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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 U IIU 1nMMr ESTABLSIIED4 w 1N1883 I i 5 r NEW EIEVm NO WASHlNGTON t ltY 191911 IlIA1 IionMj i ThMai of V Ien 3s a ssa sjwctacle to set all theBSBIS people eajoying riftfees awl JKiviieges of a free fOTtcmsMot becottt so low and aneasrate M to sell their birth right lor a atees of pottage says t1M Lebaao Eatecprise The i wbshsale cocraptkm and the teIkbmbrMore takm place and is ow being WMle public in oar jkiai cotie 1OftiQlai to start sia an4 appajhn that the safer tr ty W oai kY s t s Iin iah IHIt frete tfct esrr tioa that Yr oe Mity over IorteeT1 hiadred I ia Mctsitats hay Wen reUrasd afftlAst citisens charged witht i 11t s 4inr theIr ToWc It is also anaosiosd that although IJ large nuiaberg of people in cer e tale cotatMs in that state have tI bMn indicted for bribery tbUgraad juries to far have onjse scratched the surface The corruption and debauchery now tec+ State exists to a more or less I tent in other States of the 1Iou There is nothing moreI ntceesary to preserve the safety tiIf it than to guard and keep free r the parity and sanctity of the ballot and wfnever a peo V pie become so debased as to sell their suffrage the government to lj which they will soot weaken and fall into decay It C Is said that nations in times I pest have fallen and come to an end through degeneracy and the profligacy of their people Can of it be that history iis repeating f itself Unless strenuous efforts are made to correct and stamp out this terrible evil it w111iI spread to every part of the t i country and ita blighting info ence will permeate every artery e andIQcki the lifeblood of the nation C R L 4l cMrier Department Office of Coasptroller of the Currency Waihinfton D C December 31 1910 Whereas by Batisfactory n Vvidence presented to the undnirned r ithac been made ta appear that The t t First National Bank of Springfield teeated in the town of Springfield i d in thcCountyofWuhlntonaidStatec- eKentucky b4a complied with all th iI provisions of the Act of Congress tto enable National Banking ABSoeiations to extend their corporate existence i and for other purpoeea approved July 12 1882 aa amended by the Act approved April 12 1902 Now therefore I Lawrence 0 Murray Comptroller of the Currency do hereby certify that The First National Bank of Springfield located in the Town of Springfield the County of Washington and State of Kentucky 3 authorizedto have succession for the period specified iin its amended articles of association namely until close ofI i business on January 2 1931 I f 4j In testimony whereof wiqi ness my hand and office this Slat day of Decem ber 1910 oj LAWRENCE O MURRAY II Comptroller of the CurrencyrlCharter Ho 1767 Extension No 1010 rjI Mulct Sold tctal Buckler Sanders 28 mules W I which be receivtd 185 per bead i They were stripped at once to Atlanta Ga aud sold for 19625 each Qc the same day Robert and Sam Bordett shipped one car aiid Willis Burdett shipped two carsof mules to the same market The mules belonging to the Messrs Purdett brought p ll5 teach and the cars of mule 4 otd bj Willis Burdefl sold fori 2Xper head on the market at amou1toffinover rec iyed of 00eAll this stock was exceptionallyI I lkernul IB rood marketable con emainitigJnjtbBI BM tbftt are to be shipped to iontAJ r Etfty jiMr a llarge number of- ereiswkse poor pod J8l are aore and r therti cUe BtttthfeU costly and si t C t it way aas Theres a better way Let 4i i Dr Xtac New Dkeeverp care you at Y hewe Itemtdmr lang trouble i wris WJt Nefcou of CalMtae rk II when Vpe f iUd and I gained 47 4 fyfaii In weight Iti surety the Kig i lItouiItjf IJmJ I Ai a c1I1 seu Me f i ThE Nre yyfS=LEf AD ID ft n- i h r xviii 3SPRINGFWLD KENTUCKYJANUARY d belong lflli Horrible Acckfcsrt t Mrs fames Allen a well known resident of the Ellisburg section of Casey county died a few days ago from injuries said to have beeiQ inflicted by her I daughter Lola Allen aged riorJ d to the attention being paid to her daughter by one of her admirers and this so angered he i yoinger woman she struck jber mother inflicting the iojuries which causedvher death nothJ er report is to the effect that aAtwr tdenb i5ft Ji sustained thelnjurietttrbm which she dled lbanon Enterprise Solve aiD pfAiJierYeJ hI want to thank you from the bot torn of heart C B sL dbierfulcioublek Bitters Ju curing me of both a vere case of stouacb trouble and j orhe Jn t1lmfromwhich I had been an althosthelpiess sufferer for s It suited th houoghI pepsial Indigestion jaundice and to rid the system of kidney polsions that I caUse rheumatism Electric Bitters has no equal Try them every bot e is allcMrs Cook Tells Trutht sorDexterstatement Mrs Co k telltt the brouihtIbackberS whbeaysrelief until I tried CarduCtbe womens tonic I suffered more or less for 10 years and was so weak and nerv us iI could hardly d o my house work Now I awain better health than ever before am regular as clock work do c teratfollVerywomen have been helped hack to health by Gardui Try it MONEY BACK Haydon Willctt Silt Re I markaijle Catarrh Cure Pour a few drops of HYOMEI pro EdoundStaubberbreathe into t e lungs the very same antiseptic germ killing air as you would breathe in the Australian forests uf eucalyptus where catarrh besAnd HYOMEI is so pleasant touaeif youUUke to use it wheuyou breathe it the effect on the inflamed catarrh nfected and germ ridden membrane soothing and QInJerful relief that you will know that at last yon have a cure for catarrh A HOMEI outfit which consists of one bottle of HYOMEI a hard rubber pocket inhaler a medicine drop per and elmplQ instructions for use coats only 100 and extra bottles of 1BYOMEI1aonly 50 cents- HYOMEL is guaranteed to cure catarrh asthma croup bronchitis coughs colds sore throat or money back HYOMEI is sold by Haydon is Willett and leading druggists everywhere Commissioners sate I Washington Circuit Court Ey Mrs Louise J Settle Plff EquityMurrayBy virtue of a Judgment and order of Ale of the Washington Circuit Court rrendered at the May term 1910 in the above styled pause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court HU8e door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY JANUARY 23 1911 at 2 oclock p m orthereabout to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of 6 and 12 months the follow ing described properity towit A certain tract of land situate4 in Washington county Eyv about one mile from Mooresville and about 14 mile from Bloomfield and Springfield and Bloomfield pike containing 104 acres more or less This farm bas a residencethre bams with total caP tybf 12 to 15 acres of tobacco and fa large percentrge of good land The sums toDe raised with interest to dateofsaleJan 23 1911 aggregjip 194003 with estimated COlt rn1lng a totalof 20103 Forthe purchase price the purchaserr or purchasers with approved security beariDclegall I paid and having the force andeffecl of a Judgment Bidders will be prer9tto comply promptly with e F BOSLEY M Co W fi Cf NOTICE All persons knowiog themselves indebted to W P Kelly deceased will please Hll and settle with the undersigned Also all persons having tools belonging to him will retaini same to me at once i JOHN APOL IN Admr of W PKelly decd Cryfit A5T9 IA MiMi AMWtla Noo an Diad IfI moeJoAfter a lingering several months duration Miss Annette i oonan aged about of1MuIsvmer8 lOll at oclocksDeceased was born in Washy ngton county but her childhood aud young womenbeo were tpent in Bard town ttn4 in Louis befaq11J1removed Annetta possessed abrcjhtmfnduacusnd zo I gentle disposition and was a comfort and ajoy in hjer admfr abl fleest member of a once large fern ly circle the passing of this love will cast an intense om and heartbreaking loneli ness upon tbfa oftstricken home for lin the pst six years vthe no ble Christian wife and mother and the other members of this sehold have been many times bowed beneath Peaths merciless bereavement the father Mathew Noonan two dangbtrsHH Misses Nellie and Kate Noonan having within that period passed the bourn whence no travellers returnJJ anti in their more recent loss as in the tiev rows alread afflicting them they have the sympathy and condolence and the friendship of this community afld of an other ere widelyextended circle of iuaiotsn St ac I14oneral I which congregation deceased s a devout member Inter men was fn St Joseph ceme y Bardetown Iimmediately owing the 1010 train from umsvilleLp on Tuesday Jan 10 The surviving close relatives are a mother Mrs Nannie Njoon an two 11steJtu Serena Noonan Lo1usvilleand Jac tkfour brothers Mesrs James Noonan Louisville Paul and HermanNoonan St Louis and ward Noonan of the U 8 nding Army Mrs Frank Reynolds this city is an aunt of deceased Bardstown Standard Miss Noonan is well remeta reil by a large number of ends in this county as she formerly resided here near Fen wick Up In Carcass of Mule Bart Brown of Gum Log Ga has just emerged from the unusual xperienCe of being sewed up six hours on the inside of a mules carcass Last week i B p 1antonewerendingtbelr Ward down the country rOad Tbegoic1J was too heayy for Brown and he collapsed by the roadside nearthe carcassbf 61dl bumpbickl whQhad been carry ing the mall to and from BratiS own for lol these mauy many earS but who left the overn mect service several hours be fore Brown and his comauIowcc came along jjokers seeing Brown helpless l hastily tratisformed he mule iii to a lower berth and istowe t B 1rownwith strings The leeptngmahi yeJHnR1Alter been badly frightened two men came up and hearing shrieks out the stitches and llet Brown out cold sober and bade fright e IBrowni II water wapron and swears vengeance 5e compared bis feeling i6i Jonahs but said thej saltingf waSot quite as fastFi Destroyed By the flames New Haven Ky Jjan 18 The handsome modern residence of Mr Hazard John near Nelson ville this county wall destroyed by fire with almost the entire contents Tqe origin of the fire is unknown liThe lossj iis estimated at between 55000 and 6000 with 3000 iinsurance H Public Sale and Rentingg As administrator pf the estate of W P KellY deceaejed I will at his late residence at Litsey Kyoii Friday Jaonary 21 1911 at 1 oclock p m offer for sal o tbe highest bidder ihe follow Iing property One tool chest and tools 1 grindstone 1 bro1axie Bedsteads bedding aid house hold and kitchen furniture 1 whetJbarrow 1 shot gun plows hoes forks and other articles too numerous to mention TiiuisAll sums of 10 and under cash over that amount note with approved security bearing interest from date and due three months after date At the same time Ont placeI will offer for rent bis ltte resi deuce and about 2 acres o ground until January 1st 1912 Renter will be required to exec ute note with approved security due Jan K ary 1st 1912 bearing interest from date John A Polin Admr of W P Kelly Deceased g M 74bs JJ 5 THE NEW LEADER 8 BARGAI- NSUBSCRIPTION t OFFl ONE DAY ONLY JANUARY 30 tat1 h bsripUonarranged With the LouiSville Herald to set asidq one day a d make special price whereby WI could offer the NewsLeadet an their than the GHnndredsorder tokeep fully abreast bf the news or the world8e who doInlnot should do It l ofKentuckymanager and jaa good as it has always been i it is better fcjd ijtl an ever ertisingofIt has the finest local news service of any daily pape j tl eState andtherangement we are able to make the wonderful offer The LwbvHIc My lenMReiar Price 2 jajarear TIle wsJtMer 1er1ce TOtt r Both For 276 j If subscription Is received at our office not later than January 30 1911 PoSItively no subscription will be accep1edat ass than the rezuiar price If received In envelope postmarked later nan1 January cUrrencylnrepteredletter willda which present subscriptions expireif ypu have paldLu our sub scriptieas for our paper you may send 2for aUbiciUon to the Herald 10M AU subscriptions must be sent to J I ri WMMAtIM a J 1 poPPOSED TIlE CUT OUtwit 1 SWashington County Growers theVotei Against That Proposition r Majority of Other Counties For It i 1O willIberijcqtop oftbEe 3911jl tobacco crop in Washington 1Bounty was the unaniiiiious vote of he mass convention at the Court House last Saturdaybalarge crowd was in Cdur House was crowded The meeting WAS called to order andI M rW A Clements was elected I Chan man and W D Clayhrooke lfcjecretary A sPechwas made by HonT ticoit Mayes in which be strongly advocated thereduc iOn of acreage of tbbacco and nfaqe a strong Appeal to the growers to stand together in Vltbtuponi any and all present for an ex pression of their views Esquire Njmrodj Hendren then made a speech m which he urged grow ers to reduce their crops Hon W C McChord made a speech Itf which he dealt with the cut out proposition and expressed himself as believing that it WQufd benefit the American Tobacco Co and not the grower He said it would be alright if the growers bad one or two crops in their barns as it would advance the the price but as it was the Amr can Tobacco Co which hud the supply on its hands it would be the beneficiary by a cut out He urged a reduction of acreage on 111e9uitable VaDtie tohout flndbyt hand upThereduction of acreage which was tybyeffected were then pAmongGeorge Wharton who proposed that a certain number of acres Dfu tobacco to each one hundred acres of land a man owned be agreed upon designating a certain number for the first hundred acres and a smaller number for each additional bundred and if a man Owned pdredon a hundred acre basis An Other plan suggested was for each grower to raise one half the crOp be grew during 1910 A prominent tobacco grower objected to the plan as being iin- equitable as he owned 200 acres of Vand and had just erected acre tobacco barn and that be grew in 1910 three acres of tobacco and if required to cut his crop half he could not pay for his barn It was finally agreed to sU btmit the details of the matter off adjusting the com m toitteeofposed of two from each voting precinct The committee wiiiameet and arrange the plan bj which the reduction can best be effected and submit their report to a meeting of the growers to ecalled in the near future Ifor L their ratification or rejection Lexington Ky Jan 14- rowers of Fayette county the llargest producing county in the white Hnrley district voted to abandon the 1911 crop after b meeting here in which somo speakers said that if the cm opf were not cut out night riding outrages would be resumed The meeting of the Payette county tobacco growers was so largel that tCourthad to adjourn to the Circuit Court room It adopted a reso llution fibyopponents of the plan declined to vote When the resolution was otIer ed Chairman J Cloud Bosworth put the motion before there was l any discussion but immediately the vote by which it was adopted was reconsidered and after it had been thoroughly discussed proand con and after speeches had been made that were full of v J erest and some of which were nted enough to startle the big audience the vote was retaken the resolution went through ha whoop AfLerthe meeting nearly three Ihujusudredacrescutout and a number of growers declared that they would cut Out the crop but would sign to pledge to that ef fect following the plan adopted by many growers in lbs Other tobaccorgrowing counr 11eI of Kentucky today in mass meetings Of their growersde clared by a large m aoritytnculling utthetu atco crop fohi1911 portedioI cco Union here that favor the cut out aife Lincoln Mason Fleming Shelby Fayette Gar K cardlin Owen Woodford Grant Pe otndletonThe counties opposed to a cutout are Clark Where no ac tion was taken today Boyje In which the majority was ten ag haainstsichallemployed by those against a cut out Mercer county growers tor up pratoday to cut out the crop on the refusal of the big independents to hicomeBath county postponed action PURE mCH BLOOD H wraydonscription that Means Vigor Vim Vitality Because Miona causes th blood to get better and more nourishment it is at all times a grluableto the muscles clears up the improperly nourished brain anidbl akes strong nerves that wjlXi stand the severest test Men who feel that their vital is slipping away that the vim formerlyputat ambitious impulses and clever ideas do not come as they sosedth reatBesides being Ii peerless reme dv for indigestion Miona is a most pronounced toioJIf you have a blnfc discbnten ted feeling through the day and ass restless nights trying u uccessfully to get a refreshing sleep take a month ia treatment of MIO NA stomach tablets and tb tringlife teM1ONAteL Haydon Willett and druggist everywhere Guaranteed to cure idigestion and all stomach misery or manev back Elope to Jetfersonville Miss Lottie Hourigan the attractive daughter of J P Houri i gan of Riley and William Mor j n of St Louis eloped to Jefff ersonville last Friday and were married in tbat city Immedi tely after the ceremony the jleft for St Louis where they will be the guests of the grooms relatives Mr Morton has been in the service of the Government at Panama where the big ditch is beingconstructed but justj whether ok not he and his bride will return there could not be learnedfMiss Hourigan and Mr Mor ton had been sweethearts for several years but their lelope ment nevertheless last Friday came as a surprise to their friends Lebanon Enterprise Child Painfully Burped Monday morning while the twoyear old daughter of Mr and Mrs Waiter Greer was playing in front of an open grate ngbttltebdc apd arm The bother in trying extinguish the ll mesI was also painfully burned on hel hands Medical assistance was i immediately summoned and the latest news received is to theI effect Mrs Greer and the little ij girl are doing nicely Lebanon Enterprise foth3 t r M t1 SUBSCRJP710N1 i IOrIAE- ARt9etnnnIt14flt I j SheepKillinr Dog tt j LastTuesday right dogs made a raid dn Mr William Bannas sheeR and killed five He had boughrthem that flayc On Wednesday morning Mr Her Jneigbbor I dogs in his sheep which werE kept in a barn about one han Ired and fifty jyards distance from his house Be hurriedly grabbed his shot gun and lan tern and when be got tatbe barn the sucdogsin and hadattackedth eepbThey bad bittensys Iabout the ibrjoat and othecfise cri PPle Ix He founiI Iwp or dflve010i lambss ppQlHd to ifun over bv the older heep in their efforts to es pe and wreklUed Hokillecii 6ne uf the dogstslrid crippled Ihe her one so badly that it didI not get farbefore he loa 13dTh pier ii gn ing off bedou Utittag to town and when the numca bo ron it was com p red with the list 3Rt0ta carjt oyed to be the one that Mr J P Straler bad paid for and it later developed that they were busdogs4Earrodsbur Saves Two JveiNeither my sister nor my selIL might be Hying today If it had nottj been for Dr Kings New Discovery i ites p McDonald of Faye tc le N C Bp No8 forwe bot hajdfrightful coughs that rio other rejiedy could help We were told my sister had consumptlnon Bht waS very weak and hap night sweats iebu t your wonderful medicine com pletely cured usboth Its the best I ever used or heard of For sore lungs coughs colds hemorrhage ippe asthma hay feyer crdnp whooping congb all bronchial trou pesitsdo 50c padRobertaoa Raids Crap Game j Saturday night about 70o clock policeman J A Thomp n discovered a light under the ar of shop of VlrR iiWSlck etta wbichiaces on Spalding avenue Crawling through a small opening he toufldAl Lancaster i ames Brown Charlie Buokp and Web Jrboe engagdlu a crap game The negroes werearrested and lined Monday in police pourt Buckner and Brown arranged their fines and the other two jIprceJAncaster itj ffreedom by flight but Jarboe soon repented and Tetnrned Lancaster wade good his escape Marion Falcon i 21 Years in Penitentiary I Cain pheils ville Ky Jan 12 Tuwny Bagby who killed Ynr nou Coffey Jailer Of Gre en3c county at Greensburg Ky pnet year ago wits sehtencedtb serv weatyobe years JiihpCnIt flstiary by a jury here this afternoon The jury reached its vera dice after deliberating forty eight hour Bagby s wife and six phi dreno were presept throug t the trial When the significance of thet tdeafhemfatberf and pleaded with bel der Utiesp nott to take him from them They insisted on accompanying their parent back to the pJllq cell and the pathoso the sepa ration them caused tears to course down the cheeks of the Jailer and his guards s On first ballot the jury stood seven for metynine years 0tne hangifagurid four for tWentyote years The case Was transferred to this county where Bagby was sent to jail a year ago tq avoid a ImobO Fd Sold ier TtrIur djFor years 1 suffered unspeakable ttorture from Indigestion coaatipa tlon aria liver trouole wrote A Jt Smith a war veteran at Erie Pa but Dr Kings Ncw Life Pills ixcd me all right They re simply gree tTry thin for any stomach liver or kidney trouble Oal25clt Ray ia4 RoberUorip fO i7ADmt tree SNIeM- qr i FaOesd George Penman o1orit1 j t an 4 expiring eift ri js 1a Tbu t ban thekscer county line He WM JIrrIk ing ing esg1hisgaersg- amenU wBem a awNilt of land gayeaipray Ttee ba Jc Was clear of ahrIbrMIkipoint anti PenniastiIb1eI a hundred feet so the riesc1 s low He strack the lee h force that heWaa tWtto theGarrar ooaHtjr ffciiir lW eatrmmf toIbY theiexp riejs iehi I fcos j fl Jiit amid UniJYr3j3lf again HlLr id- CEJ Y Eureka Springs Arfc f hs4 4 i j Mrs JarrTe lNMbtlfc T oneer kaiasas saloon smalMer t Buffered a nervous CQlui1i 3iontipn expressed the fear ta tfMtj reer asa teairteraaoe leelirerl d heaqtive enemy of iavexi nts iiaendti I DatiJn a irJjtIrm ay nit result frot leq irege but often tycre Imhir are caused that nftk a quickjeittz Sucklens ArnfcaSfelrel the ikkkttsu kesIlssora liJDriVes off skin enfptfda ulcers irbllca Only 25c at Haydon k- U8 Xefeert 11SO iUfLIi j Recently PIN atlaski Z 4 eD of Nel80 n all we 1M BaUtqwnwen t Iba Mees at- appir j Sl ijr9 tN ttHaft bi rchvse some clothes ac f aa7SstitjtbatwaassposibssiL t twenty dollar bill and lie tirkgave him back proptf cfcaagtU hi return for his pHrdlMM 9br next day whea this biltfwacj presented for depoaitsttbeekt I of New Raven itwMpteteowi i a raised bill ProceigL1wr1 immediately instituled asd PTuesday of last week Xtert was arrested by U S Mcriit Hr vice agents ADonel1aIred by Deputy D6 4latbal Ryan ofliouiiville M he raa attempfng to board tra4 efotr Meace county Th prippMC twas b ought to blsitadpUcd td jail Lila tritaheld before tJ 8 OorniirC CBoldrIck Hesterfcntertd aeofkgsLl- y arid watTheld to aMwef at UM March term of tkrU 8 Civctii court at Louisville MM 1aI lie ffault of giving boad bif ITdOd forI nls appearance hems mt i ed tp the jail ofJeffWami SSIt7 Ohet bill raised was a tOOher certificafo of the tJnted 8Ute andt1 attempt to pM ltfoci20bil was dome by peMiig cjphers after tM gire 2 Ii the bill The Work WM cleverly done as it Was xaiadl by several and not detoctwi 811t111 it reacbedth8 DAS It 1rM tiw opinion of the 4tdTtniSM 4 ectives tha other pcfcfc ar conducted with Hester sad lbs fllclalsareusingsvtry sgavoc to ascertain who they ariLfbanon EaMrprfHI EAUT1FJJ L HAIR Haycfcnr Jk W Ut thS Gratte IjrI IItI i Ww Part slat ihe grtaA sa efficient hair w t iAfrk gissrste to pera e tly yiiairt aa1atowee r TCMI ty cParti ius s W ftllfcff kmfeui Ilprev t I ItU the best belittler 1If laMs h air asitaiahsii liiIsariI- y taW bNtlfa1 Jta refrl jitatiw t itidres1 aet Mkhi st pey IjPartax ssJM w aM rfsM7- LiaraateIIk Xa k wm1Price Me a are bows 111 gtti with the ABteni hair teM cv rj e t1t 4S LhVtN4 Psa- tie5 hs It tory Ma l cHreMkw 44 1 I55 YMareebIaz Mr R A t i r THh1NM BLEADEll TIE W4EADEU PIKGFI JditKY t i t9 D VERYrV DAY x f JAIIfS we JOSEPLPOU Editors and Pflblshes THEI sqAyt JAN19 1910 Another outrage has Tbeeo com mote din this Commonwealth il pagey In Ken tuckys history Another insult t toe laws of the t State and an other heinous murder committed7 when on last Sunday night a mob went to ShelbyviUe jail au Rtook therefrom three negroes t woof whom perished at it- hands the third fortunately i believed to have escaped andi wilt appear against the mob o One of its murdered victims was under sentence of death andj without any hppe pf commula Jhtio o1j argon and now the law s r rotf IKdtitilcky are set at defiance 1i by a gang of the lower elements t of Shelby county Men whoare themselves criminals of the deepest eye and seize their con demned victim from the power ofllie law which would trios p urel3 have punished him wth rUie extreme penalty and in cojjd i blood murder him The others were in jail accused of Grim ja The Jaw would have determined d l heir guilt or innocence If either was guilty and it Was with utg t F pronounce the penalty wewoul put the extreme limit which the I t laws allow But the law wa- not given a chance The llaw Woud have pronounced a punt Bailment commensurate with th P f jeeree of the offense but no v moof hoodlums thedreg- ste of fcotiny andbf the Statewh have been a bane to Kentucky from befirst existence and b ef smirched t1ename of another t wisefair stater fith the conce ottI3ucifdr IseWifig the placf deStil rj Mwith them instead juts tice but f 5p vengeance not to i execut but to murder them We are opposed to mob law etwhether itt5e i1 Ohioi or in Kent ckYtand we eay it wilhoutfear of contradiction that that pog xnnfortunote negro Marshalli found guilty of a most heinous r rimejignorant friendless an- despised was a better man than 4those wbp murdered him J3e twas to have paid the penalty fpr v his crime now he cannot He was to have been executed hI has been murdered i BntMan proposes and Go de f disposes And the members tbat mob well as they believed1 their nefarious work to be cove eii by the darkness of midnights iolyhourare about learn tin jthe night bas oyes Well as 4 they were masked their masks are qbout to be torn off and lea them exposed probably the ne gro West has been snatched from theta grasps for the purpose of rjdlvine vengatocde and their Ne idesi is about to appear in the form pf him wHose life they feLSOuffbt The Commonwealth XentHcky through itsiGovernor v hasgiyeni expression to the in t togetherSvth district will leave not stone unturned to find these murderers s And when they are found t guilt proven they should not tsentb ito the penitentiary fqr t1 i tit rm of years but treated as anv- n 6iherniurderssent to the ele jttticchainj Valler Hill Ir i vr Mrs Palmer Goa tiey left Tues v da jtpr Texas on avisitto hrht son Howard She will be gonei about three weeks i k MrJR d eat nrd fomiyt j tpeut Sunday tyith Mrs Ghas Donahuk Mrs Thomp on of Bloomfield is visiting hersister Mrs J 0 Harmon j returnadIl r awtiti to Relatives at Snringfitjd Misses Louise and Theh a Tatham spent SaturdaYwand Sunday with Miss Virginia Foster at Springfield 1 Miss Pearl Goatlpy spent last vIsitIngtMP and Mrs T C Tatum and Miss Madge Lear of Louisville aarmondandfamily f fi thesMissPearlGoatYs ispentjSaturday arelativesIi For fear If am trespassing will ring off KldcJ Solves a Deep Mystery Iwant to thank you from the bot tom of my heart wrote C B Rader of Lewisburg W Va for the won derful double benefit I trot from Elec bothtsevere case stouacb trouble and pf rheumatism from which I had ibeen an almost helpless sufferer for ten years It suited my case as dyerid the system of kidney poisions that cause rheumatism Electric Bitters bolly SOc at Haydon Robertsons WillisJwrg hasfj iJIj3MrjJffLouisvlUeMrs Edd Suttop tsvisitt j ng her parents sear Lawrencs b urgh MrS TG Johnson is spend ing the week at Van Buren BbIreuson There will be a box supper tanithe net wildnew schojolj building and everybody is cordi ally invited Everybody come you will be treated right aid have everything nice to eat Rev Loas the regular paster at the Christian church for theI fiofg t the pulpit last Sunday WI Ding at 11 and arp m His discourses wesmuch enjoyed by all present atRev Hamilton vill preach at the Baptist church on nea mveRev Hamilton has begun his sec placeHelau4 we wish him success illlmoveilll OlIMaymie Merritt iis viM1hist IMrs Saw Goodlett is visiting her parents near Springfield iiMiss 0dwillbeRay aMiss Edia Sims entertained a ascSaturday evqning We ara sorry to learn that MIwr P Scruggs is ill at his home near this place We hbpfe he may soon recover and be in olurI midst soon eiMr LeVi HatterJy has movecj into our viqicity from Tathijn He recently bought Mr Rich ra tt + tt Att + tttttt t tN A I P 1AND1 I S As executor of the estate oi W T Stigall deceased jjifd in pur premisesnearSATURDAY FEBRUARY 4 ik1 I I fbllowingpropeThe land owned by the late W T Stig I Iat the time of his death said land has on it a good iarn and I I dgrassIIIp ACRESI will also at thesame time and place offeif for sale one Bird ell Wagon 1 very fine shot gun 1 orghum mill and box 1 share of Stock Certificate No 96 Washington County Warehouse Co 1 double shovel plow lot of coriHn crib estimated at 30 barrels f forTERMSThewhich purchaser will be required to execute notes with app eyed ty bearing interest at 6 per cent from date payable nunuall Oi all sums of 5iO and under cash over that amount notemonths after datR be ring interest at 0 per cent per annum seCUri1 JOSEPH POLJINl Executor of the will of tV T La1 L attttttttttttt J tte tttt+t tttittttat PinksItontown 4 Evety year a large umber of poor sufferers whose lungsjai e sore and rack with coughs s re urged o go to another climate But this iis easily and not a ways sure Theres fbjetter way Le t Dr Kings New Discp erp cure you at home It ured me t lung trouble writes W R Nelson o Calamine Ark when all eLse faile and I gamed 47 pounds in weight I s surety the Kin of all cough and fun ores Thousands owe their Hvi s and health to it Ins positively basis t ed for Coughs Colds LaGrippe A it ma Croup all Throat and Luog t re ubles 50c and 100 Trial bottle fee at Haydon bert on Tatham rings Mrl J yam Roy s tlr visited Mr S Royalty Salt rday ntrbtaMr Ed Hat it ttu of this place has moved to Li rencebjurg 1Rev H P Hachett hued hivj appointment at Rock ifSunday Mr Jim Kajs is ill at this writincr The wife am laughter of H JP Hatfhetl aie attending the funeral of her at in Spencer county Harvey Thompson sold two hogs for seve and one alff cents a pound J tSarah Burlap ad visited her Mrs Silas JBurkhead Sun day ruestt of Mr Marvin olvin Saturday inrght Mr Sam Well has purchased a sitars in the buggyshp at- tttTathapafrom Mr Ed host ej beenIIto Casey count on business Mr Johnie Royalty and wif visited Mr Grapon elrcy and wIfe on the eight of the month MqC 0 Pojjier bas boen invoicing goods for MIr Rome r purichased ta half interest ii the s rfher store of this place is doing goid business Mr Silas Burkhead is put ing foIthethis week His wife hnssollHiI hens thit have a kirdVf a thrash in their throats and she tivants 0bly knotv huw to cure thepi If an of the readers klowany remedy please wute and tell hcrab ut it t r SNAKES WERE 11Reptiles From B Stiff on Shlpbo When Put Ip wirm Water 1 rA naturalist pace jtold how in a thicket on a mountainside ho saw a man kill a rattlesnake Ho boat tho life out of it with club and con matt gled beyond recognition When thoI naturalist remonstrated tho man said Boss you cant kill la rattlesnake too 7On fgtor rom Rio do Ja nelro touched at Pe nnmbuco whero tho mate drove a bar jan with a snake ofIP v sizes tThedeck mate had them Ina cage on thoItheIgulf stream was crossed the sailor loft a quantity of wator In tho cgeaijd about 30 hours from port a biting gale struck tho ship All hands were bufeywlth the storm Whenj toithem frozen stiff ijiid apparently as dead as the proverbial doornail The dealer for whom fhbmate ebrought folIhndtt appointment over the loss of his In tended purchase hilt offered to take tho snakes away as a kindness to the armsIUkothem homo But aj rival dealer sit- erward told tho offide that plenty of warm wator had resuscitated the snakes andthat they had been sold to various rnuseuins not a fill the worso for their death by freezing Harpers Weekly IICARRYING GOSPEL TO MINERS PIttsburg Evangelists Have Novel Plan for Religious Work In the Depths- of the Earth hunaredBI theirIof tho PIttsburg ojrangellstic commit tpo This movement Is without precedent worldImoro than a score of men prominent In the business financial and profes cityePIttsburg district will boo overlooked It expected to have a largo enough band bf workers engaged to enablq the committee to take tho Gospel dowel the varfa toImines during thQ mining hours and make their way t rOugh tho various passages leaving ilamphlots and cards with tho workers At the noon hour an open air meet- Ing will bo held f Addresses will be made to the ers In different tongues by evangelists of their own JmU aUtyII A Pardona IeMlstake These now bate bather mo consider with my weak eyes The Irate are Ulg seeYOh yes but at an afternoon rocep tlonil mistook a onag alane tTi Jf I t 1aONLY 20 T II 1I Of iIilq VerPrlc s Xha n et ii1 t o f ILI f1ff Have Ever Made tLf i 1 IIIF For Cash WeWiIISeUrAi sr sfl I Womens Tailored Suits and Cloaks1 r i I j Misses andd ChuldrousI CCioakskS J 1 f L t I Mens and Boys Suits andOwoats Itr PjJ ii jt il 4 r r r j B ei BFanRfefer t and gJPf5J ljJ Ii t 1Ii i ma Carpets WaTf Paper uains rt t t ITII I II tjjfljiL iJ 11 t 1a eL9 if l lulls 344 00000000C OOC + 00000000000000001c toia IwiJ c ljlfjj j OOa LEAF WAflEHOUSE l f SPRINGFIELDKyt try J4ti iTandy QuisenIerry tif pPs 1 r j 4 1I iiDailyI Auction lesf7 v WeB1 Lighted ff House Is to The Depoti + rr t i Ji tW i Some of your business l is respectfully iclit t and your ite f fl naasto realize best prices for your tbbacco t 1 l J sU00 Tandy QUlsenberrY Manager OOOOOOrJ00 00000000 000 X00000000 000000n r SVUlelDailythree until January 30 for 275 1 If If CASTOR1 f 1JOT Infentg and Childrelu i ThrKfpiYktWre Alwm t Bears thex Signature of R t++ tttt+tttttttt+ iattia lw st+ tattttio t N t t t j jt j to flQUEIk1w1 1 XX- r M g4J1 stSales Floor ff 4 t Plenty df Shed and Stalls EMEv irl i J I li 7 L410jt3J vRlNi 1RO iR TQBA CCO To us AND lwB WILL aET YOVIiTffBJIjlfl3 1 PRICI3IJf It fy r ts t 1 jWRRiTEORta M hl 0 slt II t6St rl RobertBohannafl j J x MAGER AND ATt Cnd NttiMtKtK Na r4 IrNr4tt4WN MKtNNt N1tNj NtVKKVlN S1ttt9N1SRlt I s r AT 7 7 rww it O DENTISTI RRSIOCNT TEE1iL EXtRACTED IIIN1THbUT pAIN ke OwioHag n Block up stairs rSPRINGFiD Y t All DentiOWoik Strictly Firjstclass QR J G MUDD Phybicip Mfr Surgeon FT1to2pm1 kf Offices over Haydons Drugstor I j 1llLamptoflMb w OftieJn Opera Nose o Office Phone No Jf flealdeRce No 38 w t Ij F dRiQsYr I jj rjOlco over Peoples Hank it tt SPRINGFIELD Ky 1j t jij MW HYATT I Office over Red Cross prn Stored Office hourd Hyatt iQ3p d 4m to 12 m r to 5 pTrnV 1MjI1NVMAYSr ffUO t e UCEHSEO DIRECTOR MA1ME V TELEPHONE DAT 10 NIQHTT4 gF+ l1RWF TRUSTY PRACTICAL4 VENTISTf Office over Bay on Barber tiijt L11 work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY j Railroad Schedule I f Following is the time schedulp nowin effect on the Bardstown candSpjrlngfield branch railroad Mo 41fBeavei Eomsyille all 4 Op II41ewpJuncti9t1 I 522 p m a s own 6G6 pm I jiarries atj gfteld Q5 p m t No 42Leav s Springfield at 600 am Bardstown 645 a jn Is Bardstown Junction 730 alIi arive at Louisville 820 a m No 43 Leaves Louisville at 4t720 am Bardstown Junction 855 a m BardstowniO05 a m tl arrives Springfield 1140 ptn I No 44 Leaves Springfield l3go p insBardstown 220 p m ardstown Junction 410 p m arrives at Louisville 5pID TaotII tact she as1 the supreme gift It will ng i1e all the thlngssho heeds brio thaiII itauily the greatest otall gifts to a iwbmtn C The glrV8Bchodl In some fardistant t j T4tppia ia going vto Include a course InI tact to correlate witlflts curriculum c c from the primary grades on through itha postgraduate worfc For when the day of enlightenment does come the sensible mother and the aStute father will realize that a working knowledge of how to get along with c people is more to be desired than I lghfrbranchesithan trigonometry It stands a gjrl furIther than talent Jt brings the world V to her feet to do her homage Tact Speed the day when we ishall appreciate the Importance of this J considered trifle Help us to rcal Ize that with it woman can wheedle the world out of anything it has to give but with her feeble strength Bhecant wrestle with It arid get any thing f = J 1 PROGRESS OF THE ESK1M03 1 tt rcpr6frn o W rIIy WIe That iTrdst T Canntft LShger Cheat 7 IL rtSm With theap Trlnkc ail 4 V rTS v Beattfe Wash Katak a folnt i3ar row Eiklmo baa sent to Seattle by ship Oqfox skisi to be sold f IQI 41000 and the monex to be used to pjorchaEe goods He wishes flou- ifVtatk f cooldng rarg and a tcoro of l articles that he bagncvercoen bV plctureBSo which in the advertlsln g ecttons pCthci magazines aad news f iiF papera haVe attn c d him V iXe missionaries have stopped the o lrc tii Whlaky between the whalers jiaadtBe arctic Eskimo who are now 4N in improved health D4 becoming co J iriij tkat traders cannot longer ex nt1VV j C pt Jofen Backlund master of an I arctic trading achooner says ti Owing gum Is of morft valuothan ftHRdropa la dealing Nwlit the arctic 4 uvlc 4aiI te th UUV Itt said Cal cklultfs that white a t giwfcdrrp ta coBBuraed hia few mo WMk a tclc of chewing gum lasts fktooft JAdMIItelr and can be usetf turn sad turn beut by the whole ny k j ITOiN rtJuuu Uuv tHWro iriIJNf Local Happenings of Interest r The Freshest and Latest E AIIAbout Yourself Friends L and Acquaintances SALE i Poland China 1FOitrd six pigs c Wo M DERRINGER M rtnd city Paints may cost trifle more bnt V LeoHaydnf oi SALE 1 horse buggy and harness Hite Clements FOR SAr2OO bushels ofr rohard Gras seed at2 per ushel Ci L Brady t Hotelwa first class Iieaol i FOR sALEOne good brood mare and 1 gopd work horse r OambeL A few good young Duroc boats for sale if taken immedi lately P S BARBER l rr 1 Springfield Ky FOR SALE 400 bushels of nice Orchard Grass Seed at 160 peJQibnsbel Call at once L ABurns tiirBjrkeysMrs RA Mclniire R 2 When ordering groceries dont forget to order White Rose or Ben Johnson flour Every sack uaranteed c FotISALESC Brown Leg- hornsandS C Buff Orpington Cockerels 1 00 each tMrsMonday was Quarterly Court yre as a small docket and iio contested clseAlll actions passing by default or being con nued A Dancing School under the direction of Miss Rose Cleavfir was epened at the Opera House Tuesday night whh good atten dance BELOW Cosr SALEof stylish Oats sbirtsi underskirts hats bisweek We absolutely carry Qotbiogover Our loss is your gain Mrs Kate Williams H L Goeatham andZ Y Hill of Nelson county were on the Loose Leaf Market last week with their tobacco sand were well pleased Mrr S M Campbell was in Nelson county yesterday crying BrosThet 7010 LOST OR STRAYED 1 black weigbingjLbont been missing about 8 weeks Any information leading to her recovery will be rewarded Mrs J R Cltybrooke The Supervisors have comple- tedt their wrk andhave adjourn ed to meet aRair next Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday for the purpose of hearing corn plaints frdm persons who feel that they have been unjustly raised Quite a number have been raised aud the Sheriffs Villl be kept busy for the next few days serving notices I Springfield is to receive some oft Mr Andrew Carnegies mil- lionsl which hehas been so liber ally donating recently as he has consented to donate one half on a 1500 organ for the Baptist church here A Committee has been appointed for the purpose of selecting the design and the organ will be installed in the near future Mr H M Grundy is in re ceipt of a letter from Mr E Hugo Erickspn of Minneapolis Minn in which he states he read of the accident of Mr John Piknd inquires as to his con dition stating that he is very iinxious to communicate with him arldtht it is yery important ihjitbe get injo communication with him To Meet Saturday The Committee appointed tt the mass meeting last Saturday to determine the plan for reduc LlDg the average of the 1911 crops wiLl meet at the Court House next Saturday Jan 21 to dispusB means whereby it can be reduced and determine upon some plan tto be submitted to a jass meeting ofj the growers to baheld Saturday Jan28th AI this meeting the r pot submitted TQPIGSI A iiW 6W JTecjth ex tractedwith out PAIN or DANGERS INo charges tarAbL WORK 90Doneinevery respect and just as ad n fj5vertisedi WYSmLARDDDSSpringfield iiI I M 99I will be open for discussion amendment ratification or rejection This meeting is one in which every tobacco grower of the county is interested and there Miutfiii 66 a full house antI free discussion of the subject both pro and con i Horse Sale Dont fall 19 atendtbe 6th an nual horse sale to be heldat Springfield Saturday Feb 25 1911 Get your horses ready and bring them in i Woodmen of the World The Woodmen of the World will meet tonight for the jnitia t tc4ionbers are requested to ba on hand The Woudmen are increasing their numbers rapidly here un der the able direction of Mr T S Nelligan of Louisville A Dutch Lunch will be served to he Woodmen in the near future KnottClements Announcement is made of the approaching marriage of Mr Joe J3 Clements to Miss Willy Knott The marriage will be solemnized at St Dominics cnarch Thursday February 9th HiltohYankey Mr Lois Yankee and iMiss Nannin Hilton were united in marriage at Mackville this week Mr Yankee is a popular farmer and his bride besides being a beautiful young lady is one of the countys most popular school teachers f l CocanougherPadgett Mr Bert Padgett a prominent farmer of the Deep Creek neigh horhood was marrfed to Miss Georgia Cucaunougher a daughter of Mr Georg Cocanougher last week by Rev W H Williams Both are popular young people Tandand acquaintances who extend congratulations HinesMaul Mr George F Maul and Miss Mollie J Hines of this county were married in Louisville last Fweeknent farmer of the MooresviJIe neighborhood and thebride f a daughter of Mr L J Hines off Booker and is one of the coun tys popular school teachers l They have a large circle of friends who wish them much happiness CissellGraves Quite a pretty wedding was that of Mr Clarence Graves to Miss Lena CisSE I1which was solemnized by Rev Rather yecterdayThe aTeresalady of many splendid attain ments who is admired by a large circle of friends For sometime past she has been operator a ttt the Springfield Exchange pf the Cumberland Telephone Company Abere she won the admiration of ill for her courteous treatment to all subscribers of the company The groom is a sun of the lae El Grave of Fen wick aqd isa industfiigs young farmer of unswerving honesty nndwho OYS the confidence of all The NewsLeader extends congratu lutiona Notice Miss Josie Lee is closing 06 1 my entire stock of millinery nt reduced prices Many ba gajns at sacrificer prices Al o all persons indebted to me wInII please call andlseitle with me or Miss Josie Le at once- ReHpectfunv Miss Willy Knott OrwFO OATORI A I ITobacco Market s to pour in on theMnarket and the prlceiicou Unties strong There basbeena quanity of mean tobacco on the market this eek which sold low averITbe Farmers House reports the sale of 215000 pounds during the past week The crop of Ed Rosa sold as follows 45 pounds at19cedI 85 pounds ati ijl7c 90 pounds at 18A 40 poucdsat r17 frpounds0O pounds at11pounds at Hi150 pound at 1670 Averaging 14 centf Tbe crop of P S Barber and P lpips sold as follows f 220 pounds at 15 Impounds et 117i- SOiiounds at lj15 215 pounds at A15J pounds at fr 115l 1 5 ponnds atII Hf it pounds Jxt J13i 2 5oundsatLioOpoundsat1 ptrAverage p IJoe Wycoff of Mackviik sold 905 pounds at12c Jan Spalding of r irion ccjunty sold 1025 po nds a f 12c Jesse Mann Son of Marion ccjuntv sold 10270 pour ds at 040 The Washington House r ports tt e sale of 200000 poucde Jof to b cco since Thursday froim 3 19 Tip prospects a e for gjjod offerings from nowon and wje thexpectregular Among those who haveI s ld at our house since lash week are Messrs Reed Simms 2940 Its at I2ic Walter Snider 1280 Its at liJc Pope Brps 1U55 lbs ai Hi Malt at lye and l on ci The unty 2185 Hilton1455tbS the market this Week the price being abbutl 00 higher on all grades The Planters House reports the sale of 100OpO pounds at prices ranging from at to 19 cents Market steady wiTh pre Vailing prices about as lat week We give the following quotations DarkTtgd Burley Trash gr or tnixed 300J 500 Trash sound 6 OOip 83U C dommoni G Hoodftom leaf short C 800 Com leaf 10 1200 jedju leaf 001 1100 Good leaf 1500 FlOe and selected 13 00 f 18 50I Bright Red Burley Trash gr or mixed 60t 700 rash sound 8001 10 00 Commonlugs 1000 12 50 Medium lugs 1200B 1350I Good lugs14tOOtJ 1600t Com leaf sbort 850 10 00 Common leaf 1200 fMediumGood leaf 14 50 1600 ine and selected 15 00J W0G The following sale of the tobacco crop of J K Waif and J A Sywpson was made I1st week JIbsat 9i 280 lbs at 8J 350 lbs at 7 60 llbs ut 6b 10 Ibs at 7c455 Ibs at8tt 360 lbs at 8c60 llbs at 260 460 Ibs at10413 lbs l 13cl5 Ibs at 22t 665 lbs a l3clI Si Noticebj The firm of ONtkl Wright Anyone t Valley Hill havquitbusinessII will find the books in the hands of J R ONeal and mist come and settle at once with jut further noticp IONalH NOTICE The New Bank only pccu pies part of my felore my business will go on jjust the same A few good hats Ief att less than cost I Iso Skirt and Coat Suits Mrs WilliamsS Jim West the ego that a mob intended to bang ut ShelbyI ville made hs e tlundaymorningj tate m nts of Commcn Sri Cha1lordf district said last night that le believed he had West llocated in a Ken tucky town on the Ohio Hvor nearCiiicinnatL PER UNAL Mr Arthur I Hdleman and i lfamily moved to thwn yesterday Mrs W L S etn entertaihed number of lady friends at The Walton ve ierday Miss FannySnalith visited i- nIFtscri ii Tuesday nty te thp entertanI tWfttmTly oflVtt MrsR L Bothri k at eqchre yesterday after noon MrsW Levels lias returned om a visit to her daughter Mrs Mar in Louisville wepkin Mrs LouisvilleI Roy Batemanhas returned to town after a visit to his home at Bradfordsville I Mjss Mabel Wiliams who has IILqMv Jesse Mann of Bradfords viue wusdiero Tuesday Mr H C Lee has accepted iiI position as Cashier of the Cen Bank at tVilllsbur- glr and Mrs R M Spaldin of Lebanon visited Mrs R L Bpldricklast Friday JMr W W McElroy of Leb anon was here Saturday Mr Wiilaee B vnoC the Bardstotn Standard was here here last week on business Miss Anna Hobbs was in Louisville Jast week I Mr Tandy Quisenberry of e Planters House spent Sun day in Louisville Mr J 0 Puin and daughter Miss Eoima spent steraldays iti Louisville last week Mr Thomas King of Brad fordsville spent several days bere last week Dr S J Smock pf Glasgow spent several days here last week on business Mrs Lum Craycoft of Meade county is the gueslof relatives h4re MissIutmie tll ddiug who sus t DjiICfrum fall is improving Miss Mabel Tuompson uf Pleasanj Grove spent several d vaysMrs Palmer Goatley left Tues ay for u visit to Ler stone owaid in Texas wMrMeaderconntv last week MS frTKate Mays are in Louisville today Mr Berman Purdom aid wife visited his father Rev R LaPurdom at Texas Sunday Mrs HM Noe and children t ave returned 10 there home at citamnbelrsyillerecently moved irom Columbia Ky Mr Lucian Purdom has re covered from a spell of La rippe Rev and Mrs W B Williams have returned from Louisville where Rev Williams preached Sunday at the Parkiand Baptist c hUrchliRev Nelson of Louisville preached Sunday at the Springt ifield Baptist church Miss Ellen Wathen was in Louisville Saturday Mr Wade fl Vaden whO has ceu the guest of W A Waters Jr for some time past has re tturned to hii home in San An touio Texas Mr G B Cunningham is in jLouisville today Mrs Mary Smith has returned to her home in Butler Mo alter a visit tq her sister Mrs S B Thompson MW A Waters Jr spent yesterday in Louisville Mr William Blandford of aLouisvilleparents Mrj and Mrs R ptBlaadford Mr Wm Olements of Leban on Was in town yesterday Miss May Smith has accepted a posiiion with the Cumberland Telephone Company heVe Miss Stella Simms has return od fromOwdnsborb Ky Dr M W Hyatt of Willis burg was iir town Tuesday J Mias Lilli in Auuersdri willI re turn to her home Friday after a visit to the family of EL MI ONan DrTt Swllata wa in Frfl ldStindar Mr Richard Blandford was ait St Marys SRlutdaiv Miss Nancy Sinims is the33l a filiIiDJ fil 11 I EExtrat l SSpecialI lLr er lceSIiI 1 i C Jr li t ON Ifl LMIiesSuitsi ajid CIoaK I104 30 and 25 Suits go1 e for l256 c 20 and l8SuftsgHforlO ii r jf41 tc 5 Salts 1 for S75D I t I This Seasons tesf sfyIs IIiIAU 00 Long Coats latest spies golforIOAoI r IG 1500 Long Coats latest stylesy igo for it II 1000 Long Coats latest styles goo for 750IIThis is an dnusualReduction bit we are going Out QUICk SOdO t wait Cone at once ift1 one of these h IIthem RareI3argains t i ts H UI t also making wonder ul cuts m f Mens d I IIWeare iJt t v THESE PRICES FOR CASllbNLYt t I THE ROBERTSONCL4kYBROOXE1 O r 4 h L INCORPORATED I JE ri7 J JS ft= guest of her sistr Mr JC Clements near town Mr Downing Robertson has returned to school in Lr uisvil e CALLS BIG FAMILIES CRIME r Howe Says Bearing of More Than Two Children Wilt Statutory Offensei Chicago Large fuaillles of the kind praised by former President Roose eiL will In the future be regarded riminalc according tp Dr Rose D Howe who addressed the Austin Womans club the other dfiy on Edu cation It will be a statutory crime for any oman to give birth to more than tvo- hI1drezc was per prediction which called forth a gasp of astonishment om all her hearers This condition ill exist she said when the people generally are educated oh the con tervatlon of health so that the death ate will be brought to a minimum The educatlqn of the future said Dr Howe will be more and more on lines that will teach us the principles of hygienics and the death rate from disease which at present is higher among human beings ban lamong animals will fall so low lat will be a statutory crime for any woman to give birth to more than two children education among women means the preservation of youth and beauty Cleopatra was not only one of thoj most beautiful women the world has ever seen but also one of the best ed ucated To her education was due her groat charm for the rulers of the world of that day Tbo public believes that Mrs Pat rick Campbell and Sarah Bernhardt retain their youthful vigor by spend ug long hours In developing their mbs and in keeping their complwtI loos fresh through exercise conclusion is wrong Tho secret of these women a nd of all women like hem is that ad they grow older they do not let their mental faculties lapse but by studying long hours each day keep their bodljt s vigorous by keeping their minds fresh CENTRAL PARK HAS BIRTHDAY Fifty Years Have Passed Since Twelve European Swans Started thoIMenagerie Now York iFifty years ago 12 Eu ropean swans arrived hero as a gift to New York from the city of Hamburg They came by steamship and were put hi the lake In Central park which had Jjust been completed Soon afterward several geese and ducks were added to the water fowl family Two of tho men still connected with AelpllrtmentHolmes the keeper of the deer house nd James Conway the shepherd ol the park flock of sheep Holmes tho first keeper appointed over nusII early collcctlqn of animals birds fowl remembQr when those awnna camo from G 13Dllolm s said People used to came from way down town Sundays to see them We were Just beginning to get crowds on Sun dJ1rs and Holidays and tho park com mlsslonera wbre active In improving tho park On the lakn wo bad4blrch bark canoe with gondolas and other foreign boats Soon after the swans arrived tho animal collection began with two llions thaOKvero named Lincoln and Jenny after the president and Jenny Lind These were kept fh the base nn6nt of Whft was then the stnt arsenal Thqre was no park poli o in thqqp dAys bjit a force of gate keepers ir wat bmotl USCI tto patrol and bAt authority Jo ixrrosL These men frequently got lost In the woods off thaparR ntmlght Thcro mere park lam pant when the watqhmanat sperm oil lantern went lout be couldnt find himself until the tun cam up The mosquitoes w ra plentiful that the watchmen uod Irn t i r tIfi j 1 re ql i00 5r O I DISCONT EQ GASH I am offering my Harness and Horse Goods at most I fJ remarkable price and giving 5 percent discbunt for cash j Ffall goods costing from SI upI w BREECHING pw425 5 G 650 and 750 These Breechinj are all taaderpf leather No paper or cloth 11on in them 11II LINES nil madeTG feet Iongfiew6d and rivlted r inch Lines 1 t 240 18 inch Lines- WORKBRIDLES I 82 75 per pair Tl901 240 J265 I These Bridles al have good large blinds and heaVy reins cut from a NOrlea her a v It BELLY Bi NDS f V 85Hinches wide p1r pair if9 105 1I1i i l jjI Bridles I l 9 a 1 Pair Hantes with straps J 110 112 Trace Chains extra heavy io5Ut II2CoIlnlli llreeching leathert e l 425 IBands solid leather iJ L 85 d Pair Lines 16 fee 10nc 24Q JIft c f 44tsl69tif J- I c Total1tj i iIi j j 01II1 pair Tassels 4 t f4 naps extra T I t e47 rUotal e 51655 Will make the complelee oulfit fbr lfiOO 1 I SUitlYOU1 HARNESS OIL tie bestxfti the market per galloii JT e L- while it lasts i or only Z JJCI f 1I have the moi t completelinip of Harness Goods eyer shown iin I Washington count J Call and See for yourself Caa Save you Won ey on Roofing I Geeg mann I 0 B Sop in did Baptist Church 1 jl t t NewsL6ader and LcWs 8vThe jFor j 2 t tt fIf Fhfsiciirtsi dvms J IIo Uie useofagoo1nxtive 0 keep the bciQ4s oPen and teCa tlpoiscdis o ue 000 froln system JtP1Qdtictof rlie iwt science iIrVELVO Laxative UverSyrup put ly ICgtabe isM 1rl Md of a plea ntptlrotn1u c taste Ve1OnctS on thA flyer as U stomach and bowels am is of the greatest possible eftiacrl1 cn54iMtlO8iiJ biliousness sick hcadacfie feverlshness cblicflatulence etc Th yt ILYRs lAXAM yo VERYBIJPf f I T r u UIt 7 yw i I k tt J i StrinInuHancherSV Hymen = i TACY L BAIBEB w 5LMM UWIt j ftttTMs am i4W e iHtwMm Us fca ee et Jtecktr and the house ol ItL This however did not prs vea e rps Uve sclofs of the fa lMiVfiWi fUiHf eve with eck MIIMItJae pride er the Sturman oSwaI a girl whom any youth wKsrrW Mao to Us veins would be KWrttto d swothntft flli e was M Keitr am tM break a Juie aaora is erN were Jet Vlaek and Msaglsshsi Sha as taU fraeetally i ei waid wIth te virile irtsg af yatttk TMa Haschar Was 1erLTaps taww UUs Mt the peppery Il at TWIN r Haaehar Inflamed ysaM aa siatast itumaa Sr ra faaa4 U lsariadMta Htwea the old irsasr sad Us sjftttf hter HJt 7ft Mat bow tie girl Torn jrstssfc wham the eldl sjantteiaan a4 W d U te MM IK ak franxiad 1 iEg v af UM faults of the head 0 eC Kamis tearily Tw is iar faiaert teuckttr H4I Haaeker T oat seed to I badIa MM Main the aoftfaatiefi that tfmkls aa tke lips af the yputk iris sOUed It wewM hare been a J Hist vafortuaata tiac to explain to tMi kHaWe araat that his Boat kU4 asteays laughter was tobeI SS kic jMiis wttIXlM ka4r 4 kMr aM vie Hf a deai year Both were gro Tingebeia tertwately HUt tad Un4 In the S S4ua ariaH had aspired at the UM UM te the coeamon council iMM oa ku said that politic makes J uW4 fellows It also under threeitara wea the coyeted laurels by a ajwity of Gil vote itwaaa aat Haacker were friends M ler Haaeker aoyed out of the waL ncr grocery shop ware now MeppeMtaeadefthecityTa wee now nar label Sturman fathersSt TIM evealags however riMCM solely to the young people H they mst fr qutatlr at the homes it Mutual acqvaiataacM with their h1tbi1rSNr A rather Is MV complained the youth Bat vwmbd dear I kaT saousk aaoney of my own and tellabJ aatk merri to object after seeing 77014 bow k do snt even know 7eei by slgktrm pies up his old gr ry aM start one of my own J AM w brought the gratified red to tba jirttty cheeks of Mab i Stur- maaVaafl the light la her 1wuIJioe to see u se turnM to the ar4tat JlIaIIUm Tksaas Tom aheI hurryknowSj you boy aM J am net yet 20 rhe fckm ot waiting did not appeal to tk iaiftttuoos young lorer Hs would like to have togo to Sturman to uk klsa for his daughters hand Vkttb a knowledge of the temper of the ham wiry iMt ad grocer told him ffwtwould happen If he did this f Tls dragged oa Patltnce that pearl aaoag virtues paled on the- I loylera pair but still the girl Would marrfqehMewr happnlCRuriiaaa bo aWg5I aM MTy of the agkbofhood Han ekr hari el this Not to be out akete ami ratios by his ancient rival he tanKedSa the coocSe of a osapfttlag eoJU7laTeUow car profidlatrsr ownSpaxlUealar asckortkswoods aiickiev4 iiieetedtosaekofthemthathelnthe p f him jritk his aptness in the control fkiaaujklB a sameSel1our they started but by different route Patiently Jean Sturman BOBkkoaked up and down in front ofiHsacksrs store persistently fat ti HaBeMr drove his yellow monstrosity past the eturaiaa 1and all to ao purpose Sturman could not catch 4 aighVof Hancker Haneher could not dassis the eyes of his rival Puzzled clerks watched the manifestations The Sturman store stood on a cor I machineSdoer to the curb and with his back te the walk tailed to notice a tipsy man with a number of long iron rods ever his wavering shoulder The lat tr staggered around the corner and tu rods suddenly turning toward the street struck the unseeing Hancher e the side et his head precipitating him to the pavement half uncon scious Instantly a crowd gathered As is usual with crowds none seemed taellned to reader the luckless one- assIstance Suddenly a dainty damsel trtpedout of an adjoining store Let melJ1 to him shq said iautiiorjUtlTsiy and the aplng crowd broke before aei In an instant the liftodS4to the Up of the girX and a bottle of trecg sjeelllag salts was applied to1 iStisasW Handier gasped writhed f Ft attempted to gain his feet Nature makes the cures after all v II Now and then she gets intoa tight a place and needs helping tout Things g t started in the wrong direction SOn1ethingisneeded to check disease andstart the system in the right direction toward health Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with hypo phosphites can do jjust this It strengthens tfhe nerves feeds famished tis sues and makes rich blood ron 8AIB7 AXUmUOOISTS salOcIlWDe 0paper and this ad for our bMntlfal Ssttngs Bank ed Child BketcbBook Each butk contain s Good Lock Fenny SCOTT a SOWN 409 Pearl St New York One moment came in a sooth log voice Hancher realized that cool hands were applying a bandage to the slightly bleeding wound on hla temple Gratefully and with the maids assistance the grocer stag gored to his feet His machine which in falling ie had automatical ly stopped stood a little distance froni him He turned to thank the girl She was gone Dizzily he scrambled Into the car and turned at the other end of the town was also having his troubles At about his third turn in front of his rivals store something went wrong with the machine It balked Covered with perspiration and grime he worke4 desperately Possibly I can be of assistance to70U Sturman turned to confront a neat young man with pleas ant blue eyes and a half smile on lib lips I know something about automobiles Without waiting for permission the stranger crowded under the car In a surprisingly short space of time he had ascertained the error and the great machine was ready to respond to its owners hand Sturman climbed into his seat and tried it It worked He turned to thank the youth But he was gone Sturman went home He never knew ine Mabel Btu man explained to the younger Han cher that evening And before he could got a chance to thank me I flew back into the store again Ho has been talking about you all day answered her lover Some one told him yesterday that on several occasions I had been seen with you He ranted terribly Asked me why I didnt look around for a girl with the sense of the one who had corns to his assistance Swore abs was the handsomest girl he had ven seen Mabel Sturman flushed Father has nothing but good words for the youth who repaired his machine He slid hli modesty was most commend able He says that if he finds J11m4 of purse he didnt recognize him as meaDBto Drove His Retd Monstrosity Past thoI Sturman Grocery looked demurely down I think she said softly that father believes It is high time far me to marry And so It Is cried young Hancher enthusiastically And It Papa Stur man can see a possibility in me he must not be received The next this disappointedI Have married the girl who came to your assistance yesterday We are waiting at Elders hotel for you to congratulate us Tom At the same moment Sturman was puzzled over this Married the young man wlth the commendable modesty of which you spoke You must come to the Elder hotel at once and congratulate us Mabel t It Iis recorded that the two old en mlaa celebrated the nuntlals of tb Jr feptPierces Fayorite Prescription Hu beet all m4dieee for the cure of diseases weokseesee peculiar to women ItIs the gularlytradutj Ilwfltflfl Iit LtlI oR iiiaT ttMlkioa6f tae system 5p ONE UIr wfcieli eoatala so alcohol s sdseg AferaMa dmfr aad which f 10 SMflis a erer s for jaefc tiarelasts1 T eH RIMKDY e good that ks makers c t ptt ikery ire4ieat OB 5StSUSraJ Mtsetto the r L5Jkflass4sk tk I c Jr r It Is mM hq 1fICYWhm druggistSceagjilK j W a1jMJ feed atf JH Kereefs H either mistaken fir Irteyaatf Ii ewe seMek it Sash a men a act to be Matoij JW k IrMW wiA TW 6 KiMifi o Ius111 1 W yaw HtoJtMlC SniUtytm ad kytd Tr t If eanoren enootc daras and wen friends again r Bedtime for Children Sunset should be the time for every child under eight years of age When the chlckeys go to roost and twilIght begins to deepen the country babys head begins to Is reedy for his cot driandhe town baby Who has an ample except the sun and who at Any rate on rainy days Is used to twilight atmosphere at midday seldom wishes to go to bed with the chickens- If he lives in an apartment he must hear drafting down the hall the tantali zing voices of his elders at dinner and theltltchellas it must seem the city mother must have even more rigid rules about bedtime than the COUDtr mother Her child Is at a greater dtiadvantage In the first place in not living where heS can breathe the purest air in the midst of healing country sights and sounds The distractions of city life are so numerous and so yarled that city bred children need more repose than chil dren In smaller towns of the country Between Cand G30o lock they should be undressed and put to bed Important Mrs DeStyleAnd were you ever anxious about your descent my dear Mrs Justrlch Yes once when I went up in a balloon PRETTY EFFECTS IN BROWN Most Exclusive Colorings Are Produced by the Latest Treatment of Game Bird Shades Neat effects in gray are obtained by combinations of black and white and of dark gray and black while In others a very pretty result is produced by the mere introduction of a colored thradred green or dark blue the pure grays however seem to have first choice Blues as usual are regarded as stable and may be obtained in two or three extremely attractive new shades But the exclusive colorings beyond a shadow of doubt are the effects produced by the latest treatments of brown There is a greater variety of shades in this color this fall than ever before some of them are abso lutely new and all are attractive in the extreme Some are very enticing to the eye being warm ruddy invit ing others are marl ed by the softer tones such as may be noted in the plumage of certain game birds when Jhey take on the orange russets the burnt umbers the citrines and other shades of the autumn foliage given them by nature as a means of protection against hunters twofooted and fourroated Kings mourning a black ground with queer little tufts of wjilt4 is quite popular among a certain class in England where respect for the memory ofth late King Edward im pels some people to retain halfmourn ing In fact nearly all black and white effects find ready purchasers there but they will be sold here to a limited extent only- VOGUE OF VELVET GROWING Scarves of This Material Lined With Satin Are Graceful and Warm for Fall Wear So great is the vogue of velvet that even the satin scarf which was lately the universal favorite has now been superseded by the one which is out wardly fashioned of velvet and which relegates the satin to the merely secondary position of a lining And truly there is a better cause for the change than amero freak on the part of Dame Fashion for there is extra protection as well as decoratIveness In the velvet and it Is consequently well suit ed to Intermediate use between the filmy ninon and soft satin neckwear of late summer and the furs which proclaim the actual advent of winter Vastly becoming too are these velvet scarves In the finest panne variety whose soft black is set off by a lining of satin of various shadings and Is further finished with a deep silken fringe Some of the other models in velvet are fashioned on the lines of the mili tary scarf and slung piquantly over one shoulder to fastenlow down on the hip at the other side Others again are shaped In something of ficlforDwhile then again some enormously wide scarves lined with pastel colored satin are sufficiently large to 90 duty as evening wraps the fastening being most decoratively effected by a cluster of little roses whoso primly folded satin petals repeat the pale blue or pink or mauve of the lining FOR THE AFTERNOON t In the new swallow blue nlhon trimmed with black velvet The bolero effect5Is Indicative of one of the sea sons most popular modes r JxyThershould always be used where several people sit because lit djges not strain the eyes of those sitting ifejI The Rayo Lamp is fej Hfetltottye tho maximum diffued 9BBiiht Every detail that increased Its ligfiFily ng value has been included The Rayo Is a lowpriced lamp You may y5JO or eyen 20 for othenmpsnd get a more expensive container but you cannot get a better light than the flayq gives This seasons Rayd has a new and strength coed burner A string durable shadebolder keeps the shade on firm and true Easy to keep polished as It Is made of solid brass finished In nickel Once a Rayo user Always One DtaltrtBvtiyiJitrt Ifnettiytvt wrtltfir jtKrlgttut tfrinbr ft ihTMterut qm1o Standard Oil Company W SIMILARITY OF MANY PEOPLE 0WhoSame Thou hts =The woman who IlIs a close observer was discussing with sOW friends the matter of resemblance I often see very brmnary persons she said who look Imost exactly like some one elseho is perhaps highly educated or Intellectually brll llant or socially proii Inent For inIstance some man v rktng on the stfeets as I pass mar look like some colleg professor I hjfire seen except InItelUgIn other words the are the same type but their environment and ex perjetices have been different It Isonot at all unusual fp husbands and wives to look alike i ipecially If tbey are elderly and have ived happily to gethet many years 11he eXPlanau of tht Is perfectly sple onII body has seen such Ases On a occasions I hae bedn much amused at seeing a husbantf1and wife who e some other husband and That Is the man like another man I knew Oklllk would look like that wife jln those cases I that the man In each case a tall dark man had liked his oppositeja petite blonde The action of tbduht had been the same In each case and had brought out similar results Another thing tbjat Interests me Is that people who l09k alike hare the SAm diseases I can sometimes tell half a block away what diseases a person will be lIkel to have know a croupy child the mlnute I see one I do not mean I can diagnose case thlniaboutmedicine likely to have diphtheria If exposedI to it and of one wbp might matism later In life Its allJln the way they think you know ar per haps you dont believe that WANTS MAN jSHE PAID FOR New Jersey Woman Asks a Commls loner to Hold Inimlflrant 3o ThatIShe Can M rry Him Commissioner Williams expects an Interesting session1 at Ellis Island when the Inspectors pick out a husky shoemaker of Trieste and hold him for the arrival of his fiancee The commlsslonier received a letter from a young wopian of Jersey City Who described herself as an orphan twentyeight years old who had to work all my lifetime for my exist ence She wrotp that she received a tetter several inonths agoi from a young man In her native city saying that If she would send him the price of a ticket he would cross the seas and marry her She explained that the man was a shoemaker apd healthy She sent a secondcabin ticket for passage on the Red Star line Vaderland which ar rived the other flight from Antwerp Also she forwarded the healthy mender of Ijad solas 2816 In cub She learned recently she said that his relatives in this country had planned to steal itm as soon as he are rived and prwre t the marriage She wants thE aho4xaker herself and asked the com sllioner to hold him and unite them In marriage as soot as she arrives at the island PAYING FORI ANCIENT CRIME Bood Tdx StlljtExacted From Beam Shepherdsjrbr Murder of 700 Y irs goISevezi hundidyears ago some shepherdji of the valley of Navarre wertfinurdered by bePherdsj of the alJey Of Bareton in Beam the orln e taklhg place on the high PyIbringj murderers individually to Justlc and the Spaniards were pre valleyfommurdererhadvillages malntainedattheor trlbuteito enduife for all time and this propo sition was accepted The pjayment of this blood tax orlginJly thre4 white mares but later three cows ofia particular breed and color has beep made ever since the custom It la nothing more having survived even the great wars In which both France aid Spain have engaged reyolu1tlon oftheat certain itone anytownanti cattlTheorate and adocument1375thpugyears prior toj that time The records of each yearly meeting and payment are duly attested and deposited In tht archive of Rpncalais IIAj Debt of Art The prbfewor saythat mut owes a great deal to Rossinil said the youn wopiajj Whats Rossini Thity feplled Mn Cpmrori ls nrobably Italian for rosin I L RIGIN OF YANKEE DOODLE Tune Js Belleyed to Have Pertained to a e try Dn man Province Theories concerning the origin of the air of Yankee Doodle have been almost as numerous as those touching the birthplace of Homer One of the most interesting and sI thought the latest speculation in this regard conies from Germany s contended that the tune originally pertained to a country dance of the district of the former province of lOw Hess that Itwas called the Schwalm and that the air was also played as a military march by bands f Hessian troops during the war of the Revolution In studying the dances of the Schwalm the German authority was struck by their similar ity In form and rhythm to Yankee Doodle It is assumed that as many of the Hessians who served in Amen Ca Were recruited In this district they carried Yankee Doodle with them Yet while this theory may be car rect as to the melody It does not con vincingly explain Us Introduction Into America for the air was played here llong before the Hessian troops Came Mention of it appears in a newspaper bearing date of September 1768 and it is traditionally supposed to have been brought to the attention of the colonial army In 1715 when Dr Schuckburgh a surgeon in the regular British army recommended It to the colonials as one of the most celebrat ed airs of martial music The Sun day Magazine lIch Dlen or Elcn Dyn Which is accurate as the motto of the Prince of Wales IchDien or Eich Dyn The one is German and the other Welsh The one meaoIserve the other Behold the man or Behold your man Ich Dlen was the motto of John king of bohemia whom the Black Prince slew at Crecy Elchj Dyn are the words supposed to have been used by Edward 1 when presenting his Infant son to the Welsh assembly at Carnarvon Welsh tradition has adhered aster ally to the Welsh form The other has been more popularly accepted The coming investiture lends peculiarS interest to revival olanold versy Settlement must be left to the student of such matters but it may be news to some readers that there JI an alternative to the battlefield story raying by Chock The peanut vender had a white ale phant on his hands in the shape of a check for 10S- Dlsa tIng no good he said wanta da monEHaving ascertained Suit where check cjuno from a systematic theI exjan Investigation of somebody rea led for buying fivecent bags of peg nuts on time Finally the woman who had Introduced a new wrinkle Into the credit system was cornered for aDI interview I pay for everything by the month she said absolutely lnlsroc-edes dry goods drugs Stationery hair dressing and church dues and I see no reason why I should make an exception In peanuts Cauliflower Fritters Soak and boll the cauliflower In the usual way then separate into now ers Dip each piece Into a thin bat ter plunge into boiling fat and fry a delicate brown Serve very hot on a napkin If preferred the pieces may be dipped in a mixture of salt pepper vinegar and oil thjn fried noisiih ffiTa Kidney Trouble and Neverr Snpect K How To Find Out Fill 4 bottle or common glass with your ster and 141t stand twcntyfourhours a UmentogseU ofthe kidneys if it stains your linen itI evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire to pass it or pain in the back is also convincing proof that the kidney and bladder are out of order What To Do Is comfort in the knowledge ec often expressed that Dr Kilmerr Srampkoot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go ofte during the day and to get up wan times during the night The mild and the extnaordinaryeffect of SwaapRoO is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most dis tressing cases If you need a median you should have the nest Sold by drug gists in fiftycent and onedollar sizes You may have a samplbott1e and a book that tells all aboutitbpthsentfree by mall Address Dr Kilmer Co Bing nito NY When dition There pain 1icSML donJmakename Dr Kilmers SwampRoot f1f the address Binghamton N V l11A111RAG TP MATCH IT SHOULD HARMONIZE WITH MY LADY78T COSTUME Velvet Eack Moire lor Persian Env broldery Are the Favored MaterU I sis Though Tinted 8ueddSke- Also Are Much liked The woman in s arch of a new handbag Is apt to b flurried by the many styles offered Butlet her only consider her goesforthshe can afford and al will be well la color and material the reticule must whlcbIt0 gant as the occaslo i requires 1 ue cheap trumpery fia by thing Is to be avoided Handbags have an arlstoo ilothing asthethingFor j of the tailoredgowns a bag in a troven material is thought dressier thin one In aD mi exceptedrorwIth with skiniiwaysButthingtoshowing oval or square frames and cord handles with a tassel finish A huge affair of black brlrbtpltclasplDcthe one approved by the girl who trips along In the short tight skirt In the latest fashion In tact the more ex 4theoftenLtnId5gs accessories match in elegancej moire in delicate colorv1olot pale blue gray or car Ise being the favbrlte doublings In every bag whatever Its material there Is the usual tiny change purse and If the article iIs very fiD there is often a fiat square purse as welL Black velvet and moire bags go with frocks 4n any coldr Indeed in these materials black Isi the smartest note The tinted suedj bags of which there Is A vast number must match the color of the gcjwn or else barmon lie prettily with ft Violet and pale olive are favorit colors for these and such hues go finely with black frocks A novelty In both suede and English morocco which is one of the newest skinsMs bag in cerise or more properly sneaking chantecler red This is very effective with a black suit but when the bag is very big as it often fs the effect Is too startling for any except the girl who is not afraid of stares Scores of the black leather bags are lined with this shade red epecially those in patent leather but the woman who wants something in exquisite taste will choose t gray suede lining with black Where it Is Impossible to get a bag for every frock black patent feather Is a useful choice for the single one that can bo bought It Is not so new as the woven materials or so durable as some of the dull finished skin but the shiny leather looks smart until the end EMBROIDERING ON TWO SIDES How to Acquire an Art In Needlework Which Until Now Has Been Monopolized by Orientals In embroidering articles of dress It is an Immense help If the embroidery is alike on both sides The orientals have for some time monopolized this art but that is not at alll an un Told able condltiqn for we could acquire the method easily It we would bestow a little trouble and patience and ac curate stitches What an advantage this treatment is in scarfs neckties fans Jabots and tunics i Begin with eaSy designs neither in tricate nor elaborate in a frame so that both hands can be used Raised satin stitch Is the most suitable the stitches slightly slanting Fill in your pattern as you go and fasten off each thread securely and Invisibly you must follow Uie outline accurately To work a dot the same on Joth sides begin in the center finishing first one half and then the other Hems must not be outlined conven tionalized patterns are more easily worked in this way Of course you must never use a knot and put the stitches very close together but never overlap Use both hands one above tb1otber in working PRETTY PIECE OF HEADGEAR t sIne Toque With Soft Crown of Electric Blue Velvet and Long Silk Taaalev For Gaping Vents Here lal a simple but excellent remedy for gaping skirt placket an un tidy condition which it 4s hard to avod after the skirt has become stretched from sitting in It Before sewing on the hook place underneath Ita piece of tape or ribbon at least as wide as the hook Itself Sew se eurely and then stretch the tape over beingilength as the space of the skirt be tifeen the aeam and the hick opening When the skirt is closed it will stay firm and neat Tc Inn a skIrt dgs Finish the skirt at the top and put it on just as you would wear it Rub chalk on the edge jof a table and standing against it turn around so the chalk mark will encircle the skirt Take off the skirt and measure from the chalk mark an equal distance an around to the hem Since the dialk ark is well below the hips the differ ence In length will be above ta 2 CATORIaIll The kbid HaVe JfAlways Bht Bears u4II UseiirFornvait1 TThfti4TCASIOR1Al amsSmSIIv EVERY BUSINESS MAN ecognlzea thejimporlanco crt details by t 9 lepbone both local and long distance 1iS economy in saving f time and money Unexcelled telephone service cai be hadj 1ver the lines the CUmberl Telephone and TelegraphCom- any il Long distance connections to all important pOi1D the United States rates service the best- CtJMBEKLAKDTEDEPHttNElTELEGRAPH COMPANY fI I PaleFaced Women ii sallowcomplexionsdarkout exp essionsyou need tonic tonicItpnthevita1 frameCardul It contains ho minV erals no Iron no potassium no lime no no dangerous 3r haoltfonnlng drugs of any kind Itis perfectly harmless udsafe for young and old use 2 IJ TakCARDU1 TLWinaisTonkM- ter my doctor had done all he said he Me writes Mrs Wm HillIard Mountainburg Ark took Cat dul on the advice of friend and it helped me so muck femaletroublQookthTessIor3IMkmhM CHINESE MOTHErVWAS STERN Anecdotes About Cheung and Heel Son Whi Shs Had Beaten When Was an O4 Mane LT Klngy tunes mother was emBed Cheung whites correspondent ef the North China billy News Shs b1te1jI1lntsonally dire ted Behind Ute family residence wi an old wan One day thfawallfed01fD when under its foundation was discovered mosey enough to nk ship The mother then blessed heaven and said haveS heard tha ealthcotwithout laW can bring only misery tonne person Tvhp receIve 1L Heaven because of1 my departed husbands virtuous llfsjj has pitied i4n my poverty and dealt witif me desire however only that orhah son may learn and attain unto perfect understanding will not touch the meaer She therefore Issued prders that the coins should be covered and house built on the spot Her son L4 Klngycung ly became 4ii official and eveiL whea whiteheaded dfd not allow the simplest mistakes of Itts Inferiors pasiunpunIhed He was atone time taotai of Chktsal and whes one ef the atltheatl lnriert aparUnents heard the trouble and straightway came forCh into Ole Judgment nftL There she na4e her son stand tip before lau and flsrcelyl I upbraided hun The eapcror sis said 1uti ii trusted you with this great trust but you have usurped his prerogative and In admlnlstjerlnc punishment yes do what you lift You have caneed man tobe atM teUt H tlUs feet been pUb rf any eristi The karI mony of the eatire sJttritt is ef ftohaaailcraet K mereover will you dare to taee OiIr sJKst She that erferW the tfetsts sta rl trig oywfcji were tall at aye at tM seen to rIp the eW eIml W Ms robes and fwilsk toi Thtr WU him oa Wek ttftttt simeel Ut ua Uilemma famed as4 Mit that the ptkasat W siayW JJSf Urns Je Ws rslsiss aM the fect soldiers atMM4 to tMe lie legIaIesN I Yci J the t SOn 1ture f lie I 1r t Jj4 nt8HTaIHlr I conptInalI business f of l reasonabe Incoroprated I J f a i i glycerin to 4J couldfor I a i I I t m 1 i a s s a I l m liberally I mj I a subsequent t he o f a b J o o a 4 d4 i J l r l i l Leit saytkatlhave jleatjli laaielseithat i Jw gives tuc tronbleorax months It was so bad that II couldnt walk someumesor 1week I tried doctors liclRe tandhadaruhberbendageformyleg IIgoodto try Slous liniment The first t Application helped iit and fe pro weeks ray leg was 1rcllA L j II HimTEit of punter AIL j GMhr AtWeIeL Mr K GruUN iaslriktsr el athletics 417 Warrea St XJoc d bury1 j AHij LINIMENT rrlthcrwtMoesM k cases of treme fatjfit after pfcysicsl Mf tionwheaaaoraryrsb wtti wouli lotmaSf wIsMressis StO11sLmimatt vtai too equal wa remy fc RJteu math s JCewral gkorwiypsinor stiffness ia the musdM rjoiat PIiINs1slNMesss s= rM- r bit I 9 tUL WdPIvrlshto1 iIPewaesIa j CSP