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on the Cinrth e A Ju4 A ondaV Ii lithJt1Jltae1Jpdge F Booker Couutv Clerk fIs1 Mayes Couoty Attorney orgeCat1ettJa l Siii A c1er onSherifIr f ilyronCroake HerbtrtEddlcmaiil Geq Powell I ItI Sim D Hale i txfe 1 Mitcaeli Assessor 5al y x P OBryan Depaty Jtobert Non Treasurer Dr W E Grume Coroner ki JW Bush Supt of Common 4po Sprlngfieid 3 CITY COURT r f Ja eaRNoeFoUcey Jjidge JohiGxaceIMarshal i GrigsbY City Atlorney 4F JUSTICOUR J jnbtiCeCOurtSare held in January I Aprilfl1QCtOber r 1 t ChurchZDirectory t MBTHOiisT CHURCH Rey5JJ T Wace I jslor Sei vices Suuday 11 am and SaBcl yBctaool ev ry SundayatlOan Pir CtiBC every W iaes- daijht ff 144r CATHOLIC CHURCH ReP Hennessa Pastor Se2 tcii ru1 Sunday at 8 andO oclocl Ti SeryJesatt Rose 6ame boar 2ZESBYTERIAN ciruR- cax4Rt F4C Lawson Pastor rwiphinj every Sunday at 11 am tt1PBl Sunday school ever Sunday nt1ORn Pirjti ne ti 5 very Thuredav eiiiUrp M17 eIw 1 iJq I BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wm tlBrriBiYUWiJHani Lattov 1 PreacHinu every Smj nv at r an ansir1 Fj rdlhOo ercE v undaat3pa ift Prayer meetini y trTnAsd ve pii irat Tt45 ociocl 0 UHKISTI CHURCH f Rev W F Wolfv Pastor Ser ces lust jird fit i th UMi iuudaj S f ltcj1 n aJl 4 tS r 1if Itfil Hi P AltD W 1 EJr4O t lg1ml1i f 1 r1aiJ7OJIoi r E t fIE wc r0 bSolfd IVk 2U RsLocSr ALTDLthIGTIOUIW I UARANreIr44ZSF2VRY I OR MONEY fUMOED j ZIt e f All1 t Thi is quoted from a letter of ft J Stockweil Hanaibal Mo I recent t li u8edole 8 Honey and Tarfor t lt flrSt time I say I ainpleued oqs 1 not half express my feelings It 4 beats all the remldies I ever used 1I contracted a bad andwasthrent v e1 cd iritk jfceumoeia The first J t elrave grtt relief and one bct- iJ tie coptplftely curtd m eM Contains jff bo opiates 3idonk KnOecfson ji 7 fv Niric tIIyrPpredtpCo til r d sing ndiy lElcel a eIiWMW iZ b Ms CLRxg- f r d 71 W w 7wS r t THE NEWS=LEAIERF i j Iit WfIRn8lY DENTIST every coM What the December Womans Home I Companion Contains There is a Merry Ofiristmasin deed with the December numberII- of the Woman Home Compan iion Th cover by Jessie Will cox Smith is one of the most beautiful of modern Mad nnas and is a work of art in itself The Enchanted JPQimneYJJJi Christmas cantata bv Mary Theresa Hart beautifully illust trated andUA Christmas Con5o spiracy1 a one a tplay byc Anna Steese Rchardson wills prove boons tk those of us whore getting up Christmas enter ticments A charming song by ILouise AyersGarnett is a con tribution Jo holiday music As f rortoffered bysuch writers aslrine Holland Brown LauraSpeg ser Pojrtorf Marion Hill Philip t tTerrillstorybyMarybegun in this number The Admirils Niece by KateDjug llasWigghiand her collaborators iis now well started1I jymiTb9 priictical sj4of the bon lays is taken care of hundreds t pr cticaltuggesijoi15 for pre ents such as Gifts luWorkBenched China Binding Books atjHon1EU heBoo1plate tjGift itIEdward 5iandford Martin ap pears inatricle entitledt We andqar Farnilywhich should prov4pf universall interest Eellogg Dnrjand begin the rdI anqQQeenday essay is furnished bytjophle lK Uuderwood rrecbildren are taken careof with new and elikbtfuistzies and sugges tibhs and for thehousewife and orIhe Ijome dressmaker recipes rc stIes oftne very b stare 16t ik fondC Whit Cures Ecznpa 1P VIe have had so many inquiries litely regarding Eczema and oVitiFskin dseases that we ae glad to make our answer public After carefnl investigation we have found tbdt a simple wash of Oil of Wintei green as com p noundedi liedupon We would not make this statement to our patrons ffriends and neighbors unless we were sure of itand although there ar3 many socalled Eczema Temedies sold weoursejves un hesitatingly recommended D D Prescription Because =We know that itl gives instant relief to that tdr turing itch t Because D D D starts the cure at ihe foundation ofvthd troubleSBecause It cleanses soothes and heals the skin Because It enables Nature to repair the ravages of disease Because Tne records often Tears of complete cures of corn piste cureSOf thousands of thej nost serious cases show that D o U U today recognized us the absolutely reliable JEczema Cure Drop into our store today just xO talk over your case with us aayd1n rfobertson tf iii Battle With EliztbetHtown Ky Nov LJohn Reespr a farmer of near Vine Grove this county had a very i arrow escape from beno 7 Billed by two wildcats a few igo While Tying jin his bed at night ne heard his dog backing near the iouse and procuring his 4un Welt out and found that the dog bad twolarge wildcats treed aeesortlred and killed one of them and the other immediately jumped out of the tree ani pounced apbnthedpg Ret sor went to the assistance of his dog and the wildcat then jumped on him and was tparing nis flesh to pieces and would have killed him had it not been fojirthe fa6t that the dog Came to his masters aid and succeeded Iin whipping off the cat Finally Reesor shot and killed the wiltj cat q Get the irenuine Foleys Honey aridl Tar in the yellow piclcagerit Is safeand effective Contains no odiales Refuse sustitutes Li1obertson COURT OF APPEAlS r Upholds The Act Creating jj The State BoardofJ Equalization Frankfort1 Ky Nov 26 The i Court of Appaals today iin an upJthe act crealiiifg the State Boajd 9atthef Louisvile bexdissoved in the a09 of Ray etci agailist Arm strongI I 9tbeeludes as follows We conclude the statute is r contrary to the Conf tftutioh ot4 Kentucky in that it destroys luniformity of taxation or that it ofEqual1tfJnpower to fix values that it does not deorive taxpayers of their property without due process f lawl that it dees not dtDY to any itizen all the privileges accocJ Qid bther citizens and that the board was properly cons 1tu ted and organized and adopted the resolution complaiQed of increas g i he assessed va uos by Thejudgmentj t I on dissolved wit1 djrectiocs dismiss the petitiOjasjiV The whole court copcjarfed in the opinion t r V j norftedTo beave Home Evety year a large numBer of poor sufferers whose lungs are sore and rack with coughs = re urged to go to another climate But this is costly and not a ways sure Theres a better way Let Dr Kings New Discoverp cure you at home Jlt cured me of lung trouble writes W R Nelson of Calomine Ark If when all else failed and I gained 47 pounds tn weight Its surely the King of all cough and lung cures Thou ands owe their lives and health to it Ins positively guaranteed for Cou ghs olds LaGrippe Asthma Croupall Throat and Lung troubles 50c and 100 Trial bottle free at Ha don Robertson t If Seriously Injured Ed Sweasy a young farmer of Van Buren thiscounty lies at thepolLt t of deathat his fome as a result Bf a runaway accident ear Green Chapel Nelson county It is reported that he was considerably under the in fl uence of liquor and running his horse up and down the pike when the anima bpcamq un mari eable arid ran away throwiujr him from the vehicle onto a stone fence When hews picked up it was found that hi skull had beQn fractured lbesides severaUminor injuries For several hours his death was rapmetarily expected but he rallied somewhat and has peen removed to his home He bus regained cousciousness Sweasy iis the son of Jv Hudson Sweasy the blacksmith at Van Bureri and has a wife and five cnildren Anderson N wsI v i i Cbmmissipners dale Washington Circuit Court Ky Dorcas McRliHan c Plff EquityLulieByvirtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the October tem1910 in the above styled cause i shalll proceed to otTer forsule on the premises iu Washington county KYh near Antioch church 3 mires north of Sbarpavil e Ky on SATURDAY pEG 1IE13 1910 at 2 ocock pm or thereafiout to the uponSyears thefollowing describedproperty t Tract No A certain tract of laud- situated on the waters of ChaplinRiver- in Washington Co Ky within sight o Antioch church knownas the Anthony Wells farm containing 112 acres This- tract has good two story frame h9yse- with roomsand usualoutbuildings Tract No2 This tract lies jus across the road from Tract No 1 an contains 32 acres and 35 square roods The above lands iinclude about 4 acres of good timbered land red and white Oak well adapted tothe growth- of burley tobacco and are located near- Antioch church about 14 mile from- jumpike running from T tham Springs to Kirkland and closE1 to School Thes tracts will be offered first separatel- and then as a whole the bid Or bids producing most money to be accepted Far the purchase price the purchasers rith approved security or bearinlegalpaid and having the force apd tTec ofa preparedttermS C 3BOSLijY M c w c c fAn Old Veterans LeUej kili 1urg WitI jy 24th 1Editor NewsLeader c you give me a sbot space iin t lwanttjJ47and 48 years flgo you were 11 boys That was the spring time of your life After the war was tookIoqrown you WOl i d tbpt capacity lOuh the sum- ner of your life in caring for ta family which was your religious duty In the autumn of life fraytbl itomei they go one at a time until we are nearly left alone and in the winter time of life we sitfand ponder over the past flying over again our boyhood daysncthin ele gives us more p1asue but jit doirt last lon f r sme Rttle duty in our every day life cills us from this pleasant dream and we rea iza once more that we are in the winter time of life tbutt Chough we ate growing oldwej a irr Now boys let us look back over the past aud seevEien we spent our Thanksgiving 47 Years ago This day 47 yteairs ago was LookoutMobutalnIhe dont think that day was se L apart for Thanksgiving at that time but it was surely a dav of thank glvi g for we WAS out of something to eat and outof wood and the weather was getting coldI and our army blankets were to short for we hid cut them in halt and thrown ieoieihaIf away A half blanket wAs to shon to cover our feet so we had to sleep with our shoes on So- boshowvQuld4 you like tp put ug with that kind of fare now I think you Wojuld call it mighty tough Well its all over and its all right I wouldnt change it if I eon d Say hoy dont you dread the Lung cold winter there always some work lodo and no boys to do this work for us Stay by the fire all you can live quietly pray without ceasingi and a heavenl regard Will boj yours Wvrdroucii v UoD1OLh- KyRoachitfle Top in any calling of life demands a vig orous bfidy and keen brain Wit bout liealthtrie Bitters is the greatest hbalth builders the world has ever known It compels perfect action stomacIit l eTkidoeys bowels purlfiesand enriches the blood tones and invigo rptcs the whole system and enables yon to stand the wear and tear off jour dally work After months of suffering from kidney trouble writes W M Sheruan of Cpshing1 Ierthrce bottles of plectric Bit era make me feel like a new manS 50c at Haydon Robertson The Rev Ink nicks 1911 Almanac v The Rev 1AAlmanac fior 1911 that guardian 4n gel ifi a hundred thousand homes is noW ready Not many are now willing to bJ without it arid the Rev Irl R HicUi Magaziriu Word and Works rue two are only One Dollar a year Till Almttnaft is 35c prepaid No home rloffice sluuld fail to sendI for them to Word and Works Publishing Company St Louis Mo 1 Hunters Notice 7 iThe lndersi nedntlfyanl persons that nvhunting willib fallowed onili0irlHiid Jj lJNily P rrotit rcs j 01 Huydo Ol3ryandMrsWilIRiney 0nSpringfield and vicinityt to read the opening chapters of the new serial by Robert W Chamber Ooes Uiygreatest novel of theear and is illustrated by Chutes Dan Gibson yealFttfurther information telephone Harry Derringer at G W Grigs byd Moors ville j jj YENERABIEI rI H CITIZENI tvWas Mr James R Clay brook who Died v Thursday Ill Death Whether it visits the pall llet of the Infant flights the flower LJ0f youth strikes down robust strength oc manhoqd or comes ikesa beutiful sunset and steals away the sunlight of decrepit age is nevertheless accompanied by its ting which vJundsthe ihearts of those to whom the one iitcTairas was dear and yet when lthe allotted portion of work hasj been dont when the soldier pni lifes battletied has received an honorabe discharge when the last agony of death is over and the soul hag sped beyond whatt S salisfaction to f troubled minds bal6i IDgbeartssaid1The world is heiteifr Hrf eflIrtijysiIi wh Jta r co s jferid as a private or public citizen or i nthe sacied precincts dir1ii home iis Jaines R Jlaybroo e w OEH1Jered the eternall sleep on last Thursday morning He was was a son of Thos M and llucy Jeffries Oiajj brooke a nd was born on the 10th day of May 1835 on the same farm on which his grand fatherisettled eppercibeen 1i the possession fbf the Ojiaybr okQsEver since and theI su ouv ich lit died 0 ue lObhdjy of May 1869 scheJiss Jyinie Durfgiti to this 1alloft v avivebrobke whodeil bout one ye1li ugo 1 uijju WhO survive ar- crJrJSW j R fjf arid John Olayhrookfi and Tisss Iat Pearl and Ruth ClaybtOQlre and Mrs MaryO Ragsdale of this county MIs W H Cleveland and Mrs John Ii Off u t of Bloomfield and Mrs J Dtur ner of Lexington t As a public citizen Mr Cliybbrooke was mlri who had excelfent iervice for those whom iire represented never forges tin tlatpuolicotficials are the ser ants of the people anti n not their mistt He was a lawyer by profession and served ttvo terms as County Attorney of Iaviess county Later be re ipritidiin1 1860 represeHed it in the State Legislature As an official j he w diaingui hedfoi fairdess and for liis strict adherenee to what he believed lobe right When a very young nan he man We jjuined th BethleHem Baptist cnurch of whtcti he was a faithful memberj unlil his death As a church member he was a leader in Sunday School vork and has held iraportrnt oflicjal potions in that church for 45 years having beeSuperS ntendaritlhat long hehajj been Trustee and for 25 years church clerk Butbat of alj The plaqe where his noble manhood was at iis best the platiel whrehjs noble manhood was at its host the place where his great heart manifested itself most was at uome tlure he spent his most plepsanthours in tlie association with fils life partner his wife and the companion of his chil dren They were his most inti mate associates and he tool LIm into h s confidence in all thfalfairs 0f Lila life He was upright an honorable jn all his defLJiswitb Ins M Io4f man and Mhp family he I0vves his pride remains asa monument to the memory of the man that was in bitn l Funeral services wer conduc ed F idty aUBethlshem by Rev RLfPurdi and Rev W If Williaajs 1t rwhich the re mains were laid to rest in the cemetery tltere p f i POSTED Ail persons aie ureynottfie l ito take warning that JviH pibse cute any and all personsfoun hunting on my prmiss Buford Neikirk a Enjoys Unique Distinction I r Ab 1QrbpbeCtermy Josh who has on countless Joccisipns hi the past said good ofjclesfheconris wj before Judgo Carter tlUthe cbuntkurtthit other day to nSweria cblirge of housa jbreakinjrM 1was accused of breaking intothe home of W N Scearce aod sting several articles ampng ttfem a shot gun ttheyearhappensto alticleJimyc1 e little bow ever forQuailhunting and he sold the gun to J Barland Chris tie who lay awake for hours at night worideing hoJ7 Abell happerecUobable A day or two lafer ne learnrd Mri Scearce claimed the birdfrtgh tener This eyidence was pre sent d to hecourtand being unable tf give bondj Ahell is await jngi tho January sessini of th rand jurv atJhP countr j jl Joshua enj ys thp dstinction Of In ving already erved four terms Jnj the Sta e pen it ntiary srm ttihingoffwhtcti possibly no other man in Kentucky will boast Wlfen Abell v as being 1d f1 m thet utroom8 little negro hoy standing nearby remarked Dat miin cant n mote bep it than nothin Lebanon Enterprise J SNobnelcompareJithijurklentSpe fect heeler ot Cuts corns Burn Bruises So es Scalds Boils Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum For Sore Eyes Gold Sores Chapped HaIqs1or sprains ita sureme Infallblefori- lesP Only 25 c at Haydon Robert iLJIL1CSAEkal iWill almy farm 3 ui lies north J off Sprilffiejd on V jtnrday DeGember 0 1910 AT 1 OOLOGKTP jl1 Offer for sale to the highestt peronalIP 1 2yearold hprse 1 jersey cow a good Gtief 40 niepyoung t Jbubushels of sbei led oats 1 good wheelbarrow 3 stacks 9f hCJy1 breech loading shot gun house hold furniture consisting op 2 bed steds 1 lounge 3 feather beds 1 nice book case 1 Wardrobe 1 table soYne bed clotJpgt sfe and press 6 chairs 1 rock iing chair 2 sets of him i makr silver spoons 1 set ot jisilver knives uncTforks fruitjarsletc TERMS All sums under 1Qt cash Otter that amqant pn a crdlL Of 6 months note with good fprsohaV security bearing inter- se a fe per cent and payable in eiier bankyihLjbeeqp1red BENECIWARDS JI S M Campbelll Auctiqnuelr i For IVIoro Than IJIircoXDpcades- Fdeys Honey vanjl Tar has been p househoitTfavorite for coughs colds and ailments of the throat chest and IUPJTS iontains 01 opiates Uaylon RoTiettson Stricken With Paralysis W Butler Mouser suffered d- a stroke of parSy fs Sunday evening about eight dclo k and ilies dangerously at hiS home on M rket1sret He had just returned froai attending evening services at St Augsutines churcb and on reaching borne and entering the diuing room he suddenly and without warning fell to the floor When aid reacb dhiIIfit wasfotindtha- lriglitsidewasbis paralyzed and a patt of hi left side nlso effect ed edicui assistance was im mediatelyhiutamoned JSo far no iimprovefrfipnt has been noted in his condition Mrt Mouser lias beet connected fur many gears with the TJ S fpternul Revenue Departcaent anda t pceeebt was taiidned herein charge bf a lijcal di tillgrr Lebanon Bnterprise i Fine Farms For SaleI WfiteWT Ewing Harfods t i tions in Farm properties t IiffrY tooQ9 i iII BAKING POWDER I MAKES THCPOfKT I 1t HOT BISCUIT I = 1 Also Rolls and Muffins ttIL Crust and Cakes i f r gfJ Send for Royal IIl7CdokBk r I COMMITTED SUICIDE TO AVOID MARRIAGl ays Miss Louise Osterman in a Suit against the Estateio f L JO Spies Louise O troian has filed suit against Oojtin Prrnz admtojsTra tor of the estate hf L O Spies rforf 100 damages iricotilpn ar VsJaPRPIOes thatsheian qiimarried dkyctiastJagr rernent of marriage with L O Spiet deceased rvnli in pur luance to theagre menthe re- igned3 her position of employr tment o n October qIlast at which sbe was earning Sti a week The plaintiff States that the wedding day was agreed upon as October 26 and pursuant to the said agreement tne plaintiff maie all rangemeitsthcarry out ottsending out the necessary inyi tiUons fir the wedding and pdrcbasing the necessary wear jingi apparell for her trousseau- and furnishings It lis further Alleged that on QctoDer 23 L O Spies c mmitted Buleidejby sshooinsr himself anti that tlfe said act of suicide was done solely and purposely kd with the Intent to aoid carryingi out jhe contraql of marriage Plain tHY says tnat since the suicidal act she lias suffered gVjSat pain upcTtnentar auuish LouisiHe 1ims T captBnardusagaiR hiLstk IIIsE1 t 1 ihs nrorld famous rifle spt who hold tiie cbampjonship Record piteous nOO consecutive shots Iii living at Lincoln Recently in crvievre J he eagsI suffered llog time with kidney and bfWe rouble and used several well k osnI kidnj medicines all oPwhIchgav me iiq relief until I stirt3 taking tey kicVoey Pills Bfifore I used lr oillyKidulY Pills 1 had sevorr ackachts and paula inmy kline t with suppression anda cloudy yoii jog On arIsing en the morniolJ voull i tQunhtaladest Now1 hive taken three boijtlcs of Foley Kidney PiPs and fellCo percent better I atnntver botherco witl1J3 Kiduejs or bladder arid again Lee like my ffvyn e f Haydon 3 Rob Its n y v v 5 ForSale rI will sell privately oaX tfior oughbred trotting mare With saddle bred colt at bide in foal to jaktwoLods wso uieh9r oughbu ed Berkshire SOWaliOflEI new2 horse wagon MrAc5Dvsdn Notice JlS1j AlIc rersonkntwiug them iS elvesl indebted to tIle ste 0- 1JEf3arrnon Baflkrulwit Jl Oif lieu n ersl fted or tilp aseiiie atauWS ith necce s fjvtp lsbuslne l atoDce W lgbyTJbe fj 5 c 7 wi71 L 41 SlffBieR111 j10N jJ Itv iolt ii1ih1 l A4I r- iiifJt wU l DECEMBER 4F Bar pm WildcatsI tow It- fI f to t I3waIiit1t5er u NwYk 0 J- f L LEBANON LOCALS From The FaJco Cf L Msg lorriH Qd IoWtweek to Grave dOD th ree yearoldhifer thtwIq i el2275ounds t t1ikitJ is the best Oft1 th iMwysoL catlspld in thiIcsici4 kOJ1etime tMr X A Thompson who 4 selected by the cityCouwjij night oicmaui l1aj bo which was approved br ttbf r mayor nd Mi Tbpeoiered upon the discharg Noiii duties Monday night f v Thefarniof 487 tfifJai1BOst iyhich jryertiserfy ThhonyJ3 ars k t Co to be sold Taiit Jsst t x tr was witMraw Th yi eJerMl4 ibettu hbb though a cOQ i fibi wi vancepver th priot t y pirHIJ for rtiitf placealyear Mo WM 3Jrefu8i v Benr Tongatt Uitslf yearold son of WillitM TJMJpl of th3 Rusb3raich Mctioit of tcivi an on countj hadai airr itr cape from deatfe wh IM WI from a persimawfl tcH Hf landed oaA siatfeiik aid oo of he slats penetrataMt Jaw liodj da condiiiom isi critieaj alUww k tpatposMLena 1andofqLquisy illp were pirri LU tb iforraerciiy hyd5rsh J 2wLebibg farn were tbijtnight of Mr and Mrs WG Matson Yesterday rnoix i Mr Piclterel ami wUi6af4 JM r vlatson and wife dror tfcfoiffkWtot coLexingtonthbigMrL Ii l 7 i4 v ai1 r 5f oniioa5k Lhi Wt Ciut Xy WmConwayI pw MBarmsadete JIIiJMt bBy virtuefaJ tyCoMkIrerxIered at Ute put kV LJ t f 1910 inj ijte tyW 1aM piiItuWahitoftto FRIDAY Jat 2 eekdc p Jp be tfcuubH 111 to hitbkfakr at poMic niHiii MM II creiitef one uU tw nHM fW ingderibpPotyosFiijNi t 1 A certain etLi cr OfetJeNt 3haL1vlII M Waaion County JCy on w M dda f 1 Mill frii JB I Md tkeilnt or t larg jeeedoorofadJtKThesboy4eLiOsd with nMxtarn wftr lMi tHMMfMrrMHt if ofmrmted by sv J waWroarsto iR pow TUi pitjIaMfW aad sutts m rq imierSForthe purchass pile the uii ttJ 7or= gvstfioadi tI al==Ui eo pt CFgCOhUdren J- i4fSt JETCHEr OAS TO R I A w IIL L 1 itE NWS4ADtR PIMOPIELDKYI r tJ A t I f 2 WLITTtMAYIj 7 Z MiI5 I M tJOSEPlPOL f cj IQoraid P bimer 1l tf TRLTMDAY PEC 1 1iO 0icJl Dtnbow 2ft Ai I buy ien absent for t fJil1ftnjot down few 1f I + f 4J r1tj Hsstsr Gardner and r ttjLf Jr Biker 1tMthe bonj of Walter Hays vMr Jfwt Polviff ofBgoker ivitshIparents Mr Jacei Perkins had the Ii4nMt last week to1JJose a rby fitting kicked by t MbtiMc horse and breaking vIsMr RidSard Perking and Mrs v WjtUfc Perkimi and little dajighS teeYkHted Uiv Walter FJsys SatS iury ti llrWillia BOH who has been j irpJJt j J MiM NOca Baker jipentTbDrs day chtith Miss Addie Roy 1 aljyT t j8i OM ar Keeling Pentwed iHMlay Mif ht at Mr Nat Qldham t c = b Hardecty- h v tMM Ads Cox spejit the 1efk ad with her parents in Louis villt riMr aid Mrs Tames OBryan and children of near Springfield y ware gUMt of the latter parents J4r and Mn W S Y Goodlett Mf and Mrs Rice Harmon of Bohoh visited relatiyes in this P I coiamuHity several days last f WMkiiuM Fannie Williams and mother spent Thursday night lW tti Mr Walter Lewis and1 ttS fnilyw5Mr Addison Gibeonwife and i children returned to their home in Perryville affer spending MYtraldiy with Mrs Gibsons parents Iir and MrsS G tfardwty v Mr Walter Scott spent Thurday night With Herbert Rardsty v Mr and Mrs Rice Harmon Mr andMrs ifR Gray and jRRB Har m were enter staIned by Mr and Mrs J ra- e f Gray Thanksgiving b Miss Fannie Williams and r m6ther and Mr Walter Lewis t wife and sonsA Bt spent J Thanksgiving with Mr John Arnold and family of Mt Zion V Mr Herbert Hardesty recent I ly purchased a nice young horse Of R De Goodlett Messrs Will and Edgar Gray u Tibitsd friends near Mackviile Saturday night i i jMiss Valeria Goodlett was in I Springfield Monday Mr and Mrs ifR Gray en p tsrtained Mr and Mrs J H 1tII rUry and Mr and Mrs Rice s Harmon and others Friday Mr Herbert Hardesty spent Sunday with Ernest Gray 1 r Mr EddMitchell and mother I spent one day last week with w Mrs Evan Sales who has been 2 e JIFof blood poison but we are glad tonear that she Is improVe Pjne spentI Saturday andSunday with her Ii parents at this place I E Li beytr A vVMlM Calbrine McCann who i9 been visiting Miss Levenia hprSH hQIH in Qbaplin 1 Misses Sue Reed and Frances Irtteey haye seCurned home after iviiii to Harrodsburg Dr and Mrs J B Hopper y have moved to their newt resi andwMd Springfield pike MiN Ajddie Cox has returned 3j to this place after a visit to her 4 naotber in Louisville Mr Will JjIcChprd was in our ri i Ticiaity Tnesday afternoon rJ Miss Alice Jones spent Mon fi day night with Mrs W A f ThopaoDS c rii f Mrs J H Hopper and Mis t F MarjrB ace hays returned from l dr7TiVel t i8z f JtJllr sad Mrs Dan Kelly and t ilfad Jek Richard Ke113 Trs4ap with Mr ana r e MrXR4p 0 Mk 5AdisCoxetertainedai0 +i + JMt ofMr 1 1 Martin w l l yevernngat5 oclock 4iJIHI 1 pr t iesIgetoiiSue and i l Hwra Ed Lifesey Tred YauAtidiie t4l c w I1 TOWN r i i The Freshest mud Latest I IFrrndaI1II II T Mr 999999 t Born to the wife of Bert Nell son a soni Boriito the wife of Mr G J- Cuhninghama son I FOR SALE1000 or more014 brick Mrs E L Davison Barred Plymouth Rock Bo o- ersforsale 75c Mrs J T Yaste RQduction1aleaf all childrens and untrimmed hats Wathen Shader uMoJ d City Paints may cost trifle more Jbut Leo Hay don IJ Pure Bronze Turkeys for sale 01 Mrs JB Hillj rr 5 Springfield Kv Marriage license Was issued this week to AndrawC Pinks ton and Miss Bertha Crouch LosTOn Sunday Nov 20 between the residences of Mrs JW Kelly and Mr J F Sioiims a Rug Muff Reward if returned to this office r NOTICE All persons indebted to Hennessy Baker must come in at once and settle else I shall have sue to collect the unpaid ccounts Marslhall Duncan LOST In the Mooresyille neighborhood on last Saturday a liver and white pointer bitch Information appreciated V Fenry C Royalty W R Selecman The sale of the property of Joseph E Harmon bankrupt as made by W F Grigsby Trustee on lat Saturday and 00 FILLED With the values in and made and best sale SUITS for English I and silk lined close fit ted skirts i Pri at coo SUITS for 11 women and misses fine satinfinish French and worsteds best linncrs mid trim at Inings nn COATS for women and misses fine allwool I gray and light blue Specially priced at COATSpfor women and misses black broad cloth fitted and semigtted half and full lined to selelt from Prices range from 56750 down to 11 to lined years i velvet l CUT full size with cuttine ninwhel J IJ polisneci at pattern Speiai at 4 i g GLASS BOWLS full 8II several styles to select 295 and SSfin values pria I speciaj at C i I i S WM the 8tOckbgood8t bought by MrJohn Harmon at 50 per cent theCQsS price my three months ago a black heifer about 450 pounds Owner can havesame by payiug and for this adver tispment H d 8 Hayt ng purchased an interest in the firm Duncan I take this means of friends and patrons that I wilt be ray andwill cnsnti them all the favors inmv power Thank- ibg you for past favors soliciting your future patronage I beg to remain laincerely yours ISWm H Wharton MrsO1iftonGreen entertained in honor of h Minton Oklahoma at Flinch evening of last week Mrs Green is quite one of the most delightful hostesses in town and her invitations are never regretted where iit is all possi blo to accept them A delicious collation of biscuit cream fruit and cakes were served after the games Nad Hardin Shot shot wound in the hip at the hands of Marshal Grace Nad fiad been creating some dis turbance for which Mr Grape had a warrant for Epte ig tiar m DOUS the njrgro to dome on whet Hardin arose from his fcjpd assumed a attidudej toward tp I VTnji x 5MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY best stock on Mall Order J ivIT Louisvilles i Department Store Won ens and Misses HighGrade Tailored Coats Dresses r Correctly perfect fitting strictly stylish garments of the materials at prices lower than those asked elsewhere for socalled goodsS IMANTAILORED nov 25OO MANTAILORED broadcloths English rc 3750 PULLLENGTH 1nblue FULLLENGTH hundzeds 6 tfwough boXI iLoe1 1500 FULLLENGTH GLASS TUMBLELS deep peciaI i 15c QUTGLASSCELERYrRAYS1 189 IICUT Regular uToPjG1 of SraAYEDOn fprmabut calf weightine pasturage ShewmakerLrd of Cunningham notifyingmy gladsefriends rsisterMrs of Weknesday at attractively qintfamereceived him chair threatening fQrwardingcharges Greatest Man Suits and 1500 11CHILDRENS IDRESSESI waist voilesblacksleeves and front of skirts I silk embroidery trimmed taffeta silk waistlipinks Priced at I triniined Priced at unnI IICOATII GIRLS FULLLENGTH COATS sizes 6 to 14 years fine allwool cheviots in blues browns North Pole blues and reds sailor and shawl roll collars f I i1III t doublebreasted style Priced cunun WOMENS AND MISSES trimmed tuck waits nlaited skirts cut full Pricedat h i v t i regular 395 value Pricedspecial ati l 500 i tans il I of 6 priced special at S value f per setof 6 at ppeciaj per set of two pieces a1 at5oo il inbluesyoke 1250 11 Cut Galss and SilverwareI 1951IS 225 welllshed289 Isi1verplated II KNIVESANDrricediSpecial 69c 79c i I1edi1I75Cr 11 Speciall Sale off urghGarUer Axmimster Rugs Size 22x36 inches 139SizeS7x54219 Jlze36x63Jnch 259Sizeinches w 80 special at 698Size Tl60QOthergreatly price t the officjer when he shot him breaking his thigh bone Mr Frank Noe had the misfortune to get his arm brokelast- Jhusday while turning the crank on Will Hagans1 automobile in order to start the motor The large bone of his Vfoaearm was broken but he is progressing nicely at present The Loose Leef Tobacco Market will open today Of course forJstripping tobacca it is not expact ed that the sale Yil1 be a very large one However quite a number of loads of tobacco have been brought in The tobacco buyere are all here ditiis expected the market will open strong Will Open Next Tuesday The Planters Loose Leaf Tobacco Warenouse near the Depot will open next Tuesday The new house is equipted with all modern improvements for the handliog of tobacco being well lighted and having a spacious sales floor This is the fourth house in the city and we predict that all will receive a large volume of business A Card of Thanks The Sisters of St Catharine of Siennai Academy tender grateful acknowledgment to the Alumna ladies It may not be invidious ta say to the ontcers of the society especially for the Book Shower that came as a Thanks giving offering Such thoughtfulness is ap preciated particularly by the Librarian for whom it was an unexpected addition both in thp choice and in the number of volumns May God bless the cheerful givers Dominican Sisters i NOTICE Having decided to close out my business and leave the county I am now selltng my stock of merchandise greatly reduced prices All persons indebted to me will please come in and settle romp1y1a all accounts not set tkd befbrf December 25 1910 will hayf to be put into the hands qfa collectorj v RpspectfulJyRLCecil j Nov 251910 PUBLIC SALEI I willtonOPWednesday December 10 at my residence af Springfield Ky all of my property both real and personal if not sold privately before consisting of No 1 home place of 41 acres 7 poles just outSide of the town limits iin 300 yards of the Graded High School This is one of the best and most con venient homes around town every building that is needed and all good Tract No 2 1O7acres1ro and 10 poleson the Knoblick Dirt road which which be piked in the near future 1 mile from pike and 12 mil s from same school This is mostly fine tobacco land in fine state of cultivation has been 89wnh1 35 acres of small grain Hasva good small dwelling newly re paired good barn roofh for10 acres of tobacco I Tiact No3 207 acres 7 12 ihiles from Springfield in the Ballarda store neighborhood on county road 1 mite from pike one way and 1 12 miles the other has fairly good improvements finely watered plenty of tobacco and corn jland full of grass The cheapest farm in the county considering what jt can be bought for A chance pfJi life tine for a a man of small means Also 2 lots in the cemetery the best located to be had now i lOISpSworktomobile 1 3year old combined horsqj a tine saddler 1 yearling past a good one 4 much cows 3 jersey heifers 2 bucks some hogs agricultural iimple men3 of all kinds cutting box corn shellei7 big lot of tools wagons surrey buggies gear harness etc 110 rods of wire 5 stands of be sabout 500 bushels cord 25 or 30 bushels wheat hay shook fodder tops etc Big lot of tobacco sticks 1 Underwood d Type writer gqodas new organ a good one household and kitchen furniture and many other things too numerous to mention Anyone interested is invited to come and be shown over thje premises by the undersigne at any ti ne Terms liberal and made icnown on ay of sale Sale to begin pro iptjy at10 oclock The land will be old first Lunch served at 12 JAS1II ROYALTY S M Campbell Auctioneer Its the Wa Ids Best No one has ever i ade a Salve olnt ment or balm to co npare ith Buck lens Arnica Salve Its the ene perfect bealerof Cu s Corn Burns Bruises Sores Scalds Boils Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum For Sore Eyes orJ9 roa fl c 7 i t- ii II Cvtfces in very Depattntt j must reduce our stock by January first and will tv offer theenfir IWeSpecial prices includingI V i t 1L v Dress Goods White Ooocls Sil ks Yard Wideii I SatihsFlannells F1ann11etfesOutings i iI I1 Mens sid triad e by Hart Schaffner Mal7x ILL Welworth Suits Boys arid Childrens I Perfection Suits Mens and Boysf 11I 0 j Overcoats and Rain Coats I j I 1 ilfvJ 1Jf f t 1i Coaf Suits and Cloaks We are showing a complete stockof Wo rnens Coat Suits ranging in prices from 6r50loij250Q Womens Misses and Children Cloaks at prices regardless of cost Underwear i I Mens Womens andChitdr n Underwear Union Suits and Separate arments III I ja i ii J fI = flIISIt 4c 4i i14 Z l T d C O J t1 f J t r Tm Vri of is be care so as j i V t For Sale 91 acres of upland Part ot this iis fenced and from six acres of same 1100 of tobacco was sold in one year llere is rauoh valuable timber on the p1rti n It will be this is a jgood for the price for it for quick sale Reasons for selling I desire to invest vjjiere can give closer attention Neither this any part of my place is in the hands of any agent member of my family or iotherafr 7 must see or writeto 13VPEARL CONNOR j rVVV 1 ap tt Bo ardus again- hltstlhe Bulls Eye This world famous riflq shot who Holds the record 00 pigeons in 00 consecutive shots iis living at Lincoln Ill Recently in ervlewdd he eags1 suffered u log time with kidney and bladder trouble several well known kidney medicines all of which gave me noi relief until starred taking Foley Kidney RUts Before I used Foley Kidney Pills I had severe backaches and pains in nay kldqeys with euppre sion and a cloudy voiding On arising en the morning would get dull headaches Now I have taken three bottles of Foley Kidney Pills and feel 100 percent better lam never bothered jwithmy kidneys Ior bladder and again feet like my own self Hay on Rob Wall Paper at hJf prices iLLace rf CUrtainsV1 I 13otEon lace Curtains t t dale Circuit Court ky D W Burns etalt Plffa By virtue of n and order 1010 in the above styled cause i shall 10 1910 lt years 75 and on the North the lands of Mark Smock pn the South the lands Forcof about 3 miles from and about on 1911 For the price the chasers with security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal Interest from date 6f sale until paid and having the force and effect of Bldddrs will be to withi these terms i C 7 M W C 7 fTnQ alU that will be all6 ved on J Grj Will j Jftij t Sho s 7 Fine in D and Csfn for women 1 rAxminiiter Ingriari at V ize in Vel vets and up IflV r IIW extend cordial inyitatiqn to VI1i sV XMJ PLANTERS t if 4trran Y Quisenberry Toprs iD iiAllction Ligbte68J F1oor1t i I House Depot k Some your respectfully and your w3I taken of to best your Vt6baccoV I Tandy Quisenberry ManaAerj i seenthatj 3QOOrrasked nor Prospective purchaser mepersorial Springfield championship andnised I Washington EquityW6odsonDftsIJudgment CircqitQourtrendercdat prerniIsesSATURDAY DECEMBER theliIliestuponathefollowlngdescribcdpropertytowit makingone orlesadjoining WesttheMatl1erlyandI Mackviile goodtwoJanuary purchase pur approved prepared comply promptly BQSLEY Hunters Notice undersigned notify persons nohuuting iieirlands HNalIy Brost tiay4on MrsVatt6Bryair Mrs Rmey r Mens Shoes Flourshwn Beacon KrippendbrfDitaan Shoes I Carpets Rugsi Carpets Velvft Braid Special price Room Rugs AxmnMter BrusseUsat cleaninf prkt I aLto I I fi 1 IlI i Sales Well f Is Near Jhe Business solicited interests realize prices for M unfenced investment personal tiV Commissioners Judgment Parrott and II I 1 pubiiITTlOF J 1 r i LAND AND STOCK Having gone intoibe dairy bu8 Dec wibiagi omake room for niydows I will on t r f Thursday leo 8 1910E3- eginningat 12 ocloclr tin theland beth rMstll tote highest bidder tbe following prscalllproperr 4 1 pair horse mules louryeil1 eld 15f bnibif b fxlrgood one I OH re mule Ipur years old J5J baa ls biiiiSD a good one 1 sorrll mare mule 6 year oJdJooe of fcbat rltPIIOOI aad thri Iy arsold well broke 1yearlisiihjion 3weuiig laxtra llSJsheep 88 shoves weight abmt90 Jbjrl aow aM pk 1I thorouhhredPolandOhina boar 8 milk cow 4 j JJ steers 3 heifrrs j At UiosaoleCtime and place fwiHselltoth hb l fe 44 ACRES OfFLAND f3n the Bartours Mil pike 3i p1USlKft1MlM4 cf T non known as the Henry SobltU land This s 1 o4sfrainedWel1irig BW i rtdik ia p ilent condition siwfailingwaste land in the whole irtqsi The whole of if IttMi t bacco land The sale will take p4ac oa haojIbVed bud T1MSOnpersonaltrI5 aa thdr pssbJ ovir irdatea TM4MARPLt K 1 U1IM 1 r ea I 0jl t mm WWIDEMT DENTIfcT i rTEETH EXTRACTED 1 i rU PAIN ri JftJ T OIiIwIISWI8iPitiKajriitD KY t All Dt1 Work Strit1 1 Pfeptcl filIJ J C AIC1tiJ J t IThyiciu aid Strgeol Oesoirs8to9axn1 lib 2 pm r KibM oVer Haydoas Dmgstor JIL LdrnptOn MLD rIce to Opera Hkse 47t OftIcPkR No L RIdRct N as t fZI fT WfFf GR1GSBY J AtTORNEYATm LAW i r OSKfeO3BUk- 1flGFIZLD KY- rt t VDr MW HYATT ietms over RedUrou lJruR OGle hour SHY tt 1030 trv 12 mto 5 pm y iotiN Y MAYES J EUEIAt ylKECTOR ti 1IBIICEISED EMBAtMfR VTELEPHONEDAY JgNIQHT 74 ffMGFIELDLI 11RaIrosd Schdu1e OFo11owi4the time schedule apw in effect n the Bardstow railroadV t 743Q p m Bardstown JUUCtIOLs j V522 p m j Bftrdstown 6G6 p inn arriVM at Springfield 655 p nil t- o42I4eavesVSpringfie1dit1 dVBardutown Junction 730 am arivM at LnisvtftJ820a in- ibNo 43Leaves Louisville a i 4lath Bardstown Junction fl855a m Bardstown 1Q05 a m t arrives at Springtield 1140 p m No 44Leave Springfield at i lipOpm Bards wn 220 pmr Bardstown Junction 410 p mr r wrriTtfiat Lonistjlle 545 p m V No SO SundayS only Leave4 T1 Springfield 715a1mj Bardstowi fe00 A m Bardstown Junctioi a 4am arriyet at LoulsyjI- ltf 935amV e No 91 Suds only Leaved x Lpmisvilla at 600 pin ards f 3 ton Junction 645 P plf Bards 4V town 730 pmarrives ai t Sgringlei at 825 pmV fiwl i j c Teeth ex fI tracted with out PAIN or t DANGER tNo charges tt when plates s are wantedV t Abb WORK IDone in this office is firstclass ft ia every respect and just as ad tvertised I j t I Y STALLARDD DS tVV SprlnAflpId Ky M I i fcllt Beals Air I LThis is quotecifrorn a letter of M Stockwell Hannibal Mo hII recent JljJMedFoley Honey and Tar for the ItVItVV first time tsar I am pleased oes biats dlhe enildies I ever used I coatracted a ffad cold and was threatr stkl A doe ffave great relief and oae bot- fSle completely cured me Contains VVV opiates Hay don abef son DEATHS HARVEST Has Been Heavy In The i County During TieV V4VPastWeekV f DERRINGER J Mrs Nancy Detringer a hich y esteemed and igei lady de parted this life on last Sunday at tb bmeof jier son Jilt Will iam Derringer nejir Valley Fiji Mrs Derringer was one of the baringr death was due to infirmities in cedent JLo old ageVShS was a good christIan woman who S sought lKe goon will of everyone and entertained ill feeling for none Burial services were conducted at Mt Freedom Mon day She is survived oy three childreu Mr Wm Derringer jiis Derringcr and Mrs Sydney Perkins of this county r I l MARATTA The subject of this sketch was r born Decemler 55th 1849 in Springfield Ky and depared this life November 26th 1910 She was the oldest daughter fI James and May Abigail Maratta and member pf one of the old estand most honored families ofI the county sad was helast of tbenarpe inr this county jMrs l tvqjni LoHisville Ky and years ago joined the Methodist church in jjte Louis Mo and has all her lifel been a faithful and consistent member Per entire life was cbaractizud by her noble charity and J1ntiring zeal in theppliftot i manhood Being a member ofa1 prominent family and herself accustomed to move in the high est society yet not even the humblest beggar was beneath hernoticeJbut in her noll gen erosfty pf heart she recognized n that All men are equal I TheI other lifevas shed not on ion the hilltops buVlfl he lonelv valleys as wen Funeral seruiceswere con d Sunday afternoon at tile Methodistl church by Rev Wade assisted by1 Rev WA H Williams t CemeteryBi11beneatha the tribute of loving friends t vShe is survived by two stersa Mrs G D Duncan and Mrs Av 0 Kimball beside numerous t other relatives IJ NII TRIBUTE OP LOVE Friend after friend dejparts t Who hath not lost a friendVdThese words are applicable m special manner in the deatfc bf Mss Anna Mkrrata who was ihe friend of alP who knew her Never has a death occurred in this community that has left a sore spot in so many hearts Her warm loving heart seemed t too large for her small bodyaji ust overflowed in kind words and acts and sweet smiles toward all with whom she cameJn eonS c tact She had the faculty of seeing the best side in every one and emphasised it Her uniformIycheerfulness was a rebuke itb some of us I never heard a murmuring word frotn her t though of course like us aU she disappointirit such life as hers is a bless lng mayit bear frpit many years tocome Oh how 1 shall miss her I Know she was my friend and faithful true frien3srnre nott numerous But if I miss her how much more those of her home circleIf we did not know He doeth all things well we would think some mistake had been made when she was called ahd1lus sometime that it is laU rigbt May we serve him as served him and be faithful JAMES R OLAYBROOKE Born May 10 8a5DiedNovemb 24 1910 VVV land truein all lifes relations as bile was and be as well prepared when the summons comes to us Oh how sweet will it be in that beau tifullandJV painjinurhandsV x meet one anotherVOne Who Xoved Her i mSAUNDERS I In thepag of the Rev Miles Saund P Dtliis com m unity feels a Sjtmct personal loss Dr Saunders vas born in Decatur county Indiana About 78 years ago vats graduated from Centre College in the later fifties was classmate and coil ege mate of some of the most proini i ent men that Kentucky has- rciducdUand not the least amongr this nutaber was the Doctor himselfV Having turned his wind toward th e Ministry asa ypcation he graduated from the Theologicall Seminary at Danville just before the outbreak of the civil war and in the eventful year of 1860 he became Past r of the Presby terian churches of Springfield nd Pleasant GroVe Wasbing ton county Ky Here hte extraordinary abilitv as a1 wise leader and guideWS amply shownin the trying days of the war and in the division that split the Presbyterian church imme following that struggle Such was the wisdom of pro Saunders and so judicious 1IMs leadership thatwhen J tha churches all over Kentucky were being separated 1 Washington county chufches remained intact Mr Saunders in early life married Miss Mayme Booker a Thtughtel jof Judge Paul Booker The memory of this gifted and godly woman rests like a hene diction oil this community today Mrs Saunders preceded her husband tollthe beyond about 14 A earsVMr Saunders was a mari of tbe finest feelings the sweetest spirit and the tender st heart A remark of his once mae to the writer pictures his spirjtj I boast pot of godliness but God has endowed me vith a tender heart fr while his godliness was undoubted his tenderness of heart was abundantly manifest As a preacher Dr Saunders was at once scholary and forceful was often said of him if you lIt Maunders to clo his best dont give him too much time to prepare The explanation of this is that ifhis preparation time was unlimited he was apt to make bis efforts too scholary for the average hd rerVSoskilled and learned was lit tJ rIME SPRINGFIELD IVI ises Ien- i tucky wUlbe ready and open for the sale of Tobacco i 17Thursday Decqiberl 19JO ft fIIM SPrmfield is new and ptodate and wi1 extendo its eeryLff r r HIGHEST POSSIBLE PRICEI 1 i fix v y pikbf tobacco placedQfl its floor the hoiiie is U manageSi expenence and proven ability who Illee fhat 11f ejj is pOtted Sales t continueaiIyl Vthe 3VIPd from each member of you willaIaysthe firm You will not only sell Iown tobacco well blyouwill be helping to make Springfield one of the YOur big UIi OftLe State4lf c Tiiii tt14 i M t m Ancient r History ttiat his friends were wont tosay of him 1IIVhen Saunders dies he wont recognize anybody that lived laterl thin they 16th century Mr saunders resigned the ogfielJi1896Iyears as The Pleasant Grove church hay iing beeusejected into a separate Pastorate 19 a number of yearsa prlort tD After186he devoted his time and his splendid talents to the mountains VWhlChwork was abundantly blessed In the later part of 1898 he married a second time this wife who survives him was Miss Emma Willson qrBullilbi Go Ky The splendid tiotee pf Mrs Saunders was from that time hisrj Winter home frothwhich he went out pn himountain v trips iin Summer preaching with great earnestness and success the Gospel of Jesus Christ which heso much loved Owing to some trouble with his eyes anji the increasing in firmities of age he was confined more and jmore at homeand finally felHastee November 25I 1910VSuIely VprinceVVnd a great man is alienVjAs acommunity we sorrow in the loss of a personal friend who always knew1hoto sycapathiza with us in trouble As a town welnourn the losi of one who always had the wel fare of his community at heart and who rejoiced in its prosperity As a church tUe Presbytariant peopl mourn one who Was wise and kind and faithful Who was with us in season and out of season for more than a genera tion And npw he is away nviy the memory of his precepts and his kindness lead us nearer the rghtay and help us to gain that reward that we ooiieve5V his yell done thou good and faithful servant SVVRiE C L4w3QNV 4VVISVEVANSVVV Mrs John lvans dIed Tuesday at the home Iber father Mr J Harrison Nally near Fred erick townafter Tidgering jll ness of Consumption Mrs Evans was born and reared in Washington county and was a- very amiable woman with many noble charactensts She was 25 yearspld and had been marV riedabout 5 se3rs She leaves her husband awli one child Fun ral services willbe conducted this itioroiDgat St Rose VJVI4V CROUcHV Word was received here yes terday of the death in Oklahonia of Mr E A Crouch better known as Jack Crouch Mr Crouch up qntil tweve years ago lived here and was a righly re sfeterl citizen of the town WITHDRAWN By agreement of parties the public renting of the lands of the late WVj Siisatt and the sale of corn advertised In last weeks issue of the NewsLeader has been withdrawn A disposition of the laql and the personalty of the said WV To Stigall will be made in the near future Most probably it will be offered for sale VJoseph Pol in Executor bCttthe will of W T tigaljV ChildrenCryFOR FLETtHEtS CASTOR PIE aUN1r Mr Arthur Vance and wife are expe ei tokrriV Wed nes day 30th jnst to yteit their mother Mrs I U Jarirs Miss IsabellVMedly 1116 at- en4schojl at Nazareth speijt Sunday hereVVV MTS Sallie Pipes of Danville and Miss Anna Siigal l of Per ryville spent Sunday hhreV Miss Addie COJ entertained number of friends at five oclock dinner Monday IMr and Mrs CguradHertleiu Mn and Mrs Schwartz oi Louisville spent Thanksgiving With Mr aad Mrs M Pitzerald Mr and Mrs GOo Medley are visiting relatives hgre Mrs Lula Kelly haj moved to her farm near townV Misses Beba Dickerson and Irene Saunders are visiting Mrs E a JarksonV lY1rs L H Bellebaum was in Louisville TuesdayV Mr and Mrs Earl Snyder and little daughter and Miss Marga ret Glarkjspn aro tbeguest of Mrs Snyders m ther Mrs E B OlarksonV Rev R E C awson iisVfl Louisville this Y ekVV Mr Joe H Gud of phicagT Ill was herelaotl weekV Mr H B McElroy VwaVsVfl Lebanon Tuesday Mr Will of Shlbyvi1le- hereis this BlOvnr spendingfew Mrs Mary E Arnold had thE misfortune to receive a fall down a flight of steps at the home of Campbt bruises no bones were broken t Mr T Jof Nelson county attended the funeral off his niece Mrs JennieEvans Mr S M Campbell j5Vfl Louisville this weekVVIfIV r MTV Chas Camden audAvjfe nave moved to townvto spend tie winter Mr W D Clay bropk has re turned to NewAH i 1 Alabama to be gone a IeIAVe1cSV Misses Katie Caitf and Flora Mudd are spendingi a few days Iin Fair field VRvP F Hen easy is spend iing this week at Rpine City Ind Miss Gist of Owensboro is tbeguest of Miss Eya Day Mrc oberli Mayes 6f Okla homa Visiung bis parentliere Miss Nan Coil of ITew Hope- si visiting Mrs W F Trusty oo 8 8 out my ate now for tale at less lw atlless half and Q at your g this out Sale S The Phenomenal Growth of J VMarket t Two years ago np auction sale of tobacco had ever been held TDuring the fear 1908 a few bcsiness men therarmerjthse idea Leaf Market had been other places Kentucky undertake carry this plan into arrivedt Spring fieldV l1st 1909 until November 28th could the first sale be held a took considerabe get tljd farmers to try this entirely new VentureS I- frbis sale and the success of was a startling It longer required coaxing to put tobacco the warehouse floor During this experimental season nearly one million lbs were at pricsVmost all concerned VVThe Leaf was ced a success v The Co hcuse Co decided to build a I 11 I SPECIAL IDIICEIITSJVI tgb g offered herein i I ladiessLSuit and Cloaks iff- Mens Suits 3fid Ovcfcoats I t I Ladies Childrens I Hosiery Gloves Scarfs Shawls Fascinators uto IIandIJS and Scarfi J tjS I assortuItable inensandTiapkiiis I handkerchiefs hdVVbags hat pinsand F lV Xmas Novelties v v i I VIto Show Goods Heret7 I The Iobertson= 1 Claybraoke Coj INCORPORATEDV VV U regularsales house for the next seasdn 1909 and was also UarndVV During this second season ueaVly i006000 lbs were sold at fnjkentucKyfnj fngton cudtyV sprang as bv magic into A tobacco making the notico v Seeing that the Loose ieaf 411ed a long wantand had come stay ftiwas patent aWf that ampler facilities were needed lo handle the weed trib utary to the town the Washing ton Co Warehouse Co increased iils capacity putting up a large plant for the American t goooo QHOO Absolute Sale OFV V5 x Millinery Busihess 1V- g i 8T CJosei my Millinery business allVgoodsifl 9 istore than Cost Handsome Pattern Hats just left A l than costcAli Readytowear OtherV 9 t3TlClOf Hats price 0 All trimmings Velvets Feathers Wings 0 Flounces go in Bargain Closing I88i i MissWilhei OttQ- VV1 O H XXXOCO OCXHXKHH H oQOO Springfield Tobacco r in Sptingfield enterprising looking the of establishing Loose as done in in sh1mgtotijto execution in November but not it persuasion to it revelation no on sOld satisfactory tJ Loose pronoun VVWashingtoil Ware h n i j Mens and Knit ware of market older marketsVtnk felt to to by A 6 a etc Tobacco Co BD Lake made extensive improvemetits tohis plant already a large one andIi two live business men C Camden and Luther A Burns decided to build a third ware house to be 1tniuvnkasVPhe SpringQeid This Warehouse located om the main thoroughfare Ort le best equipped ir the State of Kentucky I am a member being O W Camden L A 3urns and W JStem Quisenberr5lfprospects bas Decided to cast his Jot with sand building the fourth warehouse These advantages should bring tobaccoto4 Springfield froth Washington andcad joining coun ties for one hundred miles making Springfield tobacco maT ket second to nonein theBurley district l I ABRAM SYDNQR 1 t r Notice 1 All persons knowing them selves itiflebted to the estate of J E Harmon Bankrupt Wiljj caIloihe ndersi rrned or JosephJ 6 Poliu and settle same at once as itisueccessary to close up the businesSVlit once l ITruteaJ land and c irv-4iVVVV5QALrto WHEN WE CV E WOOL j f 1j t wool just woot add ifO only WOOL High Artr not cotton mixed cotton j VVfixed Cast stieepee Of trtrany other kind ejk and you cant detect thr orSshrid ottOI1L jtwool is foundation faJM i kiovercoat High taitenaff is superstructure Our VS pric rare tboufk tkeyktNf down oil parloiffloor iWhen buyflHi BArt yritylinings tailoring with HihAft Sufis InithArtOCs JI 135 shtiw bglioe of seat Overcoats tiIQW valuesV SlJJOJJ tpr VS i- 150 Burley TobaccoFair 50 I I t Given by the Washington Co Tobacco I wareHu C 0At SPRINGFlELD KYV II BATEANJSTQIJINCBD IjOATBR t Jr 1st 2nd Sri 250Best tj sr25QBestBest Trash 250 2 50 IV SiJcG good medium Jiands tied together compose a sample S od J in Ydur samples and come and lItS talk tobacco If YOU d ts exhibit write at ipnce entrance Everybody 1I to attend no charges whatever Our warehouse llocated 0 t te r I is owned expYsell c I Bring your tobacco to Old House ge liiftijlit pnes f7Plenty of stable and shed room FREE 1 BOHANNON j LEVOBT MANAGER AND AUCT1ONER jI H ii to I GMFBflU11II t f tt S A nlcR Leather Davenport from 1500 t 3l Bite t Or Sideboard I ClinaCIosetI2000to pQlrI4IDining Table w 500to VV Set6I hV 4 eo iiQq h AVOO I Half OOqRack v 150 tof14ii l i 2cOdd C hair fqr Hall or Reception 1 vr I tRoom rvu 2 toikf t180Ij ODMmlsDresstng Table mahogany or j oak 1000 I Pedbtlls Vi5Qth 1000 Folding Beds 15odli tlO Library and Parot Tableso 109 9irf j BookCases 10 IliA y tov I I Picture for any your lji v family the larJRfest assort 4 ever shown i 75 to i i 1000 IIlRenV Rugs per cent V r At than anybody 2 to 4 Z- I VniCeVof Childrens Bockers r vi N z- i High Chairs and Combinations 100toA f 4 I I We are better prepared thk nam lsupply your wants and wkkout aay advaas I price Come irt and aee Jot jrourMJf 1 Leachman Campbell Sheriffs Sale For Tues f By virtue of taxes due the State of Kentucky Washington court ty years indicated b l wJor OM of mydeputies will on 1 VMONDAYoffer for sale at Court House don- in Springfield Kythe property jjkw scribed below or flo much tberwC as will satisfy and coat t v J J Brush Grove Precinct Wv Itt 40 acres of listed in the Bigyif John Heflard and cost fdf thyssri- O5 876 y ii 35 acres of land listed in tHn M ef Robert Baker et iMlveari9Q59O4 rBYRON CAKEr JKJtwcrJ3yKd1ll j st SAY 1 JEt Vwe mean Clothes ire or l Of at theuiV j a ad Jf Ptire l suit or Art the roof you Cloth trimmings and honor S5tf30t Ii We aiso a ana Special r1 i I raU us No the and T i tg 10 00 h Be 00 u to r JQ OO oieinber of I 50 00 V to and foe the the the tax tax tax 1 all V tIe the the fee TTrSrVti PHaIrLEy proWWr etuVwoV j sd Ja brsSUUlt bcVthS urtkVbs utSjwi TWnOtiM te imr weW iTonr 4VfO M MtYBtiWM 4M 1s Is- th tim tIVHT ehofeqr eMhta Mktt iteLM M a tV tip II bS- CaNN ia Mi ths kir hi v Ii i9I4VVfViIastsNVa7thIM la v W Vro aattWV bw1VMSrV ratiMY- MVO asVjVPOtVObs iw s 1tr tM egrag 1JwU 14V mVwrMM VbthJ M4 rta la VV55y Oa bVtbflaxssi bkd VVths IW n Henuut febiirini U II r r I Ill TAS TBAU STAR 1 I t JitJ Jv J4mfiy McGevtrn Crack Quarterback j i6i tH irork ot any Hinne t ii i yarttcalar the tecent game tn and Maroon in 3AI Uni inst defeat oUttjjn tborojh1y and powerfully bjeUjiMi and deltaM The 1400 fjbMir nMil UM the lighter Ma 1 iMrtti Aront iaU cfcreda 6r shoved J It tt way a4 then turned 4 pssst das a1tt waIlwhen at y mmrmr tfceTtlutflf Haroo offense JVVI teek fleiV IMtheagile and f rlJ iKrtf J ftTeo1F set for the t r TIM ltbMLtlOn r 1 QM 47 a farmer drove Into town wWliiiloM produce ud apeKt 1r Wtl jV4y aad part of the theII t pli iifwrWal coMpanlons On gT kirpr JM f11r Mleep and his tfo e im coiatact with a tree 1 iigfj tin roadBlie startling the horses w a Writ ot apecdi They broke IwT a4 wet clattertng dOWlI the f M UL Tke farafr alept on He was f UMM feiuMl jMzt siorning at daylight i7a brMcero orselacL J l McicLUed out the Wlrt arryouaEd what are bereTV bDrsem9JLII t it i TJ e fanaer jeered up 1 tW rot iIi a 4aaed way I Mir a7 BaJQe to Rogers and Ive leetjiMaiiei be apam of kOTSSV t h pt down f hla4 seat t ItItffEfi WHtWem Heare a Appreciated r fltvMMK ecd ITU discussing the etkic4r ifer apiieeVinaklng It was a 1 ecbbaWjstenedIlletea to jiif cfcea you kitpy and v turn aMM falrpUy Well Im fla4 iMMMMilvcAiMeif I hadnt1 rio M pIebest- w1Hu piCTefer heard And now said e niftier jmt g we were all ready S to l8fe to I4dy Godlva wawrfceil wbea ake waa returning t from his 214I Ill diawthgVflgjy eiothL- The LItraryMan- WMa I get borne where I l1veat I will remove my wifes new bat from rr jay desk JHL my daughters sock and my we t TMibya building blocks three 9tpl e thread tOme tatting frames Va Iwjc or twof cutout games some acteeera and my wifes new waists a box of tacks and some tooth paste Kieec book kafl a sewing kit some aI rter tWt iaf Wife has wrk some ap y le 55155tbe Wdsjput there oneor t twp wads of handmade hair a bottle ff Jp 2 C Hoe polish too a hair brush and baby shoe some stockings that are i wertk a darn a skein or two ot darn Be yarn a picture book or two or three a picture babe has drawn for me a rubber ball a piece of gum jj picture postcards and a drum vfli 4o all that when I get home and Jtitie write an Immortal pome that will kkve winbupiedqubiecrossedIf all j yeadl are not lost Houston c m MTn IWMJI Ira 4Ht fckiHd ij QjrcrWark ltlihy KUwjs sake Inmre Hood J k and nbealthy kk1nys nxe re- 1 u1beformachsickneiuidnffriiir trouble to continue serious to may need at they do n1o tl1nd r I Vyoerk are weak or oat of order iv yes tawbody ia and how every organ aecdfc to fail to do its If y m are aide or begin the pet kidney remedy Kitmtrt A trial wUlcoh 1Ji vio41e1 Hi great meritt v rjj s1d and immediate effect i i MM J oot the great kidney afc2 f dstbVW Jid1dI rojtoriBg properties have beeh frorot in iboaa drof the ttiOQ distressi I kr MM a jttedicine TOU j wvetM bcsc- in onedo l Ir rJ Yonrna3 IknMpebottltIi IIS iherer ielikidnjermitted likelyitoorgans Hnetsattentiontmt i ciijliowquickIyycurcnatfected dutyVfeelbadlyV SwafflpRoot VX ItVhighetbecauseitsrehiarkab1e Ir IfVoitBeed atttnd ilifk t iMI tY Iv lcilmet fnake an ie j1Vna1etyon j next play beCpre the present one was determined and the end rubs of Me Govern and Johnston and the cross bucks of Stevens and Rosenwald seldom failed to gainogroundf McGovern was everywhere He tore off run after run ol good size fooled the Maroons at every point and kept the Gopher speed at top notch Once he gut away for 60 yards The bril liant quarterback who earned a place on last years AllAmerican w strthe t prize terror throughout and ndt the leaSt of his achievements was his headwork in solving some of Chicagos i f tdefensiveIormaUonsVHeine rr Inj coaching the Cornell varsity back field By the way is there any diminution in the Dumber of flying 1aekJesusedI The loss of Earl Pickering is MUSI lug considerable worry in the Gopher iOmclai nffcoaches and players in grasping the new rules Captain Dean is playing at quarter fqr the Badgers isarid infusing new life into the team Isnrt It lucky theres no such thing as a national commission for football But then there is the rules committee Spme day when we have lots of time and space we will try to compare foot ball teams by scores not until then Football players complain of their troubles with the new rules Still t SjjV dont have to read explanations ofN them in the papersV P- In view of tile seasons happenings It doesnt seem as if It were all Fred Spelks fault that Purdue didnot have a winning team last year Michigan football players are said bywrmfgllIngmany orators says Yost looI The new football rules dont seem andbreadthJured to any great extent Doming apd Vansinderen twq of Yales first string of backs been dropped back tf the havet Qn 1A1 game will never be a success until the L rules of the American college and English Rugby games are combined Football experts the west Over are agreed that the fault of the team lies in the forward MnrOonI men are said to be1 Comparison of baseball and football ticket scalping doesnt look so bad for the diamond game when It Is learned that a ticket to the YaieHar iI yard game sold for 50V It used to be quite the thfng to wager a team would not score but i restksuch abet now is regarded as Aa sucker V An eniinent statistician asserts that 99 per cent of the Injuries suffered in football this yeaer are bonflnedfo the arms aid legs of playrsqe lIar cent being of a serious and lasting nature Any time that the University of Chi cago students get the blues by watch IJng the Work of their football war riors they might turn to the Cables l which tell hoW the baseball nine fs winning In the Orient I IWFollowing Ralph Wll 1Indnounced that football will be disconJ WUJsonl according to Dr D C Todd secretary of the athletic board who holds the rieTT rules responsible fore the death u Tale of a Bird tjeountrytj some eggsfromn 4ider a slUing hengbelonging to hbPTi TWhoandJbegan to reprove him when he brokq J In ITheI qld me Now tell me how many egfg did low tak Th f ialWeilt w ttelljVjjjjjVjj t j VV EASY LIFE IN SWISS PRISON 14 fe Muchi Luxury That Cetwieta Have Little Desire te E capitccnt at Samtn iafedon Prison life In Switzerland Is a luxury Instead of a punishment The comic opera jail at Thorburg where the inmates did as they pleased has only recently been suppressed by tile Berne aut orldies yet details are published of t slmUlr institution at Sarnen In the canto e Qswald Sarnen ta apparently an lleaf penal resort for t1ehappycrmlnalswhoa- reseJ1tenced to terms of detention In that Institution have a far better time than hundreds of freeL Swiss citizens who are forced to earn their breadV A A correspondent of a lausanne pa per states that he was passing through Sarnen when he saw a number Of men dressed in dark blue clothes with white stripes walking about the vil lage smoking and joking andtsomt I ner carrying bricks for the cojnstruei tion of a new building To his astonishment the correspondent found that theraen were convicts from the can tonal prison close by I These convicts were permitted tc leave th orison early in the mornlnj and find work around Sarnen pr wall about the country until nightfall when they return of thejr own accor to tfie prison i They are unaccompanied by war dens and there Is nothing to prevent their escaping but they are far tQo comfortable to think of relinquishing tbeli7luarters for they have as much mfraloverWho choose to work can be spent as they like One convict who is em pl yed as a gardener bra lo4ll agis trate sends his monthly salary to his wlfeand children t Two or three convicts escapedr several weeks ago but they eventual y returned to the prison In a half fain ished condition and after beJng severely reprimanded they were allowed to return to their apartments EARLY RISI NG BAD FOR SaYS Londoner Maintains That Children Up Before Sunrise Are Usually Dull During Day Londbtf The old Idea that it is gdbdiifor boys to get up early and hue Ue about was vigorously assailed at a public inquiry at Spring gardens Into the London county council bylaws regulating the employment of children under fourteen Among the witnesses was Mr Jack man a London county council headmaster who said employment in bar objectioriI racingr up early were liable to be dull during the day It was he continued unnjuraT for boys to goo+o bed at 730 hr the eve ning It was dangerous JoBealth to get up early in the cold winter morn- Ingsj To sarIHs not natural for bays to- go to bed at 730 is beside the point a doctor said Commenting on the- evidencelTbe natural thing to do JIJi to sleepwhen you are tired and get oip when you wake Children of foJ1ItceIant quite nine hours sleep and should not have tp work so that their systems are A overtaxed If1eYdoit is qUkepiobable that getting up in the dark on raw winter mornings will particularly rwhen they have to trudge through snow and slush give rise to bronchial land lung trpuble They are knot in a condition to resist chills Buityou never e tofa well fed boy who rises with th dawn to go out anytarmand It is wicked to overwork them Overworked children are failures as adults physically if not riientally FAt MEN ARE ALWAYS HAPPY No ffeavyyveigHts Among Criminals or DyspeptlcsrAII Are Thin S Quimby yIBo tonBetatand youll be pysays W DQuimby haJJj the Fat Mens club of NeV Although I am not much of a his torlan jl can assure you the history 1factsi larg anl the insurance companies in particular Didyqumitting a crime Of course you didnt for They never d0 It Crimes t as a rule are committed by men weighing between 118 and 148 Very few criminals weigh oyer 180 and crimeby men weighing over two hun dred Is practically unknownIYou never see a fat man drunk They dont get drunk The reason Is not thatt they can hold more liquor they have no unnatural craving for it And right here lies the fundamental difference between the two The thin man has difficulty In digesting moro than 30 per cent Dyspepsia Is to be found among thin men riot tat i SuperstitionjThbmpson who is tp be married to Captain Vandeleur is bidding dehanco to the thirteen superstition by has ing 13 attendantsthree little tonters and ten bridesmaids trikI Couldnt Understand It This stock said the promoter is fully paid up and nonasse sable Well its fully paid up replied the man who was inexperienced in Itwantwho paid it up JIVVA Geographical Loss Cot Cecil Lyon Republican ilational- ommItteeman from Texas want tto Mexico City with a friend of his on OTC occasion and while he was there at lntora teniceht limit poker game ltwJltea his friend was the banker ke colonel won 28 6ut his friend payment until they iJad re turned to their home In Texas Then e gave the colonel 14 How about this asked Lyon Well you see explaine g the friend you won 28 In Mexico here one American dollar Is worth wo in the currency those people use i onsequently ou get only 1fcsi2 Popular MagazineV L Temporary Hit Quickly Did you ever stop to think oI the many ways in which iperfect oliheater Is of value y ll WI ntto SIeepWith your win dow open 1n wInter you can let sticIentI heat from an oil heater while you undress ttwnitht and then turn it off Aoolv match IsIInvaluable IInits capacity of qUI kly giving heat Apply a match and It Is hn t always sh ws the amount of oil in the font Jt has an Uaa lie spreader prevents the made built for service and yet light and ornamental Dealt s Evtrywurt If sal el unit for dcicrfptbe the 1Uartstal ICY of the Oil lr p4VARE MEN WORE EMOTIONAL 1 Charles M Alexander Evangelist Says Women Are Harder to Arouse Than Male Sex Chicago women are less emotional 1tban Chicago men t111 easier to make the men in an audience sing than the women This was the verdict of Charles M Alexander singing evangelist of the Chapman AIexandet revival after a weeks Wdr in Chicago Psychology to- the contrary the visiting singer Holds to his contention that su nIs the case in this city and attributes much of the succeA of the revival thus far conducted to the enthusiasm g ner ated in the men The hardest thing in my work here In Chicago said Mr Alexander Is to arouse the women to song The men respond much more readily but the women are hard to reach I dont know why it is but that is the case here The way I get to the hearts of an audience oflbusiness men is to talk to them just like you wouW to a group of bays Speak simply and you can make more of ah Impression than If you attempt any eloquent flourishes k iPeople ask me why it Is that I t can get the song out of an audience that I dohe flriiled Ill tell you how I do it You wst get on a mutual basia with every one in the crowd You must sing to the individual and reach every one You reach every person In thQ audience just as if by a wireless message IBehJnd all this I attribute the sue cess my JWork to the firm convic f1nthat I bavebe explained jl- go heart arid soul into each meeting realizing that no service will bring any lasting results wjthut the rousing heartreaching gospel music It is the life of any evangelistic meet tog Knowing thhf and the great good that attends my effort I can work unceasingly rlGENIUS WHO DIED UNHONORED Common Soldier Described Plan of IBattfo to Napoleon Who Probably Lost a Marshal During one of the Italian campaigns on the eve ofa great battle a ejommon soldier stepped out of the I1neiastheY often did with the old republican liberty and said Citizen general r know how you will beat them tomor row ihd he began to describe a plan of Napoleon swiftly Interrupted him Be quiet you scoundrel The sol dler was describing word for word I Napoleons own plan of battle which ihe thought was utterly unsuspected by anybodyefseThe the battle he sent for the soldier ho had noted hlrf regis lalenthadsoldier and he bad probably lost a marshal I Lisbon In epys Times Pepyss Diary gives an unflattering picture of the Lisbon court in his talkedJfrom Portugal rtio told him it was rl very poor dirty place I mean the city and oit of Lisbon That there ar no glass windows nor will they have any That the king has his meat sent up by a dozen of guards and in plpkiils sorpetimes1to his own thbtandsoinetlmes nothing but fruits and now and thep half a hen And now that the Infanta is become Our she Is come to have a whole hen or gooso to her table which Js not ordinary Some few mpnfhs later when some Portu aIl lady had themIfarthingales a strange dress I find nothing in them that Js pleasing and I see they have learnt to kiss and look freely up and down already and I do believe will soon forget the recluse practise of their own countvry Lon don Chronicle r Absurd MUkman Dr Harvey W Wiley the govern tionOne Ingenious chap defended the use of chemical preservatives All preservatives were chemicals he claimed sdlt which preserved bacon and mackerel was a chemical and therefore borxor asilcyllc acid should be no more dreaded in them elves than salt j It made me laugh that defense It ijemlnded me in its absurd impudence of the milkman to whom customer said Why do you persist hputtthg water in your milw j But do you 101f anything cheaper sir the t milkman asked ofbedaldrlybreakrutbelorethe j heat can get Immediate warmth an oil heater and then turn itoff fromI thep1anoInhave warmth from an oil heater while he plays t and then turn it off ohaswinicrsandthenEItFE TOJSMOKELESS Ahelxfelysinkejesl lrltM safqSmokelautomatlclocklag which anddropbackqulcklvUnscrewyrs etmtftr to Standard Companyheerporattd oiraUpnsA lazy queen InI iLIi IPiP1UN JfcrsAND 1JiAS London has wo municipal goil courses Prighgm and Nottingham one each Edinburgh tn and Glas gow three 11f the University of Chicago base b1Il team opened theCyes of Japan fans what will Jimmy McAleers All Star nine do in 1911JMajor Delmar fb9 Und George a 205 lare earning their board borsesatJockey Henry Horner Who rode 38 winners out of 54 mounts at SL Peteissf burg and Moscow Russia has return I ed to Am rlcaHe will ride in the Czars domains next silmmer for ji salary of 5uOO William Fife the English yacht der signer has accepted a ontract to build raclngBqho6ner capable of defeating the Americanbuilt yawl Westward whlfAjr won at Kiel and Cowes The proB ectiveownets name FifeIrup for salaryI ofItrue tht every American boy cannot become a great baseball pitcher some jmay fail just snort of the mark and be preidetS Chicago Dally News DocT Whites baseball quartet of Sheckard Hofman Joss and himself wilt not be on the vaudeville stage this winter Wives of the jfiilaye s thought they ought to hear their hus bands singing around home part of the year and the argument wonWhlte findgIves MADE INSANE BY AThLETICS College Boy of Noted Ancestry sur fers Through Ambition to Be come Famou s as Athlete Samuel J Randall LanbasterVon of Charles C Lancaster a prominent lawyer who practises In the supreme court at Washington Is suffering from dementia In the Hood Wright lice pital ifew York He Is a member of the Pennsylvania university football team 1byt It was Lancasters ambition to be come a great runner to lower run ning records and do many other thingS that would In him fame An eptrr in his diary read i Get in good condition on track team so that you can wiua medallion T The young man Is a grapdaon of the famous Samuel J Randall Trainer Welch Is Stricken Thomas Welch one of the best known trainers of race horses in thlS country is seriously ill of Ipcomotor GravesendWelch f fillyBashtldkys ago ai Baltimore This jmarkj is found on every bottle of the genuine t Sc ttsEmulsion the standard Cod Liver OH preparation of the world Nothing equals it ta build up the weak and wasted bodies of young aiiiId t FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGIsTs l Send lCcname of paper and this adCfor CJipdSkctchnQk a Good Luck Fenny SCfeTT A BOWNC 409 Pwl StN iJjV loon THINGS EATEN Few People Aware xjhatt Musk rats Are Good L1Pork Js Important Article of Food with Jmgfosixons ant Te tonfcI Peopfle lndlanj Eat Snakes and GrasshoppeflCl NewYorkP and imccoon ore generally considered prett goOd eating In the United States by folks stho wouldnt dream bf tasting tW9od chuck And yet says a writer Inthe American Boy the woodchuck iIsfai more cleanly In habits and dIet and Is far better eating than either of yie former Few people are aware that muskrats are good to eat and still mOre rare Is the mali who eats Jjkunkt yet both of these animals are excellent If properly cooked Pork Is an important articleofl food with ngloSax9n and Teutonic pee pies and yet there ai4 whole races which regard it as absolutely unfit for human cpnsumptljcml The AmeK lean Indians eat many things which seem strange to the white man mol them being snakes Jlzards and grasshoppers f Snakes are not at all bad once pee pie can overcOme their natural preju dice and lizards arje Beaten In many parts of the world Grasshoppers are said to make excellent soup to be good fried or roasted and many In dian tribes dry them and grind them into flour Crlckets are also dried and ground into meal by Oregon and California Indians and ants are used tp a large extent as food by Indians and African tribes The SamOan islanders are very fond of a species of marine worm which appears periodically at their islands and the natives l aveaU other occupations to gather the harvest of worms In Japan ferns of several kinds are eaten toagrgat extent while burdock Is raised extensively or the tuberous roots and seaweeds ot various kinds form an important article of diet On the American coast there areV numerous edible seaweeds but few people are aware that they aria edible ll nutritious In fact the value of sea animals and plants as food is 1W tie known and many a white man would starve to death where an Asiatic or South Sea islander would find abundant food It cast away on an oceanic island Crabs shrlmp sea shells in fact nearly every marine creature Is edi ble while the gigantic holothurians or sea cucumbers so abundant In many tropical seas are considered a great delicacy by many races and the industry of gatfier ng dryjrig and shinjftig these is very important In the Malaysian and Australian waters tttied and prepared for market these creatures are known as becbe demer and bring a jgood price In the Japanese Chinese Greek and southern European markets Tie octqpus or devilfish Is also eaten extensively In China Japan Greece and West Indies and when this repulsive tlookfng creature is pounded into a pulp apd made into soup it Js really excellent In the West Indies the natives are fond of the great tree lizards known as iguanas These creatures often grow to five or six feet in length and the moat is white tenkeraz3d flavored YiInjna- tive land frog which Is considered a delicacy by natives and European visitors alike These big tropical frogs are eaten whole and are either frled1 broiled or stewed and taste so much like Chicken pr qualj they are chtckenjwhen snails and slugs as dainties of the highest order while pickled arth worms are a cjbmmpn relish in south era Europe and Asia In New Zealand there occurs a grub which lives in the earth and which Is often affected by a fungous growth that springs frbm the grubs necked pushes Upward to the surface of the earth These worm growh mush rooms ire gathered and eaten and are said to Ito very delicious when properly cooked Doubtless many Other insects are edible and the Chinese even devour the chrysalids of the silkworm after Ulesl1kJs unwound frbm the cocoon 1jEVERYBODY TO USE AIRSHIPS MolBsant Says Flying Is Easy and That Planes Will Soon Be As Numerous As Autos New York John B Molsaant American aviator declares that learn- Ing tp guide an aeroplane is about as easy as learning toridea bicycle or tb walk stilts There Is no great msJeoor 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