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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 7P rT jw ESTA8USDTilE NEWSLEADERi f j t i rCR1 I = I11 hEw SERJESIYOL xix lHO 471 3PW5FIELD WASH NGON COUNTV KENTUCKY I NOVEMBER 21 1912IpPtEAIt 4 TTIKIGDOMffi TABLEAU q Mrk ix 2r11r4vi 4 4VOee came out of the cloud toying TM if Jify 6tJrellBon hear it fun And tin potee tcjJ4fat Jqu vat found atone LiikeiI33 I eUR studies continue to appcr Jitaln to Messiahs Kingdom oft Gjorjr Todays lesson tells ot- a tableau illustration given to ats dJsclpieS respecting It The lesqn jhepjl impressed the Apostles who wit n sedvtbe Vision Peter James and I Jofin St Peter referred W It after trarilln hlarEpIs e II Peterl 1010 aylnav We bate not followed cnn- ntngtjn Setjsed fables when we made knqvniiluntu you the power and conj Inff of our Lor3esns Christ but were eyewlfticsses of Ills Majesty KthenVe wcfre with Hltn In the boly moiiiit I Jesus prepared His disciples for tthp- traasQgoration vision sayIng b r- etbqaoxqbf them that stand here wIjipfe shall not taste of death until I lbeyBee Gods Royal Majesty having romwItJi pqwer The occasion will be remembered Jesus had fore told His de thqpJe contrary to the PrvJBs pectation8 pf the Apostles aud CW He Bought t draw their minds gradually to a realization that Hlai death would not mean a repudla tlqn of the promise of the Kingdom S and tUsglQry buta fulfilment of their exlct4tlona on a hither plane re elt UJIW Elate riding upon da1ftfbefore His cruel fixlon yet He t would be despised and rejected and crucified but His Kindly Office and work would there rAil ft uy Bclotet Son by only be confirmed His authority j to be King of the earth to release rnankI4tn the power of sin and death to uplift humanity and bring the earth to Paradise conditions would J all be foubded upon His sacrificial r death at Calvary All this was presented to the three chosen disciples Jesus IfrSk them to a4 the mountaintop and was transfigured before them His flesh and His gary I dents shone and glistened jfhlte after the manner of nnpelsf thof Islon thus representing the Lord after having ex perienced His resurrectton change Then with Him talked two men who appeared In glory stys St Luke In some manner the Apostles recognized these two men of the vision as Moses and Elijah They heard these discourse wllh Jesqj respecting ills decease which He was about tp acCom- plishe at Jerusalem Then came a voice from the over 4shadowing cloud aylng This lIs My Ifelpyed Son hear ye HIm apd sud denly the vision vanished Several good lessons may have come out of this It would be a great refreshment and strength to their faith to witness this vision which showed them that the death Jesus had foretold Was a wytrfln ty and known of Gbd aiM of Divine approval Th voce from God would also encourage heir 41thIS w As the Apostles with Jesus were coming down the mountain aide won dering about the meaning of the vision they had seen Jesus said to them See I thnt ye tell no man the vision until ji after the V5fl of Man is risen from the dead Xlattliew xril The fact that Moses and Elijah appeared as real totho Apostles as th ugh they were In life does not contradict the woiils of Jesus that what they saw was a vision Remember the many visions given later on to dno of these Apostlcs- fSt John recorded In the boot of Ret elat1 ti1n those visions Sh Jobq saw angels and men heard voices etc just as Inthis vision I The Meaning of the Vision We have St Peters words that what Vthey saw on the mountain represented wthe Royijl Majesty of Messlnh the Kingdom of JIcsslqK Moses repro seated the faithful of Natural Israel tSeUouse of Serynnts Moses as a tlenlilo to titan servant was faith CuJover nil his House Elijah rep resented The Christ In the flesh the house of Sons All of the consecrated spiritbegotten pea pie of God during this Age are represented by Elijah who God promised should come before Messiah would set up Ills Kingdom In other words tlieEli Jan class Is com posed of Jesus ntd all jof His footstep 4followers throughout ttife Gospel Ace in their earthly or fleshly cpiulllon BpIrltbcgotteUiUutnotyet Rlllrlt born There is no doubt whatever nspwt InKJbe Kingdom ivnmlstit1t It will come th1t vision oh the mount con Jlrmcdlt The KIngdoto certly awnlts 4 1 the sufferfnpi of those who will be tit Members of tin Itnly of Christ Atl the Second Comln of Jesus these wit beblesjiwl and glorlfiedcnnd the class represented by Moses wllU also be blsd and used nslnstrunients of tin JY Kingdom Thus In the vision the tn tfrlqIvingdom trs represented first ofr fit by Jesus Himself secondly by Eli jab who rtjpreaeutwl the ChUreh dans 4anti thirdly by Moses who represented pthe faithful on the earthly planeV 1 Insect BilR Costs bei A Boston man lost Ills leg from the bite of an insect two years before Ii ayfert uchjcalamitiea from stings andI bitjM of insects use Bucklens Arnica Salve promptly to kill the poison and prevent inflamBsajtion swelling and PdrL Heal burns boils ulcer piles caeBSr tsbuie Qely 25 cent At Hayden Rob rsin TV 5V t J J 1 Farmer Tobacco Wajehov Company INCORPORATED 4 ISPRINGFIELD KY irtt r r t Y t I Isant the very highest market pr ce bring your tobacco to us + I J r LET US TEi4iuyouURSficBEf We have in our employ a large force of experienced w rehoujsernen vjho arBrfamiliar with allJ the bran hes of the business the oughoutAtCarolinas as the Silver Tongued Auctioneer Our Floor Minar has batt a life experience in the tobacco businss IItI and is familiar wi h all types and grades of tobacco and boosts ever Basket of tobacco to make it bring its market value Every basket of tobacco entrusted Vtqour cair is carefully assorte cJ an packed by experienced men so as to make it show to the bet advantage Skilled packing and handling enablurl to guarantee to the buyers every pound of tobaccothat is put on our sales thereby guaranteeing tothe seller the highest prices We haye a lai je ibd eff icent office force which enables ustp jpaypjFf sales as fast as the tobacco is voId so sut to avoid the long wait and con lIon thatlie will tin4 at other places This IS our 1floorI and why we have positively lead them allV 1 SPRINGFIELD IS TOE MARKET VFAR ERs HOUSE IS ThE PLACEV t this in mind when you load your tobacco for market and d rive straight to tjbe Farmers Warehouse VVt4VSV which is open NIGHT nd DAY and where IIalways find firstclass service and best accomodations Our market will opSn about Nov 6 with the strongest co ps of buyers in KV I- representing all the leading tobacco companies of the wOrld viz The Ampricaju Tobicco Co Liggett Myers Tobacc Co Bitish American Co R A Patterson vTobaico Co J P Taylor Co R J Rejpqlds Tpbacqp Co G C Tack Co and rainy Independent brokers This tbat is true of none of our neighboring markets as Springfteid Is an esthi ad market anda11 the 1rg companies htvo placed their interest here We respectfully solicit your patronage and in view of the foregoing f ctSlt1tO your interest as well as ours to rrnether the FARMERS WAREHOUSE Spr n field Ky I The house that positively lead them all byover thr 3 hundred thousand poundsV A STURGEONLVVVVV Parcels Post Toe post ftlce department iis beginning ttV make announce ment of its plan in detail for in augnrating the parcels post on January 1 Literature from th Postoffice Department explain ing the yew system and showing wherein it will differ from th old method of sending packages by mail The following are the most important of the parcel post regulationsS 1 Distinctive parcel Post stamps will be used on the parcel post matter and on and aft Jan 1 cidinary postage stamp- vil1 not be valid for Gpobi age 01 fourthclass matter Such matter bearing ordinary stamps be marked held for postage wiljj JJ Parcels will be mailable only atpostoffices branch effices lettered and local named stat ion and such numbered stations as will be designated by the post masterV T All parcels must bear the card of sender otherwise they wiLl not be acccepted for mailing Shortly before January 1 each postmaster will be furnished with the official parcels post map of the United States showing the uni area in which bis office U located and the eight postdlI zones indicating the distance on which the parcel post rates are baiedVOn account of the increase w igbt from four toseveD pounds it will be necessary to supply postmasters with scales of adequate capacity and every presidential postoffice will be equipped in this respect by Jan nary Vtfhei Makes na Woman One V hundred and twenty poundsmore or less of bone and muscle donttimake a woman Its a good foundation Pat into it health and strength and she may rule a kingdom lint thats just what Electric Bitters give her Thousadds bless them for overcoming fainting and dizzy spells and for dis pelting Weakness nervousness back acke and tired listless worn out feeling Electric Bitters have doneme a world of gpod writes Eliza Pool Depew Okla and I thank you with all my heart for making such a goc niedicine OnlySOc Guaranteed Iby Haydon Robertson AdvrtisementV A Bold Robbery One of the most daring rob oeries attempted in this city for 0ometime occurred early Mon Jay juoruing when thieves ei t ered the rear off the Cumberland Grocery Companys building securedrjo lard r timely 1 Icovery of the theft by Night Policeman N A ishbnru aj large amount of goods would have been carl ied awayV About one o clock Monday morning Night Po ictman FishI aeman near the Lebanon Light Ice Power Co spUnt carrying telleanShour of the night theparty gave no answer and started to run The officer ordered the man to halt but instead of doing so he increased his speed and on reaching tbe corner of Water towardroornerSthe policeman fired two shots at rlthe retreating figure cauring waRlcarryingsack wa found to contain a can pf lard belonging to the Cum berland Grocery Company Mr Fishburn immediately went to the Companys building and found that it had been broken into in the rear and two sacks of sugar and two cans of lard piled up outside ready to be carried away The thifives bad effected Van entrance into the building through a window in the rear Bloodhounds were ordered from Hust ovUJe and arrived Ihere oo tire early train Monday morning They were taken to the scene of the robbery and at once took up a trail which led in the direction oi Ptopelown No arrests have as yet been mnde The tfflcers are using every effort to capture the guilty par tiea Enterprise Commissioners Sale Nannie MullicanExecutrix Plff IMrs of J B Mulhcan CarrcoDfti vs Equity By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the WashingtSn Circuit Court rendered at the May term 1912 in the above styled cause for the sum 310 with interest at the rate of six peri centum per annum from the 26th day of March 1912 until paid shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in tipringfield Ky on MONDAY VOVEMIt 25 1912t beingCountyder at Public Auction upon a credit dof six months the following described Property towitVInWashingtonSprihgfield and St Marys turnpike SpnngfieldadJoining Mrs acres3roodaand2Opoles For thepurchaje price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearinglegalpaid and having the force and Effect ot 1a judgment Bidderi wilt be prepared to comply promptly with these terms C F BOSI EY MC W CC Poteys Honey a- nkcchIr TrNuIitt VV VDEATHfI Comes to a Man Whc Claims ito Have Been OnceMar h veloiisly Deliver dVIItt INtWiS was received tare Sat Ir r IIGrIttonj II t Ind Mr Gritton was native of this county and on le death t off bis wife four years aj 10 went tt to Indiana to live with is son Deceased was a devoi d chris tian of kindly heart t id man nor and an earnest Worker of t the Methodist faith Sc ne years j ago he passed through remarkable experience and wu snatch ed as if by a miracle om cer tain death The sto as relate byV him to th writer sounds stranger than ft ion but it was corroborated by everalof j his neighbors At tbj limn of what be al ways belittVSx was an interposition of the Majn of Gall iled Mr GriLton was specially notable because of his ixcessive weight 400 pound and in warm weather his daug ter was t accustomed tCLan him is he sat amost suff jcating fronji Iheheat Some four years itbefore his wire died his condition became alarming and his phys lanJ told him ho could not live ore thanI ten days Acting in cCrdance with theV opinion of tie men of medicine he wtnt to hi favorite minister and arranged with him to preach the funeral i and also to a near by undertaker and negotiated for u c ffinj lecauseof his phenomenal jZ tA fter the coffin was made aud dtj ivered it l was so large that he jould not get it in the house aid kept it in a shed on thepremue It was uear horserwagon bed He WdS pious man and very uttcniivu loiiis roUgh uus ooligrvtioi hence he prepa lations for utiiijtitu i fluence atl his f neruf obsiquus Ha then lived near to the iittlt viI l lte of Buhon ib the shtlttr ig shades of foresicoverud ills amid which his howe nes d About the time he had In le all ar rangtiimems and hal resigned himself to his app4 enily ioe vi table fate there wl what he termed a divie iid eryention One evening as tha snadoti twiligfl were giiotff ring and there Issmed to be1 a gloona iu the house while Mrj rittou sat before a crackling Viie gasping for br atbtiis wire standing over him with a It11ii probably meditating upon what seemed aI jeriain dooth1 the dor opened vithput a knock aijca there ape pearad before him Unheralded VViLV =r a tall lank figure who without n words of customary salutation waktd bp to Mr Gruton and sbid I am sent by God to cure you Whereupon the afflicted Jan man replied Would to God that you couldhe visitor continued Not L but thJ Quo who sent me1 Tbe mysterious ar stranger called fora POrringer J tilled it with watr sndlaced it the coals before4iik8 fire InI this he placed his haViQs and the water couldbe seeajSubblidg be twee hiS lingers lhclrached- he boiling point fie healer never flinched though his band remained for some time in the juviolentlytilDe the stranger took his hands from the heated water and an ointed the head and face of Mr ja Gritton thoroughly Pe also opened his shirt collar as he- mwas sitting in hisbirt sleeves bOnd bathed the old mans chest with pure waterV After he bad faperformedhe had been sent of God as beth declared be took his departure- w l under protest from his host wbo desired him IQV abide for the hospitality1Mr behalf of one ufhis neighbors and saidhIt you can cure me COVe him also1 but the stranger Said quietly I was not sent tiJI neighbor but toyour youi When his strange guest was de partiug Mr Grifton asked him I to leave his address in case he need him again but he replied bi ilYou will not need me any K more Immtdiattlv after the visit of this talIMr Gritton began to improve in health his avoirdupois of 400 pounds being soon reduced to Vin less than 200 This story was told to us by Mr Gritton in bis life time and his marvelously rapid recovery vouched for byI many of hIs neighbors one ofl them saying thtlt the man who cure Mr Gritton met him on he road and volunteered the mformaltdirthut h6 was sent to cure bim The neighbor asked if he knew where Mr Gritton lived and he replte No but Be who ttd d meW go to MercerI and cure iTohu Gritton will guide me tthqre1 The peacber who 1wasI neral and the undertaker who was to bury him preceded him to the grave while Mr Gritton lived oa in good health within a few miles of this place until he went to make v his homeVifl Indiana dyingi there as stated above Prior to the events re hated be reiDMrOdLton WItS helpless from obesitya Wnen ipeverh 8 Aunabletance and forthT re ison 4wast t l e jV Jt permitted to go anywhere unescorted Afterward how ever he became quite an active man goiog wherever he wished nd doing tbe usual work of a man of 63 years He died at the age of 78 having p issed the allotted period of three scored ten One of his sons Mr B Grit tlD resides two milj e from Harrodsburg FarrodE burg Reriild Residence Destroyed byFire Fire which v tar ted from a F fective chimney Monlaymurn g destroyed thct residence three barns corncribs smokje house and poultry house on the rm of Mr Mavnrd Kfng oo Clear Creek several miles from Lebanon Some household fur sbings hithe residence and feed in the barns were also burned Mr King owns the rm which is better known as e J e Wade place His gross loss is estimate at about 3000 ith 1450 insuranceLebanon Falcon Administrators hale On Friday Noiembar 22 lAT ONE OCLOCK P M will offer for sale at public outcry to tbe highest and best dderift the residenceon the M Hayes farm 4 miles from Springfield on the rSpii iGd nd Pprrvvillo turnpike the following personlilprQperty About 250 barrels of fine corn the crib about 10 tons ol baled timothy hay 19 ewes 1 buck 1 piano several thousand tobacco sticks and aJlot of lute fUSeIaomeItine pld Mahogany furniture and reIYojung offer fur sale 6ne oiyearpjxl brood mare 1 6yearold extra ltYIhorse ecoltI9nder JO sash in hand All sumsjover 10 2 nionhs time interest from dale ofialeVt SCOttVMa1- Admlnl8trstor of K Hayes Furm BmrgsJn My farm known as the Evrr green Steak Farm contaiHinfu- boutuSiSO K acres for sale at 1600 er acre if sold this raoulh- pply a phce in person VOrVJstterl tf aKent Barber lBardslQn Ky 5H I r RYA4I1 j 4 c i J BAKING i powrDEI- t I 1 AbsolutelyPure j 5 From a series of elaborate chemical tW1 t Comparative digestibility of food made with 1I different baking powders An equal quantity of bread biscuit was BMfe r j with each of two kinds off baking powder cnn I of tartar and alunrfnd submitted separately r the action of the digestive fluid each for ttMfsa 4a rIeDgth of time H The percentage of the food digested laI showmJia follows Z Bread raad rlik ReyJ Cw m fTP wfert IIH1 PWt DiM I ii raiI = wkha1 = pewJr fIIrCrLDi Ilf r Royal BaldngTowder raised food is shown tofcr troftgreatly superior digestibility kixi h tJda Ct fjt fI Popular Vote I In the Presidential electionv last Tuesda Woodrow Vilsoi go 6 398997 pjpu ar vOtsCoI- itoosevtflt got 4 807305 vote and President Tilt 3359364i tots Wilsons plurality over VaIL was 947S41 TafVand Roosevelt combined received I1 1277672 more popular votes than Prefiideutelect Wilson Pour years ago William JeV Rings Bryan received 6858183 WoodrOw Wilison as illbe seen got only 40000 more popu lar voe than Bryan yd four years ago Fours years ago Of1aboat12Of1 yeais ago Alton B Parker reat ceived 5077911 which is morei than a million less tltaDWood1 lasLTDeslday orlprauesdaYjrrbi labile Taft and Roosevelt got the totalrotel of the republican party Collector L F Petty Hurt in Auto Accident er lBardsl wn Ky Nov 17 Collector jof Internal Revenue iL F Petty of Louisville was pal nftillyV though not seriously cut and bruised when thrown from an automobile here this afternoou The accident oc curred about two miles from this place on ithe Baidstpwn and New Havenpike and was duo to the simultaneous bursting of twp tiresof the machine tin which CoHectpr Petty and three frlendu were riding He was hurledI from His sea ntbe rear of the car and over itakside to th i roadI landing on his face and bead None of the btKer occupant of the auto who were Circuit Judge Charles Marshall ptI Shqlbyvilfe Deputy Collector John B Wickliffu and James B Bean a distiller were injured At the time of the accident Judge Marshall wtfa ai the wheel Co i lector Petty was taken to tb home of Uapt Wfck JHfev where Mrs Petty w saggst Risky Business 1A McQreary county man rat hand into a hole in the ground to catch a groundhog The groundbogv It appears was otat home to Ctllers and a copperhead snake which waa plajingt janitor promptly bit iai few boles in the intruding hand The young man will get wellj btithe has had a ssrlouiiiiBie of it for the bite of ia copperh aiIr is no small matter But ton the fact that we sympathizat ithhinti in his afflpUont vb woald IM Jteiipied to say somfthliHC vsr- uuomplImecitry td th inlei- llgncaofhunwho rai thS hands lntob cakbgros4 hogFrank JoersIP cf 1 TUltOryR b I l011 Mia rVMLi i rFollowIng is snedItoijIdst Odin the St l1Iia PoDIsp- atch PresidnscWI1ois riot alone among Mi pr ieM sors In failing ofasoi41ur la 1 the popujs vote iU ew in3andlng auenoroe plalIiy and winning more thy thefourths of the electoral cpll fWitGntke time whf1 iiciors have been ichoMii directly jby ttn pedple John Qaiiey AidKs IE 1824 fealne itVprfetfiMiyirllht out a minority either wrf the popnla of tke IscIotsll igiMc James K Polk in 18ii InMvpter ly twotbirda of tt lscIL coJle etb1i1t a stiporiizI ot tbtpppoIr Y91 uVmyho ult 1848 was outycbsby tU Democrats and JhWaciky Franklin Pierce r4 rIf threefolirth of the 4oUtffti iaftbe 3 great dePlocla lc wWpi IMS r but a popular m jorlty of ealy laj1856walJi i J iHays in 1876 lacked both a popular plurality atJ jMjotity Garfield m 1680 iad ft yliralitj of abutft 10Qqaa was IlL a minorityi ofovsr009005 QMY land In 1883 was is a allminority thoBgh tat11y rtisttsil and iu 1892 war Ini jiaor1SyI of nearly 1000000 SkattMg iDemocrats swept the e irsr4 Harrison in 1888 w kctW by tf aJ minority of tba total jfojMilw vote The present sitnatio ip BM exactly gomparsb1wib1etjt 1852 when betlIfiJ 5lxto pieces add that nf 180wb3cthe democratic party fit to pieces It is tbi JUi WicAa party which now laN ip ai if it largely for UMU a9arAsc Ej4nkilongI Jremain a dlyide Majority ar t that or another Hime iSp- Braia lJIai L I Alwaya Jook Mss oea then walk arou41tYyt Sommen lor gSdIN UM before the cytA sympg ol i4IaMtisa f d Gone t6 IecQ 2BiIs t minuter 2 I tTbe aa nuIa tttwightj tr liw +ijw wktIs oiatofljfil i iii1L1a Ma wko ili iy whatliesees orcu t1111 fSo has a tKlfuUof life 0 Msetioiing s szaa t G deception ttiirVft a ia dyes huIsWbiis OM i oeer 0 1 jalltbsa aI dollars bat wepoM be- ciill ssces 0 IIf totp014 WhW w rnirn rcan JJwsSlodlI bsad vertiMtMnt ot Is a Isive neMa the f tbi1i I T1M i 1 U Ik fr1 1 t t i world k Uke ioI z k r T t b 1WPOSrLuwfRI tamyUWJlLY MJ1 L lIEi JISEPMPOU- NMfcorrtB i H PibJishera- I f TlMM who failed In their uf o Mr to atMd tU last eramina T tWe Jtr Oe Bty Road Engineer k I will hAte aaother change and j t + tH M who were unable to take 0 te exantaatlons heretofore 1 fcidM will have a chance to take one oe lthe 27th day of Novem ber 1112 in the office of the T GowBk er of Public Roads rrJ Tfek will be the last examination whhingdyiengineeritie tppQitinilj The exam r iIoit will be in the following aiibJeU Theory and practice jradeIearth computations use and Ss55 of road machinery main twwBce of earth and macadam roafei asd other subjects relat problemsililt WM ft wise provision of the t leffiatire when it passed a law i rettlrfoff this examination ag Ii I Icata twt of consideration those 1WHtart BO knowege of road nbilWiBg and requires those seek iff these positions to qualify CktIS 1 IfefftWUbea HilLj An ovtbreak of cholera in the ttbs caused heavy losses tc JIbe famer and many good herds MTe b enf destroyed Many tar will not have enough topvt up heir Casual aapply oi t ag lard in seeioos the ic Mladj has caused nearly a clear sweep This means not only thV T + rta4jMbacon bogs are gone butt brood sows are also llost and Mt be replaced A big de mamd for good farm atock will soon Mt ID and farmers must t start overagain Some farmer breeders who have not lost their- bop are now having them im mttned by State officials Ex Bargainrt Jtfy farm known as the Ever k green Stock Farm containing c c abirt2SO acre for sale at15OO 11eI acre if sold this month Apply at once In JK1Jr letter to KentO Barberj 1 Bardstown KyJ ti N A L tJ e Mr DaTld Cokendolpher and 4afbter Hazel were the guests ot Mrs James Gokendolpher r Sunday ziMr and Mrs J M Suther Iftod of Chaplin Were guests of Misa Laura Shehan Sunday Mr and Mrs F B Noe are in LouUville this week where Mrs Noe went to consult a sptcialjatMeiar i Aiertaon John F Simms T K Smith Wv J Stem and Claud Carnco were in Lexington Tues lay to attend the tobacco sales r MrH M Moss and Miss y HttIePemn are in Louisville thi week ofpLeteaon was here Saturday and i paldthIsoIceacall- 4 pMrs Isaac Mow akin and Miss Fee Cokendolpher of Bloom tleli weregaests or Mr and 1rtraWF Grigsby Saturda3 j lid Sunday Mews A R Shultz Dndfe I Robertson ansi Misses Mabel Want LongHairAnd hair Rich heavy hair That Beautiful is perfectly luxuriant hairI we ate here to help Ayers Hair Vigor is a great aid to nature in producing just the kind of hair you de sire Do not be afraid to use it No danger of its col ngredientsare label thus enabling your doctor to wisely advise you concerning its use Consult him freelyI He knows IDuU by het Lowell Man Williams Mary jniis ur d Maj d1CMrs T A Spalding hafe re turned to Bardstowrtafter a visit to her parents Mr and Mr BenRt3dor IaMrs Minion is the gust rfl Mrs C F5 Bosley Mr and Mrs Mike Sitnins have rt turned fomtheir bridal trip Mrs Wigginton of Bloomfield iis tbe guest of her mother Mrs 4J U Durrett Mrs S B Thompson enter tained at cards yesterday ater noon Mr Will Dorsey and wife of Lrouiaville are the guest of Mr and Mrs F W Baumbauer Rev G W Lyons of Hop kinsville spcntSundav with Mr and Mrs W F Grigsby Dr E G B Mann of Lexing ton spent Sunday with Judge1 and Mrs I F Thurman LexjingtonRoberts wedding MIss Berths Bush ot Chaplin was the guest of Miss Jennie Cokendolpher Saturday and Sunday Mrs B P McChord was in ijoulsville Monday Miss Suse Penn is spending a few days in Louisville Mrs Joe Bishop has returned from Shbyvifle Ind enterfMr and Mrs Earnest Thomp sod of Bardstown spent Sun day with Mr Greg Edelen and family Mrs H L Smith and Miss Fanny Smith hive returned from a visit to New Haven Mr J Forest Cusick of LouIs- ville attended the funeral of his father Farm Bargain My farm known as the Evergreen titock Farm cdntainnp about 350 acres fcrsale at15 00 per acre if sold this month Apply at once in person or letter to Kent 0 Barber Bardstowu Ky Cardof Thanks We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their may acts of kindness during our trouble in the death of our bus band and father Mrs Josie Cusick and famly Nature Always Supreme Nature palate the best part of tnr picture carves the best part of the itatuo builds the best part of the house and speaks the best part of the 1f i orntlonEmerzonidl f dI1 IIwillI be in Springfield r ii 1 J 1 Hondasy Bomber 25 i f c 1 tOOM llCOLTS I m I H U I Medium to good Also a few y Kofs and 2yearolds arl 1 11 r G IVOXji I L11- B J Commissioners SCUd Gep R Taylor etc Plff EquityJoeBy virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the WiBhragton Circuit Court Tendered at the Oct tei n 1912 in the above styled cause I shall pro fOJrtlHOUSe at 1 oclock or therebout beirg county1courtTday5totbchiglost bidder at public auction upon n credit of 81J 12 and l1imonthst the followingde scribed property towit Two certai tracts of land situated in Washington caunty Ky and described as follows Tract No 1 This tract contains 123 acres anil 16 square poles Tract No2 This tract contains 150 polesThis Rucker FiUatr au and is in the vicinity of Manton The improvements are fairly good a considerable body of timber is included in those tracts The above tracts of land vi1 be offered separately and then as a wholb and for bids realizing most money wii be accepted For the purch ise pricp the purchaser or purchasers with approvedsecurity or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these lerms ii F BOSLEY aiC W C C Commissioners SaleI Harve Robinson c Plff EquityMargaret By virtue of a Judgment and bnlor of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the Ot term lit in the above styled cause I shlil pro ceedto offer for sn e on the premised near Shurpsvillo Ky on SATURDAY DECEMEEii 7 1912 at 2 oclock pm or theeobbut b ifn highest bidder at public auctiji ipt a credit of twelve and tweiitj Our months the following described property towit lyingKy andhcmidcJ is lci ning at a ftjfZ corner tLat h F ice u tiiruigbtine wi rii Lit tj a une Ii ua W Giau iint in the raad to Trace crcex thence with ItJig as it meanders to a beech to Jas McManus on branch thcncenenrlySouth an said McMannus line and corner to It GaNnerslineoriginal road thence with Gardners theSharpsviUe supposedmore or less For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers wirh approved security Lenringlegalpaid and having theferce and effect of a Jndgment Bidder will be prepared to comply promptly with these term C F BOSLEY M C W C C Commissioners Sale Harve Robinson etc Plff EquitySoscoe By virtue of aJudgment and order ofsale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the October term WIt in the above styled cause I sha1 proceed to offer for sale oh the premi sesrioar Sharpsvilie Ky on YDECEMBER 7 4912 beingCountydjer at Public Auction upon a credit of twelve and tweiityfour munths the following described property towit A ceriain tract or parcel of land countyKyKuytlhecontaining b9U4l 0 acres being the tract of land owned by the late June Robinson af the time ot herdeuth This aeparatetractsthe manner in which it brings the most money For the purchase price the purchaser oa purchasers with approved security uringJepaid and haying the force and effect of preparedtoC F BOSuliY 1It C W C C Commissioners Sale Ida Etherington Admrx etc Pills EquityIreneBy virtue 6f a Judgment and order CircuitCourt1912 in proceedprami ses near Williaburg Ky on SATURDAY NOVEMBER 30 1912 thehighesttlIJlWinglandlyinKKy near Wilnshurg on the Willisburg and Chaplin turnpiKe containing W 34 acres and also n small tract of land lying jicross the pike from above saitf by 34 acn s und containing 510 ofan Propertyhwring neighborhood tFor the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearinglegalpaid and having the force and effect pf preparedto termsIcy BUSLBY C W CC Irreverent Youth On a rcceni publication day of tsp r8r prlntp r out west a boy some tenortweive years of age cany Into the office and wi h a peculiar grjnon hla face inquired If that per poJntngto the copy has pari account of the man thathas been dore In Delovaa He was an swered in the affirmative when de positing five cqnts upon the tnblo ha remarked with dil air of BelWmpor Well thats my dad andllanco want to read about him Boston Herald It i Sj PUBLIC SALE I v11atmv sidence 3 milos from Springtie iop the Spring field apd WalJji Lick lurnpikn oft IT SaWy Hoilinbgr O 1912 At 2j cck pm offer fr sale ttc the high st bid der the ioI nving personal property About JOO tshelv of corn In tht Cnn aboi 350 bushos of cal dse ha ow 1 cultivator 1 breaking p w nv wing tra cbino hi ri U 2 hay forks 1 calling hx orh shelter lawu OIOWP orItii i stove and ves s lord as 1 fCW nguitc- ilIip sdino el iirs bedl eltfllirg- bdiiti hvaiin steve invalids t uUt11gtlpJropn linrtdrYd uri otl ingoidC- DhdiHO atic IIIliVy oihr RIJ tiple looiiuw r us to trei tion- TEH A iMirasundfir S10 cUtf in haiid AH VIJ 10 on MS months n inurf bt jm- dto of salo 31V EDWARDS OLD HOMES RE SOM6 FAST tlteSouthAre sappearlng Tho grnnd q before the war homes steeped n romance and dear ttp the heart of le children of the oW Duth are fnfetY olng Sot In a grove cf oas tlio bit muse with its Impos ijjf column an pie verandas and its air of hospital anti cheer soon wli o no moreS of these old man have fall h Into wreck ami juij hundreds lhave been burned Tho surviving lies are relics of an ago that is past For Several jIars there has been liovom nt in ie south for KMalUjr arms This mf vement has beeii con amImudh for the i elf are of this section The old plantat ons were danageabt only when labor could be rolled upon and whfn on person waswilling to pass his lifo fll the employment of another the south becoming more utllir tarian Dtfacen lants of th so caval tens who char id with Rupert and melted their pi to to support the tottering throne an unworthy Stuart have scanned leir lessons well Life is activity hu ry and turmoil It still would be an elysian existence forever to lolte in the shade and yell to Pompey for a ther Jujep but it is no lonrer p rtti able This month 3li rfle two of the flnf old plahtatfor Iines of Barbour county go um r the hammer Ills tonic forehand hnd the splendid Pugh estate alike ar to bo sold Some of these days vh i the south gets enor mously wealth again thp grand old times mny bo revived Blrmlncham jlia News SIx Years Construct OdCK A clock cons ructed thrtrflghout glass is Iho rof ilt of six years on the part of a Bavarian glass ofI er The plates ntt pillars which the framework xre glass and are Lotted together flth glassscrews The dial plate hand shafts and cogwheels are of glass and glass wedges and pips are used for t stoning tho various parts of the r nnlng gear together says TitDtta Jke the clock itself the key by whit Is wound is of gass The con uctlon of the remark able timepiece as n matter of infinite pains Some the parts had to b6 made as many ig 4J times before a clock that wo d go could bo prod ccd Elephant Lljfed for Centune When Alesrfidcr the Great con juercd Porus ng of India he took i great rlephahi that had fought gal tnntly for thedfeated king aim AJax dedfiheted him to namedI placed upon hqn a metal band with the Inscrlpt forfJ Alexander the son 3f Jupiter IcdMf lcd AJax to the sunS tho olepbant was found aliv6 350 eatS Inter J PureK SpcultJve I have alalpe ben interested said little Hint in the utilization of waste Now vl ere do you suppose these bunted d es go to in the end allI dont know said tje Genial jfojbcr but1 they go where most pcu lo consign cm there must be terrible smell rubber In the aI after Hal its VVMilv Sfitcn as Well s fen m Kaia Hlssmlili by KldItcyj nd Ber T1u3 minddlscourrfullncsswhen of the disappearI casedKidney lhasbeconie it is uncom bebornweak kidneys If the chiiitl urinates t 0 often if the urine scaldi the flesh or if vhen the child reaches an age when it flfr ilil able to control the passage it is jrt afflicted with bed wet ting Iepenlu u it tiiccausc of the dull culty is kidugir trouble and the first atep shoukV I awards the treatment of these impoutal organs This unpleasant ofIII suppose miSericy trouble both need the same great remedy The mliii anti the iW111eWate effect of SwampRoo S soon realised It is sold by druggists p fifty cent and dollar l1l1YIfrec also a pamphlet temng nil t bont SwamaRoot out that not be and Jr Ii1bRtiucluciin ma ol the thousands ottesti- noiiial ftteu received from sufferers t rhof6mid SjampRoot to be just the I remedy Jieedi a In writitig Dr Kilmcfr CoBingbHmt6n K Y be sure alaItucntioa this ipaperi Dont make car mistake but member thQ name tin nddrss1Un ff pW 4 t Women Misses Junior and Childrens Coatsr This winter season we have a most yaVied stock to select from The stylesl sfare pretty The fabrics light in 7 i weight soft In texture and warmer than fabrics shown Heretofore The priceskremost attractive iou wUl do rwell to see them early J Imtnl 1 j iiWomens and Misses Goats like illus tration of black astrakhan cloth 45 itches long lined throughout highbutton oft crush collar silk orna ment fastening f 1500 Astrakhan Cloth Coat cut full length best quality lined throughout with Ski 1 5 ners guaranteed satin lininglargc shawl ollars silk ornament fastenings a 2750 t coat special at 2250 Womens and Misses Fulllength Coats t of finest quality pebble cheviots black blues and browns large storm collars i deep cuff patch pockets t large buttons 25 value 18150 Fulllength Coat of English wide wale diagonal black and navy blue womens I and misses sizes lined throughout with guaranteed silk lining coat collar deep i cuffs Ilarge buttons a i 3000 value special A 2250 Fulllength Black Chiffon roadcloth S Coats womens and misses sizes large j shawl collars and deep oiffs trimmed t with handembroidery and silk braids guaranteed lining throughout 3250 val 2500 Fulllength Coats of fine imported chiffon broadcloth 50 styles womens and misses sizes velvet braid and self i trimmed self colored and fancy linings at 2750 3250 3250 4250 1andIa 4750 i Womens and illustration hitI 51650 Johnny and taM 11 Kersey throughoutwith silk 1250 1250 Broadcloth squareI cultst fastening speciaL 1850 IIIimported cheviots thrOuehout tlgereyebuttontrim S1 3250 1 handembroidery S11Of 0750J= r H JAtor fI R E G President I W 0 ROGERS President I I 1LllI1 I INfOltronATKD j IILillI IILEBANON KENTUOKY MoRe ctirfFeesJij Ii ALL TOBACCO CAREFULLY fiRADED BY XPE lANDERS I J a tlcetwillopenl Tuesday corp cf ve 2uartntc YOIlOid prices as wilt on any in the have exflnon o iima hand grade your 4l by doingtbjs vilMi atti to you full f r ojr toLebanon this mmW and dy we wiil to tw tIlt eht s rt uo uil aecomodaUons beI We Have Plenty Free Stalls Dont Forget the Date ef3rdliiDbnt Forget PiaeeLEBANON iiCallI us when in towp we glad see at all irfs I LLeCOMPfEJ tManager V d sITTrutI of Fish Story The sturgeon which was caught i the Harlem river n few days ago and which weighed according to the fulUshorman and those who assisted fn weighing just 406 pounds would have Its way to the home of a prominent lawyer In XBW jkork Its advent had been known to membrfs of the Albany society who this story At one of the early dinners o the society when matters Albnnlna Kanes Lot Pop Sawyer lie Jugof and Irkey De Forest were enlarged upon IouU Stern told his about size of sturgcans he had Mnrcellus and Thomas thenLL when he was a boy many of weighing moire than a hundred pounds Thc story was listened to tcspcctfully hut tl the hinted at Its flehlpeaa by When ge like that have sent to me and Ill pay double its lit value ItThe Harlem catch bas 1Jlmtto withdraw the offer Not Much Lost Two unatica Conversed hf tho as lum One had Sajd he they not locked juo up here should have been a se cad Thoughtfully the contemplated a rcogrcbn on the asylum wall then remarked Thq second wasnt mucL shucks of a Diamond A carpenter rtfna his plane over piece of and out come tho pretty cudly shavings Now If a plane la mado a diamond blade instead ot- a steel bJkdn sad the blade lis set right tht piano when run over glas will turn out fine thin shavings Borne thing like those made by a piano This gives Idea of the yeijis another diamond or eve lamoQdiqqfbef hafd In another part i r a t 3 or7 a fn or l If Physician Pcites Pet ctlc In cldent of HIs rcy In Collago Dr Predwlk Vt1 Dutch1 l w6 s eon never Jow IgtI of tJii ibtvn of fate tbl 8ufr the rich are He tells tlie lowing bitter little anecdote which o during his student days in Am sterdam Once a noor man iwis brought affected lthn very inrt crdis ash of tho that nun students 8nd he rea V u tlont to suuid on ol f 1he poot man looked at tr rtf pHnd and said with i jiath If tho gon y laufeh The r W frillIQd they would t w And p laeJQa o ISbOI t itI i If d Aid felt tin tafin eidus to rajr cjes nnJ wy liStS citse itiiav Worlds Work f K j j A length like made Coats of 1x Icloth navy blue and brown cuffs collar edged with can be up high 2000 value special z Coats for women misees juniors 45 48 inches long mixture and plain browns grays and reds high button soft crush collar special Black Coats full length womens and large collars with long roil and deep cuffs of velvet trimmed with flat brands coat lined satin 165 valne special I Back Coats Isizes full larjfe collars with long shawl roll and trimmed with hlrtttlls braid and stitehad D large orna ment cs of coloredl linings 1ICoats women finest navy brown and black large collars and fancy back med coat lined with special Velvet jand Vefour Coats fullllength if and misses sizes J 80 new styles brocaded velvet band I and selflined collars and cuffs a 4250 4750 W 1 f j YOU Vice f i r i f Our Dsc 3rJ with Afull buyers and you gtt other market State Wevl J so Ltund lobacco j get murUct aUt vcur crp 1UK tobacco year On house wjll t night and give eVtt patron bst f of II V I on will be to talk with you I I J t 1 i truth It found If know Including Blood neighbor guest saying they another yard Napoleon other devll NapQleon Hardness wood witJi just on wood some mondjit misses length TAXES CO MilST BE PAID By December 1st After time vvv1 Penalty will be added to 11 unpaid tax Tav nowand Sive 2ATI 1 NDER c2 i sW STUDENT Dutch atAnrdmSedeDtbo hylrlaD tb1cllflexempt ceurrtd In strong spine caused t81lumpt81 v wrlnJtloof nto iiHn lktitsTbe iirOliil dfcen Or FOR FLETCHERS CASTOR Misses gray and colorsblues misses silk atin Pulllength for d1 womens 5750 an4aio p the and that the ttercAL For dngleii trap or fieldMtoes in a shall press the button and tILrn the aldi bole iaiios it easy You donf have to rag at the barrel or watch aa i onandoff device The action stays open after pcb sfngle akot SIisllredItalwfs fltays open when the mxgazin iptyFive ebotsthreq to got the cripples ach under afcsplqt coo trol of tho trigger finger The recoil reloads for yoe kkka atxtther shell in takes tho strain oftbCff gunthe discomfort tof the Idek all with9ut diminishing th drive behind the akpfc Simple takedowna few turns of the reftdHy handled mapafin screwcap makes cJcaningi canyiB end kjier c125ng0 cfbarrcls quick arid easy Send Iota motion picture booklet uninf few A kid is usedhow a friction device kue4oe1st- he RemingtonUMCAurnioaJliwSbotriI ss tho punlshmmt out of heavy loads i Write toferH- ESHNGTON A MSUWK IlIETALIICCAlTlIfKiCCO 299 Broadway 7 NwifltoikOtr p Ar DR G 1 BURTON J PI1DENTDENTIPTAll t PRONE1G2R r f r srw Utgan UloCJ upJln SPRINGFiELD KY JJ DR JC KUDDB- ysicjan L l and Surgeon k Office hours 8 to am I 1 to 2 pm1 v Offices over Haydons Urugator r WFGRGSBY 1TORNEYAT LWIj tJWc tr or btn iwP4i KvS TIIo k HYATt f 1 DMW 4f IJ Office over Rod Cross Dru r Store Office hours Hyatt 1O8- mJ tol2m 4t5pm f i j Mc WILLIAMS rL Notary PublicFj fWILLISBURG KY Depositions a Specialty t 4 Y MAYEs SP YEAOER MAYS YEAflER Funeral Directors t j IandEmbalmers TELEPHONE DAY1N1QHT74I SPRINGFIELD KYj I I ORfF TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber It Pental work at reasonable prices r U work guaranteed rt SPRINGFIELD KXl TREES t Fruit and Ornamental I 4 Shrub Ap ragas Rhubarb PODes RosePhlox etc Growers of wLat we sell FreeI 4 ft Catalog po Agents H Y Sonslli11enmeyer Lington Ky f I A Commissioners Sale j J L W Goode Adinrs etc PUt n Equity NW Ward guard etc Dfta By virtue of a Judgment and order of a1eof the Washington CiKct Court rendered at the Oct term 1F1 2 in the above styled cause I shall proceed to off er for sale on the premises near Taxas Kyori SATURDAY NOV 23 1912 at2oclock pmi or thereabout to the Tughest bidder at public auctipn upon a credit of 6 12 and 18 months the following described property towit A certain tract of land eituaced in Washington Co Ky on the waters fLittle Beech Fork known as tbe DofIfl Debo farm butnowned by the heirs f oi JT Goode deceased The above tract of land contains 100 seres more or less and has good frame dwelling stock barn and other necessary outbuildings This farm is located within less than mile of the village of Texas and iis first class lana for corn tobacco andgeneral farming For the purchase price the purchasers j with approved security or e oreties must execute botid bearing interest gl bavintrBidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms C F BOSLEY MC WCJ crr TOWN seoQLocal Happenings Interes The Freshest and Latest li AlUbout Yourself Friends and Acquaintances 14ttZ0 iFOli SALE IOO Locust ports Some end posts I R LOIerafnts F0RSAE75 tons first dlass timothy biJYJ A Boulvare v Pur pure Mpcha and Jacdot tfeehi tba finest t he obtained McE roy Shader FARME1tSCOSJP in and st our Timothy S edbcst on tllf trfarlctt Tjiey are cheap Get oljrlprice t R D LAKE Co FR SALE One poer cut king box J W Tucker djPulleitsMrsj W Tucker Fresh oysters and celery eety week from now ujtu the end of the seasou at McElroy Shade FOR SALE 6 Duroc Jerse boars of tht very hst breeding at farmers prices E SMae1Jr n Tno Ladles Aid Society of the WillfoburgClifistain church will give a box upper atihe hall Thanksgiving tight Everything yon need for yourj Thanksgiving dinner you Jill fiind fresh und new at McElroy Shader FORSELE7 thoroughbred Scotch Collie pupslSO L Grundy You will find Monaro Mince Meat the best to be had t McElroy Sha erIFOR LALEBarred Plymouth Rock cockerels each pullets 75c also IMrsti t For your Thanksgiving dinner order one of our Monaicb Plum Puddings They are as good CLn be bad Shader asII McElroy f LosTOn Monday November 11 a winter lap robe between ndy home end Willibburg Finder willreturn same to me and re ceive reward J A COULTER A box suppar will be given at the Frederick town school house un Wednesday night November 27th There will be recitatibns and songs during tbeevening- Theprocceds to be used for the libraryNOTICEAll turkey buyers Washington county must 10I their scales tp the County office Nov2bd or 30th to bej tested I will be there both days J C GORDON inspector 1 have moved to the Rhine hurt property opposite Grio st ads Poultry house where I amprepared to do all kinds of sewing Will be glad to Lave friends call ou me flmY Zula NallyI Phone26WD t re an extra supply 1of oysters and celery for the Thanksgiving trade You will Und the quality of our oysters cannot be excelled McElroy Shader The ladies of tho Methodist church desire to thatk all who TOPIOB DR1 V MANNINGI DENTIST SPRINGFIELD KY Offices oer McElror Shaders rocerr Phnnf 281R Hours 8 tto 12 1to4 r so iindly helped bpm vritltihcu dinner served at the Walnut S1treetThareon last Sunda Ill nere is a basket and a few dihefe that have not been called hranl the e thing hnve be n left at the Methodist Parsonage where thaownors are requested 0 cull and get them The adies of Pleasant Grove tfill serve a county court dinner on county count day n 4ay- Our Diana Sponge Cakes ate Reully Good If you willI oieyou will want ato her MnBlrov Sheder No v the cold weather has come you will Vauta gnofl face cream See Miss Iose Lee who r preseUs th finest toiltsturtic e hou ivthe United Mutes All tihum id hvts feathers vel v t and felt shapes at cost Soils at greatly reduced prices Gome in no trouble to show you WILLIAMS IThe sale of MrI W F Booker Tuetday was well attended ard good prices were realized on all things sold Mr and Mrs Booker have moved to the resi dence in Springfieldrecently Vacated by W R Seleeman IMIs R A Mela tire has for sale 104 turkeys pure wild ndaI cross of theM B and wild These turkeys are vigorous have good weight and tine plum age prices toms 54 pullets 3 at the iouse Si per head extraS delivered at Springfield also Buff Orpl1 lOn chickens IJudge J J Gentry of Louis conduct a Sunday School Insti ute at the Baptist rilIotures will continue throughout the week at 3 and 7 pm The lectures of Judge Gentry will be on questions of special interest to all Sunday school workers This hi a rare treat for all who will attend t Grandfathers Clock the stile of Mr Ben Ed IAt the advertisement oft whichappears in li5 isue there willbe sold anlId giand fathers clock of Cerry wood in good running Older and known to be over one hundred 3etrs of age Seekers fur old fqrni ture will find what they are looking for if ihey buy this ekeS c An Old Nimrod Among the hunters who have applied for licensn in this county was Mr Ed McLain who is 81 years ofage One of The re markable features Of this appli cation was the fact that in signing his application he did so without glasses fie is a man remarkably preserved for nisi years and enjoys the sport the sameas when lie was a boy chool Improvement- The im rovemenl of the graded sjhiol grounds which hasj = JT1ibeen under way fuj some months has b en comple ed and tije grounds UHVP taken otf a ubw aj peanttce The ork was ex pensive in its nat rp andywhen it was begun iit dinot appear that when compact d it would be so thjrough in it effct begin witt the g unds had 10I be thoroughly J aded IV e grading was donJ thorough and ttiit of itself 4Lj itai gr t tmproveuit in thv general ap pearance The grc iind was ihen plan eti in trees 0 various va de its including Norway and Manitoba Mrtpfes Mil berry s Catalpas Klmain ck weepers etc The buiidmg ow standsf in a square of Amen in elm A wad of stone erected in a lint undslt1lthis Wrtll is plante a hedge Jf California Privet The grounds make a much better appearance and the trustees ui to be coa gratulated in thttffurts tp beautify the ground Inatantly Killed One of the most f Jghtfu acci dents that have haj pened for a laty time wasc otto le pi Saturday urternoon in which Llr Ed Cu sick lot his life Mr Cusic aud several others ere movi- ntheircioverhulter ith a tac thin engine In al erupting tc couple the ergine and cioyei iiuiler Mr Cusick zot beneath the back carriage ol the etgine in order to coupk she tong of the cloyer huiler In bucking the engine the put on the en gne was unaware o Mr Cusick being beneath the machine and in btcUing the heav rear wheels of the machine st uck MV Cu sicks body crush rK him so severely that he d ed in a few minutesi Mr Cusick was about 52 years of aye and was a mn highly regarded in the cou ty fee had for ears been engaed in running a thresher tr cLine and was held in the hip best regard oy all for his fair dealing and uprightness He is survived by- his wife arid 9 chilcren Funeral services were con ducted at Manton Monday andI bur ul was in Sj Domincs cemeteay The arye crowd which attended was testimonr of the respect in while he was held BurnedOutS The fire cry was eard In our SatIiwhen it vas discov red that the Fitzgeritire originated in tl a cellar before discovered Iud andI such headway thaiit tqok the tire department tw hours tq get the flumes checkec The main difficulty encounte ed was the difficulty in getting to the fire be c use of the dense fsmoke which bar rod iiiunhi ttce When checked all the low T part of the building was very eve rely dam airtd bylltmes smi ke and water Thfi large stock off confections and chritmas guo s were atotal Joss Tile buildin was closely inspcted but ov ieuty some paik WHS left nnt smouldered for hours break iout in theII early bows of Su lay morning and burning the tide walls so badly 4hat the b ilding will be alirist a t tal loss F tzterad HH tlelns place has been a fnvorit eating house peopleIof the county ar d he traveling public as well rid its being burnt out is a los which will be greatly felt by jie puolic as well as by its own rs The loss will bjj about 3500 with 2500 insil ne on thE building and 71the sod 1 fountain J Iqh Sunday m iling when the k w L fira broke out the second time there were sleeping in the build Jug Mr Michael Fjtzgerald OWt Ike Wriln an for young- men from liouisville r1 J Stoehr Hnzird Tiyldrl Joe Ban and Frank 81o3ine 3aptist Home Coming Next Sunday wl be home coming dayatthH Baptist ch rcli in3rIof the church to have all mtin bers all who haye been members and f i lends of the chuich pie entThe Spnday School is working for two hundml Yi u are u rued 10 attend the srvics- iheI following is the program 930 am ttunday School 1100 am tddress J Gentry ndleJj wiIH Wi hams 1230 pm Roll Call of the church aud dinner on the ground 230 p m StJWon Rev R L Purdom Fathers and mothers are urged to come and bring tneir children to the Sunday School which u ill haye features of spi cial inton stj New Church Dedicated The dedication services of the M E Church South whicb were iild here on last Sunday Ntv 17 were very impressive Phi day was an ideal one und the audience which assembled titled the house 0 its utmost capacity The Sunday School n om and auditorium were thrown together which made a seating capacity for about four hundred ptooie Tie music provided for the cc c sion wfcs from the Methodist Hymnal and was well rendered At eleven oclock the dedicatory sermon was preached by Dr E G B Mann of Lexington Ky from the following text found in Matthew 1619 And I will give unto thee the keys of the kingdom of h yen and wdoso ever thou shal bind on earth shall be bound in heaven and whpsoeyer thou bbalt loose on on earth shall be loused in theaVen The sermon was scholary and spiritual from beginning to end Dr Mann is one of the strongest men in the- M E Church youth he is the eaitur of the Central Methodist Advocate and is Presiding Elder jof the Mavsvillo District Fol lowing the sermon a collection was taken in which 1600 was raised in a very sborttime Phs was a sufficient amount to tree the church from debt and follow lug this it was formally dedicated and set apart for the worship of Almighty God church is a beautiful ITte euuated on lain St tthe site where the old churcu and it was on this spot th ttIIan old brick church stood aud Iac ordin to the records hero has been usea as a Methodist cuurch for nearl7 one hundred years rids ch rcr tl atacostofabiut7000 I isan Well adapted for t crpose f r which it was intended Tax Notice will be my duty on5 Decem IIcIt Ut 10 turn over to the Cbunj Clerk a list of all delinquent tax payers in the Sprnyfield Graded School District and a1 tax warrant will he issued against every delinquent on that date If you have not paid your tax please give it your undivided attention anJ save us all trouble U C WHARTON Treasurer All parties indebted to the firm of Harmon Foster for sawing or who may become indebted toI said firm are hereby notified not rto py the same until further notice John Foster J ww w tim w i ie iai DEFENDER BRED SOW SALE f li AT SPRINGFIELD SATURDAY DECEMBER 21 9 for 0 1 I will offer for sale I Q r jfr 1= 1111 60 Head DufOG Scj s 9 Sired by Ohio Chief The Professor ProUd Advance Johns Ohio Chief Superba Top Col Orior Chief Chief Qrioii God Enuff JJ5 I i Againand Good Enuff Again Jr Col King C Ts Col Garnett Col High Chief bred to Defence r for spring litters The attrac Jr r tions will be the Ohio Chief Proud Advance Johns Ohio Chiefand Superba S9W bred to Defet Jler Anotr attraction will be two W paprl boars by Defender They are extra good and will make show winners next summer W jjlI sella choice lot of sprIng guts 19 rbrd to Professor Boy a great son of the Professor out of Zelma 35th Willsell some choice fat pigs by Defendr and Superba and- p Instructor You will never find a better offering Catalogues only sent on request WrIte for ne early i3 h lij E S IViayes Jr Sprirtgie1d Ky 1 1rji 1 iiu I a ij 1 IUI DERWEE ARi I stoJtYou can fit1d full line of the popLar styles in W I mans and Childrens garments at this store J rITHE ROBERTSON CLMB800KE COt 8 iNCORPORVTD ir 1 0fe m JJBDJ s =1 Foot Ball The font bi irann hrro Jan Friday t hie itenK lv jt t ing we regret to rcp rt wur up in a row The game wis vo interesting up urtil thjis o cir red and both sides had al tns ciuld do to handle the other thus m king an interesting gam The visitors plaHl a spendid gamp but th horn buys were viden tl a little be ter than theIn the first hllr the visitors had the hmo nOR near their go d and thing bi gin to look somewhat squally when the tircektEper called Time up- In the3secondhaf tie Springfield boys got the visitors to the edge of the grid it and in a scramble our boys in the jjudg ment of tbn referee got a ouch down Tne decision was dspu ted byte captain of the visitors and thy left the gridiron and refuSed to play further thu giving the home boys the vicj tory Another good game is promised on Thanksyivioi day as 111Ipay The game will 11 Uouht be a veaj inurestinj oieas the home usIThe guise as played at present is not as many suppose a brn Ital affair It is agaujeof science nota knock out bnddrag out affair Many people of this place have never seon a football game aodlf they wish their tirst one to be a goed one they ought to come eut noxt Thanksgiving dy as all signs point o a god gntn Lexington Tobacco Market LThe Loose Laaf market opened at Lexington Kyft jn i Tuesday A lige numherof the buyers and warehousemen from the Springfield market attended the first sale and all report a satisfactory market Y sterdays Courier Journal says IJhl Lexington loose leE tobacco market opened for the season this morning and while on ac CQU t of the dry weather the quantity of tobacco offered was comparatively small he prices realized ere excellent The top price of the dy was 36 octets a pound received for a basket of fancy oigareltej stuff belong ing to J C Bosworib a brother- f btate Auditor Henry Bos worth The entire lot pf tobicqo offered by Mr Bosworth aver aged 32c Lots std by othev farmers ayerag d 18 10 14 and 12icentsf The iarcstofferings of the day were av the Growers Warehouse whete about pounds wore put on tale Altogether about 125000 lbaA wero sold utpf ices ranging JTrom 4 to aTxceuts The qff rlnRs today indicate that the quality of the tobacco was beter than that oit US5 year there being less grern nnl tfiShy stuff and tba prices w ere 1sldte tf r t NSBOYSTS1 I ANB ELEKY I I TrI i tII l RECEIVED DAILY AT L ptr1 It if I BENEDET4rFR1SII WAND 1 S t j JJ I 4 Reliabland CompreliensiYeTeJejlione Sptce Ifs necessary to conduct successfully a business enterprise The Cumber Telephone arid Telegrhph Cpnipany gives you a universal service that is local connectionswith all citlzensitn your town and Long Disfonce n s ne tions to all outside ithportaht cities and fowns You get ezoctly what you pay for Call our Manager for further information The dIA rid is not for cheap telephone service but for reliable and comprehensive tele phone service CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated j JI J F DANEEI oLD Pros and Treas J F DANIEROLD Jr VicePresidenl GEOSTWYMANS tiecke1ryf1 j Maini Street Tobacco Warehouse Co JNCORpOHAtED MAIN STREET HOtJSErnD PENDENT j DANNENHOJD CO Proprietors I 92325 W Main Street bet 9th and 10th thUISV1Ir EKY 1 I Storage Four Months Free of Chare f Best Light in City l Bust Inspection AuctionJSalesIaily 1 I Returns Prompljy Made I 11 MarkyourHogshea4s MAIM sTrtEgrH0USE 4S if SPECIAL NOTICE TO THE TOBACCO GROWERS ThQs thave not yet receives those valuable certificates should wnte at o Wbrl5 the Main Street War hOJlSe Company V t r t 4 = a 1 4 xi4 + I TFMFORSALE 1 I About 150 Acre Situated about 1t miles frdmFairfleld Nelson county am 4 public road There iis about 0 acres ojf good tpbtceo mdsti tfarm after being cloated There l5O3no Snt white oK iiatir a 4 Iother thither suitable fo1 building purpo e8s A goo4 po d good x spring a good portion ot the fcncng1iwOvsn wIre with Wmik loqM- V r post There is about 60 acres 8utable gum CarR d z axt- year balance ef clearedbuvlsown in jjrto Then s no bui sa thisl farm butjleht pftiraber for IldlngjurpoM Trpfriijtnc- illon ti E B WELLSQHRRY F1k- ij i Z 7 TO SEEK SUNKEN TREASURE Jet LMet i4ss MMW sf LyWN4 YIII Mew YMk etis fer I KUJero1 aeod Iiiiit Jtui1 hi Miodit k mIaI J7 p IsrYittoTMiisaboa t tosiqvwo neaT IiIr tru Ia t s ai jr ru HkM MUlk s tkf l f le KoOMi ta tt Z17SS im i The Ltttte ITM a war YtMel cap I r d tl7 iL JrfNa the Frenck ad lfM zcI t H wrflig U MMt wwtf itM bars wkeB she WM hit WMiWiMHrft The MlTtf work WM ewmA fqr pw spntk test t== tJU aMoac the thing krMC ht uyafUr ths neck had been 4V ffiIH waf a Wfllpr rf d with fcetiiMtMid a plecs ei rope lli Om MM Wet Iroii 4raw up b r the wps Me rMcto Mr Miller loldti i wMcl hi to theruitiCxjiala rtNtatr commwadfr of tht LyO211Ii eoM4 tkt with a weeksfi Inc TreatiMr tte sunken treasure fII b 4cover alyaie opera liare t b rmiiied uxt May- I fl Lye uiwk1t ieltthig a Aa4i ia-p t t ak HDa yIiTCferMMM Tha ttkiay tie Mt ajart IIJ1 ellgloui and 4b iMral iMtnetlMi Wl ft if Febru11 r aiy M nan MqM JQT 4 b 1fMate tThtISZUS aDdl com ritll afiftf dip and it ltHtJtr bE de it I 1iinw t9UC the labo- rMMMTvhr t a Maltk day L1rslY tO apeadin tiaai to locking tbdught u nek am ImporUai element in hfU hafpb Naad eilclency as pubh l4Wtk f tbqskt Dr Ellen A aia iut1atdent of the 4 vts it St kMMltK and heredity el tH Raw MAMjuWre Woas Tern naH 1I1I18II irh taltlaled a health g j ai Tfinat Ia Nsw Ha pthlre a 0 t 4J brt P qsyro gay I 1Tkf Twaltk 4aj ylaa at with quick Mi flkTwraW r faaic Besides the fa ral iirMh of local temper tis r iM p iiiiit the state Ute ait CriSt rtMTTrii Medical assocla FtI s4a aUMal committee tIl Oi ams itet W r4 sf health the pub BrstfcMli th Had the aews Lics4 Qc Its TM an Many AnlmaU Have a WIt Teeth kaowa that foxea are r s as Lea but la pltt theyMnyiHiitj M hief4M evtea fl the fezes ettem devour tISe three ratetmeloas la qae Thiy tpirelIeve their 4 J thkataWsllaisih2ylagthelrloy far awwt thsmf They will also ea tWKteUjr tears which gfow on the v irU4 eaeU aI4 are erea sospected of s roaWa lcfrnIV trees There are lloas Uvlnjf la a very dry yart ef Africa which Quench their f thirst eei small meloas whic t crow wm there vitw Ieezal3aarfadotthiItan4ea lii ef WrrUc la the atttnmn tI I Theftr jweet teetH4 leafle them to at Uek Wwifre se aadthey do DOt sC r ee t ek as you Might think aatketr thick fur frotecta them nom the aacry hees f I MeUen Picture Machine far Hems r IV rapM JMtloas 4lke those of fly faf SllMctJa say claeauitofjraph ap t 2960 iuccuds ylewi siees it IX feetef fla amd as tke wa t 9fUg f tile AIm for each exjptMre ta iMgoMlfcte at such speed Itbsiirii artlfivenby electric parks eack lastlm mot more ttian e rfliMtftMlti ef a secoad TW plo tr tfJMTWMora the tcreea at mwr ii picture rate r 4 Etisr twatyaueceutve views pet tJi s better peroepk uJ6t rlln111 are dl ati th4 efe V follow A new liiit MeMse It that of a home l efM ifii tht nm wake moving T iyrbody for THl MJtI01U1ced that VkM MW rn 1rom ip feet of film wl3L1jtpree4 upea eighty feet iTI 4Watt1 w1tl coapare with MViac MadOM ia oott Jii fcy Accldint 0ttL1HLl 1fH th4t cl1nd by the 1jlTft Iu this matter the tfrtjOwtevfeM the advantage of the art A cam change it at maturity jfn449t aiawhe name was jfriagafr kai a draghfcf who was eiiata 4 Constancevery thought UMly AT i54 SRfqr a baby per togethjrWltteekaw i U poll the Joke London tc Am win Trick of Meesengers I jpkcjs a ye1 commoi F f wjttAm eMQgera because ot the toeaBtfement derived from Ijt l KeeaeUts la sUcking a newathmp on a g jf etjiofie prominaBt place and vateMalE thV Tarlous attempts of faseersrby to pick It up width of essjjtv ate unEuccessfuL London MM1 1UAii n the 0 F 4My peattfstf profanity prooca Mem wrHei iJi L L 9to be taken I a church eatertalnment by my wife ami hare to remain calm while a ajiwky sbcfoeted thing which calls t fteeK a teeer and bar a taco like a ear warhres T WilD I Were a 11ll k1 r Mere Light IJreaJaair enthusiasts are teafflar es kto moat of us but we hear lees ef eathuriasm for light Darken ei parlors darkened bedrooms dark teed sickroom are too common Sir W RIchardson the eminent Londoa scientist and physlcln1declared that when the pmfeMors ot keallar eat ter a slckTotim their fret words la most eases ought to be Goethes dying exclamationl More light More light The light of the sun is GodlB Iown microbe killer germicide dlIIJn1 fectant prophylactic sickness There a ne physician no chemical an toItj it nature could not perform her tuna Lions Man beast bird Insect would victims to the deadly gases that Ifan prevail The norrid mists and gases are dispersed and de composed by the action of light Let It la everywhere Let the light in more and more abundantly Faded fadedIf darkened lives The ChrlsBao Her aw IJqYour Life t wonder of what QM eare and why we are put on earth Oae day is added to another and we seem to be no further advanced on the pathway of our lives As Mark Twain ppearfthere is room lin the world and need t In the w tld for each and everyone onlgoing to end Emerson has a poem In which the squirrel talks to cannotrcarry on my hack neither can somerdo live your life You have the chance If you will only take It and I have mine If We can do nothing else wen at least be some ones friend and there la nothing that the world more keenly wanta and sadly needai essm JoarnaL IFortune Prom Watercresa Mrs James is said to have amassed waterEcressdon Mrs James has been selling watercress ever since she was five years old beginning with two small basketfals Hard work is the secret Jof success Mrs James declares t stand out In the open every morning from three oclock tnt ten and rafter 10that I have to look after the fresh cut watercress which arrives from my farm by every passenger train Study your customers never disappoint them give them the best and you must succeed Mrs James has a Uthekeeps a motor launch ApologyI g that ted flag and stopping the tralnt englueertwrong us replied Meandering Mike We was holdin a little meet anIlute f Unable JO Count liuyond Four A close observer has definitely es 11IeA rook never returns to its nest ItIs quite satisfied that there untllI danger near When four less departed in succession from ft nearby log cabin the rook would turn to its nest after the last reIgone out of sight But whenever were more the bird lost count and returned to its nest even while some twere still In the hut I Monkeys tormed Gibraltar A modern Battle of Gibraltar tookI place In the old Moorish castle as a civil prison between the usedI eeys that Infest the Rock and the prison warders One monkey nearly choked Senior Warden Cheehon toI death and the simians finally drove their human foes Into the prison The monkeys have been cousidered almost tame They pre Barbary apes and are the only monkeys In Europe not In captivity Childs Timidity Averted Tragedy II A Tallangatta Victoria woman after undressing her child in the Jdtcheq one evening recently told the II little girl to run upstairs to bed re fates an AnstraUan exchange The hUd whimpered and asked not to be sent upstairs without a light The mother after scolding the child for her foolish timidity got a light andi accompanied her upstairs when she was horrified to find a large blackimake curled up on the pillow Telling the Banana A banana is a hard thing for the greenhorn to buy right One way to tell is by the tip end If it is sweet the tip is small and comes to a sharp point If there is an abundance of thick tough akin full of leathery fiber something is wrong with the banana maybe it has too much plan talnlnlt Avoid the banana with the tip all spread out with too much knot if ram it tfle end New York Press JAInIcaptivity in Maldon Essex for years has just died It was a female purchased in Leadenhall market and ter several years made a nest ana laid eggs On one occasion says the Dun dee Courier hens eggs being given to It to sit on it hatched and reared a brood of chickens but In other years the chIC were always eaten as Boon M batched = yt FORk 3 tOiiEIbeI4Ua r t TWit tht Mt ri ol Dr Plcrees Favor to Prescription the one remedy fofj I ise tMi ttntihf ae alcohol andno habit forminj dru s Made from native I iUlarf itrtst rMl DfTiercetclIs its every ia redientoa the bottle wrap i2 prtrrjnrnf yiij tflut sad some of the best medical quthoritics endorse these 1 i riilA I i 7Mst known remedies forailments end weaknesses This is what This Gisxnrn E CoFFEr of Ky says I fool it my duty to write and toilLonstrcclI I your medicines have done for I was a for six years from a trouble pcctUar to women but I am thankful to say after taking Jour bottle of yoifr Favorite Prescription Ian 11ot bothered with that dreadful dlscaio any more I loci like a now woman When I first wrote you foradvice I only weighed 115 oundsnowI weigh l I thank you very inucli or your kindness You have Veen as a father to mo lit ndvlsing mo what to do so mayI God bless you In ovary cilori you put forth for good thopo this tcsttmonlsll will bo tho means of some poof itffcrlag seeking he lib A l J9c MdIL Adruer newly revised tiptedtc edition answers hosts dls loiiVtnt wIeb evtnr vrcircn iia s paarricd ought to limit A r WAS CHEERFULAND RESIGNED Entertaining Event That Dispelled thu WasIfHow do you like this weather Al gernon asked ifa Topfloor as he int the elevator one cold evening last week 1i doesn mla It sah Taln eo bad but ft might be better replied Alger aoa Impartially Any 01 tlng de good LoM likes s ltsmesah IIlls pleasant to find you so re signed and so cheerful commented Mr Topfloor Tank you Is right cheerful die ebeniji replied Algernor with a broad grin rs mighty blue las night but 1a well now tank de Lad I had a right pleasant aftnoon at a frens house an dat kin cheer me up Wol de casion De casion was de funeel ob his sister Dere was mighty big dolns to celbate de vent an de whole party so cheerful anslgued like I couldn help bein elebated up too Yessar dat so de half dollars and quartahs de does count taflk you sab tank yo Hebbe yo don know ash pursued Algernon cheerfully as Mr Topfloor took out his latch key to open his front dor dat de gas pipes la froze an dere sin no dinners bein cooked In de partmens dis ebenln De gas mans confahlatln wit de pipes now He done brung his bag o instuments an I guess he gwine operate on dedjfent fieters but ef he say deres any danger of a conflabgra tlon lade bcmse I uttiy will rimform yo sah4ew York Press r Too Polite Thero are many humorous anecdotes current among his countrymen which Chedo Mljatovlch relates In Servia of the Servians Thefollow Ing neatly illustrates the point that there are other things more Important than mere etiquette Nasradln Chodja took much trouble to teach his poUtelytaughtthemshout Hayir Allah God bless your whenever they heard an older person unejezc Once the Chodja mending something In the open pit in his garden dIncalled to his pupils to bring a rope and drag him out The dutiful schoolboys soon found a Tope and threw It down to er master and whn Je Lad seised It bpsanblrpg hi ct Only n fw- fret mere anJ he vj be out of the rt when unfortunately thoroughly v t cs he was he sneezed pupllsdroppedtheIng Hayir Allah Thodja The poor Chodja fell back down to the bottom ot the pit Ah it serves me rlghUI he cried I ought to have taught these boys common sense first and then pollke nessYouths Companion Getting 9 Delightful Sensation An aerial expert says that In twen ty years one will be able to go from New York to Europe in fifteen hours It will certainly be a delightful sea getIIungBandit Career Nipped In Bud An amusing tale of a wouldb nan alt comes from Belgium Rene Tasse roul aged 15 riclerk in an office in Brussels was sent by his employer to bank 160 His employer heard no more of him A week later Rene now an elegant and wcll ressed youth resident In a private hotel astonished the manager of the house by rushing brnndlshlngI a pistol in either hand and offering tho oldfashioped alternative of Your money or your life Fortunately the manager was too qcick for him and the young brigand wa disarmed Tas seroul confessed that he had spent his mployerks toney in purchasing a store of pistols knives etc and had decided to rob the hotelkeeper in or der to obtain further funds before set ting out for California there to live the life of a bandit The Stars The number of stars that can be icen by a sharp ole in our hemisphere is about 3000 or 6000 in both hem spheres By the telescope of course many thousands of stare are brought out that are Invisible to the naked eye Using an instrument little more than two Inches wide there have been more tMnorthernIt has been estimated by very hIgh authorities that the total number f is Ible in the whole celestial vault wod mount up to 80QQOOOO Book Donts Good books are treasures and thy should be handled with the greatest of care by everyone Here are a few rules that should be observed Never drop a book upon the floor Never turn leaves with the thumb Never lean or rust upon an open book Never turn down the corners of leaves Never touch a book with soiled or damp hands Always place a large book upon a table before opening It Never pull a book from tho shelf by the binding at the top but by the back Never close a book with a pencil bulky1etween 4 Tobacco by the Yard On Saturday afternoons In the Port Antonio market on the Island of Ja maybeyard It is smoked by the natives and derives Its name from the fact that It Is twisted and put up In coilof like rope yards to tho coiL Cr Most Valuable ProdUcts It fa estimated that two hundred eggs are used In this country every year for each man woman and child Poultry and eggs are tho most valu able products of America Uncle Psnnywlse Says exIllaIntbeuzandoatA Success Was her bridge whist party a she rWjk Yea Indeed The woman iJvaAranteit to win got the prize b I Ladies Save Ridley rod Keep ia Style bveadinirIcCaUs III Magazine and UsixMcCallPatterns n r Ila Migazine will iftyou dress silat a modcruo- pensoby keeping a posted on the tpst fixsblctis In lolbes aud hits ow Fashion DosUm each laoc Alto lunbla Information a all bomoaud per nut matters Oilr u year Includlntf free patient Sub rrlbe today ot send free samplo copy Patieru will enalj Jp zoo to make m ol1r1 own home rlitiTourojkn bands clothing for perfteIIncents Send for free pattern Catalogue Yr FM niuoU for irettlnc subIscrlptlons among youlfrlends Send Premium Catalogue aSd Cash Prlzo ttfeO SuldW l i1 norts Jby JLUI ii r OTH 1RR EARTH IIJ What Corn and iotatd Clubs Do F Foroys1r GROWTH OF THE MOVEMENT Jefferson County ttids With Its Magnificent Gardening tand How Wil liam Frey Grew Eightyeight Bushels of Potatoes on on fourth of an Acre Gradually the thinking school people are beginning to sob and understand that if the parent will not go to the school theschul must gp to the home nnd make Itleif felt Nothing has helijed morethis movement than the boys cur 1and potato duLl In this and ninny jther states The tremendous growtli of the movement is due largely to a rational use of the childrens entliuslu and islre TU DO SOMETIIIXCK THEMSELVES riKASUKb IN f ACHIEVEMENT ICOMKS FpoM qpiNG IT voun SELF andllen8Ufln achievemont ii the lurKest factor h human life nhnlltI t visited them on S urday 2d of No ember be found hem busy storing second crop pota es for the winter market ItWilliam Frey the Jilder brother grew onefourth of un itqe of potatoes this sensed He hnrv sted elhtyflxht bushels of nlciillilj ubers on the plot When he was nsl4d about tile crop and Its cultivation ie said Yes thuS yield s some better tItan most of the nelKlf ors around here You see eliIityelj t bushels on my little piece ls the 4 We as 117 barrels the acre Of nirse did some 10 the iu lKhtx ri didnt do because dill nil of my wrU from the three linn the KoviriimA sent me Evory lunlv tlnvs innuiin tiller when riley lirenk tin cmimd tlii plnp hut used my two Ms wi on ioi1s of nttfod niaiiure for n top doiIIrftr niy tiiidI here said my juttntoiM woro IIrker Keeit than any of the others till nclslihorhood an we nil saw tI t the vines were mighty heavy mi fit I went over the patch three times wflb a fourteen tooth ULLI i1 Ab IOTATOK- Hcultlvnlor un Iiilj crivful not to let it cut defjior tii ntvn incliis After that pivr It to jVUiirH with u tire IYyear hiIount Itll niukt tlit quarter of nn arm tutelity vol bccnuHJ Its r 0 lu gol- lVin JItroy thH younger brother bus mi fire of urn tbe tontcHt but It had not hiix when your cor resjiumlinit Ilh1111e fnnrj early l t thatIftitaincr md the elf Iteeu ItETTJfctood upon tire ere gave of a large yield Mhok4rr planted the Ho tit l County lipfuldonly about bnl i siICounty for replinii ig the acre Of course u bad stum Is a mighty poor Start In a corn coot L Next time ain ffoln to test the si so as to be sure about my stand Yes used a loi if manure on that acre Before I plov d it this spritlg scattered four big ids of manure so pouid turn It undctm I was golu to is more plowln anicultlvattu than tit body around here Jhis year but n bi windstorm tunjrled it so I hud to quit e fry did cultivate It four times nn dij ut stir the ground there thiiii two iiirls s deep The direc lions for corn uuf that a strong point bliGhtI rnfcna men yo1 bpo J sausiactory lIen on Theatrical Mnnn er Very Two of pur meat entngortic critics died Judge i FRIGHT SCARES FORTH HAIR Experience of Arkanss Man Attasked In Dark by Catamount Long h B1t been a recognized fact that the greatest of discoveries may come not through long conducted and fatiguing search but in the twinkling rt an eye in an accidental manner Such a discovery now taIls from Mur freesboro Pike county Arkansas A rerident ol that village entered his wcodtlicd la the gloom or a Marc rverlns to srllt an armful of wood for the next mornings breakfast Ai le did he vas met by a demoniac cry that froze the genial current ol his bleed rid at tho earsB moment a deepSntu mestIcat kind knpvr- nts a cataincm In Arkaryrrs and a LoEoat farthert west iran hi describing this attach IIhe the frcczlmy eflect upon his oUiFollowing this cane the discovery It seems that le was quite bald with ro hofe cf tny return of hair but in jn few daIs after Ms fright there be ran to appear heaitLy hair follicles and rectlrg this he has had a re mar Ible return of hair This reap pearunce id accounted for by savants The hcr of tic Mnrfrces oro man had et r in hiding and something was teedpf to ccare t out The Catamount did this 1 here are doubtless otlirj who 7cuTd mo to try this heroo remedy but real catamount ore tat within the reaCh of everyhcd V I Afwsya Si f Cwr It Is ahvaya reat urine to iv d ol BcrrG inllllGE irsB fee vho hl tdih over n has takfn nt sono hard frlniy job at a few lnrs at wek Just n a pcor fanners or mfohuiiics ton cjlghf do But his election In a lew wrcks to Vr iiirrprrhp or lreb1nev of his fathers buslnSG hhovs a STQAtjr that toys of mqrc ImraUe rrrrrtae ClO harJly hope to raual CLrstn Fcimc Monitor PRrCKL PEARS Eat Thom as Indians Do Jt You tike Thair Peculiar Flavor Nobody hut an Indian knows how to eat u prickly pear The fruit grows on the edge of u thick green lent and bristles with myriads of closely se thorns sharp as needles and tine at hairs Though they cannot be sees with the naked eye they win certainly bo felt as any One who has tried the usyal method of picking them with a pocket handkerchief can testify The One thorns penetrate the fingers and the hush swells festers becomes In flamed anq It neglected often de velojia Into a serious case of blood Indian wants to eat It be cuts a small stick sharpens It and thrusts the point Into the ripe fruit Slicing off the pear with a sharp knife end holding It on the stick he peel It taking care to avoid touching the rind With his lingers lie drops the peel on the ground to the bitter sorrow of an barefoot boy who happen ttf step on It liking for cactus fruit may be no ipilred 1 like the taste for olives hoP It not likely ta rival the cantaloupe or even the humble grapefruit In popu lar favor It resimliles cracked wnl nut shells iiioixtcned with trstituttli ed with sawdust uud cork ifltti sprln tried with lirown siar n little leUllu julfe nnd a dash of quinine Any one who tastes It once Is sritlsfledlto let ti Indian gather the entire crop New YorK rir t THINGS ALL OUGHT TO KNOW- As Christian UhitrStudensThe Sat isfactcry Prosf of Why Gad Permits Evil One rf ta miexIMis v hUh omes tto nenrlv every tIuli log itilmf ttdiy Why dus 111Iitt ovIY As ve jil M ii MirM we observe third III fiHl riv iinUriible sic lul ii MI kiTv trial we eIuttt iirinot help wuiulirliitf WilYl 1111 ALLOWS IT Ve rldl Mhut N aluilchly rinO tlint III rpllUl itN lll It If lie vlsllpd Ve ietil Hlrt Word ibat IIIi more nlMiiiK to do for His rlHMrvn than Ur euitiily pareiits for theirs and we lnoxv how iiMnli IlisiJ irein yet of tiitliiHH stmria licit those who try to do anti live rlfchi buvi the most rule Thin qiipxlluii Is made very lnir In a Imo cull til 1 lie Divine ini of trrstntflilPlit Ji lu lIll ft rijiMiro utirlshuurut Ihr Vljti vC hus nit win lion evil HE- n llMi ITKIIISR IN ILOY IMJ SIX AND DKATII TO lUlON Tins sx riiorsAXD VKAIJS This limn oilier lll JeoU of deep lilinit to nil tf jiiiijtle are ills iiisscl fully nnd lu lancna easy of oinpreliiiisloii III iiigpi rnnui Swedish Duuo NorwiKlMii jIllnlian rimli Vrcck HunenrlinrSctilli rillnh Holland Klniiltili Svrlar iinl TurkoAr urnlaii hujireim IlInl IT5 pajea vliiili IKJUIII X cents post laM Addres Hlblo njul Tract Socle Iv l1Hlrkll tIuet nrbiklyj rl Y CJucational PogressIAre you paused wit h onr F1III J1ItInlua fi IIiirPliiii in1iIIwith her They htivcttt jlrIdI uiil KilKiNh vt fir 11 TI k tnli zl iniiltrstiiiiil I 1 III Milt RUNDOWN PEOPLE Made Strong by Vinol Rundown conditions are caused by overwork worry too close eon finement a chronic cough or cold which it is difficult to cure We want to say to every person in this conditionyou need Vinol our delicious cod liver and iron tonic without oil the great strength creator It will supply iron to the blood In the most easily assimilated forni create a good healthy appetite strengthen your digestive organs and make you eat better sleep better and feel better A case has just come to out atten tion from West Scranton Pa Mrs Chas Proper says For three years I was all run down weak and had no appetite and after all that time I am glad to say Vinol has brought back my health and strength which is Just what I was told it would do We are confident that Vinci is the best bodybuilder and strengthcreator we have ever sold Jfty a Botfle on our guarantee to refund your money If it fails to- eneilt you ITHE GRAND 7 PROMOTERBy copyright Wit ny Associated Ut frory Press Major Crofoot grand promoter and Ceherul organizer and debt shirker Was littlejate In reaching his office He bud mounted the stairs in his usual emulous vny and decided that the Cost ivis clear when be got o sun pruf Tlie cobbler to whom be bad beiu twliiz 2 for rwo or three years was not ont waiting at the door but his slate of mind was such that be aluted the major with tgolly but I peleef you vbas run ovliy uiul tlont neffer come back flay J lIt CIIJ this be my dear old friend Was sertuuuV exclaimed the major as be extended his baud Good lands but where have you been for the last year hat been hunting for your was the blunt reply You owe me 2 und I hnf run my legs off almost to git dot money If you vhas in your ofllceThen openttimrun nvhay wait for you here ills morning und we shall settle oop or bat some tights Fights tights My dear Mr WOe sermon dont get excited Conic right Into my oWe and well talk it furIve had check lyingon my desk for you for the lust six mouths dont want some talk mil your snid the cobbler as he refused n chair shall taki my J nod right ivhay hope and If you wont upntlv cpMid the promoter as he backed ui n lit rnsty coal stoveti get cold In tin old rtiiys when warhard up and nail few friends you did sonic work foi tue ami you dd nut demand the ready asli In fact you trusted to mytuou r reposed coulKIeme In my tlnnmitti Integrity it is tuie of the things love to reuieiuberl You eaid you would pay me In twc flay protesNd the cobbler as hU bristles continued to stand up It dil the fit has slipped my multi ft is only trifling detail dotr ever Mr Vasseruiiui presume you iire heard of the great change lu liiianclal condition You have not eon rutuluted me but you will us stx u e your excitement Is past told you doiit want KOaie talk replied the iobbier as be lbegan t Eonlit himself It you vuss n rref iiiiln now you lau pay your olddebts Tie fue my tear friend TIt true ran 1000 for every rent IILI IL reeling N n placid one Yoi oiie up here tills Morning ti oltctt Hi isldriiiiut of SL muse tSie luajoi- Ml sI lmdnuj usjUloii of tbejjooi Kjk nwaltins you My oid friend ituni have a lit or ftiint away when announce till fad that yOU have beer appointed trensurei of the Unlversa Coat lIaisIng company whl b has just boon liuorponitel with a capital l 000000 Vhlll you pay me di t 2 interrupt ul the collider as lie reached for the majors coot collar wilt suavely replied the major There is 2 conjni to you for repair sing my shoes AS treasurer 6f tbe 0 O U C you should file n bond of at least 50000 It uilbt give you some trouble to do so antI as you are an old friend of mine Ijiropose to extend the glad band In other words will duce the bond to the trilling sum of 2 and that squares the debt Do you think youll hare time to bunt up a ultot office rooms this afternoon You had better come In anti let the go over to the bank with you nnybow Hereafter you will pity by cliinlc yet know It will also he well for you to get some new tllh us soon us you can think this b about nil i think Und vlrere vhas my 2 demanded tbe cobbler us u lump withered In bit throat f bout illl Mr Washerman except that we shall deii In goats of both sexes and all colors By golly hut vhat a mansrrvhat n doduer dont pellef he glfs me my money pellef he tries to be som deadbeatst And If yon think of It continued the major ns he stepped on the cob biers toes to tun1 him toward the door jon might inquire around and see if you eon ascertain If there are any long tailed goats to be found in the country If there are it would be well for us to mix the long tailed and the short tailed together for scenic ef feet nan a fmid 3000000 bobtajled goats pasturing In one great bunch would lacK variety Vvlll yon make inquiries utone and report r What ninhe Imiurlm bOil t vha toy 2 WitS slioutcil And have been told MrW sser man that violet Colored goats were bad tempered lIuc1f their milk bad been known to give children tita neednt lose no time over them By golly by iroliy gasped the cred liar as he leaned riilIit the door cas higl You nijgLi ei Hie Janitor ns you gt low lielhve lu was taken on here be ause bevliev nil nliout KontM II he irisut a r touch nuiy give yot lot of pointers Always Inquire fli sJnit ir Mr Wasserman What ptitYes htijo too Imny no robbed more MVell goodliy And as the bhluer clattered down itnlrn the major tlsnu1 the door not two whlspenl Ioor nnn ltatCuuid tIe bS tii wither tsQuite Frank About It So you are guing to marry TomTT You saw ttte niUiouncemcnt dlflnt youT Yes but Hit wasnt a fake But doarlcIt never tKoilgbt thatt Tom would bullr cliolee Tom aint my choice lies my chance Have vpu any other ijltUofUOns- to ask darllnK Darling decUied she Ki twl Clove laud Plain Dealer Enerry 9j Will Energy of vtm L soul of every freat charactei tYier It Is there Is resolute eItniter where It Is not there Ic fjijutuefis with effemlnqcy lespnilency iieslect of duty and tall are AThestronf Juan anti the water tall says a proverb chnnnel their own path I In Training v Nell Why does she always dress in black BelleShes In training fell Training for what BelleWcn YQtf h InnrrtM nil ootrOArlA J a eIl Ftirr oiilrI ALcOhol 3 PZjj oft smllaWiojpj 1it PromotesDigesUon ness and ResfCo talns 00 OpiimiMorphihe nor Jiotia1 NOT NARCOTIC Ao1JIhrii12Zfful J edims 0 0 Iftrhfffil VVormsjConvnlsionsrptrisb nintsandLOssoFSLEEP 4 IVicSJnfle Signature of z- ronieM i Exact Copy of Wrapper Par 4 ml cMM I Try Cardui writes Mrs Z V 8e1I of Hayne N C t- I1was in a very low state of health and was not able to be up and tend to my duiies l did try Cardui and soon began to feel better Igot able to be up and help do my continued to take the medicine and now 1 am able to do my and to care for my and feel as though I could never praise Cardul enough for the benefits have teceived I CARDU I Kind Have Always Bought Bears theI Signature In Use Far Over Thirty Iy My Doctor Said housework housework ICardui is successful because it is made especially for women and acts specifically on the womanly constitution explainstheyearsinhealth and happiness f ffIf you are a woman feel tired dull and are nervous cross and irritable its because you need a tonic Why not try Cardui 9 Cardui builds strengthens restores and acts in every way as a special tonic remedy for women Test it for yourself Your druggist sells Cardul Ask him Write to Ladles Advisory Dept Chattinoosa Medicine Co Chsmnoon Tea for Special and MiaJe book nome Treatment for Women seat free J6 YOUWANT That question will be asked you almost daily by business pica seeking your services if you qualifytake the raughonTramng Ia show ambition to vice More BANKERS indorse DRAUGHONS Colleges than indorse all other bust I ness Colleges COMBINED 48 Colleges in 18 States International reputation tanking trpnritlnr PenmanshIp Eocllih Spellinr ArHLmetle Letter WrKInr BariMM rIREII au11lary branehe POSDIONiGUARANTEE1 undsrreasonablecoadtucns Bookkeeping Bookkeepers alt over DraughonsNewfrom 25 to 50 per cent In work and worry Shorthand Practically all U S pffi cia court reporters write the System of lcl1WhJ1 CASTORIA Year- sCASTORIA The11WothsTonic I jOI I Homo StudyCATALOGUE nkcasts1I DRAUGHONS PKACTJCAI BUSINESS CQLLEGE Memphis Knoxville TennorPaducaliKyOr EvaBtriU IW 1 Py3cians AcMaethe use of keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of food from getdnginto your system The product cf science Laxative Liver Syrup purely gentle reliable pleascnt aromatic taste acts the liver well en the lfAfgestlonblUou 000 BUTTERFLY IS FOUND Wing Have Spread of 11 J4 lnch sand It Has Body Lfke Mouse Killed With Arrow London A Jet black butterfly vat ned at 5000 as big almost a rabI- n with wings measuring UYrlnches from Up to tip has been brought to London from New Guinea by A L Mock an in the service of Hon Walter Rothschild millionaire owner of the famous private museum to Tring Park Several new varieties butterflies by far the largest in the world were discovered In New Guinea byMocki had to take up from the coast be says eases of pearl shell tomahawks and beads of all kinds before could get the assistance of the natives In capturing the butterflies The natives shoot thdm with fourprong arrOws which they use toe killing birds The female giant butterflies are aU black or brown or white but the males are splenjdldly marked In green 2Iid1goJdI brought back also withI me butterfly which has hairy body on account of the intense coldness of the Snow mountainsI had couple of my boy hunters tilled and eaten by New Qui flea cannibals who kindly aent mo back the bones The hairy butterfly described by Mock now in tie Rothschild collec is almost furry so thick Is Its covering and it has a wonderful ap pearance The explorer who hi been twehtyChree years in Newt Guinea tack with him also ajfeclmena if the famous birds of paradise 0 J ttJ Thfanth ant Ch11ctrIIt The You I of I lnrYeH ST I I I I children I I Iiutnytloni I t J Study Thousands 6 ten bookkeepers andslenogra holding good positions as the r BY MAIL write Jo F President Nashvfllef Tenn aloeueon course AT Nwhville or or l goodlixatlve to undigested latest is VELVO vegetable and of a on as as a a as explorer I I a I a native brings L j J LAXATIVE LIVER SYRUP Quits n Chango f flowoIthhowril doesnt spenkio MI I wife Poweil And I caff tem mber t when he thought It was rtblkttjL IOY8 few words to her by long tance telepb6ne Jadge f r l J NewLIitship just beeuu 1Iihloo IU G rnwnjr Unit la pro 1GorrnanYromplete p ILIuILC itt of ilevheti fdraldlcU aud In 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