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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v i I c ESTABLlSlfED IN l883 Ai A44l44it 4iiW i SEBESVOL XVIII NO 3S SPRlNgplD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 28 1911 100 PER Y RZ Bankruptcy Notice cIIn The District Court of the United f States for the Western Dis t vtrietjof Kentucky IN BANKRUPTCY + In the matter of Joseph E harmon a Bankrupt Oh this 1Stli day qf September D drm11onaforesaid bankrupt for Discharge filed en thel4th day of September A D yYI l91l it is ordered the court that fohearthg28th day of October A D 1911 before said court at Louisville iin said district at 10 oclock in the forenoon or as near thereto as practicable and that notice thereof be published one time in The Springfield NewsLeader a printed in said district newspaperho known creditors and other persons in interest may appear at said time and place and show cause if any they have why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted 1TNESS Honorable Walter Evan8 Judge of said Court and She seal thereof at Louisville in said dis trIcE onthe 18th day of September A j D 191J A G RONALD Clerk By HENRY F CA ssiN p Ced Not Much Lost Two lunatics conversed iu the asy lum yard One had megalomania Said he H dtheynol locked up here 1 should have been a meho end Napoleon Thoughtfully the other contemplated zionThe second Napoleon wasnt much shucks HAIITTHAT FASCINATES Who wants Lustrous Hair Full of Life andBeauty tStart now madam September is just the month to begin to ac 4uire a glorious heed of hair of which ylim will be justly proud during the social events of wInw ter time U you havent used Parisian Sage you arnt on the nigh road to hair beauty Parisian Sage isa the most delightful preparation that destroys the dandruff germs and by ao dprag jrempyes in lashort time the cause of dandruff falling hair itching scalp laded and lifeless hair Dandrufi germs are obstruc tionist tbjy prevent the hair prom receiving its proper nourishment by ravenously de devouring tHe same nourishment Tse iParishiu Sage rot one week abd note the wonderfuWmprove mentHajdonWillettguar an tees it 50 cents S bottle Will RaIilOpossums One farm exclusively for opossums has been startajijjln Glppsland vfeJtorts which comprises two thousand acres of eucalyptus bush land Another farm comprising five hundred acres has been started in southern Tasmania and another of 150 acres InINew South Wale t l jI Commissioners pale Washington Circuit Court K DocasMcMillan et al Plff EquityLullsBy virtue of a Judgment and order ClrcuiiConrt teniP I proceed to offer forsake on the premi nearAntiochville Kyv SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 30 191U at 2 oclock pm or thereabout to highest and beat bidder at public theI lion upona credit of one and two the following described property toiwifc Tract No 1 A certain tract of land ChaplinRiversight 91 Antioch chut ch and known as the Anthony Wells farm containing 112 acres This tract ha good two story frame house with rooms and usual outbuildings j acrQSthe32 acres and 35squar roods The above lands nclude about 40 acres of good timb red land red and growthofAntioch church about 1J mile front Springstoseparatclgahd acceptedforchasers with approved security ort sureties must execute bond bearinjr legal interest from date of sale untili teofpreIparterms i C F BOSLEY MC W CC Remains of OldTime Fortress Archaeological researches made at a spot some 20 miles from Kara Rus sia have brought to at a complete ly Intact etqjie fortress oP prehistoric e1Y1desl11 laid Among the many and various 0Jobjectswellpreserved figures of ethgods mostly In animal foniisad jn a kind of hardbaked potter91sy THP NLJ3A1i1JR Broadway Mis Alice Cambron of Lo- ttore Js visiting Mias Lizzie Blandford Mr and Mrs Joe Medley spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs T M Badgett Mrs Mary McCullum and chil en spent Sunday with Mr andI M alrsArvie McIi1 ire had the mis rtune to break his leg lastWed nesday coming from school His horse became frightened and ran away throwing him from fa ecartPMiss Lula Wright returned me Monday morning She has been visiting her sister tMrs A paCMedleyMr Emanuel Medley is visit ing his parents Mr and Mrs J A MedleyriThe social given by Misses Bertha and Emma Bad ett Tuesday was well attended Miss Victoria Osborne attend the teachers association Sat nrday aVPrederickstown Mr and Mrs A 0 MedleyS entertained Thursday night in nor of Miss Lula Wright Those present were Misses Llzt1 theOsee Parrott Messrs Leon and E searlIntire Walter Badgett Manuel and Roger Medley Steve Par rott and Forest Carrico All report an enjoyable timeitMr Richard Badgettand Miss Essie Smith spent Sunday at the home of Mr John McClain Mi sAnnaB Hill spent last week with her cousin Miss Elsieco H coillMiss Emma Obryan spent last eeit with Miss MaryBadgett ha Misses Mary Badgett andc Emma Obryan spent Saturday Mr R P Blandfords Mr Richard and Leon Bland ford filled their regular appoint ment in Marion county Sunday Thstboys Mr and Mrs J B Bjll viited Mr and Mrs R A Mclntire al Sunday Mrs Edd 01 borne has just re turned frOm a pleasant visit t9r her brother who lives in Chitago 111 WMrf spent Suudfcy with the latters i parents Mr and Mrs T M B 2landford2 Mr LeO Hill and Miss Bertha Hadgfttspent Sunday at Mr J R Hills P1Mrtingly and Mr and Mr8J Att Fields spent Sunday with Minda Mrs Kent Fields GOLDEII ROD Seriously Injurer by Mail Pouch = Mr W T Patterson the ef Qcieot and popular section fore wan of this section was the victim of unfortunate accident ilast Friday morning while dii reeling the work of his crew in the L N yards near tIe home of Mrs Mattie Edmonds TIiel mail clerk on No 24 the fast early tram for Louisville throwsj off the mail pouches containing the mail for the points on ii Greensburg branch when U train passes the Greensbulie train in the lower railroad yards For some rea s Ikon the pouches were kicked offr higher up in the yards thanj usual anda heavv one struckj Mr Patterson on the front of hid left leg bending it back and gtraining the leaders and tendons in the back of hIs leg Mr Patterson was c nvey to his home and Dr R C Mc Chord summoned who straight ened the injured member andi placed it in a plastuer of Paris bandage The injury tis not Mrii and it will be several weeks before he can use the injured limb Marion Falcon Prewrve for Salt Water Fish will soon have a salt wa 11Bermuda preserve covering an area square miles It will be made by constructing a sill of con crete across the single narrow open 11Ing which unites Harrington sound t with the Qcean and fixing a screen to prevent the exit of fish II Si Rose ChUl hNotsI Next Sunday being RosaryiV Sunday special services will take place at St Rose JThe masses will be at the usual hours ThE first mass and sermon at GI o clack Solemn High Mass and sermon at 780 This mass will Ifo be for the Young Ladies Sod ity All the members will ap proacb Holv Communion in aj bodyThe last mass will be at ten Solemn Vespers and Ronary Procession will take place at 3al m The Rev E V Flood 0 will preach on Mary thet Queen Of Rosary All the children of the parish will take rt in the procession The gii virlsla hagteen Rosary banners will be car d by the following young ladies Stella Hill Ruth Keene Emma Badgett Effifl Graves Lido Smith Essie Smith Effie M e1attiig1yJpJaqrkjs Mary Smi h Delta Medly Louis Ryan Sallie Clark plnCa SarricoAll who wish to take part inC e procession must assemble at coecordially invited to attend these rviced Thirty Years Together Thirty years of aSsociation think of How the merit of a good thing stauds out in that timeor the worth lessness of a bad one So theres noc guesswork in this evidence of Thos f Ariss Concord Eich who writes I J Hrtiveugh and cold cure I ever used ce it findsentrance in a home you cant it out Many families alvemost iufallible throat and lung medi Gnegrippe asthma nay fever croup quinsy or sore lungs Price 50c 1 00 Trial bottle free Guaranteed y Haydon Robertson e Futurity at Lexington j Kentucky great Trqts begin d Lexington Oct 3rd and last te islqworlds richest colt stake iis ced Over 20 of the grandest threeyearolds in the country are still eligible and the tieldI ill probably include Miss Stokes 208 jhe worlds champion yearling Justice Brooke 08 34 the worlds champion 11te year1 old stallion Mainleaf f 209 1 4 winner of the Western Horseman Futurity Peter Thompson 209+ Atlantic xpress Margaret Parrish that beat Soorano to the half in 100 0 Mamie Guy Bierne Holt and several others that have won o ra show better than 210 in trials including Zarrine On the same day is the famous Tennessee Stake for fast pacers fithwirHal B Jr 2035 and four or five others Best of all fvere the worlds champion trotter Uhlan 1585 in an attempt to beat his own record This is the greatest trotter that ever llived He has shown more speed than a pacer can trot quarters in 26 seconds and is the pride of the American turf JRemember this will be the only chance to see him this yearI though he will start twice more during the meeting which bcr pins Oct 3rd and lasts ten days Take advantage of the half rates QnI railroads make up a party and go to Lexington October l 3rd Same Old Human NaturejFrom the fresco paintings or worn periodeaabout 2000 B C It Is learned that the women of that time pinched In their plaition their heads shoes with hIgh heels and hats which might have come feela Parisian hat shop while one Woman might be described as wearing a June culotte t Springfield City Tailor Your old clothes mended cleaned apd pressed by tbe Springfield City Tailor so as hey look like new Also suits made to order second banded clothing bought and sold F W Baumbauer Prop- Springfield Ky r ecr 6crcr rEDUUTIONALgOLU ii T v Edited by Miss Emma Nunan voo o oio jo jixr j t Mr WS Colvin thi tea her of Tthaui Springs report an av laterage fieuri Friday and aSSis tbd in clearing fa theJ atr f ofltheseni cc neuntyl that i tioTheSC hahoolt errycompleted Cardweli Litsev ind Bringlel ffhe Mt ZionMoc es lle and Simmstown ho set v been newly painteda da new fence built around the y ird at Pleasant Run The boys of the Graded Sc ool organized their hot ball team ast Thursday Charles Haydonjvas muectedManager They hate a stron erecz team than ever befor ana illan ay the Louisville High Sett ool turday September 30 iRe neyembercourse everyone who can f will me to sen the game and oot Tr for them GradedrveTheSchool was organizj Ion th Friday Miss May Mayes vas elected Secretary Resolved that Agricu ure should be taught in tbePI blic Schools will be debated by the following on October i affii ma ve Messrs Fred Mayes Gas aydon lyor Roberts Re jejrt F Mclroy and Misses Celia Cr igor of Broivniej Martin and Hadgie boy of ty negative Messrs Rlc etts BoulwreRay ThurmanE irrv oodloe Chas Bottom and Misses Naomi Rogers Flora Royalty and Regina OBryaji The Graded School has always i had a Literary Society j One needs only to glance at th j sub jectJor debate to realize tnat it io of untold value as a fntalrl sideveloptnroff any talent the participants ay bavefor declamation ThiS questions discussed are iiI such as are of tal1 im P thortancew thtattlicitizens should kno v about Besides l these debates whic take place every two weeks J about tit n pupils have recitations StEverytional meeting held at R eden ickstcwn school on Saturday tj cohegood things tAinong the nnotitne g ratifying tothoSe interests was of was a crowded i house nf IpJlfffir nd enthusiastic listener and d abinnerhor how to serveOMiss Regina Rudd very race fully presided over the n etin g hile the following inter sting and instructive progra wasd rendered Recitations aui soogst by pupils of the school l lightFl fut special music generou y furnished by Mrs Dr Mcln re an dst two daughters an excel nt pa per on theiValue of TJ i ie by Mis Sutherland Insp atior 11IMiss Flora Watben I jlation If of Teacher and Patron Miss Annie Osbourne Mr Johnt Polin delivered a schol rlvadfl dress on the Dignity of thet Teaching Professionf ar ProfaColvin delighted his adjhences with one of his t pir5ng speeches on Educatln in andqbeautiful is seen by very few VVfi are certainly d lighted j that this lirst Education meet ing was such a grand juccess and Stipe that all will be qually IbourneI Division No who liclped mII make iit so should be c llated Prof Colvin has bed reques ted by the patrons ofj Freder ickstown to come somq evening in the near future and talk to their bOY t The work of the Fri d ricks town school as shown by the display Saturday iis e5celleat and the patrons should ongrat ulate themselyes on Ibecuring t WO such efficient teachers asIMisses Osbourne andSul The county affords no better t = t Republican Mass Convention It is ordered by the Republi can County Committee of Wash fington county Kentucky th- ai t the Republicans of Washington county meet in Mass Convention the Court House in Spring ld KL on Saturday Sept 301911 at 2 oclock pm for purpose of nominating a Republican candidate for the office of Representative repre nt Washington county m the xt General Assembly to be voted for in the November elec n 1911 Given under our nds as Chairman and Secreta of the Republican County Committee of Washington Conn ty Ky thisSept 1 1911 W F Grigsby Chm Marshal Duncan Secy AtTacK bike TiSers In fighting to keep the blood pure the white corpuscles attack disease germs like tigers But often germs so fast the little fighters are overceme Then see pimples boils ema saltrheum and sor multiply d strength and appetite fail condition demands Electric ThisI rag niate stomach lHirer andkid s and to expel poisons from the blood They are the best blood purifieijV writes C To Budahn ofldcy CalifhI have ever foUnd Tliey make richred blood strong s and build up your health TryI eth50c at Haydori Robertsons r Advertisement For Bids Notice iis hereby given that the undersigned Street Improve ment Committee will receive bids at the office of City Clerk B Noe for the construction concrete pavements in front and along the following property iowlt Along the East side of Doctor Street beginning at Main Streett and running rorth along the East side of Doctor Street to the alley jli Along the East side of Main Cross Street beginning at the Ij IItumiirfgII e of Main Cross Street tojcij Mrs WE Selectmans gate Along the North side of Street beginning at Higit1e Street and running West along e North side of High Street iff e Baptist church property Along the Soutn side of Main Street beginning at the intersec n of the Perry ville and Springfield turnpike with Alain and running West along the South side of MainStreet to the end of the pavement now Instructedreceived for the construction said pavement in front of each property owner at so much per square foot along Streets bve described and bids will be received up toand including ct 2 1911 Allbids to be sealed Specifications can be seen at the office of F B Noe the Cityj Clerk as set out in the City Or nances directing tle construe ons of the sail pavements An roperty owner owning property alon g the above described reetr and in front of whose property the said pavements have been directed to be put in put in their o vn pavement they desire but if all pavements are not put in by property owners bids will be accepted or the construction ofsame and they will be put in by the city nd liens asserted against the property and collected from the property owners the costs and expenses thereof as bv law re uired This Sept 20 1911 O F WHARTON J F PET rs Committee WILL SEE CIRCUS AT LEBANONI Thousands From this Section to Visit Forepaugh andS Sells Bros Show 0 Thousands of paople front Lebanon and immediate neigh borhood will see Forepaugh and Sells Brothers big circus at Lebanon on Saturday October 7th Transportation lines are preparing for the dayaod the indications point to a great circus event The Forepaug and Sells Brothers organization this season isieraarkably attractive more so than ever before in its fifty years of travel The per formance is being given by the worlds 4QO best artists the menagerie has been newly re organized and the forenoon parade is a masterwork of page showITyBellsBumanI family of Gypsies Capt Webbs two troupes of ridicg and juggling seals Taylors wonderful monkey and dog circus the Hines Kim ban troupe cf acrobats the Alvo the Alpine and the La Faveite families of aerialists and the fifty ffunniest clowns on earth are a few of the more prominent feit ures There are over 100 big acts1 all novelties and the entire s how is newly equipped and costumed Over a000000 has been spent in building the new outfit and the result is dazzling For many years the Forepaugh and Sells Brothers circus has been the pattern of excellence This year it is vastly improved and enlarged It now travels on a train more than one mile in length Its many tents cover ten acres of ground and it gives employment to 1124 men women and children In the menagerie are 728 of the rarest specimens f animal life and in the canvas tables are 550 of the finest orses in the world The parade was all built last winter in theforeign workshops of the show near Liverpool The work was done by the best artists designers sculptors and spectacle builders of France andy I talylCatarrh Sufferers IIf Yoij Dont Krfdw About Hyomei Try It at Haydon Willetts isk1j NewlLeader many of them continue to suffer from catarrh just because they do not under stand just what HYOMEI is To there sufferers Haydon Willett say yofe dont have to know anything about Hyomoi except that you breathe it and that it does not contain cocaine or opium or any harmful drug You cnn find out all about Hyomei withouttaking any chances whateverI Just get an outfit today read ple instructions give it a fair trial and if yon are not willing to say that it is the best remedy for cdtarrh you have ever used Haydon yillett will gladly return your money A complete Hyomei outfit costs butt 100 Extra bottles cents Production of MercuryIThe annual production of mercury has risen to 3525 tons The United States produce 1043 tons Spain with Almada furnishing 834 tons Austria with Istrla 570 tons Italy MonteAmlata 370 tons Russia NI kltofka 318 tons Mexico 190 tons other countries Including Japan andt China furnish the remainder about 200 tons T rJwr- iU W j UBSCRlr7JON 1OAEARI f 1 Jtt OYA BArnGpowiE P Absolutely Pure cc MAKES HOME BAKING EY Lighl Biscuit FFFlue Puddings Flaky CrUfs- A L-t The only Baklnp Powder iBade from Royal Grape Cream ot Tartar LEBANONLOCjj From The Falcon Miss Evelyn Harmoq daugh ter of the late Taylor HarmOn off this coiiiity and Mr Lewis E Sharp a successful Boy le county ffarmer were married in Lebanon Wednesday Dr A 6 Mbffett officiating The opular yonnr couple have many friends who wish for them happiness and success Miss Mary A Knott and Mr Thos H Mattmerly a popular young couple of the Chicago neighborhoocl were married at Chicago Tuesday Rey Father N Werner officiating Miss Lizzie Clark daughter of Mr Thomas Clark of Holy Cross and Mr W JtMndd ot Washington county will be mar led at Holy Jross next Tuesday Rev Father Zoellef willjipro ounce the ceremony Mr Ed Qwens who js qrn ployed witha concrete pang working in the local rail road ards was painfully and probab ly seriously injured yesterday hfterrioon about 2 oclock He a attempted to get ona moving freight train and missing bis Tootingf was thrown violently td the ground His back was twisted and he received a number of v cuts and bruises He was cOn eyed to Elizabeth Hospital Big Fire In Louisville Three men are believed have been killed tour were injured acd a financial loss estimated at 450000 was incurred as a result of fire which completly destroyed the wholesale millinery housej of David Baird Son West Maio Street at 7 oclock last night Cannon Byera milliners the Kentucky Wall taper Cqmpany and thfe Fail banksMorse Jompany are als5 heavy losers The Baird lossis estimated at 300000 that of Cannon Byers 75000 and kthe remaipder equally diyidecfc etween the other two com poiesThe loss is largely covered by insurance Cotlapse of a waif at 11 oclock last night some time after the tire had beeQ under control un der which the three Salvage Corpsmen wef caught caused i r I the deatbof all three men Fdnr other men were seriops y andpainfully Injured dutng leprogress of the lice Falltg timbers caught one a gas JXr plosion burned the face of lw 6 t other firempp while a third i as hurtby failing fragments The fire vvjas tie most spec ttI cnlar in Ldu sviile for m riy year4 Thousands bfj specfat rs crowded 169 streets Jor bloka and watched th firemen at lleit work as tI1nv battled with the flameSf Cordons of police w recalled to tfotd the throng id check whicbstrained- iineLauiayille ftffftif ttr Heralill lB pt 24th t i or 5ate A farm h 142 acres situ fedtt one mile Irom Pprry riliejky jcla ibepike For further infor nar tibn addres j E Glarl PerrysIlle y I ITO THE PUBtIC I How totSave Money t eie Drg I Here i what I havejto ay andyou will agree with me and see Jack Frost is near und will be here as he appears ypn will say well my old winter clcthes 4 and oyer coat are not tit to feat a they arevdirlyand fnlof tats1u just stopaad thi k oflf the man thaf repairs IIaake them look like new and then another winter they will do where otherwise you big n oney would be spent where h old onescCld be fixed7 foYfew cents and to convmce you f the fact bring your old cloth as to the Springfield Citfy Tar in stacks and when they lleave shop to you they will fi andIilopk like new Also7 fUi end overcoats made Ito order Give me a Call r i5 F W BAUMBAEBR Springfield City liilorC Had a Protect Comlnf Ethel iafdJMr Brown wit 7oU1o gtve that young nail et yowii a little message from me Ys father paid Ethel blushing Tip him that your mother and lath ff domt object to big gas bills but t y oW Jetit to his cning tha I iag JJper away with him when be TeLf1rltBltl t Ii DR1LLjIII tI IJ fv i 1 l 1 f 1ik1 Price 45Q iit i SOlq7bN jul-th1 I i c i f IJ AL i t t9r f f J iq5S tt II t aJ 1 i i Lii 5 r rrT i spLKYRJ r tf DnYTJmsDAY f hJAMES L HOE JOSEPH POUN L Editors and Publishers J THURSDAY SEP 1911 n Democratic TicketC x t For United States SenatorinOLLIE Mr f For Governor JAMES B McCREARY 4t For LieutenantGovernor y EDWARD J McDERMOTT JI f f For AttorneyGeneral k f JAMES S GAENETT lot r For Auditor f J HENRY B03WQRTH For State Treasurer THOMAS GRHEA For Secretary of State tii C F CRECELIUS For Supt of Public Instruction BARKSDALE HAMLETT For GemmUsibner of Agriculture I1 l r JWNEWMAN S For Clerk of Court of Appeals ROBERT 1 GREENE For Railroad Commissioner Ws F KLAIRgf For State Senator fih DRHG SANDERS t ForjRepresentatlveWashin8mn Co JOHNAPOLIN 3 fIJ J School Notes From Division JI No 3 t Poring the week two new 4 Tlif School Improvement Leagues hap been organized On patrons4rand citizens of Independence school1 tmet in compliance with 51 the Request of the teacher Hed i PIiDedman The visltln teachers were James Me Williams andy E d Scott Alter talks by the trustee teachers and visiting teachers the organization was fj regulair meeting set for Thursday night Sept 26 To which are invited for the purpose of organizing a Division Round Table teachers trustees and all persons interested educational progress r By request of our Division Organizer Williams the people oft SeptStIf d 23 Xheie were fortyfive adult t and the school present at the organization Then J B Mor J i rison with a few well chosen re marks introduced the Division f f 4 rtrgamizer who spoke of history and object of the 131 r After which the organization l followed N t Mrs Georgia Pinkstog was elected President Miss Pearl ti Smothers Vic PresidentIiMisS t M Mattie Scott Secretary an r Treasurer Committees wert Iappointid on inside improv runt outside improvement and j visitingf organization the League f 1was entertained by recitations t and songs by the school f The League adjourned to meet f Saturday Sept SO at 1 p m JoB MORRISON AitacKblke Tigers r i jt In fighting to keep the blood pure d the white corpuscles attack disease germs like tigers Btlt often germs multiply so fast the little fighters are f overceme Then see pimples bolls 4 eczema saltrheum and sores multiply t and strength and appetite fall This 1I condition demand Electric Bitters 0 tf kidfblood They are the best blood oAf I Tracy Calif I have ever found stropsTrthemy i Hillfboro r j J I busyrJ putting their tobacco lrsSalUe Terrell spent Suet day with her brother Mr J M b r Shields and family at this place CUr Jerome Colvin and family r Mrs Fanny Prather Mrs Pope Addie Bishop and Mr f Sanford Yobum spent Sunday with MrTom Prather and wife v sear here 1 Mrs John Armstrong and r daughter pent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Erastns Perkins of urgIr and family of TMxt Valley Hlllfol spent last iir Wednesd1 and Thursday with 4r S G Btddicks and familyI Mrs Davis Hines and children- have rtturned hqme afte wPd Jl oIWHkaby withi i ertather Mr k t Shf8 li r sad family at this t th M- tf MrLlis HarIowandV Ue aY wt Sa4w4ay and Sunday with 111 i l kif iathe Mr John Harlow and 1 llrtbia pl es MraturdaY11ftf l J ltndtistaa DerinR tint Piiday and Saturday with brother at this place Mr Gi 0 Foster and family spent S tUEday and Sunday with he fAjujy of Mr J M Shields who I igio better Little Thelma Perkins is spending this weeK with her grandlather Mr John Arm st trong 4 Mrs A Sutton spent Sunday ith the family of Mr J A oulter of near here Miss Myrtle Armstrong was Wmi burg shopping Monday Mr Joe Scott and wife of 111 spent Wednesday and Thursday with Mr John Crow and fatally ItLitsey i Mr fKesler and Miss Bernard Cox have returnard to their homes after a weeks visit to Mr and Mrs J I Martin Miss Nannie Thompson has been visiting Mass Jennie Leach manMis1JHaryey fVanarsdale has returned home after visiting friends m Cambellsville Miss Susie Edgerton is the uest of relatives in Bloomfieldj Mrs Carlisle turned to her home in Middles boro Misses Alice Hayden Eliza beth Logsdon and Addie Willett have returned to their homes door being tale guests oj Miss Emma Rose Polin for the past meek Mr Mitt Leacbman left Tues day to enter school at Bowling Green Miss Francis Martin spent Sunday with Mrs E D Wood Son Antioch Hello Here we are again after a long absence hopuig for admittance m the columns of the dear old NewsLeader Rey S F Jones began a series of meetings at Antioch Friday nrght 4 Mr AcT Moore visited his sister Mrs Esther Hammack near Wakefield Ky one day last week Mrs Chris Jenkins and daugh fer Miss Ada of Wardsrille at tended meeting at Antioch Fri Iday night Mrs Eunice Sill ami children beLr parents Moore Thursday Mr ThomasVowels and Miss atltended meeting ut Fairview last ISundayIdMrsi Eliza Ross who has been visiting relatives in this yicimty for some weeks has gone to Wakefield for a short js tay with her sister Mrs Esther UammacH Oh my We are gelling very anxious to hear rom Bill Brains as tie has been absent or so long we fear some mischie has be fallen him Wake up Bilhe and come again with your news letters Mrs D D Wells and daughter Ruby spent last Friday with Mr and Mrs Wade Wells of Popular Flat 1 anpIspent Wednesday night with Mrs ArJ Moore Mr Will Trent went to Pair view today and as be had not been since the day before he justI spent half of the day tbifs Hoping this short letter will = ULICTAL11 20 lRegistered Saddle Horses 12 Large Brood mares srto Jack J = =F f t C OGG OOOOOG OGt 000 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 MonumeI 1 e 4 aIr tent 0 icy U If in ofanything tlu line of I Tombstone Monuments orCeiietery foods i it will pay you to see our repre mtative before buying 9 John Veriafcf on9 New Albany lhtiia 4 f Local representative E P DED1VL s 000 00 L PUBLIC t ALE rr OP Land and Live StockNEAR WILLISBURG KYIt WillisburgancPolini Thursday October 12 at 111 oclock pmt Offer for sale the following property r Some extra good andwell bred young mares in pal 3or 4 good horn 5 or 6 good young milk cows pair good 3yearold virk mules some weanling mules some calves some hogs goodrubber tire bug w good storm buggy 5 ACRES LAND This farm is wtlIlocatedconvenient to churrhi and achoo has n it an utytracts and then as a whole and sold the way it brinra the miwt npmy Tract No 160 Acres good 6 room house wi new shingle roof and in good condition good barn and other outbuildings go j well and new cistern Tract No 24Q Acres mostly all good tobacco nd no improvement oUtbuddLnsTERMS PR W w HYATT S M CAMPBELL Auctioneer escape the wante basket will try and do better in the future than we have in the past month towards the NewsLeader TANCiE FoOT Queer Physical Facts Matters In geography nnd physics appear to get a Iltuc mixed nt times Tho mouth of the Mississippi Is sev eral miles farther from the center of the earth than its source so that It actually runs uphill Also tho eastern end of the Panama canal Is further west than the western end It sounds like a bull to be sure but for all that It is a fact NewWortdtAfrica la the home the typical vipers Xo jprcim of the true viper Inhabits th new world though sev eral kinds if snakes are commonly so called 1 tm vlperlne snakes of thli ofthetIlY CrotaMnai nder thin heftd eonie tho rattfesnake1 copperhead water moo casln elInoco JAlearn fromji t mistakes turns the best Echooluias out of his life Beerher aM1iH II 1 i TAMPiZ HUN OLIIE M JAS 4 55- Will address the voters off WashI I ITucsdayOctObeI IIIIIIat Spfingfi ld on the iissues of I thedaly t J3Ver4itlnVite i J 1 I C A U1DIUU nf1fN N NN1 NSiN N N N MNNNNINNKNNj wvtv 4vvvvvv YYv vvvvvvvvw T K Smith Pres C P Goode Vice Pres M L Simms Sc c and Tress I WshrngIon County Tobacco A Co t1 Handlers of Loose Leaf Tobacco Vr T it Charges 15cents per huiidred weighing fee and 2percentjIcommission J jAJJ S All tobaccos carefully sorted and regraded by ex erE hapdlrs s If you want a square deal and bstposslble service bring obccoto S II1nt L Montgomery li Camp oil Gen Manager A ctionee4 1 l QUICK EYESOF THE WOME iorIThey Havre Extra ordhury Faculty Swing Many Things and Taking In Every DetailIWomen have thtt most extraordinary faculty for seeing a great many thUgs at once For instanco they will reineaa er every detail of a porsnu3 dress manner and personal appear even to the color of tho hair eyes after a mere glimpse This l1ncet Is taro with men In gen ral some have cultivated it The gift belongs preeminently to women hOwr who willottn without fort f take away the most vivid impres sions of pcoplo they have traveled with for a short time only and have nevdr apok n io or of people they havo met by rmcp Jn 110nJ Wiomons eyes need to be as keen as they are ktntily In btr household all lcpenUs on then Woman the first to qotlreary little rift within the iluto of hone life and failwro in the heath of thoseAsho loves and1 has tho tar of any 4il iao from tho ao xprrssedIdelicately balanced more sensitive than man her nature receives iiu pressiona which to those of a differ tint perhaps fftwir er titer would l aim 1ntultlonIsThe lea of a good woman flow rently how clearly bow truthfully tony look out otllNrfo How pleasantly On those thoy guard Happy the rJt3ilienetbr fwotnans eyes HOW ROGERS GOT HIS START Famous Sculptor When youngDer Goods Salesman Made a Carica ture of His Employer A T Stewart was shown one dayI by one of his coutlUcutial employe an amusing caricature uf himself dope In pencil I thatIcounter lie scratched It off as you pan od the other nsojnfrg I manJ agd to get it from him and now hes scared stiff for fear youll see It was tho laughing reply Scared stiff is her raid Mr Stow It art with a twinkle in his eyo 7uq t lend him to me will you 1IJ A little later a slim youth entered Mr Stewarts private offlco And said foIholding up the sketch asked Did yoa fc fThe jy lad grew pale and stammered Ibcg your pardon sirit was only t bit of funI meant no offense all Yery wejl but youll1of up your Job here humbly protested when IIThats burst out laughing g andr say any more my boyI Joking Your sketch isex as it would be a sin to a man of your artistic talent be r hind a linen count roprOP06Cto supply you with the means to study aft Mr atcwarts proposition was gnato I fully accepted and It was thus Jhaff John R Rogers the sculpts began his artistic career t Enthuiam efore AH Jrery tfood and om8iUdp g nlovif i least in the annate of the world irtke tHumph of entll tuUGH Nothing griatj c wasever newtp8li ad without It Emerson uJ nn r l f y ION steticu aa3a s m tititiv r tdw iyw on w 9tr nr r THE DRY FALL OUTING TO s S MM M V T IJVE FrThe Horn Circle e and Private Parties 35ii ALL a f t yen ug qr dance i WrIte or Phone L TIcket 11 SSS9 1N + TAKING NO II i Guide We are now about tq enter the gallery of th rnenate Batas Hayrick alt a minute m I hide my watch and tune ttrUll Mustaches Compulsory Mustaches have been made compul fdry In the Austrian army or rather sa old ordinance bus been revived by It It said on the personal wteh of En rperor Francis Joseph Tho origin mpulBory mustache order dates from before 1S48 and Ite author1 General Count Cyulal the aucceeeo r the famous Railetxky In the war if possessed an Immense lowing mus tach andyho wanted every rasa rthe army to grow one too The new order at the seine time uphold the exclusive privilege enjoyed by tho regiment of dragoons which dlstlngUlBhed Itself In the Uat tie pf I olin where Frederick the Great was defeated to 1757 In memo f which they were allowed to shave SJjue then t1eTe has not been a iau lathe itf the regiment England the rtoned The naUufaotute of cotton seed pro uctaon had nt beSinisg fa liiglastl and da Intet M1S70 fliat floaatryr btu an annual erof11t0A090tensasthe fetid W- IfetttlnI the world f a i ROUND TJUP FRO- MSPRINGFIELD And All Way Stations Regqlii Turin 0 a tn III EXPENS HOTEL wistor a promenade GRAND OUTING A- aINtiSHSNLWvNV11Wti4MNN4fSY1tt11KK4 f Y CHANCES ministryd htmseI Wlndlacbgrktr acomiaorclaliscalb t YI YIS V FOR SALE BY j McELRQY 8 WH RTON r G2 acres of land located one halt mile frdm town gcfod 6 room doeh ling darn and Other buildings fruits Ill kinds atWvoH watered per ac 91 a rc of land iinlloa IronvSpriasr field good Bevan rQOtn dwelling hdus l neW vGgod barns stock and tob barn well fenced and watered Fejacre SO j No 3 93 acre fltfm located 6 mHesI frpm Spdii SaJd a4d 6 miles from r Lebanon 5 roMTidwolJlDg house goodj barn mosUy in grass fine location fQrc stable stock Feraiirtf 08 INo 4 l 0a srirforefarm well boa ted good and to batch barn good 8dioblvpar ncrQT200 tflueeul barn tobacco hero rinand Lsat lays well mostly ta grate pdr ae 5SG V j v t from5priagtbarn oml outer asr lllIJt lx iobwateree 80 scat tit g M1ktiar 86 tNo 7 looa gOod flramb dwrdldn tt large barn good Ore b W several erg r lasting eprjuga good weJtlto 380QO fromtownpaoiplace eHi 5 aXawdT PrieII floou irrT7 No 9 2B5 Her t Afretlitig Pj ioonui stock bars satdlugetobacCgbarn timber all In tile Slate of CP per acre i85 V INo 10 m erell or mod ra88 land aetoet of ctvovdi wndj r m dwellfng ato k liana and aft goofi arUaccoybarn pIeei q islocatio t Noamuss from town pot dwe4Bnr roems oct and to gRnod beadul mitesfremspri15 iin d t4feacJiNo 13 08 W T6 aQJ1 ihJo6fro lJqarn4 iiirr t rlltlbaeAAvoid suclj rxtrwiofi Jia a 1iotJh and cold feet Hralna j t Wedn Sd3Y PCT t iA TWODAYS lwoUngbooIeJM No 14 8lt acres of land frgmSprin field eloferrereNo 16 eves 6 ilea frotnStfield on good eke 4 of dw barn ell ng deNo11 iii acres 6Milesfrotnfield near he tchurchhoo goodnet 1Tb U 71ere i mile from rt field house a d bairn all inof cultivateo price 475q s o 18 12 acres 6 milesS n Sfi eld house 1 rooms 1Qrne fine CCOfarm 1wa pthce er ac 5 NP 9neves near Bookerdwa mg hau a and barn prise I dwellingreprice 1400 fo 21 l 8 acres located s Sonttl ofa abn acres t roqn dwelling house and arnpPce Her acre 75 Fa sroout v de Mack i1netTexas es locatt barnotherfarAt now allgags P rice INo 94 acv r ins Lev l ltolocated onoarstockcmnteat h erlastiand sp o all unacres to 55 per nere wire fence No 24 4 tacogoodBat eyv6roomdwellinn mi house rife 3400 well 0 rQPc lilJwOIJr T m frame cottage Id amrood i i20UNiscree pottage locatedl cisnjjroper f1 SandHG settire 57v r r T r DR G1 TJURTOr l RslDeNT DENTIST I1 TEETH EXTRACTED N lHiUT PAIN j I t rPViIOBHagan BlockI up stars x SPRINGFLErjDKYI AltEental Work Strictly h7 First lass Jfe J C MUDDV f iP6jsiciaaY andSnrgeond Office hours SOO9 am1 t i 1 to 2 pim pes over Haydons Drugstor t jflLdmptonMDJ v Office in Ooeja House = r ropfftlce Phone No O I S Residence No 38tt I t frtfW F GR1GSBYI tATTORNEY AT LAWr r lb Office over Peoples Hank BPRINOPIKLU KY OJ Jf 0 M WJ HYATTi Office over Red Cross Drue Store Office hours Hyatt 1030 rimv to 12 m 4 ta5 pm t Y JOPY MAYES UEiE L UIHECTORI r lID LICEHSEI EMBAlMER TELEPHONE DAY19NIGLIT74 fSPBIHBHELDJKIi i f ipi F TRUSTY PRACTICAL It ENTIST I Office over Haytlon Barber yf r f v Pental work at reasonable prices I l 1ork guaranteed KYJI SPRINGFIELD 51 o Jfc feoad Schedule Following is the time schedule now in effect on the Bardstown aria Springfield branch railroad- Jbi Mo 41 Iieaves Louisville at 4 JI J 430 p m Bardstown Jun tion j a 522 pin Bardstown GCGp m arnyea at Springfield 655 p m M vfo 42 Leaves Springfield at f 6pOa m Bardstown 645 a m V j 3ardBtdwn Junction 730 a m t V t arives at Louisville 820 a in No 43 Leaves Louisville at V 720 amBardstown Junction g 55 aniBardstown 1005 am 1JJ i arrives atSpringlle140r E p m f No 44Leaves Springfield at X00 p m Bardstoiwn 220 p m f Blirdstown Junction 410 pm i arrives at Louisville 545 p ni J rFacta4 5V as to Airs Movements t The movement of air Is variouslytt J designated rnaccording to Its velocity as a zephyr breeze wind gale or bur t1 cane A ttense or thlckvfog accord lag to tho weather bureau obscures X objects at a distance of 1000 feet t1J j True Philosophy To have what we want Is riches 1Jit biiito be abletb do without is power r l George Macdonald IfiJ i tltt r wwww U ITOWNi vWiW iSiriJ w Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latestt IIAll About and Acquaintances Yourself Friends 1 W OM MM ILakesI I FOR SALES I 11RSee the moving picjture show at the Walnut Street the atrer Mrs Kate Williams is in Louisville today 1 FOR SALE 140 head of stobk ewes BW iNeiWrkf jFORod jersey- cow A B Walker Tobacco sticks many quantity at Barber Pettus FOR SArE2 coming 4year old mules W H Leachman Excellent shows are being produced at the Walnut Street Theatre Just received a car load of the best Northern oats SBD Like Co iI have a saw min qn my place and have lumber of all kinds for sale W S Y Goodlett New soft taffeta and messaline petticoats to match yjour suit at Mrs Williams FOR SALEIf sold immediately l a farm of 68acres located near Valley Hill a tine tobacco arm Henry Peringer COALIn carloadbts Extra qualjty Cheap Write or phoneR L Boldrick Springfield Ky FOR SALE Good seed rye and wheat also good potato on ions C L Brady WANTEDA tenant to raise from 6 to 10 acres tobacco and 20 acres corn Furtheriofonnation apply to CD Miller- Springfield Ky If you havent bought your coal buy it befdre the price goc up B D Lake Co New hats braids puffs etc at low prices Special orders taken Mrs Williams Try the United Laundry Co vs work Laundry delivered twice a week Give us a trial F W Baumbauer Agency Springfield City TaiJpr We handle a complete line of feed corn hay and oats Get our prices before your buy Phone 158 B1 Lake Co J Forrest Ousick will be up for a short time now Phone him at his fathers Ed Cusick Ho will go to anydneshomcj and make any thing you wish in firs class photographs Rev Dr 0 S Gardner Prof in tho Baptist Thological Seminary i Louisville Ky will till the pulpit rt Springfield Baptist church next Sunday morning audevenngS II1PUBLICC SSAL J E i fS Personal Property On account qf failinghealth I will at Mclntire on I jjWednesday October 11 t I I 2 Beginning attlO pclockffumf offer for sale to the highest bidde r at I public auction the following described property I ne 2yearold Rlly Two 2year old horses One 3yearold horse ling horse cj Its 1 yearling horse mule 1 weanling mare Jt one 16yeaij old Jennet one 4year old Jennet one 10 nnet one 6year old Jennet air theabove Jennets have colts twoIIside one 12year old Jennet one Bjyearold Dr McChord 2yea old Jennets All of these Jennets are well bred f mill cows and calves one registered black Rolled Angus yearling Polled Angus heifers subject registration a lotj of hogs some corn and fodder 1 McCormick mower 1 hay rake 2 farm wagons 1 20inch disc harrow hay frame 400 red cedar posts stack r timothy hay lot of tobacca sticks oneNo12 Vulcan chilled hillside plow and farming implements of all kinds 11ntons it S All sumsover 10 on a credit of 12 months note ngo and payable in bank Sums under JO cash FJree Lunch on the Ground III ARD1d T E S M CAMPBELL Aue nrJ TOPICS Qew MW4 MJ IWe handle the best Jellicr sell a full bushel 80 lInt Get our prices before you D Lake t1uvI 1BJoe Polin are re jjoicirfg over e arrival of a son on the 21st Dont fail to see our new nob by line of tailored hat on dis play this Friday and Saturday Sept 9 and BO Mrs Williams Come to Springfield City Tailor for a nice fit and latest styles pants suits anti oyer coats iliI goods made to order F W Baumbauer Prop- Springfield Ky The foot ball team of the Springfield Graded School will go to Louisville Saturday to play tbe team ofthe Louisville Ugh School LOST On the streets of SpringSeld Monday a pair of ceaseFinderoffice Come to the Springfield City Tailor for a 1700 over coal made to order and to nl Samples on display now F W Baumbauer Prop- Springfield Ky Dohtjfail to see our new coat suits Qur tailor will be here soQn to take special orders Watch for the date Mrs Williams Claybroolce Bros sold their farm of 184 acres near Bloom field known as the Offutt farm to Mr C Mi Hill of Henry coun ty for 80 per acre J Js 1I All fo goods and cl J CSW V V V V VSx Mr Jas Cregor who at Cecilian in Hardin county sent to G W of this county ears of hOrn one measuring 16 inches in leugth and other inches Come to the Springfield City Tailor for a pair and 000 pants made to order and 10 fit also made to order from S1400 to Come anti look at FW Baumbauer Prop Ky Richard McElroy of tb e deceased Willie Mc Elroy wishes to thank his friends white and colored for kindness and assistance during the long illness and the death of his wife Fanners Wicks is this week g the Farmers Insti which will be here October 17 and 18 I An interesting piogram is be ing and ills that this will be one of the most Institutes ever lick in the county The men who will lecture on the various eub jecis are well qualined and can make In stitute a success Notice To teachers should not wait Oct to in their month report but should do so at The lajw requires that is be soon after the month has taught Dotft delay them The contracts should all be signed by the Chairman and the Secretary of the Division Board and the teacher and filed the County be fore any money may be drawn Dontt neglect to the contracts filed beforje thk October pay JII W County 51S4S 100O OO ii FALL OPEN1NGi Q 1 Q Everything Pretty and New in +la s8 willl bshdwnS SEPTEMBER 29 and 30 1911 g l g AT8 I V 7athen rsgS 00I OOOOOOQ COOOOOOOOOOOOO Cocanoii Mr F1 nkM Hardin iirid Miss Bes eCocanou her were united iIr marriage Saturday at Springfiel by RevW H Will iajns Tli3 Jgroona is a sgnof Mrs MaY dardin and is a pop ufarschoci jteacher who is now engaged JIt teaching the Beech inridse school while his bride is ihe attrj cljiue daughter of Mr Ii 9ugher and is jJar with allafse circle of friends ElliottWflkerson Mr Owen Wilkerson wasted uni in a irfiaere to Miss El lietteI isterday afternoon noon bylley R L Purdom The bride daughter of Air Wm JriJria an accomplished young la while the groom who is a snl of Mr Elliott Wil kerson is an industrious young farmertltl I ClarkNTCJda Mr Wi Leroy Mudd was united iti marriage Tuesday morning t Holy Cross to Miss Elizabeth Clark Rev Father Zoeller The groom who is a son af Esq Jas L Mudd is an and hustling young stands high while hisjbride is one of tne most attractive young ladies of the Holy Ore J J IcccxviMRS WILLMMS tii OPENING I Friday and Saturday 0 tober 6 7 ii- ii Splendid lines of tailored and trimmed hats strictly exclusive first isjs ItI Everybody Cordially InVited 4 lives Mr Cocanougher tvo the 1JU M00500 suits ooOD samples qSpringtield the hus band their Institute IMr here arranged expected successful for their positions the Teachers IThe send IIY done been with Superintendent have day Bisir Superintendent J fj i t t had jherHardin Jo popu Elllu i ofliciatinij industrious IIiwbo neighborhood fsd Frazierf 1ayneseIWord las been received here ShreveportlWest Virginia of Rev L P rHaYIcsFrazier Roy Haynes was fornsome tine pastor cf Pleasant Grove church in tillS county and was ver popular with a large cir le off tends His bride is a leading1r outhern belle NoellS eans i Mr in Skeans and Mrs Susan Is ell will be married at noun toi ly at iho residence of the bri es brother Mr Tom Skeansijy Rev R L Prudein Both at prominent people of the EdiJ thercountv Williariison Miss Annie Williamson the jthej buried a Plf Sani Hun Sunday afternop The fqneral services were cpf Uuctfcd by Rev Moore MuratU Mr Js Muratta died at his home in Webb City Moon last Tuesday of gangrene Ho was a son o the late Wm arid Susan MuratM and lived here up until about 26 years agd havetnot yeti een wade bat his re broughthere iCi For Rent A fm at Frederickstown Kyf kdiiwn as the Pearl Conner ihttp contains 141 acres Abutyo acrf j for corn 3 or b acres fur tobieo1 acres for wheat or pats reiiaainderin grass For further nformation apply to JNO A POLIN i 51S SJ FfERSUNAL Miss Ruth Claybrooke leftI this week for State College inI Lexington where she will take i course in Domestic ScienceI i Miss Saunders oN Nicbolas yule is the guest of Miss Nellie Simms John S MqElrov Jr has entered the University of Michigan Dr H G Saunders Demcf cratic nominee for St tor was in town Monday tesenaI Mr Polin Mclritire of Union county was here the first of the week Miss Gertrude Shadar has returned from a visit to Louisville Mr Frank McCabe who lis1 been employed in this office sometime has accepted a position in Ft Whayne Ind Mr O H Eaves of Tacksboro Tebn has accepted a position iin this office Mrs 3 R Noe and children have returned from a visit lo CampbellsvileS Messrs JSand W D Clay brooke were in Shelby ville ope day this week MrIijD Tapp and Rev W A Wolfe and wife have returned from a trip to Frankfort Mr J A Shad r has returned from an extended visit to rela tives ih Louisville relturced301monthChords hospitalSMessrs Lee Carrico Bennie Wathen and Joe Edelen spent SundUy in Howardstown Mrs George Walsh of Chicago UK is visiting hr sister Mrs Matt C MayesSMiss Eddie Khader spent sev eral days in Louisville last week- Mr J Charles Green left this morning for Oakland Gal to make his hqine Mrs WAWolfe has return d from a visit to friends in Covington Miss Battle Webb has returned from Louisville after spending two weeks in the wholesale milli ery houses and has resumed her position with Mrs Kate WilliamsRev Wade is attending the MetRodist Conference this week- Rev And Mrs W H Williams have returned from Louisville Notice The sprinkling privilege expires October it Persons are hereby notified not to sprinkle after that date- Springfield Water Light Co 1r1 tIingl tI Y 1911 All members are re quested to be present Thos Hickdy Adjutant- ForSde V TIped f estal table rugs chairs arid other household effects which nan be seen at the residence of Mrs Nannie immsSMrs Fannie Blanfod A Good Crowd Hon FL V McGhesney spok to a large crowd at the Cou House Monday Mr MoChosney is a ven pleasing speaker and delighted his hearers AS he always does IHQ discussed in an interesting style the Inany issues confront ing the people and held the at ten ion of bis hearers fOr an spokenhereso well has he Always pleased skIforskI Doubtless a very large crowd will be In town next Wednesday to hear the Hon Ollie M James He is popularly known as The lug Congressman from the FirsIDistrict and that name is well snited to him not only physically but mentally as well He has taken a first rank in the National Congress and is re cognized as one of the countrys best men He is an orator second to hone and is atracting large crowds wherever he speaks Great peparations a6 being made to receive him here and a large croWd is expected Joe Reed Pardoned Hons John V Lewis and W F Grigsby succeeded while in Frankfort last week secured the pardon of Joe Reed Both the Governor and Lieutenant Governor were absent from the State at the time Secretary of State Brunerr was in the chair Reed was convictegl 18 months ago of killing Jack Kimberlin at a colored hop in Briartown Although it was generally believed that he killed Kimberlin yet the circumstances were such that public sentiment was in his favor added to the fact that it was believed to have been a case of self defense wits tile excell ent reputation borne by Joe The petition for his pardon assigned by a large number of the best citizens of the county and Governor Bruner in granting bis pardon has done what i highly pleasing to the people hereSTo Our Friends We wish to extend our thanks to our many friends who remembered us so kindly with wedding gifts upon the occasion of our marriage last week t Mu AND MKS SAM M BOTTOM A Hares Dally Sea Bath A hare which had made a dally practice of swimming In the sea at Cley to the delight of visitors hae been captured by some local l fishermen in a boat They chased the animal seaward for 300 yards before they came up with It Tho hare was the exhausted and was easily captured London Dally Mall Didnt Land as He Expected I aid not expect to come down this byJosephYork after falling from a height of 160 feet striking a guard wire turn- Ing a complete somersault and landing on his feet tiSl PUBLIC SALE OF I Land Stock Crop i Farming Implements etc In order to settle theestate of Mrs Malissa Peyton decd we will on I iiI Saturday November 18 ts j i 1ii 1 S i 0 1fint1 offered in years to someone looking for a desirable farm that Is money maKer and well located convenient to school and chtlrches and A4TERMSwith interesffwill be given all sums under10 cash in hand isixmonth of salepn land reasonable and mode known on day of full particulars call at premises or address JJ i PEYTON Apmr l j SelUNG JJiiLD Iaitn n Lexington TROTS October14 t1 Greatest fri the World UHLAN l588 4 w icl p SsJst 21000 FuturityTII sday GtJ3 3000rehhessee Stake Tuesday OktJ3 5000 Futurity1 t Wedn sUay Oct4 3000 JVloDoxyell Stake Wedl day Oot45000 Transylvania Stake Thursday Oct5 Great Free ForAllFaoe Friday Oct6 SiOOpCnamp stallion Stake iv andy pot 9 3000 Walnut Hall pup Monday Qct9 2000 Free For All Trot Tuesday pot oj Every Worlds GhampiQn from Yea iio ip Priuit Sensational Racing tluly MUSIC BY WEBER HILFFI RE 01 RMLMHS iiNbTiI E I he followipg few items we da ire to call yofrr attentionfto whereby you can save money and at the same time get reliable goods l Im See our Blue WafeiA I A new lot of Water Colors I I RopfingandPlumbing Getourpiceson Call kkid see our PerfecionI 1 OiISt vesF v ii DIM NDllll t eeeur line of 0 K Fre zerb b AtlIl I tj I onULlz a C AEAYEEI Q 1 i- I e rfFITMR5LD i HflRTLEIN I I September Is Tlie N Month II for iieihf QyStJ I J We will again keep them in the bulk S1- I extra select Oysters 1 i IIshipped ndl If TrySome dII 1 r serve them most any timeWwTr cTJ IIWem ffisjftsi Bread CaKes arid Candy also Ices at Any rimeS i5Ja 4- i i i Dissolution Sale t Having dissolved partnership ve jviD on I Thurs4ay Oct b6r Beginning at 10 oclock am otour farm one alt mllefrom Spriaj JI field on the Lebanon pike otTer for sale to tie highest bidder ttie following property towit Our farm containin j j 2O2 Aa s h well located being convenient to school and chinch andhavingoe it good improvements of alt Rinds Land isalj Jin grass well watered f aiclwcll adapted to stock raising and the greying or tobacco corn = and other crops and has city water works Irarft No1 Contains about 30 acres locat d near Springfield Ie Tract No 3 Contains about 150 acres havi ngon it a good dwell jag house and all necessary outbuildings r Tract NQ j About 22 aires has on it new noon and barn and te never f Ungellotv ThoNjand wjl first be off red separately and then aa a waotei ait4 It tbid jrealizing most money accepted Poesessioi of land vJR i 1st 1912ieCaing privilege for smairgrairi this alL Parties dntri to see nrn wiHbe shown event by Mr S M bottoms i tIt Perona1 Prop TiJf 1leimitbel filly colt 1 3 ydac horse 1 2year i kowe l 4ys- i 6l fiea of Sheen 2 milkowa and calys ayeariinc hiifrs iJi manure spreader fertilizer 1 wheatjBcUL 1 DWcfcr ertf i fnew wagon buggy 1 brea crf 3 soUoy MM alt kisk S 1numerunstofodder 200 chTckens t TErMS will bezt orOn tBifdremaiW 2 3 and 4 years notes vjtif in tj irQBa Jtor t Wl Qn ssc- II Sty all sunts fSJO and m1erhprUlat asassM a biOW note nring6 t taontka atertneratd l- It L L Gaak It ytoor f- otft HfKEFJN It1 c IQII t i t J 1lWtf ll I l tf 4 t 555S viTT TCourtship of- Ifll shllt With illustrations by 1Jowqrd Chandler CIity- i S4L t i c CprIst TIuI B bbaMrrW Conpau It I fF I 4 r The Wed ng Da Fart fre1e l curtain of clouds tr t p Je fld c- let bIi1ie4tbi SUB QetHrh PrtrV ik w VatMw resplendent tfoftMrt ffifco tfce LbrA in letters pi 3jktIfereked JRwimi the fcwsucrf Us robeth gpldea fMI aM jegraiites BMM ttlM werWae came and the IMH rvapor beneath him qittmHiV f r crale of trass ttheaMfetwa8a1ayer IaLtke V ddIn mOrn of Prls dlla tie Puritan malden TOMtte were aseeabled together the4 Uer aid Magistrate also Graced Ute scene with their presence- t awl stood like the Law and the Gsuwl OM Wttk tke sanction of earth and etae with the blessing of heaven 1 ttmQ ad brief was the wedding as that ef Ruth and of Boaz tlthe oulkDd the maiden re yeated tie worda ot betrothal TaklBg each other for husband and wife In the Magistrates presence After the Puritan way and the laud r aMecustom of Holland FerreBtly then aad devoutly the ex cellent tar of Plymouth Prayed for tie hearth and the home tat were fouaded that day in af eottea g eaklBg ot life and of death sad 1m plorlng divine benedictions j Iso when the service was ended a AnnAJUed on the threshold ciaa In armor ot steoi a uomoer t sorrowful figure Why does the bridegroom start and- stare at the strange apparition- Why loetf the bride turn pale and 4hIde iet face on its shoulder Ita It a phantom of alra bodiless spectral illusion ls it a ghost f6m the grave that has come to forbid the betrothal Long had It stood thor unseen a guest uninvited unwelcomed IiOver lU ederesthure had 5passed at tittes an expression Softealng the gloom and revealing thQ warm heart hidden beneath them tAs when across tie sty the driving 4 rack of the raincloud grows for a moment thin and be JjL trays the sun by its brightness liOaciIt had lifted its hand and moved p ltibut was silent 1AAtff iron will had mastered the Jitetinr intention But JWere ended the troth and tie prayer and the last benedlc VtIo J iBUTfkf room it strode and the peo 1 pie beheld with amazement jEocWyUlere itf ila armor Miles Stand j Ish the Captain of Plymoutil flOrasplnig tie bridegrooms hand he said with emotion Forgive me y I have been angry and hurttoo long ttt cherished the feelinghave 4 kate been rueVarid arc hut noW thank Goo it is ended a Mine Is the same hot blood that leaped In tke veins of Hugh Standish Sensltife swift to resent but as swift la atoning for error Never so much as now was Miles Blandish the frlend of John M Sen fJTbereupon answered the brldegrpom Let all be forgotten between at A11 save the dear old friendship and rtht shall grow older and dearerJV tTken the Captain advanced and bow rlngs Priscilla Graver and after the manner of old l 1ti iotr tWrh kj S l L fashioned gentry In England SoD othin of camp and of court JS town and jofycountry com mingled Wishing er joy orI her wedding and I j loudly lauding ter husband Tliebe with afsinile I should 1 3ive remember d the adage cA tu you would be welI Served you must yoirself and more over f Baa caa gather cherries In Kent c M4iasoa at CarUtmas l iL n I ai5eZi 9JThus to foenom once more ui = burnt face of the1rCaptntn Whom they hu mourned as dead and they gathered and crowded about him Eager to see him and hear him forgetful of bride and of bridegroom Questioning answering laughing and each interrupting the other Till the good Captajn declared being iqulteoverpoweredand bewildered by into an Indian encampment Than come again to a wedding to which he had not been invited Meanwhile the bridegroom went forth and stood With the bride at the doorway Breathing the perfumed air of that warm and beautiful morning Touched with autumnal tints but lonely and sad in the sunshine Lay extended before them the tend of toll and privation There were the graves of the dead and the barren waste of die seashore There the familiar fields the groves of pine and the meadows But to their eyes transfigured it seemed as the Garden ot Eden Filled with the presence of God whose voice was the sound of the cean Soon was their vision disturbed by the noise and stir of departure Friends coming forth from the house and impatient of longer delaying Each with his plan for the dsfc pletedtthe work that was left andI t Then from a stall near at hand amid exclamations of wonder Alden the thoughtful the careful so happy so proud of Priscilla Brought out his snowwhite steer obeying the hand of its master Let by a cord that was tied to an iron ring in its nostrils Covered with crimson cloth and a cushion placed far a saddle She should not walk ho said through the and heat of tan noondaySsay she should ride like a queen not plod along like a peasant Somewhat alarmed at first but reassured by the others Placing her hand on the cushion herr foot In the hand of her husband Gaily with Joyous laugh Priscilla palfreyIINotblng distaff he said Ibenyou would be fn truth my queen mfc beautiful Bertha Onward the bridal procession now moved to their new habitation Happy husband and wife and friends conversing togetherIPleasantly murmured the brook its they crossed the ford In the for eat- Pleased with the Image that passed like a dream of love through its bosom Tremulous floating in air oer the depths ot the azure abysses Down through the golden leaves the sun was pouring his splendors Gleaming on purple grapes that from branches above them suspended Mingled their odorous breath with thq balm of the pine and the firtree Wild and sweet as the clusters that grew In the valley of Eshtol Like a picture It seemed of the prim tive pastoral ages Fresh with the youth of the world and recalling Rebecca and Isaac Old and yet ever new and simple and beautiful always Tav Immortal and vounr lii the end 1l NA 1i P11H9c it Into His Heart said serve dust less succession w So through the Plymouth woods passed onward the bridal proces sion Wanted His Disguise A man who traded horses with a Quaker went to him a few days later and said You beat me In that trade Wetf what does theo want mo to daT Does thee want me to trado back0 Inquired Broadbrim Oh no not at alL I Just want you to lendi- e your iatfor h I IXPooi WEkAjL 4vTJ 1uIL A1 ebs imBed will eadBft Ye1tt 4paientiyI r ajUDdeifJBor ptIIS ought t tnJubI L47o oha to jw thgt she may obtainSs saprioced medical advice free of thas4Jm Mseand priVacy by writing to 1foddryMSdICSI QclltionRr Y It s MDFidentiualoNy DrPiercev t ife 1 sse1tiit PWsici t thoXnvdlids- JIbsi d trN1X for JHIIf periet1cc fdItt OS d2seesiafl JlRrother physician in this efficacyS I iv weavet ttu O J Prescripte VI li AI 1w woz rntOG1It WJ tJ j wK WOMEN WILL s trty aaa etJIOynIIJWfoareusiptr ii s ye 1ii M lI IOnward the Bridal Procession Moved BUILT THE FIRST PAVEMENT Cordova 1n Spain Was First City to Improve Its Roatis Streets of Lon don Not Paved In 1tth Century Thp oddest pavement of which Icltlesispaved with stones by the Moprsln the TheIMoorsto the city In lead pipes Paris was the next city to paNe its streets but this civic betterment did not take pace until the year 1184 on which occasion says Rlgard the historian of Philip II the name of the city was changed from Lutetta which It had been previously called on account of its filthiness Those old streets must have been very bad in deed as it was the general practice of the citizens to keep swine which roamed at large and wallowed In the mire of the public way J The streets of London were unpaved In the eleventh century and it is un certain Just when the work did begin Holland was not paved until 1417 though it was frequently impas sable from the depth of its mud During the reign of Henry VIII many of the streets were very foul and full of pits and sloughs very perilous and noIous as well for all the kings subjects on horseback as on foot and with carriage Smithfield was wlth out pavement unUl 1614 The now beautiful Berlin allowed Its streets to go without even a clear Ing or cleaning until the middle of the seventeenth century and until 116ty It was a popular practice to place plgt pens immediately beneath the froit windows of the houses Every kind of filth and dirt was thrown into the streets of Warsaw up to the comparatively recent year of 1823 A Wonder Worker Your own baby if you have one advertised the enterprising photo grapher can be enlarged tinted and framed for 975 per dozenMetro polltan Magazlne Island Well Named Xaymaea a combination ftwo words signifying water and wood from which the name Jamaica Is de rived describes exactly the charac teristica of the island IICE HEAVIER THAN WATER Water Frozen Under Immense Pres sure Produceslpe That Will Not Float IAll know that ordinary Ice will float This relative lightness of Ico with re spect to water is duo to expansion of the water at the incident of freezing If water Is frozen under immense pressure it seems that this expansion is prevented and ico heavier than water Is producedSG Tamman has prepared this modi fication which he calls Ice III as fat lows He compressed watpr to 3000 kilograms 6614 pounds and cooled Itt in solfd carbon dioxid snow and finally In liquid air Under these conditions a colorless transparent Ice is formed It is much denser than ordinary ice and heavier than water consequently lit sinks when placed In water Ice III Is very unstable and onslIght warn log It swells out and breaks up Into a tense white powder The voltfflie of o resulting powder IIs apparently four to eight times that of the original Ice This powder formed by the breaking moreIr Experiments on Icq III show that it is impossible to obtain It by separation from water at atmospheric pressure end then suddenly cooling There would never be a possibility of this un stable form of solid Svater being formed to nature Sunday Magazine 4 Wade It Clear Jim hat never learned to read by the ordinary methods the face of the old eightday clock It pleased hla longtime employer however to aRk I answersI I say he asked one evening when he Jiad callers Step out in the hall an j eee Jim was gone several minutes returnedtvith I a beaming face Ah Ah waited Jesi a minute t jee whlchd get ahead de sliojtt one o r 4e long one be said Wen 1 went out dey was bdloon do let ban wind in place sah But de long ope she clip it up good an libely wen she see me watching out an now shes bout t inch ahead sahYouths Cpmpan ion t JWMrL Scapplnernian re mapyingcopf I f theDlf COBB WENT OUT pFlJHIS LINE WhOfWriterIs Dismissed f fYears ago Irvjn S Cobb the humor Otis writer was a corres ondent for various outoftown pa ers while Working In Paducah Ky Nota great deal 6f genuine news fo outoftown consumption Is manu ctured at Paducah As Mr Cobb needed the money there was a pc flipd during which It appeared that aducah hadibecome the news center of themd die west Not a driy assed that some astounding story w JS not print led under a Paducah We stood r th9m said the rorwr telegraph editor of a SL Louis plw r because they were so good evet though we knew they were fakes But one day the boss called me In f Vho is this man Cobb at Paducah e asked When I had satisfied j Is thirst for knowledge he told me Cobb 1 know all the stories written are fake said he stand tOitOiefor that one he sent sterday I like some sanity even fake story It must sound as It might possibly under certain mQitioni be partly true So said the oxtelf raph editor I fired Cobb Hf mto no protest about getting fired In alter he wrote me It served me rlglr for getting out of my line said hi That was thatjLeader EMBROIDERING ON TWO SIDES HOW to Acquire an Art Needlework Which Until NoW- Monopolized hUs Been by C Jentals IIn embroidering articles of dress it Is an Immense help Ifjuot embroidery is alike on both sides The orientals have for some time rat lopollzed tnjs art but that Is not at an unavold able condition for we x uld acquire the method easily if would bestow a little trouble and pa once and ac curate stitches What an advantage this treatment is in s4rfs neckties is neither In tunlcsrI used a frame Raised so satin stitch is theme suitable the stitches slightly slantln Fill in your pattern as you go and isten ort eacb thread securely and invisibly yo IccuratellToi sides begin In the ci ter finishing first one half and then the other Hems must not bo at lined conven tionalized patterns ar more easily worked In this way f course you must never use a knot and put the stitches very close tog her but never overlap Use botb ha ids one above the other In working cercUeAcquaintance looltiredthedepartmentweruDromotedYoung Father inajumpz Do 4With BacltIKllncy Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everyone knowjs of Dr Kilmers 3wampRoot the great lucy liver andj bladclcr remedy y lt j jl causiof its remark Hi able j eaith restoring nl lproppjrties Swam iRo fulfills almost ji everywxsli in over iti con ngrh utpntisn IIi Lpaininthe back kd- A Ijyl neys liver bladder Ill x und every part of the urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water and scoldingjiiiii iin passing it or bad effects follbwiiigu ofliquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day and t get up many times during the nighti SwampRoot isnot recommended for iverythiii but if you hive kidney liver or bladder trouble itwjilltbe found just the remedy you need It has been thor oughly tested in private practice and has proved so successful 3Jat a speciaf ar tenement has beetiaT e by wlch aU renders of his phpel o have not a1 renal trid it may iIhy sample bottle sent free by mail alsw t book telling more about Swampand bow to findoutifouLtavekid neEf bladder troubt Vhenwritlnginentiohj fgrending Uiis gen tpusj offeritithapaJerarf1 send your address to = Dr Kilmer Co eibwimpjux Binghamton NY The rdgnlftr fiftycent andonedolfar size V444Cia are sold by all druggists Dont mifec any mistake but remember the name SwnmpR6dt Dr Kilmers gwampTRoX t and the adtton1i Very Serious It Is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have theawrong one gWen you For this reason we Urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BLACKDRAUGHT liver MedicineI reliableipdigestionfirmlyother medicines It is better than others or it would not be the fa largetaIaSOLD IN TOWN F2 6g IVIortHIeatfon Well Earnefl- XhI Englishman alone with Richard son the novelist said to him I am happy to pay my respects to the au thor ot Sir Charles Grandison for at Paris and at The Hague and in fact at every place I have Visited It Is much admired Richardson appeared not to notice the compliment but when all the- company Jjrere assembled addressed the gentleman with Sir I think you were saying something about Sir Charles Grandlson No sir he replied I do not remember ever to have heard It men UonedFrom Arvines Cyclopedia of Anecdotes Land of the Fre- eStrangerSo this Is a real live burg eh7 Citizen ofGplngsbme You fast bet it Is Why weve already cdllect cd a fat fund to encourage aviation parties to land here StrangerClover Ideawhat h ducements are you offering Citizen Free landage free gasoline and the freedom of the cttyJ Illus trated Sunday Macafclna End of a Glorious Career Cook theSandwichl distinctlynaUTathatsubsequentvisithav iing heard ftom Copenhagen in the o alsadvanf T 1 iT r rr Rushing for Trains busbangomestoinOverbrook exclteddlrectlonOh Sarah she said I hadnt noticed how late it Is Go upstairs and tell Mr orhellI have called him Sarah answered outsidethethatifj top thetnndinWell Illustrated Sometimes a Irtueanbe exaggerated until Jt becmoa vice said tho earnest advised t J camlnIataces Is a blessln an greatly to bo admired five of ezn Wn create un told dissension Timely Interruption MruBenham had just seated btredl to work at a bit of embroidery that attentlon1whenJust know tbats Mrs Gum thy she said as she laid dowp her work and went tc answer the call Whenever I am unusually busy and havent any time to spare she rings toe up and talks tp me by the hour She was right It was Mrs Gsmmy everIfairly In the middle of It the clock on thi wall of the room began to strike Walt a moment Interposed Mr Bcnham I cant hear you until this noise stops What made that nolso asked airs C1inmy after it had ceased NIt was only the clock answered the patient Mrs Benbam You know It always strikes once or twice when we get to talking The conversation did not last toni after thaLrYouths Companion =Colic In Horses Colic Indorses has sometimes been prpducod by a sudden change of feed In the fall or early winter from old to new oats Toe safer way Is to change gradually beginning at first by mixj log one part of new with three parts of old oats for a feed and Increasing tho proportion of nea1 oats gradually u toni as th oM jats last t Ralld 1I Pon f 4ft1 ti n Fifty Years v 2LThe titantic struggle between the North and South was being waged The semicen t tu1ia1 of this greatest of all modenl wars makes everything pertaining to itof pe culiar interest at the present time and a stirring Civil War story is particularly appropriate now It is for that reason we have arranged to print MyL dyo the Nortlh By RANDALL PARR 3H Author cf Bob Hampton of Placer Keith of the Border etc Thisis the greatest of all the great historical storiesSMr Parrish has given to American readers It is a swift intense adventurous romance with some mystery as much action as is possible to crowd into one story plenty of 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 UAJonLinesplungedtromstyle in which he describes them will keep you enthusiastic and fairly breathless in your effort to keep up t You Will Not WanttoMISS a Single Line of the Siory and We Strongly Advise You to Watch for the Opening Chapter I I h Srjft hr ur Children Cry for FletchersSn u i The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has h en in use for over SO years has borjio the signature of a r b qrnlhasbeeI1mdeunddraIs ti AUowno 6n6 io deceive you in Sott All fCounterfeits Imitations and Justasgopd are tfExperlmeflttliat trinc tVttlt apt eidnnger the bcalI of Infants and ChlldrenExper1en against Experlm nt ti What is CASTORI 1 r i lil contains neither Opium Morphlnp nor other JTarcotio 4 substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Wo cms I alid allays Foverishness It cures Diarrhoaa and ind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Cohstipa Son t fiStomnct tjep f Tho Childrens Panadea Thd Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTpRIA ALWAYS Bears the Sinature of l The KM You v Save Always jBogste In Use FOrOverQYearsSccrrrAUR 77 smcrr crrr jj L Lj1 htii In Bad Fix bacfixI I was unconscious for three days and after that 1I 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