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Digital page images are linked to the text file. yFTA BUSHED i I I 1JNI3 I VTR 45 VV Vf P R1NGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY t NOVEMBER 10 1910 iI r IIVV4- j k df 11 1 t q T is I ir1rtF TROSTY PRACTICALl l i ENTISTf fl4i q orer k barber t 1j41WOIk f ttblevrj 0 SPfUNGFULTX VrrIIVV- oim DtRECTOIYb JUmGFIS1WD conty seat of 1wiggtchL Co ljr Si ile wMitk rixiieii 59 milt from iiili cmBard towE braack ol i JoMk failelailtG In bc riK a4V lcttital dlstricl lit rr JkKt IP aLd1ep1te Ii xptVcrnU1sIbtCMc pp1fl 1700 poJNlaUo of Mi isesr 2tismiatttveiiL Cgreo 000Ii jr JlUMt9wX7nPsicetatiye ia Keittacky Legitp T D Graham suat tiYe 1 SUte State Ho B lrenil CabeILsvlle Ky 1t i t c Gounty Dfefectory t tirCMCUIT COURT t rtjill p tke foartao lIyUrekllarK wd Octot Ij t iiin 111 iuJHC i VVC 8r itm ObMmoaweiltk1 At ery jja I I 4s Noe ClerkVf t CF BoiIyVMtrCoMIUIqfler b 1 Ir JAzTZiy Qt3RTotckrIy CoartikeM on the third V4ayeack wmtk l sr4 r4Ity Sadge 4 10OUKTY OTJRTv Laty Cwirt meets cHi the f iwrtk ieHay JI MataV LtjJItaeyJa4ge e jjT F Booker CairiitT Clerk h3fe 8 Maye County Attorney re Ct1ttJaIletq4ea Sheriff ByromCroake Geopow rb rt 1tl DepatisgSam D WTSIitckell AasessorV c 1 TP a De tv r x IireaMiriFt 4LCrtteCoroierVV jVof COaon- s i jp P 0 Sr1afield- t f CITY COURT f JMa a It Noe Police IudgenVJo GracelMarahaicrw JOrigaby City Attorney i4v JUSTICJCOUkT JmttceCo ria are held lajTamMary Arflandl October VChurch Directoryh VrV UliTHpDIBT CHURCH LeJ T Wade Psator Sdi Tkea Tery Snsday llam and pnu IMf o1eyry Sunday atlOaai- 4ySZrnteIng eyery Wedneadays algktVCATHOLIC CHURCHnRev P F Henne fay Pastor Sr ItwjSYerY Suda rat 8 and 10 oclock t ajia Service atStRce a e honrs i 1SBYTJ5RIAN CHURCht R vBi E C Lawson Pastor1 jPrAMkljiK every Sunday at 11 a 1BI ii4 at 7 p 1II Sunday school every 4dsTVj at 10 am Prayer noeetin 4 rfCTjThmrp4ay eveninr att 7 oclock BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Win HarriBfu Willicfi ui Pa tor Preachiniiever Sundayat U am and 7745 Pm Sundtybol every 1iayt930 a m Prayer meeting Tery TnoBdaY cvcuin r ati7sociocl i j VRISTNVCHUrCB Rev WPrWoif Pistor Ser cesflrst and foith Suudiij Suuuay i tchool 930 a m au pKILbni ef eUR r t1U fi a40 1I11IDI NIGS- IiIDIS i1RYt r Cuc 1 WiIMI0011t Q MONEY R fUtfDCD I e t Yiotice jh B cattse of the increase in the ictof All provision9f I m j ftocc4 toitocreaWl the pricef I JJBj accordingly Thtrefore atNoyeber 1st 1910 50 cen It Mkt willJ ki charged loral f 0 B Ttiwsipcocl Proprietor S i i v W alloiiRotet- J i i ri6Ff brd brown lsffeorn fII tor ue1- 4igy r Thqmpaor J RioR3 VVr Vi V7W 711fl NEWS=IJ3ADER i f ViyCommon Sense When the situation is thorough ly alized in its various rami fications with a look ahead tosI knowledge and understanding erf IIbII particularly the tobacco growers of this lair land of ours as rotab1e diversion there is no eal occasion fit distress of an- ndurinrnsturebecause of the- s4kset given by the collapse ofj he pool to the cultivation ofI tobacco which has already and for too long a time engrossed the interests and endeavors of many farmers to the neglect of other crops and stock industries thafr would in the erd prove more profitable and at the same tim add to the joys and comforts of fe Without discussing the erits demeritsof the tobacco ool we feel safe in saying that the agitation of the question iis causing unnecessary alarm and distrust It is admitted thafcthe tobacco crop iis the sourtf considerable revenue but real estate the basis and the source fsll wealth cAn not be mater Uy affected by a slight decline- stbeprice of that crop Fam inenever came from the need of chew of tobacco or a drink of whisky Many farms with fer tile s il and good location are rining high prices tnotigh a stalkof tobacco is never grown n them Again it is true that land is increasing in value in states where tobacco cannot be t grown This proves that land- alpsbave increased from the fact thatcapital is seeking it as the best and the safest investment and the additional fact tbat population is increasing thereby creating a demand for it i whisfi enhances value as in any other commodity We have a reat variety of crop by the- uitlyationof which many farm ers have become wealthy though they never cultivated ibbaccojt claiming that it is severe on the oil and requires attention all he year thereby being very costly arM cauingthe farm to be egl td ard a oss to be in rred in other crops fencing etc Many farmers turp their at tention to corn wheat rye timothy qlover etc which at the prices yield a handsome profit Many favor blue grass ind all Jdndsoif stock including ogs mutes sheep Shorthorn and Jersey cattle arid horses both common and thoroughbred pon which many colossal for tunes haye been made while the oil has been paeserved with much less llabor trouble and an- oyance A careful study 61f conditions will convince anyone that the cultivation of tobacco is not necesrary to insure the pros peritv of the c pntry and that he prices for thit crop may ye be satisfactorily adjusted Jlar rpdsburg Ferald t t All My Pimples Gone f I was ashamed of my face writes Miss Minnie Pickard of Alamahaw N 0 It was all full of pimples and scars butaf- ter using D D D Prescription I can say that now there is tio sign of that Eczema and that was three years ago D D D has become so famous as a cure and instant relief in Eczema and all other serious skis diseases that its value is somq times overlooked iin clearing up rash pimples blackheads and all other minor forms of skin iim purities The fact is that while D D D is so penetrating that itsiriks to the very root of Eczema or any other seriou trouble the sooth ing Oil of Wintergreen Thymol and other kgredients are so carefully compounded there is wash for the skin made that can compare with this great house hold remedy for every Hind of skin trouble D D D is pleasant to use perfeptly harmless to the most delicate skin and absolutely reliable A 25 cent bottle will give von positive proof of the thlslrf ertson QryFOR CASTOR I A LEBJ NON LOCALS J From The Falcon Mr Floyd Wright 30 years of age sonof Mr John Wright of thee st eni of his county died at Lakeland Thursday night of beingfMr Hiram Tungat a well known farmer 55 years of age died at his residenceabout eight miles south of Lebanon Tuesday night having suffered forvsever al months of stomach trouble Miss Victoria Noel daughter of Mr W B Noel who lives on the Springfield pike about three rites from Lebanon and Mr Harlan Bland a young farmer of Oisey county were married in Oasey cqunty Sunday The mar1 rmge license were issued in county as the bride was only 20 years of ageV Miss Maiy Sallie Rusell and Mr Joe Lee Maltinglybf the St Marys section were marri ctatI St Charles church Monday moriiing The bride is a pretty attractive oufJ lady eighteen 1Kenon of Mr Ben Ab Mat m JY and is a popular young farm r tiirft Mr Uabe Nor 55 years Ofag died near Bradfordsville yester ay morning from injuries re ceived Monday afternoon The funeral services and interment will he atMerrimac today Mr Noe was cutting down a large tree which in falling lodged in a tree near by In dislodging the tree a limb brok and struck Noeon the head inflicting injuries which resulted in his death Mrl Noe was ail indus trious man and held in high es teem by all who knew him Capt Bogardus again hits the Bulls Eye This world famous rifle shot who holds the championship record 00 pigeons In 00 consecutive shots is tliving at Lincoln ill Recently in terviewed he eagsrI suffered a log time with kidney and bladder trouble and used several well known kidney medicines all of which gave me no relief until I started taking Foley Kidney Pills Bejfore I used Foley Kidney Pills I had ttetfere backaches and pains in my kidneys with suppression and a cloudy voiding On arising en the morning I would get dull headaches Now I have taken three bottles of Foley Kidney Pills and feel 100 per cent better I am never bothered with my kidneys or bladder and again feel like my own self Haydon Robertson A Christmas VThat Means Something There is one especially good thing about a Christmas present cf The Youths Companion it shows that the giver thought enough of you to give you some thing worth wbileIIt is easy to choose something costing a great deal more which is absolutely useless but to choose a present costing only 175 that will provide along years entertainment and the uplifting companionship of the wise and great is ano her matter There is one present however winch does just thatThe Yputb Companion If you want to known whether it is appropriate welcome just visit the home of some Compan ion subscriber on Companion day Do not chose any Christmas present until you have examined Tfle Companion We will send you free sample copies and the beautiful Prjspecus for 1911 telling souit thing of how The Companion has recently been enlarged and improved Trje one to whom you give the subscription will receive free all the numbers of 1910 issued after the money is received also the Companions Art Calendar for 1911 lithographed in twelve colors and old These will be sent to reach the subscriber Christmas morning if desired You too as giverofihe subscription will receive a copy of the Galon dar THE YOUTHS COMPANION 144 fierkeley St Boston Mass atftblsi GoodiVesuts always follow the use of Foley Kidney Pills They contain just the ingredients necessary toI tone etrengthen and regulate the kidneys and bladde and to cure bacd ache Haydon Robertson The Tax of Bad Roads In some sections of the coun try the cost of gobd roads is looked upon as prohibitivethe citizen fear td take on addition al tax burdens Few of these same citizens realize the tax they are paying for bud rOads It requrtes taxation to build up goodroads but it also re quires taxation1 gJgG talor g without themj ie Is direct taxation in th1Myspent for for the maintenance of poor roadswhich iis oftens pent to no purpose wnatejVer Then there is the indirect tax Vhich is like the constant drop which wears the hardest rpcltaw3S7 a tax continuing and ceaseless so long as the bad road exjsts The cost of good roads ca Ue tigurcdout with reasonable accuracy bflt ttre cost of bad dads is something that defies compu tattoo it is paid in too many ways and by too many people but it is nonethe less persistent and unescapable itis aenous n istlilcefor any courty or com munity to go along contentedly paying the tax ofroad roads CourierJournal The value of good roads does not stop with the decrease in the cost transportation Ode of the greatest values is in the in creased value of Xarm lauds A good nile of turnpike road will probably cost 2000 the farm land benefitted by that milk of road will be inc eased in value 3000 To putf it iin another wayVtheS entirafcost of constructing good roads is more tthan paid for in the iincreased value of land The good road as- a dnancial iuyestment will yield belter returns than anything the same amount of money crin be put intoJIf the ppople would at once realize that the construc tion of good roads was an in vestment instead of an expenditure farmers would not be long stuck in the mudJ Tue United States census figures show that in Missouri and several other states that the j rural population has increased onlyiu couuties which have built good roaJ and that those counties which shave made no progress m road building are the ones which show the great est decrease of population The same situation will be found true in the matter of public school education In Kentucky for iinstance it is known that there is practically no illiteracy along the ejroads but that ninetydvb pet cent of our hut erates live where the roads are bad JLTown News Get the genuine Foleys HOneyuu Tar in the yellow package It Iis safe and effective Contains no odiatea Refuse su titutcs H ydon Robertson r Turkeys Are Scarce t i Indications poiht to a scarcity bf turkeys on the Thiinksgjvidg market this year Quite a num ber of LaRue county housewives have realizes the trouble under gonin raising turkeys and turn ed their attention to more profit able work AS a reuit there will not bjtne anna large amoun on the market this year From preseut prices however it ia thought they wiltJ rauge around the 20 roatk on loot while Thank iivin day in y tind them bringing ii5i dressed about the average prireLJnue County- Ifferald I For Coughs and Colds m Troubled with a cough A hard cold bronchitis or some iIchronic lung tr9uble There is a medicine made for just f these casesAyer Cherry Pectoral Your doctor knows jj all about it Ask him what he thinks of it No medicine IJIJtiican ever taI e the place of your J doctor Keep in close iItouch with him consult him frequently trust him fully alcohol in this cough medicine JCAye CoL llMaJl J Aycrs Pills Sugarcoated All vegetabtef Act directly on the liver Gently laxa live Dose only one pill Sold for nearly sixty years Ask youc doctor about them iVI VV NEW HIGH BRIDGE Npw Spans die Waters of the Kentucky RivertJ Early in 1911 the new High BrIdge which is to span the Ken tudYriver on theVQueen Orestpent Rue will have beeh cOrn pleteai It vfl be the highest bridge spanning a navigable stream on the American conti nent and is to be the most inas sive structure of its length and breadth known to the civilized world and will have a sustain ing capacity of 72000 tons In the erection ot tbis wonderful span more than iwo million two hundred thousand rivetsi and fourteen million pounds of tested steel are required Almost two years were sptmt iu manufactur- in the great steel sections that aje being combined to produce this marvelous product of Ameri cin skill and usfhe old bridge which has attracted sight sears of every nation is constructed of iron in weight one fourth as massive as the steel of which the hew bridg isbling made On account of the superior material of the new structure itI will have abouL five times the sustaining power of the old one Froth the top of the rails of the he i bridge to tile water in the river below jbhe distance is 315 feet It will require 140000 pounds of steel tails and 2OQOI ties to build the double track across the bridge which is 1 223 feet in length Thousands of people are new being attracted to the scene to witness the buildC irg of a s rqctui iittthe like oX wincU exists now iere eseon thE Awe can coutiuen Und it is fitting that this luivr elous bandI work of man should have as itsmj sting a llandscape that is unrivaled in natural beauty acdJ harm S Picture que Kentucky rivet with its towering cliffs lifting themselves mure than three hun dred fe t above the wUter line is in run View from the train While passhig pyer the bridge At this pwint the winding stream tinS been denominated by tourist of all countries as the Swit zerland of the Western Hemis J phere The t wonderfuL height and powerful strength of the connecting link of steell may be attained elsewhere but the amazing picture which nature has painted for the backgrouEJd can never be approache4 in the category of hunan achieve ments Aqderson News VRoachkig tlie Top in any calling of life demands a vigorous body and keen brain Without healththere is nosu cess But Elec tric flitters is the greatest health builders the world has ever known It compels perfect action stomach Uver kidneys bowels purifies and enriches the blood tones and invigorates the whole ystcm and enables yon to stand the wear and tear of your daily work After months of suffering from kldnc trouble writes W M Sheruan of Cushing Me three bottles of Electric Biters make me feel like a new m alj 50c at Haydon Robertson Paralysis Causes Death of Jack Thompson John B Thompson a prom nent citizen of the Raywic neighborhood who suffereda stroke of paralysis Monday evening died at nis home Wed nesday afternoon at one oclock Mr Thompson Was 69 years of age at the time ofbis deatji Fu neral services will be held this morning at St Josephs church betinterred in St Francis cemetery at Eay wick Ho leaves a wife and five children fourdaughters andorte son Mr Thompson was very popular and influential in the community in which he lived rOf a sunny and happy dsposi tion he was well liked by bis and wade friendsneighbors easi ly He was in the Union army and was one of the few survivors of the terrible disaster that over tcok the Federal steamship Sultana when nearly 1500 soldiers lost their lives in the Mississippi river by the sinking of the resell near Vicksburg A large number of acquaintance unite in extending to tefathijtJ- their sympathy in the loss they have su5tauedVLebanon En terpriieJ J TripletsaThree Times J CJeyelaiul1OToo late lor he but it census earnestly jhe share jn Cleveland s remark dQlnI GIClatwlraLalfesideavenue Friday became the mother of her rl set of triplets Tod ay busy at her usual h usework she i showed the family Bible whch displaced thE fact that she jVll so the mother of four pairs of twins and the only sister of twenty brothers Two pairs of twirs and jone a set of triplets were born dnrins I Mrs Cbrks first marriage and the remainder of her seventeen duringherI Fo reedTo l eefrneEv- etyye a Itirge iiber5Jf ofpOOr sufFerers wnose lungs are sore and rackE with coughs p re urged to go1 to another j climate But this is costly and not a ways sure Theresa better way LetI 11home Arkllwpounds inweight surely the King of all cough and lung cures Thousri1 ands owe their lives and health to it Ins positively guaranteed Tor Coughs Colds LaGrippe Asthma Croup tall j Throat and Lung troubles 50c and ji 100 Trial bottle free at iaydn Robertson 7i IISecret Wedding Announced At small ofa gathering friends at the residente of tthe bride s rr parents Mr and Mrs Henry Dahringer Jast night announce f merit was made of the marriage of Miss Bettie Dahringer to Mr Cleb Sherrjll which has been kept a secret forseveral weeks While attending the State fair in t Lousville they decided to get married and went lo Scottsbur sr d on Sept 12 4be ceremony being pronounced by ReVJF Ervin a Methodist preacher of that city The bride is a handsome and powluryoun1atjy Shehs been bookkeeper for Adams Wayne lor sometime 3he groom came to Leb noir from Adair county in September 1909and ssince been employed at Mc Knights barber shoa By his gentlemanly bearing auiritteoy tiou to71 business he has made a t many friends here Lebanon FaLconA4 I l l Afirler s nd Ckaritat e ws l vivf aIBt I received from your FollysI Kid ney RemLlyaysINRegaui Ear o mer Mo His kidneys and bladder gave him so much pain misery andc annoyante he could not work nor Pleep He says Foleva Kidney RelpJl idy completely cured him Haydon RobertaiJn Public Salee t I willionaSatiirdaj Hoicmbwr jLt at2o block p m atresidence offer for sale to the highest Bidder Che followingV One nice Suit of Purnitnre 1 Cbe J Bed 1 white Irop Bed 2 Mattresses ed Springs aVgbat No1 Hat raclt Sofa Lou gD 11 large Sideboard 8 dining room Cnairs 8 Rockeriand other Chairs Curtain and Shades I1I serving Tablq 2 smalll Tabl saz- inc covered kitchen Table some China and Glassware anti Crockery 1 large turuey Rbaster and kitchen Utensils 1 Ice Box 2 LaWb Mowers Shovels audfloes 3 large Puarch Shades and 2 Yar anda Chairs Terms made known on day of sale A CUNNINGHAM S M Campbell Auctioneer I WANTJJD Everyone in Springfield and vicinity rto read the opening chapters of the new serial by Robert W Chambers in the November number cf Cos mopoliton Magazine It is the greatest novel of the year and jis illustrated by Charles Dana Gibson Kt1es Nurdri A merciless murderer is Appendi citis With maay victims but Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by pre entiOn They gently stimulateV sjtomach liver and bowels lug that clojrgfag that invite a tI pendicitis turIng Coa tipation headache Wllousness Chills 25c at Ifa don 0 I I Si tt I f11BsaJuPJ 14AiRR J I tL I T 4 ft 4CorniCrop l The corn crop of Kentucky is by far the mqst pro tabe crop n the state and yet the state 61 ndiana raises more corn per acre than is grown in tbis S1ate There areseverat reasons why this crop is not atits best in ten tucky Fistjecausethe groudput rt corn lis usually that which will not grow tobacco Second the seed is notAlectV el 1Tta1 flrzed properly fertilized and j put in the proper state of culti vation r 1 Bourth the cropfriotplanted with care thit ithas the proper roperIct11tivation Aoorncrop may be made as cropIeenosidPr1thand reckon the dust of properties 1taknou of the soil and thai tnl1tJIage one stalk in the h ifwith one ten ounceearvpri eacHV This by proper cultivation amil p1att ing of pr6frfrsefed orii nnv r o inciesed to two stalks jto tile hilt and u fourteen ounc arup on each stlk this would morA than double the vealth of the corn crop and greatly increase the profit iohd farmers ih this state OwentohQempcrat ILebanon KyM Nov 4 irA S Moffett has announced the en gagement of his daughter Miss May Craig Moffett tP the Rev j Crawford Crenshaw bt Der motte Ark The Wedding will take pIadiiringthewinieri CommissionerU aleiwas ngtoJIi cuit ourt Ky Wm SympsoSetal Pint vs Equity Robert Syippsonetal f11ft By virtue of aJudgmit and order of sale of theWasfllngiQuCircUt- Court rendered at the KBruary tef m 1910 in the above styled cause i shaU proceed to offer for saleat the Court House dopr in Bardstojvn Ky on MONDAY NOVEMER IS 1910 at 2 oclock pm pr thereabout to the highest bidder at PJlbilC suction upon credit of six and welye months IAcounttlKyrvihes heirs and Summers and B ah r nd beirigi the sane land conveyed toI IWhittingbillcontaining rlessV For the purchase price the par chasers with approved security or1 sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest from date of sale uotir paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be pVe terms paredto comply promptly with theseIiIJ tO C F BOSLEY L cW C C 1 Huntsrind4untsci A nearsighted sportsman strolled into a mIll hotel Xu the shores qt Loch Carrdn und cbmprainlngly sjild Just ftecn u seal shotVfltFit tielimes jiud missed It each time At dinner up hour later beset ntt tot touristt Who bada Uandage round lils head Had nn accident asked the sports I lj1lnVAcildeutr jgrrovrlcd the ofberhAt tempted murder you mean I was 1111 Ing n batb about an bouragq wlueh tome lunatic xvltITi a gun Pred at me three times fromtb slioreaud shOt Iart of ray ear I flont know why such animals are flowed nut without a license Theli silence relBneilrsupremeLoa don TelegraphV l VV Lavishness In days orold luiurions people hail duttotgold placed beneath ihejr feytt Yes replied llr Cliuggins BUt those times Kvere comparatively eco noaTlcul Now we want nothing less expensive than rubber tlrcia between- us nutl tin earth Washington Star Thero Was No Music What rIB tbt greatest ttb that ever Impressed ItSelf on your experience Snapper iWcl1tJy all odds the worst one ever neard wiw thntyour rtet perpetrated last night when they came round to the house and sung Theres Music In the rII Th Terms rExch ntf We wish to arraoz loran ex change ot prisoner uHed the South American dictator VOn what basLsinquIedtke l1ft l er of the other side The usual basisreIght generate far a good htsky- CourierJournal MlVflte Loate lUt Quick Sprint Isindy Pikes Pat rich JTHJ I P usinlQW took quake a fancy toie Ootme OUOO teds 5tVWd- e1B toe 5OOQ bulWor MJSp t ad asked e gVV e piif it It Grttfj G orfABd what dpiSISawljr PiketNattla Ijm tJ sChcai7L mJ8 tI- iiquisite We for makmg VPfj Me Day Kxxk RoyA I p I f 4oriztexy utK i Thedoly Btbog Powder made Gtapecream made frea gitpcs No Atom No Lt4JlIt iI l t 5 Lebanon Krx Nov tMu j Maude W MartiiL oiLsijfti 1rtdR MootafM Pii1sVilcajfj III w rt qoMily liwf rledAt the homo the IJRockwell Sdith iMttui f i The cer m JJy wa ptrliBfisMljif qi the Rev Mf Sith abhsy iJ attendants wareMbs Mabte MMT tin iaistei4 oif tfct brfsis a f Earle Epptraon e 11i6pl afe L Pbe groom w l sos of srps M Phillips of the 7iliIPqr Trust Compy of Loairrttfc f The wedding Cu a a 70 thef riend of both 0 f arid groom M it WM xjthat iti would io ror S several months v A Good PoifeM 7 Gin b tiiA fc J t biiyoung mOB iEVV1aie m field ob WiMWs or Wiegratihy S ct UMI 1S law beets tlicrfto a 4 fta tli Wir1i 4omiN a Ublisfainjf sttioi the coattiry Uwr ia pM sh rtagt of t rpe s pdtIL f tioipT bIflDS TJ p 90 jper aenbOOhaofdvancesa5iil ftbSNfTelef Japh Initi1bsp d r official inatitauiia der suparvia 1 L B Wirelee Ois a grAtaatI4JS r is will pay to W full tliat d Pi1 rrt1fCfwa asks ofaK ttbl to cpm wttsi 3- Id Aralc 1IItbL WI the fcMlr d C eS IilsisV=Stit Zt tye- o s rtt kuds rHpm Ltie IkMa foe HI OIIJa Ba Tdoo aiRMen o F SPENPIELDXyJ 1 t4 J X lyLiMI L W JOSE PCUN IL iji IItt Sd en i t1o C 1 i 1LE1Y1ci ALaac1s1d I H3MbiirtmU Democratic land Kiki in both State and Nation l TMfMU r In the Statetbe Dem elevenfj4ykricte In the Ninth district fM DMoocrat defeated Ben M but in the tenth Langley pttblico triumphed over k 111f Democrat ndin the 11 gMh Caleb Powers Repnbli 1WUelected over Bertram f f 1r DMioocat d fia New York John A Dix f DfiMOcrftt was elected Governor Jii j plurality of 68000 lit New Jersey Dr Wood roy TTiWon Democrat was Delectedt GoTtrobr by a plurality of 10000 ll ri Masiachnaeta Eugene N t Fotf Democrat was elected GtfvqpMp by 80000 I1tJcHMecticut Liman E Bald win was elected Governor bf t iWpliralityUn Harmon elected Got ernor by 60000 Jj In Indiana theStata r4 whichI ir tie will 4be JE tnocratic r Q the defeat of Bevendge RepubJicanGCJVlrQor rTfieDemocratsr gained 40 JJNiftteln the National House of 5ipre enativefl which not only jFfffTM them control bit a sub 4 tan armaiprity j t Fenwick tzb G tMiit 1Fay Montgomery and SMrIrvin Thompson were theWi plttMMt guests cf Miss Mary Roe Janes Sunday afternoon iMrs BelJeLanbam spent Mcir p t td ywithbernJim I Mrs llyrte Barker and son Thursby and Mrs Retta Connor wire the guts of Mr and Mrs JD Barker from Saturday unti 1 Monday f Mrs Teresa Graves ant Mr 4t i Clarence Graves spent one night f ff1st week with Mr Mr Oscar 4 Graves and family at St Rose J tThose wno dined with Mr ard MrsWfll Barker Thurda were Mrs Lizzie Anderson and dugb ter Roete Mrs Sadie Hyatt + Teresa Graves ana Nannie Feuy If wick Mr Frank Logsdon entertain afewof his Irie ds Friday light at flinch 4 i i Mr and Mrs Mike Barker Mr and Mrs Bud Coffee and Xlr and Mrs aohn Haddock spent Sundsywith Mr and Mrs Loyd F nwick and family Misses Roxie Cisseil and Leona Graves sp ent Saturday night with Miss Lena Cissel atBping Sid tr t X Mrs Dora Sue and chidren jIi and Mrs SnsatiBjpwlos were the guests rof Mr rand Mrs Will Barker Thursdaynight and Fri t day fi Miss Anna Shewmaker went1 from Saturday until Monday withi her grandmother Mrs John Sbewmaker Mr and MrsJVill Barker and chldren1t tday afternoon i rter and farair 4ZZ lY S Hardeity i Mrand Mrs SG Hardest St were called to Lebanon Monday ii V last to be at the bedside of their sick daughter Mrs Kathrine 4iE vB rriw who is yery ill with rij spiBti Memingltis f Yrei H Gray and daughter- f fy Mia Martha spent Saturday at flf11he home 01 Mr and Mrs Ivan 44r4 CrO o JtCr Walter Lewis wife and 4o y A B spent Saturday night i Jonnieirilkwi Mary Baxter and brother j ijfHliit coi ty spent the week i th Hr B L Smothers t i adjIsIoeibesamssofs few wbo were Mlfrtelned by Mrfiftd filr Utf Jainea Budesty at a candy yrr pulling one night last week Mrs Molle Williams Mrs Eliza Mitchell Mrs Della Levis Miss Fannie Williams add MessrsEdd Mitcbellr Hugh Williams and little AB Lewis They all re ported a iifce time4 IMr and Mrs E Hi irdinwere in Springfield one day last week sh ping Messrs Will anU Edgat I Gray attended church at Chaplin Sun day night spentSaturday his Sister Mrs Buires and was accompanied li me by his mother V rlMrs Thomas Virgmspenfia week with1 her daughter MrstR ix Goodlett Mrs W B Barlow visited re latives near Springfield Sirtdaya very painful though nfl a seri ous accident a piece of rock striHng him in the eye cutting a very small place onthe ball Rev J A Simms returned fr h yIsjtingiendshere he preached several ser mons at the schoOlhouse Miss Mattie Cruoke spent a part of last week with her sister Mrs Ollie Bishop J Mrs Sarah Haye Msr Mo VilJ1iamsTuesday with Mr Waler Lewis andfamily ITc4lckbiIge t rhogsto t +an 1 MAIL OrderPurchasesjorwardinlfcharges i 1 in Underwear I blueribarntDrawers necks drawers with double crotch Priced at 6 garments for to or per garment I UnderIarawersto matchIper garment IwhiteI and drawers Per garment i i to Petticoats GownsForForblue andgray stripes yoke and cuffs trimmed cutfull lnrrtKl and width specially priced at I whitefionnceeagespec ally I priced atL i Ou per 48c 4Sc 50c 5Oc SOc bisSpecalsi I peryarl in an d s special price l 98c I figuredQucks four ii16InchFigured IHuckFridayIfive different patterns of finfi 50c iTaweingi 39c II16inch rtation Toweling ten good pat Our a the best broulht to this eitvree i ular 59c quality pale pn eperyardt Lr5 ii22inchFiW1red Huck fine Your 50c Huck for wonder seal mi DargaIn pnce pet yardaj 39c IIk isSthepricell Figured All linen Satin wortlus c ts 69 w vti 8 QCKKXyO OOQO OOOO 1OQOOOOOO OO 8- 1i Fiue Farm For Sale 8 i c g One of the finest farms itf Nelson r county situ 88- Q ated on the Beech Fork river 3 miles from Bards 0 Q town Fine tobacco and stock farm Contains Q 516 acr s of which 100 acres is river bottom 265 0 acres fine up land 85 acres in wheat 171 acres io 8 2 timber six room dwelling 3 tenant two x barns tool shed granery corncrib ice house and x allnecessary outbuIldings FIne water at house Oand in every field For further particulars tele 8c p or address HAGAN B foSIBardstown YR F D No 2 01Qper head sold a horse to lave McKinsey for IrS D Haie bought of John H leacalf for 14 He sold to Jonnie Royalty a for JIe sold a tow to A L Litsey fos 3050 Mr W H Coulter sold to tie man a ccw at the same price Mr Omar Sclptf bought oGeo BohorT to a Vubber tire buggy for l25 Ii ft Mr Preston Mattinlyis going to move to Mr Ciarence Hayes hous the pmvncated by Mr Harvey Chesser I Gordon Co will move their sawmill to Mr Bailey Pinkst o of Mt Zion Mr and Mrs VV f Fowler were the guests of F P Thorn p son Sunday sr sMr Layfettex wells of Lawrenceburg M I ORDERS PROMPTLY AND AREFULLY FILLED With the Louisvilleis Greatest Department Store TuEIWEDNESDA Seasonable Values 1 III Men s i i Ishirts pink PlaidsAil 100 I yard Guest doubt ryarcL hquses 98 one also calf same and Mrs 4dMTs I tomatchallsizesup t044I Priced per catmenC at Wright Health Underwear for men Yaeger color cot ton fleeced Per garment Munsing Union Suits for men we are the sole agents here for rangefromcarry mens union suits in silk plush at3oo buotold health wool at S3 50 and extra heavy ribbed cotton union quits at i1 OUTJNGFLANNELGOWS and Kimonos it PetticoatsFor Womens Short Kimonos dressing sacques made of andII quality flannelettes new nncl firrnrpq fvtri wen made different styles ijl the lot Soeeiallv briced i Womens Long Kimouos Mdde of the domet flannel in grays light blues rose and helio ut full and belted in all edges buttonhole stitched silk cord loops regular 250 value specially priced at l 1 rour Goods l woolI QthI IWrights Chiffon Bro delothiIGerman and all colors guac1 to irive satisfactory wear priced pelr yard at J i Priestlys Tussah titII ned silk m hair This is a new fabric of fine texture and finish i i11Qt1iiI per yard at I9 I I1T t= ourIIIII Blanket Bargains I ofii iedPlaidiiI eozv IhnLpf nt the row 101 pair n 100 5Oc L5O 169 I1d l mice White Blankets one case 114 fine White Wool Blankets with pink or blue borders a regular750 highgride blanket per pair i I IGray at two ab cases 104i L r 1rIbed blankets Per worth r 98c 98c 11 r RojlWot 498 598 HI Mixed Blankets Heavy Gray i bought argam 1i I pair 698 i f Gusset ClarK of this place Mr and Mrs Ed Ycaum Mr and Mrs WM Sims of Independan were the guests of their parents oflra ham Saturday and Sunday The party given to Edith Sims and Walter Scruggs at the home of R CPlDk ton was well at tended 19 girls and 21 boys all reported an enjj oy able time A 4r Jim Hendrix happened to a serious accident Saturday evening when a calfrun oror him and thraw bis knee aol place he is confined to JdsToom 7 Mr and Mrs John tbeatham of Danylle Ky a a visitinghis on Lee Ched am Misses Effa arid Anda Jenkitts spentiORe night last week Fvjhf thei aunt Mrs G C Fosteft tvBornJenkins on the 4th inst a fine girl Cheitr is happy Mr and Mrs Prod Shields 6f 1tolMrIlbrsvilleThere will be a rally day aif the new Baptist church at Willis burg NoV 13 Everybody invited to attend We are sorry to report little stIally visited Mrs O car Monroe of Ballard Saturday and Sunday I I We are glad to see Mr Richard PinkstonJilliug up the quagmire just aboye the schoblbouse wade1ILitsey jjIMr and Mrs Mohtgjmeayare visiting Dr and Mrs J Hop per Miss Harvey Van rsdale who has been on the slot listis im proving i Mr James Vvillia ns of far rodsburg visited friends here Sunday Mrs Fines and duiighter Agnes spent Saturd y with Mrs VanArsdale Mr and Mrs Dar Kelly and family visited Mr J R Reed Sunday Mtts Sdrth Reed spent Sunday night with the Misses Reed Rev William Hopper was the guest of Dr and Mrs J H Hopper one day last week Mr John Grigsby who has beenlsic1c for smo time is out again r Mis James Moran spent Wed nesday with BalwrJj flDr and Mrs J HHopner en tertained on lastjjyionday night POP More Than Tlireo Decades Foleyss Honey and Tar has been a tipuschpkl favorite for coughs colds and ailments of the throat chest and lungs Coutaiu on opiates Haydon UoUeitsoii Little Nut People QuHr Iitt1i dpllii niny be made from various nuts To make n Lady dolI taLe n piece of white cloth and draw tightly over one end of a pecan nUt- slWhI the cloth tightly on the under side to prevent the nut from slipping out Wrnp he part of the cloth ex tiindhif under the unit Iu a little rolf Sev this tozethur und tor the nrms make smaller rolls of cloth Iu the fmine way Then ew the arms to the body Gather the body u little above the nilddle Sew on n white petticoat nnd inake n simple dress Fold white neckorphlef over the shoulders and paint a fjue on the nut A bonnet may be added If desired Using a sim ilar body other figures may be made with mauy different styles of dress Youths Companion A Queer Australian Bird In Australia lives a member of the frrow family called tie white winged hough which builds a mud nest In treed Its arched nail pointed beak Is longer than its head and Its tuHls rounded Although the choughs which build mud witH live only In Austra IIa yet other birds of the same name are tumid on the British seacoasts living aiiioug high cliffs The bird has ninny traits of its cousin the crow It Is easily tamed extremely curious and pilfers as crows d6 Its long hawklike claws enable jt to cling cash ly to tree or rgck but It seems unwilling etr toset toM on the turf It lives In societies like rooks and feeds on Insects berries and grain i Ti T I L r o tI 74j J PI1L1ERS j 11ij i IJiL0OSE i LJAF WAREH01M Ir t t t SPRINGFIELD KY tr1t 6 i iTtI ndy 0uiscnbepry Cofroprs Wf t t jJI i lLi pl Daily1 Y AuctfrIT1 SSalesq Well6 Ligbfet Sa1esI Floor 1forI 1 tr t jSqthep t i jf1 J J be tafen care of so as to realize best prices for your toba- ccos1TandY J Xliiisenberryp Manager fV V1 i 4SI I McElroyy f rtonI Real Estate Agents We have in our Hands for sale the following described property all oft which we will be glad to show anyone thatt wishes to bijy p pertrI100 Farm containing 115J acres well located good six room dvfelling tenant house and barn prize 4P00 101 Farm of 180 acres 5 roon- dwelling house 2larns price 82 per acres 102 Farm of 177J acres Smiles from Mackville I 103 Farm of 135 acres seven and One miles from s iingfigood tenant house and two barns mostly in grass rice7peracre jt I 106 Farm 45 acres good house aIul barn good land and well fenced Price 4500 t ier Farm 170 acres located 5 miles from Springfield Kysmall house stock and tobacco barn well fenced and watered Psice 60 per acre 108 Farm 170 acres one mile from Mackville well iimproved jn every way lays well and in a high state of cultiva t gionFarm 1Springflcldper acre 110 Farm 170 acres 21v miles from Springfield 5 room dwelling small ifenci t 111 Farm 4Q acres 3 J2 miles fronPSpringfield nice dwelling and taylprass Price 5750 per acre j 112 6 room frame cottage 2 acres afi land nice littje barn and other outbuildings located 12 mile from Spring field Price 2200 213 Farm of 206 acres 7 12 miles rom Springfield 16 per acre fruit and Shade TREES Everything for Oi chard Lawn and Garden Write for Catalogue No agents H F HILLENMEYER Lexington Ky The Cooling of t113 WodtJsIAll lnndhs In tiIHlltII niiluuity It pronctilnj frl Wftv a rulhott Cnnnott hull Is tnkon nut uf n funaie und sujqumdi In the air If purls a llli Its hunt keeps ou pjJrrltiKwitli It UlIll1gltUnllly reailfcs the tt niptrI nun KurroundliiK it Ami what happens tt the cannon h1I1Is Imppeiitti to tho sun Tin mui Is steadily loslus heatt niulcoutnyrtlti ami tlievau Is true of the plmiOts and of every ltla r body spatiC Mist natlif arctic clrolo temJlcrftlchill Is ftemiily mlvaiKlnp upnii tile wnrmtli everywhere XewYork Anioy lean A Modest Pat There aviUry told of n French poet who iiitiirt of a friend and flatterer wlHit lie Uintiplu Ur his last orka1 jirrlvHljti the fifteenth canto lie refitted vftli riitlnrsinsin mini think there Is imihliix Umre htltU utul null tiirsiintinn lit rill languageIPardon l e tljiiv Is one t said the poet Ah perhaps you mean Chateau briamls Atala Certainly ti ttt mean my six teenth unto Testing Her How would you fetk eiarlsse If you and were nlIltiK duwrr the stream of llfo Itwifthir fstr away from here it How far fleorRe- Oh J far far away ldlJe so terrltily homeslck for mother And from that night this young man ceased his VlsltsrJurtspst Library A Fruitfql Time Did lack derive any fruit frc n the lecture Yes snreedld He met tbe u ntethhtllrAmerican t I t DtEUC JOff Valuable LivJtbck 2 d On the farprf W CthybrooIre 1 2 miles Eastof Springeld on Mackvi1l pkepjillttto the highest and best bidder tte follpsving Live Stock 9nI f 1 j SSin TThursday NovembeieFI l iiJci r 24 Hid of Mules If1C lheadof coming 3year ofl Mules all broke to wopk one team off oyearold tnaromnies extra ood 16yeold Horse Muie3 yearling Mutes lpai Red Sorrel mare mule jJlts and 1 Horse and one Mare Celt r v r Six Brood rMares Six Brqod Mares all in foal ro Thurman eters Jack except one Registered mareiii foalS tto Red Biad Also Ifl3year ojd Buy iGerdiug t t fof 1l tf AH are of tho vory comes contnritlwlthth a of the increase jn the price of till forced to the November strfaight be all UT five yr Ziyearling Colts by 3raj i Hngi Horse vColt by Bird 1 jl ijf l eanlinl by KtIt Jilteen Head of aUk f 1fj t JOti Shorthorn 1 ill6ldJerSey 1 black jetritajc 4eiir t ab t600 2 I ril biM j eight head highgradel Jersey all btit veryflne Reg stered Bull w tVill seIllBernis Tobco Settergoodane4LTbbacco Bed Burner 5j4T3 4o ue Litrg StoveHeating good ai f news h t 4 t j J r Lun atil3OLfTER1h monthstimtnotew ioterestlgcod perSOllalsecurJtY andpayable in either Bank Sprrngbeld SOR1IFLBYB1BLIMGi l UUtt621LtS YOUR PtCEIS MINE If r f WfjD G1aybrokeJI- t 1 7 rMoores AirTight Heater liliDoes the Workof a Fiirnel Handsomest EWnickeled parts highest tlnlsh thorough a process knosn MooreNo pollah Notice Because locrease meals accordtngjy therefore after i will UI of Two Mare Red Bird Red yearlinghay coir and marc clt Bed Bird soli Cow and Call Cow and Calf weight lbs searUng Jrck jHeifers also ffl l 1 Its t y far the greltestneater on earth f Built om a entirrty Mf c ferent principle than others Heats by circulation instead of TSMim- Ori c Moores Air Tight Heater will heat your entire Mal m Stairs and downand keep every floor as warm as though you hsd afurnace rt heats the air in the farthest room to the MUOC toamVa tyre as ihe air in ihe same room as the stove I fS i 1 JKMoores Air Tight Heater burns hard coal or the e heaPtt k1d el land ah JKJ run at less than half the cost of other heatt jTue Egg Shaped Dome anthHot Air Flue Frepet const alt Ut esrb l Iin the coal thus overcpmlng the smoke and soot nuisance as well aaithjo fuel last longer There are no clinkers and no cinders4 Tho Dust Flu v takes all the dust and jprevsmall ashes j the floor and furniture The AsFipan Apron keeps all ashes from falling on the floor when remov ing pan The and v keeijg tho stove like new for a whole year The Air Tight Draft Control en ables you to hbld a fire from 24 ta 3 hours Fire never goes out oyer control night and Is always under perfect W ii and i read new Serial by W in tho tf Gps lit the gr atcst the Kvear and by Dana Gibson All parts swrfaeat arowrf Mil A Jstogrether air tight Npthl lHilt ir1 tos wlcklng tfacd IB mew l ia expands and contracts with tI r that the stove rt i i and under complete oeetrol ltimes stop In 1m4I Set 1- secret of odr Opit nnj icanjr other fests Wie Iroom to upI LIt Iyqu that OB ef tM i replace two TthrM 1tLjtr f FpRSALEBYI 5U4JL 8 GLEAVE j k I 1 3j J L t pfrovJsiph5rTraira iPrCf tv4910cenis tilirgleM6r Head CoIls Saves Over Half Yoiif Coal BJI Handiest Heater A js irE p Everyone Springfield vicinity to the Qpering ctiaptersIthe fedbert Chatubefs Noembernurnler mopoliton Magazine Is nQvelQg is illustrated Chutes ar0 is so te prhttVa 1 q N here ito or w OHtWlfwkll TZ R Ii J AOeif s rtill1ltYtjf r r IsbaflIktOwObbb4m1 ney tltIrece1ye4fPfeIItrOi Rem d L If JNf J JrmerMO Hit kj tIVS 1115fannoyi4Ce i JI 4it MWO tl1eep HeR1 y Idy Cowpktely cafe taii Robert I1 i L1L rTi14iT1iT Jw T T flI GT BURTON r C KIDNTDENTIT 0ri s rLt14OUT PAIN If t iii4iIta f PRXGPILDY Ali Dental Work Strit13l l Firttclmw i J tID l R jC MUDD jTC 1 Wciu lid Silmoncrr Oflk hours 8 to 9 am- lto2pmVcJk OMeta over Hay nm Druffsto t fJ j J ILampt n M D r ceQTase 1pqOft4rk H a RuttlCRCC No 38 tIWF GRIGSBY Ji 1Sr Rfl1XLD XY j 41 Dr MW HYATT Red Cros DruOffot ove Start Offlot hours Hyatt 1030 If ito 12 m 4 ki5 pm i JGIJYIMYSM fUUIALuuiilHtETDS AJA1ICENSEO EMBALMER R tTELEPHONEDAYtaNIHT74t- o 1 r MGFJELD 2 f Railroad Schedule V Following Iisthfi time schedule now iia effect on the BardstowL taDd Springfield branch railroad ICa 41Leave Louisville at p 430 p m Bardstown Junetiou- r 522 p m Bafrdstown 6C6p m z airrivea at Springdjeldv 655 p m No 42T Leases Springfield at to 600 m B ito1n 645 a m1D v Batdfctowff Junciiofi 730 a mhi acSt arive a a in i tNo 43 Leaves Louisvillefc i 720 am Bardstown Junctio 855 mj Bardstown 1OO5 all arrive at Springfield 1140 Vrn are No 44 beAves Springfield aj 100 p ip Bardstown 220 p m Bardstown Junction 410 J ptl1arrif eg at Louisville 545 p n ceSNo 90 Snnday only Leaves bl 1 Springfield 715 am Bardstowu inR S4 800 a m Bardstown Junction 11i 945 am arriye at Louisvilit areV 35amfoNo 91 Sunda s only Leave Louisville at 600 pm Bards torn Junction 645 p mj Bardk town 780 p m arrives w Springfield at 825 pal f IftJAO WORK IN TEXASw Hiw Gray1 Highways Forty F et T ItWide Are Built The method of constjwtlng roads In 5county Tex was described at n j toCi inrIgefroadsbnd been completed In tbt covBty the rate of construction bavin W1teeapebmonth The commissioners court Ml charge of the svorli the commls V I sieaefg acting as sujMriutendents butinJreceitiug instructions from the court- Your camps yet maintained each camp Consisting ota grading a gravel a concrete and a rock and labor crewthTwo convict rews Were tilted at 1 21 cpEi work day per man tOT loaduig wagons Foremen receive f75a month Sisslztauta S45 a month and concrete foremen sa per day Labor Is Ltd day t rt Hri7tvv ler CT f y 5per day tind th waitn IT thosa hilulin 55fjug one yard IOt1N ur gracI wIts L50h 5per day for those hauling loud uf and oneqitnrtbr ynrda cafh Oae man c Sj employed todo ndthlu bus locate- aad test gravel Tie UnUiHueut such usC1IlI2inter Vvaguns wheelbar f roSllcks drills siocIs tool boxes vs tents etc costs about 3OO9tI A roadway tat Ieat forty It t jalmed at The roads are bunt almost entirety of pit grtvtI which IS bought 7 by the acre at an itverage cost of about 7 cents per l8Bd The nit twenty J rmllcs of road cost an avorasapcr mill 1 as follows Grading 33584 WSi Labor and salaries 3J7C1 Gravel and r3k hauUnj f I1833 i cEntzieerInConcrete CHISII uctiot tS Mlsoellantoui 13ffi SThe avcraij whit 1101 Mfel was six n 1 tern feet nJ thtjJ crisV depth four- f Inches at the edg nd twelve to p ffwtlc nnfl AVrtiliinl at the Tr w- nfTlu areraseiRlabeirof lod of grJvel p and rflkle mile waSrls5J and the raverajre Iiiul tWIt IOlrIe average j cot of Irtsl jir mill khl vTs 32 14Tcents TJiprt tat nn uvehige of two ad onehalf xomrete liridges anti cul ves per mile costing an average of t 3I 597Q each Tuisp were bunt of re SeI4fieed eiicrete5the reenforcemeni bss bought by tbe carloaa and the tfla 40QO barrel lots These are 1 t ea the general rule of providin iqare foot of opening for each fIiiJr xi ip cK Ate acres to be drained i Tbs trvkes of an engineer may bi MitajIrti tt tome extremely fiat or x ferW Tteceg or commissioners d tor H hawtrer have been able to J MMWc tfcto fentsre of our work satlslF trfcrUjr teI Jj JWto0 Instance l i l rTic atJy cost 4hem 1100 vMeh gtriu a rtiy small average pert SIIitac ihte AAt thea1y engIneeip ttf Item for twenty miles of JfWN 4 i41n nJrJ uITuV01Wl uU Local Happenings or Interest The Freshest and Latest t AllAbout Yojiirseir Friends II 14Acquaintances wmi KAAM Splendid new line of Fur Tur bans at Miss WilUe Knotto next j Saturday 1 F 1SALESOW and five SOlbshoats eL Grundy For the newest5 stapes in hats call on Miss WillievKntt RoosJtars for sale 75cSMrs J T Yaste Untrimmed hafemw on sale afc Wdthen Shaders 4tcutrate rices 1 Mound City Plaints may cost trifle more but Leo H y don New ine chjldrens hats at Wathen Shaders Tbe ladies of the + Pleasant Grove church will have a sale oi cakes chickensl and salads t n WedriesdayNoV 23rd at Hagan Bras Patrjonage solicittdi Aunt Lizzie Jbnjes an old and ectad colored woman di d onday ot heart trouble and was buried yesterdav LOST Between St Rose and Springfield oa Sunday October 1st an amethyst rosary witha gold chaiti Finder Will return Miss Emma N nan STRAYED On my farm about three months ago a black heifer calf we ghtine about 450 pounds Owner can have same by paying i pasturage and jfor this adver tisement 4 iSH GShewmakerrd8I NOTJCE All persons indebted Hennessy lBaker must come at once and settle else I sbailI ave to sue to collect the unpaid counts Marshall Duncan i 4 t NPTICB I am prepared to do l kind sewing and nay prices reasonable MRS G L PitiCE Mrs JJO Walker brought to is office Tuesday something ex ptional in the way ofa yegea e it being four turnips weight10 pounds They werett grown on the Walker farm andsthe largest seen in this cityll r a long tUne iOI1f w1ich was fbeMiS last week at t6t Fathers OConnor t nd Cleary closed ori last st Sunday The attendance as very llarge during the whole eek and especially on Sunday afternoon when the large ch rch It was filled to overflowingI The TobaccdrFaiii which was bave Jaeen heldAy the Wash- gt3n County Tobacco Ware house Co at their Warehouse as declared off because tbf th accoinot being in cad thus preventing many from cbmpet t g for the premiums The Fair will be held at a date to bean nounced later When itis hoped at there will be nothing to prevent anyone from exhibiting his tobaccoS The jury in tthe Prather eel g land case returned a verdict favor of Mr Keeling Plain tiffs have filed a motion arid grounds for a hew trial The case of Nannie J Stigall Sallie Pipes z contesting he will of the late W T Stigall was begun on Friday and the case given to the jury Monday afternoon failing to agree thej were discharged from further considerationof the case until ednesiav They were sent to the juryroom to reconsider the ase vesterda but Still failing to agree were finally discharged alt bnSThe case of the Commonwealth vs Erastus Holiday charged R ith the murder of Thomas Ward on ast November was continued on ibe motion of the Commonwealth he case was tried at the last term of this oourt and resulted tnahung jjujryA As Jold in The Hill Wbjcltil comes to the Spring field opera house oil November 19Tti is a play conceded by both press and public as standing preeminent among all melodrama productions of the seasons offer ingi MrW FMann has spared neither plans nor money o make this production corn lete in every detail The cast his been carefully chosen and sstnery painted from photo TOPICS Qcqiq44 rw i Teeth ex i tracted with tli out PAIN or ei DANGER i No charges i when plates giI f iIj Jvertiedi WV Springfield STAUARDDDS tl1j Kytt graphic views t taken in and i i round the mountains of Arkansas where thfe plot is laid A most realistic and thrilling scene of the greatknife combat pith the Indian in the woods and jvh3n lhe curtain galls in the 61imai many people are heard to exclaim tIS he seriously hurt tJ IThE company carries SeVeral f all blooded Sioux Indians with hem in01dcl i to givera complete production and muke the play of ill the seasons i melodramatic offerins ampb eIlRJss ell Mr Theo C Campbsy an IEslstIE wedding to take place in liouis viUe December 7th 1910 CravenEdelen i i The bans of matrimony were published Sunday at St RosJbetween Polic Ed lenJr andy issMary Craven of Lebanon The wedding will take place at St Augustines sometime this monthS i playbrookeMattingly Mr Albert Mattingly and Miss iis Maggie Claybrooke were married ijti Xiouis ville Ou1rlast Saturd y t The bride is a daughter of Mr CP Claybrookand a prominentb young llady pf the Texas neighh bdrhdo and the groom is an industrious t farme- rBakerThompsn Quite ja prelty wedding tastl1lt of Ml Earnest ThomppnO to Mss Laura Baiter which was- olemni ed at St Dominics on lasj Thursday afternoon at oclock by Rev Father lieu v nessy The bride was attractively atvtire in abhje silkdressard wore a picture hat trimmed with black plumes Mrs Frank Peters and JMrceding the ceremony and as they entered Miss Cain played the Iwr sSuncl Mr Tom Eden of Louisville and the groom ep tered with Mrf Richard Edelen The ushers were Messrs Waibep Simms Mike Simms and Franks aWiettf ttifpotted plants and the ceremony was performed beneath a large wedding bell suspended from a floral arch The bride is a daughter of the late Judge Win H Baker and is a beautiful young lady possessing many ec t con plishments and is popular with a large circle qf friends The groom is a prominent ySung dfcrmptand is an industrious and upright young man After t th ceremony they droye to the horae of the groom near iBards town where tfaer will reside Gccd treultsiaiwajs follow the useof Foley JCidney PiUs They cpntriln I just the ingredients necessary vto tifFkidneys t ache Haydoift rRobertson r t r OPt HOUS- EJOBERT i t i OBINSON Presents the Greatest Play Success In Years ST ELMO j With Catherine HaIeyor and a Great Cast JPr es25t 35 and 50 fAi big ftispity I Washington County Gives a tj mocraticMajority S of 500 e T Washington county like the rest of the country went Demo 1bptll I over the county and a very lightt otewaspolled many on each side did not iafitejd especially wusI i this true sof the Republicans 1t1 t rThe vote according to preciucts cisPreoncts Jhnsn Gaddiei llltlNorth jv 30 33 6teorenjdtfckville i 126 97- Pottsvifle ijH 100t 43 Springfield No 8 150 61 SpringfielajNog 140 28 Springfield jfrcTlO 140 A lDKelly Shop 104 38 LBrusl1of Total 1142 640 Johnsons majority 500 Mr Austin the Socialist canx didate received one vote in Springfield No 8 and Mr W F at hiGrigsbyWjllisburg Son Ban Johnson mide a re markaberace of his opponent Dr G W Gaddie carrying in every county in th di8tri tapbC win Wing by a pluraliiy of 6001at FEFe c NJJLI t 1 26 dcLeb1 Messrs G B Cunningham and the S Olaybrooke were in Louis ule Tuesday the Miss Regenia Oryaniwho i isSattending school t St Gather tliriei nI Mrs L H Bellabaum who has W been quitei sick for several days on improving Mr C1msA Phaiip ishiLexas hoondrMrrier attended lhe wedding ol sister Mss Laura Baker at lehispacef g Mr G A Dohouey of Leb of con was here Tuesday Mr EL B McElroy has ref turned from a busiues trip to- klahoma Messrs Joe Begeman aridl toulville alMriLle spent Sunday here MrsrHL BolJrick entertain ed at Euchre yesterday after OOn r Mrs T D Tapp and daughter Margie havq relumed frim St ouis Margie who has oeen eriousry ill stood the trip Vell fir ly Mr Lo aurof BlnQinfield was not lveiQ Monday an businesspa Messrs H 11110S8 W JenStdm Bired Stem C W Camden Jo nd Lj A Burns are attending tle he tobacco sales at Lexington ao this yeek l r Misses Alma and Mildred Spalding of Lebanon v spent Tuesday here u v Mr and Mrs Earnest 1hompS I11 son of Bardstown spent Sunday here Misses Lula Myrtle l3essirand Pearl Campbell spent vtster s day in Louisville J ftMturned from aI visit to igbII Grove IyrI y Rev Wm1oIjer of LOUIS ville was ltqre Saturday v jj Mrs Tom Fhirdesty has lreturn 1daILbiettb foMrChabyville 1i lyre hil week t Is Hon K A Russell of Leban nc on was he e esterday Miss Mabil Thompson is visit ing Mrs 0 Al D liney at LmmanonMiJ Y Myes and Mislu luAlirevlcEjro3j E E Bus eralJfJ nrrodsbur xr f jFor Sale ta tiIth oughbred trotting mare with saddle bred colt at aide in foal totijaclf two bro9dtsows one thor oughbred BerksWre sow and one ew 2 horse wagon wi1i harness Mrs Afla Davison l CryFOR OASTORUIA a IInMemoriam ODiefl Gofobe i 2ii prmjMrs Eliza A at her home 323 East Hut binson Kansas marriedww bbrn May15 1846 county Ky and was Edward At Thompson 1865 She resided wi band near Springfield 1ton Co Ky until October 18JJ when she moved with her familYi to near Hutchinson Kan resjd ngon Ii farm until 1903 moved tbe P resent home at hat date heIeavEsa husband and ti1v hildren to rnourh her death all of whom were at the bedside ex LosIarling Eliza she has left u Left us yesfor evermore But we Hope to meet our loved one On fyiatbright and happy Shore EAT- Commissioners dale KjiII Va ihingtou Circuit Court orcas Me Hillanc Plff 0VB Equity ulie Hahic Mft By virtu of a Judgment and order sale or the Washington Circuit Court rent ered at the October term 1910 in the above styled cause i shall proceed to offer foesale on the premI- ses on SATURDAY DECEMER 3 1910J 2oclock pm or thereabout the ghest bidder at public auction upon yearstheA tract of land situated on the waters of Chaplin river in Wash gton County Kentucky and- ounded as follows Beginning a a Beach tree On the sine of e road rutVin thence S 73y 143 poles to J3 a stone in the ranch tthence down the same poles to Gum Lick thence the same as it meanders 0 poles to D a Beech tree on north side of Chaplin thence crown the river 28 poles ofiit Ea stone on the same side river thence N 410 poles to a walnut tree on Uhe side of hill near a dugroad run ng thence with thesame S 82 25pole toO an oak stump A the East sideJ eft the firrft main road henryiith aid road iit meanders 223poes to thet giniin con uninsf one bun et ami twelve 112 acres For the purcha e price the pur chasers with approved security orosureties must execute bond bearing gall interest from date of sale unJi1oid and havng the force and effect Judgment Bidders will be pared t comply promptly with preIIn terms C 7 B03LEY Jl CW C C s Hunters Notice Tne undersigned notify fLU persons that no hunting will bslowed on their lands J HNally Vi ParroltBros CJ Haydon Mrs Watt a Bryanf hhhIt Beats AM1 This fs quotefl from a letter o- f1lM Jtockwell Hannibal ro I recent used Ebleys Honey ad Tar for the st tithe I say I am pleased oes half express my feelings It t oeats all the remidieslever used I icontracted a bad cold and was threat ed with phcumoeia The first seg gave great relief andoue botycompletely cured meJ Contains opiates Haydon z Rberfsoiid Tp RnjuSkrt ySJwsi n ynrdStl k ny1 lluqj the end oa flout aifl uuirb wlrh chalk ur the of vjjJsti J nlx ut ovory two till truMtiii the jiliJft Tlils mark t thlrfslx hulios frmn the llooi1 iul tlu Istm Lip UiigUi lsnlnndy ai vcd Liiy Hidrtfii table nml sul atr imrnr Inches from this Uugtl you want It from Uuifloor Iftwi chcs mark thy rflcirt thirtyfour Lilts In tlli4il from the uuasurc d your r irtwill In liurfoctly even tl out can do fsitly atone To Sew In Sleeves After seamslh wrtlsl have been sewb4 and nrntiiillu trimmed to suit hold of ge4 togeter beginning ut shouldei aziLiIrsure carefully until you Tiid the conter and murk It wtu a tl hr uiJIf the waist Is for a tlilu per oil plnco tliQ sloevo scmloOe Inch rward of this mrk If toi mediuiri jber e and onefourth inches and if seoutinfallible if followed with exact as SourPork Chops This Is a Gqrman dlsl Fry the re Qulret number of pork chops and 5re frovetablespoonful of flour Into the glaze in tli he pannnd when 1brown add three arter gurful hot vilter onequartel pful Vinegar onelmlf teaspoonful hi allspice pcpi cr jtIRl salt Pour this p edavyCleaning Furl BBradlyrthlCIlWflrO comethei then rubbed thoroughly Into the fur Then brush the fur with a clean brush ll all the bran has becn removed t The fur will regain Its fojrmer Ulster Green Tomato Pier 1pie1 v tl te a l cloves tablespoonfulti vhiogar Mix well to gether and bake between two crusts 5i v r f I L l C 4 ititNEW FALL GOODS eos D s i It i I v 1 i Are now being received by us daily 1tI and in a few days will have opeh l and ready for your inspection one of Ie f theTcIeanest and most uptodateV line of Dry Goods Dress Goods W T 1 Trimmings t Novelties anctNotions t it y F JIttkJV it has ever been our pleasnre to show v 5Jtili iJ j r V I = f2 v We are now showing DANDY LOTof f fr I vfflenSe s a1dBoyss ClOththg I f hb i Shoes HatsSIurtsanlJ J NeckwearI f 7 I t I 1Dontt t I t adleSiSiSSuits anf Ittr iJJt I before buying We willbe pleased to shwwyou IIRobertsomC1aybooko Go INCORPORATE L = H 11 I RIDING tEiE BILLOWS j Few Pointed Suggestions ForOceap t Travelers Do not Interfere with the captain In If3Ucntboai on LaUe Muhuok There art few captapis now Intl1l transatlantic service who Hnv not crossed the cean sevvral thne timid we know of none who has nfqtiiivd his knowledge f the seaIu n correspondence school ltE the lady with golden hair seated the steamer chair next to yours in advertently puts bus head dn your ShonluV nod groans do not rudely ni move Itbut whistle a soft lullabv as ifsyou diq not notice the net Bear InI mind tMif two heads are better than one Tlieflullaby her tol enuvlremoelShould oW desire to go below before he goes t6 sleep scud tle deck stew ard after her husband and ask him to remove them himself It In the midst of your dinner you feel a sudden emotional qualm arising within you rise with if as nearly 511 nndtJJttu1roUl r lIIt to sUlk to the ajsles between the tables and not go leaping from unteellopecourse would ctouse considerable c iuj fusion in the dining room and in your haste you might Inadvertently trip over another passengers welsh nibblt which Is opt considered good tbl1Inndyourwa ou tlnd staircases blocked by1 others hastening upward like yourself o oot step upon them hi your iliad flight upward but slle down tile bnnl tEn5 to the tower deck which y6u will just as well adarUid to our needs as the upper Any deck Is good dn ft qnalmlohn Keiidricb j Bangs In Oarpfers Weekly POWER OFA WORD Why France Changed the Name of the Lifo Saving BeltJ-A j vivid illustration of tthe power oft mere words over human beings was once brought to the attention of French people by Frandsqne Sarccy After thi wreck ot the Bourgogne many poss ngers verefound floating i drowned with lire preserves vu These- Utc preservers were fatsened 6pon theI but round the middle Instead under the arms and the greater weight of the upper pnrt of the body had tinned the head Under water and e 8Ofl ot course was Inevitably drowned Now If appears that the greater nura of the persons so drowned were French The French tern for life pre rver Is celnture do sauvctagtvor life saving belt This word feinture sug gests to the mind In ItSmoments of disorder and unreadiness such as great catastrophe brings thq Idea aI putting on a Jell and as n bolt Is putIroiiuil the waist and nowhere else the- ighifened rson instinctively adjusts J1hoJI person so provided falls Into the waters body tips over with the heavier art downward anti the held is plung beneath the surface The lbelt therefore was the cause of the loss of many tires in the ourgogne disaster Sarcey according proposed to counteract the fatal ef d t of the French word by renaming e article and calling lin brassiere which Is d kind of waist and by bring Ing the woro bras or arm to mind to teach people to put a life preserver on Just underneath the anus Chicago RecordHerald Language J r dont believe day two Ilic EnglIsh tauguag ne- dusJ arK Ob I dont know Whats the mat r with raise and lift Theres nJJg difference Iomlset chickens and have a neighbor Who has been known to lift thwnPhU ndelphia Ledger 4i 3 O1It j I t tt J Best Brihtfcuit 1000 500 250 rrt Red Leaf 750 50a 250 e lLugj 750 500 Trash 250 2 50o rIIBest 6 gooJ medium handstied together compose a sample Scad samples and come and Iet6 talk tobacco If yov iatoi s fi write jus at once No entrance fee Everybody iaViicd 1e no charges yrhalever Our warehouse located tin the rail1OtMlrand run for the farmer Leu 4peiv to l han Jogsheitd markets And sellint hoise IIIowneddy411b4iriner the room Old FREEiHouse and get hig1teit pncNt ROBT TI L GEN BOHANNONJ U It i t crYOUCANHAVWarm I p Ught jJ and Rye Bread v- Jj a1 r J piornin at II Oclock by teief phoning or qallmg ait 9 I Katiellertlein JBros I 0fa I Phone 69 Ir- YOneofourGraiie4Juicj IIo r 7II r h t J iJiiJir rJ i e I IfrLb I ofI 1iItr7 W 1t it I t pL3O day r receiving the Iarge3t siockfofj t FURNITURE f r shown Here Being encourate l b tM p t bad t I ness we have goneth limit ad ftiltd ivntf available spicewithuptodt Furnitur uW w p are prepared by buying in advance to olltr patrons good values for their moiwy We ths 0 I ffindI iII LEAC ltlS fi IICAt pBprRs f AJt ii tfl Ito J J j ff Hte mSfelf A i hi vsicbIfl tb Law f IJ I r MARY DLAILEt f f ij SVI UttAAeVJHVr Asesiuri pulu1itiuulilutiu1nmhtimmh f 7A warn in tksg U11Ih e1 et j saiic bsI a aia whit aMt ISiIR esal p tS MIPS ad her Urn afcarpiy a4 1 cW IJ11iii4I Ilr I rw w ts y ataf ar ti bsv asu 70s U11I daH aM- AreJ08r i IP wtt ieuss ae air I prefer WNwaRItI1LIer- t I l R aMit priiwlL DuvbtIeg- art ptrf et7 kwfHMt a 4 atecere ta f j4 as tee aa eq tuce btt h r ttMt e1aett are tak en whi a MaIiter oUy t ilatJtbelwoYtII t We 1r pMird = T Itt tie MaNi o a traaerM f iW are perfectly riffct I am Mark JLiiiiMM and hare oftca beN la Cai t Lr fi Tbtra kaYs JMC Mr Richard itlA e U yo are JMC lie JM NMB w amcIst1y U be Ms twte tt iL NpUM the etbe tea C lit 4thatlI bave oftea beea taken for I afiPtefM I wk that i coald mr that 1 am be lor I UMkntaad he SU a IwrtiiM Wbea were yoa IB I 4tWAllrrtJjtienea toM bim ibat be5 bad left fibleaco but a few week ale adding hUJare net Efcbard PSt ofi 34 JCfchati irtU yW MW ktedly teUae i5IMtIII aM iI my auIAIexader- i j Hr Aadenen willie be carefmlly re l JbMB appealtog jte cevrt Mr f iMt M efferftmky et pw- tr i biikbi k way Levering ate a 4ir= to be trytag to are4d a40tgredUy gay way Ud SMfete d bJineelf to WcoIHbaUte TOi kta ew a qvauta ce Fiaally 4siea meatioBed a certain yoHng Mra Markksd JxTeriBg pbissarL yanjtI reetmbie MiM Aa ieriom 4w at OM time attemtlT to erf 1 X1wd trietile twa aea were In w irOo at the hotel LOT wriHBf1 a lItter He had uiikii and addreaced1 If and wai be jig another wbe be waa called away Ivtth iddreeeed letter OIl Me table ar rWch he had written itWbea Jre returned Anderson aaid to iiIf iknow that yonr aBdwrit 1 te teTery UktbatOftbnaa I mk terr j fKw to yen keW tha7 inked LoTeriac IM1 eevMaet HIp aeelaf the address en tMeier e left ea tbe tablJit w7eaintont manawrJ nkRr 4 itFc c34rrthg1H iwdyenbeceaio W tks fact ii that ttewoa wan l thail if Aoaint Wi she abswed yon fck letters NJiM Id ceH Ider that ltoaorable1j i wiLue tnrth ill tDa bard vtIfIlabotttPHnota ud the la ly be 4 ir I thovgkt it my ut7I jiJ awe4 ea letter to fMTteettiM that I WM mltaken but 1 calBTiawtd her at lest1 Lvrarkit dtil not a en to take enough titerMC Ja the matter to follow it fur hiri wMH aId Anderson If your aa fiu bi e Pierson ii enr handwriting sWere mot of tlte same name rito hto name Rfchanl UPlert s r LveIsg wrtte the name and Show JC Who 41tCre fil1v 1 think 1 have a BOte from i iPftbw be Idifl1iet It and com 8 pare tile two signatures IV GolBf to hto fooffl he returned with I Itpy Informed l Mr Anthotederien that a certain request of his eHhI net be granted- I Net eveo aa expert said Antferson icen1d tell the algnaturea2part Jle looked ap at Lovering and feund LereriBf Ipeklog at him with a cHCtI1sg xpreBlodt k eJ1attet I ItBderttatid1 what jou are urJ1y 1ia jeer san bUt I wont have aajthlmg tejdo with the Matter except 1 Ike pnaanshLp T acneIt ni write tbcheck foull have to t 4fjtH mtJoit vTe wmtWe too sully Im afraid of r eV V Nothing risked BOthhfg gained L What amount do you propoee to go jv fetrti What do yon propose This Is your t f JMHCteatton I cuppose you have fig end Mgettteg findS out of this man t before and are nested en what be will 4 BtaBd TJllaHtnit Ad ron baij figured 1getUag fand from Pleraon and i c knew where be kept bisbank account k ic r1a what was hl credit It WAS agreed 1 Pxtweii the two fli4fl that Loverlag Y aaioteic a eiic for i000 Oi L i W sa rk WkrAr w P1 kept Afl v t ex ioe etieed for roar Meek ofwraUog The rascal rr1 eW Hi Jtew ork tdgfctber teI i wIAd JH ODe U1D l JII5 teb Dder p t deaijjMiat Lmrtog ckl ear that clue he wevJd do the fergli he alone would = XflMjr AWteraornwiHLTtbrow the WheJe burdea blai Levering alnol rfa trib iIiw aheitt the1ii ibbd of w1Dgth 07 Reieaibug Pier woaei- r if Ide ttaortkia at the bank He coaWpre Jqs neat the check with certainty that ItlNMd be paid l without neaton He HwNfore M dre4 6Jrfj1o writeI j hfaa propaalUo to get nM 0 Mt ef 4 Ftawoa br forffo bh MBM juM per tag kflm Loyerg NtIlHdt Ilwl h tb aettir antI AMienoa t j kI thai peper 4t AuderWa t n i Jt JaI f1 io qIs iiMt IiJlHl Tt ea a certain dytt eAeM A M seer Ii 1f etttgmfe Phmoni bait ccouc with a view to determining tf t w mW 1 4gsps fKh M WM m r miro AQqenon RTstuu to aerer tn- xecu4lou of the paper Lovering re qiiie iill tbe time of dntwtug be viifaj but Loferlug retto go to IaWvea iff hia pal tlwt a prbfKwitkw o p ttrac was toot jit the eye eC the Jaw tie aefte aa perpetrattef a fnmd I Mld lfMN ira a great dlf ti1j ritiid a UMM jjefar u foladttcehlM to ntgt the papV- Ayiea tbefty appointed came monad la eraoat aed Lovering wet IB the Job by of a New York hotel uwalt aald LoVerlag what do you knewr ri know tht a ccrtela lady on whom metJotyPteraoeT himeelf to not far off though hejj Mt ao thick with her he as- ion mean aiace you broke npthe fAt1c bctWeea thera swell thalji abOut it a Judlc4t1HiIve never been In a scheme like tile before 1 belong to a god faintly ttWell never mhad your family what baveiypu twind out about Pier- 1IObaBJtb laq r e He bad ver 70000 in bank yesterday How dld you tJndJt outt T Im in with one of the bookkeep ers I4bl You are Well did you get jne of the banks blank checks Yee Here tls v He produced his pocketbook and took out several blank checks The only bkhe saidooIs thislIersona checks have printed numbers on theni The teller may notice this is not num bered Ill Ox that by calling for one of the banks checks and signing It right there before him Good never thought of titThen you can pay rue my share and hell think you drew the money for peclal purpose Tbe same afternoon the two mtn en tered tbe bunk where Ilersoif kepThls account Lovering went to the pay lug tellers window nud said Goodwin give me a blank check I want some money AIl right Mr Ilersoc And be handed the bit of paper through the window Levering took It to a shelf where were writing materials end wrote thp chock and signed It with as finns hand as if be were drawing his own mpney Youre a cool one said Anderson who WitS trembling like a lent Lovering presented the check and asked for tbe money In 500 bills The two Tiien waited till the sum was coUntod KU received iti through the tellers Window As they1 left the bunk Anderson drew a long breath You 41d that splendid ly he said Bow could you keep your nerve = An honest mans nerve Is never strained by bis conscience replied fbe other drew my own money What do you mean asked Ander son starting 1am RIchard IMerson tbe man whom your lying tongue Depurated froni Virginia MnrklnndI You neednt havqimpiywhite that you are swindler Bojf you ever fooled a lady of Mrs Mark lands good sense is a mystery to 1lnWiIblestepsAndersoI the order and Plerson reentering the bank deposited the money he bad drawn That rvenlng he sent a tan up to Virginia MaJkland wiio was Staying at one pf the uptown hotels On it wan written have an explanation to make He met the lady In her par lot but wan coldly received It Is only jrKeiitly1 lie said that by accident have discovered who nolHoued yoy against me I confess that inn astonished at your h di listened toa min who should be in tate prison To whom do you refer Edwunj Anderson 7Mr Andtrson Is gentleman w If you think so reud this He drew the contract by which be and Anderson Wtrettto obtain money by forgery Then hp told tlk story fof bow he acquired If j The lady admlHKl tlinl without this written evWeuce she would hot have believed that one she had lung honored fUl11imilnund was forgiven r A Persian Hotel I Some yedrs ago an effort was made to establish a European hotel at tbe junction of tthe two most traveled roads of Persia Each room of this ho tel contained some articles which I at least hive never found In any hotel Al1ongthemand a toothbrush Perhaps it was on account of this extravagance that the scheme failed An American mission cry as he was leaving thlsJptelj one servnfrtwltbet This djgiiltkd uiuu in clerical ntlllre with his wife and children was J9re vented from leaving the hotel until It was ascertained hattll had spoken the truth when be said that bo threw the brush under the heEl to scare away a cat Mrs CdlquhouuinLus s Angeles Times Fifty Men and One Elephant Interesting tests went recently made in London to determine the respective pulling power of horses men and ole phanttJ Two horses wwl thing lUOO pounds each together jnilled pounds or r 50 pounds more that 37MI combined weight One pounds each togetlurjpulled 37SX pound or J210 pound1 ls than Its weight FJfty men aggregating 7J10 pounds iu weight pullcdy750 pounds orJustti mach sis the sIngle elephant but like tin bursts they pulled more than their nWU uvlcbt Jny buhdred men pulird 1itaJii puuftds St Louis Republic Futsy Mothers Children are often worried because their usrtthVrK are too attentive and cnhlliniillr reprove the srpaltonce witlnuir nasou A child should be let nlnnv n tut In allowed to play or amuse Itwir Iii Us own way without the con Ktant lInHtlon of a nervous mother A fiiMxariinie enjoys more a few slnifilH uiyii mid somelblug which his pun Iit vniiity has worked out than De iiuwf ilajiorate plaything which has eiiIlit J te sable W57 tlte m4ff tip girl vlll javlirber aCTectlonc on a BtikftliajMii ffullp probably made at 1nun Avlille tlu moot Artistic produc 1iii f J tu hop will Uf Iq state to t tiiKiK cj h tare occasIon 1 J ftI Miladys Mirror Persons whose noses are red usually mnd the trouble increased when eatinjg 4 sitting Jna warm room When flushing which always shows bright gt about the nose Is common It Is likely an Indication that circulation Is defective and the blood thin In recognizing these two facts and chang lug them lies the secret of cure Rarely will external applications be ofaDY real value tor they are simply strong nsFrlngenl calculated to shrink the tiny iiood seJs that have become dlshteded Before these lotions can accomplish this shrinkage how ever they may dry the skin so it will look chapped or scaly while the color Is not ttssenecLeo the many formulas for external application are of no avail But when the blood Is thin and circulation defective treatment which will Improve these conditions should be resorted to For instance iron Is an excellent tonic to take internally as It Is bloodmaklng To cut down food because it causes one t6 flush is only to aggravate an already weakened state for one must take nourishing and lioodmaklng food and by build ing itie system gain sufficient strength to JJvercome ethe tendency toward htlgbtenedcolbr There is no special diet to adopt for any tajd difficult to digest should be avoidedinnd ten and coffee being timnlffnts should not be drunk ypnly tepid water should be used on the taceand the skin shopld be gently patted not rubbed tot the latter brings color tojthe surface Under no consideration should one stay in a room that is hot or where the dir Is stale as the result Iin either case will be the same an exceptionally red nose Exercises that will make the blood circulate rapidly should be taken regu InrJFor this Valking Is excellent If the pace Is brisk and any due who can use dumbbells or Indian clubs should dosp or takesimple calisthenlc exercises every mornjng before an open windowI About Blackheads Blackheads are among the most try bIg blemishes Tbey are ugly and give the appearance of lack of cleanliness Sometimes they do indicate that not sufficient care has been taken in wash lug the skin and removlng the Impurities but there are times when they are due to some Internal disorder and then a physician shoUld be cOnsulted A lotion riwhich can beapplled exter nally add which Is said to be very beneficial Isunmde as follows Pure brandy three tmnoes cologne one ounce llquijl potassa oD halt ounce Apply at nlg ht after washing the face thoroughly with soap mid water I1X Beauty Tip skin takes on a shiny ap pearance one should take especial care of 1L Rinse the soap oft well with water when washing The face should be dried with a very soft toweL Ap plfa sImple remedy of one dram of boraplc acid mixed with four ounces of rosewater Befpre the face Is quite dry a little powder should be placed on It Then rub the face gently with a chamois after the powder has dried In many cases where the blood Is not at fault for the condition this remedy will be found entirely suffi cleat to take away the shiny appearance Encouraging Wrinkles Have you ever caught a Vlmpse of jourself in the mirror when you are doing your hair brushing your teeth or putting the finishing touches to your toilet If you havent Just try it once and you will probably see tOi your amusement that you are making hor rible grimaces and twisting your fore head into nil sorts of frowns and wrIn- kles while doing these simple duties Many people encourage wrinkles in this way and when too1lat to remedy matters wonder how in the world they got them A Good Tooth Powder Never use a tooth powder with cam phor InIt It Icertalnly whitens the teeth for a tlnie but it makes the enamel so brittje that the teeth are apt to decay very quickly The best tooth powder to use Is simple precipi tated chalk ItI should be kept In a vlde mouthed glass stoppered bottle und caUhe perfumed by adding a few drops of del coltfgiip or any favorite perfunm piecourxging- lorRtTPoiir old Sklutlint hns hU trotilies JimnoiiWlint t Why hes mnklus barrels mid barrels of money Jester know but the price ot barrels iins iSiiie uti Do You Get Up With a Lame Back Kidney TroublcXakcsYOlJUsera Almost everyone knows of Dr Kilmer SwaninRoot the great kidney liver and paper remedy because of its remark able health restoring properties Swamp Root almost every yjish in over rheumatism pain in the back and urinary corrects every liver bladderI Hold water and scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following use of wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant- necessityqf compelled to go often manytimesSwampRoot not xecommended for everything but if you have kidney liver justtheoughly tested in private practice and has proved so successful that a special ar rangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not al tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more put SwampRoot and how to tipaontu cyounavcj- nev JtlU or bladder trouble When writingmeHtioH reading this generous offer in this and send yotirAddteHto Dr Kilmer Co bladder fulfills coming kidneys liquor being ready 161 IJ tIghantcnNY me regularfiftjrce- ntas onedollar size bottles sri sold by takebatSwampRootDr i e 3inghatouYoaycry bottle Thei Famous ayo T Dtaltn Does Not Strain the Eyes Dont use a small concentrated light- 9ver one shoulderit puts an unequal strain onyour eyes Use a dLffused soft equallzRayo1ampThe Raya is designed to give the best light and it does It has a strong durable shadeholder that is held firm and true A new burner gives added strength Made of solid brass and finished in nickel Easy to pricedbutany price Once a Rayo User Alwav One Evtrytehert If not fllyours writtfor dticrtjitlvt circular to tht xtarfst eftncy cthe Standard Oil CompanyIacorporatei Points Fo- rMothers Suzanne and her nTotuel seem to mukcathelr lives fit In to each other de Hpbtfuify says Dolly Madison in one other talks Suzanne Is un only child and her life would have been lonely If she hntl not had the hajipy jflirtuer ship her little mother I asked the older lady one day lf she bad studied mothering as n fine art butt she laughed rind tmld i love bprlYet i have known loviiig daughters who wiffidrew from their mothers nut beleiPerbflSbus still retained her youthfulness that she can enter into all of Suzannes terests She is not youthful In looks for many burdens of life have brought gray hairs and Crinkles but her laugh Is as say and her enthusiasm as vivid as a girls All of Suzannes friends love the little mother They take their Joys Itl1dt their gojrows tlJber and they always include her when they call on Suzanne It Is the case of were all girljj together Many mothers make the mlstpke of the constant criticism which repels confluence Suzannes mother never laugds at anything as IIIY She listens to all the little love chatter to all the talks of boys and gives It her scrfous consideration She knows that Suzanne w going to talk about boys to somebody and why not to her who can1 tactfully guide her thoughts and life Iri the right direction When Suzanne asks questions she does not evnde They havelong serious beau tiful conversations about the tneanlngs of life Suzanne makes her decision with her mothers help and together they will plan and work out their prob lems They go to places together be cause they enjoy It better that way In Suzannes opinion there Is no girl who can half equal her mother in the tart of making ptber people have a good time Try It yourselves girls TheiNew Baby The new baby is such an Important member ot any family that even If others do without necessaries baby Is sure to be provided with ever luxury The demands of thebaby ore extraor rllnnry Clothes ore bu one Item No milt ter how elaborate ind dainty the mar velous layette may be there areS num- berlssaceessoris that every mother wojuklflnd necessary for her new baby little things that add to his comfort and to her own The foldirig bathtub of rubber Is a Joy to the mother as welt as to her baby After they bath It can be tucked away where It will bo entirely uriob truslve There Is nothing more MKXisry g a mothers peace of mind In these day of scientific methods In child rearing than to know her baby ts gaining flesh For this purpose she needs scales nod these scales should be dainty in ap pearance With a basket attachment of white wicker lined with white mus liD over pale blue or pink they are as comfortable as a cradle The play rug Is ape of the uttractlve novelties of nursery equipment HIS like a miniature t ysbop all in one with Jungle pets ai d dollies sewed to It so thlt there no possibility of the babyxhewlng hem up or pulling off useful parts of t lelr llDatomI tbomostcles and for comtor surpasses all other styles of carriage 1 The III Shfed Child One of the great refebonslbllltles of the mother of child culls the task of keeping them proper y shod Sbe must study1the cowblnatJ n fii durnblllty and Ipoks and of these the first Is t be most essential and great blame is hers If she allows them through mistaken notions of economy to wear shoes that are tod small if la child outgrows n pair of shoes give them away Dont Iccnitptheyter of fact they areperfectly bnd Sometimes n lltfle chap doesnt know what is the matter but whines nud fusses apparently without crfuse Look to his shoes If they seem too short or too narrow discard them at once Examine the feet often tosee that tlii IICl1anyperfectly comfortable Just pa easy us an olil Bhoer Soles should be flexible for n child without heels The first Uecls as the child grows Into thorn shouKP blbroad1nnnhactur1ngsnrrow one or tm worst of sins Umpirc3One Is so little kicking against the umpires In the American league Is that the club owners believe In sustaining ikna ldent Johnson In hls pbllcy for clean ball It Is reported to be n fact that not Ji single American league clubowner has flIed a protest against the work of any of Johnsons umpires this year 1 The Barbers Idea Bentley mid been out late the night before or rather he had stayed fa late In a little affair uudhibout nil he had left to dhow for It In themorning was Tan old fashioned a wuyfromhoine made headache In lopeof relief he hud sought his old friend the barber and the latter had been busy on Bentleys t head and face for the past hour By Jove Karl said Bentley a the barber rubbed the fop or his head that feels mighty good cpu tell you The nina who invented massage was not only a genli Ibul n benefactor to the whole human race They ought to putup Ustatue to him Theres noth ing like II whey n fellow feels seedy Theres only one trouble about It oo9t Iss ltr naked Karl hoping that perhaps he might overcome the dIlL iltJV Why Itt nil on the ouslde said Bentley lIf there were only some np panitus that would enable you io Insldt n ft OWN head and clear getI the pains of till morning after n blessing It would be ooII salt 1lIrl1t rink that maybe some day dose vacuum cleaner tellers lIIdudol already Voif Harpers Weekly IThe Practical Goat M Jules Ituuurd was the mayor of Cbrblgny In tthe Nhvfe Every Sun day tie contributed t16 the Journal de Claiuecy and this is the sort of things be used to give the peasants Writing of the Journal OfDciel posted up pb the wallk of the malrle and which no f1one said I hadlrgotten the goats One of them never misses a number Standing on Its hind legs with its front legs resting od the poster It moves its j lettjsheet has on appetizing swell of fresh paste the goat eats It After nourish Ing the mind one must feed the body Thus nothing IslosrTu the commune What n pity tluit all novel readers have not the stomach pf this practical goatl They might then Oat tthe books they had rend buy more and so the uiuu of letters would In the end be able to eat hi hits turuPurls Letter to London ft lobe The In ffarington The spelling of the ancient name ffarington with the small fr found In old manuscript is merely the reten tlon of the od fomiapf capital FV Deeds of coiivtvmifi In the time of GeorgeJI ntld Ill r JreUeorge of Great Brltnln tTmnre and Ireland king etc The lutes could notr therefore be due u Ignnruncv us hak been said for iajdivs when gpntlemen pf estate were p ntli mi uof quality such a spelling in dnds could bandly arise from tatkuit n IkiioxvlrdRe of spelling rue ffurlnuiiiiis of Wurdcri Hall Lun cashlre pnfcr like several oljier well known families Including the ffolkes and irrtintii t4i retain the ftrclmlc uljtnlhO Tin family truce tbelr decent fnim lIngo Ue Meolls who cinii to rnEliiiti with the Conqueroi unl they Iii liwn nsswIiiUd fo KMtcRi bus wit 1ttin court army und ihtinn aid with pttiiilc life London Colllti Itiiii Cured SpUn I have used onIhThIsmakes it to njr neigh cwedIthey skyit I is fine ever hand your Sure neighbarsmend it for CohicS E SMITH McDonough Ga Cured Thrush BristolIndRlots of yourLinhnent for horses aud myself It is the best LinimentnII world I cured one of my horses Irthe thrush Her feet were rotten dqwnmostwould die but I used the Liniment downin SLOANSLINIMENT should be in every stable and applied at the first sign of lameness You dont need to rub it penetrates Will kill a spavin curb or gplint re duce windi puffs and swollen joints and is a sure and speedy remedy for fist u a sweeney founder and thrush Price 60c and 1QO pahorsesand poultryeatItree Address Dr Earl 8 Sloan EMtOG Mass w1- S l to 17 ITHE LATESTCAPER r Smart Dresser Se- tsLMatch Room Manglng iCHINA SET IN WISTAltIA PjlTrEKX The bedroom of the present day ha9 not only Its draperies bed cover cush ions and upholstery carried out fn some fcol4tscbme but the bureau antf lrshnreIcreating n harmonious whole Silver or the French celluloid sets are always in good taste says the Womans Home Companion but not within every ones menus But there Is a veryj charming substitute in painted china which when the design Is not too tllfflcult of execution cpu easily be made by the beginner in ceramics Such a design Is the one Illustrated Joutbls page of a conventionalized wistaria borderS lhe set Includes a halpinholderstand hairpin box apd candlestick and In selecting the piecesshapes that can be easily duplicated were chosen and the design for each piece was so made that it can be1itted Jip on a sim- Ilar piece even though the dimensions are not Identical r ThOjLatest In Largo Hats One of the most amusing develop ments in connection with the large size of ladles hats is Just recorded by the Week End of London A clergyman has applied to the ecclesiastical com mission for permission to throw back This altar rails eighteen Inches Into the chancel His reason was that the ex treme size of the hats of the ladles Who were communing pushed him back to tbe altar wall so that be was not able becomingly to move about jyhlle administering the holy eucbaristj- He said he did not dare ask the ladles to wear smaller hats so he was obliged to enlarge the eltar spaq6r The commissioners reported sympa thetically and gftmtrd Dim the pecmls slon he required For the College Girl Here is a natty little suit of heavy bjue serve that the college girl will find useful for nil round service The skirt Is particularly good style and is oi keAVX BLUE BEBQE narrow without in the least suggest lug the hobble effect A plain front panel and flttid skirt flounce are the new fall features of the sult Ii fIff BoUe the collars properly before rearing Trim well fitting collars add so much i v The sleeves nre pretty sure to beJpo large the cuffs too wide Take a ifttlu seam Inch vn jp make it tnpor to fit your arm t 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