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V 4I I A IEBt1 INl883- b i = ij4 t jHE SERIESYOL X XMO36 SPINGFIELD WASHINGON COUNTY KENTUCKY SERTEMaER 5912 e V 10 Ti tjj k j If J rI J f PREACHING THE KINGDOM lIlt Matthfw ix 35 to x 15Sept 8 flc tipt rtceitctk you rtcetrcth Ue and Ai l that rtctiretk U rtcticeth Bm that tent Me ilattlcw e fro B HAVE MORE about the Kingdom in todnys study Jesus sent forth His twelve j Apostles twp and two say lne As you go preach The Klngdoffl- of Heaven Is at hand r r AL the Savior cast out devils and I healed sick to allow the people to H hear the Message and to Illustrate thee restoring work wblch Sis Kingdom will do He gaje the same power to J t Is Apost1e IHef told ihem that the Harvest was 1p1enteousandtheJaborers few and In Umated was privilege to beall Ihevmore energetfc but ID the P meantime to pray 4be LrJ r thy 4Hirvest tQsen 1fortb iirnre bd nJ- Jo the Master would have us rf4eLla- t deep Interest In the Harvest work now f in progress In the end of Ibis AgeIThejse messengers were not to go to the oedUle but to bthe lostt sheep of K the House of isfneL1 Why QfidV ICopa promised the Messiabshlp to 4tbrahaths Seed Jesus was the Seed of Abraham but God had another t feature In mind In connection with that Messlahshlp namely that He f t woulobave asso elated with Mes I Ii slab In the King doth otbera who it would share His Itglory honor and JImmortality This blessed privilege wbJcbr Abraham could not have Jfrut send forth the tw lee fully understood God nevertheless ful filled to Abrahams children as fully t as though He bnd particularly stlpu laid it in the promise No favor could go to other until after natural Israel had received the opportunity t Harvesting Then and Now Another reason why the blessing ki should not have been given to the Gene tiles wan that it was to be a harvesting or m work and not plowing harrowing nor p sowing It wits appropriate therefore that the Harvest which belonged to I the Jews xbnuld he con lined to them What was dune for Jhe JentJIes was the secdowlng Ihr represented In tho LmabIeOfilttWJieiinudTares JI4bsJlc orVIroi5pel Age the I rpli pj g Is tobtt JI amongst 1iiQs who have TecMvi the seedsowing This IsaujirlnMniutlou to us that the harvestingato be His people x Jesus si eclally Instructed the reaper J of thai HnrvWt thin they should go forth tnIMthiitW Divine providence They were llm commissioned to hep nor tt take up collections They as Burned therefore that they were merely to acoejit what nilKhf be voluntarily tendered If they were not hospitably received they were to consider it the LordgKxylll that they go elsewhere Shey jvere to search out die kIwjtyoues they should keep this In t1uIDt Moro Tolerable For Sodom Jens declared that In Day of dgmcntlt t will lh e more tolerable for dom and Gomormh than for the d fefuring tto receive His represent tltesTBls implies that the treatment will be tolerable hut why more toler able forjBMoni and Gomorrah and oth ersln the nuy of Judgment It was Jesus declaration that aside from a saintly fexv who received Ills Message gladly the remainder were more blameworthy In Gods sight than J t Averetbe people of Sodom and Gotnor rah iTheipIns oif Sodom were certainly a iferierbusjtytlie sight of God but the pfcnelesMness In res ec6to the glorl ous Message of the Kingdom Is in Gods MQrr toieratlt for II iSodotn in the folNt0menfI jotcondition of heart one for whom there Is less hope of au eventual 8811 vation The Sodomites mentioned by Je xu 9 were not so Il luminated asth08q living in His day yet He declares Fire rained down from heaven and destroyed them all Luke xvH 291 He declares that their JudJ rocnt t Is still fulure and In ihC nlly of Judgment tl will ibe morp tolentMe for than for eIItOJll f Hitli liliiiitiii hnrltzlu 1Jl Tho Day ot Judgment i But why should tlie Sodomites have n Day fir JwIjTiiielttV Were they not Judgeil eomhiuneil destroyed l 1I1tAi1ni lind till or rure were Judged anti condemned rhe only thing fliut cuniejipon the Sodomites lri addition to whiit fornua upon all tfririnklndtvaM Jliat they died violent tenths Tlje Apostle tells us they were made au example of nil who reject grace nud die the Second Death ill referl Gt However nil of Adams posterity tire Included Jiithe Redemp itlonworkof Jesus Hence they pre oJ merely nlwnlujj with their fathers nwnltlng th glorious ournlng wben fiilJn r Adam nod bl1 race 9hall taketo Himself Ills great povjer and begin His work of bletwlns At any time during the month cf August we will fE b tcoalfhQWle withJ I J1ico BIockcoal at 16 cents I r Tnd giVe 80 Ibi to the bushel 15 cents on track- W K Marks Sons 1 r I r TNli3t NE f 1 u t b w toe Assessment Completed i V Frankfort Ky August 31 After weeks of bard work the members of the State Board of Assessment and Valua ion to day finally assessedtheQtjincipal- corporationti in Kentucky for franchise taxes- 2hojncreaaesrun from 25 percent to BOO per cent andwilIt- otal an increase of 100000000 to which will be added the in crease on the Southern Pacific Company of 18010000 making a total increase of 118000000 which will bring into the State additional revenue of 550000 a year The members of the board makingthe assessment are Henry Bosworth Stale Aud itor c1I1i W9pr O F Cre celins Secretary of State andI Thomas Rhea State Treasurer Although the members gLib board differed at times coocerji ing the method that should b1 emplQyed to reach the vialua lions when the noard met today and finally mad 3 their assess meats there was perfect har3 fetupont Railroad Company which was given a raise of nine times greater than last year Wkat Makes a Woman One hundred and twenty pounds more or less ofbone and muscle don t make a woman Its a good foundation Put into it health and strength andr she may rule a kingdom But thats just what lectric Bitters give her ThoUs dds bfesa them for overcoming fainting and dizzy spells andfor dis pelling weakness nervousness back acke and tired listless worn out feeling Electric Bitters have done me a world of good writes Eliza Pool Depew Okla and I thank you with all my heart for making such a good medicine Only 50c Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson Inquiry Being Made Into Night Riding CCJ1ntJCounty Attorney G W Ryan have been holding a court of inquiry behind closed doors id ai effort to secure evidence as to the parlies guilty of the recen nightriding in the extreme northern part of the county and along the edges of Lyon an Caldwell counties The resultt of their efforts has been kepi a secret but they will probably have something to present to the grand jury when it convenes here next Monday They have examined a number of witnesses The following cill signed b Judge Dabney County Attorney Ryan and Sheriff Hammond ha been issued fur a massmeetin g ofAll good citizens of Trig S county to be held at the court house next Monday By reason of some violation of the law having been commit t ted along the line of Trigg aud Lyon counties in the way ol good citizens being molested an l tobacco being torn up by parties parading themselves a t nightriders and threatening t do violence to the citizens oi that community if they do not join the association you art hereby requested to meet i Cadiz Ky on Monday Septem ber 2 for the purpose of con sidering the best plan of stop ping such depredations aud- lend your suppurtto the office t in their effort to protect tbu property of men ofjthat aectioc and to stop further depreda tious1 Kentucky State Fair Secretary J Li Dent of th Kentucky State Fair declares that the must complete educa tional exhibits and the most en joyable entertainment ever offer ed by the Kentucky institution IIwill bfe gjyen th3 year Mr Dent aujd Mr J W Newmi Commissioner of Aericulture Kentucky have recently coi ci pletfed a very close inspection aJlthe oat semellts which w i be offered so tt sto elh i freak amusements and opro vide the ihmgs that people cannot seeut circuses tjieatres and intact no where else other thor a great State Fair The midway ur sideshows Os which Secretary Dent has en gagnd fourteen and confirmee tilt contract while at Chicago will include a 7 200 merry go lTund withmany features which lahow waVcqristrucled espe ially for the Kentucky State Fair but it will after the Siaie Fair be used in matiy other States Mr Dent also engaged the biggest Ferrjs wheelDOWl iu existence and dec d clly larger than any ever befora sljown in Kentucky it stand seventy feet above the ground A onering circus show tug all the attractions that the larger circuses show con stitutes anttber of the shows Still another show exhibits the wild animals in Junglei nd Mr Dent and Mr Newman decided I that thev didbot want any freaks at this years Fair but after reachrng Chicago recently they decided to accept a show iincluding a slim map and a fat woman but to accept no other freaks A thrilling loop the loop of two automobiles which turn three sptnersaulus while in mid air the Five Merkel Sisters acrobats and contortionists the Pbree Whirling Erlerds au Aerial Butterfly Act the Four Eddy Family in their acrobatic novely and feature wire act the OKara Japs in theirjuggling and risk act and sensational swinging wire act Madame tlenglers ussian Dogs Maauel Herzogs Trained Stallions and Johu Rabinsons Elepnants Notesofthe HOi Lot If a thin sow hs more pigs than she Can stickle to adyan tage take half of them ay iy and raise themon a bottle They should ne taken away when only two or three days old and they will then quickly learn to take mil through the ordi nary nursing bottle with a rubber nipple and in a short time will learn to driuk from the trough fBad practice to sell good brood sows and replace with jouug gilts as continued breeding from immature sows will produce a weak stiain In selecting a brood sow watch 11the herd at feeding tiaie The thettrough first and these are the ones to buy dNever buy a brood sow with short less and short chunky body She must have biJfeeut ing capacity in order to produce plenty of mitkEx- Insoef Bile Costs L02 I A Boston nan lost his leg from the bite of an insect two years before To avert such calamities from stings and bites of insects use Buck lens Arnica- s Salve promptly to kill the poison and prevent inflammation swelling and pain Heals burns boils ulcers piles eczema cuts bruises Only 2f cents at Haydon Robertson Good Farm of Sale mvdfarm of 140 acres located three miles froth Lebanon on pikes dwellingoand new outbuildings and is well improved in every way Call on or write 1hrpleIJLebanon Ky f RURALCARIIRSi Order Issued Increasing Sal aries 100 a1 Year Washington Sep 1 rUodej authority conferre4l3yjlbo pbsl 7i 9tulqe apprupraiqbiJI 1bst- j triasterGeneral Hiiicock today j ruralIfrom 1000 to 1IOO a year thus affecting 3000 men wish proportionate incsc tbcari riers on shorter loutes The order will becoii effective September 31fasedIdisbursement of 4OOQOpO a sJaryffourvea s 1lasttl l close of he last fiscal year oV Juoe SO there were 42031 jtIll naail darriersy the aggregate pav beir j 4p655740 The increase prj pyitIes ural carriers adequate Compensation for additional burtns lob im posed by the par ajs post sys 1Ir i on rurilmail routes can be con ducted practicalI4vthino extra expense to the Jt rernment ex cept the increasedjala y allow anej to carriers said Mr Hitcficonk fIn n y judgement tillS additional cost will be more than offset by an i increased rev enue thus insurmg the maintenance II t4iJ- i M r Hitchcock las directed al Iso that rural mail carriers on the completion of tvslve months seri e be grantJ j fifteen days leave with additldpal pay This SSOOOOa will re- IqUirein subearners Boat OnFFiier r While a g yitamping party from Lfarrcdsbtir J were lazily chugging around in their gaso KentuckyJr1Saturday niglu they noticed whai appeared tc he a log drift lug along in frorft f them Sud meteorIawful scare It was soon dis covered to be an timer launch juI which time gasoli e had in someway oec me ignited There wore five men abuaid all of I I eX1ceptthat they wuulc come to their rescue but mot to try to board the boat as it had four ladies aboard and ftjll heir excitement might cause all o get into the waterl One fell aw jumped andI was taken in aac the little e nepr cried to iht o hers toturn off the gasoline ulthey did not kniw how to do it As the Harrodsbnrg much paddled aound waching developments time engineer or the Frankfort boat caught fire but he quickly plunged into he water and comingup at he other end of his bo tt gmt a fard and turneA off the gasoline It wasn nar row escapeaiidtho Frankfort people were very thankful to receive help and encouragement in a critical tince Harrodsburg Leader lNegro Killed His Wife John Williams alias Courts a negro about 35 years of age shot and instantlykilled his wife at their home in Guinea II Tues jday rhortly after noon The bullet penetrated the brain through the left ear Having killed the woman the negro turned the pistol upon himself The ball struck a rib on the right side and made an ugly flesh wound but did no serijus damage it is thought though it ntered the plural cavity DI Robert attended the injured man and on Wednesday he was conveyed to jail by Sheriff Bur ton and Deputy Staton The remains of the unortu nate woman were conveyed to Kearns Smiths undertaking establishment and prepared for burial and later conveyed to the home of her mother in Guinea The funeral wjll be this morning Both Williams and his wife had the reputation of being honest hard working people Williams has talked but little about too tiagedy but it is generally understood that jeal ousy caused the rash act he belie ing that the woman hart been meeting another negro The negro trial will probably be the latter part of next week iMnrion FalcooI Commissioners Sal M K Hayes Admrs etc PI Ilu ty S ottJohnson etc Dff virtue of a Judgment ando der of sale of the Washingtqn Ciret Court rendered at the May term IslY in the above styled cause I shall proceed to offer for sale on the premises nnISATURDAY SEPT 7 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of 1 2 and 3 years equal installments the following described property torwit A certain tract of land situated in Washington county Ky about 45 East ot Springfield and known as the ARCHIE MA1ES FARM The farm referred to in above men tioned order contains 239 acres 3 Rand 38 Poles and lies in the rich Plea sant Run section of Washington Coun ty than which there is no better land for corn tobacco and general farming Kentuky On this farm Is a large Iin beautifully proportioned residence in good repair and standing ona partic ular well chosen site a large and well built tobacco barn and all other out buildings necessary This farm isprobably equipped with respect to turnpikes than any other place in the county being bound ed on the north or front by Springfield byIpike on west by Harbours Mill and Lebanon pike The fertility of its soil the quality of its improvements and the convenl flinnIboth as a home and as a business prop osition in this part of the ste The sale ofthis property will carry with it seediug privileges for fall of 1912 and full possession on January 1913 This land will bo offered in two or more parcels as may seem to suit purchasers best and then as a whole the bid or bIds realizing the most money to be nccegted For the purchaseprice the purchasers with approved security or or sureties must execute bond bearing interest from date of Ealeuntilpaid and having the force and effuctbj a Judgrnent Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms c F BOSLEY MC W C j = J f 1 r 1 Saturday September 711 Is opening Day for new Fall Winter t Suits Overcoatss Fancy Vests I and rousers 1 1ciojII 1 IlIlEnghs Jpr g lrccCity Tai1 p 1 IT I W BAU VI BAUER Prppf I1I f irrr t7 1 a Doub1lefeatII If the Washington cqqniv checker players cant d any better than the v7ar8hrngtpn liadIt for awhile fcr the latter certain ly ought to getf more expert iin 1theyposed 01 Messrs Wm Vorisi R C Burton Erastus Hlhtdtitand Chaplindayand tackled the Cornishville team foKa mflch game of mar bles This team is made up of Messrs Frank Carey JRunsell Peavler Nelson Nuffraan and Boblsham Tbe Cornish villians defeated the Washington county team in four out of five games and tailored them twice The marble team from Bohon was present and also defeated the team from Gird well whloh vent home much crestiallun tihxt it had been rubbed into them twke HeraldIBaptist Association Meets Tuesday and Wednesday th4 Central Association of Kentuck Baptists hld its 24th annual session at Bradfordsville Tbt meetings eacl diy were well at tended and much inter st was manifested There were Visit ing participants from various parts of the State who toOIC8 leading part in the sessions each day iinciuJing such distinguish JohnIV McGill of the Western RQ corder and W D Powell representing the Sate Mifs1ons The jjreat variety and bountiful supply of the loaves and fishes spreadupon the ground both das show d the ability pos sessed by the people pf Drad rdS ile and vicinity o meet any emergency white champion ing a good cause Many able addresses were dieliveredduring the session of he Association and tbe meeting is sure to be productive of much good Lb anon Knterprise TlieChoIce Of A Husb and istoo imprtnot a matter fdr a wpiqan to be handicapped by weakness bad blood or foul breath Avoid these kill hopes by taking Dr Kings Lire Pills New strength fine compaction pur breath cheerful spirits things th win menfollow their use Easy safe sure 25ct Haydon Robertson PUBLIC SALE +Having decide lto quit farir ingI will on t SatnrdayrSep 21 1912 Iliffer for salemy fafm if not sold prWateIybefure Said farm is 7 miles west Springfield on tho Bearwallow ard Frredericks town pka I will also on same date offer my sit elf crbpif farming implements etc 1JCENSOR Incubator Free lncubatorotPthja best make wilibe gen Fret toj the Lady or Child sendipg Ub t upIeachI particulars and OUR COUNTRY lacnbator Oept r Commercial Bldg Louisville Ky Mall CarrtersWillFfy This is a age qf great discoveries Progress jfldes on the afn Soon we may see Uncle Sama mail carriers flying in all directions transporting mail people take a wonderful interest iin a dis covery that beheflts them Thats why Dr Kings New Discovery Xqn COlds and other throat and is the most popular medi America It cured me of a IICoughs caugh writes Mrs J F Siickney Corner Me after treatment and ail other reme failed Excellent forjfcoughs colds or any bronchial affectlopI Pffce and 5100 Trial bottjfe free at III Haydon RobertsonJ 11 FOR SALETwo thoroujbbrdS- QUtb I D9VIRgla JfrL Crnndy- R UVi P- STJDQji BYcARHER BOYS J Thla Will 8iiFtUNIi WeekofSpt L I With a view of further J encourage went to the tarmer bY8oHintu to gain a Bclentlbcknowiedge of aitJt culture the itnte Fair manageet 11menill11 i = poPUIIUin P scholarship In the agricultural college of the State university carrying with It 100 In f cash will be oredfor the best Jndpe Iff ot several classes The contest w lll consIst of rings forbprselcnttJeJI I sheep and swine exhibited at the State Jrest1ltedforth his feasduB for the vdecuiins f reached by him The contest this year will be under the ersonar supervision of Professor l4msbandry Ip I slty at Lexlngto and It Ishlspitr pose to devote much of bis time tram wqrk1Ingi1 theeventlriasmpcl1as nreii corrrlt1yJudmuch Interest Is always manifested Inathis contest and as many appllcatfonsp for entry blanks harp be by Secretary Dent this year It Js jjet pelted tha keen rivalry will existoamong several hundred young psitsand boys the week lof the Inlr iepi- 91I Any boy who wl bt8 to eiiUrr j jblankbytary of StoeiKalr n om320 jIItJones ul etJnt Jo11 rllnnd ayuv tt Jbej the entry blank MIDWAY ATTRACTIONS To Be Featured at State FalrVeek of 1septTime Midway Tittractjons tobfc J lured at the State Fair this year 1I1J be far and above the averageidij ltl ttheipurposevide only the best for the patrons of the Kentucky Institution In or1erto t carry out such au arrangement J3ecra tary Jf L Dent wjjt visit the shown two weeks before the date of tht Kentucky State Fair which Uthewjek of Sept 0J4 and make a personaUnspec tlon with a view o ellmlnatlne any and all unattractive dr freak features The shows engaged lor the Fur are the lfl zeppo and United Show fbluedlent to guarantee a high class and clean Unejof attractions hut toj make lt doubly sure Secretary Deqt baabt planned the personal Inspection jto sat Isty himself It Is ttie purpose of the t management to provide suiia line otsideshows that parents can lef their children visit the shows day and nlgut without the attendance of olde4 mem h bers of the family In order to further carry put this teatt man4emeuthasknowd Keutucklansto be stationed both on the Inslde und putside pt each of the Midway attractions durJn lbtt week to louk utter the welfare pt the IIi putrbus lIuel to see that nothing la aIda or done that fould Ilii the teiist offend eye or tar of any person within p the incloaure v BAD FOR THE STqM CH When Nonfatty Foods Are l tfimatai Mixed W ith Grease ITbeppw er of digesting true fat ThU dJ81 posed of In intestuiea Wjieu eaten in the ordinary fopnsas ft meat butter etc4 the fat separate48it in the stomach and does apt In be least Interfere with the work of the SAstric juice on other food butiwhen a nonfatty food has been intimately mixed with grease the latter prevents tht gastric Juice getting at thg food M could digest Fish fried In oil or butter ts by no means the most marked example us the fat does not penetrate very deeply Potatoes mpshcd with utter ore ruth er worse Atid winced vegetables fried with butter ute bad offeuders Tim reason advanced explain Why pork la dltHcult of llgestlpu The iiiusculai aberare mixed fup with fat veils and by the libehition of the oil eifcli tiny cell the eaten pork made into an oily paste A very strong Stomach frill do th work required but ft Is not fair task to Impose frequency pad n weak stoma h will rdfuio1to do anything beyond J reminding ItaVowner by a few stabsI that It will not stand such treatment Exchange U Gymnasium Training Every person wbp has received gymt luftlum training Is aware of the fact lint an exercise whIch calls for pain ul effort on the piirfof the beginner ja ifteu performed almost without any onsclous effort Ut all after a certniu imouut training has been received Again It ts perfectly well knpwn that hUte strength ulout does not make r rymuust and that even a simple exer i else may offer great dilllculry to aIUusI ular nud well developed who lids not been trulbed llu the gym nasium TbeVexplau HlOQ for this Is made 1n au article by Professor Du boll Ueynjond In Die Dmsbau wltojji rpoints out that ope of the eSseatUK funOtloHs of gymnasium w rktnbt ap tnuchto build upnUs as to train tierred tiene groups to work In iroiNir unIson un cotrd tuzitJOt 4FarmForS J DNeiir j tiWoddlawfet iU NslonIl i Gounty 125fccrei of io11J imp a an4 ner a R 4 l Tar lCatr F N4tt t Btr1sown XI t 1 r I TkafE 7- r In Penrose Archbpldahd Roosevelt we hayej 1rna repre sentaiives of thefMark Banna Repub rfcaniain which baa ruled elthe country f sixteen year V fenrose is typicall ojta h ned unscrupulous bosses who bjwomtLe livery of the Esputilie in th se7vrce of the proiecfed tfu tsitnd combinesSArchbold s typical of thous andaf of rich men profitingby vtnlfy laws and contrlbstfng freely to maintain in poWnrttha political organization whicb pro Yide ithem Roosevelt iI 1PcalbrSpur smug Mark isnna iPVMi Riis and Congressmen oviagi his preferment to the mo etiiofi i andgiingfficial U is only a UttledlJirio that these men arm ln mJbullying the peppk 11th ifrhVir claims that they aa r monopoly of llthe virtiWjfBndt Wisdom in Atoerlcai NowQcolc t thenil Two cqafe ii f One leads ignorance j Yet eydrythlngnhaVtkiy say f e3hthhi1n knpjrm or nspeted for y ari El ctiona bayebeen bought Lawi have fel1 bought Laws havVbesa uspjiptled Laibrakimg has bsn ignoiedriyIlg 1nd 9 faypr BtTVabe6n praced7ahoyc right and juiiipe I Until aiUtle while aio this was triumpba ptibUcinlsm as debauched by Mark jiimna twaa a united ad harinwiious KepubliwinigBi too Noij but pempcrate objactid toiit and hey were hriekei doirnbj men whpowed tb icj pfficial atatiot a to thrcttteu1money of t 4ttIt is mOney alone that hag guided Mark Bw1 party Under the tariff ia fKivtji to ft oy perjured CpmcrcMM it has stolen from tQ4 the money which JfhMMiiUr urthtr to coirupi U1e qpe Roshveitand T i Iii the nL44c Arch old acd Perjkfna art IB tha boat PenrO4eawlPjjai are in the same boat TheTbwqtiar h tdlled wIth each otbrj lbt they ave never qurrel1with the System that madwhatthey are They are alt Ha na me1 still t pabbcallp1Axtrbefore il had saved the Union nd ratd race Was It worth wjiilt to reserve the Union only tosur render it into the haud4f Mark Hancas loctew WaaMie race emancipated Iin order ibat Mark Barn as shackles might be placed upon severalraomt When the Reptiblidtk party had a Sv9rth3miaion the fata of the Republic hung more than once on the vajor qf its warrior i citizens How maiiy ot thorn t9g9rywe know andwhtGpkep ui weallbave ICBQWJI 1neral way for sixt eMtPenroee and Ajrpbbolet reveal apart bAttV o jOf New York and PJepvIe hi 1904 took place in eT rjHaiiHaized State intle IJaloj ttpl paljin tbaoyear but ia Idg J900 and 1908 McKinlej kn wvik Roose yelt kne rit Tafl tletEverybody knew it l Mark HaBiw RtpnhlJca partgaVe foyeraia t illw the ltiandsr of ccontrilMitfilif corporf liooijand traati By thIN fret oombinatiofis three Pfeeldea a nameJ Ropteveit ajooflf then TThey bounht a paifcf and the party bajteljr deliVered up to jTftsRepiacaicpln died wa J Ik Han c appeared Thai Mark llaarri TaftrIdvlOIOWIsjj IsSOlkl iou8olbagf4ig5al bl or1i EcqLiciy says yoer eo6l 10d14J WIUt t Tft toad allofoir wtw a JIriJ see tAM oew Ii l fj fCMIr s slackt t Urm akdr WjyymeM1 B1fkcio r 94f Lill 0 aaJ j i t WS4EA- OilROI ICY- f Jfof i 1 1 li BTUTTXVMBAT l JMBL Ntf JtSENNLW fii melon s Mh Pmbltabw i iltalteisvt fie eat y of all f ycT ra iB eeatkvmi in it i A tryPto mice it self EMMatat ia the affair of the ftra tat JtMwiftg tbat iis ettt teftckicy woiM bt re privet whta Pill Iii Ultra form it seeks to mike its way isw file beaite of the people by ft yiI1O get aomti of iu doc yotrtaq Into the other political p sties Oae ott the latest of thea ifeiU in what is known se thtx euall of jwlg s and judicial ekcis oas or substituting tht- vototof the nob Jor the void t 10t ff jteuoe If m jjrige k corru the JltfHtit larva of the co fiyt an adequate remedy bti tto r J profited tJJI would an- dttwat the foundation stood uplt which the government Teeth The prejudice of the r hTc iroald be substituted for tW kwrfagts This fad can aotreofelre todstrongcotadetstne rtfoaudyet It isI but one of th MctattMic fad that are being J afJitated la theee daya ate care not what party May advocate eoekUefte dectriiea that party afeoali reotiYt the fifaoniBious defeat tkUt tteservesae Tfaat ai attempt was Made by bona aMusiis IIB Washington 1 to take the life of Hon Bep t Jafaaaea shows very plainly thatt he cork hlhu been doingf- r is let by these who fear exposure 4 A Irma of Ihr District Cttarfablahe his s aved to Ameri cat people tboveaada of dollars Mr T Soott Males of blfi place t baa been ably assisting nte aid has Made for himsel i gaits a rspstatlon aa an expert I aqataata lIt Bach as iDYestiga titles bas bag been needed bur has beets delayed from time tu f time became it seems novae bad I s the Berrcr c red to i4trt k e 1t dtb fcatfter Mr Jphaaoa k- doipfy ii the yutk iearlewly and foMalJy aajHUie paWkfore- rtbymz Htoatta are beginning JkJ rtjiliae that his work is nolt wjtttiat reaiilis i r- o 0 lecpoadlif to the publii claBMr for contrlbatloM to tbe CMBpai m finds of political per- til Vttes to tCOt frcm popular sub fjv sefiptleos in order that tbet f may be fret fro suspicion ofi sinister influences Banks an tbre country have been asked tort celT svaficriptioaa to the cam palgm fiids of each of tba three I jmideitial candidates The 4 i Taft NatitiQal l Bankor thi + plaee ban laformedBs thattbev are mow recelvine subscription 1 ior the Casa31e n funds of the 3threei parties Jhe Denxscratic the Rtjpalar Republican and the r Progressive Republican iv r Majorities which have ayer aged 80000 in Vermont in presi- dentlal years since 1692 in all d rePresebtes a f ad early In the evening itt became known that the elect tloa of a Governor would bt throws into the legislature B which iis safely Republican as f siriBfthe electfonj of Allen M Progreaslcve 5 party made a goid shgwt against the old parties While J fthis Democratic ticket made sub r skuitial gains J t ftttttlfc llTI UMf 1N1M1 IInr SIqIcII aw nVfot ere PiltabMtIeorco roatlwithyc f tar art let it Kaad tweatyfoiu hours quhed1utOI t tgbtisp or arilky a of indicate a kealtliy ceodi tioa ofthe sere too f great desire JaSll it or ptia t i taatteu3ritLeji aatriaacedMtstla WkM k kxledger 5J tee cnK xse- r y waia tecrscHsg atM beck1 ys iaiarypertftlte=ig1 it r M ltWiH t1ittaplwat Ite vof 00II pe1W to go ltal f y tot y 4 I t eit swr ReK b tMWaMethIIsta tonal aGmttoat this its d ab + oa = e ddepends epos l = f Jt ff g JjneJtfsji fcmlaV r llr auid svitaima tt 111t W IsM 1atohelCoIiltitdon the woman snffragq amendment iccladinrmunicipal home sniff sad liquor liceaie itI w iR indicated bad been adopted This 50000000 food roads amendment appears to haver been defeated WilliibUTf I PtM gam Blackerby bit een tiLrPM ar Lltb s one to 0wyiavtqwljiter BjJIUoery goods Mrs Mary Hughes and sonsuJcfcn Turner attended services at the Jl E church at Mack abeMrs W PowRr of Madi laonvllle Ky sPsii last week at t e home of Mrs Sue Merritt JendfsinllyttDanvIiha f Mr and Mrs W 9 Ponlter spent last Saturday and Sunday with Mr Merritt Yeager and family at Van Buren l taft it2attie Settles who hasw the typhoid fever is getting alonfr very nicsly at this writ ing Mrs Charley Montgomery woo ban been sick for sometime U IMrlweek with relatives at Van 13aare JlkfiJfromdeld fair Saturday Mr W T Wells and faro ly attended the birthday dlnne of Mr Frank Mitchells at LW renceburg last Sunday M18 William of Salvisa was the week end guest of Miss An die Foster SimSspent8qnJay Rockrun ofaCprnishvllle spent Wednesday and Thursday with ber parents Mrs JB Divine at this place Mrs Narcissus CutHinger spjnt Thursday and Friday with aairs Richard Ri1ey- iRMiss Jennie Goodlett of Lit Feel spent last Sunday with Miss Effie Lawson IdrOR CouI for ersold 1160 a borse IMraWilhs Riley of Liuey spent last Sunday with her parents here Mr Ray Pinkstojj gave an apple peeling to the oung folks All reported an enjoyable time Mis Ida Divine has returned home after a pleasant visiti to friends and relatives at Cornish yule Mr W JFowlermade a buai ness trip to Fenwick on Thurs day of last week Miss spentngMiss Minnie Coulter at Tatbam SpringsMr Ezra Bale and wife of Cardwell sywithMrs Hirve Sims and daughter Maud r1noonMrs Eraatus Colvin accompa nied by her friend Miss Hobbs herteasister Mrs John Turner dThose on the roh of h jnor for eithe second month of school1 are toas follows Lester Dine Ver ner Divine San ey hewuaker Marin Perkins Hon dt Ander son Paul Perkins Ruied Coulter EWe Lawson Hattie Coulter SteJaandAunieFowler Gladys Anderson and Bailie Shewmaker Th4rnllsydy wi wat tiveatN fa JIaleAr tai by gtllaa- tyaii Dtch foldcaltk el AKfUraua tkua4flErrstillI Brierlteprehea554 mottos n thank bill kai hwrrtf fctMMi a itrwJ hit U skip eWx mu sLaar kaa take Karassiumof v y u TKr WlUUxa A XUdfoM win answer wllJkt of buliatn for the readers of tbW i without doubt the hlchMt authority ea all theM ubjeeY Addrnr all Inqulrie A cement block hbui 36 feet long flrtt cement house Were expensive cal Ingcaultr however slid our paired knowledge at mixing grate broken stone and nth Improved Dockmaking machlbe- kaT ilmpllIl d matters until It quite possible to build a of cement f r less money the ordinary wooden house costs Of course there are many side es which affect uSa general undant ia other places they be brought from a distance In meat construction one of the problems is Uje cot of teaming ovary materials necessary to Ute blacks but there are J s tiff block machine can be on the lot where the house Is e built and the gravel or sand the cellar excavation used In the mix lure that goes through the machine In a cue of this kind the only team ing1 necessary Iis to have the hags of cement the mlHwork joins and lum her necessary foV the floors and the shingles and rafters for the roof In building a cement block house grass un ua to plaster the wit on the outside with a layer of cement mortar to keep the dampness from the ground from striking through into the cellar The top of this stone wall al so receives a coat of cement mortar in tact the stones that compose the wall are laid In cement and the Inter slices are filled with broken pieces embedded in the wit cement mortar Tics mikes a very solid stone wall ud a splendid foundation for the ce mint blocks One dljneuUy which has now been pvercone Iis the designing of cement blow that tit in round the windows and doors and that match right at First Floor Plan the corners without the necessity of making a whole lot of blocks of apo dal sises Cement blocks are large and the wall goes up quickly when everything goes + together tight but when you have to stop and chisel blocks to fit then the expense for llabor mounts up at a lively rate Before signing1 the contract find out positively If the builders know actly how to design and manufacture blocks that will go together without this extra expense The houseowner Iis the one to pay the bills whether the house is built under contract or by day abor A contractor who understands his business will make a bid that la reasonable but a contractor who has not had experience In cement block construction Is likely to lead DIES TO SPITE Woman atjParia France Ends Life In Owners Flat to Vex ParishHouse owners in Paris are no better and no worse than those of say country and disappointed touriaU a charwoman and who besides is not 1 win do apmetkln that attention to me said ofae poor wretch and she penned the cue you let my tat to slather Peo pie will mot cue to dome to a flat with a cot ia It Ji g tlN fM eta auks Ire which aka l it fl I1siiis +WMARADKM 01OWrIexpsrleacy WeeJeclieoaDonlernrd oDlJeSo meuurinluTpor onlaevlrIUelthat countryth goodj LANDLORD HimI blacklistGandblottheirflatsroomuenagerleI IwmhertkreatTkeproprletorcaul adIrthet himself and the ownejH into Mlfflcu ISHollow s are vez e much the best They squire consld orably less material IB the making and the open space in the wall is 8 t benefit as it provide an Insulatioi y against heat cold ai d dampness which Is an absolute necessity for comfort and healthfulw as r Provision Is made in this plan g a cement floor in the ellar as well s aa a cement outside liar entrance the walls of which anc the stair an e built together and hen finished stone FIOo1Plan monolltljlc construed n The con crete for the cellar bol om consists of four Inches of groutln which Is com posed of one part of g od Portland ce sandIatone The word del n to a cement man means that the and and stone must be entirely free rom or contain only a trace of clay ofr ordinary earth adbealonand If used the cicrete will be crumbly The mannirof mixing dif fers somewhat with different work mlxlnlthmixing them thorqu ily wet has nev er been improved up n If the owner und stands some of the general principle of cement con poaitlonand with much beta r satisfaction on both sides It an Important piece of work to start to bjilld a house that one expects to live In probably for a number of years 4 id It pays well to read up and know ffort certain whether things are just at others represent them or not bottomThatto the manner of lleveling the ground A cellar bottom uai illy ia not put In until otter the first oar joists are In place The joists course are level and It Is easy to lei el the cellar bot tom to the joists ty using a measuring stick of the piper llength but the floor should bei ower In one cor ner enough to drain readily Every cement cellar both n should have a drain to carry off t b water when the cellarprovision la made or easy washing when the cellar Is iltullt the cleaning wmbeAnother point tht t should be care fully attended to jjh the cement top surface This shou d be about three quarters of an lag thick composed of cement one par to three parts of clean sharp send first thoroughly mixed dry then horoughly mixed wet enough that water will follow the trowel lii sloop Ling This coat should be put on he concrete base while the concrete still damp otherwise It may notlUck properly and you will have a flu r that sounds hol peelAnothertion la the opportunity to make the cellar window silly of cement and to embed the frame thoroughly carefully In thewalI in the northe parts of the count where the cold is extreme In winter his precaution will help a great deal n making a fros proof cellar Nero us i PaleI FThenpoor your Food must be thin your n rves must be weak You I need a strong yersSarsaparilla parilla entire free from alco I DoctorItrifJiDCconequencc shoterder PillstY4t T thI J tIl co r t1 8 11I LAKE COI i DEALERS IN =a 1 1 I i ICOAL GRA N FEED I We give 80 lbs of Coal= to the bush el anUA load all wagons with coal fork Loaded in this way you GET 1 NO SLACK You can not use Besuretci t tjy doing so i neyI CO LIBDLAKE i Double HI Assessment Would you Inquires the Green wood Journal give the deaf man a verdict if you were on the jury who is suing lor damages because he al leges that he is paying for preaching he cant bear1- Personally wed be inclined to ren thehnmortalgoes a loyal henchman of the clan named Danny was arrested for an en thusiastic ind successful assault upon an Innocent third party It was just before election and Danny sent for his leader The leader heard Dannys story and went to see Paddy Dlwer Ju4glt4hi sale I wish youd be light on Danny Hes a good fellow and can help us a lot la the election JlY8himBut that will keep him In Jail over the election the leader protested H said Paddy I mean the plalntUtr 0Ae teDleelplln The yooajr teacher should learn and the older teacher remember that for every tend ir that falls on account of lax dlsclpliae there la another who falls on account of overgovernment Some teachers assume the same atti tude as the policeman who found two men talking on the street corner and ordered them to move on aa there war an ordinance prohibiting crowds gathering on the streets One man remonstrated Wing that two did not make a crowd Oae makes a crowd If I say so answered the policeman A teacher who assumes that whatever he 17slIs law and it Is law because he says It iis making a sad mistake When the pupils have a definite aim to do and thei teacher has a definite aim in what he does there will be DOj time nor occasion to maintain or der It will Bwiatatn Itself Mis semi School Jounudjs Cautious Threuih Exverlene Come OTebfad phi withm7 little pleasantfacedrsew neighbor Ujth urchin on the 11 between the two lootIs your little boy sick of anything came the childs earaest Question No indeed sonny Why Cause Ive had my tQnaUtakenI out ali my a tiolds removed an my appendix cut out an Ive been vaOoI clnated an serumlsed for typhoid auI spinal meningitis an Ire had antitoxin injected an I vdo hope I wont have to have aaythlnc done to me this year sos for a little while I can have a bit o fun Neley Meat Un Isaac L Rice who has done so muck to diminish New York noises said im a reeeat aaUaoUe address 1 coafratulate those New York bio tel that hat substituted light for HU4U ht 7m kaow lashes up rbeneatk TeeM jumper Ia smnmon tag senrsJiU tkata fttlUas eslcacibu- wkilt ItkI eTeIcktnol 1 than the UHfallafallBf of aldelectrio bail i HOtels seed M device You have art prapit that typlcalljr noisy keW wkef eat fti aaa once ae1n4e Ti R aa rp te4U places l Ideals Mfly iffy irlac you every ask a sleeDlagl IOWCM with yow tee water Haydon Robertsotf Havdoh Willett OneMan StructureI The biggest oneman structure in eaj18ntlTborer placed them all In position and in fact constructed the whole of it from foundation to turrets How long It took him to acompllsh this feat is not clear He is said to have been engaged on the task for 4f years but the interval which elapsed between the demolition of theold hurch and the opening of the present one was only seven years At all events Greens record like many others In connection with building will we generationsWide Jupiter MoOI1Li One of the greatest discoveries of clenoe U due to observation of W eclipses of Jupiters moons It was found that when the earth was In th part of Us orbit nearest jto Jupiter these eclipses occurred T6 minutes 1 tugthermost 54ofjaieItt VII not instantaneous and conse fluently took 16 minutes to trarera- the diameter of the earths orbit distance of about 100000000 thus giving to light a velocity ofmilesI 000 miles a second which was accurately shown later by other mentaI experI Many Animals Have a Sweet Tooth Everybody knows that foxes areI fond of rabbits and hens but in spite of Esops fable we forget that they i laTe what Is called a sweet tooth and frequently eat ripe fruit The coyotes of Point Lotna which are first cousins of the foxes often devour two or three watermelons In one night They blto them open and relieve their thirst as well as satisfying their love for swcot things They will also eat the prickly pears which grow on then tld cacti and are even suspected of robbing big fruit trees There are lions living in a very dry part of Africa which quench their tthirst on small melons which grow wild there Bears also are fond of fruit and eat quantities of berries In the autumn Their sweet tooth leads them to at tack beehjves too and they do not suffer so much as you might think as their thick fur protects them from the angry bees r HomeIMotion Picture Machine for Fpr rapid motions like those of fly ing Insects a now cinematograph Ap paratus takes 2000 successive views a second on 125 feet of film and AS the usual stopping of the film for each exposure is impossible at such speed the exposures are given by electric sparks each mating not more than one 1400000th of a second The pic tore may be shown on the screen at the ordinary moving picture rate ol fifteen or twenty successive views per second thus giving a better perception of motions that originally ale silt ficult for the eye ttb follow A new Edison promise is that ef a home klnetoscope that wilt lake muting picture available lor everybody for varied purposes It Is aMmaeei that what now requires100f feet of film will be compressed upon eighty feet and the apparatu win ceayar witk a lowing machine In z c 1N11R1lRf 1C1l1t1 R1lR1 R1t111t1t1t i tJ Executors Sale iIll = IIi lfI y virture of the power and authority given us by 0 Ithe will of the lato Richard Sale we will as bis ejtecuion 0 ItTuesday Septfifflbert 10 = at 2 oclock p m offer for sale 01 the premises to the IIll hlguest and beat bidder theiollowing described parm to Ill wiY lfI tTbe home place of the llate Richard Sale situated 8 q- c wiles from bp rinngthld Kyand 4 miles froin ValleI Hill railroad station on the SpriogDeld slid Waiiou Lick turn J pike and on the waters of the Litthe Beech containing about 155 acres Said land is ia good coYiditiou lOud ban ee III improvementsbi lfI t walnut limber great quanity of h ousts and ia all good jt f tobacco land and well watered Laud will be sold by 9 11zf TERMS Land will be sold for one third cash re 0- ffaredif with lieu reserved on land 5- gg FE and J M Sale J t Exedutors ofRichard Sale v us ltsV 4 VUsVnaV f 1 6 i pSEPTEMBE 91O11121314112AT Kentuckyk Statet ly OFFEREDe MIDWAYrif f r LIB ED 8 BAND tFarmer Boys School Encampment REDUCED RAILKOAD XATM d For Information Entry Blanks Catalogue Addret SECYeLOUiiLLTKYa r = PUMPG1JNi Sdlid Breech HIhmerlessSare teBoltomEjecdonempiyand gases must gp he same way too mMnc uaatewpleel nghrTtapid poinlmg always Solid BreechHammerless perfectly baliiaceda akMiejt strong sweep of beauty from stock to muzzle Tutee Safety Devicesaeddeatal dkcharfe H4 eesUe SnnpIeTakeDqvnTa quartet turn of the betel ele ititarrying cleaning interchange of barrels made easyTwr liners are your only tools For trap or field work tH tttittt uA yehtor Year dealer keg one Leek H ved i- eReattn f ion Arira Uatest Met ll1o Cartrltlls Cs 200 Broadway i KwYwkClMr t l The NawsLeader One year and the LouisYirll- eNvenin Post unttlil Nov 10 for 150 5 7 k tAl T BURTON r MS OINT rENTIT L AN W rnteed r PHrnE162R j tttirneMagaS1ock1upatarat f i SPRINGFIELD KX 4 DThJCAIUDL ff ftjiiciii aDd Surgeon i Office hours 8 to 9 amll t pml4L WFV3RIGSBY 4TTORNEY AT LAW J OAfCOTir Peoples Bank SPBINGFIELIX KY t ELHW HYATT Oc over fled Cross Drug Stort Once hours Hyatt 1080 to 12 m 4to 5 pm J iT JMcWILLIAMS Notary Public I WILLISBURG KY Ppe ition a Specialty f j JOHN Y MAYfS ulilt niKtCTOB f1 AID LICENSED EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAY 10NIQHT T4 j SPRIHGFIELD KY DR IFi TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTOf Ice over Haydon Barber ft JP iital work at reasonable prices Ai1 Work guaranteed tl s S J3PRINGFIELB KY Intelligent Ostrich I AM cftrlph which recently pasBed w fAt a private zoo la Bedfordshire l Afe ViMfMi to have eaten seven pounds Cud a bicycle puncture out It It Is thought says London Punch U tW totelllgent creature had tried 3I tfvgnya Internal cut caused by the kAr Mce of the atones 0T BMriy With HU Excuse X 4Fl DOte to a friend In Greece iota4rUm to purchase books Frow iJlf iLht avarice he neglected to p jpi p the comylBBton but fearing iililc correspondent mlght be of 1 CMi i4r exclaimed when next they Jietrnty friend I never got the let I 1 ifc fau wrote to me about the books 4 t vDHy Thought B flail ot life because It giver 7fa tfak diance to love and to work Vail to Ply and to look up at the rtirt rMogalo Essays by Paul fit C w Wreutht Much MTsehlef gfiMriM of accidents aU on account eta eMW occurred one day not long ftfe at Nttria South Victoria A man y 1f4 driving a gig was upset by ruitBr over a cow The pony then MU4 with the upturned gig which frlfktieaed a team of Corses attached toAft wagon and the latter capsized jovie ft leg pinning underneath It the itiwwile sustained a fracture of j I rlbi6 I J R Mnt Woman In Hard Luck A pcasaat woman of Budapest Hun fary dreic MO from a savings bankT j wi oater way home bought a tame iare for her children For safety she J1andkerchleftifi iprWch she had rolled the notes but tM aalaal managed to get away t tkr aad money and alt The poor ifMMft in her despair hanged herselft tt4T = HHHii iiJiNfitti II TOWN ii5 6W ST Interes fI Ths If AIIAbiityjirsf Filsid a Acquaaii fiM IIITIIIFII II 1tI fPP OBryan GC Brady Springfield Ky R R 8 hat for sale 150 bushels of White Seed rye LosTA gray coat between KrjringHeld and Keene bridge Finder will please leave samje at this office FORRENTCotta and prem ises at extension of Main and High street Apply to John W f St Catharines Academy open ed last Taesday with a large attendance anti prospects for the greatest year in its history Oar early tailored models and street hats are now in We can please you in style and price Come in Mrs Williamsf t FOR SALENice Dwelling ontt High Street near Catholic Church Eurooms and hall llocated on H acre lot Apply toii T F or J R ontKomeryI Strayed ori my farm near Fen Wick one white sow weighing about 250 pouuds Owner mayI have same by paying fur thistt and for pasturage W B JelIrlesIi We show the styles that will instantly attract you The lat est novelties in feathers veils etc Mourning goods a specialty t Mrs Williams Mr T K Smith while crank ing5th automobile last Friday had the misfortune to break his wrist His injuries were treated and he is progressing very well l STRAYED On my farm about weeks ago a red boar weighing about 110 lbs Owner may have same by for keep andtt for this advertisementJk J BART SMITH LOSTA double case gold filled watch with leather fob attached With initial on it be tween Bt Catherines and Spring field on Bardstown pike Monday evening Liberal reward for return to this office or Marion j Cecil at St Catherines Springfield City Tailor maker of ladies and gents tailored suits Chemical Dry cleaning French Dry cleaning Sponge cleaning dyeing hat reblocking Goods called for and delivered Phone 6R F W Baumbauer PropI During the first day of the fair Mr Logan Walker was standing near tbe gate to the ring when a horse that was coming out kicked striking him in the breast He was rendered unconscious for some time but revived later and is now able to be out again was the regular term of tbe Springfield Police court There were quite a number of default judgments taken The only suit in which there was a controversy was that of Bert Smith vs Louis Young cf in which the plaintiff recovered a judgment for 25 Among the busy parties last week was little Dan Cupid EXECUTRIX i Sale of Landp v Bv and in pursuance f the authority vested in me VsExecutix of thvlll or the late John Basil Mullican jindiix obedience to the directions given me in his said il I will I3 hirf Executrx offer for sale at the Court House door io Sptingfi d Washington county Ky on Monday Sejtcmbfer 23 1912 Ar2 OCLOCK PM p 11J5u reJUrl gOd tslIube la d sjtuated on tt e Westaide of the Boomt1t1d lithe 11 d djoining the lands of Thosr g5itOomst ckanj Wni H MuIiictn This ladd Is all in grasp tabd1s v iry desirably lucsed being clus to town and I church nd iis very Kuitibl for a home r i TEBMi Orethird ca in equal Install ments due on ojo and two years after date note bearing ix percnt interest from dite with lien reserved land to seen e payment thereof Purchaser will be given a ded warrantyAny will home on iihe Uluointi lii pike and they will be shown tSuerit 0 4 MRS NANNIE MULLIGAN Executrix of John B Mullican deceased tU4W1fl43tW r NNHOOOO Lteal Happenins 1Frehe tiiiMl Latest Lewisf advertisement 6 paying 0 Monday 2 as hSremaiQder calrato1 fDPI0sii OOOO 9MOOM IDR V MANNING DENTIST SPRINGFIELD KYe 4 t 1OfficessJ grocery Phone 234R t Hours 8 tol2lto4I quite a number of persons were 1 united in marriage during the week Among these were two v weddings at Clerks office The first of these was that of Mr Wm Uardin and tvliss Jane Thompson who were married by 11other11 R3v18Colley One of thep rettiest social af i air seen in Springfield for some time was the Fair hop given by the joung men of the county Tne elaborate gowns worn by the youncr ladies and the even I ing suits worn hy the young men ecalled the brillant Balls of former days A large number of joung men and ladies fromf neighboring towns were in atltendance The music was furnished by Grilts band of iliex 1iCi ShehanReed Mr and MrsT D Sbehan announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Grace to Mr J R Reed Jr The wedding to take place tbe part of this month in litterItIt Ic YoungBallardMr Ballard and Missa Charlotte Young were married last Saturday by Rev J OIColby The groom is a son of Mr W B Ballaid and is an industrious young farmer while the bride is a daughter of Mr Mack Ycung who lives near Valley Hill CleaverJMr Robert A Cleaver died at the home of his parents here lastfSaturday morning after an ill ness ol tuberculosis llewas 28 years of age and was a son oftt Mr and Mrs P 0 Cleaver Hei was born in Marion county but moved to this place with his t parents when about 10 years Of age and lived herefor several years Be was a man highly re garded by all who knew him being the possessor of a happy disposrtttrn which drew to him the friendshp of all Burial services were conducted at the residence here Sunday afternoon by Rev Uolldy and Rev T J Wade of this place and burial was in Ryder cemetery at Leba nonIrA Great Success The Washington Goanty Fair association whicu held its meeting last week was one of toe most successful Far in ils his tory lbe attendance eaoh dayf was large there were good ex hibitions and amusements of all kinds The exhibitions of stock ot all kinds were good and the Jack show was pronounced by many present as being one of tbeI best yucu shows ever held in a IIwereI II ed in ttiesu rings Btid these i brougbi the stock Mr M A Mackin the owner of tile jack which wonthe blue in the aue jack ring sOld him after the buow rut 1050 AJsi Mr F F Mudd sold u tine jacn for 550 Nctwittistandiug the fact that tneie ws great expense cause ot cue ucreufce iu beI ums the Association made a conaiderabtu sum of money However u is proposed not toI make any divicend tills year but to expend 2e money realized iu improving the fair grounds so as to wake tbe fair a greater success iii ul6r ears It is also proposed to increase the premt urns on horse btock so as toI command the best stoCk in gl state The first days premiums which were milieu from the catalogue this year will be offered again nxt year vve believe that this will be acapital idea as LI1 1 III an attractive list especially to the ladies of the county The rule against showing the same article twice w be enforced will cut sotn articfts which i Iwe ai4 our parents iave cen thairior yeatfV People jdnttoipa lug exhibiting borne thingiJtbe ladies fi icy worli next year will have to get busy and bring something new as the old will be cut out f= E FRS Ofsf 41i IRay Condor haij entered school at BOY hug Gre n IProto Geo Uolvin ivill leave tomorrow for Packard where he eJJ Bards town visited trhafami of C L Price last week IMr Sam Gregory jf Alton 111 was here last wee Mr H M Noe of Ciampbells ille was here Fridavi it Mr and Mrs JD Tare in of Chattanooga Tenn returned home Friday after a t vo weeks visit to tber parents Mr and Mrs Ben J Hardiri Mr Ed McElroy of Kansas City is visitirg his parents Mr nd Mrs AJ 0 McEJ y at this place Mr Harry Cleaver of Mississippi was called las week by tbe death of bis brollir Robert Cleaver Messrs L M Vii nArsdale Chas Gtffinger Ja sham Baniy Bohon Jas i alters and ld Ooleman of Htj rods burg attended the fair here last week Hon J N Saunden of Stan ord was here last week attend ing the fair Mr Frank D Muly jy of Lou was here tSu lay to at tend the funeral of ir Robert Cleaver Mr Oscar Walker Jr leaves Sunday for St Maijj5j Kansas to atterjjd school Miss Gladys Walker has re lhome after jending five weeks in Louisville and Shelov Mr Pat Kelrow5u LouisvIlle d the fair here last week Misses Ejeona i nd Rana Howard Qf Howards own visited friends here last veck Mrs S 1 Smock fGlasgow visited relatives her during the Fair Dr and Mrs J H Lamoton and family left Tuesday morning or their new homejnLouisyilk1f i Mcof Wisconsin is tbe guestofSf Lymail Barber Mr Mitt Leach nan left yes terdayto attend set jol at Bowl ibg Green I Mr Wallace t rown spent Saturday and Sunday here II Miss Mayme Daiielly is the guest of friends in iLouisyiile Messrs Frank Bodford and Eugene Leet and i iand Mrs Robert Bland ford if Louisville WVIQ guests at the one of Mrs Puttie Blaudford L1t week Tom Edeleu hireturned to Louisville after alvisit to his sister here j Miss Imelda Blindford will leave for an exie ded yisit to friends at Vine Gr ye and Louis ingsMr B S Mattii gly attendelJ the fair here last veek Messrs Thos ifuuan and A Bin ford of Louisville have re turned to their nomes after a yisit to relatives here Mrs Josi Be yen of tI Louis Mo and r issLou Logs don of St Mar ps ana Mis Mario Clements f Louisville have returned 10 their howe after a visit to Mis Emma Nunan Miss Marie M 4 ney of Lou isville is the uuest of Mis MarieBarber Miss Margaret Sprague lias returned to Luuijviile alter visit to Miss E eaAor Duncan Mrs Kathurii Neale ant daughter Mssl F bethbavd returned tp Louissj iile IMiss Ella Adoiis of Harrtds homlIafter visii to rs U D Robertson Mr John Hop er of Perry vile attended Friday t111fai IMr and Burton ol Indianapolis visi led his mother Mrs C W Epp rson last week IMiss Lily tirades of Galves ton is the guest jfj Mrs T D Tapp Miss Margaret jvdones has returned to her boiiie in Louisyilli Iafter a visit to fri lids here IMiss Mary Sc itt Stratton hat returned to Lo lisyilleat erI visit to Miss Nap ni Rogers Misses MinnJ3 McClellaid Jennie Price ant Minnie JirkL 7 T son are attending the wholesale miiirneriy housed in Louisville this week f Thompsonrof Bardstownh yisited Mr and Mrs Gregg Edelen last week Mrs CarlisaClelland of Mid- dlesboro is the guest lof her father Mr J F Gregory Ii Successful Meeting ililVH1iam A Wolfe pastor of tbe Cnnstian church ai Spring Ky just closed a very suc WilllsburgIcy the beginning and the house was crowded at every service There were 22 confessions 11 reclaimed and11 by letter a total of 34 Thelast day was a busy day and indeed a happy r1ode Baskets tilled with good II things to eac and we spent the II day the No one was disap pointed but Bro Wolfe He heard someone cry butter milk but by some magic process the old cow had given ice tel instead of butter milk A short sermon Wbat Think Ye of Christ at eleven oclock Later before ad jurnment for dinner we called for a public offering with which tic repair tbe building Though the people are generally speak lug pcor yet they responded very generously 337 was raised Kits ranging from 50 cents to 25 Not only a great iingathering of souls into tilt Kingdom of the Lord and Say iour but the church greatly revived spiritually Tne Spirit of Christ was manIfestedand the power of the Gospel in every service rYliromiSingfield problem attlto its success A Lady s Aid Society with 40 memo bers was organized also a Teachers Training slass A front rank S S is in sight Be rore the jear ends the church will be overhauled and a more wonhy monument toour blessed Lord will not be found among the Disciples Bro and Sister Wolfe make a splecdid team Sister Wolfe does not preach as he but her message through song touches alT i W V- Notice Wilkinson I The County Committeemen the Progressive Party of Wash ington county are requested to meet at the office of W F Nei kirk Springfield at 10 oclock Saturday Sept 7th to transact important business A full at t desiredI Ohm Sec School Tax A penalty of 5 per cent will be added to all Graded Sshool tax that is not paid by September lOth If you do not want this additional cost your tax must be paid at once II G C WHARTON Treas For Sale tI desire to sell privately my farm near Springfield Ky consisting of 120 acres Farm Ihas on it 2 good dwellings good tobacco and stock barns Has on andLis ot efrwise wen watered 40 acres bottom JLnrl Pious Fenwick I Notice II Notice is given that Peterson and Spalding have dissolved partnership should anyone have claims against said tirm they- I will present them for payment aj S M Peterson Sam T Spaldinj Public Sale IIAs administrator of the estate 3of Nimrod Smith deceased 1 will at his lata residence on the Mooresville and Booker pike on i Saturday September 14 at one oclock pm offer fort sale to the highest and best bidder the following property Ore black yearling seer one yearling heifer one suckling horse colt s JW pica and shoats one runabout one old buggy one cultivator oueJjalf interest in mowing machine 8 plows 1 A harrow 4 bales of wire fenca one 8row marker 18 interest in organ some old gear and o her articles too numerobsto mention r Terms wade kcown on day ol sale HK OUBTSINGER Administrator j z TT i1 7 tI JUSTRECEIVED j Jf IIIA Big and choice tjl IILADIESI T TAILOREOCOATSfflTSI Nj- i1 IIICut and and made int jin Styles the lateist FalP V IIi i I Prices Will SURELY I PLEASEXOtJI I We have also received large and Childrens It IIMens RAIN GOATS We urge the trade to the make their selections Nearly before they are picked over v a J I i r CUT RICEALE4= l Of all summer goods still going on arid will cdntinueun I I til Sept 1st Come and get some of these great 1rr gains ALWAYS GLAD TO SHOW YOU4FFIROUGII I THE ROBERTSON CLBROOKE COiJ tI I iNCORPORATD it I 1 r iit mcej- J 1Ii lip IIBUY I I NOWI il 7 t I r I AND SAVE MOIsiBeg- inningAugust iilI3t19l2 we will fiT r ICoal House with High Graf IIYourBushel COAL on Car at or 16c de1yM1 II- IIII 80 lbs to the bushel 2tfk L IfIf- II L McCLtRE THE COAL DEALERSJ r 1 AiD TO INTELLIGENT STUDY OF THE BIBLE Sunday School Lessons Edu cational to All LAn Illustrated Commentary on the in ternational Sunday ichool Lessons May Be Obtained by Saving the Arti cles From This PaperHandy Compendium For Bible Students The Brooklyn Tabernacle articles on tbe International Sunday School Les sons bring out the instruction intended In a way which can be seen to bemore harmonious beautiful and reasonable than is generally understood There never was a time when rel- igIon was Investigated as generally by till classes of people as it Is today There never was a time when helpful explanations of the Sunday School Lessons were more needed The Brooklyn Tabernacle Lessons are the timely aid for all They present the various frag meats of truth on the different subjects in such language as best enables all classes of readers to grasp the gen eral thoughts of the lessons clearly The Sunday School Teachers and pu pils who devote fifteen minutes of study ordinarily with the hope of mas tering their lessons are often disappointed but to those of our readers who will give Just time enough for a careful reading of the Brooklyn Taber nacle singlecolumn article we Otter as surance of pleascmcnt and lasting good It Is the design of many readers to save the Lessons for a period of time and then have them bound together This will constitute a valuable and helpful commentary upon Sunday School topics The Brooklyn Tabernacle International Sunday School Lesson will be a regular feature In this paper each week FOR SALKTwrhhorotgJibred- SouthDctyjibthffs 0 L CrqriJJy BKi n ReliaWandComprehensiYeTeleplioneSfimcfi Is necessary to conduct 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4 t lsvllQS JetIii AqirIit SJt tbBoun Nc aily 306 u 3b5v 4r No 43 IDIJIrzun laf9O = Ioi1IltiO1t j wI tJo Sun onix pe1O U 33 N 4I EL7l ii GEOTWYM Secu s t Storage ceriinWtes o li I I fiiiL r LI l J W U6 iOAfsi T tiSlt SNIGIITS b 114iIJ m 1- 1f1 1FakOCCASIONS FIXED it S Certain Dat let Apait For Member- fit If Yarii rte ni OrinIztIOflsI I zft4 Oh r cfrtiM and TheirI F4Th LWt M Arranged by 1h1CmMitth in Chars Itiue erery day during the week 6T beq24jFr Sept 014 will be oue sbitbepeog1Lof Kentucky and 8tae KUrrottBdlng states will be given ttglaclund by the management Secretary James fc Dent In keeping iritb put custom has set apart each MT sBd might as special ofces on which nstteato of certalnuiectlOBS Dnjbers v S TtttoM fraternal and secret ocleI MA their Meads can attend thej i jit home on account it wKk association rn W Kelsker an original State Fj j hr has been named by Sec Tetarj Deat as general chairman of the f ciaI lajre AB41l1ghts committee sad iw iu assodatcNl with him as spaI daJ dMamaaB forack day and night 1reltMIm bu lnes and professional a Tf MtoaJlisJii that thora who at teiHlJlfir Talr on any ot the special w irwcfis 9P a compliment to the mifateterMfilMtlons will be wen JeUonlBg lathe list of special days aai tfchts as arranged for by Secre 1y tarT DMtaI Chairman Xeisker icflrAT Pt JCflT s0ri Ty ducation tiichool drens day fnttunt Barksdale Hamlett chairman 4refsier S 0 Holland vice chairman TUESDAy SEPT Mu dayIJfLiH eZ1lE1WLbethtownKy MatraMB V ChiuflMJC Barker Pembroke Ky t 9r WDNESDAT SEPT 11 Loulrvllle day Indiana day SWj O HfK1 mayor ortoutavllle chair ailmWrser New Albany nd j alSUzgDAT SEPT 4Aikyjlayprea day t EZj4aI4 hlb7v111e Ky presiI l Frau association1cuey It FRIDAY SEPT ijFJatemal day a4 H Ktecheloa MadlsoaTHIe Ky cM1ranSSATURDAY SEPTEMBER If- Boosters day L O Rose chairman J SPECIAL NIQHTB i7 Charles B Norton general chairman 7 MONDAY SEPT J Womans clubs nlKht1dra Charles IW aaiatSJnllfht B W Brown chair a SiWEfcDAT SEPT 10 f OcnnaaAmerTcaa night Louis See 4bach chairman The Anzelcer nlbtH V Coka chairman 11tOHearn chairman I TM Herald nUjbt W K McKay chair man aTIIUIISDAY SEPT 11 Military night Colonel 3 Tandy Ellla ra nal nlgbt Harrison R Rob t nran AY SEPT IX Business xnena nlrht Major John B LMtbera chairman Tbi Post nightBoyle O Boyle chair a t 8r SATURDAY SEPT It iri Boosters and farewell nightDr Ben L s rJi1n1ntr chairman T TH sic NIGHT SHOW I 1VauviflAstsaad fiars Rings f taW Features aj Stat Fair- The big night show at the Kentucky r Btate laIr this year jsvlll be the most elaborate ever prepared by the man tGf the Institution Believing IrL tktit1bhktVCU5 of the Fair would 4 ratic witness high class amusements 5StaatojpftQd their time Iq walking r OTerlhe Founds in a vain effort to see t pa jolf tfae exhlbUs which naturally ClolV afuigitt Secretary Dent has je cred some of the most noted acts Sia IfaowJt tolbe show wofTd which will feititwfe In the magnificently lighted IM dbQUlve stock pavilion each night f1WW at 8 oclock The manage JM ir krone to an expense of 5000 t ttfexJtttfl BtM thIs list of attractions among which will be seen Herzogs per forming stallions six In number and I Set4iekand regarded as the most BOOS animal act In the world the five tftrk l 8ltersi noted female acrobats the Okuras Japanese wonders thee CWJttoJatErfprds styled the Humun SButterflles Robinsons live perform InireJepHanur ihe Eddy Family In two Skip ly puxatlonal nets the lieiljilei Trti gtojusslan Dogs and other uctf e iSIgh class In addition LlshJh claMl 1Itloqmusements lto nlg bu will also wit- nesS the test rlnrfor light harnesj cudsaddlhoni ever plreu iuflveu t tucky In ndaitin to the 1000 ntuk k foj eJIldJ udd ers other rich rlnr for all other classes In both saddler and haruess horses will be contest 11ecbLJJlgIit during the week Been us of ti efrorrcous expense to which thi maas fitneuthas gone In preparing for the big night show feature of the Pair It has deeMed to charge an admissiona of Zceats p the pavilion at night This price wilt entitle the visitors to agy seat 4n the big auditorium except- tbejboxes For this sum they will wit ness the Biost famous American and 6MaB Acfajiow before the public r t = L Ill STATE FAIRS TWENTY BIG DEPARfMENTSi UsIOf Competent Superintends ents In Charge of Them Twenty departments have been i1tIranged for at the Kentucky State Fair this year and each department will beI presided over by a member of the state board of agriculture and In addition to the various departments having the personal supervision tct a member of the board each has beec provide with a competent superintendent thus in sung to exhibitors and visitors alike careful attention The following Is the manner In which the departments have been arranged and the member of the board and the superintendent in charge of each Horses Commissioner J W New man member In charge R H Lll lard Lawrenceburg superintendent mule and Jack stock James M Terry Cynthiann member Guthrie M WU son Bardstown superintendent beef cattle BJJ Bassett Leltchfleld memo er W R Moorman Jr Glendean superintendent dairy cattle M A Scovell Lexington member E A Farra NIcholasvlIle superintendent swine J L Letterle Harrods Creek member L C Owlnga Jeffersontown superintendent sheep and goats H 1Lcfromau Ghent member W T Chllton Campbellsbnrg superintendent poultry and pigeons J W Newman member J It Gribhle Louis yUle superintendent vegetables andI melons J L Letterle member Charles Scholtz Jr Louisville super intendent field seed and grain G N McGraw Bayou member H 0 Love lace Bostqn superintendent tobacco James M Terry member Judge Frank Pt Sebree Carrollton superjti II tendent horticulture Fred R Black burn Stanton member W H Clay ton ebron superintendent womans department G N McGrew member Mrs H S Vansant Frankfort super- Intendent farming Implements R J Bl1ssett Leltcnfield member F M McKee VersaJ superintendent for estry and minerals Fred R Blackburn member George S Lee ear rollton superintendent students judg Ing contest J W Newman member Professor J J Hooper Lexington su perintendent education H M Fro man Ghent member Mrs John L Woodbury Louisville superintendent dairy products Fred R Blackburn member Professor J J Hooper Lex ington superintendent For the deI partment for plants and flowers C R VanMeter of Lebanon will be the member in charge and hewlll also be In charge of the racing department while In the dog department Professor M A Scorch will be the member bar Ing direct supervision Already the members In charge of th various departments as well its the superintendents have gone to work to assist Secretary Deut and Assistant Secretary L B Shropshire In arrang tug for the exhibits in their depart ments and from now until the gates are thrown opeu to the public on the morning of Monday Sept 0 these olll tints will be kept busy completing the details for the big show THE GOLDEN AGE AT HANDaI Scriptural Evidences That Are4 hingNe One Can Afford Without the Knowledge We do our friends a valuable servloj when we call their nttentloC to the valuable book entitled THIS TIME 13 AT HAND in which nre given many Scriptural evidences to prove where we are on the stream ot time Mens hearts are failing them for fear and many of the lending think ers are proposing remedies to better conditions The Scriptures assure us tnat mans extremity will be Gods opportunity and this book holds outI an anchor to those who fear the wave of unrest now spreading over the world The honest heart confesses that It at a loss for an explanation of transpiring events While we refer to thle as the BRAIN AGE and the Age of ENLIGHTENMENT nevertheless many realize that we sire fast ap proaching a crisis which Is Crapped lu darkness owing to the present world wide social religious and political un restSend 35 cents at once fur the bookI Bible and Tract Society 17 Illck Street Brooklyn N 8 MESSIAHS KINGDOM The Glorious Day of Divine Favor It Nearing The period In which sin is permit ted has been a dark night to human ty never to be forgotten hut the gin rious day of rlRhteousrie snnd divine favor Is soon to be ushered In hy Mos slab He us the SUN OF ItUiHT EOUSNESS shall arise nnd shine fully and clearly Into and upon nil hringliiK healing and blessing which will more than counterbalance the dreadful night of weeping sighing puln knuss and death in which the groaning creation linn been long Weeping may en dun for a night but joy cometh In the MQItNINGIFor further LIGHT un the comlnp Kingdom send thirtyfive cents for the Helping Hand for Bible Students entitled THY KINGDOM COME Dible und Tract Society 17 lick Street Brooklyn N 9It HOW Td PR SEHV YOUVrf AND BEAUTY Si OM rot secret of youth and beauty for the young woman or the mother Is t i Iktpi ec mjUiiitaadlag of her womanly system and wcllbcin Every woman tt yewi er old should lass herself and her physical make up A good way to I 4 niTVCtora kaowletftfe iif to get a good doctor book suchJbr instance as If The 0 ng1Jr1PFwjei Commoa Sense Medical Adviser by K V Pierce M Dwhich can Jr I JV y t Ja a delicate mcchinc which can only be compared to the in khM bwM of a bautinil watch which will keep in good runtuhprder only sad the proper oiling ct the riIlit time so that the delicate mach asism may not bo worn oat Very many time youn vrpmen ttt older rum down before their time through jgnprance and the japroper handling of this human mechanism Mental dcpiressioa a confused head backache headache or hot 1asheaadmany symptoms of derangement of the womanly system can be avoided by a proper understanding of what lIIeaa hbse trying times that come to all women sixyesrsbincthoc1octofUaboutDr11ere8taken but one bottle until I found it had done me good I took InatL MCdIcJDIJOeTTf3urteen aynds I ayls salrerlrom feinsle tzoub- tWp7your Zvtts 1z152on fDJ the only medicine rn earth rNI- I Under Discipline Hammond noticed that his wife looked tired one Saturday afternoon when he returned home early from the omce When he spoke of it she ad mitted that she was pretty well worn out and when he discovered that she had dropped a tear on the lapel of his coat he insisted that she should take an afternoon off Youre worn out taking care of that youngster he saidfc Now you just trot along to the matinee or any where you feel like going and Ill at tend to the offspring He needs a little masculine discipline anyway Mrs Hammond demurred on the ground that she didnt want Hammond to devote all his Saturday afternoon to taking care of the baby but Ham mond was determined and eventually had his way Youre the dearest thing that over lived murniured his wife as she klssedhim goodby But Im afraid youll be sorry Baby is soso efferveB centPooh scoffed Hammond Then he smiled in a superior way When he returned to the living room Hammond found his son who was seated on a small stool and looking quite impossibly virtuous gravely con templating the landscape from the front window The situation appeared easy so Hammond sat down on the chair nearest the Infant and pulled out his oldest and smelliest pipe What do you say to hiving a smoke old man he inquired jocu larlyOugh approveinglyand went and stood by his fathers side Rather a good stunt having the feminine element take itself off occa sionally hey Hammond Inquired pleasantly as he pushed the tobacco down into his pipe with his little tin ger He laid the pipe on the arm of the chair rose and crossed over to the mantel to get a match Humph said the baby In a mur fled tone Hammond turned In time to bm cramming as much oftho pipes sirn down his thrpat as he could convbt ently Insert there HoweVer as hi frther 1eid toward him he gave a chuchle removed the pipe from his ntuuth dexterously shook the con tents out of his own clean little cra nium then threw the pipe upon the hearth The sound made by tho amber mouthpiece as It broke against the tiles caused baby to become fairly delirious with Joy Squealing like an ecstatic pig he ran from the living room back into the dining room Hammond set his lips firmly Now he said to himself Is the time to teach him the rudiments of being a lawablding citizen He followed the baby Into the din- Ing room where he was sitting under the table Hammond stooped down and spoke sternly to the chuckling son ho said Son merely hitched himself farther over toward the other side of the table shaking his head delightedly He then ran around the room thTee times dexterously avoiding the fathers outstretched hand every time he passed then suddenly stopped and threw his arms around his fathers knees shout Ing jJoyously Hammond disengaged himself and taking his son by the hand led him back into the living room Pick Up that pipe young man said Hammond sternly The baby blinked at him and the corners of his lips curled upward I mean It sisted Hammond The baby responded with his familiar chuckle and capered cheerfully Very well said Hammond In tone of finality lie led his son out into tho ball Now will you go back and pick up the pipe ho Inquired or will you go Into the lavatory and stay for the rest of the afternoon t For answer the baby dived Into the lavatory and plunged headlong into c pile of pleasantly plump pillows that had been left on the floor to get tile sun Finding this quite soul satisfy lag he presently righted himself and beamed upon his progenitor Youll stay here asked Hammond Very well You can come out w11en youre ready to mind daddy Tae baby merely projected hlmsoll once more into the mass of feathers Thereupon Hammond shut the door and went back to the living room Threequarters of an hour later he re turned and led his son forth to the scene of battlo Now ho said assuming a frown that should have sent terror to the in fantlle heart pick up that pipe The small boy looked up Into hit fathers face and the smile faded from his own plump countenance lie dropped his fathers hand and got down slowly upon his knees Once more he glanced up athJs father See ing no sign of relenting ho put oul his hand slowly picked up tho pipe struggled to his feet and with re markably good aIms planted the pipe upon his fathers solar plexus Then shouting in mirth he fled Choice Locations The advertising man has his tron bles these days As to how- Evedybody wants space next to pure baseball mutter The Grand Old Name All Englishmen disagree as to which of them are gentlemen the problem divides the whole nation Intoemblt tered units It Is however generally conceded that no man is a gentle man who has not had a remote an countryLondon French Family of Five Generations- At Granville In France is a family now represented by five generations- On January 21 last Georgette BUn was born Her mother li g Years ot age MmcjBllns mother the childs grand mother Is 37 while the grandmothers mother is 58 and the mother of this lady laDowIn her 79th year Ever Notice ltThe young woman who devotes her thoughts to higher criticism and logic and ethical culture is the one who gets thoroughly rested at a country club dance while the silly fluff brained girl with the contagious gig glo id Ute one who splits her waltzes Intci three parts v = r HOW JUDGES BBS GAVE AID hllanthroplc Acthat Turned Outll Well Really Hai Its Root In Selflsl essIJudge Georgo W af telling a story a ut himself which Illustrated be salq that sometimes we hold out the he ing hand to a less fortunate brother the hope of ben silting ourselves Shortly after I was married he said I settled In j Jlnclnnatl and began the practice or law there I had lust established a comfortable cozy borne when I four we had a very innoylng neighbor On Sunday after noons when I exi cted to rest this neighbor would w h his friends become extremely bo terous I decided that the man bad t glectcd his educa tlon along certain nesv I also foundI on investigation tl it the troublesome neighbor was not mployed but was living on a few I ndred dollars his wife had inherited The neighbor w o had aroused me tto action was Inv ed with his wife to spend a Sunda with us At the dinner table the nc ghbor and his wife appeared uneasy fter dinner he and I talked things o r and finally tho neighbor showed gns of awakening and I suggested th t he go to wj rk I obtained employm it for him In a fac tory but he soon ave up the factory Job1 Then I helpe him to gel several other positions ti t he dld not to stick Then Is a last resort I him a place as a brakeman on the The mar had found his callI1got In that work He has raljit ever since and Is now gen superintendent of railroad system the Pacific coast onI He has visite me a number of times and cache me he has thanked me for what I did jfior him He always said that I was ffesponslble for his helDhimt a OonIrdianapoifs LITTLE FATHER ON PARADE Tolstoys Pen Pic ure of the Ruler of the Russia Is by No MeansI 1All Flat cling Having dlsrni ed Blblkov Nich olas with a Sons of duty well filled stretched t jself glanced at the clock and we t to get ready to go out Having pu on a uniform with epaulets orders sd a ribbon he went out Into the re ieptlon hall where more than a hu dred personsmen- In uniforms and men In elegant low necked dresses standing In the places assigned themawaitefi his arrival with irgltiitlon He came out t them with a lifeless look In his eyes his Chest expanded his stoma 1 bug ig out above and low Its bondage and reeling every bodys gaze tre ulously and obse Qulously Hxed uf in him he assumed an oven more trr impuant air When 1his eyes mot tho of people he knew remembering v was who he stopped flInt add e Fed a few Vor to them sometlp In Russian antI- sometimes In Fr mh and transtlxirg thorn with his Iel glassy eye list ened to what th ild Having recelv all the New Year congratulations ho parsed on to rhurch Ocd t rojigh his servants tthe priests pree I d rnd praised Nich olas just as wo jdly people ddntlid weary us he w of these greetlnrs and praises Ni loIns duly accepted them All this ivas nc it should be because the wel ire and happlhess of tho whole worl depended on lila and thoughthe flatter wearied aim ho still did nolj refuse tho universe his asslqttance rom Tolstoys Had Jl Murad t rf1lion All about whom one little painting romnnc s aas once told It was In conn ftlo with his portrait of Mary Garden rts Thais which was ex hibited in a F th avenue window There the storsi ocs his grandfather James J n Hd pan seeing the pic tore In tin win iw was so delighted with It that ho vlshed to buy It im tnedlntely anljjj Terrd 10000 for it not knowing thf artist was his own grandson who ad been rpurned oil aroount ofhl1I 1111lltlc tendencies The offer was made hroush Miss Garden anti eventually r IStfl to 23000 Then tho artist anti the cruel grandslro were nconctlpd n the spot the artist meanwhile noce ing the 25000 check with n moroInKJt rrpwthaiiInanger pressIon It w a vory nice story but there was o Hy one trouble with It It was not trti in any particular Martian Can Doubles In Size Observation t ow that tho Martian annl Titan has doubled within a few weeks The cana runs nearly straight north from tIle gulf of the Titan across the e iui or and far Into tho northern lifllR1 lero of the planet A perfectly parnlfc line has now ap poafed to tv st of It tho distance 1I0iall1 tV1 t yl1t biiufe POIl what more thin a hinlred miles This dou bling of certain tlartian cannlsnt cer tain seasons Is no of tho proofs held to support the jiooiy that Uiecanals are of artlflclaf 8onstructlon IPrccoHtous YouthImals to be foun In asked her pup w to name some of them To her sjjprise one little fellow tlgtrsIJohnnie j IIn the mena cries Was the quIet reply Daily Gum se of Manhattan The question of duet publiq Interest is not whejfier head wlters can themselves dii Ingroom superintend ents or by any other name but rath er what effect such a change will upon the mount of baeksheesh ijave trom tie hapless diner Will tip Increas as the square of the New k Tribune Probably Robbers Hoard A woodcutter at Moisson in the Fflrest of Com Igne northern France found a box r eently In tho trunk of un old oak Opening tho box discovered 70 jln gold pieces On heI amlnatlon the pins which have In the tree trunk for nearly a century were found to ta stained with human blood oacon Curl J and Coin Fritters Cut breakfajit baconift Very thin slices and rem ro rind Place In a hot pan and durlnj the cooking shape In curls using ajnlfo and fork for tblsJ Drain on white paper Sa w = r ye PRESERVE FOES HEADS SOUTH AMERICAN TRIBE THAT EMBALMS THE TROPHIES Method Employed Reduces the Grlsty Relics to the Size of a Billiard Ball With Changing or Mutilating features The littleknown Indian tribes that inhabit the more distant provinces of the South American republic of Ecua dor in almost entire Independence have a strange custom of preparing the heads of their vanquished enemies in a manner which reduces them to extremely small dimensions without changing or mutilating the features For many years a war sf extermlna tlon has been going on between the various tribes Ambushes and night attacks are of frequent occurrence and the partlqs often march dozens of leagues to surprlsje their enemies The head o th6 vanquished chief is cut off and becomes the most esteemed booty of the victorious leader It Is then in due time desiccated and reduced by the latter by means of a proc ess the secret of which has so far been jealously guarded As far as is known the skull jawbones and fleshy parts are entirely removed without the skin of the head and face suffering any damage and the only trace of the operation Is a small Incision In the nape of the neck which Is afterward sewn together again jAfter removal of the bony antI softer parts of the skull the skin Is filled with hot stones and a vegetable concoction the secret of which as well as that of the process Is carefully guarded This procedure is continued until the head Is shrunk to the dimension of a good sized billiard ball and has become leatherI process neither the natural luster of the hair nor its quantity Is diminished that eyebr9ws and lashes remain In tact and hat even the grain of the plainlyIis completed The process lasts about one year and the head during that time hangs in smoke for which purpose a stout string is drawn through the upper part of It The lips are sewed together In order to prevent the dead enemy from speaking and eating and the long threads by which It is done remain at tached and hanging from the mouth The trophy which by the reduction has lost ltd ghastliness is kept in a niche in the hut of the chief stuck on the end of a spear During the three years succeeding the killing feasts lastingthree days are held on the an niversaries of the victory during which the shrunken head is exhibited After three years the victor may dispose of his trophy In any way he sees fit but this Is rarely done ns the head forms a war trophy of tho highest honor Case of Poetic Justice That was a case of poetic justice when a Jury of women In San Francisco were called upon to pass on the fit of a mans clothes A certain tail or in that western city sued a customer for money duo for clothes The customer pleaded that the suits did nt fit and asked for a Jury of women to decide the important point The 12 good women and true who from their own experience were no doubt eminently qualified to pass on the fit of clothes foundfor the defendant It must have afforded them Infinite satisfaction to know that after all the sarciism with which tholr husbands treated their owntroubles with dressmakers their exasperating experiences should In the end be drawn upon to render a lawful judgment on clothes worn hy men AH the fun pcked at women and their dressmakers In San Francisco and all the Jokes collateral to that engaging theme have been called Book Donts Good books are treasuresand they should be handled with tho greatest of care by evcryqne Here are a few rules that should be observed Never drop a book upon the floor Never turn leaves with the thumb Never lean or rest upon an open book Never turn down the corners of leaves Never touch a book with soiled or damp hands Always place a largo book upon a table before opening It Never pull a book from the shelf by the binding at the top but by tho hackNever close a book with a pencil tablet or anything else that Is bulky between the leaves Mor Light Fresh air enthusiasts art iuinlIai enough to most otus but wo hear loss of enthusiasm for light Darken tl parlors darkened bedrooms dark ened sickrooms are too common Sit B V Richardson the eminent London eclehtist and physician declare thar- wben the professors of healing terII a slckrobm their first wQrds In most cases ought to be Goethes dylnj exclamation More light Morn light The light of tho sun Is Gods own microbe killer germicide dluiu fectant prophylactic sickness healer There Is no physician no chemical an sue no compounded prescription b compared with sunlight Without It nature could not perform her funr tlons Man beast bird Insect would fall victims to the deadly gases that would prevail The horrid mists and deadly gases are dispersed and de composed by the action of light Let it In everywhere Let the light more and more abundantly Fade carpets are not as pitiful as faded cheeks Spoiled cshlond aro trivial compared with spoiled health Dark cited rooms are too suggestive of darkened lives The Christian Her od Not Good Testimony Patient feeblyDoctor my wife says that you have charged too much for operating on me The Doctor But my dear sir you dont mean to tell me that you wouldI take your wifes opinion as to your Life ValU1 Woman of Many Names The public examination was cone eluded at the London Eng bank womanIces Emily Paola BJanca nary Cath erine Stewart which she said WUIL jr EXPRESSION IN MODERN HAND Denotes Thoughtfulness to the Observ er as Well as Some of the New Virtues There is no doubt that the expression of the hand In higher civilized races has changed In a hundred years said an observant woman tho other t thelaceers sayaJUchard Pryce In his novel Christopher the Hand Beautiful of convention lacked subtleties Now these subtleties may be precelved IuIperlortogetherThe 1andnew virtues of pity and altru feellagmusic If you took an audience at one of the classical concerts and ex hardlyfind SIrHenryessenHaUlthem with extraordinary effect In illsI athissome theyofthekindnowa dayS belonging to a high school teach er or a celebrated physician Yet Mr intellectualhandsIn spite of her superfine and modern emotions contrives to treat the hero very shabbily These modern hands with all their subtleties are therefore not to be trusted lpdeed their Year complexities are a snare to the un wary observer NEVER FIGHT WITH BURGLAR Upset a Chair and Frighten Him Away That Is the Advice of a City Policeman Dont ever hunt a burglar Make a noise and frighten him away Upset a chair or slarua door Almpst all burglars carry rerolv ers of the finest kind A pete man or safe blower the most dangerous kind of criminal usually carries an automatic revolver as It gIves the quickest action Every householder should have a weapon In the house but he fchould never use it unless to saVe his life It Is the inexperienced man whose use of the revolver makes it danger ousA professional or expert burglar will never sh tot unless to avoid capture safe lower will shoot at a poMcer lor any Intruder as for Uui capture means a long term In prison Speck Officer F ward Brophy an expert made these llcmentsli a he Pittsburgh Postr It Is only on the very rarest occasions that he c f n he induced to talk about himself hut it Is a fact that he is a crack shot with a pistolJ He hair made a study of weapons and has collection of thr1I at his home ranging from little aly liammerlfss revolvers to huge Win hester rifles a shot from which wHI move a heavy safe He has u was been Interested In guns anti has ta ken special pains to learn about tLe guns burglars mid other criniira carry School Land Ship One bf the featus of their public school training whii h the boys of Her Hn Germany enjoy most Is the sand ship on which young sailors gllI through a regular ally training The lltis is the name of the land thij which has been built and which asa crew of 120 Joys The larger toys act as officers WJien they are at works on thef laud shljIihu yoys drCtjs in mid Uy blouses and caps There Isgur t practice on the aid ship ovary darJand a naval drill and all the usual work of n ship Is done by the bO8tjt They have the greatest fun In climb j Ing the spars and hoisting tho sails i and life on the IUi is so popular that there are always inure applicants for tho crew than there are places tokbe filled Value cf Good Manners The woman who amounts tto any thing thoaedaya nirtl have good man th1WOflflhlherself or business for her firm will hive a lot easier time and bo moreJ successful If she has acaulfod personal charm An unfortunate manner neuc tralizes the good n woman does The 1Insuave of longuo kndly of heart and gracious to all Toe reason most otI the women ino th rwlso than sutvo Is thatthti turmoil of life gets the up per hand They let their nerves goI and good breeding tOllo sIHonor Utterer qf Epigrams The Japanese 1rQJtrtat admirers of cplgrants and npt phrases Their love of HurJi thine U carried so far that whm gst n something unusual ly bi llli nil the host hostess will beg hun to wrjto down his remark in lar e oriaracntal script The sentence Ir thon mounted and hung on the wall att a permanent addition to its orna meats much we might hang up a text or motto Xturalry thoautkor of a bon mot treated In this way feels himself highly honored ttp bo thus placed on record lInt tho sentences are selected more tor their wisdom than their humor so that tne funny man la not much In evidence Poet Car Live on Atmosphere Some of the naIl utilitarian minds lof the world era sometimes at loss to know how thc seemIngly Improvident poet can dive on what appears to be 11 very meager Income Stupid things They have not the comprehension and iellclous Imagination to perceive that he true bard can warm himself by us own poetic fire and secure lJprluglti Seek the Best Nobleness springs to our eyesjwher aver we look rich stores opoeUc i rl ipiratlcn if one has receptivity latge enough to take it In and reveal It touched with emotion the magic light af the imagination Bravery goodness and truth Ho on every side We i need not seem the exceptional for themes thq visual affords morp than I enough Loplc closely with lunder standing Into the common you will Iud everwh ro the uncommon tho IItnn1mf1T1 Chrtsllan RegIster r t V == I Iv4 j Children Cry for FItchii he Kind You Have Always Bought and which has beea Ip use for over 30 years has homo the sisnatureLof and has made under supervision ncitone to deceive rrAll Counterfeits Imitations anduMastafierod nre hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health pt Infants and Chu1drenExperlcnc against Experiment What is CASTORIAXJnstorla Is a harmless sub stltute for Castor Oil Pare goricr Drops arid Soothing Syrups It fa PleosaAt It contains neither Opluui BIorihlno nor other jforcotto substance Its age is Its griinranteo It destroys Worjns trail allays Pevcrishricsst It cures Diarrhoea and Svihd Colic It rcllQves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatriicncyv It assimilates Food regulates 9 tho sleepiTIleGENUINE CjSTO RiA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of jT The Kiiid You i ve A1 altIn Use For Over 30nE JitCI r 1r t t Dont Suffer 4II had been troubled a little for nearly years writes Mrs L Fincher in a lletter from feavy Alabut l Was not taken down until March when I went to bed and had to have a doctor lie did all he could me but I got no better I hurt allover and I could not rest At last I tried Cardui and soon I began to Jmprove NoIII am fu very good health and able to do all my housework I CARDUl You may wonder why Cardui l is so successful after x1L other remedies have failed The answer is that Cardul is successful becuseit is composed of scientific ingredients thatt act curatitcelypn the womanly system It is a medicine I II for women and for women only It buildsj strengthens and II restores weak and ailing women to health and happfnessj If you suffer like Mrs Rqher did fake CardiuVi H Is will surely do for you what it did her Atall druggists Writto Ladies Advisory Dept Chattanooea Medicine Co Chattanooga Tcon for Special InatmcUont and 64age book Home Treatmentlor Women scntfrse J You tII II WANT a Better That question will be asked you almost dafly by business men seeking your ervices if you qualify take the Draughon Training and show ambition to rise More BANKERS indorse DRAUGHONS Colleges than Indorse all other busi less colleges COMBINED 48 Colleges in 18 States International reputation Janklnltt Trpowrltlnc Penmanship Ensltib fiptlllnr Arithmetic Letter Ifritar Butane awFUEBauxlUatr ir GoodJOS1TI0NGUARANTEEDunderreasonablecoadItlonL Bookkeeping Bookkeepers all over he United States say Draughons cow fystero of Bookkeeping saves them rora to 50 per cent In work and worry Shorthand Practically all t7 S Offi ila court reporters write the System of Miorthan Draughon Colleges teach WhiP Because they Viow it is thebtsi DRAUG1IONS PRACTXGA1L BUSINESS GQULKGE Nashville or Mefajohi or KnttcviUe Tenn 01 Padacah Ky er EraMviU 1Ml Physicians Advise Qtmd1gestedioodThe product cf sdcncfe Is VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup punJy vegetable gentle reliable and of a pleasant aromAtic taste Velvo acts on tho liver as well as on the tomach and bowels and Is of th9 greatest possible efficacy In constipation uvdleestioa lliou nesa sick headache frverizmesscollcflathleaccetc Try VF 1 V LLJO Influence of Clothes rngomanlstokind of clothes whlchhe wears In the epmne wiyas hole affected 1r his ejl vlronmenL A olidressed man wilt walk bMtcr t111IHbetter and they sty even do better work than the man who is carelessly dressed therefore the man who is neglectful of hiapersonal appearance is uno eat slouchy his clothes not pressed or carefully brush ed his shoes unpolished his linen soiled and his hat dented and covered with dust discards one of the most potent instruments of u cessPcr haps he cannot nfford to buy linen or suits made at the best tailors but every man can afford fb be clean and neat tn his dress Obliging Eagle A goLdCH1gJe whioji had been In captivity Inf ilaldpn Essex for 48 years this justdied It asa female p urchased In Loadonhall market and for several years made a nest and laidI vun1deerood of chickens but In other years the chicks were always eaten as soon as batoned JokeIDoubtful About the My daughter had tried to Inculcate courage In her twoyearold boy by telling him when any accident befell lrim drat It vas goly a joke One night n tornado struck the neighbor apod and while trees were crashing around them and they expected mo mentarily to fco carried away he crept up to his mother and piling her ress fealet Mamma is this just pkc rhan ce been his per nnl since Itsinf Allovmo youinlhls the Years for ThWoimarfsTonic t I for that JOBtpl 1ierslJooUe Litest LAXATIVE I LIVER SWOP = = ISII Od City wen Uncovered- A well that probably supplied the 2arly Inhabitants of Sydney N S W with water has been found by work men engaged in the dcmolltlo of premises In Oxford BireeC The well has a depth 6t 3Ofeet8nd contained when opened about 25 Jeet of water The bricks are hand made and dove tailed no mortar being used lriplaoI thelwellslabs V i I Youngster Brave Under Operation jj iA remarkable exhlbltlpn of nerve ml- a young child was seen the other day In Spokane Wash hospital whehf ia 6yearold boy enduredWa third operation In one week without na anaesthetic The operation coostitedi of the grafting of a piece of skin two Inches square on his shoulder tel dover an open wound dtie to an acci sent some time ago when the tail while coasting was caught wades street car Newspaper Has Record for Size The largest newspapej n the world was the IlluMinated QuadrUple Con stellation which appeared in New york 6n IndepenBence ifiy 1S58 its dimensions equaled thatZ a billiard table eight feet long by six feet wide and strange to saytfor an Ameis can publication It had iib adTertlso meats A cctpy of this mammoth newt world production can ba seen at the Newspaper Museum of AlxlaChapell Franco Its price was fifty cents v V0ne nice thing about loafing is r big town Is that If a man has molenough he can get shaved twice a day without exciting commeat CtJ veston New 4 L