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Ia 186iist wldow lar1thdDrSRii Ssmles and Uu 1Fv1t 50Lth0iYu1 War T 1 ebetinsa to live on the iessfir jITOIIDtfYKrbekept her boys from being captured by her wit aid ooarage cod while the wboiie We was hunting them a1hI was ever ready to go to heir i s Iwsswhilegurding herhome t of of kr arms was blown fbyabob which deteciiyes i rejertiidwAr the House in aiiiiNri4d felow it upAuder aQnr1S 1 Save Tw L ives4 iidtker my sister nor my se f Ifkt be Ujlmf today if it had not We f r DrvKtHge New Discovery irHtec D McDonald of Fayettc K O B tio 81for we4oth- Ju4iHfktfulc Ufhs that no other remedy coaki kelp We were told Jiy itoter liad consumptinofijShe las f tT wtk afed hap night sweats fp W rsr woaderful medicine corn pleselT cured fc both Its the best I ever aied or heard of1 FOrsore1 litBjts cQHghs colds hemorrhage la coupIbiesik sapreme Trial bottle sree 5c said 100 Guaranteed by Hay dom k BobertsoB f Painful Accident i UMr 8am WoOl 1ti g of near jwndD the New Haven pike t tasan4mpst painful injury Jlpday lwi While driving a i faorte he wMexhlbiting on Pub 1 He Square in makingr a short 4140 11 c i i to i r 7 w E11l SCE4THEw hj1 j j h 1 tR the buggy wu overthrown atd Mr Wooldridge was thrown out his right leg which was canht in the wheel of the ve hicle was broken between the aakle and knee He was taken 8othoftlCI of Dr Gore where hfc iafujiee were atterfded Dr Crams of Fred ri ktown who WM in Dr Gores office at the time of the accident Jassjsted Dr Gore in setting the limb Bardstown Standard 4t Deathln Roariniftre may 5t result froiri the work of fire bugs hut often severe burns are caused tbat male a quick need foi ekleas Arnica Salve the quickest surest cqreJTor burns wounde bruises bolls son It subdues inflammatibiv It kills pain Itsoothes aridheals Drives off skin eruptions ulcers or piles Only 25c at Haydon Robert seas 8 JosephsGoUege ftMay be Restored It is more bn probable that the historic old St Josephs Col lee at Bardstown will be restored and will be the scene once more of intellectual activity It is understood that Brother XaviersIOOllage the purchase of the property and thev deal is now probably XyerIian Brothers perpetuating tbje history of this famous sitein the inItbestateTimes JOfd Spldier terlured ti For years I suffered unspeakable torture from indigestion constipation aha liver trouble wrote A K Smith a war veteran at Erie Pa but Dr Kings New Life Pills fixed me all right Theyre simply greatu Try them for any stomachs liver or kidneyrtrouble Only 25c at Haydon Robertsons An Old Veteran Dead DanyJlle Kyv Feb 19 Cpln John Cow laged eightyone years died here last night With the late JereV Boyle he organ Iked the Nineteenth Volunteer Kentucky Infantry and was made Lieutenant Colonel and the1CivilCol Cowan was wounded during the siege of Vicksburg and at Kabine Gross Roads During his career Col Cowan practiced law for several years Jin Keokuk Iowa then in Dan yule and from 1884 until a few years ago was leader of the bar in Chattanooga Tenn 1roLEYSKThNFYiILTsrR CONTEMPT Proceedihf s OVemiUd l CaseofBoocUwideriv FMrcal Court ol Green County t Judge EvanS in the United Sjates Court oi1aydec1Iis4 fo cite the members of the Fmcal ouItemptofr alleged fefusal to cstrry out the courts mandate issued months ago in the someI Green county bond cases Bonded securities aggregating j240 000 jare involved iin toe case which grows pub off anattejnpt to build the Cumberland and Ohio railroad through thq count years ago The county issued bonds to assist In building the road It was afterwards claimed that the road was not completed and the people refused tostan 10r the taxes necessary to pay off the bonThe bondholders came into the Federal Court and obtaitied a mandate which would requfre a tax levy of 17 on each 100 of taxable property in the county There iis no Sheriff in the county oil account of the uupopularity of the office and he neethe courts order could not be certified tOj this offiicai Tfiq Fiscal Golirt appointed a tax officer but it senmsthat the tax has not been collected Jr Tuis morning the attorneys for the bondholders appeared in court and asked that the Fiscall Court be punished for couleinpt for allure to carry out to the letter the courts order In declining to cite the court for contempt Judge Evans said he thought the action was pre maturely taken and suggested that the mandamus order bechJged The ordet was arnentleaand the mandate must now be certified bythe Fiscal Court to L rE iMcfiinnjs the acting collector of tastes imposed for regular county purposes who must collect the mone The action of the bondholders is resisted 1the ground that tho promoters of tber uland thoaa who held the bonds failed to carry out the provisions of the contract covering the construe tion of the road It is pointed out that dnlyjour mites of the line was builtin Green county Attorney arnest Macpherson one of toe Attorneys for the county declared that no one could be found who would quail fy as tax collector nthiscase And dded It would not be very healthy down Were for any pnVto qualify fIt is alleged rfor 4lje attorneys who aie resisting tn mandamus issued by the cjflirt tjaat the but den imposed on the people of the verbeJiitledItMilli i estate of the county jo pay this tlntion said MrracpbQraOn Some of the most prominent attorneys in the State of Ken tucky are interested in the caw The Bondholders Arejrepreeentied by Humphrey Humphrey Trabue DpolaTi Cox George Dn Relle and John B Buskin Mr Mcpherson beine assisted ty JbhU W Lewis jjpf Spring field Ky Jeff Hen y of Greens burg Noggle GrahamfofGrHnsb1lrgandW Jj Milby ttornev lot Green county- The bondholders ara Mrs Mary Quinlah and Sfaerley M er eyTimes Evety year a large gjimber of poor sufferers whose lungaaxesore and rack with coughs p re urged ujgo to another climate But this fa costly an4nota ways sure Theres a tejtter way tat Dr KftigaNew Discoveirn pure you at home It cured me of fang trouble writes W R Nelson of Palomine Ak H when all else failed ajndl gamed 47 pounds iq weight Its surely the King of all cough and lung duesH jThcjus ands owE their lives and health toj it Ins positively guaranteed for Coughs Colds LaGrippe Asthrtia Croup 1I Throat and Lung troubles 50c and LOO Trial bottle f at Hayd d bertson Atlanta GaFebJ VLlgnoJ- rantof the fact thatffir 80nlsliat the point of death in a hospital at Lexington XYJ and a daugh ter critically ill atIbanonrKjF- rank J Roberts 0f Lebanon died here today at the home of another daughter wfioo he was visiting Mr Roberts was 73 yeaniof age andjhad lived in Lebanon all bisji ifjijHTbebQ4y was qent tQ Lebauqjf for inter ment tIe iis survived bykfour daugh ters and five ODSjMrs W E Spaiding and Mrs iWl MIBric- kenol Atlanta Mrs L V Luckeft of Morgahfield Ky j Mrs Henry Boone of Lebanon Ky WR and Richard Roberts of Lebanon GeorgeIM Roberts of New Haven Ey Benjamin Roberts of Tyro e Kyand John Roberts of Frankfort Ky Child Drowns I Danville Kyy Fejs V5IThe th reeyearold so n of Rod Spear Ras drowned in Gen river qear Middleburg Casey county The child was p1ayrnAOfl the banicsbf the river whena sudden rise oc curred sweeping tie child downstream a hair mile iOreat damage was done to property and fencas 13i Glasgow Ky Feb16 George W Taylor aged twenty place was seriously Glagow by the explosion of a dynamite cap Tfaylor willie walking over his fathers lot pinked up what he thought was a catridge shI1l but whit proved to be a dyua Holding te cap between the tbsmband finger he struck match and held against thp tearing off a thumb and finger The two brothers werf also Jn jnred but not seriously KILL THE jlhe Only Way to Cure Dandruff and Parisian Sage frthe Only Killer Parisian Sage soaks into the scalp ahdwhen it reachea the roots of tt hair it not only kills every dandiuff germ but it supplies the hair with jest the right kind of nourishment to put vigor and strength into it and make it grow Parisian Sage is the mst delightfll hair dresser in the world and is nct sticky or greasy ttse it one week and you will never give it up Parisian Sage iis guaranteed by Hay dorf1i7iHett stop falling hairip cure dandruff keep hair from fading to stop itchingofthe scalp or money back Price 60 cents a large bottle The girl with the Uiiburn hairfis on every bottle Cr LI has ClpaJ Field Da nv5110i Ky Feb 48The Hon Charles A Hardin of Bar rodsbug will be declared the Democratic nominee for the Tnirteenth Judicial districjt 8S soon as thecommittee meets Today was the ttre etitrdnceot new add Mr Hardin was the only Spirant to put up the entrance whp is a Republican serying under an made by Gov Willson Walker succeed ed J dge M 0 Sanfley who died suddenly last summer and the election which will take place in November is for the purpose of choosing a judge to Saufley Ji ire hred S C B Leghorn Cockerels 75c each Stanley It Thompson Springfield Ky r r 1 I TJii 1 ii = r 1 1 t SALE t I i t RE ilSTERED DUROC J SEY BRED SOWS BOARSj rIit F yyroftbis NorthJ brothersIcate wininstantelodedt6Iy GERM3- TfiatTf i i Circui- tJudgein iastoc- aiidtdates1 JudlteLappointment ocJ1casifJned SJ T 1 1 1 I 40I4 Ii I k TSate bo be held under cover on my fajfm 14 mile east ul 1- i 1- of I i prin fIeld at 1 oclock p m1 t1 It i tJ J Iii J Iii k jlfe ZLTUESDAY rilFPEBRIIARYt 2OQZo 8 1911 f 11P fIv j Will sellpair 5yearrold work mules 2 horses and some fresh jersey cows I If Ev animal in this sale will be sold without reserve bY bid 9r limit i mS M d ulti Write for catalog j It g lt 1r i 5 E1 s Mayes Jr Springfield Ky t LLiEThi t n T 11 iiit rf r i M iI4c-s t 1i Democratic Executive Com tt Will laueFer raal Call p The only business ttranscted by the State Democjratifc Execs tive GonJmittee at its iessibhs riday at tbevr Lmiisville note was the appoini it nt of Chairmiu penry rjft and Commltteeman William S Mc Donoghjp act as legal advisors oiltotbpp1bfCofficitl UtorU8aRprimarV at which noKie State officers ew Hieject May 21and tsancuuicteiitt- hatit woud b ttOlri oreasjtlitttoAnidtentering m the pjPBarT 25 per cent The adjournment was takeu until March SBal T Spalding made long lkit favor of convention The 25 per tent fincrewie in assessment means that the State Executive Committee has learned that it will cost30OqO instead of 180000 conduct tbepriMiry Former Senator McCreary and Congressman James are disap pointed that the State Executive Committee at its meeting failed to formulate the official call for the primary as they know that until the formal call Is issued the memberV of the State Executive Committee may at any time change their minds and call a convention The official call would spike down the primary to a certainty but the driving of this nail was postponed for two weeks The friends of Mayor W 0 Head and William Addams feel that the chances of these two candidates for the nomination were materially bettered by the postponement of action and that at tho dext meeting of the State Executive Committe the rinisy 11lecah di J4 convention substituted The McCreary men are just as cer tain that a primary is irrevocable WORLDS FAMOUS DYS PEPSIA PRESSCRIPTION It Drive Away Stomach js- frIn a few MinutM Stop Heartburn and B lchinjf If you have anything the matter with your stomach you ought to know right now that 34IONA stomach tablets are guaranteed by Haydbn WiJlett to cure indigestion oran7 sickness caused by indigestion such as the following Sick headache biliousness dizzi ness ncrvouanesi sour stamach fet inentatioq of food belching of gas heavy feeling at pit ot stomach yoifl lUng of pregnancy If your meals dput digest butlie like lump of lead in your stomach if you have foul breath and loss of appetite the chances arc that a few MIO NA tablets will put yoUr stomach In fine shape in short order If yun oKanjpfyour Jamily suffer from stomach trouble of any kind get a 50 cent bxof moNA stdmach tablets at once Haydon Willeit nad druggist everywhere sell MIO NA on money back plan The Daily CburirJourna OneHalf Pric Under this offer the Goirler nat will be sent to subscribers only through tbe postoffice not through CourierJournal agent Jfo Courier Journal orders for a full year will be taken at this rate Subscription must be tor not less than four months or longer than eight months Through a special arrangement we are enabled to offer tbe Dally Coirler Journal by mail in combination with oar paper at a price just onehalf the regu lar rates for the CourierJournal The regular price of the Daily CoarierJottfael ia W MtaaO- Bth tOOa year We will tend The Hew Leader oae year aad the aaily CoerierJoarnal four moathe tot 171 or the NewsLeader oaf year ad the CourlerJcHirnal s4kt iIfor2t50 This offer U fopa1 oaly lot tke Bwothof Fear 5 tIPL a T51A j t lflhll1UtthIJUh1kU1JULt jfo t l f M j1 lIdn mId LL- dsntyan4delicic1 J i v it R vA411i j 1 B1INI L 1ypr fl y k1N GtspsCrTiv cftsing or f t hcIt4fltya f aI ceis t ooks C1iiiW PflP1MFK MJmUJ JIiiWC SOYM WIHNS P5MS w I Wihig Misses Irene and Cjeoretfi Sit ton pentillst Wedneaday Bigkt with Miss Pane iie Hughe Miss aieila Wobner and brOth spent from Fri aV until 8iasay with relatives and friend at BotJand Mrs Presto a Cooksey ant family spejafSnnday with Mr J B Larabert oj Mr Ellis De man spent Sin day night with Mr Jaoaes Black eter of this pa a Miss Cora Hughe has returned iQjLogiav1l1e LouisvillebLLki o y with Prof J B MctfiiliaM a Principal ad MisaNoa Baker Assistant Mr and J rik Jj B Laaaoert spent Sunday night and M atiai atCornuhyilliMr nr Joh f Jeakins visited Mr Elabe Coulter of flillaoorb Monday night Mr Lloyd Finkitpa ha gone to Clinton IH to make hU future homer t Mr John Jenkln boight of Mr Wm Shewmaker 25 head ot sbeepfor175 Laddie Price the 1Q moatbs old son of Mr and Mrs Tbewaaa Stines died at the1rx boaia ussr Sbarpsville Wedneaday night His remains wer6 broight io this place on Thumdayf Tti funeral discourse wMpreaeVi wl by the Rev Jv A Siaur after which his remains were laid te1 rest hi the PirTie w ce eetery Mr And Mr Wm D rriag r of pringfiell pent Satlrcay night and Sunday with their daughter Mr Jerome Wbbnetv 0oTbePuWic We have opened a reataaraat in the room under the Opera House arid a re prepared to far nUh hot mja i at all hours day or night R vkter Stew 25c fried oysters 85o per dozes steak coffee etc 21 c Give wactLU fhl Owl FOSALEO- ne thirtyjH PM E M P 5 sianjicer potor cat tally equipped Witt rM lighbs get erator top wi ai ibMM 12 axtc tire and fall Ut6f tool Price f1650 One it 811tMkMHq NM inal taaoUe tiglee ThiS lioriioQtalfjaffiae tiII iHMK iciaae shape wllfawke a ftae en Kiaei for pMi4g pjiiyoeee r1eh1Jiau 1 totIri car 20 H PpMegsf This carisingi i ood bate wilb exec J tl9It of two tlrfea which ire 0UMr W tt7t Oae 1909 Yale J HHP oo lie w Ur I 10 4LE OraharJ U rI J 1 LEBANON L4CiN J rflt7MM jnM riCf liiciowegs4 jIakmiLtlemeat 1tt4h JB it I l tBirtoa fotkfe uuw s ooeay1ortbayssir 1VIL 1 t exatctet iv UM coai7 a k that the result of tbU s1iwill show MM eowlf to b ticellyoitOl sb Maier WiMJodlge Jfcr i siofDr saMrsW gen ssrrwly III fliJQ TSPA4S7 avsIsg Sl o tock The llM plsiuaabset t w uI Uaaisiii iigrMe Rcipan ofalMa 114rWN rll lilbll bsri14 s isa i twPI1rn it i tbyboo wen fort4 a minor cLpuradeeV 1 1rslariaa1theesrpI lictof Lb labs J Iia Nortbi died at Ute bxxp of hr 1rJoha Q Nortfcerafii m sr Re wick early Moaaay metcia a D tluisdaesMsepsr- alyaIs which sbefteem daya before her ttfti The funeralaerriew iMNi rJ at the Otodiciura I city Isday aers eg auucontact bf Beir Bttt Mo t after wbWiifcha later mint lo it p ace IB RsoeaMitet fy SSvElm iWrotk of tak oilyi itnegro1a I 1f fourMfB yean iiii i tlryierhcrgheysotIMIs ieeaoea wa paroled tij J Statr Iro IasIas IPtt w0a1r He bak tera In pin eight ycanraad h Iraow ti theelmaiat aep ro M mmrlprUo rI baWbYal extasetisgi ttricSM aMewtteate bflai aa4 h tJf was th Ih- invH4igtd t 1151114 pa The fraud jary vM0k a4 fred lc4 week 4o meet o Wdaea f dirt waa ia HUs1I tkat flay Sid ii tkm 111 JW 4ireed THe Wtowinf iodktawo 4- Mt411M lay th- jery wee ie us JS I 0 11 1OOWsythothigsSpoItiet a t4ss- yssposi1brthso t eKritI4MM dI wssp 2 biei1U gbtO a t St Mary olm es J barftary It breaking Iinto a m a4 ao eW o jrn Ml by Jam aII Jfcrper 3 bigi l 1 Charles M Tuck jaa and Bobs idcIleshSl tbC t- L r v giI ta 4 Ji 1Looset 1 JIt r t r 1fI i H 1 t t t J Plenty gIf Shed and Stalls FREE di 1I J Ntf 4t 1 bEL 1 4 + rLI t BRING L i f JUR1Ta ccO4ci Us ANinWB WILL jET YOU PIf3 HIOn SR1 JZfirrt 1 f t X i T 11 f lWR1TED9 PHONE NO 1551 Blp PHIM H p lHIII I IHIy Jt cirir A1UCTIONEERWt 1 d aii r ttl LI NIwsttAIHR llSptlIMGPIELD iCY YjI tf wI Ic SP POUI Xditors and P bliih rri i y J Ir THURSDAY FEll 23lt91L- ll 21 pi Lfcwy r I Mrs alliePip ofDanI1Ie- T S Yrs Njtiga11 J qSarBied anaHirvey VllArMal are yjiiting friends ma relativM In Harrodiburg Mir atidf Mr Edwin Woodson fcffr list mjekv for Bird well k nrfc r they Wili make their 1 V fitaM horn i tttr Jack Reed pent ieyeral- iays InHarrodsborg Kr JL Q P JI nil having a a4brn erected by Mr S W Cakwell- V VMii Annie Laura Gregory v who is attending actfobll at St fw fXC tberne spent several days If j lajut week with her parents I iMi Jennie lieachmao visited 1jijirieni here during the week f Mrl and Mrs James Moran entertained the young folks rFrMy evening Mr Baths of Lincoln couuty fijvielting his sisterMrs Stigall t who has been quite ill but is now AllprOVlDgf Valley HillI r r MiM Pearl Uoatley spent sev b rai days last Week with Mrs T 4 h D Shehan I jklrs J C Barmon and son I GUbertjwere called to Penwick SMardy by ijlness pf her r ffather Mr X D Barker r t fAMi Willie Moran spent Sathr t dv and Sunday with his parents rvii this place vf Mrs Wash Tucker of near Springfield 8peDaIlastWednos day and Thursday with her sis tar Mrs Palmer Goatley j i141HRuby QNeal spent sey 1 eral days last week with her sisteri Mrs SP Derringerj tf SprlDI6eld kfr 4V Mrs Palmer Goatjey enter Uined at dinner last Wednesday p present were Mrs Dona J4 0 Ljbrnndy and fer Mary Bowman Mrs sMuddand daughter Mattie Susan Bughes and Mrs T tue of Maud Miss Madge Liir has returned f to her borne in Lquisyille after a1visitii to her sister Mrs T 0 WC pI Jtl RU lON al spentTues day wllh Miss Louise Tatum Messrs S P and Turner lJk- MONDAYbruaiy Derringer J of Springfield were In this vicinity Mohday Mr JB Goatl llithegpsti of his daughter Mrs Wallace Seay of near Maud who is very ill Antioch l J passedImont church where hoi wiljl fill his regularl appointment Mr Herbert Gillis pent Saturday with his grandparejits Mr atad Mrs AJ Moore Mr D DWeIis onjbe 8icc list this week J we are glad to report Mr John Gulls on the road to re overy after being confined to his bed for several days Farmers are busy at thebig- North burning thejr tobacco beds and preparing in general for other crops Mr Harry Dennis of Sparrow made allying trip to Fairview Saturday and cailed to see bis friends Mr A L Moore and Wade Wells were in Kirkland on busl7 ness We were fllad lo see so many of the correspOndents present this last week let us joihitogether I ndmake the dear old News Lear One of the most iihtecest iing papers in the countyas we have neglected to dobnrauly for sometime Mr James Kays wjfe end children spent Tuesday with their parents Mr and Mrs John Kays Mr Walter Wells speat Sun day night at the home of his brother Mi1 Wade Welts J As news is very scarce this w ekwe will ring off for this timehoping to do better anotber time Tangle FoQtl i r SharpvilleV Mr W J C017 ishwbo has been in Lexington iringthe pasi week has returned ttohis home on Stifles AvenUe Messrs T H and W B Robinson were in Springfield Tues day on business Tile death of Mr John JlJ Goodlett which occurred at his home at Glensboro pn the lltfy after a short illness of pneumonia was a sad surprise to his many friends at th s place Heiis stir vived bva wife and several children The beautiful February days last week with theic warm sUn- shine leads the hbusewife to be Jeiye that springtime ia almost here So poor hub by wi hav to hustle about Frank Crouch has already took advantage of the pretty weather aqd has beer Mardi 6rasFEBRUARY 23 TO 28 i Ikw 2250 I r TRIP V paintjing The young men from Sharps yille who attended the hop at jphnsonville Thursday night wereJamesLongj F Bowen RC Bryan Joe Divine and Vilas Graham Mr ap l Mrs D B Sutherr land of Chaplini spent Friday nightwith Mr and Mrs J W Graham flourfl to punisb good horse flesh every Sunday twenty miles to see their affinities When there are any number oft nice girls right here at home Tuey ought to be more patriotic The next thing they will begettinKtbeir wives froma mail order house OfIKirkland 4 Judge rewitt is afraid that he developing symptoms of tape worn Cheeroip Judge the Un- d taker nor the tape worm hasnt got yourrnasure yet Mr J j Yates purrba d from J Brown ax small farm near Sharps ville which contained about 50 acres If ilhe S of Louisville are so carried away with joy atcl en thusiasmj over the coming of the girl fron Indiana What flill it be with them when Gabriel sounds the trumpe- tMrsLtDarne11OftbeSea yule 01a crop of tobacco on the Springfield market Thursdaysat an average of 6centa ourIfomqlIS well equipped for the business and expects good results from the Jockey circle iJ H rownilinterest ydo in his fiDe of business pont for get him t The Freedom school under the instructions of Miss Elizabeth Cornish is meeting with success The patrons of the district pride themselves with the honpr of having employed such an ac complished young lady as teacher Spine have already begun to wonder who Bill Brains is but never mia if you are ever in Sharpsvillethe first fellow you see siuingon gatepost news items with a spike taU cdat on or attending to his mothers ducks on the street and especially grdwing enormous crops around the fire Without further description you can say that fellow is Bill Brains foLETMINErrARo tk cek d aIa 1ui 1i I H I Orleansftr 1 1 11 Liberal Stopover Liimt on Tickets March 11 II Orleans Mobile Penaacola 1945 TND FROM SPRINGFIELD drivirig pfeople neighborhood catching TUESDAY r February 28 Parade of REXH1000 a andml Com s farade at nignt rw R EARE 1 K IORIP Jjjt 11ntative1p dbwy 21 i627 Inclusive I s Tathim Springs it aAsfew weeks IJtilltry toget down a few lines M Mn Silas Blurkheadl and wife visitedi Mr Jj f3 Royalty Sfatur day nIgbtI wThedOgst have been dping some misqbief to the sheep o wners of this com munity It is said that Mr James Hedge had the misfor tune of having one old sheep and two lambs dogs MiiYWm had a fine young kUiedbY by a viciojas1 cow last cow was jii the same the colt and the cow horped it tq death The schoojj it Freedom has be gun and iheji pupils have eeei having a vei1 gpoltiroe to attend school Mr Worth Burns of this place1jias tno me sles Horri4o lc wife of Mr Will Colvin a j rH Thompsbn andj wife penbiioyrdJY night with Mr and Burkbead Mr Abe p4ys sila norse for onE htlridre and thirtylive dollars Mr Will Gel vin bought a horse from Mr Ma kD adman price unknown Mr Will laseyiwiis driving up ihrough thaw 5Jpri is Sat urday qtorqi g and by some mis take sotrid 16 had hitched a spiteful hpr sa too neartbaroaceand when lUe Limed horse kicked his horse and cut allung gash ibis breast Mr Kay shad t6 sake his hcrse back IIome1 Iwehr cannot write so long a tine as Bill Brains of Sharpsvilfe sql will close Grass Hopper In Two Minutes tEasyandtJQuiciest Way to B r tIdIrIf you want instant relief frony in d head or cHVpr irom acutacatarrh try this P Into ibqwlT f boiling Hot water pour a teaapoorifoit tfHYOMEI pronounce it Highorme told your head oyer the bowl and coi er head and bowl wjth towel Then irealhe the pleasant PILe etrating ant eptic vapor deep into lungs over th sore raw tender ifaem braneandm st gratifying relief will come in a few minutes hayden ls Willett and dipggista I everywhere wll sell a bottle of HYO MEI forO ce ts Ask for eXtra bot tie Dont bo prejudiced fThers not a practiclo of mor- Phine cocainp or any injurious or habit fonriipg drqg In HYOMEI Give it Ialit ia guaranteed It is made of encklyptus and other grand an tiseptics lit Will chase awaythe mis ery of atarrHor any afilfcuon of the nose and throat a few minutes Wl11ialUg 7 Nevsijcarce but will try and send in a w items j 4Scboo1ld here with quite a number of pupils Mt Russell Yates Bas entered Bhool berr Mrs Oar Qibtti iis on the sick list IioI 3werbrry Mr Jim Follis bapy is to b ttez Misses Mattie Yastes and Va lena Goo ljett are yisiting Mssl Ray Wen Mr WIT Wells was in town Monday 6tL business Mr Brutus Yates is visiting friends i4i Sbarpsyllle Mr ttnny s who haS been gotjtoi school in Spring I field1 wiillenter school at this place Mrs jMutha Wells returned home frpn a visit to Brush Grove Mr Richard Trent is very ill t this writing Miss Mabel Keeling WaSln Wilhsburg Saturday Y Miss Ida Gray is yisiting ffriends at this place Mr J K Trerit and daughter ere in our midst Friday Messrc Walter Jeffries Clell flB blttt Joseph Price and Carl Kelly of Springfield called on their best girls Sunday Mr Charlie LitS yanclMr lfieldt Mr Horse Simms entertained it his home Friday night Miss Valerie Goodjett and Miss Ray Woils visited Venale vnd B ttie Walls Wednesday night Mr and Mrs Ransdale and daughter of Harrpdsburg ar visitingMr and Mrs Johnson of this place Mr and Mrs Earl Ruby and son liaye returned home vFair View t Mrs Sarah Tingle is very sick at the home of her daughter MrV and Mrs Sam Yocum and children visited relatives here ylastl week MrapdMrs George Moul visited Mr and Mrs j L Bines Saturday and Sunday Mrs J 13 Stev npn dined l with Mrs Wilkersoni oqe day last week Mr and Ms P Jl Cull and onlcQuntylast week Some of our farmers have burned their tobacco beds fc crop L TORT BLUNDER It Was EreeUd by PUP Government op Canadian Soil It isnot yforttort afterward called F0rt Montgomery wag about half a mile northeastt fronthe1 poptitarldpiIappears a ter the war of 1812 our government felt thexncce5It3 of guarding the JntnmciS to take Cham plain Accordingly In 1815 was begun the erection of Fort Montgomery The original notion was Jo construct a great fort In those days that meantt a nunsThenIn hand for some time It was discovered that owlpg to an error of early surveyors the actual boundary between New York and Canada the fortyfifth par nllcl of north latitude passed south ofi the fort Wprk on the fort was rnist ponded for about twentyate years not until the year 1842 was the territory restored to the Tfolted States The agreement known as the Web sterAslburton treaty ctab1shIngtbx northeastern boundary tanQo the line between New York and Canada con form to the old and Incorrect early survey Thus Fort Blunder wax r nspln on United States territory The quiteforgavens they claimed he did d great slice of territory to which they thought thorn selves entitled In order to save Houses Point tttiednever manned by more than sufficient men to keep it In order and it wax never armed Harpers Weekly Language I dont believe any two words ln the nglsh language are synony mous1 ahl dont know What1 a the mat tqr with raIso and llftr lucres n big difference I rnIseM WhOjlu1s1adeiphiaj PageLook a doctor to his boy In buttons whom bo had dlliIdlliL spouse yqu complain of mftIagaInIt nlr Til bo an entirely uaceirioudon ODin Iou Th Secistofuceabs D1Wi j HeHow often a wotiars ifac her fortune vt SherrYes and how often a maaa ckeek1I kJ1iew York Journal l1 t ccTIT 6TH ANNUALc r Ft HOSE AL0 WE WILL ON 1 l SatUrdayFebruaryf J U IJII Il ATrOOfCLOCK ArM vUJ 1At R G Boblitt4 Maine Street LiveryCi StableIn Springfield Ky sell i 100 Head HteanlMules We are looking rwardto urgreatest horse sale ever0 held fin Spfirigfield so people YQU wliohayfehQrsesorrnulesfd saleiEan not arrbrcTto not get YOurstOokr sady for thisi sale ThSf dUISOb several local buyers for all k nds of work stqck We hayiif at prwejJitIover 5O head guaranteed for this great sale tfWhich there are some t l gooqdnesnarn6ly v V f w tOi1 good 6yearoldsorre1horeg od in all kinds of rMM awllit g d JxMU ki i4 one qay 4yearold walking horse 1 lack mare 6 year old m feat MM FMtf lla good one 1 pair bUck fouryear old prses welfbroke will be olferi MMnU iy aid together 1 bay mare one of the best ramily mare tinthcouMy and BM4 aftw4l any tfanig sound and many other lodaha some goodwork J MM ft For any information in regard to this all call ou i trii 0 f IL C BOBLITT ttA t t J k i or 3 M CAMPBELL fII l i f tiFool No A praysyEvTo a roe and sovern hooks o Hair Goodness knows what ah wouldatt wear4 lJ3uMhe Loot4aJxEven aa yOu and I Oh We je rswewast n4 t itteIswwaste And the eVil thHig wevelsald Are lost onthe wpman xho doeanot know And Uke es not wilt nevex1kn What to w6ar upon herhea9 1Evcnbridp1venPut It Isnt the hanks ortt wothitri pranks 1a diWoujd win 1ilhifhU decree J It he had the hardll106d X40 su9 k Tbe POInt Is thatSbe ncyerJJ iew tAli a matur of fact they uevefflo Who haIr it lIeJ to be Stt Lloula PoitDtepfatcK t a 4Ovcrherd t tiltrcandyitopaintedVTho Cutest little boy was climblnc a tree with overall told John we npht to haix oys tots for company ixtitiw half sheik llv grtvi her the coffee while shi was waiting at tin counter hi a tin can ifA big fat man rode bjf on a skittish horse with a red nose that was scared of the trolley cars T Just love to seethe soldiers wIth dontyoqI JadY1Ina white necktie He Is the man that sells lace with roch big red hands and a IspLife i iNotFor Him jNo paid tho theatrical manager i who had gone to look at a fine place on the seashore l wouldnt take it at any price Its beautiful I admit nfl you represented it to be but I never icpuld be happy herelt J Llu1 asked the real estate t tgtgett the splendid beach Brentbo Ip thel- ipurentr Everything perfect your standpoint yes But Just across the bay lnterfwewlth my enjoyment jiud took utIcvIflio sadly oth V llghthouscs Cfil 11 r ij nI I B4lBLIP iQIi tiBaiog 1oidmYf and clecidedto move to IOu yile I 1itiitS r rI SOTURDAV t MAR I1 4 M f 7 11 l jta0 thohighetbifer the fbllpwiiik person Kfgwgjrr i 1 brown mare 8yeara did 161 hanis high Iu foal tOjiure IN bay mareA 30 years old about V 15 I nands biRb 1 grev mate 7 years old kbJut 15 bands high 1 iyic rse 4year did 16 h1tJ hi1 411 b rbea are god4 jvpnrers an4 safe driverj Icominffs2year old morse colt brq tO ride 1 Jennet 7ytr old wItlir1go d Jiac y her alde foaled Aug st17th 1910 j patr 4 ear Nd horse mule hands difh well broke 1 comiig 5 jepr old fStaUibu SGc vernor37 vsired by thor bre GerztanoaOh Burse out jot a GreVEa ie and Lei ngfjdu mareAiO banns i iI high ot1btlt ttnda 4fine river mndattxceUentj brqdder f cohii 15- hMi iinjhhigb 3 I I oipnIt 1111 1gopdefrp I 11 ne Dee rH ofr iWri- ngrk JJr t1hew hills1deiow glIYi1Iightwhide1i f11 W9iltit i 0j 1afraidI riibbeM i1 5telt Ute topIsbv 1H1 ftnJ SvrilI aet by ri 1 ItIrfilesi 1 ari oo j 1j Hh dflft t tt t 2TeitsSLokchatnsV ousehoid i 117 jand- lt e lrtrDi l9e and l7 fMr rti ctJtQOlnt4rb TteMSiAn sums of 10 a 3 Vmdzr caeTr Overthts A vifttj IU 13ireeecuhttdue 12 nionthasKter date nder1a iMr 6se emit H jiWISECASM BEnt Auctioneer t J bmp 4 L t j by 8TOlLOIL co l t- N c g I t r y rjj46 jJ BURTON S1DtNTDWNTIT lLIAcTEo1 J WAINt oJt r J 44SI2INGP1ILDI XY li1Wrk Strictly tr i Irtc1au i jjll G MUDD If 3ii4krgssi t I V Qiipt fcor 3 to 9 arn 1 to 2 pm Otfe oYW H y4oa ItorI IlI 11101 M D J M ra IMK qI4Prpt N 1 Rs Nc 1M 3 0 WFQRIGSBYi ATITORNEY rAT LAW n 1spWIrjD Zys TLWNYATT 4cs M RH pr9M Dm O ct kwxra ByttlO30 vto 12mi 4 tQ5 pm J JDI1NY MAY- ESmmFUIEIAI I I All UCEISFO EMIAHFh TELEPHONE DAY1LNlS11T74- tt t FIDIr- 14R W F TRUSTY PRACTICAL r J ENtISTIOTlce VUJhft1oB k Eu1errr pe M work tr ft oii llkruMeti I i 1INGFIELDIKY K JI Iill a RSI JJi f tI iuIir 3PoiqwiBg ta the time schedule JMW i elect the Bardstown rff bacbrai1roa lM l Lwyfei Louisville iltij 490 1IlBr tOwn Junction IMiiiiMVrl Bardstown 0C6 p illj0 arit riiek1 6 5p m J b44Ivc Spriagfield Ht 600 MgW 645 am Br4s a UO7OO ni- rh tLEisy1ne 820 am 143t4i rfs Louisville at Baristowa uctlon 8TM Bt4OW 1005 L Ill r4irM SprW1140 Ng444ivM m ipcinMeld at i1QO F P Jkrao1 J itQJp m t1atLMiafUell j L i i iY JY a PItP Mys1ry i t1tto thanyo from the bot tbafof my heartiV wrote pB Rader r of err W Va foe the won ed1iiS kle1 enefiti rot from Elec tile Miterj in curing tae of both a ereyere cise of stouacb trouble Md of ilftilaUj rom which tMa- t e aVal ostbelpI si uffere tea years It suited my M ir as though ade just en Ford yciMUrlBdictiliM giditie and t rIdtbe system qf kidm 7pDision8 that CJK rheumatism Electiiv1 Bitters teliaWejgn Try lheB1i very bpt tie 5arnteeI to satisfy Only 50cat Hay doa Ss Jlober tson a WfUIrTOI u u rYIiO Local ol Interest Th Freshest and 1 I AIUlMutY urstirFrI iiii aNd Acq Mlt1- IHMMMMfll T mM eatlolallkinds Fqk SAtE Ten 3year old ules W H Leacbman Bet steak ataU times at Carp enter s Tapps stable FOR SALETwo gqod Jersey iilk cows S P Derringer FOR SALE 200 bushels of Orchard Grass seed at 1160 per bushel 0 L Brady FOR SALE One good brood mare and 1 good work hor- semuJeS M Campbell FOR SALE5 brood sows due to farrow Match 1st WG Grundy trWhite Rose best for bread Bfen Tohnsonbest for cake Politics have Bsn Johnson while quality makes the flour a favorite FpR SALESqUare piand Reason Tar selling is lackof room for itk Apply at this office Go to Carpenters meat market to get good meat Lake Bosley sold for Dan West his Dlace one pcile from o 1tJoe Pdin FOR sAL4OO bushels off nice Orchard Grass Seed at 160 per bushel Call at once L A Burns PQtPekin Duck epgsf orsale at 50c per setting CARL N KIRK r r 4 rFO SALE A few fine M B R1I2 FoaSALEPure bred young Jersey milch cow with ten day old calf by her sidev W K44 Allan Co are giving an exhibition of moving pictures and vaudeville at the Opera House veryniKhttbisweekA- dmission 10 cents FERTILIZER The Fish and Potash brandmade fco grow to bacco We toillhaVea carload March let Ccme and see us m time McClure Mayes 1 have now at my stable in Springfield my first bunch of horses and mares work and- faniilythorses 20 per cent cheap er than last year BYON PARKS SwE iCLQVER SEED sow in witb pfieii t rye or in pastures in Marcbwith oats in April or in by itself in April or Miyf Seed 5 east red bushel Bpknara Seed Co Falmouth Kyk 7I Foit SALE 5 thoroughbred BrbnzeTorkey Gobblers as goo is you can find anywhere Als Io4ian Runner Quck eggs 50 cents a setting Also Buff Or pington pullets and c14relsi J F KEEN rvr 5 W t- t1L TIONl 8LE1- Friay6 February a4191t r 1 Hhoid Furniture Farming Imjj plements ainj Stock I- 1 Bsiiig att 0clock pm at my residence OR L41lI Hill I w11 offer for sale a tof per nnihi 1 riiiiiifrinf of Bedroom Suite Carpets i7 RockMtc chJkt DgChiiRgs Pictures mnk rat 2 Clo4sKitchin Uteftik and numer J M iIIher artkW A Radiant Horne Heabnr 1sore okalxlWiTypewritet STOCK A good family driving mare m foal to jack one cost a thoroughbr Berkshire 4 3 r Jof plows ho forks and other implements loolk W SUnbpp B dy and ftarzisone st- dWSharn POIi as aew 1 wheel barrow iry WkiufljMiiilii JUck Ckpckens and PddtDeclUI I Miym1jr4ervateIy 1 I MISE L DAVISON W j II tI l i u41ntn Happenings Latest opposite disfavored Robertson harrow Off yearig JOpgJ ii S exltracted out PAIN or S DANGER No charges when plates are Canted I ALl WORK I Done in this office is firstclass e t 11 vertisedV every respect and just as ad mmI I WYSTmARDDDSIS iI Springfield ICyV IQQ r Mr aod Mrs N G Marksll are rejoicing over the arrival ofta daughterfif FORSALE400 bbshels machine cleaned goodV Jieavy plumpltt early hack seed a ts l P S Barberf The ladies of The Springfield Catholic v churcbwiJlservea county court dinner Monday in the storeroom recently occupied bYMiss Wilte Knott jj VFOR RET3 rooms on first floor barn and orchard 10 a month Above graded schooldMrsSailie Epperon A box supper will be served at the home of Mr14 and Mrs i Roberts Friday nigbt Proceeds i loj the benefit of the Christian churchI Single Life was presented at the Opera House Friday night by a company of Bards J towns local talent to a well J o11e1 house The play was well rendered and enjoyed by all Marriage license were issued this week to JT Green and N em Montgomery to Jas CfEdelen and Miss Ella Blanford Raymond Nally and Ida Mont jgpmery aud Artie Goode and rJ Jane White In ourastJsst1it as stated thatMr John Sutton b qDoinI surance on his ptoperty which was burnt on Saturday Feb 111 that was a mistake was in i sured in the New York Undr wiiters a company represented by Durrett Bust of this place The loss was adjusted and paid in full within six days after the fire occured A wOman and a boy who were tramping over the country were arrested by Constable Bodine on j last Tuesday and brCugbttoj town where they were lodged in jatoIt is charged that they slept in the schoolhouse at Ya ley Hill and soon after their departure the Building WasdiI coveredVtf fire which fortunately was extinguished before anyI damage was dpue The Wpodmen of the World now hold their regular meeting every Thursday night in their new hall in the NewsLeader building The lodgehas grown rapidly and now numbers about 18thembers At their meeting last Thursday night Mr WF Grigsby was elected Delegate and Mr W E Green Alternate Delegate to attend the Coriven tiorfbf Head Camp of the Wood men of the world at Madison yule beginning Marbh 4th i 0n last Mondaf afternoon the fly wheel on the engine at Mr B D Lakes Tobacco Redrying Plant broke while tile machine was running and threw pieces of brolfen iron In very direction one piece breaking a large wheel in that pof the engine room The wheel was completely stripped from its shaft one f piece struck she governor of the en gine breaking itThe engine was jerked loose on iS founda tion and only 1brokenFortunately no one was hurt but the machine was badly dam aged An expert is bore work ing on iIt and believas that he can have it inV running order tn a short time t Finger Cut Off While waiti ion a customer Ust Monday morning Mr Oscar OurrY had the misfortune tocut oft neof his fingers He was slicing meat on a patent meat cutter in the store when in sbme manner his finger cape ia con t tact with the blade and Was im med atet severed He bad tb injuytreYaid it isjimproying Chestnut Dune Burned MiYts IJ Lertcumin saffeijei tlv ilk of his thjt stallion Jbtfstr lout tare in the tfrehich de 8trcye the stockyard j of Thoufe pson Gentry tit Lexington last Thursday Abptit One hundred horses were hushed in the fire Chestnut Bard yas a very large and handsotie animal and was known to al itost ever person in the co13n1iTHe w s j jvaluableanimal 1r Lea n man waS quite a heayy loser s4 bebarnoinsuranceV In The Courts j Monday last was Quarterly Court There were d ite a Hum dejifanItanddej George Brand and wife and Nad Hardin all colored were rI seIItjiquorthe warrant against hi wife was led away with leave to rejnstate The flue against Brand was sus ended on condition hat both leave town Nad rdinws ned 50 However awing to the feeble condition or the de fendant who it appeared was un able to feed himself bifinei was suspended until such tTmeTas his condition was improvibt so as toI justify sending him to ail Moore An old and veneral e citizen departed this life vyljan death claimed Mr James P M oreinj Louisville on Wednesc ay Feb ruary 18th Mr Moorf was bOtDI in this county 87 yearJE ago and made his native couht his home until a short time pfi or to his death In his early liJe he wosI married to i Miss Jones by whpm he bad two children MrV E Moore now of Stewart Dry Goods Co of lipuisvillo and Mrs Jas Wingatu of Dan ville Ky Mr Mport was dis tinguished as a scbolajj anawas well versed m History and Liter ature and was aI excellent Surveyor and for year held the office of County Surveyor of this county His learnihgj made him an excellent conver ationalist and his company was Bought by many for this reason He was a man of Very strong sbaracter and was highly regarded by a large number of friends Inter meat was in Cave Hill cemetery in Louisville jij j t WeltV ti Mr George West di ad at his home rfeaf town on lla t Thurs day afters long ilesth Mr Wett was H6 years age and was born and rearedj n Mercer codnty Ky He a son of Mr Hundley West who died five years ago Whelp 21 years of age he was marrf d to Miss Lizzie Murphy also f Mercef county TQ this unlcn 13 chil dren were born the following eleven of wb n wit his wife survive Messrs Dan Thus and Tom West and Mrs m Brad shaw ofthis county JJrs Rob ertHardin and Mrs Wm Fields of Nelson county Mjjsr Martin PDaniel of Marion county Mrs E A Cox of Green county Mrs Jim Sexton and Messrs Ben and Hundley West f Merqer county Mr West pent bis life as a farmer and as aaiin dostHous and successful man He was also an obligj ig neigh bor and stood high in j1the esti mation of the peoplejot f hecopn Funeral services wieir5 condac ted Friday ats the Christian churc bv ReV WflWeand burial was in Ortry HilJ JVt 2000 Bushels Whit SdVOats For sale grown froni northern1 seed that cost 100 jJ r bushel Theseoats made over 50 bushels art recleanedfper acre They and free from weeds id of any kind Bass free Ree S aiding il WantedMl J Wit r We113 W fjfjtclnUp todatedrifling macljjr and are prepared to drill fitter wells fromto 500 jfjtt Corres pondence solicitedV Address S G LOb bough SttVWarys Ky t1 1 Notice All persons having claims againsi tbo state 0 Mury A ROc present same to jjfci properly proven on 6r before March 15 911 PER80NAL Mr A Hy Shultz is in Louis vullVthtS sveekV VtMers Y l Robert E1lr aest Tong tind Walter Bowen wele in Campoellsville Sunday Mr Grpver Shaunty of the SO Army io the guest of his rthar here Mr Joseph Edelen spent Sun day in Louisville Dr Anna Hbbbs is yisiting her mother at Indianapolis Ind Mr and Mrs Edwin Dupuy Woodson left Jtist week for Bar bourville where they will make their home t Miss Gladys Walker has re turned to school at St Oath er ines after spending Saturday and Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs WVK Marks of Cape Springs were here this w kV v Prof G W Colyin and wife visited his parents at Fairfield Friday Wm A Waters Jr returned to Oklahoma yesterday Mr CHris flertlein and Miss Isa Colyin spent Sunday ipFair field t Mrs Hall Mrs Holderman and Mrs Ranejr spent Friday with MrsHugh gal Miss Eddie Shadeand Eilen Wathe4 returned last mgbt from In ianapoTis Mrs Chas Clements has re turned 4to her home at New Haven after a visit to Mrs G F Carpenter rMr anc Mrs G F Carpenter visitedi i riends at Perry ville Sun day Miss Mary GJcasonhas return ed from Louisyille Miss Eulah Wathen is the guest qf fronds here Mr Tom Smith of Bardstbwn is the guest of his sister JS ClaybrOoke Or Gorge S ban nty is the guestrof his mother this week Quite tt number from here ati ended the initiation of the Knigbrs of Columbus at Lebanon Sundays Miss Catnarine Simms has returned to school at St Catherj parents1Miss at euchre Wednesday evening Miss Katie Jdain will entertain Mr and Mrs Joe Clements at 6 oclock dinner Thursday- Mr Ti B Blandford visited Mr Patty Blandford and Mr Frank Montgomery this weeK Mt G B Cunningham was in Louisville yesterday c Mr Chas Baker of New Cas i tie Ind jis the guest of his aunt Miss Carrie Edelen Mrs M W Hyatt entertained at Euchre Taosday The prizes were won by Mrs Margarets Bet tUB Mrs G D Robertson jr and Mrs M 0Mayes Pleasant Grove t Mrs S P Thompson and chil dren spend Friday and Saturday with her parents Judge B L Lilsey and wife Miss Annie Gregory has re turned to school at St Catha rlnes aftqr a vigittp her parents Mr and Mrs L M Gregory Miss Mary Logan Neae and Elanbr Reed were the guests of the family of A L Litsey Sun dayVMr and Mrs Roy SettiPs spent Laturday night and Sun4 djay with Mr and Mrs Sleet Pinkston near Whjisbnrg Mr Charles Marksberry and wife and Mr John Ha din and wjfe attended thefuneralf of their uncle Mr Georgd Wst ati Springfield Friday 1Tb9mpsonLexington Mrs L M Gregory and Ora Merrjtt are on the sick list Mesdaniqs Julia Leaohman Ray Settles Emma Baker Bar tha Leachman Mattie Gragoo and Miss Sue Edgerton pent Wednesday yitb Mh H F Reed Mr Nell Thurman and- daughterLoganNeal haye gonej to Cincinnati Mrs Alfred Whiteman and children were the guests of 1eP sister Mrs Jessie Thomas at Hillsboro Friday Mrs MaggleHiIt9nis visiting relatives at MackvUle Mr and MrZ P Leachmr formerly of this pace who havje been living at Waterloo Iowa for 8 years will return heranexit we ik to make ibis their future bone VVVVLVV i I NEWESI J 1JI I t lSPRINGJYLESlf I IN 4 J J SeprateIVS n t tt J II tI 1Ii I StsjII DayOneg HJNe MathngsIj and Window Shades Special low prices on a ce Curtains I If New Ginghams Laces and s Embroiderier f J Ir lot of Tobacco Canvas at lowest price r 0 IIBig RUBERT8UNGUYBROOKEr r ICqrtPORADI v ii t SaelackBart1 Road Agent Charles E Bolles known to fame u Black Bert was Incomparably the most conspicuous Character In the his tory of western stage robbers Jrrom 1875 to 1883 Blntk Barf is known to have committed twentyseven stage robberies tingle handed Northern Cal ifornia stage drivers stood in constant fear qf this unique desperado On ya rlous occaslpns the drivers were able to give a gojpd description ot his figure hair feettind bands yett no clew to his actual identity was gained during the eight y ars of his stage robbing career He was finally betrayed by a laundfy mnrk on a cuff which had dropped tom his wrist when opening I a treasury box which he bad takent t from a Wpjta Fargo tape in San aPtturedBlackB taslight quiet mannered man of fiftyfive familiar in face to all the San Francisco detectives He had for years frequented little restau rapt near police headquarters where many of the detectives dlxfedW 0Jenkins in National Magazine Gotltaf Last Jt is llof a distinguished profes sor of history that in an address before a woman club on Obscure Heroes of toQ FJrencb nevolutJon lie tad reached tie point whore oho of them nobly res01ved to essay the rescue of a friend doomed to the guillotine sought a parting Interview with his sweetheart before making the almbst hopeless attempt The professor had a moving yofce nod was eloquent rbe assembly Qf women many of them al ready near tears hung Ureathleaa upon his 5Btddy tlc lbt then coughed slightly and went back Biddy biddyV Something was evi ddritlyamlssBetr1edagain Biddy hlddy dlddy doo By this tithe the ladles looked put sled and thV orator desperate Draw- Ing a long breath and speaking with painful deliberation he at length con quered the elusive syllables and sail Did b j bfd adieu rYouths Com panlonV Unconscious Humor Mark Twain as an example of sn conscious humor used to quote a Hart ford woman who said one day In UN iscl spring My husband Is the dat fellow Jim I saId tto him this morning Are you fery hard up just n wT lcertalhly am hard up be replied soberlyi This high cost of living is terrible I dont kn6w what Im going to doV0 Then Jim said I Ill give up all thought of going1 to tbcA country for July and August this yeJr But the dear fellows face changed and be said vindeedf then jOn wont darling I thought you wanted to buy a bat with an algrct or some such foolish nessNQ nqin1 darltngr Jim can always find the money to 1ctblll dear little wi4go no the country Wash ington Star To Hang a Skirt Sew on teltaDd then put on skirt Use a yardstick and place toe endpn top floor and mark with chalk fi the top of Yardstick about every two inches all ajround the hips Thlmark Is Just thirtysix Inches from the floor and tho extra hip length Is aftcady al towed Lay skirt on table and subtract as maul Inches from this length asyou want it from toe floor If two inches mark the skirt thirtyfour Inches in length from too measure and your1 skirt will bd perfectly even- and one can do this nearly alpnV ore Sew In SlMvw After Beams in waist have beensew cd and armnole trimmed to suit hold edges together begi i11iIg at shoulder seam Measure carefully HnUlypa find the center and murk It with a thread If the waist te for a thin per soulpI cf the alve seni Os r tack Jorviijei jaf thiS marks It for mimODd ifaii loaefjDurtE inch and If stout and onebalf beLT lInt nt W followed wJ exactness rfJOU11kOL I- III GOoc1ThtinVour MM gaze on the1VapfiZiflgk r PMM IMHM i41confectionery They look good and are Bii f IIanlACY Will Make YOU- I J l 1- iI I t i I Hungry t I the famiywil- V i1 IIandifyoutaliesomehome ChocakW t iks Kind iihuliaoMi Well made ahd perfectly delici siiVGiveusacall- ITZGERALD I LF 1 llERTE t e r r FARM FOR SHE I I IN SPENtER COUNTY I on Sputhyilleand Little Mount Trsps T frbm Hempridfe Station tI LsRt a I from Tayloriville The farm cosists df i tIII 296 Pores h rJ Of which 8Q acres are ju timber Improywt story frame bouee large barn outbuildings tsfta well wateredV lt 1JlPremiss ocQpplecl iv MJ Diiel W JOb io1befilad jq show 4b0 farm toT prospective pi IIIs See tois place f i THOSLS tW LKP I LEXINOtON ISoir Pork chops TblsisapermadSbFiitheq- uird re number of pork chops and re movo th jm to a hot fyatter stir a tnbtespoonful of flour Into lie slsue Ja the pan and when brown nidthfee quarter urful hot wAter oflqUPte- cuptul ylncrir oniMaalf tcasp pnfqr ullsplce pepper ami n1t Tour thfc rg ravy over the cbopsi 7Cleaning Furs Drnot rye ts hentisJ In l1uJ roa earttioiitynre rcsji tlrrju nil the Unii until tl hInt bcjtouu nx hot n1 tie 1aIIR lull tijnil The bran Is then fubbfa ihonraKlily Ini9tbe fur- Then brush tbe fur wth lrnn lirush till nil the brnu has VWflKvnj Tjbe fur vlll iriJatnM fomerhterV tVVVVV1VVi TQmtoPtG This to fioturtlmt ttifr5 ruocf ialhw pie OneIurtgrt4n ttIJ1ntQ9 c Inrge tippit both rtjppppd Afto pi ann sugar nnl one O tnmon qracKer Wiled fine pnh f alt pinch tf- VCI0ta J1h1UIJtuQ end hi1 r Mxaell tta1 gather mia 4ebetweea twoflfatL- rho Icbasdpm of Pturala Vgs OW ci J ta cdltivntea forcstH over 2ilOPO000 ltAr ffi i thai x1a ecI the 3On1 tMU t ugat Mn u b athe o1 that ur nwltlott it nI 8oW- I1ueJMt4 WV r reflss4 te VayLYVper UOII Co ta Do meii tka lh waxn kJ4IY aoris- arel WY yei Xpur ksISr IULlT ou W rr 4reOI tr- ojflOIIa C- oI tiaEii- i ai at Ps MIl th eo1ebleUd Car 4wto Otri 1 fOlMS ORUWlAlfflVTf- d ic T and c TiPAiiOi ri J ii l f 1If1I aTJ Idr 1 t t lon the TIN jfa Diierter w TWIaRiboIdetiIMter7k- paI eisd not tell It withoat al I rr cilOfllJlg hl deatbt 1 1 WM a poor M Ui I b Ioc to a gM taUI7 DdMd beeweM ieM 4 At UI Jbd revo b4w21 ot W 7 coaaitC ckC cb hIe4 1MatMt siIV i watt Cs tsjgMfottbeaal 1JoIttudtWI ueIItt 1 M Tea tkM faebw the u 1 WM drawl Ut ss a rreIaML Tee was HeX for J was 7SL aM the 4wsi = I wac eM t iHral tiworirt khit who Mite tvyiM to tTfll uIe traiA j ke i tSrtU work AMed to thfc il W tile faewlitTO tMpirtac others t i it baad a arcltoi xndbe s iMkdHT sOU ff tbes3nr Mtkfr bid a brother of whoa I by W MT r brd He was cwaMered Mtr Ibip el tM faiIy dwas at is me the oily childa tif ir Xe hid r away al aNT 4bM k1Nth otherii imwt br w wiMfec a ttee Up te p tile ttIM I IMCMM M aarCWihe badui heN bi4 fri J 4ie eta ttelarfl tkeaghtilk i i that this e Mi AM 1IIJa s ABMrie aad fett a IsctaM f te i aw qaIe a y theides ot theIo r ww ya t 4l did 110 brisk my MHMCtio a with an i MchM tHat gvsaaIIy ceased to at p 1eed MMtiAf OM dy I wai hor yMM at neelTill am efdft to iwsaj Me e the crewned beads if I kw w11 that konld I pifs I wfmW be t1Hlt tufIUIl- l a One advaataf I would have IB at 1Ie the oe4ee t was rich aa4 I Mycclf trOBIuy one who rpt fo Jdli me I tt miMrttu into teM aM dteapp red 4 AkweekilaterrtTdUPb one WtftM t thern states My hair which i I it ijUi 111a light re1D WM black Xr h Md friiich bad 1MB but a few t wai neW lainriaBt My am Ia4ie u little of my iIIIlelt rtaapii t coald help r bss a jail plaatatlol1 and pretead M to iaI tt8L I Hve rfer several jer without tburial boID my oW associate but twr fceettred me that at the hut i I JtW Vtbera I knew that Iab4 Wn ceaiemBea UtI name one adbeeiap4MedteII1sIoe day I aetfce that a new candya a4 Ma4 feeea epal In the villagea I wist laie an4 looked over theG dr It was terj meager and I Iresftjfttwkkla A young woman who iee4 bcbisxl the counter looked disTap eiteA H4 asked me to give an + r Kec fer aaytWag I liked and she weM exeevte It I ia fond of cboco late aM ber to anae me some checeUitef creama She promised to bays them ready the next day and ia4 them to me Instead of sending se btwagbt them Wbe she was an oivifcfirM a very attractive looking per iaIJtaotdestretokeepher away 8be eked me to try her choco Ufiwit teJi ber wherein they did not p Me me J Ate a few of them and I prosoaBce them excellent That MtAtest teMtlsfy her and she left at yaa ttftifek I should hive been glad j ti iMTeber remain longer t the candy shop 12i4k went by cjia more chocolates She told me 11tshek ew of a new kind that slje Ihw sure I Bad aeverje4ten I gave fMr as order for some of them t fflnc fcer that I would not imt her to the ironMe of sending them bet would t 1tillfer thee J did so but they wereI Ifiiiet TCCJT l teJJed again but still l thy bm4 net Mmade The woman J told m jt certala ingredients were rr zetl4pi4T1eI which 811 had beetj isWJged teend W the lty She would txfctg them when theywere ready NMwwhfle I never relaxed my vlgl 1Mce keeping any suspicious per froa my house and both there andi when I wet out I was secretly arineiSI i to the tcetb No one could 4 jilthoat a flghttliat was certain One day tbe candy woman was an iwmiced and I ordered tier to be ad iiittes She banded me the box o checolntw 1ndwhl1eItrledI them msed Iterself with an Italian grey houii4 1 bt Always with me The dog the giytugorarnttheothetend0a and patted him On ftlvnlng the pox I J found the clocohtp in layers c Vew large lint squarcx Jpte two eatt found them tlellciouj The third I 1 threw to the dog who caught it In lit teeth and swallowed It I noticed J Msat the uian turned pale 1 we about td eat the fourth when I saw udof jooklng atlit longingly I toss eel it to him As t Aid so the woman l Yabdek The 4oj caught it as Ifeee There was am explosion and a erf4inui ppattensd oyr te- dx hei4waS ot The woAs ha M ee mlMloed to ureWme 8to WM toedtad aenselesa by the explP IIiL I wM ahQrt rAa iiseiusiiiil t was made between w uuMrcblet n4the woman She w tW eI1t hilleL her man t ceete fall of tesea was teried and the mam was pever agalm seem on is pubVa d br weaa4 which she managed to Juiva reach am anarchist circle They wee marriei and lived together till I tM hieetaMta ieath a few years ago 4i5 rt f 1 YtD IS it iiiA tSGX aci 3eOOrats are col IMiyqe Bombay by the munlc JIIJJI t Wrv ii 6t EatM J jjjji1ua KaaeBacted Jaw throwing stay safeguards around the use of ints coBtalilac white lead The full equipment othe Japanese soMter In winter weighs slxtynine poaaia and in summer sixtysix Lbot centenary festivals will be In o4er aext year Berlin will lead with eevla which Busoni will take port TIle mum ture of what Is called Aaerican style furniture Is becom- Ing am important industry In Spain Norwegian newspapers aVe pleading change o the monetary wilt from the krone 268 cents to the franc ISA cents Tbe Wltwatenrand l district of South frica is said to be the greatest gold preimclng center of the world at the jiceeent time The courts of justice and the school of Persia are to be reformed the pew cabinet with the aid of for eign advisers The minor coins of base metal cents nd nickels are all minted in Phila delphia where nearly 100000000 pen les are turned out annually The British WeIghts and Measures 6oclat1Q is receiving much encour in Its campaign for the abel on of the 112 pound hundredweight the United Kingdom The smallest book In the world Is sly half the size of a postage stamp t la in the possession of the Earl of Dafferln and is an addition of the acred book of the Sikhs Storage battery electric locomotives are coming into use In German mines their advantage being that they do hot entail the risk of sparks or live feed wires to ignite explosive gases Electric cars running from Texas into Mexico must be equipped With ew openings because the Mexicans get scared easily and Jump off In reasing the amount of Damage claim k case of hookworm found In Samoa last November led to a systematic in vestigation which established the star ling conviction that 85 per cent of the Inhabitants are suffering from this par SIte A German in Rotbenbnrg has invent ed a means of making artificial whale bone The material is leather soaked for two Ot three days in sulphate of potassIum and then stretched on a tram slowly dried and exposed to high temperature The annual report of the Belgian Kongo shows that the region contains t present 3400 whites of whom 2000 Belgians 820 Englishmen and 00 ermans The native police force con sists of 10400 men An Inmate of the poorhouse at- rieste Austria died the other day t the age of seventy An investlga tlon of the effects of this supposed pnu per an Albanian called Sterlo reveal ed the tact that he owned over 2rK 000 In Investments and bank deposits More than 20000000000 of securl ties of the country representing over- nesixth of its wealth are listed In the New York Stock Exchange whose transactions while in scope much less International than tbosp of the London exchange exceed in vojun those ot London The picture postcard business In London Is dead said a British trade Journal editor to Consul General John L Griffiths when inquiry was mane as to American firms entering the post ard trade of England The tad was at Its zenith two years ago and since that time has rapidly declined Prince Furstenberg has jnstpur a magnificent plot of land to inter den Linden Berlin The prince intends to pull down the buildings at present standing on this land and to erect In their place a beer palace In which will be sold the product of his Own brewery at Donaucscnlngen The restaurants and cafes of Rome have begun to prepare for the crowds which are expected to visit the Eternal City next yeas on the occasion of the national Jubilee and Its accompanying expositions by raising their prices from pressediscussing a preliminary boycott as a goQd corrective lIn some lands as in our own the trule of the road Is to keep to the right hi others da In Great Britain is to keep to the left Belgium after chang lag to the British rule has changedI back Again dud France after Invest gating the street traffic conditions ol London has decided to adhere to itt Irrule of keeping to the right The Morningslde Presbyterian churct of New York city runs a milk route but It is only for sick babies of the very poor TJe church has carried ISth1s work for two years serving about 125 babies a day Tfjtb the milk goes a trained nurse win aefl that it Is modified and teaches tbe mother the best methods for infuul traitmimt Chief Wllkje of the United States lie acr t service has two fads One is gull The other Is not talking about the measures he employs to protect the life of the president He says that as soon as the newspapers print stories bow tile president Is guarded the pubh llclty reminds cranks that here is an- A opportunity for them to make trouble In Yunnan China girls are sftl sold into slavery In one year about 0 children from this neighborhood wir sold to dealers arid carried to the car Ital In bankets like poultry At ordinary times the price for pjrjs Js tije iulvajenl of about 60 cent for each rear of their age but In time of famine thlidren become a drug on the market iii f i j Remedies are Needed ywe ftttttt whisk we r Met sasJickm would Mt eetsa be M let uses see y t t Jwve be l MM HliiiiiiJf iapislrsil aM krofce W ni tkrosgk 1- JIJTJlt goai irt rwft s r= = rns s tI1N g aere se iwnw aid ebiw1j l II kii WMheis Teupeeeit tiss Mttet Momeb- mtiA ru S aIfv trovMes there M 1 21 laid uDr WGoW M ilDevc itt vsea4 tuiIDeiveoips t j JoiOwr tertr yara witfc gwet tkbetSoa toaIleen PH j LirCtrralk hi tile Stowuk after MtW ifrr ol MD l it of JoN irY QsseIsDIsrrbea te6eithredyI nttIr- re Is It mt Yted astIjusri is a flf1r this asssi5 tI6Ofpywpir iiiwfciiinii r I tiM t sMk llttUbitf rf Bill Dr PWocs Pls Mmt Jhw bowU t ssr t 4 eyto 1i h 1 THE REALM OF FASHION A Useful Garment Ibe vogroe of one piece frocks has Froieht the onp coat again into strong favor and many Indeed are its vane ties The picture shows one designed for many occasions Such a coat will give excellent service for the W as It may be worn In the interI yet will not look out of place WIDE WALE DUQOXAXi street It may also be worn as an evening wrap when Desired The mode Is of heavy wide wale diagonal made on rather close fitting lines The colt lar and deep cuffs which give iheJilr of chIc to the wrap are of lynx The side fastening Is also new aud very god The little hat which Is Just the thing to wear wttb such a wrap Is one of the new Imported veldurs The KCv Deeded Clouao Some of tli beaded blouses are Works of art llor Instance one of white chiffon lIs mull soft and full but guileless of tuck or plait or scrap of lace Its one adornment Isa pins tron of bead embroidery so artfujly wrought that It sugpesfo the work of some wizard gem worker The design Is that of a necklace a light strand of small light colored beads around tho neck froptwblclf hang pendants of beads of graduated size and varied shape small round pale pink coral squnre gold beads and long oval drops of grepn and blue The effect Is strik ingas well as artistically beautiful In design and coloring and It Is not sur prizing that so high fl price as 3918 asked for this handful of fluff and needlework THE BUTTERFLY AS AN ORNAMENT it Is Oneol the Foremost Motifs of the Season Butterfly mottt are very much the fashion The corsage of ono evening dress shows a butterfly drapery IIn Bhaded green and blue metal cloth It was as an ornament pure and simple that the pretty insect In all Its ex qujslto and radiant beauty was first Introduced That was months ago There was a positive obsession for In sects then- Women wore beetles wlpg em broideries perched dragon flies poised upon tremblfng wires In their hair se cured tnpir iiats pn Jhcu heads by means pf butterfly heafled plus A tan py rOso fpr wearing butterfly brooch ps find pendants pindp of translucent enamels sot wftb gems and tbon still moro wonderfui camp the b q terfly Imprisoned In crystal apd uspd Jn rq Wa1IJrNext into publicity came the butter flys connection with dress and the new development of the old Idea Is the phase we are Invited to welcome now The butterfly Is noticeable under tho- r frpsb regime Inasmuch as entirely dir feriH mtfferlals are used for Its mnk jtig jBnameK tinted horn gold silver 5lnn platinup with a spttlng of pre CJoUs pfonea the obvious mpans InIj tao wljprejy the butterflycan be reiv roacnted arp set psjde pow by lactf fur end embroideries The Incongrul ty of a butterfly made of silk and fur would have discounted the of aesemte to attempted l lfwas the suggestion of the beautiful fly thut ills so acceptable and convlnt- Ing and tin miK eation was secured wn8Qitpot thereof which was that ot tIn creature at rest upon a flower Wf Wisconsin Drop Coach Barry GeorgetEhlcr director of physical trainingi Jit the UniversIty of Wisconsin thatt on account of the new policy adopted Jkt the university that ell alhlctlc con then shall devote their trliolo time to the university he will ijt recbm miiid the reappointment Thomar J teamJmake n search for a cdumJeteut conch Barry who has been here throe years already Is believed to bavp accepted contrdct with Notre Dame college luJlIe1ebthqsrI1IImi VonplookJ Maids er mJSd Do your dnughjers help their mot- blet wltjujbe hopsewprkr t tMarUIlIntcoislittsberg Post I l x In disorders and dk ei e of children drugs seldom do go d ar1 often do harm Careful feeding and bathing are thfjlbabk remedies Emijlsionis not only nourish e them most but also regulate their digestion fIt is ac wonderful tonic for children of allagfl They rapidly gain weight and health on small oHI FOR SAXB BY AIl JJluGGaT8 Send same of papcrd this ad fo our beautiful Savings Bafak and 011141 SketchBook Each baoSJ contains ti Good Inck Penny SCOTT JkKOWNE 409 fftSt1LTj 4 Ij q L- iladYfi rro- rf There are various Pc iambus sold by manicures to rempyo stains under the finger nails With careful laws most of these can be r lied upon but If there Is any doubt a joiit a special preparation substitute non juice As a stain remover ipttis cicollcnt and the woman who keeps half a lemon oh the stationary washstand where she washes he r hands rarely will have to blush for th i nnslghtUness of her naUsIIOxalic acid Is also i od bUt IsIn Jurlous to some Skins should be ap plied with a bit of cottqi on the end of an orangewood stlck ip using the lemon the Ups of thc1f ingers can be rubbed Into a scctlop t ii it Later rinse well with dear water Stains on the sides bfi the fingers are quickly removed with moist pumice stone This Is Invaluabl to get oft the firat blotches after pre erring paint Ing or doing any dlsflgt ring work in- cases where the skin under the nails has roughened a little powdered pum Ice can be moistened with lemon juice and applied with an prangewood tick Never scraponway n MaIn It rOugh- ens both cuticle and imll and becomes a dirt catcher rather than dIrt re mover LLt Soaking the tips fingers in olive oil will lelp the skin about the nails In Offthe Sweet Cream Face Bath When a womans faejj te Inclined to dryness in cold weath fthe less she uses water on It the Her for the water II drying andwll aggravate time condition that other ag nta which are cleansing may soothe apd even heal A person who Js w1ng to take th trouble to use sweet ream dally on her face will give thfe best of treat ment A tablespoonf uM cream Is suf ficient for this bath fjfo every table spoonful of cream should be put ten drops of tincture of bjqnzoln This lat ter preserves the Integrity ot the cream and Is aq eicellent application To use this mixture a small bit of old soft linen shouldjbt saturated and Urn face then tboroighly wet The throat and the flesh jlehlnd the ears should also bo batherf Then with the finger tips the sujrface so anointed must be rubbed gently for five minutes This will send the the pores and Iposen the face must thefi be wet with This last wash Ms to x fJrfJrInto soiled ap plication Before retiring time for Ithis work +lip morning must remulq on pIt the taco should bo wjpefl with a lotion of oneeighth glycerin the other seven parts being rosewateij The wash is Intended to have jutCjenoujrh glycerin iIn it to prevent tho strlnseat action of rosewater tL A WHITE HOUSE JEST toiAs a general thing1 Quo 0f the first flutjes vif thP Wlfppf tin incoming pros ident of tlHHIinws siieUUai ly enjoys heartily iw attend to such rearrangements and4 refurnlshings tif the White Rouse as it ay bp neceskary or advisable accordn to her person al taste the size and customs of her xamlly and so on 1 remember one Occasion writes jCoIonel William ook In the Phil adelphla Saturday Et nwg post when Mrs Harrison hud finally decided npon some alight arch tectural changes and had brought h0r architects plans to tbe president and pfced his opinion pf them General jgarrison studied the drawings with c re and noticed that spYpral niches yore left each plainly marked Aj jjisthosaldJ Well my dear hffle iIs o pta e fOr Xlncolh and1 hererjis a place for Grants bust tn4you have left tbrep places for Ves4 Then he fedd ed with well assumUd Indignation I am decidedly opppsqd to so many monuments to Vestfln thd WhIte HouselpMrs Harrison hasJMned to explain what her huSbnndlcours e knew all the tlrnt that ithej yfbrd Vest was the architects cbntr iction for vestl bulot which there were three on the plans whereupon t1f president said he was satisfied and tanded the draw- backfnga to her wJta twinkle lnJlr keen blpe eyesJ Why hf Went Spartan MctqerWhiif the matt What ure you crying t ury gtung Hero who has been 1nuI never to cry for bodily pajni Oh Iltve sat down on a tbee and Im n rajd I muit oate hurt It London Pit j IW TALES THAT ARE tOLD The Horsemans Mistake Just because racing Ic almost a thlaj of the past there is more race talk go Ing on along Broadway than in the old days Every bar that Is presided over by a person at all open minded is to have a few former touts or track habitues hanging about ready to jdo the best they can Every one knows Dynamite Jim Thornby said Joe Humphrey the oth er day He may hot have madda million In the racing game but he had a lot of fun out of It One time he had a string of horses at one of tho little western tracks It was the rule out there to fix the Judge before yon started a horse The Judges expected It Thornby had been preparing a feolt for a long tlmeT Finally he thought he saw a chance and anyhow he had to have the laoaey He set that colt in a softspot got down all his money o I nona OVEBLOOKED 1U1 HAWSE OF MEJE and watbhed it gallop in on the bit at 15 totl rThornby knocked downhalf the people on the lawn getting back to the betting ring to collect Too bad Jim said the book maker Your horse ran third Thprnby climbed up into thejudges stand with blood Iii his eye He reach ed at und behind him as he climbed and loosened the old Colt When he got Into the stand he found the Judge meditatively playing with the hammer of one of these new fashioned auto matic pistols i11 reckon you done overlooked that hawse of mine asked Mr Thornby scowling No at nIl Mr Thornby said the Judge smiling I dint overlook your horse Yon overlookied me vCinch uati TtraoaStar X A Cautious JScot Btonebaven lies to the south of Aberdeen The London train bad drawn up at Stonehaven on account of a slight mishap a mile or two ahead and Andra t1lEold porter bad got Into conversation with a Salvation Army offlcen who had popped his head out of the compartment to ask the reason for thedelay Aye aye mused An dra after giving the desired Informa tion yell be for Alberdeen Im thinking Yeh my man was the reply Tin bound fqr Aberdeen a very wicked place Im told What mlcht ye be goln to doe there sir Jf its as bad as a hiatT asked Andra rather ainuFtnl nt the visitors words Ah was the pious answer Im go- Ing to drive the devil out of Aber deen Like lightning came from the old porter the pawky reply See an drive him north duel haul him well to tie north Ho Got Hit Answer qqptlonsprised If they get unpleasant answers Yes the interrogatory politician too of ten finds himself In the boots of Gobsa Golde The aged Gobsa Golde was quarrel Ing furiously with his young and beau Uful wife Didnt you marry mo for my mono elf he yelled Mfs Gobsa Goldd tossed her head Mes of course i dd she said and if you werent so stingy with wed never have a cross word Washington Poit Steel and Iron Iteaumur discovered the direct process of making steel In 1722 or thereabouts by immersing malleable Iron in a bath otcast Iron A steel mann factory is said to have been sot up by Bepjamln Huntsman near Shellleld in 1740 It was about however fore steel fairly became the laahlon The greatest boost to the trade catne fromBesspmer iP 18JW Tioiuids HaTi Mujr- Trnllc ui Mwcr SISJeCi it How To Pint Oat bottleorcommoeglasswithyourwater Inthetol1yoitheattention There so6rteqSwampRoot kidney remedy correctingrheumaUsm liverbladderandeveryptoftheyiage passing ffectaf orbeeroftenthroughxnanytimesmJldandimmediateeffect realized highest tauseofitalen1arkabl properti hgv medMpe best Sol4by 1lftycni14 a biick dust mont orsettllng stringy ormilky- appearanceoften indicates an un healthy condi tion of the kid neys too fre gnept desire to t i and utj What reno Is tho great and scalding pain in it or baa soon It stands the be Joq shoul the StiI t freebymaihhamton N Y Mfcntioil this paper and SwampSRootIN Y on every tottteT J SURFACING OF COUNTRY ROADS Problems Tint i Highwayj E lineer Must S lfei THREETYPESOFTOPDRESSIK6 Sand Clay Gravel and Macadam the Materials Ued Character of Rooks Suitable For Building Macadamized Roadways Must Be Known InaIf address recently delivered be fore t Appalachian Engineering as sociation at WinstonSalem No Dr Joseph Hyde Pratt president of the Appalachian Good Roads association spoke as follows on the surfacing lot roads The question of surfacing material tot a road is one that is causing road builders considerable troublefor with the Introduction of the atitdmpblle the wear land tear on our publIc roads especially of the surfaced roads is Tcry materially increased It is not due to the automobile alone but toa combination of the cuttingacf1not the natrow Iron tires of heavy wagons and the suction of the rubber tires of jtbe automobiles The iron tire has a cutting land grinding action which reduces the surf ace of the rood to a powder apd loosens up small frag meats which are readily lifted up and tbrwn to one side bYthe suction power the rubber tire 6f the auto mobile The iron tire alone or the au tomobile alone would not do such great damage for the material ground up by the IrOn tire acts asa protection for tie sjirfaco of the rpad beneath it and remains as such protection until blown off by jibewind or washedoff y heavy rains When removed however the Iron tire at once comes In contact with the stone surface of the road and be gins to wear It out The automobile alone would not do anywhere near as roactsasthenot seriously affect the well surfaced rpad It Is the combination of tbe two however that causei the great damage that Is laid to the automobile Pox country roads there are three types of surfacing material In use macadam sand clay and gravel In considering a macadam road the road engineer has many problems to solve He must not only be fa COXSTBUQnOn From Sou them Gowl Roads Lexington N CJ- citllar with the method of construe tion of the macadam roOd but he must also know when It Is possible to use a thinner layer of stone thus re duclng the cost of construction He also dust be so familiar with this type of road that he will not mate a mis take qtuslns too thin a coating of macadam According to the character of the subsoil and the hardness of the roadbed the thickness of the macadam will vary from four Inches to ten Inches The cost of a four inch maC- adam is so much less than a ten inch that an engineer will wish to use It as often as possible and there is often a tendepcy to use the thin coating where the thicker one would give bet ter reultR The character of rocks suitable fot use in the construction of a macadam road must also be known to the road engineer for the reason that many rocks i1renot at all adapted for this purposo on account of their softness goodbindingthis purpose are trap diabase and gab bro These rocks are all basic In character and when used as a top lb verylbInacersib1iiy of rooks of the Other type where isa great variation Jn granites and gneiss in their chemical composition those which contain a great deal of horn blende glvmg the best results In the construction of macadam roads They are however rathor soft 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