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I r1 I I l IJI t r T r f r iLy H i WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY LLiy 1NOVEMBER 24 1910 tr 0 tI Ilop1IIuI t rI FITRUSTY1 r t PRACTICAL ENTlST2fy Omc over HJLTIO e A I erIoeable pricePworksregnarantMifl 4T iPIIGFILD KYu MDIlECJORYJ 1e Q1tZl j tyeat Wto County 51Uee soatk Mt4J lyAKiiictoa if milts from L44H oil etwbraBCk of tiltnd KatkTillc iailroU tagu4 a U ral district TkatrI te1epoa JIjj ipra1i cs SoaiaillslLabe l 7 Piti 1Q ptionof JItijI fIEutattYe In ccrHo rJIea dswwa Xl pytattTe iaXfttacq Legtwt J ii ea T D Graham Zs9tve In State Seat Ho QT TCabeUI ll KIeoty Directory jJ J tcUflcOUIT anaortiaa a the fourth JiliiYi Tbcany Jy 4 Octo 3 iJt weaIta At taafgr1f C F Boler Mastic CoiMissione r itw rAJI sp QUARTLxyLquRT f94tr1Y CorU ks14a Uw third Caya st aotk fi ir4tay3a4gea OTY OTJIT ty wr tJJoa thetrth y iJI oek tIII1 j jIL ItitHyJuCe 1Seoker Coanty Clerk T Jsjtyefl CoHHty Attomey tocgeCatlett3aI1er 1 AMer8Ol1t Sheriff yreaCroake QeoPowelr I ecHctJU Jep1iW t 1 aIDEale itckeliPAsacssor t- ftt t OBry Depiy I4bart koeTru ibrw E Cmaie Ofroicr 11 Wi Bask JNt of J Cozao J Nfte posiriafieikI frjCIT COURT Jamex Jt Nee Police JmJlge Jok GracefMarskal IT QrlfSbyrCLtT Attemeyf v =iTtThTI lLItIccCoarsaee keld in Jaa ar itaad oetkfr y Ghurck Directory s METHODIST CHURCH l KeY 3P Wade Pastor det 1i ylce eve rJ Sday 11 atm and pm- 5Sas8cPoieverySkndaYat1Oa Pramsiserng every Wedmesdaj J jIgtf L + v CATHOWC CHURCH Jer P F Hfaaenav Pastor los T nr StimdT atS ad 10 oc1 km SetTicH atSt Rose same aol i ipgYTXtIA1IOURCfl r jtuTiiR E C Law on Pasto JPrtMUig evy Swday at 11 aa im4 at 7 pMt Buday Kkool eve ry f yt10 8m Prayer mc tD ytrT Tkmrtday eVrnJrf a1 7tV 44b t V BAPTIST CHURCH rR Wa itrrl8onWiUiatn b Pastor Pr aCJailden Sunday at ir a 5 aa4 i Sunday School cve aattayatio an Prayer mcelinj Terr Tiliy eveninfir at 745 OcO Tr T V eHKISTMN CBUICB Uw P Wolf Pastor a ce 1ir andfrtb fnd J hitjcas IL tLQ tA t IiJ ILnI AJt wW CJ riaII1MII UR TMEWi 5t f 4 l1i 1 ctJUGHSQOSi nu fll TI J afsUrAaThf qxrtea rOiaalletter of M r llfeickw ir JTaMikal Co i recent TrJtTaaTarrorthll oesIiis4 kalf extirttM aay feelisgSi It VkWs all klte tdi s I ever ue I I eatIIfI jflif frMit r Uef aud oae betJ f tic coajliUly cirf4 JM P Contains ayak RcJMrt80i1II 11o i IlkHr Ilepredk db iJII kkhd of 1aM my prices i1Nf a O o fIUCE H- ji 3 r r 7 w J7iE AEWS=tI3ADJ3R f BheiS 4iAbout 9 oclock Sunday even ing JacicHaU and Isaiah Rogers bacameiavolyed fa a dispute onII Main street in Danville and H l ended the altercation by sever ing Bogefg headfrom his body j with a large dwk Both parties are negroes and it is said they hadi been gambling driDJdogf and quarreling during even ing After the murder Sheriff Fox in company with several 8fcotber citizens wtat to the home of HaSl and after 4 search of Jhe premises found him hidinginI the garrt The was held Yesterday Barrods useplereyandTaragol1 saldreydonRGoodRoads A law providing for good roads in the State of Kentucky will be drafted by the committee ap pointed by the Kentucky Good Roads Association at a meeting this committee which will be held in Louisville November 26 The members of the committep f will make an effort to compete the bill without further delay wlvet willbesubmitted to the Ken uckjj Good Rods Assccfatlon fpc ap provall after which rit will be ready for presentation to the General Assembly The com mittee is composed otj Harry Sommers of Elizabethtown j V Beckmann of lJLouisviJle Middlesrborof Shelbyville and Judge James P Gregory Of LouisvilleFar mers Home JournalE pt11BgsdisgaIi lilts ttfcc Burs Eye t Tnisi world famous rifle shot who COrdOOPi1ihliving at Lincoln El Recently tevi w dhe eagsuI suffered a lor time with kidney and bladder trouble and used several well known kidney medicines all of which gave meA relief nil i F CoieyKMneytFoley Kidney Pills J teid severe backaches and pains in my kidneys suppression and a cloudy void ing On arising en the morning I would dull i have TbtakenKidney Pills and feel 100 per cent better I am never bothered with my kidneys or bladder and again feel like Smy own self H ydon Rob er sowJtt Soiltf l Ttye placing of a4ynamite C rtridgeinthe subsoiUat eacql Pplace Where an prchard tree isll16 J be planted and explSUedfisi not a new idea I would not adviseI such a course except in cases wbete the slwbrock being very hard and not giBThereare those who pave at sulii trexpensive Where there LiSa UClbard Substance beneath the soil 7eouIdadvise drilling a bole eralL far down in the subsoilits possible and discharging the Dynamite there hoping thus to I t SionOctnci jFarmersIJtItI Crushed To Death J By Heavy Wagorn Greensburgt yi Nov 191 Marvin Milb a boy about ten years of age son of S V Milbc Liletown this county was in stantfy killed about three miles from here this morning by1 a j wagon lloaded with lumber run Ding ovnr him He was walking OQ a bank on the side of the road driving an ox team Be slipped off the bank falling tinder Ithe I wagon Wbicl Pissed oyer hisc shoulder and neck crushing itn od atbri FiMorei Thanj Tk rc Decades Fokyvi Hoaey aad Tar has been a bo M MM favorite for cooif hs colds esstMayIbbrta HaysHopkins Joyful wedaing festivities marked the marriage of Miss Julia Hays and Mr Sol Hopkins which was solemnized at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Will Hajs in Bloomfield Ky on Wednesday NOT 16iit High Noon the officiating minister being Rev Pete Walker Pastor of the B otnfield Methodist church Tae home was beautifully attrac tie in loyely noral decorations of palms ferns and cut flowers While a bevy of young girls charming and graceful emiqnt ly performed the duties of hers an innovation novel andI asing These young girls were MissMatt Hays elegantly wned in pink satin with over ss white net Miss Nell Hus ton was regal in yellow satin orange satin with white nee overdress enhanced their spirit uelle beauty of Miss JqliaGoi Mu ir while Mis Alpha Wake field always lovely was most becomipgly attired in a gown off thelweadiJlous guests and a most delightful twocourse luncheon added to the perfect enjoyment fthe occa sio suness satin WAS exquisitely derign ed while orange blossoms andI il of tulle completed a charm otHosouri was most becomingly hId handsomely gowned in blue satiu and carried American Beauty r9SeSTtI groomAwas dress ll in the conventional b1ck Mr and Mrs Hopkins are ampngtbe uicst generally popular of our youngpeople The bride pos- seos an attractive perspnality The groom is industrious and manyfriendshappiness and prosperity TheI couple left sood after the edIding fi r an Eastern trip Bards town Standard tpne Youths Companion Calendaifor191t 1 The publishers ofThe Youths rhpanioa will as always at this season present to su etbscriber11175 s paifor 1911 a beauti full eplpanel reprodiueraJ watercolor painting of an oldI Itotitre garden in afloodof summer sunshine with ja background sof Lombardy poplars through hjcI one catches a glimpse of distant hills The picture being in 12 colors the tones of theif original are faithfully Repro i duced w sh all might know of the bene fit I receiYedfrom your Foleys Kt ney Remedy says IN Regan FarJ er Mo His kidneys and bladder gave him so much paiif misery and annoyancer he could not work n o eep He say a Eoley8 Kidney Rem idy completely cored him Haydo Robertson TRUSTEES SALE TOF Bankrupt Gf ods wAsestate of J JB Harmon I will on- SatordayS Hoicmbcrjfe 1910- y f at 10 oclock a m offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidl er on the premises atFenwick Ky the following described property fhe entire stock of Mecchaa dise consisting Dry Goods GrcI ceries Shoes Queensware Glassware Thiwae Notions etc lhis stock of goods will be sold as a whole on the invoice price Aisso the tixCures consist i Ogof Scales Showcases Cash DiifanksOutteretc This sale will be on a credit of 90 days the purchaser to exe cute notes with good personal security bearing interest at the ate of 6 per pfnt from date of salel until paid t t W F GRIGSBY Trustee in Bankruptcy for J EHarmonI KLEWHOWETHCAR fr 1drf Ni r N lctH In Memo amI On the 18th of November 1910i the death ari elvisited ther home of l um and Teresa Tong aDd took away the pride of their badIbeen with them duly four hor year During his short life rHe waslloved by all who knew him especially the writer ButI while we were all so happy GodI in his infinite love and wisdom saw fit to take him to his hom 001mournHe has gone where sorrOW r nv r domes God in his wisdom has recalled Th teel IIAnd though sweet William froinus We h FrknowbeHis little feetahall nevertread The path of sin and sorrow His little heart shall never know A sadness of tomorrow babyOnWhen thou art called horn earThatHe there shall welcome thee His remains were arriedto Ow ofensboroWritten bv one who loves him Popped To beave Home- rE pocffererswith coughs p re urged to go to another climate But this is costly and not a Iwa itysDiscoverpcureyouhome jfti 4 writas W R Nelsanof Calomine Ark U when all else failed and I gained 47 pounds in weight Its surely the King of all cough and an spdaghscOldsi Throat and Lung trpubles SOc and 100 Trial bottle free Ro thbertsonMarried At Lexirigtpnr Mss Grace Hatchett ajid Mr William Earnest Fishback were quietly married on fuesday 10 the parlor of the Pho mx Hotel RoqltyTher ise to the many friends of the pretty young brIde who is a daughter of Mr and Mrs WBL Hatchett and a very accomplish ed and popular young lady Ac companying her to Lexington were her sister Miss Eya Hatch t and tVIi Joe Thompson of Mackville Mr FJishback is a terpnising younjc businessman of Lexington Mo Incl has made some sincere friends on his visits this state The happy couple went immediately to Missouri where they will make their future home W 7 Reaching ftie Top in any calling of life demands a vI g orous body and keen brain Without health there isno success But Elettric Bitters is the greatest health builders the world has ever known It compels perfect action stomach liver kidneys bowels purifies and enriches the blood tones and invigo rates the whole system and enables Ypn to stand the wear and tear of y tours ttedng from kidney trbublet CushhigMeers make me feel like a new man pcat Haydon Robertson r Wants His Wife Thomas J Greer 6btaioed a rit of habeas CorpilBfor his wife Grace Career who be i claitby is being unlawfully detainedlho her father William Jivesn this cbvinty He further states that her detention is against her will and consent and that she is willing and anxious to return to bimapd will gdo so iiff permitted by her lather The majbter wil come pp before fee County liidge next Thursday and the qU9b IOn MIll probably be determine accor Jing to the wishes pt h eIt dy Spencer Courier 4 Hunters Notice Tne undersfpned notify alt persons that PO hunting will be allowed on their llands XHljraHy vj ParrottBro Ci J Haydooi MrsWaijTpJBryan Mrs Will KiBte t FqR SALEA nice three j old gelding well fioken TVot ielAAoneHarry bIiI Moonvilfe a Pleasant Grove I Miss Della Ray Gregory of St Catbarines spent Sunday at Leacilmauispent home r H jMrsj Gregory and da ofughterhave returned from an extended visit with relatives in Boyle Ico untybeandfamiJyIoj H orilsboroiSr and Mrs Toe Campbell Mr and Mrs W P Merritt wereat SpringQeld Sunday af rnoo i Mr N P Tbompsph andMiss ances Litsey L are visiting at Harrodsburg Mrs A L Litsey was the guest of her brother Mr RobS ertson at Ttxas several last week Miss Eleanor Reed is visiting tha Gruody home Miss Sue Edg rton is the guest Miss Sue Reed thEday with tbe Reed brothers Mrs JS Yankey spent Sun day in town Mr and Mrs Tom McLann w ere the guests of Mrs Julia Leachman Monday t Miss Katie Shewmaker spent Sunday with Miss Geo gi I Gregory 1 S Yankey and son Frank ent Sunday in MaCkvillo Mrs Roy Settle spent last w aeekerMrsfeisand Mrs B L Litsey ThtRev Irl R Hicks 191 Almanac The Rev Irl R Hicks Alma nac for 1911 that guardian Angel in a hundred thousand honaes Isi now ready Not many are now willing Lobe without it and Magazinl1Word e only One Dollar a year The Almanac is 35c prepaid No h 8Oonefor them to Word and Works Publishing Company St Louis Mo Newspaper Space Every line in in newdtpapsr costs the publisher something If itlis to benentsoma individualj he may fairly expect to paythi something You do Lot go into a grocery and ask the proprietor to hand ycu put ten pounds far8a fohear for aothlpg even thoughI l friend and even though tie lite m drightkIfj the beneficiary of advertis Iing does not pay for it the pro prietor b sto settle the bUt Neverlessmany people can notz seem to learn that a newspaper pays its expenses by renting space and that it iajust as raurh entitled to collect rentfor i every i day thatspace is occupied as theJ llandlord is for theh use he rents to a tenant Most newspapers always treat religiouaand philanthropic enIteiprises Jiborallyfi yet in spite of this many of these enterprises expect the newspapers to gi 7ea them space rent free while they carry theirHob printing to some other st1QptThe place for them to look for isupporfr is the place lntheyReligious organizations iyea are sorry to say are thewof st offenders tn this line that we have to deal with f We Relieve that ther0 are jqst as good Christians and just as generous las the average merchant oni the street We therefore cannot understand why weare repeated ly besought to give away our goods by people who would never think of begging cream from the milkman or coffee from the grocerGlasgow TimesI For Sale I will sell privately one ihor onghbred trotting mare withI saddle bred colt at aide in foal to jack two brood owi one thorIoughbred Bjj kahirt sow and pne THDr 2horMj wagon wUhl HaroeM Mrs Adat Dyipfl i The Goods 1atlhfWith For some weeks Mr John I mprcilLtHQtel his cash drawer was being sur rep titiously rftecT but bad no folbaathe cash paid in at the office MrPrarsstotbeen missing gefourdollars atraptorthethletTkin marked ihetpaiid returned then to the cash drawer Putting one of the trivelin mea next to JraiggiJ on nplytheiwriting table with his pack turned toward the t1Jll Someone entered the ojfice and wentti thecash drawer but the man at the table did not turn as be was afraid the thief would suspect him of being on the loOkout Watch was kept on the door ol e office and Andy Ross alias uPreacher who had worke about the hotel off and on for several years was the only one seen to eriier or come out He wa dslour of the marked dollars were found in his possession Preacher has already been5iini the penitentiary twice and yes te herciylarceny and held over to the grand jury on the sum of 100 Although he had in his possession duplicate kev to the cash draw be could not tfe tried on a oriycbargelshe bad broken no Iccjcs Mr VanArsdall be hey s that Andy has probably gotten as much s8oo from him during the pa t summer Hirr rodsburg Herald Its the Warlds Best No one has ever made a salve oin- tmentot balm to compare with Buck lens Arnica Salve Its the one per feet healer of Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Sores Scalds Boils Ulcers EyesColdSpraIns its sureme Ifallble10r- Pite8Cnly25cat Haydon Robert fl The D airyCow The dairy cow does more than bripg financial success to the dairy farmer She maKes him a better citizen than he would otherwise be Her influence tip on home conditions is a mo tto pleasing contribution to those ifactbrstwhich are responsible for e changed conditions which prevail in the frQ1homes of to daV Thousands of these homes e now characterized by com1Ie rt and happiness ere for merly they were blighted by udgery ajid nnhappiness7 better financial conditions have contributed to i118 change aid the dairy cow has been I O in n small measure responsible She has contributed iu still an other way The dairy cow teaches kindness Her owner soon learns thatpnlyb by treat ing her kindly can hesecure the highest poseiblet turn from her and she responds quickly to kindI wqrds and proper pare Herj disposition is one that ehuj man family might well emulate She is patient and lopg suffering Gcqulescingflrrangemeitser for carrying on the dairy business striving at all time to repay din for every effortI da4eThe members of the family s they come in contact v ith her and her kindly disposition are l fnfiuncedforpreciate the financial benefit tc tokcome from caring for her weUI they take a deeper interest inlI b serscipusly cultivate those qualities which made them better citizens The dairy cow the prototype of mans best friend is wield big a greater influence than 1 bet is generally greditedwith ohasffront rank m the niarch of iJ1 iization and floe Iricwltural cdaniry can long prosper wlthr uut her She Ss a potent factor iin tbe upbuildiag of such a country InarSjIallrTandiocially atdtasifiif people willl appre cIatsir and t c r pf tbt i i tM110nJ ITheNat1slI Why HeAlveria- A member of oneof Middlrs bbros aost successful basiness louses explains why they adver tie end why they prefer th newspapers for Vb at purpose as lows We adyertise in the news lapers because we are not ashamed of our eoods or our firm our store and our stock because we cater to the intelli nt class and they read the newspapers and we believe in increasing our business because we can lalkto more people through te newspaper at greater distance in lees time juad at a more reasonable price thatin vjy other way ctiDH1Juri zrpr advertising brings as JeliSteX1pend4i of advertising bat we have done becduse when we write an adJwe are not too stingy to pay fori placfng it in the best possible medium or have it inserted so it is attractivei because we know t is seen and read by iveij member if The facSiiy tto which Ine papetgtlst Klle ANiirderef 4ppexidUsKin2sNew Life Pill kill it by pr8J stimulatestomaching that clogging that invites apt- p ndiclttp curing Conatipatioa1 adache biliousness Chills 25c t Havdqn RJ4 Comm hal WashlngtouCfrcult Court Ky Dorcas McMillan c Plff EquityLulieBy virtueof a3udgment and order CircuitCourt1910 in the above styled cause i shall premisesofSltarpsvUlSATURDAY DECEMER 31910 thehighe8tbldderupoecredita th YeantheTract No 1 A certain tract jM lad j tiverinAntioch church known M the Antheay Wells farm containing 112 acres Thia tract has good two story frMMr Mwith 6 rooms and usual oHtbtakXngs ract Na 2 Thift tract lies just rosthe road from Tract lie 1 and contains 32 acres and 35 square roods The above lands include about 40 acres of good timb ered land red lid white oak well adapted to jfhe grow of burley tobacco and are located near Antioch church about 14 iI1ilefrHa urnpike running froctTatilam ISpriogB Kirkland and close to school These tracts will be offered first separately and then M a whole the bid or Wde producirfgmost money to be accepted For the purchase price ihe psr chasers with approved security or sur t bewriajrinterestpa ld and having th force and effect of p tharedtoterms C BQSLY tW CC GooclRoa4Tj The good roads committeei at t nveting held yesterday after noon iri the headquarters of the Retail Merchants Association n the Urban building begin work on important bills protii ing for good roads arhteh 1xll are to be submitted to the irtxfc General Assembly The confer ence is the resutt of action taken at a meetlog of the Kentuckyr 1ocifart grounds her Those wl re attending the meeting likely will be engaged in drafting tin good roads bUt for two or hrE- eias Julius V Beck an who ba4 taken an activeparthi1be01c ment for good roads in Kentucky forf several years aaid that th a contelJtlo tbe Ihillsto b draft ed by the committee will not be made known until the biLls ar- ubmfted for approval at tbe Good Roads Congress to beteWl hero Dbcenbtr 8 The members of th coMatik who are in the city will ierem he Qtmott cart ia iraittiag tit bills Thoat who are worki fn them arjt Harry AIcbairap Etliibeth4on S L wktit ftfctlbyvillt Jottf 1 P BotwoctK MMWUttbaroVaad JdleJafcttP Grtfort Looit tille CoarityJwirwU riF Er I Writs C I IargI liouf la fawn pro crtiMf 7I t i k k1Sl1BSCRlPlJONI P t 19A1IMIIe t 1 l t14flntnntflnnlktIII es IEIXvi N047SPRINGFIELD 1GOAIAIIDUlllGtliillimiJ Royal k till Foniybh fI- fromRoyaL powder made T- hIg3rape CrMun I ofTartar coI Lc 1 UPq pQaS bU1 11lit G w IfietI1t 0 Efficiency Make JJ- Hothr ad 5 wiiPssqnlei r t FJaoz t1 Tbt old tIne barbwoa W et iBflictior the tea pt 1 SOOQ beaIgsttIsmMwork o iiattalUat tl dMb chair at fiddyyitft PIII7ta goingon absIy eIbSJi ready for at r la a M b tltclrocwliio JMRI Ii effect oa jai Ja a erifltt ia eostt Wtiwior wblckJI nL ii i inijpMti tbt IItttI will bt tltolrotvbtiJ h btta iaotb4s iliitgi iiillm the prMOB at TrvAMa tW- ollil pcaittatiary alArtv- wil l abe uotTirtt a toraWryr aM Iafthpniucireii dfl chair was Jtailil MJrytIs ti- Mtttd of iyaakJtr cm b hardly pr Iw U tlHU 1Jt11 will bt inflkrttdla n rTffftfit torj Tbt PrfaMM OaT i wI1Ibrsadyia a tWgia tbt traatar it pa4amss tAll pmoMtraoftr ttiU1r4ttofaf will bt tak a to l4d Utt i v aMan uadtr tUrt irUittt te L rru1dorL A ir r f r Be awJaU p ituIra wti1it cqlimi thM 1q i l 15 h k eotdatt OMI Li Cl Is a niaw aiw JIiII 1a f R rs It r i1 H JJJ BJllLbJi U tiw1ft j5L r Iff eIhsa41Imstpb MM U bTIl ID1 NO fI 31t MIto tM 1IItrlb eS- ritb a tie bis b1a4 e bac4 icke Bajdoo 1Lsrtau J r fl pT mTr r JtNtWSLAIWR- h111 SMtIHGMBLDKY 1 N Dr JlY3laYoruuiI of 4 L JEPI POUNI t f1 JHfoori a P blisb rs 1 i i czt 4 I fkTflIJR8sAY1 NOV 24 1910e EtiA IjtB political campaign is befojfciffftfad InJrfitBdUin and a ilitbeo the nsthat w014kac00plIby woaiuf lpfrge Tbsffrag ttusieb d ai t tft T al r SO i6 i rar IIJa bttIel ibai P Lqid Preaijer A i AIqEI1t4 a isuLbed by sever 1 bidre4uffrsgeUes Tfaeywere makitpreyrOvhfor him i t utilr fetaebms of Police 1 paiMjto v hImrescae 1 Soneawere ti1i a nd wiidowi broken un urkthd 10 b by t1t4re of 5Jf invj I w4ii ufr c v v w Jlldb in Gr Bribiin do the reret si tiY oJ America rant j woII sifrage t gt r ALibey 4 4 1 sV H A 14 3tlt rRv Gregory spent J K 7 JSiJiiy id Sunday wi ta her p siits I I4 Mdi Cox issezig-C tbsb tiyii jd w ih f tI izi IiaiieR y rgjf Tist htUinr rvicat Pleaaent L JIMrr l Will Kelleyii very ill at thwk L Mei cI yiioa Beed Frank Yiakey Ecf Litsey and Jonn Pin are attending the fcot Ball ge in Lexington r 1Mr Bob Smith wasj ill our ibL viioityMon1ay 1 lr r44I ls speuinz tttii iwek in Louisville i4 MfMri S P ompson B B IiMcbman Ed Birch and Will l Mritt attended the Dohoney iSi1M1 TQdI I ILrt and JlrvWIJl Thompson a rSOB EaxmohU spentf wThus t day with Mrs Alic Thompsoa J 1 ICtIgirtisaga1ii l tt hits tfcrfciiirs Eye t1 f o rij who 1acpi ahtp4cord 00 COgeCU 7B is lLt it7 i ac inj m Recently in- tKT Jii lagsrwfJered u I lbpWe with kidney ana bladder trouifcfsuMLnsed several well known IddkLnes all otwhjch gave me is iilktf Bfltfl I started taking l PoieyXidey Pilfa Before I used Folly KiJliey gals I had severe backaclw atmL pains Jn my kidneys witH wpiirJBtiipn and a cloudy voW t lug j91 arising en the morning I wong dull headaches Now I fJaaYe ialM three bottles of Foley Is JbetterJ s Vkid eyg orbadder 5nd gain feel Ipql1le y owt1 e1fJ Baydon Rob II ertsonj1 I S Rockbridge 11 it p lst ias Eva Pinkston is yiaiting 4hebother Mr Roland Pinks trithsw eek 2ohn Hungate and family Y i dlr WH Coulter Sun p i 4JoJdarl4 iHerbert Mattingly and i iI visited her mQtherSatur dayiI ndSt1ndav p MifMi Lou Bailey EIlCom r fji HatMe Colyiu and Messrs i CiljCkJlTiny Ezra 0jtnley John Turner Fred Uoly jl n and GeorgeI r tteTvisited at Jaws Kay I1aaSundy j f vSbtito tbeTwjfeof Harry TrCtQucha bjiy last Weariesd flir jfis rejoicing iJ f ameS Harlpw sold Ita W H Jitiiborn 2S acres of land on RocV w rudfQr450 Miflle Ryans is stayjng vcith llir rn4ma While she is- I s ck lGhaxli SjmssoldacowtoEddIi i otigeJoria25o e4 J poRyaus lost a valuable rcaltS4tarday morning t J aJwtLOBoblitt wire and little Aaifgrifev Nellie are visiting bet pii hfseek i ft krrs Henry Thomp it tf ao n ii1df iiTldren visited Mr k f1haonunday- LIiv HPHatchett filled hi yatRockB Jt bridge buoday J 3t Milton Gidifeanddaugb j I Qihii 1vr l d ner sister I QfLareiiceburr I tr 1rlw th wit ttc1 4 j 1 KIIlsboro vj i t 4 IjoI j I rt 1JIJr J u o Iar of HIM t 1 Annie Cutsingers misfortune inI letting burnt se seiously Mr Walter Scottwas at the ome of Henry Scott Sunday for dinner f v Those who visited at the nooie OB Jenkins Sunday were Mr and Mrs James Keeling and daughter 33thel Mr aad Mrs Fred Shields Misses Ben Hatch tt Warley Royalty Nan ie- ee1ing Grace Shields Messrs Earnest Keeling Royalty EIP- sndEverttfla1landWi1 Kays t Hunters Notice Tne undersigned notify all persons that no hunting will b- llowed ont elf lands V JH Nally o Parr tt Bros I C J HaydOD Mrs Watt OBran III IM rs WilIRir- J 5 wsb allmlghtJcnow of the be tI received from your Foley Js Kie ey Remedy says L N Regan Far er 1tJ9H1s kidneys and bladder rave him so much pain misery and annoyance he could not work Vc eep He Say Foleya Kidney Rent Idy completely ciired him Haydo RdbertsonI t S I MAIL ORDERS AND FILLED With values in stock and on Mail Order or more we charges to niles Louisvilles l Womens1 and Childrens SUITS nd Mantailored fabric For afternoon wear Everynew shade and WOMENS IAN MISSES COATS of covert novelty mix tures andbroadclothsfulllejths coat ljarstita = tailored Price i WOMENS AND MISSES ii lensrtl sailor strm and Mat O1 ilard niantai1ored Price s15oo mixturesplaidbaeksk n WOMENS AND MISSEs PULLLENGTH black broadclothsilk through out semifitted backs single and doublebreasted PncE WOMENS AND M1SSES t FULLLENGTH COATSof satin broadcloth d English cheviots corsetfittin and semifittintr backs fine silk inc Price 4250 WOMENS AND MISSES FULLLENGTH of I French satin broadcloaths sailor and large shawl collars CoatsI trimmed with velvet s or Prices range from toFiI MISSES CAPES of Silk satinv Iourf1 broadcloth in tan pearl gray rose NthPole blue ocean blue cham naQ11e andninkoPrices ranue fir5 iup tOr this FLORENTINE SILKS full 32 inches wide allsilk texture very fPersJAwOalicolor combinations excellentvalue n r vd 49c PERSIAN IL 24 inches wide soft lustrous finish beautiful combinations in navy Copenhagen Alice blue and white This is hew arrival a andk value iPe yard 75cl AND Merode VestsM diumi weight cotton high neck long sleeves ankle or knee length drawers to match reg ular sizes iL ilMerode Vests Heavy win ter weight cotton fleeced high neck long sleeves ankle knee Drawers to match sizes 3 to6 50c 78and 9 Merode Vests Silk and i a e Merode Union Suits Fine I65cextra 50c 65c 100 Union 1comb cotton medium or heavy weight low neck sleeveless ankle knee sizes 4 to 6 100r extra sizes I25 IIIIu1terode Union high neck long knee or ankle 125lLj 4to extra i IZ4Io r 125J M J iroo o oQbGo oGo o00IgooO 88I Fio For Sale ff- r 1 1 r 8 l i One of the finest farms iii Nelson county situ 0ated on the Beech Fork river 3 miles from Bards i town Fine tobacco and stock farm Contains 516 a rs of Which 100 acres is river bottom 265 8 gtimberg barns tool shed ry com rib icebuse and QI QIandphone or address 9 HAGAN B g Bardstown OSg II 88qo oo OO t i Alt persona knowing them selves indebted to the estate of J E Barmon Bankrupt will caU n the undersized or Joseph Poliu and seltle same at once as- 3t is neccessary tckclose up thC business at once r W F Grigsbyj Trustee L Iaw M i t PROMPTLY AREFULLY the best Purchases of 5 pay forwarding points within 200 f Greatest f Department Store I skirts Price TUESDAY i JI9iEVERY WEE I Misses TAILORED Coats and Dresses Everything in EveningCoats Auto Coats a regularjltihty Coats f new Dresses evening treetCoatsII street i all at 2500 COATS satined lin 2500 COATS caracul 4500 6750 EVENINGCOATS 9750 An1 u or Mefrode 00 or length Ii i MISSEWDRESSES J andIWOMENS AND MISSES DRESSES of blade and colored voilesrover silks kinion sleeves lace and embroidery trimmed fit Price ted and full skirts AND MISSES DRESSES in newfoulard and taf feta silks yokes and kimono slefeyea trimmed with lace tllai ted skirts with trimmed jfolds Price NING of WOMENSANDillSSES chiffon AND cfcpes nets and EVEII every smide of pink light chamnat1e heliocerise and Prices range from 18 50 up to CHILDRENS CQATS sizes l to 14 years of fine meltons Nor j folk and sailor styles cut length velvet and braid trimmed t Price5OQ silk velvet Price 4750 IjCOATSIj trimmed L il ilGat Values week in tlie Silk Section sLfUIl relfUlari Iimatchfsizes Faini WEPNES 1500 2500 wbMENS 3500 8j 1250 1 WHIT BROCADE 21 inches bQckgroundlarge j crTve dependable Wear and is a resr ular 160 value Spe claT per yard l at n 100 j jPilj and fine perfect jet black AnI extra eood S20 value Specially yard 125 I lMERODE For Women UNDERWEAR and Children I T MERODE1 VESTS TIGHTS longi 101gsleevesS Merode Tights Medium SlengthS iIsizes 4 to 6 OTc extra Sizes 65c 1Ulferode Tightfs Black S crotch anke S length 6 sizes 5 to i onen SOC t Merode TightBlack rib beds crotch ankL ior knee length jjsizes4to6 iOd i MERODE UNION SUITS 7Sc t3uitsrFine suitsFine priccdpcr woolcpen 5MerodO l Union SuitSMe dium weight wool mixed high I neck long sleeves ankle length Sizes 4 to 6 160 extra sizes 175 Heavy BoysUMerod fcecelined cotton Union SpitsiineCkJ long sleeves ankle front 2 to 6 drop 7 S have sl crOthh all- izcs 75c Misses Merode Union Fleeced linedcotton high long sleevearankle length SuitsII 2 to 6 have drop 7 8 have crotch from- 2to8 W i I i open sizes seat sizes and seat and open sizes a IP BLmSSALEaud RENFIHG As Executor of the will of the Jate William T Stigall de premiseslnea day December 3d 1910 at 130 Jbclock p m offer for rent his faringpf 110 acres fcr the yeart 11ItSaid farm is all good land aud has nit a small dwelling and a stock barn fitted for tobac co which Tvijl hold about five acres of tobacco On this farm there are about 25or 30 acre for corn 5 for tobacco and aoout 20 acres for oats the reraamde of the farm is In grass1 The renter i3 to redt the farm with such fencing and improyements as ale on it and in their present condition and i to make such re pairs on fencing ancPbuildings sare necessary to protect his crop at renters expense Poss essiongiy of all the premises Jan 1st 1911 except tobacco barr possession of which will begiyen as soon as tobacco crop is1 re moved from saute Seeding priviliges reserved for small grain afrd grass in the fall of 1911 At the same timeand place will also offer for sale a large quantity jfcorn rTE1She renter will be required to give note with approved personal security and due Jan 1st 1912 The purchaser of the cpijn will be required to give note witlj approved security due p months after date bearing interest from date JOSEPH POLIN Executor of the will of W T Stigall Commissioners dale Washington Circuit Court Ky D W Burns et al Plffs EquityWoodsonPoweH By Virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circujt Court rendered at the October term 1910 in the above staled cause i shall proceed to offer forsale on the premi ses in Washington county Ky on SATURDAY DECEMBER 10 1910 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of one and wo years the following describedproperty towit makingI75 acres 1 rood and 18 poles more or farmjof Mark Smock on the South the lands of Mrs Bob Wilson and on the West the lands of Mrs Martha Matherly and Mrs Lizzie Wright This property is located near East Fork of Glens Creek about 3 miles from Mackville and about 1 mile from Jenkinsville and has good two story residence barn and usual outhuildingsSPossession given on January 1911 For the purchace price the purchaser 1with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest frojcn date of sale until paid and having the force and effect ofaJudgment Bidders will be pre pared to comply promptly with these terms C BOSLEY M C4 W C r Commissioners t Sale Washington Circuit Court Ky WmConway put Vs Equity J M Barnard etc Df ta- Byr virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington circuit Court rendered at the special November term 1910 in the above styled case I shall proceed to offer for sale on the premises In Wnshitlgton county Kyu on FRIDAY DECEMBER 9 1910 at2 oclock pnor thereabout to the 1iighest bidder at public auction upon a crixlit of one and two yearS the follow irig describe properity towit Flouring Mill Grist Mill and Saw MillI two acres tmore or less at SharpsvilJe in Washing ton Gouqty Ky on which is situated a flouring mill grist mill and the first floor of large grainery the upper or second floor of said grainery belongs to Emulation Lodge No 688 F A M The above mentioned Flouring Mill is m1lingrnachmery propertyismaker SIFor the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearingleapaid and having the force and effect of preparedtoC F BOSLEY M C W CC il 4VOiLildrenf IFLETCHERSI 1 A 5SJSS 1 4 I 1= r 1- I = iNces ij Evy DepamenI1 f We must reduce our stock by January first and will offer the entirer I stock at Special prices including 7 7yti f I ThS- I Dressy Gods White Gopds SHksY rdr Wide I I tinF1ann1is9FIarine11ettes Utings It 2 I 4 IIMe s MarxIWe1wt I Perfection Suits Mens and Boysf I iii 1 OvercOatstand Raln Coats J ot II Coat Suits And J Cloaks IIWe are showing a omplete stock of Wo Coat Suits ranging in prices fr6m 4Childrenscostj jiiS Underwear H Womens and Children Underwear IIMens Suits and Separate Garments athalf prices 1Lace13off KripendorfDittaCsfi- neShoesfor Velvet Spoca1skorSaturday aridMoilday The and 28th we will Calicos 5c 7c Hoosipr 6c HogeGdttonT l2c Flannelletts 9c l I CUNNINGH M DUN ftN I I I 1 i i Si 4 1 PLARIlERS itlOOS i iiifI LEAF WAHtnUllDtSP- RINGFIELD J J f E KY uisenbp pt1J T 4 J r F1ooYIfof is respectfully 1 be Care so as realize prices frYPQr tobacco Tandy Guiseiiberry Manager i HlMcElrojf Wharton Real Estatq Agents We in our hands for sale the following described property all of which we willbeglad to show anyone that to buy property f 100 Fan containing 115 acres wall good six room dwelling tenant House and barn price 4000 101 Farm of ISO acres 5 room dwelling house 2 barns price 32 per 102 Farm of 177 acres 3 miles Mackville 103 Farm of 135 acres seven and one miles from Springfield good tenant house and two barns mostly in grass rice 70 per acre 106 Farm 45 acres goodhouse and goodl land and well fenced Price 4500 vi S 107 Farm 170 acres located 5 miles from Springfield Ky small house stock and tobacco well fenced and watered Psice 60per acre 108 Farm 170 acres one mile from Mackville wellimproved in every way lays well and in ahigh state of cultivation Price12000S109 Farm of 84 acres 6 miles from Springfield jsmaH house and good barn t40 per acret110 Farm 170 acres 2J miles from Springfield 5 room dwelling small stock and tobacco barn and Price If45 per acre jlll Farm 140 acres 3 l2jniles from Springfield nice dwelling and all lays wen qewly fenced and mostly h prass Price 5750 per acre t 213 Farm of 206 acres 712 miles Springfield 16per acre 4 1jSs Wall Paper on lace Curtains a All nickeled parts are of the very highest finish through a process known only tho House of Moore Ndne of the polished parts comes Jn fi jj5 f J = Shoes 7tt ItMcnV Fine Shoes in Flourshcon Do anuBeacon women H Carpets and Rugs Carpets in Axminister BruntMt and Ingrinat Special prices Room size Rugs in AxmiBkVM vets and jBrussells at cleaning up ptfcts 1 Y jff 26th sell at Apron Ginghams Cotton Good H I I 4 a Co II Some your business solicited and your interests will taken of to best I have wfshes located acreI frqm barn barn newly fenced barn n rom Vel fti Mcores AiivTight Heater Does the Work of Furnacet l i r Its by far the greatest heater on earth Built ofe MI Mrcfei f rent principle than others Heats PY circulation inetsd 9f huN1tairsyes s furnace It heats the air I the farthest room to the ss t z ture as the air in the flame room ag the stove o Saves Over Half Your CoaltfMoores Air Tight Heater burns bald coal or the eMpMt kWd ot t and can be run at less than half the cost of other heaterS FirptIcoa ara H tht te ythefuelTHo Dust Flue takes all thja dust arid small ashes up tho chimney thus presenting them from collectlngrlon the floor and furniture Tho Ashpan Apron keeps all ashes from falling on the floor when remov ing pavn keeps the stove like new for a whole year hours Firf erg out over night and always under Jperftcty n f L 1 54 i 4cAll parts rerariie grsi ii ttpgetli6r air Uht Nithii rfioswlcklHC lat M IMMII it Itoxpaads adCOf1tHet wttti jiso that tt rtove j IiAnd under cow CMtnl atimes fThe Handsomest and Handiest Hester Ever Mdt to p01liali enjnblesla oJJi i Stop Msst ii SUrpSti ecjet of our axd imany other ys it- J room hr ta LIto yoitMtS ets ilSrepIcs two r swIsait IMI WIIk ii Ltf Jptk gS5 cI SALEBt + r f l j FO tt ii rf Ii Iiii U CLI3AVER1T l I A r R G TL BUILTOIT NT =EXTiTED WITHOUT PAIN- ur t rc JIiepa4a- hsSNp1Jr1iKY LA11 D tftadVWerk Strictly t rktclIuI- itu riC MUDD- tU Sir t cn 4v J rsBo9 aft osf ltd 2pm Haydons Drugsto JlLamptonMD J MRec to tlttralIue r t Mc H m I eMce N38 r WFGR1GSB- ATTNEY j AT LAW a ieotia LX1LD Cy Df MW HYATT 6e irr c tea OroM lrujf 1torL octliotiri HyttlO30- to 12112 4 to 5pm qJOtNY1tAYfS J FiEbiI uiKtCTOR8 QDoICE ID EMBAlMED iI ffl TELEHQNE J QAY1GNLQHT 74 1 I I SPRBGFIELIl C l tf lUromd Schedulet l PolJewiBg iis the time scheduleS 4 Iow U effect on the Bardstowii Ml89riAi l4l brnchifroaab M4ILetve Louisville a 410 5 ii BrdsLwn Jumjtioi I p m BiirdtO1T 6 C6 pAsa rivm t Spe1d 655p wTNo 42 LMITOI Springfield 6 Qotm Bardstown 645 a in BplHUtowu Junction 730 a mjj arfvw aLL ivill 820 a m I uio 43 Leave Louisville a 7iaIDBarqstown J nctjoL o 8KS a m Bardatown 1005 a innrrlTta at SJr nltienl 1140 p m NOr 44Leave pringfie1daL- ipzi Bardstown 20p to I 384rd town Junction 4tOim arriyi at Louiavllle 045 ptn NOL Sundays only Eeavek Sjjrmffitid 715 am Bardstown I 00m Hardatown Junctiot z 145 a m arriye at LouisvilU I 335 ain v No11 Sttudjs only Leayec jouiiviUe it pQpm Bards 5 tsJunctLon 6 5pmt Barda i wBr73Q ptn arrives a i Bprintfitld 825p m j t t jt jkj the Jbe ru1ipubreakfast table Tewpoke4 morrilngit ilpf 4 JIH e l gan the stenographer wnceye cm the ceUltfg lNo at Mt Iereas9D said UtWaJLKy ciM teWcaia a sale make It tpf lUM Mtwi Ute fat boarder at 1 ottJMtb1 f tTR i0 illthe thin thalzr bit lioi t e correct answer Will1 ice give It op came ir- CBOriM Because Its a slrgle stlpker saic the thfa mantas be begun to dthlg- rkIugYonkera States1in t I l JJji first Club SanolwlcJii 1 ANew Yqrlc lawyer claims to have discovered the first club 8chdvlh whlchMa now the popular tasty of every tea rpW He found It down In ir exIcOJ ten y6ar ago He topp data small toru ocdinot be 4BCe JiChe iralii with l dining Cart f14tIlto the little eatlflg place and pMSl a dozen sandwiches half of wlcijwre to be ham and halt tongue Alter he ha4 boarded the train and opened the package ha fouotf th otJ je r carried out to the letter Every g ni flcliw hacla filling of one slice ot IUM and one slice of tongue But te1AYeator of these sandwiches was act o far out of the way A Clear Cue ILont very well see said the lawyer fffcow you can He your bus t bni for a dlvorcj rn the score of deiertibn whep gn your own account fcs been liviaff quietly at home iaHt the time You dont ehT to orted the Indlg 7 iaiouldbe jla tJtllWell ileftAm t desertion for a man to take a Uxlcscb to the club and deny that tt1 fjl td tP her just because his rlj fcwir bem arrested on the dock 1fitmwiflg 1 dont know what do rr HarperB Weekly t f I tJVIIt H i M the Widow flames at h Jtt lffc tert ftra ftrrand tk chim tit a aeest her son r ewttb erymre aadjuxuse the tit bos JffcBfttos yells did the sad tH fr wu 1I out but bo- 1fl k t ya b a matter of 4 bs ys iys dayi ani d ta bliss eT Wfti1t tl1t n p sW it WM a rvoufe at I biy jg iJ lI1Cht f big wssktbre was ys- ML io iMt tW town for five 4 Jok wW have a frog In r 71 woIt Nf 1 6 I TOWN Ko AMJiv v 1J Ft IapPCJjOT et dr Infijj hj t r I A11AutYoursC1r1iendsAcquaitas 1 rFI M FOR SALE1000 or mOr o1d brick Mrs E L DavisTon Beautiful new batpinii st the thing foVXmas gifts tfV Mrs Williams rBarred PJynlotlth Rock Bod ters for sale 75c 7MrsJ T Yaste IjMound City Paintst may cos trifle more1 butt yr Leo Hay dbnj hCOmew bat at your price Mrs Williams IThetus Wise vs Frank Keene as discharged Friday after tailing to agr e na verdict r fLOfe tween theVres1denceS of Mrs J W Kelly and v1r J F simm a Rug Muff Reward jf returned to this office v t A gfr r 1 will hayean eMUiierOf the newest things in Tcr furs rthe fatter part of next week f j v Mrs Williams t NOTICE All persons indebted o Hennessy J3aker must come in atpnce and settle elseJpabaiJ have to sue to collect thii pai- iI accounts Marshall Duncan l slsl- n Mr Buford Neikirki who 1ive- ear town had the misfortune tb lose a valuable cow last Monday ome buhters by ca reJessness or otherwise are responsi le f91jttheTos lf The FI alQpl rt has been in f during theJHiE t two d i1yikI he usual business settlements s of the County officials was transr t acted after which the Court ad i journed until December 20thj There will be a called meeting f B vll Palmer Post 215 xm ext Monday November 28 County Court day Allmembers are urgently requested to be presenti ThonMsHickey Adjut- aSTRYEDOn 10t my farm about three months agoja black heifer calf weig tine ajjout 450 pounds Owner can have same by paying pasturage and for this advertisement r IH fcihewma errd 3 i c Dr John B Robardba sola bistoffice and reideicLoDr- P 0 Meredith of Burgin Dr Meredith will move here in a short lime Dr JMferedith isan- t j JTk excellent physician nd has en joyed a large practice In Burgin Kentucky Republican Circuit ourt adjoucned Fri day after consuming the three three iveeks of the reguJar ttern and an exrenion of five days EEpwever conuiderHig the arnpuni 9rwork dond 6he legal status inmost cases remunsas1 before as there were quite a ndmber ofhuuguriesdur1ng the term Mr William G Roberts James Shultz and Bryant MuleJ bad their buggy overturned Sqn diy nightnear St Rose bridge by another buggy colliding withi them audMi Roberts who was driving received several snyert cuts and bruise about the far f which required several stitches to close however he was not kept in haying resumed his work next day jT While engaged iui a foot aJ 1 Hntitwelve yearSoldreceiVedsavere juries and had to be taken ito Elizabeth Hospital whereat was found he had suffered siere in ternal injuries which resulted Iin liis death Tuesday morning the boy wasason of George Hill andlits mother died suddentof heart trouble thr eWee s IIY T J While returning from school L Tuesday Ms3rs1it and Mac Leacbman had a narrow esca frOmset1ousifljur They itia 4MTO PIjttTI l 6Tee4t ex tractedYJwith o tBAlNpr- No t- D wm charges when jfJtieB are waiiti S i ALb wo K r Done in this Office if lltSt class in every respejcf a1ljqst as ad iSverbsedI IttY ySTAtLfiRDDDSi Springfield Ky MMC reached a point bear tbe Beech bridge op the WilHfurg pike wh jn thoir horse becjime frjgh tened at some colts unl1ingfna field and becam unthanaabe The buiggy was overturned and the boys ttrowqout Mitres caped nriliurA ULMac smoutbc was painfuUy mashed Dr Hopper wlScaUed but found thAti the boy hadreceived apalnJ fill1btifrnt a serious hurt and he Is inaprpymg r pidjV l County Court Dinner oThIchurch will serve dinner next f ModaGouqty Court May at i lthl Barber building oh Main Stre etaid donations will betthankfuly received Springfield Wins A foot ball game was played here Saturday between J-tie Springfield High School teamii and the Lebanon HighSchool team Springfield winning by a score of 22 to 0 a The game was played in quarters i ot 1euTminueseach Spring fieldl out playl ing the visitors at eeff point of the game The main features of the game weret as toJLiebinon the playing of McChord and Patterson As to Springfield the features were the praying of very member of the tan n i Woodmen of the WorldoMrIS N Ihgant who ne J week ago came liere for the pur t pose of organizing a Camp of the Woodmen of the World las been having splendid success as he will iin a few I d3s proceed i OOI organize acamp here Hvith 50 charter members The t Wood i man of the World is a Pralerrtal Insurance Society of v twenty ytjars standing and the best of its kind in the United States It has been making rapiJ ad va cedulnKtne past year hav ing on the 23d of October lastI limciated a class of 7feOO in Louis ville Ky i Pit6Ivs Automobile Jy hileDr W V Stallartf t ac compariieid by Messrs Otho Batchett and Ever ttKeelint were out taking a pleasure spin in the doctors auto fs1sunday in the neighborhood1 WillisI tburg an interesting contest took place between Dr Stallard and hiS autoagainstMrJ Hays and his pistol The full particulars of the case we have not as yet been able to learn more than tile fact that the autoists intheir ourse endouutered the buggy driven by Mr Hayes accompanied by lady and Mr Hays took a shotat tri eDoctor Fortunate ly however nobody was hurt A Good Show TheY PVMaiin Company prjesented uAs told in the Hills at the Opera Uoase 6n last Saturday night r to a well filled house 11and iit can be truthfully paid that It is decidedly the best show that bus been seen in Spring field for long ti ne From the time tne curtain rose until the end ofthe play there was some thing djoing all the timeand he attention of the audience was good tnroughbut The play is one of frontier life Jn which love and adventure ire pleasingly cocaibinef Wiuh the cqmpanv were two full blooded Indians from the Rosa Bud reservation and it depicts in a truthful and interesting style the characteris Ldtics of the Red Man I tMrs Mattingiy Burnedi Thursdayttbe 1mmflitLteIl residence which waj reported on fire However ssveral med rusbed intoine smoke filled r omm which were Mrs Mat tingly and Mrs Thompson mottler and grandmother respectively of Mrs feimras Mrs MattinglyJ8 clothing were afire and the bed in the room was also afire It seems that Mrs Mattinglys clothing caxigbi firs while she was standing before aniopen grate and not discover lug itshe had lain down arid thus set fire to the bed She was qflite painfully burned but is now on the road to recov rYlIt Weddings at Frederickstown i IRevI been quite busy this week tying nuptial knot j On Monday he united Mr Henry Juryand Miss Minnie Reynolds OnTuesday he married three couples Tljp first being Mr Cletus Walker to Miss Julia Spalding The groom is aWa of Mr Jeff Walker and an indusx trious farmer while ftie bride who is a daughter of Mr Robert j t Spalding is8 beautiful youngii lady with a host of friends The second wethuinkwas that f Mr Colie Nally a son of Mr Nally arid Miss Stella Wm field a dugbterofMroseman- Mr Nally isva hustling parpenter anqa worthy young map while the bride is a popular and attractive young lady and asociall j favorite The Bother wedding was that oPI Mr Joseph Kid well to Miss Praxifi Newton Mr Kidwell r is a son of Mr Tom Kid well a dI he bride is a daughter of Mr is1popularjt is an accomplished yOung lady All have the good wishes of many friends with whom the NewsLeader joins in wishing I much happiness Craven Edelen Il Mr Polm Edelen Jr a MissiMary Craven wpre dI in marriage at St Augustines Lebanon Tuesday afternoon at 4 IOCK Rev J A Hoar Iy perI Towning the cqremonv The att tendants were Messrs Tom pUiatr eau and Benedict Clemj ents The bride is a daughter of Mr Pres Craven of Lebanon and a beautiiul and accomplished young lady while the groom who iit is a son of Mr and Mrs G E t Edelen iis an industrious young farmer and is quite popular the youngerset of the withI After the ceremony tije bridal party drove to this place where they were entertained ttthe home of thegrpoms parents ii InmanGodby Mr Pitch Goy and Miss J Eva Inman were married here yesterday afternoon by Rev W H WiI IiamsI The parties a reI among the most popular of the young people of the Mackville neighborhood Mj Godbybeing a j son of the late1 Rev Godby and a prominent farmer while his bride who is a daughter ofi Mrj S Inman is a beautiful young lady Thny were accom t panied by Mr uri rlandjlD d- Miss Sutton bottofaokvlllejN- oeLogsdon l f Mr Ray Logsd iiand Missi IIriII i R2v R E C Lawspn The bride is a popular young llady of the Bradfordsville neighborhood andthe groom is a sc n of the late John Logsdon and a prominent farinei of the county POSTED All persons are hereby notified to take warning that I will prosecute any and all persons found hunting on my premises Buford Selkirk W ANTEbrr Everyone i Springfield and vicinity to read the opentngchapter 1of the new eritl bY obr w Chambers- in thA Novejmbipr number cf Cos mopolitofl J agaZine r tls tpe greatest novel of the year and is illuStcatfed by Charles Dana Gibson r r Taxi Must II I Paidd By December 1st After that time the j- J Penalty will be added to all unpaid ta- xy9id ff Save Money S J Anderron Sheriff ERSU4 tMoridaYt ville Ky Mr and Mis Earnest Thomp son of Bardstown spent Sunday here rs Mart agsdaiehas re turned from a visit to friends in Fairfield Ky Mrs G C Wharton and Miss Susie Penn entartiined at Euchre Tuesday evening Mrs George Fetter of Cm cinnati Ohio is visiting relatives here r rofr home of B D Lake Mrs W PKeliy acd little1 daukhterare visiting in LOWs viile jSJisis Lorena Price spent Sun dajr with her parents here Mr Ben F Simms was in ofl L ji IrsI Wedntsday in Louisville I is th IMiss i li I of IMrvisiing his parents Mr Mrs Chas W JobnsonofQhicago G Mudd at this plaXh1iII is F IMi I 1ter1 L McClelland Mrs Gf Robertson Jr en tdrtained at eu6ure Monday Miss Mary McClelland of Lebanon is here this week the guesiof her sister Miss Minnie McCftl1lrw Mr and Mrs IJeiTernan Rubel of Lebanon are spending At Thanksgiving with her mother Mrs Sallie bimuis MrsT Hood Cunningham has returned to Louisville Loa OvMasst Wedneduy Lebanon U Mr Alphonso Wheatley liasre turned from Colorado with the Due ntntionof imaking entuckyD DnisMr Wallace Duncan and Mrs A L Jenkins were called here Due on account of tne illness1 of their aunt MisSjAnhie urattaN Miss Mary Tong ancrMrs G C Carpenter i erin Louisville La tqday Mr Howard Anderson of Danville is visiting at thy home ofMrii HM ONan KVS WvillaSi CaMayesJr4SuMisses Lizzie Wafers and En U nice ONao were in LjuisvijTe i yesterday Due Mr and Mrs P j Thomaff Due are in Louisville buying Christ rmasMrs Geo Brent ofii Lebanon was here Sunday Mr Andrew Cunningham was in Louisville Tuesday IIMiss Mry Wimsattaind brother Irvine Jrare vis titjg their grandmother Mrs Janie Will ttth Miss Mabel VVilliams entertain ed at a party Friday night leMr J C Shader and Mrs this Jodie fcjpalding were at St CcMMiss Annie Muratta who hap ben dangerously HI issomewhat Improved Mr Baumibaum of lndana iis visiting friends hero Mr and Mrs Earl Stiyder of Lawrenceburg are visiting her v mother Mrs E B Clarkson f Mrs T W Simms Sr and Mrs 1B Blan tbrd are visit Ingat Mr R P Blandfords Miss Nellie Thompson of Cal ifornia is vi9itingMr and Mrs R C Canary I Mr i R GlajJbrook Sr1iiis vary ill rLthshopiO ueu Texa and is tot expected to live TheDfxte Vaudeville Company Is giving a weeks engagement this week at the Opera House They are having good crowds fnd their entertainmentsi are enT jjoy able throughout It isftm all thetime AL I jH = 1IF Q i rSPECLIMANIIICEMEN I l i I are being offered h r olit IILadies Suits and CloaksIJ z I Mcni Suits aiidttvercoat I i it t Mens Ladies and Childrens Hosiery Gloves Knit Scarfsf and Shawls FascinatorsAuto 4eils and Scarfs t r Jnst received beautiful assort ment of linen pieces towels table inens and napkinst handkerchiefs hand bags hat pirisandVt1 Xmas Novelties1 f r a No Trouble to Show Goods Hifre w The Robertsont GtaybrotikeCoI INCORPORATED lEPORfOF THE CONDITION OFTHE First National Bank OF SPRINGFIELD Springfield in the State of Ken tucky at the close or business November 10 No 1767 RESOURCES S s and Discounts 31428004 erdrafts secured and un secured 1078366 S Bonds to secure crcu Btnkin house furniture 5000000 Iand fixtures 400000 from National Banks not reserve agents 38687 ue from State and Private Banks and Bankers Trust Companies and Savings Banks 109698 from approved Reserve l Agents 722757 Checks and other cash items 33515 otes of other National Banks Pl02O00 Fractional Paper Currency Nickels and cents 4595 w uWJpney Reserve in Bank viz Specie 1077760 IIReOemptionTreasurer 5 per cent of circplation 250000 Total 0 41110182 LIABILITIES pital Stock paid in 5000000 fund 4000000rplus + d vided Profits less ex penses and taxes paid 699475 National Bank Notes out l standing 5o0000o tootherNational Banks 125705 to State and Private Banks and Bankers 294006 Individual dfPOsits subject t to check 15744873 Time certificates of deposit 6686123 Notes and Bills rediscounted 1610000 Bills payable including cer tiflcates of deposit for Lmoney borrowed 2000000 Total r110ST- ATS or KESTOCKT ICODSTT or JNOtON SSI r I A C McElroy Cashier of the abovenamed bank do solemnly wear at the ab6ve statement is true to the best of rnyicpowledge and be1ief A C MCELROY Cashier Subscribed lad sworn to before me 17th day of November 1910 CHAS M McCHORD Notary Public rrect Attest W D CLAYBROOKE R M GRUNDY JOHN W LEWIS Directors 1 In the ClHIy Night Whatt is It I1it drug1st sleepily luquroil fnmi Ills bedroom window This tli driig store ulut ItT asked the mun who 1ind ruiis the night bell Yes What div you wnnty Want to Took In your city directory minute an phce where 1JlvePbU delphia Ledger j Expandina The Old INdeod understand that your practice is getting bigger Th Young Doctor bnts true My pttleh has ppnett ncarfy two pounds Intbl lust tfaootbj Wanted Help Wife crying in n troubled dreamt Help nelpj Hub Poor deatl Yoc ryJug nbotit M nip sepnnt problem evet In her Iih epRost Transcript The secret of success Iis contttBcy t 11 rposeBeaC0fl8flq 1d 4 NoNe4 ForAlcfl- Slie asked mo wbic Fthought of yOUr ludeedir 4 i tea But dOat get1rlgtteMd dizq ttell hcrI1j picotis i copyiyi 3STROUSE 6 R0S LTIO iWHiI JI1 WOOL j o we man aliwoQi ftiitWOQl n tonl wool TighArtQlptimm re not cotton mixed or cottb lfixedCalt sbetp eyes or J anVother kind ofeyeat them and you cant detectathreadlorShrdOfQttOfl jPure wool isthe fountlation of a fodsuitor overcoat HigrArt tail jtisth superstructtire Our lKJdaia 4 prices are thero4 thought downpn the parlortioor When you buy jiigkArt CIths youre in a safe deposit vaUlt ofitateg ilinings 0 honor fIdh A SuCIIS 31 rot HIkArtQCUItSI PSj I We a tO show a bg use Qt MJand Oveic abi 750 to Special vIoIQ I d 2OOt 3 J J t 1750 urley Tobacco air7aii Given by the Washinitoi Co TibaccWar itt I At SPRINGFIELD t KY t DATE TNOUNOEDJiATER 1st 2nd tBright Leaf 00500 425O Red Leafi 7 QO 500 2i50 Lugs 750 500 IIBest Frash 250 250 6 good mcdjim bands iied thgOther composea aaye samples and come and lets talk tobacco If you iHtosd to write us at once No entrance fee Everybody inVited to v no charges what verOur warehouse located m tkers d tis owned bythe farmer and run for the farmer Less expensive te ti sell with us and better than hogshead markets and selling atJune L I Bring your tobacco to the 11401d House and get highest pricefer IPlenty of stable and shed room FREE ROBT T BOHANNON GEN MANAGER AND AUCTIONEER IdL iI2ii i- r u Ifr t i YOU CAN HAVt jJ I UollsPies Xreiitt I Light J IIWarm J and Rye BreacT 1 every rporning at 11 o kI6yte e 4l IIphoningorcallingatt BrosIvyfv I 1 0 Phone 69 r 1JIIr IT To I Try One of our Grape j icff i l if S The People ofIJ Jfr Jl ilitr 1 IIWaS111flgtOfli f i t tt L i l j Z 1 1 te l I IIWe are and havehtri foCVtbipMt3Ithy receiving the Jafg it stock of FURNITURE t jhbwn here Pmg ncauraf d by Ut PMi IInea we have gone fee Kmit awl itt f t javiiilablc space with uptockf FraMJtJr awi wsl S prepred by buying m advM to oft JlL I on good value for tbeAf OS ffW I f Iare earfltso1icit r in imphpclMtf Mfil jfcbtkijM I tyWutt ow itmiawj W jpriiipiI r l 1A JtI I LACHM4 JI r krf 0 f tI tt L 11- ii J i Y i t v r w rwT TI TTI w flUCftll l 1ItmhI1 TNfr bt f At ij5 7 f iifjr u tAO IYawtV A Nuni P i WSM urMte rP1ir Yh31 S Wi unds IsM TMfty wk Will Y1MnwkPwPOrCr 4I e TIt hI 1 ROdeCS IttrettaIr I es as is see reacliag a ew p FafisisaJe Mt 8OI4 or hawked 7as4T U M k t aad imsrlea Jt1f xtry rtait t svpts Ipist ptoe Mi PSIiS p1tU lMt tMiem IO b M tilt s4ntt Tonally 1 hat tbsssYis b t 4wII4athet arlII tht aswsetf stsMfsr tte hitch b A iNsa iW radi mat MMr w7lMye W i Ni acMo 000w wits rttu t aM SiatOlW wi thy or MM families will co bb vbcdb4r MM paper which is hesi Ma4 V te tri The slfrrte Itantn a hto ere Ntaternck ay sU stii tli eM MMar bIhws two oc thrtt kSCl M KIt aflr 1m this wty Jr tscaHy oily ispfeMd et the howe who gathers iCor liiWtW le DHQOUM8tlte 4 c JMTMHMI sk ceiass ayt keepa itIfIMbeaL Theta2b i family th cey wlthoat I are Mriy McichH by the kao34d tt yr u4 it 17 from the Hfs e fattrfamil I X Uj Mpmiii tIet i r1ri a e l t I pibjUlh f 1pmtfaaswu Toibc1bt tJiFc pspr sCOMJdertdI t 3 at tiiimU sctnTafaBct and TO a i jjfrUTf jjihacriftisa tor ose family Atf97Iib resCee hoeses the 11 =Dtekt fit the A rteaB M t aIwa wa- aMPUIOL viryny mea do all tJjfe e eHac there and so save theySPeea kr t deat coat lotir shops and sometime what they callcfete of Bswspapfra amd there yoat Ir Jstx rs C a paper aad take It I with yo for certam leagth atIeqJJtt moey i 1eeed4e11 Jat of eljl farbe1ontt1it at1- isesCl eknow aW abtSJ a 3Mlghbon far dMa r lad at theL ffM uiM wants tq keep HP hk MBwk4g ef the laagoages learned at sitissU Fsr these purpoees reading formed either among ijlni living In the same or perhaps all the offl cen a certala regtmeBt will com i Ie a committee will be selec i from among tH mmewklck- ieil devolve thj tasicet selecting mitt ase weekly JMaers or moathly maga i ivZ iMs fOc1l Germaa andSDftclit vPTfti i late thee among Ike seaiS of the soctefy These books aiipjaercr lire seat round IniJI8rit r e OJ twice a weekMmay MT e beem agreed upon ff these Jelmlmg such a society ranj Iall the beat English American I GcM am4 Dvtch periodicals at af gbVtyea doni aLways get the mftpafsMMa sees as they come outbXais k carefHlly regulated eccordlng Ie Jtkft s it of your coatrlbutlon and 4 miy peopWread their Ckitmits stotriM JaJe LUll It keeup nn Inlvhi world and lw at largfe helps 4eq rermaaI lmllLlrthnt has E he learaed ta youth J Jf th heai ef the house gets most ffvthe daily papers Ifla pith the pIIrted cate othatthe lMBeheia have their inning They ca3M then wbife father u at hU 4 h reavM atlt office Sumejflmeif an enterprising bookseller starts urn or wore circulating purtftillus In his ghborhood aad this Is managed on uie ae lines utile private rending vocietif AftMtevd of the year the old peru Indicate Bad kooks that have been theI rvHBd ef all the subscribers are sold a 1t7auctSOD aaouji the member of thi If j laeecIatIol IteopIP vlsItJnK Holland are ntt nIe wprifMi tafind low welt nearly cy 17 OBI Ia the country Ipaktlj frlIgn iaBgaagett l nd bow inneli ht knuNsI 3jef the literature of other laud I- f3e take jjhe above facts Into consider r atkm It will no longer seem SOl UMton l biBW 4L Klehl In Cblcaiec wp IJr L 4 f 5Th JUtht FIaverrreii kadtwluuged to an old sea lfJtaBtdL aad their new owner wn ant c Z tJJ KMr Tta All I i wgsii1kkItm t Weak ad usalthrare re- issb4eZoreclisjckneasazaufferIn tlHrefcxe if kidne tremble permitted to continue serious reP prfcan may at ttntion bat your k4 ACTS most because they do at and sbo ld have atteatkm SrsC Therefore or oat of order is auiowqim eiclyyonxen J JhI fIII w every orgu I y utck P51 badly befil- fr tt iaS e11msTkIdMy remedy br- 5flk Ms p7o9t A trial wiUcon aadt- The miki rcdr Is aooa rsliaed ani rr SSS We NIIOdaL proejcrties nave bees r =lit n7oaeer DWSoW by1mngjts ftret sutonsdo I 1M4y may oq bare bfres1a1oa a samak bottle 10 t OII likelytneed u vkea t citheI tJtnOKditreeI I jl w 1S 1troublj dUag to Th lilmar Co y Dostaske a w bet the asm wsf0 ImSLS t t a dsslsr sell y j5yS1win ImtiL aII am 10 jtwra till IZ111JIb rotroa ifl WTtw street despite alfr effort with vo1ceaadoxgssSThe ew captain apeaed oe the sce Him agrea4 a4 yeT he ealted rIM tlthe goad jrakei the old beat eteerdrs 017 aura alir The huge h iks slowly backed at the familiar call Lar lMant aUr Tile beasts swayed skJe ways turned to the right and tbe thtag was dofieTSacceag Magazine Saccees Is mot IB sfl endeavor to do a greatttbipghnt IB repeatesVeadelaV era te ie greater things Henry op r X J WiiiansWorld Mrs Kate WlllUmwn aIWemaii Out Fif Cnrus I KBL XLT2 WiLLXXSOtt Kate WUliamsoo for congress Tnt r the battlecry of the women ef ColoradobSince H became known that Colorado becamse of Its Increase population Is entitled to another representative In the national hous the women of that state have declared that one of thejir amber snail he the new member The movement was launched In Den e and the women did not have tar took for a candidate Colorado Is one of the few states that place men and women upon an egnallty In the matter of yptlng Equal suffrage accordugt o the women Is doing estate a vast amouatot god Incidentally It Is ringing into prominence several wom n some of whom are now holding ective offices Colorado rolls ap a large womans vote and the women are keenly alive to their opportunities o whent became a matter of certain I that ffie state would soon be per jnltted to Increase its congressional theCaplcided to make a united efforj to capture the office for one of their own sex And the choice has fallen on Katherine Williamson Mrs Williamson Is a woman of strong personallt trrr Her age Iswell ebe looks td be nbotit thirtyseven certainly not moie than forty years he Is of medium height possesses a strildHgr figare and pfeaslng features aad ier eyes play a strong aficpmpanl ment to her Expressed thoughts She 1omentandhUfriends as well as keeping the old She has decided opinions of her own and earlessly expresses them At the same she never permits herself to show ugar because others cannot share her eliefs Perhaps that Is one of the reasons she has come ito such promi Blilee among the men and women of he state and placed her among the leaders In the womens clubs and cans d politicians to seek her counsel on more than one occasionfAt a public dJscusslpn a short time go Mrs Williamson was asked by ne of the mile speakers why women persisted In trying to secure universal equal suffrage UJn lOur Own case Mrs William prcsencecertalnlTCracee yon would look far more charming at home with your children around you and bending your taints toward those things that make for ttie ideal home Mrs Williamsons answer has be famousjsaid Your remarks are like those of most men when they dIs- cUss a subject of which they know little or nothing As you suggest I will consider my own case In the first place I do not possess the home In the s IVecondyou mention and in tbe third place- I am a widow and It would be decid edly Improper to follow out further y suggestions Mrs Williamson has lived In Cola ad only a few years Ber husband died about eight years ago and a short after she went to Denverwhere she has since resldrd She holds the office of state factory Inspector and it Mi Viof that office are beluj const lenllously aad most successfully carried out Her record In that office her charming personality her skfll iw a detntterallS will aid her In the eni paign which she and b4er friends willI wage to win tot her the first womans seat in the national house of repre sentatives No Mere Drums 4In the battle of Waterloo tbe English forces bad over ninety drummer boys killed and tbe French lost nearly 200 From that date on the armies of the world began to dispense with drum mere In war and now no army has hem Bugles are used instead of Jrums and most buglers are at least wenty years old A Wise Conclusion Homes the nicest after all ayToqu the train a night and dayaMany funny things saw oBt2tHome the nicest after all Once the shepherd dog and thII ll llPIOh bow very lost we got 8004ff VIT4IL rp horn looked Mrght71 1ts iie sfitaftw ll fwlM I Qe t Jotacrwat mnij4pj wCti sSl r He cL4Vm VwaN1tayJaertata 1PILjV JMMMs Tub bwu ptaerr after aul g reutll Cemtsto MYFELLOWTRAMPDtirig curs grst visit to Paris I was wilk lag throvgh EtJroper bad tramped through Switzerland and climbed the Alps and was now about to descend Intending to make my way to Paris toe present at the great reception Pausing to take a last view from a great heIght l sat dWpvn on the ground and felt to dreamier I was recalled to myself by a soft voice behind ine asking In French Can yoU tell me sir how far It is to VMofltbaJV I looked up expecftng to see a we maO Instead the person who had adi dressed iuewas a youngfelloWUppar entiy about twenty though there wiis otaslga of huh on blsjfoce and he might have been younger or older IMontbard There Is Montbard rectly north of us You cant distinguish the place for It Is tiventyilve miles from us In a direct line 4So fj7 with an expression of dbV appointment I am going that way Rent while and I will go with you The young man sat down beside me and we chatted for half an hour He was one of the most attractive persons jtookest one who has become blase and finds most ther people so such a on Is very refreshing Besides he was very Intelligent and displayed consid erable learning One thing about him amused me He was very llloglcaL Everything was felt nothing was tea soned At least his reasons were al ways ab SUrd1iOr Instance be ex pressed afinu belief in the divine right of kings because this right was necessary as a basis for their author ItyVWe started down the declivity but had not gone Tar before we were overtaken by a aillgence and my young trompbttseemed duJI and uninteresting v The next evening I reached Mont ard where I found railway trdnspor tatlon to Paris but was obliged to walt several hours before getting a train Going Into a cttf to get something to eat I seated myself at a ta ble and was looking over the menu when a familiar voice asked What will monsieur have The last tithe I had heard that voice was when my tramping companion bade me adieu before boarding the diligence Look ing up I saw a waitress standing beV nsl1111chIlkewa looking down upon me with no sign of recognition and for the mo ment I considered the likeness a mere coincidence I gave her an order for supper but before leaving the cafe made up my mind that wnsnotmlsItaken the waitress was my companion of the day before A week later while In Paris where lVbad many friends 1 attended Ilreception at the bouse of a prominent t American banker who then lived near the Bols do Boulogne The czait hud arrived and all Parts was talking about him As I entered the drawing room I heard a lady whose back was toward me say ln tones that were fa miliarVWithout nuthority from heaven he would have no more right to rule than yon or IVMoving to a position where I could catch a view of her face I saw my tramping companion tbe waitress of kMontbard Who Is that lady I asked of my host as soon as I could find him The Countess Nlchalowsk- yAPplahderr Vtyest Please present me The countess received me graciously but without the slightest sign of recog nition I was fully aware that any reference to our former acquaintance would not meet with favor and If per sisted in would be resented I there ore refrained from mentioning cither of pur meetings but led the conversation Into the same channels as when we were resting on the Alps Every topic she handled differently from her treatment of Jt at that time but with even greatei brilliancy When I beg tged for permission to call upon bg she said I am very sorry but I leave Paris tomorrow at dawnV1 returned to America by steamer from Cherbourg I am troubled with enslckness and kept my noom till the roynjje war hnlf finished Thou onw day the weather being delightful nnd the flea smooth 1 took toy steiiiuet hair and my rug to the ilwkl had scarcely emerged from the nmpniilun wily when iras starlh d nt setInji teated before me ray tramping friend LVfiip CounterJB Nichnlon ky hud nl enita rIght to recognize the last tamed personage and PxclalmAl Why comtessVIMy w nlH were miSt by u colJ stare You art mistaken sir she mill lu tolerable English You midrib M me 1lonrii lotte of Sfluthninlltoll tologzpl mid passed on Tht 1ly dM not come on divk ngnln during the voyage but when wi were docketl Hook a position there I could see her tVtSwent on to tile dock walked buck anil forth vjltb her eyes well opfen then niatfe ir slpn whereupon the intRtrens foHuwed Curiosity led me to Piukertons to mke Inquiries THey told uie that rbc1y had been advised of the coming of htp Countess NIclmlowskyl a Polish nIhilist lint too hUe A plot had been discovered to nssasslnhte the czar co his way to Paris but had failed Tio countoss was implicated Sawse SawgeVHere Is the old King Hlohattl way of making sausage Pyggs In sawse sawge or pigs with sage s scaldIeI In water and salt tnke themlaodlet t pnrSelvaisleySI and yolkes of ayren eggS harde ysode lioiledjVtempel It with vinegar somewhat thick and lay the pvggs In vessel and sewe onoward the sauce TAkepyggsnumbersPress Vi VA Hard Ono Father J Well what ft itVVon says bereA man k knqwri by the company be keeps5V that so atherVYes yes yes Well father If a good man beops ompany with a bad man k tbe good afi bad because be keeps company With the bad man Aad Is the bad man JeJ The Famous ROGives the Best Likt it AMy Price VrSWhenprice for I lamp you ace paylnc for extra decorations that cannot add to the quiHtjf betterlighthas the least effect on the human eye and- the Rayo Lamp is the best oillamp made though low in price You can payS 10 althoughyou mellowdiffusedpriced Rayo Has a strong durable shadeholder This sea ppearRCLVVMadef polished OUDtaltnIsmpIHcuna CompanyOaqerperatet j For the Children JAYoung Cowboy In Full a0plyV The young cowpny IIitht picture was one of many wuo helped tp welcome Colonel Roosevelt on his recent visit to Cheyenne There were rown cowboys from all parts of tbe cattle country and they gave tbe form r president a great time There were roping of steers and riding wild horses and all the amusements common at such meetings There was quite a company of little cowboys presenti and truejcowboyabove ihey were fully equipped with ionjbrero crop rope and piol and they made a brxresbowV Stag Tag pVFor this merry romp two shoiTdowel rods or stocks are decomte with njiooshooa of sbreWed tissue pq per The player who becomes It takes one wand In each hand and thus armed sallies forth to capture other players This Is done by tagging them lightly with one or tbe other of the ti4beens i e person tagging him and tokes one Of the sboosltoos In tbe unoccuplltl Limil A third person tagged lIy eittik t tfiese two joins bnnds In the 5flflVc uutliinLjrpvnd the room in pursuit of one nlmIVIblejfiayjr bent on giving his pursuers mierry dance for itVi 1 Vbread and Butter Select a small article as n thimble that can be Venally hidden All players except one close heir eyes and hide their faces In their hands The person holding he article then bides it In some convenient spot lathe room After It Is secreted tiecalls Bread jtospperend the sMirrb begins A clew Is glvjen by announcing that the supper jis worm rold or hot according to the proximity of the searcher 10 the spott where tbe article Is hidden Once found the person who ban been sue cessful In tbe search is allowed to bidi It again and so the game continues Character aamItOne of the company leaves the room A name Hvblcb contains as many let tent astbere are persons in tbe room is chosen and to each Jne a letter of the nuinefis assigned Each person Is then exncctetl tbchoose a character whoso un me begins with that letter InIthe oNir of the letters of course Theone olitsldje Is called In and told where the name begins nod ends Hs may be allowed either a certaiifldme or a certain number of questions to find out each letter pnd In this man ner spell out tbe name All oh One Side 1nm told your bride is very pret ty said Miss Peppery tYes Indeed replied Mr Con Sect Several of the guests the ceremony were pleased to call it a wedding of beauty and brains Wen well She must be n remark able woman Thats au unusual com hfnntirtn in one person Peter and the Dogs There is n monkey In the Philadel phia zoo and his name is Peter Petei got out of the 200010 day and as he isi a valuable monkey all the keepers that could b sarcd started on the chase Peter was qu trfcn the fai1tseemed He ran acrbs4 the bridge that lleads to an island Invtbe Scliaylkltl r1vcr and he bid in the ishrubbery rbe keepers could not flnl him uutll they got some dogs and put themVolt tOe scent Then Peter decided that chose giof the keepers and rode back to tbe zoo with his arms around the Spans HINTS FOR THE BUSY HOUSEWIFE s Cupboard For Use- IHanging In the CellarI jj A useful device known as the bang lag cellar cupboard Can be made from an ordinary store box a pair of hinge and two small pieces of fly screen the entire cost not exceeding cents Two sides of the box are covered with netting oue side being In the form of a door SomVof the boards retho from the box are used to form the frame of the door while the remainder will form the shelf and supports When completed the outfit Is pended to the Joists oto convenient place In the cellar This Is an improvement over the old form ofyhanging shelves and may be used for the storage of ooked meats and foods It has certain ndvanta even where nn icebox is maintained Where any meat or vegetable has been cooked and it Is desirable to let standee cool Jt may bo safely placed In tbeiianginj cupboard In the cellar without fear 01 molestation by vermin and at yn e all steam and odors tbeime opportunity to es calle r Groen Tomato Mincemeat Chop up four quarts green tomatoes drain ofT tin juice cover with cold water am mild thirty mlnn e8Dmln well then add two pounds browu sug ir oue WMimf seeded nilslna out half pound nuuIhHlonrti e or lemon peel onilinlf fjound chopped suet one half vupful aihtrV vlueKar one table spoonful Hail sWnll together and cook till thick VtlSlnadd one tea spothifiiiV viimnuiobi one teaspoonfc ground cloves one teaspoonful nut meg1 Keep In stone jar When mak lug the lfter filling Zwlth the uilnce spread one thinly Hiked apple OcrtHihlllllbeforei putting on top rrr These pies taste very mud nicer when eateu worm Cured Pam Itake pleasame ureiu- VwritiIlgto yOUthatinmyused oPceweekcured I recommend your Liniment very highIyMsJS MCGRAw 12 16 Mandeyille Sti New Orleans La Cured Quiniy Sore ThroatI MR HZNRYL CAuqt of 1242 Wilson St Wilmington Del writes I bought a bot tle of Sloan 3 Liniment for the quinsy sore throat and it cured me I shall always keep a bottle in the hi- useSLOAWS LINIMENT gives instantrelief from rheu mausmi lumb- agosciatia neu Vra1gicrpup sore throat ton silitis hoarse ness and chest pains pfN2kOLlNSteens 0herslItVIresJr larl f jaa lestsK KIN TSA 1 Neuralgia r PElf POftIMtTS 1 OFflTEPOPiEVVVI j tVM lewii NominM For- VGstaoI r of New Jtrsty I Vivian M Lewis Republican can 11 date tor governor o i New Jersey Is the present commlsefoBer of baaklag and Insurance for the state Beg a nlrig his career as a newspaper num I his native town Paterson Mr Lewis scott attracted attention In his profes sion asT correspondent of several New york dallies Tfich bejbegam the stady pf law and finally entered politics la 1806 be west to the stalta aieeaWy aij4- was twice reelected paring iIIlUt term he served as floor leader for the BepabHcsji majority After his legislative experience Mr Lewis devoted his time to the practice of law and was fpf several years coaa sel for the state board of health In 1904 be jjas elttcity counsel for Paterson reeiggVto become Jclerk JJn chancery He ceatlaued to serve In the chancery once until he was appointed head of the state department of banking and Insurance Be Is a 5It years old Be Is the youngesttbankJ tug commissioner the state has eve had just ae was the youagest chancery clerk that ever held that Important race New Head effhs Grand Army Colonel John K Oilman of Biortoa dtlt new commander la chief or the Grand Army of the Republic began his ta soldier when He ran away from home antt enlisted in the famous Fighting Twelfth of Miss ehnsetts The areS catoael of hk r ment was Fletcher Webster son of Daniel Webster who fell at lheHe ond battle of Bull Rui IDurlaJ his entire civil war ezperj ence Commander In Chief Oilman served successively under Generals ItPope MeClellan RurBsIde Hooker and Meade The bloodiest enK jjeaent t of bis regiment tviis at AntietaBa where 80 per cent yf the mek were I L s lOJDrKnILrUr eItberk1lted outright V were ortall wounded He was at the mat darts most of the heavy flgbtlag at Gettyar burg and left the battle llae qnly wbe his right ann was torn ot ba Co federate shell The new commander U chief Is a aa tive of Boston antI sixtysix years olA He has been a member of the Gras Army since 1SdS and Is a put tlep8rf ctHtt1fHeal body dur uK the terms of Coai mnnders Blucknwir liud King Mrs urn1t sHaWeekse Bdgaqilurmust readily ivnlizc In gno lug over lhelpnjr list cif tier work yet she by 110 means contlMto bur activities to writrrigl FU hiii n 5ited In a U1ltJ tude of thliipt hic tin omnlvJroQs render foud of the Hoclal uiaenitie of life an catiuHlM3tle gardener a d T9ut lover of every bulb and snrjib Ind tree htt grewii The Rurfe arkiV a A farmer from Minnesota catereda barber shop at Butte forth pvrPqs9- getting his hair cute The raral xmfV rhad au odd ragged look and after regarding them scornfully for a moment tbe barber demanded brasqw1 ly VVSay who cut your hair the last Umel atZMy wife Mid tbe farmer with an uneasy smile LI She did eh said the barber What t did she do It witha knife 5 IfI tor r LlpplaCQJ t SkSThe LineVIt went by grsMrni Jut entsMe the gate upon tha 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Secret pf youth orIwQ other Women older than uy cdoThe secret cn be put in a w TtIdS your youthBy hwUth JM nerve health as sometimes luxntfceiitiy ftrongkwkijig i women are nervous wreaks But whether youare weak physfcalfy oc VnecvoUslyV you need a ionic andlhfe bet tonki for yoVIt builds strength for tbePbYsical and nervous systems ItthdNfII oa your fcooes and vitality iMoyoUi na- veLCARUITake IfcC WomaiVsVTscVMMy mother wra Mrsz L dcock aiSmAV- Il1V TerniUj 44 yea andIJ pjVlirceish ttIiI chanfcofltfe 9 VJteVI tfcrtd M1TIbIY My father stepped over to the store and p her ai bottle of Cardui which she toolf according to dlrettioalancf1IOW she is up able to do her housework and says she feds like a newlwomait Try Cardui la your own jeasc- Wrttt s r UCeVWlMsscr DeaC CTuHesiija Mte 1aum 1 mr jlpisfpf iHftrnUnt ja4 H m TitaKTHsIsi is lee Ifrmsa L I t f11MHrae I fC1004 frs gettkInte your systeV VVproduct of science k VELVO Laxative liver sn aarcir vegsmsm an rsHabk aad of iTptossaat aromatic 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