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A = IIESTABLSIIEDIr Iit ittta r 1 7 j r i l lt W lii V i tNOllJ t s I 7f j r t r SPJJiNGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 29 f 1910 if i LO P VJi tI I mVF TRUSTY d PRACTICAL DENT1ST j OLce u over Haydon Barber d I tk1 katreoizb1O priceS 1 k a fli Rl GFIELD lIT I 1II II Dii ECTOBY tPJtINGH5W county taet of jU rVaishington County 51 Miles south r Miwj iol i5 Jltilq fro k liiwiiYilte pm iirditown 6ramctf 61 ijf l Yille aiid JTask ville ailroad in j k farala FaJJd igriculturafvdistrict Twe Buks telrtph arnd telephone ti UJN s Qce florims lumber yartt PopiiOM1TQO popalatioa of tw lyl5QO J jU entatlve lit Congress adD BiiJ kMP t Bwrdttpwn Kyt V RpCUefltatiYe inKeutuckr Legis i1tUe 110 T 11 raharn 1t In State s ate Hon 1 epcectIye GmYarv Ilsy1l 1 K- f y J t County Directory CIRCUIT COURT 4 Circuit Court begins e11k fourth iitow4ay i15 iIn ebruatyr May and ctoI IerSj ifJLTafan Ju gel SC Ts uIuS1 Rah t A NQe Clerk- M9Ieachma c RTE VLOtRT t 1f1U QSrterly Court is held on the third 1So 3rLttseyudge i f 1 ft rt li OUNTf OURT 0yrt meets on the turt alO isCCh mouth BIt J dge wP eFfeount1plerk AttorneyJTs ires County t rg t et t J i1erJ Sm Aieron Sherig 4BvricrqakeV RrMrtEddiemafl GeoTowerf f Deputiei J I SaIHale J LitcheASSe5SO- 1pBryan Deputy ert1eTre rer 1Jcew f47 fDrj fHfeupSsTt J iCITY COURT- a 1iieaR Voe Police Judge Joho Gra eIMar hal FGrJga 1Li Y Attorne J H 1 uSjitice CourtshCld in January I I J1rH and October1 f J wII I b DIiCCtOrY lat 0 L it 1 aETHODIST CHlRCH f J nl Pastor Seidv GLS c tdy1l am2td pP1 slmdaySchool dvfry Suuiiay allO anii r Wcdnesdaj RMjer Eeinievery JiktJ CTOLIPCEURCH i 1I rev p F Hennessavi P 9torSeI md 1OoclOClt lcelpvery Snday3t8 1 atStRosesame hour iJa Services fio t PRSBYTERLA1ORCHB5j MobLiY SD day at 11 am- IH t151pm BundaY sthooIeVer- tUIJdt at 10 a 1 Prayer me try ThursdaYLVe1flat 7 clne 7riP gBPWI CHURCH gten II 010v VrmpsrUtUJlfi ifjreachftfgev rf ltan L ar a4 745 pm undny ScInl even- uudayaat593O nJi Jer 1cEJint4 Svery Tiedav evtitrnt 7 4OiiOl- Z aitZijRoI1 1 55jEei Wa F H itlr t2 foni sun3Jirt and rj9 tn I i ilil tl I rdfer 1 dISUN1C LULGh tlit1tf jlSg- l1 O meet4irituii hi1lMo J ach rtokb Washigtbn R A C apter NoS- 1JH1 Ii i t i t lltl t 1 0- iyf SS tjt3c2511cts 0 fjI c jSRI9fDgj fintitilt if Olcrly Petjfot 4 e out to whatever heiS giye IE ue coMfort and strength T KWoey Pills cure kidney and yfeAy d1ses promptly and giVe olifort and relterto fdrrly people ft v TT r 7 wr 1 9E EYL4DERJ t W H ke Smith The Georgia convenuortlnlr- attfyiog the nominatiqn of Exf Governor fiokeCJSinith who re cenjbly won the gubernatorial nomination at the primary sug gested him for the Jpresidency Andwhy not In 1900 and 1908 whenever Mr Bryans nomina tion was suggested the corpori rtion papers ofthes east insisted tbat the nomination ought to go to the south Why not give the south a chance now Holte Smith is from the south He is a big man too He was in the cabinet he has been governor and will be governor again vW hy do the corporations papers not boom Smith Why WeP1 justread the foHowingfroinhisJ speech at the convention ad you will see He said The great corporations in Georgia must keep out of politias They must not be allowed by hired political agents to dominate or control legislation or admin i itrationSf Tnat eas his doom so far as the corporation papers are con cerned butitought strengthen himwit1i the people And the t theyiwas a gold man He was not tainted with free silver Why dbnt they start a boom forhtmt Because he madethe fatal mis akot voting for Mr Bryan Tjbatencled it with tHem he for e ted his claim I statesmanshipi But Hoke i ben1aauchcj by hls own state and we gaIl see whether it was southern manthe corpirationI papers wanted or simpTy a xe ppresentative of1 the corporations living in the south The Comoi I moner f Reliabre Medicine 7 N tNartotlt MrS IFoJI tle boy s life She writes Our little oy Contracted a sev re bronchial medicfnetcHoney and Tire in which I have great th4 It cured thecough as well at the choking and gagging spells and I begot weB in ashort time Foleys H uey and Tar has many times saved s5rnnch trouble vnd We are never without it in the ebuse Robertson Haydonv tp 0 Transylvania Stake f At Lexingtonc Tfie famous Transylvania Stake worth 5000 wUlhaye itcT 22nd renewalat the Lexington Trots on the third day Thurs t day October 6 It is for the annual trotting championship of the world Always agreat race this year marks its climax J Never before have such great take horses as Duqie Archdale 206it Billy Burke 206 + Hail worth v 061 Gatriar 207i Ma jor Strong 07tt Joan 06J Charley H 207 WIly lOst 3rvstallion208i Belvasja 205r in a trial and BeryaldOj Jocond by a nose in 206 eyerv frndt in the Transylvania 3QBt miss ii6 Take dvantage ofrthe hajf jjare on railroads and see it r VDont Break Down- S v Severe strains on the vital organs like strains on machinery cause breakdowns You cant overtax itomach liver kidneys Bowels fbr ioerves with ut sarious danger1to yourself If you are week or run iown or under strain of anyWnd take Electric Bitters themachless onic medicine Mrs J JEVande aande of Kirkland HJi writes That did not break down while endnnng i most severe strain for three months is due wholly to Electric Sitters Use them and enjoy health andstrengthj Sail efaction ppsitiv iy guaranteed 50c at Haydon t Robertson i Plays Queer Pranks l Danville EJy Sept 24 hen lightning struck the resir i j ience of George Crane on the Springfield pike yesterday af iernoon be was knocked across she vard hy a bolt A lot ol eatherboardmg was torn from the building but otherwise was not damaged Mr Crane is gradually recovering but will be sayeral weeks in enWrey regain log himselfSVWG Crawford during the Bame electrical storm was thrown from his bed and stun ad when the lightning struck his houseS New Prfeachers S Harrodsburg Kjv Sept 24IAt yesterdays session of the Methodist conference four young mimsters came into full connecii tion with the conference They were the Rev JiB Harris ofii Lexington the Rev R Btt Birch of West Llberjby the Revtt WR Johnson of Beech Forktt and the Rev J B Moss of Clay dOitrr tMrs Jacob WHmetj 1inco1u Ill found her way bacjc to perfept health She writes I sutrercwzth kidney Irtrouble andbackacheand my appitite was very poor at times A fewa weeks ago I got Foley Kidney Pills aand gave them a fair trial They They gave me great relief so oon tinued till now I utagain in peirfet health Haydon Robertson The Big Lexington Trots j 1l The greatest trotting meeting in the world begins at Lexington Tuesday October 4tlv and cou tinues two vteeks Each daya onn or more of the historic stake m races of Kentucky are contested and all the races are filled with the pick of the best horses dt the world meeting at Lexington ly for the first time this year There are over five hundred en t tries in the races and it will belthe greatest meeting ever l neJIJue musicbinEaatestOctober brAEIbdoIJitableergy are never found where Stomach tc Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of rtU you want these qualities and the success they bripg use Dr Kings New Life Pills the matchless a regulators for Keen brain and strong 2ic bodyat Haydqn t RobertsoIY tPu Ivne Farms Change Handsd IerMrs Cora B Sanders the pasti week sold to Virgil Sanders her farm of 202 ares situated a few miles west of this city The price paid it is understood was 22000 The place is considered one ofthe bestin the county tle Mr Sanders a day or two pre ious sold hi farm to T J earV rico s stated elsewhere in toE days paper Richard W Roberts has pur hase 1 of Edgar Carter his farm on the New Market pike about three miles west of Lebanon li he place contains 118 acres and the price paidi is said to have been 45 per acre Other real estate deals made b recently include Mollie Ssalding to Mamie R- ohrntLon o lot in Lebanon in the rear of the Lebanon Steam Laun dry consideration 400 Geo W Moore to John B Thompson a house and lot at t New Market Chapman Johnson to B N tl Tandy 96 acres between the Rolling Fork and the Lebanon Stewarts Creek and Hoflgen yule pike consideration 15QO JamesA Bowles toSauiGrjb bips 150 acres on Caney creek consideration 1500 sWillio Fay don to BjnT Hay don 108 acres on Cloyds creek consideration l200Lebanon Enterprise x hShakerism The follow ngarticlesv on the passing of the Society otSbaks ers will be r adwiih interest in this sectior us we have near Au burn one ot Clue yeryfew remain mgj Shaker villiges in the Unit edaStates The article appeared in Sundays Louisville Herald as a special from England Conn The Shaker of America are worth 20000 000 They own land in eigbt Spates iu the Hggre gate 82000oictesTl1eirweallh is piling up as invested wealth will Yet Shakerism is a failure The Shakers themselves tacitly acknowledge that it is a failure After over ahundred years of prosperity the United Society 1A of Believers iis planning to selljI its vast holdings of dissolvqiiand other property and its organization Fifty years ago there were 5000 Shakers iin thi cou ntry Twenty agcf tj hthereTod j jemje IQuIne s enterP rise he society has strangelj uccessfAik As uabhenn al church is dbomedEccf if The Lash ofa fiend would have been a out as welcomefQ Cooper of O wego N Y as a mpniiless lung racking cough thate defied all remedies for Yearst It s was moat troubles me at nightu he writes nothing helped me until I sed Dr Kings New Discovery which Vicuredt night owu Millions know itsll tiatchlessobstinate coughs sore lungs lagrjppe asthma hemorrhage croup whoop cough orhayfeyer It relieves quick and neverf aUs to satisfy A trial convinces 50c 100 Trial bottle free Its positively guaranteed by H vddKubertson reBridgeI Creek Downs IrI Thursdayof lust week the Coxs 6reekat JrQssb oads fell wth a crash now a wreck The bridge b sat eeiu in a precarious condition inorflOwnsmanMrcongratulating himself on his R narrow escape as he had passed of over the bridge in his auto ab utb n hour and a half before it fell of he is said to have been the last erson passing over the bridge nd noticing the threatening anger be made all possible speed In passing overBirdsitown Standard i jdr tanding it may 4j eIther acuteor chronic out whatever it is Foleys Kidney Remedy will aid you to get rid of it quickly and restore your 0Datpralof Foleys Kidney Remedy made me well said J Sibbull of Grand iew Wis Commence taking it at aydou Robertson Exciting Duel b Darivillef Ky Sept 24Po- Lceman Fj Greer engaged in a pitched battle with a burglar on Main street at Perryville at an early hour this morning The urglaras encountered as the policeman was passing a window 1 f the Martin Ma mon Com panys store and Greer called him tobalt- The intruder ran and Greer fired upon him The burglar turned and fired five shots at the of policeman Greer fired his piE ol empty and two shots from a shotgun ilhe burglar ran to I Ward Mitfchellsburg and left a bloody trail Laws shop was first broken Into to secure bars with which tApry store doors J open WhilOnVisiLi er 11J Jmr rHTOOnfnnhe Willis K r Roberts died at the ti ome of her isterMis Sid Brown near here Mrs Roberts whose home was in Djardstown i had been visiting her sister for la- everal weeks and had been seri ously ill for the past three weeks a Cancer was the cause of her deal l NoticeIf i Allisoiudebeltq Hen y nessy Baker will cair at the office of A urshtill JDuncaii nda settle the accounts furiswithout iItheri InIIn INot Goushing 1f Yet you may cough tomorrow Better be pr daYIwhen it conies Ask your doctor about Cherry Pectoral in the house Then when the or cough first appears ywuhave a doctors medicine at hand Your doctors approval of its use will certainly set all doujbt at rest Do as he says He lknows No alcoholl iin this cough medicine y c A yv Co Lowell Mass Robust health is a great safeguard against attacks of throat and lung troubles but constipation will destrow the best cf health Ask youroct C about Ayers Pub i7 J CASHIER GONE i4 the Farmers Bank of Salvisais in the Hands of a Receiver Hjhe FaimersJ3ankotSalvisa- his county was placed in the- andsot a receiver on Wednes afternoon due to the crook ietCank Trust Company of Law renc burg is nameaas receiver The same afternoon JT Cyen president of the bulk accomp nied by attorney Feland of klbawrencebuTg and expert ac untant Bturt of Giheionatf came here and wore outllwarIrant against Cashier Gaines charging him with making false on the books of the bank howi g that the Union Band pf Louisville owed the Farmers Bank 140Q Cashier Gaines ent to Louisville Wednesday of last week lleaving a written no ce of his resignation hanging over themantelpiece in the bank bnildin and has not been seen r heard from siTCQe Friday His wife Vent ib Louisville Sun ty to Ok for him and on Tues day thinking he had probably home and that she had is ed him she telbphoued to alvisa making inquiries if he had returned or if any one there could give her any information s to his whereabouts The ank has a capital of 20000 nddeposits amounting to about 47000 The resources iinclud g bunking house furniture and- xturesare about 79000 W Hurt ail expert accountant Cincinnati ttfSnlrfirl fin IIP oks al day Tuesclay and part Weaaesaay and is still at work otlem Just what the shortage will prov6 to be is mostly a master pf conjecture so faa d tIlbIiK offipuls Jet ie g1itt pancies so fathov a short age of something more than 8000 It is said that a note purporting to Joear the signature f Mack Ransdeii was found among the other notes in the bank and no record of this note could be rfound on any of the books Mr Eansdoll pro nounces it a forgery The offi cials and stockholders of tins ark are ot the sound element ol the Salvisa community Jrr yeu is President Ed Gill Vice president and Taylor Royalty Thomas Royalty Mack Ransdell and Bright Kennedy compose the Board of Directors On Monday before leaving for LouIs- ville Cdshier Gaines sold bin home in Salvisa to C J Hawkins for 1500 It iis sdid that in rupning through thee notes of the bank it was found that many them nave been paid but no entry made of he payment Mr Gains is about 38 years old and has alwife and one child The wife is heartbroken over the actions of her husband We are told tfmt no man in the Salvisa neighborhood had more friends than Cashier Gaines ft is said that hhas been a steady drink and people from tins county who haw him on the grounds at the State Fair at Louisville say was in air intoxicated condi on The people back of the bank are able to make good th sbprtajje and we are toid that the deppsitPrs will not lose adol MrGaiueswasa native of AndersPn county and wasunder 10000 bond vith a Louisville Guarantee Company Harrods burg HeUld v When Merit WinsI When the medicine you take cures our dseser tones vp your system and ixakes you feel better atrmifjer nd more vigorous than before That wHat Foley Kidney Pills do for you all cases of backache slcepldss es8 and general weakness thae aused by any disorder of thekidneys or bladder jBaydon Bobectsoni Narrow Escape Danville Ky Sept 21t180 oddck last nit theFentire stock store building residence ofLutesJ3ro31Jat family barely escaped in ttinir nightclothes Nothing was saved Incendiarism is suspected Bloodhouns are on the trail I IHardsty 1 oWe are haying plenty o rain dlvantaget t t as it is causing tobacco to house burn o Miss Ollie Gray returned home from the city Monday last wheje HInHI Grove and Walter Jeffries j of Louisville were callers at Pine Grove Sundayafterzoon Mr Albert Cher and Miss Lucy Barrow drove to Spring field Stinday afternoon and were quietly married Mesdames SiG flardesty 0Wallerdaughter Miss Ollie spent Prii day with Mrs Eliza Mitbhel Mr J H Gray recently purchased of Edd Grace two calves Mr and Mrs Mit Cheser are rejoicng over thearriyal of a girl in their home Mr Walter Lewis wife RcdI son spent Sunday night at tbe fatters mother Mrs Mollie Williams Master Roy Sutherland was In dUr mydst one day latweek Mrs R H Hardin pent Fri day afternoon with Mrs Eliza Mitchell J H Gray sHdrttfS G Hue destv one heifer at 2850 beat so sold a steel to Colie Hardin Mrs D Goaletfc anti tyife spent Saturday tiignt and Sun day with the latt parantsxMiv andMrs Tom Virgin w Mr Charley Shehan of Maud i was in thisf community Sdturdajrfr t Saved His LiP91 All1 thought Id lose my lleg writes 3A Sweusen Wafertown Wia Ten sears of eczema th tJ5 doctors could not cure had at hut laid mC up Tifhen Bucklsris Arnica salve curd sound and well In lalliblft jx ecHPjPJast JJczfcma Salt Rheum Boils Fever Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and Pils25di at Haydon Robertson t Prornnt Man PsesrayBa- rdstown Ky Sipt 23A- R Carothers one of the most widely knownand admired citi zeus of Kentucky died Thursday afternoon after an illness of several weeks His death was occasioned by cancer Mr Carothers was sevefttyone years of 4ge and during his entire life had teen prominently identified with the growth of the State He was especially interested in the development of Kentucky through the medium of State and county fairs for many years being prominentlY identified with the Nelson County Fair From the beginning of the State Fair hegave unsparingly ql bis time and inerest toward its develop ment ahd wasone of the great est factdrsin its success Mi parothers jis well known in Louisville and was at onetime assistant custodiqn of the Cjstomhoue serving under Ben Johnson then Collector and cus tocIaanI J AS a member of the firm of Carothers Bree for many years the leading1IrinofBardst- Own Mn Garothers became know nto a wide circle of people Ihroughoutthe County B eowas a member of the Maspcic rderI and for twentyfiye years a leading member and elder in the Presbyterirn church Mr Carj others is survived by his wife Bud one son James Carotbers whore with his faflier t For Salor Rent My farmcontrtining about 118 1 acres good Dwelling tenant 2 house3 good barns good ror 4 chard well watered Tbiis one 2 4ofcounty Plentyof good land for 1 all kinds of crops For furthm 1 parliculars call on i it tRnER n Rj vNotice5yJ f The firm of J wJarboeGo IviOgsold thfiourmIll to Mc Whorter W ellSj all persons nowing t themselves nSebted o1 the old firm are rqaestedto call 1 and settle promptlYJ r Jf W t JARPO CO 1j F a i9Aia4R Jtf I t i c Jn Earnest WhlngtonCityIber of our subscribers is asfol lows Newsppersover tile entire pnderaoffice department meant business about tWo years ago swhen it said aJl1ub crlpiQq in thE jEu ture must not be allowed to be inarrears over one year TJie postal officials are calling en the newspaper thrpugbontlhe conn try to send ihem a swOrn list ojtv their subscribers4 indicating how many mail subscribrS are in arrears overtwelve months Not havespme receiyed one n09 Lice1 buia succession of thorn followed up to insure thejwtj be ingputi in good shape and for thejfirst time newspaperpublish efare made to realize t atthesa- rulineabp1r to them 5tiisrnl ing jneans that a publisher lis no longer able togive unlimiied crediltO his subscribers auditbat he must baveap id up list or he will be cited to appear atI Wdsh ington to show cause why his secondclaas postageraJiesh6bjd not be withdrawn as has been done in several cases over tlw country U We trust bur subscribers wjli appreciate the positiqpin which v veareplaceiby this ruling and call at this office or send Tor amount subs rip iop d eag evwill tfd compelled to take train our list those who are in arrears lor twelve months or more To Represent Wendlinf Hr J R Ulenaents attorney of Joseph Vejidlinsrj said today that AUdrney John W RaywiI1 assist him in that case Wendl Lug Will be presented in Qourt Octwber 3 and Mr Clementswill insist upon ati early triICbu-v V 1 ner Journal 3T 8i An EmpireSoia at Auoudii Th Romnn emilire was once Rold1l- the highest bidder Oil the death of rertlnnx In 193 iUevPnieioran puiirds put up the empire for sale bYnuction and after nn animated competition between Sulplclau updJ unnultv05 knocked down to the latter for CJ250 drachrau Thq Romans held RuctIons of various kinds the proceedings beii Ing iriucli fhi samj In nil ciS The anctU sub liastji which vusa sale of plunder was Keld under a spear stuck in the rouiidrhe inaglsternuctlbnla amongII1lils v TThofB Little Dishes Rinwjr urisIKsr first nunil iita coup tr IioteJ xvhtii m1 vas im veora ild iml till exjurhuce was Uli i nt Hi1 was espeiJally fllrre loU Intleileftlim or siimll thick dishes aintztl- 1ipgIle tinier stattend nbuut hi ihue Wliwi lu went home he pave lIiiI tktrljt1s Or liii IIWII Aud what do yunrtljnk timmniu Ic ioiKkjdHl tft1IIIIlti ofHi hhl suit lie tllrt tnLt t H4ill Cc1JtLI it r r the for the 4year mules 2 3year old hOrrnU1b s 5 2year old roiare mules jyearling mare mulesi r l Jyearpld horse 2year bid horse 3 br ood mares1ind colts t 1 3year old brood mare 2 registered Shorthorn cows 1 Shorthorh bulll 1 registered Shorthorpf heifer 3 grade cows i JL IJerseycow i 2year old steer is- year1ingtecxu j f grade calves Z r itjjersey Keifers J 1 rood fws i 42 feeding hogs 10Q to i200 lbs now Se Separator J 28x50 wiwl b stacker and feeder lnew Case Engine i feMrle power 1 hay baler 17x22 i 2 DeerinjgLbipders t 2 rnoyirerst 5k 2H BERTRAM NAMED BY f fTo Opp Powc a I eaVEl r tifY rf r SbmersetAi6 S ateSeri ator EIzra i rot A1binvoIjo tt county W J dominated for Oonjr s byf h Eteventh district D4li t Cunveritlod whIci coIeTtoday r t I 4 1l0nP WvttIItr4 ll Of leycondty crtr t 55 votes to fTaitfias 4 bif iifirst llokvTh e QnyentroHa coT dllinj icIleverin fWi t trict wera so jaiU sihaa y POl i5iilll 7COnventjoAft1lM 7 it3Oclockby Jarns17k fltrQmJ7courthouse wu crowd4 riflowing The Rev Mr Iai a sbbountiesj the dsirictl ero pt two iiL4 seited by enhtusiatk I1Itioni ij1f filler Democrat i tkWd4iiis gOipKtu work bppjj ft ers and when Nov bc rilaround and the tote HI Gilv fl lrowers iis not a ti l he will know that iftm1ttfiv Tun beet hottltthj8 trait f J The n moOrtiizJ Ui district are caucsin4ijand a pan of etajtojgft t 1s j mapped out M ftj llleaders Werfi iitAera t the C yti f iihave pledged abe De l r nominee their piiDemocrats by iofU Vote and lVJW lcndet fP j lieced Powers can p the votes iin Nor J polled in the priMary I t rJl t Jant aC IItjtIIs Frankfort KypSftt tt 6ctalltllflo jdacyto succeed ntitnf TVnijML IJ isybyMr Jamet defiladed b- afheraeujttil lftliw tbItIcast on the last ballot in bylthe iLegislatur iii joiafc Mr jatoea akl iew tto a eini didate even if ib J akbdciii shouldtcrry thHois3H ctaredthtjiie5ayoceJ bus tion of Cbainj 01ji jJ3IiraYJi y wiles fromAfancJr bypayiig pstuns va tnotice ALflZI ibj 1ftt 4t 4ff4 Havmdecidcd to quit far ingI will on priJssiii- mhursday SptJngfield on I t 11 Octoberp r I AT IO OQLPCK Aa tIAoffer sale tqhqiighest bidder f2llowingprrsotiel Three old registered PolanChlnaBr 1 2 NTt 1laeltdump iake ii ri U4 2hoewagona 4 j oihrQ t 1 s t ilriU thLf t j4 COl1ldriW i 1I1n ico a1ar1 o1nwdMi1I 4hayframi ldl chrraw Ixolter 1 cum cutttiv 4 i Ji M 2eripn iMl 1 4 t iM I i c I 2 i i2 pir ftii t f1xiimaoiit1jtaf J f 4+ fLPiowiissi it t t l tF r 1 ks= 1ig 1 LL 4l t4 TERMS AH sunw nder II M k mm mtmm GIlJfC mbnlhl with lmt from date of sale and due noteiltltAf t VL f 0 1 t z 7 1l Jlf nSIl8D I PIMGPaLDKYKa KaiI VQBUS1S1U JiTlUT y L Js3tUI t e 6 IMbrnrLII r1 lgarTj i vi1M4Dcoork otliI 1Is h CreioM1 Dr M rsli tbM ws heY az- mdor r 1 1 jJ bsr Hoe JBia Jobftcoa P w tJJIII eiaiie iMttiM Sand tkIedtM a ri oetOleyTDao iinUbs dirict H steads f i4atf Word wittt iOi Mbrtj cm i iiis rt qwsso s U11III 9 It oSrL Wbfl U1e 1r IM zpet to ItT a ili ia ibt JrHMt k- prortn 1awy bo Ottt tr aDed jowalwfcek DJiacf aaiiL jojoriJ4M Mr JeMMMi ias tha 41st aopbIBptMslbtIv ad with the DourR power his sii1 aSss Iii epscw will M iia sdaid aiasaios YalllaPle IIDo or np l 1 Ii ts ltrJC if will do tiwlr tort1 pails om November tbVstn andI for BK JohBsonWEliza bsIbt0WZNSwL j- iCoL J Theodore Bboeeyelt was ofttiM Ktw Yorir IttpiblioM OwirMtktt at Albany yesterday bjr a TOU of 608 to 44 SrecwYed bf Vies PntSherlHD the iY1llOllllIaMor tbe Stan committee TIte ioSPrMOt W1O of I 7 eoliaotwo to eecprt the ii Cokwtl io tbe start Col Abra j IMMB Ctrvber of Nsw York wle a titter attack OB Col IWo ya1- tr oftiMaUof tfct Old Guard 1m Wi speech Cot Roosevelt piiitto the adrainistra tie or dent Taf laid before tbe coBTWiUon adjourned for tbs 4ay ia K d tb cm ittHODlf veIJ1treofbbinassubmflted t t ILIz f ftjiJL i lrswjU Tbompwm atUnded rb Msho4iit Ooifrsiioe t r twflSatjdala1td Bun i y r ar rJriH of Loiis TJUe r yexai days with I t sObsr1sy and Ed L1t8y- I JaiLed visited Mis t EtsBor Rwd Mtsral dsys last Wftk Mr and Mrs J OPolin spetion Tps ayithMr and Mis J 1RMLMr Fruik Yankey spent Sat arayaadSundaj in Harrods mtbarg liiM wrd Mrs FR Ntale 4 Miss Marfis Graham has r tsraM jJSrulelda1ter a nit Iiofrldihere 1 iMiw Alice Jon pentMouJ j lay Jt lfbt with MM JasMorani Ja Mr sad MfWi1 Merrittlnd 4ly War in Dnville 8undltr JiILsnorBedspentTue s 47with Mii SrahRee r Mr JMW Williams visited MrcIy LsyBudayosm MM Woffrd spez t a dfIJMOOrsy e J L I I fr Br R D wnr- aiB8 ea the vital organat aig 09 BBaohlaery causeS kit OWML You Cant over x tr scb liver IkWbieyi bowels or tI without sirleas danger tf Ilfytare week or ru t3 II or udtc trala of aayklad t take Electric MHcrs tie aiatcWesf ttfc l hieo J E Vi de aae fIlrkiadi1ILtSdWaetbrakwhU endnrinff at3pthiKTere itralil for three sIS Cp to irt U tb MenJoyha1t- v lirei tre rtkr3B tI ifactloa positi ti fH ramte a 6c at Haydda r MOiI1i- rgMl Mrs MaryIt II MaryPtwo veffi roIIIi IrstarasI1 at so41a4 tkir ho s 8tss1 wife a oCra4 s- iTEWjTr k1arn t Sunday with Mr and Mrs Saw xOO1 Mr c1ss M T Mrs 0 A Wall Mrs frCfiaitb MIL Alb rt Wall WorB4W1l SiftdayMnMrc Hal Boblitt and George Ma lspat Saturday and Sun 4iay WItliXeltWSt at Woodlawn T1MrsndMrsWiII Mw Barricka cf WortfiinR toa lad and isa Emma Wall LJlrL MiM Martha Tucker MrsI Palmer Goatley and daughter Mrs J R Ferguson were guests TuefdayMr and Mrs Hamlette Davil ofLouisville are guests of Mr Dads sister Mrs T1J Settle Saved His Lfj All thought Id low my leff writes J A Swensen qf Watertown that15doctorslaid me up The Bucklsns Armlca Salre cmOl squid and well In fallible n eruptions Eczema al yoti t ru sCuts and Piles 2Sc at Hay don It RObertson I UND SAtE jloidtj October fOtb W will sell at Public Auction attbfr Court House door inj Gretngburg Ky at i oclock p m the following described three fcacte of laud in Green Connty Ky The Old Lewis Homestead tb pareeGreenaburg Station is the fiwit tract and contains 198 acres about 125 acres tillable the other 15 acres in fine timber oak pop Jar ash walnut sweet gum sycamore hickory maple andJ eci This tImber Is mostly ry fine quality and very valu ablyl This trtcttcontainS1 tin the improvements composed 6f l oargefog with Ell contains ten large roomsralao good stable aid large tobacco barn Nearly all the till able land Is fertile and very pro ductive adapted to corn smallI grain and burley tobacco Second tract known as thtzBates place contains 155 acres iOO tillable about 55 acres in timIIII ber composed of maple sycamore walnut and gum This tract lies on the Greensburg1 and Campbellsville road one and ehalf miles from Greensburg ilroid stationwThe third tract Jies six miles from Campbellsville and seven ile from Greeasburg on Mea dOwCreekon mile from White oodrailrosdstation contains 8 acres abquIialf of this tract timberb t Possession will be given Janr 1911j or before if possible All these trictswill be sold on a credit of six twelve and twentym four months notes witbapproc ed security The right to reject any and all1bid8 is reserved Bonndries wile be fonaa fully set out in Deed books as recorded inI Green County Cbur Clerks ftlce Jthft W and Wpdson Lewis Executors of the Will of Annl W Lewis Deceased JacobjHacob Wilmet LIncOln Ill 11 backwa pheesell pIt3jM l l ttmesii1wIweekaBel gave theta a f4ir 7heycOntinuedg perfet health Haydon Robertson rI STRAYED From my ftTm ut two heifer weekSgO7001bl on leading IasrecoverytII 4 t ii S3 SO Round Trip from Sprlngfi iqJ gway stationii jB JtJar train 600 am rft fORc THE CHILDREN The Five SeniML Game Wb a your Xrienda come to See you plan the game of senses As bear lag te the first named of the senses testt their hearing first fr Give sect guest a slip of paper and a pencil and ask him to write down the sounds be bears Arrange to ye some ode outside to blow a born ttle two sUcks together sound a ptano violin pound a tin can etc will cause mucb funaTo testtttbelr seeing put ten small artlclejs on tbe table while the guests shut their eyes Then with open eyes nndJFor tasting they mUst with closed eye taste apple bread butter sugar salt and cinnamon nothing unple s ant and write down tbe various foods Test in the same way their smell1 Irigf qualities placing for an Instant ufider their noses flowers perfumes bags with spices gr en vegetables etc The senserof todcb can be made funny by offering them a glove filled with ice abanana an orange gela tlQoet For all the tests except seeing eyeS must be kept shut until the tests are put out of sight Tbe one who has the most correct answers should receive n prize Things to Forget Forget the faujts of other peoi1etForget your enemies and remember ur friends Forget all gossip as socut as you bear It IIorget doubts nnd fears and remem ber hopes and faiths Forget your own failures and re member your successes Forget tbe pin pricks slights and trivial offenses Incident to nUIlife Forget to do nay one an Injury but remember to do every one a kindness Forget the evil people of history and remember the good ones who hays made the world better Forget all bitterness cynicism mis anthropy and rememb r kindness philanthropy and helpfulness Forget whatever uncleanness you lave read seen or heard and remem ber purity chastity goodness Forget the pains you may have traf fered and remember the health and- inissness you have enjoyed for years V Forget the darker aspect of nature save In jap far as to avoid perils and Fremember the harvests and the sun shine Forget blasphemous and vulgar words and remember the clean and Splendid words of our noble English language + JFreaks Among Goldfishes That monstrosities among certain kinds of fishes may be produced by violently shaking recently fertilized va Is well known among fish cultur Ists lna paper published In the pro ceiedings jot the Academy of Natural Sciences Professor Ryder holds the belief that It Is in this manner that the orientals accompllsb the produc tipn of double tailed forms of fishes They would thus get some complete- dopbe monsters some with two beads qd a single taU and some with double onlyJotildbeing selected ijnd bred would in nil probability have the tendency to re produce this freak and by Judicious selection It is quite possible that the Wriation would become flfked Saved by His Pog Many years ago a Thames waterman as sleeping in his boat pear rllam mersmltb when just as the tlde was turning anti the water began to the boat broke Jfrom Its moorings ehbI I drifted n 1t was carr liKl along so silently bJtbe tide hat the man wJ not rused4but slept on while the boat was caugbfunder the bows of a barge and began to tilt with water But for tunately tbe mUD bad his dog with him Intbe boat and the faithful animal naw tbe danger which threatened Its sleeping master it began to tugat ntly8cratsucceeded In wakingkhim end the an was able to sate tbejboat uncles cape from drowning Fair Play Is a Jewel A sailor from a manofwar was standing one day In Pembroke dockyard watching two men dragging a crosscut saw through an onk log The o saw was rather blunt the wood was tougb and there they sat opposite end other pushing and pulling away Jock looked on thinking over the matter while At length be made up his mind that the men were ptJUng tto see who could get the saw Sibe one man was little and the other a big ralrIlay He then gave the big one a box n tbe ear pulled the saw out or tbv HUYIQgbig fellow may run utter you nljid take It away troth you i tA Japanese Ship Launch Wljen a ship launched InJnpnn a biglraKe Is hung from the bow with twenty or mon liirdK Iiiit Justt as Iii iiriiiv nits the writer the side ot IIIH iiI tjjs thrown open mid the birds fiv mit uncl hitter nround tne KhliasjliinTilie the water The hiptin e su thnf this Is a srn tuvt ttw xiiiji will rill freely ns thv Mdt 11 1 FALL OUTING ALL ORD FOR MAMMOTH CAVE WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 12 Og eyeoing for promenade dance Cookery 1 f Points A woman who always dresses the salad at the table has various accompaniments brought to her with the oil nd vinegar Sometimes a sweet red pepper chopped very fine Is used at another time bard boiled eggs reduced to flakes serve as a foundation for the dressing Chervil and chives chopped Very fine are sometimes In the bottom of the bowl and when the salad 6 plain lettuce there may ben slice of onion chopped very fine or a green pepper minced oneven a tomato The three tablespoonfuh of oil and one of vinegar saltand paprika go Into the bowl Whatever it contain and e 1mulsiedA New Soup Note ry one knows that the coma mon field sorrel makes a soup that li popular In France A cultivated kiwI with larger leaves and somewhat Icis acid flavor than the wild kind is some tlInes found here In the fancy markets 1Washt 1he1chives5withcook very slowly for ten minutes At tthe end of the time add three Cupful of boiling water with salt and pepper and boll for five minutes Remove from the Ore stir In the beaten yolks of two eggs and turn Into a soup tu reen over croutonssSpiced Plums For the sirup allow ono pound of sugar to each pound of fruit and a scant pint of vinegar to every three pounds of sugar To each peck of plums allow one tablespoonful of ground cinnnmonj one of cloves one of mace and one of RlIsplcePrlck each plum well with a darning needle add the spices to the sirup and pour the slrup boiling hot over the plums Let them stand three days then skim put the plums and boil the sirup down un quite thick sothere is Just enough to cover the fruit Pour hot over the plums Set away In a stone Jar with par tlln paper over the top t Sweet Apple Pickles Make a sirup with three poundSo sugar and one pint of vinegar and while It Is heating put In abut a teafspoonful each of cloves and and a stick of cinnamon broken ln bits When the sirup boils up weli11t In seven pounds of good cooking apples pared cored and cut in quarters Turn them over gently with a wooden spoon being careful not to bleak them Cook until you can penetrate with a fork and then turn into Jars More apples can be added from time to time if you have them in a stone crock until the crock is full These will keep for a ar Apple Lemonade Take sixtnrt apples three lemons onequartet stick of cinnamon four cups of sug two bay leaves one 2cupquartermnd core the apples Put them Intd the kettl with the raisins bay leaves and cinnamon Add two quarts of water and bring to the boiling point Add two Quarts more of cold water in which the sugar and grated rind of the lemons nod orange have been dissolved Simmer slowly half an hour strain and when ready to serve add the Juice of the lemons and the orange Set on Ice until very cjold ft Spiced Pears To seven pounds of fruit one quart of vinegar three pounds of sugar and a tablespobfu1h of cloves and stick cltmamon Put the fruit sugar and spices in the Jars lo layers and let stnnd overnight in tbe morning drain the Juice and hfIt Bpjl up then pour over the fruit Repeat this proc ex und on the third morning add via egar to the sirup nnd when bolllnp tufn In the fruit ad cook until the peiirs ure tnihsparent and can be pUnwJ wltb n fork Oatmeal Cooks Sift ti qunrt lif Hour rwlre with a ipiispoonftil of suit nnd one of LakInir soda undo stir Into It three dry ontmepl When the meal and flour are thoroughly mixed udd u cupful of melted butter und two cupfuls ot powdered sugar Add enough cold water to make a dough thnt can be rolled out roll thin cut Into round IJnbakrrKeep In a tin box in a dr place I Try This Sna1ljh1te Turnips cut Info dice Itrowned slowly in putter boiled tender In stock or hot water flavored with beef extract anti then mixed witfi a sthiltcan of pens that bare been drained from tlieif liquor ant heated through und servffl with crou tims Is u French way of cooklng the familiar vegetable Corn Pudding Cut from the cob Mat rather th7corneach cupful of corn on cupful and pe beaten egg odd a spoonful of butter pepper and salt to taste put Into a baking djsh Bnkc twenty minutes until a light firown V THE DRY or off S55O J Pays All Your Hotel Expenses including board and the admissions to he Gave t i1 LARIfL BILLS FOR PARTICULARS jWirPhone L N Ticket Agent f i t I a T PUBLICSALE- I t In order to dissolve partnership we will on Wednesday October 8tht beginning at 10 oclock am on our farm 4 12 miles from Spring field on Blpomfield pike near Valley Bill Kv offer for sale to th highest and best bidder the folio Tfing property Our farm of 168 4GRE1Bhaving on it a golid five room dwelling house with excellent im proveinents hag two wells good oubjildings two tobacco barns and one gocd stock barn AU thisjand is good tobacco land and aUlo high state of cultivation rpsonal Propety 1 twofy ear t4d mare in foa- lthreeyear i 1 old mare in foal four year old mare in fotfl I ten year old good family mare in foal v gpod iborse mules from S ito DI Vyparsold llmare muje Quryearsold 2 twoyear OldcnartS mq1es weanling thule horse colt two year old horse jgood Steers weighipg about 1100 Ibs 4 good Heifers weighing about 800 lbs + Southdpwn laOOOTobaccoSticks Iimprerafiits LTELMSAlf sums 10 cash that on a c edit of months perrnaIJr DINNER O2ST GROUDDS RSW5 WMUDP SiMI OAMfPBELL Auctioneer 1fjbIjcaleofP 8 J1gImplements f SpringfieldWed esdayyjOctobor 119 Sale to begin at 1230 oclocksharp will Be an bybiddingand Hite7 Clements 8 head 1100 Ib steers cows all subject td register 2 regis tered to be fresh soon 1 twoyear old Shorthorn Bull yearling Steers 2 yearling Heifers t1I 2 suckling Calves 1 4year old brood and good work Red Bird mare in foal to Jack a good mare mule ccIt by her 14 year ol Lgoodbrbodand work mare a good horse colt by her side 1 8year old Chester Dare mare broke to ride and driye 1 5year old County Member good har ns and saddle horse 1 yearling German Coach horse colt 1 10year old horse a good worker positBan2 interestfromSpringfield Ky R w CROCODILE TEARS OM Legends the BrutesShed Them Over Their Prey There was nn old to which we hid reference In Eliiubethan III their prey Xp doubt the lopciid arose because frho crocodile large ly developed luchryntn gldiids but nppenrs In various niiuisliiK forms As early as the fourteenth century In MnndevllfosTrnvels vo find In that contre hen greatt plnuicc of okn Jrlllos Thclse len men nhtl JJUI ttin ln vpjyjipii liyhikins voyages Whether bewas n mar tDedlhnn or not we do not know but he writes Ills nnttjre Js ever when he would hnve his prey to cry an sob like q Chrlstlun Wily to provoffe tfthem to como tohlrnnhdtlHm h inntchcd at them And thereupon awe this that Is applied unto women when weep Lacliryinno crocodlll ili jjinviinlnR whereof Is thntt ns theVrocotlllo when he crletli co th thomnbout most to deceive so doth n woman most commonly when she wecpeth In Fullers Worthies 1s tho milled information that the crocodiles tears are never true save when he Is forcefl where saTfron Rrowoth Shoke spcare Spenser and Dryden allude Itus old world fancy J Still a Housekeeper at 1H Aileghenymountainswoman who Is ShehasJ inJftAugonherthatslfelff1y etsomeloborn In ISOO with her Jluri hut huppv find huuhullfnot nave n hutisJeipr or a servant She ayn site Is strung enough tto tdo her wn work njid to yttond to her own vutrji n would bother her If the did not have nn Income for her npairt Shp nvj Uoiould earn ber wo liiiout aiy trouble She linn Ifvpd thn simple llpShe Ha8r Yirknd irHtho tSlill3Hndtshe has beori tnt1ier 7t c4 P 1 Jeffrey Heifer tl y l yearlJtig Shorlihorn Heifer 1 cow apd calf V 2 Milch Cows v it 2Q hea of Ewes 2 good Sows due to pig 11 head Sholesi weighing about 80 lbs 2 twjj horse wagods About 30 acres pf Corn Quattitv of Hay apd Oats Farming and either things loo numerous to m njtiqn l under Over amount percent i0 r This ab t side Thai story constant soriitimS proverb they there ficnt not living 3 twoyear old mare mules 1 5year old good work mule 2 sows and13shotesj About 800 bushels corn 3jBtacksOafa r FlCft log Chins f V V rj ing Buckeye Cultivators 1 single shovel plow 1 lnewScedFan 80 tooth Harrow r II 1 wagon and bed 11 low wagon 2 pair stretchers 1 14 inch riding breaking1ow 1 Deering Mower 1 Buckboard gearinghousehold thingstoo CLEMENTS SON McElroytf Whgrton Real Estate Ants Ve have Inoui hands for sale theI following described property all oft which we will be glad to 8hot anyone that wishes to buy property t t100 Farm containing 115J4 acres well located good six room dwelling tenant house and barn pnce 4000 101 Farm of 180 acres 5 room dwelling houEr 2 barns price 32 per acre 102 FanA 10771 acres 3 miles from Mackville hI103 FaYmfof ias aces seven and One miles from Springfield good tenant house andtw barna mostly in grass price 70 pr are andtgood land and well fenced Price 4500 107 Farm 170 acres located 5 mites from Springfield Ky small house stock and tobacco barn well fenced and watered Psice 60 per acre IIOSFarm 170 acres one mile from Ma kville well improved in every wayj lays well and in A high state of cultivation Price 12000 109 Farm of 84 acres 6 miles from Springfield smallhOU 40 per acre SandgoodbnnJ1 110 Farm 17qacres Spripgfield 5 roam dwelling smiiI stock and tobacg barn iid tfwJy fenced Price 45 jperacre 111 Farm 140 acres 3 12 miles from 11 Springfield nice dwelling and barn all 1grass7 i 7S field 213 iIChildrent iI f FOR Fi IHE OryII C S ttI IIIPun Jf1 i to c ruuill ttt + t QF rlur TW Hf fJL u On the farm of I H TPhurman in ef5rW ffffield Ky we will sell to the highest bidder tk foiowSt Live Stock on October j tii 1 i 0 Registered Cattle El venheadof Registered ASigiif Cattle iincluding 3 Bulls i rr Jerseys 0 80 head high grade Jersey Heifers all bred to very fine Registered Bull V Registered Saddle Stock Several registered Saddle Mars and ithebestbredI registered Stud Colt Red Bird ev6r sTred MU1M ii3 15 4lbeat Mule MatH Ia the qI of them threeyear el a by Ceiity y rt1itMember JalaadMqis f frfftwn veryfine yesr1in1Jas a hyearling Mules So 4j j t i orI j fabout 40pure bredDoe reriel iU L il 4 Lunch Served 5at 11 am Ytt r 4Sale promptly at 1130 4r l 1t t 7ttrTERMS20andunder cash Oyr20 six jsfce time interest from date with foodp rsooal security s4 i ble in either bank i 0 kThis will be an absolute sa1of crerythMf pt vp fwithout any sort of bybidding f iJJIIUrmanTt q sITIi t t TIT- II r I YOU CAN HAt rt I Warm Rolls Pies Cream Light j 1 t J 4 and Rye Bread r I every morning t iiw oclock by tele j IIphoninorcaflingat BroM r i r Z il1 rtlIl t W II Phone 69 4 ItHf vA rYOneofour Grape JuiceII 1 t t RoduotioiIiL l J I IIs l Ir 2 t c 1 Desiring floor space to place our Fail lin of Heaters kaf we will eJO per 4t cent off on all bur Ranges andCookijgSEvs that we have on hand Beginning October 1st t4 the railroad requires a1stoves phlpc t lie 4 4t4crated and will raise the price from 1 10 to 25 Per Cent f t t On the stovo YOu now hive tin dutm it avoid these extra charges by iHryinf tt M t and also gut advantage if tin tO per tart to L count we are offering YUCIIM ii a taks Wbuy r L9ZEAVJ r o iii I r I JI- I IIFOR RUVTD f SALE t a fi EFirstOlass Jt f 1 I BOWL lEN GT it7 A t r 1 I Ift ALLEYt I i J 2 j i I inEJirs 1lasi j coridi- tion ti ir I Ajp1yati Jonae 0 Ef t eacThan j iL t 4 t2 i elU1 I I I TY = h I- cfo ellt t1 0Ph t I 7 DRG llftftlDENT T DNTITII XPETM EXTRACTED tfIt U3t PAIN4- iPsiaiiiuuit JfciMk up MIri itc PRII2LD xr 11 Bcatri Work Strictly Fir tcla f DR J GMUCD Pk lid Slrgeo t4 Os1osSto9a0milorpm om over Kaydoaa Drugorca J1L yimpton iD 1fftq1M OKra Mse OIW4ItJArhIAt N S 4S4tN- OR1Gt as iJ FJ l t a ATTONEYAT LW 1O wPeopIe Uk- iJBPiUNGmLD K- YDrMIIW HYATT j oce over Bd Cross Drug 8tpN Ofioa hbHrsi Pyatt 1080 iito 12 m 4 to5 jpm JOtIYAYE- SuIi uECTORPl R iiralA MBAlMER fiLEPKONPAiLPflGHT74 ty SPfiBGFIELD n RailrMd SiiduI Followingl Iis the time schedule 4POW ieffecA SU the 3ardstownS- and SprlngSild brancli railroad i wMo 41IAavei Louisville at t tOp m Brdstowli Junction 0 fi2tip m Bardstown 6C6 p mi arrlvai at Sprin tield 655 pm No 42LeaVcs Springfield at Se9QBrdtt6wa Junction 730 a m anyto at Lau svI e 820 a inaNo 43 Ltites Louisville at v- l720a t m Bardstown OunctioL 855 imlrlUrs1town 1005 a nt Jrrivssi at Springfield ll40 p uio No 44 tieaytfi SpringfieldI t 100frm I3ardaton 220pm l JiarditoJln Junction 410p mi on rriyes t ouisvile 645 p 5JNo 90 naaysonly4Leave5- Spvigfie1d tam Ba dstdwn OQ aJ Bardstown Junction 4 j 45 a inVilrrifeii at Louisvillt 3a5am N o 91 Sundays 4 only Leaves of LoaivitIt 600 pm Bards a torn Junction 645 p in Bards Ii780 p in arrives at Springfield at 825 p m LQ Ti ShadefrUitand p REES 1 EirerythiDfor Orchard Lawn and rden t Write for Catalogue B No agents N iv lllLLENMEYER tci t Lexington Kyr f v sTbbr tsk atid lutJr inr etIn r pmud ofL UtlttIr rity fIIt to4jufl er thafjIt I htjt4Mli n1itw4it the BfminR of tJ tJltltN 11rFIIr IJP perpifjxliy 1iliiti ZI t JUlh cif ntII F IIltjIClufuflluclr ryIng iIt ivttiwkwtd IeCllf1frs 1dntllIlHtlt s to In svinh o t THrlf tj Ttourst Ii c h H7J been Iud 8 qIctl1lt rf fr piizts vfeW lt Iiin otrI ll1r ffthnflP I- Irif t 1Zrffn t1t1ttR i IIJl tiih4t- rpr1MhU n4espr1g1t nJyoiiiuSt ifl fun l ItIOfrP tisgtjtt rlllu ifAntpU1 t L Inlft ontmipt oi Itc his tinnghtor ti iIy rpmrkd hIm yery jdaprrotvWt It WoUld he to gt ashore with Jlrtt label tr nnd tlielr bath Cleaning a Black tkirt Tfl cleau i i1th Jtr lay rite stIrttally as iMissliijK ou u xiean table Reirtov all wv lIIU vlth brown paper I1Ilit lieI tfoiKtheii with a apoQge liifjHHl iu xfrutiK1 fyffee rut Over the lIIf tin dn ss pnylu peclali rtfieinlon lotUe froyl anil wise MtfeAlrt AVht u she wljole df the k1hRS bwfu ftpfmped owllj8 tftih i Mirofl on the wrung slile until per elydry tSOii pllH i9M cider vlDegarofle ttWe wit MM tibtatpoon 4pow atite a a unill bag of jlplP iiirstr ClNmIfl14flJ I1 ennIzish i4Ul wlpette rcttu1 4If1iIc lkem the v1ngor eeep them wntler itkl are not tto crowd ihon- l ar Cctr with hnnqtdIj- ljpiu5cwqt 1 fffi ji t Miiit MMsfowpoIInd J lIMdttflIrr 6i tabli djrJ fP rtfcour J 6 1 Iii oiM while Iwr rfifi I I TOWN ASiA vrWVV Local Happenings of Interest th Froshtst and Latest I AlUfcMi Yur tir Frltnds 1 and Acquaintances lMMi trJirII j Pont forget L A Burns sale Oct 6I J J fFor Balel Two tine Jennets EXi Walker FoR SAlirrSoo bushels corn Carroll Kelly + V Kew fptllSstjFlea 01 B Corsets t Mrs Williamst Born to the wife of OD Hatobetfr a daugbter- FOR i SALE Two extra gbod Southdown bucks 4vB Walker 1tiound City Paintsmay cost trifle more but I Leo Hay don Everything sells at L5 A Burns sale Ocfc 6rBarrEt Plymouth Rock Rojji ters for sale 75c f Mrs vT Yaste Dont fail to see the nobby suits and separate skirts at Mrs Williams The infant child of Herman udorn died on last Saturday and was buried Sunday f ChristianLcburch Court day It was largely attended and a splendid meal served ft05 was realized LOSTOn Saturday night September 17 at Springfield De pdt when returning from Louis ville a leather colored suit case ith one strap around it con taining clothing S meone is supposed to have taken it by mistake Finder will please re turn same to Mrs Net Berry- pringfieLdy MrFBNoesotd his house nd lot on Virginia A venue to 1r Chas Jeffries of LouisviHei fr 1400 Miss Lizzie Lee sold two lots n East Main Street one to Mr S M yes Srt anyone to Mr latt O Mayes BowiIlAhull- dthirot t j MJILINERY i Our new and exclusive line Fall Millinery will be ready for your inspection f Friday and Saturday hriht hat at the right ice for you r Everybody invited Mrs Williams t Messrs JF Bishop and J E trlow huve sold their farm in elsoti county nearStrvngtbwo Cull Bros of thiscountYJfor 12000t J Rev C E Gardener of Louis vlle Ky will preach at the ringfield Baptist church on xtSunday morning an i even gand the Rev Dr W O Garyer of Louisville KVJ will preach the following Sunday morning and evening Marriage license was issued this week to Berry Haydon and Miss Maggie Cutsinger Mr gaydon is a farmer of the Polin neighborhood and Miss Cutsin er is a daughter of Eli Cutsin ger qf the same place rssiied to Mr Gilbert Chesser ason of Mr P Chesser and Miss LucyBar lOW p daughter of Mr aud Mrs WB Barlow Both are popular young people of the Har4esty neighborhood Rev Gecrge S King was in Elizabeth owu last week whore ivepurchasedl a residence from Mr William Elliott frr 1050 As iRev King has been in bad health f Ji sometime he will re ire from the active mipistry for a year at least We much regret tJ lose R vKlng from our f uiidst Re his for the past three ears been pastor of the Metho dist cbtrchbere arid has made himself popular not only as a pstbut as a citizen as well Well dJMrJl3 Yankey is in receipt ota llet r from his SODtlndr w- written lrom ManillaHer OPIG81 eeTeeth ex = tracted with IDANGERI No charges when plates iare wanted F ii- iii 1 WYSTALLARD4DrSjS S f g Springfield Ky H I is well pleased with the iilcj e and with the appointment he ha received He ts an excellent Civil Engineer and has been assigned to a position on Road and Bridge construction An drew is A hustler and we predict mnohsticcess for him in his workf ood how Those pQplew whoenjoy good laujli havea chance to havej heir likinjg gratified this weelg as the ifixie Vaudeville i g at the Opera House all this week There a uiea number of actor with the company and each iis ani artist hi his link All who haver attended weradelighted with the entertainment and speak of it as the best that has visited here forl some time Plenty to eat at LA Burnale Ocjt 6 Fire Escapes For Walton Those people who dread fires wghen sleeping high will have thetr fears somewhat dispelled when sleepting in the Wilton Hotel in the future as iwo mod ern fire escpeshave been placed on the buildingone on the south and another on the west side Although the building is well equipped with broad stairways in front and rear It was thought prudentfto further pro vide for the safety of guests by the erection of fire escapes ri l Vrf Change in Drug Firm t Mr Prank Willett tias pur chased a ona half interest in Leo Haydons Drug Store andII the style of the firm wIllIbe flavdojhas j in Springfieldfall l his life and is a strictly firs Lclass pharmacist Mr Willett the new member of r f the 1 rm is a well known young man He is a graduate of the Louisville College cf Pharmacy and a registered pharmacist He has proven himself an excel lent and thoroughly compatent 1abtlltvi ll reputation should grow Everything to sell at L A Burns sale Oct 6- ConfirznaionSerices Right Rev Denis GiDonaghue Bishop of Louisville accompanied by his secritary Father Monaghan was in Springfield on last Sunday Ini the forenoon at St Domi i flies administered the Sacra ment of Confirmation to octt ipp children A High Mass was7 sung at 8 oclock by Rev E V PlpOd of St Rose The late Mass was said by Rev Father Hennessy The Bishop mad ani impressive talk before the s ryii ces The music for the occasion by the choir under the direction of Mrs Jodie Spalding was very impressive At StcBose on Sunday morn ing a large class of children Joe ceived First Holy Communion at the 730 Mass which was sung an r ternoon at 8 oclock Confirmation was admmistered by the Right Rev Bishop to about 125 child ren The music by the choiruo der the abL direction of Mis Cam was very creditable The Reverend Bishop delivered i short but el quent address 0 those about to be con firwedL 5ri pobovo nooodOOOoo J 8 Wa hen 6 Shader sre their hats on display l jAi OCTOBER lst- o i J You are cordially invited to call 88and see their stock Ii118 ooooooo 00 ooOO iAn Old Citizen Dead r Marie Attention an old and couotyaarines on last Monday of inflrmi tiesJdue to old age But few theabovetname small man speaking our language With difficulty and giving hiss name as Fine Times there wiU be scarcely citizen in the county who will not remember hinJ He came to thit county more than fifty years ago lrpm his native country Spain and came from New York to ttfis county He was an itinerant clockmaker and repairer by trade and Tjen ifrim house to house1 and forj many years was a familir figure but several years ago ha became too feeble Jo work at iiis tracle and returned to the quusC of his home near St Gatharinus Hewas over 90 years of ageII and little is known of hjis history before he came to this country Il Vln thiscountyhe was general I numjbdr I when workmgathis trade The only relatives he leayes here area Vliss Lau rentis Fortaned who lived with him and Mrs Man uel Mdraja both his nieces Funeral services were coni ducted at St Rose Sunday dl burial was in the cemetery there Notice to Creditors h IAll persons having claims against the estate of the late W P Montgomery are hereby notie fied to present the same properly proven toV C McChord attor t ney for theestate at once All persons knowing themselves in debted tothe estat are request Iedis important thai the estate be settled as soon as possible Septenloer27 1910 v eryiIFarm for Sale J r1WllL sell privately my farm of seventy five acres more or lesblccatednearWillisburg Ky on the Willisburg and Polin turnpike has on it a three room welling and outbuildings barn which will hold five acres of toll well watered and good tq f llbtlcco land ten acres jn timber information dall on L J Crffoey- Willisbnrg l KIR 1 FJER ONAL lMrs G F Carpenter and Miss Mary Jones are visiting Mr anSI and Mrs Greene T Jbnesat Louisville Mrs Jennie C Talbott after a visit to Danville has returned home- Miss Catherine Thompson re turned home Monday after an- aextended visit to Louisville Cin cinnati and Inianitpoiso Mrs 0 W Spaulding of Los Angeles Cal who has been l visltingMrs wW Hyatt asc returned to her home Miss Eva Flanghtr of Maud is visiting relatives here Mrs Jas R Noeaod children are visiting relatives in Harrods burg this week Y 1 Mrs Ben Spaulding have returnecr from Martinsvrl elnd Miss Pearl Conner ieft this week for a trip tp the West She viiI spend about 5 months in Colorado Oregon aridother places Miss Bessie Hetties is the gues y of Miss Laura Shehan Millinery Opening 1 i I i tMlssWdhe Knott 1 4 Ladies of the town and county are f invitedtocaiLA Wxt r Miss Florat Mudd has returned fom a visit to her brother a New Haven JcIMr Earnest Thompson ofr Bardstown was here Sunday Mr and Mrs H DrStiles of tIaIweekt Mr Shaker Robertson left yesterday for Indianapolis Ind spendtOgn Junction edIClaybrbolie Co Mrs W H Sweeney of Loiite nerdaughterMiSs dy home Mr B MGrundy arid Miss Kate Mayes nave returned from Cincinnati where they have been purchasing FallGoods Mrs Jesse Rapier returned toner home yesterday from a visit Co her parents Mr and Mrs C L Price SSMrs Mary Blandford has re turned to her home in Tennessee tter a visit to Mrs Nanaje Simms s Mrs WalterSutton gf Detroit Michigan is with Mrs E L Davison for a frweeks rMr Morrison ONan J rand- siiter Mhs Eunice re in Dan vtJe to attend creceptionat Ttr Caldwell College today Misses Annie MfiElroy and Eunice O Nun spent the week nd in Lebanon v Mrs E S M ay63 Jr enter amedAa umber uf friends at Flinch Wednesday ltr Bob Williamson of Mem visiting friends phiSlennrisr rjMr W El Houtctiens attended county eputMonday Mrs EtOa Clarkson has re turned from a visit to her ddughterf Mrs EEII Sriycjer at Lawrenceburg MJ John L Claybrooke has bas resumed his work as State Mill Inspector after visjing his parents here Miss Klollie Parrattis in Louis ville this week i Mr Ben F Simms Jr of State University is spending a few days with his parents here Miss Catharine Spaldingspent- ast week in Louisville Miss Stella Simms spent last week in Bardstowo Mr Itichard Spalding spent Sunday lip Lebanon l The bash of a fiend Avouild have been about as welcome A Cooper of Oswego N Y as a merciless lung racking cough that defied all remedies for years It was moat troublesOme at night he writes nothing helped me until I used Dr Kings New Discovery which cured me completely I never cough t night now Millions know its matchless merit for stubborn colds bstinate coughs sore lungs lagrlppe asthma hemorrhage croup whoop cough or hayfever It relieves quick ly audnever lalls to satisfy A trial convinces 50c 100 Trial bottle free Its positively guaranteed by Haydon Rubertson t LOVELY LUCERNE r The Tourist Center of the Playground of EuropeOJ Lucerne situated in the heart of Tvrteja stands as It were fn shrTned umli the grandest and most pIcturesque reiiiSLPlne seen ery nud of course tthe tour 8 tr ar excellence of the Playground of Europe three main lines of railway converging on the famous town beside tho lnle Nor could nature Indeed hnre welt done more for Lovely Ln erne as nil the world acclaims It idiuliiretfi n writer in London Sketch iu one ride stands the Itigi on the ithert IMIutus 7000 feet high with totveen then the fair shlniuierlng ex iinse of the iJike of the Four Cantons and beyond It again a widespread laudramu of the glnriers and snow tuaked ningis of the Alp From the Rlgi tO feet easily vUmbed by aid of Its famous mouu train train tin viety takes iu the Birnlna Gotburd UuterwUlQcn and Uer ese Alps stretching far aUld wide frpra the Sentis in the east to thai Blumlisalp In the Vvesti and ton b ward the JurJi Black forest and the 0 sge twee n Frank and Teuton jlnsotho Higl omt fourteen lakes on loui day umong by the shores of which Was fought the famous battle where ibe Swiss wonI thiOr freedom 7 I i f i 1 S jJ 1Are1 kt ti j v t c I and in a few days will have open J t A 1 r r 1 andready roryour inspection one of otir i I Sth cleanest arid mosfiu Pat Otfate r J i tr A tIineU of Dry Goods Dress Goads V fI 7 ifJf sS INII J Il it has everbeen our pleasrae fe show ji Ito ir = tS j We are now showing a DANDY LOT of 5 ISj I IRoeIHats Shirts and NeckwearW ii fif I = Dont fail to see our stock of I II Ladies Suits and CoatsI before buying We will be pleased to show yoU I tr I The RobertsollGlaybr000te Lo IIINCORPORATED j HUMOROUS QUIPS Learning to Graft Kiplinglve found It Ive grafted a bit In my Urns And ciltics all xald wee subtle fancied my methods were prime IdlyBmixed with the genus called natives And leafftKabout grafting from men My landlad Itle was a winner My chamber jooked out on a shed The mattress aQ stuffed vyjth some corn cobs bejtShebread pudding For this she got under my fur By taxing me fortysix fifty And learned about gTJrlng Crom ber J yailseaHeThe girl and the chore boy and bus man Were here with the open faced mitts STartedBy pikingIBuffalo News One on Paterfamilias Mr Madders has a grievance His children played a trick on him the other evening Papa they said you cant name the three biggest clUes In the United States without saying Je s go and eat some Ice cream I tblnklI can responded Mr Med ersNew York Chicago Pbjladel Pbla r There We knew you couldntl But you said I couldnt name them without saying lets go apd eat some Ice cream J Well youve said It All right papa well gor Chlcagq Tribune rnA Born Politician A Marquette boy told the teacher that his sister bad thq measles The teacher sent him home and told him to stay there until his sister got welt After be bad skipped joyfully away another boy held up his band and said Teacher Jlmnly Dolans sister whats got the measles lives in OmabnTo peka Journal Sorry She Spoke III had rather an Interesting dream last night he said as they met on thef street J Dreams always go by contraries you know she said Yes I dreamed that met a very pretty and Interesting girl Yonkers Statesman To Supply the Demand Father saId the fouth from eo1lfj lege our professor says theres Ito hell any more jTebbe not said the old majEC but wouldnt lose arty sleep over it Whenever there is a demand for it you chaps will raise It r Atlanta Constltu tion The Trouble Im afraid r shall not be able to go 8jgiWbiittToubler the son brette My understudys sick and theyll have to close the house It 1 fall to ap peaCh agO RecordHerald SThankful For That The F1rt Hor eWeUtberes one indignity theyll never but UjOn usf The Second Horse Whats that V The First Horse Theyll never cilJ onus to drug a stnlletl airship out of a soggy cloud Cleveland Plain PealerI Pop Doesnt Count Wbose baby Jkly wifes Well Isnt If Jiwl as much yours as iiursy bosh uui Were living with her jttulkaT Cleveland Leader Qoad Shew rctaserTbs seats ire 1lathe buck row Is thi tie auy 4btK0 bfcex IneidefT1tsrthe jihSr begins youll be able toesay wit Jo tbe bou ePiickA ia iT 1J fTbestOn The Marki i I Tli Thomas Disc and Hoe Grain jrilltI t- I i This drillisnot an experiment It has been thoroughly tested by 4f I I force tfandfeed and selfoiling boxcsIt is simple in conatraetiGa Ml durable It will sow just what you want it to Buy a TbooMM aai increasefthe yield per acre PAPure Field S IIAC jbJCiAot I f I t Lewis Chambers General A jwiU I J ifii i 4vto LLexiinnglon Trotif Iti 14JJIVJj fi 1 OCT 4 TO GREATEST 1HTHE WORLD 1 SES 85OoO PURSES 1o Futurity k TwIay O43OQO Tennessee TIdSJ octACj i4 5000 Futurity WtytWGe2O5Trot WsauyO 5w54XO TransylvaniaTh 6 Gff2 7iice n710000 t Championship Sulc Moo Uy i 3000 Cup Stake Mo Uy OoL 10 t JThirtyDaily GBncerts JI FareSt iJ11 70 S 4 VSffI lA FIDC I i ff La a ssssary p ol robs oftbs r IfThstoaa We S laIst C4L o sIip T 4GlosIt re Lkss4ROW- Ak o Ie i I hiafsaS PDtindi1 g aCTtifHreA uVc I d t j Mt q1h 4JvLt 1t11 ril Ij EbLcK- t4 rS Mirrifiiire E jjI1M4kI now 9SCN f Q rrWkt VKl by American Piles f i f j AsoctatIon J Ajfowuwtt WM ilttiB a Mta desk I Mkfiff ip copy for the Chkago Times J J wfeJiL the poeteaa catered awl care fcpiJjp towed him a tetter Alt was ii e4iMiew totfce fawba w wad his Mi8r wit aM rwrty gko iijpveeVi teacr that Mk checks like angels tl tkiisL were few and far between J YtM RPM tlall there was n 1ea ettxpreaeion oa the jeans face tMred OAftdece I picked the letter tore It open f aM4liaa reading Los AigIe Cat Tvtte voi- D ir X4swWen you read this I h 4k ta y ariv My Arizona mines tyiibr1wkt me fietablewealtbandy jary c wfll tafcrta you that I hav I nmtpj tMJaYr but on one condition thatijmi wwty Majr Grayibn daughter t 4 MM wJie Jave his life to save Mtarifw tlM Indians attacked tbecamp tWetWy IfMar te heart free M yet and I nave r s iMUeve you are the same 1fi lawyer F BGo odtrJend will art nmBtfor ymi to meet her Inclosed Ista t tmfcfoc CMMt Califorala Imme ilaiiir =jDAKIXL CKWELL i it OlMC itr IM ejaculated as he stir F Tjijfif the atoiatloa Td jlike to know 4 lJtow it would Mea to b4 a rich man I r ot UJliody wouidBUWhY dt Marry ome- iwd nice womanhim- t bavf a famOy of his pwnjto 3Oe7 to 1 That rould Have 4 t wtot fttkdy utok plague tiIA tCd1t1O TkIaEce mifht be after all a T HHttfjter clape In the will 4w kthti ansoying feature could iJJ + Cobyaertyfra1n jllredJ tap ageles lie Immedi i IHIl W tti oce of F B Good t yfriaidj and Introduced himself as Al fredvp Bennett of Chicago mephew 94oft s late Daniel T Rockwell s 3 d to meet you Mr Bennett Take I a ca riiwr JrlIltalk matters over X TkerSSi4 feirare of my uncles q f wmtMtITJme a good deal of an 5BOYSBCe remarked the young man teitimfrblmsclt jiear the lawyer f el Uuatt s One obliging me to marry a l gltl fclMive A4ver seen t It is perfectly rldkIhmgI T rllawyer laughed till his fat sides nWky thats the best part of tAe owlllT Worst part yoii mean said I JUffiff erateIy But isnt tljere any mojtfflng clause There surely must betK5 there Is none untili you have 1i trieiand failed to woo ind win the ladjf of your uncles choice h I IUnt supp6se thfr young lady likes t the situation any better than I do t IMoat know that she does but Miss rat 1l1ad a daughters love for your r iate SBcle and humored all his vaga ries returned the lawyer trying to Jdc1ej his amusement at the young t saaa irritation J l3ek here Bennett Come and sit iowjiand vel1 talkbuslness I admit If yei please the singubariry ofthEf COBKIOB though it seems more unac i cobl to you than to me But you 1 ivovM like the money your uncle has leftti Nowfrankly wouldnt you F Ot celwouidJTlMts honest and I respect you for Uie BilMloa Now listen You have et ertc Mfijtbe girl Who knows but an acqsIntaee 9ve saUsfactry tomay P1 I bothl Ataay rate you two must meetII if r Tbrwlll specifies that Miss 1JMeeting the summer with her aunt Wtwns a large olive orchard about odJfcan11eteU w r pt c naltIQnis en mobaoDousor not Wtfat do you My7oing man MI do aa you advse replied Alfr a w JI4 Wcopled o was making an S e rthe affair in a business llf1tunwpnt do any harm to see tki lrl- Hhreei weeks later Bennett took the i drBlaeifess out of the city bound lot tkjLJlttte station plxty miles dls teat tT tivPg tkere he ivasdlsnp potete 44a iadiiio onxeyahce awaiting ki dwaaJttathng for the little kotelw ojily JB that the lice could boast whew a buggy came rapidly up to the station platform and stopped The agent Jhwrie4 out to met the IlIrlvet wha anffer youbg girl ftHtiful at a wlldroSej4 with full darl 1ad a wealth of hair that seemed capuWlhtne r JDJJ Mil BcSnett come on the train 4 jfc lBwf hlsqHired in a sweet JiNrT otee tirs Gnison Sent me to guest25R am Mr Bennett salcLtheJifnvhis T toia tt li J have cmeto drive you to Mrs f girlITa4 jou And he sprang in JIg tIy aidsiited bTiMeltbyl her side cDoyQtl Wish nie to aie the reIns ke anked ott no thaakyod Billy Xbjects to toItrUgerS site replied Toobad rhave putyou toth trou Me coming so far thoqgb Q Iie waa StgaJ4nprp8idewse glance face soclose to his wn aomtiiBtnd tb drive at nil Belio iIdeI was almost 6bllgedto come ibe admitted with feharMng frank ti1 I ncsjk I hope you arc golngoeHjoj iyourvisit Mr BerinettjPknqw mam edandnywIfl dOill they can te faqk9 t 1 sn t So you aro MLstj Grn Hon also 1 didnt know there were two Miss Grnysons Yes twoTJay Grnysons But I am commonly called Mazle to distinguish jne from my wore IJlguIIled Cousin May V J Two May Grayspns It was strange that LawyerfGpodfrlemi had not mentioned that fact fo him before he came J llaae She Is a perfect little bundlo ofsweet mystery Ilion bt Alfj If Iho May GrajTso referred ttx In the will is but half acs brlght mid diuome as this girl byjsy side wontt alt such a hard niatter to live UIltto that conch tiAn after OIL And yet J dont know that locally want to live up to It now that I nave seen Mazie 1 Mr Alfred Bennett foimd 4a very Cordial welcome awaiting him at the pleasant home of MrS Grayson May Grayson the May was n nice looking stately girl of twentyone with a beau clearIana intelligent and he was1 forced to comJpanyRe liked her very well too jind might have fallen In love with her if lie had not met MaziQ first Bright merry Mazle She charmed him more and more as days and weeks went by And yet she studied to avoid him Jfn every possible way and she succeeded almost always In forcing him Into tbq company of her cousin thus escaping any marked attention he might wish to pay to herself f r But this scheming on her part did not lead young Bennett to bestow any warmer affection on Miss May Ere long he made the discovery that his ute would be an Intolerable faljure It he was obliged to live it without Ma zlcThe struggle between this love and the desire to gain possession of his deceased uncles wealth asoer and she arose one morning be an nounced to himselffMay Grayson may Tiave half the mon ynrid the orphan asylum the other half for alll care Ill be true to the love that has crept into my heart Ill manjy Mazie If Icnn win her With her by my side I shall be brave and strong enough to earn my own wealth Raving thus decided in mind the young man set hiown stroll through the pretty little Suddenly he came upon a tiny figure in white but for a morning consti tutional Mr Bennett she inquired IIIt Is an ideal morning as Cousin May would say thIlstlngC09slnMay slight irritation But It is you rwish to speak with this ideal morning J am going to leave tonight and I must say something to you before go Wed be sorry to have you leave us with anything burdening your mind Mr BennettYou i suppose why I came here fl1 believe so she said Well I want to inform you that the condition in my uncles will can never be complied with nowJIs thatf so came from her lips hi feigned surprise It will be such a pity for You to lose the fortune 4Yes but I have learned that there is something better than richeS It is love Marie I cannot begin to tell you ho f tenderly 1 love you I want YOU to be my wife Whatl After all the attentions you hXve been showing Cousin Mayi You are responsible for thosttat tentions How else could It tfe when you persisted In throwing us together so often s J think you are very fickle uNo I am very constant I havent ceased loving you a i single nffnute since I first saw you Cant you love me just a little MazieSIm afraid not Wont you try to love me dedrest T dont need to try Alt she replied t looking up Izito his face with a shy smile t i You fcweet deceiver he cried catching her In his anus and pressing her to his heart You were fooling me aH the tithe Yes for much as I was fjrowjng to love you I resojvednot to let you knew she said freeing herself from hIs nrms because Ydu sehOlthere Is Mr Goodfrlend she cried rushing forward to greet the la vyer who had come unannounced Oh I saw It all Children lie said shakhig Ijands first with Mazle then with Alf J didnt covcttmy eyes I Came unexpectedly on the night ex press and got here In time for breakfast Mrs Om son told me Id find you both down by the meadow I ar huieIhIveIIJIiJlUlhQl1efi Into Mt honrry lmI In vrlilci Mszpouldi noE belp joining Pardon nnV liii nett said the lawyer wiping the mid shed tears from his eyes hut Yd are tthe victim of your own bluu tler1SVBInnder I dont understand you sir said Alf notOf course AUlttbe lawyer went jff into anothijr coujailslon of laughter Tills sprite whoml you took to be the daughter of Sfrsrt yson h Qse of n she ii1 f sail flag her mammittM lrne May- Grayson referred to m your u wlll IOne mouth later the annoying con In the will wascompiled with J TheTenclerfooJ Farmer It WM oae of these experimental farmers whdput green tpMUclM oa his eOW and fed her shavings His theory wee tW it iit natter what the cow ate so long as she 1 WM JW Thf qttcstions of digestipn and nourishment had t sot StSiS4 iato his calculationsSIts vtiY ft toaderfoofe farmer jtt would try such himvi j tomachjnervousnesshIj tk rtftort tJteutitlvfty sftile era i aMI jMrtfMfefr aJHf IHaeell1 tlfe uervts Is M 4klJDte9rery It Is a Maa Wrmgwia I to tin Mrfftf Iiefi ef physkI4 JM fdI talHi bY ItsMse hiiuss Gdss wi Dieeytry is a tHlIN i f aa Jssies ir aereotics Hi is as free ff1Mlt Jf1M MirBHi tksfs 4WigrMp4oa J t- 4 IIiJ J fcfciili fef hit w re w Golde Mict lvery r Si5SSSBfiw Tie Kiinejj Are- WsikwWij BrefWwLt- ftiiatitky liiacys Make Impure Mood Weak and Hnbealthjjf kidneys are re sponsible forjauch sickness and suffering kidney3hJtI741ixrfJlj rC1suIts neys most bemuse- they do most and should lave attention first Therefore when your kidneys are weak or out of order you can understand how quickly your en tire body isaffected and how every organ seems to fail to do its duty U you ore sick or fee1 adlyn begn taking the great kidney remedy Dr Kilmers SwampRoot A trial will convince you of its great merit The mild and immediate effec of Swamp Root the great kidney and bladder remedy is soon realized It stands the highest because its remarkable health restoring properties have been p1ovett lit thousands of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Soldl y druggists in fiftycent and onedol tar sizes You may have a sample bottle by mail free also a bpRot1mwor bladder trouble Mention this paper wl1en writing to Dr Khmer Co Binghamton Y Dont make any mis SwampRootyousomethinginyou do you will be disappointed 4 tr1i 1r POLICE OF GERMANY Privacy oTthe Homi No Bar tj Thelrj Farneaching Authority To a foreIgneNno feature oti German life Is more striking1 than the proud nence and almost unlimited authority of the police Mirny of Its functions aresuch as In tbe United States would be Intrusted only to a court of law What seems almost equally strange time greaterpart of these functions are exercised quite Independently of the J9cal government The minuteness tmjl thoroughness of the work of the firman police are a constant surprise tl the foreigner The policemani not only preserves order In the streets but exercises a farreach lug authority In pirate houses For instance he undertakes the nightly locking of ones street door nta sulfl clently early hour He sees that one has his chimney regularly cleaned lIe Inspects at stilled Alines ones stoves and heating apparatus and while he IIs about It he w lliook Into a few other misters of domestic economy One feature of his activity strikes a good many American vlsitorsvltb Ca vor In some places singing Jind piano playing with open for bidden and It Ja wttJdOStJre reg ulation in large may be played after 10 oclock In the evening The German policeman Is also something of a food inspector In his way and he keeps n sharp eye on venders of food and of medicines It Is not un uncommon sight to see a Ocr man policeman baltn uilllcmans wagon and on the spot make unilnspection of his wares Should there prove to be anything wrong with them they are promptly seized mind destroyed and the matter Is immediately taken In hand by the higher authorities New York Press A BATHLESS AGE For a Thousand Years the People of Europe Went Unwashed Syhen Egypt Greece and Home were at the height of their anclcnt power their citizens made bathing a sotlal function a municipal duty and u religious obsemtice Time public baths atIof hygienic and municipal sentiment With the decadence of tthese coun tries the world seems to have reverted toa period ot mental ulntW and physical unclcnnlincss As an authority on ItI was nottljefel a man or woman In Europe flint ever took a bath If the historian bf these times Slicbelet Is to be believed The ancient love ibt the bath seemed ttd have dlsnpP Are l from off the land STliere was no Greece or Home to bold up the ensign of cleanliness to time nations of Europe Small wonder thuttthe people of the continent be I IndeedIcontrary It Is not strange that there came the awful epidemics that cut off one fourth of the population of Europe the spotted plague the black death the sweating sickness and the terrible mental epidemics that followed In their train the dancing mania time mewing tannin and tbe biting mania The bath WItS banished ilud filth was almost deified Indeed jtt was then thought that the sanctification of the body was only accomplished when that body was indescribably dlrtyr Ibysleal Culture An Island flf Black Cats Tin island of jUnfk Cats is a name often applied to Chatham Island one or time cijilapapiiM It Is In tthe Pacific ocean nlnim 70 miles west of the LtJiVof Ivriiiidor It Is overrun with liLuvfCiiafx and cuts of no other color trt S there Titsenzii1ls live in t time fctlfot lie lavtifdundatiomj- a IIIt und su llliaiid crabs Instead of nits and mice OIlier animals found this Island art horses cattle dogs goats und chick iitill itf tvhjd lire lerfetl3wId A Startling Reply It virv lvtrlnienlal to the con versatlon It you play bridge while talking A gelitkinin once entered a room niuUwjtlkiil UIItonlujjwllll was dwply igrossed In correcting her score Hoiv cive do JIrs SnnJsoihe excjalniod have Just met your Vrhildreii with tlie iuiive By the way liow many have ouJott SThe lady looked up and replied Sixteen nhmeund twentyfour low Front The Confessions of hlrhige1hziyerby Quilon HowStupid1flIijsnyshorv tjbat a uauii rfmlle Is 00 0 ce tan ItVhyIsMr Joiiis without looking u6 front his paperr Well u wilt Is a mile buf drylandnn tbpwntlr nod you know mostt IhhgBsweJlwbeuln water w Jo4 rwthgr ff FUN THAT FAILED I i f Mark Twains Burlesque of Emer son Longfellow and Holmes tr IT SHOCKED THE ir MORTALS ftiiII W D Lowells Descriptlo i mal Effect of jhp HumorisVa At tempt to Make Game of DignifiedI Literary Trfo atthe Bos the Dinner II IinIiluhits memories of Mal Twain Jlarpers Vl Eloweltbj tells of the Hiiticr In Boston when Mark Twaln with fatal effect made game of temer son Iouyfollow and Ilolmea lOne believed lie hudhcln partlcu larly fortunate In his notion for the xpieth of that evening und be had worked It tint In joytus self reliance It Vjis tll notion of three trumps tbr deadbeats visiting a California miirmK camp nnd Imposing themselves Upon the Innocent miners as rt PlI HenryWuclswortJ Wendell Holmes TJie humor of the Tomeption must prosper or must fall according to the niood of time hearer hut Clemens felt smite of compelling this to sympathy and he looked forward to an unparalleled triumph ll tthercw re two thli1gstbntmhc Tfiadnot taken Into account One was the species of religious veneration InI thoselneurest 111cd111I triflIng spirit I do not suppose thatt anybody more truly valued them or more piously loved them than Clem oils himself but the intoxication of his fancy carried him beyond the bounds of that regard and emboldened him to tbe other thing which he had not taken into account namely the Immense haziird of working his fancy out be tore their faces and expecting them to enter into time delight of It If neither Emerson nor Longfellow nor HOlmea had been there the scheme might pos s1bl1bave carried but even this is doubtful I yil was the bhplcss president fulfill ing the abhorred unction of calling people to thelr feet und making them speak When I came to Clemens Introduced him with the cordial od miration had for him as one of my greatest contributors und d arestIt friends Here said In sum was a humorist who never left you bunging your head for having enjoyed his joke and then the amazing uilstake the bcP yildering blunder tthe cruel catastro iphc was upon us I believe that utter the scope of time burlesque made Itself clear there was no out Jthere including time burlcsquer hImself who was not smitten with a desolating dismay s There fellu silence weighing many tous to the square inch which deepened from moment to moment und was broken only by tu hysterical unit blood curdling laughter of u single guest whose name shall not be bam t ed down to InfnnYy Nobody knew whether to look at the speaker orlj down at his plate I chose my platejjt as the least nflllctlon and so do not know how Clemens looked except when 1 stole a glance at him and saw 1111pulled blsiJcStji of Longfellow Nlttlnguprl vnsuwnreIgardlng the brtmorlst with pensive puzzle of Holmes ing on his menu with Uvt of preoccupation uclIflgncdI Hun holding lila elbows and listening with n sort of Jovian oblivion of nether world In that lapse of thiNI wbfrh saved him In those later years fcom so much bother Clemens must have drugged hIs Joke to the climax mind left It there butl cannot say this from any stnse of the fuctOt yhntt happened afterward nttfttthe table where the Immense the wholly hmo cut the trimly nnIuiiiginpdanronLwas offered I have no longer the least re niembnmre nexf remeniben being in u room of the hotel where CJetnen not to sleep but to toss In despair lngInfunny fellow It was as well as anything he cqnld have said but Clemens ueeuied unable to accept time tribute 1 stayed the night with him and the next morning titter a haggard breakfast we drove about IIu1ho made somu purcbases of bflcnbntc forbid house in Hartford with a as far away from bricabni as soulI time soul of nrrtr was He went by an early train and he lost lit in writing back to the three personalities which he had so tlllIuI tarlly secme to lout They all back to him making It as tight for bitjf as they ciSiItl have luard that Emerson was a good deal inystjflrd and In bN snbliino forgitfulniss askwl Who vf1s tthin gontiinmn vbt appeared to think be had ofTcred him sonic sort of annoyance Y litit ramaiof sure that this Is accurate What am sure of Is that Longfellow a few flays after In my study stopped before n photograph of lenu nH and said tti he is a wag amid nothing more Ioni4 told me with deep eniotiou Kncli its a brother humorist might well joel thmmttiielmaxl not lost nit instrtnt In replying to Ciefiiens letter antlaHSur hog him tbiit tlftre hind nbtjfieen uuic least offense and cntrwitlug jilrti never to think of the matter again Vflesald tthat he was n fool but ikjvtBK tlSfool with jmnesuole4ru4uJIIehrtt- ertfiof the self hbasenlpnt How It Looked Why dont you eat your caviare asked the host I DIdn know It wailtOl en W replied Broncho Bob thought there hud been an accident and the cook spilled the btrjTshiotWmshmingtou Star Domestic Bliss Mrs Honpeck with newspaper It nys hare that buttermilk will extend jnVrt llfe to over a hundred flemipe- ckvrarlly1f aWn bacheldr 14 take 6 drInking ittioston Transcript f81sI mQFemetjt Isnt she r Yesr1rhe believes in boosting e ery thifnIt her husband Detroit Lire Press p jiA The r ew Dispensation cnckUngnbqtSecond HenShe laid a few ouires New York Sun i rAM13ASSADORSI They Enjoy Some Curious Privileges European Courts fat mindthe American at there Is very little difference between an ambassador and a minister but the former Is entitled to very many privileges abroad that denied ton mere envoy ureI ofIeI back to the sovereign to whose court he is accredited The mode of procedure generally speaking Is as tot lows When the audIencels at anena time ambassador waits to be dismissed by tthe sovereign When dismissed tbe ambassador bows retires three paces jbows again retires three paces bows a third time turns on his heels and walks to the foldtng doors Butwben the reigning sovereign Is a woman still poUter methods obtain To turn his back would be discourteous to walk backward would beto resign a privilege therefqre the ambassador re tires sideways like a crab lIe keeps oneeyeon the sovereIgn and Sitlm the other he pnueavors to find the door By this unique means he contrives to spvcreignIIprivileges Another privilege of ambassadors Is the right of being ushered Into time Coldingdoorsboth him No one save nn ambassador can claim this privilege the niost any non mknbnssadorIal lindividual can epeet that one of the doors sbpAI be opeu4- to him t One privilege appertaining to tic ambassador one capable of causing great Inconvenience to the ruler is The right of demandlngadmlsslon to the sovereign al any hour of day or night whyAbdulTurkeyIatconstantinopledecidedly Inconvenient at times to see the American representative at all To the European the most Important makeup1spointbluntedserved abroad that the use the sword is put to In addition to Its trick of tripping up its wearer Is usually the harmless one of poking fires One dl onthisengaged and for a long while ItNvns diplomatiqueambassadors used their swords to the broken treaties a circumstance that waS held to account for the Inordinate wetpoosDarpersWeeiy Emmets Pesenc pf Mind A story Is told of Uobert Emmet which proves his secretive power and resolution He was fond of studying chemistry and one night late after the family had goneto bed be swal- lowedl a large quantity of corrosive Sllhllmntfi in tntstlLn fOr some acid cooling powder He Immediately dig covered his mistake and knew that death must shortly ensue unless bain stantly swallowed the only antidote IIchalk Timid men would have torn at the bell roused nil the family and sent for n stomdch pump Emmet called no one niad rno noise but stealing down stairs and unlocking be front door went into the stable scraped some chalk which he knew to be there and took sufficient doses of it to neutralize Ithe poison Queen Elizabeths Amulet f1Iqueathed to her by an old woman in Wales who declared that so long 4js the queen wore It she would never be The amulet as was gen raly the case proved of 110 avail and Eliza beth notwithstanding her faith In the charm nQt only sickened but died During time plague in London people Wore amulets to keep off the dread dtstroyer Amulets of arsenic were worn near the 1 1t Quills of quicksilver were hung around the nock and also the powder of toads No Swelling at All ftI see not one ripple on the water Allis calmness said the little Ger man lady looking out dreamily over the quiet sea ijmf crossed tbe locean when It was calm like this nil the way overi Do fbu mean that there was no swell Yen In mldoccan asked her companion who bad never crossed nt all No no swelling at all was the re plyrKew York Press Wherein They Differ Jack Widows are wiser than maids one respect at least little answer Jack TheylomWlJlltS1 good chance goo tby better one will come their wl1yChl cago News IIn Mitigation Judge Floss thief joure found gulltybytb jury Have ahyfhlng to say as to why shouldnt sonic y j tlT limit rrlsouefWell judge 11wusnC your boss 1 stole Cleveland Loader Well Qualified VWby do you apply for n position as boss of this J ltIg Have you ever hind pxiurience1 rtabJrJtIJr tulTaio B prcff Irnehistiivatlpu one of the most exptiiilrv forms of hmaphmiesatAfe Clearing Houses The function of a clearing house tobbable bankors to fschaifge IsI bills and securities thereby snvln nnicb labor mid trouble and ad theI mime lluio curtaiLing the amount of jtonnng cash that vutmd otherwIse be lIhccl its iiiciuis uf time transfer system iiiiule possllilo by ibe clearlug joust trniifiUtlonK to time ninouut of niirrt ftt 4tstsijv and expel vouslv a I t No Doubt About It love you U lit criid passionately Aiou Jim naviloueV she asked after the ifrtiuit r of hunlons maidens tuGlI ThjirVwIltii Iiovtn you most be replied somi vhiit auiblgiiously New York Times Tslent Appreciated belfatrditt Jf Qetint titlIng Tqg I tQ1 rnldldlltWi In Star l rIN NEW MILLINERY Black Satin Hats Are Vary Popular but Commonplace i iI TWO OF THE HATS Everywhere one goes the Inverted flowerpot hat of black satin Is sure to be seen This piece if millineryin artistic mauls Is wonderfully chic but when attempted by the great majority t- It Is a cheap Imitation of a good A two Incfir mule of white lace modeI frointthe brim and the usually a large bow at the side clrIcIi ad1vancereason to hope that us the season ad vnnces they will be njodltied li tryingtmead1concCallug abruptly and nubu omlngly from her face To po sure there Is a certain smkrt j licss about them especially the coronet slrapcs that have a anther narrow I1n xtandhi brim In front and gradually rise to stupendous heights In tliebaek A wreath of feathers resembUng an In dia n chiefs war bonnet Is time Sole trimming i1t TIme all feather toque although not new Is very smart and there Is one advantage In this model lit cannot bft carried out In cheap feathers BeaVer shapes In all colors promise tobe pop ular and ostrich feathersarranged In high upstanding jrnmps of three Qr more add an extra ilisree of multitude to ninny smllrtsIUlJl14lt Is to be a great season for vHvpt both for hOt coverings and for trimmings Arid In feathers there Is a new effect called the ileltlulu pin mc composed of featiieritimnt Is as weird as U Is uwiI pensve KurNtoo will be very much used bu nuts j She Won Beauty Prize tt An international beauty sbojv was fSlxl f and the audleuxe was asked to use their juulcla faculty In regard to selec1tloulotl Photo by American Press Associatlcm- U1SS EITTIB PAULINO A present from Paris Naples itolgiuin ami ValiMieTtt yti yitty Darling whose picture t hwrv aUuvu vj s the BueeeSjsC l beatify n unur Miss fur Hng Is only 8evftht4i years oZ age SIre is fair dremme simply ntul wears tier hair long Mln on eltber side of her head Slhh A posedl us an aft Istt model If Aiiitrica Laid sent a representative Mlsj Kitty very likely vti nld bavot been out of the running An mbar aJsinp Habit Hiccoughs art dNthiftly niortlfylnE to tlmmfvlcthiiAs they lire Signs of punt mllgestTimi ami nil mean bad toiuUh tn iljle itu fnquent occur Hrtl bof u t inilly For tcmpntary urn try gradually disslolvlng itHindll lump of sugar on he tongue Slow sipping of hot water throatL5LIve Stock Judging Contests Livestock jUd fng students and farmer boys wlllbe witnessed at the Kentucky State Fair of 1910 One oj the contests Is open to all boys of the state Commlsalondr ofAgrlculture II C Ranklti offers to the farmer boys 1100 to be used as a scholarship in the agricultural doparfntnt of the state universitY for t st wrjtton Judg ment on horseV cattle s Ine and sheet exhibits fnot 9rset ot prizes aggregating ao Will be offered to tho students of u stato university 140- sum is divided Into live J1r miumst Those specials are intended to encourage the yiuli ofKeiitucky In the sci once OfllYOctOCltptfIflf Frc e c1try b1nnir any- kopieriNtQnalmn riraniinc tbaken rttuijlcy State Fair ajlrlr 1 W Now thapeietr 120 Pat Jti Puild itTQ r pI ZtChildren Cry for Fletchersh r eat I The Kind You Have Always Bought and which Baif fofp in use for over 30 years tas borne the tgnttbup W and has bbcia ina4e rhh ps 4sonal supe1ske lWWaMT Allow nouo to de chetikHAll Counterfeits Imitations Jfc JustagooI Me l it LAIIifnnt0 1 What s CASTORIAtJastbria isa iarmlesa substitute ftr Castor OU PaN i gdrlc Drops and SodtMng Sjnraps It U Pleaant Iiilj contains neither Opium Morpliino nor ether NaaEM f UbStnllCC Its age is its unrantce It letroys Waaiid allays Fcverishness I It curcs DiarrlioeA and W1L Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cuues ConstfrMitte I 1 1Jtef7SfiJnmThe Childrens Panacea Tia MotherSiFriend V GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAY Bears the Signature of l J 1 He Kind MHave A1wayssBoaitt j InUseT For Over 3OiY afs v COMPANT7T sraw YON JIr JON EDEEJEN IRVINE WIMSATT Ii IIThe Goppage qao1 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