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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 ESTABLISHED 1N1883 Y I MIEW 8mESVOL XIX NO 41 4I SPINGFIELD WA8HINGON Ii COUNTY KENTUCKY OCTOBER 10 I912 TirTKr ri ibt ze OOPS WORD NOT MANS Mark vH 113Oct 13 For k XlitfdoM cf God it notyMal a irink luf rgkounw and ptac awl ay t lcoV i w tL MI 4 0c0b age keep carefully the Divine Law andJ f even boasting ot faithfulness in 4 respect aad gradually gotten away t from God4 Word and become follow ers of hnraaa traditioo And surely the same is tree sf Christians today The Bible is the recognised Authority but each deoralaaUoa of Christians rhasIts own theory its own prooftexts its own catechism When the Bible is read the gioss of the accepted creedis before the mind and veils It Jhns It ta that with Bible la our band Christians are divided late six hundred different sects with very r little prospect of t coming together be IiI cause each one inp sists upon using his 4 own creedal Iipeit tnclea in the study of the Bible If truly Wise would not an Chris tians cat aside and 1 destroy these creed J spectacles which have so long sept rated us glrea false coloring te various 141ll1J passages of Gods Word and confused our minds in general Would it not tIJ be following Heavenly counsel and Heavenly wisdom to take a different course and to begin a study of the Wordof God afresh in the light which shines from one page upon another Eating With Unwashed Hand In this lesson Phariseesinqnlred wby the followers of Jesus were not Instructed along the lines of the Tal mudto be very careful to always wash their hands before eating as a religious duty Answering the Pharisees on theseS points Jesus said to them You the holy people mentioned by isaiah the Prophet saying This peOple seek with their Ups but their heart far from Me But In vain do ye worship Me teaching for doctrines the commandments of men Jesus gave them an exhmpteof how they neglected the Divine command inents while givIng so much attention to ceremonial washings commanded not of God but of the Talmud The Mosaic Law commanded that father and motherhould be honored and that fie that spoke evil of either should be put to death But this command had I been changed by the Talmud and any f man stlght be free from his parents by himself and substance rto Get a J JId9uKUBei Raving done so j treritlTi to the Talmud he was flfelJ tram all obligations to his parents Tbns they had made Gods direct commandment null and void Sthis was the conflict between the teachings of Jesus and of the Iharl sees Both claimed holiness and strict j bsrTa ce of the Divine Law buf J Jesus IteULto the Word of God and roe jected tteTalmnd the traditions of the ElderiijMd the PJuirlneea neglect ed thWeed of nod and held to jthe traditions bat JisCbrlaOnnH 1tolngwhich Is able to make us wise Let us search the Scriptures dally and critically and abandon everything whlch cibnfllctR herewith Wljt laOda Kingdom 4Our test Is frequeatly misunderstood to meao aat Gods Kingdom consists In rlgnteonsaess and jzteeand joy In tlie Hojy SpJrlL The context shows Sthat this i entirely a wrOng thought Jc jIIn mind what we have already feeea respecting the Kingdom mentteaei In the Bible that It Is the fht Btacenlg Inhtr Y itanee glorious reign of Messiah for a thou sand leat8forthen- pllft or the human family and that during that reign the Church will be OBsooIated with Jesus in Ills KIng- dom glory power and honor The Mill of this Gospel Age Is to select this Bride class and to devetoD 1i4e jlthent and make them meet for the memo bffrshlp In the Rttdy of Christ were nut required to conform IliPthwIvro to ithe rteinaiirtj of the Jpnlxli Uiw Iur intan f Jew imiioaiing to the U w inltthr nut tlsb unit hail no iiiIi iMtiikerel elt neitner inlcht he eat rntiliir nieat nor mrk nnl In u Tiirletjr Ql other vrtm riP VII re trnlne ninl HiiiltHl In his ejitlns ann Irinkliitt Itiit Ii Iuilltl lhie restnilntx npply lo Chili thins who hnre rump fnuii iiiitotiKNi tin Centlle nnd who never have lievn miller the ijiw oven nt Trnnnfonn wl hy tilL renewlus fit their uiliulx Uu y Imve collie o uiiriHtate and love rluitcou nod truth Thpue thlnc they jiriw Itiid niS siMSlally the prtv f tin Holy Spirit fellowship with the 1 allxwuoo I4Ol U the firlrlleffp uf every member ut tnt embryo Kingdom lnuisepT tbe i riinnh whkbig the Hody of Christ Insect Mil Costs Lei 1 A Boston innnlost Ws leg from the 1 bite of an iBMct two years before To avert soch ealaatties from stings and Ilte3of insects UM UddeR Arnica tiey Salve pfomptly to kill the poison aed prevent aMwmM vi swelling and pala Ha4s beM1beli ulcers piles CMM cutS Inrists Only 25 cents at Hayden k KottrtMo A t r j 1 T T- 3k7MB NI3WS=IJ3ADER i b Interpretation tethMe ceyefMitlljif Tobacco Howe Nearly Finished Mr Frant Yaqkey has a large force of men working on the large loose leaf warehous for the Manon County Leaf Warehouse Co which will be finished NovembelI II packing room at each end and lth plenty of sky lights Marion county growers will dswell to bold their tobacco for the J home market and help build up tneirown couuty Lebanon Falcon Tho Grigsby Dead Tbos Grigsbv of Fairfield died Thursday September 26 1812 The deceased was in his sixtyfifth year and had been a patient sufferer for a long time Mr Grigsby was one of then most highly respected men in this community and his death is greatly regretted by bis wide circle of friends He was a con sistant member of the Baptist chqrch ands rved as deacon attthe time of his decease kr Grigsby is survived by his three daughters Mrs Sam Webster of Wheatly Ky and Miss es Mabel and Nancy Grigsby of Fairfield His Wife preceded him to the grave only nine iImonths kgo Bardstiwn Stand ard IN MAMMOTH CAVE The Dry Fall Outing to Ken tuckys Great Subteran ean Wonder or 200 Miles UnderGround Tuesday Oct 15 Arrange for private and se lect parties home people and their visitors River low echo grand and cave dry The tirmI to see Mammoth Cave its best Roundtrip railroad fare 875 from Springfield ana all way stations on regular trait 600am Board at Cave Hotel from arrival for dinner until af ter dinner following dny also including the two trips through the cave for 550 Limit on tickets 10 days Write or phone L N Agent Most people will be surprisedI to llearn that in this business strenuous but peace loving Yun keeland one of the leading ein4 ployments is the manufacture of firearms and ammunition lu both bulk of output and variety of products this interesting business reacues well toward tlie front among the largest Ameri can Commercial factors Inquiry among local dealers reveals the fact that the RemijagtonUMu factories for instance considered the largest of the kind in the United States provide the trade with no less than eight models of shotgunsand rifles approximately 550 distinct kindsof me tallic cartridges and 7000 differ cut standard shotgun loads The value ofthis one company b gross output is said to run wei Do You Get Up With a Lame Backt tUncj Trouble Hakes You Miserable ESAimedSwam Root the great kidney liver and adjto Sc bladder remedy cause of remark able health restoring Swam Root fulfills almost every wish in ove i coming rheumatistr pain in back k d nays liver bladder sOd every part of the urinary pasrage It corrects inability to hold water and ca1dIng ain in passing it or bad effects follcrvnngnse of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that necessity of being compelled to go often throagh the day and to get up many nightS for verything but if you have kidney liver I or bladder trouble itwill be found justi the remedy yell need It baa been thor1 h311pii ready tried it may have a sample bottle seat free by mail alto a book telling more about and how to tilldfttifTOUMVC kid xeyorbidclcrtroublereading 1o1tu MdnN Dr tflr Co its properties the unpleasant SwampRoot ismthispp I i11 ia bylaUJ W fessisrter the asses SwampRoot Dr Ulsters YwaWlteot and the ad TMlbltethaeMQsiN Y rmprboWe iinto the millions arid is distrlbI uted in every civilized nation on the globe 0 In the paths of peaceard not iin war by tIle way lie the best markets fur the cre tionsot the gunsmiih and tne ammunition mlker The tray shoolexythe rIfle pistol and revolver marks man tim farmer ocrancbman who shoulders his gun for weekend potpie or to protect his crops and his docks from animal pe ts the city and Wage nOWIIstories moying and upon whom the industry largely depends for yearin and yearoUt support- MorgAnRoBards Miss Matilda Morgan pne of Harrodsburgh sweetest and most popular young ladies was warsed tbis morning to Mr Robert C RoBards formerly of this place but now engaged ia the grocery business at Henderson yUle NC The ceremo y was a quitft one jnly a let friends of tthe families being present and was performed by Rev WRrSpitb at tho residence of thC brides mother Mrs Sallie Mor gan on North Mainr1he haps py couple leave for a short wed ding trip and then will go to Hendersonviile to reside The best wishes of all go with them to their new home Harrods0 burgieaderAnnouncementExpected AnnouncementExpectedThe Brown has been mentioned in connection with the for the cCountyand his announcement is ex pected at the proper time Bardstown Standard Time For The Farmers In nings One of the most effective speeches that has been delivered by Governor Wilson during tllcampaign was that at toe far mers picniXat Washington Park New Jersey It w s e ppcially prepared for the far mers wbo the Governor showed never occm ied the ceut r of the stage in politics and were little considered fn legislation Tie farmers have demanded no pro tection but evevibinsr thev buy is protected by a beavy tariff which in most c ses goes ino the pockets of the trusts instead Of helping to pity the expense of the Goverumnt When tariff terest thtam ask lo be l eard farIcmQrsasking It is time said Governor yourrWisOown house nnd live ttiQre iI want you to examine verv critically the tenants who have been occupying it It is a very big house andl very few people have been living in itCThis good advice to farmers applicable to all classes thatI have received litle consideration at the hands ofIihe Republicans IMiere semi to be a generalde tIre fur a oue cleaning and iit will come in November if ever Ieact get possession of the Govern mert which the Rebublicans hive so long mismqnagedI What Makes a WomanCilI One hundred and pounds more or less of bone and muscle dont make a woman Its a good foundation Put into it health and strength and she may rule a kingdom But that s just what Electric Bitters give her Thousadds bless them for overcoming fainting and dizzy spells and for dis pelling weakness nervousness back acke and tired listless worn out fqel ing Electric Ittera have done me a world of good writes Eliza Pool l Depew OkIaaland I thank you with all my heart for making such a good medicine OnlySOc Guaranteed b y Haydon Robertson 1FarmFor Sale Ilur Woodlawn Iin Nelso- CountyI 325 acres of poodWd 1st class improvements on a pike and near a RR Statio Terms easy Call on or address E N Fut Barilstown Ky WILSONI ANJ EASYWNNER i Is sure of More 1 han Two Thirds of Etc oral Votes Cincinnati Enqi rer Careful and comprehensive re views of tne political situation in all the states of thnirn in dicate that the Deiji cratic na ticirow Wilson and Tomas R Marshall will sweep t te country at the November election present indications b lug that the Sage of Princeto will have a larger vote in the ElectoralI Cojiege than any pre dent eyer chosen The prediction is m jreonthe work of trainpd pc itical ob working hid pendpntly in the various sections of the Union and is hasrdj conditions as they exist at the cl se of the last week in Septemb and presented fn todays issue of The Enquirer Every st te in the Union save those usu fly desig inaiis represented rn the fo icat A remarkable fea re of the nation is the pr tical un janmity with which rl sect oIS are returned as fa orable to Wilson or else plac id in the doubtful columnWom staid conservative New England hitherto regarded as Gibraltar of Republicanism to he pulsat me radical progressive Qaliror nin it is an epic of cjhl otic confusion in the tanks olf he grand old par y II and a sip y ftf con Lent nrlitant agjj essiveness the part of the o ganization which hIs won only t vo national victories since tlf ose of the Civil War The internecine s ife in the IRepublican party lm made ever such states as Ver ont New Hampshire and Rhod Island de batable ground Ttie situation is somewhat similar to that pre edins the lhistoric batte of IS 30 and thatt of 18961 when one we organized I c impact body confroi ed another weak and divided trjiy fractional strifeIifi be surp the ele tion is 4ive we ks in lhdI futu eard much may ue accomplish d in that time There is jo lo ical reason to believe however that there will a radical i lia igc in the situationt The forces back o President Taft are standing trnlv For mer President lR IOSelt malt ing a jpctactIarJmpaign to hold the socilledp rogressive lines intact and to m ke inroads a itlie enemy whiljJ the Demo ats hearenetl lly the pros pects of an ovt rwhtfji ling ictory refused to be led offi to worship Liieof clier parties la man scciiii there is a large element of ndenendent voters but tlo str v votes taken trry on cncourai went from reguIs tIltthe thirdterm apiraiv l The task of col la ij K niajerial f D1rthe situation wis ssigned to cbaiyin off inlluential n ws papers ex II Ie tending from c ttiioast JTo the Ciiciiii aii Enquirer was assignet Cho Indiana I identuckyTennfssee h in raseCiSII You could not f ter than to ask your doctor about Aycrs Ci a ry Pectoral toupbrOrlchitis Thousan of families always keep it in the house The approval of heir physi clan and the experience off many years hav iven them great confide e in this standard cough medicine yearsbgood doctor will tel you that a medil dIne like Aycrs Cherry Pectoral cannpl do Its best pork if the jowels are con Ask doe otIf he knows florrecting this aluggishues of the liver by ila 3 L q xewrI 1ro the Bostpn Globe erit all of New England except Conncti cut To the NewYork Herald went NewYoik New Jersey Connect licut Pennsylxania Maryland and Delaware Iro tthe Chicago Record Herald wont Illi noise Iowa Michigan Minnesota Wisconsin North and South Dakota To the St Louis Republic went Missouri Kansas Nebras kfoand Oklahoma I To Ue Denver Rppublican II went Cororado Utah and W yom 2ngTo Los Angeles Times went MexicolandI Nine states which have never deviatfd from Democracy since reconstruction days Alabama Arkansas Florida Georgia Louisiana Mississippi North Carolina South Carolna Texas ard Virginianwere arbitrarily placed in theJDemocratic column In gathering information for t shebootost or rlknockanycan didate but a conscientious at tempt to secure formation upon which an accurate forecast might b based Taking the straw yotes as a basis how the States will vote tie following table has been made up For Wilson Alabama 112 2ArizinadArkansasCalifornia 13 Coorado 6 3Iorida3l Georgiat 14 frdiiira 15 Ke tu kv 13 louiuua 10 Maine V V6 Maryland 8 Massachusetts 18 I Nebraska 8 Nevada 3 New Jersey 14 New York 45 North Carolina 12 t Ohio 24 Okahaa V 10- Penoylvania 38 Rhode Island J5South Carolina 9 Tennessee 12 Texae 20 Utah 4 Virginia 12 WasUingnon 7 Vest Virginia 8 Total 385 For Tuft New Hacapshirrf iA New Mexico 4 Oregon 5 Total 13 vvlFur R jus v velt Idaho 4 Mich gaii 1 Nurili Dakota 5 South Dakota 5 Washington 7 Total 36 Doubtful lon necticut 7 Delaware 3 rliiilloi 29- lowa t II Kaustis 10 Minnesota 12 Nermon1 4 Wisconsin 13 Wyoming 8 n8iNecessary to e1cct26t j The Chotce Of A Husband is too important a matter for a woman to be handicapped by weakness bad bloodor foul breath Avoid thesekill hopes by taking Dr Kings Life Pills New strength fine complection put breath cheerful spirits things that win menfollow their use Easy sure sure 2oc at Haydon Rbbertson Advertisement Now is the time to commence to feed your liens to get winter eggs Try Chicken Chawder and you will bo sure to g4 3gg this winterI CQIfFOR SAlENJce Pwellitjg or High Street near Catholic Utiurch tlas rooms atd hall ltcattd on 11 acre lot Apply iT ForJ U yontgomeryJ Some Statistics The Moonshine Business j Information furnished io thqs- eolbniac few d y ago id regarll to the mnonshiag business in Itt Commissioner Cabel According to that report last year saw the unearthing of 961 i lIcItbtI1sin Georgia 420 in Norh Carolina 8Thin South Carolina 249 in Ajabftjpda and 300 in Tennessee a total of 2 45 in the states named As it is estimated that not more than 20 per cent of the moonshining establishments are found bv the reyenuo officers some idea may be formed of the ttremendous extent to which the iillicit manufacture cf intoxicants iin that sectioBattimoreSup- MarionCircuit Court This has been a busy week in- ircuit cOurt abd considerable business of minor importaiice has oieii transacted The only ut of general interest was that of the Common wealth against ihe International Harvester Co ffor maintaiuing a monopoly An agreed judgment of 1250 was entered which will not be en forrfed until the Supreme Court of ttie U S passes upon similar casts now pending lLe grand jury rttUned 10 indiotmen s as fillows Drehch of peace 3 assault arid battery 1 earth for carrying concealed adly weapon rjbnen drawing deadly weapon on ano her ma licious wounding miLd selling liquor io local option tvrritory Lebanon Falcon Liva Your Lift We sometimes wonder of hat we are and why we are put on eartk One day Is added to another and ir seem to be no further advanced oa the pathway Of our lives As Mark Twain would have put It we do not appear to be gaining on the scenery Yet there is room In the world and eM in the world for each and every ORe of us and therefore we must keep oa going to the end Emerson bai a poem in which the squirrel talks to thomoun tain and says U I caaa t carry forests on my back neither cam you crack a nut You can do irmt thing nobody else can do nawl live your life You hare th d1aace- If you will only take It and I fcare mine If we can do nothing elM we can at least be some ones frlesd aa4 there is nothing that the werMBMrt kecni wants and sadly TiMifa LIP = Ifceaa Journal Six Years to Construe 9kA clock constructed throeffhoot df glass Is the result of six years york on the part of a Bavaria glass polish er The plates and pillars wblobfaia the framework are of glass DeS are THIare of glass and glass w dgts sad pus are used for fastening the rartotti parts of the running gear tofetatft says TitBits Like the clock Kself the key by which it In wound U Iglass The construction of the remark able timeplede was a matter ot ImlMt paths Some of the parts had to bs made as many as 40 times before clock that woui go could be yce duced Barnums Public P T Barnums tent manager sat- o him one day and complained that he could not move the crowds troa the big tent after the show Barnum considered a moment Get Sam to stand near the deci and yell out This way to the gteMl iSHeShort Stories 1 bay mare 9 year old I 1 brown mare 7 years old 1 bay mare 7years old 1 mae mule I 2 mule cults side 1 horsecolt 1 yearling horse colt 1 suckling horse colt I 2 mid t J l tr DAKJwkPovoE j Par i Makes Home Baking Easy N aJWth3taimw it gn t M UMMT qe M VMftsl iuftd tcrtaiei m slcwg OIicI wJae1ollefoHi only Baking Powder MskfTMK V Royal Grape Crawn of Tartar HmJUmm IIf uPh1 Death Claim Well Known L MiuJI W a MoaUr aged 64 years cityjTuesdayt beJdJyesRev J A ETpgarty and the InI second wife ebo was Aias Sal lie Lyons and the following chidren Mesdames Riphatd Spaldinri GeO Abelt auf Fred Mann of bi city land county Mtsdames E4 Mitchell and Len Thomas and Toe Mouser Ibf Owensboro fflrs Albert Bryantt of Indiana and William and EieLsonesiater and two brothers who live in Oklahoma a sister inNew Albany Ind4 and a brother who iliveattNajr Hope Mr Mouser for many yeaVa was a trusted ocIg1 fin the gov ernment service add was highly esteemed who knew hup His family bave the sympathy of many friends and acquaint ances in theiiiJ Lebanon Enterprise T d Mall Garrlcra WillFty This U a age of great di overjljB Progress side on the air Soon ire may see Sam V mail carriers 1C in all directions traotportinc mall Peo pIe take a wonderful intcrwt in a dii covery that benefits them Thatti why Dr Kingt New Discovery for Cougb Cow land other throat aad lung disease U th raoitp pular medI- cine fin America It cared me of ja dreadful caugb writs Mrs J R Davis Stickney Corner Me after doctors treatment and all other rent dies had failed K Excellent for coughfe colds or any brc ncHal affection Pilet flOa Trial llaydon eYXobrtionr Adfertisefaeht Childrdn Ory fLUblt I CAS TORI A = fSn i r DISSOLUTION SALE + I Stock and OP Pl ntslI I 1of1 AT 1 OCLOCK jP Mi IIsell Ito the highest bidder the folloWic g Oyarsold by cows by all UncI and 1 good Jer yjMiifer tart t 8 sows and ilgsj 18 sole read r to plgr fit Poland Cmoa M lc Hoc 41 4ioo4 ewes f6 2goodBuckaS ii good bay rker I1 illppl1f tntr 60gaikt44lii 800 baiJHri two U TERMS10 and under cab ftrtr 10o Cf5 i- 1S 0 roonip Note bearing legal ipttfsst frHIlIaW IMS l tL antiS J HONTCWG LT- P t r i l s P JON L 1AIRiIi 1 6 thatthijlPk lightAu uthierf TJieregwarfifiycculaK filDmocrajic 11bills j Cough drh Washingtonl 10Missouri bydelais FUackpi 1 Absolutely 1be IstSJTbefuneral AcgusflnscemIetery bereayement How Colonel h Lok Uncoln rOn his trip doj rn the MIDis sippi river with the Waterway Commission he had a pilot per y jemptorily dismissed from service without a hearingi and for no cause whatever Lincoln always v WafIgovernm em ploye passed his carriage in an auto on the streets of Washing ton he amended the civil service rules so that a department chief4tcould dismiss a clerk without hearing and forced hisdiamissal under this rule that did tot bxSlit when the act was commitL dfLincoln did something like that almost every morning When a schoolgirl on liorge back passed his riding party heSstruck her horse an angry blow with his ridiqg whip frightening the animal and almost throwing the girl to tfee grpund Lincoln always had Just such ra lordly grouch as that The cLosestregemblanoehbcv eyer was hown whenMr Bosc velt while president intanai tide published everywhere oyer7 nil own signature charged cot ruption upon Gen Tyner WhO was postmaster generalI under Grautr hut at this time was sub ordinate in the Post Office De panmeot At the presidents behest he was indicted in tna District oi Columbia The trial dragged along two or three weeks tnd I frequently Saw htm feeble and mor than 80 years of age in an tnyalid chair wheel tug himself into the oofrt room Prpm his de thbjed be wroteiA last appeal to the president to withdraw what Jie bd saiit arid let him die without a Esil oa ate naUloola disgrace pfl h n 1 I family But Roosevelt 1let him die unanswered That iajsitj ike Lincoln of whom ft mlgnt truthfully be said that he cama to preach the Gospel tolibtjiorp nd to heal the brokeabaU fSV Lopis Grpbel e iocratr FiMd 300 Fr Kaag Hiid- Danville Ky Oct 5The Z trial of Mrsi Heles Lane charged with the murder of her husband id this cltv on the night of bet j tember 20 was closed today at noon when the jury f hirad verdict finding her guilty Jfiin yoluntmiry manslamghtmrascl a essing i fine offftOO Tne jurors Pre dli1 their delibera oa about six hours rUe verdict was a great carries to the public las wae io gt thf wfe iata1IQ4Ii4i wW acqiitkd or fousd h 4 aairder The cite at ili JS JIrve arid was riliMii l1eo4y r r t Yi K I af Fu I If r IbaL t4fl OM irt i ThLNWS4ADIi- I SPRINGFIELD KY- rlj xlfutrliaDxvaatyT uaii Y JAMES I ME JOSEPH ML1N tt Kiitorcand Pablishere J o s f Sxaa artists entitled Plan to c tt out 1918 tobacco We publish this Article not that It voices Ii our opiBtoas bn the subject b tl because we have beenrequested r to do so by the Burley Protec oRnt L iq 19 5or any other year Janet ir apt to have any serious cons id e ratios in Washington county Our crops have been good and 1v consequently have commanded wood prices Higher prices have b en paid for tobacco in the pastt two Sears on this market than were ever beard of betore nott excepting war times There is incur humble opinion nothing il to be gained by a cut out of tthe f crop it will do us BO good to Ahave high prices for tobacco t when we have none We are well aware that other states can not riles as good tobacco as besidpac re we do not believe in wanting f much Prices now brought rgood tobacco are as high as the uoItaiilu eoe could wisha the lower grade are in proportion Of course meanWbac does not bring fancy prices N the people of Washington coun ty are not willing to kill the hen that lays the golden egg f J 4rRockrun r Wr and Mrs John D Keelinp spent lath Friday with theii Jodaiigbtez Mrs Mary Comm oj i tlaf place y Mr John Divine leftlast we eta for Illinois where he willl make hisfutare home to Mr and Mrs Will Lay and i little grandson of Moores leeftpfat Wednesday night wiib 4 Mr Sidney Perkins J Mrs Marie Gatewood of Taotbam Springs Spent lastbnn tfhbineof Mr0 R Coul 1rand Mrs Elias Perk tn atid little daughter Nellie spent lrw Thursday and Friday with Mr 4 Albert Ma s ters of Penwick Mrs Maud OnLqinger and bLUr son RCspent last Tuesday with Mrs D C Curtsinper Mr Ezra Riley of Llts spent from Saturday until Mon day with relatives here Muss Valaiia Coulter sp r from Friday until Monday w eitb t her cousin Miss Minnie Coulter t atTatham Springs Mr John Divine and sist Ida spent Monday night witL Aheir brother at Mackvllle Mr Turner asIenl Thursday night Yuh his 4n- I at Cornish ille Mrs Lucinda Divine celebra J 4iteMher eghtyecond birthda at the home of her son J Divine They also hadas tb ellaoguest Mr and Mrs Jaw Bailee of Deep Creek Fred Deir and bride nee M Mattie Bo rules of Mackri l andrSun day at the home of his father Mrs Bailie Newton of Ca bellwille was the guest of father Moland Derr and family weekNMr and asft Mr and Mrs Tom Cutrin were the guests of Airs Elvinn PiQktEton on Monday Mr and MM lWejlev C singer sipenithe last of the weel with her mottici aVWillisburjf 1 1 RFDNo5 The farmers of this community re tbronghcritlirig tobacco a Tie stable of Lojd Thompson of Loretto wash burned to ground Thursday sight and lost was 4jOCo bus ies of oas a tour of Lay and harm ssr r orighi of the tire is unknown We are glad to report MrsI TM Badgett iis much Improved apt thls writing Cra Vick Hamilton spent Ja tb WIlltoffK Roaa Mackin of L llteu has returned home after jfeMantvunt with her nieces Miaeea Victoria and Tres c i jiirBe SanfordWhite 412 1 taA little alanghterMargar LIiMt wire tbeguests ta the pareato Mr and Mrfit i 1fSllh from Sunday anti ri xOM a1 MtlP1otaWltf ibgit fbl ry est of friends and relatives a guI Miss IdaNally was the guest of her cousin Miss Catharine at Springfield Sunday night Mr Arthur Mtttiu iy was at Lebanon Saturday and Sun day ti MrA C MeHley was the guest of Mr Lon Bbndfdrd j unday afternoon APoftber Goebel and 7iss Catharine e AirsatJohn Raney Sunday afternoon oThe social given by MissMag gie Smith Saturday night inj hbnorof her cjusirr Mr Porter Smith was we attended Miss Osu Parroti is attends school at Springfield Messrs Join Obrvan and Richard Blandford were the guests of Mr Len Blandford Sunday afternoonIMr Porter Smith was the guest of his uncle Mr J Smith Saturday and Sunday an will leave for Indianapolis the latter part of the week Several from this place at tendtd county court at Lebanon Monday s TeRod PUBLIC SALE OF anrJ bStock Crop and Mm Furnitureunj o As administratrix oltbeeslattJ8tf Oscar Fields and by virture of written agreement b tw en Heirs I will on Tuesday October 22 at the late rESidence of Qscai Fields near Bear Wallow be inning promptly at10 ocl offer fur sale to the highest bd tier the following property to VltJThe home place of the late Oscar Fieldsi contaping abut 90 acres on the Manton uft about 1 mile from far Walluw This farm has ou it two goo dwellings splendidtobacco bare imdadwateredleiLand is all good tobacco corn Ifand wheat food Also the fol wing perssaal propertj 2 cows and calves 2 3 earliog heifers 1 milch cow 1 bull food yearling flllv 1 five year ld mare 2 sows and shoats qoar 22 head good sheep eyood farm wagon 1 new Dteringi mower DscharroWi plows and gears and other farm impl meats about 75 rods field fence 3 bales wire household and kitchen furniture and oth articles too numerous to men Lioner TERMS Personally all sums jf 310 and under cash in hand jver that amount a credit of sikiiuonths will be given note wit C1Efgood security bearing six ther IfIcent interest from date ivill be rtqured The land will be sold 191B31 r one two years es bearing interest wilb lieu reserved on land to secure payI ment FieldslThen They Hit Up the Shop mQVbi1e eo cormhetthe committee on Indian affairs Senator Carroll E page of Vermont happened to get In conversation with a man at Ashland Wis gbtFrom Vermont chuckled the man Why I was born at Swanton vt So was I sold tho senator MeruCtwch ants row In Swanton So did mine replied the Vermont senator My father dealt In hides and wool So did mine echoed the senator My father wu a member of the 1Sowith a twinkle in his eye And they shook heartily ShakeI ofSpartners met after 40 years and tradition has it that they went off quietly arm in arm memtutory theper old Green Mountain stateJoe Ch OOCpies NewsLetter ThtThe Burnt Child A rifal clergyman missed one of his parishioners several successive Sundays from his place in church and when he met the absentee one day he said ItWeU William I havent seen you at church for some time No sir I have reasons for stayln away yourILexplaJnlaWell sir I doubt youll manage decided4oba ep The first is that dont bo hove in bein where one does all the speakin the second is that I dont be litetae most Important reason of all flhatwas 1n1ourc1urcli that rgot m Xlfe i lSE C12IDR Iy 4Mi Le C4U GH dP t1tL OUT 1913 T-TOBACCO KeJ Organization Formed In tucky To Increase Price Of TobaccoG PEAL TO OTHER STATES To Cooperate With Growers of Ken ObtainLiv1Ing thelrlLandAn Appeal to Farmers On October 1st there met In the Phoenlxi Hotel Lexington Ky a small band of farmers from less than a doyen counties They met for the pur pose of discussing d cut out of the 1913 tobacco cropiJ On account of file busy season many large producing counties were not rep resented but several of them sent encouraging messages After due deliberation it was agreed ta organize todpush the cut out movement for all it worth IsI Mass conventions Were for advised the various counties on Oc tober 12 and a general convention ofI the growers at Lexington Ky was or dered for Wednesday October 16thI e county mass conventions are to select delegates to represent them at the general convention on the 16th A committee composed of jreprk eentatlves from Bath Franklin Scott and Owen counties was selected orII the purpose of preparing An to growers and the following is tbeI result of their l An Appeal borsINever since the tobacco question be came aq acute issue has the situation presented a more serious or menac- Ing front to growers than the one they are now facing For the first time sInce 1906 thee farmers are wholly un organized A pool for the present is out of the question Single handed and alone they must face the enemy combInedtactful and greedy and li censed by the highest law of it to continue their ajir of wolf rae drcsced In the gas of larba There is no protJU for the fau r 0 than that which he himself pru bles the tens of thousands and the buyei s can be numbered by the fingers on one hand yet this mighty host must bow in humble submission before the haughty obllgarcby and accept the crumbs from Its hands coildpetitive of supply and de mand had not been suspended by the dtrust arbitrarily fixing prices the growers could have some reasonable as Kurance of fair dealing and living prices But there Is no such market and the law of supply and demand is nothing but a shadow Let us look the facts squarely in the face Here are just a few The 1905 crop averaged less than 7 cents In 1906 first pool organized 1In 1907 over 62000000 pounds added to first pool In 1908 crop practically cut out 1n November 1908 Burley Tobacco Society sells its entire holdings at 17 cents Mind you this wasafter the cut out of that year pooledemore than both pools of 1906 and 1907 In 1910 and 1911 two crops e1and neither pooled grownj price to growers In 1909 71h 19111aboIn 1910 whoa the pooling was hanging in the movementI Eentatlves of the trust and warehouses payinghers and wealthy land owners scattered throughout the Blue Grass section Immediately following the failure of the 1910 pool the American Tobacco dcterImlnatlontoI the profit side of its ledger In the sultof the EsBelby Tobacco company SOclet1ItRworth 8 cents a pound and in that suit It asked that the society be compelled to refund the difference between cents and 17 cents These declara lions on the part of the manufacturers show clearly their purpose and deter mination to make 8 cents the maxi mum figure They are willing to pay the growers but a certain amount of business cumen aided possibly by innate bashfulness has so far pre Tented them tram naming a minimum price they are willing to pay and Which hey frequently pay for this same tobacco There Is not an Intelligent wellto do farmer In this state who is willing grow tobacco at such prices andIto such conditions as above set lOut It costs more to grow it now than it did ten years ago Lands labor and growthjperiod front to 100 per cent The price of everything we eat and wear has Increased in like proportions H and 8 cents were llvlrig prices ten years ago and they were not thenI It to 16 cents is not too much to deI maud now Farmers must get some thing likelthis if they expect to pros asBut the one thing which this com ittee desires to Impress on the growI ers is the Importance of organization However plain the facts nothing can be accomplished without It In our JwloncTit the only tiling for us to do now Is tQ urge a cut Out of the next crop We lately positively that It 11he cut out of 1908 that saved the fight of the growers against the trust Wo knev it was the cut out that made us a price 17 cents snit we know there is a vast difference between 7 cent tobacco and 17 cent tobacco We know there is more clear profit In ono crop at 14 cents than there is in three crops at 8 or oven 9 cents for we firmly believe that these figures mean an actual loss to both tenants and landlords We have faith in the good sense andt patriotism of the people and make an earnest appeal for due and careful consideration of this question 1vo also realize that the work must be dane speedily in order to thwart out enetoies who If this movement grows in popular favor will again soncJtbr sit ito into tbo flli to far r4+trIlt jI HEAD tt OF REGISTERED sc o i = x c d IADflLE HOPWYH- t v i i f Ht t Public Outcry Saturday Oct 26 IJ d We hlings Yearlings Two year=olds and rood Ma esiiAlso Some Mules and Mule Mars = I rcy I Iale will be held onl HThurm3ns 14 mile from Springfield beginningiat 10 oclock1 IlJj SEND FOR CATALOG LUNCH ON GROUNDS I u Thurman-0 8 Peters SprinYie1di KYII dW tb 1 J 5 t l IInnn rah An tfiydn METALLIC CARTRlOOES Shoot More Their te Guar nte tc Iii tile Continued Accurr of your Arn 96 ye rs of luomaking cars of canri c meLeg have iujjlit us To make crtn s sotcd fr crr h hootinlhAnhittlI Mic re To auaii wmawirfow occmar v thit iinfiiririJ mtlc- aran To mdcfor LI lird of arm the artiile it regain vt its iiiutd to CpOt1ht Its t The is n Remington LMC pocifly nmj fur iur rifle your pistol Iry Remington UMC cartidtfc is tested in the arm fur which it is nnii Our iluarantcc is behind titse cortriJ f anJ Ivhlnd nnitandard arm to the full extent of the makers ow guarantee when these arc used Shoi the cartridges that shoot t straight Shoot the car dgcs that keep your gun shooting straight Shoot Ren ngton UMC cartriJtt o PIJtlrtn ArmsTnion Metallic CartridiJc Co i r thus lull tin rjijiljy iiiio a hopeful but faN rjmtulciuej that thy too will get tliif price In or o arm e jit the will of thf people iirio people of each rounly to hull ma convention on Satiinlay October nnd that th select tlolpsatys toS tend the I exinj ton cc nventit Ira klnesday October lath HPe movement does notf gather sufficient strength b this date to in dicate that suoreji iful fight can b made then we kiftf bf nothing fur thor to suggest arch lho gro orB mt t be lot alone each ioj fight nls own battlesIThe above report was adopted and is ordered printed A W WALD Chairman iwingsvlllei Ey Six Years to Coi stfact GfrCk A clock construe d throughout of glass is the result o six years work on the part of a Bas rlan glass polish er The plates and lllars Whlp j form the framework are if glass and aro bolted together with KlassscrowB The dial plate hands sh tts and cogwheels are of glass and girt wedges and pins are used for taste hg the parts of tho runnl i gear together rays TitBits Like the cloak Itselft the key by which ts wound la of gals The construe n of tho remark able timepiece was a matter of Infinite pains Some of tbe pang fiadutp rbo made aa many as times before a clock that would g could be pro dosed fc n- illsI i in r p t to Tilt t cvril various a JNKltSIOisactsr Followed His Unwise tempt to Gar Women From TUIr Meeting Place Depcon Jenkins Happened to tlio rreezrIn to death recently and heres how Hed dune swore a solemn oatb buRt a arJ lung that the auftraeettin wo ailsehou enu he poared to be in ht right I mind whilst ho was 4swearJrfnn he fastened tbe winders and double bar red the door an sot down to wait de volopmcnta He d lnt have to watt long Hero como tho suSragettin brigade led by Ibis good lady two dozen strong and flndin tho house locked oginein they mashed the windows and proceeded to bust the door in in which they was quite successful but thcro was no enteredIe remains of two legs coin up the shim nay The meetln fuss called to order an didnt adjourq till 12 oclock that night when th deacon hollered down the chtocey to his good lady to git a ladder ro tthat he could comp down from the roof anl thaw himself He dJdnt hang on no coad hen ha crawledup but when heqQpledQwn he had on a purty thick roibrtbat of Icicles but at this wrltin4lles tbaw Inmost satisfactory J daniB Rat t Enterprise v t t 40 i t farm curtriJ4cs STOCK SALt TT- We t will on the farm 1 12 miles from Springfieldon V the Lebanon pike ton V ti Saturday Ootdber 19J 1912tff f AT 100 OCLOCK fM tproperty1 t 1 pair Mare Mules 5 and 6 years old 2 Suckling Mule colts 1 filly colt 1 2year old Chester Dare broke to ride and drive 1 brown horse 16 12 hands high well broke everywhereo 1 yellow horse 16 12 hndsgood work horse 1 ladybrokeandworl 1 6year old bty horse Dan lady broke safeI 5 e S M Job as he set forth to work a young man In Washington passed a clean pleaaant faced black mustached man followed by a jovial looking dog 16IThe two met so regularly that they got to nodding to each other neither with the remotest idea who the other was From nofldlng they passed to the good morning stag and one day the younger man paused to pat the other mans dog They fell to discussing different brands of dogs and the black mustached man said he regretted that inch small yards prevail irk Washing dogs nroind Evidently ho hadnt lived in Wpshlnpton long Tc other man owned up that he was t syour Job pursued the yov rnitn rcLTftary of war replied itijn modestly KEEP Taut fr Slliurit Workman From Missouri Finds There Are 32997 Strokes cf the Needle In a Simple Garmenti Kansas City Mo Herman Axeno I a tailor took tlmo to count the stitches In the last coat ha made HeI found 32937 23800 machine stitches and 9137 hand stltches ho announced the other day The coat was a fourbutton sack tldrtytwo inches longl and single stitched Extensive Use ofT ter h It Is about oarsintroductlon of the olcoti ale tho system was Unov try uptb its acqit Jco The lines r e 2ufr ticlent to world 138 times P 110 words they would r J sixteen times The tot a of offices Is given at 130000X1000 apparatus which send outunually 300030000 dlsr patches The English we read make the greatest use of the Telegraph If being estimated that for every bun dred persons there arq sent Out 194 massages France follows with i5fmoisages next comes Denmark with 118 Belgium With 104 and Germany with 91 The record telegram ex tended over 20000 words Others of 10000 are mentioned t TilE WORLDS Je lt r t l 12 Steer Calves gooddones 1 l Weanling Qalf lfev1 J fat Cowy t 5 V7 Jt 1 fat Heifer v fry i1Somepig 2 one Poland China Boar 1 one horse wagon good as new t 1 2horse wagon has been used butlittle and many otlier things too nuracr ons tohiention 1 monthsNoteI frB 80W LL tcoeOifL1 CAMPBELL AuctioneerS Itia severalisrprvicelIngercl t JXINGTON y 1 0CT018T0191ac ctr TMT t 1 WIRLD r ESTTRACK KENTUCKY T H B ASSOCIATION 921000 THE 1CENTDCKY PUTUIUTiT TUESDAY OUT Sr3000 TIIK WVL UT HALL CUP WEDNESDAY our 9 6 5COO THE TRA SYLVAJfH THURSDAY 00T1 i 9 3Ct10 TIm dAsn ETQiir cm MONDAY OOT OCiOO CSILIIPIQSHII STALLIONIS 5600 THE OCTOnER PRIZE WEDNESDAY OOT is I If riBIG STAKE EVERY DAYI I Webers Prize Bond of AnmerfOne FaTc RAiLROAD RATESOne Frer t VR1TB FollrOOnAlU fI 10 FABffl 9 1RiWW About 150 Acres V Situatedabautlymiles fro Fairfield Nelson county 1ron a good 4 public road There is about 50 acres of good tobacco land on this farm after being cleared There is some Tine white oak timber other u tuitabl uui i goodii an4i id this farm b t rlentqof timberYbr bunding purpjoses for ffcnU oil E B1 WELLS or HARRY VEts oniirr J n FairfieldJ Kf p DKG iBURTON DENTISTzAll Work Guaranteed i PHONE 162R 4 OFFJQE Hagan BIQ kup stain SPRINGFiELD KY t DRJ C MUDD- ti PhJbl ian and Sorgeon ItOlficehoUI88 t09 avta y lto2pm Offices oVerHaydonsDriJg8tor WFt GRIGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW Office oer Peoples Uaoh- TI1 r tJPlJlNG1 lEI L JY D MW HYATT aOWc over Red Cross Drug J3tQre Office hours Hyatt 1030 to 12 m 4 to 5 pn I j jJ3L Me WILLIAMS f IWJDepocitiohs a Specialty JY HAYES SPYEAGER MAY S i YEAGER- Fmieral Directors i and Embalmersl l TELEPHONE PAY 19NUT 74 SERmGFIELUKY DRYiFiRUSfl I PRAeTICALj DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber Pantal work atreasonable prices SS U work guaranteedUSPRINGFHJLD KY 5J3ESFruit acd Ornamental l Shrubs Aoperasjus Rhubarb- Peonh1 Rose Phlox etc Growers of wiat we sell Free Catalog No Agents J Hfc fifflenmejerl Sons- Lexiasrion Ky Secret Account iFntrilly Physician Tilt trouble with your husband innilmn Is that be has overdrawn bin m count ut the bank of vitality Irs Jnynlani frit sure he was deceiving me about something Doctor give you uy word never knew be had uny uttonnt there change Making excuse tukt time that la bitter spent In making good Youtha Companion ameot ret xes ue of the player Is sent out of the room The others then decide upon ome word which he is to gueH when Jtie returns Wien he conies In he Is told What the reflx of the word Is and must guess by asking questions whEt be rest of the word Is The playeiB annwerby their manner or ac tion Suppose the prefix ex lfit given and 1 the word chosen Is express It may be represented In various waysrnn expressman delivering n nackiigc tray eling In a rapid tpiln und so oil The one guessing may tuinVofMniuiy words beginning with ex7 but must ton tlnue asking questions until the rlgUf one fa found The player who has YevealejK In word by his or her nttton taluH th questioners place and Iet y itu motr while the rest iiredecldlhg upon oD + ordor him Jto picas TuenrlnV game goes on as before Where Silk Conies From Jtvrothlrds of all the silk used the world comes from China Wild silk the product of a silk worm red upon oak leases conics mainly from Ibantung nbil Mnnclimlai It Is cunrep P in comparison with white and yellow Ilka undo Is uiiuitfmttired into thp tusRiihsr of cnmuienv Inn ll1J art also produced Cruni silkvrnnns rt4d on oak leavex Wild silk has reivntlv liViinnu nion I popular owing to tin Hdi tlnit 4iL fiew proieAAnr lilwutiilii rhleb al low the material suiw neiUlv to iyedIn the nitx t rtjVhti shades of color AVlld nllk lItdtci be Jla hot material fur making lb WlllCII or Seroplanes NVaxte tIlk comprises n Tflrlety of liyjmHlinis pt tin hfdustry f Obtained uostly fniiu fejeiled Trucklliitj the Trencher iThlx Is an jiiil KuxHHii game The children sit on the Hour or kneel in tt flue A ni rj oii In tlfr icnfer holds the tivmlHr iph tin will uervei find I llltlolItrittef giiQii one fli iin rhis Theone- namwl imwi tllrht fjifkly and try to 5catch she Ilntr lftttJ1 built bands prune it slitpiIsintiig If Iw ct rv inki rJn pln e In Ute enter artI5 Jlie liri Ira IT rM In the ring- 11 hi rtin nut 4itt u Platet twtucen feojU tllt fon It If1ris spinning fit SPY It r4rri itipt Is fI1Uf4d out I11 i TOWN I in WV W OO Local Happenings of Interes The Freshest and Latest I AJIAboutYoUrse1T Frlendg t1 and Acquaintances FOR SALE TWo good 2jear Buck 5Pat Tobin FOR SLEWagu and set ol double harness T P OBryan Forr SALEOne 2yearolf high grade bhort born bull T R W Clements + lfThe lladies Aid orhe Chris tian church of Willisburg will serye atf ice cream supper at tbe halfSaturday night tFARMEUS Come in and see our Timothy Seed best on the market They are cheap Gut our pricev flDLAKECL- OSTOn last Sunday between Mr Ed F Douelleys and Valley Hill a red sweater ward if returned to this office HeI IMr Rt 0 Boblitt has sold to P J Thomas his farm on the Lebanon pike at 80 per acre Fdrty hours devotion commenced at Si Dominies llast Sun day ard concludrd Tuesday morning Father H xinessv sca- sassistedby Rev Father Kornan of St Rose iGet your coal before winter CheapRemember a bushelas we have always done aud load your wagon witha fork B D LAKE Co IMarriage license was issued this week to Mr Anderson Burns and Miss Phoebe Gowin The bride is a daughter of Mr S H Gowin and the groom is a prominent farmer Both live in the Pottsviile neighborhoudI KOR SALE One nice family mark toy ars old sound and fearless oi all objects 1 Hough ton runabout new 1new high gra p buggy set double wagon harness in good order Apply at this office ye handle a fall line of FeedS Corn Oats Bran Hay Molasses Feed Coal Salt and all kinds ofI seeds B D LAKE Co Sunday at St Rose East Sunday being the first deIvotionstions consisted c f procession in vhich about 290 children took par tbe Rosarv Sermon ahd Benediction An excellent musical program was rendered by the Choir under the able direction of Mrs Effie Robertson The sermon was delivared by Rev J S Caton ableIand scholarly address In his sermon he assailed the press and public modernI their many utterances calculated to crEate discontent in the roun rv Father Caton is an orator of first class and when it isi npwn that he will speak there nttPn1dance f uage 5s calculated to show the haauty of pure English he is zfted with a large full voice and can make himself heard distinct y lor a considerable distance without exerting himself The Dominican order is noted fbl1 ts spakers but Father Caton is well able to uphold in that In1 the reputation gained byI sjcli orators as Father rom tfurke Opens Recruting Station Springfield has been selected by the Unted Stat is Government TOPICS I 4 yDR V MANNING DENTIST SPRINGFIELD KY Offices over McElroy Shakers grocery Phone 234R Hours 8 to 12 1 to 4 as a recruiting station for tha United Slates Army Sergeaqt Jas W Rose is the officer in charge Sergt Rose has his headquarters Louisville Ky where the Main Station is located thin being a substation Uncle Sam needs more men trained for army and has taken this means of getting them it is desired to bring the army as close to the people as possible so that they may be familiar its workings Men between lthI ages of 18 and 35 years are de sired they must be able bodied free from aisease of temperate habits and able to speak read and write the English language The term of enlistment for those who enlist before November 1stI is three years alter lhat the term of enlistment timeI seven years They will serve the first four years and be on the reserva list after that time and free to go where they will only to be called in case their ser vices oe needed The salary for a regular on entrace is 15 per month besides an allowance of 186 for the three years for clothing Howeysr a man with ordinary ability will be able to gain promotion For those who desire to increase their store cfi = I MODELS FIRST mental knowledge there is a school provided which runs three hours a day for nine months in th3 year Trades are also learned to those so inclined and special inducements are given those who have any trade or calling Applicants are examined here and after examination are sent 10 Columbus Ohio from which place they are assigned to duty Their preferences being given due consideration Mr and Mrs C T Logsdon announce the appro iching mar- riAge of their Miss Notember 6th 191J The groom is a sou of Mr J P Edelen OConnorReed Cards are out announcing the engagement of Miss Layinia OConnor to Mr Tames Davison Reed The wedding will take pace October 23 1912 Ihe bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Jas OConnor and the room is a son of Mr nd Mrs Leroy Reed One Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup v J 0 I i i I 1 DAILY I GO FRESH CANDIES ON HAND I t Muir Roberts Thq Lexington Leader nitsun idiiy containedi the folio injj her dau bterMurv Ai e to Mr John Douglas Robertisi The marriage will be solemn iz d ir November tI The groom i we1 known here being a son Mr aud Mrs Simpson Robert ho iis now a resident of LexJi iu in DickcrsonRoss Ky i tl Mr Frazier Ross an4Miss Rebecca Dickerson wer5 ci rtpd at the home of Mr Rsstet1Mrs Byron Croake last Tuesday Rev TJ Jade The bride is a daughter al Mr JackDickerspn of Neijto one ty and is a young lady po sess ing many charms whl1 tile groom is a prominent farrj erof Wooalawn BowlesDerr It Mr Fred Derr and Missi HilL tie Bowles were married residence of her sister urday afternoon by Rev lnllnlthe Purdom The bride is a I ter of Mr Tom Bowles a popular and attractive Voung lady while the groom wn is a son of Mr Moland Dtir is a prosperous farmer Edwards atIher home three miles froJtownlast Thursday night Sbe was a lifelong of the county and lived life rAIrntin the house where Eighty years ago the ovmed by the late Jack Ed ards she being his only child iheri ted the place arid cpnth ecHo ortvIi years ago she was united ii mat riage to Mr Ben Ed wait who survives The El ward were among the first settlers athe County and are highly re ctld i5 n 5t IITOilliams II MILLINERY I STYLISH SNAPPY CLASS WORKMANSHIP IidayIprices j LogsdonEdelen daughter GeQrgeI FRESH OYSTSi- TAND cIL3IrT RECEIVED ATI BENEDETTI ALWAYS 1ilIizbethJosephitdjMuirtanuounces afternc9nby u h people Tdey were cloia J associated with the early istory of the county Mr Rtn lIi wards is now the lait of the me ol lha family of wdtntthecounty In the early t uL of wardslandere1 related settled in that art of the county1 buying iii laud from off of Lr IWflasflercerseral services were ooncit jttdat- the Methodist cliurjh fast Satu1 day by Rev Wade auJ burial was in Ctnn4eryHili- McElroy Mia Finloy McEroy iecl at Elizabeth Hpsuita in13non last Tuesday night s e had been in iho hospitil fI 91110 time idsrgoinu treat i nt for carce anu wiiil1 it WHS mown that her cuSP wa hop is the end ame somewhat untx wctnd as she was appurontl better throughout the day Wt3iesdayI She was 72 years cfag e cfijd was born and reared fit Jarion count being a dauihtei of D Davis McErov of II iiCiiV Fifty years ago she WPS united in marriage to Iert F McElroy win survive her Afterher tntrr1gfIi evidence was in Springti Iw1 Hiiro she SOCiaIbered by both odlid yiIllig as a noblt generous kind hearted woman sl iI tll hor life to walk ll vaj he bs lieved tc brgit In ddition to tier un Land silo lea es one sister Miss Brigys McC oy of LebanonSseryics wij1 e con IFUllerJ at the Pre yterian church this morning a4ebinon and burial will be ii Ryder cemetery Familr ReunionI The descendants oJ he deceased Mr John S Gab art and wife assembled at ih omo of Mr and Mrs Elijah Ga hart on Sunday Ocober6 191 iraday- of general happiness a r pleas ure but many were slitly oJ fect 3with thoughts ol adues while thinking of tile tp ny dear ostn ones who have epartel ihoretily ftlH Vivin hildren 5 5 5 of the deceased are Mr John Gabhart Mr Morgan Gabhart aud Mrs Eiza Young Many relatives were in attendance from adjoining counties and dif fereut states The happlist hour of he daywUat nojn when there were a Hundred ands ix relatives gathered ut the fes bil board which supported a OQuntiiul supply of every kind of the most wholesome and areItizing food Mr Cox the psi o Uographer of Springfield Ky look a picture of the cro d while eiting and Mr Cox the plot graptier of Harrodsburg liy look the picture of the entire ffirhiily later besides taking several pictures of ii dividual hull lies About three ocMjck tile family got t gethpr again and aftor tjinging iniuy beauiful familiar hymns were addressed by Rey W L Yancey who ga1e a short but inspiring address on The Ungratefulness of Man The time haying now arrived for separation of jyed ones each bid tile other Gods blessings anti Heavens joys though great ly desiring that all those who e hearts are uqw light and free might be so fortunate in having with them on a similar occaJon those whose beads have growa gray with the mist of A Great yearsI FERe NALi toI Judge B L LUsey is able He out again after a severe illness Mrs Harty C Montgomery of Jeffersonyill Ind has re turned to tier horn j aftera visit to Mrs J Clements Mrs W F Trusty has return ed from a visit to her mother ati ew11opeiMe srs Joe F ele and L e Carrie weie in Lebmon Sun dlv Mrs TeVess Mu dis tie gutit- of her slmii1r Et Mudd atNtw Haven Ky Mr Moors of Louisville is here in the interest of the i tral Life Insurance Co Mr JU Morganhas5uccHci pd Mr J1 L Vats as hCdl h pre iviutive rif the Pacific Mutuall Life iusurauce M1I Watt who hits been here fur sqme tune has ben promoted to Assistant Manager of th cotppany Mr Wallace Ducan of New ark N Jtiisi visiting his pUPil ilre Mis Marie Sw oneyof Nel svn county atiendrd the Ross Dickerson wtddiug here Eirl Arnold spaut last week in Booinaelcl Miss Isabel Medley will arrive Monilay fora visit tq friends Mr Wallace Rogers was in Danville Saturday Mrs J Y Mayes and Mrs L mis Rogers were in Harrods burglut week the guests of Mrs E E Buster Miss Zula Lear of Indianapo lis is the guest of friends here Miss Eulah Wathen will return to her home at LJardstown June Lion Friday MrsW V Siallnrd las re turntd to her home in Louisville lIe WII a a ocinpanied home by her sisters MrsW J Russell and Miss Btssi Campbell Mr W F BJ bke4 isoo the sick list i1i s Toai tl ml idty is spend ing a few du s in Louisville Mrs Goo Tucker asd Mrs Leon Allen urn in Louisville this week Miss Ellen allien is in Louis vii Ie pjrdhiiMiug miJliiiCry Mrs KussoH is visiting rela ties in Cincinnati nlotMrs lR Shuliz av re urn1 ed fr in a visit to friends at Gravel Switch Statement of theIOwnership Manage ment Circulation Etc cf the N ws Leader published wteklyat Springtield KeiiVucky required by the Act oif August 24 1912 Name ol Elit rs Joseph Polin K yfpIlngtieldyNne and Joseph Polin Spring id Ky Business Managers Tas R Noo and Joeph Polin Publishers Jas R Noa and Joseph Polin Noc Pulin Springfield Ky Joseph Polin Sworn to and subscribed me this BOth day of beronI 1912 Chas 11 Noitrc Public My commission expires Jany 10 i j I i BUY FURS lowlAn- d I WlMB Save 20 per cent on your PurcBp 1 One of the leading Furriers of the country has just shipped us a LARGE r 1 ASSORTMENT the v I NEWESTSTYLESMUFFS 4V I I II 7 1i our selection from allowing us the privelege of I lot until Oct 25th Now is a splendid chance toT assortment of furs that carried the dealan equal to By large large cities As a special inducement for ypu to make your r ff between now andthe 25th we will allow you LIBERAL tIIinspectt 1 from regurla pYices i 1 1 stock of Ladies and Misses tailored Suits C never larger and mo r attractive and in atsandDeSSI IICur to bi yearly n we willmake SPECIAL LOW t We are showing a very complete line pf Fall Dress Goops Silk Hosiery Gloves Underware EtcEand would like tohvethepieasureofshmngyotthrougK I THE ROBERTSON 8LYBBOOKE GO c I iNCORPORXTD I 4m t GL 0 r p rGrSStzn BIJrIou COALI- H I WOW I H X t m ANDr SAVE MONEY II Beginning August 1st 1912 we will fiUt 11 cYour Coal House With High Grader IIfENNESSEECOAL at I 1 Car or iStndo1veredId lt I 80 Ibso the bushel 11- IIIITHECOALDEALERI l wE at Qta E J 4 NO SPOOKS FOR MUGGINS Was Afraid of Nothing He Could derstand But Apparition Was Too Much for Him tI Muggins goes to camp with his fell every summer oh the shore of a large Inland lake and one of the bulldogs favorite amusements here Is In chas- Ing the tiny chipmunks which throng the woods He never was known to capture one but this docs not In the least dampen his enthusiasm for thet pifrsult Jt is amusing to watt gins hustle onoof these Uny cudup into a big tree and then sit pa tlently at Its foot waiting for his prey to come downwhIch It quite often does but on the opposite side of the trunk whence tt scurries away to pas tures new while poor deluded Mug gins all unaware of its escape sita gazing intensely upward In wideeyed anticipation of his quarrys reappear ance Muggins desptsoswater but onoday In his eager rush for a chipmunk he was over Lbs bank before ho knew It and landed kerflop on his back with such force as to send him way below the surface Disgust spoke from every feature of his expressive countenance as ho hastily scrambled ashore Once as Muggins master stood fti tile boathouso on the lake shore and saw hU favorite trotting toward him a mischievous thought cede to him and ho prepared to surprise the Innocent bulldog Hastily cutting two round holes tor his eyes in a big papqr flour bag which lay at hand he pulled It down over his head and shoulders and doubled over so as to look alto getor unnatural Jnst as Muggins en tered the door ho sprang forward with a dismal boo and the dog who fears nothing on the face of the earth which he can understand jumped backward rending the air with 4 series of distracted barks then tore wildly away on a race for his life without even a backward glance at awful upparikloHi Ho did not stop at camp it flifd into a field far above whore he installed himself In the open and continued bis excited barkin f or over three hours when tie was flnniy coaxed back to fluarters by tJS i pcntant tormentor j I Reliablalldh d Comprehensiv6Te ephone Ser iI Is necessary to conduct successfully a business enterprise The Cumber f land Telephone and Telegraph Company gives you a universal service that ii local connections with all citizenln your town and Long Diatonce con nections to all outside important cities and towns you get ezoctly what you pay for Call our Manager for further information The demand Isi t not for cheap telephone service but for reliable and compreh nlye tele phone service ife4 CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH i p Incorporated r It t =r i J F DANEEOOLD Pros and Treas YJ F DAN EHOLD Jr Vice Pr s dent El wYM Secretaxt ft Mzyn Street Tobacco Warehotlse Co INC RPORATEDtt IIjfMAIN STREET HOUEINDEPHNDENT DAN N IcovoNHpLD t Ptoprietori I 923 iau Streetbct 9th antoUt LOUISVlLLEKX iStorage FoiirMdnths Freof Chare i i i f I3et iight iin City Auction Salsl BSlflg f iJ But Inspection Returns EroraptIyMadB 5 Mark Your Hogsheads MAIN STREET HOUSE lap rAL NOrlGE Tt TU OBAcCO GROWERS TZIAwi t have not yet received those valuable certificates shduloVwrite at oncfciot J the Main Street v re ousJcm any vvii = Wi Ii c7 ttW11LIN111WTJIBf 15 r Louisville v ttlJardstown Jet 41 Bjirdstown Spriugpeld J k5 n = South No 41 aily CxSun JV6s 4f 11 J III Ark III ov flaily Lx Sun 730 h45 LJ ff North Botsiid ItNO44 115 300 10Lye 5 Il- 1PJI tIIt 1F 84O SIi 11ohr viT w I jtIIMJ TRIBUTE TO THE PRESS or J MIKES AN APPEALb TO PUBLIC CMrm burin i Dmncf illl CIIfIIp cahI DItM fern if flit DayII JetaM N CasasVa eewaty efcalrataa r the tate eaatsfm tecraUGII cptilag pAir tQ the ceafennceef carters f the Democratic press of 1tuck1at Louisville on Saturday ept 2tkjapae as tallow JQatt ea at tILe Democratic Press of KeatBcky I feel melt honored la having you M mj guests today and want to ortblllL leavlag your aeaes aad business and fe lg her te4ay to kttead this cen fere eeV The eceafon that arjags ua Jtegetaer fer aautual couasel and de lis aaittsat Si La1 Ju4n entv aa epkkIp ae aay SORt IB the Bis 51fvi att TH De ecratlc party tke party ef the peeple at which you gentlemen riSLay the eye Ute auIcertatejy tke ateataplece Is ea trial etsre tste werti fer Its exlateace Cttoaisiat with ta life of the Demo cr4jezty are ear free Ustltutfoas f titetetetayee fir fern ot gpvera 4 auet Md tkiateppertaalty life kljejetjJeaiU Mna w4er ear tarp tJpeft mt tkeagkt aa aaalyaU J ftaeafc lwll agree that tate is aot a4 cacgerate4 sfte eat aai that tfce late ml ae two the aatlen and the tiIIHrav party are laseparably till MeItHI polter1t7the PsaiecraUo press ef KeaUcky a pUee la tke Hall ef Fame If aot ia kSSsVfct 8uf ia grateful memory ferwii uptrietlc service that you wiDI rat te year state aid C rat CtrJHtl couatr7I Tkrevgk yur ageacy our times have caaagH aid art changing with i r 4He rafMIty It aaa a rectIBt rtaiK Ni iar aavlreaattat sad the tpsmtjgair that ateuli our dally WSpTtI5Itt7j ol the men sad we Bte4 ftrt leaf see clearly now wfcairu ly sUsaly outllaed to them affair years ago aa4 te which we iaId Mttl heed We dtd not realize tiiL aa we do now that everya Iaiga Sauaced by the caniI term to wee la elect a deadly the ievelepBent of patriotism in the- 5J Aaericaa people TIle Xepabllcan party Iia responsi ble for tala oendltlbn for it has been i TIlt coBUBercial body out for reve awe eoly aid those interests which coibiitt meet liberally to its sue cHIceIYe4 la retura the largest sneaajire ef preteetioa through the1 pkrrtefeaa ef its UrIX lawa I caDi II kartUy believe that the corporations MKeakeeWee fuew lavr reealte of their liberal cpatributions for I am sara tkat no set of zen could be S5fouid who with that end in view could be suck deliberate traitors to their country Charity and Philanthropy YoHknpw genUeBea Iin the light ef tfcgpjrtiefrt thee even the tioa tl tfiaf sweet word ck apPlIca1 put ea a difereat basis sad now callekpkJlantkropy It Is recognised fey all that the mere giving Hurts and III cripple tile recipient Instead of kelpiair eat atreagtheaing it weakens Saazddeatroys character FUlaataropy la the science of help lug the uafortumate te help them Jselvu Itte aa odloiw thought to Ik- e1irieazpple te take away an Ini4lvW eJa selfrespect When the na 0flout Blad coaae te the low level of tolerating that thoaght we will have lt our atagallceat manhood which J is tke crewalag triumph of tala ceDI tarr aai e ear coaatry- Demecraey Nit Charity When we now code to think about It the t DeatocraUc party does not c waat Ita casapaiga anancei either on aeWriktle orea a paUanthreplcal- baalsT 3feu geatleaata ef the press cajyBak it sealer for the district couaty aBC precinct chairmen if you twill ake ltp1a1aandIasp1retheDe mother with the thought that there t wiiH iap aoney furnlsLad from hsairjartehi to pay aen to vote or pejttelyvtraslateiii there will be no jBoaey for the purpose of seeing taajjtfce yeta is gotten out or for talilas care of tke oaten that the DfjHocraUare expected to vote be cafeethey believe in the principles Cf tker party because they love itv Vtoausf they believe it to be the safest aiii bet exp Mklon of government tar oar country Let UK hope that the shifting of the THpeBsiblllty of financing the caatpaiga from the Interests to the eh ulders ef the people will sund theJ 5kiell of peanut politics J r People Are Awakened i tSThe American people hays been so ii MX dptalp1ag ir aaeaa1 reo t okrceir opening miaea laying out railwaySaad factories and subjugating the rerta ul othergreat a eice necI e1iM1 to promote aodera1civilke 5tion they are just waking up to the fMt that our political parties have tui carrying aa charitable bud Soa so far as our citizenship has Veea ceseeraei which if persisted ia will eveatually enervate and en crave tbwm ot the electorate ftttftiaaM ceaeitlagafl begging bart rA- Deflvws Address to Editors ofI the DlmGcratfcPress of Kentucky rulhthelrIthemselvea and whIch they shoulI Jealously guard as their special per zonal prerogative and privllge Must Face Situation It Is said that the Amrican people love fair play and I believe lIt It Is also said that we are a cOurageous nation I believe that also for one of these conditions can not exist with acolcusela cools let ua aa a people drop preterfse be honest with ourselves and look the situation now confronting us squarely and frankly In the face Tribute to Woodrow Wllcori We have chosen as our standard bearer a man of the highest Intellectual and moral perception and development which ila only matched by his high courage He tells us positively tkat he haa not and will not accept campaign money from Incorporated interests Every one knows that it takes a good sum of money to conduct nation al campaigns We know also that Woodrow Wilson and his Immediate associates ought not and perhaps can aot pay these bills Now having elim mated the corporations and trusts from contributing to the campaign fund if the rank and file do not dls charge their obligation to themselves and their party by contributing toI this fund what has the national com mittee left to look to there is only one close left that Is the rich People Should Contribute Now i warn you in all earnestness that if these campaign expenses are left to be paid by a limited number of rich people instead of by all the people the country will not be im proved to any great extent There will simply be a shifting of the scenes The demagogues will hold forth and inflame the masses against the rich and you know gentlemen of the press that would not be fair play Mutt Not Breed Discontent We do not want to take a step that would breed hate and discontent between th6 rich and poor throughout the land Also it is manifestly clear that if the few pay this debt they will be depriving the many of the unusual and rare opportunity of further deep cuing and broadening their natures and increasing their love of country If there is not love of country in ai mans heart something of an oppo ItillPlacetry which Is another word for anar chy It is only byservlce that we can increase our love for home for man kind or for country Service Increases Love We know that the person who helps and serves his friends loves them Also that the man who gives loving care and thought for his family has his nature enriched and blessed by a strong and deep love for home andInewIIn turn will prove the bulwark and governmentIcensured In the past for contributing to campaign funds does n6t fair play DOw demand that the people them selves fill the breach and contribute to this fund Should Respond IKentucky Kentucky is delinquent to the occasion and ratio the sum expected of tier by th national finance committee and the few men who now find themselves om clally In charge should decide to ralsp the money amongst themselves In or der to uphold Kentuckys fair nam abroad what would be the result Will these men then and therefore ty charged with bossIsm and domination of the state by money and Its contro by an oligarchy Fair play Is a Jewel I hope you gentlemen of the Kentucky press will reflect upon this a little Woodrow Wilson stands before the nation as a magnificent example of pa trlotlum and exalted courage Let us on our part uphold him with equa energy courage and efficiency and see that he is not left to the humiliation of asking1 his personal friends to pay our candidate out of debt Teat of Pajriotltqi The seasoned politicians laugh at the Idea of the successful fruition of popular subscription Ten years aowe would have agreed with them but gentlemen of the press of Kentucky the Democratic party calls on you to mate it as clear as the noon day sun II subscrlpIUonpatriotic manhood of the country By that test It will be known If the people are really reedy and desirous of tak lug charge of their own government Creators of Thought lam minded to compare you gen Uemen of the prers with an Ijiairu ment that impressed me deeply I went not bug ago with a friend to i Nauret Way Is The BestaVjpiei ieep w AaMrieaa rest we find bloodroot queens root man net s1Oregoa gripcroot andcherrybark Of tlesaDr Lvrede p yeerIc extract which has been fayorably knbwn for I rerlsf yewv He eelM it GeMea Mede l Discovery This OiMevery Msriies the blood aad toUt up the stomach and the entire J s ls aiiaNe Jre ewa way Its just the tissue bttjldcr Bad tonic you require wes geeerettMC fMa a kr MId grip er f oraonla NO matter how stronr the isimlia Hw pkl h k apt te be oat of kilter at t1es i in consequence iBea4ee4 k dlaordred let the tack is the laboratory for the constant manu r fseesfeeCUeeeV DrPsdeeslDiscoveryVgtheisthesWmaChp L J kieacys te expel the poisons train the body The weak nerv else rwNdewa debilitated ebaditioa which so many people exveriestte et tfeJs time el the year Is usually the effect of yeUeee isi the Woe j It is often iadlcated by pimplea or boi- lseiedg e the kIa the lace bee the blue AUXore than a week ago I was suffering with an awful bodyWrttesMntadvisedbyery JtnM a bottle andlIt did mesa much good that I fOal sale la isylar It U the greatest and best mediclno that IItver tooLUl health L touch better than it was before using yomr tuedlclcp It dues til you claim for it and is 4uiccrS see the operation of the wireless tel egraphy These Instruments that send and receive the message have first to be attuned to each other The Instruments themselves are placed in rooms on top of the high est buildings so that theirs vibrations upon the waves of ether wonM meet with no obstruction and their message be deflected- In tIlls Instance you gentlemen of the press are the operators in the high tower of creative thought nnd influence which guides and makes that Irresistable powerIliblleOph1 Ion Some minds will not be attuned to receive your message lint rost as ured that the good you dowill not die with this campaign Service For Humanty I say how to you gentlemen of tho Democratic press of Kentucky thaMn responding to the imperious summons laid upon you by our great party and by our farsoelng courageous can dldate who will not take the sy road to thn Whlfr rcu vJ bo rerfi r rs h foi hu n d t1C vfio tiv r ong car thanV od tl at this will a blocc Sgb3t Ibut we must fully realize that it is second to none cf the great struggles of the past for the betterm nt of mankind Government by the People Thus farlI have spoken to you about the national campaign and the obligations of the people to finance it so that when the Democratic adminis tration takes hold of the reins of government it will be unhampered by obligations to anyone but the great body of the American people free to hoosf from among them the best men to fin the offices and to advocate the best measures for their protection and relief thereby Inaugurating In reality a government of the people by the people What have said about financing tho national campaign of course apj piles with qual force to the state campaign but fortunately the cost of funning tlr state campaign will be comparatively small Under our plan- o orsaanlVftion feel that the amount nectssJiy will be raised with out much difficulty in the various counties as thp pcoplc seem to appreciate the Importance and necessity ot contributor to this fund and are do lag liberally and cheerfully think we will all agree that the work to be Cone in Kentucky Is to im press the people with the importance of this election and the great oppor tunity of perpetuating Democratic principles and Jo this end to discour age in every way possible apathy anl overconfident Object of Meeting There is no agency and no body of men in Kentucky bettor equipped and qualified toY this splendid service than you gentlemen of the press and for the purrcpe of discussing aid die covering the Lest ways and man to hccomplifih thfce ends we have met today trct tint you will speak vour mlrd fr ly on this occasion and let us have benefit of your experl fiue and tlr ht RESOLUTIONS Adcptfd bv EJtors of the Demo crat fii of Kentucky at a Cnfcrenc HJd Sept 28th In Lcuiei1rjanlzlng the Democratic Ed crial Aasoclaticn of Keeitucky VvhToas lure has lefl In tV ratt 0 iisnizatlon of UK drs Ifi ratio ialers in 1KId drir to those exist ii in cl4hUrinK states and vaercas Tfcv opportunity for j mi or111l ton haB been al fciKd hy action of State lrmiru Jrhia tQ X Camden In cpliiiig lo ctlicr tho members of Dituocratir press of Kentucky and jccecls anrt advantage of such an organ zatlon has long been felt In this state therefore be It Resolved That an organiza tion of the Democratic press of Kentucky be and Is hereby made at this mpetiri today under the name of the IVinocratic Editorial Assoclattn of Kentucky be it further HfsolvcJ 7t wo appreciate the oriortuni e tied by J N Camdm the ei iuct courageous and tar4 rcn ctate mrlin chairman t f thf imocrallo party in callip vs tCI titer tcda and bo It finVrr Rpncl Th we thank hlui for his i r Hon and attitude toward tbF fBct the state and oupMwla ift P riorracy of lCeiiticyr r tb course of the state eCatral nnd csecotlVe corn mittens in srtng Johnson N Qaruden as tJlr chairman of the campaign eitteo in the c1tion of Oiocratic president and that we prently appreciate the opportunity he lie so graciously acc rdd to tli9 rresof Kentucky in taking he Initial stop which has brought us together Hf3Specifctonc Show me some tiaras please Wabtone for my wife lYcs sIr About what price esli JJDoBbe ta myjwJfe Ohrstms Uecklr i T T AN HOUrtS WALK You Would Hardly Think It Must Traveling 8 253 MUM Have you ever t ought of thp dis tance you travel hen you are out on an hours strep Possibly1 700 walk three miles Mrhln the hour but- that does not by 4y means represent the distance you javeL The earth turns on Its axJverr twentyfour hours For the et of round figures roe will cull the e jjjhs circumference MyeImiles In the axialDOti the earth- nut this is not aim The earth makes n journey around Isun every year nnd n long but Iii itidItrIp ItiL The distance of our ilapet from the sun we will put at 02OJO000 miles This Is the radius of ti earths orblt ulf the diameter of tlietclrcle aa we call It The whole diameter is therefore 184000000 the circumfer ence being mllesiE multiplied by 31410 Is 000 This amazing distance the earth trav Iels In Its yearly journey and dividing It by 365 we find dally speed abput lfiSO000 Then sejf the distance you rode around te sun during your hours walk dlvllilt again by twenty four and the result Is about 00000 miles But this ity jipt the ebd of your hours trip The sin with Its entire brood of PlnnmOTlng ID8 acat the rate of li oo00000xmllee ffa a year That is n he rate of a little more than 43800 piles a day or 18 0 miles on hou J go adding yolirj three miles of leg travel to the boms axial movement of the earth this ot jthe earths orbital Journey and tha s siln to the earths excursion wlthtttialnun and you find you have traveled kin the hour 85J22S ii3 It Rush n Thing The young man treezed Into the old Q ans library met your d hter be announc at n fiftn airenue reception afterIJlOlITlii1 old man In ned to his card In jcsIAll club tni he old man Make it mid Ill at the wedding haw an eivaJft tent at the other iitmirSIt vis s IIrtlt I Tula II a snappy ligi lilt hlln11 An 0 j t Listen 1lI Ira Bobba severely nnish you Pleaite ola Pc aiimSWIII fr Johnny beginning tocrv 1I1lr1IIllr t door neighbor say that liul mi jint irlty over you and wniit hr in tfy on getting a spank Ing Clime lurel IrToledo Blade It erent Daughter Sinn is your wish dear parents thai milil mnrry the rich old lirewer rl eut although he Is severity years on Mother But he Is vulyslxtv Iu iir Sixty Tell him o ask me npnli ii ten years Meg tlIdrftV liIiII Se Taught nit tlth1 fi tiiuh you to kiss my 11untlr situ llIn Not neesa uy si- rritittts hI learned London t1 us fry f ie xeiiKililt Ut us icy t he poem tutiHl Ief lid ttry to he tuir tIIrl ikns riot t kcouragrd- Rlilbs Ue niitlnn of flints freliivtcirt innii vnx miiili IcrKer IhrtB e lire Sioiilis Well jr my part would iiiuli rather le n runt than tle itreilt HUII III dtlllltill UtnJ Tbewest Yell It Is a tnii rlt deepest concern to llie IliilnililiiIiJ Imiiilrvr to kuor ttlini veil ttlu ilectoral college has j ndnptiHl Oejri Henry Payne assures lie that It wll e TRah rub nub lecToRalNi4 York Mall I achabift IU just Ion my hair You should hit n seen ho feelingly be kissed It last nhdtfisuppose yo were looking at him linnnli the key Sonrlre Ii- ollIA JJSe Bad Ihln nee or yon can find life wcrtb livlis In nch small town Oh Its no p had We probably have lust thy scandals here as tinre urv In r v nelahhorbood Ch also lie tuil a IdjVe Worth Itk peolIeilen su re thC1re not Ukely to be of fended at tiIlMt from the Washington Star didnt thatjim complain when you linrved Ir a hroken appoint iniisir No replitil the dentist He said lirenkhiu nn a xiliitnieut with me vartli every i in trt jAQuttion of Title After imotli season said Farmer forntosHel guess well have a Hief Uii n cl f asked his wit iuf n iian with a big enough w iiinilrv 10l the soup a dIrer Put naiie iv ry day Washington eiir Subsid- yI so uiwi the newspapers lxitn suli itlit Vhat does a subsidy lrumml4 sulislilv Jpraee is where give f fur pi lip to see your mother flleiidiof huvi c tier come to see youN Judge Tu ence Savto Menulruws tie chemist st2 a DL- Jfwo iunurtI ot bhurbcfnate of IIOdl for the wifusi itdlKCHtloU at this time io night when igluxs of hOt water does Jusl as rell1 Sandy hastilyi WceL weil Chunks jjir the ndvlcel no t nichtlJiersohs efjntdPa hopeful what does a It cjirte meanTM Thefufhcr dlii not know but be did not wish to Kllny his Ignorance It minus he explained that taerfttlI- lnnK eatiuy a lunch wagoLIIIs rhiinge Wldded hIss j Wlte So yoh dont like aiy MW dress Well jm not surprised Toe haveut hIt IP taste that 1 fcave Husband nin UtlcallyiOnr aarriage proves that miiduu Telegraph 4- a i HOW JUDGE STUBBS GAVE AID hllanthreile Act That Turned Out Well Really Had Its Root In Selfishness Judge George W Btnbbs waa fond if telling a story about himself which Illustrated he said that sometimes we hold out the helping hand to a lena fortunate brother In thhope of ben ifltlng ourselves Shortly after J was married ho 1a14 I MUM la Cindnnatf and begin the practice of law there I bad cozyhornanaoylna neighbor On Sunday after noons whea I expected to rest this neighbor would with his friends be come extremely bolsteroui decided educaUonwi investigation that the troublesome fPborwu wasliTinghiswIfThe aelghbbr who had aroused mo to aetloc waa Invited with his wife tho4tnnr andIneighbor showed signs of awakening and Isnggested that he go to work I obtained employment for him in a fan factoryJobother positions but he did not sntt- o sUck Then as a last resort f got him a place aa a brakeman on the railroad The man had found his call ing In that work He hrs tir l with It eYer since and is now general 01IHe has visited me a number of thankAt1msaid that I was responsible for his htlphhafternoonIadianapoIfs LITTLE FATHER ON PARADE Tolstoys Pen picture of the Ruler of All the Russia Flattering Is by fto Means Hiring dismissed Blblkov NIc- hol a with a sense of duty well ful atIthe clock and went tQ get ready to go out Haying put on a uniform with epaulet orders and a ribbon he went out into the reception hall where personsmenInnecked dresses all standing in the places assigned to them awaited his arrival with agitation He came out to them with a lifeless look in his eyes his chest expanded his stomach bulging out above and below its bandages and feeling every bodys rue tremulously and obse quiously fixed upon him he assumed an even more triumphant air When his eyes met those of people he knew remembering who was who ho topped and addressed a few words to them sometimes In Russian and ometimes In French and transfixing them with his cold glassy eye list sued to what they said Having received all the New Teat congratulations he passed on to church God through his servncu the priests greeted end praised Nlcn alas Just as worldly people did ana weary aa he was of these greetings and praises Nicholas duly accepted them All this was as it should be because the welfare and happiness of the whole world depended on him and though the matter wearied him he stlU did not refuse the universe his assistance From Tolstoys Had Murad Reconciliation aboutIpainting romances was once told It was in connection with his portrait of Mary Garden as Thais which was ex hibited Ina Fifth avenue window There the story goes his grandfather James J B Haggan seeing the picture in the WIndow was so delighted with it that he wished to buy It 1m mediately and offered 10000 for it not knowing the artist was his own grandson who had been spurned on acrount of his artistic tendencies The offer was made through Miss Garden and eventually raised to 25000 Then the artist and the cruel grandsire were reconciled on the spot the artist meanwhile accepting the 25000 cheek with a moreinsorrowthanlnangtir ex prusioa It was a very nice story but there was only one trouble with it It was not true In any particular IMartian Canal Doubles In Size Observations show that the Martian tewInorth front the gulf of the Titan acrosa the equator and far Into the northern hemisphere of the planet A apIseparating the twins being somewhat more than a hundred miles This dou bling of certain Martian canals at car tain seasons is one of the proofs held to support the theory that the canals are of artificial construction Precocious Youth A teacher discussing the wildani aaala to be foundin the middle states asked her pupil to name some of them To her surprise one little fellow calmly suggested Lions and tigers But where are they to be round Johnnler In the menageries was the quiet reply Rook Dohta Good books are treasures andjthey should be handled with the greatest of care by everyone Here are a few rules that should be observed Never drop a book upon the floor Neverjurn leaver with the thumb openbookNever turn down pie corners of leaves Never touch a book with soiled or damp knell Always place a large book upon table before opening it aI Never pull a book from the shelf b the binding at the top but by the back Never close a book with a pencil bulkybitwisit GrunT Det forget the od oats cabbages n help keep biddys alol tunjr tte timp rf year t EXPRESSION IN MODERN HAND Denotes Thoughtfulness to the Observ er as Well as Some of the New Virtues Is no doubt thlthe expres IThere the hand In higher civilized changed in a hundred years said an observant woman the other day quite as much as that of tho face The perfect hand of the paint ers says Richard Pryce in his novel Christopher the Hand Beautiful of convention lacked subtleties Now these subtleties may be precelved any night at any dinner table where Su togetherThe hllndIing for the arts especially that musIc Tf yoU took an audience at one of the classical concerts and ex amlned their hands you would hardlj find one of the old blunt squarefin gered brutal type among them Sit Henry Irving had beautiful and essen usedthemtin athissome great sceneso expressive were they of his emotions In medieval times thekinddays belonging to a high school teach er or a celebrated physician Yet Mt l tualhandsIn spite of her superfine and modern emotions contrives to treat the hero very shabbily These modern hands with all their subtleties are therefore not to be triisted Indeed their very complexities are a snare to the wary observer NEVER FIGHT WITH BURGLARt Upset AwayTPoliceman ever bunt a burglar Make IDont frighten him away Upset slam a door Almost all burglars carry revolv Irs of the finest kind A pete maD or safe blower the most dangerous kind of criminal usually carries an automatic revolver as it gives the quickest action Every householder should have a weapon In the house but he should Ufetr ous A rafesslonal or expert burglar win n r shoot unless to avoid cap tire A safe blower will shoot at a policeman or any Intruder as for captu cancans a long term In prison H Special Officer Edward Brophy expert made these statements the Pittsburgh Post It is only on the very rarest occasions that bo can be Induced to talk about himself but it Is a fact that ho is a crack shot ofIweapons and has a collection of them at his home ranging from little baby hammerlesa revolvers to huge Win Chester rifles a shot from which will IJhtaYIIbeen Interested in guns bad has ta ken special pains to learn about the guns burglars and other criminals carry School Land Ship One of the features of their public school training which the boys of Ber Ijn Germany enjoy most is the land ship on which young sailors go through a regular dally training The Iltls Is the name of the land ship which hIlS been built and which has a crsw of 120 boys The larger boys act as officers When they are at work on the land ship the boys dress in mid dy blouses and caps There Ia gun practice on the land ship every day and a naval drill and all the usual work of a ship Is done by the boys They have the greatest fun In climb ing the spars and hoisting the sails and life on the Iltla is so popular that there are always more applicants for the crew than there are plates to be filled Value of Good Manners The woman who amounts to any thing these days must have good man theIherself or business for her firm will l have a llot easier time be more Isuccessfullt she lias acquired personal unfortunate manner net tralizes the good a woman does The capable woman need not grow slack in her work because she leads not drives because she iis soft of voice suavo of tongue kndly of heart and gracious tb all The reason most of the women art otherwise than suave Is that the turmoil of life gets the upper hand They let their nerves go and good breeding follows Honor Utterer of Epigrams The Japanese are great admirers of eiIgruiiis and apt phrases Their love of such thing la carried so far that ualIis then mounted end hung on the as a permanent addition to Its ornaments much as wo might hang up a text or motto Naturally the author ota Jon mot trectcd In this way feels himself highly honored to be thus placed on record lint the sentences are selected moro tom their wisdom than their humor so that tne funny man Is not mucb In evidence Cases of Poetic Justice That was a case of poetic justice when a Jury of women In San Francis- Co were called upon to pass on the fit of a mans clothes A certain tall or In that western city wed a custo mer for money due for clothes Tho customer pleaded tha the suits did not fit and asked tot trJury of women to decide the Important p tntTJIe 12 good women and true who from their own experience were no doubt eminently qualified to pass on the fit of clothes found for the defendant It must have afforded them Infinite satisfaction to know that after all the sarcasm with which their husbands treated their own troubles with dress experiencesIlhOUld women and their dressmakers 1n San Cisco and all the jjoke colt temt engaging theme have been ran =L5r i et I Li1rtlII iiI ALCOHOL 3 IER CENT A ih- di flessasWtaTasi500 OtnuMtp rlrLOT NcoTIc ii n Sa 4 ir ApnctBetnrtly1orQ tIonSourSItDLrteQ52U IU3sSandLOSSOILEEP aew t Exact Copy of Wrapper It i f Read what Cardui did for Miss Myria of Faribault Minn She me tell you how much good Cardui has done young girllI always had to sufferso much with all kind of pain Sometimes I was so weak that I could hardly stand my eel I got a bottle of Cardui the drug store and as soon as I had taken a few doses I began to feel better I feel well as anyone caiu ICARDUI TAKE Are yotFa woman 2 Then subject to a large number of troubles and peculiar women which In time often lead to more serious trouble A tonic Is needed to help you over the hard places to relieve weakness and other unnecessary pains the signs of weak nerves and For a tonic take Ctrdui the womans tonic You will never regret t it for it will certainly help you Ask your druggist about it He He sells it- Vfrttt to Ladto Advfcorr Dot Chattanoon Medicine Co Ctiattanoorc Tens for Sptttat ItatraSuu Mg MMe book Hose Treatment lor Women sent ireeJ f- 4L f I 4 YOU That will be asked you almost dnny by business uterI seeking lanPBKK MxlllAir bruehet UoodrOSrflONS under reasonable conditions Bookkeeping Bookkeepers au over DrapghonaNewfrom 25 to 50 per cent In work and worry Shorthand Practically nil U S cia court reporters write the System of Shorthan Draughon Colleges teach Whv Because they know it LiAC est S orMeawab mr Teaa or Paducah Ky or j II Pigs and an alfalfa held are goou company Every brooder holding an annual palo should build a sale pavilion Theres nothing llkealfalfa hay to keep the brood sows in good condi ton Blanket warmly and brush well to thoroughly clean and stimulate the skin f Took out for draW nnder and throuslj the floors Thejr are about the worst kind Hore of hair should be clipped now just before the new hair starts It Is seldom necessary to grind corn for w6rk horses unless they old and have poor teeth Quick latelllgent attenqon will often Eave lamb a pair of them And often the ewe aa welLIToo much corn haa caused the loss of many a fine fitter of pigs and often the loss of the sow aswell weak ertbaiy the oiher and would die U not assisted to ilourishmcnt- A tablespoonful of oilmeal diy for each givenT reguarly la a sensible addition to th ration Breed your hogs ai much higher than a kerogene barrel as you like but do not losealght of quality Silage Is u6t aa well adapted to horses as It Is to cattle but novo theless it is on excellent roughage rs1scrubgr eDut there sic M so vaay of them If a sow is tteUeM W whca the pigs aarslwr exaatieA th9 pigs for sharp teeta if aay arer found file them oC- U Is a that cattle will never be cheep apJct it cure ly seems that sunk le based on good grotaWLs r i CASTORIAPorThfants The Kind YouHIYei r Always6ought Bears th Signatur of t 4 J w I 111 I use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIAvas ernJ Young Women Engler SaystLet 1eAsa on at Today as the- WomarisTonlc 11Iyottare irregularities to heUtche overwork knows WANTa OB11 Iquestion tireMOreputattonBaDllt offi 1krsDRAUGHON PRACTIGAI BUSINESS GOLLEGEINashville KsMmlle I 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