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awtdoats fullflrt against Ihe JRepaWk n I pey ThA oppoeition io John iiIIiCXMM1t not from any belief r ttot be woiUd fait of malcing a JrO Governor or that he woiUcl prora a loaer at the elec tKMi bet from a soiree traceable almoei directly in every case td am atlempfr on the part of Ex GOY Beckhau to create oppbti tion to hie candidacy 1orouJlt Beckhsm give a food reason one satisfac bevy kleithar the Democrats or e people for this opposition He out aofc give any reason that woald Mtjsfy a loyal Kentuckian bimtkif anable Chief Execatiye or ttetr wdnkl appeal to any Democrat seeking a nominee that ckl ptat Kentucky back in the toeraWc ranks Beckkam has no reason he basin imiatiog prod that keeps lim iia the fight against Johnson and that is aU This prod is merely the boyish envy that frown from the fast that he and tohnsoo were both Nelsod countVi boys arid he dislikes to seexthis other Neleon county boy ride the political waves so success fally Beckbam forgets that he bimWf baerbeeu homered by kis CQvnt and by his State having pal from Representative to FmtfdStati Senator tbe latter ottce havtag been wonbuttaken frMihia bY the Oo rierJo rnal gasg sot by Jdhnsoi or Juhn SOHS friends Beckham wasout raged in that Senatorial coajiet aai be deserved and received sympathy but Beckham alnQ right to transform that sfinpathj j for his own mistreatment into prejudice against some one else whf had jto part or pajpcel in his Senatorial defeat And that is exactly what Beckham is doing mviees be k misquoted or his acts misunderstoodJ Taisis a serious matter with KeBtBckians and DemocratsKen tuckiaris want an active able man for governor Democrats want a candidate at the head off the ticket who can pull the tck et through and they are nott willing to rmit these imPJr taut considerations to be side tracked by the childish whims of amyonemaa Herald has been for4 OBltCkbam for everything he ever reached up lifter Prcm the time that he made tfrat midJ nighti ride from Bartktown to the State capital a good thing until the CaurierJournal andI nofe BenJdbnson beat him out of the justly earned UnitedI Skate Senatcrship a bad thing The Herald has hoped andI prayed that Greppe Beckham would win his political fights We wire fcrhim because we be lieTed he was a good man and the day may come when we will1 befor him for Senator again and for the same good reason And oar LaRue county people have stood by Beckham to ia 1IIa have worked for him andI applauded hi actions We have all dpfle oir Share to help him i not only to gain political offices I bat we have helped him to gain what k known as political pres gein other words placed him Wbece be conld tit four reeds to geifeer aadmake tdemtiix ties iwikHit as Ow awl HtbHafolm- OWD seeds As we have in she past in SOUM wars but we were never for everything thai ckhwuf or nor oppottcf to everythingt that Beckba 10 oppoetjd to We are forJoras1iI now Jof Governor and we net no jISOj 1rdsovei tbe State bouW r oij k a we are going to dp ignorei BeckbamcpiM attemt to defeatj6hnon for the nomina I tion and demand that he step aeide with hw dolll rags nntil a man iexnominated for Gpveradr who CAput Kentucky back into the Democratic ranksr LaRue Coatyflera1d Thor I s Of Boyhoed How delicicus were the dies of boyf offoed chakged pies ityl you Youve lost thee strong healthy stomach the vigorods liver tae activekIneys the re tlarbowles of boyheed Your digestida is poor and you blam the food Whats b1itLiver Kidaeyi BeWelsTry theaii They restore your boyhood appetite and apprecia 7tlcm of food and fairly saturate your body with new health gtreagth and vigor DOc at Haydaii Robertson Lightning Strike Aeroplane P riaTuI120Whlle he was making acrosscountry Hight to j day Aviator Ehrmanns plane wtstruck by eroI and fell Jblizing to the The aviatOr escaped uninjured Which iis regarded almost mira culous There has never been a more startling aerial exhibition than that which Ehrmann nnwjllinfirly afforded and those who witness lIt could hardly believe their eyes when the airman emerged tithejj j He was sailing along at aj moderate height when begot in tantIIyin flames its canvass wings shriveled up and clinging to the skeleton of his craft Ehrmann came ddwn with rtthub Summer Colds Are harder to relieve than winter ones but they yield jjust as readily to treatment with Dr Bells PineTar Honey Sold everywhere Look for the bell on the bot- 1ecetheBoni Women Stenographers- Washington J uy 20 Wdmen stenographers apparently reno longer wanted in the govern ment ervice This announce ment was made solay at the Civil Service Commission in an effort to put a stop to a steadily increasing odof letters from women throughout the couLtry who seek information about an examination for stenographers to be held next Tuesday ioalljI the State and Territories Tbis examination is for the purpose of recruiting only men theIdemand for whom the Civil Service Commission has be J unable to meet Practically al the various departments of the government are seeking to re place women stenographers with men 6n the ground tharthe lat jter are more Amendable to disc plin3 I A Priihtful Wrcch of train automobile or buggy ma causS cuts bruises abrasion sprain far wounds that demand Bucklens Arnica Szlye earths greatest heal ir er Quick relief and prompt cure results For burns boils sores of all kinds eczema chapped hands and luprefeSRobcitsoa How Author Wrote Alexander Pope who was the literary pontiff of his time though best when in bed When eyer a thought came tobim he would jot it down on a scrap of paper His servant often foundI bedclothes ud floor covered with white bits containing aphorisms which have now become hackney ed quotations Victor Hugo wrote Lea Miserable standing up an attitude which Hawthorne also assumedI when he wrote many of hiMro maices- a s One lleg thrown over the iraof i chair or sitting on the arm Qfhis ecretivy chair TVe Napoleon favorite poeitiefS while dictating krBonrriannefjf position which he varied now and then by patting that scribe on the head or pulling his ears Sir Walter Scott could while reclining on a lounge dictate to his amanuensis who frequently hid to stop writing s d funny the dictated passage seenied to 4 them Balzac in a monk robe Ire quently wrote frOm midnight till Boon takinir dranghte ot Strong coffee when drowsiness attackedhiin aid thus short n lug his life by many years nd doubt William Morris made one of his famous translations from the Greek while riding dri the steam cars Waft Whitman and Horace jTranbel original in all things were most original in the posi jtion they took while thinking They were wont so Mr Traubet says to climb upon a pile of- lumberand lie down upon their backs Ini that way each found outwhat the others best thoughts wereEx Why Salves rail Jt Cue fczewi Scientists are new agreed that the eczema terms are lodged not in the outer skin or epidermis but in the inner skin Hence a penetrating liquid i required not an outward salve that clogs the pores We recommend to all eczema patients the standard prescription Oil of Wintergreen ds compounded ia liquid form known as D D D res DIIDpreivstantly relievf the itch We have sbld ansi recommended this remedy for years and know of onlerfdl cure froar its use We recommend It to our patrons tHaydon k Robertson Narrow Escape of Yunr Girl Front Drowning i MiH Graham a young grrl daughter of the late Jimmie Graham of Woodlawn made a nar row escape from drowning in the creek or branch of the Beech Fork at Maud on Saturday last In a buggy on her way to the Mill Miss Graham had crossed the branch and on reaching the river finding the ford impassable she returned drove again in to ibSbranch when the back waters rushed down in such force and volume as tosweepthe t gyIwhich was overturned and car ried down stream a complete wreck The harness fortunately gave way and the horse freed from the buggy swam tdshcre without sustaining iinjury Miss rootsJdifficulty to reach the bank in safety Bardstown Standard School Tax Notice School taxes for the year 1910 now due All persons are here bynotified to call on the treasurer rand paysame G C Wharton Treasurerft i Native of Marion County Judge E W Knott of Kirk wood Mo who was born in this county and fdr many years made his here died Saturday at the home of his daughter in Galveston Texas where he had been spending several weeks foe the benefit of his luitlth He was 78 years of age and for many fyears prior to his death was one of the honored citizens of Kirk wood The interment took place at Kirkwocd Tuesday morning Judge Knott as the only sur viving brother of Guy J Proctor Knott of this city another brother MffSam Knoti having Jied at Meiupffis Mo two weeks agq at the age of 84 vears Leb anon Enterprise does ntCoktrttie I1ai AAYCRS HAIR VIGORSStop r IIInir t1il An feKnt Dresslnc- l Mitroy Parkiruff Mak Hair Grow Ci i Hiie Siiif1iMr erteQtilatofI UMChkW CapMc tteAkeMI- J WPM Aek ye Jetr Wlile ef MIdI a air psiperaties Avmrs tfIRVIGOR Does tset Mlher BCitDROWNS 1 ii Vgiile Bmthing in W tofLittk Bc ch Fork riwo- Liteey j 3p Allen Wright colored toy abpught 17 years o drr was aehpiearLitsey There was a large athering of colored people at the chtrch at Bitlet for tbeir annual basket BMNiting About onehalf mile below yanAwdales mill Is a deep hole dt water ataT oint where in earlier days was located toImiftemill The bolel while short and narrow is some what deep At about eleven oclock about six pointforThey had been in the water some time and some bftheboysT who were shimmers sWam across the deep portion of the pool Wright who was a novice in the art attempted to follow and with difficulty succeeded in crossing Attempting to again perform the same featrhis companions tried tto dissuade him from the attempt but with the remark that he would again crqs even if he drowned the boy plunge in and was sopn in water beyond bis depth and immediately be gan to Weaken Realizing bis peril he began to call for help but It seemed his companions were two frightened to render him any brushIwas pushed toward him but be was unable grasp it and sank beneath the surface The boys ran and cLUed suJe plder person and James Best succeeded in finding the tfody and bringing it ashore Dr Hopper was call ed buts it wasQme tithe be efforts1atresuscitation Coroner W IT Crume arrived during the afternoon and held an inquest The jury returned a verdict finding that Wright came to his deathly accidental drowning Wright was a son of George Wriib a respected colored man vrho Jives near Fenwiefc and ws a trustworthy colored boy Nepoleons Grit was of the unconquerable nevcrsayr die kind the kind that YOU need most when you have a bad cold cough or lung disease Suppose troches cough syrups codliver oil or doctors have all failed dont lose heart or hope Take Dr Kings New Dis coyery Satisfaction is guarenteed when used for any throat or lung trouble It has saved thousands of hopeless sufferers It masters stubborn colds obstinate coughs hemor rhages la grippe croup asthma hay feer sad whooping qough and is the most safe and certain remedy for all bronchial affections SOc lik Trial bottle free at Haydon Robertson LEBANON LOCALS ii From The Falcon Mr J k Thompson1 has sold his farm Of 160 acres three fourths of a mile north of New Market to his two sons Messrs George aud Thomas Thompson Possession is given this week On Monday there was born to the wife of Mr Nathan Buzby Jr of Philadelphia a daughters Elizabeth Mcelroy Buzby Prior to her marriage Mrs Buzby wu Miss Rebecca McElroy of this city Edie Keougb Chick Weathers Marshall Brown and Will Cave escaped from the city work yard Tuesday morning The back gates were open while rock s being hauled in and when Sta tion hduse keeper Wilsons back wu turned they made their get away They were each working out a fine 6f 20 For some mdDthsMr U O Myers of Hitcbellsbur who fOrmerly liveiiTkt Gravel Switch has suffered from cancer of the of the bone WedneidftT after nock Dr R C McChprd ref moved his left leg hoping to stop tbe pread of tbe disease Mr Mjera stood the operation1 well and the prospects 5iM ioQd for his recovery I Mr Charles Riley died at Ms tome on the St RModti miles frdm Lebanda Moeiky ajfle a few iayV illness df tyt boiiV level The jMneral ervi were con ucW by RetE r J 4 Mrof this city and inter ment was at Haysville De ceased was an industrious and successful farmer He is surviv ed by his wife aridjone child The community was ibdcked at the death pf Fred C Crews which occurred at the home of blifatbjr on High street Tues day evening shortly after six oclock of heart failure iff Crews bad been down toW all day apparently jn perfect health He arrived at home about five thirty and laid down on the par rfloor to reLIn about pnehalf hpurhVwi dead De ceased was 2ft yelrsotaie arid rjYOUKrj There is more Catarrh in this sec tion of country than all other diseaes Put together and nntil the last few5 years was supposed to be incurable For a great many ears doct rs pro predlbstantly faillnprMo cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Tofedo Ohio is the only constitutional cure on the market It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspooniul Itdcfs directly on the bleed and mu cous surface of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case it falls to cure Send for circulars anp testinoniala Address If JCheney Co Toledo Ohio Sold by Druggists 15c v Taks Halls Family Pills for constipation The August TaylorTrotwood tThe August number of the Tar lorTrotwood Magazine is a live one fully up to date in the magazine standard andespeclal ly devoted to Southern Educa tion making one of the mast at tbiswel1known In addition to its great education al features exploiting asit does the bestlmown schools of the South all its other depariment are up to the standard oC that excellent magazine and most interesting in detail The follow jug are some of the principal featuresI Above the FiftyEighth Parallel It by EthelCody Stdtfdard a timely and most interesting story about Alaska CIA Turn m Fate by Mary Lucile LeSeur a beautiful love story Will T Hale the wellknown Southern journalist and poet furnishes an essay dh Contemporary Poets and Poetry Some of its clever fiction is as follows That Billy Goat U by Wm Sidney Bond The Brok i Pinion by Dorca Foghjll SOld N Pt by Cally Rylaud The magazine 9xcels rrlthis featureLmong by well knOwn Southern edQca te rsII Popular Education in ttfe Southby Walter B Summer Culture and Education by Katherine Hayden Work of Association of Colleges and re- paratory Schools in the South bytprof St George L Sidusat Professor of History and Dean pf the Cdilege m the University Of the SoQth The Southern Preparatory School bvEverett B Tucker of the PeoplesTuc ker School df pringCeld Tenn Judge Walter Malone of Mem phis has a beautiful poem and the lato Rev J O Rust an ex- quisIte poem This magazine is becoming a standard fOr Southern develop Dent and the articles this month are unusually good viz A Voice from the Mdaning Pine by Chas Wittig a timely article dn Forestry Preservation Development m the South welt by T G Peeler Good Roads and Their Relations to the Fart by Hon d W Milling The Evolution of Women in Literature by Kttilee Ofilvie There is a splendid historical articleoi Col David Crockett by J D Affleck as4 the uual de nartmentit edItorially and oilier come with their monthly bftfffei ness and clevernee Taken jjytdfether the Angaet Taylor Trerdo including thincrses dnearoLjts catchy adver U eeaeatf is abon l M et1iM ttthis popular Sostbern nrttg zkhaseverputoit ci II Attack W llear HunoMmegta- rrodsburg I H Ryt July 2S Vfhile digging1 potatoe iin fcec gardea in thef weelern cii o- ftIs county Mrs Albert Tylor wa attacked bv asttaqwbname ont of the busbes with a revolver He ordered her to gbe him something ttp eat and start to swet r at her He husban who wa iin tbe adjoining field heard the dwtur banc and prlocaritig sbokcunj fired threbrM M tMMnf who ran Mr Tayldr bpwyri- s certain he wai wonnded TlQrcjhliOtown night aeMrii Taylor waijf Ion much unstrung to rentaia fn tbs country A poses 1fe nt ont tbin morning in search of the aaeSil ant Recently strange tpan carry ing hisarm in a sling has been seen wondering around iptif1i western end of the county Vnd several nightsagb he ajjpeareSl at the hdmedf Fred DickinCNi armed with a pistol He de manded some food and got it leaylng in a hurry after eating Seeral other person yJI ffl the man but no effort has bf n made to arrest him l 1VJwbdl JI eYtryweeL1Iotttet All iEon is D rII J AUerton209i the world 1cMi ons trotting stallios disdo July 5th ttbe home of his o wner H TjJ HrIaiolaIowa This iis one of the two trotting stallions bred by C W Williams who bad a ffeeory about breeding trotter that in his case proved itself HigMke in short was to combine MawM noPatctien with George jrjlfce blood His limited Man alleg edbgt two mare which were 1 nOt thoigfat to be de4rabea d were sold to hlalos W0 He sent one GuMieI Wilkeev to JsWBird because fees werf tow anel tne result was thegrt fML isa national Allerten who commenced to win at two years old Froen the beginning hjs greatquality 1 wai end UraD1 They could sot wef r him out As a three year told he ptov ltobea great cia paigner winning orer age tiore His career as a bar year old was brilliant awl be quit it with a aaark of 218 At live be lowered his record to 209i In 1891 he defeaton the trotting cbanpion Nelsea iii 214i 215 216 Allecton baa over 200 stasdard performer to his credit and his ions aad daughters breed on Farmers Home Jourasi A Cough A Colt And then no telHag1 whatgalti8 you use Dr Bells PineTarBogey- It is the cst ask your neighbor Look for the bell oa the bottle w Fre4orAMFigIitS- hake Rajkic 4 the negro section ndctbea 4 the mill pbads beyond Fereat street and is ltU1e tonglieet place in Marion county Law Saturday night Fred Brows rapped Marshal Medley on MiS head with a brick pad MrahII t took a cotiple of shat fliyeft with a pitol Becaee Uo4b shots went wild and beoanw Marabal wahi pal JoPWllij alto of color not ILtM Brow negro Ia POlICe court TH iay Pkillip was kM tb stt tW C1ol tk irandl jai aHt Brown fined 25 and edrt 1 Marion Falcon IICHM jfl Nft Is It worth 2 cMet4nye U0sf taat awful aife Mrltek jNel you will ujud seMi es yosir 4r yietjk jreMM i iito ttc l haIa seethe flHii terribly kcUac eruptiosf BtarruceJlletwUIl th D D- Laboratories ICkcao areaut- o keapcla1rsa ms I battle of thelr r 1wIierres corn pound taowi esIAPVCdP s tlim Call pr S or tHaysek RoeulS WWhitd kIo that Mi lk4 d AT OilCW Th D Ps3- aI It rp 4 I 1 t Li i1tMli1jU SUfJ RWtIQN 0 AII3ARiJ n r it COUNTY IIIIIiitc cis4iIsWwIstd Ur+ Of 4 W ATssdis IIJ fIt Aupie3 f I JamtY AuQq J 5Opsiim itEX v r j c Jr tJ toIj to WiI lt i 1I oi T 1 ArtT t I IfNuLis 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Nkurod Hendrens t ort 1 1 WillUtrarg on last Satur 4stheoas of Mark Shewmaker 4vsGeorgel Hyler De tLwatri out The JiaidUfw r eneli by Hon w tl McCbcrd and the Defend Ai by MwthmirDuticwi The otM WUnacbon on a balance ot 190 due OD a note executed byI flint for a horse r The de JsdaDt aUvge1 that tne horse j bad been warraated to him atJt raid ad all right when in fact It WM tfiouad Atii aMpvitof tMtimony was intrb yIIa1Kl the jury Returned Itt t T Vdtet lor the Defendant Maces Hold Service F y The WUliabnric Tent of the J1t Irnilhta ofthe Maccabeesoftbe 4ior held memorial services at WI it 3At Zion Sunday afternoon j 34EaoriaIaddr eiB were deliver J edTaf Rev Jeaae Grubb5 and HeM WF GrIgsby wpf Runonofthe Vx 1 Clements Family I r The family of Mr Jrank Clem 1m t ente ono of tke oldest and best 1t i known of the county word united b r at the old homestead on VIednes f fdytbe 20th mat There were t fiftynine pretent including Mr tk anaMrl Crements children cgrand bildren and great grand tf ijCbiilrtni and a happier day has ver bee enjoyed by any oneJ Htafc wULtbat The children were Mr Geo Clements an cih diner Mfi Annie Pickleyj f Mrk May Si Johnson of Ohica i go 111 Mr John Clementsand iittle neice Geraldine Cement f4M Omaba1ebraska Sr MarI J Dominic Qlemente and Sr Rose I Gertrude Wheatley of St Josf epbs Louisville Mrs Mattie SansbJarr Louisville Udelira George Edelen and famijy Miand Mrs Ed bsbburrie end 4 family1 Mr and Mrs oLe rtand family and Benedict Clem 1 h t f JenUJo f SprmgJeld i Next lo the happiness of beings 1 united alter twenty years separa Ivtou the jnoei eojjyablej feattfre was the bountiful and sumptuous 1 I dinnerprepared by the Kentucky L children and seryed by the grand r tl claighters At about four o tock the happy father and all present 5C aaeembled on the lawn to have t their pictures taken After a day J i all too short tHey repaired to r their homes but Mr Clements and children were reunited the next morning aVtold St Rose J f wberathe 1 attended Mass for the deceased members who lie buried jnthe cemetery there viz Mrs jOPrankOlements the mother and Mri Ed Wheailey aiistflr They i then had breakfast at the old il home after which they parted iF Ahot friends join them in g 2thir prayer that they may have r a T auch iennions X ct iIJPJ reqeIs pr f We can press your oKksuit iMd mke it look as Qds new 7 tT VQI1lMdi MS a trial r at our r i biusoyer Currys r ti EDir nqe first door ift M soik + t ftefOIy U Prein C- ofih II cf Ch1reii dry I 4 VFLETCKIrSSTORIA M Litsq Mc L M Gregory entertain ed it six oclock dinner Tues lay enitg Those present were desN alp i Ellen Gregory Mrs NelL rman afid Rev JELS Hudson ICrYankey Henry Gegory and John Poun v Miss MabelPrice Bas returned to her home aftera visit to Miss La vania OConnor MssesKatbarineand Mar garet Scannell tit Louisville Kate Medley DelLa Orkies Catb erine and Delia Medley spen- tndaywith Misses 3mmalind uFa Palm Miss GraceShehan has return ed to her home after a visit gto frj kfMrs7an1SalesMiss Frances Thompson of Louisville is the guestofhei uncle Mr W A Thompsdnl a Mr Vanarsdale Noe visited hist grandparents Mr andMrsSrQ V SaturdayThe with a few recruits fromSpring teamt field canife down Saturday and crossed bats with the Litsey ars The game was so one sided that it was really pitiful to- ese the Valley Hill boys trying to bat the ball and nvertouching it andchasing the home runs of the Litsey Stars At the end of the fifth ipning the score stood12 to 1 in favor of the Litsey Stars and Valley Bill decided to quit and gfc homE and practice up Walker pitched good ball for the visitors but his support was bad Vandyke for the Litsey Stars pitchedasustia1 but one hit being tnkde oft hs delivery during the game onnex Saturday Sharpsvilie- Llwi be beret This should be an4i especially interesting game from e fact that two games have al rgady been playedwith this team Litsev Stars haying won one and lost oce and also as this isi ableIBo defeat the Litsey Stars this season Napoleons Grit was of the unconquerable neversay die kindr the kind that yOU need mos when you have a bad cold cough or lung disease Suppose troches cough syrups cod itvex olor doctors have all failed dont lose heart or hope Take Dr Kings New Dis coyery Satisfaction is fiuarenteed hen used for any throat or lungr trouble li has saved thousands of hopeless sufferors It masters stub horn colds obstinate coughs hetporr bayfeverost safe and certajn remedy for all bronchial affectloris 50c 1Triaottlefree at Haydon RobertsQn Feiwik r Mr and Mrs Win Barker andI children spent Sunday with W Anderson and family Miss Mary Rose Janes who as been very sick is better Mr Sanford Logsffon of In dianapolis is visiting his parents at this place Mr Forrest Casick and Mi s Praxie Fields were the guest 9f IflmilySundaySeveral from here attendeflI ourt at Springfield Monday Mr and Mrs J E Harmon spept Sunday at Mackville Mr Elmer Anderaon has gone Tathatn Springs for a few weeks on account of his health Mr and Mrs James Anderson Sunday last with Mr andlt M andfamiJy1Mspent urday night with Miss Ethe Crumes Messrs J H andSam Mar s weretheguestsof Mr WT Barker atd family a fbw days Ilast3feek Mrs Hrook has returned horns after an extended visit to her- aughter rsGeorgeOiumes Little HQward Smith is very illl at this writing v Misses Praxis Fields Roxiej Cissell and Mr Fprrest Qusick were the pleas nrgl1ests of Miss Mary Rose if anes Monday Iitching tcx ma Washed Away Is it worth 2S cents to you to stpp that awful agonizing itch Surely you will spend 25 cents on your drug gists recommendation to cool and heal and soothe that terrible itching eruption By arrangement with the P D JD Laboratories of Chicago we are Mile t make a special offer of a 25c n bottle of their oil of wintergreen com t lptlonHaydon RobejttsQn We absolutely know that the itch is stopped AT ONCE byD D DPre cription and the cures all seem to be permanent Hardins Chapel i Mr Boy Fen wick of Livings loowbo was severely scalded on train by tne bursting ofan l engine is speuding this week with his parents at thisplaceacI- companiedbV his Wife and little Logsdob and broth er spent Wednesday and Thurs day with relatives near Mack ville Mr Prank Litsey and sister Jennie spent Sunday with Mrs JiM Brewer- S few of the young folks assembled at the home of Mr and Mrs Lee Hiatt Thursday nigh t to listen to the Fenwick bandf Mr Cyril VVathen of Lebanon spent Thursday with Mr Leon ard Fenwick Mr and Mrs Bud Coffee spent Sunday with Mrs J M Brewer rH S Litsey and Leonard Fenwick spent Saturday and Sun day in Harrodsburg Albert Lanhum spent Saturday night with Walter LcJgsd6n Mr and Mrs Stanley Penwick and daughter Wabeta spent Sun day with the family 9ffiVeFenwick Mrs John Bailpy visit d Mr Nellie Logsdonr Tuesday Miss Ada and Lela JFenvick and Miss Hattie Logsdo a spent Monday afternoon awith Mrs Lee Hiatt Miss Mattie Tobin spent sever al days last week with Mi s Will Buckman I Roy Logsdon and Warren Bg ley spentSunday at Bradfprds ville Mrs Nellie Logsdon and chil dren spent Sunday with the fam fly of Mr Marion Sweeney Mrs Bettie Canary arid Mag gle Hiatt spent Sunday with Mrs J M Brewer Mr and MrsJames Andersont spent Sunday with relatives at Pleasant Grove Mr Arihur Fauth has returnedI home after a visit to rrelatives at this place littledj i this Week with her brother Ir1 Ben Haydon of thispaceyMrs BettiefCanary and Bessie Coffee spent Thursday with Mrs George Anderson Mrs Rebecca Clark spent Friday with Mr Howard Masters and family Mfss Verna Rogers and San ord Logsdon were hero Sunday Mr H S Litsey and daughter Lizzie are spending this week with his daughter Mrs Ton Hundley of Marion counjiy F Two Fn One Dr Bells AntirPain is both an tnt nal and external remedy It is an antiseptic Remfedy and destroys dI sease jrerms Sold everywhere on a pofltiycguareutee 1Tobacco1 By virtue of a decree of the Nelson Circuit Court I will asMaster Commissioner of the Nelson Circuit Court on Monday Augustt88 1910 p at inttheiKy SP to the highestwhat is known as the Bsn1 Hayden lands bidder containing in the62 acres on the Beech Fork river1 about mIles aggregate of7 acres of saId land is in Wahington East W0odlaV1 Nelson county ounty and the bahnce in A large portion of this land is otherportionland in these tracts There is asptendld quantitY yi iue tobacco eight home place good bnni and otherimprovents rooznrsfdence the suited The lands atetoralJsing both tobacco or live st9 betterWashington orNeson countIes Oi lands in portion lylogin WaShington The home tract containing 526 ountYjIlbsoIdseparatIyacres be8okLiii threethen rts a whole the Commissioner parcels and most money accepting Jhe bid yielding the Said aDd Win be aold on a oredit oft 6 12 and 18 ths thepurser to give bond with approved security the rcSpu beangg te tfmdiYof sajfr at six percentFannum money 1 I- W TSPALDiNG i MaterCbmmiiioner Nelson Circuit Court tt Ii The Most Delicious BreadI J You Ever Ate t V It iis now possible to secureright ia this town thefamous Daily v JpreadJb aked by the Grocers Baking ompany of Louisville N K This bread fresh from the oven 9is rushed to us by the fast express every morning I It reaches our store almost as quickly as it reacheS thegrocers In Louisvilleright FDont fall totgive this bread a fair trialtomorrow Giveilt thStaste test Serve one loaf of this delicious bread with one loaf 6f any ordinary bread Then let the folks atyour table decide which is best The answer is always certain 7They choose Dolly BreadLl For everybody likes bread made with malt and baked in steam- This bread is not baked in the ordinary way fit is baked in steim ovenssuperheated to 490 degreesinstalled by thJ Grocers Baking Company at a cost of thousands of dollars t SI i Steam is forced into these ovens under enormous pressure the moisture is baked right into the loaf That is vhy Dolly Bread tastes so goodthat is why itIs so easily digestedi SCiLD BY McELROY SHADER Springfield Ky Noticeto Contractors t Work for 125 miles of tprrf pike in the county has not been contracted for Persons des r illSingcall upon the undersigned net soon as possible I will also the contract for the erection of an abutment on the Valley H pike For plalis and specnffc- Is a tibhs ste the undersigned Bi will be received between now and August lOth for the abut ment IaJ R Mayess feoad Supervisorl Tunnel Hill Ky Picnicl 30th annual will beheld Satur dav July 30 One half fare- S on LIN good rEtuning 81 S tOO on special train from Lou isville t tSI Kentucky Fat Dates The following are We dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Pairs forl910 as fax as reported Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any omissions correction of dales Lancaster July 273days- Versailles August 34 day Danville August 33 day s Berea August 43days- LexigtonAugust86da Tavtorsville August 94days1 HarrbdsburggAugustO 91Bdaysl Vanceburg August 104 days 4Lawrenceburdtiys Shepherdsville August17 3 days j dllsslSpngfieIJ Frankfort August 333 days Bardstowq August 314 days Hodgenvllle September 6 days Glasgow September 584 days Kentucky State Fair Lot eSepte mber l26 days I NOTICE JI I HSealedJnd iinclud ing the 20th DAY OF AUGUST 1910 Attorjneysrjl n Goodloes 32 feet Steel bridg6 Barilstown pike near Springfield 34 feet Steel bridge near St Rose 100 feet Stgeloridge Springfield and Pet Ily j yille pike near Neikirks 48 feet Steel bridge Pleasant Run 7l1 feet Steel bridge Long Run 30 feet Steel bridge Jenkinaville42 feet t Steel bridge Little Beech Springfi and MackvilleSfuke 120 feet V Steel bridge Glens Cr ekncar Battle pOfeet Steel bridge Springfield and Willia burg near Keenes 130 feet Steel bridge1MayesCreek near Bakers 66 feet St lbridge Long Lick near Henry Reeds 50 feet Steel bridge South Prong near Perkins 30 feet Steel bridge Glens Creek FOX Creek pike near McMillins 56 feet Steel brijBge Chaplin River near T tham1PO feet Steel bridge Sale ford near Grigsby 144feet Steel bridge Tick Greek near Hay dons 42 feet lexSteelThompson 39 feet N11soncountiesCounty to furnish paint at Spring field Ky AH steel work to be hamI11 mereand raped with steel as to remove airpst and scales and all work to be thoroughly cleaned before paint is applied All exposed parts of steel including joist and sills androds Underneath flooring and xlfhub guards df wood and all hull guards of wood and allsteell tubes and brae rods are to be painted ex cept the joists sills and brace rpds of the bridge across Little Beech near Keenes All to bQ one coat work jexr cept the bridge at Maud which is tqbe two coat work July 26th 1010 B L LIJTSEY Co Judge T S MAYES Co Attorney Commitfee I THE KINGS WATCH A Nupbleonlo GIft That Embarra Jerome Bonaparte Previous to his elevation to the s erelgnty Jerome Bonaparte bad formed a friendship with some young authors at that time In vogue for their wit and reckless gayety On the evening after his nomination to the crown of West Milo he met two of his iovla1 coni lponions just as he was leaving tbe heiJlyou kuow tbat lbac beep created king of Vc3tpbuIin Yes sire and permit is to be among the first Eb what You are ceremonious me thinks 1hat might pass were I sur trounded by my court but at present way with form and let us be off to upperSUpon this Jerome took his frfends to one of tire best restaurants In the Palals Ifoyal The three chatted and laughed and said and did a thousand of those foolish things which when un premeditated are so delightful It may lbe supposed that the conversation was not kept up without drinking Wh rr tthe wine they IU1 druiik began to tat e cSTect ily goo friends said Jerome why should we quit eacih other If you approve yf my proposal you shall nf company me You C shall be jny secretary As tar you P WhO are fond of books I appoint you my llbra vUin Tfip arrangement was accept ed and ratified oir a fresh bottle of champagne r At length the party began to think of leaving and accordingly called for the bUt Jerome produced his purse but the king of Vestphalla could only lrOnd 2 louls which formed but a smalll portion of 200 francs Jhe amount ojf the lulL Tile new dignitaries by club bins their wealth could only muster nbdit3 rouesIWhat was to be done At oclock In the morning where could resources Ue found They determined to send Sor the master of the house and ac luilnt him how matters stood He seemed to take the frolic In gciod part and merely requested to know their names Having told him the restau rateur set his customers down as shnrpers rind threatened to send for the commissary of police TbIs alarm ed Jerome who Rcelng that the res taifrateur doubjcd them handed loe- rJlds watch In jmyineut This whtch had been a present from Napoleon and on the buck was tthe emperors cipher In brilliants On exnininliig the watch the restau rateur concluded that It bed been stolen land took It to the commissary of police Thelattcr recognizing the Imperial clphur ran with it to the Prtfeet The prefect flew tothe r toISthe enyieror at SU CWud Next mom ing the Monituur contained an ordl nnnce In which Jeromji was ordered to- Wcstpl1nJl lnloncc and prohibited from conferring tiny Appointments till his arrival at his capltalT Pis Lon don Weekly 1 MINQ YOUR TEETH Tho Value of Keeping the Mouth and Gems Perfectly Clean A malt Ji known by the teeth h keeps The worst thing that can hat poll to our ljeelh Ms for them not to hare chough to do It isrthe wonSItthing that cnn happen to us also4 Splr Itiiullxed and cultured its ve have be cyme we sjHll fight the Itattle of life with our ttroth thougbiiwe no longer 1tchew our ItitiukH ears or throats Bow cored enamel contod and rock rihliiMl as jlie lulls our teeth are rlahiffhHIIv midfi our control than iTinostairy utlwr strucjure of tile body tlneeIdt iivet thtijp jiropcr attention and they will goou repaying tthemselves foi Itftirtj fifly sixty yirGive thihfmi ulfiityt of roughening nod to ehi w and they will get the pearly vuur ufjlle savage tooth vltls the undUraiMfc of the Caucasians Above all jtliq food should eof suqh a chnnlcter as to give exercise and massage jo the gums Part of this can be given by plenty of Coarse food in addition to real food=not as a substi- tHe for It1nd iwrt by intentional and tovtbbrushQbltlHhtl v iii of brushing the teeth llKeep lie inouth anu guml strictly clean and the teeth will takecare of tIbctnsolvus dhere are Ihlrtytiirce dis tinct named and lIabclej sorts of bacilli rir bugsin our months as normal parlor boarders but theyll behave with perfect propriety unless you give the iscnrriOii to get drunk onDr Wood Ilulehlnson In Survey i 11Different Stylo was sent to a bar ber Iiop to get his hair cut The barI ber vbp was assigned to the job had redhair fA Would like toyou t JUUlU- cuflike Ir thlneZjiIedl the barber rbFsirf answered Edward CiL- itItu5meother color please Chicago News 11 LtPoor Service 0 As the fire truck came clanging along tUo street car tracks Undo Ben etood uc fhe corner and waved his bat Ding lItt be exclaimed when the truclvhad PaSSel Thai Tvouidnt stopc t lthnrJQufralo EsprcssJJ1 fTnppIness Is n bird we purpne our iUo tliftir wUKfat catchlurr JtVJrcy 11iSii h4i j W OF1ATHAMGSi1 j f As Assignee of The Taiham Springs Compgny I will onv fr tt THURSDAYJ 4AlfalT 18a Jf1JOtL About the hour ofiDn DcJockprrn fi 1At tlie front doorof the botelofatham Springs Washington ounty Ky sell at publii auconall the potyby said company consisting of about seven acres ot landonwbjch is situated the celebrated TatlHHHSyniy tWstory Hotel Buildhg Stables PowerHouse Ice Houe BowlinAlley Servants Kousesandotberiecsa r iiF The Hotel containsabout thirty bed roomsall fr outbiMus IIii1anj dining room and kItchen arealI fully equipped withateeeasy firLwsuitable for the continuation of the business as a health arid pleasure resort hotel is situated on a Beautifully Shaded Island above rhigh water overlopking Chaplin Riverwhkk1os lThlS boating and bathing Th hotel is supplied with water from the spring by a firs C1water yIs x ptoperty wilt be sold as a whole and for the reason that the own61S cannot giv the bmjnaas the tiMjito maintain it as an attractive firstclass 1 beand to Thepropertyis on the Automobile line as established by the A toobileClubs of Kentucky tai r se 1 nroiectea line from Louisville to connect with the ytrolley systeth now maintainedin Central Kertucky by other from if t- f1conveyances uil puniUS the OUtLU The merits of the Celebrated Tatham Water is known 1 adrantakesofthisrMrs S E Wornall is now in charge of the hotel and wiil take pleasure in slowingthejiropeliyimay be interested in the sate awr BMMH sh The property will be sold fo oneoudh cash the Thewilijie fa thMcentumtttfcwrcontaining alien on tlf property MRilIC a I hat in default ot the payment of any note or lnstallmeut of interest atniaturity then all ofthe 1 toanyte aatjfaetrmSt dWE SEIECMAN Assignee ot t amSpnnJs Go 2V IVThis sale will in t tbHoteli t HELPEDSV HUMIDIfY Many Materials aiid Products Which Require Moist Air Thereare many mnterlalH operations and products whlcli require special atinpspherfc conditions for ndvijinta geoiis or profitable tnnliitenince irlu clpnl amoiig such operations Is the manufacture of tostlles perhaps tine largest single Industry carried on In factories in the favored climate of the Lancashire district of England the natural climate affords working con ditions equaled in America only on pc caslonal days lIicertain localities Even In Epgland bowever there are many day jn which the atmosphere Is ttop dry for the best work Since textile fibers ire increased In strength apd elasticity by high humid ity and moderately high temperature breakages are Jess frequent under proper conditions ami the output Is lni creased But even before the fiber reaches the ntuiiifacturlng plant aV mpspheric bumldfty ulnysau important part Cotton loses weight as it out but mdVe thun that iho fibersI bristle and appear shorter mid of lOwer grade than wheq sll litly moistened Lfeather feathers and maby other por ous substances lose n CQiisidenrbte pcr centage of weight In drying out so that tliu maintenance of average and unil form humidity lIB the storage rooms hnsn direct a Ivantnge fo the owner In maintaining thy value of his goods ns they lie in lie warehouse Cigars and tobacco lose tjftvor in dry air and regain It to twine extent after loss by storage lu proper liiituiaifiodrootus Wooden furniture Siiui musinil lustiuj nleiits1 are soinet tuxsi cracked or the iliilsh Injured by ttliv dry air of steam iwitrtl rooms Allt these awl other iimilar goods sire advantageously worked or HturetrjVroiiufo in whtch the itmospheric humidity is ii tillvlalty l t tleslrn1Iet A RECoftD jN HITl NGJI SinglefriFivchfo huaeiwH expert Htfgh S Fuller tou In an sirtlelo on Batting in the Ametovun Aiaguzlno describes us tot lows the greatest hitting feat recorded ciutd by Ed Delehaiity and which it ras his good fortune to wItness ydouis Terry wrns pltc lngra great pltiliur with n woudor ully fast curve ball and three of tile home nine were made off the eunp The first tithe at batDelelmuty hit the ball high over lcr1aptsedutytce j Jp 2115 feet from the plate und the fence was thJrt the feet hl brbesecond time he hif over the same fenoc but farther toward enter field The third time he drove a single over short stop a line hit and perhaps the hardj est hit of all DahkMi loaplng touched the ball with both hands They were ttorn apart and the bull caromed al most to the left Holders before It struck the ground The next Mme run was straight to the center Held betwdetTf tthe clubhouses nearly 1QO feet a nIThe last time he came to the butt the t crowd was cheering him on retired between the clubhouses rnupt were set at angles pelehanty curve baI It ajlglitcd on the roof of one clubhouse b lunIJetl to the roof oJ the other and rolltd Halfway buck to rbi second buRemnu And yutt CJuleagu won the game si i v Do You C tUp With a Lame Back Kidney Trouble Jtol s You Miserable Almost everyone knots of Dr KilmersI SwampRoot the great kidney bhllWcr remedy beir jji canae of its remark Hi able hcaltUTcstoriugI SwampRoot S every wish in over lit If cpniing rheumatism It pain in the back kid bladderIturinary paswige It corrects inability to lpassinitozbadcffectsIoIlowingiseoliquorwme or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often manydme9SwampRoot Is not recommended for everything but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble it wilt be found ju st the jemedy you need It has been thor oughly tested in privatepractice and inns proved so successful that a special ar i ngement has been made by which all tenders of this piper who have not nl ready tried it ri1X havC a sample bottle sent free by mail alsO a book telling more about Swam ROOt and how to findontifyouhaveTcid neyorbladdetrOulle When vritinginention Xreading this generous offer in this paper and send your address to Dr Kilmer Co umn SfUfti BinghamtonNY TheTegularfiIt1Cnt- and onedollar size bottles are sold by all druggists Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwatI1pROQt Dr Xilmes Swam Root and the ad dre Binghamton Y 1 cfeiy bottle f 1rw+ibijI The following fwitems we desire fa I call your attention to whereby youJfJcn I getIC ItI See our i 118Iue Ware I AtiewlotofS I WaterCOOl rs IGt our prices on iJ Roofing and I i Plumbing Call and see oar fi i Perfection L oiiStOYts F DIAMOHDEDGE Razors ort Stou11eS L OKIreezersii Ir f rI Call andeu when in town t lbiL lI r 1 t 11Ii J i YOU CAN HAVn E- II Warm LJand t every morning at 1IocII ckbyti V t Rhoningror calling at J1 f tKatie Hertlein fiittlS Lj r f k Phone 69 57c IIT f JJ1 I1 Try One of our Grape J 1Irfliri- f J 2 4- JSTSSsh k III t LI k I pieN1ndf i i i ilIn tIhiSliadjt Grove f rfFrederldLtowDrt H Ft IS turdaY1JJ1yJ 3O i 1 I tt- The people pii1 itfi ktoSto br akthe record MI dds cisJ1a pi 1i iiandbaQnr pk ic of tki M Xr uJ0 0dl t ki i rby a LtuisviU Uugnt band aiM IicId- inr r4 t l TvK bno yfflis aadSbiigat1kwe but all meet have d E derat ulwill lbie enfomd THE COMMITTEE bvLtt4ew f F I 7 UBGTBlJRJOJ j f tET1 T f 1JAII EXTRACTED i J ti40UT PAIN 1 JlsauaLp trs t Jii 5f SPIIIRP1LJD KY Az1 DtL1 Work Strictly I F 1 t flJR JCMUDLiI i flfete aid Surgeon Jl ObQr18to 9am Fi 1t2pm J f CMlci over Hmydona Drugstore 1ciuiuniptjI1f WII IIKaJ Ii Ilarlea I OSPheNoLR ldcRce Nb 38 j 3 WJFIGRIGSBY- rt- 4j ATT6RNEYATLAWi f Qo9yrZeoes Bank ii j r mmxTixLb KY ttff t 1 f qr ILW HYATT eoJer R d Cross Dru1i 1 134 Oboe bo ri Hyatt JP30 l tb 12 B4 to 5 pm F 15 EJioi1MAYS UJEbi uiBKTOB If i illDtICEMSED EMBALMER TELEPHONE D Y1gNIQHT74J SPRH6PIELD KV I t i i Rwlfomd Schedule i following is the fame schedule L flOW lneffect on tire Bardstowi t a4 Springfield branch railroad i atrI U522pm Bardstown 6G6 pm j rrWea at Springfield 655 p m o42 Leaves Springfield at r Qm Bardstown 645 a m tr fiBard town Junction 730 am iriye tLciuisvine 820 a m Nd l43r Leaves Louisville a- i 720 a mt Bardstown Junctioi i J L855 a m Bardstown 1005 atm arrives at Springfield 1140 p m t fij VJ t 1 No 44 Leaves Springfield V1O p m Bardstown 220 p m Btfrdstpwn Junction 410 pm arriTe at Louisville 545 p na lf 1 o 901Sundays onlyLeav Springfiid 7rta m BardstowlJ 6 Om Bardstown Junction rr r45 am arrive at LonisvilltJ o 35am iIgc f J JIp QJJ Sundays orilyrpLeave Lpuisviile t 600 pm Bards fi runctio 45B in Bards tir473Q y mtarrlves ai ffJnJfield at325 p m 1r Ffljt and Ornamental I TREES Everyhin for OrchaLawn y aWd Garden Million Strawberry Plants L tCatalogues No agents F MLENMEYER v r I f f Lexington Ky 1 tR 4Sfc r7 ORNnTi P V rleon tlie Jvbac OfiHJY rednz s two goo I SlaLIIi tiltCot dtL1 if iHS iBoise jnconnect16n viith t t well jl i grass i 11rt MrsJoljWL e I iJ6 iTOWN Local 5jnptftf 667t1lThe Freshest and Latest L E AllAbout You rseir Friends I and Acquaintances 1 4 M ftiRats7ihen henSI am gelling everything at coitMiss WiUieKnoth1 FO ALE Shorthorn Bull f i GoddardGrundy Buy a nice auto yeitat WathE and Shadera rA buggy at your own price at A C Kimballs 1 FOR SALtei8obbushels corn garrbll Kelly 5m q Forazek atoctt Ewes tF4 tiaf r Bottoms Big reduction in all milli heryatMfss Willie Knotts millinery store FOR RENT Rdom over Pec ples Deposit Bank recently oc cupied as millinery room WNriDAn experienced mini to dig a well m G Hamilton FOR RENII Rooms over P 3f Thomas and Joe Shaders gro cery AppWto L A Burns uMound City Paints may cqs a trijle more1 butLeo Hay don1 T Lost a line lliver colored bird dog Reward for information lleading to recovery S P DERRINGER One of the twin children of Mr and Mrs Herman Purdom died last Sunday and was buried yes terflayat Bethlehem Rev Father McGonigiriox of St Rose will give the naem oers oe the chira banquet at the home of Miss Gain this evening The twoyearold child of Mr Gent Fi1 atreJu died near Fredei icktown Friday and the luneraj H was conducted Saturday at J3t RQSs J WANTED An organizer in tnts sectien for our sick acci denc and life certificates on ver leberal contract Write at once M BV A tbisofficeO i If you want a Gasoline Engine Automobile or Motor Cycle I haye the best made Al8ocarry anything in the raachine line N Gv MARKS The Ladids pf the Pleas n Grove church will serve an ice cream supper a the home of Dr and Mrs JH Hopper on Tues day August 2nd 1910 YOU are invited Marshal Yowell of Lebanon was here Friday and took back with him Ed Keough of color lvhol there and bad escaped The pupils of the HardestyJr School District wHl serve an ice cream supper at the school house on Saturday night July 30th A cordial invitation to attend is ex tended 10 ever ybody r A number of the members bf the Springfield Lodge No 24 F and A M attended atmeeting of- the Masons at Sharpsville last night Degrees in Masonry wer conferred r i 9J a LIjr We are now Selling II 1 OLD Hl2K0RY 11 I I Jr r I PORCH AHJD LAWN GOODS r r AX COST ONLY A FEW LEFT Better place you order now before hey are all gene l Ii I 1 1 VTheJ t tiPch Swing on the Market tt i t r X3p ftiind inspect our line of goode tidf ti + IJ t Leachman Campbells17 Furniture Store II iiiTii iii= i4 A tIi TOPICS fg MM = ifi fiWiifirir Teeth extracted with g outPAutor 1 DANGER I No charges when plates are wanted f ALL WORK g fDoneini this office Is firstC 5- 5lin every respect and just as ad id I WVSTALLARDDDS S81 f Springfield Ky i There Will be an ice cream sup prg1ven at the home otMr 8 D Mudd for the benefit of the school at Science Hall Friday July 29th l91Oerbodycor c ially invited Ttie Opening Hop was held at Tatham Sprm Tuesday night It was well attended by young people from Springfield and the county The T tham Springs rrQ is apannual event that is llooked forward to by the youngf people cjf thecounty each year Mondayfdr t I Constable in Magisterial district i No1anJ Mr RR Reynolds m No6i Mr Felix Taylor qualified as administrator with the will annexed of George Taylor deceased 1Mr Tyler Richards of Louis yule Ky was married to Miss Carolyn Miller at the home of the brides mother at New Hope yesterday The bride is a sister offr Mrs WF Trusty of thisplace Rev W H Williams performed he ceremony Strayed on my farm three miles from Springfield 2 red steers 2 red hejfers and 3 cowI and calf Owner may have sane by paying pasturage and for this notice ALBERT RDDD- V R F D 1 Monday was County Court day and a fair sized crowd was in town considering the tmsy season S ML Campbell reports the follow ing sales 1 sow 1425 1 sow and 8 pigs 550 4 shoats 16 I1 cow and calf 46 1 cow and calf 40 3 small calves 12 per head 1 yoke oxen 64 1 cow and calf 46 1 steer calt19 1 steer calf 1375 1 COWL 3225 1 6yearold bay mare175 1 yearling horsei cult 785O1 yearling horse colt 7250 1 pur yearling mules each 578 501 old mare 20 1 old mare 47 Miss Rodman Thurman enter tained a large number of her friends on last Thursday even ing at a moonlight party The new home which is one of the most beautiful in the city looked its best on the occasion Re freshments were Served late in the evening A band of music wag in attendance and many eri joyed themselves with dancing dn the large veranda The Thurman home was thrown open to thguets and their hospital ty was enjoyed to the fullest extent by all o ProLJ D Clarke of Fayette county addressed good siz d crowd at the Court House last Monday in the interest of thee Pool He spoke about an hour and held the attention of his hearers He urged the farmer s to pool and stated that unless d1thissociety would have to sell ov ir the 1910 market The success of County Fairs this year oveiriasV year makes appearances for our own Fairen cour rtlgoLasL year county fairs were in innt counties not a success if ioMlal failuies Our own Fair held its own with the Ltmotitsothewlladieati seemed thath iinterest was cen flered in llu tttFiir and as a 4ccnsequne t Ie CHlty s wont beg g This ear 4liow ever the h Otresetm to have awakened to the fact that it is to their interest to maintain th County Fair as a home enter prise and consequently more in terest is being taken and better sto kexbibileliThepresent outlook for ooe of the best fair m the history of the Washington County Fair Ass c tions bright and promising iT Wheat Wanted B D Lake wants tobuy 3p000 buhels of wheat Will pay the highest market price f Change in Firm foIwith the Springfield Flour has sold his interest to Messrs 13 R McWhorter and Henry T W elJJand the firm will now bi known as McWhorter Wells Both men hav t beep connected with the business for some time andaresuccessful busicess men Mr Jarbop the retiring member had charge of the mill when ii was built and wa a very suc cess ftl miller Appointed Storekeeper 7- The many friends of Mr Phillip McConnell will be glad to learn that he has received an ap pointment as storekeeper Mr McDonnell held a a similar position under President Harri son but lost his appointment because ofr the change from R pub jican to Democratic administra tion Mr McConnell is a very competent man for the place PERSONAL MrsJ R Claybrooke is visit lug in Lexington 3Mrs J D Turner has returned to tier home in Lexington after aviSit to MrsJ R Claybrooke Misses Elizabeth YaughnCath arine Sdreeves and Lyda Ander son of Greehsburgj and Aileen Meter of bampbellsville are visiting Miss Rodman Thurman fMessrs W D J S and John I Qlaybroake are at LaGrange todaY on usiness Miss Et lei Payne of Louis yule is vi sitiifg Miss Ida Clay brooke Miss El a McAtee of Cincin nati who ia been vjsiting rela tives and friends here has returned to lei home Mrs Pajlm jr Goatley who has been seriously ill wittr flux is improving IDr W V Stellard j Co Mc Elrpy H M Moss and T C Campbell have returned from French Lick Springs Mr P G McElroy wife and daughter Whitney of Pickard Ky are the guests of rel tires here Miss Sophronia Medleyi enter- taineda J numher of friends in a charming manner Monday evening in honor of her guests Misses Kate and Margaret Scan nell 9 Messrs Otho Hatchett and Prank McCabe are touring the Bluegrass region of the State on their auto ycles this week Mr Bennie Wathen and Miss Barbara Kuhn were in Lebanon Sunday J Mr H D Stiles of Danville was in town Saturday tMr Bruce Williams wasj in Lou isyille last week where he went with his son for treatment rin juries arising from having been struck on the knee by a scissors Misses Kate and Margaret Scannell who have been visiting relatives here returned to their home in Louisville Tuesday Mr E Carl Litsey and family of Lebanon are spending a few days with Mrs Litseys parents Mr and Mrs Wr B Setecman Miss Pauline Adklnson has re tUrned to Louisville after a visit tcj the family of W L AlcClellan Mr and Mrs Heffernan Rubel of Lebanon were here Sunday Misses Lottt imms an1 Marie BTuhn have returned from a trip ta Bardstownj Messrs Geo Medley Jri and Frank Medley of Owensbbro aie the guests of Mr and Mrs QJI Haydbn Misses Lfil Rberts and Mary Noe are visiting Mjss Suanna Hayes Mrs Richard Kelly who has been dangerously ill is muchim proved Miss Lucille Payne of Louisville is the gM tpf Miss Mabel Williams1 rMr Conrad Her lij of Louis ville iisspendipg a rovv U ys here Gilbert Your g jV n has had quite alo g 2ttacliC cf Sppendi citis iis stme hat better Mrs John Shaunty and chil- e drenj of C CarrierOklahoma an visiting Mrs SaBle Rhaunty Dr McKay Miller has returned tto his Home at New Hoper after andsfamily Miss Louise Medley has re tnr rfed to her home in wensboro after a visit to relativesl here State Fire Marshal NeikirV spent a few days with his family hereMrs Sue K ott ani daughter j iii I L Zi- I n 1 r rrZ 0 Hi1T UHIIjngJ ttl ll iI iFIE i J V II BIG EA 4ELSLEI I attractIreing all Summer Merchandise at less than Costof prody tlon and each and every dne should 0 IQPPORTUNjTyI1 iit f i j I willl surely pay you to buy now= t rk II Read These Prices 1000 yds Stylish Dress Ginghams II 10fC I 1500 yds Stylish Dress Ginghams 12Jc and JOe grade for l 8 13 1200 jds Apron Check Ginghami ilOc grad for l2c1000 yds Apron Check Ginghams I 813egrade for ItiL 612- cI 5000 yds Calico for idlldchdbtj J i500yds good yd 1ltI Regular 10f grade for li 2000 yds Brown Cotton Same weight asHoosier forwJ Ic500 yds Dress Duck I j3cIregular 12 l2c and 15c grade fpf c 50Qyds Lawn in Choice Patterns SL I 5regular10c c 500 yds Lawn in Choice Patterns regular grade fort 4c 500 yds White goods in Checksand Stripes I 20c and 15c grade for luc I Line Ladies White Ladies Low Cut Shoes at less than cost Mens Low Cut Shoes at less than cost Lot Mens Hals I Mens price I t I IJ 3 were the guests of Mrs Miler4n Mon da and Tuesday Miss Bernice ofLeb anon arrived for a visit Mrs Sue Knott Mr and Mrs I Wim att off Lduisville will arrive for a visit to Mrs Janie Miss MaryMcGlellaq of Laba non is visiting at this pI j Miss May Mayes has home aftor VyisitV to friends at Ky IMrs oe lChl1di returned to berom Colum bus Ohio after a1 visit to rela tives in the county Migs Minnie has re from a trip to 1r Mrs C from a trip to Bardstown 1 Stock t Masn- Underwear at Cost SI Petticoats atCost I Ladies Tailored Suits fin MlL Beautiful Waists III1ot ILot Clothing OneHalf == to our invitation to see our dis play of class if you have any regard for interest Dont say that our reputation for selling at very low prices means that of our shoes iisJow Do us and yoursfelf the justice of ard yourself Teen is the of M iss Louise I r Mr Scott of Mis souri is iin this county It is his first visit to his uatiye countv fon29 years Dr Mitchell of Cam is inCown thisvweek on business G is quite ill at his hoftie on Main street L 1 Mr and Mrs Jesse Rapier of Bardstown are rejoicing over i the arrival of a daughter Mrs l i Price is wearing the amite tb wont come oft i i tt F4p tII ist SI y t j ot t 2 iftf f 1 r 4 t 1ST1000 yds 4J 7 1200 yds IndIa Linen wT f regular 12 l2cgrade for C Sc oi 600 yds Persian Lawyis rcjregular r250 yds Woolen Dress Goods v V P New Styles and reg 65c 3 r rr 300 yds Woblon Dress Goods New Styles and reg L25 eJoJ TPs 100 yds WidBlack TalT tta Silk 15 125 grade for ia5Q yd Wide JBIackTatfetfa Silk i a Jl50 grade for Lot of FaneS Foulard Silks 85c and 7SLot of Val Laces f worth 7 l2c to lOc yd J for biltl pfrlSlycif 3T + Lot of Torchon Laces F worth 7 l2c to lOc yd oryd 4c Lotof Embroideries Lot of Embroideries X1 I Jt At 25 p eentoff Lot of fcSOc 1w i I wi Lot Mens Shirts at poc6 Lot Straw Hats On HaIiF iceLot- worth 25c and SOc for 15c Lot Boys Pants at 1 i cijtpetsRUgM tigSWII raper Window Shades LacejCurt or 1 r- I We have many othr offer wFch can be Seen when you call I ADVERTISEMENT1I P I Iiiiii Etriestine Bardstown SpaWing yesterday J Saturday Willett relatives aGeJ1 returned Oakland ai Blanford turned Louisville Owens Junctipp Youve SimpIyGotto Listen high sbpes votYrown thequaljty Swell coming jujijoingfor fGxtind MIntfr fissLucilIrJ guest Havdon Campbell visiting relatives pbellsville 11 SEing rlceoflI rtoThe Read Prices CheckandstrlrDlrnityfor i2sl 15cgradeS lE gradejfbr 25gradefort 1 10worthworth20cto50cyd 10aCorkcls iQat Less OneHalfprice J Menii reduced 4BoystShirt Waists Barfain prices r nsatCost I ThiolI I I INCORPORATED ilN NGonperhaslretur Ejitire Ladies These Bargainslo The Thomas CrownfilBr j t Ii- lghtdraP U marketThe1 ytjfi I 1 really lMEARLE ft othet t70SBarvu rL sa- yIr 0ear and car tIIr4 5 Jlllll IIIf frIriotUbESI titM B- lj1ing M rovdI- hD tootJI ODd w o J t 1be clS- a ars I 5t p 4t fl lil RkesCJ Dump n4ltablTI1P i4 0Rke9ypur AgtJ JL kJiiJ6alhACILi u = i briftI e =r tw r t ons =t pI1r I o r r 7 7w Ui J c c cta 1 Ias riT i TiI5 R tS 4 thsLov Xs I w wI wI tD a 1 WwufsI tfer Tauy a oai to tW 1UU pdtey ptaatcd at t a t d w 4 II btlg abttk I Km lay Jn irpedteacra It j IIarck fe- sw BcI lIS t- rb a Nia jnrimiIow dii- I k sIL u h is i etein aa4 a bsbk IwsI Mi opt ak for s1 aM Ii w4r tbr 1IjrtMw W ibe e Mr- tfcrf stbd te the pot iliiilil ertapty kt tke p a wbI cr ebsJ t d sad the bkti imww Mt the i4 trIss sSt ht tr bek aga Bf Ww of tlw tfrtrJBri Ispi iKmra paMed ttte ce Mw irktte ta movafced 1k4rV TW biek bataana fetal tvtek A Wkg a a4 Jr c FtI7 ab br asat ii irf ft rMe MM 1tL kw krtfkt tetwm Mir aa4 iNHj pity Icf were Islt k a plssatzp4ctwre- rInI4I weii as ttmtitmtm Ifcc iMiay eaptala la the fW1a1IbOSt d7 Ms W111eT ch4rptIV r4iUta deHfhte y Tell +triitinfi9 M silk ear 1iiidM h tfrieptaa said FWae PMMI crifleatiy it MtM tk Wt have herr yIrtarM ihe cap t47 teMua e her xW WJIIt Mittghttaa e lve itiythitMiciiethlagft y iM iaisfMUi te what SIIIiC to eaJi your sew beat ttta Wim The Miftates blW IuY y fI ir be sraiiped Ic yf the WAG iaba Psjed at atsg a MiM WlUteT S VI1I trii d UktIy aM sai im itatlK of Captain with a q JM nil eye thatUa 4F i the ap4ted U small J c m a4er tfee bow So long as- MJMA tiM sloqyattarEva say a y ishrlo ue the eaflisoat JJ =lq lie Her gaze aa- etf iteeIitcface lf ft a raati w4 r the gray I tolDi1 ad tpakk1i t p Sto roaoovoA hki jrfpe r dreItkealrhliJP t i f2t=herT Who Mte Will4e J ffotee Cook 4 her sad Eva 1 r t MrMr 1 Itt was earned for Ib a tbry aJirihfo lCk e tan years at theVaiiaJikaaryI society asd j 1 Mt tbeah tlksg aboit the 2 w W U piJeid toaL- to tW TtT W Thj hate each ttki o4MMf all OB 1It of the i t that opI LTha stoops tb ea aamed Lovely ia Jof the Ut tea years v rasst vhat jviiwiitmg to same the J 4 t Jftaw hoaflrjlitllfija Wimo sweetly 4fp M ttaMpod tall the t Via W ifoido MSM wau f r mt bs tell you some fJJ Me MMO KM Willie 1 f fV mtyrbe f co U My It better oaLthe hay with rood stla hreeae UteUiraD the water ruanlBg IiII oI I MW boat Ive j ot Mlao J rvthe boat but I iNMrtelyoa fo1itoot Jt Hew s e1t very NIIIaM comfortable J weJ were l i t1 pee4iMkli kaa4aome k4 deadly la oaraest w i11 thktheeek r msm nterYok 1wail a 1 ak 77ievejlle44 elJr as hc boat tf eanetl Lovely Eva why tyea ase4beiew ojpe Beautiful 7 ABd tH TiMfcfyW can call Lit Jlya Then thejwhf4e three would Thats myBQ tlon E1hl stared dasedlj Then I aiuedthe big bo tafter L t wooKTr he de BMiBded nt tlMNcllt cia sheet Jt cZ t ttIIIV 4e4 TfM boat 4ame em to Mlt ipmss- oae r 3t AJl right UiM gillie Thea I shall teak the ow Aoot Wjlhel taa after r yea beeae bS4 KiM Willie I it ofWMc l t lHr17e11 Ud COOM sad live here with me fri rr re aa1ii bMban4 ra ted t r heel4er With J4seagtovch I ji4ifcSffw peak aM tbiaaled- a the ealst it the botch we 4d be toer h SS drosMMker wbeee dayi A ipeat iM from beire ti h ears ware weriecII- i wiT woco tlndf IOl Jaiktaf Modlos and too whir of tM sowto macula Whata ittMftilljr happy WlotMco we 4 be Nora in tfto atn sheMor olue sapojl Wtt porfect rrsat-tueg Jor JiI the hriNal wt tapiotijl tor au Andhore MiM Wfi WIi bead droopod thero was nobody tdlto so loyb4s Captain BeajaH itl That was Miss Willies care T tWgJer real ifUst it rte tbM Mras of LitUr Rivet Hoc Jace grew qiilte pale iM M she ShoOk o Captain Bamas- I edt Ire iaa hoeaeet a beat tb t 1stMawd after another wa-X caw soo how theyd all talk eope faMjr jtt titer dktet Marry you them io ros fbe saM resolutely Marry MMmoeives roared the etptaht Ym dpafc Melrn them three wen wanted to iarry zne Miss WilLie deL ProWI1 Every MM of em has Mid ctaln to you ever wee yok sailed Into harbor with Lorely Eva paiited on the sloop Me hit that name when I bought her down to Bockport What can do t Its bad luck to Change a boats JMBC said the captain helplessly Perhaps youll llakU food 111C- kIot to change it retorted Miss Willie stiSy oe more turnIng away Afid this time Captalh Bann did not detain1 her tHe watched her with grave blue eyes froIBwblch all the happiness had fled aatll her lilac skirts bad fluttered aroand a pile of great bowlders and thee with a long sigh hepl ked up his painting materials and trudged up to the stoOp The result of a long meditation was Visible the next morning when Captain Buna rigged a small scaffolding and swung himself to a seat under the bow of the Lovely Eva Cbeerfuly he worked and he sang lustily the chorus of Ben Bowline It wafa short job tout pee requiring delicacy and skill When it was finished he performed a similar operation on the port bow anq thea hurried to the stern where be stood 0I1a barrel and carefully re painted the worn letters that an bounced the name of Lovely Eva Little River Then he flew down to the sailboat and with loving care lettered the name of Wilhelmina B on stem and stern He lhad long finished blswork and was fresh and cleap in a suit of white drill when a man came along the beach from Little Village He Was the edi newspaperI he bailed cheerily I received your message about the sew boat so Ive ome down to have a look at her A beauty 1snt sheIf Tpte stood still and examined the boat With a critical bye I think shes pretty fine Mr Brown Ill take you out tomorrow Perhaps we can get a few blues outside eh The captain beamed happily Every thing would be well now and In the distance be could see Miss Willie Deems picking her way down the beach toward him Makes tbo1d sloop look some shab by he remarked calling attention to tbe boat on the sand above jthem Mr Brown turned and looked at the sloop He squinted long at her and then went UI closer Whats the inatter with her name captain I thought He turned a puzzled look oa the captain who was watfihlng him With twinkling eyes What Is the matter with her name repeated Captain Bunn innocently Why I thought her name was JOve ly Eva but by George Its Lonely Eva The captain laughed Its always beet Lonely Eva queer hampi Isnt It but somehow the first stroke of then wore off and left a v Its never been painted back again till awhile agol You see thatsher real name Now that Is quite a Joke mused Mr Brown with eyes mirthfully rem iniscent of two spinsters and an ambitious widow who laid claim to the name of EviLuf wonder If youd ob- Ject to my writing that up for the paper I never beard tbe sloop called anything except Lovely although I guess Its been mighty lonely sometimes He laughed at his own joke Write her up write her up agreed the captain heartily with a jvave of lIdsdeparUngedltQrI Wil lie iwlth great deference and then ho stood quietly waiting until she reach ed h1ssIdei Im acting like a fool over the name of that heat she began hur riedly when Captain Bunns pointing finger brought her to an abrupt pause Do you think any woman Ml ever lay tdtfterJterRiver going to acknowledge her name to b4 Lonely Eva Not on your life Miss Willie saV and blushed and then laughed merrily Then her face sobered I suppose It might seem an awful mean thing if you find ever been bad ever shown them any at j ntlon she hesitated- I never lId asserted the captain cYenIAnd now how do jou like tb name of the new boat He turned bet about and She looked at It In silence for a fewmpments TINt bapt tcir 4lI1tl tet ef 44Why why have you named her 1iI chIth411gJaIt means Wilhelralni nunn Tliats tto beyonr name aftrr Ilils eb dlcurr Tn the slmCow of the Lonely Eya Captain Bunn leaned over und kissed MVilieoEgtheiipt I t eJFelicityMrs happily mard SlBtnlt SUgg Mrs SaggShesho Isl Blessgood- aess shes done got a husband datp 1n8UOple 7 w Wqnetis Secrets 4Is s Is the Ukd1ss pk nheard t wita uisrs 1ea a other a rwa a the 4 4 TMie tHt tI d btv beau wDr r the ead = I IUflJ pIWIs p tWII b tIet thttyight p of 11 ve f r IIiiur M isa see4 WHW be iark if whitNj ti It iS ofii sas disap 4 us = Dr Pior by r ahiolety ihIieat AI aida dy pia eaveiisiet ii iioddq whiusr a WrM wheat Lear as ikh TJl rr Medleal Aeaiti Dr I V ieNe Preat tt pI wAv01rrE PZEcirrON- r Wr bita5 at O1Tj y IIA iAND OF LEISURE elTVe Po frof Watewate Llk io T lSIi Es4- ofJut ao ipala fe tlte hiiM ataaa aa Baatotaal las boea called JM huid fitkJl hay Theao word xaoaa there is none aad ose hears thoat Wherever one eltf if the peopta do not waaC to bother declares NO Winter la Guatemala ad Her People of TtMtay that will be their teyaria bloaMwer tcYft mlppt a up tola boaoo where the yarel fras fall of chickens the wc maa eBga oita making tortillas cast fruit trees ioalled with fruit In the yard and yet have a conversation bout like the following Have you any meat No hay pronounced eye- Have you any eggs r No bay Have you a bouse J No hay In such a case the best way to do Is to enter the house and hunt round for yourself and blandly order the woman to prepare whatever you chance to find Then If youJ leave a small sum of money with her on departing she will not take any offense but will po litely thank you T Time Is the only thing with Which ithey seem to be well supplied It Is equally bard to get anything done for unless the party is willing to do the work requested be will find sonie plan sible excuse An American traveling across the country a few years ago found It necessary to have his horse shod at one Of the Small towns There were three blacksmiths In the own Of these one was sick but bad supplies a second bad no toalls ntidthe third no charcoal As there was no lending among the craft the horse could not be shod A MEXICAN FIRE BRIGADE Leisurely Way They Fight the Flames at Matamoras ftjnlgnt be tbotghtthut uchan exciting thIns as u tire would startle the Mexicans out of their habitual Indo lencebut such Is not tbe case Tbet alarm of a fire ajt Matamoras Coanulla Mexico was given by the discharge of numerous pistols and guns says u writer in the Wide World Magazine and I hastened to the scane thinking at first that a battle vas raging Ajfter a long interval during which the people watched tbe fire with in ter s chattering among themselves meanwhile there appeared placidly trundling along the road tbe Matamo rasan equivalent of a fire engine a Worrell rolling along the ground drawn by reluctant burro A swivel pin In each end of the keg permitted it to roll freely and ropes attached It to the animal Behind walkedj the fire brigade a solitary peon bearing a bucket Arrived at the scene of the conflagration the water in the barrel was poured into buckets and hauled to the roof of an adjacent house whence it was flung op to the flumes Everybody was greatly excited The calmest tbingof nil was the fire which burned steadily on till there was noth ing left to consume Then as the spectacle was over tbe people dispersed Every one Wits satisfied except per haps the unfortunnte owner of the house that had been destroyed Insect san Its Eggs lFamily matters In the case Vf insects usually menu ouli the depositing of eggs in suitable situations for the in dependent development of the off spring the parent insects often dying before tbe young appear The earwig however provides a remarkable excel tlon to the general rule for It sits upon Its fifty or more eggs until they are hatched just as a bird would do rend moreover if the eggs get scattered It carefully collects them together again In the early months of the year when digging the soil female earwigs may frequently be found together with their batch of eggs At the slightest sign of danger tbe young ones huddle close to their mother hiding beneath her body so far as it will cover so large a family Strand Magazine Doubling HCapacsty I want a nurse jprl who Ja capable of taking care of twins said a woman to the manager of an employment agency A dozen maids ranged against tbe wall were questioned as to tbelrlfa miliarlty with twins Finally one glrf produced documentary evlderice that for the last five nr8most of her waking moments had been spent in tbe company of twins She got the job When she reported for york In the afternoon she was Introduced to but QneJntantiWhere Is tbe other one she asked Oh there are no twins about this house said her mistress just said twins so I would be rare to get a competent nurse Any girl who Is capable of handling two children can give extra good cute to one That Is a little ruse I always employ wlleu I hire a nurseNew York Times The Waive and the Meat bad thought that It was peculiar to human nature to regard tbat which one has as of less value than that Which one has not but I bad reason to cbVinge my opinion the other day said a visitor to the zoo A beeper tosked four pieces of that Intoeden of two gray wolves One piece landed on theToof of the shelter house and a wolf with a lame fore leg passed xver tile pieces on the ground and standing IIII his hind legs trleij and triiHl in Jlt that on tbe roof which wnsjiit out of reach The other hun gry wolf gave his attention to the pieces fill tbe ground rind disposed of nil fhriHf Goingoverto the bouse lie Ktilffetl for a moment und tbeti sprang upon the root ate the fourtlP piece and It retched Out for repose New York uII THe Dead Mans Hand Charms us cures for sickness were common In agoLady1800tellsthojremovnl of some birthmarks which disfigured her trace Her mother was handlaldUleffectually remove the marks she killedtortill lIlabitcottages and I mys1eepconotaathJatopped by tbe widow iith- oayg edaiiteed my cheek in order to s ojrjjii tio ttate of her husbands body asth awtks she told my nurse we ldeertala4yl jashe turn ltM ef oftCarePjhearL o or i c STORIES OF FThEOtKOJtO j Ty CM Tills fly HeI is Si SKMssMtn tin m l SUMPS IONT BOTftER HIM- Chanjlan l attref the Country Says When He Falls Off In Hlttlnf Ha Never Werries but Practice Hard jU tJHftairi Form I No XV By TY COBB Copyright by American Press AMO clatlon1 To what my success as a ball player are two answers to thIs dOfdOfowe first Is that 1 am heart gad e game and see ond I ys trying to Improve on my playing I am always practicing add you know practice makes perfect Take for instance when I have n batting slump I dont worry about it I just set out in the mornings at the ball park aid prime tice hitting against alj kinds of twM Ing I like to stand up to the plate and whale away at every old kind of pitching Some of the boys are easy to hit while others are not It all helps me to recover my batting eye Southpaw pitchers gave me consid erable troub10 at one time but that was before I entered the big league Jrbey never evpm bother me nowadays Just watch me at the plate and youU learn the reason in a mlnnte Against a right handed twirler I crowd the rubber and step Into a curve before It breaks Against a southpaw I drop back as far asr posalbU and wait for the curve to break Getting down to figures 1 should say that II stand four feet closer to a right handc l pitcher than I do to a left bander My greatest delight is to tickle the pill with runners on tho bases You may not believe me but nevertheless Its true I find it easier to hit the ball TT COBB DETROIT AMXBIOAN81 QBEA OUT FIELDEB AND BATIKS with the sacks occupied The pitcher Is worried the infielders are guessing and when you do hit the ball the By lag base runners rattle and discon cert the men who are trying to handle the ball When men are on bases I generally lay for the first ball the twirler hands over Its dollars to doughnuts that If bo can lay that fit one straight over the pan hell do IG and I sOak quite a few of them Themajorlty ofi batters will pass up the first ball no matter if It cuts the plato in half But youll never get Tyrus overlooking any of that kind Nine times out of ten I go to the plato prepared to hit the first ball If thepltcber lays it over I never take a long swing Iat the sphere any more I like to del it but thtmajorleaguesdo the spitball pitchers would make a dunce of you Itn short order to say nothing of the slabblsls who have man tered a good change of pace Theyll shoot one oven that looks like a pe- abcnfecd you a slow one that comes treating up as big as a balloon rut you are set forthe fast one and nearly break you back reaching for time slow ball v IUJthe old days the great betters were leto Browning Kd Dclcbnnt Dan Broutbcrs yuf Pop Anson who swung on to a ball With the force of hammer Were uny of them In the bli leagues tt9day Ihc modern twirlers would make rcm look like jukes cannot grab u wagon tongue down at the handle reach back and swing hplfwjiy llroumicJr a curve pitcher Hed inTike you look foolish and you wouldnt have enough butting average ut the end of the mouth to giSt your name In the percentage column The star batlers of odny grub their batting sticks a foot or more from the handle and luajeud of swinging alma to meet tbebUIJ flush Nothlng suits me better than to tukosjtgood crack at the leather but cant afford tto get out of my stride II stlok to the sure systenj of just meeting the ball with a halfway grip on my warclub- Jtj the Cut An aged country rector who had un old tailor as his clerk returning from his church one Sunday with the lat ter thnsnddressedhlm Thomas I cannot think how it Is that our church should be getting thinner tor1 am sure I preach as well as ever I did and bnght to have far more experience than I had when I first came among you Indeed replied ThomasulU tell you what bid parsons nowadays are just like old tnllQ for Im sure jL gew as well as ever I did Itfmy life ana the cloth Is the same but its the cuE sir Ah Its the new cutPenrsonsji Losing Their Charm Vicars Daughter I suppose the rain kdpt you from the funeral last Tues day Mrs Kloprg Mrs Blogg Well partly miss but to speak true wot with the rbeumatiz and doln away wltbtbe am and the cake afterwards funerals alp t the jaunts they used to be for mel London Opinion 1 The change of fashions Is the ty that fbe Industry of the poor levies oa the vanity of the rlebObnmfort SHARK PRODUCTS Ive Ute Rea Art llMfitf the Opine M a Walkkg Mirier IrcHltocts obuihea1 from thesfcarfc artboth auea and vahMhk Shark las braIsh a Jelly that ja kM a Jjelktous soup if qae may credit the statemeats of those affecting tint dell cacy tfherels aa excellent market for thta jelly wherever Cblncso are l be loud TbsbarkUver gives a splendid clear oil eseeestly adapted for the lubrication of the parts of watches clocks and fine guns Tbls oil Is held in some quarters In as high esteem as Is the oil obtalaeiL from porpoise and dogfish liver long claimed to be the finest of animal oils Sharkskin to Of much value It is ota beautiful burnished gray or blu ish color and at first glance looks like finely grained leather by reason of the tiny prickles plentifully set one way There are so many of these prickles quite Invisible to the naked eye that the erect afforded by the dried skin Is one of rich beauty a quahiy that makes it particularly valuable for the manufacture of shagreen It is em ployed for many decorative purposes Even the bones of sharks are useful The spine is in constant demand by the manufacturers of curious walking sUckS They puss a thin maljncca or steel rod through the polished and round vertebrae and the result is a cano that sells for a high price The shark spine stick Is a great favorite in Germany Harpers Weekly f BULL WAITING A Brutal Sport That Was Popular Former Days f The principle of bull baiting was extremely simple A collar was fasten ed round the bulls neck and by this the bull was attached by a rope to a stake The rope varied from nine to fifteen feet in length and therefore ai lowed the bull but little movement The audience was accommodated Ip a circle or ring 0ne bulldogs duty was to grasp the bulls nose and wheuhe had succeed ed in obtaining a grip be wris required to maintain his hold despite tbe ef forts of the larger animal to dislodge him The bull awaited the attack with saqgbttoof his opponent Sometimes the bun managed to get his horns under or Into tbe dos which was then thrijwn high into the air Writers state that dogs bad been tossed up to a helgbtrof thirty or forty feet The dog if be survived would retire hurt On the other band once the dog which was trained to grip only the nose obtained a hold his adversary would have little chance of shak Ing him off The bull would whirl the dog in the air and struggle frantically to wrench Ibis nose free from the terrible grip When from shper exhaus tion the dog dropped clear of the bull a fresh dog was sent into the ring Photographingt a Panther A panther Is not easily killed and will often revive with very unpleasant results as on a certain occasion in the Deccan He appeared to iiquite dead and one of the spectators rushed up with a camera on a stand to obtain a picture fit the supreme moment He got his photograph and strange to say It survived what followed but no sooner had be taken It tban the pan ther revived tore hlmqeif loose and wentfor the photographer Somehow the man escaped but be1 camera was- ent flying and disconcerted by his encounter with It the panther turned and made for the nearest treeup which he went as quickly as a mon key Now the tree wjas crowded with interested spectators and for three or four strenuous seconds until tbe pan ther was shot we enjoyed a spectacle Of natives dropping to earth with loud thuds pke ripe plums from a jungle plum tree as the them Wide World rapproacbedI Bismarck and His D gISultan Prince Bismarcks favorite boarhound attacked a passing railroad train and was cut topleces Bis marcks grief over the dogs agonies was such that his son Herbert tried to lead him away but tbe prince would not go No I cannot leave him llk- ethlThen when the dogs surer ings were over Bismarck wiped his eyes and murmured Our Teuton forefathers showed benevolence In their reUgl nTbey believed they would flqd In thi punting grounds of their paradise all the dogs that bad been their faithful comrades here be behievI tlurt INNS FHINAiei A Knock fiat Wrecked a Door nl Raised a Rumpus Some otttbetnnsot modern China are badly built The correspondent of the London Times In traveling across the country recently bad this expert ence At only one village had 1 any difficulty We Were mulching lute Id the dark and 1 bud sent my groom hnlllottenopen It But his Peking speech Is not easily understood In IKunsu and Ho one answered him Then be knocked and to his dismay the crazy door fell down Immediately there was u row The Innkeeper and his vociferous spouse shouted out their wrongS livery one came Into the street to bear the whole village Wus roused When arrived Deemed like a dem onstration Inmy honor As IS the customt u dozen people together told me what bad happened JUsoqn saUs tied every one by first examining the damage and tlien paying compensa lion lu full paid 100 cash rather more than twopcn p and my gener osity wnsnpprafad The stnictufca Jbusdamaged reminded one of the erry built bouses familiar to studentB Hi Edinburgh Where It ISOD record that a lodger once complained to his landlord that the ceiling in his room had fallen down But how da youjiccount for than risked tbclundlardISomeb in tbe next flat suifzedt replied the ISiAr lllfLanies Long Hit f In an article on Batting In the American Magazine Bugb SI Fuller ton describes follows the loiipest hit ever recorded Lange who was of tbe middle ages jf tbe game made a hit in Cincinnati as4ielongested ihe center llejd fence which was1 on top of a high eipliunkment halted acfosa Westerii aveiiui went throafh the window jbit k laloon and foand behlnu j He bar The bit WJ1a fortune for tlut saloon big crowds WEst to see te buji on exblbidon =Good form The woman who Intends to have Week end visitors or house visitors of any sort needs to consider one thing before inviting the outsider Into her bOmis the prospective guest worthy of the honor Is she to be trusteji With ones life ergo ones pcpjatatlonf If not madam must not Issue her InV- itation and if she sees fit so to do once the stranger is within her gats all must be given her full confidence fa I her integrity and entire liberty in ev ery move that concerns her health and happiness f As the hostess captiousnesa some times comerTroui ieeling that the via itor of a week or more is outstaying her welcome the English custom jof arranging a visit within a prescribed period is an excellent one If you ask Mis Guest to come on the 15th anSi stay until the 20th ybu have no reason to Complain unless she prolongs her stay This arrangement for the com- Ing of the guest and her golngjnits the whole visit on a pleasant and easy basis and the hostess and guest Sot good sense abide by all the require ments of politeness and kindly feeling as long as the visit lasts An Engagement Tilt One of the newest ways of annount prospectiveher friends and the friends of her- parents You either invite them by note telling of the engagement or you may send visiting cards on which are written a day date and hour and on their arrival tejl them the news sugIan engagement is Iway it fa the custom lto write outsidersIIones intimate friends teIJID before they can bear it from Such a note may read f jJfy Dear Mimici want you to beamonc the first to know of my engagement to aEFIbe at home at 5 oclock I you will conghitmatc me when you Ito how happy dm and want you takeJackson Into the friendship which and have enjottoi for ao long MARTHA An announcement note of this kind should be acknowledged by the recipi ent ere of Linens AH linen forms u large percentage of spring and sutnnjer dresses It Is aid vlsable to study a nttltod for preserving the beauty of this fabric No linen should be starched True linen has a crisp clean finish wtien starched and Ironed but It rumples easily arid one wearing makes a garment untilt for a second nipedrnnee instead dampen the goods considerably and iron until perfectly dry lronntS much ot a garment as possible oli the wrong side to raise the thread In washing blue linen add vinegar to the last rinsing water Place a tea spoonful of soda Inu gallon of water when dipping a lavender Use no blu trig in talus but supply it plentifully In the rinsing water for white blue and pink Green should not be dipped into indigo water When the green begins to fade dip It Into a sour solution of water and vinegar and bapg It in the shade to dry Dress linens are not un like tnble linens asro laundry work- aaTbardpressing on damp material fur nishes a certain amount of stiffness sufficient for such fabrics Use a vejy large Irop for pressing large pieces Shepping Etiquette If you have waited until this elev entij hour to do your summer sboppln there are some little decencies you must not fall to remember Most or them center about your obligations to the store people though the comfort Of morntner and mushy and the cull dren is also conceriml Among my woman friendS there are two sorts of shopiura whose methods I have taken patina to observe with the desire however ty leam rather than to teach Thecorrect form of shopping ls a wonderful gift implying as great a saving of body and soul us of mon ey and am one of the unfortunate ones who come out of these gladiato rial contests the worse for wear In every way fThe saints in my shopping calendar are the women who get through their buying without breaking any of the hearts behind the counterthe dear wptnen who have always a gracious word for the tired salesgirls who knot what they wnut before they gp to the shop nail buy It without haggling dawdling or bad temper How to Remitter at Hotels wiien regfctfrhi it a hotel a mar fled woman writes tier tin me In full Ins Mrs 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