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X4Mey3udge JflTYQTiRT agttt eets on tbe fourth c c1ltk I LtLlhi Judge W T Booker Cowaty Clerk T tJ a7e Co Hty Attorney tG ecge CatttttJaitij t JSamAWertoa SkeriC tayrCraikeQeo Powell AebctMkau DeputLe D 1 tW T kheIIAsoevsor 7 n epty4 zstNo Treaauu y Drl Crame 3oroBer J W Bak Baat of Common b44i pO tcIIdci 1 CITY COURT Jam a it hoe Police Judge JSractIMarsha1 J Jfrica1tr City Attorney i If w JUSTICE COURT y ISiiite Cicts are held la Sauaky tA1 aid Oftober V La 4 11 It JhrchDirectorLTflODISCHURCR 4 plKey J T Wade Ppstor Sei vlces every Suadyllanj and pm- Saadaj Sc oplevery Sunday atlOam Prayer fmeig every Wadiesday JtMeal t CATOI4CCHURC yF Reae a I Pastor er 1cel yj i aaa7 t I aadlO oclpck a m SCTT HW at Stv Ro e ameboar r PJt YTutlAN CHURCH 1w T 1 E c lAwsoa PastorI rrtig yery Sudsy at 11 im1 tiJaudaJ choo vr lj ifat to La Pryr t0U vry TkITdYeVeIPP t 7 IcJr Ii in il BAPTIST CHg C1i iie W Harrison Wilftknib a tor if +t reachiBf eyery Stt aYat 1 aH I ud 7 ji M SundayTSchool ever liBdayiatiSiW am Prayer meeting I VerT jT asdaV ey cuiair at 74 oclock rCHURCHVW T Wulfy Pastor Serv jrgMliyt and fts fib uido Fuuuay S td 120 i m KI LL1E rJ fM- AIIDCU Yal I IiiQftKiic9j j DlSCGIIRYl 11cI 0UGh OLDS lT5ocLooI ATROATAND LUNG TOUILf- VAlANr rlATI1fJfCTtRY WON J11I1111W fcUBeafs All cAt Tai is quoted from a letter of it jtUckwelf Han1bal1Mo II recent IiyiFo1eyoney and Tarfor tl jiip time iay I am pleased t oca JaWjjjfifcess sijr feeings It t MiUi all rfft Vt MIes I ever iwed 1i rMt4ea bM Old aad wlu threaca f ead iritji flwuiiweia the fir1Sl It 4 i2 jnive Ireat relief and one bok+ tit wpip tely curfd e Contains 4 MLaE0ikROrfon t t XQTKI a prepar d to cp iI t kW ef we la1 aay prices tr Mm GL PRICE TT w yr s ir 1 i JHE NBf j piaithuo flO1D ifl1 i3r 3rJ t cOt t1 I 1 IT J1nJI 5 CRJf Js Cice o Rev t An Old THeory In i Jieaj tbj article 0 mules iip thei donsiQ Farm r we find tthisnvThr Iis one point in mule jtoeeding that iis perhaps not asi ll1uchcon idered It sft thight be that isi that much of the mule look in the mule can b tem re4a improved by first breeding tbe mare to a stallion hiving her first colt by him and then afterwards breeding to the ojackthat the first oflfsjpring greatly influences subsequent ones For iinstance breed a mare first to a I jack and s on wilt undoubtedly get a fine mule as the result Afterward breed even cootinu ouslyf tp a staJlicu and everyone fthe mares progeny will hae very noticeable mute look no matter how the the animals may otherwise look1By reversing the operation the appearantie of the mules will ba greatly softened and improved and the valuel consfcuentlyincreased Is this true OE is it merely i imagination Science fajls to agree wtb the theory held by this mule breeder What doiother mute raisers thinir abjut itt rtttcwlrl R Hicks Wit Almanac TbeJleVIrl R flicks Alma nac for 1911 that guardian Angel in a hundred thousand homes is now ready Not manyj aretnow- t willing tojje without it and the Rev Irl B Hicks MagazinO Wordl and Works The two are only One Dollar a year The Almanac is 35c prepaid No home or office should fail to send for them to Word iand Works Publishing Company St LduiF Mo i Its the Warlds Best No one has ever made a salve olnl mejatbr balm to compare with Buck JlenirArnica Salve Its thieene perfect healer of Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Sores Scalds Boils Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum For Sore Eyes CoW Sores Chapped Hands or Sprains ita sureme infallible for Piles Only 25c at Haydon Robert son Harrodsburg Physician Dead 1Priknown practicing physicians 1- 0the State cued here at 8 oclock lalt night His death was due to a complication of troubles from which be had sufferedlor some time Dr Price was or deny president of the State Medical Association and hadI enjoyed one of the largest prfid tices of any physician in this section of the cdntitry He isi survived by his vile and daug tt terandone soD Dr Qarrpl Price who has been practicing iin the West for sevealmpnthsi Again in the Toils Jimmy Josh Abell whchhas served four terms in the peniten tiarsisiIi jail and will be itned tomorrow lor honsebr Vkmg Mr W rScearce is away fromi home and wbgir Dick Scoarce ent tp the Pttace Wedneslay l last week be found the house had been broken into and n shOt- gun razor etc had been stolen Dick played detective and qn Friday procured a warrant for the arrest of Abell Sheriff John A Burton and Mr L A Scearce went after Jitnmy and arrested him near Philliupbur Friday afternoon He had part of the stolen articles with him when arrested B e h4d sold the gun toMr Harlan Christie who returned it to Mr ScarceMarion Falcon t I An Unusual Encounter The family of Clarence Spald ing who lives en Caney creek about eight miles south of this city had an experience with a cat supposed to have been mad1 a Jew days ago Which they will likelif not forget form nv montlSw come During the afternoon Miss Mar aret Harm m who makes bjer hocae with MT and Mrs Spdding heard teo1the child req s ramng in the yard and poa running to its assistance found that the child had been tacked by a large cat bhtJ quickly gathered the child in b raroibut before this could be dOt the cat sprang upon her Fighting the animal as be2ts11 could she made her way with he Child to the bousei Once4n Jsdetbedoorsand widows were t J1d the childs iinjuries were given attention A few minutes later another of tha children was seen coming to waTrd tbe nouse on her way home fromfschool Occupanis of the housecnea to her not to come further but to go to the home f a neighbor However the cat hadseeirtbe child and it was too late to turn away The ani henMrs8Bfmonbbit in her haste Mrs Spalding stumbled dud fell to the ground iii afainWithr considerable rHfflcDlty Miss Harmon beat the cat oft un il both the child and Mrs ypalding could be gotten rWithin the h useThe cat did ndtyleve but remained about the premises and an houror so llater attacked Mr Spalding barnfroinanimal furiously and seralminutes llater succeeded irf kill iing it The cat did not belong o the household j Mr Spaldinoij two children w ere taken tothe madston0 at- St Mary sand it is understood the stone adhered to tne wounds o f one of ihe children for mpre than three hours Lebanon En terprise liilles ANurdereri tA merciless murderer is Appeftdir citls with maay victims but Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by prevention They gently stimulate stomacht liver and bowels prevent- Ingi that clogging that invited ap pendioitie curing Constipation headache bjliouenessrChillt 25cat Havdon Robe P r Marry At Chicago Mrs Della Haley and Sylvester Smith prominent in the west end of the county where they residerwere united in marriage at Chicago Wednesday The wedding was a quiet one and only few of the friends of the couple were present at the cere molly Mr Smith is a well rjprlserj Millions of Red Cross Seals Distributed Judging from reports at band t day the National Association forthe Study apd Prevention of Tuberqulosis estimates that by December 1st not less than P0000 Red Cross Seils 751 have been distributed to selling agents in for y different states of the country Forty million seals have a raaky been printed and another large edition is being prepared poggregconsiderable number bav no- statedho many seals they can use Takngjnto omi deration this lattfr class and the agents who witJbe appointed before December 1st the prospects for selling1OOOOOOOstampswhicl i is the goal that has been set by the national workers are ex tremely Bright v Over 80 state societies have organized the sale on an exten sVe basis and In about 10 more statesRed Cross Seals will be spd m some places All told includi s state city county and subagentst m army of fully 50000 men women and children will be engaged in selling the brigtiT lirislmas Seals for the prevention of tubeihulosij Per mission 10 soil seal in the cor ridors of all post ffiAbas been granted flY Secretary HitcncOck They wil also be on sale in de partment 4arcr hotels railway stations drug storVs and iin thousands of other places Every conceivable device for advertising the seals is beint prepureTIn soma places va1d ablizes wil1b given MI llions of slips dodgers posterI a nd other kinds ot lit rat be distributed calling oatlk- pubU4 r Red ojcfeis Amon jtne8gencISsItnata e cooperating with the Red Oro ta tOhdwomens clubs lodges l laborS unions business mens associ rlions stores banks newpaperf4ti and thousands of school btiysanQ- glrls fo 3riod lndth4ffightagainst tUb ercu QSi8 in tIecommunity wher 4tip sold atba milHorHlife from the sa for thQ ltaJlPlngi out of this plague is the object of tha Chri5t as campailW vW fls13H large ntmberotci3jints h ave be de1Jy ro fsEmlers about coat beitg stolen when lleft over nightt m the local rail road aiE4ilitOfficer ohpABobejn- egro ian t a cstoghft Victor stealing from ja car s trtatioiTh J leftl the half fillodsackOlcoalrut the door Twcfsnr prised we- ni store for theliifficeff1 OSas when Ije returned jto idopri some one hid stolen bis saqK ftf coal and tbe other Was fchat his prisoner wasr Davef HeIr4the olored pre2cherii PpjHair jCorners y j AAPossiblyly getting data for a powerful sermon on the eyils of Stealing Lebanon Facon v Schools and Teachers The hope of t1iefp pri pff our countr dejaends upoji bercom tamonTwenty five years J1om today the citizens who aoWrule ende govern wlfl4liay jbeJ3tf d retiffedt from off the stage of action arid iin iheir places wi It be the boys and girls of todays Thuaitis absolutely ne6es ary tha t v the childreni f today be e ucaejiF The time hasarriyed wheojevg y man who rules or leads ntskQ well trained The parents ottbe cBUdienoIIt t foster upon it any iigfaqrant en oration UdJWe are proud to say that t ir rmany of our yoJrngle1hers are taking a coursLtudy during thewjnier and expect to enter school or college whenihelr pub lic schools are out No teachers who attend 2 hpol until they graduate will regretijt and itwill certainly enubfe thmto draw larger salari s ahd1 dOhbetter work 1tfQndndinto one large committeeand ser that every child In the neighb6r hood attends school Gpdnevej made man and woman to propu gate bis world with ignorance and tha little child wjio belong to parents Xvbb so far forget thtv duly they owe the child and thei country that they fail to educate it then it is to be pitied ana should be looked Idler We find that many of the child ren in schools have made ujr theirf minds to et a high sclioo education and they should bb helped and encouraged Know ledge is power therefore get knowledge Owenton Democrat George liJ wita colored bootlegger of Campbells ville was brought before I oujmissioner C 0 Boldrick Monday byUS Deputy MartIal Ryansand held to answer at the March term ofr of the District coUrt at Louis Viller Defendant fuifing to give the required bund of saoo was committed the Jefferson county jjii to await nU tria Leb anon Falcon 4 IbocAyer s Not Stimulatedoes not stimulate lIt does not make you feel better one day then as bad as ever the next It is not a strong drink No reaction after you stop using it There is not a drop off alcohol in it You have the steady even lgain that comes from a strong tonic and alterative We wish you would ask your doctor1 about this He knows Trusthim Do as he says What are Ayers Pills Liveras How long JCAuerCojLowellMIJ J years Do doctors reconunenjj them Ask your jG5ld14JLa4 7 tQSENA qr g T LWLOrAppdnlff E wif1gaadj l O 4 His Private Sec1rY 9 VoJ ELlitLL fl1 gQvto jft6smnont wtere e will come priva secreraryto CTnltqH Its Sitfatdf1 Wfliiam0Gbnietj BrndtJySetlator1oJBtatlJ JS btIieiiecoftt e sC udiliiethai hii Vas ulaiJM todthtiIit promptly and he offered ColJ liillardi the jwsifionirtuGb isiin xceptioruaIly CneJjone A ter rePilJv Q1 t4J1iptJtEp1 heJif Fitft4 R 4 JW pis family he will mov- eleCteIaJel3TthrRptj tolntg19 fPa rf rl2 d9 enceo Col Lt lara ancl5we 2catltUAeqh vriiadv1Y4gYiihS tfIIti a 7idt bEe rai1y la i hist- n v r J i atlrftthi r eLrs o f jL 91frari safe apd elective JContains no dia te9 Jttf s aU UNmaa don Robertson ftfNoonanMontgomcry tflhemarrl rM tt forrnrt of this cv c8ndi of S11emriLois JlerttaQ Qh r tr Y1Qj1 vj1o on Wednesday N HFatherPikeMcbttI hpth Ita1l r t VElT- eftnl1ng le cteOti 1 otrbe inuiiiaga i8I one ofiiniisualiinter- tliitias cohtractinf ifrtieg Creceedinglyl po ular The1bri3ei hiSvfpc geyjejrajivyearft l en thQ efficieritbdolrkeepecfor the Mt fcenna BYoXin Fafr field wliere she has Jiosts Of nettds who uuoerh PRhle 9 Q p rib9Jft n ewly wedded conplefASbedsi a dttugtiter bf Mrsianate Nbtfnan ho intT1u shiiJ1g9 wlt herfamivma41iei i f bpntet1f18arctwqaLweie q abpJtnbthigbIyi tem w citizens Thegroom iis a t9iT tza trthi i woiU- sebga bt a dfis rtj theU y ffP sbtvCe1- immediatrlv rr tJ fohtgCimerT Jef af tjeppnra irlr lo Chicago aiiothrcstues and on their return wtllgoto house keepinTginFalrtieId1Bardtovn Standard v f ThiS weddibff is ofinterest to Washington county readersas ihebrjde was bprq and reared Jn this county near Fenwick being befNOQll was one of this countys most popurar chpbl teacbers aiid her many frienrfs in this tier home county join iin wishing much happiness In her matrimoniall venture t R each In ihe TopI in any caliipg qf life demands a vjg orous Yf4tdkeeu brain Without health there ii no success Bui Elec tlc Bitters is the greatest health qUildera the world has ever known t compels perfect action stomach and44rfcesl rateathe wliple pystcnt and enablcs ctQ stand tle wear and tear ofr Vour daily workU After months of suffering from kidney trouble writes W M Sheruan pL Cushing jMet three boaies paf Electric Bit jers jnakeme feel Ilkea neV maaS 160CJ at Haydon Robertson h Will Live In Comfort liilea change will be ihaugur rated on November 15 by Coli for the care ant rror26BOhOn aged survivors of Shatters at Plea santHillf He has perfected ar rangements With Dr J BRo- Bardi oy which the latter vvilj remove to Pleasant Hill iondbe come the superintendent of the village and continue of course the practice of his profession in that community Dr WilUam Penhebaker who has been th leading physician of ttat neigh borhood for many years wiVre tire and eTOJoy the ret which hi hus deservedly earned rRor Bards will OCUp one of tIn bandspme sone bntdingof the a j gailltbw thuth xltcirrii G tuxrniheV14tiantUI11t Tcruiponi ent to pr vldt13l Thno 3 d Ijs Htjwfl f gbbqt 1gI f an of the villaR rvicpJrtath htDOp q helh psse 01JS ing8- QJHIP1f thLexnp pike aL y Dpp4ulethe yil fW lyh us seems to faan a Ideal arraugemVAt for3the CilrI d boptprl r i ir 17 rJrfl1rvJ r3 4WiClttds saidrt tJ1J ti lJeJbW ii itQI 8ptJtniinrttrPe siY Mptthat by wahwDJpJh se nalc bi r l f r pu could erLiev q frrp tujtl yivv lefevt i k v rj ri wflgry Eqropeat t dncef Would yoAUw if As I 5O Cftf TJ tb e uilhng to spend your Iascc6ti tofind the ure Y 1 idH li8 npf t ve tl he r rib fit 61atrinl igs R l lefis gpM irr y bur Hiwd szuvt Asinapre washfif Oilr of Win tergreen TnyjnoJ 1tnqpi iJ1rriin gredieatsuCs comppdnded unly in D D DEr riiJ i A i tn iiu gtantteiief 2to4lhat itenithteI D rii1aifeIi OQ 1eaytLr rsiiy- i1 thndbhilhT piif1at f a child If 3 ou have no already trie it get a 25I ii40ttle today We assure yonLuf instant relief ay6n Robertson ilCIc j r FtalAccidntlo d flvf rO SircorN65Iadebds jout Mofll i fotthaeurssdPorM A t Q i Cdoine w s iH ted i f Tlll ingtVeei liiraduiVfellhiga t b fo ftbll mei ae D E tlyt Times Caude was a ibtfb bovr idustjioasinly an earnest chri3tiaiiLhisdeaJbi t 8fitiQr jOSsl apjbitei heatt sorrow to hsrecently widowed rUJftpembers or this cievoLed wormy1 amily has tb 1t st a Y flit tht1lfJ0 om t remaina were rnterrea J05epbxe t t Hardt n on- MondayafWrftneral serrcIn St Josephthnrb coiucIed 2v VerR4dis- tor O a n 1J E Bestaebjrnir decease1jsi uryvet flilothors Q W 9Leoi MissesMStandard az 3 M1 10 t t e1Qf U5 IL3111 hits the Bills Eye This Wijrlo famous rQSSa8 holds the champ tOQsbip r record 00 pi1eons b 00 ciithiThS sibrliving at Lincoln Illr Recently ni t ervil wed he eagst suffered u lol vtime with kidney and bWdei trouble anduse 4 seveca well known kidney medicines tAfFMcbl Svi irie no relief until I started taking Foiey Kidney Pilltf1 Before fOae d seyerebackachcsadC1 with inppressiotf and a cloudy void fftoW iirtainff en the morning I ouldjlget dull headaches JIow 1I iaVe takes three Wttlci of Fbjej Kidrfey UsandIeel 100 percent ijettef 1 am aevei bothered withjmy liidttiys or Jjliddiijrl and1 agatn lee ike my owilfr FaydoaRob ertsoL IJj- ElopedToJefft r mHeArjO fembrpn a clerki andMissisfaryE Warren bojib of LouisvUle were married in Jeferson Ville Saturday night bv Maaiistrat0pharlesS Hay The bridegroom is a native of Spring gafelofji ldls 23 years old His father S Lt Camt ron is a Jarnnet at Sprigeldi JP1 nit orlde was born at Bardstowr iKy1 i ansbe lis 30 ylfars old- EIIfather 1vtlo was Jlm Vai1ni dkdCourier Jour L i ioal + IJ Fur5ale i1 ntt GfsIIII yi1i selpr1vately905 thor Ulti rsdirhHq ipart wt- tsaddlied ciatidin foIU- new2 l cr i l ili jl tJflot ouJhV Birubr ow tJl9n H6tse wagon with hartessq t urs 4tj1f1 T M 1iIOA1ZW 1 4Jui9Llfl t 7ffI C iraqHqnL E1Oi 2ZIN 1 i t i j rrir 1AfIsd Iriow 9 j 1 tl I 01 JthU IIi 1xF 1tD lr18 lWo T 0lt d1 u 9 c i va If 1j bMrUctaH is eon sMqd tsiT 00Lijnioii t ITtf r1 OAN4r lrqJosen wJ raeltlv t fIk1IriMr Qjep p 1I9qieci t Dam1t1iltondayI raJmopl 1JdTENr n h tbtrs9Jf rlag lro i o djp41 lylffc5 4idHMrsLaMrmanJlu this CoUnty WtCfl auite Tih xqcti LiiULJit L4JJa 40iL1isfl DJ D hI e engugacFin 1U8198s In fEJ i nbnbutaftr sfmBtUbsAJld o randab rr iirmTiA ft 1firoi S tralitig J fs1itl1 S erli year a Mr1f9rnendl f Jly Jlv dt1Kuox 711 r VWbWr S JIitfj cS91etreiidudaIl a tijtMr Irvjn ia4isKo1 ijtwasazi ho brthbopbtid- enceand h j s J1 1i3derlipYi witH hi J 91 r Wg PJt esteem of ijll bJ u1him hjuaiivice td 3nc7iMi3nc aft4ioonf 0rp c4 iiilrlb JrJ n fJIete t4 rvebiog J1f1rt furffijaron COImanaery No 4 of which Ii iiJ1fta ufr f Deceased Is survived by I wrf wn iriOr f Jielrmarr18 wgsMuisE7re Phillips ot Lel anon Jl tQr e Y 1illg sOpG ijjlirindMesdtrnes 1sfiIttiJterGeo Wharton 9t irnrlfashyllmsi lo rrvrEoriuaca 1VIi 1 IIA StrII89a JTrain t Daii ileJm Nov 11Gw Breeding and daughter Mt MayB Miridr w Jtejivi across tthe too4s ville Nashyul crossing at jPafkttll JV r weji struclf by the tjfa b lEiOWSvilfe bound passenger tYLtT afQedfngJfwlr Ai u w6 odded and Mrs Min r si tallied a crush d anlrlel 5 quite whiLeriuecpu i iledtbq roadwysnfuIe rj4iLJfender assistance rlbt42ho w g VitantIyt kilIdif 1r c3H- itgArI dVcpdfVp iqijitpiW How the two occupaitscap4 aLwrsamystyl A r iXKtf itJ tS A SeEWIn ct WL i dtfui12 An exchsngei awsfodiafif and the pr1izYs thatlhet c m fajf irrtilone of that tsoldeitOIfrtCo he fPoJntt ibeLj t rtlng nLmalsszLMt- htckeiaud loottJ4csornry JQ a iMJ M building theirhoaeaJti1 i h is tIielthjit- Rd t = rHibtti tl1u JI tamt3f4nt f t Jctt J JforL12iESV qri i Jn uOOa i1Jtiu ww sd DWV M Dir4ii Lo3Qqii1tuiitt let io rthglkii wi 6frL iisel sad D14d died following an r r s rryi dpKozntoJ atfiioomed sd IOt C59391 iigdtnm weiiIbTttaswJ siir9a j MS4he o d- niVlIIl9l 1QDTj f Lgftbeyaopotbrinhi bakto aceddSaC ktbL19- n130 fia lo ohq edit rii wi i t 15 e4fts t inrownsoI Taft may b Te to shelve his ton jbIt is the iod qiek l1IUr4Si4iS t IttfIei ri4 GiiIik 4 r- ce1brf it1ut smarl rnor swnwohLIabd3yi s I I A ETawT Ancui jifl ii sdrtwIwafrs itrff kiuff4 a I I I1 I111rtcu D j Ji i 4 dta i pouin4rnw igOf1C9 9J0Y Jj31Uv r1Afi IRobrti 5kDrLkII tI a spike Grtt y- lmofhIfl h wbar 9f- jf1g3 hi iX4 zj3FLL it9 1 r 0 uqii1fifi 4IOMMiffa NtPLo4t CAS1 IA 1if PRNGNELDJI- 1 i i I1t W + mIa lftnID AY f ANtS L I efr iIona WnPUWS Ar tJ nmy f 11 1811 r i Abhaynobing to asy ififi tl wwiVtlw word that came from coosvh Un night of the r bn atr U rubdbi c i kapw u ordLn tG tbi tj tjpaclti 11 p hu na- t bi l lTJ u haJbeolpte11 t J tbaty How raly pwr ae thies wordi sownd Msb7 iIksbwordg cf- t t Mrlpp of qI Z pr how walikr The Colonel HowIIL r1 tlrrbOtIUiYedhia popu rby aDdJa oil the verge of out lirac hKrMD i The 1riuds of his party trled to pA OJM to him tb yawning fbMM of dtfeftt bili inpetaous M be WM sMl inibfe to toteate i MJr oppowliwi to bis will he i oo kroiUdhi party in his state i MISdita iwmiiwe but the rUbltIt tOs4isfrs born Ameri otiligthatb hisJlpo ibMu and cllit theIrs Jrt role raifeir majestj and J Ipoer to ass rt their will and their wkhss A itw monthsago Teddy sw hMMilf she beltey d tbe f NapoleonftliktaK o meditated the sub jtfation ot the worM with him s lf asrmler with the people of all nations doiftg him homage bati he hss 1sned the lesson 4 f thafrmany a fcreal man before hitfhas lIpa 8dtlat vaulting ambitrpiroysrreaches itself I CDi1trolIRepSreseHta ves by a mljrity 3V 29 Inrordtrtostcire controllit jts necessary for the Democrats lo sccurt twenty four new members With a net increase of fiftythree I tby appear to have gained 29 mqertC necsMary to control At the I same tllI1tthe Republican- strength has been reduced by tb election of a Socialist in a tjWl n district JiormaUy ReJ t CIJ r J Ogden Armour the Chicago 1acker said yesterday that npj I pjaly had there been reductiois 1rath price of meats and other 1 stockyards products but tba tb s pieyaihng tendency was toX Irarda still Jower leyel HQ as t cribed tht lower prices to the tpnptr com crop and increasede cattle receipts Reports tram cltieiin all sections of the conn t trjconfirm the packers state iff ment tI H H Rogers son of the late Standard Oil financier a student 5r Amilitary affairs who has ref cently returned from Europe rrir predicts war between IheJJnited tv 4 State and Japan before the JIopnedeii says this is tile belief of foreIgn military experts who also be ieye UncleSam will be whippei I r Robin Cooper charged with te mirderof Senator Edward- S 4 W Carmack YiasfouncLtnot jfwiltf by a jury in the Criminal- S Court at Nashville Tenn Tues i yTb verdicj was returned recommendation of Attorney neralA B Anderson SIS R achiniihe Top in any cUing of life demands avig oroua body md keen brain Without A4 health there Is op success But EIec- trir Bitters is the greatest health buIlders the world has ever known ft compels perfect action stomach ilyervkidneys bowels purlfles and enriches the blood tones and invigd Lrates the eystc nand enables ii jon to stand the wear and tear ol t jour dally workUAfter months 01 h I t ilfsring from kidney trouble itW Y Sherraan of Cushing BitIers Make Epe feel like a new mans i kfifoci at ydon Robertson 1r 4 i Hsrdsty it I jtfii Jj Mr Robert Sutherland of nea zrr kmIf1 f4aWy from Saturday uatil Nod ftt lSfSS 1Jilta Walter Ltwlf wife an wenJa Sprindeld Mordy f 10 AMIiD oyrV1rii t 1SaJ Good tt t1ou Wwj 3JJ uJJ rlr =r t r KissId Gray spent Saturday flight with Mr and Mrs J T Sutherland of Wiltisburg Sfvigral from here attended thel SHradajr Sdhool RallyDay lie1d at Wiilisbur Baptist church jSnr day Miss Fannie Williams enter tainetf a croii 1 of tpungslejs in a most 4eligbtful manner Wed- neday mgh1Yr n M 1Gray pnt Sunday withrMr Grays sister Mri EUia Carney Rev J A iSfrnms has beett iotbisoomlnt11 preaching at the schoolhouse- Forced To Leave Home Poorulferwith coughS 19 urged fe go to another climate But GuA isreostly and nota ways sure Theres I better way Dr Kings New Djs overp cure LetI MMeuIt ured me of lung trouble write W Ii Nelson of Calomine Ark when all eise failed and Igained 47 KingIThousfIns positively guaranteed for Coughs cold LaGrlppe Asthma Croup all Throat and Lung troubles 5flc and freeatgaydonRobertsoL i tAnftfth As we have been absent5 for areagamknockiogfor make the colums of the dear old NwsIjeader as iDler 3stng possible 9sI HdX1terboyAr girland1 AJ More sold cow to Mr Billje M Sanders price S2180 also lW T Gillis seld 11 stoats at ftjjentsa pound andRobyWalls Mr and Mrs Wade Wells of Ppular Flat Rev Kays has begun his singing at Aniioch church and is progressing nicely Messrs Daniel Wilibanjand Herbert Gillis attended singing at Antipch last SundiL55 1tiMr Strather Roblnso pissed through Popular Flat Saturday enroute to Kirkland where he called to see his best girj Mr and Mrs Wad Wells OfJMrDshop ping atFairyecc Saturday and as he seldom gods he hid not staybut half of theday Mr and Mr tWill Yocum of in v Outing Flannel Gowns stylish 4iv- 1 I OUTING FLANNEL vdOWNS for women and misses neat pink and blue stripes yoke and cuffs I n4llong SSn lia1 at OUTING FLANNEL GOWNS IIr women and misses plain pink and white cuff buttonhole flit braidtrimmedn n 11 yclje and sleeves OUTING FLANNEL GOWNS for women and misses extra pinkandblueand cuffs Vshaned and hisrb Special WOMENS LONG KIMONOS I made of heavy flannel in all edges holestithhedsilkIoons Areular 3OO Value price- dsecialat W MENS LONG KIMONOS extra heavy domet flannel cess style yoke back front- and cuff satin jibbort IS Special at COATS lliCHILDRENSCLOTH sizes lined 2 tifrooghout Special valuiiat VEL COATS sizes 2 to years lined hi2h storm andY J clal 89c 98c 150 298 5JO BLACK throughout jdoublebreas 01harF Sale O I gf f + 1 One of the fineeit farms in Nelsbn county situ 81 Q ated ont Beech Fork river 3 miles from Bards Q town Fine tobacco 1ct1fkarm Contains 0 2 516 acr s ofwinch lOQ acres is river bottom 265 Q acres fine up land 85 acres in wheat 171 acres InQ 2 timber six room dwelling 3 tenant houses two barns toolshed granery ice house and 2- x all necessary Fipe water at louse xand inevery field For further particulars telephone or address 2 HAGAN BROS x Bardstown KyR F D No 2 Oo OOGCS- 9oOooooooooiJefferson coumy atbvlsiting relatIVes near Kirkland this week Mrs Armatha Trent1 and daujgLterI Miss Ora spent Sun day afternoon attbe home of Mrs A J Moore Messrs WHlieSaiterlej Sherman Hoskins and Strather Podin spn accompanied with their best girls Misses Stella Robinson Bertb and Pearl Dorsey at tend ed meeting at Fairview Sunday afternoon Mr George Snider has very sick the Mr Johnie Mitchell accom danied by Misses Pearl and Effie Snider are visiting their uncle Mr Thomas Snider of Chriplin week News is as scarce as hen teeth we will stop short for this time hoping we can do better the next time For More Than Dptadsi Three iSolpys Honey and Tar has a houseEoId favorite for coughs colds andT ailments of the throat chest H opiatesESjfl Ljtsey Jyliss Mabel Price spjent several days last wedvith4iis Lave rntaMr Bob Smith and daughter Wiliie Mr and frand Mrs rCutsinger and John Gace spenT Sunday with Mr Tdhn Grigsb Mr Jim Montgomery visited Mr JO Polin aid family Tues dayISt Mr Robert and Htrbert Moran are orjt the sick list Mr and Mrs J I Martin at I 11 MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY AND AREFULLY FILLED With tjie best values tock arid on Mail Order forwardingIIi 4 Louisvilles Greatest j Department Store r Womens arid Misses 1 v and Kimonos and an exceptionally attractive showing of new- 7 and moderately priced V WINTER i V COATS AND DRESSES I I ForTjirls and Children i 49clI0cuffuiF II Sfllcialat Inecks domet prettyattein button 11 tifcfl prin collar trimmd Ii CHILDRENS tr 1 VET 6 II collar 4 5Q i J e corncrib outbuildings i been pastweekf this been ICHILDRENSBLAQKPLUSH COASTS sizes 2 to 6 years beavyIIonitted linings doub1 br storm n collar ngand deep cuffs Special at5 8t5iGIRLS NEW WINTER t COATS sizes 8 to 14yeass made 5 Ijsalrorl Ij I 11Iredblue brbwn and tanMelton cloth jewel buttons velvet trimmed cojlars Special st ar I lover shoulders r Special at 500 i IGIRLS 350 SAILOR COLLAR iwintersizes tf to 14 1dIRLS all witb blue silk velvetandlfraidrr 1 Specially r priced at 12591 1GIRLS1 1jil j It Suits oni special J sale at t 1 750 I tended the HaysHopkins wed ding tit BlootrfiAld e nesday Miss Stella Ed len spent Sat ur ay night with Miss Julia Po lie Mr Walter Jeffries passed through our vicinity Saturday t Rev Hudson filled his regular appointment at Pleasant Grove Sunday Mr and Mrs McAllister spent Sunday withMraht1Mrs J 0 Polio j V Miss lLVfinia OConnor en teftairied dinnerSunday those present wake Misses Mary Bruce Sue Reed Harvey VanArsdale and Mabel Price Messrs John PolinLEdLitey Frank Yankey Pete Sheha and Davison Reed Miss Harvey VanArsdale en- tErtained a fewiyoung folks Monday night I Commissioners sale WashIngton Circuit Court Iii Dorcas McMillan c Plff EquityLulieBy virtue of ajudgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the October term 1910 in the above sty ted cause i shall proceed to offer forsalon the premi ses in Washington county Ky nea Antioch church 3 miles north of Sharpsville Ky on SATURDAY DEOEMER 3 1910 at 2 oclock pm or thereaboutfotbe highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of one and wo years thefollowingde5cribedpropertytovit Tract No 1 A certain tract jof land situated on the waiters of Chaplin River in Washington Co Ky within sightof Antioch church known as the Anthony Wells farm contaiDng 112 acres This tract lias goodJtwo story frame house with 6 rooms and usual outbuildings Tract No 2 Ibis tract lies just across the road fron Tract No 1 and contains 32 acres and 35 square roods The above lands include about 40 acres of good tiribered land red and white oak well atlapted to the growth of burley tobacco and are located near Antjoch church about 14 mile from urnpike running from Tatham Springs to Kirkland and closetd school These tracts will be offered first separately and then as a whole the bid or bids producing most money to be accepted For the purchase price the pur chasers with approved security or bearing4egalpaidand haying the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms y BOSLEt M CW C c Jer c- ow Queens Views oniMarnagt The queen of Roumanla who re rentl jvns extremely lit says that tvomacKs true happiness lies In re card Ins marriage us a boly sacrifice and seeking to understand man rather than to look for mitn tp uud rgtnnd bcrolt women ffom1 the beginning nays she regarded marriage as a holy sacrifice DSR perfect oblivion thy perhaps would get on better do not say they would be happier That is an others question In every natIon mar riage bears the character which that nation needs For this reason no law nnd regulations can be made It is for the single Individuals to ennoble and Iertect thtUisclvpsT In this as in all things There would be no womans question If married life bad been dir fprentlv linndi d Tho men wanted to have servants thv voinpn heroes and the men did riot become heroes and the women could fin lungor bear the press re under which the men tried to hold thom In wedded lire persons imagine they can let themselves Ju and do not think that us noon us they let them selves go nil their faults become gl gnntfc und their K od qualifies inslg nillcantlv siniill It Is Just In married HfV that otie ought never to let one resoJflIn9t4inSWliibit wus noilred that he admired the pretty American women Hfsntn his dining table in tue Ritz 1ndon and gazed with trunk pleasure at many good looking American society dames and demoiselles All this time Spain and the Vatican were oh the verge of n quarrel and n terrible rum TIns was going on in Madrid But the only racket that Interested his majes ty was that of the tennln variety Tp Remove Coffee Stains Coffee stains even lion cream has ben put In tin coffee says Worn1 tns n ime c UipnIoji inayi be re tovel from tilih linen bv rupblng the MH with nin KlvMrln Illnsp aft yard in ItiTnxvnnn wutc- rAbcutll Cin n inu do rny Jot eollege ilftyV Wi luV tot vid for footlinH of i ure UlIJJIht jmssiblv patton the d indolln chiit iMlsbnrK Postt a t Perhaps All the work loves n lover So Ive heurd1 tVBut why T Because everybody enjoys a Joke Cleveland Leader rWSJSSl x3 M 44- J- ri t i r PLNTHHS f li i4j Lf t I LOOSE LEAF WAREHOUSE Jt i Ifi i SPRINGFIELD KY J- IrC tv j V Tandy Quiseberry C eortrPOP s tt7f to ci Vi i IIjilnctiy n SalesS f r WilF LightendSSilltei fi6t v w tI I House IsriearI The f i V Depott r i f I iV I willbei r f Tandy Qufeenberry Manager i 10 i I McElroy WMrton Real1 Estate Agents We have in hands for sale the following describe property all of which we will be glad to show anyone that wishes to buy property 100 Farm containing 116J4 acres well llocated good six room dwelling tenant house and barn price 4000 101 Farm of 180 ucres q room dwelling house 2 barns price 32 per acre 102 Farm of lTTi acres 3 miles from Mackville 103 Farm of 135 acres seven and one miles from Springfield good tenant house and two barns mostly 4n grass rice 70 per acre 106 Farm 45 acres good house and- barnfgopd land and well fenced Price 4500v 107 Farm 170 acres located 5 miles from Springfield Ky small house stock and tobacco barn well fenced and watered Psice60 per acre 108 Farm 170 acres one mile from Mackville well improved in everyway ultivaItfon109 Farm of 84 acres 6 miles from Springfield small house and good barn t40 per acre l 110 Farm 170 acres 21 miles from Springfield 5 room dwelling small stock and tobacco barn and newly fenced Price 45 per acre v 111 Farm 140 acres 3 12 miles from Springfield niqe dwelling and barn all lays well newly fenced and mostly kin prass Price 5750 per acre 112 6 room frame cottage 2 acres of landnice little barn and oiher out Springf213 Farm of 206 acres 712 miles rom Springfield 16 per acre Fruit and Shade TREES Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Write for Catalogue No agents HF HILLENMEYtR Lexington Ky A Novctiitt Romance There died In Paris rwentlynt the age of elgutynlne yenrsa woman who will be remembered In the annuls both of llteraluix and of music Her name was Paulino VlardotGurrb Sbe wits Vreat In her own right and great by reason of her associations says Cur rent Literature Her brother Manuel Garcln who tlkdinl 19011 wits n stag Ing twioher ut worldwide reputation latter prlint she sang in till the Jead ing opera houses of Europe She knew IntimuUly some of the most famous men and w men of her time Wapuer Schumann Cbbpln GQunod and Liszt were her friends Goorge Sand made her the heroine of a novel Ary Scbef ter painted her portrulL home Renan Delacroix Adelaide Rfstorf and others as famous flockid to tier salonst Sh1domes to t4 says nn enthusiastic mjrer In Musltal America from the rolden ope carrying the sncred fire During eightynine years her hand U1lk1credmortality lies not so much In what has been mentioned ns in one other tact She was the friend and Inspirer of the man whom tnauy regard as the greatest novelist tbatevcr lived Ivan TurgenIeCf e The iQve story of Mme VlardotGar cia and TufgenJeff has never boOn told In Its entirety Turgehleff bad all the iccretlveness of the Slav and Mme VlardotGarcla when she gave her con onWn 1007 to the publication of some of the letters that passed between them excised the most vital passages There are Indications however that the full facts will soda be brought to light It Is said that among the papers of Mme VlardotGarcla has been found a man uscript novel of TurgenlefTs lIntrusted tp her hall a century ago on the un derstanding that It was not be pub lished until ten years after her death If the statement Is true Jacob Ton son remarks In the London Ne v Age somethlng approaching ft first class sensation Is In sto etor the literary eWorld There Is another report that Mme VlardotGnrcla and Turgenleff were secretly married and that the child ot their union a daughter is liv big tn America j aj Et1CAL Of Valuabl live Stoi Oh the farm of W JDClaybrOoke1 1 12 miles Easjt of Springfield onMackvillepike Imnto the highest and best bidder the fullowing Livestock on 1 L HVTh d i i t 24 Head of Mules j 16head of cpuring 3year old Mules all broke to work one team of 5year old mate mules extra goud 1 6yeatold Horse Mule 3 yearling Mules Ipair Red Sorrel mare mule Cults and 1 Horse and One Mare Colt r r P V Six Brood MatS v j Six grad Mares all in r allo ThurmanvJis Peters Jack excefnt One Registered mare in f toRedBiad Also l3yearjod BayGeldiug ll I five Hea Pof Wtis Y yearling HorsdColt yearlfsjt bijviiay o1tand weanling Fifteen lead of Cattle gO- ne A 8jrod Shorthorn e4Ui oidJersey yjBsrlttiHf84 weight allckJ eight grade Jersey Heicsailv- ery TtRegistered selljL Bemis Tobacco Settert gboda Tobacco Burper ItI one Large Heating I1J lunch Served 1100 1Sale begins Promptly Wlfc30l S20andunder er20Sii tbonths interest JfrW good personal security payable either Bank SpringQeld SORT BYBIDDING EVERYTHINO SELLS YOUIt PWCE MEl Wi D Claybrooke Moois AirTight Heater1 roes the Workof a FnlaceflJ All nickeled of the highest finish through process only the House of Moore of the polished parts comes In rp- t v i Two Mare Cojis by1 Red BinJf car z ling by Red Bird 1 1 mare colt by Red Birif t7 iv i CoW tti i iCow and Cafi irS about POO Jbs eariid head lifgb jwii fine Bull t S 1SJ11 also new I Bed 1 Steel1 RlIt r Stove good as new J at am fe iJ TER Cash O time note with sate wfifc and in of NO OF iS 7f f I parts are very a Jtnown to None l l g 1 41 2 s i l Itl by far the greatest heater on earth Built on wi eatire ferent principle than others Heats by circulation Mefis4M- O 1 ie Moores Air Tight Heater will heat your entire lin si 4l stairs and tlownand keep every floor as warm as though yiti Jwdui i furnace It heats the air in the farthest room to tlidne tts Ifsck ture as the air in the same room as theatove p Saves Over Halfrour Coal Bill t aMoore a Air Tight Heater burns hard coat or the cheapest kIM ol IKMhJ ffaan be run at less that halt thecost of other beaters 1 The Egg Shaped Dome and Hot Air Flu FircjMt consumes tht artiiL I in tho coal thus overcoming the bmoke and soot nulaance aia WuTr all the fuel last longfier Thereare no clinkers and no cinders i The Dust Flue takes all the iflust and small ashes up the hlm ieyth is I preventing them from collecting i- zkthe floor and furniture psheafrOming pan keeps the stove like new for a whole year The Air Tight Draft Control t n ablcs you to hold a fire from to 48 hours Fire nev r goes out ogr t night And Is always under perfect control All parts are surface reua i ttogether air tight Nothfiiir bitjsjtos wlcklngr Is used lii Hwwdfcif expands and contra t1l with M so that the stovela pfectkytand under complete comtriitr times fr4 The Handsomest and Handiest Heater Ever Macbl polIsh 24 t Stop in and l1et secret of our QIIlflISSSt and many other frtwr c ib iroom here to exptari tAit tbyoyt that ona ottlNM replace two or eirei three ao beitsp wOIktMaall I UItl IT4 FOR SALE BY i SHSJLTZ f T 8 EAVERii Taxes MuSt A BejfI l J z i By December st After that time the o Penally will be added to all unpaid tax c = t Pay Now pid Save MoneyS Ain S 1 ijzt ii R G 1BURTON- r HIWiOlNT D1NTIST Z tETIl EXTRACTED W c rUT PAIN r r i ltII 1 Ma k IHp attlrr r =i nLD Y u Work Strictly Fintclaw i DR J FnIUDD t ldSUg A co OUct feor 4 to 9 am iiLla2pm poter Haydon Drug- storiItLamiflonMD AI MceMlteraltvse + t teIIC I14taec He ag rfJ r K ttwF aRl assy ATTORNEY AT LAW 04 svcNasi JhuOt t kIMGFTZth y EjwHYATT r over RtMi OrOa Drug 4s Offlet boir Hyatt 1030 111bo 12 m 4 fto 5 p JOUN L MArS lV1EilL rnfl4TORl 1 AIaL1cEsEo EMaAlM i 1ELEPHONEa SPB01GFIELD II Rkilrod Sch4u1etjfbllowing isthl time schedule t Y MWU tfcton tiia BardstowL i4 Sprlpgfisldr branch railroao V Mo 41ve Louisville av 410 p m Bardstown Junctioi t12tm Bardstown 6C6pm t WriVff at Springfield 655 p nil I V 1o42Levc Springfield at IIf50 in Bardstowu 645 am Brdiowa Jjanction 780 a m- LrlvsL Louisville 820 a in al V Kb 48Leaves Louisville a 7i2Q r m 3ardstowii r Juinctiot r 55a mj Bardstown 1005 a- oin jpirriw Springfield 1140 p DJ e ftNilvHSpringfi ld aJf 100 pm Bardstown 220 p mr my Bardfttown Junction 410 ip m atJouiville545ptptt No 90 Sundays only Leaves Springfild 71 a m Bardstpt jOQ a m ardstown Jnnctioi c Ii5 a m arriyea at Louisvill 335 a rnS 1 4 fNQ 81 Sunday s on1yLeavet IioWsTill at 600 pm Bards t kifJunction 645 p m Bardb- 1tw 780pm arrives ar SlpriB Uld at 825 p m 55qshJust a LittU TeSmart- S scnbwomaij Inapntts theater cvt mnKnIQcent dlnmond Eton rfa 1 box In swteji1ig up Tht lMMM8t old soul deteriulnwl to restore- the tomacU jrto its owner and thi- WMr of course wasnt long in turn Icapa young woman splendidly toed and on the verge of hysteria Oi have you found my stomacher4 He erkd It sa chef doeiivxe ot lAllqae of the Place Veudome JGalir p oevndt roHdame said the stpubvo BMB Here is your 8i0 itfineVr4 Anti ae produced it frpmrmer pocket Tbr UMT teok out a fifty dollar bill press tfk oa the neshscrnbVomnnuml 4ef rte4 with her gtomacher hurried I JyBmt an hour later another lad Valted Have you found my stom 4ickerrv abe asked smiling I think left Jt in my mix WUv yes nja- 4ame but If It was ytnr wttiinnchfr aaki the scruhtroman lilf has jliolI It Sae got It this iiicniUijj The gavCI 5raeOrewnrd Why the stomacher was JlI1ltliUoutlHi lady sahU It only co5 Your thief Is S4ri out7 Mr Ghidtones Catch 4BPbtr many tneriiberM ut this hbuse r wricedMr ladstoiif once lu ihe course- ij debt on electornlt qualifications 5t caadlvKle 1330 17s br2 13- sLr HiAlinndred Bud flfty elght shout eeibe r I thing cannot be done exclalm M xaotber ft xSU A roar of laughter gr etcd this1 last 5b remark But It whs true nevertheless Yo cannot multiply or divide mo- neyNi woney Yon may repeat a smaller slam 9t money as ninny times as It19 contained 11In larger funi uf money lt bit that Is a very dlffrnUt thing If i you repeat rii Khlllin x as Vlten as there 4 are halrx la a hUle faf you do not- ulUily ryshlUIups J a liprses tall rHJiIJCICrll n1tkl nW this before Never inlnUi voii ueeil nut be ashamed iJiTjhurj bzithrisce fut Jt was shared l A as ttfi ibin mifraftiV ly the en JSi i tire kouse tif iMWimtns bar iiie nieui j hen lClndhi thi ihcn chanTellor o l1the CXhe4JUer b 91 Ktiino Brass JJe d 1iHIW It 1 h npulthnNu ii bed froJD ft tiiJ of ultie who is o manufac satww of Iros and bra beds II ol jjictf to the lIr4ss tfnes bofui e tbej it9o hard tafceept bright wos fit iiiiiMc t of n iuinspkeeppr recently rfTlHii k bcauw OUIpolish theiti Iwee4ilulzzIeally Then In nl djsws JIfNSc1Tkl uiyiadvic ji tit hre nbsolil tf iloue noi jHiwllta It itot allowing It to be vvet Jv JHV H P W 241d JtOOlV not kOtMltllSf thet are pol kIs u wktelt give iHStpr but Ut is only WaI4lJury a i the Inttcr stage t thIiM ihnii l klfr t once 4 egun the 4 tfta1nUl t lMl krlt 1Iprrll ab 4H lryHttHiit h whit brass wants I kMk ibis experts advice and aftar = I WWNLoci 1oii wnnt Happening or Interest i Freshest and Latest ii j AI1AboutYourse1TFrIcnds hid Acquaintances L j ti r ucedPrlcesjal FOR SALE 1000 or more old tfrick Mrs E L Davispn See oor special ifne of Turbans and everything stylish in small hats Miss Willie Knoit Stirred Plymouth Rock Roos ters for sfcle 76c Mrs jT Yaste Trimmed and untrimmed hats at a sacrifice at Wathen Shade IlM undCity Paints maycosL trifle mores buil Leo Haydon drapedhats MrsrWiliiams A marriage licensewasi issued by County Clerk Booker this week to Afr Charles DriscollaiiQ Miss Lula May Janes All patterns and ready to wears at half priceA1 nice selection Mrs WnliamsV NoTiqEiAU persons indebtfed- to Hennessy Baker must coin in jjftonce and settle elseIsbal have to sue to collect the unpaid qunts Marshall Duncan New silk waists in black and colors also new wash waists just in See them at MrsWilliams The ladies of the Pleasant Grove church will have a s leot cakes chickens and afads on- WediiesdayNov 23rd at Pagan Bros Patronage solicited NSw is the time for large 4r ss shapes We baxe just received splendid assortment Call and see them Miss Willie Knott FOR SALE A nice three year olld geldjng well broken Fot further informatiorV telephone Harry Derringer at G W Grigs bys MogravUleA r STRAYED On my farm about months ago a black heifer alf weighting about 450 pounds Owner can have same bypayuTg pasturage and for this adver H 5G Shewinakerrd The meeting of the Fiscal Conit which was to have bet el6 today has beenhpostponed until December the fist because of the extension of circuit rourt to this week The Dixie Vaudeville Co which appeared here during t- IeIyilI wijl again bet the Opera House with an entire new program a llarger and company during the week of Thanksgiyi- ncr Viarrinitcr Nov 21st A game of football win be played at High School Parkin this city between Springfield and Lebanon High Schoolson Saturday November 19tJi Qame wlUJbe called fLt 230 p be teams are well matched and a close contest is anticipateaVt D STRAYED On icdy farm near POlinKyope red heifer witoTa white face Jong yearling l1ms been here fOUl months Owner can have same by pavinipasur age a IMrsMa Anally Day jvas given at the Willisburg Baptist church ort last Sunday The house was pretiilv decorat dQuite a umber ot excellenjfc recitations and some good music was given by the school The pupils were very much en couraged by the large crowd wfyo gathered tj hear them r Messrs RicharC Osbcurne B B Leachman and WT Leach manrthe Jury Commissioners orWshingtqncoun v held their meeting and placed In the jury wheel the names required by llaw from which thejuriesare to be drawn 4 Nad Hardin s arrested Mon day morning and tried in the Police Court before a jjury and contrary to the usual and expect d in such cases was acquitted How every he was being tried for a breach of the peace by Chipping Lucy Olay and the jjqry evidently believefl him right and adquittect bin TOPIGS I MM fiv Teeth S tracted witbg out PAIN or l DANGER tJSb charges gl Avhen plates 6 are wanted Ii IDoneIIJ- 1 in every respect and just as ad vertised IYSTiLlARDDpf1 SI I Spplnifleld r Ky Wor jis progressing rapidly on the new residence for the jailer It will be a handsome structure when completed anj 4 much needed improvement PqultryCo11as gfeingr turkeys having killed SOOO pounds Themarket for closediidthenot open until Decernber1t 3 Death1 1ii entered the hme 1Qfj Mr Hbward Ta umat Valley Hill on Thursday of llastWeek and ttook his fiveyear old son SbireyChflon The child had been illIQnly a few days with scarlet fever Funeral services were conducted Friday at Will burg ttj i t Destroyed By Fire Athdhon1ast Friday the residence of Mr Ignatius Wise near St Rose was destroyed by fire The fjfaze was first noticed on the roof and it is supposed toj have originated from a spark from burning soot in the chim fey The flames spread so rapidly that only a small patt of the household furniture was save While carrybg out fur nit re Mr Wise cAmo near losing his life Thauppar ceiling fell just as he wasa out to enter the burning building Farmers Institute The Washington County Far mfirs Institute was in session SaturdayMessrs the Instructors Onlya small number of farmers were present and it did no have tho attendance ideserved Mr W A Clements was elected delegate to the State Farmers Institute and Messrs B B Lechman and L A Burns were named as alter nates Mr W A Waters was made Chairman of the Institute and Mr Clarence Gordon flrc retary Both are to be commend ed forthe interest they maul fested in the Institute Cit Court The regular term of Circuit Court closed Saturday It nas been one of the busiest term sin years and had to be extended in order to complete the largo amount of business The case of Ignatius Wise ys Frank Keene was bun yesterday and will consume therest of the week pnlast46 indictments as follows Attempting to ppispni cattle 1 un lawfuly converting property 1 failing to keep road in repair leta nog a w mat against her will J carrying concealed a deadly weapon 2 pointing a deadly weapon at another 2 shooting on the public highway 4 assault and battery 5 forgery 1 selling beverage in local op- tIon territory 4 selling liquor in local option territory 11 furnish ing liquorTto minor 2 gaming 5 breach of the peach 7 disturb jug religious worship 1 From the above It is evidpntl that the grind jjury S SL h I ASI I 11 TOLD IIIIiN s J THE rl L HILLS w I t the bpolle rgers diligeutiv aIl the crap sboojters will lose al their profits also Watch for theindmns in thi playhAs Told in thf Hipsa tlje Opera House SaturdaJ night ffI Net V Firm r Mr H A Soshj who for sev oral years past has been a trav eling Saleman for the J R Wat Ifejib s Medicine Co has resigne purchaseddebalf a and notion store of A H Lintol on Main Crcfes Street arid ths firm will be known as L nton fe Sosh Mr Linton has been con ducting tbe store for some time and has made a successfull merchant Mr Sosh has had pre vious experience asa indrthaTit and during the time he has been canvassing the county as sales man for the Watkins Co he has by his courteous and obliging manner won considerable popu larity and with the combined efforts and in uenceQ the two the firm should have unbounded success RoyitltyDrlscoll1 Mr J W Dnscoll and Miss Claudia Royalty were tfiarned Saturday in Lebanon by Rev A C draves MrNDriscoll is an intl9stri 4s yoting man of this city arid his bride is a daughter of Mr SD Royalty end a findsomeyoung lady who is well known in the cbunty and has many friends Mrs Haydon bead Mrs Strah E Hayd on died at the home of her sdn Mr Bert inIfirmii age1Mri1 belinamily of this courity She was pru hre 84 years ago She jrfew to womanbooJ here andIIwhenquite young was o the late C F fiaydon who poeceded her to tbe grave oany years She was a good hristian woman endued with hose characteristics which make rue woman aand mother lood t The following children iurvive Mr Ben Baydoo with dome she made her home Mr Dhas Haydon of Louisvifle Ir Frank flay don and Mrs C W Flynn bi Marion County Funerall services were Con ducted af St Dominics Sunday md burial was at St Rose Best Assortment of the Season rHatrvery latest Shades at special pricesMiss Willie Knott t TRUSTEES SALE iOF Bankrupt Goods 0 0 As trustee for tbe Bankrupt estate of JE larmopIwill on Saturday NoYettber 26 1910 at 10 oclock a pa pifer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder on the premises at Fenwick following described KVtthe The entire Merchan djse consisting Dry Goods Grc cedes Shoes Queensware Glassware Tinware i Notions etc This stock of goods will be sold as a whole on the invoice price Also the fixtures consist jag of Scales Showcases Cash Register Account Register Oil Tanks Gheese Knives Tobacco Cutter etc This sale will b on a credit of 90 days the purchaser to exe cute notes with good personall security bearingi interest at tbe rate of 6 per cjeht from dat of sale until paid W F GRIG8BY Trustee in Bankruptcy for Ji E Harmon OOOO OOooOOOO 1vember19th1 SIXTH SEASON OF CONTiNUED SUCCESS Pre4nts- APLAY W F MANN YOU CANNOT AFFORDTO MISS HEADED BY MABEL OWEN AS THE INDIAN GIRL PAMNENA By Far The BeltJDramatic- lProductioDOfolTody I NEW SceneryEWIEffeetsI m SWatch For The INDIANS Prices 50 35 and 25 cents QQQG g t Mr and Mrs W A Clements entertained a number off the 9 younger set at a euchre TUesday t evening t Mrs W hasET Macauley re turned from Louisville Mr Wale Vadirig ofOklaho ma City is the guest of Mr and Mrs WrA Waters Mr Eugene Cray roft of Da Has Texas visited relatives here last week f Messrs Jams Waters and Richard Greenwell 9f Bunters ser here Saturday and Sunday MrJ I Wiinsatt and scnof- Louisvillp are spending the week with ihis o tnerh e reIMiss Mabel Thempson re- turnEd from a visit to Lebanon Mrs GeorjEje D Robertson Sr spent Thursday in Louisville Hon S A Russell of Leba non was hereon busipesh yes terdaySSM Campbell was at Shelby City Tuesday where be was em ployed as auctioneer at big stock sale Dr W V Stallard was at Fairfield Sunday Hon W D Claybrooke was called to Huntsville Ala because of the illness oflhis little daughter I Mrs Hood Cunningham is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John R Smith Mr R W Wathen left Sunday for Florida where he will make his home with his son Tuales I Mrs J Warren Nally fias re turned from a yisit to hr father in Union county Jjliss Virginia Wathen hits en tered school at St Catharines iMrsWri ht of UniOntown is JIWarren Nolly Mr Chas Haydon of Shelby ville attended the funerarof his ran SundayIMiaj Jennie Carrico is visiting at HoLy uross this week Miss Pear Comier has return ei from a trip to the West Dr M W Hyatt was inLouis yule Monday y oL9dahomahere lIMrs GeorgejI Medley of Owensbdro is th3 guest of reI a lLives here x fewHavenMr Harry D Goodin of A buquerque New Mexico is visi ting his sister Mrs W L McClellan Judge and Mrs b L Litsey Mr and Mrs J I Martin and Dr and IrsJ H Hopper at tended the HaysHopkins wed BloomfieldIville is here in ttie interest of the Woodmjin of the world Miss Jetfie L ac man left this morning for a visit to Mrs Nick Wells at Taviorsvillev Miss Ella Sweaneyi ofGrundv Home is the guest of her parents in Louisville IMIss Ethel McClastryv of Bloomfield is at the Grundy- HomeoJ 1 Fine Farms For Sale Write Vft Q Ewing Harrods burg Kyfor the best propositions in Farm properties Notice All persons knowing them selves indebted to the estate of cL E Harmonr Bankrupt will callpn the nih3rlJhed or Joseph Poliu and seltle same at once as- IIis nec essary to close up the business ut once W F Qrigsby Trustee Hunters Notice Tne undersigned notify all persons that no hunting w iHbe allowed on their lands J HNallt tErirrott Bros i rOrJ Haydpn Mrs Watt OBryan Mrs Will Einey WAN T E DL Everyone in Springfield and vicinity to read the opening chapters of the new serial by Robert W Chambers in tho November number cf Cos mopoliton MagazineV 4 JB the greatest novel of theyear and is illustrated by Charles Dana Gibson t no 7T 7- Jsoaa 0 rI Ir NWFALLC000S0D 11 d T r I Are now being received by us daily j I J ft and ina few days will have Open I 4ti t IIandready for your inspection one of r b I the cleanest and most uptodate i J I i iI f I t t it has everbeen our pleasure to show T i I iW t i k i V f I I li Menll1ndS Boys Clothing it f l = c Shoes Hats Shirts and Neckwear I L i Dont faillo see our stockof IojJIIi I 4 I I It5fore1yuigS I I i Jr 1tr I The RobortsollC1abrooke CO1 I Iii t riA r iS2 THE DRAGONS BACKBONE L An Odd Incident of Railroad Construe tion n China Vhwi flii ro was uiulurlaken he con striicjrltm ojth rallvnv Jutwecn Klrin nUll XLwiluvanK the seaport uf Alan littlfti it wus proposed to innkd a juiutloii atn plnce called mpicn JlltrJ side tl1tl cityot Mukden Korfhls pi r mission bud to be oLtalued front the Tartar general of Muktleu This fuiic tionary at uuce procitnlwl to call In his geonianfors a spwiiw ot soothsayers who gavelnfornm Ion foncernlntr the good fortune and III fortune of sites and rere sIiIIHtsI I by tilt CUHI to knov 4rhat demons and thnort4ln habited the earth uudcr the surface These yisu men reported fbat tthe dnigon vl ose body encirtltd t lie holy city of Mnkdeu lay rolfctl nit in such n way that if the railway mine through Lanplen tht lung nails driven into fhe tlts would pierce his Imckbone and In all probabllltj etl him to raglng tlo lently to tInS great derlpient of the people of Mukden The general consequently refused the application of the rail wrtyt people and directed them to cprry the rO1dl In a straight line froin Kirln to New cbwiiug avoiding Mukden The en gineers thereupon appealed to the rltfe roy showing that as nhls yfogosed routewould go through a tnarsby anff uninhabited country It couldnot D6 prontable for their enterprise The viceroy wrote tto the general of Mukden hlghry commending him for his discretion In ponsuJtlng the geo liHUl rs but sucsrmgJbnt these sage persons go over the ground again afyd see If they could not find a place lhere the nails would not be likely to Strike Into the dragons back Accord ingly at the command of thevcer y the general bad his geonmncers lad cate n spot for the junction at Lanplen where they thought that after all the dragons backbone would be safe New York Press RICE PAPER f ShvFm the Snow VVhjta Pith Trees In Formosa ofjj The so called rice pn per Is not mn from rice ns Its name Implies but from tbe snow white pith otn small tree belonglnj to the1 genus nrnllan genus represent In this country by the couuuou Hursnpnrllln and the splkennrd The tree growsln ono sn and so far as Is known nowhere else The stems are transported to China and there tbb rice paper Is made It Is used aside from a number of other purposes by the native artists for water color drawings and sometimes it Is dyed In various and made Into artificial flowers SOlorI The tools of the pith worker prise a smooth stone about a comI scvuarp and a large knife or hatchet with It short jyoodpu handle The blade Is ntnut aoot long two Inches broad a nd nearly alf an Inch thick at the back aitjl It lis harp asa rnzor Placing a plwtf of the cylindrical pith on the stone stud his Mft hand on the top the pith v rker will roll the pith backward and run nrd for a mo incut until he gets It in the required position Then seizing the knife wltb his right hand he will hold Ute edge 1tot nothjnt remains to nnrojl for the pith mis by the qpplUatlon of the knifeI been pared Into n square white sheet cIt uniform thickness Alt that rev innlns to be done Is to square the edges tl one wjll roll npf sheef of po peri lay Jt on a table plilfe the left hand on top and gently jinroll It to the left he will have a goOil Idea ot how the feat Is nccorifplshVjdKew york Her aid Why Ho Wept t lJnttnn MctbcrWhnti Ibo matt Whqt fire you crying forl Stung nero who hasbeenlaugbt never to cry for bodily pntnOhIIVI sat dowb on a bee and Im afraid I ust baTt hurt Ul JLondoa Punch r Z- rI 50 Burley Tobacco Fair 5J1Given by the Washingto Lw Ttfeacci WarebMtse Ct I I At SPRINGFIELD WATEANOtJIC13D LA ERth r 1st 2nd 3rd Best Bright Leaf 1000 500 250 Leaf 750 500 250 7 56 500 t li 250 250 IIRed good medium hands tied together compose a sawple Stmi 11ples and come and lets talk tpbacco If yo mtamL to t uaat once No entrance fee1veryby IibsdsCharges whatever Our warehouse located on tlw raUtead by the farmer and run for the farmer Lese xpMwir to IIsell IBrjngI IIIt GEN MANAGER AKDAUGTIONIfeR L litCIi t i iaii i tr 7 o t 4 fJft 9 YOU CAN HAVe Lt1tt 1 IIWaPiu Rolls Wes t lm t Light 0 UUandRyeBred III every morning atl oclockjijy teIlIa f phonmg or calling at t i I Katie Hertlein Bfoj r I pfebne69 I LrYOnof our Grape Juicj1 2 t t f To The People off Itlf f irt 1z LI t7 IK i Washiingto t I f p iTrr jti iI c County fet i t I rWe are ahj1fenO thpit3O bqFt ii receiving the larfwt tcMk of FURNITURE + shown here Being eniragd btM MM jbu i I I r ness we Lave gone the limit and fiitJ available space with uptodate Frat ws 11 buying forth in advcbrencwcy Wfth Ii t51 IIareprepjredby itn inspisctioa and AUk = t rt tat our unuisallow pt4 1LEACHMANII 4ff i jI- If IIIICAMPPELLI k I s v ic 1t TfftLLI H r w J TrwI rH NEWSLEADER HI Wasi0 iReft r T14T1bPearlbns 4 1IIr KALxLHIMMy 7 Asou p lda J k 21f lJ f u4LoE IetniM swI7 tb atrs did w a beavtifwf taatte few l Bff w r Mtfftbpr a k a JMT bap L dw srj uc Irnppen1A ib rqud 13gt a == SC to Wisj 4dsb Ifi a fW7woat VPt Yfftt fOHtf IS t S J ullat tMc be 4 1ira IiLuert d 7aW Yeti r fjOOv JMKf wat yu- J r pttIag bw arm oM c MMi IMT IroAbftBd s+owly t waatj tO kay all tIN I tattorKL Bat of wbt tMM dw JM teloig 1if 11 ft nrr dab la i itJ th4N7II a l 4Dd audi Ijukter toiaf me r tiyoir Ist N the IuIt Meld 1ian1 I d1peet wfth ttatyovtod retorlen1tIl jneorriffbte yovng men tekltM1 t OtlIll AMM HVf yw IMTC go eto three i chiba tblt week and they do good 1 7w get b113sIM xpiwtf card ttnteae yot win And Mis morra d wtort every week 1M pad brMth MC after bit JtjekJHi wift arocciaM kaaed tgalasi 1h Muttei kMkkt atIm te I1siylatadcl1 plM aid ial Mrprtoed vote totW Me ateppsi aot knowing bSiiMik Ia the 4pOM her ion she w IiWkf es tjwi atay at horne someIaad t reet Jamea d lartmc ki n tlrely tntendI j Nar NallBMifl Mr la Iiuij M iVrit Yre riet ie fij P beie Wbata be 9yi 9f tbTbaadred aad loaf little jIU that ued to eNgage your tItLe Mr BMtval Mtertalnment Tbmgs i5 eat the rooD r Sbt pueed at the Tby jfacfc tt abe called softly 7 Laura Hid tier hMbao j i I Mnt when you be wefrted 1I I fIb AAfc Xck ck the t ateht the front jlfe ef the JfcBderson mansioa slowly MMd A WeIl bvllt man clad In teabsg dress and carrying a silk bat eeWtd the ball Bewalked quietylrtreagb the deserted rooms Ht the Hbraryr where a small Mcbt aI1HlralDgt He Mpfed a fleanlngllttle auto iatiepliitol late aJceavenlent pocket iwt llfhtry nf tthe staIrs nte ci ck sa tile library mantel had 7 tratMckiibe qaarfcr after IP when Aaga terltlle room L U N4Isl ta MkerlBr masa ot t 0 My wbat a beauty Jcjbfr and If tbeaT looked anwad apprehensively ThbjectIthla Admiration WU a saagnlflcent rbyiit1ialmpgO1dbfld Sud t Ieiy jMTigapita ts crmmple Up and be Mat SatO the great leatherh chair which r SzebP tH t ptilttfee of all tbItbe ex clalBMd iar a Hatless voice t Jjrieatf there Ills eyfa closed In frerarie tba waraiug was bjeuig flashed iaraat wlde fI tltotfcblpg copper tifca zOfi rieaMa Jl the fa tUef was at work and bad been Iz Iu7tlladelphia if Qeattea aa JbBtto4kd the jewel hack the table One Atnjie he held i lb bk baad a ad tbu jri the great f 11JtIt bead xaifVi fprvrariL and he atarWirt tb Wftk i gaze of IftettdM8l4 HtMMf ly then wax a noise as of a ej enlng Undtbpl thIef whirled f irewBd hte pistol gleaming in hti- baaaV There before the door stood Mrsr1iar 6e lerelinK a revolver at bte bead She looked superb with her ieiial thrown back and her eyes gleam fcig Trttb Bnaee1Istomd brightness a1 lcalmlySQeaIk1an1In glanced aro4nd the I I H and took step forwaffi Her j gtvlngjrid sst flown t pi SJLrs HanderRon walked slowly to csr4 tiN telephone debating ha her J srtwst wbVttier lie shtitjld call for tbe JjwUce or wall untii Juk cfturned SSfiff ih w t tked the thief as rbesar ber gu luSvyrd tbe Instrument utv ii IKUI irsurtT queried his ijllr GfHtlvnnin Jim smiled and palled 4 d iilij nt rlfffirnttoH Mm t t vi k r JJWIIIIrTrMIIJ trotIbk ys upon the mind OSaraSsaad1saenambifion beauty yigorand cheerfu aess soon disappear the kidJ eys t order dis M8ed it not uncom Tnak kid the r iW iooiSuift3ieu scalds4 t esk ru IW4the child reacbs1 t a w Id b abe coatrofth I mliyitagicted with bedet ittbecuseoftkediffJ r4 ytrott1lr and the first the trMiient of tbi8EIteOWat ThJa Unpleasant I1 L condition of LthrBdaeyilind blaader and not to j 1 l httaf oet people suppose abed as w ll as men made user kidasv nd Wadder troab1 eei1ie Iae great reedLand OfJJI ooedollar iJI sfae bottler Yow ay I ebsIssumpIebttIe I SWTWassllfrseaIoa bout SwampRoot wbea are of or Kidneytronbiebabecoie that is CbarRevs If to ar are jJ 1n6Ddistmsny OI1L rcdil who foomd SwampRoot to Ltfttijrewdy iseded fa writiar S Binghamton NIYmention this paper Dot make any mistake but rememberf the name Di Kilmers Swa dreuNcaievcry 4ndrlooIced l jif hull rbougarnniy Yllud1tlbt n punt scheme tv treat Jiuiit wpdfi prisoners In the f MalfrtiiirUV shf Hskf7 herself t turiediWhv ddnf you call for help ask lNfJlrI f1tr It h IMllIIe dwelt rhlnkHutt I tY e to iSr- MplSedwldIlIinl hIt ner+ eadCEtMMMI It weaMn cI VOH any rood W yea cfi HtoIitblltH1 I cut the wsrJj t teredI said Mrs Saaderaoa touch that9UwIU nut 4o lID Ill put Billie Gown The bar gkr leeked fit bar rloush II promise be said sffl staringat her You hate ome beatitlfal Jew els be continued pointlng p the pile o the table and this une especlally Be aeldi tap the giant ruby which be bad concealed In his band Mrs Saaderson put dowtf her pIstolt What makes yotf do this kind of work she asked paying no attention to wiat be was afeylng GentftHuinJIm suddenly leaned forI wr1 staring tB ntly at the ring His deep volcebeess soft Little girl hA saldyou f dentand But can t you tell me cant you ex pllaIa 2 pleaded the young woman fol lowing tiie methods she bad u the courts edlnj The burglar sat with his head In his bands for a long time then suddenly sat tip straight and held put thi ruby rlag TIOnly one other place on thIS1boadt earth have 1 seen a ring that can be compared with tbat he said slowly And where was that asked Mrs anderson uIt was hers said Gentleman Jim hortly And wont you tell me about heiTJ she asked trying to make him unbur den himself The burglar lighted another cigarette Three years 8 he began be l 1onged1d eco I felln love wlth one ot the elies1 of the town sLid when we were ngaged 1 hunted all over the world for lly1feelingsI Itone nearly like this He and stared moodily1 at the pnusedI uThenbe went on one day ceived a riqt from her sending the ring and brest king vtllWngageinent Bile said she bad found that she did not love me and Wltq1n a mbnth she was married to One of my best friends I was heartbroken and crushed for 1 loved her with all myt soul 1 dropped from society and went td Africa There I fought In the British ranks and al thoigh my comraeS fell around meI 1 passed through every battle un touched Poor boyr murmured Mrs Sander son softly When the war was over he continued I came back and began this had to have excitement or I would have gone crazy And now 1 couldnt stop if I wanted to the police are always on my trail Be stopped and llooked sorrowfully at his auditor Tbere be8ald you have my story uMan she cried Dont you under stand that youre like a piece of drift wood floating about near shore f When the tide comes in yon have your chance to gabta foothold if yOu watt until the tide goes out you pay never Lave another UttJewomnnhe said solemnly Ihave fried to gain a foothold Mrs Sanderson ignoring hlsfamlllar manner of speech quietly arose and walked to the grand piano In a few seconds the solemn tones pt Home Sweet Borne tang through the great house When she bad finished she turned around G d be exclaimed That was superb beautiful That music did me more gobd than anything 1I have seen or heard felt for years LookJ said his captor You said you were thrown back when you tried to change BujtdoVybu know wUy It was your owliltiUl1t Youve gone along In the rfd wit h the same feel tog with whl h dhenter this house to get wbatyoucnnahd ItY1n are detected to shoot It you met thei world with klndnesa In your heart and a smile pn your facet the world will smile back at yout But Iif you guI with the intention of flhtIngoIL robbing it will fight like tiger and give you as good as it receives And It will rob you of the best In you your mdnhpod So why dont you take a new starrand forget yourself in doing good toothers She stopped and looked at the bur glar Be picked up a boolrand turned the leaves In a familiar fashion Sud deqly he smiled and mjarkcd a quo tation with a pencil t 9 never thought of doing that he suddenly cried but IIi Iltl It Btf stood up straight as aq arrow Ill try It be repeated slowly Will you let me shake your land and may go tbep Mrs Sanderson her heart aglow went with oblm to the door Dont forget your resolution she cried out cheerlly I wont lie called hnck and dIsi- Ipeered p Ipto the dark night And some how he knew thnt he would Itinp bis promisetI Mrs Sanderson sat In the chair lately occupied by the reformed burglar when she saw thetbookwhlch he had marked She carelessly picked It up and turned to the bookmark There her eyes were attracted by a cross TberGod serve She sat there thinking until Jack came Were r you Telected tonight he nsk ed cheerily No dear she replied I withdrew my nnmp Atjd IaekshO continued Ive decided inspire up the card clubs And she ttold him evpr thlnp ihnl lind happened that evening1 Vhin she hud finished Mr Sander ion firm tier lorlnulr o him Ij urn he wild sloxvlvr Im glad puexK that the title lins turned to tto ptrsori Ancll alit glad tnti sin 111j SSsmeEffectInnl3 Do II love her Why tuna I nut sleep nights for thlniclug about her Owens Thats not proof positive 1Jet same effect from my tailors bills Boston Transcript ThetJ it Liien r Tliey otglio Put sothebody hotto it cofi5 muntefc vJTiats what I think replied tho cefldHctpr with ii IiJlgbnt have been listening tojidvlce on how to run tub road toy years but tbt company dQesni take any notice of my superior Infor matlon Waj hiugton Star ROAD mm BY GOVERNMENT t Rttfty Mih Shows Money Is Wasted on Highways WILLSAVE FARMERS MILLIONS l IL F YoaicumTalks to National Con vention on Development of Country as Proof That Highways Should Be Improved by National Appropriation One of the most interesting addresses delivered before the National Gopd Roads association at Niagara Falls recently was that of B F Yoakum chairman of the St Louis and San IFrancisco Railroad company The key note of his address was that the gov ernment wastes enough to build nil tarmcsIpoints of big speech weje organization stands for a duty IYour Ccted by the government InpeopleInbuilding of tbe ouutry They are of national Importance Government statistics tell u that It costs our farmers 15 cents more to haul one ton joueinlle In this country than it costs in European countries The products of tjie arms of the Unit npproxlmalelynOOOOOOOtons ernment sbows the average haul of a ton was nine miles This difference of cents a ton ner mile represents an additional cost of 135 rr1l1r for nn nrerage haiil of nine miles Estlmnt iIlng tbnttwotblrds of theagricultural products of last year were hauled away frcnr the farms there would hdve been n saving to the American farmers pf 225000000 If our roads bad been up to the standard of Euro peon roads not incliidnig their back haul of supplies from tbg stations to the farms They would allso hayet saved large sums In the cost of replac l wafon8etcextra draft stock i centurytoDuring the same time little attention Ins been given tQ the building up of American country roads Yet the vat ue of the two to the public goes hand IIn band Foot and clothing must be handled between the producers and tho consumers over both the country road and the railroad It Is Important that the country roads approach the high standard of the railroads The greatest value of good roads will be to the farmers who have not as yet bpcoim Interested You have not yet found a way to reach them to properly place your arguments and statistics before them They need to shown that the poorest roads are1 the most expensive roads They have ngt been shown that their broken wag blncksmltbI otrbeen shownHb t a four dollar a day team can dp twice fhe work over good roads whidh make that team worth to them8 a day Tbe way to get good roads is to make nil the peopleTinow Ipmlnlwhich carries our food and clojthjug from maker to user Is part ralirad and part country road One part Is ns necessary as the other Your erganl ratfon In Its support of the betterment ot bur public highways should talk In millions instead of bousands We have 2 100JOO miles of public roads From the best Information ob tamable there ne about 44000 miles or two mlltes out of each 100 under a high standard of Improvement There are not more than 175000 miles or elght nJlles out pf tacb 100 under any kind ofx improvement In other words we have 1D25000 nilles of public Toads which are In as poor condltlo now they were when they were laid out by our early settlers arid pioneers If we build 100000 miles of public highways annually for ten years and gh e to this country 14XK000miles jof gooi 1 pubilc roads at an averaga cost of 13000a mile or 300000000 nuniia wo will be engaging In n national development the advantages of whlcli Ju economies commerce comforts ami erihoneed land values none eon fort tell We will l e accomplishing some thing worth while Tjhis work of cur tied on by coiihties and towiiKhips at present will btF very slpw Itt should bo enrouniged under a Abroad compro henslvc plan outlined by the federal poverninent coiiperalinfr with the tats Tilt nprtcnltuijhlJI depart meuj of the government Is In rHviuparfiy with hll filings tim nd ttj lImprove out jpuMle hiad ftysteit Your association should hove a prfsslre rganb atons ln every stair nnd have working relations with nil oomnjprcjnl manufneturlng flUff agricultural institutions Willie I can spciik tint for one system of mllronds I fcei confident that ewry railroad of ti country will be hIsympathy and rk in harmony to aid In develop meat of thttcountrys public highways with a view of uplmlldjng and Increas lltlrnfdarc now lying lde for lack of nil m importation or good public roada ti Micourage their cultivation Captain Bartletts Three Cheers A series of Revolutionary scene Vcre given In a London theater sour months after rthe close of that memo rable war On the one side Vus thi English army In full red couteil mil form with every button In Its exact place Opposite them vW the Atneri can armyicompbsed as time theater bll stated of artisans cobblers and link ers arrayed In their working dress with buttons of every size and hui pedCaptnhBartlett caplainIihissquallcalledcobblers and tinkers whowerctOt much for Kltig George and his red coats and with a wav of his bat h gave these with a will kFor a shor Wrfollowedappreciative cheer for the pluck npr yJibecameinvitations to clubs and free tickets theatrical and other entertainraenfo while be remained In porjL J i Dry WashdayWith It 1ves It An Indicator shgWs the amount ofoilin the font Fillercap does not ned10 be screwed iown tut ifs a Evervtfyere Incorporated ii WHat the Colors of Buoys Mean WbeIlJot ieuier any harbor lu world where J he channel is marked btbuoys you will tiiul that on your rjgbt us you pass Iu are painted red and those on your left black If you should see one pa luted in red anti horizontal bands the should run as close to it as possible because Indicates tie center of n narrow channel 1fBuoys rod aud black vertical stripes always tnrk time end of spits nnd the Outer and lnncr ends of cx tensjve wliere tbere Is n chan nel on each side When red and black checkers are painted pn a buoy It marks either a rock In the open sea or an obstruction In the harbor of small extent with channel all around If there ape two such obstructions and a channel between them the buoy on the right of you will have red rind white checkers and the one on your left will have black and white check jbrs f When a wreck obstructs the channel a green buoy will be sea side of the wreck with Wreck plainly painted on it in white letters provided there Is a clan nel all around It Otherwise an eyen number will be painted In white pbovo the word wreck when the buoy Is on tire right side of ttLe channel and an odd number when the buoy Is on the TkoWFse King i Once upon a time there lived a king who was said to be so wise that could answer every question that was put to hlmso people came from far and nenr to ask hla advice when they were In perpleXITy trouble or dlfllcuity One day there came an old woman tired and travel stained and bowhut low before his majesty site said May it please your majesty to an swer mea questlpo i ISpeak on said the king Can you tell me why said the old iWoman having two eyes and two ears J have only one mouthV i esUsalcl the king You have twp that you may see everything well You have two ears that youmay hear everythifiBjwell But yOu have only one lou rsp that you may not talk too much The NewFtage Look here Wilkins iald a doctor to his boy in buttons whorh he had occasion to reprimand cant stand any more of this nonsense Ypull have to turn over a fresh leaf All right sir was the witty re sponse you shant complain of me again sir Ill be nn entirely new ua2eloIdoui Onfnlon When clothes cant be hung outside arid must be dried injvi JheNewPerfectfonOil tfpthedampertopquicklydriesDo not put off washing to await a sunny day in order to void mildew ydayDERFECtI01U5MOKELE Aholately smokeless ulflu odorlessIndsmokeleshas WhichprevenJsquicklycleaned ibecadseeasilyunscrewed thefontillJorserYieeDealers thodartoStandard Oil Companye 4 those black ship that with reefs f thewordI clear IclLI eyes I t fool No 41144 A prayerEvenITo a fag and several hanks of hair Goodness knows what she wouldnt wcur the fool he called her ble lady fair aa you and IInut the waste Jeers we wastt bindlhe tears ire the evil thlnge weve said IAnd on the woman who does not know Ilk an not will nexer know to wear upon her head tool was frequently horrified IThe as you and fl husk tii of hair with a head Inside edWaRbrideEvenBut It tsnt the hanks or tho woman IWould win him his decree he had the hardihood to sueIIIt point Is that she never knew A5 a mattpp0f tact they never do Wbolp hatBL jsed to be SU Louis PostDJfipatch I 1jJA d white I was down there in the slums Saw awoiiian feeding candy to ji baby that looked as If It were pRlntedi Time cutest little boy WIts cllnillne a flf t 91sII tinII1oti I1 dout know lila name but he was t ladyhia livhltb necktie tUeis the man that sells lace with such big red liamidnndzt hispLlfe Nat Js For Him No said thQ theatrical manager wlio bad Rone ill lw k ata tine place on the seashore wouldnt take It at any price Its beautiful I admit all yoi represented It to lberbut f never could Ibe lutppyihcre WIly nttT asked the real estate agjut YonU never have a chance to get another Much bargain Look at the splendid beach Breathe In the iajjorfectFrom But that lighthouse just across the boy would liiterfwe with uiy enjoyment t Irjiever could look It without sadly remenlerivg other light houseCIrfc- ago HeconJJJm lldoI It Cured My a IiI0 or twentynine years I have I been at intervals a great sufferer from rheumatism During thatI gatIonsments and oils I have used and with but little relief Recently Iwas confined to my bed help less1 tried loans Liniment and used it with such sat factory rsulth that r sent for two large bottles splendid5uccessJAItf lb Got Ease n Leis Than Ten Minutes MR aJifahorseshqcrandnrniitrlif nrghtwhenslttmgat once applied your S NS LI IMENTtortKeaffetted and n4esstJian iutes asviSloans Liriiment does not need any pnetmntTrySprains Chest Pains and Sore Throat It gives almost instant relief Price 25c SOc and 100 at AH Dealers Send for Sloans Free Book on Horcei Address DR EARL S SLOAN BOSTON MASS t t STOPPING ft TRAIN Many Things Combine to Make It an Uncertaint Operation THE NUMBER OF CARS COUNT Likewise the Momentum and the Irak ing Power and the Temperature of the Rails Freight Train More Un certain Than Passenger Trains In what dktauct can a train lie rouKUtto astoll Well that de ends said the grizzled engineer tJbn Gaud like a hjjui and an eye could see red white dnd greena iille away down a silvery track That tepends son and tilt more think It the more I realize how Depends In circumstances In the first place it depends on the nuiuber of cars you have on your train The fewer cars you have the quicker you can stop eh Welt thats where youre dead wrong The engi neer rested his guarled flat across his knee as If It were a fifteen poun monkey wrench Yes sirbe fee peated If youve got that Idea youre wrong just like folks are likely to be on railroad matters which they dont knq v anything about Now the fact Is that a certain type of engine can be stopped quicker If It has a half dozen frjilbtcars hooked jon to It Thats so because there are brakes on each of the cars and they till grind Into the wheels when you sling on the emer gency Why wouldnt It stop quicker If sob had a dozen cars on Instead of six Well sonny for the simple rea son that tthe weight of the train or rather the momentum overcomes the braking strength of your air and So youre CarrleS along If you hind less than six cf1t would be just tJe other wayJyou1 wouldnt have enough braking i ower to overcome what weight you have got Yes sir with every freight train nnd with every passenger traIn there Is a certain number of cars necessary to make the train most effective jwhen it comes to ycrvprncileusly to himself Well Ifve got more cars on today Ill Inteto put on brakes sooner in order to stop just right at the station I once heard an engineer say that ao engine with n baggage carnndtwop- assenger coaches traveling at the rate of thirtyfive miles liD hour would fee quire about 500 feet to stop stud trav cling at twentyfive wiles an hour would require 400 foot to halt Now be was Just guessIng nr else be bad a particular train and particular condi tions In mind and mOst likely partic ular times In miud The fact Is ypu caft tell within what distance a train can be stopped Wby fake the same type pt engine and the same type of coaches land run them over tbd sunpt rack ind apply She brakes In precisely tIe same juan ner and the two trains will not stop Inline sataie distance of track Indeed tdeo the some tralq over the very r same track at different times run her ut exactly the same speed and apply Hie bntkes In the vyry same manner and you cant atoll in the same dls anie Engineers wnufd like to st9p at esjf UrstaUon att1ril1l Iy Ute same spot that they did the day before Do they ever do It No they dont be cause It cant lit diine flie stopping ofu train jleponds on conditions Jjust as I said before Engineers vhp have traveled over a par ticular road for tnrM cant do It Sometimes the conditions vary to such an extent that the train Is run past the station Everybody has seen that done And then the engIneetsas things under his breath and lincks up his train to let the passenger on and to take on baggage Sonny engneers never know within yarU where their trains will stop Freight trains are more uncertain than passengers This Is so because It doesnt matter as much An applica tion of ten pounds of air may produce no baklijg HtulU due to the wear he Kysiem and on the other baud ofI teen poiiuds might put on moje bral tbirti lilt engineer wanted He may ihrow ou a small qiinntlty of nlr nnd wViliout expecting ltrthe entergency bnikcs get into itifoii as a result When tht brakes nri alrcaily on tll1 riiginoe uiay relcaVp them a little and by so doing release iluln entirely so that the train leaps forward So you see you cant always test what tho brakes are going to do You wouldntitliiIOSe that tid tem perature of the rails would make any difference about brakes would ou7 Its a tact A rule of thumb Is that a train will brake twice as quickly In the winter uisIu the summer The vheejs stick totbe rails more when they rime cold The scientific folk tell ypu t hat the cohesion Is greater dIanother thing the oil on the rail when It iswarui is more slippery All the steel rods pipes etc on a warm fldy art cxpoided iptd so they have to move through greater distances to become effpitfvt Wbea tHey orV con tractid liy the itut the brakes grip the wheels that uu Hi qiiicker nhd tighter with time Mumviuniiunt of air tthat you npplitHl on a Avar nt Uuy YojrsWf siititiy every rriad In the country keeps lain on the temperature thriy ur tour a day all along hs ihiIli4 Temperature Is quite np- linportim thing 1n railroading AU tills OtSJtosjiov that there Is quite a lot of wlnoVe III vmiulng trains And IH VIT sow a uvui yet who hud been in tlio service siit lung that be couldnt learn a best p of tlblgs The f l10w- sWhlhlnlnhuIHl their busIness are nltvitys ieurimfiugsew York Tribune JJTwo men were in coufrf tOday each maklngn directly opposite Charge against lila wife What were they One wanted a divorce because his wife jvas so cold to him and the othcv because his wife made It too hot for him Bitltlmore American j Usual Tenants Landlord of ialace hotej Yaphauk Thetfyalut ci vacant store to behad In this here hull town b goshlt StrangerTGreat Scott And ore they nil doing business Landlord puzzIedAll what StrangerAll the moving picture shows of course Ptickv Preofo r I3fa Is a selfish brute sjld the suffragette UVby so demanded one of be hearers e J WellrcpUed the oratore s doesnt lie always grab the creapX i top of j11e1a 41 iii = 1 J ALCOI1Oj 3 PI OEep AuI J1h I a i Prow stioeIttr IcssastCttaswi INoTIXlcoT1e II Ia 4 JwSid III jwt WocsComisiscvrn IF InsaIJ43sLzftTacS Eyart Copy 01oq V NoM Stronger Stomach i LaSilpsiaehis CASiORI 1 lCJiait J The KinddYoullM Aiwlys hur Bears the Sigriatrlre tp t ttO 2 i rlI itti it j In4 fiIe FirOVISf ThirtyYar CCTflftftasss sw YWi EVERY BUSINESS MiN o 1 i Fecognizes the importance of conducting all DUMMM details hyr elephone both local and long distance It is ecOiIkmyi1iIr flC Of time and money 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