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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7TT ttnltwisESTABLIShED ijl r o t iti t TIlE NEWS LEAiPEL II f4 NEW IfttE8 c YOl XVIIII NO 35 i r I j SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTONi COUNTY 4 J KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 21 IJoT T IN trtlJ thik i Itr 2L f f sio 4 p 1 EDUUNON4LIOLUMN Editedi by Misa Emma Nunan uu niiJ feTbe ice cream supper of the iF f Willisburg Improvement League netted 21MrThe contract for digging a l weifaVtheWillisbur scVioolwas rjgt en to Mr G W Harlow j Presumably this isi the work of the LeagueupkMr Ed Scott the teacher of t tbeRockbridge schooLcalled a I meeting of the patrons on tIe tQthl iristi for itheipurpose of grub ii the school lot Eighteen jiNp4nded to his call and after rpJ 4 Rid in ihich Mrj Ana 4 Ipc was elected President yisisrsevi Saterly nand Gabe t Clark VicePresidents and Mrs Levi Satesrlyr Secretary andl Treasurer After thfeappointi t mentof various cotamittpes Jg05P cents was collected to y ward the exlension pf the school 4 term So much was accomplish edin one afternoon through taci and enthusiasm There is a new I tip to date school house at Rock sixpand patrons will soon have every thing in keeping with it This is also in Division No 8 What idVdriTheI jiSxiil0 NO 1 which will be hell tl he vprederlck town school 6ouwon Siturday the 23rd inst is looked forward to with at i cidihterestt divisionleoj Miss Regina Rudd Vice Pres ident oiijie division and Misst Anna Odborffne teacner of thcan EredricUburg school havecart9t tofullyinstructive program ProfG 1Won Colvin 8J1r Hon john Polin will ipk They who have heard ProfCQlvtn will not lose this op pqt l jity of hearing himj againIi j they who have not cannotffblrd i to geiJgVi tctyoui ing ja boui The education of your children JJ t you hftve qot thought of before Vanciy which you should know iMr Palms speech will also bt worth going far to heir Of course the patrons of the Predrlckburg school will alll bed cresent but everyone in the dt Satfis invited and should atc endtthis meeting Dinnr will thorvedt finrely the house will be liedIIth to its utmost capacity for dut catiori4 you know tio the1 vital questionif Kbntticky today 1 should interest everybodyi IThlriy YarsTogoflic Thirt years of associationthink oi It How the merit of a good thing stauds out in that timeor the worth fesnells of a bad one So theres ni plArisshave ased Dr Dinge New Ditcoverj fojrthjity years and Its the best couBh and cold cure I ever tised1 Once it finds entrance In a borne you cahltpray l uicMany famillef 4 have used it forty years Its tsp0mo iualllble threat and long ntedltt clue on earth Unequaled for la SriPPe 8thnia hay fever croup cJl i f1062Trtal bottle ffee Quaianteec t yBa3ilon R21ert6on t EifeDeitroy Residence A destructive fire occurre I nightabout 12 ock which rc I suited in the hurting of the resi dence belonging to the estate of rjUiMcs Sustri Fnucan deceased Olf vlwiairnt Street The flamijswt rca discidyereflvnear midnight and immeda ely an alarm was sound t edHp wevejr bef p re the Df 7 company could reacm the scent ttleflameveie beyond control Most of the furniture in the building was saved It is thought I t1hnfire was caused from sparks ihat came from a stove in he rear of the house as some of tbl1I inmates had heated water earlier inSJ iny bther part of the bundingI CThe loss is estimated at 2500 onSTEnterpriRe i yt Apt Ofwcrlptlon of Bigot The celebrated John Foster thus deJ onIS otras sphere but as a hue and It Is t ra ikt Jt which he Is moving He lit likji u AjBtrlcan buaioees rightI faoraril tt Toothing to the ton1Sttt ajjtU or TfcvllB ata distance ofI tMU coa ti ont side or the oth er rr v r i ij T 7w I =7 tiFr L to J t 1FIVE1 The pis ce of rt Circumference Tray l eled J Editor J S tSpnng6edbas U men and women who haye traveled for eign lands to visit tbe places of historic interest and to look on the worlds famous archir tectufal structures men ana women wbo have crossed the continent to least their eyes upon tbe gorgeous scenery of Gods creative hand These men and women with seeming justice have accounted them selves the traveled members of of the community but how vain the thought There lies one man in the town who may never have heard that Caesar crossed the Rubicon or Washington the Delaware yeta man who in number of miles has traveled five and bnehnlf titnes the distance of the earths circumfer ence and boasts not of his journey ng It is Charley Moore the stage driyer For twenty years he has driven the stage from Springfield to Lebanon without an omission Of more than- efiv days in any year of the sere Counting the days b ving but 300 to the year in the 20 years tim daily trips ag gregate 140400 miles In all these multiplied miles pf travel Charley has never met with ac ent of consequence has never forgotten a passengers nor neg ted to collect a fare V Why may he not witb nnques tio ned right crook the elbow d with deep draught drink to the healld of the folks who really have traveled Why not Christmas day atleast 1N Saunders I IGCI CpLEBkNo4rep- aughandFo Sells Brothers to Exhibit There on Sat urday Oct 7 The Qreat Adam ForepangH and Sell Brotbes circus will give two performances in Lebanon on turday Oct 7 InNavYorkCitythisshowise ents institutions For nearly fifty years it has held first place in the esteem of toe publicin fact of tbd world for there is not a country on earth that is i vIlized where at some time or another it na t not pitched its many acres of tents The sensation with tbe show this YEar is tbeautomobile double somersault in mid air accom ishment by a young French woman nqt yet out ot her teens Foi utter recklessness andap parent disregard of death this actt stands preeminent Tbe heavy car shoots with lightning eed down a slender inline leaps high in eir and while the audience is gasping it turns two- omplete revolutions in space tQEfn dropping with terrific force to a steell platform This is the- most thrilling of all the worlds pasthaV i edas a double somersaulting automobile act but when the truth is known but one and one half revolutions were accomplished This is the only ct of genuine Character that has been seen in this Country It iis a French importation Other thrills are added by the TyBell Human Butterflies They are three beautiful French girls who clinging bythe teeth to slender steeliiwires are drawn to the doom of the tent where by meads of bi1tltnI mechanism they are made tO diVe dakand piourette likeI birds while a battery of elecirc spotlights and calciums bathp them in fantastic colors Tbel act is the most Sensational rnd at the sametime the most beau ful aerial spectacle ever devised The parade which tbe show is giving this year three miles longl and absolutely new In ideas fromf start to finish Over 1000 people 550 horses and three itTheshow is new acd the most com plete collection of rare aritnas jiH America I 1 Parrish Randall 4 Fifty YeiJRS AgoT- he t titantic struggle between the North and r South was being waged The semicen i tennial of this greatest Of all modern wars makes everythii pertaining to it of pe culiar interest at the present time and a stirring Civil War story is particularly appropriate now It is for that reasori we have arranged to print r T II MyrUY rthe North 6y RANDALLPARUSli AutfiorofBob Hampton of Placer Keith of the Border d Thisis the greatest of all the great historical stories Mr Parrish has given to American readers It is a swift intense adventurous romance With some mystery as much acton as is possible to crowd into one story plenty bf realism of what may be termed the romantic variety and a glow which will enlist your sympathies as well as your attention On as black a night as any daring soldier could ask a cavalry captain rode out from the Army of Northern Virginia to carry certain dispatches from General Lee through the Union Lines The officer is Captain Philip Wayne and a gallant plungedfromtstyle in which he describes them will keep you enthusiastic and fairly breathless in your effort to keep up rn You Will Not Wait 0 Miss a Single Line of the Story and We Strongly Advise You to Watch for the Opening Chapter The Big Lexington Trots The greatest trotting meetipp in th e world begins atLexingijoir onTuesclay October 3d and d n liaYoneliaYI tjtinfe this year The atlKentuclyatl o v rftcefthe VanutHalCup theChijiri p ion Stallion colt race the great Free For All trots and paces kbe hejworJtlhej greatest racingt caruiyal ejver known Half fare on all Ken tucky railroads Remember the dates Qctober Bto 14read ad vertisement iin this issue andjgo One of our Not for en HerEEa little tIt ta ner ttable of the duse was jfoklngl proposing marriage to a t sizeNoan when I marry I flonj wa ft9 got iakthehim to HAIR THAT FASCINATES j Who wants Lustrous Hair l Full of Life an1Beauty SeptembeiIttqlbegin ac quire a glorious hnl of hair of which you will be jjistly proiitl during the socialumtf will time Iter you haven Lqd Parisian rondIJo beauty P4 lsian Suge is the most delightful preparation that 4estroyslbetl ijdruff germs and by oo doing re moves in a dandruffj1ailinl ttonist they pcevnt tbe hair from receiving Jfs propr nourishment by ravenously de devouring the saniciinburishment T Parisian Sageipr one week ahd note the ndf improvement Haydonuiettguaran tees iit 50 cents a tjjpttlo Erratic Ono objection It ioems to me against being a great fjtnan said the person Who habltuatdop Ills think ing along erratic lint Iflls tlrnt after padt ceps tryinG to obflteratcttttOmPuk FINE STOCKt j Orithe Farm of Taurman leters as Seen by Far mers Home Jour nat Man While at Springiieia Ky re ceqtly a representative the Farmers Home Journal took advantage ofllje opportunity vist the beautifilf 1dfarmfor the purposes of 10 king over a breeding establishment that first aroused his interest by the class of stock It was sending the show ring Ifis trial owned bv Thurman Peters and man aced by the latter Fjrst wp will consider tImatrons that go to make up one of the best bands of mares in Kentucky itieii it will bo easier to conceive what the great bred youngsters are like and why they are proving such consistent winners Wti Willonly attempt tb consider a few of them how ever for lack of bpace Among the number is Miss Rebecca a mar by Chester pale Jr Sher is a striking bay four years old aai was shownas uyearlmtt at the Kentucky State Fair in 1908 in a large class in which she stood sEcond beating the great show mare White Heart and other good oues She is t dam of the sensational stud colt that won m1 both paddle and harness suckling colt rings at ljthelj State Pair this week Lucy Brown by Denmark c1 Chkf is unufher of the good brood IUUl s Site is the dam of the litx Peayilie fily Thurman Peieis won tirst in utility ring on at Baidstown and second in botn harness and saddle classes This is a really wqnderfuj filly withaction like a vild horse and prk i of stepaway Lucy Brown jrjidamof t99 corking good two rdhl stfid His Honor by Bourbon Kiugv luis colt is in the hands of John Siwiley IiBourbonKIng is a most creditable mete roftlJ1sband She is out of a mare by Eric Chief and her sec ond dam was by Harrison Chef Bourbon Belle is the dam of a stud colt by Rex PeaVIne that is one of the best acting joungstej tore and aft that the writer Ea ever seen He is full of fire and looks and goes lijte a show horse right now Still another greL t nTTfrtTis by MontgomVy Chief and out of the successful old show mare Lottie This mare Das av very handsome fitly by Rtd Bird that is a real credit to to any breeding establishmentt Other great mares in this heat itre a full sister to Montgomery Gaj daughter of Joel out of a mare by Chester Dare wiose own good daughters are also to oe fuuud grazing on hillside ard dale f tins ideal farm Out of these and other equally good mares are three yearlings tby the splendid breederRed Bird ono by Bourbon King and one by Star Ciiaser he by Highland Denmark Star Chaser was one of the most promising young horses produced in Kentucky in recent years but only sired a fewf colts as he died as a three year old They were all good uud amSiisr them tbe unequalled yearling filly Beachwood Lass This handsome Lady was shown in the suckling classes at Bard ttown last year and Von in every ring She was also shown in the model class agaiust all ages WhIch dejatedajtii- he famous Nnzimova of thtJi t dulata stable of show horses atrr This year Beach wool was uncovered by Mr Peters Harrodsburg where she firstin saddle and harne r cjassi 6s for jearlings and the stakeIus offered by the A S H BtoIShe defeated dl that pica the tuprbs Spjars df Anderson county andf also the undefeated suckling bf llast year owned by Reb God byJudEfilly by Bohcm ianfi s IcoyoodandIf Cuddle classes fr yearlings open t 1wEiiarnedii t 1inownirtwasa only Defeated once which was in the tine horse ring when shetI was second to what is perhaps the best two year old tthat has or will be seenstallionI rings this year ygenttljanl the horse which is as iib should be but the year he hart j advanIlagPair and on the yearling divi sion vofHorse Futurity amid the wildes J enthusiasm beating among othurs the Spears filly and the stud cot by Teddy Roosevelt One of the best gceen two year old wares we have ever seen is the bright chestnut Mary Dow ling by Montgomery Chjef a ld out of a daughter of Chester shownIi first in both harns and saddlel yearling rings jln her same form she stood second in saddle 1Gd harness classes at the Stte- Fair in the warmest of company At Bardstown Ky was her tirst appearance of the season She beat Sterling Nichols gooa two year QId mare in the harness class and Was second to Jaquo linann a combined ringrMary flp linO sb d CP n agf et but has a natural trot that Is sensational Thurraan Peters made 32 shows at Bardstown taking seven flues and five reds This baieni in which is found more of the blood of Cabells Lexington and other sires than must any Qther fnmousI State is that of Bestt 4095 He is by Bourbon Chief 976 1st dam Judy Oliver 0406 by lied Cloud 2nd dam daughter ot King 2196 Wilsons 3rd dajn adaUghther of Suns Clark Ohh tf 2575 It will be noted from the above breeding that this horse a is half brother to Bourbon King fitianfi Chief MarVal Kinir Golden Bate t tsrfly and Tattersall On t maternal side heis equally welt bred tracing to King 2196 WilI sons Indian Chief and to Parsons Abclallahtwice Bourbons Best is all that bis nameund such breeding would imply He is as handsome as a picture and is a perfect type of saddle horse SIHiswithers and back are siwp v ideal Fis tail starts t ut at the right place and ginger is not a necessary quantity for him Ire Is good enough with a little mo education to go out and win his share of bjijes with ihevery best that are out this season In the slow pace and troth has few equals and his action grimp and style would meet the rJemandscf thej most critical The excellent liqualitychestnut cblor wins the admira tion of all who see him Tlprman Peters haye noth ing by IBoufbon Best to put in their seco d annual sale to be TwTp JRI u T IT t r tJ BAKING pOW AbsoIuieIyPur The only Baking Powdefm d of t fromRoyal GrapeCrcftmbfTarterN- O t6 ALUM HO LIME PHOtjATTC held early in October but no one uld ask for better bred ones than will make up tbe offering bicb is of the highestrcharacter Many of thernsuckings yesricI gs and pywacplds to be s idc re1 out of tbEJ marea already mentioned atJMyRtx Peavtdeh Alontgomery CtiUsf and Bourbon King One byKerntbcky Ctipice and others by Red Light and Red Bird In addition to thingstewi1 sell theI draft tnrfres bred to good jacks Commissioners 2 ae r Vashlagtou CIrcuit Court1 Ky S Drewry etc Plffs M Equityartha orderofCirculCourtterm19fts1itlllproceedCourtHouseMONDAY SEPTEMBER 25t loll tothelpubllcauctipn Upon t a dhefollowitigA certain tract of land situated iri Washington county Ky on the waters of Glens Creek arid on the Mackyille and Perryville tirnpike containing 25 acres more or less excepting a small portion of land about25 feet wide and 100 feet long which was sold to Dave Bottom This is the property occupied by the late Jas Drewry and is well improved and very desirable as a home For the purchase price the pur s c oruretieslegal Interest from date of sale untilt p ffetfo pre paredtQcomply promptly with these terms QSLEY I CW p c Spoke FronTExperftftt Farmer Bwis sitting In the coii church He tad been working Itry In the harvest field hands were and Farmer Bwal dozing The load tones of the ministert tailed to arouse the farmer until tJlength the time waning the cood man closed the lids of the Bible and concluded tas follows Indeed my bearers the harvest is plenteous but thilabprpra lBVvoftoredfor cradelers and cant get em at tthat Catarrh SijffefcrsJ I If You Dont Know About Hyoniei 7ry It atl ydon Willetl Risk i VrLeltiermany of them continue to uiffei fronY catarrh just because thy do J1otunder stand just wliatBXOMEr ia ITo there sufferers ffayclofi Willet say you dont have to know anything about Hyomol1 except that Jyou breathe it and that It does not contain cocaine or opium or any harmful drug IYou can find out all abiut Hyomei without taking any chances hateyer Justget an outfit todareacThe sim pie instructions give its fairi friialtandi if yph are notWilling to say that Jtiti the bestxemedyfor c frh you have eyer used Haydon Wfflett will gljidly return your money A complete Hyomei outfit cost but 100 Extra tottles 50 cents V New Idea In Judicial Lore The suggestion of a French Judge who presided at a breach of pfomisV suit has aroused the interest of Amor lean men and women Tbe suggestion is that when young popple became en gaged an agreement ttr marry should be drawn up with a clause proyldltrg damages lf1t broken tr i Freight WrsckatjN For tb jf tlajlI1nr iIe r a wreck ocuat the 0 0 crossing ton t mst M earx lest Frianihig F orIt t f nate1neZirjousiyurt fromf vGreensbnrg 7eaaipViirif orcthe m ralille abou43cclock when a lio th bound freight Itramsailto BifebMn tunnnf a tb9rtoboiat4eigbt m1I i an hour crashed iiilc9 Jt The engine andiIee casrotr the fercensburg Traih hMtpemidi sately over when the piatocduited Tfrd car ihI t rain J ofihl rdlgbt freff hfr and tbIeecars imiateiyjackOr1itcepiledi t 1onfud 1Iof the tra ks Fc or Oftb cars w er6 pract cmlly dsUihdSwhile the nionater 6f the 1200 llM w tMoiij amaged IJha iagh north1dtfnd tfreigljkV Htnry Miller ot Lebaao i aictloe was slightly injured tat inpiif Iif while the 1rei1id 6 heW braketnsrn ofthe atetii who alqjumped when tM rw a j crashwit tneVia lttfIihbut1n ry Ah44Ii J4 S rIbl thedanersignalnii lkfcQ fvent tHe 5bllUTou A cro was attracted to iheirtMiaadl tf Batched the rekiQ fcritw work aU d Rdaay iN day f Traitfs on tb ni1l11 w run around tHe Y1 i iih little la t hi1e frIht4tcac Oil thEfUree cJr wu tie layed pass ntoLL Greensbdfgf rJfieW Z trips as usual startiqgfro tad arrIv- ing at the Matft etrt3tros1tS l J j jltransret j 71Attack Vii flgMlng toketpthtlGI P the White curpuscleIlatt4ck germlUdieyLftI gef 1 Jt1tipl 8 fStthe 11tl4 k4Stt toverc tne4li ea UJl bIi eczema saltrhea aiis1ySand qtength naU1i faL r coAdltIonein S SICllJ pt JCP if4 1 tieys and t9ex l Ve frt1rbojd 1tHete tf f bl4 FurUr rWtfle d T if Eraltiy 6aUfv l1aPtintf J Tnpy jnake xlch euitruNrv- egiut builiiip yoiis TjP4 them 5O4HaTEQtrti jebaribn Ky 17A t I6ptl 1lm J 1 Bq1Y Cjbl tMs a- ihMt LOflH4SSld d ugb iF6ft i ietLikilledwhileplaying wiVfi + shs4i M her fathers howe ar JlMiL place She KM iia rtlrt h KMp with her joBiii ijtt lNMih c wJtia the iciJidentociirfW 9 r Tbe ihildft MrtW WMT I lull yardabd ou tUtfriifJ tiie HoMt fo uriT rUg child iM4aM ths little boy BO Ml fdfffittMdlt thabbwasiWb4tOt givs y- acoutltOfLhUEhk t J IAEYI WHEATqLL- I c Lt I rd m1rn ANmbI7t c tn I DE Ji i J TH f9 bt r e J t LI 1 I IIIVV A8 Iii i iQW n V b 1 i I I t j rJ Yi l Lt v 5 r r jI j liii NiVAADU1 MMMCPllLI KY I miaiv xuasii L eSRM JOSEMNL1- NJftMni f and Publishers 7 S It SEP 1911 4Dtrtc Ticket t For tJ iUl States Senator Itai tGovernor iv EDWARD J McDERMOTT AttorneyGeneral mJAXES S GARN For OSWORTHIvlllNJtY Fai3tite JTHiASG RHEA IW Secretary of State IIT C T CRECEUUS pofublic1itrwtion BAKKSDALE HAMLETT e CoihIoner of Agriculture JW NEWMAN r c of CourtoL Appeals J HQIERTL GREENE f v FerJWlreM Cetamlsitoner 4 F XLAIR rXiFer State Sen atorIDR H G SANDERSr ForRafrMtntative Washington Co s 9rf JOHN A POIJN c yI0 e Ekction Officers I AtaweetiBfr of the Board of f Eiectioa Commissioners for UTaalumctoA County Kentucky hs4ttoftIcofSJ Ander soM Sheriff of Washington Coun q tyotb 16th day of Septem IM ber 1911 there were preeent SII J AadereoQ Sheriff of Washing to GovfctY and by yirture of a bie oftee ExoflScio Chairman I of tti Board who presided Lan4 A Bkri and Mar tiaIl Duncan miMlMri efs1be Board appointed by the State Board of Election CtoMBkieioBers who presenled acIwere awqrnby the clerk of tho Wash ito Coanty Qpurt as required 1 O motion duly seconded and carried Marshall Djincaa was pe4eos Sccreury pf the Board r iod Robert Noe was elected jc CJ4srk and Tabulator 3Tbe list of names provided for f law bayiBg been furnished to v ttf Betttl by the Chairman ot t pjiS DMBoeratic arid Rejidblican Coantf BiBltteeirespectively tBNi pocdededto seec thi Ieuocoeductten SICOI 130 held ii tf on the 7th day oi iraNovtmber 1911 and the follow iAft asaedpersons were selected se election officers for said cou n ty towtt Frtderickstowo No 1 RA feompeonmnd C R Filiatreau fttdgesjS T Hamilton Clerk 4i B Oebourn SneriffitMoorw ille Ko 2 J B i irilliaiia and W B Barlow badges T J Settles Clerk r I AIiBgarnevnilii6urgNo3 J J Sharp BdM rittflnngate Judges S Yeaier Clerk Walter Hale IJSheriff l North No 4 Wm M Saun den and Isaac Armstrongf I Jndgee C C Barnett Clerk Cj Bi Graham Sheriff Hesdren No 5 Robert S IWarr and W fl Lay Judges CW Cplvin Clerk D- Bara W ii Sheriff MacVyUle No 6 DS yancy jaaid W P Hall Judges Okey Qioydi Clerk DavelMatherJy Sheriff kPoIsyilleNo 7 Geo W Co catovgher and J M Coyle iadgss George TMayesGlerk J T JSkeans Sheriff t Sprjngfleld No 84 F R Jfealeand N G Marks Judges 0 F Wbarton ClerVjH B Mc Klcoy Sheriff r Springfield No 9 J P t Ede n arid W J Smith J udgea I JlSf Oajjourn Clerk J T hatIiySheriff springfield No 1O Y Mayes and A B Walker Judges Aitl1rSherifrS P 0h6mpson artd Ret 14 Thompson Judge J IYankej CIer1c 1 aWr Sheriff 4irifrove Robt Thomp MM Hood Judges Jeroei Trent Clerk Luther W CicscSbiriff llirfelipf no further bus nile befor the Board the meet rwasijrneffsubjecttoth call the hairman M S In U DrlbtotuIs f es fsie tL ii fSbqbt JCIN to Jw cetch mil fj i s IB a r wvtce at 4Ido otdhorn to effects of car Tim Jiieldtnt wh n lie la 4b driver IZL I w UBLIc OF REGISTERED j Saddle Horses I al1ci 12 large Lares in-1 fbalto JackI Odober141 Thllrmafl PeterS Broadway Aslhaye not seen a letter from here for some time thought would jot down ia few items Messrs Leon Blandford and Walter Badgett attended the State lair two days last week Mr J B Hill accompanied by his daughter Miss Dissie at tended the fair last week Mri and Mrs f M Badgott LIMrchildren and Messes FOnzie and bm Medley spent Sunday with and Mrs PJ Shanahan Misses Mary E Hamilton Lizzie and Lucy Blandford EfiBe iI and Clara Graves Messrs Rich ard Earl and Fonzfa landford d Totnmle Clements spent Sunday ith Mr and MM Sid ney Jphtfgon- Messrs John and Henry Wright by thelrt sister Miss Lula spent Sunday with i A C Medley Misses Sallie Osborne Essie Smith KatherjneMedley Bertha and Emma Badgett Mary John son Miss Mary BUndford Trea sie Mudd and Stella Hilt Messrs Leon Blandford Walter Badgett Thomas Edelon Walter Mattin j ly Leo Hill Richard Badgett and Willie Hill spent Sunday with Miss Victoria Osbprne At1 report an enjoyu Blandford has been sick but is better at this writing We have had plenty of goodl in recently Every one is busy cutting tobacco If this escapes the waste bas ket I will write again soon Golden Rod Thirjty Years Together Thirty years of associationthink of How the merit of a good thing itauds out in that timeor the worth lessness of a bad one So theres no groesswoirk ia this evidence of The ries Concord Eich who writes ave used Dr DIHRS New JDiecover for thiity years and Its the best cough and cold cure I ever used Once it finds entrance in a home vou cant Tfray ft out Many families have ulsed it forty years Its t most infallible throat and lung medi cine on earth Unequaled for la grippej asthma nayfeveri croup quinsy or sore lungs Price 60c 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed y ffaydon Robertson Pleasant Grove Miss Susie Mcoreof Sprint field is visiting her brother IL M Gregory Miss Katie Humphrey ispont Saturday and Sunday with her parentsjiear Maud Mrs Bessie Birch js visiting her aunt Mrs Bettie GJibbs at at Shelby vitle Mr and Mrs W P Meriti at tended a birjthday dinner given to Mr James Hays by his child ren He was 84 years od Miss Margaret R eti spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Sam Humphrey near Rlcjomheld Miss Gage Gregory let Tues day for Harrodsburg where shd- will enter school j Mr H P Read and wife Mr Charlie Litsey and E M Leach man were the guesst Siinday of LeacjhmanINeal spent Friday with VIrs B L Litsey Mrs Lizzie Reed Mattie Dra gjoo and Bertha Leachmjan spent Thursday with Mrs Emma Baker Mrs Rena Schoene who has VbeenS Yankey for oevera1 weeks leftl for Lexington and Wjlinore to visit her grand motjher andI sister beore returning to her home at New York Clean Up jYour Stomach j I si Dizzi ness Headache and Dreams Will Go If you realjy Want p clepn sweettI pure stomach free from gab sourness and distress go to Haydcin willett today andgetaSOcentboxof MIONA Stomach Tablets Take these little tablets according to directions and if at the end of a week you are not brighter stronger and more vigorous just say so and gat your mot ey back i For heaviness after eatipg eruct tion heartburn and thatdisiressod feel ing I IONA Stomach tablets will j give relief in five minutes Large box of Miona stomach Tab lets 60 cents at Haydon Kvillett and druggistsjeverywhere Litsey Misses Sarah RoeJ arid Grace Shehau and Bob Jeffrjes and Jack Reed visted Mrfand Mrs Dan Kelley Sunday Misses Elizabeth L0 sdon and Addie Willett are the guests off Miss Emma Rose Polhi Miss Harvev VanArsdale is visiting in Campbellsyille Miss Eeapor Reed visit d Miss Sarah Reed the last 6f the week MrI Keslur and ivliss Bernard Cox of Louisile are the guests of Mr and Mrs J I Martin Miss Jennie tifeachraam is vhe guesb of Miss Fannie TboWpston Mr J 0 Pol j and daughter Ejnma attendee the Htate Fair Aast week 4 Miss Nellie S innSs js visiting triends here rfi Miss Mildre 4t Price isthB guestof Miss Levinia OCqnner Miss AteHneJox visited her n otber in Louii nlle last week Mrs Ollie Thompson is the guest of delations in Springfield Mrs Ear Bnckcey is visiting her mother MrsISallie VanArs dale Mrs YE D Woodson s the guest of her father Mr J F Gregory COLLEGE GIRU AND PARENT hero Should Be No Impassable Qult When th Course Is IIFInrhedSome general principles areformu laed by Marion 1albot dean of wo men at Chicago Tfnlverslty to secur rooperatlon for a setter understanding between the three factors ineducatlon for women lath first place It is the duty of the college to strengthen not to destroy or over to weaken the fam lly tie Evpry po jfble social and cOp cational influence fehould be called up on to develop he lasting virtues iof the family relation although many of Its attributes once prlied now outworn and useless are ipldly disappearing In the second pi the tho natural and rational method 01 maintaining the in terest of the parei la to have the child encouraged or perhaps compejled to formulate some acceptable reason for taking n college curse and incidental ly to plan for her future life In most casos jthe parent wilt ac company the chili step by step In sym pathy and Unders Ending and Instead of having a widoand almost impassa ble gulf between ithem as too often happens when thja college coursed ia ifinished both parents and child will then find that although their activities may take dlfferei i forms they remain close together In spirit and mutual un derstanding Tbjj daughter will find herself a truly ej ential factor in the homo life and o4tho other band the parents will rej jco that in spite of their waning pours thoy can still lie vitally in touch th interests that ap pear to themorth American Re Iew Benefit In Blowing Bubbles When I wasJHp In the Snranac Lakg region rec thtly I was surprised to see a lot of i ergons In one of the villages blowing jecrup blubbles said a New York vacUlbnist pst returned from his fortnights rest A good many of these Ifcople wero middle aged and Bomepcro elderly but all of them had thjtir clay pipes and glasses of soapy water and were vying with each other fas to who could make the biggest bubble I Inquired ot ono resident If tho place iad becoaje a rel mlldjj were all people who hador thought they had tfeak lungs A doctor from Ne York was up there last winter and Introduced soap bub bio blowing as pneof the aids in the euro of consumption It makes the patients broatho deeply Sassafras iikor Mosquito Bites It is not goQCAilly known how val uable a preventive against the bites of mosquitoes J fleas gnats midges and soforth oil W sassafras is If in a susceptible orson the oil is ap plied at once the place that has been bitter it almost Invariably nre vents the poise iing altogether If applied tqjthe inflamed spot a day or two aftir the bite it at once stops the irrifi lion To those who live in the coimtry anh whoso life is made a bum n by undup suscepti bility to inseq bites and to those who have not j t returned from holi day making frf regions Infested by biting insects t il of sassafras should be a great booci and it is harmless ii an external op llcatlonrDIetetlc and Hygienic Gazette classified And the law ot supply and ft mnnd ft Tut tut Irejolned Mr DusCln StnxV thats one of those unwritten laws that are considered onjy In ex ceptional casesJ Mutual Distrust That new talesman Is glylijg you quite an argument Yes replleji Senator Sorghum Its the same old story Ho thinks we nqed refo jnatlon and jre1 think bo needs tutor Batloai jj i slPiL cW4f III DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING 1 Bon H Ii MoChesney il WH1 address the voters ofiVash- intonCountYbonI Monday October 25 iWlii- t GJE untyHCourt lay at spsringfie1dr 1prith issiisbftheday I Everybody Invited I I j t K Smith Pres C P Goode Vice Pres ML Simms Seckld Trea V p Washington County Tobacco Co 1 Handlers of Loose Leaf Tobacco Charges 15 cents per hundred weighing fee and 2 per cent conmtij Free stall room and shed room for all customers x All tobaccos carefully sorted and regraded by expert handles If you want a square deal and best possible service bnngyoOTtobcc I R1L1 Cfflpbe1GenAuctioneer 2 As You Go Clear ups you go Is an excellent ttext to work bya parallel to Nev er put off till tomorrow cand- onethat many a mother would do 1ciotfies iitheyPony vs Horsfe Intelligence have been asked a great many times if ponies are really more intel ligent than fullsized horses They certainly appear to be But the In telligence of any horse will develop under petting and human companion ship and there is no doubt that other horses If given the same privileges that ponies enjoy and if their size admitted of their being handled and managed in the same way would prove equally Intelligent rOutlng Pork Favorite Chinese Food The Chinese eat little or no beef The beef consumed In the empire la chiefly the food of foreigners Hut the natives are exceedingly fond of pprk and consume vast quantities of it Not only is the native article an excellent grade but Chinese pork istoretailed at a price far lower than thew mere cost of production in this coun try American pork could not com pete with that of China even If there were no question of transportation Gem of Ancient Architecture The Oratory of Gallerus situated on the Dingle prOmontory in Kerry Is prqbatly the oldest place of Chris tlari worship in the United Kingdom It is unique in Its architecture for It was built without mortar and the arch was formed rpyt lrQflire ground C7u placing uio stones In the east gable Is the only window in the building while in the west is the small doorway The building which is now one of the na tlonal monuments of the Emerald Isle has recently been restored to perfect condition Historic Retributions Hanian devised a gallowi 60 cubits KingIbet Hanian himself was hanged The bishop of Verdun contrived an iron cage too small to allow a person conS fined within It either to stand upright or to He at full length for the torture of heretics The bishop of Verdun him self was cue first victim to suffer such a cage Their Particular Sin A school for poor chIldren having read in their chapter In the Bible the denunciations against hypocrites who strain at a gnat and swallow a cam el were afterwards examined by the benevolent patroness Lady as to their recollection of the chabterI What In particular was of the Pharisees children and the body Atlng camels my lady was the prompt reply Authors Not PostedyWills have often proved a stumbling block to the novelist Ono flagrant case may be mentioned A popular writer causes an old aristocrat tci have cbinoised by his butler and his house 1 kScper yet he makes them both bene 0Ithe will Invalid But the author did not know It Goatk Milk Highly Valued Tl ro are scores of foreign writers tand medical experts who mlvocate tho use ot goats milk for infants and In valids in fact there are sanitarium in France and Switzerland that give goats milk a prominent place in their systems of care The milk Is special ly recommended for Infants because tofmothers milk British Capital for Turkey Gold iron copper suiptiur coalj chrome etc are known to exist In different parts of the Turkish proy lice of Hodeldah which in the oplft lob of the British consul there will bo thrown open to foreign exploita ion fn the near future especially all er the proposed railway is completed openintfor The Rent Sheepskin The president of a college pear fbi ton tells the that ho received today a letter the writer of Which a graduate asked for n second diploma He said that he had been engaged but that he and the lady of his choice bad a falling put The lady showed her dis pleasure by tearing his diploma into bits I am afraid said the presi dent be will have ttJ go through life minus his diploma but with a certified COpYBoton Record Natures Law For everything you have hnyo gained something missedycDrj 01thingiI r THE DRY FALL QUTINdT 1 NI A M MO T+I CAVEii For The Home Circle and Private Parifer i 375 ALL AT or L tf A t I ThimbleThe was Invented In the sear lGS4 by a gallant ydung Dutch goldsmith of Amsterdam who devised the thumbbell for th Iswas its original namein ordet t topthenprbtect and cotton The thumb bell has however become a fingerbell but in shape only little change has takenplace in It since the loving Han placed the first thimble on the thumb o alfSuccess Apt to Dazzle Theres a glare about Is baptsee a man rising in the world a tool Ish high opinion is formed ot his It frsn this must be to rise so rapidly e rathings without value or weiti rise the soonest and easiest It Is not always the great and good man who rises rapidly Into wealth and notice Irreveient Youth On a recent day tot a newspaper printed out west a boy s ten bntogrin on his face Inquired thdt pa per pointing to the copy has an account of the man that has been muf dered In Delevan He was an swered in the affirmative when de positing five cents upon the table he remarked with an air of selMmpor tance Well thats mydbd aqd want to read about him Boston Istjerald Snail Millions of Years Old A petrified snal embed dedln the heart of a large piece ol blue has stone was discovered a fe days ago by quarrymen working at Cheddar Cliffs Wales upon some large boulders of stone which were displaced in the landslide which oc curred some years ago The discov ery is distinctly to the geologists on account of the great age of the find as situated upon a very low strata it must b millions Ifaears since the snail lived His Day of Fate An odd story of a dream of illomen from Sunderland Durham Eni land A young shipyard laborer dreamed that he would be killed and be did not go to work in the morning In the afternoon he went to bathe In the River Wear and getting Into deep water was drowned before help could reach him The efforts of his to save him werb unavailing through the swift ness of tho current Loving Friends Never cast aside your friends if by any possibility you can retain theta We and the weakest of if we let cite drop oft through Inatten ion or let one push another away or If we bold ninnY from one through petty Jealousy Would you throw away a diamond because It scratched you One good friend Is not to be weighed against the jewels of thi- earth Passing of thfr Label Suit cases and trunks of returning travelers are ptfsted over tills year with relatively few of the hotel labels which have long been the partlculal pride or tourists Trhe reason given that the European hotels proprie tors are now abandoning fee baggage lobelias a form of in favor of picture cards with which they supply their guesta Youths Fell From Roof of Church A mason named LIttloJohn residing in the Strathdon district of Aberdeen shire Scotland met his death recent ly In a manner ijo climbed to the roof of a church In or der to dislodge a swarm of bees but suddenly he fell to the ground and waskliled on the spot Railroad Cars rot In older to handle eas fly several railroads have adopted a new style of freight car having doors the full width anctf height of the car ROUND TRIP FROM SPRINGFIELDAnd RegblarTaitt 000 a m EXPENSES HOTEL Phone Ticket publication prehistoric Interesting therefore companions spendthrifts advertisement Companion remarkable overbalancing Autonipblle automobiles FOR SALE BY McELROY WHARTON Ko 52 acres of land located one h alf mile ftom town good 6 room dwelling barn arid other buildings fruits W kinds and l peracreO91 acresUf rand 61 miles romSpring field good seven room dwelling house new two good barns arn well fenced stokandtbbacccl acre 80 No 3 93 acre farm located 6 miles om Springfield and 6 miles from Lebanon 5 room dwelling house good barn mostly fn grass fine location for stable stock Per acre 4 ISOacreacre farm Well lotted goou d R Jiouser atopk and to baccq barn good school per acTlr 3iQ No 4 260 acre1 farm woll locatedfine 10 room brick dwelling new stock barn tobacco barn crib and granary allllays well mostly In grass per acre No 6 130 acre farm 7 miles from bpnngfield good 7 room dwelling good arn ond other outbuildings place well watered 80 acres in grass per acre 85 la dweIlinrgelasting springs good well 13000 No 8 SO acres land 3 miles frflm town good new dwelling good barn Pjace well fenced arid watered Price SSN f 205 J1 acres dwellings rooms TI imberi per acre 885 iirassg woodlandt good fwm dwelling stock barn alfo aflo goot M arco barn desirable location ttr a home No 11 2Q3 seres Z miles from town good dwelling 8 rooms stock and to bacco barn la goondNot 12 14 acres located 6 mies front bpnngneld small hoqse and barn 15 acres in timber well watered arid fenced price 2500 INp 13 65 to 75 acres 7 miles from Springneld small house good tobacco barn price 65 per acre Ipr in of in will ijity How He Voted At a church court a pastor had to vote on a delicate tme tlan Either way would estrange some of his flock So bq voted pn llcuilt which is equivalent tq asking tq bfl excused The next day a cojintry delegate was asked bow this pastor had voted on vexed He said The man did not s1em pleased In tact he voted that Ue Jt As ijU A Chinese was learning English cunie nccflss thepassagfl InI his Testament UVV have piped Unto you and yo have not dtipwd yen dered It thus vWe have toOt toot to you what the matter you no Jump tI Wednesflay i 1 OCT41 admitodanceADESIRABLE PROPERTY No 14 310 acrea of land 2 rnile dwellingsto1kgpodTenceacreNofromSpririgfieldbarn weu fenced and watered price Springfieldneighborhood Spriagfie4of cnjtjvatipn pricf 4750 fromSpringfield 2barc1Lcsarmt gooddwelling andbairnNo 21 118 acres located 3J mite South of Harrodbburg 68 acres In grass 6 room dwejHng house and good barn price per acre 75 No 22 Farm 135 acres located be tween tod Texas good 7 room dwelling hopse good barn and other oUtbuildings iarm now all in grass price 33 per sere No 23 94 aares farm located 1 12 miles jLofrpj corn ctib milk hoUse meat house good iewlandPtic5Speracre locate4milespike good new ff room dwellinjt boas new barn 36x60 meat house well and milk house price 3400 Town Property fpcatedgood well 0n the place Pricq2200 Nice tfiree on3ainproperty PricaK50 I MOnumenl If need anything the hue of TOthbStOllelOlljilllelltS orCll1ethryGoods 4 it to e otthrepresenttive hefor buying f JQhn Veria Spfl i New Albany IntiianaS MAit 44xx4449 the question hdIcVflOt erstoodlt bdwbd i llackville Legal Qualification It seems that a lawyer Is Uitof ttf a carpenter tie can file a bIll split a hafp chop logic dovetail MJSM CMIfput theajin a xax nail a wK M 1ncr a9udge bore eiir loss rnote grind uxe chisel e4tss li arid pther like thingsItSilly Saylrji Still UVM Ebb saying that flih K tW lb t brain food comei of am old i ibnguo windbag fretni a ilylli ThQUglEt impJMlblflk wKheat pos bprjis So a Sfwlw chemist kifow Ipg that fish ccjatalned phosphorus put two and two together and broU ht fortasaylugtIatwiU never dl riII m G 1 r IPWIDENT DENTL5TIIII ifEETH EXTR ACT t e jFTHQUT EDJJ I t f k i O OBS gM Jilock up stairs PRING1ELD KY kll Dental Work Strictly Fltltclasstj 1r i JRic flWD JJl v PljiiciuT surgeon V I s V Offic hQrsB to 9 amll lto2pm1 f C ffici Oer flaydonJ8 Drugstor s4 1 j JtJiamptoJ MD I flftk II Otera INn o OtIcePkeJeKo ItIdcncc Nov33 d Sd1 i iv j t 1 l VjFGRIGSBY t ATJORNEYAT LAW tOqe Over Peoples Bank I sPRINGFIELD KY DrMW HYATTS t Office over Red Cross Drug Stori Office hours Hyatt 1030 i W to 12 mi 4 to 5 pm v t f f TjAYS 1kftJIElUnilHECTOR j i r iMn UCIMSED EMBALMER r f 1 TELEtHONEaDAYI9NIQHTT4toik SPRINGFIELDJK ttV 14Ai1IDR tF TRUSTY PRAc11ICALta t1T DE1TIST SOfflce over Haydon A Barber t a 3 lrentai work at reasonable prices A work guaranteed t SPRINGFIELD KY Hailroad Schedule I 720i UL Bardstown JuniiJi 855 a m Bardstown 10 05 a m arrives at Springfield 1140 p m til Np 44 Leaves Springfield at 100 p m B rd town 220 pm Bardstown Junction 410 pmpJarriyes at Louisville 5rf5 p m r dhau Shade Trceh clIX t t tAparagu1 BlapUberjres Rasp Iberries Roses Rbubardf etc 4WitieI for free catalogue We JI 1 3y no agents I m lI F lli1eniueer SonIt r t Lexington Ky t J t if t S i FAREAT HARVARD IN 1850 Breakfast at Daybreak and Boiled a DInner Two Days In thorWeek i IIThe students lodged in the dorml tories and ate at the commons The T food then partaken 6 t with toankfut- VB would now be looked upon as I rison fare At breakfast which was I erred at sunrise In summer andt I daybreak in winter there were doled out to each sludenta email can of tn- a andLgezterllabout an ounce Dinner was the star pl meal and at this each student Wai regaled with a pound of meat Two daya in the week Thursday the meat was 1I10lidayaudI In college language thes aa boiling days On the remaining daja the meat was roasted end to Athena the nickname of roasting days y wai fastened With the flesli went al Ways two otatoes When boiling iAYS came roundsuddlng and cab bag wild pear1 and dandelions were r Sdaed stintTWMj ifiMfc fait supplanting the email beer fttk colonial days This Was vftVwicmt to the mess in jjewter cans whfcli wece parsed from mouth t6 Md when emptied were again J repkU d rbr stipper there way aIbewl v milk and a site of brad Ifci H OlTver who wished lor MOM w1 forced to order or as tt jiraoo wentf seize It from the Utekfa XcMattera HUtorr of t t JIM tli uU4 tat- mw ITTTI II TOWN rii aWiW wmi Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest ii f About Yourself friendsJiJili ILI mud Acquaintances ftIPftffP ftft ft POre Jellico coal at B De takes l Seethe moving picture shcjwj at the Walnut Street Theatre FOR SAL14Ohead of stock irB W Neikirlr FOR SALE One good jersey co mowIfTobacco sticks In any quantity atBarber Pettus i FbR SALE2 coming84year old mules yf H Leachman moEzcel1efltproduced at the Walnut Street Theatre Jut received a car load of the v be LestBDLakeCoho I have a s waiiJl on my place and have lumber of all kinds for tl L W S Y Goodlett COAL In carload ts Extra j quality Cheap Write or phone B B BoIdri k t Springfie41ICy a FOR SALE Good seed rye and whe t1alo good potato onan 1IOnsC L Brady t j LpSTr Between St Catharines andMahton a pair of glasses in S 1thern Optical case Return this office and receive reward- i If you havenlt bought your al buy it before the price goes up BD Lake Co i New hats braids puffs etc j low prices Special orders ken Mrs Williams Try the United Laundry cos work Laundry delivered twice thweekMliiSpringfield City Tailor LoST Between Kpri n g fi e d and Frederickstpwn a blue serge at last Saturday Finder WJl- llease leaye same at Mr San line ofr Get buy Co t thniiice o has re will1an dnightt yterian ti The moving picture show a La teeTuesday night was well attended and the pictures were highly easiig Another show will be held Saturday nigfyt J Forrest Cusick will be up ra short time now Phone im at his fathers Ed Cusick El lemakeany thing you Yish in firs ss photographs Washington R Oyal Arch Chapter No 27 meets in regular con vention Monday Sept 25th at 80pIn AJliRoval Arch Ma onsare thus notified to be pre sehtjor the Annual Electiqn R EO Lawson H P The exauining trial h1Jj the case of the Commonwealth flKentucky ys J W Roberts charged with cutting Joe Carey at Battle ashort time ago wasj heard in Judge Litseys Court Tuesday and the Defendant was acquitted 1 On next Sunday morning the pastor of the Baptist church will speak on Christian BaIr ttism At the close of the ser vice the ordnance of baptism will be administered The even ling topic vill be Thei Life Which Christ Give It The meeting at the Baptist church closed on last Thursday night There were seven addi iions to the membership two by baptism arid five by letter tr Bagbys sermons were interest ing and Instructive and were = 13GFOX Will be in Springfield Monday To October Buy 2jI lute Colts and Yearlings s J TOPICS nftnftftnnftnftnnftnnftAft reatly enjoyed by those who heard him I We bapdle the best Jellicb co lad sell a fnil bushel 80 Ibs Getburt prices beforequ buy B D akeCo Mr Roy Harmon Sl years of age son of Mr Charles R Hay n formerlv of this place died at the residence of his near fath ersLebanon last Thursday follow itiga brief illness of meningitis Mr Harmon bad been in bad health lot some time but had only been confined to his bed a few days Mr Harmon was a del young man and numbered bisfriends by all who knew him PiSupper The School Improvement ii aguO of the Texas JScbool will erve a pie supper at their sctipol use on the evening of Fridayf Sept 29th Everybody invited Arm Broken While playing afl Saturday lit tle Anna Bell Wimsatt had the mi sesfortunebroken She was playing vfithJ number of qhildrep and in the me she felland the othersfell on h rrrhe injury was treated J d she is progressing very nIceJ ly A Treat Those who baye herd lIon H YI McChesney before are ex Reeling a treat when he appears here next Monday He is a very logical and at the same time en te clrtaIningspeakerpleases his crowd Everybody lrthrepectiveis urged to attend the speaking and enjay it YoungBottoms r Quite a pretty wedding was at which ilniled the Jives ofH- r Sam Bottoms and Miss Georgia Young at Bethlehem yesterday afternoon The cere mony was performed by Rev R L Purdom The attendants were Messrs Lonnie Campbell Marshal Dnncan Clarence Goode and Harry Stoy The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs R J Young and is a talented and accomplished young lady with many friends While the groom takes a first rank among the countys most suc ssful business men and is well known throughout the county d his genial disposition and courteous manner ha made him favorite wifh those who know him After the wedding Mr nd Mi Bottoms left for an ex nsive bridal trip after which they will be at home here Want DamagesS The next Circuit Court willI have on its docket two suits in which heayy damages will be asked one of these is the suit ofI Mr Everett Keeling vs J MI renV filed Sept 8 1911 through his attorneys T S Mayes and WC McChord Mr Keeling alleges that be had been employed as Cashier in the Central Bank of Willisbnrg and had executed bond for the faithful performance of bis duties with the United States Fidelety Guaranty Co as his su rety and that on the 9th day of May 1911 Mr J M Trent falsely and uoa liciously composed sigr et pub lished and circulated letter w 3hichFidelity Guaranty Co 1He alleges hat by the said letter Mr Trent charged him with being guilty of a felony in this tthat bad embezzled or felonious- lyl appropriated to his own use money belonging to said bank and hat by reason of the publi catioa and circuljttion of said lletter he has been unable to s p Icure another position although he has made deligeni efforts to do so and that he has been damaged intbe sum of 10000 sthatofOliveriBishop vs Sam Crbok Sr and wife ana Sam Crook jr and wifeflled Aug 18th 191J by Pun 0 Polin in which he alleges that be and Annie Crook 0 Bishop wer married on the 9th day of October 1910 and lived happily together until the 7th of July Igll He alleges that the Defendants at various timlso visited liis home for the purpolus of misrepresenting wife and gave her wrongful and malicious advice for tile purpose of poisoning her mind against him and he alleges that they alienaed her affections causing1 her to1IJstreat and abandon him X X X OO X H OC HXXH O X I l rrI IEverything1II will be shown 7 8 SEPTEMBER 29 and 30pft 8S 1 rt AT 1 i Wathln Shades J 1 I o OooooJLcHe states that they lave des troyed his happiness and home forever damaging hfm m the sum of five thousand dbllers Republican Mass Conventioniu It is brdered by the Republi n County Com itte1r9r Wash gton county Kentucky tha the Republicans of Washington county meetin Mass Convention at the Court House ii Spring field Kyon Saturdy Sept 30 1911 at 2 oclock ijpm for the purpose of nominating asa Republican candidate iftor the office of Representativ ip repre thntne Spxtvoted for in the November elec tion 1911 Given under our hands as Chairman ancljSecreta ry of the Republican County Committee of VTsbuigt011 CoueI ty Ky this Sept 1 111 W F Grigsby Ohm Marshal Duncan Secy Springfield City ailor Your old clotheb mended eaied and pressed by the Springfield City Tailor so as ey look like nevil ilsjo suits jmadeto order seponii Ihanded clothingl bought ndl sold ofFSpringfield Ky seForSale A farm of 142 acres situated one mUe from Perry ville Ky onj the pike For furthe t informa tion address E 0 Clark Perry ville Ky U I For Salelth Iestalo ththercan be seen at the Residence ofr Mrs Nannie Simds Mrs annjel3lanfordo FEFCNLt Miss Alice Haydon has returned to her home in Louis ville after a vifcit toiiends here Mr Conrad Her lelb of New i Albany is bI f Mrs J R Noe atid children and Miss Harvey Vanarsdale are visiting Jampbellisyille Mr and Mrs R 14 Noe are spending the week ii Frankfort and Lexington Mrs L T Brown and Mrs T D Tapp are attending the Sun day School Convention at Frank fort Mrs W D Ciayfcrooke left this week for a visit to her mother in Alabamai Hou G A yestdayInon was here Miss Minnie McCleland has re turned from Indian pQI Miss Minnie Blandfoijd has turned from Louisville reIMiss Mabel Williams has turned from Louisville Mr Wm Wathe i will leave Monday for Florida where he will make bis bomeii Miss Stella Sini ins has re Ii turned from Bardsiown Messrs H L and Bepedict t Clemcnts and Mrs George Edelen and Mr Geoijge Lear and Mrs Ortbourne ed home fora visit havfreturn at ChIcgoIH Mr and Mrs S C5 McGiH were in Fairfield ycisterc ay LIAthe Ralph Hagan farm at Fair field yeRterdav The Woman j J Who Cares Will bo more tha a pleased with Our very superior tailored suits Newest material best style and Vperfect fit pall in before you buy Mrs Williams p Bankruptcy Notice In Unite4StatesDiettrict of Kentucky INBANKRUPTCyS In the matter of JosephE Harmon a SOnDt1911 on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge filed on the 14th day of September A D 1911 it is ordered ahearing28th day of OctoberA D 1911 beforeIid court at Louisville in said district at 10 oclock in the forenoon w as near thereto as practicable and that notice ereof be published one time in TIc ringfield NewsLeader a newspaper printed in said district and that all known creditors and other persqny m interest may appear at said time and place and show cause if any they have why the prayer of said petitioner should notbe tWIEvans Judge of said Court and the seal thereof at Louisville in said district fin the 18th da of September A D 19J1 r 1A G RONALD Clerk By HaY F CASSIN D Cr Commissioners dale I rII KyDorcasEquityLuliaBy virtue of a Judgment andordef C Clrou16urt1911in the above styled cause i shall proceed to offer for sale on the premi e irx Washington county Klnear SharpsleSATURDAY SEPTEMBER 30 1911 thehighestauctionyeantheTract No A certain tract of land linRivetght of Antioch church and known as contnining112acres twostoryframe andusuatIe road from Tract No and contains acres and 35 square roods The above lands include about 40 acres of good timbered land red and w hfAntioch church about 14 mile from J ringstotracts will be offered first separately and then as a whole the bid or bids producing most money to be accepted For the purchase price the purchasers with approved security or lbearinJlelfallnterestpaid and having the force and effect Iof a Judgment Bidders will be prepared terms to comply promptly with these f C F BOSLEY M C WC C Utilized Spare Time One can accomplish much by um tIzlng spare moments Thats right Thatttall girl yonder has read seven summer novels this season while she was dummy al bridge Louisville CourierJourpal AtmmenJ ForrnBids tNotipe is hereby given that the undersigned Street Improve ment Committee will receive bids at the office of City Clerk P B Npes for the construction Of concrete pavements in front of aqd alotfg the following prop 4 erty towit Along the East side of Doctor 1and1 East side of DoctorStreet totheI IAlonKBiptjst church property running North along the andII side of Main Cross Street toIMrs W E Selecmansgate Along the North side of High Street b ginnlng at Walnut Street and running West along 4EEEthe Ifortb side of High Street to theBaptist churohpropertv Along the South side of Main Jlioni Springfield turnpike with Maid treet and ruffian West along South side of Maip Street to the end of the pavementnow c o o 1ach1 i per quare foot along Streets 1above described and bids will be received up to and including Oct 2 19lLj All bids to be sealed thelofficeI proper d1street9i f i d1I pr0P8r1ty1 property owners the cost and expenses thereof as by 1911IIquired This Sept 20 0 F WHARTON IJ P PETJUS Committee I IVQ r Success II The Draughon Training wily take you from the 100aday class of wage earners and step by step elevate you to the 1000 aday class thus hastening the ICESaddreSB1DraII Blind Man Invents Musical Instrument 1willIbyWlthY1o11ln I I old dix for lived tents A Is Troy Is so reco s TimesIII ftft ftft ftftft ftKft ft ft ftftft ftft ISfr Dissolution SaleS I I 11 4 Having dissolved partnership we will on r IIIBginn Thursday October 8 IIrlI at 10 oclock m on our farm onehalf mile rein SpringSfield on the Lebanon pike ofter for sale to the highest bidder theIfollowing property towit Our farm containing Ii 2O2AORES i IIwell locatedheingconvenient to school and church and having brt it good improvements of all kinds Land is all in grass well wateredg and well adapted to stock raising and the growing of tobaco corn fland other crops and has city water works II Tract No1 Contains about 80 located I1ftII d The land will first be offered separately and then as a whole and II = to Janlssee farm will be shown over it by Mr S M Bottoms II I e Personal PropertyAl- so E II at the same time will offer for the following personal property I suclclthgmules II II 6 held of sheep 2 mill cQWs and calves 2 yparling heifers 16 hogs manure spreader fertilizer I wheat drill Deerlnghinder 1 = Tiewrwagon buggy breaKcart 3 sets buggy harness Lset break ing harness 1 good iron roller and other farming implements too numerous to mention 150 bIIs corn 20 tons hay 125 shocks of II fodder 200 chickens TERMS Land will be sold for onethird cash remainder in I 2 3pnd 4 years notes With interest rom Jan lst 191r On person II alty all sumsof 10 nod under cashiovcrthatamoqnta bankable a note bearjngCper cnt interest due months after date II d a Lunchon theGrounds vr iF tjERTLEIN BOTTOMS i S M CAMPBELL Auctioneer II II I II 1t1t tt1t C I t I1 7T Leungto e rRO gi Qctober314 fti r 5t Greatest in the Wet Fhl j UHLAN1588w ie r diJ i IS AF wtfs ThrMTi It j 21000 FUtukity I Tuesday Oct 3 3000 Tennseo Stake TuesdayOct 3 5000 FuturJy Wpdnesday Oct 4 vl j 3000 Mcpo rail Stake Wednesday Opt 4 5000 TransMlYanla Stake Ttiursd y 6ct 3 GreatFt e For All Pace Friday Oct 68QQQ Champ Stallion Stake MondyvGt 9 3000 Walnut Hall Cup Monday Oct g 2V000 Free For AH Trot Tuesday Oct lO c very Worlds GhampionfromMljie IP r mit SensationaPRacing Dailyp j r MUSIC BY WEBERINtFFIRE II MUM t t rz 1The NOTICEfollowing few items we dasirpto call lIito whereby you can save mo7atime get reliable goods I ISee our Blue Wa tIEnameled lot of or r our p ices on 1Ge and IPi Plumbing CallandseeotW Perfectionl H tII ioiIstO I J DIAMOND r Razojse- eourliae FD IJ OKFris kIAtI 44 J all and see us when in iEI EBII lJJQ l rSeptember FJTZGERLDHERTLi 1Is The ForFreshOers Month j 1 I 1We ill again keep them i ifrci j ex tra select Oystwrs HJii IhiPped ndT1y ao jrfcii iie Wile rv them most any timerawj sr r1 1We t k1 l v Bread GaRes anqt f dy also Ices at Any fimeji IJJr r r FOR S4J 1- II PRIVATELYII jT5SMylbomeadd farm onehalf mileNorth of ng1sdJ t HM Willisburg pike The farm consists of 4g34acm WtaA m Jt a 10 room residence large tobacco ndt stock Mni if9lM mest house coal house good 6 toOff1teMat ba IIW mm holds 500 bushels of corn alt new fencisf r f Ion little farm in the county having a ri vr ftUfalf jfi V tiMit cold water the year around good well awj 3 goi fml uand peach orchard good grape arbor of i1 JtaMM wMkiiMrf wberry bed This property will suit aaydoe wttrtttff a aiWathe edge of town close iogodd sckoeljut ueaimss1tk Iin ftablewmyi 1 ii TOA JI t toiJ f a irW i OjNELIrMl p eAst1wIp rthTTJ 1 jft JoB w III T 1 4 j 1lll Ic IcTMCol4rtshipof i M4tes Standish rt l ulrations by 1 i irJefJar zcindler ChHsty 4j i C rFek4 2kPobbsMerril1 Company r 1 JV JfjXChOStandishtl tVv iirt ule Stat c I iic tn1 north ih JacMt and swamp l itbft tread tJl the seaI f JUt p IIi with kardly a halt the I tr et ktemMC r9t wkcUlnr wlttln and tht La eoc9Ot Powd + IIlaNE le 1 nostrils Icfltz ot the forest h went and much WtrenhM Is flYcowort- 1IIi A toltlcc and r MT- fkM YkwtH always ta W4 Iite4 rejected and 3MiOiT a aafdan ftMII M iwcSSiaad b rayed by fri St irboHa JEHMtJiehaei iV t f I f eVmuch to be borne and t It t fMMt Md chafed in his 1Vitt I1 TaJww 5 te kt uttered btamef bAsTffcat sireug 01dler grawa frfas afcitray ifl the harness tJ eetkcpanaitzvaystodo c4J irlUi the wWa naldens Xwa bLt a AAltHfleVlt paaslet k Tjiitili like many others t WkISbJ1tbeht WM a flower Is only 1 Ir worthlaV- I otetJ lM rt vill I pluck it and l WVW5y ant henceforward r andrI TkmJW rtVtlTH In his mind his Aj sirry lat aadisconifortV p WUtekv il MrekIic by day or ly tac aVmliiflirUi foreaLVii iLoIjMthtreenandtheconi f tMlaUeW beyond them t bVA a rt After a tire days march he came J tetitk bhUaa eaenpentV ue ot a meadow be l taathefoieatW St werk1J tietnts and the a wrtftw korrii with wanpaihttaAiMft Ata jje and smoking and w teceU1w VV 7Wi1 tkiT aw from afar the sd4n approach of the white r tjVVt MMTfaHr aa musket VV wjatLto their feet 1dc i tw from among tiepa advanciog t OMhf lw pwtor with Standish and tI iL iuJ a a Pri VVth waa la their recutII h rtrlT f ltktrlbe were these t ana 44seiers gigantic In stature f t jGoJtMh of Gatb of the rIbII Of king of Bashan tetI Oa WM Pecksubt named and W IcrM calleU Wattawamat JteH theIr wer suspend d 4sthitkaiyes In scabbards of wam Ii iJII TwowlcM irenchaat ttniyes with tiluAta ahari as ajieedle CKfcw ar a had they none for they VfJ J1Cjand crafty WXagUsht they ad 1MMwOrda they had learned i tfjh the tradersVV TH to1at times on the coast tOi barter BC hatter for peltries f Thea In thelrt riallTe tQtigue they be fs to parley With StandIsh Through his guide and Interpreter IJMB Hobomqk friend of the white- ailoi blankets and knlvezbut moitly for niuakets arid powder theyrsaid tt J oeljars cteiled with the plague in hisI HSii y t lobetlei1ooeanidestroy his r the Ted plan Sut wh RJtandish refused and said keWouId elie them the Bible 4jksly changing their tone they Sqrsb4a to bout an to bluster THk Wattawuiiat advanced with a iitrI4 in Irbnt cit the other bi with a lofty demeanor thuq jraBatiHfly spake to ttierCauJalnl N6X TVJttawamat can se bv the lery ejei of the pfptaln se VVlaho ot tn prove vYattawamat IB not afraid at the Bight He was not bornVof a woman But on a mountain at night from an oaktree riven by lightning Forth he sprang at a bound with all hiS weapons about him Shouting TVhoris there here to fight with the brave Wattawaxnat Then he unsheathed his knife and whetting the blade on Tils left hand t Keld it aloft and displayed a womans fatebn tkehandle Saying with bitter expression and llook of sinister neaningVI have another at home with the face of a man on the handleV h aMbyt1eT shall marry and there wiUbe plenty of children Then Pckrniotforth eelf vaunUng Insulting Miles Btand IshjWhile with his fingers he patted the knife that hunga1 his bosom j Drawing it half from its sheath arid plunging Itback as he ntqttrdBy and by It shall see It shall eatf nhah but shall speak notV This Is the mighty Captain the white men have Leant to destroy usV He is a HtUq man let him go and work with thewom nYf J Meanwhile Standlsh had notedthia laces and figures of Indians Peeping and creeping about from bush to tree in the forest Feigning to look for ga ne wi h ar rows set on their be wstrin js Drawing about him stll close and cloer the netof her ambu h But undaunted he stodanl lasemi bled and treatcKl th m smcothly So the old chronicles sat tha were writ In the days of the fathers But when he heard their defiance the boast ttid taunt and the insult All the hot blood ofbirTacepf Sir Hugh and of Thurs on de Stand IBoiledi I and swelledl In the veins of his tem IHeadlong aster and snatching his knife from Its scabbard Plunged it into his heart and reeling backward the savage Fell with his face to the sky and a fiendlike fierceness upon It Straight there aroso from the forest the awful sound of the wart hoop Arid like a flurry or snow on the whistling wind of December Swift and sudden and keen came a flight of leathery arrows Then came a cloud of smoke and out of tbA clnuud caraa the llebthiue II t k m Friends Were Assembled Together necks tretaf stood r out or tne iigmmng tnunaer qua death unseen ran before IIIt N right ned the savages fled f T shelter In swamp and in thicket Hotly pursued and beset 3ut their sachem the brave Wattawamat Fled not he was dead TJi swerving and swift had a bullet Passed through his brain and he fell with both hands clutcnlng the greensward Seeming in death to hold tiack from his foe the land of his fathers There on the flowers of the meadow the warriors lay and above them Silent with folded arms stood Hobo mok friend of the white man Smiling at length he exclaimed to the stalwart Captain of Plymouth Pecksuot bragged very loud of his c ragekis strength and his staturdVVVMocked the great Captain and called him 1 little man bUJI see now Big enough have you been to lay him speechless before yoaV Thus the first battleyas fought and won by the stalwart Miles s tandUh WliSn the tidings thereof Brought mdtithV to the village of wereI And aaatrophy of war the head tJre brave WattawamaU ofI Scowled from the roof off the arch at once was a ohurch and fortressV w 1 a1 AIIVwhO beheld it rej ilced an nraleed the Lord arid took cour j t tn a Baocf t L Lier andII1 6iitH startswftiirekstomach IItId nequcnt a fiIItN l rvoua d pafcp ple c tt c s E 1MBottqngrr n n nVIgorating s tQm b I 0V 5A ic t91rt9 tto hnd2piLyr 7 ttSpthii4iuerre burrs Wag Jmult j 1I tIktor L uq aires tdk 45LJ La hy tkIpda coupo of raai MdkjDscovcry i Jiie Liver it 4rr radf 1 1I4 Wiilise 4 1 1Y wit ie i ibdktnct bf unMans J- rJMjjasuIMIft Goldcn faicatlJtscov ey is a eic op xnowbPosmoihaviog I SSptSs ItGi NttrHte plain EntUh on JtI hot wi t i being atttcd as 4ct under oath JIiIItiIft P6 ssguir1orete Sto cb LhTr and Bowels 1t rI i1T1 Forth He Sprang at a Bound Only Prlscilla averted her face from this specter of terror Thanking God 1n her heart that she had not married Miles Standish Shrinking fearing almost lest com ing home from his battles Hcshould lay claim to her land as the prize and reward of his valor jThe Spinning Wheel andIMonth after month passed away in autumn the ships of theI merchants Came with kindred and friends with a cattle and corn for the Pilgrims AM in the village was peace the men were intent on their labors h VVVVVVf IIVHad Built HlmXNew Habitation Busy with hosIng and building wIth gardenplot and with merestead Busy with breaking tho glebe and mowing the grass in the meadows Searching tho sea for Its fish and hunting the deer In the forest All In tho village was peace but at times thb rumor of warfare Filled the air with alarm and the apprehension of danger Bravely the stalwart Miles Standlsh was scouring the land with his forcesV tj Waxing valiant in light and defeating tho alien 1TillAnger was still in hrs Heart but at times the remorse and Contrition Whlch In all noble natures succeed the passionate outbreak Came lIke a rising tide that encounters the rush ofa riverV Staying Its current a while but mak ing it bitter and brackish Meanwhile Alden at harnebad built him a now habitation Solid substantial of timber rough- hewn from the tlrs of the forest Woodenbarred was the door and the roofwaz JLattlcedJ windowpanes Wore of paper Oiled to admit the light while wind and rain wore excluded There too he dug a well and around it planted an orchard Still may be seen to this day some trace of the well find the orchard Close to the bouse was the utaH where safe and secure from an noyanceV taghorn the snow wnlto steer that had fallen to Aldens allotment- In the division of cattle might rumln ate In the nighttime Ovor the pastures ho cropped made fragrant by sweet pennyroyal Oft when his labor was finished with eager feet wQuld the dredmer Follow the pathway that ran through tho woods to the house of Pile cilla Led by illusions romantic and subUlo deceptions of fancy t Pleasure disguised as duty and love in the semblance of friendship Ever of her ho thought when he fash ioned the wallsVof his dwelling Ever of her he thought when ho delved In the soil of his garden Ever her he thoght when ho read in his l3IbIoo2undayV Praise of tile virtuous woman as she cJIs described In tho proverbs How the heart of her husband doth i safely trust in her always How all the days of her life she ilf do him goodand not evil How she sceketh the wool and the flax and worketh with gadness How she laycth her hand to the spin dip and holdeth the distaff How she is not afraid of the fnow for herself or her houlehold- iCuowTxiujier ouscholdlleclotll4with the scarlet cloth of her weavingV So as she sat at her Wheel one aft ernoon in the autumn Alden whO opposite sat had was watching her dexterous fingers As if the thread she was spinning were that ot hIs life Shdhls for tune 4ftcr a pause In thejr talk thus spake to the pound of the spindle Truly Prlscijla ho said when I sa ypu aaJrnJintr nail urtJnnlntr VVIVI r TWfWrl1oi a U1Olect umUt1 nu thoughtful of others Suddenly you are transformed are visibly changed lij a moment You aro no longer Priscllla bu- tprtha the noaPtJfui SI nor Here the light footiwn tl0 treadle grew swifter und swifter the spindle Uttered ah and the thricfld- snavppod nr flng ers While the speaker riot heeding angrSDi fCf continued You are uJ Bertha the spinner jot He vetia She whoso 1 at a sfal1ln the streets VSolthlLmptnI Who as she rode on ier palrey oer valley and mea anti moun talnjEver was spinning rierthrdad from a distaff fixed tdj her saddle She was so thrifty atfdi good that her named passed in b a proverb So whentheI longerHumViner vfill Its chamberEi with rubaicVThfn shall the reIhoodVPraising the goDd oil times and the rIspinnerStraight thet beautiful Puritan maiden Pleased with the praise of her thrift from him whos0 praise was the sweetest b IIThe Light Foot on the GrewwiftcrV Prew from the L1 tabledel on tho a f snowy skein ofIf her spinning Thus to1theCome you mus fact be Idle if I am a pattern for Housewives Show yourself fiually worthy of ing the mo4it of husbands Hold this skein ok your builds while knittingThen whenIfashions hako changed apd th mariners Fathers may talk to their sons of the gobd old tinis of John Alden Thus with a jJst and a laugh tho skein on hi i hands she adjusted lie sitting awkrdly there with his his arms ex ended before him She standing griceful erect and wlnd ing the thread from his flingers Sometimes chid zig a little his clumsy manner of folding Sometimes touching his hands as she disentangle expertly Twist or knotp the yarn unawares for hbto could she help it Sending elec Iall thrills through every nen4iu his body Lo In theni4tI of this scone a breathless messenger entered Bringing In hycry and heat the terrible nes jfr6m the village Yes Miles Stwidish was deadafl Indian had brought them the tid ings f Slain by a pdlfioned arrow shot down In the froof the battle Into an ambuajif beguiled cut off with the whole his forces All the town would be burned pnd all the people be rnur leredV Such were the tidIngs of evil that burst on ftte hearts of the hearer ff Silent jtnd sUUuelIko stood Priscllln her face looking backward sun at the fa e of the s1eakerber arms uplifted In horror But John Aldcn upstarting asif tho barb of tire Piercing the arto1Istrucktoiaijown sundered Once and for yer tho bonds that held him boun as a captive Wild with oxpess ot sensation the awful doHkht of his freedom Mlnelod with Lain and reeL uncon OfteihIdneys Aro TI- Xcajencda byOverWorkJ Unhealthy Ritneys Make Impure Blood 1IWeak atldp inbealthy kidneys t re re sponsible for r liich sickness and suffering kJdutyjIto follow Yuuotlier- organsinay needVt ourSCi i neys most because they niost and Plipuidlmve ttention first Therefore when your kidneys re weak or out of Njrdcr you can unde tand how quicklysyciiij en tire body is a Tectwl and how every organV seems to fair do its duty tf you are k or feel baplynntaking the itteat kidney remedy1r Kilmers St IpRoot A trialvU con Vitice you ofV5 great merit r The mild ntl immediate effect of Swamp Root the great kidney aiiJ bladder retnidy is soon realised ItV stands the hilest because its remarkable restor ng properties have been proven in thp ands of the iiiostdisticss YoushoulSold by drUfcKistB in sfi- ftyceilttul inedol lflLLSVmr sizes itt may tz have tl adiil c bottle by maili yOuhow ta nihHot have kidney or bladder trowblj Mention this paper whe waial fto Dr Kilmer Co Binlictmtop V Dont make any ntis SwampRootsomething iHplacc of SwampRootil von you bo disappointed 4 f Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong cine given you For thisV reason wo urgo you in buying to bacareftiilt6 get the genuineV VBLACKliver Medicine re1i1ble indigestionfirmlyother medicines It is better than others or it would not be the fa vrite liver povjrderrwith a larger sale than all otberscombincdr SOLD ni TOWN P2 scions or what no was tiointf Clasped almost with groan the motionless form of PrisclUa Pressing her close to his heart as for ever his own and exclaiming Those whom tho Lord hath united let no maaiut them asunder Even as rivulets twain from distant and separate sources Seeing each other afar as they lleap firtm tliA roakur atTit nrguInz VISV Treadle do health SnnCfl- one its devloiU patn out arh lag nearer and nearer Rush together at last at their tryst- Ing placo In the orcst iSo th se Uves that had run thus Jar qbauelsConithg t other then sweryipp and flowing asunde Prfrled by barriers strong but draw IJnl nearer and nearer Hushed together at last and one was lost In the other aVORIGIN OF YANKEE DOODLED PertainedI man Province- rVTheories concerning lbe origin of the nlr of Ianifee Doodle have been almost as numerous as those touching the birthplace of Ifomer One of themostint resting and It is thought the latest speculation in tills regard comes from Germany It Is contended that the tune originally pertained to a country dance of tho district of the fprmer province6f Knr Hesse that it was called the hsoIplayejl as a military march by bands of Hessian troops during the war of the Revolution In studying the dances of the Schwalm the German authority was struel by their similarity In Ibrm and rhythm to Yankee Doodle It Is assumaJ that as nany of the Hessians who serted In Ameri ca were recruited Inthls district thoy qarrled Yankee Doodlo with themV Yet while this theory may bo car rect as to the melody It does not convincingly explain Its introduction into America for tho air was played here long before tho Hessian troops came Mention of It apP ars ln a newspaper bearing date of September 1708 and it is traditionally supposed to been brought to tho attention ofhUttj DrSchuckburghBritish army recommended It to theIColonials as one of tile most cehjbrat ed airs of martial rmasicTlie Sun lAY Maeazlno fAtflrWm4n P That Husband arid Wife Who Resemble Each Other Havo Same Thoughts The wojjiau who i n clofp observerI dlqctaiaing with a few friend the matter of roiIeabanceVI often see very ordinary persons 1illo aIdu who look almost exactly like some one eM who is perhaps highly educated or intellectually brUt Han ior socially prominent For stance som man working on tnol streets as I pass may looklike I havecollege proffer seen that of course the expression of In telllgenco and ability will be lacking IIIn other words they are tIme samev typo but ttielf efl ynM jneut anti ox perlences have Leen different It is ttool at all unusual tfr husbands and wIXCS to kook alike especially itthe7 aro elderly and have lived happily together many years The explanation of that is perfectly simple Everybody has seen sucn ca esOria1ew occasions I have been triuch amused at seeing a husband and wile who looked like some other husbAnd and wife respectively That is the man vould look like another titan I knew and tho woman would look like that other mans wire In those cases I could see that the man in each case perhaps a tall4ark man had liked lila opposite a petite blpmle j The action of thought bad been the broN1htloutItbat people who look alike Mine diseases I can Sometimes halt a block away what dl lcnoytt person will bo likely to have I i croupy child the minute I sceonctj I do not mean I can diagnose a caste of croupj I dont know a thing about medicine or physiology but I know the look oia person who would be likely to have diphtheria If cxrosel to It andfof one who ml ht have reu matlBin later in life Its all In the t1ettbink you know or you dont believe thatIWay porol FORINew Jersey Woman Asko a Comm to hold Immigrant So That IIAJoner She Can Marry HimIWilliams expects an Interesting session at Ellis Island wlioh the Inspectors pick out a husky hoemiker ol Trleste and hold him Itor the arrival of his fiancee The commissioner received Ii letter from a young woi an of Jersey City who described herself as an orphan twenty eight years old who had to work all my lifetime foi tar exist flnce Sho wrote that she received a letter several months ago from a young man In her native city sajiug that If she would qendTiIm tho price- a ticket he would crosis the seas and marry herVShe explained that the man wnsUn shoemaker arid healthy She sent flocondcabln ticketfor passage oh the lied Star line Vadefland wnlch arrived the other niM from Antwerp Also she forwarded the healthy mender of bad sobs 2816 in cashIl Bhe learned rf eutly she said that his relatives in this country had planned to steal him ai60Cl as ho arrived and prayept the marriage Shs antS tho shoemaker herself and Asked the commUstoncr to hold him and unite them in marilage as seed t1S she arrives at the island dOPE ALWAYS THE BEST FOOD f What the Doctor Suggests Not Wha He Gives Has Greatest Effect on Patient 7V Doctor said one of those self con tered Rallies who are always extract rug opinions gratis from the medicet profession what do you cpnsldpr the best food as a ciyisfaucr Hope madam returned the doe tor promptly at all limes and in nit places Not a senselesS Optimism but a selfrespecting hope Heaven and chicItnbleIdeclined holesome prefaces and elt upon a robust breakfast of bacon and eggs waffles ahd hot rolls The lady regarded him wistfully for the doctor ate with appetizing gusto As stomach long trained on other peo pies theories concrnlng edibles wasIJ not to be trifled with so she wHsfain to satisfy herself upon a tasteless cereal apd then nibbled a little dryNtoast and sipped a wpcul Cor coffee But the c1QCtor Is bothlngj If not humane between his wafcties he looked teresa at her pleasantly iind began I said that because what J a t doctor actually does or gives 1Is iiiV flnitely lless in Its effect than what he suggests Too Isi truth old as Hippocrates had Galen though per haps only in this age are we jfegln ning definitely imdV intelligently to Utilize It Happiness is the and Rim of lIfo and living BUbstancoj j Is nine tenths say of h greatest factor therefore bdwore of ouconsclously diBpcneing wIth bop Heners Pressing Her C oc to His Heat iVV kiIdreSnrVVVSVV- Ittn r Have Always Bought and yjiich ii HeJi Il1JiQlmlYou cr3o years haS borne the VIgIla VSandjhas bccninadenndcr lib pest ff- sont1 SUPdrYIslo t since Its I faRCy t 4IIov no one to deceive you thisAll Coimtepfclts Imitations and JustosgOod fob fExpetimcnta that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and ChudrcuExperlefice Jugainfit JSxpei ecll VWhatCastorJa is a luiEmlcss Rwhsfclfc to for Castor OnpirttVgoric Drops and Sopjhlng Syrups It is P1d3s tVIIcontains neither Opium lIPrildno areofloV 4SUbtancc Itsagos1tl 8tfdnrmttco norOEher oinJ8iiSand nllny tthcr1Itiseit it cures ank WindColic It re1C Teething Trp Ib1Jcur Cons Ipatlon- Lpiiiid Flatulency It asslniilates tlIc Food re tcs tboJ I Stonmcu i and Bmvclsf giving healthy and natuw t sleepfVrime iUdrensianaceaTho aiothers Friend J jGENUlNE ASTORIA A 4Se rtYt9liBears the Signature Of i toJ I 4Uj AlwaysIn gh I TtsctNTuBycM ANYrr iumlYrractTHcwYomccrrrJ d it VJIVV 55V 4 1411 r t = t i i710 CoUld t Walk g I used tfa be troubled with a weakness oeculiario women writes Mrs Anna hors of Kenny ILuFor nearly a year IJ cOuld not waIf without holding jay sidesS1 I tried sev ratdifferent doctors bijt I grew worsi Finally our druggist advised Carduif ior my rprnplaint I was so amII I 1 fine health at 52 years Ji I CARDUI TI- TonIc 1 We have thousands off such letters an i more are arriving daily Sqch earnest testimony from those who have tried iif surely proves the great value of this vegefaHble tonic 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