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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mSTABUSMED I W183 I r I4xYI1NO1II KEHTU I PEI S its ki ThM hfares 4f City F bitamt Strangers H TfMM Cwft ef Little People s i W It Wearing AWay In fCtieshopperfTI Cfcley Tofatfcoma is very tEuro 1o4z3s ae4 i bland In some 4Ia741 could easily Imagine your hi ay western city were It not glr tke whirlinf JInrlkishas and the I tve te kil oa iiMiya a Yokohama L tetJledet et- ikd to beIieo thaty Ht H rears ago Commod r 1okobang an Insigulfi t l hl r Tillage In thpsa days Jaaas across the bay was the tnalniir beiivt forors and the armed 1t4 twLI of tie Dalalyos ussfng to and f fttMi the capital were to1 bei appro lie 4eil Yokohama was brought into Kjw foreground StMtacli of Yokohama Is of couree truly Japanese and we reveled In itho Ifwimt shop on the Mbtdmachi 4 Tirher there are no sidewalks and L life go e on In true native fashion There Jn the eilk atorea we eat on Mitte4 floors to exaraitfT the good- ayjirw eed for our Inspection With 4 theforer the Many quaint contrivances YJ One night very other week the MotOMachl JshrilllanUy lighted with v itrange lltile lanterno andthe passing throigs carry others ao that the 1feet from The distance Is entrancing arrangeddf wyhl without kjannoylng the sales dwarfil l t lntth1r Mouths stuffed full of spun u mriythB candymaker who brin f tied wte pride when we tarried i ng pottedIgayAubbubone out to enjoy life laughing amll nudgh and seNDing sandaled feet Oil Bentondorl our hands ran to tranULsfascipa thefe r At j tjHiiirerwere spown ihe moet rBu eid iroklcrles and it was Hfti io hmki a selection as we want 4 ailof lkem Nozawaas i a mod IuIULa1gapd cur inops drive one distracted Wonder Jul bits of old Imarl cabinet pieces too precious for nomads like ourselves 4 and old daggers and Dalmyo hats r4c temjpted us on every aide j vWg silk store on Honchodori i L the proprietor and his little wife bow q j Vojp4 consideration for them There Is Jiomething very charming about the tt Oldtime courtesy ot these little peo S1e add ie Is sorryto see it weari away lathe seacoast towns where we tlearned to despise the stamp of mod erhlsm ia Japan Like Jnqst people v who sprjng suddenb Info prominence 1 vi they are becomlng arrcgant and snow IY Ing an overpowering sense of theirrVi t own importance and a vanity not at all In proportion to their size Tour lets are doubtless largely responsible f Li1s for thIs Their mariners shock even1 our nardened western sense of pro priety and to the courteous gentle mannered native their brusque ways l and 1oid voices their harsh com r mnts and loud laughter must strike home painfully There Is not much sightseeing to be- tr Sne lnTokohama the rile to Mist 8lFs1pplbayr to Mikusus porcelarn factory and to the little tea hpnse on y athe bluff which is reached by ascend r ing 100 steps and is hallowed by the thcsstreet bights the shops and the dm 4 rff forts of living which hold the visitor t in Tokohama q During our stay ive had three Jjjd ri JL eou g days and nights to live througV during a Buddhist feast whoa ujTanc jdown tbe native streets ran crowds oJ frotfght boys fancifully attired carry A Ipls Josses on long poles nd scream jJnJfVand beatljng tomtoms and niaklnj v Qlfe a burden facvory One In the v neighborhood We were told that no 1 jjollcenjan would dare tn stop their vblJn fliey carried Josses and In con peJiUbiTe they sometimes became dan t gerously excited and do all sorts of 44wIld things L v 4 MOTEE TO SCHOOL Court Pules Care of Baby Is NO Ex 6Mse tor DjsobeylngjCpmpulsory I Education Law i Orange Nl iNot oven the cares rI of motherhood are sufficient excuse for dlobeylng tli4conrpulsory educ- aj lion lawst Neti JiWsey which require all hfldren o attend schpol un oldkjt the case of Mrs Angel jVIrglllo who F was arrested by tho train laofflcer for Bqtxtten ing chool vjMrs Vlrgllio admitted that she was I only fifteen years of age but declared I tit iisumch as she was the mother oa eUlifc e could not spare the tl tpgol to school I Te OUSt uspendlrig jsenlence tern poriullyj told ber 1itebe must obey the law ead attend achooL 4i Jtakenldfltlty a fr yM to put It mildly a Mi when heWas giving 2gwta acqounta of tie flne jtoMay he hat bai In Paris Brown lIpect4i that the Terclous Smlfklns kt lbasi no furtlMf tkui Polkestone jftmt ay iO however 1IMM wbat40 yew think Bmlfklns MMM dl wu strolling along is aIte apal I Mca fbr 7ra came op juid I iir1uno old ebap W that yoiM A W ItT Mk d Brown Idea t A TT- V YJANUiY5IfflI LEBANON LdfeALS From the Falcons 1 Charles Robert son 0fMr Len Miidd who lives on the Cis sells river pjkej while experi menting with a coal of firo nd a bottle of powder exploded the latter and was badly burned about the face and eyes Monday His eyes are in a very serious condition but tberg is bops UHt hiS sight wflTn t be inateriallyy datiag d t Mr JL gan Bean a highly re spcted and substantial farmer 80 yearn of age died a his hornet ng fo1Iowrn an iInss o- fBnigbt4o se Te funrti services were conducted yester day moruin by Rev Father Pike ati St Charles church and interment wis in hsecemeteryj there Deceased is aurViv d byij his wife a4ri eight grown child yen who haVe the sympithy of their many friends The residence of Mri S Ai Russell about mils from IhtL citv limit was damaged by firef Wednesday afternoon The firej was discovered by Mrs KasseH who rang the farm bell for b employes on the farm and tele phoned the Jfebanon fire depart jl ment The departmebt and a numoer of cltizpfas quickly arrj riyed and extinguished tb4 flames which on account of the metal roof of the building gained head way slowly The loss is about 1000 and is coyeij edbyfnsuranceS Sister Anna Mary o membeit 6f the older of Sisters of Charir ty tiled suddenly of heart iron ble in Cincinnati Thursday of last week Before enterinxg the convent she vias Miss Anna uVIc ter dughter of 4ther lute FelizMe4tee of thlsCi y ndl sister of Mr Wutt McAte v whoae death ocoiirVed last Molj day j v fKw 4lfcia Mr Walter W McAteediea t his home pear the Spaldinkfori bridge Monday morning Mv McAtee bad been in poor healtli since he suffered a stroke cf paraly w overawo years ago and whsn news cfime of the suddqn death of his only sister Sr Anna Mary in Cincinnati hjs condition grew rapidly worse leah resulted ni a few hours Mr McAtee was a son of the late Felix McAleeT and was 48 Yrs 6f age Saves Two l fves INeither my sister j nor my self might be living today if it had not been for Dr Kings New Discovery writes D McDonald of Fayetjtc yule N jEt D No 8 for we both had frightful coughs that no otjfer remedy could help We were toW my sister had cpnsumptinot She was very weak and hap night sweats but your wonderful medicine com pletely curM Us l oth Its tie best I ever Hs d or heard of For sore iunfrs coughs colds hejnprrh gela grippe astbpa thay feyer croup whooping ijou brall bronchi tron blesits supreme Trial bottle sree 50c and 100 Guaranteed by Hay don Robertson ThreeFires ie east ek Other Ithan the fire att the rjome of S Rqssell Wednesday afternoon twO small Hies oc curred the pist week An alarm was sent in from the iresi lence pf Johif Barr J on West Maini street last Friday morning hut the blaze wis ex imyuisbed before the depart ment arrived Th daina a done was small The second alartn was sent in from the home pfTj A Mattingly on Eat MaiV r treet Monday afterpocn In some mairaer presumably from a defective fluptha ut auglit fir fTh flames however were extinguished before the irrival f the depir raenfr Irhe l5ssi it s thought will not excejd75 An unusual incident cot nected with this tire is that the itymes were discovereid by the breman on the it coming train Irora Greer sbnrg who jumpe from the engine and ran to the house and gave t4 a arm Labanou Enterprisifc CASTORIAIiits and ChIldIpn DkvDfilMiii Haw AlwayslBougM Bear the Slgnatuio bf r jNew rVayl to foform EulpVits Stanford has one of the best police judfje in ihe stale in Judge Jack Menefee He IS determined to make the way of the tran resors so hard that they will live in dread of his courts or omj mouths a nesrov bas been bftiugfit into court evelcIargeci with dtjvilmen a sonce kind JuUge Menefeei placed fine upon fine aad finally ordered the pojce ro give the coon a jjjod AvliFpping The police were a jlittle shy on their authority to do so and re fused Not to be outdone in hj jf uirn txt time he WeJS in court the thriving would be forth omitg nolwithsiarding the pommerit as to his authority The other day the negro wag brought upis qsual and th judge hard the cse At the conclusion ot the testimony the court said to the negro Step oat here m the tuck yard a miilutef if1 you please The negrodid so oji I in less time than ib takes to tell it the Judge lad proaured a piece df box top ariil was bleating a tattoo on thp coons breechesr which could be heard for many blocks The Jbealinghe gave that coon was so effect vein at he immedi ately left town and went to work on a farm If some more medi cinalike this would be adminis tered in other towns the result would be fewer arrestsand less ioaflig Harrodsbqrg Herald Salves a Deep Mystery I want to thank ou from the bot torn of my heart wrote CB Kader of Lewisburgi WVa for the won derfull double benefit I got from Elec tric Bitters in curing me of both ai severe case of stouacli trouble and pf rheumatism from which I had been an almost helpless sufferer for tcJ years It suited my case as though ina e just for meV For dys pepsia Indigestion jaundice and to ridtbs sfystem of kidney ppisions that lectric Bitters has no equal Try thethverta1 tie is gyaranteed to satisfy Only S9c at Hayden Robertsons Oldest Woman On the anniversary of hefr one hundred and eighth Thristmas Eve Mrs lane Arven the old est white woman in Central Ken tucky died at Drankfort Satur day She has been for years the most accurate encyclopedia tH the early history of Frankfort She rode onthefirst steam train to leave Frank fort thetf cst steam boat to leave the city and was present at the dedication of every c pitol erected She could recall when citzens of Franklin countv bad to carry guns on their way tp Christmas services fearicgfftta jks of ttfe Indjans HarrodsburgHet aid i BEAUTiFUC HAIR HaycTon Willett Sells the Greatest Hair Beautiffer in the Worldi Partlsian Safie the grand and efliileqt hair restorer is guaranteed toipermaneflfly remove dandruff in two weeks or your money back IartIsanSagestopsAi falUflg hair it prevents the lair fronj fading It is the best beautifier of ladles hair as it makes harsh Ksterless hair Jluffjv soft nd beautiful It is a most refreshing and daintily perfumed dressing notiticky or greats ParistanSige issold and rigidly guaranteec by Haydon Wihlett Pricj50cii large bottle The girl with the Auburn hair is on every package ln th tm3I hsCp u ed Partisian fag4t have found it very satfsfacs tor bjotk as a grower slid daudrull reMls Ada tl Bat Hocsick Nl Y Mar 231910V Lost 100 On the Deal An install a of the misfortune fahared by thoiC who counted up oathe pooijs boldidg this year is reported by the iiexiqgton Heralt in the experience oflJohn Soobey of Ptvyette county who recently sold his tobacco on the Lex igton breaks On August 20 Mr Toohey bought the half in terest of his tenant John Me Mlillin in a crop of 7970 pounds Believiu that thC effort to pool tie 1910 crop wjuld W success iful and that emergency prices would be pafdfor tobacco not m pjool Toohy jpajd 13 SO per hundred for the croppers Ia1f1 Decembers he sold the crop re1 I i cowing 560perbuiidr3 b halt bought coslj about 538 and tim whole crop brobghtonly 438 so Toohey gave away his tobac- Co and lost about 100 besides j Harrodsburg Herald 1 i I GEOttGE E1 MEDLEY who died at Owpnsbprr Satuitj day December 24 1910 rs V Accidental ICiHing Srm Jonts Jr cofored w lived in a cabui on his fathei place near Woodlawn wasfalajly wQiinded dying almost initat4s by v ihe accidentaV dschurKeiJpf an automatic piftoi in Urn ra qs pi DdSsdn also colored The men hadtbgen huhtiiig t p gether dtiririgioay and turning to the caSin eadh had placed his pistol on the bedt Dodsonsc gun being unloaded Preparing to leaye Dodsoir had taken the pistol tie bellevedjltoj be his own and vhichhad b eljt unloaded 1jdn s shoin th pistol Dodson had ahdbeiievr-v it to be his own a playful scufl for possession pf the 1gutl en suedi intwhicki the gun wasiact cidently discharged wittf r suils abo staled vaftdtliecofe nwa verdict is entirely Snacc y dance With above frfcPs ulo tblame whatevei attadfips fp DodsonB Uwn tanar S A Houtchens Dies Bloomfield KyVi Dec 20SA Hontchens aged 54 died here this evening a victim of paralysis Hev was one jof Nel sup countys most jprpuifnent citizens He leaves a wife an tiye children Misss bro and Hella Will SVSam Ur and Lawrence Houcifens The fune ral and burial will take place to morrow afternoon Disraeli as a Qreek Pirate Mr Churcbnra holiday ndventurts In the near east have oat been cutto so picturesque as those bf another British parliamentarian Who went yachting ana louring there years ago You should see me Wrote Dls molt from 1ijs friend Jatjiea Clays yacht In the costume of a Gfeek jpl ratea Woodredj shirt wUU sllVor studs as big as ahflllngs an Immense scarf for girdleMiil of pistols and daggers red canned slippers broad blucstrlpcd Jackpl and trousers The party Visited attjilbanian boy he could not undcrsttnd their language nor they his butmilg wino and thou brandy put them terms The boy drank all the brandy the roomturned round the wild rpttendants who sat at our feet seemed dancing In strange and fantastic whHls The boy shook hands with me he shouted English I Greek Very god ho had caught up from us KaloMtalo was my re Joinder He rorfsd smacked him on the back I rtjmember no more London Chronlcljj h PIReport In Brltlish East AtcIca Ope day having carefully spied our ground we decided to go after a rhino The wind was right but when we were wlthlp 300 yards ibt him two lions arid a lioness Jtfcnped Slmba filmba lion whfcpered f tho excited gun bearer arid hurdY changing our solid bullets for faftnosed we got on our ponies and bfida most exciting few minutes lioness was the most aggresBlvb and gave us a good deal of trouble bore the Vas killed We also shot thiij two lions It took the then some tin to skin them and having seen thisIdonc and sentha porters back to camp we rodo quietly homewards Oh our arrival wo had quite a reception the porters ran out to meet us snouting and singing and dancing around the lion skins in the not absurd manner to thc accom paniment of a grunting chorus Wide World Magazine Nst Prtpared to Say Which aiiied Mrs Oldcastfe ibAw flrit place in your estimation Titian or Velastjuezt Well really her hostess replied as uie put her new 20000 tiara into the Jewel box aint never thought much about it It seems to mo imost oC the high priced ones are about the eame if youve got a mechanlclan that understand fm aExS OINoL4XAT1V rod niouBLt dCoravpAvloTs 5 tS NOTJMlfY Says the Court in Homicide tv Case of Cotninomyealth I IvsLuther Lews Tbe examining tri ii of Lutner ITjcwii charged wiUi tlllinsr Qfias Bishot Sunday was held Ptjtlay bdforq adg Litse ifyhe Commonwealth wis reorev rented by County AVorney T- ScottMyeaid J tIx defendant- by Attorne vs McChord and Lewis Boil sides announced readv andiui1e a riumbeiof witnesses were aworn for the Commonwealth Tne first wit nesses werp Wnj MMburn and Freuk Bishop a brolheV dfCha Bihop who was kiltei Both ijdlfiicij appeared with anari in a sling as a result of the fight The testimony toi ded to Show that Clins Bishop and hfs brother Prmk Bishnjb and William Mil burn liafd been drinhingiogether on theJay of the fight They Were all Three together near Brusn Grove whai Lewis came along riding in a buggy when a difficulty urpsp between hm ant Fiiarilf Bishop in vhjch Letvis beafcarejreat but rettfrn ed in about bait an hour with his shot gun When Cbas Bishop dashed for him atthesaroe1 timp calling him bv a vii cpitht Lewis then got put of his buggy vfith tip gun ithis hand and commenced1 to baclpf with jBisBcp rtftehim Frank Bishop and Wilinin Milburh Ian after him and were holding him betweeti theni when LqXss fired both barrels of hia futi io qjuicfr suc o ssion killip has Bishop and wounding eacrf of tin others their hap si At ihe close of tin Uommonwealfch tdhlinconv mo ion was made by attorneys for defendant to disuiiss which wis ustained by tliaConrt f Death in Roaring Fire may riot result frOm the work of fire bugii biit often sevcio burns arc caued flof 4nolri x quickneed for Huckfcns Arnica Salve the quickcs snrest cure for burns wounde bruises boils sors It subdues inllanimation It kills pain1 It soothes and heals Drives off skin eruptions ulcers or piles Only 25c at Haydon Kobert sons To Mfee Lebanon Today On Tue day Mr James T Avnt of Bfadfordsville chair inanof the Deddcratic Countj Oommittee and also chalrman of the Democratic Senatorial Committob of the Fifteenth ben itorial Distfint of Kentucky i suedia call tor a meeting of the commifee inLebanon or Janu ary 5th next The call follows The Democratic chairmen of the counties of Washington Mi rion and Taylor said counties romprisjngthe lb h Senaiorial District of KOJ tucky are herebv notified to nieet at Lebanon Ky on Thursday the 5th day of Jan bAry i9U ai 930 a in for the purpose of select nr and choos jag the time pliico and mariner of nomiiiatmgHpgrapcytatic cnn d id ate for tlte Slate Senate fur tim ad Senatorial District of Kentubky Respt jp Ay IHTT Chai rm n 7 According to custom tls Tav loj countys tithe to furnish the Pemocratifc nominee asf Wash insj ton county furnished the nominee fouiyearago who was defeated in the lanclsiideand MrG T Jarvis Of Taylor a lleptibhcan elected Prior tq titan Hon JElArry Jjauca ter of Marion was State Senator The two candidates from TavFor are Dr Hj G Sandeis and Hon Joe Va9oLebanon jj jcon A Card I have opeped a njeafc Shop opposite11 DiTaprJs Liyery Stdble arid am prepared to fur nish my customers witu the best mea s of all kinds at blie most reasonable prices Your trade is respectfully soiicitecl jkj GF Carpenfer FQUSAL 400 bushels of nice prjcbatd Grass Seed at 160 per bushel Call atonc a ti A Burns Neednt ay This Edit6rinPptafpes Is Referriri to an article nn the LarueOounty Elerald the tC l jumbia Ne assays A Gland ale ContnbUtor to the Hpd rerrville Herald reports tat he grew thirty bushels of Irish jportHtoog on onp jorhth of an acre and asks cm ybu beat it Now ifhehad pufrio a wliolo acre jindlt nad turnei putaft did the eighth he would have jjrowA 240 bushels M 0 S Harris vjho is editoi ofithfe pa jper planted one acre In Irish polatbes He did not use ma nure or fertilizer and hd ui 250 bnsbels Offet 100vbnshl s were sol ddn the market in the towoi and Uy wefe sid tobe Ilie ijargejit upd finest potatoes ever grow the CQuntyl The Barrrrisj He secured the seed from a ffehtl min who lives on theXJuinl OQrlGnd rier Qld abldiop Tortured JFoify ars I suffered unspeakable torture row irfdigestipn constipa tion iqia liver trouble wrote A Kj mtlhJ o war veteran at Erie Ear fbut Pr Kinjra New Liif Pills tfxf d me fiPrimt Theyre pimply eat1 Try tbjen fofany stomach liver or kidn y trouule Only 2atrfayiRobertsbnpi I Leaves for Washington UhareaC McChoiJ vho rjS gently vas appoi1tea y Frvsi dent Tuft as a member of vtteJt Jerstati Commerce Cbrami non which ippoidiment wa s atermed by tbtf seriate left yesterday inuruul g for Wsuingtun to take thaoatu of office Mr McObord was aconpauied by Mrs Mb Chortl and white luj Vashington the later will select Chouse to be usfed as their i ideppe It thepa1pose of Mr ahdMr Mc CboM toreturu to Lou viiJeUie hitter part of this week abd Comploie irraq j im nts for tht shippihg of their opsehol4 oods io Washingttin Mr wcGhords terra of office ei ht years brginti today when Ue will attwod a session of the commission The oath of ofiSoe wjlibe administered him by a Justice of the Supreme Court Miss Margaret McChord did not accompany her paredts to VVasuingion Scerdayibut will go there the latter part of the muuth Courier Journal Jan 2 SEMIANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE Peoples Deposit Bank SPRINGFIELD KY at close of busine iliecember31l 1010 RESOUflGES Loans and Discounts 339 77125- Qveijdrafts 4328 Banking House JL 500tl0- Cashj on hand and due from t k 52441 60 LTABlLITiES Qai tat Stocky JjL 50K000- Suri lus 35odoOO Undivided Profitsr 192341 Individual Deposits 31 35985 S40J55219 Grors earnings six jnths 8 i76675 Bil undivided prof Itii Julyi19lQ 284403 1001083 Disposed of as follows Paid dividend No 42 o per cent LMS300000 1IAdded to Surplus 8 p jr cent Jl 4OQOOp f Patti expense jacct 341649 bal undivided1 profits 19234 1661083- GSEO D OBRT3ONj PrestJv I H THURMAN VicePreSti J Ai BQULWAl Cashier Wi C McCflpRP Jr Asst Chr Evely year a large number jof poor sufferers whose lungs areppre and racK Witfi coughs re urged t go to anpther climate But this is costly andJnota ways 5ure Tbers a better way Let I 4 Kinks NewbiScdverp cure you at home Jt cured hie 0 lung troubleI writes yf Nelson of Calpmine Ark j asrh nah1 ese failed and IghihOd 47 pounds in weight Its rey the King of hit cotgh nd Iwig cures Tious anus lowe their lives and health jto it Ins posi timely guaronteed for Con ghs Colds LaGrippe Asthma Crpugalj Throat rind Lung troubles SOc and 1XK Trial bottle free at Haydon tfertson Ku versons knuWingtaemi Ue vesindfebtedto ne esjate of E Flatmon Banarupt wilL cllliotitliftundersigned or Jpleplij Poliu and ge lle same atpnce as it l is neciskY to cloSO i up the tnisiiiess bnCe UrgsbyT1Stt0 2 sEP IN THE PTO- LtMAN GlODINGAppLIEp ABtETQ PUMP fit Had to Be Mended Every iflt as Sunday and Even Persuade the Preacher toHelpD thejobt Old Man GIddings stood it as longf as he could Then he broke loose It was Sundafe ibbrlilng a quiet tin day naornlng in the country and the pump needed repairing badly itIrona ijto Old Man Glddlngs because la wanted to plow the west pike fldd Monday morning and he qould itmend eawtimeThe old man wandered dismally about In a clean stiffstarched Shirt without a tfollar slid Ittoked upon the red temptation It waa such a jllttle thing to doon Sunday Betides ever body was In church Arid the t heardt pdilini a sheep out of A pit The sheer par able 4t occurred to Old Man Old dings was very apt Surely jthls broken pump was ot as much iIripoiv tarice as a Chop He reached ut an uncertain hand for the tninkey wrench and was lost The hours flew past but Old Max Glddlngs heeded not He was Inter ested in that red pump It was such B tantalizing thing Wlieqeve he thanght he had if eiaCtly rlBtt he found he wait mistaken and tIe nuj had to come btf again aThe pew piece that Jim had brought from town had to be filedlrand more washers had to be cut oiit of an old boot top The stiff white shirt became motel and soggy A smear atoll ran icross the old mans nose bit he ifiored with the pump fpr having pit bis hand to the plowror the pumprhe wag not tla man to urn bads He hammered and filed and fitted and adjusted but not haying tour hands he couldnt quite make It More tune flitted past and dinner time came near The people were corn tag from church and their duty ve hides dotted the road but tie old man nbw savage kept on Then cmea ehBck into the shed walked lira Glddlpga and ajr her husband with a small red pump be tween his4 Tmeesj a scowl of f iry on hIa dirty face and a wrench In either hand On one of the hands faa a Weeding scratch Henry diddln s eiclalmea Wa wide do youla w what day ltMsJI The old rtaa 1ot reluctantly I dont know he said started this Job Sunday morning but it feels like Wedriesdayt i4 f sAnd Brother Morris Is here to din iierj stormed his wife You ciuglit be ashamed of yoursplf The old jnaif s flee brightened HeIs he cackled Good t Tell him I want to see him out hire just a minute I want somebody Ito hold one of these wrenches Gwan Sis voice had risen to a deep basS growL If I gfi to church to see him work he can come Out and see ma work And knowing her husband thus it was that the balfacandallzed brother Morris heW a wrench Vdille the old man mended The pump GoOd forydu brOth raId the old man wiping his face on the sleeve of the now disreputable shirt 3 knowed r could depend on you to help me pull that Sheep out of the piLOalveston News AKaFamily As every sowtherner ppws elderly colored people rarely know how old hey are and almost Invariably asf sume an age much greater than b v longs to them Iff an AtWta family there Is employed an old chap named Joshua Ballon who has been with that family and the previous generation for more years rthan they can remember In view thercfoiot his advanced age Jl was with surprise that his em ployer received one day an application for a few days off In order that the old fellow ipilsht as put It go up to de ole state of tfIrginny to see his aunt p Your aunUiriust be pretty old was Jtne employers comment Yassfr said Joshua shes pretty olp now I reckonshe bout n bun dfd and ten ycars ole One hundred and teal But what oa eafth is shc doing up in Virginia dont iest know eiplalneo Joshua but I understand shea up dere llvln wit her grandmother Hangers Weekly v r Plants In a Room We cannot isteern too Wghly the valae of plank about a room They become In time real frIends Jlardlest and best IS tha aspfdistraior either draft nor gas affects It arid ifca lit tie neglected Jn the matter of iwateiv1 Jug It shows no malice and summerVbf winter Its glossy gren leaves bear witness to the care bestowed upon It palms though graceful and Very dma mental aye delicate and disappoInting plants Ferni need constant attention but always repay care For the center of a springtime dm lag table nothing can be prettier titan a china bowl planted with small enb and hyacinths or ferns anffullpsr as bulbs die off they can be drawji put and the gaps can alwaysjhepjled with qut daffddlls There IsMio Urn It to the delight tlven by flowers In Joy or sadness theiriiro our constant IriondeT Uses of Transfer During the evening rUsh hours two men were riding uptown together if a Broadway care tm tk NSW Yik Sun One maS p aiEttkj fares Tw transfer he demanded Why transferiflc th tkjrv 9Yeet of at Ow dUtor plae Id pattes cbadpaldci for tranfef sthir ttprIp- ru1ofl 54 eiPt 5 a t11Itmtwta1b1 SUBSCRJP7ON I Ii r iia I Dausville New YorkDee26 robertr pera e figbt last night wlthlfceiiti Jly 100 rats in bisbarav wh be had gone after dark to get SOBH f oats Ppom opening the hjn h found fnvthe center two naUiaid son he was surrottbdeAlallW i aides So qulcklj did thellafe mala maka their 1attik tbatfSf was impossibly ifafj him to g4hi4 anything to ddfecd hhihtfai Qarring the lantern in and uotciarung o tIrwsit1do n lor fe tf of setting 1 the barn fod flgbtin hipvV with the otherhand arid ari ma e si rotig effojb lo get putsjdB of the banithe tate meai hilti running up hIve and cpafiii some perching on his siioaljd as ftst as he s1lckS- Vbcn be gooiltside the lruiWas nearly exKaosiav squick jV ly as possibfehuwent to the 1 heuse where bewa neacl oter 1 f Tarnajthtthadr r t two otherlnen returned othihasp but the rhddiapj trtt 1ed Ii CureforCroisyseJttiS p44 Dl2fr4Iexpects announce tbtthey have cured a girl ofcrosEc eyes by extractiW her je7etfc Doctor yarneyrarnes ISiJjSiv acid GoodovobtJye th ts dia covery has b n made thaLwIiL result tn relief to tooMfds f Suffering from defsctiveUye sight The dentists exp riliiU j ed with Carrie rManiKo papirdf Myrry fillUchool wbb fie idVd j the dental clinics By oxtridfeI ijog four of tieu teeth iiliclwlfn f tile eje teeth they recsyCdCb- apressureupontheyej rvjL0 such aa extent that n fcej4 are nowatraigh Raiulisivillibe ci peciationaof the spclas r realized will not be coaSHed to f1 optical decfs The qatbstgI dlfvethM amay be corseted by the propr T r treatment of tneteetli qithtwhose menlajity fia biejini developed because ofth i1ecinfluence 9Lhygieitc condl Lions of tbfr teeth will be airtbepefited by the treklmeBH lanf j jiert t ey cl4im f i f F MONEYIACKK fu1 I- aHaydon4Wi1ku rnazkaWe atarjtk Ppdr a ftiir du9psofflyOMEt1jro nounced Highome ImtotfceTljard rnbbjer Inh Jer and you cam them1 breatfielnto the lungs the very rtme antiseptic germ lcllllrir air jfryo would breaths in thfc Jiuwtrtllatr i orests of eucAlypus whereSfcatarrh ij unknown 4ud HYOMEIJe sopIeasaMiuse1 youll Hke to use It irheuyo Meatkei It the effecton the InfllniM tlltarrh- nfgcted and germ ridden ta abratH iasoothfng ned healimg vln five minpte you get tuch woiiiik erful relief that you will kaoi thah t last yjatrhavetji cgce fqr ifatarrb AHtk1EL outthickcoislg efj one bottle of HrbMEIa kant rub ber pocketinhalerzauedicjiedio1 per andatiimple ihstructlois f coatsonly JLOOiadextttL bottles off YOMl3rls aftdrwardi Wefledl costs only fio cents 1lYOMEI isgihranteec to eur catarrh asthnijfj croup broeiCkitI4 cough colds sre tkratesoejback H dVlEij ig olirkyiliay4a 4 Willett and leading dregjst everywuiemt t UidS1itG L j JuMt1 RFanihi en yddrkihl Go eorj caixtcs t f e ate jnsyi ih line in Boyle cGuntjTiiEay afternoon at 4 ociIehFromall rfp rii tht kilHngasca Jiof coldWooded pIdtmted jwrntsj accidentally s4eppsd jfo Waj ker a fwot +lili ifctfftd MM negro boy atid hs int to his hOme secured itoSk K m aMlrafter bunting Grtfo y IredinbatgeofIiostb en causing alaxwt IiM4i i death theypaHf iir4erer Ia led IQ iJe c reo Jjbe5B ht wee11 captur4qhtshrjsRd tenc ed over ioflneili or of Dau ilie G oy sved- Iirg l e hs- wnrk S J 4- i this cpI s sti highly Hra k J vi irTdMf r J iiiws4LfJJlR j PINGP1LDXY j4dY jv 4iDIYwAT JVLNSE J pQ diri a4L Pab1ibiri J4 TVVAt X io- f I Mrts ai Vrlnd who for lit fjMt lye yeas has ben MMfrj Editor of the Curler onI is retike4 Jrum that fficc Io enc other emplor J j BbM slifcen connected 4 titi pper for bouttwenty 4 41vti y1ad y ht ability has su- clr cdiuriesfrosithe lowest A Jr1k3ght lCK1ndof the Mt An MamagingEditorbe 1 ks bess very succesiil rxd the 4 1 vff paper ba prospered under his j BtaMi tsiegt The poiUon of I 7 MaMppnf Editor will now be jijkibyMrj Harrison Robertson He hM been wlthtue paper ior saber1of years aad bas bad a eejpecial charge charge of the jr iMI tdiiorial page Ha isanj 1 blltor and under his jagetthe paper will continue Its carfer of1 i property H 4 jjFair View L4v1ia JnI i WeltCtiriiios has come and passed and we hope everyone ilJ enjoy d the holidays and as the k Nsw Year is here and I hope t hateacn ol us will try to make- t if tbewsLudethioren 118Y1O l fJt ming year than we did in i t c t r Mws EVH Cheatham who has j P r Hieen attending school at Ear rodsburg spent the holiday s with L v1JMr HaR Boblit spentte past week in Lonisyille with his sister a daunt S j The sale of Mr JN H Oliver i which was to be December 29 asipostponed on account of the r weather untiE January 10 be r ginmhig at to oclock Born to the wife of Mr Sam Yocnm on the 26th cay of Decem ber 191018 girl j IMr P M Carney and family ii rtand Mr and Mrs 0 0 Wolord w dined with Me andxMrfe J E StevJnsou Saturday t Born to the wife of L B Car It neyceober20abpy- f Mr P F Cheatfiam and fami Y I ly y1sit d relatives at Polin y Sunday jtf JtguestFi MissLqgan ere spent Tues day might with Miss liavanie 42LAS I w Q Connor t Mrs Hugh Noe ad children Yf LndMre Jimi Noe and children s 3 are visitmg Mr and Mrs S C YanArsdale Mr jinjcLMrs Will Leachman MiSSes tel1a Edelen and Mayrne Donnelly spent Sunday with Mr and MrsJO Polinand family Miss Harvev V Arsdale spent 1 7edneday night with Miss Jff Eleanor Reed a Mrs Alice Thompsqn and J J family have moved to their old homenerevq Mr Charlie Lozsdon was in 1 our vicinity last Wednesday t kisses Grace Shehau Della Ray and Annie Laura Gregbry r ti have returned to St Catharines j after spending the holidays with h their parents t MuptiJ Lavauia OConnor spent iatterpirtof te woek with g f rlStjd Mrs J H Hooper Miss Xiogan Nealbviitedi PJa- pd Mes JiH a p r Tmi4inInto Y byWrspentMOndayaidTuesday anixMrs Will Leachman MlssEieanbr and Sue Reed enterteinea on last Thursday evening PURE RICH BLOOD Haydoa Willett Sell A Pre cription that Means Vigor Vim VitalitY Because Mona causes the blood to get better and more nourishment it is at all times a valuable tonic It puts vigor into the muscles clears up tthe iirnrOjer1y nourished brain aii4 makeS strong nerves that will stand the severest test vitatiftyand energy that they formerly 1tf usedl to arethEtkiodof thel3t1i that need Miona Besides b eiogapeeftessrem dy for indigestipn Mi ona is i most pronounced tonic If you have a blue disconteu tedfeeling through the day and pass restless nights trying n1 successfully to get a refreshing sleep take a moths reatme nt of MI0 NAstomach tablets and bring the sunshine into your lite MlONA costs but 50ceats at Haydon S Willett and druggist everywhere Guaranteed to cure indigestion and all Btotnach misery or manev back Valley Hill We Oortesp ndants have bee b so negligent of late that the dear- oi4Lea9erhas had but very few letters each week and vet ii makes its accustomed visit to each of us while Hoar amiable LMr Editor Vas not so good na tured be would discontinue these weekly visits and thus punish us justly for our neglecting to do pur duty My but wouldnt we censure fyim for being so careless if we missed getting tbje paper for about two Weeks and vet we let week after week pass andnot so much as f odDo Jin In the beginning of this a New Year lets try to make amends and send in even a short letter- as often as we can TbeXmas holidays passed 6ff JittletowpI k any excitement Mr Note Weekleys horse unhitched himself froiqhispost in front of the store on the night of Christms Eve while his master was enjy ing some jokes iithic and proceeded on his way home Santa had already visited his buggy let a lavish supply of bundlqs which the unsuspecting animal left scattered by tbe roadside Mr Bilas Ti henor of Fairfield hats been the guest of Mr San Tucker for the past few days Robert Mranspent Saturday with Hunter Goatley hunting Mrs Nell Thurth n Was thet guest of Mrs Palmerl Goatley Saturday and Sunday She ex pects to retorp to Texa thts- wek and will probably lQD11C panied by Mrs Goatly who iVlsit her son Howard jr Misses Mattie Clarkson Mat tie Mudd and Pearl Goat ey were guess of WISH Sean Goally on P dji y o f last we- ekrIi4dMrs Theo Virgin of udf wdtbeir daughter nero Fxiday r Mr Rufus Gppdlett wife and children spent Sundag with the latters parents nearMaud Mr Jas Moran and bride spent the week end with the1 formlfs parents Where Hearty congra tulations to therhV Mr Henry Goatley aiid wife of near Louisville visited rela tives here the past week jjwIiss Mattie Clarkson Visited Miss Mattie Muddlhe past week Mrs Louisa Settle has returned hamealter a few days visit to her son Mr vJeff fettle near Booker Miss Aria Jones again tok up her cholasjtic duties Tue day after a weeks holidays Her school closes in three weeks Mrk James Goatley spent the pas tWeek with his daughter Mrs WallaceSeay who is a Jit tie better attbisj writing Mr HughBy Goatly and wife enterteinecl at dinner lat Thurs diy Mr Henry Goatley and wife of Lpuisville Mr Palmer Goatly aridiwife Misses Praricis Settle apd Verna Bush Mrs Susan Hushes and Mr Cleil Hughes Mrs Jas Moran and son Ed die and Mr and Mrs J E Xaoatley spent Tuesday 9ftlepast week with Mr Wallace Seay and wife near Maud Miss Leir of Louisville con tinues the guest of her sister Mrs Cliff Tatum MrTJ Settle and wife visited relatives here Sunday Mr E S Goatleyartdwife v ere in town MondayT FEARING A DISTRUSTFUL MAN Bunyans Fine Description of Individ ual Who Had No Confidence In Himself Why he was always afraid that he should come hort of whither he had frlghienedhhnthat hid but the least appearance of opposition In it I hear that he lay roaring at the Slough of Despond for about a month altogether nor durst he for all he saw several go over be manrlofhe should die If he came not to dnd yet was dejected at every ItI culty and stumbled at every straw that anybody cast in his way Well after he had lain in the JIi lug iI do not know how he ventured and so got over but when he was over he would scarce belleVe ft He had I think a Slough of Vfi in his mind a slough that DeI cSrled everyWhere with him or he could pever have bean as waiTFrom Bunyans Pilgrim Prog reel A Terrible Creature Father said the small boy is there any animal more terrible thaa a lionrYes my son a cow If she Isnt kicking you in the neck or pursuing you over the pasture to hook you shes trying to send germs around toIyour house in the milk- incurable I do thln said ilrs McGoozle niy husband is tho most persistently argumentative man Lever saw Hell controvert any proposition no matter what Its Is This morning while we1 were wait Ing on a platform of one of the eleva ted railway stations for a train be saw the sign Out of order on one of those chewing gum slot machines Im willing to bet a cent it isnt out of Arder he said He dropped a coin in the slot He didnt get any sUck of gum and he didnt get his money back There I said I hope youre satis fied now That doesnt prove anything Al fsntaufpose But thats LvsinrtA yr 1lSprains rGaveMel Instant II ReIief Xfell and sprained my arm and was in terrible pain I could not use my hand or anti suffering until a neighbor told nie to use Liniment lThe first application gave rue instant relief and T can noW use my arm as well as everMRS H B SrsRiNGfiR 921 Flora St Elizabqthj N J7 LOANS LINIMENTs killer heals cuts bums wounds and contusions and will draw the poison from sting of poisonous insects and 100 Sloan book on horses cattle sheep and poultry tent free Address Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Kass IT 8 A Fo l without intense Sloans 2BcBOo PROFIT IN SYSTEMATIC EARM Light Scratching of Soil and Careless Breeding pf Live StocK Proves Quite Costly By WILLIS a FLANDERs minoil I am willing to confess that J did not wake up to the real necessity of system on my place for three or four years after I started in for myself My land Is do rich that if I scratched the surface a bit and cultivated a lit tle I generally got pretty fair crops taking one season with another But I finally began totrfqtljce that eyen If my land was rldh some of my neighbor whose land was poor were yale ing better crops Finally I discov ered that the main trouble was cated right in my own person Dd I came to and bega to attend the In stitutes and read iafm papers and actually tried to earn something about real farming I have a great deal to learn yet but I have oundp outcome thingsIla that careless Breeding of IOne is a costly proceeding II came hard for Instance to pay 125 apiece for three thoroughbred cows and then pay US for the services a bull But when the time came obi sell yearold calves I found out buUIthat were worth l00h In fact they longIl sheep neglected half fed poorly housed in winter with no system as to breeding was a poor Investment My father gave me a flock of ten when I started to farm and after three years this had Increased only to six teen owing to my neglect Then when I began to sit up and take notice uentfhthe whole bunch to market and bought ten fine grade Shropshire owes and a thoroughbred twoyearold ram and took care of them Tills flock paid me over 100 per cent in three years and so I wfcs taught another lessonI Improve Machines punchingrmachines used in boiler shops and greatlly improved In efficiency and economy recently by a simple system of electrlo control These machines heretofOre have been operated y a foot attachment but this Is cut out entirely and the push button placed at a pomt wh fe it Is muph tore accessible arrangemen10tdo the work formerly requiring three and the work is said to be done in a much more accurate jinanner f t4r d WASHINGTON HOUSE I i i SPRINGFIELD KYI j t DailyI t I hi f i if b h 4f4i your tobacco to us and we will get you the highest price Write or 4 5 ctt rPHONENO 155IIIJ1 rIItj11 l nnans7 L111 oJ+ tri I MANAGER AND AUCTIONEER I r t 414W Vt V VkVkV + ++ WWiW tt T Si agL i e I UirI d I j i I to tfj I I ONLY 20 DAYS MORE r I1 9f Lower1PrJcesIIThnH Wee 1 i4Have iver Mdeaa f 7- I t f r 1 I I zCestIs T t d J lo MI1r 1 u MIsses And Chuidrenss bl1oaks J BAji1tII i I r J MOlls an Boys Suits t ana Overcoats I ljl a 1ecit JI r I lji v jctfJ v r t Waff Paper and Lace Curfini- t j jIIICarpefs I it i GUNNINGRM IRUiGNIf tI o 11 IbUl 1 1 I1 1TTii H W k tf IIi 1 4LOOSE44aI 1 SPRilNGFIELD KY lrr I TaIidy Qiise berry eo lroprskk II Daily Auction Sales i w Wok Lighted Sagl F or3iJ i flousi Is Near ThoDepott i ijPr i T1ii taken care of so as to realize best prices for your tobaccolt i ibeI tI Tandy QuisGnbbrry Manager HiI 44 i4tA 4 44 i44 HOPE ALWAYS THE BEST FOOD What the Doctor Suogests Not What Ho Gives Has Greatest Effect on Patient Doctor said one those selfcen tered ladles who are always extract ing opinions gratis from the medical profession what do you consider the best food as a constancyiHope madam returned the doe tor promptly at all times and In till places Not a senseless optimism but a selfrespecting hope Heaven and Nature Intended It to be the chief pabulum of the race The table dared not smile and the doctor hav ing secured a few minutes Immunity declined wholesome prefaces and tell upon a robust breakfast of bacon and eggs waffles and hot roils Tho lady regarded him wistfully for the doctor ate with appetizing gust A stomach long trained on other peo pies theories concerning edibles was not to be trifled with so she was fad to satisfy herself upona tasteless litt3drytoastfor doffee But the doctor is nothing It not humane so between his waf tfles he looked across at her pleasantly sad began I said thor because what a doctor actually does or gives Is finitely less In Itseffect than what he suggests TII is a truth old as Hippocrates and Galen though perhaps only In this age are we begin ning definitely and intelligently to utilize ife Happiness Ish Substance and aim of life and living an4 hope is nine ten 888Tof happiness r its greatest factor therefore beware of i q oPe1HarpeTaWe JI LESSON LEARNED FROM LIFE It Is to Give Good M uucOof All Things and Demand but Little In Returnr Life said a courageous soul nearing the end of a beautiful cayeerlifor- esolves itself finally into jJiist what ypu can make of yourself It luis real ly very lltUHo do with conditions 07 evciatsFThl6naying carried the more weight with thooe who heard it tie cause it came from one whordesplte continual outer thwartlngtijBpread shtne and courage jlacalciilftblo wherever she tame Not jhat she could get out of lite but wnat she coqld put into conctTTied erand the measure of what she found to add to niere living brimmed over There is yet another rule of great value to apply to life when it seems most difficult Jt Is to give good meas Ur4 of ail desirable things andde wand but little Mod est demands srtcjial financial dQJesUQh lp id solve the problem of content Pc you chance to renieraber the flnar para grtjph in ToJslbisfAiinV Kareiilna Lovin Vftio records It had 1ouzdit difficult to supply himself with a rea son for being and after thought study and experience he gives us this eolu lob My inner life has won its lib erty it will no longer be at the mercy myexistenceprofound which it will be in my pOw jer ito impress upon every singleone of 1Thy actions that of being good It these words set down here sound trite n1ecUonwliblhgreatest of the last century tEey have profQund value Harpers Weekly t f Ii i iIi IDontFailtoSee T 11- Leachrilan f I e Gampbdll- Sf I r J t I IiIoj I I Iictvra8 f cf- I r I it jndRugsJ1- I d4I Special Bc A 0 I Bgainseachman 1 Canitat f TJ 10 4Ei 4 V s i OT BURTON IDINTDINTI1 TEEtIEXTRACnDIlITH LJ j i iiIISN Jt kJptiII8 1 8IWPi1LDXY AIIDe W rk Strictly FIrstcIa4 jJIDR j c I1UDD 14 14n4Sirgeii OAc hor Sto 9am1 1 t 2 pIIii QfloM over Btaydpnis Drugsto tLLirnpton M D Met hi fKri MMse clc c He I LC1CLIO as 4 rWFGRIGSBY T D 8N YAT AW IUSe iy1 reeinPRIN9F1ZLD XY I4 DflM W HYATT Qftoa over Rid Cross Urn Jj Storey OIle hoBra Hyatt 10t80 JtIIitc 12m 4 to 5 pm JQHNYMAYES- Fpim uiHtra AID LICEISEfl EMBALMED t TELEPHONE DAY19 NIQHT T4- SPRMGFISD El FTRUSTY- i PRACTICAL i DENTISTOliccover Haydon Barber P atel irork atreisonable prices 11 work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY Rid Seville Following iis the time schedule ROW in effect on tiie Bardstowb sHi Springfield branch railroad Mo 41iieaved Louisville at 480 pm Bardstown Junction t 22 p m Bardstown 6C6 p mi arrivta at Sfringfield 655 p m fro 42 Letvcs Springfield at 6001 am Bardstown 645 a m Bit litown Junction 730 ainfa- rIVe8at ouisville 820 a in No 43 Leaves Louisville tii t r 720 a mj Bardstown Junctipn 855 a M Bard t9wn 1005 a m arrives at Springfield 1140 p m No 44Leaves Springfield tit 100 p m Barclstown 220 p mt Bwdstqwn Junction 410 pm 4 arrives at Lioiiisvilje 545 PID 1 FARE AT HARVARD IN11850 BfMtkfMt at Daybreak and Soiled Dinner Two Days In the Wuk lTMatudta lodged In the dprml sde lad teat the commons The fe14 tbe paiiaken of with thankful B M would mow be looked upon at tcteMt fare At breakfast which was Mtrel at JurlM In summer and at- Mybisak IB winter there were doled Mt te eaCh ptudfrnt a small can of tin MtUti coiKH a ilze of biscuit and a 4lie butter weighing generally about am ounce7 Dinner was the itaI pte aeal aact at this each student wu regaled with a pound of meal Twe dam In the week Monday and i Tlwrmday the meat was boiled and la eellege language these were known a boiling days On the remaining toy the meat was roasted rand tb uthe nlckmame of roasting days Ji wu fastened With the flesh went al 0 a1atWr potatoes When boiling imy caffle round pudding and cab I Wee wild 9 M and dandelions were a44ed The emlyielTcacy to which no stint WM applied was the cider a beverage ue fIt supplanting the small beer tt the colonial days Thll was breraght to the raess in pewter cans wklcb wer passed from mouth t- ourI a4 when emptied were again rp4ibd For supper there was a bowl e milk and a size of bread J1w kugry Oliver who wished for mor wu forced to order or as the yimM west seize ftP from the eJa McMMtera History otthea it the United States ir The iIi IToete AlmaSc kltc1feItwtr WI JtpiROUSC trtKaMt JstsiiU It fan details of tht 044 CMMS M4 t the most ImpertMt t aM cOMICrtHloM E1ctIoa h fifty JMI IU facts sa4 Ijarej tWW ftmtt llof rdlfloa sort lam statistic fiM e 1rHeI IMTC isMTMK tti bMkta MonMlkw JMK Mr Off awl all iorrifN Ms4riMt ife arate awl MtM W a iMfU PMUM Caul aerial Mvtt io irewth ot the UM IMeg MvavM sad coItcIlJJfljnferiintto Mbmltettoa laws t MHfkstioM tar fOtbtc CbMtlhittM nf URW as ofHilatklloI Jarcwt t cIeartkoCtOOkrckieta aW 9W 0111 UaWittaM clMof IJotiO oiiori ta fail tM i Vofii Mlwau wlH tll1M SOUN mrJtta spili JthIL Prtec i 4 I west of 1si aJpIlgaI 3 by mitt 3Sc M- TWThtbWidtY cfc l I ruI1 LocI Happenings pj interest iI t The freshest and LatestItiI IIt A1IAbwtYruI1 Friends sd Acquaintances IM MMMH Bats at and below cost at Wathen Shaders IAskyour grocer JQF Bon give it a trial and will always orderit FOR SALEi Poland China ow and six pigs W M DERRINQER iMdnnd City Paints may cost triflo more bDJ 1 LeoJIaydbn FOR SALEi horse buggy and harness Hite Clements tFOR SALE 200 bushels of Orchard Grass seed at 2 per b shekIC L Brady r Afew bargains still left Must be closed out before the season ends Wathen Shader FOR SALEAfew fine M 13 turkeys Mrs R A Mclmire R 2 jIFOR SALEv400 bushels of nice Orchard Grass Seed at 160 per bushel Jail at once 1i A Burns Mr Thomas Duncan has bought of Mr TB Janes bis farm of 126 acres on the Bloom field pike known as tbe Skid more pl2 STRAYED On my farm near the Poorhouse about Noy 20tb on red sow with black spots Owner may have same by paying for pasturageand this advertise bent J H DivineI The handscmest Calendar all is the one sent out by The National Stockman and Farmer Pittsburg Pa It wilt be sent tb anyone who will send10 cents to pay package and postage Send for it1 LosTOn the Bardstown pike asmall package of merchandise wrapped in wrapping paper of Cunningham Incan Firder will please returii to Miss Flora Keene The sale ofMJ N H Oliver at Mooreaville which was to have been held December 29th was postponed lTuesday Jan nary 10 1911 because of the inclemency of the wtatb er The sale will commence promptly at 1 0 oclock am NOTICE All persons knowing themselves indebted to W P Kelly deceased will please call and settle with the undersigned Also all persons having tools belonging to him will return same to me at otice JOHN A PoLiN Admr of W P Kelly decd Mr W T Leachman has ac cepted ta position with Cunningham Duncanand authorizes us to say that he will be there ready to wait upon his frierds after January 15 1911 Mr Leach mn is a salesman of considera ble experience and his special line hasi been Men s Clothing Department The County Board of Super visors are in session this week at the Court House This is their first meeting at which the law makes it tttfirJddty to make a careful QXamitjfcXm ot the Asi lessors books3mjjpfi each irtdi yidual list thereofTand they may increase or decrease any list which appears not to he assessed at its fair cash value Dr and MrsS A Thompson and family of Prestonia leave this afternoon for Fredericktown Washington county where they will make tbeir home with Dr Thompsons parents Tile removal it isI made with the hope that the country air will improve the physicians health He was stricken with throat trouble Deh cember5 and it was deemed necessary for bm to take a long resV Louisville Tunes f Mr J T Montgomery am family Have moved to the Spring Held Hotel l fend will condu t th t excellent hostlry the cominf g year Mr Montgomery is a welU known farmer of tbe county and has a wide acquaintance Heiis 11 courteous and obliging and patt rolls of the house will always find him ready to look after their comfort Mr aad Mrs TJ1tvOBryan who Conducted the hc tel last i ear iSve moved to their eaidence on Main Cross see which t1 ej purchased last fallI i Mr 0 Bryan had been proprte fr SH5WS U TOPIQSTetlM = 2 tracted with Z SDANQER Ifa Charges g when plates t are wanted iIi ALL WORK 12 Done in this office is firs claSs 6 iin every sed respect and just ad ad X I WYSTALLARDD4SIS Springfield Ky a UMq H9 tor for one year and was suc cessfuT sa hotel pan and gave universal satisfaction to all guests A meeting was held at the Court HousVon last Sa iirday afternoon for the purpose of naming delegates to attend the State meeting of podlersil to be held at Lexington today Mr J T Head was elected Chair man of the meeting and W D ClavbrookeSecretary Hon W C McCftord Was called on to make a speech and advise as to what in his opinion was the best way for tobacco growers tb or ganize He said that mistakes bad been made in the old pool but tbatj ifan organization on a sensible an honest basis could be effected he was for them He said that a new warehouse had been built by the Washington I County Tobacco Warehouse Co and that the storage house was standing idle and at the service of any person or persons who might wish to pool their tobacco t The following were named as delegates W T Head W A Clements T Scott Mayes G L Ha d nand R P Fendren t Mill Burns 4EThe large dour millI known ase the Robinson Mill Co at Jen ins ille burned on last Saturday night The mill and the enC tire contents was destroyed Tbe cause of the fire is unknown 1Thel J F Robinson JC Hamilton i iandi i i Reynolds IiIl Miss Maggie Reynolds died at the home of ber parents near t Posville last Thursday after a long illness of Consumption She was the 15 year daughter of Mr and Mrs WoodsonReynolds Funeral services were conducted at Beech Grovel Friday by Rev Batchett of Tajtbam Springs Now Open I The new Sprit gtiold State Bank opened for business on last Tuesday m temporary quar ters in part of Mrs Williams millinery store The officers areC Messrs Ruel Foster Cashier aodJ J M Smith AssIstnq Cashier Tne new safe has arriyed iit is aItime safe and the latest modell inil bank safes 4lthbughthe bank has been in practical exjstence but two days jel Wits officials and promoters are much encouraged oyer the bright outlook as quite a large number of substantial citizens of the county have open ed accounts with it We predict for the bank a suc cessful business as us managers are men long acquainted with the banking business and as iit numbers among its stockholders many orthJhost prominent citizens of the county Paid It Back John L Peter a well known colored man of this county has during the P st week done son thing beoref unheard of in the historyo thk county John is ja lively gpod natured negro who has worked for various parties lin and about townt For severalj years he was porter at the ojd Springfield Hotel when it wis conducted bjfMr S B Thomp ison He was always Very couf teous and wjas well liked by ill the traveling men who came to Daringacerous growth upon bis bed ktjand this Jiffs was despaired tif He had no money to have proper sthrgical aid as an operation would cost him thirty dollars Some of hu friends bowevfer tH eCured the necessary amount from the county and had Dr R cl McChord of eba onto p form the operatiW John has since recovered and gone to work One day last week he RobLk paydble to the coutty for the t thirty debars MrNue bays this is the first tio e stniha thirg rOftthel Peoples Deposit Bank Stateinent At regular DJeetiqg of the atIiwere present Geo D Robert 1demonj Cas W L 3rahami J A gomerytAnnual dividend of6 per cen was declared and putthcredit of its tockhqiders and 8 per cent was added to the sur plus This gives this bank 35000 surplus aieh with iis capital 0 50000 and deposits of 316000 assures its stock holders of its increasing earning capacity and its patrons of its ability to handle all business en trusted to it With its able Board of Dir c tors and experienced office force satisfaction win be guaranteed toall Tobacco Market A t 1busyand more tobacco has been sold than in any other previous week The Washington County j House reports the sale of225000 pounds of tobacco at an averagot of 9 cents on all grades Saturday t was held the largest sale of tobacco that has been made at any warehouse this season 100 000 pounds were disposed of at all average ol9i cents The h highest crop sold this season waS that of Mit and Mac teach maD sons of B B Leachman whose crop of 2600 pounds sold at an average of 15i The market is steady and the uutlook good Good ilthroui The Springfield House reports a the sale of over 200000 pounds at an average over 9 cents Sev eral good crops have been sold at high averages The Planters Hoase reports that a large number of pounds of tobacco was sold during thet past week at good pricja The crop ofJ W Tuckej avjafcing cents and that of R Hcalli 5 cents The crop of fMpF6 ler averaged 12f cents Market is steady with prices about as last week We give the following quotations BurleyITrash gr or mixed 36o5 500t Trash sound 6 00 50ff Common lugs 7 00 800 Good Lugs 900 1150 Com leaf short 6 00 800I Com leaf 8 00 9 50 Medium leaf 1000 1100 Good leaf 1150 1500 Pine and selected 13 00 18 50 Bright Red Burley f Trash gr or mixed 590 600 Trash sound 800 950 Common lugs 950 1150 Medium lugs it00 1200 Good lugs 1200 1300 Cpm leaf short 750 900 Common leaf 1100 1200 Medium leaf 12 00 1350 Good leaf 1350 1500 Fine and selected 15 00 IfcOO j NOTICE the New Bank only occuI pica part ofm store my business will go on just the same A few good hats left t at less than cost Also Skirt and Cci tMWiliiamSII Gommissioners Sale I Washington Circuit Court Ky Mrs Louise J Settle J lff vs Equity Murray Shields et at tDft8 rderlof sale of theWashingt4u 19101inproceed to offer for ssfle at the Court lIousedoorin Springflld Ky on MONDAY JANU RY 23 1911 at 2 oclock pi m or thereabout to the bJghestrbldder at public auction upon a credit of 6 and 12 months the follow ing Described properity towlt A certain tract of land situated in W8lhib ncountyfKy about one milefrom Mooresville and aboutl4 mile from Bloomfield and Springfield 1aiidtoBJoomfteld pike containing 104 acres more of less Thir farm has a residence three barns with total capacity of 12 tol5 actesof tobacco and large percentrge f goOd land The sums to be raised with fatereat to date of sale Jan 23 1911 aggregate 8194003 with estimated cost ofJ7500 making a total of 201503 Fot the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing Ifpaida Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms C F BOSLEY M C W Ce i 4 r p pt FUiilcN LIIfM1 s Mafeel Williams went tb LomsvJlle Friday morning tot tend the wedding of Miss Mary Brown which was solemnized at St Punils Eplscipail church Saturday t o fling jtf 6 oclock MteiJjrfn s a charming young lady l ivat the Weissioger iau1 ifihegq39 to Califdr wa make erbome f Judge Sam Bldrickk nd Mr Robert Callahan j of the firm of jUniormODgertt Company of Louisville spent WalkerjtThe little sewing circle corn posed of Sarah Belecman Litsey Elizabeth MiE roy and CorInne Mclntire met with Mis Litse Jt her home on Friday Deqem ber SOtb 1910 with Miss Marga ret Robertson as their guest Mr and Mrs HMNoeof Columbia are theguestsof her parents Mr and Mrs S G VanArsdale oflStrot1is are the guests of Mr andMirs T D Tapp U JPhil McGurk of Lexing bon Spent a ew days last week Miis uncle Mr Philip Mc Boaneti Spf Miss Elizabeth Trainpr and nephew MasterthighvIcCon neil are visiting friends in Lox ington this week Mr Rll Langfordhas moved o erry ville where he has pur chased a fine farm Mr L H Blanford has returned to his home in Louisville after sppnding the holidays with iis mother Mrs Pattie Blan ford LoDi1yitle Miss Hattie Blanford will eave Thursday to visit relatives J n Louisville and to gtteud the- MontgomeryLancaster wedding t Vine Grove Misses Roxie Price Imelda landford Nellie Simms Eliza jjVirginiajMana R gina 0 Bryan have re- urned to school ajb St CatbeiF ines Mr and Mrs T P OBry ri have moved from the Springfield Hotel to the home which they recently purchased on Main Cross Street Mhs Eulah Wathen and broth er Richard Bardstown June tion visited here1 last weekUMiss Sadie Parrott has accep ed a position with McElroy Shader cMissreturned from a Visit to Lebanon Mr Chas Haydon of Shelby yule spent Sunday herebMiss May Mays entertained l tatMrs J E Wharton and sonbMr Chris Bertlein las return i ed from Louisville Id Misses E izabetb Russell and and Mildred Spalding of Leb anon vfsited friends here this week Miss Louise Rapier and R H Edelen of Bardstown spent one tayt Mr and Mrs W E Coleman a careClever t Mr Htffercian Rube of Lebtanon was here yesterday Mr Fred Manget of Louis vllle was here last week r Mrs J L Wharton and sons tWm H were in Louisville yesI terday attandintr the funeral of Mrs George Fe lerIMiss Stella Edelen has enteied scboolit St Catherines Miss Loren Prices has tered sChoolatBart1stOwp1reeill Miss Sophia Hertlein is tbe e guest of her sister in Louisville Mr LouisiKelly was in Louis yule TUEsdaye Saves Two Llvea Neither my sister nor my self might be today if it had not I been foDr Kings New Discovery writes D McDonald of Fayettc villeNC RDNoi8 ufor we bothI had frlght u coughs that no other remedy could help We were toldI my sister had consumptlnon She was very weak and hap night sweats but your wonderful medicine cpm pletely cured us both ttG the best1 Jever tis r1or hearflof or sore lungs coughs cold hemorrhage la grippe a8tbma hay feyer croup whooping cougbalI bronchial troo lcsits supreme Trial bottlearee 60c andi00 Guaranteed by Hay don Robertson OryFOR ASTORIA j1OR3O7I 1 IILlls7Suits aiiil Cloaks I j Mens Suitsand Overcoatst IChildrensIl J I II ScaifsAand Shawls Fascinators Auto Veils and Scarfs r I received beautiful alss6r IIst of linen pieces towels inens and napkins dkerchifg hand IItable Novelties hat pins and1 v I No Trouble to Show Goods Here I The Robertson f = CIayb1ooIe co- L1 INCORPORATED BuildingLots 41 Streets and Sidewalks alI ready made Right in the est part of Springfield on ain ana Covington Ave or further particulars see W KROBERTSON EVOLUTION OF THE NECKTIE It Was InUnded at FJnit to Protect the Throat and IUHI tory DaUs ackvto the StuarU The necktie now a purely orna mental detail of dress once had a dis nctiy practical use It waa intend ed to protect the throat Ita history may be traced from the time Of the Btnarta In England when Immense ruffs which served as neckcloths and were worn Later meckcloths r cravats were adopted and no doubt were a welcome change from thiaUlt uncomfortable ruff They were of Brussels or Flanders lace tied in a not under the chin and the ends eing allowed to hang square 8tll later they were worn much longer ends being passed through the utton holes of the waistcoat The lace neckcloth was succeeded y small cambric bands hut wu re andIdldtied in a large bpw lin front was pwedbrI the back and by muslin cravats which were tied in front in an Immense how In the early part of the last cen beunttwice abound the collar and tied in fanciful bow in front About 1820 Tta were made very wide iii the theIo take their place From these scarfs gradually growing smaller wu de eiopod the modern neat necktie THACKERAYS DAMAGED NOSE Inqulrt About It Emblraa Dinner TabltQueat Who Wasvth OM Irokt It W7 r Thackeray I occasionally met mao cletyj and I remember perpetrating a dreadfuL blunder during a dinner at which he was one of the guests As tuck would hare iIt I chanced to be placet next to a Mr Venables to whom I had only been introduced ihterenlng He seemed a pleasant inn anp w e were soon engaged in an agreeable con eraaUonV which eventu ally turned upon the great satirist sitting some UtUe distance away with whom 1 observed my neighbor appeared to be well acquainted Think- Ing this was a good pportBly of clearing up a poin aboutP which at that time I was completely ignorant asked hm Perhapi you can tell me whether the malformation of Mr Thackerays nose fs natural or the re ault ofau accidentx To j kay great surpriw 14r Venables searnOd much upset by tn7 quesUon stammering Out Jtwas injured in aaccident at schooL I could not un derstand his confusion butt asking some one its reason after dinner fal ly realie4 what an unfortunate ques Con I had asked when I leaned that lt wag Mr V enable whd u boy at school had broken Thackeray BOM la a flghtl Exchange tiN straaVarity RMtaurarit PatreA Why tkM eggsiare t ceoke at sill WaiterIll swear they were la the water three aUirteeJ- Reetaurast PatroPrapaqt U tksi tkt lVHk U thaw tkem ou- tdoiutIt t I 0 coworeo c WHEN 5TROUSE WE BROS S I 4 WOOL mean l only HighrArt1 qioihMf 1mIxed co fixed Cast sheep eyes or other klna and cant threea or 1shrpdInter 11JIf I rity makers ubond trimmings hArt Suits beirfibricsIIL I u hArt OCoaLS t show bg f Overc ate750r 1 SpeCial valuesI OOJI j i i Ibt t rii 1 i I t jk 0 ttJDISCOUNT YOR CASH if ll if rij I am offering my Harness and Horse Ottls a milt rem 1rka lecp rrces and iylnfS prc nt disCIUI 1 Jqri all oods costing Sup Il 1 i WAGON BREECHING l4255 6 tG an75OS These Brecching aU mate ofleather Npa I cidti them Jfillingin HJor LIN5 allI made re eetllong sewedivitei linchLinea 1JginchLines 4a40 S21rWORKsa These Bridlesiall have heav J reins cut from a No 1 leather U J 1iFirich1HlD h wide perpair s4 Z inches wide per p rJ tr LOIJI BACK BANDS with8naps good and jhc 2 for for Ji fi GO0PSOLID1INCgKEsTRI d I n ss 4 a bit bargain 2 Bridles Ut2 PairHamea with straps 2 Trace Ch8Jns extra tieavy t ir l rJ2 Collars 7T4 t ri SetoZBreeching all leather 2j2 Belly Baids solid reather i1 1 Pair Lines 16 feet longt7 L Totall J t siwDiscountforcashTotal i g I j ti 1 pair T elsi J4 n ap e Tota1 0Lit i fr + 118 II Will make the complete for 164X Now is ypur opportunity to aemJi ify sei nt wait 11 you we have then heavier with prices in proportion Sj j BUGGY HARNESS per t9 50 We have etfJ2 Ityl f I giJeJwith each ess 1 pad1hjtch rope ai4 snapsforbc1dngstrapsad linesi HARNESS OIL the best 9nithernarket per gallon I WtfLwhile itf lasts for only l JV =y r fr j Tav the most cpmplete line of Harness Goods evfer siiwiiVi J Washmgtoir county Call and see for yourself f 5 lTv j jI CanSveyuMoeyR jpgNIc t Geo lj Begertian1 f Shop ih Old Baptiet Cr t q t Art oi wc ra Aoreeable The trufi art of being =jrr able tosppear well pleased with all the and to seem well tertaIned with them than to give en tertainment to them A mAn kw dls posed perhaps may not haVe much learning nor any witbut lfrh MaTe sense or something friW in his behavior it concUatevm liii than tho brightest talents wtdJo1lb jk disposition and later a man of SSsf a turn is alpost sure tor b trfate wIth respect It is true that be skoaWl aet dlsiemble and flatter in craipMyj But a man may be treify agrabl strictly consistent with truth ud s4meerigTby a prudent silence where M eam et tea cur and ft pleua t M aat wbrs M cant Now and then you eetwUk a per son so enIcty fone d te tkt JWwjlI IUjo everyoM that hMri- er ei4i JalllntW dt1OtstIt g1ftit n3t9s j btieoutl- y tk sctof ucb aawis4is the world and i c tb- awtnnCkrIsUa geIaci MUW- LT AUTIWOUC IF fY we allwoo just wool nd wool arenot cotton ori ton any of dyes atti em you detecta t The linings and honor iji We aso a and to f r a f CIlIa from are goO large blind and mj 1 2 3 xtra oulfit this roa J OC rIsrek pompany rather common Indeed Mt li1er7 OVer r t we YoEk3tt r 1 aimy of teye4 lie ttheBiIUhIteSae r llId hardly bets t g iut tbebI and eases froa th beta eothaaeau ht ibattleax sad tbesM bevIl lii pereea I be toed that a bMti41 mi Is sbtjibE 4115 s rI pelki- drew the Mtaa e tbaI- mea aM Os S- Uiectkm Tb MaTiiaa e1 tbe4 r fLrotpr ta1ai4Mb1 to weeiltiIwes iM b S r ei- bttlaxes a S e wbrk ot uMeit The ilzarJs ctitta b7 tr I1j r L i I I rT i l 4aHCD Jr 0l It 5 f 1 ff1 ta t tosi stha ct u1III M71a writer a tr c4tC t iMtte t 1k Mmir COTTdpOldltt dLuu t 4if squ tlon 1It CISU4CFO1 wlUL ktofeTtor ofa oroeoillM vmcti he T7 t deed Ds It w bkIg4kaleep I l qu 1 4 bejaa t- a ps4fore correipondIi 1t tt a loou raelght- reqentI ivoftk tkat ifYao15fwMjI1htr tfa ilv 1aey t 13Fned authecIthesdeduce e tkit r Wa1 Md a deftait weight In ao1thujoI I pruIt to poebIe wltht1o expertoenia rt M wiMLttlM correspondent of the 4 rB U made 7 iiiM rui4d a fer rs agofDr Xac4tac411 of Haverhijl Patleats Were weIghed in the I II lBg The scales used record ISST Jcr or decrease beyond fctyk if M buncrnot a partlcu dtlfcate iaatrtment tor estimat r EN witt of that part of the llv Mir VVcK usually regarded as h Mtpxiftia imponderable ti v tiejrs of a series t six ex i trm mHTx Sjacdougair placed pMM4rfcHrtrom pulmonary berc OfOI1elIlxteenJofr1t lolI uBceJeral J 4 iteAtfcwhea the beam end dropvtt 94 with M audible stroke showing a sudden j cle of threequarters c WBB o ac0 la weight What was r l rtfcf cauis ef thjj sudden decrease l Dr ltt7Macdoogall after ex01udlrigifie loss to escape of toreatk and fluid con It teai jjHf body fj Jeriporatlbn or other aatirAlIt coaciuded hat tM ttoijtji and sudden decrease wa8 j ro aot ike soul Bubstajiejj t ifrrttoilar JDitance the loul aI Ji4te LItb1IgrNII4ters tan ciuco Tfc eiperiseBter ext n fihiaob- MTtotteM W Stigs buLth reaiilts faWed were negative At the moment ifcW death the dogs body refused to 4ikow any alteration id welghtyWe are l tlu opiNion that the corresponde- ntjfiii44 ft eer Sail ln seeking to CXIJ1 the dis para ce of be sbdt er6c4NUlt In tfiSSjulcksand need not r take learBed ief Ii authpritles too J JuUt Dr MacdougaIls observa pI Jt ttM tola explained by a peculiar dc 5fiSiie pert of his scales or on ttt iia 4rteni who asSIsted yC1aVfUiratorhaYe refused to anyTsudden diminution In the c e the body at death J n th4actualac eptatlcolofthe terme i dsinespIrat1onandc1r- lcu1atr ihave ceased but in a more 1 strict sense the death of the body lIs 3i4the muscular system for In 4 t H being really alive some hours 1 4 ifH3FrtIe apparent death of 5idtindl t 1I t Tired Watches i fs CfalatiaQJL Strph a St Lobls JewI ii eler iirBjeaklnfv ol watcheaj sd I Luppos6ypu dont know that watchs like human beings some es dont go for the vert reason + y all tired 2tittd need rettng 1 omethiajfsbrought to tne wbckIsaIl r1gbtqthing about It j4 I out of order and It is fairly lehn aWhen they become sulky and refuse F io rnn except by flts and starts the IiIbest thing to do iwplay thorn aside V for a ood fes tf r w he Mechanism da tired watch f v see nVto be in perfect qjnditlonbut It fr just wont Work The factia that ibacaad faithful service has tHrown It slityout of adjustment in perhaps l1fft 1ien ester pl 1g and clea jrJs ad Tea dJV UnkG fino watch donerJ months rest will cause the iowjZtreactJust tSemselves 4thO tiatltime after care J cheerftfiffl Trees iwaeb isbas been foundJ Miifo4 patstIoarteos against l IthilI pa i ainiply to wet enough x- ntI 1 JHIt to thopointof consistency 6 1kUe arboU bid o he sub t 1aad palnWtheftrunka ofuhd- t reitir trees r st t t f Cur Wmtsr for Sheep I M6e yQtit do well without water dr1nkbjJt g h t + xiiantng war Is just as esaen 0 MalM good grass f jJ Jct l 1 n Knj w sir Stctt it5 r Jltaw 1e Fl t Oat ih 1I1tritlbottIqprccmzion glass witlour en i jntotSti e 1tSts4twentyfouiio r f ickilusfitaentjorsettling stringy or milkyi healthy condition of the kidneys too fre qaent desire tol paSs it or pain in Leare1sosymptozns that tell yor kiEy pdbladder are out otorder eOtOtitl1einowtedge WkatToDo Uon so xpraed that Dr 1ilmers JIeot thejreatkhlney nmed1a ibost eiery wish4iacdrcctjnj u pain in the bzckkidneyn rdeveryT1rtorthennnary lOrIeCtSiaab1lit7toho1dwater r Min j passusit or baa Ingase of liquor Wine or osroie tliatiiupleftsaut ue eoxsipelle to ga often 1Ii thy and tf get up tk night The manyrrlj to ffet of Swamp Root is u reaHzed ft stands the birfiestTj I I 4 weutori5t1rop Ita5flrkble 1tlaeedA iIt Ii7a NY Pentiog this HEWjS N lz if j f BANK i CASH I lMHMf Lot of Excellent Id ntlfl6a t ensto Offer but They pid rI tfy the fjarcAtilrtee NotIj r IngTeller j b fYou will haVe to be Iderfllfled be y4pr0 I can cash this checki for you itoadam J if lYou mean lhatcThave tOl rOVe that jSj ant the lady whose nameHis written tra thecheck Yes maam YOU are astratiger to me you know Do you kncV any one In the bank Np iI ddnit but J know a lady wfeosp husband Is president 6fn Jbahk in Detroit and one pf my cousins is cashier of a bank iii Louisville f have some of my visiting cards in my purse anclO here Is a little news paper cUpplng bout the death fnuncle of mlnejwhose name Is tho sam that mine was before J was marriecU He wftB my fathers brPther andrr 7 That Would hardly serve nsan Identification You Would havO1P1 bring someone bere who kn I hope you dont think that fadj trying to get sometblng that dojesnti belong to me DoI look like aper Wife wpuld come In here and try tcf t bna checktMt waEnt + mine I can tell ypu Just exactly hoIand where I gotttiat c ltfMc It was sent to me as a birthday an uncle of mIne who always m e something on my blrthday his blrtlidayvand mine comes sentbl I very same day This year thI that be would send me the n4 pt ppht Smet tng for i ana4l bave hla letter TlgM IdcnJlty 1lrI Then you ought to know sOme9pe who could Identify you lnthld bank pontjyou know someone In this part of thQ city vho could Identify youT 1cbfn of anyone I useditq- knoti oMrI Baul Smith who repaired ratchtln t1ieq xt block but he died a year or two ago andOh rthink that a friend bt mine named Jones horo Mrs W fijjjrJbnea hto jacequnt 3 Y68vBhrbaa Tiaifbrlng Hef here- With yo and It will be all rlglit that JJiaveYcuiCuieitti to say to go nd get her and drag her In with me to say that she knows me before you pay me thatm ney Of all things I cant dO that for she hsi gonq to Bermuda for a month Isnt Itenough that I know her a dthat kpow aho1its ai account her 1 Do Jdu tflink4that ram a lIarIf my husband br iny brother 0 hero Is a JW1 tintype picture of myaeir b1enonrt he beach ond dayjlastiSum mer Wont that do as an Identification You see that 1 have on the aame chain Arid locket that I have on In the picture and the same dress skirt JTbtfi la no identification madam forlp fv V dUkeii know wIry it isnt Theres the picture and here am I What meiredo you want And hero Is a let WiJn my bag that 3 nm Just going to mall ta a sister of inOie H- vjm out west You can see that the Jhandwrittpg on the envelope Is the siae that on the back of the check where I have wrlttenmY name 1am afraid you do not under stand just what It meana to beldenti JledJor t understand it means a lot b thet and red tale and 1It implies thata lad 1 a t11lef tt she c nnnAlnn dra 4rf three or four people to take oattP tfiaiahe lan t Ill have you to know tht l siand as well In the corn munity Ih which i live as any ladyMq It and mf family connections are good enough for me tobe ft member of the Daughters of the American Rev olutloHf for both of my parents had andeators at the battle of Bunker Hill and mother was a direct descendant of one of the first governors of Vlt1 glnia and yet I cant get a check for iO cashed here without Iralllng hia lot of people to swear tlult 1 am who tnmanli Why MrtGrlgsby Is thltfyoiT I didnt expect to meet your 1 never was here until this thouiing When I came In with a small ctteck to be cashed Identify moT 0 tha you Blr Grigsby Puck ftj jbpeantjj illthavq low light pjit Jn It you wsh and Illlglve yojii my rbckfer and a JiicQ Iacurtainufld Iet you liiive IndadeT idextra afternoon maam I couldnt think uvt atayin The work do be hard an mo healttt that dlliket I musht go at once me brother do be tnkjn me Jtp the seasbote tomqrrow tjie hate IS much letteA me i 4 But what shall lao NQ cockand- nil these boardjrsf Would 10 suit you 1Au1 ness me third always snljTme heart Was that sort anto desajjgjtou iailio time avlstress Ill shtayYs Ill go back Spme kitchen hate OiSb Jiate aH buckle to an the victualIit will scarodiits all Tight an put up wid thk curtain but It would be gndofyor- s1cer lts style strikes nfi art tlle ex try afternoon an bctttex toilet soap an the tin dollars Ill take off me hat but ya came by the sUln of n hair to losln zOo maam Argpnant WOMENHAVESTRONGER EYES i Records Show Vfiat the Genfre Sex w Have Better Sight Than the Men ExPert opthaimolog1stssucb as have tecorda thdusanda of cases of more or less defectIvevWIpii4peq that tho eye of the woman is no more near sighted and no more far ftlghtjbil than that of inan Physically thpivjo sexes wv on exactly the saD levelI through ont the whOle atfuctjrral condition of their eyes fc rJ lj jut there are recorda dlsputed It gtjTjs being Incomplete wbich as11ablthe averages ahdw twp womdn out eWrIThoueancI colOr blInd wher ontbatcorecalt tbatCaien bQh1g 1 Iltt tar doroSrerzs1 for color 1 es b 1 t10fthtJrrc4 1lfitp dosecttr do yen3iTfr Ir 1h icm3t c3pyrghi brAMoclaledUtcnrr Jy child ar yfLsure Mr- sCrcatonojacu1ateathat nervous lift of the brows Alice Moore her daughter slit t ymonthsjnarirled Jup sqddenlY 11- glnghicr fists bbyfashion into much Swollen eyes She was an unpom jmonly pretty young woman but had wept and raved herself out of all comeliness In tlio fiour Shehad wait ed for her mother Mrs CreSton had answered a tempestuous summons expecting nothing more than tile usual arterhon ynioori Quarrelj and been stunned demand to take 1her1I ting on every itord Tqthlnk 3M shOzldaot ii wouldntmincI mUch lf iIti was anybody y ting ind pretty bul to slight nie for lh TYoUi Mrs Creston coaxed i Alice had sunk bodk among heripjllowis From them sheSBld Shes aMiss Snilth nbf all namesIoo knew her years ago it sdemannd actually sbbehaepu4i tha belonged to heri He Jias made roe thave heir bcrewOli at finat t didnt mind though 1 never really llkgjl her atlU sha was so plain and ever cquldjnttihousejntliogdlnwlthsatd Jn fun I meant to steali tho cookaway lbert Miss Smith camo liI at me Idugnin hard jtVilcr1f you corijThon I cjh take Joo with aiUperfectjy good con science t JJ IF T i must say that was bold Mrs Creston Interrupted brldlfng Her daughter went on JPe laughed ns1 much as any orUs1 t he JiJajtnjt Bepn quite the same ever since j told hIm coming JiereJ I thought she was an old catand he said Whatj a pity vmofe women arent cattyi But the next day he brought me a new ringand fhe day jftfer took mo to the o errfhsd 11 overlooked things until last week Jhen webadbox seatsfqr tKe Savoy and Islinply odhdjiVliftnr bead Oull nbw what maY headaches are how 1 cant blear anybody about me MI iold jIpphV toyst gorand t he f todaJIrstrongly her Tiands over her face Well Mrs Creation encouraged Alice sat im nehtni her hands to her tforehead iYfJull take me homo o- feoursoaadriadbavo a lawyer to see about a separation Ill never agree to a divorce It would please them too well i Alice fcant you tella straight story Mrs Creston asked sharply Agnln Alice shuddered Pm com lug to the lwotetp rthe said drop ping her hands This marnln she called Over the phone rathdt made her maid call that in Itself was sue vicious When t answered I could hear her indistinctly prompting the girl what to say And the girl stUd Oh Mrs ioore please tell Mr Moore the moment he comes home he ls wanted amidships kola two tythree Hell understnd7ou wont forget Then of Course L asked r nswcrjwassure toflend hIWunl s tQp aobelll- ose a great change You sep they have an understanding falk In cipher asitwerebWhat tidyuanswerIrs CresI tonqskeL jAlice bridled hung up the re celver with a bang she sntd begin nldg to beat a tptoo upon the carpet Her mother sighed knitting her forehead bpt iaffer a nitnutd said Velll Theres pothing for It but to wait and watch As sure as Joa Moore commits himself tully home you comeJr wish ihough you could watt a fewiyeors hes rising you could gOt such splendid alIUoif An hour later Joe the culprit and the ensndrlng Mies Smith stoSd considering covetuoualy three particularly flue rusfl IjTaoh was unique after Its jdndrtogetlieri thye were ofIOQt a Jwas doing h6r best to salve his pride He had frierida willing to bury him but he wanted to bury hlmelf as well as to pay hospital charges Tho rugs well soldt would do both iJoe who had a house to embellish spendmontalked 4t over before Joe wenrWo on a flying trip The purchase was t4 be a protound1spaet from Alice until Tier birthday next month When the rugs would be fepread out to surprise and dellgbt her She bad discriminating rug knowledge but11np mlsbtlly impresbcd with the frfct sortfniiahlmirk MfsSShad the usual woman sense that Joe far aom time protcgs r Had chosen rather Swith to keep the secret inviolate the cipher call had 1 coP riccJl on jlja Smith thought she know womQn bnt It had noi dawned upon her that AtJce woRM btJealous She had made Jbdcal urjetjt because another 11081 slbt rlrchaaer rhad 9paredwIth a dealer at tier elbcw to prompt anni atlruulatc bidding Joe had got thai message through htil7soptlttouched tie silkiest jot The rugs ca rosstngly Saying rather low ThOnblshing Romhbetr threewholo days cltt dtie4stougb a7zriitWastisald7plckIO M minehnenough ryou Vd limit yotr to one only Im cramped or rug space recTOl myoute9oIceaYouare ii fool ToeIn Splto of Q 1g HIfi Miss Smlthanswerej IUg sSril Y kantgJvef t l 1t nbtb1tl2 dt rnandod i114 make thrA thpusand out 6t this west nn TThetnousRdO4Is 1 bect1Use ltgive best lightof a1- lIampsTh v Ray teso1t mellow diffuse orsr the eye because it c YQU canuseyoureyaIq Wuhunder the Rayolight wit out tralL The Raya Lamp is lowpriced and even though you piiyS 10 or 20 for other lamps yoifniygetmore expensive decorations tilt you cannot get a better light than trfe lowtpriced Rayo gives A strong durable shadeJlolder holdS the shade dEl firm and true This seasons new burner addsstrength and appearance d Once a Rayo User AlwaysOne IerStandard Oil Company Incorporate v I criij ness ttZ3l4lPLyouJAlice will r jand nurelntimethatmatrimony 3liss th InterjfedI- itiijjogUV nCfl k ldOat Joitaldwives buf Alice i4Uce la as geners- ous as sunahlne tljJibewaving him goodby fs Iheyplef meeting place WheH was out ot S1L h amUedat first ithj merry mqllcc then somewhat ad1r As she walked on something haunte lerth bating g of the receiver pntho hook Sh had some way caught Itj as one of1mcssagesDelnways also full otldfUrdhel decided to see Alice right away TI ij sWenedunte4d AIrS Cr ston uton the seeps That ladys frigid 1et reproachful Sjl wJd her that sh had done wtjll tocome Smiling This Morning She Called jOver cI Pfibnev Sf her best she put out ametainlng ihand saying plednntl y f4t Cres- ton do Ileasojturn ba Tour molhlniIWay i your advice f Mrs Ctestoi gipod He Indeed was aQvcpturo JHut before he make up her mind what tdsa SheI was In her aughtcra prcBenco l ajoUhningMjalways stupldutIovJt on dare tell Joe I betrayedjfhlm ilwouldntI only you ought to have olcesU the rugs are adorable butiBoho has ones fancies So please pijLpn your liat and copio with me 1IycS are worth so much more than ordsas- we gp Ill tell you the wholtory Late that night Alice llokAlI lln from Joes siiouiclertn saf as she stroked his cheek You n y9t ask the juices men you knowtp dine tpnikWs Smltbk INo Terepho cd Preset tfon tjt i yspeptte- wbQbad moved to the an be and wanted nq 91d prescllptl filled k hurry sohe trlcphoned ba the pro scrihtlon that hLI 8cthlnv Rearryln the unimer Very politely the Newi ork drug cistt regretted that he cPu ttno conrmodate him Why not5 shld the dyi pIle have given jou thenqnlbe the date and the nnriie 6f the docti and the- dntgglt fr this Store Is at niy clboSv tojtakedpwn wh or you sat miataie ip I ore cannot pc an 5That lay tie ory tin was the t cannot telepono the I copyIor put i pjhd tto you U do anything ui 4act to hajlp you outI except to tolwhthio the prescript no That is opt it the gues tipn lThe d spepUc std helwould be blessed a id tujrced to thc thiagodrtfg gist for sympathy B got no sympath utfekne he wouldnt said the druggist N6 druggist on earth will tplephPn a prescription Jo another 1INorth America has cpgnted as p cold prp ucing contlnont Ajnly sInce weUUnVOdol historysearcbeworld which began In1 9 th prli jryateer Captain Shelvocke found In certain California valleys rich black mold w1ichas uptoWith go diduat yhougK we Wore a agajstthepossiblethatprQmlsCUOUSh common earth yet wo otfeiavored to c1 8omorxuoeItLAfMA tJ waysomtnft 4 TAJJE W REIGNS OF TERROB j Pathos ofvMttJe Nicoles Execution Oerce acgIy Killed t pec arcrrro ervcr M Lenotros book on the experl4 ences of the Gascon royalist the BSfon de Jf1tz7 anEhgllsh version of firstpublishedandfjt is surprisigthat It was not a slatejtd before iSlOi De Batz was I of the atrangftattflguros of the ncrQvolutIon He Is said tp hav u ed his norm us wealth In bringing about distrust Among the revolution afy leaders and in prlpplliig flpance and thus hind much to do with tie end of tim but 1ely There was one terrible Incident of the executions prf ceding tho fall of Upbespjcyjre thufs narrated by M Leriotre In this vptl ufeie j A certajn maO of great stTengtV and hardness one of those athletic people whoro all muscle and ha no nerves wngered that ho wouk watch the execution at close quarters without flinching Whether he stood with the executioner or not I do riot know Fpr a longtime he bore It uri raovedj butwheu little Nicole canto Upon the scaffold and arranged herj self upon the plank and said gently to the executioner Monsieur shall l bo all right like that his head swam and his sight failed hInt his Immense strength gave way and he fell to the ferSund Fota moment he wjasi thought to be dead arid was carried Louie Light Attracts customers In the downtown section ora city the theater audiences come and Igo through two avenues leading to car- lines Ahabordasher has a shop In a side street between these two Chan easotablet convinced him that the theater took those avenue not because Insvore especially convenient nor fatter of habIt but simply be hey were light y1tcdlie put electric sign big enpu hto tight his section of the dark Bide street he diverted enough travel past hik windows every night to Increase jj mate riallj the dally sales Saturday Evening Post Happy at 103 WiillaHntCwho yesterday eJe brated aTfAMndeor Workhouse his hundred and third birthday jwhen asked If he would like to go for his usual walk Into the village of Old Windsor replied No thank you As this Is my birthday I prefer to spend It at home He looks e workltouao ns hIs home uPoit happy daythbre U rose i t beforet1broakflst rived for him For dinner thd o d man had boiled beer vegetables and bread He spenttheei afternoon wl h his Mends at the vorkhouse and having tutu a good tea went to bel at oclockLondon Dally Mall t One Thing pertain The tourist from Chicago usually makes herself seen and h6aHi One lady of such tendencies anno ncnh n surprised auditlie In a London boarding house that her ijUab ind hidl wtiMeji to say that he was iPlng to buy an automobile I know eut jlfeJl Ifo In for a ngcar ruiplngaJ5pund said voluble B tone thing Is dOlt well 0 our own garbage Checkmated I ant very sorryto see you down and onH old roan Hpw did you come to this cpndltion I started out jo astonish the world IiuiteadtIie And then= world astonished me tJ A Scrofula disfigures and causes life pngh1ier- yChildren befeorae strong and lively iwhen given small doses if ScotIEmohieirevery body is Fed the svolIeT glands healed arid the tainted blood vitaIi edIGood food fresh air aim Scotts Emulsion cohi quers 1 ai1d111 Y other blood cUsdasep t FOR SALS BY AlA DRUGGISTS Send lOt name of papef 4ncjtljli ad for Ipurbeaigifut Saving Bank tjiiCltUdB 8kelc n6ok Each bonk toU1ns M GootZhck1enuys VI SCOTT ABOWNE409 PetJSrNY I 0 i i- IF j B kDesrrfrt by Philip p g Volcano Greatastc EiftidffTaal Recorded In ll4ouTVa dNUrnr jdlls Small yiuages Wire llWIn f OUt r rreiJo sqntralt or mtt Kr terof Taal raineteonei1l feet an t5ICfeetwhat IrrMular but Jstjiowiiere brok Udgntitnlowost ls 42C toot It is said that Coshltia In Japan Is the oniynithor voc no ot1 similarly low altitude Within ho rim aje two hot pools known rs peetlvQly as the rellowand this greon Jake and a little active cone above 50 feet in height from whfch escape steam and sulphur ius gas m varyins qHintltiea Inlllup lllce an ifamepsebubbl j which sisIng above the surface finally bursts causIngthe tertaqu usvvaljbreflcapln Is jicleht to form abroad smokellke column which la visible especially during the night and In the early juorSlhgl At some distance and efprd reach- Ing the edgefpf tha craterwnera yeY pf the bottom cart be obtained eru21JUng Sound producedby the- fcaifing vapor under the hnfiuica be msterloOs subtetranean forces can bef heard like that of an Immense boiling kettle Thla greatest eruption of Taal took onlyCragtilentnlflchQt to destroy four Villages lying About the lake The ash Sempe says fha8 now Indurated and a new growth of bambob f and palms has sprung up around tho projecting ru Ins Father tuencuchlllo wrote also eruptionfronti Tjhe eruption sa1ron May iS iind tfngthlsiUmethe eruption were coh lnuatfr chung Ing It was 200 lays of devastation ana ruin for the lInhabitants to whom the time must have appeared an etef nUn During thisp terrible time the four principal towns of the lagiina of Lil1llaTahoul iIlages around them tWIII Impossible to describe the beautiful coloring effects caused by the different mlnerqU deposits on the w1lIs and cliffs pf the crater Ajthe lake Is fed from underground springs and no surface water dralife Into It It Is as clear as crystal nail touch pooler than sea w tZJlndhils an abundance of flqe hardfleshed fish which arli highly esteemed W e FlU pinos of the region They are gamp fish anti some reach a size that makes their capture with light tackle a mat ter of some irclifflculty The clear water of the 1ai e has an other marvel that well worth see Ing Sdmo comparatively modern eruptions of the volfcano covered some towns in two of which only the church roofs are visible Others are completely submerged and on days when the surface cf tM lakaMs un ruflled one rcan look down dind O the fish dart through doors and wlhK AtloWs of oijce papytoH8JarrloVyThe water 25 featdcp but sp cle arthat every detail la Visible J ChJnjiThe10 death easily procUres substitute Some poor wrelch wUhout money to i cure his Spirits Irons becoming wan doting devIls v1tJitho price of his 1111can rct1recan bb done If you have the money It Is this belief that causes the Ghtnnmap to commit suicide by taking his Jlfoion the premises Of his ehemy to take vengeance fin hlinr HJa spirit he believes will forever haunt him There Is anptSer reaspn also he knows that aa sure as fate the officials wljl under such clrcumgtahces como dpwh upon his enemy and strip him of eVPfyUing Poor Chinese have ben known to selL everything they possessed tear down JMelr houses to sell tlxp timber sell or rent out their wIvesarid children Ind even sell themselves to procure money for the proper rites for the peace and cpmfort tfflhe ancestral Spirits One hlns done lie wiU riot do namely sacrifice hv sonKtin neth F Junior M D in National Gee Iraphic Ma iisine After Thinking l Over Id the i1lhess we granted i a20per dent In Wo8e in your rlaryZ yes Vdjd tltfcjk of doing sq but ve decided to nrvitrato with you OhJ On wfhat4iasls1 1 tlioughtlcl f tlstnY If Yon would Sgreo to furnish ts lhik r need tier my fountain phn J k t SAntO of cautiousjesc v S ymqur VpuVB Tidr ksUfafcautlous mali foj1I011lJl foj i f iTIi JATCHESHjEALo- wch Jaw Was short and Was Likely to Sttarilbuf hlkjt Now EaJt Grslnf Andd16On IndEIDedwntir has1 a lieu in hlsa ckJl washatCbed With a idi e tie iQsnJrjaw JIt cpud not pick up grain ahihfas a retjIt was near starving tq death after f had passed thoisoft ocJ stage Delawaler Jaylngit biackiimitb hIs troublelSnelaotf told Dolawatezto brlig tlthen to his shop jHa measured tie Slower biak and shaped a piece pf Unto fit over the stUb muchaker the- niannor of a tbothJcrown When the operationwas cdtnpletet Jibolso beat terert aomi corn on thiefloorof hshop nndTho admits jeTlrjirlaib at the JNQWj any In the Jock I teederaIt i1yL t fl I Have BarstbTIP Li oE- 3J 1J 5rte I eFor Dyir- Thirti Yea- rsCASRIA s N155W ss BUSINESS lNFecpsnfzea fife importance of conducting pH buhinese1dU lJ teleplione both call and Jorfg diatence It iIa ing timend money nexlpdte1ephoteorvice oi L had IoyeV the lines of the Cumberland TelephjseandJr lp i r Long distaiice c nl1ecti nS tprtHt United States prates reaspTJabei seiwieithe eit Jr UIfND 1L1ONE EG B OMIA Incoropn ed r t 1 r t i 1 grippelam1 I andCia Jr YOU for wjiatl Card ul hasdone for me rah J Gillilandof Slier City N C wI JIhou1Ie for ten years and nothing seemed ti istre it I I onlythreeI I thedoctors1 i Take cIwI1 J 42 The Womans L i Ijj For the Of any serfouf tGrip Cardui is the ibest tonic Y otrcan jitSe t Ic It builds strength steadies the Iioiv1ieappetite guteUs Irregularities and b1pIl JWt JMik the Ltd natural glow of health r if v 1 Cardui is your best ffiehd if yoii only inewEl bishdl 1 Remember you cannot get the w aroui iiI in any other medicrns 1o lIeyriot far sate i 1in any drug st9r except r in tli lrduii bOW Try CarduL I Write for La4itsAdvbory1Depi chattanooga =t i 4 1eutot Special Iiutruetiota md64pazsbiook hIoancT kee j k r mTT ill jOf the pain many women expenenee illmonth it makes thoigcntteaess and kimfo psBtay died With womanhood seem to be dDost 4 4F tJgardsQsinot gladly be tree from this recurring period pi pala Vi Pierces F4vorItq ciiJJIfJiaIItII A weak women troas sad Mtlf wse well aiitl Ulna rem fredovsfrer palm It c5ro6sftc reSafarlty sude IaIa m motion heals ulceratioN wad cures Jte male Trcanes5 Sick women era ihvifed to consult DPiercci Jiyli 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