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Dtpty- teTrererUDc WCrae jQgcoiier f J W Jfeah Sept of Commos bIi 0 S1aMI4fl tiI CITY COURT Jake RJ0 Police Jwife j J hmGraceMaf kaI 4 W T QrJ a1t1ctTttoce It T J ike CQiIrtare kC1 1AJawry- ftU1 TOstober Chwch Directory t N M T 6jrt Te Pi tor Ser Irfce ever4y1Tarnand pm misyicJkiS rfry Su day atlOain tyr aw evry Wadieda3 t r CATHOLIC CHURCH 0er P r HenmcMay Pastor Set ci Tirr Sunday at 8 and ID oclock r J J fckryicea at St Rose sai c Bonn PURYTXRtAN om3Rcn C Rev R K C Lawson Pastor 4 tttiU K every Susday at 11 am rM M7pM luday school eVer sI1y it 10B1 Prayer mcetli Ty Tkridy fyrrfrv of7 otr- i c f BAPTIST CgURCHI iffT Win Hurri8in WUHajrbt tJaator Preackingeversnnday at 1 aa laW 74i pm Sunday Schoo ever t tiay at 930 air Prayer meeting Vert Tlle day evearnjr t 745 oclocl p4 HWSTIAil CHURCH Rev WF Wolf Pustor Str r ces first and fcxithi Surclaj fuuoa J t abool 93 llI1 = MILLCAor IMIDCURZW I iGS 1 iwOLS tALKITt OMVRZWOZD J Notices I l Beoatise of the fn e ilei1trit J jrof all provisions If HUJ Jiriid to increase tbe price off Mftk accordiB lj ThKrefdr tsSat htr tIi1I be charged lot ai a JiIil it iTbonum Ptoprt fai t iJJ cO Walton Hotellr Ohil4ren Cry mTINEr- Sl I r l E NE S LBA BRh Vwdicti For 3000 The verdict lor plaintifiVfdr case of Oscar L Hamner ys Dr R 0 McChord came as a surprise to many Hamner shot himself in th leg severall years agOj and had in juredthe artery near the knee About yeats ago Dr McOnord operated on him and repaired the artery but in sewidg up the wound broke a needle leaving the point in the legl Owing to- fthe delicate nature of the opera tionili was believed best to leave jthei needle point iin the wound rather than run the risk fol intt jnring the patiect hunting for i it Some months afterwArd the J needle worked out and Haoraer whose leg is stiff sued Dr MLA Chord claiming the needle caused the stiffness In spite offl the fact that Doctors Ed e11yn and TF Cleaver of this cityJ DAs Arthur McCormick of Bowling iGreen Irvine Abell and 8andl testified that Dr McOhord had clrcamrtoot have caused the stiffness the above Ttrdiqt was returned i There was no prooft before tfie t jary that Hamner had been in formed that the needle was left in hisllleg is stated to have been the reason for returning the t verdici A new trial has oeen ike3ajad Judge Thurmanwill passion the motion at the special erm Marion Falcon NillesANucdororC A merciless murderer Is cltls with many victims Kings New Life Pills kill it by Pre vent on They gently stimulate tomach liver and bowels prevent Tug that clogging that invites ap ConsUJationieadache Havdoa Robertson t Secret Marriage r The secret marriage of Law cancejjpwe a Tailroad man and IMiss Eunice Adams asaleswo nan both of Lousville which vas solemnized in Jeffersonyille m October 2 by Magistrate- sJames S Keigwin was made public yesterday afternoon in the office of Curtis W Ballard Oircuit Clerk by request rbeI oridegroom was born in Marion county Ky and is 22 years old fe is a son of Edward Lowe a J woodworker whose home is at vlartinsville Ind The bride is J J native of Washington county fiLy and she will be 19 years jfd nextmonth She is a daugh roorof ThomasAdams a blacksmith who lives in Louisville Goodresults always follow the usejof Foley Kidney Pills They contain just the ingredients necessary to tone strengthen and regulate the kidneys and bl Ide and tof cure bacd ache Haydon Robertson Never Lost a Case Tom Thompson had a little suit in the quarterly court Monday and as ha always does =got a judgment favorable to him Mr Thotnpsoii s been inter ested in19 suits in the court house Tn Lebanon 2of which went to the Court of Appeals and 5 buits ill etch case come out a winner Judging from tbS record he must be generally right in his contentionsLeban on Fal on Get th6 genuine Foley sHonfey and Tar in the yellow pacJcage It is safe and effective Contains no odiates Refuse suuitutes Haydpa Robertson I Bacon Thirty Jive Cents deCline1Inwhich they are fed Chicagoans who desired to qat bacon Tues diy discovered that they were compelled to pay the highest price er obtained for the salt meat 1n times of peac35 cents abound sliced 1rne sole reason for this situa tion according to CW Foster fyeran proyision dealer of Cfiicaf lies in the shortage of acoaproduciDKhogsr No matter wIt the facts might JH e Rtb indicate said the the iificilty lies in the ability of the JJporkersiwoud s be changed just as soon as a iiiaiiIiii1ii ic yieldt of hogs could be prQ doc d from the cheaper corn Farmers HomeJournal Heavyweight Baptised v- Hodgenville KyThe Rev Dr W N Briney of the Broadway Christian church of Louis villeiast night baptized as a convert under his preaching at the local Christian chnrch Wil bur Smith pvossibly the largest man ever baptized in Centrall Kentucky He weighs exactly 380 pounds and has for years been able to get arojind only by the aid of He is nephew of Congressman D H Smith and a sjaiMoliw of tfift Rev C M ffekerous nt Charitable ws II wish all might know of the bene it I receive frbm your Foleys Kid ey Remedy says LN Regan Far r Mo His kidneys and bladder gave him so muph paint misery and annoyance he could not work nor eleep He says Ioijey Kidney Rem idy completely cured him Haydon Robertson fRemarkable Case The Louisville Herld says he case off Georgia Brown a ne gro woman aged 30 years from whose body more than three hundred pieces of glass have been taken within the last two weeks is the most remarkable perhaps ever brought to the no J of the Louisville physicians The woman app9ars to be in ex- ellent health butrfor theivounds by the glass coming through her skin Georgia Brown lives at 31st street Sev 31ral weeks ago she felt a severe paIn in her chest and sides Several days later cpieces of glass pierced her skin and came through She immediately sent for DrW H Smith of 217 South Eleventh streetHe made an examiaatiori and was greatly Burprised when hedis C9veredi that almost the entirei body of thewbman wlis covered with little bumps caused by Ppieces of glass under the skin EFor the lasttwo weeks the phy jan has been operating on her extracting bits of glass from be neath the skin At hie 0fficQhe has more than 300 pieces of glass on exhibition that he took from the woz ans body The glass is white and appears to be of poi ceaii composition The pieces taken frQm the womans body range in size frdm that of a grain of corn to pieces more than half an- ijich in diameter The bits of glass although white are transparent The woman offers no explanation as Ut how the glass came to be in her body and is as much mystified as the phys qians She declares that she never had an accident in whiclj the glass coud hayebeen forced into hr skin That itt would be possible to swallow the glass and live is out of the ques tio1 according to the physicians because m iav of the pieces are too Iarg et swallow withoat 1aceratin the throat The wo nan has never suffered any ser ious illness and was iignorant off the glass in her body until the pieces began to come through the skin Many physicians declared the case as stated was impossible and improbable un til shown the bits of glass A Democratic Majority Already it lasbeen conceeded by many that tho next CongYess will be composed of a majority democrats The state of souri and Nebraska with 10f wil return democrats to ss instead cf republicans Everything points to a presidential victory in 1812 The republican party for years has discarded ihet platform for whose planks the people would not stand They no longer staidIorhigh tariff but trying to adopt the platform so long advocated by the democratic party The people have not forgotten our last Congress where even many Republicans uld not stand the juggling and breaking of promises of the Republican leaders What can a voter hope tto gain by Voting fora party that- standsfor t the trusts alone and cares nothing for the laboring classes Information coming in from the three hundred and ninety districts all point to a democratic majority in Congress The Republicans in Kentucky have a cha ce to elect Caleb Ppwors inj the Eleventh but aside from this district their chances will be sUm Owenton Democrat cpi BoiariHsagalt hits the Bills Eye This world famous rifle 81it who holds tbe championship record 00 pigeons in 00 consecutive shots is living at Lincoln Ill Recently In terviewed he agsuI suffered logt time with kidney and bladder tpownkidneyme no relief until I started taking FoieyKidney Pills Before I used Foley Kidney Pills I had severe backaches and pains in my kidneys with suppression and a cloudy void ing On arising en the morninftcJ would If ei dull headaches Now I have taken three bottles pf Foley Kidney Pills and feel 100 percent better I am never bothered with my kidneys qr bladder and again feel like self II Robertson my own Haydon To Protect The Sheep New York You are a dirty dog The best thing that can- happento you is to get justice and gett it quick In these words Coroner Feinberg today expressed his abhor ene for Adolph Berg who was arraing edbefore him as the man who used Chas Fsaher a 12year old boy as a shield against the bullets fired at hirnby Harrv Greenwald anexpriz9 fighter The boy was killed and Green waldl committed suicide Bergor was held without bail to answer to a charge of homicide He was arrested late yesterday and ac corc ing to the police at first ad milled that he was the man wanted Before the coroner he declined to make any statement however find later be denied havingGgured in theo killing of Itthe Fischer boy t FOP More Than Three Decades Foley s Honeyand Tcr has been a household favorite for coughs colds and ailments of the throat chest and lungs Contains on opiates Haydon Robertson IHumanStuck To Perch V Dan ville Octr2SA telephone message from Somerset states that the family of Judge R F Barnett was aroused by some one singing on the topmost part of their residence this morning An investigation revealed the presence of a large man seated astride the comb of the room He was commanded to come down but refused and continued to sing A son of Judge BarnPtt secured a gun and threatened to snoot but the man paid no attention to the threat and procerd d with his tune The police department was called out ladders secured and tile strange visitor brought to the ground When sueS ijned by the chief of Police as to the motive for hiS Utiusual actions the visitor replied Hasnt a rooster got a right to roost l He gaye his name as George Spearman of North Carolina and seems to be laboring und r the halluciation that he is a rooster and that he was crowing on the housetop 0 7Ayers Hair VigorSTOPS fAlliNG HAIR AN aEGANT DRESSING DESTROYS DANDRUFf MAKES HAIR GROW fngredknts StIIttIHH Glycerin W sChIetWS t Alfce Water Perfume 1 Ask your doctor if there is anything injurious here Ask him also IT there is not genuine merit here 1 DoeS not Color the Hairr j Ct ATM daaAxn Lowell Ma r 9 t BEN JOHNSON Will oll Large Vote In the Fourth The Messenger predIcts that Congressman Ben Johnson ma jority iu Meade county f on No vember 8 twill bejgiie of toe largest if not the largest ever given a candidate for office in Meade county There are at least one hundred and fifty old line Republicans in the coup tywhotllvote for Mr Johnson Such a condition has never ex isted ip t his county before The pularity of Ben John son ani rig all classes in Meade county is llargely due to Bis generOsi ly his kindness and his love for the people He is look ed upon in Meade county as a sort of friend and neighbor who is always anxious and does tend a helping hand For ttiis- reasdtihe has cemented himself in the esteem of the people in the county And then ioqhis record in Congresses without a flaw He has fought for every interest of the farmer and lab orerhe has fought when the cddwere agarnst him with nevera thought of faltering TIere is not a more qoncien tious or abler representative of the people in the National Congress He towers head and shoulders above the average Congressman in intellect and in ability to get results his honesty ItIhas never been doibed and his integrity stands unquestion ed by any living human being But there are a thousand1 ele men a in Ben Johnson tbat are admirable elements that have made him a great man among the gvetlsofnan apprejcashow him that heir appreciation is sincere they will vo e lot him on November 8 irrespective of party ties or anythlpg else Mark this prediction his majority in this county will be abnormal Indeed there are few people in Meade ccunty who ill oppose Mr Johnson It is safe to say that every Democrat iff Meade who can ppssibly get to the polls on November 8 will be there to vote for him and we repeat that standing houlder to shoulder with these Democrats will be one hundred and fifty or two hundred Republicans It is the happiest condition we have ever seen in this county during our residence of fflteen yea rs andt it was brought about bytdr liberalityv generosity and fair treatment towards Democrats Repnbli cans and all people of all poUt ica1 faitnsfby his unbiased of the Fourth Congressional district in the Nation al Qpngress Meade County Messenger This sounds encouraging and ecbo sends back to Meade Co the same glad tidings form od Washington and it seems to re verberate through every county of the District Not Democrat in Washington county has been heard to say that be would not vote for ten Johnson hut po the contrary many Republicans have beeu heard to express themselves iill favor of Mr Johnson The people realizef from Mr Johnsons past record that he is the Congressman of no political party but the Congressman for the whole people Had Presence of Mind A n gro preacherr once i visited a Catholic church and seeing the altar boys march up the aisle one of them swinging the incense pot while the others chanted in low voices thought that this would be a pretty good idea to introduce in his church On his return 10 the South be trained fifteen or twenty little negro boys to imitate the white boys One Sunday morning the con gregatlon was surprised to see a row of little fellows marohingup the aisle chanting away of course they noticed nothing wrongful the preacher noticed that the little fellow who was supposed to carry the incense pot did not have it so he leaned over the pulpit and chanted in the8tLmetune What have you one with the iccease pot and aj 1 the little negro chanfed back I left jt behind tWastoo damned hot I I Unfotuat Jf nutJes7j Mr Lawrence ODam 1trs coli fined tohis home on the SttRQse piLe suffering froaf painful but what are believed not serious jinjuries received Saturday Mr ODaniel was feeding some mules in his neofcthem kicked him with both feet one foot striking the back of his fIead producing an ugly bruise and the other foot striding his two ribs iA fi tit was thqughithiMi he was seriously injured bnt his condition iis steadily improving and prospects ire goods for If speedy recovery Lebanon Pal cone I Who is The fie d ko The Family We all know the sual answer knowIas well that in different families the case differs according to the temperajnent disposmon atd possible fitness of that one of the ruling powers whotakes and keeps the helm Some clever critic has said that in Germany the husband is the head of the household in Prance tho wife in England the oldest son in America the eldest daughter This generalization awakens a smile but so far as the lastcTaiisfc is concerned does it not approach the truth as we seeit here rIte pretty dapghteris easily sovier eigh of her fathers heart The American husband is so chivalrous and devoted to the interests of his wife and family that he is happiest when working for them and providing the means for their comfort and luxury surprised at discovering an exception to jthis rule Such a character as Mrs Henry Dela Pasteur de lineates in pet novel The Tyrant or as Anthony Trqllope jdescribed 1n4He Knew He Was jRight is jftlmost unknown in this land of ours The real des jpbt sweet loving and lovely is tbe girl iIi her tees whom her mother indulgesand her father adpres Ahf well one of these days the daughter may in turn in a home of her own jield hers sceptre to somebody just like herself Thus the woild goes on Margaret E Sangster in the Christian Heraldtt Sailors Who Cannot Swim Some people expressed sur prise after the capsizing of the launch of the New Hampshire at New York that all of the seamen were not able to keep afloat An officer spaaning of this said that the navy was recruited all over the couutry apd that a great majority of the men were lands men when they enlisted and learifed to swim later Up to two ears ago about forty men ouidf every hundred were un able to swim but greefforts have been maderfo learn the art and at theJprasent time that bad been reilucei bne half and bow about eighty sail ors out of hundred are able to swithwell On tbe cruise to tile Caribbean Sea nets were hung over the sides so that the men could not sink or be attacked by toqktheirChristian Herald Bitten By Spider Hodgenville EyErl Lynch the little son of Mr and Mrs 0 W Lynch of the county who was bitten by a spider is noW in convulsions and under the con slant care of a physician The hors body has swollen conoider ably abd it is feared that he cannot recover Drops Dead Qn Street Danville Ky Oct 27Mrs William Gray dropped dead while walking on tbe streetat Junction City She was thirtlr threeyearsof age ind is suj vivfed by her husband and tp small childrAtK r f lOIEIbfYAPTAI C tIw IUdkS11 1 =l Slp11 J VN i uuSlJIJS Jj if I1J ri fy f9M t it 1 c iYJ tttru4w1 + L J WSYOL COUNTY KENTUCKY NOVEMBER fri4giu JttsTICCoU DlSTJCIDJRCB SSinthe Apjenait OquritJdirna1 hcayyirutehes pangEetfcy congressional representation backbreaking OdIIsalways hayepjgmen rf l Ro9 i tJI J it r r BAKING PoWiEt 1iif r Crullers All Cakes VI Biscuits Hot Breads f M iAA1 i I Abo1ute1yftJthftLJj1 i f TILFORD HUF t Witnesses a Strange Spec tacle on the Banks ot the Chaplin rl believe Im sare in saying that my neighborsi will give ine 5 fair ayeage for truthfulness Whenever the public goes tip against a piece of paper with Tilford Huff sifined to itlfolks who recognize the name always take it at Its value without any further Q K Now th re8re some who will probably doubi the truth of the following hap o ningi but undoubtedly came JDdrmy personal observation one day this week As many country men doI live a life rather apart from human beings and so I have taken to studying bird life in lieu of the cOmpanion- ship thkt everybody needs with his own kind Some people think that the owl is the wisest birdin existence but for pure undefile4 wisdom a crow can lay it all over the hooter The other day while out nmy farm I was attracted by a llot of cawing and fuss among a group of crows sn I stopped to watch them They were evidently holding a court and trying two other crows that were looking dejehted and hangdog the very picture of guilt- Juit sham i Topter crows were acting as policemen and standing guard over the pi soners and one old fellow looking as wise and solemn as a Su preme Court jadget wac pjesid ing over the gathering Other crows were going and coming and theseI sized up as ithe usual witnesses and court loafers I watched them fur a least two hours when alters good deal oft fuss between the cros that were leloldfgave hU yerdict to all appear ane s for Im blessed if ail the other crows did tset upon the two prisoners antf peck them tc death after whjich they flew oil In every direction apparently well satisfied with the justice ol the sentence they had just ex ecuted HarTodsborg Herald Dies Suddenly r Lobandi KyfQct 27Mri Ada Hill w1feftftf George Hill died suddenly last ni hiof heart trouble She had been 1d prayer meeting inddied afe minutes after arrivTng hornet Child Hangs Itself When Mrs John Wade of Pembroke wis called to anothe part of her residence to tterit to some household rutf be left her infant daughter lhili chair about which ajx rdwae tied to keep tint Jitt1oJ1e few her reUrii td IItalUngoubOl toiet tht to baby 16 ip 4 oat otiM chair hot the striDjfc has eCife lIi her arouQct the zieck a 4tar- 1ea stranglea LaRne HettS f 1fif t1ociiOpticm r I Frankfort Ky Oct Ifl tTlie r Conrtcf Appeals fc yrs tfijeil l the case of Hugh feisipsjM JE Commonwealth from Lee ojNut ity and set 01 t inf itt saUaJfce law I to 1lingipb 4 verages in llocal optioa iisfccjefai frlk another salt vasii7 case and in reyering the Iccourt the f aae rplisj was assasin Gourlej CkmacHiwjiUA iJqdge Carroll iin th nijie aays that sQ mJcb M tt ft Standing has arisen oferjtlj t 8aldta that Jhe court aia se th4 law It M heUf thai JtiMoot seller orhandler of l 1Aecjo y liquor must W awisa l pecuniary interest iia ritteJ or tranter of the liqjaor belMre a r Conviction can bahad ja tttiai it must be shows that tiw ltiwc t so soldor traosferrSd riiliijjkjjnf eating if therejrriiis mrYielit about i t leI J f f o 0 f ToTheThb GcMrs J ti have bought jjcojpiirly f4at Springfield and am twtftti L j J loose leaf tobioco aIThjs property sIOCst JYathe LjtNd8pOt + 1ng wU be 125 fet1OL tI feet wide wnich ke a M sale floor for the looM leaf b4i t ness and lam hayittf ft wiiilI llighted for tje ii4tf kito r This is very ncary it 1 warehouse tir0tl o dlMiir of light to sell loteea lif WhileIgina Mrairiamany of the tobaeoo grows Washington QOptII set a stranger to tb b iiBMrt Ipiff spent my life ojtij 1- hrB IY3USI busins aa J rJiltin advance that wto OTerte 11 btcco I may b ik m NjJ it houaia sbaH be hiMMtf ia wr hat will get tbe p flwis + best prick poteiMe aU J Ii shall have aeqoare ibsjp1 IJJ deal all the way thJJtjim r Whereto help IftjW f a riehtt urkltirr bpriiM4 ad 1 janot do thr ui4e e U VPover the coaaSf aail ober a J = Jfo ties will help m s do 0 IId VIM you whe ntnpjf bs II grade yor toUoeo outihT keep joar coJory Vibecee em jI selvee ae ift Jf oyieiSi tfi4 market will be foe4 otf aUck colory tj peiaaiiKfridi i iatobacco in a riee jray j mmM 1surelylook fora ROO lJEIlj on the 1910 orop 01 suoot the orppj ss aged by boeee 6im aMWnot tell Jffhiffai LIbsisvy t + glad to War tr- wante I c Wrtt JMJ drioe- iMeakof kbitaMQ sk tr iBff 7frint iVWiiietfog Mpipi m ataTHiiir iebeooo Ihe4 f mfv4 aaa 2 l ft durftvitfp 9AK tkBA Ir + UlJWo WIf tiwast aars 1iy rii T1QUUaT1I Chi1drnOj JJ rOI t VpD ciI r J 7 T 1 1I WSLADRI lii 4 PJkWGLD VL t I A II J y l i J I NUllI li1 i PibHb rs I if r lIt lt1OAli tf t The jhoesk I fr i j r Mr i f so nI2t TsiasT wilSjt iitherof hi L f1tfo j1M1 ey iII voa aLiaIj i Benii y vo- S JOr be 4b f aIIIIII iUyd In 1tl t F wilt iit ft bM ben an boa i fIoHI aY pti1i sad nothing nkitl- L Wksan vokrii IM r beeasrdosiebyh1m How J y r wji IM IMW j H that ef4Jf ci m w dMerred t he baa not MeiitNJiJl k mteek the public fii joeoOclali agbghr t POM 4itk1 oorriipUon and t erIoi rid Such hay S 1 bIs tJmacteria tic feature ol l JpcbM iDCi nomiwbo nedIoh1m beh Repib1I a who 4Wy witk Wowid I t 11D bees corn ip1d iiforQ of hi a IeLooa lrlly andI qip WJleOOrd irith t aM rJir i asking the pq1c iindom i nt- o hii labow in tht public inte eM A a Goof roMman he hub Wi liiBMelf the iriend ol th F qpljj and it can be depended iipoa 1ncejdnt of all tHIrty f 14utMI want their frit d lm efiot be be Docrator RfFbi5pa That he will be ei4 ki a forego conclusion jt taimly qMstios of majority whkfeibotM be llarge as toe I P tsboaiavplact their stamp OTerwhelmingfmljoriiy i wlMj IIiIs4ands for them against the praiiitoryiiitsfgtt OJhey should tfte rtbi nan who Stands be tittt them Ad the IlJiquitouf kAaoco trust battlitfj for their rif his They should vote for tfitf mam who without fear ex pttfertbc cold storage companies Who place upon the market foods that are mnfit for Hand dan esfoostollfe and healttk The 4Y hepgas adTbcated the peoples rights isj3Mwyin of their unanimous Jiorsj tU you stay at 4home and dont Tote you tacitly theImeat trustand the cold storeage r 4storage4f for IS years before they are sold lit lf YOU stay ai home you are ladoirsrnRtheflght that Mr Johasoa has been making to se t retberipealoftbetaxon lo tSyttirbUle the power of thrtob cco iil trsitGotothspdlla 7 and by your k Vote say to the trusts that iou areindorslng J4r Johnson in his t ifaezgainzUhem and that yorrYo e shall be one which will t xbelp breat their power I L l Th man who casts his vote for Ben Johnson on next Tues0 i 6 yi November 8 be that man j Deoocrat or Republican will make1i ilfatke Mr Johnson is CIMth and generous He 1 4li Wiiiaiettffe Fourth District a Ootfreksinan of whom it my be estii eVtr at hispotbatt1icg for the 1 rifcbUotthewholepeople ills t i uajoritjrJn the District should f beVad will be overwhelmingk i r indicaJiJ an unani io VVotevfor Ben Johnson Ben Johpson is the friendi of I thevfcfor saan He has done as KenJmiich for the poor people of the H iltyV Eyen in his young mari i lfppji be gave freely of his means 0 teiucat8vtbe Cbilrenofpoor J 1IMQIIii woiben and for thirty r l conlI ana jftSitttttOBs where ihapoor rpee4ei woald be benefited He t bM Mi Mi cte any one denomi uegthechwrcbes uponj i Wicb 0 bertow his ccntribu t He bssglienio the aap- s4bis4 tbs Methodistt tile Prfceb t t J im iHa Christian and the c4Miktcbrthea alike Be ii IM alwisl ont Msdjtfait every flMiwfa strIving lowird one t fcsjiMtti pf Wif 4 IlyaLloo of lI smU arid for that reM Mr J f t j has pA libtral con li vJtt Ii j 1rt II9iiFl ctya aysI Itle tIe l U rs3M j poor iaus child goea to school alia there beetowed his ctribi- ltid4 tia use1em for thE ealio r of the BTerahf to enamerate Ivtrfboiy in the Fourth Dill fcdct ICBOWS illI about Ben Jbhn MMS charitable worty the pea ple Jiavjtvjtflien the benfitr of hi Sfliberalhi 1iia Hheir own cow muni ties In peopiJohnsonknow Ben hisC V IB the little town of Bards town her wasibl1J dibyeyerybody The poor black tuwhltelanBenaJohI allIclbeffillsj poor mans coal housed the winter and through his op en parse unfortunate little chiliI BenasIneeUIj thmInd of the editor of the H ald every man ought Q votet Ylr Ben Johnson There can be nothing said ainst Ben Johnson He is sn honest honorable an igood If you hear anything to to the contrary between this time and the SlectioA on November 8 mark it down as untrue CharE it up to the ujaprincipUd pam pI and go to the pollsi at gDtiar vote for the maij pb is big 4Qdfullof loVes for every man woman and ad1VMittyVOtei on November 8LaRuXGountyj Herald1 f pay points v newest color and UU fabtics and English SCHOOL SHOES we offer an shoes on the toe 12 to 11 priced at 200 and JOCKEY BPOTS novelty that is and and red or mat 350 and weft sole withdull top Our Nadie for the excellence of the Nadia of our exclusive this ieaons style An 5 cfttUI tnffimed extra oo the front and pairs I trcmc waptiorters euaran teedmifproof boning sizes 18 to as Special It only Fenwick tJL Mr and Mrs Wv lbrkert d children spent Sunday withMr J H Mayes Mr James Anderson was the fneat of Mr Ley a Fenwick ati ffamily Sun ai V Mr WillYankey spent Sun frdayj Mrs Teresa Graves who Bus ben very sick is able to be out againIMr Frank Logsdon has re turned home after two weeks stay at Louisville t1Mr and Mrs James Harmon 11of Valley Hilfy were the guests eof Mr and L D Barker Saturday and Sunday Mrs James Sutton ard Mrs Si 0 Be ley are very at this writing andMrs Edd Bowles ai and Tom Bowles were the quests of and Mrs Lil lie Mayes of Boyle county Miss pora Hugh has returned home after an extended visit with relatives here I Mr Bob Shewmalcer ai daughter Annib spent SunJi y Willisburg Messrs Frank and Harry Janes were the guests Mr Willie Fenwick Mrs Nannie Penwic was ti guest of Mr and Mrs G W en wick and familySunday IJr Mr and Mrs Will Nally andj Mack1VjllMr and Bob Graves and r MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY FILLED OrderPurchasescharges 16 within 200 miles Louisvilles Department GreatestI toioiW mel s and Missesrf I Ready= tc= War Garments All of the and most desirable fabrics and ings prices which you will find surprisingly mod erate missesJinebroadclothsgrays white 5atmissesfinesomesilklinedTOC ffpricedat5 bHO AFTERNOON andmissesgraysrlJ DRESSESForwomen netsjnriApricedjj ManTailored Suits and Coats For Women and MSS t Styles and fit perfect inrougiismooth leadingi EnglishsergescoatstailoredekirtsffpricedMANTAILORED lishsergeshningguaranteedpricedat5 3250WOMEN AfiD colorsandSpecia1Jy Pri ed mixtures at 2500 0 Childlrens Shoes Btmngserviceable made hygienic qualityofpatentleather8 pricedI60a nWe8withvamp collar J1lsowelt 81to50sIZesCorsets 100To emphasize one interestingreduction of best fortKaencel e hook three of hove Saturday at J nig a Mrs l ill Mr Mr Mrs Mr at ypgsd n of Mrs I t at i t I 1I1 RUGSSplendidShowing effects sizes from 6x9 up to 113 x12 feet in medallionItionallypricesran 750iBeautifulmillsaUlustrousnumberofguaranteedservice the9x12 Hasj BODY RUGSFnlldiffirentpatternsgreens blues and many handsome intheas flSpeciafprlce CA SWEEPEtSEve baUbeariDlfinished in oak walnut and ma hnYSpec ny An firpriced at 2 O EPAlRSWe 4 repairiiigo1dsweepers es 1 faq1iIYWfJ the pleasant guests ofMr and Mrs PranlrXGr aves a atMackvillef fIt is spending this week wthhis son Mr George CrUmes of this placed Mr and Mrs Thad Anderson and family were the guests 6f Mr and MrsSG Logsdon and Sunday Miss Pearlp1wiir spent Monday with her brother Loyd Mis Lizziei Anderson was the guest of Mrs Nannie Jeffenes Friday IM Carl Cheathara called in 1tbi vicinity Sunday afternoon ciRumorsoon tR6achin the Top in any calling of life demands a vigf oroiis body and keenbralh Without Elecdh4ltIbuildersIt compels perfcet action stomach liyer kidneys bowels purifies and enriches the blood tones and invigorates the whole system and enables yon to stand the wear and tear of your daily Work After months of trouble1Idi Me thre bottles of Electric Sit ers makejme feel like a new man 50c at Ha don Robertson IL 9ckbridgeii i recentlyrrepined from a two weeks tay in the tit te of Texas where he purchase 6 iO acres of landforMr PeieGiosou and daughter Miss Edit of Lawrenceburg are visitijag relatives In this oom munity We are lad tore ortlittle- Lucy ijale daughter of Mr and Mrs 0S D Pale who has been rIouslv f1croupbeing tretiled by Dr J B Yates of this pltce and Dr Wakeiield of Bloouifield Miss Cetestus Sims of Mercer county Is the guest of Miss Edith Siinms hIMrSunday to Polin to marry Mr Thooras Cuttingly and Miss Neiie Hardn We extend con gratulations James H Devine sold 55 acres of land on Rock Run to James B Devine f6r900r 2 purtobusinsTMiss Bessie Scott is visiting rher uncle Mr VR Scott of Lick Greek Mr Ben Keeling and family Mr Jas Keeling of Fairyiewj Mr It 0 Posted and wife and little son Henry Mrs Ellas Kas and two children Miss thWinnieDewey Jenkins of1 thisplacs spent a most pleasant day with Mr Elmer keeling and family Master Roland Pinkston of this place spent Saturday and Sunday with his grand parents Mr atd Mrs GaShirle1 of Tatham Mr Henry ThompsOn and family pent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Robert Keeling oft lackville i sJ A Sims and little grandson Stanley and sister cFrdNoel of Cross Roads Mrs Elisha White has return ed fiom Lebanon and tis fastim proving The Sunday School has been changed from Sunday evening to Sunday morning at 10 oclo k F orce dToLeavo Home1 Evetyyear a large number of poor suflefers whose lungs are sore and rack with coughs p re urged to go to another climate But thsis costly and not a ways sure Theres a better way Let Dr Kings New Discoverp cure you at borne It cured me of lungtrouble writes W R Nelson of Calomine Ark y When all else failed and I gained 47 pounds in weight Its sureiv the King of all cough and lung cures Thousands owe their lives and health to it ns positively guaranteed for Cou ghs Colds LaGrippe Asthma Croup all Throat and Lung troubles Robertson 100 Trial bottle free at 60candI ifrerJce Defined Mrs XIiuInvtHl inailing paperjrCac you tell rue tin iHffpttuee bctvvecu a visit inn n vlslti lion Mr Mjiicliwed drylyt visitation u y deiir If one muyjudBO by the spelllni Is isorae thing longer than a visit For Instance when your mother comes to see us It would be correct to call It n visitation Character Character Is not cut In marble It la not something solid and unalterable It Is something living and changing nnd may become diseased as our bodies do George Eliot Conscience the commission ofevil another bure witness nRajnnt tbee thou art ffibousand ngalnst tliyself Another jgHt mayest avoIdMbisef thou CUll st fttQuurles it Is better to i tiffer wrong than to do It and hapojer to be soiuetlmea chwitetl than nut to trustt SJnlihsqn J V tr i f IC 4 pLANTE89 I14 v iKI v iOf 47 tr to- f II LOOSE i1SPRINGFIELDI ITancly Quisenbeipy Se Co Ppoprs of f t t t r l LC I Daily FioorijihiI6 o i I E4Someofe T f i edandyo iiderests wffl be taken care of so as to realize best prices for your tobacco i A i I Tandyx qplsenberry Manager i 9 ++ O4Getting Desperate Some of the otllce bulldogs In the large cities are constricted uuparently with the UJea that every possible foot of space must be utilize renting pjiirposes The corridors are narrow the passagewiiys to the elevator shafts nrdItOtilld and the stairwaysl located la obscure corners There may bu tin cscapesbut they are equally obsiure and a stranper would not know where to loojc fur them The occupauts of a room on tilt SPV nth floor of a building of this kind dovutcd to tlu uses of ii tin und life Insuraiice compaiilps agent wre sur prised oui dtjj by thf suddon eiitfadc of a wild eyed man who seemed to bi Irliorlnjr under itmug cxcltcnunt- t iay vnspid the Intruder will omp of loU follows please throw liie outt of this liuildlut What for aslMdouc of the dorks Tve been trylnj for fifteen uilnules to had a way out of it and iziilt rbey did nott throw him out but IOtI2d him to the elevators und bo ccetdtd at last In making his es cape Exrhansef JNearly a School Scandal What might have been a terrible seT sation calling fpr public Investigation and mufti uewspaperlety was averted Uy the visit ofa shocked inanima to ono of our public nrlniary schools A friend of tilt uiotherTraiB calling at the house and tusked the little daughter How do yii like yourNOh iny teacher ot but she Is always asking usfAr a ci UWhntU the mamma In horrified tone seeiliglcon tamlnatlon of this morals of Tot under the teachings of a modern bachelor of the temlnluccmler Yes mamma She says Cigarette cigarette The next day mamma visited tIle school As site entCKHltbo class room e teacher was calling first to one and then to another Sit erect Isit er etWIuile Tot flashed a glance of IntclllKcnve and Didnt 1 tell you so at her mother Wnsp JS a Wise Child An official of the Immigration bureau Iat Ellis Island told a story of a wise little Immigrant cbjld A little girl came over In the st er tfge In search of her father whose name she gave us We sent for the man and he came anti looked at tier I cnnt tell whether this Is Mary or not said lie 1 havent seen Mttry since she was a baby about three months old How ennlI tell then whether tlilsIs Mary or notr lilt was n question we couldnt an swer so we looked from him to the lihld and from the child back to blm remaIning silent Finally when We were nil at onr wits end he looked earnestly at the child nnd said plaintively Am your father hAndquickly Yes you are And so we maJJe her over to him New York Press I tf tHang on Tight When a smokltig car wifti thlrtytlvfr passengers Jumped the track a rail road engineer In the car orT duty vetted to the passengers to hang on tlJbtnnd while the car turned over no one was hurt hung on tight Is good advice In most upsets The man who hangs olt tight to hlmSclf when Wit temper U upset will pt through without hurting either himMf or others The man who bangs on tight to his earnings ends with a competence Tlu man who hangs on tight to his place wben business upsets come generally holds down tultt Job The man who hangs n tight when dlcouratcemtont or tvcn disaster upsets others ika wan to be hopeful about because he will keep light side up whatever else turns over Philadelphia Press Odd Shaving t HabitJ It iiu11 tunfof men who shave rrtnsclvcs not one in fifty can use the razor with both hands nd to this may be added other curious facts about the shaving habits ot the aver age m npThere Is the president otntrupt company ID New York who be toils his friends always shaves himself standing In a corner of the room and facing the wall He was a poor coun try boy and like most boys bought n razor on the sb There was no mirror in his bedroom and rather than let his people knowVbat he was bout be faced the walland scrape away by sense of feeling Onre accustomed ttojhis method he never nceded agiasa There Is a United States senatof formerly a farmer who for many years share himself sitting on a milk tug Stool i looking nt his reflection In a Jbucketlt water That was what ibe dJdas s boy and man on the farm ind he aays thpt he cbufdQ rtave Btandln BpTJScw York Trlbuue S I = = r Moores AirTight Heater Does the Work of a Fm nacett I I All nickeled pups ore of the very highest finish through a process known only to the House of Moore one of fhe polished parts tomes In potlah SHUtTZ CLEAVER h McElrgiBartofi 0iI hayo in hands for sale the iwhichthat wishes to buy property 10Q Farmeontaining 1154 acres well located igood six room dwelling tenant housejarfd barn pricift 4000 101 Farldof 180 acres 5 room welling houfle 2 barns price 32 per acre r fromMackvilt 103 Farm of 135 adres seven and one miles frOm Springfield good tenant ouse and two barns inostiyin grass rice 70 per acre 106 Farm 45 acres good house and barn good fand and well fenced Price 4500 107 Farm1 170 acres located 5 miles from Springfield Ky small house tock and tobacco barn well fenced and watered Psice t60 per here 108 Farm 170 acres one mile from Mackville wayI waylaystion Price 12000 ff from house and good bUD 10 per acre 110 Farin rio 2mites from Springfield 5 rpom dwelling small newlyfented111 Farm 140 acres 3 12 miles from Springfield nice dwelling and barn all lays well newly fened and mostly in prass Price 5750 per acre 112 6 roofy frame cottage 2 acres of land nice Jijttle barn and other out Springfield213 Farm of206 acres 7 12 miles rom Springfield ld per acre 4 i TREESS k I Eyeryjhing for Orchard Law r Write for Catalogue NQ a ents LLENMEYRIJseipgton u Ky fo1LI1NEYIzrAIad31SIITIiI Its by far the greatest heater on earth Built c ir au ferent than others Heats circulation ins twd of ralhtatar One Moores Air Tight Heajer ffl heat your atire hoiii Jip c stairs and down and keep every floor as warmas hotjh yttiJiW a furnace It Heats theair in the farthest room tie MOW tF tureas the air inthe same room as the stove Saves Over Half YQW Coat BilMoores Air Tight Heater burns hard coal or the cheapat k14ot JfiMC and canbe run at less than half the cost of other heaters tfj The Egg ShapedDome and Hot Air Flue Firep t consume all t1M ort aI In the coal thus overcoming the smoke and soot nuisance as well as asdacthe fuel last longer There are no clinkers and no cinders The Dust Flue takes all the dust and small ashes up the chimney thus preventing them from collecting on the floor and furniture t ashesfting pan The Handsomest and Handiest Heater EverMaael tl it1OJ keeps the stove like new for a whole year The Air Tfeht Draft Control en ables you to Md a fIre from 24 to 41 hours Fire never gQ sout overnight and is always under perfectl controlI t SSSS All parts are surface geetid tIttogether air tight NoW btjMfc c L tos wlcklng used In Jtll expands and contraCts with tiMflMftt so that the stove Is and under complete cotoel at II1Ij times I t Stop In ad let secret of ourOpM1 ijaisliiy and tnany other feature kYetroom here to 1ILItI 1At WIj iVf to youthatone of theea lieattoi SriM replace two or eves ttre IttHBiaaC flg iMtttr ifoclEtthM rt iimhm t FOR SALE BY IL 1i 8 J t rr Rea1Estate Agents- We SpringfieldjTsmall fruit and Shade andGarden tljtidifprinciple T ITo The People fL i i fiWashington t i 1 County l- oi1 t Ippt3OquiysI 1 t t prepared by buying in adva c to offer 11are goodvalues for their money We rt r- I i ttaakVoAC ia 11 I find Vhat you want at pur t unusual low I pfiot t I 4S4 1 t rt I CAMPBELL rr I1 I r B1ti ir goooo jO Ii Fine QpPOoooOtIftIf e flfftI g Qnepf the finest fare iii N4Mi cmiM Q ated on the Beech Fork riy r 3 mAm II jJ town Fine tob tcco andtoCkfara = Ci lui o 516acri ofwhich 100 acrea I riYe LMbD266ic i acres fine up land 85 acres in wk ext 171 acra ii 2 timber six room dwelling 3 toMurt UtH tobarni tool shed iranery cctacnb lot kw tall necessary outbuUdiiifs FHM wM wand in every field For fWttr psimIasIsIp- honeoraddreu i8 HAGMJ BR 9Bardstewi K7 jD I If 4 I Ohilren Cry FIR FLITCKEr C ASTORIA rfect1vtt w w T nt lT YR T ly Usi01IltTNIITIr FJJ 1IETIEXTIACTED t ff NITHOUT PAIN4 Loapilf 1nIIIL1 T iF AM JIDtlW9f tirtL RJ 4 MUDD A J ll t ud SMel JULiOboUr8to9u2 11o 2 pxn t IeMoYer Haydojaa Drugstore J it JlLflRptonM D 7 rrfk Mtellhtra Rwse t t Oftk Pheac K 9 i- r v Residence N 38 f ji IiiosiAtORNCY AT LAW- O S eftr POS uk- I J totmLD Xy aatJ II t r Df MW HYATT t QtIoei tro Red CroM Drug CMn fIM hOar Hyatt1030 to 12 m 1 to 5 pjp J If MAYES FUIEIAI IiLCTOB jID LIICE1SFOEM8AUEH R ftLKPHONE DA ff9iiNQHT74J0 t fjf i SPfiUGFIELD D UlMMl Schedule V J llowiig iithe time schedule jM ii effect on tbeBardstowh fUj7Sprlqleld branch railroaa 1iJo41LKve Louisville ai 4 I2p mj B rdsiown Junctioi l2 p m Bar wWn6t6p m arrlvM aVt Springfield 655 p m io42IMvC Springfield i ll 00 Am Bardstown 645 am BwdkWQ Junction 7BOSim rvi at Ixnisvilie 820 a in vjiit 4iAveg Louisville a 7tO a Brdtow JunCtior tt 85A in Bardsiown 1005 a m v wriv at Sriniid 1140 pm No 44 Leve Springfield ii 1 ItOOjj m bardstoVvu 220 p m r BWstown Junction 410 pm 4 irritM t Lioaisvilfe 545 p m No 80 Sun1on1yLeave s Spnn fiild 715 a m Bardstowii Pmardtown JunctioL I S45 aBQ jfeyea at Lonisviirt 315 am v No UlSutl 1asohlyLeav I lio iia lltit 600 pm Bards gr Jiiuclioa 645 p in Bards lor iiir1It7IQP01tLrrlves av 0prinfi ldat825pm 4 t t TIrancllji C Jiw k mint allows a certain degree of tIIiRce ju coIns For example the r 9jtA 4wWt eagles standard weight te NS lCrIIIMand the thlwuue allowed Iii IwtlfagralnX coin of this denom i gtihHt BMy weigh as little as 515Y fSiUiiii or as much ns rilO Yl grains but I = 2c le 8 tbaltbe fIrs nor lo-rptO second Sgure fie standard 84kt of the silver half dollar is 1921 atns and the lolePanreallowvd Is 1J MU4 i TTbls col uuijTnaBlgh US litthi M 1014 grafaisiand aS much as 1044 ftlM bvt oexe less tiMID the Ors a aSratare tbu the second figure Tbt fmuMrd iieilces bfAfl gold and silver ig o la tb gdcoins devIii iMMf oiily ome ionetbousandtb from ifcbJltowed and In the sliver coins it I tiree onelbouxnudfh The sc e lled liveTcent nirkfl Iillit nljly ZlCr vent nltJl Ow rt lu1n topi per One viMit jiiv Uttt4 sit teat copper and h illrq ui tin andt 4cPh1iidelihld ltyeord firWaltr Csfls Debts The iwllantjrite fnlluiv threw upon Wr JVulter Svott Hit roxjuiwlliillty for lUcX ur4iJ500 mill lie prand old k lumt11ntelt I1 tlit1t the mlgbty itiL Jf payiuj ltbtst ntlvUiRtandlu tb viay3t Lcrc efforts liii bis part b JiTe r succeeded in puvIn Mt nit He Ikiftte best ke coall but bi bad to Isped jwleiy bis wrltiugs a 4tlif tukwns more than mortal man t l xCMtldaRConiiillsh As his jknvers fail i he JcaBpossseI1 of Ilie lden tadI1fhis debts wfoe paid and tim Lgj MTa n free min and In this beliefr it k PPl feinaiiMd till Ms doatb x York Ajflerlenn J-t g Better Dream iDh I J IiiI jIPrfeel dreanLi- fj a the mait by C t hrde ltyt t f bud1 tppoatf d after SOP j FyUdtot 111 II1 vmt a dKain s IlIu1 4 II slKiXi trom tin roan Then pke ilahd rvjriiiiIiftiHv W1 m rJiJ bhl At Iftr ulLtIPmPcPtn etiJuyyot r LaaSnw tUat was afraid of wakuii jjrMlIP the Baniben replied rLL tTPrftr jJny jjrJcsajf6 ai JteW clergyman ting Sunday da yln a rejnot Mht anong t Ycwkshlre wnId Mttr JNwlHS iervice the old 1erl f Wm aad observed So 50 4L thiMKhivianM doye Jioov tj kuew what to make a tlwt eri if + I e Spas no tEe 1 jfTtI 4 J 9ff- 4alienIsmifcraeter It may In f l ifiH tkrustluto J 4il fklxini ed as to ifof tirf V4calJ sub taoce b iiI TOWN a riJIl uuv nt Uvvro IUWg8 ii Local Happenings of Interest It ThFruhest and Latest i IAJlAtoMt rHlrj Friend II and Acquaintances lIII lnnnlIjr I lPttbJitj Siakilt I Senator Thomas H Paynttj yQJerlof1W Tkurday afternoon at theI Court House at 1 pm in the interest of the candidacy j Hon Ben Johnson offr FJiS1LEA sow arid five 50 lb shoats C L Grundy For uptodate millinery see Miss Willie Knoll Watnen Shader have the right hat at the right price Barred Plymouth Rock Rpoiters foe slie75c i 1Mrs J i T Yase J The latest style in eterytbing iio the millinery line at Miss J Willie Knotta Mound City Paints imay cost a trifle more but4 j iLeoHaydonJi Nice new line of tnmmed and t ready towear hats now on sale at Wa ben Shadfird Marriage i ewas issued l tbls week to Robert Coneway and MiSs Clydia itaynolds JThechurch will serve a dinner coun g ty court cay in FebruaryC ure bred brown leghorn sters for sale fctanly Thompson R R 3 t Hertlein Bottpma soldr tov Iro Christopher Montgomery two nice black two year old uaresfi p I warifa good tobacco tennant for the y6ar of 1911 a JK Walls rNo2 i Springfield fey box 99 it err l hand tailored Suits just in at reduced d prices See them S t Mrs Willis 0 The Ladies of the Pre byteT l rianchurch will serve an Oyster npper November 5th from 4 to 10 pm on tirst floor oC Opera douse Everybody invited J Fire of unknown origin de itroyed thestock baitn of Mr loan Gheatham on llaslrSatur lay morning The lloss vas but 500 with 100 insurance The ladies of the Pleasant j Grove church will have asaleottt cakes chickens and salads on i Wednesday Nov 2BraVat Hagan Bros Patronage solicitbd LOST Between St Rose and Springfield on Sunday OctoberE JUt an amethyst rosary wthc8t gold chain Finder will return roo Miss Emma Nunan i Mary Delena the 18 rnothns Iold daughter of Mr and rsJ- L Barber died on lastSaturday liter an ilIne Soffive weeksi Puberal services were conducted Sunday afternoon at St Dom ales Little Caiharine Green the2 year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Geo Green died on las Thursday of pneumonia She had been ill only two days fturial wasin St Dominicsceme terv Fridayafternoon 1tSTRAYEDHOn my farm about three months ago a black heifei alfweighti1 about 450 pound OWner can have same by paying pasturage and f lthis adv n tfseraent v H GShewmakerfd 3 i iTheIootball team from Harp Tpdsburg will come to Spring field tomorrow and play the High School team and the tear u1 the Deaf and Dumb Schot4ob Danyille will play School On Nov 12 on the grid ron at this place It is not of ten we hays the opportunity t witness a game of football at home and each occasion willI dOubtless bring out a lug Icrowd VLiie the ballot for the el cllion this y flr is a small iffair itJ has on it more iiames perhapsIj tliatomany people know EveryrJ oacibu beard of Heir Johnson the Democratic nominee and off Dr D WV Gaddie the Republii Q lflee t fwkDeW is i TO PICSIi MM Teeth II tracted Withl out PAIN ortDANGER No charges when plates are wanted tWORK i office is firstclass fiAL and just as ad i ALLARD D D4SS Ig I Springfield Ky i IMr Edward G Austin yet his name will be on the ballot as the nominee of the Socialist party NOTICEAll persons indebted to Hennessy Baker must come nat once and settle else I snail have to sue to collect the unpaidI accounts Marshall Duncan Mission at Str Rose 4 IVjv Fathers OConnor and teary are conducting a Mission at St JRose this week services ire held twice daily in the ore noon at 8 o lockand in the afternoon at 3 oclock Both are eloquent spankers and theatt tendance each day has been very large t Tobacco Barn Burns The largo tobacco barn of MrI John Royalty near Booker burned on last Sunday night to ether with eight acres of toac o stored thereiu Uo buggys one horse and farming implements The origin of the fire is unknown as there had been no- fire about the building The loss h about 2OQO y A Good Show The Pightng Parson wasC played at the Opera House 9 Tuesday pight to a smalls ed J udience owing to the threaten t ing weather A good show was expected by everyone as the company had played here before nd those who attended were not isappointed it was tha best bow that has been seen hera for some tImeTbe play itssff was excellent one and each actor played his part well Auto Burns The Reo automobile Owned by Mr R HEj len Sr was burn ed on lat Sunday night The machine was ouV of reparand was nat in running condition laving broken down ona rIcent trip to Springfield On lust Sunday Mr R U Edelen Jr- DrC A Edelen aria a Chauffeur had started to move the machine o and were towing it behind a larger automobjle When they reached St Cathari nes they observed it to beon tire An effort was made to extinguish the Barnes but the oil about the engine became iignited and ithad to be abandoned and was completely desiroved The loss be ng about 500 fi f Horie Killed While eturntnKbome Tuesday night Mr Thomas Edelen had hi buggy overturned and a vat uaple mare killed When he rekched the junction off the ardstcwn and Blooipfield19 pitfe Ibelow town be met a buggy in which were HONard Ttlham and Sherwood Weakley The pug gys collided and Edel ns buggyr was overturned The frightened animal began to run dragging buggyand occupant until for tunitely for the boy the harness broke and freed the horse from the buggy tbeJ1continued to run until sdueka wagon near the Farmers Loose Leaf To bacco Warehouse and was so frightfully mangled that it had t be killed Attbe same time Mr Lenny Moljitireaceptnpanled by a young lady was reurnifig from the play at the OpQra House when his horse becamel frigliteded at theiunaWay and turned buggv and occupants over the bridge below the railroad into the- o bracch below However all es caji unhurt r J For SaleI J fvills ll private1 one thirj 6 ughbred trotting mar with saddle bred colt at oi4el in foal t0 Jack two brood sows one thor oughbred Berkshire sow arid one new 2 horse wagon with harness Mrs Ada Davison CoiiMa = e ghttg the bpoteggrs1ntiz ne during te p st wek42beref numberbfiSlQOjIfrom 15 to 40 days It looks lii squirrel wHlbe scarce for a time as alsquirr ls will e igintiwetocomeJ j The case of rather vs Keel lag has been on trial since last Friday It is a controversy over one eighth of an acre land in North Washingrou There has ben much expert testimony of surveyors as to thei variation of the needle and other features of the case The case was argued yesterday afternoon iand submitted 10 the jury BrownOder MjssEdithfriends Monday by eloping t Mackville where they were married by Rev Yancey Th groom is a son of Mr Chas W Oder who lives near Willis burg The bride ISR daughter of Mr anoVMrs Erastus Brown and a reSent of Louisville Accompanied by her mother Ishe had been spending severall days with Mrs Browns brother Mr Fred Hughes The young people had been keeping cons t pany for some time Mondayj morning when Mrs Brown had decided to return home Mr Oder left the Hughes home withj the daughter as all believed to ButonltheMackdlle and hadthe knot dtt Notice oTht that the cool weather now upon us is sufficient to keep medts over night and that the unnecessary opening on Sundays thrIdItchi ithyour meals for Sunday umpi ftion on Saturdays James Moran Jr U A Thompson Hunters Notice I Tne undersipned tiotify all persons tlianobunting wiSb S allowed on tbejr lands t JH Nallj Parrott Bros P 4 FSCNL iMr and MrsCurtisHirdestyj j of Mrsli John Thomas of Shelby were week end guests of Mr and Mrs PS J Thomas Hon Sam T Spalding of Lebanon was in town Monday I Mr Will Robertscyrspent yesJ terdayin Louivllief EonsJ W S Clements of Louisville iis here this week Miss Annie Laurie Haybourne is the guest of Mr and Mrs B DLake Mrs Wiil Roberts and Erv nest Tong weraf jn Lebanon Sunday Mr andM is Iftjcie Royaltv Kirk wood are visiting Mr au Mrs JI Royalty Mr and Mrs RH Edelen Miss Celia Smith add Mr Ton Edelen of Louisville and frIChas Baker of New Castle la diaba are here4to attend the l1errhompson wedding thisj aftern ooni Dr and Mrs J H Hopper eri tertained their triends ata HsJl ioweenparty Moad y evening Miss Catnarine Slinras enter schoolllat St Catharines Messrs Ed and R b lt Moran entertained their friends at a storm patty Fridsky night Miss Roxie riee who attends school at St Catharines spent Sunday at home M1df J Graves returned Friday from a trip l16 ladianapo us In dIMrs Joe Mudd and baby p f Crpdk s are spending the week with Mr and Mrs Byron Jroali e Mr and Mrs JohnMahon Lebanon visited Mr and Mrs ES Mayes Sr Sunday tMr T po Tapp has returnE from a visit to his brother Dil lard at St Louis Mo Mrs Tapp had to remain longer to await the recovery Miss Math r tha Tapp who became ill wil appendicitis shcrtly after their 8UffiCi1enI turn home Little Miss Mary Cplvin isjll jjPflejoj tit W AOlvinofF1rfTeld V18 t iIIgrelaues entertt1iici4jjay he occasion being a shower iParlyt for Miss Laura Baker acceptedeposition as mHliiJerat Bootes yule i v Mi DtSXrs A Pbp of Rich mondjVa audis wife and 9b11dhave arrived here where Mi Phaup viill beemployed this season as tobicco buyer for the fol P Taylor Company Mrs Wj T Leachman enter tamed a number of friends yes 5terday afternoon at Etjch re J Messrs JH McClure and E S Maye3iJr spent last week in Cincinnatii Obio MaggieMtwith Misses Mabel and Nannie Thompson OrM r W Campbell has returned fiom Louisville eMr Fred Stem hog returned to accept a position with the Springfield Tobacco Warehouse Co as bookkeeper Miss Mabell WUJiams returned roci a visit to Lexington and Louisville MrinHiiv r ic y Jr 4 A Good Position ttan behadby ambitious young mun and ladiem tha field of Wireless or Railway telegrabhy Since the ffhour Jaw became effective and since the Wireless companies are es tublishing stations throughout the country there is a great hortage of telegraphers Posi ion pay beginners from 70 to 90 per month with good chance advancement The Niti nal Telegjaph Institute operate six official institutes in Ameiica un del supqrvision of R R and Wireless Officiall and places alll graduate into positions It will pay you to rrit them lot full details at Cincinnati O or Puijadelphia Pal MidSeason Sale New Beavers new Far and Velvet Hats redand blue poppies lThe reason able prices will surprise you Come in Mrs Williams IIrIPliLSle f Having decided to quit faroj ing I will on feflflcsflay Hoiefflher i9 t 1 oclock pm sell to the highest bidder the following iOnei in foal 1 6year ojd batf hcrse a good onei 1 weanling Hackney filly I1 jged bay mare bred to Bouncing anaughtj i coming 4year old horse 6 stock hogs weighing about 140 lIbs4 1 sow and 8 pigs good brood sow 1 twohorse wagon 1 rtvohOrsvheat drill 1 disc harrow 1 Deering binder good as new 2 breaking plows singlefbuggydspring wagon a good phaeton 2 sets buggy harness a lot of gear 2 cross cut feaws 2 50 gallon kettles 2 post hole dig gers an old fashioned spinning wheel 1 grind stoue 2 lo chains about 6or7 hundred sticks of tobacco 12 hives of bee a lot hoes jLnd corn planter a gravelt b dbt lot of old iron householdi and kitchen furniture rrERMsAllsums under 20 cash Over that amount credit- II l unil January 1 1911 E W WATHEN Commissioner sale tW3blngtou Circuit Court Ky Wm Sympson et al Plff EquityRobertBy virtue oi a Judgment and ordc y ot sale of the WashinGton 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 Bardstown Ky on MONDAY NOVEMER 15 1910 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout to the uponJIaccredit welye months the following described property ttxvyit certain parcel or tract of Knob Nelsoqcountyd e lands of Mrs Ellen Bealmer David Irvihes heirs and Summers and Bea1m and being the same land conveyed decedent Jy A Sympson by A JJ Whittinghill containing 175 acres mo or lless For the purchase pric the pur chasers with approved security or sureties must execute tyond bearing legal interest from date of sal until paid and having the force and etfect benreIterms C F OSLEY lit C W a caw fi I 1L lT iI i NEW FALL CQODSTS i j i j r 1 1rueA now being receivedv by us daily tnJ = t3f rS- rI r 4ina few days will have Oijeii 1 JffWf jt T i j i and ready for your inspection one of JJn bi- Iif aJI Is- IsI1 I rr ifo qiti 4 v tttt Ii liiie of Dry Goods Drei GOOd iJ V A 1 r r fjt tt1rjI fti Trimmings Novelties and fJotioiayt AA1aJ1 j it has everbeen ourpleasure to show 4 f r f ii o I ii42s4 Aoq Z- iI ==Li o tr 40 Jt IO r U We are now I showing a DANDY tOT of 4 ai 4t 1r II f fJ II C1othllgIff d t I r I 4 S t Shoes Hats Shirts and Neckwear 1 t l C i1yjI =z=r 1 t t I Dont rail to see our stockof 4 1 J J I f 43Vdp IM1 rt i i r I Ladies QnfiiDUllo Cotsg 1 jI i iLiii4Si JrI Jbpfore buying We willbe pleasedI i L 1 I The 1RobortomCiaybroooke bi 9t I Lia L INCORPORATED fAtjS t ti 0 kcl Beats Air tThis is quoted from a letter of M Stocicwell Hannibal Mo I recent Idoses J I tie completely cured me Contains Ibo opiates HafyBbn Boberfson I MADEJ GOODAS A SupperI I IThe Old Lumberman Got t Without the Least Effort IuboI penob tund st10Im but in 1n1 andi coffee and so on through the bUt of fared Once In awhile generally be- fOre theyd got licked Into their reg tsr wInter moldsome fellow would kIck against the routine hes been hired to do something else or hed be hanged If hecj cook anyhow Then tberewereM1cll nH I remember e little rebellion begnn hot nntl rparing and died InIIIntb a laugh uH round thanks to an t genlous old soul nit quIet Good and fatUncleNed we called t We got back tO camp ope bdugryiI Ifind the tire nearly out and ugrf1MQmhgrout the best reflated crisEa4th declared be wouldn be cb6lf and It looked like a silpVerless night flU Un Icle Ned spoke up in his quiet wily Dearmesnys be what a time about cooking Why fts the easiest thing iq nature to get supper Now boys If youll nil wait on me Ill be I Itied1II chair and lIdt his asdllstants ave It Now Dick said be the flret thtqg C9 you to do Is toget a little we d and start up tbe Ore Isaac Just step down to the brpok i and fetch u pull of water r You JIac while the tires getting under way wish a few potatoes and get em ready to put on hen the pot bolls F NOW Iake you edttta few slices of pork nnd put It ou over the fire to fry But Uncle Ned we all shouted to get bet y9U wl s9 get supper Ws said be calm and easy as ever I was to get supper but you were to wait upon me Jfom said be youd better get the dishes ready Webiekwl some but twas no use wed agreed to wait on hlnmf hed be cook When everything wfls ready for supper there the old man still sat In tilE spruce chalrhadnt stirred an InchS5Dear me dear met said be here I have got supper uudlwas one olbe easiest things In theorld We were caugbtI smiled tthe old lumberman andesat down to supper o In god temp and everafterward- we bnd +Uncle Neds propoSIUoQlfor a byword wed ng thing ptoVidpd we could be waIted upon Youths Companion a J No Utfi For Them lI wfftchwl your 8l ter fixing her hair the other day1 said Mrs Dagger to walidl must sijy sbespot tthe most refined person In the world Xoy replied l1trhu bund with a nelllKerent air You ilont approve o 2Prerul sniff youd never see lao with iny mouth full or Imirn Of course uol 3appd What y tiwouldJ olnstchtbQUc StMrd awl T1iue t l Childratt OryWFOR FLETCHERS iASTOi r i tf h 4t tSTo Burley Tobacco Fair tI- Given by the WashinjtH Ct Ttiwcct WarefcMSe Ct EEAAt SPWKCFIELD KY SATURDAY WOVEM19fi5j t 1st 2nd- ir Best Bright Leaf Slg00S 500 Si w Best Red Leaf 7t50 5OQt 2IrjBeating 750 JVKOQ a Best Trash 250 2 50 SIX 6 goad medIUm hands tied tog ther compose a uie S d m your samples and come and l tstalk tobacco If yog it nd te i exhibit write us at once No entrance fee Everybody iatrlW W attend no charges whatever Our warehouMlocsA tMiit RJIfwM is ownedbYthefarmerantLrun fO rthfffarMe rIAN cpaaw sell with us and better hogshead arketa and i1M atcu Bring your tobacco to the Old Howee apd get highest pocC 1Plenty of s41bleandshed room FREE I FIOBT T BOHANKOli LAI T1 GEN MANAGED ND Ap lfiX k rcYOU CAN i HAir fJ2I Warm i Rolls Pies I Cream3Light jja- nd iJ I t Rye Bread If every morning gt 11 clock bytj i phoning or eailirtg at k iS 4 Katie llertlelnA + i J Phone 69 r r 1 tiwsI f Z 1fA tS tI L Try One of our Grape Juice iii iIiI i t lIIICft1f Dscllned toTarry Horelrt if It IttfltiinjtolC5- t his iiiyly UavsJ nt trcuipliiS lu the English provluwji lAt one town 1trilit ptaylUf loiiet husIuesK The ii ts of ihftgaN lery were Ttu mid l111P iVfreiitbMrt siiike Jt1tlIft- on stie ttu the 11ff WbnM wLieskv- iii returnWoU which d fII the ualletrftrsclalmed Doat IrroiWt returufWior Were gi4N sN shall tno tactrChte go i1n1 UtJamu- As4ge Y wa q4estlbing at a ta t shlBtri ati unfalr jlaw Tftlpeople wider this law ht said Sir very ItehI In the pasitloii oItajJMT WMigtOWifttache AsJ lbs it- ticwas hrkfasthug the tker MiH InKhls servant said toWni YiiIIrt butt of vM sir JIbtl i jjW jWj e tie l I tKlBk yea + t replled Its y ashiItoa star a 1L k fDontJ i v lY t to your own irifcMifet WaS p to The factttai 4uus bit judges in the d f afl thrdry goods iI S th must bt reo feri aa 4 1 lKra what n opieyoli WlilSSi UrMoM terest JiN ta bwy4ag hJthetrado 4 Grunc1j Mdm 4 nt 1liif iIe ufi fea4 IiiLi4l1 nI4 llrtf froM fM4f i5 i Lkin r oi JYlItHlo gqMiliirtyfmirtk Mr avershty cTeMMt r a ctt MtLw1 JIJ t1cbIis st t ISD S JtIr IIqkIrJr r 1 MIIIe j lJloM tM ws lbs ks- criIy cr- aa eoiIg In IH io- wigt tV srtW1I- SVIII tt 1M iI I1ht ij rrlrt sa1 Ibbi the 1Uadpbla boa Ji1taltrhr felphftTl r r V 1r w 7 j t 1 ct + II i Yadit iI J e PAM1rcHft it ai w jaJI J bus tw c ps a 1Id iat ssI M 1SSd IOee ttbs-M eav a eoaat Taeee two are al r bs bus sescid f iec ate to reeera a third 1 aieaSBtleeaaa SC lefcPBfe SjlTeBi W I UK ssd CcNWaf a Deither prtth at party of ftrjj j HIft I seeatsatfaaar r 9J1eti YidIt eIIIWait 1er a endM 1a Jnc1 SS lflit la at seraral ptecee MarblfeMr Pctsic EwttM atsid c taeJK Lawreace rer aj rktt tb ftUMl1IIu6L t a sbr tthtE b It ms blitb s aoaw aM yaeatssaesi irs pM w usMe s p7 t- hefhltM BertkMHUn 1 Os evcksg w11s NsSus f t tim k tttftri Wy that rck7 ee it MJM ws 411KriclScUISSwasthssssaIdsk c W I frc as aMdsd taId= i u1sIt ittiiii anay a Yry- bu ski fwb aft c a cplc elt S aiw dsrle wldda ci 1IIiI bcbpd id rHTII1 kip ply cdd d1isst-MM w bMq U4a p d or Mi off vith a irrr BO OM tIIL TldaI at Ieut MM that aaj oiwlii tor got MM cf te MtotJa ofttkor of tboio threes tie M TW oaly other theory vat tMt Ii b dud WJNaIM Wr all OTT tko world and W lo AJMrtea lee UM parpoie I Waid bg take ItJIdIM t khBtbog80 hla to dlrort t w bMfrIsIcsboliigca tciwIth ae 1ers jtoj isir oaovffh to the jSUM yacht it oaaMo M to oto wktji J vaa that we JbthwAsu pple 81- e Itl i Ytat thare ithee pe1 w Mgi be- ctaj a ir yacktt Mt RIOtJ i J Mstttti frffli JMT Hack WM mt MM U t ward tw 7aieiit we nIlltJIIt 8 a sap apcMsgysr7 ala 4S1lass 0 apeee c u- eifiW1 walttec half am bear a9iagIt iMfu 4 a party bad COM aR1p lIMa ber fr ceo NfpeH sr rr8ttIIIIt cda wU aotiry bteJt cor at tHe vlpat ttH crtw tnmM kare been tilra Ui1Ji th wcead thki 4 l ihlMllilgr wttt MMC uel tiers etift IN M oItJeet for icy party to M9P9 ViiUW tor water 9rfav rden to Mean ap al c side tH 1tacJlt Tkt koji a 1Ltb eYe54iM a IRe 1dre te ta aWL A Ire iit lia the Me7 livery teieaciac te tie yacht was IB its di f 1m the J ckcn la tie after part yessel fire MtCIeS of aialemBd fs waartar app rs1J the latter la MIg that ladles b4 beeR aboard c froa tiaTe Baeatiosed or fcysery to added 1Jeeoga1ed a dress co- ati j Jeeker as oae te bis wife Be at with varylag eaao VtfMM There was pleasure at tIM ui- Letbat his wife at lent a4 heea srtly alive There was bttaraeaa Iit aae aricht aaTe heea Bring OB this tbt with a paraeaoar Thelre was eir1eet tksbe kid so receatly lirea Yae siael BMC With aoaM tale Mectaae P1ataytfcte jacdteaieat I tOW Wla fjsJejtktarhe salght easily be talstakea- la Ute dress Bift he Kakl that it was the eaetai wkkfe he had must liked to see his wisV arrajwi t atut the only one of her wanirobe that lit would sarely reeaIw We weal throusb tie yacht from aleqt te Stere kxAlng for some ex amitiefl nf the mystery Every state tR every meitnrl was ranmick aebux door stood partly vff i acd iloefced la ta see It BMV 0k4besei pat in te Mght a aew Irer TheuM Ire was still saMd r LiicT only thbHc we discovered swaa4th t theyacht had aadoabtedly beet Rw4e la B rl ad All tie sMk v art asirks M the laMiiac aad farai tare Were JtagHfh TIle aphotetery knownwmy hehka ark I 4ea s lltl8tllMlvH that there warn a aa abaard we left th1 I a aaaialsBs sad retaraed to our own y Met 1 Indwred Wlagate to sit downI1 Ji tediMwr he wo M vat nothliHf and eiicasjr tie awttfr Be wanted to xo- siaewfv tie next day sad search the c it T1ti I asd lelH a ekoM outiproaI icet ewiHIIJwW a March party Do Yoii Get Up With fa Lame Back f TiIbk JI Yea Mj JTeaief irsrjsWr Irwinri sfTtf rilartri wsap Zeot the greet kidaey liver ad 1== JblsddrrsmdybeJ H abet health restoring Liti SwaM kent fttlfillIa alatort WfIV1wWa ia over comifif rhemaiausia palm is the beck kid MIS liver bladder na every part of Ute purinary aware It corrects inability to cRascaadcaiThrgpaininpeeinite- ebdsctjJoUowingaeeofliquorwine cc beer adoyercom that unpleasant asesaaity of being coa pell d to go oftea tktwtgk theday and to get up many- deses jvji jpijat 5wispRMti otj eieade for- nwytWac boat if yo hive kidney liver or idder tremble it will feefound just tile riesedy yoa ieed It baa eaoIloaghly tested ia private practice aad has prod so stfceeeafal that a special ar iiiageaet Sttbes a aa k by which all readers of this paper who have not at ready tried it may have a sample bottle sent free bf miii also a book telliHgl acre aho t SwajnpKoo and bow to- iacstifyoievckid ClCI Uwble W tiOli iiiljair thii gattetomr oer1atlatpapr and Mcl o Mckee to Ikt ti1me =Co J ha tolTY Tie regular fiftyrcasit and oaedoXar sixe bottles are sold by JDRieanymistakeRt Dr Xilsaarrs SwawpRoot and the ad iraM l fha toaN YOII every bottle beati the beach in a daa ata country irhera there was nothing but wild aoMe or cariboo But Wlngate stgv vested that the party qta tbeBameiasa jatfhckave gone ashore for huntIng pvrpoees and I at last consented that the aext day he might take three of tHere iou and spend twelve Iowa te looking for tSe deserters of the yacht Pat overnight something occurred to tender this inadvisable We set a light oa Ute aamelaaa and left one aaan to watch on our own vessel which was all that was necessary since we were at anchor iti a smalt bay I- nfO weather One man watched till eight bells midnight when another man took hla place Wlngate wished me te pat a malltoo the nameless and 1 did At two bell IB the moraing Wlngate who had slept little during the night looked oataf Ihe porthole la his state reep far the yacht Not seeing her and supposing that he was not on the right side to see ber be got up and west ea deck The nameless was nowhere te be seen Be came to my room to aaaouaca the fact I asked him what the watch reported about the disappearance and he said that be had found the ma jodbd asleep t Putting OB a bath robe I went oa deck Tbe first watch said that the QSJBe4esaN wAl In position when he was reweved so she must have pulled out daring the second watch I asked If aaythlag was known of tbe man who had been stationed on her but was teld that he bad neither been heard of nor seen since be bad been pt aboard He bad disappeared with tie mysterious vesseL Aa Mg aiy crew there were several Ignorant superstitious mea sailors of low rating who were paralyzed with terror They rushed without orders to pull up the anchor but I stopped them though feared they were going to brala me with capstatn bars they had takes vt I didnt propose to tale aay action till I bad received further Information and bad consulted with- y Licit Alec Wlagate One of my men said that during the nIght he thought he heard the sound of oars Wlagate win very much agitated eui this part of the mystery Indeed beeieeaed more disturbed at the dls appbarasce than he had been at the dteeovery ef pie yacht I suggested that he make a reconnoitering trip ashore as had been intended but with a different purpose He might fled traces of people having been there He followed my advice but the kee- ne eye la the party could discover no Indications orhuman beings For my part 1 believed the nameless had beeai takes possession of by shore des peradeas that they lad been in bid lag semewbere near b1i bad gone aboard in the night surprised the man oa watch killed him and towed the yacht eat of our bearing with muffled oars thea they had lighted the OresI wunothjtitcaptHt dresses But I stock IB this forWlDrat bad 99 much at her loss that sut1eredI mia J had become afflicted and himself created the remembrance of this dress After consurtatiofi wtb W1I gate whom I told that 1 would adopt any coarse he wished It was determined that we get up tbe ancbor Immediate ly aad go out to the open sea with a view discovering if the nameless wriM la sight ThH jndid running directly southeaKt Inn direct lint from the coast hut notwithstanding that we lead a fclean weep either way and excelleat glasses we saw nothing other 1 belIeved she bad got too much start but aearljj ill of my crew by this time considered her a phantom Nord1 we afterward hear anything of her tU eghwiBpokeevel vessel we met asking it she bad seen Ber One vessel described ber pretty well bat the yacht observed was the Acadta with fe name painted on her stern We completed ddi voyage without any other lInformation But the mystery of the nameless was destined to be solved During the winter Wingate got wind of his wifes being In Montreal He went there and found her- rhoogh tbe story of ber disappear aces was never made entirety clear to f TN StrongerThaMJJJsStomach 4t A ml sa it itraatT a ever Ne aa can H f restwhIis ietria frees weekaiea wisk its s mts t J Ti oi frees se etMr diseess IK end associated ntiDJf wMa tile ceasa isiuisik = tisa Is a loss etkastritionqr sksI JawfIiek Is abs sosrentsl1 pibysleel 4e I wies aIdPt iaai jwt nIatr ff is est ellen wsI liIINMriMl 7i deepoadeia 1IIIMiIUIIHNJIIMoW GIi 8fIIM1 i =r a r w rIrMHI Hr I jr 4tUJth4 11IIfJIHiI I qbresaa fMtN kMvs a ah iiWaearw 4 fitIiIJIwiogiaooybZ ITWQTw TO- t r a lkde bIjSr udt1rdtssa pdd s wrpr JTc4wd wr me toe mystery or tne naajucnw- en To keep Mrs Wtnjsatat from till tttylug Id UUgatlou wfenr bpeo pie In high life were CM eraeal abe had llea kklMpoi and itrnt at sea In a yacht Her kidnaper on the New England toast SAW by New York so cial paper that her brisband bad embarked a cruise with me As coos as my vacht appeared his sailing mas Itf1 recognizi her At the time a leak tbe boilers was jeing repaired and there was no heat In the firebox so the yacht could not steam away The kidnaper supposing Wingate knew that his wife was on the Acadia and that be was On her ttruck ordered a paint brush to be run over her paint ingAn wasatIan engineer and his mptive He drug ged the captive rarried her into the firebox aud got In there with her The engineer jrut In also and the party two om one side of the Urandooe on tbe other livers hidden from view of any espeIthere They all stayed lu this conceal ment until we left the tauht lluWire turned there when we put our watch aboard During tht night they cur prlsidI Kaw rnnd tied him then hay lug cut the viible the jvo men got in the dingey and with muffled oars pulled out of bearing To get up rteam and speed away waaihe nextt move The Amdla being one of thptuIC1eMtEnrfo lisfi yachts wan noon at a safe djatance IN THE WORLD OFI SPORT J Ad Wolgast Pugilisms China Doll OPnVment Nb limelight champion has ever been so unpopular with the fight fans as Ad Wolgast the present holder of the title Since he defeated Bat Nelson last February he has evaded all the cracks of his division and lustnken on third raters instead But the so called easy marks have not proved the soft plucking that Adolpb thought In busenguged1Iitwice In different places This will surely make him timid and injure his hitting powers and perhaps force him to quit the ring Critics have now dubbed him the prize rings china doll Traded Help Ball Totter A change of scenery often works wonders with a ball player A star who is practically no use to a cer tain club may with another team re- gaIn his old time form For instance Jim Delahanty was more or less of a failure at Washing ton simply because the fans wouldnt give him credit for the good things he did yet criticised strongly every taU ure to deliver Detroit secured Dela hanty when the team was badly In nee4 of a good second sacker The tans welcomed him with open arms and gave him all kinds of encourage meaL The result was that Delahanty began to play his real game and his work bad a big bearing on Detroits success In landing the bunting In 1000 Earl More was of no use to Cleveland or New York In the American league yet after a year in the minors he came baSk to life and l8Ynqw r garded njone of the best twirlers vwitb the Philadelphia Nationals Pitcher Suggs was of little use to the TluerK In fact he appealed so lit- 1k to Jeuningi that he waS turned back tto tbe Southern league Cin cinnati pJek up Suggs und be has tiKide good with u vengeance for the Retirf he being the winning pitcher of Clark Griffiths club Schaefer VuiIlugJ4u Go baseball scribes say that vy niinV Herman Schueer will be sold by tlit Nationals and that Minne apolis xvlir be the most likely pur ilni er Mc leer has been In cbmmu nlciitloii Tth 44 Minneapolis club clauwlllItnkland fulfill Its requirements It Will Hot be stnuigi to see the former Brewer Tjger nud mure recently National play er cavorting around the Minneapolis Infield next year If he goes he Will poslIbeing lug of Altlycp by Cincinnati Chicagos Franchise v Valueifif he would sell the Chi cago President Charles Mur phy who controls the institution declared the Cubs vcre not for sale but were tbe club on tbe market nothing less than 1000000 would be considered This Is just ten times the price that Murphy and Charles P Tnt of Cincinnati paid for the franchf In 1905 +3 hiltenlt u t r lIlltl1I jtlt rt Jn limllijit ititizuinnaJc u WIsfUfflUlJf1TfiJ Al 44lii utI itt iiIsI out hlw 1- 11perIrics to iiiiuh ir more f r t You Can Work Near Window roomin tother 6ThePerfection Oil quickly thefonti Theftllerihas a cool handle and a h automatIcIkIngilamebeingmrnedhgalleryqannotJPerfectlotf Oil Heater is finished In japan oir yetlightDealers vtrywhtrt If not at yours urife for dtsartyta cirouor tOtheMdrestgirsrJcftha Staindard Oil Company t CHILDREN NEED VERY BEST ROADS Bad Highways Preyent Regular Attendance at School SOGiALS GATHERINGS A TASK National Grange Is Urged toWork For Better Highways as a Hefp to Youngsters aqd Greater Interest In Churchand Civic Improvement One tthe advantages that good roads are to community that are often lost sight of Is the prevention of chil dren attending school regularly thus furthering the ambition of every par ant that his or her child shall be well educated and another is the preven tion of social Intercourse which is only fully developed when the going Is easy over well cared for highways In an article written for the national grange by Logan Walter rage be says The advantages of good roads ex teud to every citizen whether he lives In city or countrjand to every enter OKlTlNa XDCVArUN prise whether It be agricultural manufacturing or mining All are more or less on the common high ways as an avenue f Use commercial transportation ned In as these highways are Improved so as to facilitate transportation are they benefited thereby These benefits have been carefully computed arid estimated In dollarq and cents and so enormous have they been thus demonstrated to be that they present a convincing ar gument to any thinking mann of the Importance and necessity for road im provement But there are other elements of ad vantage which more urgently recommend tbe Improvement of our roads advantages which deserve far more serious consideration than any finan cial advantages which we may gala and which jannot be measured accord ing to any monetary standard but must be looked for In the elevation of our citizenship ned the moral and In tellectual advancement of our people Most of our cities and towns have good streets aid driveways which ta cilitate business and recreation The people live close together and social antI frlctidly Intercourse is easy The schools and churches are within easy reach of all So our urban population ham ample facilities for business for r Ictlon for scclal Intercourse and fur attendance upon church and school It Is different however with the- twotiiird I1istreets and good rbads of the cities and towns They live apart from each other mind have no roads such as afford traflsktingund regular attendance upon chur itid school To them will tlowtme niuxlinuni of benefits from improved 011Ie011 ideas aud assist them to adopt the new methods which are so necessary for them to keep pace with the march of progress along other lines and as they advance so will our civilization As they advance so will our entire country and In equql ratio Good roads wou1threvolutlonlzeour- co ntrt schools Contrast the lot of the country child on his way to achoo1 In wiufer with that of the city 6hlid with only a few blocks of paved street to walK Our country chUdwltbI satchel over shouldew and lunch bas ket In hand must J ave the Cb 00 firesfde of home fri half an rtull an hair before scbqolOpenC In to be there on tirneJjiTiifc roads are wet and muddy manyjn0nths of theyear- The country Is open and the cold winds are unmercWul In their attacks fn winter when you have a Perfec tion Oil Heater It is a portable radiator which can be moved to AhIt gaj yop do tot have to work chose to the stove which is usually far from the window You can work where you wish and be warm You can work on ldull winter days in the full light near Heater heater damper top rewicking The Dependent proportion npi1 tills lt ny tie t ine he rowIlls tin srhiMilIimwtv wllhhlIs of ten unscientifically ventilated and poorly heated Ills feet mire so told and his body so chilled that he unfit for study or recitation most of the day and the exposure and chilling of the body Invite pneumonia and other dis eases These conditions cause broken and Irregular attendance They create an aversion In the child for the school room Instend of a pride In punctual attendance and studious advancement Not only this lbut a mother hates to see her children trot off to school two or three miles away In cold bad weather Sue fearsthat the Injurious effects upon the body from the ex posure will do greater harm than the beneficial effects upon the mind will do good She realizes that a vigorous bOdy1andercise of maternal care to fprce her children to school under Conditions of exposure which endanger their bodily health Improved roads would be a great factor In reducing the percentage of Il literacy which exists throughout the country Our present Illiteracy cannot be reduced to any appreciable extent except by marshaling all of the chil dren both city and country into the accompUsbedcation Some of our states have al ready passed compulsory education laws and in many other states the sen ProIadministered There Use no obstacles to their efficient administration in our cities Everybody Is in close proxim ity to the sohooliipuses and can easily reach them with but little exposure in the worst weather DOt in the rural districts the opposite Is true if all of the roads were in good condition so as to remain high and dry It would be possible to successfully enforce such a law even in the rural districts but with the present condition of most of the roads It is Impracticable And the states In their efforts to thus bestow a blessing qpon their children would be attempting an unkind benefaction for resultantlossof our future generations Church attendance would also be mentWhendrivingthreecongregations would thus be augment ed The people would become Inter rested in and take a pride in their churches Larger and more Comfortable churches would be built and both children and grown people would at theydoand uncomfortable churches for churchgoing Is not only beneficial from the religious atmosphere which pervaded churches but ther is also an attractive social feature connected with them which Is a benefit and a blessing to the people JLhe schools and churche of ncomImunity mire its greatest moral and edu irliaIistanqjibrings the people of the rural districts dully touch with the cities and busi ness world It pUices In their hands the dally papers magazines and all of current literature of the country so that they may be as well Informed as to what is transpiring In the politi cal literary nnd commercial world as tholr brothers the city The bene elal cfTerts of this service upon the happiness and liome comforts of our rural population are immeasurable and nothing contributes to Sts efficiency and regularity more titan Improved roads t ROAp DRAINAGE Necessity of Replacing Plank Culverts WhoI Prpper Pipes Pcnnsylvanlus state highway corn missioner gives Jhe JoHowlng advice on the question of road drainage Where water must be diverted from one side to the other of a road It should be carried beneath the surface by meanst of pipes or culverts of ca pacity adequate to carry the maximum amount of water which ever will demand passage Pipes of suitable ma terial l when properly laid cost little or nothing to mainthln beyond an oc casional cleaning out Water breaks require constant attention and are ftc quently Inadequate fo prevent the floodwater from overflowing down the sur face of the road They are also seri ous obstacles to travel increasing very materially the steepness of the hills where they are used and making nec essary the hauling of proportionately smaller loads In the majority of the townships In which any attempt is made to carry water across below Instead of above the toad surface It Is done by means of plank culverts usually constructed La the most orlmltlve manner while a =I tne large water courses are spanneq by Rtnictures conRlstlng in part if not wholly of wood In some JInstances stone has been used In a vury corn thatImany of the bridges culverts and drains which have been built of atone have been laid up In an Inefficient manner which has led In a few years to the necessity of expensive Repairs For the smaller culverts and drains hi which smoothness of interior surface is desirable four kjncTw of iPipe are avallable vltrlfled clny vast Iron cor ofwoodcounged and sill existing plank culverts should be replaced by some oth er material ilK rapidly an practicable Vitrified clay pipes are much cheap er than Iron but unless very carefully protected are very lioblpfo breakage Except In rare cases this material Is not recommended bytthe department To Show Their Work The 0 T Xistrnll company of Blr perithat couufjtto build at Its own expense jn tulle of Improved road between the villages of Powderly and Bssemer Time road Is to be coriipfeted before the meeting of the Alabama good roads convention meets In the full It Is un derstood that the company is taking this nctlon Jo bring to the attention of the Good Roads association the road machinery ivhloh It manufactures ilowTOHLPIrDrivers All GivtnCardt of Instruc tion The North Carolina Good Roads as sociation is distributing throughout the state cards which rend as follows How to KepThis Road For Years This road was constructed for your use r pont drive In one track Avoid making ruts If all use oneplace all the wear wIll beta one place and make a rut If you use a little care and do not drive exactly w ere the lat wagon did the wear wilt be distributed which wilt keep the surface mootb and the road will remain good fur years oth erwise It will soon IJe rutted and the smooth surface gone r It Is believed that If those who use the road will give a little attention to where they drive so as not to drive di rectly Jn the same track as the team ahead of them has done it will pre vent the roads from becoming filled with ruts and will buyersgeneral tend ency to pack the greater portion of the road Roads Affect Living Costs The National Grange prints an arti cle showing the relation of the good roads questlpn to the problem of the increased cost of living and the relatively decreasing population pif the farming districts which are n Wat tri tlng universal attention The arti cle shows clearly that improved roads YIII Increase the productivity of ou farms make effective cooperation among the farmers posBlblef create a market for many of the smaller farm products which are now unsalable afford better jeducatlonnl facilities for the farmers children and Iq many ways make country life more deslr able and profitable Just What It Needs The Nationali Good itoadd association met at Niagara Falls and the most In terestlng of many resolutions was that which called for the cooperation of state and federal governments In the good wrkj says the Fldridtf Times Union present the work is a great body wlthfut a head What It noeds more than anything else Is intelligent direction tortf fixed purpose It will prove cheaper to work toward this end than to change the lines after build lug as we had to do With our railroads to make them effective as a whole for the good of all I Uncle Sam WonMf Pay The city authorities of yLeavenworth Ran levied pavlnr assessment against the federal building in that city They were surprised to find later that a federal building site is a gpv eminent reservation ihe sovereignty theIspecial 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