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I 11 l 1U l titiii 1U nII VULXY1 7 f JDtiG10 T JUCKYIF Jh II L rjle y I w IK I cthsFiqHie Hew Ii lt J k J s pity ar 4io 2 iuey Abrabftw ft b JjJJj4Js tat p cIs p4flS While IJItOlMir WMjM4 bora la 4 Wr1 did MM beet b uii 4 drr the ciroMtilMOM iid s birtbps i M titetaa httMiMt- fmoeg f1v Jr the cliffs LKflt7 RiT Am- =Tbi was srwt low eeiMrigs odnwi eoo ttrtietc o rough It efetnwv of the fE11ti fOO4ali i room Bdjki kitehiwa and dining room jfslI 4i1J uIJ Wbcn beWU a 1 Mr Otrk predicted day1ite would bePresl eUttV tftlMl MiUa for the ewriifr Hfafol be next speaker of UM HMM tkbws that he bad HM prayittoncj iin mind at au re msioet period Al MM MIM of CUrlcg birth there were ao railroads in thist M3Uo tt the country and the iankatm rode o boraeback to the greicerf atore and =Jirtbeir supplies aod iJ luaee Beaachamp Clark son 7ef JMM Haai tOQ and Alethea 4 Jms suthaap Clark wAs horn 4iiSO M aJi tie farm in 3 tT II oety four miles t rWe Iith 1rcn Haaapton GityIWM a noiv of New Jersey and iow aa k Sc was a winder eraJiaht ir1ir JrDIIiPbi1 t l9hib le Wev QtkaiH aiwl np tiM JdUeeieeip and the Ohio to IjftttiaVUta be lially drifted to Ijawre oebirg acl settled there Ibortf tfMr arriving ia liaw jiimliery be met Alethea Beau eJMJMp a frail beautiful girl a d alter IIarntWooin they we eawirried He was an edu MecbiniclLlgentuRIa d s1a ardent exponentof DemO ouM4c ck il1 JotarClark after marrying took up tinkering with old clocks ad doi9ff deoUl work He rod e ofer Amd t1ncl Wanbf ngton eMKttee mending old clocks and prasticlag dentistry and ex e potftdieg Democratic principles Mrf Clark WM also well edu calM sot tboee days haying re it i r T r 1cjwi J jJJf1Mt i l I U AAYI6 ceived six years schooling in a coent here were tir e child ren Hargaretljpuiae theeldetiwho died m infancy James Beau champ known to the political world as Chip and Elizabeth now Mrs Elizabeth Clark Haley After seven yearsof happiness Mrs Clark dies and the body was laid to rest in the old cemetery the etShe was the first person to be buried in the little burying ground which had been set aside by tbe pioneer of of Anderson County MrJOmrk was in ill health at the tlmft of the death of his wif e And Jhow t f w14 9 itdI wa a serious problem He fh1ofIt was with this aged couple thatthe future Speaker of the House of Representatives lived until he was 11 years old when hie father moved to Mackville whelre there was a larger school and greater advantages for his his children The Kansas City Star Newspaper Merger Frankfort Ky Feb SThe consolidation of the Kentu ky State Journal and the Frankfort News became effective today the News absorb lug jts rival The two papers will be published from the plant of the Frankfort News all of the equipment of the State Journal being move into the now occupied bY1heNe bnildingI paper will be known FrankfortNewsJouftlal and will be an afternoon paper with a late r jJamesi owners of the Journal will be coofnested with the News Jourmil it and will have charge of thewofk done lor Ith State under the con tract forrstclassl printing ani also lor the publication the advance sheets of the Court of Appeals d the Kentucky de cisionsS Evety year a large number of poor sufferers whose lungs are sore and rack with coughs re urged to go to climate But this is costly anotherI ways sure Theres a better Dr Kings New Discoverp troubleIwritaSW 47 pounds in weight Its surely the King of all cough and lung cures Thousands jowe their lives andJiealthtoit Ins positively guaranteed for Coughs Colds LajGrippe Asthma Croup all Throat and Lung troubles 50c and 1100 Trial bottle free at Haydonffc zHnHmION VOIDi alJiSays IIIni the Lebanon Local Option Case Ji Thnrsdayl mornIng ttieVCotfrt of Appeals a Ermed they decision of the Marion circuit court in the caseof Duodet4 scwla man etc therebvWioldTng that 1Lel i was void and of no ffeeC It will be remembered that oosewifaypriB the opening of saloons iifrlJebanon carried thft election b1dl votes Those oifr posed o ge saloons IDega contest 1ainiin toe electu wa void as tthe order cal 1toelection had bees enured the 1klgJItheidconles Hbardrcompos oW Judge A p darter ndiuss JBeaven and GeorgeJ atticgjy They declared the election void The case was uppaaladto the circuit court land a similar judg ment renderedjby JudgeThur III1anattpEf court Ji j 11 U iWith rthese fiecisionS affirmed DQattiertandsltheame as if no election had been heldMa riqn Falcoji Death in Roaring tire 4may fire bugs but often sev re burns are caused that make aJqUl k ned Iox Buckleiis Ar nfca Safvvtlie ctuickcfst surest cure for burns ivouride bruises bolls sors Itisubdujs inflammation It kills pain K soths and healsl Drives pTiktnptisreICS 0nIY ia a idon RO be- rJr J Grand Opera if there wjis Yc PYJ Iqqt thfr i restJtn grand fopera in English in Kdntucly4itasi ben dispelled by the JHrg and rapid Iy growing Jistof orders receiv ed by mail for the Iour per or mances of the Aborn English Grand Opera Company ati Mac aiildys Theatre Louisville Won day Tuesday and Wednesday February 20 21 and 22 This is the Aborn ofganizctions first tour pf this part of the country after which it will return to Chi cago where it hadrun of ten weeks last Spring to the largest attendance ever recorded there for grand opera in English This noted Company will appear in only one city In Kentucky inIndianaI ir w p0fredqJ cboru and lbig orchestra undmost prominerjt among the- friAcpalartissar Edith Helen and Bertha Davip Sopranos Louisa LeBaron II and rBattii- BdlellatfgcpctrafwSi JDfcinJfc Rnsso and Henry Taylor tenors George Picketingi and William iSclrustejr baitiie i fcranlfittatiJj ney stage director and others LerdiVricbly nielodious II TgovaLore will l3e tilpresefM Ijipndjiyinight Bints iplcturej sque and fascinatipg l0armenn wilL bnthe IQtferJQrHe1c1 night Plotowsviyaciousand dej Jig tful Martha will be tti iWe d nesd ay jcqatipee MHj Sind g nK Imdio V lkfL1I slxif c Faust wIll b gL Vednes tday IJigtitc01f 4s aitarjet owLQpentQ mail orders fOF all performances f at price ranging frogi fifty cent to 150 fqeingtnd4rotn fiftfy cints to ifrQO otoe Wednesda matinee Resetiooscani be made bsendinfchecks made payaIe to Macauley Theatre with letters addressed t6 IJreai suiet L Uis7i11iKy r tf For State Auditor P0N UB LAF1FO ONIHdn Ruby Laffoonwbo is a1 candidate for tljie nomination for DemocratlcI was in town ori last Thursday shaking hands pith tha voters of the countr Mr Laffoon is very pleasing gentleman and looks like he wpifld be a winner in anything except possibly a foot race aIS aneloquent speaker and a nian ot splendid ability If nominated he would add materiallyftb the strength of the ticket and would make tbe State u very efl cient oflicii- alFoRSALEIbber J tire Staa hope in good Condition New tires last summer Apply at this office f iUDDiilEATH In Harredsburg of Former Washington County Y oma Word Was received here last week of thesudden death of Mrs Jas laham in Barrodsburg on iab Wednesday qight She had lbi nin faiing health for some Vim6V but tier condition was not Ithought to be serious end her death came as a shock to her niahy friends and esp rlally to her husband Who is amember of theGeovge Bohon Company and wasat Wiliisburg in tne in terest of his business when noti Oed of her death Prior to her marriage Mrs IshtB was Miss Francis Cochran i year ago the family resided at Mackville where Mrs IsbamJtis favorably remembered by a large Circle of friends and relatives Funerall services were held at the residence Friday and burial was in Spring Hill cemetery in Hdrrod burg She is sucyived by her nusbacd and thee children Miss Marguerite Isham and Emmett and Christine Isham FO SALE +oe thirty BPE M F 5 passenger motor car fully equipped with gas lights gen eratortop wind shield 2 extra tires and full set of tools Price sqsb One H H P stationery U Nat ipaP gasoline ftngint This is 4 horizontal eugineand in tirst jqlass shape will make a fine en glue for pumping purposes 65 One Winton 1903 tourinp car 20Th P Spa senKer This cr is in good shape with excep tiSh oftwo tires which arebad Other twogppd t275 One 1906 Yale motorcycle 2J H Pr one new tire in good shape 565 Gallon or address N G MARKS I Springfield Igt Old Soldier Tortured For years I suffered unspeakable torture from indigestion constipation anti liver trouble wrote A K Smith a war veteran at Erie Pa fI but Dr Kings WeW Life Pills fixed die all rIght Theyre simply great Try them for any stomach liver or kidney trouble Only 25c at Haydon Robertsons Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS Asro R IA F 1LC1 f 1 I II I 4OREGiSTERED DUROG SOWS thirtfjfne 40i Ii AND 8 FINE YOUNG BOARS r fjI 1SIl4riii I Sale to be held under cover on my PfSpringfield at 1 6clock phi l4 J r p f t 1 fDESDAI FEBBMBY ri 1 1914iI iWillsell l pair SyeetroId work mules 2 horses and somfj freshjei Y cows 1 k Ercry anirWjjvy in this sale will beJ sold without reserve bybid of limit i1 I r S Itt CaitipfiiJl AuctioiMier Write for catalog l J J IJ F t 0 f v Mayes 3t1springcieid KJI t ii- tS I = j J IOt3ExISJB t In Him Which Destroy the Home of John Sutton MrI apclden1ioccarrel lug when tie home ol Mr John Sutton burned and bis infant child perished in the 1eSiItwas in the early morning and both Mr and Mrs Sutton had tsborttIEPeMrfeeding his atock Suddenly they discovered smoke issuing frosn all parts of the house They rushed to the door to save this child but when the door opened they were met by the names shorttimethe windows but they were again driven back It is unknown 110w tthe fire originated but it seems that the house was paper ed over building paper aWl wheti ialnridrpeoplehavecounty in their sad bereayement IPTte condition of our ancient and delapldated templel pf jug tice had become so flagrant bad that Judge Walker tookthe bull by the horns yesterday and after the report oftbe special committee and grand jury en tered an order condemning the court house as unsafe and unsanitary and a menace to the public On Saturday the Jpdge hajl summons to issue for the magi6tr4 tea and they came in Monday and took immediate steps renting the upper floor of the Opera Bpuse for court purposes HarJ rodsburg Republican t Archbishop Ryax PcI Pbt1alpbiaF b l1r tTBi Most Rev Patrick John Jfcyan Archbishop of Philadelphia and Metropolitan Pennsylvania diedj at4O8p m oclockatl the Arch ityArchbisbop d to his roOm with heart tnfrsrEle due to over work and advanceid years from Thankseivitfg day of lost year until Christmas day When he insisted despite the orders of physicians upon foil owing his usual custom of cete brating high mass in the cathedral Archbish p Ryan was consi dered the greatest ot the line of bishops and archbishops that have occupied the EpiscopallSee of Philadelphia since its erection in iOSHis reputation Vas na tionalandjn his home city liewas accorded a popular recognition that far surpassed that of any of his predecessors ha having beep on the friendliest terms with men of all religiousdenomi nations He was one of the foremost tmlplt orators in the Catho lic church in this country FALLING HAIR Can Easily Bb Stopped Also Dandruff and ItchinV Scalp I If ParisIan Sage doesnt stop falling hair itcbing scalp and eradicate dandruff in twp weeks Haydon Willjatlt stands ready to refund your mcn y withoujb argument or red t4pe of any kind r Parisian Sage will put a fad bating radiance into any womans hair in a few days Susanne Cajahan of Hotel Royal Bucyrusi Ohio on March 25 1610 wrote Mothers hair began to come out very badly and her scalp was po sore it was itParitanSIICpESS every way Utr hair stopped coming out dandruff alll disappeared soreness all left the scalp and her liair isI coaaipg In1 again very nl11u Large bot tie 50 cents a lflaydoa Wilt aJjriMiybMlisale to be belcilt4 84ahJ tiofist utfm to B CBobmt or SysbsllSt j j I Jo f tIUKMrApjKESHOi BAIN t t 1N I II w1ee aa lilt 4 II aai k = JbsL Ileal I SitPOWR cafHCWYOM KJ SS f r LEBA3NQPJ LOCALS Jf- Vom ThelEnterprise ill rsXerxes Purd- nearBradfordsjlle diedr at ftis home last tiatur day Funeral eryiceswerecqa ducted bfRe TF Walfcm Snnday mprnin after which the rHtnains were interred at Old Liberty Miss LilIiejVoweIIs aged45 years died at f home of hei1 father in this ciityV Friday night of pulmonary troubles Funeral services were conducted Suriday morning at jB b J ggg3u- chjarch by RTHj 1Tt1after which tbe remains were interred in the Catholic cemetery Monday caurning aboit 5 oclock Gatton Mijl rwh4 ifrfti below Rayjribkhdfiftvbarm totally destroyed by ireitbbuilding contained a large amount of tobaCCOI dcoulid erable qua tty of feed all ofr wbichweredconsdmed by the flames It fs estimated that ha loss is between 1800 and 2000 Mr Miller carried 11400 fi durance on he barn aadcoit tents Whether the fire was2 caused by ligl tning or was of incendiary o gin lsunknoeaS Hewevet Mr Miller has takesl steps to invea itgatd the matter There were s veral Crops of tobacco storedin the barn and itjift aaid the tobac so atone was worth over a thousa iddollars George and John J b5aon Who were tried in the court the latter part of last week charged vithm derhlg John Rodman in this city last Mav were found vuiity and artencd to serve 1H reraaiudeXof their lives State penitentiary On thefirat hallotil eleven of the jnrjriTptjd for the death penalty andle fpr life imprisonmtn Th yer filet was returned av 430p jlock Friday afternoon lestfaahah an hour after the case lied beeP given to the jury The twoSare brothers and are SOBS of Urrtgg Johnon4 the jjatdtert Rodman was a brotherinlaw George Johnson ufici waVTiBbt three times hI the bcks or lug to the testimony adduped at thet trialt tI Ji J SavhiwUi Neither my sister mot my ielf might be liyiaff today If ithatl JiM been for Dr Xngd New Discovery writes D McDonald of Fayette vllleNOvRTNo8 ftSW i6U had JErithtf ull oaughi tka iIc 4 f 1emey could ndpWe were toM f sister had couiijtIeea e was very weak and hap 1fkt iwte but o rwODaerfuliH4Jae coat pletely cured w oothIt the bst I ever usedl qrheajnltf11 JTor ease J IttBffi coughs colds keosrkie Ia grippe 4 tbma hay feyiai creep woopisg coiigball ko5O4ltr- blesIts t supreme Trial battle are Me sad 1OQ GurawteJ Itjdoe Je Robertson e l at JbIMZISptld y horwi n4 w work sad atajly hoeesoa er than last jeelOBYON PARiS J5 f6 IiUhtBLrfl i IcUi aIniyPi t F1ne PtdS 1 F kr IfliMiit Isp1SJi 1 pte 1 1 7 Dv rlal7 tlIIIA JI High Schooli Bidfik vI t fin the spring yetiec MMS fa y Lightly turns tkaM i 41vN9w i Esliikebe itiiqtwith the Jut L1tiii elss 8No Uttt itfatttii a tiNor tinder Peograiii- i FirigtinqsesUomg f AretymoslikstttEps tWhen on you the iea hsiU1 In sweet lispiag au frEvwi wln tlsyasy 4JJ0hlsorgedo1tWW4i And wiiIditst ceejw4d JJ BttMf tAt fm tJN J M tastgtI t- miJ1I J 1 Gvwu frsteelStfUtlM1Nit Fttw5 aybIkiesracI rl miftWW 9IIII iiin- gelr lAnd so pkinl iiek asiL tikWell takij Pit kstas i t IBntJJieftit eoss s sr j raty tiWltTJlW 1 r rl M A iiieveilt vrtatiiciiDJ ji ifI I reven th w wbotii part JA1it msiy- apeeches were made fside Lbs jjadasr fsis f dcisl6r infioticif ie 4ft r Lhe4iii oh ihcHior of tfew dbdi W Hjt JlJ qeld at pkca this yrloed fcJrsI1Wabra- dgirJ Jeerewjlbs Lat nighborig aeboos rpcttree- MMre4 cul hOiIiI I1riI 1 1 al lvorkkig f ta Patr74i Itltsts and the oooeM U wHJa l tJj 1I1asiPWspJboys f few dayl 4t bir 1 cNGf t st Jl Dot U Tt iJn h m JJt J f1 t If JJI rfw IJVVtf14y occSc- SSES Tat vpeciaUrt iravc 1a a bs e i c M tiiMhItoaseI Tkefeoltoktbe4k t6t5o4 I1 ad 90 furtlMr sort te Istisi itructios 5n Tttess1attIlfcaShI1tb- ittheipecii hs ad patM aM 1 citurrki nYox preapiw it1e Gak15 Ia breet4 it will If yes b regikZS 1P 4ee tweTbItMSoo et db for 4is sc1aJI l be b btVtbaaML jt 4vQ 11iWltt and d ivIette HYOMEI iarcstarTh or money back A co- uIteettpt wkUb coesiuts a o bcttie ol HtOM I a hari rubber inhaVr id simple lot true tfeoSr UM cots ttlyL Separate bot R of BV ME if afterward nooei1jsst but cents 11 EJ L ijuinuu i ==n 1MY 1 p4w4w4bVlv Mn e ttf WASflZNQTO J fl0i loose Leaf TobaccoI Sales Daily i pood Light and Largest Sales Floor 7t IIr r Plenty of Shed and Stalls FREE is rt i Vtt C tf J O RqjRINa 1 OUR TOBACCO TOt US AND VE WILL GET YOU TflBHIOfIBST f1 iJQfI4i j1J tk If 0Ln fil T f j WaIWe7E IIIONENO1 15l5 I r rIRobert T Bohannan MANAGER AND AUCTIOEER- f 18tt w M M ttt n wL 1 t J i ir JiVNIAKR jjSPIKGNLD xY L IIEr JPPJN fI1JIon MirW Li t jSDv4Z 7Z1i 1I1L UH7 j l1I NIIlahJ- j ta to CsvItO sftera- a1 1iiR rMMI1MH fWJS Utouti 8tgsi11isrou 4 WM tbis writlii N1flbb W lIJJhure nltoWrj A1Isb olf ifMiSpr Doamtllj spent 0iiiiy wMh DM lavilr of JO NMI t trf Mr1MGrsca loII1Co Iiii ItoIM iB riaowi thisat We rlCllt yer11l toJ JlrGraeefmUyl KM Mary Willisas visiting grsa tkr4 Mrs Ellis TlM young folks froaa thisll tMt stWdd tM pftrtr at the Gndy Horn Tmiay night illkM GrM Sh ba hasre b J l rl ar r ebtRLjJ iJ XIMUrYI V nalea p1bermamr friend We- djyia1ag Iaeu I WMbitawftY with that iaild Moiamje IMIIIM D D D Trial 4ttf Kc Bdieves all kinds I 9tskib1e cka sinf away I tfe i jp ritiHana clearing Tip UH0 OMMptacion as nothing else 1 caa Tfrifc Jil hadwy kind ot 4 to ID USE D D D al h Bobertson Spring tX Cr MRoads t i Jirta iaocry tosayHn Lucy Bw M7LO better at this Mtij8c rififft Jasfisa Carey and family ii e TrDIKht With his jeAer Jiri D Carey of Bo e Hill iWrt aa4Mr Win Cox and litiiptsoa Artaar Bt of Burgin ffMMt tkw IftMer prt of lutweek Y1fUM p Of Mrs Sarah Saliaoa and relatives at tqis t jdae li6cQ4hy MythelilUe daugh tMOfKrandMrs Ezra Tatum jsyirylow with brain feyer SS i Io W ifofTh 01r- oet GiPrefr1LeeOrL lr BOiIate Xa ad MiSs 7ary 27 Arrival of I i lREX PIauiProteus Pm at ilffett Annie Lawson were united Jin siarrige8indaT tthnoneo UM brides parents Mr and Mrs B Lawson ai Harrpds burg Bev Campbell officiatingl Mr Russell iia son of Mr fi- N BnsMli of Roes Hill F09terjBlmon Mr J H Goode and wife of Deep Creek yisited Mr George Taylor and family Tuesday Mr and Mrs Woodie Wayne aaa little daughter Dora of Mackyille speqt Monday night M the guest of Mr Will Wayne nd family i Mrl Laura Bottom and daugh ter and Mrs Carrie Lester and little daughter Ethel visited Mrs Sarah Salmon Wednesday- Mr Richard Gravsand wife spent Saturday with Mr and Mrs Henry Graces of Muck IYilleMr1Tointie Salmon sold a heifer to John Peters for 2550 nd bought a cow and calf from I eff Purdom for 3750 Mr iDD Bottom and family visited Mr MUA Bottom ap1 family Suriday Mrs RobrJiHatchett and little daughter Lillian Spring field are visiting her son Mr NM Batcbett of this place + Two Tablettsanti i Stomach Misery Gone Haydon Willett seljs and guar tiey1 the best prescription the worM has ever known for disturbed and up gaBbtilchlngbeavlnessheartburnactd ness II Is called MIONA remember the name it banishes distress Itom over eating or fermentation of food in five minutes It i guaranteed by Haydon Will ett to cure Indlgestlon sickhead ache nervousness and dizziness or money back No matter how long you have sun er ea you will find a certain certain cure in MIONA stomach tablets About six weeks ago I purchased a bexof MIONA tablets for an ag gravated form of stomach trouble I had been troubled for four or five years had tried different physicians and a great many patent remidiesr MJONA entirely relieved me from path and I can now eat most any kind of food and relish itIIA irFish We tCarthage N y MIONA stomach tablets are only 50 cents a large box at Haydon Willetts andidrugglst everywhere Fenwick Mrs Lizzie Anderson and daughters Marriah and Rosa spent Friday with Mrs Nannie Fenwick and family Misses Ethel and VernBogers were the guests of their isterj Mrs Rose Fenwck Wednesday night 4 Miss Leona Graves and little sister and brother spent Friday 23 TO 28 New Ocleas- 2 50 Mobile 1970 ROUND TRIP FROM with their isteri Mrs James Lanham Miss Boxie Cissell spe tSun day with her sister Mrs Olar ericeGrayesv Mr Sam Shewmaljer was at WiUisburgon ns hess Monday Mr Jim Janes bad the misfor tune to loose a fine mare last week MrX D Baikerj is very ill at thls writing Ete had astroke of Paralysis Fjiday eyening and speakeverj5inc of his recoyejry Mr FranljiLogsdon entertain ed a number jot his friends Wed nesday nightj in a very charming manner Mrs Bprtha Walston Of SprinKfiejid j 3 with her father rsJ D Barker who is very ill Mrs Teresa Graves and daugh ter Mrs Clarence Graves visited Mrs Prjidie Janes Thursday 5ebornledrise It was Very having burned their dear little babe before they could any way extinguish the flames Everyone in the surroundine neighbor hood extended theirheartfelt sympathy to the bereaved lather and mbther Sharpsville MrEditor This being my first letter to the NewsLeader I wish to hank you for the privilege ex tenSed and I wilL try tQ write each week lively notes ofinterest fromvthe North Feeling grate ful that my items will be pub lished through the columns of such a brilliantand accomplished journal as the NjewsLeacTer My good wishes are extended to the able editor and its many readers Those from Sharps ville who sold their tobacco on the Spring field market Friday were 0 B Graham Frank Crouch Willie Bryan and Chas Cornish Mr J W Cornish has gone to Lexington this week on a pros pecting trip Miss izziMa Graham who has been attending school at Springfield is spending a few days with her parents Mr and Mm T D Graham Jiin Ft Bownana W E Rob inson attended the F AM banquet at tiugansville Thurs hay night Mr and Mrs Earnest Poulter ofBloomfield visited relatives here Sa urdayandSDndDYI Mr Lewis Richard of Spring field1 IIadea flying trip to this place Saturday The chief gossip among the I ca Day and Night to New Orleans I I LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD I I 11 Liberal Stopover Limit on TlcketsMarcli 11 11 MONDAY Mardi GarsFEBRUARY Pensacola 1945 SPRlNGFIELEy TUESDAY February 28 Pafade o- fREX 1000 a m and ComtEPade at nign sjEP1NG CAR BARE 4OO EACH WAY I QAPROXIMATE3pTQST OF TRIP th FAI d 4ijsboard to which add thtboe rsu4d PullmaU1tites For e Ping1 itaiTrtttcn apply to any peenIstiVe ItuisT1e Nasbvl1e Railroad I L1e on Sale Daily Februaiy 21 to27lhclusivj- aj i A 2 farmers througtitont this secttaa iisllow prices aid the high cotof living Why Mr farmer you 8bonld not be complaining haven t you had a air chance to control the priceson your farm products Now It is true the day has come when you realize these1 facts and feellthe effects of the low prices Why stand ye here idle lend y ur assistance to the proposition that is before every intelligent farmer and never give up and j cryout low prices wbenvoDt have within your hands the opportunity tot assist in ruling fiie prices on your farm products Messrs Jim F Bowen apd Vilas GralJa iwere among friends at Sinai Friday night A reporter was interviewing Thos A Edison And you sir he aidthe inventor made the first 1atkin machine No Mr Edibon replied The first one was made long before my time- Out of a rib Rev Dave Jones filled the pulpit at Antioch Saturday night and J3rind 1Iiro Jones is a man of eloquence and is7 widely knownas a propouader of the gospei He wilt ofiuely be called by the church t6Jpastorate for theensuing year Doping my letet to appear in Itjthe colums of thej NewsLeader this weeki remain fJt Bill Brains fIA Joke Out of Season Ihop s Elcbihhig il happen ter nuy er my white fplks ez what hap pened last ClirlstaRfli wuz a year ago said Brother Dicker wen some fool fellers played a Jokt on de pi major Played a Joke on hmT Yes sell an bit jsvuz a Joke wid no conscience in It topi Dey sbnt him a whole ilratl heavy an wid de right 4esInkNow sez dQmnjorwe wont tap dat barl twel Chrlsmus tnawnln an den darll ba dram t everbody datll come git It Hltsde bes an blgges Chrisinus esenEiat eVer come me In my life Well sub what you ter reckon Wondatr barl wuz tapped It didnt have nuttjn tall In it but dry water I It wuz u Ajperl fool Joke at de wrong seas6nerdo year What did the major say He didnt say much sub he des looked his eellns Den ho went out in 10 barn ter dee et dar wuz a good place dar whar hcjicould lynch hlssef private but nobody would lend him a rope Atlanta Constitution Fairly Good Size uI heard that yjqur rIch uncle gave you a good sued check for Chrlstntos says the man With the sharp nose and the interrogative ejrjes Yesi answers Ijthe man with the square chin and tiC gladl suite suppose as rich a man as he Icould Bendyo apretty b g heck Yes ThtovCli a good sized one rorafatf tjqi 4 If Its u air question bow big ua IU fThree Inches wide by eight IncheS long He has tnta engraved for him self specially you jinow Judge t A Sad Lot When charged wlth being drunk and disorderly and asked what he had to say for himself the prisoner gazed pen slvely at the magistrate smoothed down a remnant of gray hair and saldf Your honor mans Inhumanity to man makes countless thousands mourn Im not as debase as Swift as profli gate as Byron as dissipated as Poe a debauched as That will dor thundered the magistrate Ten dnpl And officer take a list of those nihies and run em In ILondonMn1LI Good Practice Yes slrP saldla garrulous barbe- rI was a shfps barber on a Pacific steamship for years and was wrecked and cast away on an Island In the south seas Jt lived there for two years and neyer saw a auman be- Ing but when i Jwas rescued I flatter myself I was a Better sbampooer than ever I kept inpractlce all the time How did yquj manage itT asked the patron shampooed the cocoanuts Loa don tritBlts rCANTOR IIA Jer Imfciu H Ckilire Tin Kind YnI iiti Ahfits ImcK 3ethEifMtwrrof b POints MtLrs If Its a chaise to give a dog a tainame how much deplorable to it to thus brand a little child says a recent correspondent Yet some par ents proceed to do this very thIng with the utmost unconcern They give their little child the worst heritage that tbey have in their power to bardea him with the consciousness that he iti not a good boy and hence tkat good ness can hardly be expected of him Perhaps the first thing tHtU1man pr woman baa to leArn Sag theIIf a man believes biaualt a fallur success would be a miracle or aa sad dent And IVs pretty ranch ftw aaaeway with behavior UncoBacIo aly we mod el our behavior after the type ol per son that we Imagine oorselves to be But all these things are platltaiba which every parent knows Yetknow Ing thera bow otto does be proceed to give his little child that woert of an gifts a willingness to think evil ef himself Perhaps one reason why this to ao la the almost general fallare of grown people to realUe bow early In life 1m preMjons are made It must befe meobered that before a cbiid can talk Coherently be can understand or at framtonvprot time and time again by Inc cbance emarkn a baby makes which undentoodiomethlnJ And yet how often his parents take bbs out nnd apologize for his behavior or Imply by their conversation that he lSa terrorlSWell there will be no peace for us now that Johnny Is up from his nap says Johnnys mother In the presence of her small son Fur be It from Johnny to disappoint the expectations of hIS maternal vale tive This Is only a sample of the sort of te4l7iaaIts a very great pity Give the cmfld at least a fair chance and 4et beaM him at the start with a lad name Fancy Work Fer Children The children often coma to you ask for something tp do something to make for a childs Ideas are always creative Here IS some rainy day werk for busy fingers A wall match holder can be made 09 a foundation of cardboard cut out te a diamond the upper portion of which to much larger than the llower Told thc two lower ends upward ae as to forte a pocket and cover the whole with silk orany bright colored fabric Then bind with heavy cord and attach a rug to hang it up by A hanging pincushion to also easily made Cut out two pieces about Jive or six inches square from bristol board and cover one with figured material and one with plain Sew tHem together and then ben4the 4uaro thus formed intO a cornucopia shape with the plah side as the lin lug Bind with cord and leave a loop tb bang b7F11J with abeorbent cet ton or with bran alt the way to the top and sew silk tightly over IIt Cot ton is better as bran to rather heavy bjIbuttonholed to cardboard or cartridge paper and then several other circles- chamois a bit nnalJ rFastea all together with 81Ivge ornamental but ton Even the smallest child can stake this A simple footstool should be made of a strong wooden box w1thbe lid nailed firmly down Screw oa small caster and pad the top of the box Cover with coarse canvas Now cut out a piece of brocade In the shape of a cross aDd large enough to cover the tops and sides of the box after pad ding Nail this down and Snub off the edges by furniture limp held down by tiny brass taco This is soisthing for the boys to make nrgn veunairig Names Writing In his Paris pap on the growing custom on the part of parents to give their children nigh sounding names Clemenjt Vautel eaya When the boy Is old enough to understand he rebels at being compelled to carry through life a name like Anacreo or Hipparchns But he has company I know a deputy whose parents named him Franklin The name in Itself to not so bad but be has two brothers Voltaire and Socrates respectively Fancy this scene In the nursery Franklin howling because Voltaire has broken lila toy while Socrates laughs at both The mother as peacemaker shouts Stop Socrates or youll be punished r In a natrOw street In Mar scllles one broiling hot day I saw a woman spanking child shouting la anger Top naughty Epa I0B4I1 Ill teach you Eparalaondear I coald mev er think of the Thebes ceaaral after that wKhOTt Uxklag 6TH ANNiJALrr 4 HORSEii j I WEWILLONS Y Saturday February II AT 10 OCLOCK AM j I rIt I A htAiR GJ Boblitts Main Street toi lv Mfr ie a Stable In SpringfieMi3 Ky sell fi i 100 Head Horses and MoltlWes re looking forward to our greatest horse sale ever held in Springfield so people you who have horsesor mule fdrj alec n not afford to not get your stock ready for this sale There will also be several local buyers for all kinds of work stock WA hatte at iir rfJover 5O head guaranteed for this g arSale of which there are soiegood ones namely reo fS T i a 1 One good 6yearold sorrel horse good in all kinoVof hrtnestand t i000bay4y roW walkingthorse 1 black mare 6yean oWin foal tLMO1ItPSM4- good a t one 1 pair black fourVyear old horses well broke will be offertxl I Ii tofthr 1 by mar one or the best family mares in the county vaml Wo ihiJ 1aiy thinf soundand many other good onqi also some good J1 workmUlelI I pj J Fany information i in regard c this sale call ou 4 l I ff iR C BOBLITT4 J J r or S M OAyMlllc kSV P f iJ tit HUMOROUS QUIPS p The Maid of All Work pareTake J tartLetTill the ftre bas Warmed Its breast Hear Metell yo ere you go Do not oltmy victuals aol By the rib you couldnot try By the cat that on the sly i Left his tuRk Inside the dish And departed with the flab By these remnants ot thoroe Babe ybu are far too slow By the beet I couldnot taste Burned to cinders such a waste Un5eTellingBy the pastrys leaden dough You will drive me mad I knows l By the dishes and the plates By the rusty dusty grates By the broken pans and pots For you know youve broken lots By the cash for these you owe H be you aro quite do tropl Maid tall work when youre cnuponhallCan I cook these mutton chops Can I sweep and clean up Nol Hebe you must never col K Truth Whir Ho Madrf It 7 MUCO0 BinlcsT1 saia Wobbles Ihear youre been in tbe chicken btil nessIYcpMwld BtIik8LMade anything out ofltr kp Wobbles Yep said finks Ten thbusaad dollars x Ten thoand dollarsllr the chicken business demanded Wobbles 1IlarpeiTWt9 A Doomeranj 1aRedA farmer I met tqday just banged ine there with his carpetbag replied the other It must nave been a pretty hard carpetbagSYes it had a gold brick in it that sold him yeeterclayCatholic Stand arc and Times Their Mistake I rather like the motif of that rfc tnresaid Mrs Oldcastle after 4w had carefully inspected the new wdrk of art 4Tes flo do I replied her hostess as they mere passing from theo galle y only both JIM and Josinb thought le artist meant It for a cow Chicago RecordHerald r CuUoitai rtJones jwiio has brought home a friend to spend then nigt1o you hlIpItMrs Jone4owyou owI donA want that athropmupsetllt possiWle Why not ask him if hp rpally neei one Brooklyn agle ifjiAccomplishments Dernandtcf DQ yp i thInk a diplomat shouldt know the language of tho cu tty Jo which ho Is assigned rIperfeethard to grasp hIs esactf meaning as IIf he were unfamiliar with IItWash ington Star A Flattering Attendance IuuDderstapd th boys prepared a craokcrjack ora reception torfi Alfalfa tWSt tT bet they did Z1Iereiivu3sevenS when1wewarnjt but elevcnrClev Dealer Plaizij HIgh Finance J 4YvEtbr4tkenwho Ihea In the suburbs GrlggsYes they raIida the commutation rates on rae nndX Ait transferred to a town srII rue Modern Drama Yes Indeed b1 jwtftlngo the celebrltjv hisr career Iinsbeen- nlo3t il dramatic I DenrmOt1uttc t1Wt1r Noth lug SOlS Udtt URn tliatr Chlcaisroj evning Post Dctf rly irita it Mat hasnt papu HPud ntImoney tb be jilile ttt retlr from 6iwl r nPfUUi Yes Ion tbnt IJvby bu dOeIIi re- UreCiicau 4Where Ignorance Trlunev Is Wn I iIilHe married the girl liqijf t satv Xot much he paver knw tt ijyJi the same glrJI1t1dge The ltmlti 4Mrs WoggsWhat is I the klbse- compliment u nina can pay a OMMJ Mri WoggsrfWlien a aa 8Q tIf the Is on the committee attbatcbae e Ill go rJPucjc Itt A falffef c He psked old Gotrexfarh 4a- Isii band i that diLl he getr Oorrdx6 fCM3tSt Levii gw0 JCnursx- r ti itScJ fITh wcs f Jah6eYes and bq tt nat mans rheekis ItlsN York Jooinalj J I4trsliydyou ith1mithabust es jjHow dJ threseemeaasi ime4r fiver aaitIIt M i jr7IJ J t SretdItavstida Hkr- Wlen ft- caij rtor iptie ttong heavy hair I aivasge it firm bralds itiI all erpor nurse 5SvuStenlng twI1oug aet rjsastrips of cloth ajhe ejhaalud It cIoseIi1 ag5curing the ztripsci1Y1Dthl s auttR hJSis sesoe aiM untangIsd1onIyJg to cared for ouceVM several days ana ctag the sick onefthe least pesflsl- noance d i iSj Iou A 44i ra4s J on Jifai ItiteaCh tJ makes aethe 4he iMtAoga clears theco1ex1 a4 make tY88 brlgt adparkg CSA FIERCE AKATHEMA j Irho pw a Wsmi kHSSt 4eani 11t f Metl6ilspot en Det yeaiUporthkmade tb folloIng conesc New K rJt WM p aabesyy a TPtlJaeer 111 Lie r4lrIwlfe4eea threagli fs M7 oar b 4a4itir beotc tr he ebatng sr- corny sod nt shvMi sr iyear ra or jlult jrofcr hair JceWr lie Q M M postaqbey w iiitht 7r asars rI1wesag warS Isy CIr e Ati your MMtr imokr waEer MhrltetHtt aIilyfujr desire f f mftHtfr refty yen enwl tbveeh ett a meek miser abs nes toner 6Qet1tu rt 101W ruined baeaakr rr 6 TI BOSTON tTDr T JUJMC1iE 1 PAINf a SPiNGP1JLD xr UaiWrk Strictly t Fintac1aas irrDR a C MURD t rlvJAi U4 Ia11MI rt f llt la 1t2 PMr ON Oftt Ma 1 Drg4or- 1 II LaIrIpt tftf M D 0 J j atI Ik4 a1HIC wpJQJJIGSBY ATO4EYATu LAW I fri Yj r4 II W WYATT JkCro nt j I rotlJn RstUO JaL a 4 tI 5 i y MAffS FfEIALiIIJOI Alt1ItEISFD EHIALMER irIEP1iONE rY19N1HT74 ma n OtWF TRUSTY rrdRrsTI tQlftUOTer Baffle k Jt1fOlr1cpKD iIIiror ri PINGyLD k KY bCrII r t aarNLIL Sdi1lUl1f rnifl I t PUowlltCia M tiie cb due 1i fee at th j3dstown- c 1IIc xaJlrWd f II lIAa Ix Uville at 440 m BKMOw frction pBU4Msfl c6 p rY j4pringMi W 85 1 JoIMT pig e1d at p AM B rd towm 645 a aa rdMtowa Jwidioa 780 am I JOT M Lcmkif llle 820 a in ktf 4S LeftTt LoaUvillo at 11LoBarowai Junction IlK ft a Bftrdato Q 1005 a m bf sTlYMi at SiririBf Held 1140 p m p 44 LeftTef Spriaf field ati ilfeffiBM 3ftr4etow 220 pm l it w Op srs tLpaiyI1I45 p m I i Selvei a P1 Mystery dIantto tiwiik y from tie bot A t ef my MartWreteC Btader 6i Xewlebarf Wv VaufMthe won derful kmhie freMAt 1 rot from Elec- trict tttfli hi cup mtot both a tr stTftfcaM a Uach trouble and fTMMMiJittem fream watci J had eia amAhiiJ tIpiml s Ierer for tU iwiWvlt eteltW mjr caN as tho ekmAe jjtlec1itett For dy ptj li iadlfe lfeeiJ4WMttce and to tiithe araWaa ot kMw jpojaions that caue rheumatbm Electric Bitters bu equaL Try Jbeevery bot tie t gyanuateed to athfy Only Sat Haydorn JBobertsonB flWth nh TOWN vu IttU HN Local oT Th Freshest mud iAI1AbutYMr1T FrlemUI I uti Acquaintance Gail 202 to get best meat of all kinds ji FOR SALE Ten 3year old mplcs W H Leacbmanff it8t8k at all times at eater V opposite Tapps Carpt t FOR SALETwo good Jersey eiilk cows SP Derringer FoR SALEr200 bushels of Orchard Grass seed at 160 per BradyIFOR SALEOne good brood mslre and 1 good work horse mule S L Campbell FOR SALE r5 brood sows dne tp farrow March WG Grandy WhiterKose b stfor bread Ben Johnson best for cake Politics haye disfavored Ben Johnonwhile quality makes itoar a fa variter FOR SALE Square plane Reason for selling is lack of room fort Apply at this office ii Go to Carpenters meat market to get good meat FOR SALE 400 bushels of nice Orchard Grass Seed at 160 per bushel Jail at once L A Burns Pure Pekin Duck eggs for sale at 50c per setting CARL NEIKIRK r r 44 FOR SALEA few fine M B turkeys Mrs R A Mclnt ire R 2 FOR SALE A large gnanity of Orchard Grass seed A B Walker Pure bred 8 C B Leghorn uockerels75c each- Stanley B hompson Springfield KYtT r 1 FERTILIZER The Fish and Potash brand made to grow to bacco We will have a car load March 1st Ccme and see us in timex JlcClure Mayes 1 have now at my stable in Springfield my first bunch of horses and mares work and family horses 20 per cent cheap er than last year BYON PARKS Rev W1H Williams will preach Sunday mprning onliRe bujlrling the Altars Baptisim after the morflrng services Every member is urged to be present SWEET CLOVER SEED sow in with wlietryeor in pastures in March with patsin April or harrow In by itself in April or May Seed5 measured bushel Bokhara Seed Co Falmoutb Ky FOR SALE 5 thoroughbred Bronze Turkey Gobblers as good as you can find anywhere Also Indian Runner duck eggs 5Qi cents a setting Also Buff Or pington pullets and cockerels J F KEJENE r r5 J 5 = JAU i CTIONfSAlE11 cAAc3- t Fri ay February 24 19111 Household Furniture Farming Im Ilf rr plemenU and Stock f LSii c BVRa at lcloclc Pm at my residence t LeIN jI fer foc aIe lIot of per 4- sItyi 1 osiii jf sdroo SUite Carpets a of Oiairs TXnmg Chairs Rugs Pictures i Case 2 Clocks Kitchen Utensils and numer If SS oilier articles A Radiant Hoie Heating SIM Office Desk and Williams Typewriter 1 STOCKA good fanily dririsvg mare in foal 1 tokdc ow TearKnc coLa thonmgkbred Berkshire j 1st f Iows eat fk and 1 I Os 3eahOpeE4gy I- MIteE1r and othecimplementsi it 2i ecltkiJt p 1 J54j g mare for ale MRSEL OAVJSON 2 k c44 411- ii JIVI1 MaipttMlns hitsrt LatestI the 1st the j 4 fl TflPIPx I i I 9f99999999 1999999 11 Tfeeti iiii 11tracted out PAIN or iIDANGER I SJ1wnenp l AbL WORK ilDone In this office Is firstclass 111 i 11vert 11 I WYSTALlAKDiDDSiSprlnifleW iL I IJ- S MI9Y IrIFI 11Ji A play entitled Single Lift tJ i will be given at the Optra Howsa Friday February 17 by local ttiaJent from Bardstown Prices 25 and 35 cents s The Washington County Board of Education met at the office of Supt J W Bush op llist Satur day Several matters pertainr iilJ gtq the aff Irs of the schools ort county were passed on by the BoardCMr Samuel Newton and Missl l Bridgett Deavors of the Holy Cross neighborhoodj surprised I their friends by driving tojj Springfield last Thursday and after securing marriage license were married Springfield Lodge No 50 F and A Mwill meet in stated communication at the hall in Springfield Ky on Monday night February 20 for work ip second degree All ire invited to be present Visitors always welcome Mrs M Eu Pope had the this fortune toreceive a fall at brhome on last Monday in which she sustained a broken hip Her condition is regarded as somewhat critical as she is con siderably advanced in years Miss Flora Keene has entered the Academy of Art in Cincinnati Ohio apd is taking draw lug from life and water color and china color from celebrated teachers Miss Flora hatready made quiteiai reputation an artist and her paintings have wonflrst prize at the neighboring fairas Wll as at the State lair She wiIltrn homO in lJJune Play At MackyffleK A play entitled Our Awful Aunt will be given by the pa pile of the MackviIleighSchool- Feb 22 at the school building There will also be a number of songs recitations and a debate Doors open at 680 p m and the entertainment will begin at 7 oclock Admission 15 cents All are cordially invited to at tend Great Hal Sale The greatest hog sale in the history of the county wil be the one hdil4attbe barn of R 8 JMayeSi Jr on Tuesday Feb 28 1911 Mr Mayes has been engaged in raising fine hogs for some years and has a splecdid lot of Duroc Jersey hogs which wlUbe offered lot sale on that day All his stock are registered The sale will be held under coverand will be largelyl attended I Seccessful Meeting Closed Rev Pat Davis cloed1on last Tuesday night at the Methodist church one ofithe most success ful meetings that have been held here for some time Dur lug the time of the Revival tneru were crowded bouses at both the afternoon and evening servi ces Rev Davis is a very attractive oeaker Rnd lis plain spoken on all subjects with Which he deals Mother Gets ChildtA case which attracted con siderable attention wastbe habeas corpus proceedings on the part of Glone Duncan agafnst bis wife Bessie Duncan to 6b Lain the custody of iiis infant child whp he alleged was being unlawfully detained from him Duncan and his wife married only a few years ago but owing to the fact that they could not igiree have separated Consid erable testimony was introduced as to the competency of each to have the custody of the child but at the conclusion oi the plaintiffs testimony a motion was made to award the mother the custodyof the child which was Sustained shpiti1 MetIA meetlug qf considerable im portuncf UxthB Aiming interests of the county WU held bee yesterday to discuss ways ana means of eradicating scabies in sheep M 0 Ranklu tow missioner of Agriculture Mr G N McGrew Mr Fred R Black burn and Dri Payne ottbe United Siaes Department of Agriculture were here and gave dUcusfiions of the matter The meeting was called gbv the Live- StOck Sanitary Bpftd of Ken tuck for the purpose b pjsenting to the sheep owaSrs the best means of combating the disease and discpssing saethods oy which it could be eradicated toot only in this but adjoining counties rrhe Disease JJs fast spreading In the SuttAd has been found in 50 counties so far which is an increase of 18 countie in the past 12 momihs The S te has beet quarantined by the Federal Government and ell couptiea of the State are quarantln which prohibits the movement of al- thsthi bt tat riiii Jsp cl ed and found free Thisjgiuaran tine will prevent shipment of lambs until Inspected and ac companied by certlficatea TB officers of the Live Stock Sani tary Board say that Washington is one dt the wOratinfect ed counties in the l3tatBad un less the disease may be stamped out the sheep industry wil be an improfitable occupation Many in the county baVja stop ped the handling of sheep by reason of this disease Sheep scabies yields readily to treatment but the work must be done in a careful and painsv taking manner If all farmers and sheep raisers will lend their support and work in coopera tloa with the Inspectors the dir seased sheep may be foi hd and proper treatment given dthe quarantine raised in the near future I11he meeting yesterday was weirattended but otso well as we wl bedMr pDnvall Live Stock Inspector JNelson county and Dr Horn ciy In spector of Marion untrJ attn ded t1em ting ff j Tobacco Market he market has held upstroog this week especially the llItter pajt Monday and Tatsdajr irerfi not so strong but the general run of prices is about as last week The Planters HOQSQ reports that the past week has b en the largest week oftbe season 200000 pounds were Jeolji here during the week The Springfield Hou reports the sale of ftbbut835000 pounds of tobacco at price about as last week i t The Washington H use re ports the sale of about 00000 Ibs of tobacco since last Wednes 4ayTbe market has been 7ery good but a little irregnlir the receipts have been steady al though not unusually argeand- the indications are that the present prices will be sustained duringi the balance of the season It will probably be bjqstfor growers to put their tobacco on the market in a way not tp cauSe a rush but sufficient to keep the factories going Bodine and Kays and J A Jenkins Sold for good priees one basket of the latter bringing 20 cents We give the following1 quota tions Dark Red Burley Trash gror mlxed 300 500 Trash sound 6 op 850 Common lugs 700 800 Good Lugs 900 1150 Com leaf short n 600 8 00 Coin leaf 800 950 Medium lleaf 1000 1100 Good leaf v 1160f 1500 Fine and selected i 13001 1850 Bright Bed Burley Trash gr or mixed 600 700 Trash sound 900 14 00 Common lugs 10000 12 50 Medium lugs 120Qli 1850 Good logsi1400 17 o Com leaf short 850 1000 Common XE4 llOOg 1200 Mediumi leaL 12004 1400 Good leaft 1450ia 1600 Fine and selected 1600215 Wanted Water Wells We hay ian up W date drilling machine jttad are prepared to drill watet wells from 50 it to 500Jt Correspondence solicited Address S G Longabpngb St Marys Ky OyFOR ASTORJA t j55 pIIl CNL Miss Marie Maloney hns re turned to her home iinJLouisvile- Miss Sallie Pdpeo Louisville was called here because of the accident to her mother fisa Fay Montgomery has thelSH Mw Grundv was in L uisyllle Sunday Misses Marie anil Louise Barber were in Louisville Sun J day Miss Mabel Price is the guest of her sister Mrs Rapier 11n Bardatown Miss Berths Haydon is the guest of friends in Louisville Mr anti Mrs S C McGill re- vIsitIng her father Mr Hagan at Fairfield fdr and Mrs Joe Clementsire turned from Lovisville Saturday evening Mr Robert Lanham of Marion c inty vlsitedfriends hereMonj day Mr J Irvine Wimsatt returned to Louisville Monday Hon John W Lewis was in Louisvjlle last weekIMr E Fr Grace and family have moved tt Nelson county where they will make their home Mr 3J McCabe was in Lori is Ville llast week MrROBochtt and son Neaie ndt Joe Bishop are in Louisville Dr G T Burton spent part ot this last weeklnJ1uisville Louisville Mrs TI W Simms and sister Miss Nancy Simms returned from TouisyIlIeSunday Miss Ella Shaunty was Iin Louisville Saturday Mrs Bertha Waiaton was caned borce because of the ill ness of her father Mr J P Barker Miss Annie McElroy bsre turned from a trip to Florida Mr Robert McElroy has re turned from Louisville Mr Roy Bateman of Camp b llsvliJe is here this week- Mr A Cunningham spent Sunday in Louisville Messre W T and Walter Leachman were in Lebanon Fri 4ay Mr and Mrs John F Simms entertained Mr and Mrs Joe Clementsat Dinner Monday f Mrs Chas Clements of Leb- anOn was in town Saturday Mr J T Averitt Chairman of the Democratic County Com mittee of Marion county was in town yestqrday I The Misses Wakefield of Maud were the guests of Miss Laura Shehan Monday Mrs Joe PettUs was in Leban on WednesdayMisses Wathen and Ed die sShader are attending the millinery openings in Louisville Cincinnati and Indianapolis f Miss Jennie Cpkendolpber of Chaplin is visiting her sister Mrs W F Grigsbf Dr H U Rodman of Shelby ville was here this week Mr J D Barker one of the best known citizens of the coun ty had a stroke of paralysis llast Friday and his recovery isvery doubtful Shirley Mr Jas H Shirley died fcl this bomepri Stockton California on Feb let 1911 Mr Shirley was a native pf Washington County Kentucky and spent his early life here until he removed to California about 20 years ago He was a son of Nelson Shirley and was abdut 55 years of age He mar ned Miss Tinie B ret1of this county and they had one son Mr Walter Shirley who still suryives and is a resident of Stockton Califurnia sDisplayo- f l Mens Spring Suitings en Wednesday and Thursday next February 22d and 28rd An expert will be at our store to take your measure Please favor us with your presence whether you wish to buy or not TlleI ertsCiybre C 5Incorporated fOLmJlfBttAIws SiNai Pr 1 I i CiESi1OT r fi I f I SkfrtIi JtJi t tt Childrwi f IwinterstrIesI 250 1 i I Special Prices on Ladies Muslin Underwear ftor H3 D ys One lotMensHatsatHaIfPrkegoo- cigyiNeWallPaperCarptsRusJacgM It I I i t and Window Shades Special low pricij f11 Ta 1 on Lace Curtains I I New Ginghams Lacesernd EmbroJAtfes f rtI I lot of Tobacco Canvas at lowest price J I I I IBigHE ROBERTSONCLftYBROOKE GO J INCORPORATED J IIiH 1r syGi WHISTLER WAS INDIGNANT The Idea of iuyjng Hit Picture and Then Demanding PetMttlan A certain eminent English lady teproud possessor ota title of fairly klfk degree who admired Whistlers fMh lus to the extent of pnrchaslflg one et his plcturea never was able to obUlm possession of her property One day she drove to the studio in her victoria Mr Whistler went to greet her Mr Whistler she said two years ago I bought pne of your plcthres5a beautiful thlng and I hays never beea able to banglIt on my walls It baa4 been loaned to One exhibition or an other NOWJ today I have my carrIage with me and i would like to take it home with me I am told It Is la your possession lDear lady returned WMatler yos ojsk the Impossible I will send it to you when 1 have it again but It Slatt bereLYou haye been misinformed And so forth and so forth to the same effect andthe lady drove off without her picture After she bad departed Whistler commenced to poke around his studio and to the great astonlshmeat ofafriend who bad been an Inyolnatary listener to the above convemtlcwi he brought forth a canvas Here it Is ne said She was rtcht about one thloglt ISjeaQtlfai AM it was beautiful But the impudence of these people he continued Vfajo think that becaoM peniptheyly secures them the privilege of kay ing tbem In their houses tad then The pictures are mlaer A A M dloal ShtHeok HImM A physician was knocked down and robbed while on his way to see a pa tlent His pockets were rifled ajM one of the artkl stolen wasaclim teal thermometer with which be He earlier in the eivnlng taken the tea perature ofa patient He nasa bered the temperature registered asd also that be had not shaken down the mercury before putting the thamom eter in his pocket Ho cotemualcatea these facts to the potiqe Sole UBW afterward a thermometer trectoteriBg the Identical teipperature was discov ered in a pawnshop and the police were enabled thereby to track the doe tors assailants imdto arrest thea Jhe Wicked Majority A new gardener had ben esapyei on a Long Island estate This was raking leaves off the lawn ope fall day when a neighbor pawing by in quired of him Wherea the garieMr who used to work hereT Dead sjlr was the tCPfYt Deadr said the astonished mef bor Then musing he jjdded JOS4 the great majority eb Oh sir the gardener Interrupted la a shocked voice wouldnt like to ray that He was a good enough rasa s far ds I knot HooP For ChlWrwi v The opinion la exprpssed by awboh- ave made a study of exercise for health that It to a pity thsklpplat rope Sad hoop have gone out ot fash ion for children It is suggested they are mere excel lent mediums for the physical ievel opment than bicycles and roller skates The fact that small children are al lowed to have bicycles and epMe fluently make no use of toMtmrei meaaa of progression lb offered a an ebjec tlon to them The sUpping rope and keep reqslre them to run and walk Yom ekflfree should be encouraged to do thk M much as a1btiallll always with a springy step They seed to we thefr feet and legs aM exerctoe that httepi these Into play is beawickk j In thai Nwraary Sables about a year o4 take a crest 1cronQctoys hear with soft string te the Tielef chair aad they will be Matty iepleeal without any effect s lbs ma thats ac nurses part ST 0 L rC LLUPB1r+t II Vj ti j IToordryoqrwazntII J t ji tiI Every Day and qua I shopisalwayschn J i PiBS J Cakes aJIIFresh t hIhIf l and CandlEs Fresh rw m j I Give us a call 2 ITZGERALDHERTLI J TAKING ADVANTAGE- MJGNOUMDE CtlyBnljr Pits i Jib iw Lloyd 0 Griscomi chakmaa ef the New York R publicaa tfoaaty cemmlt tee said in toe course ofu laterrMw 04But BBch a course as that amiate wOuld be iaklg tao evIdent at a4raB tago of icnorance It would heahew lug up Ignoraace like the watermc earl rnaueh7 OA w4ttriaf cart mam wue eVtrlja SlOwly em a hot day Utec1l a fffJ street when an jol J4chatr the epjn try shoBte te html Hey mleter yer earf JieakfaCf The watering cart aujIaseidck- t ttW streams afgrUar Tigateaaly from a score of boles Sa thei rear ef hl zt H M14 blandly iThafs all right boN Thafa te keep the kite froaj jdttia1 fen Jbehlil yekiiow The Permara l MThe author et ieIaa4U WWiam Dun Bowels at a twaer exaraaaaa the thoughts of kim time Be aatai out those tblaaja that Wi feaMMete WHIlacfeaifl tb thevffht of all JIm Per M I- Ja VW eV l vTelame et Pta4a to akjfeim abrewd fan Wheh the ysIs mt WIll retmnet I suM rijreU hew Hi yes Mke Ha4ef sat rater the farmer tinwnnL aee V jet Mme ef my Me4CWea oPeejt m eq MMad CiheGrsbrM t5sis at- sJa a MrisbN tMNtw be are fit teenrfleeM 1 apeaaH e pfMm aadeak IHM MeMtC lie IfMr e peo uittea iati MM jt es Si IIt 1rftiTt 4 iiMir Wt t n1cIIiiII o1Wf j U Vliie WV the Osatht netI will De Mtt4vtii sej uj N jomly touk tH lavtJ i i tkrOgb oerrJiraiL 11fUrwilli 11J r t not ieel tbftfttoftr 110 f loapr thai eigfct MQ Throwfk a ipeV v ii Lfj II coaao with rpsp i i apdeeSWCMIct lar rItes Isf tb OcmrUr Jesasjsi t TiM rjMrmkH prieeel AejDe Qol CotIriHJcMa11llll 10aoftkfa 600 a W e l JM The NrvwLaMdw pr piaifca Ibe My Oomrit I H fper BK a4bs fctt QR t 1emUs4er OMJ N11a1 O rMroJolt sbt i fu l i iTlMsosr is ifDoIJJ JIiidI ot etPtse+ 4 ii t ttJ T TM JWt ia UM r ua wNtt j ihkhM- q ai Qrr pI b 1is p se le Iii w jo tTo f f A14LjiSIjiwlit- tcJ lU2 I Of kefbrt Starch 16 1911 Adto w Jwv 77 Tii iujrTi THE N1iWSLEDER I B r I t FbBfrd- w Ot Fortune a Iif b k R Jet r c ftty fair uta I ffl iwlM he a sn tkan wfji b MUf and m UlEii1i J aa wu Ute wis oinLi IMt t that ao exitor- nw vs aDIbb iM taitnt r a laI8beJtoWeI aad i coML I h ftC1tiMati to es 1 t wstock eTf 7W b bi- M UtI fsthsrz glMrtIO fact that Dorinda Ws Mitv 4 an the tot ptI1e i to koue J carts did BoY wrpcki B ajaraia DdatcJb kMt Z1eotbliaC u uJiJct f exI 3 1 r awl tMt tils b4 ftot lup fi f ira enja aitos Halt wda Weid wsawit a taIr Aatetj Her eys were blue likes Iw It IMHL utl tl BftJ had Io i J 4 j rtoda fcwii WiVrhfof iHif MT r dared idtfrcM berbtrad c rut eMsuMBptacM There hadII rbssa Wt OM thought bcblnd his t te ukc t toanrkta Of the imUmla ry k4ta Tt tliwckt tknewt r sdd to aak htr oBtrltktlo marry JOI day vk his ba koor1t11 mow nt4aD4 when fcta u rsff p esssd to nddM at her approach aeI kad 1en pefeed tauv ee41i ol7 tally Lmmmt kI laJ Mk t Xwbida r jitklrtytwo aod atto was forty Their parents dead tbttr lands adjoined and two botuM each one sniaU and tiW ute X6ttiedi W tHtanM ud thUS become I CCMatGltabil farbo4eI This t Beo 1 T f ta5wi s lip ot Jte teiRg a pietaitIM0Rt t1b1t aM fthily- jjt dYplayctbenwMrs h1 s Ke S and lie arrlTAdJiMt Ja time tqI pot Iada reid AtoaMlr troklay tke etOM of hto itM yed HolstelM to afar be waMr Wtosfjillyr bto Mart TOM nftamtlywMea she JI d qoJto miaobMr aat of the J 1 xbiMta U jJia tIN opa spaces where vetot tisay lHcriptloa wItto eoafMto asald the cry of side scttlIitrn 60 IaIII t f orir tIN gypsy caravan Here jj fayljr fMtooMd tent a gypsy cron i UUinr fortH v r wtteiMar she balled him lIwlllMVlihej s tjii tj back tbt teat flap invitingly and I iiIctJM spell of some Mtld D im i M BeajAMto Dibble edMdjaad jIiit dowa oa a small three legged stool 3tgypty knelt before him and held r riit OM Nwa Jwd gay wlUt silver p ItJl ide ykfliiTiifi jlj Mr tiUbtie tktracted a 4rr quarter from his pocket and liil JMr em a iii YTii ho iitili aMiiI iIi M tjiHrgraSP 8bt iMJBtJMr dark dlsbeyeled head J Ig mt ba liaed ayfae for sir eral oMthIacrfln1zed lito good toktar fxctwilileircfng eyes You fore sbjtJtald softly yet you li M trovbltd I see a fabr woman the i 5a1ove A dark t H cofleabeIwoe a Yoawill and ia pptu d at4i4abir T aitr Still retaining ezS IiIiI bii4a MiP5s moo to drop over f b tafcar rifMd berthead bentovef JfcsfbaBd jjjfalajib spoke bat her were mumbied yet Benjammt ti4tr tar eaifkt every syllable fA swfJrvMJetineaUp theaun Tw shall be made aa 1 A peabIM wltbbut a nest PIUl4ettMiw1 taT to rut 1 Tcbt gypsy lifted her head and glanc iisbarply aflflm V lflnt tWeT demanded Benjamin 4 ii4yItSktU tpward the door where a little td b 4 gathered waitlngr for an aiiMiacg Jt1I lU9ugh lie rest you ton0 it la written she said rjiJNatoiiilKUarust another1 quarter into JWfj wUflaf hand and busbed 4izzIIJ irevgb the cIQ4hts heart beating JSSSpuiliT The doggerel verse was Tt1tiaiiM il ktr memory He could ofp at It backward forward t Zto f4t in idmpst any form The grfwacB to tbt houaes to be made as f 4s was af a Direct prbphecy from beare itself u Aff for the jjriysterlous ldta btrd without a uestBenjS eeetiIMi fllHwelf perplexed Llttfe RlTtr ii tta goIdoH blidsof aajr Tsrtettot from tbe Buff Cochins t el ute fHtiy yaSi f6 Ute yellow ham j airs aM jMMacbea of the woods J jMd tbt aAiithfecages Butt f f i t L f 4 JIM 1JI1SI J rLmUt JI t to b vaaeS-i SSlL5tt c f d1itt a rtf iriis eneb st one M emboldened by this certainty that d NMt lIa9sa f would jb foMHedi ft iw t iLk nike41autW teftpidnW e4 e JjpftL MktViwbp1 was ie 1MJi fmtwttwif M+ itrokH tMneigt l TheWelss tter tltiiiEl we- stesfkapifiaIu5ft JM has eas- yatrto Inor1nkjtrtake ot cream and cake When one was eatin ict cream itjfa not necessary talk Bwch anti after the Iice cream might invite her to other amuse eats in the grounds There were a loontfcelbopl and merrygoround ar t ii Jam Dibble t8tood tst9 stUJ hilefill exuberance of spirit dlssohed ke mist la the distance he sw Dorinda cliIlni1h g lather MhJbl gown but- emotet as ever from lila iapproiach for she waa talking earnegtly tptall dark man a dangerously handsome baiter andto ether they were bend lajrover Jioma objecton a table between them Then lll was that jnmhiDtbble imbrg the gypsys prophecy bt a dark nnv1u1lcome between oIn4aandlixn ADd here was tbe ark man r This prbpfiecy was fulfill lag wlthouj delayi eJah4 tm edwaway anCWed to Satisfy tho paBgs of disappointed lovet wIth hot frankfurters steamed lams ta coffee Pe drapk ginger ale and pink tlemonade to w shtdown huge ts of plo and sugary doughnuts Xt spent rnepey lavishly buying everything that was offered He pur cfcwed ihakces pn jili sorts of dp known articles and afterward found ltit Jfafr embarrassed ppssesspr of a pair of curling Jrpns a ladys work bask t and a wax H bndle4 these treasures away la tke back fbls buggy with a certain hope that they might prove useful sOme day He stopped in the aM afid stroked the noseS othlscat Jj tle as Dorinda had done and derived certain foolish satisfaction in the jKttott H fvas atthat pomexitBenJa- ate received Inspjrationr t Back in tho mdn bulfdlng Benjamin once more threaded the crowd In search of Dorinda Although she Was still talking to the dark man Benjamla pressed forward 1Ht1J h sfQ m9 t titii rlgfe saw him and sinIledtremuIousIy her delicate face hushing a apfit rosej tttL I 1f 1 lE1V1J1rou gtV1IJeYO advlcetBenj ijgmbir she asked gently Thls gentleman U sellliig 4weather yaHest 0i- rant onej for the jbara Our ofd oneji was blown off7 you Jn wSbaJlIIchoose a flshor an arrow The delicious sensfe of intimacy con eyed by this question cannot be described Benjamin Dibble threw oft his old jnanUeipji timldlty forever and stepped boldly forward beside Dorbi da f i Seems to me nothing looks so mu like weathptyanejas a crowing hID fmdLHnve you got else asked Benjamin of the dark man From the bor of samples th I man brought fortb scrcnt iweatbercock pf dlffereutf 8fcesj Eac one was palntedra dazzling gold with crimson comb and wattles He held forth the largest one whirling It about the pivot as te did so This Is the handsomest one Ive ko- tirI4lme ttae uiCorder for that1Oi 00fdeUcrrln fen days Youd Uke to wake up In the morning and see that weathercock on the cti poa of yourbarn ehji He nmlled In fSrrat tlngly Benjamin Dibble was staring Intent ly dt the gilded cock a queer expres sion dawning in his e es A ccrtalnr lime a4rtfanfng through fJilishend 5 A feoWen bird wltHoutc a tiest 4ajijjeathe feary heart jto Test Dorinda sold Benjamin In a ring ce ryoWJtkerthat we r coc TW tQYes5 indeedJI agreed Dorlnda gra clouslyf Well take one of those ordered Benjamin Dibble authoritatively Yo- ucnnmn1ieout the bUt tto Mr ahiMrs Benjamin Dltyble DorthdatthOs al right you lnow were going to move tletwo houses lIP on the hill and makeoneaiidere going to bnlld a new barn with a cupola and put this golden bird on It Why why BenJnmn rve thoghts- orntt1mesthat wasJll ioy lyilniipnly how do you know It will happen Dorindas eyes were Tory brlghtiwlth sudden happiness I had my fortune told and the gypsy said all those things When I take you home In lay buggy tonight Ill tell you about the golden bird and how all this has come true Just as the woman said explained Benjamin talking foster and more el eloquently thnnhe had ever donein his life Its all perfectly wonderful murmured Dorinda on that homeward ride after Benjamin had related the gypsys propbecyuI knew you ilk dine Ben but It seemed somehow as If yond never get up courage to nsk me Its meaUjatTve been an awful fool I guess murmured Benjamin his ami protect ingly aboufher slim waIst his eyes on the round globe of the full moon Sly lifes been like traveling over level ground year after year till I never ex Peeted aything etSe and then watng nnd falling right over lInto JHe paused and groped for the1 right slmfle- tIBtowhl1t Benjamin whispered Dortado He looked down lihto her soft bln eyes ahdbendlngsover kissed her lip Into heavulpesstt he murmured r iiiiIJ aiwe ies Needed t s ainos would i4 iiJ L den eary Mva f In te 2f re ITIat otMm 11 1I ftMk dra Net ItelHel ilrftw iI WM DiHey- J a tf lW ve H otyyrswitksadkeeato1lvi Per l p w mi UyerCot Pate tai HM Sttaitrii iter S M t1 I1 Io4ieais Dirhsa asd ether iasestjag- g41 rjrj aJf l a a Y iI ratowM ill II y Hale Dr 1ioiI r ted to I fLESORELS HATS Is Drench Actress Who May Marry Lord Rosebery VELVET viva BT MILE BOBELI Mile Sprel Is one of the best known women In Paris Not alone 4s she one of the famous actresses of Jbe French stage but she has the distinction of beIng one of the most beautifully owned women of her day In fact Itt certain costumes she strongly 18 gambles the grand dame of the ancient regime Thd hats pictured are ones Mile Sorel Is now wearing in the City of Light Lord Rosebery It Is said is peeking the hand of tns accomplished Frenchwoman In mnrrlagb As the three ambitions otf his life marrying the richest heiress In England being prime minster and winning the Derby have al1 been accomplished it Is not unlikely that M lie Sorer may become the second wife of this noted statPs man t tta J r veryD y The satin blbuscLbas taken the place occupied by the lingerie shirt waist of several seasons ago The prevailing stylQ of making these blouses on peasant lines without boning gives every woman at chiinco to supply herself with several at moderate cost The satin blOuse should always have a muslin or pongee lining to prevent FIOUBED SATIN the moisture of the skin from coming in contact with the outer fabric This lining should be cut exactly like the outer one and tacked In place at the armholes There Is no waist belt ex dept on tile outside made by a band of satin ribbon the color of the Blouse This Is stitched on one side on theI fastening for a quarter ot an Inch and its two embj are then brought round the waistband fastened with a book and eyejii front Below the waist the liningand the satin are something on- theordero a mans shIn without fullness and ppened at the sides ThisI prevents the danger of the blouse tug UP above the skirt The blouse In tbe cut is one of the newest models for sprln Healthful Laughter The habit of laughter Is oDe well worth acquiring Not the habit of itllly smirking or meaningless giggling Over nothing but the well developed sense of fun and humor that renders it easy to find amusement In situations and circumstances that otherwise might be mournful or at least trying andlenlaivlaughter Such habit Is not always easy to acquire especially when the natural toRte and temperament He In other di mice established It more 1IrCtJonRlu the effort of attainment laugher uwtmliyc blessed eitlonIupon generally and not only enriches but jirolonpj life torI sundry Icas fortunate fellows Who hms no knoT u mm or woman whose I beartyJovia or silvery laughter made Ipt the wcrld seem better The good jlqu Uen othfef thIngs being equal may fie frlend4 aown as j good citizeir and a v LackingTfteIm a sick dfimedlclnejbutI j Ii trbUblejrerJlviore lypttla Ilave yer got a meal hnndy IcvclnndLeadpr Vv v Tarns Pame i youhaveot the rights time nnd do the right thing In the rishL waynud tljen ad vertise itpropetIyPuck tt iEmuk r Tommy Pop what Js ennui Tom n skPop JnnuU tn18onlIs disease that attacks thipeopje who are tajrythn they get ttired of resting PblUJdelphJaReeonL Reatb epwjtpJb thee everywhere bo wise t therefore and expect tleai- lerywkereQuarle JfV 50cent bOttle of Si ttsEiiuiIsi d given in halfrteaspoon J doses four times a mixed in itjbottleJl dli last a yearothbaby i ly a month jjnd four bot tIes over three months and will inakp the baby strong and Well and will lay the foundation for a healthy rob stJboy or f IfgirlI you SALE BY AiXJDRUGGtSTS Send JOe name Of paper and tIts ad for our beautiful Savings Bank and Child Sketch Book Each bank coatalns a Good Luck Penny SOOn Ai BQWNE 409 Purl Stnwt N IIOMtSINIATHEN As a Rule They re Clean but Bare and Comfortless r 41IPEOPLE LIVE JN THE CAFES Whn They Do Getlnlo Their Houses LookIIng Out pfth Windoyi The Mar Hage Customs of Greece H me life In Gree particularly in Ath0nS is peculiar lt might almost be ald that there sno such thing In lr Ducketi Fer lmans book on Gr ece and the Greeks the manners and customs ot the lctureSque gel lenes which ore llttle known to the average English reader are describiid at length Mr Ferrtjnon states that the Greeks do nOt jknow anything about the art of making a home Onp may meet with exquisite clean liners he writes with beautifully embroidered bed Unep iented with rosemary but never with what we mean by coziness The greeks are for less In their houses than we are and whentbey are at hom they appear to spend most of their time In looking out of the window TJiey are not given to inviting their fiends to their houses It Is not tbat they ore niggardly for ttiey will gladly entertain you at a restaurant ui jfar greater cost to themselves But ttJ does not enter into their ideas to ask yOu home to dinner even after nn acquaintance of many years fl They do not ask ejch other so it can hardly be expctedthaf they should make an exception In the case of foreigners The cfclfe is a pecpnd home to them1 Tbinre they nieet frlendsbnd gossip ThtIs one reason perhaps why they dislike country life It offers po alternative to the home there the hearth Is this social penter while In town It Is thejJafe In Athens those who do not owq the house they dwell In seldom remi n long iln the same abode Two or three yearn Is quite a lon tenure Many people make n point of moving every yiear The Imposing facadss of Athenian houses conceal for th most Part n bare and comfortless ilaterlor rondo wet ktpt garden Is tare A garden is not made In a year arm a persOn who changes his residence every twelvq months does not whntj to be troubled with much furniture lor Is he par ticular as tp Its arraii ement seeing that It vlll be carted q way Jn afew months Home life ias np retource for the Greeks as It has for jus It affords then little occupation 4nd no piusey ment They like to eM nod drink M crowds where there istflsc nndjmovyfe ment Their InstinrtH te too gregarl u tonllowtthem to iippreclnto the domestic Intimacy which we prize The day chosen for mnrririRfe In Greece is usually Sun piy but theday of nil days In the yentU the unday prpcerllng the Christmas feast 1tlC- not fashionable notb be married In church Jn Athens tbeqeremony take place In the bous aflhie brides iar eats A temporary nljqr Is set up In the middle of the roon At the con kThion thC ceremony the priest and the couple Join hands and walk three times rpqnil the altar the guests pelting them with cpmflw The most important part of the cere monyls thecrdwnluRat th brili and bridegroom with wreaths of prangfe blossom hence d weeding Is pqpular Ilr called the crorcnlng1 Love marriages ate fare exceptlqnsf The mntch Is rande JyJtIe parents and relatives rather tJiHi by the parties principally concerned Thete are cer tain established usages which though not legally binding nI not to bo contravened with IJpunijj Then ItlSI consldorfcd wrong for brothers to marry until their sisters have been wed AimlP girls mOsf marry In order of neniorlty It woulct not lie rlkbrfornTlrJilto lbe married wlilJe she an elder 1strwho re malted slnsle jlmrrnetm of n family are thus naturally nuxiiiRi tosee their sistewt settled and b dowry lis In dlsi enwbh its tiiiis often a matter of serious nnxietnndt the trait of great sPit denial ill part of the brothers It the parents Ire dead There nrexfiRes In ihlch brothers have remained nnuinn ed for years andlmvc devoted nil lbulr hard earned savings to the dowries fit their sisters Amougthe poorer InsseS emigrations reort dtonpt infnlauently solely with this object aqd jnnny a dowry comes to a Greek maiden from across the Atlantic For Motorists The woman who motor should take more care of her complexion lit win terfarlt Is bow that ntoch havoc la wrought by biting east winds Before starting on a long drlvd pbe sboulcl al ways rub cold cream Intp he faqe and on returning should wjpe It ota with equal parts of rpsbwater and glycerin The tendency to wr1nS whldh is produced so often by ffjofwulng when motoring is preventpdf thp f4ce is batbed with sour mllkjve apprpach n1btrIn = j4it f1i THE WORLD OF SPORT Danny Maher to Receive Fortune For Riding Ilh19111 Danny Maher the Arneificant Jockey has succeeded In obtaining the highest retainer ever paid to jl jockey lu England The Earl of Hosebery has agreed to pay thq Americgn Jockey CP6p next Btason for piloting Ills horses This with ordlniib fees will bring the famdus borsemaas liqcm somewhere Ip the uelgliborbood of JJ5dOQO at the end of 1011 Maher announced early this year that creasing weight might compel him to retire from tint racing but a course of scientific Turkish baths has enabled ului to keep within the limit and as he meanH to keep in strict training during the winter months he belleves he will be able to carry out all his en- g lCment StrpngTeam For Olympic Games Now that the American Olympic committee hasbeen named plans for the tryouts will be formed and allor rangements made to fend a strong tteam to represent us In Swedeh In 1912 j The coming summer will give a good line on the present talent and will probably reveal 2ie fact that some of theltnrswill competed in other Olym pics have gone back Qoweyer should such be the case good men will be found to take their places The tryouts will be hjld In the spring ot 1O1Z It has beep tle custom In other years to pick the men who are to form the Qiympl rteam during the few months preceding the games and the same plan will bb tot lowed this time Lotta Crabtree Quits Harness Turf Lotta Crabtree Isf done with horse racing Her interest In the Bport henceforth will be entirely as a spectator Miss Crabtree has been an en thusiastic patron of the trotting horse and jone of the inorst interesting Owners of crack stoppers ever Identified with the American trotting turf With the retirement of his sister Jack Crab tree manager of her horses also retires lire Crabtree and her brother are widely known among horsemen and the campaigns made by them with Sonoma Girl 20414 Nutboy 20714 and My atar 2031itJto worlds champion green pacer particularly at tracted fUrentlon to them ff nnpjlis Rowing Season The middles arc looking forward with uthuslasm to the opening of time rowlfag Benson ns there seems to be eyery li dlcatlon of a strong crew at tbEr academy The races so far scheduled are with Pennsylvania May and fcolumbln May 13 but efforts nrebelngmadeto jiave Yale Princeton and Syracuse send brews to Annapolis There will be no race with Hnnnrd Oils pcason Richard Glendon Is now coaching the middles rind the men are bOyd nt work on thq machine andjn the tank under his direction and as soonis the weather permits the crews will get outside oh the water Willis WiH Be Cub Next Season Pltcner VlcWUUs of tile St Lpuis Nntionats will twirl for Chicago Nationals next Hanson Manager Griffith of Clnclnnaii refused to waive claim to the vetemn pItcher Avhcn the St Louis club sought to dispose of his services to the Bal timore Eastern league team Knowing that Manager Chance thought well of Willis president Murphy of the Chil cage Cubs also inlerposed a clnlni for him That made It necessary to draw lots aqd the luck of the draw was wlth ChIcago The pitcher was obtained by Chicago at the waiver price of 1l i IDea The KliiejrAre Weikeiei iJ OTrWorL Uali alhj Kidneys Make Jtmpure Blood Weak and unhealthy kidneys lire re onsiblefor muchalcksandsnfferinetherefore druggists fiffrgcent also pamphlet trouble iis permitted to continue serious rc likelytomay need neys tentlon they have most att atI first Therefore when your kidneys ore weak pc out of order you ttnderstandhowiquickly en organScentSU you are sicki or feel badly taking the gret lddriey rCmnedy1r convinCctofSwpRootbladder remedy is soon realized It tisremarkablehealthproven thousands ot the most distress cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold bY in and one dpl mayliayCby mail free telluie you organs but your most do should can beghi in lug IUbI4dIS hOW to find out ji you have kidney or ladder trouble Mentioa this paper I when writing to Dr Kilmer Co BIngharatprii N Y Dont make any mis SwampIsomething in place 6f SaOyloOtiIy- ou do yott willbe disappoints JCFor the Children t A Charming Little Clr Is Miss GloriaGolfdI 0 br American Press Association mss aLoniA GOULD Dodt you think that q llhle girl of six isratheyotumg to be Interviewed by a indwspaper reporter and to have hcrplctursIapp Jby the camera man Well this experience happened recently to little Miss Gloria Gould when PheJ was an interested spectator til a podety circus gyen at Georgian Court the magnificent h D1ofher parenf Mr rind Mrs George J Gould at Lakewbod N J MissGloria was not at all scared at having the camera pointed at her but like many grownup people she object ed just at first 16 be photographed for publication The picture shows what a charming little girl she Is in her play clothes1 r This jlttle lady whp some day will haven splendid big coming out party like those pf her older sisters was Very much broken up tho day this pic tare waq taken over the sudden death gf her pet dog Buster Brown which washer dpnstant companiOn and the family pet Miss Gloria and the fortu jiatc Buster used to have many a fine romp on the lawns at Georgian Court and the small heiress felt very much aggrieved that her comrade had quit her companionship for that of the oth er doggieslri dog heaven Fox and Hounds The boys and girls In the school at ilpntlcello N Y might have thought that they were haying an object lesson J4 the game of fox and hounds when fa wild fox ran Into jthe school room with two dogs In closd pursuit It was not really ah object lesson No tqacher would make so much excitement over the teaching of any one subject The excitement was great ferioughat flrstbut1s the fox and the dogs circled the room the lit tIe gins climbed up on the desks and screamed and the little boys helped the dogs chase the fox The bunted beast irttilly found refuge under the teachers desk where he sunned at the dogs dnCl the children and kept them at bay He would not let any one touch him but at last one of the boys succeeded in putting a noose over his bead Thq boys tried to get him out alive jbut he struggled so hard that he choked to death J t Ships Eye ID the olden days when the science of navigation was not as well under stood as now it was the custom to carte in the bows of ships a pair of large eyes with the noon that they frould watch the dangers of the deep and avpld catastrophes Faith in such an idea has long been dead but the eyes nW sUlltobe seen on ships 1thoughI I fancy they fill a good purpose now The Rejected Valentine r Serene went acourtlri 5 PtMIPheUIIGreenPhel1a I3dl hed over seen j Bimbo with his banjo If Stopped to playa tUne 14SIPlaredhoBanffhc sons of love Thenn1Iofanudden If itifIif Sambo sort of frightened r i iRiwttThOught tIt w should dietIf Vain he tried in Answer l Ho ouldnt weak at alL rkr cit ycucrrr cried mommert il Ot l51z lPhlIa mind Frimy daughter domt want o comic yalcntlne To Say and to Do Do you wish tt4go tu Vburrh jlil evening Father la going to Hreaclu ybu know the ministers fafrdaugli ter asked The youttg man ioiisldereiU Um Tht last tlmt went bp htlh- er fell1 oome of mv small fniiinga Do you know vbatbls text will be to wlghtr IYes ixve one another regarded thi round pink check approvingly SuppoSe be litFiJIlet softly etbut- ve lot 1ie old gmitiniargo Jrencb while fro sit here and procllcefVLlp pincojts t Not Perfect S A horse denIer wan shoiTtfln a horse to a prospective buyer After ruunlns him iakand forward for Ittew nlfi vies he stopiied ami xaltT tojthe buyer What dosymh hliiknf hliyput Isut jiehtlmiOilyii Time biirer tnttlclfut ijmf UK how had tin lieavi wiHUnl Vw J like hla rant nil rl1t J1 Iiii Vlie his pants Well Ti ir = = = IS AL OIIOL3PER CENT irepS OpiiiuM OPNARCOTIC 4 Woismesrwri MttLOSSOSLWo lacSesk SatWe ei NEW YOIUC EXact Coy of Wnyper The u Recognizes the importance ff rnn Hriinc bMiiitlsitii Itelephone J AbOth local and long dhstane i of tiiqe and money Unexcelled telepfewae rvit tiii oyer the lines of the CumberlandTelepMea aUlTfi O piny Long distance connection td all important M ato to United tatesrrates reasonabe service the CQAn ERL AND LEGfiAPX rrtV f i A Good l I TI- i women II suffered with my head and back foe over six and although I tried everything I cver coiiU gi4 q tam so thankful that I have found someftinff that will dome good I feel so much stronger and betterith1JI a long time r It is well tto make up your mind before yasMwhat medidne you will take when yo art sick J 47 The UT t as I A You willlbe glad take it when el of your memory so that when you are sick wi Uk for it without thinking s If orweak3 get a bottle today At all dnigjz t J NEWDi 1IIF iilr tti best DUGHS OLDS Jf J- 1nuj1 All All TN ROOAIIO WIG TROUM UARAN7EED JA77SPA7OR14 oc fONEYRZFUNDZJj I LAYlNGJtRICIjCS iHow Seitntifla Methods Raisjse t1 rtIg engincfeh who are engaged by industrial heads to study their establish nary results have lieVu ilj twined What scientific manajremfnt mounsla ad mlnibly Mllustpilud by the story of bricklaying as told by nn espeft Ordinarily a brkkttWson mrvfecs eighteen dlfTerenf sjer of motions In laying a single brick He bends over In the Orjjt place topick tip one brick nnd in lifting It Jie lifts ten pounds of brlik hndnlxJut a hundred pounds of brick mason tbe Upper part of own body In Jovlnp 1000 brjdks In days work hi lifts ilOO 000 pound of brick mason was an Obvious waste of labor So a common laborerI was haired toMLthebr1chs where the masons would put have to stoop tar thOm Another thing Is that whetf t mason picks up 01 hnndmatfc brick which Is always aJlttlc thjcker at n e sloe than pn the other he tosses the brick up turnmgit over until jila- totch tells aim whftb slde If the tp before be puts It JJn place ln tbe wall The cure for this was to havSf all tM bricks piled top up ibcftrets ey Were broughHo the mnsojii Tbea further every one hassee the snasoi tapjhla brick several times tP settle U into tW mortar more waste if tln The tore was to malta Use cttrtJdia r t that the eIgMot tlbrhs lttttJo ti tJfelt Into the rkht ppsltioa Tkfe wat CloQt1 management mkIoo ttriyM It roused the days w trk twtkowa- go brick mason from ltott tip 16 27N brIcks a dayasdAn tdVaIeease t much blgberftgures Tb a eamS4 only six motions where be ued to iciakft ckhteen 4m4rican Review CASTON PcrThftatsa kind YoiIit WiysBo Bears t1h Signature iiVud 0 a II- sIiI1iI F r Thirty Teii TiiiiiiJsitss MILNii Iill rayii ITELEPHONE roitIncoropra Example dvMeAlester CMdul1Cardui in Take CARItl to jlindaj f1newyourIfsick 1IitforJtdalJlUjrattloM KILLThICOUGHAHDCUPEThLUII AMDCURa1lllLUII1n rkIhwftbunrdlht Thlst l of J4 apptkatio gs as relief JMl rc w rM1ft1t JL S 1ii tictHent isiaeptIc 1Ukt4 bumi woa d aarf cooaadwiU oofir Jv Ml Mat 919V b 1 lsJIIIII tJJ ZqiIL 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