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nutY Clerk S jyCQ4tflt Attorney p C4tJa1ttctt I AlDMi Sheriff J IfromCroiUce QeePtk NetbIctNifl DtpUt4 SamD1Ie jWT i4 fc li As eBsor r P OYU Depit14 R bsTtP Terpr WCrie Ooroct r- ciJ Wtpt ot Common GiaIPS 0 s1agieiL i IPITY COURT IC 4JIL M ltiirp Felice Jwdie Jok Gr celMarshah J W I drfjtby City Attorney l jUSTICZCOTThh if 7 Liiittee iI 1id Ci1a e et I O4toberi 4 t tbk llvcctory t f rr L C1itTBoDIaT CHURCB ieyGs King Pastor Bet 4S SuuayflW ud PIn atlO an Jd 8chjl every Sunday Pryer tettl eve 1 Wedesda- d t fiitiJ1 11J ICATBOI4C ClJURCB err P F HtcssayiastOr tte aid 10 ocIocittl wery SuIida at 8 atStRosesanle bonn Gti Services r I Jev P SBYTitEOHURCR arn BUdY hool eV l3ItMit 7 pm i4y t lO a 53 prayer meetlr 55yThIrFdYLeVeUthE af7 ollCl BAPTIST CHURCHI elr y i1Jiarril m illnntlb ator Ipreachig verySuuday at ad745pm air Sunday School every i pray ccetint- Ii iida1 at 9t3O au feryTpetMtav evetjiog at 745u cloH i t4 pHlUSTTAN CTJTJRpH V F l11 I ti r u I esfirt and fOU I LtusiJ S1uaaI jrhoul l itr rthtrs1 lfiriJ f ShUOXICr lpLcSi Spring HJ ocgt 5OieCt1iratan tKirdiloudaj mnt1h jltgton A Cttapter No 57 11t JAl 111 MeLiL day f1Dif 11i I 2n eet- bsrvY io aOiMor y r IEWDISiP ImmcOUlSr 5 a J tt 1 CASTORIA1at I J Ii A I 4p w r i ir fJltJjK NBWS4JALER1t to CareerReads L11 Fiction The career of H C Oater mann who was the genius of tfre IIgraftIllinois Central railroad was rob restingOittory io ChjCiffg a7 few days agoII while on the witness stand tOtetant boy At the tender age of 6 hefwas selllrg papers ror a livingJ At nine lie quit selling papers to become a bellboy in a New thelcbotl atby turns a cash boy a telegraph CmeSlencigar store At fourteen be en listed in the United States Navyth SUbItaeqoeIt jobs In California andb worked for sometime as aiitiorbh bestweenSali SImaployed on a ranch in Montana a Lnd for a while h6 was a perform rin Ir Wild West shawo yHalllaborer and once wasemployedF a section hand on the Great Northern railroad In 1896 heCot a Job as brakeman on the Illinois Central He worked his wayppto conductor and while thus engaged invented a gram itbnildingit about the repairing plant which I was so fertile in grit Newspaper repoitsof t1e4N nvestig1onlnof Ostermanns metbo3s4nd bVv llinois Centrall officials of high repute made sacrifice of thglr re luutationso s cure some of the dishonest money which Osterman tempt ingly placed before them The scheme was exposed after Oster liiannbed the railroad com pan v of some 2 56o000 of its earningsExfS vi Killes A Nurderef A merciless murderer is Appendi itis with victims but Dr SIIringsyention They gently stimulate stomach liver and bowels prevent Ing that clogging that invites apcl endic1ti curing Constipation Wflavaon hSerIous A runaWay3ierse frightened y tatrutombi dame very near 1 resulting in the death pf Mrs iif Onis Hood last Sunday morning Mr and Mrs Hood were driving own Main street when their horse became very much fright ened at Mr Charles Rikers mo t tor Inorderto avoid another encounter with the animal Mr Riker drove his car around a d back street but just as he was turning the corner of Main and t exington to go home he ran unexpectedly upon the Hood bug gy a second time The anImals shied and tried ta run away and l Mrs Hood was thrown fromrthe o rig and knocked unconscious 8he was carried arid physicians Hookers intJMeisburIIII A sometime before they could re sture her to consciousness meJjftantion An examination show ei that no hones were broken but she was badly bruised Mr Hood1 eescaped with only slight r iiinjuries Harrbdsburg Herald Its Thp Wands BestbNo one ha ever made a salve ointj meat or balm to cdnipare withTBuchjj lens Arnica Salv v Its the one pet feet healer of Cutt Corns Burns Bruises Sores Scalds Boils Ulcers t Eczema Salt Rheum For Sore Eyes t Cold Sores Chapped Hands or Sprains ita sureme Infallible for Piles Only 25c at Hayd9n Kpbert r ion The Tobacco Situation The failure thus far to con iUmmot the pooling of the 1910 3urley crop seemsto have caused the throccing on the market at Lexington pta llarge part of the 190p pooled crop Salts have oeea held this weektat Lexington ana the prices realized have been quitei disappointing to growers it is stated that the American TObaCCO Company has declined to bidatthea e sates and that th only bidderg were independent manuflfeturers and broker Ou dt L Wednesday Octoper 121IS06 bhds were sold at Lexington the prices ranged from 3125 for S3 to J1250 for 04 These pflces are said to be from 5 to 8 prlcPsttxedFipm press dispatches from isaveral counties in the Burley district ve learn that the effort opool the lQlO crop is being re newed but on a different basis rom that projposed by tl1eHur1 ley Society The new pooling co tractsee sto contemplate severallcouo be sold separately and each countiesVrdp to pay its own ex penses That iis that one county will not b e called on to help pay e expense of any other county 111ben pledged County meetings ay ben called for November th at which each county willr elect a representative to attend general meeting to be held at exington NoveinberlOth The of this new movement ill be watched with interest by Burley tobacco grovers rmers Home Journal apt Bogardus again Jhits ttHe Bulls Eye This world famous rifle shot who holds the championship record 100- Igeons In 100 consecutive shots is Sring at Lincoln Recently In rviewed he lIagsuI uffereda loV time with kidney and bladder trouble and used several well known kidney medicines all of which gave e no relief until I started taking tlFOleybackaches and pains in my kidneys with suppression and a cloudy void g On arising en the morning 1 would get dull headaches Now I have taken three bottles of Foley Kidney Pills and feel 100 per cent better I am never bothered with my kidneys or b1adrand againvfeel ke my own self Haydon Rob ertson T A Hint To Mothers If you wish to cu ItItgosIping meddling censorious spirit in your children be sure t1ia visit or any place to which you do not accompany ern to ply them with questions concerningwhat everybody wore ow eyeryiod7 looked and what everybody said arid did and if u1ind anything in all this to censure always do it in their hearing You may rest assured you pursued course of this kind they will not return to you unladen with intelligence and rather than it should be uninter sting they will by degrees learn embellish in such a manner as shall not fail to call forth re marks and expression df won er from youfYou will by this course render a spirit of Curiosi ywbirh is early visible in children and which if rightly directed may be made the in nt of enriching and en rging lheirmi1dsa vehicle f mischief which will serve only to narrow them Spencer Cou Iler Reliable Medicine v Not a Narcotic Get the genuineFolejs Honeyand ar hitthe yellow package It Js safe and effective Contains no odlates Refuse sustltutes Haj dontRobertson Many Indictmentg Returned The grand jury whicb has eeO in s ssionfor only one day more thali a week yesterday afternoon returned sixty indictments Among them were trueoCl bills againstt the proprietors ofI the different sof drink establish ments In the city The indict I1ent charge selling bartering or loaning u leverage lcuia mixture or decoction which causes intoxication in a territory where the local option law is in effect This is the first time a grand jury bUR ever returned idc1ic men a ainst soft drink esrabiisbmerits A Lee charged with selling liquor without Ii cense was indicted 21 tires The indictments returued were for the following offenses Drawing a deadly weapon up on persons who wtne in aut mo bile 1 The Same person was al so indicted for cirrjint ajjon cealed deadly weapon Assaultj and battery 2 detaining wo nan JJJl petit larceny 2 unlawfully 1Itaking property of another I retailing liquor without lie nse 2breaking into store bcuse 2 gaming 16 concealed deadly weaponJ 2 breach of peace 1 tail iing jt display State licenseptwi ll 1 disturbing relJg i louaorsbip 1 suffering gaming sellinga beyerage liquid mjot ureor decoction which produces itory iintoxication in loa option ter r 5 Lebanon Enterprise r A Generous and Charitable wish wish all might know of tjielene4 II from Foleys Kdt I received jrour ijey Remedy says I N Regan Far rner Mo His kidneys and bladder gave him so much pain misery and annoyance he coul not wprkj nor rieep He says Foleya Kidney Rem idy completely cured him Haydon Robertson Family Runion The twentieth tnCfal reunion of the Thomas Hi ulSarahrj Williams family niet on Thurs day Oct 6 at the home of SamI uel Walter Wiljiams near S pring field to celebrate the birthday of ie mother Mrs Sarah Ti Williams Mrs Williams departed this life in May 1890 at the age of seventytjwo yeirs leaving five boys besides her husband Thp HL1 who survived heijbut ajtfew years There now remain lo lyj three oft the children Roy J H Jesse R and Samuel W Will iams At was decided two yqars ago thil the reunion should continue tcr meet ut irdstowa Dgas the invalid brother Dr D Williams should life AlI ter his d athin February lasti e reunion took up its regular order of meeting runninJ4 c rd ing the ag s of the spns Notwithstanding a cqntintidus downpour of rain on Thursday the meeting was well attended Those present were Rev and Mrs Jas Williams of Paris Kv Jesse R Williams and wile of Maple Hill Mrs Teresa With J arcs Bardstown Mr and Mrs Wallace Brown Bard town lrs1 Mattie Bussey Louisville fr1 and Mrs Ivan Sale Mackvillo Mrs Eliza Mitchell aTnd son EI Litsey Ky Mr and Mrs C M Villiams and son Thos lawson Maple Hill Mr Bruce Williams and sons Holding and Hugh jSahford and J B of Mores ville Misses Sue and Kate Ru belof Mooresville Dr arid Mrs IR H Williams New Hope l Kyu Mr and Mrs Newton Arnold Mt Zion Mrs MarVIll Williams and daugtiter Roraine of Louis rule Mrs Joe N Hays and son Edison of Mt Zidn Messre Reed and Logan Crume Spring field and visitors Mr and MrsI fSam Hardesty of Washington CO V- Theireunion adjourned to meet Oct 6 at the rl sidance of Mrs Theresa Williams of Bards ttown Bardstown Standard Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the pst te of the late W P Montgomery pre hereby noti- fiedf to present the same properly proven it toW CM Chord attor Allxpersons knowing themselves in requestced to pay the sarrieai once as it- Si important thai the estatebe settled as soon as possible September 27 1910 JR L Mpntgot ery- Administrator Not Coughing Today Yet you may cough tomorrow Better be prepared for it when it comes Ask your doctor about keeping Ayers Cherry Pectoral in the house Then when the hard cold I or cough first appears you have a doctor medicine at hand Your doctors approval of its use will certainly set all doubt at rest Do as he ysHe knows No alcohol in this cough medicine c AyerGoLuxUMoss Robust health Is a great safeguard against attacks of throat and Jung trouble litI constipation will destrov the best cf healtfv Ask ypur doctor about Aycr L I Lq 1Isifl 11 For the second time it has been decided by tribunal hay ing jurisdiction that the local option election held in this ciy on August 11 was illpgal In the circuit court Wednesday at noon Judge Thurman delivered an opinion 1fp fchei eontest case which was faeforeSftn on appeal in which he upheld the decision of the County Contest Board As will be remembered this Board held that the election had been illegally called and was there fore invalid Whether an appeal will be taken to the Appel- latel Court is at this time notr knQwn At the election the wets were successful by a majority of thir teen votes However a few days following the drys tiled a contest alleging hat the elec tion Tvas iin valid and asking that it be set aside The contest was based principally upon the grounds ihct ihevipetition asKing for a vote pn the liquor question was ffiled and the oder calling the election Wile enterclattlie same tterra of rouftf TCe con testants contended that to corn ply with ih law thjepeitVn should have been filed atone term of court and the order calling the election entered at a succeeding term The case was heard by the County BoArd of Cortest short time ago This Board composed of County Judge A P Carter and Magistrates JC Beaven and George MattingIyeaTl three 01 whom are sympathizers of the wet movement did ded onani mousy that the election had not be pnperly cilled and was thfref re iriValit It was from this decision an appeal was taken to the circuit burt Lebanon Enterprise ftt i Good results alwaysfollow the use of Foley Kidney PKls They contain just the ingredients necessary to tone strengthen and regulate the kidneys and bladde apd to cure bacd ache Haydpn Rdbertson Qood News From The CYouths Companion We have had to make TheI Youths Companion larger to get in all the good things thht Companion Readers ought to have The added amount would wake four Jiundred pa esof standard magazine size aiid pri out we have kept the price just fiftytwoweeks for the rest of this year free from the time you send in your sub scription We would like to tell you what is in store for Companion readii era next year We cannot do it here though there is tot room but send us your address on a postal card and we willsBndyou the beautiful Prospectus of The Companion r 1911 announcing i many new features together with sample copies of the paper We think you will argree when you have reaft them that there is no other papcr thatgives quite so much of such a high qualityas The Companion Thenew subscriber receives a gift of The Companions Ait Calendar for 1911 reproducing in trvjelve colorsf and gad a beat tiful watercolor gandpu scene THE YOTTHS COMPANION 144 Berkeley St Boston Mass New Subscriptions Received at this Office For MoroThanV Three Decades Foleys Honey and Tar has been a tibuseholci favorite for coughs sJolda and allnientsx of the throat chest and lungs Contains on opiates Haydon RobertsonI j Girl Lies Ion Iii Tfairif Path Pudu ahKvWh n a fast freight rattledl around Bend and tore down the gradeS toward Luzerne early today tighteen year old Rosalie Pettm ran along1 the tract and when the engine was about hundred feet away deliberately laid down- acrosSone of the rails A minute Jater the mangled fragmfitsQ her body were tak 1yil1eIcrew Engineer A P Harper jam 3 4 Jmedjionij the emergency brakes whe1he saw on the tract aheadlxbut therg1ri train couldnt be The Pettiesirl had been cor rected byher father this morn ing ann is thougt1 to have brooded over the pnuisbment un til she determined tbJrtd her life i ie AtItAne j The Banvllle Advocae says the mysterious show r which continued for two eeJfon the farm of Mr F M Bower near Parksville last fall reappeared two days agoand has been in daysThewide attentib and many people are rny8tifiedwThe space covered by the shower is about one hundred feet square A grest man v people are flocking to the scene to witness the remirkable sight Last year a dog on the farm continued to chase around the cirCle covered by the rain but this time he pays no a ten ton to the mystery Served Him Right n Tha Bourbon News sIS a masher who had a habit of guj jug women asnhey Com out ofI the opera h use there was ren dered speechless thef other right wiieu he accosted aii unattended fy ung woman with Ilovemy wife but oh yqu t kid With withering scorn she turned to him and said loud enough for all around tD hear rfl loyte mydog but oh you pup It knocked out the masher o completely hat be slunk awiy in the dark ness and will doubtless hereafter be noticeable for his absence from former scenery Roroed TO LeaveHomte Evety year a l rg e number of poor sufferers whose lungs are sore andrack anotjierdimatways sure Theres a better way alii i youathomewrites W R Nelson of Calomine Ark Ii when all else failed andl gained 47 pounds in weight lt surely the Kingcof all cough and lung cures ands owe their liVes and health to it ns positively guaranteed fOr Coughs dolds LaGrippe Asthma Croup all Throat and Lung troubles 50c and 100 Trial bottle free at Haydon Robertson y Why Hes a Candidate i The people of tfiis section have wondered why it Drv r Caddie was Prying to think Jhut he was running again for Con i gres in this District but could not find a reason The fcll wing special from Lebanon m the f Louisville Herald uggests9nepDr W D t nominee for Cjngress in the FQurth Districtwas here todayiin the inttestot his i He saw a vest number of the- ovoters and wars warmly received Dr Gaddiel is making a thorough and dignified canvass of the dstrict andexpecls win the tight against Congressman Ben Johnsotu A big element of the1 Democra tic party tnthis ditdci favor tIh nomibatiuu of James B Mc Crearyjfor governor and itisE said they wiil stay at home or J vote the secret ballot on Novem ber 8 There are two hundred precincts in the district and iin case five McCreary Democrats each precinct Vote for Gaddie 4clohnsonfrom He wants to hfclpibut McCrea rywt ell thats considerate J He wants to show McGreury tbat he is grateful forthp kindfcassis tance thiit McCreiry rendered his friend8enatorBradleywhen the latter defeated Cripps Deck ham for the TJ S Senate We are glad that the Doctor has an excuse New Haven Echo i 14 Preachers Win Pardon iI United action by fourteen inI isters on behalf of a cbuvict iti penitentiary impressed Acting Gov WH Cthat he grantL ed pardon totbe man GrQodin is the convict and ho was jt I serving a lifejaenteijce for murj der haying b en cuvlcttedip Betl ohnLyeXL1 ii pied41byl friends of the prisober tr th6 o 2 I flj bflUflItQttttllE kOAJItRd tEw RIBAKING M4KESTHER- FECTHOT r BISCUIT Also Rolls and Muffin v Crusts and Cakes SeajferRpyk Cook BOok prout seems tc bantriu t that G odin is iot guiny and did not kill thman he was chargEd with killing Fourteen rainis ers signed the apflicati6n flaT he pirdon CovertbfiPirievl tigeri Goddin was there and liter remaining a while started home 1wo cousins of GQ din were talking tp Coverf when Goodin went off in search of his horse which had broken loose While he WdS away a shot was tired and Covert was ki led Goodin as ruJhedintoa trial shoptmg10oyr thesIioot1ng parole and remained out of pfisonsjx months winn he was returned to the penitentiary without tri iL The man who his ietirioTtb prison now says that he WAS entirejy at grantingthQpardonGpv To lhve served ninjne- arsin prison is surely punish mentenouglj t foe having been in bad company granting that he is jnno enl of the Crime which he says he jis Having been paroled snatched up and turn1to prispn without a Chance to defend himself by trials one of the hard features of our system I firnjly1 believe that every manshbuld have achance for his white alley tl and tbgt- hisman has been sufficiently onisbed for his misdeeds Goqdio iiij an aged man but his father ninly yRRrsr blCjis still living in Bell county Goodin will bo relesed frorpthe prison n Sit rday and sill go back to hiu d home in Bell county f i Ben Johnsons Two Bi1Kicks k I While the Hon Ben Johnson was in the city last week he tall ed to see tylrsV RdTy4 Boon IOr tIwriS tit hi home place and the Rv Celestinft Brey kftet his departure from these homes Mr Johnson saldwith the coyness of a country chap Jn the cty Thaj is another pleasure I- slkdtlii hke to hove while ram in t1tivet1 was aroused inqujred qui kIY What iou vraut taJ give the Pst a kick MrYohuO was standIng righbin the shadovr off Cloverpt rts noted Kicking Post undone could easily guess his desire t 4I Want to Irickflouce for my luck to Congrsjiiind onct for Goy erpbrs cfiaTr iepliefl 34r J 1 I Johnson For a wonder I tke Jcldnf Pois still standing as straight asif it were nailed to fc sjrllight edge Thats wonderftp4 1 said Mr Jc4inson beIter- thatiJIrelandsbIarxisy Moti IBrlRk sews fbi ltIIILI 1 OAsr ll I 1WLNwYrk 191OPollFaiIs p r Lexington KYOCtiJ Tijft 2sff 1910 pool pf th Barltj To MOO f Society his riJitd l i t Reports fruiii the itihe btlrley belt 1ber S 1 were held toy iMh k 1same general result lInin counties in differjiabe to lid- pioling fjalan by whie4tNiWPQrs pledgeswe to Mjf ifc mmiteej bfblr oW tthtSuhtil the strengta or W Ji F of the oot wa1s howi at ss cast iqr iit if it WK f destroyedlf1trD lW J ttIn Fayette covmtjHMil six acrewre pooled lItltmine none d AiIcitIiM g was ordered for M7f 4 SsOnly 350 acrid were poMd Ji Moitgoierv uii where an indiTiiual iwas advocatd5DbiI iihgalso wva djg IWif Mason voted to kas l f acres or no pool at alt Nojute relit wu aniitUIh it ison and not an acre WM pool it though Chairmaa J w CoWi 1spoke for two hour im in pp 1pealIn Harrison covpty tWMMNj meeting teas loyally 4Ut tfi4 i and President I bu3 hiJ r tt spoke The Irowerl Ciau tbeirrepreeotativieown t pJolon or off ld Burfey tonightwerei 4 S6l1R C 0 ttC1rWtii tri t to bcVhople1t r i i f Jli t o1 JudtJtrsyrsp 7arein 1 f H6 man everot say ttanfc place by1people their plMtii oji1 f If faces ar tioMssb i t U is going to tabs uur44a J long time id arrfffc lSSQmeJleyer gotsder that folks so pctfnJa I ttbemsel slIic Iq cii Hays we aayrlf faK tOtIMIm the vicious irh fWfliwUrf CC r ol bardt When your migjoo it MI pm tiLhrella Jaf d iii for a rssy lkllM t t tveatber ii apto l Via t The only rtiiipft i i ttiatr are iaits j 1b Del lQorll ji1Janother w We are all likely to ifcW = 1f JPP kinship tothe bsiviilyt must be taWiht d Iff 1I r fto burjSfelvee I Somemin h1k iabout a fttithleii mtir aIL have a fit if iblt the trRthabOi i y I ft I RaIsttuill saj call1C of ite i orouby 1odeea t 1tiqtbullMri th sM It po peto pettee yt iac liyr mnr1c o 4 S rats t1ie Vkole frt 1 tet joi4sAyi 4Aft ct0 f hIs sd bfSS at Bit text Rai1 a satSI =P 7 f THJ NEWS LEAb R w dM d EiWs4MjIt I I PRIGILJL 4 ljiJI 71lj 1 lItTt OCT tIILr I i I ii 01 111 iiJj 11 t 7H bbss Ma aaO e J ttt hs beta asg W1 from r J a in iiij bw 1I1 oJ a trt to aWJatf XPMzLTDmSsr ot rwl h 4ta ao rt fiAle 7 s vSt nE Iiad ODe1-I t 4iyIsk rl MM Mry K IfiHiMM ado- f I1 f feagbter Hrs Jehak Araoii were Jt AaHftfiQii eoxiatj eereral 7 laM s vrfrsil IfIIir I J WiM Cnka P Go ttey ofVaftajrJUlTi iWdMr J H S Gray a Waill S1yJ i tli W ftMrai Treat jrefcuae V ireeeM a Osmptia FrkUy atra hipi My with her cow J Mr Walter Lwis w a lies M te ca ai Mrs Mrs Mary Z w I fro 4rIy ntil- IJrI1 S t Meey Tejrt eti HardWty and r BriMet eray TMed Mr Hare tTaaeter ira BurreM rLeViiaen SatarJay njfht uis If eMr Prank OarMj visited i 3r ifeSraissioi ftttardajr nighti and if Mr xkIfl8QptlrcbaMd W JM Bait a irsaniog obit tMftP n uifMi Rkslwril Sflider- Md eiuWrWo nMr KoomtteMt M Tinted rekkres at this place iil It y I Mttept yrfcha ajtd Ida Gray a iryhtraAaf with heir aunt wt rMya4 Mr Mrs1 lyasv Sale and J i i I EoaiwfYi4t4ua at A Wtffctieg iaUrday and Sunday 1J r Ibk5attiII IB1bS1a qtdZrIz1ttvr sfM 4 tkvrlLffanibal XOJUlreclJil a 11 itJ1 1oeys Eesey Ulrarfet tile it itth4f cxpresa iM7 feelies It U l all ilfdia lerer wed I iM ceatd Lb4 coid aM was threat t wisA Jwjtk iluaoeIat The flrst tioCft jw cotait HaTdMi fc Befcerfsoa PJiJ I I ft4 Lity tfr 1 3 IMJM LofSA Ksals is the gneet iLafiOCooor Jr si Mn J L MsrUn f epf fadty with ilr and Mrs V L Ly Xrand Mn Will o11 tif1 mtty nttttttmt t Renga Belt Corsetsr L For Stout Figures kRxNGo BILT wkich re bgiye long Jf =f2 irve fr waist to r tIIIii aud erecUy repro Iy st JMtMii af ien1 k care oJd Weareso4e a ets j r f Silk It t Specials t t SiT 0 19feffcMtayihrtM et WNHUHJIvory I MtwMtoryIfcitaC t wd at I Jt t S4YJHii1t1ll 14 iachea wide I ki i0i ad IIMt M fiaieb ex I MptHMMH TAMM eton brews iyoiy j all1as il wi give i4eo Jit i did eaywIspeMlat HJdfer carz Df CHDIE3 t d I 1rII z 1 t WrJwlh s isM dwd 14I i I o a J J lATIN AiJttESc 19 r tJi IrIttwerolfIrMlin a Istrss MtIa dM pmi ulcer 1 lktII r J JA= iiJIIII and jwn BAT rfcturcd troll KwhUTiW Mt wbtrt tbsv rGariaMr Hr aod Mrs Poiri- psMgi I few 4yIwhh her JattMT J 1C ri Polii Jde1i tf Mr Jos Grsoe if Visiting his kh re MMMMS KV lra and Jennis GoeAkU peDtS Da1Wlth Missl AJaGraoe t MiM Silra Rwd is apebilif g this wslc with her Illterrurs iaxu t Ir weleaM 7SW14 Suad1 Mr awl Mr John Folin spent oftsuywak with Mr and Mr JR MeAlister lY GrJfsby laoH tae sick list Mr Frfcd GrjgalJy was in bur YBity Satbday- Mis zaEos Polin enter taiMd atewyungo1ks Friday Dine Rtachini the Top in aiy calling of life demands a Vig rout bedyaad keen brain Withou- tealtitbere tis HP saccess ButElec trtc Bkten is the greatest health buiJdera tile world has ever known It oowpels perfect action stomach liver kidaeys bowels purifies and enriches the blood tones and invigo the whole system and enables yOilt to stiad the wear ana tear of wr daily wo kII After months of aXttimg from kidney trovublef ritce W M Sheraan of CMsoin i Me three bottks of Electric Bit ers Make me feel like a ne w man Qc atHsdoe Ie Robertsoil f Fair View i cOor farmers have housed their kri tccd and are now busy cut j tlitg corn and sowing wnesk nlY Hamilton and 0eo Mon dia dat the home of Mr nines Siriday f Will and Jiramie Chester visi ted relative at Litsey Bsiurdayi ihtk j l Ware glad to report Wr F4 Carney improving after anlII lnsm of typhoid fever Mrs Mollie Hawkins has re turned to her home in Danville after a visit to relatives in this nd Nelson county J f Geiertas ant Ciaritiblc wl- sI wish all might know of he bene fit I recefyed from your Foleys Kid Bey Jtemedy says L N Regan Far 1 er Mo His kidneys and bladder gave kIvi ifeucXpain misery and annoyance he could not work no- rleepBe says Foley Kidney Rpm My completely cured him Haydon JbRobertson r Rockbridge Robert Sims sold 20 acres of laid two miles north of Willis burg to Jas A Divine for 700 The death angel visited Mr Bicliard Kays home Wednesday Oct 32 and took away their little daughter Mattie and also visit d the home of Mr Anther Lewis Oct 18 and tooic awy heir 2 year old son Ezra The bereaved parents have the sym M I miles LOUISVILLES 39ci i t 49 49c J I atS5c SPECIALS IN Dress r uitings SERGESHard IlIiedthe dust 50c ENGLISH 3CIXTURES In fall colorines fbr coat inches SOc Ie ALL WOOL SERGE In different colorings wide priced per 485c HEAVY BRQADGLQTH all t1MHUOf1bleshadeJu inches rwMe per pILooBLmiJ Altaian round threlcrdteted voile fast black 42 J fa wide special per yari tw Gillirperya g ai 125 200 Insas andbcttffe4afIiIk Od tthmeings unusually 15001 l 4 PublicP C SSaleaI e i1 4ik I will at the Stables of J S Yankey five North of Springfield Ky on the Spripgfield and Willisbutg pike 6hr Thursday Octb r 27 I fAtlOoclockam offer for sale the following personal property t Mules 1 pair 4year old Mare mules 2 pair 3yeur old mare mules 4 pair 2year old mare mules 1 pair 4year old horse mules 3 pair 8year old Horse 5 mules 3 pair 2year old horse mules 16earold mare mule 1 2year old horse mule 3 yearling mare mules 1 weanling horse mule 1 4yea old horse mule 1 6year old horse mule 1 6year oldJack goodone Lunch I pm M GREGORY TD J f pthjof the community- Mr Bill Crouch of Danville is visiting relatives of this place Mr W P Scruggs of this place will go Louisville to be examined for Diabetes Quite a rowd from this place attended chircha Freedom- S nda nighti We are sorry to report little Ella Mae Jenkins is on the sick i fjThe e has been changed from the 2nd to the 3rd Sunday jn each month Rev H P4 Hatcfaett psor Everybody invited Mr Sanford Yocum is serious ly ill with jodigestion Richard Pinl siton and daugh terDarvelfandson Roland Mr and Mrs Milton Gnder and daughter Alma Mr and Mrs H T Scruggs Mr John Grider Everett and Richard Scrujgs spebt a most enjoyable day yith W P scruggs and family Mr Everett Bale called pnhis qest girl Sunday Miss Effa ten kins Miss C rda Coulter and Mr Fred Shields were married Octi 9by Rev J A Sims Sunday at 8ocluckVle wish them many happy Mr Oscar Scott will leave for Ill Oct 17 The farmers of this communii ty are busy cutting corn arid owing wheat and making sor ghum John W Chnstan of Lexing ton hs established Insur Ir Mail Orders Promptly and Carefully Filled With the Best Values In Stoqk apdon Mail Order Purchases of5 or more we pay forwarding charges to points within 200 r j GREATEST STORE suits 36 eirkiedpei- yard at 1 twen- tY 44 inches yard at In i WOfMMM gocxI miles to years an BLANKETSG- ray Golden Rod Blankets 114 regular J400 values Specially at 298 All wool Springfield Blankets 114 regular 650 values especIally priced per pair 498atW oolensJetc BEETLED TEREALINES Soft finish 36inches wide priced pcr yards at New styles 31 inches wide per yard at yard priceu 25c NONSHRINKABLE VIYELLA 75c WAISTINGSNovelty atrfSSeS f COAT LINING Guaran eaps incnes wide priced per yard at 7Sc J Table Ujnens Heavy Bleached Napkins Extra quality 22 12 inches regular 250 vues priceci per dozen L98 l 72lIlpec1auypnCed S1191Scads Scalloped with llace in Hrtlon ize r18x54 regular 100 IVilUUttI each at 65c W MnNS WAISTS waistsinand green self and net trimmed some slightly soiled waists in the lot toJd as high as 750 on special sate at 2981 I Hors s 1 broodmare by Rad Bird bred to Noble Demark 2 weanling Colts horse and mare 1 yearling Red Bird horse 1 coming 3year old Red Bird mare 1 coming 2year old Saddle Gelding 11 weanling colt by Moko extraMilkCOWJ and calvet 1 yearling heifer 80 head of ewes good ones 3 Bucks at L ENGLISH Auctioneer DEPARTMENT priced ance agency in WillisburK and is prepared to do all kinds of work in the insurance Ktie Forced To beave Home Evetyyear a Itrge number of poor sufferers whose lungs are sore and rack withcoughs p re urged togo to another climate But this is costly ahd not al ways sure TheresVbetter way Let Dr Kings New Discoverp re you at hOlIeuItcured me of lung trouble writes W R Nelson of Qalomine Ark U when alhelse failed and I gained 47 pounds in weight Its surely the King of all cough and lung cures Thous ands owe their lives and health to it Ins positively guaranteed for Coughs Colds LaGrippe Asthma Croup all Throat and Lung troubles SOc and 100 Trial bottle free at Haydon Robertson Fenwick Mr and Mrs J D Barker and grandson Lorain Walston spentSunday with Mr and Mrs W T Backer and family Miss Fay Montgomery IIr spending ttis week with Miss Mary Rose Janes Mr and Mrs Walter Adams visited relatives at Ray wick frotn Sunday until Tuesday Those who dined with Mr and Mrs J M Janes Sunday were Misses Verna and Ethel Rogers Pay Montgomery Rojcie Cissel Messrs Irvin Thompson and Bernard Logsdon Rev Gabe filled his rjgular appointment here Sunday Mr Frank Logsdon has gone to Louisville to make his future home we wish him the test of luck r VTuAYrWEDNESDA KL Cold t- Lanterns 1 COLD BLAST LAN TERNS are made of heavy tin with large size burner and globe that fits so wind will affect the 59OurC RAYO EADG LAMPS Cornblete with 10 59c 139 House Furnishings fromiiCLOTHES BASKETS made strong split willow strong handles gOOd family size very sneei llat WASH BOILERS heavy tin sol id copper bottom strong drop san no phone orderp69c S9c hood ChoppersT- he i Dana positively the best S desired vegetables100 size special at 125 size special at asII145 special at SI Specials In the CARPET D P variety INLAID of LIN0LEq mottled ftTM5NTI Ithrough to theba greens blues and I ors regular jl25 per laipl on your floor durIng this sale at b 90c TAPESTRY RUGS Another shipment of 9x12 tapestry in Persian floral and medallion de signs including greens reds and cqlorsTheseby a fortunate purchase we are able to offer them to our customers at the remarkab low price OC 1 I size reds rugs 1085 ifl r I r 4 i t1 44 t r ir J EASTERS 5JY f11- I j I lA i lj i1 il1 I lOOSE i LEAF WAREHOUSE 3SPRINGFIELD KYt i tL d frTandy Quiseiberry Co troprs i Vjj1 1 I1Daily Auction Sales th Well Lighted Salesl F1oor1 rff t0P I Ifr fa Hoilse6 Is near The Depot u i 4V t f r willbetri I Tandy Guisenberry Manager I vsSISJ2 4 AA t A A j A j Ao J I W WWWVW Pw W Mr and Mrs James Lanbam awl daughter were the pleasant guests of Mrs Teresa Graves and fam lySunday Misses rioxle Cissell and ona Graves entertained a uurar ier bf their friends Tuesday ight in honor of Miss Fay dontgonery Mr Bernard Logsdon anasis er Margaret were the guests f the Misses Haydon Saturday jight x Mrs Mattie For n and Mrs rudie Parrott of Lebanon pent Saturday night with Mr and Mrs SO Begle and attended cburchhere Sunday HELPED BY HUMIDITY i Many Materials and Products Which Require Moist Air There ar tuuny uwturluln operations and products which requliy special atmospheric cunditious for udvanta lieous or profitable UlnllltnllDCPdn flpul atliotiK such opefuilbus Is the inauuracnirp uf textiles perhaps the arKPHtslugle Industry curried on In tniturles lithe favored clImate of he Laucanhlre district of Epgland the natural oil mate affords working eon ditions vquuledi In America only 6a oc nsloiml days hi Certain localities Ien In Eufjlarid bowcver there are many days lu which the atmosphere la till dry for the best wofc- Sln e textile libers a increased In strength and elasticity by high humid ity1 and mojiqrately hhb temperature breakages are less frequent under proper conditions anil the output Is in creased lint even before the fiber reaches the manufacturing plant atmospheric humidity plays an Imporrani part Cot tou loses weight as It dries out but more than that the fibers bristle and appehr shorter and of lower grade than when slightly moistened leather feathers and ihany other porous substances lose a considerable per centnge of wvlght In drying out so that the nmlntenauctf ot tfverage and uni form humidity tn the storage room has a direct advantage to the owner in nmlntainlng the value of his goods is they lie In the warehouse Clgaru uid tobacco e flavor In dry air and epiln It to some extent utter los iy stDnige hi proper limnliUUed rooms VMMlen furniture and nuixlcnl lustru iients are KiinielhneM cracked or the thilxii Injured by the dry air of steam heated rooms AliIthese and oilier similar goods Are advantageously worked or Htoredln rooms In which the atmospheric humidity Is artificially controlled and kept at the most desira blo point Engineering Quality In Cattle High class animals always have the most qWlUtyJt is shown liua fine 1allky coat of hall in a mellow elastlc JointsTheret or hair Onecow may hrive hair that Is fine and soft and thick There Is a very fine and close undercoat and thenIIlonger coarser hair Such hair la a great protection in winter Other ani mills and they dye the most common have nr8e Jonghillr coarse1VIJ you can easily take the skin in the ullmili tj It will be mellow and roll up some t that In the hand If the CQ1 lacks quality her skin will be thick tight and not easily taken in the hand Finn quality n seen In the hdlr skin awl l hone means with the beef animal that when killed there will be much less waste of the carcass than if the con ditions ShoW lack of quality So also the dairy cow with plenty of quality Is a better producer of milk than if tllb quality Is lacking O 8 Plumb Ohio Feeding Dairy Cows IOttbe mistakes made in feeding dairy cattle perhaps the ono of under feeding Id the more common It Is t very serious mistake to eed a cow only that required tr keep her body and then not feed her enough In addi tion to produce what milk she cunU- a cow declines in weight while giving milk It flho vs that she Is not receiving sufficient food as a cow if not fed enough will produce milk for a time at the expense of her bo that to she will take the surplus flesh from her body and convert it Into milk and thereby will lose in live weight On the other hand when a cow Is being overfed It may be detected in a short time by the fact that she will put on flesh Thli condition may be corrected giving her only the amount sheIby and will we tor milk produc lion This iiftama feeding enough to maintain practically a uniform Weight 0 u mckJ VliJvralq ot 1aQe1- e = Moores AirTight Heater Does the Work of a Pinwe r t All nickeled parts ore of the very highest tlnish through a process known only to the House of Mgore None of the polished parts conies In HcElroy1artOD Real Estate H JiV We have in our hands for sale the following described property all of which Sv p will be glad to show anyone Fakn containing TH5 acres well located good sixi room dwelling tenant hooVe and barn price 4000 101 Farm of 180 acres 5 room jdwellihg honje 2 barns 32 per acre 1 I 102 Farmof 177 acres 3 miles from Mackville 103 Farm of 135 acres seven IUd one miles from Springfield good tenant housQ and two bath mostly in grass rice 70 per acre 106 Farm 45 acres good house and1 barn good land and well fenced Pricp 450p I 170 acres located 5 miles from small house stock and tobacco barn well fenced and watered Psice 60 per acre 108 Farm 170ticres one mile from Mackville well improved in every way- laysJ well and in a high state of cultiva tion 109 Farm of 84 acres 6 miles from Springfield small house awl good barn 40 per acre 110 Farm 170 acres 21 miles from Springfield 5 room dwelling small stock and tobacco barn and newly fenced Price 45 per acre Ill Farm 140 acres 3 12 miles from Springfield nice dwelling and barn all Jays Well newly fenced and mostly praSs Price 57 50 per acre 112 6 room frame cottage 2 acres of outIil field Price 2200 213 Farm of 206 Uqres 712 miles ron Springfield 16 per acre j trror Orchard jLaw A and Garden L No tgentg II F Ky f thjferentIts by far the 1u J il VOne rstairs and lafurnace V 1t sane tssi sra x ture as the air in the Same room as the stove V I IwSaves Over Your BiJlk Moors Ah Tight Heater burns hard coal or the cheap t kted irfriacic r and can be ma at less than half toe cost of other heaters The Egg Shaped Dome and Ht Air FM Tirept cossmmea aH th eorbein the coal thus overcoming the smoke and soot nuisance am weUacViiiJ the fuell last longer Thereare no Cllnker and no cinder The Dust Flue takes All the dust and small ashes up the chimney thus preventing them from collecting on the floor and furniture IThe Ashpan Apron keeps all ashes from falling on the floor when remov ing pan The Handsomest and HaestHeater Ever Md p01IshOletPOllshi keeps the stove like new whcte f1ayear The Air Tight Draft Caijtr l en ables you to bold a fire from 24 to 48 hours Pire never goes out overnight and Is always under perfect control t FOR I All parts are grmmd anil m together air tight NOtbclct a lps r tos wlcklng t WJ tfL mtUue Xi expands and contracts wHk HM bMtiL so that the staves p Weetly air tJ Mw and under complkte ccMrM at att tlme Stop Ia aad1et SW 7e tM secret of our Open BtMaa Caainf and many other fe tur as kaYMit room here to eapkla Let iipceIi to you that one elt Me ItMtentri replace two or cre4 tMee otlwrii aA rdo iKtWr work Them alt eimiiiHii J FOR SALE YIfIf StJLTZ 8 CLEAVER Agents ypropertYI price I IpjLjJlarm S riilgfieJdKy Price12600 in fruit and Shade RS Everything WriteforCataloiie HILLENMEYtR Lexingtpn FoLEr onearth Bun1 downand Half Coal surface i I 4lF II t I MilQfi 12J i If trst Glass ilI t II i III I condIi t I S t r v 31 t JH L j11y aifiiC e I II IILeachmanf iSL I Campbell j Of i- 1rTaiiIi 1 ft Jt Farm For SSalel oio 1Fiile IQ t 1 OneofthefinstfarNcauugyppl Q ated on the Betch Fork riv r 3 DM S frooi 8as6town Fine tobacco and stock farm C Jl 2 516acrs ofwhicl1l00acr is riftr lIatlre9 acres fine upland 85 acres in wk t 171 timber six room di3 testaiat IMiI I ti barn J tool shed fran ryt corAcrib eall ntcessary outtwtldinf FJBI w i r at OS jand in every Held lorcaI i g I MeEtROY RlEetate HH Ats Nitit ChiM n6tFLETCHERS ASTOtRJA XjMldrea Ory f8R1LETCIEISOASTORIA I 0 DR ilTfThil rfJfTHOUT PAIN rMPWNG1LD Ey Ail Dental Work StrtcUy t IItiIt cIUI a DR jC MUDD a dT idJudkrgN Ofrsours8to 9JDut l4otpm Pflaor Haydons Drugslore jj II Umpton M DI tt 11 j Osur1ls4N4Lt R4dc He a Jc W FGRIGSBY IETTORNEYAT LAW t F reaMs z II IiPIU FDILD KY i t iuiil HYATT OMsN oLve v Red Cross Druc jothoura HyttIOOc ib1 ni 4 5 p1h f JOIIKYMAY1SI fUIEIIL SECTOR t t UMltESEnEM8AlMER f TELEPI4ONE It1 PAY 10 NlftHT 74 SPfiMGFIELD pITIi Railroad Schedule lt V i 1 le1oraad Sprlngfisld branch Railroad jAor 41LHf i Louisville at t 43JQ p m Bardslpwn Junction B22 pmrBardstown 6G6 p m f7 rriY at Springfield 655 p m l o 42Levci Springfield 600 a m i Bardstowir 645 a m Bard iown Junction 730 a mjj artves at Louisville 820 a in U Nb 43 Leaves Louisville aLli 720rm Bardstown 0 unction 855 arm Bardstqwn 1005i a rnn fryejat Springtield 1140 pmi Np 4LMVH Springfield at 110 itOOpHif Bardstown 220 p mj b Bi rdstown J uric ion410 J m arrives at Louisville 545 p m Nq 0 Sundays only Leaves at iSpringfield 715 a m Bardstown lbii lbIbY 3omINo 91 Sundays only Leaves Louisyillei 4 600 p m Brdsc Wrn Junction 645 p mBardsftown 730 p m arrives at Sp jlngl ld at 825 p m r J Irl TOWN 7 ICI j The hst and Latest I iAtylr Fflhid- sadj l II Acva1atacss fl fi1IA1 Jlarftd PJyraomtti Bock Boo sfoisi1e 75c Mrs JTYaste Moinc City Paints may cost trifle morebut Leo Haydon FOR SALGod seedWheat 100 perbus lorJOO l1 A B Walker Harnge license was issuedr this week to Mr pont Simpson and Miss Della liattlngly Pure bred brown leghorn pu lets and roosters for sale Stanly Thompson R JR 3 Rev W A Wolfe will fill his pulpitnext Sunday at the Chris ian church Neir Trimmed bats and ready towears at Wathen Shaders Mr G B Cunningham pur- hawl of Tfifo Kate Williams er residence on Walnut street Rev WD Terrell of Elnoraj dina will commence a protracted meeting at Maud next Monday berefi8 no line of Shoes Jo satisfactionI FOR SALESyear old mare lady broke and not afraid of au tomobile or train Harry Derringer u Ithemryat Wathen Shaders I want a go tobacco tennant for the year of 1911 Jr K Walls r No2 B ringQeld Ky box 99 Iei Ladies of the Presbyter an church will serve an Oyster Supper November 5tbt from 4 to pmCourtp Rouse Every odyinvitedtForty Hour devotion closed St DOminic Tuesday Rev Father Hennessy was assisted Rev Father B V Flood of Rose 4 l Our hats Went like hot ake last Saturday Dont aiitog one this time Mrs Williams r EL s M ioit w 13000 IHi S M uit4 worth 30 00 lor 22 50 zitl p Mu4s wuiii LSOO or20 00 H SAl Soils wprbi 22 50 for 1800 Wew rth SuU worth 20 00 for 15O0 Wei worth Siti vr rth 1750 for i2Q cfth S is wrth 1500 lor i1QQ 4 worth fcuitsworth 1250 for 9JI 1 i 1i AND Floersheiraj v hoes for men 450 to 116 XT 4tDotg iS Sbosfor men 50 to 400 tJeacon men 300 to 4 00 1a a l 250 to 500 Snoes for women 250t3Oa ii ttcal 01 Interest i Fr I screened t T0 1 2 i PIGSIII1 M MoM = iiiWla iiiU tracted Teeth It cxiFF out EAtN Off DANGER j No when tJUre wanted t I IDoneI11I IIin every respect land just as ad att DDSS II SII SprlRSfleld Ky IiI 1 MH t 4p HMM MrCH Mclntire purchesed from Mr Andrew Cunningham his residence and lot on Willis burg street I mhe ladies of the pleasant Grove church will hav a sale of cakes chickens and salads on Wednesday Nov 23rd at HaganI Bros Patronage solicited I Mrs E Carl Lit ey is quite ill at the home of her father Judge W E Selecman and her friends are very apprehensive as tot her condition i The Foot Ball team of the Springfield Graded school will go to Danville when they will play the football teamii of the Deaf and Dumb school of that place I I sell Hamilton Brown Shoes and many other noted brands and ive are proud of them They are good honest well made true and tried Once tried you as others do P J Thomas The ladies of St Rose church wur serve a dinner County Court Day At their former dinners they have established a re pula i tion for serving meals loud they will no doubt sustain itc this time i t STRAYED On my farm about three months ago a black heifer i calf weightine about Own r can have same by paying ipasturage and for this adver tisem ut u4 GTShewinakerr 8 iiThefnew buildings of the N ashc in ton County Loose Leaf To bacco Warehouse Co are nearI ing completions Each ware b4ue is very large and spacious enough to give ampler room for the tobacco that will be offered on the market Sbultz Cleaver I r I IAtctAI- I IIWe the largest stock of Mefrs Boys Suits we have ever shown In fact we are overstockedx1j must cut the price down We I intake following llow prices 1 1MensSuitsrthT3500for 1Wlt SHOFJS4WOMEN OppendorfSttpeiforwomien Happenings platesl IYSmiARD 3will 450pounds showing Womens SUiJs11Complete Stock Coat Wo Novelty and French Serge 2000 to 3500 BroadCloth 1250 to 2000 Plain Serges 1000 to 15 00 IFancy Mixtures 750 to 10 00 Womens Coats and Furs I Di s Goods Silks Neckwear Belt Pins Silk Skirts 1ifIr V Belts Underwear Sweater Coats v Ir 1 11 F01RMHN 2 bhpvsJuir btnitlifsterring t Saturday excellent J tike Specials For Saturday II and J Monday tCalicoStt Hopcotton V 7 12 7 cIHoosieri Cottoff 6c 94 Sheeting 36 in percales lOc 1 L1 Cut Prices on Carpetsaugs Wall I ii Paper and Lace Curtainsup i SWeSlicitYoUr Btttronage tl r GUNN INGHAik UpuIi II MV a fT 1111 ii 1 1T TrT iI7 I J1 i have th t uuii el tr puttin illie roof on lh build nd Pantry Shower i fieldi1H Williams ftnd wife on last a prnti y shower They were ihe recipients of quite a quantity if preserved fruit and o lr provision their panti beinjf filled ljj Fine Stock Sale J IAt Mr Li M Orregorys sale on next Thursday Oct 27 there wilj be offered for sale some of the best stocU ever offered at a publicsale in Washingtoa county There Ill be a large nurn ber of mutes horses cows and sheep The sale will be heldiat Mr J S Yankevs stables fivtf mjle VfrOm Springfield The sale will commence promptly at 10 o clock and lunch will b- eserda11pm Ben Johnson To Be Here Hon Ben Johnson Democratic nomiuee for Congress in the Fourth district will speak aft the Court House on next Monday County Court day in the interest of his candidacy for electiont Mr Johnson is an able speaker and all who gc to hear him will be entertained bv a good speech f dayspeechesin te haying lIar e crowds to hear him wherever le goes Curcuit Coui L Next Monday will be a big day in Springfield is both thes first day of Co SlitGpurs and of Circuit Ccurta further be cause there e a political speaking in towel Tue docket I nr the circuit court will be large in both civil and criminal cases there being t 2 old and 51 pew indictments There are 60 old and 15 new equity cases arid 15 old and 15 new Common Law appearances For several courts preceding lasttcourt there had been very lightj dockets but the great j in tne volume of business in the county has necessarily made more activity and it can be truthfully said that the increased amount of Jitigationis common M surate with the increased activity w in all other lilies of business MijilneryO rNew hats for Friday and Saturday Big black sat shAjgps i 250 yalue for 150 Saturday only j Jrs Williams 1II VSquire Hendrens Court Saturday was the regqlarterm of the Magisterial Court in Squire rHendrens District Tnere ways a large docket of both civil and l criminal cases most of these ho ever were continued Ess h quires Hendren and J WGorvdon presided in joint session The case of the Commonwealth vs EverettDedmanfor breach of the peace by unmercifully whip ping a boy in school resulted InI an acquittal Thacase of the Commonwealth vs Oscar Scott Ddlbert Scott and Luther Hardin for breach of the peace resulted in a fine ofi 250 apiece fSincetheCourt House court can be held much easier than before The building is a hands me structure Ii andiian ornament to the county as well as the city t l LeachmanSettles Mr Boss Settles and Miss 1 Lillian Leacl man urprised their friends on last Sunday night by eloping and getting married at the residence of Rev t Jp A Simms at Willtsburg Mr f Settles Isa spn of Mr Henry Settles and HIS Industrious farImer The ride iis a daughter of Mr and Mrs John Leachman of PJeasant Grove and is quite ybungbpihg fifteenrers of ayeff John H KearnsDeadII It will be a matter ol rgret to many Washington cojqty people to learn of the d ath in Louis ville on last Monday of gr Johb H Kearns He was fiftytwo years old and was a native of Maricwi county Jv1 several years o waJ engaged in business aItilt ry Company of Loretto Three years agO be moved toj Louisville Ky anti became proprietor of tthe Victoria Hotel Two months ago he was forced to resign his position because ofr II Jill health Mr Kearns was a 0promipentid i izenI Canary Mrs Lucy Canary died at tL home of her step daughter lira Emily Cocanougher near Texas on List Tuesday afternoon of inflrmities incident to old aje4 Mrs Canary was ptnvious to her marriag a MIss Hall and was a daughter of Mr Carter Thdl She was 86 years old and and a life long resident of this county Mauy years ago she was married to Mr Abram Ofi nary grandfather of Messrs Ate lam and R C Cnary of this COUY x Funeral seryices will be conduct ed today at Bethlehem by Rev R L Purdoms Geo W Chetcheir Dead Mr Geo W Cheacheir who for several years was a resident of Springfield died at his home in Louisville Ky after an illness of two years He was fiftysix years of age and thirtyeight of these years hadbeen spent as ant engineer and during most of the time he was on the run between Springfield and Lpuiaville While on this run he lived with his familyat this place up until nine years ago when he moved them to Louisville He was very popular being polite and atten tiveto strangers as well u friends As an engineer he was regarded as one of the best in the Railiroad l Hejs isupived by his wife M rsAJic1Chescheir and four tons James of Ft ScoUt Kas Geo Wt Jr Alfreds and Rns Chescheir of Louisville FEFCNAL Mr and Mrs E E Buster of Harrodsburg visited her parents Mr and Mrs J Y Mayes tEi place ofII jMr1 E S Mayes Sr Will Hagan are attending tbe Grand Lodge in Louisville j Miss Mabel Williams Will leave omorrow bra visit to Miss Lila j5Tancey at Lexington Mr J C McEroy spent Mon day in BrJsowcyMrs Loi is Rogers and daugb ter Naomt and Mrs Ji Y CeekI Mr ancl Mrs T Scott Mayes have returned from a isits to their son Robert in ktahothatiity Oklahoma Mrs C R McElroy of Ran sascity spent a few days with Mr and Mrs OR McElroy ofbl tnis place Rev R E C Lawson and Messrs W A Waters Wm- uckrnan and H M Gruhdy were in Danyille last weekeMr and Mrs Jas Allen off Bloomfield visited Mr and MrgI WW Ray this week b v 1JIMr Metier Sturgeon is spndt ing a few days in Chicago Ill Mr and Mrs W R Selecman II thavehich they recently purchased on Main Cross street a 0Missesare spending a few days in Louisville Mrs A R Shultz and Mrs P ftRLebanon InMrsMrs X C Shade attended he ball gamein Lebanon Sat urdaysMiso Willie Knott is spending fewdays in Louisville ft Messrs Herman Smith Wai ter Badgett and Albert Blanford left Tuesday on a prospebting trip to Oklahoma 1RevW A Wolfe and rife to have returned from a three weeks trip Mr and MM T D Tapp leftD this morning for a yjait to Mr i 6illard Tapp in St LouistMrs Kate Reed went to Leba yesterday to undergo treat ment at Elizabeth Hospital Misses Nellie Simms and Bessie Smith who attend school at St Catherines spent Saturday atfhome Mr Dqwntng Robertson who attends school iu Louisville is sPending a few days here Mrs Joe Pettus returned fromI avisit to Nashville Tend Mrs A H MoChord is the 0guestMiss Eva Day is visiting friends in Ixiuisville Mr and Mrs Will Pettus of Crab Orchard spent last week here For More Than Three Decades Foleys Honey and1T aibeeL household favorite frcfjifhs Colds and ailMCBts of the rtchtand lanka Costals on opiates ii WydQs iI t 1 i fiItai HEW f FALLL Ii GOOD S t7 r ri 1 1 i j r 0 t I I L34iiLIiLjl I Are now being received by xis daily i y Jandm a few dysa11 have qpco L j1 r I J f r 1 f 0 I arid ready foryour inspectionone of F t I the cleanest and most up date L IIf I j it has ever been our pleasnre to show7 ctt k = LI = oIS ii I fI1 t FII I t i I Ladies Suit anft Coat- sI f thibefore buying We will be pleased to show o i liThe RobertsQllC1abrQook Co I tt L iiiiiSINCORPRATEIr W ANTED MULES Two r dMs- earlings and cOlts MondayCounty ourt day BGFOX Poultry Notes A rood dust bath la tbe baas beat cure for lice Keep the appetite lusty and healthy ut doifct starve the birds The healthy hen Is usually active and Uk wlBtttbe active hen Is usually healthy In return for the money Invested poultry brihpi as good prottta as any thing upoiiahe farm No one can rals fowls andegga so- eonOIcally as tno farmer Every thlug tbe poultrymun must buy the armer raIns j Scaly legs may be prevented or cured y using lard and sulphur TIle color r tbe leg will also be Improved by tbe use of this Places box of dry wheat bran where the fowls and chicks can get t all times It Is good for them and ey cannot eat too much If they do not eat It readily at Unit mix a lUlls oarse cornmeal or millet wIth It ta sort df bait It wont be long before the bran box will attract them wIthI out tbe meal or millet tJSuction of Seed I need selection Is one of the most b ortant details connected with success il agriculture and too much carIcannot be exercised says Farm and Uanch The aaniia Ids from g poor or wprthlijsi seed Is plaatI and cannot be computed ur centst Besides the loss of a crop there Is always tbe danger of noxlIweed being introduced with the cheap eed Only the purest seed Is worth planting and it can be obtained only from reliable seed houses Thi Farm Woid Let Every farmer should hate a wood lott and In the fall be should plant trees to take the placesl of the ones bo cut ftowiy during the prLedIntear people would only take the tru1lt plant a oew tree for every one they cut down tfee forestry question would M snfved Irdlss Seng ue allttk baby bIrlla grew grew gr WTin his wings were itroacer birdie flew flew dew hrough the apple bough he flutter hop hop hop rwlUrlng till youd thltfje be couldat atop stop atop IJfe heaaJilIts Joyous a Its gvT ray jayl- nd then this happy blrdllnr flew away way way Jut the memory ot his song clear clear dear w echo et his blithe rcCrtla skMr cheer cheer In the Exeltomint So you confess that the rate M srhlch you traveled was the mean of placing sveralpersonaln serious daa ger Yes answered Mr CIlclns Te policeman who was cbasiiaf tw very sekrly ran Into three baby carriage Washington Star Ne fUlitf to Him When yoa are angry sM the swiii of gentle iurtliefE stnp sad cot K a hundred 4 hHDdredi echoed Mr Mrlw auk It l stop ata bs5akretac- euating up lwJte UliCsbth woaldat be tacr1 WaH t Itar j Hew H Went lMllfJHNal1y HCitt aw soataIn why M yos Is Is JWe traceY lirH feofprtBt itt bf Uw MM tbOirlll1tOt a taoffbte this rMpo d Mot he vxpldMr vttca dlpfty t J trso Tobacco0rfair 59 Lt tM Ct TtNcti WctCeIBurleySPIIH ELI If I NOVEMBER i 1st 2nd InlfBest Bright Leafe 1000 CiooJ iIBest Red Leaf 7 50 500 110 Best Lugs 750 500 Bet Trash 250 250 I Six goOdmedlum hand tied getberopeee 0if in your samples and ee and let talk tobMce If exhit write us at 4eNo eetrasee fee Jreryitjy JajiKi t Attend nocharges whatever Our warthaiaag l Mittil M tW nihmkd I is owned by the farmer and ram for the farmer lAM eiqMiMiv I sell with us and better than hofghead narketx aed MWiMFl atbiliM I Bring tout tobacco to the Old Hoe and get Mthut priirtl 1Plenty of stable and abed room FREE ROBTT BOHAWiOfc- W jI L GEN MANAGER J AND if O Jt + S i r I l I YOU CAN HAVe 1- I e Warm Rolls Pies Cream 1 1JIIIt I f 0rand Rye Bread morning at II oclock by w IIevery BrjMy or calling at 1c1 i f t r i tIr II1hQfle69 r 0 i iir i I Try One of our Grape Juac0 + X t i xJr LosrOn Saiirday tiijkt September 17 at SpiIngwld Depot when returning irpp Il ville a leatner corortitiiill itet with one strap triMiHil It Oiwi taming clotbiinr S MKMM to supppfted to havftskea it llff mistake F1r41p1se is turn same tMNSt Bifjfy SpIngis1IY rj i II ik Wands ast ebueYtr era- ttK btO CIW1tk Bs leni Amic l Teit tSI prf- eet lr c ItBtssior1cdsij lalttcw Ckap Spr ijH ita Mire w Pitel OaLT i5 at UY4O R- aon tt 5r DntBAj i fttr tu yor owm kittrMk Of mi l to the fact M WteMHiit IP ill tJtrj k rr 0 juagir3 bjla S II= i iIiig4brKoforlt oei t wt rs Hi ww ope5o wi11a yorl t tittii Ia bijiag lure I trjTSi4Oi r tt 5rt1ntilJ 8i MpInt1r I f l FaraIr1I11 l 1 wUIs47 IsI i from Ipdnj a1ius i1d abs ps rs 1 i M l1iiuUflE P1ff U VjThis as tl dill lo ss si b S iusr fM rt- I JaNS r 1 JI i i iII1T TT 1 tort r 1 q A Ifitine of j ips wal in tIfllT gu4aJ- r tIIOt nd Jail Z Alter and wet WOttI for him tJ wait 10 WU kao bib k jeod nvvtatioa in tit t d d4at Iy to DUdiK dlli y w Wf bay soods Aftr ponw 7 a upos the prlcL merc64thaiie woiM ta boat 106000 worth It waa 1 i tartar bill Iban 8t wft awUy te Mil DUng Palmer on credit Icecudid to make tbe dial and t Jm to coot Jar the Mf oiioHhrc r 1 t MOM flmal detellev That Jtrff war news eie aa4lf nqolr aiy deekra Mi ttttla UMot to inform ererr dry goods tJ la the emurtr atttlit jprie of J o would take a Wf ipirt prt j e oiMd It as ooa aa he 1beii uc1 he Iminedlatelyl thoughtetbig Mil of ceodc Palmer had 4of him It didnt particularly attwarf that tbpfJat dldt 45uIrsd only a few scratches of JeadtolxtJalDCIItoldli B would aipply tell Palmer 5r waa tony but tiat kevdidmU t Sthe coald aelll M4k ft We bill aMukaer4hPa1er- t M H Ute caifc iKmediately ithat Tro ld end it ad the KIf W oft Well yowisr Palmer eullt eat Jfcpwart greSted khiv- l M Tfty dSriiptoat mniter telling ibewat etc but really ha tnt think It wfc buiifeM to ex K for jMeh an jueet hw much doe the bill com yoong Palmer seemlBgly t t Stewart replied End be BtMtichtway PJpid lor reatk inenaexfc frtHB his inside Y pocket li BBMlBt it eevBted out 110 thou l t dol-Ua bUto and laying them ty M Mewarfs 4sk iNlclHI r arfii kindly count them and give Lllnull4S l rpoa yoa caa and when ALayss4c i 4S ai r L ARTRUL ftTERj j iit OU Khg UnfMselewily ba taalMsMsw t Ps W1f t 8 ii rtiMNJd among the newspaper men who lifclTfrft lit Mterfieir with k t41 the FJrBh 4 z tI tbcltefeiler club ii 5a 4t t Walter will be one of the lMfi 5a Whe maliged it the f MitM1If1I a newspaper re t la 9ereiam4 Waifor was an j ftely yovthful looking young He decjded to capitalize his i tppcr e ijpr it was not an 4 taei eTa at thai time to get- efetter to cay anything He was icotoredJi JPartec got into the iForest Hill adi from the rear and walked I the flowers and aplren tlaCkot Watboy yrouiiL Boticed him gaz abatoietedly at a fldwer bedand t mpTYa talk U kIm i ihmy foe lIMI began John D7 ywitcadoflowersrk t d I am slr replied Walter HcGvCfy Reader IItYieI jell51 am alwayrf glad to see n 1 1i1 api cMte tkebeauUes1ol iatar Wiyu care tS walk over- iMatthepondllhlesHAhI that tnort t o t riiIfJ Iifi the conversational ice was bro the youthful visitor waa soIfJ f ij5iB UiU6 over all he saw tfidt FOrest HUl passed him tBeI iet r about an hour aThe iNri1t Tenhave to ask J p j J ILI xt BWCBlHg Walters Interview the best thing In the paper MAW Plata Dealer V Htr Jr1 r tJEihEJfct j arka the London Chronicle went ot eectJo expenses Is that candidate can sever be sure what of pig In a po5eke is buying a parliament 5aay ruliMts full term tit may come to an end after a few j viwUuL Eveajf It lasts the glm im j be decidedly not worth the can i c mL Ke ouBtstuart Grant Dutf gives aoigit little licMent of the weari it j y triable oyer the coeitlon bUl t5ri WjNMfe things were at their r J5eaJieat Stuart Jlende 11Jtaaras lle rolled off his seat jty4ef weariness vsay rf fN th1nkThiTI ahuldhave paId- I L7tfor this J Z55 f iHer rroof- j 4J t thWc olt One person in erifT tMrtpaeven in England is a r r t Wky John she returned it Jgnl t I et bore than thirtyseven peo iif ill ddon last summer myself t l and there Wasnt a pauper In the Hot AiJpxt tL1London HoWag fttht 41ly 4o toro1d me I wouldjrnre to I WtLea UBt Wuch meat D44yotelangh him to scornT- fldid afiMrst But when he sent in- w bill 1 found lae was right Wash 1 teatarSt f F tJirT i it Jii tyl rata ho- tt lIL tDe yow like yommeils served r tahie Ch eJ JWcfc Cwho patronizes a + atriMt wa iSrag6fcHNor I generally AmenPI r J 4 r ioouGtUp J tba La 1 TrodWc Makes tern 1IIIrMII otte otDr lJkoot tM meat kidiey liver hdodtifyotthave paber cauaeo bl its Mdy KJ able health r Swamp fulfills almost every wish in rheumatism painebackkMIneya and every pint of lift nriaary pasfage corrects inability iold water and scaldingpain in pass gjtf CDaJfeffects tollowing Use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant seceaHty of being compelled togo often tlurbogk jtte day and get up ninny time during the nIght JyaaiB Root is not recommended for Ye but if yom have kidney liver orWadd er trouble it wllf befound jjl stl the remedy you need itirna been thoQ gk4y teatediB private practice andi proved so successful that a special at lanxement has been made by which all J ers 9f this paper who have not al ready tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more about SwampRoot and bow m1 reading this generous offer in this and send your address to DrXi1mer Co15k dderre properties Root overi coming It to to thiBf l WDBoot Bi fhamtonNY Pregular fiftycent and onedollar size battles are sold by all druggists Dot make any mistake bt remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwamptRopt and thead- Jcis3izg1iititonNYoeve17bOttle Y f No Time For LUtf joys An Edinburgh gentleman died the ot r day and a small boy open eyed aid silent watched while the coffin was placed In the hearse Have you said your prayers Wil Ue1srd his mother after tucking Mm Inty bed that night Noj mamma said Willie Welll say thenrqowSTm not goIng to saiany prayers tonight replied Willie with the air of one who bad fully made up his mind But you must No not fanlghtV Willie perzibtI rnothePiritskonlsh Its n6 use said Willie They will be so busy in heaven tonight un packing Ur Jones that they will have no time to listen to the prayersoflit- te boys Edinburgh Dispatch The Cynics CynicS was the name applied to o Bchool of philosophers founded by An tisthenes a pupil of Socrates The mafn tenet Of tJieetr4macynics was that civilization is a curse and true happiness can be obtained only by gratifying the most primary physical appetites which man has in common with brutes The generalJ attitude of the cynics as distinguished from that of the stoics who regarded bverything in the external world with Indiffer ence was one of contempt They were not an important philosophical school numerically but attracted attention largely by their eccentricities and Ins leuce On account of their contempt for reflnemtnt their name came subse quently to be applied to any one who takes a meStt view of human life New York ituerlcan J Didnt Care For Hirg Little EleunoclK tuothp was ani American whiIe7h rtaTBef as a Ger manSQnedajr after Eleanor had been sub jjected to rather severe discIpHnary measures at the bands of her lather she called her mother into another room closed tthe door significantly and said Mother II dont fanb to medflle your tDSln s but I wish youd send that husband of yours back t- ornnnv Ladles Home Journal QUEER JEWELRY Telegraph Wire Necklaces and Insula tors as Earrings The aesthetic and decorative uses to which barbarians will turn objects which to civilized races are things of the iumbiest utility are amusingly ustrated by this fashion note from West Africa taken from an Italian newspaper For some time the officials of the German colony In Southwest Africa notlced that the telegraph wires and other accessories iff the electrical plant disappeared tlS by magic Ifiimediately tfter they had been put up The most diligent inquiries remained fruitless From otheriparts of the German pos sessions came reports otstAlutp dilections for articles of German com nierce ns for example rubber hetfls garters buckles and so forth things which the natives of those vouhtrles tlo hOt generally use The governor of the colony pive nn entertainment one year in liouor of the emperors birthday afid Ijivlted the chiefs of the dIfferent ttribes to It What was his Hm prise1nfti hosaw these native gentleiuen nppear with lila stolen telegraph wkeji twisted round their illnstrlon ipcksf The iish r the Oteniiy Lit iiiiji of he wire Were round the neckiI1 Inquiries were soon Ntnrtc the utlylng villages nnd it cntuu tto light hat the white china Insulators of the clegrapli poleu hut become earrings A young lady of the highest distiur- tlou In native society wore a rubber Sice Changing from lier nose and a young than who wnil a well knowr dandy wore dangling from his ears Ioitlr nif iMymtlftURlllk Silk gaitcja Early Intelligsnce Sunday Schotil Tejulier linlsliliigrh oarratfonrXnd that lilt sttytJiiUab autl thi wi tle lihiMiy Isii t it ItthntrfRPatnottsin 1M k punkdystiewoto te neat for kit country with a weak stomack JrillheA weak soUitfr wd a fault finder A forthandIIImoae use f l t DISOYZRYJEI tIjIIIjIWlTiteWIMi 1sr 1 btve ieii J iiishSbrhrss Cm a SmM4 I Advie k eilig2tit rWf jr R v j Pft u ff mi i T l Ofuvttel Brtn itiilQ Hnrrtxin had retUl f4 as prdbntnt reaimed the prao iicl oi Jai he fjbuiid Wmself asso lat attli MrKto iifleu AS n4w of PItt4 u s but arritagrio political pwatlgt tAnd5s tqeP Inquired Mr Knox shall we fltvide It Really Mr Knox I never divide fees t1ald the former president Vlj wilt mnlie gt10V11 texms you arrange yours The iwas won The twQ again let i 5omvHl understand Mr Knox said W ffer rpreslderit whyjl did not wish VdlVlde the fees when I telL YOU that Jay fee in that case was t25 ORw V i Ah laice most interesting re plied the Plttsburger Well General wasl00000Itfnrti r Home Science Vftcr a three years course at KlngB ulege London In home science and onomics women students will be able to gain the diploma of M H Smlr tress of homo science It Is hoped says the London Mall that Itftime the work done in these courses may convince the university authorities In London and elsewhere that the science underlying the right management of a bouse Is as advanced and worthy of a pla jg n university calendar l as the science required for equipping n Uqtca ornn engineer The promoters thus hope ultimately for an extension of the present B Sc degree rrhoWoodsof New York One 7osld never think there could be two such unsophisticated youiig men in all Brockton but tberelai The two in question are aged seven teeb and a few days ago began Irfyliipr plans to see New York A visit to that city has long been the goal of each ones ambitiop They finally de clded to go and spend the whole summer but a friend asked them where the money was porning from for such a junket Ohp sale1 one seriously we can get some kludof work to do dayl10nut1 well sleep In the woods nlshtaT Broclcton Times f HIS NOSE WAS SAFE But His Nerves Were In a State of Cold Chill Collapse ulI was sitting on the veranda of a mining town hotel one afternoon a good many years ago said a veteran engIneer aiul was lazily Buioking one pf the nicest meeiwchaum Jpipes you ever saw when tfui gf the fall of my eye saw that Ill man down at thu other end of the vehiittia tiad his gun sighted at me They w reuwlld lot around there and couldnt tell whether be meant to shoott me o the pipe The chances were lu favor o t the pipe however uud it seemed a good chance to test uiy nerv nrttde up my mlntl to let him shoot flea to pretend a careless air but Im telling you in the ten or Uftcentseconds ot waiting the sweat came out ateverypbre aiid my heart pounded ray ribs sore felt a sort of tick utthfr bowl of Jhe pipe heard the crack of tbs gun aud knew that a bullet hud phased through vthe pipe got a brace with my buds and f etabdwt1lt d for tsecond bullet ind It went through the bowl after the arsLI sat her e until bis fourth but let had bltJJe pipe and knocked tbt bowl otrthe stem and then the shooter iauntered Up to me and laughingly said Excuse me stranger but tthought It was Imitation u Samea you are replied My gibe hurt him but be was man enough to tell everybody about my nerve and the boys chipped in sum dent nuggets to b fme a new titi dollar pipe Say do you knoY what happened to me when i made an ex CUl to go upstairs after my old corncob Ihnd no sooner got luto my room than my knees gave dut chlUt galloped up my spine and Ill be hutu 3d If I didnt faint away and lie ther fdr ten minutes It but su rnry 0c curred to me that the bowl of thht pipe was only six Inches from my no while the fellow was doing his shoot tag and I have not yet got over toueb tag my nasal organ now and then tc Jee If It Is safe Feeding Horses In Winter To raise horses from suckling colts keep thorn going ahead Never allow them to get a setback as the first yearns growth goes far In determining what the animal will be at maturity After weaning thecblt should be kep In a well bedded box stall with plenty of light and ventilation It should be allowed to stake plenty of exercise ir favorable weather A good ration con sisting of three quarts of oats end one of bran mixed with water and a little salt and molasses or meal cake should Ijc fed three times a day Oats are exceedingly finer for making bone and a healthy ration for laying on fatIs an occasional feed of boiled barley A little corn may be fed at uoou at odd times also A good fodder feed Is six or Sevcn pounds of clover sum timothy Jjny mixed This should Twl mornings and evenings anti at tutus as the colt will oousume Heprfring Farri Machinery Ifpiri should be made systematic ally uuJUI far as possible at tune ivheuwork Is not rushing It Is ucceii sary lo have some system In looking ifter the machines Iu order that whet a machine Is to be used It will be ready and in good repair In putting a machine away after a seasons work fl It is suggested that a note be made of the repairs needed These notes m- ajO written on tags and attached to the During the winter the tool may be takou into thft shop with svfojch Vcry farm should be proyidedi Mzdtho machine put In first class shape ready ta be usod upon short 410 notIioltijj able to give the implement agent pleimyof time in which to obtain inec ssary parts Orange Judd Partner IFHling Washy Places lit Fields Is no other trash on the farm for filllhg washy places fields tbv straW manure from stables IIs excellent The straw will fill theplace j thnlistraw will help to make the ground nor productive wJiau it is again cult vated Xevor fllioVHln n guuiy wW- fresh dirt tyJiJ1Qtt some thrashyt j brushy fliliner Jt Ifield U and catrb1 more flaying a gobdcThnce is in itself often a Jgreat tribu ctoones aollitj to mdnage tblnpe rind keep them front botlietitzg 1 1JS9me people think that they are- bt and JtllPn go head while others t think that thy are tight 1 That Cold Room I t a which can be kept at full or low heat for a short or long tinflkl Four quarts of oil will give a glowing heat for nine hours without smoke or smell x Affa J An Indicator always shows the amount of oil In the font Fillercap does not scre wiL but Is nUt in like a cork In a bottle and is attached By a chain and cannot get lostco An automaticlocking flame spreader prevents the twlck from being turned high enough to smoke and is easy to remove and drop back so that it can be cleaned in an iinstant fThe burner body or gallery cannot become wedged and canbe unscrewed In an instant for rewicking Finished in Japan ot nicikel strong durable well made built for service and yet light and ornamental Has a cool handle Dealer j Everywhere IfrXt al ynrt write for descrtptivt drcular to the Atcrest agency cftht rtj Standard Oil Company liscorporatedr h 1 THE EARLY STAGE thoFlraIBoys In Female Parts and English Actress v Not long alqcfr a critic noticing the advent wf a new Ophelia In London observed that while the jnctress ac iintttrwlf hppsj ff very well site could UanJlyVbe considered Shakespeares Ophelia which was undoubtedly the ease iuasnjuch as Shakespeares Ophe liu was u boy either u chorIster or a page In the service of one of the then ters patrons j No English actress ruatleh appear ance before the estoratlon On Jan 3 Pepys records To the theater where was acted the toggara Hush IfUei Ing very well d ner and here the Ilrsfet time that ever I saw women come upon tIm stage But tiiese it Is suspected weq mere walking ladles A few days later the diarist went to1 see a performance ol rile Silent Wo nan Among other things here Kynqston the boy had the gocd turn to npijcar In three sl apesI Irst as a poor woman tji ordinary clothes to please Morse then in line clothes as a gallant and in them was dearly fbe prettiest woman In the whole house lie liitl a year before declared that Kyna lon as Olympia made the loveliest lady that leer saw lu my life The distinction of being the tlrst English aCtress has been variously scribed to Mrs Davenport Mrs Knjpi and Mrs Davles They nil ap nejfrcd thej airie year 1501 Mrs Da vies together with the principal ac tresses In SJr William Davenautstom puny being boarded In thd inaYiagers owu housc London Strand Mnm zlne I IA dOES STRATAGEM the Dogs Off the Sent and Saved Her Fawn Thc tonowlng anecdote Is related by U x nUSIUl1 It Is worthy of com parison with the most remarkable df Instances of the same kind Theaauthorlone day perceivedjn doe full UIght before two dogs lu the Alglc woods that form a part of the forest of Chantllly The doe WHS ac companied by a verr joiug awp which appearod quite exhnused and re dy to drop The mother doubtless well aware otbLCf slackened herpace and presently stopped close to some thick bramble bushes She remained some time there with lowered head as if awaiting the 01 ot of her pursuers Suddenly ah Ithia seemed to strike nero and with a butt i 4f the head she toseed her awl right into the middle of the thickot Tlieii first advancing gently as if to make sure it vaij welt hidden she ttonn set oft by rapid boumls lu front of the dogs The latter bark ing close up6n hqr heels she made a Hinlden bcnil and rtlnur drew them far from the spot when this incident oc curred The howling of the dogs Lii canto fainter and fainter the valiant animal having doubtless let thorn two kilometers uway Into the Canardlcre peat bogs wh yop4ie dogs often losn the sctiit V In fact InterJ they were seen return tin to the village In an exhausted ton dltion while the lufblllgeut mother doubtless ritnrned to the bushes to find the llhle fawn she had so cleverly ulgnrltirenPOKER r Hardly Changed Since the bays of thl Early Metal Workers AS the first fireplace WitS n circle of stones at the nioutlj of n cave so thi first poker was a piece of green stick It was necessary to have something to fr knock the logs together with when they hegauto burl through the mid dIe nnd as primitive nUll did not wear boots ho could not use them to Kick the hot embers Into place as sonic of us do tq tlth4day That wits a refine went If It cnn be so called which came later The green stick lasted un til the age of Iron and was then super seded by a hqndy piece of metal which possessed the advantage of being strotger away5Buters In metafc we hniC made no ad rancoSTim poker has hardly If at all changed through the ages It is as lti always has been simple and severe of outline It lends Itself to no vagaries oueiotever patented bQcnuseUt may be said to have leaped from the first foundry perfect and complete In every respect The only notable attempt at Improvement has been to make the poker of brass wltua twisted column but even then the iroir poker lurks at the side and Is known asthe curate because it dpes pll tbe rough work The orna mental poker Is not a pokpr at all but unigaining redlt for duties which It Li unable to perform London Globe r ai WASHING DISHES Only One Time In a Womans Life When She Enjoys Itt We never knew lOt one woman who professed that she liked to wash dishes and from that moment our faith in her veracity melted like sotip in hot dishwater The oiily time we wish we were a mad iJ after a hearty dinner when ho can etljoy siesta or discuss the pa pers viiile we must atteud to the Iu vituble dishes Cm Jauy one wonder that girls get- tired lt the monotonous round of dish washing which must be done three times a day for the 355 consecutive days Think of It egoIJs and tear youi hair and weep fot the woes of our sif terhood There Is a short tftue Jn most every womans life wlieu It Is a pleasure but nhat is wizen we are too small to reach upon the lilteben tnhle without a chali and are permit trd to wash the cups and saucers to ktfep us out of mischief When we are orderitnd have it to dt alOne the soup tureen would hot hoW Mie tears we shed ovprIt How we have dreamed over the blur pictures on the old fashioned dishes pictures of Impossible temples and castles built In unhealthy proximity tc cjear lakes and lii girlish fancy wandered to unheard of lands to dwell IE those castles In the air There should be no dlsbwfoshlnB there But hark The shrill voice of out mother rings out clpar unA sharp Matilda what tire you doing with rising imitation op the lust syllable 0t our pjaiue AH the houp knows that Till I dreaming over the dishpan again and reve lo Is not permitted In our acllv Lousohplil which was conducted ou the whoop tier up system Wizen we sw ladles going mad over ceramics we wondir If they served thcr approhflreshlp polishing tablefuli pf bhlnaKVxv York Weekly s t 4 jito 1REAM CAT Repeated Appearance Premonitory of Disease Some vcxrs ago early In the sum mer sayjj Aihllugtou Bruce in Succe Magazine I dreamed that while out taking a walk wits sad clenlj attacks by liugo cat which clawed fertxhmsly at m throat That was alt there was to th Urejim or at any Rite lliit was all remetnbcrcdon awahcniiiK in the tiiarrlng and naturally tMioiiKh t dlsiulsjtod It from my mitul as hot tiing luu a dream Slut when fuiiiul nivself dreaming the sauit drnun again and again gun to wctukT wimt Blmilticanco It would KisMtiiiy hare Usually It varied greatly in Tlnot utnll Always bow ever the etitrtii wii8 the samthe oat had niehy tmc throat and was lug and srnitHiiut viciously Atc Aether drenmud this dream not less than a score of hues In six months Shortly before Christmas took cold which settled In my throat at footing it so badly as to require the attention ota ieclalist Much to m astonishment it was then discovered that a growth bud beet devblopln for some time auti tthat un immediate UIer fltlou was rti cos4irv Several Weeks later the operation having beeiperformed successfully It suddenly ocpnrreil tp tile that was ur longer beih trocttfed by the phantoui cat For the first time the meaning ol the sioKUlar dream da wued upon me 11t bpd lJfcu aigounliie premonitory drcuui Consciously had been In iut tcr ignorance of the dangerous growl Ir In my throat It bud not progressed fat enough to give me any pain or even to tause discomfort At the same time the organic changes iC Involved bad produced sensations plainly felt by what psychologIsts call the subcon scions and mnnlfesting through tie subconscious to the conscious InUu form of a symbolic dream Ancient Sacrifices iMany Roman and Greek eplcurw tvro very fond of dog tlesii Before Christianity was established nmoufr thp Daiies ou every ninth year ninety nlie dogs were sacritic In Sweder eniz ninth day ninetynine dogs wert Je troycd lint later on dogs were not thought good enough and every ninth rear ninetynine human belnjw were immolated the sons bf tbe reicqliiK tyrant aruonj the rest in ord r that tbejlfetof the monansh might he pro iJiiitO1ILtLIUu1 Uti thl u Ift tvote Uyri =orlsu th- tInutht f sbaidzrJg tt tait Each ttLou JOOij Uolli givtin bj IIMrg Ohl Pi1ntopOOrebui area 01 i o4v YoritozIChrInthias wore n yciilotv votes for Ydmen sash There seems to be eauieihope for the jcuso if the coming generation is tote brought up with suffrage thrust at l from infancy NEW Hg9STORIES I Prudent of a French Diplomatt n1prime An amusing Uttlt adventure bap1 an otileialvislt 10UIIIOWU In tu- esoutunstot Fnuici wttb Infamous for Its clocks neil vairhfs Thu win ister opened the local exhibition andS after thestmeedas the local mayor sented him with a magnificent chronometer tfiadein1 tile Unvu If your excellency ulll allow bc said 5we will kvep th tvatchtfor h few days ibid regulate It M feriand who though aS6fIaHst has a feusiMif hifnuYf roujesrrdui the south of France blzzsmifand kuovA that promises there urn not always kept He Knew too tlzat4a colleagun had the same Tvatch given JObhnlus- tyearthat It had tjeiii kept lobe regulated and that it had not yett reached Paris So Brland primp minister of France shook M fe ilalro BBIAND SHOOK HUt VAIUIIY izI Tint UAND t warmly by the humid told huh that he- W n0lt of a clockmaker hlnirfelt and would vnjoy puttjii the watch In or der and woUld think vhile he did so ofthe khiduessof lie town which bat- presented i lt Jo him 1I Briand has discovered that tin yutcblsnu ex cellent timekeeper Paris Letter to Washington Star A Type ten MettoGeorge Gould was talking In the1 I1Ifthef There was never h ship yet said Sir Gould that did not have one tier son aboard who boa tM eternally the number of times he hab crossed the Atlantic Now it is thirtynine twos now it Is ulnetyjslx Umea Ev ery ship carries invarlably this one passenger who seep tte have diyot his whole life tto inaciug a rptord for Atlantic crossingsjdjI once poke little fun ut if asstiier ot this typo He said to her Do you iijfiow this la roy nfty eventh crossing Is It qlh said indiCferently Its my nlnetyoljjhtb expjaineaOhi is red uwlihtgrltjsIlU old story wIth mr crossuigthe Atlantic now Why nc tually 1 h viys reoognlzi more tbaq bait the tl ttvrfw KInley tack Sold byOwner KInley Mack the horse that wpn both tho Brooklyn and Suburban hand promtn55500 KInley Mack and lite thor ughbred3 were shipped abroad to bo seerri1DonthsasoAbout zed from the snip tty Small The Agent donJ see bOw you flnd room for complaint In this apartment The Tenant Nor 1 There aint eyed room to take a deep breathsCleveland Lead tr I For t flI fell and sprained my arm and was in terrible pain I ojmld not use myhndor arm without intense suffering until- a neighbor told me to use Sloans Liniment Thefirst gave me instant relief and I can now use my arm as H 4B SPRINGER 921 Flora St EliabethN J is an excellent antiseptic and germ killer heals cuts burns wounds and contusions andwilL draw the poison from stipg of poi on9us nsccts 26ci 609 and 100 Sloan T0olc en 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FARMERNake your nome ah modem for jQ4lir family as U ciiouesidence and place yourself Is akvositloo t to get the latest market quotations at any time Tkk can be accompH shed by means of bar telephone service Vkfcfc- you and your neighbors con get fdrasumthat issKaQcewU pared with tie benefits received Call or address f1r eair e3t office or writedlrectto headquarters NahvUeT J f r InfomatIon regarding our spcctalUFARMEU J9Irate Ifou are not at present enJotingtel phoH k tcan itnmedfatelyineresty9u Ourlines covertfieState I Iw Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana due1m portion of Jndlana and IUlonis1 1cr CUMBERLAiND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO1I4NY J Incoroprted l v Failed in My mother died six years a ol writes Miss bthWard of Jedeyville 111haqd left mfe to cariTfcr children II had ftever been strong and this with stoxk of her death was too much for me IHailed in health I was tired all the time and did t A Very dear friend advised me id lake Cardui at it had done her iso much goqd so I cortlntnccd jb use it and now Iarh in good health f Womens pains are relieved or prevented and womeiife i SIf you do nsed it do noi delay but commeftcie to u It at once Every day oHdelay only lets you slide fmttkir down the hill Dont wait then hut begin to take eardul today for its use no mattr how prolonged cannot harm yOcand will surely do you good Write to Udics Advisory Dept Chattanoo MedIci Ca flntttsjoms Tea for Special Instructions net 64Uage boot Ho e truHat fsc W a arniHi frea T LOW ROUNDTRIP HOMfcSEEKERS FAUCI 4 1 IA TRAINS DAILY 2 12I STO Louis 2 y 0 l L First and T y In aoh LimIt 25 Days mont aal iIr Wrlte for Fares and Spclst Diverie ea4s 1 L t t r the use of to Iteep the bowels open ncI xood is Lfver 41iVt s and xf a taste Vetvp acts on tt s t I YE CASTDRtAYor1 inuBOU1f Bearsthtr lrdift useI Thir- tCASTORIA IJOBN Hetl1thr JJaadthe fCARDUI womanSbYou llTheST wmTcaMssL Twa LOWS fff11Tlckdt ThirdonaJo Month Return DofAnsasaisa LyPNpA CAJDmnlG IQUSV1a1tKY PJtysi ians 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