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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r o 1kESTABLIStJED J f t LiNJ88tI c4 r to vv fIi ffJ r XN SPlNGFIELDj WAS INGON COUNTY KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER IS 912 J r ft 9IUUP2IVt1RKNEW SERiaS YOL i ii 4 t 0 7- L 1V FISHEStFIVE LOAVES AND TWO I EMark vt 3044LsBpt 22 11Usl said unto them I am tits Bread its LffsJolin rt J t IIII 00 twelv Apostles reI exJplalned tour anil what they 4hfld- 4 taught and He called them away to 4 desert place to rest awhile because of t the crowd and because they had not even time to take nourishment So they went privately by ship But the news went elsa and the crowd went on foot from various cities Jesus would haVe no time to Him self His entire life was devoted and- being rendered up n living sacrifice to w the Divine service In feeding the sheep of JebovaWs flpck and His own sheep lso because all that were the Fn ttfes were His fAs He looked upon tS j the muHltude HeWelt a yearning corn passion for them They were like- sheep without a shepherd and He continued toteacls them But did they not have synagogues pQd regular reading of the Scriptures c Did they not nave Scribes Pharisees Priests and I Hltest How coold they be wt out- shepherdtng Ah r they bad a souU hunKer which the J forms ceremonies t and burdens bound upon them could born bard send stead tand T yru t v Bread of Life JLnctitor UI One f had l1A f Which Jesus which Jesus was fQrBe personified the Truth Why then did they not Put i celve In They were bound by simper sutton prejudice the fear of man she I 1dltlons ot th nncJen nnll the opI just position of the great and learned ofl v their timeSDid th YIQOt frequently Inquire Have any of the Scribes and PharrackE v sees bellered on HID1f The common people always rlfer to the learned ing worldThelearned therefore have the greater pnsibIiity Jesus declared of them Dep Ye have taken a way the key of knowl allmy edge you will neither enter Into the favor of Godl yourselves nor will ouI Ha permit others to enter lnLuke xl 52 And Is not this true today The learned the willejres and principal pulpits are telllhl the people that the 6 Bible Is not the Divine Massage jvhlch abSbertbntoes and the Prophets didsa J bonks accredited to them it fornnd thnslndlnxtly telling that Jesus and the Afotle Vire deceived when Jesus salcVMosos wrote of Me and f the PrpphetR lsiIlklh nnd Jeremiah said Vtius and + st Sympathy of Jesus ThemuUlriulhe la their enthusiasm wjnta fotig JuhrnctV from home with Jourranklnn pnijur prflrlalons Tor food T3l8clples iftpM that the people lItf seut home JeWis suggested Jive ye eat Hut they declared they- hind fbtuvto hnthlug wherewith to feed so unny uud hat If even they should go to ptirchnw It wotilrt eust much Finally they fouiul five loaves ana c two flshis Uy JesuH direction hoy seated 1the multitudes In tiiinpanles tlie grass mid Urn limvus and Hshes 5 under lntlily lileksjns were again niul njsiln mul all ate f dlldPdI Hiitlafiujllon jwl frn s amounted to twelve baskets those who had partnkeit were 5000 This wonderful miracle not onlY at tests our IxmiH 53111illttby but also spoke ypluyies to the people of the DIvhje lsiver that was In the Great t Teacher hut there Is still another les turn VhUhJt teaclnw us ot 14111all y Jesus iulnuU s It was fqrppIniiiliMior lllusfnUUm ofTIlsfu J Stun glory and lithe coming blessings Ihls miracle aiwnks to us of tbCI power flint our Lord will then hive for providing for the necessities pf the whole world True we do not expect that during the relgu of Christ the world will be mlracufously but rather In IScrlpturnl The earth shallyield tier Increase i Ptvc loam and two and again will r y fflu call for therwbeat and will Increase IW ete etc But specially the feeding ot the multitude- reminds us of the fact testified jn our text that Jesus Is The Bread of Life 4 + the Divine Provlslou for the necessi ties of the whole world rl Am the Bread of Life As tilL ChuhJi now parjake of the amerit of Christs sarritlre find bvimio IP membeni of flfs IJody the Out Liif and thust partake of eternal LIft tljroiigli Ilinuo lu Gods due time Bread fniui lleuv lii to fiyil the Utjidus of iHtrtlr luring tjje thI litII years of Ills reign Hie nrl lId or 11 will be freely distrililiicd amongsi mankind Tlinl Itrsd of Lift Is Truthpartliularlv ihe Truth IlItlofI If ed with the great re leemlng work Jesus He is to lit the prA1 of Itftf to the woifd he ause lIe bought tilL Sworld with thpicicrlQce of Pis life ThP Church however in this priBjenft time has another privilege which the world In the future tvlll noiBharc and tthpLls represented lu the Lords cup His cup to us represents our privl lege of yfrering with Him and becom t lug His Jointheirs in the Kingdom OI7J Tnseci BUn Costs r lh b l IA Boston ji man lost his leg from tile 11biteof an insect two years before To avert such calamities from stings and ill V bites of insects use JJucklene Arnica i r q Salve promptly to kill the poison and 4 prevent inflammation t6wc1ling art t l Slp4In heals burns bolts ulcers 1lilea eczema cuts bruises Only 21 coots at Haydon Robertstn rS i TltE NEfJ = YIorf f 0 f The OldWay I One I of our exiihangias S troth WeiSIywater and took a few draughts of catnip and got well Now j quitti71 nine and feel stfck all summer Then they h dJore throat wrap o1jieuwad stocking tied itaround the svorknecIIitbe next day Now they havel1 tonsil itist a surgical operation I land two weeks in hospital Then Uiey had stomach trq1ble anti IJ tockl castor oil and recovered Now they have appendicitis a week in the hospital and six feel due east and west and six feat perpendicular In those rayi they wore uUlderclo her jNOV iLey wear lingerie Then iliey went to a restaurant i now iI iIt thej have brain storms oil are crazy we dont know whichI Politicaians then paid cash for support nowthey1 governtnent garden seed in Yes times have Chaog we all change with the ats progress edtt Whalj Makes a Woman hundred and twenty pounds more donrltinto it health and strength and may rule a kingdom But thats what Electric Bitters give h r1 ThousaddsJoIess them for overcoming diS1pand tired listless worn out fecli lectric Bitters have doname nI of good writes Eliza Pool Okla and I thank you with heart for making such a good medicine On115Oc Guaranteed by ydon RobcfrtsonS STRAYEDeT1my farm about weeks ago a red boar weighing out 110 lbs Owner may haveJ me by paying for keep and this advertisement J BART SMITH b FOLLOWED SWEETHEART Arid Captured Two Members of Hillsville Gang- DesMoines Iowa Sept 14 7 Led try anxeighteenyearold girl WhO nnwittngly betrayed her sweetheart to the hands of jus tice Deteciives Baldwip Lucas awl Monger of Roanoke Va toda arrested Sidney Allen and Wesley Edwards leader and member respectively of the Al len gang f outlaws who killed judge Massie and several other men in court in Hillsyille Va last March Maude Iroler of Hillsvjllev sweetheart of Edwards camu horetoday to marryfiuj i y VU3 followed on th s me train by Detectives Baldwin Lucas and Munger who trailed her to a lodginghouse where boLL men were living and where Al- Ien was arrested aftor he had attempted to draw a revolver on the officers t We ley Edwards was caught late this evening as he was working with a street paVing gang inj one of tie suburbs of Des koines Allen bas been known here by his real name but Edwards has been going as Joseph Jackson Letters from Edwards to the iroler girl while she wap still in iHilldviile led to the discov ryof the men so hereabouts In vi1 ginia Sidney Allenis known theIole fox of tlie TUueRidgeas1 and iis the leader of the clan whose membeis have been jat variance with the law for years Floyd and Claude Allen are under sentence of death in Vir ginia now for the shooting at the trial of another member of the family Floyd is a brother of Sdna Alien and Claude is Floyd Allens son Two other members of the gaig Fntl Alien and Sidna Ed wards the Matter a bt iner of th man captured here today have been sentenced to long prison term Victor A len au other defendant was quitted in ytbeviilo Va yesterday Sidria Allen and Welsh Ddwards were Hunted through he Vir ginia Mountains with bloodhounds for weeks until II trace of them was lost j Mail Carriers WItil iFIy This is a age of great d scoveries Pogress rides on the air S in we may see Uncle Sams mail carripi flying in all directions transporting i ailt Peo pie take a wonderful interea ih a die covery that benefits them hats why Dr Kings Ntny Discovery for Coughs Colds and other t runt and lung diseases is tIre most pjp alar medi cine in Americ 4ft cured me ofa dreadful caughritcs IWrs J F Davisy Stickney Corner e after iloc prs ireatment and all ot her rem djesjia ffliled Excellent or coughs eoHfor any bronchial affecti n Price 50dvand 100 Trial bottja free ati Haydon Robertson 11Big1 Thefaarble and check r champ ionship tOo riiment betv cenMer countiesIwillthe Fair Grounds in1 Harrods burg the lust Saturd y in this mouths Secretary Kee fcn hav ing kindly proffered them the use of the grounds J ist before tiIIf3 called Capt uJT Corn will deliver a welcom address introducing the teal S to the spectators Oue rul of this contest ViiI be that no player will be allowed to spit it his law just before bis oppone it shoots Mtssrs Erastus Holid iy and C F Burton cilled at he Herald office Monday and tolt fioweasi ly they defeated Mere r atCard will last weeic in thl presence uf about 350 enihusi stio spec tutors The next day Mr Frank Cary and the Cornisl ville con tinge t dropped into this office and informed us that lone of the fchamiiicn players we t to Card Lveit that day s me EtUO players buttthat to pass away th litU the game and of course these ama IJa big delegation with tin horns to cheer their favorites on toVI tory Among the players will be Long John Divine who has a record of knocking the king potter fortyfive times in succession and 0 F Burton who is an equally brilliant player While the marble play ing is going on in the ring Mri Spurgeons cbampion checker ph j ors and the Washington coiinty players will be contest ing for the championship in the band stand No one who sus pected of being a book player will be allo ed to contest Bar rodsburg Heral- dKentucky Great Trots at Lexington Tuesday Octobers will witness the opening of the mctst memorable trotting meetipg the world has known Never before were so many rich events pro gratLmed for a single meeting l totaling as they do the magnificent sum of 185000 Aside from the big stakEs there is a natural ambition of all owcers to win at Lexington now the worlds breeding eeffter for trotters IM t addition the fact that all the verj bust horses of the year are en jtered at Lexington insures rac inK of the most sensational or der On the opening day alone thee races amount to SI8 These include the twent ieth racing of the Kentucky Futurity 14000 for three year old trotters All the great ones are eligible The value of the purse tho quality pf the lid coupUdI with the fact that thH Futiirity winner is alwaJs hailed as the champion of his year sures a bitter contest of 10Ii highest ordor Our should not fail to witness it1 Half fae on all railroads Road the advertisement1 and arrange to go to Lexington October hnojj ltg HARVEY n McCUTCiEN Former Prison Commissioner 5Die8 Suddenly Bowling Green Ky SJpt 14 Harvey Slaughter McOijicheon Iqrmer member of the Board of Prisn Crmtljissioners of Ken tucky and widely known OT this State dieJuddenlv at tile home at Sot h Union this morn ing of heart disuse His deat was a severe shcckthere ami elsewhere The firsf intimatiQn of the seriousness of the condition of Mr McCutcheon was rdcgived at an early Inur this morning when a hurried call for a physician was received here Aitlu ugh lie had be n ill for fhr pal several weeks of rheum ism his condition was such that not even the members of his fnmilv svere alarmed and ite 1t eonfl Gently expected that he would be well ill a short time Mr McCutchdon wat uneph hcious before the arrival ora physician from the city and it was only a short timevunil he breathed hff last E ery effort to prolong his life proved futile The funeral services will bf conducitd at Scuth Union at 0 oc oglt Monday rnprning by thf Uev Dr Charles E Craik Of vile a brothexiinaV of LrUI deceased The bodvxiH be brought to Bowiihg Gr o fV interment will bo at Fullview Cemetery From every section of the State cxpr ssions nf diep roiirel over the sudden death or Mr rMcCutcheon wpre received bj m mbeTs of his fainilv Mr McCutcheon was 4s yeiis old and is survived by a wife who was MissEhel Wilder of Louis ville and one child iMI McCutcheo was hQrn in Logan County Kentucky near Russellvilie and was the sn off M McCutcheov for several Ol3 t Y 11 kazt uI rI I IPELCiXEI I II 1 II- We I I f IBoItlfieldwill at our farm at Valley Hill 5 mi1 Northof Springfield on pike on I Wethmsday September 251912 I 1 SELL TO HIGHEST BIDDER 12 Head of Extra Good MulesB Several Mares and Mulele Colts uOO head of Cattle 75 Hogs II- rT I 1 4 bheadifd iff SSheep-b L t I 1 fERMSAIll sums under 10cash Ovr 10 six months creditS H1 i W 6 Gjfundy lt and Sister I launch at Ih30 I Sale Begins at 1230SI e 1 4 S ftt 1i c 1 t QJj ftI = LS5- i i Sl1BSGRIP1lJQN J tm irAi 4 pi L i piJ f EECUTRIX- I i r iI S1oLandI j f Bv andn 4 ursu niothe authority yeste4jte- S Executrix oj the wIll Of the Jate Ish Basil 51litn and in obedience to the directions g i ven me iinhfS wutl I will I will as his Executrix offer for sale at the Court House door in prln n ld Washington county JCy an i Monday September 2311912 1 i ATZOCLOOKPMJS f1 mift i 85 acres of uood tillable land situated on tLeWest aide of the Bloomfield pike and adjoining the lands qf TQS- Corastock and Wm H Mullican This ladd fsaltforaa and Is very desirably llocated beingi 1f4pf aj mfleJir6ia town and church and is very suitable for a home At If TERMS Orethitdi catjhjremaiuden la eqaftbiA Jtfdj monte dun on ouo and two years after Ate note bering i Iper cot interest frojn date with lien reserved oafand ro secure payment thereof Parciiaser will be jsfiyei a deed with coveanb of general warranty f Any person desiring td seasaid lana wiU Qf hIaLy home on the Bloomfia d pike and they wille shown rIuser it Ii MRS NNNIEMULUGAN ft i Executrix of John B Mullican deceased 1wAi w years alea4ingmerchiiitorRuas- elvihle Tne latter died only h few years ngo Man Stabbed To Decfifc t SSLawtencirliur fy Sept J4J Will Whaltaker 35 yearS pl4 farmer of Pox Ofeek this ounty wis stwbhed a kkilled b7 his wife iil is charged nlfeoDt 3oeloclc this morning JrisVnitiy is the ony reasop for the deed Int is believcb f For sown time Mrs YyhittaUer had h3 ncontined in a hospilal lid was only recently pronounc ed weH reluming to her home About 3 oclock this morning he arose and obtainedi a large bqtcher knife and stabbed her husband l w4iilehe was a pep1t is alleged She tliunlueIed the iors of the house and was foanti by neighbors yodorig ardunjl the lields neanby sometime later Whittaker wps then found io ne bin dangerous condition and medical aid was summoned He dvd through the day dyjrg at oclock tnis afternoon Their d rapstic affaira it i slated by- ifighoors were al ways pf the most affable nature NocBildnn dm vve It is the opinion of ib attending phyician that Mrs VhittaUcr is insane v Liter Mrs Whittaker was ar retedvand placed under guard tt the sheriffs 110 oetfhe re foid to make a iateuniit Music at the Lex ington TrotsI Visitors tJ tte big Laxingtou Meeting the pastf few years will tviuerauer with Dieasnre the de liKlVtlui entertainment furnished betlveen heats by Weber sPriz6 tiand of America This musical orgrn ziliou will adiub heard ji the catnii g meeting October ih tto 19th Tile repaid ion 01 Weber s Rand is well known ihrbughputilhe Central West and even as far as the Pacific c mst and needs no introduction herl It is a rare priyjlege to listen to a programme of popular hits and classical numbers reiK Jo red by it These concerss are ti be heard daily during the Trots Every ilait formatting tile meeting a social as well as sporting success has receiyed the most careful attention JLtov ers of good racing good music good people aud good cheer wi1I do well to reidthe advoriise tn ntih this iissue arid utoke th ir arrang mjnis to gb by all tivansS A New Drink Tim Lawrence has invented soda louhtalnrl drink called the Bull MposeVCocklaiiy ttbat Ib sure tj cordniand a oTg sale it iis said tomct on the liver btigb- tentlie eYt sinaUe tho step elasl tic and olei no t n political coraplectionT One drink will wake yuufoVgbt there was eves a repablicau partyjolle two drinks will make vougggjrv acd throw Y 0urI ead likea I bul- lmooseGiflUp illjesI lf72JI a eicii Pull fl iis VUQwP v Battle ofChiaijjaS JSepteber1t2O18 The lawering cloud ox bathe htag Oer ChiekarnugafieeL4 Its heaving bosom Wild1ytit t eMadhit neither sidethe striaragccurec1S Long lines of batUejS tOodJMi While deadly rnissilealouoly burst All through theleafywoodi tiT i 1Soppoured Tfurougn jsmokesfiipHdric nerej tWhile d adlTcannohloudlyiS J OuCon tHe autnmaliairi t Pt iA t five ocIocrthe aceneJwa wild Ourdashing lines qrx4ii11 While on the dead tIedyingii1ed In gory heapes behind bsMiBlood satutated tgTOUndSWith ongatreet5stubbornp And eveyihi f living aiound- Vaa drunk with huthanIore t Tom waved the flag mypijnf tried And gavesth1iUi beer His dying brothers side by side Shertihimthe farewell tear Now reigasa silence like me grave Portentous as the stormy Then came the battles Creeping wavji From deadlyvandalarrnI Twas nearly night the suns t IlowiLooked wondrous tranqSiP en But Longsfret moved1 pp5Sti slow With thirty thousandiaerij = Pap Thomas swept therebelan And mowed the vandals down The smile upon his lips was jan And blended with a Jrln j That hero near the ceatrdought j And waved Threyolutjdu ly 1ttflame was roght i Then cheerlngrent thqaTr iTy Stern Longatreets b1eedny there- Of many were bereft si While deadly cannon rehtrTthe air p Near his fast leedtnglett And whettithe bloody work was done Soft vel1ing1IJuu IJ s spread While glowe the geniali Aotfingsun iSo gentlyoer the deai Then caine the moooand wanItAll heaven wep iVeefr And sopn the tarsto eibeganSFrom all the bloody jcene Still smoke of battle oer sth deadSHung like a b vpahlSAs bright the sun hroseandshed His Welcome glow onaiif SLlflintserenelvvbrightSoon By bpman slaughter on the right Where Thomas made no uaewfWhen storms of deadly missies tore Dense forestwidly op r Ahd fell McCooka imm5rta corps JJrave Thomas w asthenoe 1tTm1lieHIs aUcntcenoijeftS 3aw4idI f Now louder grej jethunders dread TilemountalnVshoblc convulsed Whitevery potelof MM bled f Who fearful odds repulsed rSoon far athwart the1dark ned sky JPd thunder abthwdpeali Now deadly voilAtIrAcos the goir fliNow fJtormsffifurf lweep Mhoterthe bloody aJrtj While flames ot battlendly leap a Through smoleinteigaia Longrielcflin sedwhoitrila wide r peIlThey gtry tide Bdt madly 1csi I i95iL Th e bait1esteeM ftt 4 r i If iret SWhenAndtriumpHW iMwti Now requiem oiii njiMii soft hrough oliuwelWlio- sefahhii v Qt how fai yiiikhI1 iiue Jf 1 iq JMIIIf iis fell Ryl isldIJS atc11oJ n MiyWp r 1 h t Ifr NEWSLEADERt IPIIIHGFIELD KY 1c i mJuuU TIV3 AT 1 7rLIIE JOSEHPOLIN i PtbLsherepiT LI Rockruny 4 P 4 l II MEi Calyml Shewmaker cIf VThursdayfs 7 plfcce i bin SM Turner of Mack vilJ J j apentSierul t day of ast week i f tttthei Home of Mbland Derr and fwaily i i L Mr and Mrs Meritt ungat- f e l f this place spent the last the if if with thtir son Cbarlip V 1 of LoHiaviile and took in 4be ft State Fair i Mr William Calvin of Tatbam c Bpri gf ccompanied by Mr T Kojaltj of Lduisyille spent Wti dayn1glit with John I Aadtnon and family Mr Henry Thompson r and f I1iUj Valeria Coulter and r Aril Jenkins were the guests of Mr 33 Perkins Mr E Perkins and litte- daikbter Nellie pent lastI M oaday with Un R P Colyb SMr and Mrs EJjas Perkinsc- l atttwiid the ice cretm supper giTes at the home of Jim Hend rkkt Lillard Pmkston and wife lpeat last week at the home 9ff vhI brother Sleet near flillbdro Cecil Derr spentf fiifci aaf sight and Sunday pdom and Marvin Perkins ITred De r of Mackville spent i lui Sunday with his father ai this place Mr John Derringer wife and d two ctatigbters of Oklahoni- aJ t visiiing at the qmesof C R Colter and Walter4itfii Little Deloert Conlter oiEi puce spent last week atnthf hoftie of his grandfather atl Sbarpsville Mr acd Mrs R P Colvin at tended the Colyin reunion at th ttt h cme ofthe Colvin brothers 01 Spptnt li S h Wdliaburct tI t The fLadies Aid Society wtl t lt givea pile supper at this place Taeday night September 23 for the benefit of the Christian cbiircb Everybody is cordial invited t r Miss Lillie Dell Lynch ol J Miliersburg jis the guest of H t l T Scruggs and wife 4 Miss Melissa Pinkstone o Tayldrsville is the guest 01 Mifes Anna Foster t Miss MargaretTrent of Nash V lie Tenn iis visiting hei mother Mrs T T Trent f Mr Hartford Hughes spu Irr Sunday at Tatbam Springs I Mrs John Christenson is visiis ting relatives in Lexington I J Miss Zelma Mcllvoy of Spring I 4 field spent last weak with bei aunt Mrs H T Noel tl Mr J G Johnson has gone b Cincinnati and other points t purchase bUr fill and wintei t jrtpck of goo3 f Muse Bertha and Nora Bake attended the State Fair lam week CardwellI will be t gif eu at the new schoolhouse in- Oardwell i on Saturday nigh L 41t- j Mfc tie IHieys die feakMri ijlherWoiL- P o t ltiy Ufeeys Male Impure Blood I Weakand unhealthy kidneys ire re SapeibltforwcbBIckneuandsufferin therefore if kidney trouble permitted to contimi serious re ytalolloworgans may need attention but your kidney most because they do most and should have attention first Therefore when l i jrcwr xidueyi are weak or out of order i YOII en uadertUod bow quickly year eu tire body II affected and low every orgai t4 to Iall to do its duty II youare sick or feel badly begin jAkiac the great kidney remedy Dr of TKflmn SwampRoot A trial will con 4 vlct yon of its great merit TIle wild and immediate effect of SwWBlLRMt the great kidney anC Wdder R1u1yia soon realized It st MU tfce kigbect because its remarkable t swaKk restoring properties bare been is tboasaads of the most distresS f f f wtMMJflIami1i i J jI r f1 ll OUhaveJddH yor W4c 1oabkutIos this paper Corr N1 same Swamp Ist aM oat Jet a Ma1er leU you t ifJ r 21 1912 Excellent music tSept oocasion will be furnished by a string band Proceeds for the benefit of school Miss Pearl Young of Hurrods bur c spent Saturday night and Sunday with Misses Mangle and Rebecca Graham Mrs Ida Munday W Stanford is placeRerregular appointment at Grape vine church Sunday Prof Grant Kayes will close his singing at Mt FreedomS church the fifth Sunday eBee Sting Causes Death t On Sat rdBY bigfat August 31 the citizens of Ellisbuig were very much shocked when itwasl f learned that Robert W Russell one of their neighbors had dkfl almost instantly as a result of bee sting aI iMr Russell had worked hard all day Saturday in his tobacco field Just after sunset he went to his mothers home nearby to take some honey During the process a ben stung the tip end of the long finger of his left hand He thought nothing of the sting but went back home and sat downo irthe porch with his wife In a few minutes he remarked to his wife that he was feeling very sick In a moment she noticed that he vfas faling out of his chair She held him until assistance could come and a doctor was sent for He was dead in twenty minutes from the If1me he remarked that he was feeling sick Liberty News PUBLIC SALE FINEoND Having decided to sell my firm 1 will on Monday September 30 fat 1 oclock p monthe premi see near Springfield Ky offer for sale my tine farm of 127 acres to the highest bidder Said farm is located on the old Elizabeth town road about 3 miles from Springfield Ky has on it two good dwellings 2 god stock barns and 1 tobacco barn Phis farm has on if 3 good wells 3good springs and is otherwise well watered Farm also has un it large apple and peach orchard pears grapes cherries and other small fruits Is well adapt d to the growing of tobacco and corn and is good grass land About 80 acres is now in blue grass Possession given Jan 1st 1913 Will also at the same time and place offer for sale 4 good Jen nets 2 steer calyes 3 good brood nares suckling rnule1 good self binder 1 mower 1 cultivator and 2 breaking up plows Terms reasonable and nude known on da of sale ItPIOUS FENWICK S M Campbell Auctioneer THINGS ALL OUGHT TO KNu h As Christian Bible Students The Satisfactory Proof of Why God Permits of the nuo tluiis which cutncs to 1nearly every thinking miud today U Why does nod jiennli vvllV vo Ilook nlKiut Ihl In Hie rlIi vo olr irfthat It Is tilled ilh sorrow ni trtitihUx dckneHH and ptln ami cry irlul could enuuiernie and vi r innnt help vondcrlng WilY GOD ALLOWS JT IIWe reullzt that lit Is alml hiy and that lie could prevent It If He wished We tend lii HU Word Hint He Is more willing to do for Ills children than fire eurthly parents for their and we know how much thai mean yet Of outlines It seotns that those who try to do und live right have the most trouble This question Is made very clear in a hook entlilcd The Divine Plan of the Kvery statement hacked hy Scripture and shows that while God does not utetlon evil IIt B IAS HAD PlJUPOSft IX ALLOW NO SIX ANt DRATFJ TO HKICN HESE SIX THOnSAXn YIHSI rhs and many other Htilijertx of lpin nst to nil of iodN people ar Jis nssed fully and laimua e easy of comprehension In Unffllsh Jerman SwtHllsh Dano XorweRlan Italian Fntuli OtWk Huugnrlun Spanish Polish Iloiiand lab Finnish Syrlnc nu lurkoAr menlan In preparation 355 pages cloth bound S5ceut posit paid Address Rlhlo nnd Tract SoleI ty 17 Hicks Street rtronklyn If 10 YI The Inheritance Tax Pa what Is an Inheritance taxIAn Inheritance tax my boy is the crowd of promoters real estate agents and mining stock sharks that take up a mans time Just as soon as they learn that be has fallen heir to a little Jdoney Detroit Free Press It Would Come Id like to go away for the rest of tbe week sir said the tired book Is no need for you to do tee1eri replied tile employer Stay and you the rest of the week will Her Money Either Way Mrs KnickerWby do ypu write home for more morfey Mrs Bocker If George is having a good time ho owes it to the and if be Isnt having good time bo bas saved It New York Bun CwiREPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK v V OF SPRINGFIELD at Springfield in the State offKen tucky at the close of business Septem ber4 1812 v t No 1767 a RESORCES t Loans and Discounts 26635038 Overdrafts secured and un secured j 971304 U S Bonds to secure circulation 5000000 Banking house furniture and fixtures 400000 Due from National Banks not reserve agents 11460 Due from State and Private Banks and Bankers Trust Companies and Savinga Banks 30355 Due from approved Reserve Agents 273929 Notes of other National Banks 329 00 CurrencyNickels 10395 Lawful Money Reserve in t Specie Bank viz 415635 IRedemption Total 34955016- LIABILITIES I Capital Stock paid in 5000000 Surplus fund 4500000 Undivided Profits less ex penaes and taxes paid 461580 National Banks Notes outstanding 5000000 Due to other National Banks 83031 Due to State and Private Banks and Bankers 140023 Due to approved reserve agents 252581 Individual deposits subject to check 13211831 Time certificates of deposit 6296970 Total L 34955016 STATS or KENTOCKrt or ss I A C McElroy Cashier of the abovenamed bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief A C MCELROY Cashier- Subscribed and sworn to before thi 11th day of teptentbcr CIAS l1 McCiiRD Notary Pubic CORRECT ATTEST B LVLITSEY JOHN W LEWIS H M GRUND Directors A MUSICIANS ROMANCE Fanellis Triumph That Came Ater Thirty Years of Misery The life story of 1 Kanelll the com1 poser of Tahleiiiix tSvmphonl iiies rends like a romance How easily It might have rend like a tragedy this In cldent will show In his youth Innelli had been Our ageous und ambitions full of dreamt of the mUst he was goitig to write for the world to hear and admire But misfortune followed misfortune He found It Impossible to get n bearIng fur his compositions and one hy one his dreams betraii to fade Ten twenty thirty years went by Finclll all hope crushed oy continued adversity was earning pittance by playing 1lnt after nVht In nn orches Ira None if his collenKiies suspected his genius fof he kept his ambitions locked in his heart as he kpt the symptiony the in sterpiece of his youth locked l lu his ilsk Then one day Ismelll In search of work us a copyist tilled upon flnbriel Plerue one of the treat mushal celeb cities of Purls Asked to show snot pie of his writing lauelll produced the symphony whlrh he had brought with him Plerue looked at It awl saw that the writing was clear then he saw something nnru for he continued read tog the murii ell terl v Who Is this Fniielll he asked nt length Myself answered the coni oser wrote It rtearly thirty years ago Leave tills wjth me und come again In a few days So Fane111 went out while Plorne too enrapt to soy giMMlhy stooil by the window poring over the umslc few days later he unit ittd to the de lighted but dazed Funelll that he was going to produce the symphony at one of the Concerts Colouue Ou the eventful night Kauelll him self took a seat with the musirlaiia Tears came Into his eyes as he heard till first strains of his work neglerted for so many years He war not alone in his emotion however for as the music proceeded tears ca nie lilto the eyes of the other musicians tbc di rector the audience The tisk took them by storm When It wits over burst of applause broke out rose M swelled nnd would not die away The composer alone sat quiet ns If In deep thought Finally he Jut up wnlked over to Plerue and with full heart expressed his gnitltude Again thank you 1 Plirne he said taking his leave Oood night nnd good appetite to you Picnic wondered tit this strange fare well but at last the inetining dawned on him The applause that wIts still ringing through the hall hind brought to Fanclll not only fame but jvluU lur the moment was of even 4iioro Impor tance to him the promise of easier liv lug The composer of JlibleaiisSyiii phonlques hid left the scene of his triumph to enjoy a much needed nnd rare Irmlln good dinner Youths Companion earthquakes The worst Khen euuntrles l of the world are ltnlyvIapau Greee America Java Shllymid Asia outhI The liimls iiiont fret from lire Africa Australia Russia Siberia Scundlnavia uml Canada As a rule whlre earl hiltiila are most frequent they ore abso the must severe But to this general statement there ore ex cept loins Indian shocks though less numerous lielng often very disastrous ross of life however In many cases depends on density of idpuiatlon rath er tItan on the Intensity of the earth- niovetuentNew York American Her Secret Sorrow Mrs WlriClcy impresses me as one who had something In her past life to make her unhappy I never ran look at her without feeling Iblltlibels tho bearer of n secret sorrpw of some kind Well she Is She told me once that she could never be quite hupnrttagflu because she used to be the wife of nI man who later married another woman with vhii Jj e jii jicflfed to be living n state of bliss 1hicaii iecorjl41er mid r Ii I PU 3L1G S LEilj 1 1OPH 11 Flf I E FHRMl It Clop Implements etc Ii Fridy Sptiuber 2O- iAT OCLOCK P On the abov date I will offer for sale on the premjsesll mile from Mackville Cyf 1 MY ifARM Of 100 ACRES This farm is on of thcost ir the county and has a good residence 8 acre tobacco 11rn under l1ence goOwater andall outbuild iings all good tobacco land 75 acres in grasss 4 The land will be offered in three tracts and thou aaa whole and sold so as to re lize the most money Seeding privilege given at once possession offarm given January 1st Will also Far niug Implements of all kicds 8000 Tobec otSticks tons timothy hay 75 barrels of Corn 4 t TERMSI n onrlnno half cash balance in lr 9 and 3 years On Personality find under cash over 10 oh credit of 6 months Note bearing in crest from date i 1 IS b W CAMDEN ii- i itJEXINGTON1- OTO8TOi9 fi THE iWORLDS GREATEST CONTESTS i WORLDS BEST TRACK KEN FUCKY T H B ASSOCIATION 21000 Ttrt KEMrncy rrinuTY TUESDAY OCT ai 3000 TIn WALNUT HALL err IVEDXLSDAY OCTO S 5000 Tiff TKANSYLAMXIA TI1U11SDAY OCT 10 9 3000 Till TASTLKTOX CUP MONDAY OCT 14 0500 CH MriOXSHIP STALLION MOXDVY OCT 14 16IA BIG STAKE EVERY DAY W6lijcps Prize Band of America One Fare RAI LROAD RATESOne Fare WRITE roil rilOGRAM NITRO CLUB IIPNEW CLUB SHOT II SHELLS Tew Club Shot Shells loiown as the old reliable yellow shells II for over 50 years S6the black powder standard jigives a sure quick snappy ignit on seldom found in black povder loads Or if you prefer smokeless powder shoot SnSyH Club Steel Lined Shot Shells for peed plus pattern in any make of shotgun IEMINCTON ARMSUNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO 39 Broadway New York City WASHING AS JUMPER The Father di Hs Country Win Chamf jn In His Day Then is nil iilHi j rtt1IIr wliiU lVerV mj 4it it 111 ill tliitigti is lii liml all rlins Vhronli It It is niLe Itv Cmiruw ViiHhiiiulon Viiul nnd wis runmnj iiio idg imp twentytwo f4 t thrtn iiilts 1Rsnctlf vuen tutu where WnsliliiKton innde this JUIIII Is not Luuxrn but it ueems to be Ifli oriral ThIIrIlJ n Vrs to it in The Vlr Clnlnns when he tells uf the jumpiiij mutch iHtween larry Varrtnjtou nui- itnrd Mnnh nIUUJIOU Ihiry wits with a Jump tweiity ne feet urea Im lies njinlnslj his Uirdshlps Hillllnf- elt six ni hut t his letter to IrKinli Harry rs he knows there nnntliLTJn Vi Inih Colonel n Wllllhi who cti Id clear a foot invre It ThncUeni inures are oorrwt VUsliiifion m slhuvo lieen n wonder rill nlhlite Icoiihtl easily have won iiiV lit ertol jutu din niifloiia hlp loUlI petition up to 0 and most ofthe ua tlonnl cbampi inshlps Tlieii too it twist be rein iibered that the future Father of Iljf Country did not wear spiked shoes 1W the nthlctcs of today nor did he Iii e a cinder patti for his runs nof a ive inch plank for his takeoff the e Impruvemimts not liar Ing conic Into geiiernl use us early na the mlddfe of the elsrhtecftth century Washington t day would be a record breaker St I oils GlobeDemocrat J A MAWS MOTHER Just a Little ominder to the Son Who May iHavo Forgotten But your m titers life lois not been easy Your ither was a poor man and from Iny she mncrled him slio stood by blsj1sWe Lighting the wolf from tbe doo with her naked hunds as a woman j nut light She worked lot tile eight or ten hour day of the uj on but tilt twentyfour hour day of t e unor wife nnd mother 5 THE NitrO l4II 11I1htr- j 1111 lilI1I1I1- lMtf 11 llr Iliulll I iiil iiiwu tat ilmiUs for tUlrsly Ita d trillj Iiii little sleepen Iihetiiiig for i4liilV Stie hal time to HHHII to your stories of boyish fun aud frolic anti triumph She had limeito say tlu ttliliiKsthat spurred yotir 1IIIIItit inn on She never for iit fi tk the little dished you liked She did t il bUilt tin ttnfiH she neeilI ei that yoii inhrpi not be tisiiamed of your clot hs uforv your fellows Hcnieiiiliur this now while there Is yet time while till living to wf ack to her In love and tejiilernt s ttonie of lie lht you owe liiy You run never pay It till inn pay down nompthlns on ntvdimi tills very night adfoa Home Journal Swiss Chard Chard the hUwhHd Ipiives leaf sti ks or whirl of ertiilu plants uflthe Kjpli iiillchikc nnl white beet nlKo n rnrlfty of white beet SwKs dUI nl heel lenf hwt In iookiuu Swljs hull for gheni thewjde oldie itihil rill nn mt out nml the green IwiVeH servvd nlmie the rile rooked separately ltld wrvtd like lisiintgiIS- for n hidi they are nn appetizing IlIbI stituie Tliiii for hinpe a dish of leaves and rllw tajriher Is served us greens but tilTa njxvnys stHiiw n waste of good tmiicrlal when olljier Is better alone The heus greedily eat iiiiy that tally hq loft when the table is lIellrtttI or the cows nnd phn will dispose of It so thnt not a leaf need be wanted All thIngs considered liwiss chard Is One of4ho most satisfactory plants a glifdciier can ruLseTEschanKe i They Were Once Slang slf we tOld never allowed slang to leslllnilne Jtself lif orthodox inngun c 1 where should we hl today A refer once tt 6d Blang dictionaries gives the answel Tnke trosetf published al the enlof thIn iUrdtwiith century tie oP4iit riar tOIUU1I l8Q t I lintit Rceived 1 Ii The Newest ModelsI in ManTailored coat Suits in Piagon1l Chviots Scotch I i Mixtures and Men s Sergesin brownnavy gray and naveltYinixturesrang I mg in prices II 10 To f 3500 i 1 Also in Juenils and Serkes andS t hsiZe 14 15 16 and 17at J250 to 2000 I are alFBischofs suitwhjch iis resthe to MixturesIIin style fIt wamanshlBand material Look suits before buying I I Cunninghain OIiI1can CO 14- G ee oy tne nrst icncoRrapncr wno recog nized the word slang Itself We find him classing under It su jh words as bny window bedizened bet bins ter budget brogue capon grouse churl coax cobbler cur domineer eyesore flabby flog flout foundling fuss gag malingerer messmate s uIter slump sham rascal trip and yelp Walt until the next antislang purist uses one of these words and then con found him by reference to Grose London Chronicle Thankful For Hit Escape Its useless to urge me to marry you When I say no I mean no Always I Invariably And can nothing ever break yourde termination when once you make up your mind Absolutely nothing Well I wouldnt care to marry a girl like that anytiowBoston Tran script Dureau of Information Strau or Can you tell me where will find your bureau of vital statis tics Farmer BrownI kin give you the village dressmakers address She knows the age of erery woman In town Life The Inevitable There Is no good in arguing with the Inevitable The only argument avail able with nn east wind Is to nut on yotir overcoaLJanies Russell Lowell Stop Your Worry If yon are inclined to worry today stol nod think or the worryjnft you did yesterday awl lion Htye It really amounted toCtiintn News STORIES OF BRET HARTE His Dislike of Social Duties and Mere FriendshipsJr us autobi ography gives an amusing reminls ence of tlttet Hartes proneness to escape from wlutt are known as so dill duties Mrs Con way received on Monday afternoons and Itret IJurte hail told her that he would be present on aprtlciilar Mmidtiy but heitihid to nin ear much to die regret of some persons who had been invited fur the occiislon When chancing to meet him writes Mrs Conway aljludcd to the disappointment lie asked forgiveness and sjild will come next Monday even th ij h promise lie had n constant dread that hIs friendship or acqualntnncc would sought du nccniiut of his writings rather than for himself A lady who sat next him nt dinner without learn lug his name aftervard remarked linve always lonve to meet him nnd would1 hove lecfr o dilTereut hndl only known who iiy neighbor ns This unfortunately being repeated to Ilret Ilnrte he exclaimed Now why cant a woman ryallze that this sort of thing Is Insultos If Mrs B talked with me mid found me un interesting IISII man hmv Quit she expeit to find me Inlrrestlng because was anauthor HfTy Chllds Mer wins Life of ilref llJirte CURIOUS INSURANCE Some of theQueer Risks Taken by the Brokers at Lloyds They will take any risk at Lloyds London It BhnuMbe understood that this great coniiiK lois nothIng Ip do with It hut tliat the brokers issue policies is dh idrnils Hure are u fiv specimens of risks Actually In fcurinl Lb uue fii rIch heiress took out a P1Y for 100 guineas against tier prti wirh n iitnhi man before sptt1tdtie lit pnld 1000 guineas premium antI Hip jirl did not elope so the broker Will In guineas A young man suil by a girl for data ages for bretich i promise to marry paid 800 gtiiueus fcr n policy covering any nmouiifof mfythe Jury might n wit to the pliiUfT gave her Hno so tlho broker mndij tonic thnn lUO i A pfllce of a prolttttono of his in a dan gerous place The owner took out nIpolicy for 5500 to be paid him tho ship wen lostt iIiliall for this premium of 0no Tlito Mhip was saved so hC lust the money New York World The English King The king of England hits no Icgisla tire veto lie must sigh his own death warrant if tile two houses unan1 imously send It tt him It id n fiction of the past to axcribe to him Fesisla tire power tIe lots bug eased to have any Tho prime minister Is the chief executive lit fill irI theIr consptu tlon The king has the right to Im consulted the right to uiuounigp JUo right to warn he can Hud anybody that wnnts to consult him or anybody that cares to iie encoumgwl by bftn or anybody flint wilUxtaiv to be wnfnQd In other Qrhlstie king isn hflgurclieHd lrI1R It luis Jwctt more respectfully oprc tfe l he Is the ornniiHiitnr rather ihiiu the Ux ful imrt oflthe nrltI1t cotiKtltntlon T 1lf Administrators e Sr4E4 As administrator Wilsonwence near Litsey Kyon4 Ilt Tuesday October 1stvlI = AT 130 OCLOCK J Mt = If O er7orsaletqttthe highest bidder alrthe persoia1 1 t property of the said Mrs Emily Wilson1 JJAl the MrII 170 ACRESc located on thej Little Beech Fork in Washington 4County Ky Said land is all good corn grass and 1 tobacco landand is well watered has on it a Jlarge frame dwelling tobacco and stock bin and other ji buildings and is just onehalf miJe from good pike1I Terms and made known on day of sale 2 ifc = Z P LBACHMAN Admr =j l lantlHeirsof4lrs Etniy Wisoo 11 Qtta L U aa1r D issolufIO1alB OF J fineLive Stock In rdcr r MfUt oplngtnau Tliursday unuwo OcthberiOr nt J JT in 0 LO K 4id x t rftr s el the huhsta db9 bdder4 iiJhop Tcsei e orttJ J th r 1p in UvM Stock VI1 Jra Hay mare and mule colt yemrsod Say mare and muo colt 10yearsold Bay mare sad hbrse col t0y earsold Brown mare in foal toJaclq12yenirr5ol4 Sorrel mare in foal to Jack 4y arabld Bay horse hy Mol o tjearl 3jyearsoldt driveBayjjood worker nnd safe for llady to drive ycajso1dMaretiyI 1 old S 2 mares by MokoPearl 7yfears old 1 yearling filfyby San Breaker j 10 mare mulsbroke 2yeara old I 4 hprse mules broke 2yeantfold I 2 yearling horse mules J 32 head yearling Steers 4 weanling calves kwhite Shorthorn cow and calf roan Shorthorn1 cotf andcalfl 2 Jersey Cows and 1 roan coscialltreah 40 head of hogs weigh about 35 His 7 sows anti pits Lunch at 12 m No ByBidding of any Sort TEEMS Siathd undfcr ca li Over 10 a creciLnt0 months wiltl be given N t s lebring tOp r cenMntwresi rrofeaddte req- ir4DfI4J3KI3LLYI I v DR G T BURTON L KSIDENTDENTIST J r AH Work Guaranteed 1BONE162Rir rrU1Y1oM1agan Block up stairs t SPBINGPIEDD KY I DR J C AJUDD FbsicuB and Surgeon 1i Omcf hours 8 to Oam 1 to 2 pm Offices over BTaydons Dtugstor I W F GRIGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Peoples Bank UPRINOFlELi KY VD HW fiYATT Office ov rRed Cross Drug- Store Office hours HyattlO80 I mv to 12 m 4to 5 pm i tis Me WILLIAMS Notary Public WIlilSBURG KY Depositions a Specialtys JOHNYIIMAYES FUIEBAL uiHECTOR 4 AID LICENSED EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAY 10 NIGHT 74 SPRINGFIELD KI J I l DrtF TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice over HayJop Barber Pental yrork at reasonable prices lwork guaranteed j SPRINGFIELD KY I PUBUC SAlEft f Having decided to quit farm ing I will on- jvSatBriay Sep 2f 1912i i 1 At 430 oclock pcu i offer for sale my farm if nutE 1sold privately before Said farm 157W11eSWeSt of Springfield on the Bearwallow and Fredericks town pjkp iI will also on same wJaate offer my stuck crops farming Implements etctJ C BNSORc PUBLIC SALE If not sold privately before I Tjll on 8atnrdaySept 21 t 12I at 2 oclock p m offer for sale tay storehouse in Springfield ad joining the Walton hotel Parties desiring to look over the property will call on tile under signedi C L PRICE To The Public From September 16 to 23 my place of business will be closed tripland a visit to my parents Mr 4amid Mrs John Baumbauer at Wabashfjlndf so I thank the public for past patronage and spVtcit your future patronage Yours Respt j Spiingfield City Tailor P W Baumbauer Prop Farm For Sale Neiir Woodlawn in Nelson II LX2oonty 125 acres of scud lacd 4 rst class improvements onapike a and heatva U IL Station Tom ms easy Call on or address a i ii N Fulton Bardslown Ky y Strayed on iny farm near Pen vicit one wbito bow weighing Ubout 250 pounds Owner may have same bv paving fur this adverilscm ntand for pasturage itJ B Jeffries lcptT I lIhILIc Of A Husbandn is tOG important a matter for a woman 1to ibe handicapped by weakness bad lJopS or foul breath Avoid these kill hopes by taking Ur Kings Life PiUs New strength fine complection pur Breath cheerful spirits things that win men follow helr use Easy safe tare 25c at Haydon Robertson T I I TOWN WW iWHfi WWMM ULocal Happenings of Interes t The Freshest and Latest I All About Yourself Friends I Jand Acquaintances f- lM 091 2 2 221 FOR SAIJE Wag In and set of double harness TP OBryan C L Brady Springfield Ky RRS has forsale 150 bushels of White Seed rye I now have a complete line of fall and winter millinerY just Miss Ellen Wathe- nLosTA inI gray coat between Springfield and Keene bridge Finder will please leave same at this office The ladies of the Christian church will serve dinner at tne Walnut Street Theatre next county court ises FOR at RENT cJayIHigh street Apply to John W Lewis We handle a fall line of Feeds Corn Oats Bran Hay Molasses Feed Coal Salt and all kinds of eeds B 1 LAKE Co Come in and see our now line of fall and winter millinery Miss Ellen Wathen Our early tailored models and street hats are now in We can please you in style and price Come in Mrs Williams FOB SALE Nice Dwelling on High Street near CathohcIChurch Has rooms located on It acre lot Apply V T For J R Montgomery FARMERSCome in and see our Timotby Seed best on the market They are cheap Get our price B D LAKE Co 1LOST During the Springfield fair gold locket and chain Finder will return to this office and receive reward openedJat Buffalo in LaRue county having been employed to teach the County High school in that county We show the styles that willI instantly attract you The latest novelties jn feathers veils etc Mourning goods specialty Mrs Williams Now is the time to commence tlTfeed your hens to get winter eggs Try Chicken Chawder and you will be sure to get eggs this winter B D LAKE Co W G Grundy and Sister will sell at jbicauction Wednesday September 25th a lot of tine stock including 8 head of 2 yearold mare mules extra good ones ST1tAYErFrom my place one long yearling steer weigh ing about 850 Ibs color red with some white spots and horns Liberal reward for any informa tion leading to its recovery C J Haydon We are informed by the Coun ty Superintendent that the Coun ty Board of Education have de cided not to establish any high schoof this year The last Leg islature having given County Boards of Education another year before establishing such a scoot if they deemed it best 1 TOPICS iI- eoc IDR V MANNING DENTIST SPRINGFIELD KYi Offices over McElroy Shaders grocery Phone 234R Hours 8 to12io4 Mr and Mrs Fred VanArs dale are rejoicing over the ar- rivall of a son Our new Suits willbein this week nifty styles see them be fore you buy Mrs Williams The Mens Class of the Mack yule Christian church will serve au ice cream supper at Mr Hen ry Hickersons Saturday night Everybody invited Get your coal before winter makes your roajj bad Its cheap Remember we give 80 los for a bushel as we have always done and load your wagon with a fork B D LAKE Co The Springfield Graded flchpQl opened Monday witti a large at tendance Prof Gen W Colvin is again Principal The other teachers are Misses Emma Nu nan Hettie Rudd Evelyn Roy alty Pearl Claybrooke Jennie Redding Ella Duncan and Prof Jaggers of Hart county Mr L AHamiton has purchased 66 acres of land off the West side of the St Catharines farm on the Bardstown pike and will shortly commence he erec tion ofa dwelling on it Mr J W Tucker has transferred his farm on the Bards town pike to his sister Mrs E L Mclntire in consideration of her transferring her land to him Dr and Mrs Mclntire will move to their new home and Mr Tucker will move to Springfield Monday was Quarterly court there was a very light docket and no cases in which there was a contestWill Leachman color ed was tried last Saturday on examining trial in Judge Litseys court on a chergeof foigery It was alleged he had cashed a check at the Robertson Uluy brooke C9 store payable to Jim Thomas cmisigned by JJ A Barber Mr Barber denied signing the check at all The negro denied any knowlege of the matter at all He was held to the grand jury on a bond of 150 Democratic Speaking Hon E Morgan Chinn ajid Ex Congressman Daye South will speak at the courthouse County Court day Both are very attractive speakers and will draw a large crowd b Revival I Revival at the Bap ist church growing in interest Sunday there will be three special ser vices 11 am Mothers Day everybody is invited At 3 pm a service of special interest to men only Tile men of Springfield atd all tne county are urged t hear MI Browns sermon ContraryWinds The evtn log service 780 oclock will be evangelistic and everybody will- tied a cordial wecoiue rI Mules Wanted CI III will be in Springfield I Monday Sept 23 1912 1 TO BUY IItoo Head Mule Colts I J1 1 Yearlhigs Work 2year Mules olds andII G FOXB L ii- I J New Cjty Assessor Because of the rt sign tioi of Mr 0 L Pride the Bi ard of Trustees or thecity of Ipnng tieldt had to appoint a n w City Assessor TJbe place wt given 16 Mr Byron Croat j Mr Puce Made avery excel ent of ticial during the tfme tie held the place The new ass ssor is well qualified for the pl ce and ilie people of the town a e to be cungratulated on securing his tierVicfsW Buys Hotel Mr OL Price has btusht the Uawson HOtel IiI Haven andwill move there Oc ber 1st to take charge The tel has been a very successful instelry for several years pasaud the people of New Haven re sure to have its good repation inI that resnect kept u4to ttfo highest standard whiltp t is un der the control of Mr t rice and family The Prices aje one of1 Springfields oldest families and we very piuch regret to lose thpm but they take w th them the best wishes of all BarlowMoor Mr Emerson Moor and Miss Ehi Barlow were m rrled last Saturday The bride s a handsome young lady and j a ChOOII teacUer Her resIde ce Hancock county and she is atj present the teacher it the HarI desty school Mr oore is aI son of Mr Sum Mj re and one of the county en erprising farmers f WycoffShewmakeiji Mr John B Slew nker and Miss Maggie Brig is Wycoff were marrit d at tlu Mackville Christian last Saturdj y by Rev Walden Immediate following the ceremony they ere enter tained lot the home of the brides of of in in of SP ARRANGEMENTS MILLINERY SUITS CORSETS in ins to Class of Strickly as our designs are ar material A fine of tailored models now jh parents The is a dauph ur of Mr tile Wjcoli and is one f the mot popular icliool while the who is a son f f Mr Harry Shewmaker deceased is an inI dustrious ShehanjReed Mr d II Read J Mist GraceShehan wer married yes1 teruay moisiii a ocliick at the residence of MuLdMs E G iiI Lo Iin mediaely fullowig the cere they left fur a short iiip to ColumnbuO Tiie bride ba d ghter of Mr and Mrs T U ihehan and is of the count most beauti young ladlesUJ is admired by a large tIre of friends while tIlL v 10 ii a of Mrl J K Reitl is iu enteipr1s youn wan lil d by all Gore It was with mui h egret that the people of fSpr igtield learned jof the deatii iiti rlodgensville Ky las wetk uCJ Irs J Rogers Gorei She Uad ill fur months i itli a cmpli uf dieasus Pior to LeI marriage the watj a Miss Linnie Han bruugh lr and Mrs Gore lnitj ffar two years and were very ii Ljtily regardedl by tvtir boJv Gore was a wOJian pjsei 6 ig a kind and h Ppy uisposijoj ho seemtdi to see good in evji tiling Dur ing her staj Ueru ste drew tu hersul ui Iet dship of allI With w iuir ii ime in contact DONT Ua Friday ant Saturday 20 and 21l iliu tours fciciiaefer Jo will on lisplay their en liue 01 woo us for fall and winter and vil be prepared to take yuur e for a 01I a c9at and will y mmntee a tit no sale Jtmu IJj and see this reat line at The ROBERTSON LAYBROOKE Co 1NCOUIJ UATfcD Fine Honk e For Sale I desire ti ell privately my home on the tfiliioburg ruad Has guod aid large lotI i J lONNER fr a Barn Killing Man and Team and Severely Shocking Another Person On lastl Tuesday afternoon about sundown the southwest ern section pf the county was Visaed by one of the sqverest electrical storms seen for a distanretIangry looking has been seen this year A heavy bolt lightning rtruck the barn Mr Oscar Fields just as be was approach ing it to drive in bolt ran eapedIMr Fied also His sisterinlaw Mrs Green well who was standing the barn door when the lightning struck was rendered unconscious but as we go to press her chances of recovery are thought veryIbadlY Mr Fields was about 40 years of age and was a farmer who stood high in the public estimation He was a son of the late agoIMattinglv who survives Say Dont Overlook those good mules and farm mares i C N Grun dy Sisters sale on Wednesday tthe 25th This is to be a sale good stock so dont fail to come Mules are bringing big prices and these mares are good property illiame CIAL FOR PATTERNS EACH WEEK I AND VEILS J Th4 Only House Springfield Cnrlar exclusively This Trade higtj class No competition exclusive the best line Itritile grow CarmerI and Mulse isvsile mony one ful groom son tuiz beet several cation hyed Mrs brief FORGET Sept have tire uuasi suit rI del UK LIGHTNIG STRIKES long that The Photographs I will be here only a few days longer Will returned to Louis ville September bO Now isyoul chance to get first class photc eraphs this year at your home Pione at my latbers Mr Ed IUU kS Edelen Mr Joe Edelen died at his home near Mtnton lust Friday after an illness of several mouths from tuberculosis He was a son of the late John Eduleii and Mrs Kate Edelen tie was 24 years of ago and had teen a cripplel nil his life He lead un exemplary life and was a good ciiien FERSUNAL Mrs Fonuie Blanford and Miss Nannie Simins will be with Mrs Williams again this season and invite their friends tto cone Iin Mrs Fannie Blandford is at Baird ifc Son millinery house for two weeks Misses JJainie and Lillie Siimus were in Louisville last week Mis Mary Login has returned penLlthe summer IMr AJ Ott of Fankfort is spending a few days in town Miss Lou Booke who wits tauen suddenly ill Tuesday is improving MS WI M Stallings of Smith Grove is visHiag rela tives here jltiri Wl Grigsby and daughter Marga et and Mis Jemii Cokendoiplior visited in Bardstown last Saturday IMr Tandy Quisenberry of the Planters Tobacco Warehouse iu town this week 1itJ Notice Notice is given that Peterson and Spaiding haye dissolved partnership should anyone have cjaims against said firm they will present them for payment S M Peterson Sn n T Spalding r4 77E w J Z Ei I JUST RECEIVED 11 t I IIA Bigand0fLoiceLI- lt i LADLE TAILORED GOAT SUITsfl 11CutI and and made Wlnt in Styles the laf stFaaI r LiPfI Prices Will SURELY PnEASB YOU I I We have also receivedi large assortment of ladies and Childrens V IIMens RAIN COATS t y v II We urge the trade tothe make their selections early I before they are picked over 1 ICUT PRICE SALE 1 1 1 Of allsummer goods still going on and will continue un I Sept 1st Come and get some of these great bar IIiii ALWAYS GLAD TO SHOW YOU THROUGH THE ROBERTSON GUYRR00KE COJ S iNCORPOBATA I i S iii ii1i ii 1- II I I 1 1III 1 III I I ICoal House 1 1 I 1Your1 Bushel COAl en Oar at orr 16e delivered u 1 1 I 80 Ibs fo the bushel I I MCCLURE 8 MA Ei III THE COAL DEALERS J j T 0Public Sale OP llouseholdFurnitureAsrwihl October 1st to make my home- Ii wiil on j Saturday Sept 21 at2oclockpm at my residence on High Street sell my household and kitchen furniture Will also sell one good family horse 1 buck board and surrey harness etc Terms made known on day of sale CL PRICE Malf Carriers WlIIFIy This isa age of great discoveries Progress rides on the air Soon we may see yncle Samd mail carriers flying in all directions transporting mail Pea pIe take a wonderful interest in a discovery that benefits them Thais why Dr Kings New Discovery jfor Coughs Colds and other throat and lung diseases is themost popular medi cine in America It cured me of a dreadful caught writes Mrs J F Davis Stickney Corner 4e1 after doctors treatment and all other remedies had failed Excellentfor coughs colds or any bronchial affection Irice and 100 Trial bottle free at Hayden Robertson STRAYED On my farm about 0 weeks ago a red boar weighing about 110 lbs Owner may have same by paying fqr keep and for this advertisement J BART SMITH ReliablandCompreheDsiYeTeleplioncSerYice la necessary to conduct successfully a business enterprise The Cumberland Telephone and TelegraphCornpany gives you a uniyerMlMrvice that is local connections 3th alljcititens in your town and Long DUtonce con nectiona to all outaTd Thporfant cities and towns You get exoctiy what you pay for Call our Manager for further lnformati nuTI1 demand iis not for cheap telephone service but for reliable and comprehensive telephone service r CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPHlCOMPANY Incorporated I J J It i iPresI Main Street Tobacco Warehouse Co iNCORPRATEi MAIN STREET HOUEINDEPENDENT DANN t OLD Jb CO Proprietoti t 92325 W Main Street bet 9th and 10th L11LLE t ft i Storiif e FoUr Months Fri of CKr JV1V T J Best Light IIn City t Auction Sale Pally Best Inspection Retarna nM JIt1YJl d Mark Youi HogshealMAINSTREET ROUSE SPECIAL NOTICE TO TfE TOBACCO GROWERS Those who havp not yet received those valuable certificate should write at Het8 the Main Street Warehouse Company y a11fliltttllTlt544 j tIIl e NK TIME rmm ii= South Bound Noilk D No 41iNo 43 No slilNo 42 Ne 44 Ne t uailyr Daily Sun IID1 ly i Ex SuMExSun only Lx Louisville 4i30 p 71 are 610 Mtm9M m BaatonJct229O 70 30 i Barditown OI 1OJ6 141 5 Springfield U55 lStM tfWM 4t 10 T1 f AnAr 1 Art Ls Lv Lv S Yt I N 1I 1iJ r iLTLAAAAAAa kIiA ft9KRWEI i FREAK I IYcT of f iISk4gqw to Tarn L ikeTbIes f 4J By 1adsa Mtckfei JI gyyyyyyyyyyyVVYYYYVVVYY iiThe wind was Wowing ttorongh the pecan grove and all tnejeaves rostledl r ft1y Eye Farw ll 106k dup Into the eot brancheir where the green 1atghungth1 kIy- f In a trice she bad swung herself to aLlUer branch and with boyish agility 1 rMchedDtUJ l trunltnof 5he Jargest tree J anti rllmbed Into the utelfeV of Its thSrk greenery Here two large branch f8 rubbed together and formed a capi tal seat Ifone loved the whispering olltnde of the treetops Eve settled herself for a tong after l r soon of jenjoyment t LIar book lay unv opened on fier knees as she gazed at a t jplCtnr of which she never tired ouQ ncJiel c1leaabrUl whl tie that denoted the presence Of Andy t Morgan her fathers foreman He was aet tar away He was riding through 11 tie aisles octree trrinja below and he I was not aone tti lye bent over and gazed down at the 1atralgbt wlrll knit llgtitQ riding the 4 black horse He was gazing directly jthefti and the brim of his bat shaded jdi where Eve knew a dimple Ivrkedl A tender smile played about t KvVsUpi and the very Intensity of Jwctiae zist have attracted Us- f J cei6 her had lie Sot been absorbed Ia conversation with another man f whom EVe did not recognize although be las rkUng one of her fathers bosses fl be saw a pair ofbrovrn well shaped hands grasping the bridle reins and the crown of his big hat and she noted that he sat well In the saddle pecan3treeifaaaUpped from bI animal and tightened a girth Then he leaned lazily jciihiif the tree trunk and rolled a Icigarette Youll like It here all right Webb phiwu4M1ngThe old mans fair am4i q arevenougb t iT tbiak I shaft like It first rate sfiil the other man heartily and Eve l4 k4svotce cat U wJI deep l pleasant Farwells got a pretty I 2UabJe ancbhere1 Yes Itll take nil a couple ot days to ride over It returned Andy and then g jIn a tone whlch Eve had never heard from hla lips be added It will be an easy matter If you want to get Into cpartnership with the old mnnv Hows tbatr asked Webb Is he anXIous to sellT Not exactly But hes made It pret ty plain that whoever marries his daughter can have a thousand acres ad e1cme Wants to keep her near 4fr 4 dangerotthIsI ladghedscornfully ill I didnt know that he bad a daugh WI ter said Webb rather coldly i Oh yes a regular freakthin and scrawny with tiRd hair and freckles Thats what we call her around berel t Farwells freak Shes Inclined to be fsoftIn my direction Oh bang It all Morgan a girl cant elpXier appearance you know ob iI L1ctd Webb iha displeased tone Imay as well be plain with you us long as I am to be here and we are to be constantly associated I dont stand for i any of this careless talk about wom en I have a mother and sisters back home and they mean a good deal to me andbecause of theta all women are entitled to my protection Im not a I milk and water chap but every man hashls own Ideas about things and I mightas well tell you that thats the chip on my shoulder and I hope no body around here knocks it off He spoke flrmlyand pleasantly Andy Morgan laughed again not a L nice laugh to bear Oh very well r WrebbsM besald carelessly Ill warn the boys ta confine their tlk to the weather ariS the llatest styles in dude collars frota theeaat J They are certainly sattopics re t Vmeted Webb dimly as he followed his companionthrough the grove and out Into the open plain 5ve Parwell1 leaned against the tree trunk and closed her eyes Her face iwa white and strained and certainly JjJ did look very plain Just now She c could hardly believe that it lad been carefflessly about her Why Andy bad made il love to her andshe Eves white face biddenfin her thin little hands She loved i handsome Andy Morgan with a girls i rs tIlove and she bad betrayed her- liking and be the coward was mak- Ingil a Jest of It to this newcomer What rl1i d Abdy not said jothe other men on the ranch 3What sensitive Eve Harwell suffered up there in the pecan tree to wbjch she bad gone su happily nobody might 1 4k1I0W but when she finally descended a pink spot burned in either cheek and frher red hair was tossed into a becom ling jfluff around her ears With her Ili1 f sred brown eyes 1d1lsarlet Ups even Andy Morgan could not have called her a freak although she was thin fleading n headache Eve fled to her room Her Aunt Janet who kept 7 fiquRe for the wldowod ranchman and 1 Jhis daughter came and brought her niece ajcnpOf strong tea and bits of news from below stairs r Your father bad Andy and the new man Mr Webb In to supper tonight thAtted Aunt Janet 1 like Mr Webb 2 b M much He Is very handsome and- Jja iHTrfl j htJ s sifibr was 1s1 pDo ntPd l st He wantedyou to romp owiittinap1ty accompanltnenta for him I Eve made anwer She lay there trluir IntottiJdz1rkness1Ecfltj7 hearing the music that stole up tober Chamber Her thougbt were btj yt odes i r fl tr Aunt Janet ahe ald suddenly yond like to have m go east for long visit wouldhTypu 3Yes Sarah says it isnt fair that her only niecel should be burled aUra here in Texas when she can give her alorely winter In New York Your Aunt Sarah has money Eve but she d1trItj If father consents Id Hike to go at once went on Eve ltl do go you will take a yjcrtlou when return wont you Aunt Janet W sFnrwe lIt41ued oveland kissed her niece Certainly dear tId like 1 change myself You go and bave your fling I1nd then when you return Ill go1 and have my fUngi she laughed corn fortably It was settled that way Neither Abner Farwoli nor his sister understood Eves feverish deslreto get away from the ranch but they helped ber all they could There were an exchang- eI telegrams with Aunt Sarah In New York and a few hurried preparations by the two wbmen dt the rancji Then earls one morning Abner farwell hitched the grays to the buqiboaed and with Eves trunk strapped on be bind he took her to the nearest rail road station Hetusudden departure was a surprlse to the men on the ranch Many of them she bad known since childhood Land they had a warm place in her benrEAll liked her sweet disposition If they did not t admire her ratb JpiatnI lace The new assistant f Webb Jhad never seen her at all so swift was tier goIng As for Andy Morgan this sudden vanishing of the girl be bad heartlessly ccriticised remained a mystery It was Also a blow to his extreme vanity Eves winter ha New York lengthened Into a year and the pecans were once more hanging thickly In the groves and the same caressing wind was mak ing music in tnebranches She came tpnannoun il A cattle wagon from a distant ranch was at- the station Some expected freight haJ not arrived and fl was going Away empty when Eye billed the driver Ca hyou take me to FarweHs she asked the man Ml didnt have time to send word I wascomingl Sure thing he answered cordially Tiltote your tunksv I reckon you got a mighty lot of pretties In all those big sakytogers Yes I have smiled Eve through her thlck veil i1 reckon youre some kin to the Farwels he suggested a they drove along Why asked Eye although she could guess his bewilderment Tfon lOOK a lOt like Farwells girl Eve I aint seen her In a month of Sundays Not for a year Joe Flanders laugh ed Eve suddenly Dont you recognize old friends Flanders stared amazedly The face be saw through the veil was wonderfully round and fair and Eve Farwell bad been thin as a rail He shook his head doubtfully My gosh ybure lther Josbln me or el ei youve been fattenlq up 8omelhp blurted forth Eve threw back her head otid laugh er such asweet merry laugh that Joe Flanders recognized fier at once Nobody but Eve forwell could laugh like that he admitted If youd take off that veil could identify you further Eve removedthe veil and looked at him with mischief In ber red brown eyes Joe Flanders stared until the tears came from his strained Orbs Good heavens girl what have you ben doln7 Why youre a dream of beaQtj he gasSed A lovely color flushed Eves perfect complexion She certainly had devel oppd wonderfully during that year In New York Dancing and gymnastics pleasure and happiness utler the wise guidance of Aunt Sarahs trained ex perltjnce had changed Kanvells freak Into a beauty The red halr gleamed nnd glistened like red gold agnfnst tier white brow and the artbed dark eyebrows utlded tto the beauty of the red brown eyes beneath Her figure iwas perfect now Surety Eve Farwell had come Into her heritage Tin glad you like me JoeKld Eve wistfully Bless your heart Eve Ive alwoyp liked you Rut this Is a surprise wonder It I spent u year In New York theyd turn me out a ravin beauty Vbat say- When he left Eve at the Farwell ranch it was to see her swallowed up In the embrace of father and aunt rat rat the supper table there was a surprise in store for Andy Morgan Ee Eve he stammered as she rave a cool little hand Into hlt for a MIef Instant youre changed some te Mteped back qlli Webb caine for ward and Mr Faiwell proudly made the Introduction to his daughter Eve never forgot Webbs surprised glance that swept from tier lovely facto the chagrined countenance of Andy Morgan fcTben Webbs straight glance came Jwck to her eyes and seethed to find something there that satisfied him thrill passed between them but at the moment they did not understand Us meaning- Afterward Eve knew that the old unworthy love had died tthat day when she sat high among the pecan branches and heard Marft Webbs plain state ment of bis attitude toward women Arid she rejoiced that always she would have ths tirave fknlght to de end r WOMEN TAKE KOTiGE I Ii l Auaa cannot understand the torture and ufferfnS many women endure T eo pl aiJlryUth majority of men suffered as mych pain and endured with patience the weakening sicknesses that most women do they would ask for fto iMMUftte sympathy and look for a quick cure Maay women have been saved from a life of misery anti suffering by turning ipL Aeriit remedy Dr Pierces Fnyorite Prescription a remedy Vhich is safe IcMiJeiBbeiaBse containing no narcotics dlcohol or injurious ingredients It is an 4 lterativeextract of roots made with pure glycerin and first given to the public l by that famous specialisti in the diseases of worocnrDr R V Pierce of the J JayalttV Hotel aad Surgical Institute of Buffalo NY MEL LIZHE JL IlESBnEiMER of Lincoln Noh 529 0 St says I Bcndvj tlmonlal wlth iUch pleasure so that some sufferjntwonuia may know the true worth of your remedies Iwas a grcafguffcror from fomalo troubles but after taking one bottiqoDr Iicrccs Favorite Prencxfption whIch a friend a soanio to take J fpund myself very much Im AftJkt taking three moro bottles and using two 1vcd4 Dr PIcrcos IotloSSPablets I found myself on th- eroftdjndvery 1 vJIIlrpoqr health for fivo years but nowI am cured all wpmqn aufkring from female weakness will giveUr Pier oa F vorItftPteacriptiona lnflr trlalF Doctor Pierces FIe 8llt Pellets regulate and invigorate stomach liver tad bow Sugarcoated tiny granules liciAjiClever v versity Professor 1 hTHc KEEN EYES OF SCIENCE Whey Detected Bood Whet There Were No AprntTiaces of It and- Found Telltale Finger Marks That Pointed Directto the Criminal MmeGuIau wag the wealthy widow of Jean Howard Gulnn former presi dent ttf the Bnuk orlFrance Mine Xiiilan waa seventy years old One night she took a train at Fontaiue bfenu for Parts She had herself a first class compartment When tine trnln Arrived In Pails the porters found herionijmrtiiient unoccupied The door bad been half tonffroni Its hinges there was at great jwnl of Mood on the floor and the police picked up from floor a handful of womans hair n torn pINe of skirt arid a flrafqlass railroad tliUrt from Fontalhelileau to Paris A search along tine railroad tracks resulted In the Iliidlng of Mme Gulans body beside the rails Just outside Fun talnehleau It was 1flItit mangled little farther on Willi found the satchel sine had curried There were uo rings on her fingers and no money In her pocket Mme Gulans relatives took the ground that she bad been seized with a hemorrhage to which she was sub iect had tried to oruyi tbddoor of her compartment to summon aid orbto get air that she hud In her paroxysm wrenched the door open and had fallen off the train killing herself The po lice were not satisfied with this ex planation particularly after Professor Reiss the famoujr Lausanne university criminologist had pointed out thnt the cut on the womnus satchel had been made by u knife and not by u sharp atone fls bad been thought This bow ever was very little evidence and Pro fessor Relss turned his attention to the compartment which Mme tulau lund occupied After he hnd Mulshed his In vestlgatloii lie went to Icplne prefect of Paris and said to him am sure thatt Mme Cumin Wits murdered and am equajly sure that her murderer wasp soldier In the train compartment there were a towel and a stationary washstand There wore no status upon the towel visible m lip naked eye NHVprtiiele w sii oil evorv iat inch ir ni tI n dHisjU test for tin iast diuvirwl ui urea uhltb iiave us tin puiIt rtuusl toil ton liuiimii blood Upon tints towel tine murderer of Mme Gulan wiped his bloody hands He knew that this would be evidence that the old wonlnn did not meet tier death by accident n he wished It be lleved and so he washed the towel thoroughly as he thought and bum It up to dry The detection then of this micro scoplc quantity of blood which can be removed from a fabric only by acids revealed to us that Mme Gulan met death by the hands of a murderer But found another piece of evi deuce There was if you remember u railroad ticket picked up on the floor On Its back was the Imprint a thumb compared It with that of Mine Gulnn It was not hers threw Its image up enormously on a lantern screen was tthen struck by the pe uliar Indentation or Ole little ridges on the Inner side of the mark Care analysts of these marked ridges showed f me that this was the thumb of a man who isis actually serving as soldier The frequent drills with guns result In the pressure upon the ridges of tine Inner side of the thumb Phis causes a peculiar flattening which is visible under a microscope when en targed und Is trne of no other occupn lion excepi that of a soldier As reconstruct this crime this sol Her managbl to get into Mine loin oinpartinent mutter the train left on tn Inobleau He knew that she ally carried a number of Jewels large sum of mooney Fie tried ti rpb tine old woman and meeting with inexperted 1t llII1C fought vylth he n tine compiritmMil killing her b Dealing her head against the register ind then sjrijippd the idyof Its Jew Is He thoughtlessly wJjHd hIs liana tpou the towel lie knew that tub would be evWenre of tho presence ot nine one elso in the comparfliknt so ie washes die towel with soap and wur put due not know ihifl we can Msrover bo Ieiml when It Is only to he amount ni one one thousandth mil lineiers He hum wrenches the cotnpartmenil- imr ojiii mill throws out the body Ie Is jiresfp for Unit rips open the atchel with ni knife Then taking til vantage of IIlie slowing down of tint Tain between nnttiliiebleau and Paris lit lumps from It and makes his ea apt As result of Irufessor IteLss analy wns foiul that two soldiers Ora nod IIht1 bad followed Mine iiilan the bum on tine night of her winter They had hidden in her com IMitment and when the trait had rInd they murdered liar as Profess Itelss laud td The rest of he reconstruction wins proved at tine trim of these two inch They both con fessed wore convicted and sentenced to life Imprisonment Certainly What was that savage animal that attacked me Thnt was a razorback Well he gave me a closo shave Louisville CourierJournal When the fIght begins with himself a mans worth something Browning Not Discouraged Blobbs Wo lire a nation of runts Prehistoric man was much larger than we are SlobbsWell for my ptrtJ would much rather be a runt than beer prehistoric Philadelphia Record The Newest Yell It Is a matter of deepest concern to the Philndnlphia Inquirer to know what yell the electoral coflege has adopted Geie Henry In lie assures us that It will Tllab rub rain HlecToRalVHv York Mall Detachable Ut Just loves say hair You should have seen how feelingly he kissed it last night 111mhroUl11ROllrlrtj Not So 3pd 1 dont WQ hitvypii ran find life worth living lu SmilM stunt town Welllilhnhivhnvethere are In vour neluL rlioid eld cago Ruciinl Herald i THE PcT- cii FI JS jWMout rhmaF h Would Stand Upon Itaflld The pectoral u fish are the two flns one oneacb ide met bnelc nt the head These tin aid the tisn to some extent In swlt alug They are small Oars whiib the sh feathers very beautifully and areS value chiefly to preserve Its etltilllbi im It Is with these fins that the h malntulua Its horizontal pSsltlon I thus water when not swimming With in them the fish would stand on Its hi id Sometimes a fish loss one or bot of Its pectoral tins by disease or bs Accident A fish without pectoral fins itln n bad way White most fishes cop a horizontal position In the water when not swimming there are flshea Jiatdo not One of these fishes Is tl filefish which when mOtionless sus nds itself In the water head dpwnwa at an angleof fortyfivo degrees on even nearer the perpendicular A tit fish kept In an peeIthe perpendicular w n motionless to about the same anc e that it would have kept In the otlr r direction It Its pectoral tins had be i Intact so that when not In motion it seemed to lying at an anglo on s back In tlieT same aqua urn there was a fitrlned bass welgldt about a pound and a halt one of ose pectoral fins wins attacked at fbi tip by fungus whIch gradually em cached upon It Finally the diseased onions of the tin were cut off with pair of sharp shears the cut belnj made within tine sound part of the At first the fish was like a man In boatj pulllugone long oar and one sin t ontlt couldnt hold a course But soon accustomed Itself to Its new cor itlou and there after ft got along ver comfortably TEST Youl LUNGS A Simple Method by Which One May Measure His velopment People often sulfe from weak tin developed lungs will lilt suspecting It True small feeble mugs lire usually associated with a until narrow or sunken chiist tout nj invariably By means uf the iniiiisi of plivslcnl cnl tart It is luuisaltile to develop large chest muscles thus acquiring a big elitist miasimmcnt while the lung remain small and nourished Again hint mlsihl f Is often so slow mid insldiious In tts ipiirnaih lIon the troirble is ndtt disc vered until it is firmly cstahlishcd lere however Is a simple test wD h will tell you whether your lungs re healthy or not Take as niacin ath as you can and then In slow tint distinct voice count from one ou ird ns far as you can without tit kin in more breath The number ut nl you can eon tinne counting Is a ir ttj reliable In dex to tin stale t stir lungs so you should haje some time you If your Lungs are mud nUll normal ly developed youri inct will Il be tween twenty live seconds If your limit Is ulIlflrt ten nnd ten ty seconds need to he alarmed proliably your lungs are merely In need 0 exer lse to lie readily obtained ngular deep iireathlng In pure at fII7or s than ten swwmls nvever points to wore or less uniuull and you should not delay tn sivomnr mjs ex imliKHl LU nusf al man IouiKni tmnswers jj JChairJ iant Idris One in IIt of uo th Anles Is liiiiixvn us jlie thalr of Idrls r Ca ler lilrls hi YHii people lIIIL lie aiise it t Is hillowcil 4iiit lkt an Imnifii t oilingto xal lraHHnm Cu luumud rhO Iait lilris wilt lisnhmtg thug ii ilifl rnvitig- irdfir uuot vil unIS mtt lnilriiiiii uuuflis tll iinu Mxnt hn tris ii il1or c rlto nit it iN IH I luruuhIr1 Ii lit iflclntmlii- iitix rliilr Mrs He hflu a 0iiii n ill Ihe Chalr Mri sis lie fl nml TiHiyon lv lUlillonx ji in ITIH dzEo F3jsCRITICISM The Lecturer Got 4 Reply and a Big Surprise s Well Mr Allion P dl1n tint Amerlran MliinNl a b iufiji ted liicaiidescvDt Igli tit j by tin use ttIt cnrtxiu lllamcnt vatunfa lu iij was about nev illy yiu lit 1c like n mncr tttiii a dI1st iiiul In thl sub tiled liI1 itit liit re room appeared it a dinliiiHv lil oiing man Solne y nv ntnMidfd hv urc itf rrtiokljui up n the tnighururuiL eunn ilr tlu e uliIIvtnui pnifessor itb my titles de iriss At the Iut Ill sjiiciulinr iiltif 9 rOIt ml Itlauns from tint iiiiditurs r Min wb Milting woll liuk in tht tin iir I iilioltsg a lone tnti urtU from the le ture coprertiiut dillitult process asked If he ultlnrut it rorrectly WHh riiiiiirkabli noiurncy sir re plied be it lijicr They are almost my very words Tin ti ti liirly lout wgoiit ly tore till let tti TS arguibent to plwes greatly to ll bitters astonish ment nil tq flltnll rsemcnt of tho nn dlence As he sit lown the lecturer said cnt hanlly repl at present You st eni to have stiiip nformatlon on tine suhjftt YrV repllid nlulamm discos crud hut process n self nearly thirty years ugo Itiirsc Weekly rT COORTSHlH I IN SPAIN A Difficult Business In Which 5p sk inn Tubes ay a Part In Spain as is we known a rigorous etiquette governs businesk of love making young jiian cannot Inter view his Rweelhea without her par until consent mmnnliItod all eon versa than opvnly carrie on between the iouplu be In presence of the fair ones uiutbiT Many subterfuge Ire udoptiHl by the lovers to ovenome mItt dliliculty anil the rejuthe orm ncntal Ironwork on tint flndfAvs of Punish housesInnsbe- commie one of th favorite trysting placbs Modern lit however Inns Im posed fresh barrlen If a young mans sweetheJirt lives on he third floor of a city building be ciii lot very v eii meet her at the reja f4tr lhls us In ot sr spheres of life necessity Is the tr them of Invention and some anknt ers have brought speaking tubes to t lr assistance The senorita nt tine npioluted hour lowers this to tier lover low and they are thus aide to carry u their love affairs with the assumnci that they are not overheard by ipu pple on the inter vening tints as won d be the case It the converstulon were nrrled on without audi aid I nml m nswers w iJ NEWJALESTHATARE i TOLD r Mr Carnegies Quarter MrIII toUoWed by porter heavily lladen with traveling bagsteamer rug thejgangsvaywhere he was ferociously t upon by group of reporters hungry for an in terview Anjlrcw called a steward who took the bags from the porte Then he fet In one pocket and theu In another Au OABNEUIC you HAVKA qU 1JttlltTO BlAllE IIitaceIIi At this time one of the newer ship news reporters who had not been pres eut at tbe Interview came up nndC1 spoke to Mr Carnegie but before the reporter could think of a suitable Ques tion Mr Carnegie said of Young man eon you lend r4e a quarter want to give It to this porter set Tie reporter did mayo a quarter and ns gave It to Mr Carnegie wino In turn handed it to the porter Then the re porter obtained ills Interview and the ship steamed away Abont a year later Mr Carnegie was again about to leave for Europe ami the sauna reporter was at the pier Mr Carnegie he said do you have a quarter to spare V Quarter Quarter dont know anything about a quarter tine steel master answered Ib Why replied the reporter thatc quartet lent you a year ago Then he explained ldl1Ah well said Mr Carnegie taking a handful of silver out of lila pocket and counting two dimes and hive pen flies thats the first time any one had to ask me to pay my debts But young man he continued shaking his head youl never make a financier Im afraid You should have mastic me give you security for that money charged Interest taWHYISQUAD LAUGHED Professors Kind Meaning Was OdyExpressedt IJholOC who were jlhere when this In 1Idelll hzifiueuntulucla tj veuuus uJ- never lire of liiig ihe following yan Ion L I CaiuuuiU iiHsUtait superin- tendeut f tvhiHils Professor IauiDtaiU was vinS priiui flpinor thereabout atul Hie ntllctlc univc antnnitntfoul In squad IIntmhiillus wtreI tlkthday afleniioii win IroftMsor l mack addressed them follows- 111111h am glut tn son you biys here pleased to 1It lhil o arc IIi tg an Intercut in liletlus think it U IIhI line tinting im liu1nnstnui In h1I1I Intuit sjiuris Fotitball will give vofi court dun and your schooling shuuUl be dltieslgmuedneed hopi and men of coufldcme In this country In fact want to make confidence iijini out of all of you erhIIIM tIll geulul professor Is won dering tu this tiny why football a squad broke unto lojul laughter lyin sits City Journal Posed In Texas O Jumns who looks after a pore tlon of tine Swonsoii Interestsl In Texas was Imtlifred by ilnfts of wound from tInt Spur range He sent Al ShUlvan nuunvtoy to iatch the ihievefc Within a few dnys hrought one an olu tn iifsior dirty nnd raggisl1 vvlllf lila toes out of his show iiiul tuft of ImhIChiming hruuch lilt rovvii of lih lintfIIt dont feel like sending you to in jnll sHld loius but youve got to be fill islnui So well tjiko photograph IIfUII fur the ntgius gallery Tin human CIIIPIrIlW pmtnlsid corn jil t reform isd theystnsnii him m and look his pitlure Aht ml a ivfilt later still In his rngstimid with iinotlicr seven uiiiys dust it uHiii lulU tie sttud Inside tine her iWhaii iskuti looking up the If you plojisp Mr ioius aIr anuiulunt he r lIjrt Kin yon span mi one otIIr bonn prttures stdd 111tg loliiuiy tne Ariivrun er slut had explained ihe meaning of In sunnI 1 wluli you vvmlil write a sciitoiue iiiitaliiiiig tint word defeat viIVfier a oiruggle whkh lasted till about ilwt lie was midy to be heard Ilcuiuul read your nonitosittonn tint tiailior kmtutettchtIltfiMt Chicago IttToid iUrnld InIVery ObzcrvinjiMuggins Io you ve women art more observing than imn Iliigglus Well my Vifu met a friend the vtreet today for two minutes and it gttookt the other woman lund onlhllntlllw phia Ueeord unttI notice that you always hove a buxM ihe horse show Are you a lover iff horses Oh no Im n strict rian Chicago Itycord Herald regetuw In so far as you ilitjiroach tcniptu Do tlon to n Plan you do him an lnnry She Jnnd If Johnson he Ia orcivonie you share hlsJ 7 HINTS FOR THE BUSY HOUSEWIFE IA Handy Mirror Chair For the Use of Invalids A Tennessee man has designed the chair here Illustrated for ue Qt Jii1 vallds A mirror Is hinged oft a sort of footboard In front and anotliec mIrror swings on armsjsingab9vatheback These mirrors can be so arranged hat anything reflected lufone Is seeji lIt Ithe other and tine occupant can seena per son approaching from practically any point without turning his head where fbre It would seeui that the chair was uesjgned chiefly for paralytics The is oiv rollers so that It dan be about easily 1lIIlr Baked Stuffed Peppers Wash six large green peppers put them Itt boiling winter five minutes ut off the stems remove the seeds and stuff with one cupful of cold meat minced tine and an equal amount stale breadcrumbs Add salt pepper and oiJon Juice with water or stock to moisten lieplaie the steals tine peppers In a deep dish 101110 ranch cold gravy as tine dish will hold bake In a moderate oven for half an hour They be stuffed wjutb sausage meat and bread Red Vegetable Salad Take about a pint of beets bolted and cut In tine pieces add to these an potntoesit beIpotatoes become rod Kill a salad owl with siicusIunion put Into it onic red cabbage xhreddedand then tin flOb toes mid bets Over nil French dressing and let It tndHi the Ice for malt an hour be fore earring Creamed Oysters Mix one tablespoonful of flour very smoothly with a little cold milk or cream stir Into one pint of boiling ream and allow It to cook ten min 1urbLetIll own liquor strain and mIni the oysters the cream Salt pepper tr ste flavoring of onion ami maie may be aiWed to the cream if ilcsirecl Parsley Fo Garnishing First chop the KtMley vet y then sirexv It npli the conier of leui Moth haM rr few serond ruler tIne iohl Wr toni et ui iiezi nj tlphll us wvlilt t hot iiakf ll out of Hi 1ith IIk1I wrmni iuI ln It ull Ilhl Vii iuLns will ii logged together In Mule lumps temcn Raisin Pie Cine large upful lit seeded and chop etl niisltis Turn a ciipfuls of hoi vater on them uuuuIuk ten minutes oat one cupful of sugar one egg lie rounding tablespooufult of flout juice und rind of one lemon Mix this wltlj the raisins Cool before4Ut Into crust Makes two pies With crusts each String Bean and Beet Salad Cut one pint of cooked string bones halves and scrape and cut Into dice three cold cooked beets Line a salad bowl with crisp lettuce leaves fill tine center witH beans surround with the lItI beets sprinkle with French dressing and chill irre serving Rbisin Cake tSd eggs one cupful of supir haM cupful of butter one cupful o riiixiits liitlf a iispful of milk urn tea spiuinfiil umt ni rio r half a tell spiuiiful of soihi iiit tntltc half a ten spoonful nftill kliiI ofSilre a Htt 4llt tWO MIlflllS nf fliuir Cno Urhrellaa Ff ymi xvniit nir iiiiirefn to las iMi iie usual ie make It a rulf Kir few drops of oil lilt thin to i4iieli alMihi niunth iIuls pro ults the jjdx of he dlis frum nistli so prolong tVe life of the uui rella f f Ltn Pudding nf ll llekjllltjl IflblP ui iiil uf mllU Jlllci rh1Ir a 1juri volj of nvo pp IIH nt lltnr Itenlen hlllI tst rriil asi Itjikeslow it tir ir t Pie Ba rt3 Hint When making p lit tint Jnie frOnt fruit very offesi xitnlv through tim uder crust oikil 10 ihe inpJsirtflt It This can It invvciiiMl lh hrusft g the crust over wlldlw wifUe of- g fit Secret Account Family riiisiHm Till trouble wit your husliand madain Is that hi tii overdrawn hi ncnMint attlie hank o talIty Mrs iuoiiian Foil sure hi as dfHvlvliig iie uhout snmethlnv Doctor glre yon my woial nevei now hail mi nrcount there JEt angepMaking excunettakea tlinc thatt Is better speui In making good C IUIIIIIIII1 Educations Progre t v Are you Illelt1 Ill with your Engllsiy uertneas tInt chIldren get oii Ith her They havetilv teamed a word Of English so fur IlIjl she Is tyjglnnlnjHo denstmumd a little French nowPlee- lts Hifl Specifications Show me some tiaras please ant one for my wlfei fYesslr About wlijt priced Vcll at such a price that I can sdy you see that woman with the Hani Is my wife Pearsons Weekly ff r b L thUdre Cy for FIetches 4 i X IThoTuna Itra Have Always Bought nndwhich has beaii in usa for ofj4 s nnlsupervlslon slt1ce its mnn y I4Allow no ono to dccclv yoaln this fsAll Counterfeits Imitations and rastasgood nlraitEXperiments qfInfantsairalnrt Eiecriment What Ig CASTOR i Castotia Is a Lavmliss substitute for Castor OU IPdfi gorlc D ItCOmttalrstsubstance Its ngo is its guarantee It destroys Worms c nnrt allays Pcvcrisliuei It cures I iarilicca and IVlncl tColic It relieves Teotjilnff Troubles cures Cbnktlpatlor Qnd Flatulency ItSjffmi1at s the Food regulates th6Stomach and Bbwelgr giving nealtliy and natural sleep ti Time Childrens Panac i Tuo JJlOtUcrs Firlend GENUUE CAStOAl ALWAY ff 5fi3ears the Signature of W f of v The lUnd 1Mflave AlwaygJjo ght In Use Fot Over 30 Years TKt yaTncCTJ it 7 50 Per Cent BetterJ1I have used less tfian one bottle of Cardul writes Mrs Gertrude Ward of Rushville band am feeling fifty per cent better than when II began king it Before taking Cardui 4 had suffered with female i Irreguiarity4fbut now J am greatly improved and wiU recommend Car dui to all my suffering friends Tke CARDUI The Womans Tonic bythebefoundThese ingredients are what give Cardui its Superiority l1edicineor ytothey have faith in its curative tonic powers because of the thousands of other ladies it has helped Try it today TeanforIII YOU WANT a Better IThat question will be asked you amidst dallv by business men seeking ervjcesifi you qualify take the Dt ughon Training and show ambition to More BACKERS Indorse DRAUGHONS Colleger than indorse allother ut1 ness colleges COMBINED 4SCollege in 18 States International reputat1 nanklnc Tn wrlllnc Prnnaothlp Encllia Sprillnr Irltkmelle lett r Writing lawFUKK axlllary brtnehc posnJONS cadet reasonable condition Bookkeeping Bookkeepers all over the United States say that Draughons New System of Bookkeeping saves them froth 25 to 50 per cent In work and worry Shorthand Practically all U S offi cia cotirf reporters write the System of Shorthan Drau hon Colleges teach Why Because they know it is the fry DRAUGHONS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE NathviUo or Mcinphu or Knoi rillcjTenn Physicians ibLII unilJgeI6eIlcod 4 The latest product cf science 1s VELVP taxaOve Liver Syrup purely vegetabto gentle reliable and otn pleasant aromafk taste Velvo acts on the livens well as on the COnstJpatfODIIAIgest1onlbiliousness YELVO Thaeksrays Fayorit Books tin her iiitrMlutJon iu ihe Udund about Papers In Wie eiiti 8ary tslIhInii- It TliaiIUTiiy IJidy Hftthlc StI1ftkiJ of her fiti irs favorite luniks Thackuray lend an old Mojiialgne which he wiifs kcIt outhf lablj liy his bed He ftiid a si pnil iopy tjll older botmdIiv wliltp vfliiHk on llhybdok 1I lui4ln lila 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