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I kAEABUSIIEDEABUSIIEDIN13 i t J I t XIX NQ SPINGFIELD WASHINGON COUNTY KENTUCKY OCTOBER 24 1912 Df r f J5aruspji TO THE JEW FIRST H8 Mrk fill 2430 Matthew vHI 613 P Oei20r AMI MM cemetk wifa tlf I will fi no WttnplM ft iUCRB IS general confusion G aaeagst Gods people respect j tile the relationship I p tH Gospel of Christ betweenI Jfpfahf Mtioa and between the iaod all other nations 0 ft Me Vila that until the coming ckrltyt nattl three and a otI y an after Jesus died arose and asI c iartbe Divine dealings were conI Mid M the Hebrew Tbe Whole world raceIpeMltjf that came bcawe of bis disobedience under DII Tl e fBtftce as being unworthy ofc vertastiac life or relationship with QW The Jews w re no better than the rewdsder of tbe race so far as theIIII cdptHM tell but God having t deterIitCtIdOIroT14eaBetklsfo through wb KtmcdOJ al tbeotI4 irntiM bleatl ed and have the privllece of return s to DjYlae tfdvor- f BMde election of Ateitkkm poster ty because Abra v fca Jraaa aoble Contiiui a reveres carat e who Se halaGod manifested Ills favor toward theIi 4Gcntllezby sending the Gospel to Cor t B Uus4 a reverential holy and gener j eos Gentile Since thou Gods favors 1peJewthe middle wall of partition baa been broken down It It U from this standpoint that wejj toald read the Apostles that the Gospel of Christ Is preached to jrrery creature under heaven HeI 4td not menu nor would It have b eenIIIItrue bat the Gospel had been claimed to OIL What the Apostle t en Is that the GoSpel Is now unreI 4rlitd free tabe preached to every 1creawre under heaven no matter what his monaUIyit Is no longer confined t to Jews as first Now whoever haa Man ear to hear let him hear the Rood Message of the Kingdom Whoever bearsiand has a heart to accept OodIgracious Message let him present his body a living nacriflce holy and necep table through Christ Romans til 1 Jl PhenJclnDL woman oLo rJstmdyj was aXSreck riot a Jewess Her daughter was jibssessed of an evil f spirit Ste heard that Jesus was nearI I Ule border of Juden and she sought Him but ImplorlnK that Be would castI out tbe demonIBat Jesus sold to the womnnLetl the children first be filled for ItIs not proper to take tbpo childret bread and cast lit to dogs She understood the force of this statement The Jews claimed to be Gods people and tbe Geatilesi were styled Gentile dogs because they fand never beets In cove nantrrelntlonhi with God Yet the poor womans fiilth In Jesus and bet desire for the relief of her daughter orn 1d her to press her case and she answered Tea Ix rd but the dogs eat bf the childrens crumbs Jesus i replied For this saying go thy way tbe evttJI gone out of thy daughter hegot the rniriib her faith prevailed Tpday the Israel of God to whom be1 longj all the blessings and promises and favors are the Bplrirual Israelites These through full consecration and the imputation of the merit of Jesus sacrlfic begotten of the Hoiy Spirit are lembryo anus of nod Inheritors of the jplvtne nature and Kingdom Jha C nturiorx Servant Healed Palestine was ubject to the Roman Empire and little garrisons of Roman lOldlea Were stationed here and tllere usually under a Centurion One df these knew of Jesus mighty works and when hs faIthful servant fell sick he went to Jesus Asking for healing This was another GenUle dog desiring n crumb from the childrens tag to one table I oa k potin The Centurions pfalith our Lord deHnred was superior to mujlhlhK that no had found amongsttI tbe Israelite lit gut his requPtltItla jjesus took the winpioit the Israelite xvhi were uouutbiR mirh on their rchtllnushlp to God ns 1 tht lhlltlrHti of Atiraliiun would Und thpm lvis unnttly jntstnken Itein the chtltlren jif Atiruluiui did menu ilnttllt thiej would have tII rlvIleg ii tint these thej1 xxvre iMiJnVlne and not pr win tins i 11 lod took qtit of their nation the lj 5 elItes luuVrd ituiiutlnie the rest rebllfiilwi niul fnr the imsl 111J11tlj j nhirlex fie hiw IW roinplotlnK ti EHect KlnsiIiHti rlnirli otlt of nil tin tl JUR Hut lie U tlnp none enept inch Rt htvi tin fjilth niul uledlence 1 e Abrnhntn nnii tilt spirit of Jesus NeTerthelew this Sfriptiirest tnt 4 Ie early jlwlniv Mini the Jeyvx lire ftlll- ielrW of neTrtaltr promise which In iue time will eauif to them Ta them wIU COJtlPlluatnr privilege of beln tk foremost iintlnii imouigst men dui lijt ileswlali i eltirlmix relsn when the cnh gIirIfli1 rplritunllzed wilt b e ith Him In His Ilirone tInsc1IteCos15Low A Boston man losthis leg from the Its ofsnlnsecttwo yearh before To f vertendicalamities from stings and t i1itosi ofinsects use Bucklens Arnica SWWpHfomptiy to kill the poison arid jireVeat Inna imaUpn swelling Qn Hoe i burns boils ulcers piles jtucia cuts bruIses Only 25 cents Harden Robertson 211k r r1 r v JW I IdI TIlE NEWSLEADER NCWEuIE8VOL 43r 0it nA Pi i I To the Patrons of the Bankiiof II I Washington County II The Banking Commissioner of the State pf 1 I Kentucky has recently seriously objected to Bank permitting their patrons to overdraw their accounts order to conform to the State law we can ANY MORE OVERDRAFTS ON IIInBOOK if 1 request that you keep correct account of you draw on us so that you may know IIUDY aY1yourTO PAY we only refuse because we are com S I pelled to abide by the Banking laws of the State R E Foster Cashier Springfield State Bank Jii A Boulware Cashier Peoples Deposit Bank I I BankIj 110MJ TrentPres Central i Bank WilliS UrgJ ItoSeyenJ Against Divine The case of Thomas Divine Iatnst whom the grand jury ow in session has returned saycn indictments for inhuman l11hl8l her 28 Thomas Is either crazy i Or he is a putty good actor in that line When he was taken j rm the saIl to tbe court house last Monday so that his case could be set his bauds were handcuffed behind his back andI then it took the combined effort of Jailer Board Chief Smith andl lare Deputy Sheriff Ham Brown andI Tom tiabhart to get him there While at the court house he actLc ed the crazy role to perfection among other things sitting in thiS middle of the floor mumbling J himself After the case was set t VsQot so hard to get Ton back to jail forit was down billI all the way and Jake Board gi behind and pushed wbile the others urged him along on each side Be can be tried in two ways One pf them ona lunacy sinquestmind he can be sent to an asylumjj Should he regain his reason o r be dismissed he can sill be tried on the serious charges against him Or he can be tried as i inS dicted and the jury that the case scan either find him guilty as charged or of unsouni mind and repot t the case either iWayHarrodsbuigHerad Mall Carriers WillFIy This is a age of great discoveries Progress rides on the air Soon we may see Uncle Sams mail carriers flying in all directions transporting mail Peo pie take S wonderful interest in a dis 8coverywhy Dr Kings New Discovery forr Coughs Colds and other throat and lung diseases is the most pepular medit cine in America It cured me of a dreadful caugh writes Mrs J F Davis Stickney Corner Me after doctors treatment and all other reme dies had failed Excellent for coughs colds or any bronchial affection Price at50eHayden Robertson Advertisement j Aibor Dayis Fixed By The Governor Frankfort Ky Oct 14 Gov ernor McCreary today issued proclamation designating N ember 13 as Arbor Day urging the people to plant trees and pay more attention to their conser ation The proclamation folf l lows ij James B MsCreary Gyver nor of the Commonwealth do js su hIS proclamation deaignat ingj Wednesday November 13 191 2 as Arbor Day for the Com mobwealth of Kentucky and re quest its observance by the plating of trees or such other appropriate exercises as may deemed proper v The attention of all the people und especially teachers and pu pils of the colleges and schooU ta cal ed to the importance of planting treed A price ess heritage has been wasted in Kentucky and nhiuid strive to do our1 duty raaaing everyproper effort Lu tenevval of our forest Other tUOfc are giving much atetiti Arbor Day In one State over one million trees wereI planted op Arbor Cay and the hem fit derived from other States was great Morn attention should be given to thE common observance ofI Arbor Day in Kentucky than as been gtven heretofore Trees lanted on the next Arbor Day will add to the beauty of theI neighborhood and to the health and welfireNrf the future and supply the inc esin need in many parts of theState School ouse yards hom yards andt public roads should bev beautiful with trees Our national forests diminishing and weVmust ot only save what is left of the forests but we must reforest the ut over tile burnt over and the unfores ted districts of the State November 15 is the date upon which the counties of Kentucky will set out the arboratum in thu capitol here tWhat Makes Woman One hundred and twenty poundsmore or less of bone and muscle dont make a woman Its a good foundation Put into it health and strength and he may rule a kingdom But thatsI just what Electric Bitters give her Thousadds bless them for overcoming fainting and dizzy spells nndtfor dis pelting weakness nervousness back acke and tired listless worn out feeling Electric Bitters have done md a world of good writes Eliza Pool Depew Okla and I thank you with goodaHaydon Robertson Advertisement Gave His Life To- Save Young Girl Gary Ind Oct18CI guess Im 6me good after aBIt Billy Rugh tht fortyone year old cripple whose withered leg was amputated to save the life of a girl in a skin graf lingopera tion in a hospital here spoke these words this morning and then died Pneumonia wai said by the physicians to have been the cause of death The ailment however resulted directly from his selfsaeritice having been due to irritation of the lungs by the eUier that was given him when his leg was cut off to furnish skin for the body of a person whom he had never seen Hugh hr dno relatives and- u since coming to Gary a tramp To Alterative What is attonic A medicine that increases the strength or the tone of the whole system What is an oeII alterative A medicine that alters or changes un healthy action to healthy action Name the best tonic and alterative Ayers Sarsaparilla the only Sarsapa rillaenthelyfreefronialcoholAsk Indlgesbyanlnactiver dostbedtimeL lUu r Several years ago had nade tits Jiving selling oewspap ra on the stws He hud tote trusted for the first bundle of papers with whichhe started lusiness Thegirl Mf S Etb si Smith for whom he sacrifice d his 1eiand later his life Had i een ribly burned ina motoi cycle accident It is jjust two ays siuce hpr recovery advanced sufficient 11y to permit her reiD ral from the hospital in which ijbgh died Wins 10bOO Verc4tOn Charge of Mob Violence Hubbard Caven 15 yars ofr ri a ewho sued through his father W A Caven as next frjend for 50000 da ages for 9 injuries received wbei a mob gathered about their he me near Greensburg lastiMarch and fired into the residence esterday afternoon was avardeU a verdict of f 10000 in the Unit d States District Court The ury was out about an hour It was alleged that Gorge Al Edwards H L Caven Wad Ed t wards Noble Sid bottoms Parish Caven Flew Ad ins Abe f Adkins and Luke Sit ebottom j all residents of Gree countr had taken part in the i ijury of the toT and the runnii of his i parents out of the stat In the original petition Sideb tom Ed Wright Will Cave Sa i Wright George Biy Sim S lebottom and Will Moss were nade de rendanth but no failufj to prove that these men had an counec tion with the trouble t le plain tiffs attorneys asked ml they be stricken from the pi tition Following the injury he plaintiffs allegtd that the d sfeudants refused to allow the ch Id medi cal attention and that ti suffered several hours berfora ajphysician s could be had Following thfs the father and mother removed y to Indiana with the cl ild fear ing that they would be slain ittwas declared if they remained iie the neighborboodvSome of the defend nts were not in court when t le verdict vas returned havin left for home Attorney Swei ney rep resenting the defendat ts moved that the verdict beset aside and was overruled He tl jn made a motion for a new tria and thisI was ovorruledl The case will be appealed it vas slated Courier Journal LEBANON LO ALSII From The Fafcin i Mr George Hail oj Ray wickt finds sheep raising profitable He has 5 ewES that m two years have produced 22 le mbs 19 of which have been rased This years these 5 ewes produced 11I lambs raising 10 wh ch sold for 58 75 While operatug a ane mill at his home on the Ro ling Fork yes erday mornintr lr Martin Luckett had severa ribs frac tured when he was caught between the sweep t ff the mill land the wheel of on which the mill th1wagon Dr Thornton atte man whose injuries are not serious As Master Comm ssioner of the Marion Circuit Court Mr Sam T Spalding sot in the case i of Brussells vs I russells a house and lot in N v Lebanon to Mrs BrusselkforSl000 andI in tile case of the Marion Na tiona BankS Thompson etc sold 248 acres of lane near Ray wick to Miss Wan1 e Hughes for S9500 Miss Pearl Stine pretty and attranivel jounjr My Of Gravell Switch and Mr 8u ert Evans Iof Kcokuk Iowa wre married in Louisville on onday Oct l4th Rov Aldpr an of the First Presbyterian church of fictating At prtsefitr t they are visiting Mr and tors W L Stine at 232 Nitre Louisville IMr Tom Waytje was badly bruised on the right side of hs head and his rights joulder dis ltc ted yesterday morning when his borne frightened on ttfe Shortline pike near the resi decce of Mr Geo Hays and overturned the buggy throwing Mr Wayne out Hewas broughtt andeutt leaded by Er G G Thornton His injui lea are painfdl but not serIOUS ALL DOUBT OF I VICTORY GONE Wilson Will Get 330 Elec toral Votes Declare Cam paign l4a agerai New York Oct 13 Thecbed rock figures of the national managers of the Woodrow Wilson campaign gaye the Demo cratic candidate not less than 330 Votes in the Electoral College This is sixty four more votes than are neccessarf 226 being a majority of tbe college tThe Democratic national man gers however expect to get many more tban 330 electoral Votes Their hopes are fixed as high as 489 votes which would be tbe greatest electoral vote by far ever accorded to a candidate Taat Wilson will exceed the 400 mark is their firm belief The twentyeight states which are considered sure for Wilson by his managers and which form in their opinion the broad foundation of his electoial ma jority are Alabama Arizona Arkansas Colorado Florida Georgia Indiana Iowa Kentuc ky Louisiana Maine Maryland Mississippi Missouri Nebraska Nevada New Jersey New York North Carolina Ohtc Oklahoma Oregon South Ca olina South airoa Teunessee Texas Virginia aud West Vi ginia J In tbe belle of most of ttfb Democratic maL Kers However Wison probably will get ten more States aud is certaiu to get more than half of them Theot additional ten stats navel 9 electoral yotes and are Califor nia Connecticut Illinois Kan as Massachusetts Michigan Miuiusttt Montana Pennsyl ania and Wisconsin These ten States added to the twentyeighth previously fisted would bring Wilsons electoral ote up to 469 Of the teu those of wbicn a majority of the Democratic leaders feel uost sure are Conuectlcut Kansas Massachusetts Michigan Mun tuna and Wisconsin Assuming that Wilson gets no more than 330 however a con of Democratic opinion as nearly as it can be obtained would divide tie remaiuhvg btatesthua For Taft Delaware New Uampahtre Naw Mexico Rhode Island Utah Vermont Wyom ng Massachusetts anti Connec ticut a total of fifty one elec votes For Roosevelt North Dddota Wabmgton Idaho California Illinois Kansas Michigan Min nesota Pennsylvania aid Wisconsin a total of 140 electi ral yates The States which it iis figured will go to Taft if Wilson fails to get them are Massachusetts and Connecticut The StUea which most of the Democratic leaders i say will go to Roosevelt unless Wilson carries them are Call fornia Illinois Kansafcj Michi gan MiuneiOtd Montana Pen dvlvaniaI and Wisconsin I Women as WeQ as Hen an lads HIsorabk by Kidney and Bladder Mia Ki3ney trouble prtys upon the mind discouragcsandlcsseusambitiqn beauty dvigor and cheerful ness soon disappear when the kidneys are- =2T out of order or dis eBedKidnevtrOuble has become so prevalent that it is not unco- mbmonforacliiIdtobei= born afflicted with eak kidneys If the child urinates tooorten if the urine scaldi the flesh or if when the child reaches on age when it should be able to control ths passage it is yet afflicted with bcdwet dependupon it thecauseofthediffi cult1 is kidney troubles 1D1ld the first step should be towards we treatment of trouble these importantorgans is due to a Thisunp1ensnntI the kidneys and bladder habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the tame great remedy The mild and the immediate effect of SwampRoot Issoonreallzed It issold by druggists in fifty cent aha 1oUIU she bottles You may = have a sample bpttle by mall Tree aho a pamphlet telliflg aU shout SwampRoot Ite t8inmpneol including inanyof the thOusands testi- inonial letters received from Guflerer- lwbb foundampR00t to be just th remedy needed In writing ir Ki1m Co Bingbaniten N Y4Dc sure auc f Dettion thiS paper Dont nake an l stakf but remember the sitme pre Xi1ma SwanpRt ud tbad4reu IPcUSWI y CYl bOWf QI Married Two Years Ago An announcement made Mon thy that came asfi surprise lot thelmarriageton daughter oft Mr and Mrs Lafe Brown to ieE Isaacs formerly of this p1ac r out raoq recently of Louisville The ceremony took place in Jefferson yule on August 20 l9H and was performed by Magistrate Hay Following the ceremony the bride returned 19 the home of he r parents near this city and the groom tohis employment in theydivulgenouncement Monday was as much of a surprise to Mrs Isaac parents siit was to her friends Mr 1saes was here for severall days the latter part of last week and it was during his visit that it was decided to cinke the an nouncement Mr and Mrs Isaacs left Monday aftei no is fur a irip and expect to b gote tvo or thrte weeks They have the bSt wishes ol many friends Lebanon Enterprise y Dagger Found San Antonia TexasS t i JII crimson with the bloodrust of centuriesa dagg r was found here In the walls of ao adobe building io ban Antonia add inii another part of the house was found a copper teapot containing 200 Spanish doubloons The coins have been sent to New Yuik lor valuation Chailes Arnaud atid Gus Lac dloffwerutedringdwn structure used in bygone years agja fandango hall when their g picks came incontact with tfhe teapot Extracting this yessIbI hey dug arocu from iits openc mg where the lid should havltuecn and found the 200 doub loons Tbe dagger has a pearl bundle carved by hand carrying afleather y desgn on one sde aLd on the ciher a monogratewWhile the coins date back to be1Hevedoy some follower or JulesLaiite Frencn pivat who operated InI in the Wtst Indies more than a hundred years ago Lafite ftc quently lauded qu the cost uear e the present citj of Galvestou TJieChoicc and A HusbOF is too important a matter for a womanb to be handicapped by blood or foul breath Avoid these killI hopes by taking Dr Kings Life PiUs New strength fine complection pur breath cheerful spiritsthings that tain menfollow their use Easy sMeII sure 25c at Haydon bertsonr II r I Appointed Game Warden J A Thompson of this city nas tteii appointed Game War den of Marion county by tbe Kentucky Game and Fish Corn mission of whict Jos G Sachs of Louisville is chairman Mr mlIslOe IIofII portant one The office Wdsi created under an act of the last Legislature and gives the War den the right to carry errrs nd the authority to deputize utuers to assist in waking arrests The Wardeus author iiy extends not only over ho county in which be resides but he has jurisdiction over the entire State and has the authority to mJke arrests withj out warrenC 1u any rcouutv in lCtptucky The Commission isj appointing Wardens in each county and is taking steps to geej that the fish and game law of the enforcedLebjanon SIUIAYEDFrorn iny plate pa the Lebanon pike a brjuWn jen nett with white points aod 14 hands high v Any information leading tb its rejcovery wiiibe rewarded by Mdnual Mora jja Gebor coal before widterjl makes your rjaad bad Its clwap Remember we give 8Ubs for bisbiifaae btvetwaya donc and load your wlgoti witb a n fork v BD IVAKE Co l JtJjj eI1or4lt i rl RV Qierfi 1L 0 I tJ2 f o w f Fro Presqott of the University qfiMichigan testified berthe Purer H t Food unitteeof Congress thfthe f acid of grapes held highest fanlfeii an article of food and he regarded the riit 0suits from baking with cream of fartbakingpowder as favorable to healtEv 1JRoyal is the only Baking Powder mmJe ii from Royml Grape Crane of TarMr r JJ Republican Junk For Sale Our lease with UncleS a hay rag practically expired und having decided to retire to p i I vate life we the uLdersigmc ctwi offer for sal 6 at our rtjsidnr National Capital WuhingtnD 0 March 5 1913 all the follow ing described property towit One elephant abpnt4d ybarttold and has the foot rot tOuigh Cost of living old enough andjj j to wean sited by Goldbugs and mllerby ecerbOdsOne Republican platform ast oodas new bus only been n used for campaign purposes Iti this platform ra large numbt er of planks from tho demo ratic platform have been inser d but they cannot be distjtih guisued and they wilt go withfi the lot pOne1fromODe Republican Machine somett hat out of repairs aOnesupplied writs OfeaTtngLtHbuse Certificates and a little cash 1Apails grandpa hats coon skinsn ItrejdVt smiles and other things too num rous ntion sail f This will positively take place on the alive regardless nfl Io weather and everything mustt e closed out on that lateC 1tbeEverybody regardless pr pahj political serVItude invited Thisii t ing property Joe Cannon Auctioneers Col Rockefellow JP Morgan and Vdnderbilt Managers Teddy Roosevelt Clerk Farm For Sale j a Good farm on Bardstown and Springfield turnpike aboVt four miles from lown Farmhas 21 v acres of good tillable land grod dwelling and outbuildings is well watered 1 will be in Springfield county court dayI Call on me T J HAMILTON For Infants tad OhlWrac TIll Kind You Hays IIJI Isw Bears the Signature of 7w fUBSCR1P11ON 417AE4R I R0M BANNGPOWER AiWsHeallHiilOiHlitlestifteftid awayI ASTORIA Bold HoIdU ir s 1 JJ Mohday night the rllIc4ris ights were late coming iIio an accident Aboiktsix oclock wo negr es entered Mrjlax r Shapiras Louisville Birf in S wre requesting lo be ftmli a iaitour clothes Mr fekw ira picking np a small lamp reqifea ted them to precede him lito 1- he back room ThlltbitOh l jected to do prefarrtngte follow Mr Shapra Walkiig aldwsy- sawmegrabacsju hd1ci o Max grabbed him aidija the tussell that ensued ih other J gro who give his naasGeorge Graves CiMtll bit better known by the as tof George Jack Lebanon struck Mr Shaplra over th sy witk is bat Max still heldoin calling lorassistancetwb css lathe erson of Sam Rodmt who helped until the arrival oJ War t shall Mahoney who toobii to the lockup Hghll fcane t s lIen Miles from Lebjiaoa In jLha meantime George Jack bad made his escape JHoweyiir it wasf a short duration forMar ha Mahoney followed him to L fc4 on and brought him back here I the next mornlu They were botl carried to Bardstown to await his itloa f thu Grand Jury wiebi kia session and it is qujte likelr Utthey will be tried at this terU of ourt and given ateriaatPraak ort that they richly deeerre t TUB is the llratuhuldu ere that we ever heard of aod It ic is fortunate that ibl jpcrjNtra tors will get their jistt iee ep quickly George Jack hsa already a term in the peajtoBUarT New Haven Echdf 1 t SbKU7 F4 Jw- o c4 rc fishermen Iia Wathin 5 county after two HKHiUw oj itions in Beech Fork claiM have sold 103 wortbo Ifebjtand in addition to yteiall their neighbors a d tfreir own families to r plMal Lpeks as if they must have dMwaliUle seining while the eovatf gaiM f warden was alunaberiag or eUe mast have hired a dot or M piscatorial experts im digguiff bait and catching said e4riatijHC the booty Thipkwe shll pro down Beech Fork way5 tbe Mxt time we take a few weekittyae tlun fora fishing excuru Frankfort Journal F- i ifI PUBLICSPEAKIKG I IIj1oll Jaffles Gainott I IStb te of WatuyMi IWiUdJlt eiDsix i Octobja- t ISafurday I night In tkintst ii iiiistii a 0 Donti1 To Her Him ji i i i t T111 iP TM NEWSLEADER SPP1NGIIELDKYS miu YnTXXTTMDJLY JM L Me JOSEPH POUN t k Xditora and PQb1t1 here k 00I 5 vccMMeting HdBCAtional Divisions 1 and 2 tetelft joint associatIon tFredI i Ickborg Friday tia19th inst i In appreciative crowd was pres AlItj jllnmr served an InteresTing and instructive program ren v iltred f The pupils ot the Fred rinks tfi mr ecbooLdid credit to them xelvea and their teacLers Mr 7 xeoUegan and Miss Figg in the rendition of their recitations and songs 0Mbert Mayes made some practical remarks ou Agrieul ure in School L T O Brian in excellent speech on the Boys explaInedIiomeat the benefits 4 9Assignmentso School Fairs were ably dis I B8 8 by Miss Annie Osbouru now every word is interesting fccausj of the ring of sincerety lomtnon sense and enthusiasm bich accompanies each Miss Flora Wathen discussed the Advantages of the Course of J Study Mr J Thompson How y to Secure Regular Attendance in School L Miss Ruth Sutherland spoke whatfour schools Both speeches were V geod What the patrons can du for our schools was discussed in an interesting manner by Miss p inIeautift111aDgua e discussed the 1 j f relation between teacher and J pupil Mr Geobegan spoke on By- FgteneeaDd Sanitation Mrs f Kiggs followed with some brief i remarks Mr Bush gave sortie practical instructions on How to teach reading The personalty of the teacher was an important f subject ably handled by Miss Nellfe Thompson r The crowning feature of the day was Prof Cclvins excellent speech on the Never apprecmt ed public school in jvhich he presented every possible phase experienceIl wagBlncere scholarly pratttical rj and inspiring ll I RockrunIII ITSAnnie Derr and her Vnes Mrs Hallie Newton of iCampbellsvHle spent Tuesday 4wihMr and Mrs Harvey Sims Mr and Mrs J B Mitchell and little daughter Susan of Ohiplin spent Sunday with C R Coulter and famiQ m t Mr Allenspent from Sunday mntil Tuesday with Mr Henry I White of Pnlliam 1IMrs Warley Curtsinger and sister Hester spent Wednesday with Mrs T B1 Noel of Glenn Creek Tfitt Annie Derr and two children Robert and Nellie7 4spent Friday with Mrs Will Mooi e cf Mackviile rBndsford Hale spent Satur day night and Sunday with Cecil iDrr Mr Elias Perkins and pon Pardon were iin Mackviile ani L business TuesdayoiW Js Fowler Everett Hule t and Noah Pinkston were inI Bprirgfield on business one day last week IMrsRP f Colvin and Mrs Maud Anderson spent Tuesday jdlh the fauiUy of Thomas Col yin Messrs John Anderson aud it Thad Den went to Harrodsburg t on Saturday to meet Mr and Mrs Sam Derr of Indiana who t will be the guest oJ Moland Derr and family thIs week t jAr Walter Hale who has been confined to his room foj sevei al i days with rhetrmatismns some I belter HL lleft on Saturday murning for Martinsville where j he will speed ten days v Mr and Mrs Robert Sims of Mooreaviile spent Sunday aDdI Monday with relatives here Thomas Colvin sold five herd of t letj Boss Litsey of rlafIeld price unknown y f iiChct awd A HusbOfli t ttf f r a Womroll e JI w a ai Jj wtjikneM bid 2 bJ ifos4 briMk jTVoid these killil 1t1i g IJfe pmaJ sw MrikIme e1ection tin thitFfSIi Ewy safe f2ktHay4on 4 Robertaoru Cartwrights Creek VMr J E Smith and daughter Miss Gertrude spent Sund y with Mr Emmanuel Smith aud family v Mr and Mrs FIetcherCarr- ido spent Sunday with the formers parents Mr and Mrs J B Carricoi Among those who attended church at St Rose Sundaywere Miss Kate and DJver Fowler Miss Prudie Carr co and Mr berV Hamilton of Fredericks wnSMr J B Ranuy and wife spent from Saturday until Moo day With friends near Lebanon Rumor says there are going to be several weddings in this vicinity soon MfX B O rrico sold to Mr T E Ballard one nice mare and colt price private Several from here attended the sale of Mrs Oscar Fields TuesdayMr Young and wire- entSundav with Mrs Henry m1tb Mrs TV W Obryan who has been very iill for some time we- ear sorry to report not much im provedSMr Ben J Smith has been confined to his bed for a few days with rheumatism Mr RichardBdgettand Miss Essie Smith spent Sunday with Mrand Mrs TfM Badgett Some farmers are very scarce of water for fitock in ths coun try therefore a rain would be a welcome visitor Forgetme not WHERE CONVENTION IS HELD Sunday School Mooting to Take Place In Paducah Ky Broadway Methodist Church PaOu cab Ky where the nqpunl couveutloii Jl E CttVHril IADUCAtl of the Kentucky Sunday School Aaso slntion will be held Oct 20Nov jrgii numbers of delegates nre es pettfd from all parts of Kentucky Professor Roper Pianist Professor A W Roper of Wluou- ilaikf Ind will the the pianist at tilt State Convention of tbe Kentuckj Sunday School Association whjch held In Ijidncuh Ky Oct 20Xov Mr KojHr lias been the acc tnpn nist ut ll1 taat Stinday Schoo niivenMoKK held In Anierka for thl fast three years and during the sum mar hna bran giving dally piano recit iIii to audiences of thousands of people iII i i t ixi 1i WHAT REPUBLICAN PROS PERITY IS fr What has uresult beenfjf iItyj Xjer dlHtrltiutcd at nil or not I- f5ji up to be presently concentrated x under the ontrol of compara lively small bodies of men who can determine almost at pleasure whether there shall be compeL Lion or not The nation as ana tlon has grown Immensely rich She lis justly proud of her Indus tries and of the genius of her men of affairs They can master anything they set their minds to and we have been greatly slim ulated under their leadership and command Their laurels are fJ many and very green We must Y J accord them the great honors 1 tc1 for us But what of the other side of the picture It Is not I easy for us to live as It used to jbe Our money will not buy ns much High wages even when v we can get theta yield us no A great comfort We used to bo 7 f ldulllt+ Ilif niijcrii of have lpci J y disturbed lo flail ntinwSvcs row J = lirli poerer even though our earn were slowly Increasing ttIn climb faster than we can i lib our earu1ngT s upIrm rWllKdns Speech Ac f rIf TIi 11 +H+N IHtt Tartl In tbft days when irs Oeorffp Corn RandolphChurchilll among politicians pad political affairs and ofae story told of her shows bow she scored off Sir Joseph Chamberlain nnrc9nrThe1paintings she biirt done But why notypalnt ui r one otthewto asked Where can you find more ali tractive modelsr i a Imposslbler1 Lady Randolph ex youblack I FINE PROGRAM FOR CONVENTION Xeiiluoky Sunday Schools In LSessldn FFife Days STANDARDS Will BE THEME Professor E O Excel of go and Professor A W Rpper Vinona Lake Will Lead Music41 ads of States Sunday School noixer to Attend Tlie folloxvlng Is the program of the Foct3sc enth iStnte Sunday Sthool Convention of Kentucky dct 20Xov 1012 Broadway Methodist Church corner Seventh and Broadway Padu- cah reader ot musk Professor EO Excell Chicago III RoperWinonaConvention theme Standards And David consulted with the captains of thousands and of hundreds even with every AFTERNOON Conferences S430 Elementary3lvlslon Broadway Methodist church Seventh and Broadway secondard division First rnoFEsson E o EXCELL uaI Christian church Seventh and JetrersonI nrtult division First Presbyterian church etSeventhTUESDAY EVENING So we built the wall and all the wall was Joined together unto halt the height thereof for the people had a mind work 730Song service Professor E Ex cell Chicago leader- Devotional Rev W D Jenkins Paducah 8Welcome address Judge C C Grass ham Paducah Ky 8ZOA Greater Kentucky President J B Weaver Louisville Kyhe840 Working Together Mr Huston Quln Louisville Ky ce9DeflnitenessGeorge A Joplin Louisville KyIWEDNESDAY MORNING Every place that the sole of your toot shall tread upon to ybu have given It 830Song service Professor E cell leader 815 Devotional Rev H M Welsecke Paducah Ky Gleanings HevT C Gebauer Henderson Ky 915 Galiing Ground Mr W J Vaughan xjulra Kjvr 530 Ueginiiln6a Miss Maude L Dance Louisville Ky 9I The Poetry of Statistics Mist Frances L Grtgsby Louisville Bible study hour Rev F N PalmerS D D Winona Lake Ind Book StudIGenesis 1045 Song eft vice iil5Tle Sunday School as an Evan elletlc Purer Professor Byron H De Ment D D loulsvllle WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON In the namr of our God we will set ur our banners Song servlce Prof et 0r E 0 Excel ieaitprS116 Devotional Rev S iJ Tull PnUu coh Ky 230 StnndanU Rev George Jon J45AiHnR ltf Choices Miss Mart Ino Riier louevlllu ITh li iiovequent Professor ilcri6iili ii Louisville Ky prorr3yr11SnK NigtiIr36SThp hrlBtlins Task Mia TJMttary lousv ly- 4U NVv Pn riotlnrn Mrs Acne Eifort AbtiKnJ VFi NK8bAY EVENING VhinR ih slinll a young twin claim fir uuy fly tnxlna heed thereto ncccinl tag to thy worjjf Sting 8erfjco Professor Kx cell hdfrJ17i5Dtotiont4I11ev W A Flte Pa tlucah Ky SThe Roy Over Fool lull Mr W Fred Ix ns Jnclcson Miss 830BiiiU study hour Rev F N Palm er D D Chart Study The Ten Com mandments TIM RSOAY MOlt lNG Study to Mw thyself approved unto God a workman that needeth not to be shamed rightly dividing the word truth 830Song service Professor E 0 Ex cell leader SPaducal Quln s5TheFraS Ki9avHoSchool940ThpTeacherrrsningChicago10Blblo StudxIOSCIi10nng It105TheJfmtl lipotterIJitsinoep aniinincemcnts etc WCsnUIIU1t THURSDAY AFTERNOON Conferences 21 Elementary division accondandllllon tto churchConfennce offl errs 4K to 13t Dlstrjct OrganlitatlonI Me w C rtie The County Mapt UingIttesmlttee tliionaJreTHingbAY EVENING r Ding yei irof the tithes Into the stOp awse tiit there may be meat iri h n nellie VadJjKoVe me herewith Jialth the t1olI i if I will not open you lila wlrtlIt avsn itnd pour you out I tr5 sb1I 00k be l r I 7W L s I it t t = w 4Q- I HEAD o 4OtJ ti s ae ffi 1 I J OF REGISTERED = i T fDaE l r e 1 At Public Outcry Saturday Oct 26 Iif A 4i 9 Weanlings Yearlings Two yearv1ds and Brood 1fl sffF tti Also Some Mules and Mule Mares r V1 = rf 6 t = Slewill be held on H Thut mans farm U4 mile frcm Springrield beginning IIoo I k2 ISEND FOR CATALOG LUNCH ON ROUNDSp hurmari PeterstSpringYleld Ky Jsnouzi to JP tsiSoag service Pijofestdr E O Ex cell leader Devotional Rev H W Burvrell Paducah Treasurers report 815 Presentation of ennants IdOOfferlng 9The Meaning of Mqdern Sunday School Movement Mr W C Ppnrcfe FRIDAY RNINO Let us go Uput o ee anti fatness It for we are well able over omr It1 830 Sons service r snur 0 Ex cell leader 845 Devotional Hen Hugh Wuton Pa dulahIReport of confer icon EtitteotarY Miss Mary L WillI Maysville Ky secondary Mrs Mild d J DavIs Padu cah Ky adult Mr I an S Rcs louts vllle Ky county a district ofltcers Mr C J NuKcnt Jr UiuUvllle Ky 10Blbl slanly hour Ilov oN Palmer D D Map Studies Palestine and the Mr W Fred Long tl1tl1SchoolIJuHlncR olc etc- il3OThe Sundnv Organized Mr W C Pearce- Confersneo of itendenta- FI11DAY AlfpRXOON Song service Iif essor E O Ipxcell leader 215Devotlonftl Re W O Lang ducah 220 Klomsntary tram the Intertla tional standpoint Mr C Pearce 245 Elementary w k from the state- andpolnt Rev Jeot o A Juplln Elementary worw rom the standpoint of the school alls Jl ude L finnce 315 Opportunliy Kir Training the Ele mcntary Worker Nannie Lee Kray ser Ixul8vllle Ky 345 Con ferentotC Wadle roll Ira HuHtnn Quln lui Ie Ky Ixjtliiiciu Mrs William Wrlistr iLouliviltf Ky mary Miss tlclnc lousviil Ky juniors Miti Nunl Ier KiTV T Element ty litui jlTF hAY VKXIVO Hut be yc Ilers the otl Hid not orErll only lflnJj yoursv ThiSttg tcive fer tO Kx ll ldstSWtet P cab Ky JIjSrTh t tile srtd yrNiunf ii SO9TPw ULl u s Peare REV WI FLOJtG ississippi Cec 3ercry to at Sundy hooT itcng1- ie V Fivil IHIK f laijs Miss the Miif il lit rtI trliltMil Slllll S AsKllitlltl itt r illtlIV nf ilii ipii I ii I1rjOIIIlt oilI lOu things In thj tho Formerly fn m Kentucky he will erectt many frhiul when he refurni to he one of peakers Itt thd Kentucky Sumlnj chool Convention to he held at In ducah Ky Oct 2 iNpv SundayInview of the Kentucky Bui day School Assorln on being held jm Paducah Pet 20 Nov 1 Sunday q t 27 has been dcsjs nated as Sunday School Sunday Al- luperIntendents e naked on that day o make special leution of the con Ing convention nd pray for leds hlesslng upon It ill pastors are nsla ti prenb sermon that morning onHIINe Study and nl the evening scrvliv on The Churcui Studying thq Wurrt In Its Sunday Sfitjool Programs oi he State Convent on will be sent to til who wilt write r them to the Ken Sunday Scl aol Association 7K nlsrJltL JarliUYsKidnf nd Bladder PUb FORBACKACHE A m444 I i Coats Dresses and Tailormade Suits iV t FOR WOMEN MISSES AND JUNfORS IiNevJ Autumn and Winter OutergarmentsIi IiMddccf Every New fbrlcrujr6rCd and Finished by cn Expert Man Tailor t1 tvere- f fgl 1 lIu fplta would In tutnMittf oPtP Ii54I4i WOllldlJetI 5TAILO MADFSUITLil illus triti or sizes made fii inporhd whipcord grays hrow IS and lits regular cus arc suit If wedo have yitrr size we will trikfe your turea i7O r jLJrFor 00 wcim ex JKisse irTprtelsilk and vr5tc whipcord browns grays liri4gsIIa line 23CO OVER STYLES OF MADE SUITS in stock to select ifruin1 cheviots Kuish wide wale hrrat1cl tland novelty Tiivtur plain anti trimmed suits as ivh as 750 arid ivas lbJl0bALE DRESSES for women made of allwool storm trgc browns navyrtan Copenhagen ami black culTs and tiironud wilhsatin cbimeuseto match sunn buttons a 100 Qidress special t70 v SATIN CHARMEUSE DRESS tyRohespierret lflacei J DRESSES FOR STRiiET AFTjERNOON OR EVENING WEARSecges wuol ratius silks satins chiffon nets lacrs and lingerie VVomen and Misses Dancing Dresses as low as 150p Dresses at 1000 1260 1850 7E ifc 1 2500 andup to tJJ col tI 0 i w b1Icoor TJ i i iiD fi4 When theyre aft dose ina JIIkOL11 ScaL1erkti1r and make your bore gun good brush thicket Arrow and Nitro Club steel 7 scattcrload shot shells open up your pattern eveiily that jgjf your bird can neither too much nor too little r specialsystem of wadding gives 25 yds a spcud cquJ that ofa standard sbell Oyds and vji penetrationSThe steel lining the speed pluS perfect ptllsta Get box today Your locI dealer hu tKn Try them on a paper wet with yout old dud gun r Remington ArmsUnion Metallic a 1 2J299 Broadway w = iarch Cf r t ii re iit tiiI tttI1 Tlk jtpd Jvsem rtt tIitt irtrt t iJ lati Jht Iltt tmlr- J111htH 5SOiflfl IIrtIIIJIIIleiIphrlIsII isitd irinnn Avijiirw iiII5j4 LL14bIIt er Hfth Q wk ens nises t stt ks tll not t special s ci 01 t iSO TAILOR ur wurstods S ft t SERGE tflIhse collars fronts d QJe to II get up sUp l- choke in or t llined so get A at to at 4 jrtitei a t ade Vie Sea Pilin Ah yes imirwiifitl ills Screech er after the Hwt ijilwlfewatl i Hip wi- tslcslel Imvii iilante eVJtnir tx Ir hart frompVQvy jyifTiMl iObtWiiv ntffiwHrtv ttirni nrwflrnnU tiztdalt t tJ filptr iCZ2IIT1LSV- On t 5i1aiif hVviVji t0Pi Tl0 Jws tt eol illneT set l l itt j tj Idouf Ht Z COAT Likc illustration ull sortlehbled1ens and misses sizes high button storm collars and belt backs 1500 flspetialBLAtK BROADCLOTH COATS Cut full length new large square collar with long shawl rQlI trimmed with flat silk braids ant ornaments large silk ornament fastening half Mlklincd O 18 50special P IMPORTED CHEVIOT COAT Cut full length womens and sizes coIrs blacknavy and n1isses1 new bighbutton soft roll tars back of coat collars and cuffs trimmed ifseJl and rek and gre6h 00beautyNEW JOHNNY COATS45andI 48 inches long womens misses and junior sizes made of narrow wale boucfe cheviots gray blues and browns new high button soft crush collars deep cuffs bund edges alues tf 1 fjt r16O lgOU iIlish cheviots JofNKW FULLLENGTH AND JOHNNY COATS Hun 1 PerI4lotl au novelty mixtures prices froml750graduaI y J t 4 tf O7 C atll juptoII ewrwwb1ilI41IsIIIi V ifJ 1 tttVii iS4tttlW r 4 MvlsW ie- 41aNTLWT L b7jutn lipunti NorthBound No 41 Uoi 43 No ill N 2 No 44 No 10 aily Daily Sun Daily Daily Sun lox Sun ExSunJ Sun ExSun ony- Louisvilla 43m tmIOI0 pm am 5R1pm93U am DardltuwnTct jf1t J9U Toa T5IJ 14lli Bartovn ii6 t I1u251 46 34r I3Oo 73Sprlllfleld Pf6 335 4JuUt15t 130 Ar Mr Ar Lye tte Lye 1ijCtusvs- p 1IIIp c r I DKiBURTONl IDKNT DENTISTs 11 W rk Guaranteed r HQNE1621l HagM Block dpitaln- PElNGFlJCLl KY riJCJiVCD Pijsician and Sorgeon 1rf O1c hours 8 to9 am f 1 to 2 pm + Offices over Haydbns Drugstp VfFi GB1GSBY TTORNEYAT LAWr itJPmNGF1L1J KYJ t 1IID NW HYATT Officu over Red Gross Drutj iStorn Office hours Hyatt l630 o12 m 4 to 5pn- JlMc WILLIAMS Notary Public WIMJSBURG KY D po ition a Specialty j Y MAYJS S P YEAGER 7 MAYSYA0R I Funeral Directors and EmbalmersI g TELEPHONE p1 10 NIQHTT4 KYIyj F TRUSTY PRACTICAL L DENTISTOffice over HayUon t Barber fenbdworkatireasonablepric sU work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD K- YTREEStt Frnit acl Ornamental Sbr ubs Asperagns Rhubarb- Pec DoR08e = f Phlox etc f Grc wers of wrat we sell Free It CaUlog No Agents jil F Hillenineyerr i Sons J Lexinelon Ky Ttl 1 f FFIIILE STUDY COUPON flible and Tract Society IT Hicks SJ Street Brooklyn N Y Jrjj Klndly send me the Bible I studies marked below Vbtr Are the Dead Forlvabland Unpardonable l Sins Say the Scriptures Re halo Punishment Man lii Hell 1th Cross of Christ We Glory Most Precious TextJchn 318 End 43f the Ago Is the Harvest Length and Breadth Height and 1 J Depth of Gods Love IThe Thief In Paradise Christ Our Pasover Is Sacri ficed The Risen Chnie- tFonardination and Elaction The Desire of All Nations Paradise Regained tThe Coming Kingdom Atonement Spiritual Israel Natural Is IraeL fTbe Times of the Gentiles Gatheringthe LordS Jewels Thrilst In Thy Sickls Weeping AH Night Wha Is the Soul Electing Kings The Hope of Immortality The Kings D ugitcr the Bride Calamities Why Permitted Pressing Toward the Mark Chrfttian Stlepce Unsc1e- ntifictand Unchriatiarf Lords Return Golden Rule The TwoSalvationl aNcimo rj Street w A City and State Upon receipt of the ribave coupon A we wIlt end nny o eot 1 tbese Bible Studies tfHEE any eeurJhplU for 5 cents stftrnpsV or the entire 31 for iio teats REND ATV ONCE TO BOClBTYHj 5SErceQtric viat 1ri QlaZ to the pffwtM of jJliort ilrte hiliiiiMiocs vliV yri won n 1andothrI M vry dIIlIrut fu Ieount fortlw 1U1lrIIKkibUt t l tidal jvnn5 In vjulnn juirtH ItJ tU irprld Interfering wart rausc nlitiles itTnUHj nud In atlc1rt r plnreSi WUlfi nnthi other Ifiind in th krbon back of the lbile of Wlybt nn to the t1ln Scotland there are thru ItSdeti la ji day The latter bnve bee Mcrlbed to orertldes produced by th e4Jcttlon rot tidal waves tannin Were aid resembling the overtones ls4und3 New York Sun Ikal FTej ii1kley and 7j it MelJ lUlq IlQ strt flteCOUJllJ 1A c Wi i TOWN p mnw mnw iLocal Happenings ol Interes The Freshstand Latest II JAI1AboutYourse1TF1ends I MMm Acquaintances 2yearJJi J FOR SALEWagu and set of double harness1 T P O1ryah FOR SALE100 Locust posts Some end posts rRL Olemrnts1 i FARMERSCome in tndSe burTjinothy Seed best oq tthe inark tjrhev are cbeap Get our pride B D LAKE 4 Co Monday was Quarterly Court There was but onecas in which there was a contest and that was in the case of Tom Nally vs Cole Nally Co which was compromised We handle a fall line of Feeds Corn Oats Bran Hay Molasses Feed Coal Salt and till kinds of seeds B D LAKE Co Strayed from ray place onjI long tail buck lamb Any iinfor villlberewardedoryI tmt fearless of all objects 1 Rough ton runabout new 1 new high grade buggy set double wagon harness in good order Apply at this office Thera will be two political spe kings in town Monday Hon Ed Morow will be here in the interest of the regulaa Re publican party and Hon Robert Herding of Danville will ba hero in the interest of the Democratic Both are good 1spahcrstog will be heard I R pier Edelen The Timfs of Saturday coO tamed the annouDcenaerit of the approaching marriage of Mr R Eli Edelen to Miss Leone Rapier of Bardstawn The groom is a son of Mr R H Edelen Sr and the bride is a daughter of Judge Boone R pierof Bardstown The wedding will take place November 6th 19lfc Both are well known hers ConnorRiggs Miss Pearl Conner and Mr quietlymlast Wednesday evening Tlcl wedding came as somewhat of surprise as LO one was aware that the wedding was to takeS place The ctremony was formed by Rev T J Wade in the presence of a fEw friends The groom is a prominent young man of Nelson county and is a contractor while his bride is the possessor of one of the brightest intellects in thb newntlpaperyears been co nected with a paoer in Texas Ibe paper was well known through the South and was fattous for the brightt gems that appeared in its culI urns She is a young lady who lis highly regarded by alt who know her They will reside in Springfield lpragueDuncan IMr Wallace Duncan and Miss aret Sprague were marriedI at the Highland Prestyterian t Church Louisville last Tnu s TOPICS I DR V MANNING DENTIST t SPRING IELD KY Offices over McElroy Shaders grocery Pho M 284R Hours 8 o12lto4d- ay by RevM Hayes Miss Ruth Spraguii sister uftbeI bride was mid of honor and Miss Eleanor Duncan sister of the groom wa the bridesmaid Mr Randolph Sprague was the best man and the ushers were MaurYIDurre1tNorton Eleanor Sprajpe was flower girl abd Master Elkin Kaufman was ring beared The bride was handsomely attjired in a gown of Crepe Meteor trimmed in point lade and wore her yell back from her face and carried brides roses The church was hand fJowersIliever by clusters of Casmos Immediately after the ceremony they were entertained at the bora of the bride after which thus left for a bridal trip from which thpy will return to Newark N J where tne groom is em ploved Mr Duncan is a son of Mr and Mrs G D Duncan of this place and up until a few vears ago made his home here He is a yery worthy young man and it can be said of hjm that no man ever stood higher here as an upright citizen His bide who is a member of a prominent Louisville family has frequently visited here Milliams TRIMMED HATS NelNelccat bands wonderfully ItIOConnorReed Mr Jam Dvison Reed and Miss Lavinia OConnor were married at St Rose yesterday afternoon by Rev Father Gavin The attendants were Mr Litsey who Wfis best man and Mss Mabel Price who was the bridesmaid The bride was attractively attired in brown traveling suit with picture hat to match and ctirriod a bouquet ror yellow c9ryshthnl ms they lleft yi11 ttAfrorlhejcremonv bridal trip The groom is of Mr and Mrs Leroy and is young man of stjrling worth who tis reckoned asone the coun Itys bst prospects in the younger generation while his brde who is a daughter of Mr trod MrsJas OConnor is a handsome young lady who tuw bers her friends by hor acquaint ances She is a prominent of the younger social circles of the county Tbey were the recipients of many handsoraa presents rI1 W 4 III I I I will be in Springfield II- II Monday TO October BUY 28 1 ir too MULE COLTS III Medium to good Also few g lings and 2yearolds r yearI Bf1 Jirn I lUAL II v4iii I SPEAKINflI1 I address the voters of Washington county at If ffwil CourtHouse Springfield I II0 Ii Dont Fail To Hear Him Jh cg IL u Cecil Mrs Ann Eliza jcil died quite suddenly ut tilel home other son Mr B J ecillast Friday Shortly bi fore her death she complained jf feeling a1Ii i lion anyone had that any thing was wrqng She was 7S years of age and prior to her marriage was a Miss Forrest i Marlon county Her husband Mr Tine Cecil preceded her tOJ be grave sevtral years She is survived by two sons Messrs Forrest and B J Cecil tl e pasing of Mrs Cecil Rose leighbor hood loses one of its it dest resi dents She was a wo nan high lv regarded by all y ho knew her being endowed w th a kind and generous disposit on which rather ought the v rtues of those with whom sh came in contact rather than tl jir faults Funeral services were onducted at 6t Rose last Sat rdav and burial was in the fatily lot in the cemetery there Retreat St I ose A spirituall retreai of three days will be given at St Roses church under the auspices of the 1J I I INEILLINE1Yj t WE MAKE A SPECIAL FEATURE OF AT THE RIGHT PRICES suits at low pric s shapes and in all colors CoShe f L h JI= 7 N Ed u f i a son Reed a of member Mules anted i a I t In St at Holy Name Society the Altar Suciety and the Ya ng Ladies SpIt1yrflils retr twill be gin on Friday morn ig Novem her 1 lFOast of Al1Saints at 8 oqljclc anNllse the fot lowing KuudayX tI ernoon ati 230 wttbIu UiMidM ally of the Societies and enedicUon Tne e PLIPiLl1 the retreat areas 9follows Ea Ii morning morning there will be u ass ntJ 30 and 8rIJe uui ses will be preceded by the osarv A sort instruction w Jl be given afer the 530 nut 4 and the regular morning Nrrnoo after the 8 oclock mussI The after noon services will bI at230 con Ulig of Rusary ermou and Ben dictiun of the eased Sac rament I lid soci ties of St Ruses will exten a cordial welcome to aM why iiiay wish to unite wrth ttem Verio g these IRW days of laYer They also extend a hiariy vita unto uonatiliolics he sermons FaherIl1touFriday a m Mtri Sin pm if Death SttturJuy a ui Judg ment pm nC Home Sun StecratneotI During lhs Ti uum an op portunity wil be gjioii4 to all for the reception of PI Sucramdnts Religious art c sjmay pe ob tamed at b t lio ej and Win be- blessedat each snwice It is to be hoped that all tjis pe pie will retire from their d jly avocations and respond to liij inyitatidu extended by the fathers of St Rose and gihe sc lit ties of the church L NOTIEEI After Sunday Oat 27th we wall discontinue to opjn qur meat business on Sundar asU is now cool enough to ke p meat overnight Deliveries will be made Saturday afternoo lor Sunday BTomTongff C ArThompson Fiscal Court The Fiscal Court has been in session the past two days and we feel that we will hem the bounds ol truth when we say that thishas been one of the stormiest sessions held in the county for a lofig time The trouble resulted over the contests for Poor Rouse Karper Poor House Commissioner and Ph vsi ian Some weeks ago the Democratic membersin order to determine what candidates the Democratic member wouKi support and at the request of Uie various candidates tutored into a caucus at which it was determined to support Verne Au berry for Poor House Keeper Geo Edelen for Commissioner and S F Hamiltou for Physi cian and Clarence Gordon for Supervisor Turnpikes How ever owing to some misunderstanding as to the result of the caucus Esquire Willeit a Demo cratic member dE lined to vote with the other D nocratic mem bers andrcast tub vote with Esquires Uemrsn Birch and Hays for Mola u Derr for Poor louse Keeper ioarn Bottoms frCommissioner tud W E Crams for Physician Esquires Polm and Gordon voting for Au berry Hamilton and Ed lellrrhen pame tha tug of arID the Su pervisjr of Turnpikes race Judgr B L Litsey recommend jug Cl nnce Gordon fur super- Visor but nthisibe was not su tamed by the Court Esquires Hendren Birch Hayes and Willett voting Iijo and Polin and Gordon voting YosJ Judge Litsey then stated that he would make no further appointment On Wednesday a set of reso lutions were introduced by Es quire Polin which J udge Lit seys record as a Judge was given considerable prxtee alto stating thati the Judge was as a matter of law entitled to name all he officers on which the Court had voted but that as a matter of custom Judge Litsy had given the right to the Pisjal Court and deplored the fact that the Judges wishes had been turned down 5n the only appoint ment he desired to make and recommending that the Court rcisider the nidtttr The resolution was seconded and placed upon its passage but the vote stood Polin and Gordon for and Hays Willett Handren and Birch against Thereupon Judge Litsey declared tha action of the Fiscal Court in its voto on the officers null and void reserving to himself the appointment of these officers FERSUNA L Mr Price Tyler of Bloom Held was here Saturday and Sunday Misses MargimH t Edelen MarI garet Kbetsui and Catharine Simms who are attending school at St Cutharims spent a ffew days at huihe this week Mjs Isabol Medley spent a fewUUjs in Lebanon the guest off Miss Bernice pa lngjMrs JSJ QJpinents attended the Centenary Celebration at Nazareth last week Mr R H Morgan spent Saturday in Danville Mr Tandy Quiseuberry of Louisville is hire Mr and Mrs Will Medley have returned to their home ini 0 Wensb ro Mr C F Bosley was in Lou isville this week j Mr Bassett the Progressive candidate for Congress was In town Saturday as was also Mr John 0 Tlibmpsoa the Republi can candidate Mr and Mrs CurtI Httrdetv of Eminence were week endtr guests of Mr uudMraP J Thomas Miss Mini tEJfepnV ka 1 J wr JMtRob E7 IUI 081 ARil I This brandof Underwear is too well knoWn for us e take upr space telling you about To ue it once m iIJg to want it everafterwards You can find full line of the popular styles in Woi c I I storeII CONI I j t I A II INC RPORATD Ie 1t5 4W 4 o t sas City is visiting her aunt Mrs A Browni Mr Clarance Adams and fami ly of Salviare visiting at the home qf Mr L N Reed Mis Jennie Leachman has returned from a visit to Mrs Olmrles Litsey Mrs C W Noe is visiting her sister Mrs Will Daisy in Lou isvillt Mrs J N Kelly is visiting relatives in BloomfieldJ MeadeOuunL Mr and Mrs H W Middieton and son gf Sbelby v ill Jare guests at the home of tyr and Mrs J J McCab3 Mr and Mrs T S M1 yes have returned from Washingon- Mr and MsJ Frederick Riggs are in Loretto today Youthful Juror Summoned The most youthful Juror ever sum moned In an Irish court Is a little six yearold lad who the other morning attended the recqrdcr3 court In Bel fast with his mother for the purpc o of answering his name and asking to be excused from serving In such an onerous capacity Surprised Japanese Jiosbsrd Out of burning jealousy Torakiehl Hntano rained blows with a club on his wife Tchl who was asleep in bed Tho blows rendered the woman sense less and this surprised the brute of o husband Japan Times- ConcentrAted Wisdom Will your boy go to college dont believe hell need to replied Mr llliRglnn If he ever learns the answers to all the questions be asks ho will hnpvr more than the proles OIt Near End of His Patience Reggy Deswclle to his tailor Weally I think I have ben very pa tient with you promised again and again to pay you but if yoi bothering me sImply wont jais any more Fllcueade Blatter 4True GivingIIf Instead of a gemS or even o flow er we could cast the gift of a loveft thought into the beart of a friend that wouldbe giving as the tinsel must glvo George Macdonald 1jIForgotten wants to knOW what has become of the oldfashlomSd t man who used to go to the penlteh tlary after being found guUty7To ledo Blade Wo License on That Journey ila no car line to heaven II 1Thora yourself sitting down as yoc you are not on tho yayrr Christian Herald F Dont Go Together T huInoticed said Uncle Eben dat a man very seldom has a swelled head and a bIg heart at one aa de same time Awful PqsslbUjty fDo only objection to lettln do tla dies vote said Uncje isbon ja dat t deyr liable to require special hats foh election days same as Easter d S OnXBeargthe1 Ttetnd HanAhiy r tUv h r t iI FRESHI tND OYSTERSII I EE- I RECEIVED DAILY AT r It I BENEDETTI uofIIFRElf CANES ALWAYS ON ljII L iel jRo1iab1ad Col1prehensiveTe1eplioue Service Is necessary to conduct successfully a bosineas enterprise The Cumber land Telephoneand Telegraph Company gives you a universal service tttf is local connections witb all citizens ia your town and Long Distance eon nections to nIt outside important cities and towns You get exoctly what you pay for Call our Manager for further information The demand la not for cheap telephone service but for reliable and comprehensive tele phone service it CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH 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land sown in grass jIj rt Thfi fflifljPlbPtY of timber for building pui OH t r4callon5i EBWELLSOrHAIRYWEU 7 1 ii 8 I 11 CALLED A Hi S TIIM JIIIIesr IniiuIi a It 1q Hefsa to OttMta sHeMee HM H tusMa Husssr- c Ejfl ISmdIIr4tJIIubtI- i t1 It tIS jrttk the Chtfstfaet 4esteea- te b ve tiae ta jteee aeieac e psiHis after CWIt eaahe nil to fw hMtttiiMM oft rf thf Clift ftv MIjey Jtfatheeaieet ataefefa fa alwaye rey to break till re Tt jpilaet tfce Nee aa4 aicaky of S M4ivMttei Its laifkty aaiertuaate ler a per j U M eetly atllcW with 11wf fceo k fa a real euferiaf It1a1 r tat trabe a aiaa aad I IS tael reaeea bat 0f aia A IMrtII of eraey wjw laiyaUeat 1 JeU ve elflilda fat OM art the lee I et erats aa4 ptatktLI a t oee 10 feed te aaybody M nine 4 I oUt ef teaa nls aehaaeAof I ixelfwaea W Me Willa fet the 1 kjkter of ate I As proef that ifflpattpnce fa clop aat wiekeaaeee aotlce oif aTletlm k will swear iaealCkfa iriead I afa wife kkktae cat ekmaowa 9 I II Sa kM Jradto JUkeI eietjieey lt4IM am si ajiIseraDl ifcieaeetf Ie are the eYH aeeecta v NM ef is p tJeaee Okie Stat Jour ti1 j oaL 1Y WftD IS WELL NAMED L J KI ftwpM ef AH Feathered Crsa tore Tltetffh Its jEfte Are Ptuiissd S4d DsiiUsr tt tem booby signify Jiff a tiLt cream aas ieea ala i aafMs la MM caeee feat it correct f 1ibi several vsjietlee of birds aat c1i eotasto crwM rlbHu teL TbS booby fa a aauOl water fowl aid iia ifriac aRd summer Millions W N Ua4 Iocte tevea little falands MCM tkirtyr mileel Krutheait of b7aEka TbbayblrIiocs1kd Meaaee dfta etwpldity slice it hat aieehitely i fear ef man The I- Ii 4ufre ueate by theee birds are leaiesLte private lailvidual who de r1haise itfrem the collec ti0 aaa sale of booby efgs Nearly eeesa booby eggs were taken lraemtii tevea little blaMe to Ja aaatefclesHLyjej w ere they were soldl Mrats of about 325 for a case eott1iIa 50Q Aa American consular officer fatoll ter wkk ttrargubect states that while Vo by JiI ftreTpaly about twothirds a large hMs eggs they are but U Ui rIor teTiaualityr There might be a market la this country for the MebT prodact t Celebrate Armorers i a Idea times tile armorers work W sot of a rough affil ready descrip ti4a but geaerally bore the signs of 5ly wrought workmanship The ysrioue piece of a suit fit into their Itoa nicely there are no Jock ejigee and as a rule very little 0that te merely earleadecora r Wdrkv laaaloa sad reputation uvel lift their hail mark on the aba pried aa4 like most other In us Jt bat 1IIi IlpguI tin 7he aame ef Jfceeb Topf li for exple ttlll famous In England and suck aimes U those of Lo eDO Col JIilaa 9t Aucsberg a German armorer of Ikf alxteeata Century Luclo PIN i ofi3 1 1r rappoeed l1to nay worked for r P1i1U n of Spats are celebrated In 4ri8 covatries 1c AIjr J Ire Arising Never jump out of bed with a hop 1dPrUei Jump If you have any regard fo yeju heart pb yes It Iis all right 1to Jfay 3ka jbjtnd the feeling that you can do Jtibut dont Take a i I Itseeexfrem the cat Begin by stretch lag the satire body while lying flat on the ba Tense your arm muscles leg muscles abdominal and Dick mus clse cliNt maicler yirst tense then relax tenie again and again follow ing sack teaelaffor stretching with a ooisplete relaxing This Increases heart acttea gradually 1l has been workiajr ea half time an night unless i vttot kay retired with a stomach full fof iuaalgMtea foot and at the same ti tIeeusa4rial jjlatentlon In the r most natural aad effective manner This te In full accord with physic logteailfir4 r Marlne- eMartneirsoMiers serving on ship board date back toi the tear 1664 wbea M order In council dated Oc tpber If authorized 1200 English aoMlen je befaised and formed into ft ptgtlieaV J oxe regiments were SIatsr formed and by 1759 the marines numbered 18900 men Ini the latter 7Anot the French wnrs they num bered 32000 The marines are today AleatHrtfDf erery navy and in mustS J i countries offlcers of the roarines are rank with those in the army I Ieqrfa s Inducement for Work The simplest affection may become r thing ofrlbeaqty the love of any ueaaa being comes to our lives as tb ErW rtvealer By this alone we tear 1l1ttecalaa tbe great health giver Our yprk ao longerjcpntlnuea aellek when the thought of another te ceastantiy with us there Is always Ii an aveaue for jrelief from the deaden a hie retitfae M Medium Work with a taevcat of some one else U living wk aM that which if flying be coiaee beaatifuU Arthur U Salmon Tr JT- WouLrT JI TAKE HIS WORD Heafth Kulletln Qlven Out Frem Piri pit Only Arfweee S4ceftl lcllem In One Mln4 Tile new JleeW la ear towm was p etreeeire eaenck to eUvea evea that humdrum performance of reading the notice of Uldarald the su burbanite After mumbling over the services for the coming week the eaiee ol two approaching marriage sad the purpose of the days colleo tieR1ks aU ia perfectly distinct taM MI am glad to announce that Mrs Hens was able to sit up a while last eyooi that a very favorable report wartelephoned In this morning from the sick room of Mr Grant and that the temperature of Mr Williams has been reduced to 98 Then he preached s sermon but nobody knew what about for all the congregation Iras revolving In their wall the payiscal condition of our sick parishioners Many like myself went away believing that the minis tera Innovation would be of Inestima ble value to sick folk whd are peat retl to death by people Inquiring how they are of inestimable value that te unless too many of the con tJanaha11ahare the skepticism of the woman who walked down the aisle ahead of me Said she I dont believe that Sarah Hollls was able to sit up last night I was there at noon and she couldnt lift a Sager then Tm going right up to see about It ALL HIS GLORY OF THE PMT Act 1 Who Has Ohee Lot Favor of the Fickle Public Seldom to Regain It Ablr He was gaunt and drawn a striking contrast to the rather heavy facetbe confident air and the swagger wfilch had extended even to the buttons on his coat but a few years ago At that time ranting melodrama was a popu lar art the star an elaborate built piece of mechanism and this mate stars chief support His fate was a common one dra matically emphasized by his outward appearance Like a dilapidated sign flapping In the wind his threadbare prop froCk coat told the tale of for mer glory while the resignation that poured In a flood light of despair from his moist eyes attestedtbatthat glory would never be renewed Like the old profile engine Which waa wont to thrill the gallery with itt rctItedpoor human whose art at Its beet had been but a profile one was forgot ten and wasting waiting like the other to be wept out in tha great mass of uselessness his ephemeral mission ended hs purgatory natures storeroom altlng room of poverty and despair lightened by a rapidly fading ray of memories memories of a shortlived limelight popularity QUICK vvu SAVED SOLDIER Ready Answer Pleased Napoleon and Disarmed Indignation of Man Whose Nirne H e Assuhied In the French campaign In Italy in which Na poleoa L first began to win he laUrel which subsequently so abundantly crowned his career a young Italian cavalry officer was taken prisoner Saving serious doubts about ba safety it occurred to him to pretend he was a great personage So he promised rewards to his captors if they would insure his good treatment adding confidentially that he was the duke of Modena He was exceedingly well cared for and early next morn- Ing was called before Napoleon who was somewhat puziled at finding two dukes of Modena among his prisoners for the real duke was also a prisoner The real duke angrily asked his coun terfeit by what authoritY he had as sumed the Hie of duke ot Modena yhe y6ung omcer answered Your grace the peril of my situa tion yesterday was such that had I known a more illustrious title I would not have assumed yours The reply so pleased both the duke and General Napoleon that he was for given his deceit Sympathize With the Child Never laugh at your little ones confidences Sympathize with his plans no matter how wild they real seem If you think his imagination is carrying him too far administer a slight check by asking It such and such a plan seems the best thing to doIt is to a gentle mother of this kind that the son will carry his hopes and fears when ne is a man full mothers consider the real Im portance of having their childrens perfect confidence when they are young It means to them that they can feel perfect trust in their sons and daughters when they are grown It means that the mother need not worry about where Tom lslf heis ab sent from the home for a few hours becausehe will tell her all about it tor morrow The fast that a boy knows that his mother expects his confidence and that she places her trust in him will be his surest incentive toward an upright honorable manhood Woman as Worsnjper Women are born worshipers In their good little hearts lies the mostI craving relish for greatness evea said each chooses her husband on the hypothesis of his being a great pBanln his way The good crca urea yet the foollehltThomia Car t1aSRowLoorMADE4 1 The Iiia 4 tfee digested foods la tEa alimentary canal pass through the wilt ef the sessi MO tke blood This process u called tAurptlon and takes place eMsiy feefs setaM iatettiac After absorption the blood carries the food = uI lbod7 a MlMch cell takes iiroa the blood tho food it needs A pure et9s Mtraet va4r frogs bleodroot rcaadrnkc tone queens root tad golden iael aM MM y JmiJiiU fee the past forty years under the name of Dr Pierces Os1esaJ44tfeei DtMevwry jiYN uniformly excellent results as a tonic to help it HM asitsilieMsa of the Lo4ani hi the obsorpticn by the blood of the food It HejiTii7 Era4ie tfae poisons from the blood with this alterative extract w4iei 4see PIOhI4SkThS ite fclood corpuScles because coutaining alcohol l or etiMC Mjvriqus ja Pdiep Thus the body can a be built street to resist disease This is a tout Stake from iteres irdcn that builds up those weakened by diteeet Dr Pierce fcmader of the Invalids Hotel at BuTo NOM fees recalved many letters similar to the followifl Ma FH R1CTOBO of TanAba V swrites I take great SepteznItaaieItMtau tacat run doym nrrvott and was reductd to amen d5i IIr kls ieat crerythIn I conk jet botnothInadkl ne last ir8 advised to try Dr Pkies Goldes MMka- IDIssee ptljtU hlehltJd wIebottle Lt aed whw I lied u W trMkMBt I Foaly c faw vfak Timmmt P11a I wteMd to prf st canwt weu4s tIxpress Ithkfeau Soc 1DWIKV I rGt EXPRESSION IN MODERN HAND Denetfe Theuffatfulneee to the Observ er aa Well ae some of the Virtues NewI There is no doubt that the expres aot the fcaad la higher civilized races has changed In a hundred years jaid an observant w man the other day quite as much as that of the face The perfect hand of the paint eraj says Richard Pryce In his novel Christopher the Hand Beautiful of convention lacked subtleties Now theee subtleties may be prcfcelved any night at any dinner table where Su togetherTheand makes use of gestures which de note the now virtues of pity and altru- Ism as well as an extraordinary feel lag for the arts especially that of music If you took an audience at one of the classical concerts and exI hardlTIfind essentlthem with extraordinary effect In hIIacting How often one would look atIhis hands Instead of his face In great aceneso expressive were they of his emotions In medieval times only saints and martyrs possessed the kind of a hand which you see nowa days belonging to a high school teach er or a celebrated physician Yet Mr PryceB heroine belles her Intellectual hands She is an arrant coquette and in spite Jot her superfine and modern emotions contrives to treat the hero very shabbily These modern hands with aU their subtleties are therefore not to be trusted Indeed their very complexities are a snare to the un Wary observer NEVER FIGHT WITH BURGLAR Upset a Chair and Frighten Him Away That Is the Advice of a City Policeman Dont ever hunt a burglar Make a noise ahd frighten him away Upset a cbalr or slam a door Umost all burglars carry rev lv irs of the finest kind A pete man or safe blower the moat dangerous kind of criminal usually carries quickest automatic action revolver as it gives anI Every householder should have a weapon in the house but he never jisd it unles to save his It ili the inexpert jsced man EhouldI use of the revolver makes it IOUS SIA professional of expert will never shoot unless to burglarI ure A safe blower will shoot at a policeman or any Intruder as for them capture means a long term In prison Special Officer Edward Brophy an expert made these statements says the Pittsburgh Post It is only on the very rarest occasions that he can be Induced to talk about himself but It is a fact that ho is a crack shot with a pistol He has made a study of weapons and has a collection of them at his home ranging from little Ibab hammerless revolvers to huge Winchester rifles a shot from which will move heavy safe He has always been Interested In guns and has ta ken special paths to learn about the guns burglars and other criminals carry School Land Ship One of the features of their public school training which the boys of Ber lin Germany enjoy most Is the land ship on which young sailors go through a regular daily training The ritis Is the name of the land Ship which has been built and which has a crew of 120 boys The larger boys act as oMcers When they are at on the land ship the boys dress inworkI dy blouses and caps There Is daY1andwork of a ship Is done by the boys They have the greatest fun la climb ing the spar and hoisting the sails and life on tho Iltls Is so popular that there are always more appllcana forI the crow than there are places to filled beI JThething these days must have good manners There are exceptions but the woman who would make friends for herself or business for her firm will have a lot easier time and be more successful If she has acquired personal charm An unfortunate manner neu tralizes the good a woman does The fInff drives becausb she Is soft of voice suave of tongue kindly of heart and gracious to all The reason most of the women ari vtberwlie than suave Is thatthe tuxoil ot life gets the up per hand They let their nerves gu and good breeding toUowIHonor Utierer ef EpgramIThe Japahei are great admirers ofI loveIwhen a guest jsays something unusual ly brilliant the host or hostess will beg him to write down his remark large ornamental script The sentenceII alllIments much as we might hang up a text or mott4 Naturally the author of a bon mot treated in this way feels himself highly honored to be thus placed on reordDut the sentences are selected more for their wisdom than their humor so that the than Is not much in evIdence unn7J i CleanerIt the value purposesIkeeping I hve kept a very HoulJe1 suit in the lear1bYdrybranrest then bnith it nil offI 1Aselves consisting of many and VaJiJcue and powerful Interests Itheplus in the banks John CC lhounj j r All Guided by the Will The will of each man or woman Is like the compass ota shlprwhere Itttrolnts the ship goes If the needle directs IIt tb the rocks there is wreck r thereIsj r Ladies 55y awl Keep iaI 5J R4iigMcCafle- UMmAir tfsaf McCall Patterns UXUU VUMZQE 1IIcdJryou Magaxinawill then itrl at a moderate exf insabr keoplue ypu Iposted on the Utcif fashions do i6s and hats Ne Fashion IesIns- In tain Issue Also able information on ill homo and pr o4 J inatten Only f5cka year Incladlnn n ee pattern Sub tcifl today or send for ceo sample copr McCd r ttem will enable oa to make In your own borne with your own bands cloiblnc for yourseir and children Ich will be perfect In style and tit PrIce none higher than ia cents Send for free Pats ra Catalogue Or Yra Hat Frets d for totting sub scriptions among yoUrfrfe ads Sond for freo Premium Catalogue and ash Prize TO 374 TOtt IfCEMENT FEED FlibORS BEST More Expensive Than Others nut Pay Ifor Difference In Comparative 11y Short Pe ode The writer construc4i i a floor 20x20 feet last September an has been us glt almost constantl and with the greatest satisfaction hough It coat about two weeks ofba labor and f15 In cash I almost feel ttt I have a return for my outlay hot in labor and cash already says a w iter in an ex change Am quite sur I have saved 15 worth of feed and elleve the ex tra labor in carrying out corn a basket at a time thft ugh the deep mud to a dry muddy spot through all thatbad weather i ould have al most equaled the labor of building the floor But more than ilsls the sat litactton of feeding In his clean and band way which can oly be ppre elated by trying It Our floor was made ri ht beside the cribs in whit had beeI a hog wallow Stones were gathered om the fields and laid in the bottom These wero covered and leveled by mailer tones and coarse gravel the a thick layer of concrete eight par of gravel to one of cement then tl surface coat of four or five parts of oarse sand to part of cement tt concrete be forced to the botto on all sides loneprevent rat Invasion After remov the board forms ista were set wideIbe cleaned off so often With bins lone or more sides all eqs and notI easily be scooped nto the SUghtlITvide it for pigs and hog which makes it very convenient always having a dead dry handy P1i to slop and feed the pigs and also place to pen them up quickly for antf kind of treat ment a Joke by Accident You may wrong ttejlchlld by the Game you give it In tsis matter the girl baby has the advantage of the boy She can change rat maturity A friend of mine whbBe name was Creamer had a daugli er who was christened Constance rclf thoughtlessly A good name f r a baby per hups when you put Item together But It took her twenty hree years to change it and upon the oke London Chronicle Amusing Trick of essengers The stamp trick Is ta very common one with messengers i cause ot the amount of amusement d rived from it It consists In sUcking nfew stamp on a step or some promlij nt place and watching the varloua attempts of passersbY to pick it up which of course are unaucce sful London Mall PIproocn- tion writes J S LtJH1 s to be taktfn to a cHurch entertalniac at by my wife and have to a gawlgj slxfobtod calls Itself a tenor and thIthIwblchlike a carp Rose warbles I a AroundIW1l11eWonder animals did during those forty days In the ark Tommy Om they just lay around and scratched IthelrSdlves thelnfy for when there W389J y two fleau Boston Transcript lLI engaged for the boxoffice All you will have to do Is to receive mo ey Thanks I think I should like to have a few rehearsals Meggendorfer Blaottcr Repentance Tho man who repent before he Is found out Is generally PTOtty sure that somebody has picked vup the right clew ir Real lleed of thI Ages Wo already havo a tnpusand men who can mako money toie man who can think and make otht r men think Century Magazine Progress a Matter of Ideals progress of man has been JThe by tho progress of his Ideals y IIValue of Good Books When I consider whnti some books bave done for the world and what they are doing how they keep up our hope awaken new courajje and faith soothe pain gIve an idea life to those whose hours are cold ai d hard bind together distant ages jjand foreign beautyIrman Ancient vault E osed During heavy rains Ilin kliaare county Ireland a portto ot the walls iot historic Klldare ahb Castleder mot became undermined and ifejl when it Vasdlscovered that underneath were vaults In mhlch were skulls and human remaii s It Is cal culated that these remal shave beon there for the last eigl t centuries since the time the abbe was a mon tatery IELIEFS OF THE MOROCCANS Curious Ideas tiI the Arabs Regarding the Earth Sleep and Other lie The earth Arabs is MattIa bOll which itself rests on a flak ontt the urfaee of the sea the sea krneup by the Divine Power When the bull is tired he changes the tom one horn to the other earthoJJ result that there is an earthqua Oaring aieqp the soul leaves the body dud visits other souls What Wejj too and hear whilst dreaming are things which the soul sees and the conversations In which it takes part during its peregrinations Conso Quentiy we ought never to awakens sleeper rudely for if he happens to beI dreaming at that moment his soul may not have time to return to the body and in consequence tile man will die Moroccan wlxrda contend that ghosts can only be devils never the souls of dead people They are human in appearance with the exception of their eyes which are directed downwards and their feet which are forked or shaped like the hoof of a camel These ghosts speak but they are intangible They are of all colors yellow red green white and black and their prin cipal occupation consists In playing tricks on human beings At Marrakech there Isa house in which the owners placed a bath but they were unaware that the property belonged to the devils A young woman dimES to have a bath but no sooner had she stepped into thewater than she disappeared Hearing her cries for help the neighbors rushed in whereupon she appeared on the surf ace of the water As soon as the people tried to seize her she disap peared and so on for some time There was nothing to be done but to close the house which thus fell into the hands of the talebs who had j spread this story among the credulous population of the town for their own encrWlde World Magazine NO SPOOKS FOR MUGGIN Was Afraid of Nothing He Could Un derstand But Apparition Was Too Much tot Him Muggins goes to camp with his folks every summer on the shorof a large inland lake and one of tho bulldogs chasIIngthe woods Ho never was known to capture one but this does not in theI least dampen his enthusiasm for the pursuit It Is amusing to watch Mug gins hustle one of these tiny up into a big tree and then creatuesI tiently at its toot waiting lor to come down which itI quite otten does but on the opposite side of the trunk whence it scurries away to pas tures new while poor dadeVl Mug gins all unaware of Its escape sits gazing intensely upward in wideeyed anticipation of his quarrys reappear anceIMuggins despises water but one day in his eager rush for a chipmunk he was over the b ahk bore he knew to and landed kerflop on his back with such force as to send hint way below the surface Disgust spoke from every feature of his expressive countenance as he hastily scrambled ashore Once as Muggins master stood In the boathouse on the lake shore and saw hU favorltp trotting toward him a mischievous ithovght came to him and he prepared to surprise the Inno cent bulldog HasUly cutting two round holes for his eyes in a big paper flour bag which lay at hand ho pulled It down over hIs head and shoulders and doubled over so as to look alto getef unnatural Just as Muggins en toted the door be sprang forward with a dismal boo and the dog who fears nothing on the face of the earth which he can understand Jumped backward rending the air with a series of dIstracted barks then tore wildly away on J race for his life without even a backward glance at the awful apparition He did not stop at camp but floftl Into a field far above where he installed himself in the open and continued his excited barking for over three hours when ha was finally coaxed back to quarters by lila repentant tormentor Monarchs Fine Library Tho library of Philip tho Good of Burgundy in the fifteenth century surpassed all other European book collections of the time It contained nearly 10000 volumes all richly illumi nated on vellum with bindings of damask atln and velvet incrusted by Jewels with clasps of gold and gemsI Bruges where the ducal court was held was filled with literary crafts men and certain of their splendid productions are still to be seen in the Belgian royal lIbrartIDepressing IndeedIHealth is the reaj woman problem said a physician recently i havent a woman patient today a chronic pa tent I mean who couldnt have es caped meescaped me forever or at least until the very last call If she had been trained right physically from her childhood up What I mesa Is that everything that isrthe matter with my patients is something superimposed by Wrong ways of living and thinking Its dprosslng isnt it to consider tho waste Raft of Cocoanuts In the Philippine islands one fre- Quently sees a raft ofcocoanuts be lug floated down the river to market Tho buoyant nuts are closely packed into a circle braced across with barn boos and tied with fiber and the tjpeer craft with its native paddler is then ready for the trip down stream to a point whero the raft will be broken up and the cocoanuts sold Wide World Magazine Appropriate Title Farewell was the tltlo of n poem JhaLacledegood thing the gifted authoress bade It goodby the editor remarked cause she willjnever sea it again Does Misunderstanding anyone expect InevltabeIUfo without being are sometimes misunderstood an hear of it wo are frequently misundI derstood and nct er know it Humphrey J Desmond Not by ah Ole Hand Mrs ExeIt ilsnt right to charge Willlo with taking that money out or your pocket Why dont you accuse me 7Mr Exa Because ft wasnt all takenBostonptaflsCrfPtS I e Malvina Moves JMdll1a aihed and arose from her thatInsrnfrom mrJntln b9ardfng houses she told hercclf as she swept a hand acrcss ler wide intelligent eyes Frcol the room below which was OhYeuEveryLItletheaiznomany discordant tins but the music Malvina stopped her ears then with quick movements slipped into her white Jersey and out into the cool mountain air Her nerves were dire need of calm and quiet She walked on with lightened heart the pungent odor of balsam and the pool breezes from the lake soothed dor- She approached a small camp with caifoi steps How had this Jewel In the forest escaped her before The young author did not stop to realize that this was her first venture Into the depths of the woods And with the writers longing for seclusion Malvina pictured herself ensconsed In that picturesque amp She felt that all of her budding plot would burst Into full bloom and that her name would appear in many of the maga tines Even under the trying position of living in boarding houses Malvlnaa work bad found lever with two or three editors James Blake of the Cornet had been especially attracted to her stories She hoped before long to meet himHo bad been a great help to her The girls imaginings had brought her to the door of the camp Her eyes opened wide in surprise The place was open at doors and windows and was apparently without an Inhabitant Malvinas heart quickened Its neat Perhaps shp could run away from the boarding house with her little type tritfer and work here in this wonder house Inside all was rough but not with MalvinaJcameVtoman who was fond of hunting owned the camp and that he was there only during the hunting season With jJryous feet she hurried back to the vrdlngi house and from thereto the tillage store It was impera live to Malvina that when writing she have pluk flowered curtains and a pnk kimono The latter she already had The pink curtains which she would tack up in the camp must be purchased at the one village store It was the following day before She arrived at the little house She was laden with her typewriter her pink curtains her tea equipment and her pink kimonoIIMalvina was tired but happy when she threw herself down on the wide couch for a momemsrest The camp bad been turned Into a bower of pink and odd dishes of wild flowers were scattered about Outslde at the edge of the forest a big man swung along with an old handbag in one hand and his fishing paraphernalia in the other jBlakej sprang up to the veranda He stopped before he had entered held by the glimmer of pink at the windows Instinctively Blake removed his soft hat before going Inside He caught a quick breath and stood as If suddenly lost to his surroundings By all the laws of propriety Blake should have turned and left his own camp But he could not move with the sight of Malvina pictured before him She was In a sound sleep and her cheeks were flushed Her gloriousi hair was a mass of spun copper that trailed over the cushion The power of his eyes disturbed her and she atlrred Blake spell bound watched the heavy lashes flut ter then rise slowly up to reveal her eyes Blake then came to his senses and turned toward the door He waited oiitsldo on the veranda until she should tome Ho felt that she would follow Immediately Malvina did I suppose you art the hunter who Invited wayfarers Into your camp abe naked with a halt smile you are tho wayfarer Blake IAnd becftuio ho could think of aotning elso for the moment I supposed the hunting season did uot begin until later Malvina smiled half wistfully IIt does not nut fishing suits me almost as well anti since the Comet fstlI own camp now Malvina rurupted 1tte time for me to depart Not at allt Intend to stay at I boarding placn nnarby where 1 shall rut have to bother oven with my own Meager fare IOut Malvlna wouM not reinatn she telt that she must and since Blakt bad Insisted thai lw preferred to JiUi at the boarding place he must noodi whether or not ho liked Thus the twh loujSd themselves at the table of thn tiinuntafn boarding house and It was In that onco despUcd parlor thatnot a month latirdalv- ine promised to marry James Blake adltor Goes to the Club MarksDoes your wife play by ear Parks Yea but not bym ear if I can help itBoston Tran acIptS t Demure but pelrrijA bride looks so m 1t iad demure at a wedding that 1 hard to s a pect her of hariif boBrrl the affair wlUrtui Iron ha4Jtchiaon Globe No Pleasure A tzrrl tQr having wearied the court by a tedious plea was Inte- rruptoby adjournment and s ldls- haU have the pleasure ot ncIdress the court then on EYiday ns1 quickly camo this response from chief juaticef The court will you on Friday but pleasure washearj of the question longagoThe Green Bat a FiJti CENTi0 sImllaithjijlagulesoildlsL1BQf 1 1Pmmastdu 0 OpiumlIarphli nar2ral UINOTNA1ICOTIC 5 I Affsizlg II1L IApcrfedRemedyforom a iionSour Stun hDLrss- S WprnLomiuIslonsIeIrlsllI racitgnanrect- k Exact Cop or Wrapper It nCCIITAUII was under the treatment of two doctors Mrs R L Phillips of Indian Valley they pro case very stubborn one of weakness was not able to sit up when take Cardui used about one week before saw much chatNowcthe severe pain that had been my side for year has gone and dont suffer at alt am thai lit long time and cannot peak too highly of CarduL IITAKE fyou are one of those ailing women who suffer from any of the troubles so common to women CaVdui is builder of womanly strength of purely acts on the system building up womanly strength toning up the and the system Cardui has been in successful use for more than 50 years of ladles ave written to tell of the benefit they received from itrr1 for your troubles Begin today Latin Adrlsory Dept Chf ttanoon Medjctae OattaaweuTtea sad Mpaae book Treatment oeKa YOU a That questIon win be asl you daily bybusiness men the Draughon show ambition tOrlHr More indorse aUother bust ness colleges COMBINED Colleges States reputation Baaklnr Typewriter Pnuwunfclp Enrllib Spelllor Arithmetic letter WrHUc Bw LawFBEB anxlllarr branches underreaionablo codUtea Bookkeepers all over the United States say that Draughonrs New System Bookkeeping saves them from per cent work and worry Shorthand Practically all Soil da cOurt reporters write the System Shorthan Draughon Colleges teach Wile Because they know Wttie best MemphU I he use good bxtUve kecp the bowels open and prevent the food from system The latest product sdence Laxative Uver Syrup purely vegetable Eentte reliable and pleasant aromatIc taste VelvO ads the liver well tilt stomach and bowels and the greatest possible efficacy Iade Mea sickheadache etc Try VF 11 Elephant Lived loS Centunei When Alexander the Great cod juered Porus king great elephant that hadfcughJ gal autly for the defeated lung named Urn AJax dedicated kim tho sun placed upon him metal band with the Inscription Alexander the son Jupiter dedicated AJax tothe sun The elephant was found alive 550 can later purejy Speculative ave always been interested mid little BInka the utilization nflsto NOR vlujre you supposqall these bursted tires the end dont know said the Genial Phil but they where most people consign there must bea terrible smell ofkrubber the herc Weekly Place ofthe Sublime Art Tho beautiful tho most useful art but the sublime art the most helpful mortals for elevates tbe- nlnd4oubcrt He isUnsuccessfi- wonian usually likes let other people know that her husband speaking terms with prominent men Jdteneis the Rootof AllSln Idleness the uhlorglv lbl be cause1 tho mother all other tins ChrlitlartltXtd CltJnshljp makes mn good Chrls tans makes them good citizens Dan Webster IT I CASTORlt YorThfants and L r The Kind You Has Always Bght t s1turef i t t 1In Use Forer Thirty Years ICATORIA ss JIit I Stubborn Cases I WrlttilPVaeland nouncedtmy a womanly I I commencedter t I it I m I II feelingbetter a liI IJWomansToAicI IIif a Composed vegetable ingredients it quickly womanly womanly nerves regulating womanly Thousands l h it io te tatSxctalLuinutiam w MetiiiiJTll WANT Better J6Bf1 IIed almost seekingours- eMces if u qual1ftake TraIningaad bANKERS DRAUGHONS CollegesthnnIndorse 48 18 International t t Bookkeeping of 25 to 50 In U of it IndahetoOk afteriHarpers Horn Stidy Thousands bahkcKk ifrs bookkeepers and stenographers are holding good positions as the result taking prlcespnleesoeRYVAIL feeataIogueon Draughons HomeSt dyf IDRAUGHONS PKAGTIGAI BUSINESS COIXEGBK- athvilleor oKoxvWsTeaaeradacslsICyrZvaarsI l 1 to Physicians Adviseof a to posonof undtgtgettlnginto your ris VELVO f of a on as as on is of In constipation blUpusness fcveristoess colicflatulence of t to a l f T of do go to in 7 jsopljor if go em In In IIn in Is to It If to Is on is ln It is of Whatever iel w c s NW in oi ec i cf Is LAXATIVE LIVER YHUP fr Violin Brings Farmer Wil4u5 Finding himself IUd ealjf posseses tj of a violin evidently of great TMN Charles Riley a Gettysbwrg finfcer of moderate drcoiMtaaeee r Is aew happy over the turn affairs which he believes hai freed Urn for fMf eet of his life from lJ1cl worrIes ft5c violin was suppoeod to fee wertUeei and came to him In tai MetrhaOem ef his fathers JX rsonal epectf 4inentunUlI 4 He then suspected that if migat Ve worth moro and refused the eTso Gradually the would bep1lr rJ Ccreased hIs offer until it reaeaet 7500 which Riley PUll refoeea- tatQr in Ihe day aa jettqrt was aa4e t by another person to buy the YIol13 but Riley Is holding oa to it aatll fcei can obtain more The Sears the date 1703 rBII en Jt Hla father purcb pbie sale 1 Solid OeM Commercially speaklac tbs 1 solid gold fe a xileaeeW uses Mtsi gold has not been aee fee mug many years So ae ef the aaeieat ke man jewelry aad fopte et teat ef la Eenaanee p riodwi ie d of pure geld wor1iep by IaM w the crudest of tool bt seaer tfce eet days there aa beea a BesasaeiHy la creasing sp4oymset oC aUoya ter s reason th t jewelers sM tae a hatdat 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