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airf 75 p Sunday School eve n maday at 930 am Pray rmeetiD fery Tww4 T cyeotBir at445oq1oc w j t CHRISTIAN CtfURCH- f f Rev W F Wolf Pastor Ser ccs first ati foii tf Siinda3 fuudajJ r IGi Ht c m 1ti j II KIEaJti j i 110181IIIDIlta 0 Au1IIOATAMOWIIG UARANFMD JAxp4cmRY p Ai 1i oN1rwDoCD J tFruit and Shade1 A JjtjJ LEo i I J jj for Orcharl a1rn l Writs osCsts1s Noasnbs-jj Y il LiiLtPuLffL LHingtoIt xy- L Jr 1aga V jr i i l 1 t 7Jffi NEWSti3ADI3R 1d Ar Jt Sb ln Forf o vanitLf Greatnei thy name is Not only were the remin of ti llrdmiti bI l lDe tin an express wa lon at the home of his magajfij 1 I ceat mataritf with no citizens committee to do reverence to a memory fragrant with genius1T but neither was there y provide a burial permit no friend to P1thefuneralexpeDse By contributions only Apparent lyy any of them from those who 11W him not in lifej but in death reverenced him morethan many who had called him friend was it mwwie possible to save frOm jirjatbythecity thel form of the man who has for two genera tionsjreftected upon xGov inglon and upon Kentucky ayeIupon the United States the J of a magnficent mentality the glow qta grand character The news from Govington is thai aturday there was taken a col 1JctioQ among the people of that town to provide for the expenses of John Griffin CarKsleV last ritee And who wag John Griffin uotJi worth while to enumerate many gears Representative in Con gre e Speaker of the House then UQi d Sates Senator and afterward Secretary of th rea fury This after he had fheld position alter position of fronor in the service of his conntrs LruT state at home Qne I the 6retH itatesnju pojpt ol taiquTit in the coun tJfyB history A lawyer wjth oqta superior who had earned millions and received thousands out to put them quickly tto cir culation again A genius a 4eitleinan great of head and great jtf heart he died apparent ty impoverished to bis last doll tar and seemingly without a friend having at once the willing ness and financial ability td do for him graciously and gracefully in the sacred secrecy of a love that loves after death the las tender office of placingvhis poor broken form in his only six feetI jf Kgl Cincinnati Tim s Star Po rced To Leave Home Evety year a large number of poor Sufferers whose lungs are core and rack notherclimate tayBpryou 1ejlilt cured me of lung trouble wrltHWR Nelson of Calomine Ark when all else failed and I gained 47 pounds in weight Its surely the King of all cough and lung cures Thous andsins positively guaranteed for Coughs Jpkte LaGrJppe Asthma Croup all rhroat and Lung troubles 50c and JLOO Trial bottle free at Haydon iRobertson PUBLIC SALE I will at my farm 3 miles north if Spririgfield on tturday Icellh1Jere 10O 19tJ AT 1 66LOCK P M Offer for sale to the highest idder the following personal jropertY r 1 2yeafold horse 1 jerse3h ow a good one 40 nice you ng uckboard 1 2horse wagon 5 inshels of shelled oats 1 good vheelbarrow 3 stacks of hay 1 reech loading shot gun house told furniture consisting of 2 bed sleds 1 lounge B feather beds 1 niee book case 1 ward robe 1 table some bed clothing afe and press 6 chairs 1 rock ng chair 2 sets of hom make ilver spoons 1 set of silver cnives and forks fruit jars etc j E dS AtI sumSllq4er 11t nsh Over that amount on a credit of 6 months note with good personal secuiity bearing inter te It a 6 per cent and payable in either bank will be required BEN EDWARDS S Oaf 1J AH t5neerf i POSTED i i All parsons are hereby notified tto taka warning thai Iwill prose Cjute any and all persons found hunting pn my premises Buford Neikirk r Get tke geHuine Foleys Honey an- dITar ia the yellow package It tIs safe aW eJTtctlve Contains rio I BaydoItR L BETTER ROADS A Digestof PropsedNew Rod Lawffor IKeri tucky The following summary 6f the proposed new road JaworKen- uckv has been prepared for he Times by H A Sommers of EUzabethtpfrnj member of the Kentucky GOOd Roads Associa tion Better turnpikes and metal pboUtthat they will be built nodethe plans and specifications of a com Pete t civil engireer andnot paid for until they have built as dncctedi The tax of five c nts on the Ihundred dollar win jbo llargely P aid by Louisville and other rich counties the railroads and other c tStateyhejrnorest JDonweaJthcandr wlupon it foi as largea sumaSI the richest county It will lead to the building of turnpike roads in thii ty or forty counties in the Sta e that now have not a mile of su broads iin them as pay the State tax without getting a of toe benefit of it 1Tha8tate tax of fiye cents on dollar will yield 5QOOdO and the c untIes put r5nngpSifhmtte States SI will lbe lfOOO000 more eI000 a yearwiIl ijauili from 1900T to 1200 miles of turnpikes a year and in ten years wiflcover tbe State with splendid roads By requirinj all counties to evy a rcad taxto maintain roads after they are built will force about seventyfive counCijto abandon the warntnin of hnds as the only way thejy now work roads atd insure batter roads in road maintenance By rt quiring tbej State Commissioner to bea cijrl engipeor removes the office as far from Ppolitics as possible and insures competency i Counties re allowed t ouild- roads1nd r contract system or under direction of the Road Commissioner put in either case the roads must be built accord ling to State plans and specifica before theState money isi aid J The maximum amount that any county cab receive anyone year from the State is 10 000 which iis 2 per cent ottbe entire- mouutof the tax and the poor est county can receive this much las well as the richest The pi pvfslon which leaves the amount of State aid from I onethird to onehall the cost of roads was put in for the benefit of the counties where the assess ed wealth is less thin 3OOQQ004 It bad to be put in this form to be constitutional The jcouniies with wealth under 3000000 willili get half the cost of toadS from thei State and counties with wealth over 3000000 vi ill get onethird the cost The provision of the measure which allows the Fiscal Court to iincrease the road tax which iis hmi edto twentyifive cents on he hundred dbiljars to forty cents was jpjrimi ily put in tile measure f5rthe benefit of the countiesl which already have a god system of turn ike but are unable with the present t maximum caxto keep them in good repair It will also operate in a great advantage in the Very poor counties which will find the maximum levy necessary in many cases in order to prop erly work all their roads and to lorStatealdlitl thefcouLties in order to get the benefit of State aid The coun ties are only required to levy a j tax for road maintenance the j ampunt being left to the discre CourtIthe and bene not any piriieiilar section with no jokers in it It is also brief ajqd will be pasily understood The State tax is a vary small one No one will feel five cents on the hqndred dollars and it will bring richer returns than any tLa1x money that the State leVies vIf Kentuckcidcpts it itwill be sfmplv ollowing thirtytwo S1swhicbalready have simi Tar 3tatet ad liws- Tho Countj Judges in appointing thflir delegates to the Good Roads Congress which meets in Lpnis villa to consider this measure should appoint the must in telligenti good roads advocates in the the codnty so that if there amy changes tobe mad Jn the bill they will be improvements c9ulsin Times 4 Reac filn thep1t fn any callInigo life demands a vIg- orous body dad keen brain Without health there isno success But E lee t n the gcatest health builder worldhW known It compels perfect action stomach llyer kidneys bowels purifies and enriches the blood tones and Invigorates the whole nystem and endbles yon to stiii the wear and tear of your daily work After months of suffering from kidney trouble1 writes W M Sherrb n of Cushiqg Methree bottles Of Electric Biters makeme reel Hke a new manS 60c at Haydon Robertson During the electrical storm Sunday afternoon the residence of vEd Rogers on Central Avenue was struck and sadly damage abd both he and his wife made narrow escapes with their lives The olthitthehouse in ji cupola and scatterred four wavs tearing much of the weather boarding and fraiqe work into splinters The damage js eatii mated severall hundred dollars fully corered by insurance Mr Rogers escaped fromdeath from the forked terror was I of the eye llash variety A few miniites be fore the flash came be had gone iinto his back yard to loose hisi dbg which was fasstened byl a chain Justas he had finished and started away the terrific bolt came and seems to have com pletly demolished the chain not a trace of it has been fonud any WhereMrs Rogers was al so shBcked and was paralyzed by the hock for several minutes E Town News If NoticeI I jpayirfg purchasedl an interest in the firm of Cunningham Duncan jl take this me ins off notifying my friends and patrons that I will be glad fusee my friends and will errant them all the favors in my power Thank ing you for past favors and So JicitiniJ YOu future patronage fIII beg to remain Sincerely yours Wm B Wharton C CMc1IORDR Bing Boomed For a Place vonInterst4merce Commission f i ashintph TDec 1 When Iesdej Taft at thp beginning jp next weekj completes the 1q ting of hit jnewage to Con g ess he wilUake up the consideration of some remarkable iindorsement giving Charles 0 McChordj of Louisville for a place on the Interstate Commerce Commission This was an flOunced at the White House to iYA majority of the R4ilfl road Commissioners of the United Stales have wrIttento the Presi dent requesting tint Mr Mc Chord succeed tto the place left vacant by the expiration early this month of the term farmer Senator F M Cockrell of Missouri v It cannot be said that Mi Ale Chord is a candidate for the brOU8ht1IDoomoy among friends Mr McChord was twice the president of the Nationall Association of Stats Railroad Com tmissionerstucky State Rnilroad Commis sion and since his retirement from the commission some y ars ago be has been practicing law in Louisville Unofficiajly Mr McChord is the candidate of the Nationall Ass iciationli of Railroad Com ersuin2cuT- I f Ir ship it having heed only at his request that the association did not pass a a formal resolution in favor of hit selection for the place by the President i 4uirethentCockrella uccessor must bOa suClrerinllhe Unitgd States Senate in Missouri was appointed to the place wLicli was created for him by former President Roosevelt five years ao He iis 76 years old and while his work has been pf a character that has elicitedi much favorable comment its Said that he will be retired and a younger man succeedS him Kentucky is in the same gnetral district and the fact that many State oflBcials outside Kentucky the en tite Kentucky congressional delegation the Railroad Com missioners of every State maty life insurance company presi dents and other prominent men have endorsed Mr McChord makes him a candidate of much prominence In fact noon else was mentioned here today ex cept McChord and Cockrell Cockrell Isa great favorite with the elder members of the Senate and a hard fight will be make for him j While not actively seeking a pace on the Interstate Corn merce Commission to succeed former Senator JBY M Cockrell of Missouri whose term as Diem ber expireatbis month Charles C McChord of Louisville i ho is favorably mentioned as the sucseFsor tp Senator Cockrell was highy pleased last night WashingtonIre made to President Taft Be said tie had received assurances S T j r THE SPRINGFIELD LOOSE LEAF TOBCGO WREHUU8E One of tIe largest and best lighted houein Ken lucky will be ready dopen for the sale of Tobacco V t hursday December 11910 The Springfield iis new and uptodate and willl extend to iits patrons every attention and iccomradatibn and guarantees r t HIGHEST POSSIBLE PRICE I ever Y pile of tobacco placed niits floor4 The ou e is under the manait IIfor warehousemen of long experience and proven ability who willie that Iyour i tiret is protracted v Sales be nThurday December lat and continue Bring your tobacco to The Springfield When you will alw1cJailYtheteafterI from each rneei of tltefinn you will not oI R alIown ccow ell but you will b helping to makSpringfield one of the big Imark0fS1te ItI t I i lloJIt i = t i rf support from Senators and- epresentativEs of macy States IQfr the Union as well as from many oof the me bers of State RUroad Commissions of the States and while ht had refined to accede to thiir requests Jin the way of actively seeking the position he jrn elated pver the indorsementsi tendered to PresTcfenft Taft by his numerous Irlends In railroidiana shippng circles throughout the country Mr McChord regarded as one of lthe best informed men on rates from the membership on the Kentucky Railroad Commission jbeI has been called frequently into confeieace by the State Commission for information on jimportant questions JFoV twelvayears Mr McUhord was chairman of the Kentucky Commission and twice during that time he WAS chosen pres dent of the NatinalAsscIation oll Railroad Comnmsionera by a unanimous vote of the members off thecqmmissiohsthef forty three Stat sQthe Union com 1prising th e National Associatiop as well as by the unanimous vote of the members of the Interstate ICdmmercQ Commission allot wjibm baintaJQ membership in he National rAsspclation Ii CommisonersSak t urtKIWm uitYIJa of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the special November term t Jp T Ltyet ceI shall proceed to otter for sale pn the premises in Washington county Ky on FRIDAY DECEMBER 9 1910 thehighestfOHOWingdesi Flouring Mill Grist Mill nd Saw Mill A certain lot containing two acres ingtona firstflootoEmulationThe above mentioned Flouring Mill is milJingmachmerwater or steam wer This i ssl For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bonck bearing l1 al interest from date of sate until paid and having the force and effect of preparedtoC F BOSLEY MC W C C t Parcels Post Washington November 28iA limited parcel post tfor the rural Tree deli very routes will be recommended by Postmaster General Hitchcock in his forth coming annual report In an ibnnciog this tpnight the POst- master General foresees the es- fbhjsliment of a general parcels post throughout the country as soon as the postal savings sys tern is thoroughly organized Asr the preliminary step in the development of such a1 service Mr Hitchcock will ask Cotigress to autbonse the delivery on rural routes of parcels weighing as high as eleven pounds which lis the weight limit for the interna tional parcels post Tnis form of service it is maintained car be conducted with little if any additional expense to the government twill not require the appointment more carriers ffor those already employedhaye the necessary equipment in the way horses and wagons to dis tribute the parcels as well as the ordinary mail Barely is the hitter of sunicient volume to tako up more than a smJl portion ofr the mail space in the carriers wagon A rural parcel post of the kind proposed if success fully conducted probably would lead the department to attemptI a more enerall system Mr Hit ihcook believed howeyer that before the parcel service Is ejtencLcd tp the whpla jcountry de nite information should JbV obtained as to the naturt and volume of business tot iandltd He aCcordingly urged that ini conjunction with the txperiiient on rural routes a further in quiny be authorised by OoagrMt in order Hhat tha Jepart4ae t may be in a bettei1 foslt1oioM velpp the j sWM cm coweer y tive JiflL HV rolsudct- hsta i 4 pedal ap ro rtation fcrl iht aUJInrt i ut 1 JI 1J iSUB3CRJP7ON f 1 Cj t 1NIta4a t awtttntLLflu1rtnustt1NJjm t i COUNTYKENTUCKY rnOCURKTVWUJNCL tj towIs thesounlfeSivillriot nand moneymaker LlfE SENTENCE For Joseph WwidKnf FJ Murder of Alma Kellner chargedwitbma Kelfner in December 1909 was found guilty of the crime bythe jury trying the casein the Criminal Court and given a lenten eo life iniprisonraen hIyerdlct was returned atl 045 oclock Saturday nigbtj after the vveniremen had deliberated just fpur hours and twenty minutei jaryreadsmiled fcnd looking oyer at his attbrneys said Me no guilty If me guilty they shoWd hang me They tell ligsj tb4y frame up Me no guilty j A shudder swep over the tense crowd that jimmed the dourtropin when the verdict was read The prisoner appeared to be the calmest person in the I rpqm Ifnless a fbi ner court than tthat in i hiptii he was tied de crees otler wise WendlipgjL must spend tbB remainder pf his natural life behind prison wallr White a throng of curious pro pie jammed the court room last night the jury gave its verdict The dramatic side of the terH situation was Apparent in he court rOom fr mthe time the juryj was given the case at 545 oclock yesterday alternortn until ck into the jury tbox late list night Longbefre the jury reported back to the court room a 4 crowd had gathered titling the rooM until it was jammed The m nutfs which seemid hours dragged by rrbf crowd in the court room while there were conversations in grojapji during the laxity of the courts discipline spoke iu uyiodufed1 tOnes Untir1045 oclock this tense condition lasted then a knock ca eAdepaty answered nol aid a verdict hud been reached Judge James P Gregory at once commanded quiet The Crowd was ready enough to holdits breath for it was waiting for the fate of the accused man ttor eysor the defense neither of whom bad left the ide of Wendling since the case was closed turned toward the juryj room Frank Fehr cousin of the murdered child who was iitrthBjcourt room arose from his seat and turned his ftce to ward the door froth whicf3 the jjury mustcomp Judge Gregcry JBSlt igave his attention in thajtt tion and ordered the Sheriff to clear the way This was all done and during the most tense unbroken qiiet that has ever been known inV Jefferson county court room un tier such conditions the jury moved from the roemot its de lib r HJns to The bo4pwhicb it sat during the long triall dfthe case Have yon arrived jit a yer atct gentlemen J was the quej tion put to themIWe havannonn ed the foreman t 11ae hand it to the clerk The smart slip of piper that contained ihe tate of Wendlicg unless a higher tourt says not waS turned over to the clerk and while the crowd utood agape he clerk lead We the jury find tbs withip n med defeudint JQph WendV iOt guilty as charged and fix his punishment at life I the peni nifaryowTen seconds after the verdict sending Joe Wendling to tbe penitentiary Ji life had bee read by the clerk a ireport r for the Herald WAS at hia IHVt Whitv dJIOU thiir ofh verdict Joe Art yor talk tied be was askeilr WhitNo me ub lie If Iguillyashollie If e obo- gailty shoIdgofrienoJik Do you hOpe togetau lrialbe WM asked iJQ1tt tt ievUI Decet4tb c Ur r t UImparnti Jj r properUea 01 1WLihecrapearVJi transiitt M b- yROYhi1i lZ- TBaki g wd ti = t tothfood I 7k1 tadyad yD Mk q Last Saturday L D Brotfcw h storehouse jot iit2 umpofcMiJl thatwovtf fcrmtbt loor of his CABM Eciye i trted topaiitiisi tio4gbt maYbeheb4dbsraYituIi1 lid so QstTasSIouraiaghe p1it tho pet a JdJasbvntojj FewM r to 4dud a pwc of iwsppr 1n e opsatrgSan UM civil eIe er jOilis 9piHio os tbe mittir jp 1 tRtIslafl s sa a lion andloead tb4 UM cftU was bard with ab4tpesXiant powder and the op mwitti clthieoOldt I JOferiuf and teMmqlbf ciay jAis SvppoMd tItiiwt a MM M 1lt sbt coal miaM and tea bla A ladxa t Jtooked by the It saIsOIriU- Oa4 l c r r Fvsi 4 gt aer ot Pan ot chia M fsdsM l1Sf sane 4101 iobseupsa i ioaiayar rIey- iil bLabs Ddsao o rtioii II wiH fe MtB that hisss food irtfiitiiaiit forth poe aaXartw Ioriiii for quick sak1JseonsocshIiagr I r tO IUTseL ve Ota giv wtJel irspy U1of ay PJaMi tlM bands of a- nygbt4f my family or ib frlcain perornt Jt PaL CoNNOR rtilIehd Ky Fftf12 UfNfWSII rfNGLDKY t 1 TUMLn tj I HOC JOSEPH POll + ieaDI PaWisbsri 4 f I RSDAY t gC I 1910 uL f r therr vc MoCnord i jjut now being siedforspoeotth ler-o M Ce miion not to 1 t oft tact tkat he Mfis Iii WMBgtoa county ti i et fiota she is I Joltly proud but Qleof the J f fbsrtact that we know that mber of the Interstate coamio b would y f- lfa cieirmber A4 i Si 4 JWpn ago heVai Railroad i iOMMttiMHOBir ijrQnivtbMi ditrict Mklbcit jMtd tq faii crediith I t wMt mil tImes widejtwaVe to i r j jpcftiaibilitfe and his duties B crfallj ook d f rthP JcdlICti4 011 RaIlroad Companies 44 t boife givinr there fair treatment i ft4 rtqulrin the same Of them 41S ftfefftfrdf ibe public He was de- M4d ii 1907 along with the etfc r Democratic nominees and r M JUU tiiri we only know ir 1te j hxi a RallroadQtmi fJiostr froM the fact that a a posiAt l j lJBoBeeiOhbiOO who has JiKiiallf aanounced his candi L Ificjr fir he Bi ocrktlc nonina r br GoY mrhu been making ipejelbet inpTi of the counties sbftl i iate He has been haying L 5 iirf e crqwd to hear him eve1y f fcfefprf hk has been arid is re cctfinl ucbeTncburagement f CoojfnM conyened in session art in4tht5 PrJimMitry Contest i r The High School Debiting I Jr Society held a preliminary con atJlai vconUsL jft was to act eigh- Jr isrs to conipet tho 4n qyon W b1iatitbe- t t n POir aouae Christrnl ih Fudges werFTom4 r filler Mr ChasMcChoxd and HrWA WaUtsJr frr For two ho r8 the room rang with eloquenco lexerb fur h9ard4bj those walls Every gesture every tone made the ilyo ftbe Judges moe conipex verypeaker is etititdt- oi com iiiiMi 1 lIoiisior his endeavors eS zconet in which tht Rosier did not lose and the wmt 0 J ifat oould not exult over theSIESr r l li defeated The Judges after de- 1 liberating quit awhile decided u in faTor of the following Chitlie Ba don Death EobeapiereJJ t J JonnorVIlliams J 3oiilor the Violin George c ltt Nejkirlr Anthonys OratiS 1 t over CaesesI Body Ben Et I i2 r S- WrSIJLDS A1f Murder Confes t gnlTho Spacing iHSUp f L tiSyX pied8peech or John Adams r Ilicketts Boulware The Ra3 t4 t yiini Fred Mayes Toussant LQvertireS 1Ii2i We take the followingi con- kIcerningthedeatholJackchouct 1be Daily Ardmor eite of 7iY Yf Ardtnore 1 T t 4AS Mis Ti A Tfiiirmond and 7qMrs D R Booker yesterday re ff 2 peivedrtelegrams conveying the J i news olf lh6 death pf Jack Crouch V J2 itteson ofjVlVs Booker and Jbe i Ift bXbtherof Mrs TAu rmohdi ThetV rr rj hock wasvery severe since the f r last Utter frojii Mr Crouch 5S iiJ home had no mention of his being 1f sriouslyiili IJ1f t The death occurred in India r napoll where he had gone on I business tf I 1be remains will be shipped tto Ardmpre Jor burIalto f idr Crouplt is wdll known I if 7 aoijbns the oiHei citizens ofArd f tore bavinglived here iin for 1 7lI1eJ veaT SLhf1b8Id in i the highest esteem Y his friends 1l and omradesi J i t Mr Booker andf Mrs Thr t jBpndbava hosl of friends arid cquaint Tices who syrapatliiso iwith them in tbmr beeav 1en4iJ s i r fcc 3 b te Horne LiM Eity1r5a1ge tiumiier of poor 9SugSaesore and rack f wikye flrged togo td anothe tizrUt thi4s costly aqd not Xay 4wini a ter Let i iXigiWwD1 overp ore you at- trouble4 i i Jt me of lung tJ t wofCalomie Ark tZj ear ffr 47 ssrsythXiskq IiIiiiftji rl MPss1ilth tQ it t 1 1 f c ki J i TobaccoMrkcttobscdo Tb open up wiT light rets ewing to the faclriiitfe the wb h6r has novDecn favorable for much toj bftcco to be stripped The Planters Warehouse reports as follows lThefPlenters Tobacco Warehouse C4t held their first sale Tuesday and prices received were very satisfactory 20000 pounds sold Aboutiiabout 9 cants prices were receivtidfor good tobacco Clarkson Trainor of Marion couymade an ver- a it of 14 for their crop BA Wheatley averaged 11i cents and Iflchard Careys crop sold for alittle over 11 cents This house wil hold daily sales jinii th season coses The sales on the Springfield market will make a vejcy favorable compari son with the sales on Louisville mar etToe Louisville markets oJd t during the weekending December 31 400000 pounds at 7ents the sales on this markht1 are averaging abont8 cents1 The Farmers Warehouse G reports the sale of abont 60000 pounds at prices ranging from 3to 16 cents The Springfield Warehouse Co reports that it held itsopen itig sale on last Thursday withi good receipts consTTlering the weather Tobacco bought fairlyr good prices a gbodqualityae- lingatift lf The Wasbin gtbn Gou n ty House reports the sale of about 75000 pounds during the week at prices ra ging rom 3 to 15r cents r ese good consideriti g lhe cfaality of Tobacco offered the = i lL rRS f AREFULLY F With the bet in stock and on Mail Order oC5 or more pay forwarding to points miles Jf JFe r Store t t I Dont forget the and practical and rememberthat you can find ornamental and tight here 1Forguestt mas gifts 59c yard A C I value at j srTr3C HUpK is the regular width for hemstitching and scalloping in a good range of patt rnsjworth a ca yard c oh JOypkINCH an excellent quality offhisisI largelineI worth 85c ayard CQOur price VIC LUNCHEON SETS Put up iin fanshaped boxes sets con sisting tuTibleV and plate il with Centerpiece to made up foi our Christmas trade and ranoirig5n price from i down 185I t s Ha UNION In I itial very Box of for lr 50C HEESTITCHED U N I 0 N large size handsome initial Box- o16 for 75cJ HEMSTITCHED L I N EN hand embroidered initial fBoz of 6 v 75c LINEN four styles 6f initials IIABox of6 for5 tjR l tU LINEN very 50itialSILK very elaborate initial dozen 275 HEMSTITCHED SItK fine quality handsome initial Per dozen 55Q C A each Juii II HOLIDAY AND- SLIPPERS = i WOMENS FELT kTR Mi kidII blue onsale d i A A Mondaya n IP5L U I WOMENS COMFY SLIP PESt just the thing for tired and aching feet made of comfy felt in black Oxforkj vine1an- dcadt On sale- Monday at 125 MENS TAN OPERA SLIPPERS j turnsole sizes 5 to 12 As an extra Inducement for early buying we offer these re 19ri SHOESjfll vici kid stocks either cloth or iduil ealf tops Iaae otbutton sty awiih re 5rJ 1 lu14t m f WWI NOTI t Select something and S6ITIt 4 thing worth while to make your Christmas Present II- It x What would be nicer than a diamond rfng stick pin rwatch fora present Besides these Russell hasabeautifu11ineof y Cut Glass 1 IIrid Silver NQZlti all Ikind These articles are good useful x and worth the money i f d 1 t iti much being damage dfroul house burn and other causes Vvhile thecatirlcet started some what low on last Thursday it has been noted that there lasbeon a steady advance each da7jothxin price and the quality of tobacco offered The prices have been generally lower than last year but it iis generally manifest that helower grades are lovWer in comparison with last jear ttan higher g ad sGood I I PROMPTLY AND tte values Purchases we charges within 200 Louisvilles r Department r J Usefull Gifts ih 1mtt Llnen5tI usefull both useful articlesL 24INCiTFlGyREp This ln ilidoilies match 1800 Men SHEMSTITPHED I beautiful HEMSTITCHED HEMSTITCHED eIh er25c SHOES KID weltsoles1 handsome otgo1d Sterling sot the Greaiest Bed HEilSTITCHED iHandEmbroideredi Linen Waist Patterns each pat tern ina box Fine goods for a rangingf1154O SCALLOPEI SAT 1lBED tSPREADS 134 extra large scalloped satin Quilts jn new patterns for large metalbeds These Aake a goodXmas gift and are tOnI t with cut to match an iJalXmaspresent 98perFLANNEL SHIRT PAT ITERNS These are aD wool pet ticoatsand come in a jjSod color assortment they are vain and comfortable arid will be p ea by many pf all ages tang from J75 t1preciatII down to tp r idkerchiej i i III PURE CHINA SILK hem stitdhed Prices range O C from 150down to GRANDPAS B AND A N cII SILK at sizes and prises ing from 32inch at 125 to aiinchi at WHrtE l v HEMSTITCHEDI downII TON fullsizdr Per dqzdh 5 60c each I 5C S COLORED COTTQN turktyii red und indigo blue vnriO at prices ranging from 15c COLORFD downtL Bor usSiZesIITON fastcolors full sizes Per doxon DOc each Womens nnd rursj Childrens Mi eII Every kind of fair ishereFuit j length Coats Large Pillow and Rug Muffs Large Shawl and t 4ffewto iLARGEi satin trimming silk fr cord Price 500LARGE RUG NUFFSif black lynx Cone fur trimmed with fourteen small Itails Price o75UIMISSES FtJR SETS Blue sit imuffi j Perset npS 00 MISSES FUR SETS Fine Chinclulla coney xtra rgO scarf anlJpmo muff Priceper set pY eqf0 MISSES FUR SET Jmfta tions white Thibetand gray Price per set atv5750 W444ii l2oo i iift lLJ rr ftoxImL I r it tobacco has unifornrly brou hl ood price The followtrig iisw a correct tabulation of the market Dark Red Burle Trash sr ormixed3OOc2 5 0c Trash pund 600 7O QJmmon Jugs kv fQQ 80 GoodugsL 90O1OO- Con leaf short 800 90 Common leaf 9 00 ufO iCledium leaf 10 00 110 QITrnshgror mijxed 500j 6O Trash onnd 800 95C Common lugs 9 50 11 pi Me ium iugs ll QG 1201 1J 2JJ1l U3JtJ Com leaf short 9 50 11 00 Common leaf 11 00c 1200 50IG od leaf 1950C 1500 Fine and selections 1500 1750 K Courfty udger3t5Ltsev has appointed as Supervisors of taxes otl ashifigton county 0 TJ Price a Kich 8niithj 8iFrH- JltoU Jblin H Gordon and Bruce VvVffiams The Super Visors will hold their first met ing atrtle Coartbouse dh tho 1rstjMoLday in Januafy PUBLIC ALE I will onI r Tuesflayvy December 20 sell totJhighet bidder at my resi mytJandSyards of the Graded arid High School This is one ctf the best arid motcon everybAlso a good young orchard of 150 trees Tract No 2 107acresl rood and 10 poles on the Knobliak Dirt roat which will be jMked in the near future 1 mile rom pike and 1 12 miles from some school This is mostly fine tobacco land in fine state of cultivation and has grainHaspaired goodl barn room for 10 acroe of to accoif JSTuct No 3 2tf acrea 7 12 miles from Springfield 7in thp Ballards store neighborhood on county road 1 mire ffom uike one way and 1 12 miles the other has fairly gdjjd improvements finely watered plenty of tobacco lid corn land full f grass The cheapest farni in the county considering wftat it can be bought for A Chance of a lifetime fora a man of small means Also JocatcilIheldatioclockjt bnFeralesr chance to attend both sales r On Wednesday Dcethb8 at 10 oclock aI1offer for sole the following live swcktt ttTwo gQod farm and family horses work anywhere not alraid of an Vuto tbnj8bile f11 3yearold combined horse a fintj raddler 1 yearling past a good 21lbUCkhbuggies gear harness etc 1isurref1 of wire fence 5 stands qf bees about 500 bushels corn 25 or 30 bushels wheat hay shock fodder tops etc Big lot TypeJwriterhousehold and kitchen furniture and many other things too numerous to mention Anyone interested is invited tp come andjbfe shpwn over the premises by thb ondersigned atany time Terms liberall nlidmad known on day of ale rSale to begin promptlyct 10 oclock Lunch served atthis sale tl2 JASI1ROYkLTY S Campbell Auctionee t O1dren fy FOR FLETCHE tS CAZQ 4A 4IJ ri ii i I cOOosjIG I F i tI T Mr Wli Wharton has bought an intereSt iin our buineuandi1ij At IIorder to reduce our Stock we will make Sacrifice Prices on t every iitem in ii t I ft ol t t 1 1jI 1Fop The EashWe will sell Su ts and Overcoats at cost consisting of the well known makes of Hart Schaffner Marx and f the WelworSh Clothes for men and H A I Seinsheimer Cos Perfection Suits and Over coats for Boys arid Children I m have 35 Coat in this sale att Cost in from OQQI IFl I I IJoIiday Goods I have a complete stoclf of H Jiday Goods and IGents and Ladies fine Umbrellas Muff lersy Hosiery rfI Gloves Handkerchiefs Toilet Articles Guff and Collar Boxes Glove Boxes Art Goods etc that go l latreduced prices V 1kcj r Blankets Comforts 5a1 Bqd BkhkoJs wopth up to 9 00 for ilV v qPQ Bed Blanket worth up to 600 for r l7 4 Ob i5qTbesj r today f IoprlGttsj J rts from 85c to 2 50 worth fro Aselllbe5gQPd cost t v h t t tU J e Sale I Circuit Court Ky D W Burns et al Plffs By virtue of a itulgm ent andorc1cr of sOle of tHe WaVnmton Circuit Court renoeied at the October teem 1910 in the ibbxe styled cause i shall proceed to oifcr forsve on the premi sea in Washington county Ky on 10 1910 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit bf one and wo years the following descrtbedp operty tovit Five certain tra 1stof land making one body containiiIn the aggregate 75 acres 1 rood and 18 poles more or less known as the Wm Burns farm and adjoining on the North the lands of Mark Smock on the South the lands of Mrs Bob Wilson and on the West the landa of Mrs Martha Matherly and Mrs Lizzie Wright This property iis located near East Fork about 3 miles from Mackvill and about 1 milp from Jenkipsville and has good two story sidence barn and usual outbuilding 6ssessiQh givenpn January 1 1911 For the purchase price the pur chasers with approved security or sureties must execut bond bearing legal interest from dale of sale until paid f anti having the force and effect llldder will be prepared tx comply promptly with these tel is F BOSLEY fC W a C ffC V CommIssftnersSalel f Washington Circuit Court Ky Mrs EttaClarkson etc x Plff 1 By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of theWashington Circuit Court rendered at the special November term 1910 in the above styled case rshall proceed to offer for sale at the Court Hb use door in Springfield Ky oh 7I0NDAY 23 1910 I oclock pm or thereabout to the lAt hest bidder at public auction upon a1 cr dit ofr 6 and 12 months the follow being in tWaghingtbn county Kyon the Springfield and Walton LIck turnpike about mHoSoNortb of Springfield Ky and bounded by the lands ot Ben Edt wards Edgar Linton Itt S Mudd and SanT Mudd containing 30 12 acrc more or less This tract of land has no improvements hu its location on- the pike near Springfield and very This land is uU ill blue grass Oft For the purchase priCe the purchaser Or purchasers witn approved secun tYj to comply promptly with these termsj C F BOSLEY M g WO CC Hs Thu Warlcjs Best N ot6 baa ever made a salve oint sin v vefthankful Entire Stock II- of Womens Misses and Childrens Cloaks will be offered CASH We Suits fangiig t aWe arid Shoes I Women A IPaper atlless cot Goods GOpdB Odtmngs nellettesjHoUoase will 1ampets Mattings 01fUJ IiPIIwa afcmabufacturer5 rrliisi ppr th dsf yqI everII i GUWN4NGRM PUNG AN kTIL5 ffit8C1 Commissioners Washtnjjtou EquityAYoodson SATUJDAYDECEMBEff ofiQlen3Oreek ofsaJulgmeit EquityMinnie DECEMBER towii5I aJIdCSlr ringI 1mentper1teet ICcrmEczema Our CotFrI Prices Rnbbers Carpets SiJb I I ISALEOF 7i hand 4- 811d Stock- I H offer atpiblicuctiop on q l Ttarsdayy Jecemfe 16t91O j i my knoWn as the Armstrong place located on trnpi eight miles the former mires the Latter at the iMucs r of the county one of the desirable farms in county con jtains in high state of About onehalf of is yrrfin Iwi X boltIas the whole farm sell for A brick tenant house gutbwdigs It k lp limestone andwell watered nc1IS a No 1 stock grain anil tobacco fvrm ir LIVE OOLpJanwryaboutVIUals cotsome fi ong em piir o v4 year old red sorrel ware of lyeaf old ab uCGO of sfieerjj about 5 head and some outride BloCk i 1 TERMS sums of tind casbf6ver that mOUftt six mouths bankable intorest from dale of stIe OnarraOna4hird ctsh balancein 4 QPJtlelttSale to begin ut 10 oiclocb ajin Farm to be soU Dinneroi W lI CLEVELANI5 f H5 rr IflcaaitatedS The fussy riilivhlual who has a punljl with tko never farts any bettor than the rost of us who arc Jo take things as they crnn said tho homeless bach- elorJtook breakfns with one of theses the cthor morning In a talbothAll he was a cufrflf coffee antl a couple of I0le eggs But you have the depended upon those eggs After given the Walter instructions as to their preparation he sat with his watch In his hands Finally the eggs came and there twas lot more As he cracked the shell of one he turned thoniter and said Are you sure those eggs arc positively fresh t And th6 who had eyes anti a yery red nose replied with all serIouEflPUUI cant say sir have a frightful cold In my head psj Vlth S3 He was buying drlnksan cigars for the bunch In a downtpwn cafe and wills explaining that It was trlp lots Every ono had boen satisfied and the momentous event was being discussed In all Its bearings 0 Congratulations mixed with fences were the Jiappy father jvheh ho bethought blmself of an tvt tpndant circumstance and told It and then lieif again It was thlsr hpwwJiadlTetSSthat not one but three haaa7 rWed he knolt ut4 said Ohord- i but Im jiojpfsV iiv sOmeOflLOlSeja cin j t I c at I ItL Mens s and Children Shoes and r atCost I r IWall than 7 j Dress 3ngliatrisEtc Our entire stock 01 Dress Ginghams Flan cM be offered at a less than r they can be bought v l Mattings Etc t Oil 010 b eCU ge4ts and Bugs atfajmporters Pri v5 1 I will r farm the Bardstown and Bhihtfuli from and four from road This is most Nelson and 184 acres cultivation farm toilI will andother land r mulpair horse mules heatof liogs I 3A11 10 aud timst note J bearing sixpercenk immediately attar dinner i thetGrounds always waiter satisfied i fussers wanted l might thought lyjtlvorse htvvlnsn mlnutp a powwow waiter watery IJCany I Sattsfied EnQugh l condo tendered bought an price o ci iii1o iiiTiI NAH kinds of toys for chijdjcn gt Books Beds Elytng4 MacIzes 1 0 Drums Xutos Dolls aill tixea 1 t Furniturfe Waih Settling 2 eveiy so many C 1 r LI v voL11eruimgS j ALSOALL IJNDSOF FRESLI CAKES 18 DAY AND BREAD a ft J TTKatIee Herttein fejlr T f ooQOOoQo oQ OK NewsLeacfetand4oiiiso 1 t l Vi1lEYOflIflgROS fL r1 L i1 IQr J O it f r w 4- 557SI + T t J t ipi 1iiI sf j i NtTHOUT PAINII i I c J tOp1P p1NGF1ZLDKY r All titWork Strictlyrc JJll JI u rri rfnoJ clfT7PDf1 cA J i f Sr ftIciU 11 SlIgeo 1 r OMcs hotri 8 t 9 aw- ii r rt Ds lrRaYdOOs Drugstor troj MDJitLampton1 Ih imckocrai1eb omc TfcMtc No V t JIseNce8l r r f iff QRl asat LIN rtf ATTNYATeyIpieak1S LAW Y r MPKlNGFIELD XLb r1 i tr i HYATTiOllee over Red Cross Drur L ire Office hours Hyatt 1030 J l l l ftSto 12 m 4to 5pm hJIINYI 112 EUIEKnuldECTOR t IAll llCESEDlM8AlM RR- rr cr TELEPHONE f DAY 19 NIOMT 74 I PllIUFIELD1- r jRailroad Schedule t t Folio wing Is the tim cheddie V V noW in effect on the BardstowL- r and Springfield branch railroad Mo41Leavea Louisville ai r 430 p or Bardstown Junctiou V 5 22 p m Barflstowh 6C6 p m + 4 arrives at Springfield 655jpm- 4i ko42Leavcs Springfield av r7 600ami Bardsown 645 a m rlt BweUrtown Junction 730 a mi illfe Wives atLouisville820 a in I l No 4LeavesLouiSVi11e u kamj Barflstown unctfotlC I SSTf jn Bardstown 1005 a in iA 3rives t Springfield 1140 p n t N644 LeayesSpringtieMJiji t J tiypm Bv2OPmBardstown Junction 4I01f5ffi fj arrives atLouisville 545 pm Nb 90 Su daysonlyLeave 1 Spn6gfield 715 a inl Bar stowl f kar OQ ama Bardstown Junction 11 345 a m arrives at LouisvilK- 5am i r Not 91 Sunc18ysQn1ylteaveI 1f Louisville at 600 pirn BardsI torn Junction 645 p tn Bards tpwn 730 pt9 aaxrives aIfSpringfield t B25 pm L firi teeth ex tracked with- Out PAIN or 1 DANGER t iNwhen plates are wanted jl ORKiiI 1 rfT IIin every respectand just as ad lIg 1 1YTALLARDS b SIrI14n1d1d tv1M4KMM 009 ii 5Beals j It f l1s f This is q aotiea from a lett r cf Stockvrell Cannibal Mohii recent otItlyused Poley Honey and Tar for thul first tithj Isay tam pleatcd ue not half express my feelings Irf fcjbjtats all the reniicUes I ever used J 4r cotitracfte9a bad cold and was threat ened yritiif pbtumoeia binft jcs t dbses gave great relief and pije bot 4olecompletely cured me Qqttains a fi opies Haj don KcbcfMn NOTICE fto J t Having decide t closeou Xmrus1 ess apjt1eavE the counts z1amnOy oIlii my sok C1 merchandise at areuih reduced pricev v All person irdjjrtod omi r i Jllleis CL1I i nsett- lip j J rornptlji sar acunsrottl- id jief urt becern bst 25191O- j i wjli have 19 ba put into the Jrnndiol a collector TltSIyS 1especfulIyf I 1 y rR Cecil v25 ij10 t1 i t q i Sthrte ontl1 g a black heifert tirr f it Jf lh i iavou60poundf f Ow 4W n have taa Pr thiadv4rl 2f afSI j f 1J J G bbiwLikirrd q PI is1 ObiIdre1QryFLET i9RIIAf JIwwTOYN L titiappe1 l s oi Intereat T The Freshest and iti t iI AIJAbotYurITEiiendsaid Ic MM u f FoR sAtE1090or moreii I brick Mrs E1 L DavIson Bared Plymouth l Rock Koo 1f1 l Primme4 and untrithrn d hats a 17tShaders v l Mound City Paints may iosft triflo more butn1 y Lea Haydbh faPtcrBrpnzeTurkeysfor y Mrst J B Hilll V r5Springfield Kv DFdBSALpOne sow and 7 p edigschina boarsThW G Grundy EOR SALE 200 bushels bfr Or L4rthardMusuil to LsuI A nice selection of trimmed bats at cost and less tban cot Coat suits a Jew left at b rgian prices Mrs Williams Mr George J edley soul his ouse and fot r acres of Aground I Lebanon Hilt to Mrs Geo Bpdine LoSTOI the streets fIf jBpriugfield last Wednesday a GWfMasonic watch charm Binder will please leave at this office and recelJ reward The population for Washing bn County as shown by the United States Census for i91rfs- l3940 i which isi a decrease from the censusjaf 1900 of 242inwillb atrleasantbyRevJ the services there wIIlbei cou gregational meeting which a IIkare expected to attend t LOSTBetween G ii Robert sons home and St Dothiuidchurch emerald bea sonng chain JrJtiderwill b vTarded by MiSs J4attie Robertson LOST On Sunday NovO lbe tween the residences of frsJJ lu Kelly and Mr JP Simois Rug Muff Reward if returne 60 this pffice roMI towlrAsdar4 i raminef one week Theca se Che fanEtthat two Jpads I Springfiicy r field T iin Andersons knowing them selvespndebted to the estate of J E flarmpn Bankrupt wiH 1tcaHontbe orJosephPoliu sitl up tllbusine54once w3iF Grigsby11usteeI Monday vas tb6 regular terin CoontTbelef j 116f f being only one contest that of J Marltinl paneled and a verdict for defen dant rendered oodfhen of th World 1eldh thdlOpera Hopsa Tuesday night they have per inly started out wilh bright prospects na bid ir to be One off the leading amp in the state District M ana erNe1lig gotten together nhascertainJVII m iscompos4smei s the following list of officers that were elected will show The officers were elected by t vote of he members Mr Wm FagJin was elected Past Con l CommanderrJ Robert Noe m ILortC c Milce4 Simms Sentry anVJYa GrlgsblaniIJDPeterson J Ca Mudd Physician The CampJl1rtbeknownasth General Walton CampHn honor of the distinguished Matthew Walton At the meeting Tsdingh qP ItfII NfrWm1f Hagan delivered an excellent address on Fralternal J Qrdela Alineetirig willI be hekii next Tuesday night atwhichl eJjcoS will be held thgularmeetI every Thursday night i Medkal Society Meet 2L2 The Washington County Med lal Society will meet titbe Court House Tuesday December 20th 1910 The morning session j will be devoted to nisinessof the Socie ty and the afternoon session willrbe a public healiU iiieetipg o which allare invitedf DrJ I LIG1 Carpeu er of Sfeaof rdJKYa nirr and oth r speaker wil deliver a addresses This enUreipiograui will beanuounced later C This meeting is otfe whk- hdyLtfnudedSJi br eryoneF who can as the u 1 ed will beof general intertstund L1fo fittoallAJust at this time aI public Health Gampign is tnI brogress over the whole country aid already the beneficial effects can be noted It is believed that anitaltlOnroys thousand of lives every jV year can be greyly reduced A qwarllosis anrl the c most eminent phytist slcians believe that f thejr warna ingis heeded that this disease willJna measure be stamped out Determined efforts are being made in other places and wej1 hope that Washington County Has made headquarters utatilI Xmas at the oldI reliable 2 ptJTr I t F i Ailttt t tOiYS 4 t 7IOf alt for the bytdyst andtheQirls t DQLCStAII kindscnd sizesGuns Trunks fcf tt Tea Sets Bali ks J- tV Tablesd3eds Doll Buggies f WagonsirfaGti t EERYTHlNGv TOYS i Xiasisi almost hero j Ii ndFhaverncieIt v preparatwn tOa i SMpply you witft lirjewelry a tfa If T= Sbn aJbly low prices = == 1 = Come and see my stoclVqf t = tt v Watehes Glocksa JiJt GlassS Chains = Braceletts JRings = IanquiteI3 t = = articles of vajue r r = = COME EARLY AND GET PRICESl =J IL = James 1 Graves I 1= W rr rrr rr b rrrpRo MILES SAUNDERS f e A SONET II 3y Gottwi Noe f uiLt fvL 1iIrhelgthe key to every mystic doolv t rOfBabylonian1 r He saw old Enoch when walked witH Godr He watched Elijah smite thoviprophets leadSHe knew theisra1ie whornMQses leadr r li And w looked upon the bloom ofAaronsTod f irAnd yet this man whoazed ongbdsand Icings L And saw and Jt whatever mortal can lWiU Ijlje his Christt the IowlySon of Mani iA tender minister in humble things v Behada r yal mind a pne tlykbar r But best of all lie loved and helped young menJ 4 Lexington KVrDec 3rd1910 1 b rC r C a will show her sympathy in the atEet by enlisting in t tisi light gaintdieaseSft It ieI1tRusseI1L MrWli J Russelll and Miss otr Campbell were united in BtlI9u1s Bertrands clDrch in L JIiJI il 1i3Thelate PVM Carapball amdis both eautifuhand attractive and uite is popular in the social jcir Cs of this city while he gtooni a son of Mr Ed Russell a prominent Jeweler He disI most excellent joung man poss essing energy and ability Aft r the ceremony they reo turned to Springfield where they will make th Tu home i I c Siic44 M t t SANTA f CLAUS I 71 description B Firewqrks Stoves IM 17ctT1 Cfr he J 7 i iIig f t i iI Jt ttIJJC lAJIf dnSjI4AQE- T j i b 4 4 + 4w i 1c- i f t MattlhglyMs v IE Mattihgly diedI Saturday morning at the home Ft0 byiseverelr lfcottn ral weeks ago rhn b t Hnb ca 1lrs Mattingly was Iithe jot year of herage and was born andI reared Ketkuckya daughter of Hilary tyJandCynthfa thatfifty iedIpreIceded her to the grave 25 years Md Mattingly twas an ex empIary christian tvuujun caan i table 1n her i ahrbalwayshbecauseii she was required to i Pintho cross lifeherf Christian fortitude believing in the full nessfof her rgjgous fervor that God in his infinite wisdom de crees all things weH v v yiierJ CynthiaInow 97 year S chiJdrepMi a e n Mat tiiifirfy of Marion County and Martin Ja ind Bernard Matting Yr nf olisvjJ1 mjir est r Vttterm n of Ogdenbnrg N Y Ntrs Frank Simms of Bariis towne Ky and Mrs Joha Fi Simms of this place Funeial services were cbnduct rrRey FaVhef Hennessy and the remains cere interred in St Atlgustines cemetery at LTebanob j Hunters Notice u I Tne undersipnedi notify an persqqivthatno hunting will Ws al Jovdon tbeirliandsl V J H Nali SA Parrott rosa GJHadonpMrsWattOiiryany Itt Vi1lRirieys j WG CTrundygP S f FineT Firms For Sale t l a L p51ei tig KtIons JJFrJb Jl t 1t I I w PEGIALlDUCiENi= arebeing otferedhnero iiSr J i Ladies Suits and Cloaks T OvercoatsI0 I I Henj 1Hosiery Gloves Knit ScMf AutoT r l VeilsI andScafs r r 1 lS-I Jnst receivedi b itiftil l ipent of linen pieces table inens and napkins handkerchiefs hand bags hat pins arid Xmas Novelties V i fTr U Iep show GoodsS f I The Robertson = 1 CJaybrooke L IISINCORPORATED PE s6NAi Mr Tom Hughes of George town Texas iis the guest of Mr ItfrshasrIturned toh r home in CincinInati Ohio after a visit parents Mr and Mrs GTD Duncan Mrs T Hood Cunnl the guest of her parents hei wkIMranBMrs B L ery were nf Louisville this Miss Nellie Simms who at tends school at St Catheines was called home by the death of Igrandmother Mrs Mattingly IhristMrtSuuiiJItthis week Ms Vj F Grigsby and cull dren have returned from a visit tot her parents air Mr Robert Ti lleave Friday for AntoinetteI wherehe will be day lays to Miss Sarah SMrur North CaroUna posiIere this week to accept a tion as bookkeeper for the JIlor Tobacco Co Rev P P Hennessy turned from Rome City MedleyI Mr and Mrs George have returned to their at O vepsboro 1 Missv Minnie Blandford is vrsiting her mother in Loiusyille Inf the District CourttJf theJJni ted States for the Western District of Kentucky IN BANKRUPTQ1 In the matter of Adam Booker a IOnt t A D1910 on con tderibg the petition1 of tio aforesaid banli upt for discharge filed on the 3r4 dayof Detnber191Oit is ordered by the tout that a bear ing be had upon tfie same on the 14thl day of JdUuary A D 1911 before saidcourt at Louisville in said district at 10 oclock in the forenoon or as near thereto as praoticablqaud that notice thereof bt publisbed ona lime in The Sj ringf ld NewsLeader a newsjapfir printed in said disKt rict and that all known credi tors and other Ipersons iin inter pf est may Appear at said time and lace andsjibWcaue1if any they have Why the prayer of inaidlsc rabtedt Witness tth Hdnorabfe it VIterI EVliUlt Jqtlgep gaid IJhsealtbestd dJlt 5Lh rlJ ecernber A r91Q Jfi A U 5Ronltu r CtWttf By BJeny CsiB Do l r l j rUsb cowrOiisi BROS ALTIO JI WHENWESAC WOOL we mean wool Jiwd wool HighArt are cotton mxed cotton fixed Cast eye Ioraany other kind of eyes attbeml and you cant detect a shr of oLtonSPure wool of a rooi taiteMcIstlwykotpdownWhet Ctoth youre ri a safe depoit vIt itrity makers bond their ficalinings trimmings taitecJa with Honor tligkArt Suits tIkAfI OCI5We lioe of cL4oSpeciali I j5idii r5o j Tobacco Fair 501 I t I lst CoTkccaWWteC KY LTER rLdJ ani Bet Bright f XOO v 500 250 Best Red 750 5pQ 250 Best Lugs 750 5QO Best Trash 2J50 250 I Six 6 thhercopoe Iiim4in your samples lets tkbIcc f t exhiqit write entrafac f1 t attend OfiwT orIroowned for the far with and TMrVi to II Bring your OljIPWilllhd get higheifr prices Plenty of stable F KElH T WSHANKON is L MANAGEAlfp UCnOJIJBlK I j1jjSA nice Leat rt from 1500 to 40 00 Buffett orS IS 9toi 4oo I Cbin Closetl Table 20 tQi t ipo 509tQc OO Set 45g h OO Bed R om f 209 to 7100 iHalt Kack 050 to uS QO II Odd Chair for URoom 2OOJ9 It l 18 Q iin oak 2DitoU t f 00 Morris Chair 125b iKt o 25oO Dressing oroak l6obto a Ji f 1to00 I pedestals S sn fn r t rnrift F ldtng Bed J15QOtgH i + 001ALibrary and j t9 1OO Book Cases iQtXib Jn 25 00 1 I for i assort jou j evei 75sl6 i Imeat centytiM w QOtQ 1 aJXl = A nice of lerst f 11M High 100 io i 50 We are M tki tMMi t Mtn svsr to supply without ajryr ra iee price C yow f ILe Campbell J6 e sheriffS B tBy virtue of taxes h t- entucky ahd they arS my deputies wili5ni MONDAY D offer for sale at the r Springfield Ky e riled below so willf satisfy tlie tax GrQve j 40 aces of land nLIelIrd t5c si1 815 rOfltti iBa1fer thifiu f rrlMC J i li jjjj 1 STROUSEA 1 aUttool just only Cloihw + not or sheep ihri4d or d i is the foundation you buy HigfcArt ef The and 5 Ii Pttaso show a b t tied us no is by the sell us r 5a1Ji Dining 6 eption Rocker Q i tw i Picture family i I 2 1000 a i r r I f 0 Sale indicated or tf w 4 I Iitl s hi j w dkvSgyIaf 5tk si t=t w4t ps 1It w1 Osi flit 111Ji Ute tsizCMsi tk dal c Charls WIfIiW ps aiwtlf ks R s ct hl4 the MIs4cl-bsI 4UI qIf to T 1i t tl M SN1iK1It tbttt lllf1 Ta t1 iIwP1f t ISTS tt tLSc iudwv5CI t1IILj tI 1 1 fiL i if t cjj i AtiL1 I 1 J 7usaiI Ia t- jj 1f TNOIUdiSYNStI ft bI l piUbcosnmoIIWttkMs- a It a IIaad1ItitIttwsntyf Srkoun t a41 w1- dtliJIcbli L1Mqiti rtS eva oltlMJri ifltafett yourIuLsNltLM 1reeut = = 0tj T the blI ajloi ikdag jifwef float tIM kirtairyi J Nr4r There fa eoofort laths kwmfedfe ler liJJ I sop that ilzaerI =aOot tbitt kjdasy riied siy wilb1 curitTbsmltt IIII j tlis k ki flyerJb1aI4 Yl1 P Of tile U14S17 JSili oact th4lity to bold water s ia Jt had fIIoi r KM of 4iqor njn ot t atluiW tmpkoeant ejrftr ob inf compelled to go ofLi i SdirRf the ar akUtoet up- I namj dis5aswinz tIe mght The mild ud ofJtooiJ w Ud1oI cnree of the moot ojis IL f eea If you peed tjnediciK huve the beat SoldbvdrafI dbycent andooeWlollar jiaea th Ye MOT have a Munple bottle ited 1S0s that fella all S fJw tW1 botIa MdrsDrrI p ctWb ISpSSt if j aiuiththi raiIi1g Itaw W reuiember Ui I lt a I 1cli8waa rf I ff t LkE E ami AND PARENT 1sr Sutd I IrniuahI II J 1 Wea Wo Cewee la Lp4 j Pjitfhd ftti swoIit t OiOBimUia lor a hotter ii4eretaa4iag- Jlotiiooa tIN three fretofa 1aeduet1es F iii ths AntIHe It S Uie 4y oc tJre isHli tuitreUise Bdt- tiq o 4ootror 01to wsks the fam 4tk Xrrr yoeelMe social aM ed upt1 Xajaftr rekttoo atthovch maay of its tirthe oax IiHiJIOW outwon- ifati rt HeeioM are rapidly dfeaptearta k the aaaa a 10400 the matural a4 ISS Method of aaaJatalalacthe fcofeet ofthe ire tia to have the eUM tt jOMOHNtoi or forkafo ooaaBoUei to 3 fcrjMloM eoeae aoeoftaolo reaeom for iha a a ooarae a4 laeMeatal kr to iaa lor her feUre Hfe- phv Moot eaeea the part wUl ao OMfiwT the eaJU otey hy SteP U 9tto aM tiadentajMila aad iMteai j et Tio a irtde aM l3Oit iapasea r Mo folf hetWioB UMH ae too oftea Mpsas WHa Ui OoIIge couris is t jldohoi both jreU and child will j tk114 ihat although tHiracttYjtfe w MJT taki 1frat fOHM they remain 1 i 5W1sI tocether la spirIt aa4 mutual HH 1 i sta41ag The daughter will flat ifr feenetf a traly oMeatial factor lithe t kooie We aM om the othW hand the jMuroaU will rejotoe that ia iteofr i 1 pwri Uie7 UUrHtaa Ii be tML apfcfiajiorloai =rt of v Wil t 4kropisisi TO SERVE f rJ r y Literary Work Whloh Convoyo i I f Woaolnf lmfroodena wtc la SiMs f fL f Amy Mtorary work wWoacomvoya jTahlkM faota or oaoaacpiprooaioaa jla aaocTioo to tao public It ia even a SSHrY1 toM ttill7 proid of hay I as rsI4cd TIle aligktoat Jaovola are Mooafag to tmooo ia distress aot lOiaoroforaB Itself Ja groater Our flue jIMaCUJJ ed W TIM JUaitOw er with rr Mu swelor8 r ti h3sandsofarfroma1t to instruct while aeu it to mlflcult to do the one jthor gkly wltKottt the other Some part of tko writor or hfe life will epp Iputitt vea a vapid book and to read I a BOWl waiok was ooacelved with any t Iforco VI to multiply experience and to If 4 zoroloo UM aymfathioa Every article f JT8I7 ytooo of verse every essay- Wrory oatrojUot 18 destined to para I ttD kowoTor awKtly through tliladftda of i 1 oaie yortlea of tao public aad to col r ar liowovorJa atoBtly their tko f trIM writer fMa a ekaaco to Jatll l ietu way oo ooatotaiag aoaietaiag iatorootiag aooaotaiag gI ooojagiBig wore k only to a alagle or He will V aafortvaato indeed if iIhea kJM oava He has tlio chance be tj aMoa to atuable oa something that a tall foroom shall eab1e to coinpre I eM aad for a dall persoa to have t 4 Toad aaytatec aad lor taatgoace cob- S JprohMtdod it xaakoa a marking epoch Sf laivlita d oaUoau From Stevensona I rnio Pftof Utters Million fer AH Vt y f There II eiough gold Scaling In the y e a to make everybody rich This la drM3ia U the result of an inSt A i Ii7iIstcaawatrreefttlynIshed kI t tTMAl s3rofarisaSsasar la wIe JIM eoftSded hia discovery J f o the Paris oorreopOBdeat of the Meafe Dally Newa who makes haste apraaef UM glad mewa The an II Alyate revealed about fifty milligrams ij77 grate of toUi tla each toll of sea t pvaterr explained the professor t XThat BoeaM little uIJa but otiorteg ttat it takes a line of numjjA eetaooa irSte to give the total jhor ttoMatw 01 Jlo oaorto atwlBtoceanultIl 3 Aaiowit of told solution ttf sash of the lrSt9tft fi iaaaoitants W the world had his share It would Jcr l4MtaJlaee i f J Virtue In a the kt f l OIcIliddfr r tue k hate best originally a ririle It k h Sty owka atoaaiagI has heea 4 j sSISssd soaao will say weaheaea Ta 11 1 wo are far frosa the state t 5 q Leda4sSsa gen st fpaTvjMB iiooovered rklae hi a mouse jf1S ks has itaah whfto ho waa J HI a sfc t of flg = SJ Ll I 7 fi BOM j that he eaaaot save Us We iiot ho have hot tbyrtii o to defend I jliiilf Vlrtae ai hat osooh itL i i t fi iiiiiria w 10100 At = toi i JT r th nutow IjitfJI ntt l ll i t I nii i I I PLANTERS ii ii LOOSE LEAF t WAREHOUSE f t T L f V SPRINGFIELD1 KY j Irt f I I Tandy Quisenberry 20ePpoprSe I DaP AuGtont Sales Well Lighted alesFtoorII V V 1 vs House Is II Mr Tp Depot i f l V ttSome of your business is icespectfully solicited and your interests will Ii l1 6 taken care of so as to realize beJt prices for your tobacco Iti Tandy t fi Quisenberfy ManagerJ BEST RATTLESNAXE REMEDY Mryehnlno lathe Only Positive Anti- for a Rig InjMtlen of rtKe Poteen Btrychaiao ia probably the only jbaltlvo antidote for a big injection of rattlesaakO toxin a bite or rather tiroko such aa a fourfoot sn ke would Inflict on the fleshy part of the body aa the calf or thIgh For such a bite carrying as it does half a teaspoonful or more of venom deep into the flesh all ordinary cures are uaavalling Hypodermically injected however la sufficient quantities sure ly to kill the patient were he not saferiag from the snake poison certalncounteractantThe administering too little strychnine As a matter of fact but few even of skilled physicians have enough knowl edge of the subject to be able to act with any assurance in administering strychnine in such cases That rattlesnake poison and strychnine are byeXperiments6f strychnine Inoculations have been cured by injections of the snake venoai Popular Mechanics FINQER PRINT WAS ENOUGH Guilty Peach Thief Thought It Was a Picture of His Corduroy Trous irs and Confessed J departeddJthe night had played havoc among the forbidden fruit and Professor Pum perdlnck could find no clue but a specljmellOrthWith1theand shortly after met the suspect ntI Take he said did you knOw oBi robbed my garden the ntt nlgaUq Did eo o i Jak any returned enfly Yes nodded Pro lessor Pumperdlnck but the thief left his mark behind so Ill easily trace him He produced the enlarge ment Do you see thatV Jakes knees began to quiver Then he burst Into floods of anguish I zee it aint no good zur he sobbed 1 took the peach righternuff ButItItf- air licks we ow yer got that plctejr 0 jmy corduroy trousers Answers Elk Stole the Grain Thefts of oats and other grains from the Klngsbury camp on the west portall of the LaramlePoudre tunnel were explained when watchers discov ered a herd of eleven elk led by a 1thisthat elk have approached so near civilization and old families on the Foudre say that their presence dicta a seveere winter preI Men at work on the tunnel report deer and bear are numerous and all are on the lookout for a fiuge dana mon bear which chased some of the workmen into camp the other day Tine bear is said to have 1aken up his headquarters near the tunnel two years ago Denver Republican t A Good Business Ruggles you ought tp go into the business of raising chickens by hand Its greatSI bellevI would Ramage if I could by a good incubator chea p With eagernessIyegot a good one old chap Ill sell you for a third of what It cost me LUCK OF SNAPSHOT ARTIST Secured Photograph of Attempted As aaMlnatlon Which Appeared in 3000 Publications Pictureleverphotograph of the actual exploding of the bomb Which was thrown at the king and queen of Spain on the occa sion of their Majesties wedding It was secured by an operator for one of the llargest firms of press photograph ers The photograph proved a veritable gold mine for It appeared In close on three thousand publications including of course foreign Cplonlal and Ameri can Journals The photograph was secured more or lees by a niece of good lluck says the Strand Tie operator was on a stand wUn his camera in the place allotted to him by the police waiting for the procession to appear the camera was placed facing down ttio street up which the procession was to come From the moment lIilcameln sight until the royal carriage was within about thirty yards of him the operator secured three pictures He then readjusted the camera so as to get a ood picture of the king and queen in their carriage which was about ten yarfls fromhlm At the same Instant as the operator pressed the ball an exposed a plate a qark ob joeL was hurled at the royal carriage from a balcony window and then fol lowed Instantly a blinding flash and a noise like a thunderclap 1 The opera tor was hurled half stunned to the ground his camera folio wing ilm When he was able to stahd he saw terrible scene below him The JA rge crowd was stampeding in all directions Any one luckless enough to fan in that storm of rushing humanity was in severalIwere killed on that occasion of whom at least half were simply crushed or rnledtff1eandc that vetrIoperators camera were broke the exception of the last one he had exposed which depicted the actual scene at the moment of the explosion SOMEFIFTH CENTURY JESTS Anecd tes Taken From Joke Book Compiled by Greek Student In r Fifth Century The ollowlng anecdotes are taken from a volume of Jests compiled by a greek student of Alexandria HIer bclesby name in the fifth century A fAd man wishing tp swim wan nearly downed whereupon he swore that he wouid never touch water again until he learned how to swim Of twin brothers one died A profes liar thereupon meeting the survivor asked Is it you that died or your brotherr t IA scholar meeting another of the professltfn sald1 heard you were d adJfAnd yet replied the Ther yousee that I am still pHveti Well said the first In perpjexity I dont know what to believe for the man who told me about U Is a much more truth ful man than you v professor a bald man and a bar IA traveling together agreed to keep watch In turn four hours each while the others slept The barbers turn camefflrst He quietly shaved the head or thje sleeping prof eabor and when- thdUrne elapsed awoke him The lat ter scratching his head as hQ got up- tod finding It bare cried out jVhat a rascal that barber Is He waked the bald man instead of me The Famous Ra4iIIs the Lamp of Real Beauty because it gives the best llight of all- lamps The Rayo gives si white soft mellow diffused lighteasy on the eye because it cannot flicker You can use your eycsaIon as you wish under the JRayo light withoutjstrain The Rayo L mp Is lowpriced and even though you pay 5 10 or 20 for other ramps you may get more expensive decorations but you cannot get a better iliht than the lol priced Rayo gives A MtMgi durable ahaUeholder holds the shade oa firm and true This seasons a irburjieradds strength and appearance OM a Rayo UMT Always Ont MJn I 1I rHr=llw Jorv stanila Oil Company T JlENTIahowy siesIOccMlon There was something Vrkcwith the cake the baker said it llooked all rIght and It smelled aU right but hisI artistic sensd told him it would not taste all right j Then fix It up with an extra coat of Icing and we will keep It for re tersaid the proprietor Who in Ufa world would rent a cake l some one asked yTherwanttable for showv but a cake of thai size good enough for a wedding would cost more than they can afford to pay so they order fine cake put up in- Individuall boxes for the guests and- use the brides cake Just as an ornament They dont buy it they rent itSometimes a cake is rented a dozen weddinlitIcing dnd looks as good as new for thenixt occasion A good renter fetche about 3 a wedding h ASK THE SALVATION ARMY ThyWantlfor the HorseIA teamster who needed a bonnet ISalvationWhy did you go to them for such a thing as that someone asked Because I knew they had them he said 1 saw one of their wagons go down the street with two strings of hbrsBjB bonnets stretched from the top of thecover to the tailgate so Ihustled down and asked for one before they were all gone His case lr f hundreds rssaid an ann workc Our collection wagons are veritable curiosity shops on wheels Household goods and clothing comprise the bulk of the load but it is topped 6ff by curious odds and ends Penurious or povertystricken souls keep ah eye on the most conspicuous contributions Sand when they see1 anything they want tHey simply follow the wagon dowa to headquarters and ask for it l Con Knew His Duty as Usher The congregation of a certain church Is hot exclusive but some df its members were surprised atthe ape polntm ntota new usher They said that he might be a very good young man but he had nqt belonged very long to the churchV and besides it seemed unlikely that a street conductor would suit the etiquette of a house ofj worship But the trustees said that he hid been chosen for that very reason adding We need a man of that kind to deal with the end seat hog Re isa greater nuisance in the church than In the cars Early In the service he plants himself at the aisle end of a free pew and later Corners who are ushered into that pew fall all over him taking their places It takes a man with grit to make him move along This former conductor has the grit and he has tact gained from experience That la why we made him usher IOdd Wireless Telephone Writing from German Africa a tourist says We found hero in the dense forest among poodle Who know nothing of modern scientific discoveries a good and practical wireless telephone The natives have for the purposes of ceremony peaceful and warlike drums of various dimensions made of woodland these when beat en emit sounds of abotjt an octave in range Aside from the ceremonies the drums are used also as a means of communlcallon We had a proof of it one day Our caravan was ready to start when our head servant stopped suddenly In his work listened In tently and then gave unmistakable laterlthattbelndl8Unctsou veyedfiltoborn to his brother in a neighboring village l No Sifch Goats New They must have had some pretty savage goats In Connecticut a bun dred years ago Under an old law If a boy waa driving a goat along a high way and they met a traveler and the Coat Jumped onto the traveler and threw hini down and bit him and otherwise harmed him that boy could be sent toJail for three months and his father sped for damages The goat has Improved in temper since those days If one iis being driven along now and meets a traveler he simply winks ud passes on and the boy Is safe l f f 7fi IFLOATING Queer Discovery Made by the Crew of the lark Atlas In the Faelfto Oe an T crew of the bark Atlas which arrived In Seattle recently after rounding the Hmftolli Philadelphia reports a queer discover for one day of the IIS of her voyage She had seelnkIanything only three ships were seen on the entire tripwhen one morning in the jPadlflor the lookout reported that he had sighted land off the port bow where no land was supposed to be Nor could any be found oa the charWSIt seemed low ia the water Jut too much UkIUie real thing to be a it1ItIsland covered with trees and thick low uadtrbrush Birds and a feW monkeys were leon upca it but no other signs of life These precluded the possibility of the island being of volcanic origin and leads the captain to claim It as a floating Island He believes that it was washed out to sea from delta of the Rio de la Plata or the Negro and that the undergrowth was so thick that its roots held the the whole As he getherItore he away appears- to be somewhat substantiated WHERE WOMEN ARE BANNED Ne Female of Any Sort Has lean Al towed oh Mount Athoa for Many Centuries For centuries past Duke Matfro Sachsea informs us women have not ibeen allnjTlnr r4eITben female animals are prohib importeaifromthe inhabitants may not offended by the sight of a cow The peninsula is Mount Athoa andi its inhabitants are the members of 20 monasteries which have existed there since the days when Christian emperors held rule at Constantinople and gave laws to all Europe For 1400 or 1600 years let ua say no woman has trodden the ground of Mount AthosA quantity of art treasures and precloua manuscripts has been stored ia the monasteries but for the most part their contents and even their character remained entirely unknown TitBlU Auctioneers Hourglata- An auctioneer of this city coljecta all sorts of oBjects pertaining to his anclertt calling He has among other things an Interesting set of auction eers hour glasses The Auctioneer ofa century or so ago ended a salenpt by saying Ing going gonel and rapping 000I counter with his hammer but it was his better method to turn up a free running glass toward the end off the bidding and to end the sale irrevocably when the sands ran out This saved confusion and dispute The auctioneers gjasaes in the Phil adelhhiai collection are picturesque One is of tortoise shell andmother of pearl Another is Pf amber and gild A third is of teakl and IvoryPhuls Jolnhla Bulletin A 5ocent bpttle of Scoffs Eniulslon given in halfteaspoon I dqses four times ja day mixed in its bottle will llat a yearold taby near ly a monih and four bot ties over three months and will make the baby strong and well and will- lay the foundation for a healthy robust boy oi girL1 FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS 5ed1Oe name of paper aad this ad for beautiful avtegi PankUad CkUda Sketch Book Each task coaiaia a 6ood jjck PkH y y sColTJaorI S tet frY if VEGETABLE WASHER JS BEST Quita Job to Do This Work by Hand MachlherDoes It Easily and Rapidly Vegetables bring a much better pjice ifUieyaro clean when offered for sale It Is quite a Job to do this work by hand but if a machine like the one shown in the drawing ia con structed It can be dpne very easily and rapidly writes jV J Tulare ia Farm and Home A cyllnde made of two roumi board Easily Operated Potato Cleaner ends connected by heavy wires Is mounted ia a water tight bOL This cylinder la run by a small handle The Vegetables are put inside the cylinder and the tank filled with wa ter The handle ia turned and the dirt ia very quickly washed off Tie cylinder la made so as to be easily removed from the tank for cleaning Two or three of the wires must be so arranged that they can be loosened easily for putting the vegeta bles In and taking them out- PUTS WORKBENCH 0 WHEELS Can Be Drawn by Horse or Hitched to Another Vehicle GtfsoTine En gins la Attached The accompanying sketch shows how I made a handy workbench on wheels which can be drawn by a horse or hitched on behind another vehicle and taken out on a jJob of work says a writer in Popular Mechanics fA small gasoline engine hung on supports be neath the bench runs a circular saw Workbench on Wheels- A place is provided fox all tools neces sari to be used on any one job i CARE OF FARM WORKHORSES Animals Should Be Pampered and Fed Generously to Sustain Vigor and Good Spirits Horses employed for farm work should be pampered and should be red generously so as to sustain vigor and good spirits A team Illfed and consequently in poor condition am fejblaJ willl not O n real hard r ndlt ia a wasteoftlme to hire an expensive hud to drivo suck a team The harness and particularly the collar should be accurately adjusted to the horse If the collar is either top tight or too loose It galls him and seriously affeeta his breathing The work horses should be fed early in the morning and they should have a liberal feeding The comfort and rest of the team will be vastly promoted if the harness is entirely removed at noon while they are feeding Allow them plenty of time for a good meal and partial digestion before they are put to work for the afternoon It la poor policy to put them to wolV right after eating a hearty meal of upon a full stomactL if we would 1alluW the teams more rest at noon we would accomplish more work than when they are onlf allowed time to swallow their food At evening let them be well groomed and their legs and bellies relieved of mud and filth The practise of many farmers of driving a team through cold water to wash the filth off their feet and legs is dangerous as It causes many dis eases that they are subject to jA warm of overheated team should butfirstput Ijj a warm statile and after the blankets are removed they shoqld be wiped dry with straw or cloths When a team hasrbeea exposed to becomei as chills fevers and pther ailment often result from allowing ttfem to dry by the evaporation of the moisture from their bodies Gran Lands In Grain Humusmaking crops are such paNbromofound grass land plowed Is under bet tar conditions of moisture and freer from weeds than land that has grows grain continuously1 Hea Always Right Lord Northcliffe who began life a poor reporter now owns the alI don Times the Daily Mirror the ning News and a score or two of British weeklies and magazines Lord Northcliffe on his last visit to New York was reproached because two of bla newspapers advocated di ametrically opposite views But the young mllllbnaire Journal lit wafi quite ready with hisdetense Are there othe said twq sides a right and wrong to every question Well how without two papers can 1 be always rightr- Tho Ce t i Seymour I doat believe that wanI aaa tea a single oaoaty aaoog all his Boigkoora t ovorx opo of tkoaa ayoaiu of ktau tt H were the b aa ia tao worM ARleWeUl gases Ua a right but WaUaaaa teojto HT JlMt7kSckj for taolr good oflaioa ovory yoar b tea 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