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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1IW II 1- 1BSTNU1iM- W Jij ltf i1If J i N1j 1 5 =LR D t 1I t f ww i I NEW 8BBES uIaYOL XW NO 51 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCIYI3ECEMBER 22J9IO f = T0Iit J r4 SUM Pit YUW r11TL 1- E5f4N t AUCTION j 1 OF SPRINGFIELD S r t Ji1111L11I r SiTflS Ii r 4 h J L LII t pIIIjjf Iri Nat ral resources buiicl towns PUSH and 4sBOOST build CITiES Put your shoulder to the Af yheJapd build a largerahl betterr Springfield by attending II I tTHBIQ AUCT1ON t SALEI OFtt 1f tr jzsI1 MagniflcnIsCjtytiI- CIItJ LLoisf I TUE CIAY 1 1 1k J r t ii 11 t I r v J t iit IID tEE t P h EMa R 27i kr f r h 1t t t pIi IIt F 4- c iff w it I c f Jt AT 2f PM J tt I 1 J lil 9 q S 7 grI w Borne l inFacfs egardin 3ppinfieIds faU that with the splendid school facilities n6 have th to J1onetawithitscrJMiTmlmliin Springfield fast coming a LITTLE CITY and with soroe BOOSTING can be made one of- tIM lbstcities in the State It is the BEST NOW to its size I All that it needs is SIZE or more h naesI There I iata SINGLE VACANT HOUSE in Springfield today and there is RIGHT NOW ademand for 20 or 30 honasr There is right now adearth in houses and those who wish to come to our town to CANTon account of not being able to find a home Not only is there ascarcity of houses but choice bui sites have r iweii hardly obtainable r livei f Bealin the above conditions we are going io give the people of Springfield and Vshington bounty qpportunitv to buy an excellenLsite for a home These lots are x o iouth Main Oros Street on the East side pf fie tTe d face West To the eOp1e of Springfield it is best knbwnjis Lebanon Hill Everyone of these 28 building sites are high and beuitifur 5 iT andthe most Southern lot is just the same distance from the center of thecity as IS Davison avenue Pere one can find an j u IIdeall Location for a Home c f j 4 and can tiave the modern conveniences such as water and lights Never before have the citizjghsof Spctngneld and Wash ik 4 J iugkrn county had a better chance tP invest in lots that have the future that have these and oo such lioeraUerms We will baea number of carriages at your disposal pn day of sale and will considerjt a favor ifou or any of sour- J friends who wish to be called for at your home will see us In person or phone us J r4 T lA A t i4J A WORD TO ThE FARMER i VVV1 r You whq harihii Id rent educate CkNy AFPORD TO IISS THIS BALE Springfields High School has a corps oft tbeSta andan of the records of the students who haveteachers that r STqual to aoy in investigation graduated from our fcchoo ndhaveettled var bug uniyersitfes is testimony enough as to the fitness of Springfisld High School osa seat of ipariftnjri Come in Mr Farr er on December 27th and buy you a site for a home while edpcatidg that boy or gin j Terms of6alet fl The terms S of sale will be onefourth cash balance in three approved per p0n2isnotes of six twelve and eighteen months bearing 6 per cent interest I tM 1 JI DQllt FForgett the Datet anddtbe Hour ftr j 4 i t 2 W Ht V ADENi J i iWAEWATERSi Jr-tt TDEnglishand S M Campbefl S r r r Ig y 1 ci 1 11r TOBACCO BARN BURNED 4 State Marshal Neikirk Asked to Investigate Matter by f Miller Brothers State Fire Marshal WF Nei kirk has been requested to inves tigate the fire which destroyed the tobacco barn of Miller and Arch Birch near Goshen foar te onlhestructij ret1100x60J feet 28000 farmingjimpl tIIingalosofover5yjoThough re cei ved no threaie a g letters or warning nigbtriderf messages they hive requested the authorities toinvest mate into the origin of the fire Theysay that so 1far as they know they have no ene mies who might wish to do them harin They are not affiliated with any of the tobacco organizations and had not pooled the crop They had occupied the place less than a yeartf The fire broke out at 1 oclock yesterday moping Ralph Birch twelve ydars bf age and spn Miller Birch who runs the I farm discovered the blaze beioI awakened by the glare of the flames lighting up his room Almostat the sme time Clay Farrel a farmhand discovered tVe tire Together Farrell andf the bov aroused ilie household As the men rushed out of the bus ea route tip the barn jto could the root fJsaelwh1tthey foil in and a few niifiuies later the sides cor lapsed The fite threatened to communicate iQ the stock barn and the men hastened to release Lhe horses and mules and other i stock and drive thtn Into a pasture The surrouuding build iogs which for some time were threatened wer saved fSOintensevasf t the men were unable approach l within fifty feet of the barn A new corn planter liqtwQ new Icultivators were consumed by the flames tdTgether wi h the 28000 pounds fred Burley to bacco Tlie fire lit up the sky andjcpuld be seen for a diStance of several miles Neighbors went to the scene and offered assistance but their Ifervices wore not needed as the flames were beyond control before be mg detected hqbfirn wasji new one hay f ing been built last fall at a cost of 1000 The tobacco was vatued at 4000 Bey mob r Sallee a tobacco tenant owned a a half share In jhe crop Eighty percent ofjthe l sjs covered by insurance s V Miller Birph nroved on the- o with tii familt inbarfoiniflg irowiEfpencerco un ty life was formerly a tobacco lamer of VVtfhlnglpn countty where he vas bprn and reared I TJe andbis brother Arch Birch a sistaut surperinteude at ther Bourfaon Stock Yards purchas td the 184acre farm near Gos lien eighteen mpnths ago Mil ler Birch sVya that thoughhe j had engaged in tobacco Xarming mist of his life he has never been connected with any cl the tooac co troubles which haveLdevolop ed throughout the Statin the last three yearsi Louisville Times Roachin3tlieTop in any calling oflift demands vig orous body and keen brain Without health there Is noSuccess But Elec tric Bitters is the greatest health builders the world has oyer known It compels perfect action stomach llyer kidneys bowels purifies and enriches the blood tones and Invigorates the whole system and enables yon to stand the Wear and tear of your daily work After months of suffering from kidney trouBle writes W M Sherw n of Cushing Me three bottles qf Electric nit ers make me feel like a new ma n S 60c at Haydon Robertson Good Roads congress Mujbh depends upon the wis dom and the progressive spirit sho libytheGood Rpad Con giesswhich meets InLe ulsvnii I on the 28th and 29th of this month Thecensu figure and many other things which have recently conae to the attBtiPo iff the iSbic4aionSttvt3 tht j JKentucky iis legging in the rear df the column of States The fault is not with either our Asol or resources but more alack orl a prpgressiye spirit upon the miseraIState have driven thousands to s iek homes in other States and unless lIwe mend our ways this immigration will continue The first and the mostim p rtalt step to stop emigratipu froth Ktntac ky is tp build good roads We must follow In the footsteps of thirty other states arid provide State Aid It is needed more es pecially in Kentucky thin any other Statje because pf ourvaredt conditions Shill Kentucky take its first great advanced step in prpgressorshall it persue its bid methods will be answered by the Good Roads Qoneress on the 28th ipstant We believe we are theimporhnceofgoodt that wecanudt secure them in mot sections without Staterajd The synopsis of the measurepr6 posed if put upon the statutes after it iit adopted by the Con gress or enlarged upon will transform Kentucky in Another decade The State tax oi fir cents on the hundred dollars is the meat of the bid without that we can do nothing with that we launCh Kentucky forward in a great step of progress It will help the farmer it will increase the value of his land it will put him in closer ltouch with the market it will improve the rural school it will keep our young men on the farm and will in ten years increase the r valuationl of Kentucky property twice or more what all the roads cost Elizabeth townN ws Notice Haying purchased an interest in the firm of Cunningham Duncan 1 take this me msol notifying my friends and patrons thatT prill bbe Klad toseemy friends and will crvat them all he favors iin iiiv power Thark iog you for past favors ndI soliciting your future patronage beg to rem in r incerefy ypurs WmH Wharton i J L PUBLIC SAI1 I will on Wednesdayy DecembjBr r28 at 40 ocloclc molTer for luJ1etheI following live tock Two good lard and family horses work anywhere not afraid of an auto tompbile 1 3year old combined horse finotsaddler 1 yearling past a good one 4 rniich cows 3 jersey heifers 2 bucks some hogs agricultural iimple ments of all kinds cutting box corn heller big lot of toolsWtgons surrey buggies gear harness etc 110 rods wire fence 5 stands of bees about 500- ushels corn25 or 30 bushels wheat hay shock fodder tops etc Big lot of tobacco sticks 1 Underwood Type writer good as rWw organ a good one household rind kitchen furniture and many other things too numerous to mention Anyone interested Js invited to conie and be shown overthe premises by the undersigned at any time Trmsliberal and made known on day of safej Sale to begin promptly at1O oclock Lunch saved at this sale at 12 r PS II ROYALTY SM Campbell Auctioneer Mayor Killed Lagrange KJyM X0ec 15 Caught beneath a filing chim ney iiichwashaken1 down by a passing Land N tram I C McDowell Mayor of Lagrange was qr shed and instaotiy killed at 430 bclpck this morning while assisting firenjen in tearing down ruins of the lire which for a time threatened the entire town His skull was crushjed his neok broken and b6th arms and shoulders were fractured Evety year a large number of poor sufferers whose lungs are sore and rack with coughs p re urged to go to another climate But tt isris costly and not at wan sure Theres better way Let Dr Kings Ugjf Discoverp cuu at home 4It cured me of lung tio4f blM writes W R Nelson of CIIOftiirlt when alHise failed and I tajM 47 pounds in weight Jts urely tbKinf of all cough and llunicliriL t n t awls owe t ir cLtu jnspoitiveIy gi Ur Ctghi- icla r1it IAGnppOr and Ls t sad Iif 3lQO bertaon l 1rtlMr er F r fsUacRIP111iIf i LaAE4a j 11iO i f jier I FoPNO QJ JY b Ncffo Who HIpJ 1- Ha1ICrIE Ingh3o 1Thjryinthethe Haytian negro hrCH1rit first degree murder in OOaHe tipn with the lynching Oar Etheringtpn ao AnSiloou League detective e4av- e dict of manslaughter today The jury bad DMQ oat alacit Friday afternoon at 345 oclock an1skedop prMtlkiUlr all night considering thda e The lynching pf Btheritjgtoa occurred llast July and was d to the bitter liqnor flghthe sa loon remaining open for r in NewnTk after the county ba- doteddryiTbe AitiSalopa League sent Etherfngtoa into town to get evidence agairitt the pfrfotloireijLThis rioters in the cue others haviag been convicied on minor Offense Over twenty more of the alleged rioters are to be tried FeDHIeJJIH t Olympia W sb Dec 14iI Sitting in the Jury box without removing their hjttg lye proii liaHHiUIaftnight to testimony and argu ments of lawyers trying tbecse bf A Koch a milkman agaiMt ouis C ilfield 8tret t ooatrat orsKoch claimed tbt a t4a t set off by the coatnustors camee his team to ran away and do damage to the extent of 10Xf MqLeodj ncr Hays Miss Ber ics Sapp court stenpgrop her MrsV W MOwelJwife of a prosiMBt physician Mrs Frank Blak1t wife of the DeOcrteaw1Wab for the le slatireJt Ifbrifei her and Bfir Geaevera tiak one of tlefew ordalaei laaale ministers iin Waabingtoa After being out an hojir tbe woawm re turned a verdict in fayor of the plaintiff awarding J Q fall amount bf daMagesxasked Ae cprding to attorneys Bert this fa the first time in Washington if not in the United States that a female jury drawn froasa reaire of omen only has ben MttQt ed otrya case Jod e Giles pf the Justice Cowrt who presid i j rjofIWeVer sat in his coirti Hjgh School Buildas ftrxr hc1day ant was soon aeoet fcaiaed ysat theLawrerrGrai Slbutldin Vaa on fife Tfce w spread rapidly and In sbttime iiearly every mother in town was either at the Ire or the tele pjione tryinxjlp find out wattlieV their children were HfeTIM children wire all gotten ont of the burning builiing Wjthoatj any injury but they svffered1 great anxIety on aocovirt Of wraps and books they tboight would be lot The ire surUd iia the Llama bent from a daalagfd Jln and atehsw yalongtbslowsrIooti1- an in a short time wonlii ikavii gained CPnsderblriMiL ib M been cotton nnder ooatfdjf Al- it was till the J6wr fleors we t damaged so that tky will Hte tp be m ide new aa4 the fsraaee was also damaged TTie loss is estimated at ao rthibf like lr 500 The Board of5rpste be1d amletinjf sad arelrapora ri l rpAirin the danairt so that school can yiienfjuie by nextWoltda1olt is Ikwncht lJIPirih wrbl 5 Much credi i k due Pri eipeJ v BtM hpStetchersiiriiie way IhSMa- d J thp41m oft6s Aasra L1ws I Isiy 10 GiW t a aissu JIoir 9am d W l i L l IL 1 p f rtiQtl t DWcf4 b- RTandyears He wac a brIMusj itbltdklifidot te fit Ay piaoa WM his pbywciM tttt he t fdmamd it Bseepssry iy y a ftaW pit in Watliroafr TM i illr r tht5o4dark ni bt Dr tlidrsK too caale from Lebemom sal ir l FIf serted LioIIIJie tube Ha ist t DVltrs slUtaIna vergwell cop1icatios aiorniag of use 1 1110 bs Wk sjhappv hoMe isaclMe spit ss t 19 i brighter 0abott Grtv s ysd omas tlilink iis brojca la the bOkISIS 2Ia chain ia fprmwgi a fajM and One Wb IoftBW Af 1I tM 1 i WJTbr17i t tps s 1csuimad seveateto quark si WIlt t t3ty tromaWii1C7yija iJf1r4ps 1t7jfo LawriBaebvrg were so qset ai i aroais tJLvs ThLiraday night he ot a he trais wItha grip sal ss icasp and the police naljiet hlsi Mnd ftade hfsk open MMSIV Iithe aJBit case wEs lo n tsu quarWviathripwj a4anotIMrqr itMIlIillaWa poeket fle cokT ae MM people fOrno be badhreitg a4 tte six qiarU imi Ms gtss alst ooald JYeLO aos t ecc lhs tIlibsqartii1t ivit t ittx charge of kriafinri JJwW tPfor at 4 i and gsthiyda1saMii c seIJaMdg lit A5IcAr t A stor y ooeaas fNNH 04a MM 1 t ltricdaciidate gave kii oOatdbasiW to t drsatota iMiin o skiltJ th day ss1 tj tpkiitesl tbaibe wyf dofayt A te f HM that fbollaw aixwt rayoti 4j p itL I heW the 7 Jtt t fir ow good vpoy v Whwtbed 1 M l 1 roHdaradthS tIthS to cBacks bad bssthlttd te ft at boJH d wtierr iII werpr s te4 IVMM win1 6i fuidsa s- RichIaasiilastkand ihjaiBo wtps easdi I lIaM ham slIAI tWfr- r f = if n t t To iii y qPj i i Lawriicbsrg Ky Dss 2 rbe Withrsps tos tp oa this ety t a ri j J7 c oftiMdireciocs dsiddoali vulaataiy kqtf Jh Tshamk k solVeikt jftjst Mr i IO pI aMOSOaIff 125000 a ifs te1U who wasako tSKip5ltCfhoW and prssMmp Ihso4 b7hltiIAA Washingtoa IX C u i 4byeotains some inimesHij staHnV lies on the tobaoeo oreji In Keav ky Alsakeifr oosspanfOM bs6iaOft j t biJ9 ry1siq 4Sfatal YaiM ky tJat s tobamooseo 1 n Wiwas f7 sW p I =afalaeV 101 J IM 75ialNOsUIIfJ tr j Lxia1to Ky IL 4- ths 1101 M Bebooi Board 1s =eS4 OSS dIsi- IWHse t aUCI II 1 otist p a t otlNr- h Q OA HHpr F p I II- sPNMIGPa It t IJltUsiffil Jx j LW POfl- iEt iovr- i TVUAY1DZC T2 L1O Ii iorwal customi ndthSCeMOGf m tcoflty rll r Hill coe twites brMflBM w1r Howerer oar MXt iMtme fctiother Cbr1X1 ra1wHl have cone ad poaS Jitt wym m- OwtHblred with the 3m pt ItMmI batFle Ce lt eI stice we ishid r isia ji Mtrrj Onria1I1r p t 7 marked ciing- eAi f JiTI JG time joy and I bv each playe their Misy who gatheround J4SfStA1 txra at the call of the rjr fltiimftg tChristmas tide bav y i l beyond However In fry p OrTOW tShristmas lI4t r wjr i irrii with rt jrat jyII ff the JlwsLeaier wilhes its i nf rarfetftsHtrr J Christmas I I d rimi 1M words of Rip VanJJ l naiir my joaall live long AQd prosper 1 t Cpttting1y Mr G A MaUinfly and Mist CWMrim Oampe11were united Sj ftrrMkf jMttrday Evening 4 9i8fQ tekbjfyRl 5ur p t 9s ttb fckxMOf the bridbB H par tW rrn bride is a daughl A Wr VJlr Geo N andl l lT krbeatifmlyoun ladf with af f f 3ftft circle of admirers Mr 44S M4 Mly M a 5n of Mr t Robert iifekUwcly aian nteEprisiPg I r t WIll CocarkHigberPope K f 2JK baitifu1 ceremony united l r tlivM of HrH S Pope and IJLIIS Myrtle Cocanodgberyester day after BOOH at 4 oclock at the 14Z borne ofth lride The officiat jag minister was RevR L i i i plirdo Thtjfroom is a son off fjtObPnar and a prosperr t Iyoingfarmeriit The bride is t f f trI lilet OfllrGeo W CiC i siobsr and is a talented aijd J t7ftitiJmeinUItKladypoS5esi K Ii V kt1 accotnpBshments rt1 1cc7 Jt Tceo Markct- 7Plrl l fpt ThTkt Wb h4ur Ag the Jf isgjjfjypi rt of Jut weekseenied fe bi loiifwhaton a drag liven i afi f j eo iderab1y oa last TnUrsr t1 orninC and has continued A t lj M4yachdaysiucA1Itbeouses close after t d1 1 awrt Prldajs sale arid there ri ribotI further sales until i I irt l oIJojng Christmas 74twssles will oc li lb lr the IKMM t seAr rt pnl 150000 0 poknis diriugh- c rlt pdosrsnginE fii Ofr 1 q T ropof Wilhamian pie of8j Pound sold at an t Iti r P average of 13 J cents the highest l yetLde- II F Ttwi Farme rg house reports L4 oo r tsaleof 175000 pounds d uringt t k IS pst week PLes have I osFfght crops i bi bringing from 10 to I good red bringing jS and from 7iTo 8 Pricesrangedfrpa 3O18ic J The Planters House rep rt- U s the sale off WOQO pdund att prlcsr ranging from 4c tp 18 jc it f The market is strong on all good irt n 4StQbaCcP The crop of EIUh- WhijtiiSoldatan average of 13p i Dark Red Burley Tiii Jgrorniixed 8Qo 500- Trasb4oiin J X 6 OO85 Cema dc lugs 7POa 1GoodaJKf bQtO 600 800 Corn leaf 800 tg50 liediRl le f Gto iqoon QO G oo tefu 1i50I5i00 Fine and selecte iaOO 18 50 Bright dpur1ey Trash gr prinixed isbo 600 I Trash sound 800 950 Gom Ionlngs 950 1150 Medium lugs 11 00 1200 Good lugs 1200 130 Com lreafsbprt 950 1100 Common leaf f 1100 1200 Medium leat 12 00 1350- Guodleaf I la501Qoo J fFinei 4 DdndyIkiIding j 11 Lots for Sale II Streets and Sidewalks 811 ready made Right in the bMtpart of Springfieldon i Main and Covington Ave For further particulars see- W K ROBERTSON ColoredRiidenceEuined On last FrIday morning at2 b oclock the people of Springfield slUllbItivash ound to be a colored residence on High Street and when dis coyered the entire building was l flames and the roof was fallv ing in The building was a large lpiedl EIt1Rowewho had purchased it a shprt tim ago The home of Anthony iI iGrpndyJcaugbt from the burp r in building and was considera bjy damaged ibefore the fire was ex inguisbqd The fire depart t ment responded inxgietftately but the largerbuilding wa too far gone tobe saved X A Card J J L i1L i T have opened a meat Shpp ppositeTD Tapp sj Li ye ry Stlible an i ain prepared to furnish my customers with the test meats of all kinds at the most reasonable pncest Ygur t ade Respectfully solicited oAG F Carpenter- 4 tterToSanta Claus Springfield Ky J l f Dec 20th 1910 earSantaCIaus Mj name is SheJ ton Jeffries SBYSjlIamgettlngt90 i very j i j inlich so going at mothers adr vice you nsed not ifop long at my house Stop just long stqckingsAvithPSII e crackers and a few raisins Jigs prunes nuts Jruitj dates a rll Well Old Sapta I tnadeup my mind to hang oip a stacking forr my little dojnamedr Peter triuckesJlHe likes nuts andl popcorn and best of all bee sieak pork sausage anrJiver He IB a real good doif to be so meln I tbink Be makes every body get ip af four oclock You will have to look out or he willeat you up Well OlcTSanta Clau Goodbve tFioin a friend t Charlie Shelton leffrias 1FEF EOa L I ILrHorf Sam T Spaldingi of LielNinpn ws here Tuesday Mrs J R ClavBrodke Sr and r daughters Ida and Ruth J WiU leave Friday for Bloomfield yhere they will spend the win f ter with the family of John L Oftotfc t I Mrfc XF Pettus was in Louis villeiTuesday t Mr Mack Miller pf Burdstpwn was hereTuesday j v Mr 0 WBagan oft banon t t fMissi fft g will return from McELroyI atrp to c nia tonight edllIthelnolIdays Mr and Mrs Arthur Vance of Cincinnati visited relatives here last weelrr Warren McClellan of Indianapolis is here to spend Christmas with his parents Mr J J McCabe wad In LotIisville last weekfiHon T Scott Mayes isin Louisville today attending the meeting of the Democratic State Executive Committee Mr J P Edelen who has 1 een quite ill is able to be put again Mrs 5 E Edelcn is visiting er daughter Mrs Turn IFiliao treau at J3irdtownd d Mr Conrad Hertlein of Louis ille was here the first of the veek Miss Lorena Price lias return ed ffoin a visit to her bister Mrs Rubier in l3ardstownh Miss Carothers of Bardstown is the guest of Miss Rodman Thurman t Mr Hamilton Rober son has returned home frpci an extensive triP Mi1 feeo McBride andwife- of Lpuisyiire wUF spend the holidays with Mrs Jennie tsearcy Mr Hull left esterday to spend the holidays withrelatves Lawrenceburg Ir Jim Hajs Tailor has re turned from Louisville Wjhere he attends the Louisyille College off Dentistry Miss SaraliONan Arrived hom from school to spend the holidays Mrs Heffernan Rubel of Leb anon was her Monday Geo Greene of Louis IMrsis the guestof Jher father A Shaded MSS Rodman Thurman hCis l returned from Shelby villel Mr Jim I bamof Harrods burg was hereon business yes torday 11iss tilzzie dLiae of Elrnwood at Perryyille will spend ihe holidays here Miss Mary McClellan otLeba non will spend the holidaysi jviih her sister Miss Minnie McClellan Miss Ellen Wathejrleft tbis nctlOnfwhere she will spend the holidays with her brother M r Richard iWaUien J Mr and Mrs L Thurman have returned from a tip to the South j Mr W A Waers J1JandI sister Miss t Lizzie spent Satur day ih PerryvilieS Pleasant GroveII Mr Harvey wife spent Saturday and Sunday with his parent Mr and Mrs J8 Leaqbraao MfssIdlla Ray Gregory of St Catharines is at home to spend the holidays Vith bar parents Miss Mary Logan Neal off I IIthIsterLucile spent Friday with hersister Miss Brie Dnncan at IMrj visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Charles Blanton at Boston Kv Mrs J S Xankeyspent Fri day with her mother Mrs Ross neat town v lliirand Mrs TomBakespnt Sunday wlthf their daughter Mrs Hugh Lea hmaQ Miss Alice Jones closed hri j school at Miss visiting LferFridayMiss Jennti Spring eld J MlicrSJileb t i wilt on the premises about miles South of Texas on Thursday Deceniber 22 tt at1oiockpni ffer fOr sale to the highest bid er thd follow ag personal prop ertytOne jgood 7 year old horset gcq od roadster 1 good 8yearold farm mare 2 gocd 2year oldI mules 1 agecimule 1 cow and calf 1 steer calf 1 yearling eifer 10 shdats 3 fat hogs 15 head qf ewes 12borse riding culjiivatpr 1 toad mowertS Qne cultivators 1 A hbr8eiiqmg horsej wagon4 1 cook stove l tools a lottljhay Terms madeJknown on day of sale JC GORDONr 1 r Hqnt rsNoticeIvTne undersigned notify all persons that no hunting will be allowed on their lands JIH Nally i Parr tt Bros a TiHaydoo V JMrs Vatt OBryan frs Will Riney iW G Gruody V P S Barber Li4 f Miss Grace Shehan and D ella- iay Gregory who f are attenrd ijug school at St Catharines ate at home for tbe hclidays4 TwpAf our prominent farmers wide their annual pilgrimage to- kitVi old schooll mates at Fairfield s MrjardMr ad Mrs Joe Poliri nt I wick 5 Miss Mary Brace has relurhed to ncr home at Perryville after a visit to Dr and Mrs Jli flp per T Mr John Hopper of PprlY villu is tIkguest of his brijlHer here MissNannio Thompson pant seVraldays with relatves here Miss Alice Jones coseftl her school liere llas Friday At j tendance during the past session hebeen excellent and markedt 4Li ri f A k M 5 J o4kWASHINGTONdOUSE1St I I jtt t l jc I J IJ p Dailyit ti 2 ijM i i iliMeny of ShEad and Stal1sIREE ft j 7 1 isLjjA i t Cf ft w r frer ti r4 J r AStty v q r kiig ypwobacco tQ ti arid we Will get XJFjr rcm the highest price Write t 4K or re4 PHONEIQ155 1 4 fH 41 2 f8 r V j tr At A J i B1ranni j fj 3eoll7ff ao MANAGER AND AUCTIONEER= l l ir El i Ik M tjji c J I io = 5- Sr t teJIy = i I I rIr 4 1 I Mr Vf H Wharton has bought an interest in our business and in I 1 order to redifce ourStock we will make Saciifice Piiceon every item in II Iour house v It i I in a 1I J y i IF roii TheashIWe will sell Suits and Overcoats at cost consisting of the well known makes of Hart Schaffner Marx and the Welwprth Clothes 1Jfor men and H A Seinsheimer Cos Perfection Suits aiid Over I coats for Boys and Children 1t LVV- IIWe have 35 Goat Siuts n at Cost d5 iff Prices 5 from 5 600 J l ItoI A rare oppoFtmiiiytfo buy a i Suitfor i liitfef Money4Iy I5 V Holiday PJT joods r i Weiiave a stock of Holiday Goods and yGlovI Collar Boxes Glove Boxes Art Goods etc that go at reduced prices t Blankets and Comforts I Bed Blanb is worth up to 9 00 for i V 600 Bed Blankets Worth up to 600 for v 400 Bed Blankets fortb up to 500 or 3 30 These are Wool l Blamuels and priced less thaji jobbers prices todav1 Comforts frofn 85c to 2 50 w rib frqmJl2 toL0O gIgBed VUl sell these goods regardless oTost T A 8 of toys for childjen C all so V ALL OF DAY BRE u If O O oo f j and some to i F abe a or for a has a line of i V and e are 1 4 is toted Miss Jones has proven to be very effi4 ciett teacaer and wo hoperto be able to secure hr next year Cox left for her very school at We are in formed that Miss Cox gave l in the Hardes ty and that the term and meat majce by nn J very r t n Jr i =iTiI A r t f- i 1 t- I J be at ri Ij J Ji k hoes arid RtE r h I It l at 1 I f seic n1 jhey oan be bough tt y Jr Oil Cloths i liSca Curtains and Rngs at and L JF 7 V iI is an otlbb formless price thai you had offered to you Come to see ifs be convinced I10f I CUNNINGHAMI p1iKOfiT J 4 i ooiCOME AH kinds Books Flying Machines Drums Autos Dolls sizes Furniture Wash Sets and tevery j other things ALSO KINDS FRESMCAKES EVERY tnAN Katie Hertlein iIoOJ OOOGO o IiINOTI Select something thing worth while rpfiake your IFresehtIWhat would niceri than diamoa qj gkI ring stick pirt watch present Besides these iRussefK beautiful IfCutflrasscliSterling Silvers lfieiofIJ kind Thes articles useful and worthrthe monty I Edd 1 Russell liii progress lnoltl5radpsl hfiflfelfj a compelentmndT service A hbmejn Louisvifletbithurning s 1aftertetthtng a successful satisfaction Hardesty universal district theaUendance during advance Lbpti1s t irLLIsiI Our EnfireStQcfcp rot Womens Misses and Chilchens 1 Cloaks will offered Cost CASH ForII 1 this sale ranging O2000 nice complete ShoesJIMens Wmenl8nd afCostc L Wall Paper less thanost Dress Goods Giiighams Etc JlaSa vpriCeJeis CetsMtthtlEt JUCarpets Mattipgs Linaoleumr Druggetts Jpportfra price This goods hirve ever them and I Beds mny J handsome zor j j goocji MissvAddiQ satisfactprxr Children l1etesNotio wil1beUffered manufacturers Wb4 1 y t fSkc- r 0J Ni JlllCASHJllli i 4 L costing fromI i C 11onafl goods up i f BREECHING 5 425 5 6Mfi9 aid flM These Breeehlng are all made of leather No papei or eMlr filling in them J ii s f 1 WAGON LINES PadI sewed an4 tm ted 1 lnchLines I stfa T 18 inch Lines 7 1 7 w 1 15- WORK BRIDLES per pair b 4fL I to 2Sj40 IMi T The eBridIes Ul1avegood large blihdJixand hea rtiW Jfct from a No1 lleather T jf f Jb BELLY BANbs 1 0If inch wide per pair 4i 1 6of 11 inch yride pjerpiir 7 16 inches wide per pair je XZfS555L55i 11IBACK enATSDSwith sftaps good and heiiuy2 for5cGOOD SOLID 1 INCH HAME STRAPS 2 for V +j ttJI amafferlngmyCbain irwfJMJiiianMusL ctiiJek 1fijl abigbaain 5if f V 4iiL I tt2 Bridles Vj v l x iBi 2 Pmr Ham es with strapsi 4 L = lto7 2 Trace Chains extra heavy 7 i 2Collars5jJ i1 Set of Ireechin ff all eatherr rit 2 Belly Bands solid 1eather orL5 5 5 7 4ii 1 Pair Lines 16 feet long L + tI C Total lii o SSSSSS5S5aSLDiscountforcash Fi = ai 1 tat L IiK 1 pair Tassels 3 i itfo 3- 64nppsextra jh H iJ i 11ITotae theccmpEe1eouftit 5 r fotL 3555 lf r 111 pportufi1ty to aemoey IfthiEi tttWltSouwe ha e thein heavier with prices in proportion tt t BUGGY HAR t1 SQWe 1 I I give free with each seof HarnesS 1 pad 1 hitch JjSfJtI 4 snaps forbaklngttvipsandlixies ofT I HARNESS OIL the best on the arket perUl6h i7Je it lasts for onlyJ v t I IhJ 7 Ir1avetb mast complete l1i1eQf liarne3s Go everaiww i ashington ounty Ca1lnd see foryourself ICanSayeyNMeyRigi GepJB genf JlfiV ii in Old 0 Bptitt Ckurck i a fl y 1dyandMonday 1I Ire Litse I Misses feue Reed and Fracii itsy and Ed Lltsej I fiends In f8tr dl1 n b iflljjMr Jack Rla pil ial Cbuplin vi t2 1 TR J J1af- T three oitbg agojJt heUII calf vbtina4oopiiods r OWisca hAve Maby jls pasturage aL Jor thla tdv r s44 f t I mra JV i 1 1 4 t c ll f r 1 7iURTO- t i iD HT OEWTI4T 1 frT4 EXTIACT- EDJTHOUT PAIN IACapio j 1 P MIa- ePRIN ILD KY P t1Wc Strictly 1Ua J tJ C lUD EPbIktu iftJtrgeei lI Office Bonr B to 9 nii It I T to 2 pm Baydia Drugstor Jfl4JmQflM t IL tftf illtJ t PCTB BWSv EQtMC J fMHMtN RI4cte 38 1 It VFGRIGSBY A1TOjlNI5YAT LAW llcY Peoplei Knit 1j t ScPIXFZLD xi 4 Pt J K W HYATT I7overj Red Cross 1tug I t w OMbeJioar Hyatt 1080 iHo 12 m 4 to 5 pm tJJ JOtlN Y MAYS iJt fUlEBAL uIUECIOR J un UCEUEDEMBALM 8 1If t TELEPHONE vC DAY19JINIGHTT4 ci tI SPRBGFIEH II rrI JIDR WF TRUSTY TF ALfj f I DENTISTO- fM Haydon Barberice over I Cental work atreasonable prices Jtt work guaranteed G 5toJoJii SEEINGFIELjD KS j 4 v gIf J r r Railroad Schedule i r tLfr tj Following is the time schedule fenow ip effect on the Bardstowt J ifand Springfield branch railroad S v AJp 41 rLeaveA Louisville ai fl430p or Bardstown Junction v N522 pm Bftrdstown 6 06 pm- t arriyee at Springfield 653 p m fi vj Np Leaves Springfield Ji 600 am Bardstown 645 a mo i Bifdfown Junction 780 am V arivee at Louisville 820 a in i JSb 43Leaves Louisville a 720 amj Bardstown Junctiou i jt 855 a rn Batdstowli10O5La I ySP11 Springfield 1140 p m 1T6 44 Leaves Springfield L 100 p rn i flardstown 220 p m Bardstown Junction 410 pmr IaiiatLouisville 545pns f ifiric Teeth = iloutil To charges I f when plates are wanted i J AL13ofHKjI t Done In this office jis firstclass c t i c I fVertised in every respect and just as ad ai ttiYSTLARDDDThii 2k iisrIgTrId Ky M I oeo I fIOWN M Local Happenings pi Interest Ir I The Freshest and i Latsstll IFrltmUIt II fI t HH FoR SALE 1000 or more old brick MrsJB L Daviion J I Fireworks fall kiads at McElroy Shader J BonjJbI will always order it 4 FOR SALE 1 Poland China sow and six pigs W M DERRINGER 4 inMoundCity Paints may cost triflomore but I 1LeoHay don Try a jar of Monarch Mince dY1torMcElroy Sbader FOR SALEOne sow and 7I pigs and 2 thdrougbbred pand chinaboars WG Giitidyb 2Xmasisfiwjtbdies nuts oranges etc atlowest prices MoEIrov Shader FOR SALE200 bushels of Orchard t Grass seed at 12 per bushel CI L Brdy + A large line of fruit baskets filled with choicest fruits N th ing nicer for a xmas1remem1t brance Mc I t I dpJust received a nice assort I mont of Fenways and Liggetts Qhocdlates in Xmas boxes ofS from one to five pounds Haydon Willett ofBpringfieldj Gold Masonic vatch harm tinder will please1eave at this office and receive rewardII Toys cheap bldsing out our line at reduced figures Dont a over Ipok this v McElroy Shader l Try Ben Johnson flour when yQU go to make your Xmas cake Every sack guaranteed I 10c pqund is sure cheap pforthe quality Wh1C1the best only at McElroy Shader An Oyster Supper win be served at the horns of Willie Raybourne on the evening oftf Wednesday December 28th 1910 for the benefit of MacLvillet Christian church Monday was the regular term uf the Washington Quarterly Coutt Judge Litsey presiding There was a small docket and nott cases in which there was a contest tt The Fiscal Court met on llist Tuesday for the purpo eofJ passing o the delinquent listI and settling with the Sheriff All I the Magistrates were present and the usual routine of business was transtedll The land sale of Mr J L Royalty Tuesday was well attended The 207 acre tract near Ballards Store was purchased I by Mr R L Oleeients at12 10 per acre The 107 acre ton t I jjjLABS Ifc I mall shap s form nd fashions for boy8c1 r girls and old folks alike For thirty years t hI 1 Holiday goods has beenmy largest line and one wbicfi1 have be deeply interested e- kl t ing at all time to secure something to pleasell I th r rapst fastidious Hence I have devotedtf i jmuGlJ1ime and care in selecting the present iiHoliday tto k of Toys Etc such as iTQ Dots Rolls Popgunstif U Wagons Top Whistlesii riCI Fire WorKs Drums Guns r 1 t jG Candies I 4v Chan acarts Nuts Apples nlQranSes 1i Efcpates I i1 i Remember wet have what you want at theIIIr srf BIGflT PRICE r d J I i COME EARItYf tmylstpckittt I that tney may sellII Want nQctrrieal pver IIstock k Yours Tfjilyy 1jjJ J1homaslii 10 II t MM j the Knob Lick Dirt Roai was withdrawn at 6025 per acre aSi wasthe home tract at 7000 A rare chance for bargains in rqlllinery at Wathen Shaders Marriage Iteause was issued this week to Mr B R Carpenter and Mtss Lizzie Gibson FOR SALE 1 borsej buggy anI harness Hit Clements Millinery at and below cost at VWatben Shaders The regular elect Jon of Springfield Lodge No 50 F A M takes plac on Tuesday nightI ec27 for the election of officers for the ensuing yleaiv All mem bers are requested to be present WM Hagan Master LOST On Tuesday December Obh on Main Street in Spring eId a five dollar bill Finder will please returne to this mce and receive reward Grwingt Mr WH Vaden and Mr W t A Waters Jr have purchased from Hertlein Bottoms a tract of six acres of land on the lit r1IHickersons and junning to a oint opposite the intersectioni of pike funning wMr W F1 Bookers The property will be sold nt28city lots at public auction on Tuesday December 27 at 2 o clock pm We are highly gratified that someone has started the ball rolling to build a larger town for as everyone know it has been a hard proposition to secure II residence in Springfield qvery o house being occupied While this opening will make space for large number of houses yet more openings will be necessary in order to accominictatetbeT large growth of the town which as Been phenomenal since thetopening fthe tobacco market- swhich has brought to Spring field qjnite a large number of eople These lots are well located and- o a most escellont neighborhood Medical Society Meeting- SThe Washington County Medial Society held its meeting at he Court House on last Tuesday I The morning session was devoted O business Dr J C Mudd was elected President for the enJsuing year Dr M W Hyatt YipePresident and Dr J H Hopper Secretary Dr J H Hopper was elected delegate to the Kentucky Medical Associa ion Dr AY Hatcbettand Dr Gabhard were electedl censors Drs Gabhard Hyatt were n Thom1Cnand pers at the next will take placeonth second TuFsd ay InJanuary iOfFollowing the business meet ing an illustrated leppore was given at the Bapist church by Dr Eugene Kern r Secretary of the State AntiTuberculosis League Afair sized crowd was t present and the Jjecture was of such a character as to be iustruc tiye to the general public as well as to the medical profession San Fransisco Disaster Mr Sam J Allen loca repred sentative of the J Magazine will Cosmopolitani i j at the Opera House Monday evening December 26th on the 4ebtruotion of San Francisco Tne lecture has been given several times to crwded houses One thir g in particular about the lecture tbal will recommend it all is that it is not a word picture which is the product of j the im8 analionbut Mr Allen tells lIvfHti actually occurred thereftJ1PgVlost all his belongings in the fire and barely es cpeH twiCl his lift Hp jis vpry capable of giving j an entertinigluctujeand will have a full house r New Bank to Open t The Springfield State Bank will open for business about Jan 1st 1911 Otfmg to the fact that the new building will not be completed in time it will open temporarily in part of Mrstfte Williams store and its business will be conducted there until the new building is completed How ever it will not interfere with Mrs Williams millinery business which willbe conducted as uua Tfafc business will beconducted l ViE 1t 1t Iii iE 21 XniflQ is miftAQt II here 1 j i i= aiidII have made= preparation to Lz supply you with jewelry at rea- sonablyL low pricesIll f4IIIp i1 Qpme and see toy stocK of 1Il jp II = Watehes Clocks = Cut Glass if Chains = Braceletts Rings = Silverware Carvers = and quite a lot of oilier iiice IfII i COME jEARLY AWP GET PRICESI I = I JJames J t Grlaves III-I- Q J byvMr E Foster cashier andMr J M Smith assistant cashier Both men are very competent for the business each having hd successful expert in the banking business Mr Foster has for ten years been bookkeeper ihthe First National Bank and Mr Smith was for sometime cashier of The Farmers Bank of Mackville He has been quite successful in the banking business having organized severajbanks The bank starts under favora ble circumstances having confect d with it some of the most prominent and influential citizens fthebountyV Miss Martha Tucker Dad Miss Martha Tucker djled at the home of her father John uckers nqar jreaencKsrpwn on the eyenin of December twen tythird ati eyen oclock alter hort illnesj The funeralllsermon was preached by Rev Williams of Springfield New Hope church on Sunday the burial in the New Hope church THE END OF A NOBLE LIFi- tketh suggested by the passing away of Martha Tncker count it truth with him who sings To one clear harp in divers tones That men may rise on stepping 4tones Of their dead selves to higher things nd the stately ships go on To their haven under the hill But oh forthetouch of a vanishedhand And the soundof a voice that is still A woman stood at a western window in a cpnjfortible country home watciiin the red sunset above snow covered lulls A thin gray mist hung lovingly against the hill tops softening their bleakness and the outlines of thejbare trees The scene as one of beauty and peace tho cold and unresponsive save for the glow of the sinking sun The woman noticed the con trast as she turned aid looked within A bright fire burned in he grate a square piauo was against one wal the firelight gleaming on the white keys a luxuriant green fern was back of the music rack whereon was no musk neither wasthe strings of the instruments likelvtobe for ya long time for within the thin curtains of the bay window was a white velvet covered casket wherein lay all that was earthly of one for whomJ the sun of life had gone dOWi and the chords of whose soul would produce harmonies only bneternal shores SThe chickens bad gone to roost the last contented chirp had ceased along wlthall the cackle and rustling of wings common to a yard of foVvls WhOre was she who usually went about at this hour to see that all was well with them from the sleekest among them tq the ugliest fledgeling Had they misssd her attentions Would they not marvel to seeder lying here clothed in white silk chiffon and lace her brown haip puffed softly about her face She had not conie among themiu such garments as these No but she ould wear them foreyerinora The homely duties rem airdcrne thehomely gowns all laid aside a pnow Tor the shining garments the songs of joy the rest by the river of Hfe the seat in the court roucd the throne It seemed to her alone in the room with the dead that tthe life had not been quite finished theharmonv quite rounded Qut but that a string had snapped suddenly hushing the music Somehow out of the great sacrifice of that ended life the re nouncing of allvhat makes life mOre endurable to serve stern beautiful duty we will eaithly reward but thercj has been more promised and seldom is it given Ot the redeemed it Is vrtritteh There are they who have come up out of inuch tribulationsI To serve duly is to be isolated on a rock of lonliness to jje misj understood p iha pSt but ahthe i reward is on distant shores where the standards of earth are not recognized VVWhat matters it lhat the golden grain that yielded a hundred fold is gaihered into the barns what mhtters tho the cattle graze on a thousand bills what matters tho an aged mother and father droop for want of her loving arms about them It is finished come up higher leave infinitelthethought essential is not so In spite of warnings and examples of ages you benighted ones still cling to the flesh pots How shall I teach you aye by bitter sorrow This night is her soul required of thee So jshe hoI i ITi 7 r f f IIFORJYS i St l j Ware offering Big Re4uctiot 1itr- fjf LSI Ladies Suits and CIoaks t J i AMensl uits l and Overcoats A jt I MeiisV Ladies and ChildrensI 1osieryGloves Knit Scarf1 1andI Shawls Fascinators Auto and Scarfs I IIIIVeils Jnst received beautiful assort I meht of linerf pieces towels tablel inens and napkins J handkerchiefs hand I bags hat pins andf y Xmas Nove1tieV I t IINo Trouble to Show GoodssUre The Robertson J Claybraok Go j INCORPORATED LiVIik6 her Redeemer desires to minister but not be ministered unto where love and service were given and accepted as sun light and air fs suddenly taken to the bosom of Rim whb loves uchVThen hearts surging with love are broken empty arms reach out tcwdrd her tears and kisses and benedictions rayi above a coffint lid over one to whom death gives wilier life denied The sun bas gpne down The hills and field seem so cold drear and unresponsive in the dupening darkness But s lo mpon isshining in full radiancfe The light from another worjd has come to cheer the glooml of thisIOut under the snosys of winter the warm spring showerthel- ighf of the stir her body will rest forevermbre her ouIono to a world of lighS beyond the f thest star oJ And the stately t ships go on- rf To their lhWen pnder the hill vanishedhandI singsJThat men may rise on stepping snjes Of their dead selves to higher things PC HigH School Entertainment HighSQhOOljpedamatorv heldat the Opera House tonight banquetIfectonVerI The pupils of JMCiss Carrlcos and Miss Royaltys room gave a tainment1Monde menii consisted of musical selec tions plays recitations y aid drills And the mannerin which these youngsters rendered tbeir respective parts reflects Ce upon their instructors and plainltII i4MAS SUGGESTIONS = IWeh7 Yljon sale a nice line of CHRIS MAS PRESENTS for father or friend ainother Cigars 50s 25s and 10s ft v 2 ft Pipes Shaving Sets Safety Razors Perfumes ttt Manicure Sets EmbroideryiSeB Chafing DMi s 2 ff Stationery Candies Etc = It is no trouble to select aCKristmas Present froni 1y 0T our stock d tt 4PRICES FUGHTt fd 25- s 2- I It J t I Hayan t Wiltett I= ir h i r U JALTIIIWE I Irt 1igliArt5CMi fixedCast i of a 4 shrtdof peasuito1 is iwdstVare thouhthyk LyoureIdeilimn I OCtats WeaiosliowaibqIineof8uks a 44SpecialISV-1 r i ii lDntFto See 1 k f i t VLI t V Jil I iIj I PicturesI j I J1 7 t F aDdRUgI I J Jti rgainsi OverstOthd IecialI r I willmakeLappropriate dt Xmas v Leac Campbell r + i j OFtf fV Millinery 8rlSic VV- tES iST CIOIe ou my f ti J it e for tMa ct t VV Handsome Pattwrrats jiwta CCthn Al1r to C a C styles of HaU at pncc S1Ij CiMl l F Flounce fo Baryaat J1 II rt Willie JfiI rdemonstrates that w l n they as the reprevtntativM of the High School its long e Ub Usij ed repaiatton for exc llfac will be maintained 18plft did showtpg before the curtem ivea1s patiept pcriliH tffotts behind thtactntf ofj Misses CJafricoVnd RoyaltyI On Friday morning of Migk Annans claM rilleri per ence the delight of a Jhit mas tree at the School buiidjog The past aflMidai ll a Tory ff l oMaH bt4t tchraIrppils biif jft1Hl1 to m iIh ll11traI Children Q7J IR pu turW CASTORIA- i VW VYSi WHEN SAY WObL we mean all wool jast woo aacl only wool areno mixed ore ttco sheep eyeiirry other kind byes ttljem and you cant detect tHre or cotton the superstructure Owr prices the rof downon the par honor 1JihArtS flSitf HiliArt lS tlflt TV J it I S f8 p I B gifts I iV Absolute Sale j p hQ rear now Uili itU fw 4 his halfco4 your jmiinJVel etc in thk Miss stand the afid tent In pupa Higb OttG IUs dtii- i cotton r1Or LOWPRKS r0N XMAS r tI- Blcs p d t o 1 Eiji oiiixsd o4isipsrfts FIDS ctkh Bui r ia I U7V1r kiii JOe C aed fl4JWsgIrp iarit 1 TAkT Z 0 SW- JtaxaoMrswm-J iM fttoac m 4sifle1oet up Ow- TrDftk3 jrluaiis s 4W P Ur1alObJ u a I iIICc T Jo P nimrnuIr I 1IIitZII Ll JiUI 0101 ti I JiIi Or =condii 0btlthyI7 rtouoftkskid11 sqIefltdSSlflt0- t I Itorpit4 1 the bSckaT IOtbtt117Oof orc- J La1 the kWSybostualllil UeatiWWI D- irl Ths coift i the kisow1ecIt M preised tbt Dn Kri Mr j wpPootithe tkY- L l coatctiitd2I evei JPU1 In the hedc keyZ- t JiTw a oltlt =JN to LG iJttorlNNJg fJJq1lGf winei or tw ekt4lflM btb- s4ag Dt oosiid to go often i Idsyaigbt attKet1aJ1IWI7 tbem sad 4iiptsctI Jwaaip Rest M id ItMands the Itigfaot H t f1t eaMefitilremarkab1Il L it seat free-aiiybveamp1ebottIe 3by h X Addtt Yi 7etaco1Ug I 1 fU1 011 t ery E CURIT- UJ W I WC- LDRaaMNa AP11ALT 6Futt inches ot Aphe1t Gementweld 1 Joint No Ntilholes Through Roof r4t isJ A ContintKKW Onepiec f i mMi wkk Every Kail luMid Covered by f Pelt I r ud Aath1t- NO sZTarf SOlDI BbgemanntI 1 LOSS m HAHHLJG MANURE Mw i ef Qeeiri Qualltlee Lest by Ex peewe te Elements for Period efPewr Months r 4iBy ANTON a IfAQNER t f One ot ear experimental etatlona i luM sltQwn ky careful Investigation r piledr1 ieee from learning of the fertile W gmeets te very large TIle New Jersey 4 k static flp4 thataaanure exposed foj 41Ndays loot over onehalf of the nlI trope onehalf of the phospkoric acid 4H i4fcen proportlott of the potassium n Oeen lost More tian onehalf of r thLoeIItetI had been lost by an fOuImol1t1lst 0cIIithLk 1 ijt Aeil of vateable manure is o 1Mt In badly rrugeti stables IorrefHeuMVaannre hi lost by drainage lThjbstwartot 1IITi all the fertile WlauTs to haul It on the Jteles asd eadows and spread It even lyover the Iud Wished into the soil it la yr eenre4 for the next crop t tLJj U hEASY WORKING GATE HANGER i tIW1 From Cultivator er Fr rttey May Ii Utilized Simple cucIfaay H1Kil1H4 as allY Wji1dIiC thIibr y r fanatJf Mt a few momeats time to conMraeja I ft Tne two iMee et hanger arcuf ioW r spaceri 41 and the one board of gate as shown L1 Jn iUuetration Make the two ends rfI1 JTh Gate rlanier J t MsfreeAeri Ute width of the pulley v t eci wheel aid after boring holes for f he nelt to hol4 pulley In place in the tf miF JlHger nail t ethcrasHius teaW JBtea same to thegate post WthJ two strap1 hinges at ends of boegr which allQil the kate to be t swg te 0S aide AS well as pushed 1 Wk1fTJM gate I hung by leaving off the elMer heard sad placing it through hiir then nailing to the cross t IMtot rite p I i t tevlAfl tf e Vitftte ef ManIHavifnc nsanure directly tt the i jJ I4asssooasMeadscaterIng iJt k the ssfit method of handling ti9f this aMthpd aothlag te loty ferI s iiBitattMr aid very Ute by ble8ChI lug fhea HIJUUte isl plowed Wl1 4 r the feoMfctatkNt Makes place trfF aM as BltreffM lost The 1 prt bs t4kgride as4 AeMs produced l j a with tMt cUaieBts in the I f adzssuft1inoreantfoodbe ft4 gjM e4e er Uble AM the organic t MMi lr eared Sac haattw Ite the nj t iiL L if t i i iv v 4Wi LL- r t TiI PLANTERS f 1IO18ir LEAF WAREHOUSE c SPRINGFIELD KY l h Tandy Quisetberry LOJ Pioprsl a iILit i 1 1 1 i a DMT Auotioll Sales fell lighted Sales Floor House 10s near The Depot tt 1 of i i t willbef Tandy r Ouisnlcr yj MaJt1ger BIG t5AMt OF NORTHWEST banger of Complete Disappearance Can Only Be Averted by Prompt Action Northwest Canada and portions of Alaska still contain gfoaU numbers for large game but in some localities this baS already become Yen scarce This fs almost the last apofin Amer lea where big game is abundant thfre remains only the arctlc regions Jt is evident that in a new country lacking transportation facilities and iinvaded by great numbers of civilized men who must depend In large meas ure on the country for Bubslsience the larger native fauna will BoonMls appear In this northern region trav elers trappers and prospectors sub slat very largely on the game and qUlnuUesthe settleinent for sale There has been enormous waste by the white game killers and lf the waste by the Indians has been less it is only because the Indians are few i In numbers In some localities pe Continued and reckless killing of game for sale In the mining camps has re suited In the almost completedisap pearance of such game Besides this Ujere are not a few people who go Into the country in search of fine game heads and who kill with the usual selfish recklessnesi They have been known after af days hunting to leave to spoil an a hillside enough ineat to supply a prospector with pro visions for a whole winter The chief game animal In much of that country is the moose which is so abundant that from a good lodkout high up on the mountains moose can be seen almost any find Jay by thern aid of field glasses In certain per tlons of the country west of the Mack enzle river caribou are still seen in great herds at the proper season of the year but these herds appear to be growing constantly smaller Mountain sheep are yet abundant In many places and owing to their habits of life are perhaps in less im mediate danger of extermination than the moose or caribou It is obvious that as the settlement of jUiis Aorthern counCry proceeds the game must disappear It Isonly by the establishment of game refuges canbeprserved e countrylUefar as it may be turned Into money ESTERN GIRL IS AMAZED Pvmestlc Arrangements In New York Are Analyzed fpr a Na r tlve T She was from the west and she generalized as rapidly as the traveler w1rd ro ndno soap In bis Parisian pension room and Wrote home that the French never use soap What amazing domestic rngm- enta you lave inNew York sl ipaninwho Is separated from his second wipe He told me all about It NotB lug so extraordlnjiry in that of hiefirstIs also separated are living together He fold me these two woijen were intimate Mends when they were girls im had married number cne apl1 after a Ume she had become so jealous of Number Two that she had left him I dont doubt she had good cause for he then married Number Two She in turn became jealous of Number One and left him Then 4be two women made it up and are living happily together in a little flat up town while the man is wandering around loose That sounds startling to me but I suppose It seems per fectly nonjial tojyou ftJIV Oh perfectly We never have anything like that out west i A2o No Reno nor anything of Jtbat sort Ohwellbut thats mostly for you New york people j Abbotsford The present estate of Abbotsford was formed during the years 1811 to 1817 from various small farms the first one purchased bearing the inharmo nious designation Clarty Hole After Sir Walter Scotts death in 1834 a com mittee of friends collected 8000 ward the redemption of the estate and MrT Cadell the publisher contributed tsoverScottmuseumMclbytheCOLWtromIHIaRLibsrLtohissot e Iatr bi4 the te- i syqtt Maay 9eetr 41c are iaa ktI biass WSW7 his g 44 4 t4ic c I SiTn CLAUS1 I i Has made headquarters until Xmas at the IoldreliableToyStoreof J A SHADERcC1 M 4 t4 f v TOYSi of all description for the Baby thefBoys ir Jand the GirlsI X i I DOLLS All kinds tnd sizes Guns TrurTlcs Firewoirks Tea Sets Banks Stovest l i Tables Beds Doll Buggie p Wagons ipfact EVERYTHING IN TOY- SijiaNutsFru i 1 Big ftaiseisFigs t Dates EtcCt i PRICE LOW BUY NOW II i I J A SHAPER i m42 cJ I Sheriffs SSale For Taxes By virtue df taxes due the State of iKentucky ano Vashipgn county for the years indicated belowl or one of my deputies will on j MONDAY DECEMBER 26 1910 T offer for sale at the CSourt louse door in Springfield vKy thE property de scribed below drso rajuch thereof ap will satisfy she tax and cost jJ Brush Grove Precinct oflJohni r5 875 I yearI Il 3s ares of land listed in thename tRobert Baker tax andcdt for ofl year 1905 964 r IBYRON CROAKEUWO ByEdMastersDSI CornmiuioncrsSale t- v Washington Circuiti Court Ky Mrs EttaKlarkson etc Plff vs 4Equity Minnie Clarkson etc DftR By virtue of a Judgment and order fsale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the special November term iyiO in the abpve styled case I shan proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY DECEMBER 26 1910 at 2 oclock p nior thereabout to the highest bidder at public auction upon a redit of 6 and 12 rnoptbs the follow ng described properity towit inWasbingtonSpringfield and Walton Lick turnpike about 3 miles North of Springfield Ky and bounded by the lands of Ben1Ed- wards EdgarLfnton RS Mudd and Sara Mudd containing 30 12 acres more or less This tract of land has no improvements but its location on andveryIdesirable place to make a home of This lland is all in blue grass For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing togal interest from date of sale until laid and paving the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders Will be prepared to comply promptly with Hhese terms C R BOSLEY IM G W C C l Get the genuine F0 leItS Honey and Tar in the yellow package Its sife aWa effectjve Contains no pdiae CBtjwties Hiydon fI t The Famous RbGives the Best Light at Any Price When you pay mdre thaq the Rayo price for a lamp you are payIng for extra decorations that cannot odd tQ the quaHty ofthe light You cant poylora better v light because there 19 none An oil light r has the least effect on the human eye and the Rayo Lamp is the best oil lamp made J though low iji price You can paySlOor 20 for some other lamp and Although you get a more costly lamp you cant get a better light than the white mellow diffused unflickering light of the low priced Rayo 1 Has a strong durable shadeholder ibis set appearanceMadeOnce a Rayo User AIwys On + Dtaftrs EvrnvTerti If ntt a Iyour t wHltcr dticrjfttvt 11TI1lUIOCompanyi Toting on the Germ Parents who own the mean little small boy with the frightful grouch of childhood the little boy who whokIclIss and scrcn todosouetbinglittleboysjnitOhimclapboard not padded should take courage iThclr lIttlo boy says Dr E L llathlas of Kansas City is the vie t1I of the l germIsmeancr than dirt and cross r than a tledup dog Well perhaps A Restricted iiesC Judge Bancroft Cox In a speech 4n Cleveland against universal suffrage peroraUonHall thou to woiiianrwoirian the morning star of our youth the day star of our maturity the evening star qf our old age Bless our stars and may they ever continue sblnlngnt- heir proper sphere ii JPopular Admiration tnlreal t campaigner V 1 I dont know replied the other uanless Its his nerve In advoCating Cuck extraordinary prnlori b c J FOOD FOR A YEAR Ncat =OObL IZlIk to to 240Q- UilOOIbsButter i t Ewo 27doz Vegetables VI SOOlb Thisi represiiits a fair ra tion for a man for a year But some people eat and eat and grow thinner This means a defective digestion t and unsuitable food A large size bottle o- fScotts Emulsion equals nourishing proper ties ten pounds of meat Your physician can tell yo- uhoritdoesit ORSfI2 BY ALL Bnoai8T8 Bc d of paper and Wed for Mr bonntlfail Saying Bank ud Child SkocE- ach bakcontAinsGooLuckPeBa- ysc OWN 4W prSt NeWY k 4 I FRESH AIR IN MODERN BARN Nsceeeary Part ef Pi ifuiTfcfvPreflt ahfrr Live Stoek That Anima Be Given Good Care The modern farm animal Is anartl lopedby otthelive stock that suitable care be given accomplishthis queJltvigorIt be of beef pork or milk farm ant mals should be so housed that they will not suffer from stress of weather tentilationonFarmer The average farm ban Is so Ughtiyapproachestheprofit making animate will close the doors and windows against the bUz- zard but In doing this he closes them against ventilation u welL It4s dif ficult to understand how one could expect a cow to maintain her health and produce a pill flow of wholesome milk Jn a ban whJch Is badly ventilated by reasoa of being Closed too nightly or of bt icao open that it is subject to drafts and consequent sud den changes In temperature Perhaps the best system of bars ventilation which has ever been de vised aid the paly one which does its work perfectly Is that illustrated In the acom Y1g4raw1ncVery little extra llabor or material is necessary to secure a perfect system of ventilation which will carry away all atthewith plenty of fresh wholesome air without subjecting them wkUUng currents One of the great secrets of success in live stock raising Is to keep the antis al comfortable This apolles with special force td the dairy Barn Ventilating SYltemjjJ cow Not because she needs it more than does the beef animal or the hog but because she is more highly sen sltive to discomfort by reason of UJQ way in which she had lien bred and the high development qf er nervous system The drawlng herewlth shows an air chute which reaches from the comb of tle Toot to wlthl 14 or 1C laches at the concrete floor and between the rows QtCQwgJjQb manner tbafall foul odors are Immediately carried afV rn barn Is sheeted on the In side with shiplap or some other suit able material and occasional open jugs are made on the outside aa shown In the cut for the admission tflytlh7m9wfi9I tendwhile the 9014 Mr iteow the outside doeiitote to the outside weather boarding play be as naberous as desired and of a length to coyer the space between two v stud dings SUiting doors are proxldedvor each of these se that they may be opened widely or closed entirely accprng to weather It a blizzArd is raging front the northwest these sliding doors may be closed on that side of the barn and opened toward the sunf thus Insuring plenty of ventilation and at the same tjnje pro tecting the animals against the cold blasts i2ritSiOciizNoiLs Let the sheep flock harvest the small turnips on the aroundI Get the platform scaldingbarrel and gallows ready for hoghUIl gT Bring the fattening pigs from pas ture to concentrated feed gradually Dont take the September pigs from the sow before the middle of December f That old sheep that snuffles win be done for before spring Letuber go now r v 4The brood pews should have two compartments one for feeding and one for sleeping poVou want a balky horse You can easily hero one by giving him too heayy loads to draw Ddt let the pigs get lousy Spray them with kerosene mulslon while eating once every two weeks In a horse actiod shouldt be light free easyand straight Reject a horse that crosses his legs in walking or trotting In the purchase of a new horse ways purchase a mare She wtlf ralse lUieBe sure there are no ticks on the ewes It is verycoatly to winter ticks phjl It doesnt pay it is impossible to fatten a sheep Infested with ticks Look out for them litdc Lead to a Babys kody Pbttstbwn PaA flock of buzzards frarmer and George c Smith who were trying out their hounds la the Chest nut hills in Chester county The hunters went to a lonely spot on Cedar Flat over which tlje birds were hovering and there found the body c There was nothing to disclose the Identity of the child or to ten whether it was abandoned alive or was carried there dead t Llihtnlne Ends LaMMUtt Frankfort Ky LtgktBiag track and destroyed a large tree IB front of the reslieace of Mrs Margaret ImmkL of Steito1Vff am4 seWed a law suit of Jef 4iac1Jaat tk4 eewts were moi Ole to decide Coatraetors building a road wad te cut tte tree down and Mise laale Mewed aa Ja juMjIioa K Teatiac it Kwdredf had beea s eat to IMiptUeM Wt the HIt split the tree noisslisJH ir Me 4e strietfca 7 J pg Cg IS nessandfestc ii OtMor NncoiiciIiL A3i j ttIWormLCOtgiAsZtwrlI ness NEW YOHK J5DOSES Exact Copy Gf Wrapper I Por Infants and hIJ6a The ihtd You Have Bears t4 rh oIofwW of J 1 I110 ivt I Ise 1 1 Dt 1 t j I EVERY BUSINESS MAN i t T the importance of conducting allhuaineee deiailiifhy r f and long distance Itioiy iin ieying 4 0 T Unexcelled te1ephoeeservicE esa ie W of the Cumberland Telephot and TjilsgiajVCepi distance connections to affin p rtnBt eifl6jntl United States rates reasonabe servic the best DMBERLAND TELEPHONE TULEGRATPH COMPANY it r 4Incoropratedl 1 ijL A Good Example T l CIIfam a locK example writes Mrs R LYBtliral t McAlester Okla of what Cardui will 4f for Jrffcrittf wdmenfff I and aithotigli t tried everything IAeYer kl get aiy thing to do me any good until II began to take uL I Cardui has surely helped me arid lilt Me top and II am so thankful that I have found soniet that wi4f do I It is wl11o make Up your mind before yoK are sick what medicine you will 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