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of calves as indicated by inspection of 1Jte million annually Ex r veryBdyleedSg- ood i salve and Dr Bells Antiseptic Salve iis the bst It is a droamy JfocallsiWkere agFrrners TIre are about 0000000 2Jnsante iionismadeamongthem ethaverage amount for each Iarmtill be about 920 This iii a comfortable sum for the living a family which has house rent nd a greater part of food cpn pmed8ralSMtes is about 25000000 pasous that iis there are 10331176 mployed in agriculture and the IIrtaendeutearnings on ttelfarm over and liretlLOCky Amoogst those who have to Itye t on iITbevauas estimated by the Secretary DIC toft P oft that year We have been that i y diviiiug up thk great crop IiIG till veto live on utei begiiLapje ot so big s iersdL j nd yet they are big enough to may he a farmer yery prosperous and JJ contented In recent years hitt baa paid off his mortgage and bas opfeseda bank account I1ett iivea dcaifortably and although in a portion of the year he work Vlrlhatdyett1e has oreie iiire4nrinf hew lvla monfcbs ban most men in joiher f ooeuatkHM LE I IV krls Aitlscptic S frt it t Iarukea or eoceaui 1tiheu tetr ri fWOTHM ruasHtj NtPtJJep tiaadsand lips ginples otutV zce black heads Barbers Itch sun Ifl1 Jn sct bites fever ores ana- nttJxrhMl 25c Wd fcrery wheresJ 1 X Wisdom A tv r V Occasionally words of wisdom cone from Biaster Brown1 toe little bpy WhOi with hisdogTiger r i rLBrowDi f Wi 4bisdomi Tlclsrstand little boys because be esnt love them A mother rknowa more about the care and feeding pt birds fthan tbej most learned orajthptogist A Mas who obis do knows rore about hllJl than the great f5t anatcminl or Visectionist because ha know thdog sdt yOtion to him Yon cana find that witb aknlfje or a textbook BeoatleL1liescieutist cannot make a chemical analysis of your soul or of your love iis no reasch that it doeent exist Now mark jotu love is the power tfyat will aa ke you lay down yourlife for your family or lri ndfLove created this big universe A man who love aflower bran ex pettthe leama first hand by le- glu constantly with that flower Professors are usually text book- men and only beiieve things sec ofJyou have noticed syaiptons of kid y trouble donot delay in taking thetost reliable and dependable remedy nosibledder piUs These wonderfnl pills bainff used with great satisfac n by thousands of people Try De Witts Kidney and Bladder pills toISold by Red ro8s Pharmacy TCropReport- The Crop Reporting Board of the United States Department of griculturfHti n te from the orts of the correspondents and agents of the Bureau asOfollows all figures for 1909 be f iQCornma teteacre of corn is 254 bushels i 262bsbelsastiu estimated in 1908 259 in 19O7st 4 25 8 ithe average of thq past ten yearS The indtcatPd total oduction is 8778I60Q0bush i s against 2668651000 as finally stimated in 1908 25 9in 1907 and 255 the average qf the past t ten years The indicated totsJI oduction is 2767816000 bush s against 2668651000 as flu aT ly Itestimatedity ts S42 per cent against 869 last year VheatThe average weight per measured bushel of this3a year wheat cnjp is 580 pounds against 583 pounds in 1908 andI 57 4 pounds the tenyear aver e V Oats The average weight per measured bushel of this years oat crop is 327 pounds against in 1908 and 309 the nyear average The preliminary estimate offfI e average yield per acre of to bacco is 8077 pounds against 8202 pounds as tinaUyJestimatedl in 1908 8505 poudds in 1907Ii and a tenyear average of 805 1 ounds A total prqduction ofI 95184oa pound is thus indi cated against 71 8061 OQG pounds s finally estimated in 908 lhequallty is 877 Per cent i gainst8l 9 itlf908 O0in 190- nd 85 9 the tenyear average 4 Scilici Biys Shrieks horrified his grandmother Mrs Ma ria Taylor of Nebo Ky who writes hate wheaall thought he would die bucklensIm infallible for burns Scalds CutsI orns Wound Bruises Bures Fever Sores Boils Skin Eruptions Chi lains happed Hands Soon routs ile425c at Haydon Robertson Town Swept Away 00ll once the beautiful d prpsperduf liirle city iof oneioAste C oheWKS discovered 4h the Odd Pel lows building about halfpast eight oclock The fire con tin ued in progresaf until tlobn Oal endars store Walter Brocks store the Glasscock saloon Stewards druir store the De posit Bank Beverlys storeand tde Ed mondsona dwelling were Stewardibidverfliule Jonesville was one of the best towns of its size in the State and will be greatly missed by tbr surrQundinff oountrjr fII Js not ifii ym w be1e or1ginat- nd very litUe was saved r anyjof the bpndVngg Cwnj 11rDtfWltty Little Early RIeerst t be safe sure gentle easy little pl QajolizedAlwlsrefuH subststules aid t Imitations ajfie original h BeWltts CarbolizedWitch Hazel Salve if gotd for anything asalye is usedfor It especially good for plIes Sold 5y Red Cross Pharmicy t1f rleyJr= r From statistics gathered this yearlcr p of Bur y tqba cos the largest in the history of tb country aggregating probabVJf 200000000 pounds Of this It claimed that between 55 and 65- per cent has been pooled with the Burley Tobacco and Tnsu an rjtiTheHvailedordinarily good having averaged pounalThualarT hutarthsweekabout75000unds I Lexington loose tbacco markw and it is figured that by the end the week 2 000000 will hayQ en sold thereEX ijWbeado ii have the bowels move Bjctj t take auythingthatmay co fPa teand most old fashioned CODg cured doconetioate Try Kenned Laxative Cough Syrup It drives th e cold from the system by a free yet gentle action of the bowels it stoP the coagb It is pleasant totaketChildren like it Sold by Red Crqsa pharmacy i i lG vent For Awhile t 1 1For a few hours last night while Gov Wilson and Lientl c1 Wi H Cox were out of th g ate Senator Conn Linn pf a1Jo aY county president pre mof the State Senate and a Democrat became acting GoveII4r Gov Wilson was onbistl hblcne Troth N VY1r anal ppped over in Philadelphia Lieut Gov Cox ItftFrankfdrl- Wednesday Afternoon for a hunt in gtripin FloridaEx Jtsa Time to neglect your health The worst neglect that you can be guilty of is to allow eonstfpation biliousness or an liveror bowel trouble to continue is poisouing your entire system and may1ead to a serious chronic disease Take Ballards Herbine and get absolutely well 1 he sure cure for an and all troubles of the stomach live nd bowles Sold br Red Cross Dru Store r Painfully Burned i Mr lE Houtc ins of near Chaplin wa a victim of a most distressing accident at the sam time the lucky subjectof an all most miraculous es PEIfrom greater injury if nbznstn t deathj on Saturdaynight a veek ago o Returing from the speak of Hon Nat Halstead ini Cbaplin about rUne ti Iock an finding the lights In the hous had ceased to burn Mr Houtch- 1Dscarried a lighted lamp to the door of tleAienetank in the yard andehtered the gj1ouse- Qf tank to find ffiercause of the trouble Tn sot itfanner t gas ignited and anexplosiorr followed sending the roof of thank e t thirty feet in the air and ribIbanst ever got out of t house He ecetv d very serious burns about the head lice neck and hands from which he su fere1 iatensaly until thephysi ians IlastThe Barditown Sta1 rdIFor CoHcL- r f x any bowel trouble Dr Bells Ant Paln altf like magie relieves almost iInstantly Also good for M nat pains Get it any wbetc J i STAliARD OIL COMPANYt i Decl red IIllegall Trust By i ftt tIj dgeWalterind concurred in by Judges mrandevenerwilb special concurring opinion by Judge Hook of the l7nit States Circuit Court fork the Eastern District of Alissonri mIiI NewIJe1 straint and ordering its disgolu hionl vas filed simultaneously in St vt Louis and St Paul itIn this decision the United f wEtepingvlctoryrand 1log of St pautwbowas the prosecuiGovernments won every point for which contended nThejjrect to the United States Su preme Court fas the Judges who lsignedj todays decree ate in rj UnitedleitSraks Circuit Court fApPesls although they are jttinjf for tlifi purpose of trying this case as the Circuit court4for the Eastern District of Missouri crItappearspinion of Judge Hook that the company cannot do basiuess un dpr rtnv other form with the object of stifling competition For Judge Hook on this subject 4lei end of the combination the mon j j opoly will nattf ally disappear But should it not dose and the members of the cmbmatiohre w o Jvfnight perpetuate the monQPcdy by The aggregation of the phys cal properties und instrument talities it would constitute a vi olaiionof the decee of the court In the trial of the case the point was made thttb staife ard Oil Company was a benpfi iyyeasoirof econpmy in operation reduced the price of iits prbdujp i1 This Judge Hook says can haW no weight i yi44 i Coughg t It 1is an old saying that TvhbejjlBg cough must run its course but the use of Dr Bells PineTar Honey hat demonstrated beyond doubt thatau h bybebell on thebottle ThingeAbo t the wor t thing Ken l aslamendment to the Stat u Cptsti rodimprovements adI eInslitutlbnaUsjihows how far were our ancestors from a sane know ledge othe rigbt thing to dp jri many things peojhepie accepted as a matter of course Fifty years ago the mah who agitatad the question4 of nsideredI beIitucky a leading citizen made a hepjfJat of issuing bonds lor turn pike purposes He tad some goodhorses and proIhnd laborers and small farmers wiiose prejudices were played upon by a shyster lawyer erwho told them that this richj farmer ar wanted good public OadSI j i iihe Doctors First QuestionI dow iuje your bowels This is generally ths first quesI jn the doctor asks He knows what a sluggjh liver co1aItsailiousHverpiflVjBt his subject Ask hirnat the same time if he approves rl of AYe Pills Do as he says TJ a so that necp3lddrjvtf JiiJ line stock over thein tludthu lordnt over the plain pronle t This Jsiwver us sd that his t father an ihar fathers hal rot a bug VBry ylrl wjh lbows rd cow paths aiVd ihjjL 1r ne Ifanglfd 1OilQIJJ1rrpcm t was oorerf nothing Out ivr IIIanHyiine the AnV irihibitirtnin hCtate congtitubbn agiiW it d im legitIlCu uqIi adii irove eot des not su wo for th- eonstittrc TJie small farmA m re that dohy other nitnwantsgoodroads The rich farmer can u e flying achines Memphis Gommer clal Appeal 0 t State of Ohio City of Toledo l j Lucas County y Fra JCnene makes oath that e Is senior partner of the firm of F Cheney Co doing bnsinesa in the city of Toledo county and state a t Aheeach and every case of Cattarrh thsjt cannotb cared br the use of Halls catarrh curs Frank J Cbeney Sworn to before me and su scribed II s in my presence this 6th day of De ceotberA D 1886 GIvEASONlfcNotary ubllet Hills Catarrh cure is taken llafer ally and act s directly on thebo qc and mucous surface of tbe5sybtem SBnd for tstImofl1lsfreel F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggist 7ic Should Yield More Corn f s f The Corn Show for the purI pose of ioterestingtheiKentucy farmer in securing a higher- gkadeor seed corn will be heldIsm Jii smLexingtonllth and 12th KDtuctj curnE averl1 es faix rto the b heill3acre bein jut half the average tw yieldi trUfqoisfwd Idahotbef two lleading Corn States of the Union v The soil of Kentucky is as gJd as that of either ottbes SfteB nE1i reas glvenr fKentucky small average is the facet that an iuferior quality ins this movement to improve he grade of corn is being manifestt edby crowers throughout the State Larue Co Herald A Hairs Breadth Escape Do you Icnovr that every time youIofhave a cough or cold and let it rfcn on thinking it will Just cure itself you a eyreofrDont risklttPatyour llungs hack in perfect health and stop that cough duPriceinSold by Red Cross Drug Store r nrAutomobile Line 7 8 a Brinton of LebanonV and H T Grata of Louisville have been fn Dpnville this week figuring on establishing an auto mobile lint between this place iahd Junction City and also an other line between Danvilieaad Lancaster They now conduct the line between Lebanon a 1auiI Springfield and it is said they are doing a nice business Danville Adfocata t You Girls are YtctiBS of headache as well as older women but all getf quick relief and prompt cure Loin Dr Kipgs New Life Pills the worlds best remedy foi sick and nervous headache They make pure blood and strong nerves and build 1your health Try them 25cat Ha don Robertson l I The National Fox Hunters Association at Lawrencaburg a came to an ed last Saturday In addition to the prizesf men tioned in last weeks issue ofI this paper Col JE Chinn1 5 dog Pete caoturcd bunch of cups He won every race thiatIt hewal entered inandCI fe home richer by four hando Is 5silverunanimous verdict of the hnntIt ersitbatth AWocJalion ha 4C never ic Us History received such a cordial welcome M at Lawrenceburg A petitioni Wlli signed by lj500 citizens was pre sented to the ox hunters asking tbsext years meeting be iiiC there HarroUburfr Herald BaiiTifuI ByW t idaredtshtd l IIanyIj beautiful r 3otttherlan48 Sfl Eye Salve will remove the inflamatloh an6l jtjjjjjj f Twrj Eift tttr It rTheF irAI MPTAt ROBBERY Poitofpcc B kfInto Mw day hifht Notkif 4 tIv By prizing open tbje back wini rJI dow thieves entered 11J d1ngtcame alarmed at some noiaH made their escape wiiboattaklrig an abiag with them hEYkl obon the safe wi 4 kockedKU fined wUh cotton wVste aoiH 1btroglycerige a part of the latter was spilled on the flopr iad itaif plecespf waste ereOt1D big monkey wrench the prop LIli1berJ h ILtethaker litereere stolen Monday as theo ltefi retflenlber to have used them during that da- yPmaster Green B PrJot re pJlo i1iJh e in Tspectori do nothing towards opening ibe 1e until that official l arrives Aftdri his inspection1 be Will g atbi uD expert The Jobbers fIe were quite mcklIencewas evidently the IratUemj t local talent andOQB who dfiai j kUOW4 much There was BO moo in the safe but quite a BMbei stamps Vf would adym the wpodberobber tat Uric IpSam will not do to BpMkey wiOa ai less he desires k rveWInj the penitentiary Ne Hay Eho1i- s Were Merely Hoboing Saturday nighti a msiag wiMtIt received by the tele rapb opera herifroni an L AN freat conductor stating thai iheit were two men cQilclia a Cuc pi his train who were waaied m serious charge at Barbotirjt ville t The psdepartswM ac- fiedti to arrange to capture tIM wp men1 f In mos way th matter b camtfuofsed aroaad aadnnon a crowd variously estimated a from 50 to100 peppta wet e waiting thearrlTal of the train AfleSr a wait of Orer to nonrn tie triin pulled IsOk dp nd tl1lmeft were arretied HaaA lodged m jail Tie mayor bad been notified by pbone thai a cVowd hadcollecttd at 4pntnd wnen be arrived on ibe scene found It nee si 1diicharge one ps UM ejclra nbl olicemes forriakiat On Tiitedty they w eNr pre sented in tH police ooiurt aiMl s no charge save breach of the peace had 6atft Jlodf d liafait ihen and it appear ibai the officers iin Barbo rsi5ite Anew natkito of th oftM tM bTJI0riM hemij awajr aiHl they were ai ii d k depart Tb jr gave Uwir aaioaen Harry Bwith and D JM Boi der and said Jhey jet aiaplj J stealinira rid Ijpa JW on f- rii iiy r l s f M 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Mr W B Greg Of 111iw ba b eu- t rf vr ciivs orszzing tli preidnt r lr directors from van u t 46llt fpere elected re 1ie VrjWy that one o- fjbISrt wr pir fellow coontyman 1 If lD CUyfcrooke Tbis Is JPr lfiW i towfor thrust on Mr IJwwifct fad tht posi n I OIL iHitftl worth oaylog Ii LL pii1riiy Of Mrl ift betc in the SMtt Jab we ndlblpQJ 0 7 Jl to mks Mr C13ybroole Iralor M bia influjBIlC f 4 ag i large drclaof acquaint I S I aL iiajrkJE1 im iia giai etewi W t pJf Ktotaefcfr bit lOt th- eWbothutf itotb first r ttOMtfeatan insraue Company Ie l3 1tJDJcaJtacilbabeenJ feTrffd JJ the oiire South Its i oora1J alue em hardly be F 0 u arcaiUllOilIlt8 bJ k4rif4 to Mater cow L Opaalf l1 be kept jJleirculi ion fa oqr own t4 i out I 1 J a JM B atoy of the Jlirk CcwBtT Circ ifc Co rt in aff JVir by jjcciejott grilled the peIas Iast y itoill awl otters ior a receiver his t i j lor ttM Eerier To oSJcieryIe to bY ebareof the usdiatribti h v r Mfcnftfe declrt1 11non pooed crops tI estinbs theOj f iea by J tv U pp roxim tel litIf J miHkMi Tbe judge d claimed i iijJ My IntiNttloa to criticiM the u4ra of tht society The t AfMiwI iboUi that hPoolisI t fi ifii W and diatiBct from every Ry t rt J tlMf pbb4 and that when all t VtiM txpcie of liMiling each for Dunjeiithag be gersl expenses 01e iMuatemwi MM once and pay ii ft pl KJiMwfuch can be 1 If wXapotiodl tothat iI t iio ytarkjtrop CIbe etbalaaceoIthin tbs priot for which that years oyeQir ihoiId bIUy paid to the 7 i growri iPOc4Od their tobc j i 1jCOf jjBK J rf ThE courte s iuepg o Due Ite decision in a rt larft pMHrtt oa tbeuseGf the t iCJtbn taBOO expense mon- t c 7 thi 1909 pool Meisrs t L BeI4win cl RutJ8lLhl1e misil verKWfrfGMr l AMMtblji wbjch will one essy m ia the new Capitol at Fra kfcHt the firM weekI 14fV 3a mrT will be mainly con fS apicaoiii by the small number pir J2 f blkNMM who will assist in kDgi p tke bodyv Ccftnplete eini iro Tery one of the O v 18 gemaiorial and Ipgislatwe f 4tt4cts show that lite JSmu QfJ ofw1 t 4 iiitbl1ot The ont c11l diyk or Iat Vv pioii B eacIV3raflCMS as foJlows F eo 5 DsocrsteSeflaG6 Hons73 t flg f JRblicans Senate 12 House J trfe At the recentielection thr ing rats were success in I 1Deli fib nineteen hOld ver J r fb1CWrwd gIve them a teid Ml adTaotige in the session r fiv t itttfrM at be elections ini t Hit iW Uw Democrats wlH on Fw jZh have to eitCt oneSepaDroutol j fCifVl ejMeteen to becbosen at that L M jtovooolrol the upper brancb t ijj ortbiO12 Session henatI- d i r feSt t 4 Stnte Senator to SUCCle j Ie I rto as Ji Pant r will beeJfc Sb f 11H Bpaorth Wvstt too Tar JL adm Aen7vOLed on erIj Woi n M thtHiffet W hare been beatep i Mbe tMNii to hays carried i j t e o 4iiNf to the tabMJation ofIe i 1 a8fneJrriitV ri d+faii e iMitiM attd bad alt r7 i 1r JO Jt At i If z i iIu U rptis th t tJS tt5 OOO Jl fl r rM3kSotk T l 4l z QbIatIier Zobert ETear uer At 5eif ervvbQ h r e O 1tp hi r ttQq1Itbjf1t l t We kiin n for 1 bf rtljftt p R Ji btit f f fI 1 r i J Congressman Ben Johnson Now Prominently mentioned as candidate for Governor == t For Johnson For CoverI n rlhipI rj The boom or Bon Ben jofini son as the next goverqor of Ken tacky iis on in full blast through all the sections of the State The past two campaigns 4eI beFultlrdemoostra qd beyond doubt ability us a duccesstul pat er and the people and iej epre are enthusiastic In their ai4tton for him as he next Democratic nominee for gdverS kaowing that he wuuldba sure winner t5roadminded4 big atithE9 t rtogical1j j w ceaWeek Leader PriQceion t i i The most merciless enem Ihad j 20 yearsjl declares Mrs James can of Haynesville MeHWaS Dyspepsia Isnffeied intensely after ng or drinking and could scarcelyl sleep After many remedies haTfailed and several doctors gave me up t le4 Electric Bitters which cured completely Now I can tat any r adstrengtlek again For Indigestion Loss of Appetite Kidney Tr qblk tame Back Female Complaints its un- aled Only 60c at Haydon Heb ertson Litsey Mrs Eliza Mitchell had the fvrune to fall one day this teke1ae bruises and a1rdturq of rib I r Missi Eleanorl Heed speopWed- nQsday night with Miss 8ar Reed r hjjMiss Mabel prjce of Spring j toOlMOJ1day Cnrioriiv J 7 Mr aid Mrs Carlisle GIplland Middlesbofo arfe yishingfuife 1tersMis AdelLnel OOx anjr JI Martin will f with spendThankivip Msses E1trvey y d l tiq1 Sarah ReEdiiIMISS Eleanor Reed Miss Nannie Thopiti 19t of Spritfgtield isspa1ijthi s eke with her brotHer iri W- itIhaw fatnitjMrs I r J were tho gu stsy oFt Mr1 Ptilfn one day atekH tV Mioes Addle ehan and r WiHettGlaqef attending school tai StTUttth ins a e spending Thanksgiv g with parents here Mr and Mrs J J Martin en ned at six oclock Sinner Friday evening in honor ofHhe vftotieth birthday of their he phew Wm Martin When ihel guests entered the daiug room they found it band mely dECOrI ated With potted plants and c ItI w risr The prevailing colors iteAsumptJtUouts appreciated may games ati4 iwiesil syere n Ulg Aflerdk11J rrere enjoyed rifr 1ii Ja = 1 Mclntire i J have not seen any news ftoi isplaceLh for some time I willl try to send in a few lliueSt vMrMtsRi Mr and Mrs Hubert Mattirig iy spent Sunday with the Jatters parents Mr and Mrsd amiFields i Mr and Mrs T fimiiv train e were therpleasant guests of Mr b 17ettieJ aturday nidiht and Sunday Mr Lawrence lagan attended the sale of Charlie YanUey Sat J0 TfrWiI1TheUey totyig visiting his mother Mrs tBetiie Wheatlev Ilrlrs VJ R Xe6lespeot Mont i d Ywith her mother at Forest View Messrs Tom and Will Wheat jley speht Tuesday njgdt with wyman Keene j C Ensor to Kent Smith four heifersprice privateIi tto Durham two steers at 2ar j aci1 j Notice to Taxpayers jI All taxpayers of Wash ins ton county are notifiecll thai all taxes d uethe county of Washington and state of Kentucky are past due and must be faiiI If not pjiid by Dec lfcthe laWrrequires that a tax wart ant be issued on delinqueas LS OSBOURNE Sheri ff Feiiwick j Mr anBMrrf John Bai itr amaIPi Mr and Tlrsj MeMilhin of Splinigfleld r t fijlS3 Edna6bcka e is nsU ing her motWrVlf 1JTaokvilio thl tOIUl1 wt1 Jt Mrs L7zle An4lerOni a p- ijaIer i Rosa visi d t Js tce l nday r rf 8GSjingvIshedi iis tIisSite ieryill at thiasr1iijgi Mflthlllit ndVectiaR v ers en Prineda ievw off th let freridIrja irt a1arriiingtiiu npr Starcv ufgbt Sevfiml ibungsterl of tfeiii p1aeewrthepleanVu =ECZEMACURABLE PROOF NOW AT 25c5 Try the OH of Wintergreen InIstantly Relieved It ta usually1 very c4stlyto consult a specialist in any di easebut for2q eutson a special offer we can now give to those suffering from eczema or any formokIn disease absolutely instantI relief vith prospect of an early cure A Special bottle of oil of winter ChicaggL thjsspecJaJwill convince nVe know it we vouch fr it Ten years of success with this mld lflpticntlwill CCptJthe25cent offer sb that jou will also be convinced HAYDON ROBERTSON t t Or the Mis es fiaydon S nda- VJl rnort cu Misses Mabel JEPrice and LaV feimiC03oiaV or yattandtid chu ch fefcit irVr3ick SUitsy ritk Faiher Gabe fin p bi letblr apPlh fu nv here Sun day t f MssgoxieOisse1lvistd1 Mis 1Mary Rose Jae dti Suhday L Mr thee UaLiier was in out aiiidsiSunday MrsEIla MpnWorafery andi IdrtJoe Smith visited here Sun day i Mr andMrsJohn Horan pi Lebanon visited ihe latterjs pat tMl Saturday a n Sunday MiEpdney Hall and Miss An nie Stttuwereqiietly maine d inSpringf eI9Satu rda veec fog Mrs Bert a Lanham andIi Daughter Annie Mae visited Mr arid Mrs RP LmhitrnMonda3r SverlfroI here attended IIICountyq Master Loraine Fenwio r is on the sick list Mrs Suda yatt of Spring field was visiting friends und relatives here last weeki Mrs Rosa McAllister 1as in tow n ou business one Iat week l d11 Mrs Annie Welch or 3urgin isvisiting ber sister Airs RB Graves this weekt Gatfhprin corn and stripping tobacco is the farmers erapoy meni in the comm oty Jr resso Iiume w t e plea- stguestof his brotherirjlaw 16M r J E Farmon Saturday cnigA Iron3cThat pin n your back caused by umbag stilT musclsor strain i n Jif a easy thing to get rid df BallardV Swow Liniment cnres rheumatism llumbagol sore and stiff muselfs trains sprains cms burns bruises scalds and all aches and pains Yx j need a bottle in your house Sold by Red Cross DrugStore owil Property For Sale On Satnrday HoYfiinber 27 i at 3 oclock pm we will offjej Jfor ealVto tlit highest and bestt bidder two dwelling hotfses situ ted on Coving n Ayenug It Springfield Ky IThese hopses are nevy aiid Well builtt tjveIrooins 2 halls an4all nqcessarj o futbuildings4lotft deep Uorijt forget the date Sitfirday Ndveniber 27 1909 AJl rented and paying fcper cent Terms made known on day ot sale Wf H 0 F WHARTON I t NOLDJ BUSYBODYH =What the Bridegroom1 Thought of the Old Native at the Station While vraltfng for the tnUujtue bride niidl brldogrooui walked slowly up nnd Jovvn the iJlntfortu XI dont know wbnt this Joking auc- t111kgIiay imve oeu to you tie re nuiffi but Its dtuIJ to we qevcr sj erpuced such an ordeal nnferfd1m ttolie flT1ieyrew utou Vliy the rtruufJVt s 4i his unir iitlouf nionutit the 4ttZStlldl5tntJou master walked up them VJB t youfioln to mUe this Strain hi i4kt jlijoupof yrfur business retorted tit bridegroom liidljtimoily Vis 1uldpdx the bride up tJit platform where jhey ondoled with eacb other Ittr the luipertluence of some of lue natlves i iOiwnhJcurue the train Itstapor purling frullfntar It was the last fo tluIr desthiarloii that dnynnex priss Nvarpr stud nearer came at tall speed then In a moment It whiz ito 5Lt UkItI vas gomo wil lir thunder didnt that train iui Vt fV4 vltfdtgroom Cu you ytir it hone rmy 4ifciiiii J httw to signal If that trains j Ntul p s t wmjs the uki sia tlop iijast r softly rnffc irlilNlH iril m1itrewzis wlrked illlIdt JIIIi ee r Ludtz tUt Rftu An atiiotlray t111Ui t In 8antD flat xll Iidsr recintlv beeil put Into service Te esiMrlnieiU very doubt fuj me is itl streets of Santos are qUlto iuitgli and narrow Out automobile i JIy Is lifnse Iii the tIty Utnfvd in one cliamlicr bulevhiiis wuslsts if JkVpiMd mpmbrs who untdeitetl by adult manhood suffrage fur jlillArson isl the mtfistcrinli In Xi w York flry aiwmlln to the retords fur only six persijn out uftuth r mtmiusmdimi foupd guilty HomliIdp OoilWw nejtL vvltlj onljr seven eouvli 3til4The ianl4 Jaulofs In recent iiihn her ilrscrjjted ajtiew monthly period IcalvWhkb Jx edliedby a slrl of four teen tilt cnnirlljutors are hUIII exception Httlejcls who not atoni write the artliIes Unit draw the pit turpK jvIti whiMf t1ItyZIru tllustratod 1iJorC iciornl freely jn his Hand book of AI2iill4 consfdera that Iby the end of this century the population of Alaska wilt tin ntJ great ia hat nf Nor i4arl2ooooool The eoiidltlbiiR are shill1nr only Lie nttlprlil 1tdTaIttages of Alaska exceed JmoseQf Norway and N jth climate of the southern half of i = u i WI Bu- yFURS HId led = f Feathera Talleir Beeswax GlnsenXi Gvlden Seal ell- otSlean May AJtJtle Wild GIRle- reteWear dealers MJabIished ti15 OvrhaifacefltUr1in Lqulivllle rtnican dbetterforyouthaflageflt- er commlislSB merchants Reference any prtBM SabIl Sons 22IEMrkitSi iMODISH MATTERS Miiffa of Various Shapes and Materta That Are New This Winter The cub bear la tbe 1cvstmutr In tbe furrier shops It 4s large round ju shajie and Is made of tlie pelt of the youujj bearVf iptlltrt will be carried earlier this year thair usuaVtjnivtbey will be of 2em urousllk and maraij4u or combina tions of three The smartest are built of 1munberfess pills of ehfffotu and some of the muffK have marabou edging mind on other models lace the color of the chiffon Is used laurel la one of the new shades of green used by 41i jnlllfners A brll limit red is combined with the green tilt to colons muie handsome hntsi iy was of Iiuvyb1u serge ninde with a 3klljTheof plaid silk which edged the w4tst 09AT Wira OF MOI11E and sleeve seams atvd made the but tons which fastened the waIf and col lar On ninny hats tjiere are rosettes df ribbon ion cloth of silver with fur to niatcbthe other fur trimmings on the Creation Alolre silk ag a trimming for cloth1bIs one of tiiPvnncQltles of the winter Tbe coat Illustrated is trliiwipd wit it1Ie fhls silk thUd the effect of time moire Olllhli dlaflinalser p of which loatiniade wry attractive TUDIC CllULlF Ilsizes5end Ifrc ritn to this nitce jrtvlng nun Tcr tl5 = dud It wi tit be i romp ty torwnr- Pto you b ItJ In jtafte jsptift ai idditionnl two cent staitn rm leiley ms iee wl lch Insures mbrriiramnt ielVcy DRILLS Ai D FRIPPERIES igh Stocks Teko the Place of Dutch Collars This Vinter StcwkNcrt 10llriletfl Nl Variety with JjtlMit oivliuttertly IviwR In fjnuf nrem HllHh tliim tustt cannot he dcnlrfl thnt iIw y romo n rtlstlnctt relief after so Imnh low ciltiiwkwetir There Is a rej rnpf colored s tln taffeta bows Inn wear wh It will waists vlilfh li1dit pretty bit of cnjiir to Ike lingerie bhtjse The luctbfriU Is also very popular In jiibots fbere are some new shapoR chle atTain Is ly plnstri pfTect t ichly trimmed with Irish lace anil- French jotnbroldfry Charihlnjjllttlp rohts of scarlet t toth uHT seT tuf t2PiIlKM2L2Wfllfl sPffor thr small hay pi4 sir Tbew bright little utweuttre trJuimed rUb btucir If WAIST WITH OAnNlTORE buttons and soniPtlnjes a further orjIp BsamenttIonkA waist that Is frlnimed with such garniture as the one pictured Is bothj LLnew t LcwitbwsultedJUDIC CnOLtET This May Manton pattern Is cut fro n 2 to Inches bust measure Send to cents to this otlice glvlns number t and It will bo forwarded yovt cbytwo cent stan3ls for Idles posttce whi in t more prompt delivery IlJisurcg Of tne inttrac tuvao 4i vUb iB rats Is tP trop Tntd which the nnlmnl walks nttracted by 4nn electric 3it and n display of food Once iobe cannot get out and an electric ciirreiykills him lu Dfty or sxtiJl ODd TIieappnrntus can bo so artlpgcdthnt dead animal Itself iSlgiiajs Its fate to any desired place adfIslnff the watch 1efittrt4 i fNEWSIHoiii DutphOncei J1rStfare with the Germans who wereou tit forgo sayn the SaturdayrEvenluj tilefinestlevmaus the worat MittlinseyousomeI thedtfereutso I will know It you tell strangers ldlyiinyoti btlow youWathhv ask you nome very hard questions twill trw you Listen Where istbcourthouse located Broadway and Market otnrWlereTwelCth and Clarke avenueVT u Jllght again Murk that S hmJdJ Now where Is inyofUce locatedln afd- bulldlugr Nprtftwsteorner4 flOes thboeksay thoU sesJl b The bookfis wrong northwest wing Where is the city ball1 C Bight opposite your offlce Right 5ih resiio use oflmy trying to catch yoii ou know everything in iIthe book NsW Schmidt I am golns to ask yqu where lstlie Kokpmo build IJ1g Schmidt pcratclied fits head and said he didnt khovfk Ahba1 hafc you on the first one eh Kelly how many elevat are tflicy In time Ivolcomo buildngYm ftEigbtf Thereyou The Irish bents the i1liutcjiYou do not eTcn knpwwhere the K komo building is and Kelly knows how many eIesators tbereIs in it I flueyou two days pay Schmidt toT xic knowing your book vPin St Louis Saturday Evening Post Adeea Blissful Ignorance A A Adee tlje assistant secretarj state and one of the most accom piished niep in the American diplomat service always spends isis on bicycling tours abroad 3lountc hnS1traversed Pier be takes his annual leave as his bike and crosses to the other side on pleasure bent secking Out the unl frequented goads and remote and In tcrestlng districts A camera swung pinywbcnccrItself to him and be has a most inter estl g collection of quaint odd and beautiful pictures r Mr Adeo is extremely dent but in spite of this good fortune has always attended him on his travels and he baa never had a serious accident He travels alone and gnthersnltstQ e of stories which ho tells upon his re tara with evident relish and a Rtrony EnglIsh accent whlcff Is dcHjjhtful bncrii obliged to phuQ his lips almost in the secretarys cur iujorder to mal thim hear and to shout it the top of his lungs Oiie day the newspaper correspond outs stationed at the state war and navy department building tried to ob tain tome Information rom Mr Adee and falling went over to the roooi where tlfe Into John Ray was eathron cd as secretary of state They flakE di the great premier about the matter and he gave them tile desired Infor mutton Why said the correspondenlsMr Adee said he didnt know anything about this t t rctorttldt rtt da4 Cheap Skate k1ocinntaii used to wrltecoralc IlCwspn1 per cdltorlrts ajncjLliues lie madeI fun ot rival editors in them too Simon Simpson a rival editor hfj Moi lleK having been made fun of wrote angrily iu hIm ntg ioe harris lsa b uictUu 1ffo some cheap wit at our experise To lon rending this grabbed his ran nnd dashed oft quirk as n flash for next days Lsrrcr JtoI He WaArtln Stephen Phillips the dramatist and i hi inir life as n inninlinP nf t l n thsons repertoire compauy An MrtIt thing for an actor 1s to act It dOtst1tnot matter he continued so hat the ords are which time actor speaks as the Impression which he con veyS to the audleuceby those Words 1heu be gave Mr Phillips the part otrBalthazjic In Itome iiiud Juliet 0fl r tbe Urst night Baltbaziic managed tho ral Hue of his part tlc then forgott the rest Romeo hi tlie person of Mr BBUSOU had to go to lila nsslstabceI d ir1iii rest ofjbe part for htm l1It Bnltfmzllr exhibited uu lsouytlspeechless rief Wb1ldo you mue4nt Mr Mensou afterward denandedt 4by sJffJgO the stage yIthont knowf- tourtartl ig ill was only doing what you igtoldon the stage was not so much jthe words yptr speak as to act Wejtf I actLaLoudptz TitBlimI wxkfti1 i + tIl 4rji4sjf i L DTIP HotRrnKtag The West outhsi and NOIthWI I 2 TALY 2 r 2 ius SGNPSTLowsflIf8TLoH WHHMT wmsgp TJcJset sale FWit and Third Tudap tflMonth Rrn Limit a6DyfrOnt Detif3 f 5ssAnggitJt CAiDNEa G TOmSVIY = IIEYE TSflb4 Ed M Rassitl I JEWELER ANt tkiitt = = 44b i 1I W1MSATTIi INCORPORATED r 7th Market LOViSVITtFYa iij f S i We mai4e4 specialty of thTfolowiaibrmids 11MttiIyMwe sprg4os J h SprWIZd1JIEerIa4 v ljt 1 We also haiidIePMtty i rt 1IIfIH Ft and WHlew Sfrmi WtlW m iwitf Purr 1 Arp4e kaidy 4 1aCkberIq WISe 1 ANTIQUITY OF DICE Origin of Thes Devices Buried In th Remote Past tbeBcrjglu of dice whku lu vaf1 lttiitiipes have imeu Ut fOrums APorship and rehlglotnivfremuules sin lllltdown of ulstory MieiriejirtYer u l1lJdtuLtalnlngadaptation tto a game jf rbajicc w IS or4pztrm tltely quiteecent tjJHr is a surprising number or dlce uuY they may tie dl vlded Into ttwo general classes rbeI- 1Icstful1I1lhir forinls the ciifaej Vltli two exceptionsthe ivoreUii and Etra can cublral dlie tJae h r gangedtwo and thre anti foCir nre opposti skieSSia tr1SIIftlnr t i l r1r1ku l1iia but to classical ce und K ioie ancient Syria lerala Iwila CAtu Japan l the telong jnndi jj g r or 11 t1thumb 1lDlWeekly AN ARCTIC rRESCUE J I The Fcelina When the Mif tWjp Cams Witi Vitw 1 J1dayUbtJ1lt our eyes to soc the ToBjfed for rlh 18hlp As the BumtiHr of iyj5 IHp l on we almost despaired bvt Oee daytIlIttjQly wheii hope had acIuw tat oned I d us we saw one of aMnuwJllng Ultuwduwl1 tnd IiilI a a dayftervondered winch of us wrndd be the I1uextto go off hlsbiilaiKte a VAheii wt1 went to hliit andfciw wbet plit reliifhiplOUt I jumiMMifurJ uomtMiiorv ut utir aeilons in that hour Quick each nnJkJ1t1 tlifrel hIs little lil midy to rush 19 the sbtiaiM tllf- 11tuw lorever thai ishiiid rlaere dynlr hi4J ghtriHl ulu 1htfOI rerititl frl if hI g upon tllie faces of iurVk srI uiien In our fttiiirU haste tfi Jw fl1 f us Itt bihinil tih tiinJ nvvxti t which v v pHzetf jlliti laCer re n1 It t the loss of AtIJi mid of lstw lmouths betilfiIlIli Terral yV b 1fIff urhedtHid we stivniKl to Where jur jwrty divided MHUO goto rJ11aIMiC lJZIf Magazine j Hs vu ns Airiottiir V v ddli1a w1tbody waa washed lu sea und ifvrrecovered She very ut hH1Jhtlcportrait Ot hIm anatmllIliI it fa tnpus artist wfabtwas a frteM orttW rgrnpbt hood onward khVn the Khtlliijc HI rivet It tvphenfed i 1ldillltM wwoL PlaIi l1UU were UVe Httle thW Hi ot Li i nj iitfp bntV nil Ilk iwe bejr s llLlsuoliap tlClwul1lII to- Irug dlmsaU ieittcrjjoyumos gsy w ilC svettnyenrudJsioi JItmtls hiIbaby self if nmy1ar jjy tisJJThe niotlHfr lookiii ht 1lw1WrviwI bnrst lulls 1vur1 hiiciW tfti sou1ijl l slid wY6ir hail liistJlfl iM 1 OUrSi1th1It41iMbiliiIt N14k41 PIr t jlllh l I v f l IIp H = Ap WIItDOWIAZIIit A FasisatwfOwpeUs Fr iiI e rwriet Window Jr MM itb m tAd Y4i1l4 ef tt ttt is Pate fto4ulaj1 Ui tills fi ttiythijf tupatl and W rut k t wW he hUIItttlbll rd11the t lat irhie niost j4itmthwt wares aft K Jfiwtk in rIte most art fctic fa BJ1only vhy7C wltb for jKiSae jnu w Ilt1uati tbecw M the realm wmT 4ett yyi 1rItdI- tfIu1r lhcHfJrrf tli rM tJ JlIillliug lutidwisti- 1lftsHpUreIIase IIiIt 1J JM1rinNfe tije bewildering mtiteC a tMt is tilt luau 6r vroiuin ttaviNiM i tM Wlft J ut steIw1 It i Wb ttlaereer I lsIiircM I e gonti Mri1i It d awble eraithsd 1 tWiks- iatidtit 1 tIM10ftgU iK It It aSU w si aAHierlcati 0 ill muptIQ biaybi t I tsptrkd ao ae 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r AID LIfISE8 EMAMER lJ5tjI DAY 19 NT 74aFIirIcu II I t JUflr1dScla iwU t Ij Fullowiof is th time schedule i 11pr j iee ts 3rdscwn fcr lit iiiijrimjlekl braacil riulro d MG4LssYd IM1 isviUe jit our 4 Ifll jr Mi ur4stowa JunctionIsi t t J pf m Brd 4owR 6G6 p mij AJ nio jixirwm at Springfield 655 p m iit 42Letvg SpringeId Itcl f I I j iBariiowjiB45 a m t 1fa Jnetion 7VIcf L IxmisTille 820 a m Q i if J41LMyt1 Louisville TII pf iM m Brdstown JUJctlOU tJS10a V lkrtn1045 afll t V f JtSwiDltleld 1215 p m f llio 44Letv Springfield atb 1p patdlkwn220pm0 ThSSitftr Jnnctibn 410 p mr r srrifts at Louisville 54 p n Ti NSundaya onlyLeaves 1niBar stown 81o Bar owii Jlnctidn iIf +M rriYW mt Louisville Ia i pSc o lJ Simda3 s only Leaves 1 YdJe i4 600 p mi Bards w1 JsicUoa 645 p in Bard 1 1 7 oo p iii arrives atf r ifJ piIsIda82uprnc+ SI I t LMIINtINGFWLD AUTOMO t rILE LINE SULEL J SiJiT Lebaiei Lcav Springfield t t JkXStation Valton Hotel fa J 1oarn 83Oain 1W30am 1Opms4jIR 500p m f3QpHi 130 p Inh1030am Sunday 2OO1ni i br 4t SFntt Mil TllallldntaI- S TREES j1 svrytiigfor Orchard Lawn f 2Catalogue J ij5fl No agenti r fL F M1LLESIEYRs L t tL Lexington KyV f1 =tnhTiRHkkTT l 1 AIrtwib Fo 1910- Ir4 I J t 1 l jlc t 4MyNove2r15th 1909flBplen J seo 6tr6nomey and jY II teaca ttbeo1yoae contaInIng the cjf kUrt B1 Weather Fore catL Jljr Mall poatgaid 35c on r JIwtais13Sc 0fr copy free wfth a rtI jeats tbpciii tift tp WORD AND irowa tfcejlelrlXi nIcks Month f f y pwH tliebestL monthly Inl J J itonAhnanas 1Ir 1ttes Agents wantedJ j eItirJ ilu 1 lie f iii ke flicks Fore ssittC ira it publlsk d anywhere f q iOu jgrt them Iyln his own J OZDAD WORKS custStT r lfjHvmtrsf l if J sji7 Sfc l notify i Ij j MtS i ir1aai are posted ilnd V A i N1tie4r pei s forbidden rfilAv AI hMirt wr ft testay r N t they ALwai will bSpjcMtr1for BeEdw i cJs 1P1 j T f w ts worM coWd Xy tthMkvI vl Teiyeedy qnic ITcareil gh Miiagrjpp ar1 aU threat t a brchIa1trubc I M ii ii jii 16WNLoCt IMWI MiN inH I jrltrt 1 FrMhest and Lattsttt i IIAWfyurIFdd a-Mt Ac t i 4bund City Paints may cdst tnieniorer buh 7 Leo haydon JI FOR SALB Pure stock Narrda ankett Turkey r X tfasT M BDGtclH L PpRrRENT 3 EoOm ji5hduse nEastMuinbt 1TE Apply OtO1II carload cf Birdge1l ceethernat AOiiirnblI N9w hatrbraids we can match t9ufbalft7 Mrs Wflliams i ffq F iAI4OneShot Horn I Roister eabulU GODDARD GRUNDY t i v ijrreatbargainsyirji bate at Mrs HuHicans over Peoplesdeposit aiI + t FOR SALE TOne large kitchen k range and one goOd dining room 1 t 1le I Mast EVIZkBETE HORD f p On and aiffegr Jin 1st my 1ise pfi 8 ro6msand lot f3IE res1oirtitipr iaie WALTER a IJEACHMAN Bargains in bats at VSTatben Shaders taland see you are topbl 5 MrJw K Bpbertso sold bis bouseiatthejntersect5on of Cov ingtbn Ayonue and High Streets 120X We are offering every ha in biitiseat a cvtprice ToJ t a good time to pmeln antf buyv Mrs Mulfican ov Peoples Deposit Bank jThe Unioa Tlanksgivitjgser I ce wilt be heJd at the aptiste hurch at 1030 Tnursday morri iljjjgt Rev R EO Lawson will ifach the sermon ii Tbe annual service of thanks giving prayerrrtetlQgwiJ be 914 as usual at the Baptist J 4rcjat 7 oclock Thanksgiv 4Bfrmornio Judge Seleptnan will conduct the prayer meeting LoSTBetween Hilory Os bournes blacksmith sboptnd ttlv ocisgroery ectv vet childs cloak Finder will letse return to MRS MATTIE HIGDON Miv Kent Smith bassold his arn Which he recently jpur hasefrornr Ha fry Thomp onto J L Allen and Jas fiagan Mr R lph Boldr ck has solShis hpui0 and lot on ebanon sjreet to Mr J XEV Smith i The friends of G H JJQol1ets raplier well knowu here will be pleased to leAfr that he been apppluted official ste tJ ngrapher oif tjfeevSecopd Common Pleas Dtylisiptroti the JerQa Circuit CoortbyJuSge ThoTnas R GPrdoD BEFOREJBUYING A FARM Write for my free tara list of 2oQ Ky and Ohio farms 113 A Ri h wood Ky 8000 470 A oartly Ohio river bottom KyI ide 15900 45 A Wa tonKY 2 200 Write today for corn plefelist Frank R Crowe 333 Ri 4th St CinoinDati D A sto m of considerable sever ity swept over the county on last Monday afternon aboutt oclpck A very heavy rain tennd there was a very hard wmd torm accdu5panied ftfby tjinnder and lightnibg The ire iobaccobain of Mr Wm L Fowler id the WMisbuyrg neighborhood was struck h litjhtning which ore to splinters several rafters and twP large end posts The barn and to tiaeco were both considerably damaged The Louisvile papers of lait wtRk cpntained the following tfhichwillbe ofjnteresc to the People dJCthe County because pf IUj fart that the groom is welli rhno n here rBobon Uampbeil apbotogrja per whose home is at tanfofd Kand Miss Helen Mays Bait h Lancaster Ky r vcerG oaafnedl by Magistrate Keigwlo in J Ifcr son ville on Dueaday night The degrtom is a native ot Wiwh in g1fl4QOUDt1JKr1w h te weekcujo The brid was born LitiCiSier 22 j ears ago TOP InS I Y Two Merry tramps 11 Qperd House Dec 4 j rAil millinery at half price Rare bargains tSee for yourself t M4sWilliamso tbel nd a e qf MrsAddisi Jennings on Monday 60 acres of the farm was purchased by Alex Wright for 752 50 and 50 acres by Mr Bdedictor 500 of JohnPolin colored was tried yestrday by a the I 1lco1l uo r in local option territory L was given the limit a fipJ 10Q and ffifty days iii jail PCupid has been especially busy this week and will be esperially so today as quite a large num ber of th countys people VIwiHtoday County clerk Booker has been teptHaving issued licences tpS AaTKjdwell and Miss Susie M ii Thompson John Earl Snider na Miss Annie Mary Olarkson OnarJie Simmsi and Miss Ethel t Hal rlso1j tiAdaHarmonand Miss Bertha Lee Edginglon fflbVSjSujiz eSter Blanford Harvey Leach and Miss Elizabeth Thpnap 9n s i Meeting Closep 3rThe protracted meeting which o hasb en conducted iafcihe Pres w t wterianirtyo weeks closed tiiiflay The sfcmeeting was very successffully conducted and there was goodV attendance during the week liRevJ d the series orjaJeetings is a very pleasing aMd eloquenttP tjpealrer The mee6icgjesulted into several accessions to thejjohqrch JthReal Estate Peall t M lrov Wharf on sold this week for Thomas Duncan his farm of 376 acre3 10 John R g and Kent Smith for S55 per acre For Sam Ray his ffarm of 155 acres on Pleasant Run near Siitfmstown tQ R M Ward fPr 65 per areFor J M Elder his farm of 96 acres il theredge of Marion county near Simm3i1 town to Robert Mattingly fOr 7250 per acre jMY Geolsbam sold h sfarm1 linowh as the Sliewmaker place l to John Baker and boughtof t Rq M Ward bn farm of 186e acres on the Muckville pike j known as the M cGatyey place ThompsonLe chmanLoj Mr Harvey Leachman andI Miss Ella TbUmpson two of the cuuntys popular young people be married at the1wlH today 11 residency of Re Pi Hen nesay Miss Thompson iff a daughter of Mr and Mrs C A Thompson- d this city and is a beautiful and attractive young lady of many nccomplishmeois and has a hbt of friends Mr Leach man is a son of M and Mrs John Leachman of Pleasant Grove and is an enei getic and popular young farmer They have the best wishes of many friends EdgingtonLeachman Mr flugh Leachman and Missy Bertha Lee Edgiugton were married at Pleasant Grove yesterday at High Noon by Rev Th- E C Lawson The bridal party entered the church to toe strainsi 8f a beautifuli imarch rendered by Miss Eleanor Reed on tpe organ While the cereinpny Was being performed Hearts and Flowers was played TheuUen danta were Messr Chas Iitsey and Mit Leachman a brother of the grom1he brid wore a blue cloth suit with hat toc t1Iltch and carried a hand boqueL tf cut flowers 1A large number of friends witnessed the cere mony v GrigsbyCaldwell Mr HW ldAlla Miss Jylwarv E GrigeBy were united in marriage by Rev Father Hen jnesyat his resIdence yesteraa at 11 ocloidk The attendants JOQnjeaJJ louy n i id i oi the pirtis were awara iRiW Ii Teettt exI tracted jrit 1 out PA1JJ 9rfDANGER 1 No charges f when platesS are wanted JjDbneIn vertised every respect and just as adf W y1 STALLIIBDOSV 1if SprIRfldd KyIIII i f the fact that a marriage wits to take place Mr Oaldwnll is a first cldss carpenter aniwiicdj workman who formerly lived aiit SbephPrdsville but for the lastl ftw months has been aJlesident this County The bride is i daughter of Mr John Grigsby a ltt leading ffa iner of the county and Iso lady of many accomll ishrnibts atd has a host of friends May ever joy be theirs NTICEBOBLITT DIEc JrMr Prat ice Galvln BOb rylDvisonjt i bar 16 in an a ffrav in the Wal on Hotel au accoun of which was given in our last issue died t 8 pm on 17th aflerih ger ingbetweeri life and dealh for 26t hours On the evening of the unfortunate affair he was taken tohis home after an examina on bad been made and hia case t as found to be hopeless Though the wound wa pain ul the you g man retained co- ncio1sns o the last and realb ed that his hours on earth were numbered and thojgh theE Cjtuse of his death was suddeo findIinga o gentle and peaceful 4as thi ojreaHze1hen as truly asi lace to tiles loved ones left bS inri He was oora near Maud in Washingtprij pDunty KyFebsruary 28 1883 and lived alllnistt fe in this an i Nelson county He receded hiij education in the public school and was always 1i popular witbr those who knew him Hewas the possessor of i ovli1 disposition which made im popular in a large circle of friends He was industrious and had in him the makings of a good business man His ubj imely death is much tn befe retek1 Funeral l services were conducted in the Met odist Church in this city on Friday 1past11jLI l1 t1talwast f t1t attended was evidence of thie esteem in which deceased was j Jield and regret for the unfor t tunate tragedy There was scarcely a dry eye during the funeral sericon After the con clusion of the seVvrces at the rt church the remains were taken r ellsooattended tbe burial and many beautiful floral tributes of af fection cov reUthe cnound Rove him PER 9N Mr and Mrs5 CarlisleI Clellan of Middlesboro are spendinff Thanksgiving Ot Uia home Mr JF Gregory tHon W D QIaybrobke was ajj Louisville on business Mr George E Medley Owensjboro is here this week Mr Win Bonta dfEarodsll burg was b Mpnday Dr George Leachnain Pf Lou iivIlle visited at Jrtue borne of- Mrt M G Mcbmaa hat week Rev Williams has gone to St Louls tq spend Thanksgiving T 1J1cpPtjJudy Mr Ei BPblitt of ardstoTrn raa here Friday to attend the funeral of iis nephew Prentice Boblitt Mrs Otho thas re iucuEd home after a visit to relativesl at Perryyille Mias Mtud Blytheof Mason Cii Iar arrived here Mond vI night to be the gut of Miss Sue Rav fcr two weeks Miss Josie Lee hat accepted a ppsifion with Grundy and MOm tire Miss Eleanor Dujcari is visit ing hsr sister MiB Lydia Jeu yinsin Cincinnai Oho Miss Cilie Simma has ac cepted a piSitlon with Can ningham and Duttcan during the oliday Misses Mey Lee and Nancy Simms are in Louisville this week Mrs p R Litsey is spending Thanksgiving in Louisville Mrs Lula Wycoff and daugb ter Maggie May of Mackville are spending a few days in tou Mrs Teresa Mudd and daugh er Flora are m Louisville this week Miss Grace Wells who assist ed Mra Mult can in the milliiery s during the fall months has returned to her home ville Ky Miss atI was quite popular here and made large number pfr friends Miss Mabel Prica visited Miss Lavinik OConnor Saturday and Suuaay Miss Mary Browne spent Sat urday And Sunday with Misses Liyiy and Viola Brownei Mr William Mayes of Salada atis the guest of his daugh ter Mrs J R Durham Mr Hood Cunninghc wbo is ill wih pneumonia fs imprpviug Mr dT Durham ndDrM W Hyatt returned from Martins ville Friday Rfty Logan who babe n con ducting a series f meetings at the Presbyterian church has re tuined to hi3home tat Somerset XLMrPJ Thorn as Is in Louis ville this week purchasing Christmas goodsv LWr Ed mond Lan e of Danville was here Saturdy Mr Dick Olarkson of Lebanon visited Mr an it Mrs Ben Hay dot V- Mr and Mrs Frank Peters re turned from an extensive bridal trip Monday Mr and Mrs J R Smith of Sundiytuis w e 1nAv I P u4rss of Pres byterian TiiaalMigteail Se4ninary of Lou svie is sponflipgtt few days here Mi9lMar j iiGJel1tt1ofLeba non is spend m Tfiauksgiyirig ttt1lc4 h9tnOt her brother Mr WLJMcOleUao Mrs Kaie Willianis and son Ccnnor are speeding Tbank giving m FiederickstowD i JohnI NJcElroywa fu ille Saturday jOill SO McGUl DasonAr pQdtngThanIsgiyjcr- at airfieldl aidRLitseyIsni Ifhugtl iing trip in Casey County this VeeU 1T1 NOtthOTOiaXpaYCFSIe 1 The Fiscal Court by lIts order made order made on Novemljjr 23 IS O9- Iit the bounty Treasurer of 1 1 Washington County to goqver the books of the Sheriff of Washington county Ky on December2 1909 and I add a penalty of 6 per centon all taxes then remaining unpaid which penalty must beCQllected ft the Sheriff By order of court this notice is published in the country paper- sBLUTSEV Co Ju- dgeiiIIjL J H n aiziiiii I a I IIIWEi ARE HICWING1c III feIland 1hJKalesrKu IIAL c 11jie Speciall Bargain in Suits and p afigoodcleanstuffancljtisaI l of them will go for HALF PRICE I Just opened up a big line qfviyai I1 WimMen Women and Children S The EobertsonClatoieif 0 e LINCORPORATED i y 1 4 4 iS f IIllnephew PrenticV Boblitt Notice All persoiIshavinti qlafms against the estate of Mary J Birch deceased will present same to me properly proven on or before Jan 1st 1909 also all ppr sons knpwipff themselves indebt Uland C Ul New Corn Mill Mr A 0 Kimball wishes to say that lie has opened a new corn mill at the Casey shop and iis ready at all times toaccomoJ date customers Corn ground while you wait CaH and see him J REPOROF THE CONDITION PF THE FIRS NATIQNAL ANK OF SPRINGFIELD At sprIngfield In the State of Ken tucky at the close Ot bp8lne5- sNovember20 1909 f No176 Loans and Discounts 28O336I Overdrafts aecured andun secured 1185961 tLS Bolide to iecure cirr 50t8000cutatioTn Jt3aukIng house furnLtur andflxthresL 4tXX00 Due front National banks not reserve agents 701991 DJjc from state and Bri vatc Banks and hankers Trust CowpJitiieg Widc 73046DueI cd nEenta j a 639167 Notes of other National V banksL 950OQ FractiOnal paper purjency nlckle8 ind6enta 0561 LAWFUL MONY RESttBVe IN BANEvi it tPecl a896240 1LegaHEnderno 9740 Redemption Innd with U Sr Treasurer 6 per cent of oIrc1atdn 2600 00 +r jlotal 38330113 tXCapital itoblt paid In 1 5000600- SurplnB ffund 3500000 Undivided profits less ex perleandtaxea pald 6754 7i National Bank not oat standing 60000oa- Dne to other National banks 49169 Due to State and Private I Banks and Bankers 23852 individual deposits subject to beak 11O84795I Time cqrtiflcates of deposit Notes and bilUredlscounted 360000 Bills payable including Cer tificates of Deposit cfoc money borro Wed 2700000 f lTotal J 38336113 STATE OFKESTOCKT couirrror wsn- ieros8s ri A C McElroy cashier of the above named bank do solemnly awrar that the above statement is true 10 the best of my knowledge and belief A C McEtROY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before Wt tbi3i 20th day gf November 1909c j3 Vl Mi McdHORD Notary Public CORBKCT AttOSVf H M GRUNDY DlrSctors D W CLAYflROOKFi The sale of the land in the case of Mrs Louise Mudd vs Mrs Josie Settles was made at the court house door Monday land Mrs Josie Settles became at8550 an acrethi purchaser TMt Merry Tramps i Opera HOU B Dec 4 iS i mnellr est lintq i L osS SllItSftfldt TI yiQvrcatse- vet hoynirij Sprirg r field from s i10 S28OO2 O C s and Ieiier I BARGAINS v Some for 6 d RESOURCES r BLLITSI1 r r Ir DRINK t iOr it + FFNTY aa J TrVeDrinR Int thelpsY0l11lhi i i4 The Drink of the Fin Rich IW- t r m 5ItLOirGj k1Sa ILis Go df ZI FA TAZ The h tjf J c jFATAZTheIilte-x TRY IT AND FJOOTp OtJqP t SpikIiiigExhIdathig at ti Katiellertlien lres iCLESS SODA OfJN1A Hr344 O +1 TiJPAEPSucctMor toWlwirtoe JkT LEADING LIVEYMA Y J SSyt Horses fed nd property cared Jton rfi-ss sesf buggies crrJxesii4Mijer reflchire Safe driving horses and r6lJliirany vid all ocasi onsoi hre SL i l iTroressor nersunior nuuntrims inat HIP lendlnti tValt among uiuderu ualtit ors Is no longer ton of their alrt Jbit pride at the lpHce paid for their pb tures 1 In Egypt the ttelephoneopewtow art all men aqd they are required to W export llngnl ts spealring XafHih French Italian modern Ureek tHfl AwLle I If the number of peopNdtr eaitis Ing rxjridoh wore to be db xitclMti f torn any given station by ralh ITtnilnd each onreUig perM ML would be required Beoruse of the scareUy of f00l ta Muultobii the farmers are welconilbf till luvcutiuii ot a Winnipeg man who mnnufiietnrvs fuuiIostst of stawp A Inm wIth a pnemie fllllng- fjie dirt lu iiierlinp grain lIpfteil iibVuaU seldom uinountsto Sqrc t batev PIT teutlu vniin from Cauiastai INtrlcfs the foreign snljatanqes ohss ninouiit to 10 or lit per xrnr flip OberauinjergiM 1awilon 1p1s7J I vslll lie given upst vtar rtn May J1 urSepi 211ami Ilic burjwnmsUrlMMi iKxued a tuilce reniUidlnx thv twik tlNttI tliey muisj f iiutt let lUVIr hair gM r 1ttg BactBrat iR now problhlti jnlin Iii lhrlvale fl4II4IL W 1 Sikasfeot tl t tfznr 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pth Hen twad tte host door er akc riMtlly =Ma a tte south breeae that t tt yatd Oa thE e ood door a door kd Io4tteIeaer start tM5iii Iatloti o- tt I t 1Je1 t M1I atretcbed away i cJ and to the right J t a loft bpen doiea ge gtlMp llito T tattooed raMria fabrtly lllwDlaated wMl MMdkt placfd there by the auc i mJ i rkod la aid owt of the rMpMyanrd Jt1tcleeaylC fnraltwre c t1h7 bwte ot the capdlwi Up Main the Eaadka were Ifckerltig 1 dMipq1Nt there WM a chill in i Sh MI1tIa b4rooi All If fl1- mifl o wIodOIisa1I the windows w1 c jr 1aap4 barred s Oa0 ofla t apiip be turned the 1 rra b as8tef in tbe front dtor with sa Myo4aa ary rnb of relief The est I WiacM a atfMrate eatrauce M was i I Ji1th tOttte konee 4aeshod daor A days work by f fetk JLaaa irevU make the ylng very 7 JMMtaM for MarniHl hIs bachelor be 4 uiirta JCtieBfaer didnt want a tdQteftndcwsbtuy women place 3ctc r iIbTf fhMe wMha before he heard thtI i glatfteff heat It WM the 21st of Sop Y r t 4Qjber Hpd the equinoctial gale vvas i f vlMifktar tbe e1d botue to Its very bun frVefteller bad gone to bed 7ft lrt eowld lJ a eep Uiie wind L i laiadBowa tbe wide chimney and ttad jmMmd the windows The li roqboothigrIn drowaed nJlKonnd t nro tlMMWbMtittf wind There were 4 0ifcia aowMbt beyeud the WntlH and MiiffH to thinking of the ghost P1 y ttlioa tNt the wind fan N1 v ajoalh aM ibe rain fell a or lightr L PPi i neP caine the evhoitig jr i4Tw i1 N lttOtotiCHd btUm I U Majjiti nir a afeve thread ef mel ira a Wiaiaai yoke tbea the rain 7iaxa U8Mat aDd Itt 5i H Kbenezeriottc o J Ll1i fplred to Irtj the iHtfiMlIng Khtwt if possible mitt w tb uext day whf u a VNtferjr w u reiMfemllitbe hoW ic little bxar intmty be 1bbwt it lottery aad 17 wrifd tbt 6Qtw tIM Wd Jut thee of the hee- TM kotsc mitttd1y Mfl- dfod iW Mttlty h bad IXHitht to1Itrttppfr ongti neser d iMt Ooitthei4uut which alood jast C0lflt1l tr had fcit ft lunuy years g6 wfth a yeff wed Wt JJtft a kr upon the rack JfV scfrrrfed thro j5ii the rooms wltk a balfrealiaattoii that souio slender jiplrH was fllltlH tjirongh th nxifnf aWyfrQw his ctfntitmlnntiug i rppi tlet A few weeks Hfterward Then ciUuf another atoru qfint1 and r4lnnd nla W liparfl tiie hrstiy muste rNpzrr lisU n twinge of the rheutiM nt i t htnnll lie very Irritably riifati iue wall with liiH cano The vrvSu 8lopi ed abruptly Anti he did jjut ar It iigHln although there were manystorms that fnlU- O fr Winter trvenlnjr when jthe old ituico was wrnpped In n bLindIng sirnw llltWIM t Tb0nezer mole from his iirstdj 4eqi with every muscle n hlng and SritwlH with pain JUienfnatisiu held bw a c ptheIIfor hours lie groaned dtenwlly conscious that the tire in his Hlr tfeht Ktove was nearly out nt a H e whfen he needed heat There was to Ministering hiiud to apply hot lion r aefslQ his swollen joints nod musefes orto allay his jorture with soothing jialmentft 1 4Kg thea that tthe glioft clime MakJtlIa tlaie witu groping tlugers IIfetIte sealed door It knocked gen tly and spoke to him in faint fright bed wwlapers X JSbawair shouted Ebenezer wrath fiiily uGo away maam it nllif IHoptr that you should be JoUring around reUoJmu say There was a silence and presently Ebenteers thick grizzled hair stood almost upright qu Lila head Ghostly footsteps sounded In the rOOms over his head nud softly tap tap tap down M narrow staircase that opened into bfa bedroom The lamp beside his bed gave forth a cheering light and Ebeuezer Pollock thoroughly frightened for tbe tirst tllM lnbls11te witched with fascl Bated eyes the slowly opealug door at the foot of his touch Tall aud slender and pale she stood before Itlm at last her tender blue eyes filled with pitying teursVcrbaps she was forty years od hut the heir framing her delicate face made her appear much younger 1 could not bear to bear you nfn las with pain all alone My husband wed to have rheumatism before he died and I know Just what to do shi said In a low tone itaam gasped Ebenezer Maarol He watched her slender figure as iit flitted to and fro about his rooms Sue mended the tlfeandsJon Its heerlngarmtbbrongbt relief tQ his aching limbs She heated water end flannel cloths and applied soothing iin luaents with veryhuman fingers Whim the llnesi of suffering bad reo axed and Ebenezers face still sought ere quesftioningly she sat down Ida ow chair and spoke somewhat sidly Tm Mrs Stone Cornelia Elmsbury tSat was Ive been living here four yearsI Heretnths house Howd fnanded benezer doubtfjilly In the big back attic saldCornella with A little smile It looks out on the tall chestnut woods you know and the short chimney comes out there Grandfather left the cellar full of coal and wood rye got it real comfortable up there and on strmy nights yd come down in the dark and play on my piano till you drove me away Ji used to walk over to Belton m dark Qvenlngs and get all my gro4 series itnd things It was hard work but It was heaven to me to gets home again after nfl I went through Shei broke Into sobsJWhat made you hide What did fom do it for asked Ebenezer xcItJ dly lettaJlttle uMy husband was poor He diediand insurance moneygust enough to buy my food and not enough to pay rent My eyesight is so poor I aanot work and so T thought I wouldJ some back here I beard the place was hut up and it was any own by rights knew Id be driven out if any oneI knew I was here You j oprJIHIe thing blurted Ebq aezer pityingly Stay here Just as Ion g as you like There was a long silence after that while belittle wld 3W cried happily before the fire Ebe aeaeV was thinking rapidly It you aver go away maatn he said with i jjreat blush 9li go after you and bring you back here and He paused It happened that one daytbe ghost ieserted the Elmsbury house and Ebe aezer kept hIs word und went after her and brought her back a bride to het old home His Little Joke AB enterprising PPhiladelphia restau rant proprietor hung out a large black board sign one day with the following announcement You Cant Beat Ojir 15 Cent DIpners This sign proved to be a good draw Ing card until a yomng man of humor ous turn of mind came uloug The lat ter seeing the slgiu stopped and utter KcrutiniziiJff it closely sullied oueof those smiles which bode iio one any good He Waited until none of fhe employees was watching and taking out his handkerchief lie erased the letter aqa from the word beat The transformation was complete nnd It was not until a crowd had col lected that tbe proprletqr of the rca taurant dlfcove d wily there was hrger crowd outside than jnfde Dcscribsd j Pa what Is Jnennt bin nervous wreck nervoiwtwreck my boy is some tklng that a woman oysstil every time trePes she gets a headache Detroit h 4wayIQf Cost Advic ut Plato Ptoo MD ffol mid Stir tit3 larg sod oatseataad MIjot Frsck Cot bisdng for 31 stampsiIIIIIoo if Ihis ei Wy vItwore sold in cloth 54 m r 1 SUI Msscwacs oat sat a half aiWo copies01Ovs Aw readyIbs till Address WoazsDi 1vt NYIzcEa PAyoRrr PZEczjpiIO tITrwaoas psoaIa goif s mt oo lee siJ wrapper lie t fte If Mif Sat aJMsrooM r NIIie 4 L f SCROFULA + Scrofula dUBgure and tuaM fifeJong nattery CkiUreu Become stronf and Italy when fiven matt dotes of ScetrIEmHlsion frreryday The starred body U fed theiwoflcn fUncU heeledj and the tainted blood vitalized Good food frefh air and Scotts Emulthn con goer scrofula and many other blood diseaseaRS- AZEBYAZIRUGGISTSJf BealGc naQipap raad this ad for ear Beautiful Sayings Bank and Childs SketckBook gach bank coatatea a Good IcJc Pen y IcOTT BOfrNC4 fr PIJtMII CANINE JUSTICE EsKim pegs leein to Have Laws e Their Own In his voyage of polar exploration Commander Fin a observed among hie dogS a sort ot government quite independent of that of their keepers They were of the Eskimo variety und were trained Uo work in teams In then general conduct however tney actedL usa conrmiinlty and thelrrleshitd reference to tbe common good There was no penallyJes than that of death During the per od of darkness we lost elghtfdogs 1hree of them splen did large aulmuls wire killed by their companions The dther live elftier wandered off on the young Ice and weru blown away or were killed by the pack at a distnuqe from camp Every dog was known by name It Is a curious tact that when one dog hash antagonized the piers thn oulywaytto Sue him from destruction later on in to bain him Then the other dons let him alone Unfortunately for us the dogs that seemed to in cur the enmity of their feljows were the large strong animals the bullies and fighters There seemed to be a degree of Jus tide In nbelr Judgmonts Kroui close observation fpuiid lint the dogs gen erally forgave a bite on the head or body but that an attack on the legs rOUIPltlYfaDdU CompanIoni VIRTUE IN SMOKING One Man Who Now Has an Argument Handy For His Wife The wife of n1 TOpeka jnnn objects strenuously because ber husband is a confirmed smoker He Is never happy without a cigar or a pipe The other mornIng she gave lilm aifeu dollar bill and told him to buy severAl things for lirr tie pushed the Bill Into Ills coat pocket and rushed out of the house to catch a car He found that he had to wait a few minutes at the corner for the curs were oft schedule that morning aud then he iwoeeededto light u cigar Bui he fouud no matches all of his pock ets were bare of them Suddenly he happened to think that he also rmlssod the ten dollar bill A hurried Search disclosed that it watt gone He turned right about and retraced his steps Just as lie got In tout ol his home be happened to look IntOjth street and therewas that ten nile bling around In the wind His wife saw him go and pick it uPImid shed niauded an explanation He promptly told her how looking for a mutch had caused him to discover that he bad lost tlie bill Now tell me there lsiitany virtue In smoking he snorted as he puffed out his1 chest Kansas City Journal Where Women Do All the Work The smalfest dependency of France Is the lie dHoedle situated at theeust of Belle Isle ltH opualion is 200 They doucjt speak brwuclu except the ctjre and tjie sehoolniaster but Celtic and they nje JrUVidild with rood ut uu inn managed by tbe women FishIng is the principal industry The profit are sharedoUt each year among the Inhabitants The men llverou soup and fish anti smoke plpe With lobster claws for stems The women do all the hnrd work get In the harvest look out for wreckage nud gather seaweed fromVhlch they extract sodn The town bus no streets The houses are of mud The Inlanders have u yearly fenst li the early purtof October Tile Island possesses n gOd water supply The governing body Is composed Pt the ten jindemx of the place under thdt direction of the lure L 1 TIe Villains Teeth jlhe WO sets of falsu teeth looked JUst fillkf tint unevi postt 4ll more ttian tthe oilier rhere is lot oi exirn vojk oil those expenslvt teetli sivld the dentist They are simile for mn aitor vhj itlwnys plays the part of heivy ylllum m nieiodrania nnd lie bus to linvv teeth that lie can llhM wit ft experm etiied on three dll forent sels ui teeth before gel tin foinljiinifnii Soinebow me nice even leelli That usuiHy turn out wouidti t pjtriult the Kimijiuti sssses mat lit deals in lo Ctralhe vltliNUtiicleut veiit om You wouldnt belle now nuuli tinkering It takes to ifek uHlli into tfhiipe for the sdeatns and oira blocdv to oriid just rIght or nJltllut people j ever iimjUe it eti for lIla heavy stage villain is lumtest to titNevct YorkUress rTact l am sorry to have tottell you so looldugtsltorI ever wilt be president of thy United Suites Still be failed tq secure their aitidl vlded attention lint lyoUIIeup to yotfr oppor tuulties he went on eying them keenly some bright boy In tills nudl enee may becotuen great bambal pitcher or the worlds rhamplon bats lilac instantly every boy sat up straight jtud boinin to litenChedgo Tribune s I FLOTSAM AND JETSAM Felts Hats In Charming lllwipW M- lihoLl1bthe Made lfat Ari SmrtjM fpr made jinfe bylW that preKsHd huts will taguSuttJt of tiiev tww pressed shapes nrjv fill cliiutiuk mid they are to he found in tire sUertlrud siIkiCStOr Frj nrh felts In All tbeiww shadiar1 TJlfr greeiir particularly lfpVeljr ItilJbnn velvet and sliver tinsell repw a together the edges and used as tine ribbon to form a great Alsatian fllWOtJ n black beaver hut f I Feather ponipqus are very much ised and are tt shunning trimming fur y v QIBLISn FROCK IN CHECKED WOOL close fitting small shaped They are of ostrich and inn peculiar composi tion that looks like marabou and coqu- CFroelthat are made In the semi princess style and give the cuirass ef feet make an Important feature of the season The gown in the cut lIis of this silk JUD1C CHOLLET This May Manton pattern comes fQf irIs fourteen and sixteen years of age Send cepts to this office giving num jer and It will be promptly for warded to you by jnalL It In haste send a additional two cent stamp tyr letter postage which insures more prompt de livery i t fASHION FORECAST Velvet Walking Costumes For Winter Stunning Bugle Bands For Hats The princess walking costume In vel vet and COldr y is promised an ex tended ypgtu ukiring the coming win ter Bugle bam on bats are far newer than the m jv fanciful spangled or Jet ted trimmlnxx that have been used to such un estiat This band ia all in one color and hay be simple or intrjr rate In design as the nature of the hat demands Tassels dangle from opera bags fans chains and scarfs wblcji milady wears to receptions and dancps A beautiful gauze rose handembrold ered in buttonhole stitch with behvy A TAL SUIT ellk floss 11 a millinery novcltjv Vell volt narcissi and sprays of wbeatand silk and velvet oVchtds ale naw and pretty Young girls ore wearing great many rough fitiished cloths this season nnd the yjitt i rhtt fit Is of ralslp coj- ored hop Mcktiij with u collar of vql nit Tin1 ame model coukV oe used for almost aiiy misuiinble inal rill JUDIU cnorLBT These May Manlon patterns come Ja slxegitpr GIrls fourteen anti sixteen yeajs gll1nlClWanil they win be proniptly foiwardl nlMIUonvhlch Insures moro prompt delltery GentlemanIIil defin IInrillIu8nelliefhooksppor Wilt en loxe wltlinut scjueulingw and who nib win without brjipglhj who Ionsldenne or woiiien ehir dren tfeud pld people who Isf lee brave to liE too geciernns m cheat nnd who takes inn sbtire of thy world and lets other people hove ttPeiiJ4esv York Sim iU Wan Wise eerttJointlHliilvt man tine voiiid exect her tto ddinlrcv kpqw but i1r UwnYK nndn li2k HonvJjijr It wlien site happeUed7fl hni3UMtClilntgo Ht irdHernlrt lonimxs Qutttion Toinnyin wfien t lnglW bfljught It tiMSl tto lit hiUaijdoestt It r lntmtrhntv6l jl gocs to the cellar I WIly Suiter 4i Oti8aDaaol1ro1MnWDomour mfd o to your drugg1t andgets bottle of Wine of Owrdui On the wrapper re Mdfrectiona for U8During the last hall century Cardm JWJ been remedyformdn ded1ECARDU It Will Help You JM IlttJ111 Bragg of Sweetser Ini tried Ctr ntBMwrite ffrJonpe ctinot tell hoir mtidi Ctrduihii meBfday work I i91OUqic1DlIIAT HJK DRUG 8TOEW L HUMOR OF THE HOUR Reward of Honesty He wAs a conscientious office boy and lie had always been taught to em lWashlngtonnn Lt IBoss he said timidly as the noon hour approached I want to git off this afternoon iOb you do eh2 sakTtbe old broker peering over his glasses Yes sir and I havent any grand mothers Well youre an exception indeed r And Im not sickU Extraordinary Very extraordr nary v Iact sir I want to get off to go and see the ball game The old brokers face bflght6ned4 Well WHIe I must say that yon mctrIl Yes and dome to think of It want to seathat jrame myself 1 was butIsuchnnbouerttOO t In safer hands rIt will tnkp some time for mo to get back so you will stay an hour or so later So long Willie Thpre Is nothing like being honestII When J come back IU tell seUreChlcngo News Couldpt Tell Well wqll Neighbor Weaver I sri31 as how yeVc gatnnew hired mat i over to your place remarked Uncle Charlie gedver as he leaned over the pasture fence and accepted a chew j IpoDell his friends heart case tobacco U1Q1wnyi lame1 hub ding busted I know whether the cus s lame er not ejaculated Mr Weaver expectorating Into the pigweed beside the fence To tell ye the truth Neighbor Seaverv I never IIcouldbe lamp In the nigh leg as ye say4 b I tlguess well nerer know the truth HnbfPuck t Pleniyof Covering Dont you lied It Inconvenient sleep lug out of doors1 asked the womhu In the wayside cottageI Ah no mum responded Optimist lea Oscar tipping his crownless hat I generally choose n flower bed and like as not Ill have sheets of rain with blankets of fog and all the corm forts of h rpeSt Louis Republic Cheap Substitute imdelife Pete Persimmons What am no meat about him Sam Sunflower Why when his daughter was married instead at throwing rice he threw homldySt Paul Pioneer Press Thc Widow Viewof It itrixtfln1 in wily oiit o sliai- tnivtr marry loved iiArl uimet umt ln liuuh t fool of ni The Vldot jUllMip oliiiHl otlwr PrtYiIIuit lusting linprfssliin phe seems to huvc inrtdeiiliistn Ud flits J f Pleasant Rohear al fO all In 1Inlr1 Tkiisuis HiTt KHier Tnille ill HeYer Sisp ct R How To Tlad Out jFill a bottle or comnion glass witlt your ater and let it stand twentyfour hours j unhealthy con dition ofthc kid y neys if it stains your linen it fc evidence of k1c1 toqfrequent oiaiidi rf s in the back ijjj also convincing proof that the kidney cld bladder are ojat of order Wfakt To Do There is comfort m the knowledge sc often Dr Ktlraertf expressedjthat kidney remedy fulfills rheunlatisin pam in the back kidns liver btnddv and every part of the urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it or bad iffecls following use of liquor wine of beer and overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity of being compelled to go ofte daring the day and to get np man times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highestJ fur its wonderluteures of tire l1tedicin11ousl10uldihnve gists in fiftyrcent r You may have a sample bottle Onda rxk that tells all tZlPZ aboqtitbothsehtfree by mail Address Dr Kilmer Cot Ding liaraton NY WhenfouPRNLwriting mention this paper and dont rake any riiistake hut rcmembr tile uanie Dr Kilmers SwampRoot ajl tiie address Binghamton NCr f WASHING DISHES IOnly One Time In a man Life When She It We never knew but one woman who professed that she liked to wash dish hiIsoap dlsbWater The only time we wish We were a mauls after a bctrtdfmer when he can enjoy a sletii or dhs use the pa pers while we must attend to the in i evituljle dishes j Can any obe wonder that girls get dIshJi times a day for the 3 consecutive of it ye gods jmd tear yonr 1duys and weep for the MH ofour sis eryIJ upon the kitchen table without u chair tbtiCIIaSrundsautnIwe tire older and have It to dOlrlWI1CU the soup tureen wouldnot bold e tears we shed rlltHow we have druuldoer the blue t pictures on the old fashioned dishes pictures of Impossible temples and cas ties built iq unhealthy proximity to clear lakes and hi girlish fanfcy wan dered to unhearditt lauds to dwell In j those castles In the air wtHblngIMatilda what are you doing with ofIhouse knows that Till Is jAllibe over tin dishpan again anti not permitted lit our active Ibobsehold which wsCoudHId on the whoop her up system 1When we see lathes going mud over ceramics we wonder It they tjenecj 11ttheft uppfeutlceship iwllshlugtablcfuls f of chlnaNew York Weekly A DREAM CAT Repeated Appearance Premonitory 0IIDiseaset Some years ago early In the sum tfier say II Addlugton Bruce In Success Magazine I dreamed that while ouj taking a walk was ittd4 denly attacked by a huge cat which clawed ferociously at my throat That was all tbpre was to the dream orut any rate that was Oil I remembered on awakening Ju the morning and natu pilly enough I dismissed It from my mind as nothing but u dream But when II found myself dreaming the same dream again and again II be gnu to wonder what significance it would possibly have Usually 1J varied greatly In minor detail Always how ever the climax wns the same the cat hind me by the throat and was bit lug and scratching vlciuuHly Alto gether I dreamed this dnjam not lens than u scoreof times In six mouths Shortly before Christmas tQOk a cold which settled fn my throat af fecting it so badLy as to require the attention of ia specialist Much to my astonishment It was then dIscovered that n growth bad been developing for some time and that an Immediate oper ation was necessary Several weeks later the operation having been perf otmed successfully It suddenly occurred to we that I was no longer being troubled by the phantom cat For the first time the meaning of singular dream dawned upon me It bad been a genuine premonitory I1r Consciously bad Seen In ut 1tbe Ignorance ot the dangerous growth my throat It had not progressed enough to give meiany palnorevep to caule discomfort At the saute time the organlc changes It Involved bad produced sensations plainly felt by what psychologists call the subcon scions nnd manifesting through tIne t rformi No Port In a SUrm v 1The most dangerous Of all pa when a thnnderRtorni rages Is probo bly a powder hqtise eoUKequefitly it Is rule In explosive works that nit thy workers Nluill reave lwll huu tnttine iii imauh of a thuudersiohit So far nil Is well But very often when the thunderstorm has passed and tIll men return and open tire cake presses severe explosions have occurred Thi reason of these accidents Is that In thef process of manufacture btack powder Is platfed In tbe on lie presses In alter note layers of powder rind ebonite This acts ns an elect rk pile just like the pile of coppers nod disks of zinc with which boys amuse ihenmelyes When the pile Is disturbed tic dee trlclty sparks nod up go bhltdiu workers and all lwidon riswers- Fsmll Connection ala Moet Uelves we art relntrdlii nwdjr By marriage tYtcIr first wifes t third husiMinil IIS married to his lita uItlINts bands fourth partneri lii nijitrimotiy Chicago itecord Herald iII tJealotiay Xfnys new hat is perfectly hide pus jLItyouffe af ways Kayiug iiipethrngsttboMt liny IbUadelphla Ledger Clever turn are gootf hue they are lot th6 ieitt OarjyiK Ljjr t r dieS i JfIjti Mii f J jjj4It t4 f fait4JI n tfc jpj jjt UV tfL d gl r YJ f Jc 2rtllctt47 l iIiIJ Why shouldnt Maryea ji good time now arid thai 1titht1bJ 2 friends Johnsvamii6iriRrillb0i j j1well cooked siiice a Mo fcrt Ott 1 Cooker is in the house if will be ju at hixrand tteaminog Mary paid nothing for theQxAcr t she saved coupons out off f MoThrr r and other Mothers Cereals and secured a 375Chrthr 2r free She savesSOofhet fuel bills sli haidly binto the kitchen at all and she jiat forced io beadall afte i dyer a hot stove fshe arises an Jioor later thuLaadr1eit i lave to rush downstairs to prepare Mothers O tfiorbr f Fi the couPon are found in iMothses Oats aJ fsm Mea w PI DMethts Coca Mel wWsr yellow Mthra Met WHat Hoods the srs el OSaIthe wheat Msses ow FaWs ItMothers H8MieyGriY Thor MMkea Cara FklfM toots Ask Yotr grocer to ten you haw toe aMothers Oats Vii J Cooker free lf he doesnt keep Mothers Gefeal vs u JItoday gig his aame and yours and well tell you all a6wt 3 the wee Fireless Cooker aad seed you a iitefui sb ireTHE GREAT WESTERN CEREAL COMPANY IOPsaAuo MOM MILLS S iiwXRON EOTON NEW HAVEN hEW yoqic FHIUMIHMa i4ST LCX TrFPmslKJltGM f Dii You Want Ti 1JtI A FARM fi We Ifje1fq0I1 any size aafsip r price We are reyat times k Iio iiand see us About 4 tt 100 FARMStJf in our Lana See partial Iwt beItrZ 7 aT It Sf iNo 1 160 acres 5 miIesrpLabania sue ri gAaWt room dwelliag1 in good repair 3 barns plenty of grass ftartjr isji vatezYat1 ufidergoodfence Price 5000 per acre t yjfri ll igdwellingqtmse jie ty dgra s plenty of never failing prater all wader sjasl feat J No3 J95 acres 1 mile fromSpringfield 2 dweUk biu 3 jdwelling houses 2 barns plenty of water all of itra Iill gni ilia under gOod fence Price S55 per acre No4 86 12 tcrei ljaiteeast of MickyiHe 8 room 7fc M good tobacco barn all outbuildings Jute orchard of IWI tree kinds of fruitf all under good fece plenty of waiir JIeaty of c grass Price 3500 jrNoi 5 138 acres 7 raileifron Spdof leld 11 mlt from a 5 room dwelling in good repair 10 acre toacei bant JHBW fM e of timber good stock bam all tbe farm will raise fabsiici Prtct 345 per acre l No 6120 acres 7 room dwelliaci 12 acre triiro Men S stock barn 100 acres fine river bottom Iaa4 20 acre o4 iip iai all tunder good fence no overiow lui Prtce D JiHKn No 7 200 acres oa good pike brfckdwelli tot3 tobacco barns fine tobacco 1ad at hut o ebalf at tfca lamland Price tOper acre i No8 12 acres 1 nUe f wa SprinceM 9iDjRadwelling in good repair good bart aUuli4iCrpga 1Mt porof fruit plenty of water Price HS4W 4 No9 J50 acres Mil frcHB pike oocooyro4 1 ttt In Loretto 7 roomdwelliaf la good repair all pb trfijai Is ill in grass ezceptlf acres fteaty ot water tetafiiMftnMi fwil route flne8toctbarH 60ft tr petttT of 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