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News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, May 26, 1910. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1910 new1910052601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, May 26, 1910. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. 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1 t rf 4f is i 1 f I 1tIJjMv i Thrs a aoJarwe atrJ fDeaiD a 1eu- iJ sri ii- Saiii IaeTariousT WLen tiTtit yuu wuIDcnitlte r io I oM- dt1Jt1lDn btKt1 a 7 5rt r ZTE NEWS= tI3ADEk II MORE CROPS RemedY Eor High Coi t of Livinf Say Railway PreHdent Fromvery 4arter and from ivtry dep rtaient of busineMf MtivUy of tbe iifctipn there has b tH coming dtiring the past six KMtUM protect Agatottt and luixid M inquiry as to the cause of tb dUturbing Increase in the Mi oX tboce things that rf vrje wjrniaed Mi the prime necessities of Ute ftkfc things that the ricbeat and poorestt must have in order to live e Oongreis has suggested investigation Organization among consumers pledged to abstain from the use of meat are being formed and yellow journalism fry scare headlines is adding fuel to the flames of hysteria The aepartment of Agricultare iis conducting an examination try ing by analy zing the elements which rom the producer to the consumer make up the ultimate cOt to ascertain whether or not undue or unreasonable profit is IjJeing exacted by any one Great movements are being inaugurated by labor unions to se cur iJ1 Jeaed compensation and the ground upon which these de mands br requests are based is the increased cost of living Various causes have been as signed for this phenomenal rise in values The partisan of free trade charges it to the tadffJ Thestatesman whose stock in trade is in opposition to large combinations of capital in any line ol business promptly charges the trusts with respon sibility for the thing that Is troubling all The political economist noting the great and continuous increase in the worlds production of gold since 1896 when that metal became the basis formeasuring all values in this country knowing that as gold accumulates and augments in banks and in the treasuries of the nations its purchasing power grows gradua lly less and therefore the value of everything measured in god au4 exchanged for gold in en hanced suggests this as the chief cause of the great increase in thtf cost ofl iving Each factor named has un questionabiy exerted some inr llu nee but a closer analysis of the increase asi applied to differ ent commodities and a little ore compredensiye view will x b nkf show that the facts earned are negligible as compar d with the fact that the pro luction of the farm as rapildy oeing oyertaken by consumption In a general way the relative mcrease in price of the commod tiles aicomparedwitbi farm products is shown by a report nadeby Mr George R H Dimes enief of the division of proaucr iiih and distribution of the De artnentOf Agriculture who jpeaking the increase in price of farm products since the market raised in values began says hIt farm animals and krm jrops are ombtned particularly wheat the generall average advance in pric for all oij them is 7 per cent In the m4ntirne jail commodities ipcreasd ln1Y 23 per cent so it is aseetained that there has been a tendency tt crops and animals on the farm fco increase in value per unit at A much faster rate than all commodities have increased These statistics show that the tfailure to increase the product jf our farms in anything like the ratio of increase in consumption iis exerting more than three times the effect upon the cost of bring than all other Causes com oiaed For the purpose of compari on bear in Mind that during he past ben years the farm price if farm products wheat oats arley t rye potatoes beef pork jotter lard bacon constituting ne absolute necessities of life how an average increase of 87 percent From 1899 fo 1909 the prices itf steel rail Bes emer pig steel oflteUi bat iron and wire nails ripdiCed largely by the United St 4 8tML 0orporlion show- tcreae a i of 9 per cent Birb 4w1rsssedby be tJ mart by tbn jipusands of car f SPRINGFIELD SS WASHINGTON COUNTY L KENTUCKY MAY 26 I1910 JiflOPUYtAH t Ir b5Sloads shows a decrease d f27 pefcenL Window KIlN shows a decrease of 80 210 per cent Sugar as sold by thA great refineries orutrustgtt if iou please shows a decrease in the lagt ten years of 3 per cent- One of the best indications of prugperity for an individual or a nation is thattbe individual or tEe nation produces and sells more than it buys that the ag gregate of all transactions re suns in briDgininmoneyrAthe- Ithii payihg it out and here pc curs anotbetisharp and signifi cant cotttrast between the ex ports of agriculture and thbsaof manufacture In 1899 we produced more than three ancionhaf billion bushels oi corn whatoats rye and barley including flour and corn meal and We exported something more than lour Jhn d fed and seventy million bush els In1909 we produced more than four and onehalf billion bushels o these cereals but other ex ports had dropped to less thau 0ge hundred and thirtyfour mil lion bushels In other words oujc exports of these products of tie farm in 1899 exceeded those of 1909 by 215 per cent Oar exports of beef and its products for 1899 wxceeded those of 1909 by 72 per cent and the export of the product of pork in 1899 exceeded those of 1909i by 89 per cent- Briefly but broadly tated hese statistics show that the great increase in cost of living is caused very largely by tbetre mendous increasja in the price of everything raised on the farm that other contributing causes are elatively negligible factors and they also show that in spite of the fact that this great increase in price of these prune necessaries olife has increased the cost of labor fully 33 per cent q economies in administration operit1rng and disposing 6f their product the great corporations or trusts if you please areI maintaining average prices lower than obtained adecaae ago and oy these same economies andI methods are yearly increasing their sales abroad offsetting to a great extent our rapidy diminishing export of agricultural products and to this extent pre serving our ebalan e of trade For nearly twenty years by many decisions the courts have been interpreting the antitrust lawof 1890 Gradually iits relation to an effect upon the commercial and manufacturing interests of the nation is being defined An ear ly decision of the of the Ameri caq Tobacco and Standard Oil cases already submitted 4o the supreme court should give a final interpretation to that llaw Pending such decision I believe he business of the country cant conducted efficiently and with out serious embarrassment and upon its announcement believe every interest wU1a ceptitt cheerfully and comply with it completely lihave statedlfihat inmy opin- Ion the great increase in the cost of living is caused very largely by the startling increase in the prices of the prQilucts of the farm The reasonior this increase in pride is as simple and at the same time as inexorable as the law of supply ansi demand If those responsible for the t Unspeakable folly of the meat boy cott hal referred to the reporttJ of tbeAgricultural Department they would have learned that on January 1 1910 there wire be tweed eight and nine million less meat ptod ucing animals on the rereonJanA teterance to the report of Ithethis1ouutry 1 tutiat in January 1910 than in tile same month of 1909 The seriousness of the situa tion can not be overstated An alarm should be souaded from the Alantic to the Pacific and from our northern boundaries to the gulf arousin the farmers to the countrys necessities to their own opportunities and possibili tesW 0 Broim iny Centrall Banker Chicago Ilh An deaIJiUbiud is patlenteven with anasrginjf wife forhe knows she needs telp SHe may beso n rvoM and rndown In health that tiifles annoy her If she is melancholy excitable troubled with loss of appetite headache sleep leasness constIpation or fainting and dizzy spell She needs EJlectrie Bit- t rs the most wonderful reniedy for Mliflff women thousands of suffer ers from female troubles nervous troubles backache and weak kidneys have used them and become Wealthy land happy Trvthem Only SOc Satisfaction guaranteed by Hay don Robertson t Victory for Education 77Another sweeping victory was scored for education Saturday when the Court of Appeals affirmed the judgment of the Logan Circuit Court fn which the Court says that the County Board of Education has the power and authority to use all of the money levied and collec ted for school purposes in Jite county and may use is discre tion ifts to bow the money should be spent These questions were asked Qt a construction of the law and they follow Ills the Fiscal Court required by law tolevy asuflGcient tai to raige the amount of iunds asked for by the Board ofrEducation provided such amount ffill not cents on the- yaluation of taxableroprryi subject to taxation for school purposes and SI poll or capita tion tax i or hastheisca1 CQU rt a discretion S to the amount it shall levy for the school pur pos sCan or ran not the Fiscal Court Se required to levy an ad valorem taxand capitation tax in any amount for the purpose of PJi32alebt Incurred for any purpose by any school district prior tto the time the act of 1908I went into effect for the purpose of paying the balance duet on any schoplhousebuildidg legally con tracted for prior to the going into effect of the act 1908 but not fully paid for at the time is such debt one against the Bo rdv of Education and to whichthe funds received by it Irani the tax laved by the Fiscal Ourt may be subjected or is such debt one that must be paid by the individual district incurring same prior to the tioie that the nat of908 went into effect Is the Fiscal Court required by law to make a llevy upon the estimate made to it by the Board of Education and to levy the amoun asked for by it upon the estimate irrespective of the character of itemi submitted by the Board of Education or has the jFiscal Court the rjgbt to ingjqirei into such estimate and ascertain whether or not the itn1 s thereof constitute a llegal demand against the board- Efreryguestori asked is an awe ed by the Court construing the law giving alt the power to the Board of Education for the purpose of bettering education conditions in this state Rich mond Climax 1 To Wool Grower We are now in the market for woolandare paying the highest cash price Mr Robert Thomp son will receive and grade the woorafcMcClure Mayes ware house every Saturday r McClure Mayes Robert Thompson One Ds for Coughs Children cough at night Give them Ayers Cherry Pectoral Often a single dose at bedtime will completely control the cougLjCo d for anyone with a cold or cough Good for easy cases haixl cases good for acute cases I chronic casts Ask you doctor to tell you honestly and frankly just what he thhks of this oM standard remedy No akohol in this cough medicine jeA1 llMIIII A tecy Mvtr maAtti a key boy An Active braiii dimiajf n actvMYer No IMtt JuattiI for boys asd girl than A PWlAIIi r14octorM tbsrn WP r Ii GOES FREE Slayer of Prentice B6blitt Acquitted by Jury mr i Louisville v The ease of the Commqn wealth uf Kentucky vsHenrv Stites Davisoui charged with the murder of Prentice Bobjitt was tried out ion May ltb in the criminal court at Louisville Ky and the jury brought in a ver- di t of not guilty after being out an hotfr and a half The Commonwealth wa3 represented bv asistaOtcommoowealthatornejLoraineMix Hon T Scott Mayes of this place while the defendant was represented by 8 attorneys W C McChord John W Lewis and W D Claybrooke this place It took bat a abort time to Select the jury and the case was gong into at 1030 am Dr J C Mudd was the first witness intro duced by ihe Commonwealth He testified to attending Bjblitt before Ire died after being shot by Davidson He said Boblitt was shot in the abdomen and died twentyseven hours after he was shOt that the dying man old him that he walked into the Walton Fotel and asked the ner gro why he had cursed his bro ther and that the negro looked as if he Were going to draw a pistol and that lie then struck the negro and the negro shot him Numerous witnesses were in troduced by the Commonwealth but none with more damaging evidente Mr L D Brewer a traveling salesman from Indiana was the best witness for the de ififcnse he testified that he cursing he saw Davison stant dinning room and saw Boblilt come up and began abusing him and struck him with something like Baseball Dat when the negro shot He said he then led Boo Uttr to the hotel officeand tpld some of his acquaintances to get a doctor Jor himy Senator Joseph Bos worth of Midoesborp testified as to the- cbacteiof Davidson The killing occured November 16 oflast year and created eon siderable excitement in Spring field Davidson fled alter the shooting and was later rrested in Pineyille Ky and was taken to Louisville andconfined in jail and a change 6t venue was taken from Washington to Jeffer son county Y Home Cure for Eczema Does it not seem strange that Vo many people suffer year in and year oat with eczema A 26cent bottle of simple wash stops thelitch and will surely con ytnce any patient This wash is composed of mild and othiDIrbUot vrlnterdreen inik d with thymol and glycerine etc and kboJnas D Do D Prescription We do not know how long the D D b Labraor1es will continue the 2Sc offer as the remedy Is regular sold only in 810ft bottles and has never e fore been put on the market on any special offers If you want relief tonight try a bottle at 25con our personal r commend tlon Haydon Robertson The Main Question j Two men were 4isputingover their respective churchen One was a Methodist and the other a Presbyterian Finally one of them called a neighbor who was passing by and asked his opin ion as to what was better in which to be saved Well neighbor he said con and I have been hauling wheat nearly forty years now There are two ways to the mill j one iiby the valley road and the other the hill And never yet has the miller asked ktoy which road we came but he always aSksuIs tbewheat goodYEx r Why Exp fIment When Dr Bells PinsTarHoney has been tried with satisfaction for sixteen 3 ear in milltoafa of homes far coughs colds croup Md all throat and broachlal trowbles1 You can gel itaaywhertf Look for the flell on the Bottle Thsn1tHa0ed J Eyer tt Biayerrtt the 16 yes 1 old son ofMr Ja iHMr f Home IBaked Bread IV Biscuit Cake Pastryo d JfiilI 1 IIOYALjUI 1 BAiiNGt 1 = j RoyalIs Iheoa1yiaidg pwrnerai fro i Royal Grape rea OtTarta TITTII happened to an awful accident Wedo 3day afternoon which wilL make him a pitiful object there mainder of his life The yOung man had xfumped a freight train at the old Estea Mill and when tt onILumberbetween the boxfcars and in some way was jarred beneath the j wJieels when hisi left leg was angled He Was iIIi1 tonveyed to Elizabeth J Dr McChord ami e limb below the kneelThe same leg was broken the bTPJ YoTSnfT fieayer stood tha operation well and is now getting along nicely Lebanon Falco1t IHowTijsWe offer OneHuredjDollarE Reward for any case of Catarrh that canuot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure FJ Cheney Co Toledo We the undersigned haye knojen F Cheney for the last 15 yeArs and believe him perfectly honorable la all business transactions and fintu cially able to carry out any obligation made 0y his firnii Waldintr Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists To1 IiHallsnally acting directly upon the blood and mucons surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Pr1c 75cj per bottle Sold by allDruggUts Take HaPs Family Pill for con stipation SNotGuilty Ir bhilp the last week of the Jpresent tejrra of circuii court has been a busy one there has been very little business transacted of interest The case that atI tra ted the most attention was that of the Commonwealth aga nst Albert Lee chargedwith veiling liquor without license It was tried Wednesday and tbe jury returned a verdict of not guilty The case will be ape pealed whilel five others barg- Ing tha same offense were co1 tinned The indictments grew put of the regular Thursday openings whichhava b3en conducted for the past two or Its Sad Tfeiilg x for a man to lose his eye sighlk Its sadder to see him neglect Hi opportu ties to preaerv it For that rei on I offer tqearnin youreYHfreeQ charge Not a carelesi p rfuBtetory exarninalion either but a scientific and i ThEkEtTttfr You owe itto ybumft to accept ttS oft r Every day Mri fktJt y may WyefrMiljtc tewaxi ocrWw d1 ir J e 4i 11- i i Ll 1 s three yea is under the supervision so it is said of Mr Lee According to thO proof adduced at the triuIfd several moothV J prior to lastPebraarj the defen dant spent several q ysof each week in Lebanon olicitin order for whiskey whicbhfb- ought of a local distil Jinjf Urmv From September 1909 to Febru arrlQip less than fivernoath- it was sboyrn that 71 barrels wjare dfstribated and tkatthki was purchase5at 22Snir gala l6tr Up lo November 19Q9 sad at 245 per gallon from Noveipbtr 1009 to February 1910 For ft the qefendan rC fr49O 250 per gallon an a y Q I1IpaI1I Thesum of 100 wa Iwbe1I a time and where more than one barrel was hauled at avtime 75c per barrel fur each addftioa al barrell For the empty barrels returned the defendant received 10Q each After I hearing tia evidence forthe Commonwealth the iefendant asked a disiaiasal but thQ Wourt overruled the motion TOe defendant declined to testily or to introduce ay proofinf hisi OWE bebll and tba jurvWas instructed in substance as follows If they believed Iron the evidence that thedefendaat was receiving orders andmakiRg the distribution without comp n seuat on for his services they should find him not guilty if ee the other hand they btlttr ed he fOas receiving py fur his seryices they should find him guilty and fix his pun ishment tit a fine of not lest than 20 nVjnaore u100 Th jury after considering the matter but a few minutes rcturbediV jBrdict pf not guilty According to this verdict ttk defendant may now coatuu without iiblestation topthe public witb all the liqMor they desire Jf however ettrrtoi report be true ne will sot hiv the pleasure slobe svpp4yIegr the tPeopt Tbe er8tlanxious to play t Jfjit patriotjji ikiyfi 00 piwvkja to this moat laudab wortr itin a few weekf it ieliytstae- verdi others will be tnf gj ln the same busmeta oqlly haiwlliof different bra 4tt tif liqnon fras thoM dfstribiite by ue Isi d lt EGcrtt Iea Wttii UN To suffer with sore eye 1fAea MM 2S tube dfSoUt1Mrla1t4i1 Ziip S lve will crt W n it TOM rk JtJ1ac snow white Mei NoTIOEiaaOt ito r ctcbangit fcbi ftr of MNfr roy A 8hilsitIkbseee17 tG ewm Jr This ftore all reoas iadi4r tIO sq raaeFI1 as i- a1 im 1 0riUJ I Meliroy fIiri 31iSbel 7 PodCwfMifa Opa ToUcotf frownol Soott coamtjr have liadrifrraaa ooitatt lot a ma8 iIui ffattb eoort house ia Gqint Sa4 rc1T nfteraooi At 1 optock at which itisanouneo fSieai Wilib delivered bj elioelBorto1Tse sass sa4 Q4Mts Wth4kri the1- Q10 pgo1 w IUy cJat- flro ksviiIel SMardy when upIt port tB rl 1a obseeoOesm- the lt GOreto 11 i MIIg will b- eIsGrlt A be Burley Sodetj f 1 sntv fosbibi ttUi of 720 a re of lobftcco Dediia tbs openiniiof hecjahas there fir t hundred aero btioaf kt ipits of IMer Th bs dcy K 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14 tp f Meeea joha Polin end Joe ir CNriwf alleaded the JSpriagOeld QnuMl School conjiMiicement t assdy1j i t 1JJraB O VinAridiile spent heriJ iaifbJlrl fas B Noc r Mill LaTinia O Conner ap bt MondayIttx Eczsua Jd YeIs readily te rBells Aflti8ep ff tLselve Yewseean inpnjtement Jt ifttr 1e 1iit appUcaticm vW guar JT TMiteeit It ta eleai aM4 plelasant to L V L iev 25cabox HrdIIs Cbpei 1 t Will Nellis Igdbn and Hatte spent JSaSur jt 1lMra With MrsO W i hJ4b l Ofr M Urn Austin Clrk wnl iBh drtn visited relatives i ariRos Bill 1s week rh JiteT G W Fenwick and iMiiJbiir Ada were tbe guest r r ioTMm OllJa Barker Thursday r J Mr Charlia and Porter Goodet L t rwithMr John I aiifsZcBrewer andfson reit iMysatPeHn itv fMrLsonard and Miss Nina 7 MriffamilytSat 1 v j rtlliy night with Mr Frank lAYer r Mr JbahuaI and LewiS Begley i pet Siinday affceraoon with tiSKrlIarlford bogsdocu t 7 7Jirs Beititt Caniry spent Sat L 1 urda snar8Eldawlthjelatives t thettirdsy i tj ar wrYii I NpNeed to Bother With illorneBaking Any More bie forty expehTJakers 6t the Grocers Baking Company of Louisville will now work for you at Sc a day 8 Isnt that better than bakinff In the kitchen stove t Ic1snowpossb1e tdstCu right In thfseity the famous Dolly cidbikedIlii the giant sanitary ovensof the Grocers Baking ttCoianaaThi brd fresh every morning is rushed tj iis by first express Nckour store almost as quicdy as xeacltesHhe grocers right fioily Breadk made with matt and bakedin superheated steam oinsThat is why it tastesso good and that Is why it is so easily digested Give this bread the taste ttest tomorrow VJ Serve this delicious bread with any ordinary kin t Let your 7 folks decide which is best l 4 We knoWwhat the answer will bewe know they wiil like bread in live steam and made with malt v 1baked tSOLDBY r MEl n itUD fV d I 1JIprHigid t KY T pse whodia d at the hum of Mr and Mrs Bud Coffee Sun aay were Mr and MrsCee BUtt and children Mr and Mrs Lojd Fenwic and children and Mr and Mrs John Paddocks and ton Hurmao Mr and Mrs Stanley Fenwidk andl danghter Wauetta Mr rLeonard and Mise Nina Pen wick spent Sunday afternoon with the family of S G Lo don Mr Bdd Brewer spent Satur day with relatives at Polin Miss Lena and wick spent MarkialFen1 with Miss Hattie Logsdon Mr Ray Logdon and Warren Begley spent Sunday in Brad fordsville y Mr H Sliitseyanddatrghter Jennie spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr Tomfiundley and family iMr Walter Logsdon spent Sunday afterndonwith Mr Will Logsdon Mr Wood Powell bou gntoi Mr Taylor Masters a valuable horse price not known The setting of tobacco is the gfo in this hustling littfe place Miss Ada and Nina Fen wick spent Monday afternoon with Mrs Margaret Brewer f Piuc Tar and HoneS Have been used for generations i treating coughs Dr lcUisPineTar Honey containsbota combined with othir3h able ingredients tliook for the B j1oirtheqttre Be sure yp f tErBeUi v VTP t1lQIJOr f t tf j will try to ml put another column in the dear old N ss Leader W W Matbferly Wade a flying trip to Parksyill4 Sunday Several from hpre attended County Court Monday j t Mr Will Sotto and family spent Friday with his sister Mrs J A Coulter Miss Bessie Bar spent last week with Mrs J A Coulter Miss Bffie Coulter spent Sun day with herbrother Mr Sabe Coulter Mr and Mrs DavIe Hines lJtllavlursYillelJtl mother Rev Hamilton filled nis r tl lar appointment at Villisburg last Sunday Setting tobacco iis the order of tbe day here with those who have plnnts 3 Several from bere attended Decoration at Pleasant Grove last Saturday lMandai even ngr May 30 will be Decoration at Willisburg l The first Saturday ftvening in June will be Decoration at Hills I bord everybody invited to atr tend to scatter flow rson the graves of their dead Mr Jim Scott of Pblin 1Ip3ta valuable mare from unknown cause All danger has pased with Hal leys Comet t showing all the astronomers can be mistaken the sam as other peopJe but still leaves us plenty of rain and the farmers still wearing long face Dr Bells Antiseptic Save Is gaaranteed for tetter ringworm eczema chapped hands and lips running sores ulcers and in fact all skin diseases Good to use after shaving 2cabox Cross Roads As I haye been absent jfor sometime twilj try to jot down a few lines rgRotbSlelIs of Spring field visited her sister Mrs Siena Graves Wednesday MrJ SCoyle sold a cow tMr Wooden Graves rf5 Mrs iSarah Salmons is visitbg her fatherf r T andothe LtownBorak r SmUA Z fine girl- EffieB r Mr Vesti Graves solda horse Jtp MjvJphV kerlor150 Mr JD Goode ajadwife visited tfieidaughtei Fannie Wayne ThursdaK Miss Eule Bottom yisited Mi- ssNettUryesSlajnIght J Born to the ftifeOf Mr Odie Coyle on Mty5 a fine girl flue lah Frances Mrs Lie Drury still Temainb Very ill with little hope for bet recovery Mr FayI Bottom visited his grandparents Mr and Mrs J HGqode Friday night Mrs Rosie Purdom and Miss Bflfie Bottom visited Mrs Gar rie Lester Wednesday Mr Hug4iey Bottomf spent Thursday nJgbt With hLcousin Mr Roy Bottqm near Muckville Mr Muncie Graves and Mrs Zilpher Dormon spent Tuesday afternoon withMrs Laura Bottom Mr Henry Goode of Spring field visited his uncll Mr JUF Goode Saturday night arid Sun day If I am not mistaken are to have a wedding at this place soon So guess who CASTORIAPor Infants and ChUdren Thi KIidYou Have Always Bought Bears the S1tur of I1r i T t I ItI i I fJaI r tSt 1 1 t 4 4a Lv r I i rJiMI115 SPACE ii i I- w fr ii t l J k il NEXT wEIJiE i 21 1 ii s rf iT i sli- 9 1E Pleasant Gr0ve Delayed from llast week I Mr Babe SifewJaVdken ni tuujiy spent Sunday wIth his moth liIrs Frank Shecvmater hear Mack vrlJe Mise SJ h Reed and Bur vev MamuJidale oiotdi yiih Miss FlIlafRfay Gregory Punduv IIr WjJ1Mnrl onlof Ljey 8peutjSuody vviih iJ a YaYikey udwier r Mesuauios SaNie Gr igpiyj K fce Lilsey j and nruiije Red jffr cinj gust If l rib B Lcthmtin Lrtity Miec Iohi Oregoi5 Lillitn L chuiaiS anJ Ab a regiiy jeot ciui day Jtelpjlt iLt 1 lj h IilkMlfylI L 0 Yflt y 4 0 tH un IL 6 it r ieuijti IJji 1r I ti riE lJtt gnu j I1 v oelimjbell anti chl dred Visited relatives at Texas Sunday Mr Bud Ewing of JjouisvUle is visiting her sister Mrs Sailie jGregory Mr Hugh Ijeachman and wife dined with Mr and Mrs H JF ReediSuuday Mrsa Pramiis Yankey and granddaughter Miss Francis Garter spent Monday with hlr mother Irs Ross near town Mrs JSmma Baker is spending tbisweek with her sister Mrs Kate Moran near Liisey sinWillisIburg Sunday evening to see his bestgirl c James Reed Bnd wife of Lit sey attended church at Penwick Sunday Will Jones has returned home alter avisit with his sistr at Louisville M r iVf B Leach alardwife of Springfield spent Suiiday afternoon with 3 B Leachman and wife Mr L N Reed and family visitedhis daughter Mrs Mary Thgmpson Sunday Ed Litsey Miss Sue Reed faVli L2L f Xr 1 j Vfcy uuArsdale Gil ert Donahue and Miss Sue Ed ginton attended church at Wil lisburg Sunday night THIN MILK How can the babygrow strong if the nursing mother is pale anddelica- teScoIis Emulsion makes the mother strong and well increases and en riches the baby food pwiit f Descendants ef David The history of the Sflssoons Li one of tbe most dramatic Jn tthe very diVa matlc story of the Hebrew race The original Bassoon was a Bombay nier chant but the familyIs descended from a group known as Ibn Shosbao who at one time beldtthe position 01i nossl of Toledo The name Shoshan wjilch slghlfles1 lily In Hebrew was craduatlj transformed into Sflssooo IgMlfyfng gladness The family claim Davldlc descent and brahan i assoon who flourished In the seven teenth century stated that Be was tiret descendant or SheptntIah the lfLb son ot David Not only aro there iiaily references to the ndtiie In He brew TOediaernl literature but mci tlon of it Is made In the TahnndLa donMAJ P TightwadSneaking a Texas paper says It Is reported that three of the stingiest men Ai till state were In town yesiorday One of them will not Irluk as much water us hewnntr u less It is from another maWs well This second forbids any of his family from writing anything tint a small hand fls tt Is a waste ofMiik to rimUe iarce let ers The third stops his clock at ulghr In oriUr to avewear nuLl tear jn the mnchiliory All of them decline to take their coUnty paper on tbo ground that it is a terrible strain 01 AMr spectacles to read newfipaperi wren In the daytime Food Scarce Thi clrcnlaf describlufe the Mpuni IngTUo says yqu pan sit at Jbejdlnncr ttable and sne tthe beautiful nionutaln peaks said the man who contemplat ed going t Thai Is truo replied the ode who had beenand thats just abot all you an see Yonkcrs StateiSmao Ho Wouldnt Die Mrs Peachblow Why does your hue band carry jjoJi a tretDPr ous amount of life Insurance when hes In ijuch per fect health Mrs FUlwfbj just to tantalize me Men are naturally riie- lrjfe Not Unaninious She Therots Mrs Toozlel She stems quite reconciled to the lentil of her first bnsbaud JToYcs hutlm hfrnid her secfind nover will be illustrstc Bits rf f About That Rump Oh papa dear do tfll nic where The camel got his hump Did something heayy fall on him TorTaUe lhati awful lump Or WAJihe tuz4fng aomersaulte t Ltacrobat giftee JIAiidtruck af Ohi havt1tW r ltlilnk h qde4wheefl r t The Pause o Many Sudden Deaths i Therp isa disease prevailing in this country most dangerous because so decep tieManymddeftJft1 deaths are caused by it heart dis pneumoniaipften relOf kid IIncy disease If l i r Ikidneytrcub crr thekiaepoitonI f ausingcatarrhefIthe lameIness or the kidneys theirs elves break dovn and waste a vay cell by cell ithutyrcsutfroznabetter health in that organ is ohtined- quickest by u proper treatment ol the Jdd- tieys 5wcnipRoqt corrects inability to bolduriiie and alui1Jg pniniIipirdngit antI ovcrcouiei j that unplcarciit iicecKity of b11gcoml cd to go often Ibicagli t durirge3Of vq3t tht i 111 rcn dIh qJI 1 11tqI the highest Le c rtiuarkablc health resloriiij properties A trial will convince ahyone rrtvainpHoot is plcdscut to talce and is cold by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar si e bottles You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all about it both se t free by mailr Address Drr Kilmer C6 Binghimton N Y When writing mention reading thisgen erous offer in this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SvamFRootand dont let adealer sell SwampRootlfyou AN OLD BUSyBODY 6What the Bridegroom Thought of the Old Native at the Station While waiting for the train the bride and bridegroom walked slowly up and down the platform Icio tt know what this joking and juyjng may have been toyotJbe re marked but Its death tome never experienced such an ordeal ioWs perfectly dreadful she an wcfced el shall be so glad when w6 vt ixway from everybody we know Tieyre actunyy Impertinent he went on Why the very natives 1 At this unpropIUoua moment die wheezy old station taster walked up m thin Be you goln1 to take this train T he tsked Its none of your business retorted the bridegroom indignantly as hrf jmldcd the bride up the platform where they condoled with each other over the Impertinence of someof the natives Onward came the train Its tapor curling froth afar It was the last to their destination that day an express Nearer and hearer It canie at full speed then In a moment it whiz ted past and was gone Why In thunder dldnt that train I i ne of piT Ti baa to signal If that trains to stop And as toe old station master softly stroked his board there was a wicked twinkle In lila eye London TitBits- jf IWhenAnd the talk loud Then it lathat leuSWTer There ila not a r wi PERT PAFAGRAPHSI There Is a difference of opinion aa to whether npeis are nien or women rout df a large experience we have concluded thatjbey are neither Next In abomination to the toW 1manA diplomatic In dividual never knows any fat people no matter bow many stout robust persons bo may havo on his tailing lISt 1AIs much better than a goodpno thafls rejected Keep your tem per You never It know will have when use youI Thorfi Is ninny a Op between the c lod the sip You cant be aioredlted with good In oiiUuns if you ronlly tiiow that they Ire only intnntlon and never xrlll bit ny1iliig eLse AAitAAAAAAAA 7 J T i T- wt g to r UoIK ci fr1 i i t 11 cfJnn0 r r t 4 m flncnt T 5 llllii 1 I 1t J i i i MM i SPECIALS Itcy E 1 Vtilues that show wliylhisY store be first and fftfemosit t Jit h litIt rIiniudiI J jI4 4 r It l Ioft C i r- c Clotting1 v ffIt iS ithe homebf Hafti Schaffer Marx fine Clothes M 2750 and S30 Suits i 20 00 Ii IiIt S M 25 00 and 22OSuits 185O- Welworth 2500 and22 50 Suits 18 00 Welworth S2000and S 8 50 Suits 16 50I Welworth SlWOand 15 00 Suits 12 50 Welworth 13 51 and 125Quits 9 50 Perfection Suits for YoungMen values up tc22 50 for m 00 Perfection Knee Pants Suits V410 values v v 1 60 8O0and75Ovaluesi A 50 Black Silk Taffetta SKirt received a Speciali in alLQiik Black Taf Skirt Tilts Skirt is dheap at 600 We IIJust i offering Wa11Pai it for fqer 375 We are still well stocked inWall Paper and making special prices 85Th lOc and up bee our line before you buy i Special May Prices on LaceCDrtaiDS 8500 vauesvS3J75 4 00 values 2 75 i 350valuiss 2 50 300 yalues 2S00 Y jSvSQ values tOO V 200 values 140 I Mission Curtains ano Mission durtafn Nets in red green and echrue These arethe new 1 f things your 1ibraIt llt jt i 1 lpast solicit your t L1 8M v vv h 1f 0 f An Easy Convert So you bellevo In telepathy Yes answered Mr Mecktoti For what reapon Because my file lCliesln JJuni Its too warm to nr uu Washington Stnr I J i Time and Tide Tlnio aiid tidp waits fcrnd niaii r MYes auMf dev wuz ter wait fer de- Won1cnfot s deyd ho be he ter whar dey Constltn tics v Reiref Its terribly hot where Fm eittLac Then go Ocr and sit between Jack and uYdtrT Thercs a coolness between them Llppincotts Magazine H GiH Vnat Has liecomc Huii any ontteU or Ud Ko xlphl fodhiuntJ girl Who cared not at all tor party or tail Or ruinous woclal f whirl lWhQ dusted the eMirs anti wePt dOTm the stairs tAnd took sill the care of her room Rhttt has become of tho shy sweet miM Who lovW her rorit better than play Who got wraps for ma and slippers tie pa r And listened to whfct they woqld say Uu and nltiok Ivfcorc Ko3 she Rone Ill tell you the truth I roil the hAtnt gone lar but her pa and ia Wontt tel fcr Vi such things tow tBpcton Gl- obsse4e44A4AWv4i BIRDr f 1 The eat Saddle Horse will make the season of 1910 at thef arm of Judge frhurmairtJriequarter mile of Springfield at r 36 PEDIGREERed Bird was sired Cabells Joe Brown 1955 1T by Cabells Lexington first sire second darn Dollie C by Blast j IP- Req Jr t AT 15 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT t DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE Red Bird Jr is a dark bay full i g 1 i size style and fine action tohis colts Red Bird Jr iyOld Roo Bird he Joe Brown he by Oabelfs Lexington His first darn It yule 226 Maggie BrggS 227 the dams of Nutmeg 2l6 Herznitp 21612 St etc 2d dam by ambnnoIChief 11sieof dams of Ckiude dani of Ericsson 230 14 sire of dam ofMoqUet 4 210 etc Bonjrb6 Chief 383 Mambrino Chief 11 1st dam Puss by Grey Eagle OOOOOQOOOQOOO At sime time andplace will stand the fine Jack r r fackofDiamoMs by Kings Gian 8yeara old will weigh 1150 Ibs 1512 hands high has goOd bOhe and It good f9Qt He will zniikc the season atI At1O To Insure a Colt 1 v Mares pastlrcdat 3 a month or fed at 15 per month Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible sKould any occur Liencretaine4on1all colts for payment of service fee Money dU9 whenJmare ii parted wth or bred elsewhere THURMAN PETERSJ 4M44W j 1 WhiJ Goods 2 tMay Salel of sheer Wiiit Go sSheer White Persian najFrenchLirwaiX TWhie Poplinst 4 pIt ti Iyf rWteMadr j y i s tWbite liineit WaislinM If H 1 White Linen Suitinrs f Xf r 4 y aWbite Ijinea Sheetings ft JLKS All the new Sbadis and Black jiai Me ftlief Tagettas China i4idei f l r r we are sole agents for FJowv JnIQtoS4 50 11the above in patent fun rtftl and tan ini Jlace button oxfords and peps Greai6ar4and Rug OfftiiiI Axrninisters woh 125 for ll00 Velvets worth 1110 for S5 worth il 00 for H 75 All Wool Ingrains i I0 G Ingrain f aB 50 Union lograiniK 7 35 mad 37f Extrardinay Rugorergs 9x12 A minIsrfdrth200for f2Q 00 9x12 Velvet worth 12500 fot 10OQ 9x1 Tapetyt forth 20 00 tpr 16 5C9x12 TapestryworLhi7 504dri y 14 00 9x12 Tapestr Tvjortn IS OO forii 75 9x12 Tapestrj worth 1250 for 10 CO f Jptne eMattingt 25ei25ctldi i I We thanllyony for Patroijage QJf the and future favors J 4 Cunningham Duncan i gIneAtliintn 11hClofdFihired riaejWho rnrinm RED FiI11Sure aLiiJiniqaJtrJ by jrseBird Sattractiveby GeorgeWilkesValentine217 NokomuJ Piedmont21114etc8rddamMrs by Living 4 sfoisRemember Tapestry 45 ilt NOBLE DENMARK v sv Red sorrel 15 34 hands nigh four 4earsold an i strictly soond Sired by the peerless Highland Denmark first darn Xy Blis by Ute championship saddle horse Th rnton Star Ky Belle won first awqiqr at State Fair for best brood mare and also first znoriey fee bEet mare and coltdefeating 19 others S e is also the dam of tW s MtkMl show fill r that won two 100 prizes at State Fair led ofclifef75Q it sweanling Nob e Denmark Js ahorse of all around action Tots of xtftMnte fttgood feet and legs and an uprto date show horse both in meiIiasaddle Tie js a colt of wonderful gamene i and jitjW1 Mid aU the air and dash chara tcnstic of the Highland DeIiIMn jand beautifutform coupled with his popular Need uses IIunder sure to produee drses orthehighest clue He will etiis of 9 Oat i20 To Insure a Living lt jZf occo- ooChestnut f 4 Ba V1 t f e qlestnutpareisf Well known to the people ftJM iiif i ljjMirr counties as onetftqe best bijeeders in the State My IM il Lholds good that not one of his colts of anfof ieut MMMMMY ever been defeated in a shOw ring by the colts of aiiy imr ieseowsd ox fJin Washington county Within the laat yr eevra l lii colt have sold at high prices He will make e eeaesat 15TOINSUREALlViNGCOfJFvI x J I ooooooooooI r 1 Hackney Boy f fJ i Hackney Boy sorrell 16 hapdsiighsired by ComntyvM i r IntliMt J JbnsmessI I 1OToJareaLivingCt1 f jj I willalso stand4 foy twoJacks at 10 to Insure LivBit i I iMares trnd doff parted WIth or brcditonotMr sea tmoiieyih positively due Mares pastured atfOO per itt ijt 11son solicited o t j I in LEACITIMAr L t t 1 r t EARLYA handsome black StallIon IGJiands high a high styjedfine shaped fellow With plenty of action tmd as good bone and foot as you would want fle svsure to raakeji great sfock horso H will make the season of 1910 at my stablca Jat the StonewallStock Farm 3 Ii2 miles Kortfrof Springfieldl on the JSpriBfffeld 1Iand Bloomficid pike at SWTolnsttm I 1I A LIVJnE Colt EARLY Is by Joel 447 be hylntCristo 56 he by Mohtrose lOt Ifrlyi PropheteS4amLadyJ dam Betti by Sam Booker is the best road hprsein toe mtoy2 J ooQpo y fM At samewn andBlice rf BLACK GIAU ijngifered110 TO INSURE A LIViNGT Lien detained on all eitsijpartedJOnblabo j tsij Yir ra jt Ili = t tBT PT RWill make te je o oT 1940 tth s bteotXGM Virgii 9 fori a eWrN rthof Jf0 IOTlsjeaCE 1f to tanIandae tiit L Sse4- ijiaieoar f1If a trcAt same and 1 f1 t eKj i I- LAtf1 Masm itiiabI 1 7rf vwm SILVER at to inb Coit until weaning tiBMk LMI wteb M afi colt sirfd by HtmtKiiM ada fur service fee DTYlI5INsdy a GTBURTO- Ilitr1q T I Udal pnACTt r OaT ti LIIII a rHPUT J II 1J1 I 1i t MP J J PGft1J y I 1l 4 i orW tU r i 1tl IRJ1ls Jt5Aj if O1l CIPWbaciII- IdS rt 11 i 1 1GIWe 1MMI 8 kya lt J t cZ over HsDiniQ IIt Larapton M D toPiissri J tioIwcr4 iJ T iI tiWIFIIGRIGSBY rjii ATTORNEY AT LAW1 t4b l li=r tb i r 5 A DTMWHYATT z5I 0tI0e over 1U4 Crow Dry Qitet Mara t Hyatt10 O ELto41 Iii m lw 5 pBf fkt i jfflNY MAYES j FIJIEilii tiiCTOp m D 11CESED EMBALMER TELEPHONET f IPBflffiFIELI k I r Railroad Sch lule t 9 Following w thiFtime scti dul i ijiipfr Ii effect on the Bardstpwa i d Sprln fi ld branch rsilrctIrf LouisvillV itMo 41Lres 3Opil1it Barditown Junction fi2 p m Bar ltown 6C6 P m r fry at Springfieldt 655pm- jt No 42 Leaves Springfield at 6OpVm Bardstpwn 645 a m M Brdrtowft Junction 730 a II14 arlvN atLonisYille 820 a m t No 43 Leaves Louisville ai v Bardstewn JunctionI j20 m 855 am Bardstovn 1005 a n riyesitS1ngfie1d 1140 p tn N4teves Springfield 0ppffii Bardstown 220 pmv BArdsiown Junction41O pjnJr arrives at JLoiisville 545 p m t4 No 90 Sundaya only Leaves Sprmffield715amBardstqwnj 800 a m Bardstown Junction ft45am arriyeaat Louisville i35am r No 91Sundays only Leaves Lowsville at 600 pm Bards tOfflJunctiofl 645 p in j Bards town 730 ptu arrives atS Springfield at 825 pm dr t riitaMt Oraamental r TREES i jEyery thing for OrcbaLawn and Garden OBeMUlith Strawberry Plants I Catalogues No agentst 4 ilrf JIOEHMEYER Si Lexington KY I 1tfDOUGLAS 8500 SHOES IWII IIWri UNION IMADE I 13I2 aMCM Eys4i L4id WLDssuisarstkhw-ipidIty uisidrd i Hi irIJS 4ri 4Issy Mt a 1HcI WSSflU UtiSS zcl th ef I av bR pSi k i forP1W akoithezti1 a irWLDiigIaaitrial Y cwa ays moy JeW f gt iboM that are tji 1 i TM7 wy 1 1k that JiayeJ sus y igkr prieeI If Wt c Ir Miri 1 aJse Jor7wr rWLop s sri 7 wMiia idcM wJay V hJihap fit iIr aM 5 r k J ErrtS W1- ZT4r CUNNINGHAM 4 OONCAtj i t EloctrlIC Bittersc Ibea everythi se b- ta vo proittadu sad frnia- lsW1M th7 ITS Ithu aVS tlMP4 von kIDNEY LIVER AND- IT0MAcI4rRbuILIM b aWkj YTT ni ljIJ riH u HHHHiIWWW Local Happenings of Itt f TOINj 0 Thi Freshest and Latest I AHAtoutYourscir FHend 1 awd Acquaintances a TODICS 0jj 4 MHr r rtMM I ja f3 rBUK A o KirnbJ rBjrJseil wagons frRa1eitf t A J Kimbali H PORtAL Sc nd band IDIing binder good asnew Thos Duncan FOR SALE Good Shorthorn OwIndclf d oDougiast Vegetable anJall standard varieties Will JobnsonPhonp13 FOR fiALEl00 barrels of corn Pat Kelly f Mrs CJj Brady has for sale i Barred Plymouth Rock eggs 15 for 1 entsSA buggy at your own price at C Kimbair iNICeWill Johnson Phone 513 Tomato plants fie on stWill Johnsons green houses I Phone 513 v e FOR RENT Room oveir Pea es Deposit Bankrepenuyoct ctinie las milluieryroom FOR RENT Rooms over prhomas and Joe Shad rs gro cery Apply to L A Burns New Voile skirts and silk petticoats tub skirts just in Mrs Williamso elIslanfiRe1 f Mrs J W SatterIyoTatham Springs Ky FOR RENTrLarge room with three front windows over Isaac 1 Currys grocery Apply to S Campbell MOund City Paints may cost t trifle more but LeoHaydon 1 i FOltSCB Leghorn eggs and 80 B1 Orpirigton eggs lOOfor 15 each Mrs BL Litsey Brown riding cultivators Double shovels and five tooth cultivators Houghton Break carts l A C Kimball WH Leachman would like to have about 15 head of year ling cattle to graz Good grass and plenty of water W H LEACHMAN Prices cut to onehalf Good new stylish millinery come at once and get your choice Mrs Williams The Ice Cream and Strawberry supper given by the Alumnae of of St Catharines was largely attended by the people of the town and county and the hand some sum of75 was realized i We desire to thank the people of Springfield and surrounding county ior their liberal1 donations and their patronage of the Ice Cream dud Strawberry supper atIe Iin tne county court Monday Ii tie business was transacted 1except1 kof Miss Louise Montgomery iin which slip name her sister Mrs Pitty Blandford executor The wtUof Mr W T StIgall was also probated in wbicti Jbe Polin ii named as executor Mr James Moran qualifie4 as committee for Qoleman Sligall The Comet Responsible Mr Sam Bottoms brought to ftbi office one dotlast week something novel inthe way of a jfreik it waff an egg in tthe form of two eggs united the Ibumeh biug in one part and the yelk the other Mr Bottoms has it the Comet Egg tlln i To Wool Growers i I will receiye wool at the tabacco warehouse of B D Lake m Springfield Ky on jiext Saturday I am alio pay ing the hikd cash pnct for wool amd if you Jhave iot told 4oaadseen4 Sterling P TboqSloa- I MYoffice W1UBe OId On Thursday Friday and Saturday May 26 27 28 For your benefit as well as my own am going to attend Annual Conven the Kentucky State Dental AsrltionOf at Louisvill0 on thosedaysl and take ao Postgraduate l Modern Dentistry I expect to learn more in those three ays than I could in a year here in my ffice YOU will receive the benefit W V STALLARDt Teachers Examined The May teachers examination Was held at the Graded School building on 4ast Friday and J Satucday The applicants fifteen in number wera ProfW S ColvinlMissesIda Haydon Nettie Fowler Ethel Rogers Buelah Turner Bessie Kays Elizabeth Davis Naomi Sweeny Gustava GoodJett Alice Noel Ada Corn Peafl Hiokerson and t Messrs Fedger 5ale Mbert Albert Mayes IIcraWfprdand Messrs C R Bosley Bush The amine1are sufficiently difficutt deep thought was at the same time reasonable I the questions asked being of aJ general nature The teachers t xamined are among therepre1 sentiilive people and the cause of education is fortunate tolhavfi their services Closing Exercisesi The commqucement exercises f the SpriiieldGraded school were held afc the Opera House on last Tuesday evening at oclock Notwithstanding the inclemency f the Weather a large rowdI was present to witness the exetv cises and many anxio parents heard and saw with pride the creditable Work of their boys and girls The program was a somewhat lengthy onebut during the whole time attention never flagged Theentertainment con iistfi i pnncipally of vocal and instrumental music recite tioos janffdrjllfi The Friday afternoon exercise in a country scnoolwas yerv interesting The recitations demonstrated fact that the teachers have em ployed their wontEd zeal in this direction and that the pupils have a determination to uphold the high standard of the school as a developer of orators In the Essay contest a gold medtl was presented by Roy W H Williams Rickets Boul are was the winner v Circuit CourtJ Circuit Uoiirt convened Mon day with the bon I H Thur man presiding The grand jury was empanelled Mr Gt Hay don appointed Fpreman and a clear forcible charge given They were especially instructed to inquire into violations of the Sunday law The following Commonwealth cases were dis posed of Tuesday Commonwealth vs Ray Justice for hunt ing on anothers lands fine of 500 Same vs Bob Justice for pointingi pistol at another fined 50 Same vs Jas Young carrying concealeda deadly Weapon acquitted Same vs Geo Fay don violation of the local1 option law 60 Same vs Howard Masters for tearing fende frotn round cemetery lined 7p The grind jury is as follows G L Haydon foreman W T Grgnd Mii1Anderson Kent Rogers Roberts Thompson John Harmon Bqt lerShewmaker Bailey Pipkston H a Bonta J F Gregory bo L Price T B J augher Rich ard Carey The petit jury jjys composed of the following John Tobin Joe Campbell M A Mackin B W NeikIrk H P Mudd Will Fitz geraldeWS Po lter1 0 0 Christie R L Brady Wm Kally J C Clements W Li Grabaijaj Isaac Armstrong Ed Foster IL W Isham A B Walker Taylor Masts J T Carrico J Q Good Henry F Reed T F Montgomery John Dennis HM ElroVrWC Muda Squire Mclntire Dead In th death f lr Edward tbelcounty sldnesl had been ill only a short time He wafs OjD in the Fredericks town precinct September 20 1835 and during his llong anfll JuselulUfe be never resided in any other precinct On the 2d day of Februaty 1850 he was married to Miss Rosa Fowler To ths ndipn four children were horn He is survi7ed by his wife and Ohe vohild Mrs Jdff Walker and fifteen grand childrei v Funeral servicesi and burial were conducted at Fredericks town Tuesday by Rev Father Pieters ri For 16 years Mr Mclntire servedthe people of this county i i A thesealp hair thorough siimulatea lustre ti ONLY lOc 44A in the capacity Magis was member of the Board of which voted aboulded debt upon the county Amounting to about 80000 for purpose of building turn pikes This action of board was very unpopular with large portion of the people at the time the board eceived consider able censure butj wise foresight has peen many times indorsed by thepeople for it has been that it was the public and the officials who were in error The pikes adUed materially to the wealth oTtbe county the bonds long since been paid off and retired Bufc all the IS notISr Siii- S Did You SeeIh 1 Fly If you had better let us Screen yojur Idoors windows or I v will makeyouly from your house th s jrrer f i r Line or I Screen Doors and Windows 1 v in all sizes I1ScreenCIth all IILeachman Storefu 1 is 4 sT r Tr Be Vey Very Careful When You Strike a sohailed bttgam4in hp There re sucJ lUugs of course b yuUwitstjj ffer- sihm H tirL 1tlL wlah SlJr liLr our hp1h thp iwsoIJOfto urb IKII tIst Lttrun chance you ti In ur ieiyn ii I uvaas owaiu lt k tiicg inferior sho see the jwblic forced to admit the correctness his position toJ thenjdespisd it then commendI Resolutions r Whereas the building corn mittee ofthe Baptist church composed of J A Boul ware Pettus and William H Williams rendered such able an splendid services in detsign lug having constructed such an elJg commodious and hand some church house on corner of Main Cross andy High Streets in Ky suberln tended in having it dedicated in such fine style Now be it Resolvetl That we as church tbeICOiDChurch pt each individual member thereof for their efficient workILions appear in each of the towp pjapbrs copy thereof ba pre sent d totiach of said committee and that they be spread on the church r rdli t i Social The YonngLadiesMissionary Bandof la church a figure 7 social this Thursday evening on the lawn of Mr and Mrs J Y Mayep Good things toeat in plenty Everybody invited 44k + w tFSTRycA WANOUS SHANO BAG pure Herb Shampoo and Hair food 4 FqrDndruffand Falling Hair tones 4 Cleanses the IIv hegrowthlHliparts 1 arid beauty L 3 for 25c Foi sale only by I LEO HAYDON 4 official of traEe and a Magitrates the the a and their since demonstrated pot turn and have I Ever H9use not and thEpeskylittle things sum E 1 La Screens Widths Campbeirsi i rnhtootht1 vtji f where Springfield Joe V acd Springfield and a and a 1Figure thePresby will give I FEcSONAL Mr J L Allen is visiting in 1JIMr and Mrs Jess Rapier of Bardstowb spent Sunday here Mrs Janie Willett is visiting her son Mr J L Wimsatt in Louisville Misses Eulah Wathen of Leb anon JunctiOn and the Misses Rubel of Lebanbff are the guests of MissPlagetrSimms this week J Mrs Margaret Norman and f son are Louisville this week- Mr Archie Mayes and family of Berkley Cal will arrive Monday for a visit to Mr and Mrs lE S Mayes Sr Dr W V Stallard and SChno Campbell and family are in Louisville this week arkti3r have returned hqme from a visit to friends Bardstown Mr and Mrjr JJ McCabe have returned home after a few days stay in Louisville Mrs RL Boldrick MrsW Loachman Mrs Frank Pet JT Miss Willie Knott Miss Bertha Haydon attended the re I cep ion at Mrs Kftte Bpaldings 3 at Lebanon in honor of Mr and Mrs Ci W Hagan and Mr and Mrs Sam Spalding Miss Willie Knott lain LouIs yule todav j W Bush and sister i jlMrsJ are in Louisville I Tanny ofvDanville BrVoIa Croake Mr Robert Wood Hall of Springfield is visitinglbisgrautl I t mother Mrs Carrie Raney at Mackyille Messrs James Wy ersand Richard Greenwell oi Hunters Depot were here Saturday and Sunday II Mr H D Stiles of t vil- 1Iwas aJ hew Monday I 1- irtiT IEii ith- I 7 0 1 Ii 1 I J arc Offering Special lfr9 eiutlII- I f I r jl t FCRSlip G I DAYS i 1 7 j j fJi 5 i JJfttt k I 9xI2Rugs lp Tapestry J Velvet Axmin1s1r s andrex Harth RugS In Ve1vet and xlJIJ1ls f t 4 IItigrain Carpets LinoleumsantlMathpg i111J I t V Wall PaperWindow Sihades o 4 jji n i ff g lace Curtains nft Portiers f 1- I f5 7r lii I Swiss Curtains CUrtain Materials by the yard iiii tr I It f Y x Curtain Poles and Sash Rods 70 i 4 j 1t ZSjj lfe Denims Burlaps anti Oil Cloths j r Pillows Pillow Topsr Pillow Cords J fr r j Porch Shades Awnings and Porch Rugs f t I iOUr stock of all kinds of Floor Coverings and Draperies is un sually1arge and we would be glad to show you tT rSI 0 3 I The RobertsonClaybrftofeo riiINCORPORATED I f = Mrs W F Gngsby is V her parents at Chaplin this sit1Dgi1 Messr6 C W Noe anl F Noe were in Bardstown Sunday Mrs James Carothers and Mrs Edna TJ1rnerofSards town are visiting at the home of MrTDTapp Mr W F Grigsby spent Saturday j and Sunday in Louisville Mr John C Thompson of vikim1al ting- rods Misses Minnie Blandford Ger trade Shader and JunieGreen are in Lebanon today Miss Nannie rang hs returned from a visit to Tela4ivsat JLouis llett Mrs Mallie JRhinehar ana children of Oakland Gan will arrive Monday for a visit to her mother Mrs Margaret Ray bourne at Mackvill Miss Fanny Smith span t Sunday Vith her parents near Plea santGrove A Man Wants To Die only When a lazy Hyer and sluggish- owels cause frightful despondency But Dr King New Life Pills expel poisons from the system bring hope end Bourage cure all liver Stomach and Kidney trouble impart healhh and vigor to the weak nervous and ailing 25c at Bay on Roberteon Waiisburg Rev Hamilton filled his atrj pointment at the Baptistchurch Sunday witli a large crowd toj hear him Mr JobnPerkinsand family ir Hyatt and amily have re turned from French Lick Springs very ranch improved Mrs Burton has gone toi Illi nois to spend the summer Several from here attended the decoratibnab Fairview Saturday Mr Edd Perkins and family speqt Saturday and Sunday with friends at FairvieW Miss Qllie Sutton is spendinara feiv veeks at hom- eSovraL1rombre attended the ineetingiAt Chaplin Saturday apd Sunday The Decoration will be at Will iisburgdn Monday afternoon the jSOtbi Evary one is invited to come Won Pondlea A Child In Pitteburg a 8avage lion fondled the hand that a child thrust mid hIs cage Danger to a child sometimes greatiwbea least regarded Often it comes through Colds Croup anu Whooping Cough They slay fljojua ands that Dr Kings New Dgco cry cpttld havejsayed uA few dosecwea our baby of aVery had case ofCroup writes Mrs George B Dayls of PInt Rock1We alwas8 giVe it to him when he takes cold ltsa wonderful medlcWe for babies Best Colds LaGrippe Aslhfor Coughs t ma HemorrbgeS SV ak Lug 60c 1 trial bottit jree JtteQbyEs- ydon QbertO4 Children Ory Fit FLE- TCEAaTORlASi ESii PMI 1YOU CAN HAVE IIWarm Rolls lies cream V Lighti 1 andRyeBread t j j 1every morning at IIr ocjldekI yt tele- phonlnorcall1ngat vfeL 0 r II IIKatie llertlein lrb4- iiione ty t 1 r r tt69 fIt i f r A 11v t7f 5IlljTry One of oiirrapJuj4eU iii i Hi t Dipping TaoLsi i ANY SIZE YOU WANT AT IIH8Jtql tt iacpher5eusP- umps p fi l I fti igamlPl v i te i Gulteringr S a S and all kinds repair work it spclallty SfS i tOur Work is Guar Jo 1 i IfnotsatisfactQryltVosti 2 ri I Hatchett eS Macphersoa fJ r AsA w A 43TVUSH Tl I 1WbPIAN Sofdby 35 P P J 71 f PIUC ail l 0 i 1 If f1l JT- rJIr5I J 9r The JXeWsLeader and 40 e r f rr350S ylr 1tl itr i i T T T Tr1 T Tr Li iiiirw 4 J Tvta B LOVER r il1 3w l wa s t LadiI fit It Il A = =I Iii 1be t w1 S4i4iIti Ipt g 11 I sr a ftti rrjj f 4b4 r id4 wttktIAr ifv pac MZt IML r Mb 1ksU WMI Ju qrtWdIkI t t1lh k 4UJsIwM 1ItioiM J i iit Jwf9 1a oNt Mk tl fJ liIfJI iiS =j k It to late At t 4 pp1si1iIIt f1IIM jIt 7 ak w 1t1iIr IIl1 ij n 11 i I MttId bsIIg 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schKWa of pity k Ws terrihie rr PrUII 14erthe e5wess Jar ham to Iho ear eiherI l =f- taIiSIS4 iCL 44 t It ae or sieaw io oocac te perseae ao itdig searried tHat they IJ f1I bec lec ge4 U lK as fec heMwr or wwrse Paaadel Rwec f I c rl iI 1ers4 Is He 5 wk Isek Mk sIsNe 4J daa Ir I a pssImst ti1 J IN Ptof I T et3 LWiimtherd IVSkIhseI bselik- stSIlL a 4 co 1 Ii l loiiooli r r t F i M 1 A Humor and PJiilosophy 9r Vp Af H SMITH POSTPONED l PLEASURES jI1 lke ur M a Mytnr hip 34 avk RCT WseOe wso btloW WW4 thel ar UtbaIflg rer to Mil abeve tip oyvn If An4 MX Ah lh rt iuy hearty i CMM teda751The alr Is le To Sjowje tMtf uncknt pXrty iQieto olrtta In the cloud iUvH4 a ss4 A = = at t tht X1fbt ses- t MW titer 1DId teUi101 aM Wk 1M a lIPIittlltttItadtM M wIUIMte IbtaIg tMY sp WItH 1 ran eutef Abi tMO I rMIt 4e4s LaS reaM thrwl 4 wa tit erTS IM UM aenaaM tM frIseIgirls j Is ri seid itMr- AMthea r pka-M eM L seiiat bI4ig Aid male IMT to pK ea hat AM MM with bM Jtfr JWIq Jts to tM44fct lOHqr way W1MN awMN te C tk4 aaktog aM aro u 4 krnW UM stars vI feat bend awaWtM Haktoc prtaeXtiihivWKk HeNyTsk JJal Ues44Ja- gu ft iciWi H the glacIal forma UM k to tkf rltktpktce 7011 strap es aaswahjiia start goIsg1sd tumble right tato MM spot wltioot further Mreapay To afcow hew easy it la two ise- sd1e44 K abe t the sae tImewith i t 4itteg a a4dcle boot top to cheer thMB JM their waySWI hare beea looking at this job el hiattijt Ute pole aa a laud we he caM while we west abotit It the right way we latO far esoBgh It takes meither skill practice Aiy oM who will start Berth asi keep jetaf Met etmsable ea it- Outlaok Dark The yo Bg maR sat by the roadiMe the picture of despair Hte elbows wen sa W ae asd is 1dt111 rested hIs cilia aa4 a more forbes teekter ebject coold sot be iaaglBed- Wh e the matter ftrdr salted a trieaily passerby OecvpatiM gose thanks to thew aatea aa4 lyiBf machines a MAsd what SIror ecoHwtkm MeekZiaw a bone thief1 flural Atwmoii Ha11SMJ7 dollar cape tora catsr aaked the bright city chftv nwWng iat6 the croesroada store asd waHIaf for aeme one te smile at hla tryS1u replied the easy going clerk hatwe hare aotse thirty ceat caps for a dollar Row raany abaU Irmray mp ecyo7S IEvnlq T11n r wyou owe inc an apology Do nYcmdoV rbi I apologia Yoo Do irYou certainly 4OW rHi11 IO PClOI1 r Cncugh MJoJanlmow that Jenks baby la a baodeome child IPO ought to qt kioekiiik Bat I was praIsing it FratotBg Itl You said itI6oke4j- Mkitafather it SII the Mateh Fer Joints rfco jwroatMsts sU te tbf eoanaa t MJour luaky as a skoVt Tftop Mfip swerves V v t r afraid Im MltJeul iMioh loager for tko tetkluM gSt en to aay ourraa Oufht to Know What k tat farmer doing Making bay Leoka te KM aa though he was Ni Hag cerm asked him asd be said Heyr Even Wares The trouble with some peoplei cevrtloc end with marriage IUwat xept divorce courting 1PERT PARAGRAPHS Some people seem to have bad cb Area frosi a laudable Desire to kHf their uebibbprs JCrqa aaferinf frea nsl The shorter some people are the leafer their facet grow A maa usually dead asxtous tit lay what he owes to himself 4 And tee aiffer ence is that some people know where they art going but 8111 no baste to be aithe way J There are two kinds of people IB the world tbpse who know them aelY IItobe fool and those who only know other to be fpolB It is a lot easier to say a moan thug than it Is to expiate what you dldBl aiean afterward SI It tettt sufficient to x A producer Hetrnlo clucb what you pta laee er vise Join the down ant eat tarbftllhtlIn HDc95 rourv wife nlwjlvs think be fore she frpoaksr 11 dont kumv AriVtelsuT N tiz 7 q4 jssk Psasbi k i r d Mdk 4 Cm as j1p I jrSi s ui J h4INesI fra hsr I rrSaathI d i k s flithM DrLYPIsr1 Pius 1u1o NI 6 c u t in a N KSLUK MAlVf Co k IbiggesrdlC1nerIately ezdn viabed It can be changed from A slow to a quick fire turning a chopYouaj Bgbt sad its ready By simply turning the wick or down yoq slow or an intense beat on thCbottom of the pot pan kettle or oven and nowhere else It has a Top with shelf for keeping dates and food hot drop shelves for worryhealtllwith 1 2 and 3 burperi the 2 and 3burner Can be bad with or without XTKJ iMlK TKTWbeie U not at y6nn write for DMoipUre CIrenUr to the near ajtency of Standard iBeerBerated USE SIGNALS OF IINDIANS Army Experts Adopt Many Ideas of the AboriginesS tbeUnJtedlessons from the Indians and from their methods pf warfare devised and perfected tthe system pf extended or der or sklplsb drills which have prov ed so effective so theaslgnol corps of the army has followed to a large extent the red mens metbods of convey ing information from point to point where there is not time to string tele graph or telephone tries or where wireless telegraph Is unavailable As tbeIndlanfiilnceprehlstOrfi times hojve used columns of smoke 19 various to signoltbe approach of nn enemy or to transmit other messages so the army signalmen areknets The former are fired from a small mortar the latter in the same way as Fourth of July fireworks Each when reaching a desired height regulated bj Bnse bursts and liberates a picric acId compound which ignites and burnt Cfllflrtrc thn r etI ily sealed cans much in the same manner as tinned meats wltfe the same sort of u ment for opening them quickly In this way they keep Indefinitely in any climate and have been found partlcn larly effective in the campaigns in the Philippines While the navy does not employ complicated a system of rocket ansii bomb signaling as does the army ev ery warship carries a supply of pow erful rockets which liberate on burst log a series of brilliant white Stars for the purpose of calling attention to other signals whIch are transmitted a system of combinations of colored electric lights strung from a masthead sad operated from a switchboard much tD the plan of a typewriter callefl the Ardois system But both branches of the service employ an odd sort of pis lnl the invention of a naval officer which shoots from cartridges stars similar tti those of atonian candle of any color The combinations whlcb van be made In thIs manner practically 4 MmN jes3 =Pcaslsr Mechanic CAUGHT THE MOOD The Incident that Helped Verdi WKh His rCffiaoraror Men of genius are confessedly creature of mood Grief and adversity briyevof been a real help to them rather than a hlrfdraucci Poe It is enid produced cThe Haven whIle sit ting at the bedside of his sleeplrig but InstancesbVerdi told by Carlo Ceccarelll will suffice Ono e occasion when Verdi was en nged on big well known opera n Trovatore he stopped short at the passage of the yiaergre being at a loss to combine notes of sufficient stfdr ness and pathos to express the of the prisoner Mnnrlco Sittingat his piano in the deep stillness of tho winter night his Imaglna Lion wandered back to the stormy days of his youth extend from the past a plaint a groan like those which escaped from his breast when be saw himself forsaken by the world AlP In vain One day at Milanbe was unexpect edly called to the bedside 6f a dying remainedn4 prosperity Verdi at the sight of nls dying friend felt a lump rise hla throat He wanted to weep bois In tense was his grief that not a tear flowed to the relief of his anguish In an adjoining room stodd a pinna Verdi under ono of those sudden Ira pulses to which men of genius arsometimes subject sat down at the In strument and there and then improvised the sublime Miserere of tho glYfJIIAn Arrnorelad Nest In the Argentine Republic says a wheretheopenbothpart the year A bird taking advantage of this proceeded to build a oVeotdow The eggs were duly hatched and taldngdoipractically arawrclaaT the outer part rJtlrelyotoJdfIItrOa tlNis tes the nalUp I found that n- ohFtka stxtyiilx had beei used bet seate wire atod piM taken front 1I y dressing table Tbebird was about the tameSr Many Women who are Splendid Cooks dread bfvinj toicepiirean elaborate dinner because they are notsufficiently strdnf to stand eWer s intensely hot o a f range This is especially 1I an summer Every w o rn nInkes pride in the table she bften is done attremen Y1talitythrOuih coaJnnf 0n8a coal range hot kitchen It is no longer necessary to wear yourself out prepping a fine dinner Even in the heat gf summer you can cViornre bnt Oil stove by up pta Cabinet sizes CabinetS Oil CmnpanyS combinations 1screwottacb by grief eddeayorlngto In of rrTHEi DIAMOND CUTTER His Skill Hap MUC htoDo With the Brilliancy of the Gem Whim the expert looks at a diamond he can tell you In a moment where it came fropi and even whether it was cut lately or some ago He knows by its color reenrs it comes for the color of the dlanjonjd differs from that of the South African and even in South Africa different col ors xxre found In different mines Int le rough the diamond baa little brilliancy for there hi a rust that must be cut away before It cern prop erly refract the light and It Is this power pf refraction which makes the brilliancy of a dlanioud and has ev erything to do with Its value In thp market The skill of the diamond cut ter has much ik do with bringing out this brllllancyi He tnus do the most he can with the rough stone before him mid lose as little as possible of the precious weight in the stone Diamonds are found In all kinds of queer shapes for the carbon may b- eIln any position while being crystal Hz ed and the act crystallization may Liffect only parts of that carbon When t cutter bns a rdughdiumonii fche fudges almost instantly fcut to the greatest ad llt inclines to the pear make n pear shaped dia If It be square or round folow the natural lines possible so tbat thet loss fed to a minimum To make the stone as brilliant tu possible the diamond cutter cufs man facets so as to refract the light from as many points as be can A full cut brilliant has at ieast forty lglit tacetJl and so expert are the cutters that they often cut diamonds so small that It1 re quires a hundred to weigh a carat Each has fortyeight facets 1leveland Plain Dealer r t Nt i Why DinaH Wept long ago a lieutenant In the navy was brdcjed away dn a three years cruise The order bad betn dreaded for wAksnnd when it came the young wifi who was to be left In a Brooklyn flat with jt baby and a col despairShe ty well however until the actual moment of parting came and then she w pt as though lice Jieart woulij break The cruiser was to leave the navy yard early next mornln aud the lieutenant had gone to report for duty In the midst of her lamentations the young wife heard a shifting and sob htapin tbodlnlng ro inland upon glccc lug through the do r she saw Dinah the colored maid rocking her body to and fro in a chair ar d weeping violent Sly Wby DDDlhah whats Ihp mmat ter cried the mis ress You seem tto1 tttake Mr Din iks departure ns much to heart ns I ddo SDeed I doesnt Mis Blank deed doesnt sobbed DInah What nm boderlu dls chile am do fnc dat a cullud gemmjen friend ot mine am gwlne sail hisscf on dat same l- errnlsnhYtw York herald The Purchnso of New York When tile lottrr tniiiourtctng tilL put cbasefor giiitdcra 2tiof tlu llOOtl morgens of Iii tnJ coimtltutJnK Manbut Cnn Island was rnul iii the ufiwmblf uf the Ktntcs gotiinil on Nov 7 itmi wits rcsolvitl that tto action net pssnry on this infornmtlmi Oiul tbph high might liiest poKsesHrd previslo bow JitnntKius luijjilt have bru tbi rrsolutlou pnsstfl 1hhtthc newly ac qulrcil iHlaiid KlnuiAj lip krlll forever under tholr control Xorwiift the Weat nisikingcrustspeculatiun barlinetun more olin tluMxcHlpnciMif tboh Invostiqent Morp iiiiiu ten hues th ubQuZOOOniatp hits since beoi paM for aslnjlt square foot of New Yprk soil irobk bly there is Hoi other sate on record where the advancein value has been so great IutuamsMagazIne A Bad Start Brpr try this keep nsmlllng prop osition Tried It puce but with poor suc- ceSS Dufortunstely stimM the ex perlmeut on a daytbntthJboss felt croucbLoulsllJe CourierJournaL What Made Him Sick Teacher Your lit tie brother was all jitudj be In school The iCId Sure 1 gIve hIm the seegar wid DldntI hands PueK I Stationary Youth Rich FatherM daughter la too young to get married She Is only eighteen InipecuaipusLover know ilr but I have wilted patiently for years and she doesnt seem to get any older 1S = THE REGENT A Diamond That Restored the Fortun5 of the House 4f Pitt T 3Ien tratsI tsLvreIJbIejIl grii tqt- ull rllrlltnI II tlbnriabiseii tn1trtfii- hbsbi jlr iiifluli IIjlz1 1k4 rt vnl of Itoiiih HruHiniil llIIt ist1iur- it argi lss Iigbsi1 tC ic- UlIm IIUIJJ rtir UIU tnIH1 tu lflit i Linus XlAl Jt llltJlIlflumllll lirihtst tifl1y livt trtI UllIlfllII n itVtv r rllt NutUvre Moureipuu Flint iiiises Malutenou Among them was the wondrous Pitt A slave in India found It Having found it bit heart shouted for liberty Cutting the ciilfrf his leg In order to tilde the diamond within tbe slit he limped to the coast Tp an English ship captain he pffereu it for passage to any country where men were freeSTbe captain quite casually and with nice humor took the gem and threw the slnye Into the sea IThe guerdon of such jesting release servitude was sold to al dealer ftfr and through him reached Sir 15000 Pitt governor of Fort gt George for 102000 who shipped it home to England tobe faceted A Scotch financier John Law thn doing business In France negotiated for a fee of 25000 the sale of the din mond to the regent afterward Louis XIV at 778000 Jt is pleasant to remember that thereby ftie fortunes of the bbuse of Pitt wen restored and that the sellers son William Pitt and his granjlspn tbn- rJotE Chatham weretssist5to high place and service by Ppportunltle made possible through the profit on the diamond for which a poor slave seek ing freedom was tbrown into the sea liwybodysS CLAWS OF JRpsl The Toeof Those That Perch and ef Those hatRu fttus note that the art of standing begun with birds Frogs sltand5as- far as I know every reptile be it lizard crocodile alligator or tortoiser lays Its body on the ground when not acto ally carrying It And these have each four fat legs Contrast the flamingo which having only two end those Ilk willow wands tucks uP one of theM and sleeps poised high on the other like a tulip qn its stem Note also that one toe has been alto gether discarded by birds as superflu ous The germ or bud must be there for tha Dorking fowl has produced a Bfth toe under some influence of Uif poultry yard but no natural bird hat more than four Except in swifts which never percV but cling to rocks and walls one r turned backward arijd bya cunning contrivance the act of bending the leg draws them all automatically together So a hen closes its toes at every stej It taEes as if It grasped something and cf course when It settles down on Its roost they grasp that tight anciJ old It fast1morning But tp birds that dp not perch this mecbanlsm is only anincnmbrance sa many of tbeui like fhe plovers abolish the bind toe entirely and the prince of all two legged runners the ostrich has got rid of one of the front toes also retaining only two London Strand Magazine BOGLJSPICTURES- Counterclt Antiques Openly Manu- facturnd In Italy Speaking Pf tbe manufacture rotI 2ounerfelt paintings in Italy a writer In the National Kivlpw says t hat some times genuine old pictures are really discovered In peasants houses but rarely In good condition The peasants have a disastrous trick of rubbing pictures with onkJoso lean tbem By so doing they take off art only the varnish but the precious nrtlna and certain colors In many iases leaving onlytbe mere gold back ground supposing the picture isot that date arid the mere deeplyInclsed lines These wrecks are oagerly bought for a trifle by art dealers vo employ akjlled experts to restore or rather to remake them on the basis of the origi nal outlines Pictures of the early period with old backgrounds and qunlnt drafts dLvnn be seen openly drying before tjp shop doors Their foundation Is a pan el properly worm eaten and chemically flgod painted on thu gesso groundthat was the basis for nil pictures of that lJocli Bud owhich thai owettheir lu tnlnoua qualifies Such plcthres nreftenmadeupout utn number of realty old but rulnod P1turs nod pro an Ingenious puzzl that reeniiro OesterUy taste and know odee to ci trnct Larded CalPs Liver- cittj- the liver weriI then t1th a knife uiitkej Incisions clear through tlin lucb apart Into these put strips pf fut salt jmrk Iut a table jpoon of minced onion somd parsley a JIiish of liepper and onihaJf CUD of urnlucd fomato juice in 5 pot Lay the liver In sprinkle with suit and anibu cover and set on range where uradujIIllyand pour over the liveri II = ff1= x= t jij Interesting rnualrrtiolJef thf Twf V Traits ofIW2 nxeys AunilUHimtlou wintf the differ Uce Iteltfeeu iiiitIlt tiU reasim In iiimiUivrt mine UMIIT tu observation biUavId Sstanf jiAtluu the fatuous ualiintllst At unenhiif He hud two lively Ahiewux i vailed nub iiid Jyvjku ruebe sete nut and fruit eating moniZys und lusUnctively knew just How to crack nuts and peel fruits At the same time be had a baby mba key Mono of a kind that had tbe egg eating lastinct But Mont bad never yet seen an egg To each of life tbree monkeys Dr Jordan gave anigg tbellint that any of them had ever seen Baby Mono descended frcfur egg vatfng ancestors bandied his egg with nil the iaherlted expertness ota Jongdeveloped- astD1ctafc ed It with his upper teeth mating a bole in it and sucked out all its substance Thee holding the eggshell up tQ tbg light and seer Ing there was no longer anything in it he tljrdw it away All this be did mechanically automatically and just as well with the first egg as with any other he afterward had Aad all eggs since given hIm he has treated in the dame way The monkey BobttOok bis egg for some kind of hut Be broke it with hIs teeth and tried to pull Pit the shell When the Inside ran out and fell on the ground he looked at it for a mo ment In bewilderment thea with both hands stooped up Fhe yolk dthe sand mixed with it and swallowed it Then be stuffed the shell iqto his mouth This act was not Instinct it was reason He was not familiar by inherited Instinct with eggs Be would handle one better next lute however Reason very of ten makes mistakes at first but when it is trained it becomes Ia means far more valuable and power tul than Instinct The third monkey Jock tried to eat his egg In nfwh the same way that Bob did but not llklngtbe taste e threw it awaySt Nicholas Living Over Catacombs 4 Paris In many of its districts It built over the catacOmb says Harpers Weekly These vast subterranean chambers und Cileries produce that peculiar cavernous isuunfl which Is beard In the Luxembourg Mpntpar nasse Vauglrard Montrouge and Montsourls quarters when heavy earth paw rapidly fllojij the coarsely metaled ponds Tfic streets are then like monStrous drums beating tuners marches to the grave Qver that vast common grave of ten centuries of Parisians with its millions of skeleton dead That quaint little Gotblb house at the corner of tile Boulevard Ran pall which many an American artist must remember from bis student days actually has a private staircase lend Ing to the catacombs from beneath a hermetically closed stone slab just in front pf the doorstep Lincoln as He Knew Him Asked under the civil service mIce to write what he knew about Abrtu bam Lincoln an applicant for the po lice force of New York wrote Abraham Lincoln was born in Ken tacky at a very early age His father afbvcd the family tto ObIo floating down the Mississippi If be had not teen killed by a murderer he might be living today Be was an Intelligent man ana could easily have been presi dent of New York city Ladies Home Journal Needed Airing 1manded4Oh pf course replied Brightly Theyre so stale imd musty they cer tainly need something of thiit sortl Philadelphia Press It Suspended I tave4eclded to suspetidyour sen terice the Judge began For the Lords salee1 judge you dprtt mean to say lifting a few chickens is a bunging matferr Haw York Herald Tact- I am sorry to have to tell you so bpys said tbe pleaseut looking visitor who was addressing the Sunday school but there is not one chanc in a thousand that any one of you ever wilt be preside t of the United States Still he failed to secure their nnci1 Tided Attention But If you live up to your oppCifo tunitles he went voh eying tbew keenly some bright boy iir this audi ence may bccotne a great baseball pitcher or i he worlds cbumpidu bats until Instantly every buy sat up straigh- tsudbcgauo llstenCbkago Trlbuii Not So Bad I asked my class of small b9 f1lt any could tell nite tlatnennlng of tbt vonl apprenfl v ald a teacher re tcntlyiftid fall husked at me blanklj riutll one led utriie t Can you fell me what apprentice jeans j nIIIII1 Yes It imaiiH practicing work Exchange j GrippeJI I I artd4hankroUlforJ InbadI I fenialetrouble ItAtl I pnlythreet doctors ot thanany other medicine I ever tool jrCARDIHj95 The Womans Tonic likeGriplmpcoesappetitenatural glow of health h ItThinkt Catdulhelped 5 Remember you cannot gett the benefit of the Ck ingredients in any other medicine for they are not for inanf drug store except in the ardui bottle Try Cai clttOo11er3 tile thlbs has sale i duLi LE 4 4 r J Children Cry for Fletchers 1 b1ekhasjinM1I1 orne e signature ofCJand has eeDIeIoaonal jmperrlsloi staoe Ua tsifaacy lTeyoallntlils toAll c0 are butExpferi 0ritg tkt trine with and ndofer tte firalsfc ef hlai17a CbuZipeio against Etpesei What is CAaTORIA PamSgiwic Drop J1md jgfoothlaa Symp It Ii Plsusant 1 coBtalng keitker Opium 1r1n mor oXUar TfansjUo XtmjMysS We a f IiiJCantI FIBCYIj assimilates iyh e Food s Stomach and Bowels givIng Wealthy aad avL i The Gaildrea9 PazaceaTio ITeth es Friend GENUINE CASTOR A ALWAY- xyBcarf the Signatureoif 9 The Kind YouIIave Always I1 In4Fo3Oyr-n IrMactAw71 w e EttttnntnnfltfltLtnt J A 4r JOaNEDELEN JjVflK WIMSJTT t f1 The4 Coppage Care Go m ORPOJUTJ1D f I r Tthb Market LOUISVILLE rf1I 0 We makegpecialtiji of the followiaf bra da MftigiywweS SpriIi 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