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4qscbolSY rYay ztl9a- IIiga eTf1t1 Wa4aSM31 r1II+ JATHQIflQ CHURCH r IiiPaitoc try audy at ad 10odoc1- aer Ieea at St Roe felIr TTJKRIAlf OHTJJtca B It C TiawMii Paitoi Syr1 Ua4 1 at 1 Lia M I p Ms6y icJtoel eyer iday 4 10 a PraYef EC- tllTrTe IrJlIt 7 It l llATIST cHJRcIl- y W HaaioHtaWiUiu aioi PreachisgeVJ4Y II ala i Sckool CTen aiI 74 puidayI7 at e a prayer mtUa AFrT aY YetJ1Ir at 145 e deck oaRKFIAN CHURCH I IIiiT W Wolfr Tjrittr tS rJ e4 irii aa iourtt Sunday Suuday 1cc1 IILw Ordr Irt1tfrlIG dl04 M asts irit ail4uu QHa f Fo j CaptS4 Xi 57 1tJtJxi I dl ttk Mo A Catc1iIaFST1OSrtk Mot Lay 1 t o f fe r i w r r JT w Jw 7ji I TIlL NEL w =LE4DEI IyaJy5tto role 1Sl Thou W pP Cox wKo for the J M oghtoe mmonths have ben labotisiC saraeatlT t6 secure pars br Holly std Leroy Struttto s rring life sentences for toe Bwrdsr of Newt Searcy in 1900 were swooessfal Tuesday iniMrtffoirtstMifprsth boifd of Prison Coiamissionets and lift with the promise that within thirty days they would be par roUd the action of the Corn missfqsi ia jmroling these prison ar meets with e eril approval Lby the citisaov here i as iit is wellI known that they have both mad ttodtt llttrlbaV8 embraced relifion and i s thought if they i are given a chance will mike ffs l ciWieftf The crime for t WjaiSefc t sy jrere sentenced was soaiiiitedf on Monday th27thII dAy of Aug Mt 1900 It was the d first day of the August tertnof- AD4raott Qitcnit Court and Jndfa Frjiak Peak then Com moBWsalttis Attorney for tbisi Juilksial district was making a political speech in the Court oom The crime was ccmmit fed im the court house yard and near the wibnument erectedtof be Confederate soldiers Butt itUa evidence as to the causes a that led iip to the killing were j brdaghtoutin the tria It ap pMiHtthat Newt Searcy Will Bryant and Jiram Packet were talking when Holly Strutton came tioand made Eiom remarks ii sot coapHmehtory tb the crowd tad Seacy took up the quarrel i rierby seeing his broiber Jn tl alfsistanceDd ting Searcy who 1ied o lyff few minute after he was cut The grand jury which was then iji ssaaionants for murder against both ana at the December term of coart 1800 Holly Strutton aS tried and convicted and sentenc ito be hung on March 15th 1901 his case was appealed and he was given a respite The ladies of the county made strong appeals for his life and his sena tencs wasp commuted to life im- prIsOnment by ptoy Beckham the day before 1he was to be baged Leroy was tried byfspeciki venire from Woodford coUnty and was given a life sen Unce on April I6th 901tbet appeaVto the jury for mercy by the late Judge Con Bell being instrumental in saving his life They have made excellent re cords as jirisoners which went a far towards their gaininga par role Lawrenceburg News tftafiess Cannot be Ciirel Ibyreach the dlseaseportion of the eartLhere ii onlyone way to cure deaf Bea and that I bv constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by tn Inflamed comdition of the mucous lin Jng of the EnstachUm Tube When this tube ia inflamed you have a rum DUng sound or imperfect hearing and kenit iill entirely closed Deaf ness isrche result and unless the In ammaii ciom can be taken out and this tube restored to Its nornialcondition hear tug will be destroyed forever niae icases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which isnothing but an inflamed cot ittion of the mucous surfaces Wewll1gIv One Hundred Dollars fr any case of Deafness caused by cotarrh that cannot be cured by aills Catarrh Cure Send for cir ulars free T J Cheney Co TodoO Sold by DruggTstl 7Sc TakeHalls Family PiH for constii 1pation x Narrow EscapeIjIj v T H Wilhamy a contracting sarpenter of DanVille had a oarrow escape from death Sun lay night while returning home fter a visit to relatives in An ierson county The night wab- iark and when he crossed the Southern railroad tracks near Salvisa his horse turned up the railroad ttracks insfcsad of follow log the pike On account of the Jarknsss Wilbam did not notice tbe b tea course until the QZ sling headlight of the late pee- eengar train yarned him of his pfedwameot He atemp4d to drIY1I1iltoneoutQttMw1ofoacojDr ItdnfBeforeLrhi sud headlong intobe h llwcreek below The driver ard horse were badly Injured and the bug jry was reduced to kindling ifood The seat of the boggy IWll discovered on top of ile Southern engine when it reached Danville at 11 oclock V7ilham says that he was drowsy and on accouiofthe darkness he didi t not realize where bis horse was fairing hhnHJr d burgJrer ldq IItt Refleveirft OBCC That terrible itch disappear with the FIRST DROPS of simple com pound of oil of wIntergren thymol and glycerine mixed in D D D Prescription This soothing healing lo tioQtlied externally kills the eczema germ ingfantlj Heretofor the D1 D Remedy has beon soldonly in 100 bottles Out as A special offer any siuterr in his town who has nevertried D D D can ndw try this remedy in a special bottle at 2Sc It cur s the itch InsUnjtly We KOOWthis Hay oar Robertson Falls Fr6m TrainAttd Is Instantly Killed While returning frpm Louis yule Sunday evening John Pjtyeit colored age about 65 fell from the train near tthe three mile bridge between Lebanon rM St Mary arid sustained in joriesfromwhich he died His dead body was found Monday morning shortly after 7 oclock by the section hanls who at once telephoned to this city furnish insr the iafdrm itfoh pf his death to Coroner McElroy who went immediately to the scene of the itccident William Hooker Colored who was on the same train at at the inquest testified that he had talked to Pruett onihe trainI hear St Marys and that between t Mary and Lebanon Pruett left the coach1 telling him tnat he would see him again He W nothing more of him and knew notbihg of what happened him until Monday mrfrning when lpidofbis death The negro it is claimed was sober and had had no trouble with nv one When he fell from the train or bow no one knows nor was the accident known o have occurred until his body was ound Monday morning One rm and three nibs were broken and the negros skull was frac d it iis supposed that his death was almost instantaneous The unfortunate man had a good reputation among the col red people and he was tending crop for Mr A J Grungy on the Bradfordsville pike Lebanon Enterprise JJi A Womans Great Idek s how to make herself attractive But without health it is hart for her o be llovely In the face form or tjem per A weak sickly woman wil be nervous and irrltoble Constfpaitron and Kidney poisons show fn pimplesl blotches skin eruptions and awretch ed complexion Bqt Electric Bitters always proye a godsend to women who wanl health beauty and friends They regulate Stomach jkiver and j Kidneys purify the blood give strong nerves bright eyey pure breath smooth velvetyskin lovely complex ion good health Try them 50c at Haydbu Robertson t f Red Foxes inHeart of Frankfortt Frankfort basa den of live- red I foxes right in the heart of the city or rather it did nave the den till Houston Wood and Dyke Hazelrigg discovered it and caught the young foxes The old fox made her home under a small pile of lumber in the rear of Mr Fazelriggs house Watson Court One of the young ones was shot by Mr Hazelrigg iThursday morning and another as caugHt alive by Mr Wood who fastened a fish hook on the end of a stick and caught the fox like he would a flaiL Mr Wood has the frisky youngster keephim i TO LplllSVlLLE All SeepMustGo K Jge Dipped Before Shipping Out ofState Frankfort XyThe U S hastsent to State Department he following order You are informed that amendment 4 to B A I order 149 which places a Federal quarantine on Kentucky sheep on account cjif the existnce of scabies provides i that all dip pings required under the regu lations tbatall sheep maybe moved interstate shall be done at points where Federal inspec tion is maintained Louisvilie is at present the only place in the iatevbere dipping facilities are available and bureau inspectors stationed butlf proper yarding and dipping facilities sb uJc1he installed at other pints tile Secretary of Agri culture will no doubt consider the advisability of maintaining inspectors at such places for the purpose of inspecting and dip pifag sheep for the convenience 91 shippers Sheep intended for interstate movementsas the result 01tiel ing dipped must be accompanied by a certificate signed byLn in sbQwingibethe workwas performed as wen as other necessary data Bureau supervisionof the dipping of the 4heep is supplied without ex penge toMihe owner This means that all sheep must be sent toLouisvllTfor dipping before they can be ent out of the State and practically destroys the industry in the State Marvelous Discouerios mark the wonderful progress of the age Air flights on h avy machinesi telegrams without wireS t rriblo war inventions kill nip and that wonder of wonders Dr Kings N Discoverytg save life when tjreat- enedby coughs colds lagrijppe asth ma croup branchitis hemorrhages hay feyer andfwhoeping tough or lung trouble Par allbrpnchial affections ithas no ftuak It relives in stantly Its the surast uie1 James M Black of Asheville N C R R No 4 writes it cured him of an obsti hate cough after all other remedies failed spc and 100 A trial bottle free Guaranteed by Havdoh Rob ertson DisclargedFrol11 Insane Asylum Frankfort Ky June 11441 though he has been discharged from the Insane asylumat Lake- land r as cured and although he js now at his home in Henry county Dr W L Nuttall for merly superintendent of theIn stitute for the FeebleMinded here will not have to face trial on a charge of unlawfully do taming a woman inmate of the institution It developed today when it became known here that Dr Nul all had been released from the asylum that the indictment against him had been Jismissed This was done at the April term of court but nothingwas known of it except t6 the court officials The indictment was dismissed on statemontfrom R B Frank lin Commonwealths Attorney who said that the nccusedman had ben found insane and sent to the asvlum abd he thought it wouldbe impossible io secure a conviction in the case Dr Nuttttlls case attracted Statewide Attention He was accused of criminally detaining a woman who was an inmate of the Institute for the Feeble Minded a woman of weak in tellect Several days Rafter the charge waSfirst brought against him a warrant was issued for his arrest but he had one Dr Nuttal was found in British Hon duras and brought back to Ken The plea of insanity was made For Coughs TaleThisDo yoi know a remedy forcoughs and colds nearly seventy yews old There is one Ayers ChenY Pectoral Once ia the family it stays It is not a doctor does not take the place of 4 doctor It is a doctors aid JMade foi the treatment of all throat and king troubles Asll your own dodorhis opinion of if Follow his advic- eIbIakohoI in this cough medicines 7 iLjlJJfI rml9 fcr MSffy il y y f Adcyoordoctoc ftJ i lunacywarrJln and s rit tto the asylum He stayed there only a few months The news of his discharge from the asylum as cured wasecelved 1 here by an attache of the asylum t Kept TheEInjAfHoiu uFr the past year we have kept theKinV of all laxatives Dr Kings New Life Pills in our hoI and they have proyed a blessing to all our family writes Paul Mathulka of Buffalo NyY Easybut sure remedy for all Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles Only 25c at Haydon Robertson In Merhory In lJIbvl ig r remembrance of Mrs Kathnina Elizabeth Taylor Linton who departed this life May 28 1910 She livid dear one and still she lives With Him wno takes and Hinr wTio gives Her Masters voice she did obey When He said 11 am the truth I am fctbe way i By waters still thou shalt be Jii On pastures green shalt thou be fed Come unto me thxra weary one And rest sjnce Hfes hard work is dJne She followed qn from morn till rltm She dropped the rose removed the thorn Along lifes way was her kindness sown And thus hpr love fOr Him was shown Tho we miss her since shes gone W rejoice to know she is at home Her burdens are laid at her Saviours feet v So Jet us not for her more weep Jennie Mock Gamber tve Oht Have toif Tell you hat its for iits name tells Dr Bls PineTarHooey it the best coughntiediclne rid several Tnillibris peojlf already know it Look for theBeibon the bottle 1 It Visiting Boyhood Scenes I a MrrroD Ktnpp of Waco Texl is spendir g a few days at Shakertown Hespent Saturday in Harrodsburg and was apleas ant caller at the Herald office When Mr Knapp was fourjears old His mother died in Washing ton cbanty and he and four t weretmained there until a oodsizedi boy and in 1864 qame toHar rodsburg to learn the jewelry business with the famous sCorn Stock When young Knapp was iaken by the Shakers Sam Berry was also living there asa lad When the war broke out Sam entered the Confederate service and afterward became noted as a guerilla in connection with Je rome Clark known a Sue Mtmday When Berry raided the bank in Harrodsburg young Knapp with a big Colts pistol helped to repel the 1 attack on the town and saw Jerome Clark whose horse was killed under him shoot Robinson a federal prisoner oft his horse which lie to0k to make his escape Mr Knapp remained with the noted jeweler a year and then went to Texas He has prospered amass ingly aud iis now a wealthy man He is proprietor of the Hotel Royal at Waco BisvisJtto the Shaker vim ge after so many years absence brought up many pleasant as well as sad ftollec tions and he says that all he is isdueto theearly training of the good sisters of the vilJage Two of his older brothers entered the army and both died in battle Harrod burpr Herald DoYouGetThcBstI- fyou have a cough cold asthma croupe or any throat or bronchial J trouble and use Dr Bells PineTar Honeyybudpt Look for tie bell on the bottle JeeySa1eS A large crowd attended HartI Wallaces sale of registered Jer sey cattle Wednesday at his farm northwest of Shelbyville BidI ding was spirited and goodi prices were realized The ntir lot consisting of 85 head of cows bulls and calyes brought 12 860 which was an average of 160 each Th greater part of the cattle were bought by Vir ginia parties The sale cleaned Mrv WaDsCce out of Jerseys but he does not expect to quit the dairy business i He will at once buy a herd of imported Ayrgshires and will handle that breed exclusively It the luture Bhelbryille News d1 Rv sIt Cur- assbCysii I t 7 E1ectjo1Ja Called f The petition asking na aii4 1senser on the question whether or nob local option shall Jbe continued in tb shywasfiled with the county court at the regular term Monddy It contains 22names and was tendered by Attorney but125percent Lebanon at the last election was required tbe petition contains 9names more than the neces fsary number There was na ob jection made to filing the paper and an order was entered fixing the date for the election Thursday August 11 The county board oJ election commissioners is directed to Appoint officers to bold the election and theofficers so appointed are toboJda special registration on July 26 to permit those wh6 are not now on i the 1909 registration booksj and are eligible to vote to register Just how the 272 petitioners are divided with reference to color jj cannot be told as color is notf designated on the p titionLeb adon Enterprise Gel T1eBESt For skin trpubles sores utcers ecze f ma chaps 1blackheadt pimples an all eruptions Use Dr Bells Andse ptic Salve and you getthe best Wefguarantee it 25f a box everewhere I GoldFoundII i A ciiapatkjh from Darivmsays that Oeorge Kelly of Boyle county whose services are in wide Demand as i guide to city fishermen on Thursday while diving for fish below Kings Mill struck a box which on be ing brought up proved to cOn t tarn three fivedollar god pieces and three onedollar gold pieces all of considerable age One end of the box which was of cedar e had rotted awaysathe box would contain about a peck it is i believed that more moiieybad been there Mr Kelly dived severall times afterwards but was unable to find any more Itsbelived that the money was bun I ed in the little chest during the l roPPediintohUng of the bank so itis believed that other money is loose in toe ground in the neighborhood and a search will be made Dont Be Aunoyed With skin tnnibles chaps pimples black heads eczemaur sores When one 25c box of Dri Bells Antiseptic Salve will cure you Try It at bnce Special Term of Court t Judge Charles T Atkibson of Bardstown is holdfnfr a special term of circuit court qr the trial ofthe case of the Lebanon Car riage1 Implement Covs J B Wathen The case occupied the time of court yesterday and the day before and probablj be concluded tudav f An agreed order was entered in the case of Tom B Spalding vs Wathen Mueller CQ whereby Mr Spalding reseiyed 50 and agreed to pay all costs He bpuredjudgiiiiffroiiImor Z Aa amoiitft and the case aen appealed Lebftri t od Fali Doit Experiment Will ta Gtiii- J WhetfDrBellaPiueTarHone has been used by millions oi peoples fIlsixte n years wMi a steady Iihcreai Jug demand Look for the rBeli on the bottle 4- VVound Prove7nra ttz t Pete Adams tti1e tt W1JbO I was Shot by Marshall Hirdin at Bloomfield xn t1atihlY nIght 1last died on Tuesday asa result of the wound having beett snot through the boiss The negro tit been engaged in aix altsrci tiok with young Hardin son of Marshall Hardin hobad orlier ed Adams to move on returainK ina s1iort time the negro adyan- I crd toward Hardin uttisj hit hand in his pocket as tho1 at tempting to draw a pistol when the Marshall fired upon Adams inflicting the fatal woundr Bardatown Standard No Daiiiar In taklngDf Bells isiTrHSae y fet coua4CS4dL ii ceetM- LO I t fDid t1iJ B onta bQttlil A 4 4 f q j f tl y v tMTiQNP ill Micl a1i T LouwVilk Sat y i AiSun4ay Nothing fhat has taken fclace yrinhlfalpbeidg manifested In ths Trnrts Aviation Meet that isto be held in Louisville at Churchill Downs t on June 18 and 19 and reetit acnievemen tain aeronautfcii have served to create an intense lre on the part of every person rr hot h old and young to see aero planes in action 4 The recent remarkably flfcfet of Glenn ELt Cjar sJ who flew 150 miles from Albany to eif Yorkn J theo previous perform imance of Louis Baulhan tHe Frenchman who flew from LOB qon toM n besterin Enflanil are still fresh in the pttblie mind1Kndal Ctirtil1ed1I a team of aviators to appesar at ThrTlmes Melt thousands will I journey from all part of thi State toU9 this wonderfallblr man dup icite some pf his le1t markable leats Besides Ouriiss wilt be CharleS K Hamiltoni whc Ins enters for tne 30OOD priz Sighs from 3STew York io Chicago 0 JL Bud Maf1f who also will try ot this handsome purse Horace B WIld who is to essl a flight 3 from Chicago to Louisville b wboaiThe aviators obtained by Thei Times have already jfrpvsd their mettle andtbe meet proiec Ittevery way to out strip any other J given in the United Ut Thett Times is spendin ibooMnds of dollars to hnmjr these brdme to LOuisville and the oat rprue doubtless will proTA attractive to thousands Of persons all ovtf the State few of whoar have- ver seen an aeropTans ia actiosL Thus its educational valM wills make iit well worltn thaw BM JC v y1odrwbo wwqs to kt19 abreast of tbfe tirnO I jThe Best Remedy For alfkindslof soteetes1S Seuther ands Eagle Eye SalVe It ILi a j anowwhik ojDtmehtand wbaM aeti GMarutHa12ceyery1here KerftuckyFair Dates The following aril tbe dates- fixedfor i holding the Ksatocky Pairs Jpr 1910 as fir aafreports Officers of fairs are recLiesMd to report to us airy omissions or correction of dates Madisonville July 195 days Henderson July 26 5days Lancaster jTuty 27 3days Versailles August 34days v Jianville ugiist 83 days Bereft August 4 days Lexington AUIst86atj TyIorsifleAugustQ4dayiUnlontown Harrodaburg IIHtQ 1 days Vanceurg Augus1O4 aJyio awNnceburgJ As1t 16 4days Shepherdsyllef AHVas lTia days BroOhead Augast 17 3 days Ewing August 174 days London August 34 days Shelby ilfaI Augiast23 4Aays- SprinjweiUfi August 244 days- EriaBgsrjiAagust 2idPranlcfbr August 30 f days NiccdIasavIlli Augt I ndtfs FerB jCretV Hardinsbttrf AutaYII Bfcrbotarsyille Aiitfc 1I- da 8 VS 11uj 1 Bardstpwa A5Mt 314 days P1oreaccept61 1 2 days ParisaSi 1iei 65 c7I Hodf envillcSeptoMbtc 6 iJ daysv IcL7 Fair Sader S-epte74 dAjii MsydSp474d47I I tQlaai w apwaW 284 diy Falao ta f8ett 4 days Keniacky at Fair Lpai yUle HeptoMbtr 126 dajrs Pecliar A4iS MrJJE Bd a Ir citlaaf 01 U24 BObOLY tti7 W S thajkMn of an aocWs which star maj cot hist ak Ipft baudt Wr Usdi has cbatfa ot Mro find sri ot Mr h fl tt JW la aftffaoon Wai intV the W i t baa W brldJ oce fr hI 10mbSOflbS 1aIbmMr B a by the baad sakbtlHi binto hit Boath and lk ff IatjLi1NIID Othei f ot tie h t MResdscgd I J2ifI3wsn y was cA4SddY the wound TIle pbysici ferful that blood poisoa w IjeJ jt h 4batwiLt bay HarLbUSOU Juui4J i1 If HH t Asosyti I 1 1fii thsLeigJ6y j ii- 154OZJ Tbs oLcd51r tUOk1ateUid4 IesryS 8tirOf tl foraIIsap4bsoferjiIilaqw- elch waiibTopard jsatJJsbraary TJ1SS PMtercu wbo i6 the poitootj prsi4s4w1eo- me i qsti tatioa preeids fteUTsr i 1bIt Eody in whi Jis 1 was publicly notified W ssic- Sttv Ion to sscosaA tba iainrtj i Q WiP Ddic1- 4 4 IT Nail II it Tie did iiioa 0l713ur0rthat bMiMgMia MersMHis aiabol1t Yi frcadfsEvlllt wlllla ps Y Isbty d8Rytis 18 aM 1 A coafecsece will Mao be Mla r tfaesaaM Mac Tkiva itstoWTtarN sspresje tbe priacipali l riIItwl t 4e af5naitaiMOffS t l obargc4of the Prasklaat Tbar wbo bc- he KssiLccky f== at Jeotk ii1Jcxerclaes 44ces t 5k5rI- t AtfMW lM i3 JI J All aioeeuat tb iz Leu M S iiips o thatricuds at tbcg jtJiiL bt of the arrqe w iis f Catharius CtrSIM a Iriesias T JUNirluMB wbwOa- t place IB Jitiifsiafiiisi 1 Jhrtk t April 22 So wil drf is Isssfi tha ateret iio4 tsa ttibssr JM i iiBtfsMta frleads nw PMiss CaroibsVs has bsf jMss o F theicoips oft ci qt tbs Lebano Grde RobnJ past year anfl b s QJ1boffrieudsiuth f lteiihoae is J1 rdoQarhaai casta to L+hanoa jijjfc yers frbwir IXuitlua Ia4a pi 5it wim b- Carrie J eocfidk Implement CldK a r c a son ol ra iHhiaiav M 3oylta ttofxeaUbMtu qkIMis OMotsts IsA- FrWy ytrl afisrac AiP1 pr iNabIy for BdMwa be the wekd tIt rpt- bce Mr Dcrhcjp IM 1 tKHinced at Uw MSM tuM btIitiMII1 III raftsI 0Mir StMary and If ticket to W point TIssuiTf lift oa tim s as tiaiajIoriuR did 1a 1II P ryji nor did MissWUIU LN3 ijae M JaDdto WIbsjoki ttioatitw 1 f r thy wv a raagad for 11 aafl1sst i JIbe aaue Mr Dd r beraid ir I S LI Mis iajr Mlisa Cafolh nrd 3from Bard 4o rm- sflssa to ra 4 bar cI IWMaolJiDlldIaij ardw-u 111MM Id t=Jtet 4bsAlM s bee e psbHs vUl Io e cows sas aorprisa to W Lstaaod K MLU3amolsorcle- ver thw fiKsiii I his JM show iM sk LS4JrGrUSHwiiMfkt 8te wsaoae of the bes4 shojr nsaras te the Mtete aatog tvioa wo N M saooey ia Loaitand rs s hs u Jg in 1900 Last year ia1 took the W Nashville Hr JSJMS refused 1000 for her banr BepobUeaa J w I- J etir TH n SLEIAJJ1R T iI IIProctorI I I f Knol Chajltftuuua t AssociationJne LEBANON n lto v J IY8I91 KENIUay t I f4 tt jfIC titf1Grounds Aiv Ideal Spot for Camping and Outing Great Platform Attracions Npte4he Following Pr iainR t rad ParIandNewhalll Company Chicago Glee Clib Locall Talent LECTURES Wirt Lwthel Platform Manager Rev Father1ihenMiss Stevens GovE W Hoc jOfK i fMio t c TEW ONoal Edward AmhertOtt Hon Thos P Gore U S Seiiator from Oklaholl ENTERTAINERS Rosani theJuggler Ralph Parktte the Humorist Local TaIenL if 4 t jff t AILY BASJ3 BALL GAMESahandsome silver Lovin fup tTIICIITSthItSS bet a game day dunug the Chautauqua wdluaouble header on July 4th The compemig teams will be composed players and the series promises to be as clo and interesting as was that of last season t l 1J fIif I ufR+ 8iend Fire Works on NightI of July 4tthathueverbanprodcjt iia iLcf V Make yoorsfrapgenjentsnaw for camping and season-s tickets Address for any infornfation8 tp t 1 rkl jj 1L S O V J Ad WIO fILL UY Secretary Lebanon Ky k+ 1 UhU uu- 111 tiJ l WtWS4EAOR y A tPRflGP1ILD ICY 1JJ iF TJIIIY2IgrMDAY 7 JLI i JOSENfOlW- Uo wxl Bablfcfcirs t 1if 0 2IItf1 JUHir it mo JI 4 It ift rtpdrted iron manr of 1 tiN aMIIotbe State that 3 t t t Wbtoeo crop will be short f i rI im IBMJ ft M cbdiMKl ibewi ot teiMlf crop rJtitW How ii u me this dosi not apply to f 1f1ilW tffttott eottijy as proiptcto IShire iattoat MM of the largest I fS ecopt la the hidfory of the coua tjV Tainooo pUnU were pifenfci Jii alaisirt all ttw jfarmers FFt thiJr thff tJ hisasccMgroWing rapid Hori Q 1J 1Lg r 1 t j ti1 V jTljt p opJof Hillsbpro have I t b i ySrybsyEigtbereCefltA wKthsc Miagtobcco J fIM 1 andFriday we- M ackHMl tmrst here the rain i Jtaii torrMfflor about 8 fours i i SSaMcadaovrfiowof every cr k ad branch Long fLick r v yfitc wi higher than itlJls Ik 4 bMaor MTaral ywir r Crops 4 f o suit awl tobacco were greatly dairagsdS aftkitpd Mr Kancy Scott JSktu- rilayaif i Sunday i f J A Coulter wife and lamily j Yiatttd Mr Alexl Sutton near iJi Valtof HUT last Sundayir r L lp Miss Myrtle Barr ol this ct I pUo vsitsd her grandfather IIlI 84tt0ft 1at W H i Mr J R Brewtr pent Sun i J day Jast With MnAlbfrtHing- X iA Coi1ter1ot a very fine fav J obit Sunday night Ifi Mr Jim Settle visited Albert IttI stus last Sunday- LYf VJfr Edgar Settle who pas J e r i111liih typhoid lever as 8 4i rf eoaYa1sscta5g yla A riTFf PvMerritt IpatT about + r lt iiM1faoir of tobacco which f j w waabid off by the high VwtsrsA ili1J1B rMr Gtorgt Kteling Of Willis 4 brj lost two fine tobacco beds byHUjhigb watirav I I1 Miild1rllb ana wife have + tikmnMi from aweeks stay near ipsrsetS t 4 Z Iib 4 TahwSpcings r Awe pave been absent for Itl few tiJ =I will attempt to ge Evau Poster sold a borse tb rllr JamsBt wafor 135 r15ii 2 X Mr MwrreU Pinkston and y iLaigljter Mrl Io Poster i JMIV + retvried from Anderson rip Iwb r they have been visi t tiRE Mrs MQ theatham 41Ftj pjpLf BaHRders is conducting 5 hJr =b091 rt this pl ce i l1 t irl1rOllJOld a nice huncji i el fetfft it 8Z5Tcr hsndredr Zti i t Mr JagIe i Carey has bsxian s l i welhn ootbe ktre- t4 tIybibt ol J4errell Pink bX i ij litlt biai iUftr got very high liM Uw rttat d did aick 5t 1wf tbM4os4 cloingaconL i c Brown Jlv 9 art irihli io4 of Jawing for Mr V LM8i44Sd7Sif4 Ai lays Jrradfamlly ifitM B a7 at tb5 hOmeS of PMYIS lJ i fJ HMc MH illW bm regu MracJ SIl 1 B P H stsefl viitek Ns B rks VJJ e aIami1yy it lativ in Deep Oriiieig1i orhpod last week Mrs Wornall ththanager of the Hotell here has several guestS W M Colvin bought Dr7year old mare for 160 J H Hungate and family Visited relatives atGreens Chapel llt week I Mr RanNIcholsonpf Glintdn Ds is visiting r 1it1 yes here Mrs1 Sarah HillIl of Danville is visiting relatives here tbisI wee i f Mooresville T iII Mr and Mrs ClaudeKays ot PredferickQtown spent Sunday t with Mr 3 L Smith and yvife Miss Francis Settle continues eguest of her aunt Mrs Paler Goatiey of Valley Hillj Mr and Mrs Hark Shehan uests of Mrs Shehan s parts Mr George Catlett and wife of S Sunday4isEtizabeth has re turned home after spending lrthurl Mr Earl H Whiteman rnd wife spent Monday wlthMr- Henrv Whiteman and family of Peasant Grove Mr H K Cutsinger our gen iial merchant was in Louisville one day last week on business Mr TJSettle wife and lIt tlel daughter Mary McDowell church Jot Springfield j Sunday and dined with Mr and MrsJ W Tucker L E Goatley wife and little daughter were quests of J M Wall and family Sunday Miss Nancy Ellis of Wood t llawn visited Mrs Thos during the past few lavs Yeekljj jjj tl Mrs paviss who has been with her daughter Mrs TJSettlel for sometime tias return ed to Louisville Miss Ardie Wall W tf Vandyke and fT C Vandyke were guests of Miss Cassie Yancey bfMidwaySunday Mrs Thos Sweeney has re turned home after I spending severall days with her son Will Sweeney at Chaplin fl r IL Fen 2kf t i Vill sjpettSundayWill Nail v Miss May Lbgsdoh spent last week with her aunt Belie Lan h 1t r Mrs SallieThacker and little d aughierStirah who was called MrJher home Hopkinsvillej Ky Several rom this place ttend ed church Springfield Sunday Mr t D Barker who has been veryill is convalescant Mr and Mrs Ifr ames Lanham Mr and Mrs Will Jeffries Mr r and MrsNellie Lcgsdon dined with Mr and Mrs RP Lanham Sunday v r It is quite distressing to the farmers because the high waters have done so much damage for them Al corn on bottom lands wi IMrI daughter Sarah andMr JF H Mayes spent a few flays last week with Mr and Mrs Will Barber Miss RoxieX3isSelli has return edjhgme after a two weeks vIsit with her friends and relativesiati i Broadway Mr Dee Riley who has been in1 bad health for sometime hasij gone toIndfana We hope h e will sood be pome alirightIMr Uriah She weaker spent Sunday night with Jiliv and MrsL Will Nally Mrs Nannie Fenwiok antj IThulSdayMkBar1cer Mr and Mrs J E Harmon ot this place spent Sunday iin Madkville t Mr Parker Baderett of ne Lebanon was in our midst Suu day Miss Lena Cissellv of IJilisl place has accepted a position m thfe Exchange Office at Spring field yewsh her much suc cess Mr Edgar Anderson spent Sunday afternoon with Edgar and Joseph Graves HardinsChapeli Those who assembled jit the iothof Mrs T It Befirley Wecf nesday afterndon were Mrs Bettie Canary M Hiatt Misses Susie and Nina Fenwick Mrs Nellie Log don and daughter spent Sunday vith RV PLanbamBMr and Mrs Gt W Fenwick spentrSundfty with Mr Stanleyl FenwckSMr and Mrs Albert Rtfdd and daughter dined at the howe of Mr John Tobin Sunday SMr Leonard Fenwick spenTundayTwith Mr Frank Lit38 Miss Jenell Hiatt has returned home after a two weeks s ay with relatives in this vicinity Seyerall from here attended the musical entertainment at lrt D Bi Wilson Saturday night 1 Mr Will Logsdon and sister spent Sunday afternoon liD Mrs R PLan am Miss Jewel Hiatt spent JTpurs day rfand Friday with Miss Nina FenwickS iI Mr Irvine Stanley ancT Rotbert Logsdon spEnt Sunday af ternoon with Mr Hartfurd Logs dOD Lela and Margie Fen 1Miss Hattie Saturday Logsdon afternoon ijMiss May Ligsdon spent las t weelrwith Mrs R P Lanham l Several from here attended childrens night Mackville Sunday ihl1SI Mr and Mrs J RjOfaybrpoke onIIiththinning of corn is the fashion rjin tbislhusttingihttfe place Miss Gertie Million spent Sun rday afternoon with Miss Nink F nWiCk nMrsSaturday until Monday with reol ilatives iin Mackville We Dpnl ICavcIo Tell you whites for its name tells Dr Bells PinfcTarIIoncyfs tbe best cough medlciue and sCvc ral millions people already know iit Lok for the Bell bn the bottle I TOVESAND AAWC1S 1 theJ I Just Ireceiveda Car load of Celebrated A = j Alzdit ICook Stoves andfRange fb The Daisy l rl 1 and Btectnfo iIWe now have the best line of 1 Stoves arid Ranges eVer shown in Springfield l I PRICES TO SUIT YOU I f Come and see us Whether you buy or not It f is always a pleasure to us to shoW you V p I Mm i GLEMER J ir Rosey Valley j r IiIItrytosritea few Irnds tto Life dearlold NewsLeader The farmers have been very busy setting tobacco this week MrVEd Orou2his the pleasant euest of his brother tbisweek Messrs Henry Crouch Jackie arnett and Jerry Smith calledI on their best girls Sunday a PoJiooofMiss Alice Montgomery was t WnJSWe are glad to say that Mrs aevettMr Red Crume has returned home after a pleasant trip Ito Bal stpwn Mr Sam Crpok and wife wei were the guests of Mr Blufoi Smitli Sunday Mr Vfiil Smith sold a ca fforlG J V MissMaggie Smith is visiting her sister thisweek Keene Bras delivered the ttobacco toparties 4t your tow n this week Miss Sallie 11pntgomerv waL LjMontgomeryt fMrs Will Smith 13 better a- tlthisMary Elizabeth Smith has r ej turned home after spending week with her grandmotherMrs Mag Smithaij Public Sales lor TownSplendid PropertyY Ou SaWayYIJnne 255 J at 3 ocl clc iva on the premises i I WiLl sell to thohighest a best bidder the Residence and Lot sitjated on the East side of Main Cross Street opposita the res deuce of AV 0 McChord in Springfield ICvtrhis is desbra ble residence property as tb is in Springfield TERMS Onethird cash bal ance in equal installments in six twelve and eighteen mrnths in terest from date of sale payable annually with lien retained to secure payment of same Poss esson will be given September 1st and the purchaser will have benefit of rent from date of salj The property may be seen any time and any fjmher infor jnationnjay be had from the undersigned i H THORMAN Executor IIthe will of Martin Simp M rrvefcus DIscO crlec Imark t thft telegrams without wires territ le- warInveetlotjtokjli men tlntiltwonder of wortdors ETr JKings New Discovery tosavelife when threat ened by coughs colds iajjrjpn e asth rrhagcSItal or llunjr trouble For allbrprichJhiauec Tions It has uo equal It relives ia stautly Its the stir st cure James IU Black of Asheville Na R i44 writes it cured him of t n obstinate couh after ill other cmelic bottleI0 Taxes City taxes are now dueC and all persons owing taxes to the city are hereby notifi ed to call upon Mr L B Cainl ait the First National Bank i and let same at once as on July lit a0 penalty of 2 i per cent will bt added to all j unpaid taxeS 3JF Call ForEIe tiOnII STATE OF KENTUCKY J County Washington J May 23 1910 At a regular term of this court held on the 23rd day of May 1910 it Appear t ing that a petition signed by W D 1lslWson W S Poulter and others was file3 with the County Judge at the lastIregular term ofv this court asking that Graded Common SchOol District be organized with its boundary as fol liows viz Beginning at the bridge over Long Lick on the Springfield and Willisburg 5ikecroSSteso as to the lands orthtlfeastTnyors Fork belonging W W P Cheatham so asto include John McHr Vbys lana thence a Northeast course to1he junction of the West endof the WiJJisburgandrpike nce a straight toAa small bridge Over Little Rock Run on the Cross Roads and Cornishville pike thence up said pike to the lands of Davis Noel including them thence a straight line to Glens Creek at the Northeast ornetUf Allen Cookseys farmihence down said creek to the old Yokum mill site on a county roadt thencea straightline to W J Fowlers aidFowlersiandsl Perkins house including his lands thence a straight line toJB Jenkins house so as to include his lands thence a straight line to L W Sims including llands thence a straight to Marion llands excluding it thence a straight line to John H GonloriS house so as to iinclude the home place of said Gordon thence a straight line to L H Hardins house mncIudinghishom place thence by the county road W the Will isburg and Mackville pike ai H T cruggs store thence Westb said pike meandering around the South side of Nimrod Heiidrens land so as to ex elude it thehce on bthepiketO Tom asdto include the homaplace of said Hanby thence a straight line so as to include Arch Cblvins and Grider Bros farms and to exclude Decatur Dragoo to the bridge over LongLick Creek the beginning and that the site for the schoolhouse ofsaid proposed district be in or very near the town of Willisburg Ky which site fs certified to be not exceetL eiog twQ and onehalf riilds fiomf any part of the bOundary of the said proposed district and it appearing also that 1said petitioners are taxpayers legal voters and residents of the proposed Graded Common School District and of N 3 Justices District of this county and further appearing that the County Superintendent has endorsed on said petition his approval of same and the court being sufficiently advised orders thatS J Anderson the Sheriff of this county be and is hereby directed to anelecLttipn to be heM at the old school site in Willisburg on the 5th day of July 1910 the same being 40 days or more niter the entry of this order for the purpose oftaking the sense of ihe legal white qfDtheDistrict whether there shall be levied wentY1ftvQccnts on eachwhite male inhabitant of said pro posed Graded Common School District over twentyone ycftrs of age for the purpose of jablivhingaid a Graded Commen SchoolmaintainingII provided ini sections 109 to Common School Law The officers ofI said election will also cause thd llegal voters of said proposed Graded Common School Dig triQt to vote for five persons to 1e Trustees of same in case said tax shall be approved The ofiicers of said electionAvill make returns in due form offhe result of sanevat the earliest day practicable BL LITSEY Judge Washington County Court Attest WF Book Clerk ObeIIi o Iclockin said order Those who all white males over SciioolDisIIold who have been tes d proposed Graded Common met for sixty days and iip thecouaty- forJiix months and ft the St ear preceding theday flf sajd teGEeII Dated the 23d day of jto l910S J AND S s WC we 41 W z I- z i TheII Celebrated Brown Pivot Beam Combined Cultivator IIWe offer this cultivator to the trade as the Bt of Ithe Gorn 1It can be1 used successfully in any kind of ground UM special features eThe Pivot Beamenabling t of riMtor I forward pressure bn the foot treadles tP sBft the bNtJn r lateral movement Beams can be yoked together or werkttMade pendent as desired Any desired penetration CM cr The tongue is perfectly balanced bYllever no flying isis the eiM on I other cultivators Ease of tongue perfectly balanci lay ImIt no flying as is the case on other cultivalors Ese of rraretA-nhoy that can drive a team can operate it as well sa aaa It dodges quickly which is very desirable iin ked earn Ehnr trip I spring is prfecU6rrtself It isl4 a dana bY jitjwlf Bea BBOWK and get rid of the BLUES We have theliMK Wdkinf Tongue and Tongueless Cultivators and Double SfaOfel Phs that az made o I Also agent for the Thibnias Grown Mowers with changeable siJMd Thomas Hay Bakes and- Thomas Grain Drills I IA C kimbanAgt 11i- ewis CIiainler General Agents M tiSRED J The great Saddle Horse wilt make tbeesooofUIQatt of Judge Thurman onequarter mile of SpringfieldLat y 30 To Insure a Living dolt I Vbyff + horse He will be limited to20 mares no more uridwrJHiy stances v ooooooooooobb wf f y p iifr c T Will also at tHe same time andplaces td Tied Bird Jr iUlIHGCOLTfi i 16 hands high weighs 1160 pounds and earriee hiItie s tractive manner He has proven himself a superb bsarsize style and fine action to his colt Red Bird Jris baBird he by Joe Brwvn he by Cabells Lexington Ria ISbyWilkes226 Maggie Briggs 227 the dams of Nutmeg 21 byChiefl of Ericsson 23014 sire of dam of Moquet 4 t1t etc- Cliif383 by Mambrino Chief 11 1st dam PuII8 by Grey gie I sam time andplace ooooooooooooo yHH stahd thejSue Jac- kT At rJ ckpEJi tiJ nth by Kingsi Giant 3years old will weighllSO Jbm aS1tIXk1iI v nsgood lone arid a good foQt He w lljaake theiee at- AI t 1O1otnsure aLfringCo Mlires pastured at3 ammthG1ed t5ifttht4en toPreventaccltie ts butnotresponsible sheuk1 aeyec Usn retained on all colts for payment of s mcetH Mpoty due IVIMQ is parted with or bred elsewhere IImir I THURlilAN Jk PETERSS Lb- 1r J f t t r tOlJ CAN HAVE IIWarm RI1s rN S Cre qt light I andkyeBreadre- ry r J ir norningatll oco bytek- phoninr r I cal1ipatI v tie I t t II KatieI1frtIcn r Ii I pftvf l1 OJQ tt 69 lf f I fitf A t iceJtI ISit I1RK 81DENT pENTI t EXTRACTEDtr 1 i i J 1 k CAUISHUUUL BIo ip iiin I aDT JIUMtT KYo f jr p1 jOt Strictly 1rIriIt daM ttt Stjc sDR ic MUDJJ ffng L jV j Fycftt ud Slril h I ri O s hourS to 9 amH 1 to 2 pm j i mcoss over R ycIon8D111Pto1eA i iJ fl LamptoiiMpp a I r 1ceilIltrI st q- uoktrIP1o L 4ceN3s wtF Q lQSBY tT 4 r1 j rTRNEY AT LAW t oyZpea nk L 1i KYaINGFIXtiD l J ft JW+ fr HYATTW OSS over Red Cross Drug I 4Lhoii Hyatt 1030 Jbo 12 IlL 44 to 5 pm Tt ISHAYESt 1 fi tT FUIE8AL UllitCIOB 11 AIDIICEISEO EMBALMER I 1 TELE PHONEi bAY191NIQHTT4usI to i SPifflGFELD II 1i iRailroad Schtdule V ttmesch1ejr t 1ltOMA Springfield branch railroad w a 14 KOv4l Leaver Louisville at i80 p mi Bardstown Junction I B22 p rn5 Bardstbwfl 6G6 p nr arrival at Springfield 655 pm rNp 42LeaveS Springfield at tiIkJ i600 a mi Bardstown a m Bard ttwa Junction 730 ft hi i 1 arive at Louisville 820a ww43rLeaves Louisville ai NQ l CtS7qli2Om Baidstown Junctiou t k 55 a mj BardstPwalO05 a m Drives at Springfield ll 4a p m 1r No 44 Lea yes Springfield atD Zm p irr Birds WI 220 p rqw 4tiown Junction 4 OJrw farriyes Louisville 545 pm- Sf So 90JSunaVS onlyi eave 25rFiS 1 tjOO a5 m BafdstowA Junctipn i4p am arrive at Louisville J 3f85am wNo 91 Sundays onlyrLeaves pJ Louisville t 609 prn B rda ii Junction 645 p ia Bards town 7 30pmi arrives at k Springfield at 825 p m 1 t r J it and niainental iiv t TREES FH EyerythThgfor Orchataawn nij GardenpI 0 cvliaiit Strwherry PlintSll Cat loJltuel No agents J H F ftlLLENHEYER tl Lexington Kyee it WL7DOUCLAS 3QOS35O 4OO11 Y J SHOES lNttlN1I UWON r t JHA0C tJ Y 1 iSlik 200t L 240 Ifltelor EttUlI t1 III yi L iteacIu ao are the Tewest pnee itl cdsrd in the world t Thk Cl t le yfittia aad hg wrig rxccl tbete ef pktL T be paying t s I TM for y rh the Rest time ypirwsWLDoagIaashoei f a trkJ Ymt cw avs money cm yeur leetwMraacI tt Ii tha are jut aa Ci vry w f M tliete that kaye t pnca X T V wNitlrIe factories J ferylfMwyww th IdrMaad the wwhrdithrmk 1ieW thr alap fit better areI IA1TT1W 1 Dom same and price the eMoa to prowee the wearer ara1ns = Take o SbstI fWL =1bo81IOtf aaletnouti eC 1ILDous1Al 4 lft tSttt fjJ J 1 IEieictrk1 r I B BersI oead wb veTythIzlg le JIn aerS posttatlo and weknAe they ais the eijtboaa bv FOR KIDNEY tYYD AND 4TOMACH TROULI tile best 1nmdtc ftIr4a CilIIIIIIIr I Happenln sor Interest TI 0YlfNLOThe Freshest and Latest i 1 iIJAh Acquaintances utYourself Friend nTOPIGT0 C 88II HM M M FORSA1B SbO rtb Goddard CrbBIJILJJ vFOR SALE SecondTiandDeer binder goodasiiwS 5 ThpSy Duncan 3 FOR SALE 100baVrels I of c cdrn tPKe1Iy t A buggy atSOur own price at IC Kimballs 71 i Saturday 18th c is cheap day t my stpre Tak- adyantage Savempney P J Thbtnas See PUrlOc line ofenamalwat0 They are splendid values McElrov Shader FOR ALOne horse laSdyS t broke and rubber tire Buggy f ALEX WEBB JPOR RNRoom over Pea 35eposijtBarilr recently ocI Opied as millinery room 1b FQRBENTSROOmS over Ptl fiornas and Joe Shads gro eery Appjy to L A B rns FpiBt SALE OnegoOd fives year old IfajnHy driving Jiprse perfecjily gentle iiisHite Olernentsh Keep your chickens growing and inx a healthy copdition byr- eWg Coma Chiok Feed xSpld prily bv McElroy ShacTer NQW is the opportunity to buy millinery at a sacrifice it Aliss Willie Knckts uMound City Pai tstayC9s trifle mOfebuh c LedffaydonL FOR SALE Old fashipned cherry bedand dresser atiS one 5 walnut corded bed Inquire 1if i s office f Needing anything in Dinner are Ifsq seeour new pfiis terns in Johnson Bros ware They are beauties McElroyShader bFering binder jone typhprse g n and oneibuggy J1P WiIIetttt FOR SALErA tobacco bed feet longand 9 feat ide t S Pi DerringerSpringfleldKy Walkers Grape Juice is a 2easingices etc Pure and ealt1iy For sale by McElroy Shade l June Clearance SaleAlf- l l millinery at half price come l and see for yourself Mrs Williams j Mr Will Hagan came in from Lpuisville lost Wednesday night riding in an automobile which he urchas d in the city It is of the Ford make and is an excel lent car lOOlbs Corno Cjhick Feed at 250 iis the cheapest and best l feed for your fowls Also haye iu 25c sacks Sold only by l McElroy ft Sbader Keene Bros Sold their last ears crop of tobacco consisting f 1 8 000 pounds Co MrBDa- ke The tubacco was very fine in quality and was sold for 18 ent if These Dreadful Tin was presented ab the Opera House en last Saturday ni htby iPcall qolpred taW Lti ItIwas well at tended and n as very amusing from fit rt to finish STRAYED On my farm 4 miles from Springfield pnecark bay torse id hdtds high OwneV may have meby pay ing pasturage and this cduertiso merit W 41 Smith B 5 tlreadytoI at greatly reduced prices at Miss Willie Knotts The members of the Semp r Fidelius and Agpga Cia s of the Springfield Baptist church will gitfe an Ice Cream social at the Court Lpuse on next Saturday from 4 to lUjj mePrice 25 cent Everybody invibecl Tickets will be sold fr Spriige1d to1uuisviile IFrii Jiy dSit r aytr9tn J2i5Jor th- r9rnd Tckit gp dtorc- ofn M4l1iPfl4Suray ce 1Of11n iiilnhii W Teeth ex Q tracted with gout PAIN or 1 c DANGER are when NQ wa platesI l ii7j WORK Done in thiS office is firstclass 6 In eyecy respect and just as ad Vertdsed L WYSTALLARDDDSiSprln rit D z4 Just received a new lot bf Backers Premium Cocoanut Tis tiweet and fiesh a dJn an irI igl package at MdElrpy haders li I Received a complete line over SOOlDUggy whips direct fr ofI factory This means that save thejmiddle mans profit by from me Jail get my prices and save motley rRJThoma The College Toastmaster by of St Marys College will be presented at the Opera Houso tpnight A large crowd expected as the play comes ighly recommended It was presented in Lebanon a fw weeks go toaveltfilled house nd having bgenenjoyed by aUi who atteuded it The people of this countyare taking a live interestin College cpmmencementsthis year tICatharines was well attended Tuesday by this countys people afe alsowas St Marys A large towc1 went rom here to the ortto commencement yester day and a good number left onI train for N morn zaretlithis iug The conttet over thewill of the late John A Sympson is il1 being waged iii the ircuit court here The regular term of the Washingjon Circuit court would have closed last Saturday utbecause of the case notbeing cPncladftd tHe term had to be iended A Ilarge number of witnesses were introduced Inr troductipn of testiinpny closed yesterday morning ffnd as we gtf to press the jury is hearing ar ument of counsel SI will be at my house on Friday kni Saturday June 24 and uelialefurnture consisting of stoves carpets rugs chair tables side board dresser w spstand Beds leather couch mirrprspictures kitchen utenrHs clocks orna inputs vases bed clothing lACe tfiurtins blinds lamps dishes and1 many other articles Harry Shader J a 11IiSwihalawii party at her hume onLeban n Hill The yard was t lighted with JapanesevLanterns and refreshments were servedtr late in the evening About fifty were presentancrsnt a very enjoyable evening t KJ jGoing Away M See F B Ne and jget an ac ident policy 25 cents per day Gr41rtdYJsI MbJntireST CATHARINES CQnhie cement tield Tuesday in the Presence pg a J j Large Crowd The eightyseventhl annual commencement of St Catharine of Sienna Academy was held in Sjtt Cathariries hall on last Tues divwrLong befOre the cpmm6nceVi ment hour the crowd began t6 theIflntwere thrown open at nine oclpck t the hall was spph filled to its most capacity The exercises consisted of music vocal ajud instrumental and the ability displayed by the young ladies as niusician ref fleets the excellent training they have received The drama Ursula of Brit tany was participated iin by twentyfive young ladies The plot of the play was interesting d and each pno acquitted herself creditably tin fart it is difficult ttb ffitid in any of our schools a stronger m nifestatiofr of the thorough ness jpf their work in fall departments tBah in St Catharines At the concision of the exev lfKmnahonors The address tpthe graduating class was delivered by Rev Father Kernan It is usually the case that such an ad dress is very uninieresting tpthe audience but so scholarly was Father Kernana address and so eloquently was it delivered that the attention pf he audience was held tInought t tTherMisses Piety Barber Emily Tal bott Marie Barber Gladys Ran daB and Marie Maloneyt Sec ond Literary honors were coh erred oirMisses Mary Cur rah AliCBTimorey and Mae Cozatfc Certificates of graduation In Palmer business writing were conferred on jwerily young ladies eighti of whom namely Misses Nellie MfiGili Zelma Mcllvoy Grace Sh han LquiseTucker Bois Johnson Emma Poiin Bes sic Smith anti Florence Mcln tire arfe Washington county girl Alumnae Meeting The alumnao of SrCatharineS Academy met Monday June 13 in the spacious hall Theati tdresswas interestingly given by the President Joseph Molohon pf Lebanon She was ablyas sisted in the business part of the meeting by her efficient corps of assistants Mrs Lum til ell and Miss Lbuiso Wathen Officers were elected for the following Ser Mrs L4o Brown Louis vile President Mrs Riickno VicePresident Mrs Hugh Cas s lly SeeretrvMrl4 Mbohey Treasurer Mrs Reddypf sash ville Tenn wa made toast mistress The varipus officers their report which was Imafi to the honorable t body After the Business meet Ling was over the members and guests thronged the beautiful = i ii IIJustfecejved a New Line I J1obpHIGKOF Of I PORCH AND LAWN GOODSIIS at prices to suit any I nowI 1 Hammocks From 150 tCJ8I nThebest Porch Syving on the Market Come and inspect our line of goods rl Leachman Campbells i I J1Lii Hir 1 5kA ft Sale Thai Fill SSBioe as A record breaker Is ptogress here rust yourI such an event iin time to till Fourth drJ July needs This is not an offering shoes gotten up especially for sucfrau event It consists oft our regular high class shoes at prices far below the usual JDorit notes iliI parlors and halls of the magnifi dtbemIselves chatticg over reminiscen ces of past happy school lays JAveryL interesting program jwas rendered by alumnae Vocal solO by Miss Lou Booker instru mental selection by Mrs Lura1 rRaytselection Mrs G Marks a vocal OscarSpaldingthe beth Bevil Little Miss McComb lot Nashville charmed all by her SOJsllJed 101tbclarion note pf the banquet i 11IIgave warning that the feast wa in readiness and all were a welcome to the festive board Tiie IongN tables covered with snowy damask were beautifully tfecorated with bunches of wistava and ferns The ban fesfgecoforsIViOlets Thebeaucifpl words of belovedandtor Mary Pins Between the beautiful fjvecourse luncheon llrsJ layrno d Boone the Manybwere given by Mesdames Boone Able Bpldrick Reddy Birtle and a welcome by Miss Reev- sbzi1IjantfireotjarteeA wa indulged in by several of thea inrdbers was very enjoyable Theftribute so beautifully work i ed afnd rendered Mrs Stoand responded toby IrMattie Walker Bold rick in that wmI brougJtforth i enthusiasm in the college yell After each member registeredjin a bodfth draped in the coll ge i atnptheI Syne th alumnae disbandtd OD- t I S 9NAL Mrs H HClaybrooke and children of Scottsborp Ala are visiting at the tome of J R Oiaybrooke J iMrCastle Inis visiting his fath er Mr J P Edelen Miss LauAa Butler of New BORe Ala liUs returned to her home after a visit to her sister Mrs W DiClaybrPpke Mrs L J Maloney of Louis i ville is yisiting relatiVes here Miss Alma Richards of Dallas Texas is visiting relatives here Mr WA Clements wasatC Stt Mary Kansas last week visitiog his son Walter Mrs IL Cirl titsey a drHer guest Mrs Ruby Peoples ofj Gartersvlle Ga spent yester day with Airs W Elecmall Miss Lizzie Walhen who has been the jguest of felajjves here returned to her home at Bards town Jnjcti nMonday Mrs Fogarty of Dariyllle attended s Catharines commence merit Tuesday Miss Gertrude Clements of Morganflnld is the guest of M1SSI Gertrude ShaderOf Mrs John Malloney and Mrs Isabelle Smith pf Louisville at tended the comm neement at St CtLtharinesw lqVifeIattended the commencerent at 6t Marys College Mis Weisph and daughter Miss Virginia of Lbnisyllhv areS the guest of M sV E mill uuqdaughleriMis3 visiting Mrs T J Miller Mrs Baker mtbuf Birds tWn spent severalll days with Mrs Nannie Siinms l j t f jotOtmpbetlsvtlle Miss Susie Pope thie k Miss Gatti irine Grigsby oi Bardstown is visiting relatives here Miss Marie Sympson bf Nel son county is the guest of Mrs IMFitzgeralci Cunningham ndl returnedHij McElroy have from a trip to French Lick Springs Miss Zelma Mcllvoy is the guest of Miss Lizzie Lpgsdon Misses Louise Tucker mm- III Rote Poliri Zeltal jjcjitpIIpI Lois Job +Bifiw thii Foriac lIkpnQe 1 r I I CLEARANCESALEq an andBeystIothiflgI I i Remember that allthis eaaons newesbingsgccihthjsl sale I We have a fw Suits carried over but are very fir stytl which will offer at v TSLS I H L PIdItt Z f II f I ISeee II- Bjg stock Mens Pants at reduc d pricesji h I p Lot of Mens Straw HatsatHalfWfif t i 4aWe= have many Bargains in other Departments h6iy ut e GIVE us A CHANCE f f II The RobertSQllGlaytirooKe Go1II S INCORPORATED I5 bah Nellie McGill Ethell Berry and Addie Willett of St Oath arines academy Richard Spald 109en Tr SinamSj Jphn 0 hader Jr and Frank tJlements pff St Marys Cplleje ltyv and manrthrtnanff Science Hill Shelby vi leRy arespend ing thelVacatipn at home Mrs T A SoldiugofBiFso- wn is visiting relatives here Miss MaryVBellRoss of Knox vlle is thrf guest of Mjsa Bessie ijmith Misses Lydia ard Clay Me Elroy ana Lizzie Wtersare vin Louisville this week Miss Stella Simms is visiting friends in Bardstcwnr F7 Grandparents LivHere Miss Margaret B McElrpy gr duated at The Central High School in Kansas Crty Mo Iastc Friday with quite high hQk ors The Chicago University had offered a scholarship to the one making the ihighesti grades dur ingai four years cOurse in the High Schpp and Miss McElroy carried off the coveted honor Sliels the 17 year old daughter of MrLee I McElroy ndac granddaughterof Mr A 0 Mc EI roy of this plaee The Daily Snnvof Parsons1- Kansasin its issnoof June 1st contains an accout1ofla play given by the JSenToY Class of toe High School of that place The eotertainmentwashi 11Ii spoken off and especially the work pf Charles Jones who played the leading part with the ease and skill of a professiottal OharI les pnes is a grandfon of Mrs Jenn0 Talb tt of thisi place i iGravetLaiwrence Mr Wiliiam Tjawrence and Miss Nettie Graves both pf this county were married in Jeffer sonvilie last Saturday by Magistrate Charles S Rat Tne bride is twenty years old and a daughter of Mr Richard Graves The groom is a son ofMr Hen ry Lawrence and is twent rtvfro yeasola He is an industrious farmer NOTICE TO CARPENTERS The I Washington county Board of Epucution witl receive bids fQr ejection of a school house at Pottsyille one for the Breckin ridge district near Willisburg one at WOiite Hall onen the- c6untyrcactnrNW Hatchetts hOUSJ1These houses will be let out to the lowest and best bidder subject toithe approval of the board They will be built as sopn as contract is made JFor specification apply at the County Supts office on Mphday and Saturdays Bv order of the Bpard JWBuh i Chair- manCASTOR IA- Yr Ii iat i 2i p i w f1 i + f Lf DIPPK6TMII1 f Ift i s ltIIiatcliett M1cPhersos t i IRu Js ndIt l r f Lt F 5 J l Guttcririg i t7 iityii and dlfkinds repair work a sj i Our Wok is Guaranteed J 1 If not satisfactory it costsyoancftKinlfl fw iI t t iI Hatch tt S Mpheron1 9 4J 1t 1- II Bl1ndl c MOwers t I r Es t 0 I I Rftkos Twine jtp Jt = t l h r = 12 4Sq 0 1rir r IIll iJ i GetOurt ProeforcBuin4 F= oJrp= Ill p z GG1pp t Robortsollb t t agj jj- jI h M ttttt 44 f 12y F 11- NWAN ur iff f Ii A HirblR aiod-r For Dandruff and Falling1IaJtones hafrthprougha1 3 Iustrean tbeauty y 3 i it 111 f j 4n1l r i 5DL4IT T y 1idI 1 r e ByOto J11- h iiItbaoil bad a 0 to i ififI 1 th ken r L U A wr M- vai V ei- Il Jua 11tkithttt t- oOW4 P k pTNawM Io reouYJIMI tRSt tb ir a1WaJw MU faIIII7 I4 n J M fiI f Jt outUg bI itt7siskt ot tori Harry iir twtWomr5QyaiIR4 of bh yio J aof at kr tth itW 41111117 tlettbauktM y W tlva sc itt L ttsoc pvt sis17 dass asiiit7 0 r Biotub1A YWit 1M a p ts k tp kiow 1 ith I He 4 aboiit t irt1yi Mid r w i cd t Ip tMUH 17srOM AIIe w at m t etE rs mtIioi I M tazi1y that Ae Mil b saitttii HtU H 1tW1flbpQfl4C4fOC Hr aiv tMi hot w air t Mav b i j I1 o tik ekm r ii4ar locowo iJ 4sojMr7 pes doaad tils iWw4tj TMa JD ati t ft um Hit jut came 1 UM girt titait tlir to4 Lr ct sent tlf t 1 Jtt gaHtttoB TTM already at thkb iooa zsappeard the WiiMhlrwl Toward the Garilen f fdt j leWiyr Mr Tteitore Is closed JIad tIte xpffM eopany says they j dUver 1t totO1 it they o ow Ok deft it suIt W IBorrqw Ttfrs Smlthson ic9i piuictuality- itljijr Brown came to the r USAunt Theresa Fve got eheme I am going out to 1 X tomorrow hr car sister are having a week nft know and itsout that taking some otithe boys tee stPTt ofi edie way too 2iktful etclaimel his- jsweettAayfti ri al8Ot preeefit Jthem ker sIsfove Srkk themker jaivy tetanic and aeversiaiss i hetime And so Ki wee settled When Hunt Ley si l Jslc MMij uiloM came V Ae tiiv iAFJI1Oeara shout intoI 3 Ljid1tTbeca aid girls in 1 loplEttd jp o lf tt tty young felt L afeta wire oo the lawn and a 1 ij porcI4k1 7ec toa tipow kaPJyBOISY1l STatw girls wIt1 feints racquets arw arcuad the koUH hwid Icward wheathey aw IeEf II wa ccc and td = ttMd ether girt ied ct iii et rB MLs g4 be4Bdey Huntley Browm 4 pjalknji hs 4 gently la his t1 tkwL It Wbked so xmall wk JoraleedJaer TAto JIabllOt 1aDi H talL She kept oti t jMae4 M if tie r addIy athigI eOl1 UI4iy irb1a s1a tfitJt clutched at his Ileft He 1tr= eIkIierye b4 beef drOD Tie name r A erIa 1ia 01l1w not be tb1sir1tWznel r Je1 btItat girlsurely k- r be ooC Brotlwr Jim IL be wee ije if that JWQa 7 h asked teI1 at rt oiB aieweeE Thei at xBwritiey wwte p vr ot L f 0 17flr rifL a dawtber ft ahC tiu tUb di fefl4ot lt rMSSb sapp- sdbsr 4jffidtbeear od the bu sThe tfiwi bro i vs okad h44U Ifteh tuadails cHffleMaht- S it1J it1Wti ts others i tt wss clear to ijrJOItijif nat or rather ble unei- o W w4th utck iIfjsIai- dutIte r ak the agaIihr bchere 1y SJi h 1cw titan Id grow patt rfcbithouLa- ny Irftprt io Toibirisexa exc i t tit Siding ridiculous presents because tiy Iiyed la the country toratKey TwbtaUr Ifre jfe a palace he groaned yAM me witH a cookstove for a lirtbday gift trthat lutl queen out there A drtli ijed covered his Jf ace and tfcf ar paledw ev ho thoughtbf the brown eyea raised frankly sp mer rtlr ttjhls L Huntley did not deliver the stove that day The box four young men ver walking lame from talctiig turns irajpiiff their legs about it In the ton eii4stili stood peacefully im he car Huiitley took Alice ln to dinner that ny tE9b Murray saw to that They ai eea together almost every sec Md iliic the young mans nrrlvaland aske said to Us sister Hunts ih the r e1re tysfs give him clear tr cfc Id like to see him win Butuwh n someone proposed a toast 4o Alice his heaven Jejl If only he vpould forget that confounded stove Who ever heard of sending a stove for a Wrtiidar pregeit anyway He y at silent for awhile and Alice looked It him with thesamEr odd smile that had followed him In the morming A question trembled en her lipe 10 the hundr4th Ume but died unuttered She ibnged touY JDidnt Aunt Theresa send me any birthday sift but some tIne instinct Hunt heys discomfiture wh nherblrth diy was mentioned or someon Joking about the big bpx kept her quiet r And when Huntley Qame out of his t brown study and looked down at the pretty girj beside him she looked up brightly atndippke of something else But she motlcibd the fierce light of de tenalBatkia fe his J3yesIHef ot away aa soon after dinner as be could without beingnoticed With oatiWaitiBr fo get cap or ulster he slipped around the house to the irarage keeping in the shadow of the reel The moon was full and the air was heavy with roses Only lear of what the morrow mIght bring kept aim to his purpose What a night toe wasting on a tools errand when he mlgtk bp strolling through the garden w ta the sweetest dearest girl he had ever Met The moon and the roses were going to his nead when the box and its clumsy contents appeared like a specter He could not sleep with that haunting him What If they found him out How they would laugh And what would Alice think Well I wont be the goat if I know Uand he made a dash for the big door Til ditch that stove or The door slid back at his touch and the moon streamed into the vaultlike blackness of the shed The silent mo tora looked like sleepingrmonsters In the halflight Huntley found hIs car turned on the lamps and started to jump to the drivers seat when he heard a delicate laugh from the toni neau and tha dearest girl in the world was looking at him round the comer pf Ute big rough box MYpu see MrBrownI came out for my birthday gift I an sure this is it and I was afraid yoU had forgotten About It Its will save you a trip too if fyjdu give It to me nowrI suppose you had orders to take t home but it Igj ten miles to fathers and 1 can take ItIn lay own cat when I leave Thats mine there the white one Then veryinnocenUyuWhat Is In Itawashing machine Oror cabbages OhLordlts worse ItS a gaso line cook stove t aitjustolng to dump It Into the nearest frog4ond- lAlice sUpped from the car and heldl out her hanj uOh no pleasq dollt IY khoul l love stove really IiAndi go around jrltfi you Huntley tooktlie liftle hand and for got as usual to let goLAfli tam for given for belngsuch a dummy I do not deserve itSrjAlicerj the noon laand smell She dre lad ep breath of he perfumed at i wapderedldoor behind them 5w Overdoing It H sighed heavily Yes he said when I was youngl 1a1d poor It jwas my ohdest ambition to have enough money to dress like ute young men in the clothiers rash lion plates wearing this nd that for stated occasions and never daring to wear anything different t Well your ambition Was gratified r said the bystander It was responded the first speal frTm so rich now that I canwe aBythln r I please v And he sighed again tio Losses TittaworthIIbIlO old inan What lsId StnnerI feel that way too Ive lust lost 1525 r r TittsorthLost ft1 flow SUBiMsr The quarter dropped tkrouglrK bole In my pock t and I let iioIdeira borrpW the fiver Exchange f r jr I s feMed dS SS we5aot wo4d di be d 1st s 4iw ayssi have b t sd sd hrska dews k If v tius5k s3y iiji iIoIsr= 1are aedd Ie r NiM sIg our JahaiuJ erwes JWiiiTo esoith w ad bss t rg is pvFiessse GS1dMIDpSOV IM V t 5t551d frO I5iCIYcl4oJjtIbiiyys sc6M tisJ uiers W- I55asm5Mis UQioIsm P1n i1ieii5 SJIbarJ pag o 004 loas1cIat w j 3Tasspt I s this Ebw74co1rogfrjopi uot es the rNtUI Ih5rot rot 1 PIleti rt sd ISi tosb Mver d so t M t 7 i IItst- n fi iT H M JfO TtAr t7t n 1 sQIIftAJ yi t- SAba C tr t sj Madly itapr Miiissjhe Ict1ii HI iJteI- fte oon succloImHftltaIW n V lPoleen j I L I ChicagoFhe old problem Of whether a snake can commit suicide by biting Itself has been solved to the satisfaction pf Boscq a slxfqot rattler which was residing temporarily in Chicago in an effort to make late supper out of a guinea pig Bosc s Janis missed tht1r mark and sank ii to Bis own Tjpdy He died of snake bite a few minutes later SThe suicide of Bosco was accom pUshed in thei o1f eQfDi Frederick Eyejetti 34J Center street where the tattler was in captivity for the pur pos of supplying the venom used by lihyslclans in extreme cases 6f blood poisoning or In other emergencies where a powerful irritant Is neces ijSary Bosco was sent to Dr Everett from Brownsville Texas last November jThesnare apparently did riot like the Chicago climate yfor from the time it was caged in the physicians office It refused to eat Such delicacies as rats and mice were spurned Eventually a zoologist suggested that a young guinea pig might tempt the reptiles appetite Dr Everett secured the guinea Npigj but when it was placed in front of BPJRCOS glass cage the stake merely looked bored The physician decided that his snakeship cauid continue hisS fast as long to made no aSbetIshed feed him The pairiea the office and became a greater pet than Bosco could ever hope to be Returning td his office at 2 a m after a midnight call Doctor Everett found Bosco in a terrific rage The office was in darkness but the phy sician could hear the snake threshing around In the glass page Itw sap huntdlastEverett picked up the guinea pig slid back the glass door of Boscos prison arid held the pet Where Bosco could see It Bosco shook his rattlers an grily and the noise frightened the guinea pig Before the physician could close the cage door the pig had leaped from his hand and had fallen into the cage Bosco lost no time As the pig fell the snake struck The fangs missed for the pig saw them coming and As the Pig Fell the Snake Struck cleared the reptile in one leap Again rBosco struck but the guinea pig es icapcd by leaping straight into the air It landed on the rattlers neck but before the surprised serpent couldIt twist out from under an4 trike a- rlhtTd time the pig jumped off and scurried into a corner of the cage with frightri other attempts futilewAUIDadrdertI very mpment Suddenly he reared his uglyih0ad and with a back ward swing hd fastened his fangs in the foJds of his own skin directly over thee spinal cord Dr Everett doesnt kriTdw whether the snake was striking at the guinea pig and was too angry to judge the distance or whether Bosco was so dignant over his inability to make hi kill that he deliberately lilt him Jielfv At any rate the effect was Im mediate The reptile stretched out at full length and after a few convul sive movements of the muscles he was dead When the guinea pig walked gin lateenemyiTsurvivor Is still a pet in the phys clans office I The Cats Outs 5Is your husband a musician Sirs Cougher Why no Bobby Why do you askJ I i heard my fathersay he1fw him down town last night tuning up to beat the hand Food Value of Chestnuts ThU fruit of the chestnut tree la nearly as valuable as bread arid more valuable than potatoes for dietetic purposes Two pounds of chestnuts andI220 pounds That mean food for many workmen But the hidetanner toodmarrI rot use In their business Producer make more profit Jy selling their J cliegbiutit fpr Hwn Ing thai bf dW pdk4g of tm fpi ooLHzrpaj Weekhi SI4 rJ trwik IJrIRX 1Llrf i t 1 a1r At U J J I rIa1d Wtbr 1tPsselbM e cail e Brigist 4 Ifr no replied Tkacfcejay OdtrJ B pomsalta sAw vii JiFPj ST i D Pnh T iJ rf1i jt rrsiiiSii sfttUifr eut- t d orIt i 1mAeaa M4IdO dlt Jt Uiea of a pr eth eit lHtJJa pere Ic4oely relatedby ties hIoed a ot frisedihip iP these Ja tM L tataatjobe A ije J11WVlinyji She ev aIsigw1th hja two iht y ir children fhe horse became- rrighteaedAlit a train and In the cftemeat the younger child was thrown iioL tie buggy ifarrowlyf escaping lhe plunging m6Wr who hat been at home all theJ nwhileting the iincident and narrow escape s immediately upon their return A traveling salesman recently wied j his tirm for permission to return tohhis some immediately a distance of a thousand miles The evening be fore he sent his request he saw himlself lna dream giving medlc e l his child His request was granted and he took the first train home His child died a day alter his arrival and the scene at the bedside and those j present were Identical with the dream that forewarned him of the catastrophe It will be readily recalled that Caesars wife GalphUrnia had a dream the night before he was stain that so affected her that heyalmost prevailed upon him not to glo to the senate that day On the night the great Alexander was born the temple of Diana at Ephe BUS was burned The soothsayers pre dicted then that the scourge of Asia had been born what their prophecy was fulfilled Is a matter of histor- yAPOSTLEJOFHIGH FINANCE Sailors Methods Surely Would HaVe Brought Him Much Money on Stock Exchange Ho was a jolly old tar of thefirst water and what he didnt know about boating dud boating parties wasnt worth considering He was never at sea for an idea how to make nipre money or get the most out of those who patronized his boat so when he rowed out a party of ladles to the Smugglers Retreat as be pleased o call a small cave that you could hardly Jam a little boy Into he used on his pars attd smiled affably at his fair customers Now ladles tt he said with a nau tical smile weave reached Consideration point How interesting mumured the ladies What does it mean ask d ont Wen mum its just like this said andIthis boat were in theres a lot of sunken rocks big Jagged things that ud rip up this old craft like a bit o calico Jf It touched em This Is Consideration point c03 parties always stop and say whether theyll paj 60 cents to gd the safe and Ipng way round or whether theyll only give 25 cents each and risk being drowned Which way shall It be ladies And once again the plly old tar se cured his 5p cehts Education and the Child We talk much of education but make little real Progtess Why is this It Is because we are taking pur cue for education from without in stead of fi om wjthin Scheme follows scheme subject follows subject but- the development of any natural bent the child may possess is almost an impossibility Conferences with the teachers with a view to taking their opinions upon how best to introduce a system more truly educational and theirhcholarsproval of parents or guardians should go a long way toward Attaining a more desirable state cit affairs This se qilentupon or concurrent with more attention ofiright kind to the child In the home wherein much as1 slstance can be obtained from the wonderful books for children written by the few who understand them well may bring bope where at present reigns something not unlike despair ixfndon TPs Weekly Japanese Wrestlers Japanese yrestlers nrenotto be confused with Japanese expori its JJiuJltsuV The wrestlers belong to ofI older school in which weIght is paramount quality It Is a remarkable thirfg that a race which is on tihe av erase four or five Inches under the European standard in point of height should have produced a special cult of wrestlers who are giants in stature and strength The leading wrestlers of Tokyo or Osaka or Hlogo are all men at least six feet in height ands weighing perhaps 300 pounds They are a race apart wrestling is an oc cupatlon which has Ueen handed down from father to son for many genera tions And the explanation of their prowess is that they have always been meat Were while the rest of Japan either from choice 6rtiecesslty have i been in the main vegetarians As He Understood It Jason Juby telling of his trip to New YorkAnanbther interestln sight wuz them there curb brokers dorn business Hiram WhifflejSeem to me I once heerd tell uvth mf lirsWhat do they doPliJoRbn Juby Why they Uuy all the seats in the tock exchange and then sell era again to suckers at a dollar er two higher prioeliustratedsun day Magazine In Modern Tlmisf Hang It all JEthel must your aunt go aJongo Yes George but when every things going nicely you can pretend that somethings wrong with the machinery and that its absolutely neces sary to lighten ship sp we wont be- aU killed and then well drop auntie overboard with th6 parachute erHope and Envyv San f sabeingpresnt ene lial- vffrrlpbrsciJts i ut oth Uc t ebw tec1I u l lug mQirtoK the niost 1enecaF ft IIe4i 1ttdt4wet 4UpuLpI I rfJhJJr fifFof sight ae brd that envy iral met likely this snythia else to qniclMn utOIirt LOOKING l foru 4is 1J1s1 1Lwk4 se Paso jw flhnjiMMofEx- i leO t TIIJaft of 4Jjt1farLeg ht iamfpods From time ebtiipe his mI blue eyed glanced erlIi round the p41a sending tji4d elbow a4t4edas he b1h oJ Kiirph1fi raw Inlshman wSr 3aede inc saat Instruction im e Jiost elementary details of the ljui nary art TooIsy sturdy girls o fpea lomgiVUshiy about the room aggravating hiS headache while their gentle jittle brother sat quietly by his- atierd side studying pictures in an ldf book jf bygone fashions which pealed naturally to the domestic in tizict of the little man Look father he murmured point ing to an old print of the year 1909 See what queer clothing that nina ae on What are they Did men really wear these tlen 1 Yes Sear replied his lather lay ing down his needle for a moment and bending over tile pagedIneversaw tfny but father once told methat grandfather wore them when he was a boy They called them trousers r TltBIts SEX EVEN IN BREAD MOLDS IScientific Discovery That WIII fend to Astonish the Unthinking Layman Among the many extraordinary theories Introduced by recent micro scopic studies is that of sex in bread molds After years of patient re search tIs announced that a distinguished scientist has found that these minute fungi fthe lowest order of plant life possess the characteristics of plants of the highest type andliave the power of reproducing their kind from two distinct and different races In addition to giving new life from pne The precisS meaning and value to organic evolution of the fact that In such low forms of life as the cpm mon molds male and female should be as sharply differentiated as in human beings are far from settled but thei discovery If it be a discovery 18a most important contribution to the fascinating pursuit of the unknown in nature Some of the mlcrbscpplc slides show it Is claimed groups of fungi which form the product of mated brOad molds once separated by thousands of miles To the unscientifiC eye JLhey appear as pretty miniature fore1ti jungles Minute Measurements Because the balance wheels of watches expand and contract with changes of temperature they run slower and faster according toelr cupstances By making them ot dif ferent kinds of metal haying different degrees of expansion with increase of temperature the effect of their changes on the running of watches may be almost entirely eliminated But in dealing with such a problem I11 Is necessary to know the expansibility of 1Afished by an Instrument called a dllatometer In which a system of dell tate levels or a chain of gearwheels magnifies the motion of a pointer over a graduated scale hundreds of Um At a meeting of the Physical society in London not long ago a dilatometer was exhibited which had a magnifica tion of 1500 times so that the change In the length of a piece of steel caused by a single degree of rise or fall IfJtemperature was clearly measured b y it SCatsSee of Loc lty A kitten about SIL months old wx taken to a hoiise a few miles distant from Its birthplace confined In rod and tenderly cared for during a wee and then Let at ljrertyh It was sup posed to have become habituated to UsnQw surroundings but Iit returned to Us old home on the day ot Its rei lease The sense of locality and rection was exhibited still more stri k kingly by an old tomcat which wasj stolen and carried a distance of 20 miles confined ina bag The cat wx imprisoned but made its escape atIi in a few days reappeared in a pitiable state at the home of its former tha ter which was separated from that of the thief by a high wooded clIffs Scientific A eflcanI A Husbands Pledge A wealthy middleaged divorcee who married a goodlooking and com panionable young fellow penniless himself is said to have exacted ito m him as part of the marriage contract tho pledge that he would spend everyt evening of his life with her They were inveieratelheatergoersuntH his death which seems to corroboratet the curious story Many women wou like to have the same power of keep tog their husbands at home New York Press t jPottiU of view Does your wife object fo late dinners IRI It all dppends said MrMeekton on whether the cause is a baseball game or a matinee 0 EL1OZS WORKWITH 1NDIANSI ItvI r1aTimbutCiyersiii Was hst PrMaant Jt 00John Eliot Was a clernrSak who was Identified with the early hiitory of Boston He was born In 1604 and died Vn 1690 His birthplace was Naming Essex England Hewas educated at Jesus college Cambridge And iopk orders in the Church ot England I As a ploneer la the work of the church In America Eliot came to be known as The Apostle to the Jto tiians He was a nontonformist In the Tiimrcby and refused to believe- th l the only good Indian is a dead one V ji will christianize Ihe red brother and teach him the laws of clvillii tlon said the sturdy clergyman and he thereupon set out to accomplJsnVhis purpose at Nonantum now Brighton about five miles west of Boston It may be said safely that there are no Indians there worth mentioning at this time Eliot made translations of the Bible into the Indian language and his In dian Grammar Begun was printed in Cambridge in 1666 The only Corn plet copy of his famous Indian Primer which appeared the following year dlaL now In the library of the University of EdinburghI The pioneer clergyman made some progress toward the conversion of the tribes in JJassachusetts after he had become proficient In their languages He organized his converts into what came be called communities of Praying Indians the best known one of these settlements being at Natlck King Philips war in 1675 however gave his work a setback from which It never recovered His Praying In diane Returned to the pastime of king colonial scalps with remarkably facility and war paint and the dog tooth aeckihceohcq more became the regtxlatfo costume among the tribes of Massachusetts JI WHERE MAN IS NOT MASTER Unable to Discover Secret of Avoiding That Troublesome Cold In i the Head J Man say Persius is a very noble piecje of workand is indeed king of kings except at thosetlmes when lie is troubled witha coldin his head If It be not Persius if was Horace or Juvenal It is a fact ot great interest that they are so common Other epidemic diseasesmeasles typhoid scarlet ver diphtheria may get hold on us once and there is an end It is not usual t have any bfthem twice We brew IIn our blpodiramunily The poi son of the disease evokes In us its proper antidote our felood cells make a sorelot natural antitoxin and keep it in stock so that we are henceforth protected against the disease A wellvaccinated nurse for instance works with safety in a smallpox hospital where the very 1all is Infective but her blood was so by vaccination that the small pox cannot affect hot By scarlet fer IVeragaln weareaj it were vaccinated against scarlet fever thereac tlon of our blood against the disease immunizes usNa such result follows influenza or a comraonTcold we brew nothing that I is permanent we arc just as susceptible to a laterJInvasion as we fwere to the invasion that is jjust over Precepts of Jfffe pn Do not sit up late at nlglt study and work in the daytime Rise early AvoldnovelLSreading and cultivate the companipn ship of good books Never tell lie toILevery living creature Speak no evil of any one B6goocl adore God be f loyal to friends and love your country bettEr than yourself Take Iwld 11ofthinga by the smooth handle avoid disputes do not turn pleasant con versation Into heated argument Too much speaking is not best Never put soff till tomorrow what you can Jo to ldday Never spejid your moneyiifore you have it Never buy what you do anot need because it is cheap Pride costs more than hunger thirst and cod We never repent of having eaten little Never borroy trouble 1toct Jefferson One of the Oldest of Books The Ring otrope Xygtus the lIt tie book of aphorismb which wapopu lar in the early church has nqw both translated into English for the first I time by the distinguished scholar Prof F C Conybeare The interesting feature ofjj this old t Ijook which was known in250 A D ld1f the modern spirit pf the man who haveIbeen according to the Spectator a I man of wide experience as devout tt- BlhelS humorous as many sided as he minded almost a Quaker in on nonresistance andhts repulsion to the furious face of things almost a Socialist in his view of property a man without much natural reverence for those in high places and with perhaps an overwrta Ing respect for scholarship ft l SO Per Cent Better writesMrsI fifty per cent better than when 1I began taking it JemalttroubleJ irrefujarityI monthbutI Otrduiake CAltDUI The Woman Tonic rart medicint herb of Cardul ire notbsSJouhdin ac4ber edicine T1eItt5Aar wbat oiUtfemale cin nckim e av other Sro over Oyer tiikywj eUytdkeresultstheyWptiHttnto jptS i J I CJJrr iIfor Ptethers- t T Iabb Z ts and has maeDBdrJaIa ptrr aol ryIaIon Allow iso one to AllCo nterfeit Imltotlong D4 J eeetiJiExperimeats that trim with and eDInfants end CkildreatxperLsoe against Expe What is CA ORWCastoria fe Jl harraleM dubithte for Castor tIfI gone Droi nd Sotktnfr gynipi contains neither Opium Xorpno 1tEatsubstance Jts ageis its jnsrante and allays FeverWssseseu It citrcg Collet Itrellcveis TeethIng Tr uTble cures and Flatulency It sVisixillate tlie 1ood Stomach aad Boirgj giving healthy and juwMsisl The Children PanaceaTn Mother friend 4 Y GENUINE ASTORIA s- I Beth theSignati1re 9f r The Kind YitIth- v vr In Use For 0i 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