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IWII 1 f IIkI i ESTABLtlfElJ it n j NllW l iJi r7 rmr T 7 I lofT t 1Ir Id f j r Vlj 1 lJ r L j SPRINGFIELDAISNTSN KENTUCYriIAPWARY f d i121wii1 i i IL 1 lW oJt 4 rIE ftK HVr Many ftwl i Awt Isff1 w t ITh Atait UM Abocir1es of Japaa haTViir Isgsstia outblf one j ci irtBik is very pretty It te UM mTa JICItt writer l lii Skylark w to live in heaven OSM W ilM Ctoi at heaven sent llil ewii tH earth with a age for tjis irbo Twe ke telling hi- mtcMatssiaday1aatthe1Itte F I wda a 9ta 4iaat ftar 4 M plafi Ha waa bit tiat ltbgaa to grew u s 1Iw tlnedto TbaTi retursrWx MOnftup and said yW iwt retorst as t told LLir A iWbrr you have d1t mr wails yen hallmef rrr cO hISS but live upaitk If AltkoAfh 70C stay att as4 Jo IIIP U kNy R yet you APJ1 1 te iet aay klgher than of six XeetJ The 4lBglr concerned 1tHQfM with God eald r the world you it a HaufUl I could not hell L JateAJi wiiffiiy Kack to h aven In this way WgMWftrfd OoC But God did not 4 birdfpiIwestas high as he could plead JstspiH th tlsat yet God would never heaventhMirtli to Pk7 After a time ie as cd asS dM the aame thing yet otit set e UMt Thesame thing esrtlsmss to happea BOW every pm bat Qod yr will allow him to rMrL Thta aa I have sTtrtlaid syia spiritual iutj Jt Oeisto- ebees a happy incident for It Isigttrlklat eeatrast to the other I which are more or less stu Pk4OiaUq1rMt and Strem 1 j 1 C rTIESS MIS iA HOSTILE ROWER 4 S1 ftfttr tfafltOverqr the Prt Aslvtcated the vsM RMtrletlena trait was a time la England when fsnrcnuMat iiMelally viewed the pres MaJn tilopowsr to be destroyed il sMblt be evUd at any cost In 111 Mecsf LEafraoYellleerot i w Cg4 ra UMHI Ma Pro i iti la rfertQ 1i= iIteadvcaWaIIriiI dli1ratpc1atiEs U wen fr the ktitieiiMna aad tMImfUa and te that Were ipoa the premlaeia I stationershwkpeddlers abtUs igers plfcts earrlers hackney eatmea1usd ar1nersAtKepeaal of LBatraagt was that cul theCHI HM vtalbl badg ur nark ot Igno teyas a halUr Iak4 a4 t a hatband toeklmg blue sad another red a Mcebist with ar d letter or S Vipesiilt A fewysars later IEsfrange 1rellte bitter by declaring that atAmllC wltfrheorlsouan gict a kind of cblorkble right and to lIt vut bIl dillng with the gwern satnV rIa lif5 cLKstrangij was kiIakta t L4 I Kxtiuablt Confusion 2 QM who coaitruea strictly the zt rw rtto which are found In ancient V tory sad song may not Infrequtentlj readlato the texts meaning exactly w a sWu to that the Write attempted st A ldttI t t4 ot 9 0 E t thaMack1related that la the panic t 1857 f a Freaehmaa in New York said he IfrM k should Ice SIIJILI prori- etrWkYiMfleat thii aad yet w 1 Isirafehat prffriety and prpcerty T haje exactly the same French iderfva tlon We hear one speak of an anec doiadkNow that a short divenUn story is Jterred to fetymologlcaUy pItaM aoetkIng 8 let unpub llsh d To prevent which is jnow to I rcmt bJ jtaLtiUF qriglnal t rajtilcfpaltei A glrlwas lanclwitly a OUEE perii of qlther sex Paradise iaprl tal tOBguer mcant bniy a rby- akAkaaYswaav once merely a lad aad vllUla a peasant To be silly w Ia viti Jmclent sense to be 1ii Ea Idiot was a private cltli sea as distinguished from an Offic 5Iodermiicii the same as In the pre ft atday kath4aced comes from a food Aag1oSaioa lenin which meaD proJbeing therefore Inn b rA or to aftDll mat 1r oftea andered why the M l rpl ot thi ountrt cild cM Indlins said W J4 K0r i adahaAmerican the 1etfI meeting of thl lArchsiSeeg kaI society rifts jssssss the oae supy rn jjaifc lMptopatahlilty te control tSbNj la lthm to this thet zLSI4a s aslforator of no tiaHty JIe ite aVgood workerv aa4 tt will b tout that as soon as taILisa beth aa ladlvMua and tribes the 4MSM u his Mbltioa will he i 11tH iy 1 havs kaewa kgre t easy twW warkW hard fr a coaip teac Md thy fei thsaMMlvM to dea 2 n we 400s ot keep busy Mas4swsIttett7Ooaaid the a we giv P Mviac tateresta aa Mc Is that he Isio4ai I I wtI1 ao w H Fea41- Iag sat t1 r u iN a Wa wMfosa jdlMMM and abso iaU losJM Vyaw will stop to atody tU matter oc W TI1L NEWSl =4 1 LEAI1 Ri 1 j Y ft yiDischarged DanvIIe1Ky san 7CJlaynI Cart w o iyas charged killing bis mother Mrs wIthIIl Carter at Junction Ci 1tabursdayby County Judge Coulter after t hearing the evidence in the exI at thForrestto 4Mon of the accused was v 2afed on the stind in his woh rs lap and testified in tfmanly ishion that hehwas playing wjth a shotgun and that the gun went off npisgranctanother h Be said that his father fohippdl playing with itheguD and that when he shot his grandmother be ran away to the house ofa neighbor so that bis father would not whip him Bis testimony was ptraightf ward and on this evidence his father was released Appointed Secretary f 7 rFrankfort Ky jan4W itvhasbef3napp to Charles C iMcChord recently appointed by President Taft as a member of the Interstate Com merce Commission His salary Willie 2400 a Year Settle iis a young attorney of this city anti before moving here resided in Louisville where he was connected with one of the trust companies hHe1Settle ofthe Appellate bench Solves a Deep Mystery Iwant to thank you from the hot torn of my heart wrote C B Rader of Lewlsburgf W Vaufo the won derful double benefit I got from Elecjttrie Bitters in curing mol both a 1 eere pase of 8t4T4 acb trouble and 6f rheumatism from which I had tfeeeb an tttte1t j ri though made just for me for dys pepsia indigestion jaundice and 4o ridthesyatcm of kidney poisiops hat cause rheumatism Electric Bitters has no equal Try them every bot ttle is gyaranteed to satisfy Only SOc at Haydon dc Robertsons f Whi Have Initiation j bTheColumbus haselected February 22 as ttfe date for holding the nmtvveen thirty arid forty will take the degrees It is likely that eworkwill be exemplified by the Louisville council Lebanon council is now quite comfortably situated in its new home A li brary arid many other features nave been inaugurated and the Knights are rightly proud of their splendid quarters Tne coming initiation will increase the membership to more than two hundred Lebanon Falcon 7 1I Opala Lucky Stone eModerns regard the opal an unlucky stone and there are thousands so superstitious they willcot wear It under any cir cunistancis Ancients held no byodrous mineral silicon dioxide which buffers from quartz in that it contains water varying from 2 to 8 per Cent land at times even more They regarded it an Ien fact in many sections of tht East the opaltstill is thought to mtakE its weare beloved of God ahdmant so ling as the wearer trusts sincerely in its power The Austrian crown j+wets con tberOrrdIt i 7ef sGrant Stratton a well known tvoung man of tie western end of tb tcounty had narro escape tram a horrible death at his vttHe was leading a cop to the creek and tied the halter around his body while he closed the engate The animal becam fright IIthdragging him for severall bund rdyatdsBe was fouqd in an unconscious condition jand it is feared that he Is internally Iin fr jured JDm n Negro GivnHeaHrg J Abroad Flying Traiu Shelbyi ville Ky5 Jan 7DIck Bejntly a nerp suspected of atIkiug Minis Ethel Wh te at- zwrepceburgKy llIst Monday wspgiven a preliminary bearing onj board a swiftly jmoying Sou rn Railway passanger train today while being taken to the Louisville jail fur safekeeping fie was bound over ttheApril term of court Feehn is yery strong against Bently iu L wrenceburg and he will reI main in the Louisville prison uiitil Jbis case is Called in tbeI i rmer cityIramart Spring Mr Chas Burkhead cf Bush Grove bas been visiting rein ti yes at this place Mr Asa Royalty of this place b asgoneto Bowling Green to school Mrs George Shirley spent Wednebday with Mrs J B Royalty Mr D C Derringer purchased from Mr Harvey Thompson a nicei bunch of shoots at seven cents a pound L M Saterly has moved to a farm near Willisburg Prof Samuel Wells and HedJ ger Hale bad a large spelling match at Tatham Springs apd all the pupils did welL j Maudie Royalty of this place as been spending the lastt few weeks with her sister Claudia Vandevieur at HarrOdsburg Miss Ethel Saterly spent Xmas with her grandmother Mrs IBrown near Fairview Mr Speed Shirley has moved from near Tatham to a farm seven miles west of Springfield Mr Silas Bnrkbead has moved tto the farm which L M Sater ltUrecentl1 ov difroDl1 The farmers have had a good ttobacco season and they are all busy trying to get their tobacco ready for market J W Saterly who has been IIUrorl sometime is some what belter at this1 writing Mr and Mrs Abe Kays has J een visiting their daughter at f Sharpsvillei Death In Roaring tire ay net result from the work of JireJ bugs but often severe burns are aused that make a quick need fw Bucklens Arnica Salve the qulcke snrest cure for burns wounde bruises boils son It subdues Inflammation It kills pain It soothes ahd heals Drives off skin eruptions ulcers orJ piles Only 25c at Haydon Robert sons Henry Watlcrsons Sorrows One of the saddest sights we aiave seen for a long time was Editor Henry Wetterson of tbe Courier Journal showing plain ly in manner and speech the effects of his family bereavements He cams ever to the Seelbach and in the conversa Lion with the writer said I should like to be with you and make myself one of the boys again bu itis impossible My troubles are almost greater than I can bear Two years ago I bad five children Now I have only one and that one has caused me more anguish than his death would have occsoned It Tde great mans frame shook as he recounted lib sorrows and it was almost pitiful to see the once vigorous man show that aRe and trouble are sapping bis life He has been one of the greatest and most influential men of his day and everybody hopes it is not done for many years yet tbougb iit will tax even as stout a heart and as strong a brain as his to withstand the burden Mr Wattcrson went on to say that be and his wife usually went to Florida to spend the cold season but the hurricane of last fall left hardly a board of his home at NaplesontheGnlf and that instead of going there this wintertl1evwoutdBII shortly for Europe and spend sOme months in Southern France Lexington Herald LOSTOnTueSdaVa December 20th on Min StreeHn Spring field fa five dpliar bill Finder will please returne to this office andte 5eivei reward f r Elopfd to f I A marriage wbicti cane as a- Jreatsurprise was that of Miss Pearl Williams to Mr Jesse eloped to Jellbo CleunSunday night where they were fmarried the following morning return Monday even InK The bride is a bright and pop ular young lady a daughter of former d puty sheriff JB Will iamB The groom is a POpal r young man 17 years otge aid a son of Mn John Chtkbap vt Gravel Switch They have many friends who wish Ifor them alll happiness aid iiucceai LeTf anOn Falcon C tificateReEik4diI fChartei Treasury Department Office of Comptroller of the Currency Washington D C December 31 1910 Whereas by satisfactory evidence presented to the undersigned it has been made to appear that the First National Bank of Springfield located in the town of Sprinffldfn the County Washington and State of Kentucky has complied with all the provisions of the Act of Congress jtenable National Banking Associations to extend their corpotate existence and for other purposes approved July 12 1882 as amended by the Act approved April 12 1902 Now therefore I LawrEnce 0 Murray Comptroller of the Currency NaICetythof Washington and State of Kentucky is authorized to have aaccewJon for tie period specified in its amended article of association namely until close of business bn January 2 1931 In testimony whereof wit sE OflofticethilS1atdayOfl Comptroller of the Currency Charter No 1767 Extension No 1010 Diphtheria Prove Fatal 4 Miss Madeline GOodlthelj year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Harry Goodin died at the home of her parents in Loais ville Tuesday nIght after a three weeks illness of diphtheria Theburlal took placeiin Louisville yesterday Mr rand Mrs Goodins youngest sOn1 Harry just recovering fronsn attack of diphtheria The parents in their sad bereavement have the heartfelt sympathy of a bos ol warm friends in Lebanon The deceased was an attractive and accomplished young lady and her death was indeed a sad blow to her parents and relatives Marion Falcon FOR SALE A few line M B urkeysTIMrs R A McInUreR 2 TlffitWW RLL R tan to bi A idi1 EvsryCw1tIQ JII ifft rcng tbtfa present ysro4onthntk y took raak wfotlwprefcf ivi State ia oaf tjjiilptf and ion of thirtJStothern Stages to take osTsJiacsfthe idve f+ J o fl thiWqrdre fJ 1f ordle hIabet borers TM1 ivUI onhitiat1tlI Yofbi d Mhoi b1ill1atitawhhowta lOte of- ii octxoice 1wI1appeara lft bm peforHfldeai Iaid ibM1 BOW being wak eel 8 jtpfJBveniatiel diseasesi TlitfiirtylcaUBof bUtha and death wiilbc preieryed for all fireihQof Jrneft iajblftvatnrmy arto 1eingIIii Jt aJj1J lin8tpTdet0rmine ajfd for hol tiPttblco ace i jury Mr yjce ytirUikry HrYice eteIcprofeaaidnsi liabili ty a4trJeiBd labor Jaws age olr con tud of irresponsibility fqrclii8- Tie Df rUiate ofdeaCh which sUt4W hethtrornot the patient haijdie4 of a contagions linfec tIoQmLUICj31e diseise wilt enable the State Board of HLbt3atUt1tibgerw1tb cert 1b1 refi tli ipnaand preca tibfis tio thai itef aeadless slaughterl by prprentable diseases of the cWieas of the Statbwill l e checked ifcilt i iiitrarj for eetii ctttstt i bfen ippoinfodj cbmraiMiioaed and irnishad with theneceiiar supplieatto begin their wor1i Physicians are required to report within ten 4aYs the births that occur hi their practice and to give the facts required upon tbo form of deb c rtificatS adopted by the Census andtprovidedior by this law The undertaker IIs required to procure the personal and statis tical particulars with the slfna tareoftbeiriformanv and to Plo care from tbepbysician the facts relating to the at5eof death This certificate is then presented to the Local Registrar who is sues a boriafbr removal permit r It becomes unlawful fpr ceme tery keepera sextons or owner of private burying grounds to M THE EWSLEADERJS BARGAIN SUBSCRIPTION OFFER 0NE DAY ONLY JANUARY 30 19IU- t jf SubscriPtionwebavearrangedwith theirpaperHnndreds of ourlreaders take adailv liaper is well aioursjn order tolceep fully abreast pf the news of the world thbse who do t not should do so j ofKentuckym ltlibetterthdaythaaeyerIt advertitingofIt has the finest local news service of any daily paper In the State andtheI ar rangement we are able to make the wonderful offer TkeLbv1IkDaIIyer4 lector Price J3 ayear 1 Tlie Wtws Lewkr fc ukr Frfce J TtM H Both for 275 If subscription Is received atout Mci not Jatir than Jaeuary 819UPoaltively no uDicription will be acceptedat Ieuthsn Ute Janur180Uaregistewd letter r wilLdateWhkhipresent subscriptioM expire Ifyea hAve paid upyourtBS theHtiaklaJonThe NewsLeader MM5 V mMe i permit burials without a buriai permit from he local registrar A body OAnnd be shipped by a common carrier or qther public conveyance without the aothpri tYota Iburillrembvaltrarisit peraii which requires the f bpdy fo be so preparedtthat there is no danger of a spread of th disease en route or w1 en it reaches its destination Penalljtei art provided for l ll bUq Jl IIPrOvit1yanyoneupon 1iomn iqty devolves r altiiimxiifM as ike Roo4 OCa ling therefrom to the mateea of- people MlLbcr saanlfd gtuli 1M int 6udhj1I 4f1worklb Sf japd help ideducate the pubiicisb haotbe greatest dma dome from iIs ppera tionBowirpg Green Times Journaln r Old Soldier Terlured For years sabered unspeakable torture from Indigestion constipa tion anti llyertronolf wrp e JL JC tnIth war ypteran1at Erie 1akbut Dr Bang JWLlfe Pulls IICdtme alhrfeht THeyref simply gretV Try them for any stomach liver or kidney trouble Odly 25c at Had 4 Robertson i Jo BbaFor Snatorb r TThe fthatstrpnx pressure js being brought 46 bear Hon j bburntocandidate bSeiMoris iE1cotincldr stiesihad hforehCoittoertemalost a good f4ealot ground A great manj of his friends urged him togo beforettie Corn mlttee ahd Ifay or a primary JeJe tlon fqipclu4ai tbk Seaatpral Taoe vit hcijft- Ithe SenatorialI race would I Putintbet would have had pracjticaUy iI walkover but to j balked Another lob of Democrats urged him to ask the itt for iIa State Convention including a lot Of politicians that Whas been training with in opposition to MqCreary for Governor Theyr are entirely put Old with Ollie oeca se be failed Hem4 He is now neither runnjng with the bare or ibis bOund and has 1iIry much weakened his chances forlr a seat in the United States Sen ate Inter nevSr has been strong with the People and has very little personal strength Since be toted as a membersi of the Senatorial Committee o Wbitewash Senator Lorimer he h4S lost Some of ins very small support it is claimed by those who are urging Blackbdrn to run that it would beretdbtt rive justice for him to succeed Paynter In the Senate for if the voters hid bad a chance tout fears ago he would have beaten Paynttfr four to one He can do itnOw ejfcfaerlnai primary or a Legislative caucus It is not jto certain tWt be cap beat Jades bqt many of his Jriends tbltik that without a machine to go up against hi can beat anybody BlackbBrnjsinDeriect physical and mefitalcondiiion andjie raay bpersusdeatobccozn a caHfllt d eE Town News rOm MYr Wit liMrart jitts dK f tTiiiws AbiiuKIy o Parisianl isage Americas greatest lair restorer will keejp iou iobktag young sod attrac Live V tiagusrsateedbyi WI1IeWok hah grow INC I stop tailing bair to cure dand pUchlBft6ltbl Parisian Sage is the most Inj Hforatjnr s tifTig Had piesS Mathah dressing made I not sticky or greasy it stakes the 1ihJftilxriatuib lti sompij ilHV P cIallr praised hy women who lore Mt a1flll bajr Parisian SaP if Mt Y HiS 4 dOG k wmlu a- Ibottle Tbegi ftth the Au burn hair is on yq bot1eIL i i 11iauJI II-I lbtari SUJSCRN1ION r J i1t H r oW NanwscipWIi- StovewUp1 Yistefdajr mqrnln f MrBeb ddhmdG t 1a most mtraxjulpts ScscthJegthby the explo slonJof the water tank in theMkitcen of bis re dec r iEjnflr InI the mdrnltijr helwilt alre la the heater and went back to his rtmsnt rdrflIfl1abeit a ta1tan bocrto bow Tho ftpIt5 biaralig H heIn the stov WIMKK ttrrife uh pjofiom oocftcred ajdiiir G dr d 1IsrwssntoO abIeaongsoedsT 1hestoveed i being fairlyMown iritoscjraft iron soce of the pieces Hyint across ihrOom and kripck l aogdobr other esofth store pllungin throifh tthe sides of zinc safe in aribjfier se tfpn Obthe room Thecmp1terQecOj I ibe wreck and the amount ol damage dote had to be ftp to apprecijifedk ift 13dddar t thad a heayy robe over his night cloihet v5iBd this was tarn Zrtseveral placesby the flying iron The escaping steam struck his directly over the heart which e thinks was the causa of h lhrown across the rodm The explosion was the resalfc of waiter pipe aiid he ginP afHmIafter the fire wa started jwhteh aa gathered tortfe enough taa cause the eip10810 1 darisf iii Cklfent fromtkroom Sew hi missed instant death oc s rjoi9 injuryi is most miracilotts aad is friends are congratulating im over bis verycIcky IcHarrodsburg ti flsSue Waskingtoo Ordrit GwtKy Mrs LoukeJ StttJeF1 tait- eiftttraadeta Dftf By virtote ofa Ja3gB fit sad seds 9faile of theWaiIagzqtcearen- dered t t at iM1l y me I finIf precdto offer fMTMlt at the Ceart HoUe inSt1gC1dXy oetMONDAYK JfANUAKY 11 1911 hi t2oeqckpnmorthereettothigheetbidder a iMiitUtM1uoiric A cert tract of tMdI sitaatW In Washlngtoa ComIty Ky teat eM mile from Mooresvllle sad about 14 mile front BlobadWa tad SriagkIand BloomfieJd pike acred more or lew This farm ham Igrea1dneetHee bana witktotaiipeaio tyof 12 to 15 acres lWEe perctntrre of good lead Thea111M toDe Iiodt of leJaaHII1ritJamI1W008 with makingji total of 3Q1L0- 3Forthepurchase price tM pthMoporchaaars witk appeaY aait rsureties must exeaste bead nip llegal Interest from date of arie aHJ teiihdgmetto comply promptly with th se toC- F BOSLBY M CiSffi C a vety year f large nwnbtr of Pow sofferen whose lungs arc serf aa4 racK with coup re urged to go to aWflMR climate But this ia costly and not a ways sure Therea hotter way Let Dr Kings New DiseaverpcEe yt at home ijt cured BM of llaEgtre ett writas Wi RNetaonof Cakmlae ArkJwhen all eHt WJed and I gain pounds In weight lu wrely the tiig o f all cough andu4cesrss ftfteMa- nda owe their iWaadhtalth toit Ins positively guaiiSBteed fee Xfettgha Colds i GripH AsUwa roapao Throat andLucttwb1 aa 100 Trial bottle freest Haydfta a bertson fp f ACdc iihasopenede a swat tfhop opposite TvD Tapj fVtij Stable and am prepare i fur nish my customers wi 1lbebIIt I meals of all kinds at Ita moaM reasonable prices Yoir trade s respectfullysolIciWLG er f N I AU k es1vHIndsl t IoKt Pi iJt ssMsczPiwPtt 4 i nd ttleW1Lbq a l Aiio all perSODI layl- oe1oniug 1o I te blJlwlll f 44 eirzietoinsstocIs fJ RN A OL- IAdmrof W tJl1 dies =the 0000t ie one reih1tIt a 0s4cjj for pistraji d lIMO J lt l 1M c t I JJJ rL I W J1 r i dir of the IrMsac f Coli17rier1s bsILu41I rIi tW fen llHpici a Mea41oI Grad jwD M 1rsiudajr- gbt JJif Il oitwsy hSfab-e+ d Is Iii tF coqItiO dMcrElssaYs usi ItH Hotel tkric tbW 0 fjM go ip utoir tad flbstjesOtt Lb tJeb f ltU t tSboLk f IJ UteI aapbsitlc u asi i wi debs W 4ip =rx 4 l tt p iMiad = tte 1 rj1 IiM ie hl t loapa setaI wiMI thshi 11I Py kuc idbs k tiM = 1JIMN s- ya II 1MtaH cU id idi y t Iow Atirttbsytl1-os low we CIiot r iari f iRId FlasHy wehsitI Ir Wi1lks 4 111 i ftQ if IlrL J J t LLuww rewe ti 1j h ade rr tIt WM asraW Wfc s1owJyreseedvcv aid I tofred tsVte oftb aaws IJ was ibfft wiIbaidicsM a Iljulce Ibstbswesdadajlrlglsi Werikpinseit1jsa4I4 iIfi iMa- sct0Cr wIlt s Irtl1t ortHo ssp Itfis i4UttPSb1WIi W 1j ri1tu We ral MIa l r UtiwkHIckbeio gBjNsjt o TAs i APt1TE nMf IT itsiithe Cd lf 1Lkt14 JItICWL t Iir IjIP10L ttl3th kuOIiiJ yia li at 1 W t 2Thesr4I i iid fOrea Jllti ift z a wik 1heI SNs4addIiSsi1 r j t1elpOwerti t If these peofife woWJaW t tfMIONAstoh bMttiJ Liter merts slomclit inlry t oWdt oIn iiinj f MroNAis grsIesd forSayd m Wlllett tto cire k tstion jr lay SIDIPCIZ xarSVJ r lJrrnebaekM1O lA for be1ii otpIIIIOM for IS anR ny liff tlig tl 4I iI QNA for OtIlMUI WONA fnrbIIihiiIAci IJJIINA ktwak P f i MtON4 lot besMer MIONA four ac isu z fjt MIONAEo aryes e siIi MION4otpte I rtlBaydonists ererjwhere 11ir 4LL Jr HopkiMyllI XT JaL4aProtl3b11 as aIasersv Jjoyti a movip = 1JtOre tsthd NQiesi SillS alCHt1Ickt ba i GllelMH bs bCIk4 ri t c veraaboirthspssis Ra4 twoshae a yj ptctirei btforl kisid r ii4iM Ine rth eoiiCNsbbw1a d Jaytd the siHtieM FrofrMi ItItIa 1 ia raaJid biie rsls btidirMlib asyJa 4tbesd d aad after t6t kow f tJ V M tvr with u 5mroy y1i iIs srt1i4be jHblM dIa M hiiJ Irbe4awInI ecicsssi b i f i Prti iiIIIi reeissrii f ws nt1a s4sw I iirlltb4iwI 4aseitmlkiaIedifsr lwNuiiaes7U qi Lit jaar L jIptu i4 mt a s s i igiIooeI1t1Il1eln ssoasw i Unigsby Tras 1 J fj rl 29 f IHE Nj1 XTS LEA DER 1fr Tlr S t R j pRIiGillrD Y If Ji j 99ttm jTTstjrTittr T sf JIIEPI POUH 1t J4tar sa 18bJllher f rrJt r TIIUI y SA si910 krtlMt column of this is 1 1raa call laened from Growertat Lexlon Jan CSfor a rh r MUM eelirg oCtft the tobacpo trrowvfji of the counties in tbe BIUWfiMrie t to meet at their r MjMCtiyt fCainty e te on nextt tolMScat r row rf mlfi l1rand will be at iiA i ttiWML bf the majority of h Erow is fnthe county Th qiwttkwof ft reduction of Jbe 19U crop will be discussed The Irfii cut cmt propowtioa has been di hl owned b7eoioe people injtie pt State but it is impracticable a I r peoIeaI1 apt live one year aw3 tanr the jaefc However l a rtftctkxi of the crop eIa ya different Mtter if thejtg we4r L war M rated W no p the t price would be patter and a siftkt redoetlom car bjreffected h itiMnrby agreement iofthe growers it would result IiI1 in higher prices and more at t 8mJtl in the peat few years t 11 The DenocraMc Committee fo r the 15th Senatorial District com posed vof1 Marion Washington and Taylor met Thursday Janu tt KentuckftJT Avritt of Marion county who with Dr 0 V Hieetand of fL Taylor cointy and JoePolin of WaaiiBgtoa county conpose tbe Committee It AAooordiac to ciutom it is Ta for county a time to furnish tb nominee and both candidates 8 Dr HG Baunders and Hon dToe Wade each appeared before thatiDemocratic voters of Taylpr county giving lo the Taylor Cointy Committee the right to j determine the time and manner j of their selection whether by primary election or convention n After Toms discussion this was one The candidates are worthy yonni men and each a Ute long eltOCrat Either will make the party a good nominee and then 4 people a worthy representative q Iii t Hon Ben Johnson and Sena- torf McCreary held a joint debate at Shelbyville January 9tht madethehas by challenged Senator McCreary to meet him in ten joint debates be t teen now and Adarch 4th after t the adjonrnjoipnt J pf C6pjgress t why he is willing to meet him everyday desired The leJ publican Press ot the Stat ef jjudging from the partiali lman 1er1 rIei ported in their columns seems to be tilting aides with McCreary r EiiStroegevidence tbat they regard him as the weaker candidate CircSnit Court in a decision handed down Tuesday refused permanently eejoithroad e Kentucky State Kai l Isllsal0nfromn inter j inK with and Dictating fates r erg aiao refusing to declare the t MeChord railroad la of Ken tucky IYa idTh case will appcftted to the United Sa tbel Bapresie Coort and meantime terliporltryf injunction holds KO 0 By VMtnimous vote the State iIFderatior of Labor putfItse on record in fay or of suffrage l1 r women and pled dR ittself tQ send a Working Comwet to Frankfort at the offri tbe1Jegislatureto work pl theM enacment of spch a JawI v President aIpublicreprimal1d der W Sims the United States naval officer who at tt re cent dinner in London eclared that America and Americans would assisV Great Britaint in case of war t i Judge John D Work pro gressive Republican of Los Angeles was elected United States Senator by the dalifornia Legislature Tbeleyen Peofo cratic members of the Assembly voted for Works 1 PeuNeither my sister nmy eelS J mfghfcbeliyingrioday jfit had not i Y1writesr1p bqthIcoughs no other remedy coold Tielpi We Were tolt4 tilt sister had consume non She Will very weak and hap nig it Bwcats Jcoptp1eielycurdt i ever used or heard of1 For sore ilungs coughs colds hemor rbageMa grippe asthma hay fey J cronp J WhOOP in 1tcOagbtrabtOQ lal trpu bleatitssnpretge Trial bittlesreie Haydon PleamntI Grove rIn Mrs Kate Morah and blldren of Litsey spout Sundawithi litfr sister Mre Tom Baker Mrs Julia Leachman was thle guest of Mrs JV Pa Merritt Sunday afternoon MrBB rfLarnedg t iLexington and Winchester Mrs4rS YanksY arid childJj fieldyf 8The infant child oft Mf nid fMrs Alfred Whiteman wa s lburied at Bethlehem Mpndayi Miss Carolyn Jones has return ed to her home at IjduisviUa after a visjttrRith her sister at this place Miss uses Ed anion vas the guest ofMissesrMa6ell rnd Nan cy Thompson Sunday after noon v r Born to Mr and frs Fred 6ims a fine boy t TRY THiS TWO MINUTE CURE FOR COLD IN HEADER CHEST r It is curing Thwsands Daily ul I Saves Time and Monty Get a bowl three quarters toll of boiling water and a towel Pour into the water a than poonfulf of EYOAlEI proriounc ed jBqtj bowJItowel risesIfor two minuteg and eras your head is as clear as a betI and the tightness in the chest is gone Nothing like it to break up heavy cold euro sore throat or drive away a cough Its pleasant cure Youll enjoy breathing Byomei Youtl feel at once its soothing healiug and beneficial effects as it passes over the inflamed and irritated memr brane 50 cents a bottle at druggists everlwhereask Hay djn Willett for extra btlttla Jffy omef Inbilent Lltseyvd1 V Mr Hush BrownGregoryIr vi in Chaplin Sunday 1Mrs Hugh Noe Garr Miss t Harvey VauAradalewieitedMiwe- eroyL Reed aiid amily TuesdaV- Miss r Mattis Tobin iia visiting rs Mat ie Dragoo Mr Louis MicAllister is visit ia frfnas1fn this neighborhood Mr John Hopper spentsev eral days with Dr andMrs it E Hopper Miss Rozie Qecirwas the guestt of the Mfeses Kelly last Jifek Miss Logan Neale spent the JJatterpartof th week with Miss Lavenla OConnor Mr and Mrs J O Polin visi ted Mrand Mrs McAllister Saturday Messrs Ed and Charles Litsev gay l skating party on las Friday oigbt Pn makIic of jMadministrator l j y1KyF onria J sea I1J 27 1911 at 1aoclc pmj offer for sale to the highest bidderrtbe follow in x property OnetOol chest and tooas1 grindstone 1 broad axe Bedsteads bedding and bouse hold and kitchen tarnitnre 1 plowshoestoo numerous to TERMS All S otherattic1es under cash over note wits approved security Searing interest from date and due three months after date At thsame time and place I will offer for rent his late reef dunce and about 2 antes of groan until January 1st 1912 Renter will be required to execute note with approved security fine Janu ary 1st 1912 bearing interest from date John A Polin Admr of WP Kelly deceased iy bC BO Ktt8ARftON G nerInth04urrty fKlllan Irt j rIM bear to Those Whr Know It the1Cmiles from either railway or postof flee and Is considered to be at the beak Dfbeyant eBtlrely There are three styles of dweWnp aa the black bpg sera the Rosary jrfagaiWe t atices cottages and cab InsV Thehouses are quaint ramhllng tsar coe ovaed by the farmers wt I etlll hold to olden styles and anteways unmindful of the great modern note which is sweeping through I d1spd today Tho cottages helovag to the gore iment and are rented to laborers at very low rate while th cabins are simply relics Of the old regime just1 Thedin Ireland nowu 0 TbeiUacktof lsa sager ons ill for nlghtlyTambles M It bounds in deep holes full of InkyW ater Bsetof some warm summer evening after sun set when the white togs are rising aU around go down there all you who are city tired and find out how Load that springy pod will feel to your cramped feet Try a short Marathon along those winding pathways you who are weary yousdo a young colt just let loose In a clover pasture doIamong n GadstletUje long cleanwet winds the furrofrs from your forehead w the raindrops see pattering on bracken like the wee feet of tl e fairies themselves 8Always enchanting always beaua backfieyaat bog of will twine Itself round your heart with 4nwycnbackevermore Msgple Superrtltlons It would appear that some amouht of superstition IIs associated with the magpie in country folklore somehow or other the bIrd his acquired r ran nor less sinister reputation Thlsm4y be due to its sable plum age Or perhaps to Its artfulness Thus according to one doggereli reliq of su pestitfonl which one often hears la Qsthe south the appearanee ef one raag tnqulatrthDfraldit tvI j 7 HE SAW THE JOKE AT LAST tranier In Boston Who Hp lReatii Aout Ita Streets Jould Not StF LaughI He was a middle aged man stood with umbrella tacked aim in front of the 0Idj8oU in Boston chuckling awe f tJi1latllWhat are you cachinnating my friend r eked one ot yourI nest Hey demanded h1manwlQ umbrella blankiyf i 4 Inquired the 6ause of your seemly cachlnnatlon0 repeated policeman HOh1 intact this wM Boston lt reckon you mesa la 1 dont Will Im cackling over a lot of funny pieces I read Drears ago In thQ comic jItreetstha4 andtknow they were pieces I mean I struck fum7theI Boning for the Aril time Gad as I around la tie rain trying find my way somewhere+ those old I read year ago came tnewith the joke 1IIJieu pe backI jto every time I strike la place streets seem a little more tangled and twisted aroiind than usual I 1bare to stop and hjiha rtsht out spite of myself tnI Why I declare I actually cant half of the time wllch aide of street Im on just is it said In titej sewsDspst yarn J u led to oread aD- dret had de those w 1ei here and began to rkscrew the Hub on my owd account slow all right but jj can see when I have a diagram of it front of me1 chuckI And as the policeman moved mildle aged stranger with the brella was still standing there i lint softly to himself Timelto NewYorkI LIFE HAS BUT ONE PURPOSE Inttniotlen and Riflntmtnt of the On Whe le Alive le heel Object U Attained Ltte oaa hive but 4purpoeethe onedadnntufOthroUlh af adventure to which orb Incident et err manner of lure xxcltement and thrill To hate Gone ah adventure pr to drudge through It neither through misapprehension or sloth brings ua only a foolish misery trhlch makes a mock of the Joy we dught to To hall the adventure and dive knoWI with manly eagerness and hopUQ SI017Ido pot dally with lIfo I1hia mlsoonstrue U they do Inot neglect It they 4o not wish to throw It away for Its Intrmslo worth they choose It above ryblel and make of It am art whose object whose corn SItUation Is Itself The thoughtless rabble worry themselves taTand thin over their occupation In life or thelr station In llferbut0ie wits man ofti asoc station which he catalogues rightly afl Incidents not goals Full Well Ihe rykltows that no mere thing no jewel trapping or other weighable posse spirtrnaOnly the sheer wine of living can do that so he makes his drink and stays by the cask Richard Wlghtman In October Metropolitan A Gentle Reminder From India Ansed 8t MaiUnsleGrand gives the Jettev the Indian whose tutored mind setae toluve lOt Indigestion from a dictionary of foreign languages H e U a subpoitaia t r and wants promo floe Here L his letter M8ir I have the honor to request you that I did not receive any ensure to my petition u yet Though I am flagrant dellcto Gut flat Justltla mat lonoartcu1t Oneon Ol mores Does the life of man go out like a candle Sic tranIglo amend that fen vial mahoeon my post u proper ework af home it Is a outrance affaire dhonneur which Is agenda for your pertinently oonilder London Chron Icle f They Do Things Bitter In France It is no easy matter to be married In France says F Berkeley Smith in Success Magazine One gee thing In favor of sat sacred c reI ticf many is that It cannot be hastily perI formed It Is an cjrent requiring months of preparation of the IgnlngI of endless papers the certificates birth and the consent of parents ofI til at last the wedding day which been arranged for to the faction of every one enUreaaUst t arrIvesItmore s There are no such romantic and youthful adventures as eloping on a J12 capital handing ten to the accommodating patron and wiring for forxfveneas with the hang r- di J t I T117- O + L I I 4 MORE IOf LOWer IPrices Than We t til T 11 I 4 v l Have Ever Macfe i ivL T l l For Cash WB Wii Sell Jtf C st MrsiIl rt Misses and CMldrens IO ksfv r 11- Men3s 1- I II 1I and Boyss Suits llud6Ofeoais ljlljltlr 1t Bed BTkefs and G6niTorTS V 4 I I 4lj j 1t Cafpefs1 WaffPaper and Lace Curfan i J CUNNINIHAM i DUN- GNIL1 I I j I t 1 f 1 tlI Jr + i t 0 i q t I I1 il W WW W V tt iftlPLANTERS ioi i l t a i t LOOSE LEAF WAREHOUSE J3 SPRI NGFIELD KY tLrcJ1 oilj j t Tandy Quisenbeppy oiirP prgl r o 11J l n WellaI tiglibt f lI House 1ft Near The eli ffmeof your business is respectfully solicited and your interest 7 i wiltbe taken care of so as torebest prices fr your tobacco T t Tandy Quisenberiry Man8 erA H H LolliSVillelDailyif r three until January 30 for 275j RiNIIc 13eets tyr K Ia i 11JNe4lN NNKNSNNSNN K t i 4t t I c l flOUSEr fl 4 WHMMIT f 11 F Lcose rte fTQb C Sales DiailyV I dood Light and Largest Sales Floor ft 0f I 1 1IPJntyof Shed a Stalls R f i tfr t0 1 l l t t i R1f1jrldB1r 1J A1JtJ7 f4Qa r fR JS ANDIf tf 8 WILLaEr YOU TI113 nIalfB T fJ t tW r q f t cJ 4f Il tf Lc jolt 011 1 Aa 1i 11 y ifttl JrR I4 i 1 qt 01 ftt atL ii H0bart T ohannan t MANAGERAND 1r H 44flfl i4 t I it- r W 7 7w T1 L Cfc LM1IOK IIetoCNTDINTIs- Tj f 4uTH EXTRACTED frlTHOUT PAIN 1Ieek JN w A1i IINgFxL11ly rijatairYor t Strictly l j Firatclasr 1TUDR Ji MUDDi- w t j fPJ lid SSirgeon Oce hours 8to 9 am 1 lttb 2 pm ticover Haydoria Drugstor L IlLathptonM U Office to Oiert frwe j i OIt4PfiP4 e IResidence No 38 L t I WIFIQRIGSBY1K 1iTORNEYATLAW i f NIMrr People 41k KYttpgINGF1zLD H V f J DrMWHYATT- y t office over Red Cross Drug t V 1 Store Office hours Hyatt 1030 t tol2S- in 4 to 5 pm 1 J JOHNY MAYCS- PIERIIL g LHCTOI AID LICENSED EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIQHT 74 t llSPRIlGFlELU il I i iDRW FTRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTari Office pyer Hayilon Barber i rental work at reasonable prices s e4ll work guaranteeda fSPRINGFlELD KX i I 1 Rilroid du1e I PoUowtng 1ii timeScbetile a4w iin effect1the 1rdst wu tn spril lBra rl ral roaa Mo 41 iieaves Louisville tJ 480 pm 5ardstown Junction 522 pm Bardstowa t6pIarrive at Springfield 655 pms No 42 Leaves Springfield tI 6OQ m Bardatown 645 a m BareUtown Junction 78Qamt I imnyet at Louisville 820 a ui TV1 No 48 Leaves Louisville a I 7 7 20 am Bardstown Junction i 855 am Bardstown 1005 a m + arrives at Springfield 1140 p m No44 Leaves Springfield av ltOOpmV Bards town 220 p m 13ardstown Junction 41O m arrives at Louisville 45 p tntt l T4ti CE HEAVIER THAN WATER Water Frexen Under Immense Prea r ure Produce Ice That Will 1 Not Pleat All bow that ordinary Ice will jloat TW relative lightness of Ice with re apeet to water Is due to expansion OfI tM water at the moment of freezing f If water frozen under Immense pros sure H seems that this expansion Is reveatad amd Ice hoarier than water le produced O Tamman has prepared this modi meatloB which he calls Ice Illasfol lows He compressed water to 3000 Uloframs 6614 pounds and cooled It Im iielld carbon diozldsnbW and finally dl Im liquid air Under these conditions ja calorie transparent Ice Is formed It k much denser than ordinary Ice V keaTler Ulan w ter onsequent17 f It stales when placed In water Ice IlL ta Terr unstable and on slight warm 1 faMt swells Out and breaks up Into Itaiie white pjWaer The Volume F Jke resuUlng powder Is Apparently four r ietAt tines that of th original Ice This powder formed by the breaking up ef tlie dense form Is nothing more thai ordinary Ice In the form of fine crystals Hvhlch of course on further p warming me1t at zero degrees rcon l Icrall i Experiments on teem show that Iit Jn Impossible to obtain It by separation PressurerMlddenl codling There rt1I r a possibility of this un f I 1 ifTsplld water being formed atrLuday Magazine fZ4 r 1m2nlCft6tatdawl1 t esouscef rto KiHe1 liltMtUcmt fidl details pi Utr JMt MMvs K the most Impart J tCOlICrenfGMl ecUH Ii i JlMllftOOOO fKttf1r1Ues tse ri labor rrflfiem Ytorta htlcs taact trHe M laMTMKc moMy Mdvsmkl f =sstkar UwtOVOWl sa4 til I r j s aitoiaj the arm4s t4I af world Paaftma CaM1- f uiMviffatioa frowth tac URi ntvenHits sad coQefeti obl oahmllatlo Jews sm 10s1i for rottott CsailHaMia iarsJkuitbotoOkrge Sbiestof d 1Ja 3hW f tMO1 ta fMt1IIw t a4UJc will ttIIt y i moMyettb1ng 14 wi f grm mIII1ttalaa Prtee JSc 1kAGh wet of Bttfisto smC rbraiaU 3c AMr 4ew York Wofil Y t 7 1a wwM cnntWmnn TOWN i u wuzni tnn uuurn nwn Lchil Happenings of Interest f Tie Freshest and atestiiI II AI1LI utYourse1T1rIend I and Acqualntan JMHMJ Mf FOR SAtE4 Poland Clina ow ard six ptgs s W M DBRKINQEI Mound City faints may ost trifle more but l Leo Haydon FOR SALE 1 horse buggy jand i harness Hite Clemente FOR SALE 200 bushels Jof 2Jperbusheli Fort sALE4OO bushels of nice Orchard Grass Seed at 160 per bushel Call at once j L A Burns i l F OB SALEAfewfine4 B turkeys tMrsWl en ordering groceries don forget to order WbitRos or Ben Johnson flour Every Sack gua ut edti The sale of N H Oliver it Mooresyille Tuesday was well attended and everything sold f rli 1oodj Miss Jennie Redding had t et onltbe ii iseyeifal painful bruises which di able41er for several says Howeyerc she is now much Im- Proved I ta t The people of St Rose jponf gregation will regret totaro that Miss Katie Cain haaHreC signed her position as organist Miss Cain bas heldjjlhat position or about five years and bas yen excellent service as she is master usicJantLOST PR STRAYED lack d teer with horns wegingb- out7OO or 800 pounds HasII been missing about 3 weksi Any informationleading to her1 recovery will be rewarded l Mrsj JR Clybrooke Mrs Milford Donnelly died at a the borneof her mother Mrs t as Murphy near Texas last Thursday and HPS burie at- ethlehem Friday The funeral f services being conducted by Rev L Purdom Mrs Donelly was bat 15 years old and had been married but a short time J Mr T S felligan wno has recently been engaged in form ing a lodge of Woodmen of the world at this place has recover ed from his illness and has re turned He will complete the organi zatipn of the lk dge tonight SAl though the movement to start a i lodge was started only a short ji time ago it his had splendid succlessand now numbers about i 75 members The Stockholders of the First National Bank have elected as their board of Directors for the coming year Judge BLLitsey John W Lewis JO Polin T Scott Mayes R H Edelep H M Grundy and W D Clayi brooke who are the same directors who successfully managed the affairs of the bank during the past year Mr Barry who some years ago sold patent mod icines upon the streets Springfield was here selling lots in Fertile City id the state of Texas He delivered a lecture upon the resources of the stat and then offered tnirty lots tc the citizens of this county each being required to pay from 375 to 670 per lot each lot is 50 x 125 feet The thirty llots werej sold easily and are located neat lthe City HallIThe Louisville Times of Sat j urday contained the following Mrs Laura Averitt Lemon and Hewitt Brown will be mar ned Tuesday Mrs Lemon iii the daughter of Mr and Mrs Samuel Averitt of Cherokee road and Mrv Brown istrea ur er of JS Brown Sons j This wedding is of interest 1to Springfield people as Mrs Brown is a niece of Mrs Jolin WLewlsandhaffrpq ntJ visited here High School Court fiiMessrs Morrie Wakefield and brothert of Shelbyville pnrchasi ed of Mr W L McClellan 19 acres of land east of Spring field on the Mac knl1e pike These gentlemen intend iinprov- infrthe p1t by properly grad tug 1t mid building a streett LTOFIGS0 I QQ3Q t t 9 0 iiI iTeethi iDANGER No Ch when argeslare wa sLILWORK iDone in this Office is firstclass in every respect and justras ad S vertised iiWt l STALLARD ltD S I Springfield K- y9c9 through it to be known as High School Conrt The sale of lots n theCourt will be made someI lime in the spring and we may expect some handsome sesidences o tye erected in that part of tbeI city Call For Meeting of Tobacco V Growers The Burley Tobacco Growers Convention which met in Lex ington Ky on January 5th 911w declared almost unani mously in favor of cutting outJ the crop of j1911 They aleo formed the Burley Tobacco Un ion embracing the Burley Dis trict of Kentucky Ohio and In diana and in view of the factI that there is now an immense overproduction of Burley To bacco a mass convention of all tobacco growers of 1V Washington county is called to meet at the House in Springfield Ky on Saturday January 14 at 1 oclock pm to discuss the situ ation and take such steps as may seem tq be for the best in terest of this great ind stry All tobacco grower are most cor t ially invited to bE present Revolutionary Soldiers We are just in receipt of aI letter from Hon J N Saunders t of Stanford Ky in which hejj gives us a list of the Revolution ry Soldiers living in Washing ton County Kentucky June 1st 1840 as shown by the Military t Census of the Soldiers of theI isIas follows Jolmathan Whitet John Combs who reside with Joseph Good Joseph Sweeney 6hjan Farris Phillip Burns John Lambert Nathan Lawson twhot son Andrew Young Jacob Lea Martin Hughes woo resided with Richard Smith Peter Adams who resided with Peter F BC Adams Samuel Booker and Amos Graham The lift is of considerable interest to the peo VieI of this ounty as wecan seen the list many familiar family names showing at a glance tbat the veterans who fought for our Independence from Le ington to Yorktown are the ancestors ofI some of our most prominent families And besides many ufI the above named men are re membered by the countys older citizensI CrumeSuinmers Mr Thomas B Summers and Miss Frankie B Crume were married Tuesday morning by Rev W H Williams in the Pas tors Study of the Baptist church The young couple are both residents of Botland Ky BrooksPerkins Rev W H Williams officiated last week at the marriagjs of Mr Arch Perkins to Mrs Sarah M prpminentpeopl mat imonial for each vdnture RuddyYoung I Mr Raymond A Young and Miss Innie Ruddy wefe marriedL Tuesday tfftornoou at4j oclock at St Johns church in Louis vile Ky by Rev Father Sebub wan Mr Young is a son of Mr Lien H Young who until recently lived in this county GrundySyain rMlsB Annie D Grundy and Mr Enos Mitchell Swainwere LouisvilleiChag D Gates Mr Swain isa popular business man and his bride is a daughter of Mr 0 R Grjindy of this place and is a beautiful and accomplished rvoung lady who has many friends here where ahe lived until recently Tobacco Market rThe tobacco mark t h lQup strong to the end of last week and was steady Tuesday however it was and bidding was tomewhfho yesterday were reported frpm the hot fees than before during the season The Planters Housa reportsJl the sale of 88000 pounds during the past week at good prices The market yesterday jsvasfrom H to 2 cenis better than it has been during the season 18000 pounds being sold at at average of 10 15 In the sale of that i croPofMrGw1Clark The crop of R Ri Eades of Taylor county of which averaged Hfc and crop of Siggett Russell 4615Marion county Wbi cents We give the followin quotations Dark Red Burley Trslfgr pr micedd0g 500 Trash sound6 60 850 Common lugs t7PR 800 Good Lugs 99 i 150 Com leaf short 6 QLt 8O0 Com lear 80f 950 Medium lleaf 100p 1100 Good leaf ll 5pP 1500 Fine and selected 18 Q0 1850 Bright Red Burljby Trash gr or mixed 40l 600 Trash sound 8bo 950 Common lugs loloO 1250 Medium lugs 12QO 1850 Good lugs 1400 1000 Corn leaf short 80 1000 Common leaf 1100 1200 Medium leaf 1200 1 00I Good leaf 14 50 1600 Fine and selected 15 00 1900 Among the prominent tobacco men on the market this week were Mr R A Patterson had of the R A Patterson Tobacco Company of Ricftmqlnd Va a ud G 0 Graves of the Amen can Tobacco Co Messrs Cleveland and Nash Stoner of Nelson county sold their crop of tobacco here Tues day There is a surplus of supply and prices do not justify th expense of raising it A proposition has been made to out out the crop Or 1911 I do not think thai can be1 done Nor do I thick it the1 wisest course We Remember the cutting out o the 1908 crop bow the independents reaped a rich harvestat the expense of thosn who cut out and the dig order and outrages that pre vailed in some parts of the state No one wdntstosee a re urn of such times when fear andanxiety took sleep from the eyes of many Now thy sugges tin is that instead kpf cutting out a cropwhich would be hard opposed to Cut Out f Mr Editor As gne who feels an interest in the welfare of the whole community ope who trys to study the things that make for peace and harmony and jus tice please allow me to make a suggestion The tobacco ques tion is much agitated just now on many ah agreement be sign ed by each grower tp raise only one half of what he raised in 1910 This wouldj bje just in that it would not c Vbut a class of laborers who depend on to bacco for a living While the grower would get B much for one1 half as he now g4ts for one facre The manufacturers would have no cause to complain of idle plants This would be in accord with the law of supply and de mand and would bae nOjproom for charges of restraint in trade In short It would be just to all and partial to none What think you Mr1 Editor I do hope every one wih look this matter squarely in 1 10 face not selfishly hut as fortbe best in terest of the greatest number and that some wise conclusion will be agieed uponI W Notice 1 The firm of ONeal Wright at Valley Hill havequit business Anyone indebted to said firm wilffind thebooks in the hands of J R ONeal arifi muat coDe and settle at once without tar ther notice lit Ol Wright 11 Dandy Building Lots forf rsrale 4J Streets and Sidewalksi already l made Rigjit in the best part of pringfieldor 1Main tnd Covington Ave For further particularssee Il W K R9BERTSON I FERaONAI Miss Etta Gasser has returned to her home in Owensboro after a visit to the family of Mr Day and to Miss Sue JEtiay rrtrB H Edelen Jr of yB cd town spent Sunday here 3Maltie Robertsoa eriter 1ta LaJ euchre Tuesday after- Won r Mrs Rollins spent last week inLouisvUJeI Mrs Rogers returned from trip to Louisville Sunday i Mrs Kate Williams is in Louis vile today L Hon VD Olaybrooke vas in Louisville yesterday attending thej Directors meeting of the ceICoiapany Mr and Mrs G C Wharton have moved to their new resii dence on East Main street Miss Kate Wharton is in Louisville the guest of her uncle Mft George Fetter Miss Fanny Smith has return ed from a visit to friends in Louis ville MissSarah ONa has return ed toscbool at Danville she was Iaccompanied by her sister Miss Eunice who returned today Mrs D R Litsey entertained at euchre last night at the Wal lton in honor of Mrs Robt Bo hannon Mrs H M ONan spent Wed nesday in Louisville Mrs S B Thompson Jr en ttertaioed ia delightful manner Tuesday afterooon in honor of i her sister Mrs Smith Mr Jas C M Elioy was in jLouisville Tuesday Mr T J Hamilton of Louis ville is spending several days LererMr Chris jHertletn and Miss Evelvn Royalty spent Sunday at Maud c Mr W K Robertson andson iBooker were in Louisville Tuesday MrGC Whart n is in Dan yule today Mi H T Graz who formerly conducted an automobile line between Springfield arid Lebanon was in town Saturday Mrs Carriq Thompson of Uampbeljsville is visiting Mrs Steve B Thompson Jr Miss Nannie Tong has return ed from a visit to relatives at Bardstown John T McGennis of Bards town was here Monday Mr and Mrs James Moran Jr have gone to housekeeping on Covlngton Avenue Mrs A L Jenkins and baby have returned to their home in Cincinnati after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs G D Duncan Messrs T Scott Mayes W C McChord and W A Clements attended the Burley Tobacco Growers meeting ic Lexington labt week Miss Mary Brown of Louis ville spent Sunday here Mr and Mrs J R Mahon of Lebanon were here Tuesday Mr John J3rown and Mrs Harry Brown of Lebanon were here last week Mrs J Y Mayes and Mr Chas Grundy attended the Grundy Svpn wedding m Lou isville yeterdav Mr C H Mdntire was in Louisville yesterday Mrarnd MrsE S Mayes Jr and Miss Annie McElroy left yesterday for an extended trip to Flordia Mr John Brown of Lebanon washer yesterday NOTICE TheNewBank qnly occupies part of my store my business will go on just the sane A fevv good hats lleft at less than cost Also Skirt and Coat Suits Mrs Williams J r Death iri Roaring tire may net resultfrom tnwork of fire bugs but often severe burns arc caused that make a quick need foa Bucklejia Arnica Salve the quickest snrest ctore for burns wounde bruises boils sors It subdues Inflammation It kills pain It soothes and heals Drives off skin eruptions ulcecs or piles Only 25c at Haydon Robert sons ahOryfiR ASTORIAI i j j I J 1 tili i I 1I lEliraSpecial Pr1C8S11 I I LadlaSSUJ ONi andCloaks I II1 I I Il5Suitsgofor7501 1ttt i All This Seasons Latest Strifes 1 20M Long Coats latest styles go for 1000 It Coats latest styles go for 750 IILong Coats latestt styles go forf 500 x jI Reduction but we are going tbdkwe 1 I IRare IIBargains 1 f are also making wonderfiil cuts 1nMf0Vi 77- JIIWe r5 si il ClothmgJ ifff f v r 1 1II rl 1 I Q I I IL L li INCOBPOBATED I = Jlltllltlk L CLERGYMEN IN QUEER ROLES ThrM TooKPUrt In S Tr1 wujjConqttln sad AiMthv Get j Prfji4wi- At baw t mIn ten e the iEpl etlau sa gag in tV7 aaiinj oopUUs which they iropl ieazoI7 ireIIt ef aUrlmr under say othi JUU CM At a church 1Iaurat llMfk MK UtUe tiL 10 sreatJ f5 wM OO alondd br th sppiraoS of a trio e- frlrere fMUmM 1at nto of wuiroianTty ttthwlvs teMIt otlur Jaa jittUc VMfclMi MiMtVt i and kart r JNTl4a4 wttk a bowl of wUr a pUei W M4f aad a dirty dater Uy Mt yinevufr jwork The tow ann 4 far1 the wafctaf wa tkriM mhwtw oa ts KftratlfA of which tk dwUr wen ntaKt4 to the ertUcaljsdjatI tsrtld ladlM Bat tkjr timi tks hat en of two of tk Jn a wU- 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mlmutM allowed hi kmuad oa8 lidS of W kamdkrmlt A MHflw MevameM tt tMlI m sda Is rapidly r41g asnN4 Tki number of eemrerta to dally jmiriae Inc eapedally ta Oenmamy and Hungary The lnAsaisSI tM klfberreMcUw thoocht M the Ottomt wai b1 ta these days SI rapid traral sad areveed Intellectual cvrlority to make ItoeV fill amdl casot tk alfma f thIIUs is the ffrwtmf liii et amall jtp Ur epitome of Tariev pbaasdotaatra relldowiamd mklloaopklo tkMfjkt ami alto traitlatlama of tk great rZiitss poems of tke Oriemt On thiU eomtlment Vats Tbosophy jaad eaoterle B ddktomkaT become fairly wU kmewt amd tM work of the mew teacker Slutsdom em Bread kwaamHarUi limeat eepeelaUy may bs chad utsHal work earried aav at Totet la a IA aovtherm qallformte aad sa Cuka kf tke TJmiTnal Brtkrltod aad Tha Mpkical aeetoty Im wktok as listed atom si weak amd Wgkbmi- Uict7 4at tHo Isadtiklf f Katherlm Ttaatoy waam ft great eiecutlt akiUty IM west dJM ta tralnlmc ths yewac far KaeUeal Mae motakl Cheeetato tan Half cup 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money If this tdeeeat wit you we have them heavier with prices taproportioa j rf I BUGGY HARNESS per set l L50 sad 11151 fli We have many other 8tyIMq I give free with each set of Batnesa 1 pad lljmteii rbf iW n 4 snaps for backing strapsmnd lines r x ii RNESS OIL the best on t1e a3etpe gallol while ItlfLSta foronly 4LlI I t f I have the most complete use of Haraaw GeiMiws fI Washington county CaTl and see for yourself W Can Save JMI Yft ftNfiij f 5 I III tI fIII4f 0 fJI i 1 NewS Lead r and LoLIs j- jfvjllie EVetiJflg PosJFor 36Q PhLllfn Advise i 1r=afJi teotaxtlY dW = I SI J ikneIrtwt Mefect e scMac 1 yttVO tIMlpsa silbl aM of a iiiMinf araaMtic taste ys Qilisack aid Wmb aad lief tJS I QIIk y J IPl YELYI t I I IVERSYRUPI Jt 7jixv rwHEWLEADj 7T Jw w1r lay 0 a 4 i PkILIP LZAN1 fLAMPL-1f Ji a s tir v tit to tfce kisaditow o4bkies1ptkk thi eaatala t t I Ia a I1 oat jewed tkreaca ai ii4 U allrrer at te wei Utn1 oe to aia yevac iaaaaa t I iawt to eee a tke t ie iitLth1 btT5be4J 1 t 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pelS it opIitat uet aIyabithatMUiogut k7sM4 WiMWer ant of crier t WJJ TII irtIatks ksewIge sa i1 ea 11111 1Mt Dr a I 1tk t kMnTIa Maiot Willa in correctin f r p lit th Kkt rtMSiN1S CiRecttytoko1dwte a sf 11cq p tiS itqaer siabs aid OStCQ1 ttai4ja Be if buia oefle4 1Oeftn i Jt tqkJ r 1IIIIet R ia 1tMtMoIt e TIultJL cIrWDr JbJmeaeo kt1 N yJIetiou th PS r remaabertJaeDrJQ1mu SmRoot aDd thetriAyrrat 0 t fli gar4itriur4 ot jreaea r How 51117WIale te j f Tfr Utile ww n r IiUut Xlrk iii H sait i UIM1JIlIItll1l ri aret lae rlltuII It tkat I aaa KiT you JIM siasilhaiaiit aic aet vleaae Jftr i1 tklak I aaa Sit a rtaay cat aHrl M4e lee pk ajna aeartaataae As- OSU4k r Oaea ara they ateraed at each aer wafia aaother itarm raged with ie JAt ISe k ta f were J tha i 14etit t a taaifeat which iron the- Ig1 waves aai shook the little house SdIteair XeM Voiced a Sear whIch Jowl toe la Waa tall kearta Will Ike eaytsla b4 to cat kerer Ike sal aaawared 1tiaratWac aCtiiaioarHe e5iieN Kirk aald Joyfully aad waat to open It A little wosaaa stood there bent t wIat Md heyybaaket oa oHara aad abundle under the other Well you made yourself to home she aald cordlallly Its an awful algaN Mow tit you get ovecr 1iasked Hr The captaiabrougkV me shp said lad ka iald me tb tell you all that yea hal better apeaul thi alghfchere Be was afraid he would have trouble utatWetf 1 Jo we are cutaway Kirk mui ared HetaU a yoa twpwaa Biafed th cifil lady rktLv V Te are ot Helea IIILc k rj Kirk flashed a surprised glaace at ker 1 thought we were When we came oyer here today Helen told the old lady 1 expected to varr him 1a a year now 1 shall neT er marry kilL gikaa alive i the old lady ex clalssed Y oehve been Quarreling 1g a tklaki f care H17for money Nth explalae L HeFunderestli i mats aae Aad I wont marry a man who thlaka I am Jnst made for lux urjr Well you just let me make you a cup of tea after that Ill tell you aoasetklac the old lady said Aftera kearty supper the three sat once more la front of the glowing Ire Ton aeeT llvehere alone the Ut xM lady told them and folks won Jut I Jiave memories to live and I dont waat anything else UTe had a hard life and I wasnt aIi to it My father was a sea captala and while we didnt have ek ed trOJl ikM pleuty4of weaiy aad I never did any workriii til I parried But I never missed the saeaey My husband loved me and I lated w aaa we lived kerb la l lllllittle koase and I used to watch t A Little Wemarf atood There Rent and OldIhis boat at night and send hIm away la the morning happy because I loved him And one day 1ie never cAme back sad now I hat only my thoughts of k14 But I UTe here 19herethej wavea that he loved cAn sing a soncI to ma ThVw what make life worthwhile to a woman a lore to live with and a loietorem mbeti11t She paused and HelenS tole a CIace at Kirk He had squared his shoul ders nil there was a look in his eyes of hopeful expectancy The llttlefold woman glanced at the two the lfosl and went Into the kitchen v Kirk went randtoad brthIIlady of his heart Is that what1f would mean to you Helen he asked A love to ve with and alove 1 re member r Her eyes answered him As he bent over her the little old lady caine back The storm iIs over she said and wet to the window ia the distance they beard the IFar whistle and snort of the tug boat 1 The aaptalna signal said Cirk bidding the old 1ad G b 4JtheThuteneddYou did nt find the gold the captain chuckled aa he tarte4 back to the 1BalBlan4l v iiNo but we found something let ter Kirk murmured enigmatically but Helen answered The storm Is over oil I am glad r k Kaffir leys nienlous App- alrrthblahop of Gloucester tI- ditO7bf1lO7s a letter atthe an nual eetlagHofJthe Eton branch of the Zoluland mission Doctor Gibson slid that a brother kiekep wko had worl ed amoai th hed1Iular boys letter and the lad said how stuck ka mused his misslonaryjwhom ke hoPed aooa to see back But IJke a great many people In England tie p4 the point of the whole Jetter Itn Uie poatacript which ran P 8Air sorry to tell you that I have got noJtrouaers u mine are broken StIlli r MB set asking I am only reporting That continued the bishop formed oae ot the most eloquent appeals he- f aad aver boWL Wherever1 his broth er waat he took that letter andi trovaera wire ahewered upon Mat for tkeaoy 4 it Reef fe Hry Heuaa Dry Itkarkeea aaid that a dryAea car aet jMfmetr to 4stheoatoJNIW frt ee4Hskr l Ii11tkI tl r It iiieiUPrtaat1 tqlIay a ry p ary aar oDe tA lcI FIRst Wtii4r aheuinotthifiockinto4JnJt HOCKtHG THINGS IN FRANCE j iPawnshpps Are AIM et Dfreet 8var1 MualtCtrEandthe r ifi 1 ftfri aloanipawnshop which Is kept fOr uncles private profit AU the pawnshops of UVaace are under direct government and municipal control over each Mizdthorjl ifirtT iJ Tkr French borrower regards the putting of Ms goods up the spout ttictly as a business transaction with the government There is no haggling overthe aum to be advanced for the people know that all the profits of the establishment will finally go back to them Poirfifths of the value Is advanced on articles of Jewelry while on other artIcles about twothirds 1s allowed Tke totereaf la 1 per cent per annum Should a borrower be In the tortuhate position of haying paid Interest for many years without being able to reieasei teari1clelthe authorities will rtMrnltwIthout any further see When interest has not been paid thelobject in question Is sold by aad after the sale has been effected the original loan and Interest are de ducted from the money secured and the surplus goes to the borrower Should the money remain unclaim ed It is turned over to the French hospitals Those hospitals profit to the extent of about 2500 a year The number of pawned articles tc tals SdOpOOO annuallyl in Paris alone of which 1000000 are effected atal- osisince no auction will bring a complete return on small objects but this does not trouble the officials concerned for should there be a dee ciency on the other 1000000 articles the municipality does not hesitate to raise the rat sand thus by means of an Indirect taxation the welltodo sup p6rt the need1LThese pawnshops require a large capital which js usually subscribed by lepclea gifts and subventions of the state department or the commune In this way some of the establish merits are so well endowed that no in terest is charged to nephews This system has enabled Paris to conduct the largest pawnbroklng bust nessin the world The total revenue fls 875tOOb and the net profits 37500 according to the latest official figures Turkish Customs Changing Th 1atUtude ot the hanpuns to mod ical practlUoners has changed much lrt1Iever save submitted to a physical ex animation by a doctor All he could have persuaded her to do would have been to show him her tongue through a rent in the yashmak or let him touch her pulse from behind a hoary curtain Jdln the presence of course of an 7arguseyed eunuch or old female slave Any attempt to apply a stethoscope to the chest would have teen spurned as an Impertinent presumption of western barbarism No matter how seVere the Illness the medical man could not go beyond certain strict limits of Islamite usage and tradition al custom Even In cases of Imminent danger to life these scanty llm its were never allowed to be over stepped and the belief In the lncanta tlons fa priest and the house remedies of old ignorant and superstitious women held unlimited sway and was always greater than the faith in the efficacy of medical skill and science Chn1nllrapidly views and conceptions are fanatically adhered to and practised but these become rarer with each advancing year Many Turkish women will now when Ill voluntarily call on a medical pracUtionera Whats In a Name Whore are We to find the final au thority as to the pronunciation of the names of our states Surely not In that august body the United States trequentIly pronounced 1tAienator rises In his place and de they do things thus and so out iin loway Senator Bailey refers presently to the gentleman from Io wa with the accent on the while Senator Cummins carefully refers to the land of his political birth as Io Lwa with the accent on the I naItor Beverldge as the gentleman from perilousIr course from the Nevada of JNewlands where the a Is very topg to the Nevada with the short a as It Is ordinarily pronounced IJcolorado Arlxpny Wyoming Hawayye and Oklahoma battle for life amid a conflict of pronunciations Thesenate would be a board of ques Uonable authority to pass on ceo graphical names Harper Weekly ftIHoraei KJled Man Thin Widow Thrown from her carriage when the horse attnched to It became frightened and ran away at 3181 and Doveroaux streets on Sunday afternoon Mrs Christina Crump 4Byftarr old of Ne 515 28th street was so badly crushed j shortjthrown out but escaped with slight bruises hasH Seven weeks ago the womans band wasjthrown from the same horso in the same neighborhood and sus tained Injuries which caused kl death Pfltrott Journal 1f Tribute to Palnters Skill One of tire stlll life paintings by Jan van HuysVn In The museum at The Hague was recently Injured but Itta believed that the perpetrator was neither vandal nor thief JjJThe picture represents a basket of fipilt on which a number of insects have gathered On a pile yellow ap Ipte which is the centerpiece in the paintediof the gallery that the canvas was illInjured by some one who endeavored I toVsnoo It and brought Ms cane or AIthe litter recording the fact for whIci4Iia work had to suffer r4 tie OniyoiA for Him lTorpid Thosias Wiat do you tlnk qlIca Wlt4 iwe1 guy approached act11nTorpihomThere wnxnt no BltUn part In the drama ke wus per In EXPERIENCES OF LUOINDA Queer Way In Which She Uhlnten tlenally Swiped Hatpin Ryern Anether Woman In CaK J r GIrls said Lucinda 1 clirUlnly did have an extraordinary experience this morning In a Madison avenue car Crowded this car was full of people but It seemed not quite so full at the 4thexeStanding about a third of ti rway down the car on the rIght was a woman who was holding on to 4strap and facing outward that her back was toward me ul worked along put her She was about the same height as I and when I pus d her my hat caught on hers and It seemed to clmg there for a minute but then It got free and I passed on tOreaeh up for a strap myself when Ik id got just beyond her and then what do jrpu think When I raised my arm up to reach for the strap there lying on tie top of my arm was a hatpin a latpin from the hat of the woman I had just passed When my hat causJijJn her hat It caught under the heat oil that pin and drew it out and snpbed it forward Just so that it lodged on my armIWell I handed the btpinbck to her and she smiled and I smllrfd and thats all there was to It but fteaily nraordfnwrNewj II FORMER EDUCATION OF GIRLS SlxtiVaraAIiIOof Present When one reallzea the atat jct fe male education sixty years egO Its nanlouaIn the first half of the Nineteenth Century the policy at seetnlnK rather thap of being was followed throughout languages and society manners were considered all mport ant there were no games and the only form of exercise waa hit of walking with riding for the wealthy girls The schools were small and suffered from bafl classification In consequence mlrlrlsml f When one reads the report of an examiner of a girls school pair 80 years ago that many girls showed a great aptitude for mathematics but parents discouraged continuance of sound education after the age of U or 13 In order to keep the girl femI- nIne the change In the popular esti nation of womens capacityIs Indeed marvelous Christian Science Monitor Danger AhSidrBecause the motorman would not heed their expostulations but kept the car Jerking along within humping Dis tance of the back of the 10wmovmlI wagon which bore a half the passengers got off rather take chances on being blown up inthaI explosion that was sure to result from the apparently inevitable collision Out of respect for their determination to save life and llab even at the coat of another carfare the tnotonnan stop ped the car and asked If they were willing to give him another trial on his promise to drive cautiously They were and piled Into the car Two minutes later the dangerpus wag pulled off the tracks and Allowed to pass Then they Saw for the Ion time the name of the combusti material that had driven them Into a frenzy of fear The wagon was an Ice wagon New York Times Mixed sso Names A young woman who has a trench erous memory for names had a droll experience sot long ago She had encountered In a railway station a face that seemed familiar tGPer She remembered that she had met tho young man at the house of a friend some weeks before hut forI the life of her she could nqt at all recollect his name Finally however when the young man stopped to shake hands she asked Surely this Is Mr Tombstone whom I met at Mrs Walkers The stranger smiled Yore right as to our place of meeting said he but somewhat twisted as to the name I am Mr Stonegravel The Migration of Storks Reference has been made to the departure of the storks from Alsace The ornithological bureau of Buda pest has rec ntly published the re suits of anH Interesting experiment To the leg of a number of young birds a light disk was attached itat lug tire place of origin and In the event of capture asking that the label might be detached and forwarded to Budapest IThe rings returned show that the birds have reached Basutoland the Transvaal and Cape Colony Valor tunately only two of the ten captured birds escaped death Eight of taos graceful creatures had fallaa to the anpityins and vaarrlas alsj af the a eiiL j ScaRs Emulsion is the original has ei the standard forthirtyfive years There are thousands off socalled just as pod Emulsions but they arej p 0 riot they are sibply imi- tatiois Ji which are Injsver as good as the originaL They are like thin rnilk SPTTS is thickiike a heavy cream thfPJdOit erbutrOa ULE BY JDauoQinTs- ena UM tot lad thl O tar cpr bwutlfmj 8arta Buk eel OhUda bsskecLaa a UroI i t BOWNE 409 f aVlfcwiYMSj Frt Sprains rtlGave Me Instant Relief eel fell and sprained my arm and was in terrible pain could not use my hand arm without intense suffering until neighbor told me use Sloans Liniment The first application gave me instant relief and can now use my arm well everMRS H SPRINGER 921 Flora St Elizabeth N- JSLOANS LINIMENT iSM excellent antiseptic and germ killeri heals cuts burns wounds and contusions and will draw the poison from sting of poi sonous insects 260 50o and 100 JIlII Sloina book hdnet cattle sheep aDd poultry sent free Dr Ian Sloan Bortaa XaasUSL I or a to I as as B on S BULL ON A RAMPAGE MAKES WEARER OF HOBBLE SKIRt HUNT TALL I N TIMBERi i Animal Chases Autoltts and Tosses Up Girl With Freak Femmlnes Jump Climb GownFaIrI Pottstown PaA pretty girl auto raoblllat In a big mushroom hat and a hobbte skirt had a lively experience with an infuriated bull over In Chester SheIdlvjdpd as to sex who had come up from WffidelphU In a large touring car land acting on the suggestion of CIM jot the men that a stretching would do them all good they got out The three girls charmed by the rugged beauty of the landscape and anxious to get some wild flowers grow tog on a slope of the Chestnut hills ventured forth Their course lay over a field in which some sleek cows and an Innocentlooking bull were brows- Ing TIe girl wearing the mushroom hat with Its gay Parisian trimming lin gered some distance behind her com panlons and the bull saw her and got busy In a twinkling With a whisk of his stubby tall and a snort and loud bellowing he charged Orje of the girls in the lead quickly hurdled a fence while the other sprinted to a tree and clambered up But she who had excited the Ire of the bull seemed doomed She moved as fast as she could with the handl cap of her hobble skirt and realizing that her mushroom hat had put the bull Into action she adopted the strategic movement of casting It aside It worked and her enemy stopped long enough in his pursuit to make it look as if It had been In a cyclone Then he charged again and the girls safety hinged oh the question whether she or the bun reached the fence first She made It twenty feet ahead of the beast but That hobble skirt was a dead weight to her free movement As she reached the third Vail the hull came up arM a wicked jjab of his horns sent her to the other side Only a few bruises and some rent garments resulted For goodness sake dont tell him who we are exclaimed the three girls In chorus when a passerby got Inquisitive and even the license tag was taken off the auto to destroy any clew to their Identity PEASANT FINDS A1QUEEN Covered With Jewels Her Body Lay Burled Near Anclent GazaJJ In Palestine f The chance discovery near ancient Gaza In Palestine of a tomb contain lug the embalmed body of a wOman yearing a crown and rich ornaments Lylike an Arabian Nights tale Tie discovery was made by a man named MusaelBurtu while digging on his land and this Is a translation of he account of it sent from Jerusalem br Prof Macallster to the Palestine exploration fund When Musa went to his land and was working and digging In It founaa little door He entered bylt intoTa cave divided into two chambers and entering through the second door he found a coma of hardwood And he opened It and in the coffin was another of crystal And he broke this and Inside It ho found one of the old queens embalmed and on her bead a crown adorned with precious utonos and on her nick a necklace of pearls and three chains beside on her TjreAst andabov her head was a candlestick of gold and another at her foot Another account from Mr Knese vlch of Gaza says that the sarcop hagus was of pure white marble and wad strongly protected by a sort of yast of hugo stones built over it The lid Qf sarcophagus was artistically carved in the exact form of the mum myi which was In excellent prestirya tioiu The hair was loose and the head bound with a filet the form of which suggested that the mummy was Roman but the shoes were Egyptian No Inscription was on the sarcophagus lbuJ a book is said to have been found InltNew York Sun r HOW JOHN KLING GOT START t Catcher of Chicago Cubs SAys It Waa Partly His Own Fault and V Partly Bad LUck- BY JOHN KLING tuHowUtaeto become professional players have as dldthewas badflick thatIt knewthebeen spoiled by itoo much success as a Bemlprofeslonal player before I tried to get Into professional baseball Also had learned Wrong Is many things and wanted to play my way Instead of playing thb way the managers and the experienced players did It took me a long time to discover that per haps they knew more about It In the organized leagues thaq we did in the amateur ranks I dont remember the time I did not play sail 1 began about the time I started to schoj l I discovered when I went to work that baseball helped me a lot I got a job and was advanced faster and given better chances than the fellows who did not play so I realised baseball was valu able as a side line AftCa time imy friends began tell- Ing me I was tjoo good for the semi pro game and advised me to go out as a pitcher I was scared sick being very young but I got a job at Rock ford III and they fired me before hadmy shoes broken in That sent me back to the semipro field We happened to need a catcher and being the captain F made myself catcher because we neededone not because I jItJonFuntil they told me I was too good a r to stay ground Kansas City took their word for It and went to the Texas league The only reason I quit there was because the team refused to pay me I returned to the Schmeltzers again and after a time signed with St Joseph as a catcher I had learned a lot and the biggest thing I had learned was to keep cool and never lose my temper I believe a catcher who car keep cool can outthink anyone who lets either temper or excitementt getaway with him The catcher need not be brain for but If he keeps thinking all the time he will outthink the fellow who loses his head part of the time I John Kllng noticed also that even the appearance of coolness and steadiness on the part of the catcher helps the pitcher and helps the infield So even when JJ perIfectl1habit and past of the job When I learned that I think I really was getting my start I was at St Joe only a short time when Chicago got me and brought me to the West Side team There with Chance and with smart pitchers I got started right UNIQUE DECISIONS IN GOLF St Andrews Body Rules Barf Mutt Be Played on Where It Query and AnswerLayI LocnJ golfers are having a teyr chuckles over a decision recently made by the rules committee of the St Andrews body that sets Itself up as the oraclo of goUt rulings In brief it yom Hall lands in the turnedup portion of your trousers or In the rim of your bat you must play It as It lies days the Chicago Evenlnt Post But If the ball were to fall Into the caddy bag when you endear ored to drop It on the fair grin you may take it ojut anti redrop It The St Andrews decision together with the query about a dropped ball going Into play that prompted the Scotch club o make the rulfflg fol lows Huntloy Hil Golf Clubl Pursuant to n local rule A lifted his ball drojipltig It over his shoulder the ball fell into his golf bag whiciwas swung over hlsj shoulder Was A en titled tb redrop without penalty or should he hav0 played the ball from out of the bkgf or given up the hole betJlug rule 17 Is there any dif ference in principle between a baUf plad Into tho nfnedup part of wearlng1andwhich the playpr Is carrying entitled to redrop AnswerAlfaspenalty The player cJubs cannot be hold to comO lender rule 17 2 Tire difference between the cases mention ed Is that Inith first case the ball Is in play a dIn the seqond case the ball Is not In play until dropped o oupshlny House 1erectedarrangement bjy a woman who loved sunlight She accordingly sought to stlmulatti It for the dark days which must Inevitably come In the years calendar Every 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