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atSt0Stoflrc PEKSBYTEBIAN CHURCH pMioklmf F1ttflt BAPTIST CHURCH Willianh preachiflg SundnywSchoo tasdav OJIUSTIAN cstiIf IratcVflt2 OVdti AS0ICLQ1 GISpr1Iociglolmfeets uackontb W2tagton Chaptcr rIngfe1c Monday 4NrzED 4mr4avRY Obtldrea Cry IEn QA5TORIA = tA It costs nothing to be p jte anti themap women or child who makes politeness a specialty is flot Jikely to lose anything by I th operation 8omIX years ago a Brecken ridga cpnnty boy Roy Wright by name decided to try his fortune in the West He went to San Piancisco and secured ja position as bfJl1 boy at one of the Isidiag hotels Recently two wftnlthy men of Cleveland on their way to the Orient on a leisurely semsnientitic tourji were guests of the hotel where employedThey a week or more during which time Wright was answencg the bell ia their apartments He always appeared promptly when the bell sounded He f responded politely when addressed and he was faithful and expeditious inIfcarrying out Orders The two Cleveland men liked Wrights appearance and they were pleased with his attention to business and his unstudied t courtesy They concluded they could use a boy of that kind on their Oriental tour to look after their mail and baggage atfd at J tend4o other odd jobs Thyrb inquired of the hotel manager and he gave Wright a firstclass recommendation The manager t said Jae would regret to lose a Wrights services but would n tC stand in the way of app oppOrs t unity the lad might have of bet tering his condition That set tIed the question and youjg Mrs Wright has been engaged to ac- ompany the Ohioans on a tour wTiich will last nearly a yeart He is to get a salary which is mewhatf an advance on tIe wages he was receiving at habiel and all his expenses are toe paid It will be a vluabte- xperience for the voung Ken I tuckian and the chances a arehthat his bellhbpping days are over It is pretty certain he willC make himself useful and that is employers will see that be isdcomfortably placed when thee rieital journey is completed This little story which comest to light through the medium of a San Francisco newspaper shows t thaE it pays to be polite and at tentive to business Th6 boy whovpursues such a poli ywilf win his way and wilL command respect whether he born i il toe w dfrorKentucky CourierJourual I j Itchli Ecxema Washed Aways Is it worth 25 cents to you to stopS that awful agonizing Itch Surely you will spend 25 cknts on your drug triats recommendation to cool and heal and soothe that terrible itching eruption By arrangement with the D D DtLabratorlesof Chicago we are able t to make a special offer of a 25cent bottle of their oil of wintcrgrecncom pound known as D DD Pr scrip ion Call or wrlteor tolepWne fo Haydon Rooertson We absolutely know that the itch is topped AT ONCE by D DIY Pre scription and the cures all seem toe permanent Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the datesi fixed for holding the Kentucky airs for 1910 as far reported 3fficersof fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or correction of dates Lancaster July 273days- VersaillesAugust 84 days Danville August a3daYt Berea August 48 days Lexington August 816 day s Taylorsville August 94days HarrpdsburgvAugustQ 3 days Vanceburg August 104 days Lawrenceburg August 164- jFeys Sbrepherdsvllle August 17 daya Shelbyville l1ugust234days Springfield Augost244 days Frankfort August 8O3 days Bardstown August 314 days Hodgenville September 6 3J days Glasgow September 284 days Kentucky State Fair Louis He Sapb ember 12 6 days WANTEDBids on a dwelling hoase and batn For iurther ibformation call on or write WO Hamilton i t City R R No Box 45 ItPaysThBtPolite Well Knblra Here The many friends here of Dr grievedIMo He formerly lived here where ho was a very popular dentist He was married tn Miss Sallie Pratt of Kansas City who with one son Phillip aged 5i itill survives him Dr Dtdman was born in Washington Kap pahannock county Virginia atd was liixtv two years of age and the youngest of twelve children Only two of these are now living Dr J 0 Dajdman of this place and Mrs Annie Duke of Scott county this state During hk residence here he was most suE cessful and was held HI the- highestestedm by every ne Herr theIIalways publicspirited and satis factory For several years he has been a sufferer from bron chial asthdia which disease caused his death He was juried at Independence Mob funeral being with Masonic honors Harrpdsbu Hera ir Much DmageD nTJ By Wind Storm An electrical storm hat was accompanied hya wind of almost t cyclonic proportions passed ovorlthis section Friday evening last- hortly l after seyen oclock While there were no houses to- uffer seriously by the high wind a great many trees were blown down and the damage to the wheat and oats throughout the county will amount to a very considerable sum Corn was lsO blown down but it was not sufficiently adVanced to be se rio sly harmed The local tele phone company sustainedi quite loss as ihe torm put almost a phones temporarily out commission Alarge force of men began making the repairs early the next morning and in a ays the service was reestablish d On the farm oJ Lee Cochran who lives a few miles east of own between twenty and thirty downLeQaf01 To Mammoth Cave July 28th from Springfield and all stations on regular morn ing train 6 oclocka ra Only 3 75 round trip Board al hoe iLcludmg admission to the routs in the Cave for 550 A full and Complete trip to the great subterranean won der only 925 One night for promenade or dance Tram WJIl be heJJi at Bardstpwn Junc ion for connection on return SeeLAgent v I Advntagesof a Cook When the woman wet In to see her Bavarian neighbor another woman sat there The Bavarian tailed to Introduce her Finally the other woman got up andwent In the kitchen Then the Bavarian explained Shes a gook she said One off my vrlends I used to have when I was a gook too Ztie vas duelling me how dey waited on her Zhe did nod have do heal bodadoes or vash de lettuse or nottlngt Id vas all dpne for her Den bezldes dad she get dirty dollars a mont Now you You work ferry hardt undt by de endt off de mont do you haft zo muzh as dirdy dollars lefdt offer Is It Yes Hardly admitted the woman sadly Vel den her Bavarian neighbor said An In tnlous Swindle An Ingenioiis swindle by a palmist calling herself Mary Andre was sue naaafifllo dp1ted at Trleste recently When she examined the hand of weU todo ladles IJEu generally predicted Home jmpendin misfortune and ex plained this wis very likely due to their possessing some unlucky jewel A number of hfr clients intrusted the orderlJt the offending stone Frau Andre must have had a large clientelefOrsl1e suddenly disappeared from the Aus troHungarlan city with 25000 worth of this jewelry and has not been sine 1hAQrt of I Drowned While Seining Mr Bernard Fenwick was drowned at Horse Shoe Bond in the Rolling Fork about 2 miles above Ray wick Saturday after noon He was a member of a seining party and getting iu deepwaterbemg weighed down by heavy clothing was seen tosinlr Gather members of the party rushed to hisassis tance and after hard work suc ceeded in landing the body but life was extinct Deceased was a son of Mr William Fenwick of Ray wick and was an industrious highly esteemed young an26 years of age1 The funeral services and interment were at Raywick Sunday after noon ai 2 oclock V Oor6iri O McEfroyJieldan inquest Sunday art rnoori and theverdict the coroners jury was that he came to his death from accidental drowning Lebanon Falcon Orphans Reunited Mr and Mrs Charles Laoij bertof Atlanta 111 stopped over here Ljhis week on their way back Home from Springfield Ky wherpthOY yen to b rytt their iiufanjb jBhild beside Mrs Lamberts mother Mrs Lam bert was taken from this place when she svas tjve years old to live in Illinois and ner brother Willie was adopted by Mr andJ Mrs J Shewmaker Itisthe first time brother and sister t have seen each other since t theytt were separated many years ago Harrodsburc Herald l lIIDERS EAR FORT MUSIC According to French Scientists insects Really Has No Conception of 0Harmonyt It Is true perhaps that some of hatntecldedmusic but there is little or no evi dence to bear out their contention It is merely a pleasant supposition toIgive their study entertainment Professor Lecall1ona distinguished t French scientist who has given years of study and observation to the In Btlncts and socalled Hear for musictt of the spider contends that the ap t parent sensitiveness of this insect tott musical sounds has been wholly misSf understood He takes note of j fact that brother scientists think that a some species of the spider appear to respond In strange manner to the notes of certain musical instruments such as the piano harp flute and vio lin suggesting that they have some kind of instinctive recognition of the sounds or the vibrations on which they are based- Professor Lecalllon says that when musical sounbadre made close to the spiders den he Is not cognizant of anything like b rJDonyHe thinks the vibrations are merely carried along the delicate strands of his web to hiS parlor apprizing him Instinctively of some sort of a disturbance at Jils front door His spldershlp thereupon goes out to see what throw is aboutIThe Violin Maker He chisels top and bottom of the violins body from solid blocks of spruce and vmaplc Coaxing the subtle and delicate conformations through a month of patient labor putting soul and yearning in the wood as perhaps no other handcraftsman mayi in his search for exquisite tone He is Build ing a slender and sensitive box with a wonderful power to emit vibrations marshaled into order and delivered as a voice No visible beauty of carven form and no original departure from set design avail him in reaching his goal He seeks intangible essence of sound and means for its lofti est beauty For him there Is no es tablished law for aljuriiig the tone to some dimple in the wood to delight it to rapturous perfection He pursues an Ignis fatuus1 of quivering airwaves that leads onward endlessly He may only strive toward achievement of his object as strove his forebears of the cratt and frequently with far less to ward Harpers Magazine s i One Explanation- The man and the woman were dis cussing the sharpening ot a pencil Why Is i1f she said that men al ways hold a pencil point toward them when they sharpen it while women boldly whittle with the point away from them 7 IWell replied the man I have studied on It myself I sucrose It Is due to th6 dltTcrence In tho nascu line and fcnlnlne thumb Women shrink from the sharpqbss against their delicate cuticle while men gauge the fineness of the point by their toucher skin Ayers Hair Vigor STOPS fAlliNG HAIR AN ELEGANT DRESSING DESTROYS DANDRUfP MAKES HAIRl GROW Ingredients Silvr Glycerin Qutelfl Sodium Chlorid Cacim Sage Atcehel Water Perfume Ask your doctor if there is anything iinjurious here Ask him also if there is not genuine merit here 1 Doesnot Color thetaJ C Coiojurr Lowtll 1 h MISSION PRESIDENT Sent toWorkHoule in Lou yule for Appropriating Funds moheylcon verting it to his own use Gen WF Breeden J President of the Louisville Industrial Mission was presented in the Police Court yesterday morning and fined 15 and put under a 500 bond lori six months He waS pnable to give bond so he was sent to theJ Workhouse Where he will have to stay for six monfh5and fifteen days It was charged that Breeden has been has been conducting u charity organization under a regular charter from the Goa ernor for thrf last twq years pnd that he collected money and converted it to his own use JJJe denied this however and said that be gave all the money and clothing he collected to the ppor When asked to name some people who had received money from him he took a book from his pocket and said that the names of all those receiving charity from him were in tbat- bookJIe was asked to read out some of the names but he re fused to tell a name or let one of the city clerks see the boos He said that the Secretary of the iit Industrial Mission would notI allow him to tell what was in the book He said tthat his wife was the Secretary and his daughter tKe Treasurer It is claimed by Prosecuting Attorney Harry Robinsop tliat Breeden his been collecting money in Lojisville for two years rJr1I11e purposeof cnaritv but he could not show one in- snce where anyone but him self had benefited by the don a tionsf Attorney Robinson claims that Breeden collected money on the streets and in private homes with the aid of two men whom Breeden gave tbe title of lieu tenant and that these lieutenants received 25 per cent of the monpy they collected It is said that one of the lieutenants bjf the name of William Black c n that he made as high a- ss4 aayon the 25 per cent basis I Bhck said that tha other lieu tenant knownas Anderson AllenIIIt and himself were the board ofgj directors and that Breeden was J the General the manager thetsuperintendent tthe Chairman of J the Board of Dirsqtors and t President of the organization and that his wife was secretary tl and his daughter treasurer a Breeden u as taken to the cityii workhouse He said that he could pay the fine of 151tut could not furnish the 500 bodii which he was placed under for i six mpntbs Louisville Herald Sale of Town Propertyt We will offgr for sale on the premises on fl SatQrday1nlj9i9it 0 at 280 pm the property of Harriett Ann Brooks located on High Street in Springfield near the Catholic church This1 property has a frontage on High Street of about 180 feet and runs back to the alley Terms of sale made known on day of sale For further in formation call on McElroy Wharton I r Quarrels pf Friends i I think I have observed universally that the quar els of friends in the latter part of life are never truly recon cUed A wound in the friendship of young persons as In the bark of young trees imay be so grown over as to leave no scar The case is very dif fcrent as regards to old persons and old timber The reason of this may be accounted from the decline of the social passions and the prevalence of spleen suspicion and rancor towards the latter wart of life r Wonders of the City The gentleman from painted Post had stopped to gaze at a coUarand windowIthere durn fool atryln to doany bow Whi dont you know said tui boy lin mOck astonishment you seeI heggot a ku tlrel ollara bet that he mItitOB am takfIt that col larl aBclUe a tiouiw4 time without t ever loila a cellar bKto or ufm A jingle uaetI11a4itM fuMajl- Uf t to r aiJ J KterOut Of Politics I IThe victorfi Campbell Gn trell ovet hIS Democratic oppo nent in the Seventh Congres sional district by a large major ty was somewhat surprising to those in other sections of the State Especially was tUia so in view of the serious charges that wereC brought against Cantrel by his opponent Claude Thomas Cantrellwas charged in the plainest language as beiog a grafter of large proporiiuns and the charges were numerous But there was another feature to the fight and that was the actipn qf Clarence LeBus ttje president of the Burley Tobacco Society entering tbe fight tight on the eve of the election and attempt ingvto array the tqbaccd people gafnst Can roll Cdntrell took up the fight on lieBqs and it seems that in the precincts where thertjr is the most tobacco I grown Cantrell got his largest majorities Cuntrell wasoP posed to the present pool unless seventyfive per dent of the to bj ceo was pooled LeBus was in favor of ht The result has been that CanfrelJ gained his election by the action of LeBul JNo matter how much glelit thetonJ bacco pool may have connected with it the people are not inti favor of these farmers societies being dragged into politics and is ibe better part of wisdom Qthemto keep iput They have their good work toper form anti they accomplish it inJ eVery iustance There hasI never been a farmers society organized that did not do good work and work that was needed but the instant they enter tbeflf arena of politics their usefulness wanes theirpJweris lessened and they finally die from dissbn ions The Cantrell race JsaC warning to keep the Burley Society out of politics and it wjll continue its usefulness in volve it iin political scrambles and i will not prosperfrAaRue County Herald r t FISH 3Q YEARS i CAPTIVE When Released It Knew f Something Besides How to Swim In a r Circle A big sturgeon that has been a prls oner 30years has Just been released from bis long captivity and set free 0Intaken from the Columbia fiver near Cascade locks t4n the spring of 1880 ndwas fitventoHood River The sturgeon was placed in a small pond on the Adams ranch says thetl Portland Journal There were then two ponds on the place and the fish was changed from one tq the other from time to time Some ago sh9LDndho back of the sturgeon was blistered qyth9BUn The fish was then moved to the pool of a jtouptalnr on the farm where wam about in a circle It kept grqw ing blgger until it was about six feet long arid the fountain was too small a place for it to be kept Mrs Sue M Adams Armstrong own r of the farm ordered therelease of he pet fish and the sturgeon was tolhe Columbia river and leetree Intere dspectator8redlcteci the fish would swlnf In a small circle la the river from the habit of 30 years Ibutmoment by the unaccustomed extent of water the sturgeon hesitated and then swam away to the deep channel of thell river BEGINNING OF USEUF IRON Hard to Trace Exact Bat ItsOrlgln Is Thought to Have Dun ti Central Europe At Is commonly believed that the use pf iron commenced In either Africa or Asia The fatest invesUga- tions prove that It was pot worked in Egypt until the ninth century be fore the Christian erd or In Libya un til 450 BCtbat the Semites adopt ed its use still later and that It has been known in Uganda oq1y withinI the last flvo or six centuries In China iron Is first mentioned In 400 B C Bronze weapons were employed in China until 100 AD and in Japan until 700 AD According to lr Ridgeway who has investigated this subject the metallurgy of iron must have originated In central Europe especially in Noricuza which approximately represented saodeni Austria and Bavaria Only at Hall statt and in Bosnia and Transylvania from which countries the Achaiaai and Dorians are supposed to l Te migrated to Greece are ffouai evi deuces of a gradual latroductloa of iron at first as an ornament applied to the bronze wtiichlt ultimately die placed Everywhere alrfo Iron WM in troduced suddenlya fact which Im plies a foreign origin HesIYthat1 1 meteoric iron was iciow I rem otantiquity but no coubt workedAs flints are worh7 Jwalot chipping and WM act t other words It wrt m ll Mt the knowledge oflro Utat riiiMktt la central Europe i c r= rc- I i Af i d q Tell Your Friends How Delicious ThIS Bi4 1k fll1 them that it1snowblefos ttffjIn this town ii1Jiis bread is baKed f z t thakipgof us Louisville by xpFess reaching us a1isost as qniclcly it 1tI4 iiii to And tell themtoo ow much better tiiabrNctiautwat hemsthey wmalpre iat kIndao fMti Wbother with home bakiag Dolly Brwea4 L The secrefotipod readU i1ll oyqIJmDolly Bread IsSInto whlch tearn is forced at great preset eIk 0hSp i1i Itureis bake S rJgbtinto the lbaf r Three of the best flours fiitU iqtiJf areformula bleiidj by tt Nff 4fThese are some of the reaaoo whjD1rM sd ep fj sOLD BY + McELROY SUADEIiSpjf r A Year Without Summer c The yearlBlO has beea lle3 the year without a Iu meitfQr there were sbarpIfrotsjn V8rjr moqtb January was mU o a was Februar with the excep iol ci a fpw pays The greater part of March ais cold aDeic boisterous April opened mil3f a ut grew coMer as it advaucetL1 e 3ndinjr ithsnoWtIce and winter c sold In May ice formed one r alf inch thick bunsand flowers vere frozen and corn kilted Itrot ice and snow were com mon in June Almost every green thing was killed andIt I ruit was nearly all destroy Snow fell to the depth of threet t inches in Maine July was ac companied with frost ndJce1 n the 5th ice as thlpk as1 win S dow glass was formed in New b Ybrk New EDglapi nd Penn sylvabiaI and com was neatly all killed in certain ctlons Iiic inchICApao rOoraIlVas a i and lined for fodderV Very little ripened in New E gla1 andimiddle States Farmers were bliged to pay 4 or 5 a- Ybushel IorcQn in 1816 for the next ptliigopLtntcng The v rst two weeks of September were mild the rest cold with frosts and ice onefoarth inch S- hick October was colder than e usual with frosts and ice No ember cold and blustering with now enough for good sleijifhinff t Decemer quite mild and com fortable Hartford nDrimes To Settle Estate f A suit was filed in the Marion circuit court Jby Mr HtR fUy ntersoh as administrator Qrttb estate of H W Bradford dc eased and Win M Bradford and wife naming R M Bradford nd Mrs Mary Belle Purdjras tt defendants The object of the suit is to settle the estate tlb1l- ate Mr Bradford and to Mcer Do You Get Up I With aLam1icJtfI K14K7 TrwWe HAkcc TM assfts Almott everyoac knew of I f KikMMci 1 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ytdaWhetilac1fJolnutonthe niTo lmrjw iftit defeated Jaa JvMrteiafiftoMt pf 1 whstwucbeduhdu a tKtr1 fir rouod bout fte flcfat waa great die apptaliMat to tht iportsmtn of i j eoMtry M probably more 4ttecsst WM aroused in this th ill ay former one but Johnson bd his adversary at 1rcy from the gtfart and- verf 1Itle of a realspj it t tWiJ j Msyi111eW Falitr Chief Jus i O thsUnithdSttmj Supreme court dkd at hk home at Sorren 1 Jto1 o July 4th He bad w IMS Chkf Justice aihoe his ap 5i poubsitby GroTce Cleveland 4t1886 Hewusflof great irni4id was recognized as NHI of titrtatest Justices whoa IiTier occipwd the Supreme Ok5ter4 CoSt Mo resvifleS f f 1LlMr S MrDatis wife and lit z aJ o fLo 1 ll n ttl the pUt few days with Mr Da is i Uri r T 3 Settle l x 1 ra5fld Mrs Carl 0 Yancey fJi 5pciagIekweregutsof Wn i k kB Waira 4 wife SudayRezlOkOklr San rordYocu m and wifeGr j MB CHe a Ryans and sister Jiiis Mattie spent from Satur tfy nntii ll HItofwitbMrs F Er Yocim GrSJliN Will Smith who has i1 Widi I8Cbbol jIf Louis t vim hat returned to her home at J rI tbw place Mrs W 0 Ellis and daughter Lirawnt III iofr and Uri Tbos WeAley Sunday f MM Nona Catlett of Spring f r geld inrisiting her sister Mrs UakSheban Arnold Settle and sister little tz j Mwjrancig are spending this 4i week in Louisville the guests of t rtHltfva MriM Mayfield and children i olt PrtdericVstownLE Godbev wife a d daightgr spent Sundayi Withof M Wall and family t r KiM Ruby Orume and Sam i Sweeoey of Woodlawn attended the Childrens Day Exercises att New Hope Bunday afternoon 1and Mrs Harry Derringer r y ertinSpringfield Mondayof0 l rJ W Tucker1 of Spring v Goatieyil l Ys k Of vl1eY am spent Tuet1a ya ilwith Mrs T J Settle- Fair View SjJI XV i f 44y Our fartm8rs are busy harvest If r1iflg4If MiL J rB Stevenson Mrs Preston Moore and Mrs T W J j Hayi visited Mrs Sam Yocum one day last weeTcT li Mr J N H Oliverand broth er Mr John Oliver visited Mrs J lJokJI QbinF tdy a i xMis es Sallie Hendren and iILetiet Bishop were at the home otWtJOe Goatl y Sunday Is MIM Lula Grigsby is on the r iclc J ltMr ndMrsjS Bardesty r Walter iand Prank Carney Wai tc terUane and Walter Beam Mr l sc and Mrs CC Woford andJimie Chewer were guests at the home of MrvP M Carney Mr ind4fMrsFrank Jane 11l visited relatives atMt Zion Jfiit rtitr Sundayci fr Fcnwkkg i = 1t6J f Mn atid ifrs Loy d Fen ick- fi f i f5 t andichildren spent Sunday w it1 i Mr and lilrs Wv T Adders n J 4Samilyto L J r Mrs Lucy Anderson spent one aiiHt last week with Mrs ISfannie Fenwick aqd family Mrs Lue Logsdon was tbe ft pleasant gut of Mrs PrudleI i f ja M Thursday afternoonI fiii iMr Jack Spalding is spending 8 jeW days in Lebanon wil P 1 frKd wl relatives 4 ll Jtr Willie Maye set Sat i r jlbtwith Ins mteil Mrs r r LBaft 3 fi4i i iI ii ErmeiidrSQ lcIsMabtiet t Alice from 4 taMIYije are rkitiBg Mrs j M 1oi 1 ui btchar1n n1j MtBho rl ssery i 4tettefii- isriting f i tii it JA surpriiiie birthday dmnec was given jo Mr JD Barker ncTy he was 63year of age Ttiose present were Mr and Mrs Mike Barker Mrs Emma Young Lithe Lanham Mr and Mrs Will Barker and children Mr anti Mrs Oscar Bottoms and little daughter Mr and1tn Mrs John Barker and cnildr n and Mrs Bert Walston We are in hopes he will live to see several more such dinners Mrs Ethel Barker and chil dr thenTeresa Graves and family Mr and Mrs R P LanhamIfl Sunday with Mr and Mrs ll Lanhsm WMissRourday witb Miss Miss Mary Rose Tanes taSeyeralthe 1 Chautljuqua ai xLebanon l Monday Pleasant Grove li Mrs Nell T4u mai1an dahMiss Mary Logan Neal of vington are visiting relatives and friends at this place Mr E M Leacbman aii ItI t loyd Golvin attended theChau qua at LebanonSnndayfj Mrs Margaret peters ofJ Springfield is spending several weeks with her neiceMrs Min t Reed wReved spent Friday nigtilttt tth undy Home Mrs Carlisle Clelland andI children are spending this week with the family of L M wegory HMrcSc MrJaSfllianDett Edginton spent Friday witidMr and Mrs Hugh Leachman Mr Oscar Shirley of Ta ham was the guest of his brotherin JawJ Mr John Dennis Suu1ayh Mr Master and wife visited relatives at Willisburg Sunday Mrs Ardis Brown of Spring field is visiting Mrs W P Mcr ritt Mr Charlie Lit sey and sister Miss Francis were guests of friends in r Qnon Saturday night LiUey MissMabel l Price is the cuest Miss Lavina OConnor Messrs Herman and 41 Mudd spent Sunday with Messrs Joe nd John Polio MissLei Roberts spen last- weekwith Mies Grace Sheban j3i Edd Gracei who wasP serii ously bart isimproving a Miss Addie Cox began her school yesterday at Hardesty Mr AndrewYankey who has been spending Ia few days witht his Bather left yesterday nrorn r- g for the Philippine Islands here he will locate and accepts 11D position as civil engineer Miss Alice Jones began ber school here yesterday with a large attendance t rlMisM ryLngan Neale who traveling through the West will spend tne summer here with friends Miss Annio kelley who has 1lIasflfavl at this place ocf next Satur day with the Litsey S ars The correspondent lrcnnpharpsvillet his last iette1c5pmment- g5onic the game between the Litsey Stars and Tablow accused therLitsey Stars of jump- Sir the game with Tablov We are now fully convinced of e fact as we statedlast week thafwe believe it to be Tablow is game for this reason we cannot blame them for not know lu g when the game was over e woufd advise that this team purchase a book of base ball rulesn read carefully what it- lrs to constitute a game cf all and how to tell when the game is over Mr and Mrs Yankey enter tairied the young folks of thisI community honor of ther son G eorgt Tuesday evening Prathers Creek T he farmers of this communi ty are very busy cutting wheat Mr Butler Shewmaker and fabuy spentl last Sunday with M r 3atnwi May s and family Mr Sid Russell and family of this place spent Saturday night ith Mrs Lucy Hplderman of Texas RevvHatchett of Tatham spent Thursday night with Mr Wes Kimberliri and familv AMrs John Barkerspent Friday ith her daughter Mrs Rosy- olderman Mr GR Christersonl wife and little son Leo were the guests ofMrRichard B st and family Sunday evening Several from this place atten ed the picnic at Mr Dave Matherly andaUhad an enjoyable time Miss Dannie HIlton ill open school next Tuesda at the M ayesvschool house Several from this place qt ej ded the supper at Mackville Thursday nigh Mr Wilt Pulllam and children were tbe guests of Mr R T BeSt Suhday evening Mrs Will Earlie find children at d Miss Fay Horn were tbe guestsof Mr 0 B Shewmaker and ia ilfOf thisf place Monday s f Penbow Mr H W Hays andr family spent Sunday at the home off Mr Lev Baker near Battle Mus Dayid Uurtsinger is very iH at this writing Mrs Martha Snyder acd daughter Miss Opha Terrell spent several days last week in thin vicinity Messrs Thoraar Coulter and Stdnley Shewmaker spent Satur i t Dissolution Sale OF Crawford Brothers l St Lambert 1 Jersey Herd Consisting of 40 high bred registered V cattle and six high grade cows IIThllrsday UJJ t4 1910ii AT LEBANON RY tii Beainning at One oclock pm sharp15 1besold1 ofpure JViJ bCdairycows I tradeAlsoportageIT f WhirlwindEnsilge fMWHrtMywwyL fI I day night at Mr WS Col vitis f Mr Richard Pinkston visited Mr James Perkins and family Sunday y J d ardugafternoon with Mrs SGolt vin and family wAMr James Hays n le39 4 WiIrevWilmer spent Saturday nis at Mr Richard Perkins Mr N B Riley isjvery ill at tbissitingS r i A BRdGM FOR THE STOMACH j So the French call Parsley Pumpkin and Apple Both Rich 1nwPhosphorus r hTheparsleyf Lettuce is a nerve food Radishes build tissue and are rich in phosphorus also in iron- Horseradish contains a higher percentage of sulphur than all the other vegetable roots spinach rranking next Iin value Spinach also contains a large percentage of iron A mayonnaise dressing with lettuce I SlisnbutrIngl i orvlnegar hhbweverj4c1Z orllmoa juice is preferable wWhilefruit for brain building which Pos ddesecrated jackoPumpkinrates nisaWhenment take up a pumpkin diet But as winter squash would stand the saDe vegetableinphosphorus supplied Cucumbers rank pumpkinsbeing BarI And the Money Came When a Darby man sent a rest toY be cleaned he forgot that in the ins lei untlngtothe mqney was lost in some otljer way asisornetiingthe of the money was discovered perhaps the owner hds not yet teaelded whether the money was overlooked by the cleaner whether it was merreurnedbythe Cleaning of the vet was merely moneybackb4only fair to the cleaner to give cijedlt for not being curious to the ex tnt otexamlnlng thepockets orgtrl meats sent to his shop or else to hold T that he iis realty an honest man too hlmseltVUmlngton r Childs Flehdlsh1 Temper Death from exhaustion dud to burns caused by being pushed into the Ire by her younger brdther was the v Pr diet at a Orewe Eng inquest on the body of fiveyearold Violet Capper The mother left a number of little children playing in the yard witfc in st cUons not tqgo into the hduse Scarcel had she turned her bu ickawhen frank aged two got into the house and Violet who followed to bring Ifini out was pushed into the fire by him The mother said Frauk had a very nasty temper and since the occurrence had attempted to push one of the other children into the fire The coroner said it seemed almost credible The child was too young to be criminally charged WHEN HE MISSED HIS MOTHER Bishop of Lincoln Regretted Inability to Make Frank Criticism of Poor Sermon Cannon Scott Holland man appre elation of the late bishop of Lincoln mentions that Doctor King was a bach elor and his mother lived with him till her death He said once after hearing a rasping sermon that IrrI- tated him It Is at such a time that I miss my mother Ho was asked why V Because directly1 we were through the door I should have turned to h and said That was a beastly ser mpnj and then it would have ben outt a dshould havo been sorry to have said It and should have begun toapol ogize fortho sermon and to love the preacher Now the pdIoa Is In me all the week and I cant get rid of Hj DoctorKing hada deHcat and sub tie wit OncsaId the canon had all been rather swept oft feet by the vivacity of certain Damp ton lectures which were laid out on rather well worn conventional HUOS bullUllwent How wits it What w ouldI CQPderfulr of trousers will come out if you have laid them away for some time In a drawor He had hit it exactly The trousers were greep for all their apparent shoon An Ingenious Swlndle An Ingenious swindle by a palmist calling herself Mary Andre waft sue cessfully operated at Trieste recently When she examined the hand of well todo ladles she generally predicted some impending misfortune and ex plained this was very likely duo their Iwssesslng some Hmlucky Jew61 l A number of her clients Intrusted the palmist with their jewelry In order that she might discover which wds the offending stone Frau Andre must have hud a largo clientele for she suddenly disappeared from the Aus troHungaflan city with 25000 worth of this jewelry and hasmot been since tQjrit 4 r No Insult S HeI never look at you witlfoujt thinking SheSlr oia menagerie rjreYes eIfingers EngjlshasShe lsSpokeS ilea unpardonable You mean Impossible dont you 1 I mean that It cant be dia 0 J Judges Library 4 E i to f 1fik i t Convenilnt I j IExcuse 1 u Its awfully svveeL ofyou to think of Itjl nd I should love to go If I were eii7 said Mrs Buckley dver the tele one i Oh no nothingi serious but dont fequito able to go outOh Cel you AlpMrsniseithgladThadlftfor a stupid drive with Mrs Drake Besides with the Hendersons coming to dinner tonight Ive got top much tomodo this afternoon to waste time going round co Aachthe park behind her old slow j Two hours later sIrs Buckley Was 1assisting1E w hen her husband burst into time room j ith nn anxious frown on his brow Ive been looking all t1 rough thet ousO for you Nan lie said a little impatiently I didnt expect to find you in the kitchen Why not 1 Hqw did you happen to come homO so early Tom 11 heard you were ill mi Why Im not a bit Ill So I see But I met Drake at lunch and he told me you were so sick you couldnt go out lor a drive with his wife I naturally thought you had had ome sudden attack and no one had ad sensoenoh to call me up sol ushed home +you poor old dearMrs Buckley ughed indulgently as she continued o whip cream I had no Idea you ere so easily alarmed AAny one would have been alarmed Uy what Drake said How In the world did he ever get ihe Ideif that you were sick Mrs Drake telephoned me this orning asking me to go drlvlngand s I dfdnl feel like it I said I wasnt n e1L Oh thars it Why didnt you just say you didnt feell like IU You know you cant say such things Tom 1 Well 1 rather think 1 can How ever since youre InVno Immediate danger Ill console mjself with a lit tie golf the rest of the afternoon Very well but come home early oi know the Henderrr Mrs BuckTh dy ceased speaking as the door closed n6ne too gently behind her husband t Any one would tnlnrshe smilingly muqed that Tom was disappointed t because Im not sick IeAt 630 altar an extremely busy aft ernoon Mrs Buckley was dressed andt her husband and guests thWhycom6 she fretted Hell surely keem j d leinnerclothes At seven oclock neither he nor the expected gues s had arrived and Mrstt Buckley tired and nervous walked the floor pf her flowerbedecked rooms aWelK he e you are at last she cried as Buckley appeared at 730 twWhatt most wild gIdidnt suppose youdworry Nan You see we started a foursome so late that juButj for fDressj Yes of course You know as well doaai thatthe Hendersons Jire comtt ng I cant understand wjijr theyrefso anlatetwice before I invite then again thTheygo tuButArent coming What makes you tthink theyre not comlngGWell you see after I left Drakemw today I rutt Intq Henderson1 and I told Iui I was hurrying home because yoi were m lie said hed telephone hilitwife that the dinner was off It was thoughtful of him wasnt jtrWOh very Mrs Buckley spoke with much sarcasm It would have been very thoughtful of you to have mentioned to mo that the Hendersons word not coming Perhaps you think like to work oil day getting up a dinner for people who arent coming FOrn moment Buckley looked a lit tie crestfallen Then making a strong i recovery ho said boldlir But my dear girl was so delighted to find yju werent really sick that the sense of relief drove every otheg thought t oUt of my head JAgalnt v4liedHang It all Nan we wouldnt haye had this muddle If you bad told Mrs Drake the truth In time first place I can promise you one thing Thorn tl ns dedr I wont indulge in another in nocont fabrication very soon If I think theroa the slightest possibility of its falling into yoUr clumsy keeping Wjoll then truth is once more tri umphnnt laughod Toni And your r tr 1IrImjravonous i Abolish the Kiss While It Is generally asserted by the seriOus that there is an excess of kiss Ii 1r1u lovers protest that there llvtoo much wasted sweetness when Miriam be lot stows just one on father hparts keep a sameltast it and science has stormed Its denun ciations against a mechanical duty that disseminates disease but she seosIJ JJUleJiPpo ot abolishing the kiss rThe Growth of Languagea f Thero is an interesting andIron the national point of vlay ti 4atlsfacthory statement In the staUstiqs lately published In an Italian paper toncernt1 CIing the growth of modern languages According to the figures given theaEnglish language which a century ago sqs spoken by 20000000 indlI vlduals is now the moans by no less than 100000000 give alan to theirvlews of things chII on the other hand has spread than any of the chief European Ian Inguages for Whereas it was used by 34000000 men at the beginning of the3h IIbyi viduals speak German Hoday against ii 36000000 iQO years ago 09000000 Russian agaInst 30000000 32000000 Italian against 18000000 and 44000 r 000 Spanish Against 3Q000000 Two Evils It must be awful to be caught with the goodson you i itA worse tobe caught with thuhiRoods off you I forgot three of my wlfei errands yesteraiy i 7 STdDEHTS FiGHT WITH DEATH OHvPRECIrlCE J j ONE SLIPS OVER THE EDGE Of P IICOMPANIONII re11Inascend the highest peak in the French s called the Grande Somn which thpusandtThe students whose names Stempel Fischer and Wethel ftro warned that they had better take a guide But having a map of the untain roads they preferred to find their own way fter a long and fatiguing climb Grandelsom j U ytathel Held to Stempels Hand With Grim Desperation ey took a snort rest and started down toward St Pierre Grande Char treuse but mistook their way and suddenly found themselves on the brink of a precipice Stempels foot sUpped and he fell over the brink but not before Wethel managed td seize him by the hansl Ate same tirnq Fischer also fell overt fortunately dropped on a Voclty dge only a short distance below Wethel held to Stempels hand with grim desperation and rather than let- shi unfortunate comrade fall he main ta med his grasp until he himself was prejlptce+ Both men fell a distance of between enty and thirty feet rebounded OIJ the rugged wall ol the precipice and rolled down to the bottom of the ra vine below Wethel escaped with slight in ries to his thigh but Stempels skull was fractured and one of his feet Was terribly crushed Wethel did hrs best to revive him with cold water troth a mountain stream and then started ttpn search of asslst ce After a long and toilsome walk In e darkness he reached St Pierre an d found a doctor with whOm he re- tnedtpthe scene of the accident But Stempel was already dead Fischerj alter remaining v nhours thai ledge on which he had fallen as rescued by means of a rope Stem els body was removed to Grenoblp He was only 19 and was the son of airofllclal at Linden In the Palatinate Stempel Fischer and- etlielwerft studyins at Grenoble unl T rslty j Anaesthesias Discoverer At Jefferson Ga a short time ago there was unveiled a monument erect ed to the memory of Dr Crawford W Long Jn honor of his discbvery of anaosfhpsia or its first use in a sur gical operation It was In March 1S42 that Dr Long while instructing several yoOsgm n who were studying medicine under him Was making some experiments with sulphuric ether conceived the Idea of producing theqporl in causing a kind of intoxication t f his subjects and making them to greedf unconscious of pain Soon afjterward he made a successful lprac cal application of the ether in surgical case Dr Long made no attempt to exploit his achievement nJ lay his kelalm of discovery before orld In 1800 Sir Humphrey Davy observed the anaesthetic effect of niiozs oxide arid suggested its ISO In thelIl oriide for the painle s extraction of teeth ud other claims of priority were ade about the same time by denI tista and physicians Dr Clarion Sims New York has however published pamphlet Ink if which he proves that hvmettTennJoking Him Otto 1 Stern Co11oetorY mg 1an this stnzjdnghatThe Jokesmlth Ill offer It a chair Mans Feathered Frl nd8fMen of science are generally flgreed 11 at birds are nhture great check ore excess of Insects and that they maintain the balance between plant caterflarsCouldIinsectlOIJUIThe bird pop ulation of cultivated country districts been estimated at from 700 to 000 a square mile Thid ia small InsectsiconsumeshundrcdsIprevented from becimfngthe scourge they would be but for their feathered enemies t A Reminiscent Compliment KnlckerThey are planning to1 make Mr Roosevelts homecoming occasion Boc er WouIdnt Itbe singularly aijproprlate to close the bnnks1I 5I 4 n 1 i FORD MODEL T PRICE 9jcINCLUDING fI tSTOP GENERATOR AIP i IIII WIND SHIELD SPEEDOMETER lOU TIiaGAS LAMPS GIG ius IGNtTU I f rIf you purchase a Ford car and at a your selection saved 500 a month OB ita u t1Ill P in one years time If you save 10000 a year think of the pro fit on the investment The Ford k JtOta oneyear 0car Hundreds and hi1ndredandhunckedsC C ftFord Owners have run their car year after year at an ayerage monthly expense of 5OOad we have heard of many cases where thy have done better The Ford Model T gives its owners less trouble is this simplest 0and most powerul of its classand can bqrun and maiztained at less cost under any and nilconditions than any other 4teoWI9 regardless of make and price J p fAfew reasons why VANADIUM STEEL CONS4TRUCTIONrAddiBgr treat SIll Reducing Weight 4tf i1THREE POINT SUSPENSldNiEllnynatiaalla l af1 from road twists and strains 7 1ttf i I N MAGNETO L u Integral part ofthiotor f pring constructioVi TnermoSvptfon ystem of coeWmif r cx j cessibilily to everY working part freedom fromeoiitetit Siijiwit f meatsare buta few Forcipoints of vital Importance to abits iII fbde buyers r r J WC iwpuia 1ikeverynuchth give you a nortCPrillkiU i5triptlonr of ithis w nderfulcarpoLiting out toyotttEe ljSrhjNi tt iiits every partana if you will favor us Witha requt fQrpe it 1wfll possibly mean thesavingof considerablel time aM aoa t 0ybuSMay we have the pleasure ofdemonstratlng this wterfr o you MOre than426tiOO satisfied owners of bis FeM MaML JttttB get together on this matter rightawaylrai ittawiU it 2- fI rW V Stellard Agent A = r- I 1i I NOTICE I The following few items we dir tQ can ypur attention to whereby you can I getIu IISeour 14iOJ I Enameled Blue Wiarer I Anew Tot of Water Coolers Get our prices ott Roofing and IIPlumbi g aflandar Ic Perfection H I tHlSOwsjDIAMOND f RazorsT oUiieJ I- OKFrCt1USt t 11w J 5 1 Call and see us when ii towm 1I SHDITZ A CLEAVER HL i l i iE I H1IJ Lr l 1jevery morning at lEt oelcx kiJ tteIfe phdnlnor calling at 7 1ii fe Katie Her r elnDIU fr A F fJV Jtl rf IItPhone69f 11 cy Ore of our Grape Juice I T JinIi LEDISON SPRINGS NEW ONir Thomas A Edison WUNottJM ilaftrtevl worldr Jias brought forth a Mnr U that 0prpye popular with tbo tr dE UIIf of who make their llthii bi fcrkhif Ia tsMr Edison is BUdff if M brt hnf ai we- scheme has 1U 1Mrj i iitti4E Aa automatic s4or Mk IItIPt ejlM 1 clerkles store Ifa UM vy Kh Edison says it wtW JIM SJMI Hfc tomtit be a boon tojnMklM ta gir s OMBJiititl the trot number of erta at wos i s Uxmi H 4ut pQ 4 tf MM MM dMsU en into etect littt M s H mll pitil- eote iM I tc thMrtM vI4 ka them aa C tfc4r ep ttw t r ocupaO dto s H rdClai p1 ao pM IUtM1 long accuplei his brain for amAHtapii IOlS 5 JJf M- plets be hopeg tocSeeat smc B veplit by tIIr if 11I1 Jji4oa fIi stores The customer need butwllc v t asIM IiIIIIDIIIa It tbSUcoin his bIndle neatl wrajpp4 i irtl bdssr fe 1 ATfaot the oply employees such a stoi wigKiHH viNiqii M i attend to the mnacbtnes andlthose In tile centrall tMs i spertlon- The customer for exanleV wlH 4ropi lv jHn jII1er to indt yato the particular kjndof jjcoojls Iw Ali jfpi t h t TN IW clilno wlll dq the TCtf t p ITh w WvrTIW PUIT5URT N I 1 tDTt T iEXTRACTED t fTHO1JT PAIN ig JMptk up atairs BINGFiLD KY ientJtl Work Strictly Firtteli C lUED dirgeonto 1 tto 2 pm ydons Drugstore LamptonvM DI r Offlctta Opera Mttse ICfItMii a- Ra4tRc N 3 WFtqR1GSBY- An NEY 4T LAW s sv eotk Mask cli IJP1UNGFIJ Y h Dr III WHYATT- Q 1 o over Red Oros Uru SMort OffiCe hors Pyatt 103 r iMv to 12u1 4 to5 pm JOftN Y MAlES r fUI lm uiHECTOft f UO LICENSED EM8ALMEI j 1 tJ fiHONIDAY19NIQHTT4- fi SPHfflGEIELl 11 l Rmilrod Schedule Following Is the time schedulel V Bow1 IB effect on the Bardstown iiad Spr1nfieldbranchratlroact1 I V Mo 41 Leaver Louisville all 0 430 p m Bardstown Junction s5i22 p m Bardstown BC6 p m vamvsii at SpringtielcL655 p m- Jii o42Leaves Springfield atiJjitfiOQ a m Bardstown 645am- 5Bldtown Junction 730 am ariv i tJLomsville 820 a m No 43 Leaves Louisville a f 720 am Bar lstown Junctioi- V g55 a mBardstown7l005 a IlL arrives at Springfield 1140 p m No 44Leavta Springfield at 100 pm Bardstown 220 p m yBar stown Junction 410 p mr 1 arrifis at Louisville 545 p mINo 90 Sundays only Leaver Spring ld715m Bardstown Om Bardstown Junction J45am arriyea at Louisville v 935 am- v No 91 Sundays onlyLeaes Louisville it 600 p m Bards torn Junction 645 p in Bards9 v O11780pm arrives ai Springfield at 825 p m jriiif and Ornamentall TREES eEveytbiflg10r Ore aLan indarden v bie HiIliinf Strawberry Plants CatalOKuea No agents l H F HILLENHEYER Lexingtont Ky f WLT DOUGLAS S OO1S 35O 4OO lor 5OOA1Ul j SHOES iMIIIWtrW UNiON MADE 1ys L SIr 2a00 iat 260J Ot Etlf rW L Douffk aliM arc the Iowe t j price uJky cosdrdm the world fiUiacIHc of iRcIMPpriees7 v MM apair five W L Devgks diees a triaL Ymi on iavs mosey em year feetwear awl get soi that are juit as J m evwy way as lJaeae that have V b eecliac y kigker prices lfyii cWW yict our Irce factories yeirselfJare i whyiw1Aa mer kesS OAUX1WM w L M MM and prle Is i MW 4e bottom to protect the vewer anOnit hlckrdMgMrtiafertoritiOM Take N o SabiitU UWLDouC1auboellrenoUoualeInJourj JIOALlJIX CUNNINGHAM DUNCAf ff T tf r ElectrIc 4 tiBittersa Iucisea mea everyibbig else falls J Yoaa proetradoDUd female ifeskehlese they ire the aeprems imedy thousands have tISted- FOR KIDNEY tIYtR AND 1QMACTROULE t r I sees aol4 l I = TOWN WWM Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest andJLatestt i I AlIAfeout Yourself Friends I and Acquaintances i t e1 m4 Hats at half price at Watb tShadersL lnj FOR SALE Shorthcrn Bull- GoddardGruncly f Buy a nice atrtb veil atWathen andShaders A buggy at your qWn price at tA a Kimballs For Sa1e17 Stock Ewes Sam Bottoms FoRrSALB One hqrse Jady broke and rubber tire buggy ALEX WEBB FoR RENT Room over Peo pies peposit Bank recently oc cupied as millinery room FOR RENT Rooms over P J Thomas and Toe Sbaders grocery Apply tq LrA Burns Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but Leo HaydonI FOR SALE Old fashioned cherry bed and dresser and one walnut corded bed Inquire at this office Special sale nCBcorsets just a few in each lot will sellat cost Mrs WOllI FOR SALE Priyately one Deering binder one two horse Wagon and one buggy J P Willett WANTED rr An organizer in this section for our sick acci dent and life certificates on very leberal contract miceLM B Au this office jj A few hats on hand sty1I iaitandnew at your own price t Mrs Williams RevWTHines and Rey J H Hines will bold a two weeks meeting at Hillsboro b ginning Monday night July Uth The Ladies Air Society of the Christian church will serye din ner county court day in September Patronage very thankfully receivedJ FOR RENT The stable on the allev back of my residence tias two good stalls and carriage house in connection wjth lot well setingrassSIj Mrs John W LewisS p FOuNDn the Lebanon pike Sunday a ladies hat owner can have same by proving property and paying this notice Box 23 Lebanon Ky LOSTOn the Willisburg pike between Springfield and the Beech Bridge on July 4th a flute Finder will please return toEd M Russell jewelry store G H Boharmorf The public is invited to the caraful consideration the Peo plea Deposit Banks semiannual I statement found in i this issue Ths Bank shows it has enjoyed the prosperity that hastcharaci J busivjstockho ders are well pleased with its earnings and take tljls occasion to thank its patrons fo their liberal support which has 1 L rI LLWU bUSS DUUtt WIJUIr1U JS Theball games at the Lebanon Chautau ua are exciting con Ji prable interest especially in apiingfield as the boys are now in line to win the trophy Springfield sojar has won two games and lost one Campbells villa has won two and lostone Columbia and Lebanon played yesterday afternoon PQ twe are unable to learn thepresult of te game Previous to vester dtys game J ebanon had lost one hadilostNew Residence for Jailer tbeNac tion of the Fiscal Court in making ah appropriation to buitd a new house for the Jailer The house that is used atpresent is of stone and has for several years been u n sui table as a resi dence The court was unanimous in the opinion that the new house was necessary and have appointed Messrs T Scott Mayes and Robert Noe a cooi mitteo with directions to have a i j Liiats aMIopIcs i ttttMM rt t HW0 Teeth ex tracbed with jr i iiI i ALL WORK gg- t I Done in this ofijce is first In vertised every respect and just classII W 1YISThLLARD DiD S j Springfield Ky 1 7MM cost of 2500 The new building wilLbe located in front of the old one and will be a frame struc ture with brick veneering The semiannnal statement made by1 the First National Bank is remarkable in that it is the best showing the bank his made in the 39 years of its existence We ask your careful consideration of statementappearing jin another column of this paper lso you may judge for yourself Iof the solid financial basis upon which it has established itself Graded Schooll Established The vote on the question of t establishing a graded school atJWillisVurg was takfin Tuesday There bad been conViderabJe in terest aroused among the people as there bad been much speak ing invthe District it favor QtI the establishment of the school However it seems that manyI were unable t make up their minds as to w bether they were for or against it as only about 102 votes were cast of these 10- 0votedfor the establishment ofjj the school and two against it A new building will have to be erected and1 it is probable that thesite will be in Willisburg Falls JD0wn Stairs r Mils Nancy Johnson the 10 year old daughter of Mr and Mrs J A Johnson bad the misfortune to fall over tbe banis ters ofa stairway at bpr home on llast Tuesday evening i The distancp was aboutjlO feet and the child struck the floor on herI head when pickedl up she was unconscious but after a time she regained consciousness butI soon relapsed into a conul ion Drs Ray and Lampton were summoned and found that she Ihad suffered a concussion of tbe brain Whilo her condition is serious she showed considerable improvement yesterday land it is now believed that she will re cover in a short time Makes Assignment The Tatbam Springs Company during last week by its President Mr W C McCbord made an assignment of all its property to Mr W E Selecman The reason given for ihe assignment is Because the owners could not give the business the attention it demands in order to make it the success it should be as a health resort The Tatham Springs Company was incorporated several years ago and vast improvements made in the place The property will be offered for sale August 18th and as t is 80 well improved and so well titled as a health resort anyone possessing the energy to rlhe busipess could pushI Grundy J1 rftireand make ina great financial success Nice Appointment Mr Andrew G Yankey left yesterday morning for San Francisio rom which place he will sail on the 12th for the Phiinpine I lands where he has been appoi ted oytheJ Civil Service Bu eait tto a position as CiVil Engin er in the Phillipine Service A dew toptr a course in Civil E gneering at State University vhure he graduafed in June 190 haying successfully passed the examination tbe preceding Mar hlAfter his graduation he accepted a position as- aAssistant Engineer of Construc tion with the L N Railroad i Co As an engineer he has been successful from the start ana is recognized as one of the best in the State This new appoint t ryandRJtheposition ible one itJs quite a compliment to Andrews ability Beautiful Home Weddingt t On the afternoon of June the 29th at the home of the Brides j mother Mrs Jacob Dearlnger i yife of the late Strother Dean was the scene of a very pretty home wedding when her daugh ter Miss Hannah DeAn and Mr John Raney were united in Dl ar riage The event wasa very quiet one only the family and a few of intimate friends being present This June wedding was un v usally pretty wit h its white and green decorations The bridesmaid t was MissXatherian Ketron The best man Mr Rite Dean both neice and brother of the bride The bride is a very popy ular and attractive young lady of McAfee Ky The groom being a prominent and prosperous young farmer near here Rev S B ones performed the cere many and iminediatlv afterwards this happy couple left for the home of the groom The music was sweetly rendered by Miss Hetlie Seay X Card of Thanks f f I desire to tbank toy friends and neighbors fortheir kindness during the illness and death of my wife R W W thenLit PERSONAL Mr J A Shaker is oil the sitEdmont P Lane of Dan ville was in Springfield Sunday- Mr Edd Willett who has been attending school at Spen cerian College in Louisville is spending a few days at home- Mrs H D Rodman qf Louis yule istne guest of her sister Mrs I H Thurman Mr and MrsjWm Hancoc- kofiouisvilJe the visiting Mrs1 Hancocks SIster Mrs Louis Rogers MrsJ U Clements entertain ed her club at 5dO Tuesday ab Roanoke her country home Mr William R Selecman and a IJustReceived a New Line I I1OLIJ HICKORY of r I PORCH AND LAWN GOODSII I at prices to suit any pock Better place you order bef9re they are all nowII I Hammocks From lt50 to 8 The best Porch Swing on the Market Come and inspect our line of gop- dsLeachmanIIII CampbelFs IFurniture Store WHEN YOU PUT ON t A SHUT bought liars thfereia nevery any disappointment at the tit the fabric ihe fashion Our shirts are made y experts and are cofb fortable roomy wnere needed snug flatting where tthey should be Come and lly in a supply They will give you ai iojeanof what a fice mens fur i nlshjngsshop this is wife were in Harrodsburff Tues day on business Mr 1 A Boswell and family are in Perry vilie this week Mr R H Edelen andwifeoi Louisville were here Mondayr Messrs A Conrad and Adolph Hertlein of Louisville were here this week i Mrs Mary Hugs has re turned to her home at Bloom field after a visit to her daughter Mrs WW Ray Rey W f H William Mr and Mrs Bvron Croake Mrs Oqe LamptonSmith t Georgetown this week attepd ing the B Y P U and Sunday School Convention The Chantauqua at Lebanon continues to attract crowds from this county each day Quite a large number of persons have been attending i Miss Mary Logan Neale of Newport is visiting reTatives in the county Mrs Margaret Norman has returned from a visit to relatives in Louisvillet t RMrsE dren of Louisville are visiting relatives near town Mr John T Claybrooke State Mill Inspector spent that 4th at d home SMrville arrived last night for a isitto his mother Miss Ida Claybrooke has reLturcfed from a visit to her sister Mrs John L Off6tt of Bloom field Mr J W Bushwas at Potts ule yesterday Mr and Mrs W D Claybroobe spent Saturday and Sunday U with Mr and Mrs John L Offutt at Bloom elajMiss Hattie Rowlett of Louis ville visited at the home of Mr D and Mrs S Roberts last week RPORT OF THE CONDITION r OF THEJ First National Bank OF SPRINGFIELD Sprlngtleld in the State of KenOtucky at the close of business 0uneTNoRESOU CESr 1LoansOverdraft secured and unsecured l 683716 1Ulation i v 5000000 Banking house furniture and fixtures 400000 Due from National Banks not reserve agelits 238522 Due from State and Private Banks and Bankers Trust Companies and Saving Banks 24725 Due from approved Reserve Agents S72244 Notes of other National Banks L 153000 Fractional Paper Currency Nickels and cents4 9088 II Lawful Mon y Reserve in Bank viz Specie t 998525 Legaltender notes 1225000 2223525 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of 0circuiaionI I 0DuepTotaI U 43444109 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in 0 500000 I Surplus fund uL 4000000 Undivided Profits leslex 4pensesNational Bank Notes out 0IIIDue to other National Banks 478868 I Due to State and Private 4BanksIndividual deposits subject- sto check J 219053 LiiTimeeTotalSTATS or KBSTCCKT COCNTT OF WAlE INOTOX ss I A C McElroy Cashier of the abiovenamed bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the I bist of my knowledge and belief A C MCELROY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me II this CCHAS 5th day of July 1910 Correct Attest s B sHL LITSEY W D CLAYBROOKE i i Going Aw Yr IISee P B No and get an ac ident policy 2 cents per day I Men It is early to begin 4t i Ing but as we are overstock j Will start right now to offer MensTl Boys at v PRIGIsale1DtWav ty1which b 1I1 4 4IIf I I The t RobertsonC1aybrookk t iJ fINCORPORATED I Ja sw ET OF THE CONDITION I OF THE 1 Peoples Deposit Banko- ing business at Main Street town of Springfield County of Washington tate rof Kentucky at the close of business on the 30th day of June 1910 1 4 RESOURCES oansand Discounts with one 4 or more endorsers or sureties 28019365 7 4 Real estate mort gages J 1490000 Call Loans on Col lateral 00 J Time Loans on Col lateral 4 1127240 S Bonds 00 Other Stocks Bonds etc 00 30636605 Due from Nation al banks 2540942 uefrpzn State banks and bankers 148649 Due from Trust 4 Companies 36958 2726549 4 United States and National b ank Notes 1017706V Specjei u 675070i592770 4 Checks and other cash items 000 Exchange forClear ing House 000 verdrafts secured 562634- verdraftsunseUre1 06 562634 4 axes 00 Qurrent expenses 1 Paid L 00 eal Estate Banking House 500000 Other real estate 00 f re and Fix tufes 00 Other assets not in feluded under anyt of above heads 00 500000 I Total 3WioaK v JLIABIL1TIES v Capital Stock paid 4inin 7f cash 5000000 f Surplus Punds 3100000 s tUndlVldedProfits284408 Fund to pay taxes 66752 8451160 Deposits subject to check on whichi interest is not t paid J41 21066Q765 Deposits subject to vf yfe check On which V interest iis paid 1 Demand certificates iof deposits fan which interest is paid 00 Time certificates of t deposits on which interest is paid 6501322 Savings deposits on which interest is paid 00 Certified checks 0027567398 Due National Banks 0 Due State Banks and Bankers 0 Due Trust Companies 0 Cashiers ChecK80ut standing 0 Notes and Bills re discounted 0 Bills payable 0 00 Taxes due and mi paid 0 Unpaid dividends 0 Other Liabilities t included under any of the above J Head J f 0 00 TotaL 74 i 36018558 STATE OF KENTUCKY 11 fSCT WWAHINON COUNTY I J A Boure Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief J A BOULWARE Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before the this 5th day of July 1910 CHAS MMcCHORD Notary Public My commission exyfres Jan 10 1914 Correct AticstSf SJ ANDERSON V OJjHAYDONjP I H T TURMAN DirectQra iI = t t flIPPINnTiii1 ANY SIZEYOU WANT AT r J flatohettiaophersous P 1 jJ j i 1 ump TinningI and PlombtegJ iCGuttering v Zspecia1tyaj rand all kinds repair workt J- TOr t Our fliISGU ranttd1ittIf 1sbn ot aatisfacthrytcosfsYounothL t j- jS I i H MachersoPJiit TA I TM Thomas CrowllEjIoerI w IIWITH CHANGEABLE SPEED ore exc1siyefMrss thMaqJII 1markettFhesegewfe rire uot Mlw jr ialUnC JMM t It has the Ball and liMir JiMi I1reallYmeritoriQUs Foot Lift wid lUWnf brNr a changed from a foot loa siew sdbausIt has heavy drive Krbeeh itoong W ti Ai IIonds draft is guaranteed Coraeiiandsiti the Thorn andl Wje Hid Dump Rakes and ReIIabll sijf1 IISee Dump Rak A C Kimball Aj t Lewis 4 V it t 1 L i LOW JiIP IOM MMTO The Wist Southwest and Northwest wVt+ 2 mMJAm y M LasTU1tSAILYl I STL0U i qIiiiiSTt LOUIS wr NAML TIo4its d P 1iRd TN TussdSpa M ob- Mrnh5Iatpwestsd LOPA- LXXPA r 7 a t aftetpPfl bugs If you h4 gradtf atMua kl eopher I tkbok TcoW- v too it but dentistry Paul dDUatryt 17 Wrw wo 4 you iPt die kftK few ifpMii tMta Ila I21j I Mtk Wt W i5 11T jr4 tIaoi ty1 liii ow tiaatu sjs Terrf w s Ia aoettr fcKWty dowt Jrfatt to ite Mtrieis eaoas IM aloa kmow fcew JI tM J XlM aiost UM youa Mam would 11mtbsr IM i4 beMleLn Ite to bay fUrIabd pIoa Iii UU JbVttOtbSO7oftbbecket r4Id linc 08t ThreeIf I t t t f wattf i agitates SWi k ftriOac rod MM d a Mile or INS finra tat oa his way back to s ftII toHCo Right la bbt IfcMMNl am auto eoatlac uHIbI ifi aad then a wo jU IM wheeled about the i tan across the roa4 and into a feMk TW teftUst ran beck to find J crc with Hr jew tied up He sheIt ryg MM wfcittsr afci WM an t uterough 1 opbt UBA He WM a younr aaa a JVM VM too much intoz t i tiejfem tieU4 taea the tkhIiaatbaekedtha TMtMk 4IL rAiaa rightt la talaklng you were I1MprIT Top anw aacwMred a girls voice f J Tliea J w n ee 70i1tely there I xToii easer fc jaot exactly well 1 WIStItbstotbedejotM Jfos4r i want to go to a dentistI OC Cia of tMtaMheV J 1St hI4v TTeka4 It two II 4 t18 and tpt ky Jaw hail swat It 1II H tber WM coming with me I IHI 1IOIH eepay came at the last as c 4The dt tried to get a better task tbgrl H him He liked 1JMfJ1i4 the kllQl the s Ja bMMiM oat Hew ajI t fft jl Med with tile Jaunty hat sad thbwahaIru1401ltmM ut Rebertsr M a d M tbey proceeded at a slow 1 P4 DulledIr t I r ofoaeetopeatiet J f row7 Xes smyage M a meatax I Ihaysa1mebeaad deejay bhie eyee and that sdtfceUev be would Hurt any i bod MT tt tbr lam hM dreamy wIi ri aatt yoa xsouldat get 1 I i tolrtir a TOJi I forgot to say thr f I M JCiM LotUs MortoiL We liT Mkf tkere ia the house on the milL XI Letti Macwa wu so taken IF bar tootbene that she theijtCaMh1ag of hi nalocklng the i I e44iig tlie1In1 it wip4lr wbea e had climbed In r1ssIek and be JIM removed the satlt p MN tte new dentist where IIs f1nijt i E i TerygenUe1 Its so fwiny It WM an ukerated tootLl TheWM a WWW Jer Ufa air to strike ltra an a teys Tm Jaw WM gently betheL for A time and when the toaeb WM exantiaed tbe patient WM tsM that aotbing cqul be donef tMM ajawltke bad reducH the iwel i Mar MM ntuet cone again la three 1 1 v 4ay As the dentiit had po pretsihgl a MM lie would act a chauf 2 4Jr to get ber home iITWfthr ate awn bands be replaced the band and te time aciee fHefced be realized that his words t to his nMtber nilgbt come true It WM queer about that tooth Jt 0 wae J wb a big tieyiand you tS awMi lawjptqji hWkorynutln the r ibtitiLotUs hal to return MIIB Lack tint the 1 i Mi Hifr tftmtlat more gentle and rKJNrtMtfcfA8 she reteted4t at home MM ileg Ie 4yaIkrha he ever IIJMt her MWB Iid JIM the den frt ia tke habit of caUlng at the ait tM hIllt Hi If the tooth t tkewckWe4l mother trJiItt Mfjrt alay trfead who lat and one day PJ van entered hig f2 wkktrB jKMMce and saw that she o1icrMr mhw I froak ttiter lilila I fouad AJ T = It That Hr1bY Xs w yi iM Mt 4Mtt urEisad you dora there teaief t rIIwtaM Mrl 1 youriJfe Demand U Changed toflGlvMaDollart Plea Before the Bandit Take to His Heels 1ca0Pluck1an 11brav iof a i9yearold Torth side girt who IB defense of herself ad her mother reduced a holdup maii from a mon yoryourllfe demand toe miserable Vellglvemeadollaranywayf pleaj was the topic of discussion in the luburbr x Miss Edith OBeirne daughter of Mrs Ida OBeirne a willoW Uvlnp at 4707 Beacon street Is the heroine who called the bluff of the holdup mAn who was unarmed In true Amer ican fashion Before she was through with him he had made up his mind that robbing is not his best line of endeavor The holdup had followed JJIss OBeirne and her moUier for several blocks and when he tried to overtake thfem they ran into the middle of Bea con street between Leland and Lawrence avenues Give me your money ladles said the robber in a voice he tried to make big with determination or I shall shoot you Im a desperate man But Miss OBeirne did not frighten worth a cent She dreW herself upo her full height of something over five ieefe and said ilOW shill do nothing of the sork dont you dare to harm m mother I dont believe youre a rob ber anywayIThen I shall shoot you replied the man as he began to search in his hip pocket S But Miss OBeirne did not weaken and the situation began to flatten out from therobbers point of view 41 donTt believe you evenjhare a revolver said Miss OB elm e sharply Well Ill settle for a Collar came tWe Shall Do Nothing of the Sort the unexpected reply You can give me that cant you There comes a man cried Miss OBeirne and the robbery all his nerve gone took to his heels Miss OBeirne is a stenographer employed by the National Biscuit company In its Evanston offices GIRLS THROAT MOLES HOME If WomanMysterious Young Is Solved by Removal of t Anlmar eI purIcellmole In her body for several For weeks Miss jPiircell has monthsI l palnln her chest The pafn ally worked up In her throat seemed likely to die although SheI doctor was unble to diagnose case R became apparent that the cause of the trouble ws a mole whicti swaIr IjsmwlanwblchkeptaUve size LlfeIA person who would stand before you and advise you to get the most ou j ot youth that it is the happiest son of your lIfeis not telling you seaJ truth You grow happier as ybo t older As I stand before you you1ti L1notj Im much happier now I really believe that by the time Im 80 Ill be Ihcvinfcthe time of my ilfeErof William Lyon Phelps of Yale i Js 1 7n1 s Nee ecl wouldiZhavebeWiri have toes oa frOM the Hay aes t rri art eed4to 1J1ii Ishadtd end OthCVUe To ree t oLseMeek Md soqse dsiiys troabl tbeit is VAt6C1r r lry S YSWIO eespouad eirsotad from aetive ecf1 ovrorty sses with greet sst4sedoa to t1IHn For t UrCkitFaia I14thioeeAkfter etinl t 4 IMd 14 B tM4aroio Dsrrbee tQ iMr latesdeel j xIuils 1j us tiprove satsetcieartedy a Jfa I f qtW Me f 1 4rd aaeepaj aseti wVtkvtt er tWiesaIco r nsowpe OGIIJJJ the ieesIer gy ttI Wrr r Mviorste Isad b dysadi a ke aNa4r t t nYoanoiorigerncedwearyour t FfYlvf1 weakingheat Iwrken You cjan cook in comfort- ere is a stove that ies W OtlUde beat AU its healto rcpncentrated at the burners An intentie bli e flame hotter than ither white or red is thrown upwards t ut not around Atttb rtis utilised in cooking none in outside heating ntwLOil Cook stove andimmediatelyi projectedthereii r StandardIseerperated REALLY NO PROBLEM TALL M Council Learned of Methods of Former Employee and Probably Did Some Thinking The contract fork ePlng the church and town hall clocks in order wiujr given to a new man Unfortunately from the start he experienced a dim culty in getting the clocks to strike at the same time At last the district council requested an interview with the watchmaker You are not so successful with the locks as your predecessor he was toldr It is very misleading to have one clock striking three or four lain utes after the other Before you took them in hand we could hardly tell the two were striking Surely you are as workman has his own meth oqs gentlemen replied the watch maker and mine aint the same a- sHa were Im decidedly bf opinion that iIt would be for the general good If they wire remarked one of the council lors Very Well sir In future they shall behsame the r pry I happened to write to him last week about the trouble I had the clocks arid but perhaps he added as he produced a letter and handed it to the c alrma lyoud 1ke to see what hQ said Dear slr ran the lletter About knowwhthe council consists of youll do the same as I did fbr l5 years forget to wind up the striker of the town han clock and the silly owls wont be able to tell that both clocks aint strlk together ngJ SPLENDID SPORT FOR WINTER Sk elng One of the Most Delightful and Invigorating of ColcJ Weather Amusements The ske lng clubs form one of the most picturesque sights to be Seen In the Alps In winter With their brightcolored blanket suits tassejed caps or tamoshanters and huge white mitts they go thrqugh thesnipw covered woodlands across the white mountain slopes usually in single file perhaps tfp sliding along after the leader In true Norwegian fashion In deed It Is a variety fof the old game of follow your leader for what he does the others are expected to do So if he cornea to a ledge and jumps airall are supposed to leap But jumping with thee slIs not so eas- ylas Iit looks and the end is often unlelsIwitkout aQd9ver you go With the skee one can go oer har snow at a very rapid rate but When he strikeS a patch of newly fallen snow it Is l case of theI to be sure for any minute the may sInk away with him But It Is j healthful as well as Invigorating andjlI the women have found that they need not look awkward even in this form of outdoor dress with a ribbon here and a tassel there and some even adornine their skees rt Nicholas A Form of Selfishnesss JlecuJarlyAmerlcant traveled much Is that shown by young married couples who wont as surae the responsibility a hidme ol their own In every other country a home of ones own is a part of matrl mony but In America the number of young c uples living in apartment or wandering from spot to Is Increasing constantly I be the tendency grows out of the honeymoon Journeys most newly consider ar2aary sequel of theceremony They gel the rfoihadic abltJand grow more and more avers to assuming tip burden of housekeeping So they live on In apartment hoteli envious of their friends who are settled In comfqrtablo homes but too selfish to go and do likewise The pity of it Is when chill dren come The nomadic life Is bad for children American Voices Something fierce You dont notice it so muchwhen you have been living here right along said a man who returned lately to America from the Orient but to a person who has spent the last two years in sleepy Hindu villages Ameri can voices particularly the voices of American eryboyMen gabble or mutter or bellow dID otfvords and talk through their noses all of which Is bSd enough but women tear your nerves to pieces by shriek Ing as If each were trying to outshrlek the other My wife has dragged me to some receptions and things and I wonder more and more why voicest grandmothershadsweetr1oV s morn TT rI Why Because The New Perfection Oil CookStove iis scientifically mud practically perfect You cannot use too much wickit is automatically controlled You getthe maximum heat no smoke The burner is simple One wipe witha cloth cleans Itconsequently there is no smell The New Perfection Oil CookStove is wonderful for yearround use but especially in summer Its heat oper ates upward to pin pot or kettle but- not beyond or around It is useless for heating a room It has a Cabinet Tap with shelf for keeping plates and food hot It has long turquoiseblue enamel chimneys The nickel finish with the mjikestheMade with It 2 and 3 burners the 2 and 3burner stoves can be had with or without Cabinet iiteforOil Company 11hotels fueve ROUGH ON WOMEN TRAVELERS Country Visitor to City Saw at Once Disadvantages of Subway Entrances f A genial Joshua vno runs a chicken plantation and cornstalk refinery dow- nirJhoBalcm county section of Jersey ckme to this city the other day to buy a pair of winter boots and a box of nxle grease says the Philadelphia Telegraph After rambling around ln the ferry zone for a willIe lJe bravely alit loose and started up Market street He had not proceeded far when he saw an employe or the Philadelphia Electric Company lift theU4Of a manhole and crawl down into the conduit chamber Evidently the sight filled Joshua with much thought for he gazed earnestly toward th man hole for a minute or two anSI then went over to a cop who was holding fast to a sunny spot oiflne cortier Excuse me constablejjald Joshua addressing the police person1but haint they got a railroad down In the ground under this street They certainly have indulgently rubwayrub street but I hah t never seen It Howsomever I jes seen a fdller crawlln down ter ketch a train an sez T to meself them holes may be all lright for ther men passengers but they must me mighty derned oncon venlent fer the women folks KNOWN AS NATURES FILTER Water Lotus Has Power to1 Purify Standing WaterNever Falls to Do Its Work 1T- h reis a plant growing In the southern waters of the United States which possesses the singular property of being able to render the niost pure standing water perfectly healthy The people of Loi6tana and Missis sippi call it the water lotus It consists of leaves about the size of the head ofa pin and roots so fine as to escape notice save under a micros copic Inspection Where It grows at all It covers the water and to the casual obperver looks like a coating of green scum But wherever it does appear the wa ter beneath is always fit to drink So1 marked is this property that familiesI Iusing the water from bayous where the lotus is abundant are known to have better general health than those taking their drfnklng water from places where the lotus is not found It Is often transplanted into ponds l bayous and lakes spreads with won derful rapidity and never falls to dc its work well A Diamond Candle Many diamonds which have been exposed to sunshine give out light on Vhieiitplacedhightension current of electricity diamonds phosphoresce or shine with different colors Most South African diamonds under theaevclrcumstancc exhibit a bluish light while diamonds from other parts ot tlje World shine with such color as bright blue apr cot pale blue red yellowish green lectureIdelivered In London Prof Crooke stated that one beautiful green din mond In his collection when phosphor- escing In a good vacpum gave almost as much light as a candle The lightt was pale green almost white Afterthe Rats As a country Germany has fewer ThisIsgovernment In their destruction Ifn h6y appiles to the mayor of his town paidhalfIn large towns there are 100 boydat work all the time The copt of traps and baft makes each skin cost the government about a penny but as every rat destroys five dollars worth a avlng1Thetl srnotIt is expected that every household- will of Itat tll1dn AliveITheres the world at large tOw J village country sea What iis it all about A mans search for his God his struggle to fill his stomach and 1his desire for his mate It is only love that keeps the whole pathetic cordsbindIngIn a womans eyes he smiles of chtrI dren the actions men do from alice tion these things keep the w rlfl alive Hudngmatters but that The worst lifiinJioYes somebody The best ciitu t16 es everybody New York Press 5I = Gir1jAil Senators for Dys Inconi ASHINGTON the millionaires W of the senate have been pleading ly requested by a young country girl of Virginia to donate their aggregated Income for 24 hours In order that she may be enabled to acquire Such an education as will qualify her for the profession of teaching school Shej feels that this would not in the leastI impoverish them while It would enI rich her beyond hopfts desire The ambitious girl who has made this unusual appeal resides at Volney belfgfifteening to better her condition and provide some means by which she can become selfsuppqVilng Her com munication Is entirely frank and fearless and the writer is apparently con vinced that a favorable reply will come along at no distant date The little Virginia lass simply addressed her letter The Senate Messrs and then branches right out with her request merely prefacing it With the announcement that she understands the senate Is chiefly composed df millionaires who would never miss the trifling assistance she- requires4 And then comes the direct Congressman Spits Misseia Tnrflle 1EPRESteNTAlTVB BZfiKIEL SAM UEL O NDLERof 11sslsslpplls one of the most retiring and unobit truslve members of the lower house of the national legislature Representa five Candler is moro generally known as Tomblgbee Candler because oncg more than a year ago he begged thC house not to forget that majestiC Lstream the Tomblgbee river of Mis slsslppl in its river and harbor appropriation bill 11rCandl r according to the congressional directory was for pipe years moderator of the Tishomingo Baptist association of Mississippi Therefore since his appearance In the halls of congress in 1901 Mr Cahdler has eschewed the theater That form of amusement was against the tenets of his faith Mr Candler however is an exponent of the undercanvas drama He likes the circus Recently the deathdefying soul Champ CJark was making speech which rUed Cannon so that the speaker retorted with more or less ferocity Clark gave his hearers a glimpse of his own boyhood When Iwas a lad hoeing corn in Kentucky il made up my mind to be a Iny rnhd to come to- this con gress he said 11l had never even seen a courthouse 1 hnj no idea what congress was like But I made good on both propositions 1 like the place If the salary were cut to 5OO a year I would still want to be1 here If It were cut to 3000 a year I would still want to here If It were cut to nothIng 1 would still want to be here provided I had a sufficient bank ac count And It is said that the bank account of the man who as a boy hoed Kentucky corn Is just about big enough to enable him to indulge in the luxury of sitting In an unsalarIed congress summer at nnd the Supreme of the United States was asked a few days ago to adjudicate a case involving 50 cans of eggs Nearly tho United States dis trict curt for the southern district of Illinois decided that the eggs were not just the thing for human consumption and directed marshal totally to destroy them The Supreme court was asked to pass on jurisdictional questions but the eggs themselves were not brought Into court as the marshal may have performed his duty These eggs came Into existence probably some UmfJIn the early part of 1908long enough ago to have per Indian Superstition Dying to order js one of the most sacred customs of the American In dian Thirty years ago Standing Elk came to Maj James McLaughlin the author My Friend the Indian toIyouTheGIlmentshe heard the ghosts calling go Somebody had told her it turned oat that she was sick so she bad painted for death and all her relatives had gathered about incidentallytowas dead There was no use In the major arguing about it so hO had the coffin made In many cases those painted for death are actually bul lied into dying but Mrs Standing Elk was still too vigorous Finally In despair she carrigd the coffin Into the hOpse on her own Shoulders and sev er41l years later UICL saw It still standing on end in her house Shelves had been fitted into it and it was doing duty as a cupboard 1 a statement that thelr income for 24 hours would never be needed but would be aniply sufficient for the ad ditional education necessary to make her a teacher j r The hope was exprssedthat early attention will be given her letter and that there wjlll be no obJectlont com plying with her wishes But alas for the lltUe daughter 01 the ole commonwealth No million alre senator will ever see her neatly written arranged and utterl frank letter It was opened by a busy anrf unsentimental Secretary tossed into the flies of the sen ate Itnd only dust and darkness nnd will ever know its contents Every once in awhile members of congress get mighty funny letters Representative driest of Peflhsylvanla got one the other day which is unique In epistolary correspondence His con stltu ncy has fOr one branch of It a lot of Mennonites and they are practically against all demonstration of af fection One sentence in the letter read For Gods sake fight this everlasting kissing Put a stop to the dirty filthy sloppy habit and the writer goe on to state that he thinks the habit of promiscuous kissing prevalent among both men and women should have ant endputtoIt Representative Griest declares that the kissers ned not fear him stirring hairraising demon of the air Desperado appeared with a circus in Washington j I must see that fellow said Mr Candler I want to have my soul stirred and my hair raised I must behold that de dof daring I Will go if It costs me my Job In the next meeting the Tishomingo Baptist as sociatlonSMr Candler went to the circus He went to see Desperado do hit high dive and for no other purpose but un fortunately he happened to have sortie tobacco with him rtl am paying my money ta see the high dive and nothing else announced the Tomblgbee hero After the show Representative Hughes of New Jersey met Mr Gau dier in the lobby How did you like the show he asked t What did you think of Des peradp Desperado Is all right said Tom blgbee He is the best that ever happened I went therq only to see him I saw him climb to the top of the tent and then tturned around to spIt and I heard a che r and somebody near me said Gracious heavens he done It Then II came away Champ Clarks Boyhood Dream Is True WHEN WITH fivmonthsag grammatically disappointment publications Senator and Mrs Theo dore Burton were among those in cited to a recent social function at the capitol In the course of duty a reporter asked Senator Burton solicitously re gardlng the costume that Mrs BurtonS was wearing at the function intending that its description should be added to the others in the general Hsti Senator Burton tfa fiftynine years lreerl What did Mrs Burton weaTnat pie Ainctlon asked the society reporter Nothing Ehwhat stuttered the reporter I guess you do not gather me sena tor I mean can you give me a description of the gown that Mrs Sena tor Burton wore at the reception Nothing again replied the senator frqm Ohio and then before the reporter could again gasp his surprise Mr Burton continued his remarks Because there is no Mrs Senator Burton and according to the present feelings of Mr Senator Button of Ohio there is not liable to be any Mrs Senator Burton Mr Senator Burton Is a bachelor According to one of tho Washington and intends to remain one Shelled Eggs Befdre Supreme Court its of 131mentwas major mitted their strutting around the barn yard by thlff tlmo with chicks of their own at their sides They made their way to the Jllpo lite Egg company of St Louis Mri There the shells were stripped from them 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