You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, December 15, 1910. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1910 new1910121501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, December 15, 1910. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. kr HI I i t t r 1t I tI i n 4 D l74 k Irft r1IIl ct Jf r jF tRttaiYf 11AcIeAL1cSM j NT1ST Y fec ow Hartloii IkBarbfr IySr t rea tb1pIic 11wOrkfie w i SPBDGFILt ri 0 b cwI lc v nIf Y oIU IlwL ottnty tat 01 y5IU T1ir t cI 1to 39 I srq- Ik LiiMvItlI 1braaoLoidui14 e5q5Wtt iaikii41i 3g f arktlitra1 dttt BTwoT tLes cx- I Pl r rete tioa 11ic O- Ial lattK tr i 2 liTeiaO fr Hba BtJ tow Xy hlaXetttttI kr Legi- slatwe l D4i1ar r RpttasAtvt lt1te cat n o T1 Caaibe9sylle Xv I 05 pocyJnJ Lc I f uItCbUn ckiCEt bia1 tkt fourth kONyhItircbsr ir tLuJddt0xiu 6cHa rWaltkAt jJ ft X Bo A xe Clerk 1hitt C7 aey XaMSC cLifron ie ill LL QUaiTZY lOUllT r 7r 1MWtklk tt ujjck tk jtiBilr OURT iw 1r1 t ut e the fIITtk 1 l ch moithSi L tsejJide r f 1 i w 7F citTdKJ f r I TjyO t7AtbOCY1 111 Uisge 1IetJR l j tI Zad1tILitrtVJl jmuCuke j jS t tS i t itir if tDh1e f TvLLtek1i Aseocir t ih 4 T POpttY Trret rt ofSj 1f Jl4lAthpt t CIraI Po leurIctTYCOURT 4 t Jaea L XPUe JidgeF5- JkR GruicflMrskal i ii tptJcHS City Attney lJ 4 frjtTfctcdnRx 4r l1JTw4 Cctaare held iaoJaa 4 Aprii9iteb fT I Sa j cttclorYSiIi METHODIST CHURCH iIcy Jl T Wade Pastor wdei i ylcei vtry Sunday 11 am and pm MIo1evey Sunday af10antl Irrftyc MHJIC every Wednesday t I jctJ I CATJTQMCICHURCH f r avl a gi szII r Ih3iyer7 rla7 8Sfld 10 l li t a ervlc5 at St Rose same honr l ZBYTEIAN CHURCH Ri Y R E C Lawson Pastor r li Yry aD ay atlftnf iP Bd 1ihOO e eJ- o 1L at 10 ani Pilyfr11 EEtb prTn r V1D 8t7 OCk 1 L l BAPTIST GHORCH Rev W farriscrnWiliaanS sto Fr ekicTfctppy tioday atr l an ad 74ip J Sunday School even 1a7at3O a m Prayer mcptinj t CT even inrrat74 ocioc1- t t I CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev WE Wolf Paitbr Ser rr ces first nd or4h Sunda j Suudaj SSkcol 930 am SS In KILJrru evtw- i MoCU1cTPEU9 5 5 Dm1i D at81 MDJfilmr ftOfIOO l t IIICftlUUu UllIALLTKATAWLG- S r Y1 RJM ff Wj L f 225E Orchard Lawi irI geu Ik 4 No k f fS J3ezington ICy T FrS i I I l U f y i NEVVSLkADiRi f Iq J i- at It ds Like Fiction l When tte SouThern Gonfeder ic cjcftllhorwjihmy it weptall topieeertndtfein first juntas babolesdd when they burst says the Brook nEgle Well whtr6eonfedercy Th itusI throughb 1rsgfltsou money fo- otton stored broad I The jaiwe 1 biif jyuo he blockade b nack4 ricciVe by th agent whotit g transmitted iit more thu once ibefore to the Richmond Govern m hestAttbe very1clstthere wasnc chnioljd Go verd merit apd tic GoBfederacy The last iriiijic4tft doheffoottonva- cC4 vtjafter the Confederatera Government bad ceaseTJ ij to beIIt could hot be retu rued to a1 Government that had ceased to exist arid whose officers were fugitives The agent who re eeiydibab last anstallmentl didi oo t lifeItheUnifed States iQdPernment Thelatter did not the agent ex isted It could therefore make tCIim4bniimi r jS moneyTi longed hereVijThere was none who claimed it here The man Itept Vijf iitrt caras Norttb invested it made more mosey with it and most influential business meri inf NfeT y3 dying on Friday a r4 ultimiinonair resppcted un j linapf aclmble and aled through t1 ciT marriages of his Children with some pfthe inost distjn gnished families in the United Weniayajerit and sequent metpolisn multimillionaire became of became one of the richest and iostliberaI supporxers ofT charity educatiotiand religion themIbtietha fortune of vhich thell ereri Suggested had madehim tla o custodian Wdat lie iitTfWay exCJjWhat he 4 made f thous and time exceeded what he re C81Y dflndbasbequeatbed AriweAiiay 1urLherjjiidjdentS J oftRic1t Fifth j venue in Manhattan on Frifgay midjnigbt t l C6tintyPY2ltPay it A t tIJ special from Frankfort to the daily press Sates rTho Court of Appeals Ttqday faiiorauntying and the county will have tp itp aipaiding the sum fl 500I f thasw Circuit Crtfrwhich years to complete l The court here saysthcr tr F uit Judge has the poerLor- derall t o bocks anclcleric3lyorll ht is necessaryfor faciiita5hg the workjftlie court ahdJJ bat the county must pay for tthe workSremembered that an ffItwlllbe this work was pre Fiscal Court and refused as they had JS xJct vLiyiJui aiitru forthe wor- kSuwas t enfilediin the circuit burt someIihirigfJ ln ot the case Judge Thor theIcaunf for 1500 Tho cpunty- pfficjafs appealed tie eisCMa- onn Fa coD ReachinSilicTop in any calling of life demands ayjg orous body and keen brain ritbout health there is no sncces 1 But Elec trie Bitters is the grejt st health builders the vorld has dyer known It cbj4pels peifcctcactioa stomach yer kidney bowels purifies and enriches the blood tones and invigo rates the whole ystcm and enables yon to stand the wear and tear of thsotsufferingwrites WM Sheruan of Cushin Me three bottles of Electric Biters make mtfeel like a new manS 60c at Haydon Roberton- iTtraini Kills Cow Cow Kills Ngro Negro Kills Dog UMobile Ala Dec 11 When E LqplsVllleand Nashville passenger train out of Mobile struck a t SaturOdaywere aa unusual and unexpected ar they were fatal The cow was hurled to one ide striking a negro who was watching the traibgjjrby The negro was knocked into1 a puddle off water and killed In falling he struck a dog whicli wasafso playing tbjif pare ofi innocent oystahdec andthe life of the cahine was snuffed7 out top If Notice V Haying purchased an interest in the firm of Cunninghanvj Duncan I toke this meins of notifying my friends and patrons tljafc L Hlbeglal to eemy1 frienils and willer nt them alt nkIJDgVOUsoliciting your future pairohage beg to remain IJSihderely yours Wm B Wharton r POSTED IIJ All persons areJiereby notified ttp take wariiing thatI win prose cute any andl all persons found hunting on my premises BufoTrdNeikirlf fJ i HaS made headquaritQrs untij Xmas at the Ir I fold reliable Joy Store of t f 2 ilAI SHAiJbEt tt if or t14L it TOyS I off III description for the Baby the Boys c and the hrls J 4SpOLLs AH kinds c nd sizes Guns Trunks i Jt Fireworks Tea Sets Banks Stoves J faLbles BedS oH Buggies Olj Wagons in fact i r fP RYTHING IN TOyS 6 i J I jIDarSaita l3ause IiIi am a lit d1cer j I 11yearsoldt SIschoolbuggy alittte desk to put tiN and orariges1baaas peatfuts From your little frlVpd Katherine Thompson f V IDear Santa Clause Pleasebring me a doll story book rain coats ring some candy appl sQrtngesj sant8jwi 11ur JitIe fd ari 1 t Louise Noe wDear f SanLt Claus Iaj5 a fiTElpgiH our yearsfcld and if am very good so please tfrpg me Yome leggings oranges tlppl9s7 banana nu sla doll and mrntivt VitnriF Shaf ID dee for a good little girlM ike me I will go so bd early aod shuiv inAeYJstigbt sogoodr bye Santat I am yburirttlMjendl r Marianne NoeV 1 J For Sale r f 91 acres of upland Prfrtot ihisis fenced and from six aCreg l of same 1100 of tobacco was sold in oi e year Tuere isinuuh valuable timber on the unfenced portion Ifr win be seen thaiS kills is a good investment for price300Oasked ior rt rfdr quick sale Reasons for seflfng desire to invest where cap give closer personal attention Neither this nor any partnfI my place is in the hands of any agent member of my family or other Prospective purchaser Iy must see or iteISOqa PEARL CONNOR JSpiug1JJ1 Ky u ChildRushes Back Into Burning Home t rRUsSel1Yllle KyvDec gIn the fire tthat destroyed the family residence Inst night Josle the eightyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Anderson of jthe lusco neighborhood was bur ed to death Mr Anderson was awakened i by the roar of the flames just as theroof was falling in Ho f ran tically seizedhis two mchiidren and escaped to a place of safety1 but Josie jerked away andran backs into the house and thc grief stricken parents could dp nothink to save her Her charred remains wjnbain tefred at New Hope ourying ground this afternoon 1 44 4 ANTACLUS1I i K 1 BigiineGaiiies Nuts Fruits Rdiseis Figs Dates tcI3 2PRq tLOW BUY NOW j J 4 11JJitk A j 5 JSHADEAt 444444 rT fflCI it 7 1M J Hp POOL PLAN tL 1 orF = 5T A Suggestion For an Org ni r 4 t f tion of Tobacco J ItGrowers t tfY O SS e bince the p6ol for the 1910 cr lt theiadvocatsufor pooled crops in thetate have beenHryin t0 formulate some plai by whic ia pQoMor the 1911 op could be- bestorgtnized Amon the siiguestions alpng this Uine isa pTan sulbmitted by Mr Charles CotinorSj of Hatrion county Ky wlijlf 13 as follows vf r l undersignedtobacco and Iandowr1of ihd BUr 1e tobacco belt dpherebyJo considera ioof the agreements do thereby bit rve achto theother- ot ix q prlce of not lless than twevei12 cents per pound on tjobsLicot grpwi by us jn the year 19fiSnd we do hereby further agree and bind oarkelvetr Lh- auiess80 percent of the crpp oEiobaccogrpWn in full is sold b March 1st 1912 tthat we will flptf ijrpw any tobacco in llbe year 191nor permit any tobacco to betusedouariv land owned by uspbthatr wecan increase fli pliceof the unsold tobacco grown by us in 1911 a sufficient pfairrecompyyolvtdln the production Of that IifSWe further agree and bind urselv inc e that at least Jjghty 80 per cen of the crop growu in 1911 is not soldby the fortsald date pf March 11012 itb Jo alt within our powej in an Honorable and legal way to ir fluence and persuade iur neign jVors and friends not toralse any itobacco durihg the year of 1912 4Iti is mutually undet stood aid agreed that the toacco grown by each of the Ipbaqco and landowners who sgu this agreement is to remain in the possession oJ the owner thereof he to set thej price on his r rraDd to sell iti t to whom he pleases at a price fixed by him that price how ever not to be less than 12 centsj per pound The above suggestion basin it much to recommend itself toi the advocates pf a pool in the fact thatit will give to Jhe pooler- the control of his own prop and thus eliminate the heavy expense attached to any other method t however the only way to fight the Tobacco Trust is by competition Other plans such as prlorsl without looking to the final disposition off tobacco ern- atlord only temperary relief There is np reason wby riya l factories could not be established to hacdle the pool product in oncethis is done the organiza lion will be permanent ForccdToieavoHomcEvctyyear sufferers whose lungs are spro and rac with coughs p rburgedto g9 to another climate But this is costly and not ways sure Theres a betterway L Dr Kings New Discoyerp cure you at homeuIt cured me of lung trouble writes W R Nelson of Galomine Aj k jt when all else failed and It1tal4 pounds in weight Itssurely the Kin of all cough and lung cures Thou ands owe their lives and health to iti Ins positively guaranteed for Coughs Colds LaGrippe Asthma Croup all Throajt and Lung troubles BOc an 100rT Trial bottld free at Haydon Robertson Population Of TfiK United States Washington Dec 10Thpopulation of the United S ates- ii 98402 151 This is the tot l Dumber of poop o enumerated d ihrpughput tho States fTerri i tories District of BicoHinbegan April 15 1910 The totali does not include the Philippine LilaiidsSt The lincrease In the country s pppulation duriqg tjie last n years Jwas 16U552l dr 209fpjr cedtr over 77256630 xnd1tir pppulaticn in 1900 compare d rtri than5 increase of 14276864 t or 227 peVcent over 62079766 6 the population in 1 890 TJie population pf Continentali Hitted States Is 91 072266 an increase ofJ5917iQjor 21- per 0 cent 0Ier7 in19b0 when the increase wiS rlS 0468B1 t the total in i890- Asaresqlt5oth fcensbs Ken ff fr ftucky drqpsfroni fiw elf h Lci four tenth placekihlthj Jjs ol States New Trseyt Wisconsin and aUJ eJgra bit behind The States iin the prcTe 6f Ke1lftugkyijfollow lfff orif fntslvan IIlit npis Qlio Texas Iffsisaptusetts j IndianairJpIiforniaWlSC V rfjj Y Democratic Committee Xf Called For Meeting i rjiilftt o Too Hon tL R1PJPwitt Oem11 craEicritare hairmiin has issul tilJr1eeUiS1viUnI The purpdsef Jln trieylingiis t select the timevand nimneir for which Demycraijc card dates jfor Stute jfflce shall be eec ed Alll the announced c Ldid alcsf for office t iin be pr 8 nttt i f The meeting will be held at iiiidSe1bach Hotel the C I of Christmas tr t f ttbS it is Christmas time and a1itt this moindnt the call is to lift up our hearts and welcome the ight dt the World to rest for a while in the glory of the light t not indeed forgetting the les spas he would have us learn nor ll taioset taught us to kOJp and love and v tisayson uin tlianufulnesa undadora tr seeking o learn more ard morahow he would have usI SSLIhtrfie psr sense of personal rCo v spbnsibilltyandof our duty to 0PweIJfofi1thtba fuith by which mount t lins can be1 removed and athttruer love S devotion thatcan t bear even the reproachof the cross if Permission may bet gIppart of that burden cTheus debtors to Gpd aiid man It i iSj tion whet ea others are kind to us as whether there iis love gen tlenesj meekness sympathy helpfulness in our pwnlives air not With this spirit of the season reflected and per petuatetlIa iin the life Christmas giving will resolve itself into Carittilike giving every fday from Christraastide to hristmasofc dacame not to be ministered urHQj but to minister to suffer and to lie for others even his enemies Rising far above the lower arm ofCgetting PkTVnat Redeemcan to my aaantetwhat can I do for others for His name and the gospels That is the reincarnation of the Christ spirit and exalts him who said Cgdsriraw all men unto me Ex Lexingtonijt During the first xveelt inJsnInary bf gianfng the 3trd ancf llast- ing irouli the 6th ho stat 1Thiversitat Lexingtohkhsr ranged 16 observe Farmers w elc Thisfwill be the best opportunity ever offered toLhe farmers and availalthemselves of the benefits of th 4ncultural College The swine cattiaind sheep breeders associations of the st tS iill hold theiran tiual conventions there oq ucIcessive days each devoting a hull dayio speeches1busjnss JingJ t ei Association the state cori behelpiat the Jcollege duiuj tbjweek Liberal prorarumS art oCfered in the yafiptis casali i JhJ 1creainelybi I t In pf tbeJIi r1eMUa A w t rsUBsGRJPlJ6NJt Ii I tA l j JI jt 1 l 0 f I t h tI J l I 1 r f L f BAKINPOWRF t cs I GruHers IIWKe U Blisciiits HotBeadL JB- More TastyTT Ill AbsolutelyI Heal f Ii W i Idod tttorredgtrrg5fwrlc r1Rates of onefacplas2oc t the round trip liHrye been secdred over a Iroads The best authpriiiesin the Country da the various classes of stock have beeo secured for the week Alt isaSsoVuteiylfjree Particulars j premium list etc mayaobitieci by dropping a catdto M A cbveli Leiington T Settled iIi Full While in Frankfort last eek h rifiJoht A Bjarion called at IhI cpunliy oniciaVAVerei visitTng tne States in guifipetit new building JudgeBLwhp had settled In Inn wVtb the State he stood sixth in the order e final hecks were ieceid in the auditors office TBe dates of mailingthe six vcheckA jyetft jftheeations five checbs wejre re- eivedbeZor the check for the Balance of Marion county taxes ol1ected681C12MaHouFa1conMany p ted Night Officera JA Robe t thet jiamsj Pete Williams Will I jOdlejnd Dick Maxwell aHcoipred for bpotlegging Agktnsi some of the accused theOfflcers have severall cass Huttwas he first to be Widi Tn the oilc Court Tuesday JuOga t honr as fined him 100 and cost nd sentenced him tb priabo iiy 40 days in eacli of three C SK Other than the BOO tine and 12Q v 4j pisporsemence the Qouf ifiSfeU biin an addiii6nat25 and osts and sentenced him to 10 ais in jail forcarrythga con coaled deadly weappit which lh oftia jrs fouud on him at the time ijff the arrest Maxwell on W d jnesday plea guilty iin two case and wau fined 60 and cpstsiiti each which he paid Two other cflses against him ivere SUdl 1awayt The cns against pther i rlset for this morning Lebanon EutcrpriseIt j J X ePrrIbJI Msii- Ir5 t t Ii CaTryinffiL f 1hshnplelijt tJedow1 1I fnit to soltthe w r i t r Jtrpet LIglOSettlecase the to rItal tap inventorsoepsie4b4 t prp TSrnit1spWi4IthI ttedroomofthe 8 ib J1tr 1 and revealed to be Ioisof Tff lulipnizeI i ill rtanifactm and tp jfiervatIonThe perpetual motJ9 iiLlmI 1inthe cxtrj labout Ii foot anth tt Itqi ancthsame l MfJI btl wood wit l11ftY rMel tticontaining liixMt na iiI rv itm brief a m chiM i iMii the magnetic earth dwtIwhichi is fojiivalent t jstutSmotion The young Italian ceci tbi- m ll f tW I into positIon a wooSs aqit containing sfccf taw ot M Iis described scerrttitWcnd imYt ditly tM ii gaD to revolvaiia aaiiutac ni i I f Jofsp edS r The4n ventiote t =kediscuMion on viis in progrMc Mt4rierJ sif j the GoNriorft ckei mA JBfc tf e wor doia qweM l Wa M Ia t jJEe solved thiq4i4ot coitservatiori wIll b iwdfor neiiher c olmbeecessarf04 tli rni 4tfactory wheels wni ItM o iing oTthrworWj a tke iaeartJIrMr if which oaratiqLt t x llnl iI jt Jtbii ieIj i old and ham ivmsroth in i 14v- enti u tphwtioe111diU fasafetyaRtoi aM 0 p 1M 1fitc6a Jtthai a kclhli woktoe his PrpSsEo theory AlpreiM i jbe ioiik ing on wreirpeisvism appliamceLO be sed4osii sgirwhich throhiltsklL ia a9iitan tll 1uitllim 4psbIi ifcan 1J t i Pure13roasNtjs J rby MJB JlltI fJr W SprigflldXvS iIc t A ro AbouteStiif i OF t i1liiryM B p yf i e t J 1 To oe out my JiliHiIP b 1ii 4- ici M Ai4cjiN W It J IJ 11D Pa Ilits iflit S4s4tI ttrilWf r cost All 4 JTd1eCvt Hati at uiw pro L in i All t1c Jr VJve Festhsrsj ffSiaa t z Ooting Oat w 1 M Willie Knottv j I 1 j t THE NEWS LEADER wjA m qrugI sPRmGaiLDkY tI I MLW JMfclM Pvttfer 1 I 7 TwDAYDic TMf f1bs W et jil orJ i fr Akrs aostofticoohas-I bI aSik4ykkl pr rOiI r tbtrs was a large I Wr f poiiMU cm the market bowyr ck wu me t 1Jthal1 a d bWdlacwM not ipurit L Ywtiri y UM markft dbjistdtiac olin advance t tDj tUtr Tito I ciIi ma bat t fIlllst o- ltbgrpirt ss sly fair o TM ToUcoa Board gina tie AL t Ntr 2 1 t MAILORDERS- pROMrTLY lM Yateea ARCFULLY and on nil ef or we pay forwarding IH4 a of tUepartMat LwIsWkMtestI irWomensllandlierchiefs 1 6Forr15c 85c f L1NN titcHdf MMwMlcerMr WtialJi4jMt patltflM er BBCMW ktSa edge eelored- iMSBki pink greenwdktven I AU2LDtoiHnd SWISS Mrwd red s whit or black bMStC1sed or- a WfllTl LIMEN embroidered less corner har 54 ititdMdemDirld MtMl ImMtitdi black border or bIacLembroidered i lngfHia one corner embroid in pretty design one ibtold red aa butterfly sadbtbeyaI1ey one cor ar basd ill earnatMiMQr vtie f jaejI center witk sas ana4 yl WHITlfSWISS IBciHefed or riIL JdJ mbeei4erdi iabteck rijAlfcfc i 1ldeiiaytSJ jWornens Neckwear SLACZ LABOTSr all sew dain Alipdtupose19ci t ti WWt Netsto Per ssstriedoneisa 25ci toe at I t JABOTS net or cfelffop lace ahnew condt1ona in t j I sldual boee 1 50c 14 i JABoTS handmade Cro I hft Jabots excellent tr 1 5pcialsach1I r J J1 P COAT COLLARS VeoieeLae CeatCettars pretty tacy effecfis e e m abex splendid ratoea On ale at each IIasd 5Oc7Sc0 I ens Idea r Boxes oft ro COliKINATlONSl1SPENDEIt J f ADBAND GARTER iiaaaeadleM variety of pat ienM Prieed per et atfl4 cAnd57uCt J COMEINATI0NBATHIOBE iiltlt ltTOWZ1 AND SLIPPER ft 111 tiHwepteceanadeof fine Terry tMk tow ThfeHaakea a very I j we cristmsa Ptent as 1thetsreput op in beautiful giltM boxes W about tWrty styles in 50o4 BOYS SUSPENDERS IN- BOXES attractive styles at M raginfcXro 50ct gSc floo aSfJ j IfJ 31mt9 I i I LI i t kANrmIIP l b If r25cf tsyhs TIY1saiS iIIIIrI t nr Red Burley Trwh groniixed 0050QMbvCMjtaj 003850O- caIlKMlJr 7 00 QjQO 1Mil Lig 11008 1160- Qottteftf Aort 8 OO 000 Oo ll f i 900 1000 1Mii 1OQ0 1100 Good leaf 1150 1500 Il aBdaifceted 00 18 50 1 Bright Red Btirley Trftsi ff orvmixedf tiJOOQ 600 lIndJ 800Q5p Common lugs 950 1150 dujp 1100 l00l GOOdl 1200t4 1800 coE 1f abort 950 1100 Common leaf 1100 12OQ iUdium It 12 00 1350 Good leaf 1850 1500- Pineand selected 1500 1900 i STRAYED On my farm about flare months ago a black ce1f1 jfeightinsr about 450 pounds Owliwonbave same by paylug tarae and for this adver emet t H G 8 J v I AND FILLED WMi t ktaieek Mil Order1 ra 91 mow P1ritWR 1i I and Mir MM sad sad amd s easy Me Zeek I Irish rSS AND SET SET L show two PMM 13 leaf I J WHITE WHITE sieped trkitaMd Special tfiisa1 different Trash heifep 6 For 50c 275f WHITE LINEN hematitched- withliandembroideredvine elab orate embroidered corner Anne man lace corner and edge Gre l clan border burternV in corner Madeira embroidered corner in esd1eee variety center Irish POIt with lace edgehemstltched shamrock with vine embroidered in black 75c to 750 WHITE LINEN dainty em broidered scalloI and borijered 75c Madeira embroidered vine and scallop LOO whi eshamrock with many designsi of embroidery LOO with one French handem broidered corner LOO with Wench handembroidered scallop and vine SLOO with French handemlroidereq fleurdelis 150 linen center with Irish point lace edge 175 and 2henistitcbed shamrock wittjvery elaborateemboider 250 and up linen enter with real Duch e1aeeedgefrom 32of750 t I LACE SETSrCollar and neatly boxed Specialper tST0CS fancy Chiffon CuffsII silk and lace trimmed 1 alUatede IISpeclISCARFSrSUkand Mull Scarfs in solid cot rs also white with Persian borders all 2 yards lon- g1OOys L SCARFS Ombre Scarfs in allII olorsi 2 yards Ion marked espe =ow forhoUda12 00 Spangle5ssrfsceptable gift choice of three g- oodI6OO New christmas Peent in i t fif Combinatidn Setsi 4x l Put Up inFancy w UENSCOMBINATIONSETSI cerized silk socks and one hemstitched silk handkerchief to match These come in navy tan purple and helio and the prices 00setfancyChiisbmasboxes such famous makes as the Pioneer the President the Crown and the Buirdog Suspenders Prices range from the allsilk ones at 1Oudownat 75c 8c5OC and ones39cf BANDSIN J bands at 50c each cotton garters and each blds25c1 t e sI Manchester Shirts i I Tbii lreatefr 100 Shiruon earth every one hand 1 ia Q4erill cat sty1ewIthlaitedor negligee bosoms t wptbtrrotpear bmttoosandthe new square cuffs Fit i41 ff artti or money back 1 rlyter Shirts t1D l r Shewmakerrd s plaitsfroin3to2Oplaltsin hundreds of fancy stripes and figures in all the very latest patterns Ask to see our hew laundered40plait place es at 200 Specialiy t LOO fJtJ t t I 1I1ens 2SG Oravats 7 BAWD OR SHIELD TECK8 EsekadfaIcyeolrd 2Sc f I BAD O HIZtD Wis sa d nsad esIIkzEATWING QC TIIs b4s- dcsadbq M1W rSiOC r f r rIP U 1IIa i i I iIWHY NOTtiJ Select something handsome arid some tthing worth while to make your 1 Christmas Present I il- iiii iiorii beautiful line of i iiCut 6lassIi iiand worth Sterling These the articles Silver fnoney are Novelties good of alltl t i EdM Russell Ii t 1I1 1r Miss Dels i Keeling orMa kjyule is spending a few days Miss Eva Shewmaker Mr John Chris terson of Mer cer county spent Thafsday night with his cqusin J A J Sims and family f Mrs lames Carey of Tatham Springsi is spending a few Jays with her parents Mr and Mrs W P Scroggs iThe party given at the Some of Dee Shewmaker tin laSt Fri day right was well attended Twelve girls and eighteen boys all report an enjoyable time Mr and Mrs Richard fCleat han of Illuois are the guests of his parents Berry Cbeatbam Mr and Mrs Sam Royalty spent Sunday at the home of Grundy Dennis at Sharpavllle v Mr Lonnie Shewmakerlo k a flying trip to Mackville Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs Everett Keeling fipint Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Heelings parents WHCoulter of Tatham Springs Miss Velira Coulter spent Sun day night with Anda Jenkins Mr RO Piokstpn bought of Cbas Williams 3 hogp at 7 cents Mr Doc Kays Mr Richard Pinkston Elias Perkins 3 B Jenkins Mr and Mrs Milton Grider Mr and Mrs James i Carey spent Sunday ac the home o4j homas Royalty There will be a spelling ana entertainment atTatham Springs church Dec 22 by the schools close by Everybody invited to aLtendI Miss Meniryie Coulter is spend betjisterIS Grove uti1rOs agali f ills the Bills fey world ftnfous rifle shot who the championship record 00 IIThIs ID 00 consecutive shots ia at Lincoln Ill Recently In ervjewed he sagsI suffered u lok time with kidney andvhladder trouble and uled several well known kidney medicines tall of which gave me no relief until I started taking FoieyKldney iPills Before I used Koley Kidhty Pills I had severe backaches alcrd pains in my kidneys with euppretalon and a cloudy voiding On arising ah the morning I would get dull headaches Now I have taken three bottles of Foley Kidney Pills and feel 100 per cent better I am sever botbered rlth my kidneys or bladder and again feel like my own self1 Haydon Rob rtson Tie Banks Must Put Aside Some Surplus Frankfort Kyj Dec 9Sec- jretary of state Bruoer made au important ruling concerning the surplus of banks IHe seated that in tbe future he Would hold that each bank must netteaplus reached rpercentof its capital stock He also said that if the surplus becomes impaired by any rca son that there could be no more dividends declared until the aur plus required by law was cret by the bank Brnner is sustained in this riling by Attorney General Brt4tfcitt w 1s2yt r GetIM eYDdTaT 1I i ieUw JilCKi Itia itaf saithe Cota3as Utu tel HaooaI r AccidentalyKilled t Informatioghas been received here ofthe death of Mr Sam Caskey which occurred Tuesday at Long Branch New Jersey The message stated that bis death Was caused by coming in contact with a live electric wire Mr Oaskey was born and rej to manhood ID this community He was 30 years of age and a son of the late Mr Robert Caskey opularago he went east ancJhu been employed as lineman by isle phone companies New York and New Jersey The remains will arrive in LebanonAhis morn ing and the funeral services will be conducts this afternoon The surviving irelaticria haye the sympathy of many friends Marion Falcon Eiiblic Sale iwill on the premises about H milesSoJth of Texas on Thnfsday December 222- f f at 1 oclock pm1 offer for sale to the hlg eat bid der the following peisor all prop erty One goods 7year oUl horse 8fyearoldftrm mules 1 aged mule lvjcow and calf 1 steer calf 1 yearling heifer lOshoats 8 fat hogs 15 head of ewes 1 SMiqrse riding cultivator 1 good mower 2 one horse riding cultivators 1 A harrow 1 two horse wagon 4 sets of harness 1 cook stove and a lot of small tools a lot oj hay Terms made known on day of sale JC GORDON Sheriffs Sale For Taicf Byvirtueof taxes due the State of Kentucky and Washington county for the years indicated below I or one of my deputies will on MONDAY DECEMBER 26 19lp r offer foreaje at the Court House door in Springfield Ky the property described below or so much thereof as will satisfy the tax and cost SBrush Grove Precinct 40 acres of land listed in the name of John Hellard tax and cost for the year 1905 875 35 acres find listed Inthe name of Robert Baker tax anU cost for thet year 1905 964 r BYRON CROAKE s w CI By EdMa3CDS i t NOTICE 1 Having decided ko closeout my business and leave the copnlj tarn now selling my stoclf tit merchandise at greatly reduced prices All persons indebted tome will please come nand settle promptly as all accounts not set tkd before December 25 1910 will have to be put into the hands of a collector r Respectfully RL Cecil Nov 25190 1511 Beats All This is quoted from a letter ef M Stockwell Hannibal Mo I recent ly used Foleys Honey and Tar for the first time I say I am pleased COM not half express my feelings it huts all the reniidles I ever uted I contraeted bad cold and was threat eB d with ipheu oela The int doeci gavegreat relief sdone etc completely cured mctt Contain k opiates Hafdon f Boberftotf aS ii 1 = 7 r 1S33 OOO STOCK OifdGODDS ii- II Sacrifice PriCBS For i CASHfl- IMr i t iii iW HPWharton has bought an interest in our bushes Dd in tFreduce ourStockwe illmake Sacrifice Prices on every item in 4 J I i tjjfA III1orTh Hash We will sell Suits and Overcoat at cost consisting of the wt known makes of Hart Schaffner Marx and the Welworth lbthew for men and H A I Seinheimer SL Cos Perfection Suits and Overcoats S for Boy and hildrenI I We have 35 Goat SSuits in thisssSale at in ity Prices from 6J IIc to 2000 A rare fo buy a Suit for little Money liI 4J 1 bw 1 I We have a complete stoCk ofl Holiday Goods and Gents and Ladies fineUmbrellas Mufflers Hosiery L Gloves Handkerchiefs Toilet Articles Cuff and Collar Boxes Glove Boxes Art Good etc that go I at reduced pnceaI i I Blankets and Comforts Bet Blankets worth np to 9 00 forw 600 I Bed Blankets worth up to 600 for 400 Bed Blankets worth up to 5QO ror r 8 50 These are Wool Blanuets and priced Jess than jobbers from 85c to2d worth from 125 to 400 IIpricestodav these goods regardless of cost i I is an for era to to see us be r 4k t o ii f LI will on j 20 sell to the highest bidder at my resi dence at Springfield Ky all of my lands consisting No 1h9me place of 41 acres 7 polel just outside of the townlimita in 300 yardspf the Graded and High School This is qe of the best and most con venient homes around town every building that is needed and all good Also a good young orphan of 150 trees Tract No 2 07 acres 1 rood and 10 poles on the Knoblick tirt roadj which will be piked in th6 rear future 1 mile from pike and 1 12 miles from 8im1e school xThia is mostly fine tobacco land In fine state of cultivation and has sown on it now 35 acres of small grain Has a good small dwelling newly repaired good barn room for 10 acres of STiact No3 207 acres 7 12 miles from Springfield in the Ballards store on county road 1 mire from pike one way andl 12 miles the other hat fairly good finely watered plenty of tobacco and corn land full of grass The cheapest farm inthe county considering what it can be bought for A chance of a life time for ia man Of small means Also 2 jots in the cemetery the bes located to be had now The sale will be leldt 1 oclock pm in order not to conflict with the tobacco sales and to give interested parties a chance to attend both sales 0 On W 28 at 10 oclock am offer for sale the following live stock I Two goodl farm and family hors work anywhere not afraid of an auli tomobile PSyear old combined t rse alfine saddler 1 yearling past a good one 4 milch cows 3 jersey heifers 2 bucks some hogs imple ments cutting box corn sheller big lot of tools wagons surrey buggies gear harness etc 110 rrodsI of wire fence 6 stands of bees about 600 bushels corn 25 or 30 bushels wheat hay shock fodder tops etc Big lot of tobacco sticks 1 Underwood Typewriter good as new organ a good oneI household and kitchen furniture and many other things too numerous to- menpn Anyone interested is invited to come a jdbejnown over the premises by the at any time TeznslibraIl anisade known on day of sale Sale to begin promptly at 10 oclock Lunch served at this sale at J2 JAS IeI S M Campbell Auctioneer A merciless marderer is Append cltto with mauy victims but Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by pre v gently stimulate to mach lireriad bowels prevent aff that clogging that invites ap pendicitii curing bijwlache biUo iiSj Chills 2E dale Circuit lourt Ky D W Burnset al Plffs vs Equity Woodson By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court retidfered at the October term 1910 in the above styled cause i shall proceedto offer forsale on tbe premises in county Ky on 10 1910 at 2 oclock pm or the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of one and wo yeats the folio win g wit- Five certain tracts of land akinL lone body containing in the aggrega and adjoining on the North the lands of Mark Smock on the South the lands lof Mrs Bob Wilson and on the West located near East Fork of Glens Creek about 3 miles from Mackville and about Possession given on January 1 1911 Fcr the purchase price the pur chasers with approved security or paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bldderjs will be pre paredto Comply prquiptly with these terms I I Sate Washington Circuit Court Ky Mrs Etta Clarkson etc Plff DftsIBy virtUeof a Judgment order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the special November term 1910 in the above styled case I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court- House door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY 26 191Q credit of 6 and 12 month the following described properity towit IA tract of land lying and being in on the Springfield and Walton Lick turnpike about 3 miles North of Springfield Ky Isand bounded by the lands of BenEd wards Edgar Linton R S Mudd and Sam Mudd containing 30 12 acres more or less This tract of land has ho but its location on the pike near Springfield and very near a public school house makes it a desirable place to make a home of- This land is all In bluegrass For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security l paid and having the force and ejfet of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared l to comply promptly with these terms C F BOSLEY MC W C C jf ha 8at No one has ever jmade a salve oint ment or balm to compare with Back leni Arnica Salve Its the ene per fect healer of Cuts Cproa8B1iIms Scalds Boils Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheom For Sore Byes i ffft Entire Stock flil4b F T = fti Costa opportunity nice Holiday Goods Shoes 1 IJ f Men andiCbildrMi Shot awl 1 atCott I f Wall at cot ir tDress Ginghams t1f l Out entire stock of Drew Gootfs Ginf b ow D timf 7ia J n llette Notions ICt will be offered at a price less UMM t t they can beQu t CmrptU Matti gi EkeI f 4 Carpets MtingsOil Cloths tAs 61tB Ri Lc crtalMy t Druggetts I and Rags at manafaetvrers kvi r Iiu cWr pries r 11 i This opporluni to buy goods less price than you have rhad them you Come ahd convinced I GUN PUBLIC SEE TuesBiJ December thbaccoIneighborhood improvements DesdaJJ JDraber agricultural ofallkii1dS undersigned ROYALTYi t1oBThey Constipation Commissioners Washington PowellDfts Washington SATURDAY DECEMBER thereabout describedproperty polesmoNorless erlyandMrs goodtwooutbuildings bearinglegal cBoslEYMcwcc Commissioners EquityMinnie DECEMBER totQehighest Washington codntyyKy improvements beringlegal Wands BruisesSores 011S011 OUP IAofForCASHJt Womens REa Paper less than Goods Etc htIoffered II- INqH Mt DUNGM TTTTuo l DISCOUNT r RS11relUe rI tfferiiij my fcriess mf feV e fM afc m prices art iMg 5 per ct tfxijmt fcr CM M alIgNdscStlsfrmiup r WAG0NBREEGIISINJNlfwfiJUng1nti t ft WAGON IgNES all made li feet Isag itwed sad M 1 inch JJinea f 0118 jnek Lines i r p rittITbi sfroiaNo1ather j rBELLY BANDS sfe zplf Inch wide per pair iff lt inch wide per pafaw Tr 11g inches wide per pit j 7 o7r I BACK BANDS with Maps pod iJMiHyJ fs- rf GOOD SOLID 1 INCH B ME SCRAPS Zfe I am tfftfat my dIIiIIl1Upui c fT 1i fatiik ralik f f 2BdleLLsj2PairHaae with trpe L 2 Trace CkaiM extra HnyJLr i 1 2 Cellars 1 Set of BreecbJRff all leather J 7 t ++ 2Belly BandeaolrL 1 I51PairLine1Sfeta ot 5t i iDiscountfdr cash i 4 A iIIaLOTawels =Ipair or 455naps extra 7 IdTotal i I IWiD make the cMwkfe tirtfll fir I1 t Noisyoutoportunity to Mver 1fIItdtIi l BUGGY HARNESS per satLrWe kave MMiiy tber styles t 11 I give free with ell set of Harneee 1 pad rWWl MM K i c t k periKkt s siiI t youwehavtbheavierwItkpriceeinprerMi t1Ic4snapforbackIngstras1aadlines 7 1 I I have the meat He el JIanM aee irtr Washlngtodeewity CaH aW tee 11 CaI SIft TftJ tf f Gec40Begernann OI BIt t1t i 00 6ba aT pfewsLiadr nd Lquis viile Eveningi p4w For 50 I 0 p r4 i 7 RG r BURTON r THIItT NITHd1iN I PINGPIKLID KY Osnl Work Sfcrfly FIatIsI JJ fi DR J V MVDD HtMu ni SirM OjJBi h mr J fc ai0 1to2pSa- II j Oa Dncfior rMD tkKrNe I Ii sPisN a N aa t r L f WFVGR1GSBY- fttTOftlBE F r AT LAW 4Hk f twii PLJ KL tr DrfLW HYATT 9es S Rwl dross Drue In Qitot koariEyttlOO 7 m W f2 4 to 5 pirn i i- r i1A J JIIIN Y1MAYES 4 l lllUIKECTOR 4t1l EMI LMER i U TLEPHONE AYt9NIQHTT4 t t t IHfflfiMJ E Y f fHL i r FWkrwwif it tbt timf schedule t tt IMW UWUat on the BardstowL- ii aW SprIaMld bramch railroad i j f M 41LeTe 4 Louisville at jiQ j m Btrdatown Jnnctioi jI22 iiJaeiBardtowii 606 pm ir VtB aV Sfrimgitid 655 pm 41 L aToa Springfield HI t 6 00 M Baritaown 645 am BtraWwff JuiKJikm 790 ami anTM a XjQftiaTillf 820 a in 4Ro 41 Leavea Louisville tf7 710 ft Bardatown Ousctiou- 8W a a j B rdatown 1005 a m arriytaat Springfield 1140 p m Kor 44Ls Springfield at l0f ji m Brdatownv220 p mi I vj Bipdtown Junction 410 pm7 7 arrfyeft at JLoaiaville 545 p m S 19 90 Stadaya only Leave 1 SprjlCleId 715 a HI i Bardatowri 8OQ a B B4rd4 owa Junction J 144 a mf arriyea at Lonisvillv- 9J I i5IIrrj No 91 Sinday only Leaver cLotiaYiU 600 pm Bards torn Junction 645 p m Bards towm 7SO p Dij arrives at t at 825 p mSkingIs1d Iifiii lJTeetthex ltracteawith Ioat PAD or t DA1fGERI I 1 I AU WORK 1I1 DMM in tkis ollc isIrstclass l T 1a rt1Mi crery respect and just as ad ij J I + 1 I f 3SALLARD D D1BS 1 c ZPPIRTltId KY I t1 T l11I r I IOilIIWllN 1 Latest f f I1 FrieNds t fttHl AcMjiuriiitaBci r9 u Irr ltI IIIIrMM FOKSALE 1000 or more old brick Jtfrs E L Daviaon Fireworks o all kiDdsat McElroyf SHader r Barred Plymouth Rock Boos tars for tale 75a Mrs JTYaste Ask your grocer for Bon Johnson flour give it a trial and will always order it i Mound City Paints may cost trifle more butLOOHaydont TI1 ajar of Monarch Mince Maaifor your Xmas pies ready to use none better Mcllroy Shader FORSALiOflO sow and 7 pigs and 2 thoroughbred poland china boars W G Grundjr Xmas is here and we are ready with our usual large line of can diet nuts oranges atlowest pnqes McElroy Shader FOR SALE 200 bushels of Orchard Grass seed at 2 per bushed O L Brady A large line of fruit baskets filled with choicest fruits Noth at received a nice assor ment of Fenways and Liggetts hscclatee iu Xmas boxes of from onissf Haydon WifTt LbBTrOn the streets of Springfield Jasfe Wednesday a Gold Masonic watch charm Finder will please leave at this office and receive reward J Toys cheap closing outpour line at reduced figures Dont 1V8r look this I XcEIroy ShaderJl LOST Between G D Robert sons home and SL Dominics church emerald heads ona voId chain Finder will be regarded by Miss MaUieKoberNison LosTYn Stinday Nov 20 be tween the residences11 of Mrs J W JKelly and Mr J F 3imms a Hug Muff Reward if returned to this office Alt 1 persons knowing them selves indebted to the estate of dTE Harmon Binkrtfpt will cairon the undersi ned or Joseph Poliu and settle same at once as it is neccessary to close up the busine lit once W F Grlgsby Trustee iJ llrVGUbtrt HII din and Miss Effie Gordon were marrieii yes terday afternoon at the home of the brides parents near Willis burg The groom is a hustling young farmer and the bride is a daughter ofSqufre John F Gordon The WashihRtbnCounty Inter- Denominational Sunday School Association held its meeting lat the Springfield Baptist church yesterday Services were held in the forenoon and last night I t viii 4 III T CUBS I t In aU abapa form nd fasiionS j fOr boys Sgrlsand old folks ate For thirty yearSSHoliday xoodg has bc IQmy largest line and pne which I have been deeply interested seekV ing at ill tine to secure something to please the most fastidious flence I have devoted Itimeand care in selecting the pres nt Holidrty stock of Toystc such as- I i Toy Dogs Dolls Popguns Wifont WhistlesTop t FireWorKs Drums Guns If Chairs Gcarts Candies Nuts Apples Oranges c4Dtes Etc l45S Rqi1r we hive what you want atlj e RIGHT PRIOR J SJ I COME EJRLY f et 514 fiifctai pick and cream of stock 51h Our frrt aim i to MtaWigh an attractive 3i 1 tb M tiaey mayisell Want no carriedpysr I a YsTruly f J Thomas fitHWiifirIicIIi TllefrHittad AHAbutYurt1T etc l1l1braDce SANTA my THPIP9 I there was a m ss meeting of al the Sunday ISchoo workers of the county Rev Vaugn of LouT isville conducted thp services rMr Clarence Adams wasra elected iPresitient audMiss Ella i Shaunty Secret J ryV f t TryBen Johnson flqur when you go to make your Xmas cake Every sack guaranteed 1 10c per pound is sure cheap for Xmas candy Youall know the quality which is the best only at McElroy hader Easy to select a nice Xmas Gifts irohi our line of beautiful china Our prices are llow let us show you IMcEroyShader C D Minor of Porry ville has accepted a position asHookI keeper withi the eSDepositI Bank of Springjtield Ky Mf MinbT has been assistant Cashier of the Dank of Perry villa for past 4 years and no doubt will be quite an addition to the al ready efficient forceof the Peo pies DeprsitBank- McChord Lands Li our last issue we stated that Hon Chas C M Chord tffts being boomed for a place on theC Interstate Commerce Commiss ion This week we are glad tof be Lu position to say that he has been appointed by President Taft to that higfi position Thejj officepays a salary of 10000 aC yesrSDeclamatory Conteil The annual Declamatory Con test of the Springfield High School will be held this year at I rhursdayD 8 oclock pmv The speakers with their subjects were announced Jast week All the young men are rexceUentspeakersapdtl1e subjects selected are the best in classic lijerature The judges tttis eaviUbeE entire stranges fcp ever contestant I being Prbf Sterret of the Lebanon High School Prof E N Fulton of the Bardstown High School rind the Hon E A Dawson of Louisville All are very able and competent me9 and Prof Colvin is to be con gratulated m seen ring them After the contes a banquet will be serv d to the contestants and their lady friends the judges and trifstees and their wives and the faculty of the Higb tclroolc An effort will be made to secure the fiigh School Tournament hare next Ityear was held a ferw years ago and was aC splendid success Prof Colvin l has succeeded in getting a nurnI her of schools iinjereateti and the prospets ate gpo6d all that isI necessary now is the co opera tionto- thppubliC in the matter At the last Tournament our school made a splendid showing and all Were proud of the man ner in which bur students acquitted themselves We want the Tournament gainLet all make a united effort to ejcure it Lectures atthe Opera House Qn TuesdayDeQ 20 1910 there will be a meeting of the Wash ingtoh County Medical Society at the usual place of meeting rat 1Q304 oclock a m The morn iug session will be devoledent- irely totha business of the Society and we urge every phV cian in the county to be con sidered and also qffisers for the ensueing year td be elected In t afternoon aji 130 oclock loti the Opera House there will be a lecture by Dr J G Carpenter of Stan ford Ky to1 which the public is invited Dr Carpenter has given this lecture in his homecuntyaiid in other places of the state and it has been received with bighestiaybr by physciansand the public alike There will also be an illustrated lecture on Tuberculosis by Dr Dunning S Wzlsonqfflopisyille- Icy who has recently ben ap pointed Head Physcian of the New Tuberculosis Sanitariam Hunters Notice Tne undersigned notify all persons that no bunting will be allowed on tbeirJIaBds JLNiIIy1Parrott C J Haydon Mrs Wattt OBryan Mrs Will JRiney L Vf Gftdl t 1t i Ms js almost here I t I and rnaveh1adeI = II= prep rat 1t l I supply you with fA F jew elry at rea1II so ri ably = Corneand Iowpricesjj 2 yVatehes Clocks I = Cut Glass Chains = Braceletts Rings = = Silverware Carvers = 1 and quite a lot of other nice farticles of value 2 i = COMEEARLY AND GET PRICES = JIfJ I cI GrundySwain The Courier Journal of last Sunday contained the following JMr and Mrs Chas D Gates hjive announced the engagement of their niece Miss Annie Davi son Grundy to Mr Enos Mitchell Swain the wedding to be solemr nized in January Miss Grundy was born and reared in Springfield and iis a daughter of Mr Chas R Grundy weeneyAdamsMr of Mere- erC5n4yaid Miss Ella D Sweeney witnfln marriage latt week at the fibaTe o iiJ brides parents in Louisville Ky bv Rev Pr Lyons of the Presbyteri church The brides a daughter of Mr and Mrs W H Sweeney of Louisville and is a young lady possessing o any accomplishments She is weal known here where she fohn erly Jived and having been enL ployed as a teachepin iheGrun dy Hpme for several years las past The groom is a promfnent farmer They will make their home in Mercercounty Hay Bohannori Mr Robert T Bohannon was1 united in marriage Saturday afternoon to Miss Sarah Anj of1thethe Rev Charles Ewell Craig deanj of Christ Church Gathedral was the officiating minister p1fulyoungone of the most prominent fami lies of Louisville while the groom who is also member of a prominent family is a young man possessing great business ability He is Manager of the Washington County Loose Leaf Warehouse Co and has made many friends here wth whom tNewsLeaderjoinsin wishing him and Lila bride much happiness Alt and Mrs Bohannon arrived here Tuesday uight and are with Mrs E L Dayisou Old Veteran Dies In the passing of Mr Wm P Kelly who died at his home near Litsev last Monday one more veteran of tln ciiil war has answered the l s summons Mr Kelly was a life long resident of the County having been born in iit in Febuary 1831 He was the oldest son of tatrifck and Mary fp Polin Kelly who cams to this country from Ireland a few years priorL to his birth Mr Kelly grew to manhood land became anexcellenicarpen ter ann woodworkman When tbeCivilwarlhe nowlISupreme Couift The late Cap tain Frank Hill was tne captain othis Companv During the war be saw gallant service and was wounded in the battle of Shifoh At the close of the war he returned and resumed h- isaseter As a man be was uniformly cpurteous and igenerou to a fault AfovKellysr jdispositiun was sucb as to mak bV ryone his friend as for enemishe had none fie was never married but spent his en tire life of neraly four score aiofIincluding St Rose churn iFunerdl services and buriall were bond ucled Tuesday at bt Rose He is survived by itwo brothers Tom a nd Nick Kelly of this county and one sister Mrs Janes of Texas besides numer ons other relatives LOW PRICES ION XMAS gooDIEs Best Oranges per doz 25c 0 30c lOcFper pound r New and choicest nuts per 5Ctflaistns T lb 20c Malaga I graphs U20q Best bananas doz 202 BestdatesII lb 15c- fa McElroy Shader fa FE1CfJAL 7V t Mrs Abram Svdnor spent Tuesday in Louisville Mr and Mrs Robert T Bo hannon have retuned to Spring field and are with Mrs E L Davison r Mrs Nellie K Tb urman and daughter Mary Logan Neale are visiting friends here Mrs Jas Williams and Mr Vandivttf Harrodsburg wre heepf jJMrs T S Nelliganj of Louis I rlI SPEGlALINDU EMS I are being offered ro in 1 I J Ladies Suits and Cl aksf fI Mens Suitand Ovcrts r 7 1r 1MenSsj y I ICIii1drenIand Shawls Fascinators Aut iiII ii 11Jnst assrtII J table inens and napkinsi handkerchiefs hand bags hat pins and d- INoveltiesI IINo Trouble to Show Goods Here i I The RolJcrlfn i i r I i ClaybrQoke Co INCORtORATEpL1 ville TB here at the bedside of her husband who hay been ill for several days with a very severe attack of LiGrippe Hon W D Claybrooke llas returned from a trip totheEoitb- MrandMrsCIaud Campbell of Louisville spent several days l rS1MMisses EUH anddiMulllc- an will Jlleave the last of 5thg week for Rome Ciiy Ind Mr Ed Leaphman has return ed from Kansas where he has yearsIw Mrs John OShaderIs spending a few days In Louisville f I Miss Jennie Price is the snfeslb inoBardstbvvnI Miss r ntter LeTchmanv hs vrsitoMrsM8S Zula Campbell hasre turned tto1her home n Louisvijle after a visit to fhe Misses Camp bell Misses Mildred Spalding and Nan Dahpney of Lebanon spent Saturday here Mrs C wi Hagaiof Leban on was f the guest of Miss Mar garet Hagan Thursday Mr and Mrs Parnest Thomp son spent Sunday with Miss Car- ne Edelen Mrs Smith of Butler Mo is the guest of her sister MrsotoS- B Thompson f M IssMayMeyeswlllreturnf- rom Lexington this week Jas Walls has moved frcmi Moorsviljc to his home on Lev anon Hill which he recently purchased fromMr J I Wimsatt V Mci Mary Dahoney Phniipps visited Misa Mabel Thompson this week IAS 9 I1GESTIONS H ItlIy We have on sale Jice line of GllRISMAS PRESENTS fOr father npiher sister or friend A Cigars 50s i25sandf lOs 2V H Pipes Shavijrig Sets Safety Razors Perfimei m STManicure Sets Embroidery Sets Chafing Oifhes 1j Stationery Candies Etc i It isi no trouble selecta Christmas Present from- ourstock 2 Jvy- J s1 1 t J FRIGES RIGHT i 4fi ft H fir 1 t llYDON WILLETT r STROUSE mpiift DAOC WHEN ATINC WE SAY 11J vT00L4 we mean aU wool jut woolwUl only wool IhH h A Cob IIkarenotcottonfixed p anv other kind of eyes at theqa and you cant detect a thread or shrd of cqttdn Puiewool Isthe oundatief of agod v suitorovercoat HifchArt UiJom if is the superstructure Our incd r t t 4 i1downWhen you bqy HighArt Cloth youre inca safe deposit vault of T Uc j 5rity THe makersbond their foerlinings jErimmings and tailoringjWitit honor llighArti Slits fl5kJI rt Iffik Art OCwts 15 ltpsWe aJso show a biIt line of tJiiiHi Sand OvfefcoaU fr50 to 1100 peCliLlvaluelili il II l i 5w v7P t r 50 Burley TObacco Fair by the WashinjtpiCo TtlwCCi Warehie 6k c IIGiven At SPRINGF1ELD KY C TEANNOUNCED tATER let 2 fJiP3 j x Best Bright Leaf 1000500 Ii 250 1 250Beat ilyrBest TrashS 250 2 50 l r1ttSix 6 good medium handsMaed together compose a sampk S niv m your samples and come and lets talk tobacco If you ptd to tlemaL write us at once No entrance fee EyrjlMidy iwritoii to r y6 5attend flSclnfffttwhatever Our irarehotw Iocatod a the J is owned by the farmfor tbi1 lAM us andj etter th head almdI1d 1Plenty your tobacco to the V H n Iof stable andshed room ERE ROBT T BOH ia MANAGER AND AUCTj 0 IsGEN i i 0sSSUGGESTIONS FOR4 Xmas Gifts J A nice J Leather Davenport from4l5DO = to O r OO Jjr or Sideboard 1250 to 4Qdi IIlBaffett l SOOOto 3500 ilTable 500jto 3500 I Set6 Chairs o 5450to 1 4ttBed Room Suite po to 7500 A 1 Hall RaCK t i 350 toe 2fOO v Odd Chair for flail or Ittceptfon a- IEoom r sp toS t OO vRocker in mahogany 6roak4 20Oto w t2Q00 i I Morris Chairs inxjak Cif 12 SO tO i 4i7 t Table mahigiy or oak 1000 to i 7 20 Qtlf i tI wv 350 to JlO OO IIDressingBedi j 1500toa O iand Parlor Tables iDO toT 1 20j I OftPictoreOII v ij I family the llargest assort i I 7Sment ever shown CJJl 7ir i- qI t 0 j 10 00 I Just a few Rugs pO per pent vk xrIc yaOAi l High Chairs and Combinations 100 to w 1 IIA We are better preprdss o tdiwi v supply your want and wrthowtamy adIa r Come in and see for ypuiMlr J i l Lea hTao cam eli I 0 i TTLiI r 8 8o8 8iSANTA l4AAH kinds of toys for cfnfdjcn r B tOnnnsAut e F urnurWuhSetsathS efreiy to many f fotherthingL is iJLbNaf Ff1J jJy ANDBll L 1I1L1 auG Hertlel 1 Bro ai I A T = I h I to itbn 1 tofouow =way neiI teatfIaa bat bCCIUMtiLr 6aid4 JJae ir r tr ot = tiif libod1 ia ry to faiU 40 itadilty Uycuuskor4 I- yr tf baL A a + mtaIM1 Iaiiwt f ct- k el = y tIIeJdiaetfewoa mited ItU J bssltk tiII bee I 4Lt the most dIem Iag ysed a sediciact yew IIM M the beItr = m j5 t l ==liar y T ft Wt1t 2IiZ1g7O jr1s S 11 y have iiney o- iW1e Mentioi thi pepa Swbes ag tcrDr XiImer Cj Y Don t Jituui any ne Cbe the uiiner Swamp s 1st a deem t11 yoiII piece of IsmpRootld wfl be dIqiiit i Po iJrti1 r f i fw SUCTION OF aooD LAYERS Nt Uiiiiixal fbc WeJC 4Mhwteil Farm W IssIars Aviren f Etfe p1ev Per Yew z After u1IWlor tIMextDIIl jeet S Ia lillIn tbls Indus d J IHx kei Mea the breeding by careful aetlee olneeaof bear that are ex 4 JoaI s mys u excIaage t eeeeM fora u wc- tedII iwpi to average aeerly 200 ega per t bee per year j sd tle teedcy is t- oI t fcar re upon tbie tfure Several 1 i rrtfo M AnetraB an egglaylBc iW ISw keM ztee lag over as- tIN Tear ttIL gretit umber Of bree P4uH Iast cllether I dIt ie ef tlM wlamlBg pen ItIItj avraaf from seven t sS ecIIIJerlttMMr Prizewinners t countryvc elmilar tests are conducted from time- ta tlMeand it is not unusual for one J pea of Selected fowls to produce an Average of 250 eggs apiece while tho recerd for Individual hens a mucht dteputei honor Is considerably above i ithftt figure The Orpingtons appearto he quite ai good layers as any other p kireed1 The Brown Leghorns while Mtqu1te so prolific layers require h4relatively small ratio s and therefore r jveeggjwor six times her weight each year I jGOotiFARM POOLtRY HOUSE T LMlflesCWoman Gives Deerlption rpf OpenFront Style of Structure J for Chickens ikb Our main henhouse is built ihem Vlk boards The openfront style off hpuee is liked best anet the one shownIt JB the lustration cost about 60 cents per THiming Zoo writes Mrs D E GrfeTrJof Ieeborn County Mlnnvln Horfetteadi This house is 50 feet InitJOifobt pern a section of the front li- fciged i to llet down to admit fresh 1 Jrfi f7t ijT f Cheap Poultry House sis ji r tJJt jnslcfii covered with netting tc I onlyII I k HTy rpared roofing paper is 1 1S ecofiotoical onI11 rot falckly afti leak quicker thani j tkff i cay TJw sides are covered swiitka elMMptr raa of rooflnjfjhJe Ii u f U Into U111e narrower houses f fctl r i wHiter than would be poasl- I aM ifKh wMtr fWM ai we irid ther i more tthe moc eggs ani Seajth kr Mws Zyijy day unleas etormy7l tbe freet islet owRaid pleat oil 1 le cair lJw wthout RF1c I Prsstee1 f I 5 t rsAw pcmHry efcle4srvf0r tke profit JJ5r eb JII ug for cla1Jt101r ombFt l J dJt l r yeeg jr MD by ftt from wko rJ1 kM reJeetf Whit U korM om a lsrg l for 17yesws on tie HUM I 1l= wF r = I pt I m1TliD S j t LOOSE LEAFWAIIEIIOIJSE t i I SPRINGFIELiD KY 1 1 ti Tandy Quisenbeiiy z Gp ppopr 1 Cii i T 1 Iii D trffuttwn SaI6SJ T JJ Well Lighto jals Fi or f J1 l 11 f c The Depot i- HousrIsNoar J willbTandy Quisenberry Managerr4tk Orn Piece ef Good fortune cr tmry of War Dickinson who Is authority on lore And manners of thoi southern negro tells this stOry to how the colored mans quaint se11se of humor ofmj street one day when he met Silas Greene an old henegro had employed tj at various times Silas seemed to be ewatkad in bandages from head to perjcepUbleWhy whats the matter with you jLawdde newt queried Silas in disapppi 1rfoiWelli way Ah was palntln a house routf LaWBDOH byuh an Ah wu hIgh pp on a scaffoy J1erj apldownbroke my laig An Ah spec Ah wouldl hat done kilt mysef ef it hadn been fq a pile pjb br1ckwhat broke my fall someThe Sunday Magazine Compelled Have you always been in the shQW business I asked the sixtfootejgh contortionist Oh no h I sayganas a traveler- was on the road selling goods for fifteen years- Thenwhat in the world ppt it into your haad t6 become a contortionist I questioned I waS compelled to become one he wlmtIInieasly hotell bedsIhad to sleep in The Cost SeymourrI dont believe that Wall man has a single enemy among all his neighbors every 090 of them speaks of him as If he were the best man In all the world AshleyWell j guess tbata right but Wallman has lr pay pretty high for their good opinion r every year Tie has to invest nn ewlawn maver SWhen Theyre About She looks very serious Yes but ti pre is nothing serious Wout her jisuallyJ a couple of comet diana are rivals for her hand iii Qo You Kpow the Tree lght11er u observaitlonCenteicjDan and years was asked if he had ever seen a coffee bean tree and replied that he had n9t Yet In the courthouse square there Is a big coffee bean tree bearing a larsta crop of coffee bean pods everyilJljHe had looked at liacIli HAWWH lAST CATCH I Weasel More Than Match for Air r Prowler r Iit J HTragedy of the Woods That Shows Small Animal HasCourageandIS Is Slow to se Presence of Mind No animal is more dainty or more luxurious in his habits than the wea setl He steals the fres1esteggs lects the tenderest chickens of the r brood and will sometimes kill several for a singly meal sucking the warm blood and eating only a small bit of the flesh The fact that the weasel Is sly 1dcunning does not detract in the least from his courage He sticks not at attacking an engmy much larger and stronger than himself and never loses his wits even in moments of great peril The following is a ease in point 4t J Two wood cutters were eatin Jj Jrj midday meal upon the bprgpoY a for theynoUced theskyer eadevIdently with his eye upon something near them He was gradually narrowing his circles while sjapparentupon his victim Cautiously the men l dropI I and presently they came upon a sel stretched out upon the Warm side of a log not faraway probably sun ning himself after a long morales sleep for the weasel does his work at night This was no doubt tie prey off which the hawk had a mind to quietlyBCious of tile danger or indifferent toitfJust then the Jiawk came gliding down swift and sure as an arrowI selzeqrthe weasel with his powerful perpen1dlculnrly finish were cse at hand Soon however the movements of the big bird became strange and unnatural His wings worked rapidly and convulsively as1 if making a great effort to sustain flight Then he bej Iganto sink slowly at first and with frequent recoveries till finally he fejl straight like a plummet to the ground dead From under the out stretched wings of the hawk creptthe weasel apparently unharmed It was plainly to be seen what had happened The weasel had quickly stretched his long supple neokup under the haWks ing stucM his 4thI Into a vital part and sucked Out theI life blood t The muscles of the hawk relaxed as the blood was rapidly drained There was a last desperate effort at flight the wings flapped uselessly in the air and the heaviness of death brought hlitf swiftly tp the ground illi EaseI1hadbeenJ tunI IT= That Cold Roomon the side of the house where alwayshasrest of the house There are times tfhen itis necessary to raise the tmperaturequickly or to keep the periodThatr method op heating without great trouble and overheating the rest of the house The only reliable method of heating such a room alone bY other means is to use a RFEC1IOSMOKELESS I HEATEJL f Absolutely smokeless ltd oderlus hlch can be kept at full or low heat for a short or long tlmi jyi Pour quarts of pil will give a glowing heat for pine hours without smoke or smellOJ theFilletcapbottle font lag Ai lostAn der prevents the wick I Ycoranoveandfa 1MIt body or giliery cannot become wedged fPc nbS unscrewed weliasitIIts Eviyee lrtl ofl IIrsim1tr dacrpttv MthMacsIcgeecycVhet Standard Oil Company I do 1 INDIAN WAS TOO NUMEROUS a Clever Plegan Poiy Thief Out IHow a His Band Ingenuity of Pursuers by mountedll f about a dozen of their ponies had been stolen during the night Pursuit was immediately organized and in the course of ah hour the trail was struck The band followed It for 30 miles orj moro till it jSntered a river and head ed for a little wooded island r Smoke wa rising from the treqs J ff and an opening apparently the mouth lot a cave was in plain view Present ly a Piegan Indian showed himself in front of the opening He was in war Paint and at his heels wait a dog fr tty soon the dog sqented the Crees who were lying low and began growlIng and barking T ieganiIment theji1ty entered the nnotherPieKiTcame round the rocks and also went in then another and another and another The Crees lay silently Jn the bushes counting till upward of 50 Plega s had come round the rocks and gone into the cave and still they kept coming Each carried a rifle When nt last 70 men haA disap peared in the cave the superstitious and cautious Creesjconcluded that evil spirit had something to do witI- It So thoroughly were they filled lathis idea that even when reinforce ments arrived which was in a few hours they were reluctant to attack the Island night however one Cr eless- IIThnt than the others crossed over to investigate On approaching the supposed cqve he found that it was noJcave atall but simply aii oVen lIng leading some ten feet Into tho rock whore it made a turn and came out on the other side There was the remnant of a single t campfire the ponies were gbneland nOt an Indian was In sight The clever Piegan thief by making the circuit of the passage and the end of the island 70 times had so deceived his pur suers as to gain the Ump necessary for his escape Youths Companion FleshReducing Fad The most recent fad of the extrem ists has been for fasting a week or more at a time or a diet of milk or buttermilk for a longer time Noth- Ing of that sort should be tried except1 under the doctors orders and with his watchful eye upon the effects of j mustfso that no strength will be required Three splendid movements to be used In combination with this diet are first rolling on thd floor one twiceIloose for this and one should work up the hundred t Second4fb by degrees rising slQwly on the tiptoes and then with the knees stiff bending over un tit the finger tips touch tle floor This movement will require patience f and perseverance before It is accom pUshed spccessfiijly but it is very Iimportantto hip reduction Third ex tending the arms on a level with the shoulders and twisting the upper part of the body first toone side and then to the other slowly Harpers Bazar rSA Rebuke t pfe7Prldet The late Jrohri S Huyler said New York confectioner was for all his millions and nil Vhisjj philan thropy a man of shrinking modesty Though he came of an excellent family Mr Huyler laughed at those persons who In a democracy like ours boasted of their ancient lineage W A banker once declared in Mr Huylers pfesepce that he was descended from the princes of Bovvys knowiler Yet I heard a man tell your brother the oilier day that he could trace his family back tothO days of armor and shirts of chain mall My wife made me stop my tra clog when I got back to shirt sleeves and overalls 1 Sign Posts for Aviators A German aeronaut has devised tI system of orlentatibn which will help the German aviator at least In find lug hllf Vfay through the air Each German province is provided with a number and every community Js pro vided with a letter A guide book to be caVried by tile aviator contains a list of provinces and towns similarly designated Thus If an aviator sheathe charactr4O A lr painted upon the roof of a house In Rhineau he knows iimmediately where j by theseSIgnslent is SOW actually Tjelng installed IB flermarir J p 1 SELECT GOOD LAYING STOCK Use of Trap Nests Iq Sure Way to Determine Which Are Layers and Which Are Dronesf dependsI willIeggs that are known to be hardy The only maklngselectItthe experts of the Maine agricuUvrall j obtaInedIvestigators and an bccasional poultry man however can afford the equip ment and the expense involved m operating trap nests but every paul tryman can by observing his young stock during the fall select lets that are beglmj find bb 1i Leasops breeding a pen of bIrds with the function of egg developedi from ptember to February or March is a pretty good indication of their use fjdlness and their eggs are available for breeding during the pullet year While the chickens from such eggs are generally not so large at maturity as those front older hens they do not appear to lack constitution or vigor and there is no apparent rWson why they are not desirable for breeding purposes Pullets which begin laying first or the ones that start when quite young are generally the best breeders Ills not the largest birds of any particular breed that are the best but usually the mediumsized fowls Early laying is an Indication of a strong bird by uslre the eggs from such fowls it will not take long to produce a strain ot layers that will Jill the egg basket jn winter as well as In the early spring A good layer usually baa a long body and Is especially wide and deep in fluff EXCELLENT GATE FOR FOWLS Eliminates Nuisance of Chasing Chick ens That Have Escaped from the Poultry Yard In ordet to reduce the nuisance of having to chase hens that have es caped from the poultry yard the de vice illustrated herewith will be found Entrance for Hens rhighly satisfactory says American Ag riculturist It consists of a frame set in the poultry fence From the top Litwothe center arc hupg by freely moving hinges or loather straps The hen walking along ithe outside will see this opening and push her way through The doors will fall of their own weight Hhfl her CCHILDREH 0 R E N In disorders and dis t eases of children dhigz seldom do good and often do- Careful harm feeding and bathing are the babies remedies ScotlsErnulsion is the foodmedicine that Ixbt only nourishei them most but also regulates their digestion It iis a wonderful tonic for chil dren 6f allages They rapidly gain weight and health on smalll doses FOR SAiB BY AXI DRUGGISTS Send lOc nameof paper and this fid for ovf beautiful Savings Bank and Child SketchBoot Each bank metals a Good Iuck Penny ScorrsowNENPTkw Y i SJ f trGREAT FIGHTER VICTM OF MURDERERS BULLET I When a bullet areeriIonI a ranch near Conway Mo I one of th best r fighters who has flashed across tho Iugilistio firma meat in several 4i years took the 5rhcount for all I time Ketchel1 held the title of- theworldwas fcnce regarded as a heavyweight possibility He was Wned by Wal ter A Hurts an employee of R Po Dickersgn a friend of Ketchel with whom the fighter was staying Stanley Ketchal was born in Grand Rapids Mich 23 years ago He was of Polish descent his real HeiGrand Rapids for a time and when 116 went to Butte Mont where ie was a cow puncher bell boy afcd worked at various other pursuits be toughthlSfirstbattle knQckIpgIHe soon gained quite a reputation as- a fighter a ounjs Butte He particI pated iIB a number of battles during 1904 1305 and 1906 most of them be ling knockouts big purses offered to fighters the Pacific coast drew him to Cal ifornia Where his fame as a terrific hitter had preceded him In 19Q7 he pUgll1sl1cJe Thomas then regarded as the best man in the middleweight ranks A couple of months later he knocked out Thomas in 32 rounds after a stoPP1dtllkeone round and then beat Mikes brother Jack In o rounds June 4 of that year he fought his first battle wIt Billy Papke the Illinois Thunderbolt winning In ten rounds Hugo Kelly was knocked out in three rounds and Joe Thomas once more fell a victim to the cowboy fighter llasting but two rounds In September Billy Papke Knocked outKetohel in 12 rounds hut KetcHfei eyened up mat ters a couple of months later by put tlng away Papke in 11 rounds Last yea Ketchel fought six battles Among his victims were Jack OBrien the clever Philadelphia fighter l dpworldsOctober 16 1909 Ketchel mads a game stand against the clever negro blgjandIgan man away in 12 rounds Ketchel was the most spectcular fighter in the rIng He was not over butcarrIedaldfighter and game to the core When he was in action he usually kept the spectators key dupto the highest pitch He gained the title of the Ifjeh igan Assassin through the fearful axe cution wrought by his blows etchI babItslected his training He hadeen going a fast pace and Il4ely struck the down grade A few weeks before his death he retired to a ranch in MIsI sourl with the intention of building himself up again and defending his II UlltiaU1 CENTRAL FIGURE IN A CATHEDRAL CONSECRATION JThe central fig v tecentjC j5 Patricks cathed j ral New York j was Cardinal Vln- cenzoVannute1llI r Ii the legate of the lpope Jto the late IrI Eucharistic con- gressY at MontrealI and one ot tile rreatest dignlUi 41tles of the CaTho lie church Car dinal Vannutelli pemalned in this country to take part in the consecra tion services In New 5fork and In the interim between the congress at Mon treal and the ceremonies In the me trppolis visited t1o wfst where he was enthusiastically received The fefllce of legato is the highest nmqng all those representing the llo1y seo abroad A legate holds plenipo tentiary powers directly from the pope and not from the cardinal secretary of state Cardinal Vaunutelll has represented the holy see on some special lission in almost every country In the world and Is as familiar with the courts of Vienna St1 Petersburg Ber Un Madrfd and Lisbon as with the Vailcan in Home He lived several years ifi Constantinople and In BraziL- and wfs legate to Great Britain during the eucharistic congress in London three years ago mmandlnfandImpressive hW ways He is six feet five inches tall and has broad and massive shoulders He belongs toa noble Italian familY and one of his brpthers Sera phim is a cardinal bishop of the church Few princes of this great spiritual jujcfsdfctlifn are in closer touch or in stronger aynipatSy with tthe United States than JZardinaf Van hutelli who was prominentlyl men tloned as a probable successor to the lIftto Pope Leo New York Water Power New York states total water ifbwer without including that of the Niagara and St Lawrence rivers babeegth- matd at lBoO000h tse power Eight bundrer andeighty thousana1of this Is undeveloped The New YcJTc water supply commission has recently recom mended that the state expend 20000 300 to develop this water poWerv lc it estimates would return an annual profit of 1400000 it AgajiiThe very llareone and Mrs FedagoVs boarders be gan tbe a little anxioua on the sub Ject of Jta going around t Fihalljt the last bit wasdlatrfbutedandtheldiot glanthfs pprtipa obseredtthat- he rm the neck and the Dopes nose ppp Ah Mrs Pedagof said fce Wltk a genial smller yoii are a wosrat I1Mtt0 J t = 1 E II ciAVe5jkASliijtthCSWkJ3Q ProuesDiesIkjttta flcssiCo Oioqir- NOTNMCOTIC- la i I A t ariAOJ AfrctyfcrItIoiiSourSkjkjkia- fL ssILossoFSLtZ 4 NEWYORK- ij old IIi35 35 Exact Copy of Wrapper = 1 1 CIrorInfantsandOhfldrsj0 i The Kind You Aays Bears the tL 1signatL i of 4 ti f tr d1j 1 7 J f j f1 tr tlfifU 7 Jf z h U DJs8 + l rJ 1 PorOy r rfr I Thirty Yetr1sTA J 0ffr i1 rHC StAvff fMV S5 4 J iI EVERY BUSINESS MftflL f t Efiopgnizes the importance of conducting all buiuMSrf Mlfelep hone bothjocal n Jon gdisbmC e rt is economy in N1Cj J kfJJil f tlJ f time and money Unexcelled telephone service U t over the lines of the Cumberland Telephone aM elefiraphCoi J pany Long distance connections to all importa tpotfttf1Di ittpeg United States rates rcaaonabe nejvcethebet 7Jlf CUM3ERLAND TEL P EnEGRAPJI O PANY I 3roprttecl tr Ev44 1 j5 i4J In BadFixeelI had a mishap at the age jbfff41 whfch left mla birf fix writes Mrs Georgia Usher pf Conyers Ga r IJ 1wouldI j headache heart palpitation and many slrange fetlirtes n J I suffered greatly with ailments due to the Jfngetl life and had 3 dOctors but they dId no good so concluded i to Cardultry I Since taking Cardui1 I amSQ much petter anI can do all ray housework T CARDUI1 T t V iiJ- 4t leWonwii TooicV t i Do no allbw yourself to get into a bad fix Yomhi get in so Had you would find it hard to get out l Better tk Carduiwhitethcreis time WhiJlJyou sri still in moderately good health jut to eon serve yov ItteJietIa and keep YOU in tip top cpnditin In this way your troubles wlieve they are WiM grd l uaUy grow smaller instead of largeryou will be on the t- j Upgrade Instead of the dOWnandb and bye will arrive at th ncrth pole Qf perfect health Cjet a qottle at your druggists today 1 FS Ee rf tke eUUe M el the krJe stroa er thM to i eosIts I weakest organ v If there is weakness of stowack liver rluJsl vreak link ia the chain of life which piay gncp at anytime QflM 9m weakness is caused by lack of nutrition the restfk ellW of the stomach and other organs of dlgest ba sadntrieeweaknesses othC stomach gad its allied orgee are eyrtbPierces Goldep Medical Discovery whea the weak osiucured diseases of other organs which scent remote irem lits lai I haVe their origin in n diseased condition of the stomeA aii I other organs of digestion csfl nutrition ore cared lso Jt V Tiq strong man has tl strong sfaekI Take Ibe above recommended Dlseev cry aid jrpu may have R atraf st f sell and a stroaS belly GreAwiyDr Pierces Common Sense Me eriAdvwr new revised Edition is sent free on receipt of stamps tapey mibookume Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y rLOW ROLfl4D TRIP HOME8EEKKHilrPAMt 4 The West Southwfest and Northwest VIA 1 2 RAINS DAJlV2oC 2TMMf MNYJI t ITo CQ r To UjWITHOUT Tickets en Sale FIrst arid ThYrd fue Miyef IIn sash Month Retiirn Limit 5 DY frowi e q Yrltefetarer4IIil DIfs IIIt 11 J no P PENN T p A J P GAaDrE 0P A LOU Pt KY 0 tr ro PhykSiciano Advise yl1jt the usaf of a gpodlaxatlve to kcepti bowss open ani pftiMjC s pdsrdJ l d load getffnginfoyour system i ifFhelatest produc f sd ncc is VELVO Laxative LSrrjr Synif junky f reliable and of a pleasant aromatit taste Vdvo jicfe M tht her as e os stomadi and bowels and met the greatest possftk efficacy to coniqp blUousness sfcfhe1d1Cbe feerlsDtiScoIkft tullDce tc T Vltt YELYO CASTORIA t n- lIYIror yt LIVER STOP N vlSbeader t nd L uIs1ii VUte EveoftlaPoSli f1 t t1 or saf Ot