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S T iLIMj1 Ik1W L d 1 I it I t E 46 SPWBFJEU W HINJEION Tl COUNTY KENTUCKY NOVEMBER J4 1912 rIIIYIiMfI r 1 Ir tr t0 lr m Kfxs 4i t tLi j Tta GIAoUEITION t MrkcviII 271c 1Nv 17 Zw rt 4 ti Ron of fM JI e QOLMUAeW rut ift 1OR a consldcrftbl6 period pt Uli t ministry our Lord did not de 4clara Hlmselff even to HLTdljcKI L pl to bQ theMeSsIabUn dOBbtedly He chose the wiser course ySe dId however wish His disciples to 1 knoW and He approached the question kTtWbodo men fiir that I iid fl He gpL their reply Then came fit point offthe question But who spy jojthat I iiT St Pet answered b qart the Qhrist the Son of the UvfBfGod Jesus said Blessed art- JkSJjnoD aonotJonah for flesh and 4bkdhath sot wealed this unto theei4 fbut My Father which 4la W Heavens kr JAForuwJtkJe u be tY vu to xpaln to the beIovd Tw1 i1Mexperiences that Jay JMfore HIm t 7md Ria death and resurrection Doubt lJHsall of t1ie JLpos t e were dlsap pontcdf but only SL Peter bad the cQnrage to express rWtoSB notqrt tin CMtt Ittar from Thee vLdrd this shall nOt hnppdiL- D Jpbl cojirs St Peter wM opposing ih JHYaWll and Plan pjt which tie death ot Jeans jjns the yery Center or Hub To wake the matter very em t phatic Jesus tdto St Peter Get tbee ehipd ile adversary ihy words 4 savor aoVof the things of God but the things of men Then He began to make cleat 10 His followers what had not been meat In due season to tell 4 them clearly before namely that who ever desired to be His disciple mut deny himself take up his cross ntyl J follow In the footsteps of the Redeem eraHe who will faithfully lose his lIfe for Jesus sake will 11eltwm i gain the reward of life qn the spirit f plane What Shall It Profit a Man Cfod has provided a tutore life for lyV every man through the RedemptiOn ac ompllshed iJjr Jesns but only the noble of heart of character of life who will accept this great blessing through the Divinely appointed way will get it If they selfishly seek for the whole world ibe selftsbless thus developed will raake them unfit for the eternal lite For what would n man take In exchange for the loss of his Ufe Would be consider wealth or fame or name for a few years 1ntho present time worthy of exchange At profit if it were to cost him eternal glory eter J i nal life Surely not We are therefore to have in mtad that characterbnlld log absolutely essential to our at tainlng eternal life Whoever becomes a follower of the Lord mod hopes to gain the prize of everlastlnrllfe and glory on the spirit planel must come ont fully and couf- igeouiily and acknowledge Jesus and His words To be ashnind of the Truth of the pivlne Plan of what we 4nd to be the teachings of Gods Word f because It Is unpopular with men Is l to offend the Lord and to prore our elves unworthy of His favor Lo The Gre3tQeatlon The great questiop of eighteen cen j turies ago Is the great question of to day Who Is Jesus If as ome claim He waii merely a good man a most J able Teacher hen He was not tle hrl ttfor the Chrtst although was more much more To be the Christ He must have been the Man Christ Jesus who QtttfAtc behind Jlejne Himself LL cdccrwry Ransom price for all to be testified In due time I Tim othy li 6 orAha that signifies that T t lie must hay been not of ordinary birth but extraordinary born from Li above because If bOrn in the ordinary r course of nature He wpuld be like oth rot Adams sons subject to the see tesce of death and hence unable to save either Himself or others But if Ha was the Christ the Sent of God who left the glory of the Father and was made flesh that He might taste I death for every man then we behold Hto as the great Redeemer ot the world whose death was necessary as a Ransom or corresponding price to A8reth release of mankind from IM death sentence add td make pos IbLe tbq rcsnrrwtlon of Adam Iud hb race IMoretbfttlI1th4woriI Christ sig- r Biles thf AiiatiflcdiVfle Bible declares that the Anointed Lord ahnll lie the Qreat King Pwphet nnd Priest wbosf Kingdom shall ttor a thousand lSyears und shajjl destroy sin Iud all who love sin nnd HftJip nil humanity will IDa to retnrn Intoharnvony with God This Is who Jtens ix aeorJIng to tilt icrlptures the Mcsslal And His flr oat work I the gathering of a Uriut cIau to be tile Jojulhcir in Blsgto rlotw kingdonh which will be set up loon after the Elect Church shall han beea completed lby the glorious chnnge et te First UesurtiKtlon What think yc of Messiah Wh r I t 1 t tok ye of Ills invitation to becoa KInejolr MU4enlal selfRacriflce What thlak ft e hgtat reward Infcect Bile Cosls L ci A Bbfton man lost his lleg from the bHc 9t MI iaeect two years before To 0sts elr calamiti from stings and fetlM of kwects UM Bucklena Arnica BUrt poasptly to kill the poison and jMvtBt fa fla wtkfl swelling and iM n Bl b rripr belli tiken pil ij sI cuUt bntiM Only 25 cent it JakRecio-ma T 1rw TIlE NEWSLEADERj i j iSYOLXtXiNO i MM M k MMtov I SPRINGFIELD MAN ifif- II JfCaJf O Reed or Bill Reed as we knoW him is making a splendid record in the PhiIH pines After the Spanish Amen can War he was sentry Uncle Sam to the Philippines and since 1idlyMoro The Mindanano Reraldi tecentjy contained an account ofI the capture and trial of some outlaws in which Gov Reed is highly spoken of The snide follows The triall conviction and sen inJdananJqlo last week for the murder of IhelMpro Hanoi one of his followers came as aI dJstlnct shock tq the higher up among the Jolo Moros It was perhaps the mot Im portant trial that bas ten PIa t ceoceoiO the the noV Morp so rOVJnCeforj j victim wbp was merely another Ii cattle thief put because of theUU fact that for the first time in ihe1 history of Jolo and under Amenffcan rule a powerful and In11uen1 ial panglima and headman with a big following has bEen brought to trial for his misdeeds and con victed in an orderly way in thd Court of First Instance by an overwhelming array of evdence furnished by his own followers And this was done through the patient persistent effort of District Goyernor Reed whose early experience as a lawyer well fitted him to marchall the wit nesses get their stories from them and bold them in line un til they had given tHe full ac- cOunt of this atrocious murder on the witness stand The motive for the murder was the rSarioljr warrant charging him with cattle stealing might disclose the evildoings of his master nd the Panghma a firm bei jever iin the old saying tba Mdead men tell no taleq It lsl ommbn talk among his follow irS that many of his people have ben put out ofthe way in this manner by his order for knowing ipressed1itt Icla1klo jThereforeJ bad him brought to his house where be was seized and fcfe bands tied behind him This was in the afternoon and Sariol was left tied to a bench until iit became dark Then from his canopied bed where the Panglitna was accustomed J to recline with one or norei of his ten wives about him be issued the death wrrnttoa gang of his followers and direcj ted them to take Sariol down nhthe Chinese cemetery a lonely spot near the swamp and there to do him to death Inci dentally he handed anew barongs to the leader of bin baud of xeJcutinners and suggested to him to test itsqnafity on Sarl9Ierft was later returned to him afte bis victim had been chop ped to deatb with the remarkt dldlDOtdldl t sent out of the world without some slight preparation of a re ligtous character PanglmmIn J ctanan very cpnsideratjBly sent fJ for Iman Kiranya Mohammedan priest and ordered him lto accompany t the gang and read the I Koran to Sariol TlW thea11 t went down to the Chinese ceine tery and the Panglima laid back on his cushions toenjoy another pipe of opjnm a habit acquired by him in recent years That he might know promptly when the death blows had been inflicted l he directed his brotherin l law who took part in the killing to the off his gun three times as- a signal and this wag dope It seems that Sariol died bravely showing no fear After the prayers were read to him by 11touse the sharpest barong to strike the first blow and this r qnestI the witnesses t sified7 was gratified His old mother told tne story on the stand of bow she went to the cemetery after being notified of Sartors murder and how she gathered up the fragments of his body and placed them together with the head which was completely severed in coconut leaves and bore them away toj her home After the killing Irdanans IIDlannerII their work each one cia ming ai little more credijt than the other8 13avheji Ihe ha heard the story he cqmmeijdKd them highly T le witnesses aid that he ap peared to be vei 7 much pleased iThen he explai ed o lh m all that ihiv baddc ie no wrong because he bad a warrant for JSarjoll and tfadt ie was killed by order of the 0 vernor at Jolo but at tfre same tithe he advistd them to say tl at they killed Sariol bepause lJtwas trying to escape from ttcm while hey were taking him to Jolo to jail On taking the fitness stand in his own oehalf Indauan denied the stories tpld t f bis followers those who fad d me the actual I killing and claic ed that he bad merely ordered them to take aidldvaIodanat1iwas lence of upjam rfnd not responsib e for what he aid he having oked three or four pipes that dand was suffer qg witb a aver and sore yes H also calmed that it was B conspiracy ms the part pf ambitious folld a who wished o supppbim B d destroy his power If the iBupremt Court affirms ho ecidioh of t e lower cot seotenQjoff Indan n to deathit lLpbvtatevbenessIty of his j3prVjHgQUt the sentences in sev ppasesot qa le stealipg for whIch he was con cted and seu encedby the Tn i ilWard Court be having whhdra n his appeals to the Court or Pint Instance Immediately oil the close of the trial his twi sons Moro Halid and Moro Olang Utan Were brought to tr ilI for rdbbbry with homicde Ha id Is a young man of abouttwen thee years and his brother 0 ngU Lan is a little under eigh en They took It ttheiUbeads that they woulU collecta band arm baIrongsof outlawry As tI y went place to place theV IrowI their acquaIntances join them QOYsIttipv would be killed j ao they wen collecting rifles and barongs ufttil the after nqon of May 8Qth this year when they heard that their father had been u rested and taken to Jolo chur kd with the murder of SariolI Abou t sundown til sy reached the house of Moo AIdi and his wile Piiaaria Paaai i wals alone in the ho us a htrhusl aid having gone to work at som distance withItwo of hisarmed companions and laying his band op ms barong demanded of her the gun and berhUthey were collecting the gb saidI fight the Scouts who were lug after his father Indanan wbo had been ttrrested Mora Para na said that Halids manner was so threatening and that she was so weak having then in her arms lI baby only 15 days old that she could not stand up and thatshe was afraid fllid would tilt her After searching around the lious e for the gun Halid finally secured it and just then someone outside in the croed shouted Audi is comihg tI And then they tell how Addi tried to take bs gun away from Madangan who carried it out of the house and as they sti uggled together H4lid gave the order from the doorway There be sj shoot him1 Then they all commenced firing and not only was Addi killed but Maudangan their companion also Pasari thelrillepesos buttons worth 7 pesos and a kris of a vafue of 20 pesps Af ter the shooting the gang scat tered and later with the assis tance of the neighbor Addis body was brought into the house This in brief is the story of of the robbery and tthe killing as told by the witnesses sme of whom took part iia the commis sion of the crimp OlangUtan the younger brother wild looking lad Iaid to have kill Ed three or four oilier men He was one of tie first to tire atIAddi Both brothftrswere guilty as charged Halid being sentenced to the death penalty and dingUlan on account of under 18 ytts of age being given the lower penalty of life imprisonment 1n tneprjoessignjif prison ers was firiued at the Jolo jjVl and csc9rted by the SCOUT marched down on board the s earner to take them to Ziml b ansa for safe keeping Pang f limit Indfanan at the head secure 11lr handcuffed and hiatvo sous following close behind the Mo ros stood arouna wideeyed wondering what new tJhing had struck Job Apd there are other Pan hmas and other Head JotIof hard thinking just now and Governor Reed is still on the job CASTORIAiI For Infants and Children The Kind You Hays Always Bought Bears the lItlor Mr John Q Brown Stabbd Mr John Quint Brown one of ROCCeisS1ful AvelRobinson Tears of age at his home a mile qtgbtrha1knifel R O McChord attended the wounded man and does not think the wounds are serious byDeputyand brought tojjiiil here Robinson lives wiib his mother and sister a Mrs Brewer near the Brown home and isa quar relsome than often in trouble Monday afternoon his sister 17 ye oldson who lives m Dan ville was vjaiting his mother and Robertson ordered him off the place chasing him with a 1solJgbtIthe yard using abusive aid offen sive language Mr LJrown who is 70 years of cge ordered him off the place and Rolm in draw ina short bladed knife tabbed tarmIt fore further injury was done Mr Brown procured a pistol and but for the interference of young Brewer wodld have shot Robin son The trial will be h Id ut thecouct house bore as soon as Mr Brown is able to appear In courLiebaflonFaiJc u Commissioners Sale Leo R Taylor etc Plff Equity Joa Taylor etc Deft By virtue of a judgment and order pi sale of the Washington Circul court rendered at Hie fret tefnfftSWf in the above styled cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House doorin Springfield KYron MONDAY NOVEMBER 25 1912 at oclock P mt or thereabout being county court day to the highest bidder at public auction upon credit of six 12 and 18 mouths the following scribed property towit laridl1lbtstedfuWashington as follows Tract No This tract contains 123 contains 150 plesThis Rucker Filiaireau and is in the vicinity pf Manton The improvements are fairly good a considerable body p timberIs included in these tracts IThe above tracts of land will be offered separately and then as a Whole modeywillbe For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearinglegalpaid and Having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms C F BOSLEY M e W CC I 1i iaTn I Farmers Tobacco Warehouse Company 11 I INCORPORATE I SPRINGFIELD KY I V If you want the very highest market price bring your tobacco to us t LET US TELL YOU OUR SECRET f We have iin our employl a large force of experienced warehousemen who are familiariwith ali the branches of ihfi business I thiqughoutthe Ianti is familiar wi h all types and grades of tobacco and boosts eve basket of tobacco to make it bringits market vajue I Every basket of tobacco entrusted to our care is carefully assorted d packed by experienced mengo as to make it ow to the advantage Skilled packing and handling enables ur to guarantee to the buyers every pound of tobacco that is put on aur thereby guaranteeing tothe seller the highest prices We have a llarge and efficent office force which enables us to pay sales as fast as the tobacco is sold so M to avoid the long wait and confusion that he will tind at other places This IS 11beat and why we have positively lead them all laleaII SPRINGFIELD IS TOE MARKET FARMERS lOUSE IS TOE PLACE So keep this iin mind when you load your tobacco for marketand drive straight tlJ the rmsrVarehuse whIch IS open NI t ffA yand where 1 you WIll always find firstclass SE rvice and best acomodatIons Our m lUke tWill o bn about ISceinber 1st with the strongoscQrf buyers 1n Ken Ituc4Y represeptiig all the leading tobacco companies of the world VIZ The Ameri aD Tobacco Co Liggett Mve s 1obaCcoOrItish AmerIcan Tobrcco Co R A Patterson rubaLco Co J P Taylor Co R J Reynolds Tobthc Co G O Tuck Co and uIany mniieiii1dbt brokers This is a fact that Is true pf none of our neighboring markets as Springfield is an establisKied market and all the largo companies have placed their here WeVrespectfully solicit your patronage and hi view of the foregoing facts it s to your interest as well as ours to remember the WAREHOUSE Springfield Ky 1 fnterestIITbe house that positively lead them all by over thijee h hundred thousand pounds t f a t I BOBLITT BlSlfOP o STUKujywiNr The Farmers Friend and the Men Who Do Things fl j fI Ji S Ei5w 1 eaj r rv1 f ftft 4 RoyuitDaidngPoder 4iimPL I The Woman Makes the Bo e rt b piakfestbes who looking after ttculiriarjr dejpartfaeriti turns her back mohite i ly upon imhealthfiil or evijn suspiciouc Jbod accessories esiiteconoiMcal iht Jmowi that true economy does not const in the 4j ofiiferior meat flour or lkig poWder Shi is an earnest advocate pf home mack both baked food and has projved the truth of th statements of expert that the bsccckj ing in the world today a dooe with R d Baking Powder i T R Willing to Try Ag ln Oyster Bay N If Nov 9r t In a qonCrence wfth AleVgndr More the Piits urgBaltiSfcose editor CoLRooseyelt todiv gave assuranc jhathe proptjsed to keep in touch with the Prpgres sire partys atf irp While he tdt not fefuse lo assume liili t the Progressives insist OPbri the present however rt ine Colonel wants to rest Moore lunched with the Col onelat Sagamore Hill and told he Uoloielthat the Penrlsflvan ia ProgresjivesiajBi immensely tickled aver the result of c the Keystone JSkter election and that they will keppthair orgJnizI tion going for th congressional aghtin Sfrtr JFor thefirstlrme since tys return from Chicago to rgsover from the gullet wound Coi Roosovult tody went borsebadkr- ld1n The exPresident oc copied brtjaMlf in the morning with dic frtglletters touchinK upqn th9 future of the Progres sive patty Jhe YtutKs Cdmpahipnz WJajlow TranspalCJy and Calender fir 1913 IhepnblishracfTdetouths Companion will as always at this season present to eVery subscriber whose subscription 200J is paid for3913 a beautiful sou venir This year it takes the unique fprm of a Jffindow Trans parency to tie hung intiheiWinr dpw or in front of lighted lamp Through it the lIght shines as through the stained gUtas of a cathedral window softly illami Jnating the designa figure of Autumn laden with fruita and all around wreathed fn purple clusters of grapes and green foliage is thd circle of the months It Iisth most attrac live gift ever sent Co Companion udders Commissioners Sale Mrs Nannl MulHcanEbcecutrix Plff of J Bo Mullfcan vs Equity- P s Carrico etc Pits By virtue of Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term 191i in the above styled cause for lie sum IStO with interest at the rate cf six per centum jerannumfrom the 26th day of March 1912 until paid Ishahl proceed to offer for sale at the vourt House doorin pringfieid Ky on MONDAY NOVEMBER 25 1912 at 1 oclock p m prthereabout being County Court days to the highest bid der at Public Auctiqn upon a creditS of sir months the following property towit A certain tract of land lying in Washington county Ky on the Snrihgfleld and St Mays turnpike about S 12 miles from SPPsgft 1dradI JoiniDKthe lands of John Mrs Carrico and containing 15 acres 3 roods andO poles For the purchaserlce thapurchawr or purebasers with approytd pecurjQr orBureti i must execute bond bearing legal mterett from date of sale inithl I paid and having the force and effectof a judgment BWd rs willbe prsps to comply promptly with these ti-C F BOSEEY Mja w aa FOR SALEB turoo ersyu- Oat of tia very but breIwl at f fdrmlrspl1ceao F S1Msyw5Jr j irwv iI 1SUBSCRIP1o L lI 5 LL AS4R- t t ilL1t FORMER ttn4Gov pdlesTract j the Shoots and Kill WtThuiKinflHir r a liirglarjj Samuel Bra Ifna farmer rs siding nthe OQthaat rn see tion of thc itry About szCmites from BrtilbrdaviHe last Thursday night mistook hui w ife fyr a burglar anil Jihot her inflicting a ifQijiadrth tfe iilJed lin her de th Ihe next day at noon A little babe f urmonilisIold survives The fui ejr ls r vices were held Batnrdi IftIi j jthei 1j Casey county Since the upfor Innate cccurence he bIiIt1lhorsdaoclock after the family bad r retired Mr Brown was awake ed brthe tfoi ilof Sfd5orcTo ing Believing tbat burglarbad en tered the honae he reached un den his pillow drewthipistoil jand flred towajrd the door The Iwasroom where she bad gone for a glass of water The shot enter ed the stomach When Mr t i Brown fired Mrs Brown ran taward the bed and the man srtUl thinking her ao intrikder snptr gain The second abot i how ever din t take effect Jhy sician were hurrudiygiiaamoa eLbut their efforts m caTAthe woman a life were wJthoHjayali IMrs Br bwnwaa 28yearkvof bHundleywas married to Mr Brow who is aUo23yeargofaferyearot so ago Mr Brows bM nasa living on eveladIeseCsfsr1 nnd iis highly regarded by iup who live ln the coiiiipiaUy iLebanon iJntqrpriAe j tlr The NawajMLJvW Law L One would jqdge I IsdisgSover the new poaUlJaw Mvo444I to newspapers tbafc Q ftfriMf was mad at them Tht tSj dlc + tive b cty baafilled the I tii A demands upon the J w piyini for iaformation thak w rIyi property la the par 4 IMAM ot the word pa Itiaip4y tryany otakeltaway II tbeliw hUd prortjLl pe iltis for printing f priZe fighters and irdecent or fraudulent ecsiLr wpnlB have done a public be f fits but turning oat M tlW cairn- iflon all the baalacM of a tiewi paper Is quite akin to a place of imperUent Sucifi thLa4s tdoubtful constttatioeai4ySt- liit question is M W trifiiiiIIl the courtL Ohio staeJ i I jfiWhat Make a WMM One hundred sad ttyI ie or less pf haM tad mMk d t 5ake a woaa ItajsshuMdua r Put lute it JMaHk ted tot Kfc a4 afce MAy rak aklafdom But U4i juct Whit Eteettfc Bitter lTr1tJ tIM fee bM4 jifainthag aWl cliuy lJMU WskMs I r W sa4 iiMlliatie wa tt jiMo 1etric BItsia be dpa a et wift Pe Djww Oklt Isall y hssfr sd oii csoe fliflibta Rwto 1 Mii t 4SI vr Tltt MCWStfADCR SFJHMCFIELD KYti i 1 DUMlJAr J I i ML JOSEPftPOUN I Y liter and Pibjishere- wi JIIckre ret to notice that uiai eMQnihowed a con f ifitafabte stay at home vote J IoiJsieJi a vo e w shows i afjikiVing4not a ijghi which a iuHuhvs privilege to exer uot uot as be chooses bat lsel Xdti r be CIWeHtO his sute l it icu fiiryi tie b lttOW1i toI veiy citizen the bit protection or iJ1Ji life and p Oyrty that it cu give that Is ti u slates duty h and wheraver thtre is a right 6 there tis tf corresponding duty 1 The citizen ovts to the state to aid in securing the best govern jBCt tbat can be had He is given an intellect ctpable of diatfaguisbing between what isi good and jfhttt hbddand it is bit duty tor exercise that inelleci- a a4 yote for the measures andI IlH he deems beat There is in pur judgment no man but who has some opinion as to what t men and measures are best lot the coantry and it is the citizens d ito exercise that opinion Tif hie countrys bthalf the sam as iit is biap tvto serve in time of w4r We care not as to whether a man votes Democratic or Bepabhcan or Jhisopinions and his vpt woulo agree with us brr not whet erection day comes around hi j owes to his country and state tc i t go to the election and cast his In a few days the closed bunt ing days will be out and the NImodsinay go out and hunt as- TtheyI see fit BowevQr it taight I huntingIito be practiced in years that lire to follow that it Is to the in tercet of lovers of the sport nut ir to itfdalge themselves in their favorite pastime to the extent ol slaughtering all the game this 5 ear jaaving no regard to toe hunting in the future The hard I winter last year nearly extermi nated the birds and the llest hunting this year the better I r r President Taft Las said it blunt terms that he will fil alt I appointments that he makes bt tween now and March 4th withj Republicans In this event ex t ptred commissions will be re newed for four years thus man positions ithicb Democrats ex toPected to fill rill be filled bj Republicans IntbismattI President Taft id following tbt precedenttstt by R ostvelt but disregarding the precedent set by Cleveland who look no actioi ffcn expired commissions but leftIi them to McKinley Yesterday waS a busy day in f Jfranicfortr as it was the thy sei apart for the planting of trees 01 i the ground back of the capital Speeches weremade by Governo McQreary and others Consid t er ble confusion resulted in th- pUnting tram the fact that man oPthe counties did not select th tree designated The Sugar 1 Maple was the favorite ft Jose Canalejas the Spanish Prime Minister was slain by an t anarch tat Tuesday He was re garded as one of the furcmasi nienof Spau Farm Bargain f tAy farm known as the Ever green Stock Farm cohtaiHijt obpotiSSO acres forsale at l50u- rper acre if sold this ranith Apply at once in person or letter vto Kent 0 Barber Bardstown Ky ti Rodcriin Miv Austin Coulter spent Sat- urday1 night with Mr Ollie Divni Mr and Mrs J Diyrni t spent lit Saturday with theIr son Mr Alvin Divine of Mack vWev 1 MrvEferett Faleandl tousinI M1sVaIerIa Coulterspent from E it Friday until Sunday with rela tlyee atTaylprsville and Doom 1 4 IeWv pentlt w i m t U MiM Myjiit si4 nterQf i e il hyc ug topltl top coughing Coughing lasps and tears StopitlI Coughing prepares the throat and lungs for more trouble Stop it There is nothing so bad for a cough as coughing r Stop It I Ayers Cherry Pec fond is a medicine for coughs doctorsIyears Use it As your doc jtorlf this is not good advice Unless there U daily action of the bow els poisonous products are absorbed causing headache biliousness nausea dyspepsia WellSh you would ask your constpationbyIbdcbyth J Lowell Miii rtsinger and brother Earl spent Smurday night at Whitehall Mr Lea Divine and Miss Nan ale iBlacketer attended church at Freedom last Sunday Mr Henry Thompson and faniiy Mr Elis Perkins aud ldm y hpent Sunday jfiillieiome of Moiana Derr Mrs NarcisusGurtsingerapent last week with her son TJiomas Cut inger ut this place Mr Fred Derr and wIle of Mackville are spending the weh their parents Mr and Mrs Moland Derr Mr Clarence Hays and family spent last week with Rober RileyIMr Annie Derr and child rtn spentldf Tuesdav with Ricbad Yonog and fumly ThohQ vi ho got the highest average in the monhly exami nation were Purdom Peckns Opbia Pink too HerbeitCoulte Stella Fowler Stanley Showv maker Cecil CouUerj4 Paul Par kins Hallie Sbewmaker Marjon Perkins Hanslord Hale RpSE Fowler Cecil Derr Verner Divine Tii expert medical witnesS had Just descended frourthe ptand when a re cess was announced in the criminal court and scvhe paused for a few mo mints to chat with Judge Ralph S Latshaw who dearly delIghts In twit tins the medicos Whenever I see a doctor on the stftnfl related the Judge I am forcl bly remmded of an experience when J was an assistant prosecuting attorney many years ago A storekeeper on EastNlnth street was shot by robbers when he refused to open his cash drawer Four bullets found him as their mark and when ficers arrived on the scene he was 11 Us on the floor dead to all outward appearances Doctors who had hur rled to the store took a look at him shook their heads and went away Not one of them offered to probe for tho bullets uA do you know smiled the jade to the doctor that was what saved him The storekeeper recovered and Is in business to this very d3YI He still carries the bullets them In WB head Now what would have happened to him doctor if they had probed for the bullets But by thU time the expert was B0ttv Kansaa City Journal t CHAMPION HARD LUCK STORYC 0 More Than a MIllion In G9ld Taken From Mlne the First 0ner Had Abandoned aid Sec Murray Potts of Vancouver B C bor in old Klondiker says that the cham tot hard JuCk story happened to a Tal rlend of bl who stalled claims on Su tio bur creek during the Klondike rush to The son of a powder radncfacturer pul of Hamilton Ont ho started north qui with 10000 At Sftngway be tell In cei wRh the Soapy Smith gang was re eved of most of his money and pro for eeded to Dawson He crosscut every not twelve feet and tup k holes to bed inp rock for a mile on Sulphur Creek tvvi This took a year and bo never got a too color lie as taken down with wo icurvy and spent threo months InR n hoSpital Then he r lurned HamIIton thoroughly dlgasted Liter a tm Scandinavian secured one of his t Cr claims on Sulphur Creek Mr Potts He friend had failed to go to bedrock In Isal one place mica fist being mistaken tU for the real articlo The Scandinavian Th w cnt through the Icatto actual bdset rock took out 250000 the first year y and a similar amount for several pea T sons after that Tie claim was l Vun et 39 on Sulphur one of the richest Pll In the Klondikq 0I To Write Successfyl Advertlsmcnu i No adyeJrtlMng lsu writing lliworldbeatlris annOuncement the tire time nor waiting until everything UI perfect before beginning Its malting a start somehow and writing a beRet ad the second timer through ipxpcrl enco ot shortcomings In the first an Nc doing better the second year and hit ting n good pace and getting second wind and going on and on and SJlIlasLived Wisely unu Vc lilt Felix Schweighofer the German omcdlan who died recently left M or istato valued at lOCOOOO mnrks and tIu lommentlng on the uctraordijary fact Ii me of his Biographers says He was i model citizen as veil as a grnat no orAs a citizen was contnnt to an o one of tbe great majority and had toi ib ambition to be one of the grand St lass Ho was thrifty hut his purse till fras never closed against the urciiy till ind what hedld for them was o f d- In secrecy He was not like th sifted and consequently OJlular ac ml Lots who have their regular court wl helr flatterers press agents and even 1nl scientific helpers Thy live IT ifl oti Jor and in the pV rj Jic1 fcy lur of iliasr1 Thoy enj their livec ne so thoroughly as dl wclghofer but vht remains when tmjir curtain Lzt an irsccaded is not often d million rei jtiii Influence of Clothes It is said that the average man Is be to a great extent influenced bp the kind of clothes which he wears In the ef same way as he is affected by hip en ylronment A weli ressed man will JI walk better talk better and they say let oven do better work than the man who Is carelessly dressed Therefore tho man who is ncglectful of his personal appearance Is unneat slouchy his clothes not pressed or carefully brushof ed his shoes unpolished vhis linen soiled and hiS bat dented and covered V with dust discards one of the most be potent instruments of success Perhh- aps he cannot afford to buy linen or suits made at the best tailors but be everyman can afford to be clean and In neat iff bis nc Cheese Good butter has no strong odor It Is of an even golden yellcwand has a a fine grain If slick It has not been properly handled It should never bo jE marbled In appearance there is too great proportion of moisture present hi the Jbuttcr breaks easily In this caso tc the purchaser pays Olor tho water P Cbeeso should be oLgood color dc d pending on tho variety and of fine ri grain The cheese with large air cells a Is usually not of the best quality if the fat separate from the body of tHo beese rapHly it usually indicates tlo addition of foreign fat n 1 1j OMEDY INA BOOKSTORE eer Experience In an Attempt ta Buy a Rare Work 1contributes1 ount of an ntterai 1t to buy a rare ik nbls Autornit cf the Breakfftflt ble Ollrrr VttOJlliII Holines uien us ncurSim bonk failed ThInkRvl iiJUshecli PdiItnlco k my fancy 1ns born of rcrj rthj honest and i spectablepateuU t least think oj went Into the RIOP with the vo ics and asked the Id man of the In lor What Is tbej value of these turned them 97 r carelessly jjnd d These are of no use a me tyre Jdst so m9 h waste pttpor is Is struck rai an n original way ot books mId I rarely responded cry well htm much for them then i 011tv t wberttipou rut the bnoks Into potRot and haiti d him lite le looked at me inderluRly motlerI nd Whs rc did you set utside lit tbo i prf hy t thtiiipln you were sellln I FuOST HUMANfl OF BIRDS It Only lnfalkijbut In Eating the Parrot If itates Man t Is teat tyir li Itnlthtiiiu humanI KHII Uiat lIie1i1 ot excels mpst of birds The inir t is alone among lI In takitiK rill n Its claws With sse two rlinrUcttr tlrs It makes more Iess use of tullE blch dlsUnjhilsbeH imanity from tteIit of the animal igdom1 tlw baud ud hid larynx Che monkey usis Its bunds nod the ipbaht Its trunk feeding Various Imals have a hajlt of pawing their d Rodents ba servlceabld toes the parrot Is preemluent nmonft ds In this repiid The secretary H Is said to atta k reptiles with Is and same qobservers have said at owls make par tat bee of their re arkably flexible i erching toe some Sat more than dv s a hen In scratch for food ever there Is no tier bird whkb Uberi given a piece food will acrei j Il In Its tyaws Parrots of court i do not talk as s use the word b their wild stated are not known to be Imitative of igbliiorlng sou1ui4 nor to osscs3 the liertory of the a xrklng bird It Is nrcore a quest n whether or not elr use of the cws Is largely toil uie also The sNape of the parrots iak would lndie8lb that some assist ICe In eating has ilways been a part the birds charaf erlstfcs Like man the n rrot makes Its ap aranc In tbe wtld naked and help Harpera Wkly Catleaa- At the mixed court recenUy a charge arson was preferred against a shop per whose preniises are situated In oosung road fter evidence had en adduced the accused was dls arged says the North China Dally sws His assisttint who was also fore the court ecelved six weeks iprlsonment for arelessnesa m con iction with the outbreak Met Death In Strange Fashion A curious fata accident occurred other day In northern France at oual An eng neer was trying a motor on th biplane in the shed longing to M Molneaux the avla T His mufllei caught in the pro ller and woe around the shaft ragging the tin rtunate man within ach of the bIn es Ho was scalped nd his skull tnt tured csG 44It- aatb Al to ora = LIL LiI OF 1 I Live Stock Farm Ifflplements wD J i= Household and Kitchen furniture etch i = + On the afternoon i of i TuesdayNovd 19 1910 6 MJJL sfPROMPTLY AT OCLOCK P iiwilli eH to tHe highest bidder tqY farm the U following i Three family mares not afraid ofautosj or anything else will work anywhere perfetly isate drivers are scarce dont mis this cha ceo I work horse 1mule colt 1 horse colt 1 lot ri of fat hogs 1 phaeton 1 buggy 1 farm y ag f r gariden tool lot of buggy and wgon har ess About 150 bushels corn in the cribf 1PERMS OF SALIAIlems under lQa4i 10 and 6yiron a tlocrpdit of 3 muntln bearing mteresi tram date with approved securic JWavFIIf Bookers f = SM QAMPBEIJLaAUCUiIQr i I ji L 1 J w 1w v r w = 1 r == 1T = f I4I4ib44tii nit i W j5p 1Womens1 1 Thts winter season we have a most varied stock to select from Thesty1esare pretty Iie fabrics light in weight soft in texture indVarmer than fabrics shown heretofore The prices are most attractive You willdo well to see them early i uh v Women a and Misses Coats like illiis tratipn of black astrakhan cloth 45 inches long lined throughout highbutton softttI 1crush collar silIcorna- mentfastenIng lf j9pJOlrl Astrakhan both Coat cut full length best quality lined throughout with Skin ners guaranteed satin lining large slj uvl ollars silk ornament fastenings a 2750 Btw coat special 2250 Womens and Misses Fulllength Coats of finest quality pebble cheviots black blues anid browns large storm collars deep cuff patch pocket Cf 1 O T1O DUlargebuttons25vaFueS Fulllength Coat of Engfish wide wale i womensiguaranteed silk lining coat collar deep I cuffs JlargfcVbuttons a OO Tl3000 value special POUFulllength Black Chiffon Broadcloth Coats womens and misses sizes j large shawlcollars and deep cuffs trimmed with handembroidery and silk braids I00througFulllength Coats of fine imported chiffon broadcloth 50 style womens iiand misses sizes velvet braid and self trimmed self colored and fancy linings at 2750 3250 3750 Cft7qrri4250 4500 and OU S for i i 1 R E di r new sale of k and done w a will aj nice a Os you wil tint wll d niH and wr will have meat iq that vou may jjtt full value We have to a g i to ai d we will do te to st of trial nH JXQ will g as for as you in the to you as to of our L tv Ethels Climax Little Elliot bad brontjlit np wlthn firm was IIlw1t taught to nport ntl tviR One slip mini colhlni fntnl tentfv in llor iiintlur Motlnr ll bnhii n lirir 1n the flrplmt f Will It might lit worso lii bow ion yti iK it H will your watcli IkixarSCraWhere tire yon p uu Im tin summer Rhine to lnarl wiljs III plo out Ill lowatiiii pi eIirTo lit frank It Villth And bow dovon jii lift Oh thoro ort utiur UIC iillsIt nniuix lhd sj nli vtiI tlnd of Tost So Mrs TlnlivTlity miy that Mrs is niore proper ry tliy- Mr Plmplf Ycs Yon tiitiid ltt scon litn elm xrns ijpo when slit itsirniMl 1or i owued cumuion stock t l Off Corn Vhere nrriiip inunis rin Jje Vme Whit iortiic fence such acres ns hut hUM down Ilia week or ton lays will often nny to hog uST cent limit to pithtr It uiid feed It to tin riia iitH math inl be beu an niifb 014 to jiKVnt waste of corn ami wbiii iubor N Jinrd to get If will I tilt Inixy farm irs To actt the best results ov luitUH or should be plaut tnl with lie rorii or else the hop should liavp ttlie rtin of a lepnme as vi ll us tile Save tie Manure Nolnnd so rich tlmt lIts owner can tTurd to wuxte the manure that U made his Horse horse thai b only two or tbre i timea nday Is apt to toiuch nt one ttD1e j 1 j WiMl itt a igr sJ trru irts Uail J ijigor cud rfmss soon Mt yhen tliu lIJItt cut of order Or Ub- cased trouble ha become eo y fast it is ret urcotn iJ V mot for child to lorn wit co1 ba ties 1ft rct to oftct ittb the flesh or if whi the fthild respites M when it slonld 1itLle it is yit wKk it of the thffu culty is trouble ani the fir step should c 3tr5 tc uCt 4 Li is du to ci the ot jto habit as rao cr 00 tl3 lell asia uisei able wjth Lr ivuLIe and bath need K rwaal mild and niate urt ized by JL cent and t size boWeJ V may Cii hilL ti bv 1I boat bIrSl4ortevM letters front who found In to be jitt Ui tj t Co Binglminton1IN Y be this paper l1 ut the Dr and the address WV on iyerv tIWomens and Misses fufl J like illustration made of batt cloth blue and cuffs with gray diIup high 2000 f J j specialq7LuJohnny foEeVfomen 45 andl 48 long XtUruiK L and blues tani to grays and reds soft 7 12special J Kfcrsey fulllengthY 5wom h with 1 longroll and cuffs of J xnedwjtlv flat si1k coat lined lt 50165bValue f Broadcloth womensand full length i with Iong roll and cuffs t 1sFulllgth and miss es of imported qlievipts navy bJiie and cuffs and bade tigereye buttontrimScoat lined throughout ul special SVelvet and Velour full Jlength and 80 new styles iand selflined and cuffs at4S7JJO Oaridr1k el r 1IIII 1 1TbaGGoI Warehouse ff 1 I LEBANON INCORPORATED KENTUCKY 4t 5l A6vJ IIf I IV Daily Auction Sales WpRejecifam Pees ALL TOBACCO CAREfULlY GRADED BY EXPERT UANDLERS I liiIIiliiIIiiI Oir warehouse loose leaf rearing conploiion when hive unywhtro light situated good expuneticed grfde tibaccp or rlLtrjl11of expense give Marian a ioosaleaf Idlr jn our poivsr proecji pttron Give mia anrwlraImuch money your canSHit anywhere I Bring your tobacco the Lebanon Market this gear II tWe will advise opening salcJ LieCOMPXE Manager liendttieil Irmlltf nftiTiiinn enrtlulUI ICtUvIV- potintltHl Interesting Tiu KllrjrlKtli WbvflloyoH IwrtnnH tttsrI NinvHift VTIigar Nontirlrh lifmnifim Itulord niortliUHl inrliitp liiwlinml rilirondzlr Hoggin mndivte Cutit nitlipr iings- i1xj biiveMiovn tbis tMiiniiilcil condllions iftiujrivally Kluipllfy proliioius IovviHas pasture letvtnisto corutleld furmBtock Watering watered flrini = 1vIiLw = Piw F r TAXESS MUST 8E PA10 By December 1st After that time the tIPenalty will baddeJto f all unpaid tiit j Pay now and Save Mon ANDERStNS P L4igLt Ksy Bbfltr theziac U9anbitiQit ehicenii- t4f ljV ditAppti 11il1FtC y1r kidneys fis4 prevalent v a i L1h cJicted i nlt1unnatCs uriue5calt age tecohtroltb afflicted bedl we- ttingan1enduci thccauie kidney tiesei1npotin r ikii1lerr1trouble tassed comlititJn kidneys ami bladder a t pecic Women tkidney c r jiMsat The i ciFeetnl SwampRoot Itltaold druggist n bottle pc1iiet IlenlwonISwampRoot Including many thetbonsands t inoulal received sufferer SvauipRoot remedyneedcd z Killnett mention Jjortt mhtake rcnieuiber name SwampRoot jjiugbamton hoftle NITR7 CLUBI Coats length collar navy edged value canoe button I Coats misses audil juniors inches plain colors browns 4high button crush pl Black Coats 8and tisses large collars deep velvet trim braids i Black Coati misses sizes large square collars shawl 1 Coats woihen finest brown black urge collars fancy med with colOred linings COats 3250 1 womens misses sizes handembroidery brocaded velvet band collars IIl YOUNG I frthe tobadcc house joqr I market ythin gonli tht1lri ever cuanly Itvtyu tonnqco State later exact date llnrperH Iltiatnit Tinkb IiCcey Kidney vritijjjDr KUmers brown ARROW and All11 lo XV Iee1Liried 3fIOTSHElLS c n tcctiztaagos11 Each and Every OneaSp dSWI The speed that breaks our targets wdie trap Thats why KtimngtunUMC Steel LIM4 Shell have won 13l out of the IS HM eH h4isthe tad three years t The ipeed that etthatmnetd8 k wJA s Atttir f Ieadthat why it takes over OM dMltr U IwMvt fcmMMi for Remington UMC Steel Lined Shell The Shooting fraternity r speed wJw TbtrkiMW to Mt tmokeleif powder wont drive hot They bow tiC As tkiT depends on the compresdoa Ebb powder charge iia RmttsUMCsheik IIr1e j is steel This lining Is deslaed to jive the exact iSpMiim necessary to send thsu load to the mark jyskkeet It ssea- sspeedthe sainej speed la avery shell liningiaoistureproooJmpssjtiIrJar i k 4 shoot KemtnrtonUMC Arrow u4 Nitro CM 9M4 LM itctoir loaded skills for Speed pies ftMr te sal IMM i- TRemin ArwUttioo M 4ilic CartriJi Co 9areawq a s ycf c f SISS p IJ 7 MPG TI BURTON J t t IDrNT gTliAIIWurkrGuaranteed FHONElQ2it 1 J9T10gLhg8u HIOCkUpSLMr5- J1Jfc t rRIiF1ELDKYJ iiiystii11 and Surgeon 0fficelfburs 8io 9amj 1 to 2 pm Offices over Haydonra JtJwigstor WFvGRIGSBY 4 1r ATTOREY At LJW Ut11e or II6 s 1t1NUYiLDt i I pMW HYATT Office over Rod Cross Urue Store Offlco hours H all lOc wo12w4to5 pm 1Z iMcWILlIAMSJ Jit I tj ANptar 1urnicai qi WILLISBURC KY l t Depositions a Specialty jt J Y HAYES S P YEAGER I i lMAYIS CV EAGER Funeral Directors t and Embalmers TELEPHONEi DAY 10 NIGHT 74 SPRNCJFlELD Klf fhR fjP P TRUSTY h fl PRACTICALp r DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber i I Pentar work reasonable prices N l work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY 4 TREES j l FhiJt andd Ornamental I Shrubs Asperagus Rhubarb f Peonies Rosest Phlox etc- 4Growers of wat we sell FreeR C Catalog No Agents v i JKHiileninejer8Sons Lexiaelon Ky cJL i i SPIRITISM SAID l TO BE DEMO NISM t = i A most Interestlns little brochure 2 has recently come off tile press settina 3 forth with Bible proofs that the com munications received by and through eSpiritist Mediums is of Demon origin The writer tmcjcs his subject through the Scriptures from the time when certain of the holy impels became ills obedient He proe3 from the Scrlp I tures that these fallen spirits per onate the humaa dead with whoso past history spfribC though Invisible 1 are thoroughly mtjuulntetl lie shows that thy also frequently person lItf the Creator nrid the Redeemer commanding their deceived ones to rvrny do penance etc This however Is merely to lend them on and to bring them more thoroughly under demohP cIt 1cal control Sometimes by breaking down the natnra1 barrier the human 1 will thpy possess their victim and rule Jr more or less to ills ruln frequenti l ly sending such to the mndhoiiPft 1iNumerous Illustration Scriptural and ptherwls are Divert Time price of the lIttle bo6k la htiLknlcent it should be In the Jiandn 9f hll intonated ii jj Splrltl3mr or who have frond Inter ested therein nIt live tw rent stamps to the BillIe and Tract Society Ij 17 Hicks street Urooklyn NT 1 Same Symptoms Thee tlln ouid of revelry by idght The Bloggusea wire giving a party Mr Illoggii just obIIgt1 wrh the touchIng bnllnd Th IovThiit Make the World Go Ituund and latetjt Blogjcs THIzrU the inmrtunlty to snwili behind n stniH with Till hcr jilpe olrservcdjthatpallId his eyes Ktoml miU Cried Mrs Blmgs- Gnudimesi iIMKl Wll8tm4 the tun tec I u 1I1t jHa littu smoking WIllli fvviily hwu lf hIs head TuI ttlhtr ujsu he ropllpd nn trntMnilyl If lls trup what fntuera- fcttif sUtpln nlftmt 11 cjiist LeIu f 10Ve llKldOH rMMViVFK Tnt Nobla British Cum At n local iiuitili tin tifst of Hinpn loll ttviicr Jrt bIU cttjeCdt fwaIIhiz t IIII1IDl PrtJ1s sliiajj x full hljitr gjmve txhlhttiou o f hu crirkett ouRhl not ttff llet pinyitl At liist out of themiuure pj Hrtldent than ile irfpn made d hit that very nearly re S uIt MIn n run Perlslve fohIovtilZjfrom weary Hpettnton a shout from the cKnl butilier vbo had been Impatiently waiting fur a knock Keep yer end BJIH cppycr ttd rI he yelled MJf yer git so bfoouiln rev Ie we aboil uev iff wake the worvrt London TitBit iijflii TOWN I ritfiiifi Local tifappenlns Wtiu or Intereii The Freshest and Latestc I All About YourselF Friend and Acquaintances tIHMo 41 = Foft SAL4OO Locust posts i Some end posts R LQleranits FOR SALE 75 tons BrsUclass timbthvhdy J A Boulsrnfe PARMEUS Corn in1 and spf Our T mpthy Seed bgsron tin market Tty are cheap Get our price l nDLAKE Co FqR SATEOIC power cut tinglab7 j W Tuckeri i HiglTgrade Rhode Island R dOi PuiJeitajor V salecMrg FOR SALE6 Duroc Jersey Jjoars of the very best breeding farmers prices tES Maves Jr LOST Between Springfi sld nd Joe Polins rehidense a black gauntlet glove Find r will pese return to thisoffie i Dive Bad a higjly respect ed old colored citizen died Mon day and wes buried tinS Ivos 1Tuusdayf 1 have moved to tilt Rhine I hurt property opposite Grim j Utfads Pojltry house where ria olllsewingolll NrsT Scott Mayes and Mr I Juhn A Polin the committee apj oint d to select and superintend f the planting of a tree to fepre ent Washington County in the ye3jterday I planting day there The tree selected was a white ash Mr Jack LeCompte has been appointed Manager of the Msrion County Tobacco Warehouse a Co Mr LeCompte was eng g ed in the tobacco business here last year and is a popular and hustling tobacco man who iis a familiar with every detail of the business The house is to be congratulated on securing hi See their ad in this ssue1Tue Grand Jury adjourned yesterday after returning 48 in dictments as follows Breach off the peace 7 furnishing liquor in local option territory 15 selling liquor in local option territory 7 shooting at another with intent to kill 2 false swearing shooting on public highway mayhem hog stealing 1 grand larceny 1 assault acd battery Ii public nuisance 1 disturbing religious worship 2 New Trial For Beavers The Court yesterday granted a new trial to Lawrence Beavers convicted of false swearing ont the ground of an error in failing to arraign the defendant Dedication of New Church On Sunday Nov J7 1912 the Methodist church in Springfield Ky will be formally dedicated to the worship of God by Rev E G B Mann D bthe ser vice beginning at ham You are invited Dinner will be served on the lot at rear of church Rev T J WADE Tax Appeal Dismissed In the tax cases against a large number of ashingtonII county ci izens Judge Thurman dismissed the appeal taken in 1 1hisasesi Gets Good Position IMr Roderick L Wharton has landed a goody position in the city of Louisville Rod had been employed in the city for some time and has tbepft making goodI ever since be went there Hit has now been appointed at goqd salary as Draughtsman in the city assessors office in Louis ttio The position IS a emiA wjone aid we have no doubt bu J Uwt Rod will fill it in the best tnauinr pbssibe We extend you a cordial invitation to view out line pT tailored hats pretty untrim med shapes in beavers and1 vcleours j ELLEN WATHEN fiM 1TOP1GS11 S j Tmt V MANNING DENTIST SPRINGFIELD KY Offices over McElniy Shaders grocery PlirtnE 234- HoursSvtol2lio4v t r tNewChurcht The rew M E Church South here t ill he dedicated Sunday Nov 17 with Di Mnn of Lpx fngton officiating There will qute a umberof visiiintr clerg men timid a Inrgo crowd isII expected pinner will be served rheatre1Evervbodyt attend and those who can are re i quested to bring well filkdj baskets Special music hits been provided for the occasion MattinglyRigg Mr G iR Riggs aid Miss riedfIr patties were from Mantm county and f groom is a bind man j larksonMuddS The ban s of mitritnpny wore tin unceA Sunday at St Rose MisslMattre ParrottSimms Mr Michael Simms and Sadie Parrott were MisI l Dnmmics this morning at 5 Hennessyjattendants were Le Carrico and Ben P Simms Jr The ushers were Richard Kelly and Richard Spalding Immediately following the ceremony they left for a hort bridal trip The groom is son of Mr and Mrs Ben oF Simms and is an industrious young man who stands high in public estimation The bride is daughter of Mrs Willie Par rott and the late Lee Parrott She is an unusuallyattractive young lady with a host Of friends Both are members of old and prominent families and have the oest wishes oT many friends Farm Bargain My farm known as the Evergreen Stock Farm containhg about 350 acres fcr mal2 at15 00 per acre if sold this month Apply at once in person or letter 10KenlUa d BarberII Tax Notice y It will bp my duty oft Decem ber 1st to lurn over to the Coun ty Clerk a list of all delinquent tax payers in the Sprngfield Graded School District arid a tax warrant will he sued against everv delinquent on that date If you have not paid your tax please give it your undivided attentionand save us all trouhle + G d WHARTON Treasurer Notice All parties indebted to the firm ofBarmon Fbster for sawing or who may become indebted to said firm are hfeeby notified not to piy the same until further notice John Foster iYOU WANT THIS SMALL FARM Containing about 25J acres lv msrinthe subburbs of Spring Qeiil This prbrertj fronts 211 feet on Lebanon street an ad mifably located for building sites Th vj arm land adjoining ken it the desirablei most jjrppery in many respects ever offered for salem Springfield 1Will sell on- SATURUAY KOV 16 1912 at 200 oclock p m Terms made UnoWa on day ofr sale WA and R A WA- TERSCASTOR I APor Infants and Children Tlii Kind You Have Always BMgnl Bears the 5tf t- SJpatvo of 5k ililPERa N t 1Mr D R Ltv t f P WIt neInd is the guest fr relI ajivcs here II i11aS Mabol r Price Jefi this morning for her hcme InlNew rie1dAhEleMr S A Ku5sqllofiibanon4 ws here in Court yeatoraay Jijr and Mrs John Wl Tjewis areiji rLouisville this week f MisFl M Martin aid Mrs L M Gregory are visit ig rela tives at paiiviUe IR A JcCabe was ini Louis ville Saturday und SunJayx Mr W L Cambronj if New Pop was here yeaterdj Mrs 13veret Oust i and daughters of Harrld bl nr are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John Y Miyes 1 Mr Phil Board of Harrods burg wai hire yesterday iMr w GBuck n er Jib yeba lieu was here yesterday on business J Mr and Mrs W F Grigsby spent Sunday in Chap j Mr E M Hudin of anvile was hereyesterday1 If Mrs Kate William is in Louisville MissMdrgirtH Edtjen who attends school at St CJ th rines Ijs with her aan Ms OarrTo JEJfcleq II- Mr J L Simmsof akehn is the guest of his ma e Mrs 11NIiDDleMiss Ne lie Simms i spending a few days withiM ss Sarah ONau j Ij Mrs F E Kuhn adau hterlBarbara of Nashvi e are attending the Par wedding today ottsimms1 Wm Goleman spen 1Mrs few davs in Lou sville Mrs John F Simi a and Mrs J C Willett were n Lebanon MondaySMrs Nannie Simnjjs and Mrs T W Simms Sr wre in Leb atO friday MrrSherman otO incmuati is Visiting friends here II Dr and Mrs M W Hyatt and iI children spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J R Durrett JeffersonIIvHlp has returned fro n a visit to riends in Winches lr ii Mrs 1 A SpitE Itjg of Buds own is vjsitn lier mother Irs Ben HaydonTr who is illl Mr Adolph Herflein of LouisI yule is here for dfw days b11Mr W W Sliding of L anon was here Tudaday Mrs WV SU fert returned te L uisyiMe tuluj IMr JuhnR WH hen of Leb was here rif sday Mr S J An ergon was in Bardstown TyesdiMiss Willie R iby of Mack yille was in towi Tuesday J Mrs Amanda aster who has been ill is imo ng 1MMrs Alice M Elroy will en tertain a numbe of friends this I afternoon Mr M lL Lea man Jr baq aCceped a po lion with the First National Bank or thisI place Mitt is v Ml qualififd toI 1fill the place tw ng a grnduato of the Bowling reen Business College MPs W H thaws of Glasgow is the gun of her parents Mr and Mrs WiO McUhord Corhmissipners Sale pIIL Ida EtheJint0n mrx etc Plffs EquityI taIof sale of the Vshington Circuit Court rendered a the October term 1912 in above styli d cause I shall pro ceed to offer for ile upon the premi ses near Willisbur Ky on 1912Ihighest bidde at public auction upon a fOllowingA certain tra t or parcel ot land lying and being ifl Washington county Ky near Willisfftirg on the Willisburg and Chaplin tur pike containing 69 84 landlying09 34 acres and jfeontaining 510 of an propertyhaving neighborhood For the purch so price Jhe purchaser or purchasers ith approved security bearinglegalpaid and having the force and effect of pasedto 1Ccp a P Commissioners Sale L WtGoode Admrs etc Put vs Equity NWVard guard etc bits By virtue of a Judgment aiid order of sale of the Washington Cire t Court rendered at the Oct term 19j2 in the above styled cause I shall proceed to otter for sale necfE5sj SATURDAYj NOV 2t 1912 UhighestthellowingInWashington DrDebo ofToTIand contains 100 seres more or less stockbarnandThis farm is llocated within Jess than isflis1general farming purchasersWith interestfromhavingtheBidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms F BOSLEY MC W CCI IlPublic Sale and Renting As Admiristratrix of the estate of the lae Thomas A Tatum I will at the reidince of th late Tnoinas A Tatura near Valley Bill Washington county Ky onI Thursday November 21 1912 At One Oclock pm offer for sale at public ouorv to the highest and best bidder tli following personal property toit Ten shoats twpntone phs three fat hogs two and fourteen pigs one owsI mare all the poultry on hand household and kitchen furniturei far a ing implements and one Jo of corn tl IAt the sung tirao and place will also rentmyI OUSP garden and pasture lots I will reserve one room in the rcnidence andj brokeDII in a Rood nei hucrliood Terms made known on day ofI sale Mrs Janie Tatum Admrx of T A Tatum Farm Bargain My farm kiown as ihe Evei green Stock Farm containing about 250 acres for sale at 1500 per acre if old tins month Apply at once in persor or lette to Kent 0 Barber Bardstqwn Ky AiHusbOfifI is too important a matter for a ito be handicapped by weakness badj blood or foul breath Avoid these kill hopes by taking Dr KingLife Pills New strength fine compaction purI breath cheerful spirits things that win menfollow their use Easy safei ures 2oc at Haydon Robertson Doutle His Assessment Would you inquires tho lreera wood Journal Rive the deaf verdict If you were on the Jury who for damages because he al IlssuI1l1 he Id paying for preaching ao hear- Personalty wed be Inclined to render a verdict after the fashion of the Immortal Paddy Dlvvcr As the stor goes a royal henchman of the clan named Danny was arrested for an cia tbuslautlc and successful assault an Innocent third party It was before election and Danny sent for his leader Time leader heard Dannys stor and went to see Paddy Dlvver said I wish youd be 1Judgebe lies a good fellow us a lot In tho election All right said Paddy Ill glvo him thirty days But that will keep him In Jail over the election tho leader protested H said PtiJdy Imean tho plaintiff As to Discipline The young teacher should learn and the older teacher remember that for every teacher that falls on account of lax discipline there Is another who falls on account of overgoveramen t Some teachers assume tho same alt t tude as the policeman who found two men talking on the street corner and ordered them to move on as them 0 was an ordinance prohibiting crowds gathering on the streets Ono man re monstrated saying that two did not 1mnakoif I say so answered tho policeman A teacher who assumes that whatever he says is law and It Is law he says It Is making a sad mistake When the pupils nave a definite aim to do and the teacher baa a definil- oaim in what ho does there will be a time nor occasion to maintain o der It will maintain Itself Mis souri School Journal Cure for Pneumonia take six large onions chop them fine and put to a pan over too lire then add the same quantity of rye meal and vinegar enough to make a itthickifmmor for about ton minutes Then put in a llargo rotton bag and apply the chest as hot as can be borne n ten minutes apply another By ro- cheating the poultices continue for a feW hours The ptlent wlll beimUCis isimnpr9vedare sufficient A Continued Effort Mrs Regstaff iJld your 1 sband- ever try his hand at sustained Gc tlont Map PrcoDumDld ho For leas ten years hes bees trying tot make me believe bei JUtes my cpofc hIl III J MERODEi WNDERWEABi1 1 II This brandof Underwear is too well known for tisj ZIi take up space telling you about To ue it once le toIIto want it evaraf terwards can find full line ofthe gopulay styles in Vo IIou Childrens garments at this store ROBERTSON tKYBnOOKECOi I II 1NCORPORAPDS IOflD 19 J z W1i59 jfiiii 0 Tirjnurt By Long nrrr fall from a secondstory WindOWJ bf her house In Philadelphia did little more than Jar an aged lady tM other day When members of tho family reached her side they found that she Ihnd sustained only a few bruises A doctor sold no bones were broken and that she would be about again In a day or so She was leaning from the bathroom window when she lost her balance and fell to the yard British Moving Picture Theatersi There are now over 4000 moving picture theaters In Great Britain and Ireland Fully 5000000 is said to bo nvested in the provisten and work ing of halls alone and over 32000 peo plo are eiuployed This leaves out of auxiliaryrindustry A total 2000000 people represents approxl natelythe dally audience of these pro ure shows Petruchloa Character anvery honest fellow who speaks hardly a word of truth and succeeds in alt hls tricks and Impostures He acts his assumed character to the life wjtu the most fantastical extraraganne with complete presence of mind with untired animal spirit and without pnrtlcle of ill humor from beginning u cndWllllam Hazlltt Uses of Vanity An excess of vanity brings ridicule i upon Its possessor just as an utter lack of It Inspires contempt in the thejthe power to modify and reline exces vanity Into wholesome elevat IIIIVO nrM tf yHIltory Repeats Itself INot long since a restaurant wu started on Tenth street Just north of Market It was called tho rfap leon Itand the name was on tho window In large letters When th3 place failed ynot long after starting some cruel wag chalked under the word Napo Icon at WatcrlooPlttsbur Dispatch Grandfather Holds the RecordI Thie has been much progress of course but still we dourt If tho man who licks up the ground youngjj sixcylinder snorter thinks any of himself than did his sturdy father who could make four yokes bl oxen perform In front of a big load ofi freight out of old JCffersoUUalves- ton News Searches for Burled A Countess who lives carrying on a search for Treasuroff ure She found In her manuscript wherein treasure burial in her sections given for the excavations Spiritualist is said to have AI the countess that the words of manuscript are true Domestic Repactcc 0Yon will remember said she haughtily that you proposed ito me four times before I consented to mar i etyyou You wouldnt take no for an answer I remember he replied rsndly It eeems to me that every time you have changqd youm1nd 1te got the worst of ItP INoisy Rest Mrs Isaac L RIcej who has done so much to diminish New Yorks ndlees said nl recent antinoise address I congratulate hose New York hoe 0tels that have sabstltuted lights for bells A llghtjjbu know flashes up beneath a room number In BUmigon Ing servants that Is Quito as efflcacloua while It ever much less noisy than the UngallngaJlng of an electric bolLLHotels need such devices You S ofthattyplca117holsy asked u IB It an uptodate place TJptodteT Rktherl was at friends reply Thor bring youevory night a sleepjnjr pow45futb youOce weter r r WJ IfJ IfJFNfi 0 ST if s IH N E I RECEIVED DAILY gNYI I r 4 i j IIIt f I BENEDELTLQQPRI3StJ I 111 I J c tL1 Tiri I ReliahlalldCollipreheusiYeTeephoRe er ice Is necessary to condQct succeaZuil a btisineas enterprise The CberIland Telephone pd TelegrUh Compnnygiyes you a universal service haSis local conrecUons with aU citizens in your town and Loag Dli pnce on n ctions to hIt outside important cities and towns You get exoetly what J yiu pay for Call our Manager for further information The demand i not for cheap telephone aervice2but for reliable and comprehensive tiephone setvke If ICUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPHlCOIIP4NY incorporated r itUt J F DANEEHOLD Pres and Treas JP DANNEHOLD Jn VicePresident I IMain Street Tobacco Warehou Go i INCORPORATED L t MAIN vSTREET flOUEr tfC IINDEPENDENT 4 S DANNENHQLD CO Propri lr92325 Y Main Street bet 9th and 10th LOUSLLE KY Storage Four Months Free of Chart1 0f Best Light in City AuctionSte DIIyI 4 IBest Inspection Returns Proaptlf lC d Mark Your fcog3heatIsrMAIN STREET HbUSSV SPECIAL NOtICE t6 THE TOBACCO GROWERS Th ifW Fhave not yet receive4 those valuable certificates should wtltt at ice W J the MainStreet yarebpase Company r 444 9 yFARM FoRsALE7Ir i t About 50 lAcres J 1 4 Situated about 1S miles frdin Fairfield Netaoa emtr m a public road There Is about 60 acres of good tte JeW farm after bQjng lare There is some tine whItk ts asd lather timber suitable for building purposes A gio asd 4spring n good porUoiof t1o felking Is w0vepW1fe ftUa1Ma t I post ThereiS about 60 acres suitable to roa corn sbiusu year balance ef cleared land sown In grafes Thee k hiMI isJ this farm Eutplonty of Umber for buildlnpimrpoetf Twpsrrs can ou EB WELLS or HAUY WELI4 r f I r r rI c i StttEW0 LUttlMESS WOMAN r Mrs rFvMC f4I Wf if New YWlC HH 5 as wsssulu Is fURUllat Ji ISIAMrIs5 Dfir r uuuIrs Trttk am Ori y MAM stmm a4 psSssas that dally= s MW utriM to kaadry la ssr s4r Mrs Tramk Wag 4iksg dt e JIIewer7 mr oa is j MISMtii iJMrteaa dolL Ws ttMt ar MtisMUA already to sa late ts osndi s Mi HlBff wJM Si a las sp claaen of MM CfcUsss aatrea 9t middle ae Is MHiah mCnt ot tile most rQ1 attswMl t7j4 fh Iis an voeat I Mr MrtHr traMM w4 Points eOfli xfcb jfc tfci Mtto of the tUIW MtViMiMflibiy la graatlng suffragea hrf aisUrs U Ctoav toI TMr hit Cklm kvslaew woman iIa K V YKk city aai probably in this q eeutry MM to tke United States ely twa ytan ago cjmlckly acquired a 1ln owle fe of the English pL ad by reason of her fine apUteffor Business was speedily ell erafei by Mr husband to take full f chare ef the aundry Mrs Wag reeelvM the laundry pack ajta giyas Ml tie eileen receives tlM BMMT Jjtke bills and hex husj Wtt4 staafe ov r tk washtub and sash Ute Mw Iaa rear rpom asa aIMSdbyaa1typaiet4IoL last afWr MrsI Ring aseumed 7 fcarj Sf tke VstatM she began to hi aa4 sll jtoebWkknd cloWng1 I lateIWe U ta a ffytcanpe son enter tofT tM laaairy to part with wearing ajjaMlih artsr to rain money to tat aa4 U fay for a sights lodging l ts Kar e tktM cost from tht large MirlMttlacreM the street In all stk trauactlem Mrs Hlng takes ad- + Uof ttelr plight with Chinese tCVMiaf aaa pta fora trifling cost i jfirimtt That art renovated and aft r I trmhl atia at a BC prbflt NtwTork SU XtraM iwiAu LESSON IN ETIQUETTE frtVcWy Mickey them Stretched the Truth fcut the Len Must HaVt teen Driven i Hett f 73kra Mickey ffaea lOt Into p JUaT politics la New York he TamI M Q fte Toledo Then he became a pss la the United States senate Tfeavk cam to New York and bel ke ps7 ktna That tort of an edu sharpiLtor a sort of physical repartee tIr 2 lft last aiamxn rsald a rTIHt only room he could find iii UM resort wan a doublebedded one aad aaoUiar man had already con a trattoi for the other bed In the 3 MnHifclCr kea rolled over with a al epy grant wakened slowly and J thet yVtrti itf horror into the mirror He eMlt him roommate sharpening t a Mt af yellow teeth with Mr Sheas j awn etJalilnuJaIJ1ae aofnlnf shipmate laid the I cffMter when Mr Shea finally llsi1 M ot of bed TPnw for you said Mr Shea heartily HI proceeded slowly with I kU toUt By eel by he began to 106k anval the room Mt aaythlnc of a toothbrush IareMbere t k ukedI Wkyy ali tILe other Here 5ienenthemanteL0 said Shea That Isnt my4 Itootkkntk I UM that to put flea pev4t ea my CincinnailS ik5 1FIiiesser camLIwas won by finesse The finesse L i4Ufilayt4Jalt rtmlnds me fa Con iia ilWky It It that you fellows are V tJaUtlacjrlat from your banquet this ytarr ta Coaeerd man asked anoth 1 flier Aii 21 at to make sure of the pres speakersickTtilavltt4 tktm and they wont e raway llL trSJTtiCbreMoLthat1ftheydId a trtaW si1Itwai because Uiere SIM at wlatiou know- IIPlies In New Houses Explained hadItbean occupied said a JftatfuffsUfr are were struck unpleas Ifis asaiber of flies we found a4w1tr their presence we were jaaahlt to account 1 it5mi tpt relief to us to be told I1tttiithat there are always lots flftM la atw houses that they are iwa by astciutd In the paper 1 aa4 while the work Is going they I rt trio lagrttt and then when the ss If t1JI1t1I likely to be s 4Pt IJel lleft there to- crkenthe first tenant moves I 1aswIcd Check WtJt rk4 ban found guIKy and Ise4 to pay a ftae of507 irqm iVJHr said of course Ill- sWpsybcuaeIamInagreat IttM on but t havent 50 In N Iet Will you take my cheekr the justice wsIy4 drew kit check and at s frtttttTttt id crank up kit aa- k MjTar Uliter cried the Justice Mfiatfit ab seed o your doin that aiM to have toW yt well her to 4 theli y WT NEW IDEA SEIZES ENGLAND Lfu to Prevent DoMestIc Breezes Frem Developing hlitt Gliesl Is LatMt Fa TikM Up A National League for the Promo tlonof Domestic Happiness Is the latest proposal for England It has for 1Jaavebtlennary number of couples in their par- Ishes who have obtained separation orders from the magistrates because of domestic strife The Idea of the clerics Is that magistrates are too accommodating to applicants chafing under the matri wereImade subdue domesUc breezes fdeveIoplnglnlol f f 1lnaUonsf sexes to act ao peacemakers They will take their respective par ishes under survey and In cases of household strife where the husband Is at fault the member of the league most likely to Influence him will be subsequentIwife Is the offender then souls sym pathetic woman will plead with hen amongthethese separation orders the working t class equivalent to divorce the ter obtain being too expensive for them latI The consequence is they have no real freedom and looseness of morals Is the result Jn industrial centers where both husband and wife are wage earners this lo especially the case Lancashire alone has 25000 people separated by law but not free to remarry SAYS OYSTERS SUFFER AGONY Dr Wiley Asserts They Endure Ago nixing Pain When Doused With Tabasco SauceIOysters on the half hell suffer un told agony when eaten said Dr Har vey Wiley formerly Uncle Sams pure food expert the other night according to a Nep York Herald Washington correspondent Ninety percent ol them when eaten are alive and kick ing They suffer the most excruciat ing pains when you jab them with a fork and follow with a sprinkling of salt pepper and tabasco sauce It Is true that they are a very low order of life but as they eat and drink they must be live animals and have feeling Imagine some monster com ing to earth from Marl who thought that we poor human beings were very succulent morsels of food when eaten alive It would indeed be a nice sen sation to be poked ftill of holes and covered with about six pounds of salt However this will not deter me from indulging in the delicious half shell habit I am going to eat myIr oysters in such a way as to save paInone Jab with a fork put theIsauce on quickly and then gobble it Its a good thing that they cant yell and jump for if this were so dining rooms would be full of tragic meanings and shrieks However this would not be so bad for we would then have the alternative of cooking them Paid Scott 15000 for a Poem What Is the highest price ever paid by a publisher for a poem It would be interesting to know whether any advance has ever been made on the 16000 that Scott received for Rokeby Stephen Gwynn In his life of Moore tells us that Murray offered 10000 for the copyright of Laila Rookh but Moores friends thought he should hays more and going to Longman they claimed that Mr Mopre should receive no less than the highest price ever paid for a poem That said Longman was 15000 paid for Rokeby On this basis they treated and Longman was inclined to stipulate for a preliminary perusal Moore however refused and the agreement was finally word ed That upon your giving Into our hands a poem of the length of Roke by you shall receive from us a sum of 16000Ie Light Like That of Day Palents have just been taken oul In Germany for using marble Instead effeclInumerable experiments have bees made with tinted and patterned type of glue with the idea of producing this effect but all have been failures As a last recourse a sheet of white marble was planed down until It wai semitransparent and then different intensities of light were shown from behind The result was exactly what so many hundreds of experiment had failed to produce Developing this discovery the pat entees hare fitted lights to the cor nice of a room with such success that It Is difficult to prove that It is artificially lighted Poets Unhappy Childhood Thomas Gray author of the Immortal elegy Vas one of 12 children and the only one of the lot that lived His seemed destined to go the way of his brothers and sisters and was Buffering from convulsions when his mother in desperation opened a vein andIjealous man had no use for him or for hs mother and nevercontrlbuted to their support His lonely and unhappy I childhood explains the melancholy that tinged his life and writings r uL tire iotINet P Sa el Ac time rrsiiy P Catch cold easily and frcqusatly suffer Ie MIUm w M feefae Tiw rcnson n that your system does not nd itself ridJri iii preventiiiSeed igieIfZi Ira tHU cdndibcn illness develops Doctor Mxilsal DicMvary ndieatM the poisons from the bosfya gly PicrccI 4 MpKs MiMtSM4V frta U 6dfeott oid3i seal and mandrake root stone and- M t witiM tllM M4 alcohol No matter bow strung the constitution v It P ch M apt to beout of kilter at times i in conse jLj3 SjMa M tin blood is disordered for the stomach Is the hbo V morytor UM constant manufacture of blood 1S UM flaaBLAXS of fort Dover Cot Box writes I have be agreat aufferrfor ears lrom throat trouble catarrh fndIeat1o flltroablel ccnztfation and rervousncuat timed lie Lid that abte to be up am4n Wu ur4ei JraI7 dllTersnt L j care aM would ctt bettor larA little tiWla then I would so down tttftafa teflanOTJtkm en throoth me Fcc nineteen Tears I had yilia U my bleed After tiriny warTy fcretrtUjiff I sotworto I read fa TW Pslea fienunon B kr OlcU Myser ot Dr Pierce s Golden and Dr Szf eatarrb Remedy I have taken tha fivelRemedypU am now to mi J1 i AJ w4ta iriMHttM 1 feel like wvcman IenjOleVCrTthIflZ Si J5Ie sad Wiesk Vod for Ltthimo JIo Jn enough tofiDd sco c st ale wcUasb CL zk ft seea F1as it PcIItO regulate liver and bowes 1 1iSc w 4IL HELPING HER PICK OUT H ti Only the Gay and Graceless Bachelor Can lee Anything Comic About the Proceedings to meIme a hat This Is not a request It is a command that no married man dares obey Hubby is right now dial himself for the shock that comes least twice In every year A few of the poor unfortunate husbands have already received their orders and the rest are looking for the worst any day now This thing helping your wife bi 1a hat is tragedy While It may sOt funny to a bachelor this expedition into the Jungles of ostrich feathers and mountains of bandboxes Is not a married mans Idea of a good time He submits to the awful torture twice a year just before Easter and again in September No he doesnt like it he does It to keep peace In the family It helps to keep the police away from the door He would welcome the electric chair a whole days session with the dentist or a double dose of grand opera if he had his choice Not that his wife cares a rap about his opinion No matter that she picks out she knows beforehand she Is not going to like It and she takes him along to shoulder the blame In the spring when the young mans fancy Is turning lightly to thoughts of love the married mans frenzy hasnt any fancyIs turning seriously to thoughts of the Easter mlllln ry hunt It takes him six months to getI over the experience and Just as he has reached the point where he can look at a bandbox without weeping he has to endure the suffering all over again HAD NO MERCY FOR AVIATOR Country Hardware Mans Advancing Scale of Prices Seemed tq Show a Slight Prejudice Jules Vedrines Ute worlds cham plon aviator complained In Chicago of Americas IIndifference to aviation The expense perhaps has something to do with It he said Flying in America does indeed come high I know a young Philadelphia who recently mastered t5e nioroi lane With Ms Oleate can he vyas flying to Atlantic City vhcn something went wrong near fuckahoe and they xdcei fld iThe mechanician went to a hardware shop to buy a bolt 4A bolt like that said the hardware man examining the inecha niclans broken sample Well 1I guess I can give you a bolt like that ffor a quarter Then suddenly frowned Hold on though Youre anI automobllst aint you In that case itll cost you 350 But a rawboned lad loafing In the shop gave a loud laugh and said He aint jio automobilist Hes a flymmachmemnn ICIndealer quickly the bolt will cost you 8 net and not Consequences DI you ever play w little old gunto called Consequences I play It In school on the sly and sol did other little boys and girls and boys and girls that werent spjlttji either All about how Mr SoatHtlfo met Miss SoandSo at Mrs Soand Sos And how ho said and she said and the world paid and the consequences wqre that well God knows what they were the conse quences Happening to pick up a book 6f games at the library one afternoon I turned by accident to Conse 9uences A thousand memories came flocking In upon me And aIthought born not of memory but of experience While life like the gani IeiI is largely a matter of a man andI woman meeting meeting casually atI Mrs SoandSos with a long train of consequences in reaMIfe not like til1eI game what the world says comes atwi last to be omitted from our calcula tlon Not through Indifference to It the love and approval of those about us Is the very breath of lifobut Ienot cause we have to stand alone before we can stand together The strong ones of the earth are ever those who do and say the thing they must and leave the rest with OodNew York PressIiEgg Membrane for Skin For a long time doctors have ben looking for a good substitute for hu Illmanity has lately been demonstrated taking the membrane that lines itshell of newly laid eggs plastering over the burn and making it grow asIsd human skin The discoverer of this process was treating a child which had previously been burned and in break Ing a raw egg which he desired the Child to swallow dropped part of the membrane by accident upon the burn and bandaged the wound Later on it was discovered that tho accidental placing of the egg membrane over tho burn had caused cells to augmenter In number and gradually to extend o tho wound until at theend of soma weeks the surface was completely covered with the new skin The treatment was called to the attention of physicians and it is now being used to cure scalds Harpers WeeklYI German Socialist Germany has more than seventyt dally papers which are battling the cause of labor and Soc1 IValue of Good Books lIlmIWcnl I consider what hpve dons for the world and what tiey are doing bow they keep up our hope awaken now courage and faith BOctno pain give au Ideal life to tnoao whoso hours aro cold and hard bind together distant acea and forei landp creAte new wnrld3 of boaOl y bring down truth from fioayen give eternal blessings for ttts gift and thank God fcr boksarnes Ifrce man Ciarko Anctont Vsulto Exposed During hoar nUns in Kilda county trclaiicl n pcrttcn of the walls of historic Klldaro abbey CasQed not became undemined and tetl when it wajiJtilscovflrea that Und nectii were vaults in which were Btulls and human romnina It Is cal cnlated that tiwse teojalns have been here for the last eight centuries j slnbtf tho time the abby ytaa a inc a Uter7 J J I t- Ladit I Sue Money u KcL Style hy ReAisgMcCaIIs- TM aH UsusgMcC4I Patterns IIM j hatZfllE McCdaMagaziizwill help you dress stjrl iihlr tt a moderate expense brkoepln you latest 1nnsU clothes and Uiu New Fashion fc1 60t la etch Issue valuable Information on all home and per 2onal rattier Only Mo a year IpctudlnzI Lscriber f l for fete sample copy II inCaDPiruwlllenableyontomlkelnrour1 crlptloa monK your friend Send for free llYPremIa latalojue and Cash Prize Omit I 1mtHE DMm9249Wei37ItEWyoU 1li AUAAs i1Fc npetitorI j A Contest of Ingenious llAvertisihz By Ifhilip Bosworth PyyVcy ryjyyyyyyyyyyyyy leThe flxin of prices today Is far dif ferent fron wluit It was when I wIts a young ma At that time we wereC cutting eac others profits down to aIminimum rid sometimes tp n loss But there yere virgin fields In those days thnt bjid not ben worked One might cojnif wusterp town with a new kind 0 goOds to sell and it they were salab be would make a gocist profit on tb nerved nil appren ticeship wit a large soap manufactur ing concern nd after having thorough ly learned tl business concluded to goIto some we rern state aud build up altrade in tha goods with which witslfamlllaf settled In a town called Farnsworth the center of a country ihit wits r pldly growing In poflula Lion I had bciln tarnished with enmetmeans for dvertlsln and oulullldJto attract a enttoh by unique ntitlces I remember the first one issued t considered ry dryer It was Every patriot uses jGuntera soap especlallj on Birthing lius wash day IWtooIj fisnppolnted find that tbt plain ua educated pcple of that region did nottsee the bum r of my nd for thuwecbo mentioned to me asked who Birth lugton was After explaining to lIIusttt of the cltlze t of the town that Birth llngtons was day was a transposltlou of Washingt ns blcthday i concluded to try somctb ng elsett IeOne mornliis 1 noticed that bad pI IIboringI I a rival in tie busltws but In clev idvertlslng In a Millville newspaper saw that F B Ketchnm was sellintt Bouthwlcks iioap advertising it to wash out risckles heaving the skinda beautiful jiik nnd white I eon j sidcred this idicufuus till a number of the treckl d boys and girls of theIj town came In o my store and asked if f had any of t mt soap that would get t ttway with frc Ides I made my next ieffort more prac tlcal adve tised Gunters soap asgthe whitest ash a housewife couldr uso This prr Juced an Immediate etcjfect foraevenl wonted came Into the store and boulit my soap to use In whitewashing their cellars The next ai Ivcrtlsement of Ketcht urns that netIced wan utter a storm und a conseqii nt carrying away of a portion of the umpike between Farns- worth sod Mil vllle by the giving way of a culvert Ketdinm nnnonuce tnt the wuslumt tint been effected by a nko lit Soutl wicks soap having rail ID out of tlt riiugon of u farmer who ht Juit Itnii lit It lilt wiis nrrylng to lirnstii ill to vnnh awny the ts lrt Ily uti tiipllcnton of the Hun urflclt ITie pnlillc dl Int cxiutly understand ho a iulvwt IoiiJd washed out a cuke ol tcii weighing only a few ouiues bu the reference to spots furl by my good wi s a stroke of genius on the j rt of Ketchom It was at that tinv even the proper thing r to attack in an advertisement or otherIwise nny Indlv dual gbtxis Indeed Iuhad cause for legal action against ICetcbam ford magu So concluded to drIve over to Millville nnd informthim that It lie did It agairt would hale him Into ourt found his ofiflee It charge nf a young woman otrwhom Inqliln d when Mr Ketchnm would be 5he iiskeil me what Itwished to 1m for nnd told her that was the gout for Cunters soapm IItieII sot tug upon n method by which hcI Itluld do tnslnesui without IIIJurl fg en h other lhJuIulg j onHri saM thnt MrII TJptHirm was 0 it flvS nf thp tino so 1IIII tlrcr iint if InIuinnuiif wait ig for him which mit havp to ilo tn ur time IrvniMfay to Ilr unttilne had to iinunktite wolM 1rr mlt It to Mr IxPtchntn try uHl said ui5i5 vail his itttitloii to the fnrlthrtt when he ndIfliis Mint iiintwi jwtip leaves pC thus Inlt ring ttC Itlt he lays hhtsflf lln tc III damages 0IiertproIy nll 1IIChMltnlldr IlJ tell MrKitPiuiai fotAncl say to itn that If he will rome over see me svll lu happy to fix with him a sri if prices by which Ve shall be gov inulso that we wont he cutting eich ithers throats Vhntrj mean that slinll unit be underselling pflrh otl r Theres plenty of room foii both ml If we fight each nother xvell both nllJ Ill try to ma e him iinilerstniid The girl thou shi appeared to be tnpUl was rat r invtty An was shout to leave conclniled to pay her compliment t Ing n little facetious 15 well so salt wouldnt us Sonthwleks soanvon youreWby notixul txkedq JlfrtcctfrellIlctriropplng Into sin Compliments Rr 1 11DurdrhllIIII I9ooa Ten VrITetiiiani to come over ap see me But Mr Ketc am did not come t- oJT vi jlth4 imtrnrvjfte continued Trtie ISt wmt no ijuarceri oia utm aaataacement was that nt a trial be twtta GunterH and Southwtcks soaps tIt ters clean out of the tub Many peo pie understood enough of this to nee that the laugh was turned against me Not only did my sales tall off but r 110und that a good many cakes of theI tlJel1ilime that I must do something get the upper hand in the struggle or go MI tof business Sosdfter reeking IllIbrain for awhile got a notice 1114Jed in the newspapers of my t0WI11t there Was uo utie fur our citizens nIseek the seashore during the Humi 1IAll they need do was to throw a tlJof Guutersitoap Into Greens pond j 1 ithe latter breaking on the shore clIIII1 be quite equal to any sea foam What was my surprise titter IlrIcaution to see a few days after this in paperiFarnsworth had by mistake got hold of a cake of Southwicks soap and wash ed himself out of business This was too much It was a false ratemanyso construe I droye over to Mill vllle resolved to put a stop to this libelI ous way of competing for trade andlstraight to Ketchoms office I found l the same glrltherc as Wheres Ketcham beforeIpatiently 1IWhat can do for you Im in charge You can say to him that moreI notice in a newspaper reflecting on me or the article I sell and I shull at once begin suit for damages Sow much will they beT How much Why shall sue fotfor perhaps as much as 20000 That would be awful doubt If Mr Ketchnm could pay all that I didnt say I would be allowed that um by the court Ijsaid would sueI for that amount Oh Well Ill tell himJI stood looking at the girl As have said before she was stupid look II Ing but pretty should have a girl Ilkehat In my place Qf business It wou enable me to get out more drum up business toII Do you know asked of any young woman who would like a peal ion with me at Farnsworth such alj you hare here with Mr Ketcbam What would be the salary 01 could make It 12 a weekiShe sat thinking awhile then asked How would you like to take over Mr Ketchams stock and run your and his business together I think hed like to selLo t For how much t Be might turn over the stock that t he holds as agent and sell the goodwill of the business for say 2000 Two thousand dollars was a good deal hut he had worked up quite 11r trad S and fr should buy him out i would have the field to myself said would think It over I went back to Farnsworth and considered the matter exhaustively Somehow had taken a fancy to Ketchams clerk and believed that she would be n great advantageS to me Whenever had gone to Milllue had found Ketcbam out workIIng up trade while spent most of uye time In my shop Finally wrote Ketcham that would give him 2000d for the good will ut his btiHlnesn nndII take his clerk at a salary of l12 u week By return iinill gutpallers tsslgnlng nip hIs business and a teleIram from his principals appointing ameto his order for the lunrehasfmoney and listed him to ship his stockaand send his terk to me The stock arrived In due tlmg twoithe iWelli vuittdafor JKetohnmJ Are yoij n sister of Mr Ketchrmsif No Any reiatlonV No Wlwt l your IcilliilJi OF ii pic tksmt Her liltlifitii sotur fnrrt broke Into a njJ Iou tut may as well confess ui ntniiy lliui Ive been running till Ittluuus nvci Micro und at a loss uliu s rtinui fur niily line and that ouI st tiduiit and liH p rilinp Ue tyutUli ff jiur urut visit have htvi ihniia tn tell to you You cnn turn o tr nil the while nnd willIIArun tin ImOni1 Inxlile would or jr1 than be runnlitK nhiAnd ytnivi liecn auinn enonuh to wt rMKKi nt r nut forM losIng biul Olt imiMtnt look at It In that vray Jvo wild you the field Aid your nblllly ns an advertise mwit writer Ill do what cnn for you In tnm she dirt derided romen l t inife in iitmtcrs soap lilldIn Insen t v r Miss Ketrhajus nils that iit iniiivtiHsint did lily wrii My nsslstnnt kept on developn ill j lift nillty to TIt orlglnnl ndver Nuiniiit and tb tile to be looked r us ftrmv mntter Xlvli didnt In t11ct mi nny harm Indeed iiiiuiirumitt he vnliie of the tide H nnlly iIeznvri Iii iliiil to jmrt with iny nrltir nniM Ie to give the tIHet fan nt itiv niHlnesK ninrrlrt the Mne t thl fltlhllII t tf s CJ jtIt1 Kin an iin unii f t cittlu 1I TI Ilrlir Visl II i ituJi hi liil RlfflDOWH PEOPLE Made Strong by VinoL Rundown conditions are caused by overwork worry too close eon finoment a chronic cough or cold which it Is difficult to cureIWe want to say to every person In this condition you need Vinol our delicious bod liver and Iron tQnlarr without oil the great strength creator It will supply iron to the blood In the most easily assimilated formtcreate algOO1 healthy appetite jj strengthen your digestive organs and make you eat better sleep better andbJeel better A case has just come to our atten tion from West Scranton Pa Mrs chits Proper says Eor three years I wes all run down weak and had l no appetite and after all that times jof 1 am glad to say Ylnol has brought back my health and strength which Is Just what I was told it would dbv We ore confident that Vlnol is the test bodybuilder and trengUrcreator we have ever soldi Try a bottle on our guarantee to e refund your moaey If Itv falls 5tet bcncfityou s J A MUSICIANS ROMANCE 11 Fanellia Triumph That Carne After Thikty Years of Misery The life story of M Fanelli the flom poser of Tableaux Symphoniques rends like a romance How easily It might have rend like a tragedy this 10 cldent wIllu MOV In his yonttr Vanelll had been courageous and ambitious full of dreams ot the music he washing to write for the world to hear find admire But misfortune follovyed misfortune He found It Impossible to get a bearing for his cpmposltlpns and one by pus blx dreams began to fade bylIUIadversity was earning a pittance by playing night after night in an archeS suspectedtmlocked In his heart as be kept the symphony the masterpiece of his youth locked in his desk Then one day Fanelli in search of work as a copyist cailed upon Gabriel Pierne otto of the great musical celeb rifles of Paris Asked to show a sam producedthewith him Plerne lAoked at It and saw that the writing was clear then hesaw something more for he continued read tog the music eagerly Who Is this Fanelli he asked at length t answered the composer IMyse nearly thirty years ago ILcnve this wlthme and come again a esvdaya So FanelU went out while Pleme too enrapt to say goodby stpod by the window poring over the muSic A few days litter he announced tfttue lighted but dazed Fanellljthatjie was going to produce the symphoriyat one of the Concerts Colouue On the eventful nlrfht FnnelU him self took a seat with the musicians TeN came into hioyes tin he beard the first strains of his work neglectec for so many eursUe was not alone In his emotion however forcs the musk proceeded tears conic Into the eyes of the itlipr mnslclnnx the rector the undliMire The musiC tonk thorn by storm Vhi n It was over a burst of applause roke nut rose nurt rbIIt over to Plcruc nndwfh a full heart expressed hi prjitltudo IAtmln thank you I Ilorne hi his leave fiood nuh ind a good SII1t11t1 to you Pierne woriderifl nt thIs sirnnvv frwell but at hint tin meaiilti clnwnn on jilm The nppliinse that ua rlnplnK through the hall hid lirriirh to Fnnolll not ony fame but what for the rr1ent was of even more luipur tlCt him till promise of eascr ilv f The composor of Tal ciux Svin tlhlnJiI had left the scent of lf uluniih to enjoy much neoilwl tIe tre treat good dinner tlu1 romnaninn ASKED FOR A CRITICISM The Lecturer Got a Reply and a Big Surprisa as Well Mr Albou F Man the Americanc- imnthiut t who Invented Incandescent llplitln by the use of u carboli filament In a vacuum when he was allumt sev nty years of agi looked more like a banker than a scientist and In the sub ued light of a lecture room appeared t n distance like u young jman Some years agd he attended a ture in Brooklyn upon the higher problems of electrical pscience delivered by professor wlti ninny titles and degrees At the close the speaker culled or comments criticisms from ud1 to nJ theI Mr Man who was sitting well In the ball qrose and quoting a tatement from the lecture concerning difficult process asked if be bad heard it correctly With remarkable accuracy suV re1 plied the lecturer They are almost my very Word IThe inventor then clearly but cogent ly tore the lecturers argument to pieces greatly to the Intters astonish moot and tb the irumsement of the audience As be sat down the lecturer said j 11II can hardly reply at present You seem to have some Information on the subject vsrepled Mr Man I dIsco ered the process myself nearly thirty ears ago Pearsons Weekly COURTSHIP IN SPAIN Difficult ButineM In Which Speak ins Tubes Play p Part In Spain as Is well knovuna rigorous etiquette governs the business 9f lotmaking A young man cnnnot Inter view his sweetheart without her parents consent and Indeed converse Lion openly carried on between the couple must be In the presence of the fair ones mother Many subterfuges are adopted by the lovers to overcome this difficulty an- dthrrreJathe ornamental Ironwork on the windows of Simnish houses has become one of the favorite trystlnjr places Modern life however tins im posed fresh harriers If n young mans sweetheart lives on tthe tiled floor of a city building hi vnnunt very well meet her nt the reja ftn this nx In other spheres of life necessity Is mother if invention and soinn imlcnt lovcrx have brought spcgklnu tulKsilti their ussisfmce The senorlta at the niuVUntcd liqur lowers thin to her lover below mid they are thus able to carry or their love affairs with the assurance tbit they are not overheard by the people on the Inter vcnlng flats ns would lit ihi It the rpnverwilioti wore mrrlni un without unah a1t1 imIIJuuU Aesnama Tart In thi days whou Mrs Oeorpf Core waUlx West was rudy Randolph Churchill she mixed considerably among politicians nnd polltlonl rtffnlrH and one story told of lien shnwli botv 1he scored off Jfr Josvuh Cluirillerlan and the late Sir Wllllnm tlarcon They were chaffing her admit FI 1pnlntingssheInut why not paint usronpnflc n asked Where can you foil motv rative modeler Impossible Lady Hr utiliii ex claimed r could nox luLa you lack eOoubrLouocuu llfUlts Fifthnorahiyi Men The fifth morttri ny men formed a rel- Igions sect that sprang up In the days Charles IL of England They were o called from the fact that they asserted that In the ant days the four y ancient monarchies the Assyrian the Persian the Babylonian and the Ho mnn iwouidbe restored and to them would be added a Christina aonirchy r fifth monarrhy of wkick Chiist vould be tbc klur x 1 0 = 6 IChildren Cry for FIetcbera Li The Kind You Have Always Bought anti 1i1cihu1ti- n use for over 30 yenta has borne tho signature of jryfl r and has been mado under his per- sonalLjCJ7rjf supervision since Its infancy dcceIvoyouIntkAllExperiuients that tfto tviJU zmd ciidanger tho health f Infants and Childrcu Experience agaLaat Expertnata Whtt is CASTORIACastorja la a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pasgone Jros and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor jotlier Nareotte substance Its ago is its jrttaranteJj It Destroys Worms and allays tfcAcrfshuess it cures X iarrhcea and Vln4 Colic It relieves Toothing Troubles cures Constipation null Flatnicncy It asslaail tcs tlifeljood1 regtdntei tlM slecpTheaENiwfe QASTOpliA ALWAYS Be rs the Signature of 7 rI4aThe Kind Yon ilave AlwaysBougitt In Use For Over 30 Years iht cflrruacoMPAUyvr MunBArorntrr new YoBKcrrr c T Dont Suffer i3 UhadI been troubled a Iittlefor nearly 7 years writes v1 Mrs L Fincher in a letter from Peavy Ala but I wasInot taken down until March when I went to bed and had to have a doctor He did all he could for me but 1 got no better I hurt all over and I could not rest At last I tried Cardui and soon II began to iimprove NowI am n Ytty II good health and able to do all my housework ICARDUI You may wonder iis sb afttr other remedies IIBXW fai edThe answer Is that CarduMs successful because it is of Scientific that on the system It is a medicine for women and for women only It builds and restores weak and ailing Women to health and If you suffer like Mrs Finchec did take CarduL It will surely do for you what it did for her At all Writ to Ladles AdviSory Dept Oiattanoga MedicIne Co Sedat Mpaje book Home Treatment lot WOmen seat free J R 1 YOU I lII whyCardui successful composed ingredients actrcuranvely wofnanly strengthens happiness druggists cbaltaaoee1sam- for histfziCthszaad WANT a Better j IThat question will be asked you almost daily by men youf services Jf you qualiftske the DrnughonTraiathgandowanbit1oxmto rise More BANKERS Indorse DRAUGHONS than indorse all other bust ness colleges COMBINED 48 Colleges in 18 States International reputation Bnklnr TmwrltiorPfnmsBihIp EnelIsli Arithmetic jLett r TTHtlir as1ses 14FRIK auUt4JT tlbfttlltt rosrriozu GuitoirnEn unitie conditions Bookkeeping Bookkeepers all over tho United States say that Draughons NeV System OfBO okJteePJ n gs es them front 25 to 50 pit cent In worli an4 worry oShorthaneL Practically All U S offi da court reporters write the System of Shorthan Draughoh Colleges teach f1hy Because they kilow itls the s HomQ alotue DRAUGHONSPRACTICAI BUSINESS COUEGE Nashville QrMCn3PIlI orKnujlleTeunorPaducahJ CyorEvassvilkuIaL = Flijsicians Adviseof goodlixAtiVc tokeep bowels open And poisons of undigested 6lord from getUnginta yojr System latest pnxttsct ct science is VELVO Laxative Liver purely vegatal Ie gentle reliable and s pleasant aromatic taste Velvo ads on liver well aS jbiliousnessYE Lift POW Wrought Much Mschlef A series of accidents at on account of a occurred day not long at Tfcerira South yictcria man who drivlrg a gig was upset by running over a cow The ponythcn- bolted with the uptutnedgig which frightened a team of horses attached toa vragon and the lletter capsized over a log pinning underneath tt the driver who sustained a fracture of Jhe skull Peasant Voman rn HardLuck A asant woman ofBudnpost Hun gary drosr 0 from a savings bank and on her way hone bought a tame hare for her children For safety she tethered the here with a handkerchief In which she had rolled the notes but the animal managed to get away tether and money and The poor woman in her dcfipir Ranged herself next day i Grand Old Name Iihe disagree aa towhich of them gentlemen tho problem divides the whole nation Into embit tered units It however generally conceded that no man is af gentle man who has not hada rembtoanr cestbrwho robbed th6 country Lon don Truth French Family of Five GeneratIons Oranville in Franco iSj a family now represented by tfve generations 6n January 21 last Georgette Blln was ageImother Is 37 while the grnndrriotbcrS ott1JlaI it IIW OB j business seeking Horn S tody Thousands of banRcash tiiitrtt bookkeepers and ftenographerJ holding good positions as the result of taking Draughons Study pniceson1esonsBY President Nashville Tenh Fotj9 cat on course A TCOLLEGE write = the use the prevent tha Fhe Syrup of the as on the cow one ago A was ijf all are Is At are LAXATIVE LIVER SYRUP = 0 Caseof Pontiq Justice That Was a case of porttlc Justice WIwhen a Jury cf women In San TkancisIco were called upon tq pass on the fttoa mans clothes X certain tall or In that treslfira city sued a custo nOr for money duo for lothes The IG customer pleaded that the suits did noUlt and asked for a Jury of women to decide the important point The 11t good wpmeli and true who from their own experience were no doubt eminently Qualified to pass on the fit of clolhes found for the defendant It rst kave afforded them infinite taU facUon to know that after all the sarcasm with which their husbands trlated their own troubles lth dress makers their eiaIJerntln openiences should in the bud bedravu upon ta render a lawful judgment on clothes worn by men All the tun pcked at women and their dressmakers in San Francisco and all the jokes collateral to that engaging theme have been re called tttrong Tata and ttis Fifteenth Century Englishmen ttit Theyusedever In their food and apparently dldiotcaraferthamoedelIcateflaS btors that iiilt modern palates It is pointed ont by a writer that storage eggs mid renovated butter would bate had a randy market with Utwa Two Turkey State Terse raises onej turkeys thai Mr other statf porhapi IMVM Wrkejy require plenty ef ri fN ruaf uife surely cam tv tlMiat that vf Utt1 R IWawlh erJIi 4 to i rc4ttM tw lavtWt u- atuo W H of tS wsW 40