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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j v 7 r ggp 110Jiia t t ci0 lD M3 kt I 1 1 XVIISHOM SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST 25 1910 HJ it riJ I t Rjr TRUSTY gNTIST0Itje over Haytlom k Barber reionble pri 1l craaftftiN r IFLD KY P4 i o lOR DlftECTORY M aWFIijDt ciyaet of 4 y bii4tet qiity JC tI1e so tk- ia W xiH st Mil fro 1 aaylilt Bariitown branch ot aLwtiaad jiMhvillc lnUroi in 9kti ai4 agricultural District Tks tal ffrpk ad telephone I lUaa prim VJU rmills UiiWr fuz4s J natlowlTOO popklatioaof re aut 35011- EL lUjar AaatatlYC In Ceagress Hon rNoiI 4itOW XY KapraVtataUTC iaKeatwcky Leffis latwct1 xo A D Graham ia State Seate Hon Jfefr rrilCUlIteI1avllexTl l 01 J toumty Directory 01 fl CIRCUIT cotrT- Cke lt Cort11ti Atkeiokrtli 4 iI tfMMfey ia Tebcnzry May md Qcto rLn 4JtILTran Jadgs cIiAW1 At 7 tr I wM9A Noe Clerk ill tf Eackia MatH Coanaiu r J U J Y 4OU T Qwtaciy gtirt is held on tae thin aadlay im aek moatt A I Isey JKdge I OUKTY OtJRT eaatycCwirt meets oBfthetimrtl e4aT la tch month lI Wtieyi Judge WT Booker Cowatv Ciok T SliUyes eotyAttorneyL org cjat1ett4le1 flaw bckr8o Sheriff ByroaiCroake rdtt G tbcfJS4kMftt SMaDHafe kW T MUcfceli Assessor 1 p g JHlty toeTr arntrer SDi w ECtcOeroBer J WiIIP1I kpt of CoPI rJ O lcfte1d ICITY COURT sJaeLaQftcelaralnl t WrBffcayCitTAttoraey t JUSTICE U1tTE J1thi Courts axe held ia Jamaar j Apri1aId Oetober i J9dqk DI3f7SIt epJIS CR JRCBJV Pastor Se KtrGlS XIig c ntdayT1LfltIu SaaiayJackooXevery Sunday aUOan t Pt7tc tteIng erery W4edaa- IkiIt4it- r f jgATHOL1C CHURCH jtTiTir1 BeanaYi pastor Sel j Sanday at 8 and 10 oclocl wiYekT jKT iIkrrlces at St Rose same hotir- s I1 J FJBTTKBIAK OHURCH jyfB E C Lawson Pastor fUMafait every SciBdayatil asa atM Bmadayrititool cT- rdtt 1Q a prayerkteeth arpdaieVctIFr nh7 Tsrt Ltt tAPT1WE CHURC1I Rev Yfr UIIfTIjOfl Willianr asto- rjacIsin r everY Sunday ai ari 7ipm PV1dY SchOo veo gjat93OeUnjyerY Te4aT cveuii1 at 4 OaOC1- t s t 1lSTIAN C1UBCU Foe hW 4 Wtlfrttr U cek rtandIitLt3 Sutua y I4NubOI5vI 1IOJ Frtsrfla- Orders 1AIoIc Ltl GE Spriiiit f eo lodg c 50 meet it and third Mdnda Kitaehaiortb WaihiaartonR A Chapter No 57 ttV v tn jt ti ittlU dalSftlirf f i 12 eef f 4thdavl i L M CULUS g44h7UD 1o3c7oRy Summef CId J Are harder to relkW tli winter ones but they fid4jjust u reidily to treatment with Dry BeU1 PiBCTar Honey Sold eYeryMlieW L90k for the bell on the bottle w r 7 7Ub Jw if TIW NSLEALt tJ 14 6f1 IiiEmESYOL = UEWrnCOVERV I t Found Hi Mar i k A John O Daniel came to Leban onfrom his home in the country lat Saturday Jeft jijs mare hitch d in the lot back of Spalding 191goHe came to Lebanon Monday and reported his loss tb Detec tiveJ A Thompson who tock up the case About se oclock that evening tfad mara was re covered someone having ridden her to town Mnd hitched riDL livery atableNo arrests IbeQnthat the guilty party is known l reportedfwas overflowing with joy excitement etc when he recovered the apimal and his maneuvers caused a large crowJtocongre gate around the stable Where his much prized mare was hitched Not wishing o tike any chances bat onc mounted and made a t bee line for home Lebanou Falcon 1 Afrfihtful Wpcch of train automobile or buggy may cause cuts bruises abrasion spraing or wounds that demand Bucklens Arnica Szlye earths greatest healfer Qaick relief and prompt curere f suItS for burns oUssqres Qf all kinds yips tSt Kobeitson Robbery At Calvary 1TheLuckett at Calvary was brok tene safe blownopen and about bdollarsnight was stolen Tb e tbivesyleft no clue so far a6 can be learn l tbeircalltureThe Itbecounty for several years and is 6filieved to have beej lthe work of experienced Den JbuildingAiler gaining Vntrrffice to be j t door the robbers placed tartpaulin which they found iff the j against the door in order to deaden as much as possible the noise of the xplosion ThHexplosion wasbeard by several j lJpeopleg pistol shot little attention was i paid to it and the robbery was not discovered until the next 1 morning when tbe store asaopened for the dayLebanonn Enterprise E for Quick Relief from Hay Fever bitisttake blyLug and the annoying symptoms dis appear It soothes and heals the Inflamed air passes to the head throat and bronchial tubes It con tains no opiates and no harmful iaugs Refuse substitutes Haydon Robertsoni St Rose Cemetery rFr McGonigle the prior of St Rose requests that not only each family in the congregation but far and near who have friends buried in the cemetery donate at least 150 toward sleaningit Op With the ex pendft re of about IjOOO St Rose cemetery can be made the most beautiful spot in Washing ton county naturally it is beautifully Situated and if once graded and put in order it cane kept soby a very small tax from year to year No doubt to many 1000 looks like a large sum of money toiraise but if each family who haveifriends resting there would donate from 5 tot 10 the amount would soon bet realized arid the ionatfon would pot only be giyen in a noble cause but in the fulfilment of a J1eir departed friends to the priests of St Rose to the community and to themselves Cf the old cemetery is once beau tified as itcan and should be the I1ltwithtbattfe must have when they enter fjte grand old church The pee tlp1eof St Rust ares never calledI istererand1 for reason things rf 1potanca are sometIme gire1l1nltcbut when iooeoQe Uke the lead all fol 1Iow with ft willing and ready re ipOMe Fr N2Gottigre baa now goaelip aork to have the c mo tery beautified but without 1be coorjerationx f those wb have friends buried thece and to whose interest the beauty of the place belongs the work will fall through but if all unite and do their part wards the work by donatinga of money the cemeMTf will soon be in Keeping with the church aud will oot only bertha prideof the communityi butofi thef bounty a1 well X I1Foley Kidney Pills Tonk in quality and action quick results Fotbickacheiheadache dizziness Beryousness urinary irregu larities aftd rheamatisam Haydon Robertson Wealthy Nelion Contj ii It Man DiM ofOId Ate i tI Bardstown Kv Aug l8D- J Wooo 91 years ofage1 one of itbi s this afternoon Mr Wood die4 J of old rlite Tuesday and the funerat thIs afternoon wan attt tended nby friends with whomt Mr Wood had been assosiatedi IliOnjcounly f day did not coma as a snrpype J for he had been ill for some time and on account of hisdfanced age it was not expected t hat he would urviveii 1Mr Wood was a resident of Nelson county for sixty seven years He was born in Simpson ville Shelby coq ty November t gi 1819 and came here toes ireachedi 151dy During tbepast six or eight i ears Mr Wood had been close Jy Associated with Congressman Johns nin the banking b siIess Mr Wood is survived by five children Mrs Alice Barkhurst of Bardstown Mrs Charlea Eai Thomas Louisville Mrs AnselL Donohue of Buffalo Laruocoun yFMrs S C Orume of Bards own and D J Wood Jr o- flBardstown Those Pies Of lIohott ow delicicus were thfd1ea of boy ood No pies nor per laste so I ood whats chahged the pies NoI ts your Youve lost the strong healthy stomach the yigbnmB liver the active kidneys the regular s of boy hoed Your digestion lspoort nd you blame the food Whats complete toning up by ylectricJ pestlon Stomach Liver Kidney Bowels Try them Theyll restores your boyhood appetite and apprecia ton of food and fairly saturate your t ody with new health strength andff vigor 50c at Haydanobertsonc 1 tt Public Sale i I will on he premises between Booker and Croake Station 00I the railroad on- Weflnesdij August 831rt offer for sale to the highest bid der atpublic auction my farm containing 60 act es has on it a nice house good orchard and garden and all neceenary outbuildings is well watered and is good tobacco land Will also sell one mare 9yeare oldnloaiwith mare mule coltt by her side1 farming1 implements household and kitchen furniture terms made known on day of saje NEWELS HABDIN r Shady Binton Auctioneer The Study of Esperanto I IThe new universal language i Esperanto has received pew im petus from the recent session o the international Congress in Was ngt u It isaIanguigab y which international conversationI In made not only possible but easily so By means of this lan 1guigtbe Japanese and the German can converse most intel ligibly without either having tbe slightest knowledge of the others native tongue ana so with any or sJ11lttioDahtllloIt it claimed the langiage will prove helpful to oommeijoe scien ejind general culture The move1ent ii excitifcj great and wkttspread ttrtE roimmm tt- MUdrs ssfpsr FARMERS SLJJS INSTITUTE I 1 rIWill Be Held This Year On September 21 and 22 fk r 1eheld22 it is to be hoped that a larger attendance will be secured this year than last Last yiar1 the Institute wa held under dis advaqtage as it was held on the dav preceaiagfelectipn day and Electiott day ftstlfIInterest in Farmers Institutes is increasing over the State l despite the fact that many are inclined to decry their merits and indulge the notion that they are all theory and not practical The Agricultural Department has obviated this objection by 1efarmers to conduct the Institdte And notwithstanding tbe fact 1f1eyara practical farmers they are at the same tfme men who hive te ted the theories of farming in a manner making theirlIarnibeen fiere iir the past few years have tt been U whocoulddeliver their ideal I an interest1ngetylet The nstitute this year should attract a good crowd as1 then isfmuch i hioh will be of benefitto StheJ Itmbeentbe aim and desire of the Agricultural Department ha e the farms o ductede along f pientific liaes g the re iis more jo science in facmmg than in any Other ipCQppationr And I while Institutes have not been so well attended sis they should t have been their influence hastbeen felt and no one can be sotpessimistic as to say that farms ing conditions are not better n our owri county how much better kept are the farms then j tBow1J9Destroying it And with the better conduct of the farm the price of lland has advanced ac cordingly This improvement has beed gradual but sure ami promkies feUw continue Th ere is morq Catarrh in this sec J ion of country than all other diseases put together and until the last few ears was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pro nounced it a local disease and pre- cribeci Ilocal remedies and by contstantly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a- onstitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment t Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by P J Chen8YCo Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional cure on the market It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the bloed and mu cous urface of ttie system They offer one hundred dollars for any case it faUr to cure Send for circu larsaxtptestln 1AddreI L Taks Halls Family Pills for coni stipatipn L 1 103 Years Qld Th mpklnsville Ky Aug 12 Mrs Polly Boone of McFaj tJand this county Aunt Pop as she is generally called aged 1C years was in this place this week for the first time in vears She was born and reared in this county near where she now lives and wa never at any time more than forty mi tsa way from home She says she never saw a train in her life but had heard a great deal of talk about them It She has been iLarrjed twice her second husband was Jesse Boone a nephewf the famous hunter Daniel Bobtie She has several ci ildren grandchildren great grandcbil J dren and great great grandchil dren She was accompanied to town by her son Samuel Boone with whom she now who is nearly 76 1ivelandI J hA DtPOpu still retains her mental faculties despite her ad ntirmiItIesunassisted and is totally blinde but still Insists that she Would be perfectly happy and content j howltomade nerO n support that way until about four or five yearstt agodtyty Salves FallTi CiretczeMa t theteczem12ert outer skin or epidermis but in the inner skin Hence a penetrating liquid is required not an outward salve that clogs the pores iWe recommend to all eczema patients the staadardjrescription Oil pj Wintergreen as cOmpounded 111ff Uiruid form known as D D D Pres Lp1 stantly relieve the itcfit We have remedyfqrci res from its use We recommend it to our patrons Haydon Rob eiitson Injured by Automobile d 1UdsortMiss Lula the eigh teen year old daughter vaf Mr byIi j en p m in front ofj ittGike sons She was in a busrgy with Mr Baxter Minor and Miss Bes in Sullivan in the automobile wereMrandMrs Joe Grond well Jjouisville W H McEl oy Mrs Sadie Doom Montsom bThpthahinejpanalivvjlvl slow Miss Ande ort fei9ng that the horse would ecome frightened sprang hum the buggy directly in front of the automobile The driver of the auto tried unsuccessfully to t toph machine which struck of MissAnderson passediOveif her land drag edher perhaps twenty feet Tnbugh she was badly bruised and shaken up she Was j fortunate in not being more seriously injured Lebanon Fals s cop a Every odySaIfledW- ho has tried Dr Bells PineTar Honey for coughs colds lagrippe or ta any throat cr bronchial trouble Getr everywhereLook t Notice J Notice is given to all Indebted o me either by note or account that they must settle With ma atIonce or I shall proceed by law It to colleot the same I shall take the same steps against all who are indebted to the Geo Bobon Company and whose notes or ac counts have been placed in mys hands for collection if not set tied at once Hartwell heringtonIWillisbnrg Ky Notice TAlL persons indebted to the firjm of McElr oy cV Shultz will call and settle same at once and save cost The books will be found at Shultz Cleavers hardware store Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1910 as far asrepprted Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or correction of dates Shelby ville August 24days Springfield August 2Hdaya Frankfort August 80t8 days Bardstown August 94+ days Hodgeuville September 6 days Glasgow September 284 days REntuckySJate Fair Louli- September 26 days Does not Color the HairIttJrredlenta of AyfVtafer IiirLI Dyi tMt 1s4eNdelm a4 tatr Cunt raW aU sruItee of saIp MMte SnMng bN5g Teed U UwlutrMbc Qulili AeS5OIC s41sat SMMBChUfM CUMitoi a i lnHttfaia ttolp Ceiu aetMt1 if Sacc 1Ws1ste1c DeasndfW irk ISMmuIUtaMP4IC WiC PIfI flMv thk formula to yonr doctor Ask him ithere 1sa1ag4 tNs4tAI- le Wke bAyers HaIr VIgor U from thlforWNIa kth best prepa i tkHi MI tuM me for ftlN thair or for djundruffT Let hint decide He knows J C Jim Xowrl UIM LIft1t Daring Robbery AttwnptedJ s i JBquday Anight about 5280 a Mr Freeman of Washlngtoi county was beld up at the point ota pistol by two unknown men on Groenville street near ttie residence of Mrs vJnlia Dalton but tie dissuaded the men from t kJ ing his money After bis escape he notified the officers and tott gether with Messrs William Barns and Cecil Bohon who saw the altercation from their wintt owatMr Daltops they went to the circus grounds in t search of the tbugs buticould not find them in the darkness Monday t the young men bad Chief Smith J arrest a man but Mr Freeman would not say positively that be1 was one of his assailants and the- eprisoner was lletat liberty Harrodsburg Republican i m Skkifess ti a fxullelt Ndkk- Sb says Mrs Cba LydnFeQrlair KidneyPiUs d backache and kidney trqblq hlchll bothered me for many months I amc whtcbbI hotiSouthF 1JJiv come reports of a general inP crease in crop yieldo followingb the substitution of corn b age crops on part of the land formerly entirely devoted to cotton and tobacco With diversified crops haye come cattle and hpgs into sections where beef aqoQ and lard have always beent ecure from a distance Inw central Tennessee for instancea the tobacco crOp promises lbeunusually heavy although them largest corn acreage on record is sUpporjbinga bumper crop andfluxuriant pastures coyer much the country Wh ere at bel village storefarmers usedior sitb and smoke in silence there are noWj animated discussions aboutp live stock crops and fertilityt Added variety of product is in stilling new interest ia the farnitand an iincreased farm income i istt timu1atingprogresa T Old Ulcers oreAntiseptic Salve will heal them omptly It iU clean and pleasant i to use Sold every where 2c a box lI t FOLLOWING THE lAND Pafltantry Appeal tr th Nsjrea Trepical Imagination Once upon a time a Philadelphia t PF9fbigand he wanted to know says Harris DIckson in Success Magazine With his southern friend he was hurrying to the courthouse A negro parade block ed the treetnegroes in carriages on horseback on foot negroes with j and axes stumpy negroes with Masonic banners lean negroes with Pytuiani devices fat negroes with Odd Fellows insignia miscellaneous ne roes with miscellaneous emblems The Philadelphian pushed through the crowd and ran back in great ex cltem nt Whats It all about What are they doing The southerner couldnt explain bat beckoned to a very Intelligent 10urInegro who by the way was a prom nent politician and asked Tom whats the occasion for all this pa j ruderSThe young negr llaughed Now jedge you ought to know da t a nigger dont need no casloa fot a parade Torn had spoken a mouthfuL Pag eantry appeals to the negros tropical imagination Churches and Ilotgea far nlsh mOst of the social lite that ke knows He does not ask Why the brass band is playing He kefepa step with thqtel1ow that beats tjte drum and is hippyDANCINGROLAND A Seateh htahrd R miJy Fir All anu of Maladies A highland shepherd one Donald McAIpW a famous dancpwas re putod to have cured his mistress ot a mysterious malady by means of daze Ing a reel with her and tills story be tag nosed abroad gained him the rep tation of being a successful physician His humbly cottage In glpckHHlck overlooking Strathspey was belecMl with crowds of paileats who moped to get rid of their ailments by a daactL with Donald The shepherd ai t hesitate to take ifdvantage bfv tkMI stroke of goedl luck and ooaltK a large and thriving practice l1be treatment adopted was vEry elm pie the main features being as fol lows In cases of itidlgeatto ioicatet doses of medicated a lIntl8 tak en followed by the beam shall e promenade 8teQFor catarrh P aiMi prescrlld lii order tO1prodisee t ration aJllarge dose oi gruel with honey and batter follOwed irV count crapV or highland Jtt AHUM dlKcrentvprocewes teriouat d ill tke pajleat betag wejl vawvadlJNPt warm blankets saCtli clue and dancln3 r td icdrd1tand the nature of hIs dlseai British ilvusi Journal FJJP flt LIGHTNlNiJ MI h Fifes BarDAnd Burns Four Valuabis Horses On last Sunday morning at about 680 oclock i during the electrical storm the barn ofMrI J O Bplila was struck byliKbtn ing set on fire and the bark lthI contents and two fine nAref andI two colts were detroy4sThe horses s were being pre pared for exhibition at the Fair and Mr John A Pplin bad left the barn but one half hour be tore it was discovere in flames Upon reaching the barn it WI5JJ found tobe all jtflame in all partsiWjth alt chance of entrance barrIi d The horses were highly valued And theloss willrb ap p proximately 1500 with noinsnr ncei 1 Nepoietn Grit was of the unconqserablej never ilaJJ 1lekIndI when youv have a bad cold wcough 01 lang disease Suppose troches syrups cod liver oil pc doctors ave all failed 4oxt1oe Keartb ope Take Dry iKingq New Di coyery Saticfaction is g irenleeC when used for any throat prjuai trouble It haa saved tkouandol hopeleaa ufferers It masters 8tul orn cOldsobsUnat coughs jhejnot grinje crpup asthijit haj fever and whoopimg cough and Js the- eQlt safe amd certain remedy foe all cMaiaffectlpn 5Qi 1c9 LiJa Ot t1efreeatHayuon RobertBon r Ijj lflewTheCoopS Charles andtEd Williams tbt wo colored pickpockets who ere Arrested Jbere circus da nd given30idaysin the WorK bouse 4ewthe coop Wednesday t orning In charge of Dave Robinson they were strtedoul rom the storkhouse to begin manipulation on the city rock pile bi11LI5 few momeursthey5v ksn to walk so fast that their keeperhad difficulty ip keeping tce with them and called toJ Come beck here His answer was a farewell wave ofc he hands and the reply that they would ccme back after while and they broke into a run The keeper bad started utwltbout his pistoli but he ist wiser now and the next tune be is sent to guard two circms fol IQwersbeUsurtj take his gbn along The two prisoners con inned their flight and the list seen of them was as they were disappearing through the FairI lirouoaflJjtoiDtSotastthat a Cadillac oouldnJtatch themlHarrodsbnrg Herald l To keep your health sound to avoid the ills of advancing years toe conserve your physical forces for a ripe and healthful O14 age paMI your kidneys by takeio1Es Kidney Remedy Haydon fepbertsoH J Ths TcUphonr an jiiZpr JuIIn t CncVr ulssed u treat Jiil ik not knuNviUji ib telcphouj crnt least In uct uslu it It lie knew Ite One can ea the tjltpUono cugiiiccr attached to itla llomay iipatoffit eudeavorlng bat tihonvil to get an InStrument ia stulled at the capitol and at the pal ace cm instructed by the emp rot to cay that he do s nut desire tk ie barbailau novelties and so Thome AJva lidlsonus need not cull again With 3 magiclari apparatfts A signal blunder We can imagUle what would have happened Hello 2187 Tiber Is It thou Artemldorus 1 un derstrvua thou raugst me up this morn tag What Details of a plot Go oct to the senate today Beware of Erutus Gar not near Casca Sight tind I thank thee Artemldora I will have au extra guard pot oa Instantly nild the conspirators arrested And- so though Artemldorus was uabl to gve1blsvarfllng In the street he gaTe- It over the telephone aqd Cacsafs valvable life and with it the fortwie of nome were saved St James Qa zette I A Gloomy African Paal There Isa large deep and mysteri ous pool In the valley of the Wf wr Kafue rlvert northwestern KJKiiuk This endarful pool Ue IB let coais- try awCiljse c9weato U quite aniJa ly ltsbanis being coHCtaKabyl u to forest Tfeete1s a small native fIIS neat the pool and the IUII1IMMI- have a superstitious dread of it Thy refuse to drink the water ec aa fC To st aartaaany brpo e whatever tklf jrtill pellucki pool of aishnowa depth surrounded by preclpttowi Valtp tIsLItre hEart ot the troical ir- wek hW1 a iIlJet1Ir ue tb moat clTWa4 mU- Loaou54all trttst of even lAIIIMJ- wSprt Jilotltind atbielIci aaJ diScreet ttetL e Ji isQt ttti SI eitkKJa jsisirl t- rsseiar11 a S iI51ES W jS- iCan atbUC tiaL 7W We talk aWfc but there to too meekaM too 1JtU actual irticlpatlon fuKenjeMb flfld4 i la Century i o J f n I1Fs Notice of Cdttttt t tCommiskuisSbwiff Ubbh11 A Btfrtoa wman N R Harmpa and 1 TIKemp ret at A o tf trt yasea1thavo CITklc 0cs KMf tu cent local option keio rfmrI t3oard foead JT8Mhic l wite having a majo WW 4tteen over tb drysaTsirLS Jvote was SN53 M hIs fwt6 During the progrtijat LriUv coifliiMondar foraa BbiitrtAgfk 3i was 1ad3 by AltocksyLEb I1 Pence reprMeaiiiif the rfE V 11 frhq cjaiajed that Mrjl KX e3rV it was tb duty of tbt Bokri i bicanvaas ootf tHt Tpii jgjllfsti tlon8tbtttHre vi was rbtltil tDiM et i1 hnUIiDOLLL lH evir t ifireturns f held thar iit watioi iWUZ1R jcsJ jj5Zwrlmicbon 4 t legally of the tleoMM that JtV Juty was mrpcc 11 vote tiSq f JttwnnaS1la1d ombef ft board Tbi bond Si r4 t utt be coanty jj if art jaagist rates of th cost st- ngneresLtbe l cualy t Ii Sooti Idler tha Etobtm Oiiii tU fIYaM of the t netMt I iel Qte4Ia lied Wit UI4tyudt arirlpeiHitnilir3rf bJ q aIJIOIItoeIulalIlj11t 1r t Nbich the Board I 1i4ad lcifttxl t9UliMntftdon it nU lot b spread ipn tlMi lP ourt records Tbt Ma Ipii1 1 provide that a coptMt ofrtiM 4pa ital b8h fttA liibilflhJa iT rMondaVfollowiD aiiwjdi died and AOOOriillttllitii jJ I joictter will iIH lltl Yt fount Juilj Crir oaMay ptewbr 12 1 ft it f contest contaiawi the USSS4 1rJ dib1tT1NIt k1ILjC1kPhs- groandcg IeIi- sfolkwsI 6liit tJ E J Firstf Bec w u aiowm lbx- herecotdl otJ 1ir- ourt he peUsiisrj 1 JUII Won waIle oUIt Iskifrb June lbl0 a rikfiicirbfW 4arioo co Bty court ClOltij e ddmtdiy and ia tbe pf4tr the said election WMer MiMlr iidcodrt to be ki 1t iJ10f lil0 HW t court aiinid iMtlt I aerlng iieiecWOll1WtW ti l jr entered stay lafltrtac otG special j term of Mid cowrtf afc for said rotao Mis nMjaratei aded Jectioawait sad MaHMiaJ jy j ly voidtand ofo1scfc ttYOM cast tia ftVf aiaflii =counted M a l fall ys- Cstite Qf the r l JJ1 tOt csbe llallrteoel i r re orde4 SeoidJ3cai t tb psIosI- s file4 iati Madot ee sc t ontheyarst10w5ti t 1 w tUeqlllreL1OfJA iHtH naaotsIJiberolnenouF theSso were iI t 1M Pfttfby disrat pirsosa iftta fact tbs prabo dtr i4 gasc1PrII Il J t i- 4IPdfoI hII tbr4 iJl- arge iiaibtr of the trifj igtto U ioe wers 1 iJi 11 Xsthecity JLOao aib5ats t rt 1t TheNYe a PwLl4Mt I xaPis W aek hE1kaIES W1 fMIi J 1 allasats Mrs s 11iti j Haytew t t tJaM 4iAftec saaNssla eif- re astriotil caae fkusy W t d Ipi ille y d 1 car r osyXwi Jvt11iMtk s t clare IaagalaIWWUp t IJJMWIIUythaeltahe tie J irIrII jt JIi Ut 5t i t I filit Uil 1 t ii I YISiitsipsikIi IaWMittbolJplaid Md bai poW fi v aaspirk- se 4groQ A bM Mk t5Cthhi this be omlpiftNft Aqf1tinpissed on a I r Ic brrh I tit N 11 L J ky1 PvaJaUrzI1yluIfrsDiYPr tPOLlr tI4i dt JI ik iSJLfrI t- rIIdO f7Jerll o Mr j MCA1iMrTbra L Wle of Iidia f M4L IS IrhrMI4f Nrne Fenwick i rliCij trs endei1I rMjy Liikr and cliiiaat OiMeUs ent f atttMrLMPtIi4cltM I anit1WlIrJywa7aiek tMs regulart t Suri4yMILcIail dauglLtirSallieSimmsMrac8lIy of Spring Mi w r The plwMant guests of Mr M MM Mike Barker pr2SadMrt Mrs1Ljj Anderaori and ri FsIie and Maria port a1 last with Mrs1 kr lf tPily halMrs4lot l cMra Ttre a Graves and i11 Mbaday t Misi Xip a Grave and little brotiwr jpajtt Saturday will tWtraiaitr J Mrs Jam lI Lauham MiaMe Alma and die Louise Fi wk1c acid Edn Smith spent 1Maday aftefaoon with J LIywnrkk0f the Ridge J esiII were th ofIJa M Lanham Tfcos Tics Of Boyhood plabf W irhata cfcaSged the pies No ita yow Youve lost the strongHfcealtky ito ack the vigorous liver tke active kidBeys the regularbo wles 0 byka Your digestion is poor Mil you blame the food Whats byElectrli ff stioa Stomach Liver Kidneys Bewek Trjr them Theyll restore oiirlboylMod appetite and apprecia tIRef food asd fairly Mturate your body witk mew keith strength and v1gprHilUboro Ai I have beentabeemfprsome tie 1will try to fill out anotherran pocOlumn iii the old News Leader i Catting Tobacco is the order j OtUMdairDOW Several from here attetidedIwo the baptialig at Wl1Jisburg Sat mrday liight The protracted 4etingckeed with thirtyseven sdd1tosi the meeting having b M brirby ro Olay and Bro j Gr b of aaiCAgelmal McElvoy spent Vfc week with Miss Margie WUttt ii 8prineia as MiM May Mather4y attt1d d tt Pcrvi1afiirl 1iV r r 1 wrQ r and bj rari I Mr1s r a wife aijd at SaiXmStrong spent Ilvf with Mr Erastos- Ajind family cMtsburc t Weau dYr 1lthher atep aao her ausie Ooultertt thipLce NMiae B Mettle and Jxebecca Browspeflt Tuesday and Wea I DMday with Misc Efe Coulter MiE L Parwh and family atViNHil d baptizing at Ulteburg 4btiij ngbt Mr1 Mike Fitzgerield bought of Tai and Sabe Coulter 3 bid ol ah ep price f 10 i4X3qal1t rboghtQ E K flubalso Mr l llC9ulterione off s lAjrard Haoby price 18 Jf Wb4aYerynice rain Sat vie aifbt and buodayi- MY rtW Iron here attended tIN cur day last Monday Mr Tom McElvoy gave an See ecea sapper Wednesday l rwcdYrJIlgi c jkl Barr iis onthes f j MteaiMiM Btwlia sp at Sii u l T Witb5hi c3 A Jiai W j gt tfaU pfJlw iD t Litsey r MiK i9inia 0 Connor spent Saturia night with the Miases b 4 Mrs IGUrland Thompson ana chiklrta bavt returned honJe f tery1sItinK relatives here r i NoendfamUYpentSltda CyariAradale IMiA Logan Neall isthe guest of MiatfPrancis Martin I Mast rSteve Price is spend ing a few days with Miss Eave nia OConnor Miss LeJ Roberti was the guest of Miss Grace Shehan several days last week Mr and Mrs Polin spent ancfMrslJMiss Grace Shehan entrtained fewofber friends unday at srrdinnMr Eddie MitcheJspent ral uplEXECUTORS SALE TMLanham S Cdaturdayabout yiehoqr Qf 130 p1mgOfl the nrs1 sell at publfa ayctiop the farm containing about 84 ACRES J owped by the late T M Lanham Tho farp iU situated about one and one f milesLHrestof Springfield on the ith Mill turnpike The farm is in a high state of cultivation and has on it an excellent frame dwelling containing 7 rooms and all other necessarjout buildings This isoneoftl1e Wtere4count1ando t apples and small fruits The sale will be on a credit of one fourth cashi the remainder in one twoIthree and four years The bonds for the deferred payments to bear inter t from date and payable annuallyj d to contain a clause that in default Iouany installment of interest or any note all of the notes to become due and payable at the option of the own ers Any information that any chaser may desire or wishes to see purr ce calll on H A Rudd or W A rnents J Hettie Rudd Executorof TMLanhamI t f fIIdid not believe I th Iaatcause must necessarily underlie every ev gventmay ap wpearcid thentalIexanderJa Caesar a Napoleon are not the recks of accident but the inevitable oduct of the time and nation from which they spring It was nor aesar pujllcThecame Sulla MarlusiCatlHnepreced cd and foreshadowed Caesar but he gifted with keener insight and greater genius snatched the power from them d concentrated it In his own hands For there was no doubt that he was fitter to iu1ethun all fife others put Jheuld no have1 succeeded in qesjtroy Jug the republic When Jbe came the- elif had aheady gone out 9f It and even Caesars death could not restore that t J1ItfJYPMapTchester Dg n iv le1 Llverpoo W hj 1 a gibe Manchestc ma n AIIloverb A man ut k if Liverpool gentle uot S0j Stij aldr classification is 18 tkd j marked in Lancashire stageconchVa Who has tha gotten insIdeI Billy V Billy consulted his list and A gentlemon Jra Liverpool a mon fra Manchest a chap fra Owdham and a fellow fra Wlgan Woras of Different Size Did they exchange wordsj Yes but it wasnt an even ex One spoke 4ni English and the other In Ius8Uiu New York Press i Ihardly know so true n wofkofn llittle mind as the servile imitation- of atberOreYUle tPoCtii Ju Pa did you ecrllicnr of a real cast f poetic Justice Yes Kin n who one swindied me ut of In an Irrlsatlon scheme tied of water on the nraln Chicago ftecprd Herald Nct a Bit Conceited Husliand How conceited you ore Sffie Youre always looking qt your elf In theglass Wife Im sure J am tot I dont think Im half as pr try T really am Illustrated Bltt NEBULA HYPOTHESffil One off the Most Interesting Prop v isitions of Sciencee WHAT IT ACTUALLY MEANS E1iSun Planets and Air Matter Were once a Vast MsiOfincan descent Gas All JumbUd Together lii an Enormous Chaotic Cloud Everybodya3 heard the phrase the nebula hypothesis but what Is It In a few words this Is the of nebula hyppthesls That the planets and all that Is meaningI eivnblyIan enormous nebula or cloud ncepUolltbntscUmcei ever takes us one sep further back TViQiAUt mentioning the origin of mat ter itself science conceives that In the beginning all matter was uniformly distributed throughout space that there were no stars no planets no tdlllte but that alll space was filled with the matter wo now have divided into very fine pi rtlcles some dis nce apart The consistency of such material was perforce very thin In dee r much more ijarcfied than the hlghpst vacuum we oan obtain1 now by air pumps From jthls state to the nebulous state the toybs a miss Ing link one that can only be satisfied by supposing divine command for iIt assumes in the words of Professov Tod l thai gradually centers qatactioq formed and these centers pull In towar il heinselves other parti e es lls result of the Inward fall ing of master toward these centers the collision of 4t particles and their frlc tioq UPPu each other the material masses grew hotterand hotter Nebju lae seeming to fill ihe entire heavens were Zormedlumindus flr mist IIk th orethough vaster and exceedingly numer ou wsha lavein some regions than in others t Man million nebulae wet4fOrnie4and seth rotatlon Around their own axes This happily can bo espjlalqed by science henever particles nro attracted to ward l center find Art lkept from fall 1of lrlpOOIIsArt example ot this tthough humble and not exactly analogous fs the rota tion of water in a basin when the stop Pe r Js pUlled out of tin bottom Gravi ty attracts the water Immediately rn1xflowing t thus learJJig a 8plle to be firfed TbeTQst 0f the water rushes In from aItsldel to do this and the whldpool Is tliii result Now eachiof these whirling nebulae became exceedingly hot and each formed what Is known air a star or sun our sun being one The earth and other planets bflQt then come Into separate existence of course as It Is supposed that they were thrown off atei HOurro graduallyttenedcentrifugal motion Tblaiphenomenon entirely famJUaf to tlioso who have seen 8 bAn Qf clay on a potters wheel ItItte sun to be took the shape of a disk time wjent on the outer Iart be j me cool and somewhat rigid whUc the inner part continued Its copyjjg and contracting Thus the Uinecpart drew away from fpe outer leaving a rIng of matter wlirHnj around on the ringIsnlillltv ottb mifoMn to keep up th Ifi swift motloAof the central nass both tgdofpar UQthtgl cri iIs true n e In the sucessi tu1es onttac 1QI 1pro sP ochsunsrepeilte severalrlnsTh 71rUng around the central y would necessarily be in t 9 anie plane Now these rings nOt eing uniform In majis or thickness would each gradually Jaccuuiulate to w url the denses portlon until they too would form a ball which would subsequently flatten and if the sub stance continued nebulous and the ball was large enougU they would also slough rings Of course the rings the sun discarded have become the planets which as required by the theory are all very nearly in the same plane The ring that the planets formed have become moons or satellites So we are driver to conclude that our sun at one time filled all the space from his present position to the farthest planet In the solar system I From this theory theres another tnlugtbat we Mve to belleS and that Is that ever ar In the heavens lhas onethrouh this same process and bas a family of planets sailing around It just as our sun has It would be iImpossible to see these planets of course for it Is Impossible to see a stttr even with the greatest telescope except as a mere point of light As regards the proving of this nebula hypothesis of course it cannot be done But everything points to its ac flcurateynow among the stars that seem to be folug through the delayed process of world rIIf Around one of the pliinriiif r cwu solar system Saturn litre tb e rings which arc proba bly djsJhto uptime to become moons In tlic opuSmi of soiue sdbQlarsA T II d u New York Tribune i Ii TheAdikuaade111e 4i4i Co- I titi- Ii offers a highcIassVaudeville Snow i j I i An Siat Acts 6 itf SjanddbiJISforPaf1 r gfev AiihQytri SS m j tt rtIQu 111 thru dayscnmmencing jI f r IttMOliIaY AUgust 29 tJ i t I Commissioners E I i of J A Sympson Land Washington Circuit Court Ky WILLIAM SYMPSON et al Plffsl R EquityOBERTIBy virtue of Juudgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Conrt rendered at the Febary term 1910 in the above styled cause I shall proceed to offer for sale to highest and best bidder at public auction upon a credit of one two and threee years on Saturday J September 3 1910 At 1000 oclock arIl SympsontheTract Ko 1 certain tract of land lyingin Washington county Ky about9 miles from Barastown and 2 miles from Frederickstown situated on the w of ldsofPKeify376 ACRES3 roods and 10 poes For detailed description see Order ofr Washington cii JfhJ At amI will be bidorbidsThis farm accepted suplyatbothoutbui1lings About onehalf of theland is rich creek andriver bottom land A gre U jIJ for stock Grass waterand feed are never scarce Ifyou are looizg f I money maketg and see it v At230octockpmthereabout on the Felix NaIl farm Tract No 2A certain thewatthendsl Spalding containing 292 AORESSand 26 square This hmoda Targe prqportibQ of finebottom land A great hog and corn farm with plehty of good tobacco landBoth tracts NO 1 and NO 2willOO sold with the thatte shalmaintho infants William provision interests I 21yearequiredForthe purchase t5ecurityorpn1id and haying th bearing Fgat interest fIOlpJanuUl11 1911 until preparedtoI hefarmon an adjQning farm C F BOSLEY M 6W4C C = STANLEY AS A FlGtfM is Revenge 01 he Africans for At tacking Hi Forces In the ollowlne W yStanleynatIvcsI1bAfricanlevlaUUII1bear9racbrgspei t s ccujsorta bn either flank spuniag Qter Into foam and shooting u J thrUlIllaIoudChearingPre0J9lltltlchedtr fespoulaJplosion and the dark bodies of the c noes tmfl pnddlecs nish past ustFoif a short 11mej tho savages ara Theyfindflamingtub8lot thl1ntheiurstled ottosederous worldrnd I buve begun to hate the filthy irullurcnis shoals who Inhabit it FpursutIrm up tream up to theIr villages 1 lt drmlsA In their atrcets drive tbjjnitpeUmell Eato the woods be yond and level thbtr ivory temples Wlttfc frantic baste r lire their huts aa r end tho scene Ly towing Weir ca aoes Into midstream a ddriftRAVENOUS EATERS T Gluttony of Solinan the Appetite of LoLis XIV Touching the matter of eating tho stories told by thp oMchroalclcra aiidshistorians of the iibuorihal appetites of certain Roman and oriental nien of note fairly staggdri belief Gibbon teIis of Sollniati a caliph the eighth centu who died of acu teaIndigestion In life cjimp near Chalcls ui Syria Just aslhe was about to icr Ifan army of Arabs nprnlnst Constantinople lie had vniptijed two baskets of eggs and figs Wl Ich he swallowed alternately and the repast was finish iIedgrlmage to 3fea t same caWpl hnlJo zitseventyand a huge ofthe Jrnhs Q- tTayct Such a Ilttywould Ierr tItwere not others similar character well avouched XIV could hard IY boast of an apt cttto as ravenous as oilmans but he would cat at a scting four plateful of dlfferejtJt soupsa whole pheasant i partridge a pinter ful of saltui unit on hashdd with gar lIctwo good shed slices of ham J dish of pastry and finish this ample repast With fruitand sweetmeats TLondon Saturday Review Victorian Gods If Thackeray with a brain weighing flftjMfKht and onehalf ounces had the biggest read among Victorian vi itlers who had the best features Tho choice would seem to He between Ten son and Henry Taylor That m anlmust be a poE remarked one of his Cambridge contemporaries when he first saw Tennyson come Into the hall at Trlulty and another friend de ysseribeias six feet high broad chested strong limbed his face Shakespearean with deep c ndshls forehead ample crowned with dark wary hair his head finely poised his hand the adml ration of sculptors But time do thinone too gently with Tennyson where as Ifenzy Taylor always a dist in guished looking maUi seems to have grown singularly majestic with years mtstORtmoreijIKe Jiipltpf than ever and con temporary miamolrd are full of refer enc s to its Jovelike appearance London St- AndaiiIliiIiiii tHIS BVlMPS The Explanation Given by tho Bookon Phrenology They were neWly married and were calling upon one of the friends of the bride who had been particularly pleas ant upon the occasion of their wed ding The IbrldeErodm apropos of phrenoJopdiscov ere two very proiniocnt bumps on the back of hlsheal1Jc was proud of them So wits shcatnd she passed him around that the idt and hoste4s mlgh eel the bumS Mid know of their ex istence Then sbx explained 1My book oikj ihrenology says that they mcftu good memory and generos Ity It irasf evident that she was proud of the frets and so was he But the host being of an inquiring turn Of mind wished to satisfy hlmselfso begot down a phrenological work tram one Of his library shelves and after much labor found the bumps on the chart Turning to the notes be read seriously at first then unsteadily The bride became susplclus1 but she was game and said Read It out loud Please dot And the host read t pThesefrequentlyfoundmonketc mnlndetNewYork Sun V J THE CABINET LEAK Daniel Webster Was Not Longla pfsf covering Iti Source Once iiteran usimportantcussion before th cahine4and the utmost 8ecrec ncd abutdboutmeeting So tt pciskleut hastily sent kEahit1inanMylngYoij minutelnpcated wormithnt pokHe tothenb1dY0t11d18tfngulshoneImovIug back from the door and a little to one side upon a certain spot In the carpet you kept an attentive ear ev word could asthoughexperimentingwith upon that exact spot there was somo acoustic property of the door or room that conveyed he entiretyf GoingGoing The aucttonccrhnd orthel nndlnyBeside his bed stood the doctor and lanxloUslywiltching each respiration Doctor arsely vh1sired ti hammer wielders wife whatsis his pulse now Wire doctor raised the patlenta wrlsto Ills pulse he answered Is now going at 10J The auctioneer sat up excitedly in bed IGoing Hi T041 Im cried nnhlv rjn pbr1as ti andllevcrWJbo ll make it 10r 2 But no one made It 105 And a min utiwater the auctioneer was going go iri7rjtone Exchange r Early Rfetr3 3I f ItttJtp i1j 2i ic J Tii i = ES I l yt i IFORi p p t I fr Womensti Ready=io=Wear rlPit 1 Yl gf Wash Suits in Shepherd Checks Pink Blue Tan and White y 0 tl J 450Lingerie300Panama f i 1500Silk t New things in Dutch Collars BeltsCollar and BeltPinAuto J J Veils Si iJJ I ftI and Gloves Women and Childrens Oxford Slippers JqPatent tTan and Gun Metal at Cost t Clothing Mens Suits worth up to 3000 fqt 1950 Mens Suits worth up to 17 50 for 1000 Mens Suits worth up to 1200for 800 i r Youths and C3hiliarens Suits1 at tost I i Gents dBeacon 1 t j i aWecallypur special attention to bur Clothing including Hart Schaffner Marx Wellworth and tat i p itzwe offering at4owerprices thari were ever made y Cunninghams Duncan i forAdvertising Road Work I the undersigned with the corisent und by the authority of B L Litsey County Judge being anxious that all the money appropriated by the Wash ington County Fiscal Court at theApriJ term be expended on the jturnpikes of the county call especial Attention to the following sections not yet under contractPart a 3 From pr ingfield to Pleasant Run on prifigfield and P rryvi11 pike t Balance of ec 40 FAm Pleasant p dikeJ ec 46 Barbourville Pleasant Run ridge to Mari MackvilleIlline t Sections 47 and 29 The and Texas pike ections 48 and 26 prirgfield Mackville pike 4 miles ofISectious 50 and 51 Balance p ringfield and Willisburg pike Bections 57 and 58 Balanfce of Lincoln Run pfke I ofISection 55 Fjrom the bridge East M D Reed to the Bloomfiel pike ction 64 Two From Cecilville to II Robt Mclntire ections 56 and 8 On the Walton Lick pike from Sales Ford to Polin J ec tion 4 On the Bloomfield pike from the Magisterial district line the bridgeI toJ ec 5 Booker pike ec 72 Tick Creek road ec ilL Mays Creek road i I will contract with any responsible j 31ty or parties who are willing to1 comply with specifications and will so- ontract All work must be completed by Nov 1 1910 AU bids to work these sections should be given fee at once All to whom promises of contracts have been given must cmelfuBee me at once and sign contracts J R MAYES J Road upervisor f tpHow skimo Women Die Qn her first entrance toiler new hut of snow an Eskimo woman is buoyed by hope of welcoming a son What of her last incoming to those narrow con Hues She knows that the medicine roan tins decided that her sickness is mortal wizen ehy is laid upon her bed feeblyburningtnd drInk set close at lier hand She sees her loved cues pass out of the t1oorwa3 that needs no tunnel entrance to keep chill airs away for presently the door Is sealed with snow The chill of death pierce through her en yeloplng fun Her tomb insures that iiio long tarrying vill bq hew TblI souI cornraulonhis with her may re rc3i itself with zood bat starving iuid freezing Lcr feeble body will wit aiess even that sour departure and knoiw thutljts hour has come to perish ulonerllarpcrfl Bazar f Paying For the Spots I conceived a perfectly dandy fechcniejfoi saving my table linen und teaching Jack to be dainty about his carving saId a young married man Bvcry time begets a spot on j fho tablecloth I nave him cover it with a coin 2he la scrthe spot the larger tHe coin laud more often than not it jINorahj tabuyPress i Think It Over thFOddyjWhat 11walfted hTlj Id Cemfortin0 the Sick rWLouiseworry about SIM horr1dbruielLIf e ii iiervea natleaa J7beatJ t L Furhishingsrr New stock MeasJ Negligee and DreM Audis UXIordsIn oj Uifderwearo LJUtlsband and Pumps In Floerahetw tan yxbi0 At cost in patent s t and gun metal Perfection are iw i e 7 1 Big J Re I N UucIn1 t StopsS and RailgesI I 1 Desfcjng floor space to place vmr Fall J line oHeaters etch we will swrifk 11 percent off on all our Ranges and Cooking Store i t that we hive on hand Beginning October 1st I thejailrflad requires all stoves shipped to be r t crated and will raise the price from I 10 to 225 Per GentI IIo- nmestovo You now t have the chue I ti I avoid these extra charges by buyinj it MM and also get a vaiktage of the 10 fr oentiAt count we are offering you Come iin ataIl b a look and if we dont suit you dont htyfe ts buy we will be glad to show you what wt lave SflDLTZ CLEAYE8 L ii 14 We are now Selling It I OLD JtI K Rt I OROBC AND LAWN GOODff1J I At bOST ON LYl A FEW LEFT i er place ypu order now IIaebefore hey are aligcn v f p I The best Porch Swing on tht Marke t I Come and in5p 3t clr6irJineo food i fl t t Leachit4 J Cambell IFu r si r t lrA L JlJ tM X 0 i J Albion andCciumla jAiyion tho Gem of tU6 OctenJwas tm1uol1dthat jabout iiS2Q nud asjieardfabove Inn pliers in the tlt0t sJ jnuei l lls ndon London street It tsanrent ituatfeemof the ocean fltsjaIkad moro PU1 than our large trcUooit- ent arid borne by the nednadjtbe the red of the Bittthimy3aW1 blue of the n vrls moreIo lcaltWra rjtfae meaningless Uhe tJNC1 vbite hnd b1qaThb1 EY E1Ic Jlsi sdnga are almost f the1lilte=J Excr 11 IIA MlyV SVliy do you sahslaj ISeaIwysr MMscl MksftftaxrN 4 t L l tJjtt tfc 7 Uijtve l f 1 l UM tile AQ1K IW l r rNj1 itirt wirqau 1 iia r 7 T1M ii r i iIrM Idt i to tr1s e7t I stpost j f na r M tS t = i If ri UaasIt lit vI DR E T4B1JRTOI 1SPITDNTITrami EXTRACTIO WITHOUT PAIN LJt JIPrzgo11LD JCT all D1 Work Strictly PfrcIas I t DI if CMUDD t du ui rgeon QMoe JKwrg J Mg amu to2 prn OOoM oetsydcw Drugstore JHJaimptonMDi 00fcc M Otera MtHse ovctr N J 1Rakd4Ititws3 JNWQfiGSBY- ATToEY ATLAW s hepIe 1ik rmLDJtY a b iDivlLW HYATT OflkM oyc Red CroM Drug Stor ooh Hyatt 1080 v to ifc m 4 to pm JGIINYMAYS- b yilJlL julOTOl to JQl LICENSED EMBAtMER TttEPHONEc PRI1GFILP11 TRaUrd Sckedule Ro11owig is the time schedule flow U if c On the Bardstown a aoi Springfield branch railroad Mo 41LHve Louisville at 4SO p m Bardstown Junction 522 jp m Barditown 6C6 p m arriVta ak Sprinfield 655 p m No 42 Leaves Springfield at t 600 am Bardstown 645 a mt1D t Barditowa Junction 7BO a mm ariv i at Louisville 820 a m t Nci14BLeves Louisville ai 720 a mtf Bardstown Junction Mr 855 mf Bardstown 1005 a m 4 rrlvetst Springfieid 1140 p m tr l NoV44rLeav B Springfield at lOOp rn4 Bardstown 220 p m Bardstown Junctjba 410 p mjcl art iifH at Louisville 545 p mH a t No 90 Sundays onlj Leavjes I pring fitld 715 a m Bardstown 100 Cm Bardstown Junction t45 a rL arrjre i at Louisville on 585 am No 91 Sundays only Leaves St6i00 pm Bards tb ibfnJ ctibni 645 p in Bards town 7 30 p m arrives at to 8pfkfjUldat825 p m i t Fit and Orfiaieiital I TREESVg ETrythioefor OrcbaLawn l andpiairden OMplliin Strawberry piantso 9talOKuK lo agents pLfi mUJENMEYER rv Lexington Ky Il of FoRfEENT Tb s blepn the I alley tc1c of my rtaiaenw lias iw6goill sItlbund carriage t0utf ln connectiou with lot wel n set infgrass t Mrs John W Lewis n tiSfriyed on my farm tbrei milfifroiD SpUJigtied 2rer teis 2 re 16Jifrs antI 1i cob and a1f Owner mty have sami ty pitying pasturage and lor tbs notice AtBEUT RTJDD 4RtFD1 l lSITlIi SRAYED From my IrE I4 about t o weak agoj a 70Qlb uIidfer 1eWrd1Oinforfl ailil iniidiugWreCcflery 7 las CVCle ents J I I ira recJiiciiijrJ mv slcclr of lA Imery la orderCo in tlte room l6f Fait go ds M1sWiWeKntt l Jr jli i Notice T1 J ftefrof J W Jarboe Coce ltj 101dtMlrI milL to c1 Wbfcttr I W 1U all peraoni ioiag ifcipitlt e indebted to UM tbUL 1m rseq1P4 to caUl LnJ tUs propUi JjAIIOJCOIr kildron Ory Nt UTCIEr jA i ILTOWNLscil JWHri Happenings of interest Fr1scstand Latest 1VAll htYourself FrINtI I IdAcquaintance II EFI MM fTobacco sticks at Barber Pettus Eatsat half pride at Wathen Sb lrsJ For SaleT Two tine Jennets E O Walker I ani selling everything at cost Miss Willie Knott FOR SALEh rtborn Bull Goddard Grundy Ready to wears for the fair at T Wathen Shaders Born to the wife of H ughJM oeab Cplumba Ky a girl A buggy at your own price at Av C kimbaljjs CljuBradybasror sale ijOn upookseedse1 00 per bu ToE SALE800 bushels corn Carroll Kell- yFoiSale175 StockEwes t Sam Jjpftoms LOSTAsmall rdback day ook Finder ill please return OD Hatchet FOR KENT Eoom plea Deposit Bank recently oc ppicL as millinery room FOR RENTRooms over P J Thomas and Joe Shaders gro i ciery Apply toLA Burns Mound City Paints may cost trifle more butLeo Haydon B D Lake wants to buy 30000 bushels of wheat Will pay the highest market price WASTEDA furnished room a good loc 1ityby a young an Applyat this office The Willot Mr Napoleon B Riley was probated Monday Richard Riley the Executor named in the will accepted the qst and qualified as such LOST Between St Rose Fch and Ben Simms farm black worsted coat Finder will bferewarded if returned to this office Work has already cQmmcnced the new house for the J ailrr Lumber is being hauled and preparations for the laying of foundation begun The new house will be quite an addition the countys buildings and a much needed improvement The action of the Fisal Court in making the ap pioprationis com- endabie The many friends of Mrs LIL- anArsdale Brackney will re ret to learn of her misfortune last Tuesday morning in falling down a flight of stairi steps at herbome at Columbus Ohio and- reaking her collar bone JhcI injury received the prompt attention of a surgeon lad she is progressing nicely The show you have been waiting for will appear at tbeI Opera House threejights begin ing August 29 Harry and Selen Crawford offran origi nal sketch UA Book Agents Wife Willie Gibson the champion boy acrobat Ted Hamilton some monolog and coon shouter one of the best in the business McMullen Page comedy sketch artists Miss Marie Duvall offers Aunt Mandy very clever ihd entertaining This ompany his one of the best vudesj lie shows playing the tresTpupu apes 15c 25c B5fSecur ziats early i Court Busy Ity was something of a 65ty day in the Police Court n the Ioreon Lena Gorten a colored ast High street co IiE looking tor Marshar Grace Her clothing was b oodt ndshe had a bandage about her bead and a pistol in her hand whiich she de cl red she bad taken from aunt Debby Barber after she bad tiredI shot at her After telling her that she would make a good deputy the Marshal sent her to lay hertroubles before the city attorney and told her that he would go after aunt Debby Ao companitd by her little doKsbe iinmediately sought the office o wbilejlberely became restless and wandered inw the col idoron returning iOprcs f jXtracted with out PAIN or INoiI Abb WORK iIIIIDone in this office is firstclass s respect and just as ad vertised g 1 WYSTALLARDDDS SsiSpringfield Ky r OOMMM w- heent red the office of the city clerk whose office adjoins that of the city attorney Not see ing his owner and believing thaVthe city clerknvas what re1 mained of the city attorney he evidently ttibught aunt Debbytt had beefl there too and becoming frightened jumped outof the wiodow on the street below great howl was raised but soonl Ins owner appeared and all started to the office of the city judge However two assistants believing that the canine hadtr seen enough of the city adminis i tration refused to allow him to goa further than the steps transacILIonsin Police Court that afternoon Aunt Debby evident ly believed thatHtbere wore twoIIIIred sides to every controversy and bid warrants issued for black ones asshe called lourl wOo were Lena Gorten Sallie Qorteo Battle Gerton and Mat- atie Stevenson and whose trial was held first Hattie Gorten be ing dismissed Sallie Gorten be fined 5 and the other two 15 each Aunt Debby s trial was set for next Tuesday When tes tifying against the othersshe bsaidangel from heaven had been continually assaulted with rocks and When she interfered she received t a severe threshing She produced a basket of rocks which she declared had been thrown at her and became very indig nant when asked by the attorney for the defense if she gathered them up on her way to the Court Fouse and deelared that sheh was a pure wI1iteiggerc Something Doing Persons who attend tie Faira this week will find much to ingterest them Those who delight winare looking for as thffre is a greater number of fine horses there than ever before Thew rings for other live stock arec much better than lastyifear Besides these attractions which constitute the Fair proper there are manny other attractions on the ground New Albany Mililr tary Band one pf the best in theacbuSitrv is furnishing the music c and the privilege for small shows and exhibitions has been sold to an association which cony ducts a large number of small shows so there is quite a num ber of small tents on the ground Ito and a variety of exhibitions The Flying Dutchman the fayor Ito of the young chUdren and them old children is there as usual j The management s this year l tried to furnish amusement for B everybody and it lotfks as if they have succeeded School Taxes Dues Scbcol taxes foiHhe year 1910 bnowby notified to call on the treasurer iit and pay same A 5 per cent of penalty will beadded September lyif nptpaid by that time GOWhartond Treasurer If you want aGsOllri Engine II Automobile or Motor Cycle I baye the best made AisocarryS anything in jhe N G MARKS C 1iMiss Ardie H Wall were quietly i married at the Baptist church b Rev W B Williams yesterday morning at 11 oclock While It was generally known J that the young people intended to marry yetonlyalew ol the most intimate friends were ap prised of the fact that it was to q takeplacewhen it did iITbe bridals a daughter of Mr nd Mrs J M Wall of Moore u and is a popular and taletille tdJadywithmanyfr1end gMr7youngLeader ex lIkes The NewwishES ttends congratulationsdthem a long and happy u life t if DEATHS r teKelIyI Just emerging from infancy to childhood jusas the brightness of a happy life was opening to or her vision little Catharine Kelly the three year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Win P Kelly was m called py the death angel to ath- righter and a happier sphere yea Her death occurred yesterday morning from scailet fever She our was a very happy disposed child and was the pride of parents and of brothers and sisters and our in her death they have suffered severe loss llbeJ Brown IQai1e a sad death vas that of ent Mis Mary Brown wliicb occur plan Tuesday afternoon after a short illness of typhoid fever plan Miss Brown was a daughterof- i yea Mr and Mrs W E4 Brown of iI Valley Hill She hal jjust reach ed the thirteenth year of her they ge and wason the threshold of womanhood when the final sum one mons came Being thje possessor he of a cheerful disposition and am charming manner she iincon ro sciously drew to herself the love and friendship of all and will be dieown home but by a large circle off friends and neighbors as well and Junedtll services were conduc int ted at Willisburg yesterday by Rev Wj A Wolfe and bprial was in the cemetery at that place W tftioMontgomerybe A death that was a shock toam amisch- omparathe suddenness was that of Mr Wm P Montgomery which occurred on last MOndayan at five oclock Montan attended church St litiSunday morning audop as in his usual health untilco about 12 oclock Sundav night when he was taken violently ill prithl the connection with heart trouble caused his death the next day shOncelebrated his 78th birth Jayca Mr Montgomery was born and in Wasbington county nd is the last of a family of six thhildreiCOIheeffWoodwardears No children of this mar riage survive On the 29th of December 1862 he was married Miss Martha Ann Carrico who ith the following ten children survives namely ftlassrs Tho Holy as Robent Sam and Charlesof Montgomery Mrs Laura Wneat ley Mrs Kent Snvth Mrs buookand Miss SallieMontgomery all of this place and brother Chris of topher Montgomery of the Or ingi der of Xavena Brothers dfasac- Liusetts 0Mrand known throughout the copnty and was of a hospitable nature ineingcan be said The llachstring his door always hung on the outside Funeral servjces verecon1 cted at Uii Requiem Mass his by Father SulIiVan at St Rosel yesterday and burial was in St terominicsbeaiteVa were Luke Barlow Fred Ca arrico John A PolIo JoeI Mrs arpaldingTaarrbTmoj I t xtxt 1China Oil and WaterColor Paiotings j Hand Painted China a Specialty v fc Le tme furnish your prizes presents etcAIl orders receive prompt attention Ials have 4 seve rai handsome Oil and Water Color Paintings AX aleat B1ASONABLE PRtOES Bii home Saturday and Sunday Phone2S B k 7 V Miss Flora Keene Ii t i+ t 44 Good Rbds Mr Editor IYHaving recently traveled over some 180 or 140 miles of road in our county I have noticed with much pleas ro te splendid im provement in the farming interest in many ways and while some may express surprise at the in crease in land one only has to make a little closer study and see the possibilites of Wasbiog ton county lands when placed under Condition to do her best and that will ccme as the farmer becomes each year a better student of his oWn business and is more willing to be taught by his better mforraed brother and I use the word Brother in its tjsJb 1q and bounds in an in bye9y ret and a more in sldln Moaof the science lligent apjtkCaiot also true farming is y other that we are asi ELiImprovements that is cfemore Importance and that should go hand in hand with our increased interest in the improve ent of the home is it not true at om roads are r aye each mouth soon effect the value critcisingIIfarm land but product of the farm Now sir lam not county officials on the contrary II take it for granted that that they are doing the very Ist they know under the systeniI w in operation and with presIImoney available under the system but is there is tbere not some among us who can sug roadsIIby which we can by which we have ideal remember seven years riding over this jsame road were much better than whenIIreoday with a gentleman of the Northern States Sow would remark each dlymyJy hov rich is your country in cOadindifferent your people seem to Mrs to good roads Arewe in ffeient I think not I be lieve the people want good roads JM 1 for one b lieve they will tiiully be satisfied without them The questionis how may have theo before the burden aciouldCould we not with 100000 white we still have the fpunda n while we have a good r adm badFo- ount buy road building ma inery and still have enough money to put the roads of our tin county n first class Co ditionRJ d could we not do that without increase tax rate or with very tle increase We could in my inion well afford to bond the unty for the amount suggested place our county where she operly belongs and never feel burden of improvement thai would mean much to our citizen ip Now Mr Editor this communi tion is not ihaspirit of controversy but with the hope thatA others may offer suggestipns and at the whole people may be It me interested ina matter that one ects every citizehof our county A i PERSONAL Mr and Mrs J E Carrico ofbus Cross tended the funeral the Mr W P MontgomeryM Dr M W Hyatt of Willis was rg is in town this week Mr and Mrs John L Norris eebiMrs S A IShaunfcv stoMrsworse Glasgow Ky are vithtingMr v Mrs W P MerrittFseats Mr Zack Crows of Illinois is visithA Mr andMrs E E Buster pfi hat mluirj Mr Wallace Duncan is visitingi i the parents this weelf umT TMr3onq Lizzie of Fairfield Mr mo Shrotherthe Alvis of YazooGTty Miss e the guests of Mts T D pp Miss Bessie Rob left this rning for a trip to Colorado Look MrC J flaydon is ill at his Collte home on West Main streef tight and iMrsE Carl Litsey wfc6 is illI with Typhoid Fever oo tmues to Improve f ifdonIMrs Nannie Harmon Icut of JensontPn are visiling Mr and Mrs S M Campbell ledMfO H M Grundy hasturh a trip to Martinsvllle Ind V j Mr Huston lJutrqnd wley ma of Gravel Switcharethe gnetts r ot frdabere- E4 J 1 ONLY1 TO GET 1riE1J 1 1Greatest Bavatns If ttr I OF YOUR LIFE II rI f We havefinished taking stdick and now is your chance to buy j I 1 Odds j EMSsand ReMnants t I j fI AT YOUR PRICE Jf t I I 1 Ladies Tailored Wash Cbat fl il7rs Now the Suit l1tc tI I tF f K ni Underwear at Cost Woolen Dress Goods at Cott t tJ LadiesMus Th Ladies lingerie and liilorebVWaists at Cost Vt r 1 V 12 12 and 15c Lawns for 71 2c I i i rtt Silks ahdCost t ns for 5c CalicoesSeI11OcL ih iI iBargairiin TheGo1E b i JJNCQRPORATEI 9 a elMrunty is the guest of Mr and S M CampbelljjMr Jcsonton is visiting the family of Boswell r Acute or ChroDicWhlch No matter if your kidney tronble Jis te or chronic Foleys Kidney Re medy will reach your case Mr Claude Brown Reynoldsville v IlL writes us bt be suffered many onths with kidney complaint 4vblch- llI all Ireatment ReTiedr At JasWhetllddI 1cureable value to me Haydon bertson For Sale I 1eastotJdetboditChurcbhaVing l Mairistreet II1 I 1For11 THE LOST jMBR LiJ Torrent of Thanks Did Not Accbm party Its Recovery was on a train coming through southern Wisconsin On board was of those Impr iriptu cQmedycrowds IOUej I ros that umbrcll of mine 1 dunno growled the l UsbaIt well you had It last f rDldnt nnltherY 1II ion did too aid youve got I Ondln It Iy bet Its up forrerd re whore wo was asettln before conic brick hyer ore growls from the husband who sleepy You got tobelpme hunt It any y he took him and wont fof ward rng under the fieats All up and scnrchIo1I11n11pping made her tlc madder and excited the woman got and the orsQ her husband growled InalJT she began poking under he to see Jf she could touch the umbrella on In aomo recess beyond her girl with a bljie feather In her who had been timidly watching performance and showing blush tendency to Interrupt could con herself no longer Wlwta that youre ppkjnfe under seats with Isnt that the lost brella1 she asked he womnn straightened up4 gave lOOk at the tightly grasped 1nstru- t and snapped outYes It Isr e said it just as If It bad all boon fault of the girl with the blue 1 feather in her hat Chicago News NoLgum5II Pntronlzer of tne Cu up Restaurant fiftie waiter this coffee II cold and Intelligent WalterQulte t Blr ThIlsll iqulck lunch cafe II the coffee was ho ybu couldnt hU1LOiidfl Scraps lrlnkit1iU Preference My der said the fargeelng par that yQung man may ho a trifle tedious but he is1 a coming TP weatIJJl11Icicni iIP JldtantagOftt took jtGI searcbtti thebEefl m1dIttrTlOs t W nd pi said that wa4tk 1 called a boreal pt InformatJoB bScat 1fewa 4jj = q 1r1 The Thomas Grown lfh5 i4ii1 4+ I WITH CHANGEABLE SPEED v IIt f J This Mower has more exclusive features than any mower oi the imarket These newfeatures are not merely talking pointi tot art j really meritoriQus It has the Ball and Roller Bearing Floating 1Cutter par Improved Foot Lift and Raising Lever a Double tM r andean be changed from a fast to a slow speed iin a few Jot 1Gear Itjias heavy drive Wheels strong and simple muse and 1 1 draftis guaranteed Come in and see it I 1 Dump Rakes Pump akes and Relfable SelfI v IS Dump RakerI J i1A C ICinibaIlAgt J 1 k r tLewis Chambers General Afents t t t IThe Stated Industrial Show Window 7000 EAtries Last Year 1SOOQO Im AtUadwi SIX BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS THIS YEAS 9 30000 In Premiums HORSE SHOW AND HIPPO DROMEATNIGHT EIGHTH ANNUAL i ssISukri1A DAILY RACES flRliMI ir ATIKIAO AND MIS a t lHAiIIMIM uaIMaP us tMW txmmxrnm MMTJ- WHL PUIHHtH AMMIiMlin IKtTtUCmil IHMHI LOW RAJLaOM itXTBI- Ftf tartlrtf MWMMMI wHi JW 9MMIM M9 FMl ItMt r HSCfTCMMftYIIIOWIIL o u L Et I PtiT Sp TIME FORt NEWt awAk 1 antifixhgsgeral1yYk isei the Hrir eol shirts Ty H tIsebN theyslipu jsta III Ij be Wehaysthea sr s od t fIbJ tis i 1J1 be t1rr1 LtIt 5 l b Jndb M c 11- 11TwT 7 rwi i J j 7 At Wkleh OM of the Jtertk WJursto im Ik AlW TJt a i JJJT 0 p f rJ f tltl j tIaswDjiiwssbsc MNIIlJopes wos LIi divide sklrta NootMr wE ft tr JJ dp otfcer co inta Mrto wwr r b JMT and the two made aJ mrpsLr niwiitf Ui i wu Wt JiIW I r b WIK WWat1 t wMi1 d T his tTJjaMrt 4pd tro nn with boots Jfromfltjerwbobsaaasasbsa bews kictstst- t e VafateI18Mrg ic4 lI J Sdeaottlt r owh dLi beJacpb781 pemetv abs bad ptrwMd 1 ltotbbobo4pstsM jMttit W v I tsatats4r bacaitse he was dDCIt4 U Asw7 t r ksr iTb rt iwr other fat 4 to mwhich jrW aw rprt1Y T eoPae pa iriDi Mof j tMoyt tMt were nsJcnqwm to Irodioatotboranck J e I4stssaw1tk Joka Nltip toiisrgepercbossC WbIk gkkdag with bI ati1II tjMIaAwt etboIJa44 aia1MI atae h tIIe ateVs TkOWIU thotrsTpsiis T r A peet tiwir walked t to th Ttranda Thin 1 Iame4rwas VoUns laughter tht bates I a 1Lthe tee at the I by rktM f h r that Ie was la leve MA I Aff d that hte attea JMt MtWac ta 9M then aM weJ Zil WheM rJasati lat m EMJJt1aaI abwt here Ik beoo fortaWe except iyoatrpe 11rJI 1ay1ttt qpeetsRy d sed at being tUte iis Tt w abe hMalyusi4t ayattract1o torE y7iIWI the iea t t air her during B1I J t Ir t wu eIt Y117 Iatg bofoe ad I each a CeW7 I toY that I waatsd her aM she dteceverei thatI she dMat want Barker MeaHwhtt I d wt soeth1u oteatliat ke Ilia keeeas frightfully Jeetew ef me and Itf I tMk Mr away from him he would i pnfcaMy kilt me At fret be asdi sfriit to Meli ether iwbea we met ejther at thf ranch reteewbere Then be eislr noticed pe mt thNelaa hewe thMBght It beet after awhile to re MWc4 lew isoatMdJ hotel a mile jf Ituytb1ncppenedIMt1rHa that 1t Mi TmY 1w rters orJaCW oa the Perth et Ute hotM1ga brier = Barker IIt IItOt the where be had1ite drimkiBgr I aI a seat about thirty Jeet from i Ittkov hew there till JI iiIbtttJottbeJescat yghrevo1verat ae i tT Nat47teJit XlJ Ier X4wr e pe Jl4l ctJeW k to woke atch expensive pl t herel 1 The iia were scarcely out of his halt a falBi tick oathe t IiEpipe h4thOcr et that ahk 1idiOeedra e iqpt he growled u I was e Y fwDewRt 4nW rilla SaJQ sHIiiWPti apt a look at him He was1 If under the influence of 11s o- 1 Jek If I dIdatMhIfflebot at jpK wo W shoot at toe ud JMirved yjstaa4another shot IMsad uffwpHratl VwBft Ab for WM mjearnwd But i told chill ran 4 iewmi et AIr NeT 1 1 frOnr tJa c urf aceaMoee4ly t Mttlai 1acco lui e I ce JI WW i rg J 9vt- or fear at t n aim 5 j the hotel bIITtst r i1inebvt to 4il1 eiM hMtr SHIM1 They ur rtved L if 1tu tIt Hcu shet aMaptisd a baWl at my pipe e at e jrat bMatiuij e CtMRIT vceedtjaS srr iey M JtO sa4srIzil ucb Jikfc COt4I PNw4 t lrwat l it aM i = dii qltraa4a lii my aeth- Wb 1 jMrvc made Barker half ashtM tir lrf aelf eir tkatJie was Ihetts illlt1 fMt theri4eat kswab4from tlf AvMJaj LUT i frJ- racee deati urged me toP in sand seinetbug JJ hiat decbned sayin- gthUwa1uxIOla or a osad watM go upstairs for antherpIpe- T truth hi wanted askance io go Ii cotdd VMbtwrved gTt way Sfs1l1na Jatiilfir momen ttMqr karinc bee tledoiaIT by a most desfMtatc Cert Wlwul staggered to the ri s uier iew tstea IgiMltei Bki a leaf Bat what be jpMi to tecorec I started to latthe same time Men will light more ipafsralriy foe a urotaan than for any Other cause and it occmrred to iBe likt Daisy being tke bone of castea Usa if HpretenH me either Barker erIWMtdle 1 apent some tie cea rigwhat to do the went to the Neb iBJtesdteg to over myself to Dainy if ske refused me 1 would teaye tlHt hkl ajt once to all suitors If ake accepted me L would have It Wit rftk Barker I fe Bd Mies Baisy very much ex KeI She lia Ward of Barkers shooting escapade and bad turned bit terly against mitt I told her that 1 wanted hefc XBd if she wanted me I was idling to settle the matter be tweeM Barker and myself HIt reply was all jcoaid have asked for bat she p k1Ye1718fbafe my coming Into collteioa with my rivall 1 told her frankly that r believed he would kill oie llmarrlefibeiandtbat the mat ter had better be settled before the wedding Being a woman she wished lo get rewurihe matter by subterfuge tad for the time being would consent o nqtbg elnlte Daisy was very food of an oldranck ec called Take Huchlaa To her be vas Uncle Jake A day ofc two after Barkers shobjtiBgr as J was riding over rhe country on horsebac Huchlns alongdeleoI han about the ebootin o yftlir Olpe outeR yer mouth be said 1Uts tie Daisy was telling me about itV Oh It was Miss Nolan who tojd ow was it1Yes And whats more she asked ue tp suggest someway 0 settlln the matter without blood spUiinV- Tha s impowiblei saId I So 1 thort at twit but arter awhile9 I thort of a plan Barkers mighty prowl ohls shootinV and kea pretty made up his mind that hes lost Daisy I reckon hed agree to settle the matter by a trial o skill between kim and yep Hed consider it his only chaacel 4Tm no shot Such a contest would itTe Mtes Daisy to him and she o ntwant him Not so fast You dont need to be 1I111Ckof a shot Could you bit a hens egg at twenty feet T I might IB twp or three shots Well I give Daisy my plan and shes decided to try it fierea a sote for you and heres a lot for Barker Whichever kits a hens egg with a fortytwo the most oriten five shots shell marry He handed me a note to that effect from Daisy an howe i me another he was cocamfesloned to deliver to Bitxker hIe vyomconseat T he added dtaw jBgjrftinA C t r Q YikiBintDaiay ruWHhowt Awaking for more fie turned about aIidrode back in the direction roin whjfice be came tEbe iexts1ny4iJncle Jake Informed iM that Barker bacigladly agreed td rthe terms On the appolUted day made my appearance at the barn wondering what was to be the upshot of this sin gular contest 1 found an egg sus pended over a basket by a flue bread woe the tow and with It the right to Ire five ecutivesbots at the egg missed the first and the fourth but PUt a hOlel in the egg on the second third and tte fifth For my life I could Dot see why I Sad nofJo tltwouid be nothing fore Barker to hit the egg very time A aeWltgg was attached to the thread for him to shoot at and whipping out his revolver lice fired with ap parent carelessness He was surprised o see the egg oscillate violently but the shell was not broken The next time he fired betook careful aim but with no hotter success He was thunderstruck Since 1 had hIt the egg three times hecoald now only tie me VYOB must bit it in the center said Uncle Jake Ujoudont youll glance Barker aimed long jind carefully at ititer center and sent the egg bobbing Sit still the shell was unbroken Flinging his revolver on the barn floor helitrcde away I Dew that Barker had been tricked rMt could not conceive bow It appeared tone that nothing could be More tatr than the trial 1 asked Uncle Jake how he had managed to let me a pooV shot boat the best ebot 1it1 e territory He would not tell me Barker was never seen there again Daisy had induced him to sign wouldJ1 married Dairy niij tno1hrr east with me She said she hull Lad enough at the wild west and had no further lose for cowboys not considering them The romantic creatures she had thought them when she first went to the cons try She learned the secret of the shooting match frbm Uncle Jake the duy we ifere married and told it to me on our wedding Journey The meat had been token from the pjgg Barker shot tfnud the featherweight shell had been moved aside each time by the wind of the ball To hit It waiI Impossible waiI Uncle Jake had learned the trick tom a prestidigitator who bad passed jhou5b jthe locality with a circusIFO cm J r WatOME WORDS TO WOMeN Wsa wi cwidsrs iLr Se tIkIhd writ s Dr Pier sOd ratiye free she d1 II iisa Str a xpiiU- J 4 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tells alll about it both sent free by mail Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghatnton NYo When writing mention reading this gen oas offer in this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwpRoot and dontlet a dealer seLl yottsomethiag in place of SwampRoot if yoil 4 jri will be dkwpointed i BATSMENTAKE LESS OFA CHANCE in Old Days Pitchers Woik1- Far t to GlI tdYintUiI ITSYERY DIFFERENT NOW Even With thvChang In Mthd the alter le In bangrMeny Instance I Whre Being Hit by lall Affects Playing Ability When Frank Chance manager of the Chicago Nationals wasVstruck on the head by a ball hurled by Pitcher Gasper of Cincinnati recently It recalled the tact that many star baseball play ers have lost their effectiveness through being hit by thrown balls That more batsmen are not InjuredI by being bit by pitched balls speaks well for the skill of the present day pitcher In the old days the pitcher would not Infrequently let one go straight at the batters bead In order to drive him away from the plate Such a proceeding Is rare nowadays Working the edges of the plate sem I to have proved more effective NJer tthelesa the fire the batter faces is dan serous iOe of the worst cases of lead hit ttog was that of Hugh Jennlng now manaisfer of the Detroit clcb by A Dos Busl Jennings with Baltimore thiwas noted for his close bugging of the plate and his willingness to ic cept a base by being hit by the pitch er He relied upon his quickness1 of blowkRusieJennings was willing to turn his shoulder accept a deflecting blow or let it hit his shirt front or the slack of his knickerbockers He could do this with pitchers of average curve but Rusles curve vnvs too sharp hi the break and too fast for him to avoid Jennings stood close and got one full1 tourda111WIpowerful constitution pulled Mix i through though be never was the same nervy man again at the plate arid It wag months before be could p 7Jennhigs an extreme ly durable person While at Cornell tlbottomotThe man is a marvel of vitality and energy He sustained two sbbcts that would have killed the avera geman yet he Is as full of energy today as t1l1amoI Roderick Wallace the famous infled er of the Browns had his batthig effl ciency seriously and permanenjtly 1m pIred twelre years ago when be was hit In the head by a ball thrown by Chick Fraser who was then with the Louisville club Walitice was knocked flat and It was many days const1tutionstand the shock but he never was quite the same hitter afterward pan Hoffman the center fielder of the Browns was the victim of a fear fulblow at the hands of Jesse Tanne bill then with Boston some years ago Hoffman was at the time deeme the most promising player In 7thebavlnghiswan One day he made a triple a dou ble and a single against Tannehill In three trips to the plate The fourth time ap Tnnneblir hit him a terrlljc almostklllPdyoung andItconscjpusuwss Then his nerves were declinedtosir tnontha seasonhewith only one eye Hoffman says that backhisable to hit left handed pitchers since the day be was hurt Now six years after Hoffman Is at the mercy ot the pitcherJohnnie of the Cardinals was hit by AndyCoakley on neckMst tlme nd r7Nrs his health was se touply Impaired k RgerBresaahaa severeIBreast1r4Oproteedtljfihep4tcbettt ot lights have beer1gtfcjtjrM to a degree leas sar- i5tbaa th w Bwatiofie It aU icoen Wisbew that lelo UIsR0twltbouIto CrMt fearers especially to men attthe Mt Mast of the fatjBries on toe IM ksveiesae about through cojll r nois Dfcween rreraers sacs as WW eat that cost the life of Htib Collins wltlaHarrrIltoteyBatted balls Injure very few play rs thevgh the way mae hit them About in practice would often Make ene Wonder that accidents are not were frequent The most Notable ac eldeSt of this sort was wen SchriTer ef Pitts burg hit William Hart of the tame club on the chin with a ball bat ted in practice The drive shattered Harts jaw It was wired up agzlin Hart iii now fifty years old and Iis rat ed high among the pitchers of the Southern league t Humor and Philosophy s VJiCAi HsJtll1 BEWAREI f rpHlS children L rhat you ie6 Aloft With spceadlne tall Of light t That paints jtr yAhdjttAcrosaAt night A comet la r With curious wars SSf Quite little understood 5ItupilSe good g sAs for i The children Who are bad I wouldnt promise that JIt wouldnt gulp them At a biteI jShoelJ jAndtWhenilLikeIThunderstorm t Oisllke fredhdt ilI5JQ9t curve fe Just how Tleyw1ll perform Solchlldren tii T s the safest plan Tolnlnd your pr and qa I Totir mas Your uncles And your aunts t Y4ur pas and Cousin Sues And wash Y rface and hands and ke p Your shoes f And stockings dry And when The comet comestI guess rfi That It rWill pass you by His GreaY Meed He bas a most remarkable them ory He isnt in any business that calls for It Is he1ij i BushaessI Non Then it is remarkable- No You see his wife believes ev cry thing he ays A Hew Discovery We are staj ting In a way that prom ises great things Right ort the bat Is the discovery of th fourth dimension A mere boy of eleven years has gone out with his gun as it were aud brought the thing in lou cannot see It but it is there He says so and be proves it by figures that no one but a professor can follow and the layman never can tell how much oflt they understand and to what extent they are only looking wise lest they give themselves nway We have to take his word for it He can no more put it Inn cage and exhibit it about thcountry than can the discoverers of the pole place on- exhibition their find v Ail honor the bright little boy May he go on and oij now that he has start ed for we see no reason Inco he has lila hand In that he Bbouldnt discover a fiLth sixth or seventh dimension Pleasant Lapse How is Charley getting on on the stage Very nicely He hopes Jo be a star next year Why not a comet Why acometV It would be so nice to have him- comeback in about seventysix years Cured Her 4She hasnt any faith in the doctors Ever sick I No Just on general principles then r General principles nothing She hind to sue one for breach of promise Felt Safe My son look out for those girls They hove designs on you Never fear dad The only designs on me sin the tattoo marks on my arm Drew the LIne He was a robber bold and bad And you bet be stirred up wrath Because when iwornlng in his line He took everything but a bath PERT PARAGRAPHS It Is very often the person who doesnt talk very much about It who is most set upon accomplishing a thing We never fin tell what Is going to happen and it probably would he mo notonous and irritating to such i degree if we could that we would sit up nights to geta change in the program 7People who do a vast amount of bragging are always putting a hypothetical cage They have no time to do anything else Silence Is a good thing to have in tour possession when things are warm big up and other people are getting angry More people would hear the call of the soil If it didnt call to heavy lifting- A mali is known by the company he teeps at a dlstancei When there is nfly in the ointment who pauses to be sorry for the fly Successful Women alias Catherine M Cook state super j tAteudent of public instruction for Colorado and Mrs Sarah Ilatt Decker tool the leading parts lu the laying of the coro stonbof the first building erected In Coora Jt to he devoted ex clusively to the development of boust hold rt nnd women brk jrbui uildlngisrhegifri of Senator Gtfggcn helm to tbe Colbrudo Agricultural jcdlt e t II WOOD BLOCk PRINTING Charmln EIfd Gain sdiom This Work CUSHION HTS BLOCK DESIQIT l Curtains porch und bungalow pll t lows portieres couch covers table runners bags of all sorts to factany thing that can be stencilcdcan Just as successfully be printed by the woodblock process r If one canfiot draw a deslgnfor a carved wood block It is perfectly post slble to adapt one from something atj hand Designs suitable to be traced and then carved on wood blocks can be obtained from wall paper or fabrics with conventional designs A little practice twill soon teach the worker what to eliminate and what to keep to make a well balanced bar monious design suitable for this charming craft Sailboat Girls Like to Pose Womans place in the sailboat ISa problem now agitating amateur sailors The mariners who take their Bumpier vacation as their only opportunity to sail the tricky catboats have found that most of their accidents have been due to the recklessness of their wo men passengers It seems to be an Inveterate feminine longing to pose about the decks after tlnmnnner of girls on magazine covers The woman who sits on the cabin top is the hard est to deal with Whenever the boom jibes the swIng of it is likely to knock her into thewater Now it has been discovered that the place for women on catboats Is in the cockpit but this will probably kill sailing as a pastime for wpmen because it keeps them almost completely bidden A Womans Plan Mrs Ellen H Richards proposition for working people to live In hexago nal buildings fifteen stories high and literally surrounded by sunlight and air is not aesthetic but it is rather terrIble from an architectural polpt4ol view Butthat neednt matter Iftbese towers will but solve the congestion of cities and aid in the improvement of sanitary conditions Now the Time to Buy Lingerie Gowns This is the season of the year to buy a lingerie gown cheap The shops are all marking down their best models and one sometimes can purchase fox less than half the original price a frock that In the beginning of the season was prohibitive Then If one d4es not care for ready made clothes there is at present the ITS FUKNVil HUT HE KAQILT COPIED opportunity ofobtalalog at greatly duced rates pieces of lace and lovely lengths of iuwrtfun and flounclnpp The lingerie gown illustrated is a French creation but as you see iiamay b copied nt small cost The ma tennis used ujx nil oyet eyelet emj broidery lluunclngs Qlic skir consists of two iUup pitrcs of the flouncing put together wlUi a wide insertion of vat lace At the bottom of the skirt tinderi the scalloped edge of the flounce isarscanty mmXof the vnleucienues lace Thl peajsnnt bodice formed of eyelet and jure Outlining the rouull neck Is n piping or jhhick velvet Lluck is really better than luck for it often the latter up and carriesI it right PICIIs A person is one who can- applause on short nqticp nn l dstrlbqte U with a generous bund tiida sinillhg face JThe best way to keep peace iIs t4 bebtble to Ifck very possible antagonist A Joint account Is the liquor bill t thirsty man runs up ou a pr bibltloh state t A good Joke Is one Which never shows the wear and tear to which its invariably subjected Experience is qaid to be agod teacher but that cant be said to be its i primary object d All things comO round to turn who the waiter + There Is nothing so unpopular as a oo popular tune A Coti AND JESSIE lM QUAD Copyright by Associated Literary Piessl Mrs Spencer had dropped in oath bride of tour months She bad hat her eye onyoung MrsGray for gome time and was now prepared to shatter her idol After observing that there were five1 cases of marriedrcouples separating saIthing perfectly awful I never readabout those things replied the young wife Of course there are good and bad husbands buf my Billy Is one of the very best grodglngtlyI thought my husband was almost an angel for several years and then he tlvewlvestBut Billy is different you know Perhaps On Monday I was In the telephone bo ftiat Calders drug store to talk with my daughter Its a double booth you know Just as I was ready to ring up your husband entered the other booth and called up a young woman and had a conversation with her But he didnt say anything to me about IV replied the wife What name did he call the lady by There were two of them before begot through arid he called them Lou and J lsIeHesnld hed have more money for them soon Mrs Gray dont go oil deceiving yourself asii did Butbut I dont think he knows any ladies by those names faltered the wife as her eyes filled with tears You mean he hasnt tojd you that he does Of course not My husband didnt tell me that he bad four other wives Husbands are sleek sUck and sly You hove got to be crafty to find them but How v rt if you wont to sit here and do nothing Ive no objecI tions But Wltalcan 1 do I fdont know who Lou and Jesshr are What can you dp You can be lithe n telephone booth at noon today yon can hear his talk you can get sight of him you Can go home and pack your trunk you can stand right up t01 rhlm and tell him that his perfidy Is dlscovered At noon young Mrs Gray was mone of the telephone booths at Calders TJp to the moment she started trot home she had said to herself that she wouldnt go She had been waiting In the booth only five minutes when a step she knew entered the store Then some one satdown In the other booth Her heart was throbbing sfo central was rung up and a voice called Give me 2043 Ja kson The number went down on a sUp of paper In the booth at the mans back Hello Is that you old man Well how are Lou and Jessie today I didnt sleep two hours last night for thinking of em Havent moved yet eh Oh jao Im not going to throw up my bands Ill send you a check by messenger at I oclock 1 picked Lou and Jessie and Im going to stand by em Goodby At the usqal hour of 0 oclock Billy Gray came home whistling He was happy also hungry also longing for the kiss that always greeted him He entered the sitting room to find a woman seated ono trunk She had her hat on and some she had failed to find room for thingsI trunk were piled on achalr man was his wife and she looked up at him vllh a cold stare Is it you Ruby Good lands hut what dockthismean Is your moth er dead Stand sack sIr she replied as she motioned him off I am neither Lou nor Jessie But wliat is it You are pale You have becii crying You have packed your trunk Tell me what has hap pened tvSir she said as she rose from the trunk and extended A piece of paper here nre thee proofs I dont think youll wait to ask any further qUes- tIons No 2012 Jackson1 he read and then asked But w tat Is It What does this mean I It me us Lou and Jessie sir 1 was right there In the telephone booth this noon when you conversed with them You picked Lou and Jessie and youll stand lv them Will you mytimother If you think Lou and Jessie will object I can find a cab myself Billy didnt rusheforward and try to thrbw his arms around her He didnt try to explain He simply got down on the floor and laughed and rolled over and kicked about until tin stern faced wife wttnGered if the sud den blow bdd takeR away his reason She bad almost decided to send for a doctor when be utn hold on himself and rose up anti pulled her down on the trunk beside him rand said MJso 2043 Jackson Is the office of n stockbroker IICI1 brlpg you the telephone book and show you Lou uicl Jessie are the names of two copper mines am Interested tn The broker carrying me on a margth The stock is dull and Cown and Ive lost a bit but I nm hoPln for a rle and hanplng on Heres i circular telling nil about the Lou aul Jessie and aev- tIml other mines ndronyou I am not perfidious wretch Hus ret61nncrJFurniture Covering If you do not wish to go to the exp 1se of having covers for your furni ture made by the upholsterer try the expedient of pinning on summei1coy ers Cut pieces till exact size of chair or section of sofa allowing enough to turn In n hem all around edge if it be uot bound with wash braids Fasten tthe pieces In placer with big noadetj whIte pins placed as close as- upholstvr tucks The pins are or namental and form ti rimming If less Contrast Is desired get plus of gilt or color of braid f Thunderstorms and Milk Jie popular belief that thunder Ktorms sour milk seems to be pretty thoroughly exploded Expettoeat has fOesJJIN The apparent connection betwat ttund rstorn and Jsour milk if jra ably dut to the Bujtry condltfoM pre d1ng the xiorui r a AVksathdgbOdmm NOTNijcoiic + rA r t1SOW stirdIiIIi WorsvZflerliessamdLOS3OFSLW Ycibis fI- 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