasghtMyr It proves the aecklace was la yoar pocketr Hargraves called oat aad what EIght have beea a general riot WM at this moment prevented by Se sera Garcias regaining cpasdcasaoss Fer aa iastaat she welt the crevgi with a bewH ered aiaaes fbea as her eyes fell oa the prefect sIte realised the sitaatfoa jiad with a cvjjtt aager Boatched her aeckiace from his haads Oh yes Ittgrate she exctahaed Yoa pretsaded to love e but it was ealy fer sty jewels I owe aaiy life ao ltIwbt tf this ys ac saaa Asdlke to OfltorkeHe arrived just to tiae gaTe ae e The as her haads eaagbt the rice whistle ahe dtseataacled it from the cbata aad ked K lit the prefecttllce It is a Her he reiterated The crowd however easily swayed freaa e4ecieioB to aaothsr closed Ja M the put peer aad forced him ap ea the stake Im that elevated po sWett he becaaM the target for vari ous ia lisa that chaaced to be heady bath draIagLhe greet swsrd f Hee t his side be braadisb it la a ciscle at artleafta fa this ssaa aer h laatat hk way throagh the srswiA tad awls hk escape by a rear doort50 Later Bargraves tad I lavghlagly sagg sted that Jim might sapplaat the prefect ia the sea eras affectioas bat be deckMd he had eaoagh of Sbath ABMricaji deaUags aad eJetttJte lINt BwrBiace a Paciflc steasier Tlis SUtM B MrrnsfMWhat Hasat the SAy lord aaybody hers let to flx that frost doer bsH Ill go right down aad seeaka Mrs BHftffsa DoBt bother abeat Ki Joha Walt aw et or so Ifs hHt Mats for the iastallBMat collector to be eastHff arsvad Catholic Staadard aid V1ei HstetttS- maJI HareMPapa woat yea please IrrssfteScsats PapaNet sew Baa aie fi 181 basy Siaall Harold ibsMlac Ms bands joined together aktflJtltetIcK APWeakWomnM wII er ketely sad pitesy = =uttr1r = =IT st kt abs ebtslt 5 IaSs4est aJiss Aif ivk 5daRt Jw 4 jpriviiet by iilsts s 5 Dsiissir M4IC1 Asossdss LVpis M k Viisizf NY Drs= uiuelhlig 5k7SWtt e lbs hvds f dssI Idpi ed1uIsN y Is asa bads Md pvscthsI spsals J ft esetiryTf 111111 pu4wdi vsr siaI r ws J kS b R 1twI f VIAK ITOISSuNlm4 r aI1ss1L i ofJ1 hiJ Maj i1g jnp sa I SSSSS SA L NhING MOIHERS I i1oir the bew cM f i rl tjof JriIIrtEIIDiI htJi + r time j nofeonly buikb her up t rn the- rIft sit lynQt1r ftk1d N I1 nth who MIUBC their cfatMren should iI tk jfj ndid food to k act pdy to keep but1iprtlNit W1trstrength tb dJity nofcrish theirS t Mii L re n Ir 1Ka S3seWJisiLkPsaiIt BQWMIB 4M PMrl SUKM Y rb 11COtT MUSICAL MISERY Wfcwr JNf pM S tMk Out rIM tUr IO1tt amt UI wtoh awwled a mail who made lear it the Brkkh IBJeI that thr British baaduwirters would take a CHrHetllaKnictloa IB what con tl tirtM the Americai matlooall alre Band coacerta are the rage aM over England Ir aa4 KeotlajMl ud Wales During the MUBBer HUoB probably as a espBMt to the herds eC Amerl caM who are iliiglBg away gold t-ort bfMMU they preseat dally what toa Mrally dabbed Asaertcaa otl alain The jMjortty of these baMlmaatera think Dixie ta the natioaal air be rawe they sagely observe it Is the only oae which A erlcaM appiaad The Star Spurted B BBer 1s dtemal aad hig bri s etHMlCk Hader the best of clrcvKwtaBces but to hear the Scotch bagpipes have a SIng at It Is Indescribable atisefy The mas who wrote the 4CoUaibla byma would not know his own work as performed in Great Britain and even the Kentucky Heaie am4 other aegro ballads get a touch between aa Irteh jig sad a Scotch wall which robs the American visitor of aay pteasare which he might ezperkpct Ja hearing songs from aoiM Ity be that British Scotch tad Irish gaeets on this side of the water get as NICk discomfort in hear tug Annie LaHfle I hope they dolor It WOHW establish a sort of later aatieasi nasteal balancrNsw York PresaSLEP SUPERSTITIONS Hew te Awakefi at Any Msur Yen May Deslfiiats Bleep isthe best cars for waking treabte Roars for sleep Nature IvM ive f Ciwtem levee Warlft M takes ala Laziness deves If you wish to arise at a certain Hri beferegeteg to bed make with ypar right foot as many marks oa the floor as the hear on which you wish to wakt thee go to bed backward To Inure happy dreams burn some baxelaats sad do the ashes up In packagi which you must place be aeath your pillow You will then dream sweetly I If yoa wish ever tol marry pever look uader the bed It a persea talks In ate sleep put his band in a bowl of water and be will tell you all his secrets The Hiadoos aay it is bad luck to sleep with your head to the north but sleeping with your head to the south promotes teagevlty It is coasidered by some nations das greet to sleep while thirsty for the seal leaves tae body IIi search of wa ter ant if the body awakened too qtttekly the seal might not have time te retire toil so the body would die la Genaaay the nightmare is believ ed to be a spectral being whicl places itself apon the breast of the sleeper depriving hiai of the power of u ter tore or saotloa Philadelphia Press A Parks sf Australian CRies lastraliaas with a lie clImate be here la eajoyiag thenMelves and there are pfcaty ef facilities Thus is Syd tel there are parks aid squares and pablic gardeas with a total mot 4335 acres Sixteen miles from tIn itsa shlHIsg ezcursloB train tareIs the aktarssqae national park con ta4Hl g 38810 acres preserved in their natural state A similar reserve call ed Kuringal Chase conprisiug 35300 acres of laid chkfly of densely wood ed kIlls skIrtig for rnany miles aroand qauierous tJdit1rmiJof Brokeu bay is also hed tertlleBjoyment of the paWte forever Melbourne has no fewer rhaa 6400 a res of fecreatioa froaads la sr sear the city Adelaide is sarroaaded by a belt of park lands aad has about 2900 acres sehapart for the public beset Nor are Perth and Hobart and JJrl baD aad some of the fiDe island towns less well provided far WestailBSter Oaxette Malay Has Nit DyIng Out There is avery conttaoa idea that the Malay to a race thatt is ylng out killed ia its OWB coaatry by the eqter priM vef Chlasse Tamils Javanese who however are klnsmea of the Malays aid Carofeaas To those whoa eat east expecting to Sod a few Ms rah4e resMlas of a once powerful eerwilOH arobabTe fate is that of be Austriltaa aborigines it con asI i revetatioa ta lad a sturdy Iindepehd eta coarteous race whose lati gap rum from lea to AUHtralia and wlMHtat frets dying out are year ly becsialBg mole uunnerousJava IfIn A atsa very TW FullII takea ta the polke Wilt did you not ball him bat iu IMUYtarNcotIkllItjHUIIJ hlai cmtl AI4wapicu- Of coww tadtMlt yoarsoB Is ex intvafatai Sir yew aMist ataks allow 1TkI ljsMlM the wIcker he blows 4idi ittM m4i MrWi trebbItk- Yrevh lrstt L CHIC STYLES ems sf Ui t aoas MtrMd Cetera f BsfWt Jrtss and canaa ret a two Mw ZaliNis aid eswMraui psnat ettbs art prtkslariy bream fat t tOMfbjr tostaaurs fa very pack WIfti both ia the dfsssnjaklac tad uillllwry winds Bevtaebe tuft kill more sefetacbe is the dressmakers cry Braid upon braids circle and owtllse aed flpfemvat riM IelalNaaJNI taKela fact Iyet is eowbiued quite impartially heaviest ek tk or thlBaest gauie eon nr santr WAIST STTTK Here is a pretty shirt waist costume that can be made 1 om cashnfere or lightweight woolen materials Too skirt and waist may Iso be usedsepa rately JDI 10 CHOLLET These May Manton patterns come in sixes fr the blouse Zio 6450 from to Inches bust measure and for the skirt No from to pches waist meas ure Send cents each for them to this Bffice giving numbers and they wilt be promptly forwarded t you Jay mall It la haste send an additional two cent tamp for letter post ge which insures ore prompt deliVer- ySHAPSHOTSO THE MODE Colors Seeri In Faa tenable Costumes This 8e son Putty colored gow is are mucb seen la the seasons dlsjlny of costumes The pale cinnamon and coffee shade has bees ghtn he by and a curl oas neutral tune wibicb can only be likened to pity slli high faVor f Washing iiittlcont i must be guiltless ef Ray fullness qu the hlps They sit best cat Jp jJns s ted to A flounce at the edge Peltlcoatp of all kinds are decidedly simpler nbw for tfriUs and taw KFFSOT Uf FRntOBSS GOWK furbelows are not necessary accompa mOOts to fashionable underskirts la place of the usual silk fringe n haadsome satin gown Is trlinmod with a deep fringe formed of cut soutnche of the seine tone as the satin Velvet gowns are promlsfd consider adTnnceSrMYrtlereeu silk Is a desirable combination Pur pie Is a favorite color and brown in varioHslshadps Is much in demand Thh 1rttty il44 ian gowuIs quite new uud effective The skirt fullness is very smceful and the sleeve nre the latest fashionable wrljikle- JDDIU CRQLLKr This May Manton pattern cut from to inches butt measure Send seats to this office giving number embroidery number h and It will be promptly forwarded to you by malL If In aste send an additional two cent stamp 1rer tetter postage which Insures more ompt delivery AkAd3trt Bveritry this keep jnsmillng prop osition Ti a Itiedi it once but Iwitb poor suc t eslperlgrouchy LoaUvllle cburterJournul l What Made Him Sick Teacher Your little brother was all right when be left the bouse with you and yet yfiu say hes sick and wont be in school The KldS re Didnt i give him the seegar wid me own UdlPUCk Stationary Ysuth Rich Father My daughter ta too oolytlghtesir bat have waited patiently for years sad she doesnt sesai to get any elder Early lMiliwus SeaMy Schoel TeachecUflakhiBg the aarratk ABd that is the story etl JsMh lap j1M7j tktkiigsjo7 1 HWo111811S FrIend emteihnentsMuandmoreuJJrelittleshouloftakjB Wine of Oardm and ret relief you j Cftrdui is safe jnexGeine woienprepaea ingreandgieo iThe Womans Tonic Sit1rrliMMCarditi Iwarntonovildoinyhouaewor trrritAT THEY TOOK HIM IN 00 f A Surprise That Ruffled an Absentminded Scientist A certain foreign sciential whojec lured in this country wua to say the least cnrelesj about dress Once he was asked to lecture In a city not far taklogisuit Raving given his lecture heS Sp nt the night at the house of a tel low professpri woke up the next m rnI lug cheerfully donnod the dress suit and Rallied forth to give another lec ture at the local college lie didnt kuow Just where the cOI1 lege was but spying an imposing looking building nott far from his hosts residence decided that that was UWhlle walking toward the door be suddenly saw an ant bill Bugs were his specialty He dropped at once to his knees dress suit and all and start ed to scoop out ants next thing he knew he was sur frhe by a body of men who had rushed out from the imposing looking building They seized him roughly and proceeded to drag him Indoors He gesticulated He protested In many languages it was of no avail At last however explanations were forthcoming The imposing looking bulging was none other than thellunatic asylum Seeing a man attired In a dress suit digging up nuts at 10 oclock In the morning the attendants hod that an Inmate had escaped tbougbtI sally and attack Philadelphia VARNISH TROUBLES The Complaint That Is Made by a Piano Manufacturer The piano manufacturer was talking A fortune of a uillliou dOllars nt least be said awaits the man who cnnv Invent a varnish which will respond to changes of teuippralure In exactly the same rate at which wood responds Everybody who ever has made or- ownedia highly polished urticle of fur niture knows that the surface Is liable to break Into small orackn become finely crackled and thus Its beauty is lost This crackling Is caused by the fact that sudden changes of tempera ture affect varnish especially fine piano varnish almost instantly while the wood beneath contracts or ex panels nt a different rate This spUn ters tbe varnish and thus far no man ufactiirer h U8 been able to get the best ofthet situation We are waiting for this entirely possible elastic varnish Which when It shall come will be more welcome to the manufacturers of fine furniture than the flying machine is to the world at large A piano delicate ns It is could be stored In an Icehouse without detriment to Its polished surface pro vided the temperature was kept even but changes especially If sudden are fatal to the beauty of the case New York Press Dust lath For Hens Have boxes of fine eatjth in the fed oom for the hens to dust in One jmirl of sifted ashes from bard wood llxed in the earth la excellent Lay 5ft supply of tine dry earth to last- iroujfbout the wlntprj The earth innldhe kept dry t liens In gOod health hnvlug access the lust jttth will tisttally keep free n m lice The house should bu swept fun every morning Pretty Smajll The AgentI doutt set how you find room for complaint In thisapartment The eflantNor J41 There aint even- room totake1 deep breath Cleveiand Leader i 1 Tkiuuit Hays HUNT TnHh ui Herir SuMdilv Asw Te Fla4 bat kyouwterl a brick dust sedi aienCorsettling stringy or milky healthy condi tIns of the kid neys too frequent desire to nac t nr eiir yoetheand seed attention Wkat To De There is comfort in theTtnowledge so oftem expressed that Dr Kilmers remedyfulfilllaimostevi kidteysliverpassage Correetsinabilitytoltoldw4ter aad scalding paia in passing it or bad effects follpwiag use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often manytimesimmediate effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest be aUSeofltsretHrkabIIII i aentfrebyaiIkaMOIItNY Mention this papse sad SwampRoctN Y pa erery bottle HIS STURDY WATCH Hi Keep It In Repair Himself Whim the Aid ot a Knife Some wen dont you know said Mr G II UttoDwlll stop oft a curb step dowfc about a foot and break a leg and then another man will fall off the top of a seventeen story house and not even muss his clothes Anti its about the same wily with watches dropped my watch the other day about six Inches on to a thick plush carp fnnd It cost me 10 for repairs When I was out walking with my friend Bwlllkwlllby Ams morning be dropped his watch on the sidewalk and it didnt sp much us slop iu 5It sounded when It cutue down like a fiafg falling out of a high wludow and it was only a two dollar watch and expected of course to see Bwill kwlllby just kick the fragment off the sidewalk and pass oii but It seems Bwlllkwlllby knew the watch better He pkkeji up the crystal not even cracked from where It hud flown sev en feet uwny uud pdf that iu his pocket and then he looko ut the watch It was going all right bow in the full the long 11some bent He straightened out hand with his pocketknife so that the two pointers wouldnt catch afrd then he pried off the crystal rim of the watch and put the crystal back in place and then ho uupped the rim baCk on the front of the watch again and dropped tbe vatcb In his pocket 1nDd started on and As I was dying said Just as If nothing had hap peued Washmgton Post BeSTING THE BOASTER A Little Problem That Floorecf the Lightning Calculator Now gentlemen concluded the lightning calculator t are demon strated to you upon this ere black board the marvelous speed dud uc urn cy Insured by my great system of addition substruction division and multiplication and 1 trust that you are all satisfied with the results Now gen tlemen I ave ere a little sblllln book let explalnln my marvelous system In full and by a careful pcrsnal of which I will guarantee you to become as ex pert a llgbtnln calculator as myself byirAhem Now gentlemen when you recall that tens stnilfbt away able to multiply lnillLJ1L937 by 937111 111111111 perhaps you will One moment sir balled out a shrill voice from the buck of the crowd But will you answer mea question Im no schoLar myself but was wpn dering the otherjilgbt how olda child born in September nineteeh nought nine would be in September nineteen nought ten The lightning calculator threw his interrogator n look of contempt Ont year of course my little than be replied sarcastically Well retorted the shrill voice f think if you were to go home and im prove your ownmrlfbmetle you would find that child would be 17101 years oldLoodoD Answers A Matter of Smokestacks The smokestacks on ocean vessels of recent years have been made to slope backward more particularly to give the steamer a rakish air the masts also being given the same slope As tto the effect on the draft there is a slight one as the wind pressure oa the front of the stack sloping np and over the top of the stack Is more apt to draw the smoke out than to cut it off butt from all we ark aware of this seems to have beeobrldot secoadary con sideration The shape of the ataoe stacks also is changing from round to ovall so as to present JesK MI rface at the front If you Vompaje the steam ers wltlj the sloping And straight smokestajcks in one ease the former while ra itionless still appears to have life while the rfcldlty of the other gives It an appearance of stiffness even while under considerable speed St Nicholas The Hunter and the Win In hufitliif nptliist tin wind In open forests more game Is passed tbu umny hunters would suppose The an imuls see the man note that hp Will pass them and hide by getting as near to the ground as possible If they scent him after be has passed they evidently realize that the danger lit over though some mostly the younger inexperienced animals thou sneak off Where game Is very wild Itls often In such localities us have luentioued only possible to approach them wltb T1w wluO by outdistancing the hitter because a big gam animal at rest de pend on its nose to Jene It from dan ger in the c1lrec lou nom wUkb the wind comes ana on Its eyes to watch tae side from which It can get QUI M warnlnr4rck and Trackia IJv josefIlrunerS Welsh P4atIseel Cestome Whet the Freuch cle a half heart sd attempt ts lavade JreatiBrltate in nuT a laudiNf was made at KW MrI Wales Mil the setter of Nupoteo i wr 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