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triflAeeeor trr POMii 1eLty 1111rHHrer l1er rI W d 4Of CSB1mUl e 1P 0 iai d ft lCI1Y COURT Jame a R4iIIUK JidC jokGiiM4MarskaL wi Gibt citj Attormcy kr + J JuTICECOUb iarekeld in Janeary t OetQ1er I H M dJ y h ItDlrictly iIIfliiODIsT J CRUROBzeJI TGtS bJg Pastor JJ IiIYl unI aId atlUaI In dy001CVlrYbUYY e t yer eib1gev WooHSdai mt f C THOLICCHURCH ey P F Henneeai Pastor Sc c thkssa Services at St OeSatfle horn 1lKKSBY tX 4if OHuRCH n FYC Laws n PastodiI r mOIi brery Seidly at 1ilIm at 1 PfSunday chooIcvcir 1Idy 4 ibajn pypr aett- f ysrv Thudsvevenw t oo In jj tBAPtibJT C Uklli- l ltV Wm i9 i ufufY 0hi 1OIi1 75pc i u JlII 1iday at 930 a ui Ictye3 JiCttI1ni r lery rodav evJIL1 v r j oEuIsTIAuRcn i eis fnst and fMn1t fuaf l t OOvui 1 2 f or j t Pii iffJj f r sO I S iijdil Cdf t 1fla PrtlMUd f lrIcoutbJ f Wasinitun CIiater NQ ltH tZi it l1p itJ r r r ibJltI I Cf ii t r tt t Terrfosrlh laoiH i v dF r fa 4 t 4 r5l i UI I SUASAN7 I I 1 i r TIlE7 NEW =Lfi4Df + DIiJr Bad Farming h It is admUted by all that thq tobacco situation is distressing to the growers bothin and out of thetpooL After Jpokin o er l n Ctri to pboexclusionl of other CrOPS tha erant1moneymi er who reaches too far to make a b19tron one side exposes Mari persptf bn the other side to th enemy The farmer has reach 7e4 lQe his exposed his family no t only to ignorance by staying out fchool but he Jars neglected to fise the food products thatj make up the hecessaries of lifp therefore hejd compelled to spend his tobaccoitnoney when he gets itto pay ToVfopdthathe could have raised Sis land wh ichwas in blue grassland clover v is now on its way to the Mississippi valley on accbunt or ng plowed up atfd allowed to wash way A reasonable crop of tobacco may be raised wih profit The thickets may be cleaned up and put in tobacco which will pccuby the odd timej the fa me1i but in no case should a farmed put so mucftc bacco thacjjewill not have timej to raise corn vegitablesj cut hay and keep up the improvements neQessary oa the farm AH to jac oind no hog and hominy iis bad fuiniipgOventQni Demo bn t Hilies ANurdcror t A merciless murderer is Appendi qitis with mauy victims but Dr klpgsNewXife Pills kill it by pre ti nt They gently stimulate sto Yomaching that clogffinjf that inVites ap pen dtciIts curing Constipation hea dacle biliousness at vdQn Robertson t hilllr25c Thrw Up The Spongeai r Chairman Kyle informed the Herald Tuesday that be was bisheadwas so tired from the fight that how he felt like the stnffin II had been everlasting Iv knocked out of him TIes y that the Old Guard who put up1 their good time who foughi and worJted themselves nearly to dektvttf make the pool a go J have been lambasted to a fraz andvwill never btabletp come back that from now henceforth and forever so far sI he Is concerne 1 he will be a dumper of Hhe tiraji magnitude that the trust had a fine schemeI sending out thousands of agents rough the Builey districtto buy Ihe IfllQcrop paying laand 121k cents for tobacco tbey had er seen and thus making tbe eff teortlofficultgrowers are all right on the 191Lq crop and all of it will bring 10 or J2 cents or trust will be bared nto court on the worst caseI discrimination ever known in the luO9vaysitisa complete knockout a e fromS to 7 cents a pound for itkIn our opinion the collapse of thp pocl is the worst blow that has en handed out1 to the far neris ip years and it wont ble more than two TiIlrealizQl ig s for another pool but the Old Guard is too tired with his fight to ever come to their resdue and putup another one Harrods burg Herald tGobd xstilis a1waysThllowthc use Iof FoJey Kidneyi Pills They contain i st the ligredients tonecessary baedIctonettt s 4 troppedDeadw t Corbin Ky Oct 2QrImmed MarIwere united hTtnarriage Mrs Susan Martin mother of the bride dropped dead while telling ber daughter goodbv- Thejounttisonplef weie pre ptrBff to start pn a wedding tour through the East rtr LnsOIItOUtA1MC 1LlndCNsTIpTIs iiJ tt Ictf D heID1illILIl Former Senator and Cover nor 4of New York Has Passed Away Albany N Y Oct 20Da- t yidBl HillExUnitedA Senator and former Governor of New York died suddenly today at Wolferts Rpost his country fhoaaJe 3it bouttwo weeks ago Mr Hill Iwas seized with a bilious attack ile at his law officQin this citv and although his condition Was not considered setious at the tidje his physician advised him Itf covered A cold developed andI a few days later alarmingi re mrisof his condiiiin were cir cu lated These reports howover were denied by rieids In factt the patient appeared to be imi proving until fast night when he suffered sinking spell which resulted ill his death David Bennett Hill had been outt of active political life for some years haying been in bad Hewassixtyseve was born In Havana New York in 1843 He was admitted to the- barjinNew York State in 1864I d t an frbm iSBS to 1880 was a delI agate td the State Democratic co ventions being chairman off tn contentious in 1877 and 1881L He was a delegate to the Nat onal Democratic conventions bfr 190rsecQndipgthe inlOpO 1Helwas a member of the Nsw rkpeneral Assembly in 1871 and 1872 was LieutenentGover nor ofVew York from 1882 to 1835t and was Governor of few iTokrom 1SB5 to1891 In 1891 he webt to the United Siate S Se te where he seryed one jterm daring which he wasope jot the enemies of Grover Cleveland He vas one of the prominent candidates for the Presidential l nomination in 1892 and was de fe ted for Governor of New York in 1894 Ia 1904hMr Hill was credited with being the politicall spJns r of Alton B Parker who wiisb riithe Democratic national conveo JtionatI St Louis Following that election Mr Bill announced his permanent retirement from politics and since tnat time tie had dev l61 himself solely to theI practice of his profesiopt Capf Bflgardus again hits the Bulls leJ trhisw Sldsho 100I pigeons in 100 consecutive shots is living at Lincoln Ill Recently iInI rvIcd he sagsI suffered a g tm6witb kidney and bladder trouble and used several well known Sidney medicines all of which ga vetme no relief until IjitarSed taking Foiey Kidney Pills Before I usecj Foley Kidney Pills I had severe backaches and pains in my kidneys t with suppression and a cloudy oidf g On arisirifir en the niotniriff IIould get dull headaches NOtehave taken three bottles of oJeyI idney Pills and feel 100 better I amnever bothered pejcimy li Mkeertson J t Get the fenuine Foleys lioney a ndo ar In the yellow EcJcage It Isr fe and effective Ccihtins odiates Refuse su titutes Haydon Robertson f l fItIi ed Accident Tuesday about noon Mrs J Bot s a visitor herefrpm Owen ton met wti a very painful ac She was stepping from f the doorjjf the post pffice when rheknee She was taken to the t ffice pf Dr M L Forsvt he here the needed medical atten lion was given and after thatf o was removed to the home of G 1juryrn in a runaway accident before Mts t B tts was married Harrods burg Herald byFireSFire alarm was sounded4from tfa loersett last Thursday afternoon about 530 arid a large crowd of boys immediately started to the scene On the way they learned tt i house was on fire the machine being iJth buildillg the tii hometion the fire was in such head wayit could not be extinguished and the building and automobile were soon hashes Mr Bassett had just arrived from Campbell ville inj the machine ndAf hid not been in the house more than thirty minutes until the fire wa discovered It is believed that gasoline spiungjtkI which dairQpuntyNews Li thfeIs To Un ertain I Lexington Ky OCI 20ISine the assassination of Dis fcillerMatt Crawford at Jackson oarly Wednesday morning ciiji zens there ar besoming uneasy for their safety ands e art planning to leave Sam Jett a Winchester capi talist immediately upon bearirg of the assassination wired hit agent at Jackson to dispose 6f alll of his holdings in breathitt co ny Mr Jett owns a dis ti llery general merchandiseS storeind goat rancn dale Breathjtt county aid isin tt rese in other enterprises there fie ays he does not propose Jto Id business a dhiyelus emi ployesJiver here Hfe is so uij ce sirLainB1arKi1ed S B Ho cser who formerlyruconducted a saloo in Harrods rrgbeintp yositeP t at liawrenceburg watwakened at his home about j LIIl30told that a negro wps robbinggbpneof hjis cash registers in his placjBOf business Hurrying tohe scene and entering the franBdoor of the restaurant he found tee Meaux tampering with the register in thai department eaing that he was about to biShemmedin behind the counter the negro attempted to fight hisI way out with a big club he car 1iEdr tQrc r ifle blow on the shoulder when pjpfedsnapped twice but he pulled thEtrigger again and shot bis as sailant thr e times killing hioi instantly Fowser then wenfout and gave hii self up to Sheriff Johnson ape night police aanm Leathers was calldd in Uton examination it as found that the negro had elf cted an en brancethtoigh 8fregister at bdtfo thewtiite andI colored bars securing six do lars jnjchange He then loaded his pockets with cigarettes and passed on to Miti register in the restaurant hure he was ob served by Minor Hanley whoL lywashome flinloy notified Uows- I r and then came back wi h Meaux1 wbo was about 19 yearb of age has led a checkered ca flimesonce for robbing a scfe at awI renceburg after running fight Harrodsburg Herald v One Doctor Q My ureiNo sense ia running from one floctor to another Select ntithisately select the best cough imedicine then take it Stick 9 to ttAsk your doctor about Ayers Cherry Pectoral feri t yearsNot i y cfd1fJoldbMc 6 a oi5SK aaffl1fii iioo mW wOO iinn f1 A BRIEF SKETCH I V Life and Labor of Js3e Smith 1 th1tRev lnannftftft l 1 ij c 11f That the career df the Rev Jesse Smiih Robinson was a somewhat eventful one thet fol wing brief sketch of his life jyllllserve to show The article w bc6f Rev Robinson himself several ars prior to hisdeath and we ed reproduce it as it wawritten at the time Since it was written wever time has wrought sorn changes which If the article walSh being written today would c lit to be different in some ofaQseItlItl jparts Williams F rnsn sJncedied1andthe has passed to the Great Beyond E X 1The soW ct of this sketch Jesse Smith Robinson was born KentuCkJt1ief28tb sItSf e son of James ROQinS that county and his mother ntofJ a daughter of Henry andv ELiz afor b lrSfnth ot the same countySE His grandfather Henry Smithj was a Revolutiooary sbldier The mother otrihe Jct of O ur sketch died when lhe was ibputi two years old and at hsr d Ceathra5Ddmothec S thvI re 1ISa1e continued to reside until hev tsIJL jible fo care for Ifimself G in October 18A5thnk more than 8e erJteeni tittirsSum r jld in attnded a meeting tile pi StoneNcliurch at thei ltit of Dicks River conducted j of oy Eider BurdeKemper pijisfijr 6f that church fnd under tiiejiasJ mioislratipn Qfthis most ex trv gellen mat he was converted and baptized arid became a metn Joerofihat church Soon af 31beert t4 vw hs conversion he began to as oftestintj iexhort in the regular meeting which he attend d in In 1822 t be remoVEd from Gi rhas Keunitinf dIsculeer of tljis chulchahuton pereard numixrmadhereremoved 10 theleas ern of parsyeaWashingtoucounty in a eeieonehurchc rnZiof whici church Elder Dy domrunernev wasimarried to Miss Elizabeth pug ing gins daughter of Danilll andI wfallyhousekeeping on Three Lick3 Creek in Washington county i In 856 he and his wife became sOIl charter members of Mt Zion Mrs C UobhUrCILB YouailModerator of this chu rch and 1ff lder Hamilton Grilton pastor In September 1857 Ihis belov edEWife with whom he had lived ffor three years and nine monthst Avas called to her home on high yeahdonlyIf faroabytaken from him leaving him wi th1car a 1tionnr l 13haoy1tilLl witemberand worsChool1weki ingOiiI he united in Ql with GoMrstitJIe md- aughtercfacobd M Durr hreswas the mother of two chidre- boys ngoodtire younger of whom was qudeBurns stilt living and a member of the Baptist church After his Coecondneighborhood of Mt Olivet churcb n iw Tatham SpringsI and he and bis wife became mem an bers of this church be was cho seri its Moderator Bethel a church called for his ordination and on the 9th of July 1864 Mt the Olivet church called a council of Ordfnation consisting of Elders why IH B Prather J M Chesser for ilandE G Shtrley and on that IJftfoulh Hqwanov ca1lcito the Jpas 6 t Atorateof Bethel chVrcli and also Ja n Mt Zt6u church 1lttiie iwas for a number of years l1sf rofst n Mt opFreedOmpreached a great deal dor Mt Olivet church oftt paisfind his wife having hen mem of t4e Mt Ulivet hnrcb r s sigfromtars thinchurch in Freedom scboblbo se near harpsvii1e At this time eMtZiOQ church was aslo meet iin a scbpplhcnse Bv mu agreement Freedoiiand Mt ltU9t United giving the new church the name of Mt Freedom and sppa after erectedra nif ort able frame building two miles Sj of SharpsviUe which goes by that name ElderB FAdkms wajsattbut tIme pastor of this church and ElderJRobinsonr was elected Mod 0I a position he still holds beenJafiftyffve years In his Jon g ie in t1ie cause df his Dipiue Master he has been engaged inI protracted mestings with the R4f1istichurch i Kemper JL linithiD Branerri Prtton HH Pother RJl s J T Bagger BF AdUins Adkms r M Chesser IE Shirley Wm Hilton Robeu dOtciWm Stallinls E W met5 and H P Hatch t Some of th se are still in vigori ous tnanhooJsome by thecourW nature are standing pn thu very brink of eteruity wliile a six of them haVo gone to the oiysteries of the unseen world Esdcr Robinson haslatayc a strong oejiever in Sunday school and f rtbTSTtreaspnhebas n been Snpenntendtint of such s hools Agreat believer the efficrjcy of prayers I Iralways been one of the ersinprayer meting He t no record of his funeral enoursessons baptized or the number ftisons maprfed by hhfy but ttie ber was verytlvr He lias e hs hqme irii fae north part WUshington county fo forty rs For fortry ears he has continuously Moderator cC of the three churches Mt n Mt Olivet and Mt Free and in all this time he hi Ei1 itwunlesEhas Jived with his second e fortytwo yes and bey oftheirJowntiMM EHzabe lli F aQIMargaret Divine JamesJI lnsuet and Mrs Arten s ia ng deceased all of them be I iJjmembars of the Btpti 5 church j t5lderSharpsvjjtlej Hi son femes lIICitJ t fthoughIf rs old hesill worlds pn the m as lie hsalwysaohe thus trying oulIl4e Divibeinjur IC t la the sweat of thy brow 1t thou ear thy breadmThus we see tKis orphan bo h but few aantages in the rning of his life for educationi eutture but early manifestt tamanly piety with a strong d determination to do tfce rightedgaye hin tto see the right in the evening of his life he his excellent wife have the pectaud contidence of all the inted vith whom they are i tci WC S COLVIN ntempt Rule Discharged v l CrThe twentyeight contest- cal es dtIeir attorneys in the 10l option contest case against rqle was issuedLastweek- inCircuit Judge I IL Thurman Marion Circuit Court citing thEm to appear and show ca bse Jthey shoQlPUn1SF 1i contempt lvFtr of court Wa dirt missed lla week In that e Judgtfdelivered written inion The matieriCOmplaiped was some IanguQfl the option coajst iirtmch wv is Sted4 i ht J ji t uBSRIPlJOfJtv c tc tr j 1111 crlR f tr xtl wj whoiit Knd jeat Iyeerhaving ilfthe catwer r j t JAugustthe facts in regard to the order of al1inKsBidelectionto the Judga of the Marion Circuit 0RearJucIerty lyjd procured from then an- inionas to the validity of said der and that by reason of this fact and other conduct on the rt of fconiestLntsl they were estopped tdVprpsecnte the con test All fifed responses of satisfied the Judge that they ned the paper Believing that ey were signing as costeste s an d all disclaimed any disrospeQt tp toe Court and that the matter was plead for nqpurpoae df dis respecting the Court A Gencrouj anrf CfeaTilabrc wls fit benerreceIedl xe y Remedj fiajs If Regan Far bladderfga vejbifm sVteuch pain misery and annQjanCe he outdntitworknot neyJtemii flaydontbbt5oflr j Falls Frogij Roof jOn Wednedi i Jlr Jut tu wjl tams whu1efngageflIn pJu1J the roof of a portion of tth Lancaster BiatilJery near tows iiDf eiidfavorJnif to reach ttie slippipggrou r d fdisi ance of twenty feet Be fcas at ouci brought to the office of Dr Ar hUxin Bards to riwho upon examination ffo und the patient beyond suS tajning very serious brpises had marvellously escaped further rS jiry Mr Williams is of course confiqed to bed tufc at tliis tim is comparatively comfortable and it is hoped may sooq recoyfr fromalf iill pffr cts of his experi eneei tiardstown Standard I k13 t rThis Is quoted from a letter of MO Sftocfcwel Hannibal Mo ll recent ly used Foley VHoney and Tarter the st time Isay Iam pleased oes not half express my feelings It beats all the remfdies fever used I contracted a bad cold and was threat ed with pbeumoeia The first doses pave great relief and one bop e completely cured me Contains be opiates Haydon Krttoerfspn Crippen Guilt and Sentenced To Death wefBarveypractitioner and medical ag mt astoda found guilty pfttfe murder of his wife he Americap actress BeUefElmore and set tenced to deathl irewilLn hanged November 15 I FThejurywai miutes When itrnrneiancn- notincedthalithaa found7 tfycf defendant guiy Lor l Chief ustice A i yerstone asked thwpnysicin if he brad anything to if Cnppen Replied ijia IQWI lfOicl1I I tPl rqteitthy incci- ncp tJ r1The chief j stice tbndOnpfJd the blaclc cap that has restedt thetria1tfleath Addre sicg tthe condemned Lord Alversone said fVoja have been convicted on evidence which cin leave no doutt in the mind of any reasonAbl1man that you cruelly t er d your wire nod tfieumutilatiiti d her odi11 ndvIs you to entertaii na hope that yqu wil escape the consequences of your eriine inrplore you to make jour peace with Almightey God As the Lord Chief Justice coif eluded policeman stepped for vard and in the hush thatthaCfallen over the cburtropm led I O trippenr Raihin theTo riffbyI J t1health there is no success fcutfjjec trie iCtecsis the greatest healtk flsthCworld has Bver K1w1al stoawickiedp 7liycr kidnays bowels puritea x4Ic Jrj J y9n torstandthe wear atti eaabiII 1I rrtijwrites WM SH tt rltieei bOtU- ergma si4 st W ilat y Oc a1jsJWt L iL C Nproperties 4L 1LL by pQtOflfOOd t 1fThefc1I therer4 i 1tastyancIIdJ MUIOIIotiMy W I ii iirA wedding of IasriMti Wayi- endsft was that oft fr5 QiiCaio t Iabd Eoianual Gr fiAerernony Jl I1Qi qiu rRta Pof qVij e a auinber Pl Tb I briae htar 6f Mr TlP BlJj ooe tot eil known ntisst ttit iIpend of thecouys ta rr largel number or Ira f homsheirryopiImri tgroom is prxxni yo jitfarmeri i I rtSs na111 dfitibttaa and w GribbiM whsrisidsasBrdfbrd Y 11 J rtLdtn this ciky Iftdl y i tS ceremopj WM Mrfor 4 ji AC praTM O ti j J 1parsonage i 1 M 1JM rie IOysus Titi aJn ni rHt ttl ijardayv Te rsbiuwell kndwti aid J1y fu T frieuds in UJ rT JIlrcountj whrf U hMJMatlIetYcUd fIjublCfl Adaers mait M- het urtay1osas dW 1It- lldy Lobec 15b tJ G raC The brid a 1 II- yenearH Brsdfordsd hey are ITolt qw well oaraectid TWbrM yt iffi Wr ot Mr Wd Mr Xori =ert ar Bsrdiii popiiUr YQJIp lrQOaIJtDf 9A biAdas7aidaJ a tr Tb aiMW14Isnd 8 WLf f D bi b rIA Mi IfISfADtA WINGNELb XY rr J r i JllfIAfEPItII i etr I4h I sad PabIse 1 t 1TRIPRSDAZ OCT M1Q t Mot QM D MMKat ja t r L Ofcio C 1IRIJnK Dr Caddie ir l InteJonowlacWaidrHHCl I r SS4ir is BoeI Got it afsaK ury i if Hertford Ky Oci 22 1910 1Bc Boftr Goes Loewrill ty i i X7Dssr8ir My attention has airn ealfed te u article in the lrl1iIl RSrldQi Qcober 18 tt ItwMoi Iiti Mid that W B t- oj j JIIIJaprOlli Democrat r ta psds ptedftd his support t iO Dr o4d1 tz Republican r aoiifoM for Ooor M I dsire to Xta thai Mr W B Bender 4 STiiiown bftfji k t ancompro ishig BipiblioaB If he has 1 r WUd toMpport a singleReI j 1Mt moan Hoopoe in thelast ten 1t ysIeflI srhardof t IInr totJM hat not affiliated with 4 itil JDtMODratie partyicce 1896 The rew nee to him as a Demo era is treated here by Republi t f I cawi and oocrau as a joke JJ1 Of W ftmtiaoMBd Democrats J J i OttpMiMity I have been UDIr tfe tolada singly one who will ij vikr DrGddi bat I have jJ gl aai berof Republicans wKjBjriil rate for Mr Johnson on 8 3 YOiirfri8Ii1di i Glf LIKENS z ChnfiDttti Campaign Committeet K bckteifce Jtf l Mrs Rebecca FBiley widow f pfjkejiife Johi S Riley died ati faftA tEiile1nothof=WWk rtirt CM tiM 20 lnatShe1 i wcpJd been 74 years ohion 2ikot Febuary 1911 The fuIt Brkll aerpeea wre conducted 1 bjritbeRer Andrew Pirn on theJ 21 iwt and she was laid to rest 4Is WiUisb rs beautiful little city of fee dead by the side JrlaM husband who died Ofjl the Hrd of November 1908 Mr and Mrs Frank Hardin a ililltfi sobs Hoillis and Spur 4kgo dC Ca ey county are visit iqrsLNlre Mr HayiDOfid Jenkins and sisWrs A4a and Tokia of Fair o HWWit yisiied iriends here Sat urAaf jufht andt Sunday LM s4 Mi Fr 48hields or IfeiMNi TMihed har4mranti Sat mrdy ad y iuly Mrs P ank Richardson or JoV1lisAnderson county i wMtfce ffiMVof her brother W R Seott SaUrday and Sunday Hc aMrsWolfred Keeling vS4daiidauhter Mrs john- BIt1e i Smmday rirudYra Joe Tatbam ofi Clinton IlL are the guests of his wpther KathanneTatham t Mr MarkJn Hardin tented hi r Womens Dresses r t 1250 I1L tTAPFETABIt1DRESSES for women and miafes t in r brown braes greens and tI blacks trimmed yokes long VM Belftrimmed skirts Priced at 1250 Black jmdl Colored L r Dress Goods d LLWOOL TORM SERGES inFit drenfdrewea Specially 5Ocpriced per yard at Jl HEAVY BROADCLOTH we of fer this week 25 pieces of Heavy Twilledblack Broadcloth 54 inches J f wide in black and a complete color range see show window These are i r ukr 125 yatue aye QQ Sdailypriced per yard at OC CANVAS CLOTH rIALIrWoqL popular weave in six 54 inches wide 2t o S sptendid for fall coats suits Spe r s cially priced 125I peryard i1 V ALIrWOOL SERGES 44 incite r wMe7MT choice of 20 differenttx t ri tiyeitiTely the beat serge oh 1 4 tJhjMrkttiw thM for your street t rj iik Spckllypri- cedpaiat SSe L1IInONBROAnPLOTHblack t 54eimwidesje 75t Jt eilIypedyardatL1- J f WtlMTLEYS TUSSAH ROYAL LItwaMW Weo M a leatitiful silky rI afiwilt Bet crurfi made oft = 1 11 IMM M k MaiMur and wool MTaadMack suitable for one f i edcl+ 150psryrdat SLACK BROADCLOTH chiffon Mirror 5iukiqlsietailoredauits J jriaia fijI t pi SwiqMuti CMM v r 00l OOTeff lpmNG e2md50perlr l f t l sad p farm to Mr Willie Coulter of Taiham and he has rented from Mr Time Woodsoo of tBIopra fitld Nelson cQunty Born to the wife of Mr ClaW Mace Hayes a boy Thoee thatattended the music 11tdmIfri Buas PerkIns has his new house almost completed VTe are glad to report Mr Sanford Yocum is bitter at this wilting dd Farris sold Jlverett Riley 26 acres of land on the north prong of Long Lick lorJ 100 Several from here attended the baptising at Sharpsvllle Monday 19 converts werea4ded to the Baptist church at Mt Freedom by Rev Andrew Ipinkston r Dame Rumor reports several weddings soon forced Td L eave Home iEvety year a large number of poor sufferers whose lungs aresore and rack with coughs re urged to go to another climate But this is costly and not all I ways sure Theres a better way Let Dr Kings New Discoverp cure you at homeCIt cured me of lung trouble writ s W R Nelson of Calomine Ark when all else failed and I gained 47 pounds in weight Its surely the King of all cough and lung cures Thousands owe their lives and health to itJ Inspositiv guaranteed for CJqughs Colds LaGrippe Asthma Group Jill Throat and Lung troubles 50c andJJ 100 Trial bottle free at Haydon Robertson iSIarijey l4 Miss Logan N ale will return tg jherhome in Covington todaytt Miss Harvey Van Arsdale and I Mr Hugh Brown Gregory have returned from Krodshurgt t The angel of death visited tbei home of Mr and Mrs Flojda ICheatham on Wednesday a dff TeeksItOld iMrf are visiting Mr Jim Gregory Mrs Donahue and son dilbert visited Mr and Mrs Ed Grace lSunday a Mrs Carlisle Clelland and children have Returned to tbeirJI home at Middlesboro NTlssSara Reed spent Monday night with her sister Mrs Dan Kelly Father McGonigle visited the family of J O Pdlin Tuesday Rev Hudson filled his regular appointment at Pleasent Grove Sunday MssSusie E5gingi6nente timejcj a number of young folks pn last Tuesday evening Hanlesty everaL rom here attended couuty court Mr Lafe Carney wife aId children of near Maud MJr Eddi Smothers and two children John siDie and Anna and MrRr t best Pur pay within 200 Greatest Flannels an- dBEDDING I FANCY WOOL PLthSan ex cellent assortBiedt oil French goods 27 inches wide splendid for fall and winter waistings hnd chi 75cSSCOTCH PLAIDS your choice a dozen new designs in 34inch double fold Panama plaids excellent color combinations forcjiildrens 29cclalFIGVRED IRISH 1UCKS in 15 inch width for guest towels 22 24 and 25inch for scalloping We show ndfiguredhnCItyIIRISH WAISTJNGLINENme diumweight36 finches f wide beetled finish the correct waisting quility1SpeClalper yard at PC 500Iweight wotth400 Special at perpair t- I2 98 FINE WOOL BLANKETS pairs of 114 blankets in white and fancy plaids worth 7 spe- ci per CSQR at JJ P3 5 SHEETS one jcase of 7c81 Bleached Armorside Welded Sheets 59eacbatcrp EDSPJtEAQSr7 one case 124 xtra MM arfrextya teavysHemJned Crocket SpySU worth 250r Sp4 8att Iiiiiiii Public Sale i i OF LFNDjTues- 4ayOyefflbcr 4 1 191O jt At2oclockpm i1 will offer for sale ati public outcry my farm of 240 acres known as theJPloore farm about one mile Northwest of Bloomfiel wth an outlet on the FaIrfield and Bloomfield turnpike road and about 12 mile from Bloomfield on Bloomfield and Simpsoqb Creek pike This farm is all good bluegrass land which means it will grow tttiru wheat rj e tobacco and m fact almost anything that grows iti this latitude to perfection More than half the farm is now in grass it has on it one 6 room dwelling 3 room tenant house good tobacco barn 48x60 feet and plenty of water We will first offer this farm in two separate tracts and then as a whole so as to live the man wboawantsa small farm a chance but their bIds will be rejected if there is an advance made wen offered as a whole Sale to be at the residencev Terms will be made known on day of sale I shall takapleasure in showing anyone wishiugtopurchase over the farm y Ellis G Greenc J Lee Bridwel Auctioneer R D 1 Bloo field Ky 11and11 Mr Walter Williamsard wife visited Mr S G Bard sty and and family recently IMr and Mrs R H Hardin visited thelatters aunt Mrs Eliza Carueyunday Mr and Mrs James Hardesty Master Jinnnie Cheser spent Sunday withr JIrs flardesty mother Mrs Martha J reIturnedRiceI Harmon and family of near hon Mercer county and other relatives at different places Mr S G HardestyI and wife nd MrHerbert Hardesby spent Sunday with Mrs Eliza Mitchell and son M rR J Crouch left Monday or his home in Blumound Ill after spending several weeks withhis daughter Mrs J R Gray and other relatives and int entucky Reaching the Top in any calling of life demands a vig orous body and keen brain Without health there is no success But Elec- Ictri Bitters is the greatest health Builders the world has ever known It compelsperfect action stomach liycr kidneys bowels purifies and enriches the blood tones and invigo rates the whole system and enables yon to stand the wear and tear of r j your daily work After months ofr suffering from kidney trouble II writes W M Sherraan of cushing Me three bottles of Electric BitI ers make me feel like a new m 60c at Haydon Robert on 3zaI v Fenwick Mrs Fannfe Rogers ws the pleasent guest of Mrs Prql e Janes Saturday ivliss LenafCissell of Springfield spent Sunday at home j Mr an4 Mrs Walter Adams T r MAIL QRDERS PROMPTS V CAREFULLY FILLED With the values In stock and on Mail Order chases of 5 or more we rewarding charges to pojhts miles A Louisvilles Department Store Linens fine of 300 pair Carney Womens and Children- sUNDERWEAR MUNSING UNION SUITS Egyptianfleec at ed5 100u MUSSING UNION SUITS weightEgyptianneck long sleeve extra sjzes 125 regular dj ffsizes Pi 1 vfU- VMUNSING UNION SUITS No weightEgyptianlong sleeves ankle length extra 0TeguarIMUNSING UNION SUITS No 7020 for women medium weight cotton bleached low neck sleeve less ankle length extra sizes L25 regular sizes 100 SUITSNocottonInecklong7 tl8 65c sizes SOCI to 6 MUNSINGU N SNdc 2077 for glrlsj eeced white dropseat Csues4 iSUIESNi0 fongslevetj 758alleJ spent Saturday with Mr Huff and family at Rose Hill IMiss Fay Montgomery has re turned home after a weeks stay with Miss Mary Rose Janes Mr Bill Thompson spent tYifi day night with Mr Stanley Bog ersa j Miss Mary Rose janes enter tamed a number of her friends Thursday night in honor of Miss Fay Montgomery that weat to Highj IThose Satnrdy wfere Misses nd Verna Roger Mary Rose Janes Fay Montgomery Roxie Cissell Katie and Ethel Huff Mrs Ella Montgomery Lena Adams Rose Fenwick Messrs Walter anSI Wallace Adams Stanley Rogers Bert Fenwick Porter Hill Irvin Thompson Harry Janes Oscar Lanham Joe Smith Jobn Kelly and Mr Cox Al report a delightful timo Miss Verna Rogers was the guest of Miss Mary Rose Janes Thursdaynight Mr John Kelly spent from Monday until Wednesday with Mr Steve JIfcogsdon and family at Simstown Mr Steve Beglev has returned home after an extended visit with his sister Mrs Mattie Horap atl Leoanon Mrs Annio Graves apd son Beckham of St Rose were the guests of Mrs Teresa Graves and family Wednesday night l andlI MikeBarkeaIlast r county court Monday Mrs Enhel Barktir and child ren were the guests of Mr and Mrs J D Backer Monday t t Mw aid MrsTom Bowles Willie Myes were the pleasent Womens Suits 1850 r MANNISH SUIT for wo men and misuses in cheviots and worsteds black blue and brown also novelty mixtures silk lined jackets Priced at 1850 IWomen i I WdmejisHosiery doubleheel STOCKlNGSHermsdorf f over at 35 a pair Specially priced th I 25c JWOMENS DOUBLEKNEE i Usethread I iuch double welt top andsixMnch double knee giving double wear heaVilysplicedi one of our imported leaders and well rnricedrper pair r O3C SILKSTOCKINGSblack eoualthemspecial price ofM TrOC- WOHENS FINEST SILK STOCKINGS pure thread China silk with either lilse or double silk tops toes heels and soles not sale guaranteedof these goods in ttiiisttand can let them to sell at r price only by buying them in l mous lots actual 150 values Spe iooperpairatW a I I = 4J = J 1P 1 44 f1 t EASTERS t t iI LOSEJSPRINGFIELIY J JJ- t vi rt 0 t1 qf7 Tandy Quisenberpy 5e Lo ProFjrS f i t t t 1 Daily Auction Sales i ie11iLigbtedSSales FlOor f tl Ho nk Is fear The Depof iirTv 7 + to f4 f V v F v t ffer 5nSome of your business is respectfully solicited and your mfcSpt t Wi11 f be takncareofso asto realize best prices for your tobacco T f Tandy Qiiisenberpy Manaier r Ir t rLkJ guests fMr and Mrs W T Barker and family SundayI Mrs Fannie Thompson spent Monday with Mrs Prudie Janes Mrs Bertha Walston spent Saturday night with Mr and Mrs Jim Barker I Commissioners dale Washingtou Circuit Court Ky Wm Sympson etai Plff vs Equity Robert Sympson et al Dft Byvirtu of a Judgment and order of sale of the ashmgton Circuit Court rendered at the February term 1910 in the above styled cause i shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Bard town Ky on MONDAY NOVEMER 15 1910 at oclock pm or thereabout to the highest bidder at public auction upon accredit of six and welye months thefollowing described property towit A certain parcel or tract of Knob land lying and being in Nelson county Ky and bounded as follows by the lands of Mrs Ellen Bealmer David Irvihes heirs and Summers and Bealmer and being the same land conveyed to decedent J A Sympson by A N Whittinghill containing 175 acres more or less For the purchase price the pur chasers with approved security or sureties must execut bond beairing legal l terett from date of sale until paid and having the force add effect of Judgment Bidders will be pre t Ipared to comply promptly with these terms C Y BOSLEY MCW C C McEroy Wharton Real Estate Agents We have in our hands for sale the following described property all of which we will be glad to show anyone that wishes to buy property 100 Farm containing 115 4 acres Well located good six room dwelling 4000droom dwelling house 2 barns price 32 Per acre 102 Farm of 177 acres 3 miles from Mackviller 103 Farm of 135 acres seven and one miles from Springfield good tenant house and two barns mostly in grass rice 70 per acre v 106 Farm 45 ares good house and barn good land and well fenced Price 4500 107 Farm 170 acres located 5 miles from Springfield Ky small house stock and tobacco Tarn well fenced i and watered Psice 60 per acre 108 Farm 170 acres one mile from Mackville well improved yi every way lays well and in a high state of cultiva tion Price 12000 109 Firm of 84 acres 6 miles from Springfield small house and good barn t40 PJscre 170 acres 2fr miles from 6 rqom thvelling small stock and tobaccb pam and newly fenced Price 45lpcr aCre 111 Farm 140 ares 3 12 miles from Springfield nice dwelling and barn all lays well newly fenced and mostly in prass Price 5750 per acre 112 6 room frame cottage 2 acres of land nice little barn and other outbuildings located 12 mile from Spring field Price 2200 213 Farm of 206 4acres 7 12 miles rom Springfield 16 per acre fruit and Shade TREES Everything for Orchard Xiawn and Garden i Write for Catalogu- eNoagents p H F HIHENMEYER Lexington Ky CASTOR lA Jehf ui Obil4ru Tki KM YN Hin AhMfS BNtKik rthe Signatur of I Moor s A1 htHproes the Work of a Furnace lo Alll nickeled ports are of the very highest finish through a process known only to the House of Moore None of the polished parts comes in pol1s1I1cantf t I r BIck Bart Road Agent Charles E Hollos Uuowu to fame as Black Bart was Incomparably lue most conspicuous diameter In the his tory of wesicru stage robbers Front 1875 to 18X1 Black Bart Js known to have cotninittcd ttxventyseveu stage robberies single handed Northern Cal Iforujja stage dr1irs stood iu constant enif this unique desperadq On va rlou occasions tthe drivers were able to give u good description of his figure hair feet and hands yet no cleW tohis actual Identity waspilned during the eight years of his iie robbing ca reer He was finally betrayed by a laundry mark on a vuff which had dfopped froll1 his wrist when opening a treasure box vyhlyh he had taken from a Vells lV lriCI siajre In San Jon quin valloy Yhon he wasBnully cap tunnl In Sun Francisco tin detifUres were nmnxod to Hndj tin famous BluikMlart u slight yiilet mannered mUm of HriyUvtvfai riHnr Injace 10 all tthe San Kranclsro det tlvos ito had for years frequented a little rt stall rant near police headquarters wb many of tIl detectives dblltlWOJenkins la National Magazlne Got It at Last It is told Ofn distinguished profes sor or hIstory that In ulIl1ddrltlS before a wqmans club on Obscure Heroes of the French Rornliitlon be had reached the point where one of them nobly resolved tto vttiy the rescue of a friend doomwl to the guillotine sought a parting Interview with his sweetheart before makiugythS almost hopeless attempt The professor bad a moving voice and wns eloquent The assembjj of women many of them hI ready near tears limix breathless upon his wotds o Biddy dlddy Kafd he pathetlcailK then coughed slightly and went back Ulildy biddy Something was evi dently amiss He tiled ugalb Biddy biddy dlddy doo By this time the ladles looked puz zled antI the orator desperate Draw- Ing a long breath and speaking with painful deliberation he nt length con quered the elusive syllables and said Did be hid adieu1 Youtbs Com panion i Unconscious Hurrior Mark Twain as example of tfnv conscious liuimir urftcl tojjnptet a Hart ford woman1 who saltlj one clay In tbe late SIJrlngI My busbanilis the dearestfellov1 Jim said Id jlw t Ills morning are you very hard mi just now I certainly aiu juird up be replied soberly This hlsb cost of living Is terrible I dont know what Im going to do Then Jim uIdIfTH give up aU thought of going to the country for July and August this year But the dear fellows facechansed and be said Indeed then you yO1 t darling thought you yanted to iyiy a bat with un 8iretqr ime suhfoqi14b less No no my darliugf Jim can always find the lI ntytu let his dear little wltego to the country Wash ington Star aasdrferetIts far m 71l ol ra One Moores Air Tight Heater will heat your in tin n MI Jj stairs and jownand keep very floor as warm at thcN jijiiiSiiifc i furnace It heats the air in the farthest room to tkt seas tSature as the air in the same room as the ltQye t 4 Saves Over Half Your Coal Mfr Moore a Air Tight Heater burns hard coal or the HiftyxtltiM fIf titdk Jt and can brun at less than half the rrrheEggShapedin the coal thins overcoming the smoke and soot auieimee M w M BMM the fuell last longer There are no clinkers and ctedterc T J The Dust Flue takes all the dust and small ashes up the chimney thus preventing them from collecting on the floor and furniture The Ashpan Apron keeps all ashes from falling on the floor when remov ing pan keeps the stove like new for a whoiet year The Air Tight Draft Central en ables you to bold a fire from 94 to 44 hours Fire never goes out over night and Is always under perfect control FOR I A11 parts are Mffa iatogether air tfcht KM W Jtoe wicklag Ii WIN JItt its 7 expand ua ci tHiit irttfc M that the tow fc ywfeottr afer c and UMM coatfilrtt natoil t time 1 The Handsomest and Handiest Heater Eyer MLStep i and Wt secret of vr Op 4i to yes that t thsreplace tws ae M eQ ltitW wilt sa T i jt HFORSALEBY dcj1 iSMSJLTZ 8 CLEAVER t i I Iii a 1FOR PNT ORIAI- S LE i ji- tt i I l tfi4FirstGlas 1- 9I I BOWLING I Pc ALLEY f tt I in lirslelass concii I ion Apply at cince- II I tJI Lea p1Parr CanipiieUsftt tIP tI rt f Y I c 0 g +Se GGOOGGOG 00 8 tJne Fltrill For Sa1 f 8t t I ik IlA 88On ofthe finest farm M rw cyjhdl1 c ated on the Beech Fork ny3 niilii tl kc town Fine tobacco and stock ftonm n 1r 2 516 acr s diFwikh 100icw i nr r V acres fine up land SS CHIi whoat 171 2 timber six room dwelling t 3 teM I kz twe- y barns tool shd fraiMry coracrils Ice 4ttt 9 all ncery oitb ildijifs Fh watar M k- mv sand t1J1J in every fleW For fortkor psrt1racJaI Q iMcELRQ1y 4 RIlEa As NIIJrt8c VJoo J OiiJtewQ3py FUTC- lirCANTOR IA irooti WBRfIN8- c tf ObUdrenOryLf fH nnclEra GAS TOR I A y ip r w T 7 I r w w 7 r t f7Ift I I It r Jh I oll GJ BU1TON- DENTDENTIT t l11Ii EXTRACTED rHOU PIN g1 j fwti i PNGrIIjD IT- Lu Dl WorkStrict1y =P11tcIss r pR1JGjfltJD4i y wuthI100I 010 bora8bo g1I t itoniJ Bi a Dr1p re 1 jis lamptonM Dt t cekSperaI4se OINt H I1Iwcc Ne 38 iL WF GRIGSBY nPtltNEYAT LAW I Ol Jhak ppiMt W HYATT L OJIiwRei GroM Urn tl t ooe fioiinit Hyatt 1080 a 4bo 11 av 4 to 5 pm JOHN Y MAYES t EI1hlDI8ECIOR lIDlICEISED EMBALMER T KLCPHONK tl NIQKT 74 MOFIELD II r 1i1r1ltcHdule iL4i1kstiie time schedule t xao iIa eect bit the BardttowL Mi Spdf ielci branch railroad Mo 4teLeevrM Louisville ai 410 p lav Brds JunctIoLh l2f pta BariUrtown 6C6pm t itnvee irt Springfield 655 pm Ko 42LiTC Springfield HI 00f m Brditown 645 am i e Bat ittowm Junction 780 a m 9ariysst Lonteville 820 a in t Ko 41 Leaves Louitville a 3 730 a Bardsfcown Junctioi 855 ail Bardatown 1005 a inIArrives at gtringtield ll40p in No j4tav 6 Springfield I dWfiiV ardatown 220 pm B rdt ow jMnction 410 pm arrljws at LoniBViile 645 p in UiEBjwmgieja1 715 am Bardatowu j 100 ynjr Bardttown Junctioni t 145 a arriyw at LouisvilU t 5arn 4 No 91 j Bahdaja only Leave Lovkvilkfiit 600 pm Bards tora Jnation tJ45 p m Bards tofta 7op m arrives at Sprinflejiat825pm DEATH iOARDS CttrieHa Cuftym That Prevails In East- f rn Bavaria la the ieaRteru half irf Bavaria wyi a pferiatl e Wide World Magazine i4 tH borders ot Uobvmlu lies the so ctfiii BavarWa forestt This part of ttfiTfcwmtrjrt altfea8gks1t boasts JMUtI rJ to ieldoiB visited by tour iA probably for the reason that the totnM t the regkte are llftfe known M M te Gerfwmy This pat of Bara e Iji many wuysautouch0d mIe and owing to its seclu a4 tMterworld some very tiwBff cwKoMi are still IpvoJue ImcOr r iKlBgOile of the taiddlf si I OM et tlMMr straage cHstorog strict JK bBarred by tie population latbe wily V wWcfe tlKyskcep alie the ananry lot their dead by this erection what are calltnl ttjileubreUert or M4 ath board Huwi ur woixhU jIaHks cut lu thv tmnbdtupeH I aiui rgk jialtiKHl SotueJUiifH theyt k4aratoe the Image ot a saint They a4 reeted often In a row oft thirty aai awce oe the roadside In fleJd Juki JMiajiewa aear chapels anti cruel ttMtage streets In Nilorl 0IHrM T r 4ot mark burialllllaces as piight h TMppospd hnoon as a per 1I1 IHM led the corpse Is put a bud there It lies in state U1UUt ta TWt te the cofia shortly before the t fo ftiMral t These boards then are the M calleA Meath boardsvaad after he firteral tHy are cut Into a callable iMfc 4U4 iterated with aa ertpfii platel the jiawe of the de J t 4ei viiig VK JUK la most cases l ufllflttry 9ltt e Khort uiii which are ol Js rsc jncMUt In sober earuest are oc eMAp ally veisy nnniHlnx The boards I are tbe stuck wii where near the ed tit IB the Hekla where they some titues McCMiuulntH to ui alarming nuni herv btbt piMiriT dlstrlcw the b rifdii noRnt always tilt Into shape iltel jmlHiHlj but are lImply deixwlted t Jii alttwr wrr at the foul of some Sn43x fkiVwe they remajti untouched 4 tiwT ukicr sway rl4 avyaDraM iJ Htat ceuveyed Jby dreama are oc taiAMMiUy 1fertIiIteHJ ff say Jj te isp CltrHkJe Tli late Ix aeffawh a fc Park dreamed ii fct MM in a h arse e tifif war to th MMUrt A few fays later a he war alMl14 ferttr the s4drat r ef a cer a ikhk W wU s rtUd to M tbaj sLwag it ikMiMe ol tb hearsif ta his dream I I IPILtile eks1 M vactainL Te car asiA 4 aHliist IaJfi as it NIJV MBBithliijt It the m ehaaisin a JWPT aa4 tile ulssnijirp met ai st Ha4 thtt also pf woafari U forrwarMd j a Artaja rl Jl TOWN oo ad uutrtnJ mnw oo Local Happenings ot Interest id The FrCshestand Latest 1i t AlIAlMut Yaurstlf Frltnds If aNd Acquaintance nJUIIII1Jirtd Plymouth Rock Boos jberis 1 jffjffe MM 75c J T as eiMonjid City Paints may cost a triflejiiaore b1St tt Leo Haydon J r Itleprorniseio be largely attended Ij Pu a e brtcl brown le Irpoetera it1lyThompson for sale I hornIII Marriage license was issued this week to Thoo Mattinglyand Nellie Ann Ear land Fred Sutherland and Mattie Brown t I want a goOdtobacco tennant for the year of 1911 iitWaUs rNo 2 srg6etd Ky box 99 Mr and Mrs M Fitzgerald art rejoicing over thearrival tdaughtcrFOUNDOntbe streets ofc Springfield a bunch of Keystt totgetljert i The Ladies of the Presbyt rian church will serve an Oyster Supper November 5th from 4 to 10pm at Court House Every body invited Ttie ladies of the Pleasant Grove church will have a sale qt cakes thickens and salads on Wednesday Nov 23rd at Hagan Bro s Patronage solicitd g Tie sale otMessrs Haan 4 onelha1fNoyember 28iltbe one of the fllarj w implements aod household dfthisMr C B Harmon of Marion i bunty sold to Smith Whap the best load of 2year old cattle n Marion county weight Ijsb pounds at 5lcentsper poundt These cattle were delivered to efUdgeThe dinnej given for the bene t of St Rose church on last MondaV was a great success both as td the dinner served and te amount realized The neat sum of 250 wasreahzQlt J Teachers Association and Ed 6 i Nationall Bailey will be held atfMackvillefNov 5 1910 all day Dinner oil the ground Eve v body invited Many good speak era will be presentfx D V Florence t A meeting of the reditbrs ft Joseph E Harmon Bankrupt ra held at the ofSe of Josepb Pqlin on last Saturday to le jt a crnstee the one elected atjthej form j rmetiIighaingfailed to lll1ityLrW P Grigsby l was elected and qualified ii IMiss Willie En ott entertained Puesday evening at six handed tEuchreDr and Mrs M W Hyatt Mr and Mrs W T Leachman Mr ind Mrs Bi L Boldrickj Mr 11and Mrs T J Miller and Joe Clements The ladies prize was won by Mrs T J MUter and Miss Willie Koott and the Gents prize by Mr R L Bold icr tMiss Gertrude Shader has tak n charge cf the grocery gtoteofMrT A Shader and aanounces that she will be found ind willing to wait upon all cus tomers Mips Gertrude has had previous experience in the busi and her obliging and courteous manner combined wit4elbusi new ability will hold tlt large patronage which that sore has always enjoyed Perons in need of anything in the grocery line will do well to call 1063 There have been two changes Itn the local butcher shops since our last issue Mr LT Brown having sold bis business to Mr CA Thompson and Mr Geo klullican having so1this butcher hop and grocery to Mr Jas vloran Jr Both the retiring Den are good business men and Have been successful here Mr aiCo A Thompson or as he iis known to his friends Bert j rhompadn d agoodfellw w horn everybody likes and wbd will be nd courteous and obliging to 1IIf9 custOmers Mr Moran isV well known to people of Springfield and is ai energetic and upright yo nij nan who is deeer ipg of tHe access we predict for hrm J TOPICS I i j iiJ M ifil fini = Teeth ex tracted with e out PAIN or iDANGER INo charges when plates e are wanted S Abb WORK Done in this office is firstclass j in every respect and just as ad vertised W yS ALLAR DnsiISpringfield Ky I iHMW t l STRAYED On my farm about three months ago a black heifer calf weigbtiner about 450 pounds Owtier can have same by paying pasturage and for this adver tisementJH G Shewmakerrd3 i Declares Good Dividend v The Directors of the Washing n County Fair Association met turtlaynnd declared a dividend of 10 per cent which will be paid to the Stockholders November 15th BrownSutherland Mr Fred Sutherljand and l iiss Mattie Brown were married at Willisburg The bride iis the attractive daughter of Mr andJMrs J M prowp and ispopnjars with all who know her vhilcj the groom is a sOn of Mr J F J SutherlAnd and an industrious and upright youngmaiL- TheNewsLead r extends con ratulations 1II A Good Speech j aAand splendid attention were theo bhenatures of the speaking Monday t f at for reelection to Congress i addressed the voters of Washt ington county at the Courtf House The Urge courtroomii was crowded to overflowing and Mr Johnson held the rapt attention t of his hearers for more 3haneloquent style the issues of thett campaign His hearers were en thusiastic in their applause and demonstrated by their manner jI that they were interested as well as entertained by his able distcuss ion of National problems t Circuit Ctt The Octoben term of the Washtt iogton circuit court convened Monday with theI nvl H Phurman presidingi the grand Jury was organized Monday ands kfr John Arnold was appointed oreman The judge delivered a 11themcjStatute which the law zakesttthe duty Of every CircuitJudgato call the especial attention of the grand uries The petit jUry was empanelled Tuesday Tber isR arge docketthls term in both civil and criminal divisions and it is expected that the term willc probably have to be extended asc there are a number of casesc which still consume several days The following Commonwealth cases have been disposed Commonwealth vs R charddif Brown selling liquor in lo atop tion territory S75t Same vs Henry Battery for maliciously cutting and wound ing Luther ierringer peremptory instruction to find the defendant not guilty Same vs Roy Wall breach of the peacenot guilty Com vs James Key selling whiskey in local option terHlory 1 100 and 40 days in jail Same vs Sweeney Brown sell lug whiskey in local option territory 100 and 40 days in jail The Prat her Keelingjlaod case is set for Friday of this week the Stigal will case for Friday of next weelr and the Holiday murder case for Wednesday gf the third week The grand jury is as follows John Arnold Ruben Bottoms S5 P Chesser Fred Oheatham R B Hatchett J I Martin B F jSpaldiog J S Thomas Bart Mattingly li Keene Miles OborneJohnP Burkhead r4tt Notice Because of the increase in the price of all provisions lamfprced toincrease the price of meals accord ngly Therefore after November Ist1 lO 50 cents straight will bbS charged for all meals S B Thompson Proprietor Walton Hotel Rowel Mrs LryARwe died on last Sunday morjiingatthehoma I her daughter MrsJ W Gor Iof of pneumonia Mrs Rowej was one of the oldest ladles iin1 J hat section pf the country be jug in her efghty second year I rlThomasMarry A Cabbell and was born KyToward II InMirioncommonIoccurrencer outlaws infested all parts of tleI coUntry atd Mrs Rowe was leftI a widow with six small children dependent upon her To her emltomlnhood add so reared them that they are a credit to the citlz bipof the country The children who survive are Mrs J W Gordon Mrs Sam Best and Mr V C Rowe of1 this county and Mr Dallas Rose of Texas f L Funeral services were con ducted Monday at Bethel by RevRL Purdom r Litsey 1tDeath always basin il anv Eile ment of sadness but particular bso when it robs a child of a devoted mother husband of a faithful and loving vifeand parentsof an affectionate daugh ter of whom they were justlyit proud as in the case of Mrs Carrie jSelecmanI TrltSey It was during the month of tstrit Iv parents with Typhoid Fever which rwith other complications of resulted in her death about three g months later During the long and painful illness she was a patient sufferer and all that loving hands ai d hearts coul I do to- lleytate her suffering an I stayy vthentrie morning of Sundaj Octo er 23d lqlOisbe pasd to the Great Beyond So calm so gen ransiItioning into the perfect dav Mrs Litsey was born in the towij of Springfield Ke itucky 7 VLrsa o It was lhgie her baby lips learned to Jhp the words mother and fathe her love and kffection for who aa was proverbial It was here she i grew from infaucy to childdood to be the idol of devoted parents and from childhoodto girlhood of to be the sociall favorite that she was It as here she was led to he altar the hppy bride ofi devoted s1Iwhose helpmeet she was in his lii eravy efiorts and whose in jrtion in all his m inly as pirutions and ambitions The union1 was a happy one and the home was brigntened by one tl happy faced daughter Miss Sarah Selecraan Litsey j She was highly cultured and possessed rare talent as an elo cuttomst and her kind aDd affcC m tionate manner made her belovedn by all The esteem in which she was held was Pofceu in most t eloquent language tle language of flowers those mute yet dogquent messengers of love which cot er the mound above her The funeral services were conducted by Rev Mooffatt and Graves of Lebanon and W H Williams and R E C Lawsons 11Ij parents on Tuegday at 10 a mJand burial was in Cemetery Bill She leaves her husband MrrEdwin Carlisle Litsey and one daughter Miss iSarah Selecman Litsev and lei parents Judge t and Mrs W E Selecnan oneI brother W B Sgll cman and one sister MrsWrOjj McChord Jr Jr f s p v Notice In considerjtijn of the fact that the cool Avbather now upon us is sufficient to keep meats gyer night and that the unnecessary opening on Sundays is net Taking an ox out of the ditch only imposing extra work upon us We will cease to Open our shops on Sunday after Nov 9th therefore ou must order your meats forSunday consump tion on Saturdays James Moran Jr 5C A Thompson 2 Hunters Notice Tne undersignedi notifa11 persons tl at no hunting willI be allowed on their lands i JHalIy1 IParrott BroslfoLthfloiEYA2wTAR jl tapt cagk and JaeeJeJ- I tr 13 l rs Mrs1 W PBbokeris in Cinr cinnati this weeks Major W J Lisle ofLebanon Iwas here Saturday Hon W F Grigsby was in Lgnisvillft Friday IfHon Ben Johnson Democra nominee for Congress was on the streets Monday DupuyWoodso bridal trip Saturday 0I1Judge FrankfortKy1 Commonwealth attorney Hill of Lebanon is attending Court this week Misses Laura Baker JBesste and Pearl Campbell are in Louis yule this week Hon S A RussellIof L ban on washereTuesdayMessrs and BenF Simms were in Chicago last week tiMr Greg Edelen was in Louis v jlle Thursday r Mrs Richard Hatcbett bass fficiently recovered from of Typhoid Fever astp tq be moved from her BardsIIMr J W Gordon to her MrL Richard Wathen of town junction was week Mr andiMrs Jas Edelen have OdkiJnd1atives bete 1ene l 1 Shelby were WatersIIII Mrs Mrs M J Mrs Annie Schneider and Miss Annie Pieman of Evans ule Ind are visiting Mr George Begeman and family j St To The Tobacco Growers ly first not I Jtliv boifphii property at ted Springfield and am builrlihg a loose leaf tobacco warehouse Iotheho ing will be 125 feet long and 70 feet wide wnich make a nip sale floor for the loose lleaf bust ness and I am having it well lightad for the sale of tobacco This iis very necessary ina warehouse as you need plenty light to sell tobacco Joy tlJWhilemany of the tobacco growers of Washington couinty Iamnotf er to the business I haye spent my Hfe mostly in fha ware 3use business and I assure youm mInbaqpo I may handle in my ware house shall be handled in away bihatbest prices possible and they shall have a square and honest deal all the way through I am here to helpbuild up a nice leaf toarketot do this unless the people over the county and other noun ties will htlp me do so I wouldif advise you when stripping to rade your tobacco carefully keep your c tory tobacco stem p solves as in my opinion tht cl market will be good on all suchII colory types and in grading your tobacco in a nice way you willp get pajd for so doing Icc obIc for a good strong market ti the 1910 crop Of course to som of the crop has been dam In aged by house burn and this wiHel ot sell so high I will be very glaci o hear from anyone who wants any advice in regard totO be sale of his tobacco Pbaflkm ipg you in advance for any shipments of tobacco that you may give me and assuring you that T will protect your interests in the 5aleYours truly T QDISENBERBY Manager n A Voracious v sTheboasts of prey Is tin orca or kUlern vlinl Ifroache a length of twentyifive feet and its jaws bristle with uoth from four to His Inches long and sjinrp us tl dirk knife Its digestive tQ Is proportloued to the tremenS tons efficacy Qf its jnwsf It seems also 0 lio nil atrocious glutton as one specS1t men examined contained In Its stool + neb thirteen porpoises and fourteen seals Full diPeclemHeurr what punisht Inent should be meted out to a m ntwtib proposes to n woman and then refustw tp marry her Ieckera He should lie cbtnpeHwl to marry ber txcliango j Didn4WanrroUblo dThewhat do yj6VthJnktiif my new playoThe Critic IJfont ask 1iIe Youre o much bigger md Strong er than I amlf Since thou art not sure Of 11 minute dS not throW away an boFrankltin C 1 1J I = r f a l 1 n to NEW fftlL GOODS 1t J I Are now being received by us daily r r I III the cleanest and mdst uptodateLL i lineofDry GoodsDressGoods1 i Mf Trimmings Novelties and Notions it k f i1 1iit has ever been our pleasure to show jf r JL t b k t r1 T fjWe arenowshwinga DANDY LOT olrI Sv tensx s and i BoysJlotbM 1 V tl J f 4Shoes Hats Shirtsand Neckwear i r v t J 7 i Don t fail to see our stock of 1- v y- t Late Suits anl CoatS K i if I f I d before buying We will be dtoshow yofr f1 rr The Rob rtsonClaybroook Co1 t L i INCORPORATED J 1 f bill Beats All This is quoted from a letter ofM ckwell Hannibal MoIIT recent psed Poleys Honey and Tar for the time may Jam pleased oes half express my feelings It ath all the remedies I ever used I ntr ctedabad cold and was threa ened with pbeumoeia The tIses gave great relief and one bot completely cured rrne eont opiates Haydon Rooerfson inSj r A REAL POISON PERIL Venom cf tho Most Deadly Creature In Thia Country One venomous creature there Is In ts country which may rmed a public peril In Just1ybeI sense Proportionately to more victims fall to It yearly In the United States than to the dreaded cobra in India Sbme 12000 Amen caps are killed eyery year by its bite Three hundred thousand more are ade seriously ill tram the after ef cta Unfortunately virus works slowly that alarb is stilled The victims do not sicken at onceTbe te is forgotten DUI ten days or two- cekatafter the subject falls into a fever Hllod is POIson him EvenTtialJy in extreme edWthlnI becomes dellribua succumbs to a por and dies Yet because there Is nothing horrific the sensAtion loving imagination In the malaria bearing mosquito public Inertia or ignorance tolerates it with a rin and it to breed In city fLCompared with it as a real menace all the combined brood of snakes scor ious Centipedes tarantulas and other pet bVgaboossof our childish am are utterly negligible romantlI eat to reality as shadow stance It is perhaps characteristic ot our wryly humorous American tern erarnent tbatr we should have Invest d the unlmportapt danger with all the shuddering attributes of horror and have made of the real peril a Joke be perennially jbiiiled with a thousand thobghtless Magazine The Drummer JaughterI I Drummers seldom pray much pay their bills usually bate shams dodge uches have warm hearts quick wits uch nerve and more courage but are born scoffers They have good Them ories much humor and a fund of stories limited only by time They can preach a sermon lead in prayer time 1 a horse race umpire a ban game make stump sPeech and have an opinion upon every known subject from prize fights to the nebular hypothesis Com iereid Travelers Magazine Firmness Vhenvmywlfe mokesup her mind ud Mr Meekton there is no use of- rguing with her But every woman changes her opin ion sometimes Yes And Henrietta IIs particularly Tfcaolute when she makes up her mind change her otnlLWash1ngton- tar I A Htlthful Twn If this tbwn Is nsr healthful as you say It is why do there happen to be so many doctors signs in evidence They are pearly all the signs of eye octors The people are so healthy ere that they strty up nights enjoying climate and Injure their eyes Chicago RecordHerald ivldeneeef Faitk fffMrs BrookeHaXoU any taltbl Ute Insurancp 5Jrs ynJ1eYes eed Iver allzed 100000 from two husbands and they werent Very good ne either Judges Library hI Descriptive Stella Would you say ahe wag a well dressed womuQ Bella No she lajljt like a Wall jnfeet bear whOhaS toV t ered In a desiderate hurry Ick iii IIi j1i Given by the Was1gts Ct TtHt Warelwwe Ct cI AtSPtINGF1ELKY t SATURDAY NOVEMBER 5 n IB 1st 2nd A Sri iL t-lS Bright Leaf 1000 1500 fSO 750 500 25Q f 1 x 750 500 t jt250 250 IIBestRedLeat hands tied together coi IDOM ajMJMite Jkaul c come and lets talk tOHcce If yjssgt once No entnusc fee Ererybeiy iei HW to whatever Our wartjune Mcsasagby the farmer and run for the faraer Lass nacf MtItItna and better than hofihead markete aad nHiag atsIIOwned tobacco to the Old ROOM and get higfcMt ieILIIstable and shed PREE ROBT T BOHANKON fL GEN MANAGER AND AUCflON2 I J Ir SYOU QANHAVt Iili iII kIa and Rye read every morning at 11 txclock by tiphoning Or callingat v Katie flertleiiH Brigs i Ie69rY- OneofourGrape v I Ic 1 i rt Juice j JlrIt tin T L0sTOn Saturday uiehtr September 17 at Der pot when returning from Louis vile a leatner coloredsuit ciw with one strap around it1 pen taming clothing Sunfpni is supposed to have v tokenfU by mistake Finder will plwse return same to Mrf Net Berry Springfield Ky t h ItthitW14B t No one has ever made a salve5olat ment or balm to cOMprftvitk JMekr lens Arnica Salve Itrth ie per fect healer of Ctttt COca jMrM Be Scalefe B 1o Wcn- a1tRhsXc I e1C- cl Chapped HaoeV iSp rtmirease infaUb4e tit G ly25ca ck5 I j iir5 JOlitt Be AIMPrt 0 tu yavr owm i Wr ert Waspj to the faeLtat Wbiirwjiiagelni Utsefty saIvdry looak VII lea w aRt be rMUkwi tMrit ObIcitrn wbai iIIS5ZI1S 1 opine jou nilliW i T 0ter t Hat 1ab7I1Sthtlrs do Gr cTu M Ginttf et1 Bpiirigfield aawTanRotta- oa i Fan1 Fw SOt H 1 wllliIytMi from SpriifleU Mi hUbUrfitft pike 1 a UM fiI n rII ditidei Thint 1tII ii kM fooi b1 u fl l = 1 4 r ige7 F syi M tiWas kaWa Thin it IL food t MhSSS tifalQOIrJ ihSfor 90 d7L t J1bflI hi Livia to wtii tilt sbsasr Prlun k IIr r c 7 vb T r hf I rMG1SU mss pbycksuy aiid moa r 9ber wre aa pojr clly sod morally x r rds Tinware physfcftl eowMfds sM sraJfy TboiyetoewkotO JMJtlMr Ot tlMS Cl MS H cfns irwi a delicate cblkH shrank from fircrefcers oq tb4 rth of Jolr and a jiWrp wpwrt to bta ur alwayi male bUn start b grew p to W ast wck a pMiQaa r I 4 b cWdt1M sy j tWIW Ht w tw ty I S w1tI4L1eiad ot ifll4aprk1y l6ve wKh I a CHratar H vat 4VtiYat4d byt I i flaahtor dark eee anSI regu t j iMtoMi a eomiB aiftc type I tree iMt te kind likely to attractI 7 yovnr ftiWw with plenty of h U0g tt n ke tb ta appear H Woeit Heieaa by BOOM r dcUeato epo Umenta in verse r had aoSff t ttpoa her ttoe ot Mfcognaiw Mary Craa4jth- ra JM ad always beet friends was e confidant in the matter vary S4 him itfac i 1et Helena alcpe tk bet in a more wactieal way 1 aha would not irtow the dIer- I btwse JteY cud dog- g JLbovt that tio war broke out h WlBit iraaflT a to understand t Eea iroold aot bestow bet w bet a Boldter 1 dkL adt wish to be a soldier gdsas ae JM ealteted Mead Mary toU him that it was asMWfh for him to serre Ms cowl but to take up anas for Selena tsr or say atiwc girl was to say kMt wwiM Tais remark 1m bta aM her solved that be 4 bI duty e pr1ncJp aewe1I IF oy W1M1 heard thats the enemy 1 itttMoelMd tweaty miles away I aanpittd was going to d s Nfiltt lato a vJbl Bt tremble the march fe recoTrld some anjrJi th men tjefraa to de for aa Attack he experienced a j rcs fsW which he jnJatook for Illusion was als eltei beganto cut the tw1 hit bead sliglsg their splteftil a sooff His legs over which be o control turned him around and carrying him In the opposite di he rae agalast th aWd Inth bDd9 of as Wa d was forced to turn about i esey totlK war for love M sedid to be brave from a t tas well Neither of the Hdace bravery In vain be his mind 09 Helena In vain be gat ofiVk duty U hi ccmntry His still took him In the wrong dlren- M fights la which Willie was tat iSk Ee1ied were unimportant af fSa and Soon ended If he was so tihaad la a skirmish what would bgWf Utiofl in a battle He began t fred the terrible disgrace that he v8i sere was lit store for him more tfit the battle itself When It came srjetl liistselCto go through vt fiichlag He did better than bscaage IM had become a vet f sbovfk there was the same cow Ksari His regiment was drawn I 41bIft Ta hllf the inen resting on t9r arms In reserve They could not th ooemy but sfaejia coming oyer hill wre dropping among them I they were advaaced into an open SWiS ilt MiiM what relieved 54 iin6taa nfl enemy breil4 e so mscbas one ne could tsee wye srtr idto He down from behind a low breastwork ity came along 4sd grazed his el hurting him He felt a momen desire to hit the man who sent It i 4jq5 bat was knocked off He be Irttel Eythi tImehe bad ii BMMh fvvai ifeair that be bad some ol the dread of being killed next tsp he got was on the se and It faade bits very angry let beside him gavea groennnd over pa bis back Willie began bellL jJLiaaa crawled out of a hole ibsia y4rd advance got up on hat tottered a short distance back aid cover and was knocked down a fragment of a shell Willie felt t bewould head a regiment pt take the battery that fired that shelL The wounded man was lying in 8 exposed position and Willie heed 1of the terrific fire got up went Sf to the man and dragged him back to cover A shout went lip tong thejlne of those who saw the cWie pconsei us that a cb wais4lIinIf had fone auythiug MjidMjfkabte dldtnot 8URpose they were WrW Mm for an iHtff bravery All the offitersoir his Mtmpatiy hav lag been killed in the battle WUUe w s made faptalu Having found ili so bard to tjilc Ijlnisplf Into action be dreaded attempting to lead others Strangely enough Sie responslblllty caused him to forget his danger anr- tfche5eJ a vtrvgood officer He rose to be j j which office be was promoted to jest before ther close of the war- Wheu he got home be found that Het M Canter had married a ladles4 tailor Mary Crane had heard of the niaJorVflnal success as a soldier endS thOHffh ishe had believed there sfficjffit prldeln him pbt to disgrace hjfliself she was somewhat surprlseil aud much gratified at life resiilt Meet lug Helena Uie w is surprised nt her qbmmoBpp appnrane He wnii iu iaubb irtirprlRed thnf lie had not In c lijwrCfalte lpTove with Sliiry who a tq always had a Secret fancy for him bat WBMde jip for lost time by iearlyprocseaI DQ You G 5t Up With m Laths Bmck r qTrsb4e iah TierWt JLfmiT ereryowt kaews llr r- sLp Poot thegreat kidaey liver and blsddja remedy be1 J J1L cause of its remark 9 able health restoring ti propertiesi Swamp i Root fulfills almost j every wish In over itt1r1rt coming rheumatism back kid axand every part of then urinary passage It corrects inability to- oldwater fld scaldiUgpain in passing it l ot 3tA elects followinguse of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant ncre ityof being conipelIedto go oftent t throagh theday and to get up many du the night bSwampReatYerything but ifyou have kidney liver a bladder trouble itwill be found inst he rteedy yoa need It baa been thor rt nrhly tested in private practice and lies peered so successful that a special arItangement lies ben made by which ell readers of this paper vrhp have not al ready tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more about SwaarpRoot and how to iidoatifyouhavdkid eyocbladdertroubleI WLhenwritiignention eading this generous offer in tluXpaper and send your address to Dr Kilnier Co ji Binghamton NY The regular fiftycent and onedollar size bottles are sold by all druggists IDont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and he ad irtssBinghamton NT on every bottle PRANKS OF CUPID Celebrated Men Who Married Their Dpmesllc Servants Many celebrated min Imve married their domestic strvantH Sir Hrnry Pnrkes pfemIe of Nvw South VIes Is un exampfe Onenight when dining at a friends house he was struck by the appearance of a serVant gin hb waited upon the table and persuaded his host to allow her iff enter his em ploy This she did and for a short time held the position of cook In Sir Henrys household Then he inside her Lady Pajkes But more Illustrlcgis than this Is the case of Peter the Great One day he was dining at the house of Prince Men shlkoff He notlceo one of the servant molds particularly dbd though she was not handsome she caught his fan cy Hei1 name the prince told the czar was Martha She bad been a servant in the house of a Lutheran minister of Marienbufg and when hat japl vf as capturedby the troops of ueI she hifd heen tnkei prisoner passedbershe was The count politely madc a present of her to the czar who even tually married her William Cobbett the grunt writer when he was only twentyone years of age one morning chanced to see a bux om servant girl busily engaged In washing the family Hfien The girl was pretty so Cobbett spoke to her learned ben name and the same eveu lug called upon her parents and said he would like to marry their daughter The parents of the ghrl Informed tb young than tbut they bad no objec tloiis to him as their soninlaw buj that lie would have to wait until their daughter was ota niarrlageable age Five years later Cobbett true to Dk earJy JovCi married tier SA WEIRD INCIDEIJT Chopins Funeral March Was IneptreH by a Skeleton Late one summers dftennbon said Ziem Chopin arid 1 sat talking In my studio In one Corner of th room stood a piano and lu another tile cow plete skeleton of n man wIth n large white cloth thrown ghostlike about It I noticed Jthat now and again Chopins gaze vvouldk wander indfrdtn my kijowledge of the man I kiiew that his thoughts were far away from jue aml his surroundings More than that I knew that he was composing Presently he rose from his seat with out a word walked oves to the skele ton and removed the cloth Ue then carried It to the piano and seating himself toQk the hideous olJject upon his knees a strang4 pietqreof iifenud death Then drajvlngthe white cjoth roubt himself arid the skeleton be laid the tollers fingers over his own and begun to play There was no hesitation lu the slow measured flow of sound which be rtjd the skeleton conjured iiPt As the music swelled lu a louder strain closed my yes for there waff something weird In that picture of man end skolPton sUiU d at the plan 6 vlth the shadows uf evening dccpun 4nQnrquiul thiin andithe eVer myeUuiK iud ever softening music tlllio tln eli with tnystory And l llnow wit Us toning to u composition which would live forever The music coasvdl and whei l looked apthe plaho clinlr w tp empty and or the floor lay Cbupitis unconsiiQus tnrnL end U iti vii tlii 4i ii tiru St niub The great eoinposiiInuiawg pi id but ills march mht found ancient acriricca ilany HOIUHII nml cjr ili ep cuty weri very foiul f d t Ihsti Jtetwrc Ciirlstianiiy WIH ttfuliliiUicd aitiiiuj the Denis tiievry ninfli yenrulutty nine dogs yr re sjiitrifiv f S iitfot Caebfltliti uliiy utitteitogswiq de troyuil lint lnti r nix iftia were nv i thiuglit gofsd vintii b vV ry nJnili year iilnilyntnt liiit lugs tr- 1Izi1ltilrIel i1 sii r tlu thcfin tyrant tt Mpr lt riJ 4srdr lhs tin I1tii f u rvr t nt lt iads for Weak Women 4 NIasiSesh aM thesickases f women is due tosome 1ernngn ntord I curedJPices Favorite Pr scrition5 1t MaWakWQmCz StroiicjSt A iS7 sfck Women Well ka idyste taiirj is qt the same time a general restore 1 i the Jeijrjw female copiplaint right in tfi priyacy J4g utry t aegrsab1e questinjg e iiaatiosnd I I ffiSt5 1pfl by doctors and so abhorrent to itioeiarize here a 4e iyiapto o atios lacidiat t wie hut thoes wW td Ii to ask aypeo sad d po b Coia- 5dIsseI N 4ly revised i ssfrsess iet 21os se i M4 is sleek bdid kw 31 Pius WUISIObN 4 L AMBASSADORS TJhey EnJay S m furious Privileuse t Eurbpeaj Courts In the popuiarw1idtIiJAmerican min4atlensttlHfIj viry little dIf ferencVjbctwHou jfnajnlmssudor and it mliilsteV bilftlieforuier is entitled to very nanny privilcgis Abroad that are denied to n mere envoy Fur Instanc one curfuas privilege of nn ambassador Is tbdt be and be lone Avhen disml sid may turn his aCk to tnessovurelun to whose court be is accredited The mode or pro cediire generally speaking Is as tot Iowa Wlbenthe nudieupe Is at ah end the ambassador valts to be dismissed by the soveriIJoi W4ien dIsmIssed the ambassador bows retires three puces ows again retires three paces bow third time turns on his heels and walks to the folding doors But when the reigning sovereign Is a woman still politer methods bbtajn To turn his back would be discourteous to walk backward would be to resign prltllege tin eore the ambassador re tlrtf sideways Jlke a crab He keeps ne eye on the sovereign and with the other he endeavors to ibid the floor By this unique means he contrives to evince eli pollfjiheSs loathe sovereign and at the same time retain one Of his privifeges Auother 1privile59 of Ambassadors Is the right of being ushered Into the royal presence through1 foUHns doors both of whfch must be flung wide for hint No one savcai ambassador can claim this privilege the most any mm unlbassjidorial individual can expect Is that tine ofthe do ra hallbe openrd Whim One privilege appertaiuln to the ambassador one capable o causlng great Inconvenleiifce to the ruler Is tlm right of demainlingjadmisslon to the sovereign at nay hour of day or night This was one of the reasons why Afidul Hamfd when sultan Cf Turkey opposed the raising of our misstep nt Constantinople to an embiiss It was decidedly Invouveiilent at times o see theAmerIcaii representative at all To the European the most important feature of the amUassadoris makeup Is his sword There the blade of the sword is a rapier blade with the point blunted It lies been facetiously ob served abroad that thtf use the sword put to In addition Ho Its trick of tripping up Its wearer Is usually the harmless one of poking fires One di plomatifjt wnsksaid to tile his bills On bte sword when it whnut otherwise engaged and for a lokig xvlille It was a standing witticism of the corps dljv lomatlque In Rufopxv hat the Rtwsifit ambassadors used their swordstotIe broken treaties a circumstance that was hqld to account for rbp luordiriat length of their weatpops Harpers Weekly EmmeVs Proscrfco of Mind v A story is told of Koberf Emmet rhich proves his supretlve power and fesqlution He was total of studying chepalstrj and one night lUte after the family had gone tombed he swal lowed A large quantity of corrosive ubllmate in mistake for some acid joollng powder He immediately tts covered his mistake mid knew that death must shortly ensue unless he In itantly swallowed the only antidote chalk Timid men would have torn a the belt roused all the family a id sent for a stomach rump Emnlet culled nit one madq no noise but stealing down stairs and unlocking tbefront door went into the stable scraped some chalk which be knew to be there ani tooksuffltIeut doses of it to neutralize the poison t Queen Elizabeths Amulet Queen Ellicbeth during her last ill ness pjvore around her necTi1 a cbarni mao of gold which had been be queathed to her by an old woman In Wales who decIareU that so Jong as the queen wore it she would ueVer be ill The amulet as was generaly the case proved of no avail and Eliza bOth notwithstanding tier faith In the charm nat only sickened but died Durtng the plague m London people wore amulets to keep off the dread de stroyer Amulets of arsenic were worn near the heart Quills of quicksilver were hung around the neck and also the powder of toads No Swelling at All I see not one ripple 6n the water All Is calmness said the little r man lady looking out dreamily over the quiet sea I hat crossed the ocean when it was calm like this all the way over Do you mean that there was no dwell even in midoeean asked her companion who lied never crossed at till No ho SAvelllng tit all was the re ply New York Press Wherein They Differ JackrWIdows are ivlser than melds In one respect at least Tom AVijats the answer Jack They never let a good chance go byj thinking that a better one will comet their way Chi jbngo News In Mitigation Judge Hoss tllief youre found guilty by th jury Have y anytblng iin sjy as to why sboiildnt sonic y tJf limit rrUoner Well Judge wasnt your boss T stole Cleveland Loader mIWell Qualified Why do you apply fpr hi position as Doss of this gang Ilavcyyou ever lied any ilJruiIlSBossed my son iifter lie gre up BufTulo Express jj Procrastination Is one of the most xpenxiie forn s of happiness Life The First Gentleman Who wits tIle first gentleman The Prince id Darkness has been pro iiouiiml one but only mortals car- airly count According to John Bulty1 rime there was lit gentleman when Adam delved and Evt span The nr- ii of theni soon arrived however for according tp Dame Juliana Bern rs writing upon coat armor in 1480 Cain became a churl front the curse of tol and Seth a gentleman through his thers aiid mothers blessjng That i fitb say Setbwns the first nun who could boast of family Coin jhiivin Aueen cn1 out of the pale wjiie Abo I presumably ryrlshed too ryouu rLor inn Xlhronljjl Klnley Mcjtd b Owner Klnley Jlac j horse that won both the Brcoklyn fld Bujjiirbah band inli00 hasTiloii promiforrtsOoughbred9wcr shipped abroad to IK told by J fAfos K Haggin sexcnil Snoutha ago Abmit 100D JO wuIrzJ Xefl from Ue sale 4 The FamoiiRjoThe Lamp withDiffusedLijht should always be used where several people sit because U does not strainthe eyes of those sitting far from it The Rayo Lamp is constructed togive the maximum diffused white light Every detail that increases its lightgiving value has been included The Rayo is a lowpriced lamp You may pay 5 10 or even 20 for other lamps and get a more expensive container but you cannot get better light than the Rayo gives Ttis seasons Thtyo has a new and strength ened burner A strong durable shade hofder keeps the shade on firm and true Easy to keep polished as it Is made of solid brass finished In nickel Once a Kayo User Always One DtaJtrt Evtryvhtrt If rot at yours teritffor des- c4itrjanddOitcO9PY circular to ihtneareiiagtncyoihe QUEERJWELRY Telegraph Wire Necklpces and lnsul f tors as Earrings The aesthetle nnd decorative ustMo which barbarians vill turn objects which to civilized nicbs are things of the humblest utility are amusingly ustrated by this fashion nose frothS West Africa taken train nu Italian uewspapcr JTor sunlit time the oillcluls of the German colony In Southwest Africa noticed that the telegraph wires and other hcqefsorlesrtf tthe olectrlcij ulant 1la irlsea red nts by tnagic lininedlateiy fr they lied been put up The most tiili tiit Inquiries Tfiualned fruitless Krpiii other purls of tlu German pos sessions crtino reports of stntuge pre UloVtlousfor articles nf Germaii coin aierce as for csnruple rubbed heel lifters bftckles ami forth tlflujs which the unlives of those countrltstlo not generally use IThe governor of the colony give nc fiitertalnuient out yinfr In honor uf Ha emperors birthday itli invited tIle ohiefs of the different tribes to Vluit wu lila surprise when tie sawt these native guytlemun appear with ills stoltAi telegraph vires twlstivl oiind their illustrious1 nocks Tne UlglTpr tile dignity the more rings ofi ho wire iwprfc round the neck Inquiries were soon started In tine mtlylng villages and It came ttf lIght tint tin wblte china insulators of the eloKniph1 poles had become earrings A ypung lady of the highest tjistlur lion in native society wore n rybbr tee hanging from her nose and a voting man who was a well knowr handy worp dangling ftorn hlscntrs tulp of hpniitiiu pink jllk garters THE WHITE NILE Mr Roosevelts Desc fiiion qf Night on the Groat African River We had conic down through tine see And of the great Nynnzn lakes As we willed northward its waters stretched behind us beyond the ken of vision to where thVf were fed by streams fro n the Mountains oftht Moon On oQr uft mind rose tIne frowning ranges ou the other side of which tIne Kongo forest lies like a shroud over the land On our fight we passed the mouth of tIne Victorian Nile alive wjth mona strous crocodiles and Its ban kg barren itt human life because of tine swarms of the fly whose mIte brings the tor uncut which ends in death As night fell we entered the White Nile and teirmcd and drifttddown the tufghty Urenav Hs current Kwlrled In long urv between endlcss ranks of hlluhI v d papyrus While and blue and red iht floatIng writer lilies covered agonies and the stili Inlets among the fowls j nd hero and there the lotui ifted Its loaves mid flowers stiniy ibovc tine surface ibo brilliant trop Krstars inudc lanes of light oh tine lajv ping water as we ran on through the nIght The river horsos roared from tlie recd beds and snorted anti plunged beside the boat and crocodiles slipped Milleuly Into the river us we giiUed br Townrl morning a must aroSe and thronsh It the crescent of tine dying iiioon shone red nail lurid Then the MIII tlnmed aloft and soOn tlie African nndscnpe vast lonely mysterious stretched on every stile in a shimmer lUg glare of heat cud light and abtSad of us the great strange river went twisting away into tine distance Theodore Iloosevelt In Scrlbuers A DUKES LOVES Che Force of the Attacks Were Meat ured by His Appetite In the bite eIghteenth century n Dr Moore was tutor to the young Duke of fliftnHton of hotv days vfhom heb iicfompiinlid on the usual continental tour Tine duke was butt eighteen and was susceptible to feminine charms lie hud just failon a victim to1 tine black eyes of a riiarrlod li dy when Dr Moore made this report to the youth ful peers mother Tills lathe third passion thc duke tints had since wecrosstHltbv1 sea They generally afffcct his uyyetlte and lean innki a protlj good guess at the height if hi love by tlic vtctunht ho rofnsiw 10 ofitt A slIght fomli of love puts hIn iinintHlhUily from lugimiwt intel nil kinds jf JH iin igtf If it urlsos r degree higher lu lotus iit lifs nosy nt ricasKoes Until nigoiits Anottior di grvo edt be will ntthvr tii to lad suy iiprloss than taste plnln rpHsiel v nt or poulols of any sort This is the inost length his pnssIiJti has yur twmr lililnrto for when itt was at tine eut with Mile Marcluiiviili though 4w lqL hint icatlrely from grootis ragout itnil esii yet site mijdi no improMHion uti his rojist jKcf or Aiitton ppotiii ll fid plinllfnlly uM n those in sp1ipe ill ln r eiiHrms intend to nntke till Inamicier fur tine dnkcs passion Vljh four h grc s ili grf ns i2t fnr ipiithnInth rAjjoiils til nnitst vt ul iitIslli jiljiln Ii8s1 inium or beet It ttr tin IlIrV mounts ns t 4wtJH s jlwin t kbactLJ a lHrintBvArKOUitt U 1 I Keels Him Down Ills wife Is a intMnbefr of the uplift movement Islat she YeS title believes in boosting every thing riill ht4r linHlmiullutroit irge VPreris The Nsv Dpeiraben ttirn 1Ftti itn eftt4tIft iitl t3i nsi i a Cleaning a Black Skirt To clean a black skirt InyJthe sklft as flatly as possible on u pleap table Remove all grease spots with brown paper and hot Iron then NvJtb a sponge dipped In stfung cofToe rub over the whole of thin dress paying special attention Ito the front and edge of the skirt Whenf the whole of tine skirt has beep sMJngwl nOd isf still damp Iron outh wrong side until pet fectly dry Cucumber Pickles One gallon good cIU iv vinegar one cup table salt ont tabksjioonypow QrttiA ilium slid a siijTrfr liu jj ot iAifres mustard eliiinftnsot Mllspkie amf Hovesi JVMli nnfli luijit the cnomn bers arid t l lt tbi iir In Jbe rinegar wwjjrhr tfhiyudtj Kt tluvin tindiC tine tlsitAir iDiJinj care not to trowd twin tUe Jar btoyr yhh Wrsomdlsf 4es t Curraltsftpti jtytiuds s4ar utifi 4selisru1e table sit1fliit iarhutiunfnti fidvi and Itsi 1sk tsy fo fur two Hours Lint Atf5L4S1tUir 4 ICIip x s tlIft ihi t1ri1II4l as he stood nt tInt lst4f4e ittb miser HtiUibnaire- fHIl fllff l4ntt Hut wluit vrttt it tytntV iame feeblj froitt iJio HK nil tbptIk nwr- f4lu si whilhst uiiitaH swift mental aikuljUhMi 7slnVi vflvi dolM4rst was lt1t niisWtr fnnrvoti slMMh your lituriNa Ht tlc r wnll d tInt jIiW The under tnkors bid nnib los1p1SittEotts JKcpt His rlead Miss SidUayVlwsHn Mr Tlmmhl It bought to prUjHwo V lenliy Mr Tiniikltl jterrPtd Miss Jiddriy Im sorry Hnt That wi liHve sunk htt cre nt jOh should beMellghted yWke JSoVue evening whom the weather Is A Startling Reply It is very dcirtmcttial to the conS vorsatlon if you PlinY bridge while talking A gontrvmmi once entered 6 room rind Akt d up to a Indy who wits deeply iigrosned In correcting lyir score Ilo dye do Mrs So aitlsoT he excloiuitHi hove just met y ur children wlthtbc iinrstv By the way how many IMITI ywi gwtT Tlio nay hfolubl ni attl replied Sixteen utovt iiu tvoot fqui bc low TlNi tonfofiilons of a Crhlpe Ilaver tiy yilTki Hqvf Stupid Mrs Join fmidmsi ft says horc that a uAiithMl mfl V toto tt and stutuu mlh unty do feet Why is lliHt tluritkti tnilv was amble Mr JoInts wlrtuut leaking up front his piiperi VeIl a nttto is mlh lhit n1 statute lithe Is iiiuHHtiml on they land while nautical inlhis iuoMsur- ili the waters and you knor most things swell when In water Mrs Jones rpsumln her r HdlnM WIly of foursi now stupId iatlosf- lume Journal lOLlCE CF GERMANY Privacy of tbe Hortie No Car to Their 4 Farreaching Authority Ton fdroijsjier no ft aiar f t0rmau life Is morn iitrlkhrj thum tlie proiiil mince and ajnuwt u lfyMlfyd authority of tint police iunjpjiiT ilk functions flC5hil1i as in thtUinkedS1nteswotdb- ar Infcrusjed only u a rourt of Jaw syimt znvoztW ni41 ispnniI trningn fin greater part nibi fumtlons act ptfewUipa quite Inil tKiiUiUtly of thc went govermmyit The mmHenis and JliorduJjIulesB pf tine work of he 0 ittir Dihiei2 lire o1kenniit lait itnly Jld4 ii1IH str fwtsr but exerdiH a fnrrewrU iitj imtlrtHUy lii prlvjftt houses VOK hen nee bi jindblwkos tbet ifigliUy jlprkiug of ones strtuKdoolfral ii eieti1lisi1y hour He siies that one as bis uhttnuey resrutarly cleaned HP in3peejs at stated t hues oneg stoves mid lieatinj appHratii and whIte h Is about It lie will look Into u few other matters of domestic ecoftibmy One feature of tzfsnrtivly strikes s good hittii y SufarU mi v HdmVjtljt fa vor In sonie places ssiusFng and litun platiigwib OhRin svlntlows a ftr bidden ana It 1s a common tiouae erg elation In large towns that nor pianos may be played after 10 oclock tn the evening The G6rni ii policeman Is also something of a rood Inspector In his way and be keeps a sharp eye oil venders of food and of medicines It Is not an uncommon sight to sea ii Our man policeman hilt a milkmans wag and on the spot make an iuspe gjpn of hlsrcares Should there prove t uc uujiuiii wrongvrthi lUUUllUC ut11thlined by the hfeWr authorlUesKew York Press BATHLESS M For a Thousand Years the People of Europe Went Unwushed When Egypt Gnm nnl llnz wrri at tine holfchf tliAr tfuclvni ijwd sorIatIfutwtiotiHgioHH obsenpincr TIu yubjlr iwtbs of IhwieUtttiins WnU ninViUt ar clUteptiiraily rind lrat rtiiiir sis nnftra of hysljiiilc um inunielptil Kvniluient With tire duealeiurt of thIrSt ciitih tries tim wurttlanttng to have reuirWl to n period of incntal sloth audphvM cut uuelennHHisx saii jiuttnifrtty on the mat ivv puts It For lOOn yrtitx tbi rc w st not rt1rItlmefMIcluIet is to tr believed Tnc ancient love of tint tenth scented to have dlsapp Hred froai off the land There was no Greece or Rowe to hold up the ensign of cleaullnivs to the nations of EurnHe Small wonder that the teople of lint cohtinint be came physical dcKjMUnts af Indeed they were In spite of tradition tff the poutrary It la not strange that here came rite awful epidemics lint out off one fourjtir of the population of Europe the spotted plague thlebidtk tFrentiit I the sweiing sickness and tile tflrflble mental epidemics that fallowed inthnri- rtrblnthe dnncmg mnnla the inowlns minnie and the biting tn nln The bath iras jnlslicd and tilth was almost ddft iU Iixleed It wal Thti tboiVUit tlmt bf Hanerttkafion Of the body was only ncuniplhrd wlifpii that JdyWs liMwtrjbublfqJrtyI- UysIeal Culture An Island of Black Cats The Inland of IMmk CatK Isa nnrne often ajiftlled toGhHtUaui Island one of tine tlaiigos It is In tht Pacific foeeari about 730 miles wejtf of the iNSISt of Ecuadorl it isoverrnu with black cats and citfx of no other color are there Tlusy animals live Iri the crevicoM of the lava foundation near line coast mid subsM by catching Ush apd cRibs Histesd of rats and mice OtlieJ animuls found on tills talmud tire Horses emtli1 jogs goats and chick jrnb alof which art perfectly SIid- If You Want toBoLbeq- P Pont when pw Pl 9f nice things to you think that they Yipa nm ssarlf 6e Inslnrerp It qje ir 4iaturol for some persQflsiO14Utt hIIC nice t houirhts fibhut yon Info word It la for them tn breathe v AiiTwo rf Cured My Rheumatism I have been a suf ferer from rheumatism for about two years and have used many hal meats ihtd patent medi cines which gave me no relief A lady friend of mine tPM me she had used y mr imment and found relief at once I bottles and they cured me I think it is the best mimem a person got can hie fa the tome I shall always keep a Ubitfeto my Igise as longas I ctii get itMas ERWALLACE Morrisons Va ttsf1 Another Letter I MRS JAMBS McGiuw of 1216 MandeviM 5tNewQrlase La writes I ipL pleasure in vriUng to you that I had a paint inmyjarm for fiv5yaiS 1 SIQAKS tndIised l LINIMENT for one week and was completely cured I recommend your Liniment very hthlv loans Liniment instantly relieves stiffness of the Joints SoreThroatr Hoarseness Sprains Neufajgia Sciatica and Lumbago Better and cheaper than porous plasters At All Druggists Price i5c 50c and 100 J Sloants TreatUe un the Horse sent Tree AfldrcBS DR EARL S SLOAN BOSTON MASS L J 6 jpj1p4g1 IEtgl Prornotcsfltgestonp 1jQp1wuMUrphiag rt ifijt- graNRf I- 1th vd IfrJ4ath Asstea FfZ Itwzmtht o W Won sCoMllsionsSewrnlt- csStntlLOSSOPSLEEP Ell2 FacSinule griturt f j NEW YOBK Exact Copy o r For and ars ii pa j i i HCWVMlf JO3N tt i I Y c c j5 q r 7th WiG tnakea oi the L Moore 1902 at 4 00 Belle of Marion 1902 at 4OCr IJ07 We also Mattin ly and Willow iii bowl tint 4 and Wine it r t w MR FARMERr Make y olir nomea moderfe for yoar fafiifiyas a ciio jresidgnce and place yourself in a positron to get the latest market L be by means of touf service whiph tj V9U and your con get for a sum thatis smaltcott j A btnflth reCeived ot1rnea 4t ebtofllce orwrite Jp tto for ref ardingf our special tl FARMER LINEj rate If you are not at present enjoying wetcatt j U j of Tennessee J j s Rthern portion of Indiana and Illionis J1 CNMI TBLEI HONH COMIAl Y t J iji I lt 4r H in I died six ears ago writes Mr Rk gl Ward of Ill and left me to care Jbf six f children 4 had never been throng and this with the shocks of her ucuuir wtu luy much iui inc r I SII iailed in health I was tired all the time and did nbt want to go npr care for 1 had the all ihe tfme and such painf A very dear friend adVised me to take assit- II had done riiufch good so IT to tjae iti and now I am in good hiltt V 1144 i pains are or pr and women is by CardU flhe wjwnans know besMf you rieeC it or not b- If need it do not delay io sss it at once Every day ofdelay only lets you slide further down the bill i Dont wait then but begin to take Cardut today xits use no matter how cahhot harm youana wJdtJ surely do you good i J Vrile to Ladies Adirfsory Dept Co CJaMMoock T sV orfip ca7wfrac q ani64pafc book Home ill 7 I4 i LOW FAIIl The and 2 TRAINS DAILY 2 2 TMINt MHY 8 T- OST L t Tickets on Salo Fir t and Third Tisd y In f cfi Month Return Limit 25 D y frxri JtJW lorftret and Special Divem ni ii i S thusG of a to keep the bowels open and prey s food froto geffinginto your system The latest is VELVO Laxative Llvec Syw Jfreliable and of a ploLsnnt arcmalic Jaste Velvo acts on tIIIastpmaclj aixl bowels and iso the greatest possible efficacy In tt 8 h sic hea noss etc Try kI ASit iiInfants Children The KindiQiQAlways ignature itJr SiiiI1sS UB iIForUyei Thirty CASTOt BDELEN IRVINE WfM4 The Coppage COGo INCORPORATE Market LOUISVILLErKAt4 specialty o11owinbrandsI MattinglynS Spring Spring verglaile Wathehs spring atji handle fiWcore Rollinifrl Spring bottled Apple Brandy Blackberry tL RUftftt TELEPHONED quottiOnsat anytlmeThisa accomplished telephone neighbors ttddwit1kthe Cslloraddrcss information telephdhtservic immediately interestyou QurUnjes cpyertheiStats4 Kentucky Mississippi ouislanaanplthe RLfeD TELEGRAPH Incproprated Failed Health IMy mdhei Jerseyville anywhere company headache bearingdown Carduii herxso commenced Take CARDUL IThe Woman Tifc Womens relieved vjcated strength quickly restored totMC- Ydli yourself you3o birPcdmmence prolonged duttimoocaAiedlcine TtcafamentojiWcaex ROUNDflllPHOMESEEKCM West Southwest Northwest Louis Sri oui9WI- TMt Physicians AdvisegoodlaxoTivc piuiiitdiIe4 preduttautce UtiJoasness Jacherfeverl collcitktulenc jsvjj