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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r v r I E44BLISIIED I iN1883 J 1 lt 1 E fJJ r = Lt n I 1 ii W IER1ES OLXVI a7 J J J i SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTtUGKY StPTEMBERJ5 1910 sz ei s t 11 fJS t VoS hR J F TRUSTY V litPRAGTlCAL rDENTISTtOffice over Eavdon Barber iPantilJyork atreasonable prices All Work guaranteed SPflINGFITh EYc1 l qUR DIRECTORY1t l SPRING Fr1tLDjounty seat of t 6 WasH tvi County i miles south t7 jiit t jxingt n S9 miles from l JsJ4Mtsvilj1eo11 ardstoVn branch o1m ttI4 aitiv l Brs vU1 inilrohcl rnt jtfatmiriff and agricultural districtb TwoBaoks telegraph and telephone- llkea express ce 1lo ur mills lumber yan1g opttJSttoP 1700j populatiOn of of county 15000 1 Representative in Congress BonnV i l3enJoh son nRrdstoVn Ky Representative in Keutucky Legiss latureH6nT D5 Gr ham ReprcctatiVe inState Seate Bon tSc T JarviL CanJbelisVJle Kv I 4 tI t j County Directory f4 CLRQUIT COU1 T Cir tfult Court begins oil the fourth tie ayln February May and Octob bti j f ftri H TJiiurniari Judge i did Q s lUl Commonvriui At fajCnRttiAO Clirk- hnt G eachma1pComnilss L L ius ol1 QURTlRV iOURTw Quarterly Courtis held on the thircR Monday in each month V B I Utsey Judge f OUNTY iOURT t 4 rmty Cu irt meets on the fourth Monday in etch mouth r i p kfliiLtseyJudgC j V7F Booker County ClerktTS Mayes CoutitTAt9Y George CatlettrJailerl am Anderson Sheriff y Byron Croake Geb Powell iHerbertEddlemanj Deputie- Sam D Hale i kYT i1tcheli Assessor P P OBryan Deputy RobertNoe Treasurer ebrof Common J WBusbt Sept i ottoorHlBiO Springfield th I rrCITY COURT of 1 tme RNoe Police Judge GiaceLMatShaltJ FGrJgBby City Attorney rI JUSTICE COqItT are held in JanuaryJntlce Courts April and October d i1irhD1 r f METHODIST CHURCH i t RevGtS King pastor si dScayJ11m rd In InnlaySchOol every Sunday atlO aitp Urayer mecHng every Wednesday- j htr f CATHOLIC cHURCHJ 4Reve P HcnncSSL Pator See ices WerYSUfldaYat 8 and 10 oclocl m Services at StV Rose same hpim RESE TERTAN OIIriRCRl S Rev B J3 Lawson Pastor JroachIn5g every Sunday at 11 am ICndt at 7 pm1 Sunday schooleverj r Sunday at 10 a4nii iPfayer meetlif- c Sik venv ThursdaVVtrV itt 7 ciVVncR t fS5S t BAPTIST C1ItJRC- HS IJLrUSOLt ntr iastonI f jSpreacKIiStf everv Sunday 1 l an awi 745 pm S5flU1PSCl301 even undatJ3O a ilj PfYL1 a1i g flt 1 iIOCk WtM Ci5URCU ti aitr cr- He1tes iirj4 JpdJci ii mOaJr hJ4 itsii r l 1J n t 1 5 i t1 F 1NJ LI t Tl r j i noSJi1 1SUl 1rht tJ ttlIir l1h dnLl icb mm lb 1yShlb tpnlfj AGpaptcr No 57 t I 141ttN ut rVl Mo day lc l 1l114 f tIli555t 1 n rds o h onav3SV CfV JcOr =jSfI J- JKJj JM8DRJt G1SiI WDSCOYE4Y lilt CSt f MJOSjUARANTFD TAFACTOPVI- 1t tk 11atItI4t st fllerly peopt A Goout to whatever helps ghe t tbeu9aSe comfort and strength- 31ey1idneY P1tCT kidney and Ssfb addetheaSe promptly and lvt c for antreUefta elderly people Mei it Roberl n t r 75 iA lifE News leaderIIF C No Excuse iT f IThati respects to the laxity of the parents yidence of this is i shown bytho recent anrtounce ment of Superintendent of Pub Jic Instruction Ellsworth Reg enstein that tb6 per capita for thd- orning sbhdolyaaf will be 4 QO fasheretofore That is the tate Kentucky will devote S4 00 to he educatfon of every child be ween theagesof six and twenty one years old This is amore liberal response to ed ucajion than 1y many other states but local taxation pn tUe other much less The discre panpy from this is said to be one tlie reasons ofilhiter ymoni the whiLes Since the Steatefu ish this amount every parent I Id seethat their children ob tatnihe advantages therefrom JgEx rANot A Narcotic Mrsf F Marti St JofefMich says Foleys Honey and Tar sayed her lit boys life She writes Oar little oy xon acted a severe bronchial euble and as the doctors medicine tcurehimgav him Pooys Honey and Tire iin which I havfe grj dt ith It cured the cough as well as the choking and gagging1 spells and egot well in ashort time Foleys l Honey and Tar has many times saved much trouble nd we are never ithout it in ih eouse 1 Haydon General Hatred v i 1irsWJ Worrell of Bloom tpg uri Ohio and her two ss ers Mrs Mary Baughn and Mrs Lilla Thornton of Wash Ington Court House Oliio were Here Friday endeavpring to lo j cate the grave of their great grandfather General James B rIrod who dJfor whoBlarrcfdsburg was namff d Thj y visited the old fort cemeteri and searched among headstones fot one bearing his name but could find no trace where his remains were in terred A gentleman here said to the Republican that General Harrod andjIi was supposeclhat he had either been killed by the Indians or had allen a victim totsome wild beast consequently it has been impossible toJera anything de finite regarding his deathandI bariaL Harrodsburg Republi an 15S A Man of Iron Nerve Hnjoaitable will and tremendous4 en rgy are never found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowls ijreout Qf Ofusr If you want these qualities abd the success they bring use Ir Ivings Ne w I4fe Pjlls the matchless regulators for Keen brain and strong 25c bodyat Haydon Robertson Autos Collide A serious accident was nar fowl ayerted Thursday after wheniMr J G Mallcriatid Air Guy Hundley of Danville tfriving their cars headed jnto eaCh other on the long hill be yond Brooklyn T bridge Mr Mallon was coming dowih the hill towards flarrbdsburg and hadj reacned a sharp turn in the roau where the cliff cuts off the view- ahead and Mr Hundley was going up the bill to Lexington and neither was aware of tbe prox imity of the other other until only a few feet separated them Both applied the emergency brake but the cars collided rear ing intheair amid the sound tfbreaking1 Tampa and screams of the feminine passengers all of whom escaped Unhurt After vorkiug for some time they con- tinuedl on their way Mr Mallons ar badly bruised ahd the lamp oroken andMr Hundleys ma hinejni su4ha condition that it vas necess y for him to leaveS it in a Lexington gararge turn home on the trainHar rodsburg He1ald SS t J 111found h She writs hI suffered with kidney xtrdiible ind backache andmyappitite was very poor at times A few Weeki ago I got Poley Kidney Pills TheyDiiocon i tinued UUnot lam again inperfet health tiUydorfJ Rooertson Pension Vouchers thett Pensioners who live in country as welL as rural mails carriers will be interested in the thetuPostjinaser General The order authorizes the ruralmail carriersi to administer oaths required of the pensioners and their witness les This eliminates their coming tot wn to make out their vouchers The fee of the rural carrier cannot be over twenty ve cents and although this sum carrier51whosioners on itheir route and it will mean quite a little sum in the course of a year Many an old soldier will be pleased to hear OthismLnv3 10ng1drivotq tow Now h can deal with his mail carrier at his own gaitEx The bash of a fiend would have been about aswelcome to A Cooper of Oswego N Y as a merciless lung racking cough that defied all remedies for years It was most troublesome at night he writes nothing helped me until I used Dr Kings New Discovery which cured mel completely r never cough at night pow Millions know its matchless merit for stubborn colds obstinate coughs sorelunprs lagrippe asthma hemorrhage croup whoop couglj or hay fever It relieves quick ly aiid rfever falls to satisfy A trial oonyinces bOc 100 TLOttle free Its positively guaranteed by Haydon tlubertspu St Thomas Orphanage Remoyed To Louisville Early on the mornjag of Thursday September 1st the children of St Thomas Orphan age Bardstown were transfered to their new home at Preston Park Louisville This removal Of these helpless ones from tfirf midst is a source of genuine re gret to our citizens Their com ng to us years ago from old St Thomas Asylum wasgladly welcomed dnd their abiding here has j pDroughttmany blessings to St Josephslcbngregation and to the community at large As a final evidence of their kindly feeling tn citizens of all denominations contributed Sum suulcjent tofu nisha substantial feast which Was served to the little orphans at noon of tlTe day precding their departure from our rPidst also 1 sufficient for supper btthe evening and a luncheon lor the next dav Tlie Knights of Columbus this city provided for thQ music of the occasion which was wellI rendered by Bardstowns Brass Band This latter feature was a source of great delight to the little ones Athe children with bright Smiling faces walked in processidn to the station quibt ly orderly like well disciplinned soldiers their neat cleVuly ap pearance was the Subject of much admiring comment from the large number ot citizens who had gathered t1O say a final word of far vl and of God speed to the children and sisters God bless them and aid them always is the prLlerof their Bafdstbwn friends Bard own Standard Dont Break Down organslikeiI breakdowns You cant overtax stomach liver kidneys bowels or nerves without sarious danger to yourself If you are week or run down or under strain of any kind take Electric Bitters the matchless tonic medicine Mf sJ E Van de- Sande6f Kirkland III writhe That I did not break diiwnwhile endnring a most for three months seycrcIrain to Electric Bitters enjoy health and strengtlji Sati faction positiv ily guaranteed 59c at tfaydon RobertsonS Roosevelts Platform The former President delared himself in favor of these prin ciplesr 1 Eliminafion of special in terests from politics 2 Complete the effeciive pub licity of corporation affairs 3Passage of laws prohibiting jLhe use of crporateluIds direct iy orindireCtiy for political pur poses4GovernmentsupervJsion of the capitalization jnotooly of pub He seryice corporations but of fall corporations doing an Jntk state business 5 Person 11lespcnsibility of i officers aod director of corpora tions thaj break the law 6 Increase in the power of tile CorporationsI Commission to coatio comnns sions and industry mere effec tively 7 Revision of tariff one achedS ule at a jime on the basis of in formation farnjghed by anexper tariff commission 8 Graduated income tax and 1grddJa1 way as to prove n t repetition of periodical financial panics 10 Maintenance of an efficient army and navy large enough to insure for the nation the respect oilier nations as a guarantee of peace llrThe use of national re sources for thebenefit of all the people SS12ExtesIdiiof the work cfc the departments of agriculture ofihe nationaland Stategpvern ments andof agricultural coll leges and experiment stations so as tto take in all phases of life ont the farm Ii 13rRegulatron of the terms and conditions of labor bymeans of comprehensive acts State and nationallaws to regQlate child labor and the work of wpmen enforcement better sanitation conditions for workers and ex tension of the use of safety appliances on industry an lcom merce both in and between the States 14 Clear division of authority between the natiorljand the various State government 15 Direct primarjiEjs associat v ed with corrupt practices and acts 16PiIcityof campaign ooI tribntions not onlyafter election butbefore election as well y 17 Prompt removal qf un I faithfull and incompetent public L servauts 18 Provisions agaiifst tTitli t performance of any service hi j interstate corporation py national officers EXECUTORSS SALE As executor of the will of T M Lanham I will o- nSaturday Sept 17 about the hour of 130 pmon the premises BCnat public auction the farm containing about SORESowned by the latevT M Lanham The farm is situated about one andl one jhalf milds West of Springfield on the Smith 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 necessafy outJ buildings Thfe is one of the best watered farms in Washington county and contains an excellent orchard of apples and small fruits The sale will be on a credit of one fourth cash the remainder jnpne two three and four years The bonds forth deferred payments to ber interest from date find payable annually and to contain a clause that iq default of any installmentof interest or any note all of the nofsto become due and payable at the option of the own ers Any information that any pur chaser may desire or Wishes to see the place call on H A Rudd or W A ClemeisIfI rHettie Rudd Executor pf T Mi Lanhap Feet and Hands De a vouIed ByAnimals Danville Ky t Ses 9 Lying in a secludfd spot on the banks5f of Dix river tile bOdy of an unidentified man was found today by workmen enjoyed in the con struction of the new dam f jr the DanvIlle wteccurls The feet 1 r J hands nfthij man had been eaten off by wild animals The Coroner summoned a jury and the inquas will beheld lr this afteinooh r i 1 A buggy ufcyour own priceat AO I m aIlsE JUVENILE FAIR Held at Fair Grounds Last- Satuf y a Great Success s The attendance at the Juvenile 2 pair on i last Saturday included children from six months old on luPlntoIhQSiX U saod seventies that there is no to bereminde4 their childhood AH the rings were very enjoytjt The4remiumsij i SLfollowing Best White Cak Margife- PP i lr a Best Ribbon v CakeI Elizabeth jj 1McElroyBest PJale Biscuit Mary Wharton Beater Best Plate CUlt Mary jWharton Best HomeMade Ciindy Anna jB iWilson f dJ Hemstitched ETandkef Mn 0 Robertson Halt Dozen Button Holes Brownie MartinI Prettiest Pin Quhi6n Lydia iWharton v SBest Dressed Dqll Mary Heleu Royalty Han Bouquet jSidney Green Display of Gut Flowers Margaret IRobertson Bouquet of Roses Catharine jHaydoi v Best i Dozen Tomatoes ICR Williaris Best i Dozen Ears Corn Joe jDonelh Vff Y t o Best Peck of Irish Potatoes is Robt iMcElroy Ptt of Grapes Haailtbn Tarp YBrowjn t Leghorn Bantams any ageRogerf lKIWhite lieghorn Bantams any ge Bob hultz Pairj vBjIaek Bantams Bob Shultzi Wjfr PairiBcown ghor chi kens pny age Garland Wharton Pair Rhode Island Reeds any age StieMcEroyS Pair Barred Plymouth Rocks any age Richard Robertson Pair Buff Orpington any age JbeDonelly 4YPairLight Brahams any agea Roger Martini is White Leghothsany geEd in die Wh ailuyl cPtirBonked Rjpbertson- Bes Dozen Eggs Emmo 1R1 Pair Pekin JDucks Lloyd Hay don Jr Pai Indian Runner Ducks Yalla e Walker Pair Common Pigeons Geo Spaul Ling UgI est Chicken Robert Yan key Ipt Bob Shultz 2d I Best Goat to be driven injhar ness Rurtplph Miller 1st Paul t Lucas 2d BesT Bird Dog any age Pete Boblitt 1st and 2d Best Goliie Dog any age Booker Robertson 1st Henry Witifield 2nd Best Sntpherd Dog any age Lloyd Haydun Best Dogiven in harness Bob Sliultz 1st Hyger Martin 2d Best Sucking Colt Paul Derringer l 1st Garland Wharton 2d Best Suckjing Calf Robertson Haydon 1st J S vYanliey 2d Prettiest Babyone year old and under Laura Hrlllst Har ridttE Clements 2d Prettiest Baby 2 years old and under 4 Jennie Lane Hagan 1st Olivia Smith 2 J Best Stick Horse Rider 2 years old and under 4 R H Edelen 1st Cliftoti Greene 2d Best Stick Horse Rider over 4 years old and under 9 Edward1 Montgomery 1st Tom Boldrickj 2d Best Girfllider under 16 years years old Margaret Robertson 1st Margaret Reed 2d Bet Boy Rider under 10 yea s I t S4 nnDD es ntLhLC j i t A YERS liiAR V GQ Stops railing Haas Af1 rtrDest-roys Dandruff Mft G tf cr Ingredients Suipur Ctyccrhi QIsInhi odtWJJct SCapsicsm Sage Water Pcrfian AhairfoodJ a Ann tVinAST Lowl1 MauSfv StSS a 5i old Spalding Siinmslst Marshal Tucker 2d- Hitchup Ring by Girl tinder 16 years old May Mayes 1st alary Tayloir2d Harness Pony any aRe Marshal Tucker 1st Donald Campbell 2d Saddle Pony any age Mary bal Tucker Ist Pinley M yes dg4 Best Turnout p5ny wagon harness and occupants tobe considered Donajd Campbell 1st Ray Thurman 2d Free for all j any FowInrA ni mal exceptDQg from 6 inches to fet to be lead or driven tidOph4Miller 1st Robert YankeySd Sack Racet John Peters 1st Ge6ASpaldingt2d Foot Race 300 yards boys under 16 years1 Allen Boblitti st Tas Parrott 2d Bicycle Iace Booker Robert san Your kWneytrouble may be of long standing it may be either acute or chronic Dut whatever lit is Foleys Kidney Remedy will aid you to get rid of it qqickly and restore you- ratural health and vigor one bot tIe of Foleys Kidney RePmcdy made otLrandViewt Haydon Robertson lktrItjf Gets 2000 for Injuries Wiiiiurh Chapman adjuster for the Big Pour Railroad teas here Mtinday andjpad WiliianiEitsey 2OOOJor injuries received in thec railroad wreck near Dayton Ohio bn July 4 Besides giving him 2000 the company will pay the physicians and hospital U1- lftheourrg man Mbr itse t V under 21 years of aggrand for that reason Col Georg Bobon qualified as bis guardian in County Jour Monday and the money was paidto him Inv the wreck in which the young man was injured twenty ttfo people were killed outright and over a score injured three of the latter dying later Two men on the seat in front of Litsey were m stantly killed The colltsioivwili cost the railroad ompaDy over 125000 Harrodsburg Berald I When Merit Wins When the medicine vou take cures our dsea8e tones isp your system and makes you feel better stronger rid more vigorous tn i before That what Foley Kidney Pills do for you all cases ol backache sleepless ness and general weakness that is used by any disorder of the kidneys or bladder Haydon Robeits n Mrs Fannie Crume Dies at Danville a t Danville Ky Sept 9Mri Pannieprume aged seven two years wridow of the ate B IL Cruine of BardstOwriftiied atthe home of her daughter Mrs H D Stiles in this city last night The bodywas taken to Bards tojrn today where the funeral and buriad will take place to morrow afternoon jMrs Crume was prominently connected tkrougbout Central Kentucky J J I Saved His btUAll thought Id lose my leJJ writes J A Swensen otWaterfown Wls Teu sears of eczema that IS doctors could not cure had at last laid me up Then Bucklsns Arnica Salve crl sound and Veil In fallible n eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Bolls Fever Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 25c at Haydon RobertsonS LEBANON LOCALS From The Falcon SS V Miss Lena Mudd an attractive young lady of Washington coun ty and Mr Paul Culver a sun countY1wereday Mrs Lou McBride 48 years of age died at BradfordsVille Fri day having long been a sufferer from asthma The funeral ser vices were conducted by Rev Walton at the Qhristian church in that city on Saturday and in torment was in Old Liberty cem eterySAfter a llgtring illness of complication of diseases MrEd win VanMeter Bretney 4J11residence on Proctor i 1gJj vyi hue Sunday morning t4oclock the funeral setyiCeswer con dueLed by RevW p B lrld at the Methodist church mfcioolocfc JwaJ t J4 t UBSCIlJPtelrE t y tij t L rti AiiIdiedhusband1 Mr Losh Abell13 miles south of Lebanon Sunday morning after a rcsumptionDeceased was widely related throughout the county She was a devoted mother audconsfst oJTheducted yRev Father Joseph A Hogarty at St Augustines church Monday morning and in iterment was Jin the C lvary emi etery5 MM j Kate Crowdus wife of Mr Q M Crowdus pf this city died at their home Ibnl railrbdd street Saturday night at 1030 9flCflucer rorMrRavwick The funeral seryibes thefamiiyreaidence interment was in Ryder cern ttefy D byihtr p rehts husband and ft young children t f EnaM pe Beaten Paris fCy Sep 8 iOBn tile ring fo the bestharnesS mafe fouryeirold nd over the unbeaten Ecina Mae drivepi by Matt Cohe of Lexington went 011thejiltojrOvned and driven bytJ R bog n p Brookvillei at the see ond dayVexkibition oLthe- Old Bourbon fair Tne crowd in at- tendancet numbered 4 000 I New I ld taW + Be it enacted by the General Assenibly of the CotumbnVealtK OfEentuclv 1 T iut it sbaU beijnl wuJ f for any one to obstruct the water ttables of a turnpike or anvPub lie road by putting a crossing Cither private or public O BI the water table of a public road without providing acnfverfcor pipe of sufficient dim ensTon to carry the full volume of water that may drain in this water table or to curb iit go as not to ijiipedtj the full flow of water It shall alto be unlawful to plant trees telephone poles or fence in or closer than two and one half feet of the outer edge of the ditch spthab a plow or machin itqtaklngwidenin Ani fencing tree or stonh falling into a water ab1eor rolling down from above into it shall lie removed within five jaays by owner of land of which the ob struction was a part or Any per son not an ownefc1 trimming trees cr cutting weeds cr briars 01 l Sanytbbstructipn ia r ta1 ibe liable for ali dsa ff ni W turning watelntojLndbSd and also to a tine e1l fctn jttlifi for each day the o irWiJkim ii l l jdaysr 1 2 rt shall bfhe iy of roadorsejncuJurI p4of roads to report KJ meanor under this sc iitijLiti the evidence JUIIDy roii qMn the maRi rate in W c 7tbt ILthe penalty of bin- tbeItrzitgranlury1fo ft 3 n san eJn office and on cortTfoiii fexpelled froaihisofficv Qojte r T T T aceccmng a 1ar tbesIf cogfi shall order It tbfM4 biMii ednce each year Iwtonymjm in some tie wspAp ojisis circulation1SS3V Anywater tWlISwash out deeper than nouwp to carry ahei VQluqlj drained and underpBmU iroadbed xor adjur lav proJrby the permission of OTJ road supervisorthe iIk t be filled or dammed kUii JI j rsizi h 4 In making or repiiruic parof a public roaisaormorq of all jsatshall be used fo rthe4r r4rit siid road by makinwsuj t arid pacwg culvrtmSSSpipes of suitable nnniliiiriiT size iltfr 5 Thisact shall ot atyto telephone compne Uitl JUt tibtainedthecosto1J or pS conitptth cpuaty 1poles areocat2d g5jleSS IsprSAionofsame i L1 fir IFt Approved Mrh24191O41S i WANTDOSLOpOIrMS Hz flO require ths Y t ftynewals and to eztccd oirofJMiii tby specilll me bodJh proved tunuualljr ausgt falary and commfMkiiitI tf j IOUS expeti nce doajr litt JMiaM j tssential Whole ties oestime Address with r BC Campbell CoopcM1 Magazine 1789 Broawf1w1 YorkCityS f ed4ItiPolCrys Honey and Tar iijaj q and effective mediclac for ciiiMr iit does not contain oplat iir SS t4 ful drugs Get omly thtKimmtt eyB Honey ahd Tar i tk t package Hayjdoa A RofcerUow 1 t 4i iNotice iAll personfindebUi ftp tl h nessy Bak Jrll Uia aI JR officejof Marshall JDacM settlath accounts jirij Jit tternoHc 1 4 4SPFHsa ri Admiiistrd traort s tAJ j I5c JStJ1ts As Administrator of tbB estate pf W P Montjp itry eqdl will at bis adteWrelslaeoLek8t jpttes North of ttymf 1J n l Spingheld t npl eo- nbWe dllesd Y sSptofflber- S + C 10 OCLOUKA ff rforf ale to the BigheJt bidderi the farm eoitelniif fj 116 ORiG1 j l VItin grass except 26 acres Anew dwelling and all wsyA1ie stock piud and 2 good wells Close to school la oud orchard This farm has grown some of the fi 4io fii aver raised Washington county T t1 Personal pponerfTj JJ tvtt Q e extra tiveearipd tare bred to MoJto Piareod mare one 10yearoldmarebredjj ck extra fanas i 1 year old mare bred to jack one suckling mar l jjqlvi good one 1 good yearling horse mule good one onsjstycind calf 1 extra 5year old one 500 Ib heifer 31 extr took uld one buck 1 sow and 8 p1gs 1 sow Id g ps5 es pig in teptewb 44 feeding hogs all Durocs oa Poland Uhina boar one shure In tbOtean 1epDQItet sixth interest in a dipping taJc aboupfiO buheic of j steel tire buggy good as new bUllY hariWM one M WoOD 31 axle one Walter A Wood mower Milwaukee binder 1 old binder and iarmiiif iqa l kinds about 4000 tpbacpo sticks id of 1 iD 1MoItfu old brick one 50 gallon nettle houah4lt ald 1r Eoultry etc C TERMS On farm oat third cifct rmaOvfr OM koand three years in equal installments Oai per ob J propwto all MOM under 810 cash over tbat amounV6n a credit of tI ptHthp wu 5 good personal tecuiitjr Inc p jrtl li wWer bsk of Bprijj lW Anyone deiirlng to se the farm wjH Wt bow ItWeSWill Thompson who lives oa the farm Ittft tnW I tcalL on the underilg4d 1f i 1ti jJHj I fI stir i rN QN GRQtTN1iS i J jjjjjjjjjjjSj5jjj rut QsIlMfI SPRKCN XV pIftnfAMES te jsu POLl Rd PDbIrL L 1MI mm 1 atp 1WSkK trs td yerllOrol MfHhjOJ Iecial pli1i snd IisM two 7 iarrtfll aI e et1t2 NIo erMuhirs ow ii tb 1ull id Tbh JiM1ct I with tftitaaSkttM of atootber tri ampfcia ths Fwirtb Tbrej wUtfailhtPlmimlFwtrth dw v is JRW L- b7II flItiHaut-r l wiLl be locrats Und tit e t Tmnnck I Mra 4 JlIL W T Barker and eb1 S v alght sad irit111 L D Bar raUy SpringiiIff MYL j Ii Paawksk laM hiVrsgiMs Of Mr M4 MM 1 a 0Budayi- pw a4 wltbllr ad Mal B McAlii Uc Tfaarjtday iwra Mr JEtittl Baijiar and two i JBNTM ad MajM Mrs Ho Usato bterJvdsimIki Lfeilie and ROM J All rtport d a ot en 7 Jib lfeMtoMif SpringfieW WM IIp orftmciabMiatM Moa dmy JUiaa Feawiek hal re tann to her borne in ladiaikpo Ha after M txtwkWrkifc beret t Kr ad sB biItwMiaker- ad chU4rfa Mtr Sanday at Wilhaimr Mr Jii BtrlMr fcaitetvnud frpn Titiwrn Spring M DtHlfor the beitfit ef fefc Mttu Wears glad to aay be bster i8MMaa spent the latt rvpart of a week with Mr Ifca Aaikpua and family MiMMM Batti giBith and Lonfee P cte gssts fli-M1itgJ raVM Tbarsdty night v IeFir View dJtR MouIfaniiIyRich ari Ofcaatham aW family Ifor gin Ch attia and wifand Mrs Itftte Kan lsd with Mr and Mrs VM Ofeiktbam Sunday Nrs tO Wokrdspent Sat tI rt d Sepdsy with her Mr P U Carney who has tfIirMrLPMStrangeiino bet tei Mt wrltiBK Evwohabb leaves Tueeday for Harrcxtobarg where she will 1 stteuosIf 1 OIybo Wofbrd visited his ir fibsr 1I1wiay Sslfrt Mdftif mawkint visited at tba iwwTw L B CalJ1811slt 8fed LwisndfaLIIy attMsd4 opf 5kDaWn Jttvtite ttrat vital organs Uke jrtMiM OB aeh1aery cause fcrfftofeWM yeat overtax rstapa k liver kidweys bowels or aen jyritln t s rioW ganger to yimxatf If you arc week or rua dos oc Mder strata of aky dad taa Vkctric Bitters tkenatekleM 1 tofcii tpedictat inJ E Van de IotJOrkl JW IDt write That I did est DrHk wi wkIIe endnring a mt eyer jtrali for threes iueviiMW to Electric aK4er Use tiem dejohealth posltfvit7pRabertaee Fit fr Lib y J IifTtmia OComnor spent r Hatwrday nlht itb Miss Mabel Fries Mii Bsrsi Cix- lerI HLq B gpin bhe lat terpsrtflsm week with Mr awiM JLMarUn- MM Haftt Woe a i family of Qrti Ma aod Mra JIM Noe of 8ps1a4sId ara vtIag Mrs S O VaeArwUk afI55 55p O theiiari Polls K faBrowm Greg j J hn Grao Hit Laacli tii I ihsitair5flt dy bM- NJtiNJnIIjsrv iILo 4 11Mn Slixa Mitchell is Visiting TttlaiiTM Ntlsbo con otj Th ycmofe folks of thisr com mnmhy w Ifewinidat a Bunatt party Thmrsday night at tbalkwM of Mr Leroy Reed Mr Jiaimk Janwu intbis yieiaty looking alter the interest of the Tobacco POoL Tfcc Lash friedwdM kavebeea about swelcome to A Cooper of Oswego N Y as a McrcikM ia r racklBg cough that deled all rdies for years lil- tlwuoK troeblesoae at night1 he writes nothing helped me until I vtecl Dr Kings New Discovery which coughLat Bight BOW Millions know its watchtaM merit for stubborn colds ebetinate coughs sore lungs lagrippe asthawj hemorrhage croup whoop cough orhayfever Itrelieves quiclc IT and never aIls to satisfy A trial coyiiies tic LOO Trial bottle free Its positively guaranteed by Haydon Jb Boberts m Rockbridge The death angel visited the hoflie of Mr John G Hardin and and caUed away their 5 months did daughter Effa A on the 7th iofSept The bereaved parents have the sympathy of the com munity Mr John Gordon bought ol laV Everett Scruggs 15 head of sheep atC Mr John Jenkias o d20 bead of sheep to Mr Will Tom Foster at 550 alsd purchased of Mr Foster 3 head of calves Mr Henry Thompson at the HoucheoalIeoonehttwomilcbCOWl TX O T Me of Willisbnrg gvsupper Saturday night in bfMK of the 26new members Wearesorry heir of the death of Mr John W Sims of Mercer county brother of Rev Sims of this place Mr and Mrs Evan Philipps 0f Fair View were the guests of Mr JBenkilli and family Saturday night and Sunav Any reader that takes the Toledo Blade paper that has the speech in it subject The RIde of Jennie Mceal will send to Anda Jenkins Willisbnrg Ky she will return if wanted un harmed Mr Henry Thompson and family visited Mr Dee Shew maker ana family Sunday Mrs Neal Boblitt was at home last week canning fruit The protected meeting will be Kin at Tatbam Springs next Monday night Sept 19 Mr and Mrs Will Chana and daughter Golda of Assumption Ill are visiting relatives here B G Mays who was born andI raised near Willisburg Ky died at Salvisa Ky last Friday audi burgSatorIMasonicjfraternit years old and one of Mercer countys best citizens We tend r his bereaved family oar heart felt sympathy for their great loss For lean we are trespassing we will ring off for this time and call again soon 500 pair of slippers to be sold diesS1of Cattle Eleven head of Registered Angus Cattle including 3 Bulls Jerieyt 30 head high grade Jersey Heifers all bred to very fine Registered Bull J Saddle Stock Several regiatered Saddle MaVes and the beet bred registered Stud Colt Red Bird ever aired PUBLIC tALE ourfarmValley Em and Springfield tnrnpikew willoffer for sale to the iighest bidder all of oUr partnership stock towit We4nesdJSeplember28 22 head 1100 Ib steers 20 head y arl ing Steers registered Shorthorn cow and calf 3 registered heifers CowICalfi 50 good Southdown Sheep 2 yearling Southdown Bucks 55 75lb shoats 1 sow and 9 pigs 2 regis tered Duroc Sows and pigs 2 sows due to pig October 1st 2 thoroughbred Droc Boars ready for service Poland China Boar 3yearold jmare mule 24 yearold horse mujes 1 mule colt 1 6 yearold mare in foal to jack 10year old mare in foal to jack a safe driver nice 2yearold gelding 1 blind mare TERMS All sums of 10 and under cash Over that amount on a credit of moqths note with good personal security and bearing 6 pet cent interest will be required GODDARD GRUNDY AND SISTERS M CAMPBELL Auctijaneer Goddard Grundy Sister k PIGS SQUEAL iIt Flayed a Momentous Part In Amen can History r The war between this country nnp England In 1S12 was caused by cue vote and ptnuijrer stlllj the small mar gin came from a pig getting Ita head stuck In a rail fence lIi was u Rhode lIsland fence nt thatr hutt built much like a Vlrglulii worm fencb They were having nn election of members of the legislature In Rhode Island One Federalist put oft going to the election and left himself just time enough to get there before tIe polls closed Just rife he got ou his horse and started fur turn he heard a Ig sijueal He looked around and saw that the pig had Its head jammed Into that old rail fence anti anybody who knows anything about bogs knows thai the hogs would have eater that pith IfIL hadnt bee rescued The farmer stopped Ipug enough to liberate the pig and when be got to the polls they wire closed He was too late Jibe result was that iIlal1iocmUc member of the legislature was electee from that district by one vote and he would not have been elected ff that Federal had got there on time In the legislature a Democratic United States senator was elected by one vote and that Democratic legislator who bud been elected by ope vote voted for him lIn the United States senate tbev voteo for the war of 1812 by one vote and that Rhode Island Democratic fdbecausetbatfor the war of 18124 Popular Maga zine afINot a Waxwork The opening of the courts In an as- BiZ toTvu In England Is always n great day for the residents The procession to the church where the judge says his prayers and listens to a homily the march to tile court with the at teuilant javelin inca and the braying ofi trumpets iiie men In wigs and 1rncrustill the rustli mind with tie cense bf a nc Afia the majesty ofjus tI elf Is related in Mr Thomas Edward Crlspes bOok Reminiscences of a K C that a farmer once toot n8 son into the crown court On tlie bench was ile Baron Cleasbyi gorgeous in scarlet and ermine statu esque and motionless The yokel gazed with open mouth at the resplendent Suddenlylthe baron tuyttu his hand from right to left and left to right Why fejUier ald the boy Its nlnlveIA Friend In Need Algle say Kml yiiireaw a fwlindbf mint ar Mit you Fred Sure Algie Tlicn a guqd fellow und aw help me sut Td like to have that pwetty coiijln of youahs learn all libVut mYIlJoII1l points doucber know i FredrI am Wiping you old chap I rgue l with Lor for two hours y ster day trylnFto vonvlnee rher that you werent as Mg a fool as you look Chicago News i PulJlicSale Uh Valuable L veSt ck SpringHeldg LiYe on t Octob r tstRegistered Registered L Mule Mares 4 best Mule Mares in the county tw them threeyear olds by County 10fember i I Jacks andMules two very fine yearling Jacks and some yearling Mules Hogs about 40 pure bred Duroc Jersey Gilts Lunch Served at Ham Sale promptly at 1130 TERMSa20 and undw caslv Ovet 20 six months piyw1iDkTTbii wilW an absolute saleoJF everything put u- pWIth7IOrtOfbybi4ng c ii ZMnzj Ret F h Y t jjjj PUBLIC SALE es4 Having decided to quit farming twill on the premises 3 mile East of Springfield on k hursyOctober I 6th AX IP OQLOCK A M offer for sale to the highest bidder the following personal personal property Three 4year old mules 2 3year old horse mules 5 2year old mare mules 5 yearling mare mules 1 S year old hor5 ii 2year old horee I3 brood mares al coltst11 3year old brood mare 2 registered Shorthorn cows 11 registered Shdrthorn bullt 1 registered Shorthorn heifer 3 grade cows 1 Jersey cow 1 2year old steer H 2 yearling steers W 4 grade calves 2 jersey heifers 1 4 brood sows 1 Poland China Boar 42 feeding hogs 100 to 200 lbs 1 now Case Separator 28x50 wind staker and feeder 1 new Case Engine 15 horse power 1 hay baleri7x22 2 Deering binders 2 mowersS Corn drill with attachment 1 new and grass new Cider MillV Irollev 1 ibuggyV 2cuttingboxesVV pair v 1 tank 1 RunaboutVPlows tons of hay 2000 of to be scales TERSAI1 sums under 10 cashOver that amount on a credit of 6 th note wlthgood personal aiJd bearing from date of sale and due and payable at either in Springfield inSTNER ROUNDS H L A BURNSD ENGLISH Auctioneer iPig Land Sale II On Saturday September 17 1910 AT 230 P M At the late of Thos W Reed mile from Willis burg Ky we will offer for sale to the and best bidder at about Acres of Land near Willisburg Ky This is one of best farms in The farm lays well and has pn it a good eight room dwelling all outbuildings stock barns large barn three tenant houses wellvwatered and in high state of cultivation and has on it about acres of timber and a large quantity fine locust trees The Springfield and Willisburg turn pike runs farm and it into eQual parts on one side of the pike is the tenant house stock and barns on other side are two tenant houses and about one halfof the timber farm will be in twq tracts and thqn as a whole and in to realize the most money This is most desirably located produc tive close to and Church and is sold only because it is necessary in to distribute an TERMSOn on or before March 1 1911 and the re in three qual installments due on or before 12 and years from 1 1911 from 1 1911 annually with precipitating clause lien on the land to secure payment of purchtse moneynotes The purchaser be required give with good persoital security for first payment ot the purchase price du MarCh 11911 deslrinJkfolook thepremises day of will call upon T J Springfield Ky or Dr Wj W Hyatt WiHisburg Ky wbo take pleasure in giving all information desired J Miller and Hyatt Agents for the of T W M J Reed Vry I Warm RollsIIlPies Cream Light and Rye Bread every morning at U oclock vby tele- phoningI or at I Uertlein Bros I Phone69 II Try Oneoi our Grape Juice I j Bill Long Hit In an article on In the Magazine IW h R Fuller ton follows t he Jongost hit ever Lange who was of the middle ages jf the game made a hit in Cincinnati whtch Is regarded by many as the hit eter made The ball cleared The center fleld fence which was on top of high embankment sailed across a venue went the of a saloon and was found behind the bar The hit made a fortul3e for the saloon as big crojwdsr went tdsee tho ball onexhIbltIon LaugnUr IVSWould hive wept Itself to death or ep terminated itself ong ago tragedy is absbrbng But boUt bathos and are instantly routed by the laugh A Memorable T TTht of the can men Uoii one memorable date In the with ttuicLer Cleopatra dslced nomaRI due fthe bpjs Every bodys jjjjVVVVSV 2pushrakesVV 1 self dump rake 4 wagons 1horse wagon drill with fertilizer and seed attachmentSfertilizer wheat fan 2 corn shllorsV1 jJ 4 hay frames 1 disc curu cutter VtV2 scrapers J 1 seeding harrow rV2 wire stretchers dipping f tools etc 150 corn delivered fat the on tha months w security interest bank ON T OCLOCK residence onehalf highest public outcry 300 Lying the tobacco the burley district necessary 2 tobacco thirty through the divides nearjy two residence tobacco the This offered sold the mannerso as a farm very School state fourth mainder 3 March with interest Jan payable and retained will to bond the Arty persoi over before the said Miller wi T J W W Heirs calling Katie Lanjjes Biittlui American describes as recorded longest Western through window PathosU btnutlful tragedy DateV JUember clns buftory Aatony 2horse Wheat orchard harrow VVv bushels farmV order Collie Doss on Parade rho exhibit oi collie dogs at thr Kentucky stat Falr which will begin in Louisville on September 12 will be AlreadyIthe list ot entries is large and the prizes are the best ever offered The rules of the American Kennel Club will govern the collie Jog show and these rules may be had on application to Secretary J W Newman Louis rillo Ky For catalogue intry blanks or any other information regarding the Ken- tuCky Stare Fair address J New man secrrary 320 Paul Jones Build lug Loul e PI3V the Embargo Removda SueMy chaperon cant see rt ni lillotIlaid tbeniyJJe chuckllngSsh Dont say anything Ive got them In my pocketi Hoston Transcript iAGlvlcand a Mule Glvin some men advice said Un Lt6dtsIrcelver but dont make no reaiVjf i Star raicsWasbingtouV VIT 4J z I t j r f 1Ji I SPECIALSI e to Ici j t e pcr 10 DHY 1 llJ I l i r fhc r tt I For the next 10 days We will make pritesonnott all Summer and Medium weighti goods regardess of 1 1 costjt Y oirj= tr a IT a i 0LOTRIN f 7 t r Ii Mens 25OO and i i 2250 suits 2000and I80O suitsflflMes 1650 and 1500 suits i Youths 1500 and 1V 1250 suits 1500 1200 and4iKnickerbocker 1000 9OOsuits Knickerbockers Knickerbocker and 6 501V6 00 i 500 7- V1S I Special Prices on air Spring Weight Pants t i L AND EMBROIDERIES t 2C ti1 15c and 12 12c Ginghams ICTc v 65 and 50c Embroidery3Sc 1 lOc Dress Ginghams fJ35cand30c Embroidery 20c ftApron Ginghams 7 ic 25c and 20c Embroidery ISc All lOc and 15c 12cc 25c nd20ctces15c Hoosier 6 12C 12l2c and lOc Laces i V2c 0S F and Women OxfordsClippers andi Pumps at cost Prices ever made on Carpets Druggets Mat t Curtains Wall Paper 1r also t specially low prices new goods in 2 Dress Goods Shoes and Furnishing ao ds I f i UNNINGHM1 DUNGN 4I f iiiVit4t l VSMcElrdyWharto Real Estate AgentsV We have in our hands for sale the following described property all 1i which we willbe glad to show anyone that wishes to buy propertyI 100 Farm containing 1154acres well located good six room dwelling tenant house and barn price 4000 101 Farm of 180 acres 5 room Idwelling acre house 2 barns price 32 per 102 Farm 177J acres 3 miles from Mcl ville 103 Farm of 135 acres seven andI one miles from Springfield good tenant house and two barns mostly in grass price 70 per acre 106 Farm 45 acres good house and barn good land and well fenced Price 4500V107 Farm 170 acres llocated 5 miles from Ky small house stock and tobacco barn well fenced and watered Psice 60 per acre 108 Farm 170 acres one mile fromki Mackville well in every waylays well and in high state cultiva lion Price l2OcjOV 109 Farm of 84 acres 6 miles from Springfield small house and good barn 40 per acre 110 Farm 170 acres miles from Springfield 5 room dwelling small stock and tobacco barn and newly fenced Price 45 per acre 111 Farm 140acres 3l2 miles from nice dwelling and burn all lays well newly fence and mostly in grass Price 5J50 per acre 112 6 room frame cottage 2 acres of land nice little barn and other out buildingslocated 12 mile from Spring field Prlce 2200V ipilesfrom iVt Heels io Ma tch Walk I lii erer iliMM niUIena nr jrltj ritlistlc salit Mtill mniuiKer mi of tlicse lii 4iere worth cot tlirlug toIft vit lil1Y Unit wa tnged not oig 14 the biistlns mndbby n ihrnj r ctress yh nod fo wear dervn nttlioliitslVOn tliOj thirdV f the vv Yurt JleIJ down on the outside whereas the walk The assumedoil the stage must Inevi tably cause her shoes to run over oj the Inside That was a point that had escaped the notice of everybody In the company Dnon looking Into the matter we found plenty of evi deuce to uphold our critic nnd we cured a pair of property shoes heels YorV worn PressV away on the Inside SlII jThe IThej I to one of mown to astronomiiv It is visible In the night skyunII favorable condl tlons is rounded In outline and is situ5 ated always extctlyVOlpOSlte the pladb of the sun tllas boon termed by one eminent nstrdnomer n sort of comet cry or meteoric satellite nttendlng the earth Hq supposes it to be composed of a clouu of meteors slanted about a million miles from the earth and rJ Ivolvlng nrobnd It In a period of Just ttearsthe earth It is that the size nearlythesameyJ e About 80000 milesln diameterV Weekly 1000 9OO H 8 5O suits andi 800 arid 700 suits 600 500 suits i 1 j t I 1 11F3 S t t GINGHAMS LAWNS l iX1 712c Check 1212c Lawns 7 Cotton IIMens showing than and r of of Springfield improved of Springfield estimated EUrperlR oi CBTiTItTiirB d t c j ji Stoves and RallsII I Desiring floor space to place our Fill t f line of Heaters etc we will sacrifice 10 per tE r Stovezc trtheraflrbad requires all stoves shipped to be cratedand will raise the price from 0 IIi 10 to 25 Percent 1 I SS iffiS I Jon 1stovo You havenow the chance U L L avoid these extra charges by buying at moti s and also get advantage of Ahe 10 per cent litcount we are offering you Com in and takeV a look and if we dont suit you dont hlvetcbuy we will be glad to show you whafwe have CLEAYERIIVIII i5l i tiji k 3S11FOR RENT I ORS J Ltt t te iJ First Class f f wII BOWLING v E I j fctAt tL EYIII I in Wfcstclass condiV eft Vk 1 1 I tjonlpiyat on e t 1 j i 1 IV IVc1nr tt H ip u L IlI t c T r UVV L iIp ititl 0hildren Oxy FOR FLETCHEII- TO AS TORI A 1 r lChildren Pry 1Ii J 0A510 Ii iDR GTL BURTON tEiT DENTIST t TUTN EXTRACTED JWTHQUT PAIN i 5 L11 Msri i l PINGP11D KY AiI JtWork Strictly Firstclass DR JiCArTJEn r ftoikiii ad Silicon l CWc hor1to9Lm1- i ltb2 pm 0oi brer Haydorrs Drugstore t it Yiampt n M US o L Mce to Otera Ktase FfH n Ne 9 RtsMeitccNe 38 WFGRIGSBY TTQfJE AT LAW 00 tTilife pleaHank 1IPRINOFIKIJJ KY DrW HYATT thc over Red Cross DrA r OfflU hours HyattlO fOi h to 1 m 4tQ 5 pm joniy MAYfSI fUIERAl JiiKtCTOR AMUlIuEISED 1MBAlMER TELEPHONE DAY 1O NIGHT 74 i SPRfflGFELD l f t Railroad Schedule i t th Following is the time schedule now in effect on toe Bardstowi and Springfield branch railroad t Mo 41 Leaved Louisville ai 430 p mi Bardstown Junction f 22 p m i Bardstown 666 p m arrive at Sprin fielcl 655 p m aNo 42j Leaves Springfield ate 600 a m Bardstown 645 a m Bardbtown function 730 a mit arlve at Louisville 820 ainm1 t No43iJe ves Louis iUea 720 am Bardstowli Junctiot 855 a m Bardiown 1005 am arrives Springtieid 1140 p m- Ncir i o 44 Leaves Springfield aiN 100 y m4Baratown 220 pmtiBardstown Junction 410 p m arrives at ouisville 545 pmII No 90 undaysonlyLeave C Difield 7da mi Bardstowi f hOOsa in Bardstuwn Junctiot to 945 acm arrive clt LouisvilK 935 am No 91 Sundays dulyLeavesPTonicutilk lf rtfflfi rtni Barth r Item Juniclibn 645 p in Bardb town 78J p jo arrives ai r pringfield at 825 p m Fruit Md ornamental EESEf 000 Every thjng for OrchaLa wn and 5afdeJQ Oie Miiiioii Strawberry Plants f Gataloguiesl No agentt r fjff IULLENMEYRd I Lexington K 0If Strayedp on my farm Ibret mlks from ipriiigtield 2 ri- steer2 Wd lieltis an Jc and calf OKynuriny iuveani 3bynotice ATBERT IKLDD rLI1Iyl4 iit i STRAYH Ffrom my Iain abttwyveeksi a jr a 700 lb- 0 red htier vtfewatd f rinfoi ma kn1Eaeingtpo rYljial C Clements w LosOn eJaturdaj Augos 17 eithtr atUit Sprinjid lil Frtiv 01 on the road Deivyetn Springtiel ahct my upanva Hold Bracelet xivith aILk Prdj r wii please refmj nto H B Case i Bi K Lal ewalts to ouySOOOt bushels f v kJ Will pay tbi bighestmarijet price Notice VVkfirmof JV Jarboe CojI bQving sold theirflour mill to Me Whorter Wells all person nowihg themselves jndebttd to the oIfiim are equdto11 al1l MUle promptly t4WJARBOECd n VI CASTOR ui cbiL- Tta KU Yn hw Akijt In i r th ll1i II o idrtf MMiitfriMlnMr V Mw f Local Happenings of Interest I The Frtlhestend Latest I z AI1Abutvurssir Frltndt LiI Acquaintances TII I t I For SaleTwofine Jennets Eowalkerj TQR SALE8oo bushels corn Carroll K lJY FOR sALETwoextragool SQuthdownbuckSV A B Walker Mound City Pajnts may costi a triflb more but Leo Haydon Barred Plymouth Rock Roos ters for sale 75c Mrs JTYaste Born to the wife of Virgil Mil ton ai5pound boy Mrs Williams will carry a special line of suits and skirts strjctly man taUredCom in and cee them whether you buy ornoJrBarn at Lawrenceburg Kyt September the 13fch to John Ea l and Annie Clarkson Snider girl V t Rev R H Roe of Bards town Rill preach at the Methodist churchmen Sunday Sept 18 at both the morning and eying services i Mrs T B Blaoford will trim for Mrs Williams this season Mrs Blanfoid has been a success ull trimmer in Denver Colorado and several other lqrge cities fqt the past six or sven yes She invites her friends to trade wither Born on Thursday Sept 8th i to Mr and Mrs B D Lake a boy On Sunday September 11 to Mr and Mrs John Kelly a l daughter Rev RE C Lawson cfficiat d at a doable Wedding on lastE Ionday the contracting parties eing Mr Harrison McGiuiss nd Miss Melva Preston and Mr i Thomas McGra the and Miss Lola 9resfooX iA vacancy eXIsts in tie otu1c- f Kural Mil Carrier lot Route o 4 occasioned by the reslgnaI I on of George Neikirk The va 1cancyfiommission entof the U SCivIl Service roitt a competitive examination j l be held in Springfield Kv October 1st 1910 Application 1blanksinfjf 3truct orls may be had from tht shouldrorwari applicationsjj promptly as thy must be re ceived by the Commission at Washington 19 days before thell saxammshpn The public sale of C C Christie ast Wednesday was not largely attended owing to the very busy season Milch cows werein goods iemand ranging in price from 40 to 77 Hogs brought sitisIfactory prices Horses sold rea sonably well the twJyearold addle stallion B ucephalo s NoS 606 A BR R was purchased v WW McElroyof Lebanon or 405 This handsom3 young Iter must be seen to be appre s ciated Clair the saddle mare Io 6011 A S H EL went to J a 3 Christie of Lebanon at 210 ther stock brought fair prices Good Attendance f jSchoolj innbunced in our last weeks is sue The attendance was yerya large for the first week and both eachers and pupils haveehtered apon their workc with renewed teal after their much needed rest f McChord Williams t The marriage of Miss Annie Mcchord to Rev W H Williams vill take place at the Presby erian church qni ext Wednesday vJternoon at 480 tfclock Rety ft Ec Lawson officiating sColoredThe Washington1 County Col ored Fair opens today A good attendance is expected as quite a number of good premiums have leen offered and some good tock is expected 0be on exui ition The directors and officials nave taken great interest in the natter and heir efforts are apt to je rewarded by a successful fair j New Bank Meeting A meeting of the stockholders A the Springfield State Bank was jeld at the Court Hops on la9tI Saturday afternoon The major ity of the tockholdersVerepres ent aud the question of electing DYotdup011y The J TorIG8 rI 1 MM iIHfiNfiTeeth = I I j tracted Yithii gDANGERg No charges plateatare I 1 WORf Done in this office is firstclass I in every respect and just as ad vertised g- 1WYSTALLARDDplSli t IIfollowing men were elected J H McClure J S Yankey Byron Croalse C D Robertsou S P Thompson TEI Ballard J W Tucker L Av Burns and W A Clements Mr J H McClure was elected President and j S Yankey VicePresident Ruel E t Foster was made Cashier and J M Smith Assistant Cashier A now building will be erected at once on thelot on Main street ao joining the store ciGrundy tCMclntire Anything and everything in the very latest Fall millinery at Wathen Shaders Gholson Mrs F F Gholson died on last ofSaturday morningat the home of her brother Mr C R Mep Whorter in this city from a herqia from which she bad been a sufferer periodically for 20 years She arrived here on Tuesday preceding her death and was in as good health as usual until a i short time before her death She was fiftyfive years of age and tEleavesdren1 The remains taken htoeral services were conducted from the Christian church of which she was a member fr j MElectionThe County Board of Election Commissioners omposed ofS J tiAndersonand Marshall Dune in andL iA Burnsheld its meeting on Tuesday September 13 for the purpose of selecting the election of cers for the next November le election The officers were se lected from lists furnished by thec Chairmen of the Republican and Democratic Committees Theic following officers were selected No1 FrederiektownR A Thompson and C fy Filiatreau judges S TV Hamilton clerk C E Osbourn sbcriff No 2 MooresvilleJ BWi iamsand W B Barlow jjudges T J Settles clerk Ll B Carney sheriff No 3 Willisburg J JV Sharpin and Merritt Hunj ate judg B Yeager clerk Walt r Hale heriffV J No 4 NorthL C CoiJsh anda saac Armstrong jjudges OC Barnett clerk C BGraham herifiwWN6and W H Lay judges Vi S Colvip clerk WLraham jjNojj OkeyICloyd tlerk David Matherly sheriff I Tie No 7Pottsville Ge6 W Cb cariough rand J M Coyla judges Geo T Mayes clerk1S T Skeans sheriff LNo8andN G Mark judges 0 F Wharton clerkr H B McElroy tEsberiffNo 9 Spriagfield J P Edelen nd WJ Smith judges T S Gsbourn clerk J T Wheatley sheriff f N0 1Yprini1IeldLJY May es and A B Walker judges J R Wharton clerk W A Clm ents sheriff No 11 Kellys ShopS PI ttThop on judges Joon A Poling clerk lrPBoveSamtHoodThompsOnjju John Arnold sheriff WANTED Cosmopolitan Magr azine requires the services of- represntatiyo in in Washing tetyhewals and to extend circulation by special methods which have proved unusually successful Salary and commission Previous experience desirable but not- eessential Whole time or spare lime Address with references a Ht C Campbell COS iopolitan Magazine 1789 Broadway New York City rGiNAL I Mrs Katia Willams iis sen IDSu few days in Lquisvilt IMrs 0 T Bl ndfurdandori of Lafoletie Teno lire visiting ber sister Mrs Nannie Simms Miss Willie Knott is in Cinch nati purchasing millinery J Mrs Jesse Th Rapier and litt vis5iit nKle r parents Mr and Mrs IC Lw Price Mr Rapier spent Sunday here Miss Agnes Kuhn has returned to her homein Nashville Teun Mrs Ellen Wrightt of Danville l has returned to her bO me after a t visit to Mr and Mrs C L Price Dr W V Stallard Messrs T C Campbell and Chris Hertlein j spent Sundayin Fairfield J t Mrs A L Jenkins has rc turned to her home lin Cincinnatit afterf a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs G D Duncan C Mr Toe Fuel has sufficiently recovered from a spell pf typhoid feuer to resume his work with the CumberlandTelephone Co Miss Mary Gleason is visiting r relatives in Louisville Mr and Mrs C C 1cChordV f Louisville were here last week Misses Nellie Simms and Addie Willett have entered school at St CatharineMMrs Ella Montgomery has returned from Tatham Springs Mr and frsJas H Edelen Oakland Gal are visiting his father and btJ relatives at this lace Mr Ed WiUett has accepted aWposition tfith the Peoples DeRposit Bank Mr JABolwarewasinLou isville on business Tuesday Mrs Maria Booker and daugh er Margaret and son Fred erick have returned to their ome in Little Rock Arkansas after a visit to relative here eftMTuesalAntpmoi ItrHIM nColumbiuves here l Mr GV D Duncan is inlCfncin nati this weeIl Miss Hattie Arnold has re SIturnedge Danville KyrdiMr Bell Cleaver of Cuba ame to Springfield Tuesday and willl leave tonight for New Mex o where he will make his homeVV v Rev Father Mackin is visiting are relatives hereV Mr J J Graves has returned from a business tripto Cincinnati l il Miss Mabel Price fricQ was in Leb noD uesdav Miss Sophie Hertlein is visit g her brother Conrad Hertleih Louisville Miss Ellen Wathen left this ot morning for a trip to Indian po is Miss Bertha Haydon returned home Monday after a several eeks visit to her sister Mrs TA Spalding in jrdstowndE Mrs McFarland of Danville the ofher gGregMiss Regina Clements of Leb 12 anon is the guest of Misses Car Edelen and Laura paker Misses Lillie and Nahcy SimUJsSE fondsaroMrsi Louisville this inorpiug iin the inbiJ rests of the millinery business 2 Miss Hattie Webb has returnedm from Loilisyille where she has been for two weeks in the whole sale millinery houses Mrs Wooten and daughter of Hazard Ky are visiting her IIin father Mr C Vr Noe MrsH McCawley has re cuurneddoarentsy at Owensboro 11 toMrtyphoid fever UIjJ renceburg is the guest ofI and Mrs John W LewiV Mr Earl coffey and sister LoW ena have returned totheir hopiu Indianapolis Id after a visitS o their grandparents Mr and rs S M Campbell s For Sale deIof Methodist church having frontage on said street of 53 feet and extending north toa11fli Fur particulars 1ton Miss Lizzie LV j 5V A t Litsey spent Wed MraGdMI Frinay with Miss Hat Miss BessVdIy and SatUVV pent Tnurs tie Lcgsdon v Jrelitwes at Miss Jewel Blat day and Friday withV nt Sat LeeeMrs Q W Fenwick spV MrsHiattMr Arthur Fauth spent Friday arid Saturday with Mr Hart lord Logsdo Mrs Bettie Canary spent the latter part of last week with rel atives at MackvilierThe nfe supper given at this place Friday night was well at tended The pies sold exceeding ly well tQerebeingT36 pies which brought Ji320 Refreshments were sold by Mr B J BTaydon and Arthur Fauth The pies were auctioned off by MrGeorge canougber Miss Jennie Hay don won the cake for being the most popular young lady Mr and Mrs Loyd Fen wick withMrMiss Annie Hardin has return ed to her home in Louisvifle afJ r a pleasant visit to rilativesf it this placeVMiss Rhoda Begleyspent one iay last Logsdon EHattieETile moo r and Mrs Bud Coffee Wed nesd y night was well attended Those from distance were from Texas and Gasburg Miss GrtieMinion spent Fri day and Saturday with Miss Nina Fenwiek Mr Marion Sweeney and son illie spent Saturday witb Mr ay LogsdonVMiss Agnes Rudd spent Friday night with Miss Jennie Haydon Mr Clem Cocanougher of Texas was in Dur commuuity Satur day r Miss M Logsdon spent one day last weeK with Miss Hattie Logsdon Mr and Mrs G W Pen wick r and Mrs Stanley Fenwiek nd daughter tuied with Mr J Uuiyorooke Sunday Mrs H G Log iion andjjjSo6 aymandJ and Mis Nellie Logs don spent Friday with Mrs Lula Anderson Mr Leonard Fen wick spent Sunday with Mr Albert Lanham Mr Berman Paddock spent unday with Mr BudCoffee Mr Mori Logsdon spent Sun ay with Mr Leo Lanham Mr and Mrs John Barker and children spent Sunday with Mrs Bud Coffee Misses Susie and Lela Fenwick spending this week with rel atives at St MarysV Mrs Nellie Logsdon and chil dren spent Sunday with the fam y of S G Logsdon PUBLIC SALE FJlngrented my arm I illI n thfr premises at Fredericks town t n Thursday September 29 beginning atV 1 oclock pm offer for sale to the highest bid er the following property Three milk cows and calves one a Jersey 3 yearlingsteers yearling heifers Isbv with pigs 2 sows due to pig October 1 Duroc boar 1 9year old mare in foal to Jack Bill Goebel fiveyear old mare in foal lto me 1 aired family mare in al tr Jack 1 7veaif ld mare fe and agod driver and not afraid of an automobile 1 4year sorrel mare ia foal to Hack ey horse 1 9year old mare ed4o horse 2 nice filly colls 1 yearling horse colts 1 suckling J workIrrulesi 75 good stock ewes 1 8 year old Jennet in foal to Mackin Gibbs jack 1 3year old jennet foal to Fields jack11 yearling nnet 1 9year od jennet with jack colt a lot of baled hay 100 bushels shelled oats 1 riding ltivator 2 jumping shovels 2e uble shovels 1 breaking plow farm wagon 1 corn crusher fJ bacco frame plow gear etc TjSRMScAll sums of 10 ami J nder cash Over that amount a credit of 6 months note With good personal security and bearing 6 per cent interest ill be required J MONTGOMERY M Campbell Auctioneer r Saved His Leg All thought Id logo my leg writes J A Swensen of Watertown Wi3j Ten sfears pf eczema that 15 ctors could not cure had iat aet laid me lip Then Bucklsns Arnica Salve curl sound anawU In llible n eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Bolls Payer Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 2atHaydon Kobcrtson VI I f t j 30 Days Sale IIGame to a close yesterday ItIwas a great success Hundred j f people took advantage dftheci porbunity we offered to save f OitVhejr purcn ses tt on I ==1tp41111F6W Good Bargains Left 7EIt d 1 SWeep oVthe Summer Stocks we are goingVSe AMAiZrNQLY LOW PRICES on thefo i To make acleat VV 7IF to-Vquota you sort Uored Wash Suits reduced to 298 1 lowing Items i VDresies reduced to 298 P 2v I J hf 65OLadiesTaducedfo5cyard TiSO Ladies Waitcyd ffe f 15cVndlOcLaw sdto3cbyBoltothyo1Zyirds f4T t6cLawnsreducedto liatf Price lj 4v 0I reducftf onehalf PriceS8c Torchon Laces AI One lot of Mens Hats one at fr aUy reduc dlpric v J v M Tew Mens and Boys Suits iv t J than 12 ifprie P4 Mel and Ladies Low Cut She I4EfldtOoffSCvS7IOw V 1 a thingS in fall Styles iw JnjII0 tIts nd Young rnens IIMensandYoungMensStrawh new Sk Shirts i I Thee R0b rt on C y b f b 1 74 it i oiIi TID cINCORPO ii REPORT OF TilE CONDITION OP THE first National Bankk OF SPRINGFIELD At Springfield in the State of Kentucky at the close pf business September 1 1910 No 1767V RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 30584897 Overdrafts secured and un securedVV 643709- U S Bonds to secure circu lation 6000000 Banking house furniture and fixtures 400000 Due from National Banks not reserve agents i 156387 Due from State and Banks and Bankers prECompanies and Banks U 56960 Due from approved Reserve Agents J 464830 Notes of other National Banks 30500 Fractional Paper CuyrencyV Nickels and cents 10417 Lawful Money Reserve in Bankviz- Specie 1144565 Legaltender notes 10150002159565 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation 250000 Tota lL 39757265VV LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in 5000000 Surplus fund 4000000 Undivided Profits less expenses and taxes paid 427043 National Bank Notes out standingVV 5000000 Due to other NationaTBanks 25010 Due to State and Private Banks and Bankers 16946 Due to approved Reserve Agents 294076 Individual deposits subject toV hecki 17170347 Time certificates of deposit 68238 43 Bills payable including certificates of deposit for money borrowed 100000 Total 397572C5 STATE or KBSTOCKTJ COOSTT OF WASH IXOTOS sa II A C McElroy Cashier of the- abovenalfltd bank do solemply swear that theabove statement is true to the best of jinjA knowledge and belief AC McELROY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of September 1910 CHASM McCnORD Notary Public Correct AttestIH M GRUNDY JOHN W LEWIS W D CLAYBROOKE Directors t For Sale Anne farm at Pine Grove near Beechlaud Washington county Ky containing 161 acres All go Id tobacco land As good nineroom residence as can be found in the county 2 tenant houses 2 stock barns 2 tobaco barns a harness and carriage room good ice hoose wood house apple bouse meat house aod all other necessary outibuildings1 A fine variety of fruits apple peaches pfnm grapes raspber ries Vand pearsv This arm has plenty of fine timber two good wells fine pOnd with plenty of fish in it Farm is well watered IThis farm caii be cjifepirito three tracts with a hovtee barn water Eand timber on atih tract all fronting the pike A good art house aluftfty yards from dwoliig Will sill rtftsoaKWyV1 Forfurtber particulars willl W S Y Gopb2l ff f f 4J 1VJ w ibeT omasGrn MOW8r 1 I WITH CHANGEABLE SPEED JJ14ti 1J This Mower has more exclusive featurethan any raower i4 market These new features are not merely talking peintg h tv ars r f I really meritorious It has the Ban and Roller Bering Tltatiac Cutter Bar Improved Foot Lift andillaismfl Lever a Doohk SM6i and can be Cli angoo from a fait to a flow speed in a few Mfe f It has heavy drive wheels strongand simple fraae MI iIGearI draft is guanteed Come in and see it 4 1VSSII I I t LeI ChsinbersGeneralAgsnts I I f It The States Indhistrial Show Window II 7000 Entrist Last Year 150000 ki AM ibM i I SIX BIG DAYS AND NIGHT THIS YEARifS3OOOO In Premiums HORSE SHOW AND + IIPPOVDROME AT NIGHT EIGHTH ANNUALV 10 3 1 ssIvRusnsdA DAILY uucU anlw FluNATIt1LO VAlID IWJ AJSP PPM Miissu 5p4dsIs N NKFMiMW ElIu1i1iut INST LAUI IUfLOW RAHAOAA KATM F r MMr MwMtlM mltaJ W WSISSrMSISS PISIS111Nl LO U I SV I E 11 1 4 jtiJ4x VIS fts We W lclLik 1 ToBcsAiiVi J rSjfr WithyoleruwkiwiU r steneawi iiLm4 thoi We ao jg ed TWe cbtidw WF orprIeLPropiaii4gsWVt Grgndy M WtIJX = jf f t x 4IT I ti V PERT I OSG met u Iftey ki ob XI Mir Jm bai ta bar cotl14afCj the kk rk e jJDf the soae of e tkble stsde1 thatwere all htgb i E rIauwbo UoWS when ikvt mad Jan able 3cu actr tbt knowledge L wit ca e of jMomnUt tii gen c itiJo b about rfln if f tMaQaLta r1irtMefc iii itaM auikMt jronuai tH waMosjMiC the mrD alMNtak1ft1e neIgh t lnt i ifMMmt be K bad If It Litriwtaft the talking habit Inltn r pr HtIMtl 7 wt ajwl irtnk t Aaftaa4oke i l Zstate1 PtAityoksr 4 is AM ycurlurky l l 1tn tt tkiAk tJ ITJU tgrow iollars L la tlM Uak M iHit Tat2 1t YO Ileeve t will Bet 1 1ark 0 MHvM you crab Iti tUBy ute tkreAt wmlMd you will I t Get Iti coatT fti1a AS Taveaplan X tt f TtatJeoka as it 1 y It cucht to knock 4 DasM Fortune stiff 4 Will luurdly purchase IIIHHtir1acafifJffi tDeIM wpl l t tt t t 41eeWther J 1o yet to pick 1t1 Ifyow wfll crab It wt flwcktil Tkrouchyour head r That sitting OundIWont do Instead i 6tMMl a Famint 45Wbatia th reAaon o the high price Iief r snpplvI1 i4iowkL that cqte on the r IllwrM jHKJdenly You kmo5iy Brother Bill went t weat aid tniek Jtifk a s iar1v Jrtlte pst year be b been rtttftoeat for the first Urno ill Ptthit a Sclenc low do th s cmen who es- sclatw at the amusement parks com- ecloHw 1Utt Tfcat ir QIZY enough A stock- 4ea1sr by coB practice can tell the welffkt ef a kor by looking at it YM bat the hog la stripped So MUle lHJlby the time he gets jMPMwt t utkc welfhhi machuie i tern CenelationSUfe J set a barren desert ehoreIsome credit 4AttbUm corner store Tkem the worl may frown adverse WkJteas blll4your troubleplles D0Iat1onItl It It Certainly has agrcat1- uil D it1st is he 1 It r r It 7 i1 SSNet 8e Miaest ow Bf PJJP XnIs so stuck uu hi gaaad1gJmoney7 r t Say ie thinks iw is some pump 5i JdM P r owpkins He imagines he Li patchSi4rN t Careful i 4Ue has chio7f TnannerE1 i Well they ought to be Rood Af WkyT li He Mt r uses tbum when beUsctt aosef nmih ing I av ttliicornetr No ChIR It tilt the naked I I eye r r 1 Xctll stickler for Uir aakedrtkHl i tttH1Si4- bethjtLaboutthetnrIL I1 t rtBow o loknoItIsBeciijie Rfi k all a pack tJ eyy a Cored hyfpiiio5tM 4Wht did tW doftor say abouttt He To Id owl was alt run down DIdI do 2rtliJ g foc yOuX J4Yes frHBW a bilL vj rA NMMarketabl 1j Mar t1ii vrd 1tIrln Jtec ei t i X 1cl1ido li fIi r f hi1iLE HAIR flrG11ALLr opyrlght JS10 WSncan Press Asae ciation r Jv The ejUtor of the Excelsior Magazlpo Kvfjiaf lils desk ppenlnff nvelopes con tulnlng coutributlohs Running over tlie sheets of one to discover If it came within the prescribed length he found between two of them a hair It was too long for a mans hair and too short for a womans But It must be one or the other and since the manuscript was seqt In by a woman he concluded that it had belonged to the latter It- W35flQt black or brown or red it was golden And the name of the girl oa wbose Bead It had doubtless grown wis Nathalie Rose Arrowsmlth But perhaps thIS was fictitious iirfie E celspr Magazine was pub liahed In the far west ivhere women bcln comparatively Scarce are appro elated Possibly it was this that led goldcnhHe was a young man of ideal tastes Heas not the owner of the period leal but an employee whose business it was to select such contributions as would fit in between certain other staple matter He possessed literary discrimination but was aware that this delicate faculty was not considered In vflflnrhls salary What was expected of him frasvtp read the manuscripts that camo in to see that there was nothing in them calculated to ioffcnU any ot the magazines patrons select ing Jthjoso that would fit tho empty spaces That a good name for illss Arrow siithwould be the fair one with the golfled locks gradually insinuated It self into the young editors mind lie estimated the length of her prciuo tlon and finding it within limits laid ltasldeior acceptance In case It con tamed nothing objectionable nhari whlle his operative mentality was on his work but his Ideal facultiesthose- akin to soul were on the fair one with the golden locks By the time he had read her manuscript he had con juret Vp a poetic aesthetic condition that Jenabledihjm to see in It the high Inqgaageand the author had succeeded lu glv ing it as correctly as If she had kept a cowboys boarding house There were Rattlesnake Bill pod Mexican fete ns r bad men as ever fanned n 4o or twisted a bowie Then there was Cactus Kate not ovcrparticulnpln her loves but a heart as big as Table mountain The story wnp available but when the editor contemplated Offering the managdments limit of compensation for such produCtions2iOhis whole Ideal nature sickened Yet what could he do Any suggestion to pay an fiti dftlonal sum lor a Itt rnryg in woiild only meet with a snrfrl from his chief and the remark that we aint lIn this yere business to edecate authors but for dust He concluded td soften the blow for the fair one wlih the golden Ipcks by writing her a lert r otapolo gy for offerhig her so plUful a sum for her production If he had stopped at this Jbere need have been no harm done AH editors kindly insert feather beds under strug gling authors before knocking them down Its a feature of the business But the gold strand had stuck in his head and he added some soft stun He inclosed the proprietors check for theprIce to be paid and sent the whole away with a fluttering heart i A few days later Jhc young editor hearda stentorian voice In the manager private room debating some Question with all the Intensity of Ian guage pf RcttlusuaKe Bill or Mexican Pete in the story Then the manager Therrstoodlow hair hung down under his some carIseeingl the editor who was a delicate fellow of five feet two inches and a hundred pounds weight he stoOd as Shed for a moment thep burst Into tOt of uncontrollable laughttfr you the kid as writ that he asked holding forf the editors npolc getic message t The editor stood stupefied Waal waaljI aint on the blow about seeln big wonders but this Isthe blarsteflest observation I ever made Soy tqok me for agalf And the hair ez got In between the she ts A gold enstrnndAnd y daubed In som soft soap on me I sure never see notiiln like tthIs before rDJdyou write thesfuff asked the proprietor of Nathalie Hose Arrow s nltbLSartin I read It to the boys and the lowed it jvas fine Whotnmn1you chopse that Ilaln- cWhypardTI was called s6ildul on a rqnndup andlef thttun ttuhajbung feller eg jlst conie oijtto11 the JJejters rstncli from Uiv entt to dto uhneIIt is iis t L i ru lyro prietpr Tconteniptuously iiiWan little Quo I come1up yore to tosee what kind of a jitlofif took nmf 1fora4l1 thort us If there was try Insult intended though nlnt mucli on Run suddenness Id jlst b ro Hhile intheian usxlld It IRut you aint big tnougb trgefiimy guns Goo IY MrPprietar gpodbr little 0nct 4iiIaafhisThen the manngeV turned to ifls edij tort i r V tnQjJSoUegemrtgnzInC late J 7 3 t lJespotlclencyNd4ir aad the despondency endured by women who carry a daily bwdea of illbealth and pain because of disorders and dratfMtsf tiw delicate and important organ that uro- 4aetiyceiahse The tortures so bravely endured corn t yvptthnerves itloeg contiBued rMTMi Favorite Prescription is a positive cure for WW OMM tod disease ol th femiaiae organism IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG k SICK WOMEN WELL paipk4 antiitrheod Hoaest jBediciae dealers sell If and Ctoe adud te ur e Ott You as just as tfdodr liJf U9nn6lt has ii record of lorry years of curein ArYooa Naas TWyprabpibly know of sone of Its maay cures bk ftiMt tetti nubout weHMMi dis MM ud bow to rare 81 ko id 21ot Meaps to Pr fierce tyeet 0 f nailing lie ayea a frt OIy ef J tttt thoedpe illustrate4 i covershs resrn r T tiea Wu u Non art Nadi ImbIt hy lIu Id4sr Trtuble miuddiscsandIesnsathbitionbcautyvigor ness soon disappear when the kidneys are out of order or dis eased Kidney trouble has prevalentthat mon for a child to be born afflicted with eak kidneys Ifthe child urinates loo often lithe urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with bedwet ting depend upon it the cause of Ute dim culty is kidney trouble and t1t6 first step should be towards the treatnntpf these important organs This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not ton habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made miser able with kidney and bladdr trouble and both need the samd great remedy The mild amid the jmfncdiath effect of- SwapmpRoot is Soon realized Itissold by druggists In fifty 3 r cent and onedollar size bottles You may have a sample bottle by mail free also a pamphlet telling all about SwampROOt 1GCSWJIIIRooL including many of the thousands of testi monial letters received from sufferers who found Swm Root tqbe just the remedy needed In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle ti It iJ C okery Points These are a very popular summer dish and not at nil dljflcultto prepare 1be aspic jolly h simply meat jelly boot vpal or chicken scpncd highly vlth sat pepper celery salt and lemon jtifcc fand thickened with gelatine Fqr eggs or chicken veal or chicken stock is used For tongue or other dark meats beef stock Ijs required The stock Is set3onc1dwftitvegetables pep percorn and cloves during Its cooking Then Is strained and to every two quarts of the stocka box of gelatin that har ii1softpncd in cold water Is iidded togqther with he whites and shells of tjvo eggsl1 Then It Is boiled naild a fcV mOltenht Until the eggs haje entangled the floating particles of senilE Then strain through a cloth If not perfectly clear repeat the strain lug Add the lemon juice and pout Into an oblong granite pan Just enough of time liquid to cover the bottom and kt It stiffen When cold poach adoz on eggs one by one In rapidly boiling salted water to yIchn tablespoonful of vinegar has bccncaddcd To do this In the French way whjich wraps the white around the yolk like n cocoon give the water a hard stir before dropping In the egg This gives It a rotary motion Now drop the egg ip careful ttllt the center of the greatest ebul jreollugUfthefor the egg to cook through Ucpeat this process until all are cooked ow arrange on the stiffened aspic an inch or two apart and turn the rest of till aspic which has been kept over wnrm water to prevent Its stiffening over the eggs The whole layer should be about two Inches In depth When till jelly hardens itIs cut in squares rounds wIth ttir ecg In the center of each nail Is serve on lettuce leaves with a garnish of pimento An Old Colonial Cake An old Colonial recipe for yellow loot cake said to borne originally from the family of George Washington calls for one cupful of butter too and a half cupfuls of granulated sugar six eggs cupful of thin cre m or rich milk one even teaspoonful of soda two of crtJtin of ttartar four upfulM of pastry flour and one cnpruT of sccdoil raHlus Cream the butter antI sngar then stir In the yolks of time eggs Add the creitm of tartar to the flur and sift them ttoeiier several anqstirtlienid yolks Thu beat the whole Into the flour and cream of tartar When smooth odd time rnfeJns and finally fold the whites ofi lIiieggswhippctllJo a very stiff froth through the hatter Dir nottfttir tie cake after the whites lire add xl flutter a large tube lIOn and flllJtt half full After It has baked and becmiiea cold Ice It with a heavy snow wjiltc 1lngjthnt will contrast prettily with the yellow of the cake Citron Sliced in thin strips may be used instead of raisins or in comblpi tlon vith them Tills confection may be used nsu birthday cake and ils very Attractive foiutho purposq ji jISmall Consolation Thoinas KtliMiii nivlng focuncdl his Iist1Im vyc on the future comes rtown out of thv tfuet lIlt reports with tome estIUMiient that he seos a pink Utopln with blue stripes on1t for tin pcople or the world 200 years hence hi time year 2110 there will tint be even so much as the photograph or work anywhere lu alghL The nap chine will feed Itself raw material and turn out garments rocking chairs and Chrlstinis presents and doubtless there ewill be an endless belt attach mont tocany1 thorn around to the ultl Pate cotisuiuernnd dump them at his door lluwill probably have to carr them In the bouse unless lie feels tin his wife nocdrt exercise The trouble with these hot Utopias Is that they aro far ahead that fex now living will be around enjpylnj tho ficenerjvuufl kicking on the weather when they arrive Why cant the world speed up and hand every om hlsownylneundfig tree and auto mobllo while they will do us soma good Something Lacking III hear youtwentup IntQJhe woods f69YYes I took Mbrlef hyuffBg trlp Thlugs must jhave changed Did you miss anything 4 Just n bear and It was onifof tuo prettiest shots you ever saw top HER PPiOPOSAS Ii t By MARION GOLDBER1 fFv Copyright by AncrlcanPCess Assor elation Marlon Hathaway though she waa itot interest Jn the rghtsof womep was deeply interested lithe rights of u woman mind that vcolnan was her self jMlss Hatbawayf was twentysix years old and unmdrried when It sud denly occurred Jo her that there was one right BeUmglne to her that she bad been dented not by any law but by lfbe moSt Imperious of all rulers custOm I A 1Unntsbusartl may say with ntrmultr Im looking for a wife but lot a woman sOy the same thug about ousldrerl1I11tlnndost cule aiiJ would defeat her purpose to marry Turthprmore a man may ask a dozen wtmen one after another to marry him while a wonian is forbid den to auk tveu one tuna Now Im not going to submit to such Injustice any longer wish a husband home and children know the man should like to marry t decline to angle for him injfejsolng to assume with regard to him stb1 same privilege he has assumed toward me shall propose marriage Mr Archibald Howe was the man toi whom MIss llathnray decided to pro pose L1uas thirtytwo years old doing a good business and of good standing both socially and as a citizen Miss Hajthaway had an income of 1000 n year In a business point of view the elements for a partnership existed The question In the ladys multI was this First had the man ever thought of her as one he would like to marry second If not couldshe- lead him to so think of her lIe was permitted to discover tier feelings for him Why should she not be permitted td icarn his for her All this reasoning was well enough b it to put tIt intopractlce was another matter Miss Hathaway winced at the first fine A bravO way to act In the case was to send for Mr Howe and make her proposal by word Her feel lags constrained her to do It by letter but after writing and tearing up some twenty epistles she Concluded that she must either jytakc the bull by the horns thatte make her proposal in person or lot ajt nIl Summonlng all ber resolution she widte him To call on her When Mr Howe card wds handed tjer time next nvAnlnir she caught sight f lair face in a mirror Dismay wai written on everj feature She was n trosyr character though with a tefl- doiicyto enter upon Innovations tht only the concurrent opinion of IargX commuuilies can effect At any fatcl flfie was determined and having once put her baud to the plow would not turn back nut It njulred ten min tea before her heart heat would sub dIde tto a normal rate at the end of which time she dejlm1ed the sjalr ase and entered tIi drawing room Tier heart hud recommenced its kettle Irum performance nod her knees hrcatencd to let tier down on the floor That womans nature had something o do with the customof proposals for the first time rushed iipon her with reat force Mr Howe rose she me chanically extended lice hand be rt muled his seatnnd slim sank on out nd of a sofa What canlIdo for you asked tbp visitor v- IMiss Ilntha ways reply was a shiver A waiter jot charity asked tin Tcntlcman after a pause to help J jut WellyesIn a way rI For Whom or what do you ask aid1 Myself Mr Howe looked surprised fl have sent for you Mr Hbwe she continued with every show of resolu mba In order that may do some thing something very disagreeable and l wish outo help me Something dIsagreeable Verffethlng we can do together the other must do It I1 shall be very happy to do it for you if 1 cam Thats Impossible Mr Howe thought a bft before saying If one oj the Othrr must lolt ami ICl1nt do It I doat see but that you must do it ourselfisMiss UMhavay Ihlnt lookas If Rh could Toll me added the caller what Is and Ill see whit can do for you He rose fr m his seat and sat low beside her No I ha resolved to do It ujyaelf and will- Proceed Miss Hathaway gathered her facut ties fora beginning Did yOu ever think ofme that Id initjjo friendship that has existed be tween utmss it evqr occurred tp jyoui Slia stopprd Mr lluwe was Iwklpg at her In dimly tier lxi om was heaving her eyes were like those of a fhunted fawn Itt occurred to him ttlwitfhe would like to put his Crams about tier take litddon his shouldpr qntl comfort her Dove freely resolved oo vin on wltblstSn ahvnys to rcniai jlnple IndeediYes Anil hOI taught lint j ralht rfevottj yurrelvcs to 50iue world work tog hm Me gazed upon her sin Intenyy for xotne moments then Yes nUll that work will beto build tp a home for ourselves Shf turned her face up to him light id lyn slOth nail safll5 JThere knew could do It Cucumber Jelly Pare two cucuinbeis and cut in slices Add a slice of onion a stalk of celery half a tahletipooufnl of nastur tluin seeds a piece of green pepper pod and bo f a teawpoouful of sweet herbs with water to cover Let elm i mir until the cucumber Is tender tlmJSi press through a very tine sieve Sep son with salt pepper ned a tablespoou ful of lemon juice Then add for each pint of liquid iiuethiFd of u package of gelatin softened In onefyhlrd of a cupi ful unadl overhotvegetable cblPr paste j nd turn Unto molds harden Serve with any salad dressing in the same way that tomato Jelly Is used iced Cocoa To every ttwo cupfulsjjf cocoa mode hi the usual manner Ul lIlltltfUIful jjfjvrlilyjfis tccani IHfttt If into the cosonsW n ULiastp mtiib htfJlI t1Jltdll tlDtW tltifSsw ve lu classos t tlIeduvltb elicktl flt tQ1 L CARAVAN BREADMAKING Afghans Use Cobblestones While Tur comanc Liki Sand the breadi of the Afghan caravan was cooked by heating small round cobblestones in the fire and then pok ing them out and wrapping dough an inch thick about them The balls thus formed were again thrown into The fire to be poked out again when cook ed The bread tasted well there In the desert although In civilized comm ni ties the grit and ashes would have seemed unendurable After good fellowship had been es tablished the Afghans actually sold us some flour says a writer in the Na tional Geographical Magazine The camp where we used it a little later happened to be beside the sandy bed of a trickling salt stream which was drinUabJein wlnteivbut absolutely un usable in summer when evaporation is at its height and the salt is trated opcenji See said one of our Turcomans as Aye dismounted herO Is some sand Tonight we can have some good bread When some dry twigs had been guilt ered he proceeded to smooth off a bit of the cleanest sand and built uPon it a hot fire When the sand was thor jUghly hot he raked off most of the coals and smoothed thesand very neatly Meanwhile one of the other men had made two large sheets of dough about threequarters of an Inch thick and eighteen Inches In diameter Be tween these he placed u layer of lumps of sheeps tail fat making a huge found sandwich This was now spread on the hot find coals mixed with sand were placed completely over it and it was left to bake NOw and then an edge was uncovered and a Turcoman smelled It appreciatively and rapped on it to see if tit wits yet cooked When the top was thoroughly baked tIme bread was turned over an covered up again It tasted even better than the Afghan bread after It Wflij cooled a little and the sand and ajshes had been whisked off with a girdle The Turcomans are so accustomed to life In the sandy desert that they think it Impossible to make tile best kind of bread without sand while the Af ghans who live In the stony moun talus think that cobblestones are n requisite i Hurnor and Ihi1osdphY 1y D VJ1CAJ1 M SMITH TOO CAREFUL YES caution s n splendid thing have abouf the place And many plunders we would miss And oft tjvould savo our face But many of the things we Would fair and come to haught liAve would never pMsh ahead Except on second thought v Tjs by the recitiesa tuahing In nVhere angels fear to tread And pulling through by accidentiThat makes us get If we should sit and cogitate And figure on the cost Before wo made a single move Our chances might lost A fool for luck the saying goes And while It Isnt trueIThat only persona win the prize Whose brains are shy a few Theres something In the ancient saw For some have won success Who didnt have a single plan Dot rushed ahead by guess man who hesitates is lost some geezer wise ITh winner doesnt stop to think takes tilings by surprise when you study doubts begin To form and multiply And It you wait for seoond thought You drop the scheme and fly t Evidence Did George Washington leave any children No1 IIs that a factr Sure All men of the present days are liars tt IJ Blighted Industry Up in tho lund of polar bears and polar romances ojie of the leading Iin dustrlcs of the simple minded but complex garbed natives has been point lug out the direction In which tho polo wl8 supposed to be to wayfaring discoverer For this slight service the simple Es kimo was wont to receive the everlast ing gratitude fit the explorer and his winter supply of peranilcari with Christmas gumdrops on the side Now this promising industry has been wiped from the face of tho frost bitten map and the only thing left for the simple minded natives is to 1start a tore in the shadow of Green lands Icy mountains for time sale of Andrcc relicscNor need the supply fall him so long as the good right hand of the Connecti cut manufacturer holds out There l no tariff In Greenland and bureau have a supply shipped up every season Courting You are such a trlaUtp me Jack Am I You are Indeed I shall try toget you convicted Convlctedn f riiYes r IOf what Being In love with me had Location nWisou Is nl ways talking about his point of view r Anything the matter with ItVV Just one timing Whal Is that r It is only two lies away from hisIJ nose Only Explanation Did you place your 1u scr1pUf No the editor returnOdIttjiout reading kHow do you know f Because he dlflut accept It r rCovers His Tracks Once thlnstj were on a different plan But heres the avse today ablest stutcsman la the man lThe lualces his getaway 10e tomorrowss0 11 HEII TILL REBEL Py MARIA D FUREY t ICopyrfct by American Press Ass 1t On Holoorn street elation In London Is n row of buildings that any sightseer passing on top ofn motor bus would recognize nf once as haying been left pastIhere Dr Johnson wrote his Idler One morning after the battle of Cal oden which ended the rebellion inj Scotland leii by the pretender three Scot hmeh who had been captured in arms against the king wOre being cons ducted past the Staple Inn to the Tower A block stopped the sad cor tege Oueat the prisone5Mac JJougal was a very tall ian overlooking his fellows lund wiafLSlngu larly handsome A jady IpokingJfrpm the window of the inn caned out to jhinu You tall rebel you will1 soon be shorter bjr a head MacDougaU turned a pair of large sad eyes upon her and asked defer entially i Does that give you pleasure madam In does madam taking off his hat and making a low bow fj do not die In vain The way having been cleared the procession passed on and the lady withdrew from the window MacDougal soon after arriving at the Tower was about to be led out to execution when tIle lieutenant rri celved an order for a stay Several days passed the prisoner expecting death all the while whdn the door of his cell was opened and the lady who had spoken to him from Staple Inn entered He lopked other In astonish merit We have met before said the lady I remember you well madam nut I nm at a loss as Wtbe cause of this visit for I shall spoil be headless and ft headless man cannot serve a lady Nevertheless your height wlUbe Improved And would you prefer me shprt coed I would You are too talU You seem Interested in cutting me JI0 J hh the Baptist Your head I admit has recently seriously cppcerned me I regret tInt I have not tIme poorer touhwould regard f he bequest of a rebel Doubtless there Is some fair maid who would prize your heart If its possession would give you pleasure you would be welcome tto It too could I bestow It upon you I would not deprive another of a coveted possessionb There Is none other who would prize It But pray tell me to what may I attribute the honor of thfa visit A desire jSto see more of so good mannered a gentleman I that my manners please you madam and regret that my height does not But you will be shortened My life will not be lengthened You will not die In vain True I shall have the consolation of giving you pleasure Shy rather the pleasure of giving me pleasure My pleasure Is yours Is It notr Will you npt show your apprecia tion of myj devotl6n by leaving me to prepare for an end which may come at any moment Is my presence obnoxious to you At any other time It would be a pleasure to me But you wish to be alpn Only on atcount of the nearness of deatbfWill nothing ruffle your politeness Nothing will affect my appreciation for so charming a woman Why did you rebel gainst King George t I believed Scotland would be benefited by Charles ErtXvrtrd The king Is a good man sDoubtless She handed him a slip of paper He ran his eye over It It read LetT Lady have access to her tall rebel and be hanged to her GEORGE R Something like a faint spile dawned Upon the lips of the prisoner His majesty he saIL tsfvery good to me to permit you to visit tile lie has beet more klnd to you than that Drawing n piece parchment from her corsage she hujded It to him It was n pardon beautifully engrossed within n decorative bolder MacDou gal llooked UI at his visitor for n m incnt then sprang toward her timid flung his arms about her Under cover of heartless banter she had been talk lug the language of love He had not Interpreted her correctly but now hd understood Sue neretlmmo returned the embrace Why did you rejoice at my ap punching death T he asked Because you wet e an enemy of the king V I Aild what cluuiMHl you Your manner Hra Rather n womans weallsEr rock nature And you alone hjjvo savrd me uNo J have been asslstedfVliy the Earl uf Southerlaml and all the county plof hose erltOletherfuture of either though they were real characters i A Soldiers Beginnings We were vtsltlnc at Saudringbaiu Sir Bvelyi Weed who Is very deaf cr pfupU8 near as he could to the musicians mind lu OttO of the pauses he said to Are you fon4 of music I UnfiwerJa Yes Do you play luy thing I said No WeUt ho went oq I am sj fond of It that would you bellelH1 bep n to prac tlce scales at twour four But one da my sister came put her hand on my shoulder and said My dear Coy you hail bolter give that up SOd so I did Hf auto told me that he began llfeas ii 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