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Vii r I ItIj r 4 E S yoCxviivJ NO11 si SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON iCQUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST 4 1910 l D l It t URj Fi TRUSTY 1 R ever Har lon Barber l4lol1cc N workatreasonable pridesii 1 work guarinteedoSPEJNGFIEDD itn rgOUR DIRECTORYh PRIKGFIElvPf county feat of Washin toU County 52 miles south tot Juexiiiton 59 miles fro- mL4ii4i1In Bardstown branch ol ilie and Nahyiile lailroad in KJld agricultural district J ittks telegraph nd telephone 0 xpelli office flour mills lumber s piSfRaUoallOO po u ionoftl mty 15000 t r 8eatative ju Congres Hon jOnflrdstowfl Ky a kcpceSfeHtsLtiTe inKeutuckr LegiS a 1 latlUe Hon T D Grahatuofk RepCesctatlVe in State Seate GT Jarvis Cambellsvlle Ky r CountyDir tory cikcyiT COURT Circttlt Cturt egins on the fourth dai Febr ir May snd OctoS 1 bec JudgeclI Hs ThHrmaa afrC 4 ur toR 14AN Clerk G LeacIaD Master 11CCommissci dARpR1OURT- aQuarterly Court Is held on the third onclayineack month ed BId Lltsey Judge OUNTY OURTV ot1nt1irt meets on ibefurtbt- fonday in ech mouth B I IvseyJudge WF Booker CouiityC1crjh VT S Mayes County AttprpeyJ George Catlett Saudi v c Sam Anderson Sheriff I t ByronCroake Geo Powell I oBrbertEdd1emafl4 Sam P Hale I p W T iitcheli Assessor t T P O ryn tty ltob rtJioe Treasuto l Dr WE Grume Coroner B itw Bush Sept of Common oGili P0 SpWngfleld b CITY COURT JaieaRNqeTqUcer Judge Jpha GraeatshaicCity Attorney IGrJgsb7 f JUSTICE COURT JatIce COUrtS are held inJannarj itiLandOctoberr J of G 1 1IiiI10ut i i 0cM TiobigT HURCH tt- BeVf tS Kinctstpr Su bttGil l snd IJ1 Sunday School every Sunday atlO am grayer mteHng every Wednesday ijght t = CATHOWCCHURCH f iicv P Hennessay Pastor Serll Sunday at 8 and 10 oc1O- cILnJSeryiCe5 Iices everY at St Rose same hours fRESBYTERIAN OHURCHe ftIt E 0Lawson p torff Prachlngevery Sunday atll am lrul atJ pni Sunday school every Sunday tit 10y JtJr nrtf YItIv ThUJ eVMl 1 BAPTIST CHURL JirRev WlPtHitT16Tii1i tstOlw eVYn1y at l nmPreachingi Sut1farbc llOO every and 75jmJt meeting tndayat93 an Prayer rtilce dsv cveninu att 74 ociock- r I oniiqriAN duiJCI- r rT VFVcf ltH r t ces fist atdioiU SUIOH f i u 3ay Sichb3l1910 am r f r vr Fl1r ITderk t- lodg1 ASONICLcJtr tprlied oSQmeetw tir an l inn 1jira h nt 1W shi1gtfl R A ChaptcrHNo 7 th 110 t1l1t ttJHI1day j p pRif i i 1rr t 1t o yE1ol 1O1C rKT Z i DISCOVERYI fici5ocIoO f VOIDS UPULTtEFLtt EARANTED JATISPACTOR- Stfmmfef Colds Are harder to relieve thU tdatqr one Vrt they y1ed jst af reftdily to treatment sjt Pr DI PipeTar 4Romey sold tverywhflK Look ft the bell op tile bottle s i r 7 w a TIlE NLWS= LEADERsTj Ihw CTIC- ALBJENTIST Rail Road Accident Near New Hope A most disastrous wre k was narrowly averted on Saturday night last aboutTeight o lock as the passenger train on the L j neared Coon Hollow carry ing hundreds of passengers many f them returning from the Pic ic at Midway Park A freight train Justin front of the passen er and which was supposed to itb ave cleared the switch was IJ still upon the main track when the engine pf the passenger Is btlwbiclland the engine badly daintgedo No one on the freight sustained any serious injury however on he passenger train the oicu pants of the coaches were CU4 siderable shocked and shaken lid one of them air Hilary Holishouser received very seri us injury having been thrown t down between the cars bis back fi was broken by his Sail The c slow rate of speed at which both trains were moving is all that prevented a much more disas trous accident A wrecker was ent out from Louisville and after iindustriously working at earing away the debris it was fter two a m Sunday before the passenger train supliedo with an engine sent out from thep ty was able to proceed orf its route Tile passengers weary sleepy and generally uncomfort ble yet thankful fr the avert disaster whiled away the l hours of waiting as best they could Bard town Standard Those Pies Of Boyhood OV delicious were the dies of boy ood No pies now ever tasteso good whats chahged the pies No strongIrhealthystoma the active kidneys the regular bowIel boyhood Your digestion is poor and you blame the food Whats eeded A complete toning up by JEUectric Bitters of allTprgaps of dL geston Stomach Liver i neysc owelTry them Theyll restore t your boyhood appetite and apprecia tion of food and fairly saturate your t odywith new health strength andtjt vigor 50c at Haydan Robertson Wants to Find His Family t Judge AW Pickerill has re i cieived a letter from JV Hagan Athens Ala in which he asks for assistance Tn securing information about his family Hagans real name was Daw son Between 1871 andU1875 his father died at Jacksonville Fla His mother Was on her way from i hat place to Louisville and at 3lizabethtoWn she gave thef child to Beth Hagan and hiswifc t is supposed that the chili was legally adopted by pagan and hIS wfe but the records at theI court house do not show of anyJ entry to that effect Mrs Hagan was a Miss Middleton whose family Jive near Hammonsyille She bad live brothers John Ed James Aleck and Ben Hagan mfe raised somewhere near Bardstpwn but once lived at Sprnglie1d Ky Mr Hagan is very anxious to secure information that will tell him where he can find any of his own family or the family into which he waSadopted Anyone who can supply him with this information will please write to Judge Pickerill at Hodgenyitle of J W Hagan Athens Ala Hodgenville Herald T StormsfJ JlTKesstormsof yesterday and- y i today wrought havoc for the farmersfleprts from High Grove andTCoxg Creek neigh borhoods give distressing accounts of damage to corn fields J and tobacco crops Mr Jim Abel had twentyfive acres of corn rained also Mr Mack Mijler sustained a similar loss EJumphrev Bros Coxs Creel had a four year old mSle killed by lightning Considerable amount ot hail Jell hi these sections The rain fuJi for these two days is estimated at abou 158 in each a3Bardstow Standard i Y Every Body Satisfied Who has tried Dr Bells PJneTat Hoseyforoughs colds lagrippe or flay throat cr broththial trouble Get fa iHrtfle today Solu evcrwher4 Look for tl bdlfiHl the b tti l v k i Iw Ii CAUGHT AT t SAN fRAN ISCO r Jin Joseph Wndling Alleged Murder fLittle Alma T ed KellnerI to San Francisco Cal July 30 Joseph Wendljrrg believed toe the murderer of little Alma ILellner of Louisville was arrested in this city shortly before noon by two deste tives from the local f tcebHe was caugh in thq third storyt f a boardinghouse and was rushed atonce to the office of pitheaWendlingM irtin thatlhislname thWndtingc j Louisville admitted also itknowin tohet ion with the KcUnen case The tehieft once with the hrfpeof securing aDconfessipn but as far as known has ndtyet admitted anything Wendling was captured in aoj Thirdrstrjeet lodging house bYB Petectivess Ryajniand Burke of the iocaj department He made of no resistance and admitted to theo ffi cers on the way to tIflotrison that he was Wendling reWcndlirebsuIt of a note sentby an unInowth erson to San Franciscos qetec tltlvelings address The nolewasf unsigned as far as known aThewould be found atNo 341vrhirdl street That was chisP ago and when the detectives b went to the place they found a racant lot Adjoining this was ta lodging house at34o Third street The place is conducted by a French tiwomanman answering to Wendlingsy descriptiqn had ever stayed heseWA watch was maintained bout the place however an3 his morning the detectives de termined to search the houseSWendlibg was found hiding under the sink in the kitchen le d nied that he was the man but the mark of the bulletwound by Isnthewas in the French army was discovered and investigation It disclosed the ship tattooed on his body Wheq the officers spoke of these Wen liDg broke do n and admitted his identityl l WeKdling has been sough V forO in thifenty for three weeks He was wailed to Vallejo a town birtymiles sway by Chief of Detectives J4 P Carney of the jbuisyille dpartment after a chase that led across the contij nent F futhe description furnished by Carney Chief Q1 Police Stamrord of Vallejo re cognized a man who had been o living in Vallejo for several weeks but who had disappeared as soon as Carney arrived Jar ney and Stamford took up the trail which lled to this city and placed the cise in the hand ofI a the local department ftllIiordlCJ remaining to aid in i while Carney returned td Louis l vlll 1dfanyId presence in tinecity were found by the Officers but they could not lay hands on the man hima iself On Wednesday night a i net was Irawn about a house l where the unsigned note received 11 by Captaihof Police Wall saId Wendliog would beIlbfII fcund r The officers lay in wait all night but the tnandidnotcome A local paper published the story of the ease and the detec Lives feared Unit the suspect would ipcapo but redoubledll their guard Or the exits of the city and kept up the hunt Today DotecMves Ryan and J t Burke became convinced that the mauwas in the buiding orIhad been there recentLy determined to search the house Wendling denied any connec tion with the murder of the girl his talk with the District At torney add police He describ his nderngssince leaving Lojiisville saying that he went New Orleans thence to Texas and finally to Yalltgb where Carney found his trail i 1 shlShot i j Deputy arahalDan Patter on of Elizubethjtown who is a- rother of Jailer Charles Xi Pat rson of E odgenville was shot and wounded by some unknown eison last Saturday night J bout 1130 oclock the shot penetrating his leg below thigh It alarmed mahy of the tizens of Eizabathtjwn as- ey j fplt that it was an attempt assassinate the Marshal When the shot struck Mr Patdrson he fell to the ground ands was picked up and carried tofr Striklers office where the j wound was attended to The shooting occurred in frontt the home of the negro Brookst eeler and the shots were evi deotlyfireu by some one inside the house or else from ihe just in fronttj t eeler and his wife were ar sted and lodged in jail Theys oth claim that the woman did j ei shooting but many tbinkl j at tthis is a pretense made in order to protect the man as iit isIJ believed that he did the firing s he was arrested by Patterson ptingTheatterson by the woman is tbatJ e shot at he dogs Mr Patterson wound is re ported tobe doing nicelya Rue Jaunty Herald There is more Catarrh in this sec on of country than all other easesc ut together and until the lJagt few I ears was supposed to be incurable For a great many years xloctors pro noiinced it a local disease and prescribed lucal remedies and by constantly failing to cure wlthlocalc tm ut pronounced it incurable has proven catarrh tp be a constitutional l disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured P J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio the only constitutional cure on the market It Is taken internally iin doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful acts directly on the blood andmu cous surface of the system They otTer one hundred dollars forany case it fails to cure Send for circu lars anp testinonials Address F J Cheney Co Toledo htd Sold by Druggists 75c Taks Halls Family Pills for coh sripation Well Known Here AmarrIagewhich came as a great surprise to their many friends was solemnized at Brad ordsville Monday evening at 8 clock when Mrs Amanda Bradley became the bride of Mr Joseph Avritt The ceremony was performed at the home of Mr Baker Terhune Rev T F Walton officiating Thebride is sister of Mrs Baker Terhune f Brad ordsville and Mrs J P Fidleri ot this city arid has lived with the former since thd fIrIRfIr sually bright aUf lady and has made many true friends in this county since moving to Bradfordsville to reside Mrf Avritt is a prosperous farmer the BradfoHsville section is well know i and widely andinllueiitui y llate in this county Lubjnoa Falcon JrtSchool Tax NoticeCo Schcoll taxes for Uic year 1910 now dun All persons aro here jby notifiedto call on the treasurer J JsamoJ G C Wharton Treasurer rrZs1 f 1 AreDoctors Akray GodnFoolisli question Yet some people act as if a medicine could take tjie place of a doctor The best medicine ii the world cannot do this Have a family doctor consul him frequently trust him fully If y did not believe doctors endorsed Ayers Cherry Pectoral for coughs and colds we not offer it to you Ask your doctor Np alcohol jj5 otigh medicine JCArCoLowe1Mass thdIf not bdicYedoctOllead0rH4 AyeVsFor conMlpMlon bll oui skIt aot ofltr ttwa to lOL Ak jour own doctor abcul t4kLfrdliaPwould j ft I KILLED BY f LIGHTNING James jBet Colored Killed in Barn of rtii Thompson near Ltt i During the electrical storm on1 last Thursday Jim Best a colored man tooKnrkige Irom the storm nab moo the farm of Robert Thompson near itsey where he met his death bv lightning In qompany with his boy he had j been working jn his tobacco patch and when the storm came l up both ran for shelter the father to the stobk barn and the boy to the large tobacco barn nearby After the storm the boy went home believing his a rather would do the sa me Hew ever when dinner time came he id not ppear Mr Nat Tliomp o1welt to the barn at noon to j feedhisetock and discovered Best cold in death The fight IEtopIE tt the boxiLg in its ciursedown ward Best when found was Jying near the door and a calf Which was struckwas lying close o him Coroner Grume had a jury ummoned and they viewed the Jbodythat his body was frightfully Vmmed and his clothing was partly burned torn His shirt being ourned j and his hat and shoes being torn to shreds Best was an j honest and up right colored man ho held the I respect of all He vas abuut 35 I years orIIge anti leaves a family Why Salves rail To Cure fczema l Scientists are now agree that the eczema germs are lodged not in the quter skin or epidermis but in th inner skin Hence a penetrating IqucLIs required not an outward salve th4f togs tho pores We recommend to all eczema patlerfts the standard prescription Oil of Wlntergreen as compounded in I liquid form known as D D D Prescription A trial bottle of this D D D Prescription at only 25 cents will instantly relieve the itcfy We have sold and recommended this remedy for years find know of wonderful cures from its use We recommend JIII to our patronS Hajjdon Rob eTHonj r f Committed Suicide Matt Bond the nineteensear old son of J L Bond a well known stock trader o Lawrence burg antI nephew of Dr R H CJrosstieid president of Transyl vania University Lexington committed suicide Tuesday night by shooting himself throughthe head with a 32caliber pistol Young Bond who was a clerk inj theidry goods of G B Hawkins J Co was married to Miss Blanche Nowlin the pretty fifteen yearoiddaughter of A jINowlin of Tyrone some fifteen monthsago but they became es tranged five or six months ago and separated On Monday Mrs Boad wno miking her home witch her parents vent to Lawrence burg td visit the family of W A Gortney In tIe even ing she and her husband drove from Lawrencebarg to Tyrone i and returned about 11 oclock When they arrived at the home of Mr Gortney Bond got out of the buggy and told his wife good bye three times and at the time telling her that it would be the last time Then he went to the rear of the vehicle jwherehe shot himself dying at once Mrs Bond was almost prostrated with grief She states that she and her husband had arranged to go to housekeeping The news off the tragedy was a severe shook to the citizens as Mr Bond was in his usual good spirits at his work Monday although he hadI shown the pistol which was a new one to some of hisfelLowI clerks remarking t Jdandy ft Mr Bond formerly t lived tiear McAfee this county 1JIartPc burg Hertild We can press your old suit imd make it Ibok 1as good as nei r llrIplace of businlssMer Cur l grocery Sntra1 first dftr below CLerkoffici rY ILouisvlle jIJ John RobinsonV 10 Bif 1ShqwsI I I The only great circus t menageriethat has not andIr the circus tru3t is the famous tJohn Robinson 10 Big li owsCL the oldestandrichestamusmentt institution in existence With dbehmdd hasN never changed its name or title DandRobinson bands its growth has been of the kind that insures eminence and solidity In size its one of the wodds wonders carrying a thousand peoplell five hundred horses hundredsof wild animals and requiring four great trains of cars to transportCJ An enormous array of high sal aried arenic stars from European America including no less p than thirty riders 100V acrobats and gymnasts 50 aerial artisi 0 clowns elcJetc present a program so varied artislic ands exciting as to defy competition Its zoological exhibit is so yast and comprehensive its coll ec s gns of rare animate and inanimate objects from all over the world are so interesting as to make an educational display of g great value to old and young Among the special features of ptQDat interest are the eight Lowandas famed1as the greatest riders in the whole gwideof performing elephants DAri Devil Dart Warren Travis Mhe strongest man on earth the horseback riding sea lions a complete wild west including 50 cow boys 30 cow girls SOjeal blanket Indians Russian CoseS4cks and Japanese scouts Mexican Horsemen vanquerOst tribe of Singalese troupe of J Arabs and a unique and unpre cedented Camp of the Nations There will be a great street parade eclipsing anything of the kind ever attempted beforef SThispoditively appear in nil itscomEpleteness for two performances 1ati Lawrenceburg Aug 13th ICouhA Cold whaitnesSyouPineTarronevItnFhbor Look for the bell on the bottlell tcOHIO SALOONKEEPER l Arrested Charged witl Being a Member of the Newarkh MobbCojumbusr Ohio July 3lL- J Bolton aged 32 years a Newark O saloonkeeper is held here under a charge oi first de gree murder in connection with the lynching July8 at Newark of Carl M Etberington an Anti Saloon League special officer He is alleged to have placed the noose about Etheringto s neck The arrest was effected this evening at Dejeware O by Detective Claude McNeil of Columbus Detectives operating under Attorney GeneralDenman have been searching for Bolton since July 15 when he left Newark Be was traced to West Baden Ind Hot Springs AfkM and Atlantic City N J and Magnetic Springs near Dele ware Boltons saloon was one of the places raided at Newark on the day of the lynching He iiiS political power at Newark Notice to t Cpntr ctori Work for 125 miles of turn pike in the county has not been contracted for P rsons desir ing to contract for same will call upon the undersigned as soon as possible I will also lett the contract for the erectjon an abutmentori the Valley Hill pike For plans t and specI c I lions see the undersigned Bids will be received bet weep now and August lObh for the abut ment J R playes g Road Stfpervisor WhtWantd B D lAke wuts isy jjljjjj 1I tU 1 rtL R jj4SUBSCRJpflij fR i r N a i a ipN iiC1tRLISLE Former Kentuckian Die in t r New York c NtrkJuyJohn Gc arlisle former Secretary ofct he Treasury who had ben riticaU ill for the past two l nY died at his apartments in ev York at 1050 oclock tIihtof heart f iliire accom i patiied toy oedama of the lungs The body will be sent to Washington tomorcbw and the t funeral probably will be held from fariheresidencewhich ishi still retained there because off the many cases he argued be tf fore theTJnited States Supreme s ourt Burid w 11ba in the Umliy lotat Covington Ky John Grffin Carlisle noter publicist scholar and statesman wasborn in Kenton county Ky t Sjep ember 5 1835 He was the on oft L Band Mary U Rey noldjs Carlisle Hfe married Mary Jane Good oni of Coyingt n Ky in Janu ary 1857 knd the next year le1 was admitted to the bar and J all f the prajtlce of laW He was a R pre eotative iit the Kenticky L gislalredurinr 185961 pndatnember of the Sean e from 186671 In 1868 he was elected dele ate at llargeto the Democratic Nationan Convention andim Lieutenant Governor qf Kentuc ky from 1871 to 1875 He wa chosen alternate Presidentja lector at large in 1876 During the year 189791 he was a member of Congress be- lected Speaker of the House in 1883 the position beheld at the of his resignation May 26 890 He then toolkup the Un expired term of S hatdr Jame Bo Heck deceased He resigned from the Senate February 4 1893 to becomY cretary of tne Treairjr iI President Cleveland cabinet He was affiliated with the Na tional gold standard Democrat ic par ty n 1896 Nepoleons 0KIf was of the unconquerable nfcjversay die kindthe kind that you nejed most when you have a bad cold cough or lung disease Suppose troches svfups cod liver of or doctors have all failed dont lose heart or hope Take Dr Kings New Dia coyery Satisfaction is fjuiirentee6 when used for any throat or lung- rouble It has saved tboueande o- iopolesufferera It masters stub orn colds o obstinate coughs hemor rhages la grippe croup asthma bay fever and whooping cough and is the most safe and certain remedy for all bronchial affections 50c 8100 Tria bottle freeat Haydon Koberteon One Cause of Bad Coffa Jih1 niusi fur unilnlable cjofifee ntteu bt tntid lotlu cotton bag 1 In tutIdg It Cift like butter ind milk hjs tlir quality IIr nbsnrhlnp dny rs trill uilur rcud2 stud Ittllv bflR lias nul tetII properly cleanswl mnjr be sitr lo take the ttlJ e fruqi the flavor ot tin orrt erhp ung fjtnnoX bi ScaklMl In soapsuds and ever agfllnl bejfne ruin a tnlut of Jbe suds Once a week Is tint too of tell tomnkea fresh bas from new cheespclotli After use It should be washed In cleat watet andbe scalded and dried A rtne Shortcake For deljdlous shortcnbotbezaost 4 ttcious known ramke baking fpowil t WscuJtR break Jliemln two while foot 1mlU1 tiiOui broken side tip od a phtt ter and pile each with xtrawberrien tbcrt have been cut In two or thnMt pIes nud leO lu sucar for half M bonr or so or the bfrrlos may btwMli wl and sweetened Thire should be t StJod nllowonre of berrlesnnd juice In I bowl to senre as sauce on the bfc cu ts I Vanilla let Cream With Ma JlrtMftl Put two of three tablespOonfuls Il uiaple strut In the bottom of a tfctr betcupt lldn well rounded table spoonful of vanilla Ice cream sad sprinkle a tablespoouful of chopped walnuts on the top of the cream Cara wet or chocolate alrup may be uetht the same way or preserved stmwbet rles orbar leduC cnrrant may replace the sirups SeiipI lamb teal or chicken nicely flavored wlthonkm celery parsfeJiierb audrnrrot ad onefourth ofiaJciSpful of oatmeal awl sUr until bolIniLet sluttfter nflhonr then strain When readY to serve atlr In the yolks of two eggs beaten art raised with half cupful ot cteam i Do not let boll after the addition oCtKf etl yolks Make Piniapp JMiIr oM e the psoeiss ke wMb RCwl 1a 9fi brd aahleoy1f i isI4b 011 JWt r r1 l r IJ- rijL I Mr Thoraa Darbii a crpw ter about tbirt1 IYKraelwwho hyena Ath rtomTni Jfcte Quntyeorfl1tl iieiU 7 14 koneaidSJdoubleWM ataniiQR in the back yard bTug justgo arotaid LltebotiM and peering throigh a dot b1rtt IId c JiIr W1Iftlomelung wtidw9ras I Thratrot Ji i fthey rysbedQ 1DtIrfejl 1 ors and had Jut rech d house When ifMi beardih tie was rilki Ddlf hat hw mini IMM tIif MtPIU ttor several daji Tfe ftt Maw the killing Wk Misr Tease LafolleiU anti AUx Merri deld anl Oifyaadi al aftttSI O stayill t Ofieni co stay away TLtMicrthe suicide madtb 3 VPblesired work iw1itri wlmtli t Qaddiscbar O 4 Ai W ielhat tbe 1irettr poffew st kit ilead Kislirowa Uto MUlfvMt u i v nen s LRijr itl Uelllifele WaP4 f Is it worU 2t eitrW j 1 chat awful 1IOUliIttteal and soothe that Wiiiwe IbCIIj eruption JeBy arrangeiaemt with the D Dcrjabdratoriea of Ckko Vc are ae aiake a special oVer of i iteeV aottle u tkelre41 ofwUit roujd knowa DD Idoa Callo wrlteortepe w ffIydon Roert nS Wfc absolutely kmoir tkattK k ttopped AT ONCE bfe Dfc DrZ j crl lon amd tIle cures all aet 6 cje pnaaaent t i Ga II J Harrodftbnrf Kr Jiilr If While boring for wa4te W kk Carina ft ftrodbrgZgjC1 Tk2 Ji6- 0iteef A ilri1ftinithe flamo aleup tfeett ant bura dior iki untl smothered otlt i JKenttkyFafr Dsb i ltiJ The following are thsalsfix jd for boldinr tile lC faKky I 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TO MISS = S TTU t WASHNGTON COUNTYFAZR AT THE FAIR GROUNDS4 SPBINGFIELD KYI I J T l lGJ 11 iC JT 7 t- tt f I 7f BjcI C tr qi- ll Aji i k Ladies Free Firs t DavChiidrens Day Second Day jLt II frrT 11 OTTII kTQ i J 1IJFor Further Informationi write 2 rI I ft I I IRj I IUNO FOR0 EVERYBODY0 iiitd i I i T C CAMPBELL Sectefapw ill 17 lit WWHEADEBIII 1PRINGPIELD KY IjJIDzYm l TKU3DATt t ll lIE JOSEPn POLIN iJift= t1toc and Publishers J frJm DAZ AUG 4 1910 WJBCNALgn Mm SMiPnu his returned I firMi a pjfefcMnt yiaifc to friends aM tclfttifea in Scott aid flar MoriI3I lltip 3 0 Marksbury oft b1eontl is visiting Mrs P J Thomas and Miss Blanche 4ta Water this week Mrs Will McPherson who Mi ni11t her home is now isiproving r t fr Jas Whartoni of Michi p 4s visiting his parents fry Mrs Katie Neale and daugh t 4 i r Elizabeth of Louisville are i x vkiitiif relatives here Mrs Mollie Mayes and son Charles have gone to Fort Sbott Kansas to visither daugh ter Mrs Jas 0 Chescheir t MrJCdwin Cftrlisle Litsey ofr I IttbanpQ is spending the week with him wife and daughter who are visiting her parents Mjr and i Mrs W E Secwn1 4 Mr Rod Wharton of Louis ville is vllitiDIrelatiyeg herea il4rand Mrs T Hood Cun I lf4f Bingham have returned from their honeymoon trip to Niagara I vllr J E Carrico of Nelson county spent a few days berEff t 1i last weekIMiss CatbarineGore of Hod I gensville Ky is the guestt ofIIf friends here I J jalr and Mrs J D Hardin of vv Chattanooga Tennare visit oiO1PC his father Mr B J Hardin vMrs Lula Kelly and son Richard Louis and E 0 and Mrs JC Mudd and daughter Gladys Mrs John C Shader Mrs G D Eobertson Jr1 Mrs Monroe Cecil and Nellie immsI are speDding the week atTatham Sprgs Miss Lula Timmbns rL ban on is visiting 1Mrs T W Simms Sr If Misses Mary Sallie Carrico Hettie Rudd Ella Duncan Eve lyn Royalty and Jeunie Redding have returned from the Univer rLj sity of Tennessee at Knoxville Mrs Garlacd Thompson bl i Evansville Ind is visiting reives bere p Miss Celia Smith of Chicago Ill lathe guest of Miss Laura Baker f rDedlffomMrs C D Robertson is visiting In Lexington this week Mk Gladys Rogers of Lou grille is yisitmg Miss Mthg- araRobri Bl 4 vl-5i j JR 0 Craycroft and chug r of Cincinnati are t kLr1atVea hire AViMUttie Arnold of Texas Z SrvjsitiB Mis Jennie Leachman cH Mr Clifton Leachman has re f titrced from a trip to Kansas r Mits May Spilding of Bards t cj tormrljaB returnedto her homt jr aliir a visit to Miss bertha Wdon r p j lN M Carrico has reo 4iiN after a ClcmentiI I Cecelia and Sarah Bar I herof of Bardstown ar the guesta Mr and Mrs J L Barber Mr and Mrs T Hood CunSp hingham in Louisville GdayMiss Mattie piLouisvillerents Mr and Mrs RDThompson Miss Payne who has beetth stof Miss Mabel Williams has returned to her home in Louisyille MessrsChas Camden H M ssJ A Boulware and LlA Burns iwent to Lexington yesterday IMrsT W Simms Sr enter tamed a number of friends on Ias Monday those present were Mrs E 0 Walker Mrs R LJJ Boldrick Miss Agnes Kuhn MissjNancymons and Mrs Katharine Neale Mrs C H Mclntire hasre turned from a visit to relatives in Meade county Miss Mary Ramsey of North Carolina Js visiting her aunt Mrs R E C LawsopJSMiss LJzzie IIMrsMr Joe Sweeney of LouisvilleII is the guest bf his Alice Thompson inMrnumber of friends at a storm party on Ills Tuesday evening Mrsi Kate Williams and daughter Miss Mabel will leayethrlast of the week for a visit tto h viendsMrs Jas Gentry of the Grundy Home will visit hr parents in Harrodsburg this week Mr C R McEJroy of Kansas City Mo will arrive inj a few days to visit his parents Mrs Bradley of LofuisvilleTis visiting at the Grundy Home Mr Chas Dedman of Bar rodsburg washere Tuesday Mrs W C MdChord and daughter Miss Annie svere in Louisville Monday J Mr JasIA Allen ana wife of JBloomfield spent Su41liy with Dr anti Mrs W W Ray Messrs John S McElroy Jr and H M Grundy are in Danville today Mr Jas C McEroy was in ibuisuilleMrs A M Hays has returned to Louisville after a visit toher parents Mr and Mrs AVjv H Liiachman f Mrs Tessie Will ams of Bards town is visiting her sister Mrs L T Spalding f Wallace Brown of Bards 1Mrs spent a few days hre 1lafst week c oJBardstownwas r day Messrs 8M Campbell and JoeBishop attended the Hinkle sile atBIoomfield yesterday Mrs RH Edelen of Louis yule is the gustof Miss Carl lt Edelenl INotic The firmo Jarboe C huving sold eirrfjour milKto Mc Whorter Wells all persons knowing themselves indebted to the old firm are requested iOcaf and fettle promptly JWJARBOflC- Oj j Hardins Chapel Mrs Lee giatt and children taentW Fen wick Several from here attended the arty at Fenwick Saturday night Mr and Mrs Will Bouls dine vithMrs Nellie Logsdon Suu lay fj spent1uesdayMisses Fenwick Mr H S Litsey and daughp bOmejafter Mr and Mrs Roy Fenwick 2ud daughter Eloise have re aIweeks stay with relatives at 7th is placeI Mr1 and Mrs Marion Sweeney lspentSunday with Mrs Nellie Logsdon Mr and Mrs StanlevFenwick and daughter Waneta spent Friday with Mrs R P Lanlr m Mr Wade Beasley spent Sat u rday and Sunday with relatives near Dugansyille Mrs Margaret Brewer and Ili Prank spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs G W Ftwick v Mr Albert Lauham spent Sunj day with Mr Walter Logsdtwi Mr Genrge Cocanougherl J and Edward Fenwicir spent Monday Lebanon Mr and MrsR P Lanham dined at the hone 6f H S Fen wick Suuday Miss Noreen Hollandsee has returned to her Home in Louis withMrsMrs Arthur Whiteman spent Monday with Mrs Bettie Canary Mr JosephtWathen of Leb anon was o jn our community jSaturday 4 Fenwick v 9 Mrs Mattie HoraiQ 1 and Mss Annie Horan of Lebanon spent a few days last week with Mr S C Begley and family e Mr and Mrs1 Will Barkeriaad chiJdrenand Mrs Bert Wiilston spent Saturdaymght and Sun flay with J D Barker and fami- lyl Little Howard Smith who S been very ill is greatly improv ei r Miss Annie Wekhif Burgen i visiting her sister Mrs R B Graves at this place Several from here attended the pjcuic at Fredericlisburg Saturday Misses Rpxie Cissell and Leona Graves ivero the pleasant guests of Mis Mary Rose Janes Tues day night The dance given at Mi DaniRogers Thursday night was well attended andallteported a nice time f i1Lfveturnetl home f om Tatham Springs where they have been for the benefit of their heaUji IaryRoseJanesanjlank r bsfa t- dLeonGtves Sunday afternoon Mrs Lou Logs d01 is very sicli at this writing iJ Mfss Pearl Penwick spent a few days lastrweelr with her un cie Mr A L itGryoMiss Roxie Cissell spent Frii day Igbt with her sister Mrs James Lanham JeTr Forrest Ousick was in our midsttStirlayniMbt JKiand Mrs Loyd Walkt jjjjjjjjjjj j Miss Lena Cissell from Spring field spent Sunday here Mis Mary joe Tanesg entdr med a number of her friends Tuesday night in a very charm ing manner frs Nannie Fe wipl and daughter Pearl spent Monday wlthher sob Lftyd r Two in One trBells AntiPain iisTboth atiintConal and external remedy It i1s an antiseptic Remedy and dcstrdjs di s ase fferitis Sold everywhere on a pofitiyeVuarentee Y Litsey Miss Francis Margin who has bften visitiagi Miss Ellen Gregory l ffor thepast two we ks has rd turned home Miss sarah Trent is the guest of Miss Grace She ran Miss Mabel Price spent Sat u rday and Sunday with MhaEmma RosePotin Missi Cztrolinei Jones who has ben visiting relatives bas re turned to Louisville Mis Layinia OConnor spent the latter part of the week with Miss Sue Edgehon Mr D R Litsey wild and son spent Satui day nigthviui Mr and Mrs J I JMartin lis Grace Shehan will spends t reheSpringfield with Miss Lei Ro berts MisS Sue Edgertonenteitaine at six oclock dinner FrHay t ahesepreezflinia OConnor Sue Reed Logan Neall Messrs Davison Red WMitCharley and Ed Litsey The ice cream supper given by the Ladies Missionary Socie ty at the home of Dr and Mrs J B ApprIwas quite a sucs cess as the sum of 40 was reall zid The base ball game betweenl the Litsey Stars and Sharpsville which was to have been pjayed Saturday was called off on ac eouitof wiet ground il Where The Sun Never Sets knoelCorbe welcomed I The death augel visited tie home of Mr V PLewis on July 27 and took away their lit tle twovear old daughter Elsie also visited Mr Jake liumes homo audtoik away tliair little six months old daughter TbCbereaved parouts have the sylli1 pathy of the community Mr J 13 Jenkins was calltd Friday to the bed side of his brother Mr 4Vil Jenkins hlCirklan4wtiotyphoid fever Mr and Mrs Lsftvyette Wells of Lexington visited lilssisterI Mrs Garrett Olark Monday arid Tuesday Mr Oliver Sanders closed Lsd tsingingSuifdiiy as be Js a good teacher i we regret to see him lleaved We were qBite surprised ilol hear of the wedding of MIES Rosa Armstrong daughter of Mrs Bertha Garner to Mr Carl Goodlett son ofIJr Ike Gpoillptt of Kirkland tije brjde being 13 the grcorar 2and a long and happy life for them is the wish of the write MrTi1jam Gordon and daughter Mrs Henry Scot spent Vtlie iatter part of lus3tn week with Mr and Mrs Efislia White Mr Del Edgerton was iis Q iJ conimunity Sunday afternoon Bro Moore and Bro Hamilton L jjjndajjjjjJjjA f I t SI t The meetiTig is a success and wilt close Wednesday night August 3d 8 HillsboroV IT Several from here attended the Macchabee Decoration cat Willisburg Sunday j Mr J S Suttonof Penwick sp AtentbyuierwifejspentM suirJ A C ulter ahd family at d VilIisbUIgjHim anTolinhnd Edward Hanbv and family qner1 at the home of Era lusl rkinsSunday KMissMissl Maggie Montgomery spenti Thursday with Mrs Nan SCQtt this place Miss Nellie Willett of Springih field spenfcJast week with Miss z 1ma MfIIvo 1 Commissioners Sale Wiihingt n Circuit Court Ky 1o hfHWi1Iiams PlfT EguityMary rt3y virtuepf a Judgntent andorderlof I sale of the Washington Circuit Court ndered at the May term 1910 in the ove styled cause I shall proceed to t inTerin Springfield Kyf on MONBAYAUGUST 1910 between 1 and 3 oclock pm beingne county coiirt day to the highest bidder t public auction upon accredit of 2 thnt1property towit The fowned by the late Lev ilams commonly known as the Jim jHolloway farm located about one mile west of Pojin Washington county Ky pikelJohn Hardesty James Benham Sr Lem Chesser nnd W C Eddleman IThis farm contalnabout 200 acres of fine land of which 73 to 100 acres is landtnndstock barn good new tobacco barn with the outbuildings usually found On a firstclass farm We would call at tention to the fact that this place it speciallywolle watered lying as it does on the watersof both Little Beech Fork and Long Lick This place will be sold fby the acre survey to be made prior today of sale aa per order of court For t ie purchase price the purchascf or purchasers with approved security i j arIiugj terms C F BOSLEY M C WC C 1 Commissioner dale Wa hTngtoji Circut Court Ky ifattie Mal nglyaliJurx1c PUT TvsRobert rttingrly Ac Dfts Ily virtue bin Judjjnicnt and order f sale of the Washnigton Circuit i bJRproceed to olTr for sale at the Court Housedoor in Springfield Ky on MONDAY UGUSaat 5 oclock lrttdjr thereaWVitAo tAie j ighest bklder atpublic auction cicreditthe foHowln g described property totwit JocMattlnglyLum Cambron place about 4 miles from Springfield Ky in Washington county on the waters of Pleasant Rut a cndbrooke Jr Silas Logsdon Lloyd Hay t John F Simms and RobQrt Mat i J tingly c Thia farmcontains 139 acres t9ld 3tpole and is equipped with a large and substantial brick hqjise good stock and tobacco barns is well fenced yell watered and hits the same soil tjjathas made the farms rying along Pleasant Run so desirable and so eagerly sought by purchasers Fbr the purchase price the pur chasers with Approved security or sureties must execute bond bearln untUclpaido fa Judgment Bidders will be pre paredto comply promptly with these i terms CyBOSE Y M cw C Ch 4 7 7e can pressyo rrfoldsur c gbd asntnciniaeitlookas Gall and give uV a trial at our h place of business over Currys Irgrbelow Clerks office The Louisville Pressing CQ 111 jKfervouB or Sick Headaches VDl hell ntckhr tQ the JnDQcQce ot DrjK1 w tII ei 2 eE L i 4 ASSIGNEES SALE OF 0 SPRINqsA1 w Qn jr THURSDAY AUGUST 18 1910 J t Y About the hour of One oclock pm Jthe front door of the hotel of Tatham Springs Washington county Ky sell at public auction all th property ownedsaid company onsistirtg of about seven fcres of land pI1 ahichis situated the celebrated Tathajt prmgs a story Hotel Building Stables Power House Ice House wling Alley Servants Houses and other necWsa buftuildzsV ti The Hotel contains aboutthirty J ed rooms all frontint onbrodverandas all t and furnituiebedding Jnecessary furnituretable for the continuation of tile business as a health and pleasure resort I This hotel is situated on a Beautifully Shaded Jsland above highwater overlooking Chaplin Rfver which affords ex Tllent fishing boating and bathing The hotel is supplied with water from the spring by a firstclass water system This property will be sold as a whole and for the reason that the owners cannot give the business the attention demands to maintain iit as an attractive firstclassl Jfealth and pleasure resort as it should and can be under proper andv j id attentive management tThe property is situated on the Automobile line as established lby the Automobile Clubs of Kentucky and on thcprojected line from Louisville to connect with thetrolley system lowmaintained in Central Kentucky and iis acceMJble by otherconveyancesfrom all points in the State tc- YThe merits ofthe Celebrated Tatham Water is known throughout Kentucky and in other States The naturaL ad vantages of this place is not surpassed by any similar resort in Kentucky V Mrs S E Wornall is now in charge of the hotell amf wiil take pleasure in showing the property to any persons who Itmay be interested iin the sale The will behold l for onefourth h the Jproperty remainder payable in one two and three years The purchisfr will be required to execute not s for the deferred payrnents bearing iinterest from lJet dty or sale at the rate ofm p j5 ntum adaus3atper annum and paynb annually with good and J maturity all of the notes to become due Ifanpurchaser desires further time los payment than as above indicated the extension can be arranged on satisfactory Iterms to be agreed on e Wv E EtCMANJ Assignee of Tatham Springs Co SAHotelNOTICE Sealed tydg received up jto and inclutl gthe DAY OF AUGUST 1910 I20th the Co Judgeor Co Attor ys office at Springfield Ky for painting the Steel bridges b longing to county Steel bridge v Lebanon pike near Goodloes 32 feet t Steel bridge ardfitown pike near Springfield 34 feet 4 Steel bridge near St Rbse 100 feet Steell bridge Springfield and Perry ville pike near Neikirka 48 feet Steel bridge Pleasant Run 75 feet Steel bridge Long Run 30 feet Steel bridge Little Beech Springfield and Mackville pike 120 feet Stpel bridge Glens Battle feet Orteknetr Steel bridge buifg near Keene s 130 feet Steel bridge Mayds Crteknear Bakers 66 feet v teeV bridge Jenkineville 42 feet Steel bridge Long Lick near Henry Reeds 50 feet bridge South Prong near ISteel 30 toot bridge Glens Cre k FoX Creek i iknenr McMHlinB 56 feet Steclbridge Chapim River near Tatham 150feoti v Steel bridge Sale ord near Grigsby 144 feet fonsSteel bridge ParkerrRun near Alex- hompeon119 feet Steel bridge Washington and Nelson counties joint 280 feet Separate bids must be mufle for each Sptingfield sOlassOl cHned before paint is applied All exposed parts of steel including joist and sills and rods undrnoeth flooring RIllIand bhi c rods are be painted tubetJf ept the joists sill and brace rods of the bridge across Little Beech near Keeiies All to be one coat work cx- cptthc bridge at Maud which i to be wo coat work July 26th 1010 BULITSEY Co Jwlge r s SIAYES Co Attorney Committee Ncpoloons Grit r h of the uncohqjicrable nevcrsoy die kind the kmU that Sj0 needsniost when you haveh bad cold cough or lung disease Suppose troches cough svrups cod liver oil or doctors ave till failed dont lose heart or liope Take Dr Kings New Dis oycry Satisfaction udrentced hen used foir any throat or I aa saved tboutfa IUngj paless5 ftors It masters r1rhagcsr1 t f ottfe free at Hayaon Robertson 7 e1fll J Ire j rjJ f NOTICE1iI f j toriZ save Mdneyand at the same timKetreliable goods I II I Ii bee our Iue Iif I Enameled Warelm A new lot of I ater Coolers+ Get our prices on1 Roofing and IIrtambin I calla ltt see our YII fI n Perfection 011 st vesJ DIAMOND GEifI Razors ILLI74r See our line of i O K FreezeI il I 11 tfIfB Call and see us when in toWn fm SSIIIILTZ CLAYER li t w JiI 4 1 ii I ri- V l i 11B1gsaIeOf nfLr J iI Tobaeo and Stook Farms i By virtue ot a erthe eint Circuit CojtMaster Commissiolier orthe Nelson I win uCuuit Court o- nVLOllday I J August 8 f94 JJ j at nb9ut the hour of 1 oclock m at the Courtiousein Bardstown Ky t sell tofhe higbewhat isjnown as the Basil Hayden lands bircontaiping in the69 acres on tint BeechFork river about mlles East of eg te Nehon WJII72actescounty county and the balnce iJ i tMortionAIarc Q1ftionof this Jandis land in these tracts Thereis a BPlendirighrOomreidefJqthome place good barns and improvements suited to raisingo tobacco or live stock No bitterneli iiiWnshington or Nelon counties1 theportlon lyingin WilMington county will be sold kpvSiThe home tract containing 526 acres will tJe Old rn threethen rts whole the bidmost c Said lnndswllbe noldonacredjt oT 6 J2andI8 f 4 nurchAseth give bond WitQapprovedsecuritythe jlCltreiMe bearinginterest frOm day of sale tt six per rent per aernm r W ToSPAlDING Master Coamiowr Nho CiF9dt errK 111 wfi4ilf l Il + 11it L J1 I I TTI DGTBURTON KKSIDENT DENTIST TEETh EXTRACTED 1IfHoUT PAIN cWgM Ka1a Blofek up stairs SPitt GJRlBLP KY JUl Betttal Work Strictly Firstclass r rthJtj11ULZ PijUcki ndSugeon Q cthourg 8 to9amt 1 to 2 pm oaeeover Haydonjs Drugstore JltLainptdnMD Office in Oten Mouse 0Ofilccl h ie NelJ Residence No 3O t WFIORIGSBY J ATTORNEY AT LAW oyreoptes i3Rk pjtiNOFjELD KY Dr MW HYATT OI over Red Cross Drug Stocf Ofilee hours Hyatt 1030 4 i1tato 12m 4tn 5 pm v 7rieiiN Y MAYS JURERAlt uIHECTOR pLIGEipii N EMBALMER TELEPHONE 74Li U GFIELn Kl jj IIt 1 Inroad Schedule I ijPoflowjnjg the tithe schedule c now in effect on the Bardstown and Springfield branch railroad M6 41 Leaves Louisville at- 43O pzli Brdslow Junction 522 p mj BardstownT 6C6 p mi irriyes at Springfield 655 p m No 42 LeaVes Springfield at 6bO mi Bardstown 645 a IIi Bardatown J nctiqa m rives at Louisville 820 a nj t No 43 Leaves Louisville air 720 a mj Bardstown Junction I 555a m Bardstown 10 05 a m arrived Springtield 114Q p m i i i N5 44Leaves Springfield at 100 p mj Bardstown 220 p m Birdstpwa Junction 410 pm ai4ies1LouisvUIe 545 p m- No 90 Sundays only Leaves Springfield 715 am Bardstof 09 am j Bardstown JunctIOn r i45mrr vei at Louisville 335 a a tl No 91 Sundays onlyLeaves9 Louisville lit 3OOpm Bards tofILunctln6 4 p Ill Batds- i town 7Lp m arrives at V Springfield at 8t2p p mv r E imt and Ornamentall L TREES Every thing for Ore haLawn mna Garden One Million Strawberry Plants r CataldKUlBS 3STo agents I 4n feIULLENNEY R t Lexington Kyt PPRBENT TI e subleon th Ueback of iule idenl naIS fiwo gboil stills t1 d carriag house in conneciioQ with lofcwel get in grass MflWLeWi if IEI TON HSJrt vU JTU LocI Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latesttt t AH About Yourself Friends IanI ACiJUlntallceli1f lM Hats at half price at Wathen Sbad irs Iain selling everything at coiL Miss Willie Knott l v FOR SALE ShdrtbGrn Bull 1 IC t Goddard Grundy J Buy a nice auto yeilat Wathen andTShaders ceatJA buggy at your OWDP A C Kimbairs l FOR SALE30Q bushels conn V CarrollKelly i ForSaie175 Stock Ewestt Sain Bottoms I Big reduction in all milli nery at Miss Willie Knolls millinery store FOR RENT Room over Pea pies Deposit Bank recently oc cupied as millinery room t WAN T EDAn experienced man to dig a well WC Hamilton r FOR RENT Rooms o erP J Thomas and roe Shaders gro cery Apply to L A Burns Mound CitYPaints may cosi a trifle more bu tlI Leo Haydon I ain reducing my stock of Millinery in order to make room for Fall goods Miss WillieKnott STRAYED Froth my farm about two weeks ago a 7001b red heifer Reward for informa tion leading to recovery fas 0 Clements In the publication of the Cle tsfamiyreunion last week by oversight the names of Mr R L Clements and family wereJ omitted Strayed on my farm three miles from Springfield 2 red I steers 2 red bf rs and cow and calf Ownermay hesame by paying pasturage and for this notice ALBERT RuDn RF1 Mr George Bphon oiHar rodsburgj was ber6 Tuesday and qualified as administrator of rIM Etherington who wasr tlC lynched at Newark t The Picnic at Fredrickstown last Saturd was well attended and all who were in attendance report an enjoyable time despite the fact it had been raining up to the day of ihe picnic Monday was the regular term of the Springfield Police Court The docket was quite large but there were fewcases in which there was a con test and several I dMault judgments were taken Sff The Washington C6unty It Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Co has employed Mr Robert T Bobannan of Louisvillej as Generall Manager and Auctioneer for the coming season Mr Bohannon has had twelve years experience as an auctioneer onI 1 the breaks in Louisville1 arid is personally known to many tobacco growers in this county i a-i LI N e are no Selling IIt 1IOLD H EK0RYII y 4irr I ORJp V A3FI LAW GOOSJJ lr IIAT dST ONLVA l FEW LEFT J- I fo lf i Better place you prder nowi I before hey areall gene i 1Thebest Porch Swfngophe Marke Come nd inpectourJineof goods Leachmfan Cgrapbeirs I Furniture Store IuToFIc8iUth i Teeth Ax traded with- outFAIN or I ANGER fNo charges g wrhenl plates s i1iDone in this office is firstclass S 1 in every respprt and just as advertised S i f1f1W V Springfield SbARD Ky P111SS II- S qV JW4-v r + He iSR very Tjbmpetent man for the place andthe Washington County House Ifto be con gratu lated on securing his services C L Brady has for sale 500 sbIIAunt Liza Kimberjin colored wife of David Kimberlm died nuac Texas last week and was bried at Pleasant Run Sunday tto SIG was a highly respected t colored Woman F The Rev Father McGonigle of St Rose entertained tbej choir with a delightful six bourse banquet at the home of Miss Cain on last Thursday evening The full choir were jn atteodance and after the banquet several interesting guessing contests were indulged iin by the members Emulation Lodge No 688 of Sbar1svil1ehel a called meeting Wednesday evening July 27 for the purpose of conferring the degree of Master Mason tup on Brbs Goodletto and Yeager The work was preceded byjlj magpificent supper graciously served by the wives and d ugha ters of the mem bars of Emulation lodge A llarge number of visi t iwerji l den ed the splendid fraternal c feeling so characteristic of the i Sharpsville brothers and will long be remembered by those present Emulation lodge is in a very prosperous condition May the Grand architect bless their building 4 CrubbsPhillips jMr Ray Fillips was married to Miss Lillie Grubbs at the residence of Rev W A Wolfe Both parties live at Valley HiIlI To in this county Contest Will Mrs Nancy J Siigall by her Attorney Mr W C McChord has filed suit in the Washington Circuit Court against Mrs Sall lie Pipes and other devisees in the will of the late Wm T Sti gall and Joseph Polin the Exe tpGsetiaside Strr tladelmgntary capacity Juvenile Fair TheJuyenileFairwhich has been such a success for the last several years past will be held this year on Saturday September 10th 1910 The program will he announced shortly and the rings will be similar to what they have been in former years vepublican Convention Hon W FGrigsby attended the meeting of tile Fourth District Republican Cpaitxuttee in Lpuisvilleon last Saturday for the purpose of determining the time and manner off selecting a Republican candidate for Congress It was detejrmin d to l hQld Mass conventions in the resppctiv counties of the district an Saturday Septeuibfir 3d 1910 to fP on dePgat to the convention tto tb hejd m Louisville Moid y September 5th Niti f r t Notice isgirent all iniebteda to me either by note or account that they mujst kettle with nac at once or Ii shall proceed bylaw collectthe same I shall take ito same steps against all who are indebted to the Geo Bohon Company and whose notes or ac counts hae been placed in iny hands for collection U not set itled at oncetHartwell ilierington 7Wl1lis girg Ky BD Lake wants to buy B0000 jjuslgjg pf Wheat Will pay the 111 arke price f Death of Mrs Kelly Mrs Richardi Kelly died at her I home near town on last Friday 1afternoon alter a short illness Mrs Kelly before her marriagb was Mss Anna jT Simms or s soe was familiar known to hert1i t fripnds HBlue Jilyanl was aI Jdaughter of Mr and Mrs John F Sminsnnd was horn near Springfield October 9b 18B8 On January 12t 1909 she was married to Mr Richard Kelly liuneral service were conduc ted at St DominIcs Sunday by Rev Father Hennessy and burial was in St Dominics C inetery- A l largl crowd of frie ids find relattvesfromtbis and surround lug counties followed he re mains to their last resting place The many beautiful floral de inIwhichDEATH TIS SAD It matters not the day nor the hour whether the ismessage for the rich or poor the youngjjt or aged the grim messenger of Death is surroundedby that same- sdlewnmystery is received With the same helpless cry Thou madst Death Thou art just IIt is hard f rus of the earth bow our heads to the will of Ithe Most High and say Thy will be done wheri he takes from us all that we hold most dear yet there is no other wa YI tHe giveth and He taketh- WhyHe siyas us loved ones and then takes them from us at the ime we need and love them most Iwe know notut we do know that we are better because of their brief life herel IThere is seldom a death in which society in general is so Mrs 1KellyI tlhonoredeI t tl1 girls enjoying the mirti of yoifcb he d ghandIIand sister of aiiappy home 1foot11 IDed the true meaning of being a wife and mother Death IIIIlleiand she must leave her infant babe never to hear sound of a mothers voice theIIto feel the embrace of a sIband1 other companion than shattered dreams and blasftld hopes sue 1 must leave the loving father and U brOlherlfriendsvfI of a more perfect love tban can give perhaps that lifeIIIbeautiful death might be a llesson to us Whatever the son we know that lsuch reaIII as hers are but a time of preparation for birth into a new and more perfect life It wits 111 faith in this truth that gave to ier to whom lif seemed most lear for w4hom it had only just begun such perfect resignation Iit is thissfime fauVthat keeps these who are left behind from despair As she was loved and honored in life so she will be IImourned Indeath yetwe know that hers in the better par hat we of thoearth are the sufferers for Thou madst heath and Thou art just1 Program CTpen Cession of Washington Coarity Teucners Institute at Springfield Baptist church Tiles evening Aug 9 1910 invocation Music Address PossibiUiies of the Boy JohnS McBlroy Jc Music Address Kentucky Ly uaanrS Barber Music Address Rgjt of Uhildlibod1 ii Geo Colvin Ben d ic ilw V TUUHSDAV EVENING Inv cationfi Music XddfessTlia Tttilec JProf LynneBush jMusic AdhesElqcatioi and De- imocraoy fcloi u T Curinjn ham Music Address Does jt Pay Prpf JL Harman of Bowlms Green Business College iBenediction fv Good music both vocal ith instrumental Every bodjr invited A CouhA1id then no telling what unless 1And use Dr Bells PineTarHoney It is the best ask your nchbon Loolc for thftbelf on the bpttl Ir r tr =4 ii i ii i c r iiiiiTEiJL 0 t1 rT- i J 1HE f i r tc0f ft L y 81io CLEAMIICEi I SALE Which we arenow holding should attract every ec nofr pal person because we are offer ing all Summer Merchandise at less than Cost of production and each and everyone should avail themselves of this RARE OPPORTUNITY to supply their needs We expect to take stock pJI inabout 30 days and before beginning same we Must Reduce Stock as toWjjas possible It XYt Iwill surelypay1youobuynowIIiI l IRead These Prices 1000 yds Stylish Dress Ginghams 1 iSo and 121c grade for AOc 1500 Stylish Dress Ginghams 1s 12Jc and lOc grade for 8 1 3 1200yds Apron Check Ginghams 2Icn 1000 yds Apron Check Ginghams 8 13cgrade for 6 12- cI 5000 yds calico for L 5c 500 yds good yd wide Bleached Cotton s Regular 10cgnde for 1 7 n22000 yds Brown Cotton Same weight as Hoosier fofjf 6 500 yds Dress Duck 12 l2c grade for 8 13- cI s r2000 yds Heavy Striped Shirting Cotton regular lOc and J2c grade for 712c 1000 yds Lawn in Choice Patterns regular 12 l2c and 15c grade for 7 12c- 500 yds Lawn in Choice Patterns regular 10 r grades for 5c 500 yds Lawn in Choice Patterns I regular 6c grade for 4- I p- 500 yds White goods in Checks and Stripes S20eand 15c grade for 1UC Line Ladies White Waists Ladies Low Cut Shoes tIless than cost Mens Low Cut Shoes at less than cost Lot Mens One price 1I Lot Mens pneHalf price i at 1V 1 many other to offer can be when call This the to save BIG t1 r AT LI r I will on the premises between 1 Booker and Croakje Station ou the railroad on y 313 t ttoffer for sale to the highest bidder at public auctiov my farm soutaruing 60 acieshas On it nice liouise good garden and all necesnary out buildingS is well watered and is good tobacco land Will alo sell one mare years old m foal with mare mule colt by her siie farming and kitchen urpiture- l Terms mads ItnoVpT JldaYOfl s le ib Shady Hintoni Auctioneer 1I flWtts Ki1eY and Ru EntireStock Ladies Muslin 5f Underwearat Petticoalt C at CostC n Hats Half Clothing = Youve Got to Listen JJt- o our invitation to see our dis play of high class shoes if you have any regard for tour own interest Dont say that our reputation for selling at yery low prices means that the quality of our shoes is low as well Do us and yourself the justice of coming at d judging for yourself School Not s The white teaches institute opens Monday August 8 All persons holding certv cates are obliged to attend whether they teaching of do not has been arA good program tang d and j every teacher is ex pected to respond when any him The eleciaon for school trus tees will be held at all the white schodl nouses in the county bearing even numbers as 24 0 8 Sf eacn division The for voters is the same as for general election The polls oped at lan close at district showld 5 p in Every elect a trustee Ui no name appears on the ballot the yoter should write the name tfsome him by making a Croat ol tke j in the square at the nirtn J hj deaites to vote lor WrJ3ifl o Si- cf r v Read These Prices LLioo- Ords Check and Stripe Dimity t regular 12 l2c grade for 1 7 12c1200 yds India Linen t v icregular 12 l2c grade for 600 yds Persian Lawns tLregular 15c grade for lO25Q yds Woolen Dress Goods o New Styles and rcg 65e grade for oo Woolon press Goods300yds New Styles and reg 125 gradeJfor7Sc IIY100 yds Wide Black taffetta Silk 4125 grade for il a5c 50 yds Wide I 11150gradeLot of Fancy 85c and Lot of Val Laces vk J worth 7 l2cto lOtf yd for bolt of l yda 3 ScIILot of Torchjaii Laces worth J2c ta lOc yd foryd I Lot o Embroideries i I worth 7126 lOc andlQc yd perydl4 7 12 10 ILot of Embroldenesfworth 20c to 50c yd At 25 per cent off Lot of 100 Corsets for SOc IIladies Tailored Suits at Less Than Cost PIf i1L tIBeautiful 1Lot Lot Mens S irisat reduce pR Lot Mens Straw Hats OneHalf price ShfrtWaists worth 25c ffr 15c Lot Joys Pants at Bargain price I 1 tarpetsRugs MattingsWallPiaperlVindo Shades Lace Curtains Cost r i 4j Ieih Bargains which seen you positively best chance MONEY pmyour purchases ever offered 1is 11000DS CHARGED PRICK QUOTED IN TiltS ADVERTSEMENT f The HobertsonClaybrooke I INCORPORATED Ii 6 f it 7IT t1 G1ufldgMolntire PnWic Sale Wednesday August a orchaidandJ implements household NEwILLUARDIN NadderNils i BACKACHE Silk Staply r contemplate part- isassigred educational qualifications ouetojc right 7 r 7 LotBoys aud3Oc IUI J I Co iiheTThomas Ci3own Hoier I I WITHCHANGEABLEsIEED f1 f Ir Ijhis Mower has more exclusive features iM feiy Mowtr on HM f t These new feature are not taerely tmikta p iiiict b IImarket It has the Ball and RoliW Jtoariac YlM EBar Improved Foot Lift apctRIai f lAyer a Dvdbto MA tcan be changed from afgttcy allW ijiulinii tiw p IGearand has heavy drive wheels strong aid ttmjdi traMs I is guaranteed Come In and He it f l DumpRakesVt Dump Rakes nd Reliable Silt Dump Rake A C ll1Jbal1 Lewii C1aa AI I 1 r J7 iIw UVA1 J t 7 7 i r fl ti Iitt = lltSe 1 t I1Lr1ppId U II rUl II luti ai il = laju f IWG liIa a 01peka Itoa yu wau tIt mean to 1 4I reie w I1rnh 4 SIToWOT namy last f rtt eoiCett tOOT my s37py1a pb1lcIY In da t l 4t Iiima plaMbiS 1 It happens that VProI UI ii lfcj Leipzig 17 WIf c his Amet can sr i cerrdI methat- I per Jlle1G4le m or M iok ltfeJf me Meyerhaus luluI ft iknMUKled by nrasK Jds JIM4 I p P T weight 1t e P j Jr ot r career I t ould come pith pwbtte tonceaiIid withoutt t tertM do iettrotog to Amer rfc i fe diw at teackUg kecat isetri40 Mfc JIOMMI tiN means to make an t MtMK1 Jf forget she added In fctkfi I have rehearsed pawMktorn iid th conductor will not iLlbil r fMT tf a change at th lastlytfi 1 T1fM1S1obtalned his pe lfi b f iW 4 J jMttf Jit TlMi Il he is willing for you to i r 7 tT doa he allow the decision heI1TMct B8feHi of a momentary silence trW rendurance Rising IM walked to the door pausing at the J tk lliI ifNJie the Intrusion Unfortu tMjL mId myself with the Ibellet tlwtyei wId willingly cede achadce to fietlOnal being your llt an amair atf lB ependeut I can only t h 4liSfrt your triumph tomorrow he r ltaiH l om tbe word In conscious isywlll atone for the vexation of JlWTiIM I i4k Lliijie cosmopolitan audience filled m OMMViratolre hall for the final i1ekttn4snt opened the piano In riIt for the concerto as tile plan SIt carne forward escorted by the mas tor wijKer whom she had studied ated herself at the instrument iiiI pttte ripple d t applause broke IIb balcony Glancing upward In i lJieknowledgment she met the Mt gaze of a man seated I d Imme MI7falngkr who vouchsafe- 1and but 4 ue gIji ce of recognition Isie4the jtudy of a music score lylss his knees aijiplayers lowered their bow bands It rall bars rest In the lull pre J he1 excerpt for the solo Instru 1 aMthe sound ot a 8h brttrncV a through the 1 7rThs baton beat on steadily three 4oirwOM1 PNo answering chord from the plan itt Tbe conductor gl red at her aghast the orchestra in undisguised theqiCOtor Earned Into her cheeks The baton swooped down agairiuctor Oae framfeinr The i eanL forward half frantic Have you forgotten be hissed oftevel voice prompted st- liegro a jJII 1y fiithe balcony The 4rnove igt key A flat minor Extended chord tSh glanced swiftly forwaid with UtIle impulsive gesture and rcLashed her set faced the conductor iaseddthanfderstruck musicians to the platform eilL 1 IBawlJdered comments were 0X nottaspecSbIi1tyIitaclfratber irVitably and awaited Top11ts pScans1Ichat Iiond9ctor himself wltV rage then he hurled orderjt the doorkeeper pointing tSi HewfcEoJstoy Fetch him immedl Wyf mf 7 dlsjJappeared and in therpassage connect iag the platform with the cloakrooms i he eacwja red theretirlng pianist r QI Jckl she whispered The con uctoa1leJ for you His face gjowed with tren exultant gratitsde He selzedher hand and started backward conscience stricken as a tear tell glistening on her aleeve She rushed proSt him disconcerted paced the step or two down the pas r sage randher momentu iiv loss of self control in aa outbreak of reproach rSgives you your opportunity Pray dont hesitate to avail yourself v limarablyVThey will continue the program It will be too late in another moment Though his hope of the future de pended on that moment be sUn stood Irresolute azmg In sheer fascinatlos at the teatinedImperIoua face Dogo DqPle se go Tt wont kave been ogoodJtyoudont and I shall never for vemyself r I v reb71C ot td lIletona1 te1Jt4coW1L atjl ntopped nil l cheekSJkr a ita atrorIldOl the ie n xt Jtnd im tteq ero1 iiE hdtlnc1 ghten s keyS subduea ni Tfagpuhi trtiue mt of trche rur OCCOH the then rioting again tfiumr Panlment erit1 ifit tile last with the hRnt qtif- ofon a love soughf t1Pt eXaItQd- eeIje that itrjeater wed by tile r plnnlst1111U9 than applause HiJ trm his Iat broke tl1cspen sl1oo1anPUssedOJJexit lkeT1ie whll1n1red remoedblsen 3oy ment colleague1rUed soJtenInginohtyOUJ American young ladledd they often take stage fright iiBut ben compatriot JIeJj magnificent Ta that most difficult concetto Vith out notes without rehearsal ouchi technique perfect Consider also jhis youth iPbe director bro in withadfolt eiS planatlon and suggestion The pro ssor beamed with delightedl recol lection tl1ntthistorservices You tire right my frienSx lgtf world should hear of him He shall go wt5 mp pn tour Twilight jn the park Jhe sharp gray twUJght ot late autumn Asmart Je o runabout with a lady at the lever and o phauflfeur at her side joined tho stream of vehlpjes entering the park at tlie Plaza Her features were only rtially visible through her automo e veil but an involuntary exclama n broke from aman pacing aimless Along the walk aJsJMIssj Trenthrnl Mr Tolstoy With the answering cry of recognl lion she drew up close to the walk edless of the rule of the road Half hesitating Tolstoy went for ward So ypu are back in America Jlr Tolstoy Yesf He muttered the monosylla ble without raising his eyes AndIsee from the papers that your Et successjieFor the moment she was slightly nonplused then with infinite tact slur once more took the initiative YoU are soon appearing in New York Tomorrow at Carnegie hall he re 10d shortly Boardmen were parading Broadway with notices of thcprofessors concert It humbled him that she had not noticed the large type at the foot of th- eoatlso1ob pianoforte Mr Alfred Tolstoy A matinee H nodded stiffly Of course I shall go It will be great pleasure to nie to be present at y ofourSsoitt th ruej atIo f eager explanation But tl1en1 h ave been traveling oliroad a good mJteal with my parents since i saw you ast We only returned from Switzer land a couple of days ugof The fact accounted for her apparent Indifference rano his expression soften e d but he stared moodily1 before him to avold her eyes jand the handsome turnout 4n whlcl she was seated wUh her liveried cluiuffeiir sonichowforcd on hIm a sense of sociulr disparity When shespoke ogiiin hervolcchHln shy hesitating ring I need scarcely ask if you are suc ecssfulT He produced a memorandum andl enread x out son e details 10 trace 0 f Pleasure Or enthusiasm In his bone only a cynIcal sort of tribmpfi In the sense of achievement Tomorrow Is niy final appearance Jn New York with Professor Meyer uaus for the present t I am booked subsequently for various musical re ceptlons also the principal concert gents hajc made me very flattering o flersStJgSl1u1J I congratulate you she ask ed slowly Uyon had Congratulated me that t1nJgl1t at the Conservatoire he broke out relentfully rand given me the ortdnity to thank you ldfXou could not expect me to waltt uototnce every pne after my failure toBcsldcssho turned away her eyes o hIde a sudden confusion you you had already thanked me It was not only to thank you He was cSnfuscl now struggling wljh5 an Increasing desire to make his hopeless avowal iimy subsequent success to l cOonNo indeed she broke in eagerly JgjDutl nm plnd more than I can layrthat you have realized your am bitlou I suppose I have His tone gave the He to the iiokuowl- cdgnjent t 5tHe land fallen so pUjfuIly sh It- ealization of Could sbts but lnOI Despair overwliefiMc tim itmuruit- of his pride lind I5oJf f mlrc lip aised bl eyes nfiiiiuo vitli ills si wet I nui stilt striving IJl ild uUlt gt lyfor the uunttninnlMp Sbe darted a ijlJOKUoJiinf jl4jnco The grim white fact strained toward her through tlfe dusk mill cpnvicfion flnshecl swift upon her Site bent Impulsively with n rartlmft triumphant smile t Her voice swayed with n little tremor of delight I tthink I understand r But you mlstak a For all you know the areI attainable inaybe within reach it tii 4 Fountain HeadofLife 7s The Stomach At wfc a WMkaIMI impthtd stomach and who does not 4ijt iMd will MHM fd that his blood has Bfccome ri h Jt that hw whole body is improperly and tuIs d1lIM4 d JfJBJMYS GOLDKS MEDICXL lS M th temmtho atrj premetesDISeOVERYJ e1Iurf1J ttr htte +f remterem the left 7 Jlft mtfHet ktvttmrmte 11 i amtmrttmthleempkerabS 7 IHlruaIe aerie tlc It makes mem I 11I1 Sc r im h+4r jMtfvw te jHorf az eeel Im ImMgememt Io 7r it pwp yeerio extract of Americas medical roots5 jbihol MrfaU Minnow h kfooBm drugs All s itpf wrseri It IM itss secretrkILjsa9 wAstitllepnv t kw of f l NeIU M1 ce4 i1YaGives no outside heat no no It will cook the dinner without heating kitchen or cook It is immediately lighted and immedi ately extinguished It can be changed from a slow to a quick fire by turning a shelvescoffee or and rack for expects Madc7 with 12 and 3 burners the 2 and 3burner sizes can pad or cilacht Standard Company Incorporated p I 5Si For fthe Children A Busy English Boy andHisMotorcar j The little byy running the motor Warwick Besides getting Ills ns having a goodtime at sports atd nnthgmotorcm lie bis been a pak e 100 society weddings iI The Secretary This Is a variation of the old gao of consequences but It Is ilihre pen sonal and therefore more The players may hc s interestingde table provided with pencils aild per aud directed by thet lender or retary as he Is called eiuh parr write his or tier ovju naiiii at the of tile sheet and fold It over so ato conceal Its The secretary thpn colletts tl11m pers and redistributes them with lIut Border to write a chanic torY The Aplayers set to work to vrltf a descrln tion of an ininglnary KMiarncter good or bad or they urns takeiaiiy bootICtheir companions ens a model more extravagant the details the more fun Again the papers taken up and dlIistributj all jfielng cliAiiKcd nrmmI1j and the wrIter retold to dPscTibe tltoto past life of tlil i lmown whoso name Is hidden at the top pfthe pnge Then follows the onler to the persons present future fate or for tUltt any particulars the secretary mnytblnk to ask for At last the paj p persTbrecoHeftttl16nnd rracl aloud and Is the anjusement as OaCb ono present Isdescaped Name Characteristics This game will please those who IllkoI to tax their wits and who enjoy a problem 1eShCituiIX when competition furnishes a spur It consists In writ Ing a descriptive account of well k thnownpersonsling only words beginning with the letters L composing tlwlr names and using these letters in the order In whIch thH y fiomeAn example is fiiyon 1 Wlioso immortnl tines llve lnsllmemories Sovcroign honor abovo Jilngiy esjatu KiHko jnfflri8lpo try enchiuts nU rpi Urs e viry where It would be evetiiunre musing to ttnke ilu iiniies os mie of lie coinf niuy prvsuffl A UHJiii might be so erctly ulioitcd to duh jiliiyer rGuessing Game 1J In unsJiRUlon for this cover four KjNiris on till vhllHot the room with plctuntJ nprt llIlll1 fainous men nind5vaueuu in ijlstnryor f2itoday and tt11fIlj knoivn lellI1UtJ wotiuMr of the prfesriit time Cards with pencil nttnchcd should be given to iuIhI liiyer livery pic lure is nut uIsrit and opposite tilt correspoiuiJng uuinber on Uw card Li- euiilueo the person or bullclipg reju notsenUd wiilfieii The jiersui correctly guessing theI clargesttony be given About CatsnWe Huov ihe story of Dick WIutgtlng ons ciu the fortune which brtmgbt toliMtmstcr It was because It was the only cat In the country to which pfdc carried It Our domcHtiv cut Isiiiet descendant a very uiicicjit family which was lit Imckasword puss comes from an Egyptian name for the culL If Ihurefort Ill lent pussy 1gIst Why the SunSets Little Jack axktd lifeuiTiutlur one itlgbtwhrt the BUll sat Jo ften iShe told him so liLIt iiitubtiilso the morning riuKseemeil useless Aton unaacknuiitPd for uiotliir tstJtsajd tffo c Ob kiIcW1uIOtIWr Tl e sun SIto that shi Hf bhtvh nHtlie daya wttOInenwho Splendid Cooks dread having to prepare an elab orate dinner because they are not sufficiently strong to stand over an intensely hot coal trueintakes pride in the table she sets but often it is done at tremen dous cost to her own vitality through the weakening effect of cooking orta coal range in a kitchenhot It is no longer necessary to wear yourself out preparing fine dinner Even in the heat of summer you can cook a large dinner without being worn out Peretioit Cookstover smell smoke biggest the the chopYouApplyalightanintenseIthasdrop for teapot wohealthtje with without thorfil J 110111MinlJlrif one are describe grealt all tfnd valuable international Salutations The British and the French have al ways bad the greatest contempt fur each other and this contempt has even gone Into proverbs Ao Englishmani speaks of taking French titFrenchman iolishr Conundrumsii iiWhyhaistsWhen Is a wheel like a fly Wlren utlItisWhat ships are more common on endletIstarted In to tIght ITw summer day Jumped down fromthelIky them both away ITHE OIL WELL SHOOTER JSometimes Blown Into EternityfHis Ownt In certain of the potroleum produc- Ing districts It becomes necessary 801ijeha tith haeSwhen the ro11linu linmnn clogged nr arpurent1 exhnustedto begiu or no it the flow by expiIIng rln at tIle bottom of the nitrogihis jlxpjosivc is employed h Cause It Is ex jjjil aotsweight upon It A maq who carries nltrbglycerinfrom well to well for thja purpose Is known In the oil regions as a shooter Itboshooter has a wagon In whichitoon iiy his explosive A square box un the seat Is carefully padded and fiUedwltl1r nmlt cfibnt tlllJ shoot Usually be 1JornIngso diminish thte clrunce of danger For tho most part the roads tire bad and the wagon Jolts along In n way to make any one but an old shooter dscl1tlcdl nervous It It Is dark there J drollhUHto ttRe explosive Several vngons bearlug shooters and their loads huXe 1he n blown up but no one ever lived jell what sort of jar caused the ex plosion In such a case llttle Is ever foihu ex cepl the great hole In the grouuidlticli Uie explosion i eiieo1v wLii1etiwdyiiiIn gtheaTheCromSQ Inbiscuite10ltin vehicle When the shooter reaches tlieAvoll torldotulJee wtfil situ the nitroglycerin Is poured carefully into them The vehInwiy lie IGOOCt deep and Is soklom low liSZt n thousiiHd When one of the tube Is lled It Is lowered with tile utmont cue to tlie bottom of the well This oiKjration Is repented until tho shoot cr issatlsfled that the load Is heavy enough to accomplish the purpone When PljOiIcViims a hUIItheseekingasafetySuU thoreIsmuttlrdand itlerlouderanil water shoots tntotheof fitslimsubsicica the veil Is in operation am tile drhCsnWl1Uuloers A Plea For the isTecliuleuihiyt rtiontheDutchyou waut to all It Is perfectly correct There Is no r e ithouldnt seAsdoes w tboItoirlot look businesslike You kuiowthe ofSheja ncntland trim only you Bud ourselt wish iing she lookecl a Utti inoro business 1IdcollaraIf only that gtrjC l coin Jtowork tc IJgooduf j i IiQr u ckir hIgh s fuIiht hi 9c1I1 ed as it It rneant m tusiI ness hpiw rejoiced llshould berj undoveredfltncckrouelse wlieu you are near the girl It exercises sortie horrid fascination over CbarmIngtranlve mariner All that enters your ph1neataJlhrnJoprice i jjLjjjjniIjjrjjt LEADER SMALL PITCHING STAFFS CARRIED Modern Managers Helym fewer r bur Dependable Twirlersr IDLENESS PROVES INJURIOUS Foolish to Have Many Slab Artists While Most of Them SUon the Bench Pilots In Big League Be ginning to Realize Folly ofIt That long pitching strings are no longer necessary and that four or five dopendabid men are worth two or three times that number of ordinary twlrlers Is a fact Previously the necessity of having seven men each one ready at all times to take his turn at box was a point that was emphasized by managers And during last season too the major league manager who did not have at least six available men fr the box figured tliat he was heavily handicap ped In the fight for the coveted bu ing Things have changed however TUG wonderful work of the Plttsburg pitchers last season and the now vS blnIatentThtjicaily andinany pitchers are worth hardly as nucb as nope nt all II Lust season with fnmnltr Stil- illaddoxand Lelfieid performing Iace tlhelr turn jhe Pirates were up in throughout the knYitercansilordecai a caldpIede t Christie Matbewson has been the Th18Iy goes to show the value of mo- odo pitcher to a team tipewialligcr should bo reasonably well satis i In 1909 the Red Sox Jiad one of the lggest strings of pitchers In the coun tr WoodIcottejfcPapeYolterseasons i while previously there were Ryan memberatyet bad Morgan pitched the ball for lisa t he did for the Athletics and Yo d been retained thcsfc two Arellanes and one other tellable a l1slIythlettcsn toDt TstoQIforConnieour men P4ank Bender Krause and Mor tblngthismen any t nm would be worth double t much as a string of nine or ten r with only one or two of them in class pitching condition Too many pitchers afoj a hindrance Instead of a help If qicotto Wood and Wolter had ben In hape to help rit Arellanes last season the pitching istaff of the Reel Sox wotild not hnve AmerlcunJeaSlleInjurj to Clcotte antI the bjnd start that Vplter got In Uie spring hand1cap peel the tonal so heavily that Arellanes was forced to do pretty nearly half the Pitching for Ills twim Managels and owners bpth are beiy Inning to rpnllise tlitrfallvf of kee y e or six ablcbodicd mn upon e riachIft to a couple of gouilMnqn and a lot of second stringers Travjellng to fPUllyc ami salaries today are a to toofrrotty high figure If tho work cc i sIJYhagthnernl ofllclency would be consider Ic and owners would bq willing to tack a snug slice on to the compe- iho 1byt on of the tire dopendabl men uhi go In and do their rcgbrar stunts jaLONGChJc9 Woman and Son Travel 6312 Miles In Great Crust A remarkable river Ocan canal auiJ Iako motorboat journey wasj concluded rexcnfly when tU iCatbeiflue M a tljlrtyflvc foot cruising launch carry tog Ralph M Pearson and ilsl mother Jr Kate Pearson Ncarao iinto docksln Chicago river May 3 1009 nt started from the spot at rjj and com eted the aim Mississippi tho Atlantic aliuig the OjuIf Amst theIltulross lIJI PS tp4e niitl Mtiron through the strait of Mackiiiac and up Lake Mich Kan to the iiver OJI2 miles JrChanpiorshi1fliiiejt fon lifts IWl IvilKltuul foj South Aft rica J whence lIt vHI imvel to the Zal lbuzlI Arnstforcjmniplonshlp whCtil1uIulli making good race for the title lIeI 411itpigrnlnKWhn Franca Vashcd In rlollana In the sUtoentb century clotbes were nt front nil Pfrts of Itl1nCC to be asleLiii Ilolliuul where the water the arial8 was uppased to avrT special cleansing properties The costdl transport was about ten times greatIli 81itIlot His Reply A funny man Indulged hin pract i i Joke recently He pdt an advert j men In n paper for a wife and re ues ed each candidate to Inclose 1de visic Jt tVnU n100111dl th pdoSbuti oneof the cantlidatew ser J 1mlowing letter SlrI do not inclose uiiyuthorlty for putting ia cart before a rstt X know of pone for puttb3g0ne before aff ass 1 AcRlng VoidswBr 01iSU slrajnhcts thafs second time Ive hoiil you use tbeinj rase aching ai llVIh you would reJW tl azsaidConttit you mieUines hnvc tlit head Rin uirf iviiiMiin J rF IHINT8 FOR THEE i- II BUSY HOUSEWIFE Device For emovingFruit Jar Caps An Implement for removing the caps or glnlstrult ats 1ntmanIformed into a circle strong the eizcumfer metal bandII ryot ajartop Is attached tttn endjean- s as a SpHngi is tftted around tb4 cup of a jar and the cutter blade In sor ted between the cap and tile rub ber baml that encircles tlio moutb of the jar to iiiAkp1 the latter air tight isThejar iJtillcap 1cl adhoottl1eaenougtrto accomplish this ni will then bq easy to unscrew tho p This method Is an Improvement otover other method whereby the re cifrant cap is gripped 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