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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1sU fiD IrM3 t j + I t = Ii r MEW XIX NO 44 j ti SPINGFIELD WA8HINGON COUNTY KENTUCKY OCTOBER t 31 j r i13 II II fi4 alt r = t r 4 tAUTHING WCLL r HUH vUtl1j viH ISOct MM M aN things welt He aoI4JeC1I lfifflun to rr 1 1 ODin lewoa gives a specIal Mi itvatlG log the Uae bt taM sqf person was tteUae Savior to heal kit a4 had ax I tta rw IifMCL Te ls Japei1mentI I III M pecliar f t JIm i ok tile taJ t iayhsthanIaM Jed 4JiIIt t to Ils s4 H b to j a u sara as MIts start eat HP Sl thu taMtechd i as OBpe Mt loKCW t6a9 AltI it 1 W4 M MMaaC that these methods Jwp ii4 ia erfer to attract the mans r attMtkw asd aesiet him in the ezer dieotfait The statMMBt that Jesus sighed la w8riliy el Mew can only surmise Mt It tattcated His deep sympathy W tth the sail before Kim and with the groaning creation In general The r JJisoa sHiM to be that He was 4 T ulM4i Wirnn of Mans In ftrmHlea tWtk am had bea prophesied He was pery f feet He did tiot have a body With Iac1ei tad pains and blemishes such rSf otMrB1eB have but this did not make Him cold and unsympathetic rather the reverse Hlsperfect mind w1d Make all His sensibilities more active than ours His sympathy would Wstrofiger His sense of pain keener We as a fallen race have become so accBiibaed to many of one surround d + tot they are commonplace and lareluclined to consider them nat ral forgetting that the natural order zi of K B would be the perfect rbrder t afd tMt lk blemished state la the en- g it natural jln yet another way may we suppose ojir Muter was touched with a feel lie of our infirmities namely by rea q IofHis losing vitality on the occa n ot eagh miracle Is not thlsihV t meaning of the Scripture which der c ares that He poured out His soul I unto deathr rvaliy hourly fits vN tnllty was being exhausted In the heel Ipg blesulngj cDmfortlng and 1nstrubtj 1lug of those with Avhpm He was in cjonUct This thought should properly w 1 wlaifOBebeartB into very close touch i Maypa1ky with pt nd vens that much clearer view of the Saviors 0love The day jScfore His crucifixion our ord 1dIy soul Is exceeding sor rowful even unto death I have a hap liwa tobe baptized with and how am 4 straitened until It be accomplished It was accomplished fully the followl r Ing day on Calvary when He cried Ht iis flnlshedr HIs baptism Into eath was accomplished ItJs followlnp the account of this halracle that wo read that the multi jtude declared the words of uur text We are not to iiudetatand that merely t 4his one healing aaJle basis of theirI tfKAthe acicpunt of these same lnataRaby Sir Matthew xv 2931 tellfZie1t multitudes gather cd hayloft with them many lame blfad dumb and maimed and many otbersaodthey casttfm down atC l folioIand glorified God- ManlfMted Forth HU Glory 1Let oe never lose sight of the great central thought connected with our lords miracles Ills mission was not wee4McrI to heal the sick und to cast out devils but to give His life a Ransom for nil to be testified In due time The secondary feature of His work was the ceiling of this tudNdtotoutgtcpr folII owe rHo would be received L of the Father and begotten of tbei Holy Spirit at nnd after IVntecost1j The mlrnclen v0v merely inrlpVntalsl nod not Hln real iwork greztnVwur iinvr vs- htiveSsh of the peSple ond their cleat ears but 0 this w rK could not be accomplished to any extent until after lie had as f cended up on wlph und had nppro thet1waI that Jesus Snld to Ills disciples A 1Oreuter works than thwe shall ye do liecauspI gejto My Fnther The account In the eonclnxlon of tillsa lewon nfth fMMlIntr of tour tboustiiid peopN with sevfii IOIVH arid tin ttklug of fevcn linin Tx ut fmcnieutH v wax juiotlipr tiUinlfi iitition of JestW- power or H would express Itr tti f niriup pow r In Him When ftp live tbnuwuid were toil live loaviK nod woftICnifna us ami hwy vre gotten frum n xunjll hJ thix fjise tbp tisitilei tJltIIICIVtchail sinv Inavs nod guve tliHr dlt fUr list firil lug of illy innHItiiilc arii itf hfli vijtli hot tUtMW srIb niraitlit In iiirtl t Jijiil partnkp f iiiir rtHilUivail tltft JUt ttl h Itt trfJrtu itt 1 OhAA jnRIn ihovfvr plain J J IsecfKIlCoMs l e AJtssUa not his leg from the Mie elMriaeect two years before To jvetswell calamities from stings and r hitoe et neects use JJueklena Arnica j 1tJpbmftly to kill the poisQn andI prevent laflawmatlon swelling and p45i BNISl burns boils ulcers piles ecsema cuts braiscrr Only 25 cinU iatliaydonRobertson 7 r X1IE N134SL13AD131f T f t 1912Io WoOdrowW son Scholtr and Statesi iarirDemocrttlc Candidate For President I S l A Dozen Reasons Here area dozen reasons why you should vote for Woodrow Wilson for President He is the only candidate for President who represents the real the vital and the effective progressive forces in this country He stands for tariff revision downward in the interest 61 lower prices and the elimination monopoly 0 He stands for trust legislation which will prevent the control ol prices through any sort of mo nopoly He stands for the incum tax and believes that wealth shouu snare the burdens as well as4th blessings uf government PC stands for the rights ui labor and the protection of the man Who earns his brad by the sweat of hii brow as sbqwn in his record as Goyernor of New Jersey 1He stands for the revival of our merchant marine and for the government encouragement of agriculture industriall and vocational education He trusts the people and be lieyes that the governor should govern and that Senators should be chosen by the people He will Olean House at Washington as he CLEANED HOTPSE in New Jersey lie preaches and practices clean politics and practices it effectiyely He unalterably op poses machina politics and the rule of the bosses He stands for legitimate big business every day but fit mo nopoly never As Seuatpr LafolleLte says He approaches every problem with the solemn promise to bt rreally in the highest sense a servant of the people TheChelceandAHusLOf is too Important a matter for a womAn te be Handicapped by weakness bad blood or foul breath Avoid these kill hopes by taking Dr Kings Life PillS New strength fine compIecUon pur breath cheerful spirits things tha win menfollow their use Eas safe suj e 25c at Haydo Robertaoa WilsoA a Big Favorite f The Nev Yoik Herald has for a score 0 years prosecuted a straw vote before each Presiden tial electioi the result of whicn bas usually proveu its correctness The paper is supporting Taft but does not col ir its news to suit its I6as The canvass is on a larger scale this year than ever before that pnper having united with a number of other dailies including the Cincinnati Enquiter jn talking a straw vote Twentynine states have ben pretty thoroughly canvassed mdit is shlown thattwenty lhree of them tire for Wilson white Roosevet has a slight lead in I rive and Taft in one Wilsons totatvotelin tile twentynine is about as much as thatof Taft and Roosevelt combined The Cincinnati Enquirer which fre quently dfhes not support Demo cratic nominees says that Wilson will darry the pivotall states of New YorkOhO and Indiana and havJ three or four hundred votes iirt the electoral college wen orfb 260 is necessaVy to a goodIi cralic neart wlthchope1 Tho aissurance of KUCCCSS may make pany voters relax their effors and this is the only that it creates A spirit of overcon fidencL night result in defeat IThe opposition is autiye and alert fit has nil the money it needs jmd Las only to signify its desire xo have many millions more Ridded to the large sum al Our candiready subscribed date will not accept tainted money It is up to the people finance his campaign He needs both their money and their sup port A glorious opportunity has opened for the Democrats to comer to their own Will they atcept it or let it go by default We believe that eyery patriotic man is anxious and willing to do ill in his power to accomBljsb a It result that means so much to the American people and will not only contribute as much as possible to pay the legitimate expenses oflbe campaign butt use very individual endearor to spread ihe glorious Democratic in ijit Bal limorg ospel proclai j v Making It Warm 4 The Grani Juadjllurred Tuesday after returningl a sum ber of indictment Three of these were against landowners who had paced their fences beyond their boqnd y line thus encroaching os tie hghwaS and narrowing theioac The body will meet again tod iy and tin the meantime a iarg number of witnesses have bee i summoned and it is likely tha a big batch of indictments foi encroaching on the highway wi be returned We are told that p rties all over the county who h4ve put their fences beyond the boundary will be forced to move hem back to the proper line Harrodsburg Herald NOTICE r Commencing we will discontinue to Rtday meat bbsinesson it is now cool enough to ke p meat overnight Ddliyeriwil be made Saturday afternol i for Sunday Bro nTog C A Thompson SRRAYEB FK nray plale on the Lebanon pike a brown jen nett with white joints and 14 holds high A y information leading to iU r Cove y will be rewarded by Manual Moraja Get your coal before wnter makes your road dt Its cheap Remember we gi e 80 lbs for busllellJ1 we ha always done and load your Iwagou with a fork B DJ LAKE Co rOB SALE 0 e nice family mire 10ypars ifdj sound and fearless of all pb ects 1 Rough ton runabout ni V 1 new high grade buggy se double wagon harness in good order Apply at this office Strayed from my place one long tall puck MI ub Any information leading fo recovery will be rewarded L M Gregory I Lr GREAT HORSE SALE Held fey Thurman Peters at Kalarama Farm Saturday The greatest event In tej horse history of Washington Satejurdaysold under the hammer at Kal arama farm 35 high blooded horses and colts The dywas an ideal one for a sale and a large crowd was in attendance this crowd consisted not only of those who went a on lookers bUI there was a large crowd cf experienced horke men who came for business and to avail themselves of the oppor tunity presented to possess son e of this fine stock Kalarama farm is noted among horse men as being the borne 01 Rex Monroe the fine stallionii that has taken first premium at State Fairs and Horse Shows The Dams of buyers below and prices paid show the repu tation of the stock of Kalararoat Farm Princess Kalora a bay filly by Highland L ewas purchased by R H MiddlejtOo of Shetbyville Kyfor295 Jurist a horse colt by Bour bons Best was bought by Hamil ton Bros of Missoirj for 325 Jennie Lam 9 brown filly by Rex Peavine TIB h bpu htby Dick Scudder fvloKiuny Ky for 3OO s Ira McDonald a bay colt py McDonald Chief was bought by Chap Young of Marion County for 210 Bourbon Birda bay colt by Bourbons Best was bought by W F Dunlap of Georgia for 130 Margaret McDonald a back filly was purchased by Dr Rod man of Louisville for 290 Rexora a chestnut filly b Rex McDonad was purchased by C Mounljoy of Anderson County for 250- Commedian a chestnut colt sired by Rex McDonald was purchased by J4La Gay of Pis gab Ky for 205 Fi artcis McDonald bay filly by Rex McDonald was purchased by Reb Godard of Harrodsburg Ky for 150 Echo McDonald a black filly by Rex McDonald was per chased by Dr Rodman of Louis ville for 200 Leliah Young chestnut filly by Harbison was purchased by Chap Young ot Marion County for 125 Highland BarrIger a dark bay colt by Highland Gay was purchased by Mrs S J Miller of Missouri for p380 Kentucky Pride a bay filly by Kentucky Choice was put chased by Dick Scudder of McKinney Ky for 170 Mary Connor a chestnut filly byl3o rbons Best was purchased by W F Dunlap of Georgia for 135 Joan Darrett a bay filly by Bourbons Btst was purchaseijby 0 P Bosley SprJngOtJd Ky for 185 Bourbons Lass a chestnut filly by Bourbons Best was purchased by Chap Young of Marion County for 165 Comedian Chief a bay cot by Bourbons Best was purchased by Jos Mitchell ofCentral Clty Ky for 1120 Lord Hilton a black colt by Rex Hilton was purchased by I The Golighs of Children todaybutBetter J prepared for it when it comes Ask your doctor about keeping Ayers Cherry Pectoral in the house Then when the hard cold or cough first appears youhave a doctors medicine at hand This cough medicine is especially good for children No anodynes No alcohol ItuPidlvtojline whete trouble is due te a lazyr liver We kry believe your ova doc tar will tell yeurhat an occasional doie ofAyrsPlltsawarcostedwlIIdo stlch children a great deil of good Ask hint ta bytm ccY Lol1 Mm DfokScudder f Mclqne1 Ky for 109 Judge McDonald a black cp foaled in 19U by Rex McDonald was purchased by John Tihlev Richmond Ky for f655 Prince Peavine a bay colt foaled in 1911 by Rex Peavine Was purchased by S J Thump 1son of LaRu6 County for 4dO Model McDonad a chestnut cot by Rex McDonald foaled in 19il sold to C 6 Miller Mis souri for215 Lucy Peavine a bay lilly by Rex Peavine foaled ia 1011 Was pcrchased by Chap Young of Marion County for 225 V Ilybyphased by Dr Rodman of Louis ville for 155 Bourbon Gay a 2 year old IwaZnlpika W a grey mare foiled in 1901 by Chester Darp was purchased by W I Me er of Campbells tile Ky for 455 She is one of the youngest Ctes tar Scottish Dare mares r maretfoakd iu 1904 and by Highland Deimark was purchasuil by L Countyrfor 1290 Neenah a baY filly foaled i 1909 by Red Bird Gwas pur chased by Dr Rodman of Louis 1yuleJMaggie Mc Ir a bro n mare foaled in 1904 by Rex McDonald was purebaseJ tbv Dick ttcuddbr of IBattieI Taylor County for 215IMary Red Bird a bay mare foaled in 1908 by Red Bird G was purchased by R iL Daniel of Marion Cjunty for 170 Mary Ulaybrooke a bay mare foaled in 190Ytb Red Bjrd G sold to S T Mo tor 150 t Dutch Ta bay mare foaled in 1903 by Denmark Chief J B was purchased by M Durrett Of Springfield Ky for 5145 + Mall Carriers WUIFIy This is a age of great discoveries Progress rides on the air Soon we may see tlncle Sams mail carriers flying in all directions transporting mall People take a wonderful interest in a discovery that benefits them Thats why Dr Kings New Discovery for Coughs Colds and other throat and lung iseas sis the moat popularmedi cine in America It cured m ota dreadful caugh writes Sirs J F Davis Stickney Corner Me after doctors treatment and all other reme dies had failed Excellent for coughs colds or any bronchialaffection Price 6Oc and 105 Trial bottle free at Haydon Robertson Advertisement Sensible Farmers ftbe Paris KenluckianCuizen says laud in Bourbon county con tinues to rise ip prIce and while there is a heavy demand for farms at incr asedprices but ft few pjaces are on the market Evidently tim Bourbon farmers are pretty ntlsatisOed with their holdings and it is easy to see whore they are right If a man wants a farm there 1no batter place to own one than in the Blue Grass region THore fore the farmer who nas his place bought and paid for and desires to contfnue in the bns1 ness of farming should be very slow to givEs it up even an allur ing price It is a pretty good plau to letjrell enough alone and if the mao who is comfotta biy situated on a revenuepro ducing farmisnt wellenough1 to satfsfy himself with hJs lot iu lifo thpn hels very bard to please The Bourbon farmers are sensible in sticking to their farms Frankfort Jourml New Comet is Coming The United States weatherbu reau reports that a new comet will be seeu here in a few days The cornet which is of tffe nap periodic dr stray variety w discovered by PrO GalQ of Sydney Austrollabol Sept 8 It in still too far South tube seen in thlsllatitude both i traveling northward and will 411nbuiittl t T Ro4L t BAKIHGPOWWaRABSQUITELYPU cking under modem methok andlcon t yeniences is made 10 attractive the whole family is coming Middled V 3 These biicuks are deliciow thid I M tlIexcellent stys the Efather ijnttfefcek t fsatfs the daughter and both father iddaujghter beam pleaiipef H t Rya1Bakini Powdef Hat made home ibakmg a iucce a plkaw e aDd aprb6ttrMcl the best cooking today the world bwr Ik done with its aw I LEBANON LOCi Se From The Falcon Mis8 Nellie Hill daughter cf Hon and Mrs cS Hill wast slightly injured TuPFday afternoon when the borab she wa driving wus frightened by the Richmond nmmmodaticri train near Hbgatis blacksmith shop jfFhe horse wheeled and over furred the bupgy throwing Miss Hill out Slim wag painfully rUisedand hassince been con fined to her rtome The injuries are not of a serious nature A lar e tobacco barn on the farm ofMr W N Durham near New Market was destroyed by fire of unknown origin T night The barn was full eSdavI bacco which was also The lo3Ifl barn and contents is reported as about 1600 with 850 insurance on tobacco arid 350 on barn The marriage of Miss Rsse1- lBakeriand4jrOJzflejd1 0f Nashville was quietly aolemfc ized atthe home of the brides rkerThbraday Merrell officiating There were no attendants and only the immediate families anda few friends werV present Mr and and Mrs Lacefield left on the 62 train for an extended bridal tour through the south On Monday the judgments of the MarioniCirouit Conrfcin the local option cOntested election ontY1conrtand there The dry side has not yet announced whether the case will be crried to the Conrfdf Appeals sbme claiming that It the judgbent is not supersededwitn in the next few days notices for application for saloon licenses willhe posted and applications made thereafter to the city coun oft for license It ta reported that 4 and possibly 5 licenses will b applied for Prank Willie Smith a former lAb mon negro has confessed to killing two men and robbing two women one ot whom he assaulted near Jndidnapolis Smith was sent to tthe penitentiary from Lebanon everal years ago for attempting to kill Torn Cal hoaa negro He thought Calhoun was dead and threw him iii the1 old tank pond but the cpl water revived bid When Chief Thompson arrested him later for the crime be was forced to knock Smith dbwn with an oldmusket whiph he took away from the negro What Makec a Woman One bUndled And twenty poandaraore or tJess of bone and jnuscle dont make a woman Its agoodfo n4 lton Put iuto it health and streogth mcl may rule a kingdom But tlutt just what Electric Bitters give her Thousadds bless them for overeepfac fainting and dizzy ella aaiftr die pelting weakness nenroan M hack acke and tired listless WOrn eat feel lng Electric Bitteri ave dojwwfca world of good writee iH P ell iep wpkla and I thaiik yea with all my heart for makinx vaeh af ffMil mjdldne Only 60c CtMrMUW ley Haydon Robertson I dvrll TeJiand1e a fIlieofconcsm r3Isy1nlm Fe Coil S11ti4 iil kindfi of seed B p l AXE Cop J t 1- rT l ISdRIP1oN 1 A iBAR 11 I fa1 8EKSYQL with 71ee SdTt1ingFor Kentucky It notbe generailmay jknowfi Ito rlLrm rs nd others liI Kn fjincky haL the Kentucky Agri cultural Exp rinient B tatlgiiiw c well eqpIppeto tea1 wiMplea hat way bejubmitkd with a view to learning their quality eithef aa totpnrity or Rttmi nation A new l1bortOr1ort- his work has teen plamned and ianownearirigcikupletibn When durincubttort and other ap cI pliancea are uatahlianed It will be one of the most coroplee in thjs country l The Station has already won a reputation for work of thk sort not only in this country r but ia Europe and these sndinsmp Jes can be assored hat they wt- be tested well and as promptly sour facilitle willl permit SajDQpIes wilt be examined in the r order in which they tjrerecaiyed To get fair testa it Is necessary tIitLhg 1btaku rt a bulk lot af ter k thpropg liftcingi of the seeds Sample df red clover sapling clovert aUikiclol yer alfalfa orchard graa Eaic lisb blneKras ant rye grass should contain two owaots eaCh Samples of Kentucky blaegrdss Canada blue gtass red top andItimothy should weigh ont ouhc each The simplY should berput in a stout paper envelope d not in ordinary correapondeacj envelopes because the ire easily broken m the poa bffice and let the seeds caPS Pat your complete addrtM plainly written on each envelope saS us and forward p thet flyiloa of Eo tomolog fand Botapy Ken plucky AKricullural Experiment I Sttion1 Lexingboi1 TKf IB writing toU4 always state t whether both parity act carli nation tests are waated fi GAgMAN Head of Divison of Eatozo1oj ajd Botany Xntcky Expi mint Stan 1 ILexInkovICy j t i irLoc II rial The Karroiarg BoalSo- ciety of fiarroisurg Ky lut1freek begs the iweUieiBary work to erectiaecwIal O11i to 4al LJipOObiiia QldPort ffiuIar1ktowa ITbelogsfrom tbertd eallti ia which ThosMU Liacohi aiUirife the Prjs ofAbeabaa tiiiicglB first began JMftfkeepiMg are to be ttaed for the 7b Uiift end it will be coMtrvctei similar jotiM old Jolt tbt sfotid oi1iktll1 The bowse will be a MKeekoi ol of historical reeoMtaaod articles and wben1oik wiU be a qiaiot bml4iBc Tfcelogs that ara beiagI ueefl were tkev frO the cabin which focsifrly tkxMl fHWaebuslo county and UMJ are all in aa tzoeilat afcaVf pt 9 pfeeerrakiott Tfie btIldIa f frill be fMUhtd and readjlor YiaHort K 7StraW 1 J rc 5 ii i1 fit NEWSLEADER ftif i j t 1 xuasiII ris JISEPI POlIN tJ 1 Biters aid Ptbi htre i Ii Evtrjtody hid a chance toj t iMar jflKxl political speech iJJ t1tloMl as boih the Democrats iJ j l llill UM Jtefwlar Republicans t Iai 0ibtir beat here Bon IKdwar4lMorrow spoke first add dellvtre4 a very eloquent speech tkfjiig everybody that he is a r live phew of Ms Uncle At the conclusion ol Mr ii 1 1real speech the Hon Rob t Harding of DaUyille Ky 1j1 l one of tne most forci j ble speeches evir delivered in r li iLe Springfield Court House I TThe people here know Mr Ear 1 feajawyer bathe proved t w igtea Monday that be Is I I4a1s4elr home on the stump as 1eL iitM Cpyrt House His speech tj throughout waauable and elo 0 Iq1Hllt and his discussion of the isis traa fair and contained notWgoffeiiIve to those wboJ t differed from him Whenever there ft a political race on weI will be glad to have him comeIy Tathua rinIt to Mrs Elizabeth Satterly widow ofJ W Satterly who died less than two yeas ago died Mon day October 27 of heart failnre l ISbwu a Christian woman and had been a inemoer of the BapC tit church for a number of k years She Jleaves a host of- mournxeiatives and friends to her loss Funeral services were G c ndsetedat Rock bridge on the j28th by Rev H P Hatchett Mr and Mrs J H Hnngafc are rejoicing over the arrival o boy Both mother and babe are doing well Mr Roscoe Colvin bought ol W B Foster his farm for 2200 j possession January 1st 1913 MrS Welts was In Louisville last Saturday Mr S Tt HnugaK has re turned from a visit to her sister Mrs A Y Hatchett at Texas tr Mt Stevens of Bloomfield i c r visited his daughter Mrs Ezra Peyton last week r Vttro jRphert Brqwnis doing a Blct lot of work on the hoLe 2k island for Mr P B Board Mr Ezra Hale who has been c on the sick list for some time isi oifcagain i Mr Oscar Shirley was at Will isburg Snndav Mrs Baily Pinkston visited Mrs Evan Keeling Srturday toMi Ashby and family of Greens Chapel visited Elmei r ijKeellngSu day Quito a number attended cour- Sat Springfield Menday Born to the wifeiof Ray Burk beBdagirl 1 Mr S D Bale and familj have charge of the hotel at this tplacet Ed Hatchett and family of Lawremceburg visited bit here last week i 6 Foster and family have 1Lfpuen1ed fromaiVisit relatives Rockrun I t Mr and Mrs Daniel Durr of Beaville and Miss Mystic 14 irl inir of Tablow were the guest r of Mrs Sidney Perkins or- t Thurday Mr QllieDixi espent Thurs dayrandEriday with tiis brother t at Mackylile fj Mr An tinc Conlier and sfdto yMis raleria spent Saturda v t miJhtv and Sunday with the j atNtX Bjooafleld YMr Thomas Colvin and fumi IT spent Sunday with her fat her v Mr John D Kc lingnear Palliam Mr D C Cttrtsinger has ra tnrnedf rom a v Jv to his Ijroth erG5cotge at Danville Jr Richard Riley made a Ji business to Lexington ou Thurs day 1 r f Mr and Mrs 0 R Coulter atRifree children spent the week vfn Nelson County with their- iBghter Mrs Cardia Shields Mrjlnd Mrs Sam Deri civn i fr thus the guest of MoUnd Derr ilr and Mrs Ellas Pekins Ttoiiiid Henry White on Sunday Mr Kit Perkins sqld to lJ5grRoT lty of Card ell 25 ead0fsbeepst5perhedIf rI bd y with Kw father and mother near Pithaa apd5aryin Pinkston r spent Sunday with Justus Thompson at Rock Bridge f Mr and Mrs Fred Colvin spent the week with her grand father Lev Pinkaton Mr and Mrs Jerry Atkinson of Mercer cdunty and Mrs Nettie Thompson and sister Virgie ot Brush Grove spent Saturday with WJ Fowler and family MrsiMary Hughes anti brotlier Peter Shewmaker spentfSundsy with John Turner and wife Noah Pinkston and faaiily spent Sunday wth Mr and Mrs James Sc ti at sweet home Misses Dora and Nettie Hayes and brother Elmer of White Hall spent Saturday ufghtjvith Misses Myrtle and Hester Curt singer Mr and Mrs Pete Foster of Rose Hill were the guest of Parvey Sims on Friday and Saturday Birthday Party A surprise brthday dinner was given at J W McMillina last week iu honor of Mrs Mc Millians third Birthday Ajj host of friends and relatives were present and all reported a good MrlJandMrsand Mrs Virgil Sanders Mr and Mrs Alex Coulter and three ohildren Mr and Mrs Richard Riley Mrs Wmfield Colvin and two ions Cdl and Ellis and little daughter Bertha Mr and Mrs Walter Hayes and children Un cle John and Aunt Mollie Baker Mr and Mrs Ray Pinkston Jim Perkins and son WaIters Torn Coulter Mrs Chesser and three childrenMyrneI Edna and Bldndella T P Mc Milhn wife anti two J children Wallace and Cecil Misses Doro thy and DoraWilham of Salvisa- Mr and Mrs Cash bhewmaker and son Earl Mr and Mrs Will Steele and little enn Roy Mrs Jim Gardner and daughter vlr andMrs Jim McMillin Bud children Mr and Mrs Estell Catlett Glens Creek Mrs Mary Sea Mr and MrsJimSpriagate and children Mrs Edgar Sea irs Lud Cornish Mr Jim Sea Mis Mollie Bowen and daugh er of Seaville Mrs Mary Baker Versailles Mrs Rebacca Ellis Illinois Mrs Rebecca Graham jSIr James Sea and family Mr W L Sea Mrsi Amelia Long and three sons Misses Dora Pruitt and Dollie Donavan Mr Willie Long of SbarpsvilleJ Mr Fred Milburn j of Springfield Mrs Nan Card well all wishing her many more happy birthdays A MarIne Curiosity That Ik Rapidly Nearing E inctionIOne of tin InririSi fish rhnt bus ln nablted Ihe wnfrrxof the gulf of ilex ico and the snulli Atlnutle coast ufI lSIthis count mid whUli Is almost ilnct U Known ni tIlt muiiatee It wap found In preat uifinbtis a century ajo and even a few yenrs back this lr aItnrt was quite plentiful In tertuln entitles It Very RtMillp for a large listi easily capiured niavy nets unitI are usually Strelctud iifryw tue nuiuttis of rivers enittvliij Into the south AtI lantle or the pulf ut Mexlra The floah j is very dellilou and hriimn a lilKh price havlnj a xtronp n imliJanie to the very finest veal TIlt skeleton Ii valued at 10U and tlie skin If removed property nod lurrdl for by those irho understand Us properties wHl bring u like amountIThis fish in often from ten to twelvA feet In length and weighs about 2000 pounds It Is so gentle It will not strike the light craft that happens to be near It cud when capturedit shows no resistance whatever it Is safe to say that In the next quarter of a century this creature will become extinct unless specimens arc preserved simply to prevent the complete loss of one of our most wonder ful sea creatures It lives wholly on salt water vegeta tion and growths found jn the mouths of the rivers emptying Into the sea New York woncA STORIES OF BRET HARTE Hit Diillkt of Social Duties knd Mere Literary Friendships Mr Moncuro Conway In his autobi ography gives an amusing reminis cence of Bret Hartes proneness to escape from what are known as so cial duties Mrs Conway Vrecelved on Monday afternoons and Bre Harte bad told her that he would Jje present on a aprtlcular Monday but be failed to appear much to the regret of some persons xho had been Invjted for the occasion Then chancing to met him writes Mrs Conway I allidcd to the disappointment He asked toe giveness and said 1 will comi next Monday even though I promise He had a constant dread that his friendship or acquaintance would be sought on account of his writings rather than fat himself A lady who sat next him at dinner without learn lug his name afterward remarked bays always longed to meet him and I would have been so different I only known who my neighbor ffaa yjils unfortunately being repented te Bret Harte he exclaimed Nowfw1y cant a woman realize that thliFsort IrsIInteresting as a man how coulc fbo expect to find me interesting because I was an author Henry Childs Mer wins Life of Bret Harte CURIOUS INSURANCE tome of the Queer Risks Taken by the Brokers at Lloyda They will take any risk ht Jr yds in London It should be understood that this great corporation has nothing to do with it but that the brokers issue policies as Individuals Here are a few specimens of risksactually in sured Tb uncle of d rich heiress took out Ii polIy for 10000 guineas ftgalnst her eloping wltfiIL certain man before a specified date He paid 1000 guineas premium and the girl didnot elope so the broker was In 1000 guineas- A young man sued l y a girl for dam ages for breach of promise to marry paid guineas for a policy covering any aiuoiu of money the jury might award to the plaintiff It gave her 700 so the broker made more than iioo profit A cablegram arrived at the omen of a shipowner stating that one of hla steamers was on the rocks in a dan gerous place The owner tool a policy for fri500 iia1l M lit 1 If IIP vfe Tip pain rur a pmuurj rf V The sliip wa tivoJ ttlt lost tile moneyw York World The English King Ibo king of England has no legisla tive veto He must sign his own death warrant If the two houses unan imously send it to him It Is a flctl n the past to ascribe to him legisla tire power He has long ceased to Intro any The prime minister Is the chief executive of the British coipftltu tlon The king tins the right to be consulted the right to entourage the right to warn provided he can tint anybody that wunts to consult him or anybody that cares to be encouraged by him or anybody that will stop to be wanted In other words the king is a flgureh6ad or as It has been more respectfully expressed be Is the ornamental rather than the pst ful part of the BrUsh coastltuUcra AN HOURS WALK You Would Hardly Think It Meant Traveling 85253 Miles Hoe yqu ever thought of the dis tance you travel when you are ont on an hours stroll Possibly you walk three miles within the hour but that does not by any means represent the distance you travel The earth turns on Its axis every twentyfour hours For the Rake of round figures we will call the earths circumference 24000 mlles and so you must have traveled during the hours stroll 1W mIles In the Jixlnl turn of the earth hut this not nil The cnrth makw n Journey nIuIl Hit sun every year nnd lung lit rflIlil triIp it TIll distance of ur IhIIoi frpu tho tin we will putnt IIIOO taPes This Is the rtidlius f the riilh oriit Inlf th dlnmetdr nt Hie circle na we rail c Tin wiite dlimeliT therefore ISlOCHMUK irie aIII Hwuuifor ence tnK tIll diameter mnltljillpil by 31410 Is aliiiiit 74IRII0- This nmazf illotiiuce thin inrth trav els In Its yearly Journey arid llvldmg It by Sai we Knd till dally speed about Usd000 Then we Ret the distance you rode around the sun durliur your hours walk divide again by twenty tour and the result Is about 00000 miles But this Is not the end of your hours trip The sun with Its entire brood of planets Is moving in space at the rate of miles In o year That Is at the rate of a HtfU more than 438000 miles a day or 230 miles an hour So adding your three miles pf leg travel to the hours axial movement of the earth this in the earths orbital Journey and lIeU again to the earths eXII lon with the sun and you ilnd von im tnnvVJ 111lho hour Svvt AI Haydon Robertson f Havdon Willett W J UVAUGHAN Sunday School K eld Worker In SeriO tucky invention y1onetucky Sunday Stool Association who will make hlsjpjprt at Urn SUIte Con Iwj VAUGUAN ventlon to be hild at Paducab Ky dontISunday Schools Jf the state and la a great favorite wjih all who know him MISS FRANcjJGRIGSBY Office Secretary lias Charge of Sunday- Schoo Statistics Frances Grlgsfby of Louis IMls Is the ore e secretary of the Sundi School Association which will hoK Its convention In I Pnducah Ky Q 2DNov Under her direction tbdj sfatlstics of the Sun FRANCES OlUUSIlt day Schoola of he state are gathered each year A Sunday Sellout 1mnp showlug these statistics will be an Interesting exhult at the convention IREV F N PALMER Bible Student till Spcak at Sunday Scho Convention IHr R X P titer D D of Vlnoiw Lake Is a Uilile stncl iil andi teacher or Inrg esi Tipnie who during the lost Hirht esirs hns been tpnlier of the Piifllsl mlle In tilt Vimna schools during blrli tluii leI iIiig with the boys timl rig of tIll high whiiu age he has hi n rdrv Ier4Ite li tlEVI IAIUKII tvorklng ut IroloNII Ilitn drtj Celop real nUrest lu KJMe study Jir ItiniiT four eritls tu Hlble study tile Stlte Oomrnllon the Kriiturk Sundny 5ihou lot to b t tit Imliicjili Ky Oct WNov will Iw wnndifrfjil op iirtuulty for the Sntitltiy School touch irs to Slur I Lust the help they most need THi WORD HELL A Littio kThatContaifis Som sta fling Information A little lUok selling t only cents postal Qd Is hllIia very tcoI circulation hunlng up Into the lions It co talus some very Information espectlns the stnrtlfngI thp word I fell It claims to strate both rom the Hobrdw arid the eeli qf Bible that Hell Is NOT a place of denial tormQpti but inercly another naue for the TOJIB tbo GRAVE th STATE OF DKATO It affects to uw that man was not re deemed fru u fflroff pIne of eternal t rtire hilt ilnbs the Scflptiires prov tiig that he HKDEEllEIifroni the ORAVB at tie cost uf liteH lceinerrB M FE insl iLLrFcriiimAl Hop Mi fur ti Churrii nufi tin WnrJt1 s tjrri 1lon ht ipe bsseil upan the JTJtli riid rmHinf Jww The i hI Hlnly wo3vj1io iad1n TM Infjn itlon It furtiUhqi Is eir- tttilX valu lIe far lgjndlii trifling IM Qral It nt once from the Bible and Tnit Jjfclcty 17 nicks street JMrnnt Tw Jww = tt 0 H 5 w ti i fS t Y I Ict it 1 t t SrtJ 1 oJ r 4 f r f I i 1rew Outerwear For oJ- jj I ALItLL11 Iand WinterM i WomensJlA Ill S Juniors Childrens1 and infantsI i ljCoup tile best Ametican and European mnufacuii0We have spared no care nor time in collecting tle garments The largest stock of J RcadytOWcar ever shown n the City oi Louisville and at most ropderate prices TVOMilXS BLACK BROADCLOTH I COATLike illustration large shawll collar and deep cults silk braid a td I embroidery trimmed lined thiouhiut with gUaranteed silk satin a 3250 value r r spe11fl J WOMKNS 01 MISSJS COAT Kuli knsm semlnttid ba lrslar jcll sir large btittonS coat lliul hMuirWut With sIIksatI2U 1650 value ASTRAKHAN OTI I 10TU COATtCiit full l nsr veil collar deep cuiit ilrll rramcui i fastening lined wilh guiiici vatin lin ing 2000 value special GKNUIXE srrirni PIUiII- i COATCut foil 1ghnmen or i misses sizes larK slaw IJr deep cuffs lArgresllW frnsr riitii CeI orad or black sutin itr1 iivalue 2500HTACK- BUOADCLOTll RtfeJCTJ 2250 2500 1urLLlxcti tOTNir WIIUPI misses and juniors ovr f1 to select from Brosil th Srgs Ciwi0tt i Wide Wale Koalish Chroi Oii hisP- laid Bark Novltv Mtuus Velours etc from SIOi gradually up to 9500NEW OJENY TTke lll ustrr i tlon 48 Inches long womenj atmIsses Rlzes niede uf hAte rwn tdgray Bnrrlish wido il e rhrom vi11 collars ant 13n special f1 IG5Ot- Sb MISS MAUDE l DANCE Will Conduct Conference at Sundj School Cqnvention MIss Maude L Dunce of IxuiNvHh Ky assistant elementary siiioriuten ent of the Kentucky Stindny Rcftool Ai soclatlon woo vlll be one uf thv spenl 11L L ers al ini1Ju ttI tln nf reuoes the Stit o iMiaiiii of th associa tion to liv hrlfil in Ii Iiih ty Oct 2t Nov I Tlis Mtti Iaiuprt first rear wltb Ihi Hiitl hut vjih her leasing peronalHv IiLolhlfll1ln way SirPH iitlns her tui slip hits made friends whinver tlo slieii REV T C GEBAUER One of Kentucky Sunday School Leading Fie id Workers Kev T G nur of Henderson sl3 hIIlIt of thtt liid vorUcn of the Kentil liv Sinliny who will wake tlioir iiiiiiil riinrts lit State ConventItiii 111 It PIII1I1lIhIKy T OERAUEH d Niv Vith his lirlKht broil ironinit jl In tiKitii1 lives nut nt ti Iltiile nu open Look it tli I lUNG DISEASE After four Jn our family hadv led ic Consumption 1 was takeiJwith I lungttroublebutM 87 pounds through using H DRKINGS NEWiIi DISOOVERYN iv B Patterson Welicgton Tox lOt dlltOO AL DaGfliSTS TWotnenandmlS brownhigh BIuhCloth IIIandmtsaes wOlDenI 975orS 1UELxcsALIE JACKS AND JEMETTS will attlte Fair Grounds Spnpgtield Ky on SatUrday Nov 1ber 1 t2vJir r tiSell1 9yearold Jennett in foal sired by Joe Blackburn grandson of Old Paragon 1 8year old Jennett with colt by side iin- foal she sired by Dick Pafrotts 014 Paragon he by Black HawK 6year old Jennett with colt by side sired by Gov McCreary dam sired by Joe Backburn 1 5 year old Jennett with foal sired by Gov Wood Jack out ofasire Ia Blackburn ofI 3year old Jennett with foalsiredl by a 1 Gov Wood Jack out of a sire of Joiev Blackburn 1 1 year old Jennett sired by Gov Billy now owned by Thurman PetersI I i l 1 tan as WeH is Ksn are Mad HisQftWt Red Biagder Tronblo Kidney trouble upon themindt beauty by by till cheerful ness soon are cut of or it is rot for a W he afflicted kidneys If the cmhlnritmtCfitoooften if Uic urine scoldi the fleshpr if tlie chjld reaches an age it should he able tcjcbutroltha passage it is yet afflicted with bed wet rtiD depend it t1iceauottbedd culty is kidney trouble the first should be towmeL the trenhuent of import uLogR15 lhfllft1 easant Itrouble is due to a dbcasc l i ion the kidneys suit Kodder t as most people Women survtM asr rr jidetntscr ImdOtIIOtI druggist Ii cent wll r cvuJlar size l li u I u iiupls bottle l t free alto a pamphlet telling t SwatmvKoot vigor and disappear vhcn thekidneys order die ecccd t1t uncom mon child born with weak whea when and step these ofi Jabit inUy have Ir tIapttOi j including many ol the thousands of tesu monial letter e received from sufferers i who found SvampRbot to be just the remedy needed In writing Dr Kilmer Sc Co Binghamton N V5be sure and t mention this paper Dont make ant mistake but remember the name pr I IiliuM3 SwampROQtnnd the eddriss Biflbamton N T oa ecrv bottle NIT CLUBI Wale u f eouao eilges special B11SSES OR JUNIOR COAT LJke 1 weave collar and of broadclonn buttons and handemhrnl rv trlrnmJ l ape clal I 52Inch cohts a 3260 suit special this week I TAILOU LDJK misses and Juniors mado of serge broadcloth wldo IEnglish whipcords mind novelty over 75 styles to select from to 4250 special this week 1 cuffs Wale SERGE DllESSICS Womens misses sires line puro wool blue coat style button Ifront collar and cuffs trimmed and black strlns ijt clal i i EVENING DRESSES AX1 DAKCIXG DRESSES Sand misses of I cloth satins biocadbd satins chiffon tfons fiats and laces a low Andhlgh as u 11g44iW S125b sz 5fj rcollhrsigo SUITSFor z5ooS merlcanneftuLv rnnvy anI 1250 pREsSES AVrERNOO slzestmade FlRElttIcharJ11eUsei sergo Afo r in f 1 jrtys uyon bout 1 1year old Jack a good one sired by a ParagonJenfiett1 1year old Jack Cot sired by a son of Paragon out of a Gay Wood jenne t1 2year old Jennett tired by a Paragon jafck out of Goy Wood jehneti V 1 WeanlingJack Colt sired by Gov Billy now owned by Thurman JkPelcn out of a Goy Wood jennett 1 2ycar old Gray Jack sired by a Para v gonson of Dick ParrottX old Pargpn 4out of a Black Hawk jennett 1 3year old Black Jack good perfq mer sired by a son of Dr McChordou frBlack Hawk Jennett I i MONTGOMERYr TIJiHMILTONJ ToD ENGLISH Auctioneer lbyJidfiiY tuisconragesand1esuuibition J KitlneytrdublebasLeconie APTOW- and 1SIeel Lined 7 SHOT t flELLS TbeKeairngjaaCali CtiSt0agoocaa Each andEvery One a Speed SheIlT J The ipeed that breaks your Iarlelltiel rer trap Thais why RtmaonUMC Steel thIIShell have woo 13 out of the 15 Uwlicapi MId the last three Yeari The speed that gets that mileumlaqte duck with a tberter lleadt thati why it takes over 50000 dealenlo hwdl tb rdemaad i for ReeuingtonUMC Steel Liaed Sbelli The Shooting fraternity are speed wiN THY know loose smokeless powder wont drive shot They kcew tbt the drive depends on the compresitoa The powder charge ia XpmigtKUMC tMtk krippd in steel This lining is deiijaed to give the exact e yreitiem necessary to send the load to the sMrk fMekett It iwwrN speedthe same speed in every abel The steel Ifpiag is mohture poeJtpsu set these Jar proofno powder CM let eat Waite peea tMrtf k beet Shoot Kti nttottUMC Arrow Nitro Qi Iseel 111M mirwt factory lotded kelU lot Steel vise FaResa M ar aas tiisa Rem ntoa ASUOIMkt Cartrij Co j 2f9 Bfoiiwa r New YMc n TITDR fi1 1 BURTON sIDENIDENTIbT f rurutudr i t t L ftOtl itNp Block up ulrs PRINGLfDKX DR J C MUDDB- ijiiciatt and Surgeon Office hours 8 to 9 amll t lto2pm 4c i OceoverHa371OnSDrUgSOX WFGRIGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW it Office otiwr FeSples Uauk- BPRINOPlfiLD KY t tt MW HYATT f Office over Red Cross Drug i ci Store Office hours Hyatt 1080 iQ im to 12m 4 to5 pm t ff t r lMc WILUAp r 7 t Notary Public jl WlLUSBURG KY f IitiQDIa Specialty vTff JY HAYES S P YEAGER 4 MAYES 1 YEAGER Funeral Directors and Embalmers fer TELEPHONE 1DAY19 NIQHT 74 t SPRINGFIELD KI ti t tRfF TRUSTYS t PRACTICAL DENTISTiOfftce over Haydon Bather ff i J J Cental work reasonable prices r11 work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY t I 1j EoESJ TTrjt acd Oraiental Surubs Aspera us Hhnbarb Peonies Roses Phlox etc Growers of wtat we sell Free kaCatalog JNq Agents H L HMenmejer 4 SonsI r il Lexinffton Ky l BIBLE STUDY COUPON i Bible and Tract Society 17 Hicks I Slreet Brooklyn N YtKindly send me the Bible Studies m rk dbClow IWher Are thp ttaacf1 rJ Forgivqbfa and Unpardonable I Sins What Say the Scriptures Re pecting Punishrhent Rich Man In Hell I In the Crow of Christ We Glory I Most Precious TextJchri318 IEnd of the Ago Is the Harvest Length and Breadth Height and ofGodLovert The Thief In Paradise Chrilt Our Passover Is 8cri ficed The Risen Christ Jt Foreerdination and Election L The Desire of All Nation t4 Paradise Regained The Corning Kingdom t Sin Atonement i Spiritual Israel Natural Is rael JTHe Times of the Gentiles Gathering the Lords Jewels Thrust In Thy Sickle NightAIIThe Hope of Immortality The Kings Daughter the Bride Calrnitie Why Permitted Pressing Toward the Mark IChristian Science Unscientific nd Unchristian Ie Our Lords Return J The GolderRuIt The Two Salvations Name f r Street 44 City and State v v Jt Upon receipt of the above con Onwe will send any one of these B114g Studks llItEE any tliree nt lucl for rcutsBlanifjH or the entity n for 23 centk REND AT ONCE TO TS9CIE1YlSU UtvN Kyuf Y o BuloVs Wonderful Memory Ruow hid n wntiUirfnl tueinory PS wan evldiuiiid hrhlll ustonlshlnj firIt joftnemurlzlus Kid concerto tvaki the miiUwlin nite could uituiic psmy without Hiittm Hfct icuRir wu alinont liifnlllblo He vrnsunVe riji trs lug 0 conijHmltlHii of Ihatx fur orillus l tfltbonlj4 i jplayed t piano No replied Bnluw Mitll sforznmloJ Look nnd nee persisted the composer The score was pre faced Bulow was right I3ow every J Ixxly did applntidt In tbe excitement 4 sac of the brass wind players lot his taceLook for a b flat liuyour piirt Mid Bnlow still wJthout uU uotea Five measures fartber ou wish biglL 5 A mt- IIllfjiiI r r HHMMNNILcI The Freshest and Latest i jjU tlolrelf Friends aiMi Acquaintances J IIFOR SALE 100 Locust posts Some end po ts R L Clements FOR SALE75 tons first class timothy hay JA Bodlwsare FARMERsCome in and see our Timothy jSeedj beston the tlourtl BDLAKECO There iilbe a mission t1 Holy Trinity cHurch at Freder ickstown next Sunday and continuing for one week There will boa sermon delivered very evening at 7 oclock The ladies missionary society of the Presbyterian church willl jneeWBYiday Nbjc 1st promptly at 3 oclock pftnvat the home of Mrs I pJ nes AU the ladles of the church are urged to come cordia11invitation tailored hats opacity untrim ined shapes in beavers and veleourslELLEN WATHEN SocieItieswill be largely attended TIe sermons both in the forenoon and afternoon will be delivered lhyRev J S Oaton O P atberUaJon has quite a reputation as an orator not only here but has a national i emulation Many in the county have ex1 pressed a desire to hear him and now a great opportuuity is pre sented on Friday Saturday and Sunday His sermons all show great scholarship and deep learn ing and bis delivery is all that could be asked Great success The County Court dipnerI served by the ladies of byterian church was a grand l success both to the public aud the ladies of the Presbyterian church as well To the former iin tha fact that there was plenty for everybody who attended and 6umjrealizedl Speakings There will be several public speakings in the county in the n4xt few days On Friday night at 780 Hon T S Mayes will address the voters at Moore ville Judge Frank E Daugherty of Bardstown and Jon A Polm will address the voters at Fred erickstown and Hon W Cj McCnord and Joe Polin at Ttxas On Saturday afternoon at 230 Eon W C McCnord and John A Polin will address the voters at Mackville On Monday night at 73ft Hon T S Mayes and Joe Polin will address tha voters at Freder ickstownt Bold Hold Up1 Mr Joe Shehan arrived here Sunday night from Indianapolis Ind fthere he has been in a hospital for several day as are sult of injuries sustained in a hold up Joe left here ome nonthsago und went to India napolis where he secured employment with the rail way otup any as a conductor One night some time ago as he was about to pull into the car barn some one entered the car and struck him width a heavy club about the bead He was rendered un conscious by the blow and was fuund in that conditiou a short time later when alter severall calls to pull in he did nut re spond It is supposed that the motive of his assailant was rob bery and that he was frightened away before accomplishing his full purpose and the money un dhehans person was untouched His injortes were treated and be returned home is soon as be was in condition to dos Eisi now atMrlV D Stiehans his lather and 13 progressing very well Howeyer it is feared that ne will lose the sight of ole eye SpringfieldSt Josephs On last Saturday October 26 ScpoolIbldVen again defeated St Josephs eleven of Batdstourri tu ttietune of 68 to Q The game vas a complete walk over for tue 3igU School boys and they IJr not at anytime VorrieJ 18- au the Haul iesnlU IRTOPIGSJ I DRV MANNING DENTIST SPRINGFIELD KY Offices over McElroy Shaders grocery Phone 234R Hours 8to 12 1 to 4 The feature of the game was splendid team work of theIItbe boys Their line was as strong as the proverbial Stone Wall and their interference al mcst perfect Time after time they worked the forward pass successfully for 15 20 and 25 yard gains McClellan at end played a brilliant game breaking up many plays and downing the runner in1 his tracks Tink Haydon and Foster Oleaver were bears wheb it came making long gains through 1to line or around the ends quarterICountry Spalding did splen did work in tackling The Springfieid tenth meets Somerset Friday on thocalgrid iron and it is hoped that every body will come out and roout for obr boys The children of St Rose Sun day School had their closing examinations last Sunday The winners were Louise Edelen and Frank Osbourne in the first grade and Ella Jjines in the second Those deserving hon arable mention are Pearl Orkies Mary Lee Smith Louise Marajt Maggie Fields Agnes Maraja Corinne Mattingly Regina Ryan Victoria Smith Harriet Mattingly Ora Mattingly Mag EIJaISmith Jack Smith Louis Os born Richard Robertson Edgar iEdelen Earl Spalding Margie JMdntire Genevieve Cecil Cal n rine Odd Margaret Os born Hattie Blaufprd Cather ine Montgomery MarIe Smith Margaret Higdon Wm Riney Ricliard Piles Cleo Puts H Smith Willie Mattingly andI John Thompson The presentation of the gold medals will be made on next Sundry afternoon at the end of the retreat Circuit Court Circuit Court opened Monday with the Hon I H iTtiurman presiding The Grand Jury was empanelled sworn and charged by Judge hunian He impressed upon them the necessity of enforcing all the laws whether they ap proved them or not Special at tention was called to the hunting laws and the Sunday closing laws loud liquor and gaming laws Tuesday was taken up in trying old indictments and quite a num ber were disposed of The following is the grand jury C W Stalhhgs foreman T E Bardsty Richard Graves Will Suider JL Wimsatt Jas L Hume J A Mudd F R Neale T H Royalty R W Ward T A Hays and Henry CookseyThe following compose the petitt jury Charles Pope Sam E Shew alter SamNally Matt Hilton R L Mlbnrn John Devine Clay Brady Dave Cut singer Nekton Hardin Gabe Shewma iter Erastus Young E P Tjedinan Joseph Spalding Everett Parish P J Kelly George Lear J W Funk H F Parrqtt Kert Bhndford J S ClaybVouke C H Mclntire Sam P White H E Case and Walter Haes- Commpnwaltl of Ky vs Roy Beavers and Harry Foster breach of the peace were fined 25 Same vs John Ccrastockgam ing 20 Same vs John Comstock and Alex Thompson gaming riot guilty In the caie of Commonwealth vs Earnie Beavers charged with furnishing liquor to a minor thetI defendant was found not guilty Same vs Andy Foster furnish ishing liquor to minor vas fined 50 Same vs Ray Parish breach of tbd peaceS50- Same v Stanley Parish breach of tne peace me cent and ctrets Sjme VB Wade Goodlett fur niahing liquor to tninor 50 ISame vs Lawrence vs Bea Itrd the defendant was found gujjtyof falte swearing ParrottSirams Mrs R L arroU announces a the approaching ma J lage oTher daughter Miss H iieto Mr Michael Slmms Thi weddinjc to take place November 1l2i14t DomlSt ics SimpsonBeit jMiss Minnie SzmponaitLMr John Best were mafrleaat the residence of Rey jiOColleV last Sunday afterniod in the presence of a few 1 r ends The bride is the daughter of Mr George Simpson afd is an at jtracttve young Jadwbo oum titik1hcesThetoo8onpfMrtown and is a prounent young man wit ha host of iends vbo wsh them much ha opiness OByran J1 Mrs Dells OBijjran diedat her home 4 miles from Spring field last Thursdly morning after an Illness of si eral months of nberculosis Mrs OBryap RQbertOrkies but asbort timeto Mr Thomas OBryan She was he possessor of a very amiabh disposition and was well liked Funeral services were conduc ted at St Rose Fri ay at solemn requiem mass and urial was in tthe cemetery ther Utile Child Dies HaUte the thj ee year old daughter of Mr ad Mrs J C tClements died at Monday Several weeks agcJshe contracted the whooping dough and was thought to hae almost recovered when com lication set in which resulted h her death Funeral seryic s were con ducted at St DoUnica Tuesday and eight littla iris acted as pall bearers Death is alwaj sad but the departure of a yotrag life seems jas a rosebud untdnely plucked yet none can nppreciate the beauty of the young life like they who have Isnnhed in its smiles and day Iby day have watched the opening rpsebud find lose and ht new in at i at Satterly Mrs Elizabeth Satterly died of heart diaeas at her home Tathaui Sp lns last Mon day Mrs Sat was about 60 years of age nd prior to hr marriage was a lisa White being a of the late years was united ini arriage to Mr John W Satte ly who died a Mrs Joe and Mrs Elmer Bark head ann Mrs F Royalty Mrs 8atterlwas for the greater part ol ler life a mem ber of the Bap st burch and was a woman lved by all who knew her- Funeral services were con ducted at Ro bridge Tuesday by Rev Hatch tt Salg We willog- SATURDA Tf NOV 9 1912 at 2Jclock p m for sale Ion the penises the 2 story liD Sptingtleldt1 Ky House has rooms anduod 16 a gesdro and t cistern j j Choicel A Hu bOf is too importan a matter for a womaif to be Handicapped by bad blood or foul blath Avoid these kill hopes by talilnj Dr Kings Life Pil6 New strength fine breath cheerf il spirits things thfit win raenifollow their use Easyafe sure 23c at E ijdoa 8 Robertaan T IA Word to to Tqlo GrowersI As tne seasbn for open lug our tobacco marketTls near at hand we desire tto before you the folIwinstatement In last 60 days we have made our best efforts to acquaint our se1va WIth thdobdjtluns likely to affect the prices of the 1912 crop of tobacco We4 the quality of the crop in this dIe trict tljrpnghont the Burley sections probablv the finest grown in Jyears but very in w ight as is always colorvtcrpps a large percent of the lower leaves tbrcngh rust and the ex treme heat of the cutting season This rnarked5 shortage in Weight considered with the un usual excellence of quality found opiniontobacco trade mean high prices Indeed many cropa have already been bought by speculators this dlstrl taniels6where at f16 Now this district has at Springfield Ky what we be lieye to be the best market in tbe State This market has four large sales warehouses equipped with eveiy needed facility and with ample capacity to handle the entire crop of the district Back of these warehouses and perhaps tthe most valuable and vital features of our market is the array of live energeiic wideawake buyers each of whom represents one oV more of the llargest tobacco factories in the world and backbf these good buyers are their in mense hand ling houses drj4 g machines hydraulic pressesand all other modern applian fpr handling tobacco in larg qtjanJtiea Could you fin market conditions Can you afford with such a market at hand to put are even now riding over the argains One dred hats beavers velvets velours and felts in all triejciew colors nd shapes exactly nalf price new lot of fancy feather half pr fee Come in and get 4tbur choice fiiese are rare bargains WILLIAMS near fly White daughter Forty ElIshaI Ibhe IPnblC offer groomljus outbuildings on placeTerms dayjThe and weakness complection pu place anitb light f16cents better atotI country Certainly not Put mrrketwherepetition of all legitimate buyers A year ago the Planters Ware house through our local news papers predicted high prices for tobacco and tried to sound a note of warning to those tobacco growers inclined to sell at the barn but many did sell at home and at heavy losses to themselves We hope this will not again be the CaRe as we believe the man who grows the crop earns md iis entitled to every dollar there la in it The Planters House is con strncting a large addition to its sales floor with nearly 50 stalls lio tbe basement for the free use of it customers The house will be conducted along ihe same lines as heretofore confining itself strictly to a commission I business and endeavoring to protect the interests of every patron who comes to the house Believing that our house de serves and will get its fair share oftbe business of this district we are- Planters Tobaccp Warehouse Co By Iik 9a 8enDerry and CLF Posley YOU WANfrUISS- MALL FARM Containing about 25i acres ly inx in the subburbs of Spring field This property front 211 feet on Lebanon street aQ admirably located for jbnilding ai es The larm Ikhd adjoining iakiis it the rnbst destrathL l property in miiyr offered i prfsar iip Springfield Will se11 on SATUfiDAY V KbY MR 1912- r aC 200 oelQckp m T rms male known on day of i sale W A an41 WATERs ttia 7 f11em att L MEkODti- UNDE RW E ARI H I This brandof totakeupmeansUI I I Imansi ITHE ROBERTSON CLAY ROilE 6CO l J 51 11NCORPORITD Iiii t1 OtPER6IONA Dr J5 B RoBards Qf liar- rodsburgwas in town se te day t C S Hill Conmjnwe lth Attorney of Lebanon is in town this week engaged in Court lion T S Mayes was at Big Clifty Tnesbay tilling a speak- Ing appointment Attorney Taylor of Lonisvile Ky was here yesterday in Court Mr Abram Sydnor of South Carolina has returned heYeto resume his work as Tobacco Auctioneer at the Springfield House Miss Della Smith has accepted a position with the Robertson Claybrooke Co Messrs W J Stem and J M Sturgeon have returned here to take up their work in the tobacco business Mr Alex Blandford the popu lur cattle salesman of Bourbon Stock Yards Louisyille was here this week Mr and Mrs Curts have rei turned to their home at Emi nence Miss Jmejda Blanford will re turn home tonight after an ex tended visit to friends at Vine Grove and Louisville Mr N P Thompson Is in Lebanon today FMhton a Shy Hftf Fashion Is a shy bird and J pin orrint crltlo hu noticed that tailor are not adrlsloff the frock coat andfancy waistcoat which ar bccom Inr unpopular becauae Mr Sfddoa was to dnnad in the dock TheI paulnc of the frock ooat will be welcomed by many and by many who do not remember the execution of Ursi Manning In 18 l who swung In black aatln and made that material unfaih lonable for many Ylatl There Is an opening for reformers wW wish to change the fashions and are willing to go to the itake for their belief One can fords a woman who will commit a murder In order to be hang ed In a hobble skirt so that therd hall be no more hobble skirts in the fashionable world And the nthusi astlc Tegtarlaa might kill some oth er donkey and die In leather boots with the Idea of bringing vegetable boots Into fashion Ther are mary possibilities for the reformer who will consent to wear the wrong clothes on the right occasion London Ghron id World That Was New to Her Tommy Conoyan a property man la Clereland possesses among his per sonal propS a number of amua1ng stories This Is one of them- I used to be on the door at the Ly scum One night whea Joseph Iforr phy wa playtor ther an old Irish lady approached with a ticket In ker heaL Brldently she Jaa4aTer bun in a playhouse before aai wu IOE what bewilder fhe wttched the bin paulo by m and Hsteid a1r- calltd out upstair or wastalr according to theY tickets haaied s nnally ihe slowlr appceas4 4 Mi Ian e her eupeli Upstalrs I cilIa lWhIIer 1 At4 U ot Iai4toward m c a UU m M wksL fe I a H I f CTa JDr I II ZI 0L i i r FRESH oY1ir I AND efiL tt 1 I I i 1ii 1 I I I BENlDtETtJ jiiij I 00 WV II FRESH CADDIES ALWAYS ON HAND I L J1 Reliabland O lllprohensiYoTe1ephoue Seriice CUJnberlandlit local connections with all citizens in your townand Long Distance con nections to all outside important cities and towns You get exoetly what you pay for Call our Manager for further information The demand is not for cheap telephone service but for reliable andj c6kipefeHsiye tele phone service I CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated J F DANEEHOLD 1 Pres and Treaa J Pi DANNEHOLD VicePresident GEO TWYMAN rSecrtUry 1 f Main Street Tobacco Warehoueo J MAIN stRETft r Et i INDEPENDENT DANNENHOLD C6 Propthtors 92325 W Main Street bet 9th and 10th i iOUISVLLLEXY f ft h4St 1 Storage Pour Months Free 6f CXua q jSIIBestLfght in City I Best fpspection AunSa1esDaily f Retnrns Prom tlt Made i ypur Hogsheads MAIKSTREET HOUSE 1 1MNOTICE TO THE TOBACCO GROWERS Tholelwho received thosd valuable certificates should wilts at once to v t Warehouse Company 4Si 4 i 44 i FARM FOR SALE ie About 150 Acre Situated about 1 miles from FaIrfield Nelsoa ctwntyr os a fd ii public road There Js about 50 acres of good tdM SM IIsaL pa tlik farm after being cleared There is some flee wUlfe Mk tWbtc aad Other timber suitable for buildupiparpoMt A esd sd ffispring k good orUQD of the fencing iIs iroven Vrlre with Week Ie ii i poet Th rf about 60 acr suitable to go In era vtA tI IMH asset year balanceef cleared land sown in grass Tlurt kM MkKnft es am but plenty of mber for baMincywram Tey ptoUedtte J c iithlat E it WEUHARY I I t lt L s r f MDBWlBB II 111M fl If 1w Whi PSYK- f fi f f wrtIf Lsvsal Ms Tamed Trains liir t jj IIikks Yirs T N III tit RtHH W OiM3S1I B JelUSe III II 1M tk Jec etgh s7 SiL MU s wMId fS 1rsiik s4ty ifce la the UaJoa but e aad vaUUd xivery coaatry lm the fSS wacld aa aa ort te evade the fed I t jarai lasjertsrs and secret service lr ate The otW day he walked Into JMae 4 thelTattod States m- rI9rr J e JsfjHMd thei the ease against jkte was aasfcsst Afteea Tear ago hat he had fted wkea aoae pursued hdthatthartoZfederaIomcersqjwho had Iteea dMwtag him ever the jitohe were sdyjereaTlons ot kIaOWJi1 guilty eoaweieavee L Jeaet sat doifM and cried whem i ewuatr pet 1IM kin ad that for the hut pSjstowm ad 14vdsia hoaeet Duta4 at waadisfrssT as a hobo over tTBS jta t 9di a aaw Mart ja wtaaM Jeaaioa atter he had fejMiedwt JfIM e4y kawa t11H PS- years MM years aft I might have laanaptid te mwtidag if r had t tI 1hrtthViI St jjreMs ae HjT funfehHieat Would aIfi sits eCeet will continue througkout ray 7 rM aw- t Caat iea lead me w quarter to get withill led c toward a restaurant Jehaae waa aa official In the pub a lie ladje ce ia Del Norte CaL la- 1HI1a he ya found short fl80L He- iwf iadlcted on a charge of embex is sieat forfeited hla ball and ea i eaaea Forthree years the govern l forlsad thereafter ao further efforts were jaMe to capture kim y i On a cattle ship iVorked my way is LlTerpooll said Johnson I wag- aWestt froM tie states about Ave i years during which time I visited practically every country In Europe aM Maay la Asia and Africa I wasp keenly3iMTSS Mel told ae were always after I f Her eight years I have been wan deriag ever the cpuntry from the At- E lantic to the PacWCj from Winnipeg I to the sjulf I have worked a few days la actually hundreds of printing Ioci But I made It an absolute rule sever to Work In a place for saore thaa a week Then I would move Sto the aezt stop thus throwing the detective eX of my trail J I1H laoralag I struck Omaha 1 I walked up the street and by the post f I oAce All the thought struck that had I stood trial took my meI Icia aid served my time I I havatee a fre man many years lago t ytV wHIt save been an excon viet I tcML Myself Thats no worse than a traaap I answered myself TI Well why not go In and surren It derr I asked pysalf And before tjtadi aa opaortoalty of ay1DgJ1o awe iffM la the United States mar shal cttce J OLO AlE MARTIN IN FLESti laya He Never Heard ef Kn Hiih I 1Mnr Rust Khews All the Yamlly 1t ala such whut yah de lea t wket yah arfwhea yum do He was Abi Hartla la tksbrfrom his hrefa sxBaretoed shoes to I the three h 4rs awry at the erewm of hisl head Mi his homely philosophy r Katie there Ae said Deputy Proeevter HeCarty seaaslsg lm as ItMJeaaed lore How d ret tt late jeKee courtr Jad e CeUtas looked hist over from aead If eet Ahe grlajud toed aa taredly sad eeatlaved Ter m isjMe Jf Fd took three 11I trlata d wms Mte nobodys thetmuch 3ptkvp here f ladaplis the pllce arrest me am I ala got a thing agin jssa fer R avtk r n sessVlsaee to Abe Martin was M jrtriklag la eatliae that me one Ultettd he had found the origlaal the f artist sreatets original tcIjye Dew Kin Hubbardr aVffe know all the Hubbarda down fClsytoftmlfhty nice folks tew Ch ykyXin They aln none JpesajBajBvsd patlotu I knows of Jat Sealed jKrenuouBlyfbelng from fsrwrn county He was Jram Hen Irtskihsialdrv rAmja jsiets like my daddy before uisa Ax yrifff plain farmers I don t MartiTa thter heat 05 president er oongfesoi- asMJ vt thet ume jotneoise said hi Ijs4ctwe wax In the taper but lalntI sn it 4 3uColllni dismissed the dZkensesg and let him 1 lr Net a Criterion ICpMcessarlly a great statesmanr asked- SeaaterSersjkam Becaase ha is a clever lawyer My deii sir to asBume that a CiiTC lawyer Is aecesaarlly a great atateesBaa Is the same as taking it is tHtW a aumlsmatlclan Is a ft iiidw I 1 CoIdStorage Why haveat yea heetf avt to see whoaI ntIyou WMtU Bet ask replied Evelyn With all my isis week I kardly have time to keep meat I came out today to buy a sew gowm which I shoulsUhave beaght a meath ago Come with me aad well take a look at the shop windows Really I dare not Windows areI taW te ma IfIlobkIaaIoit I deit a ed a thing and eae hates to waste moaey I to seldom go any wteere that my gowns lilt forever Evelya you cannot rjeallse how curl cupa1Uon1fIf you aierstood the discomforts ef working leT a living yon would redat your hlesaiags better aplo HIM are yiY Why not mike friends la the apartment house where grot youI eerM thatlilt GfdvfceIs meant Evelyn ut the Istance5S1lT dear girl Tm aot la the least diffldeat ram meely afraid of being frocea to death Sfl should try make friend with my neighbors said HI dont Evelya understand what you meantoI IIfwarehouse declared Anne the so cial atmosphere could not be more frigid Mother eEL I hive lived there a year aid a half aid not a soul out of iII these apartments has made our acquaintance Have you called on your neighI borsr Of course not Iwould not be forward as ts make advances soI Then It aeems to me you are as lbadIndeed I am notat least I do bnotthe apartment above ours plays histpiano at aU hours of the night t does not even make music but thumps out some monotonous tune which is as dreary as the moaning of a lost souL Then there Is a woman across the hall with a baby that howls morn Ing noon ant night Mother went in one day and told her that all the child needed waa a little peppermint The woman replied that the baby was not ill but was just lonesome when ever she was eut of Its sight Didnt she come to call after asked Evelyn thaUI Is that a Joker Inquired Mine You cannot laugh me into liking them There IIs a horrid old creature in the apartment below ours who 1ihandlemachine We are disgusted with th building and mean to move as soon as our lease expires You do not need to wait because Ill take the lease off your hands as soon as you like I am going to go to housekeeping with another girl be fore long and your apartment would suit us exactly When you get ready to move let me know A few weeks later IEvelyn received a note front Anne saying that she andI her mother were about to take apartment so Evelyn called to see about transferring the lease During the Interval learned Annes moth er had suffered a fall and was fined to her conch with a conI hip During Evelyns call so person dropped In that she bad Anus remain to aa herself hour before she could toI thought said knewyou you no oneI 1st this building exclaimed Evelyn at last I peTer saw more warm hearted people Yet yell called this place a colt storage warehouse That was before mother was hurt pja4 Anne The moment the people heard of our trouble they rushed la to sympathise and tell their troubles In turn That UII with the baby has lost the poor little darling and every day she comes Inj and talks to us about It and tells of the flowers she lays on its grave What of the lost soul above you who thumped the piano Inquired Evelyn Please forget the cruel remarks I made abo1 him cried Anne He bad a dear mother who died and he played the piano because it reminded him of her He Is not a musician yet he could not bear to have the Instrument stand silent and neglected When he heard that mother was hurt hcameto Inquire If the noise of the piano annoyed her and be has been so kind I dont know how we could have managed without him Considering he beautiful way these people have behaved I dont see why you want ta move said Eve lyn ft LtIntention of lea lug the building we shall take a larg er apartment which will leave this foryouSWhyr demanded Evelyn aidIThe young mn who thumped the ano proved such a dear that motfier and Ifeelehall be fortunate to have him In the family So tic cold storage house was keeping your romance on ice an the while laughed TSvelyn Chicago DaUy New I Why Ha ftle esiIhh k Ae reaioa why women have oem Whea thougbi begin to grow elbWy sad eieerts ta iipulsea lf and the warnings of pain end distress ire aenJa Kkc lyW eilea Araa hoHt limbs aadkazoo straightway nine times in ten a 0 wMMsiwiel lay the eewe of the trouble to swan defect at the point where the first c IC It k a hattekesw a backache a leasatioa of irritability or twitching and iieie5rs1kb4 aenramaees oathiag must bjs vrroaf with the head oi back e 21 wsea sMNfaMy sayy bet ill the time the real trouble very often centers la the yerjsas Ia eoutof tea the sent of the dislcolty is here and s t J steistd take ntteaal treatmcat for its cure The loeal disorder and Inflam I A aiss ef HM eklkato special or aas of the sex should be treated steadily and I IIIln i y f De JsWee durisj a beg period of practice found that a prescription made f t IrejeB aie Heiaal wctracis of native rootirithout the we el aJeoboI relieved over 90 piceeiseck eaace After whig this remedy for aMay yaara la ids private prac tiee M jwir k i 1olDr Pierces Favorite PreMripie th4t would stake it II AWsrrkAse4 I it eaa be W sissy stdra where aiedJeiaM are haadled ZajL ILLWKnfs oft ttS Vft writesIf I had been falling la health iiJ r eit of tho tltnoiras notable to attend to ray household duties =iI 1 Was my troubjo RfiI waa gottlnj very bed hot thanks to Doctor rp ajCZ tmLTeitfl ItIc1coalythree bottles of Favor he na vwfe v fw EMloK 1 rLlots Ihars nothing but ynlsatof 7 tIrr llT Q laJPS r rELtBTS FOK I4VBR ILLS r TUNIS QUICKER THXN RENO Olveree Is firanted In Less Than an Hour nd O1JOlft Af rican City The MId time yea happea to he la FwalSi tat taU te far a visit U the llverce court It Is the aMt Herons URasohidkJ instltvtioa this side of femartumd A greet hall of Justice raulted and feered with rnarbll and itrewn with eastern carpets form the letting while husbands la turbans and lawyers and groan robed gray bearded fedges complete a scene which Blight FabianThe women closely veiled and hood id are herded like so mini cattle within an Iron grill take no part In Ihe proceedings which so Intimately af belngIlett r In each alcove seated cross legged o many cushioned divan II a green robed gold turbaned cadi To him the husband stated his case the wife ithrough her avocat putting In herds conIAnd then delivers his decision In nine tvorIwdissatlsfledith waUcJugffore one of the other Judges whose decision Is finaL A cue even If ap pealed is generally disposed of well under an hour and at a total cost of th8tIII RenoMetropolltanK IIT HAPPENED IN PICADILLY Anecdote of Lady Constance Stewart Richardson and the AwKward Young ManeLady Constance Stewart Richard wholdWashItold thp queen to stand out of the light at a picture exhibition capeleanecdote about her at the Bath cKb She wan walking In Plcadllly the other dayso the anecdote runs aad a young man attempted to pass heron the right when she also turned thut way The young man then veered to the left and Lady Constance 416 the same And there they stood for a minute or more overcome by that ridiculous something which makes two people face to face on a wide sldet walk dodge simultaneously this way and that without being able to pass each other by Lady Constance after nine or ten of these awkward movements smiled demurely and said Well rm sure If you want to dance I dont mindbut whats it to be the turkey trot or the grizzly bear Washington Star STRUGGLE TO SAVE GIRL Boy Twice Pulled Under and Helped Exhausted Out of Canal After Heroic peat Loridon A thrilling story of a boys bravery Is reported from Birmingham Jennie Moran aged 16 came out of her house in Filton road and threw a note to a youth of the same age named William Bednall saying GIve this to mother iStold me to follow her Isomething The girl ran across some toward the canal with Bednall In pursuit and when she reached the water she Jumped into darkIlearned to swim last year and despite byjhlsway boots he did not hesitate a mo mentDiving into the canal he swiftly reached the slda of the drowning girl and brought her up on his back Then- a he swam with her to the bank There a heroic fight for the girls life began Describing It Bednall 1dihelpIed round off my back and then gripped hold of me by the right shoulder Fortunately was wearing a thin shirtt and this broke away and I pu hAd her from me and rose to the surface She drew me under the water twice and I felt quite exhausted and des paired of getting out but In the end I gpt to the bank The girls body was recovered later TRUANT OFFICER WINS BOYS atQots Them In an Entirely Hew Way and They All Think Him the lest liver Phoenlxvllle PLQne of the claims made with much prideby the local ichool authorities II thealmbst complete absence of truancy and those who know give much of the Intelligent activity of the towns truant omcer William popularltyIs probably not another trqant officer otlSifevementl Armstrong and for five years he hag worked with singular effectiveness Truancy used to be much In vogue andthetobreakpract1cSpea1cIngof Armtrongr work In the hammsrandtongs meth od I went to wprk quietly got ac auainted with the habitual truants vii theirbauntstriedtoarQu alkedthemand boysIthefavoriteDutgrovesandthemoltpopqJar where Ivisitedon school days when necessity de IdaysfI themInnoquaineat allorblUmtaxe y b1Irt Il i LatliesiII Say Mc y as Keep is- St1by is41cCi1s till ai this cCJa1ri r MlCW1 HmlI Migszifllp you dices atyl I ty at a moderate- cnsebrkesOlni- I posted on the eat fashions te clothes and bate JMw Fashion Design c4 issue lufonznetion home and per isi mattes Onlyl j a year Inclndln free pattern Sub today or fen tree simple copy McCd Pitttn will enab you to make In your own home with yourowi bands clothing fur yourtetf and children Which wIlt bo perfect In stile and t Prlc none hlgber Ulan cents Send for free P tern Catalogue wwiiiciYrFihalaforgettlflgsukscriptlons among your lends Send for free premium Cataloeuean Cub Prize Offer tQIPLY 49Te43755t KITGU Imoau SUNDAY SCHOOLSS OF KI NTUCKY t Stales t Goirfenlion Will Meet at Padui ihh OOTOBER29 T010VEM8EIM Fatuous Musicians to Present Among Noted Spe kers Are W C Pearce Rev F N Palmer Rev W Fredong and Vaious State Lead Ira and Diyines The Fortyseventh Annual Conven tlon oftbe Kciltucl Sunday Schoo Association wilt be Ield in P duca Oct 29Nov Tb state executlvi Lccotnuiltteo has put jdrth every effor tto make this the gr atest conveutioi ver held In tie atai and in formlnj the program tins eec red experts cov eriug every depart Lent of Siinda School endeavor TJ e pastor the su perlutendetit the ten tier the pupil thi parent nil who are in any way Inter e ted in building up i true clttzenfllil for our state and w desire to Huh the rIght Influences melnto the live of the boys and girl will Ibid some 1tthing helpful at the various s KiJon t conventionI win Pro as pu fist Profpssor W Roper of Winpnni Lake Iud Flies two men led the mU it at the World Sunday School Convention In Washing WVC rmmc ton and alxo nt tilt International Sun day School m at San Francis ca One contfltt ma been fittingly called the and the otliei the plnno ivizsird The Intprnntlunnl issoclntlon will bt reprcMiite hv Sir W C Pearce of Chicago who forjn ny years has lbeen at thehenil of tin rutinled ndult Bi His chiRx moveuien In Ainerfca He will 8wnk on siirh t pics as The What and low of Twich r Training The Adllit flute Clnss id Its Meaning to the World Th nndny Scluxjl Or Inlll7IO l The Action Mr BlhfInPenrce U n iiiiin spiritual pow er nml will help eveiv one who has the opportunity If licni ic him IDr Palmer n Program Itiv F Pnliui H IVof Wjnona Lake Ind will hi e four periods itt Bible study Dr Pal ler will attend only a few convention its year nnd Ken tuck hits been pec llarly fortunate In securing him nt this tune IlevJ W Fn Lou general secretary of th Mississippi ndny School udIt spent of the years of his early manhood In Pull c1 He Is n v one of the most InIAmerica Out of hi addresses will be The Boy Over Foe Kentucky Speakers Amonxjhe spent re from Kentucky will be Jiidse C Urassham pt PIt dumb lion J It Weaver of Loulfl vllle jiresldint Of the state associa jtlon Uev Jeorge loplln general 811Ii if till state exiiiil o coininltttt Rev f C JelianeVor Riul TMon MrfV J VatiKhan of Ioufti and Mlits Maude II Duntv of louis lie nil tlelii work JIItl of the state rite Miss Fran t Orlgsby of itilKvllle otlce sets rotary of tilt stait association Mis Xaniile Iee Frays of Louisville so fllltIkt1lofnitierliitpiidvtit oM f KentuVKy RlMe Sellout Association Itev Ityroix DP Miiil U of ttt S llit1teruIItttuttsI lhluIlbxlnil seinlnniy Loulsvlllp bile iliiiUIliii Uonuir Ldulrtvlllp ilin Assies U Klfurt of Ashhuiil ijr C J Nu rnt Jrof U vlll presliliiit ot tHe sflyrxnii toni y tsitsItiioti5rtitl nlllllulhlrll wlltl t I1 tui iuttt lni 1h ViiisriK TiiUji 11111 wnuuVrfit iuntirnJtv ti niHt whO tliollfndlnr if lti SH m wil kiTK of rue Mtul fttllCweltfrtiii Ilittfi f O t 7i 1iIC Z i i J B WEAVER- IHON at 1iilllundat AM- ICsnventtqn Bon J B Weaver of Ixjulsvllle Is the president of the Kentucky Bundi rat atJ I A liON j B WEAVEK t dumb Ky Oct 20Nov hrolile making on of the addresses at ine convention ilr Weaver Is one of the most popular men in the state and Is known to his host of Sunday School friends as Sunshine Weaver He has been elected president of the Sun day School Association more tin h than tiny one else He Is a iery busy lawyer but finds time to devote to the e Sunday School causej REV GEORGE A JOPLIN 7 Kentucky General Secretary V Speak at Sunday School Convention e Rev GeorgeA Joplin of Loniavi Ky is the general secretary of n j i L A JOPpS Kentucky Sunday School Associat anti will lit one of the speakers at the annual convention of the association to be luthtlat Paducuh Ky Oct oil MR E E BELL Chairman of General Committee of Sunday School Convention Mr K B IkH of Iatlucab Kyis he rlinirujan of tin treneml committee that making HrrnuuementR for the Al M 1 EsfltLIp Me iiiitiHilon of the Kentucky S Asikclalb n Hint will meet t ltlhVlSIiI 11I Ifrl ut li4XI 1nSliii ii itun utnil xvtio tire Inter 1 1l11 SiiLxilx null the Ilreal irk ln uP MlliK Iran as a Cleaner Pew people seem to know the Talus of dry bran for cleaning purposes writes a correspondent of Good House keeping I have kept avery light vaT TeaubTbran Rub the spots harder vthaa the rest then brush It all oft Interests In 1838 A power has risen up In the govern ment greater than the people them selves consisting of many audi y all ous and powerful Interests combined Into one mass and held together by the cohesive power of the tait sur plus in the banks John C Calaoun IbewUlI like the compass ot a skip where it U1elcUedfrectl tilertat r IiL 7 WAS CHEERFUL AND RESIGNED Entertaining Event That Dispelled thn live With Which Alflernon Was Afflicted I How do you like this weather Al J gotIIf badjJj jnom Impartially nyol ting de good Lod likes suits me aah itIs pleasantvto find you sp ire commentedl1dr eberi rifled Algernor with a broad buttj treusbouspde ccuoa De rcaslon was de funeel bigdolntiwh le party so cheerfulan signed like I uplaode ojoartaha de does count tank you Bahtank yo Mebbe yo don know sab pursued Algernon cheerfully aa Mr Topfloor took out his lafch key to pipesIicooked ide pnrtmens dls ebenln gas mans cjonfablatln wsrd IDe now He dbrfo brung his bag 0 an I guess he gylno op erate tin de dlfent meters bnt ef he fyieltt any danger of a conflabgra Lon In de house Iutny will rimfbrm 70 shNaw York Press USE THE MODERN METHODS Preessa of Manufacturing Old Shef field Plate Hal Been Brought esUp to Date mohufacturedpresentUme articleInmerly used athinotillcopper and then sheetIewhichliecopper coat ed ion both vurtaceThe process of electroplating Is much cheaper and quicker and has superseded the old method tosuch an bythequitetsame articles In sterling silver In some parts of England the United States consul at rradeIold patterns by the electroplating process and then palm them oft on unsuspecting purchasers as genuine Voice of Conscience A western Kentucky negro was In Jail awaiting trial for stealing a calL His wife called to see him On her way out the jailer Whose name wai Grady halted her Mandy he inau red have you got 5wag a INawsway me guilty and so of cOle Taint almin to hire none Mr Grady came a voice from the sells above you tell dat nigger worn an down that to git a lawyerand gila good one tool Saturday Evening PostSThe Cat of St t aur tInSt Pauls chapel and churchyard at Broadway anoTFulton streets New York have a variety of utilities Be sides being a show place of historic Interest to the stranger they give rest sad soothing at the noon hour to many a weary worker in the big buildings which surround them Not the least of their usefulness however in the opinion of a certain majestic Thomas cat Is that they afford a place wherein be may disport himself He is an or nasaentaf WIng of rich golden hue 1beautTj1 about the premises as one who Is re sponsible for their proper upkeep and ps haughtily at mere human intru sumIdent1Tsarcophagus and curls himself up his afternoon nap His yellow forI snuggled In a nest of winding fairly Illumines the greenery andj against the memorial slabs he presents the combination of gray and gold qf which French couturleres are PO fond The verger saya Thomas belongs to some tenant in one of tho big office buildings but he 18a regular habitue IC the cbnrchT J Will Try to Outlive All OtbersI The oldest member of Parliament in the world the Hungarian deputy M Joseph Madaras who is now In his ninetyninth year Issues a denial of the statement that he Is about to ro tire into private life M Madarasz Lays that he means to retain his man date till he has completed his one hundredth year If not longer He carries a list of all the centenarians in the vworld constantly with him and marks them off an they dip He Is deter mined to outlive them all and some day to have the distinction of being the oldest man in the world j INOT THE AUSTRIAN EAGLE I Little Visitor to tho oo Knew That That Bird Has Two Heads Never try to tell anything to a boy who has gone to these modern public SC1IOOV Why those institutions of learning teach more things th it Vou ever heard of when you were yotmg that youve never ieard of since yoi were not young Heres a modern instanceVA slxyearold boy was tnkcn to tho soo last Sunday by his fortyyoars Id father They saw the acph d thor saw the monkeys t lrrw the ox Finally they got to f orlnthoioglcal collection The i urticcd an Inter esting bird In Ltj easlo cage andJb ukedV IIPapas hate Urat bird t Prpa looked atthe label and replied That ta an AustrIan eagle Gwanl said the boy it aint no such thiOgVTes It Ialtsays so In the cata logue thtcatalogue I got eyes This here bird alat got hut one head Th Austrian eagle has two heads and I mow for Ive eaw a pitcher of it on flagsP t ij1 hIIdren Cy for FI tchr4 aIIadW1IIekIaaIn ttaMW J 7 I ikaortal supervision tta IP4 o e to 4eee1T8011 IfAU Counterfeits Imitations and stagoo4 mr btVExperiments that tiIfle with and eadaager the fctsUth ef t Infants and CWldrerirExpertest agaUst Eiaerisasa T What is CASTOfclACos- torla is a harmless substitute for Csvrter IJ Pswe goric Drops and Soothing Syru ft It U iPfeMMat Jt t contains neither Opium Torpkiae mor ether Xac tio substtnce Its Is ith guarantce It setroys Weni dColicjettonnndStomach and Bowels giving healthy ant matmral lIMp The Childrens Panacea Tho 3Iotkr g Fri a d GENUINE CASTQRIA iwd4s X Bears the Signature of t I T f TheJKind You Have jywaysBoi lit 1 In Use For Over 30 Years nictnTuit c MiirT7MUM rsrmcrrMWYWHCem IV fVI A Good ExampiVI am a good exampft Mrs R tTBell of McAIester Okla of what Cardul will do for suffering women IIfII suffered with my head and back for over six years li and although II tried everything I never could get any I thing to do me good untillIf began to Wee CarduL Cardui tins surely helped mt and built me up and I am so thankful that 1 have found something that will da me good I feelisrmuch stronger and better than I Mve in a long time It is well to make up your mind before you are sIck what medicine you will take when you are sick i Iake IThe Womans Tonic w You will b glad to take it when you are tired VV erable and when life seems a weary grind It will put new mindIfm of your memory so that when you are sick you will ask forJt without thipkingIIf sick or weak get a bottle today At all druggists eTforSPtdall aV YOUWANT CARDUI That question will be asked yen almOst daily bjbnslnese men seeking your s ziceMonBANlERSness collegesCOMBINED 43 College e in 18 States International reputation WrIMMLlnrFBXIOBookkeeping Bookkeepers all over thatDraoghonsNirqra 25 to 50 per cent In work and worry Shorthand Practically all usomc- ta court reporters write the System of Shorthan Draughon Colleges teach IVhvf BeCAuse they know It telhebest 1 the taking SYMAIL i102UeoourseATCOLLAGj DRAUGHONS PRACTICAI BUSINBSCQUGEI UashviUser NeapIda KsTeaesbiWIs sek4 Physicians AdviseSthe use a gbodlaratlve keep the bOen and prevsoe tte poisons of undlgsstsd food from geulngfnto your system The latest product VELVO Laxative Lhrer Syrap partly vegetabfe gentJe reliable and a pleasant aromatic taste Velvo acts the liver welt the stomach and bowels and lad the greatest possible cCcacy aiBitJisiUaa kjeajesMtn biliousness sick headache ness cdIcllatu1uscs etc Try VF1 YE ItO 5000 BUHERFif IS FOUND j Wings Have Spread of 11J4 Inches and Has a Body Like a MOIMO Kllled Wth Art w Ixradon Jet black butterfly vii Qed at 5000 as big almost a rob in with wings measuring 11 Inches from Up to tip has been brought to London from New Guinea by ALMock an explorer In the service of Hon Walter Rothschild millionaire owner of the famous private museum In Tring Park Several new varieties ojt butterflies by fir tho largest In the world were discovered In New Qulnda by Mock II had to take up from the coal1o he says cases of pearl shell tomahawks and beads of all kinds before I could get the assistance of the natives la capturing the butterflies The natives shoot them with fourprong arroW which they use for killing birds The female giant butterflies are all black brown or white but the males are splendidly market la green and gold I brought back usel wlja me a butterfly which has a hairy se4y on account ot the Intense coldaess of the Snow mountains t IJiad a couple of Boy Mtlve hey bunters killed and eaten by New GalI nea cannibals who kindly seat aback tho bones The hairy butterfly described hy Mock now In the RethschiM eeflec Uon Is almost furry se 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