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L Tttbt4 It 3rnia- 0 J 7 P lt iffi1g fY +i 7 h IrII a wtJ xy SPRINGFIELD A j WASHINGTON COUNTY SEPTEMBER 22 1910 T war I J R4F l TRUSTY PRACTICAL dENTISTOffice orr Kayn ik Barber t rpIit1 woriso11icesAUWdtk gii raiitee l prm j TIVOWr DlKCTOfiY aRiNGTILD coiity Meat WIIiaTJtLI Cooaty52 miles soih It tfif jjiixinctoar S aHa frog L ftiftriu OR ardstowK bnuatk oi tfOHJrUW and Kashvil tailro in irMmUMr aid ayricalt ral ifistfict Tw2uk telegrapk Aid tele hq e lu xMMi oMce lour illi Imrnber 7mzdi Jat n 1700 pal Uoof uty15S LtUtiye Cogre Hoi B J O Brdtow Xy RtpcttatiYe lJ1 KebltblckIK- LaturHe TDQrhaD1 RepciitatLvs I State Seate Hon j arvii Cbflgy11eYk f 1M Gounty Directory fCIRCJITCOURT GircHlt Court beifios on the fourTh- Maiahay In TebrHiry May ui Octo I b4 i La Tiu Judge C S JHid Coa1foayriU At sIfliey JJLG SRobe Clerk Iccl4aa Master Colss Hal tJ pUiTI4 VLCU Ti Qaarterly eoartts keldon tke tkird 74 Y1clckonUI L L Litsey ude OUNTY OUXJ t f piiaty Cu irt nieetyon the f rfrtb 4Ibiidzy in eck nj uth JB 4teyJUdg W F Booker County Clerk 1T Hayes County Attorney Geoff Catlett Jailer i ateABderiOB Sheriffj Byron Croike f GeO PbireU I BiwertEd4lean DepIt l aDI1e fLw T l1fs sor T cp Qen Deputy X ihreaRirer Dr vipcpru ie pororier JIOf Commoi e1PO Sprbizle1d J II IffCITY COURc raeaL Police Judge ioh K3racelMarshal I W F Griesby City Attorney IUSICCOUR Jtutice Courts re keld ikJanuarj vlcil and October r lr4 1111 l t MTaOPiST1 CHURCH tj eyle King Pastor Se- iic Studay 31 afnjr etd pir S myBciool every Suuday at JO a prj1eeing every Wednesdaj iliJitJr V CiTHOI4QCaURCH e lI Henneway i Pastor Scr lcu verY Sunday at 8 pnd ocloc a itr Services at St Rose same honr J 01fl1RCflY I iPp PastorRiV EO Lawson i rekLmX rT Sunday at li am iijir 1 piiD v Sunday school everj aaTt 10 a in pra ernieeth Ttrr TimrBaaylevflnfrsr at oHoc 4S MAIST CHURCH 1tev1 Wiri HarfiflonAViUiorifc Labtoj I JPreachlng evirv Sundajat i an iiMi 746 pm Sunday Schoo even dayat9 an Prayer u cchn M 1t v lj Sd 4 Jf10 OaRISTIAN QRnj r vJJp fSt S af lrj f tI SUtuZ3- l i Jti r t r Fratena O rders t jA1CUnGPn11i cog nosb1et9 nrvt aw ihitd Mouda tr o th oj 7Stb iia iV Ilt r t JttntILMo- i iaY E11i15JCL 4 qi sj tr 1 nh p vsctv 1curlMon5ay J MI- IEwDiscovErnOUCHScisi OLD tThMBOTfl FRC- EAa OEAHD S4I44NTED 74773FACTORV- I I5TtI Q ej oat to whatever helps giye iithoTOieyLdfly Pills cure kidqey and t tfcwr 44 ptopUyand giv 0ctaol Tcllei t0 elderly people obera4ISHvdos JcII vi tt r It TIJE NEws=LEA iik ii t j 1 S I S ii Good Farm Change Hands The farmers a few miles out oa the i3 1 Rose pike have beln attUvJ D Fburigan sold his farm of 75 ares td Richard Lawson Price private Mr Honrigan boughtjrom J R Hill his farm of 105 acres for 4000 Mr Hill bought a farm pf 200 acres from Lawrence O Daniel for 9000 and Mr ODarnel pur ctiased from Joe R Thomas his farm qf 203 acres bettt known tas the Frank Hill place for 14000 Mr Thomas will move with his family to Daviess county ft here he owns k gpofl farm fossessionineachofabovesalesI is to be given January l nexi Lebanon Falcon A Rellafele MeAiciire Not A Narcotic Mrs J Marti St Joe Mich says Foleys Honey and Tarsayed her little boyf She writes Oiir little boy contracted a severe bronchial hlub1e and as the doctors medicine did not Cure him I gave him Foleys Honey and Tire in which I have great faith It cured the cough as well as thecbokirig and gagging spells and he got well in ashort time Foleys Honey and Tar has many times saved IUs much trouble and we are never without it In the eouse Haydon Robertson i Shakers Close Deal HarrbdaburgiKy Sept 15 Thp Societv of Shakers today closeda dealwith GeorgeB hon president of the Mercer National Bank of this city by which they transfer their magnificent estate of 1800 acres to Mr Bohon for a cash consideration of 5000 aaan agreementioupport and care for the individual members of the society during their na tural lives Of the once large colotfy of ShaTjers there are only fourteen left the youngest of these being seventy vears of age The property is located ati Shakertown Career county and is easily worth 150JOOO Dont BreakDown Severe strains onthe vital organs like strains op machinery cause breakdowns You cant overtax stomach live kidneys bowels or nerves without srio s danger to yourself vIf you are week or rundown or under strain of any kind tike Electric Bitters the matchless tonic medicine Mrs J E Vande San e of Kirkland IU writes That I did not break down while endnring a most sey te strain for three months is due wholly to Electric Bitters Use them and enjoy health and strepgtlT Satisfaction positiv lly guaranteed 50c at Haydon Robertson Goo I Judges and Others Little Frank ahd Laura Hill the bandomboyandgirl babie of MrE Ella Hill who were with their uncle Ifr Walter each man at Springfield last week competed for the premiums in the baby show at the juvenile fair at that place llast Saturday The judges of the prettiest babys under two years old award d tbe premium to Laura and as Frank failed to get the award for ihe prettiest baby two years old and under four we are inclined to loubt the competency of the judges in his case as two preu ier or more attractive little ones it would be impossible to find Lebanon Falcon Mrs Jacob Wilmet Lincoln Ill found her way back to perfect health She writes I suffered with kidney trouble and backache and my ppitite was very poor at times f Aew weeks ago I got Foley Ktdjty Pills md gave them a fiir trirn They They gave me great rclief ocon tinued till now I am again injpeVfet rtealth Haydon ROberts r Two Barns Destroyed Augusta Ky Sept 15 Night riders last night destroyed wo tobacco barns in ifraclcen jounty one belonging to W O i andtJthe6ther oned oy George WjKinney tttBrjoksj11e About fifty masked men ap peared at the Bradford nome about 11 oclock some riding hotieback and others in buggies Jheanimals eing masked alsor The men first fired the large to bacco barn anI then set fire td the stable and corncrib a vaiu ablt horse being con uoed ip lii iIIIrI r stable as well ls aDUmberof buggiesi farm vagons atid fate utensils f The raiders patched the baze until it got under iood jneadway then they started eat toward IBrooksyillej which point was reached shortly after 12 oclpck Thenint raiders then went to the stj re of Allan Moorahead who liyes in rooms above bib grocery and Compelled him to getup and get tbem oil After getting the oil the night rulers repaired to the home of j Mr Kinney removing ta horse and several buggies belonging tto hissons and set the building on fire which was completely consuinedi 91Lewislltakenlromjb I night riders and severely J turnshedouacountof the to Jbacco trouble and the uncle hasj been very bitter in bjs denunci ationof thjse connected with the affair and has not hesitated to express hfthself freely on the subject at all times 3V b Bradford is a member of the Brackein County Board of Control of the Bujley Society and has been one of the solicitors engaged in pooling tHe growing1 crop to the Burley Tobacco Society He las always been Considereda pool man In an interview today Mr Bradford said that he could give no explanation of the burning of his property as he had never received any notices or threats lThe bash of a fiend would havebeen abQut as welcon to iA Cooper of OsW go1N VTas a merciless lung racking cough that defied all remedies for years It was most troublesome at nightowrites nothing helped m until I used Dr Kings New Discovery which tired me completely I never cough at night nown Millions matchless merit ror knovitsj obstinate coughs sore lungs lagrippe asthma hemorrhage croup whoop coughorh fever It relieves quIck- ly and neverl ls to satisfy A trial convinces 60c 100 Trial bottle free Its positively guaranteed by Haydon Robertson Prominent Farmer Dead 1 Squire R G Mayes died at his home at Kirkwood Mercer coun ty Toursday afternoon at four oclock of a complicated stomach trouble He was for a number of years a resident Qttiscounty and lived at Ashbrook coming from Willisbarg Washington county He waS tWice married first to Miss Crouch to whom two sons Edgar and Oscar of this county were born Fe was again tnarried 10 Miss Ktte Orossfield sister of J L and Matt Crossfield To them were born nine children siy boys and three girls who with his last wife survive him He was a prominent Mason and was a Past Master of B aver Creek Lodge He also took great In nterJin politics havinf serv ed f6rseveral terms as magis trtefrotn the Chesher Vfagis terlal district He removed to fercer county about six years ago and was a prominent farmer in the Kirkwood cominucity The remains were buried satur- day afternoon at Willisburg his former home Salvisa Masonic Lodge of which he was a mem ber at the time ot his death officiating assisted by Beaver Creek Duncan and Willisburg LodtesAuidersoii News 4 Man of Iron Norve Ih omit Jl will and treidendous en ergy are never found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of or ar It you want these qualities and the euccess they bring use Dn lUngs New Life Pills the matchless reguiattvrs slfor Keen brain at1Jl strong 25o bodyat Iliydon Robertson Danville Man Sentenced t Dariville KJSept 16Int- he Circuit Court today J F Hazelwood was lined 1000 and given a jail sen ance of two years Thomas Lohgo was fined 1000 aiM sentenced to one year Clarence Hazelwood was fined 250 The fir tHazelwood ope fates a hop jointrora near beer station and the stand was formerly conducted by Lou go Mrs Williams will carry a special line of suits and skirts strictly man ttaulqd Come in and cee them wuthryou buy or not 1 Deplorable Accident s Mr Carey Cissel a worthy citizen of the caunty living aboutI three miles from town on fhe New Haven pike imet with a frightful accident when on his way to town on Friday of last week When near the residence of Mr John Firtn in the out skirts of Bardstown the team he was driving became frighten ed at a moter cycle ridden by Mr Cornelius Moore and rat away throwing Mr Cissell from the wagon tb1priDgseato the air and aribflr by bill or elevation on the roadside Mr ICissell was Tound in an un conscious condition but soon re vived and was taken to nis home where he is dOingVeJl and most fortunately no s ri9us results are apprebendedT The injuries consis ea of bruises and cuts about the head and face I o blame is attached to Mr Moore who immediately upon seising the animals were becoming frightened dismounted frorii his wheel and walked past the team guiding the meter Cycla by hand and it was not uptil he was well out of the way that thet runaway occurred Bat ds own Standard r Who r 1eU Wins When the medicine you take ures your dlsease Jbone s uPlour s stem and makes you feel better etr nger and more vIgorous thanbsfore That is whatFoley Kidney Pills do fc r you in allccwcs of backache slec pless ness and general weakness t at is caused by arty disorder of the ki iney or bladder llaydqri Robert on IJCALEB POWERS Defeats Congressman Ed wards for the Republican Nomination in the Eleventh London ySept 45Byt- he decisive majority of more than 7t00 votes Caleb Powers defeated Congressman Don C Edwards for the Republican nomination foe Representative from the Eleventh Congressional District of Kentucky in a primary election heldvtoday At tbe headquarters of Congressman Edwards in thin city It was conceded early tonight that Pbwers had carried all but four of the nineteen counties whiShcoraprisQ the nistrict Ed wards carried only Laurel Bell Pulaski and Perry counties Congressman Edwards is serv jug his thijd term Powers who defeated him for renominationv tnude luis race upon an appeal to The voters af the district to give him the nomination as a vindi ii tVIImi tVII Powers who was Secretary of State at the time of the assassination was confined In jail diir eight years His first three trials resulting in convictions and the fourih in a disagreement Last yelar Gov Willscn swept the curt records clear of all of the cases remaining untded in con nection with the Goebel murder by grunting pa dQnsjo Powers and several others Thecampoigi between Powers iI Edwards his been a spectaand cular one and evoked marked bitterness The district has V normal Republican majority of upwards of 20 000 Paralyse Stroke iMrs Gillie sowan ngdr lady formerly of this place now rssiding in Chicago Ills suffer ed a sjbroke of parlvsis of the tongue Wed neduiy of last week The physicians pronounc d the3j Ihestroke temporary ati nouncement of ilris afiiiction isI sad news to Mjs Unselds many 1Idevoted friends in her old home tovnBardstown Standard DRYSwiNf In Election ContesLIhLeb anon Ejection Declared J Void ifc h The local option contest which has occupied thetime an3 attn tion of a large number of the citizens of this community and has been generally discussed for several wee Irs is ended insofar as the Marior county court is cO WednesdyIafternoon tfiebutestboard Cow posed of Uudge A P Carter and magistrates George Mbttingjy and J C Beayen declared the election void and of noeffect The contest case was called Monday afternoon and Judge Carter and Magistrates Mattmg ly and Beaven were present and heard arguments oran hour or so on the question as towhether the board had jurisdiction to try tile contest The question then a ose us to the right of Squire Beaveu to be a member of the oseltoA Fowler Squire Boaveri va wasI wastCJafternoon Jadgo Carter and Squire Muttingty took tne oath required by law and adjourned When court convened Tuesday afternoon Judge Carter announced ihat Squire JFovpler was not iu ttte county arid that County Clerk Sam J Spading had been cal ed out of the coun ty and that he had notified Squire Beaven tore turn The oath of office was administered to him and the trial proceeded It ri qi vred Oiue time Ho read thu pittuuigst in the cusc owing to the lact ihdtt they contained not only the statements reliodon by the opposing sides but in some instances arguments to strengthen same JThe deposi uJnti of tliip witness s were also long and chert were a number of them The case for the con testants was concluded prior to adjourl1mentTaesdayanernoon Ou Wednesday the proof for the contestees was read and the remainder of the day ivenlo the arguments by the attorneys Messrs Ben Spalding S A Russell and Finley Snuck spoke for the contestees and Messrs L S PtiuceanU H WEliveS for contestants Thernain grounds on which the contestant or udrysl relied was that the order culling the election was entered on the same day on which the petition asking the election Was tiled and therefore theelectiou was void and of no effect The conten tion of tbe cOl eslces or wets8 regularIlYin same would cure any irregu larity if it existed They fur ther contended hat the contest proceedings had not been ourtIbutcircuit court They also con Icontended that the notices of contests were insufficient in not thoconItAfter hearing proof and argti ments the judges retired to the jury roorn anti in arfeAv minutes iunanimously agreed that the election was void and of no effect upholding the contention of the drys Bond wits executed and the case appealed to the Circuit Court yesterday afternoon Lebanon Falcon r Notia I All persons indebted to Hen theIoffice of Marshall Duncan and settle the accounts without fur ther notice P F Hen nessy Tonic Or Sti i1IuI BaIJ1 andalstimulantstimulant Steady progress day by day toward perfect t health thats a tonic Ayers Sarsaparilla iis a tonic a strong tonic The only Sarsaparilla entirely free front g alcohol Do not stimulate unless your doctor aY5 sOR He knows Ask him Do as he says JcAyr Co alltWMJ4- Constipat1 the one great cause of slckheadach biliousneSs ftltlIftj fti Bteath debility nervousness Has your doctor ever recotumenda AyreIO u4- 1J MterWood j H IMr Elizabeth Meuter1 of of Louisville and Mr Glen 0Wood were janietly marrielc in Louisville on Thursday last Sept th Mr Wood 4s well and mOst favorably known intbi his home community and his Mends cdngratulatfi the young coupe and wish them a long life of prospery and Joy They will reside 1ft Almyra Arlransas where lr WoOd cquducts a thriving business as Druggist Bardstown Standard Mr Wood is well and favora bly known iinSpring6ed having formerly been engaged in the drug businessrhere j Fbleys Honey and Tar is il safe and effective medicine for children ts oribarwfuley8 Honey aha Tar id the yelow package Haydon Hobertson PUBLIC SALE r Haying rented my farmUJ on the premises at F edt ricks town In Thursday September 29 beginning at 1 oclock pm offer forsale to the highest bid der the following property Three milk cows and calve one a Jersey3 yearling steers yearling heifers 1 sjp with pigs 2 sows due to pig Octobe 12 1 pu roc boar 1 9vearol mare in foall to Jade Bill Goetel five y alold mare Vm foal to same 1 aged familyj mare ir foal tu Jack 1 7yeajjjold mare safe and a gojd driver and not afraid of an automobile 1 4year od sorrel mare iu foal to Hark neyhorse1 9yeay old mari breii to horse 2 nice til ly colis 1 2 yearlingihorse colts 1 suckling mule colt 2 8year old work mules t5 good stock eves 1 fir year riltUJentiet in foalto Mackin Gibbs jack 1 3year old jennet in foaL Fields jack 1 yearling jennet t 9year old jjennet with jack colt a lot of baled nay 100 bushels sballed oats 1 riding cdltivatbr jjumping shovels 2 double shovels lbreaking plow 1 farm agon 1 corn crusher 1 fabacco frame plow aear etc TERMS All sums of 10 and under cash Over that amount on a credit of V6 months noteI with good personal security and 4bearing 6 per cent interest will be required Jv T MONTGOMERY S M Campbell Auctioneer tanding it may be either acute or chronic out whatever it Is Foleya Kidney Remedy will aid you to get rid jof it quickly and restore yoi r nayiral health and vigor One bot tle of Foleys kidney Remedy made me well said J Sibbulli of Grand View Wis Commence takingj itat Haydou Robertson t Dancea hi vtciMV An undsunl scone was once witness ed In n French law court the elY tribnnnl nt Nuntes The proprietor ot a local thentfr bad engaged n young lady dancer whose performances at rehearsals dill not cone tip tobl cx pectations He therefore would not let her nppear stud the fair dancer took union apiiust him for breacu ot cHiirraitt Th defcMduut alleged that l htid 1IIittlI learned the first steps of tier art antI here tiding a plaIn- isith111I Jndjtr determlne to decldf Col JUuiself A space was ulCordlngli- CorthwIt1itleurtl1ou the floor ofJJhel court and In these unusual surroundX lugs the young lady duly wenttbrougtv tier steps and Illrouutl lugs Iin the re suit tire jlago felt Justified In certify lug thnt she was quite un expert dan cer uud decided the base In her favor Henceforth she advertised herself as the only dancer In the country with a legal ccrtiflcate of proflclencyLOn- don TitBits Pqpts and Dogs 1oets havqlalways ioed dogs Jn this ports and boya resemble each oth er Walter Ravage Laudor was de voted to his dog Glallo imd Byrbns epitaph upon his dog Boatswain we nil rcmembpr To niark a friends remains these stones arlsr never liai but one and there ho lies Cywpor vas very fond of his dog und weUuqw how Clujriw I4 nib who ward n prose ppMf v HlhW Dash and how Mrs Browning appreciated the tulle Flush to whom site tJndlted u poem The Etrlci Sharttebitry kept lhiiuble tollle In his library with him linIl tirais and SamUel r ROgcrs nl ways walked out with his dog Scott dwllnrd an lnvltti lou to dinner when his log died sjiytujr that he xogld not accept on Ulilllt1t f the t7los8 ofan1 old fiKndSSU limes Gazette r Th3 Sacrifice j Mrs UlifilVlKlr 8 ornfujiyfjr wlnt5t tJhtnwr lirnliis Kerdlnnnd In jieadAtVf sip muih tnoutjv lVrdln il- tIlimd1hllf lidHite dtnr Uui tooknhlit f lianii1ett fhffilllU1Vlddw t O sUBL OOA- v71 KENTUCKY i Lightning Kills Man I Tuesday afternoon Wifliim l Hawkins a respected colored tman of this place was instantly killed bv liglftning near Kirk wood With several other met he was engaged in butting Umber 1for Mr E N Forsythe on the place of 33 Norlon when a se vera electrical storthcame up Hawkins 4uat n King anpther colored man and Mr Nortoni started to the Jattfers h seto escape the storojall of them walking in a bunch when abolit of lightning struck Hawkins He was irying a crbss ctjfc saw on his should and it is thought tbatthisattra theHghtning Alt of the men were shocked andii King was knocked td his knees but was otherwise uninjured Hawkins remini were brought to his home in this place Tues fOIIbwe4onThursday Herald s f I CURIOUS COLOR NAMES There War0ncian Extensive Group of Flea Shades Puce wbleti vasrifor a long tlniP the name glveifjiii exciPillhgly popnlar hue Is v hlultrauslu etj from tht Frenchjsimply flin It nptarstbit the atcldeutar 4tdiIllsitiit ut a tiea at n cfiurt festivity lirKntnrv iud the subsequent disinviry unit nij ure nf lh uninvited jihesl pivo rkv 10 H host oi jokes and niiecdofls and so a new c61 or wns Jocularly named Iu the Insect honor Indeed there wasan extensive group of floq shades old Utiu young flea fleas foot lively lira nail others Puce which was a kind lof drabj Is still fanilllar to ibe rendIng public tbrougb its frequent mention hi litera ture drama and letters of noted per swinges In therpast Few of us however know anything of the following colors eacb of which was a favorite In Its day and as fa mlilnr to the speech of fashionable la tIltS and gentlemen us are the cerise old rose etc Of our own time Here Is a littles Ilstf theta t Marathon blue drooping popnygreen df the Oreads triumph ut AHtutsfci robe of iuw brIdal blush canarys tall merry huTiter flying chaff dol phln about ttif dlettliuqderHond Inno cent Infant cntt rf lIar brown rutting hci e ClnileivIJa russet snioluj of suvius pearl Cupids penitent feather hermIt captains gloryF J bosutlfuL savage jimbnshcd wild beast rose ot Eden faithful shepherd woary travelers shoe agltatinl nymph and dream of the beloved out pint Exchange SLIPS IN WRITING Curious Blunders Made by and Correspondents RepertrfI Every once In awhile Teachei comes forward with a list of ludicrous nilstalcp made In composi Lion by her Infant IiTbe tot lowing laughable reaks were not inade hy school children but by newspaper reporters and correspondents Writing Is tbelr business bur they often make ridiculous mistakes in the haste of catching an edition Inn story Llboutaf mad dog scare on Staten Island the reporter wrote Pull etnan Jones drove the dog Into am bush and killed It Theheudof a prominent Wall street house In telling about tho action of tbe directors Af a certain company was quoted as sayiigAIt came like a cannon hail out of a clear sky The report of the result of a damage suit Carmlnji imiwni was warded lnJureHflclyNI coinprtny Tht from a jlrooklyn rtlortrflttrlvd in iMid htol life by suIHde fills ClIIIcJir have JiuJ dUp to an trr ir iviuvxrlUng Th jrlrlyatc aif liihd ub tylhiIt tvtr rorrlsliLludtut in tsnt1l itotvnYn fiig Islyntl ivlcliiillv Inhnrlnj iimlpr fcttrttfSiUTtiUMit wmh MrKOi arjr K IMsuik wns tlie iHToliH of tb Itot- ot4ttt Shy played iKK rdt u hose nit n burning barn In further fr rlniIiSt bittzp lit saldrbe flames wcllt- fHo fiirious environment New York Yurld ftouJ E9 AiHatched in Chins Ttt tChlnu 1tlrJuu method of iitiiljlnU eggs Firstt theeggs eco il It tiers In n large thnaettwtce- t Ire of nn ordinary barrel which lt- tti4tv llnwt with hay and carefully Hta front the silr by n tight fitting cnvfr nt iwIstedstriiw In three days tim thetggs aiv taken out and re iniit In a different order those ho urfureltl1tg put In tbpllower tier Tills Is repeated every third day torn or night uhcn the eggs are rpmoveilttrout tluHinsker and placed on a shelf In nnuhcr tim Iwuitf carefully cov ered wUh bran Yn n day or two the chickens chip the shells and make- their appearance Ittfb the world The success of this method is attributed to the fort that ttie nnlmal hPatof the egg being retained by the bftsket XvhJcb is fornled of uilerlal not con ducting caloric lis snnfuient to support animal life and develop IfDetrok Free Tress V to I i tA ftyIArJKing Edward VII was svec At loss for qukk sultabIiuiswr OM tiny lie Wits cpminy 1Ut1iind 1ItrMt corner oil one of WsjwMcal umlkR In r ndou when bV c nWeil with s very stout p wpu who MPC lighted did not ccoute tbs kiag took hint yj the lap4 ewtrg- a aE hlflfatOIIUe- J D9 yi Mq tW jrateinatbAtiW aeilmr otthl London ciicll tY Oil Liil i GTtt BrNk 1ijk B i f Iit J LEBM4oPrornThe Yalco Dn Dally 80 yer V ri a died at his hoaie ar C Friaif fcdriin of inflr- mcldfent toodg Thifi services and inter n nt Chicago Saiurdy i His aged wife swrvivei Deceased was an k gie V working man He Vwifail were born in IrelndISrelttions in thj COun4r formerly lived in LWw Mrs Mary RiehraoBd f iestimable youpgSyears of age anitjfSRichnnud died itThejrjioa this cty Sunday iIigfitof aumption Tfirfaiiijjal were iJondticfcj4 at 8tiA tinss termQnt was in St Augai cemetery Decead prir to her marriage was Mia Mary Oissell of Ray wict 8jwlw lyivedfby hef htisbiBd and L child Vjar Mrs Vefgfe Gabon wft WMr William Uah3 d xl M itair hcmejiearHoly Groia Tai iip5morning ofc puerperal 1i J rhe funeral services mere h Jd at the Holy dross chtfreli iby Rev Father Zi1ler W Ai 1 day raornhig and iiitertnM 1 7 til the burial groipat ttHttJ place Deceased yaf Jji ffi of Nel on Qpuritjr BlMirjBjsj highly esteemed joBf wn ii23 years of ageSMrs Mary Matt pgly wile Mr E A MattibglT did r her hOme in the GalTWri borhood Monday afWrii I cclpck follctiring M ill s complication ofSceasedSathiughter of th s Mr iobia ti Jarfaoe She wai 1ieL1Sknown and numWr l ishs1 friends all who knew IMJT funeral tservJces wer eoily Rev Father McDooad Onivary on Wedaey iriIand interment was ia t1p CSOjItery there 1bao4tiircfOrsi Chautauqu Aiociioti a I held at tile Mari Nii6ank Friday I 44i i dnamimouslyd4d5one day jphautauqui oa ftaOctober 15 Cojimltees were appoiiti Arrange a Btroof ud MW program wfiibii will be a ed as soon as coip4 t dU Every one iutre rted in tS Association iarequMtaii bobs the meeting that aa 1mi ci owdmajr tt d vtHlaLv4i Y All thought Id I Myktliir writes J A SwenseB pfWaAer w Wb Ten sears of colcaia 4 t U doctors could wt cure t iiiit1 laid inc up TlI BIiCICISI s Salve curl iotDdalWi vrftt a fallible n eruftioos JW k SaitbeHums Scalds Cuts zd eL Jfcc itHay don Robert soa I 4I Word corawr fremBOIWB of the dwiUi of of iLr Jdbn D Bll ilLknoai Ii TB e coumty the yong a i dying of lnjri rOiY14 dyriatingin tbe rWasi t eektqo hs fis M hirrid to IH hpijiltll i given carefil at1saio not withse 0ding upa tbi opesRue Cat Hrd WANTOpOA1 azine requires hIA1reprefcfnUtiTe tH wWMn a us ly to look afUr rt eripllo newalaifcad id txtcd dtitl os by special weUweU wtri li proycjl BDMUAllj a 0 Salary ad aiiuIo stt Otis experics dirsbs oi Vbo4aMae5frp ie Addre h fayi II C Ooioj ltu- 44iia I7reiiy ew York CtI7Sb 10 tMk eiw DtSV1NbSI IR- 5t IS j Qhil gjt r TITTI TIii I VH JJ14I SPR1NGFIEL PvLfa4TRPau1LY AU5LlS JPIPLN 1rjl upsUjJi1tuJ U i 1 Pr44y1sept 110 t 110 IYkba dd With igp 1m dt iw d name thMe i Jf isveotwq made this g jr IJ1OOtleement i eQ USbll die The fiat 1 sIkas hisxoabte Ad YIt t iili r M w art with its grim rap titioG nor iU cer jt aaa rob it of its sting or r rr d J vti lrkTBy Uryi With l1 lte liMilatioM our lift is iMk T rc1ethw exercise kriroL Jilt U not today riotfl 7W1 and that but dim iI l1w dlvii the menirigof- k IY Ittecbis the value leKIe It aolemaly eajbios BJKMI r ytUUM1 w muMfttivellf J iiii1 dianottobe thec t siliaaiua11P Any c1eth pKch s that M ini the daath of Mr MITiibBiWet of thispaper ate I iwfertcioMlyI touched He was Its r fjilbVfcr 15 years its columns Thay WMin filled with his own eMldbatlons He was our fel- iSSet workerrlii was our friend tj7W kBreif hm because bewasoir- tnii d And his death to us a- ptcsoMl inspiration An iinTtUd for years with a dktM for which he lcnew there i 1 1wiijw reciad j he yet had cour aIo1ivehi1ifeandtodO hid tp a wirk What more is asked than itbja service without complaint Tits world accounts i heroism to dWrWheq duty demands but to pitobattle with disease and f4not nor lose ithth do- C eeh days duty as it comesto Jks1ife Mitis and make the heitcf Itthu is more heroic 4 atm Aa editor her never Allowedl pMjftioQ to rule him nor did he u look PoP a paper merely as a A Isof exploiting his personal opMions He did not hesitate to j jlijid his influence to any cause tht Commended itself to his yr jitigment and conscience andyet hefwas considerate of those who t dii not share his opinion A preltsatiji4ndependent in politics bleared more 1or a mans fitness thii forli party name and no jiHtIngIirom his pen ever ap- Pfftied to predojice or ignorant p 4MioM He his left us arecord- ofZfaithsssudf of conservatism that Ita wortir preserving and ifj p a Mas life is to be ineasuredj notftbiavch by the extent of its ii Inf meooe as by the character of laiiMtt iinflaence his life was not b lavaiL r 2 iiLitseyr t inMrsHn h Noe and children b rJtrnei1tothelr home in- fCJimhia after a weeks visit tp Mr loud Mrs so VanArsduie j Mrs Carlisle dlelUnd and cbiMren are vsjtingMr J F GregorS ir Mr Torn Kelly of spring- 1 ieklIi visiting his brother Mr jWili Kelly t v i I rzJMI Nannie Thompson re timed home Weinefcday after a a visit with yelativerf jhere It MiMElJzaDeth Iiogsdon will a sp4t th Week end with Miss a ZmIBoisi ii1 i M Addle Cox visite lI1erJI 1ebria Louisville S tarday uaaayMlsVe1tera J U 9dletwai the q pMtjf Yra J I Martin Fri ayntghi Jjr Mtg J I Martin- lIJMMtft with Mr and Mrs W Lf y Io- j illAb1 visitedfrs tTboapioiMonday night bisriiPIespbtirg Ky F Et wLnI ae yOLe cuten dy up stsw ot f better roiuger- sdor vffous to4e1tThat- I tI wak rJqneYPills do lqyoua- Uitaees ofbacache a4pkN aDd ipweral wea1it lM y ri teJ Ray Robefa PUBLIC SALE As the attorney for Httnry Pfiyis and Blanche Johnson I will on loiday September 26 Gointy Curt day at 2 oclock p my or thereabout sell at public thaifollowlDgA certain lot situated on the IJorth side of High street in the city of Springfield Washington County Ky and described and bounded as ollows beginning at a point on High street corner to Mary Spalding thence wIth High street in an Easterly direction 45 ft 10 inches to cornet oftbe remairider of the lot sold to Sue Spalding by Palmer Grundy theiice with the i ect corneroIRmafet thence with Grundys line 45 oft 10 j inches to corner of Mary 6p ldipgs tine thence vith her line230 feet to the bein ning TERMS One half cashl e mamder la six months ncte bear ing interest with lien upotf iarfd to secure payment t CiaybrrokejBlanche Johnson Pleasant Grove A f Mr and MisEeJ Jane Qf Springfield spect Sunday with Mr end Mrs Tom Baker Mesdarnes Emma Baker Matt tieDragoo LilzzieTReed Sallie Gregory Bertha Leachman ad Miss Sue Edgington were tie guests of Mrs J ulio Leachman Friday Mrs Jennie Meyers of Dan vi lie and Mrs May Martin of Springfield spent Sunday night and Monday with Mrs Sallie Gregory Mrsbave Sweeney of Ta lorsville Mrs H nry Whileman Mrs Jessie Tbomasand MrsAj Jj Whiteman of this place dined with Mrs J S Yankey Thurs day Mr John Dennis and family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Albert Masters Mesdames Julia Leachman Emma Baker Bertha Lchman and Miss Sue Sdgingtbh yere the guests of Mrs Minnie Reed Thursday J Mrs Kate Ljtsey visited her daughter Mrs Mary Martin near Litsey Friday Miss Margie arahamisf spending this week yith M1pi Ellen Gregory Miss Francis Litsey spent Sunday at Tatham Mr J S Leachman has re opened bisbJackmithshop with Mr Frank Borders as smith I PUBLIC SALE beginning at I oclock p m Oh our farm 5 miles from Springfield on the Valley Hill and Springfield turnpike we- winoffer for sale to the highest bidder all of our partnership stock towit Wednesday Septemberr28 22 head 1100 lb steers 20 head yearling teers 1 registered Shorthorn cow and calf registered Shorthorn heifers 1 extra Shorthorn Bull 1 Jersey Cow and Calf 50 head extra g Southdown Sheep 2 yearling Sbuthdowri Bucks 35 75lb shoats f sow and 9 pigs 2 registered Duroc Sovfa and pigs 2 sows duet pig Octjober 1st 2 thoroughbred Duroc Boats ready for seryice Poland China Boar 3yearold mare mule 2 4 yearold horse mules 1 mule colt 1 6 yearold mare in foal to jack 10year old mare in foalto jack a safe driver nice 2yearold gelding 1 blind mare TERMS All sums of10 and under cash Over that amount on a credit of 6 months note with good ersonal se curity arjd bearing 6 per cent interest will be required GODDARD GRUNDY AND SISTER S M CAMPBELL Auctioneer Goddard Grundy Sister For Salle or Rent My farm conUiqing about 118 acres Jgbod dwelling tenant house 3 good barns good or Ahard well watered This i boo bfth bet tobacco farms in the county Plenty of goodland for all kinds of crops For further particulars call on P DEURINGEU I ffI 1 Where Ears Qrow Sharp A French balloonist has recorded the clearness with width sounds coining from the surMqe of the ground cap Ue heard tIt high altitude At the height1 of 5000 feet the rlQSbitfnf horses hoofs on a Jii rd rondf was clearly audlblp At 4000 feel the splashing snumY ninile iby ducks InIt pond was littml Tin barking of dos and the crusting of cocks could he heard ntsoveu grpf ht thousand feet These sounds illIHt nit dtimniTb a white floor of cloud that hid the eart- hfromslghtrsnys rinrpfrs Weekly In the perfect silence the nlrtbeln vesticpitor was stnrtled by what seem ed stealthy footsteps rlos utiinhil It wits ascertained that this noise was caused by the stretching olf the ropes and the yielding of the silk as the bal loon contInued to expand A Synonym Being a printer Mr Dash said the hotel proiiriotor maybe you can ndvlse IPe I want to get a sign paint d Writing Room Free tb Our Pa trons or something like that dont like patronssilld Mr Dash No MaybeI that Doesnt sound jusf tight What wouJd you suggest Victims Philadelphia Ledger Lucky One Way Jnckson Your dnuRhtii plays on sevenr lustrufneiith Atiin youre InckyJ Iroiiche often think si when I consider the number of Jnstru ments ther ure Chicago News The Right Solution iThe reason why newly wedded men are called u Benedicts is heeauge they are supposedpn marriage to gIve uP nil Uie bad habits to which hey have Ueiedicted Lippiticotts Ambition Is but avarice on stiltsand mafekeilLandor LAWNS 12 l2c 7 l2c Check 1c cl2 12c 15c 7 1 Cotton 6 12cI J McElcoy Wharton Real Estate Agents We have in our hands for saTe the following described property all of which we will be glad to show anyone that wishes to buy property I r 100 Farm containing Il5 acres l well located good six room dwelling tenant house and barn price 4000 101 Farm of 180 acres 5 room dwelling house 2 barns price 32 per acre 102 Farni of I77i acres Smiles from Mackville 103 Farm of 135 acres seven and one miles from Springfield good tenant house apd two barns mostly in grassT price 70 per acre 106 Farm 45 acres good hQusearid barns good randand well fenced Price 4500 107 Farm 170 acres located 5 miles from Springfield Ky small hoysje stock and tobacco barn well fenced and watered PSlce6dpcr acre 108 Farm 170 acres one mile from ifackville well improved in every way lays well and in a high state of cultiva tion Price 12000 109 Farm of 84 acres 6 miles fron Springfield small house and good barn 40 per acre 110 Farm 170 acres 2l miles Tom Springfield 5 room dwelling small stock and tobacco barn and newly fenced Price 45 per acre 111 Farm 140 acres 3 12 miles from Springfield niee dwelling and barn all lays well newly fenced and mostly in grass Price 57 50 per acre 112 6 room frame cottage 2 acres of land nice little barn and other outbuildings located 12 mile from Spring field Price 2200 213 Farm of 206 acres 712 miles from Springfield 16 per acre The First GintbmariA- Vtio Was tin tirgeutIetnPIl TI Print uf INrint linn Iwi pro sniiiii d innS lint ittiyi uwrinlp t frtStiyvV omit Aii rijiiu jt loJohn Bu1 I- slulltIt r wc nll tnutieiuin du dtl c1 JtCl ICvtK tt Jhl uf tIti I lull jifjtfmi tovter to ltoe 5JflftItt i Ut wrhtJtrii1NSn tiitt ttrr iIahtini 14nttrrIa 1wntt it mlCl iiit gIn IJ4 ttuftis fi thitqs fl t lifi t il rt iIb wa tbi1tfliul1wl t Ht ittfiliQI ttt1i itIll fJI 11 t1IIk d- rt st4lut t fLJdC iin- tt n hlulIdh Oust the Olkr Vay- HudriitJ lliifiliu vuts bijce vlsltlny nt tRtItiIe at hkh Miss Ihr- Jlb nrc fltulq4 rinhtIthLgJe- r 1rc flaUsf ijtvtU4ii h1tkgIrlz tIo joItnr111 SheArris seftt ciiJllIto tfcr 1Ml1eH whh tId1a Htguisbfil Miulior ICiller when till other fjrowutp Mi jHl tllMij little MJtfs Dorothy rcr lIJ hopy yoii ll lift Jiprp Mr Klftlg V j4 t lIUt he bofwl me frlelitfijljy wns tliV r iilyIWait a Bit ttii stIonU hen flojv kink nJn IfttsoinoltiMly ord r tlitollHi Iwlfr Vr cant po out kilt Imlf litJwkJ1I- hdu lfl5HtIt Flirtation Vfmt rpallv coiistftni Rfcid tlio yoimt9 iiiHulof ilip wtftnan of I liV world AltciitJon without luientlon re ailed ilie cxpcri nciKl liIrJrnPs t I JI 1 i F= OR 1O 7HYgil I For the next 10 days we willmake prices on all Summer and Medium weightgoods regardess of costI= = ILt III I- OJIOTHING i t v l fIMens j f I WCAAMens 20OO and Art Knickerbocker DOO ff18OO suits 12l UU and 900 splits V UU Mens I65O and IAAA iKnickerbockers 800 c AA 1500 suits IIy vU arid 700 suits V UU 1 Youths 1500 and Knickerbocker 600 37 tti1250 sUits and 5JDOsuitsv S Special Prices on all Spring Weight Pants f r GINGHAMS AND IiI Glngharpf Ginghams lOci14 Ginghams 7 1Apron and Lawns if2c tte1flhItIg tQhoi a fltI4XItt1Plfk1bned fliHHtfoBV EMBROIDERIES 65and 50c Embroidery 35c 35cand 30c Embroidery 20c 25c and 20c Einbroidery 15c1 f 25c and 20c Laces 15c 1212cand lOc Laces 712 l jLowerVTttitsLaceCurtainsWe are alsbshowing at specially fr low prices new goods in i Clothing Dress Goods Shoes and Furnishing Goods i I I I GUNNTNGFJflM DUNGN 11- Ih 44 rtu = w iiPublic Sate O- FJlu ble 1LJ Sto I On the farm of L r Thurman in the edge of Spring field Ky wewill sell to the highest bidder the following Live Stock on Oct het tst Registered Cattle t MulelMares i Eleven headof Registered Angjiia 4 bot1ule Mate in the county tvo CatteJp 9lu nif 8 Bullsl of them threQyeor od3 by County JerseysI l Member 30 head high grade Jersey lei qrall jj Jacks and Mules bred to vdry fine Registored Bull r y j someRegisteredr Several registered Saddle Mares and rlj HogS the best bred registered Stud Colt Red r t Bird ever sired about 40 purebcdDurQc Jjersey Gilts Lunch Served at jl am Sale promptly at 1130 j STERMS20 and undercash Qver 20 six monthS tinte interest from date with good personal security pajra ble inreither bank V Js will be un absolute sale of everything puYv up without any sort of bybidding V Thurman Peterf L Sunshine with Tempest and Suiisjine at Opera House iRMidaSetembr 23 11 ArMN MA rATION TheMMtCuriv EujppeSn War That W EVUr 1aged 1lj IKJYt fiftofew Knrvjieaa war ever WHfid wiwja Ibt sbtesllth cetitury bet ttwlvj of lite rtffornmtioiJ and the reutkuqiimv was Varied on sinsk liandeti 1rlefweeI ftro and sir1 yours butWMjfa tatubni t jjativrf of Berlin uml tk Hwtw of Suxjuny who was the must iiim rfui Clermluj prliJce 6T the iH rhKl Tli yittfenVuam wItt Inns KohthMwf ittMl Usa hUJIKtlhUO1 cause of thy qo rrd was tilt of two of his OOJVt In tbc ulfcUfrt territory lie be1b gri i jett of me ekntor of KntwtetlmrK JUlto to get nnlreM its Nil pttHl wjiat its tktjili a perfectly legal uxftcdhmt Rl d de J 8C8ltttl4rlIn t storrIst y aJDMIhltudLlatMllNltutl j3of decinrbi sUtttik18 vwit jwcyt- lgU In the IIIVKUtiW iKfon Ut Hi5 IIII1tlI He Uirttfd ftiusml ewii viiiHX 4 tHploj Hiprwmaricii Bit jfaihhm sfttfe tftezll hliiwflf ttHttitirdf thIotWtintihfI 1was1 fhH pliy TaHMr and after lw had taken tim sHcjSmmU flu lite iwinls lit was eiriViut Mtoft1Mr sct uf IlWtll by twttflMrr sid lhshn enptiiriHl t r J dwuii oic ilw wiMwi sftr stlI IuiI Htt otJrtit whkh grawtid biwi the iMtlBtett awl hmtMnlH dwjth ufi ilie word TIM sioe in jkruaHii the J tstmiiKWit of xll th rortwwfs of Utst ruiiialitK YtMIg infiirter tiitte ForBoiyand Soul tIeeis ctJrkHii iwlv rtlminL ye imbibed Itth Cornbll 5fni ig1het IkIJltfWtthwiliji a spUifK Htitidy person In the cnpncity ofit doctor MuriMOHnnd llPOtIieCIIl Ule imist oen4kIntllv Mett tIn1ltbudrl anil dre liili anU wlgu lie will btt rttjuhvrt to reAd prayers ocwstousHy and to prifaclj a sunnon lItv SuMtlny The reason of this ndYirthWHiKiit te thHt the frfufllv cannot HUJ lougur nlToril the expense afIa cermlu epensvfur thir hdhes8IHJ souls A tfckry wm Ihe jiv TrutIWiliOut rhiii4y twttb lltkatialti Wk k 1tbtt yl44 WO1I4fI itsktj ahn ithe Iioi4 wuid IlrJi WicJtnl It18AIt it 5ii ii hi J4 Iiavtu4ffllft nrhIftir tell whchI n 41IkI R itt ktW- hhiIt 1OiFlMJ J1i I1ffrnco 15fiI IIRJustir tu it i dis wwn 5iuIta Wt4 urijCii hI own fiull lIs ilik lit ntber IIttft frw lwisins- lwwChlln I 1te4ord UcruId- fOt 1 tdn1tcs is grt11er flut- tltt 4 anti till hrrtlf y of iV nre rar Jhuu nil ftrJ1lU1l LTurl1 t i i7ATHE ASKED THE tfftlE tA Question and Answer That Changed j a CJks Position now alUm clorkH nwHSyre up to the tilamlMnl of the voun bookkeeper in this story train iltuiwu Life He was totnitloyud In the ImsHtiiBcr department eta grunt rnllrcMKl It WitS just n little bpfbra luncli Soineof ttlio clerks ven putting oil tthtir coals sonIC leaving for Uv washroom vorMe eolIsIIlIng tlu clo1k soiutf wer tlt Ibusy suddenly atbhJt111myoungbookkeeper ttflmt time Is 1 he asked rrht yowiiR uHIdctJat ontur1ngnntI bndJkhtAtnUythto o4ttt ktitatl Ir sur to Itl tth v4iltt 1 lila itlmw- t b yur ll4LtIIft were you Sfa 1iitg tonW Itt nskd ItN 1JqUJrtd lie ttiutIint was- nII laId t5A others 1h lOkepJ r xlliiktdl r rist lociqeiljhe Ikc cioclr frg Un n1iutit u It aldutdh 4rsnkii SkI he M r iflftff vltc ttf Int It out Thst rDlltrlib eoet Jhc young ottlIAt l bighertfleep untb IIdJiK tine Nine xetf54f hater IH tt nti1otiuit genera- l4i4ftftr1th4I l whitk1 fn ht Ihlr fot jjit ffll manager full Ucttt1 1 fiIPID STORY WRITING A B ait Tltt DtiapJiade a Warjof i aW ti HiatiU FHC itkityof wltlon the prize nGu S SoWjkrt HiUHt bv Mutinied t Alsailtef Dumas wbodhd l with oyer 3000 book tu lilt trtdlt in iLar whkli luH1 SOft sur Attttrdfitk to Mr- Ar V1 lP iiviihEin of his blojt raIthVltc often twdarttl tbatwt whi oiku It e hid murtMd dUlit his tnlml the irhllut of s lntfllrtt jrfiy tb w r1iW I iratkmhlv aeeotimiilIlliod- stn tn nifttIIf It imrmiemItel- a ifl1httys1viuiI pirorslwdmo fait itfkcitiiiiW4 ttrnW Smie dji 4IPIUMItbIi5tttP litl 8n wager DUMtMs In W 1JcIW rlM ptttu of Ute ClIwijht r ih MwHwi IWU np of wbfch In iMirf tyfltt wrtMvn word anti njtin P 4f too loul c bIfhJtit Wttt4 tIrt vulpine r bSslayil ht sv5 54 hOHtt Th- epluaftwirit tit fsiird by Jltx it l rou tU bi5a4 tach liMltitniitR c1rtth14j ttlU5Ifld wicb- lfcf ttfry Utt rtt h sixtxsl hou- rsiiihad dttue5tlrr1jmn his fair Of wlwft ttdiMll lUftgjeuraV lv nn ernslons 4lu lwwfUt nrtt six bouts reJont1un Chronicle Lu YIturJ t 1Imlih lattr uat- ttma t1i n Jlhlll ttr1ISii StS TjUtuf dr legion 1- hu r di Ii r ngc r ij inrUlfLlliI SALE 1 1 L it SS i 4 imsbprmgfii rr 2If Thursday Ootobor 6tlfi t i j iS ATIQ OCLOCK A Mt 1 5j lil ta + o Af lir p Ji lThree 4rycarolImules V 2 push rakes t 2 3year old horse mules 1selftlurapirake 2year oldmare mulesS 4 2horse wagons 1lJJt iShearling mare mules X 1horse wagon ff1 3 year old horse i Wheat drill with ertlir1 2year old hore I attachment 3 brood mnr s and coltS V v Qorn drill WIth ferlill tatta 4it ttl HV g orchardjr2registered y f1 registered Shqrthornbull v 1 hew Cider Mill J t tIjTeglstered Shorthorn heifer 4 hayfmmesj Jri3 grade cows f l disc harrow v L 1 Jersey cow f 1 roller X VJ 0 1 l12year old steer 1 cam cutter WT l i 2yeariingsteer8V 2 scrapers j dt i 4 grade calves ibuggyW viv i l 2 jerseyj heifers Siseedinghair6wV J t 4 brood sows 2 cutting bo eSjto I 1 1 Poland China BoOr 2 pair wire stretchers r i 42 feeding hogs lOO to 200 lbs ldiJ1Pin tank 1nw Case Separator 28x50 Wind 1 Runabout f i stacker and feederPlows tools etc r 51 1 hew Case Engine 15 horse power 150 tons of hay t r i 1hay JMtle17x22S l M2Der1ngSmowerB iTthMSAflsums limier IQ s Over thai ounton a eQit of4months with note withgood pewonal security and bearing interest ftite fs sale and due and payable at either bank in Springfield t DINNER OK GROUNDS f- LBURN i T D ENGLISH Auctioneer iiiii ii i V YOU CAN HAt J 5- Warm Rolls Pies Cream El htV r rr5J iandRyeBread d if i v every morning at ii oclock byt11te rI phoningoroallwgath x v t 1 1M c t z f SllKatie fiertlein I r f I Phone 69II lfYI One of oiir Grape Juice 1 i 11 T a1 BIg Beducti 1li IN tV r d 7 t7 Ic 8toyeiaandd RRallgs t I Desiring floor space i8 place wrPatt line of Heaters etc we will sacrifice lfjftcent off on all our Ranges and Cooking Si pjfc that we have on hand Beginning Oct rIs- fI j ihe railroad requires a1JsLoves shqtfi be rated and will raise the price from tto 10 to 25 Per GeIlfrr r r onthestovo You nawfhave tkec1sawt I gyojd t ese extra charges by bNymg tt urn and aI50 get advantage of the lOer cM Ite I count we are offering you CoMe in aid take I JHook and if we dont suit you tffnt iuiyt It 1 buy we will be glad td sriowySu whatm have t AYERLTIf rSS5 I SALEJSo FirstCIasrI ir i7 it 1 BOAIL i 1 NGo- JLii 0 ALLEYlIi I I i f 5S ii oncejIi8 1 iiJ i t 2 ic CamQ IIfrLeachn i ii J rwii TI7ii I Ir w DL if 1JltTON 4 NTITt i tlETH iKfBACTED I jiliKour PAIN jir t a1 aisk1 P t4r- 8PR1NGP1ILD KY 4 IIiwfrk StricUy t t intc1r lJB J f 1nuth ti lilStrg I i tQl hoiBrs 8 to 9 amr kTL itpmc OftcM over HayOoaa Drugstore E JtLLdfl3jJtOflLD S dfflct te Optrt Mme o f i sass N a8 = 7 WFQR1GSBY- I iATTORNEYAT LAW f Odh Oler ffOffci Mink- MFRIWFIILDt KY T Br M M HYATT ov c Bed Oross JJruK 0Mc hours Hyaf080 to 12 m4 to 5 Em WI 9 JoIIIMAYLSj Ff 4fUIEJAL vitF- S1IDA rrCEIS1DEMUALMEH TIELoEPHONE DAY i91iIl1T74 SMMIELD ll rf RUfo achedule Fu11oU3g is the time scduk- z now io effect on tie JBat4stpwi an5 Springfield bYancbJjrdilroaa LlcO 41 Lieityei Louisyjlle av 400plI Barasiovwi yuuctioi B22 p m Bata foWGOU pin arrjyesi at SpHiigtieid5 p m No 42leaves Springfield at 6 g a m far at Wii t 4o am BaMaUfwu Junctiori i3V a m ar es at LtuIsvLi1e2Oa m ir t rr No 40 Leaves Louisville a rdLU 4 Bar dstq n jjiiiictioi fa55 a in Bards low 1 tO 05 a to u brritMt rlgneidci1kpnirV S rt M 44Leave3- SprJigtielilff j 101- tQj1s iis Jj12 n 334istpwa jdutin 4fivp i- xiaryeLoUislIie 54 pLri t r NOtgund iysioary Leave binge1U 715 a mi Bardbtowii VJOt a mO Bardstown Junetioi i M5 10marriyeii at Louisvillt 4vb8iam No 91 Sundays ontyLeae Iiduisviile 1At CQO pm Bards ton unction 6j45 ptnBardb town 7 30 pinJ arriVes at JSprmgfield at 825 p m i ibt nd OrjiajlltaS f TREES r Mvery thine Co OrcboLawn 4tauGaden oe MiIiioic StrwbtfrY Plants C udoK e8 No agents lc f QILtE M Y T Lexington IcyS l Teeth ex f traded irfithr5 f out ttJtG INo 1xarge- Swhir r r Platcsi are wanted I I AUl WORiC 8 zDone In this oJllce jlrstclass a aqlVt WcVSThbLiARDD1SJII SprJmifleid ty I j i 9 LOST ciSaturda5 A ugist L7 zeitber i t ibe Sprffgntttci iit air 0 on the road beri Sprtngtielo an L my Liot JiGfJhtJ11 elct 1iJi a JIHi1eJ i tFitdr wil- lJ l J plearfitur Vto iL ECase t B 4LftIwa4upliyOOOt buh s sit w eiif WflIpaz tb c hlgliltstthafefitJHjV n f J 6fi nofJ Wl Jjbe Co 2 huvgs1d tJieirfir mill to M Qwb9teriteijif ihemselv indebtedto 1JSI promptlfI11 Wr JAKBOB Co it = CASTOR lAJdjk ud Tte WYNnAIIBougb iI j5sTOWN u a IuUJO uv oaaahi 1tJuuf Local Happenings of Interest- The Freshest and 3IJ3 AlIAlNiilt Yourseir Friend if1 an4 AcquaintancesI J i ForSileTwo tine Jennets Er O Walker FpR SALE 3oobushels corn Carroll Kely foBSAtB 4exbra goo 1 Southdown bucks t A B Walker jceJineofAutOyelsttatbo Mound City Paints may cpst a trifle vmoreY but Leo Haydont Barred Plymouth Rock Roos ter for safel 75c 1J Mrs JT Yaste ThE1ateststy1esin Fall hats at iL5WathezSbacIers At th sale of the late JA P ifpjatgoraeryi Mr R So Mudd tyetSaoue the purchaser of th- e4at659yeracre r f jssSus1eofe tJwills rveJl ice cream supper at her school Jibuse on the evening of Thurs day September 29th The pub tic is cordially invited to attend Miss Willie Knotty has just re mrned rom Cincinnati and LOuisville with a full and com plctet line brail Fall millinery A 1argIinethan ever before Miss Nannie Baker aged about 35YtflTsQied Sunday at the home of her brother Mr Rich ardBlJkrLand was buredat HilIf harp TuesdayS r Monday county court day is the dayat my store fatf everyo body Speeiatriceitd one atjtl all It will pay you to call and see fdr yop selfSP J Thomas Nr MUrfa Tanes died at Ilii j homeccjirber dn IQUii Janes last week ot jiqfirmiArefjflicident to old yge She befulr 1ft her 72nd year Her maided naire was jiji ia Montgomery and she was bqiiiiNorth Washington coun ty 448ao she was married to Thpmas Janes She teutes kgirlso t Drop in Monday while In town 1 will take time to show you through my nejv falL tqck and gtye yon dome interesting prices itVu will be pleased and I will be too gl youvP J4 Thomas McjElroy and Wharton last week sold the farm jof W K Robertson two miles from town to Messrs SEanpW E Yo cum v JtAlsp pld lor J lil Allen 1 d JiEf Hagan their farm of 417 acresfor 883195 to Mr R T Rest v Springfield CouLcitcNo 52 R S M will meet Friday dvauv ing Sept 23 19iq to electl flIcrs for the dnsoirig year Washington Ro lArch Clip ter No 27 R A Mwill meet Monday evening Sept 2P 1910 to elect officers for the ensuing year Bring vcuiRitualsS The sale of the land of T W Reed near illisburg on last Saturday was well attended the home tract was purchased oy MrrEveretj Scruggs at 96 pet acre v The other tract was purchased by Mr T J Miller for 65 per acre The sale of the lland of the late T M Laliham near Spring lield was also well attended Mr 3 Rich Smith became the por jjhaser at 4355 per acre Farmers Institute lie farmers Institut which was Io nave been held at the- Courtllbuse yesierdayand today wascalied qff because ofthe fact that some of the dates Conflicted with the State Fair The date on which it will be held jwili be inounced later fc J Jlnlei Colts 5Sr Fo i Cocanougher wifli the here Mon day icount court c1yi to tuy 100 mdte colts and 100 yearlings TOp ICS J jI r The engagementof Tempest t I and Sunshine a dramatization ofMary J Efoil Dies popular nov el which is sche duiedfor Friday September23et the Opsra House on whichdate WF Mannt will present the Parker piece creating widespread isf among all classes of theatre goers Of this city Itis how an established fact that Tempesti and Sunshine is the most successful production ever launched The theme of the play deals with the direct opposites in tempermentof of two sisters and the complications in consequence It is vivid and truthful in its portrayal llarid can not fail to enlist the interest of alLwho see itf Fierce Electrical Storm 0neof the worst electrical storms in the history of theJl county visited nu last Sunday and Monday Late Sunday afI werateardwheo scarcely audible sodistt turbed the elempnts as to jar the windwpanes and causa the doors of bouses to rattle The i lightning was the worst ever seen hereone bolt being followed bv another The storm lasting all Sunday night and mostvp toe day MUllda Th large stock barn of Mr Merritt Foster near VVilivburg was strucfc and bUrned with all thci contentslheJ foss being 3500with7flO insurance The barn of Mr OkPnkston near Oardwell was ovstruek and burned the loss being 500 with S175 insurance Toe houses of Mrs Marion Brady j Mr Law rence Walker and Dr John Deb e 3nda barn on the Jarttl of MrJ A Boulware were struck and slightly damajed It was demonstrated Monday morning ith this city that lightning does not always strike the highest betweenIstrucTr and tprn to splinters McChordWilliamsi l kv A wed iing of more than ordinary interest to ilie people of be couniy owing to the prom nence of theconlracting parties was that of ev W H Williams to Miss Annie McOhord which was solomnfzed yesterday aftfcrnoba at 430 oclock at the Presbyterian church The bride was I attractively attired in a white t crepedechene dress made ov rl white Tafetta and wore o1 white tiafewith blue ostrich feathers and carried a loose bouquet of bridW roses tied with Tulle 4Ct 430 the bridal party enter ed the church and prqceeaed to ttxLtbe altar where Rev R E 0V Lgwson stood awaiting them beneath a large wedding bell Mrs 0 F Bosley an1issSue Ray played a musical programme from 4 to 430 TTlhe Bridal Chorus from t heh inwas given by the Presbyterianfhurcb choir as the bridal party entered the church and Mrs itosjley7 and rass RayipUJyedCIA Study in Symbols during the ceremony The bride and groom left the church tQ the Bridal Chorus again sung by the choir Tbe church was tastefully decorated with ferns and potted plants FoutTlaTgo columns had Jbeen erected at the altar which corn blued witli tlte electric lights made a very phasing effect- Miss l arrieljODg of St Louis was the maid of honor and Mr Prank Cutts was best man Messrs Jack and Will McCh rCl ere attendants nndM essrs Joe Claybrooke Will Wharton and wefusber1The bride isibe attractiv- edatighterof4r and Mrs W C McChord and iitone of the countys must popular young i mosJbeautifulacC mplisliweuts which iflddma terially to liar charms Rev Yilliams is 4pbpularyoungmin i pastbrsfield Baptist church He is a highly chared polished I and refined gentleman yno has made many friends while here Immediately foliowihg the ceremony they lleft rot a trip St Louis for a visit to Rev Williams parent STRAYED Frqii y farIDI about twq weekJ370Q1b red heifer ewarlpenro17ma1 tlofa leading to recovery fas Ct Clejnents j fGOOD MAN I pASSESAW i jV Emul1dL Davison Former Editor of News Leader Dies The people of this coca m unity were considerably shocked when on last Friday it was announce l that Mr Edmund L Davison was not expected to Survive the beetiiinfihe was seen On the streets of Springfield on the afternoon pre whileIhoping against hope that 110 heIi the past their worst fears were t oonfirraed when at three oclocka in the afternopn he peacefully sank to sleep Mr Davison was born August 19 1866 in Spring field He was a son of Edmund LJayjson Sr and Annie SlI p yarjtDison and is the last ofCI tthat honored pioneer family at this place The greater part of his life was spent in the news paper business Immediately after leaving school he was em ployed ou the editorial staff of continuepthere all became Editor of the Pineville w Messenger and continued to run it until January Jst 1896 when 11hplant of the Springfield NewsLeader ando 4PMUDL- presided oyer itlldestnies untilI the Spring of UlLjwhen Lairing health compelled him tor etilJAs an editor ho was success furl and conducted bis paper along hellwasMr Davison wasa gentleman breeding ad education and bYI whole life andcareer IIIKentucky Intchgentle and syinpatheticasa gpod woman undemonstrative simple mannered and modest always yet whose manly heart was ever mbved to its depths in sympathy Reunion of Blue and Gray The annual reunion of the Blae and Gray wits held on Esquire Nimrod Hendivn farm moraItlOnA bountiful dinner was spread upon the ground The Spring field brass band wasin attendance and furnished excellent music Very cli quent addresses appropriate to the occasion utere delivered by Prof GPO Calvin Rev C H Bohannon Ricketts Boulwate Wallace Rogers Wal ler Clements and others f Election of ChairmenIi A mcetngof persons inI t rpRtPfl in tlie Burley Pohlinoo Society will meet in their rel pectJve precincts o iet Sitt yard ay lOt the oleciim of Pre duct Chs irmap anda meeting 9r the precinct chairmen so eKctedl will beliedat the Court House on Saturday October 1st for the election 6fr a county Chairman Good attendance at eacn precinct iis urged as tjie- m4itris of great iimportance to those interested in the pooling i movement fr For Sale A beautiful lot on Main street east of Meth dist church having a frontage on said street of 53 feet and extending north to alley For particulars call on Miss tzzieLee S1S vtII1r ifl suffering ami amw tJyVwas held in the community in which be was born and reared and passed the greater part ofl his life Fortunate in his marj riage Theltfe of his good wife titnd himself in devotion to one II another andhAonyUf effort was anioeal one and an honor to theiWriage relation and a beneficerit example TIe faith ful wife stood hy hun devotedly to the last s staining strengthening and encouraging him in aftlicttbnsWhen neCr with a clear vision of true Christian faito bewas enabled to see the shining shore of tie Iother side and realized that his eternal destiny was secure say ing that he had had ample time o prepare f and was prepared nd that his only regret wds hat he had to leave his faithful wife the barer of his jtyys arid I Borrows v He was of a mostlquable tern erament a faithful friend without shadow of turning Never shoeing i disturbance or excitement under stress of the severest situations calm self possessed alyays squarely and faithfully by forIIand dutyas he saw Lttvith lice toward none and tJbarity And there is not man will oman say in that this they ever Davison aohe was observIIknown and called speak f anybody He strhtly f4 DAVISON ed that worthy maxim where you Could not say good say itithing5A worthy pcion oJ a noblefrace Many tears fell Sip inlessIfriends a ndlkindred to think When memory ecallslum to their vipw pure as the fragrance of crushed flowers So he sleep Jhe last sleep with his father tha good hos ttlQnvhoin Springfiejd and Washington county all the better and nobler traitsof whom he possessed and inherited ioh1e fuUesfedegree Pied t Newport Th Lexington Herald of Sep tember 17 contaiced the follow lugSNcs4s yesjterdayMoss who was at one tircitj editoiof The Lexington Bres i during the editorship of Colonel H TDuncad died suddenly last WI lnedaimOlning of paralysis ofthe brain while on a visit tJ friends in NewpcTrt Ky Mr MossThas been connected with the San Antonio Texas fearsi1tteUJ by newspaper fraterni ty Mr Moss was born iq dCamp Nelson Jessamine county atttie close of the war He waseduca ted at orgetownClleg when Dr Dudley was president of that seat of learning The body will rest in a vault in the Newport cemetery for several days In order that his bro thers and sisters pay arrive fromF their distant homes Due notice willf be giyen when the inteftoent takes place iu tiefathily fQt in tile Lexington cemetery V Mr Moss waiji a broJeroMr- H M Moss of this placq Y t Foley s ftoney and TatpasSfe and effectIve ifiedicinc for children feff orbarnafuteys Honey and Tar Id thelyeil My package Haydon A BoI rUcfay o ii 15ii III PECIAt 30 Days Sale rCgtrjae otI to a close yesterday Ifwas aigreat success Hundreds I of people took advantage of fftej opportunity we offered to savel on their purchases 2 H t= = ij t Still aa Few Good Bargains Left 1tx tnltSTo make a clean sweep of the Summer Stocks we are g to qu teYQU some AMAZINGLY LOW PRICES on thfoI rlowing Items I t t 650 Ladies Tailored Wash Suits reduced to 298 7 50 Ladies Wash Dresses reduced tQi Y298 L V 15c and lOc Lawns reduced to 5c3rard Q3i Jt lf 6c Lawns reduced to 3c yd BI 8c Torchon Laces reduced to 3c by Bolt only of 12 yards l r One lotof Men Hats onehalf Price- Few MeVs and Boys Suits left for oiiehalf Price Mens and Ladies Low Cut Shoes at greatly reduced pnc ft IMensand Young Mens Straw Hats leirthafc 12 half price jj- We have many Remnants and Odds and Ends to offer very low t 4We are noW shQwlng some new thing fail Styles in Ladies Tailored Suits and Separate Skirtsi and young msns Suits Overcoats Hats Shoes and Shirts I I The Hob rtBon Claybro oke Co I i INCORPORATED r f f L A t 2 11 c r F FcjrJ1tS Mrs Smih Bal QW aril J1rtl son of Hardetown guRHts of Mrs Joe OiUybrcfolte Mr John L Seurcy of Port Stockton Texi attfjiidt d the sale of the Thoitfas Reed p optr ty near Wilisbirg ijr Mefriraoe and si Hecst of L laisvillc ueviSiLiflg the fainf jy of Mr li n11nYJm MisH Virginia WhilveTi has l turned from L uivUSMr atdMrs HefferDaa RubpJ of L banonv yer Jere Monday MrifF Ml GnuJidy and Miss K itefMayes Lrefl Cincinnati this Week f5i Aon55l1Scott Maybaid fife left Tu sdaytora visit to tlieir son in OkJah6qaa City Rev H S Hudson left yesterday to visit hisi parents at PIemmingsbur Kv altar two weeks he win reeSler Jhe Pres byterian Theological Seminary in Louisville Miv and Mrs John Brown of Debanbn Mr ard Mrs Op Gates and Ml S Pavison ofI Louisville and Mr Walter Sutton of Detroit Michigan at- tendedthe funeral of Mr E jL Davison Mr Wooleq of Hazard Ry arrived Sunday for a stiort visit to the family of Mr C W Noe Mr and Mrs J W Bdeleh Miss MarV EdeJen l18rncr iiis Prudie Pairett spent fewdays this week In Louisville Mr Ray Goodin of jLebanort spntluesday UeVe Miss Prudie Parrott will enter school at St Cathrines Monday 5Dr J B RoT3ardsj of Harrods burg was here Tuesday Mr Jesse R pier of Bards town spent Sunday here iBankruptcy Notica S45 4LebanonU S District Court vWeSternII Distript Ky Inatterof Joseph E3Ea f raon iBarilnupt A Crepi ars oi said bankrupt are notified ho was so ddjudica tedybri Qth Sept 1910 and first meeting of his dreijtors will be heli at therfbffice of Attorney Joseph Polin in SpringBeM KvM on Wednesday Octobe 1910 where creditors may attend prove their claimSj r xamjhe the bankrupt elect a trnsteind do aill other business proper for said meeting iW J Lisle Referee c fI Stray ed4 on my faifffl thre milesJom Springfield 2 red Seersred lifers and 1 cow and calf Owner may hav sane by paying pasturage and fQr Miii- ti0tice AL BERT UJDp1- 1t FTile Market I The TloiasS Disc ami IIe Grain Drillrr This drill is not an experiment It has ben lhorou Wy ttd tthe best farmers in Kenthckyndbas proven itaetf tle etarstsand up to date drill fn use Itbas hip drive wbeek iitrtia raw I fqiceJdandseIfoi1ingboxcs It 1s simple fini epMtracJtiMi awi aSnible It will sow just what you want it to Buy a TktaMi Mi S1iicraseJ the yield pet acre Field Seeds a Specialty IIPUre C Kin all AjtI SS- Lewis Chambers General Agts ii W Lexington I nrrlt I IfOCT 4tJ TO 14Iu GREATEST IN THE wotatt STAt SS ootP 21000 Futurity 1da04 31000TennesseeS Tuk7 O I 500f Futurity WsJyO1 tIi I 10000 Championilup StaksMcky01S3O- OOCup tStake Mo ky Oct H- Thnctjr JItJ Other S nMHpo I Race i Daily Conces1OiiFirssitF r I S1tfT J1 WWoiiliiILl T jf J U i 1 With yo bad siituSIwut be ftel l fM kf vfIbfa Ltttt mlba W till fliW ssWe equ rJIII j I or ItasrD- t4u t tet 16 fattv k Grun dy k oIntirSSSSSL AMn y t t j 1 IWsMThHe1s rjKFAM11cHEL a 1 4ufti t MM by AnirlcaIPreI a o 4UogL t i V hi i ijt rHi JItaly i Is a colony idLmny4r w1k ar Pu fi naci 6vetl TIwi bIIt on A cwsce t sbtped Illtlkt fto cb ktL mar Mdlterranean A part of Iu laps a be cbr and dtks Lii M tuhiTmttfii boats and tiere ala b wo 4 ttbe fateUywash u BMmJ e seymour Wilcox a AwMkati trareler was lool hif d1 filr tow stone wall bwlltfoc i tb otectlo tot persons oa the cliff Jabi i U MW a young girl 4I ttb1i tke ea Be1n- f iWt aWr e her be Could mot t he WM like but ydfetanct acbaotoKut to the view ant rr e frem that distance de diItiIIia gve la her moveawnts a t4owa en to the beach for ftew p a4 a ttrl dfifteen though at t iad eTefi jBUCk younger U fljr1idawornaLi1Ippos tin dirk kalr and eyes of ber jl and Ji good Jgure Her arms ft refWHe rowm Jnlt tbey 7 WBcox watcMed hr for tba walked past her and atHeaot oal smiled but t7teIW kwoethIngoi iilintiMige He learned that bs im wsi fuie ahd her father naMai Aftera brief okat M to the town aboe a irlM Mxt morning he looked fain over thewnflondnl kc knew he would be playing w lfedtofe seeing Merle be II I ykMid ie a temptation to go af im ad have a few word isr Tkii time the girl met hlni vs aialle ladkating that the was HKkjpieased that he had come tf aOn this visit he talked to her tMa before Jill kiiw 0ese visits He t tM a wlneabop down among these I t ul quarters and would go In tbsrM uterol wjne and to smoke t w Wtake Marie In to wttlf lilm There was i pi 1i this In Italy The 1 wgv very little alcohol IlIS Jlaift jifeirlIsk by the women f aa4fJMirii tIi1same as the men Be ntHkgx Triwwbop In Italy Is a very 4MHt affair from a saloon la Amer ica j Tjit landlord of the hotel wbcr4 Wil codrs stopping knew nothing of his Ft to the fishermens quarters or M Mwld have warned against ofcMP there The young man mention e Ml jjir matter to BO one Helraew be wmakiac a risk but not 1w much et jiifc Bfaiiev he was xLfearl- essIuIrM at aa gewbere a man of csja Si more apt to court than aT yiaatrer Nevertheless be did not MtflHteetly realise the position In Akt VM ipbtclas himself ta go Om lIht Wilcox went down to the MIii aad calling for Marie at ber ftitMcs cottage invited her to go for a ii iMt OB the water in her fathers bitM father to sail it Marie trans I rtJI rqst to her father who r tifjgt to tW plan Indeed no oneJ kagpMifftiited a desire to wI tji Wikorg attentions to the girl i Iffi fceniitbofte neareat her were ex fpgtGgetmoneyoutoftheAmer ti rwkftlwr they werevpermlttlng i1ktQa position where niaa Mb hlm41dnt matter to ffkeat as be was oq enjoying her KtjUgec a couple of hours sail the vttW returned to the shore and WIl c 5ftsked fhefatlier and daughter to jTdjpto thit wtoeshop far refreshment 1 father declined for both himself wMjife daughter saying it was late aiSSfcg mnstbe up early in the morn- his days fishing Wllj p cox bade them good night and as it wa tMrijt4M kiai went into the wine Shop alone for his tipple and bkj swokeIThere WM one in the place ex ccpt the wetDao who set the win be fore S SirJdaB and left him There r y waa atfrcjkacf la the room hud the s Illek tt cbiiIy In Italy Wilcox re call 0rjin4 asked her to bring in a few fagots and build a fire She WM surprised at the request for fuel U e onnetiiily expensive In Italy but kflowing ilmlo be tn American wklck to these peopie means having pleary of money she acceded to hisIreqiieetj Wilcpx sat dovn before IIire fwiJit tile wine beside him iraatf teBdlHgTFjIflU Kl stBoked aBleep and without aridI QBe awolce with a starU What caused 1 1kIm to feel that he was In danger he did iget kiJoy l Itmlght have been a I blow that was threatening him or it J rslgbt have been the tact ofa sudden realization that he bad becn ever ginc ke first saw Marl taking a frightful risk In any event be was conscious that deathjas In the room Time J fagots had buliici1out There was a bright Ilglft jkjar time entrance which bone OI1p IJcoxs lark and which cait aB dow jon thewnU directly erthe replace The shadow was armiiiratMd aIJveth had The shadow lIffiti t 1 cult for Wjlcox jvfe to nwU out It seem ed to be a potoUd jstlek held by a tilt The roiud works quickly In the pres ene af danger rial or fancied and IIn ja fntetiuu ota second he baddeter iaedthatnuantvas bebiod him WHiJiis rIltt hind raised and holding 4da fIX U Stttorn tried the American sharp Ijr calling to jthe woman who bad- fevMtma wMvl V 5 TKef shadow llc rtjla1tll dlsap i ared There was no reply totlie summons aid the young man called again fs aorar Presently the yonjnn yawning came slowly Jnto be roonf I find myselfiVfecnora said Wilcox with not even money enough about me to pay you tOT time wine I bate ordered Have you any two here whor Will go up to my hotel with a check get it cashed by the landlord and bring 1 ibe the money Yes senor but yon canvas well pay for the wlpewhenyottcome for more NO senora I g6 away early In the I morning to Naples Besides there are othet payments I wish to make down here among you good people I b tended to bring morley but forgot Very well senor If you desire it f will scpd my son Eels inbed but t can awaken him Wilcox took a blank cbe k from bis portmanteau and filled a check fox Ilrn100 and wrote on the back Of It a requestfto the landlord of hlsj- Jiotel to send him the money it callpd or by bearer Then he gave it to ptherntretie made it appearthat he would pwait tbe return df his messenger nut he had no idea of waiting tort money He knew the man who was about to kill him when he awoke fijom slumber would waylay the boy S1wl1okncwotthe jthewould also make an attempt to ap propriate It There was still another possibility The landlord might sur mise that bfcfc nest had been cornered and requiretftihe money for aransom 11 tlllllerent he might mavejihe thes lffenger shadowed on Ills return by a boticemari Wilcox realized the fact that he was at the fishers Tillage near 12 oclock at night where it was as dangerous to remain as to climb to the top of the ellff He kept his eye onth6 wall for awhile but seeing no reappearance of thesbadow finally arose from his clmir atthePresentlyhethe landlady had gone and made his way into a kitchen There among oth v ir things flay a carving knife with a long thin blade and a sharp polnt He sinceherelief So far us he knew no one mw him take the knife and conceal ins It sunder his coat he went back Into the room he had left Wilcox was uncertain what to do ShouJd he remain wher he was till day or should be risk going up to the town with no other defense than a arvlhg Snife If beset it might be Jpy several persons If he remained where he was in case of attack lie might put his back against a corner of the room and stand oft a number of nSStil1nt1ts Every vestIge of rock lessness had deserted5him He was mad fighting mad but in that state a mans faculties tire often the sharp est lIe resolved to stay where be was Sufficient time for a mcssengeV to go to the hotel and return had elapsed Wilcox bad no idea that the messen ger would come back or if he did moncywltbhlm500 lira which he would be glad to pay for his life He was wondering if the man whose shadow he had seen br some one elsehad appropriated it This occupied his thoughts when sud denlyth outer door was opened and lIn stepped two persons They were a boy of fourteen and Marie Marie approaching Wilcox handed him an envelope containing the money he had sent for He looked at her plainly asking with his eyes an ex planatlon knew signor sald Marie that there is one who since you first sppke to me is jealous of you I found to night that he would attack you and watched time place I saw him come Inhere and followed him I heard you call for a messenger to go for money did not believe Giovanni would rob but I thought It best to go with the boy Giovanni disappointed me He waylaid us mind demanded the money but when belknew I had it he upbraid ed me and went away So you are disappointed ju your lover Marie that he should robi but not that he Should murder theIThe matter being explained AVilcox lost his apprehension Since there appeared to be but one mon concerned he resolved armed with the carving kuile he timid iaysrvT ti nl joi his hotel Having paid his aeOrtl he set put in the darkness and aTrivcjl with outbelng molested The next day Wilcox sent a jiote to the father of Marie that be would fur nishthemenns to send the girl to school The otTer was accepted and she weut for three years to a convent nt the end of which tiino she married and emigrated to America Wilcox at the request of the girl who had saved bun did not report the mat ter to the poUcei t It DespondencyNosuffefiilgfthe1IeIpMr JSCcarryaew4nta Of the delicate and important organs that afc j cornP4sistumly ftmmote The Pr fiercer Favorite Prescription is a positive cure for WMtfaipti mad Us M of the feraiaine Organism ITMAKES WEAK WOHEN STRONOj I 5ICJC WOMEN WELLtIt yJUyg t It Vp the nerves Itits for w ifehoodIiHsHiirwDod Hoatst awdkwe dealers seU it andtt JoJJr ayou as 9ust f i ba acord of forty e css 2AlI f Nuuoiias Thy probsbpx knOIOf iie of ksmny eur It book t ta3ls 0sbiit woses deu iiid bow to cur 2losust p Jk Pier to pay eo of ati4i- L9 nwinJs flare Kidner- Trwiie and Jeier Suspect It JEow to XlMd Ute Pilla bottle or common glass with your Taker ad letitstand twenty foU hours asednnentorseU tlingindicatesan unhealthy con dibo1t Qfthe kid neys if it stains your linen it eidenceofkid ney trouble too frequent deSlre to pass It orpAUi in the back iis also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order f WfeafToDq There is comfort in the knowledge sc often expressed that JrKilwert SwampRoot the great kidney Remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism pain in the back idneysliveblfldde- and every part of the urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it or badI effects folloWInguse of liquor wine oi beer and overcqmes that unpleasant ne c ssityof being compelled to go ofte during the day and to get upItimes QurinKthe night TJie the extraordinary effect SwarnpRoox is soon realized It stands the highest fore its wonderful cures of the most dis tressing cases If you need a medicin you should have the best Sold by drug gists in fiftycent and onedollar sizes You may have a sample bottle and book that tells all fRabout it both sent free by mail Address Dr Kilmer Co Bing liamton N Y When Horn ot SwopBoot writing mention this paper and doni make any mistake but remember the aatfISHE WAS NO SHIRK And She jHtfd No Patience With Mod ern Cooking Methods t DIQerent persons have varying Ideas as to what constitutes a good house 1 keeper The Ideas held by Mrs Dana firthbfixedthose that follow after these modern notions of cooking like the ministers wifeShe remarked one day but all JJcanI state is that her ways arent my wavs and never would be Shes been to a City cooking schsoV I hoar said Mrs Goodyears lsUof fanglcdjwaysi4 iljresume ISo and rsGOoyear Jilai to k on its firmest expres yestcrdoMwtbPbread Fulet p eSfUld geethebakingI dlnnerjtoo anu only have three bowls and tlijree orf ur spoons to wash when shes done aside from lfoie dinner dish es She told me twas by Cooking school system she die it planning and rinsing out as she worked tndsoonS- Qe seemed real proud of It but It struck me as a pretty slack way ot doing kitchen work There Isnt a lazy bone Inniy body If I dp say It and when Ive dope a Saturdays baking Im safe to say that theres hardly a bowl left on my pauto shelves and llvc got n goon hours work before me riht1In my kitchen sink1 where anybody that comes In can see it Youths Companion KING OF THE METALS The Importance of Iroh to the Electric Industry 3Ihe very root ot the oleftrieaUlridus try is Iron Without Iron It Is doubt ful If the lnr er gelieratnrs and the mighty motors could be built for the powerf magnets upon which these luvenUoits depend for their oveqnr all made of soft Iron either In the form of this plates or long wires coy redwlth insulation Nearly every one Is familiar with the common horseshoe magnet which Ts but a plecrot store bent In the shape of a horseshoe und charged with magnetism When n8lecll bar of this shape js rubbed against another mug net It Is charged and will temuiii so for a long time Tile magnets used in electrical machInery are of tire Indue tlon type that Is the magnetism vita ishes just as soon as the current is taken away from them If yogi wind a long Insulated wire tlg tly around a soft iron coVe and send through this wire a weak current of electricity the core will be Instantly possessed of strong magnetic qualities This fact Li the basis of all electric motors undJ generators The field coils are made of a soft Iron core wound wl1thIyards and yrds of insulated When the current Is sent through wire the softiron core Is turned into a powerful Wgnet and this power Is used to drive mngneticI Bulletin generate mpre electricity Elephants In Captivity The tralder flushed for an instant his dark lantern on the long line of elephants t They are asleep Irt said in captivity elephants always sleep standing IWhyI visitor askedl They lit down to jstecp In the Jiin gle Yes said the trainer dont knoir why Itii Jlut yonllnever see a captive elephant sleqp lylng down Some people say n captive elepljnUt never really sleepssleeps sound mean nt nil He nevei hf3 completet confidence you know rie grieves fir Ions ttn he free Why ns n matter of fact tthis light standing sleep of bin only lasts nlKHif tthree hmirx nt that All the rest of the night he rodks from side tir side In the tflrl Cincinnati Fuqltirpr Hspi Courtship Vhcn u Mqpi m Iilen decides which if the eligible young mcu of the tribe she wishes to marry she goes anti sib in hlK linuse and grinds corn iintil he Is Kuillcliitily impressed by her iudus try to marry her After tlie ceremony which Is an elaborate one the couple sUpIthouse lleldi nail all their property cj Jepttthe henls belong to the wife Uoplg are Indulgfcnf parents The right of the children to clo a Hmyniojinp Is never questroned Its Purpose J noWtnl tTbatV a bad cough youfvt ctireit5CowardXope coughdu1tWlJWi In Boslonw Say Im u stniligej in this town Can you tell me a gcod place To stor atr v HYes sir Stop Just before the nt- Clevelnnd Leader EveryKiiantliolds In his handroo to eoreOtb 4nrpy jtimsslJn our xu1veri1tyAj Li Good form t To be socially corrcjet nil note paper must be stamped ai the tOIL Jther with address and avinognim o with one lu these duysdOf uJJchange oft residence a wonjian does alwiys have nit audrtSs die yet though It is nu cpciMJIist Itt1s a flnltih tp tier stationery which iIs most deslr al le anti therefore tp be tried for If oula one thing Is toi be pur on paper the address Is prefejred lto the mono gram on time theory that the former must he made to order while the lat ter may be hind ready made For the Htreet and number plain block letters are tlu lustt and unless one lives In a Intjge city whose street unmes nre so know as Immediately ito foe Iden tided with the tilace the name of the rewn must also s aiupid- lut tlie plaVlng 0 this adornment fashion huts recently made a change IIlW5tu1tloneiJ time middle is was recently the case When the nnnogrhin is used with It the latter is put in the left corner the address golnj In the right When the uqm i of the tovn is added to the street tie former Is now in dented Quite lately the town name went directly undei the street centered bringing It the middle ot the line above Now it Sins the same reInff lion to the top linej that the address has on an envelope and this placing marks oIl the new dies It only monogram alone or one ini tial Is to be stamped It goes lathe up per left corner and the die may be as fancy as One chooses rIThe Girl Who Is Easy A girl who looks on while her friend who Is finbwn as easy Is apparently having a glorious time wonders wfieth er good breeding riot old fashioned flit It Is not the girl who cnr s little how she talks where she goes unChap craned or how free aftd easy she per wits her man frlejids to be who wins out In the end IHowofteu doss the qulorlltfle mouse 01prUde01 It is hard hi this age to have loaIhigh a standard of self respect tultted liberties are so much g tater than a generation ago that one needs watchfulness not to overstep the Hue Into liberty A girl need not be a prude because she does not believe in familiarities of speech or touch WJnn once she has made tier position and standards clear she can have just as g1d n time hud tar more respect than her friend who Js easy J4 Because a glrlils jTjitlcplnr it dots not follow she mast bellow Given n sense of fun reauiUes tollc mused by everything that comes along and a tongue that doesut nice girl need never cause she dwes not ijJi1CkbJteIndJ J sitting in corners and bidus jokes College Etiquetto Atcollegfr girl must of course first of nil deel jp4jer mind as far as possible IorI uess or In the social world She jnust talk In low tones Shetnust be courteous to nil around her respectS fnl to those who are older mind consld crate of those who art beneath her so cially She must learn to converse In mu interesting manner without assert ing tier tIopiulons or trying In any way to show n superior knowledge even upon subjects which she has made her special stullyIShe tuusr learn to act the part of the graceful courteous and Interesting hostess atAlxalso the charming nail well rend guest At flU times she must be well bred dignified courteous cfcercolIagreeable to one another always put ting the attractive timings of life onIoutside aqd keoplug our private 1tbl to ourselves is a rule that none can afford to overlook old or young society girl college girl or business girl i Table Etjouette The little difference between lifting a dish and shoving it along makes the big difference between a sloven and the punctilious observer of good manners attIttthe table and hl1sI1J affecttI In jnarrJng the harmony of the table whereby in fongenlaliiest nnd tape en Jpjttieut nH are best inservjd StIckIng tiehhmigtrur teeth rirkliig the teeth nt the InlilCIIoresll are done eating gaxiug ftbout the tnble while drinking tipping back the chair on twO legs inkIng any of the dessert aa fruit nuts or swuouneSits it way from the table Is tthe yorst imsslbli form A Mphs Arnii- Nowndays it Is not till rnxtnni for n womnn to Iinu upijiijbi nfin Of the ptIhlftijirimiglieIs Inflnij or elderly or tlie innii Is her lnnct or hiiHlmtid Odd Way to Resttfrtiere Is iiqthing that will rest yon so niekly as to sit on a strrtlght btwkachair und lIfting time feet from mileo Hoor push tliom out In front ot jouuz as far ns possible stretch the arms PUL the head buck open the mouth wide and make yourself ynwnFanm Doctor ift The Only Trouble J School Yllltor1 hear luy good nan you have n case otstsdmnambu Ism in your family PerturUcdMot- hyjTaJnt no secj thing niaaui Wi- IMtot jieVer hnd one of tiftUil k tchlug- hingH here The only truui4 that lirmhnll Ju lir idlf itslinurr- xirli1ii il fAH Shn ard Na Kernel tbsrIy My thuds tiU ini t1iitt l ave sill Ihe w tl41 uluhllit 4t giijiuf urireVVhat pity It lsCJturley- iitifi1 liii vi tt guuilintltxil f FaWtoJOollcct JJJlJJI piitUmil r9ofl 1iugluI nAA Itnl llt Mr o1 XoUrpart have two wvonds t Y 0 I IN THE WORLD OF SPORT I Birdie Cree Who Has Re gained His Batting Eye r rlllII EToto by American Press Association UfJlIc Cree the clever out eldetot the- lfeW York Americans Is having thimlma nf his Ute l rni plln himself against bpposing pitchers The Uttle professorof forestry was htttiug about AQO early in the s nsonuntil Walter Johnson happened to be nhllD with his fastest shoots For six weeks loneotwouldnt stand close enough to to reach the ball with atele pole Npw he Is bittIng harder 1t never He tins all lila confidence back But the pitchers of olh r clubs are evidently either trying to scare him back or to hit him again They figure that If Cree gel nnottJer crack on t cPtbead be will be of little battih value to the Highlauders r it Pitchers Who Can Hit T7iis is all old one with a uew ad dition Why cant pitchers luLl Many iasonsbave been given but they seem fc be uncalled for Pitchers can hit rTaltf ENleiKarger leading Arncrlcjlq ji lleague pitcher III twentyfour games tenonghtj1 t 300 Many outfielders there are who are no able to boast nay such record Chief Bender of the Athletics is can neeling for au average of 307 Joe WootJ Is close tO him With 2nD and MannIng bfJCcw York is Ittlng 333 Walsh Is pushing them over th IEd for 247 Mullln is chQutingfo and Dill Biiiley of the L3rownsi225 irt the OO class are the fol 1Ot1uirsIn nlb8 Athletics 200 Quinn 220 Falkenberg Cleve land 218 CraUso Athletics 210 Tommy Burn May Take lip Lacrosse Tommy 15urn who stjll claims the heavyweight clmuiploushlp of the lInt lab empire Ik ptennlug a new and urnquo venture which he expects will prQQSUS1Ju dlau Indians wltbVhlch to tour the 1liTommy wiw formerly an expert at the game and he thinks that the novel ty Of his venture together with hisI own personality as a drawing card would make it a success Heres Another After Jchnsan Jim corbQtts unknown ant springing up at every wuy station Charles Howard a Kanawalm Vf Va rcLnor is ube uost recenf nsplranf for puglitstte fume Howard lint fought oiilyj one professional fight lIe knocked out a Columbus 0 nina with one punch He Is a bigger moil than JeuriM weIghs 25B pounds and Is elr inch bone and muscle lIe is fifncffu10fifi RetJ Sox to Train on Coast rite U ton ie Sox will train next spriiigiou the Pacific coast according to inn uncuMient made by President Tavlqr The playeraf wilt meet In San KramHseu pu March antI practice there for qV4 cic before playing their firstt gamS Tbm will play at Lou Angeles gncramento SIt Francisco aui Oklftlioma during their training utartiiig tnsm about April mind playing in SuitJirke City OUl1clfOmnhaul1d to or three other minor lertgua towns Tho Cassowary J The eaflPfl iiry Isi naturrrl boxer tndwliow wet hod of defense attack Iii wurfure ttIe fyrward kick stnatbtlul nist like n Ull vd to Arotise tnyr hi OWlIr tUkUhttl l vea vwik rttlilPte tlrtrlty nrthltf1J1I l tohf ablllKV to per urm a sorl 0f vnr dniue oier any Ji wrrifulnr o1ij5 tiIt of rag asFlck a stdmrtlMU Urjjet I1 ls uttqutlon Varied VieWs of Morriag3I MiirrlaaV Iw kmituuy rtsptw Hiicbeldr ntuiwrmr Jrfv la 1titt opinion offc Hie wliltfvKtlelUthtful JemjtuUuu 10 liii ta liuiblt with ii goo- diny If ffll eouumitrJournuil H AGood Talker Yer f5iayrtH tvyr IrttvYtluvacuus ic f ujcrtiufW vourtuinise tirif Iul n fict q wl tcst ntht1ti all Iht tJ t Yniikera Sites a uiuth No man tupaAhImei with tile sos rinS of rtjpify MohiwVn If r t j iL t j SOLDIERI fbystslyIbrave and morally cowards There are tneu physical cowards and morally brave This Is a stwty of one who belonged to neither ofHhese classes Willie Huggmwn4u delicate child He shrank frouTtlrecracis on the Fourth Qf JuiyTnrid a stjarp Report dose to his ear always madp him start aE grew np to he Just such a man as he had been a child timid shy re served SWhen WUlio Hugglns was twenty he was still called Willie instead ot ViIlbe fell desperately in love with Helena Gunter He was captivated by Helenas flnsblng dark eyes and regu far features of a commonplace type It is true but tIme kiiul likely to attract a very young fellow with plenty of imagination to makt them appear beautiful He wooed Helena by some very delicate compliments ln verse They bad no effect updu berOte of his schoolmates Mary Crane with whom he bad always been friends was Willies confidant in the matter Mary advised him either to let Helena alone or woo herlna more practical way since she would not know the differ ence between poetic fervor tina dog gercL About that time war broke out and Willie was given to u d that Helena would not rstlnl favor on any but a soldier Willie Hid not wish to be a soldlerf but ho wanted Helena so he enlisted His friend Mary told him uatftwas well enough for hun to serve his court try but to take up arms for Helena Gunter or any other girl was to say the least unwise This remark irfl Pressed him and he resolved that lie would do his dutyNm principle as well as for love JJWhen Willie heard that the cn was intrenched twerfty mites away myI and the command as going to din lodge it be fell littoj a violent ttremble Durllig the march he recovered somewhat and when the men began to deploy for an attack bq experienced n1 mild excitement which be mistook for bravery The Illusion was dispelled when bullets began to cut the twigs above his head singing their spiteful Jlttlc songs Ilfs legs over which behind no control turned him around and were carrying him in time opposite dii rectlon wnen he run up ugalnst the point otxi sword In the hands of an ofllccr and wjs furced to turn about aniWace time enemy Willie laid gone tto time war for love anti hn l decided to be brave from a sets of duty as well Neither of these availed to induce bravery In vulnhej fixed bis mind on Hotena In vain he thought of his duty to his country HisI hon llegs still took him In the wrong dire The fights in vhlpb Willie was at j first engaged were unimportant afs fairs and soon ended IIfh was 30 frightened lin a skirmish what wojild be his condition in a battle He began to dread the terrible disgrace that be was sure was in store for hirtj more than the battle Itself When jtcape he nerved himself to go thfough It thanjbeforej eran though there was the same cow- ardlyt heart His regiment was drawn up behind a hill the men resting on- their arms in reserve They could put time enemy but shells coming over the lull were dropping among then Then they were advanced lInto IUtoln plain Willie felt somewhat relieved euemyrnot see The men were ordered to He and fire from behind alow breastdownI I A bullet came along and grazed bow hurting blip He felt a momentary t desire to hit the man who sent i I1hcn his hat was knocked off He begun to be Irritated By this time he had isuffered so much from fear that hehad lost some of thedrexd of being killed ihe next tap he got was on the shoulder hndllit 1lAto boil A mftn crawled out of a bole a dozen yard In advance got up on feet tottered a short distance back Ih1s cover and knocked down a fragment of n shell Willie felt that he would like to head n regiment and take the battery that tired that shell The wounded man was lying In ian expqsed position and Willie heedless of Ute terrific fire got up went out to the man and dragged him back to cover A shout went up along the line of those who stlvthe act Willie unconscious that such a coward as himself had done anything remarkable did not suppose they were cheering him foran net of bravery All time oJHcers of his company hay Ingllipen killed In time battle Willie was made captain Having fount It so hard to take himself lttp action ti dreaded attempting to lend othr tnt eiiou iu tile responsibility iiVuitd him to fvtgei his danger nudI Mie mdde a vary giwd officer He rose toj be major which oiiWe he was jromoted to Just before fth rftve of tile war Whcn he Jot home he found that Ieena Guntor marrlinl1a ladles tailor Mary Crane had heard of the majors IInnl success as a soldier and hough she had luikved there was sulUciont pnidO In him not to disgrace hhnselfJ1hc wqg nivwhat surprised anti much gratified i the result Meet lug Helena he vn surprised at her commonplace aiipNTfiice He was as much surprised thit he had nut In Btcnd fallen In love with llary who haq always had a secret fancy for luau but he made up for lost time by l1n earfy proposal J Thought Once Was Enough TlQ Sunday school lesson was from hnt Scripture which teaches that 4t your brother strikes you on the cheek you should turn tin other aisoand cndilre even for seventy times seven Jbhnny laid listened to his tearlier very nttCllqtI whIle ahe emphasized this fact nUlllj irfteivthe lesson thasu perlntefldcut rose 1o make a few rev miirks s Now Ubys1 sIte saldthQw many z tlnllf uuglt another Jjij titrjkeypi before you hlr him Jwu4tt v ttujtt uttfnt OUCP promjHly auKwer d Johnny5 fudge A Bismarck Story Lord AmjilhUl uiile found Bismarck residing Andersen story on the UglybDuckling which relatext how hatched It swauV egg aud how tho cygnet was Jeered at Igr his putative brethren jUe dufklltigK u ntll one wnII troojfof prdi swanw floating the n1vetsllIuted4hith as one of their rpleAh pbserved BbmHrck1 it- 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