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thITas Ia pecddeaiSr t rI Wf09d OWly Ulei4 t lro reek tot t MY14 io tb ag aW coolcIaIW itv Ia their fpotieW whIt in i1iiIs rit it HMd witM steam ti 1 4preparig Jooi after i tIM scIsiitifte metbeg arid ae- iUosvJtt t ouJrkt tar W 14 t rir l tIErWiARD ww1 0 i i J al U r JB franure j =Pfl WItIC Ieatt ks V Pear Treee v= jBy K B RII HINO ins fliwt tkree or fettr years after HMkiac K h l Mt ta ealtivate the peer t Fst4 Ja vegitaaleal ot acMae sort = 1Nt JvrJ1 wheat or rye The yege 11ffllllltll rqwk bith aaare an- lf IUP1tL wJ bbeet u1e olIl4hi wyear tree aiake a ftc e tc growa4l fth year the wehar ean k- M pst Ia aai 1t two or thie i 7srtbatcjoVL Tfce Jkr t erefi of ctoyec laajr 4 lh tak i of but the Jweoaet ere W id I e f J1ir L it tIN jMr brekard laT ia clover tohoe grmb around l 4J the spring aad keep t1 ieS I M Aroind It thIs destroys j 1L crrf 1aeac and ako keepc them w i nietiag there Urbk and larger Jiaikii6 the trees Iqr vKk a eetloa o aoItap nJ rate ft mtK BII but Th4 wI11dc tIr I A C a JCee It down aZI ekeefrea n1m d i k s 4jooaad reaociall rote frm pbA0 bet iijfe prE a Ktbetreeg make a w1 2 d l UO IWtk for ley sp4II JIt hlght attbe- tJ4fr apt wih Lr rt L rlrab1eH w i ai4Y necessary It I ff irIi ctcrn to theha b jj atvti shape iJ le tai 4 r r rplntirig Trees if tt With quite a number ofc larnierstliQ bIk islliat from bout tile jabcfi y ffiljiVi f r to the middle of November Is 1 r SfejHttmte plant tin apple tree f aja e aauaily the ground Is cd Po et sUflcI3ntIy to work f wett at etj ret and sticky Besides h Y tIIe gi wag aeasen oJs over and the 4 i i5i f btwH aarly W 1injured at all by j the 241r5er7 to o chara Bqois Mv1iat kejw cut ia digging ga mtitljfe reeettlifg will cal iII 4itke groend will settle jlii roetL aadlaI tke aptta tMk a are ready to awjiken htawflfe wfthout a check te th ell iJ fpfcriferJiiaVta severe winters some X oi JI lost Tfce better jlan Js w ct tae Iii tt iiclr JoP Jo 14 TidS k WLtC to wet i5yi re t t r ibe4l be114P111 i a t 1J IJp1tI Ws14y ai P1eaUliC j o i sCoH Ia borWi IImas enp- WJCi ebi M Il i led 1 ui ths fMS I7- nw te 4 Th i grtdufll =artot iiLai 1ui ifly Ip Iqnth 14e1 IfiIiC i 1 reftc at to v 7 41 t ww w T w 1T 7- WLELDL fji1 1 H- l1Jlihi ft f 1 I I rNEI KEHiUCY DECEMBER riwii aatw i beIjfte4aI thekitoobLcr i ra 7I r r t iawi4 r f it jTrr Wrr1 r D4eiJlnipntF l ytjch 1 i D rkrtd-i1U 1t7JtIaa cJ Mr ndMr JE Eawtion w threr4 Haion tt MackvJllSunIsio1e + MrAnd Mrs JopI2 Polilf ot nisgfie1dj were thp1eftant- itgIa of Mr andMw J Rio qcitt d cilrsl1 this pM 1oYTti t irtJlnt2 fT7Pridie Jvs llrl Ocr Ear nMlJ4r 8oikgiey Mr Srtb W latOalof tqhTho awhp dined with Mis Ni euiw Feiiwiclc and family nun- v wai Miaws Fay Montgppiery d Rtixia Ose1Iand M Sjrrs rFrarftf and Sanfojcd LodournMr 1rMrWill Backer iud chi air ltU4onday with Mr tmes wlaand family r f Mta Den ItwibrothrWill were the guests df Mr an4 Mraf Dan Thompson and famiWSD1ay Mia Roiie GUseil hasretnrn 11 home after a twp weeks sfyy with her sier1rs Bertha jLanham 7P n MJss Grace AInoland brp er spent Sunday with Miss Myriie Perkins J I Mr Frapk Logsdpniientertairi friendsvWednesday night jo a charmwg tnauper r t ITs The Warlds JJelt 1ntmentorleas Arnica Salve its the ene perfect Dealer of Guts Coras Burns Bruises Sores Scalds Boi tTJicers SoreEyestQlSprains ita ureme Infallible for Piles Only 25c at Haydon R bert son Child Nwrowly1 ri JItEpesDtht yoImonihfK sudH wLamberdayBfafternoont Mrs Lamb went Ito another jJaf of lho house fora few minutes leaving the chill and her three year old daughter in the rdJHHMThe babylwas ina wickr bu near the stove aOOflrobnvshe yas statled jrby th e screams of the older child and rushing into the room sljie found thfcend of the buggy in flames ajad a comfort over tHe tbaby al so on firw She grabbed up tb ohildin time tosave its Ilife but n ot pntil its iyje feet had been aiefuliyburned A large hole was uso burncd iia the fldbr It i mot known justhdw tbe fire strartgd but it is supppsed thajb thc olderjchild playing abpn t the stive is rspnsibTeLebano a Enterprise l kS4 Ib 1a4 Can Opening One ftIe smallest of tife little gIrl rill a Philadelphia family had oftea assisted her mother in prepar irig the meejp She observed that her mUer who was ratter kasty always t L7alkddifltculty ia openIng leejw ot rage4 thehastbiOne liar aSwt waa visiting a neigh bor and went IMp tke Idtckfa fo help prepare aaUaL ike watekf pie iIkhWr take a caa oC corn fiMpiy the outecjaa xe OY the top I Tkata not tke way to open a can of cora1 salt the llltlfi Jrirl Why what other wars there r asked tkeaelshkor WU you take the csnf corn and tsiact to oyea it tI then you bear rotia7t Itnta eeao1 1lIHswtA Caf M HM girl telto this story ae kaviag really kappeaed at her he t Is a great belIe ver 1il oo MaIe t It the chilrem oat aetjee5aO at the tb4e he sen4rth ml away Ree tiy the family had a aiaa Jig for dINner wko WM not quite aa Mf k taa4 a tkeaMMC ef the hbu e cU tri ki a fcaUe tO be The ss b eH oCW rlMBifj ap ted wRh it that M karL Great Ob be waa aterriMy proCaae iaaa w tM KtD w beet that iibr r p i dtfce ylariieaUr I bs ja It JiJf poa ue o = t S Jj I t 4 State jri P14 j i IPor ttosflrafc tiaie j m th- eKtiaky biatdtf ofi ai rtat sUte Paull r1Sh I isto be ld1By tile rr flCommissIOner e Kentucky Poultry Associa d was formed some months d and t 4iPC hoW its first Annual ShpirprtVoullry Fair nt Lexington t in January 16 to 21 liext Prjeimiu m list and cata gbe WiU be radffoi distribu tri Janary 1Wi4ndtviI1 I ntttnyoie onnpliiTti to Becretarr Fraiak LiSlaiitb EXi- i i tI iiiftI DKJ 1 f jstfUQHNBEST ijfHalr i Grcrt9Doathiin1 Mill lJI t Joines a lf Piqe ygan of the Deej Creefesec ionof t slietcerpiethe Roller Mils at JPerryvHle ile Was passing through town th a drove of turkeys and stop pe il at the mill ttp get some cprni W pahiunaccompanied be accidentally steppedl into the cdrn hdpper peedtHlwheels an4 he was jerked to th4 bin and his head popped against J worjmennj sa v dMr BestJRfek A gasp iphisi HeWilSsurgeonle aid his woudds were dressed and he vias taken to his b meHar TO sburg Herald ii Reach ins the Top- anyLcal1iof3in life demaids a vfg uStdY 100keea b tnWi11 Ut healtlfthere is nosncc ss But Elec tric Bitters is the greatest heajth builders the world has over known ft compels perfect action stomachS liyer kidneys bowels purifies and enriches the blood tones and invigorates the whop system and enables n tostand the wear and tear of ourdailr worktAfter mOnths differingsriter W M She raan Gushing e three bottles of Electric Bit- erS make me5 feel Hkea new manS 5 Qctat Hayd6n Robertson tHmGSWONT liST 1 iii j NOTHINQ is MADE DURABLE NdWsWAIL AMAN J Penholder Used Qnly Seventeen Veara Already Beginning to Get Rusty antI In Time H WHI Need a NeW OrteV = P Why la t1 said a manfbt I who i cIdenth1I Jwrite tklngs Zor a living and who has not yeYco toJj uiatlthingslXQk at that penholder wfll you tAs you see JH II A staple rouad piece of wooda jitas big as a lead pencil au1f haying laround one end of Ifasteel awfIn the tardof which qtjusUookj will yourusty in some placea and u corroded ant crusted wljh inlj pretty nearly worn out asd Ive been using that penholder paly 17 years fuome places theTmetal has bee a eaten entirely away and the holding end Ite now so choked up laalde with rrust and crust that Its hard work for me to get a pen into it so that It will hold fdont ampposei Til be able m9ltmoreAnd rBhall have to giveit upland break iu a new one This one tits my hand and I have lonlbeef used liJtu Really it seems like a friendj no me With it I have written yards tand yards of tufland ibme of It Xj Ihopef pretty Jut its the penholder we are speaking about and ngw it is wear dug out I suppose when the steel fina1ly gets beyondnse I could have a rne1f one Just like the old put OB fand if I should break the handle newhai1dteputfntiaefeel jlkolde a aIfpocket knife that he hid long ear trucJtheput lakis knife till the la4e wee ill sw and then when the handle Mireke kt had em put on a aewTwn fle Ik all these new parU tkey jyioMT8ipractlcaiiy it was the sajpe eld knife aad yet thfe man said that ke aevir cou4 IDke the rebuilt knife feeat the same to lilbitI feel that it would M jMtUM mama if I should iMerta1ce trMtafii zit peMkeMetA and JMW Ifcere V eyerr jaieati tINt ft WtiIP IUM OOn4I4I4I7 bter iosIjaiifjs4 IJi 1 bS SeS j i 1 fI OFt1ftLhF4r jR lfip rTJ f to lJEI l ilJ llI vr J 4H pLe LHappepstpJohn T 1 Who es i the Fao49eg Edelen tS Neftrtbwn If r t j 1 I f rtOn of ti q ftf 1tinte te l IoC d n tbifCQkD1f 1MtSJ4 J- w jicbjUrr join ik the farm of ff Grerc B1eipii JasfcMopday Sfr Edelen witfe a rihand4jVas euagtinr f hauling shofcij fodder a largJ siide tdWhich were bitchad two llarge mnleac To this rear end of the slide waftiaYtfKcdaJong t J Ii wire fastened to ea hsl3 bf tbtj ipSdei Jothle d They had dauled one load and were returning bothmen ridiri OniesUa ir On reaching J gate through which they had tc ss they were met by1Mi Pike who was walking on hia way to town He had passW1 i tthethe gate for them to pasi through which as soon as tbej did he clcsed the gate behind the slide but failing tcmoiic4i the dragging wire be step i within the loop and was iKstanljk iy pulled partly under the gala by the moving team M i Edgn iiiesiida Jfpedi ito whonflI ftotr I iYAiPif ifER tS = Winter iis 4loe Time to Go Over Machinery anll WodworkHlhP- ayinj Investment Any man can easily learn d tue the reIqUfrtwo or three good paint bruihee fferenLsiz f and keep OB Jiau pply of white leads linseed oil afajd paint coloring matter Theee faterials are comparatively cheap an d H71D1nvestmenlIn winter I Ia good time to use tke farm paint brush because thai tke S5I tteJjdonea rfllgive all the wood work ono or an two coats of good paint Thls work can be done on the barn floor in a shed orin any building ii6re there is spacer if the weather in very cold when the work Is to be done a box of hot land earth or salt mar be used tOSet the paint nail in so that Jbe eSIJTkedeepernIjnore quickly will It weod In Btarting to paint A toe Or ma chine first clean it off thoroughly If it is only dusty use a dry rag but If iIt Is muddjash it off with warm watergo over the surface with a dry atInotlpherethe moisture Is out of the wood W ter and oil will not mix and Jf any water IIs in the pores of the wood the oil will be kept out and benc will not have chance to do its fulWork pot the first coat of paint oil new wood or wood In need of repaliatlng Qiltoonly a touch of coloring matter It too much White lead and coloring matter are usedin the first coat the paint will be so thick that it will not strike deeply into the wood What iIdesired at first is to deeply fill all pores of the wood with preserving oil and then to coat with lead to Hprotect thd Wee so that laBdI cannot eicape The paint mixtuneinust not only bel weU stirred to break up the leak into minute particles before the palat ta used but stirring at Intervals of every few minutes must be given while the paint fs being applied to prevent the heavy lead from settling to the bot alwar8bet aIlead Is a very heavy substance Tb fwill separate on stamdifag for oqly few minutes theeaJ sinking to Ithe bpttota and pushing the oil to the top For the seco3 coat of palkt Me about onefourth br oaeiaftk of wh llend in the mixture aB eougk color UIotlir ahert te Geerge1 Heriee et the atkor1ai4 ii a rieet lit rtnl rt at tie Pneakila Ian ia iiPl 4s a4Ss arago oust wes dvo jabort tM s yat to wMkMI rid i to v ti aik a- a atej i im F 4 4 9t tb ey foqjiftigl unithetgateani with pne loot pulled eptrfely jfpin bisi body He was bleed lu thgi cordIj and by holding iit succeeded in stopping the flow of blood Afraid to moret him they re tjinained where they were until arrivedfEdelIens were treated They found the small bone of the leg broken land the larger one dislocated attt the ankle It wAs found neces na gorybelow the knee aslhe flesh Wa stripped from tfle bonetbMr Pike came oniginalivfror u Ohio to Gravel Switch trotIi which placed he moved last to the farm of Mr Edelen wriere he has since been living in a tent with his family consisting of his wife and six children The familyare vqry poor anaan ave little of thiSWO rJJSgOOdd 1I r Edelen has taker the entire 110Itortur piw hiahis68yearslog lSSWffiTHEART AMAN11in TOOK THIS SMITTEN SWAIN 14 YEARS TO fIND IT OUTlu Meanwhile He Has Written a Bale t ef letterst ana lint Her SomethingI Vetween a loop and SSOOO Dupe Haa Reeiplent Arrested is dunirke3t many f5000aBpero neter MeA oct trom whoa he re caln4 hundreds of lettenaaU betIng life afcfaVeetioa George Oi ore owckrgee that Mine Gladys rWifcoB bt PMikdelpfela the Idekl of t 4r uf s fr reality WijHvni B ae5akank4 L1MaI factor ebtapretense a H is accused of having Invented tthe young woman and with the aid of a friend In Philadelphia of having car ried Osbornew1o aswlnnlnltheccompHahod but womanOfes tluri g the fourteen yeart when usm ebrrttsjMwdenc struck the same ro maatic key ifa which his own lettert were wrktyiwere those times imme e dlately receltir aB Invitation ex- tendedf Co him to send some of his money to Philadelphial It irks Os borne to lookback over thOse tint ed id perfumed uotenuow tha pe bhayes they were feaned by aLan dtactsthatI Whetheyrrybodye may not be able to get Qsborne for fourteen yeire remaioeeV faithful to Mtarf Qlidyi Wilson ant the posttad fepartmeit flsent balee of letters and he got plenty beak Wfieaeyer he expressed a desire to go te Pktlad lpbla and facetotaceargument In niyport of her cont tlon that he skovU stay U Southing lugbusineu BODY SHIPPED OH IJFS iAS w r J ifWhen the Widow Declines te Pay fflfc ser Paesee Problem te Hlh r V Officials Portland OrAH rtlngthatberj deces ed husband Was just as much whenfotbai1tlctoby jUUteJfoAhipment to iaeattto My kuskaad W a VMS a tke State of WasklMgte irkea ke aiialive Je l1OpjJf PureU af3 no e M ftfag to pnveatWa tray etIIg a JIt WA he Sa leM rteJ 18 Mrs Ckawlek kM p1eed Mc bases kbdy ia its coM oa tke ateaia J klR Md Purcell kecitatedit rd r It put aeaore WItt aas refused tp pay P JJ1MUrJ j Xfltsr el p DangerotssLaw The moet dangerous JaVi Hbit has been1 proposed fOr years i scfatasithejII lI town ahd smallercUies are cbncerned iis wOPostr hzeJjustwrt theprothdthrs otlJlihn1athat roisforrenatbut in reality it is for the bencfife of the large mall order bon a d transportation compamelg Now in Totheirother nierchantsin this corn II muDity IfCongress passes this 1wf r jj juthJi the country And not ina fair competition for the quality ini the articles offered by tiie m l order house will in practically every tSse be inferior tt6 the quality offered by the home mer chant Local agents of thecata iersnhir P1Mcks11sto siods would be shipped to Leba 1 Sg no e4Hoentkj e p aiiddepositat1iern in the loc wJflte5ChrJ tea er by trdraLcarriers Itragreat Idea for the mail orier houses compptied merchants Mari n FrCn t EogrOsaaIrTt hits tthe Bi1ISIcS v tThis world famous rifle shot who hplds the championship record 30 e nslnOO consecutivt shots lls at Lincoln HI Recehtlyin er viewed he t gsJ suffered a tim lith kidney and bladder trouble and used several well known kidney medicines all of which gave cno relief unttUstarted taking FOlevKic1ney Pills Before I used Poley 1 jadnty ilLicL seveKbackaches and pains ifi my lth suppression and a cloudy ydid g On arising en the morning I would get dun headaches NowtI have taken three bottles of JoleV Kidney Pills and feel 100 per dpisuSetter I am never bothered with D33wikidneys or bladder and again fee1 lik cliertsoff rpoTheTH1vEAieaIuaaj ofIESwklck iho ttJniiliu utf Dutch HuJ tier OB 5etberlIzsnew1e1u kul lie e adrfed toHhe BooaloI group in tte Atetttiaa HD ratal jpiBt wheret aiO5Mit lalt year by tket geological IIJ1Ql owed It ftk aaotati Sr creatiounislet that roai year before last The famous volcano Bogoslot Jit tha Aleutian islands has again beet bi eruition For scores of miles arou nd UnimakMslanfl where Mount Shishadin lisa been In eruption for five bouthsashes and 1aone oilsa 1pthe hot ases The ups and downs territoryformstories of modern tinges since the first known island pa this Jjite rose fromthe sea in 1796 andwas named Johaana 1828 obyilntrusionsrZl6ns HeraldC silk sacks Fee te Matrfmeiiy- Tka the desire of young men to iecorefa tke Jrlll CAUse why mapy tail tOI place their necks uader tlae yoke of matrimoay Is the assertion of Rev I3ermpbll a distisgu1s IGi Irisk clergyman r It usa tiM th youag meri of to ItBlgkt wsIts abott5a wMdpib plic or aSJM ctfUJlIjt e very 3iJt ft the e1gklret famtty lf tr qNi at siNe1 itsu jaM pebth Hrtogl meat j14sort at a eiib- fa H they go It fe Iaaky clad d jrfilft if swat glrk flMLre b 5s Iii maidenkeo4 tIc the 1eT1 Iri sweet wski tkuJt tIIp t e II tt We114aartsd When f aMMr AJMr yy Jit Wends are aiwayaajiM t alMift tbeai short time age MlSfe JWy 1 Ion4re4I Bit street Hear yei1V starU aiwtkec i atIt tlJrliNhs 7I seynnodded 7 rwbatk1ndofatWsIttsb1a 71itwnittea faek f r fl arwyo 7 ot tIMi 1r PtII i t I X32 wriM HluIa4 Conipwkm frJaamy ti Woman rts ffgtat th new ytheosI rirweq pmii place ti1hiis suffaget lveatcityta en I titled In the wild ot Toitbr by Maud Redford War and as tducau iaaagiiie is a rMinlnet eparturfi tram tbe1anl magazine story Other ai- il1I rthitf Humbec Juolwlw The NJi nidesbyL JlieLWiIbot mpkins Pjierieit aid the IIGiaYMOnk by aiiBiat HeiUlip Part Thrai ofuThe Ad niraT8 Niestdehigbtt- ale by KatfPaglag vWiggin ac d her collaborators 7V jB gmning with a new year homeJoversaUqvejMhe country itma ke esOlnWns71 i e me rit ia th boise itijjlne- lynic with such ptan the W- ensmg Home Gomjnionvd erar articles cin home decoration a1 titled Furnishiig the Sojall Tibrary Bookcase and- agaide8tind H Li b r a ry arfs in CrossStijh The Business Sideor a OoantrT rne1 PatcDWork QujIt of II ched Years Ago Go ji Music for veryone vie rJ For wirter days and nights the folio ving sem to hold valua ble suggestions Bow to Cfse Your PublicLlbrary uj nuiiry ajlAhucMaking the Babys Layette How to Make Sleds and Tobog ganisEIWireless Telegraphy How tp Make Croquelttf Miss Goulds Fashion Depart man cover various points in cludVng The New TSwargi CluakfNew VeU and Hat pinst Underwear for Toing FolksJ The New Theatert ROn netfU The New Silver Baftr and many ot ers For the Younger Readiy Itose 0 Neill still keep5ap her i f Ylwpiefansandrns tu and Betty are always pppiiilr Evety year a llarge nunsbrpr aia1Pekthcoughseurgedtogotenr mate But this is costly and met a tDrmeol4IMcwewrlt38i l when all eise failed adIgaadu- ndsin 47 weight Mb emeythe Kinc n allcough andiaiiff cvreiJ Tlioaar owe the1r1ivbsshns positively gWaMeedfr coL polds aGripfie Asthma CroofiaJt Thlreai and iM g toaukleit tc ItI io0t Trial botik fr c at Hay4ii Jt R ert8 l t1 lrQl jfjWAftCsria rywho cdvtiui- lding restanr3 j pet Maih strsijssryp- posite the irdestY iteTSii- nfully usdtaboutthetia1ds andface early Tuesday eviJng While toling a torch with pso line His lp hnjf be6Lme jj jcniieH and hut idr thaiitfiwrce f mind oftwoor three fjftfe in ihe room at the iimeM- rinrv MHild ttoubttaM hite betn sfeifiooslrt burned TtMi ran to his assnCe aiidqBlct Jy tore off of Kim hii ffearniinr cl Ithing The wo i Wet dreied aqd arS IIQW nieiy heall hfg floeverirwjiIprobab1j be evera1 wee ieehi can use nijeot hii1d1T4ebirWt Enterprise Ik Cilth4 Ifiwat is bsusi baa sisiprs gIft MWItL the biags ik 7- L iak raI I 7it I- sai7pWan gifts U emCTL- tlt IaI td a t eiriIst kiiat-O tbSW1r dOInp50e aad tM a tuu jIJ N that a workiag 1Wit bow la get akmg with Mors to W eeekii than tom ia ao ile4 higher ImportantMof beauty r it takes a r fur 1b tsI M 1 br fetsSiti th i wba we thts k y This is t- 1chf0 reqo t Perfect Me5Dq odL A Pr The oojy Bakfeg Powder fGreaif r No Atom No i lMI F1WJRESJN 4UIt I MiiW b Si 1 ts press Ar iL1i far Praises jJr1i t9I a t tMfr aIever It fa t41- 1st u i W tottMlII1turaL tss tM o The uiI1Iu MrSn a tar SJU ttMFhi thM- 5Paerj ta- th tIII taM r iII t Mend t 0b 1ISSitq1tO at 1U I La- J P Iiba a sstit-a piZbW2 af toa4It J JaaIIIl ts 1rv 5 th a u rf I 4 Iy eot eft3Ia4atmii tbs bod bet gi vttbaiI1lIIIn sad as 7 uf aSIW- M v11yi 9r1 tb s thi- r 0 W tO di To lad s dsw1Il thrIve ta A i 4ISSZtflSIS1- of agrts- tgtIo lithe id Pairs dap =e isk- On iaiII1co1orIsft tp rthaveInaqabi I hY useful to a Thq tars his wIMfrr pIati and b CIII a 1rtt eerie Aob1 UpDI Iu eb1vsA1s are ierrihts1 esiesbsrrles Int ienr1s ra- IsUoe Pied a sbeeri hpbnldizd- eItSSS ie vartstl at IVtka er- tek vtstss 1wIa Swtied T Sft SwSI 17c k y r w ui 1nE NtWS4IADtR sPlU Pt rMibaAWla Nrlr 4 910 hct ie Bck i v I Ji tt CornI HCnle4thatJIt Dernoe Iitei for staLe om a lbs fkctiofl riext falll srb ebe itfcPnEDtry 1Tbi1svkJa fr up tfoHh Demo Ci i arM 8tit togxut bf tMr irolw their cholcQ A kItheirchice two gkgI M ippMriiB in their oqj toftlife a Jb matter oaM t b the man vbp asks tfefenomioAtKHiftt their hands W11k749tii aanand would 5bs ais the 1M9Pd109d1 I aisa adeukwirfIf Ths rst qto ione which ceipo np ifSguifhplfe people and x if to be iiterinri d ptimari Jt 0 Ie of the Democra e psrty jt iis qu a iM the other question oijmrty expediency The first q e tkffli prior in jmportaryje lo tOe Mcoord because Jfe vnters iep the Democratic party do na- tirl a man M their nominee who iIJIOt etitfteatlj fitted for UM high ixxHtxm to which heas lrb qoeetioa of public fitness icei tx t be considered by the Iofthe Democratic party rib Gubernatorial race as n 1iiqschad every candidate for the ftifjjfiio is a ilfbtoned gentle moM aiqllled to make the fv dLJateaJ we eii and will heartily support anjroae of whom may be nomi iaUa So much for the first ive tkh Aa to the question rWlio will mike the best race we lie that the situation a pr Mnt preeenta a McCreary Jacd Anti McQreary side with 3ir Johnac Jibe leader of the AiUMcGre ry side or in other jrbfd Johnson and McCreary r lsL0 each candidate who SiHhe nomination is imbued i rwi UtJdeatbl it would not j bertetbe beat interest of the JMitfjr for Mr McGreary to be OiDd J and their belief is isp by the majority of Demb keit throughout the State vho ET s conversant with conditions Ml there is a serious question ini jiany minds as to whether the f gral nt Ifhter and once minent jfrsttleenian has outlived the effects b i of deffat and can be hlmsr once more after his retirement lFI ijut a there was a question i the minds of sportsmen in the f recent JeffriesJohnson bout as 4 r to whether the old sport could ft ipo ie baclr or noC Tne result wintt y yauthand the same ex r pression is ap plieable in the pre J ht icef Can McCrearv Zack Experience hasJ i proven that even the most popu r + ten whelonce out of the Sliicelj Arena Can not come t tback JI Why take the chances Jj bv pJacin iM thepartiesnominee a8 ighftr who belongs to the 11ul1a bH s i a man whows d eJ 1 ieated Sy i man whoa himself i iailed to land in the final strug 4ale Toe Democrats want acauT- ilidafe a t 4i WOO is fearless in the dis f s rceof his duty one who Yi iiejstisic skill and executive il it1In the management of JHifelic affaipsiOoe who has fore iit Z iihteaonh t J sew1iat iis best J t it k fJ for the interest oft1F Coramoi1 wealth atid when WP have III sight bae who possesses the most es seritial qualifications TIe next qiestipn to be considered is notI Can he come back io what he once wa as a campaigner but a be the snap and vigor of youth as a politician which is taost essential in this day and entafpoJitiCali cnlhe win hlHQn Jobnson would make such a candidate as he is a man who has proven his ability and fitness for this high position to which hq aspires by bs splen did record as a Congressman pproximatipgas it doesthere cord of Kentuckys older Con ressmen As to his ability no Dne has a doubt as to his fair ness and magnanimity afsaal there is no question and coupled with these c lsideraCf ns of public fitness iis the further con sideratiou of party expediency scan win Former Congressman A B Montgomery died at his h pen e at Elizabethtown Tuesday of rightsdis aseJ J = LitieyG Miss Logan Neale isspendng- hist week with Mrs j H Hopper Thompsonwen nhOmpson j Mr and Mrs JI Martm visi ted Mr led Mrsi B LJLit ey S 1MissesSarah Reed and Jack Reed were in Chaplin iHi sday Mrs Annie Thompson and Mi 1isesWiJI ettand Grace Shehan penL EmmalRase hitShirleyhi Alice PinstatilIMiss Nannia Thompson spen- several I daya with relatives here Miss Lavenia OConnor vist ted Miss Emma Polin Monday Mr and Mrs J IM rtin- spent Tueraday with Mr and Mrs Sherman MartinI Miss Francis Litsey entertain eda nuthbirof fri cds lastTulpsl day evening Tobacco arketL f 4l openedTuesdaYit prices showing a steady upward tendency and tile market toi2OO is 150 better than befoetF holidays Brtght grades especially are in demand and sho wan upward tendency The Washington House re ports tbe salo of a 2200 lb crop of Morris and Blair of Mkribni 9Theupwardttndfram1 50 to 250 better and good red from 2to 250 better than last jweek Prices are thuchbettei tQan tWo weeks ago Bright tobacco is in great demand All good tobacco not prlcesLFineprices While the market shows an upward tendency they adIire that now laa good time to mar ket tobacco Yesterdays s sale of 20000 pounds Tbe PaVmer ayeragedts the sale of a 1000lb crop of to bacco of H S Barb r at an average of 13s prices ranging 25oO1blcrap r age of S 063 prices ranging ffrom 9f to lOP Red tobacco is tbringing fair prites ard bright andbrJnginggaadt The Planters House reports that tbe market opened strong and prices are at leasta200 better on all grades than last week Air good 5tqbacco is selhiig highand bright f spe ciallyi in demand reparlsAthat prices are hctter ihatf be- fOre the holidays and buyers seem eager tto buy AH brightd grades are m demand1 and toobacco is selLingwell We give the following quota tions Dark Red Burley T thrasbTrash sound 600 850- Conimoa lugsu Z08tr Good Lugs 900 iI5c- ornC leaf Xshon QOOg 800l Com rear 8 00 9 50 Medium leaf 1000 lltOO Good leaf 1150 1506f Fine and selected 13 00 18 50 Bright Red Burley T flrashTrash sound 800 956 i9ommanllugs 950 1150 edium lugK 1100 120- CoodIugs 12 ooraoO Com leaf shprt j 750 9OtCommon leaf llrQp 1200 Medium leaf 12 Op 1350 GooJ leaf 185D 1500 1900IV REPORT OF CONDITION SOFTHE Peoples Deposit Bank doing business at Main St tOwn of Springfield County of Washington State of Kentucky at the dose ofi business on the 15th pay of December 910 RESOURCES 133180231Uand Securities 220347 Due from Banks 1264333 081CRecks00Overdrafts5590563verdraftsCurrent expenses and taxes iit 279646Real OOOthersunder any of the above heads 00 Total J I 37146053 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in cash 50000 00 Surplus L 3100000 Undivided profits 746608 3846608 Deposits 44L28342Deposits on which v interest is hot 1 2187102828299370Cashiers outstaddi g L 00 75CertifiedtiNotesggBills000Other09underanyof TotaL an460 63 STATS cEN7icKY dooxrr OF Wxsn INOTOX ss I J A Boulware Cashier of rabovenamedbarik tothcbestJv A B ULW ARE J Subscribed and sworn to this 24th day of December CaBhierI CHAS N McClioRD My Comfnjssion expires Jany 10 1914 Correct Attest IGL HAYDON r II H THURMANI I ANDERSONI f I caching the Top in any calling of life demandst a v ylg orous body joU keen bcftfn Without health there is nnTsucccss But Elec tric Bitters isi the greatest health builders th world has J1Jr known It compels perfect action stomach liyeiv kidneys bowel purifies and enriches the blood tones and invigb rates thewhole jstem and enables yon to stand the wear and tear ojf your daily work After months dt b1eIers make me feel like a newmanS 5pc nt Haydoni Robertson i MAKE THE BEST WAITRESSES 4 College Girls Employed to Exclusion of All Others In Mountain ipfif m 11tyl Ho has applications from Smith Vassar Wells and girls colleges for positions resses and in fact has so luncheonIdidates he selects his help rigorous examination The on duty only for breakfast nd dinner and have the re ay absolutely free As the andII f these girls rank high in class as many children are in the a 1ndGeneral Wentworth Is satisfied with e arrangement and usually encour ages the girls to make all the money they caIIIe has found his schema successful and observes HIs guests invaribly are satisfied There coiIsuperstition said Wentwortha llege education unfits a girl for effi cient work but this Is nonsense I have had experiencelth all kinds of servants arid If I am given my choice I invariably pick the college girl Not only does the college girl attend to her work better than tiro ordinary servant but hr work is much more She has a better idea of what is required and she has a better IIdea of tfe place of work In the w orldi i t J DAYIItWoman Called1 Upon to Dig Deep for Little Acbpmmodatjoh Ron dered I know a woman that Is I have speaking acquaintance wth her over he telephone whose time must be worth about 64 for a working day of eight hours said the woman From a little bill she sent me the first of October I have figured that is what she values herself at She Js an ac commodatlng woman Ve got ac quainted through her goipg to all kinds of trouble tq deliver a telephone message One afternoon she called out our nJ1mber and asked It there was anybody living there named Maude My name is Maude I told her so Then she said that about an hour before some man had called her to the telephone nnd vithout waiting to find out whether he had the right number or not ho hm said Hello Maude that you IU be up about six oclock tonight Be sure to be ready to start the minute Iget thdra Before she could say a word he had rung off and she set about trying to corner a Maude vho used bOrOWD telephone number on another etchange It took flffoen minutes and is1o calied up seven numbers In all The message was mire and I thanked her gave my full name and address and offered to pay for her trouble She was quite indlgrnnt forbade m0 even to mention si eh a thing but uponr secon thought she concluded to mention It herself Her billis for 235 35 cents for the seven calls and poDIl tatjon of 64 a day Pretty valuable time seems to me v t I Thor Natural Deduction waistcoat was wonderful il IHis tie was tremulous IJlB socka were positively suporho man In order to display which his trous lllcrousjl r sleeve Lost somebody guvnor u rled the sympathetically6f ho respond ed contemptuously Cat or dog dead guvnor queried the youngster CFil Jove snapped the nobiC dis tinctly annoyed Why do youaa k iuch stoopld questions Why gnvnor called the urchin Qps I see yer trbusersat arfniast Answers Artificial Camphor There Inin operation In NoW York state an artificial camphor factory the product of which is intended to compete In the mavlcot wJth the nat ural substance It maintained that it dqos not differ except In the ihani nor of its origin from thht extracted i ftrbm thodnmphor trees of Formosa Artificial camphor Is mhde from oe Ecntlnl olla derived train turpentine Cbomiccilj the onls difference be tweeu tutjentlno and camphor is the JMjsseSElpn by each molecule of the latter of one atom of oxygcra Wtiicb Is lacking in tho torsion By choinlcal nrocoss the needed oxygen Is supplied Thteerfoufths of tho entire supply of camjihorli used In the arts and on fourth lin medlcuie Cji 4444 it i vww vvvvvvivivv WAHINCTQKI r 4 J I IIi tS PRINGFIEtD K Y III 1r Ifff 4 iF Loo Leaf TobaccoSa1es Daily J I Ik 1 Ood L12ht and LrgetSa1es Floor f P1entySiedyfi Sta1s FRIEWrs4 a i I 7 I Bring your tbacco to us ancIe4j11 the i get you highest price Write or I 4 IteithonePHQNE NO55 L jcaIc4xrS T Bohannaiip T I MANAGER AND AUCTIONEER fe AtrrLa n T fIII N t z tI =1 cf 1 iir 11 I ItI Att r c tt- Mr 1 e W R Wharf has bought an interest out6 mess anem tIrorder i to reduce our Stodwe will make Sadifice Prices on every item nr gour house v fI v Jr 1 fOP Tbe cash-WeI Oftheilisell ib i anc1HASeinsheimerI fcoats for Boys and Children a e 1f QUP Eniifc Behave Coat SWts iin this sale at Costi rranging in Prices rroni6oo td20iOO A rare opportunity f10 buy a nice Suit for littlel MOney v Ik = i I Holidayi Goods r i 4ndGentsaqdI HosieiyIandCollargo at reduced prices l g r j r 1 Blankets and Comforts Bed gllhk SG00Beds Bed Blankets wJrth up to 500 or 8 50 These are Wool Blkn KeLs and pricld less than jobbers IIprIcestod y from 85c to 82 50 worth from 125 to S4QO 1 sell these goods uu regardless of cost j t I J g i an to s V j Ate us A 4 I j 4 t J rir t dtI iiii tI jt f 4 4 t 2 v i Ii j Je d if r t S ftA of f t 4 t J 4 +u j OF Dog Raised In Now Leads and Returns td Civiliza tion to Stcai Chickens PorthuilJOraA raised bj Martin Smith of SanIty has nn Bivcrod the call of the wild anl has become the loader tho wildest band of that has known fcr manjf years The Imeunil never returns to the vii lage except to steal chickens or other forage and residents believe that Its of has made I the varmints It loads much more ef fective thieves Several iisrson have seen the hound this tall and Its espo t In the village rom a puppy Hen Lays Her Egg Flat then8 tfttothe front with a lays flatS eggs This li for by the fact that vhen she wits driven from na Irate garden she escaped life out of ten An effort hatch these eggs jlnid nce her has proved tile owing to the of tho moth er hon to turn them during tn cub ton Poultry dealers declare flat is one on them but believe the ggt effect may be by hens with corseta laijcd Flat eggs would be pinch sifcr carrlQd in the pocket anyway as they would take up less space They could bo piled up in tranBJJ f A Confided to a Friend the Reason He Doesnt Caro to Mingle Vlth Socloty NA bachelor friend of mine told me a little atoryt when we were at theplay wh ch I i replied that ho all his mixing with a married couple and tn t 1I music and beauty and dress mjike a pretty Cbrst Inns book IMt My friend assured mo that after he had one of these din ners ho Ijad no degiro to mlnglo inwhat Js he ldjI can to j are subjects child r Queen t 1 1 Utt 11 IS LnCI cASH I 11 r ShoesS I + Womens arid Childrens and Rnbbers i 7 at Cost i drWall at less than cost 4i Dress GoodsGhighams EtcIOur entirestock of Dress Flan 4 dc will be utI red ata pri le Stll aithey caji be iJ f Carpets Mattings Etc Mattings Oil Liaeoieuin9 Lac C Druggetts and at manufacturers apd hpPQrte1I R Thisis Ti opportunity buy goods for1es tham Ji 1 t everhada eT CUTJI1NGH11 Mv 1Je DUN nN ICIS Jfi 414 I PLATERS L iIi rl WAREHOUSEl1 i tN rf 11 qTTandy Qujsenbeppy 6c Cb PpopPS i irf Daij Auction S1es We11 Ijhtefl Sa1eaFoor 31 IN 3Holle IS oarLThoDepot tJ 1 i willbetakeliSome YOri your Tandy cisenberry Managerfh44i c 44 44444 HOUND HEEDS WILD Captivity Ccytec Krayhoiind of coyotes knowledge surroundings IheIchasingIknotfp I PaAthens henwhich peculiarity accountfd neighbors thatfuJfunltngsqueezed to predicament Inability I tho produced equipping properly rtatiOnr VISITS QUEEN ONCE MONTH Bachelor Riversiliedidntdid twoyearold bUnhowchitdrenmixingthemselves SupdaIn thefoffriendsTothislntitedWhenthqyoungmJss undefatandsThen onotoscrlptlon ainustheanybodypietunesbachelor enjoyed callednodern 1JocletyIf asBettergoodfortune whichIt overYiurtbSnngrownups tho of a Stock 1 I II 35 ItI I CALll community mycollection Mens hoes Paper Goods GinpbamsOutins nellettes Notion bought ior Carpets Cloths V Rugs irII ri ib tobacco thingsshe 1 i 1 DoitFailtoSee 1- Lcadhffla I niJCC fflbe11- sIr iJStockof 6d L iI 4 5 f I PPictvreI U iI 4L I ta4dt d Iu f Qe1iiLi f TT iiL G T BURTON JIiDtDENTIbT- rr TIETH EXTRACTED THOUTP 1Nt ks feZaltJI11f kpMri r SPRIGP1KLDSKY k All IDntiil Work Strictly I I Fir2tc1ss pi JC A1CED 1tcillj lid SJiog on J 1 j Office hour 8 to 9am t 1 to 2 pmz tJ fittM over Haydons Drugstor I JLLdthptonMD- Office Iti OterlftOlse r i 5OttIc1keRc He L Residence No 38 1 jG R laSBYh Jj 1 t 7 tbRfjit Y AT LAW 55Oc Peoples J4afilt ik SPRINGFIELD KY Dr MW HYATT 1 Office over Rod Cross Urug f3tor Office hours Hyatt 1030 tal to 12 m 4 to 5 pmc OHNYMAYES d tJiJ i J7 fURSII uiHtCTOB itP iND KSIDEMBALMER t ii TELEPHONE q 19 NIHT74S- i rY Ia SPRfflGBIELD Bf DR Wp TRUST J PRACTLCALtt f DENTIT I Office over BJaydon Barber Jt 4 v s r jPentaivorkatreasonab1epri- tg11workjuarantedS t j SPRINGFIELD KXV j I 1ff 1 1 RaiIroadciduIe iFallowing istle time schedull now in effect on tWBardstbrcl a and Sprlngfielcf bxaichvrailroad t Mo 41 Leaves Louisville ar e 4O p tor Bardstqwn Junction 522 rdstown600pI pII i arrives at Springfield 655 p m No 42LeavcS Springfield at 600 a mf t3r4 town 645 mc Bar lltown Junctioh 730 a m l- t anves at Louisville 820 a in F No 43 Leaves Louisville at 720 a m Bardstown Junctior 855 a 1j 3ard tow lOOS a m rives at Spririgfield ll40tp m No 44Leaves Springfield at 100 mr BardstoWI22pDL Bardstown Junction 410 pm L arriveS at Louisville 545p m i iJf tcor d Heavily 1 The BurglarHow much II five t ir 11Itf movin plcturefllms a sn rel I f fiirum an a comot worth you t The tenceWhere did you 5ttqtf Bill i rTh8 Burglar smilingly Snooksjjinto vfudyvllle last night Sort of Language well have to cut that said the woman ISame Ideas Miss Cayenne UHOS sort or language that we pay tWP Qr three dollars a seat to hear at a thentre What Will He Do With Ri A souse wandered Into a dorntown barbers ahop and after being shaved sat down in the bootblacks char How do you get paid Wages he akedSj UNo suh anoTferod the bootblack 4qt work m a iiuhcentage6Oj cents mine I ShlckshtrPcent yours aid thetsouse deliberately Shlckshty pcerit Ye r uhl Fyou take in huridred dollars you I grkeep ahlckshty fYes 8uh liitFyou take Iri thpusau you keep r i ihlcksh hundred r Ant undred thous n you keep f Jf fshlckshty Yes thousanII pMy mf 1mannefui atrn you gozf t do with I sO ifl1 crmnet IVe an Press- flOWN iJ H Hww i Local Happenings Interest thp Freshest arid Ltest I J J AIlAbout Yourself Friends 11ad Acquaintances It JHMMMM MfI MHMMm Ask your grocer for Boo Johnson flour give it a trial and will always order ft FOR ALE1 Poland China1 sowand six pigs v W M DERRINGER b vHbund City Pajqts may cost triflb more butL oHiJydon1 bRSALE1 horse buggy and harness Hite Glemeqts FOR SALE 200 bushels of Orchard Grass e ciat per busheL O L Brady JOR SALEA fey fine M B tprkeys VMrs R Av Mclniire R 2 s Mr Tom Duncan las pur chased from Mr FrarjkMoore his house and lot on Covington Avenue i LOSTOn Tue dav Dece bet 20tb on Main Street in Spring fielda five dollar bill Finder will please return to this office and receive reward FOR SALE400 bushels of njce Orchard Grass Seed at 160 per bushel Cal at once r L A Burns atm still closing ou t my stock of Millinery at greatly rnduced prices Prices made to suit you Many bargains yetto be had Miss Willie Knptt Marriage license was 1ssue- dthiswaek to Mr Delbert Matthews and Clara Keel and to Shelton Montgoraery and Eliza Scott J I STRAYED On my farm near he Poorhouse about TSToy 20tb one red sow with blackyspots Owner may have same by paying or pasturage and this advertise ment J XS Divine f LoOa theBardstownpike smair package of mercbandite wrapped ih wrap irfg paper of Cunningham Dcncan Ficder witl please return tb ISJMiss Flora Keene 4 i At the annual meeting of SprTngfield Lodge No 50 F Ar M th6 ollowing officers were duly eXerted insfcaUed for The ensuing year F B Noe Master H M Grundy S W R E Foster J WjC M McChord Sec AO McElroy TreasC W Homan Tyler Wfl McElroy S1OR C Boblitt Ji D Stewarts W A Waters wM Hag n F B jFlougiier Marshal Card of Thanks l We desire to thank our triends for their kindness during the ill esli andVdeath of our mother Mrs Uriah Reed Mr and Mrs L A Barns High School Entertainment The Annual HighScbool De clamatory Contest was held on last Thursday night at the Op era House Each speaker de livered his piece in true oratorical style aunt the Judges were some time in reaching a decision Af ter due deliberation howev teycec1dedin favor of Charlie Haydon and Rickets Boulwre The music for the occasion was furnished by Miss Martins Music Class The entertainment was very creditable anl thoroughly enjoyed by a wpll filled house BontaMoran Jas S Moran was mar ltMryesterday afternoon to Miss MargipBonta at the home of the prides parents near Mt Ziob 5 E1r cr54 J AbsolUteSalel vf It uOF f Millinery Business cS IF- MilliperybusifleSs all goods in my oCloie out mY for sale at less than C st areno me Pattern Hati just few left ajless Si pW cot All Reayt Wand other U at yoOr price mtag Velwte Feathers Wings Cldine fdtSdenthilBarainL g4 A J Willie Kriofi 1 rw 2 I 1 a t TDPICSI + b Teeth exi tracted ivit- houtiPAJNor DANGER No charges g when pates tit are wanted 41 i iiI i iitI W VtSSTLLkRDDD s ilSpringfield Ky l n lJMJl kev 33 D Griffey performin l frThffr i school teacher of the county and ftt numbers net friends byr her ac i quaintances4Bbe is the dauVIi1 ter of Mr H B Bonta a promi I pent farmer while Tie groom is a soh of 4r am Mrs Will MoII ran and iis an industrious young I mIniBe is proprietor of the Acme Meat Market in this city i After a trip to Lexington they willreturn and make their home l in ISpringGeld l Means New Residences The lot sale on Lebanon Hill by Messrs Vaden Waters was K well attended and lots sold at good prices The 28 lots were all sold at prices averaging about 140 per lot The lots extend from Mr Ralph Hiskersons to ft the intersection of the Book a er pike with the Spring field and Lebanon pike The lots were bought by various c parties m iiaU of whom will build in the near future The addition will be valuable to the city and tliolotLallso1ireason ble so that all parties will be benefitted f Attention V I 1 The committee appointed tob improverhentsio ment of Ltfae Masonic Building will report to tire Lodge at itsbregular meetibg next Monday night Januarv 2nd 1911 and i ik c is desired that a fiIllidtjgndancew of the members oft he lodge be cpriin purpose off taking acilpn on the- nreport of the committee FBNoeWMb PERfONAL iin t v Mrs Jesse Rapier and claughm ter of Barj1stOsn1 are the guestt of her parents Mr and Mrs C blLaIMr and Mrs Hugh Lee Smith spent yesterday in Louisville Mrs William Curry of Louisville is the guestof her sister Mrs H1J Thompson i1Drdaughter arethe guests of friends t here Those from this place who at tended tbe funeral of Mr Geo E Medley were Mr Ben F Simms Mrs Ben SpaldingMrs C J HavdonMrs Saliie Simms I an1iss Stella Simms u Mrs Margaret Slaughter of Winchester is the guest of her 1 parents Mr and Mrs TJlt Graves Mr A L Jenkins and wife j spent the Xmas holidays with her parens Mr and Mrs G D Duncan Miss Hattie Rice Of D mville is the guest of fiiendsi here Messrs Tas andRodWnartonlt l spent Christmas with their parents here n O Mrs Jenrie Thompson ofp a bland ParK iiis visiting relo lives here this week Mr L A Blumstengel of t Louisville Ky is spending Xmas week with W C Dudgeon urthe county f Mr Rosco I man of Illinois is here this weekIl Mrs Wiliirtm Thompson of j Louisville is visiting her parents here j Miss Ejllenr Wathen svisitiqgj relatives in bwedsboTb Mrs ON Copper isi visrrig her brbtheratlBardstown Junction JiIAll persons knowing them- selveS indebted to the estate of J Ej Harmon Bankrupt will call on theundersignedor Jpseph Polio and settle same at once aSi itis n6bcessary tQ close up the busines at once W P Grigsby Trustee MANYFROMIr NENT PEOPLE t Have Passed to the Great Beyond During the Past Week t MEDhEYr No death that haCs occurred fctrsome ti ne has been tiS much qeorgefat his hoi ie in 0 wensbbr last Saturday n ornmg of hart failure 1jef people knew that Mr Medleys condition of HealthI has ben siir ouji for some time past but fyis lamily were aware his condition ylof W1tleMr Medley has for some time befen engaged in busi ness awa y from Springbeldj yet thefhis native county had for him but contrary to the general rule increased it For though he had sold his prcqerthere and purchased a beautifu home in the city of Owensboro yet the people of Washington county have never relinquished heir claim to him and his moot xcelf lent famifybui have regarded t him as ina special manner be longing to them acd they dwell with pleasure upon their recol lections Of thejf assbciatiops with him Born in this county on May O iso He was a son of Will MedIIpaternal and maternal side were among the most prominent set ersof the county and piigratedd tan early day from Maryland and Virginia Thrown ufon hisd own resources when a boy be auie of the death of his parents there are those in the CDunty who remember hima barefooted boy atiecding school at a little log schoolhouse on Shepherds Run There arethose who haye seen the lamp burning in hise room where loig after others m ad retired torpsthe was laying the foundation stones for what proved to bea most successful usineli career Again there jju are those who were associated mtnhoOClsand w character There are thoseyhoL i new him in bis jfife ho found in him all those Tioble which were mnate his very soul and last buti least there are those who knew him in his home thiJst ard and father where more than any plhfer place his ideal man hood revealed itself On November 9j 1875 teas arried tp Miss Isabel Simins o which union ten children rere orn As a husband ije wa ever c ttentiveS to his cwife and as a father very fond of his children MrJ Medley was very forxd ci his old home aqold companions and liked often to refer to his recollections of his native coun y ancLwiiHe his interests vere elsewhdre his lt art never ased to be iin Washington couqtydr CLEMENTS Mr Frank Clements died at iit his home near Predericktown on IJ st Sunday night of heart flf- e Mr Clements Was among the oldestcitlzeiis of the county having been tporn AugiUt 24 a 82U He was three timesmar riec his first marriage being to rUss Mary Ellen Giddens on danuiiry lllh 1853 and in 1881I to Ellen Nora Montgomery anD in418d6 to Miss Nannie Hrll who survives l Mr Clements was among the most preeminent older citizens tift the county He lived his entire fife in the Fred riclctown neigh d borhood and wAs reckoned one r the most substantial farmers fhis tim9A a man he was fearless in doing his duty and unswerving in his honesty He reareda large of children tfil of whnmare worth citizens and stand high in public estimation and who were creditable to Ijim jm his de dining years In addition to hiiwife he is svfrvVived by the i following children George lL Clements 8 Annie Picklev and Mrs Salfje M Johnson of Chicagd Messrs John and Ben Olements of Omaha Nebraska Mrs Mattie Sansberry and Sister Marv Domiuiciofpuis yule MrsGepvE Bdelen Mrs George Lear Mrs Ed psbourn arid Messrs RL and Benedict Clements of tbjs county and two brothers Messr George aj4 Robert rGTemfe and 65 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren Fun ral services and burial were conducted at S j RCSQ yesterday 1 TT Death visited tne home of M r1 Dave Key nei r Maoklrillfi Ky tUOklfr9mbJmLjjiura been aI longftionthst berculosis Mrs Key was a young woman haying just reach edber 25th year she was a daughter of William and Mary Gamden and was reared near Mackyille Aboujt three years ago she was married to Mr Key who with one small child sur fVIvesservlqes were conductt ed at Deep Creek Monday by Rev Hatchett REED Mrs KateReed died at tthe home tf her dan gh terj Mrs L A Burns on last Saturday morning after a llong illness orI cancer Mrs Reed was priori to her marriage a Miss WrikntI being a daughter of Ohal Wright She was 64 years of age and had spant the greater portion of ier life Washington County When quite young she was married to Mr Uriah Reed who preceded her to the grave several yearb ago They had two children one of1 whom Mrs L A Burns survives Mr Reed wa a good Christian woman and highly esteemed by a large circle of friends Funeral services were conducted Sunday after noon at Pleasant Grovsny RevII R EC Lawson and Rev W H Williams THOMPSON Mrs Cynthia A Thompson ied at tile home of her grand nightlDecember was 97 years Mrs Thompson vas born in Marion conuty ear Uay wick and prior to her mar riage to Mr Hilorv Thompson was a Miss Bowns She was ver an exemplary chrfetian vo anand wa51ghly regarded by both old add young jfcler dafg1i ter Mia Sallie E Mauinglyj didjjifivi weeks ago irom in rius indirectly caused by atsevere burn shereceivedvd shorto time before Funetfai rices ere conquclcd at Si Dominics Friday and burial 4n4 JLebanoRpus other relatives ghe is sur fiYIyedAugustine Mattinglj and Mr luWiiltrnkI1-I LAKE tThelin was saddened on last Thuhidayt by tbq death of hfs four months old son John Harrison Tbe child had been ill for some time but its death was not expected and came as a shock to the lam 0ychild and the pride of devoted parents Mr Reuben Mock was found ead In his room hOar Cleimont Tuesday morning The cause i of his death was unknown but is supposed to have been heart disease Mr Mock was 45 ye rsr old rand a son of Mr GeorgeR Mock and is well where he formerly conducted bladksmlth shop He leaves a l wife andseveral children t 9c1of Thanks v The wife nd l hlatet thank their friend for theIrtt many acti of kindness during t their recent bereaymenU f in illsii al1 eS7 ACardb I Have opened a meat Shop pppositeT D Tapps Livery table and am prepared tofur5p nish my customers with the best- ieatsof all kinds at the mosV i reasonable prices Your tIad is respectfully solicitedI G F Carpenter 1 Evety year a large number ofpqpr sufferers whose lungs are sore and rack with coughs PTC urged to go to another climate But this is costly and not a ways sure Theres a better way Let Dr Kings New Discoverp cure you at home It cured me oflking trouble writes W R Nelson of Calomine Ark when all else failed and I gained 47 pounds in weight Its surely the King ThOUSjanf Throat and Lung troubT iee4aidJ l00j Trial bottle free afcHaydpn be i rt on i J FOR 30 MIS r i v We are offering Big Reductions II t J iiI iL + i i Suits and Cloaks j 1iaIiEs j t vj Mens Sui1snd OvercoatsJ H I i I irJMens Ladies and Childrens J Hosiery Gloves Knit S arfsJ and Shawls Fascinators Auto Veils and Scarfs r r r I A Jnst receiyed beautifulI assort Imerit of linen pies towelsl I tablecinens andnapkins4 I handkerchiefs hard bgs 1at plnsan4IP Novelties Si I I No Trouble to Shows Goods1lferer = Theobertson JJI044 j C1ybrook CO-I l INCORPORATED ft 1Li 1 TWO KILLINGS CountyIt Two difficulties rII seriously in the county nIIofnII colored man vhs trilled Thin particulars of the first ght according to 3rlr Lutuer ewi the man who lid thu kill g an1 Yonnding are that be yas proceeding along the Bpiisii Grove plIeon Sunday afternoon wtien he was attacked by the two Bishops and MilbUrn that he hen watit to his home and tpk hia shotgun returned aort h same road when the three again attacked him That they chased him a considerible distance alopg the road when he turned and began firing killing has Bishopi and wounding his brother apd shooting off the haud of Milburn nexLthy and urreuderecT His ex alOinlD trial has been set for Friday The other killing was that of Bob Beaven by Ike Cooper lqOlb colored Beavan lived on the arm of George Lear and Cooper as a tenant on the fares of Mr W CJementSi According to Coo er Bavea came to his house about 2 oclock Sunday morning add broke in that he hit him over the head with a SLick of stove wooJ breaking the stick that a scuffle ensued in which lie clubbed Beaven with another stick and then threw ini OUI of the doOr where he layuntil he called in the neigh tjorswhen lie learned who the manias He thentopk the man into his frouse where he remain d untilijhcirtlilfcd Sunday night Cooper gave himself uppthe next day buts hia jexamining trifl LS nofeyet bee fheld i Hunters NOtice lTne u nd tsi uednattfy all ersOns thatnO huntingiiibe alloyedm on their lands ifil pJHNally C Parrott Brosx C J HaydoD i MrsWatt OJrs r Mrs Will Rineyi vG Gruidy P S Barber 4 Dandy Building Lots For Sale t n Streets and Sidewaci l ready made RighL the beet part of Spr Main1 and Co H Aye risee oEIrN1 l18M jppQsO Kt eettYleooTiSTROUSE a BROS BAUTIWOMK WE t rwe mean all just wool only wool HighArt Crpt6M r ate cotton ofbnttotf ejp any oher sand you detect a tivMjf 1 r ryre is the foundation agood suit the superstructure Our Moderate 5 prices the roof though theyieep down parlorxfloor you HighArt Clothe youre in safe deposit vault Of inte rity The makers bond their furies linings trimmings tailoring SfljhAt Suits 15 30 Art OCts aso show and OvercaU to 200 Special 1 1T l iOi 4 I UO4r f i I DI8CKUNT CASH 0 5r 44I i ttam w ds Xm S remaEkable prices anH ghrhi 5rcent cNtt ftroiii on aIIgoods costing from 11up J z Jr v J 711SThese Breeching are all made qf Ifeather Nopfr tcfokfiling in them trr WAGON LINES lluidei6 feet Iprig ew diBd riCtedr i Imcn Lines ttL i tfl L8 inch Lines j JI WORK BRIDLES per pair l flW 52 r I1- These Bridles all have good large Wind ifiMiTy from a No Heathen rf 4J atf tt BELLY BArDS A It mch de b t lper palr Uinh wide k c Z inches per pair i L BACK BANDS with snaps and heauy fcf i GOOD SOLID 11NCH HAME STRAPS 2 for JII tj I riIIfIa big bargainS c 112PairHamesChains extra heavy 12 Collarsl Set of Bz5ecchin all Ie tii S = tJ3 ly Bands solid Ieatb r =5 1 Pair Lines feet ICngI 5 4 5rnr JiIITofalJ 1IDiscounti Total 4 lv J f IS- J 1 pair Tagsels Jj 4 napS extra 5 E q ToW I rI iiICIC iil WiII make complete for Now jSyou opportunity iosave m set 4OU we have them heavier witaprices In proportion doesnt writ tl BUGGY HARNESS set many styles t tiI give free with each seta Harness pad 1snaps for backing straps and lines t HARNESS OIL tiiebestton the market per pUoi 2 while it lasts for onlyi w 1 t5 i have the most complete 1ieof Rartiis Good I Washingtin county alFand seefetvoiireIft hown jD Can J Kilt II IJ t J ltirIr ii t m wI f thit bill I cant account for LadOh thats Jupt in S9tSFi1J apolo gized the waiter tyft the oMt Jer and 1have prWftlt hid nAt dwty air yr What doju Biean about a betr n8 j 50 cenlg wiIee the mistake and he Nt youldatso Iw1nalrI I hadut noUceIt7 elI aM his wrOte stew UJMC W ft a of diibIlI f01Wlt P sdftI it cAsbter to 5tkk waiter T 5SThtioritfirSH 4IUMtIIi tIt r at4 1Tti bet 3 i t eba- thu lOC baik yirIt sP AJt4 I WHEN y SAY I WOOL woolv KMl not mixed fiXed Castsbep of kind ofe9eslcant o- rsdofottou wool tforovercoat HighArtfitaikrinc is are on the When buy a and wiW honor ti Wh We a9W1inepf Kitklt 750 SI values FOR offerinrny liarsac an Mir cwt JL WI 1 perpa1rowide good i Trace i L sss the outfit J 16bti neYIfthis tlj iid115OS4 1 Itckjrdan ever If Gee Beg cIlsr4kh I Y- ShomOBaptst 45fliuLt1TIq htttrlYWalter a bet 4etaIn1ng4nWell IrOi1 ebon14e4 III75c 7 r IT1t lMf h4ie F t eiCaJciMFiIl i whweAstutt4rlay fJa LsLowBroeigb It 4b p yottM hwL JUOerMCt 5r litt M4d wsy- o Cl ll 7 1tlIL14a7 MMHtk i- 1rJtWlrJ1M procto St1 4o t h tev eouM bar aAJl JW uLk1 jr w p UjiitjPaiw t 0IIIIDnda Y wort r1 r t Lss1 I 1r r iwTjji 1 I 7 I I1iPtIC i t fM w i NSS d TrJ A IIV 0 oa tee iV it- Oag t V y kd t 1I akow uc suib sS j iojuap 4 k 4 iMi1JaI an I at arms gtk IT JatM ttouca e n uIIpI t t1cfewJ M1HtIr el tl peig tN1ig loon Jit the top a feMlit M thai tWt ed may t bi i iirsd iaU MUSM with ease The I lietsem is cut out oa Ittro yslies la a JuOtclrete so as to allow tae feed to Jt EOWfrOtbitub41Motrougkl It fIs 5 thus aa easy auatter to place tkls tulpt la tlw trsmgm dump 1m Ute feedad kk tM Ittt oatrtae tube tkut avoiding all aatacoaktjc feeUmfs fcetweem the feeder aa4 tH yorksrs i SEcOND iROWTH OF CLOVER c ExOIntpL rfft ki Lamba ffPuton- TW P ILati In FIIRa- 4f IS IIs Cp Fsraf 1 r TAancmBLti WHIT i Tkere k aa exoeUeat profit In pis Mbk aa seeoad growth IJ Wo aVoalfeMa the faU elOVerj IIiIii tthe ii ea riJa ratioas 4 IIiIiIc eeisvjbe a4e oa good pasture M lew ags at apOIIR this 4that Is eheapfee4lig Sr JaM eu M ka4 at reasom ab ti fdea Ttajr earn be tuniet ilte very 1so4 prom M all ot the farms thatt hare clover pastare or alfalfa If put oil s4eoa4 growth eloya1oBcI te 1MeA pwt or e ermutlis ad tMafet alfalfa aa4 corn o alfalfa alHetM7 aao5il4 jut on 1 frem 44 U M po B4s before going to srktIUlelf Iaml4 halt second crop clever for seed or leave ft for other U k 4iiri1glMfalI ant early winter matliis TlMre Is certalmly mor jswe 7 pMtarkc laaaba than In- peconaI4iri te kept for winter pasture About fealtie tatee k Ilot vfAYYi STEERPNIZE WINNER t H tfcftV NMwn In Illuitratlon Wstghsd 170 Pounds When Only TWeTrOI 1 ttTH Hereford steer shown In the L iMbMk weighed 1470 pounds at two t e1A Fine Herefor Steer jp1f li our Wke showa at the Inter r atlOI1a1 Live Stock Show he only won Wrd prize becajbe was a little over1 iiit aBd Ualpearaace was spmewha- ViapJ But lie was a magnlflcekr- gpecBemjJtnae Hereford r I Water fir Heft Tke bog tat k not properly water 4 4 becoeaYo much constipated FY whlch l tile forerunner to many r tV troubles aad 4leeaeaal 8It thereforet J aids in kftwtarftfibowek lathe rllit11to preyet consUpa t tIoikik1e ole e the relentless 1545 at feeder sad+ tIM must be guard t Watast at aH UBMS be hog says Ii sjiriaeaega wn supplied with aaer fa IHUes for stcurlac al all havelIf assess te it wltfee t spooling It IfkaWae nab from the stock t fcaatafri ar a properly prepared chate J mti eaa be svyfUsd with pure water In tacteaa state While to quench bis waterrg IH1riU K ae to eaatfclled tohe greatly pre s ers Ite have R eleaa and pure jJ i 1 111Tbs iiJS Arl I WMkMtf ky OtBrWirk 1wUky Xiteeys Make Imp refilleo Weak a d mbealthy kidneys are rw uoMiblefOrmackMckneesandafferiasr a4d You to foUow Yoar need at your kic neys xneet because they dp most and attention first Tkeref ore when ehId f yer kidneys art ftretk ec out of order 1riririt yoMt cakasJtofsUadlbryucklyjcor en A1lr body is elected and how every orgaa beginII J ocr iiupeit snerit- tt aild nabnmediat effect off tt Reot great kidiey nJNIiie4 ig toon realized It 311k the bIghebecauee Hs remarkable r restociv properties have been F 1 ibonaandlef uemoetc1 t4g If yciiaeed a alediiiin yptt should tI rtwe in Oycentandoneds Y hs may 1t a elaple bottis mUfreeaIsoainsphIttte1ling yen Itroa1oqi orpMitentiOll1It sttOMSiftve tiN tyJJ r 1 Bll NGU P UfE l 1HATff WHAT XXRL PERCYS jfcMOYTNQ AMOUNTED T6 N 1InHad OMj Oft 9t eq Fyrntturs fir Alt tM7g3 ief fthlNK WhcH Hs Occupied t XMt 06 uPercytates were so eels totettat1 la the north commerce wtt already so far developed and UM sari alsjwtlf was sq often absent ea SMsiasssot state thAt his house anylpertotfeal l ratlpi from Wresslll to IlAekiaAe 14 ant back a distance of fIltUnptllt1enlike SHMdlfr MM had only one set of movables for all his residences nail as surviving documents testify he needed a far greater train for these periodical journeys than for the con tinf flt of 528 men at whose head he served In the Jrelf Campaign lnt 1613 Only the heaviest articles were permanent fixtures all else must be tramsported bedchalr tables Jdtcfcen utensils hangings for Moors U4waIl4t and eyea glass casements Ior the wladows This book throws a althel1Keklnl partialIt when my lori kept Ws secret ilsmlsslig the majority of his serv ants lo live on board wages in the village and retiring to a corner of his own castle for some such ape proach to the IIJBp e life as his mo4 sri descendant might enjoy a High land shooting box The general mi grations when they came followed a strict routine each man had his specified share of fort eu and vehicle for himself and bis belongings A single paragraph will shOw not only loW carefully everything was organized beforehand but also wpat may be more unfamlliafc to some readers the very primitive sleeping rrangements which were common In the middle ages Item it is ordained at every removal that the dean sub isinrIQelB gentlemen and children ofmy lords chapel with the yeoman and groom of the vestry shall have appointed them two carriages at every removal vlft one for their beds viz for SpriNts 8 beds after 2 to a bed for 10 gentlemen of the chapel 6 Beds after 2 to a bed and for I children 2 beds after 3 to a bed and a bed for the yeomen and groom Out of all the officers on these occa sions high and low six only had a bed to themselves and notions of the eight migratory priests was among these privileged feyWe find even the sixth earl addressing his relative Thomas Arundel as bed fellow for they had been servants together In Wplseys stately house hold Harpers Magazine 1AllMustaches have been made compul sory in the Austrian army or rather an old ordinance has been revived by r a rescript from the war ministry it la said on1 the personal wish of Em peror Francis Joseph The original compulsory mustache order dates from before 1848 and its author was General Cdunt 3yulal the successbr of the famous Radetzkyin the war with the Italian states who himself possessed an Immense flowing mus tach and who wanted every man ID the army to grow one too The new order at the same time upholds the exclusive privilege enjoyed by the Wlndlschgratz regiment of dragoons which distinguished itself In the bat tie of Kolln where Frederick the Great was defeated in 1767 in memory of whichl they were allowed to shave Since then there has not been a mus tech lathe regiment pyal Poets of Great jSrltaln 4ar the most famous and the SOpt our royal poets was James I fs jScotland While a prisoner in W4ndsijr Castle he composed his al legory The Kings Quhair It owed Its origin to James Jove for Lady Janes Beaufort rtbeaullf young lady nearly allied to the royal family and of whom he became enamored by seeing her from the wind w of his room as she walked In the garden 1 She afterward became his queen Queen EHzabjrth Wrote poems In prison The unfortunate Lady Jane Grey and her equally unfortunate cousin Mary Queen of Scots both solaced their hfiurs of captivity tIe stined to end on the scaffold by learded studleLfPol Weekly H i1PIce for the Wolf New Yorkers are not really the ex travagant and ostentatious lot theyre bilnaHere Mr Schwab smiled Why even in Flfth avenue there Iis many a family that will have the wolf at the door this winter only for the sake of appearances theyll coax him round to the back i End of a Glorious Career CAptain Cook bad discovered the Sandwich Islands want you to understand distinct ly though he said to the natives that Im not the doctor On the occasion of a subsequent visit there however the natives hay ing heard from Copenhagen in the dthidvantagekotIXf Importance of Water 4jTith the thought In mind that water is by far the chief element entering IntpSihe composition Of an egg is It any winder that the water suIply for the pouxry should receive the most careful atiptlon first last and all tbo time In fwater composes such a very large Pcent of all poultry livestock and dalrVjjjroducts that no InItelllgeat farmer cva jt0rd to overlook the smallest detatIn rgard- alaUneu tllifreshncsSurItyivci lay 4m the year eTeV kour Ii the- day 4M In C s s f ln lf et WWm esiiom k swfi- fc anlmil c ppd and Ks ta by vEVER FORGOT HIS START ChIck Frater Veteran Pitcher Tells eq Early Career Teek Great CarefArm FPIAEPICopyr1ght BowiesItago I scarcely remember when I started but startIpitching baseball mappedaa atf ex pertlccountantIea Bqyaleaguestrongbutbiggeiboystheteama chance against them In strength so deter IsateY1el7uawhowj myfjthe things rbracedintheachancecouldpitchany pitcher he had and blade hedecided 1wasdnyslaterthepitchingrealIzedthingsfortakegood care tmyt onstudying thepostUonplayerswhogame out seems to mrf that half of those I have seen tried afad seen sent back as taIl theythoughtasthefgotstoppderoughtest1tofast asaIrsmartchlefiYbecause I studied and me learntYthlngrs IhDY mind I worked as neglectedthemassage never a hard one and light vibrations Then too I heavy flannels and pltched1nI IIbefore a PIne IalIwayscban ed to dry warm flannels before sitting on the bench and in that way avoided caching cold or having the arm sUttenppon e IHaving made fthe start successfully I worked harder than ever and when my arm finally began to weaken a bit I studied out a new system of slants and used that I adopted everything Charles ChlcH Fraser new that came Into the game and applied It to mistyle ot pitching t think this constant study of the game and constant care of the armadded many years to my active service ATTACK RACING IN MARYLAND BaltImore Presbyterian Synod D Legislation Prohibiting ImndBookmaklng at Tracks prohibiting bookmajiing at rtce tracks In Marylaudvjs deiqand ed In a resolution adopted unani mously by the Baltimore Presbyterian synod at Its annual meeting the other day The synod Is made up of clergy men of that denomination In Mary land and9 the District of Columbia 5fhe legislature Is also called upon toI enact a law making illegal the pub 1Hcationotthe races by the newspapers of the state No legislative action can be had howeyer for moro than a year as the Maryland general assembly does not meet until January 1912 T In tnoarrgg The shades of evening were falling The dim electric lights feebly strove to pierce the gloom that ver shadowed the platform of the elevated loop station There was no crowda most unusual happening and the young man and young woman who were In the darkest spot close together and busily conversing had the platform almost to themselves Impulsively she leaned nearer wipa swift motion she put her arms around his neck and At this precise moment the man on the west platform directly opposite who hadbecpi idly watching the pair turnedhls head and looked the other buelnasifTheI assure those two young persons that the man saw nothing except what Is here trpthfully set forth Wharthe World Lost It was the worst calamity that ever happened to me sighed the 1wo1 fJlssre the wind t JlJ t a bUXIID ihams tilatwas mtM Tta tr You Can Work Near a Window usually 43 The 011 Heater quickly The Perfection Oil has an automaticlocking flame spreader which prevents the wick from b lng turned high enough to smoke and iis easy to and drop so the can be quickly cleaned The burner or gallery cannot become and can be unscrewed in instant The Perfection Oil Heater finished in Japan Dealers SfaytfJitrel not ot youirj write far dtserktat drmlar to the nearest agency of tin Standard Oil Company 11111j EYES OF THE WOMEN They tjjave Extraordinary Faculty for teeing Many Things and In Every Detail TklngI Women have the most extraordinary manythingsdetail of a perswia remembdMvet and personal appear color of the mere glimpse ThltI power is rare with men In general though some have cultivated It The wOnenlhoweverwho fort take away the most vivid Itopres- slpha of people they have traveled with for a short time only end have never spoken to or of people they have tby chance In the street 4theyd all depends on theju Woman Is the r custfl ned any Double uqexpressed that is mak1nn7on4 unhappy More delicately balanced more sensitive than man her nature recefyes 4m pressons which ithose Qf 41ttQr nnt perhaps poafBfe fiber woUld sffi plyhave notMlstencV Her Intuition ta JrheSentry how clearly how truthfully they look out on life How pleasant ly on those they guardfHappy the homes that dwell in peace and security beneath the lloving care of a true eyes IjT HOW ROGERS GOT HIS START Famous Sculptor When Voting Dry Good Cricatur daybyan amusing caricature of himself done In fGoodexcellent Who did lU A young salesman at the linen counter He It as you passed the ptherf morning I man aged to get It from him and now hes scared stiff for fearj ypuU ate It was the laughlng reply JfScared Uff la pr sld Mr Stew art with a twinkle la Jeye Just send him to me will you A little later a slim youth entered Mr Stewarts private office and said he understood be had been sent for Yes said Mr Stewart gravely and holding up the sketch asked Did you this The lad grew pale and stammered II beg your pardon slrIt wasonly a bit of tunI meant no offense t YOUlllhavel andIIm only joking Your sketches ex cellent q as It would bea sin to keep a man of your artistic talent be hind aE1eP counter i propose to sup ply you with the means to study arto Mr Stewarts proposition was grate fully accepted and was thus that John R Rogers the sculptoriAbfgaa lila artistic career Lord Bronjjhamt Oratory We have no orator In the least like lord Brougham since the close of Broughams public career EVef th that nature could do so far as IngI pearance manner and voice were cerned she had done to prevent him from being a great orator and yet a great orator he undoubtedly was I wonder what the house of lords Just now would think of a peer who ges ticulated and bellowed as Brougham was in tho habit of doing But It was Impossible to listen to Brougham and ofblsby the sudden whirl and eddy of his rapid Illustrations and by the longer thd horter atetches of quietude and repose into whfch his argument occasionally flowed Frony Justin Me Carthys Remlniscenses Hels Still Inquiring Fourteen years ago whjen Thoma- slCooperllving qn a farm1 two miles from Lexington Mich was thirteen years old he began walking into the town every day and asking for mail at the post office Thomas is How twenty seven years old and he has not missed one single week day In all those years Regularly every morning has taken the fourmile walk and heiis still at It It may also be stated that he has sot up to this date received a single rft tr sHtMtl not discouraged He believes one will come for aSp seae day even if It Is only a iiuuibir IeV w i J 7 i f in winter when have a Perfec tion Oil Heater It is a portable radiator which can be moved toI any part of a room or to any ina house When you have ac jJtFECT1oN AWrtly IItkN miiJrka you do not have to work close to the stOves which is far from the youwishdull winter days in the full light near to1thePerfection thefontI TheJillercapThIsheaterHeater remove back wick body wedged an for rewickingj is or yetlightII f QUICK Wllhlnlt womans I scratched off do an It he you room IPQIDirrnll1 HIGet all tbje fot the scratching iens We need new breeds when the are better than the ones we have Lice prevent hens frdfii laying and young chicks from thriving Milkfed chicks have become a standard fancy meat product on some city produce markets If you have any little potatoes the hens can mate goo4 use of them Doll them up soft and feed a ration now and then The run of stuff to market these days Is made up nnostly of old hens and venerable roosters Start the Incubators for the early broilers provided you have a suitable place to rear the youngsters The Aprilhatched pullets should now be laying They certainly are if they have been glen the proper feed and cafe V to allow the 1youngand the cockerels should be separated from the pullets In some places chickens are put chased confined and finished for market on milk and ground feeds the milk constituting the larger portion the diet otI Lore begin to coddle our hens with the first whiff of frosty weather That softens them and makes them tender for the real cold that II com Inc li Was Bashfulness A school teacher In a town in Ba varla has been arrested for a singular offense He caugjit a boy of tout teen and a girl two years younger whispering during school hours and he made them sit In the same seat with their arms tied together Both were so bashful that they finally faint ed away and their parents had the teacher arrested for cruelty The case tiasnt been tried yet but it is safe to say tltt nothing will be done to the teacher Why They MarrlclHutlly Mildred They were j married ta haste I understand Eleanor Tes They had engaged a kequeite41tho 11ftoo to Teaoh Girl Cooking Practlcal education of her niece in eluding cookery drawing and cut ting suggested in the will of Elizabeth Maria Benham of No 104 Eat Thirtysixth street filed for in the surrogates ofljce probateI bequest of 400 to be used education of the niece is provided by the wilL The niece Is Lllla Elizabeth DfeT man of 35 Mount Morris Park West On her majority she Is also to receive under the will 2000 and a life inter eat in 8000 more the Income of which is to be tree from any debts or control of any husband The testatrixs mother Mrs Ells abeth A Benham has a life Interest In the residuary estate Atfcer death Is to be divided betweeDLthe testa trixs brother Capt Hen iy Hill Ben 11FrederickI Beam died OC OakJud N i bJI NURSING MOTHERS erjfectsSooth Emulsion in a veryshqrtiime It not only builds her up but enriches the mothers milk and properly nourishes the child Nearly all mothers who nurse their children should take this spljendid foody tonic not only to keep up their own strength but to prpperly nourish their children a i JoB SAiB BY ALL DBUGaiBTSI sees Mk BHM ft Nera4 i tot etbMmUNI Jktt i MkM 4 CUMi WteiekBeek z 1Mk ou4Iekey 9COTT BOWMd eet MrI Jt Nut Ywk tJf j t 1 Pf 7i r MISS QAZCAir DISCOVERS AND WEDS SWEETHEART Lad new the ore of peace has come to rest on beautiful Marble Mansions at Corn wall OB the Hud son where dwells she who until the other day was Antoinette Qazzam the 3 000000 heiress who has long soul searched l mate for herf quest has ended all worry and disap pointment are over for the Ideal cernI panlon has been discovered In the per son of Charles B Galvin aIf employea of New York city who Is engaged on the aqueduct and says he is a civil engineer Miss Oazzm and her soul aate were united In marriage The bide who Is still a young won an has mlready beenJb tbeJimellghl brought slnto publicity by the resulls of an earlier searchfor a spirit affin ity When a yoirag girl she became Interested In the psychologic and this Interest was Increased by the death of her mother Reaching womanhood d she decided that the astral bodies should point out her true soul mate and thenceforth the hunt was on But the way was not to be smooth Going west to Los Angeles she consulted a psychic clairvoyant ilarshall Clarkl ptoyethatsoul longings JAIl might h ye been well If Mrs Marshall Clark had not been thrown on the screen btit her appearance was the signal for a mov big picture show in which Miss zsam was the puppet thrown around by the Infuriated wife Still MIss Qazzam was not con vinced that the astral bodies had made a mistake Clark started for Reno togeta divorce but before go lug he queered himself by declaring that at last he had the right pig by the tail Not MlssV Qazzam then and there deeMed she was not prefles jtlned for Clark and returned to her home sadder but much wiser Quick ly Sirs Clark marshaled her forces andbrought suit for 150tOOO for the alienation of her husbinds affections Less than a year ago Miss Cfazzam settled the leby paVlrig 25000 to sooth the wounded wile who In turn wore hot to sue for divorce not to prosecute the deludedrafflnjty search er furthers and that Miss Qazzama relations with the cl lrvoyant had been quite proper The first chapter ended thus As to how she Decamp acquainted with Mr G lvt1and iHecoverecl In him her real soul mat the bride refuses to state though she declares It Is really very romantic The soul afBnltr Is deBcribed as a simpleining tho app ritnco of a very practi cal person Miss Gazzams father once ar state senator lIn Pennsylvania ungtwomanwho died a fewtyears ago after hay ing obtained a divorce The Ideally matched couple will havera honeymoon tour including Philadelphia Bal more and Washington after which they will tour Europe CIVIL WAR VETERANWHO HEADS MILITIA OF IDAHO ot ITheed a wise ex pedient to place at the head of the state militia men whose trafnejl army experience fit them to jump into the saddle at any moment In the event of mob tllslurbancea or factional fights that are HaWe to at any time break out and gdt beyond the power ofj the police The state imilltia or National Guard Is a vital clvllmllltary arm of the people says Human Life standing for law and order between the peaceful civilian and mob rule Brig Gen A M Rowe who holds the title of adjutant general of Idaho Is o eof the old guard who respond ing to the flrat call of Lincoln In 4861 fought through the Civil war from Its very beginning until the last bugle callAlost t of his service was In the Army of the Cumberland and he par ticipated In the battles of Shlloh per ryville Stone River Liberty Gap Chlckamauga Chattanooga Rocky face Ridge1 alid Resaca be oomlng jotally dlsablod his Vlghtarm being permanently disabled by a shel wound in the last fight Before enlisting In the war Mr Rowo was a school teacher In Portage county Ohio and having given four years to his country he again took uP his study and entered the preparatory department of Oberlln college Ober Un 0 HayIng graduated Mr Rowe agate took up hs favorite profession and for many years continued In edu cational work as principal In the high school at SteubenyHle O as superintendent of schools ajt Huron S D and es superintendent of the school at Little Falls Minn andlFayette and McCammont Idahb Mr Rowe was chalrmanof the department of graded schools and academies of South Dako tas educational exhibit at the Worlds fair at Chicago During these years of educ acttvity bo was an en ssUiuslastIc worker In the Grand Arnx i l theepublicr 4 Sure Enough Te4herNamQ the jflye senses Tommy Toffin 4 Bright Pupil Nickels and hair dimes l C Costly Perk Pork Is pretty hlgh tot poor mans food But a couple of pigs could be bought and fattened on tho wastes on many small places Government Studying the Muskrat Since the ladles of the land have so generally decreed that furs must be worn in the winter Beaspn even the despised muskrat Is being watched and studiedl and marshlands are being cul tivated for his sustenance and home building Muskrat trapping has for some years p4at been a profitable occupation among owners of such lands In various parts of the country and the skins sold to furriers aid dyers are splendidly dyed drewei anl mad ng to Imitate toUr furs TW soy- erimset experts are sow stut iaca devtlftc way ot savtefc UM vwkra NUa aialnL J i2 iIJIi ipEcENp1I io4 PsDgskntkerflIflcssandsContInsin OtMorplii iwrrt- NOTNAR4OTIC 3 i atilmdcli72TIhT2th 4frnw ctasa7s 2tO JIviv- kperectRendyfocCpi1l u 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