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F ii 1 U JJ t srAaLMZJ MII I INf3 I r1 itikW 1Ei X M347 SPRINGFIELDWASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY DECEMBER 1909r p- tu L t JJot t oIIj W F TlifYr PRACTICALr IENTIsTocc ever HZYO k1rber- 4k ldNSiital wockratrsssoinblepribes mwork fiftarantssd PRINGFILD KY F OttR BWECTORY i tI Dttf-W IiMg4 CoUt51 auIiOIItII I Mt e itexitOR s mites from 1J1M 1as z bcI 041 XI u YfHltut 5 aM gr1tettnr1 4yWJ s trpk ai14 telepHH i eH hvU1ilitet irant PotHt1aUoa170Q0poJHl1ati of IHttyL5SfIttlyt in CoJre HOIi I 1ekMOll1IartI1t8WB XTt- o 4 JUfrMtvtetlj U KwUcky Le jfl nr a Hoe W C McChord ictatIye l1state5eateHN QlT Jarvit CaelIgvlk Kr Lr utyDIrS CIJtCUIT COURT It Circuit Comet beI e the famrth i 1 ybiJH May 4Octo S br I H Tkraa Judge jt 14 Durtwtm CowealtJa At yIBot A Noei Cl rk G ietcMa4irCe- kJt t QUAJtTlSRV lOtJT fr v Q art l3rC5o IkSW oa tke third f V dayi eac1a t1i 14LUHT 3adraI f OUXTYOUJlTI oat Quut teet1 thefjmrth ifeater U eeh wth L LLitaeJuge 8TF Booker eoaty Clerk vl Ti Mayes Co ntyAttoniey j G oce Catlett Jailer 4S1diey Otboorxe SkerUF t tIiH Dick JsIWa brtddIea t Jepaue 41 Masters JutnT Koote Commtyi Bmrreyoj q rJf POBryamAss t or jW T Jlitcheli Deputy Robert No Trasarer 3 Moatgo y Oooicr j W Hah Bapt of CpsI ehopla POSprlngfleld r K3ITV COURT 1 Jumex R Noe Police Jadge l John 3raceMar8hal Jw F Grfgab1 City Attorney it JDSTICE COURT kt jRtiie Courts are held is Ja mary April and October Church DlrttIy r J uTRoDISTCHIJRCR SRev G S King Pastor Ser ces every Sfcuday 11 am aai pm- t Sumday School every Sunday t1tJaa p Prayer mttHng etery VedMetdaj ai ktl I 5 CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev P F BeJ1seHJ tor Set V ices Pvy SadaYatlaad 10 oclock i V a m SVerTic i at St Row M ic hornrt I taUS YTlraU1fOBURCB- c I Rtyn E C Tawson Pastor PrMchinr eT ryS0 dayatnll am imiA7ipM Sedsy tchooLetery I rlS5rfaJ attO aBI Prayer jeeetlB yryTkKrMY oveBlBr at 7 oclock l i BAPTIST CHURCH A Rev WaHaniIbBWUliam Pa tOf kil1r every Ssay at 181 k iire 4 pa Sunday School ever k yat930 a a Prayer weeUng Ytry llcrtl1il1at145 eckck k i iOHBISTIiU CHURQH 4 I Rev VVF Wolf Pastor iir ices ffrtd4 fourth Sunday Sunday t virtti tanlt k 4e 4rIFrstri1 Ordsri- =iflASomctoDGX Spriiigfleld lodge to Ne SQ ettIrt amd thin Moxida f l i4PCIIilI rneWaIIistoE R A Chapter No 57 jBtttriVfty Hcoxel tdloutth Mon day i iSftlujrleW CenEcIl ko f2 ibttu o 11 dnrvt nkK4itJ f l A aIr mYenniftiI i WE IIMtalEEl weiMIEKEBY r 101 TN ONIUUmI vIn issiic MITSIS uv uea YMJ fJRIrw LIitaouut c R w ur w 17 J i THE NEWS=ci3ADER = 1 i r m I T Th Tp ciriI1 j The telephone girl sits still in her chair and listens ti voices from everywhere she hears 11111 Ithe gossip she hears till the news she knows who is happy and who has the blues bell i knows all our sorrows she knows all our joys she kn sljji ever girl who is chasing boys She knows of our troub 1les she knows of our strife she j knows every man who talks t manto his wife She knows every time we aieout with the boys she heirs the excuses clifellow employs sbe knows jt Tfry woman tat has a dark past she knows every man who iis inclined to be fast In faets theres a secret beneath each saucy curl of the quiet demure looking telephone girl If tnet telephone girl would tell all she knows it would tuinhalloura friends into bitteiest foe She could sow a small windOw bich would soon be a gale engulf us l in trouble and land us in jail She could let go a story which gaining in force would cause half our wives to sue for diyprce Sfie could get all our churches mixdup Ins fight md turn allW our days into sorrowing night inp fact she could keep the whole world in a stew if she told a tenth part of the things that she knew 0 brother doesnt It make your head whirl when vou think what you owe Ito the tele phone girl F Exchange RfcK Mens Gifts are Pfor beside thiscaI want to go on record as sayiNg that J regard Electric Bit tersas one of tbb greatest SIftS that God has totwoman writes Mrs t4OY I can never forget what it has done for me fThis glorious med cine gives a woman buoyant spirits yigorofbjftdy ndiabllant health It quickly cures Nervu nta l ol ness Melancholy Headache Backache Fainting and Dizzy Spells soon builds up the weak ailing and sickly i Try them 0c at Haydon Robert son J1 Entertainment At St Mary On December 8th the students of St Mryg college will give their annual entertainment inlj their hall with a comedy in three acts entitled What TheyDidC For Murphy The prices of admission will be general ad mission 25 cents reserved seatsab 5 cunts New Opera chairsc have been installed in die hall whIch makes it a convenient and pretty place of entertainment Marion Oounty leader The next time one of thd children i catch cold give it something that will promptly and freely but gentlr move the bowels In that way the cold wille at once be driven from the system Kesnedrs Laxative Cough syrup moves the boWels promptly and free I ly but gently and at the same time heali irritation and stops the cough tis especially good for children Sold by Red Croaa Pharmacy Child Burns to Death As the result of a distressing l accident on the farm cf Allan end Haryey McElroy six miles north of tbisclty Bettie Deer tog the fifteen year old daughter of John Peering was so badly burned that she died of her in juries at an early hour Saturday morning Following the accident everything possible wag done for the unfortunate girl but the two physicians who were summoned cjuld only alleviate her sufferings until she succumb ed thirtysix bour l later The j funerall services were held Saturday afternoon and the burial took place in the grave yard ad journing St Ivos church near dimms Mr Deering is employ ectby the lesors McElroy and with his larnijy resides on the placSIn reaching for a camphor bottle on the mantle the clgtb lag of the girl became ignited from hi open grate Tnere j wns HO otis in the roomexcept lag bsrself at the time and her fEt thought wan to rehheir jjBottier who was iii the yardi tp 4i UHoe a war Witti herl drea in tomes she ran through i we bocuM out into theyard fcM ig br daughter envelopes IrS i a Mrs Dssrinf ran to her MftMfeactjjlLi the same timfe Mjan jrte fcerhwHwd who 111 was at work in i aeldquitea otgLingby tier mother butt she had sb ready been fearfuly burned about he body She wascar ried into the house and two physicians hurriedly summoned Upon their arrival they found that the girl bad received fatal l injuries and sought toease her sufferings as much as possible Mrs Deerings hands were pain fully burped in extinguishing the flame but the injuries are not of a serious nature The fearful accident came as a crushing bow to the parents of the girl and their grief was piti able They havSthe sympathy of the people generally in their Lebanon Enterprise Alone Ins Mill attlidnight- unminful of dampness draft the storms or cold W J Atkins worke- dasnfght watchman at Banner RprihgsTenn Such exposure gave him a severe cold that settled on his 1Inng8work He tiled many remedieBbut all failed uutil he used Or Kings 1Iwork as well sever Severe cojds stubborn coughs inflamed throats and lungs Hemorrhages Croup and- hooping tough get quick relief and cure from this glorious medi icine SO and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Haydon Robertsong Bleached FlourSeized Washington Nov 24Open fbleachedIHour to heed the governments warning to cease the manufact ure of that article of food on pain of its being seized has led Secretary of Agriculture Wilson o issue an order to inspectors of the department of ogriculture to seize all of the bleached flour in the country IpformatiQn has been received that as a result of the t8 fo rttCJlCQ ffin ments of bleached flour romprls ing several hundred carloads were seized in the West yester day Further eizures were expected today f CatarrH Cannot be Cured with local applications as they canInot reach the seat of the disease at trh is a blood or constitutional isease and in order to cure it yont must take internal remedies Halls- atarrbCure is taken internally and aetskdire tly op the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not quack medicine It was prescribed y one of the best physicians in the- ountry for years and isa regular prescription It is composed of the best tonics known combined with the be blood purifiers acting directly on themucous surfaces The perfect combination the two ingredients is what p oducec such woMerfulresuJt in curing catarrh Send for testi monials free J J CHENEY co Props TolI doO j Sold by Druggists price 7Sc Take Halls Family Pills for consti pation School LAW The new school law to go in to effect next March requires a public high school to be estab fished in every county at the county seat This county will have to make arrangements to comply with the law Our pres ent public school is not of heI high school grade and plans will have to be made to brng it np tothat grade or suitable ar rangements obtained elsewhere to conform with the law State Superintendent of Pnblic Ir stauctidn IT G Crabbe has just received from Attorney General James Bra thitt an opinion con struing tbo law on several im portant pcityis rel tijiig to ihe estabhshin nt of cdjniy high schools The opinion woswrit ten by the Attorney General in response tjo a letter of inquiry from Jaunty Superintndent J W Rogers of Harrison County Attorney eneral Breathitt says that it lies entirely within the discretion of the county board of education whether or not ar rangements are made with a city high school or graded school for the establishment of a county high school If a contract is entered into for the establishment of the county school both par ties are bound to carry it out The law compels however that- i the first high school m tne coun CQunt4seatLij countye board nay assume for1 tfafe ekttab lishment tof tire county Ihlgti schopls the Attorney General says that It shall rot 1Han Amount ipgxcessOf the income and revenue for thatyear Tne county superintendent js ex yfYboardi YS required foraJRuprutcIEx 4 A Hearty Appetite is what most babies haves but it is of no beneft to themiif they have worms Bet sure your baby is not Ifoubled with them Sure always hungry rings symptomsI eyes not gaining In weight ilow complexion A few doses b f Whites Cream Vermifuge will exoel j all wot ms It is a positive cure and reliable Price 25 cents per bottle Sold by Red Ctoss Drug StoreI Caught Burglar iin Trap rTum Stoval tne well iknown merchantof Mas field and formerly a newspaper man of JEizibethtown captured a burglar in a steel trap Mr Stovall iad recently been subjected to veral robberies at his home Qe finally set a great steel trap a a flour barrel undr the kitchen window which had been left unlocked Be was awakened in the night Ybq2nf priin and tgoing to the kitchen found a big burly n growith his toot caught fall in the trap He was put in j where he confessed to former robberies aud implicated two thersElizabethtown News You Can Always Get The best cough medicine ifyou ask for Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey and llook for the bell on thbottle Guaranteed to give satisfaction Sold everywhere JForfuliesof the Presidents ngton1eitan estate val luedat over 800000 foiiuj Adams died moderately well off leaving about 7500d Jfqrson CongressIt pauper Madisonfwas frugal and Ileflrabout f50000 Monroe died so poor that he was buried at lthe expftns of relatives John QuincvAdams left about 55000 Jackson dled worth about S80 l l 000 Van Buren left some 400000 It is said that be did not draw his salary vUnle in office but at the expiration of his service he drew the whole 100000 Polk left an estate valued at150OOOj Taylor had saved something from his pav 1Vkbilej m the army and died worth 150000 Taylor married a woman of wealth Fillmore was always frugal and added to his savings by marrying a womdn of wealth and was worth about 200000 Pierces estate was valued at 50000 Garfield was only moderately well offf Harrison died worth about 25000 while Clevelands fortune was larger than that of any of this predecessors Ex The best pill is DeWitts Little Early Risers tbe safe easy pleas ant and sure little liver pills De Witts C rb lfzed WitcbIJazej Salve is the originali Good for cuts burns or bruises and espcially for piles Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy Among the principals who have scored successfully In mod ern vaudeville the past summer season and w o have prominent parts assigned him and her Miss Bessie Bennett F oty1pCornc McDonald Mararevi1IgPinald Lew Puersou A Weaver Ernie bummer J Be 1ms Tray ers with a well selected chorus of pretty girls ufwi Merryrrl Tramps fis said to tie far the brightest and best light weight musical comedy that will be offered this season This at traction will appearjatUlq i Opera House Saturday December 4I MURDERER CAUGHT t i t SlayerJ of Prentice Bobl- ittcigiitt Pineville Ky Marshal Tqhn Grace wis noti fled early last week that Henry Stites Davison the mulatto who shot and fatally wounded Pren lice Bobliif in the Walton Hotel had been captured by the officers at Pin ville Ky f and was beng held there MarshalGrAce left here for that point last Wednesday arid proceeded to bring tbe nEgro to Springfield viaTjebs iqn When ib became known1n rapturedwas noticed and the authorities here feW that it would be injpru dent tto bring himto this place An order was accordinglvl sent from Circuit Judge I H Thur man to officials at Lebanon to notify Mre Grace to proceed to Louisville with the negro which he did and placed him in the Looisville jjail After the kill orlDaVISOn 1t Streeflindpart of the ditv7 He went through Jimtown in the dir c tioo in which the bloodhounds had trailed him on the right of the murder The night was dark and the air damp and cold and the next night when be reached Gravel Switch he was somewhat exhausted During the night he built a fire alongside the railroad track and flagged a passing passenger train and was taken aboard at a station above Gravel Switch This train car ned him to Pinevilfe where he had been employed before and where he was known and as the officers there had been eaokyut notifiedtohe fWas soon taken into CUSliU Re will be kept in the jail at Louisville until he appears for trial in the Washington Gircqit Court Looking Ones Best Ifa womans delifftit to look her Jbest but pimples skip eruptions Sores and boils rob life of joy Listen Bucjcleris Arnica Salve cures them makes the skin soft and velvety It glorifies the face Cures pimples sore eyes cold eofesV cracked lips chapped hands Try it Infallible fur piles 25c at Haydon Rob rtslh Southern f School of Telegra raphy We take pleasure in directing our readers attention toHhe ad verlisement of the Southern School of Telegraphy of New appearsIelsewjiere in this issue of the NEWSLEADER The S S T is the leading Telegraph InstI- tute ip the United States and its graduates are always in cemand The railroads of the country are in need of many additional telegraph operators and every rung man wishing to learn a practical trade would do well to write the school at Newman for its new illustrated catalogue giv lIng lull informationI Make Up Your Own Mind When inneed of a cough medicine If you buy Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey w6 guarante you get theJbest Look for the bell on the bottle that is our guarantee +Fish StJyJ II One of the balmy warm days ot last svek1 Joe Adjnnson and1 John Dean of Cormshviile were fishing in Chaplin river for cat fish They were in a small skiff nod had gone up the river soma distance having more or less luck m landing some little fel lows Presently they caught Ian One Dose for Cou s 1iChOdrop c ugh at night Give them Ayers Cherry Pec Moral Often a single dose at bedtime will completely j control the cough Good for any one with a coldl or cough 1I Good for easy Ceases har4 cases good for acute cases 51 chronic cases Ask your doctor to tell- you honestly and Iij frankly just what hethinks at thiSoIcJ standard remedy 3 iip alcohol in this cough mep cinc JCA CL fIellM cUt4P liver makes a lazy boy An active brain demand an active liver No betterj llasaqve icr boys and girls thaAyers Pills Ask ow doctor bo Uww lie knows f oow J 7immense ctth1tlookeoftn it- lizetliatit wVs 0ie offih1tviarchs of Chaplin river utvd iiadl lived iherpjn jsiuc f inuj hfortthe memory f IV lrabout for some hjOirWMii ldnI to ancLor it th jp VjHr lstring beinsr loo f nP AK Ad kisori disc erd oii vfycei of wire iin rhe bt o iil sftiTOata- nd f rru nilig 01Jff hrOughl Iht b g n8rbv ill he twjt Mai ph Ef itJliCUndI his own akle FqnFTi ty he had nt lurJJ he RoK the hboy wOi dI 1111l edt ucalf he was tak ng iinto to vu br he would not have Rowing b ckdo beenflorashl their landing pl trailed along vary peaceably buf when they attprapted to lilt it put of the water the unex pected happened The fish backed soi suddenly that i j it jjerked Adkinsons leg over the side and he was able only to save himself by throwing the whole weight of bis body back ward and dropping hat into the boat But the nh instantly made use of the advantageitl had gained by striking upstream towirg the boat and the two tnen after him Adjiinson lying in the bottoml ft f the Boat held on fordear life white Dean vntered into battle with their kidnapper r1 After an exciting fight Dean tint ally succeeded in hiiting the fish with an oar stunning it enough for hm to release his partner and the two succeeded in captur ing and killing the big fish The lucky fishermen gave an Fl ga1tI fish dinner the next day to a number of friends We regret verv much being unabl toj ac cpt the invitation and celebrate with them Harrodsburg Her ald 4 Th Correct Time to stop a cough is just as sopn as it strrts then there will be no danger of pneumonia or consumption Just a few doses of plAr1s HorebQund Syrup taken at the start will stoptl cough If it has een running on for some time the treatment will be long 1er s Sold by Red Cross Drug Store Fair View Mr and Mrs JW HavsMrs Fannie Layda arid little son and MrsvJ E Stefensoudmed with Mrs F1 Carney Tuesday Mrs Sabe Hardin and chi dren spent Thanksgiving withI htr parents Mr and Mrs Ed Farriffwere in our midstpdav George Moul Hal B jblijLt and Clayton Wolford attended the box snpper at Woodlawn Fri day iiignt Miss Annie Jones went home tdspen4 Thanksgiving with her sisters and brother Sadie Crow was the guest at- the home of Mr Minpr Parish Sunday Mr Fred Che tham and daughter visited relatives at TabloWSatutday and Sunday L D Carney and family visit ed i be home of E A4 Smothers Saturday night and Sunday t WAY SALVES FAIL TO CURE ECZEM They Clog the PoresOnly A Liquid Can feach the liner c Skin Since the old fashioned theory of curing eczema through the bloodl has been given up by scientists many different salves have been tried for Skin diseases Butit has beenfound that these salves only clog the pores and cannot penetrate to the inntr1 skin below the epidermis where ttieI eczema germs are lodged This the quattYQf penetrating tremendouslsuccess of the only eczema cure oil of wintergreen as compound ed jn D D p prescription After ten years of cure after cure the leading specialists have accepted this as the true eczema cure We ourse1vs do not hesitate to recommend D D D prescription at 100 a bottle but for the benefit tif those who have Never tried the pre scription we arranged with the P D P Laboratories Chicago for aJspe1 cial large trial bottle at 25 cents on a special offer nowShjfl ia flast jbottle ought to convince evprysueran- at any rate it will r l1 aWay the Jtcb atohc HIaydob Robertson l I I ZbntbImuA S1kbtjUtf- lStJBSCRJ zw I VR 1ntbt1tttlbI snititt f1 r JL 4 t ROYAL wBAKING POWDER Ak IyPur t Makes The neat c1oL5bacIitckeM frycoEveys toIoo4 r allllllllli i V 1801Rtey fw 1 1 LEBANON LOCALS FromvThe Falcoxfi i vaAbout all of the lumber brick c and debris has ben renjove d from the totfe at the corner or- tMain street and Si aulding avenJ t ue where the old Veranda hoter rlJrl Robert had thecoutrctior removing b the runs of the hotel1 I and forjhe remoVal of the ilde Gilmore1 House They have UINothingt ndaJflionMis Lizzie Harding widow of the late Ike Harding died ather home below New Market early Monday morning ota compiica f ion of diseases Mr T J Spaldihg son of Mr Iff r Spaldingi and Mis Sifran ji Mattingly daughter of Mr HughP MdtMugly pppnlar young people off the St Mary see tion were married at St Charles yesterday Rev Father Pike fciatin TIcotbayesterdaybet- ween 1 St Marv s collpge Kentucky Weslyn college at Winchester resulted in a score of 6 to 6 In the first half Swdpe made a touchdown jon a 40yard run on a Forward pass Winchester scored in the second on straighv football St Marys woul have won find the game ben a ffew seconds longer for time was called with the ball in St Marys hands and ut one toot to go Rev T M Cornelison ana family moved from Marion iy inoisj toBsthgMichignR- ev Cornel ison having resigned bis charge in the former city and accepted a call to a church in the latter place Tbe many friends of the family heie in Marion cpuntyfollow with inter est the carerot Rev Cornell sun and family and know that wherever their lot is cast the community will be tbeoener b tHeir havipglived there In the presence of a fewJ friends and relations at the res dence of E S Moore jin thifccity Monday i Miss Clevcr Sniith was uniiedin marriage to Mr DL Tandy Rev Moore officiating The bride is an attractive and popular young lady and idaughter of W Porter Smith tke well knowu farmer and jitock trader of this county Jtt jia son of Mr Dick Tattdy nd jved in Maribn County anumb r ofyearslgo The happy young couple have many friends who wisbsiiem bappiness and 411C cess tSThe marriage of Mit Ann Mary Ruley to Mfi William iV KallV was solemnized at St Praucta Church at ChicagO Tuesday Ret Fathererrpronouncing the ceremony TM bride is daughter of Mr Is A Ruieywholives betwean Lofit LtQ arid Chicago Tlhe frogai k a successful faiuier liingofLe- banon a Miss Regina Clayton UfB Blaudorawear4 jit Holy Cross MondaT Sr1tather ZtleroMciang liii bride is the aliractirp 4 aghV of Mr WiUlam Clayton ofmar feoly CXOH The frawaa form erly jived in MriOflk7 ipd baSa number 6t lriimA fot+ f IIit f t T 1 IiisrTMMjt Opera Hquw DeCk 4 J A v Two Merry Traaipa11 is OM of the cleamsi t brifIIiJT1lest jolliest a arta aariM nd mo t whisUi tofa1tsi- al t liecthathlliHlifJi t the theatrical l golaf pvbijfe Ji years his attraction wlbs he offeing at the OpecaB Saturday Deceaibtr 4 The fymutoas of ldcltMf trawale are urinary disorders weak back aa4 aciachet rhe aatiadrbeatIcp- ins amd tiria iM avB3iaVla e iraiii tc There i m tMac aa foaA ccrkidney1 troIbks u WItts ICisey amaBIMIK NIIiYee j jaay depend upon tfceai to iHaaiitfii satsftction They are MtisejHWkcT Brymptlf and sooth piipi tctW ed 0rdss jeharaiacy f N CrMiI y 0 e Mr A C JOWbalt wiftkm to tsay that he hamv opiged a iMir orn mill at tke OMCJ bpaas4- s reedy at sll tiJis lJ a date cusk srL Crn Ifwhile JOB wsh Causshim iHOJlUltGftSOFr JiHI T1CI 0 Terrible Expex 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Ditff io 1 6tMUVUHUNnon- irIiiOti CoMMiVttsM has own canEd by f 11J ii lwot 3btbBUiBamT Spald j i4Ht toawnt aVthe Old Inn in LwikTiile Ky oa December 7Is to rmIae the tint place J aM jemMr ef upninating a ra dl4htl for Coogree lathe i IMirtti K Ucky District The titotioa la CoflgreMoian will h tak place next fall and it will fj OII be titbat prospective ii it vgawikia4t knew when and how r iricwiwatkxMiI aretauumad t D Kowartr jj3ding from present prpapediia BOtXMtMt iaanticipa 1sir tM iwtrici as Hon Ben A JoliBaXMi will be the unanimous choice ol tiit DeOcrstiof the J 4tlt school for the men der twentyfive yeara of age i jia+ feca eetebUsbed in the pen tf S ItaliarT t Fraakfort It ii pro f itoaei obaT the educated pris + Her ioltlM teeh1ag bnder the j t tUpKrWonof the prison author i V f Htstty Yoateer will be one f f the BMehera The move is a IOO oe and cannot but result JiiIlI ch good M the convicts jj Zt rttl be prepared to make better j f etttaiM when released ifl Prefideat Clarence Lebus and t the xecaive committee of the ftw X Barky Tobapeo Society held a at Misg at Oovington Tuesday i lor the rpoMlit was annous 11h4 44 tOseXMunlt over the casts f jlow jpeadiag in the tJoiied 11 f aeortIin which damages r ra1nMag to several thousands i eliillara is asked i PI The Coast Utional Amend mcnt i inff5r Tfeere was cooeiderable exciu i Ii j laeiit over the Stato and especi i 9 ally at BiratiBgaam where wo ee at4 children were singinI u5I fj1 r v Nature makes the cures lit0 after all l Now and then she gets N ittto a tight place and seeds helpfiSr outffJThings get started in tbe wrong direction SqiDotliijsg is dto41dieac and start the system im the right direction toward health Scotts Emulsion of ciirer Oitwith Eypo hocpfcUes can dp just bulL F L It stregtkens the t I A foodsfamisked tis r md makes rick is AUIIJ tiL5 U fw Mr I1111fewY FlcD oe idea d a brasofba d I playing for the other at thell PoIIw I Try It Tryli Try Dr Sells Aatl ptic Salve foi upleuutasIMticfactlo ia worst cases 25c a NXIFenwick Hr and Mrs Sam Shewmaker SbeylmkwShewmiker being svery ill witbI pin 1ouh Mr and Mrs J JR McAllister Mr45 Than Smith at d daughters Sitseegi Mangle and Liza all lined with Mr and Mrs Tha Anderson and family Sunday Ii Mrsr Ed Grates sold to Rastus case tour steers price unknown Miss Rote Adams lias closed her school for a while at Tatum bedsldelot4 very ill with consumption Born to the wife of Everett Rail a fine boy on Thanksgiv lag Marrying is all the go It has got me ID the notion as it is so stylish for you know every ladyI means to keep up with the style Miss May Rose Janes visited the Hissee Adams Sunday after IIMrd II Ii i mother were in town on business Saturdao Mrs S Clpegley was caled to the bedside of her mother who is very poorly from beiDg burnt They think her chances j of recovery are very doubtfulI Miss Leona Graves aud her i bro her Joseph visited Maria and Edgar Anderson Sunday i lKeutl Case some hogs price unknown Mr John Kelly visited his sisters at Litsey Saturday night Irvin Thompson spent Satur day night with Harry Janes There is much sickness in this vicinity pneumonia and lagrippe being very prevalent Stanley Ragers and Shannon Thompson swapped hor es Sat 9rdajf Stanley paying the differ ence of ten dollars Mr Ben Spalding and wife visited Mrs JM Janes Sunday Ram Shewmaker bought of Howard Masters one fan perbMr Dan Thompson had the- tolosesmirortn8 fine cow last week and this makes three head of cattle be has lost this year Mrs Raqhel Anderson and daughter Miss Gary visited Miss Ella Adams and sisters Sunday Mrs Dan Rogers and daugh terinlaw Mrs Margaret Rogers rand Mrs Bob Shewmaker and family were the guests of Mr andMrs J M Janes Sun dU- Her Heart Was Broken because her complexion was because she could find badllandl comElexIont perfe9tcoocHtiocby bine the unequaled liver regulator Sold byRed rosa Drug Stdre Hardins ChapeL I Mrs George Cocanougher returned home after RP leas visit to relatives in Indiana Mr Calvin ewn1ak r antjj one night last week with T Barley and familv Mr George Edwards and daughters of Lebanon spent G1w Miss Bessie Sweeney spent one night last week with Miss diyi Canary Mr Jospph Hardin of Louis ville jis spending tie weak with Mr Hartford Log dn Mr Leo Haydon Jr spent last week with Mr B J Hay donMiss NinlJlFenwlck zlativeab Simmslown Born to the wife of Mr Jin Yates a fine boy Miss Hopie Edwards of Riley Station has returned home afte a pJeasnt visit to GW Cora oiigner and family Mr and Mrs Archibad Winters and daughter Margaret oi Paaski spent Monday and Tuesday with James Anderson am famt v IMrs Jim Barker spent the latter part of last week with Mr Wll Barker and family Miss May Logsdon spent sev fral days hat week with Mis4 Htiitie Logsdonf Mr Ash wood Million of Grap Vine is spending this week witl Miss Gertie Mijlion Miss Hattie Logsdon enter tamed a few of herfriends in ir most delightful manner Wednesday night Stung for 15 Years 8bymanyIin vain JJf Ayacne oflngleside N C at last used Dr Kings New Lift PiUs and writes they wholly cured him They cure constipotlon Bill ousnes Sick Headache Stomach Liver Kidney and Bowel Troubles 25c at Haydon Robertson 4 Eczemai- s considered hard to cure Try Dr Bells Antiseptic Salve and you will change your mind You will see an appllcation Litsey Miss Mary Gleason and Mfs LD Baker and children spent Tuesday with Mr and Mrs S W Caldwell Mr James Williams of Bar wdsburg spent the latter pan of the week with Mr Chas Lisay Gray Mcllvoy are buying turkeys throughrhere at 13 per roand MaudITbanksgiyiogJ tt Mt JOb b c t d position with the First National Bank of Springfield Suptt Bush was through here visiting schools last week Miss Lucy Colvin spent lag week with her sister Mrs Lucian Pinkston Muses Grace Qhehan Addie WiIett and Emma Rose Polin have returned to St Catherines after pen 3ing Thanksgiving at home Miss Jennie Leacbman of Springfield spent a few days with kiss Sue Reed last week Mr Carlisl Clellaud has returned to Middlesboro afterf J1rGtegoryMr Jefferson Goatley was in bur midst Sunday evening Messrs Walter and Bruce Wiljiams visjted Ed Mitchell last wee Miss Francis Litsey enter tained afew friends at dinner Sund y in Honor of the 19th birthday of her brother Charles Th se present were Misses Sue Reed Susie Edgington Jennie Leacbman Eleanor IJeed and Messrs Mitt Leachman James Williaits and Pee Shehau Misses Sarah Reed and Harvey VanArsdale entertained the FriIwwwww Two Great Offersf to Our Readers FORA LIMITED TIME ONLY The NewsLeader one year regular price sioo The Daily Evening Post to January 1911 regular price 325 Home and Farm one year regular price sO Cosmopolitan Magazine to July1i 108 nioiiths regular price 120 f Regular price for all four publication 595 You can get them all for 375 You save 220 on the combination Another Great Offer The NewsLeader one year J 100 22SHome50TheRegular price for all four pub lca10n8 495 YOU can get them all for 275 thereby saving- T 220on the Combination This offer has been made only tor a limited time It tbebest we have ever made copies sent tipon request I 11Sple THE NEWSLEADER Springfield Ky uIMany games and guessing oon tpsts were iindulged in endre ohicbWreall The house was handsomely decorated to suit theoco sion of Tharksgiving Everyone left the best of humor hoping to liO meet on a like occasion GodIther bottle of Dr Bells Pine Tar loney Every bottle the same ook for the bell ion the bottle MU tonS of satisfied user is the strongest testimonial PUZZLE OF THE AIR Changing Currents Shewn by the As- tlen ef lirds In Flight The average per son regard t lr much as he regards wa eras uiuuh lighter of course but Ilk It otherwise Cultu trrIntures the air as f flowing river And just so long as al men looked nt It so just so long the birds kept their monopoly for the nly state In which water approaches the condition of airs when water forms a maelstrom Even then water In Its wildest turbu lence falls far xho rt of the unstable la cessaut agitation of the utuinxiibere lr Is never tll It is tHird with warm waves as lending colil waves Icscendlng and jhrougb It race crosr boots and dlngotial shoots with iork crow wh Iii wiud wandering hither iiid you us they UstThe warm air If a coruQeld creates one kind of n Isturbauce off jilowed land It ere mayflldonslder what happens when the vitrm air breaks through its envelope a millpond bursts its dam A flow rg stream churned to and fro slid uud and round sail up and down voulfl give a feeble idea of the airs uconstuucy Now u bird circling with fixed vitigs 46attf on a rising column of itr It maintains Its altitude as to the earth bltlt Is constantly coasting down through the airs ascending vol ume Ouce the bird loses the air column it has to flap Its wings and It laps till it finds another column when it goes on wheeling again with fixed wings Moreover when It flies the wind comes toward It in waves rising ind falling like the billow ot the sea It meets them pad then It does pre iscly what a bonldcHJJo over themTr Roes through them The tVrlghts learned all this aiDdi when heyd learned they were about u s aear to flying you and I would In pbliosopbJwhPIIwJ Furthermore there were no teachers living or dead that could help them more than a few steps along the way Everybodys Magazine pNofGood fofr eAerythi g Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve iis jjo d for nothing but the eyes If you use it And are not satis fled come i ic k and get your 25c You be the judre- FACTS AND FANCIES Whit ritr ichTH1Fall The girl Jffho his a white cloth tr Jor made Is well fixed for fall This h the smart sort of costume for any dressy occasion Worn with a fussy jabot arid stotfk and a smart turban or huge picture hat there is nothing prettier The coats of the sulfa are ex tremely lung reaching nearly to the hem of the drejta Many women have discovered to heir annoyance that a garment Inter lined with white woolly felt is likely to be Jiiarritl by the occasional erup iuItlit long white haIrs which t6rk their way out from the loosely woven itiKT WAIST WITH FriTXD XiZNIX UQIng It the tall r Is told he ssmst use only dark felt the trouble will U forestalled An odd rnntuent seen on an attrac tive new hAt irt a btfge loop of gray moherofltnri It Is about six Inches long and over two Inches across at the broadest prrt and It Is thrust In as though It were a hatpin Net over thin silk is quite as much used this season as It has been for the past two winters The model In the cut Is u simple one trimmed with silk bands tthat give becoming lines JUDIC CHOLLET ThlsMny Manton pattern la cut In size tpr mUsses of fourteen and sixteen yean of age Send cents to this office civ Ing number and It wilt be promptly forwarded to you by mall If in baa1r send an additional two cem stamp for lettef postage which Insures more prompt delivery The prince regent or umna wuuu governnicut newspaper to find out the opinion of the public on the policy of the government from time to time Four of the recruits who entered the Russian army lust year were more thnu slIs fnt and five Inches tall and about 1200 were more than six feett and an inch Traffic between the eastern and west byrway railways audsteaui ship lines amounted to 40000000 In value in JllK8 a marked Increase ore v occllur venr Granulated Bye bids are easily cured Caustic Is not ne EyeSalveguaranteed to cute Has never failed everyhec 0 M BUCK DIAMOND It Is One of 1hf Curiosities of the Mineral Kingdom A PUZZLE TO SCIENTISTS Nature Has feme Peculiar Way ProduMd This Rare Form of Carbon and Then Thrown Away the Secret Cf the rFuntl Only In Brazil The term black dlatuoDfls Is some times Jokingly applied to ordinary cool which we burn lu our furnaces but the real black diamonds of com merce are among the most unique win end product of the world and they serte tpurpose In the Industrial world lthat makes them of great vulue The black diamond are pure carbon and yet Is BO outward appearance resem ble the diamonds which we are nevus tomed o wear as ornaments They are slightly harder than the crystal or gem diamonds and In tact about the hardest substance known Black diamonds or carbons are among the greatest curiosities of the mineral kingdom They pie without crystalline form and are found Inlr regular pieces ranging lu slze from halt a carat up to three four and five hundred carats They are dark gray black or brownish In color and opaque The real diamond of the jewelry trade also pure carbon but translucent and crystalline In torn Two objects so alike In composition could not be found so opposite In appearance as these two forma of carbon Ahother peculiar thing about the black diamonds Is that they are found only to ooe locality In the wqrld They tome from a very small section of Bra zil sot more than 225 miles square In raL Outside of this limited territory no pure black diamonds tare ever lJeentouDd What peculiar freak of nature cans ed the deposition of the black din monds In this section of the world and nowhere else Is one of the mysteries which science has failed to explain None of them has been found in the great Klmberley diamond regions where the crystal form of diamonds have for so long been mined The whole origin of the black din mond is therefore a scientific enigma Naturally the question Is raised Of what use Is a black diamond No one would care to wear one of these diamonds which resembles a piece of coal more than a real diamond and so far no one has popularized the black gems as the black pearl has been Nevertheless the black diamonds serve a most important and useful function In the Industrial world This pure black carbon Is not only harder than the real diamond but tougher and not so brittle as the gem Consequently it is of great value for many mechanical purposes and panic ularly for boring with diamond drills In diamond drilling the tips of the drills are studded with carbon or black diamonds and when the bores are deep the pressure hi so great that the gem diamonds would be crushed In the process But the carbon resists this continued pressure and slowly eats down Into the rocks In diamond drill work the carbon is sett IB circular pieces of softjtefijJ or IroD caned bl Uf t ts ore at chdto tubing Armed with these black diamond teeth the druid push their way down under severe pressure to a depth of five and six thousand feet cutting through the hardest kind of rock Some black diamonds are much harder than others and there Is no way to determine by the color the difference la the degree of toughness Black diamonds or pure carbon are not by any means cheap and the own ers of the mines In Brazil where they are gathered are making a good thing out of their monopoly There Is no known substance that can take the place of carbon In drills In boring for gold sliver copper and other mineral deposits Before the black diamonds of Brazil were discovered It was Im possible to make borings When the carbon was first introduced IB bw Industries it was used In diamond sews for catting stones marble ud similar substances Then the price advaaced so that the carton was fosBd too costly for such use nndbort was substituted for stone cutting Bort Is really an Imperfect crystal or gem diamond but It Is too brittle for use la Drills Consequently bert has tak es the place of black diamonds for stage cutting and the latter have been restricted almost entirely to diamond drilliBg pvrposes- Tbe average size of black diamonds sd to UM drills ranges from two to Ire carets but the larger specimens ftre mach better results They cost lION bet they last longer Conse imeAtlj there Is a greater demand for- tH larger pieces of pure carbon and the price is sometimes run up to pro nfum figures for unusual specimens The fear that the supply of black diamonds may some day give out and paralyse the diamond drilling industry has stimulated prospectors to syste matte search for sew deposits but so far they UTe not been successful Ou the other band scientists have been making a clos study of the chemical lIuUthinllwht hnvi prtnluced th- ela ir lUiiiiunil nutthvlr Manufacture U apuaniitly abrut U1 difficult nIl tine making of the gem diamonds It possible under certain conditions to wake either but nfbt in sizes sutticlent to be of any commercial value Nut In some pecpllar way has tirade these rare products and then thrown the secret of the prtileas away If any man can ever unlock or find that secret he may cause a panic In the dIa mwd trade Scientific American IB the City of Mexico teeny oue 01 the trying questions before the public Is that of the scarcity quality and fearness of milk and lIts sanitary pop dition as well as the methods of its production and sale Interior cities are sometimes somewhat better at but only In the smaller towns villages And ranches or haclendqs Is the milk supply actually adequate Among the cases shown at the thlr tyeighth congress of German surgeons In Berlin was a patient who is under treatment by a Koenigsberg doctor Although both legs lin4both arms have been amputated the man is able by rhesus of supplementary def Ices to mount stairs without stick In normal fashion sad to sit down walk eat tress and undress unaided The Cleveland Dental society has pe tltloned the school board of that city for permission to establish dental cliii let In the public schools An exaraioa Usa hy forty members of the society of 3000 pupils has revealed that per cent of thorn have decayed or de caying teeth Thi showing tine healtli offlcet of the city says makes Impera eihe aetsbltabm nt of IHti sr SPRINGFIELD OPERA HOUSE Saturday Dee 4 l IAPicnic for Two r rThose Fun ExpertsI IWO a Yard with t Bessie1 Bennett THE INIMITABLE f and eighteen helpers mostly girls wo Heads are Better than One Presenting their merry musical mixture Two Merry Tramps llth edition all newand best yet Belles of the East Side Twelve big pew ensembled singing selections and twelve complete changes of costumes Ckkf Bloodbr BtU and Bracts The most exquisite of all musical comedy creations She Sells Sea Shells 1 at the y SeaShore Its fooVthing butawiullrlrinhy UTstMtzretrcbleoe but htCctSm The same BIO RAil FUN CROWD PRICES v 25 35 50 and 75c QO uoo4oodjQ Christmas Presets 1 ili maka baying Cni 4as Prsnts tIw N4p- robeE tu tW BrtMby Pozzfe Dus pert abu that to gJit UMOI i come to my sie it mta and lets itill iUM ast ter I fook iktV wor rt upon myself Mavrf5 I weeks ago aai I watt jto h1IJo1I HowjiilN factorlly 1 CM Uketbe Q g y r prry oil Your Mind 1tf wt t fr Man wants bulb little here blo11d afChrf MM ttil if it is some dainty bit of Jewelry or some itovelty Ja Sterling Silver something for his desk or otfiMrooar or something for hisjjoclret he will be pleaeand umoret soiL it beaVs thequalitydistincUon OtcuMning flora ft Qf8f I JasJ raVt esig6 W cooGoo o Smokeless tt Ji Until science discQvered a way to construct the AwMMMte dSmokeless Device and make it completelyl depcmdaitei ail otheaters had one common great fault sinoke tilWith the advent of the Automatic Sawketestijerke ttdfcs practical application to theSPERFECTIONoil iEsurHMdwIth liiiskslss DtviM tie smoke problem wts succettltilly solved The Perfecttoi Qi1 Hc 4cr k the onlyheaterequ1ppedwitktba ta AutothkS 7 c SmokeleDeycet 1v which insures a steady irjfowllc IMS t jwith the wide turned up ar kifk Mitwill Jgo without a shred of smoke Reverse ei 4 motion turathe wick dowateresooThe smoktksa device aatowtticaMy lacks and prevents the upward movtmtt oi the wick beyond the That 1ISleadership to the Perfection YoU may now have all the heat you want when ycm want itaai iwhere you want itwithout the annoyance of smoke or odor Brass font holds 4 quarts 4 oil Which permits a glowing heaf for Mws i t Brass wick tube damper top cool handle Cleaned in a mkutel The Perfection beautifully finished in Nickel or Japan jEvery Dealer Everywhere If Not At Yours Write for Dwcrijrtiw HrMtar j to the Nearest Agency of theS11 STANDARD OIL COMPANY IaeoaeS ASS j I Christmass Presents r I 1 t i t iare easilyi selected 1 i A7iiS I EvANkaHoIcJO- klah I mas Land SaleOne million six hundred thousand acresofvsjuabkfua Oklwillb acres eachand sold to the highest bidder on easy termAUCTION BEGINS DECEMIER16 190S andcotttiIfor 21 days The agricultural land has been appouMsL at prices ranging from 800 to 3400 per acre Site average appraised value of the grazing land il about 250 per acreV l Reduced Railroad FakS daoaaaiItweatyfrOnt ot- day tickets that Is the going trip may be rnadetbr eoe section or portion of the State and tie return trip tku jl another For tf Full InformationddC v Regarding the price and the diverse route arrasgsast of the railroad tickets also w JfiJi1 ftit Write l fi RIPENN t T P Aor X P GARDJQ i If 5 t The Hendersoii tteijfj LoUISVnu Xy 1 l It ssJkbie- K i jaN iij i N RVllfWgiStT 1 rThe Co1ppage INOORPORAT1D Cafe Co I iJt t 1 r 7thfJbliarka4 LOUlSyJLLFKYMF T N Ve make specialty ofithe following brfcn4t MattiljIYIM j i jJ klltM MwTWwj iEvtr W1dM 4- Wf W tiwis Sprit 97 i t f WeaIs kwkMIiigIy We ad Ww t bittled Ii kid PtApple Brandy OjJ ElKVbtfry Wine MM1 f L 1 y i INTDENTITIII f N t1 r e M Djtjt Lampion 2t i 0 0 c Kfjcr fr Nera Mttse ffP ON1csPkPdSRJitsduce Pt 3 i4 tWJFQRIGSBY i rii RORNY AT LAW kU Rm BLDXY r Dr M W HYATT 01 9S oeK lied CroM Drug fcftort Office hours Hyatt 1030 i i1 to 12 m 4 to 5 pm I iI JOOtYRMAYS t fUlEillL uiKttTOR P JlDtlCEISED EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT 74 I I SPRDfGFIELDn Rajlrp d Schedule jdFellowing w tht time schedule itoir iii Effect one Bardstowb r and Springfield branch railroad l r 1 v A Mo 41rL vei Louisville at 410 p M B rdstown Junction A r 522 p 1I Bardstown 0C6 p m I V arriv ktJSpringfield 655 p m i Springfielclatai 600 Ill Bard town 645 am- a l B riUtowa Junction 780 a m arivii at Louisville 820 a m LI r No 43 Leaves Louisville at 785 sw Bardstown Junction 910 Jim Bardstown 1045 a m arrivsiB Springfield 1215 p m lfo44LHveil Springfield at IjCK p m1 plirds wnf220pm Bardstown Junction 410 p in- arrives at Louisville 545 p n c No90 Sundays onlyLeaves l Spririgfield 715 a mj Bardstown iJ1 Bardstown JunctionQO a m i j 845am arrive at Louisville si 985am j i aNo 91 Sundays only Leaves L isvilJ- ecgt 600 pm Bards torn Junction 645 p inj Bards town 7 30 p m arrives at fJt sl Springfield at 825 p m IS LEIAWWSTXINGFIELD AUTOMO ilLEUNE SCHEDULE Leave Lebanon Leave Springfield 4L IcNStation Walton Hotel 730 a m 83Oa m t 1 11030at m 100 pm I 400 p m 500 p m 6p in 73OTp m JI 10j0 a m Sunday 200 p m 4 Friiitr and Ornainenta TREES s X V 1 erything for Orchard Lawn a Gltrden Catalogue on ap r plictIoL No agents tf 1 F II1LLENMEYER t Lexirliton Ky t YT1eRyfr1RHi ksS t Almanac FoM910 ff jBeady oveHibeT 15th 1009 a plen SII did yearbook on sstronomey and j m e teorolog y the only one containing i jreorT Bat Hicks Weather Fore J casts 1y wail postpaid 35c on IKWltaJ3OcQnecopt freeWith a iF years wsscriptfoB to WoRn AND f 1XS tkeJtgr IrlR Hicks lilpnth ly Maoinet the best monthly in 1t America DitCQuats op Almanacs in i iipWBtitles Agents wanted Re t eiIItert the genuine JHicks Fore jse ts1 toe not fHiblished anywhere J clseryou get them only in his own I f icatiMB WO DAUD WORKS DJ THING CO J201 Lust St LeI Mo t rNoticetoHunters Jr Ife tie TBidcrsiifned notify all UcritBatourlaBdsare posted kod iMMtiac1 oa cur premises Is forbidden I AilTiiBiter ae wanted to stay off orIUN 1 witl be jH JtitcHted for trespas I kWalker Edwards GJHAy to JP Klelen 1L A U dirS ii DrUaA iAi1IoIjt ieiust4- fM xt ted fiiIa1 fftiog relief 1 1 tti+ Ois ok bjaU c1ca k aft d t ISu TW5ii AHH H chU lO Vwnw HW iH ii 11iiiiji LocaIHppeIttksoTIntresttI 11 AliA 8dI C88i aaaaaeAftlUUUll fd redactions in prices 0 all millinery at Miss Kootts JMoand City Pintsmay costNi a trifle morei butti Leo Haydon Vattern hats at and below cost at Miss Knotks j VXli kinds of Christmas novel ties at Grondy Mclntirp lAu millinery goods at half price ot MMs Knotts pesentsfrom v f SCall on MissKnotfor largainit In millinery hGrnndy Mclntire have a complete line of novelties Greatt re movai sale tWathen Shaders millinery store KBee Grundy Mclntire before buying your Christmas presents I FOR SALE Pure stock Narra gansettTurkeys v t MasT M BADGETT icSSSee our Christmas handker chiefs from 50o to 150 Grun dy Mclntirer Two Merry Tramps Opera House Dec 4 r FOR SALt One Shor Horn Registered bull GODDAEDthlUND- yVFORSALEOne large kitchen range anti one good diningroom table MRS ELIZABETH HORD ij ron adaner Jan 1st my house of iJ rooms and lot of 3 acres for ret fsaJeIWALTER E LEACHMAN VCFrnndy Mclntire have just received a line of Christmas um brellas for ladies and gentlemen Price 1 00 to 18 00 leniemher we have in stociff the newest things beayes flow ers fruits furs See themtMRS WILLIAMS PRIVATE SALE Having soldI my residence I am selling privately all my hOusehold effectsI Mi ss JPANNIE WALL Hats trimmed and untrjmmed l at your own price Want to close out all by Christmas v MRS WILLIA tIS Bandies Nuts and Toys Dplls greater quantity and better prices than ever before at P Jv Thomas RevS C R Blain of the Semin ary in Louisville will preach atIPleasant Grove next Sunday morning and night AvI FOR SALE A few choice pure bred Duroc Jersey pigs both sexes Seven weeks old p d5 creedand eligible to registra tion EL DAVISON As we expect to soon move to new quarters we are offering every thiig in our store at cost Call and take advantage of the late season prices IWatben Shader Master Dudley Ragsdale Who for the past two years has served as page in the State House of Representatives is again a candidate fer the place Dudley has become quite a favorite at Frankfort and his friends will be glad to see him back LLosOnColnty Court Day in October a set of harness1 near Richard Hardios and Thomas Coulters gate and H Ethering tOOs onWi1hsburgroad Finder will please leave same at Pulham and Johnsons store WP RYAN Mr E I Col vin bought of Mr SL M Campbell his farm of 50 acres near town for 6000 Mrs Farny Wall has sold her bouse and lot on East Maia1 t- oRn Boldrick for2750 IbassoldlJlsbou to Mr TJ M Her orli25- Tobacco Market The tobacco murket during the past week has been brisk 1285Q pounds have been dis poe4 of during the past wedk Gcod tobacco bronghtf rom 14 toI J8 cents medium from 12 to std the lowgrades from 9 to 12 p SimmsSimms Mr Thomas W Simms andi Mrs Mary Lee Simms were married Thanksgiving Ddv at theSacred Heart Church at 17th streetand Broadway Louiville Ky by Roy Father Walsh The wedding was somethiig otla sur prise to manjy people Miss Simn went to Louisville Mon day iccompanied by her sister Miss Nancy e Simms and Mr Slums met Irvr there Thursday morning Ira mediately after the alt1HOl1s3tl mainder of the week Mr Sim ins lis a well known Jrtuer and trader of the county and the bride is a daughter of Mrs Nannie Simms and the late Pat Simms and is a well known voung lady with many friends They will arrive home to night A Pretty Wedding v Roniiaintic old St Rose waS the scene of a simple and pretty marriage ceremony on the 25th instI MrJ E Osbourne and Miss Hester Blandford were united at eVIFf tastefully decorated in white and green lights Missl Katie Cain accompanied by Miss Sue Ray with mandolin played Mendelssohn Wedding March and during the ceremony Miss Bligh sang Melody of Love and two qlber solos in her rich contralto voice The groom is the son or Mr J S Osbqurrie and is one of the Countva progressive farmers The bride is the accom pUshed daughter of Mr T M Blandford The happy pair speQt several days with relar tives in Louisville DEATHS SMITH Mrs Lizzie Smith died at her home five miles from Spring field on last Thursday mornings Smith nvav before her marriag to Mh Sylvester Smith U Miss LiziieMils ami was born ia Marion county where she was rearndu womanhood She was abbut 55 years old and she was highly respected by a large circle of friends For the ast 25 years of her life she hadp been in bad health and seldom lft her home She leaves her husband and three children namely Bert and Ed Sjoith and Mrs Mattingly Burial services were conduct edat St Rose Saturday at High Requiem Masjs McGEE Mrs Lentf McGee died at her i howe near town on Ust Saturday afternoon of the 4rops y Her health began to fail severall years ago and for the past five years had been an invalid Her maid en name was ilalnilton being a daughter or Mr Ed Hamilton She was 35 years of age nda good Christian woonn WUen quite young she was Darri dto1 Mr W H McGee who with eight small children survives Funeral services and burial were conducted at St Charles Monday THOMPSON Andrew thOrfifteen months old son of Mr and Mrs W A Thompson died Monday morni ing A short time ago the child had a sever attack of whooping cough and before its recovery contracted pneumon ia which caused Its death The child was an unusually bright and attracive little fellpw and will be much missed in its home where it was tenderly loved HABDESTY The bome of Mrand M s Tom Hardesiiy was made sad by the Ceuth of their sevenyear o dsoD Earl ETaidesty who the home of hisdred at grandfather Mr W T BTardesty near Polin Ky on Nov 30 His death came as a shock as be was ill only a few days with membranous croup Earl was a bright boy possessing great pri- gmality fur his years Funeral l services were conducted at St Dominics Wednetd y and he- w8 buried at Lebanon COMMERCE Mrs Annie Commerce died id Louisville Monday of Appendii Sjcitis She was a lady boat 45 years of atge and was raised l ww + DANqRI Teeth ex I I i when slates are I U Abb wadtedif i = Done In this office Is tlin vertised every respect and firstclaf8IIt WYSTALlftRDDDS f Spr1nfleId Ky = OOM Mf jin Washington County where she lived until flf teeny ears ago when she moved to Lonisvilje She II was a daughter of James Gordon and the wifef of Joseph Om merce who died several years ago The rem lins were brought here yesterday and interred in Bethlehem cemetery Rev RLr Pur on conducting the serv ces rEcNAL l Messrs JoimS Kelly and Tim Cecil of Bardstown were in town 1on Mrs business Jesse D Rapier is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs 0 It Price this week Miss Lula Campbell is on the sick JistI I Mrs Margaret Jones nd Bee IPrice wfere in Lebanon Saturday Mr Logan Bosley of Lebanon spent Sunday here M ssrs Will Robertson and John Wycoff were in Lebanon Sunday Misses Mabel aud Elizabeth Jooraes of Bardstown are visiti ing Misses L D Baker Messrs Wallaca Rogers and Owen Goodloe were in Lebanon SundayI Miss Fattie Arnold has re turned to Lexington aftor atvisit to her parents Miss Nancye Simms has re turned home after spenaing several days in Louisville Mrs Alice Wayne spent Friday in Louisville Mrs Ben Haydon is visiting her daughter Mrs T A Spaldt jug in BardstownS 001 John B Watben arid Mr LumAbeU of Lebanon were here Mond y and Tuesday Mr John A Polin has accep- tEd a position for three mouths fwith the First National i3ankJ Judge I H Thurmah and Mr Kent Smith pre attending the sth4stfowatChicagoJi Ill Mr R L Parrott left yester J day to spend a few months at Henderfionville N 0 Miss Ethel MoClaskey of Bloomfield iis4 visiting Mises Lucy and Vela Brown f Mr G ii Duncan was in Louff isville yesterdayfj Mr Hood Cunningham who has been ill with pneumonia is able to bOut again Mrs Frank Lanham of Louf isville attended the funeral of her grandson Earl Hardesty Miss Roe Montgomery of Lebanon is the guest of Miss Mabel Tbompson this week Mr Cbas Hardesty of Louis yille attended the funeral of his nephew Earl Hardesty tt Miss Aileen Harmon of Shel byvillo and Miss Emma Hughes J1 of Cincinnati spent the week end at the home ot W 0l McCbord Miss Lizzie Ledof Perry ville VB at holme Thanksgiving Mr aid Mrs Chas McDowell of Danville are visiting Mr and Mrs W McCbord Those attending school who spent Thanks ivjngr at home were Dudley Robertson of Lou isville Ben F Simms Harry Bhuliz John U Shader rrand Parker Medley of St Marys Hattie Arnold of Caldwell Louise Tucker Emma Polio Grace Shehan and Bessie Smith of SK Catharines Pro J ck McChord and John S McElrov of Centre College spent theThanksgiving holidays at home Ml and Mrs Oscar Curry tooK their little daughter to ILOU IS vil e to consult a specialist and returned home very much encouraged Mr Theodore Lea hman of Greensburg has visiting relatives here beer Card of Thanks jj We desire to thankpur frionds and neighbors for tn a 11acUiior iudness and assistance during the illness anq death fourlIttl- AndrewThomson 8 son MS and MRS W A THOMF rSON fl t PAINFULLY BURNED in14llsbor4i4eighi tltji i Fatal J 0 fM rs Lucinda Cjcinougfir who liyed in the Piflsborj disj trictwas tel ribly burqd on lasJ Sunday when her home also burned Mr Bjgdr Settles and family who had been Iivkwith her had gone from home for the day About twelve 6cJtckshe was at temptngto cook some dinner when in some manner her clothes becfame iignited The fire burned rapidly and gOUtii he was envelJ oped in flumes which caught to the house R alizicg her helpV lessness and peril the old lady screath1ingattracting the attention of neighbors who came to her resII cue When they reached the scehe they extinguished the fire on her clothing and prevented her going into the burning buildI ing which was beginning to fall j inSh was intent on saving her trank in woich there were some valuables An examination revealed the fact that she bad been seriously and probably fatally burned to the bone apd her head and face were mlso burned Her hair was scorched from her head She now suffers great pain and is in a delirium Owing to her advanced age is little hope of recovery thereII Police Couit Monday was about as busy a day in the police court as the Sunday previous was a disordert at ly one in the vicinity of Hocker town On Monday when the court house bell rung and Judge Noe took his spat octhe bench mt1 court in Louisville as the long train begvn to wend its way to he court house- Henrietta Calhburi a famous police court character and Matt tie and Eliza Mclritire all ce Lrnes had engaged in a general Su day and each miruron and tue trimming i After the trialS Marshal Grace charged Lucy Clay with conducting a blind tiger land informed a negro woman of Bardstpwn who hast been hc guest during the summer that it was ttrine for her departure to her home CHILDREN SANTA is coming with the biga gest load of good things wanda funny things he ever carriedm He has lots for al write him a letter what you want and hang o stocking and bo readyready and get all ho brings oJol Call and sea hirn at litP J Thomas GretBargain Sale l rJIam clQsi gout my entire stock for the season Evpry Yposed1 am therefore offering ladies Emisses and childrecs hats at and below cost Now is a hne chance to get a flue hat at a cheap price MBS MlLLTCAN Over Peoples Deposit Bank Notice All persons having claims against the estate of Mary J t Birch deceased will present same to me properly proven on orb foreJan 1st 1909 also all perhsons knowing themselves indebted to the said decedent will callq and settle promptly EnD BIRCH Administrator l Jr FOR SALEj JJ l Mj farm situated on the I1exasj j and Mackville pike 1 miles from tT containing 165 acres to be burveved This farm is known as the Jas Cregor farm and has on ita good dwelling newly repairedoutbuildI I cellar and cistern all ings new 2 bafna will hold about 6 acres of tcbacco a nice young earllhlsschool and ccjnjveniant to churches and is hi pigh Ftats of cultivation all in gpass but abouti 12 acres and is well watered with two never failing springs c BFOPE I 1 Ji 01 WE ARE SHOWING IWeI It I QverII l j I for Men Women and Children I ic 1kL1k i PUBLIC SALE FRIDAY DECEMBER 17th 10 oclock M on my premises wo miles eaist of the bridge on the Springfleia and Willisburg Pike IviIi offer for sale the following property Two good farm horses 1 good farm- arcbrood mares 5yero1d mare yearling lilly 1 Ked Bird weanling colt 1 Hackney weanling colt one yeatliog miTe 5 2jear old mules 30 good ewcs and one Uck 1 nice year ling helfc 250 bthels of corn about en tons of haypnd a lot of farm im plements TermsAll sums under 10 cash Over 1Oon twelve rnOnthstime with note bearing 6 per cent interest wtith good personal security JTHOS DJJJfCAN M CAMPBELL Autionee- rAdrnikiistitorsi Sale As Administrator of Thomas W Reed I will at his llate home near VlJi burg Ky on THURSDAY DECENIBEB prQmpty at one oclock offer for sale to the highest bidder sever head of live stock a large amount of corn farming impe ent and household and kitchen furniture Terms made known ndayosale1 Dont Be Hopol ess about yourself when youre crippled with rheumatism or stilT jointsof Bourse you have tried lots of things and they fatted Try BallardsSnow Liniment it will drive away all aches pains and stiffness and leave ou as well asyonfever were Sold by Red Ct oss Drug r- eOIJGMEN EARN TELEGRAPHY j Take Advantage of Out Special Offer J Life Scholarship in TELEQRAPHY TYPEWRITING AND RAILROAD AGENCY reduced tq45 and 8250 of fctulents railroad fare paid BOYS this is YOUR OPPORTUNITY to learn a firstclass trade that pays a good salary every month in the year Excellent board at low rates Newnan delightful climate 8000 Inhabi tants moral surroundings Students uatfy in 4 to 0 mouths Our gradu ates POSTIVELY GUARANTEED POSITIONS paying 45 to 65 per month to start on Easy and pleasant employment rapid promotion Di plomas awarded GREAT DEMAND FOR TELEGRAPH OPERATORS Write today frI our free 64page it lustrated catalog which gives fun particulars Southern School of TeIegrapliyj Box 272 NEWNAN GA Wa Ji- MyFURS Hu1aRd 7ari WMl i Zjynew NootMayApp1W1MOrlistand l y a I 0 t The largest linB Or f 6n aRd Bi utSand OverGoatst ver shown in Sprjng field frorh 5 td 2500J rbJ Halest I eats nd fenes 1t j A 9 S I as Y2M i 4 Coffle ad See sailtA II- i Hhcorne to ttJKATIE HERTLJEN tf 1iand has brought somethingfor everytbody i Pianos Sewingi MachintsrBeiii Ms55 r lnstrumcntrShootiift Galhnu aid a i d- i little of everything V f i 1 41w t C l4aLOfflek d ft r t e i t fto f1 iS ztTnn TAPP 4 J SucceMor to Wharton Jb Tapp J i LEADING LIVERYMAN t1tt t i iiJf 4 x 4 fi j Horses fed and properly cartd rIiIirises buggies carriages and other lf 7 t hire Safe driving horses and veiIkksI f any and all casions for hire r 4 4 1 l Embroidered Linfcrl Ahy girl who embroiders may pos scss dainty Iingeriethls year for the work Is quite simple and the garments may be bought already stumped garjmcntagarjj are stamped dn the vuf- lies the edges ot which are gallopedt In buttonhole stitch- Conventional lscroll designs and lit tle traveling vines realso good There Is really no end to the pretty trimmings that njay be put on tin gtrie and the glrlwho can design her own patterns Is particularly fortunate for she it In whO can have distinction and character In nil the pieces Butterflies make a ra st charming design esppclalfe vhea bits of lace or drown work lire useiTin the wings A girl who has never done fancywork vrlll flpd tlia wlth a little Btructlou and patient work she cra embrpWcn lihgerifi and Ulopsea that Iif bought In the shops would cost lurtt turns iiMy Oent Lik Rats The tortohNT hows n greHtw dteHk 10 and f rJijtrUu ibaa Tuy utbtr Bll hint Tw ntyfoflr bonN or nwwe MI tort ratatls IfeV URJulutJCOft torto4tff- makf 3 for Kuolur Oa brlgDU ci umruliiK wlMMi lICIt Allntldl IItttrtttMF itLrirm inartnit for tl1u mttMflq bif ttcte YbPR that hsppeai tht li IrIIOW that rala will come ibjrvtfwNr Ai day Kuioli M a ruK It WMN jni I turreIgtL 1aiiIMip tfo man M rtaHJ liUtwd nduilU It I 4 r i lWi FOUGHT WITH HIS 1Oft jT- Ai t AMHrAi Passs lwsui W r TlIl There are tIm w thI t tile tap KN e tWL Jrr bcttte o CMIssga t jr who wss e T a k tfIaeLWrsd t phssup tIL UiI Uoscras ucnil tby oiar rejjr jqentral WUlkfc WM ist ft flM k fr lI tb gsti- kt ke atSarrest far the pi taL- U rJani4 III l jp1 T consider y kvt y r aeth- Isl trld p 7p 5OSI1 I wI 1 a1rret was i u Oe U 111kMs 1i rLI come aud1SIIt 14 4siir craiw I WM ne to =IIeJf B4 IrWrest 7 Qf eovrse f J ylT W JT I 4 lilt F be ti bI1T- MBiit ssr eapoewaited fsi eoaa itJate mis t YSU AN lWIIIH sr t- YN J M rs I boysrudeh lidItScs1t dOIat apw sa 117= t7 JYiew 1I tbtlu iiad IWae Uw bq wsul kwiw bow to wkat to 4ft Mfr M J a io wttk to L UIUW1 1 eoawMB4 tsI sdfS4c aM tI IIW tt ottofe 015SNu k ip aWIIb tIed to N 4 ti the ii twnwI Aa = pr 1I1Lii rw 1 Roses and 2 S BT V A WAYME If t1 j- wi IwIIt wathii Pyu jl2 flijiQiirw A pe iw t Cb i te aid t Tvt fv tdz upon to q1 h dtit ti dtMU at tl vtsvciul to jRhlcKea nils f b atd m ptatt o1iJT1xt Jwff edep of JteW growth la tb iratlil oCiw ree I aog i Ir tud 1rHala bIDCb of tie ISvwt4 wood ft ieckIgi b rd was 1istil MirfoiM jpl41 the spring t sIstui41d owera A wWI hIrdrocueskw1yt l r4 the cabJM jrng with both sMi a knf Nwi frow which a fk pbc kti bepkea As he op i AJ iutSleft was a aIen coarntlon Y e qu kk y to the remote v ts tis eJearlB alMlto the uu 3 rgrc Ijrond aM chlckenB oU itt apd voks llf sqiawI1ng to- L bilfz jpujlrii 1tItk wtafli xmtstretcbed i If a d jPtet scare toieti g lite ground tdw 1 Jktted tb food among then JOtoe the chlcketw sad with Impar dalfty ap maay JMlmNiHIOH to be 1 karc received all the food from tfce iMd at the efcl BHUI be tbea 01Ight j a paRk wbee the sunshine fell warm f alJll pabrokeo aa4 ckMd kk eye and sst Kb trcBfeJiBc ariM that he ft s itto the telLt XlMK w rt tow of tU8HJbemgj ws k te eMI the swish ot a MMpi ike paadhy ol a hot from acroM r M fearelMd ctotk aa4 abof e all the hebbeb of MCW expectant JoyfHl 4 I 1y The day WM Bet an or Ibiary fft L eIM that wai evhieflt A boe teand against the cabinr ala t atlick lay ujKia the ground near ir h oer a saw still preeeed Its jagged 1t lcIie4k hito tlM trunk of a kalf sawn t kraaetL at the meager wood pileall l c tIMIM Jlplemens of soIl as they h fi t Nte left wlwa work waa over adII W sight before 4t l No eae came to rerame work tide BMndiCv so It was evident that 1I Iqtheiftfettt if tile eritoary was golag J irc pfp Oey graijpapr a Bhrin childish Te4ce called Mammy say fb yo to 4 Jf cewe tat fo yo clean shut Yo gwlne t l fVpM n fna ca e yo wak slower A jMBtpap moved toward the cabin pickajI 4 v iMifece A pereniptory yoke followed tHiiL Now doan yo chlllunc go fur off H oo eg yo ranpaps done fix yo1 7 s plat be Ix too Now mIn 4SAt am rn4 of the cabin a rosebush i ckwlMtred up and abovt the low l SL5 though throagh previous un eWfrtatfdlB the boys began to sidle Ii St t iewa rd thfaj keeping at inquiring look Civ tiek aWerthe wblle But not p Tt tit OM ef their hands reaobedslyly th tf teward a freshly opeaed rose did sbeIMtftce Then be said f Step dat Wasaufiton Aln yo 1 K jMMtbecdatmuimy a y all dem est I cwtee he save fo Aua Cellos mar rrJet ew oaefe done bloom alter- mummy say dat exp Wish it l iijte pttwljimtly 11dft hits mant 1 4 ItJea as BMncIpattona inorea Jes rrK I 4mt keer flats what mammy t ay aa jV all know mammy abi sayJ t twlce MacIecornSfilly Jfo I ate gwlne b telltale Bui daty wt wamuiy sat auryo know WMflByuwfgbty sot on what she say k lo k ow dat doan yoi y Washington tlooked doubtfully at hk tpt11eDey gwloe look mighty nice on vrc alla nJrcloV he said wistfully an dart akorely too many for Jes t nnrrge Idey keep openlu up nilt = M iurin thfte Mammy ala gwlne l5 erff 1uone rose fo we alls man t JJl fipattoo Yo knpwdat Marie MscIdld uot iiuswer and WashIng r ton went on persuasively t yj knaw dat two nickels I done ff make tntin tlup Made Well sifcwlm Hjvn lilt nil fo sweet stuCf an yoYe jrw ue Jiub halt An sljles ypd Jttf V look mighty flue long o one ttftu roses pinned on yo blue callker- js Ruorfly WQnlrf 5itiio besltated Dnrfl mo roses openln up sho- jisf 4tbVJwid hflan I tSS 1nu Ww mammyd car much spe felUI ltedIdnt know An inakrge Jiftrt sn Utlftlu to mtuclpnUQnnobQw IteIt yo i1Y right bout dat rose look t iI i hIlieart long o mY milker Vans I S r kon Jes one rose dat away gwlne Pi1 be rll tight bnt mln you half dnt ar t nwejet stuff tongs to me P rj Ckllluiwv cblUtins Whar yo all Ji c be ComE rttetlcate yosefs now f rit CJraupnps done fir anr gwlne up de- tuftii Tose to foller him Den 3Iose rt bmoll como long We hit de road kIer skin yollqllL Quick BOW Yp itSiSk keihineTSr Their handS were already plucking the fjrbiddea flowers but at that call f the roses fell to the ground momen 7 tarily wiifceeied In tilt sudden coaster j t F atte theN were picked up and bur jt rfcdfy cxmcealed about their tattered xl t lrtiotllf As they shuffled round tbo t ecvWaRhlngt9n slipped In behind WSdiotBpanJons But In his trepHa ii 4 be he neglected entirely to conceal V Jtt w TIM sharp eyes at the di w tiv iwIlt fctelit Pf the pritnidlng stem l5Y C JfVjiv dHtyH Fut InsIde yo sun f jtJ tiIpiti dCllded tINo tt i Mae ron i t JI1Lt tttUbeto it ruLtsh There wi ri toiimi- taveKnd lJtHt ft brokvn i1l JlM gL13Uit1 ikJJo tidn Keer nuliin fo lenztliII fprcJwlyiinlirpdl lutSlld nt 11JruJl tlcelJut tl1 an yo nils will stay rtht1Jrrb lydcrI cabin all di dUriir dny an AViwhun ton hes fevrine hop V od C uml Ma Uv l1n be Hxup But Alack hung Jmtk dnullt fully nlshty stnifcgle vldintly giilnjr onflnt itr small tH ly Sutheulyslie mb cd lL iSKtuU one o dem rocstoo jiuuu she faltered Stint Made An I pend VjiTSsly on yo to look out fo de od fli rs Oh chile chile I Her mot her spoke slowly and Xla cles bud dropped still lower Is sorry mammy she said scarce above a whisper but Idld stole one Dats de tnif Is badderndey is case I was to look out Jo dera- Yas yose bnddern dey is her inolhQr assented n reckon yo got io be punish wnss Dars dat bag o corn dat ala crack yet Yo bring hit out hyeji tin poun on hit all day Yo pap an mell go to mancipation byI ours ts An mjij all o yoV Im pressively It das any gains on while- wes oftdars gVlue be mo punishment tpmorrer The children made no reply but stood about sullenly until the old peo pie bad disappeared up tbe road toward Mnriauna where the doings were to be held loIn gwlne do a stitch o uk all eIdorin day Washington declared defiantly IIf de wood git chopped hit faa chop hitsef His companions grumbled their approval and one of thenii kicked vi clonsly at the hoe which stood near him 1An all dis fo some no counjt ole roses Washington went on Irrltnbly then Wha yo gWlne to dp dar iMacie Yo ala gwlne townkfebore jlyr f ass I be sturdily 1s wide po dis corn jes like mammy say An 1s powful shamed o mysef I is Mebbe de roses aln no count but dat ainde pInt Mammy say not tech dem Annn mammys been kopwdutdatYes they knew but not one of them was ready to admit It just yet So thej lay there scowling and digging tbett heels and toes into the sand and mak lug jeering remarks at Made Hut she f worked quietly on and at length they rose nneaslly one by one and found places in the window and inside the cabin where they swung their legs and continued to scowl But all the time they werethinklng and at length iu seeming desperation Washington pushed his way bet weeoI the row on the window seat and drop jped to the ground I declar hits sights easier to wuk ilan to sot byer long o sech grum biers he snorted 1s gwine Into dntIwood pile jes 10 de changetoIPresently one of the leg swingers on the window seat slipped to the ground and picked up the hoe An I low dat sweet tater patch has mo fun fo me dan dis crowd ihe muttered as be moved away l One by due the others thought ofIsome occupation that was mo fun and shuffled in search of it And curl onsly euougli as they set to work the rcowls nnd grumbling and discontent disappeared and it was not long ebe tare most of ihem were whistling or singing Never in the history oftbelearing had there been greater in dostry nor toward tbe end of the day greater cheerfulness When the old people returned there was a crowdv jlug line to riieett them with eager tac fonuts of the days work and With embarrassed apologies for the disobedience of the morning Laws nmassy me ejaculated mam Lay with smiles that were very near fo tears What cblHunsi dey is An all dem tatera hoed an all dat corn ounded an all dntludder wuk done My my jes to Ink1 An hits man ripatlou dny an foks nil off to de dOi InN utIIulu foglt yo chllluuRi softly Ks done got peanuts to yo ails an candy an raisings an yaller oranges Hyer removing package after package1 from her capacious pockets Now yo alls run off an bob n mancipation jes by yosefs An tomorrer yo all kin go tisbin As she turned and entered the cabin she murmured to herselfsoftly What chllluns dey Is What cbilinus dey lsM Horses and RaAniDay after day the lover of animals land stopped to pet the bakers hCHSeI which happened to be hitched at n curtain cprner at the hour when theJ ininml lover passed and the horse nj treutlYllppreclated the attention ButI ue day hIs mood changed and he snapped viciously Well of all things exclaimed the animal Joertlie never did that before Probably because you never petted him before In rainy weather said the man who knows a little bit about no esAsl you value your ten fin gers and general safety of limb dont get familiar with a horse when he IsIsoaked with rain No matter botv peaceable his disposition the nilnr makes him cranky and there Is no telling how he w ll take uurfolicited fondling Excbange The Judges Advice In sentencing a forger of banknotes to death un English judge said I can hold out no hope to you for mercy hpre and I must urgtf you to wake preparation for another world wbere I hope you may obtain that mercyI which a due regard to the credit of our paper currency forbids yon to hope for bare f i I WOMEN tf YWlto peculiar to their t IIMreceive free the MMr t a phy itfa Re ever M years ezperieaee F d d missM wiIs the diseases t theostti1tt ttidl Many tejrkirsly macrt rrornea write f a to Dr riurte w ut Gay utJirak freas k1 k tWr Ieas pythem 11JecalY IIL if to NTtMtM eaaaot de earthta B slMu Dr Pteree holds that r I sasedoas are generally seed 1I i d feet M WMIM ejieeai jn Mare eaeet should submit to theau t JBjps PlerM trieteaiat wit cere ye rictaHw yrira r el C he HIs Frie PJu herde 111 el ala the worst eL see Ir 1t elks iM tbdfk Ae pesdeetfars4uhdy gradmted lb y ses je tMkerr Mrs to priM ks every 4 t wnIIII 1dIM nereey It witf hear rraialiia t rtr 2 d se j am hued k Seeersp A L dsts y oe amiiriteli Doattakek Deat trite bud Hjepnaiary Medieal AteeeiettM Dr IU rteM J fH f tehe tiM advise eiYIIH hf weN r SS Scoffs Emulsion is awonderfnHQOdm- ediI for all ages of man kind Jt wili make the 1icaesick1yabystrong and well will give the pale anemicj girl rosy cheeks ahdrich red blood It will put flesh on the bones of the tired ovei worked thin man and will keep theaged man tOJreslstnth winter FOR SALE BfALL DRU3OISTS Sends Iftv MM of papertail tbb for par beautiful tSATlnB Bank and Chli SketchBook bank conUlai a Good Lack leJl11ISCOTT BOWNEi 409 Pearl NORMAN PEASANTS Their BreadIs Made In the Stables b the Men A farmers wife In the north ot franee may do n good pnrtofthe heavy work about thv farm but she never thinks of waking the bread That Is mans work end It Is carried on not in the kitchen but in the stable The Norman peasant eats an aston Ishuig quantity of bread He has lit tie else exiept cider for his breakt fast and supper nnd it is a very portant paphIs noonday meal as well And such queer looking bread as it is The loaves are as round and as palely yellow as the full moon They are often three feet In circumference null eight or ten Inches thick Seeing one of them for the first time you would be likely tp take it for a huge cheese Breadmnklng being only a monthly occurrence lou Nprn household the operations must be on a Tscale of con sidertibl e magnitude If thiamlly sup ply Is to be sufficient to lost for four weeks The dough lIt atways mixed In a certain Inclosed space upon the floor of the barn At other times cats dogs at poul try enjoy the freedom of thWspace but when brendmaking t meJ comes these are evicted and the poor I- sweplet us hope very thoroughly There Is no dough pun or trough The flour and water are poured gether upon the floor and the farmer and his sons or hired laborers beat the mass into the proper consistency with heavy clubs widely flattened at the ends until they 1ook something like roughly shaped snow shovels Then a lump of leaven is added and the mass Is given ten or twelve hours to rise Next It must be kneaded a process which Is accomplished with tbe feet Shod in heavy sabots or wooden shoes not the everyday shoes which are painted black but made of nnstalbed wultewood the men leap into tbe midst of the dough They jump about with agility they stamp and kick the Kppngy stuff they dance clumsy Jigs In It the stiffening dough clinging ttenaciously to their shoes It is the hardest of bard work requiring en durance us well as strength and before t is time to stop more than one vof the men will be staggering to and fro lu the pasty mass thoroughly ex uauted The dbngh Is allowed to rise a see oud time Js again soundly beaten with the flattened clubs is then put lulu great round pans and baked in the massive brick oven which stands in almost every Norman stable The bread which results is flrtu close In texture and rater dingy in color sweet but dry arid decldedlypnlntnble even to those who have seen it wade iS the month draws to a close the outer crust becomes so thick and hard hat It can only be penetrated bya saw kept for that pnrpose But this horny shell has Its use for it keeps the Interior of the loaf fairly soft aud fresh sometimes for several months Youths Companion j A Use For he Jail Winkleborough Is a flourishing little seaNgnnlwosteveryn good prices A visitor to that delightful spot last policemnur some misdemeanor and curious to know the reason of tbe chastisement he went over to the guardian of the peace Whats he done constable In quired the visItoraPlcklu pockets sir Let me catch Ira nlll ngin an Ill give lm a rare good hldtuV But why didnt you run him inT Ruu Mm In retorted tthe policeman nnybodLet for JodginsLxudon Answers W llack on the Ballet The late Lester Wallack once told a story of his still more fatuous father James W that an either nu actor or a manager hi could never tolerate the ballet even where It was seemingly necessary according to ustow2Ls part of no eu rtalnmeut or in the opera One day there came to him a friend a man nbbut town who raId sly dear Wallack It Is very curious that you do not see the liiitles of Imagination shown by thesposcs of the ballet Go lug on in this strain the visitor at lust wore out the 11 btice of the nctor innnager whorep1Jei- LOok here lIt iad pnough to stand these absurdities in iiu opera but though I can comprehend pconle sing Ing their jots Ium hanged If can their dantlng theIr giiefs s1iflu ltiiy rinTMfrniu In Ilaly fni stii ig n btitlccinf wimr out ot the Sit The reporter luii hed He though that the nuirlst t on tin liler was Jnk Iny but the tourist resiuiud Its u fet You cant draw wate out of the Italian seats without a per nUt The Idea is to prevent your dodg lug the salt tux Salt you kuow w rery heavily taxed lu ijtaly its a government monopoly You buy It only in the government tobacco shopsa nickel a packnge vest pocket size And the ixoverunwnt wont let you monkey with sn 1IIe T rest you extract the Kill trout it t FWHATISWORH Up to Date Girls Are Wearing laws en Their Stocking Som very up to dale girisare wear Ing tiny bows of ribbon set tltIIt two 1nchcapartniI the way up the fronts of their stockings Instead of having the hoke embnililerod The ninn con servative hnyju the bows or the wune color as the stocking hut occixlonally there is seen a pair In which the rib bqns contrast In color Maize colored taffeta forms a captl voting motor bonnet The silk Is laid In plaits over a frame In Ine shape of a Dutch bonnet completely covering the head at theSidesaud In the back Along scarf of Ivory chiffon Is wound loosely around Itlrpldln the center front by a big oblong buckle covered hlnIerf far as the childrens wardrobe and mothers of young children are decorat ing the hems of skirts yokes collars etc with this artistic work Dug collars of velvet are especially pretty when embroidered In tiny rose 6 A LONG EJ11ONO buds and flowers or a spray pf foliage In natural colors Tbe kimono that is without fullnesi at the shoulders is always well liked It takes becoming lines Is easily made and easily slipped on and oft Such a Ulmomr is shown in the cut- JDD1C CHOLLET This May Manton pattern is cut three sizes small 32 or medium or large V or inches bust measure Send cents to this otllce giving number and It will be promptly forwarde to you by mail If In bane send an addi postagewhich MILLINERY GOSSIP v Novelty In the Quill LineTke Tri cornc a Popular Shape There is u in veity in the quill line that may failure to some extent in millinery as Fold weather comes on This Is a narrow strip of fur mounted along tbe spIne of the quill Agray eagle quill fpr example has a spine orblack fur Oqe of the popular trlcorue models Is shown in ii hat of heavy white moire faced with black velvet Right across jbe front Is a band of black velvet and gold and laid against the crown are two pairs of wings white onesiald over a pair of pale yellow One of the prettiest of the beaver hats is in a soft shade of gray The brim is turned back sharply across the front and fastened to tbe crown with Mercury Vlugs The new feather tints are In great variety together with plumage toques These hats are lu simple shapes with ATAfeathered trimmings to tone or In X contrasting shade The demand justt now seems to bel for skirts that are plaited In one way or another Ilio skirt Illustrated meets tirl demand for fullness It la cut with sfx giirti and there are ex tensions below till trimming straps avulch Is laid In plaits Jll10 CffOILET jThis May Manton lpattern cut In sizes from to Inches wplst measure Send cents to thin oitlce Rlvlhi number lila and it will bo promptly forwarded to you by malt It in baste send an addl liotiBl two cent stamp for letter ppstaee KMcli Insures more prompt delivery Told the Truth Why are you sore at Miss Bkreacb er i When she was urged to sing Same thing at tbe party last night she said Oh cant slug Well Well she went ahead and pcoved It Cleveland Leader Her View of It Therp was n time said the old in habitant when that piece of property sold for asoiiff Really replied 1he grand opera prinia douunnow very expensive Washington Star Knew Her Style Suitor But you havent dmeyet whether or not cam make a liv lug for your daughter Father Never mind Henry If you ninrry her shell see to that Chicago News lettEr Late Than Nevtr I hasntIestI aban1iouetl r I r Why SuDer Jfre you one of tKe Housancls of women who suffer from female ailments Ifso dont be discouraged o to your druggist and get a bottle of Wine of Oardui On the wrapper are full directions for use During the last half century Cardui has been xemedyfordependedTak CARDU I IN It Will Help You B1wrifese meBeforeIwouidtoyotirmedcini1AT ALE DRUG STORES The Foundered Horse proIOne attack of luiuinitls always disposes to a subsequent attack undf with horses that have been foundered great care should be taken that they are not overdriven or subjected to In ordinate coucussloii No matter bow slight the attack adiorse that has sue fered from laminitis Is always to be f considered unsound In acute laminitis there are certain systematic symptoms of a febrile char actor which assist materially to a diag nosis The respiration is quickened the pulse Is full strong and frequent sad there Is often profuse perspira tion The feet are hot qud there maybe a slight depression or sinking above the coronet In a few hours the core nets become full the puiliness often extending as high as the fetlock and the arteries of the pastern throb In a manner easily felt on handling When the fore feet only are affected the ani mal stands with them well in front of him and resting upon tIlto heels tthe Mud feet are placed very much for ward so as to take as much weight off the fore oues as possible It is a diffi tilt matter toi get the horse to allow sine foot to be lifted because of the great pain caused when Increased weight Is put on the opposite foot He is very much disinclined to move awl when he ila made to begoes stiflly and on the heels The weight Is never brought forward over the toes on ac count of the greatt pain due to compression of the Inflamed nnil theIand sensitive structures nt the part of the hoof The action Is nlwnysl rninpcd and the want of movement uives rise to the Impression town inexperienced observers that the muscles of the shoulder and chestt wlthjIl t HIJ1Jrlncfrortlnl1allulIqtlon hugs hence the term chest fotiiidtrI n purely conjectural tern the condl tlon which It Is supposed to describf Tiaving no existence In fnct S S CJamerou in Ametjcan Culllvntor THE CENTURY I PLANT It Blooms Says a Florist Every Twen It lThel u large broad leaf sometimes two or three feet long and several inches thick where they branch from the conIter There arc two varieties one the variegated and the other green The only difference Is that tthe variegated has a white stripe along the outer ed of the leaf Both bloom every twenty eI five to forty years A stock eight or ten Inches In diameter shoots up from the center to a height of UfIteen or twenty feet and around stock cluster small blossoms They are j neither pretty nor fragrant They were formerly supposed to bloom once in nthundred years The nearest thing to a century Jtlsinevery twentyfive years or so The flower Is large very beautiful and has a dellghtfurodor One pleat mayhave several blossoms but each flower oiily one night InMtsI There is no such plant as a century euctus1 The caVtusesthut many have mistaken for century cuetujses viltI bloom In four or live years If kept un tier glass or about seven years If not in a hothouse Because they are so long in blooming suppose they been called century cactuses andhaeI millie has been handed down until it Is considered the proper term forUlem They bloom yearly after the liMit hillS some appear They are just an urdlj nary cactus Jut the have a pretty frugruur flower Seattle Tluien Tteisiflis hal Kidney rrolbl and Neyer Suspect Rt How To Find OutSFill a bottle or common glass with your ater and let it standtweutyfour lioursIa sediment Uingindicnlesp11 unbealthyconIe idInesi Ievidence desire i too to pass it or pain in the back is also Convincing proof that the kidneys uid bladder are out of order What To Do There is comfort in the knowledge sc often expressed that Dr Kiltnerf SwainpRoot the great kidney remedy qUills every wish in curing rheumatism pain in tIme back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it or bad rffects following use of liquor Wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant ne gqofleduringtimes during the night The mild end the extr oldilUlry effect of SwampRooi 1fori tressing cases If you need n mnedicin- yowshiould hiavethie best Sold bt drugtt gists in fiftycent and oneUollnr t You may have a sample bottle and f t lllriiJaoontitInlmton N Y When KoaeofSwampRoot I writing mention this paper and don t make any mistake but remembr the name Jj r Kilmers SwampRooi un4 the address Bingbamton N V CAVALRY ON THE MOVE They Usually Travel at a Walk While on a March CAREFUL OF THEIR HORSEs Reasons Why a Tiot or a Gallop Might Prove Disastrous to the Animals The Wagons and Supplies Going In to Camp at Nightj People unfamiliar with the marching of troops frequently have the Impres sion that mounted troups usually rat el nt a trot or gullopiwhlle ou n march In tie cavalry however tUt jntit is usually u walk There lire reasons why It Is not adt visabje for cavalry to trot or gallop ou its road miirehis Tin trooper is re quired to carry his three weapons rifle pistol dad sCherover a hundred rounds of ball ammunition bis bran kcksheltcrtent cniueen extr i borse shoes and sundry other articles nil jof which add considerable welghuto that of the trooper This weight is inure or less oonccn trated at comparatively few points In stead of being uniformly distributed over the horses back so that at u trot In sJllte of ull that may be done to avoid It the cpnmxslpn at certain points Is considerable and if kept up tends to develop blisters and sores ouI the horsps back which may Increase until the animal is nl longer lit to use As the supply department t iirulshea but one horse to euli trooper differ lug In this respecttt from the mounts of the cowboy who has as many as be wants n constant vlslhiuce is required pa the part of the ruptalnl whiieon long march in order to keep his horses senlceable and prevent his troopers from becoming dismounted This he accomplishes in part by marching jit a walk whenever the cir cumstances will adiultit By means walk we make four miles an ofI Cgptaln William K Flynn U ltbe in Forest and Stream and as twen t1e miles Is considered a fair days march it is thus n ade In about seven hours considering the necessary halts The wagons carrying our supplies can- go no faster than that and there rarely any ajjvautuge in teaching ones camping ground very much in advance of the wagoulj- It is customary wlth Individual tour Isis awl campers upon making camp 1to turn their horses loose und cither to watch them or else trust to luck In the matter of Gliding them again We arc not permitted to do this in the ajuiy We always mean to provide grain for our animals on the march uyd when wv are unable to buv tiny 1en route and tuns have to rIysiwn grazing we put eari horse out on a ropt fastened to n picket pin drlri the ground Outthe umrch each Amounted man carries his lariat nnd pin attached to his saddle and us soon as he unsaddles hisIgniuudjujwn which tograze ThepIus are changed once or t wire durJng the even- Ing und as the horse stays all night op his rope he gets n pretty fur vhiuive at the gross after ulh awl when ej want hlmlu the morning we can him Ifbe horses having been unsaddled deposed ofthw men then put their shelter tents A shelter ttent is QI convenient little affair made ln two halves to uccouitiiodati nlcely iwo sol fllprs Each soHller carries his half mid his pole with Him on hla blanket soil attached to lilt saddle so tis soon as he unsaddles fie run select Ills ti blniUle and put up Ills tent The1 of ficers tents art wall tents curried In tillItilt wugons cdme As soon us that tnfces Cilice details of men put up thtcoUliers tents get wood ami water for flucooks and laltei lbuild their lire antUait oiua theII almut uuifitiK suiWr siuhrs l1k have thiTi f IKwHi t ioleu hut let tee still they upiuur to like Itt prompt ly cooked and that fcu nip cook Is al ways popular who yells Comb and get It Just u little sooner than It is expected Ou the march we tuitbiit two tnitftls u day Aftef breakfast the xoulb give each tnan a liberal sandwich of Ijacofa and bread This the mau lujisoses In his nieafcan and wiieu hi gets hun gay eats IL This ctiiistlnites hIHI day neal I Supper over if guard is postt dt to look out for the safety pf the camp Olid tileother muiijiiipitally rone t fUeU build rousing tire gjitlier nuud It awl amuse ithemselvrx y slii Intr UU lug yuriifS tud eMu klnjr Jik upo each other till iKdtinuv ivhleji nmies pretty early with uiun on the lurchi JThe officers till III Jim dUll hi about 1Ifly on the rttadthat early rIsing Is es sential The guaitl rwiises the tMoUs long before fuyllsihl nail by tIlt tithe the Imrses are ffed Itiul hriishid oft the cook aUnpuiiies lireakfast f After reukfunt the tents are ukt1i hIihvfl wnElUl4 puelicl till RuUItIl the i4iIuui etuo more on ttill lufrth lILII t 5 iI Fireless1 ooker Free l To Users of MOTHERS CEREALS t VOU may rest all atterno n if you have a Mothers Oats Fre e Fireless Cooker in the house- supposeyopfallasleep when your husband comes h o me and wiphavetodo1s Fireless Cooker and take out the per- fecdycookedand steaming hot dinnthatwill be alt y ready Nothing ani burn or boil over put tbe Mothtri oairwisciker Itc c tat YeojinalJWi one fjccvoIlVI114 0 4t j MeIIt ciP4sH4tsr J4thcaphIS MaCsMMitJsedCt JIa4w l Aikyouriioce tdoesttepVthICI Ceift1 aWtc h we itl 1yse k1l Srec rap GREAT WESTERN CEREAL COMPANY OW r CJtJCGalPITTSBURG ALBAy ST LOUIS t M OO i Do You Want roB 4A FARM v r iJi We can sell you one any SlZeany tpcatipD any price We are ready at all to show you Cuji i arid see us About ft v I 100 FARMS ffI s T indur hands See partial lit J6Jl r ftNo 160 acres 5 miles from Lab rJnf 5 miles Sprlnj fieldrii Sro m good repair 3 barns plenty of grass plenty efwater all under good fence Price 35000 per acre iNo 2 237 acres six miles from Springpeld on good pike 2 dwelling houses 2 stock barns9O acres new land plenty oft l gras plenty of never faflingwtteral1 under good fene No 3 1 9S acres 1 mile from Springfield 2 dwelling floa ei 2 dwelling houses 2 barns plenty of waterahl of 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except acres plenty of wateji telephony and rural r route fine stock tarn 60 square p enty of tobacco land Price sio per acre t I10 96Ji acres 3 miles from Springfield close to school 6 dwelling injgood repairj tobacco barn 36x64 good stock bars r good fence plenty of locust posts Price 3300 r 11room Lake BQSeYi t t liLIitfIL TELEPHONES I MR FARMERMake your home as modern for lOW family as3 cito aesidence and place yourself in a positi H to get the laest market qu jtations at anytime ThU cair Sbe accomplished by means of our telephone service whickl you and your neighbors con get for a sum that issmaltcoSpared with the benefits received Call or addfetf oar mear est ffia or trite direct tj healjujirters Na vjllejtCemi j fr information reirardins oar special FABilERaiCiiNE rae If yu are nat at prejsnt eajoyln telephoneservicp we ianilaznedIatelyliiterhstyou Qur lines cover tiieStatei j oi Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana And tkte southern portion of Indiana and Illionis i I CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH C0xrANyfe Incoroprated Women Suffer Agonies from DiseasedLJpdneys AndI Most Women Do Tfii NotogthstJReal Cause of thek C4adkk t T These poor suffering women theirIUsuallyJkidneys hud are ro eponslble or largely sa And Jn blac1IenemUngslckhegroin and limbs bosti4sand swell lag of the extremities extreme nehrousness or hysteria listless nessnnd constant lined wornout feeltag are almost certain symp tons of disordered diseased kidneys bladder and liver DeWitts Kidney Bladder Pills have in thousands of coses been demonstratedllSretnarknbl1 beneficial in all such conditions of female organism affording the most prompt relief and permanent benefit As an Illustration of what these Pills wlijCo Mrs P 11 Bray of CQlumbuq TV cx that she was very ill vL cy trouble and thaV she Ja r veil and that these Fills are vrt cifrod liar They are ver aasant to take aRTdeJas sytcpy alohp1lc51lguI prep f tht Jn t1dI dtinp OnCe Given wdm wfr Gills JI 1 1Ii ysaJ J times dwelllnfr in 51I grass good IQOaqre 40 repair lO ft and and arauoat are apt to do E C DeWi tt ic Co lilntpi tg want evry mak aM wo WW have the ieeet iikMare iMicted witk hIybr dISIS tana a trial Vw ot HMW MBt free bjr rvtom I x pid Dslttoda Se SOLD 6Y RED ORCS8 DRUG STORE c The West Southwest and Northwest VIA 2 TRAIIM rdjjSjjri IMItt MltY g- ST iTbuislla ll miimii tMMrta Tksk t on Beil Fhwt and Third Tuesday In ell Month Hrn mH 5 IHura fro