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cMattrtZf- ltthby n tM ue of Soutberlnwliff CELEBRATE GOlDEN WEDDING AT DANVILLE Col and Mrs Nicholas Mc Dowell Fifty Remaikb1 Years Mar i p Famijy Danville Ky May 17Yes terday afternom at bbeir beauti thlsOityII other States gathered and cee brated the golden wedding 0 pc Nicholas McDawellandMrs JlcDo eU l Fifty years in the COUPtyOfWasbogtoh1a double cerembny waS pronounced which united in marrige two Asters and two brpthers these being Nicholas and Samuell McDowell to Eaizabeth and Martha M Elroy Mrs McDowell is now in her 75th year being one of ten sis ters all of whom qre now living Shewas the daughter of An tBony anU Sarah McEfroy ofI Springfield Mrs Mary McElroy Hughes of Bloomtield is the oldest of the ten brothers and sislersj and iis now in her 85ih year John I McBlroy being tVe youngest his age being 03 This makes tlfe fourth golden wedding celebration held in the family during the last ten years Hugh McElroy yes erday pre Rented at the handsomely de j corated table a set of cut glassc tumblers with the name of each ot the ten children embossed x n he tumblers it Uoder each tumbler which was place at the plates of the si children a 50 gold piec asplacediby Mr McEl roy This was oneaftbe most unique remembrances given Many handsome gifts were presented brthe many kinsmen and ad miring friends of the aristocratic old couple Marvelous Discouorlos t arkthe wonderful progress of the age Air flights orrheavy machines t l i iiis51tbtIre terrible t far invention to kill men and that wonder of Anders Dr Kings New Discovery Ao save life when threat ed by couchW colds lagrlppe asth ma croup ranchltis hemorrhages hayfeyer and whooping cough or lung trouble For all bronchial aflec Uonsithas no equal It relives instantly Its the surast cure Jamest M Black Of Asheville N c RiR No 4 writes it cured him of an obsti nate cough after fell other remedies feUed 50c and 100 k trial bottle f eG jaranteed by Haydon Rob ertson V To Enjoin State Board It is probabje that steps willII be taken in Court by Hardin county through our Fiscal court to enjoin the State Board of Equalization from adding fifteen per c nton the countyys taxable fproperty The gtound of the proposed Injunction wilLbe that a member of the State Board Isi inioiigible 10 denyethat he is not a property dwoer arid tnt without his yote the raise on Hardin along vith maul 9ther counties would upt have been made His known that the vote was a tie on the proposition to make the raise Chairman Garner decided Jtjby voting in the affirmative Without the vote of the alleged ineligible member it would haves ood three to two against tlVe raise tolntiesirptheir raise oh the same ground and the outcpnie of their suits will be vwatcD6d with keenest literest5It s aid thatJeffer on will file itsiinjunction in a fejv days Judge Rider is in com manication wiUi Coundy Attar ney Scott Bullitt of Jefferson nnd will lay the w hole matter before the Fiscal Court which onvetied today for their deciI ion Elizabejbtown News s Do You Get the Best If you have a cough cold asthma roupe or any throat or branchial troubleaud use Dr Bells PineTar Soneyyou do Look for the b Jlon the bottle Back to the Farm HUleIidea of the unprecedented sbift ing of populAliOn that Is today tatting place within its bodera f fasljinftongr persons will desert the citiec fort e country this spring will 44 = lie scattered there iis no doubt alon railroad authorities and men inpbwer in the states of the northwest l Families are filing claims upon the free vMontana homestead att i the rate of 500 persons a week The GrE atFal1s land office of tbB United States Government is flooded with applications from finquiries and still there are the saodsof acres of land that will be filled up before fall The beautiful warm spring flEIfImfl country In which the free lands pronounced agriculf urally per fect are open for settlementS Oregon Washington Wyo ming and the Dakotas are shar tug proportionately in the influx VntoTharback to the farm move m iit tsspilfedaU advance figures until today conservative estimates covering country are to the tbeentireJ j about 3 500000 persons will re f turn to theioil before the fall orJr 19l0fiMinrieapolis Journal V Womans Great Idea- llje iButiI orte1lllper tandt plmplestblotchesed complexion But Electric Bitters j Icwhot IIIc They regulate Stomach Liver ana Kidneys purify th blood give strong r nerves bright eyey pure breath1 1oni 1 at1Haydonr Meet At Elizabethtown pEJizabannuall meeting of Groupe Four of the Kentucky Bankers Asso i ciatiota will be held m Elizabeth own Juue 8 Extensive ar rangem nts are being make for the meeting There 4s about 100 bankers expected to bV present t Toe local bankers will be hoststt at a luncheon in boiiur of foe of visitors the affair tpbein charge pi of the Ben Hardin Helm Chapter of the U D CThe president of Groupe Four iis W C Rogers of the Marion Natidnal ujLebanonover the sessions JfhQ follow ing pro rame has been arranged for thereetinghIdyocationRev L 1 Speri cer Elizabethtojwn Address of I omeB A i h Sommers Elizabethtown Response Judge J Q Graham Leitchtield Appointment joff Committees Bankjlxaminers 0ValqeSainvifleVflow to Build Up Bank li- ePOSltSJl Wilson Gleens burgV The Group SystemJ C Utlerbackj Pr sident Kentucky State Bankers Association LIUnCtIeQnf DepositsRo The Ideal CtthierJ R Downing Georgetown The Importance of Personal t- iAcquaictauce with Our Fellow o sBankerPville IHs Report of committees Election of officers 4djournmentV VD Si 1 Dont Be Aunoyed With skin traubles chaps pibples blapk heads eczema or i soresWhent AntiseptiSalveI Kissed Queen Victoria t In taking the census of Har onlyfoundt f sLobilpuTopmey whose parents broughtt him to tins country when he was nine yearsolHeis problably the ouly man in America who ever kissed Queen Vidtorla and had for a playmate the late King piward VII Mr Topmey father was a gardener at Wind sbt palace and there was a school established by the qaeen or the children of the employees which he attended as achildBt wa quite a vocalist Jn those faron days and the show singer o school One day the Queen vis ited the school and the teacher ade the gardeners little sot LOVd Save the Queen as entered His sweet voice and childish innocence quite won thenoblelady and stfe impnl siy ly stopped and kissed the little Binger Mr Tooniey still loyally cherishes the memory of the Queen of Ehglands ki although he isas5 stainV ap Americas citizen af if his aaces tors badl fought 1in the Revoln tion HarrodE bur Herald Deafl ss Cannot be Circi Iby local applications as they cannot reach the diseased poftlonjof the eat There is only one way to cure deaf ness and that is bv constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflated cbndition of the mucous lin- Ing ot the Eastachian Tube When ia Inflamed you have a rum bUng sound or imperfect hearing and when it la entirely closed Deaf ness is result and unless the Inflamma ti1n can bc taken out and this ttbe heilriug will be Destroyed forever nIie- ases out of ien ajret caused by Catarrh c4nitioCWe will give One Hundred Dollars by1cotarrhalls Catarrh Cure send for elf culars freeVP L Cheney Co Toledo 0VVS Sold bj Druggists 7Sc Take Hall8 Family Pill for consti atton ey Democrats Line tJpVFor Johnson Gongressman 3en Johnson of the Fpurth Congressional Dis trict a8 vesr terday at the Old 1tslmany jiis politibal fiends from all artsthe State called todis cuss his making the race for Governor As ma2OO sent up their cardstfanfl followed them p to room No 50 where Rogers ore Mr Johnsons campaign manager has opened headquar tetsWhat they said appears to ave been most satisfactory to Mr dohnsonV11 feel mighty good tpnight e ijaid to several lieutenants from put in the State who were gathered in his room There rsnt a man in Hart county who isnt for you said ne uand everywhere I go in he State I dont hear anything but YOUVScores of telegramsfrom friends who did not get to town also told Mr Johnson how good thingslooked for him to get the nOin ntion Before the day wasp ver Mr Johnson had heard rom all quarters of the State Mr Gor sKid and all the news was good newsTtiese friends are going buck to their homes to ford an organization dedicatedj o the work of getting the Dem ratie nominatiun for MrJobn sona year from now either1 in convention Crat primaries whichever the State Committee aysjtiV shall be Louisville HeraldV ont Experiment With a CoHjb When Dr Bells PineTarHoney has been used by millions of people for sixteen year wlh a steady hicrfas ing demand r Look for the Bell on he bottle NOTICE Because of the re cent change in the firm of MoEl roy Shultz it Will be necessaryf to closC all accounts There fore all persons indebted to the firm are requested to cajl at the- tore and settle promptly v VRespectrul1i j i1 McElroy A R Shultz AYERS HAIR VIGOR HairfHakt Inrredtents s Ww Gfyw n QMW SMHHHICMMM Sllce AkeIteL Water Perfume WcHke Doctors wwJerse tkk fonmda er we would apttVpIVIt- up VVYCRS HAIR VIGOR Does not Color the HairVVVVJ tt Ana OM9AVT tttm TJ VVStV V1SVVVVVSV- VV I NOT GUIbTY r s The Iferdict of the Jury in Cue t of the Commonwealth i yi Rod 3JohoIYrhe caseof the CommonwealilI l f of Kentucky vs jjointly with Joe Reed with the murder of Jack Kimberlin at Briertown jCboolhonsei Feb ruijiry 6th was called for trial ont lasY Thursday The common with was represented by CowII monweaiths Attorney O S HIllj and County Attorney T S Mkyes The defendent was rep resehtedby attorneys Sylvester RuSsell W F Grigsby and Joer olin The case w scaled at about 10U lock andthe work of Jf selecting a jury was begun It was soon seen that a jury couldll nbt be selected from the regulars I panel as all but ten disqualified themselyes The Sheriff was ordered toV summon a specialJ venire of 50 jurors to beon hand atetwo oclock and the work of sa lecting the JUry was resuniedat 0 hour and by 3 oclock the intro duction of testimony was begun Drs Grume and Ray were sworn as to the character of vjound whiCh caused the mans death I1 t The chief witness for the Com monwealth however was Jim Walker or as he is better known Jim Biscuit He testified that everything was going on smooth ly and he and some others had been beating a tune on a box when asked what tune he was beating he proceeded to sing ittFe said that Ihe was prompting a set when Rod Jphnaon pull d a pistol aud shot Kimberlin cihoJ Sithatuaoffcndins the time and 1drebelicked the weapon irojn his l hand and seized it His story jwus inconsistent with every cir tlaxjstance and inconsistent with itself and reduced itself to the ridiculous and evidently was not jof seriously regarded by the jury The defendantJohnsondenied the wjjole of Biscuits story ndc disclaimed the ownership of the pistoll which Biscuit caimed het took from him but said tie had a pistol of an entirely different makOj and was corrobated inh this by other witnesses The mot important witnesses for the defense were Nad Hardih and Hugh Hungate llucgate swore that be saw Joe Keed shoot Kim berlin as he was advancingupon largedniie m this by the testimony of Sheriff at S Jv Aoderson wht testified to w having taken ajarge knife with open blade from the dead mans a pocketyi The C6mmpnwealth closed its testimony at 5 pm and the- defendantat 9 pm fbeargua went was begun at9 am dn briday Joe Foliq opened the argument and was followed by F Grigsby and Sylvester t Russell who clp3 d the argument el for the defense Bon T B Mayes argument thtcuse fOriijt CowmonYealtltThe case was givon to the jury d at ll4Qaan and averdict ofw not guilty was returned at 3 pmw 4Tb9 jury was composed of thea following citizens Joe Campbellll W S Poulter Wm Nally JQ Goode U W Isham Charles WiJ1 tt Everett Jiali WRtl Codanougher Richard flatchelt Phillip McCotiiiell Jas Arnold and Joseph Settles IItching Eczeriid Washed Away t Tslt worth 25 cents to you to stop thatawful agonizing itch Surely you yiill upend 25 ceutson your drug gists recommendation 10 cool and heal and soothe tiatjerrible itchingV Ioruptldn By arrangement with theD D D Laboratories Chicago we are able to mike a special offer ofa 25cent bottle of their oil of wintergreen D D D Pres criptlbn Call or write or telephone to Haydon Robertson We absolutely know that the itch iss aWpped AT ONCE by D D D Pre criptlon and the cures all seem to beo permanent Vcv Big Raite The total increasein the assess ed value of property in Kentucky SVequaliz4by the State Boatd of E ualizatipm is a4OOQCpO 1 whUh iwjll yield lOiCOO idUi o 4r VfrV tional revenue to the statet asp compared with the assessments f made bv the county assessors In LouIsvIlle and efferson coon jt he tyy the increase was about ninei n mi1Jion iCbWlH mean that the taxpayers of Jefferson county willbave to pay taie- andptate county a total of 158 OQO Of this the state will get isIsending out to the sheriffs df the I 118 counies of the state ticesI jshowing the amount that charged against each sheriff under the equalized assessment and he sheriffs will begin cpllec ting taxes as soon as they get these r noticesNotaxes could i be collected until these notices were received A Dreadful Wound from a knife gui tin can rfisty nail fireworks or ofany other nature de mands prompt treatment withBnckJs lens Arnica Salye to prepent blood polsohorgaDffrena Its the qulckeet urst nealerfpr all such wounds asttl also for Burns BoilsJSores Skin t Eruptions Eczema Chapped Hands f Corns or Piles 2Sc atHayoon RoIc sLEBANONFrom the Erfterprise and Fa ntMr James Bell died at his- sliome nearPiuley after a huge ing illness 67 tuberculosis Thetj funerall services and interment were at Nejv Market Mondaybi afternoon Deceased is snrvjV dt1- byhia wife and several smaTT children Mr vVilIiatj Minor 74 yeasoft teageellsburg Monday of a complied tioi of diseases The funeral a services werecoi ducted httbe Jate residence and interment was n the family burial ground near Mitchejlsburg Deceased resia din Lebanon aboPS sears all p ago awaatbe father of the late JOhn L Minor of this city A deed was filed witi County Clerk Spalding a few days ago transferring from Chas Brady tJ Washington county to Liazie Kimberlin of Bradfordsyille Tt two tracts of land on the Arbu oJ 9 kle pike about 8 miles from hi Lebanon The two tracts don am about250 acres andapart of the land bodght by Mr Brady froth this George G rundy eirsi I I ofMiss Bessie D McAlister a 1IjnieceolMrsthe residence of her ant near Lebanon Thursday night of last n week after a 10 weeks illness of scarlet fever Her parents forbjf erlylive4 inStanford and ior the last six years have resided w tittnrej burial Saturday Deceased was bright attractive child ten arsQf gu i Robert Burns the young man who was arrested a few weeks go on a charge of being InstruV mental in the burning of the old 25VEramtaHotfl bond for his appearance bore the grand jury was exon rated by that body Tie jury investigated the case as fully as could and after hearing llh the evidence failed to find nia1 ictmenb THe bond under hIch young Burns was placed released jjust as soon as the ot tectioriyvearnedJtvn M Spalding Co sold o E J Russell and JLA Bridge be Its Sad Thigffo a man to lose his eye sight Its k sadder to see him neglect his oppqrfu ties to preserveit For that reason I tter to examine your eyes free of- harg Not a careless perfunekjr D examination either but a scientlft and ITRortujliI You owe it to youraeltio accept tiioffer Every day yonegIctltyta- 1erogreasing tOWdweI- p1eeN 1 tJAS J GR4cs- wathr of I ouiavllle 335 catjfti fed at the Co n Hollow JU1l8rYf laverage weight 1100 pQand at 7 peats PhecattJewere driver ed last Saturday aricliti4 required 15cars to takejthemr Mr Sjwild itnRJnaflditiontotbisHiet1ip ped tf Louisville two wnks prior to this date 35 hdforwhich be received 6 cntlTbtotal number sold being 870 andI jth3am9uut received nearly fXl members of the firm were here yesterday participating ia tIM division of the profits and from the broad smile they w rewr ing they were ha proverre suits 7 7 Mr and Mrs F W Lollar while en route from Bradfordg yule to Lebanon last Friday morning1 came near losing thfelr liyes in aitempting to eros a swollen stream When in tht middle of Jthe cjceek the horse I heysere drivingbcm frigh ened broke the Jiarness and freeing iitself left the bog V and occupants in the raging waters Robert Raley and several others aw the plight of IvlrV and Mre and crim to their assis ance They threw a roe toh t vlr Dollar and in this way teptj the vehicle from floating down stream or uertuining until the f wo could be rescued So ddepR wasthwjt rtran through thi uggy and every ona who wit essedhe affair thought a seri j0us accident was ce tBino rer suit Mr Loljar was recently appointed sexton of Kyder cenffe 5y losuccapd W E Prather and took charge dnly a few days r gt t Get The Rest ASForVeizeh match ps blackheade pimples and eruptions Use Jr Bellas Antbet- icSalveVand you get the best JWe guarantee it 25c a boxeverethre i v- PainfullyHurt lb jr t4 The many frienclsi ofBon 3vRo7al ty will besorio learn O loimwa y tpjffritton sale near Sttlvisa riving a borse to his buggy that Viledid not thorougliiT know and wnen he met an atb mobile he ttempted to get out the vehicle to hold theanlinalt Tie his leg was canghtMn the wheel and badly hurt Fortu h- atelyt1e hors std stilt ndh did riot become frightened else he hiyeJll beconfijied to the hows for a bout two weeks He is a forwer piemhier of tbelegfslatuies Harod urg Herald s THe Best Itemedy Pot all kidlJof sore eyes is Sontherv lands Ea le Eye Salve Itia aTjsnow white oiotmeht and wo M sotDinjure the eyes of a babe GaaniBteedl c eyery where On Warpath Afam It tMr Tim Ryan who liXM with Th family on Harding citek bout 1I miles from Ltbanob dwho several months ago was tried in county court on acharg n abusing his family ax l aetiq nced to six months In Vjiub hich wrfs later changed M tk same period in Kantar WM gain presented in that court Wednesday on a similar char t It appeared that he bit iabteW and threaten 3d his famlf M t Saturday ntbttAtter a thor ough invpatfgatioa of the facts Judgd Carter fined Ryan sndorcbretl him to ex citet hoed In the samot 500 6s ditkMMd that he would kep tb pHceaiid i1 of good behatoi for a peribi ore year In derUof bOIt4It the sliient Iib 1Falcone NoDiegepintaklng Dr Betls PIaTa4JIsey- or cbufhawJl COWL Iacstats s- abit pro4uIs drss LM fec tM BtllomthCtottle Brown ridag iuotblli shovsa a e t ultiHoq jtk4ftl a tarts A CXU T r iFOS4Cgisi4tC i8Pi Yti r5 ilr ut J q j FORMERLY UVBD JI 0 te tKcofJolui M Ad UWII jLaWsuLsIm 1 diesosIaj I j r IYrs B Tktp red mdias fSbs izttscdmefij t1I1theriiilaw Profe M r J ba M 5Adams HV tdent of this cpv tj bsvISjiirtbe Pltasant Gr N stfIithood 00 thefar- g L LitHo fl iv a lb well reibedr by a r of ti sb1spupI1si r the Pleasait GmI Maj ifor several years is =f v 4 Mist J nmi ThipsaVo- f the late Wm TsieiVMl uB Thos1VV 7Adamrwitb IYt cMdi a pi IJ yes luKedUtol Ur ppi ing Ofhfn 4 s 5smoved with bkt iMMlf db 1 j napolis Ind wsr IM hi death If 1tzlTL C jFoWthe XIeg ef all1axafireD ZnNew tffe Pilkial OOeSynave preyed a bl t iriofamily i Buffalo N Y 1tsOlfor all Stp rtso tJ 54 S ifWilliam iack4oi olM tJ + iirtSectiODwenty years of ace 11 ora VCarregje d4forbr1ryS iackftpb was pasaiHf tbtioisi tt j Logari Uarfier wktsi IM iMiuri MM screams Mrs Carter taUhjit JtiJftbi briI14adfallesjn tbe wjslj 5YVJackson leaped UMI IN ed + withont allY quistJ6 jsink the well sad by Uw ti0ieneighbors had arriT d b d the ciyiaf sad mend o a1s ThsboysIzyesrsdajS s4ng tQ ira a bi St trtArfrota t I Asa fperated by a wisdw be st his Llaies se lIJi IfMf lNelll we I 1 and contaiofd aboe4 six lr 1 water Had it ot base for the coiirafs p f04ItIK Jsefcyp r UM t- borjo doubt ifopjd h t INMMI iri drowned b forebp oeoM Mwe t eacbed hiM HadbewalliBd to li secure asapsVy which ASMS tWUf thbey asVeva ptrbp j drowftsdl iMMovi coild ha beiM resjsswA btst cklQl1i qkr a 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the areWhWa- j 4Ia = aotQnatArmy r afiuue ma b rhm abofct 115iv hid ebM4 1i1t t SS l tIIIrrbu t1t4ll 11l 4 I d Mtr = f5drsi slngLng 4f LI1h aos cMtH s JI11114tIIir pIIMi l fj grftve of ieh oomrad and t tpot ft a boqiwt of flow W t et M K token of tbetr bye Whit JMto IM osIer olth ctik wbre 1ILawe r rT jult WI nrapeecJoerthe n of her anciKa hero QfKJr WIafb r which theyV j it RIltoeroJ to 1itnVr 01- f rdHd ref ikrlmc imriaff the war from 4 tbslips CC ka iinyed for belili tJ SSAbitA diaur waa spadM i bua 11M iant 1 triw 1LLLk yciallyj no1ab1eG1tt1dre BMIrw 1H ths Utb apakers erK lrOptJlih6nn B Simnw IJ IiII Mr ilaw Ricketa L BbaJW a Johi Polia and Prof OiICL 7l ClarW ProcMlal dh StRou are rii J Oa 1U Sunday afternoon al i 11 roolook ttaraA took place for theUe1 fr t tiaffeiaI the history of the teiinh i xary large proOton J f the OMbobOll o7 St Roaea ohitok ia boBor of theBlcMed c tiairaanat Tba propSMioai was5t built br the acolytes and b itT Wya tbaa the men of the pariah tba SaYScbool chil t iraaaW MM Yoting Ladiea Sof1 L TdaHQrt1jraiaforoMl by many oftrert8 she yonK ladies of St Catba rlM AaUtny Lastly came Jti SVeryBar 0 C McGonagle I tpriOr of St RoM Content aiidPaatoc of the parish carry I I iIi the Btaaaad Sacrament under +A wia4 aamtifil silk canopy t SrPeIhwrb tba laariahiooerB t 14Hi Ministers gjyL It V Flood a dG BJ JB aaa acoonapanied him j yrootarton was marshalled ISIj Je1aaBDtwkiDl assisted bv of 1 toa ottoaraof tba Holy Name A Bopiair dTovng Ladiea So 1 a try Ta il inKof the i rWffi LiaffHt was very sweetly SriEer ad tbf order and rev IR aravoa of the congregation be spoka tintense Catholicity f ii AjHM klgpartin the proces iiis Tha Rev M P OSuliiYan i Ikaacbtd the sermon in the jehroh froai the Sixth Chapter ofB Jobn on the Blessed Sac raaiaat This procession lato4 r 1t1ijI0l ian annual feature cf p religiotHi devotion at St Hoses js hmr hior the futurg B l t Mooessvzlle i 7 4 EaVi Olus Haaiilton deliver t 3 SiinrtarsaUag raon itNew 4 Hop 8ndty Tbare iraa a 4oar iaMia iJIr rqlon Xays are riwivg coegttiIaiooi e- rp rriTtLlotiL poIIQ C7 Mr Owl C Yaacay and wit l ef SFIntIi1d apet edav WUi Mr and Nra P ALyd t rMvi Derringer h- obiwtbstt tb ieime-i SII Is illtl g Mi J 8ttIe aid 14W- Yrt jjtuMzyMcD1t dj ft NM Dvts afl of- rs MnPtMWto YaHa5 IIs n 5Trnidy ML Arthvr Meld and thi1d tc laa Tloca Ji1K1df iIaL4spedsy with fit Jt l lTIcDeoe1I w hM tgSthghIibosIs Kee t zt lor rj1 S Wa iis1hISfri 11j Aity ignats of MlaKrw Ja f f d i 1 thie Vtostf Delicious Bread You Ever Atet It Ii JMW po bi toMcvrc right bi this town the famous Dtfjr rpfi baked by tk Grocers Baking Company of Louisville TTikJbriMMl fresh fro tbe ovens Is rushed to us by Ute fait upi iNCY omg Jkrcb mr stow alartst as quickly as it reaches the grocers tht iIi Lomkrilte Doa fail toglve tJs brad fairtrialtpmorrow Give it the tMtetMt Seiys one kHifo this delicious bread with one loaf of any rtfcMuy bread TlwMkttln folks at your table decide which is ThaaiwMIways certain They choose bestI Dolly BreadFor sirybocylike bread made with malt and fiaked in steam TI1 bn41 11ot baked in the ordinary way It Is baked in MsR1 oyeiupthe ted to 400 degreesInstalled by the Grocers Baking Company at a cost of thousands of dollars t Steam k forced into these ovens under enormotls pressure the tseiatare ir baked rlgkt into the loaf That is why Dolly Bread tastes so good that is why it is so easily digested SOLD BY cELROY SHADER Springfield Ky lAttiaMisa Mary Yancev is spending this week with her sister Mrs S B Yeager of- i11is1jtrg Mr F B Yocum wife and ildren spent aeveral days lastt eek with Mr Will Sweeney and family of Ohaplin Miss Mattie Yates and George irach Cassie Yandey H Q- andyke Artie Waft and WB ahdyke attended the Decor tion Willisburg Mnnday afterti noon i1 MrViandMr Arthur White in of Li yare guesis of r EarleH Whiteman Master TonyWall spent Sat rfiay and Sunday with Elmo eys Mr Jeptha Cox Of Chaplin was m our midst Sunday shaking hands wi tb old friends j MarvelousOlscouorioiS ark the wdnderful progress of the Air flights on heavy m Wnssf telegrams without wires 4tIribler war inventions kill men and that wonder of wonders Dr Kings New to lave l fe when threat ned by coughs colds lagrippe asthsbranchitis 1hayfeyerlung trouble For all bronchIll affec tions ithas no equal It relives in antly Its the surast cure James R1No1 failed 50c and 100 A trial bottle ee Guaranteed by Haydon Rob n HardinVChapeLI cMjssturaed home after a pleasant visit to Miss Hattie Dpgsidon Mrs G WA Fen wick and son Edward spent Wednesday andl 8Tbtirsday with relatives in St MarysIMrs Wood Powell and children spent Thursday with the family Mr Howard Mastera v r Mrs Nellie Logsdon and daughter Hatfte Miss Isabellii Logsdon and Nina Fenwick spentI Friday afternoon with Mrs T Begleyv Mr Howard Rollins spentt iI Friday with Mr G W Coca nougher Miss os belt Logsdon spent the latter prt of last wuek withJi Miss HaUte Lbgsdon Mr and Mrs Bud Coffee spentt Saturday and Sunday with Mr Richard Sbewmaker Mr and Mrs Marion Sweeney spent Wednesday with Mrs Nellie LbgsclynVr lrdayl rs spen Thursday afternodn withi Miss Nina Fenwick r Miss Mary Belt Masters spentt Thursday and Friday with Mrs Wood Powell Mr andMrs John Barker andlljl children spent Sunday with Mt BrewerV Mrsjjj Mrs Nellie Logsdon and 1rMiss MattieT bin iis visitingj in Bradfordsyille this week Miss Lela and Margie Fenwick p It Sunday afternoon with Miss Jennie Litsey itching Eczcmi Washed Away Is it worth 25 cents Jo you tb stop that awful agonizing itch Surely you wilt epeud 25 cents on your druggists recommendation to cool and ieal and soothe that terrible itching eruption By arrangement with the D D D tabora ories of Chicago we are able td nake a special offer of a 25cent bottle of their oil of yrintergreen compound hnown as D h D Presr honeltoI1 stopped AT ONCE byrD D D Pre criptipn and the cures all seem to be permanentS Lit VS 1 Mr Earnest Riley left Mbn h day for Cincinnati where jae Wi enlist in the U S Navy Ii Mrs J Oi Polin spent Tues day at St Catharines Mr Davison Reed who has been attending school at State Uuiversity is home for vacation Miss Laveniai OConner ande Mrs J H Hopper attendti deIIcoratlon services aV Monday Jtfr John Pohn and Jas Wil son attended decoration services at Antioch Monday Mr S W Caldwell who has a position Sheperdsville spent a f3w days here last week 1 Several from here attended1 in rIDgfi ld Tues 1dayev1 of MackviHe attended the ball game here Saturday 1 Jack Reed speot Sunday at Machville The baseball seaso openedIIhere on last Saturday Springfield High School team 1p1ace1 t frQmrr ItoI game w sexc1ti g row star finish and could uotibe toII as a victory until the lat vas thrown Rogers did Lwirling forttter vjsitors theII showed pfettgood form cok and Vandyke performed at t the slabl for the home bojrs ihtir1 curves an 3 speed beiqg too much for the High School boys who only fanned the ak Vandyke struck out fourteen men in seven seJbwas forced to retire from t game The fioal score was 12 eI 8 in lavor of the Litsey boys The batteries were for High School Rogers Sirnins and Cox for the Lttkey team Wycoff Vandyke and Pohn Alma Kellner Murdered The horribly mutilated body of little Alma Kellner who has been missing since last Dece ber was discovered half buried in a cellar under St Johns parochial school Monday morning while the cellar WPS being clean ed out Wraijped i a piece of rotting carpet and covered with three or four iinches of mud and rubbish the body wasf unVMonV day in ac unused cellar under the building of St Johns Paro- 9hial Schooll 7C6 East U7o1ntlt breeb The ghastly iiiscover was Aade by Richard tiSweet vlo works for the contracting irm of Hailer Zehnder and who was engaged in pumping out the cellar when the body was unarthedVJoseph yendling formerjani tor at the institution is suspected by the police of being the actual murderer of havjtng fttirainallyi assaulted the child then killed her and mutilated her body He disappeared m ysteri busly on January 15 five weeks after little Alma was missed Mrs Joseph Wendling wife of 11the former janitor was arrested on the charge of accessory to m- uVrdetVH f Chil dr en Cry FOR FLETCHERS I G ASTORIA ITOVESANDHANGEfvIr1wI vIr1w JUt feceived a Carload of the Celebrated ARIZONAfr sIIdCqbk Stoves and The Daisy I I1 4 tllnd Bfectric We now have thQ best Hoe of Stoves anjd Ranges ever sh own in Springfield 4 IPRICES TO SUIT YOU VV Come and see us whether you byy orMt ltis always aIpleasure to u8io show you 1 I m t I ItiETM3 0LEA vE Fl ifa iiVI a Brownia I Pivot Beam Combined Cultivator II CornlFIeldspecial features areThe Pivot Beamenabling the operator by a I forward pressure on the foot treadles to shift the beams in their lateral movement Beams can be yoked together or worked inde Ipendent as desired Any desired penetration tan be secured The tongue is perfectlybalanced by lever no flying as is the case on I other managementAny cultivators Ease of tongue is perfectly balanced by lever no I dodges quickly which is very desirable in crooked corn Our I spring is perf ection itself It is in a classby itself Buy a tripIIand get rid of the BLUES We have the best line of IImadel II ascrownlMQwJrs I AC Kimball Agt IIL- ewis Chambers General Agents L JttIit=t titi E1501 Round Trip 5 0TO E Louisville Jl Sunday Janef 1910 = 2ii2 Train leaveaSpngfjeldi 5 am arriving Louis f yule 935 am Returning lleaves Louisville f 600l pjn j- ti Base Bflll Game F = F LoulSYiile VSJ Milwaukee f or spend the day at the beautiful1 Fontaine Ferry Park or Riverview ParkV 14 aa VPHIS NOSE WAS SAFE lulHI Nerves Wr In a StaU 8fJIIJ VCold Chill ColiapVwas sitting oh the Veranda of a mining town hotel ones afternoon a good many years ago said a veteran engineer nnd was lazily smoking one of the nicest meerschaum pipes you ever saw when out of the tail of my eye saw that a bad man down at the other end of the veranda bad his gun sighted at me They woo a wild lot around there and I couldnt tell wbetherbe meant to sBoot me or the pipe The chances were lu favor of the pipe however and It seemed a good chance totest my nerve J made up my mind to let him shoot and to pre toad a careless air but Im telling you la the ten or Qftcen seconds of waitIng the sweat came out at every pore and my heart pounded my ribs sore I felt a sort of tick at the bWl of the pipe beard the crack of thgtln aud knew that a bullet hud pihied through the pipe got a brave wHbjuy hands and feet and waited for a second bullet and It went through the bowl after the first I sat there until bis fourth bulI let had hit the pipe and knocked the bowl off the stem aiidthcn sauntered up tome and tbesl1ooterJ saIdVExcise me stranger but thoUghl It was ImitationI I Ssinia you are replied manlenluJbtlc 1t nugjritH to buy me in new Hftr II dollar pipe Say do you Unwf wbatI happened to me when I made an ex cu Fto go ulistalrs after my old corncob Ibad no sooner got iuto my room than my knoen gave out chlUj galloped up my spine and Ill be hang sd If i didnt faint away and He ther for ten mlnufca t lint sudibniyV oc curred to me that till bojvllol that pipe wus only six Inches froih my noa while the fellow watt doing his shoot lag and have not yet got over touchI tug my nasal orgrfn now mid then to wo if it Is afef vVWhat Is the Aide Thought Off The company may be naked to think of some ntfipte in the roomsOne of the pair who ore In the secret previ ously leaves the room When some thing has beeti tclded upoa he Is call edbaclcVScippose they have lixed upon the clock The question mOl nui some hlng like this You are to name the tfrticle Ip this room which has been thugbt of Is It the walt paper No Is It the curtain Nools- the mirrorV No Is It tho armchair NooIs It tl e clock r Thli seems puzzling but the trick II easy the questioner havlrrg rranc 4 thfit the right articte shall be mentlo Hi next after something that baa fotr- o VIA TIRED MUSICIAN How Strauss Once Sn bbela Russian Court Dignitary When Jobann Straiisa took bs or obcstra to Russia be bud some unusual experiences not geuerully vouchsafed to those who lire outside an autocratic government One day be received tbo czarinn commands to plnv livfore ber at berl summer resort aud WitS told on orrivy Ingtbere that hu would tune to hii hearse his program three times befort the performance He begged to knqw the reason for that but no explanation was given him These were her waS estys orders and be could only com ply Still his astonishment prewvbet he saw during the three Rehearsals oi empty court carriage drawuliv a pals of hoVses slowly going buck and forth In front of his orchestra Tbrougbout the tlusl perforraaco the mysterious afct Wits explained Tiur empress liaving a sharp attack voi gout was obliged to rdcline lu the carriage her foot on a cushion vJiit the concert took place and tin nbjtvi of rehearsal bndbwn to accustom the borsos to a full string baud lest they should take fright ijuil bolt witb ber Ju the end of the yerffirnmnce ttj dignitary t the court badi Strauss follon Mrr to s splendid grant ylauot saying l Now be good visugbVW play ma ot newest Vienna music Ithe ltl oughbe was iPrttJ fatigued h three rebeamals HUe ststet perform onco Strauss tbjimxiit it expedient to coniyly but ufttr 10 nad 1u stoppedI tlnuously fur over hour h6 saying I presiuiu that wlU b6 debt 8uf1 am ut t at nil tlrwl nejomed his cxcelletHv But I arh said Strauss and rose tow iheinsirumentV Juitthe Diffdrenc 4 IIp v do niwtichers do out in this country T nRkcd 11wIJflaitVVI1II RCr2 was showln thit nlwMl1 e NojiQclllrc Hltl ho cow pnocbcr II IJnnllv JivUwiril ihr dUI rilf l- un1 wIutszs tlilu i ttrntlll do v SCOTTS EMULSION k takan by peoplej tropi cal countries all tile year round1tstopswastingaadVkwprnup yinasweUu- wterMi4Dtfr3 i Ii 1 m +14 4 + I TRYVv- AMNOUS c- fitit ShAMPOO BAG f A jureHe Sluw ac Hair fooL FonDandruff and Falling Hairv t i1eil the scalp Cleanses the hair thprpUf I rly stimtilatfes the growth irtipjirtp lustre and beauty jv 1 ONLY lOc 3 for 25c For sale only byI LEOf fIJYDON P ltt NOBLE DENMARK Red sorrei 15 34 hands high four yVes old and strktIy sVSired by the peerless Highland Denmark first dam Ky Belle hr th championship saddle horse Thornton Star KyBelfewon first Msey at State Fair for best brood mare and also first money for bestVwr and colt defeating 16 others She is also the dam of the aensVIIweanlingNoble Denmark is a horse of all around action iotaVj nk t good feet and llegs and an uptodate show horse both in harms iVunder saddle He Is a colt of wonderful penes Md8tJ1e 1 P9ssessell aU the air and dash characteristic of the Hip1aDd DURIrrila lils individuality and bjautifulform coupledwitb his poxalar Wood Wns will be aurato produce horses of thhigeclaas Hethseasonofl9lOatV20 To Insure a Living Colt oooooooooo t Chestnut Dare I Chestzut Dare is welllknoWnto fle people of thiajcounties as one of the best breed rs in Ute StateJb ol ad holds good that not one of his colts qf any age of Hfen emma ever been defe ted in a show ring by the colts of an other esse ewed or farme4 in Washthgton county Within the luty MveriJ wcolts havesold at high prices Hewill make tb aaseaat 15 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT OOOOOOOOOOO vi j- Hackney Boy Hackney Boy sorrel 16 hands high sired by CountjrirBb rI first cku by Von Moltke A horse of lots of boneand sure HOOtiCe aV- business horses e will stand at 10 To Insure Living CkV J I will also tid my two Jacks at 10 to Insure Liytog Colt Mares traded off parted with or bred to another one oc jjaclct sea son money positively due Mares pastured at 1200 prVOULVVsolicited Ipatronage BB LEACHMAN IVVVV i RtD BIR p The geat Saddle Horse will make the seasort bf 19fQt the fiof Judge Thurman onequarter mile Qf Springfield at VV v ofr30 To Insure a Living Colt i PEDIththERed Bird was Sired by Cabells Jo Brown 1IUkby CabeHff LexingtOnfirst sire second dam DoUie Gv by B Vhorsestances 4J V I sV OOOOOOOQOOOQO f J Will also at the same time andjplace stand i fI JrICOLT i rrii a dark bay ftalL 6hands high weighs 1150 pounds antf carries hill14lelf in a ti at tractive manner He has proven himsela superb brd byBirdfirst data Sallie Wilke she by George Wilkes Lyle Wilkes 45S byCktorg Wilkes 519 1st dam Lou Coohs by American Clay 34 sire of Gnui ville 226 Maggie Briggs 227 the dams of Nutm r 211 Hnout 216 12 J3t Valentine 217 etc 2d dam Nokomk by Mambririo Cbwiidapii Chief 383 by Mambrino Chief llj lit dam PUM by Grey Kaffk 0 oooooooooobcov At same time andplace wiU stand the fine Jack tJ I t JckfDamon IISViIhasgoodboneandagoodfooti I Ctaken V At 10 To Insure a Living Celt retained onall colts for payment of service fee Miirty dpe wNVmare is parteS with or bred elsewhereVT THURMAN Jb PETERS 5V VIVi5tw 1M U u IIl11 iiVaV JIdI The N ewsL eader and Louisvilla Post on0 year 350k Ji 13JARLY A handsome black Stallion IS hands high a high styled finf shaped fellow tath plenty of action and as rood bone and foot as you would want He is sure io make a great stock horse Hs will make the easonor 1910 at my stabIca at the Stonewall Stock FarH3l2mik North of Sprirtgfield on th e Spring ld and Bloomneld pike fif tOJTp 1 Insure IKLiving Colt flLY Is by Joe l 447Vlie bytMoetim Cnsto 66 he by Mo tros 10 first dam Babe by PZOPet sieiid OMM Lady Brooks hy Doln Gnwfer third dam BettiebySuiBeKEar1y ii-I the best road horsein l1w etOOOM Atsarnetirneandplece BLMJEVGI4NTA No 1 Mdte Jack taiiMMftajI tered will Taake tha SIMO a4 10 TfO INSURE Lien Liy fC VVOOLT retained on all colts to psisfi service fee MOftY due ws 9Mpartedwith or br 4 iGAIl care kekt tdsvsat a1cids bt- rponibsodtWOeUT y r ag sa cn A13 trmrVhV 4VV PA RWM m k the JIIIUoa of 1914 at k tb4 tal r Yq fld- roIM tS aII CII VpVL4b TMM MM fl d A DrtKVVAt H for CWt to V1jid suck HeVbi a ttMfc JKk 14 VtHMM ithwhite WUT fJbM 2dDM Jack SILVERttVaCokint1l weuunc Up UfBiotete en aU eoltssiredbyVVHh r horte c r jj4eks for Mrvice fe- eITYlI6I1MaudEy vr z Jw Dfc GT BURTON ftgSIPBNT DKNTtftT- v TII EXTRACTED f aI mHouT PAINt W =flt RP1Lfl1KY 4Q Dootfti Wort Strfctfy Vt Flrttclmsr ft It rftI J c MUDDf r Ej W Id d p QIIOIhoanS1q t am lto2pm OLoyor Jiardc Thg4or i lnLampton MD- k IfIgtra11te Cf e L if M sN It U ji Vrf nF QRIGSBY r tJtATftEYAT LAW Ie t I OSPOWSIiA DILD XY t Dr MW HYATT CMto 6tr Reel Cross Drm 4 Stort Cttot bomrs Hyatt 1080 to 12 m 4to S p JIIN Y MAY S J FUiE1Ai iiiilECTOB r i tlCEISEDEMlALME8 TBLEPHOKS DY1gaNIHTT4 I rJan iFdllowiB isth time schedule I il101J liii e Kect oa the Bardstown- sML4Sprlbffitld baich railroftd oilMye LouisvlJtiat a i 4lOp to B rdstown Junction I b221pzL BiMiiowIl6c6 p pi at Springfield 655 ji m Iarivm Ko 42Letve Springfield it- 6C 0 sa Bardstown 645 in t iB roirn Junction 730 a nt 1arv atiLoiisTille 820 am- No4BLyell Louisville av 4 720ta IB Bardstown Junction i55aia Bardstown 1005 am irVits at Springfield 1140 p mJ t f o44tev Springfield i iobpm14 Bardstown 22O p m fiaYistowa Junction 410 p m arriy at JLonisyille 5 45 p mINo 90 SlndaY80nlyLeVet SpriBffi ld715 a m Bardstown J JiOO a mj Bardstown Junction i45 a mf arriys at IXuisville- ii85 aID No 91 Sundays only Lea ves e IjO is ile t 600 pmj Bards j jori J Bction 6i45 pin Bardsii ttW 730 p m JBpriBf l ldat82 p m Jj mrandbrnamental I TR11S t j Eferythin for OccbaLawn aadGatdnSY ftrf MMIJtft Strawberry Wants Catalogues r No agents f iItUFcftILLENMEYfR c1 r Lexington Ky W LT DOUGLA- S3OO35O4OOL 45004 HOES i UNION- I ti ia 4Jrl Ii soo LSO rWI 1 L tM k == = d JaI iH wedL TIMir =tIeMqhWSIiN i f thir U y v k sh pri rrw oajHMiMMd ap irfi eIMatrilL Yaiav mmmmf ys falhTtMT Urf f t rflOM tiMt ni JWt M 1It inwywiqr M tiwt IWTC b PuM fMteri 1r yiwhwar as yw ih JMJwL wL1 p fit hMr SSt wC i0 rc MI IT- CUNNINGHAM DUNCA f r- = i Eledtl Bittersw 1 pitiaM m I tC7 IfS th pw- a bays vL- OR KIDNEY UVER AND STOMACH TftOUIIL- It II r fr W 4JS I TOWNL 0 juulU n n Ilil clNapp Inks ST Iteist 1t- Tk Frtand tttI AHAb+iit Y+nrtcir FriMl I11au4 Acquaintance r ml Fo SALE Shortbclrn BoU Goddarfl JS rtan lrr FOR SALE Sec Dd band Deer iBg bi pjer good as nw V Thos Duncan fPQK SALXrGood Shorthorn l co wand calf Douglas Thompson r r i V fstable plants all standard Yarit tics Will Johnson Phone 613 FOR BALE 100 barrels of oora Pat Kelly 4 Mrs O it Brady has for salej Barred Plymouth Rock eggs 15 j for 75 cants i ji A buggy at your pwnprici at AC Kimballs J Nice lint of Geraniums Will Jonnsbn Phone 51 3 Tomato plants fine ones at Will Johnsons green1 houses Phont 1513 QPoR SALEOne horse lady broke and rubber tire buggy ALEX WEBB FORIRENT Room over Peo ples Deposit Bank recently Cecupied as millinery room tl1osSTbnsmv cery Apply to L A Burns Ss NeVodeskirts and silk petticoats tub skirts Just IDIMrs Williams Mound City Paints may cost trifle more but t Leo Haydont FOR SALEOld fashioned cherry bed and dresser and one walnut corded bed Inquire at this office tf Rev W A Wolfe win preach at the Valley Hill schoOlhonsev June 19that4 oclock p m Sunday school at 3 oclock pm ByarybodJ Invited The members of St Catha rines Alumnae Association are cordially iuyited to attend a t meeting to be held Monday June I13 1910 Please send regrets or t acceptance to the Sisters by ii June 10 1919t f Mrs J B Molohon Pres I On last Sunday afternoon an old stage coach1 drawn by four horses was seen to wend its wiin the direction of Springfieldi i As such a sight is not seen every day it excited some curiosity which was increased when itwas it seen hat it contained Cberokee Edd andjait of his force from their ranch at St Maria They were dressed in cow boy style and had their pistols hanging at their girdles After resting a j short time they began their re turn trip The case of Ignatius Wise ys Frank Keen was begpn Saturday and conclnded Monday It was a suit for 1000 involving a tontroversy over Dack sold by Mr Keen to Mr Wise inl which iit was alleged there was a breach of warranty Muc tes fimuny was introduced on each side and the case was argued by Attornpy S A Russell fpr the Plaintiff and by Attorneys Mc Chord and Mayes for the defen dent The jury failed to make a verdict Show At Op6ira House The Gayety Vaudeville COrn pany will be at the Opera Bouse tonight and also on Friday and Saturday nights with a Matinee on SuurUay ftennoon The show comes recommended as a IShighthere will bna change of pro gram each night Admission will be 10 and 15 cents Reserv edseats 25 cents Figure7SociaL The figure 7spci lgivenon lastNTbllrd ofllbeiendtd by s large nurabar of per bus as was attested by thB fact itoatecb thing soljl tVs for the 111Coinllof seven cents and kb Pfocdmolnted to forty dcrilftrs tbift social was also a pro SttoiKMd stfooMs M AD eatertain Sat andall who attended vtrt Mcbt iriih the pleasnrs of tbt eveq lntAbrqa baUd WM IoPIGss 11- a999999999 MoM I i I Teeth ex f tracted Without PAINorD- ANGER t Plaf1tle ALL WORK 1 Done in this office is firstclassI = I in every respect and just as adJ vertised iS i i iiJQ attendance and furnished mu sic fcr the occasion The Mayes lawn is acommodious one and an ideal place for such an entertainment i jt Holiday Now on Trial The case of ibe Commonwealth of Kentucky vs Erastus Holiday was called for tnalMpoday and both sides answered ready Holiday was indicted at the Octo ber term of the Washington Clrcut Court for the killing of Thomas Ward at Card wen on the2d day orNovember elec ion day Holiday and Ward were work rs for their respective parties at the election that day Holidaying one of the challengers otne difficulty occurred at the otingplace on the niorriirig of that day in which it appears that Ward told Holiday to get out of the bo seAt the dinner hour Holiday left the polls in a buggy with Proctor Masters at d Will Graham They separated and each went tofa different place JO dinner When Mr Graham re urned he waited at a barn on the roadside where Masters and Holiday both came in a short time and in a few minutes Ward came and engagedk in difficulty with Holiday in which he re ceive a shot from Holidays pisioh Mr Graham and Mr Masters were tbjs only eye WIt- nesses to the affair and both say that Ward bad a stick which he waiyed in threatening manner over Bolidayd yhead Some words passed between tile par ties in which the lie was given wbnthe1twoing Holiday about the bead and face Holiday backing back or being pushed bYck with Ward bearding over him when he fired tThere was some cot fllctof testimony as to what Ward said imondbtely following the shooting some witnesses testifying that Ward said You have shot your best irlend come back and tell the what you did it for and others that Ward cursed and abused Holiday It was also contended by the defense that Wards iinjuriesj were not mortal und that he died from an operation performed uponabim that night The testi mony of tbe physicians was that they performed theoperation and found that there was no perforation of the intestines and that had they known as much before as they did afterward the operation would not have been performed but that it was the only method of determining whether there was a perforation accorIdlncei thoriiy to perform it reijesentedbjC Ortindtj Mclntdre S Clements and Marshal Duncan and the defense by W C McChord JobpW Lewis W- It Grigsby W D Claybrooke and J e PoHn Agumentof counsel was begun yesterday morning and was con eluded in the afternoon and the j jury given the case Up to the j hour of going to press no yerdict had been returned The jury is composed of the i following Pheletas Barber Charles j Marksberry Joe Campbell Hen ry Cjawrence S S Goodlet W B Ballard John A Medley Dan Kelly Will Fitzsrferald RLBrady Dee Hiatt Hugh Goatley tt t Joe Reed Case Affirmed A telegram received here yes e terday announced that the case oftbe Commonwealth ys Joe Reed had been affirmed Judge Nilnn dissenting Reed was triedat thelastFebNruary term of this court for the killing of Jack Kimberiin and sentenced to five years in thedpenitentiary An appeal was prosecuted on the grounds that the prisoner had 1otbe nBrIi raigned or p ead to tIe indict mentS LeavelWrfsh + i NtYalargecfrcle hride throughout Crntralenwtnqky was that rf Miss BLeavellGeorge jValsh of Lincoln Neb t which occurred in Louisville at Christ Church Cathedral lit two oclock Wednesday afternoon June 1st Mis Leayell and Mf Walsh accompanied by Mr and Mrs j fattC Mayes sister nQlbijoth eriolaw of the bride motored to Louisville Wednesday wherej byJJ previous arrangement the marI riage was performed Iby the rector of the Episcopal church The wedding was a culmina tion of a romances which began thirteen years ago in Central America where Miss Lea veil was then livirjg with her sister Mrs Mliyes who with her ifasbarid later returned to the States arid have been living here several years Miss Leavell resume from Panama about a year ago for avisitto relatives in Kentucky and has been a guest of tier sister thegreater part of the t time t1tthreeknow his fateand if possible to win MissXiea ell for his bride before retUrning tOblS home and the announcement of the J early date for the marriage proved how successfully he had plead hia cause b After ttie ceremony Mr and Mrs Walsh Left Louisville in their automobile for a trip through the BJuegrass region of tie State and will probably re beforejleavjagwill include Washington New IwiI1i visit Mr Walshs relatives i FO1tSALES C BLegborn tiggs and S Oi B Orpington eggs100 for 15 each itMrs B L Litaey w w lid yu EVP See a l 1ouse41ttL 1 i t1fIt you had better 1et4 us Screen your Idoors and windows or the pesky little things will make you fly from yjour house this sum Vmer Vv Large Line of Screens I t Screen Doors and Windows I in all sizes 1 Screen Cloth all Widths hm 1 6 CampbeHHl ILea Furniture StfJr I Lwl TIle f Hi Oier and you will find no better shoes than you can see right here So why seek further when you many not fare equally as well Our shoes will surly please you as to quality and our 1oulISstrongly developed your ideas of economy maybe Deatn of Mrs Linton II Mrs Catharine Linton died at her home near town on last Saturday morning from senility Jiductedjfield Baptist church by Rev W H Williams and burial was in Pleasant Grove cemetery Mrs Linton was perhaps Jthe oldest resident of the countV bavmg been b9rn85 Years ago Her maiden name was Tay lor being a daughter of Jack Laylor deceased When quite young she was married to Mr Edward Linton who preceded her to the grave more than twenty years ago She is survived by three children Mr Egar LinOn Mrs Alice Linton and Mrs Rob rt Montgomery Mrs Linton was well known and was univer sally Ueloved by all withwbdm she came incontact ewtonSMr Clarence Newton Eliethat is hoineat B tland last Satur 1ton1 and was 58 years of age Three years ago he was married to a Miss Hamilton oa daughter of Mr Ed Hamilton To this up Jon one child was born who witho Mrs Newton survives Mr ewton was ever regarded as antuprig it and industriousi citizenthe eijoyedthe respect of all uri was atSt Rose Sunday PERONAL 0 Mr and Mrs PoT Thombs ares ent1i g the week with rell1v tives in Spencer county iMlrSRpth Bohanon who wastlt open ted oa three weeks ago t for ppendicitis returned home- last aturday much improved a i The operation Was performed by Dr it C McCbord at Elizabeth HospitalsLebanon anrf was very successful MrT L Mndd of Atlanta G 7 was here this week t Rev W M Starlings pf Smith Groye is visiting his brother b Mr C W Stallings Mr Harry Stoy of Lebanon was in town Monday lIMessrs T C Campbell H M Mosa and Dr Stallard have rej turned from a few days stay in Louisville Mr P C Cleaver spent Suilt day in Lebanon t iMrsiin daughter Lilly are visiting relatives in Indianapolis i Mrand Mrs Arch Mayes and children of Oakland California are the guests of his parents Mr and Mrs ES Mayes Sr Mrs Nannie Leacbman ajid Miss Sue Duncan are visiting friends in Louisville Miss Sophia Conway was at home Monday and Tuesday JvO Shad r jr has returned froni St Mary College fir J W 3 Clements of Louisville attended court here fithisi tendedtbjmet Association at Louisville lastI week Miss Mabell Price entertained Mite Flaget Simms Saturday aftrn on at fancy pin shower Those present were Misses Alice McElrbyv Elise Durrett Annte McEroy EuiIce ONan Nancye Duhcan Simms Bess1eCampbel1EIeanmS guerite Spalding JennieGreener Mabel Williams Lizzie Waters il Lillie Simms Clay McElroy and Sadie Parrott 4k Harry Shultz has returned home from Ashland Mr and Mrs Ga Ct Wharton spent last week atMUchellsburg Mrs Fred Man e1if df Iouitj vile is visiting harp ten tS here Mr Dudley Robertson hs re turned home from schtfol Mrs Amanda Foster andl J daughter Miss Effie attended the decoration at Willisbur Mondiy Mr and Mrs7 W Er L achmaoi e nttrtainsd Miss s Flaf Sim s Ida Carroll Mt srs H fHabel- and Wath n Simroa at dlslwr- Tuesday eynilKtfII a i 1L b 1 t 00 b itt Special Ili 4 itIi t 9 9 o bQo v I FUR mQDAyi8t t P t1Jo 9 onthe following itetxti m 1 tit v r i ii 5 J r 9x12 Rugs in Tapestry Velvet Axminister and CteC J v Dearth Rugs In Velvet and AXminfttarfr fllrarni Carpets Ljnoleums and MatThjsy 11j1 rr J Wall Paper Window Shades v jkr t i f V fii vJr Lace CurtaIns and PortrePR2ity r r vsf Swiss Curtains Curtain Materials byt yard i1 fP tt1 Curtain Poles and Sash feods ttJLi tlpfe 4 V Denims Burlaps findail Cloths Pillows Pillow Tops Pillow Cords z 1 t J f StAj Porch Shades Awnings and Porch RiiQs lttOur stock of all kinds of Floor Coverings and Draptri s iIs unusually large andv we would be glad to show you I RobcrtsollClaybrookeI Qi J I 3- ii aiI Ii Mrs Cambron of Lebanon spent several days at the home f Mrs Geoge Robertson Sr Mrs KentcMarks has returned o her home in Lotus after a visit i relatives here Mr and Mrs tJ F Bishop were in Louisvil eTuesday Mrs W T Barnette of M ack vi lie was in town Saturday Mr Lester Gihbsj of Sheby ville was here several days last eek Mr Hugh Marshall of Bards own wa5 here Monday Mrs J F Bishop is spending few days with friends in Willl isburg Misa Mabel Wiliiams has re turned from Hamilton College Lexington Misis Annie McChord isivisi ling friends io Louisville Miss Louise Medley of Owens oro is visiting relatives here Miss Margie Thompson of Louisville is visiting Misses Mary and Margaret Noe Mrs T W Simms Jr and Mrs Lula Kelly were m Leba non Thursday Mrs JanieWilIett anddaugh erMiss Willie Knott have rec turned froma yisit to relatives Louisville 4 Miss Lucy Selecman Is visit ing Miss Besaib Woodford atc Georgetown Ky Hon Sylvester Russell ofc Lebanon was attending court here last weeif MrsWE Helecman and daughter Lucy spent a lew days in Louisvillei last week Hon C RCaden and Hon C A McCandless of Hart coun ty were here on business last week A Dreadful Wound from a kulfc gun tin can rusty nail- rewOrks or of any ptber nature de mands prompt treatment with Buck lens Arnica Salye to prepent blood poison or gangrena Its the quickest healer for all such wounds za also for Burns Boll Sores Skin Eruptions Eczema Chapped Hands CisorPLIesZSc at Ha don k Rob e11son SFairiew Miss Effie Gordon vhited her untle E W VocumJSunday LfB Carney and three child en Maurice Suaie Ann Jamesi U kd his sisrerj MS 001fmifprd Thursday 7 Mr and Mrs yill SweRnej Mr John 0ieatham andJeft Cox Attended church at New Hopef Sunday Next Saturday June 4 will be call meeting at New Hope14l he members are invited to come and help call a pastor Mr and Mrs John Tobiy yiiitpd the Utters parents Mff l N H Olliver Sunday OASTORIJhc laluta sal t5L4 TkKl1TNlssAiuIIsrnIs1uQ 2 i ii J I i r YOU CAN HAVE f I Warm RIISf Pies Creslm V JJAt j IaRyeBre Jd oJ J R fI bY ielt i I i Katie Hertlekn j Iic s irJ it IPhone69 F r s I f our I GrapeJijicrei 1 Trif e y J i r t hf1 k M4 k tIIIPPINGTANKI i ANY SIZE YOU WANTAT i j j fr jIf I IT rmgII and r ajil I kind7pairwork a l Jti fi Our Work is Guaranteed ctt Jit ktHatchetI n Iw f iIJ I Iiiiri VctoiMaii4I5 1 I kaaski- t1i ThcLht inghclpspJ4 tu v 11 moccthnanyower rUneturniandS and kvdc1 J J r rit 11 1 r ti i c e l MItf IIJ 1 S1 t tat t 1 1 a ui 1lehIt t i r3M I Si t M it1 7 f P j 1 W i i J f F JjJiII i jsr e tt 6JJ 1 js 1 1l dx 4PL f i i t k- zpzf t J fY t 4 tCI jIjctMs ocitu u lt a Mk Uti grtaI cawayL ft ipIui oa1 are eC titer h iIpr4q pcet Ii stoiMkbg M tti rlrt iM aa army f k JttjGM stroag iMirjriMted 4tIs rf JDrtm M if eter rettiy r 2 kkttte ir k Hw rWa tide Cj T1 CWTED PLANT Ji pP fii 1K f Hwn Na4itr In a Et J ritIe g1s jMitWeA a ierfefij ka rWkothrnLzE we4e 4 jMt tsy wogd bay e been taken tis Thy tletz1O cents r sta wItk4tbiv saved from j sast1nie back th4iJIfiveie tS IUtXOI Ofie v i j a 5kfttl ja adanc of the r thsr lM the door coed bftfjOother was gay looting c L 1 t MB7r WreoflfldecUy at kec ateter r 4 it ia rot the small t looted up aa the two mItes of k cpa ki front Of her 4 nrj h said eaco ragb3gly i we w t toMiy A plaat said the Mte afohMwooMln Tiheadded ttTJter embarrassment d J TkfcdMay t OM youve ot Ah MM the flertet going to the- 1IiMaw If tMiftH a Ice little plant hrcTte ttjeter turned quickly to tb Mbsit etlil smiling bave1y- fJt r WtTt Jast mt it a nick saidseiC Yet Bet three mhiHtes later they 1s l p1antkc JDludeJTts t Fnwk tct fi and P ttry Fnuric Stockton never could write a j ceefl1 peea D1 tkto connection Ptthe morelfat freq HIltt told a good- f atary oa Haaaelfi IM his youth in con- J JtIM with his brother John he I urtU riMmr poeM with which he af 1 iHeMLtIt edltecs of varioas Canadian ytriiiioak The effmsioks always a t Met The editor of one map jgt ato S Tjrwi an especial target ofthp MeektJM Wt as none of their poems I wM Mrrcr accepted the brothers came tki5 ecsson that the editor bad- I t CceeeIea of good poetry To jMttJlMrir belief they hunted up and i i v J pitLiiHtokJji lode little known iy Xttto WlthlR two days they re ii1 tro4arclMcic awl a letter of thanks L4 j tee to the concusonthat that J IKc1knew otry when ie saw it rafteitt1lIirltoCktonuSedtosnr j aitifaT up tryiag to write iitI 1 J Sil jjH Pr eter i pointiMiii esderiiig about some of my SS cutlirI especially those who order c Bttte BMUl dkfks padded Into tbejeft siic ef tbelr coats and vests Several e tkea io tiat have been doing It ri 4feeS years Tpe natural Inference IP that tHY const on being soot at some v tiaej asd they take that precaution to t et pp tect the heart But what 1 should J t riallypiate to oW1s what they have j f 4oaeto sake anybody want toshoot- 1IS t 55bess Apparently they ate Inotren 0 lIhetJaw abiding citizens hut there ti ssnet have been a time when they OTit were refmlar daredevils and laid the tr i fMUMtetioB of an enmity that they ex 1ft p trtwlAr11Ip some cay In a shoot- liiscraprlfew York Press 7 i rr r rV His Mistake 1 Thee oace appeared at the bac l 11 obr of a house a tramp who to th t MistreM of the place related a pathetic f i boIstoub1ca This tnle how evertlklaot greatly move tLe matter t of IJ f tt fact woman for she remarked I irylyi f TMts the saab story it had from SS 4 i j ttHj lastfiiobp tha passed t t I deMrr said the tramp Then A iara 1 perceive that 1 have been iz awtee not to haye had my history Cz cbpyf IghteuV Judge hJ7 gssdS- I Ailvicei r Help Helpl came the cry of dls v 4wes tteQiifkthe a44nIght stillness Advertisei psr 1Thepolicenau te the neighborlrig 4 tJ colnpui andS SiL r Z eepJk1Isdp1ita c srrlS5C tMt JB1rJ asked AIfJI f3 straiger of the man who was hanging t 4 rtwBd MarJi picnic party isr dont JkEk w that T pould 7thatn = Yea WtbellltI 4r iUgktI Yp see 1 am jut the L t aadfatbe J T j Hiny 5 Whsss4nt1goss ta44skkt i As4feiw yosrpial1y i iwa ttaw 10 tuk thf kaWtIr Of ln m a seree M tt i ii fr o t l illatelY5 i V f also thought 5I i goods Palmer had ulnrlYififStefart that thought didnt But It required only a few scratches of his red head to fix things to his sails faction He would simply tell Palmer that he was sorry btft that he didnt feel that he could sell such a big bill on credit and as he knew that Palmer could tra1k the cash Immediately why that would end it and the sale would be off Well yomig Calmer called early and Stewart greeted him to his very abruptest manner telling bim how orry lie was etc but really he didnt think 4t wise business to ex tend credIt lor sack ai aniount Just how mucbcls the bill come Lot said younjf Palmer eemhigly sor rowfullike Just 110000 stewart replied and then he straightway gulped for breath as young Palmer drew an immense pocketbook from his inside jest pocket and opening It counted out 110 thou sand dollar bills and laying them quietly on Stewarts desk said If you will kindly count them and give me a Receipt Ill be obliged as I must take the next train home Ship the roods soon you can and when youre out our way drop In Always glad to see our friends ANARTFULREPOR1ER- Get the Oil King Unconsciously to Submit to an interview Playwright Eugene Walter is num bered among the newspaper men who obtained the first interview with John D Rockefeller When the First Interview With Rockefeller club is formed Mr Walter will be one of the charter members This 18 how he managed it In the days when he Was a newspaper reporter in Cleveland Walter was an Extremely youthful looking young man He decided to capitalize his puerile appearance for it was not an easy task even at that time to get Rockefeller to say anything He was utterly improachable as a colored man once remarked Walter got into the Forest Hill grounds from the rear and walked about looking at the flowers and shrubbery with an appar nt lack df purpose just as a boy wouid Rockefeller finally noticed him gaz lug abstractedly at a flower bed and went up to talk to him 945h my fine tedi began John D powersIndeedreplied Walter in true McGuffey Reader style WellI am always glad to see a boy who appreciates the beauties of nature Would you care to walk over and look at the pond lilies Ah sir I should enjoy that mot1f than lean tell you Thus the conversational tcewas broken and the youthful visitor was so enthusiastic over all he saw that the master of Forest Hill passed him put platitudes for about an hour The In terviewec didnt even have toask ques tions iNext morning Waltersctptervlewji paperIqlevelandllaln t o Forth Baby j A little empire frock for the baby is one of the seasons new wrinkles It has the tiniest shortest yoke cut square and outlined with aband of beading run with blue ribbon r The full little skirt is gathered to dplimis a band of Valenciennes Insertion with three tiny tucks above and below The sleeves are merely little putts gathered into beading run with ribbon tied in a rakish bow and finished with a lace frilL Tiny pearl buttons fasten the frock at the brick Another equally attractive little frock is cut with a front and back panel and sleeves in one piece The panels run from the neck to the hem outllnedwithIworked in white mercerized embroidery thread over the entire surface The neck and sleeves are finished with lace insertion arid frills of edg thelldesStealing Sea Water They arrestec me in Italy for steal sgabuckcr of water out of toesea thoughtthat pelImJf Sag resnmedffs water iug the salt tax Salt you know ia jjTery heavily taxed In Italy Ira igovernment monopoly You buy it oo5 Ithe government tobacco sbopariir nickel a package vest pocket size And monkeywltlisea extractuIta 4l k 1Retnefres are Needed-IrJ J i i w i we are not BMdiewM would lt at M ss d3ut oaf syte M have be I absssi sMiaiMd end brol ea down through t I II Ius WkCk sy op froM tIearlyl ages Ic = gsssrtoss t are needed to etbscyieeSwssjssst To tthe sort M s snack irkSs sad cNqviiic digestive trovMi there is Se joo Or isssssG4J JMi4Ml CsaLly =s a osr Jsit srs with t sMis4setka to all users For waJit sd3rss this4sadether latistissi A s is a Prsya5mdost catrsdy Ml1hms Sir4sspt a ssrst ac ass asINtitute for thsthe- st P1ses r a osst- F 1sss1 as ssdr 4S SP 21 t J1 l 1 1 znd pted iclans as hot maters style It ri completeness of ex ion Witness tne fact that Raff ihas orchestrated Bachs Chaconne without making It seem ridiculous Many others baTe followed with hap py results flaWs example of arranging Bachs music for the modern orchea tra The ease with which Backs musk lends itself to this adaptation is proof of hit comprehensive geniusi Be was not for his day but for all time Bachs Prelude and Fugue No 10 important and not too auBcult show the many sided branching of tlie present day piano teh icThe- lllegelmlary tradition of playing Bach without the use of the damper pedal o soletefICANARY BIRDS The Care That Should Be Bestows Upon Thess Songsters Those who are charmed by the singing of the canary will find in the fol lowing directions much that will In crease the hnpplneps of the songster provided the hints are heeded Place the rage so that no drnft of air can strike the bird Give nothing to healthy birds but rape and canary seed water cuttlefish bone end grav el paper or sand on the floor of the cage no hempseed a bath three times a week The room should not be over heated never aboye 70 degree JabeddlngteatherskeePYarIi1 Give 1entyot German rape seed A little bard boiled egg mixed with crackers grated flhe is excellent Feed regularly at a certain hour in the morning By observing these simple rules birds may be kept in fine condition for ears For birds That are sick or have Idst their song procure bird tonic o a bird store Very many keep birds who mean to give their pets all things to make them brlglit and happy and at the same time are guilty of great cru eltylin regard to perches The perches Inn cage should bt ei ch one ofja dIf ferent size and the smal staflarge ds a pIpDstera If perches are of the right sort ho trouble Is ever had about the birds too nails growing too long and of all things keen the perches clean Ex change Out of Tune A piano 4unor employed by a city firm was sent to a certain suburb to tune a piano He found the instru men In good condItlon and not In the leastneedotattention A few days Infer fjthe firm received a letter from the owner of the piano a lady of musical Intention saying that the piano had not been properly tuned It was no better than before After receiving a reprimand from his employer the hapless tuner made another trip to the suburbs and again tested every note only to find as before no fault with tte instrument This time he told the lady so Yes she said Jit does seem all right doesnt it when you play on it out as soon as I begin to sing it gets all out of tune again TT He Ate His OWN Words Notjlong ago the punishment for II bel In Russia was tho requirement that the libeler literally eat his own words A man who published a small volt reflecting oh the unlimited power of the sovereign was seized tried in a summary way and condemned to consume the objectionable words In one of the public streets the book was severed from its binding the margins cut off the leaves rolled up one by one and fed tq the unfortu nate author A surgeon was In attendance to pronounce upon the number- possible to give without endangering lila life but he is reported to have set the limit at something like 200 Sounded Queer All right behind thereT called the conductor from the frontof thecar Holdon cried a shrill yolce Walt till I get my clothes onT The passengers Craned their necks expectantly A small boy was strug gUng to g tfl basket of laundry aboard Questions atd Answers Why Is chloroform like Richard Wagner Because it Is one of the greatest of modern composer What Is tug greatest acrobatic feat For a man to revolve in his own mind Do women like to see themselves in print No they prefer silks and vel v tsWbynre penmen like chickens Be cause they scratch for a living The Bunny Story stumpTheyand plump All the evenlnjr they danced by the light of the moonSAnd begged Mrs Bunny to gel dinner soon Urs J IntheWl1 sheknewWith a carrot or two on a cabbage leaf plate And the youns BunnIes chattered andob how they ate They had napkins of lettuce leaves tucked snuglyin fhatcovered totheirhey wondrousThey the1rnapJduandtSaid IfindIs a thing 1 can truthfully say I donlt mind For ihy work 1880 sofewrnts dJabeiteTotghz Companion TheR1rd1nPIane Lonny Say lets pAmlse to mum each otber hen we grpw up Oracle Oh noT might like somebody else htltep ien Lonny Me too Gracii dopromlselC A SUcCess li rj Hnpeck t married you tp rb Uxmyov Mr HenpeckoU succeed tXfii QeT er matry again if I live to ht a tIMad yes old Illustratatf aiti Sii i 1iP MP JUIIUUt T rfee Trick and s Performed OF THE MAGICIAN 4aWht Paper Into Milk 111 Jr Into Mocha and Bran Into Cat gar It Comparatively Easy When ouHata Been Shewn the Way trick always popular with the pro fessionall ponjqrer is that known as tile coffee trick though some high falutin title as for Instance Mar about Mocha Is better for a pro gram It has the advantage too of not conveying any tidea of what the trick la to be The trick Is as suita ble for the drawing irooin as for the ntage and an amateur with a little practice may olti easily Remember with a little practice for like every thing In conjuring not only a little but Sometimes a great deal of practice Is necessary If the performer desires to do his tricks with ease rand skill and soas to bewilder his audience When about to present this trick the performer nas on a table three wooden boxes a large goblet shaped glass Jar and two German silver shakers or cups such as are used In mIXing lemon juice lcl etc for a glass of lem onade In one of rthe boxes Is a quantity of titan in another some1 pieces of chopped up white paper and in the third a similar lot of blue pa per These with two pieces of black velvet each about nine Inches square and a paper cylinder are all that ap pear to be used in the trick Picking up one shaker the performer fills it with white paper and Immediately pours It back into the box Again he dips the shaker into the box and with a shoveling motion fills it and stands It on a table so that every one may setfu The other shake he fills In the same way but wltl the blue pa per Finally the glass jar Is filled with bran and stood on a lable by Itself Over one shaker is spread one of the velvet squares and on top of it la placed a Small round metal plate The other shaker Is covered yjitb the sec ond velvet square but without any metal plate tbetPertormerthlS the velvet piece off one cup he pours from it Into a small pitcher about a pint of mllkThe milk of human kindness as extracted from the daily press Removing the metal plate ants tie velvet from the second cup be pours from it into the first cup steam lug Mocha coffee no grounds for complaint Picking up the paper cylinder he drops It over the upper part of the glass jar and lifting it up most Immediately it fountltharthe liran is gone aiid the jar is filled with riimp sugar It Is a showy trick which Is generally foliqwed by applause that sweetest of music to a performer Here Is the explanation d- In each box of paper ls a duplicate shaker one filled wityi milk the other with coffee Fitted iut6 the mouth of each shaker Is a shallow metal saucer the edges flaring out so as to rest on the mouth o the cup At one point on the edge ofeach saucer Is pzjderedj semicircle of stiff wire nlovFfft sfr of a dime so that the pc orier may easily grasp It On eueuN ucer Is glued some bits of the paper with which the shaker Is supposed to Ibi tilled These shakers stand upright the box In such position that the wire piece of the saucer lUbe toward the performer when he Is ready to remove the velvet eoviiv As he shovels the pnper Into the shaker he 4eaves that one in the box grasps the other fllled with milk or coffee and brings It out some of the loose bits of paper tiling Ing round the top These he brushes rf carelessly and in doing so when nccossnry adjusts the shaker so that piece will bo In the thfwlnfinger In covering the shak takes hold of the velvet covers so that the thumb and tho third and fourth fingers are under the cover avid with these htf catches hold of the projecting finger piece lifts up the saucers and draws them off dropping them instaptly into a pad led box or bag fastened at the back of the table Asa glass Jar is transparent it follows that a mere saucer of bran Ib its mouth would not do so reort is had to another device A hollow shapj of tin slightly tapering that fits loosely in the Jar Is used The larger end which is the top Is closed while the bottom Is open From the ijop is a fine stiff wire passing from on sldetto the other It describes a small bow that serves as a handle to lift out the shape Bran Is glued over the outside of tliehare and some loose bran spread over the top The shape filledwith lump sugar placed inside a second Jar and stood Inside the box of bran When the first Jar Is put Inhv the Jbox ostensibly to be filled the per former exchanges it for the second This be takes out and shows it ap parently fllled with bran It is cov ered with the paper cylinder which goes on roosely and In removing thiV the performer slips one linger iinder the wire humjle lifts out the slitipf and jthQ sugar falls Into the jtijj A the sliapo Is taken out the JIrtormet hand pasRes carelessly over the box ol bran into which the shape iis dropped At alnjostt the statue moment the paper Is crumpled up tind tossed juto tliu qu Hence The trick Is so neatly dour and Is withal so simple that he liiusi be a bungler Indeed who cannot de ceive even a clever ndlence The coffee may be served to the au In fiienceSt Nicholas the Excitement Sp you confess that the rate at irhlcb jou traveled was the means of placing several persons In serious dun ger Yes answered Mr Chugglns The policeman who was chasiug u very nearly ran into three baby carriages Washington Star No ftelefto Him When you are angry said the mali of gentle Instincts top arid cipunt a hutidrJHJ f hundred echoed Mr Slrfqs Bar ker UI could stop at a hundred IB fouuthjK t up my miffs milliners bills 1 wouldnt be angrjf Wasifagtoa Star How He Went And if you really ascended that aw ful mountain why did you leaveino via IIt1e trace The footprint left byth astral body is not a tangible thing respond digalt4almotfrigidhilIdelpb1 J J 1j of 5i HE NEVERt MISSED A Will Paid Fiery Jt Thrt Wier- MaaOut In Fifteen Vears The man who stood at the lever had a story that Is common all over Amer lea Ten years hefore he bad been a peasant llad In a dull little village in Ireland Drawn up and along by the emigrant tide he had drifted to Chi cago and here In the works he had caught the true spirit of thfrtplace which Is to strain every nerve and rise He had risen His pay was 90 a week He worked every night from twevevigllantTiours moth tanks by the tints and hues In their columns of flame be could tell jtstWben to wrench back a lever This he did over a hundred times in the night and if be missed by so much as thirty seconds be spoiled thousands of dollars worth of steel He never missed To hold this Job Is to Jam the strength of a lifetime Into fifteen years at 00 a week The man recog nlzed this as a mutter of course only qualifying it by the remark that he knewola redheaded Scot hman at Homestead who had held It seventeen years b tore breaking That his whole life had been changed that the little Irish village the misty bog anti the hovels were baqk In another age on another planqeall this he felt vaguely and summed Itup with a twinkle Shure be said Its n tterrible quick spin this ould wurld Is af ther takln But he loved the fiery Job called the huge tanks me darllns and said he would rather be what he las than be president Ernest Poole In Every bodys t Elephante Love For Finery Strange as it may seem the elephant lIs passionately fond of finery and de lights to see himself decked Put with gorgeous trappings The native princes of India are very particular In choos ing their sUite elephants and will give fabulous sums for an animal that ex actly meets tim somewhat fanciful standards they ave erected For these they have made cloths of silk soheavl Iy embroidered with gold that two men are hardly able Jo lift them Pearsons Weekly Force of Habit wi understand that all star cast was rather languid uYes they played poorly for stars Even the life they put itito the mob scene was accidental and came about merely through each pf thenv trying to grab the center othe stagePhll ndelnhin Bulletin 1YoudConfession I wonder bow some people manage To keep a desk straightened out right Tw Uld give a good housekeeper fidget To gaze on the tangled debris And one who to slang waa addicted Would shudder and say Hully geelf To speak of confusion confounded A babel In papers and trashy 1 Would just in a measure describe It A Jumble of newspaper hash Duns clippings and letters unanswered And postals from friends far away And efforts front poets submitted And badges from last Labor day I hpar that the diggers discover In ruins of Egypt and Jlome Rich treasures to sell to collectors Or send to the lovtfd ones at home t wonder if some priceless relics Checks duo bills or samples of art Id find if 1 went through the rubbish And patiently took It apart I think as 1 come In the morning And clear a space where I may writ Ill certainly find a few minutes To straighten things out before night But when in ne evening I finish My labors and hasten away tlook with dismay on the chaos And put the task off till next day 1aA Nine Days Wonder- The memorable reign of Lady Jan Grey Is said to have given rise to tho phrase A nine dJ1Yd wonder Lndy Jane wps proclaimed queen of Eng land July 10 1553 tour days alter the leatb of Edward VI After the lapse of a period of nine days on July 10 she relinquished her title to the crown thus terminating her reign In the short space of a week and a bait A noted English btiars Thus we come to the end of the diary of that sbQrt1 and troubled reign thai from lu length is said 1 have given rise to the now 1G2P popular7 phrase A nine days wonder A Social War IiSee here old man every tune mv wife orders a gown your wife ordKrt twcl gowns v Yes Whereupon my wife goes your vrlft one betterJWell Cant we arbitrate this matter Plttsburg Post That Kind of a Flower Ella That r dI headel cirLIs always on the go bufsue Is the flower of the family t Stella rA sort of lCrlmso aRambler Nen York Press i eleven curried mteO Talea share of the receipts at Naw Haven recently was 33000 Yntoi iarnlng at Princeton on Nov 14 wee 28000 It Is estimated that Yale wrhlngs for the season was about 7Q 100 Telch Littl Folksto Levi PtMwr A childs hiteres should he awak cued in lovb for nature for nhinala and birds IfJie Is taught that the humblest living creature should have his protection and affection lie will never be thoughtless 07 cruel ln his treatment of them t A child may be told of Gods love in the wonderful gifts 6f the things of the earth the flowers and fruits for beauty and use Wonder may be awakened in his mind inithe immensity df the universe the glory of the sun the beauty and mystery of the stars the expanse of sky and sea The religious spirit should be fos tered in childhood Unless this ia done it will hot have strong growth The personality of the mother has much to do in originating In the child the earliest ideaaof God and immori tallty The sincerity of her Jfalthr her reverence for all sacred and holy things these are almost unconsciously observed by a child and form on im presslon never to be forgotten A Comfort Loving Mother The mother who desires comfort does not spend her time telling her children what not to do She pro vides them with thhigsthey will wont to do V She frown on candies sodas and ice creams between meals except as a special treat She does not believe in fine feathers making fine blrdlings She knows that the prinked out child being thor oughly uncomfortable soon has its BiQther In like state r Nor does she think it conducive her own or her childs comfort to keep it up to all hours The early to bed rule Is worked for the peace of the household A She is not inopUnately ambitious Prodigies are flattering to maternal vanity but the impushedboy or girl is mdre comfortable to live with She does not think indulgence makes for content The mother who Is most thoroughly uncomfortable in her chldrenvis the one who has neve trained them to obey Cleaning Shoes Mothers often hesitate to put their small children into dainty white and tfght colored shoes because of the problem of keeping these shbes clean Soft white shoes If not too badly soiled may be cleaned nicely with al mostany white powder j If they are very dirty thpy may be leaned with gasoline The regular white shoe polish is made with whiting and powder roiled medium thick and applied with a cloth This may be usedon white canvas tnd white and colored buckskin shoes Rub the shoes free from dry powder after they have dried Booties made of chamois may be washed In ammonia wafer Wash them in a suds with ammonia In it rinse In more ammonia and wipe them dry with a towel or cloth Do not dry near artificial beat- Suffrage For Infants The suffragette have evidently made up their minds that if they cant vote during this generation their daughters shall during the pext Each of the 2000 dolls given by MrsO HPBelmont to poor c11I dren of New York on jChristmas wore yellow votes for women soso There teems tobe sonic hope for the cause ft the coming generation is to be broB ghttip with suffrage thrust at It from rnfoncy I THE POKER fiardly Changed Since the Days of the Early MetalWorkers As the first fireplace was a circle of stones at the mouth of nurave so the first poker was a piece of greenstick It was necessary tohave omethbag to knock the logs together with when they began to burn through the mid dIe and as primitive man lId not wear boots he could not use them to kick the hot embers into place as some of us do to this day That was a refine ment if it cnn be so called which came later The green stick lasted un til tthe age of iron and was then superseded by a handy piece of metal which possessed the advantage of being stronger and of not1 burning away Butslnce the days of the early work ers in metal we have made no advance The poker has hardly if at all changed through t1reages1t is as it always has benslmple and severe of outline Jtllends Jtself to ho vagaries arfl to little prn fnientatiotf It is pne of the few things which no one has eer patented because It may be said to have leape4 fropl the flrst foundry perfect and complete In every respect The only notable attempt at Improve ment has been to make the poker of brass with a tVvistijiI column but even sldeIand Is known as the curate because it does all the rough work The orna mental poker is not n poker at all but a sham tin upstart masquerading un der in ancienti saul Imnored name and gaining creillt for duties which It isa unable to pur for London Globe f Starts Right In Dpfla rour wt IV ahvhvs xhlnlf Tirc she spcnksV hr dout kuov tv1 never been up that 6 wly olmd Leader 50 Per Cent BetterI 1 f4have used less than one bottle of Gardul writes leelinififtyI Before taking Cardui I had suffered witfi female trouble for eight years My greatest trouble was irregu larity II also suffered Witlr severe pains every month but nowvTam greatly improved and will recommend Car dui to all niy suffering friends Jf48 Take CARDUI The Womans Tonic bythebfoundThese ingredients are what give Cardul its superiority as a medicineForans medicine The ladies like it because it is so easy andtheythe Thousands of other ladies it has hefped Try1it today Write to Ladies Advisory De tr MMe Medidje C2 CtettesoMt Teihf SUM ti51 mt 4Sc 1 ChIldren Cry tor Fletch rf S IA ti r J The Kind You have Always Bought arid which ha b In use for ovcr30 years Las borne the signature of VW 5q and M bees nsde und Jdar4ifrciiV1 sonal zuperyMo aIrau 7p Id AUowi one iO4eceIveyeatIs 1ExpeQ kfInfants and Children fexpcriemee agaiast J oAMKsV f What is CASTOR ICastoria is n harmless gnl tltHt for Cate OH lPsgoricy Drops and 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