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j r CASTOR A I iiiiiiir i jS r r w s cr wr w J- wrrft iV5WSf =LEADER k if I 9ThStryD g4 Just watch the stray do for a Ioment aid see if the next moK JBitit be hasnt formed friend ship with a small boy Just watch the lovf and devotion oftI toe tieaHMt ugliest homeliestt IHip in the world for the small oyrand wonder about it Then watch the return ot affection a n wonderlsolDJImorswnyit tthat thereshould be such a bon of affection between the dumb brute and the barefoot boy Its easyTto understand Take the report of the School Commiss ioner oft Kentucky for 1910 and e figues into the school fund the sum of 50296 16 from the dog ta In other words th 4CiP11nthatlhucbj io edt cate the boyf and why shouldnt i purp be interested in wber foisl boy of Kentucky returns thanks8h to the dog for aiding lim in Ret ng an education by showing his e for him The Kentucky dog i putting up over 50030 for theeducationpltheQoy this yeWif the boy doesnt get it t blame it on the dogSheib rentthe1 DKh1ISA merciless narderer is Appendi cUte spwithKi ngs New I fe Pills kill it by pro vtion They gently stiD late stoeaach liver and bowels prevent lag that dogging that invites ap nclioltis curing Constipation adache billou ness Chills 25c at Haydon Robertson An Elephant on Hands rS The Repu oilcans have an ele ihant we shall not say a white ei coepllantonCaleb Powers flia nomination r Coogreos by a majority S01 ecisiye is a striking instance of arty spirit quite deaf to pru dene if not to reason He will probably be beaten for election When the Republicans of Ken tuck made common cause withecF ecaylOrotontheniselvesibmt and when the Governor p trardod1q puyno longer flaming Ten yeas ake an era in American poli ticsI The Republicans of th Lev Eleventh district are now themc s cvesThe nomination of Powers over Edwards sprang from un thinking partyisjn reculess frconsequences and must inevita bly lead to the election of aDen ocrat in November ifthe Demo c rats Rut their best foot forej most Of Powers guilty mJJ in the Goebel assassin tion the Courier Journal has never entertained a boubt and cannot see how any intelligent man reading the evidence c In- ntertin a doubt We should hate to see such a person rep e sent Kentucky in the Congress qfthef United StatesCouriE r Journal 1Itsi- n No one has ever made a salve oint ment or balm to compare with Buck tensfect healer of Cuts Corns Barns Bruises sores Scalds Boils Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum For Sore Eyes Jol l Sores Chapped Hands or Sprains ita sure me Infallible for Piles Only 25c at Ha don Robe it 9fl lMurder ease Goes Over The trial of Johnand George Johnson who are in jjail charged with the murder of John Hodman m this city several months ago vaa called in the circuit court Wednesday and continued until the January term qf court The continuance was granted upon request of the attorneys rep re senting the accused men These tuorneYtlareP Br McElroy W IL 1ntadtodefend1i4they mjide the statement that they hicl not bad time to properly prre the clwe for trial The twd Johnsons are un dir ladictweat for 1erjq the- irA d4cr e and wpe the case airaiBst tbenl WM called las w k tatd thavthey were uu jble tb waploj Jounsel Ueban Enterprise ijjjjjj DEATH PENAETY I Shay Pellman Will Be Fin it Victim of Chair in Kentucky The first man to be legally electrocuted in Kentucky will in alll probability be Shay Pellman the negro who was Saturday gi v en a death sentence by a jury IC committing an assault upon Nina cy Rankin a tenyearold whit girl near Stanford judge Wal ker set December 16 for the neg ros execution buif his attorneys 1lJave already served notice of a appei8 some delay may be encountered lellban was ta lien ftoBiny and the Somerset tCompany of State Guards who hae guarded him during the trIal e Ltftur hours on the case one man raing out that long for a life sentence The jurymen who tried Pellman all reside itf the neigbbqrhood of Perry ville B 5cOlei of the following gentlemen illiam Foster W B Arnold Richard White Jr J L Penn3ii W Sharp Taylor conoogher Jacqb Carpenter Jr H Prewitt Oscar Drury Lee Owens and Fry Gibson The ecl Commonwealth At trneyaardin in this case was laid to be one of the most master ful ever heard in Lincoln county Harrodsburg Herald tSkit Beats AH This is quoted from a letter oftI thcwe11 Hannibal MocIJrecent ly flr ICstused ICa fitno be 2atsntract d a bad cold and was threat ened with pbeumoela The first doses gave great relief and one bot tle completely cured me Contains ho opiates Haw n Rob rfaon St x A Dissa reeable Task So frequent has iit been charg t that the public schools force o many and put difficult tasks upon the pupils that any con ary statement is read with sur rise The retiring president ofj the National Education Associa tion recently expressed his disa efeemeht with the prevailing iew when he said the fault tc- ommon in manv of the best schools is that pf making the way too easy for the child He feared that such easy nd rapid transit methods would produce a crop of intellectually s fpoiledw Seakcharacter inaccaratn in scbalar bip oing nothing well except what they like to do He urged dolt whatever is their duty to do whether it is pleasant or not and- that the accomplishment of the needed work should provide sufficient joy iThis is wholesome d9otrine to to preachto young persons and those engaged in training the youtig It applies to parents as weflas to more formal teacher Many a parenV chhas struggl l ed to overcome obstacls resolvec osave his children the nard ships of his 05741 youth The children thus trained bring forth other children who usually go to the dogs The rule to find out what a b6y likes to do and let him do that is good provided in addii tion yon find out what be docs not lilce to di and make hun do that also The mind and the will ineed discipline as well as the Ibo YA boy gets strong through using bis muscles untill they ache and then nrough keep ing on using them until the ache Iwears off and flabbIness becomes firmness Then he can endure It is a wi olesome sign of Ithe times that teacher are coming back to believe in the value of good old fashioned mental dis cipline Blue Grass Clipper POOLERS TO MEETI beAtl Saturday Afternoon Tineett le objection of those who have refused to pool their t tOobaccoonfeared the off cot of a weak poolr- and who have strenously insisted 75eper cent cjause iin the pooling contract the District Board of Burley Tobacco Society at its meeting last week recommended Lithat mass conventions be held in the county seat of each cpnnty for the purpose of selecting a committee of three or more iu in whose hands all tobacco pooled subsequent tothameetI ing and before the 1st 6f Novem ber shall be placed and that a majority of the committee be em powered to turn the contracts over to the Burley Society or return them to the growers on November tstas the committee may think best The passage of this resolution it is thought will bring together the opposing factions in the Burley Tobacco Society who have heretofore been unable tibcome to an agree ment as to the character of pool ing contract which should be adopted Dispatches to the Lex ington Herald indicateibuti many growers in the Bue Grass coun t ieS who have tfiiis far been out of the pool have signed up theirJJ under the plan proposed We are authorized to announce that a meeting asfluggested byi the District Board Villi beheld tthtr Court House in Spring t eld Saturday October 15th at t pm for the purpose of giving the growers and people of Wash IIngtcn county an opportunity to taWe action in conformity with the recommendation this resor i lutiptujf they so desirE For More Than Three Decades Foleya Honey and Tar has beeci a household favorite for coughs colds and aUmentqfthe throat chest and lungs Contains Son opiates Haydon Robertson Cih WahingtonThe gulltbility of the public was probably neyer more extensively assailed than by Dr H F Merrill dl Gardner Me With ptoverbial Yankeeh iingenuity he dirt not attempt to make wooden nutmegs but he did widely advertise to extract rom sawdust cures for all oftomachJ i juOOta cure for epilepsy In suchkij prohibition State as Maine bisa method of making Whisky from potatoes must have appealed to Ithose with an appetite and he Knew the frailties of his fellow man when he held out the allure ment of converging sweet cider permissible in all localities into the seductive sparkling chamt pagnedcategory look the unfortunate who bef cause of advanced age or fortt other reasons had bald placest upon their top pieces To those he offered for sale in infallible hair tonic which would in three dweeksgrowth I Jtseemddto she postal officiels that be was offering too much lort the money and an investigation t followed wpich rejulted in Dr Merrill being forced to dsclos e that his hair restorer was a 30 1 fiperi that hemadtw lisltyby chop apingin a jdr and pouring in molasses I jihe mixture ok jltand three months s9oylsed his clients to place 15 pounds oT brown sogar iu uten l Iigallonsweet cider permitting ittot iistaJ TicklIng in the ThroaS Just a little tickling In the throat Is that what troi4lcs you But it hangs on Cant get rid of itt Home remedies dont take hold You needSneth1ngsttOflgera regular medicine a doctors medicine Ayers Cherry Pectoral contains healing quieting and soothing pfpper ties of the highest order Ask your doctor about this No alcohol in this cough me dne jcArC l iD- Mcii1oa peitWsIy pseYeetS oo4 MaltJt tkawY aJtew jtt coaUaiic AaaJlverJsaprftllttM ofue Atrs PIlI arellYtr gdIHyserdct- INJc yi i t SISs 1 stomach troubles was horp bean lor iron wood and he asserted that epilepsy and other fits could cured by the root of the herb e also advertised a method making bard wAter soft and I his dupes advised that a twot ounce vial be suspended in ihe water promising that after boil ing all impurities would the valdUnable to prove to the posti Officials thatany of his possessed yirture a fraud orde WRS issued shutting off to him- tlle use bf the mails He ha ben arrested and will be brougI tb trialI Forced To Leave Home Evety Sfferers dthclimate But this iis costly and not always sure Theres a better way Let Dr Kings New Discoverp cure you at bo wr troubleftaswhen all else failed and I gained 47 pounds in weight Its surely the King of Ballands owe their lives and health to it liis laldsCo Croupaw Throat and Lung troubles 60c arid 100 Trial bottle free at rlaydon Robertson Pleasant Grove Mr Haryey Lealuntn and wile of Springfield pent SatI urday bud Sunday yithbis aLJdx rs J S JJflLeacMr W A Thompson and iCe are visiting hia brothersGarland Evansville Ind Mrs Kate Litsev Mary Mar ti innturned from Lruuvilltj liMrThtinvisiting his neire Mrs J S Y CtikeyMibS Mary Biuuion of Boston is the guest of her sister Mrs EdBirchi pirsThurpdav With her son J S L achm n Mr Fraak Borders iud wire aie visiting in Springfield Miss Harvey Vanjkrsdale1 en eriained the young folks Srtu r day night in a most charming manner Mr James willlams andMr Lerhune of UarrodsburgK Spnday with the tiitsey brothers Mrs Mary Thompson and children spent Thursday with parents Mr aid Mrs Leroy Reed l lGood results always follow the use Foley Kidney Pills They contain st the Ingredients necessary to tone etrigthen and regulate tbe dneys and bladde and to cure bacd heI Haydon Robertsoni ILivedT t Another ghost walked from the closet the other day and ii is causing no end offa rumpus in family of Henry H Been a wealthy cigar manufacturer who ied a fewmonths ago By his family and friends Heert Was hailed as a model wan with ino thought ngecra ed to anything ave that his business and his y ifand children When his willwa examined following ihis eath it was found to contain a provision bequeathing 50000 tto another woman Trailing down the suggestion of a double life the lawyers discovered that he had actually married the other woman although he had uevar been legally divorced from his rst wife The other woman was in curt tne other day and sked that her bequest be given preference over that of the widow and children The de ceased proyided v that 150000 be divided among the widow end children If this is done there will not be enough left to give the other woman her 50000 Strenuous protest was made to the laVers application to the Surrogate and ft is probable she will be frozen out when tie case is adjudicated A Gcwrwis anl GlwrHible wlsk-I I wish all might know of the fit re I receded from your Foleys K5dv aey Rejaedy saiys I N Regan iner Mo His kidneys and bladder j andgave4 annoyance he fcould autwork von sleep He say Foley i Kidney Rem Idy completely cured hUD Haydon k Robert oc J HUGH ELDERW 1F countyBoyDies i diloMrtand ourebest and brigdesH young men RUnJstreet Friday morning fcom ar trt t mInHhngd jItj mise was indeed a shock to very one Hugh was a fine boy and de wasstJventeeoCbiistian young man and at the time of his death wi president off the Young Mens Bible Class of the Baptist church of which Miss Ora Adams is teacher The funeral servic s at the aptist church Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock were attended byaI irge dumber whichi of itself as an eloqupht tribute to his sterling worth and upright character Hisclasstedby Miss Adims acted as gunrd ofc h foonorducted the services aid was a sisted by Rev W H Smithol the Christian church and Revs Campbell Purdom arid Moore all of whom were old fri ndsotI thefamiry The tributasby Rev M thooreHugh was converted ail II vtt Purdom who baptized him were eloquent and touching and many b ears were deeply moved The temnt was in Spring Hill l cemetery Harrodsburg Repub hecanl ipt 8gg rlisafifir kits the Bills fyee This world famous rifle shot whot holds the championship record 100 igeons in 100 consecutive shots is ving at Lincoln Recently in terviewed he eaffss I sufi reda bl4deJltroubleandkidney medicines all of which gave t takingFoieyKicFoley Kidney Pills I had severe backaches arid pains in friy kidneys with suppression and i cloudy voId- ing On arlsingr en th morning 1 would get dull headaches Now It ofave1lney Pills and feel 100 percent dId lite nomye thrtsonDied At B rdstowni ir widowjIj of th6 late John Severance for many years clerk of the Marion county court and one of the countys most popular citizens t died at4he home of her daughter I Mrs Aich CoxV at Bardstown with whom she had made her i omefor several years past lastt Saturday morning after linger f i ng illness The remains were brought here Monday morning and at 10 clock the funeral Aites1A church conducted by the pastor t R av A C Grelves The interment followed Tn the family lot i sannumber present at the funeral1 iincluded inn of the city solder men and women who had long known and honored the deceased Mrs Severance was born Jan uaty221838 and was therefore iin her severitythird yeah She had lost not only her husband but also her oldest daughter Alice and twovsons John and TpsepHt Mrs Severance wa all widely known andl loved for her cheerful disposition and her great generosity of heart The surviving children are William jf Severance of Somerset Mrs Isaac Shelby Warren of SolDer set Mrs Arch Cox of Bards i 1ibwnattd Miss Laura Severance of Bardstown all of whom with the exception of1 Williarn Sever ance were present at the funeral Lebanon Enterprise Notice All rsons1njJebtedto feuJ nesay Bakejr wf alIat the office of MarshalliDoQCan wd fffsettle thejiccount witlidat fur her notiOeSP it UeDINf ErIers IeN Pr LI aiti ir11LJk 1 sshington c r fF11anzneraare sysJj Country II bMtt field writeS us lam oti inyl ly Mfrwconsider that portion of thestale and middle Kentucky truly Ui Wejbavemeadows I hvetraveled over many etates but have never e land produce so well as this sec lion I raise corn oats wheat and tobacco the latter beipg iymoney crop I hIVe twenty si i jqstbeJnfinest crop I have eyerraised I was compelled to build new barnr to take care of it I will make this year about 230 per cre and you will find few crops doss well for the farmer j is3bumpercropandI winter I have plenty of old s f corn end am fattening fifiyhob r the October market I ex pect them to bring me tw iity dollars a he idfThe farmers in ou r sectior have 3one tHlpr several years 8n1l if people want to know Ifarming paySj let qeaL t visit W ba rrnsr Our Country i i KeachlnjfheTp iinvig ltbealthc Bitters is the greatest health 1libuilders the world has ever knows stolUCtlivenriches the blood tones a 4 Uvijgp tes the whole system and eoaWit yon to stand the wear and tear 04 iIsu i1ritesr e three bottles f1JSlfctricJ Bit tersmake tic60 RobertsonS PIadGuilty t Three prisoners charged with being implicated in the lynching Carl Etheringion in Newark Ohio appeared in coart Than I day and changed hefr plea fromi t KniltyycTguilty whereupon e courtmeted otat the follow ing fines Chas Baker colored aged 24200nd ten days i b ii jail for rioting Cnarletf Clay moulder 300 ndthlr iitf ja i piler a ed21 son of a retired business maDS200and thirty days in jail forv assault andr bat te dHarrylic safety of Newark was fe UiMaY9rThursday for his resignation but had r fused to han Itin Reliable Mtriicine Nit a fitir Get the genu1neFoleysHOea d- Tarin the yellow package jit is fe and effective Con ainVi 50 odiitQB Reuse siiitltutes Haycter Robertson LEBANON IOCAL From The Falcon Miss Evelyn Drury oL We t Lquisvpleian Mr Wl1fct Jili nary of Lebanoa will be married Octcber 19 i The bans were PiI1 I Icliahed Sunday M r H T G 1 rUn of Bradf ordIs yillesold to Mackln iRogers a ouryear old combined horse for 237 50 Nir Gartta fcought ttiiv week 9 mule dolts tpt1c raDI- i1gfi wL0l025O Muss MyrfcTi AlbertaocI tb rtdaulher t liOn oftheBdfOlileMCiI 0I and Urn l C1rkCos1cceIICyoanS don ot Miar o eouHtyt wire wr ricA at the residence of the brid Ss- Ip rt t yesterday morni Wkite hatlu ls 1 Sc 4iqrfrom liarMeca 4at rts l of t ndl Matot1lM brM I near tlwi JItugst5ei JI IS tdar i J rkittngILMiii Aiam 8as4 MWW- am 1ugat i 1 lip 1 ftevA XGrar h t arslIatna i well koyoa tths spPo 11SQiei f a son qftJl ty gate aMl tbe bod L t4 fJfQ Wadhot bwSf f j 1 faiwbM aJMJ jijjltrii Mow iefl ajMepl r SS Mr WaJiKfrDj a 2fLu ofMr11 111 of Jr i oaotdOM iaduI4tig4lyah sMessdSw esricti atMarhiir ooCty iiW atfck hoaie aC Saturday ar4e YJII t tiroorMeilf IIisaiP WBrlghte 4isns 4 1 fhi1 t brse7kc4beest4holdp J v Ices 118 u3oIded a bij MQJI1t ra5nind j14 1 wss ia1iiCaThob cisluy threl beiWe US on LeoDUt W h gPe4bN bMW I weefc before ofri1pticMi + r The imneMM aabr e iiieand rl ierfro tijjintOOIIaUe w1no IidM macrat ftWet4 ka idrh ewaheld Dusssssd iitI r jd by bin IWW t t M4breeiiersa 15 f jTbescMG r 1 ThatKflk7 iaa1aw4 ithll1At Qti illine4r jsny t o bSrSZ1fSi enMieti J1t tJIUPL illi ibowab the recasii TSta atofnpeeerPh ctaatrttloein n st r JJf tIM t omlogsboolf ye3rdL t1O0- sa here titpi t4 jiState ot JJC 1MdiSs tIQ 0 k aMi ot esy rCitUL bHWN 1IWt7OS ci4 1DOnt ai wSS thait m f sjM rftlHr st the best n the otLer hd 1iSThe dlscrpey frai this Isaid to be biM ttMi veenssI illiteracy mof UMI wlipH Siece tha Slat frraiihii te aeon fit every partal afcoiltiiiee thai thsir GlWNIa iwlU Jtt dvantages tiIitoiIi-P iit i Ulf All parsoas i3 t r agaiaat the 1 Jr Motory are led1 pr 1 tlMtproy no JMr for toeeaj ie at P pe Dow knowing t ajSb4Sd toIMJ ldOpaytbiS1mMOu1k is ittportaiV thM tMljiiif is l aetikd as IO lLd tl a ltS mbIr271S f LLMiJT= fi r =till Wor1di 1 t irMw tJ + J S54is4+ Pbip UM aOIiX c a hi which ahiWas bdt IW f7 which tbe WlowinroryU il Aorkaisais4naestl 7 i fIiilMio 01 aMt fell lIdO ot4-t stJIifkIr1Ybsut s1 yTM 1MtIat s St bIs aiat3i a4 the mas lv j ornItI It takest tell i t The War Ote atbissbetel a eoflftftMii aad d4 tc not to pfOa s UM ase4 by ttJJAA ia t oidisIotsahs w ITajo- r tM a l 4 1 For 31 J t I r II i 1 iNI olpi I a bwN1L WI x t i busif trih aanf 3 7 I 7 I I t r fj L LL f t 1 tENws4EADtiz tLICY 1l i J j iiJt Jf ritfiip L JlSMPOUI I i JUtton MKl P WieberC F riocTt11j iijifti7 1 k r 1111of Ajjp0Ml Stew 1 ftty ctaokM an important phase oC wba etotttitatM ft leol tiJfi y Iiqw i i local option district ifft1s j 1 j Iwp from Mercer r fcragfty ft tbs OMt of the Corn Il7 4 otws1th etc itgaiftt W A r Bottom Mkl BtWitt Bout of ff f Llwr4rg The liquor was r Mdkcit Isf ttltphoat and by Jttfcr to fee asttto o min par i i ssIRsrrodibrg1 Tbt liquor noji MB aoitiy txprees oy othfcr H e oa ouritr f but wucItUvO- Hiti t b bgr 1KJlone who collected t p y tii SKMMJ or Bottom or rJ f IJiaU iriowM Bottoms bro r t Haltr Bottom Mad feoota ware 1 fJ I iaaGa toe selling irWility in a if kNBpl optip district aid their ijifcoraaji ooitaMiUd thac the alt ef ftbt whttktj was made in j Liwsoberg ad notiii Her p7SSTi bit u Co rtQf Aptt peak MJS thk oatt it different w OM irlHNrtJjqiouft shipped ha a bola tdewty by common carrier into a local optiondisf j4I Hfctal on a boa fide order J hYp Tb jppaUtkxiQf Louisville is s r 4lMIB The Kin over 1900 i Wleiitb CIty had 204931 is 94 i jpfr ttfct Im 1900 Loaisyille was or th1s eifbtemith citym the United t lkyate Trader the present cen t c J MM el 1910 Lomkyillt cannotbe eee than the twentithirdI eitr ii lraak of population I f tilEs ik a poeeibilitr of it going T r J lia tweatyfifta pl oeJy- ctiisag14 SIts tk Bills Eye fTW wed4 IIQiUle hot who lMliv the Mpio8 hip record 100 ri piff MtalM cofwecutive shots is ttrkijf at Ii coim HL Recently in 1 tmiew1u MgsI suffered a Wjf tiewitk kidney and bladder fTMAIeaB used several willl known Idibiey aieilclHes all of which gave J e JIO re1if aath started taking r icyd4B4j Pills Before I used FeH1 JUdxey Pills J had severe t beckackM ad pains in my kidneys with MipffeMioa amd a cloudy void teir OK ariBUr ei the morning I IIWget Uae aches NowI hays takem thee twtjtics of Foley KUkty Filh aiJel 100 per ceL- Ii 0Mtter Ian sever bothered with my iiOey or bladder and again feel- f11kc aiy ow self laydonL Rob rtHLl I fj r ri1S r 1IIJ yJJ4r pdMr8 W A Tnomp LLftbo and son Raymond are yi itI D lug hk jrpther Garland in EvaayI1teIndana Paring his q ace Me Ed Litsey wilt have charge of the store lira S 0 Nan Arsdale had theil Imiafortunetofa11 lust week re J ceiyici severe bruises about her tarI At present she iis progresst 4igwH 2 life Emma Polin visited tbei Goodlett Tudaytt t MfaaHwttj VanArsdale en ifMrtai tji a Dumber of friends on JUt afctarday ma very charring r MMMMT i Mrf JV Hopper and Mrs J I Marti spent last week iin T6oIotaUIe t z i Mr JB F Grace has returned Irs a tiP ib Nelson county J4VrJisBr Noe and family iSfMwt Sunday here i Miss Alma VnArsdaTe bas rttfcrnfd to her Jornein Haf odecurlatter a viJt to Miss Harvey yanArsdalf Farced To Leave Home Zyety year a larg number of poor iafferers whose Jnu are sore and rack iriith coughs re urged to go to another But this la costly and not al ways sure mere a better way Let Dr X NewlDiscoyerp cure you at Rome It cured nie of lung trouble writes WR Nelson of Calomiie Ark i when all else failed and I gained 47 pounds in weight Its sjirely the King of all cough and lung cures Thousand owe their lives and health to it Ins positively guaranteed for Coughs Colds LaGrippe Asthma Croupn1l Throat and Lung troubles 50cand lOOT11al bottle freest Haydon Robertson JReunion f j On Saturday October 8th 1910 tbebrotbersJsisters and rela tives of the hachelor brothers Harvey Eugene and TwineCol vin met at their residence the ld Cotvin homestead ou Rock run two miles east of Wlllisburg Ky and spent a most enjoyable day atjabout9the following persons had as sembled Cousins B T CJolvin MrsBet tOo vinl Geo Colvin and Mis T Willie Colvin Mrs Sallie Noel osephlI Lloyd NoeJ Maud Noel Joln Noel Mrs Alice Noel Prestcjn Co key Mrs Martha Cooksey Miss Lulu Cooksey Mrs Nora An derson and son Augustus Mrs Nanqy Ferrell Jerome Colvin Mrs Flora Colvin Miss Ruby Colvin Of nearer relatives Erasmus Cumley Mrs Sallie A Cumley sister Miss Ella Cum ley William Cumley andEa Cumley William Shewmaker Mrs Kate Shewmakei sister Miss Hattie SShewmaker Stanley ShwmakerWSCol rID bro Mrs Martha Colvinl Fred Col vin Miss Hattie Colvin EUsa Colvin Miss Bertha Hays Geo Foster Friends Mrs Fanny Prather Elder J A Sims Mrs Emma Simms Master Stanley Sims andrin43Se afternoon Boss Settles and Tliomas Young The morning hours were spent in cjordial greeting and in remi aiscertes of former times At noon a Bat down to a bountiful repast to which all did ample justicet After dinner Elder Sims made a short but very ap propriate address usipg as the foundation of his remarks the third chapter of the ollossian letter At the close of Edpr Sims ad dress all again engaged iu pleasant conversation until the de clining sun a dm9nisbed us that it was time tha we should take the parting hind and return to our respective homes It was a feeling of gladness mingled with sadness that this was done glad because we were here on this good dayoflglOrand sad be cause in all pVbbability these guests here aasefpbled would cever again meet iu earthly reunion A mere glauce at the habiliments of mouningr worn by A number of guests were sufficient to impress us with the fact that this earth is not our biding place and tbat we knosnot how soon that we or those who are bear and dear to us may be called to that bourne whence no travel er Returns as some of our dear ones hayebeen In the very recent past anctthat now is the lime to preparefor an entrance into that House not made with hands fosebUilderandmaker But memories sad and tender a e brought to mird by hese re uni jns Even as we looked upon the oil Dujlding of primitive architecturwe vere bound to think that it was erected by our imaternal grand fathers sixty yeuiago and that here he spentIwas the home of our father for twentyseven years apd of our r fashereand sister had entered into Jifel rran1hoodspent and from its friendly shel ter we had goneforih some to distant States to enter into lifes battle for ourselves and it was from the portals of this old house hat a brother and a sister iri theirearly j buth had gone forth tatry the realities of the Great Unseen But time and space forbids us to mention all that was brought to mind by1 thisreunion Suffice iit to say that all who were pre seat on this bright autumnal day feel that it was good for them to be there qqwhilelife shall last the8Lhdiiof October 1910 will be a sacred memory to tbem The FirSt Gentleman Who was the first gentleman The Prince of Darkness hits been pro nounced ooe4Ibut only mortals can fairly count According to John Bulls rime there w sno geutlernan when Eve span Tueilrst AdnmdeJfand ed bowever for Juliana Beruers armor In 14SI5 ClIo became n t hurl from the curse of God and etb a gentleman through his fa thers a ndinothers blessing Thattis- to say Sotb was the first mini who could toast of family Cain having been cast out of the pale while Abe presumably jxrLshed too young r nc ton Chronicle 44 S OtherVVaiygRudyard visiting at a country house at whlcn SlIss Dorothy prew the famous granddaughter of Mr Gladstone then a little girl was also staying She was sent out Into the autllprrnterJulned them little MJas Dorothy Vsked Ibolll you didnt pore waI Kipling I Xo hilt he bard me frightfully was the unexpected atid resigned re ply 0 Waita Bit uetLoik hire How long am going to have torwalt till that half portion of ddiick irdcrtdj Walter Till somebody orders the otler luUf We cantt go out aiud kill half a duck To ledo Blade 1 Flirtation tWhat really ionstltutes flirtation asked the yoiint man of the woman of pe world j Attentlon without Intention IB ailed the pxperlwed one Scraps I Still a Housekeeper at 104 Living far up In tbe Allegheny mountains sa remarkable woman who Is more than 10J years old She has the proofs of her n1e and tbe in Kabltants for miles around gather on Aug 2 each year to make merry on her birthday and to express hope tbav she may live many more years She is Mother Shoemaker and her home Is near Dubols Pa She was born In 1800 Bent with her years but hippy bOUS1bnlltor a servant ays she Is strung enongh to do herI twn work and to attend to her own tnntl It would not bother her If ihe did not have an Inrome for her support She says she could earn her Dwq living without any troffblel She has lived the Mmple life she has worked In the fields rind she has been nsILipr No Doubt A out It II love you be cried passionately Do you love me aloneV she asked after the manner of cautious maidens Gee Thats when love you most he replied somewhat ambiguously New York Times Talent Appreciated Do you third John Milton would be facing poverty If iln were olive tO Iav f Vot jf 1Ii WIor wilHiig to Uf valid III t 8iiIsiu tlrI SHE WAS NO SHIRK And She Had No Patience With rvioa erri Cooking Methods Different person have varying Ideas us to what constitutes a good housekeeper The Ideas hid by Mrs Dana Goodyear were her own and firmly fixed Ive gdt nothing to say against those that follow after these modern t nqtlo s of cooking like the ministers wltet she remarked one tiny but all I canetat els that her ways arent my ways and never wouidbe Shes been to a city cobklug chool letllwal presume so and Mrs Ooou- yearg ehln took on Its firmest expres onSbewns telling me yesterdays how she could do a mornings baking 5egulardInnerand three or four spoons to wasli when shes done aside from the dinner dish es She told me twas by CDoking school system she did It planni Sl1nd rinsing out as she worked and s She seemed real proud of It but It struck ate tls a pretty slack way of doing kitchen work There Isnt a Ihzy bone In my- body If J do say it bud when Ive done a Saturdays baking Im safe tp say Jnt theres hardly a bowl left ob my panjry shelves and Ive got a gQod hours work before me right in my kitchen sink where anybody that comes in con see Itt Youths Companion KING OF THE METALS The Importance of Iron to the Elec trical lIndustry The very root of the electrtctil industry Is Iron without Iron It is doubt- fulllt the larger generators and the mighty motorscould be built for the powerful magnets upon which these Inventions depend for their power are all made of soft Iron either in the form of thin plates or long wires coy ered with insulation Nearly every one Is familiar with llPrseSboelDugnet1Wl1IChIs shape IS rubbed agalrfst another mag net It Is charged and will renaln sq for a Iqttg time The1 magnets used In electrical machinery are Of the Induc tion type that iv the uiaguetls i7 van WIshes just as Boon as the cur eat Isj taken nwa iroUl them If you wind n long Insulated wire tig itly around a soft Iron core and send thrpuglr this wire a weak current of electricity the corp will be Instantly possessed of strong uingnotlo quiUIUoSr This fad In he basis of all elettrIe mnrorsaud generators The field coils are usuallv made of a soft Iron core wound with yards and yards of Insulated wire Whetf thicijnxut Is sent throughtltls- wire the dbft Iron core Is turned Into a powerful maguH and this magiiottf power Is u4t1 to drive motors or to generate more electricity Elootrinil Bulletin v Elephants In Captivity The frninpr fla hwj for auj Instant his dark lantern on thct liig line of ole phnuts They are asleep he snRl In cap tivity Ijepliunts always sl tl stand lug Why Is that the visitor kttJ They 11tt1ownto sloop In thbjun gle Yes said the trainer doni knotf vlIyJt is But youll neiersoe captive elephant sfeep lying down Some people say a captive olcphnnt never really sleepssleeps sound tlUlIlItftjconfidence r only lasts almut three hours lit thnt Afl the rest of the nlRllthe rocks fmn side o side In the darkCInpInfnti Enquirer iHopi Courtship iWhCn a Ilopl nm dtii dechies which of tlu ligibleyoitng men of the tribe she wishes to marry she goes and sits In his liitiK jujrt grinds corn until tte- lis HiilnVhfitly ImiiressiHl by tier Indtls try to marry her After tilt ceremony wiikli Is av elaborate one tbe couple go to jlvp In the wifes house If site tires df her husband she can obtain a divorce by nlerejy throwing his saddle out of he house After marriage thc house tjelds and all thqir property t x ccpt theahenls belong to the wife The Hopls are Indulgent parent lliq right of the chililrvii to du ntth Is tieror tIuetl9lteci Varied Views off Marriage Mnrrlagttb a lottery to tthe liHelielur urgent nejt sst In the opinion uf jhe wld wt r n tklightful tejiiptatimi to tliq wtilovi Jihblt with a good ninny Louisville CpurlcrJournal t Good Talker Yeast Dill you ever have the acouth tic properties of ydiir house testcdV CrlnisotilWakOh yes my wife Is test ng tlllannll till time 4 Yonkers Sts bit fl8fl No man sympathizes with the sor mitts of vjjnllvjohnsott fIf 4 W f i if If i I PLANTERSIi1 f I I l tn Ff 1 it POSE LEAF WAREHOUSE t II SPRINGFIELDf st j C KYr ff l jf 1i r Tandy Quisenheppy 6e Go rroprs i 4 e v rbAnction f Jc 1 1ia1 SalesS 5 Well6 LightenI SalesS 1 FI oorilti4eI aii I1 L i L It IJJ Houso 1 IsgNear The Depot T 1 r rIC7l1r q willbeyourf i twg t t c Jv- u Tanfy Ouisenberry Manager = = f uft1IrI9 Y = jtTZk UITjIFort i ii- I Meli and Boy C1othinl j Mens Suits Hart Schaffner and Marx v I 8 oo to 30 OO MeivSt 7 ffJ1 I 2000Ii i J Childrei Knee Pants Suitsr H W 250 to 1000 I Full stock Mens Suits and Pants in Corduroys Kerseys Kaiki and Twills J t Mens aiid Boys Overcoats and Raincoats in all styles and pncesl Womens Tailored Suits i I Womens Tailored Suits in Cheviots 25001o3KOO Woineiis Tailored Suits in Basket Weaves 2500 to 3000 Womens Tailored Suits in Broad Cloth 800 to 2500 J Womens Tailored Suits all wool Serges 1250 to 2500 i Womens Tailpred Suits Fancy Mixtures 750 tqI oOrr Misses Suits Serge and Dragonets ioOO to 1500 J k J I r jfrr r f I f Weo1ipit pour TcadeJ2 i r i ICUNNINGHMDUNCN 1 OQJtev + The Famous RaYo7s the Lamp of Real Beauty because it gives the best light of all lamps The Rayo gives a white soft mellow diffused lightteastt on the eye because it cannot flicker You can use your eyes as long as you wish under the Rayo light without strain The Rayo Lamp is lowpriced and even though you pay 5 10 or 20 for other lamps you may get more expensive decorations bufi you cannot get a better light thaithe lowfI iced Rayo gives A strong durable shadeholder holds the shade on firm and true This seasons new burneradds strength and appeirance Once a Rayo User Always One 1eatersiywktre llltOf at yours write for dtscriptoe cimiar fart nearest c if tilt Standard Oil Incorporated v HuaaiiL VDi t7 1irBf f rioi r CAN HAVc Warm Rolls Pies Cream l I f l and Rye Bread T every morning at 1III oclock by tele- JDhoningfor I Katie callingat HeMeir BrO5 fI i t i Phone 69 f1 11 I r 4 a 4ii Try One of our Grgjfir juiCeJ iItrJln 11L McElroy rWkrton r Real Estate Agents We have in our hands for sale the foMowing described Ij priYra1lQf which we will ba glad to show anyone that wishes to buy prpporty 100 Farm cohtuining 115 aero well located good six room dwelling tenant house and barn price 4000 JOI Farm ot ISO SOrBS 5 room dwelling house 2 barns price 32 per acre t 102 Faroi ot 177i n retmUaS front MaqkviUe f103 Farm of 135 acroe seven i one miles from Springfield good tenant house and two barns motlyingrass- price 70 per acrjc t 106 Farm 45 tltres g jod house andt barn good lland nd well feVced Pried 4500 I 107 Farm 170 acres located rmifoa from Springfield Ky mall house stock and tobacco barn well fenced and watered Psice 60 peiacrc 108 Farm 170 acres one mile from Mackyillej well improved in very waK lays wen and in a high state 6f cultiva tion Price 12000 109 Farm of 84 acres 6 milo from Springfield small hcuid and goo bam = 1 Springfield 6 room dwelling t nall stockand tobacco barn and newly fenced Price 46 Ir nero IFarm 14T acre S 12 milw from Spriztflqti l ttiee dwcliig and barn tll- laysr l wellnewlyi fmcd ami ipditly in rim Price 1750 MKJtit j 112 6 room frame cottap isa sr es of land nice little harp atid QtWr 6 t Ibnildings feoatad 12 mils from Spring 11ekLiie200 213 Farm of 80a acres r72 miles fpraSpjinjfftoJd 16 iidr abro mill Beats aJJI1 r JIfoithetiirstl riot halt express my feelersl It II tieti1cotractcd it end with pbeumOela rite first JcttUcl flQJilntes flttvJda Roft9 rfsdn rr Notice f u I Arl pirscffe incietod tohBcn t nessy Biker WIn ball at the offief of Marsh tl Duncan aid spttii the ace oun waliout ft r bor 0 lC I i Dress Goods i Mesaline Sjlks i t Taffeta iilhs Persian ilY t Dress Ginghams V rt 3 l SpecialJ prices on Carpets ugsm fji l gurtairis and Wall Paper 7 j t i jr 1 tI 1 t Company Light lLac j FTPPUI blIC t SaIfe 7it FahugIl I mp 1Jr i 1 I Ieluents y On the farm of R W CIements4I 12mJrfieJd on the Bardstown pike on Wedilesdayy Qothbei 1tftt Sale to begin at 1230 o lock sharp This wil hi a alb s Iute sale of everything put up without anyc oct rf iiy Jl1It bidding to close out partnership between lt W CWix and Hite Clements jS f T 1 head llOO lb steers 5 cows all subject to iregister 2 regis teiedj to be fresh soon t 1 twoyear old Shorthorn Bull i 2 yearling Steers jA2 arluigHqlfer8 J 2 sticltlingCalves I 4iyepr otd brood apd good work Bed Bird mare in foal to Ja kaopd mare mufb colt by ber s3e jl 4 year old good broo and wprlc mare a good Hbrse colt bythec side = 139ftl old Chestai Dare niare broke to ride and drive L 1 5year oldCottnty Member gdhai ns s and saddle hprse 1 yearling perman Coach hoiietroit 1 lOyear okitorae a gopd worker 3 twoyear old mare mule Jo1 1 5year old good WVIA rauje zt 2 sows and 13 shotes t eri About 800 bushels con j 1X Sstiacks Oats i i t 4 r 2ltlogChins 1 Jiti1 t 2 riding Buckeye CnJtiatora + t 1 sIng esV1CP i eb f Iwew Seed Pan 1 80 tooth Harrow 7 r 1 wagon and ej i J i 1 i l loww agQnb t 2 pair stretchers IJtIvJfr II 14inch riding oreaku plow 1 Deering Mower 1 Buckboard j J Single trees double 5eea esnr householdLfurnitare ar d o4er ttoo numerous tometlti p fl Five shasof tqbkIn Peo113pittB- ankofSplijfield Ky s r 1TERMS0and linoelc Vi cash Over thatain unf6mon ti1M itssst ttt good personal fiecuriJty payable ifn Iitherrfc Bk tlSpHngfluM Ky t llI wCLEMENTS SON 0 ii ii I II r r1 I FOR RETT OR SfiLEJ First I Class itJ t I i Ba Ii fIJNG LLEJL t IIiiI 11 t ii + c4as ecr iti j 5 i tif 1 41 rt JfihJfJI ti r tt J it AppIyatQrceI d L I JI 1Ji ri t t i5 jjS Lk1t Inmp t U i f I1 DR G TBUItTOII 8 DEft DENTIS- T4EETH I EXTWCTEB IflHOUT PAIN ip ll i ek c IPawG J M- Yi fj if Strict- lyFcIaU a rk J aiflUDD t i W1ciu ud SSurgeon- i e hoLfl1 8 to 9 ttm1 f 7 f 1 to 2 pan over Haydons Drugstore JJLilnpton M D fIct M Opera lliise i t Jie 8 Ra4tc N 38 D H i 7 T W FGRIGSBYt- J ot i fl tJPtNYAT LAW Ti i hlk 5 r PINOFIEt4D KY- Sr ftv i W HYATT i oioe ipyftc RedtJrosl Dg 4prt V0fkbxmr Hyatt 1030 lto iV M 4to 5 pvte j i 8 Y MAYESUI- KECTORRIIEAI it TELEPHONE AID UCES10 EMBALMER DAY 19k N1 1f IQI1TSXGFJELD H jI iff SSjS4RaUroidSchdule t lie I JPdllowinr isthe time schedule- S v HOW in effect on tUe Bardstown E4 Springfield branch railroad j fKp 4lL ive5 Louisville at fisig in Bardstown Junction fBS2pnir Bardstown 606 p m ramVea at Springfield 655 p m i 1 Nor 42 iieavcs Springfield at j 6004 mVBardgtown 645 a m- iBrdtowo I Jtnctibn 730 a in- arJTe3 L at Louisville 820 a in 4 i No 4Q Leaves Llouisville at tJ S72O am BardstoiI 0nctiou 855 a mf0arast6wni 1005 a m- r4ve3 at Sipringfieid 1140 p m 1 I1IN 44 Leaves Springfield at ilPJQ Ji Bardstowfl 220 p m- c l4srdtOwn UnCtiiQLm L ul vi1e545p m No 90 ndavson1yLeave Springfield 715 am Bardstown S8OO am Bardstown Junction 345am arriyes at Louiaville 335 am No 91 Sundays olilyLeaves- Louisville at 606 pm Bards fiora Junction 645 ptnBard town 730 prn arrives ai i Springfield at 825 p m r f ttfrruit and Shade A t toj TREESiJ ft j 1 s a J s Eyerylhin for O chard Lawn dbld Write fprCatalogue i Noagents i z I1 F ILIENM Y Leiinglpn Kyv 141J I i uim i S t rf l ymSAflSN jrit r THE flitlea Qut are dull nld grays ylua la in the west V y And In the aiiclent cJilcj ri coopVf SSeggs are In t1f nest pAnd can you Jblanjfi thc patletlt hens It for tt time theyI11I8VPstihelr dally task so underpaid fo 0 In weather such as this fg7 WOUld you were you a Epeckled hen r Go forth And freeze your feet j When Peary weather saO tap Ivti rMat joUief folks might tat t Or woflld you hunt the tallest perch 3 And sI1Uh fackadayl SIfyoull excuse my classic slang vf tfhls Is no time to Iay2 Just like the warbler on thestare IWho at the public e1ngS iii ir A hen may too hae temperament And moQda and all those things Arid for her reputation took t5 She may lu ve some regardVWhenheViiware she cant compete f wIt swb311Jnj the ynrtLVt r Thcn et cajmly htrte our tlmo fItwill flOthCIPtftV eF For uVtdtcil her wiiai iodo1 i We arc ht In her placer t But m f vnwhlle saffn8hcrc and there Motlar or a dime 414A th tww1U5havesenOugb f of 1ft Tebujs an esg spmefXlme t Her Cjdition1IS- V she iiapplly marriedV WcltSOO16tbtnl quite as desk peOV l1atJ She ite happily w ed- F jAjF t VgTOJNLocal LtIHpp Kttf Freshef t and Latest i I AH Afcrout Yourself Friends I 1dAcquaintances l JM Io6al saleSatorJJday J l ldPi mo b Rock Roos ters for sale 75c IVV5 sTiYasteSVSM 2 Mound City Pafnts may cost trHloqlrehuta VtVLeOJaydoflP When looking for bargains in thi1Iinerrcal1onV VWatben Shj der ft 1 Forty Hours Devotionivill commence Sunday at St Domi nics church in this city FOItSA EGood seed wheat 100 per bushel or 100 screened A B Walker V atthejleastl II- Wathen ShaderV 111Ietsandr9ostersI 1StanlyR SALE 3year old mar lady broke and not afraid ofau t mobi1e or train H iIjVVDerrigerV r See our new hats Friday and Saturday Dandy hats fqr the money VV Mrs Williams The Ladies of the Presbyte j rian church will serve an Supper November 5tb olsterI 10 p mat Court Hbuse Every bodyinvitedV VS J r Rev W H Williams wilt fit his pulpit on next Sunday In the morning will speak on The Sword ol Goliath and at night on The Mount of Cruci fiction The local Masonic Lodge has placed in the P stofflce alaige1 i fire and burglar proof safeV It islmade iu stricfaccorilance with the Government requirements being Qte proof and containing aT teel line burgl atr proof case j LOST Between St Rose and- Springfieldofl Tuesday Oc- tobertath a deep bordflFmder VWjI1VSf warded byV Mrs A R Shultz Marriage license was issued this week to Fred Shields and Miss Qordla Coulter to Ollie Bishop and Mks Annie Crooke toJasV W Boulderman and Era ma Stuart Clay brboke and to jJdwin Dupuy yWoodson hd Ell len Farra GrkoryVS Mr Alva Perkins sold his farm in the FenwiCkneighbor- hoodconliaining84 acres to Mr Albert Masters for 30pO GtO1 Isham sold his farm hearMack yule containing 170 acres1oVV pharlie Sbewmaker for 3Bhese sales were the by Mc Blroy Wharton v J If I do a slight wrc ng doing goodmy Master will foilgive toe So says the minister in W F Manns successful play The Fighting Parson thalf comesjto our local play house fresh from lthlamortJland appeals Ito all elapses Ii Jbas a velDJof natural l bright bubbling comedy without re sorting to vulgarity Xfs pathosI iis touching with a greati heart interest The cast are all equal t its requirement tindVome thingto look lor ward to when itt makes its bow to a Springfield audience on November 1st Missionat St Rosej A Missiocthi conimeuce at St Rose church on Sunday I October 30th and continue for UETOPIVGS- Vt 1 4 SSiVtV- t44W II- i mwro w Teeth tracted w thZ out PAIN of 6 JIare wanted ALL WORK ff- I Done In this office is firstclass I In vertised every respect and just as ad I WYSTALtARDDDSj Springfield Ky ted1byWhose zeal missionary work and eloquence are unsurpassed L ughable ComedyV The Duccan Clark New York QpearaOoberV 19 nth musical lirfney mooners Prices 25 85 prd 50 CefltSVSeats on sale at Red CrossDrugStre VSFarmers InsthuteV The Farmers Institute for Washington county will be held in Spring tiWd this year on Nov 11 and 12thV 1Peinstitutewas to have bfen held af an earlier date but was called off OliBC count of the State Fair Tofr time for Yhioh it has been set is we believe a very suitable time for the farmers and a good securedIWith The BuildersV Bricklayerst arq now at work on la new bakery attthe rear of Miips Katie Hertlein Bros buildiukVThe new jail residence iswell rnVler construction and will be a handsome residence and a much needed public Improvement In the matterof improvements for tobacco warehouses we are taking the lead as tke capacity for handling tobacco has doubled each year from the beginning jOtobaccojO Making ImprovementsV V J n of which fwe spoke m Qur last issue will be called The Planters Loose Leaf Warehouse They have purchased the property near tilE Depot forjnerlyoccupied bythet Springfield LthnberOo an hav prepared to enlarge the building so as to have a large amount of wplfIi located being near the Depot and veryaccessibleI Mr Quisenberry the manager is well known to many tobacco growers of the county and under his able management the house will suceeedV ClaybrookeHolderman MrJas W Holderman and Miss Emma Stuart Claybrooke drove to Lebanon yesterday and CIQS ed by Misses Lucy and Margie Claybrooke sisterp of the bride The bride is a daughter ofr Mr O Po Claybrooke andfa pop ular young lady of the Texas neighborhood while the groom is a prosperous VfapjV HaysBohannan CJ The Louisville Herald of last Sunday contanedthe following H Mrs Thos it Hays has an nounced the engagement of tier daughter Miss Sarah Antoinette Erays t01Jr RobertT Bohannan 1VVTheDecember Mr Bohannan has been in Springfield for a short time and has made many friends He iis thfim Rgerof1 the Washington ounty Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse J0V- 1r L Washington counT a = 1p Warehouse CompaiVVVV VINCORPORATED T SPRINGFIELDj KENTUCKY Loose Leaf Sales Daily VPleiity of Shelter for wagons and teains FREE Best ocation Highest Prices Best Facilities bythey Our Motto Honesty and Square dealV Brintypur tobacco to the Old Houseand be II1 k JROT T BOHANKON II GEN MANAGER AND AUCTIONEER IilIiI tiiiiiVV IB I SSS rP ovOQO QOOooOOO VS Q 1 MONEY VAN BE V4YVEDVI 8 ByBuyirigoneof- r 8 d MdOesV-S J kL 4 Q Airtight Heatrs Q o p Can be nujn at half the cost of any other VIVVV 18 I ES FUEL MORE HEAT VSSee them atQ f r p Q i5 Shultz Cleavers o 0 0 6 K o 6 o4 OO OOOOOOOKXHXKXXt GregogyWoodsoiiV J A very beautiful weeding was that which nnite b the lives of Miss Ellen Farra Gregory VtO Mr Edwin Dupuy Woodson at Pleasant Grove churph on terday The afterndon church was at 3 p clock esII t arie tastefully 4 cQit tedwith potted plants t The groom en tered on the arm of his best man his brotbes Mr onThe brideGrantonWOOdj her brother Mr wbjb gave hefin mai riag They wereft preceded by the ushes Messrs Jonh A Polin ann Hugh Brown Gregory Prank Willett arid Davison Reed Little Misses Catharine Thompson and Mary Merritt were ibbon girlsVKey VV T Overstroet awaited the party ben jath a floral arch from which yas suspended a large wedds bell made of white carnations unler which the im pressive ceremony was perform edVMissL1zze Vaters rendered a beautiful wedding march as the party entered and Miss Francis Martin sang r For Us during the ceremony Tile bride was attractively attired in whitemohuic dress trimmed in gold roses with a hat to match Mr WoudsonV5 a prominent business man and jjeweler of Middlesboru KyV h1kISVV his bride wise is a ughterof Mr Jas li1 Gregory is one of this countys m st popular voang ladies Site is both beautiful aid accomplished and was a socia write 1u stof the county SuddenVDeath Itisjseldoo that a family is visited with two deaths one the cause of the ether in so brief a space of time tis happened iji the Best family ofTtbis c uptyV Mr George W Best died near Texas Tuesday morning after u lingering illness of consumption Funeral services Were conducted at Belblelfem yestferduy morning Just before the remains were carried to the cemetery thepof tin cas opened and relatives and friends crowded round to lake la last view of their beloved dead One among those was Mrs John Best wife of the idead brother No sooner had mansI alglimpsestaggered backward and feji to the llo jr the back of her head striking a bench She waspick ed up unconscious and efforts made to4 revive her butlha short timeshe vas cold in deatb- It is not known as to whether death was duo to the blow re ceived or to bear failure The dead man was 29 years of age and leaves a wife and two child ren He was an honorable and respect upright ofaIlV citizen and enjoyed the Mrs Best was thirty years of age and prior to her marriage was aMiss Drury being a daughter of Mr JasDruyyV Aged Man Passes Away Mr Andrew Jackson White housean aged citizen of Marion county died ut the home of his daughter Mrs HI B Young neat Gravel Switdi Monday morning October 3 1910 of in firmities incident 10 old ago The funeral services wHe conducted jhy Rev Short ut IhbvIileon Tuesday morning and iintermerit was in the cemetery IlereD ceasedwasa man of most equable teraperment always standing squarely and faithfully bp es err thing that was right aha saw jtHe was once married his wife being Miss Lucinda Sharp Shn having preceded him to the grave three years ago To this union ten children were born sx boysand two girls survive Efa leaves twentyeight grand children and seventeen great grandchildrenVi Mr Whitehpu e wa very well I SSSSa known here being the father cf Mrs WV Ms Young of this pla- ceFEFCr9AL 4 Prof Florence of the MaCk ville HighVSCIOOI40paid the Springfield Graded School a visit Monday Mr Jicn McLaughlin formerly of the United States Navy has returned to Springfield Jim has been iin the service four years histime Laving justex pired HewswI1 pfeased lIt tbe service and will re enlistV Mr R U Edelen of Bards town spent a fey days here this weaIV lrsT Jr Graves and Mrs ChinaV T metltift Tuesday morning for Indiapolis Iid tn Visit ObarisTumey and fstuilyAlso while gone they witr yisit their sister Mrs Rot Chumey at Blopmingdale Ind They will begon abou two weeks MrHunter Craycrolt of Sherman Texus1s the guest of his aunt MTss Bettle Grai croft Mrs T Leachman and Mrs Joe Polin spent Wednesday- in LbaninV Mrs E4LfILLVICIIYV and Miss Julia Pirrottaia in Louisville this weekV Miss Laura Bakr is visiting friends in Bardstowr MSS GerirpcP pspenonTg a few days in Louis Hon John Lewis was in Gfeensburtj Monday and Tues day attending the sale of the lands oliis mother the late Mrs Aane Lewin VV Miss Hettie Spalding of Lebanpll spent Saturday here IMiss Elen Wathen1 is spending the wlek in Louisvillet Rev W H Williams and wife will return from their bridal trip this week Mrs Katie Williams and LouisLiiii rIMr ILVU cElrovind daughters Loujse and A Die are spending a few days in Lou isvIlleV1Ir Metler Sturgeon whos bbokkeiper forthb Farmers Tobacco Warehou8elhasreturned to resume his duties for this season I nv Mrs Sallie Sims spent Tuesday in LouisvilleV MISs VMiIgaretEde1enhas returned to her hoii1n birming hamV4jaV after a visit to her launt Miss l Edelen4j IMr Henry EPPt son of Mid Alonaay hereV IwtlYspent Thomas of Leba non was here Monday Mrs H P McChordnd1rs Walter Leachman spent Tuesday in Lebanon Mrs Jack Thompson has re turned to her home at Knob Creek after a visit to the home of Mr and Mrs CL Pricer i Mnvand Mrs H ft VanArs idale and daughter Alma and SODI HVG visited Mr and Mrs S C VanArsdale lajtweek Mr Earnest Thompson of Bardstown spent Sunday here MrandMrs TVUf Cambell and children spent Sunday In Louisville Ti- MissDell h i Ray Gregory who is attending SchOolat St Catharinuj came horne to at tend the GregDryWodfdson wed ding t j TMss Lyd Clement ianl Hrf W F Spalding 6irei anon spent Tuesd Yhereiijj fJ ChAs Green spent part iof llawweek in Bard ow 1 tMt8mve1 VVVftt Wakefield andtf daughter Mary of Maud Jspeut Moidoy here J Ti CQOflSJIF v 0 Ti1 Q I r I iIIt the cleanest andmost uptodate 9 tII IefD Goods Dress Goods t uiifd 1 Novelties and Notions4t 2i IITrimmings I 1 II- Iithas ever been ourpleasnre to show W t I r4li 1 == 4 = = r 5V VV 1 VIz- 4I J I d tMins S fluid Bcy5sC1otMllg- r s l t y r 1 Ic Shoes Hats Shirts arid Neckwear v I a it Doht fail to see our stock ofy i Y i j IcIc F tijftdjOS Suits and C9ats t ji f 4I bore buying We Will be pleased to show yo II = I Theh J RobertsomClaybroookee u- i C o 16 a Lii UJCORPORATEI 4r2vlr W W Mudd spent TVitn day in Bardstown i Hon W D ClavbrookV was iin Louisville yesterdayVV Messrs H M MosvEJVA Burns N G Marks dtChasI Camden are Tin Loxiu iin this j VweelVMr Harry ONan iisiin Lolrs- ville todayV Vev R E C LtenaVtlLiLVI I Grundv arat kUVli tending Mrs the Elizab IIrs11AhceThp Mr John lqersof Nicholas ville visitedhfs brjtherIlr Louis Rogerslast weekVMiss Lizzie Lee of PerrijrUle spent auqday here Mrs Alice Thompson arid Mr Will Thompson Mid family are spending this week in Evansvile Ind jtoeJgUests of Mr Garland Thompson and family Mrs J T Elliott of Lebanon wasin Sprnigtield MondayV Miss Lizzie Logsdon spent last week in Lebanon the guest of Miss BurWt Ray MissIsa Coviri spetflSunda linairfleldV Mr Robert Bohannon spent Sunday in Louisville Mr Letcber Brewer of Leba noii was here Monday Mr land Mrs Tom Spaldin of Bafdstown spent Suriday with Mr and Mrs Ben Haydoij Chris Bertlein spent Sunday in Falrfield r State Bank Building iWorki the new oank biiildiog and several teams are steadily empoyed In making the necessary excavations ItI will be aJa ge and commodious buifdijg two storys in height and an ornament to the lown it will have a vfrootage of 28 feet and will be 70 IeeE in length with an entrance at each corner The work will be pushed rapidl to completion and iit is expected that the bank will be ready to begin b sinesS by December 3gst The bank will start under yttYl favorable conditions for its suc cess as there are a iarge number of stockholders interested init The CommittQO has taken every step necessary to have a bank building equipped in the most modern style both as to the build- Ing and Its fixtures The vaultwill be fire proof and very commodious It v ilf be made by the Victor Safe and Lock CoVOFV Cincinnati Ohio It willcomain a lage number of private steel boxes for the use of patrons of tbe bank1 each box having a lock and keyV Thife V utieaveY useful IatutE- boiit the bank as persons wbti desire a safe placVt6 keeps their y aluubles jnav avail tliettiStlye L rbeBest On Ik I i J I I TMwp Djsclaiid Hoe Grtin JmllM JVI- V drill is not an experimentVfarmers in Kentucky and has proven itself the mattMSf MVV J date drill in lisa It has high drive wh ete dev k iaw r IVIVSIVThis and selfOiling boxes It Jis almple in MMtniitiMi It will sow jut what you want itio Buy Thtpai ani the yield per acre VSrV VV tISpecialtyI f Lewis Chambers peneral Agents r i ii i I 1 itndu M reVJ of thii conveinence and nave a private boy of their ownVToe bank safe whien will also be furnished by the Victor afa nd L qIrCon will contain a space of 5 cubiceet hvinga goose neck CanerMrtge vaujt door It is absolutely lire and bifrgar proof IUs spherical in shape and is made of genuine steel and affords the strength fnarch torn every pomt ofa tackriylng asolid iinVerall vvedge ftP door with crew i solic f metal and commands the very lowest rate Ofins iritnce7 When ntted up with itsvaulttrndif positiO5tobidt LOST all Satarday night sep tlIIje IPtt6el1 VI pot when fnhr K l om lisvi- lteV a11atit c lorodsui U eais wtfe one Bt pr9Ad it VcQ- DtaluLtig c1sitbin Soaieos- supposel iI lb c ak5M hWZ- Urfl ttlita e O J ill p JNet ii- 3p in H o Dont Be A1pS- J s 1 tu your awn iitfrtat IVSVV to the fact that whs judges jfn the iity ft LSdry goods buywf ii s mustbereswwiiorit learn what that IMMOI i opine you will Upt yt tere ti lies ia fcmjr arsas Q theirs dp la Gin 11 tougbmanla- nese gruuiutoVLhe iiUieJiihl Farm Fa r ni ell my 1 tIifrom SpringisidVSO field p1kitari rfi 1 iSt district Tbdni art i2 hat good J tm barns and ings PL of go I wMr never WM kw wm ge 1 Thisiaq1mrba taMK tifu locaUwi It wiHi i fai Mia for 30 dyRV PoiHi Wwtti U givea to si ts i Irlalorw f ricerue BmmtcT JAUjS icIiis4I r Vi r Ifts7ckIs4ei 4sni b4VkI vb4skh tbtr k 1liht- ric Dttt4ts Ii ltdIdtri the wM- It soip as pryiIIyr k4dis bd 1 drLcbJetkblO- tjts the w toatsths ir a twur of J aa7 ui- of tibt11it1t1teU 1a Bit- ts 4m iei e s 1flOc zfIoa Robert ce 2T p 7 c w r J 4 1 f r0 t 1 rj E NEWSLEAIfXER T w v J t 4p r 7 I a1srrsrck PBNi JbkfcNWOTte iNMT itthit1ML Iit t ubrg w b ltMrli tr4a b t ot ps woO j ptasreftM cotulcff epI ETCCJ TCC i s 1 W fe- d4 xrt Jurre a i o e ttf K iMrortich T1 Jlrac Pti e t to teto die roooi fru t PI ate JfjrMi B0C OMy Jtaahoc ot J rWI1OSSrT circle is blaisif- I ifI his jtis frioaii KttkoeT MS- IbS oslcsr hi elMiW ot tlitf pottc 1i4 toNa o4iNs toward KataaiwHch 4 j1J Thkr7OSI II 3 t xIwYIteai wt- IaIDISttIIIf catbIpOl k11 tMker Ko list a traitor for I c t rod- IIR srttaMcatbeaiY tNUAstiiMuwritch was led swayBHitta t a dww en tbo bottheah4 IbotrayM htsi Rwaotakss thsco of th Tisttottr oC poUce hf oodoriMAt a WacGIi e Ms 5LJ Je iber jnrb iiod Id ho sj Tortaro WM kKl It WthOtt atv1Ac tIM Mxt Pac of dIe pdS tt Hfcork JCaJoarorilcli eWMI= othorv rIlSit circle Ueiu had or M so what htvd beea tboni roftchoi him Hrlm i WM iMblttwed by the fact r diaaibsbSd3OYIdI4betT7 JIIiI1aWa in knytblsg good bad bItd Rto front had beea aic to hto that he had thoaght o H never wished to see ac Ml tf H Mot1 Jd M I ft lpMttrovM fIe staply feltl WIt4 OJt a aeta11 pipe ranahlg Xhs iPc1afO the piroejZI 2Ie thoaght nothing of it ii wete gIves is qakk- J thea two others and two I whoa he knew that some OM strikteff tew pipe either above or rMjTfffei loagiid the code by i 1 prioooera coaBusicate by i itfJt is tlW1 lMtsaed jW1IIat board hejudgetobeacaIL r f fas inxBie wevM he heard la oth er oeM bcoides Mi own He did siot- htW M Ntortfhfrto be petel per9oehijt a geaerai rttatlou lor attention Ir utly the 4W35Jo Indicate letters under wilft f jJtittr P w1 given ea ijA C r4 In nwcceswion PAul 1s a JMtBtoij uaim In Russia and lialsaro lch did nut consider for a moment 005 was calllDK bim But 1 iHi Wttjrs EaisaroiIcb were i he was astonlshedi He had fit IBO frleais RI the prisoners and anyfj ThejSor with w4Jte ete of his shoe and fkh this hWjfoUoi ot the words wMgT1Sa MTOVltCh tO 3 jlroa4 lost his lMKi JMwie klM mentally an Mis fiVM was that of jWr k tSIMnim staioaroriteli regained his tilmrty tM kad lost a part of what M 1ptIIW frkctd In their confidence in bu J Batvo aodkUat eflough true mea i fedt to rake Russia tkee T c Pa l toai sis shoe and telegraph aiStarsioliews 4reior Eukoff who betrayed WTMIwaf ease Yon were be ujrayoi taay yomr conpanlons Ar mots wore to be made among us that So H hIVe diwteed all oar purposes Sj ots agretMt1f wecouId con gQvfyov aev Seasvtt frow you It was that I should gala tkevconfl 4 etko fOTormpent By informing i My MIlt We d and name as memo Mi ftot of the circle and wo IMTO tiioo to get away No one 1 ef WLhM MUforoi except you and stoIav3oai mOf rejoicing- S ci7ed IIa sage the fact that IMas Pji eret had done the ap ti jptroBt act 4 troactey tort a purpose MO fcocfcteC Of aUiae moments of irt KakwrorHckf life this was the JMfiBOsot Bte telegraphed back- f IL frrf ia iny sufferings since I iiAatil satedmy friends and have my j tCoaMfafo lIifCMI restored jjelor JEvicoff had promised the min i fJOMC If ae ina3d send blsn a supposed rjnteeo or toctlberia woald get from i cjirtoto jriyify prIDformat1o the k forowMac Vory muck desired Eta boC ras sMt itt chalas but with a Jet tor to tbo fqveraor of The prison stat V ktlritfMt ate WM really A spy other Jriooaers la thu way he obtaiaed ac eoosloKafcarfhcli aad secured per atisojaa tp ta1walat to a certain point if fWO M1IiitI V3I to be derived tafoaga k bifvoacev Wbea the two J ass jot beyoad the prison gurds tMse trosg ii the wilderness and asuths of svfferiafr reach it b l4llI11 Att Sweden Tuere i f thr wlJUcal exiles woo rbMB wIth funds to reachS KalsaroTkb Is now fj aIais a tbe revela aM Jsh l4ered os 3th Ioaieflt workers e WQUDS WorJd pI Mi1o 1tMer Writt tai LADRi JEAS LiiZTaTerrible caiamltyyGirls Its 7Laurajean7t last book PosIUvely her lasH Her pre agent says so- Oeorglana the 4x autlful silk spin u rm never again rlusp Alexander Algernon Du ser de Vere In her trunK young arms while the liquid mirligbt tlnuies In the burning depths if her lapis Inzull orbs Alas how per fwtly horrible If true No more rwr rhiups of K rtered dukea tni the swoet Dinging UnIt panary In the qhainbrt de ulslne N ver no more will the proud earl discard bin sbn and heir nnd cut him off with n shut button for marry lIng tin Hdgekeipers ma nlnponijy pulchritudln6is adopted Daughter who eventtially turns out tn be 4 lost duct ess and heiress to all the coffee lands In Brazil L J Llbbeys threat must catty con surjaatlpn to every kitchen in the land and 10000000 factory girls will tear their hair with pitiful wails when they get the stupendous news And what will the distinguished au thoressvaudevillian turn hempen to now p1nyWa her soul and mayhapshe will strip the brows of doreKrelOOr aud Owen Davis vaudeville playwrights of the tollfully won laurels What Women Are Doing There Is to be a lady chapel In the new Liverpool cathedral fdr which Is planned a scheme of stained glass I IIdow81 commemorating the deeds good women On one the Inscrfptlon reads Queen Victoria and All Noble Queens and others are inscribed Grace Darling and All Courageous TVomen Catherine Gladstone and All Loyal Hearted Wives Eljzabeth rett jrownjnj g t1 tr fcir4 Wbo HaveSeen tbe Infinite In Things Mrs Alice Stebbins Wells It Is reported will be appointed policewoman of Los Angeles Cal It was Mrs Wells efforts backed by tbe ministers and clubwomen that caused tbe ordi nance io be passed creating the offlc of policewoman In Los AUJelestMy work Is to be chiefly where young people gather for entertainment In parks penny arcades moving picture shows and dance halls Mrs Wells explained when rasked to talk shoUt her new work I will deal rblefly with the proprietors of such placets and will see that air laws are jinejed and the places are kept clean and moraL V Although Miss Clara Barton the founder of the lied Cross society In the United States W ninetyone she still takes personal charge of one of BarIlonSon the tield and organized searching partiet for missing soldiers 7 h Fir Body and Soul Here Is a curloua udryrtisoraqnt re published hi the Cornhill Magazine from an eIFhtPentbcentu1Pllper j Wntelor fniiilly whohave bad health a soLr steady logon iu the capacity ofi doctor surgeon and apothecary He rnqst occasionally act In tbe capacity of butler and dress hair and wigs He wlllbe required to rend prayers occasionally and to preach a sermon every Sunday The reason ot thiS advertisement Is that the family cannot jzny lOnger afford the expense of the physical tribe and wLsli to be a certain expense for their bodIetinjs- ouls A good salary wIlt tu Ktven Truth Will Out l Hubby with irritation Why Is u1 that you women InKist upou having the last word WJfey calmly We dont ThV only reason we get it la because we always have a dozen arguments left when you stupid men are all run oUt Ladics Home Journal The DifferncIA fool is unable to see Ibis own faults A wise man seeing his own faults If able to keep other people from noticing hern Chicago RecordHerald Jr f SWornanjS Power OberMan j f 4w rs sadswsM N the wsr- j JsFkiJ MW thi pi ad heat love ofa aJI agonyImkIwoaa1yorI oftlosetaRIiahlitvPPierce of Brfalo NYwitk for ad curd aay r Is s msed a oeeislrsidy Lor wesas aIDi P1 petivSd dist aIs pseuliar to wo it rgi Sk 55I hash M daicg se it N he dthc wiM S2TM to MM a KtUe fcrfor pr eIWUI WZA WOZW BTZOrG- 1 IQIIN WZLL The Cause pf Many Sudden Deathst SIsbootaoesodecep rmti I tI rM Mnyiddei I rwl death are caused T itJHartciiseue ig heart failure or WUr apoplexy are eftea the reaolt of kid I 711ney disease- If SLai allowed to thekidneypoison Ij ed blood will attack the vital organs causing catarrh o f the bladder brickdmst or sediment in lamebanervowtt themse1vesbceakdOWDa Bladder troubles almost always result from derangement of the kidneys and obtainedquiCkestneys SwaapRoot corrects inability 0 1l ngitlWdlvr th nigHt The mild and immediate effect Syiscause outs remarkable ealth restoring anyoneSwamPfRooti 3 sold by all druggists rftynt and onedollar size bottles You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all about it both sent free by mail Address YWbgenerousiiy mistake but remember the name and dont let a dealer sd SwampRootf THE TROTTINGOUTLOOK IFaaf Leading Track Horses The season jf 1010 promises to be graced by some of the most stirriug freeforall trots and otliers In tlw treme fast classes that any enthusiast could desire At least that is what a survey of the material for a series of such races would appear to hetuH wSrrant for The following la a list rf trotters ellglbre4tq such events tht are now In active training or soon rwillSUblanlid Jack Loyburn 20t ch g by Alto Leyburrt 2JI 4 Penlsa Maid 2HU b m by Pennant 215 Paderejvskt 206U ch byrConste naro 216 olJWMargin 205 ro mby Time Onward Bob DouBlasw2064 kr h by Tdad 2Uo Sterling McKlnney 2OGU br h by Me Kinney 2Uk itXeattAllen WlnteV 206V6 brh by Ed Wln ttri 212inner Guard 200 b k by Guard man223V5 Ruth Dillon 200 IbrILbr Sidney Dil IonSGeneral Watts 2OC1 b h by Ax worthy 215 j The Harvester 206 br h by Walnut Hall 208 OnwardSilverHere are fifteen trotters with re ords from 2024 to 207 to which may GEORGE OANO be added one or two others as pms ilblllties They Include the gray gelding Locust Jack 200 reported as switched to the thLBSreappearance at the trot will be notI unlikely Early Alice 2OGj is also na med Uhlan is tbe property of Mr flUting who never races his horses In regular professional races for money prizes so that the champion gelding may be de t scribed as hors concou rs except in some special event In which bo may be allowed to race It is also unlikely that General Watts may be seen in any races as It has been reported that the plan isj to prepuce him solely for an attempt to lower the worlds stal lion record the 2O24 of Cresceus But in any event there art u sum dent number of ellgibies to Insure a scries of races which should beta the blgbfest degree notable and in which morelithan one recordi will be In ger being broken innll Where Ears 3row Sharp A French balloonist has recorded the clfturness with which sounds coming from tbe surfnceof the ground can be heard at a high altitude At the IIhorsesII poirtl was beard Tiiebarklug of dovhd the crowing of cocks icould be ttfiTbeseI white floor of cloud that hid the earth t ifupm plght says Harpers Weekly t the perfect silence of the alt the In JeewIIetlen used fjy the stretching of the ropes t and the yielding of the silk as the bnlIloon continued to expand Aynonyrn snld1t1advise me I wan to get a sign paint IIj fd Wg4loom Free to Our Pa 1n5jjp bungJlke thattronsI dont rer 4iatrons said Mr Dash No Maybe that doesnt sound JulitTlight What would you sugest- VlctlmsIPbiladelpblaI Ledgery Lucky One Way Jackson Your daughter plays on Stseven e lucky Grouche often think so when l consider the number of Instru ments there are Chjrnjro News t V t The Right Solution The reason why liejvly wedted men ire calleil nenedjctK Islii aiise litwnre supposed oil innrrlage tojrive up ill Ihe bad habits to wblolj tlinyhnv lienedleiedLipplmotrkt Arahltlnn Is but avarice on rN l nmsked Lander THE HUMAN RACE IWJlI Mn amply ShrinkOff the Pat I f the arthIA French statistician who baa MIa otadylng the military asd otaer wo teefglitreacted some wonderful results perflexingof the human race but Is also 5tomine the exact period when maR will disappear from the arth The recorded facts extend over ly three centuries neQI It Is found that In 1610 the average height of man In Europe was 175 me terse or say five feet nine Inches la 170Q It was five feet six Inches In 1820 It was five feet five Inches and a fraction At the present time It Ito five feet three and threequarter Inches It Is easy to deduce from these figure ecunlInflworklngpast and to the future By this calcn thestatur6jofTruly here were feluota on the cart 7Indeteriorated IIn the days of Og a j Goliath was a quite degenerate oft spring qf the giants Coming down to later time we find that at the begin II nlng of our qra the average height of inanswas nuuJ feet and In the time cito Charlemagne It was eight feet eightt inches But the most astonishing result of this scientific study comes from the application of the same inexorable law of diminution to the future Kio calculation shevrs that by the yen 4000 A D thi stature of the average man will be reduced to fifteen fnchea11 At that epoch there will be only Iffll putlons on the earth And the con elusion of the learned statistician fs irresistible that the end ofthe worM will certainly arrive for the inhabitt ants will have become so small tfcat they will finally dlsnppeaflnlsh 6J disappearing r as the French Idiom expresses ltom the terrestrial gJp I48Ioo TfkBitcbThe Foundered Horse- t One attack of latuinltls always pro Is poseS toa subsequent attack AndI horses that have beeoVoundered care should be taken that the S are not overdriven jor subjected to In ordlnate concussion No matter how slight the attack a horse that has sal rered from lamlnltls Is always to be considered unsound 1fUsfematicacfer which assist materially to a diag nosis The respiration Is quickened the puls Is full strong and frequent and Ibthere Is tften profuse per plra r1gfetire coronet 11121 few Imurs the nbonI nets become full the puffiness extending as high as tIre fetlock and the arteries of the pattern throb Ina manner easily felt on liindllng WhjI the fore feet only ate affected the inl pull stands with them well In frontf hbindward to take ay pthecult matter to get tho horse to allow one foot to be lifted because Of th ciogreat paid caused when Increased wC11 1tls epposUe toot B f Is Very ranch dlslnclTne To iSove i when be is made to hv goes Btlfflj and on the heels The weight is UCTCI brought forward over the toe on ac cmm of the great pain due to tJIol ompresslou of tile Inflamed laminae md sensitive structures at the front irt of tire hoof The action is always limped nnd the want of freedom of 1 d ti 1nllmt tfp Implicated and tljls along with bit distressed breathing promotes th t itt4 that the animal Is suffering trot liflammatiou or congestion of the lungs ienee the term chest founder a purely conjectural term the condi in which It is supposed do describe having no existence in fact8 ftI Caveroti in American Cultivator JA MAN AGAINST ANA fION The Mot Curious European War Thi itsWt Evpr Wa0eddmpLt crtwagecentury the period of tbe reformation and tbe renaissance was carried on single handed for between five and six years between a bankrupt grocer tlBerlin and tbe elector of Saxony who was the most powerful German prince of tthe period Tbe grocers name was j Hans Kublbase and the immediate cause of the quarrel was the arresting o f two of his Hbre In tbe electors tterritory be being u subject of elector of Brandenburg Falling tbcIget redress be adopted what was a perfectly legal expedient and de cjarvd formal war on the realm of Saxony The declaration was accepted jIni due form nulll the war begun Tbe extraordinary part of tire story iU thnt the grocer kept tbe war up foi uearly six yenrn practically single handed and even went to the extrem ity of declaring war ou lila own sover elgn Iu the meantime before be wu r1tlgtitc lie burned forms and eye ItlnllJIIl1g IUcfCeuurllllatter tbe fashion of the times und wade himself the terror of the district IItwas tlnully iutltienced to stop hoatlll takennthe t t from bla bauds be was ti It further act of hostility 11IelrIIdlnry rind being captured BUtr oil the wheel after refus of grace which granted him the lhNlnlf and honOWIJt tlth nt the he story1 Is perhaps the r J8Eord1 tbe ronjancea of that Westminster GazctteT SKe Beat the Boys There wat f it swiufmlng match beldI In the river at Nottingham England ot long ago In wblcfi fourteen boys and one gui participated The prI2 waslO arid It was won by the girl who js tbt daughter of poor parents he distance was three miles and she beat the same boy by a number of ahls After she had woo the prize she swam a mile farther to show wjulshe could do Theboys of the World will have to kick out further and fast arPoints of the Compass- A little girl hndtbecu told by her theIteacher to stgnd with her face Borth east her left band Yrould be at the est and her back would be at tko south Sjtnrtinjr to go over it taetoaca t n asked rNow tell me wbat3iA la frontof you ute some thought the child replied My Itomlchf SI j Grandpa MOn Y oM QUAD Copyright br AiMrtcan PrtM AMOciattoo Jacob Brown farmer bad come to- be sixtyfive years old when be got bjo money A brother whom he had ao t seed for years died and left him 30 000 In cash For the five years preced ing the old man had been a and lived alone He had tOUT children rl two sisters and half a dozen more dls taut relatives living around him but ItImeItheIoldman and few s gtonyfl one When It became known through a lawyer that old Jacob bad struck It 1rich there was hustling His oldest Henry was the flint to reach his bouse He brought his wife and three children along and he galloped his horses for tbe last mile It bad been frL years since they had been in the iSla mans house Now they shook hands with him The son patted bit a on the back and called him a glorious ld father He must give up his farm and go home and live witbVtbem For the rest of his days he could sit In a rocking eMit and have cusfard pie three times a day On the way to Henrys home James and bis family were met as they cams riving James was the second sodI wonderfwbyhis toes and get out of the world but be wasnt a bad sonthat 1200 bad never thought of killing his father with a club James leaped from his wagon to embrace his fathej and otter him a home for the next hundred keniund mllktout every day and the best ed in the house should be his at night NO one should rout him out in the morning and fresh tea should await him when he deigned to aIHHenry and James were squabbling when Hannah and Mary the two daughters drove up with their fans bonds They had come for father They had heard that he was ill and were going to take him home and nurse him more tenderly than a baby with measles 1There was a row on the highway inS t devoted children that heard a mile away but Herfry wad the victory and bore the father away v That sight his house was surrounded y the two sisters and other relatives ir a tndha At the beginning of the row there wits only one lawyer in Glendale the nearest village Within a year there were three it required at least three to keep track of the suits and motions uPtJlone t that ojd Jacob made ws that he should be privileged to see is lawyer as often as he wanted to hat was respected by all but from urely sfjflsh motives It came to be that every time he saw his lawyer be changed his will It turned ut that this belief was well founded When death came at last it was found shatiTtrfrliiey aid bobbedfromHany James from James toBetsey and fr s 1etsey to Hanndb and back to James They had taken In the two sisters and cOt them out They had enriched nephews and nieces and impoverished them again Four times In one year the father was kidnaped by relatives Once hO was chloroformed in his bed at midnight and lowered from a win low Once be faaa kidnaped and bid Jen away In an oldi barn for a week That neighborhood became the live Uest in the state There Was a Fourth of July going on all Ihe time Even i circus could not draw against It No old man ever lived who was coddled and cared for moreA hundred times a day no matter who be was with he bedonoappointed to tan him and Inwlntr they bought stoves with looking glasses set luto the top that ho mighS ee himself as he toasted his toes The octor said that he 1fouldbave liver a hree years longer IfJdft to core to himself on his farm- SQueerly enough be did oott die in Ui house of a relative but was stricken Iin the office of his Jdwyer just after mat llug his fortysecond will The gan gtcame on the wings of love as loon as the qews Went out They squabbled as to where tbe funeral should be hold as to where be should be buried aa t0 who should pay for the ooffln an to who should weep tbe most The will was not read at the house of any relative Tbby wouldnt havo thevUlageIt hall and there wereVores of outsiders There were quarrels for front seats At mar the reading began and U took two conHtublek to protectt tbe jlawyer frphi being massacred on the spot hAs all iny relatives from my oldestt havrmtnttL paper I hereby will and bequeath to tuch and Ivery one the sum of r And the balance of that 30000 went tto the county of Hope to improve Its highways There were six ir seven suItR to break the will but It couldnt be done Jacob Brown bad rend hu man nature right and hud made the best disposition possible of Ms to t tunclIt may be said ID conclusion that evorr single relative took his dol l arSOdd Viay to Rut there Is nothing that will rest you so quickly ns to elton a Rtraigbt back chair rind lifting the feet from the floor push tlieiu out In front of you as far as possible stretch the arms put the bend bark open the mouth wide and make yourself ynwnFattily Doctor The Only Trouble SChool Visitor I lear my good wo 1manism In your family PerturbedMoth rTnlut no secb thing niaanj Vo int never lurid out of tthem ketcblng tthings lucre Ths only trouble la that Mamie walks lu her sleep Baltimore American All Shell and No Kernel CbarleyMy frleuds tell me that I have nil the tcceutrlcltjesof genius Beatrice Wiiat a pity It Is Charley that you have tint got the genius Itself a itFewChoIlyfJIve me time to collect ray thoughts Miss KeeuCertainiy Xr nCghon ran have two lICdL1i I i form ITo be socially trbrrect 5iall note paper topeJtberI treqtuIltrlj tthough It Is an exiwuse It is a finish to her stationery which is most dealt ItIram on the theory that the former be made to order while the lat tter may be bad ready made For Che bloek1letterrelarge city whose street names are aiiS betldfinlIe ttown must ajso be stamped In the placing of this adornment fashion has recently made a change and one is more apt on the new ala ttionery to see it between the middle and the left corner than directly in tthe middle as was recently the case When the monogram is Used with it the latter Is put in the left corner the address going in the right When the name of the town la added to the street the former is now dented Quite lately the town name went directly under the street cen teredibringing it u the middle of the lline above Now it has the same relaj IUontot the top line that the addrea has on an envelope tand this placing marks all the new dies If only a monogram alone or one initial Is to be stamPed It goes In lheup per left corner and the die may be as fancy as one chooses t The Girl Who a Easy A girl who looks on while her fnien who Is known aa easy Is apparently 11 having a glorious time wonders wbetb ir good breeding is not old fashioner Butt It Is not the gIrl who cares llrfle how she talkq where she goes uncbap eroned or how free and easy she per units her man friends to be who wIt out in the end How often does the quiet little mouse o fa girl whom the other girls call prude or stick take the catch of the jseason and get invitations that hr easier friends want It is hard in this age to have too high a standard of self respect Per Bitted liberties are s6 much greater than a generation ago that one needs watchfulness nofto overstep the line Into libertyi A girl need not be a prude because she does not believe In familiarities of speech or touch When once she has made her position and standards cleAr she can have Just as good a time and tar more respect than her friend who Is easy Because a girl Is particular it does not follow she must be slow Given a s tot fun readiness to be uiiiijsed by everything that eomes along and a tongue that doesnt backbite snda nice girl need never lack Attention be cause she does not believe in always qpondu1bJi JAall develop her mind as far as possible but this does not mean that she must dr may forget the rules of etiquette riaidwhether at home at college in bus nessvor in the social worliLjShe muattnlk in low tones She must be courteous to all around her respectful t to tljose who are older and conaldt tJerate of those who are beneatbj her s chilly She must learn to converse i- interesting manner wltbopt assert lIng her own opinions or trying in any w yto show a su er1or kiowlcdge even upon subjects vrriicb she has made her special study She must learn to act the part of the graceful courteous and batereatlng hostess and alsdthe chormuife and well read guest At all times sht must bpthe well bred diAIfled courteous aa well as interesting and clever col igeginISIn the social world tVere is a tacit understanding that we shall all be agreeable to one another alway putt ting the attractive things of life oo tbe outside and keeping our private woes to ourselves Tibia iIs a rule that none can afford to overlook bid or young society girl college girl or buclueua girl Table Etiquette The llttle dlfference between lifting a dish and Hjjpving It along makes the big difference between a slOvea4 and tbe punctilious observer ofgood manners at the table nud has aueth iIn marring the harmony of tbe table tableJenjoymentj conserved1Suckthgthe picking the teeth kat the inlile before all are done eatlSg gnzfuu about the table while drinking lppfig Juek the chair on two lEtS taking nut of the dessert ns fruit nuts or svuii meats wai nun tthe table Is die worst possible form 1 l A Manir Arm Nowadays Is iiii lit custoiu for a woman io lean upuH tilt arm of the duringrpt8thist to infirm or elderly or tin man IsJher lance or bUBbandI Thought Once Was Enough The Sunday school lesson was from that Scripture which teaches that It your brother strikes you on the cheek you should turn the other also and endure even for seventy time seven Johnny had listened to his teacher Vfrt attentively while Nbe emphasized tthis faqt and after the the su perintendent rose tt6 make a few re marks Now boyn she said how many times ought another boy to strike yor before you bit him iilek Just about once promptly answer e d Johnny Judge A Bismarck Story io Lori Ampthlll once fouud Bismarck readlug Auderseua story on the Ugly re Duckling which relates bow a duel h biatchedcygnet waR jJeered at by his putative brethren the ducklings until one day troop of lordly swans floating down the river saluted him as one of their- ace Ah observed Bfamarck OU was a long time beftfre mrloormotb cr could be persuaded that In hatchlUK rnesbbadProupoes I gj5- ChIIdrn City foi F1chis i iS TheX1ndYouHV Al1Va7Bougbtand1f In use for over 30 years J baa borne the aigmture of and Is been nsde under bis prr IJO 1 supervisloft aim itii1iney tiAllowito oMefo decIyya4atkIa f JUlJotmterfelts Imitations andJuaao44 r ImiExperiments that trine 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