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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v r r 4 o FFESTABLSIIED Jtt t r 1 it 4INI8831 k I 1 t t I 1ERIESVOL XIX NO WA HlNGON COUNTY KENTUCKY OCTOBER 17 4 I t ff f i IfI Ii 444j TO THE JEW FIRST Mark vlv 2430 Matthew viii 513 QctSQ fIOMHStEJS general confusion r C liinbhsst Gods people respect IngYtli relationship between r the Gospel of Christ and the Jewish nation and between the Jewish nation und all other nations The Bi v4 ble tells that until the coming ot I Christ yea until three and a halt years after Jesus died arose and as cended the Divine dealings were con fined to the Hebrew race STbe rtjole world Is involved in the penalty bat came jipon Father Adam because of his disobedience under Dl vine sentence as being unworthy of everlasting life or relationship with 7GOd The Jews were no better than the remainder of the race so tar as the Scriptures tell but God having from the tlrst etermln I edtopravideaIte deemer for man kind through p whose Kingdom nil 5the world should ultimately be bless ed and have the 1 privilege of return r ito Divine favor 4JrrmadQa selection of Abrahams poster ty because Abra ham was n noble Comeiiut a rercrcn 3 char cter w 110 seHal amMle faith In God was thus rewarded As oon as the limit of timeexpired- v Gpd manifested His favor toward the Gent lea by sending the Gospel to Cor ncllus a reverential holy and pcner Since then Gods savors to the Gentile as to theOusientue nlddle down wail of partitionS from tills standpoint that we rend tbe Apostles statement It1S Gospel of Christ Is preacljed to creature under heaven He did not mean norwould it have been true that the Gospel had been pro Apostlefstrlo ell tree to he preached to every creature under hcaVen no matter what blq no longer confined toJtauobnlltyltlS vow whoever baa oH m hc nr the goo- Message d toE Whoeter bears to neept GOfl gracious Message let him present his bdM n tlrinp snrrlflrx holy and accep tVbte through Christ Romans xll U The SyroPhenlclab woman of our study was a Qrreknot a Jewess rfer I dauKhter wan possessed ot an evil spirit Slys bikini that Jesus was near Ithe border or Jrfdon and she sought Him out Imploring that He would castt out he lemon BufcJpus stId 1o the woman Let the b M1first be filled for It Is not Pro ertoTf lm the childrens bread nud cast lCT understood tb force oftfChfdOtSlt The Jews cia ied people nnd the Gen tiles were styled Gentile because they Jutfl never been In ctOJS1 with Godnnmretatlnnshlp t thp poor womans fnlth In Jesus and her desre for the relief of her daughter mo eder to prc her case and she ansjren lj Yen Lord but till dotrs eat of the childrens crumbs Jesus jreniled For this saying go thy way tiieytfetfll rcQneont of thy daughter Fib rof the rruirtb her nUb prevailed 1 odayjbe Israel of God to whom be ige gall the blessings and promises and fnOrR are the Spiritual Israelites ofscthrouJb full consecration andi th imputation of the merit of Jesu sacrifice begotten of the Holy Spirit ar jemljpro sons of God inheritors of th Divine nature and KlnJdomIThe Centurions Servant Healed 1alestlne was subject to tIle Roman Empire and little garrisons of Roman soldiers were StiltJODCd hero antI there usually un der a Centurion One of these knew of Jesus mighty works and when his faithful servant fell sick he went Jesus asking for healing This was another Gentile dog desiring a crumb from the childrens I 00 one W table i end MDMth The Centurions i filth our Lord declared was superior it anything that He had found amongst t 1f tie Ism elites He got his request Jesus took the occasion to say that c the Isnielltctv vlu wore counting so inuclr on Jlirir rrltiMonshlp to God ns findbhenfaplivfc irnjitly mistaken Being he Ihlftlreu of Mintluim did mean that hey woiilil liate sjuilal privileges but bese thiy wire riijovlhg and not np treclnlini f Godtnok out of their nation the Is raelltHs Imlitd iiionntliiip the rest ivere liliuil d nod fur the ast eighteen enfnrlcs He tins lei completing the Elect Klnptloin Cliurfli out of all na tarn Hut HIC si iitng none except uQh nln hivi tie TalHi und obedience of AhnUiam mid the spirit of Jesus w yerwiliilww the S4riptures most clearlyJilfhiiv HUll the Jews are still II hefrs of n forrnln iroiiilse whlfh In due tlnfH Jyjll iiime t them To tlirm iIir1llII prwit privilege of being the foremost natinn amongst metr dur ing MetwluhK gtnrlons nljin when the ChurchXpIorined spiritualized will bo with Him In His Throne j J Insect Bile Costs Loft t Ajpoaton man lost his leg ftom the bite of an insect two yearsbefore To andbitesSalve promptly to kill the poison and preyent inflammation swelling and pain Heals burns boils ulcers piles centsIat HaydpB Jc Robertson r T itJ I TIlE I NI31SLIJ4DI3RJ i t J 42SPINGFIELDj 19J2lLOO1pEIEA TtII HudsonHobbsI In the presence of a few rfriends and relatives Miss Ida Belle Budson and Dr Charles E Hobbs were united in marriage at the home of the bride on Forest street yesterday afternoon at a oclock Rev T J Potter ere1Messr8BGeorgSOlth titerson and for the past few yearsI has ben employed by N H Putnam1 fc CO She is a bright and attrach e young lady Dr Hobbs came to Lebanon from Keyel Ky over a year ago and has sincesucccessfully practicedf his profession here attention to business and gentle manly bearing has made for him many friends Dr and Mrs Hobbs left on the 344 pm train for a few day visit in Louisville Lebanon Falcon Sad Memento IMr J T McGrath brought to this office Tuesday a funeral notice of his uncle Lteutenmt James A T McGrath who was kifedat the battle of Perry ville just 50 years ago that day on October 81862 Lieut McGrath was a member Company A Fifteenth Kentucky Regiment and his body was taken from the battle field and carried to Shel byville his home where the services for the dead were held unday afternoon October 12 Heading the notice is the eaglel Stripeswithowtbe cut is printed Give me the dedthof those Nvhojfor theircountry diesAnd 0 be mine like their reposec when cold and low they lie Their loveliest mother earth enshrines the fallen brave In her sweet lap who gavp them birth they fipd their tranquil gravel Harrodsburg Herald Mai Carriers WillFIy Thisis a age oi great discoveries Progress rides on the air Soon we may see Uncle Sams mail carriers flying in all directions transporting malieo pie take a wonderful interest in a dis covery that benefits hem Thats why Dr Kings New Discovery for Coughs Colds and other throat and lung diseases is the most popular medi cine in America It cured me of a dreadful caughH writes Mrs J F Davis Stickney Corner lifter doctors treatment and all other reme dies had failed Excellent for coughs colds or any bronchial affection Price 50c and 100 Trial bottle free at Haydon Robertson Advertisement Local Option Petition in Shelby ShelbyvUle Ky Oct 12 This morning the local option IthIthe County Judge asking for special lection on D cern bar S under the county unit law Men day rs county court day and Judge Gilbert will decide whether or not an election will be held Twenty fiye per cent of the voters ineach precinct are re quired bofore this call fill an election will be made and tle local option people feel sure their petition will be granted fur an election on December 5 rThe Ctxtise of Many Sudden Deaths There is a disease prevailing in this country mostdangerous because so deccn tive JJany sudden rdeaths are caused by itheart dis ease pneumonia heart failure oi apoplexyarc often the result of kid ney disease II kidney trouble ie Allowed toadvance tliekidneypoison ed blood will at pftheI scdiniejitthe p back dizziness sleeplessness nervous eakdOVDnJwasrcsu1tfronl ndbetterlj quickest by a proper treatment of thekid inabiJitytoholdpassing and Overcomes that unpleasant necessity througbthethe night The mild and immediate effect g remedyJringIl SwampRoot is pleasant to take and is fiftycentnndOI1edolJari sample bottle and a book that tells all about it both sent free by mail Address YW11cnwriting genfpalanySwanfp Ifoot and dont let a dealer selli iou somethig place at SwampRoot if you doysu will he disanrininted EDUCATORS r Wanted By Uncle Sam to Fill Important Positions Washington Oct 12The United States Bureau qf Educa tion has saveral responsible po sitions open for h ghclass edu cators according to a recent an ouncewent of the Ciyil Service Commission The positions are Specialist in rural aducation at a salary of cfCOO and a collec tor and mpileriOfatal istics a t 2400sThe man who fills the first named position will have to fpossess a thorough knowledge off rural conditions He must be- a graduate of a college or unj versity of recognized standing3 he must have studied the theory off onewyear and had at least three year practical experience in educa tionalwork It is also suggested that experience is a pubil c speaker desirabje since the specialist will trave a considers be p riof his time in the interest of rural e ucation Above all be must be a firm believer in the possibilties of c untry fj and he must be an enthusi ast on the betterment of rural schools T heman who tills this position will be an important factor in the vigorous campaign t lat the Commissioner of Education is waging for the advance ment of rural education The collector und compeer of statis tics will be chief of the Division off School Administration in tthe Bureau of Education at Wash i ington He will be expected to ieep in close touch with scho 0- 1uperintendents throughout the ountry and must have had at least three years experience as superintendent of city schools The examination for specialist in rural education will be belt October 19 that for collector and compiler of statistics Octo bnr 20 What Makes a Woman One hundred and twenty pounds more or less of bone and muscle dont make a woman Its a good foundation Put jiito it health and strength and j tlatsjustThousadds bless them for overcoming fainting and dizzy spells and for pelling weakness nervousness back acke and tired listless worn out feel noiworldDepew Okla and I thank you with all my heart for making such a good medicine Only Site Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson Advertisement What Good Roads Mean to a Community First Uie mean a decreased expense in hauling produce 10 market and in getting goods home from town A farmer in Sullivan Tennessee in 1908 bad to haul barded wire from Kings port to Bristol a distance of twenty five mils He found that with a twohorse team tjie largest load he could draw was 500 pounds and that three days were necessary tornuke the trio To haul oneton therefore took twelve days which re honed at three dollar a day tot man and ram was an expense oi thirty six do la s A bond issue was finally made and the strip of r dover which he had hauled he wire wits improved so that the same team can haul a tori to the load and make the round tiipin tvodavs atico4tot six dollars In Madison County Trnnesse befora the roads were ynpro ed a h1le of cotton vaswe load for a team Now the pam citri haul ten bales to tIlt oad iu less two Pisure it out pecond good roads improve farm vaups A farmer in Lee County Virginia cwnfid a tract if me hundred acres which he offered for 1800 In 1908 tllid road past his farm was improved tnd though he fought the im provement he has since refused 3000 for this place tin his same road a tract iincreased from GOVO to 9000 in value after he improvement of the high vay Third road improvement means better access to schools and better schools It means he faiilitiioni1ofth0 rural Thaijii fvice whch Is now seriously htmpirel in miny places byltb c ti mrTiecounry lessening of the cityw rd drift truralt population Let ud have more good road They are worth while Soutrern Agn rl culturtstS How To Keep s k Keep the windows cfijsed ally the time especiallv en you sleepfresh airwouldep you healthy Keep the snnshine ou of your home bhineI I Never take a deep 3reatbT that would give your lungs some needed exerctse and besides yap might rip a button off your vest Dontdisturb the Iiityoull miss a lot of filth if you dotEat any kind of food regards less ot its uuiritive va csaW dust and excelsior re good fillers Swallcw your too without hewing ityour ston ach has no teethuEit irregularly by uaeans keep your stcmach disi rdered Never take a b4h oap and water are enemies of d ease Get very little sitpyour nervous system will soon col lapsel under the strain Drinkany old v ter thsdirtier the better jc Ill very on en find typhoid in Witer Keep a dirty house dirt and d sease go hand in la d Ifr you get diphtheriir didnt use ntiloxinantitoxin will dure it If you ant smallpo dont get vaccinated Dont be perticular bout our milk supplvtbat a g 6d way to yet sick anti to keen the body sick Chicago HealU Bulletin RussellSmil A wedding that c mes as a great surprae to jfje many ffriendsof the bride irjT Lebanon was the marriage of Miss El za bbth Russell of this itv to Mr James Urey Smith of Princeton Ky which was soldi jizad Mon day at the reside of cf Father Kaffo in Louisvill j Father Rntfo pronouncing th ceremony The bride is the daui itt Of MI S A Russell and i one of the handsomest and brig test young lad en of Lebanon he groom is a member off a prominent t Pi inn too ffamily ad is the leading druggit o that city Mr and Mrs Sin th pent Tues day night aid Wednsday lucre leaving for Pnncel n Wednes lay night Lebanon Falcon f reLehauon G l B6ele diet e h lro thin morning010112Mrsf tint ties of agn r 84ih year Her tned by a fall wh 11she suffj ed a few 1iys ago Pier bus bind tj whom she vns married j sixty years agoand six children survive The fuiu al will b1 hed hre tomorrow Quite ti in There are per in cities many of them wti rdszarda farm as a place rb when you have money enougl o spend a good deal livitir y 1when you can afford to own p op Tty at an annual loss Hut Itft ruin Frank lie county a fant of 742 acres leased the oli r ay for tiye years for 2iit00 jpnink of it An Annual rent ul 5000fora farm of 742eres to be used for farwin simustselves Few kinds of invest caent3 areaM noid vestments in fertile farming 11in And at such rentals the Tidd place is is piyii g about as jandsorae rei turns to the ret ertiFranl It fort Journal Farm Fot Sale Near Woodlawjl jn Nelson County 125 acres of good land 1st class improvements on a pike and near a II jrR Station iTrittmsi nasv Call on nr siddrASSi Ni Fmton 13s rstown Ky L p rT FINE CROPS A atccordingGiven Out By Commis sioner Newman disFrankfortfinal crop report of the State Agricultural D partment forthe was issued by Commissioner Newman today ItfoflowsthThe crop season closes with corn maintaining its splendid ordition of 941 per cent and is eing safely housed Frost has injured the late corn to some extent especially in Western Ken tucky where thi JoodeJ curidire tions delayed planting last spring Hoever Kentucky will have an unusually good corn crop of splendfd quality considering he disadvantages the farmers had to contend with in the early part of the season Indications point tp the plan ting of the uuall wheat crop 481 per cfnt being sown Oelc ber 1 Tho weather has been favorable for seeding since that date and the averag acreage will bo sown 61 1 per cent of tie rye was in the ground ou the first day of O iiobi UBurleyn Aicelyitionof 918 per c nt lKfeports ofhotvt ill wig t tioe texture aud bright in color Dark tobacco iis Ia arbebrltti farf as cunpg u concerned the tenor of the report is a sal is rac ttory conditionkFeeding cattle ate not num eroiJs723 percent of the aver aye supply is indicated iu the hands of the farmers Hogs are mute numerous but are ulao scarce iii nuiijbar 88 8 per cell is given Wi h a large con crop and a relatively small num her of feeding Cattle and hogs tto consume jt thr Kentucky far me b facing tbts problem either Iof importing cattle and hogs 0 rthexporting corn This depart went docs not hesitate to recom mend tile formerhPasture coudilions have been Iofmaintained during the entirIn season showing a condition of U46 per cent on October 1 Con dition of feeding cat Ie is also gocdas was lo be expected I when pasture conditions were good TOe conditionals J2 3pt ry Cenit Theie has bten such coin plaint from Joss of hogs jy cholera that the depirtujjnt un indertookthe togs of the Slate have been lost by this disease sincei tbuurstufjuly About 40 per ceJt of the counties of Kentucky report ravages by this disease 40 and 50 per cent ofIhe eu ire supplyl being repoitd lost in some counties The csimatu furI the entire State shews a loss of 4 3 prr cent The United S ate S census for 1910 9S9080 hogs inI Kentucky v iued at 6725000 keatimatedt on a basis of 43 per cent it slows 289175 loss to the tar cwersdisase in a period of three woutlisfThe department would like issue u warning uguinst buyidg hOSes andttules and 5m porting them into Kentucky tbpecaly from the Sots of Kansas and Nebraska ut the present time 1he disease diaxnused as cereI brospmal meitingitis is destroy ing tho horses and mules in ihs States in such numbers as tb 70 Years- withCoughs We have had seventy ye rsIof experience with Ayirsl Cherry PectoraL This makes us have great confi denc in it for coughs colds bronchitis weak Jthroatsjarid weak ungsVe want you to have confidence in it as well Ask your own doctor what experience he has had with it He knows Keep Jn close touch with himtt Onoof Ayers Pills at bedtime w can an increased flow ot bile and produce ancntle laxative effeettfie day followhl yourdoctorDose one pill at bedtime just Ore tut r I c eves co Jrwy r choleraIt ca 7jthement would b3 glad to have re ports of loss of any horses or mules that die from suspicious eases especially when accom panied with si mptoms similar to blind siafgers precedLn deathj lIlhe only remedy known is disease so far Is stabliug and dry feeding It Hppoars to he a pasture disease and especially prevalent wher pastures are luxurious and the amount of moisture is great Taken us a whole the final port of the year shows the livestock interests of the Sate spleI1dIdas a rule has a welfilied granary and a geod supply of fodder This promises to make up to him in a pleasure what was lctb- eth small retqrns recehtsd l on Lis wheat crop J W NEWMAN Commissioner of AgricuJturt AGreat Year For Crops Tile October crop report of the nittd States Department of griculture bars out previous estimates that have beaj made the reinarkabls production ofr 19L2 Nearly all the big cereal crop e of such pruporlions us t eak past iccoids In several of the big wheat rowing States the ieiii perncreof v heat ha oem douoled tied iu North Da oto it has increased rum eighliousn ls lar t year to eighteen bushels this ytar Spring w wheatgsIever repotted but the winter wheat is belo v that of the recorctyear 19i 6 The oat crop is big gel by many millions than ever before Corn has made da wj record as has been the se with 1earleyn 1wJbeat It will scarcely benecossaryj to iuipoit potatoes as was done la iistii ave 10b000000 bushels more the twine crop than wasgrowu 1911 The rice crop is alifctle betbw the record production of 1J 1o1but ib larger than laot y pearscrop exceeds tuat of last year but is below that of the recordi ear There will be wore hay in the U nbitedli tongrowifany other ear Tne esti mate ot the tobdcfb crup is 974 UOOOOO poutds In ihe record III lout the crop of last year amount d only to 905109000 pounds wasIOctobtr 1In the States of Illi1 nois Iowa Kansas Missouri Nebraska Texas thdiana1 Ohio Kentucky Alabufui South Data Minnesota Mihigau addj Pennsylvania In tile States of Mississippi Louisuna and Wis 01theil off the other States was not ar below This has been a great j cr lot crop plo ucduu and the abund ance of the substanials ot lifo ou the faVms will bring pros perity to eyery par of the part of the Union There is cause for gereral satisfaction m the rtrnirkable October crop re port Courier carnal Must Pay the Fiddler We suppose the women who r winnI 0ugfor tne county anil 1 50 for the city Certainly they would not like the sheriff to publish their names in the deiuqnenPpdll taxf liatcCynthiana Democrat TocqCrop Troubles Mt Sterling Ky Oct12 Tobacco growers all overCen tral Kentckyand the burley belt have become somewhat dis heartened 1tver the change in the tobacco crop in the curio II sl e and houseburn and fears rc enteriaiued tbaj when the crop iSStripp8dioatitwiUi got Ibe nEar sogotid as bas been pr d itlHtI r h r J rL ROyal 1 Baking Powder AbsoluPure ThOflf J- fromRfaJOmpemr I Adds r1hfll1I Pui1ies= lP41 e b O r ti 1 A Good Joke On The Third Term Candidate When the thtrdterm candidale was on otis of his earlier tou r11j if the West accord ng tan O Iiluhomair who 4s here Lede Iiycred a pyrotechnical speeqhl raIlarge air audience In which ere many owboysandtndItstiLio t was a fervid address The 11m theYferelthe ditionsccojbroke into the speech ith a loud exclamation some thing like this Heap tuoirtum wah1 The speaker smtled in the direction of the old tuck atd sa c ntiuued speaking In optimistic vein A little later following a very vigorous utterance oftRoosevelt the same old Indian W 1lieeatedI fciI IfjAgaisyi IfII the grimlooker shouted as b- j ffore After the speech newspaper j man asked a half breed for the precise meaning of the old In jcupCnse 1chhotBSupremeSession at Washington Washington rOt 13TiuISuprffme Court of tbo States will begin its t annual eightmonth term tomorrow be Engmachines to resume ctiyitfy this fall All the members of the t court arc in the city making au exception to the general ruleoia late jr ears whan atleastl on sea 1w thonwhen court convened V Absence or Piesident Tat C from the city will result in postponement of thtf ciistomary visit of the Justices to the White 8l Bouse Ordinarily nothh G ouborecupy the attention of thec trth choni frprobablothatOtufeJustice will take ad vantage of the opporEtunity to make a gain on the dpcket oy allowing attorqeys to file such motions as they may aaveprtpaYedL Twenty less CAses afop tbe docket tthan were there a yeqago Bdweverthejifefera more ISCOau pelSp t GAStORIr t1 t1 tI I TkkdYsiNrnMthL5 to Its bae 1 it t iT fI iISfJ8S ittP1fJON 2- u f5 tr l l t f RI+ t J ro f 4 of Me I J a a Hopita1inEcIFr Count Pknned i 2Theji ate Tuberculoas Commission met here today wiihlL the merfbers preseatxcept Bernard Flexner of LpuisvlUerp The question electing s Secretary was taken up and fbur applica me 0ntion invited thesecretarieoftheb- erculosisto work ia Colorado and New York to meat with the- mmission Octpb rSS Members xtf the commissiofl will meet with the State Medical Society in LpuiaviJle Pctober 29 jgrj and 81 Tho commhilon will nd aorbba4ciilohualOinms erected4In every 4county in the State The com 0 mission within tbe next two or ree weeks will have joint meeting with the Stt Board of alth v While in sesgijaTi todiiy the mrni sionselectdI two rom piorIsuran Departineu Jt I Pleads Own CaV It Tom GabharfcwM trled In Cir i it Court Tueavon two arges of Tjlnsrforged the me of J O Gentry Bro to acbeckon the Mei3t Natipnal ank il He obtained Slon one these cbecka anda smaller amount on the other pee He left and jjoineffthear ytndwas brought back here from Cleve land Ohio to sttftditrul He denied the chaBge yjejseiBent v and bad two wit6 Jayre from Lpoisvjlle who Vw6JjthttJ ha RaS in Louisville at oriboat tlfe day the check was forged The prpaecutlpny hpwever bad large umber of witawaBs1 who ore Le ka hdre bnfttkdy of- e forgerr mcldiBipnlliam andivii r the banitiwwliler L James aDd NthskTOzfroM whom bie hired a hWM and buggy and Walterl Hopper who r iw him at a stcrtjat St4ngtowis auisrir madach In bL wnbalf5utiqirogjLa serdict dtiPtl qarge and fie was MI1 UoMl t + jnitentiaryj tcdsbUiaHerafa f AtISi LuMr t b t alfdYTj iotr l tI ttiJ a S tar m pf Col5jaIiaiIi oa- hakertwapis I iscr lt fa1 ce1f of lawl fitI tJbt oofaI aHA jIMttractBrotbew ar4 Ir 4psrehaai bleycqUire1O sum 4 f oc iJ Tkt I jJljtI OR Jrbl 1OW Co Ji 1II1 O fr owlsX p si1th lf r 4t I tit NEWSLEADER SPB1MGFI1LDKY t j rl lrtwarar TBYlJOJoLT rsl lIE JOSEWMLIN- Biiftor1iI I art PabUa ereNI- At Mlhr kt last Monday t t a ffht ft craned fanatic who was a0 4o bt a mJH1ber of some so ciety winch Is the enemy of al f QoYtraBtiit and likewise the wayCocwMcfed with the Government loak ito his head to attemp- p to Uke tbf life of former Presi aseI ive fcope his bullet foiled of its nark yet the intention of the man lost nothing of its vicious isIjut aa guilty as though Mr Roosevelt bad been killed No MB however much he might tIofpote Mr Rooeeveli or hs l10ia could Indorse the act of attcka man without himself be comiif a menace to the govern ores While it may be rue tilt tile aeeatsin is demented yai we thtaiit it such a character ot Imemnitr that should receive ggsuch a Acuity u will disable the crimeit GaritU claimed to belinsane aai made a pretty good out in towing it bat a prudent jury oIf r ttoway4 Cutest Oat4r- i to i jtV IlaIita account of Ollie James opening speech in Cincinnati i Friday nlght the Cincinnati ci partNotMOllie James the Kentucky Cman and Senator been heard in this city He airly carried the audience oft its feet by tin eloquence arid humor From the very moment he began J 10Jwith him Be figuratively tanned PresidentrTail and flayed Colonel goose volt mercilovsly The giant statesman reviewed the record of Congress to tbeIe11 great advantage of the Demo crabs party That he is still j Jketotb cause of his idol i William Jennings Bryan wa- r4l manifested in his fervid tribute to the Nebraskan and he was lordly cheered Almost in his ant jentence Mr James got a lavgh by his ludri rous descrip tioo of the Republican party and him appeal for Godsake not to fee too hard on them because of the many tronblesof tbeir own n thNt highest pvrsonal respect but he i regarded him as the most mono Kintal failure as President this covBtrv has ever known t The castigation of Rodseyeh 1came later and the Congress 7mudec1ared that Teddy had just as ranch chance to be carried to heaven in a chariot of Ore as to be elected President Senator 4LsFoliette was quoted for testi mony as to the way Roosevelt t FiguAthatK when Roosevelt became President there were 140 trusts iin the country and the day be turned over the presii descy toJtils successor Taft the number had increased to 10020 t r Mclntire Mrs Bettie Wheatloy is yisi Jigi her daughter Mrs J R Blttiford in Lcuisville this week Mra J A Fields and dang h tern MiMes Celia and Margaretl wire the guests of Mr and Mr rt y Kent Fields Sunday r Miss May Cecil was the gnua of Mite Lizzie Edelen Sunday Miss Bessie McClain of Cb L recto la the t suniMrs Battle Spalding ttiJ Mlafl Regina Obryan pf I ofIJSl1tUoayJt r Blaaford entertained the folio t iisSJomng people last Sunday l Obsess Emma Obryan Mary BiaBford and Annie B Hill off Labaaoti omIi0rr Daaale tad Elsie Hill Lucy i Ga broD Ella McIntire Francis CwrHco Emma Badgett Eire MaWnf ly and Hattie Blanford Meson Waiter and Parker Bad t ffttti Willie Hill Richard and trx t rmeOabonra Rohard Obryan YkttorOtbonrn of Lebant n mfordCanters1eeta ce CletIp5 n Charles QeIi FoOefatioidMMilt 111 Bffc r Clements Yourerford k tine aM ttor tWp ttkc rasWy for sickly waster ckU Ves It seerUws ami HiIl theM ap wkea fdkaiy foJ atolataly fails Be sure to get SCOTTS AIlDninbto Scott It Bow Bloomfield N J IJ1J 1pRockrun j Scotott Swaethome spuut the week with their daughter Mrs Noah Pink ston at this place Mrs Fred Mil burn and child tens of Springfield spent sever days last week with her lather here Mr and Mrs J W Fowler spent Friday with friends iinl Mercer county Mr WU1 Casey and mother of Casey county were the guests of Tom CurCsinger on Wednes day and hursday Mr and Mrs W P MciVfillin of Springfield spent Sunday with her sister Mrs R P Col vin Mr Tom Colvin and family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs R P Colvm Virgie Hooper of Tatham Springs spent Sunday wit G lady Anderson J W Anderson bought a colt of John R Rose for 40 Mrs Nannie Shirley and rro Hyatt of Mooresyille spent Satniday night and Sunday with her father Mr Elias Peekins of this place Mr and Mrs W J RicherrBegley of Bethlehem Mr Uhf ton Fower and sister E tel of Fenwick spent from Saturday udtil Monday at th home 6f there father Mr W Fowler Mr and Mrs Luster Col vin and little daughter Margie spent Saturday night and bun day with their father R1 Col gin Mr and Mrs Fted Derr ofl Mackyille Mrs Bailie Neuton of Jampbelfsville are spending the week with their father Mr Molden Dirr Mrs Erastus Perkins and lit 4tie daughter Mrs Enoch Masters and children spent Friday with Mrs Elias Perkins of this pla- tPUBLIC SALE OP Land Stock Crop and Housee araltareAs administratrix of the eats of Oscar Fields and by virture of written agreement bitwteo heirs rwill o- nTuesday October 22 at the late residence of Oscar Fields near Bear Wallow b ginning promptly at 10 oclock offer for sale to the highest bid der tins following property tor witcThe home place of the late Oscar Fields containing about 290 acres on the Manton Road snout 1 mile from Bear Wallow This farm has on it two good dwellings splendid tobacco barD good stock barn and other im provements and is well watered Land is all good tobacco corn and wheat land Also the fol lowing perssnal property 2 cows and calves 2 iearliog neifers 1 milch cowbuIll 1 good yearling filly 1 five ye old mare 2 sows and shoat rtboar 22 head good 6heep good farm wagon 1 new D erlng mo ACT Dsc barrow plows andi gears aud other farm ments about 75 rods yieldimplI S bales wire household a t kitchen furniture and oth articles too numerous to men tionITERMS Personally II nrtr of 10 and undur casli in ha d over that amount creuiLo six months will be given note with good security bearing six cent interest from date vill reqnred The land will be sold for one third cash Jan 1st 1913 remainder in one and two years notesbearing interest with Ii reserved on land to seeurw pav meat Mrs Virgie FieldsIAdministratrix CASTORI Al- orJjtnti and Ckiliris- Tli KM Ys Hart Always Bl- atrstUd bt C1itaattftr of 5L7 Farm For Sale Having decided to quit farm i ing twill offer my rarmof2 acres ondhalf mile from Spring field on they Smithyille pike better known us tints Punkrii pike This Is a very desirable some has a modern 7 room dgveJIiup tobacco and a ock birn all out buildings 2 go d we Is god orchard tenant house ana plenty stock water This farm iis very roductive price S550 For further infer atioo stilll on Alvah Perkins Phone No 116R Springfield Ky CHURCH LEFT TO TOURISTS Death of Builder Deprived English VII allags of Contemplated House of Worship Thesis la a curious history regarding an unfinished church which stands at Hassall near Sandbacb England A former resident at the local hall a Mr Lowndes painfully conscious of the lack of provision tar the spiritual wants of the people in the neighborhood determined to build a church at his own expense After carefully choosing a site he gave instructions for the erection of structure in the modern style capable of seating 400 or 500 persons Work on It was begun In the summer of 1836 and was pushed on steadily till the day on which Queen Victoria was crowned by which time the building was well advanced The crypts about ten In number had been put In the walls and roots were complete and the scantlings Tor the floor were sized Indeed partly iu consequence of the national rejoicings progressbwas smothered in nags and decora lions and was the center of the local Lowndestwas seized with an illness which quick passingnall work on the c arch geared Though the building could have been finished at comparatively small cost it was abandoned and It has not been useo since except by tourists whose name hallow and adorn It1 as Mark Twain laIAter ty tine thiaDW lc World ilagurine CWEET SOUNDS A MYSTERY Instru0ment ItJmUIsteal instruments for which great antiquity is claimed Of these there is one that is very curious noi much by reason of its form or structure but because of the fact that it played in a very peculiar manner II is not a stringed instrument it Is not a wind instrument and it is not an Instrument of percussion It consists of two small silver trumpets wittn very delicate apparatus within When the natives play upon this in rtrument they invariably excite the greatest wonder in the foreigner wine is perplexed to determine how the player produces the sounds for be does not place the Instrument to hIF lips but adjusts it to his neck For ofesuch an instrument must be a ven triloquist employing the trumpets to convey a false Impression It appears however that the varia tlons of tone are produced by the variation in the quantity of air pro pelled thNugh the instrument by the pulsations of the neck Nothing could be more curious s said than to witness a performance upon this instrument and to hear the tEsett sweet musical sounds that emanate from the silver trumpets Har pers Weekly gThebooks which formed no Inconsider able part of the 510000 worth of mis cellaneous articles disposed of by auction in last years clearance sale of epostal matter of unascertainable own ership amounted to 1222 packages Nearly every language spoken in our broad land was represented in the collection which Included as a spe clal curiosity a Choctaw version of the Book of Psalms In the entire lot Bibles and books on religious topics predominated Itmore than 1000 books were misdirected how many thousands or perhaps hundreds of thousands must have been carried by the malls And how many times that number would be thus carried every year It we had I what many another country has a thoroughgoing parcels post system Dial CHAMPION HARD LUCK STORY More Than a Million In Gold Taken errFrom Mine theFirat Owner 1Had Abandoned LMurray Potts of Vancouver B C chamifriend of his who staked claims on Sul phur creek during the Klondike rush The son of a powder manufacturer t of Hamilton Ont he started north with 10000 At Skagway he fell in irrwith the Soapy Smith gang was re proItwelve feet and punk holes to bed rock for a mile on Sulphur Creek This took a year and ho never got aI color He was taken down with scurvy and spent three months In a hospital Then he returned to Ham aphisbmaims on Sulpnur Creek Mr Potts friend had failed to go to bedrock In one place mica slat being mistaken for the real article The went through the mica scandlnaVlanII 1rock took out 250000 and a similar amount for several sea sons after that The claim was low cr 39 on Sulphur one of the rlchost in the Klondike To Write Successful Advertisement No advertising isnt writing h worldbeating announcement the first time nor waiting until everything U perfect before beginning Its makingJ a start somehow and writing a bettei experlIdoing better the second year and hit tins a good pace and getting second wind and gqltiij on and rnd oo Ju HwColllnL W t ttt t k94 t49 9- kk4ibi lu 41 c HEAD f j f Hw t f = OF s REGISTERED == i SADLE HORSES1At- PUblicE Outcry Saturday Oct 269 it t Weanlings Yearlings Twoyear=olds and Brood Mareso4r UI AlsoSome Mules and Mule Mares Dt r J ie gjj 5loclct14mile i 11 5r L SEND FOR CATALOG LUNCH ON ROUNDS Itr Thurman 8 Peters Sprinfield Ky 3iU d 4 k1it iWSSSSSSSKSS KStSKSSSSSS KSSMSNtKStSaKKKSSSSKKtAKSvr 11I 6 IS TIME TABLE Jr South Bound North iTound No 41 No43 No Hi No 42 No tid No bu tally Daily ISun Daily Daily Sun I Kx SuiijE Sun only E HunKxSun only Louisvill i 43 pin 72n am tiK pm 8211 am 530 pm 930am llardstow Jcti22 J2U 7t12 iTJOi 11IIIIU BnrdBtO 6U6 liiS 16I1j ittl 7w Spriugfic l i 7IpIe KSOKKSSS t CLNKK NKt1tKSSNtKKSSKS YMSSSSiISNSr Ysuthful Jt ror Summoned The most yon hful Juror ever summoned in an Iri i court is a little six yearold lad win the oiher morning attended the re order court In Brl fast with his in thcr for the purpose of answering hi name and asking tto be excused froi serving in such an onerous cap cit Surprised J panese Susbard Out of Lurui g jalousy Torcklchl Hatano rained ilows with a club oa his wife Tchl ho was asleep In bed The blows rend red the woman sen a less and this surprised the brdto of u husband Japat Times Concert ated Wisdom will your bey go to college Aoift t tIJK to epkd Mn UlItgiudir he ever learns the answers to all ho questions he asks he will know urn than the profes sors I Near End of His Patience Reggy Desw lie to his tailor Weally this rl nave been very pa tlcnt with you promised again and again to pay i lu but if you keep on bothering me Isimply wont promise any moreF gentle Blatter T uo Giving If Instead of a gem or even a now er we could ttat the gift of a level thought Into be heart of a friend that would bfl gIving as the angela Must glveG urge Macdonald Gone andI ell Nigh Forgotten An anxious nqulrer wants to know what has bec no of the old fashloned man who use to go to the penlte- Clary after btlng found guiltyTL- edo Blade No Llcemfe on That Journey There is no car line to heaven II you find yout elf sitting down as you Journey you ire not on the way Christian Her Idt Don Go Together Ebe4datn d head and a tig heart at one an cle same time 4 Avj ul Possibility iDo only objection to lettln de dies vote 4 Id Uncle Ellen la datt days liable iO rrnu1 ra special hat t toastert4 Double His Assessment Would you inquires the Green wood Journal give the deaf man a verdict If you were on the jury who is suing for damages because he al cages that he U paying for preaching no cant hear Personally wed be inclined to Ven dear a verdict alter tgotfsbloD of the Immortal Paddy Divver As the story goes a loyal henchman the clan named Danny was arrested fr an en thusiastic and successful assault upon justbeforeleader The leader hi ard Dannys story and wont td bee Paddy Divver Judge ho said I wish youd be light on Danny lies a good fellow and can help us a lot In the election All right saiJi Paddy 1111 give him thirty days But that will keep him In jail over the election the loader protrTd H said Paddy mean the plaintiff As to Discipline The oung teacher should learn and the older teacher remember that for every teacher that falls on account of lax discipline there is another who fulls on account of overgovernment Some teachers assume the same atti tude as the policeman who found two men talking on the street corner and ordered them to move on as there was ar erdinancb prohibiting crowds gathering on the streets Ono maure pottmake a crowd One makes a crowd If I say 10 answered the policeman A teacher who assumes that whatever ho says is Jaw and it is law becauEO ho says it is melting a sad mistake When tho pupils have definite aim definitennootime nor occasion to maintain or der It will maintain itself Mis vourl School Journal 1Ont rres Best Pleasures Missed Of all the things that make life worth living friendship corners near the top But friends nro rare be cause we are too busy Harm Done by the Apathetic It is the apathetic people who will not take up tits burden of the day who are doing real harm in the coup trrAWloe PhJIIosopJiy When anyone has offended meI try r7 raise r j I Mph Uiat t i o ttrta rfvr marsh lriD rartes r I STOCK SkLEI7It We will on the farm 112 miles from lc ontheLebanonpike Saturday I Octobert9 119tR2 AT lOQ OCLOCK P Ml offer for sale to the highest bidder the following personall property towit f 1 pair Mare Mules 5 and 6 years old 2 Suckling Mule colts 1 filly colt 1 2year old Chester Dare broke to ride arid drive 1 brown horse 16 12 hands high well broke everywhere 1 yellow horse 16 12 hands good work horse 1 ladybroke1 6year old bay horse Danr lady broke perfectly safe = 10 of 6 of COSI f History Repeats Itself Not long since a restaurant was started on Tenth street just north of Market It was called the Napoleon und the name was on the window In large letters When the place tailed not long after starting some cruel wag chalked under the word Napo leon at Waterloo Pittaburg Die patch- Grandfather Holds the Record There has been much of course but still wo doubt if the young man who licks up the ground with a snorter thinks any more of himself than did his sturdy grandfather who could make four yokes of oxen perform in front of a big load of freigLt out of old Jefferson Gal vs tin lNetvs Ocsrches for Curled Treasure A couriers vfco lives qear Home a seirbh for burled treasr the fcuad ti her library an lId ji rapt wharin was told of csnre burled it her land and dl rectioni given for tho A is said to have Informed tho countess tlut the words of the are true IDoptestic You will said she haughtily that you me four times before consented to mar ry you You wouldnt take no for an answer I remember he replied sadly It seems to me that every time you have changed yjbur mind Ive got the worst of it Soda Water From aMcf inns what tatliIfnc1 soda tjonbons The bonsirre tablets of two kinds acid s alit and one flarif i yilllpn Animate The 505000 known species ol anlm uccordlns to a paper read at the session of the Amercan Boclety of held at N J The Argonaut IAdvantageI but he has ono advnhtagehe does hake to to the foolishness grown men talk to him unless ho wants tot y 12 SteerCalyes good ones 1 Weanlin Calf A V Vl1 fat Cow Heifer v nt 1extra good cow fresh Some hogs consisting of sows and pigs and one Poland 1 one horse wagon good as new 1 2hor8e wagon has been used but little and many other things too numer ons to TERMS SIO and under cash over oacredlt months I Note bearing legal interest from date sale progress sixcylinder l i- sCi1acn excavations Spiritualist manuscript Repartee remember proposedto 1ohemla a Naturallsts Princeton listen lfat China Boar mention tsQI id reedh Hanimerless PEPESrAnd ai Simple Rifle to Care For The Remington UMC 22 Repeateris rifled sighted and tested lor accuracy by expert gunsmiths Jt 4Joots as you hold Rcmitz6tonoiiUMC22rcpcaterncvcr is impossible forInuingtheThe action handles 22 shorts 22 long of 22 long rifle cart ridges =any or all atthe same time without adjustment JtmlnttanUMC perfect shooting comMnatlo- aReminiilon Arms Union Metallic Cartridge Co 299 Broadway 4 New York City t ch IIi II- out i i Ab 150 Acresv Situated about 1miles from Fairfield Nelson county on a good 11ubllcroad There is about 50 acres ol good tobacco land on this farm after being cleared There some fine white oak timber and i coadit i r i thin call on farm but plenty of timber tor building ForbuildiitpqRf fXg EB WELLS orHAJRRY WELLS it 1 FairfI14 Kyrt 0v J vim t ffls J 7- DR G T BURTON a 1KaIDENT DENTIfcT All Work Guaranteed PHONE 162R ifr S 4 tv twriOH Hsg s Block op stain SPRINGFIELD KY DR JC AJUDD rPiiyiciaup aM UrgeoDI t Office hours 8 to 9 am J 1t2pm lIj WVFGRiGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW i 7 lOSee otetLeOpCs iiafl e1F BPRINGFUELU KY IHj D MPWS HYATTc 4uOffice over ru Siore Office hours Hyatt If Jn to 12 m1 400 5 pm 1JJMc WILLIAMS Notary Public WILUSBURG KYp Depositions a Specialtyi J4Y HAYES SPYEAGE- RMAYES t f r YEAGER i Funeral Djrectorsg A and Embalmer TELEPHONEnDAY19 NIQHT 74QSPRINGFIELD KIr DR WF TRUSTY PRACTICALf DENTISTr Office over Haydon Barber P ntal work reasonable prices i 11 work guaranteednSPRINGFIELD KYtl TREES t trFruit and OrnamentalIJ Shrubs Asperagus Rhubarb p ooes Roses Phlox etc Growers of wLat we sell Free Catalog No Agents HF Hillenmejeri Sons L Lexington Ky t lr r Same Symptoms I iI11gbti party I Mr Rlogga bud just obliged wltb the torching ballad Tls Love That Make the World Go Round and Mastc Bloggs seized the opportunity to sneak behind a screen with fathers pipe Shortly afterward It was observed thjit Willie wasnt well His face wed pallid and his eyes stood out Wiu Bloggs Goodness child Whats the matt ter I do believe you been smoking t jWlllle feebly shook his head Krralnt that ma be replied un Pgabeen singing about II mustbeiu loVel London Answers e The Noble British Game At a local match the first of the sea Itwo cricket bat uien of tie stone walling type became partners and for tull hour gave an ethlbitlou of how cricketought not to be played At lastt one of them more by accident than de sign made a hit that very nearly re- GItelln a run Derisive chetrs can from the weary spectators followed trtEshout from the local butcher who J 1 had been Impatiently waiting for a ih knock Keep yer eadi Bill Keep yer cadi J he yelled If yer git so bloomln reck less we shall bev to wake the scorerl London TitBitst j1Ethers Climax Little Ethel bad been brought Vlthp a flrra hand and was always taught to report misdeeds promptly One afternoon she came sobbing peni tently to her mother Mother If broke a brick in t Ireploce tJYell It might be wom Bui bp in earth did yo do in Ethel pounded It with ypur watca Harpers Bazar Interesting Chats Where are you going for the sirm inerT Im going to board with some pec pie out In Elizabeth ttownship Why do you go there l tIITo be frank biaUe It Is ctzenp L And bow doyctn puss the tlmpT Ob there are some other gn s Wej all tilt around and explain why w got tired of Newiwrt IMttsburgh Post t Vulgarlj 1 that Mrs jNctiiirlrh in bmiuilug more proper er ory diy Ill IHnipIe Yes Indeed Yon iild harv Keen bow mortifIed she uivhllo ago when xbe learned that bvr husband owiied fomuiuu stock in a rullruud Satire i i TOWN r I fifiHWiiiiW HinJ fiH LocaliH appenlns oT Interes The Freshest and Latest Iii If IFrefldsIi P22 FOR SALE Two good 2year I Bucks Pat Tobin FOR SALEWag1J and set of double harness TP OBryan FOR SALEOne 2yearold high grade bhort horn bull RfU Clements FARMERS Come in and se our Timothy Seed best on theI market They are cheap Get our price B D LAKE Co Maves Yeagef have pur a new flower wagon to bet sed to carry flowers at funerals ohe ladies of the Springfield Presbyterian church will serve dinner at the Walnut Street Theatre next county coqrt day W M Stump has bought of t Bud Rogers his farm on the Lebanon anti Pleasant Run turn ike We handle a fall line of Feeds Corn Oats Bran Hay Molasses Feed Coal Salt and all kinds of seeds B D LAKE Co The young men of the town ave a dance at the Walnut Street Theatre on last Friday evening The music was fur Esh d by the Lebanon Ochestra- uitea large crowd was in attendance and a most delightful time spent by allIIeORIe mare 10years old sound and- earless of all 1 Rough 11tonrunabouarness good Apply at this office SRRAYEDFrOm my plain on the Lebanon pike a brown jenI ett with white points and 14 ands high Any information leading to its recovery willbe- ewarded by Manual MorajaI Get your coal before winter makes Your road bad Its cheap Remember we give 80 Ibs for a bushelW we have always done and load your wagon with a fork B D LAKE Co The speaking at the Court- House October 26 by the Hon James Garnett will be a great treat irrespective of political differences as Mr Garnett is very pleasing speaker who will delight his hearbrs See our line of tailored hats for Children Novelties in veils Pretty hats on dis play Saturday in tailored andsemidress We invite you tot call Wathen L Mr J Forrest Cusick who spent the summer here taking photographs has returned to Louisville and is at work in the Cusick Studio which is one of the best in Louisville Mr Cusick did a great ceal of work here last Summer all of which is of the highest class Marriage licenses were issued this week by the County Clerk to Mr Hugh Mattingly and Miss Eva Lewn to Mr Ban Young and Miss Lora E Hendrix 10Mr Pearl Irvin Mattingly Hardin and toI TOPICS i MOO L DR V MANNING a DENTIST SPRINGIIELD KY Offices over McElroy Shade grocery Phone 234R Hours 8 to 12 1 to 4 The sales last week of JoIn A Tucker and Kelly Bros were well attended and every thing sold well The sale this week of R L and J S Montgomery was wellattended and everything brought satisfactory pr ic e s Corn sold at 49 cents Next Tuesday will be the meeting day for the Fiscal Court of this county The meeting was adjourned from the first Tuesday in this month because of the illness of Judge B L Litsey At this meting there will be elected a poor house keeper f poor house commissioner and poor house physician Larger Quarters The Planters Warehouse in making arrangements to better take of the crops of tobacco that are sold on their floors during thb next season as they are making an addition to their house which will give them a great floor space Tobacco jn Washington county is above the average and the complaints about tobacco curing dark are not heard here as in other parts of the Burley District Prospects for a great SNAPPY MODELS WORKMANSHIP iI IGive on the Springfield market were never mote flattering than this year FootBall On last Saturday the High School foot ball team of this place went to Somerset and played tthe High School team ofrri that place It was saidby those witnessed the game to be the hardest fought High School game played this season IThe game resulted in a tie the score being 5 to 5 Charlie Haydon making the only touch down for the home team The Springfield Higb School team is said to be of the strongest High School teams in the Slate The boys going throng hard practice every davorI and expect by Thanksgiving to be able to meet any High School team in the State A game still be played Sb Josephs College of Buds town at this place Saturday Oc tober 26 FiI To the Patrons of the Banksjof 1 1MI IIWashington to CountyININI In order to conform to the State law we NOT ALLOW ANY MORE OVERDRAFTS beII OUR BOOK I We request that you keep correct the checks you draw us that you may uny time that you have the money withus to pay I your WHENchecksEYOUR CHECKS ARE NOT PAID- I I I DO NOT THINK WE DO NOT APPRECIATE YOUR ACCOUNT OR DOUBT YOUR ABILITY l TO PAY we only refuse because we are coin I pelled abide by the Banking laws of the State IR E Foster Cashier Springfield State BaqkD J A Boiilware Cashier Peoples Deposit Bank II AC McEli oy Cashier First National Bank II J E Brown Cashier Farmers Bank Mackville 1 11M TrentiPres Central Bank WillishurgII iI F t II PUBLIC SPEAKING i Hot James Gaructr I address t ic voters of Washington county atII IIwillCourt Ho se in Springfield I ISatuI i Don t Fail To Hear i HimJ Yankey MrS Nannie Ya key died at her home in Mackv lie last Mon day alter an illnes of several months of consumption Mrs Yankey was prior io her mar riage aMiss Hilton being a daughter of Mr am Mrs Abner Hilton of Mackvilh She was about 24 years of age and up until her marriage Wad one of the countys most prominent school teachers She was well known in the cou ty and had made many friend during the time she was enga d in school teaching One y4ir ago last January she was married to Mr Lois Yankey who survives Mis Yankey was a nolle Christian woman who was lovod by all who It knew her Funeral cervices were conducted at the Christian church last Tuesday by Rev W L Yancey and bufhl was in the ceraetery there Election Declared Legal Lebanon Ky Oct 14 Judge i H Thurmaj i in the Circuit Court todav h Id that the local option election inthis city last May which resulted in a r- Militants nMILLINER i ISTYLISH 1 I inerydaypnces year who one are with canIJ on sq to 1majority of fortyfour for the wets war legal Tfie case was before the Circuit Curt on ap peal Itemed iatel following the election last lM ly the drys filed a contest all ring illegal practices on the par of the wets The County Contest t Board tom posed of the County Judge and two Magistrates d cided that the election was h gal and and the31Circuttsubmitted early in he presentt terra but not uut today did Judge Thurman ender his IIII 1to the Appellate Co irt or not said Judge H W Jxives chief counsel l for the trys today lTlu contestants hortly will hold a meeting and tit our fu ture course will be eiermioed The opinion seem to prevaillII that ho appeal will takenIIII IThe following program e teachers association of the sec pnd division to be held in con nection with the fir it division at 1redricktowni ctober 19 1912 II History and Guog raphy Miss innie Mann Primary Arithl ietic Miss uth Sutherland Hygiene arct SarJ titian on the Mr W 0 R berts Domestic Science Miss Alice ones Discipline undi Jlanagement iss Anpa Jones 1 he Aims of the eacher Miss IHeadingOrder and Nc tness Miss essie Cokendolphi r Farm FOB Sale Good farm on iB rdstown and Springfield turndit e about four from townIiiiiFarm has acres of good tillat le lland good dwelling and outbuildings iIff well watered will vbe in Springfield county court day Gallon me T J lH MILTON I PERSONAL LancasterISpalding Bishop of Peoria 1111 passed through here Tuesday Mr C T Cunningham ofI South Carolina is visiting his parents here Rev Father Holleran of Ir vington Meade county was here Tuesday night Mr and Mrs I L Janes and visiJtedof last week IMrs EM Russell hasteI from a visit to her sister in CincinnatiMiss Blandfc d of Leb anon is the guest of Miss Hattie Blandford this week I Mr R Guodin of Lebanon u ended the bop here Friday night Mr J S Yank Y was iin Louis ville Sunday IRev R E C Lion and Mr Wm Homan artu Louisyille this week attending the Grand Lodge of KyIons IMrs Roy Bteuan of 3rad visited her parents here this week l IRev W A Wolfe and wife Mr and Mrs L T Brown Mr land Mrs R ANoe are in Lou II isviMe this wCtk t II MtiNsrs L A Burns and W H Wharton are in Louisville Mrs Nick Ray of Tenijejsee is visiting at the home of Dr W W Ray IMiss Marie Maloney of Lou isville is visiting friends and relatives at this place IMI R E Greg ry of the Cen trill Life Insurance Co was in town lat week Miss Isabel Medley of Owens boro is visiting friends here Mr Will Medley and wife of Owensboro are here this week Mrs Gleason Hulse of Louis ville is the guest of her motherI Mrs Sallie VunArsdale Miss Eleanor Duncan is a1 ten ding the SpraguorDuncan wed ing in Louisville today Mr Joe Bishpp and family are at Mammoth Ca ye this week Mr Ear Arnold is at Bloom field today on business Messrs Dudley Robertson acd A R Shultz and Misses Annie McElroy and Rodman rbut man were in Lebanon Tuesday E S Miyes and M Mayes are attending the carriage deali ers conventicn at Cincinnati this week Mr and Mrs C D Robertson are attending the Christian Sun day School Conference this week at Louisyille Mr C W Noe has returned from a visit to his daughter at Lexington Ky Mrs J C Mudd and Miss Alice Niilly were in Lebanon yesterday Miss Virginia Weisen of Louisville is visiting her aunt Mrs W E Leachman Mrs M L Durrett has re tarnod from a visit at Bardstown and BloomtiAld Mrs Chris Hertlein and daugh ter are at Fairfield this week and Mrs Mike Fitzgerald IIMr in New Albany Monday Mrs J J McCabe is spending this week in Lexington Mr and Mrs T W Sims Sr were in Louisville Monday Miss Pearl Claybrooke is spending a few days in Louis ville Kate Williams is in 1iIJLouisvilleI Mr Michael Simms hay re turned from a trip to IheiWut Miss Herat r of jCfwehsborQ istthe guest of friends here MrMorrivDtrjrett t iHi 5n Lou w t LIP WLLJL l f i 10 MERODE iUND E RWE ARI I This brand of Underwear is too well known fbritflo I take up S Pace telling you about To use it once means 1 11 to want it eycraf 1 t J You can fnp full line of th3rrrsty s in Wo- I mans and Childrens garments at thiscstore THE ROBERTSON CL YBROOKE GO IlCRPORATD 1 SL 4 i i o1iiIJ srisville today as one of tne atten dants in the SpragueDuncan wedding Hon W D Clay brooke of Birmingham Ala was here last week Mr H M Moss L 13 Cain and Misses Katie Cam Nellie AJcGill and Celia Simm3 are touring the Bluegrass ihis w ek Mr and Mrs Jon Bisbop and Mr and Mrs A W Eddltinanj were in Ltxinon las week H Tho IOncMaEngland Is Stivlchid church near Co ventry James Green a native ot that city not only worked the Btones used In It but with the help of a single la borer placed them all Id position and in fact constructed the whole t from foundation to turrets How long It took him to acomplish this feat Is not clear He Is said to have been engaged on the task for 40 years but he Interval which elapsed bo tveen the demolition of the old church apd the opening of the present one was only seven years At all events Greens record like many others In connection with building will wo may be sure stand for generations Wide World Magazine Jupiters Moons One of the greatew diacoveles of science Is due to observation of tho eclipses of Jupiters moons It was round that when the earth was iii the part of Its orbit nearest to Jupiter minuteI rurltbermotof astronomy they should have oc curred at the same Inure each It was deduced from this that tltnell vas not Instantaneous and quently took 16 minutes to traverse the diameter of the earths orbit a dlstanceof about 200000000 mile thus givfng to light a velocity of lSii miles Ii second wlli was ac curately shbwn later byotber expert meats f of IAllI conceded that no man is a iut man who has not had a remote an cestor who robbed tho country Lon don Truth 1Atnow represented by five generations On January 21 last Georgette Bun was born Her mother Is 18 years of age Mme Dllns mother the childs grand mother Is 37 while the grandmothers mother is 68 and the mother of ttib lacy lo now in her 79th year Ever Notice ItIThe young wcjau who devotes hpi thoughts to higtcr criticism and logic and ethical culture is the one who gets thoroughly rested at a country club dance while the silly fiurr1 brained girl with the contagious gig glo Is the ono who splits her waltzes Into three parts- Cautious Through Experience Come over and play with my little boy Bonnie called the pleasantfaced new neighbor to tho solemnfaced urchin on the fence between the two lots Is your little boy sick of anythlngl come the childs earnest Question No Indeed sonny Why Cause Ive had my tonsils taken out an my adenoids removed an my appendix cut out an Ive been vac cinated an serumlzed for typhoid an spinal meningitis on Lye had anti toxIn Inlected an 1 do hope I wont haye to have anything done to me this year sos for fcHttle while I can bav a bitt o fun fw n tI IFl GSf y 0YSTflRs J l J ANF5 E LEY iii I II AitRECEIVED DAILY fIiJiiif i Jf ENEDETI i i r t T r pa 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received those valuable certificates shouldW rite atbnce to 1havei Street Warehouae Compahy v flFousROLamp t1 1bCtPtrl of tbe day the evemn wnen we wa li t1JtB together around thelamp f am9ky fitepllle uJIli u afelOlC rIawc pclohh ent oil stove and the iudio Rayo laipuce There hsvc In the IJuitcd Saes ione inxe thas 3000000 1isse dear wbilelig1tto mon than 3OOQ900 hoass llamps jvingthcir cost more but nnot t a bu hiht 1ewIigiveiftbecoassQpopuiarweInyc1osLUll it L4SlS km I American family i mailootao1iclbtw wihJ ndiomo1t 5lrL5i 13PNSThe RaJo it IVdItinrciIcirCVlfAihOllTcb foraRarorlIfIotmI Standard Q11 npanY J r v c j r tt TOtES OF iREt HARIE4jj- HfelfeHfc fcIaI Duthwand MtW p Liwy FriGfahIJII MrfMcr Conway In nla antobl pwpky xiTM an amusing remlnla IM of fct Hartea proneness toI MMP from that are known as SaT antles Mrs Conway received W MeLa7 afternoons aad Bret Harte had toM ker that be would be present e a vprtlcmlar Monday but be failed to appear such W the regret of some persoal wbokad been Invited for the 4 meetTto Ute disappointment He asked for glvetteM and said I will come next Monday even though I promise He halt a constant dread that his frkMdship or aacquaintance would be I ought oa account of hIs writings rather thai for himself A lady who 4 ext next him nt dinner without learn Ins hU name afterward remarked I Ibtve always longed to meet him and I would have been so different bud I only known who my neighbor vaAw This unfortunately being repeated to Bet Harte he exclaimed Now why cant a woman reallio that this sort St thing Is insulting If Mrs B talked with me and found me un batere tinc as a man how could she xpect to find me Interesting because I was an author rrHenry Cbllds Mer wlas Life of Bret Harte Tr- i CURIOUS INSURANCE j eaie ef the QuMr Rlskr TaVtn by the ftmkars atLIyalf JChty will take any risk at Lloyds in Xjdia It should be understood that this great corporation has nothing to do with It but that the brokers f pqUclfe as Individuals Here issuejj Jtin snrW pcclmn ot risks actually tt oincli of 4t rich heiress took outsf a policy for 10000 guineasagainst herI t MopIng with a certain man before a seiIe4 fte He paid 1000 guineas pTMalldDrand the girl did not elope so the striker was in liOOO guineas bfAyousg man sued by a girl for dam aages for breach of promise to marry jpati 800 guineas for a policy covering prj Mount of rnqney the jury might award to the plaintiff It gave her O1O the broker made more than iiOOpotaJL cablegram arrived at the office of a shipowner stating that one of his steamers was on the rocks In a dan rowjplace The owner took out a ttitWl rzBOa to be paid to him if tlfiliihlp ere lost He paid for this a prgJalttnTTof 5000 The ship was 4IMT 4 so he lost the money New TorK World Th English King 1 The king of England has no legisla Y tin reto He must sign his own death warrant It the two houses un n imously send it to him It is a fiction of the past to ascribe to him legisla tive power He has long ceased to have any The prime minister Is the chief executive of the British constitu I tion The king has the right to be s consulted the right to encourage the right to warn provided he can find anybodj that wants to consult him or anybody that cares to be encouraged T tbyhim or anybody that will stop if l t be warned Inother words the king 4 l is a yigurehead or as It has been I more respectfully expressed he Is the a1iameta1 xather than the use ftl part of theBilPjA constitution I 1 Getting sack 4 Jk tDorcaWbat kind of a world do you r tth1D wed have if there were women enthe 3ury t i 1lMDnu Why my dear the oth Ier day when a verdict didnt suit you J heard you y you never could tel whaTtwelte men would do Judga 71A H Had Hops t What are you looking 10rrmf the1 walter to the diner who was pick ingtatikis plate of hash with his fork Mi Why my wife asked mo to bring her It r bonie a dozen pearl buttons and Pve only fonndHwo so far was the 111I sponse Yonkers J Leading 1IShe If you could have only one win 4btwonIitbe pEItwonld thatthatoh it t only oareVto tell you what It would be Iengo on Why do you sup- pose4 I brought up the wishing sub ject JBpstqn Transcript Intimate rllre doing yo o1I cooking now are you Beryl 1 i Tiuittf Bride Yes i exclusively my wnr1BeTerf3r r takes his meals at a restaurant Chicago Tribune Its Object We girls have formed an anti kissing club Well has it stimulated the young 2 Ien oMhe neighborhood any V Lou f tivUle 9uneNournal I An Indication of Age What akes you think he Is past forrVr jt II understand he has cometo the con Scluslpn tlwrjrtfU Isa fine gameDtIi troItFTee Press r Another Convenience t have bought myself an openwork hat1ir How nice dear You can talk so much better through it Baltimore IAmerican ft The Three Possessions l Ive a kitchenette in my flat Whats feateo7oplonesIyonrs Smith kIve5a jsfie IifmiueEx a L than =a = I- TRAOINGA GRIME f f Clever Detective Work by a Un- wsity Professor 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 Guise was the wealthy widow IMme Howard Gulnn former presi the Bank of France Mme Uulan was seventy years Old One night she took a trnli at Fontame bleau for Paris She lied to herselfj a first class compart men t When the train arrived fc iarbi the porters found her compartment unoccupied The door bad been balr torn from Its binges there was a great pool of blood on the floor and the1 police picked up from floor a handful of womans hair a torn piece of skirt and a first class railroad ticket from FontaJnebleau to Paris A search along the railroad tracks re suIted In the finding of Mme Gulans body beside the rails just outside Fon tninebleau It was greatly mangled A Uttle farther on was found the satchel she bad carried There were no rings on her fingers and no money In her pockets Mme Guiana relatives took the ground that she had been seized with a hemorrhage to which slit was pub ject bad tried to open the door of her compartment to summon aid or to get air that she bad In her paroxysm wrenched the door open and bad fnljen off the train killing herself The po lice were not Satisfied with tblgcr plnnatlon partIcglal tiCleisbr Relss he iamous Lausanne university crIminologist bad pointed out that the cut on the womans satchel bad been made by a knife and not by a sharp Rtone as bad been thought This however was very little evidence and Pro teaior Reiss turned his attention to the compartment which Mme Gulnn had occupied After be had finished his in vestlgntion he went to M Lepine pre fect of Paris and said to him t I am sure that Mme Quinn was murdered and I am equally sure that her murderer was a soldier In the train compartment there were a towel and a stationary washstand There were nostalns upon the towel visible tonne naked eye Nevertheless we subjected every square Inch to one of the most delicate tests for blood We at last discovered an area which gavp us the positive reaction for human blood Upon this towel the murderer of Mme Guian wiped his bloody bands He knew that this vtould be evidence that the old woman did not meet her death by accident as he wished It ieved and so he washed the towel thoroughly as he thought and hung it op to dry The detection then of this microscopic quantity of blood which can be removed from a fabric only by acids revealed to us that Mme Guian met death by the hands of a murderer But I found another piece of evi dence Therb was If you remember a railroad ticket picked up on the floor On Its back was the Imprint a thumb I compared It with that of Mme Guian It was not hers I threw Its Image enormously on a lantern screen was then struck by the pe culiar Indentation of the little ridges on the tuner side of the mark Care tel analysis of these marked ridges showed me that this was the thumb of a man who was actually serving a soldier The frequent drills with guns result In the pressure upon the ridges of the Inner side of the thumb This causes a peculiar flattening which Is visible uuder a microscope when larged cud Is true of uo other occupation except that of a soldier As reconstruct this crime this sol dler managed to get Into MmevGnians compartment after the train Bad left Fontninebleuu lie knew that she usu ally carried a number of Jewels and a large sum of money He tried to rob the old woman and meeting with unexpected resistance fought with her in the compartment killing her bj beating her head agaUist the reglstei And thou stripped the body of Its Jew els He thought Ipssly wiped his hand upon the towel He knew that tblto Would be evidence of the presence of some one else In the comportment so he washes the towel with soap and water but does notknow that we discover blood even when It Is only to tbo amount of one one thousandth mil J A Princess waitros It lhas remained for Princess Maria Alcxnndrovna Garatzlnu whose family ts Included among the largest lauQ owners In Russia to put Tolstoys teaching to the practical test bj gIvIng tip her wealth and earning her living by her own hands The princess who Is twentythree years of age recently left her parents house ami became a servant Her first place wns that of kltchenmald In n hotel She mid to rise at 4 olock In the morning antI clean a hundred pairs of boots dally She next became a waitress but the life was too strenuous for her and she fell On recovering site became a raleswomau In a large htlIJtllw ex perience she passed through at this railing however did not please her nnl vie found another situation as a waitress The princess Is quite tent with her lot She declares that she Is happier than when she lived In the family palace doing nothing She Intends to earn her own living during her lifetime sod hopes to die a work in woman London Tit Bits HiTFJLASJPiJESoWoeaea ia middle ac often Complin of hot fleshes They are at that stage- cf We wfeM their delicate organism needs a tonic and helping hand which only Dr fferoet Favorite Prescription con give theta Manywomen suffer needlessly from tfrtbeod to woraanhood and from motherhood to old agewith backache dizzi t MM or headache A woman often becomes slceplwa nervous u brokendown inttaUc Md feels tired from morning to night When pains and aches rack the 1 1sia Mly system at frequent intervals asSyour mitlir doe aL a Doctor PiercesI Favorite Prescription 1 KM J bradr of S Bentmlon Street BalUmorc MJ saya 1 U TW afcaat nine months ago tellies you of my condition I have a 1as4ili weighed nina poallll when Lam She H rar third child Xh IitIMJK of them all Ur snfferinsr was cny for two hours I I k MTwal VMlM of F vorita Prescription and ono of Dr Pierces rt Wm4Iaerr bada well ds wore I Lick oir medicines I wu tf itisebir Id eat was always hunffir nnd never had a 4 we wu with tie nd taojfieOjdntf was wonder i bIS m bh4Tk EESJMfwttsk 131 I Ybol MTcrtl hdUa com to tto and ci t iDr 1kIae I sin t1141 to rconimr4 Jt tn sal whoj1er end r Jianfcu J ebt1oj1vrHtI I COMEDY IN A BOOKSTORE Queer Experience In an Attempt to Buy a Rare Work A correspondent tbeQIasgow Her aid contributes the following amusing account of au attempt to buy a rare his Autocrat of the Breakfast Table Oliver Wendell Holmes men tiotis a curious book called Thinks to Myself as bavlpu been written and published In England by a person of quality about the beginning of the laRtI century Some time ago number of secondhand okH exposed for sale outside a stiot In Glasgow 1 noticed one in elegant but faded bind lag It was Thinks to Myself In two thin vofunies The first sentence took my fancy I was born of very worthy honest and respectable pareuts at least I think NOr I went into the shop with the umes and asked the old man of the In tenor Wlwt is the value oMhese He turned therij over carelessly and said These nre of no use to nie theyre just so much waste paper This struck me as an original way ot selling books and I gravely Very well how much for respondec1I Three hapence he said ume I asked For the plied whereupon put the books Into my pocket and handed him the money He looked at uie wonderingly and In quired Where did you get them Outside at the door Why he gasped I thought you were selling them MOST HUMAN OF BIRDS i Not Only In Talking but In Eating the Parrot Imitates Man ft is not only In Imitating human speech that the parrot excels mostot the birds The parrot Is alone among birds In taking food In Its claws With these two characteristics It male more Or less use of that whlfli distinguishes humanity from the rest of the animal kingdom tlie hand and the larynx The monkey uses its hands anil the elephant its trunk In feeding Various animals have a habit of pa win their food Rodents have serviceable toes Still the parrot Is preeminent among birds lu this regard The secretary bin Is said to attack reptiles with claws and some observa have that owls make partial use ot their markably flexible perching toe what more than does u lion In tag for food However the rltbI other hll vlilch vitei ivei a o fil aceer if lt s v fUlrulit cou ii not tlfflv as vo ue tiv VBrd in tliir wild state d1tiit riot known to be Imitative of neighboring sounds nor to possess the repertory of the iumklng bird It Is therefore n question wupther or not their use of the claws Is largely Iml tatlve also The shape of the parrots beak would Indicate that some assistance In eating has I1In9 been a of the birds characteristics p1rtf Like map the parrot makes Irs pearance In the world uaked and help less Harpers Weekly PROFITABLE DAILY TITHING Daily Heavenly nnaIThis little book Is having the largest circulation of any of its kind and Is conceded by Christians everywhere to be the most helpfuli If Christians allow the rush and crush of selfish ambition to deprive them of their dully portion of heaven ly food they must not be surprised It they grow spiritually leaner day by day nnd If HIP p aca of God gives place In their hearts io the discontent which Is growing In the world not withstanding tilL multiplication of our comforts nnd privileges Dully llctirciily lflniucontnlns a col lection of Scripture texts with appro priate quotations for every day in the fear Surely the Mile tithe of time laily spout In IllIrl lug of Its morsels jf heavenly counsel cannot fall to nit nil who ijartake It Is published to do good not for proiit Your Friends Birth Dates An uifogiiii and birthday recon feature tl xli olj Is a great convoul euro OllpOiI CiOhi day of the year ire blank HMS upon which you an secure the amogniphs of your friends and be reminded of their birthdays nil they oc Tills IK lotbunk more valuable yeiry In ton yours you would nt stl It fur ttn dofnrs Besides It hsn phire fr Hirth tier ords Marrlav1 IteconN and Death flee ords Aolh a titJo Allowing the day of the vvtk of any date for one hundred am fty years Printed onltnud writing pnper blue cloth haiidsoiisp Prlem cents postpaid IntltalHii alligator skin gold edges 5100 stjiald Order now ble and Tract ety 17 Hicks Street Brooklyn N J 11 Uncle Sams Fublio Printer The United States nubile prlhter ha charge of ui business relating to the public pi ni tug Hilt blottIng lie up piiinis lit ltcers and employees of tho gg eminent printing Uie lUll pur chiives nil miissury machinery and iiiiitrlal The foroman of printing tins rhaive of all ma ier which Is to In pricfxfl TIll following irs the otilcial- JujHl of the wvHral clap rtuients Pub printor secretary to the public lilt attorney deputy public printer Ilecord deck supcrln- lendeni of work and superintendent of focumontH iipt weeu rsuyJSLI w ant medicines lou years ago aha c case that was tried d 25 In Eng laud gives some idea of tIle pill taking othecaryjof a mug stanJIng aVconut The bill extended io llfty live closely written tweutyiwith the modest niinber of twenty nine a day antI advancing by easy stages to a dally consumption of sev cntyelght Piirlng same period he coiisiiiiicd IIIICII bottles of mixtures besides jJujip electuaries nod other niiotiiecaryI doubt from stopping age the sixtylive medicine noI In till advertisement of their wares the eighteenth icetitury quack medicine proprietors were mIte as resourceful as the modern representatives of their craft Newberry the proprietor oT Dr James Powderswwns a pub Halter and managed to make one branch of his business help the other by Inducing his puthorsIncludin- gGoldmItbto scatter references to the powders throiiRbotit the pages of their books Thus in Goody Two Shoes the heroines father perished miserably because so unfortunate to be eels ed wlthnteerlnft place where Dr mines powder was not to be bad Chicago ewLA I11ELY HINTS FORt liRMERS iI u What Clean Milking Means Clean milking In olves a number otI things The mllkei bunds should be thoroughly lle inn lie should wear clean clotlieshie should not use tobac- Co while milking lii should brush the udder and iidJnrenV parts Just before t 1dampaway the first two r three Jets of milk that come from till teats The first milk watery and its loss amounts to but It may contaminate the i milking if It gets into the 191191ery accident hap pens by which of milk is dir tied do nottr Jt by straining It cant be done I eep the finger walls closely triinmed aid get the milk Into a pure clean sv qet atmosphere us soon as possible af er It Is drowni Fatten thejjOld Sheep It Is n sorry undertaking to attempt to feed up n lot olold wornout sheep In the wlnjnr stand the cold anti must stabliug trhflaunotbesides plenty preferably run through a made as easily uiasllcatHl us possible Keed the old sheep If yru have any on pas ture and sill hen before cold weath er Experience teach you not to buy or keep old st eep Let the other fellow havethte oil oniS small tlock of sheep on farm ranhot help hut ylltl good returns for the Investment an 1 care Nevr buy any finns culls it they are not good enough for hint yiiu cannot afford own them Rest Between+Lactations toI Our personal preference Is for a cow 4whIchmllkJ lUUIr1Hdl of at least n between lartatlnU p riods monthI Is Rood for tlii tow ami the calf one is inllkltit an breeding the high est ttype of dnlryj tOllt however the perIod of rtt hstElilts teas and less to lit point wliirt lSt nt Is taken SinIt a ilisiiisftinl nll IhI part of the row Is tint to In floml however As a rule wi h average breeding strtik It Is not dcitit to dry the row oT It proper cure psonIsed Kansas liii rumor The Vali ablo Sheep The nhiep Is pos ly the most ready nnlml m the fj in ti respoi to n little attention am regular fivl The fall s isHi mid irIS wbiier ore the time to irake ri ild gu Ins on sheep rii Is if inlail that the farmer can litiiie hit turn Tall pasture atitlii iInrt1 into money faster thin Itlinh ft lenllliv Muep The UIIItllllllanil si iul trrnln twice a day will si Viittf iniirnvontpnt This ii set till returns from tirr tizthiil sheep K iCXLT PEARS i Eat Them as Ind ns Do if You Like Their PC uliar Flavor NoIsily ii mi nilhu kuinnhion to n irt iy r Tlif fruit Krovi outlw 1lpr iljlik prt lenf und bristles witli in lails of closely a 41 thorns ari s htidlcs and tine IT tuilrx Tth ivv rannot he soot wIth tie iiakiil c tlitv can certainly fvtt iny f whit tins irleil tbe tsuil iutIIr itfkiim thitll vltti pwlI1 IniiiUir ft MII testify Tlie hlf lilliIll 111 iIIhl tinneru lit I Jlhi ln titsuiiits Viniiil tii If iiIIsttsl oftiMi lie tjl TJito I 1 itsi of blood wJh4IIIig an ln lii utahits to nt It uits I ii k xliarixns li aud- ilirn I into tilt rlpf fruit lioill iTi 11111r u irh n shnrji knife in all iII tick lu IHIIH iMiK v lit il tmnliMls liii Vini wl tliicern li rol is tIn heel oil till at111 to thf Mfl r sorrow of nn Iwurofsi tu oj in ia iens to step in it FA liin7 tnt iii ins fruit may lulnl ilk tbu blithe for olives biif it if not likriv dj rival tliq iintnlniii or jn1I tin liiiiul to iiefrimlt In popU lar fnviir It cinbles crnrkptl Will tilt shMIs iiioistiHetl with wnter mix d wlib Iofu1nlltl iork anil sprin kiwi with hpivvn icnr n little iii nil a of Any one who tist it dCI Is ith to let tiIt liiiliai Lillr the entire crop New tIIIIrlI DII3 vi rful Memory Uiiltv iTtul metimrv nn vrts eviilrtij a nsuiiiisliittf rIllI iuriiiiivii Uls oinerto wii5 In uifiiv vr ie could not uciniu ian witbiiiit ilt s MN awiinny wu it1 ilifnlliUle lie WIH illre relHMl f iniuisihi or llszfs fur irihts- ra In Ilia iiiiii rr1 pnsciu e wlttioin Mies Lizt hl jVdpPil to say that H 1IlfIIIfhe cuinMisfr Tlie Store raa pro luetl Union iiitsrl hi now every Loily lid applii In IIII excitement ne of the brasH wind players lost his ilaie Ixk for b lat in your part said ISulow III without lila notes llve meiiioires farther on wish lo t11 ra h rHi Country was a Chompicn In His Day There is an at iletlc record of which fry Aniericitr iiisht be proud dl gportltVKIchronlvle WiishlnKton of Virginia nnd was a runiiiiiK broad Jn up of tvcntytwo feet three Inches Exactly when ud where WnKlilngton made this jump is not known but It seems to be hlstc rlcnl- Thnckerny ref rs to It llu The glnliiiis where ie tells of the Jumping watch between larry Warrhiston und Lord March nnd HIt len Harry will with h Jump or twentyotic feet three Inches njnlnst is lordships iKliteeiij- feet six lucJihs In hU letter to rI glnln harry ay he knows there I another In Vlrj ila Colonel G 11I tigtou who couil clear foot more rntiiful athlete fie ould easily have won lily tiitercolloKi to chainplon hlp cow v tltlca up to is and most of tim na tlonul cliamplot ships Then toooIt must be remembered that the future Father of Ills ountry did not wear spiked shoes the athletes of toddy nor did he have it clfidcr path for his run nor fli e inch plank for his takeouY tbe mjrov men not bay luff couie Into f n nil use as early as the mid Jlp 1ftII eUhttviith century Wiishtitoti j wol n record Weaker St Lu o lC alocratv DESCENDED FROM OLD ADAM BlueEyed innocentLooking Young step by No Means they Saint He Seemed to Be A little incident came up in di cussing boys at the Y Al C A il e other night that brought forth a story from a man who had once been a dl rector of the Boys club was standing In the door of tb 1I club said he extolling the disposition of a little blu eyed youngster who was sitting in a window a few feet away from us Tb Ieto woman member of the boaf of dire tors to whom I was doing theexcIatolling had remarked how nice tb little boy seemed such a placid fac such pretty blue eyes She was sure he had a lovely disposition I agreed with her perfectly And I might ha thought so yet but for a rude awak ening A small boy leaned out ofj the window above the model young ster He had a medicine ball oneof those big leafier bags much like a round football except that It was stuffed with cotton The ball had lost most of Its filling Little Algernon or Jimmie or whatever his name happened to be leaned out of the window and taking deadly aim he dropped tb dilapidated ball square on little Blue Eyes head The effect was volcanic Little Boy Blue poured out a string off street English that would have shamed a professional Say you mutt Im after you jj When I get up there Ill tear your bloomln block off Then followed a stream of ridiluted profanit I turned sadly to the board nieinber Both of us were disappointed Indl- anapolla j News RAIN tIAVE ALMOST HUMAN Intelligence of the Elephant Proved to Bo Developed td a Marked Degree IThe elephant looks stupid enough intelligence is developed to a market1 degree Dr Romanes tells several Interesting stories of these a iumls A man was one day feeding a tame elephant with potatoes whic the elephant took from his hand A Kirall round potato fell on the ground Just out of reach After several unsuccessful attemp t to get It the animal blew so strong blast of breath against it that It was dashed against a wall from which it rebounded so far that he easily reach ed it It Is said that an elephant will often blow Just beyond small object lout of reach so that the reflected cm rent of air will drive them toward him Dr Romanes repeats the story an elephant that was chained to at M near a little oven In which his driver had Just baked some rice cakes Yhen the driver went away leaving cakes to cool the elephant unfastened the chain from his leg uncovered the oven opened It ate the cakes and covered the oven with earth and stones as be had found It He then returned to his place and wound tilOot chain about his leg as it was before although he could not fasten The driver on his return found the elc pliant with his back toward thn oven and looking innocent but the zak had completely dhdpiearedYou ii s Companion Historic ChincbyaM 1The Church of St George the Mar crypt It is proposed to lit Iup for the church scouts is famous for the eminent men buried in Its churchyard For this was for many years the burial places of prisoners in the Marshalsea and Kings Bench and Illustrious prisoners were common there Bonnier Bishop of London died In the Marshalsea and was burled St Georges churchyard and here too aro burled Rushworth clerk of parlla ment In the days df Charles 1 and 1tbe famous Cocker whoso book went through a hundred ed lions Tho parish register records tho marriages of Lilly astrologer an Gejieral Monk This parish register narrowly escaped destruction for at a public vestry in 1776 it was resolve to sell to Mr Samuel Carter all the parish papers In a lump af three hal pence per poundLondon Chronicle Burglars Aid Collections Being a moral member of the com munity naturally I deplore burglar ics said the church treasurer If studied the welfare of tho church alone I should encourage them for next to the burglars themselves the People who profit most from an epidemic of small robberies are tbo churches IWith peace and safety reigning In a neighborhood householders leave most of their money at homo when they go to church consequently the contribute In drlbletq but Just let tin same locality become Infested wit hIt burglars and everybody takes his money to church and Increases his contributions proportionately Barred From Hamburg Bourse The public rooms of the Hamburg bourse subject to very mild rules con ducive to good order are open to all with very few exceptions Their use is definitely forbiddento all femal persons to Individuals who havo been deprived of their civic rights who are under some form of Judicial restraint who have been adjudged guilty of fraudulent bankruptcy persons adjudged to be In simple bankruptcy those unable to meet their obligations and such as are forbidden the use of the bourse through the d clnjon of the court of honor Tobacco by the Yard PortIbe seen selling rope tobacco by the yard It Is smoked by the natives and derives its name from the fact that It Is twisted and put Up in colls like rope 200 yards to tho coiL ear Moat Valuable Products It Is estimated that two hundred everyIPoultry and eggs are the most valu able products of America Uncle PennywUo Says Of course every man can explain tho referendum but the wise iaan jfloeant try A Success Was her bridge whist party a nut cess Yea indeed Tho woman aha wanted to win got the prii r ct TRAGED TO BENCH AND 8M3 toPhrases That Have Sum Houee hold Words Dropped From time Lips of Lawyers aIIt appears that judges and lawyers have contributed a liberal share to the stock of papular sayings saya write Green Bag 1llllthe Francis Bacon who speaks pt that come home to mens business anti bosom whciays down eotbe axiom that knowledge Is power and who utters that solemn warning enamored benedicts He that hath wife and children bath given hoe to fortune We havo the high authority of Sir Coke for declaring that con 4mnos6The expression 4n accIdent of an Accident is borrowed from Lord Thurlow The greatest happiness ol he greatest nuniber occurs in Bentf ham but as an acknowledged transla lion from the Jurist Beccarla To Leviathan Hobbes we owe this maxim Words are wise mes cbun iters but the money of fools ItlsJohn Selden who suggests that bp throwing a straw into the air one may Iesee the way jof the wind and to his ontemporary QxcnsMorn is due the discovery With how little wisdom Is no world governed Mackintosh first used tho phrase ua wise and masterly inactivity The schoolmaster Is abroad Is from a speech by Lord Brougham In the familiar phrase a delusion a mockery and a snare there Is a certain biblical ring which has some times led to Its being quoted as from rrpphetsThefrom the judgment of Lord Dcnman at the trial of OConnell BREAD AS OLD AS MANKIND Relics of Prehistoric Ancestors of the Present Race Prove That They Used It for Food nTbat very respectable and useful couplebread and cheese have for hso long been closely associated that one might have supposed them to have bOn born about the same time and to have been brought up In each agestdacan boast of much more honorable antiquity than Its sister cheese which so far as ofii cap discover is a corn paratlvely modern invention Tbfrr Is of course nothing to prove that till ancient Britons did not make chwee but If they did they failed to leave behind them even so much as a p tlon of ie rind rJho 3tory of bread on the otUer hld can easily bo traced back to tc earliest times both in this and InIsproof has been forthcoming from time to tinie that the art of baking WitS quite well derstood by our prehistoric ancestors excavations conducied an te site ol come of tho numerous lake dwellings that country showing that both milling and baking must have been recognized occupations even so far back as the Stone Age Stone in fact was indispensable to both processes sfnd not only have stones for mlllirs and baking ovens been discovered quantitIeshas nsefliItiecoverea Courting txp A man aiiuihcr is rne Litpool Eng county court for the o pense of a courtship They formed the acquAntanceof two young ladles and when the two Couples went out to gether the plaintiff in the case paid aI the expenses for the time being The defendant married his young lady inand the plaintiff rued him for tO his share of the courting expenses and recovered the same IcSome Uses for Hate IIHnte Is only a passing emotion iomethlngi upon vhlcb little people IIut eye teetl Wo get a certain amount of diversion out of it and probablydfriend in disguise and keeps us from spendingforces where they are not needed And when hate is dead what a com ortuble feeling cot a In Its place Goldsmiths Sketch of Hlrnsplf Goldsmith lips accurately sketched aimself in the following fashion Fond of enjoylnjr the present careless of the future Ma sentiments those if a man of sense his activities those if a fool of fortitude able to stand jnmoved at the bursting of an earth wake yet of sensiUlHy to be affected ay the breaking of a tea cupI vProfesfior Remark tAcertain high school professor wbo times la rather blunt In speech re rarUod to his clues of boys at the b inning of a lesror dont know vly is everytlirc1 tt up to vent leone fool talks Tlen he wondered tIty te by rj t ort Into a roar of tuutbtcrLj cC Magazine = y Nott Ruth T Ln In j remarked my II iasivelcd a good deal r hut connics dawftsouth He thitnftcr ttlo toontneal Cody goes and ttf a see everYj Jut why they ctn It that im sure iant Imagine rr Psy sgy Arthur Diil yov rcr notice how- e ono person always tclada you of ao other Jim VolUl notice that when over I see one of my creditors I ways tHink of that cute little heiress Im going to many In June Meg genuorfer flta tter Salnto Tcb to Ort r An English contemporary tells tfie story of an Indian frontier bK dllchi having been Jeered at br rot Ibp because It poeeesded r tiiuiw of saints went out trw wollkaown holy man and buiLi Dlvh V Night t A Chinekrou runs Think ofc your t 1 fa3 the first part of the night t t1 you lire awake and the CaulU ut1ersthf latter part6f the nl btwhen you aroeasleepAvo Maria Explained StrtugerVhat fl dear child How tenderly she klB es4ier Sisters hand XVHUe Klssnuth l Her sister ft packer Inn candy factory Mcsccn dorfer Blactter 1 r v r =i r v Children Cry for Fletcherh Jiccainsignature J and IC4Ls S perg5cfI Allow no ono tc deceive youintliisr All Counterfeits Imitations a id ostasgood are but Experiments that trifle svith and endanger the health ot Infants and Children Ejiperleuco against Experhncnt What ILCASTORIACas- torla is ft Lnrmlesg substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and SootUlngr Syrups it Is Pleasant It contains iicltJicr Opirun Jlorphino nor other Narcotic substance its ago Is Jts guarantee ft destroys Wornrt anti allays Fuvcrlshness It cures Diarrhea and wish Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constlpatio and Flatulency It fshnilatcs tho Food rcgulatestho Stomach and BowcLs giving healthy iud natural The Childrens PanaecaTTno Siotlicrs Friend GENUINE CASTQRLA LV SleIC sears tho Signature of d i J cL Ihe Kind You have Always BOUgbt In Use For OvejI 30 Yeai s- susny ratter sew crrr I Pains All Over You are welcome says Mrs Nora Guffey of Broken Arrow Okla to use my letter in any way you want rto if it will induce some suffering woman id try Cardui 1 had r pains all over and suffered with an abscess Three phy sicians failed to relieve me Since taking Cardui Ilam in better health than ever before and that mearls much to me because I suffered many years with womanly troubles of different kinds Vhat other tments1 tried helped me for a few days only I CARDUlI t Dont wait until you are taken down sick before tak ing care of yourself The small aches and pains and other symptoms of womanly weakness and disease always mean worse to follow unless given quick treatment You would always keep ardui handy if you knew what quick and permanent relief it gives where weakness and disease of the womanly system makes life seem hardIto bear Cardui has helped over a million women Try it 4WrIte t5 Ladles Adrl DEPt Chattanooga Medicine Ca CbattanoociTenn for Ifotmctioiu and Mpaee book Home Treatment for Women sent lice 3 t i J I 1i t 0tIoiJtv l YOUT u W a That question will So asked yoq almost daily by business men seeking your serVices if you quaIify4tak the DraughorJT ilning an show ambitfotato sire More BANKERS indorse DRAUGHONS Colleges than indorse another heel ness colleges CQStBINED 48 Colleges in la States International reputation Canklnc Trpewrltlnr Prnmsniblp EoelUh Spelltnc iritlnnetle Utter Writing Bastoess LwYltEabxtlierrbrncke un er reasonable Bookkeeping Bookkeepers all over DraughonsNeW nworkandyorryShorthand cia court reporters vrrjtethe System of Shorthanv Draughofn Colleges teilch Whft Because they know It is the titst f Hachrillo or MempM or Teem 1aL i the use dta noodloxalSve to keep the bowejs open had the ood from KettJngiato yoar system fhe of science VELVCLaxatlve Liver Syrup purely vegetabU and of a aronratic taste Velvp adn the liver welt the f r xkiiurt isy Long ptA ti17 o n socoBdstpry window af her hcust In Philadelphia did little more than Jar aa aged lady the other day When members of the family reached her side thfiy found that she had sastalijed pnly a few brtiiwHf A doctor said no bonos were broken aM that she would be about again in a day or so She was leaning from the bathroom window wheat she lost her balance and fell to the yard 0firJUoh Moving Picture Theaters Thwre ere now ovof 4000 moving plctur theaters In Groat Britain and Ireland Fully ipOQ9PO is said to bar nvestcd In the provimin and work jig of halls algno and aver 32000 peo plo are oiiiployed This leaves out oT account the development of auxiliary branch of tke Industry A total of 2000000 people represents pproxl the dally audience of these pIe ara shows Petruchlbo Character Ho Is a ma4mai In his senses a very honest fellow who speakskhardly a word of truth and succeeds In nil his pricks rind Impostures Up acts his anuirod character to the lira with the moor fantastical extravagannn RTlh complete prefencd bt with uutlred animal spirit and without a pailclo of Ill humor beginning tndViiliaIflflaZlitL is Uses of Vanity An oce6 of vanity brings ridicule upon Its possessor Just as jin utter Jackoflt Inspires contempt Tn tlno behOlder Of the two ridicule Is tho least narmfuf moreover the object or Jibes anti jests always ppsassscs the power to modify and rottna esces alvo vanity luta vli0lcome clevat iaurJda tt 1 Home StudyTibusadsof trnkc4siz ifrs bookkeepers and 4iwgrufrArare holding good positions as the Result of takingDrangnons Hqmei Stfldyi CATALOGUE Forpnces on lessons SY MAIL write Jso F DKADGHON PresIdent Nasliville Teen Forr cat alocue on course AT COLLEGE write DRAUGIIdNSPflACUCAIBUSINESS COLLEGEKqdxrilie oz4ii4dcabKyorEvaanflIe pPiiyiciais Adviseprevent polsanscTAindlgested litest product Is gentle reliable pleasant as as on consQpatiroiadtgestionbilloaenesssI ViLV nately mind from TheWomans1onic fterjouI LAXATIVE LiVERYIJPr The Dingo Tho dingo is iS species QfVld dos found in Avstr lla and is to that rountry Tfluit tIe vdlf Is td eastern iuroe and the coyote to America Kunttog In sacks Jie Is a perpetual monaoe to AustfaIa8 chief IfwJagi try the breaking ot slieeS Owing to his cunnjns and Swiftness the din o Is able hold his own in central Australia and is likely to do so for a long thno jto come otwlth standing the fact thata generous price te set upon his head by the gof eminent Salt In Chimney In building a chimney it is recom mended to put a quantity of salt into the mortar with which the Inter course of brick Is laid The effect says the Commoner vlllib that there vfll uescer io any nccumuIaWop of soot In the chimney for the reason that the salt In the portion of mortar which is exposed will absorb the moisture on lamp days and the edbt becoming lamp will fall down rein the valla of the chimney and nay bo easily re moved The Stats The number of stars that vm be seen by a ebarp oye In our hemisphere la about 3000 or 6000 In haiti iiecfe Isobores By tbo telescope of cotrce many thousands pf stars are brought out that are Intlelblo to tbanaUcd eya Using Instrument little more than two Inches wWotherQ havobeea more tItan 310000 stars duly charted In UM northern half of the heavens jOea1 It has been estimated by very kith authority that the total KiplMT rk ilrto la the whole celestial Tiwlt TWO mount to 8000000 a