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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 ESTABLIStIED IN1883 1 t lU n tgSe XVIIL HO 4 c f F t WASHINGTON rI TV KENTUCKY JANUARY 26 191LI J r4OOPEi4EA f 4 j t nJ VV VIT j Prep M Amehdrnint to Old VOrInee Aiming at Practise of VII Chlofo Sportsmen naffOTkough Chicago has a pof rtloa of more than two millions htuiUBC la the city limits has become VH jNrevaleBt that the mayor found IttvaecMJKry to Wad a letter to the coun ueVtk suggestion of the chief of i y iteei proposing an amendment to tiMrol4 luting ordinance which has oIag duty since 1905 to the VWactIoa of Chicagos Btayatlpme kiten jji- ltM l CtdcHgoans who Jive In dls trkti so eofiested that the report of a laMp would bring a dozen police VV- JWHMDK tilfjump arftjnot aware that praeifl Gutot1lerCiecffoK8 who bow about the huntings fjwaiii cto sally iorjh j la s agqakrid t tT turiiflA bagful of game tilrds a 7Koat ever yfgVreft the city 1lItLSla a letter to the council which acto coHipatoled the proposed amendment to tie 1unUngordlnance Mayor BUM told of the numerous COrnoplaints occasioned by metropolitan huBUag that had reached Chief t Steward and caused him to ask for i ictlon by the cltr fatherLtVWolf lake Hyde lake Lake Calu set and the Calumet river have been planning with Hunters In the shoot er JiMas ns tho PaSt At the con tlnuance of these as hunting grounds the amendment Is not aimed and In futurei the echo of the reports of sbpt gun still will ring over their waters Th sect1on ot the Chicago happy kOlmnd which the mayor W Vfrou the realm of the prhne c to that of the metropolitan comprises section of the lake shore 1lVI dratnage canal and several other onlyrestrlcUononI districts is that no shgts be tired w I within 750 feet of a house factory or barn VThe section where hunting would be prohibited as enlarged by the JjHUfelnr of the amendment would be Beginning at the Intersection ofrSeventyfirst street with Lake Michigan thencegwest along SeventYflrst street to South Kedzle avenue thence ini along West Thirtyfirst street tog tVputh FOrtieth avenue thence falpngSouth Fortieth avenue to West MontrQse avenue thence east along Jlontrpse ayenueto Western avenue and thence north along Western ave nue to the city limits Both ordinance and amendment tprohibit the use of any weapon other than a shQtgunqV ptISWANSHIP HAS NO CRE- s Vessel Qlreeted and Operated From v Shore by Means of Wireless Is iin the Latest VaNew YorkIhe crewless war JBhlp a Tessel directed and operated Jrbi4hbre by means of a complicatedh wireless apparatus Is the latest wonder In Germany according to re b ports which have Just reached the nau men here Within a radius of 18 miles from the controlling apparatus thencwt ICwarship It Is said can be started t stopped steered and Its guns conkttrolled or fired by menus of waves communicated without wires i VThe German naval Experts are mand king experiments with a motor boat near Nuremberg The statements of an eye witness w watched the prog f ress of some of these trials Is published hereVVThe boat he says was absolute ly unmanned All the apparatus on Vboard was controlled from the bank oftVthe lakeby mea s Of wireless teleg raphyVWhen I first arrived the boat was lymgmotionIess In the middle ot thet Vlake No ono was on board Sudden JXa gun was fired on the deck and I saw the screw begin to revolve and drive the boat forward watched the maneuvers of the un manned boat for an hour during the I daytime and again In the evening AtIftVV the end of each test the unmanned vessel wag brought to her anchorage l y the mme unseen forces COEDS AID A BLIND SENIOR Girls Forego Luxuries and Allowances V4V VVtV Enable Sightless Student Vto Graduate t VNewVYorkSeflIars at Barnard col kliegefloy sacrificing luxuries and do nating part of their allowances have enabled Margaret Hogan a blind eta Vd ntVto secure her dopeeVV f 5illss Hogan blind from birth and 0left an orphan when young won a threeyear scholarship at Barnard Her advance WAs rapid A wealthy woman became hierestedand took care ol the girl up totht present year coloJl r ratsecit45ot a z Expense of Yale Students New Haven VonnIt costs a Yale mat at least 1000 a year on an aver agejto go through the course at that university A postal card canvass of itV117 sophomores 1100 and 119 Juniors 1133 i TTllaviSirVVexpenditures of a tew 7 men sent up the general average Nineteen freshmen used less than 600 each 18 sophomores less than 580 each and 16 Juniors less than 550 Of the 53 men last mentioned 20 JIved ion less than V375V VAClear date 4ont very well ace said th cVt4 band for a divorce on the score 6t todesertion when on your own account honju been living quietly at honM 1 alll the tin XG1ott eh retorted the indlg Vt WWiMlMi plalntltt Well if it Jiiit Mrtte for a man to take VJil UM club as4 dear that he t kr rii tt to ker just because hia tj t JUTMte4 on the dock VIif MUmitilNi I teat kaow vbatd r4ss l iNars Wiklv r c TIB NEWS4 =LEADEik 1 JWSER1ESYOL AVE SMITHS ASPIRATIONS l Goe To Sunny South With out Announcing For SenT atonal Seat Argus the LouisvillejHeralds following paper political Tuesday jntefesting dopester stQry had intheIIIt 1tJ at the former Congressman PvH Smith of Hodgenvilefris i1osry considering becoming candidate for the iDemocraifcf nQmination for United States enator is practically certain While he bas made 110 declara ration VO4hIS candidacy publicly r privately there is no doubt hat he is pleased that his namne- mentioned in connection wiUi he high honor MrJSmith talked interesting of the wea hs of national politics from a Democratic standpoint and of tthe j Kec1tuckycational way but when jArgus suggested the Senatorial contest he former Coqgress man displayed comparatively little interest he seemed to know but little about the subject and one would be Ie3 to believe that as not dery well posted as toI the situation Of course those who know Mr Smith know that there are few men in Kentucky who will iI neasureVup to him asa politician For years he has a power politics in the Fourth Con ressional district in Kentucky and he was never known to lose sight of a political move or to know the reason therefor Argus saw Mr Smith at the- Se lbach last night and put the uestion to him point lankJ that is lie asked him if he was a candidate for Unitedi States Sen r tar What was Mr7Smithsre lI Why he tai tbat fie was no sense an active candidate nd that he had not given the master much thought- Butthepressandyour fri nds ave spoken of you as a proba candidate and some of your closest friends make bold to say hat you will be a candidateI the writer suggestpdlilt is rue thatmy friends have ben ind enough to mention my nime in that connection and I appre ate the compliment they have paid me but you know I have made no announcement was Mr Smiths replyVOne cannot tell what the morrow wUl bring forth he con tinued Some of my friends have urged me to make the race and they h ye been kind enough o tender ie their support but I have not made Ur my mind to he a candidate As I said bef ore I am not fu1 ly acquainted with the situation and therefore dont know what iivill do There is plenty of time how ever for it is almost a year be fore a Senator is elected 4 While Mr Smith did not say so Argus isconvinced that thp former Congressman has the Senatorial bee buzing in hID bon net No one knows Kentucky politics better than MJV Smith and if he sees a chance to land the prize he will get into the tightVMr Smith has long cherished ho ambition to repiesent Ken tucky in the United States Se nate He was a candidate for Senator ten years ago at the timei Senator McOreary was sleeted and he was the strongest opponent the Madison county man had At that tie hoW wer it Vas not possible to de feat Mr McCreary and when I IMr Smrh realized the hopeless e3S of the situation he withdrew from theficddtt Sincerthat time he has Ilooked longing eyes in the direc tifin of the uited States Senate tie may after viewing the situa LiOn decide that Ollie James is the popular choice of the Demo ratsthm t me but If Mr Smith is not a candidate to succeed Senator Painter hewiU certainly be a candidate to succjeed Bradley He may get into the jrace this Lmmeut bo haq nit vet hejBbotildLdecide to gtt into the vulljrov I a formidable opponent for ho wduli have solid support of the Fourth district behind himV VI u Pledges Torn Up f 01ltobpccogrowersat iSltIainsIt Icutoutthlsyear of Chairman Ed yIe was called the chair Jfnd briellj stated that the object o toe meeting to vote on cutting out the ttobitccoVc1p this year Mr Kyle then vsjgnedjl ihe cutout ipledfieas 3idseveral chher old poolers Short SpeeChes were made by several growers almost poolneiTheypledge until the nonpoolers agreed not to grow a crop this year and as they refu edttov me forward Chairman Kyle with the permission of those who signed tore up the pledges and the meeting adjourned vith I J no reporttomake atth Lex ington meeting ThursdayKeOt- ucky Republican Saves Two LIVeSV Neither my sister nor my self might be Hyinff today if it had not been for Dr Kings New Discovery writesVA D McDonald of Fayettc ville N C R D No8ufor we both had frightful coughs that no other remedy could help We wee told my sister had consumption She was very weak and hap night sweats but your wonderful medicine com pletely cured us both Its the best ever used or heard of For sore lungs coughs colds hemorrhage la grippe asthma hay feyer croup whooping cougb all bronchial trou blesits supreme Trial bottle sree SOc and 100 Guaranteed by Hay don RobertsonVWild Dogs Slain Danville Kyjan 21Far merson tile Gravel Switch sec tion of this county waged a war of extermination on a pack of more ihan fifty wid dogsthat swooped down upon the com munity from the adjacent knobs Two milch cows and five export cattle belonging to Richard Jobn son and Flocks of sheep were killed by the dogs Joseph Cox while walking on his farm was attacked by a stray cur that had gotten lost h 1the pack Fe made a desperate fight and was severelv bitten be fore he succeeded in clubbing the cur lo death A large number of hogs were killed Qnd iffE ent farms A baud of twenty armed farmers attacked the dogs in a ravine to which plaice the carcasses of sheep und hogs had been carried The dog were ffasting and 100 shots were fired and twentyeight dogs were kill ed while ethers wounded fled to the knobsV + That Patriotic Primary There does not skni to be much chance for I1h patriotic e1Owensboroe1 Tfie statement thriu the sub committee havinevin Charge the arrangements for the Democratic primary election to1be held in May will endeavor to induce the county chairmen to rise funds for the purpose of df raying The expenses of fhe priroajry caused no little amusement among many of the leading Pem7rats of Owen sbpro and Davis county It can be afely predicted that iif a prl mary election is held tin Dayessi tpeIcityI4 county committees rbeg donations for the purpose of holding the primar Neither will they asif electibi officers to serve without payV Public Sale and Renting J As administrator 6f the estate of W P Kelly deceased I wilr at his late TesidencO at Jatsejr Kyou Friday Jannary27 J911V at 1 oclockVP m ijffer for sale to the highest biddejf the follow ing property One tool chest and tools 1 grindstone4i broad a e Bedsteads bedding and hOuse- hold and kitchen furniture 1 whetlbarVow 1 shogun plows hoes forks and other articles too numerous to mention TERMS All SUm ofSlOand under cash overI ithat amount note with approved security bearing interest frjpm date and due three months iferVdateV At the IIwill offer for Jen1is late residence and about 2 acres Qf ground until JanuaryhtJ9J2 hr will be requited wexecute note with approved security due January 1st 1912 bearing interest from d teIJohn A Polin Adm of W PaKe1ly deceased il Solves a Deep Mystery lll want to thank you from the hot tom of my heart ItV rote C B Rider ofLewisburg W Vatfor the won derful double benefit got from Electric Bitters in curing me of both a severe case of stow icb trouble and of rheumatism frpri which I had been an almost helpioss sufferer for tea years It suite 1 my case as though made just forine For dys pepsia indigestion jjaundice and to rid the system of kidney poisions that cause rheumatism Electric Bitters has no equal Try tjiem every bottle is gyaranteed to satisfy Only 50qat Haydon Robertsons 1rrnE WiLE D Rs1 BARGAINV I SUBSCRIPTION 0 FERl-l- ONLYII 11VJANUARY30VI 911 bscripfarranged with the Louisville Herald to set aside one qay and to make special price whereby We could offer the NewsLeader and their i paper for less than the regular price of their paper VHnndreds of our readers take a daily paper as well as ours in order to keep fully abreast of the news of the world those who not should do so dOjjThere is no better paper at any price to be had in the State Kentucky than the Louisville Daily Herald It Is under a rmanagerand asgobd as it has always been it is better today than ever It is a clean family sheet allowing no objectionable advertising any kind to bepublished It has the finest localnewa service of any daily paper in the State The regular price of the Daily Herald is 3 a year by mail and IIof regular price of our paper is a year by mail By a special ar we are able to make the wonderful offer i t t yearFv I III Both Z1 subscription is received at our office not lat rthan January 30 IIIf Positively no subscription will be accqpte at less than the price if received in envelope postmarked later than January 8Qth end U S or exprass money order bank draft or currency inV registeted Jeter Subscriptions for either paper may be new or renewal and will I date onfe year from January 30 1911 or oneyear from the date at which present subscriptions expire If you have paid up youBsub acriptiSns for our paperL you maysend 2fpr subscription to theV- Herald Jone All subscriptions must be sent to Si VVr j J VThe NewsLejad6 LMV w wv wfc v w 4 t l tOBACCO MEETING qp Meta Court HOUSCVL5tV Saturday toITBo Committee appointed submit a plan for the reduction the cropheldhpuse lastSaturdav A majori tiot thocommittee were present v Aside from the work of pe committee several talks were made by men outside thqi com mittee These talks revealed itBe fact that tthere is a difference of opinion on the matter among gowers of thecounty some be orga4izationthe only sucpessfal way to nghi tne trust while others contended that toe more the question WitS gititedtbworseVwouldbe the situation anl that for every acre Deduced iin tjie Burley District wo would be grown in some her sratefud thatH the tobac o question was left alone it ould adjust itself Otherscon ended that high priced tobacco nade high labor arid that ten andietended thaua reduction on an equitable basis was the best way to maintain good prices and hatH growers expected to re ceive good prices the oply way was for one and all to organize and agree to stand by eacn other to the erd r When Ihe committee was call fed to getber various plans were fuggesud and yoted on1 manly is to the ques ionof ihreduc tion of acreage Finally it- was votedJ to submit p an tc ihe meeMng next Sdturduy to reduce the acreage by placing every man who owned less than one hundred acre on a 100 acre basis and to grow tobacco in the foil owing ratio of 4C3 2 lthus a ckati wtiing lOO acres would grow 4 acres a man with 200 acres would prow 7 acres etc It is expected that the meeting next Saturday wilj be largely attended and that there willl be a lively discussion oftbe matter from every stand point ROBBER CATARRH Steals t Energy and Will Pow er from its Victims enel1Y1 Catarrh robs the victim of some physicians say of will power Tnat caItarrhco accept this fair and square offer By Haydon i Willett which they makef without any whys and wherefores or red tapej of any kindV Haydon Willett say We guaran tee HYOMEI to cnre catarrh acute on chronic or money back and that offer is bpen to every redder of the NewsLeader HYOMEI pronounced it Highome is the purest Australian Eucalyptus combined with Thymol and other germ killing antiseptics Pour a few drops into the small vest pocket HYOMEI inhaler and breathe it into the lungs over tIe inflamed mem brane infested with Catarrh germs It is pleasant to useit kills the germs soothes the sore membrane and cures catarrh if it dosent your money bottle of HYOMEI costs 50 cents at druggists everywhere and at Hay don Willetts A complete outfit which inoludes a bottle of HYOMEI a hard rubber inhaler and sample instruct ions for use costs 100 Lebus Stills Tobacco Lexington Ky Jan 20 Clarpnce Lebus president of the Burley VTobacCo Society sold hare yesterday the first tobacco he has ever offered on a loose leaf market and his offering set a new high price mark for the Lexingon market SimOV of it beiijer knocked down at the unprecedented price of 40 cents a pound He sold 6125 pounds the prices ranging from 10 tcv4Q cents and averageing 20 cents the sum tli228 22 being realized from the sale Deatli in Roaring Tire na3ot resultVfoth work of fire buffsjFjut often severe burns arC causedliatmake a quick need foa Buoklcn Arnica Salver tile quickest surest cure for buriis wounde bruises bolls sore It subdua inflammaUon It kills pain It soothes and heals Drives off Skin eruptions ulcers br plies Qnly25c at Haydon Robert sons 6 h H Negro is Found Dead and Murder iis Suspected Joe Clements a negro about 85 years of pge was found tdead on the rishtofway of the toni v lie Nashville Bailrp d be tween Gravell Switch andAlice ton last Saturday4 morningit was at first supposed that ihe man had bEen struck by a train during the nightand kilqd but thisbelief not shared by air the people in the com t unity There are nviny who think thatt Clement vas kjlled and his body placednear the railroad track in order to hide the crime As the body was found in Boyle county jjust p er the Marion couuty Upjey the Coroner ol Rbyle coutity was summoned and on Saturday held an inquest The verdict was it is uderstood that Clements ldVben killed bccidently by a train From niformatidn gathered from citizens of the Gravfei Switch section dements had on more than one occasion recent bad trouble with other negroes who it is alleged had been at t ntlye to his wife On one of these occasions Clem nts it is said had threatened the life of some of tile negroes who bad beep found at his home aid there are these who believe that in order to get Clements out of the way one or more of thps negroes ki 1Jthe man and placed hiS body near the railroad track It isVltt least a case where thd authorities should mak a thorough investigation Lebanon EnterpriseV Certificate Reextending CharterI Treasury Department 4OfilceofWashington D C December 31 1910 Whereas by satisfactory ul1dcrsigne4itFirst National Bank of Springfield located in the town of Springfield in the County of Washington and State of Kentucky has complied with all the provisions of the Act of Congress to enable National Banking Associatiqns to extend their corporate 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 do hereby certify that The First Na tional Bank of Springfield located in the Town oft Springfield in the County of Washington and State of Kentucky is authorized to haVe succession foi the period specified in its amended articles of association namely until close of business on January 2 1931 1 f wifIt VLAWRENCE 0 MURRAY Comptroller of the Currency Charter No 1707 Extension No 1010 ffWOMEN GROW YOUNGER Nfr When Dandruff goes and Hair V fGrows Absolutely f Parisian Sage Americas greatest hair restorer will Veep you looking young and attrac tiye Jt is guaranteed by Hagdon Willett to mike hair grow and stbpfaJling hair tb cure dand ruff in ttwo weeks to stop itching ot the scalp almost instantly Parisan Sage the most in vieoratinsj satisfying aid pleasant hair dressing mad It is not sticky or greasy it njikes the hair soft luxuriant and hand somj it M espacjallv praised by women who love beautiful hair Parisian ge is for saIe 1y Hay don WiHettav 50 cents a large bottle The girl dith the Auburn hair is on every bottle Old Soldier Tortured For years I sufT fed unspeakable torture from indigestion constipa tion and liver trouble wrote A K inlt fa i ar veteran at r1Pa butDr ianffsiliew Life PiUs jBzrd me alllright Theyre 8Implygreat Try them for any Stoiiich liver lor kidney trouble Only gfcat Haydon Roberts ns NOTICE AU persons knowing themselves indebted to W P Kelly deceased will please call anti settle WIth the undersigned Also all persons Having 8jJJ2la belonging tQ jhig n telgri same iome4atonce4 wJ0II1A QIttAd crdmtt i MI 1 r SUBSCRIP7 JON 1 I i 4ttlIOf A I E4A1 LII Jl Jiffll jjlIr L SPRINGFIELD HUNTJNGINfy been t with For Committee THE CUTOUT iAs Viewed byJ Other Coup ties in t1i1tateJ Lexington Ky ran 21TQ bacco growers of F etjte county today tok up In ear lesvthe vor6 of organizing the county fortlit proposed put out of the 1911 tobacco crop Preciact solicitors wtre named in sU liut four pre cQcs Of tile conntv and in two of these little tofiac coIl grown vn nearly all tncsof which produce tobacco wo spliciurs ecttd for t 10 work werlJie Burley Tolacco Society people haVe praciicjlly serve notice on the ney Burley To nacco Union tbatl musteobOw- whet ifccaiidu eLite wayol pledging the firm rs to the cut put before tbe olde organiz ton will take ant part m the cain pan At the meetin today it was said that the Tob cco Trust is lOW paying more for halfquali cy crops in the southern counties of Ohio then itls4iVetingfortbe pooled crop ot 1909 which wiis generally concede to bet ne of the best cropg evelr produce in KentucKY Vrr A considerable acreage was pledged before ttiV growers lhit the courthouseV J Richmond Jfy1 Jan21A meetiogof ludependpnt tobacco growers was heldl at the cOurt- house here this i fternoon with hairmaa A JEousepresiding former GcJnnty Chairman of the Burley Tobacco Society dessu Cobb arid Coun y Attorney O P Jackson wer the principal peaker8 More than BCO growers signed the 1911 hcat ou pledger and many others who e pledge book were not present 0 report Clair man House ins in reject tht all pledge booksreturnedno llater thau Wedii sdayriaS lheyj had to be sent to the executive meeting in Le n tonrVbere the result of hrcountY would perhaps determine whether the 1911 cutouts alr be dclared on or off Paris Ky an21D o hundred Bourbo a county growers gatberedbeeltodV and tIe nodnced he Muiic Hall tactics said to have characterizedl th meeting of growers held Jlast Saturday which went ooregpri as opposed to ICU Ol1t 6f the 1911 tobacco crop At the meet mug today the gipwers who are said tohave railroaded this resolution through at the meeting held aweek ago Absented them selved with he result that Id day a unanimou vote for the cutout was recordedVBradley Wilson Chairman o the Burley Union made a rouis log speech aferwbi9hVIZV i was announced that pledges VO- rcutoutofover3500 a ares bali beeuVreceivedI 1iveVhdid acres were pledged to a Wtour ai the cuncluslqn pi the meeting today The griweis whor wen opposed to the Jci tout were Ivited to attndVtOday8t gather ing but it iis declared thej realized that the county swa solid for a cutc ut and decided iit woujd do no gcod to insiston clops Motlok Plcturetjflf ChI1theIVFa Society womeni who are zecustestee to spend from 3J08d to 110000 a year for photographs tot tlyiniehfea and their children hot aelxed ofl a ntfe ffehase of this ida They an aktai to motion pictures and the Aphono graph They want motion It turpeoi t1 clF children a play or aCPVatIes so they may harp them n after yara- just as they favcj their children pote graphed se Imes a year to keep until the rag are rowa op Llkr wise they eplng iecor1sVol thV volces of the drenb1 phonqgrapB When the time krrlTe that both tat motion pictures land thef phonograph can be made tcj work fyncbroaoraiilj the value of the picture and audltonc records wilt be qcrea ed The Idw of society womo4 at pieeenjVto take moving pictures jot their cfiMren and to hCwtliem at Cbrtsts ttioor neccaozis wben1VtltOmsb45a of the family tare gatterd tOgother The fad of course IM somewhat exp natT but ibclet womja bay 1aken44tiV fyVCASTOR I Aqaai Cki nel Ys J3I J 1k l t eof I rT i HVTVVVV lt1 r 7fljV DERAb De WS= IIIALQtCHAMP CLARK T 1 vf ToBe SPekcrfctijtL1 HousofRepri i fr- ftativec r I i r t I y i Washington J Jan M pbamn ff f fIarlfuf Missouri h cboS W j3pefiRepresents tivee and gIven i rousing ovation on nientonpfiiV name for the presldencyaTay i I 4nd l Ieans Committee previoa 11 f1tQi j franoe tariff legislatibtf for early T lINewl the p rtra grist of reolutionIrandj a host of speakerstee weie features of last night c cus hy pemocratic members r ot thej incoming House There were only eight aben fDemoeratsf iVCongress Martin M LittjeVi of New York wag one of pH missing Tim prpgraBQni riirf rangedby theieider tjr i J tied ou arm ost tu tlettjI1J fflembersr hpwevec Jbiiag jgmft c latitude ia debate 1 Mr Underwood of Alabsnat lon7the Lieutennan tiiJ fMeansff fVTbacaocuseveIopdconteder able difE reace of views as ttheVmethod of selecting comoiittiej j put when the time canielipr vot ing reso utionsr9jddpwu 1 lb iitzeyald reolution ioJ f tIJj Spankers selectlpa was beat a 1V29 Uriel and the Jfp3teAe jVutiou placin that Pfle tin lb WavsandMRnOoththittce ried bj 166 to rjj ij Easter CzUrds Fyeb I 111r1 Not Chap Trahl Bt 10 BeutjfuIOaesA to lit wantqendIreieyary if tbeautifult colored Easter post ia fdaU different without nyI a vertlJtug on them whatever 1 peOOjplf1 IiIi itftOUl 41cardsJ41 yoi 1ipost1i IltonesPrbs epjll pnjII LerNY f ii I Notice if iV tHTneflrof9iltVJI 1 J l i2 b b iri1nypmevinde4iprto ir1 rtIIwill Sad the traks in tfie IdfJRONetnd Il i fiar4Ther j jCIJ N L 1 l It WrllJJI t 4 j4otic rt t ffMisaJosieLtj istioiiJj1 a1reduced K t sacrifice poctti AtVtl 4jersons in4 bi k s v9a 1t tJs1et rat- rt rJtii L ai c r T LIJJUfNfWSiLOOA r rkINCFIfLb KY- tfltis y iB ITXKT nUBCO- ATfciHeti jwwwiiiI Editors and Publishers 1 THURSDAY JAN1 1910 raisini1Vaa one of the principali Indus trie of JCealiicky stock faru3in- r and would be Ipda but Ipr the fact that the iindustry is serious ly crippled and progress tin this branch of stock raising retarded by thi Pedprll Quarantine noon w in the state Because of r the dim known as scabies Men interested in the prpgressl of thtSuitearo making mitied effort to habe the quarantine daisied Accordingly in- spfctora have been appointed iin t tmanyeauntiesto report the cold ditionrof flocks of sheep in the county and whenever they fee1o warranted in asking it will as- cc s that the quarantine be raised If this can be accomplished iit will greatly enhance the sheep iidastrjr of the state by making a demand for the Kentucky pro duce which is second to none in the UnionIArid itis now up to the sheep raisers of the state to make as good a showing as possible by making effort to keep their nocks freefrom the disease and by tut united efforts of all raisers we may be able to promote this mos commendable industry and we earnestly bejievethat the very best pool for sheep raisers at the present time is the di pooldl Judge Charles C Marshall delivered a vigorous and forcible r cbtrge to the grand jjury at t6iI ferreting out of the persons responsible for the lynching of the negroes at that place The grand jury is composed of some i ot the best then in Shelby count quitera be found The mob is condemned d by the best citizen of the county and it will most probably be demonstrated that the deter mined citizens are on the side ot law and order 1 Two MInf 4 Harrodsbnrg KyaliRiving a description of the des j tructioa of the Sultana in the j Missippi river at the close of the Civil War The article was signed by Mr Lytle Kits and is a verbatim copy of an article i6 published several years ago tin the News Leader which was Britten by Mr W S Colvin ofRI this county There is evidently l 1 some mistake in the matter and moronJg e i tame has been signed to the articler Gov elect Ben W Hooper was inaugurated a I enIb lican Governor to secure that r i office in thirty years On the ISlast day of his term Gov Patter son issued parddns for sevente convicts David Graham Phillips the anther died in New York Tues 1dsy night the victim of an as sasfcins bnllett fired into bis b dy on Monday He succumb JI Ied from a hemorrhage of the ri tit lurK By au amendment to the post v office appropriation bill which if recently passed the House of J Representatives the pay RuralCarriers is to be incrEas f100 per year eachw Cross Rads i- MrM A Bottotfi fid family visited his sister Mrs Sarah Salmon Friday Mr Pattie He tand Ze1be Coyle are attending school at Perryville yIand Mrs McMilson spent Fri day as the guest of Mrs James Hume Mr and Mrs Woodie Wayne Doragj of Mackville spent Saturday nighttt and Sunday with Mr and Mrs J HGoode Miss Ethel Lester visited he cousin Miss Eft e BottomThur day and Friday Mr Morons and Samoa Olaunch of Perryville are at RicblDondf t 9 Cury and Mrs Lucy Sweeney- are on the sick list Mr Lommie Lester and famil this place visited Mr ati Mrs Tomie Salmon Saturday kMrs Rosa Purdom of Fair- View is visiting her sister Mrs Nuanner Cox and other reliatiyes ab BnrginJ Mr D L Bottom andwife visited Mr and Mrs J H Good Thursday night Mr Lemie Lester sold a calff to Mr Fay Bottom for 950 AGONYis gott Rio of Indigestion Go today and get a fifty cent box of tabletsPTTake them as directed and notice how quickly distress gas and heaviness will stomach tablets not only give instant relief but taken for a few days drive away dizziness headache biliousilesaeBad dreams and tossing about in be are caused by out of order stomach MIONA will remove the cause and put your stomach in splendid conditioni In a few days Haydenythey guarantee it to cure anyf stomach trouble or money back MIONA is a fine tonic it builds up run down people in a short time MIONA costs 50 cents a large box Litsey Messes jjames Williams and guestsdof Harvey VanArsdale and Sara Reed Sunday v eMi s Logan Neala spent tin latter part of the week with Miss Lavenia OConnur Miss Francis Litaoy has got to Somerset to visit Mr and Mrs Bobbitt Miss Jennie Leach liJa a is t guest Of Miss Nannie Thompson Mrs J I Martin spent thf litter part of last week in Lou iisvilie Rev H L Hudson fined b eguar appointment at PIe lea nt Grove Sunday Misses Nannie Thompson and Jenrtie Leachman spent Monday night with Miss Sue Reed Mr and Mrs Jog Polin Mr John Polin nail Misses Emma and Julia Polin spent Sunday ophroniaMedleyeni enMires Eleanor Reed entertained last Friday evening She had as her guests Misses Sarah Re Logan Neale Sue Edgerton Mari Bruce Mesprs Fred Van Arsdale Mit Leachman Charlie and Ed Litsey Mr J F Gregory has returned from Louisville Miss Annie Kelly has returned from Fenvuck Mr Nat Thompson was in Harrodsburg Saturday Gregorydn day j t Mrs Wilson spent Friday with II herfcrand daughter Mrs Root 1hompsohI spentSuudayReedrt rtMr and Mrs Hugh Leachman entertained the girls in the neighborhood bjr giving a eewin circle i The Daily Courier Jqurn OneHalf Price =Under this offer the Courier nal wjll be sent to subscribers only through the postoffice not agentrNo Courier Journal orders for fall year will be taken at this rate Subscription must be for not less than four months or longer than eight months Through a special arrangement we are enabled to offer the Daily Courier Journal bymail- in combination witb our paper regudThe regular price of the Daily CourierJournal is 50 cents a month 600 a year We will send The News Leader one year and the daily CourierJournal four months for 175 or the theeCourierJournal eight months flit 250 This offer is good orly for the month of Febxuarvt BEST RATTLESNAKE REMEDY Strychnine Is the Only Positive Antl dote for a Big Injeotlon of the Poison Strychnin la probably the only positive antidote tor a big injection- of rattlesnake toxin a bite or rather stroke such u a fourfoot snake would Inflict on the fleshy part ofithe body as the calf or thigh For such a bite carrying as It does halt a teaspoonful or more of venom deep late the flesh all ordinary cures are unavailing Hypodermically injected suredly to kill the patient were he not Buffering from the snake poison strychfaine is a certain counteractant The greatest danger Is said to be In administering too little strychnine Assa matter of fact but few even of skilled physicians have enough knrfWl edge of the subject to be able to act with say assurance in administering strychnine in such cases That rattlesnake poison and strychnine are exact opposites has been shown by experiments In which animals dying of strychnine inoculations have been cured by Injections of the snake venom Popular Mechanics FINGER PRINT WAS ENOUGH Guilty Peach Thief Thought It Was a Picture of His Corduroy Trous ers and Confessed All his ripe peaches had departed disappeared deserted Some thief in the night had played havoc among the forbidden fruit and Professor Pum perdinck could find no clue but + a finger print left on an unripe spec btmen Nevertheless it was something and he had his suspicions Forthwith the professor made an enlargement and shortly after met the suspect Ah Jake be said did you know some one robbed my garden the other nl hUHDldem xurt returned Priso lessor Pumperdlnck but the thief left hik marx behind so Ill easily trace him He produced the enlarge mentHDo you see that Jakes knees began to quiver Then he burst Into floods of anguish I lee it aint no good zurl he sobbed I ttook the peaches righternuff But1ti fair licks we ow yes tot that pictertI o my corduroy trousers Answera 1An1l at Ellis island told a story of a wise f little Immigrant childIedA little girl came over steer age in search of her father whop name she gave us We sent for the man and ho came and looked nt her I cant tell whether thin Is Mary or not said he havent seen Mary since she was a baby about throe months old How can tell Hum whether this is Mary or not 7 It was question we ioulilnt an ewer so we Tasked from him to the child and from the child hack to him rem lnlns silent Finally when we were till nt our wits cud be looked earnestly at the HIdid nud aid plaintively Am yq nr t lIt r flu tio wise cblit r iswerr irklr Yes you are t n We JDll t DOING77 GIRLS HAIR AMPLE DIVERSION IN THE COIF FURES FOR CHILDREN Wild l1ln Changing the Place and PartlnQRIon Fillets Smallg r SThere It ample diversiont In the cpU litaltle girl of this generation far more than In the old days Formerly a mother once havioj satisfied herself that a certain design suited her daugh ter adhered to that design until the time came for the hair to be done up To change the m6de In which the naj goodfOione place may caUtji the locks beneath iIt to become thin Jtlut as a parting con stantly mad In oej position tends to broaden itThe use of artlOcjIal means of curl iIng and waving thej ftalr other than the t oldfashioned soft tags and the plait are generally coo emned and It is held to be species of torture to subject a nervous riffle to sap form of curling whatever on account of the discomfort entailed Even to curl only the ends of the hair Implies weighting the trese with hard rolls that will render thef childs lumbers restless Some little girls are much more sen sltlve than others and require a spe cially soft touch when their hair is brushed The process should be under taken with a gentle steady and sooth iing hand morning and night after which the hair should be plaited loose Ily to prevent tAngles and broken hair sleepThe with particular care not the full length of the locks at first but little by little tending Its range after all tangles have been removed from the ends until the whole length may be combed through without encountering a single knot A ilk handkerchief lase to burnish the hair has the effect producing a soft gloss but no artificial aid such as grease should be necessary It Is asserted by many mothers that brushing an infants hair upwards when it is the effect of ma king It curl t the curling tend ency will damPjS long as the halt Is twisted fingers even after iIt has many Inches Ribon fillets andi r1of the chosen decoration of thei j of vets small girls adapter to suit the different dressing chow n If there be a center parting and the hair Is to be tied up out of the way plaits are made and bound with rit bon at the ends or lh hair Is looped up and the bows appear above the eirs Some little girls look very quaint ind charming with their pigtails w n nd spirally over the ears a method the Is useful when the hair Id to be pivott8 ted as much as pos Bible from san a owers on the seashore The simpler the mode of arrangement when a llttlb slrls hair is dressed for polite occasion the better for herIappearance and U e wellbeing of pretty tresses Tie side parting the center parting and the straightly cutI fringe all have ttinlr exponents Hair Hal lank as a Tatot pump water is not so often seen and immoderately crisply curled or ndule locks are ta boo The happyt mean is the best choice of all and the ways in which It Is secured shout be compatible with the childs comfor and the well belng of the hair Evenlnj Wraps Many of the n w evening wraps particularly the I roadcloth ones are almost In Louie xv style with a rather tight belt round the waist and slashed sleeves with llace rut seon1mostlis another genefoli favorite for these Gilded evening coats of corded silk are a pretty ndv lty and so is pink crepe lined with lack chiffon or soft silk These last named Japes are usu ally draped in pae of jhe charming fashions which hive the advantage the home dressmaker of being toI nliclty as well as beauty Itself iLinen H skin Rings A white lines napkin slag Is a dainty affair anil makes an unusual gift To make It cut a narrow piece of linen the required length and seal lop and buttonhole the edge finishing the end in a polrtt t J t I OOOO OoJOOCo o o OJOOOO X00000000 oJOCOC rtf fq1 PLANTBB UiC- iv4T ffFtiJ1- I i f r LOOSE LEAF WAIIEHOIJSE J I r SPRIGFIELDkYtt r j t Tandy Quisenberyq 4 pPsi f 1 G iIII Daily Auction Sales Well Lightend SSa1esi i FoorppIIII iI I j i House Is Near ThrDepot jjI i Some of your business is respec r solicited and your tdd IYbe taken care ofso as to realize best prices fo your tobacco f s f n t Tandy Ouisenherry J Manager fittr1Ij n i 4K4 Ao1Ir NOVEL HOLDER FOR PLATES WallI Loop of Braid Fastened to the That Will Save Ornaments From BeIng Smashed IITbls sketch Illustrates a very useful prevent an ornamental plate placed either upon the mantelpiece or sideboard from slipping forward and peoplhavekind at sam time Qr other and iIt very often happens that not only is th plate broken but some other little or nament near at hand knocked down and damaged also It merely consists of a loop of braid J chosen of some dark color so that it will be scarcely visible fastened to the wall behind the plate with a nail or drawing pin At the end of the loop nI small piece of wood a piece of a match for Instance is sewn in so that it form a little rib and prevents the po sibility of the plate when placed upon It from slipping forward Diagram A illustrates the end of the loop with the portion of the match1 sewn In Its place and In the sketch th way In which the braid is utilized la clearly shown IHAVEWise Housewife Will Set Aside a peI rlod for the Repair of All Her ClothingIThere Is nothing on earth like sys tem and nowhere do you realize this more than Jn matters of dress The tiny hole In your stocking that yo might have mended In two minutes grows Into an undarnnQI runth o rip under the armIn your new blouse extends alarmingly nothing thatunust be mended stays where It Is put regutarIng evening If you are a business woman As soon as a garment needs mendingif It bo only a button or a hook that must be replaced put tItaside unless It Is sd necessary thai you mutt attend to the troubk at once anl when mending day rolls nraund dd the required sewing You will be surprised to find how much lighter your work becomes when you can thus witch rents and tears at theirf start Instead of at their disastrous s other point tto remember Is al t ways to hatfo your sowing implements where you can get them and In pcrt fact order Do not walt until the = == toIyour needles are rusty When a thing needs repairing repair it when i ttneeds replacing replace it It might even be a good thing to have I regu lfar preparation day to antedate the mending one KNITTED COSTUMES LIKED aned 1HaveParis has taken up the vogue ofI knitted goods and takes It up with wlll The latest fancy Is the piece costume consisting of gloves and sweater coat This i tended primarily for skating roveFF will be worn this winter even street The coats are very long deep pockets and with leather and turnback cuffs Among caps there are the tamo shanter and the capucnon types the latter buttoning In front and having a warm little cape that fits about the neck and shoulders Even knitted skirts are not un known and are a joy forever to the happy autumn golfer All these gar ments are made to fit rather snugly otherIbrown and green are the favorite col orsIf ybu know how to knit or learn how hero is the way to canI yourself a pretty and fashionable set winter that will be warmth ItselfIfor warmth is most desired Cap Strings The careful mother always makes several pairs of strings for b bYs cap these she hems at their unfin- Ished ends after their embroidered ends are worked They are not sewed to the cap- utb arc pinned to its sides with small rsmovable after each wearing In no fmmaculate aeoneos CiOAOrti dn opts jqSjJ dada 1111I osnuooq jnoqn jnjadoii aq oj un Iotl si sjotijo tnofidn jojsnsjp uJaa niitiiHtuiioosip iq3i no sSuui oiw sum aqx qof sjq nwop spjoiv Aiuonaa amen sjosdn esoinsnt saga auld spj of jqSjj no sSnuq oqu ticin oqx oonopdmoa qjjM spuo s tiiuia sjq oJ jq3n uo saunq oq ituui oqj sjoq o jo Jiosiujq aagl iijfnt inoqiAX qilnouu Jt S Justin jHliuoj sjq uoqu jjosuji oj q3jj t no s3tuq oqvv dam oijx sjosdn 9aullul long seas ana omjji nine pitun juo jiu pine itll nq ot tucituossnil aril of JIi alas uo jno JIll Jootn3uo iiu n jpiui oqi sigma sjo JIIfUIIaafi1laiglyttu trt uiaoms uaq ty611to BueH Magpie Superstitions Iwould appear that some amount of superstition is associated With the magpie In country folklore or other the bird has somehowI Ior less sinister reputation This may be due to its sable plum or perhaps to its artfulness Thus according to one doggerel relic of su = perslltion which one often hears In the south the appearance of one mug plo signifies sadlness two augur mirth thre foretell a death and tour ImIlt I V V Z W W GALL UP 93Jpr t IToorder your warm ft Iifl Bread We bake j aIjt J IEveryis always clean X f l III 11 e Iihl Ii Fruitland Candies fjresli an GOOdIJ r Giveus a call FITZGERALD BEfiTLIES 11 I K ArM Ii Public Sale effiT Land ANDr PERSDNACTY L As execbtor of the estate of W T Stigall deceased and in tsuanceof authority vested in fine by swill Iin on the premisesnear Litsey Ky onv 5 P SATilRDAyFEBR ARY 419U mat oclock pm offer for sale to thhighost bider the iollovvia property tomt t r The Jand owned by the Ilate W T Stirllat thttime of hjis death said land hs 4niti a good barn aM 1trUfland tJt no AO ESIIwiU also at the same time a id place offer for saks one Bird ell Wagon 1 very f lie shot gun 1aorftUIIJ 96Washingtonplow lot Of corn in crib estimated at 30 barrelsI TERMS The land will bsoldon a credit of 9 land 18 months fofc which p rchser will be required to axe ute notes wit approvedsecuri dnsonaltYi pe doteduemonthsztnoum RJo EPH INI r 9 I t Exe utorof the will of WTgti S M CAJMPBELL Auction r t 4WtHSi4N1 NNSNNStiJ j t Th sAad one year t Daily C UrterJournalgm ths 2pQ ItLM MM N11N1SN i tvtwv v 1NNAN1fK iNSSti skzwwsw t H + ae tusa + + ec a +sK++ttsaa ++ aWwv v +w a ww+ at+ + t I ppt r tf Lodse Leaf Tobacco Sales Daily1 Good Light and L rgestSale Floor t ik 2 Plenty of Shed and Stalls FREEIJ j t jUR TOI3A CCOIro US A NDWE 1 Ei ffi yFSf P WRiTEOR PHONE NO155 J + j n belt T BohanimAAUAGERND AUCI Jit KSM M 1NtJNS 4 yVNNMM iNiKMNSKK NMN VVN NSN YINMMM1 iN VtVklW ltVVL ay v 7 c J iTUffJlTOK i t RRS1DENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAINII1 3ICR toHagu Block np stalre 8PBINGP1ELD KY All Dental Work Strictly Firstclanl DJ C MUDDP- ijsiciiB and4 surgeon Office hour P to 9 am 1 to 2 pm Offices over Haydons DrugstOr JH Lampton MD- m Office kOtcraHiise borttcerkeNeResidence No 38a0 if t 4 t tWI1i rGR1GSBY ATTORNEYATLAWp t Ln KY t8PRINGtI Dr MW HYATTt Office over Red Cross Drug Store Office hours Hyatt 1030 mto12m4t05PmJOHN fHIEBJlL viIIECTORB f AND l1ISII EMBALMER P TELEPHONEC SPRINGFIELD KY DRK F TRUSTY PRACTICAL C DENTISTOffice ocr Haydon Barber r rental work reasonable prices n JOI work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY d Railroad Schedule Following is the time schedule now in effect on the Bardstowu and Springfield branch railroaak PtMo 41 Leaves Louisville attc 480 pn Bardstown Junction 622pm lfdstown 6C6 p ni is arrives at Springfield t55 p m No 42 Leaves Springfield ni 600 a m Bar stown 645 am Bardstojyn Junction 730 am ariyes at Louisville 820 a in No 43 Leaves Louisville ab7i2Qr am Bardstown JunctionA 855 a m Bardstown 1005 a mfr Jarrlves at Springfield 1140 p m No 44Leave8 Springfield 100 p m Bar stowh220 p m Bardstown Junction 410 p m I arrives at Louisville 545 p m J WjiHlflf for Hltn ffun th xnlaiiten prtect rabbis and other odwlaitlcB occupy Ing the pulpits of Cleveland churches I 1ea y enjoy the few minutes of restt c and recreation that follow their exact Ijugperiods of service every Sunday On a certain Sunday morning nott I long ago Secretary Shfam of the Guy ahoga County Sunday School Union was announced to speak at the rally Sday services of the Itrst United Pre byterian church Carnegie avenue and East Seventyfirst street Rev Dr J R J Mllligan the pastor aort bf hurried the services along in order not to keep Secretary Shim waltipg Dr Mllllgan theme Things That Remain takep tram a verse in Revelations was invested with an ex traorjdinary solemnity and when h came down from his pulpit everybody almost was under the spell of the min isters uplifting discourse SHurrying forward afterth sermon the superintendent of the Sunday schbM asked Importunately g Seen Mv ShlnnJ1 Not replled Dr Milligan no man 1Of that name has shinned In here retI Dottt depend upon the froztbltteIpature there Is nothing 4 little neglect at this time of year 0 may start a long winter of loss r 1 The pinch of ia frosty night wilt vj ajake a big hole l the pocketbook Store the ladders Under cover but give them a good coat of paint first j A bolt through a weak tree crotc may save v split treeIf applied In time A piece of zinc JiPt on the live coals in the stove will clean out the stovfo pipe A hard collar Is not as hard upon i the shoulders of a horse as one tiiat is unevenly padded An extra feed increases growth If ofoa suitable kind and makes lrg4 animals at maturity Banana oil applied to any met a1 surface with a soft brush Is an ex Trj cellet rust preventive ir BiiBf the cultivator in when the T J In row has been cleaned out Ko time like the nowtime for that tv Tall plowing helps to destroy the f grasshopper brO dltbat otherwise l would do damage another season As as the late frosts havt l killed all the plants take them nJ cad ban them to destroy as many I a la s cts M possible v Tfcevalwe of aay fertiliser Depends 1r uca what H lfJ made of It cannot fimiWr f0e4 to crops nmll ee It ku tHotee4 iunIIIa CryFOR ASTOR 14 IaUI jg1 janWwti A tUfit Local Happenings Interest f The Freshest and Latest I f AIIAboutvourselT Friends and Acquaintances MOO CbinalowWM DERRINGER FOR StiE1 horse1 buggy and harness g Hite Clements s FOR SALE 200 bushels of Orchard Grass seed at f2 per bushel l O L Brady ilarai ule S M Campbell A few good young Doroce oars for sale if taken immedi teiy P S BARBERr r r 1 Springfield Kyn FOE SALE 400 bushels of iceOrchard Grass Seed at 160 er bushel Call at onceNL A Burns FOR ALEA few fine M8 turkeys Mrs R A Mclniire R 21n FOR SALE A large gufcmty of Orchard Grass seedCiA B Walker When ordering groceries dont to order White Rose or en Johnson flour Every sack guarauteedsiof Pure bred S C B Leghorn li ocli rels 75c each- Stanley B Thompsona thSpringfield l FOR SALES 0 Brown Legc horns and S C Buff Orpington thockerelsJ Mrs B L Litseyb BELcnv COST SALE of stylish coats skirts underskirts hats this week We absolutely carry flothioggain Mrs Kate Williams Mr Sister Annie Joseph Murphey eiat St Catharines Sunday and was buried Wednesday in h the Convent cemetery ter Mr R D Thompson broughtw o the Red Cross Drug Store an wj which he japturedand which different from any seen here forsome time being a large birdw and white in color LOST OR STRAYED 1 blackit steer with horns weighing about 700 or 800 pounds Hasb een missing about 3 weeks ny information leading to her- ecovery will be rewarded Mrs J R CIrybrookeS Mrs Meutzer of Louisville CIbasaClmpbeUcupied by Miss Willie Knotts millinery store and will open a store there in a short time Eleven Democratic members f of the West Virginia Legislature i bolted the action of the party caucus For the short term seat in the United States Senate and refused to vote for Clarence E i Watson the nominee W EoChilton receiyed the Democrats undivided support for the long term The bolt was precipitated j by a charge of bribery in the caucus seneing lots in a city in Texas Tues day Quite a large number drew but when the time came to pre pre the deeds only a few came up It is getting to be quite common to sell lots mTexasI and some one is here for that business almost every week Lots 50x125 feet in cities to be built are sold at prices ranginl from 3 to e according 19Cn1 unjtylots located mostly near City probablyhin existence but stop and ask yourself what would you give for a lotin a citj to be builton some thin tract of land in your own county If the business is progressing as well in other towns as this the whole State of ere Texas will soon be divided into l city lots t NeW Squire At the next meeting of the Fiscal Court a new face will ap pear in that honorable body as Governor Wilson has appointed Mr William kenry Lay to fill the vacancy in the MackvilleHend renlDistrlctCusedby the re mpval from tie Dirtrict of M Tlioa Votaw Mr Lay is cue of tile progressive farmers ot 1 is district und is a man very cay aa t le to discharge the duties of the office ofJustice of the Peace TOPICS Ii M iOO tiiMI Teeth exg t adtedwith ji out PAIN or DANGER No charges when plates Tg are wanted AfcL WORK g Dohe in this office is firstclass in every respect arid justas advertise W V STALLARDDDSjS If i Springfield iCy E t swu aQktcrr Horse Sale Dont fail to attend the 6th an J ual horse sale to be held at Springfield Saturday Feb 25It 1911 t Restaurant Mr D L Tandy of Camp Store11lo f He is making great preperations for the business and is a man- alculated to succeed The place willj be known as The Owl Central Bank Suspends The Central Bank atWHlfe burg has closed its doors for ixty days by order of the Board Directors Tne birectors be11 eve tbn bank to be in a sound nd solvent condition arid say at it will resume business in a short time The cause or the osing is the inability to collectS outstanding assets so as to keepS e reserve fund required by 1wusinessonly a fav years Residence Burns The residence of Mr John Me voy near Cross Roads was destroyed by tire early Friday night Mcllvoy was preparing to brirg a I16 id of tobacco to Spring Held and his wife had gone to the omeof a neighbor where1 he called for her with his buggy af7 the wagon was started on the ay find they started for Spring field tlo spend the night but had gone pnly a short distanceon the way when they saw the fire kiich proved to be their home he tire had gained such head ay before anyone arrived that wis impossible to enter therJ buidlDgaud the entire contents with the dwelling HooeMinor Mr C D Minor was married unay at Perryvi1lpto Mrs Lena Hp oe Mr Minor recently 1arna position with tho Peoples Deposit Bank 00FeirellFowler Afff Joseph1ubertiowlOr und Miss Prudie Ferrell were united in marriage Tuesdajat Holy Gross by the pastor of that place Mr Fowler is an industrious enterpising youn farmer of Fredrickstown ancU is bride is ne of the most popular young ladies of the Holy Cross neigh borhood They wi t reside at Fredericbstown ColvinTurner Marriage license was issurd yesterday to Mp John vurner and Miss Hattie ofvin Mr Turifier is a prominent t young farmer and 1is bride is a daughter of Prof W S Gal vin one of the countys most promi nent school teac ers and is a beautiful young luqy possessing many accomplishments Remains Brought Here The rein ins f Mrs Sallie Hardin Deadericlc were brought here for buriaHa tSaturday and interred in Oetnei ry Hill Mrs Deadenck died ot tho Thursday previous at ChnM stonr Ves Virginia in the ill th yeaV of her age She was adaujrhter of tne llate Robert Uauin who was formerly a tuembi r of thoJSpiing field Bar arid wi o seivcd aterr asOflvusice J i tlie treDtuckv- CQp oCA ppeal LIWheatley Mr Walter rfheatley diedj Tuesday af rang illness of TuberculosiiEr orge Wheatley WheatI 26 years drsuryived by h father cii d mother and sey al brothers and sisters I jBurul vasat tBose pester day jfg Tobacco Market A large number of pounds of tobacco have been jjsold at the four houses duriqgt the week Last weeks market closed steady and Mondays market opened up- strong and gooni prices were real zid on all gtd that day WlSllsomewbati not satisfactory p The Washington Hopse re ports hesllleofalalgrqu ntity of tobacco during the week thai of dny vrerious welJ rit prices very satisfactory oP Monday sold QOjOOO pounds 6f tobacco atan average of 9 ciqnts Pros rpects for high pride excellent as good tobacco is now coming in The Planters House reports i that the market was very strdner Friday and Saturday of llast weektanI5000b pounds at good pricesC The Springfield House reports the sale of 300000 pounds during the past week at an average of fy cents The drop Smith tc Smith sold as follows f1 245 lbs at t1540 lbs at Hi 30 Ibs at 10 60 Ibs at X1 Qtt 55 lbs at JM6J1 20 Ibs at Ji i 18 i 40 Ibs at T 16 50 lbs at 18 60 Ibs at 16 55 lbs at i jr18 90 Ibs at1 L J6 1651its atj t 16 1501bsat 15J 20 lbs at i 18 45 lbs atr jf J9 I The crop javera ed 1040 The crop of W Ri Dotson consisting of 1975 pounds averaged 1370 j The crop of J W Mauser ot 460 pouuds averaged 11 65IThe crop of of SabtCoolsey 710 Ibs averag The crop of Eel Dragoo of 1065 pouLds avergejd 12 75 We give the following quota tions Dark Red Burlejy Trash gr or mixed 300500 t Trash sound 6 00t 851t Gomroon lugs 8UO 950 God Lugs 900 1200 Join leaf short aCO 800 o Com leaf v 10 00 120- 0Mediutuleaf1000f 1100 Good leaf 1150 loOO Fine and selected 03 00 1850 Bright RedBurley Trash gr or mixe ii ObO 70p rash sound A 800lOOO- sCommon lugs 100012 50 Medium lugs 1200 1850 Good lugs 1400 1600 Cotn leaf dhort 850 10 Ob Common leaf ll 00 1200 Medium leafi 1200 1400t Good leaf r4 50 16 00- Filleand selected 15 00 2000 REPORT 01 THE CONDITION OF THE First National Bank OK SiRIt1ELD- AtSpringfleld in the State of Kentucky at the close of business Jtnu ryj1911 No 1767IRESOURCES Loans and Discounts 32251384 Overdrafts secured and un secured 1794170 U S Bonds to secure circulation 5000000 Banking house furniture and fixturesojoo 400000 PrivateBanksCompanies and Savings IJanks 32682 Due from approved Reserve Agdnts 1058421 Notes of other National Hanks 929500 FractionaljIPaper Cufrency Nickels and cents 4194 Lawful Money Reserve in Bank viz Specie 4089110 Legaltender notes 500000 1589L 10 Redemption fund jflh U SITreasurer 5 pete cent circulation 250000 Total 43309473 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid 5000000 4100000t11penses and taxes paid 336151 NationallIJank tlotes out standing 5000000 Due to other Nationall Banlfs s 531128 Due tQ State and Private tBanks and Bankers 232117 Individual deposits subject to check 22264608 Time certificates of deposit 4430386 Notes and Bills reIiscou ted 1415083 Total J 43309473 or KcxTtcUr WASH isoTov as 1 A C McElfy Cashier of the abovenamed bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief A ci MCELROY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before in this 16th day of January 1911 CHAS M McOjiokD Notary Public Correct Attest UTSEYf isH M ORUND Directors Obildyen Cry FOR FLETCHERS O ASTORIA i PERONAlL +Mr Willie O bdurn has entered sCbpol at Bowling Green where he willI take a business courseMrs Lawrerico R Hag nand baby hav ret rnecr horn j after sev ays Nrisit to her parents IMr rs IV M You g Mr BuTtojn rNelson is very sick at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Will Xoung of neartown Miss Addie Coxof Lofiisville is the guest of Mr and Irq J I Martin Mr Wm Cambron W New Ripe was here this week Mr Dan Neal who for the past several years has been liv ing in Mississippi has returned to make his home in Kentucky Mr W S Gibbs df Shelby vilte was here County Court dayMr T A Spalding of Bacds IMr was here Tuesday Misses Emma Adams and Esther Crume1of the Grundy Home visited at Harrodsburg his week Mr John Searcy andrfamily of Ft Stockton Texas have re turned here Miss Mattie Thompson is visit ing friends dt New Haven Mr Hugh Stiles of Danville s in town this weeK Mrs Beissie Smith of Louisville will spend the winter with her daughter Mrs Wilard Thompson Mrs John Lily Berber was in Louisville Tljursdny of last week Miss Tarkington of Darvillp is the fuest of Miss Eunice ONar Mr C H Mctn tire was in Louisville lastweek Mrs Ti Kcntt Mayes is in Lou sville Mr Roy Batt man hfft this week to accept a position in Lexington Miss LMIianj Anderson hits re tUIIIdODanViIe aftei a visit io itienrts here Mrs O N Cooper is teguest- f Mrs W F Spalding in Leb anon this week Mrs Mary Rose Bowingof Louisville visited Mr and Mrs Willard Thompson thisw ek Mr Jim McLauihlio left this week to reenlist in the UVS Navy Mr McLaughlin has pent foirr years in the service Mr K S Dickerson and wile yesterdayMiss Emma Nunan is confined to her home with la grippe Evety year a large number of poor sufferers whose lungs are sore and rack with coughs re urged to go t6 another climate But this is costly and not a ways sure Theres a better way Let Dr Kings New Discoverp cure you at home It cured me of lung trouble writas W R Nelson of Calomine ArkI when all jse failed and I gained 47 pounds in weight Its surely the King of all cough and lung cures Tho s ands owe their lives and health to it Ins positively guaranteed for Coughs Colds LaG rippe Asthma Croup all Throat and Lung troubles 50c and 100V Trial bottle free at Haydonjfc bertson =FOR SALE One thirty H P E M Ff 5 passenger mot r carfully equipped with gdS lights generator top wind sbidld 2 extra tires and full set of tojls Price l lOnelt NatIinala horizontal engine and in first class shape will make a fine en purposesI505 lOne Winton 1903 touring car 20 H P 5 passenger This c risin good shape with exception of two tires which are b Other two good 275 d1 One 1906 Yale 2V H Pone now tire in good shape 05 Call on or address N G MARKS Springfield Ky Solves a Deep Mystory hI want to thank you from the bottom of my heart wrote C BRader wonIderful double benefit I got from Ele trie Bitters in curing me of both a severe case of stomach trouble ard of rheumatism from which I had- e been nil almost helpless sufferer fort 3 years It suited my case as though made just for me For dysr pepsla indigestion jaundice and to rid the system of kidney poislons that cause rheumatism Electric Bitters has no equal Try them every xbot Only150ci tIMound CitjrFipts my post trilo more b itIJ Leo Haydon I r r tii a li I I II Extra Special prices 1ij t I IsQ t IIIILadl nd Cloaks I Fiitl i 20 3oand25Suitsgofor1250 and 18 Suits go for 10 r- I 15 Suits go I or 750 jl li 1 i r ttf All This Scasorijs Latest Styles rf 1 1 v ti I I 2000 Long Coats latelt Styles go for 100 III 1500 Long Coats latest Styles go for 750 I 1000 Long Coats latest styles go for 500 This is an unusual Reduction but we are going to closeaout Quick So don it ome at once if you l icai cine of these totow t IIthem Rare Bargains rr IIl i making wonderful cuts in Iien l dJ IIBoysClothing t w I ItTHESE PRICES FOR LASH ONLY I THE ROBETSONGLYBROOKE GO INCOftPORATEH iiL tI i I i1 i CARING FOR BABIES BESTI OLD FASHIONED METHODS SAYS WRITERI All the Rules of Modern Antiseptic Hyglerie Can Never Take the Place of Mothers Caressing and Coddling The health department of New York has issued a special bulletin on babies containing some sixteen rules for by glenlc limitations to the Infant Indu try Dont play with the baby DontI try to amuse the baby Dont kiss the baby Doa t bounce the baby up and down etc1 etc It Is a great satisfaction to think that most mothers do not read the rules of the health department It Is pleasant to reflect that mothers and babies were here before health depart ments Such rules If enforced would be the deadliest suet bf rice suicide Whats the use of haying a baby If you cannot take the liberties with him He wont always be a baby Hell get too big to bounce and may want to bounce you You have to do the bouncing while the bouncing It good And you cant afford to mlsi kissing the baby for maybe shVll grow up prqrperAtthey had a baby and ony men folks to take care of It And not having any health department all they could think of doing was to keep the infant happy And a big warty man went about all day saying to himself He rasled my finger damn little cuss The health department would have swooped down on Roaring Camp and sawed off all the fingers that the baby might not be contaminated It is probably an oldfashioned nation but somehow I cant help feeling that Id rather have a motherbring up a baby than to turn him over to the antiseptic mercies of a health depart ment that wears side whiskers s Of course parents are fond and foolish thank God Of course they do a lot of cooing and gurgling and cuddling and act like a crazy horse But you never saw a baby who didnt thrive on the ridiculous AttenUons which Its lunaUc parent bestowed upon It- You can raise chicken In an mew bator but all through their young lives they go about lonesome for something they miss and they dont know what It Is But Its tho clucking of the old foolish hen If an Incubator could cluck and sputter It would raispa better grade of chickens A health department can do a lot of wise things but it cant do any of the necessary parenthooddelightful There is nothing in the world quite 80 hygienic as lovenothing to anti septic and preserving as Affection and when you try to substitute medl cal rules for the tender caress of the brooding mother you simply take away the babys fodder and put him on a sawdust diet Parenthood Is the one epidemic which cannot be vaccinated out of ex istence Bt Paul Dispatch Watch New High Tldis seathe Wash Obsenratlons of tides by the United States survey ship McArtfiur In Turnagaln bay and Knlk Arm Cook inlet Alaska show the first scientific data of what ra probably the second highest tides In the world Capt HenrY L Deck of the McArthur which has returned from the north noted tides of 30 feet yariaUon and a tidal current of e ghtknotTheonl1 tides which are known to oxceedthli record are In the Bay of Pundy tfrettfest Austrian tianvti VienhitMiss Iella Rybl6lcaf halK tag from the Tyrolls tho Handsomest gentlewoman In the Austrian empire At least she wai so nrotidunced at the aatlonal beauty competition at which she won the flint prize This compel Clop was restricted to women of t ttiud the wlye1nd daughters of mill tary and professional men Actresses and professiOnal beauties were rigor V 4 ff- r j f oIII r I I II1k FOR I IJJ I fjj on all goods osting IromlI up r trWAGON BREECHING 425 5 6 6BJ and kf750 F I I JfillingWAGON LINE all made16 feet long sewed and rivlteop = r ft t1 inch Lines t Jl t240 1 18 iinch I ines275= J BRIDL S per pair i Lfl90 izo 1265 IIWORK Bridles all have l1large blindS and eavyj reins cut l a oJ1eatber V I BAND vL L Jiwidd per pair + 85 irwid perpair 1 9i Wit e jJt paizoo LO IIBELLY 2frsLBAIqD with snaps got dand h a 6bc SOLID I INCIJ AMESTqr 7 4 25c r f IIII am offering my chain or wagon narness fl Itt a big b rgaln e 0 B int Pair Haznes ith strap E L LI0 I 12 Trace Chains extra heavy L t40 iCollars t 2 iYJ I Set of Breeching all leather 7 L5 iBelly Bands solid lleather 86itI11 Pair Lines 16 feet IQng JL i Total y 1LJ1690for cash J J 90 11IIDiscount r 7 d 1J io Jr f1855 1100 38i I iE j he complete pulfit far v 1600 J Now is yp iropportunity to save money If this set doesnt suit I we have them heavier with pries in proportion rtIyou BUGGY HARNESS per seU u w 960 and f1150 Wehave manyother stylesj j I give ire with each setof Harness 1 pad 1 hitch rope andf4 snaps for backing straps and lines 5 HARNESS OIL tbe best oh the market per 1ll0rto j while it ts for only I 4I 7SciI have the most complete line of Harness Goods ever i Washington Unty C1l and ee for yourself W Can Save you Money onHooTtiif I G OJ Begemann f SShopmOld Baptist ChurckJJ l7 I jtv rt News Leaderanduisyule J Evening Josti- i For 350 jJt rll r t t hysicians Advise rii the use of gobdlaiative to keep the bowels open eM ynrMt iw lMMrf Hilirttaf food from lCttl IrThe lateStuct of SCIence it VEL va taxUveUverSuppNM j reliable and of If pleasant aromatic tastetVelovo adt is s II St U J stomach and bowels jtad is of the treatJst posb1 cy t1 kWUb- wousnsskafeterisaIeessccBcIetigc W ca- It JELJ 0 LA41IE j or liVER SYRhtr t f I i JT71L j MODES i rrt1T MOMENT i t r1 1 I NDON ENGIiAND rashion has developed Indian shawlltls and the symptoms nav spread to all garments The pipe pat tern of Oriental glorj inflUenCejov j chromaUc color1ng1s a feature alike of silkeni JtriramlBgs and thick Wf1were I 1 tysof lut autumn ire aeveippe Ktertkwr Itf the new year but it suf A foRt MpyreMloarln the days of oui MNnJHrftQd Bow it rages you can k J siRsly find an article of dreaslacklng iti Kfww writes Mrs Arla in Ma M tti f v OjffimV DWBC yperegrinatlons In the Held cMta ikt week 1 have met Indlan 1 iNMtrned cHiffon doingf duty for r l firrM Ordered and hemmed WIth r In Parenthesis I would note that UBJscarf continues to beall indlspen KJMe adjunct to every womans POS L 6Iou There are scarves of velvet aQillMd and bearing silken tassels tttre ire scarves of chiffon covered ifSkMtaBlt bordered with ermine 4treare rverof fanciful silk silk eSTfrlntedand over and above all are tKe tcanriM of fur gorgeous creations tiftsabl and ermine whlle for women MAble to attain the magnificence of fitfese are scarves made of musquash ir squirrel or strips of chiffob bound J Aether with bands of skunk Skunk t U If possible more fn favor this sea gthanlast and as a consequence It fig gone tip In rice anjjl so top has t gray squirrel There are many quail itfea If tkta Utter the latter kinds be tis cfieaper than the1 darker while the latest form of squirrel boi is made Mritli two strips separately lined and Jwtjheld together here and there by a te idriiSilTe pie rends are eparate- am4irlm e4iflth dark squirrelf tails Two strips ot squirrel or three strips V Cjpquirr l thus treated really make aae UStfanieipenslve scarf and- lltompl ted with a large square muff yn similar lines fringed or unfrlnged 0Vlth the tails must be reckoned l ijamongs Inexpensive auccesses linr the 4handj df furs 4 Evening Coats of Indian Shawl- But to return to my tale of Indian- twUta Evening coata made of V be Indian shawl proper th shouIdera e lleutjja one with the sleeves the hems colb ajdborders of skunk the lining of Uarkaredor dark gray are admlra ble lrcumstaaces and so too are longrr j musquash coats 1l1 edwlth Indian- torrV haya entirely abandoned the white t satin faclngsj ant brocade or plait t grays browns or purples seem the most popular selections at the mo ment Millinery Is definitely Persian in I g outline and whether of plain velvet sugHISp1moit In favor Made in velvet tightly U drawn over the shape wlth a single i g fountain feather extending up one aide It la only becoming to very low R the softer swathing of velvet being faro t 5 more generally successful A frjll of m white raCe resting on the hair is bene g flclal but can be copied easily that ltjallkely to be common and the eonly safeguard Is In the purchase oft lace of a superfine quality Mallnes is of all kinds the most suitable There has been a great vogue for t blaTace and entire dresses and teaj gowns made of this with broad black satin hems have had Vide patronage or I should say narrow for the c- lrI of our dresses grow very we get a wide effect when Itan ambition very rare by the openfronted over I1cumference Velvet to Indian shawlltls J that a broad band of this skunk decorates one of jI the new hats of mobcar outline which 6r has a crown and frill of black soft 4paUn We are very reluctant to part with black satin even though the dull thicksurfaced moires offer themselves S persuasively as subs tuesIfy New Skirt I promised that this week I would consider seriously coats and skirtsSwill begin with the skrxBand ob g servo that ninny of the mpdols of tfijese show broadlyplaited kilts some quarter of a yard In depth round the b iront and a narrow single boxplait erjtending from waist to hem at the t flItUeUmef J reach to a few Inches below IC and braiding is definitely a favorite trimming plain velveteen liberally braided Is amongst the nov elles and an excellent model In velI i ryetee 7is bound wlth braid and has brafdbuftonB The coat la cut with a t plastron straight down the front but tons being on either side while the trlg tbasquels put 01 with a Seam vrroundthe hips The same wide pins jf tronandhem are carried out on the skirt braid bindings and buttons be 0lag 1e only decoration The lining f t pu coatof Oj s our new frLnj lnepatterned foulard and tile haf wijliis 1 designed to complete it haS j lrrwbrim of broad black velvet arapeafaidsa and bronzeleaved rose having A few metalflowersniongsttheletthempassmade in white kid Besides plain velveteen there Is vel loOkingItsgrays browns and this will mhke a very pMrlbuttongsole adornment Many of the coats have saIlor collars not entirely to ray taste and seeming an Incongruous element In the scheme of winter fash ions and ota few coats are gath ered or plaited above the waist into n straight basque Cloaks of All Sorts The voluminous cloaks of velvet or atin pr fur ate Ideal for those who can afford them of the best quality and cut they have a gracl usness all comfortolable table A most popular color for these Is raven blue whose advent into fash ionable circles was made early last year and a most becoming color it Is1 especially for inilllnerywhile a dark blue veil is no small advantage to the scheme Cloth dresses are well made of this raven blue the braiding or other decoration being usually in black while royal blue as a trImming for hats and for dresses continues on its career of success Besides faced cloth zibellne Is npw recognized as desirable and zlbelirie is of thesoftest and silkiest kind either plain or sur face or with broad diagonal ribs As usual In autumn the deadleaf colors are in vogue every shade of red and mulberry every tone of green and brown being recognized as attractive and attractive they are too especial ly In soft thick materials and above descrlptJonI noth more successful than velveteen chosen In a mulberry tone and embroidered in aluminum vaicream lace and the shape In mediae val style with a girdle of aluminum ITbe illustration portrays one of the most effective ideas of the season In gray soft satin made with a sloping panel The corsage is fashioned of net hung with chains of silver boules To Save Time It is an excellent idea when a house keeper is not blessed with stationary tubs in her laundry to try purchasing a twoInch garden hose and attach It to the faucet In this way she can let the water run in the tubs and boiler without lifting a drop of water which gives the laundress extra time- wkih otherwise is wasted Picture Card Game plCturIpostcards Intprefvtlns Krtmes can he phiyctl wNi these cards When you uim tIl1lIliiI pnss peiull and paper and a plurr postal to each onO and ask tier rh to write a verse about tIll nlic fo Iotnre represents If Jliovo r Mow buildings or famous sZt raie will lie more liitcros- ticuctlre d Keep rouitry Mouse Dry Itshasbeoa ssiithat a dry hen car pot bV frozen to death Her coat or warm feathers protects her For this reason it Is more Important to have a dry poultry house than a warm one Keep out the rain and dampness and the hens will fare well Cull Before Winter One thing the poultry keeper should not neglect to do before putting thq flock into winter quarters and that Is to culL tJ Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription- It 4te beet ol all medicines for the cure of diseases I fkc4eE Md ireakiie e peculiar to women It is the olrprratiosef its kind devised by a regularly gradu Mdjiy5ic aaexperienced and skilled speaalistjsMi the 4iiuute of women I t J It rs M sem cay conditlop of no system tnoMZ iLEllMEOY which contains no alcohol d MfMrmM WWtforauBe drugs and which u4ss JM erariaf for rack sdmnlants 1 7W ONE REMEDY S good that its makers e te print Pits very iotredlent on i k ok eii4 eeI4rtkewraHcr and attest to the iJrr It fe w y mtrimi dcrien eyerywhere and any dealer vrho Msnt it can l fUf tJtt ki D t toke Asubelneolueknoeomposition ffor thlmedicine OllJo ooum No saaittrfeit is aafjood III the genuinaakdthedruggfst t i M71fJtlln 4JII ujart M goojaas Dr Piereea lsel rItken 1 to fciriysTMi for own splfish benefit Suckasian is ncit to be = He triiiaC wit your raosti priceless pOI sJ011r health 1 M y it Z See fist IHIltl wtet y tut for r Plenty of fresh air sleeping outdoors and a plain nourishing diet are a115goodand helpful but the most important of all isiScott Emulsion It js the standard treat ment prescribed by physicians allover the World for this dread disease It is the ideal foodmedi cine to heal the lungs and build up the wasting body FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS JJond name of paper and this for our beautUnl Barlnci Dank and Child SketchBook Each bank contains a Good Lack 1canj SCOTT BOVNEi 409 Pearl St N Y RAISING THE MAINE Engineers Engaged in Bitter War Over Methods Publication of Plans LI e Firebrand In Rouslpg Fight Bet ween Army and Navyrf May Equal SeaLevel LocklCanaf Dls9usslon Washington Publication of the de tails of the plaza formulated by the army engineers for ttfe work of rale the wreck of the battleship Maine ling likely itq precipltatfl as great A as was brought about by the war over the relative merits of sealevel versus the locktype of IIUe for the Panama Isthmus was made known some time ago that the Old slow and expensive meth od of a cofferdam was to bo employed r by the army people and while con wasIrule Imitated SIgsbfte In reserving judgment until the plan with all of Its details was at band When these have been made known it is probable that the crux of the contention will center about the hai acter of the bottom where the Maine lies embedded In the firmness or softness of that bed seems to lie the essence of the entire situation Scoff at the Dam For if it Is soft and If the softness extends to any considerable depth there will be engineers to say that the cofferdam idea Is impracticable for the reason that the dam would have to be sunk too deep for its sides to resist the lateral pressure and moreover that It would be possIble to keep ft free of water by reason of the great pressure under and around the base When asked his opinion of the cofferdam plan of raising the wreck of the battleship Maine an engineer of national reputation said that he had made a close examination of the plans ag outlined and that his experience had shown him that the plan adopted by the army engineers for raising tho wreck Is utterly Impracticable He make the remarkable statement that he jJlan If persisted In will not only fall to raise the vreck but In all like lihood will engulf It deeper- I have just finished an examination of the plans this engineer continued The official report of the armr engi neers who did the boring around the Plantwreck shows that under the soft mud a layer of blue cltfy was found at a depth of 63 feet that this extended to a dtepth of 75 foot whore It grew a little harder and that at a depth of 65 feet It stiffened that ofljclal report of the borings Is enough In Itself to show that there Is no stability what cvento the bottom down to the depth of 85 feet It further goes to show that only the frictional resistance of the sides of the wreck prevents it from sinking deeper and that as soon as the mud surrounding It is removed plansthe25 or 30 feetmore There Is also the Imminent probability that It will settle stern or bow firsts and that this misdirected effort at raising It will leave it standing on one end Instabiiltyible that the cofferdam method should have been resorted to The theory of the resistance of dams and retain lug walls Is so elementary that every student of engineering must acquire It the Jlrst year of his course And It would seem that tho most elemental knowledge of this theory should have prevented the government from com mitting Itself to the construction of a cofferdam where It is known that the bottom Is unstable to so great n depth In the report published In tile technical journal which details the plans it lIs said that relative ob Bervatlons on the various parts of the Maine made today and ton years ago show that after its first settlement in the mud In the bottom of the harbor no further settlement thattbrounding bottom Is spit point to pho iosrnpbjB taken recently and directly after the disaster This taken recent howfijflt fho wreck Is flOw sub 1 f r Temporary HeaiiEiDid you ever stop to think of the many ways in which a windowopenwhile you undress at nfcii and then turn it off Apply a match c SMOKELESS Is invaluable in ts 6f quickly giving heat Apply a and 4t is hic mediately at work It burn for nine without refilling Jt Is sale smokeless and qdor1essILhaSa damper top and a cool handle An indicator always shows ttne amount of oil the font It has an automaticlocking flame which prevents the dropbackThe bUmne body or cajmot became vrdged and can be quIckly unscrewed for wicking japan or nickel strong well made builf for and light and ornamental Dialers Evtrytrhtrr If tot at yotrs mrie defnpiat drotar f to the Manst cfjhe f w Standard Oil CoyIncorporctod merged much qeeper tnan when sne first went down yTho plan devised by the board of army officers contemplates a coffer dam built around the wreck This coffer Jam Is to consist of a series of cylinders 50 fciQt In diameter on the 11IdOS of the wreck and feet In dI These1clIndcrs at the bottoms When the cofferdam Is pumped ont aha wreck will be ox amlned and ij will be deternrined- whether it shaU be raised or broken up The wreck Is expected to be exposed before congress adjourns next March Congress has appropriated 300000 for the work The estimates of cost show that this sum will cover the pre liminary borings up to this point The report adds that the actual removal of the wreck and restoration of the harbor to its original condition may require a further appropriation from congress f not excqeding 200 000 Cost 500000 S tWill raising of the wrcclf ruer3 promise to mi compUgh by tlje net anniversary biI itbc disaster hehcore contomplatoa n total expenditure of 500000 Pan of Fjnit Five Springs and a Typic Boring Section connect on engineers have had attenti n called to a law which rrthin to beve a direct bearing on subject and which In view of fact that only 300000 has been appropriatedj seems to for Cend any possibility pf tho early raising of the wreck Section 3679 of the Revised Stat utes reads No dopartmant of the government shall expend In any one fiscal year ony sum In excess of ap proprlaUoqs made by congress for that fiscal yehr or Involve the gov erhmcnt Inany contract or gbllgatlHn for the future payment of money In unlessIt Ized by lanl Any person violating any prpvlslon of this section shall be summarily removed from office and may nleo be punished by a fine not less than 100 or by Imprisonment for not leas than one month Army Got Work by Error There Is an Interesting bit of written history which reveals how It came about that the work of raising the Maine was delegated to the navyVhenbill was sure toO passed by con gress the navy department began to iay plans for executing the work Then too chairman of the commit tqe which bad the matter In iand ad dressed apjinqulry to Secretary Meyer of the navy department making for mal request for Information as to whether the work of raising the vessel came within the province of tho navy department or the war depart ment Tbo communication said that the bill M drawn contemplated that the wqrk fce done by the navy but that there had been some discussion of the matter and that an official opIn- Ion whs dtlrcd- Tbej lettpr was turned over to the solicitor lof the navy department a oqleHearmy the task of removing obstruc lon f onij rivers and harbors and con theIl outfthe a my wjis to do the work the see retar hn4 the civil engineers of the navy and tho construction corps about his e irsf fthoHolleldtwhich haa been quoted ap Dllea Qp t 4Vari and harbors wlth- In t e iftc StatesanQ i4vrnj hIiy and unquesUeihablr CIm 1IIb n=ac f tho navy Mr 4 ar j morning when you get out of and you have heat while you dress earlybrenltfttbeIore radiatingheatan oil heater and then turn It off pIanoInhave warmth from an oil heater while she plays and then turn iif off whohasters gettamporaryt ien turn It off The ERFJECTIO Alsolatqly smokeless s and odorless capacity match will hours in spreader gzIllery Finished in durable fervice yet ftaIcrq war L Secretary Meyer = fftl UoIU4U n oJ = said tEat Ce ncnr resrettod too mta take butt In a very manly way aa mmed full responsibility for IL A Close Observer have you ever seen a mermaid No but 1vo seen professional dIY Inar eirls whose skin was rather enaly GRANDSTAND OF THE FUTURE t Poetic Prophet Tells What It Will Like When All the Contests Are In the Air Ah the grandstand of the future I can see It In my dream where crowded thick like packed sardines well watch the white wings gleam The wIngs of angels you will ask oh reader do not mock but hold your breath as still as death and harken to my talk The grandstand of the future its not built of girders strong nor fashioned out of lumber bold the yelling throng but as the go sailing Pastoh no tie not Ito sea for yachting bouts will be tame I think for you and me These ships forsooth are in the air and It Is of their wings of which fain would talk to you along with other things And instead or future races forming necks like giraffes from toIwith an idea a novel way hell found fur watching aeronautics lying flat upon tile ground The grandstand of the future you go htlthg to the gate make a purchase of your ticket and lWave the rest to fate for once within that sacred pale shut off from spongers view youll have to Ibid a place to squeeze your anxious body through The spectators are stretched In rows are lying still and flat no worry over race course clothes much less a stunning hint but instead of these adornments that pall on the ap petite goggles form piece de resis tance all agleam with jewels bright and In comfortable position with your eyes turned toward the sun well watch the aviators speed until the taco Is won The grand stand of tho utureit iacoming never fear Just look and see what has transpired in one brief busy year And though you scorn the Idea with derision shout me down youll bo first to buy your ticket for that grandstand on the ground Kansas City Star i Do You Get Up With a Lame Back Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everyone knows of Dr Kilmers SwainoRoot tha great kidney liverand findoutifyouliavekid troulJle- Whenwritlngmention bladder remedy cause its remark restoring properties Swamp Roof fulfills every wish over pouting rhcntnatisp pain the neys liver bladder and every part the pasraRe It corrects inability to Hold waterand scalclingpaiu in passjnjjit or badeffects followiaguse ofliquor wine or beet and overcomes that unpleasant necessityof being compelled go ofter through the day and to get up mdnj times duriu the night SwampRoot is pot lecotnmendcfor iverytuing but if you have kidney live bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need It bus been tfjor oughly tested private practice and liar proved so successful that a special ar t in emcnt has been made by whiclijnJJ readsrspf his paper who have not ready tried it may have a sample t atIsent free by mail also a book more SwampRoot and pow neyor bladder treading this gencrous offer iii thcpnpet anti send your address to Dr Kilmer Jio be of able health aluio in in backJrd of urinary to or in about iBnBin g hn The regulnr fifty reenl and bottles are sold all fi t mlke any xnistak cnmpltootDrdress Ding toniNtpu ezy bottl 7 w r bEjftlTy AND rrlETHRCA IRowI tinue tofte worn all through the ay tumn the care of the throat and the pjreservatiph of the contours of the neck b come of interest o the Ionian who wlhfcs to look her best Cultivate the habit of searching for aeroplanes Is the advice 9fabeauty expert who trains her pupils to wall with the head thrown well backwajd in yrder to prevent the sag- gIng of the throat lines llienioredeeply and while the lungs are filled to the fullest extent the disfiguring double chin is to receive ten sharp blows with the back Of the hand and Is to be Struck sharply enough to make the tears come This Is to be done twice sind If prac tised dally it is said tug slappIng exorcise will take oft the fraction an dunce of flesh each day ofI Still another method to reduce any signs of a doublel chin is to wring out a towel In hot wAter every day and hold It to the superfluous flesh Con tinue this practice for five minutes and then hold the chin over a basin of hot water until It Inspires freely Thethroat isfthen tae bathed with cqjd salt water or a comprfeB of cold wattir to which a few drops of simple tincture of benzoin have been added must be laid on the neck The girl who wishes to whiten her throat should bathe It every evening basIIbeenwIthI almond oil and rose water This will not only whiten the skin but will also take away dny wrinkles in the neck and will leave it soft yet flam- flubbingthe neck with a chamois pad on which a few drops of olive oil haveeen laid is advocated as a means for removing all roughness of the skin llt ts sajd that with this practise the throat becomes as smooth as satin and of an exquisite texture It RACK FOR LETTERS AND KEYS Practical and Useful Contrivance That Can Be Made With LittloTrou ble and Expense- A practical and useful rack for let ters and keys for hanging In the hall Is shown in the accompanying sketch and it can be Ipade with Very little trouble and at a small cost A piece of smooth board about l2 a inches and a halfInch in thIckby ness should be procured This Is cov Indlcattwo pockets into which the letters may be slipped The silk is fastened on at the back df the board with tiny nails or small tacks and the folds should be drawn as tightly and flatly across the surface of the board as possible In the upper edge two small brass rings rings similar to those used for hanging up snTall pictures will answer the purpose are screwed by which the rack may be suspended from the wall In the lower edge five little brass hooks are fecrexVed upon which the keys mar be hung To finish off the rack a silk cord carried into three little loops at each corner may be sewn tnd a rack can of course be made In the same way In a larger or small size ttd suit re quirements Tojqld Veil In Place A number of clever expedients have been devised to hold a veil snugly under the chin without giving It an uglyj line Here Is one method which saves tho veil also and involves hard ly any trouble Get the narrowest kind of round elastic the same as the veil paint the white el colorI with water colors for a colored and whip it over the extreme the veil taking up only a single thread all around Include aiy cut edges but afterward pare them off neatly with a small pair of scissors Fasten In back with a tight knotIThe veil is slightly gathered on jlastic fits nicely under the chin thejj over hat and stretches when It raised It seems tho best solution a vexing probrm of dress Dyeing Laces To color very delicate French lace which Is usually silk It may bo stretched with thumbtacks upon a board with clean hlte blotters be neath It and painted with gasoline and oil paint made yap thin TMs Is done when lacos are so tender that they would not stand dipped and wringing A brond new varnish brush Is used for the painting of late and the process lsa inost deJcste one Involving treat care A Phenomenon Indeedl Fouryearold Elmer and his family had Just moved to the country end Alice In Wonderland hadnt anything on Elmer In that land of green grass and wonderful creatures One of tho first things tb bi d blm welcome was a friendly old lien with a very new brood of neeppeeps And no Buddhist at his ishrjne could have been more assiduous In his de votions than was that cltybred blllj to the strutting mother and her fluff ballsNowlt happened that one day Ell mers father obscrved a cat unaC aChed and lanky casting what he tonic to be a hungry eye at those same chickens Looking around for n Harmless but effective mlssiieho dis covered a bag of soup beans Tight at hl8khand and thereby hangs this talC For a shOrt time afterward llttlp El iner Ian into the bouse with his faco crimson with excitement Oh mammal be shouted Look at these little eggs I found In tile Hlrssl The peeppeepa laid theml And1 opening Jill hAnd hedtsclosed nbaIZ dozen soun beaixo w 1 i iorXnfantBi t f The Kind Y UHaYeii r Always oUihtIfIf r ears tile t J signature A ilt t j I of L ff1t0 tr r Jf irt It J iRsI 1Ir111 4jIltjj USi8 tr JJ 1 iIt I It JJoOfJ ti Thirty Year- sCATORIA t CIjiTU5 rirye8r l fI tiaqta EVERY BUSINESSI 111N r iji j 1 II Iflucognizes the importance ofOnductin rlinei etiisbf telephone both local land long distance Itom in4rm of imo and eYUncceiled lephQn service can bfh41 Ithe lines of the CumberlandPe1ephonjmiaTe1e pioni Jpany Long distaEve connections all iipportant olntiJil 8 United States ratea reaaonaVe service the b st i ccnIl3ERLAND T T4PEONE 8 P1ILEGRAPB COMPAN3j1 1jjj Incoroprted I f j = t It 1tf t The Secret of Youth I r Doyou ever wonder how you can renwin young Wl1y other womentlder than you look younger than ypu do f The secret cafl be put in a few woms Preserve your health and you will preserve youryotl4tlBy health we men not alone physical health but nerye health as sometimes magmficeitly8trongJookip women fare nervous wrecks But whether you are weak physically or nervously you need a tonic and the best tonic for yo1Iis Cardui It builds strength for the physical and nervous systems It helps put flesh oh your bones and vitality into your ie- rvesTakeCAftflU J 46 y The Womans tonic 5y mother writes MrsZL Adcock of Smith yllle fennU1s 44 years old 11d is passing through the change of lifer embtyMyof Cardui which she took according to directions arid nOW she is up able to do her housework and says she kids like at new woman l Try Cardui In your own cast Tlororfor 111 tian lId64pgebook flmctrneiifoWQmeMntfree i I j PrT r I f Two bottles CuedI RItenati 51 IT If I 1 ererlrotrlfetfmatin n sWh h gkvij relief A lady Jnenrftof mine told me had tT ipubdra f at QP ellgot two h ttIes find they cured me I think it the lest LiniCitaper4rt can n the house I shall always keep a bottle ir my house is Iphg at Ican get it iRSpR WALLACE Morrisons Va L Another LetterI Ij MRSjAartisMcGRAwof 1216 Mandeville St New Orleans ta wTuesr take 4 leasure in writing to you I bafl a my armor fivByei- andIuse I j SLOAWSJNIMENT I I JoronfiAJeckand was comgfgtely cured I recommeid your tJniran bigh1y T SloansLimment instantly relives Tr f i the Jints Sore Throat H rseness Sprains Neuralgia Sciaacaand Lumbago Better arjd cheaper than porous plasters tAllDnig bts rrlcol 45c GOc and 160 Ioon Trcatlto oatho llotsa tentrroc Addr DR EARL S SLOAN BOSTON 1MA 4yv A L t I Ihavibeeiias l i nents nsdate4kmeit Pie i She tised 7oJninilt aSd i is have u that pain t