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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7II j EST BL SflED if N1g3- 1TH r llMEW SERiES VOL XIX NO 411 SPINGFIELD W SHINGON I COUNTY KENTUCKY OCTOBER 3 I9f2 L- IIioorcrYEA It t wtJt i t ixiF IS IE NOT AFRAID Mark vi 45960ct 6 tcay Jetujzgpate unto them say good cMgWfr if to sot ofraid tlD i t7 00AXS STUDY shows how Interested people become In anything tpt will relieve them of Xilments which tause to be atBt Paul described It cjreation The crowds to gather wherever Jesus partly for hearing partly from and partly because theMes IIiTHe gave was one of consola He was not forever blaming not Keeping expressing the Law sympathy He weaknesses and encouraging go and slh no more the feeding urged His of disciples the five thOO1 the other side of the Lake He the multitude and went Into of the hills for prayer It that nearly all of the Teachers prayers are brit He wished to mnke long prayers He went r to the father by Himself Undoubt edly this would be a good example for all of His follow I era Long prayers are frequently aIweariness to flesh and are like ly to contain vain repetitions or to be attempts to In tract Ahe Lord 1 f no concerning matcfruidI ten which He understands much bet ter than do His children Walking on the 8eaoJ I The disciples experienced contrary winds In the night they saw what they supposed to be a spirit manlfesta tioa walking on the wat r near their i boat They cried out for all saw It and then they heard a voice saying It a 4Is Wnot afraid Jesus got Into the boat with them and the wind ceased to their amazement for they bad atT jeady forgotten the lesson of the teed Ing of the five thousand with the five Joavei and two fishesrj In addition to seeing In this a further y manifestation of Divine power we i may see n spiritual Je son After the Masters asieuslonr the disciples I were alone In the midst of a con i ptber tiie Masters ability to come to Jhem on the troubled seas and how d His coming brought peara SL Matthew gives an addltlonalfea I ttnre df this Icssgn not recorded by St lIarleHe tellg as that when St Peter learned tiirit It was Jesus who walked npon the sea he requested thepLord to sanction his walking on J wiiteiLto Dim The Lord consentediBiR tibtprLdoubtless he would have been sus talnedj but the Lords rule with HIs people teems to be According to thy l i f faltji be iit unto thee We arc not tqtencourage credulity In ourselves or other but we are to remember thnt Vgtf very precious In tho Lords sig Ih St Peters mse Itwns entirely proper that be should attempt to go to the Lord beitutsp the effort bad been Itt sanctioned Hut when he saw the boisterous waves his fnltli failed and he cried Save or perish How t true It is otall Gods people that i they would like to do some won derfui things to show their faith t In the Lord And bow like St Peters are their experiences They would ut terly fall did not the Lord Interpose forItheir rescue St Peter the TezchableCAJu hhas been said respecting St Pets rashness The criticism Is to some extent JustlQed but the Master loved him greatly on account of his X zenl find energy Although he was the oldest ot the Apostles be was evl dently one of the most teachable otIjthem Of his mistakes he made mirror and thus learning to know II hlniself he was safeguarded through the many dangers natural to his tem1 perament and he stands forth In the iIt Scriptures as one of the noblest of the11 rnusL bn a strain con ApostlesI upon toe Great Teacher andIIfor He was continually exp IInbealingi sick virtue or vl ItromIIIR lIII His lHcinlly cost public IrarhII titmli He nildresswl fulfilled In partt till faying of tile that oucAfu at rrojiliot res permeate tetrt Him II 1CtJlIJI f teaeatolk our eimd bore our ruflrmHifs jXeve tlitleas we ttnci Him ever V about lire FrttUef dullness and ln Ktructlnj all who gave evidence of bo or of bwoniluKv thildrenof God When the slilp rescued shore the pro ple rwopuliwi Him und began to cnrj ryUheHlilc to where JcstiB was Ant wbere oever he entered Into villages jjlles or country they besought Him Imt these might touch It It vere but Ibjf corner of His garment and a aonny as touched Him were made bole Insect Rite Costs Loft A Boston man lost his leg from lhe Jiite fan insect two years before To L vet such calamities front stings ant 1T iitl of Insects use Bucklens Arnica t alve promptly to kill the poison and prevent inflammation swelling an fpain Heala burns bolls Ulcers piles Vfczema cuts bruises Only 25 cents jit Ua don 4 Robertson 4 THJJ1TSEEADERT r The County School Panics Iechool fairs areta be held tins fall in several counties in Ken Lucky In most instances they uettlbe lieldjin conieo ion witb the distribution uf prizes for the boys corn clubs The idea sa goodone and the coun ty school lairs should increase in number With the proper effort a school fair could beheld in every coun ty and would be of great bene fit in increasing interest in eduI cational work both among pu pils of the schools will supply protvidedencouragement These exhibits drawIg to old and young and the county school fair also offers opportu nity for tne display of a variety of the products of youthful industry and ingenuity It is possible tomrrauge a most elabo rate programme of instructing and entertaining features which will appeal strongly to popular support In fact if the superin tendents the teachers the trus tees and the patrons will pro vide the ways and means and hang up the prizes the schoolchildren may be depended upon to supply the material for the fair in abundant quantityI The county school fair no permanentlorganizatiun counties in which the exhibitions Of the present year are notably successful It should be possi blle to iimprove upon the fair from year to year and to make it factor of small power in the progress and development the ural schools In most of tbeJ counties where boys corn clubs were organized last spring the- eports of the progress madei have been favorable The in terest in the corn contests hasI increased noticeably and in all- robability the same will be thet case with the school fairs CourierJournal Another Get By Will Odie was tried intothe olice court Monday on a charge of bringing liquor into local op on territory for another After the jury was sworn and witness es for the Commonwealth testi fied upon motion of the city at orney the court dimissed4be warrantfOn the day before the big cir cus here John Bickett 8rnd Odie wo negroes drove to wet terri tory in a buggy belonging to J L Warr a negro doctor and re turned late at night with 12i gal lons of whiskey Officers Fish burLe and Thurman arrested them on High street and brought buggy liquor and men to station house Odie escaped and was caught a few days ago It seems that Warr lives out Jack sons lane and not in local option territory and frequently sends his buggy to wet territory and it comes back loaded with liquor The buggy passes through Lebanon going and returning IWarr formerly lived in Leban on and was arrested for selling quor but was held not guilty by ft juryLebanon Falcon THE CLOCK OF DEATH lit Was the first Astronomical Tin e p1c Made In England ITbe clock at Hampton court palace its unpleasant title by reason nnrlonepiece wee striking four and that stopped almost before the lust stroke rounded Since that time It 1s said to have repented thhi grisly prdceudlug each time a royal personage within its Jurisdiction died tAt any rate the clock has nu infer cstlng history quite aside from this It wile the first astronomical timepiece made in England being constructed In IMO for Henry V1I1 Thlrty two years ago it was brought out of a Shed where Mn It hud lain neglected for nearly half n century hnd by order Of the then secretary of the ofllce of works It wa re erected In the courtyard opposite I entrance to the strfte apartments There is historical evidence to the fettt that it was built by one Nicholas Cfntzer a German astronomer wh fame to England at the Invitation of Cardinal Wolsey This old timepiece tells the hour the- mOJltlJthe day of the month the no sltipn of the sun and the number days since the beginning of the year the phases of the moos and its age tbq hour at which It crossesthe mend tan sad the time of high water at Loud don bridge The time required to wIu 11f js half an hour every week Th wejisiitf fcrvs Ccfceiit ur i f narpere T CLEANUP AYI Gov McCreary Designates October 8 TinleJ For Re moving Rubbish r Declaring that th3 losses byI fire every year in this country exceed those of auy other civlli i otlthlexercise of ordinary precaution Goy McCceary following up the precedent of he last few years has issued a proclama tion designating October 8 as as Cleanup Day and reque3t jLug all the citizens of Kentucky to clean up rubbish pn their premises place heating appara tus in proper condition and in spect their chimneys In the course of proclamation the Governor says The losses byre in this country of insured and uninsured property total every year more than 200 000 000 and are largely in excess off that of any other civilized nation This is a loss which can ba curtailed by proper precau ion The legislature has enacted laws for the puni hq1entI Of the crime of arson i not always the crime Of arson that produces these losses It JSI frequently carelessness negli gence or the failure to exercise due precaution The losses in Kentucky by fire on which insurance was paid last year were 369210683 the premiums paid tosecure fire insurance last year ware 5272438 57 and hese figures do not begin to cover the unprotected waste by fire The Governor also recommends that instructions be given to the pupils in public and schools concerning thn exercise of care iiin the use of matches and all combustible materials and tbat Ilaborers in factories and other places of industry be duly cau- tionedt on the subject Poor Spelling A Kansas professor tested 417 students from the eighth grade i in the high school and the sophomore class in a college as to thir ability to spell common English Kords The students made an average of only 82and their teachers scored only 95 Then another group composed of 112 high school and college students was tested with words in common use all taken from firth reader Only the aI measure was spelled by all Villian was missed by 92 out of the 112 Ceme ery was missed by 74 excel by 74 lose by 62 privilege by 39 and scissors by 81 until and carefully were misted bv 11 and the word meter by 10 but of the 112 Louisville Times The foregoing is ah illustra Lion oJ the failure of the present day methods of teaching bojs and girls to spell The person who dares to criticize present day methods is calleda moss back Wo confess that nearly every move has been one of im provement but the nev methods ol teaching spelling seem to have had a retrogressive effect ityouit ionally bnpht young men and women stenographers typists bookkeepers reporters for news papers etc but they are poor spellers aud many boy and girl just out of school with adiplom i Ih s found it difficult to IK Id a CoughsI and Coldsj You could not please us bet ter than to ask your doctor 1about Ayers Cherry Pectorals for coughs colds croup bron chitis Thousands of families always keep it in the house physioclan and the experience of I many years Tiave given them great confidence in this standard cough medicine jSold for seventy years Any good doctor will tel you that a medi cine ute Ayers Cherry Pectorzl cannot cordstipated Ask your doctor if lie know I anything better than Ayers PHls for cor resting this sluggishness of the livr Ka4e1JT th JQ AnaQO Lon Jtjii position because the are such pool spellers Boys Ind girlsi 110 and 12 years old who were taught by the goo methods were much better sp lars than1I Ia large per cent oft graduates turued1 out at this duj Let us have a few less Latin1 nd Greet scholars and a few mcp graduates who can spelj orJinary English words OAeisboro In quirer lAdert me t To The Voters of Washing ton Co ntir I take lhs opportumty to an nounce toat I will beJa candidate for the office of Countw Assessor subject to the actiot of Demo cratic party in the pi mary elec lion August 1913 In making this earl announce ment I wish to say tI the people that the seetion of tli fip county tto which I belong fea that they are entitled to areas nable share of the patronage of Khfe county by a geographical pi position to say nothing of the pplitical con nection and that I ith my en tirefamily have always coussi eotiod sly supported the nom nees of onr party I further desire to say that whiIeis some n ght say nature as dealt u kindly with ue in the way of sUtute it has yeen sufficiently ge aerous mentally to enable me o study the value of p opertyt 11d if selected to be the candidatejjl expect tube elected and will discharge the duties of the office in a conscien tious honorable way doing equal duty to the Commonwealth andj JThisJ prst appear ance before the pe pie as a c L1 didute I may fail so he as gra cious as some of tbcld stagery nevertheless my Impulses are pood and gejieioi so dont be backward in coming uJandsav ing how are youirujiningPrank we are all for you Very Truly Yours- F ANI NOEL Boy Bitten y Dog On Sunday whil a number off children were pi ying with a biiddog in the va at the home ofMr P 1 Pu dom Pores Canter 11 years ol was bitten in the rigtit hand jy the dog Whilo it was no thought that the log was mad it to be safei the child was talti Wednesday by his parents Mr and Mrs John Canter to LiI Cisseil mad stone at St Mar The stone didiot stick to th slight wound No trouble is an cipattd for iff the dog had be n nad no poison would likely ha entered the wound as the boy ad on a heavy woolen coat thro gh wnioh the dog bit The dog belong d to Mr Take Barker and ordiu rially is kiuii and gentle Tht boys had found dug on the street and had taken it home and wert hitchiitr it to a wagon The d jj in trying to get away sip d at a young Purdom child a d in rescuing the child young amer received the bite Lebanon Falcon L PUBLI SALE d- tLAJD We will utTer jjreon Ihe prem ised to the hiyluil bidder on Tuesday 01Oftober 8thlj AJ ono oclock pm my fftrlll situate in the Pleasant Run neighborhood 1 containingi 98 ACRES and iis located jAn Lebanon and PleasantRun aliortline turnpike about 8 miles frfoui Lebanon and Th miles from Springfiep It has a large told dwelling house barn doutbuilding never failig water at both Iwith and bait and is within a of both ell prch and school I Ths farm jin good state of cultivation witl plenty oftot bacco land and fine blue grass Terms made known on day of sale Thirty acres of corn will aho be offered ForJjsnle ntsme time tjKL JOHN DEBO t Election Officers At a meeting ot the Hoard of Election Commissioners the following persons vpere selected as election officers for the November 1912Cederickstown Alex Thomp son and Mansfield Crow Judges QsbournMooresville J N1 Hayes and W B Barlow Judges I T J Settles Clerk J W Hayes Sheriff Willisburg W P Cheatbam And John H Gordon Judges Marshal Keeling Clerk Walter r Hale Sheriff Starrling Hungate Judges C C Barnett Clerk C B Graham Sheriff Heridren D W Burns and V7 H Lay Judges R S Warner Clerk Erie Perkins Sheriff Mackville D S Yancey and John T Sweeney Judges Okey Oloyd Clerk Geo Isham Sin riff Potts vi lie Geo W Coca ougher and Sleet Coyle Judge Geo T Mayes Clerk Henry Wilson Sheriff Springfield No 3 FR Neale ad Ed Ooney Judges C A TuckerLSheriff EdeJten and W J Smith JLdges J S Osbourne Cleik Jll Mo TC Sheriff Springfield No 10 J Y udgrsJA B Walker bkrk Robert Montgomery Sheriff pdrI tin CleriC S P Thompson Sheriff Brush Groyp Robert Thomp son aiul William Ryan Judges HIM be I Prather Cltrk EdjI Smother Shtniff Tube 206 trot for 1500 tho second day The Transylvania for 210 trotters June 1 for 5000 the third day llu 3UOO Preefof All Trot the seventh day and tne The October Pnzq another 5000 race for 208 trotters june the eighth day will bring to the L xingkiiI Meeting everv trotter of extreme speed now racing These will include Dudie Archdale 2 H 3Hilly Burke 2 03J Anvil Baden 05f Brace Girdle 2 D5i vJbeeiiey 2 Lit Zuriue 207i Annie Kohl 207ithe Califcinia mare Heen Stiles 2 00 J Mal colm Forbes 208 SuawbdV 2 U7 t anJDany Diners The Lexington Mealing Js aUvays fuil of surprises from the fac that ut this seasou many horses reach their best form and pre- ViouS winners frequently lose form making the result a matter7 of doubt The Transylvan the i championship race of tUe year It is the best known classic on the trotting turf andI needs no comment The October Prize is a newly opened eveutjbn the same plan und the Free or All trot is the stcood of its kindi ut Lexington It is ha d to tell which of the above will eclipse thh others So go to Lexipgton early and stay there until the ineetir g is over IN MAMMOTH tAVE The Dry Fall Outing to Ken tuclcys Great Subteran ean Wonder or 200 Miles Underground Tuesday Oct 15 Arrange for private und se let parties home people and their visitors RiJer low echo grand and cave dry The time to see Mammoth Uaye when a is best Roundtrip railroad fare 875 from Springfield and iiiway stations on rtgular tral Hoteirlj 600 a m Board at Cave from arrival for dinneruntil af ter dinner following day also including the two trips through the cave for 550 Limit o ticketn 10 days Write or phone L N Agent Advertisement TheChoIce Of A Husband is too important a matter fojra woma to be handicapped by weaknesar bddI blood or foul breath Avoid these kit hopes by taking l5r Kings Life Pills New strength fine compaction pti breath cheerful spirits things the win men follow their ile Easy safe sure 25cil iluydon Robertson Jow BETTER ROADS For Tjiis and Neighboring States to be Discussed iI at MammothCave L Commissioner of Pubic Roads R C Terrell Off Kentucky has announced that he will use every effort to bring about a big at tendance of farmers at the two days good roads meeting to eJ 11OctoberIndiana and Tennessee will be representedand from present indications hundreds will be on band Not only willgood roads and how to build thjm be discussed but a round of entertain ment will be provided whJcn will be well worth eojjyihg A bar btci e of the real old fashioned kind will be included Ihe vaue of good roads as a commercial asset to tho firmer is to day recognized in all sec tions JnJian1 has proyeJ this in many instances as has GoI isllwantedmean more valuable farms and better access for the latmer to the mat kets Instructive ana practical talks from represent lives of the director of public roads Wushiugiqn the agricul turai departments of the thre statts interested und various commercial bodies will be made sa will be shown that the g odi roads proposition is of vital in terest to tile farnir firat und t9I otherd later Whit benefits lire farmer ii certain to tJel1 tiLtbL ci ies United States Seuatois representatives in congress governors and state and cbubtyj officers by the dozen have sent j in strong letters approving the character of the meeting Dr lien Bruner of Louisyille former Mayor Churl s Book waiter of Indianapolis Gover nor Ben Hooper of Tennessee Mr Charles U Gilbert of Nash t yule and a dozen others will be heard in course of the meeting Out as before stated it will not be all worjt and no play There will be diversions of a pleasant character Wlen the meeting adjourns is believed a long stgpI will have bean taken toward Cementing the bonds of friendship between the states represented aud u long step taken toward the final acdievement of the best public highwaysi in the United l States to connect and cross Indiana Kentucky and Tennen d see Along the old Louisyille and Nashville pike in Tennessee aimers gladly payl00 per acre on their land for the pur pose of raising a fund to make improvements J H Roney of Cottobtown Term who owns 175 acres has donated 200 a team and gravel J A McC Daniel of Uno Hart County Ky iis doing tine work m bisf section toward bringing about imore hood roads The CauRe The other day a merchant of a nearby town happened to see a farmer receive a box at the de pot and noticed that it was from a mailorder house He also no ticed that tee goods were right in his line and the same he had carried for years He immedi atelv approached the farmerafid- said I could have sold you the article lOU have there for less money than the Chicago florae and save you the freight besides Then why dout you do so asked tthe farmer VI havQ taken the locil paper fora yea and havent seen a line about you selling those or any Other kind of goods This mail order rlhouse sent advertising to me asking for my trade and they got it If you have any bargains why dont you put them in then paper so we n see what they are11 Exchange Notice Notice is given that Peterson nand Spalding have dissolved1 partnoMhipahpuld anyone have claims against said firm they tIJLtj 1itF Kpaldjng 1Ib lir The Billings Trophy IVrldtfChampion and exhibited bein without re muneration for the the pprpose meritsIHorse Breeders Association a magnificent gold cup which will1 be presented to the owner oJhel inIOctober 819 and this prize will probablyo to the horse who wijs Tne Transylvania The Oit ber Prize or the Freefor All Last year it was won by Charley Mitchell 20411 after wh ch the horse ascH4toMr Billings himself Thaunan who owned the winner Jast year is now the owner of B ken one of the grandest race horses the wjrld ever saw and if be idtis this cup two years insuccession it witl be something that fe men4 have accomplished ij the history of racing Weddings in Marion lFrom The Enterprise Miss Annie Pearl Borders and Richard D Stayton were married atSt Augustines church Tues day Rey Father Rahn perform ing the ceremony in the presence of a few friends The brldeiz a daughter of Edward Borders and has been making her hom in this city for a num berdf years Mr Staytcn who formerly lived here is a painter by occupation and for sometim has been employed by ihL N Miss Laura Lee Hagan add Richard C Martin were united in marriage at the home of the brides father in this city Wed nesday evening The ceremony was performed by Rev WJ Loos pastor of the Christian church in the presence of a number friends The bride is th attractive daughter pf Will iam H Bagan and has many friends with whom she is very popular The groom is a barber connected with the McKnigbt shop He is a native of Lincoln county and has been making his home here for several months Miss Sarah Ellen Roller anti Corve Willard young people living in the Gravel Switch section were married ip this city Wednesday The brldeiis a daughter of James Roller and is 18 years of age The groom is 25 years old and a farmer by occupation L Farm For Sate Near Woodlawn la Nelson County 125 acres of good land 1st class improvements On a pike and near a RR Station Terms easy Call onor address E N Fulton Bardslown Ky r IISUBSCRJp7ION LTl9Q4k1R c I i IPiMerSalls25 FL FromKtckyCIjff i f A Lexington KySepl 29 TAB U Buck Powell a painter of Wilmore Jessamine county toppled backward over the steep cliff beside the bridge whfch spans the Ken uc 9River t at the station of High Bridge this afternoon and plunging down a distance of 250 feet was crushed into a shapeless mass upon the rocks at the waters edge There was an excursion to High bridge today and Powell had gone down with a party from Wilmofe He was on the edge of the precipice when ha suddenly fell bapkward Mir struck fet foremost bus fedge about twentvfive feet down and bouncing off turned ver and plunged headforemost tb the ground 250 feet ttejbw Hea survived 1jytwOshiters Mrs 1 Harry Maatinj of Wilmotei and Mrs James Bali of this city and a brother McTyr rf POwell JCincinnati i 5 Advertisement 1Ft 1o VV hat Makr 3 Woman One hundred and twenty poundsmore or leliof tone and muAcle dont make a woman Its a gtaod oundatloo P tiutoit health and strength and she may rule a kingdom But thats just what Electric Bitters give her Thondddsbless them for overcoming fainting and dizzy spells and forms pelling weakness aervputneM back acke and tired listless worn out feell ing Electric Bitters hare done me a world of good writes Elka Pool Depew Okla fandIitlMWe you with all my heart for makfnf web a good medicine Only 6o Gukantd by Havdon t Robertson Jf Mi In BarIkrUCyii In the District Court bftbVUni ted States for the Western District of KentQcky d In Bablcruc In lbs matter of Albtri S mIns aBaukrupth T On this 27ibday ofBlplttwber A D ItI2 o- npetItloojthp coi eri te rupt for discharge ftl 1OD t1T4W 18th day of September A D it is ordered by the coutt tljat a hearing be had npoa tb Ka on the 9th day of NoT cibw A D 1912 before aid coart at Louisville in said duWct at 10 oclock in the fptfaoon or an near thereto as practicable and that notice thereof be publi b d one tlDeiotbe Springfield NewsLeader a newspaper prin ted in said district and that all known creditors and other per sons in interest myppearst said time and place and hjQjt cause it any they have why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted Witness the Honorable Walter Evans Judge of Rid Court aiid the seal thereof at Louisville ia said distnci on the 27th day of September A D1912r AG Itoaald Clerk By Henrj P Gasgits D C r PBLIC SALE l 1 OP Lal1dCropanQ t2ck 3 fLWeon the BlOomfield pike ancr bout If miles east bfjMoorjw f ville on t i SaturdayYJ Oct 5 ii AT 10 OCLOCK ALiIsell to the Jighest bidder our farms These farijHllbe sold in separate tracts Ode tract contains158ffiiWNi with 7 room dweiliog and 16 acre tobacco barz to It L TractNo 2 contains 85 acii more or Jless wUh no im IIAboutltyation Has never falling water 0 PERSON L PROPERTY 18 head of horses and mules 4 work mares lRf41jK 8 family horses 2marcsan4 mule colts by tide 2 two MIN colts and 2 2yearold mules extra nice ByeaiSeW lady broke nd 1 extra nice Syearo1dhreW MaN Ia E4J dr I head of cattle 25 head of ewe and one buck 40 hM 14000 to 17 000 lbs of tobacco ready fee tbmrk abeit 2O bushels of comm In the field 6 taming plows I ewJalivs3J single shovels and O1rHIC wschino S b4rie wagon 1 WNei ton rubber tire buggy wily beiii used atft ti 1 Columbia SUnhop tfifc dr and hanad awl fwaiuuIJ1Mh1SNIS of all kinds Boueolaad kitchen fisTEIU SOn llaw fM itd cub w fM m vi t7sS e On penonaliy ioaUta4 i Ga BENED4CTSINSa ft I OAMPB rA j4rf t t 7I r 4 5 1r 1 I AI i Tflt NEWSL DER q f SPRINGFIELD KV n iAwcij g JOSEPH POUN Editors and Publishere f XMtfxecent homicide trials it has ii been a matter that could not es qape the notice of the public that more men have been ex cused on the ground of having conscientious scruples about in cLing the death penally and diirigvfrotn he character of uitn who have availed themselves or this plea to be excused well wcnid say that there is gruxing J tiwent in Kentucky against s llvj ii diction ofttieueah penuRy t 8LU is probable that In a fewii t ydrs we wlll see iis abolition V TWerej are many who have scru t i plls1l abont inflicting it even if recognizing the fact that Uis the j law and not they who t actii T ere are others who haveno scruples about inflicting itbe cause the law says so yet think that the law is wrong In either event it shows tbat the public lealizetne great responsibility theyassume when they are cal ed upon to irys man for his UteI popularIgrowingamore and more to question the ft right of any body or of the gov temIIientftseU to take the life of another It is now questioned as to whether or not it acts usa U PVnlative of crime Former f ly hangings were public but this has been abandoned as being tooI barbarous spectacle for a civiliz a ved country and the tendency of modern legislation is to makeJl the means of death as painless as possible and we belieye that i the time is near at hand when j capital punishment will be a t Sa ihihibfthe past and llooked t f upoDj ni a relic of barbarism i 1 The suffragettes in Kentucky hvejib dabiKlime in these C t sln which registration is H required as the women have a j right to claim their suffrage in fr school elections In Louisylle i 5there rere quite a larg number firstI415L Rockrun F 1 ThompSnQf Brusbgrove spent last JSunday with her father W J Fowler of this place tf Mist Bertha Hutchinson and LOUiSVillP1iJJ f WaltcrfialeS Mastersaand children of Willtsburgp f spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr Ellas Perkinsr j Mrs Annie Deer and children lr Louis Robert and Nellie and I jMrs Harve Sims visited MV and Mrs Robert Sims of Moores f iVJlle Saturday and Sunday Cecil lerr spent last week with his uncle Robert Sims at t Mooresville 1 Mrs Fred Milbrne of Spring rJ e1i spent last week with bet 4 jfatb rli Mr D C Curtsinger at this placeSiccit j mlandtlcJgnrFri dDerr of Mackvtlle sspent iBRtTharsday with Father JrDerrrHale has Return d farm t lt r t r 1 brown mare years old j bay snare7years od- Jj ei 10years ol8 thule 4r byslde co1ts i colt s horse colI 1 kl nJt horse c01t r I 2 mll cow c tQ wTITha- 8ansflaY r iney Trouble and Never Suspect ft How fo Find bUt Hll a pottle or common glass with OUII ater and let it stand twentyfour asedimcntorscjt tlingindicatesau f unbcalthy con dition of the kidneys if it stains your linen it is kiJ1neytroubp frequent desire to pass it or pain in the back 1sf also ediwincing proot that the kidney and bladder are out of ordet What To Do There is comfort in the knowledge sc i fulfill every wish in curjng rheumatism pain in the back kidneyb liver bladder passageIJt corrects inability to water and scalding pain in passing it or tad rtfects followinf of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant no cessity of being compelled to go of te during the day and to get up uisai times during the night The mild nnd Ute extraordinary effect of SwampRooj is soon realized It stands the highest fur its wonderful cures of the most dis tressing cases If you need a medjtin you should have the best Sold by druggists in fiftycent and onedollar sues You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all about it bo tjisent free by snail Address Dr lalmer Cot Bing harnlon N Y When Homeot SwampRoot writing mention this paper and dont make any mistake but remember the came Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the aaareu Binghamton N 1- to his home at Parish Ill after a pleasant yisit with friends here Mr and Mrs Nat Oldham of Sharpsyille were th2 guests of their daughter Mrs Richard Riley on Wednesday and Thurs dayClifton Fouler and ister Miss EsteTle of Fenwick were the guestsof their father at this place Friday night Ark Sims of Mooresville spent Thursday night with Mo land Derr and family Mr and Mrs C H Perkins Springfield wer the guest of their lather at this place on Saturday and Sunday Jerome Wohne and family of Valley Hill visited Mr and Mrs Sidney Perkins on Monday Born to Mr and Mrs Worley Curtsingeron Sept 22 a daughter Misses Mary and Laura WoudscifSt Louis spent the last ottlie week with their uncles Messrs Gorge and James DivineSWe have finished another monthof school Tbosaon tht roll of honor ariaa follows Hallie Sbewmaker RosarStPl la and Annie Fowler HaZ Coulter Hattie Coulter Gladys Hnderson Vercer Divine Ho m6r Anderson Grace Derr Eliza Perkinsand Stanlev Sdew maker School Notes The first months salary for teachers will be due Saturday October 12 We knew of no reason why it will not beonhand aTlhattime Some of the teach ers have lOt forwarded their reports to this office These reports should be filed promptly at the close of each month There will be a teachers read ing circle organized on the 12th int all the teachers should belong to it and study thf profes sonal side of their work We want all the teacheis to come in person on the above date no as to get some directions for holding pupils examination The time set for some of the teachers associations having ex piredwe shall be gad to have the various VicePresidents ar range programme and serd to this office for publication J I t DISSOLUTION SALE I zlIStockl S n40FlmPlementsii In orderto dissolve partnership we will on the 1of R Montgomery 8mites North of SpringnVhl oh Wiilisburg pike o- nTuesday 11 l October 15 12 I AT 1 OCLOCK rt IselYto the highest bidtertne f PMII aYDareJgvaraold 7 IIma J KlmertSwampRoot r IaI 1 Poland China Male Hog 43 uood ewes 2 good Bucks 1 good h y rake 1 tijpitfjtanlr I60gal kettle 800 bdshels corn 1 zi rioL R L and S JJ MONTGOMERY a 9 w The Teachers if Educai 01111l Division 101 wiil hold their Association at Pxedericktown Saturday October 19tb bf ghIning at 10am The prograjnme has been arranged How nssiga studvanl recite a spelling lesson MISSRS Rginai Rudd and Victoria Osbnrnw Discuss School Agncyiiture Albert MayesI Purposes of Boys Corn Clubs L T OBryan School Furs What Good they do the ptiblie schools Misses Aqnie M Osborne and Maggie Thompson Are the teachers following the course of stud 7 and why should they Miss Flora Vat PJIiValue of educirion Kev Father Pieter jSchoul Jaws SuptJJ W lifush How lo secure rcgutar andI punctual attendance Mr J Thorn son What can the teachers do for Washington county sc1ns Miss Ruth Sutherland What can thfipihon do Mr G W MclntireMtsWiliieFiffg What can the Supprint ndent t and Trustee do Sup BiRh ant Trustee H M A berry Address Prof Goo W Col v in All subjects will be op5n fur discussion and everyone present is invited to take part John H Geohagan V Pros It is desired that all persons who are on progranrae will be present and rspond when called All teachers absent will be ic quired to tac an exira diy J W Bush Co ien TRACING A CRIME Clevpr Detective Work by a Unl versity P 3ssor THE KEEN EYES OF SCIENCE They Detected Blood Where there Were No Apparent traces of It and Found Telltale Finger Marks That Pointed Direct to the CriminaL- I Mine Golan wns the wealthy widcrtv or Jean Howard Cuiau former presl iflt of the Hank of ranee Mine liulan was seventy years old One night site took a train at Fontn toe bleau for Purls Sbe hunt to herself a tiNt class compartment When the train arrived iu Paris the porters found hrr eoiuiuirtmejit unoccupied The door had ben half torn from its hinpes there Wits a great pool of blood on the floor and the jiollce ticked up frum tloop ahnudful of womans hair a torn piece of skirt and a first class railroad ticket ifrotu Fontaliieblenu to Paris smirch ilong the railroad tracks re milted In tin llndlng of Mnie Cuinus boify beside Ibc nuts Just outside lon taluebleau It was greatly niiintrled little farther on ruM found the satche slit Mad carried There were no rings on her lingers nod no money In tier pockets Mine Gulans relatives took the ground that she tied bwii seized with a tiomon ha ei to whirl she was sub Ject had tried to oieu the door of tier compartment to summon aid or to get air that she had her paroxysm wrenched the door open nnd had fallen pft tile train killing herself The io lice were iit satlstiWd with this ex plant iiiti piiileiilarly after Professor iss the fnnioiis Uiusanne nidverslty crlmlnotoKist had Ihlhtlolll that the cut on the womans satchel had hariNIIIIIcompartment which Mm lUimi had occupied After be had llnlshed hU In vesttgnt ion he went to I Lcplne pre fect of IarN and wild to him aip sure that Mine fiiiian wns murdered l11ll am pipiil sure Jhat her murderet was n soldier In the train compartment there were n towel and a Stationary istiiati uid511itrc re no stains upon the ttowel jlde to tin nuked eye Neverthcles we sijecttl1 every square Uih to one of the must dePcn te tests for blond We at iast discovered an area wjilch Jan us tin Kjsitlve react iti for human blood h this tnwe1 tIe murderer oi Mine Iiiinn wiped his htosuly haiiN lie knew that this would evidentf ilial the oltt wfpwian InilnOllllitl her death by act Ident as he wished It lieve and so lie washed the towel thoroughly as he thought ami liuu it up to dry The detection then of this miens Bcopic f1l1lIIIHytlr blood which can lie removed from a fabric only by at Ids revealed to 03 that Mmu Julan met death by the hands of a murderer Itul found another piece of evl dome There wits it you remeioUri a railroad ticket picked up on the hour On Its back Wilt the Imprint of a thumb compared It with that of Mute jiilan was hem thr Itts linage tip enormously on n lantern screen was then struck by the uliar iniciiati in of the1 little rifgts- on tbe Inner snlc of the mark Care ful analysis ot Huso marked ridiWS showisl me Hint this was the Ihuoib of a man who wng actnaily serving us a soltller Ttie frequent drills iwitb curls renult In the pixK ure upon the rldgi s of till finer side of the thumb Tins causes a pwulinr llatUvulng which vli ilile IIlIIhrn microscope when en larged nod is true of no other occnpa lion except ihJt of a soldier As recoiisiruct thin crime thlo sol tier managed to get into Mine Oulanf Compartment lifter till traits bad loft Kontatnebleiiu lie knew that she unu ally curried number of Jewels stud a large sum of money lie tried to rob the old woman ajd meeting with unexpected resistance ought with her In the compartment killing her hii beating hot uedd against tbq register tint then stripped the body 6t Its Jew eis5He thoughtlessly wiped his band upon the tbwcl He know tbat this would be evidence of thef preaenee of some one el cIQ the compartment so be washes the towel with son fnod water but does not know that we can discover Jrtbod even when it is only to the amount tif one one thousandth mil = itT 4t 5X M FOR SALE IIIIAbout 150 Acr s Situated ab it m miles from Fairfield Nelson county on a good 5public road There is about T0 acres of good tobacco landon this farm after ing cleared There is some fine white oak tirnber ard i-other tirnbe uitable for building purposes A good pond and good + spring itt go portion of the fencng is wov n wire with black locust post Thor about 60 acres suitable to go in COIl and tqbacco next year balance cleared land sown in grass 1hore is no buildings on this farmnis I plenty of timbr for building purposes Fgr particulars call on I c S I E B WELLS or HARRY WELLS 1FairfieldI Ky GT ON IILIOTO 8 TO 19 GREATEST CONTESTS THE- WORLDS BEST TRACK KENIUCKY Tb Hp B ASSOCIATIONS2i nii KITY TTESDAY OCT 8 Iaoon THE WALNUT HAL1 II IVKDXESDAY OCT 0 S 5000 THE ItXSYIXI a TIIUILSDAY OCT 10 3 SOOO THE TASTLETOX CUV MONDAY OCT 14 onoo CHA rioNSim STALIOY MONDAY OCT14 t 0000 TIlE XTOBER 1MI1K WKDNESDAY OCT 10 A BIG STAKE EVERY DAY 1iell rs Prize Band of America One Fare4 FurtWInTI= AUTOLOADING RIFLEI with iT of itsooCbcltiraanone xnscom fPLII nut b neaa fortSNor annoyances I ejectinginsteadij t pull and release the trigger Yctr sctiswy open ripYouclogs achshot strics a one ton blow Sirore action fin1 pb takedown f nJ for a moli nirirtiire hc explaining Sminff oit yitiaJnii tks bij points Fleming onUMC Metallic Ciirtridg rorjlT die highest v iocity v lhlttKo ill h 1CU ladein all caulros Lr Ll11- 1tnk1 RmiTgfOflL1 s c Li i the arm rjjfTtf to te Li clct sI t manufactm os riiriLc RomingIoLCrlsc soV ccmjiiijoa h5 aah1entintlon Amllnii j r HriJr Co c hroetiv Gly o L= PP sit h11p iS hhr lS I sr isst ItI sI t l1i tsiiIIe II ri d o lift Ii 5Cet tVlist 11 vi II1f1k1 Thlt w rush nkH OstIl LOll tti Isii Itll tiiuil Ulin tie ni with hlm of niMttn worih m thins Itro- sCra 9t1t- Ia 4III a u irjd do coo thII pd sir UII V5L flhuefl oil jiry Mtv toir Vli5 uiear tilt lli er diy wlji lru liii sit sajmIsii omrdsts lit ir QUidt what txvrlxc IIV HIIIclu Judge- He Ha hopes tit nv iis1tig forr nald Hie iiller to tin di er who ttg Ilk k log at his lolaii t h h with hU fork Vliy uiy wife ul till to bring lltr- homeI uIoii pijirt tiiittous Ire only fouud wo so ar watf the n upotsbYoikeui SI ten mull Loading tionjfI1C If rotild j ue wlssI what would it tw onlvlP IInlyII pose brought up fho wishing sub jcct Hoston Trans Ipt 5Very Ob Irving MujiKlnsI Ihve women are inurie oltscrvJiiK tKii injen Iiusgha Welt ray wife nietllltt rh nt10n the street today for tV5lt irtlnutos BUll It tier two hours n doscrttw iitat the xithof wownId on Phllndel piila RecordiiE No Taste Fr Them notice Uuityoll 4IIwisys liavw hex at the horse show re you a Itfvbr hrres dear si r stris t egtta- rtsji CI1eo hint Ilerad bAll the advantages of the big game arm U Sime Symptoms TIioI jiir rtvrlry by zilgilt the itIis imre ji log a i5srtli istY had mt hl with th tl5i5il tissllil lnvi That MikPH the 5SlJ ij Iiisl niri 1tt Bit 5555754ia Irll1l1iy t5iiis lk lwllilll Wiil rstiii lihi- eflln ssiirnamsl VSutsr4 that Wlit va555 v ii ills 1t win hails lY ys suIsa Crit Mr i child Vlifs the tcrV di txlifve YU Ios u smukinj VilJi fHl allMk ili hel Tint that lIla K niliid nn tnuliiiy If itx nut wliit faihrrs biHij siiiciiig nliiuit nust lt iu 5 Jonlundoll AJisuirs The Noble British Game At local fflatcb tin Url of live son 110111twii trldt hlsln r the stone wallinj tM tni 1IIIs and n hour trfti ail lijlh im uf hw- 11j hllt ti III Ilivi il Al li hue Sf Iheiu uture by amisimiii dan ilo idss satiric a hit tint vtr nnlx n iniltid in run Itriiie iheir riitue fioin lit vIryYl055llturY followetl a luu fntii tin lo al liitVlu wl hut lsen liiii iti iilly waiting fur kiu Kri ji yertt id lliill Ke p xerei1- hi ltot1hit yer clt bluoiiilrrci less 0shHI liev to wake the wwrerl Loudoo Tit Bits Ethels Climax Iittle Ktliel jJbnd tutii hroh ht with n firm jinnd nnl was nlwny tan flu to report oiisdinsK promptly Hie afternoon she cause sobbing 1111 LonEly to h1rUlothlr Mother II broke n brick Iu the flrejilate Well It might be worse tint hor on earth did yo do It Ethel ponodtHl It with your watch Uorper8 BazsrSInteresting CHats Where nro you going for the mer Im goingsto board with some peg pffe out in Kllznueth township ayIsy do you go there To be rank bcvausu It Is cheap And bow do you pass thu timer Oh thorp re rnme other guwts- Wo alltuft anmtid ajid cspluhi why SM tired ottvwprt IHlabur b tost Vulparl Mm TlnHfa Tlny nT ant Hra Ni ilrllt i iaeiiuiflhlnZ olon Ilfuln1r r drIiY ofJkHp So tniiosiI l lltoan tin fIf m1te4t 1It j- jLiiTIILT TripEiliJQ tNr 4 I We i1ave Just t ed I I The Newest Models iin ManTailored Coat Suits in Diagonal Cheviots Scotch I Mixtures and Mens Series in brown t Inavy gray and novelty mixtures rang inginpricesfromii v i I I10T35 OO j q Also in Juveniles and Serges and Scotch Mixtures size 14 15 16 and 17at 1250l to 2000 These iare all BischoPs suits which insures ttlt1 W be right I16 a theseaII runningham DunClrif10 I m 0 efiJa 41 tre1 1M rD cs WHY THE FOOTBALL SQUAD LAUGHED Professors Kind Meaning Was Oddly Expressed Those who vere there when tills in1 agoI8upcrlnIwas yice prjnci of the Central high school in 1000 or thereabout atid the athletic move uient had led to the formation of a football squad The ambitious wero fed to e of the study hails on u IrlI diy inoon where Profesor Cain1 ck ldressed them as follows Iurn glad to see you boys here and pleased to notice that you are taking an interest in athletics I think tIs a tltie thing to be interested in henlthful ports Football will give you conti deuce and your schooling should be designed to give you confidence Vo need boys and men of confidence inI this country In fact I want to make contidehce nicn out of all of you perhaps the genial professjr Is won doling to this day why the football iwpiad broke Into loud laughter Kan as City Journal sod In Texas IPo who looks after a pore of tthe SwepiMn interests In Texas was Uothereil by Thefts of wood from the Spur range He sent Al SUllIvan vowboy to ciststi the thieves XVlthln- i few days Al dronulit out in an nester dirty and YaLired with his toes out his chiMs and a tuft of hair lisit log throrKh the crown of his hnt SIilissit fte like iendinu3si1 fjiiiiil Jones Nit OUlhJ to IS piniisliid Si vel lake a ptioU gr pr f for n gallery The human stvrri ov promtscd com plete reform iniil they stood him up and took his lilt AtMtu viek later still In his vusgi stout with another seveu dajs dusi upnn huts he tn 411OxldI the nitiborV IsI 5hal ran Islss Mr yoni Jone mIii 1 okliii iif t nfo1lhphem piiture in snd to my klnfolks e1lulllr Mlfltlllill cartlc jakas t1ht1worldAmerica Java 11IIl1tl Asia lhlr1 IIThe lands nust free from earthquakes are Abloa ttralfa ItiiRsin Siliqriu Scandinavia tmada As u rule where enrthiuak are mo t frequent they are also the nirst severe HutI to this general statement there are oxIvi loris ludlnn sliiekx hough numerous tHlnfttlI very disastrous Loss of life ltowfvrr In many cases depends on deusltv of population rath er thnn vn tilt iiiieuSUy of tilt earth iiiovemeiit New York American Her Secret SorroSMrs AVhiflley Impresses me as one who haul bomeiliiim in her jiast life to ivi1e her iinhp never can ookJ1t her u ittis lit fiilistf that she Is the Uarer of nt ret Horrtiw of sonic kltst 5tVull se is Site fold me once that iJe oiiid nivpr Li tuttle happy again i e si used tie the wife of a M who hitir in tod another woman with whomlo npprired to be living in n state of bliss rhieago HecordHer DId oy me nrst mss sprier wIn recognized tho toni lung Itself We find him olnssins ier It sut words an ay window UiliveiiiMl tn t lilis ter busigota i5lS ise churl coax eohltler cur domlnetr eyesore lhrt1Iit n9nt foundUng fuss gag mallngen messmate tton Hlunip sham niseal trip RnLI Velp Walt tint the next antislang purist usesone of these words and then con mind him by reference to Grose London riironlrle c Thankful For His Escape Its useless to urgu me to iMry you When sny uu menu no Iwisysr Ilutnrflblj ever break your de termination when once you make up your mlud Absolutely nothing Well wouldnt ckre to marry a glrl like lthat anytsowilostoti Tran script NOW jouuny saiutne unener an the mettnlng er she had csplalned the word wish you would write Kctitence containing the word dQfeat whlrh lasted for nbout- twcnty lAfter a struggle nnnonncod minutes Johnny r hat he was ready to be heard Please the teacher rected rend your composition When you git shoes dats too tile Johnny read ifflAhnrd on do tcctChlcago 1tecojrstId n Dissolution Salf CHc = F jfin tivSt ck t Ir MJohnOn Thursday Ont ber tQQj AT100CLO R AM tsllet 9 fGr nsIc tso the lmiljest and bst bicd wjthqut jhsiIve otr bIJIdue fb0ttit1g LiveStock VIZl j ltt l Day mare arid mule colt6ycarsoil Lilly mare send mule colt jezrollFi- mty l mare and horse colt yearSroW Brown mare in foaltp Jack 12year6kl Sorrel mare in foal to Jack lyearsoW Bay horSe by Moko Pearl 3ytfars old feood worker and safe ftft ledyto drive Bay horse by SUnshine 0 sold good worker and sai fot lady to drive Horse by Cul John rI 2years old ftlare by Bouncing Connaught 2years old 2 lnar bYJo Poitri y JsryurlIngIiyt 5jn B1 JO mare mules ipre 2ypa lpJF 4 hor9 jnjilaejrI11t 2ylgarsjiold 2 yfarlirfgorse mulos 32 tieiUljfMriing Steers 44 weanling crfnro8 i white ShWtltorn eWtndalf roan Shorthorn cowand calf 2 Jersey CQWS and roan cow ant eb 40 head of bogs weigh about 136 Iba 7 sows anti piAA v Lunch at 12 m v No By BiddingofanySort TERMS 10aritftondorcSslls6vorS0 a ere ituf6tnontbs will he given Nt s boaringti ptr5 cent interestfromlaereqsiridf ijeAR EYp- PUBLISA1E 7 i I= L2OIP- N1 iJLVEiSTOOKJ GRVIN jHousehold Furniture Etc 4i IRiivinjr llOeidPtttoqltit farming onaceointofm7adttitlicedage i will selICo t tle lsi45istt stIder my farm west of SringfleldonQifjtiwrights creek jota Orphans anti LeA Hamiltons farm on f Wii iVednesday i O toj9i2AT IDii OCLOCK AM I The fdlowiog Por lMUl Prwperty vw ihid if Horses consitinz of4 No Rre d Mares 2 pan of Sorrell norsIint r old Fjllusu I aged Work Wute 1yr 1I1hand Mule 2 yearlIng mules yearlingrShorthorn Bu su jectW register 4 No1 brood Sows ajot of Shoats SS head 1If Nxl heep of thap Ire white fac d Southpown sKHiu Corn 69 bu Kye bu ii heat 50 bu Oiutt2i tons No 3aley IJay aTIaxStacksilStons huedstr bindo 2 mow b 2 Disc Harrows 2 Broafcity Plows A Harrow Plows and other Farmfne Mpl ments 2 Blackboards Sil Spring Wagon Jp horse Wagon harness 2 wheel ann cart d lC y HOUSEIIOL8 AND KITCHEN FURNITURE U1NXER CN THE 3RQUND NOSOftfcOF BYBlDWNG rERTyis ii aiwI uiRIrdMk dver flU uh a erHtottwelvemorjJsvith i per Cut Mritera t frorii date Ntitlmguod stcttrtty i r J A TUCKERS i1 CTIffL ut neerIi 7 r 5 5 7 d 3 e r t H fr UN5e11 Der5tt J 1 KNDYs LAAAWtr 1 cJLIwI rjpv DR JG T BURTON 1RfiSrt5Et DENTIST t All frork Guaranteed riIHONE1O2R i ir f siiexthigan Block upstairs 4 SPJu G FIELD ly I Itt t tt 4 PR TO 11 UtD 4Pystoiij a aud Sargeon- OfiicQ hours B t09 amj 1 to 2 pmt Offices over Hay dons JDrtigstor iJ WFGRIGSBY AflORNEYATLAW-Office over Peoples BanK SPRINGFIELD KY p DMW HYATT r7 Office over Red Cross Drug t Store Office hours HyattlO30 Am to 12 m 4 to 5 pm t J Mg WILLIAMS I Notary Public WILLISBURG KY Depositions a Specialty JOHNYMAYEStti t A1LICEHSED EMBULMEB TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT 74 it fSPR GFIELD KYJ D1t Wof TRUSTY l PRACTICAL t DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber Ijt Pental work reasonable prices f Alt work guaranteed SPRINJGPIELD KY fJ VcdDY IN A BOQKSTffRE Queer El perianco In an Attempt to jIBuy a fizrs Work A vbrrcHKnii iii of the Glasgow Her old coutribuU tin following amusing account ofiii iittcniit to buyvn1rnre vbouk Ihi hlsntorrtt of the BrcttUfnSt Table CmY1 UVudtH Holmes men tops a curkmV kNIt called Thinks iIiY PqjJJjjpeirasJjjinvlHK bten wrltteu und tpl1fI1shIM d in Iswl by a person ofC q nUt about iltu tienlnnin of the last century Fotut Unw ago mons Lhunibr of tcoullmnfl books exposed bfor sale outsflili1 a shop In Glasgow ndUced one lii fiojrant but faded bind tTug It was Thinks to Myself in two thin volnuii s The first sentence li took yftIIry 1 was born of very 4 rtny honestt and respectable patents wi at least I thhik so I went Into the shop with the vol j umes and asked the old man of the terlor What Is the value of theseInI f He turned them over carelessly and1 said These are of no use to me j theyre Just so uiuch waste paper of This struck me as an original way ot as Belling books nod I ffnively responded Very wIIbow rriuoh for thorn thcnr i Three hapence h said Per vol umeT I asked Fotlie two he plied whereupon I put the books Into my pocket and handed him the money VHelooked at me wondcrlngly and In o Qubed Wherl dkI you Jt tIit1ne Outside at the door Why he 4i gasped I thought you were selling them 5 h MOSLHUMNOF BIRDS Not Only In Talking but In Eating the Parrot Imtates Man w 1 1It Is not only lir Jmltntlug human 11i 4 speech that the parrot esiels most of ftbetiblrds The pnrrot Is alone among trrds in taking food Its claws With these two characteristics it mulcs more orlOc use of thai whlch distiimulslu humanity from tin rest of till aiiluiul tt kingdom tlio liitnd null to larynx The monkey u its lunids niul thv iirloIeiu food flodents flnt scrvttiuble toe Still the l nnotlIs preeniincut atnoim 4birds in this regard The secretary Is said to attack rcptUea with Its t claws anti some observers have salo Aki 1 that owls make partial use of their re 114irinlily tlorlble porchhifr toe twuiey Avhat mor thou doeHii hen hiWfjUch lug for toed Howexer therb Is no tr other bird which when glveii a piece of food wil accept It in Its cla vs zPnrrols of course d6 not talk as we use Ute word in Iweir wild sjtate and are not known to be Imitative of neighboring sounds nor to the repertory of the mocking bird It Is therefore a questIon whether or not ithetr uKeof Jhe claws Is largely laTh taUve also The ahHjK of the parrots beak would Indicate that some assjst- ance In eating has alwiiyw beeu a nwrt jfof t1iehiisIi characteristics tyLikel iman the pacrot makes lIs ni pearanceln tworId iimikt1 Dnll help Ies3Harper8 Weekly j p i Ooieauof Information BtrangerCan you tell me where I j wllrflnd your bureau of vital statls tics Farmer Brownf kin she you the village dfessmrtkers address She t knows the age of every woman In J t t oV LlfeJ Jt f ii t The Inevitable t Thee Is no good ln9rrgplqg with the Inevitable The only argument avail ablif with an ent wind to put on your overeoLtIuIoI Unuscli Lrvcll W ii rjii iUUOO iiI TOWN I uWVW WJ WW a Local Happenings or Interea f Tile Freshest and Latest 1 Il AIlAbout Yourself Friends hif Acquaintances IM =tWon SALE Two good 2j ear Bucks 1Pat Tobin FOR SALi3Wngni and set of ctyable harness yanfC L Bgady Springfield Ky R B 3 bas for sale 150 bushels ofWhile Seed rye The salbof Mr C L Price last Saturday was well attended ard everything sold well 1inQtt1fallMiss Ellen Wathen Mr R C Bohlitt has sold his house and lot on Covington avenue to MrI J Tucker Mr W J Rie7has soJ farm near Litsey to Mrs hisI Ba 1Mrpurjchasedher house and lot on East Mam Street iiWe haudleal fill line of Feeds Corn Oats Bran Ha M classes Feed l Uoal Salt and ul kinds or seeds Bf D JAKE lOIThe County Court dinner given by the ladies of the Christian Church was well patronized and a handsome sum realized FOR SiNice Dwelling on High Street uear Catholic Church Hat rooms rind hall located on 1 acre lot Apply toI T For J R Montgomery FARMERS Come in and see our Timothy Seed best on the market They are cheap Get our price R D LAKE Co i Those vho desire to get in louch with the newest and most correct styles in fall and vinter millinery shuuld inspect our line of tailored and untrimmed hatsI Wathen 1LOST During the Springfield fair gold locket and chain Finder will return to this office and receive reward We show the styles that willI instantly attract you Tile latiest novelties in feathers veils IIetc Mourning goods a specialty Mrs W jamsl Now iis the time to commence lobed your hens to get winter eggs Try Chicken Chawder and you will be sure to gtt eggs tliftwinteriBD LAKE Co Rev Fred Brown has jut closed avery biucGssful meeting at the Splingth 11 Baptist church There Was iou d attendance t eich meeting and quite a number of additions i For Sale or tent nice house and lot of about acre of ground onthe M ckvillo pike at the intersection of High strett just outide tjwu limits John W Lewis The Sacrament of The Lords Supper will be administered at the Presbyieribn church noxt Sabbath morning at the Ievcn oclock service Preparatory services Friday night and Saturday morning Men from Boyle couny havo been here in the past few days rece ving Wahhigtou county cattle Quite a number were hrougli town veslerday and are TOP IDS II- f5 lo W rim V MANNING DENTIST SPRINGFIELD KY Offices over McElroy Shaders grocery Phone 284R Hours 8 to 12 llo4 tine looking animals It looks as if the cattle indusry in the county is on the improve We rejoice to note this fact as it is an important industry that has been neglected in tne county foi several years past IIFOR SALE One 2yearolu high grade short horn bull R W Clements LosTOn tile strees of Springfield n bunch or keys lindel will tE ave at this office and receive leVald Get your coalbeforel wntlj makes your road bad Its cheap Remember we give 80 Ibs for aI bushel as we have always done anti load your wigoii wititj fork o LAKK Co Mrria u license was issued this week to Stanley Cheatlianj and Miss Effie Ggff The bride is daughter of Mr John Golf and the groom is a hustling young farmer of the Wllisburg neighborhood Rev T JA Wade has ben P iurnad to Srjringtield to he tilt pastor of the Methodist hurch lot another year Rev Wade has now been here for one y ar and is pjpSlar not only with h s lId but the general pubic uJwell Keiidrick S inrus shao ai d siigitly wound d RJSCO Nail last Saturday Although differ gnt reports have been circuaiedL it seems that the boys were fool ing with the gun and Simuis ar cidently shot the X any by TLe wound was only slight and Nally seems to be alright Rev Jas William Lowber is g ving a series of non sectarian tiecturfs at the Christian church this weeic and his ife has been tiying readings each night The subjtct of the Jectur i tonight The Destiny of the American Republic rouiorrow night is The Marriage Problem or who ShOUld marry The Hone UiviIizttioji Sunday night The Gambling Mania of Iodrn Scciely Large crowds attend each meeting1 Mrs Lowbers readier uleblghI ly iuitructivQ anl intertstiug Rev Lowner by his lectures manifests dep Itarning and thorough scholarship Fiscal Court Tuesday Was ihe iirsti day of tile regular October term off the Fiscal Court Judge B Ei6it sey being absent because ef ness Theiritiinbersi piesent in accordance witu th law clected one oi their jhumuor to preside Esquire Nlmrod Hendren was elected The court immediately adjourned until Oct 2wlleh the rogultr business will be transacted FootBall Louisville put it all over our boys in afpit ball game played at LJu svile las Saurdiv The ouys ft hero in grrat glee and tlteusuai number of rooters went wi hem to do the shouting ind lHip hem bear the victory i s1twwiw-L 1 FRESH OYSTERSI i il AND CELERY i i i L 11 lRECEIVED DAILY AT iF I S Ii BENEDETTI CO 5 ii I r rF ESf CiPIES4W14Ys oy HAND I W I1I4 c css r Fail Opening Nevsj fall fashions in I dres clusijre and effects formal Jor exII will 13e on display Friday and Saturday Oct 4 5 ITRENS ic butwhenattosof the game the Lotiisvilte fellows had gotten 33 scores arid our boys had still to make a beginning it was seen that the shouting was a small matter t seeozs that our boys have to ijet a genuine good drubbing before they get to playing right It Vcs so in baseball last bpn jg and boys heres hoping th t you may do better the neXt time ti Seeks Damages Mr J SauUji has by his lUorneys John Lewis and W C McChord iaedtne Guru berland Telephone Telegraph Co for 1510 djirnagps He Alleges that on theiiight of April 1912 while the otophone Company was dog business in Wasbington cuuny and had its exchanges therin his four infant children were ill with measles Hid that he hadt telephone in liis residence as had Dr Reed rhotnpsotj at jfcicltville Ky tie alleges that out the above night one of hisIi hildren deyel Dped unfavorabli symtoins timid tbathe called Dr Thompson who advised wiI him over the telephone and tftt they had an arrangement al later Lie says that the ch Id continued to grow wOlse aid t at both he and the doctor tmitd o get into cOrn munication with each otiier but that the ccmpa ys agents in the exchange fai jJ to respond vnd taat they Jrd thus unable Ui get into comftunicatjon with AL Guy enter d SPECIAL PATTERNS EACH WEEK I and display the best new models design tailored picture hat ijtw suits style hip tOU are invited ii each other and lit ln thus deprived of ai hIlly iciais serv Ices until clock this not moriiiag and Irit the disease had so far ixdancGd time that tIc sician un to check II its progress and the child diedj Stockholders Meeting regular tnnual meeting of th storliliLifl of the Vvash lug on Cwunt Tubttcctt Ware hoiso Ct j vIl be Held It- tIle thco 61r4 IK cotnpany at 2 PI1 Saturdu October 5 llOlil for the pur xsu of electing HOardof ors und the trun snctron off sue utili r business ai may proper before the meeting C MlChlrd Setty Card f Thanks We wish to lli iU friend for the man acts of kind the i mess and death of dauglitel1ss Lou B ouer Mrand Mf W looker Fine IPfiftme For Sale r rI sirt sell privately home tllijj Willtibu g nad Has 10oMKS ML UONNKic j Strayed tm farm near vviclr xfbit sOW vejghing aboui 2JU pt iiuds Owner have same jy paving for this vertisem t and for pasturage j W B Jeffries Fat n For Sale r Near Weodlawn in Nelson County IiJRb off good land 1st class iinfbrovements on a pjke jind near a R R Station Terms eag Call on or E N Fqflm Bardstown Ky PE SON L ivlcCllordspentjMonday Mrs Fanny Blandfordhas re tturned from Louisville and Cin cinnati Mrs Annie McElroy and daughter Miss Annie and MisSNi- Nellie Simms Sarah and Eunice jONati are in Louisville Mr H M Grundy spent daSju Louisville SunI Mrs Jenkins and torCincnaatiI visit to her parents here Miss Jennie Leachman is via ting Mrs Wells at TaykiM yule Mrs G G Gilbert of Shelby yule is visiting her sister Mrs W II Leachman Mr arid Mrs C L Price aj d takolchargeHaven They took wth them the bestwishes ot all Mrs J C Mndd entertained at 00 yesterday Mrs JWLeis wit tainat card s tijia afte nOun at 2 oc ock Mr Forrest Cusick who 11 been spending the summer here taxing photographs returned to Louisville Monday Mr IJ P McChord has re ti from Louisville MilliameARRANGEMENTS FOR I OPENING OCTOBER 4th 5th O will be seasons E Iusioe in and large Our are in theyare of superior fit anti rkman respectfully to call and f ect was by that was able The rs mi Dire uotue iur iIS during our K di my on fen one may ad acres address 1 as rod finish Mri lee Comstock wimtiiml son itf Darlow Kanas visited his but hel Mr W TI Comstoct here las week Mrs Mary Goatley and dtugh tem of Louisville were the weekend guefcs of Mrs W T Corn stocks Rev P F thmiessy has re turned from Baltimore Miss Eleanor Duncan has just ret i rned from Louisville Mr and Mrs J C McElroy lueIFstplJ A ttoul ware and L 0 McCariv are attending the Sate LJankeiis Association in Lo Jbviile Mr Gy Whnrton is spend ing tile week inMorcer county Mise2larie and Louise Bar ber arc in L tumvihe Mr G D Duncan has returnrd from Cincinnati Mr and Mrs Jeale Boblitt hayu returned from Indianapolis Mhss Louise Ha nilton is viit ingher sister Mrs JJUllrbor Mr Churlny Roberts has rp turned to Colorado after a visit lo Ins pirents her MIS WH McCauley and son are at the Walton hotel u Malt Carriers WillPIy This is a age of great discoveries Progress rides an the nir Soon we may see Uncle Sumimail carriers flying in directions transporting mall Peo Iall take a wonderful interest in a dis y that benefits them Thats why Dr Kings New Discovery for Coughs Colds and other throat and lung diseases is the most popular medi in America It cured me of drcadfuIeaugli writes Mrs J FI rDavis Stickney Corner Meufter doctors treatment and all pther remedies had failed Excellent fortougha colds or any bronchial affection Price and l0u Trial Bottle free a RobertsoniAdvcftisement One Minute Oough Cure For Covgfcs Colds and Croup tIIf I T1 1 lI JUST RECEIVED 1 IIil ilBi andt iceLotlJ 1 I JITslII 1 f I Prices Will SURELY PLBASIL UIIWe have also received llarge assortment of Mens and Childrens I RAIN COATS f a selection4alybeforet m CUT PRICE SALE illI Of all summer goods still going on and will c iuE 1st Come and get some Of these graALWAYS GLAD TO SHOW YOU T IItilSept ROBERTSON eLWBROttCO tharI iNCORPORATD jI e 1 ttiB p rmamaGEHI 1 I BUYYOURCOALi f 1 I III 1I Beginning August 1st 1912 we will fill IYour Coal House with High Grade TENNESSEE COAL at II t5c per bushel on Oar or tOo d i idiII- II 80 lbsll0 the bushel II I I McCLURE 8 MAYi 11 I1HECOAL DEALERS rI=1 oI LPleasant Grove Judge B L Litsey anti wife are on the sick list Mr Frank Borders of Louis viile is visiting friends at this piaceSMiss Frances Liaoy iis visiting Miss Jennie Leachmnn atSpring ticldLMr IP R Neale and wife 01 Soruigtield spent several days last week with their grand daughter Mrs Charles Litse J S Yankey and A L Litsey are in Louisville on business Mrs Will liardiuo Lorett is visiting her daughter Mrs Charles Markbberry Mrs Lillian Settles is the guest of friends at Willisburg Mrs Torn Baker and Mrs Hugh Leacliman spent Wediies day with Mrs GilbVt Donahue at Valley Liii Miss Della Ray Gregory ipinit Sunday afternoon with Mrs J S Leachman Mr Dee Edgertoo and wile spent the week cud fih his ncle John Jafces near Mbars yule V Mesdames Frank Martinj Hat ry Shultz Carlisle Olellaud and Sallie West spent Tuesday with Mrs L4M Gregory CASTORIIA For Infants and Children ThO Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the sjy 3fy 3Blgiiatxire of wfe TS f Reliablandd GoipreliensiYeTeleBlione SSeryicee j Is necessary to conduct successfully a business enterprise The number land Telephone and Telegraph Company gives you a Universareervid e that is local connections with all citizens In your town and Long Distonco con nections to allUJUtafdeimportdnt cities and towng You get exoctly what you pav for Call our Manager for further information t iTjie demand iis not fur cheap telephonejservree but for refiabl and comprehensive tfile iillbOnS service1 i1 CUM ETiERX1kCOMPANYIncorporated i i IIJ F DAN BOLI1 J E DANNEHOU Jr GE6TWYMAN Prts andTre is VicpEresident J Secretary liT r Ii Main Street Tobacco Warehouse GoJ Ico1uoIATEi I s f J MAIN STREET HOUSE 1 7 4LjDRPENDEST DANNENHOLq CO1Proprirs a LV Math StraetbeU 9th and 10th tOU lviLIE KY 55H S Storage Four Months FreeofChwe iiBe1t DallyBestS Made Mark Your IjEBff8heausMiiAiN STROOIIOUSEii I PhaventVrO 1 M the Main Stree jifenou Qomp3nY 1 W t4- = Ir N11TIMt ilfSouth Botin undt1 0 5N54iU1 i6 42 No44 No 0 i SuaiSIJtiivllI t30pmnj1Zma1u pm 2Om Ilanlst6wi Jct 32 J n 7t30 4 iJg 0 I Bardstoyn j IW6t3 4l5t 3u 7Mfa Spriugfteld Ji a OO4I11130 TIQ Ikf Ni Ar JAr iLte Lye Lye 7 tt f 1 I B rI A V T a r I t l I t J r ASTUPID x LAjlYER p V D ARKW1UCHT I arwat Is calle a shyster Jaw- rt 7 r fefisVt ky ftitet riM klflMf tosiy fMMto It y tatej Wbea I 0nutMtd fresa the law school my saMttoa Ws to be sos ky chief iMtiMiitffhi United IkatM IB tw J Wtiaflpy NM7tOCCptth4t fftMndsfelp ntH I flUID the 5 civrtocor a fair practice And I mm a alter 1 km the mean 1soN i lAjgt aikyrter 1 devote my I tiitttoi Mfkaratlac those whom God has JM d tocetktr nOt the higher Jut tk Www classe have secured a4lvoecforafeeot5 oay a young couple eametomy jeeeU pet divided Their ages were the aiv Blaeteen the girl eighteen t He were a threadbare coat that Indl 4 eam he was or had been a street car isdsrMr Lawyer he sale I snppoM It ee es a tot to get a divorce We had lsett eec faraltore to raise the mon P T Bit we got 950 for it Here It isMe ef eed a pocketbook and took it Ire 1rt1 tea dollar blue JIb wt steed by looUac ipce a young ittonb1r I aiked BeehlMffaa to talk at omce eachI aWsisc iha eter to a disconnected 4 way I tanht at bch as 1 could ofj lifcfc afcrjiftJ but was aMble to ghee u sllchtest cause for divorce jf fresa either Tfcartl IJ 4S 4ep I said YOU address 0 tae tt Mveeaad have treated your wW afieeaiiably And you to the wife have done a number of th1DpI ye wealaatt tare done had you been t etter aad more experienced In order- tasecttre a divorce lor you you mustI let I1torleiaJl1 theJ grsmis lor an acttoa on either side afe Yery weak You must throw off tats aatagralsaa long enough to form with BM a plan for aeparaUon I shallx h MIll ter about an hour and menu wiDel wish 701 to sit down on that Ma ai ry steW and try to get back w tiBfiiy whea you were courting ftteje5tt9i the int kiss the putting wt titiieeagagenient ring I see on tha wwi nger Then the wedding taM aU thai If you keep thinking Sabeat these things till I get through si s ether cases we can all actllpgeth t er for a divorce II 1They did as 1 told them to do but task seats as far apart as possible and at lest It looked as though nothing waM be gained They sat thus both belt upright for awhile but I kept an eye on them and saw that they were trying to keep their minds on what I asAfeiHcaied In about half an hour j9 I grid np some papers and wentI la fhmolher room When I returned 1rl1alf the distance between them had beta eliminated Encouraged 1 hun- tedfirapaper1 t had Jeft on my table and Vent out again When I returned the e1wtplne away tears The husband Judging from his expression t was endeavoring to steel selIMsjaist a reconciliation rI left the room again telling that 1 woufdL return in about forty iQtetrwhia I should expect tbemI JI t jabitloi net of enough a1 work together and with me to secure the divorce 9 fear I said to the hnsband that you who are the more at fault in this matter than your wife are nourishing the bitterness In you and will spoil it all i1 With thin made another trip and- wasgone an hour Then returning I stood at door lJateu1Dg1 I heard Vhelinabsld saying that it had been all his fault and the wife saying that it had been all her fault and the were calling each other dearie andg sweetheart and a lot of other pet- Barnes I entered the room suddenly utfoomd them locked In each others arsul Well l I said Ire come to a stop plajf place in Other business and an sow ready foryon two They arose from the sofa and the hm Bandeaidtneyd been talking the sBtte OTa and If I didntvmlnd theI toeetttJi 4l o Jx tboOk pay ms tirmaVxe I asked for taking up my Kite Mt 1 told him iljere would be 5 ne charge I asked him It he couldnt put the money back into his furniture aad he said he thought tie could AtI lIf amyriifaThe would try Before they left BM I made them ipromlse that if lttieycluiBf their minds and should lI ii conclude after all ta secure a divorce t they would give me the job Thin they prnmieed disappointment Jo do as some compensationII for my tJee employed already for they were top atnpld to see through the hue that had prevented a permanent breach be tWHa them 4 vMtahartfon fouUr Lawyer to ex pectyou were going to get a good fee Mdtben not get it but youd ought 4 I aVeseeI that a makeup ln order telft divorce was the same aa making up regttTar last so my boy I replied If i j ioeie back here again for a dl fvtorce I wont be so tarnation stupid They never came back for a divorce t but one day a speroulooktnryonog JsaB anie into my office and asked If X remembered him I said I did not r ud he told me that I was the lawyer wibe kftd encbred myself out of a fcy mot moving quick enough Be- dded that my stupidity bad been a I sjedaead to Mm and he wanted me to eease sjsd diae with him and his wife a 1 weat aad saw a happy family L I r r Ii AJI I femTGift Br EWCE G SUMMERS ML s Martindale looking over the morning paper remarked to tier moth er Dear sae 101 am to be marriedl Listen to this The wedding between Bchnyler Van Horn and Helen Martin dale will tie place on the 16th lost at- jSt Jasus church chuyler Van- j Horn IBI to get a husband with AII aristocratic name nnTway 4WIthio many people in the world said Jirs Martthdaje to find names t for Its a wonder there are not a doa t en Helen Martindales and as runny IIld1JsII scanning the society columns thus turning to the advertisement of fin gene Nevertheless tho odd announcement of the forthcoming marriage of one of t her own name affected her A certain Dick Owens and she had been what I- anilagclled spoons for SQme titne and she thought how would she feel If she saw matrimonial announcement with the name Owens substituted for Van Horn There was nd indisposition on the part of Mr Owens to see his name In print linked with that of Miss Martin t dale nor was Miss Martindale herself so indisposed There was however a barrier betWeen them in the person l of a certain Martin Wynkoop who had t made aireQtdeal of money out of a patent medicine and whose suit was favored by Miss Martindales father It was the old story of wealth and alii wealth can accomplish ngalnsjt to say alllDIcomBut since this Mr Wynkoop was short fat bald and homely and Dick Owens was tall slender cnrly headed and handsome Miss Martindale who Will to4 young to look far into the fu tore infinitely preferred the latter It was her father who with the UlUalc matteroffactness of age and expertI ence stood in the way of loves young dreamVIt was 5 oclockIn the afternoon Mr Martindale had come back home from ness and was sitting In the library looking at the evening paper The doorbell rang and an express package was handed In and receipted for It was a square parcel about big enough to hold easily a large sized ap pie addressed to Miss Martindale The butler carried It to her room and plac ed it upon a table jjpfore her She looked at the flddres and wondered what the package contained then took up a pair of scissors to cut the string when she heard a faint ticking She took the thing up and carried it down into the library Father she said some one I know not who has sent me a package and I can hear a ticking Drop ttrIThe package fell from Miss Martin dales hands on to the floor where it motionless Mr Martindale made Ilar for the door and selling his daughters arm as he passed drugged her with him out of the room not stop ping till be had put a wall between them and the package What do yoo think it tar asked BelenIAn infernal machine of course Who could have senlttr Your name on It Is a blind It was Intended for me There are several reasons why certain persons whose de mands have Ignored might send meI such n thing Are you sure you beard It ticking Certain Go and telephone for the policeV At that moment there was another ring at the doorbell and who should appear but Mr Dick Owens I Oh Dlckl called Helen Hurry past the library Theres an Infernal machine In there Somebody dont know who sent It to me Mr Owens stood a few moment wboInaked It be might see the thing Without waiting for a reply he walk ed Into the library looked at the pack age lying on the floor picked It up and put It to his ear He smiled Beln something of a mechanic he knew that the ticking was too delicate for an Infernal machine It was probably a watch He carefully opened it and found that It was ft watch a ladys watch and with it was a visiting card with the names of Mr and Mrs Joseph B Ward persona of whom he had never beard Belen had told him of the wedding announcement and be Infer red at once that was a wedding gift Intended for the other Miss Mar tundaleVAn Idea popped Into Mr OwenV bead He would make Rome capital with Mr Martindale urn take the thing home with meT he called and disarrange the clock work Dontl cried Helen In agony Youll be blown sky hlghl called Mr Martindale XevprfheleBS Dick went out with the box and In halt an hour a telephone message came Have opene the box and the your contents escape I congratulate removedI By Jover exclaimed Mr Martin dale What a man that pick Owens hrVAnd be forthwith withdrew his Jections to Mr Otvcox a soninlaw Mr Owon forwarded the wedding gift to Its proper destination L 4 OMANS TRIALSTfrlirfeii a weaaa Us to carry thresh life are many but they ea be tUi she will term to Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription A soothing end iIIM4lb yU MniMMdaiq nervous excitability prostration hvtterw not iM MM thay symptom which may be caused by strusing ills peculiar W rr these drgjlngdowa pains Ot thstress and for the iersnje 4 sd img Uriiiii the U Favorite fretcriptt- tesMs hat had many thousand of j J tram jteaele living la every part of America Another Important sVm s MHf7ia that this medicine is made from eScient medicinal root wistewt JS we el alcohol mucotict or any injuribut afeati Full list of in redir eMs Ihrea ea ketdewrspper and sworn to by Dr R V Piercewho is President ef the Invalids Hitt and Surgical Institute at Butalo N Y Every woman is invited to write tb this InstItuteS sad receive confidential and sound medical advice eatirely without cot from one who makes the diseases of women specialty especIl1yTourJiaa M M MOBRIOL of llluff CityTonn Eouto 2 DurIng the put seven years 1 suffered from pains IA the hack and ovarlefTrIOd many roraodlea hat found Aonly transient relief bUt Itras persuaded by a friend to try Dr Pierces yorIte Prescription Aftergiving this reme4y a fair trial I found that it would do just what It is ended to da I used In nil sorai bottles I cannot speak too highly of Dr Pierces remedlfie for all female derangements Pr 1UVs PI aaiaf P li t rQclUrN Il VVVV FUR THE CHILDREN The Katydids b katydids they do it all tbt time But mother says Its Very Impollt contradict they aTwfcys always do 1 hear them sUit disputing every night It must be pleuant for the grasshoppers To listen to the quafrel all night longV Im glad I know what Is poUts and nIce To contradict rude and very wrong Why dont the beetles tell them or the nt1 I have to atop my ears to drown tholr noteVOh dont take pattern from the katydid All you good llttl girls and Utile boys t Swimming Hole TagIFor boys who can swim and dive the game of in and out tag adds new Joys even to the unspeakable bliss of the old swimming hole The Ideal place for such a game Is a deep creek tram ten to twenty feet wide with banks two or three Tfeet above the water and a heavy plank stretching from bank to bank at one end of the swim ming poot- Suppose a boy chases you If you are clever you run across the plank and along the bank of the creek If your pursuer starts to cross the plankIyou walt until be nearly bank you are on then take a dive and In one movement sbullowI again on the other side of the creek If he dives in to follow you dive while he Is under water When bevcomea up he will find you squatting on the op posite ba- The game demands quick thinking and clean diving swimming running and dodging Sometimes a boy barely two feet in advance of his pursuer will dive across a pool spring upon the op posit bank just In time to escape be log tagged turn like n hash dive over the headof the boy In the water nud be on the shore from which be started before the other fellow can turnaround Diving and turning under water so as to return to the original diving place are other tricks by which this eating Youths aquatic Companion sport can be InterI A Russian Fable What an ado every one is making to be sure How wanting In man ners observed a stone to the worm close by One wouldthlnk that It never rained before Have tlu g ness to look Iry U delighted with ILu They have loul for It quietly aiixwered the worm A couple hours of ralu will 4lo much to refresh the earthThey should rather wake a fuss of me said the stone Modest and un assuming lie quietly where am thrown I have lain about for centu ries and yet have never beard as much as a thank you It Is not without reason that the world Is reviled cannot see a grain of justice In IfCeasel exclaimed the worm Cease your complaint This shower has been brief but brief as has been Its stay It has abundantly watered the fields and made the fruits and vegetables the better The farmers hopes are revived But youwhat have you ever done for mankind You lie on the ground a useless weight The world owes you no thanks PROFITABLE DAILY TITHING Daily Heavenly Manna This little book In having the largest circulation of any of Its kind and Is conceded nj Christians everywhere to be the most helpful If Christian allow the rush and crush of selfish ambition to deprive them of their dully portion of heaven ly food they muIt not be surprised It they grow spiritually leaner day by day and If the peace of God gives place In their hearts to the discontent which Is growing In the world notwithstanding the multiplication our omforta and priIIfJesiDally Uearhily Manna contains n cot Section of S rlpiure texts with appro priate quotations for every day In theI rear Surely the little tithe of time lully spent In partnlclng of Its morseja if heavenly counsel cannot full to profit all who partake It published to do good not for profit Your Friend Birth Dates An autograph nud birthday record feature In tbll book Is n great conveni ence Opposite tenth day of the year ire blank linos upon which you anI ecure tile autographs of your friends and be reminded of their birthdays IIthey occur ThU makes the book more valuable yearly In ten years you would not sell It for ten dollars Besides It h11 place for Birth Rec rds Marriage lonllllu41 Death Rec ords Also It has n table showing the day of the week ofiTUnte fur one hundred and tiny years Printedon t11 writing paper blue cloth handxjuie Price 35 cents postpaid Imltatliiu nlllrntor skln gold edges 1lll pistpald Order now IIIIble and Tnt tIItly Ukfcs Str Brooklyn N l Intimate Frleutl Youre doing yo nwii cooking now are you Beryl Young Bride Yfer exclusively my owu Beverly or takes his meals at rextaiiruutChlcaco Tribune Its Object We girls have formed an antl klsslng club youngIAn Indication ot5guIWhat uiakes you think bels post fuyr I uinremtand he has come to tbl con elusion that golf Is n One gumeDe volt Free PrpHn JoAnothr Convnince have ttought myself an openwork batIHow nice dear You can talk so much better through It Baltimore AmerltunIIve a kitchenette In my flat Whats Ute feature of your JonesIA cellnrette And of yours Smith lve got n suffragette In mineEr- hange Hdln a Street Car She Pardon We sir for walking on your feetVHe Oh dont mention it I walk on them myself you know Boston Thin script Very FrleiidTben10u had a satisfactory season Theatrical MnnnperJVcry Two of our most antagonistic critics died Judge THE GRAND PRC IOTER- BMdAI Copyright Associated Ut erirt Press Major Crofootghiud promoter and general organizer 4 Id debt shirker was a little late lu relit lug his office Be had mounted the stair in lila usual cautious way and decided that the coast was clear ji hen be got a surprise The cobble to whom be bad been owing 2 fort twoor three years was not only waltk ig at the door but his state of niInijwas such that be saluted bemajor tflth Py goUy but J ielet you vhas run avuuy und dont n ffer come back any more Can this be my tar old friend Was sermnn exclaim the major as be extended his bund Good lands but where have you men for tho last yearT but been hun Ing for your was the blunt reply ou owe me 2 uud I hat ruqmy legs ff almost to git dot money If you vhc In your office vben opeuIyou morning und we stj all settle cop or batI some tlghtsl Fights fights pjy dear Mr Was serman dont get cited Come right Into my office and well talk it over Ive bad a check Ij lug pn iny desk for you for the last sis months dont waut Scme talk mlt you said the cobbler Ul he refused a chair shall take my 2 und go right avbay hope and trus you wont gently replied the promot r as be backed up to the rusty coal st ve to get cold In the old days when was hard up and had few friends yodid some work for me and you diet no demand the ready cash In fact you trusted to my lion or reposed confide Ce In my financial integrity It Is e of tbe thugs love to remember You said you wi uld pay me in two days prutesltd lie cobbler as his bristle continued t stnnd up If tliil tilt fa t has slipped my mind it is only a trilling detail bow vr Mr Wasseri an presume you have beard1 of lliejj rent change lu my financial condition You havenot con gratulated uie but ou will as soon as your oxilteinent In last told you dun want some talk replied tile cuhblt us lit began to doubt himself you a reech now you can y your old Tls true my lit r friend dtbtllII can pay 1000 rt every cent and the feting in i placid one You come Up bert tbls ruing to collect an old nmmut of J iuuse1 tile major and you lIud no II ppldon of the Rood luck awaiting yoii ASold friend dont bnve a of lalut away when announce tilt fact Wiat you have teen appoint trcariiirec of tin Hnlversal Gout Itaisln ruuii liy wblgh has just been Incorporated tvith a capital of 5000000 Vlilll yon pay dot 2T interrupt ed the oohhirr us ie reuchiHl for the majors com clllll1 1IJwill suavely replied the major There Is 2 ciunlin to yon repair Ing my shoes As reasurer of till U G It C JOIi lIlIn tile Iondof 11I leant rOlOl It it iht give you some trouble to do no an as you are an old friend of mine pi jpose to extend the glad hand lu IIIh1hrd1 will re duce the bond to lie tiitlinu sun of 2 and Unit square ttilt lebt Lt you think youl have line to hunt up a suitlit ufll e nxiri s this afternoouV You had better cm e In aid let me go over to the hunk vlth you anvUuw Hetvafter you will pay by cbevk von kuou It will alsd lie well for you to get dome new lot1tlus soou us you can thluk all think Cud vhcre vluis nv JJV lemanded the cobbler as a lu ip gathered In tils throat I cXIeptIsexes aud nil colors By golly lint vl it a mans vbnt a dodger dont pc ief he gifs me my money pellet b tries to be some deadbeats contlD1itdIthe major as he s pped on the cob biers toes to iron him toward the door yon might quire around und see It you can a si rtnlu If there lire any long tailed go to be found lu the country If th re are It would be well for its to mix Ic lung tailed and the short tailed top her for scenic ef PIlIt am iifahl iKOOaj bobtalled goats paMiirlnj lu ohe grelit lioneL would lack varietal Will you make rppurtialwiiit t IIi my J2 was elmoiiteVAnd have beet told Mr Wasser wan thnt violet lured goats were bad tempered and t elr milk bud been known to give c lldreu fits You neednt nu tlniiJ ivtr them IB golly by golly gasped the credo Itor as he leaned ag Inst the door cal lug You might see tlj Janitor as you go down believe hej wna taken on here because he knew a about goats If be hnsnt a grouch he may give you d lot of pointers Always Inquire of tit janitor Mr W sermon What jplliggVIel have to go may be robbed mole VelIgoodbyVV IlItI the othe clattered down iilrs the major ci tied the door and Ihou wllalwredrToor man Wliat could he hUH IHW with 2 Hogging ff CornIWhere nrrnngeiuetftH cnn be made to suchIweek or ten days will often v ay to hog off corn rnthei than to gather It uud feed It to the ho KsperliuentH hnvef shown this meth od to be economics when condltlous are such ns to prcv it waste of com und when labor Is i in to get It will often greatly slinplllv the busy farmers problenii To gett the bestt results poy beaus or cowpefl should be plant ed with the corn or ele the hogs should hue the run of a tligume pasture as eldItheinureNo owner can that is made his farm stackV jMorsvsA only two or three times n dnyoiJnpt to drink too Aiuch at out time l I KEEPING FOOD WITHOUT ICE Refrigerator That Wilt Do the Work May Be Operated for Corn paratlvdy Uttlt rkeep butter and milk cool take a iiox 12 Inches deep 14 inches long and 24 inches wide make a door secured by two hinges and a hasp tack two or three thicknesses of burlap on the outside making allowance for the door after setting tha box On end set on the top a deep vessel filled with water and in the basin put strips ofV burlap or woolen goods about three Inches in width and of sufficient length to reach well down thb sides of the box Secure the strips to the bottom of the basin by a weight shelves may be placed In the box theWindIpass resulting from the rapid evaporation of the water reduces the temperature within the box The hotter it is side and the harder the winds blow the cooler it will be inside the box as long as the pan is kept full of water PROPER PLACING OF PIANO Decided Difference In Tone Will isFound if Simple Precautions Are Preserved The proper placing of an upright piano In a room of moderate size is to turn It at right angles to the side ker1boardplayer Then stand a table if possible an oldfashioned mahogany one with folding leaf which cap be turned up against the back of the pano There must of course he some drapery to cover the unpolished back of the piano A piece of goodlooking tip estry brocaded silk embroidered crepe or even of cretonne draped loosely over the top and back but not laid In set folds would be suitable On the table stand a plant a bit of pottery a brass candlestick or pos sibly a lamp From a musical standpoint the piano is placed in the best position for the notes are free Instead of miifl fled Paper or Tint The choice between papered and tinted walls is largely a matter of personal taste according to the Indies Home Journal A plain tint In a good color is always In good taste but there are of course more varied ef fects to be bad from paper Two toned papers In Inconspicuous figures or stripes or merely a mottlad surface giving the appearance of tie tex turn material are cbarmlncl Th ONV1 3H1 NI B3H8ICJ 3XllJOAVd OF THE THISTL Broths and Soups Seem to Be Espe daily Favored For Stewed Ox tall Just How to Brander a Steak The following recipes come from a Scotch housewife who says they are favorites In the land of the thistle her own family having used them for many years Scotch housewives take special pride In the preparation of wholesome broths and soups one of the famous ones being cockle leokle Any fowl teuch tender youthful or middle aged may be used but If one does not possess a fowl beef may take Its place though the dish will not be so delicate In flavor For four quarts of soup use two or three pounds of meat eight or nine large leeks and pepper and salt to taste Wash the leeks thoroughly and If they are old scald them for a few minutes In boiling water Take off the roots and part of the heads and qut them Into pieces of about an Inch in length Put the meat and halt of the leeks Into the pot and allow these to simmer gentlyfor about half an hour add the torIthree or even four hours Skim carefully and season to taste with salt and pepperVFor stewed oxtail cut the tall at the Ijoints discarding one or two pieces at the extreme points Put them Into a stewpan with just enough water to beginsIto boll remove the scum on top and add a sliced onion and two carrots After covering let the meat simmer gently for two and a half hours Melt an ounce of butter Ina little pan sUr ndIsome of the strained liquid from the tenta tablespoonful of catsup bro1iVnringtails which should be arranged with I1tIonce Ifo broil or In Scotch parlance to a steak In Scotch style veryIbright A little salt sprinkled over the flre wilt branIof suet This prevents the steak from sticking Cut the skin that lies along the edge of the steak In several places and flatten slightly with a roll Ing pin Lay It on the gridiron and turn it every half minute with steaK tongs With a double gridiron It Is of course unnecessary to use the tongs but in shifting the meat about whllo on the gridiron steak tongs are useful and not as familiar as they should be among American housewives who too often use a fork for the purpose A fork should never be put Into the meat while it is cooking Have ready a very hot dish and when the steak has been turned for ten minutes lift It up and slip It on the hot dish Put oh a cover and set it into a Dutch oven Let it stand for ten minutes Lacking OIWifeOI and turned for lIve minutes more Serve on a hot platter after spreading lightly with butter Americans as they like their Steaks rare will select a very thick steak if they deslr- 5Qok to 1Jn cotcylL rVwF F zstrSELFFEE- DERSHEEP I IIIMANGER Material Entering Into Cdnatructlon Can be Found on Almost Any FarmDevice Is Handy tbuti feeder mangerWhenmanger It serves about every purpose says a writer In the Breeders Gazette The material that enters into its construction can be found on almost every farm and for that reason its cost of construction Is very low Two byfours and oneinch boards are all that are needed The demands are A SelfFeeding Sheep Manger very different from those of the or dinary type that require new material to properly construct them These mangers have no bottoms and for that reason are light and easy to handle They are of fairly large ca vertIsheep and for tha man who sometimes wishes to keep a little hay before his sheep while the pasture Is short They can be put in cOrner and out of the way in a manner that cannot be done with the ordinary fromtmow they are much easier to hit than the common kind as they are far wider at the top In length we raually make them about eight feet is we have more boards of that ength around than of any other The dimension are Corner posts 2x4 In les cut on a slapt bottofn cut 18 inches long and top cut 27 Inches long open space 9 Inches wide total width 42 Inches total height 54 inches total length 8 feet INDIVIDUAL HOUSE FOR HOGS Improved Shelter for Swine Should he Built as Closely as Possible Good Dimensions IFor twenty years the A style of dividual bouse has been In use We were well satisfied with them until we saw a neighbor using something that we liked better Then we were anxious for some of the old ones to go to pieces so we could build a few trialtwe and liked toIojftstyledIones and make them go as fairas they will In building the new ones The most satisfactory dimensions are as follows Six feet square two and onehalf feet high at the back and bye and onehalf feet at font The front always to the south The creep door 18 Inches wide add two feet high cut In east end six Inches frpm the southeast corner The llarger door 18 Inches wide and four and onehalf feet high cut in south side at east corner Should be built of the best matched lumber battened or tongued and grooved of best quality If metal Is used for the roof It should be laid aver paper or felt of some kind to Improved Hog House prevent moisture forming qn the un der side of the roof which keeps the door wet IIt should be built as dose as pos ilblel The only ventilation and sun shine needed can be had at the doors When the weather Is too cold for safe farrowing a lantern con be hung to a rnftjer on tho high side with a short h rdle across the doors There is no need of craw fishing to get awayfrom an angry sowJohu M Jamison In American Swineherd IHClass Ewes Best Why not buy a couple of highclass ewes t A few years hence you will be able to ghcour boy a nice little flock of ewes In the meanwhile TIlls inK your own rains soiling the surplus to your neighbors doing a little mis slonary work and they cost no more to raise than the kind that are just Msheep7 Strong Tastes and Palates Fifteenth century Englishmen sol dom used either milk or butter They used great Quantities of spices how ever ip their food and apparently did not care for the more delicate fla vors that Suit modern palates It Is pointed out by a writer that storage eggs and renovated butter would have had a ready market with thorn t Two TurkeyRaising States Texas raises more turkeys lhan any other stateperhaps because turkeys require plenty of room for range and Texas surely can give them that Little Rhode Island however Is said to produce the la e number of big turkeys sorao of them weighing 40 pounds and worth 40 cents for ovefy pound i you have tried to fashion a gOT rnment on the lines of the American republic Wes replied the Chinese phllos opher but up to the present tIme we havent been able toteet much beyond the Fourth of Ju faccidentaw VVVVVVr rVVVI rII r Children Cry for FItchrsV beeInm it signature el l has been made under his per 44ran supervision since Its infancy 6dsAllutExperimentsthohealtkoIlnfants What is CASTORiACastorla ISA harmless substitute for Castor Oil Parergone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opinni Morphine Jfor other Uarcotio WormsVWindconcnnd Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulate tho sleepTheGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS e Signature ofIaC 1 The EM Yqu Have Always BoughiV In Use For Over 30 Years Ita rmCCT If e Hippy 1 Happy the girl or woman who has never suffered iron any of the diseases ot womanhood Orif she has been a wonderfulbenfitsCardui is a gentle tonic remedy for womens ailments JIt jis a natural medicine safe harmless purely vegetable Ithasyou ICARDUI TAKES Mrs Mary Neely of Denver Tenn says I think there is no tonic on earth ias good as Cardul I used it with the very best results I had backache and everything a woman could suffer with until I took CarduL Now I feel better than II have for two years 1 shall always recommend Cardul to other suffering women I cant praise it too highly As a medicine for weak tired wornout women Cardui is safeand reliable Try it today a That question will be asked you 8ifl1OStdAfly by business men seeking your services if yott qunliCytnke the Dranghon Xminingand show ambition to rise More BANKERS indorse DRALTGHONS Colleges than indorse all other bus nets colleges COMBINED 48 Colleges in 18 States International imputation itri =Bookkeeping Bookkeepers all over the UnitedStates pay that Draughona New System pf Bookkeeping saves them from 25 to 30 per cent in work and worry Shorthand Practically all U S offi cia court retXMters write the System of Shorthan Drdughon Colleges teach Why Because they know it is the best or or XioxvlII 14 1 Prune JellyIHalf a box of oneprunes cup lemon water Soak the gelatine In aI little cold water Cook the prunes un ill soft In rather more water than cover them then take oSit the and to the liquid add theV gelatin sugar juice of lemon and hot wateri enough to make one quart of liquid let It come to a Boll after which strain Remove the stones of the prtmqs cut fruit Jnto places put it into the liquid and heat after which put into a mold To be eaten with whipped Egg Paste The white of a raw egg la the most satisfactory of pastes Papers used for covering down jam will hold se c rely and be quite airtight if brushed over on the Inside with white of egg White of egg Is also useful for mend ing glass or china ornaments but of course It will not stand water Still It Is not always necessary that a co ment should do this and whlt90f egg has the merit of being quite imper ceptible when dry Canker Remedy Take of burnt alum one teaspoonful tho same of burnt borax put lna dish or bowl With one teacupful of white sugar the same ol boiling water grate nutmeg into this and let cool bottle and shake before using Dose give ono asp onul three times daily Tape for Hamt The of tape for hems for eifl drens y4ltes Wber they are Closea makes apery neat flnlsluLas there are no bulging double edges and itmakes the yoke stronger where the hookt nA WomaniTorilc 1heVV InearlyV OiatlsoouforSpeclallnsfructlons YOU WANT Better JOBf 1 LeUerWIWHtFRKHoStvclT Tlzousanth oaneeas ten bookkeepers and stenographers areV holding good positions as the result ot taking Draughons Home Study CATALOGUE For Vpdon lessons rIBY MAIL write JNO FDJ1Au oNt President Nashville Tenn For etcat alogue on course A TCOLLEGEt write DRAUGHONS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE Nashville Memphis TanorPadncahKyerZvaasvIN Physicians Advise unc1I6eswfood gcnUeIYELl crellmMaI1THI11k LAXATIVE lr LIVER SYflliP L lilac rImeV 1Jrtwigs from the lilac husk at once in tot water aterkeep them In fresh water In a sunny window the twigs nHr soon turn green and show leaf long before the bushes outside are evla in bud The spice bush will do bet ter yet for Ita twigs will bloom IX fwftfer if kept In A sunny window Slight PvtisunderstandlngV JiJnrSure not His hired girls ckaa I was taquirin afther her But hes am Imrollta divlL Hows tnafcr jjV1 flows your milkmaid As he fooiceil mad an says Thats a thrs4 secret Kansas Gity journal t She Needta Beau Says a woman In her new book T bate all men I loathe their habits I imply turn torn all their pl asur Witt a shudder I cannot tolerali Ufsaa in guise of either lover huabtod or friend Aside from that however were all right arent we Philadtl pbia fliquirer tJ On VMay Have Home In the Air th analogy of the houseboat s Manchester inventor has devised aVflying machine that can be converted fInto a twostory cottage and made U serve the iisaVofa home for thji avi Jitor tI IVAu patch of hither aal Involving a ages fixed by one judge at 4ti5 been fought through six coprts it land finally leaching the court ot a 4 petiV