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J r L TABLISflEt r J J 1rJ N13Ci I I i r IF i Xix 29 = II OO 1 i h t ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE 1 t Mark x 1429Doe ii f And Jcsds aaldv lI01almJI fhou canal be I Ilm ott tMng are poufbte f91alm that frr tLMcrkizt3 I J i HEN Jesus and the three fa- redy Apostles came down from the Mount of Trans figqratlon wherQ they had J Hell enjoying the vision or the comIng gbory they founcTtho other nine Apes r itJe8 at the foot of the mountain eva 4tinded bY n multitude They bad EWtlc several Ineffective attempts to icnstout n demon from a boy whose A Xjther had brought him for the pur poseT Jesus came promptly to the re 1 Bet tie Apostles jnd inquiredI they 9 t4 Mature of their I tijJ trouble The fa lber explained n liJe8tullan J swcrvd O faithless + generation How Slong shall I be with you and bear with ltv son Ii pound you Bring hIm to of a dumb pfrll t Me They brought him and Imnledl utely the spirit caused him to fall to 7ri the ground wallowing and foaming r r Jesus questioned how long he had ei Sbeen thus The father answered Irom a child and that often the TfpiBt attempted to cast the boy Into 1 ttie fire or Into the water to destroy hIm lInt If thou canet do anything r have compassion oh us and hplp us I to Him That Believeth Jesus replied If thou canst bellev 4 all things are possible to him that be How great stress the Lord vIays everywhere upon the exercise of 4fafti In the Divine Power Without t faith It Is Impossible to please God J ft Those who cannot exercise the faith 4cannotbiive theblesslug which others a may have who do exercise faith This does not Imply that people who i cannot now exercise faith will never get any blessing On the contrary by 5and by during Messiahs Kingdom oJ the way of faith and obedience will be t made so plain sa simple that all will be able to follow it and to gain are- wnrd bat a lesser reward than that bow extended to those who can and 1 exerclsfe faith and obedience f ThV reason for this is mnn ret God la DOW seeking a special class of tliv specially faithful and obedient to be heirs of God nod jolnthelnj with Jeiis inHisglprious Messianic ngdomnnil- wirom Ly and by He will use inljestow j lug His blessing worldwide npd He Gi desires that in tha clas shall be only silch as cati eierciabsolnte falthIn 5 Him ju this and other minacles ie- r riCo a iiuljeVlfnlth nsthC condition J i the healing He thus manifested forth Tbcoming glory During the King f ciIizi reign there will bosuch manifesto tiotojot Divine Ptiwerand suih assist i qnceVgiven to those wlilihg to exercise ftdith that nil may profit thereby find r experience the healings of their flesh and the casting out of every powep of Satan and sinS jThe poor father realized froni Jeus words that he must exercise faith else hIs son conld not In recovered With tears he cried out Lord I believe help TJoumlllcuIl- belcC His faith got Its reward Jes us commanded the evil stunt to come enter inn more ittu Jesus toot bun ty hlnlhand It may be won dered why the Mutter permitted the evil spirit to tear the boy and cause him pain lu leaving him If He had Itt power to east him out Ho also un doubtedly had lunTcr to control the I manner of his coming out We can surmise therefore that Jesus ononly this and other occasions allowed the ffev11SpI1Ita measure of liberty In the method of leaving and that this was lllt for the very purpose of demonstrating how malicious and eyil the spirit was which hud vontnil and thus the mir acle was the nUll clearly seen pnd J tthe Lord more prntecd Many Said Ho It Dead The boy was left In nri Jipparently i dead condition but Jesus took him by Sthe hand and raised him up The les 1 f son for UHlu this Is that It Is not only that the Adversary nj1 his power be east out from humanity that the poor world needs but they need Divine power for their uplift out of the mire of sin and death According to the Scriptures we are near tlie tlmc when Satan will be bound when all the In fluences of evil unionist humanity will bo restrnlnwU Atfonllus to till Scrip vtures also tlilx htmllim o f Satwu r en cuuipliHliHl in n grout time of fro hlt such ns niVor was xlnce thsreS 5I was n nntiiinT1 anil humanity l 4left In nn almost ilond lomlHIou TUo untIe thi hopes the ambition of 1111 will iwrlxli 1u tint aWful trouble thee Sbtit the IustxvI1l bchtetit In Kirijc dom ldWer ttO uplift llifni i MeKxIair KIngdom will nut only bind the Ailvernary und forbid him to reenter liumanUt zliiil interfere with their ntTnlrs hut Atjll for a thpusnnd years doan upllftliir work nmgngst Lthc fallen jiml degraded membors of bur raee Iltfag them ni up up until thy will fully attain Hie Divine stttiid rprtuw utpii hllinthcr Aduin from whleb condition he orislnaMy Ml v through dfsiibcdienti and nitiirh to which toiiilltlpu his been secured for t ill through the merit of JesiW sacri 2 11cc at Calvary H fpI Inspct Btla Costs bujl A Boston man lost his leg from tie bite of an insect two years tcfote Ti I itbitgs of insects use Iluchlens AWjca Salve promptly to kill the poiiiSJII inflammation swelling t 3 palL Heals burns boils ulcers pllje CMBia cuts bruises Only 25 cent l it Htydoq 4 Rot rtson A lrrv r 4 i r 1 THE iVEVv7=liEADERTL wJ 1 WV0L NOIf 8SPINGFIELD WASHINGON CpUNTY KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 1912 PEEA It1t m fIJeeth IoUJ iSJPrevent 7swTv L = J 8D 0 f farmers Tobacco Wt rehouse Companj I I INCORPORA D j I I I 1rl t i J i b i 1 r LETUSTLLYOOWECRETIq v 1 I oughouttheWe inour employ a large force of experienced warehousernri who i familta with all the branches of the business I is familjar wi h all types and grades of tobacco and boosis eVer bask rf tobacco to niefl it bring itS7 market value tIand Every Tbasket of tobacco entrusted to our care is carefully assortetl and packed by experienced men so as to make it show to the advantage Skilled packing and handling enables ur tqguaTantc e to the buyers every poundof tobacco that is put on our sales Lrthereby guaranteeing tpthe seller the highest prices We have i large arid efficent office force which enables us to pay off sales as fast as the tobacco is sold so as to avoid the long wait and confusion that he will find at other places This is our and why we have positively lead them all IISecretISPRINGfIElItIS THE MARKET WIV3ERS HOUSE IS THE PLACE I t 11- I this in mind when DJ load your tobacco for market at d drive straiiih to the Parmers VVareh ruse which is open NIG IT nd DAY and where you will always find h sUc ass service andbest ascomcdaMons Our market wt kopen about Nov P6 with tho strongs c ps of buyers in tucky representing all the Ifadngtobacco companiosof the world viz The srioan TibLcto j Liggett Myers Tobauc Co B itish I Tobrcco Co R A Patterson Tuba co rjo J P Taylor CoR J Raynolds Tjbaccj GJ G C Tuck Co and nuny Independent brokers KenIIis a fact tat is true of jqone of our neighboring markets as Springfield is an est intshed raar et and all the largo companies hV placed their here We respectfully solicit your patronage and in view of the foregoing fact it is to your fntlresi as well as ours to ivraemer the WAREHOUSE Springfield Ky The hotisethat positively lead them all by overtlhree hundred thousand pounds Ir I Ii BOBLITTfrpISHOP STURGEON DD- L The Farmers Friend and the Men Who DO Thn1gsaJrf6 b fiFt J Rf llL a k V w fORMER KENTUCKIAN Pays a Visit to His Old- Home and Friends VA month or so ago we n ade a trip to our old Kentucky home in Marion county where we were born sixtyfive years ago I left Velpen mdvia New Albany and Louisville At New Albany I was joined by mv frieud and relative John Grain who lives in New Albany and who is alsoo native of Kentucky we being born on adjoining farms Remaining over pigit with Mr Cramat his estiuiab granddaughterand grand sonin iaw Mrs and Mr Eimore in New Albany Crossing the riv er over into Louisville next morning where wu tookthe LI N railroad for SpriugtieldLthe county capitol of Washingon county where we arrived a about 1 p m same day It be tug County Court day and a campaign public speaking pub hilt auctions on the bt reels Springfield was simply alive with people from many pgrts 01 vVashiugtcn Marion and Boyle counties who had cngrigiLuu- in Jitteiidance at c6urt and with much live stock mules horses cults etc for sale and bprii tldd was ceriaiuly a live toe u aud doing a booming business u fcVeryway and wiieu we mtl many of out old time relatives afod friends Late m the afternoon iu company wkh W Milbum aud a Mr Harmon we were conveyed to VVrfl Mil burns iu the South Ea6ertfp rtI of Washington county near Jen aOuton Pottsyille apd near our old homestead wtu re we were o igllLl1ttlJmorning in company with Mr Aliiburn we made our WilY over thbitlsinto Marion county to our oLd homebteado and birth pac s We spent the larger pall of two days in tramping lover the old hills utid hollows we hud left more than aliaiff century ago gathering many souveuirs of rocks woods fruits nuts etcl hick we expect to keep in rememberence ofvur dear old Kentucky home Huh Wt met and took dhiner bot days vuih our old time friend Uardiiilahkm atd his tceU wrfeMollie where we receiv Ollt very kuid sociable and generpua vett4iatIt t uuu o satisfy acd otrengthtn the innr man of vhich we partook very freely Returning to W H Milburns we were furnished with con ve aoce aud drove up in to Buy le county to our old time friend and lelaiive Hueks Orain where we sfopptd the greater part uf the day talking over olden times of more than a half century ago At meal time we sat downtutabJujdiiiber that seldom cqu4Iied this or any other couniry Me Cram owns a portion of the luccl and occu pit s his fathers OkE mansion which he bas remoduied und hah a nice dwelling with its liuiuus limestone cnimneys Mr Crain tshowed us the lloonng ia his fathers old uiansiuj li incites thick sawfid from White Ash by haud with a whip sawseveu ty three years ag ai d which is still in u gpoJ atc uff prtserva tiun Jack Criu futhcr Wis a Urge slave border in the ante belluui days of Slavery and owned souTe sixteen 01 seyentetn hundrtd acres Jf tine Boyle county httd and at that i ay wits one of the vvtaltuiest men iu VVesttru Boyle county From there we dpyo to Jotiiu Grains br at Brumhuld Stati n un iha L N ii ilnttd Le being absent frt ua ttbiuts we cou inued on our WY ty Nuith Forli Auceton wnerewe stopped ox er night with another Velativej James Mi or nnd Ins dcululid geuuruus hearted wits Lieu heiu we certainly enjoyed our selvts to the fullest extent wiiure vu4iad uiuic mtiils und plenty of j Ices arid a giod Unit n geiieril iJYom there we drove to Gravel T itch and toclc ainu r with Mrs Tom Durey- Ufldf mother Eizt LJoswell au othurrelaiive cf ourst vlr Dor ty ueing Absent from homu After dinntr we made 1ie rounds if ihc lown and foud GTivel Bvvtlcli on a IJOIU w tli tour general stor s a bank i nd utliei r piact if Ouaitiess nil StOW d t be doing a good business PiOm there m company with Mrs Bodwel w i drove 0icit oV1r the cjutitry toW IK Mil rnt our startioif point visitig two of Mr Milbinis sons SIdand John dti Lear by furuis who cmedlobe dong ell with guod crops of corn tobacco h gs horses and cattle We then paid old PoUsville a visit which we wail remember sixty yearn ago where we found n general stpre cbnducted by a Mr Uoyle and here we also found pur oid time friend John W Pope whom we have known for wore than a half century We then pcojeuded on our way to bob Miibiirns near B cfi Grove chulfchahd stupped oyer ligb with Mr Milburn and at eudcd c trcn a protractel m eting being alr1tthere Mr Miinsni aud i jjs cxcelln little wife treate u very tciiiI aid cfever sid wa certainly en jyed our stay witn them very much Wn then yisitodj our did time nerd and relutive Jim Miityurn anl his e timaoie w ffj hannah 9lrercWC rnld qir eadquar terg foe a couple cf days Mr Milbarf b Tng sSioutT eighty WIsrtujniakig matter awdthiufjs over far banc in thi olaeii timos miny yiars ego wjvcn we enjoyed very much ami ipre we M loath to leave its jtlcy lad reatj ed us t o nice lfiflJ nd clever in every way andat Ljir ndvaucpd age we will 1Iilcs nover iieH tinill JigHtn Wdii3ni m id our WiLy up 0 Boyle county agui tiPete Mil burr s vji MI our wy stoppd at LhnM Milburns h being absent frbp Ixunu wv pasdon and scopped a short wlnle with oldJ and Luc Webb who is eighttive ers old yii supIS v iy spry Clrl lady o f her age Upnh c lanD is pli cated the ramuutj Bill Tlley sprig whic e rminbrs- u1 years at o nj my friend Jriji Vnii aI i nd tho pleas watCrIt nil qualiy Atl e ilbiitit ve mdde on IIM jatrtera for u fev lays iyl iJi cumpjiny with r Milhuni id tiind clever Hii generous iiti e wife Elli We visreJ Klu e Milburn alid his ostimuh vu Ijilhe wheri we stopp 1r yhtHiul when wecerttinlv It vj ourselves very much hi idony for a bd vicious lad 1hi3 night have Iii iro rd of us From thii0 tt id Mrs Fran cis Arnold a nnlll took din nor with her KiidfitlIr very clevej daughter Misjruod who e mnideu UI I f Minor and who lived a ti II miiihbor to with hr fu la holU iu Ken tuckS a dIn iiH5j whenslie was bu a child we had penty ft TJTJrffore loi- gad interesting vbich we certaiolv madu fjpod use of the Lime allotted ujI Returning to Pate Milbprn jTwiib was yrry kind to uiin ctn Vt ying us back and forth t tuicli at Beech trpsIMr John EII UallCl his wif who liye ou tin Jfarnoiis Warner Hifi just the church where Gen luring tho ro belliori turned his heavy ar EillUf tho ad va ce of tli fore dovt lowtvid pO1 i day lefore the Pe ry Uuttiinng Pete Milburns v lere WC halT mdeour head quarters for tbreeo oii ur d iys UIIL1wkrewe were certainly ti4atsi very ibud and clevei Nt oil burn iiwus one of the IJst farms iu Western B yc county upon which iehasavery nice and comfort ible resldsnce a very friendly sociable aid geinruxis hearted wife said fI mi together with Mr Milburn IlY generous and many Kind shwnu8w1iIe ther niade n lasting impression up n Oil minds aTld hearts that ever rem iui with us l It was nere we m jt for the tirst time Miss Ethell Ciarkson qf- LlllimtMlWtUltV Ky avery clever sehI1Jl MrloIcIsverAlJ18cidhe at1chIVitla supshot camera she LOut a picture of us in a Jrou pe with Mr Milburns family Wai Wiio ihen driven to Perry viile by Mrs Milburn where we went to b present at tuo Fifuonih An nivfsry Of the battle uf Per ryv liP where vo met and stop ued with our old friend Bob Vlinor and his jjtnerous iiearUd wife Salle and where we met wetly old vetrans and friMids many lf whom Were our Iiiciiaui Jiiivs While tie reunion was no wlnt as expected nor what it should hive neon ytt many jld soldiers met there und drove butt upon iho battle Held to try and see if t e v could locate the spot upon which the stoid 01 the ujenitiiiilj Vlotidy jind HVontfu dy probaoly fur the last lime But the maoy and various ctangt a half century hud wl ughi wade the mailer 1vry diulcult one After spe ing the beuev piirTof tvvu lays iu tireir ffortsnnd a general ren dezvous Uandslidke remenisces dokrs and relating the many tips and downs hdidships ota soldieru life and a general good fetlint all arouiid they departed foi their vn1 ious homes many of whom from their advanced age and dtsufc jitics oo qoubt will likely never antet again Among Our Indiana friend whom we met were E E Rich irdspn Abe Corn David Welt and Col Broolrs of the 80th led Regiment Wiii JacUsonof 42rid nd Henry Inman of 58 h Ind AlsoThomas Hursi of Winsow and John Brock of Oakland City ndlAt our oltTtime fneuds dlQUIwe received every kind and gN erous treatment that coul1 pOe siblyi be beatored upon Us8ue Tor which our briar ts were fillW ith much s mpthe Iclt eTnr cwVd thnin aid WbLfL we rIce verv sorry indeed to put wth as ht their advanced age wil Hklrevr moe IheIl agilll urjfacsurj as our pe pe had treat d us wih slIcht iwrous and affectionate Uiudnw s we feit litlh to part with tho old hills and vailejs of our birth ad the peopio ve love YP found out rKentucky hume blessed wish tie u cist Ioautiful crops of Crn tobicco sorghum luy blue grf s patues all binds f SOOl kin god eihidititMi ulldcove y body skeined prosperous and doing well wiich we ceriainly were pleased to find Corn llut wouM vie d eight ten and twelve bbls pErItie while WE wtle therg lie turniiig tt W U IViiiburn vhere we mtde our last stop our minds were called luclt to two and a half yuars ago when Iuiade lhem a yiiit and found his oof Aifp Sudte lying in tlie last stjges of Consumpio anti Jin taking my parting leave and and bidding ler trotidby we bojth knew it would be for the las proItheIwil ever log in my ors 0 our vuv to Spin tid llus tune we stopped at BtthUlitra the last rest Iog place of poor Sudie uriloviu di otod hristao wife a kind tender hearted ar daiTct ionite mother Hero t v ids to her dur c upmion c ilJren relatives and friends was no rieve alter her as she was go ing hume and that she was then crossing the river of Jordon Oh what u gluurious though and consolation such word should be to her dear husband children relatives and friends and the muititnde that mourn I her loss i Continuedon page 2 Hunter Injured Lebanon Ky NoV 23 Fonsa rhornton eighteen years old sou of Dr G G Thornton wab shot and painfully hurt when his gun was accidently dis cjiarged while hunitniThe load plowed a furrow up his right arm rr several inches bi4 fortunaiQly note of the btn assbaterud young ThdrntOn Aaswith his brotheriQlav Dr W K Strobel of Loulsvjlle when the aduidvntiappeeed4L- OST Orr MofcoUy pvcmber lla winer lap roQU bfetwtn ucyh6meaud Willisjbur Iflder will return same io nie and re- Ceive rewarl J X CouLTfift R yar Baking POwder fAbSolUteI1PQref 4 llea1ifu1 L MUllWjUfl Former Springfield Boy Married at Lexington The marriage of MissMftr Aline Muirtu Mr John Doug ak Roberts was celebrated lat veni jg at7 oclock at Cetitra Christian Church theRevlk Spencer oificiatiag It was abeautifuiweckJjngth- colors i beuig imk and white chrysanthemums Against the altar Were pyramids of palms perNs1lJercqoets off the flowers and at tUe rear burned the altar lights As guests4Baembled Mrs Jqhri 0 Taylor Uieortfatist add Mr Bruce Reynldsviolinist played s beautiful piogram sounding the Bridal Chbrus from Lohen grin a thq procession entered thc church The groomsmn enteredttrs coming singly I- Jthetwo side aisles MrY Elect DODD and Mr William Wilhnl son ion thin left and Mr Liw ret co Ward and Mr Hugh vUL1 i laihsuu fn the right Opposite Mr Henry HumaIJDwboc1er ed the left was tie lovely brides maid Misjs Elizabeth Galloway of Eminence in the right aisle bhe wOre a beautiful ownlpr pink charmeuse tfnd carried pink ciirysanthcmums The brides sister Mrs iBeu lahj Muir fields of Kansas City matron of hotor preceded tht bride who entered with be- tfatherMr Charles NrMaCkle of Gveston Texas who gayp her in marriage Mrs Mair v s hatulsorce in a beau iIu gown of wbiteIuc over pink charmeuse and carried white chrisantheinums AJs the brid neuted the altar the bridcgioom with his best man Mir WfUiam Diiun came up the opposite aisU and the couple juindIorIh impressive marriage ceremonj and duriti g the respone Mofod of Love was softly played achormiulltlgure vodpinggovyn of white lacaovei satin Her Lute vail was fasten ened in her hair frith orange blossoms and pearijsi f and she curried a sh Vcr of valley hllies and whit3 rose buds Art rIhe blessing and praYer Mendels soUda Wedding March souuded iu joyful strains anti the bridaJ party left the chufcSi downlhi left aisles Congratulations anti best wisheV fQtIure for the rehappyl t evening thdy lefcon toe OJiesa peake Ohio trafn for a trii East and on their return LexinKtou will maljft their librnt wiih Mrs Foxon NorthJLinie 4900t Strrtt 1fhegirl qxiTte cbarto ing iJnd attfac ti ye She is the dtiugdiJter of the latejdr Boone Hair andxstnce coming from Georgetown seVerai year8ago to maC Yner hoocie i ctGVOLegfriends Mr Roberts is papular and4 r 1 E4SCRJPJQ 4 t11J Ii BAR c r r i l r fltiOajRj OnatLexthgton fi highly esteemed yinpgbusiness 9tCuapetTbey5v ere reioaembered with v many eh lant iid brass vv silver cutglass etc Lexing ton Herald The groom is a formerSpriug v field boy bein a80not r altMrsSRzbertsofthlsciiy Scarletl JFef cir Is Fatal + ioGe aQODi Kyti Nov23Geo evitve tiia gixyear pld daughter of Ctiu4y JudgeJA Smith died attbe BbmeOf tparents here this mornujg rferi brief illness bff scarlet fewr Th qrirtjl was this afternoon The ury2 totdcso f MrsvalsoaV illof fheaamiTdi fK ease Ffara zter a fw other caSesintownandfli cbuaty but the situation is improving and iit is believed f that tbere will be no I further pneiTting tfhodisease = 4 i A Feyr0011 ts1 i 1 7uii1b start fdr thedefterg JutJ tyXULfnovhat t youif want 0 fInr laaJtpliy more itban jQu ex peqled because the 4We coax ecfypu i Don tbuY a typsotliorsetbat Will be uselel tfARt e purpose intended becausajou like his lOoks 1rrint limaginei h you cn J lat get the best LaJioietra4e ryouCo1ifiQt Dooti try toJ talcThe place of a veterinary frtypufc unof Doat take a dele g word tkat aiittle swelling isot po count L that It will come all right in a thy oro ritwatSTjonfe ride behind a bbrsetb dud out Whether ne iswhaVyom f want watch hjof from ibji- gronod t frDont thns that yoifcirj tel- ltheageot abowjbyhis teeth 1f lone You cane Dont lake the t rqof any many about ji horiia until you i know what his iritereVtTis Don xpeqtmjjqfra cheap botsehorsEftbl4twUbeAJ ijpne t tot yp1tvWoitiFarmer Hojfie Journall C CW Ajr U I J Jr1fluc It will bemy duty pa D Cfai ocr lit tOtUOVetptCjaaSClerfr atlist of all iieliitqiat ax payers in Ihj SprjifiaMt GVadtd Sclio6rIt trlct aid warr l1twjl1 be afai dvecir dellnqtwmt iHt ifittiaMI it you hays watjMtMil jor tec please give1r u difkk4 ateat1ou ilaveiesaI iroOM tv fn Vllta Tzusrer NOTIcAa4bld1rm it- Nashlngtoat eoisi4s bring their scaltrll ia P rty Clerk aJRceNaxIN w aOtto I be tttiUbtbre boll to CORDOtqIn- t y 1I TT1TTT iJT T + TJI tWS4ADFI SFJtIMGFIlLDkY iI airTZAY- wJULN JtSMPtUNI 6 t 4 JIll isisd patJl enIi IWiKlere art qilisa fluaI jI ber1psrsoipp1y1a for diff rJNiroaiii withm u giftIof tb MXt FrfMdeat there is pne 4n SpriigMd who we belle 71 woM rtfecfcM much honor on the adwpktratiofi as the office would rtflic on him It is Hont T Scott Majos His experience ia a lw7er would make him well quailed to see property to ulj matter requiring legal f Knowledge Also his expedience as an accoununt would wal ie him admirably suited to the p I itoo For geyeial months llast pMt he baa been in charge off lh investigation of the Jaffairs of the Dstrict of Columbia and his work Id tbav line IfBved Millions fof dollars to the peop et3M United States The sbofta ihas he has that ftBg into bttsiuess as would make I it iiipOMiblt for anyone to gatt acb PM him in the way pa1ccoutingUinJBg to the office we feel 6Bre that Mr Mayea is emi nently qLialifled to fill the offl in a worthy manner He is hOneat and learlem in the dlis charge of any duty imposed upon bin Befides the fact that I Ieto Is thoroughly qualified for the posiUon the party owes it tow Mr Hayes to honor him in some manner commensurate with b service He is a strong Democrat and has done gocJd work the county and state for the party He would make anex celleot official and the party wogld do well to select him Rockrun Mr Sidney Perkins bought of Tom Divine 11 barrels of corn att 250 per bblI Mr W G Sims and wife and granddaughter of CardweJl and Mr Moland Derr and family spent Saturday with Mr Harve SLeaTd family Mr John Anderson and fami ly M Thomas Colvin and lamiljr spent Sunday at the home of R R CoUin Mr Jpmes Mcllvoy and wife Mpjand Derr and family Walter s1JSunday with WJ F wlerx t MnAtiIe BlacketerI dl Frankfort is vIsiting relative 1 at this place 2lr Gaorge Bradley of Lex ington spent from Thursday untfl Sunday with Richard Rll of this placelMr and Mrs Richard Riley f Sunff acd family ipentSunday with bis father at Tatham George Divine spent Saturday nipht and Sunday at CornishynU- Qllleb Diylne is spendirg tht week with his brother at Mack t J ville f Mr and Mrs Elias Perkins spent Monday at Springfield Hy Mr Hebry Thompson and c family Dee Sbewmaker i and family Erastus Thompson anti wife spent Sunday with WXJ l Fowler and family j Misses Valeria Coulter Odtnej j pen Cecil Coulter a brother Holli spent SU with their aunt Mrs Mary B MLS Sarah Uedger Miss Vtr tin May Votjv of Jornislivi lie j spent from Friday until Monday at the home of J B Divine Mr mtid MrsT B Div p n pent Wednesday with MiL Klizabeth SaUee jS iL QMra Eliza Sims and danxLter JJ ud aud little Robert Deir J Want Ii r LonqHai r Aad you would likt 1002i ha Rich heavy hair BMNltMiil luxuriant hair TW ifperfectly iuturaland m art hire to help you atMdl II jMtti land of hair JOU deIhfc Doaotbeafrald1to 4 iittit NofkttgtrofHftcok1 MtfTour hair The kgr aeaoteatM dies enabling your tortwkelyadvleyc- r coIt4vagI 1Ia1ll ConhllJJIe1mcwM FrIday with Mrs Will IpeudMt Mra Lige Moore and Rudolph spent a part of Jnst week with Mr 0 R Coulter frMrBtroug and family spent IasoMondsy night with Mr Perkins ia9s Mrs Sally Salee and Mrs George Salee spent llast week with Mrs Lucinda DivinedMr t3anford1 of Casey county spent Saturday with Richard Riley We have flnishpd another month of school those on the eron of honor rote as follows Hazel Coulter Stella Fowler Annie FowlEr Rosa Fowler Hallie Bhewmaker Gladys An derson Verner Divine Homer IeIMar vie Perkins Elzie Perkins iFormer Kentuckianc leContinued from page 1cSpring1tfield b H d dinnerttlve emfloyed in one of the large de psrtment stores for which Springfield is famous and where Iwe dverv geneboth Mr Boswell and his kind and generous hearted Wire Springfield has certainty come the front in the last faw years in many ways apdln a business ay certainly stands at the head largeISdepartment stores loose leaf to bacco warehouses banks etc nan many other places of busi ness all seem to be olng a thriving busneas All goes to show that Springfield is a thriv iing prosperous and a hustling little city There we took the tram for Louisville stopping over night there with our od time friend Joe Morton who llives in the city The next morning found us over in New Albany where we stopped a couple of days with my1riedl John Cram who had made all the rounds with me who lives with bis daughter Grace and doninlaw Mr Ed Robipson assistant cashier of Southern Railroad with headquarters in Louisville where we received such kind and generous treat ment that we had begun to think twe were still over in Kentucky Prom there I took the train for my Indiana home In parting with our relatives friends and our old Kentucky home the hills and valleys of our birth we dido very reluctantly The many kindfavor shown us the kind lever and generous treatment- S vre received at the hands of all left a bright and everlasting spot of appreciation deep down in our hearts that will never lfade away and a debt of grati tude we can never repay MayitIle divine sunshine of providence cast no shadows npon ttheir paths and that they may llive to eojoy all to peace plcas ure prosperity and happiness beIible to bestow upon them allfwo BEADLES Velpen Ind Public Sale Haying sold my farmI will on OfjdOfj at 1 oclock pm offer for sale to the highest bid der at public outcry the loliow mg property Four head of horded consUt ing of onq bay horse 6 years old uue dnyfer arid nut afraid of au tomobile 1 extia good farm uorse 1 brown horse lady bn b e not afraid of anything 1 fancy iyeai1 old sorrel mare good driver and Bred to Tuck 1 milk cowPI calf 8 buggies an IillIej i J farm wag u g od cew 3000 toacco s kku lot of farming iraplt ments 1 stuck of oats some corr household and kitchen fun iture- TERMfi All sums uneer tl0i cash Over th lhatamcun1 on 12 montbs time Not yith good 8eoari v and bearingnteres will be required G T MAYEL ftCASTORIAI hr Lifcmfa ami CliWrx Thi KM Yn Jdn AIwip Bwen1 j ath ptret PUBLIC SALE I wiUat my residence 3 miles om SpringGe on the Spring field and Walou Lick turnpike SSn Satnrdaybs NoYemterr80 1912 At Oclock p m offer for sale to the highpst bid er the following personal propertyfAbout 400 bushelsf cPr corn in the crib about 350 bushels of ooall disc harrow 1 cultivator 1 breaking plow mowihs ma tbinehav rake 2 hay orlRlcuttingbox corn shcller lawu mower cooking stove and VPS stJs good as new Isewing ma chine some chairs bed clothing bureau beating stove 1 invalids chir never ben used 1 grnnd fathers clock kuown tobe over one hundred years oTd in gotd- onditioo and mifny oUr ur tides toonumerous to aection TERMS All sums under 10b ast ib hand AU over 10 on ix months timp interest from ate offtleSBEN EDWARDS HAVE SEA SERPENT AT LAST H DeepReportedFishermen of Mssslna According to the Messina corrc spondent ot the Courrfera dl Milan the iinevitable sea serpent has at last beer captured alive by fishermen while it was heading along the shore in the wake of an English yacht The correspondent however has not personally seen the monster although he states that he Is on his way uiI th coast to do so Meanwhile heniuived the facetious remark that from the detailed descriptions which he has ro celved Engltsh tourists in Italy ma favor the view that K tnEy I yy be Sir JNdrHa rrJ I1 in rca ertttali a hUuay a vannjr cliche rzo Stalls pr can that the terI r lcd fishcrfolk at Tremestleri found the monster caught in their nets ono morning and after infinite trouble succeeded in landing him This en ormous and horrible denizen of th deep weighs it is estimated about pounds has a prominent back meas urea nine feet eight inches across the body which is taller than a man and terminates in a tail of even greater llength which is long and curled up llike that of a pig abouttltyon ed of two huge earl Ike fins set some tour Inches aptrt in the midst of which are its eyes It has a rectangular mouth four inches wide while along under its body are half a dozgn apertures evidently used for breathing purposes The skin Is sa d to be fine and soft and the color of that of human beings although marked hero and there by molelike spots The Meseina correspondent seriously adds that a number xjf scientific perts have hurried tQ the spot and nr absolutely dumbfounded and quite unIable tb classify the creature which is kept alive in a smjiH inlet on the beach of Tremestierl by tho entrance being staked oftIShall Women Be Parasites dfPenidentcome parasitic accofding to the testi mony of both England and America If they leave the home they lose thr enormous influence they now poese in consequcre of thelr monopoly of the bare of clilldrein In America there is frequent suggestion that the rolu tion of the difficulty may lie In elevat ling the status of douieptlc service as to make it attractive to colk go trained women of the same social rank as the employer The solution does not seem to appeal to English women strongly A writer In the EngIh woman says Wo ourselves arehopo ul that a gradual adjustment or eon ventlon and public opinion ma brine about tho real liberty of women whether wives or daughters in their husbands or fathers house and that the college woman may find Itclpleasant and profitable to care for lu own children as for pr nthborSAnd indeed it may be doubtrcHf If American wciranKvouldnt prew ing care of her own chlWrenito akin care of her neighbors other thir such as economic Independence b equalSSenator Heyburhs Wit Senator Heyburn was halt admired half heartily disliked by tIm newspa per correspondents for whom in nv turn he had collrcMvelr oiinaUInR 1t tIe use He watched the pr ns crre fully and often he would rise In hla seat to denounce a reporter who bad quoted him Inacqurately Ho wee however good copy as the pViFo goes because he was often brlllhnt and witty In hl3 speeches ond In blv frequent tilts with colleagues On dull day at tho last scfision for ex ample Senator Heyburn was innkinr a prolonged address op a matter of little Immediate interest It was close In the senate chamber and the corre spondents withdrew to a cooler spot Noticing their absence Hoyburn rais ed his voice so that it might carry Into the farthest corners of the telegraph room and said I make the point of no quorum In the press gallery Tbo correspondents returned and he re sumed his speech Boston Transcript America In English Eyes America Discovered by Chrjsto pher Columbus Since exploited by EnglBh peers There are several lines of railway running In different direc tions All nro dangerous English Is understood especially when spoken with an Irish accent Thaprinclptl In dustrles are patent medicines poll tics and the manufacture of moving picture films The chief social diver 1aionforeigners lynching bees nnastIits to uioP9l Tho customs regulauonB an strictdlamonds are sUbjoct to ii Heavy dty Anarchists and known murderers are excluded lt lspropo ad to add cornet players to the list Eral granta Intending to settle In Texas are advised to go ewhereFrcni a Miate tn Ernnnnl it VlIh Fi 1IhOilSallb ll J EthIOl Trouble ani fter Suspect it How T Find Out yomwaterabrick dust sedi inentorsettliug1strtnky appearance often indicates an un healthy condi tion of the kid neys too frtnncnt desjre to d 6 pus it or pain in youthet and need attcnti fc whit To Do There is comf sin the knowledge fteno expressed that Dr Kiful ers remedyfulfillacorrectingheumatism kidnyiverl passage Corrects inability to hold water and scalding pitt in passing it or baa effects follownig t so of liquor wine or beer and oercou its that unpleasant ne aileqtltroughtmanytiC1C8iimmediate effect jof Svamp R6ot is soon realized It tands the highest auseofitarelnarj4b10c health restoring i top firties Ifou nctai a =medicine yon ihotiid = bydntggists and onedollar sizes pwu You may have Ilflmple bottle Sent free Binghamtonparer SwampRootN Y on every bottle BANDITS TRAGIC END LNOT VERY apLD OR BLOODY JrW1 LITTLE BOYS tSd Fate of Rattlesnake Jack and Bill the BlUr When Thelr Robbers Roost Caved In and Smoth red Them New York Tlso of thef bandits are dead Thy wore caught In their own cave by the fair of the cave roof and vff crjishod to eath nut these wc e not vory bold or bloody bandits no posses rode the plains after them no warrant Bworn to by Bell and look was ovt against them Just tw little boys Johnnie Pecorella and JIlly Blum and their mekthelrdeathIn a vacant lot a 103 Hopkins avenue East New Yor It wna two oil er bandits who made the discovery 6 the tragedy in he cave early the n xt morning and hat Is whatmade it all the more terrible for all the bolfl bandltl who infest the mbuntaln t fastnesses about Hopkins avenue anl Hull street They took shovels t lese scared bandits and they dug Vrantlcally until they come on a shOt ail a little patch of stocking nndLthey grew sick wlh fear and jj1st had to cry Now thp binQit t numbered fifteen or twenty yoxmgsttrs varying In ago from 8 tto yesrs Before ever they qnlIopktnsflames to them elves Johnny Peco relta 12 years old who lived at RtJckaw y ver je was Rattlesnake tack nlly Hljiu was Bill the hislJc hnny Good vas Rob Roy and George Good was Red Eye Mike All the bandits were bound together by terrible out is and Rattlesnake Jock had all tjrlr names signed in bood J an old oil can safe down in tlio cave The cave a perfect robbers Ktrcngbold It was eight feet wide the same tulle or of feet long and about six feet deep Over the top boards wrrr lalil then tin and on top of nil that rfitwas spread so that every bt of lljjiit wis kept out of toI- CrVrV Lt Vto the cave a robber hut to drop on his knees and crawl hiorxi a tunnel ten feet long with a fine twist in It where a deputy sheriff could be murdt red at one blow with the dirk The cove was fitted up side with strips of carpet and a pack Ing case seat f r the chief of the bandits who was old RattIesnake John ny Pocorrlla himself Candles swiped from homo gave light For bfraJ lays the bandits had feared fpjuhiod Dick the trusty Oeputy sheriff was on HlioIr trail and that he would loot their cave of evl epcTin thlr bsence on some foray So when wojd came that Deadwood s already ft mini down the mono JrlnKli1 frrm City Line with lila trust d per ihe cMef f the bandits and mumlItdttdTitRht In ttI1 Ir eve to guard It Earhy the oilier morning Rattle snake Jacks father noticed his son not qt tb breakfast table also fat lila bed lind not boon slept in luring the nl IU Pocorolla senior Inqulrtd ofhlr son Tony as to r r iv Tony uho ao u 4III J Iwil4lY that Johnny liyl aurii tfib light guarding the cavo Ho js dcpatohod instantly to bdnx inn iruMt hone Tony plckrfl up Johnny Good and Montrose Dud r and Georgie NVocds on the twoy tto tho cave All of the bandits felt little nervous thrills of anxietv they new that their trusted chief d anthe Biter had spent th night la ths cavo When they ar rived at tho vacant lot they saw where the caVe should be a sagging hole with tha splintered ends of beams and oh strips of tin protrud log 0Johnny Goo ran and brought help and tho bodies of the two boys ware b mdlts forgot all about being bandits They are Just little boys again vjsiry sad and very fright 0 Ned KnowledgeSSometimes newonderfl If tho world has forever lloi t Its sense of peace and beauty and lIf Mc are to whiz andjrell and apvertfaei Ill tho end of time Will simple pleasu es seem tame and quiet ways iinsucc stul Or aro wo mad only for a IN e term and will wo ra turn to spaqi us and serene things after this fevqr cools Shall we Boon turn from tbie clatter of thesO days the temporal display the unreal values set on position and success the scorn of whj Is elmpleliearted and generous thi haste and nol e that drown out all jentle Voices It Is time to recover ou knbwledge of the wind on the hlllsl he jsllgnt passage of a summers daV the swift wlndswep t procession of any autumn clouds the sea In calm ttnjdI storm with the break Ing waves thai wear away tho beach Colliers Weel ly aI uneeCE If G I fIID WJJq tf HYQur1G1 Presidtnt w C ROGERS Vie ttdn 1 1f1 1 Tobdc o Warehouse ili iI I I 11 J II ICO1POATIDI +m f LEBANON KENTUCKY I = 71 I 1 I FesSjAll TOBACCO CAREfULlY GRADED BY EXPERT HANDLERS I r I youwi1IOur market will Tuesda Dc 3r f p haveexperienee men to handle and grade yourtob icco nd 0Dj doirg thij Ito will be aly to get j ou full market valuefIr rout crpp Bring yoar tobacco to Lebanon tbltfi year Our house will 0 night and dIIic and we will give toreverv patron tirst class spryice and bJsS ftcdornodailorsS bI rcklmJ Call on us when in town Aillbe tali 1 1 we glad to see and talk with you tithes J L LeCOMPTEX Managed I J= E J MALAY SERVANT NOT IDEAL May Not Always Understand but Is Consistently Cheerful andIWilling to Please- I am gladl that I found all In ojder at Southampton The docks appeared to be well cared for and the officials on duty were calm and unruffled Our departure was leisurely and dignified Luncheon was served soon after the arrival of the boat train and I am glad to assure you that your commls ploner with whom forethought on these occasions has developed Into a habit took full advantage jf the posi tion of the vessel alongside the quay In addition to myself and the post card fiend I discovered that our passenger list was made up of Putch French English Germans Spanish Swiss Portuguese Moorish and Jav anese We can all speak our own language with varying degrees of fluency including the stewards who are Javanese We communicate with the stewards either through the officers or by dumb show I am glad to report that I am rapidly developing a latent girt for the dying art of pantomime Hunger and thirst are good teachers On the first morning for example wishing to take my usual bath I rang the bell It was answered by my cabin boy Bath I ftiqulred Ho smiled de lightedly May I have a bath I persisted lie nodded disappeared and returned an Instant later with an orangeI jthearms about rather wildly the inten tlon being to imitate one bathlng Yah ho cried disappeared again and came back with a blanket No I saM I am notcold Walt a moment Springing from my bunk I sat down on the floor of the cabin aild went through the motion of one sluicing himself with water I took great prins over the matterS and I really think it was well done Yah Yah he cried and ran off In less than two minutes ho was back with a live hen That is the best of a Malay servant so far as my experience goesho is always cheerful and always willing to take pains Ho never seems to be sullY or out of temper He may not know ones lanpuatre but he has tho undprstandlngIant than the mere faculty of talking London Sketch Darkc Hadia Premonition It nippcged during the construction of ono of Kansas Citys skyscrapers The neon whistle blew and a plasterS er working on tho floor above that on which he hail left his street clothes wanted some change from his pocket book and ordered his tender to go and get The tender paused Loot hyah Mlateh Jim he objected if somebody has already stole yo money an comes back hyah an tells yo dat Its gono y9 Is gwlnc to say tnk It Althoughstruck by tho seeming Jus tice of the objection the plasterer was Impatient Whats the matter with you ho ejaculated Nobody hnn stole my money You go ahead and if tho money is gone I wqnt blame youThe tender departed to return In a few minutes and stand Just inside tho dorr Well said the plasterer pointed ly The tender shuffled his feet wild eyed and Innocent Its Jes like I tolo you boss jes like I tole you Somebody dope robbed xodey wuznt a cent In dem clothes ana rror Verily there Is no thing so true that the damps of error have not warped It Verily there Is nothing so faInt lthatta sparkle of truth Is not in it For the enemy the father of lies tho giant Upas of creation can but per vert the good but may not creatQ tho evil lIe destroyeth but cannot build for he is not an antagonistic deity Mighty In his stolen power yet Is ho a creature and a subject not a maker of abstract wrong Hut a spoiler of concrete right The fiend hathjiot a royal crown he IsUmf a prowling robber suffered for some mysterious ond to haunt the kings highway And the keen sword he beareth once waa a simple plowshare His panoply of error la butn distortion of the truth The sickle that once reaped rlrjhteous nts5 beaten from its useful putve wUhucand splice and bar headeth 4he marauders halbert Seek not further Oman to volvo tie dark rid duo of sin suffice It that thine owl bad heart Is to thee thlne origin of iwJ1MarUnFa1QuhMcr T xtstwuU si 1iF1iT By December 1st After that time the V enalty will be added to all unpaid tax v Pay now and Save Money S JANDERSON SWc7 Commissioners Sale Harve tiobiijson ec PlfT vs Equity osco Gibson et al bit Hy virtue of a Judgment and order CirpuitCourt191i in the above styled cause I shall proceed to offer ior sale on the premi opj7 beiogCountyder at Public Auctipn upon a crttlit of twelve and twentyfour months the fallowing described property towitIA certain tract or parcel of land touniyKyy KSJlIKe theTj Robinson af thq time of her death This land viii ixj offered in two separate tracts and then us a whole and sojd in theImpst money j IFor the purchase price the purchaser oJ purchasers with approved security bbaringlegalpaid and hayin the force and effect of a Judgment 1S0 ers will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms e F BOSLEY M C W Ci Comjnissioners Sale Harve Robinson c Puff EquityMargaretJ Dy virtue ofn Judgment and order qfsale of the u hington Circuit Court rendered at Iv Oct term 1112 iji the above styiJ auae shall PrQ deed to offer for a e on the premises near Sharpsviiie Ky on SATURDAY DECEMBER 711912 Int 2 ocjock pm or thereabout to the highest bidder at Iublic auction Upon a credit of twelve anti tyentyour months the9fuIlcving described property towit lyingKy and bounded failoks Beginning at a dtofle corner t ull gate lot thence a straight line vitii mill lot to a sttxio nsW Graham line in the nas leading to Trace Creek thence f th saiti road as it meandurs tqn bovii tree corner to ifna McManu on bratuli narIySouthin tail AuMiti us no and compr to H GnrdnersIiGijrdnersIiUlOSharp3villoas it mcanJora to he beginting sup potted to cjiuaia ares Be the same more or less For the parclie c rfce the purchaser or purchasers approved security uinJllelnlpaid and having a j erco and eject ol bOOYreJtol i C F BGSi M ChV C C New idea for Stereoscope The oldtlmo stereoscope the rlcnd of our childhood days Is proratccil n return to popularity Ill a son1wl1lot new guise The ci inc fievlce h3 been hitched to tho latest vW of the photographic art and 11 but a short tire before t 4 at d otereoscope will bo b 3 thy iat- lors and sitting r a evwyhonie as it was once The mov lug picture TV huj boefl made available for purposftw Jt Is no longer Y l to the auditorium and C bsil h t a nW camera small cotni Mad easily operated and not oxp o place the facility for make ing theae jilctwv withjn tie reach of thoamatnkr WlUi the knowjedge ac quired with d little pracUce onq may make pictures which will catch the merry twinkle of the eye the fleeting light of babys dimple and the Hula lindividualities rhclrare lost In tho fusslneas of the studio pose i r t Administrators Sale As administrator of estate of Ed Cuslck ecased I will at luslatereidtnce u arMaritun Ky oa THURSDAY DECEMBER 12 1912 at10 ococltfa m J jqJIOWiDid8Criued r FoU good brood tofares in foal 2 2vear old horse colts one tiI t by S J Thompsons Jack 1 8jear old horse hcyse1I 1I45 h ad ofr sbeep OJI6 milch CJWw J H 8ettrlucaiv sjv and 6 shoaL II4tlureGeiZr hr ClibnCnj tine in tirtclaSSCondiliuDI II Hubr St xi asISting with huller attaih yslLI is s p IIaor iS1ulthrf o clii and Ii tuotiy Ge ZT saw imUgocd us nw 1S I brenpeq saw mill in gocd con ilion a 5 inch 1trcult saw ill 43iunh c rcoiaKBavc I 12horfce Gr tar Scutb polahle CU lUC andgood UUUUIIIUI1 il 10horse Gaar Scotfe envine 1 t 32t12h rse power and Dix cu ting Ibix 150 fdet endless g4nybt 7 itch4 ply only din one season 1 log wiLun and 2 firm wajrona 12 buggies arid fiiie break catcyclrfue hay SlOdS IIh ceIII stroke self feeder 1 firmers frfehdnay press idx p- 1S2 stroke 1Ciiampoui binder f 1 mowtr ltlhcbIrUW f toonis wu atdt1 s bluckatnifli tool Q her articles loo numerous to montioh rEi A sums uiifler SlO cmu Oyer Ihut amount Ol- txmunth8 Lime Note wi Itutii security und oaring inte1351 J F REST USIGK Athiiilllstrator Lintchon the Ground e2gie sffomuw leldjustrboltqBonandoff device The action ctays open after each single shot emptyFlveIrol of the trigger fiiigor The recoil undoer for yon Idcks Another shell in takes tho strain off the gunthe dlscomfortot of the Idck ell without dlnunishlng the drive behind the shot Simple takdawni few tams of the readily bandied magazine screwcap make cleaning carrying and inter chanpa of barrels quIck and easy Send for a rsouqn plituro booklet telling how tIte kick is usedhow a friction device found only en tho Remington UMC Autoloading Shotgun take the punishment out of heavy loads Write tidyREMINGTON ARMS UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO 200 Broadway 7 Nsw YkC It1iab1andofflprah asivalep1ill3Seru Is necewarjr to conduct success fully a baiiacss enterprise Ths CaJt iland Telcph Jn and Talesraph Company gives you a universal service tht iis locl connections with all citizens In your tOWn and Lonr Distoises con tjectiani to itl outjideimpoVtian pities and town Xou get kOeU3r what you ipaV Ycr Call out Manager fpr further infowaatjon Tin iknindl S not for cheap telephone eryiceVbut for raliable and comprthitnelv Mfe phone selVhcJ r CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE vt TfiLEfiRAPH COMPANY Incorporated T- Ti DR Gt T BURTON AltIrf PdT DENT1 T- Au Work GMlr teed t rT PHONE162R 1 i aa Block u SPRINGFIELD stairs itgJj KY w t CJ J1 VEDI WijiMUaS andSnrgeon oftceJiours 8 to 9 a mlll 1 to 2 pmOffices over Haydons Drngstor il W Ft GRIQSBY z s ATTORNEY AT LAW OCioe ot or 1i ply iiauu BPIUNOI ELJ KY t c D MW HYATT f Office over Red Cross Drug- Storet Office hours Hyatt 1080 igvrI m to 12 m 4 to 5 pm J JMcWILLlMSS1 1 Notary Public t WILLISBURG KY Jf i Depositions a Specialty 3l Z J Y MAYES SPYEAGER tJJ MAYES YEAGER 0l I Funeral Directors and Embalmers TELEPHONE GAY 19 NIGHT 74 PnygJ IfDRI r t F a TRUSTY r tPRACTICALt1 I DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber p Dental work atreasonable prices A ilmqrlrguaranteed t SPRIN FIELD KY r J TR8ESa 0 Fruit ltd Ornamental v Shrubs Aperagus Rhubarb PeoDes Roses Phlox etc Growers of Vhat we selL Free Catalog No Agents i B Hillenmeyer lr Sons Lesiiffton Ky L Commissioners Sale dt Ida Etherington Admrx etc Plffs vsEquity tr Irene Elheringtan etc Dfts- By virtue of a Judgment arfd orde of sale of the Wshington Circuit f Court rendered at the October termJl 1912 in above styled cause I shall pro ceed to offer for sale upon the premii ses near Willisburg Ky on SATURDAY NOVEMBER 30 1912 at 2 oclock pmor thereabout to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of one and two years the follow ing described property towit 1 A certain tract or parcel ot lan lying and being in Washington county Ky near Willisburg on the Willisbur e and Chaplin turnpiKe ontanning 59 34 j tacres and also a small tract of Ian d lying across the pike from above said 69 34 acres and containing 516 of an ty c properqbogFor the purchase price the parchas erS or purchasers with Approved tccuri or RurSSes must execute Bond Learin legal interest frant date of sate ft paid and having the force and untilI J a Judgment Bidders wil be prepay e to comply promptly with these terms CF BQSLEf M C W CC TOWNLcal i 4 HapptNlns r Interes Freshest and Latestt i 11 AlMutYcurstir Friends alllral Acquaintances ji rtrrFIIJII I postedomell postsj L Clements FOR SALE75 tons first class timothy hay J A Boulware FARMERS Come in and see ourTiinotny Seed best on the market They are cheap Gett our price B D LAKE Co FOR SAT E power cutting box J W Tucker High grade Rhode Island Rtd Pallet t8 for sale Mrs J W Tucker FOR SALE6 Duroc Jersey boars of the very best breeding iat farmers prices 8 Mayes Jr 1E7 thoroughbred Scotch Collie pups C L Grundy FOR LALEBarred Plymouth Rock cockerels each pullets 75c also potato onions Mrs C L Brady Iictus9wasissuedIthis we 3k to irvin Thompson and Miss Clara Cntsinger Both are prominent people of the Willis burg neighborhood 1 have moved to the Rhine hurt property opposite Grin steads Poultry house where I am prepared to do all kinds of sewing Will be glad to have my friends Gall on me Zula Nally I have for sale severall pure blood highly pedigreed boar hogs for sale at low prices Ready for service W A Waters Supt Grundy Home Old Kent says he does not Acme1Cement of the Egyptian Pyramids 4500 years ago or not but he does know that they could not have found anstning better sale by W K Marks Sons ForII IHon J N Saunders of Lin coin Lodge No 80 will deliver a special Masonic Lector in Masonic Temple Springfield Ky Monday night Dec 2nd All visiting Masons and the County Lodges cordially in vited R E C Lawson Master See Those The PottersIclass entertainment should not fail to go to the Qpera House onI the night of December ras the Poters who take rank among the best on tbe American stage will be there ready to en certain Tbe proceeds will be used for the benefit ef the vlethodist church County Court dMonday was the regular N v ember term of the Washington County Court The will of Mr A B McMullen was proven and admitted to probate The court appointed Verne Auberry Poor hou e Keeper Geo Edelen uuorhonse commissioner and Dr F Hamilton poorhouse phy- y ician No action was taken in Kthe matter of appointing a road supervisor There were several land sales bv the master comis sicner and all land sold well TOPICS II rDR5V MANNING DENTIST SPRIN KYrOffices over McElroy Sbaders grocery Phone 234B Hours 8 to 12= 1 to 4 Fingers Ground Off Mr Raymond Shewmaker was the victim of a serious accident last Tuesdry afternoon He was feeding a cutting box being run by a gasoline engine In trying to get out something that was checking the feed of the machine his fingers became caught in the fast moving blades of the machine and before he could stop the machine or extricate him pelf three othis fingers were cut off His injuries were treat he and be Is progressing as well as could be expected Lecture Concert and- Entertainment Course Offered by ladies of Methodist church Season tickets at Hay don Willetts drug stone sell ing taut v iThe Pottera Dec 2 Roy Newton Jany 29 Victorioa SRrenader Feby 6 The Gabs March 11 Stratfort Quartet April 9 Tobacco Market Opens The local t hacco market opened last Tuesday wi h sales at the Farmers Houe and the Springfield House Because of gsjwerenot had an opportunity to strip their crops The offerings were of the best quality and goy d prices prevailed At the Farmers House the highest average was that realized by Chas Camden who averaged 17c the crop of Adam Elliott realized 13 and the crop of A B Hundley averaged 18c Ai the Springfised House the highest average was 16iq The sale was very encouraging to the growers and warehousemen RubyHyattMr and Miss Wil lie Ruby were quietlp married in Harrodsburg yesterday Immc iately following the ceremony they left for a short bricUl trip The groom is a son of Mr Lee Hyatt and the bride is a daugh ter of Mrs Pheoba Harlow and is an accomplished musician For y eIlhame A wedding of tome interest here because of the fact that the parties are both related to par ties in this county and well krown was that of Mr Jas 1ham and Mrs Gertrude Van arsdale Forsjthe which took WedIular matron of Harrodsburg and the groom is one of the prominent business men of that city BeamCameo Mr Clarence Carrico and Miss Beam of tbe St Marys neigh borhood were married last week at St Charles church by Rev Father Pike The attendants were Mr Rue Carrico and Miss Prodie Carrico The groom is a son of Mrs Ellen Carrico of j I i g ED eu rOKIwlo was uccide11 ly lied Sat urttay Nov 16th J this county hiU the bride is u native of Marion ounty They will reside in this county CIarksonMud Mr S D Mudcj and Miss Mata tie Clarkson wee married at St Rose yeste day norning The attendants were Messrs Frank Clarkson brolhoi of the bide and Mr Riohari Kelly The bride is a daught r of Mrs Etta Clarkson laud tIelate E B Olaikson tShi is a bright minded young layI with a host of friends while t legroom is onep of the most enterprising young farmers of the cooySmithPadgettnMrR M Batget and Miss t Esaie Smith wen married at St G Rose last rues ay morningat Nuptial Mass Rev i McGouagle j ha FnttJPrI were Mr Watt r Bulge Mr Walter Matt ogly the hrtis n daughter o Mr Jim El Smith and is a popular aid ac complished yours lvly admired by all wh knliit hr while tin Jo groom who is a s m ol MIIr T P Barliiett is tHustrious ffir mer Toe nany friends of thy young cupe sh them miny nears of liappiuc s Holdermsn Mr Wallac 3erott Hldrman di dIt iljx horn orh s parents Novuriier 23 1812 ii toe 18th yeaIef his aye He was tilt old stdm f Mr JHS Lfolderman Mackville afredednearltifteen days he wad stricken viih pnoumon d Every effort uaa made to cafe j his young ijfo bi t without aVaiLa He was a very worthy young man and weiliikud by all q Spa 1ItMrs IVresa jmldiiijil died at her house n last uesclav cif or gaiticI heart failure Mrsv opalding was at JUv 73 Jersor gdand a higlil respected lad Prior lo tier uu rnage about 4u yuati ago sdj was a11hs Ital laid and wibu r riniiofNeI5Un lcUUJcJoseph rpaiiii preceded hOt 10 the grve el o n years Hti was u weil Uioi n cituuu of LheS fcOJllf Mexican Vu Mrs Spldlu lindthe lume tie Aullun LiU l road near piicsd id for want years ard Wet j highl regard solib Mrs yJ KiHig wets Life pu s Or fOoi uif unis0Vtltr oui Uisijosititii tuudtsi jvud quut in mtnti rr h is rut JJVIVtand Hicham b rtlJuiug of iiis u tcountyconducted at S Itusu this morning dol UcjcllcI CryFOR AaT ORIA 1PERS9NALr isvisitingIfriends Mr Conrad Fertleiu of New Albany Innis visiting relatives here IMr Oscar McIlvoy who has i varsi3 Rev W ll Williams of Glua iw spent a few days here this week Prof Jrr C Noe of Lexington is spend5n5 Thanksgiving with relatives here Mrs C BHowe E Minar Wtn Gaflbailh and L D Wai1 kerof Louisville composed a hunting party who spent the IIHJ Miss Gladys Walkora student perdlDglTnanksgiviog e Tuesday p m to spend Thanksgiving with their mother Mrs J L Janes Judge and Mrs J J Gentry wert the guests of Mr and Mrs JjJP Pottos during last week Mrs Sallie VaoArsdaleis vita ting relatives in Louisville Mis Nannie Tong of tbis was operated on at St Josephs Inflrtnarv in Louisville stedllyrrha operation was very succnssful and she is doii ly She WAS accompanied i Louisville by her sister Mrs F Carpenter Mr G D Du JcaD was in Lnq isville yesterday Mr A C Kiiu ball spent a rew days a Henderson this week Mr and Mrs S H Bishop were in L uisviilc st rday Mrs F B N is at S pphs Infirm ny in Loui ville where sl1d at opera itjn performed Tuv ay She stoo the oprali to iemarkahlqtvIt and is proressits alii ht The Home Coming at the Baptist Church Well Attended- I fprto of he cold north Ih and stow the Bnpiist Horn Coming s well attendncJ Members tf the church foi mei IP ethers und friends came from gill parts cf the county and al jintrr counties to stake hnds id mine with friends and n lations It is the purpose we understand of tho church to take this a annual featureof tto church dalander Judge JIJ J Gentry delivered a ustei fuladdress His subject vi Tile Churches Oblsaticm to lilt Sunday School The former pastor Rev W 1 Williams now of Glasgow woo present l11 sermon was MVihly enjoyedi H con trastfrd the hot inch showing that as the fails Ircle was united in bonds of love so the church be a spiritual family circle united by bonds of Christian love with a puip se to mutually helpful and to h- e1yI aid active in the JL tere of the church Rev R L Pqrdo1Owho was on the program to preach nt RCIcountverq great disappointment Jdge Geitry titled in well with jil ndii uiUlie s on the bap ss Lti uiens Missionary Move ment IRoricfAil 1 lurkoy buyers in Washington county must bring hit if scales t le ountv Clerks office Nov 2dlr COt to he estcd I vviii IM char lath d ivs Jt COUDON Inspector ea nro 1 i tmA4 9J 5 4 ILL DEF NDER BRED SOWo 1 o ATl SPRINGFIELD SATURDAY D EMBERi 21 11 1 fJt yiis i I willI offer for safe1 a r SItrt 77 t4Jz 60i Head Duroc 5I ItG 2J Sired by QhiaChief The Professor Proud Advance Johns Ohio Chief Super ba Top Col Orion Chief Chief Orion Good JEnuff 5 Again end Good Enuff Again Jr Col King C Ts Col Garnett ColI High Chief bred to Del nder for spring litters The attrac 5 i lions will be the Ohio Chief Proud Advance Johns Ohio Chief arid Superba sows bred to Defender Anothqijattraction wijl bet o 1Sir feyare extra good and willmake show winners next summer JAVill sell a choice lot ofspring gilts bred toProfssor13oya greaton of the Professor out of Zelma 35th Will sell some choice all pigs by Defender and Suerba and tt instructor You will never find a better offering Catalogues only sent on request Write for one early i LIE S Mayes Jr Sprfngf1 I Ky ti jc 1u Jp tt W MMfc1ft J tt I I Mf Oo1 4 iUNQERWEARiThis IIII You can fried full line of the op iii I mans and Childrens garments at rlarstyliwf WII THE ROBERTSON CLYBSOOKE CGO J ILUJRjORITO II Or o IThereI dry sand and cement Is shot from otI nozzle by compressed air A hose delivers to the same nozzle a supply of water under pressure and the mixture of sand cement and wa ter Is shot out with a velocity of about three hundfed and fifty feet per second The pozzle Is arranged to pro maIterlalmaI then rapidly built upiOne of these guns has been used in the Panama canal in covering the sides of the Qulebra cut with cement to prevent the unstable earth from I Weekly sliding Into the canalHarpera IIconsolaII 1university1 where he said Other nations had phonetic spelling but we were terri bly behind other nations We are slaves of the printers If we do not spell according to them they change us over and over againand there is no redress The right way for teachers S was not to regard spelling as a valuable exercise at all Everyone should be allowed to spell as they liked just as Shakespeare did last as our ancestors and just as many parents of the present day would like their children to learn Wireless on Kings Auto A deputation from the Spanish Wireless Telegraph company recently waited on King Alfonso to beg him toicomplete apparatu of wireless In stallation that will enable him to cqm fi munlcate with any one he pleases whorever he may be by means of radiotelegraphy IThe king accepted the gift with light examined the car and deII with great Interest and began to It Immediately wafting congratulations to Premier Canalejas on the birth of A little daughter that daySi IllTlmed She see the papers say thQ au thorities are going to Bbxuui tbo bucket shops HeYes thats so She What a mean thlngto do just when fall housecleanlng due lhope theyll let the broom factories stay open Is Letter Writing Lost Artr It Is a wellknown fact that In the present rush of life the art of letter writing is dying rapidly especially among women There Is no time lost in longwinded sentences and needless uptodatemondalne self In a short precise crisp manner and merely betrays her frame vof mind while Corresponding In the Be lection of her Ink If the lady means to show herself in an amiable friend Iy mood she chooses green Ink Yellow or orange implies that the writer Is exuberantly happy The various shades of violet demand a careful study on the part of the reader blue predominating over red to an im portent extent when the writer seeks consolation Tbe most eccentric Case of all is the use of white Ink upon red paper The latter expresses ex ceptlonal pride and energy carried to an excessive degree fi Germany Mike Magnesia Floors They are eking the floors of Jbig- office buildings in Germany of a mix ture of magnesium chloride Pulverized magnesia and sawdust laid from two to four Inches thick Consul Gen eral Robert P Skinner reports from =Hamburg that such floors are waterproof almost fireproof crank tree harm under foot elastic soundproof and cheaper than pine flooring tWng or stone tl j FNGSH f s h N I sII JthIRYIRIIri iw I t BENEDETTIII 4I IF X I I= = a KkJ P DANEEHOLD J F DANNEHOfiD Jr v GEO TWYMAN Pecs I and Treas VicePresident Secretary Main Street Tobacco Warehqus Cb J INCORPORATED J MAIN STKEET H USE t INDEPENDENT DANN HOLD CO Proprietorst t 92325 W Main Street et9thand 10th LOUISVILLE KY itStorage Four Months FreeoE hare Best Light in City AuctiqnlSalei Daily Best Inspection t Return Prorajtly rdeSS t Mark Your Hotheads MAIN STREET HOUSE thavet 9ne the Main Street Warehouse Company w +H+w + vv tiwt v M OFf1 ODABoar th chi lilld Jt3JS lislgh dwt4 m ti d it t f 71t t I r 5v v i slrr r i ii F 1 r Jww r 1 L iii 0if k1tMia IIIPE TELLER at1susnu Sctentiffe Palmist sr few MWH nCI Tells r Own FertuneIt DAVIcre In i Matist wttk Htft s la her luUr had use Mf nto4 IB te crowd from trtMrfa irttk irkora tba had come P to tte tete 11M MitwiataaMBt was being i for a ytjwlar Parity and givj a was wall rtfnMated Gaily ash tette tie purse at every turn f aau eAowera formed a bright i ckcrwiurf for the fancy costumes tt the geM M lively music mingled Kh th lavchter or those who danced e At Zss sa4 erf the hall a group Kesietf cdy forward to watch the Jrcles eta fascInating juggler but e te tras Ht taU enough to see his 4rfcl so she turned aside In search SE soaaethlng more amusing Over a I Wet Dear TIH read Madame AdeleI 4kkatile Palit end Fortune Tell s iad a llttl witNlly she passed erIe M4telarakrkt- ri1 Tar haai jsa4 molselle k Aiiar fit th fertam pushed a cub l laI leeward u u table and with th- etaa T pack of cards was scat I Ur4 myoa tkJk r uthl palmist Mt te father theta Miss Miller saw v a fcer teak her kaad across her eyes I aaythlag wrong Are you In t tTMkler ttt stfond Zoe Quickly for kr burt wu kind Ok sats all rtghtM responded KaJlam Adele with evident embar ras sat as eke sade another quick gaVather yei 1 didnt think Td beIlc M Uly Ill tell you a good I aleI ifl aUdded with a painful desire CeJeue i Id rather yo would tell me what It Uinhat bothers you persisted Zoe Tfi S7 husband simply Hes alck aa when I came away his pain- T was awfuL I hated to leave him alone IB UM hoarding house and Just now It aaMras though I couldnt stand it tknowing how be was Thats all IIIM I Zea pulled out her purse It was JMti tery heavy one Maiame Adele she commanded t take that money and hire a taxIcab there area dozen waiting outside II ant go to see your husband as fast 0 M the few allows Til take your place here The fortune teller gasped Do you ieta Itr she breathed her facer Ueht But hew can you do Itr 91ieae your robe and hood ez lifcSiZo In this iaim light no one 4 wBTJSoir me they would never thitfS trbeing here anyway Hurry be f fere somebody comes WHhoat another protest Madame Atele tore off the black mantle that jMTeleped her fastened It around her companion and adjusted the disguising r hoot Silently she produced a black pescll and with a few deft touches 4 transformed Z6es young face Into a ejiyllned middleaged one Then an lisa seemed t9 strike her MBmt the fortunes miss 7 How 7ft tell themf canI I know nearly everybody here Ill pleas them welL Begone ordered A Zoe briskly and the palmist dlsapIearil4 through a flap In the t The juggler had finished his act and trade began agajn Zoo mapped out rosy fgturea for two girl friends a I rither silly old bachelor and an 1m yoatsg dowager Then there was a Ih1I apT1figrpalafulftjWill you tell my fortune Madame Jup2t Adeter How familiar was the pleas set voice your hand monsieur as profps p sjosally as possible Your life is all tlii the lines so plain for one to read Aklt has been a pleasant life so far has It nott Ivsee the school boy full of tackler but quick to learn then the larger boy at larger school a col Ieee perhaps But yes Then comes lostSt trie the travel lines You have been btkBBast monsieur Tea are clever Madame Adele I powersYoiiarelifftL T08oubt It monsieur Do yom Twi know the French gypsies I waaffcern but to return Again you 1r 21 In a large house with a w foal mother You are gay you have ft rnaay Mends Also ybu work but not wtthtth hands You are bow calls MaTa breaker MAscokerr laughed you3g Donald SOL Ak the so funny English She jola e4U him mirth Ybm read marvelously he encour aged her So much foi the past and tpreent What conies nextr Marriage monsieur You must be Same Is It not oof Perhaps Can you describe the li4yofy tater Tki fortune teller hesitated the 4 pbrl k t moment then she went brave r ISL 5f4 B t yes monsieur I can see a lady Yev have known her since childhood Sheftrl r fi adot A suitable match rwtritAfc stopped abruptly searching ills face His bright amused expression kadk414 to a look half troubled half i boedSWhat Is Itr she cried You mean yea 4e mot care for her f- Uwuklisom ieaned forward earnsI J17i Twt are the repository of nIl our 5iirta Madame Adele I know the 4S 4t i lAdy she Is all that you saybut But what she demanded breath betty He laughed with a bit of embarrass ment but answered frankly I had hoped to care more deeply more rb manycally for my lady of dreams Is there no one else The fortune teller hesitated study Ing his face But monsieur you have been much seen with this young lady Perhaps you dp not quite realize how aovoted il0U have appeared Your marriage is looked for Society expects It your motherexpects It It Is thought theproper thing There was a moment of silence then the man rose All the youthful aceR seemed suddenly ta have faded out of his face IThe proper thing he repeated Isee The proper way is the prudent way not the oldsweet natural way One might expect a little romance at a fortune tellers he smiled wearily but the proper thing has taken Its plrce He pulled a bank note from his pocket and turned away rose with a little gasp as If she IZoe air A sweet wild hope long resolutely down In her heart sprang suddenly Into life at his out burst Unexpectedly she heard her own voice call Return monsieur He wheeled in surprise There may be something mere t have not yet tried the cry3talball She motioned him back back to his chair and pulled forward a cmall glass f ball which was part of the parapher nalia of the tent She fixed her eyes steadily upon It Figures form shetannounced a second later I see another woman In ybur Ute She Is young she Is small she is dark Donaldson bent toward her eagerly Do you really see her tooT A little gypsy of a girl Yes yes I see her She we rs red like a poppy she has poppies in her hair She has no dot but she would tryto make youa good wife moo sieur He sprang up excitedly Hang the money 1 expect to sup port my own wife She is a marvel I tell you would she really have me do you think If Iwere you suggested the palm let but without raising her eyes would try to find that out You are truly wonderful Madame Adele1YOOg Donaldson gavea happy laugh as he turned to go You have read me a charming fortune shall recommend you with pleasure Good night A whisper from behind made Zoe turnSIm back miss Dan was sleeping like a child and the man from across the Mall was sitting with him Arent people kind Ill never forget It of you miss never She quickly divested Zoo of her dis guise and rubbed her face back to Its natural lines Now let me tell your fortune miss she begged Its nil that I can do But Zoe shook her head laughing AdeloIsheCopyright by tw McClure News paper Syndicate 0 WAV BE CONTEMPT OF COURT WhoIOurIIA Judge Is an officer appointed to mislead restrain hypnotize cajole seduce flabbergast and bamboozle a Jury In such manner that It will forget all the facts and give Us decision to the best lawyer The objection to Judges Is that they are seldom capable of a sound professional judgment of lawyers The objection to lawyers Is thatth best are the worst In some states the Jury Is judge of the law as well as of the facts The objection to this system Is that the Jury Invariably decides that the law is an ass Hence the courts of ap pealA Jury Is a group of twelve men who having lied to the Judge about their hearing healthand business gagements have failed to fool him Even a judge It appears sometimes has a certain low cunning The penalty for laughing In a court room is thirty days In Jail If It wore for this penalty the remarks of Inot would never be heard A defendant Is a man who has sought refuge In the courts from the natural consequences of his rascality- A fine Is a bribe paid by a rich man to escape the penalty laid upon por men In China and Persia a Judge takes bribes personally In Chrlstn dom ho takes them as agent for the public treasury But It makes no difference to the man who pays them or cant pay them The verdict of a Jury Is the opinion of that Juror who smokes the worst cigars Baltimore Evening Sun Worm Will Turn Youve talked for an hour about that letter I forgot to mallcorn plained the tired business man hlsizUeJust think how Are you sure put In the mant wearily that Im as bad as you make out n Worso You are utterly and en tirefySNow Just a moment Youve got to give me credit for one thing any howWell what I didnt steal the stamp Remember if you can wives the virtues of the poor brutesCleveland- Plain Uealer i 1 NATURES ESSENCE Liifcci tim Fuesf Pianist Natures laws ore perfect but disease follows If these laws ore not obcycd Oft straight to nature for the cure to tho forest thsre are mysteries here that wo MB f ms for tiTakc the bark xsttbe wriidchcrry tree the root of mandrake 0 leae Qretfoa gripe root queens root bloodroot mid fclden seal make a scien side aeseIeoiio extract of them with just the right proportions and you have i 9 ctwr Pierces Golden Blcdlcal lscyS4 k tte k Dr Three with the assletance of two learned chemists ciil years of J Imnl w ric ezperlflMatiait to make this pure gtyceria extract and alterative of the f tiiit MslMoy sad without he use of a particle ofalcohol Just the sort of remedy yiti need to rrTaka rich red blood and cure that lassitude anclijeiing of nerve exhaustion t Pierces Golden Medical Discovery bears the stamp of ttDr APPROVAL and has sold more largely in the post forty WiP years than any other blood purifier and stomach tonic r 1 Sc PtIjnonoIgotcutofleaIthrnystarnachseemeIttbetha iastct the trouble writm XnoEz1AWnLLX1I cf Bcllovfllc Knnx It leom to doctor with the doctors lit hOM u eli wll1 doVe I uny dIn Act most of tbiunedldncs did mo harm Finally I vrrota to Dr Pierce EufftltvN Y vto replied itatlne that I hsd fiver com plalntwith IndltfwUon and eonatinaUoa and vdyiaed Dr Pierces Golden Medical Difcovory find licaosnt icilstSThe Dlscorery end Pellete have put moon 47 root again MsedtobeJuxtvrlMtlbwidai I could recovoi ifboat then 7 WLLLw Esq PP PItCes PLrrSaaI Pallet ero for Ljr Ills jw- V i j1k STREETAPPARElI Much Importance Attached to Outdoor Costume Draped Effects Are Accorded the Most Popularity by the Leading Do signersWaist Lino a Matter of Individual Choice EWYORKJust now and tar N rino herin nth to cqmo the prin cipall interest In clothes centers around street apparel and cer- tttainly it is an important feature in dressto appear well gowned in pub lic but the smart dresser never ucg lects the frocks to be worn in tho house for she realizes how telling It Is to bo becomingly and distinctivel- gowned in ones own home write Laura RiSeIple in the Chicago Rec ordHerald Therefore thfi first car itsidertationscostumes and the evening gowns r after these difficult problems are ac compllshed then attention iican be turned to fascinating house gown This does not mean the matinee negligee but the tea gown which to day finds quite as elaborate and ever whit as expensive If not raoce so than tIre fashionable dinner gown and often iIn many respects it Is ver similar Many of the worlds renowned de signets have gone over to draped e fects for street wear indeed few the European houses have turned out anything but draped styles of one kin of another And in many of the great establishments the normal waist line and even the elongated waist line ri ceives much attention but the raise waist line Isby ho means discarded and many sumptuous models aroi shown with decidedly short waist On street cpstumes the celntufo Is In dicated by a false girdle or belt which In many instances furnished the decorative feature of the coat All sorts of original Ideas are thus expressed and with excellent results Sometimes the lengthened waist line Is suggested in the same way Velvet for the Street IWhite the handsomest btreet cos ght out by one of New Yorks importers who has copied aud idealized a large number of exclusive models Is a gown very simple in lineI yet superlatively Pous ttgmade It Is 01 wht t io tiSo t f tlit 3r5 n si n t have nrihlr dr j t tar cut rtrrUt back toeIt1 s Ja closes over the right In a rounded corner leaving the slightly plaited underskirt In vlow at the bottom Ornate white buttons set with a single brilliant hold the corner In place In the front a cleverly nrrjng cd white satin sash starting from der the front of the Medici collar and Tailing down the left front of coat and skirt to tho knee Tho scarf hclJ at by straps of velvet and small but cqns Indications point to an unprecedent cd year of velvet Velvets of all kind- sjro popuar hut the brocades and noplrjChI mImessallnu or on metallic gauze are particularly beautiful and lend th m clea charmingly to drapery eJTots neat deal Is being done with bitte r velvet tmbossed on cloth df egid and wonIvelvet are Lclnn exhibited at the smart houses o well aro the cm hasped fabrics klng that It Is mot impossible to obtain even short length of the choice patterns In the shops OneTone uects Popular Taupe onetone effects are extreme ly popular In tbs delettabte mite rids and some of the smartest nfer lcn gowns urv developed In ttaupe velvet embossed messalino mall ir with plain truie velvet or satin an relieved by oas vdes of lovly eoft lace The various taupe shades Ire surprisingly effective and Ren rlybecoming btiUoften relieving colors are employed with taupe certain shades of red or old rose being the most successful One also sees diPp orange with tavpe but this combina tion is only for the brunette to whom burnt orange Is becoming The new reds that are being favored Just now are excellent with all the fashionable molo and brown tones as well as with the heavier shades of taupe Some exceedingly pretty models In corduroy and heavy velvet not tinllko those in wool are modish and chnrtn Ing for street wear A lovely little suit In deep rose corded velvet was highly complimented with Its under skirt of black satin bordered with skunk fur and Its cnunniticly nrr red skirt plaits The fancy coat cut quite long at the back with away fronts and satin waistcoat m broldered with red andold Tho high collar and long tight sleeves were finished with a band of fur cor responding with that on the bottom of the skirt The high close collar trimmed with line of fur Js Hncbm lug more and more popular as are ilro tho long dopefitting sleeves fln hed In the same manner Odd Designs Give Variety font tails long or short aqunrc or spiked and bc ts or odd ornaments mcrklng the waist line offer variety to the modlsh street costume Eve n when the coats ore short In front they aro likely to show more length In tho back than did the coats of a few weeks back In many Instances the collars appear orly In the back show Ing opt at all ficm the front vtww or merely as lines on tho shoiildera and occasionally one notices a bodlco fm Ished round at the base of the neck across the front but running down a trifle lower In a point at the back Many of the rxpinsive gowns and blouses are mpdewith the round dVtfp cut but iu cold weather advance shall sve Iratrj fewer of the bare throats pretpnUThe ftgowns whipcord Mor materlnlstriped or plain both as to finish arid color The smrrtc t out n e have ctetfln 0 are ju intrtM vih the tiniest Etnpo of red grrn bbc brown black or White lie stripe being so hint that it is butused to give color lathe ou semble ii lien material Is thick bony end warn A ve ysha4e caller d i tllleulr s tcnc betwOen ddad grtcn theIciriarjBhBoe is considered by runny ar thebestbecomiiit tate Is known as dead Ladies Sate JYicncyaad Keep inI Style Reading NcCalls Magazine and Using McCall Patterns tcCsWi tIuulae wn help you dirtsJshly a a gtoCrsto ezi br koetaayou latest 111ocust clMbM aud New FMb Ion Ixulr in e teue j velnftbl Inform tJon sit booM anA sonal a rer lnruiiira free pattern t Scribe today or for free sainBle coi r tlertu wllle ibleyoa omskoln jot own orao with yod own liantlscKliiyourself ami ctiiliU n which wtjl be fit t in style ard flu Jj ee noneIilghor Iran u cents Send frei Pattern Calalot we win CM Fi1 Jtlntr ratscrlptlous nmon ir iruu Premium Catalogufj and Cash Priz tr a2 9Wat3JtUnWYGttI yIISI1WUUA ann It n rn ru rin =tlon of a sort or q u gray virtu a Quail of brown and rodSPopular Sha Jes of Brown ushtsdyesIrIrNavy blue Is always smart but un efyapt old and this is the case with whipcord and mQleyattractl e piodsh woolen stuffs and there are some very andfmaterials A stt nnlng tailored two Ifpiece mrJlfl wnnAf thick soft wool nt trimdmlng was a fiat braid matching the material In color The clever way In which the braid ras applied and the thod r ITThe jpvyn here II Crated consists of a swathing pr mothcrofpearl Nin IrOn veiled WI hblge net It has a beaded lace band passing under the drapery and a back pleat of ofkitones of the stoma furplshed theI exquisite detal of the finished cos tumo In the sarne exhibit with this ex client moJr was atfother gown worthy of meii Ion This was In aIbeautiful sired of brown and was fashioned of h ijvy chiffon and moir- eThcroivas a ull underskirt of theIchiffon having drapery of the supple lustrous moire ornlng the lower part of tile shirt r d running up at Hie left front to th high waist line This treatment nlfo the underskirt of Full chiflon Fhftirg Inn sort of pan alec at the l t Fide while on the rigirt side the ilffon was draped Tho sides of the bi dire and sleeves were of chiron arid bp moire was employ etlln tilt pInt bodlre front line of dark fur trii nid the sleeves neck land bottom of skirt Thr rPICe Suits As the s i ij advances more Inter pet is I1hVtI t threejilco suits lIarK the Pry nrndf Economist especially styles wlnfi low a coat midoof HI vet or non ty cloth and the dress do vHowd In Uro fdcloth peon do sourls ribMno tr niiar1 materials The coats of milts are usually mad In rnodifl th1 away outline the mrr s iironvm bk extrnriinK Uii ni fiivprite fcr the dn of these co tIKfII elows thi Id gIrd skirt drapery u lalry arranged wt1 ward tiif ln t oltliotitrh Rome styles tiw the dr4 ery fleets toward the Int this bIn formed by looping up the lilliI i i nt In folds which caught In wj h the rile erari fIIrI thiS Vtr lrni Is allowedI 1 Qtlt Cajniture The c art it for lingerie drosses Is of narrow Mack hvt ribbon and has one loop that stands lip and two long end th t are finished in n horl rental Hiie luifie loose petnlvd ur tlflclalro 0 some colomnknuwn to botai j is riBtrmd into tbe bflt at one of he waist lino Thr bluf rt he Immcnsely IopularI while mauv tad orange roses me con aidertd very mart COATS WILL PROTECT SHEEP Pennoylvanlt IKeeps Two Angcras to Drive Away Panthers and Other Animals of Prey In order frustrate an attack on his flock or beep by a catamount or panther Dav Id Glove of noar Haney- e vlllo has pur hased two Angora goats The pugnaci y of these goats Is such rthat no anil ml of prey dare attempt to despollaiocl The shoe raisers of that wild sed tlon have iffered sevoro losses to their flocks Mate years since the big Increase In blacfc bears and cata mount and row with a real panther In tho nelg lorhood It became neqga ear 1o do omothlng desperate MrIGlovcr hit i ion4tho Angora goat lidea and It spomi to have settled the probi rylera The oats are masters of anIthey survej all right even the men folk flghUn shy of getting too clrsocto the sturiir creatures At Jihls seaIEon of tho ear the sheep are on tho wild rangej Other sheep raisers wo watching r Glover operfl1sntcPhlladelphiji North American J LIVE sroCKs il i J ATCR TROUGH QUITE NOVEL Heavy Metal Base Holds Plp Vhlch Is Attached to the Support So That It Can Revolvb Something now and odd In trje iv if water troughs has beep daigned by I California man Its n6vefty lies In the fact that it Is selfcleanlnlg A pipehlcbi that it can revolve thereon In ioction of the pipe that Is normally I 11 Novel Water Trough indornoath are a series of perf rt lions Rigidly attached to the tie ind swinging from it like a cradle Is he trough A hose leads from the pipe to a hydrant and when the water is lurned on from the hydrant the trough quickly filled If the trough is to jo cianJ it cun be inverted and as holes in tho pipe follow it around stream of water is squjrted up tip against it and flushes It This reoi jeptacle can also be used as a fed trough and the hoqc attachment used snly to clean it MANAGING TIE ANGORA GOAT Animals Have Natural Inclination to Browse on Coarse Herbage but Must Have Other Feed Ii By B E LARA Goats like other animals must bo rd or they will die Some people do rot seem to recognize this fact but it is true Goats have a natural incli nation to browse on shrubs weeds or ny other coarseleaved herbagfc but hp y must have nutritious feed In I IHion to thrive If Angora goats are fed and treat one would treat sheep they pet along very well In the winter tinio they need clean clover hay and ie grln and clean fresh water times The goat is nlmosit as fin y as the sheep and requires water iainted by any other animal sweet rain and hay as they will not touch Uuso feeds II they are musty TOo much has been said about tho Ability of goats as weed destroyers It is true they will clean up a pasture of parse weeds and so will she p we have never been able to discover much difference and taking every thing into consideration we believe that the farmer who raises sheep stead of goats will get better satisfac lion from his flock RACK FOR FEEDING FODDER If Sides and Bottom Are Made Tight Grain May Be Fed as Well as RoughageMay Be Moved A rack for feeding fodder may llt on two runners 2x8 ten feet nig Five pieces of 2x4 stuff are be d to those runners Tho sides are ado of 2x4s five feet long to which ay be nailed such lumber as may c at hand leaving a space of sixteen Feed Rack hoc about eighteen Inches from the ouoin of the rack If tho sides and ttom of tills rack aro made tight rin can be fed in them as well as ulder says tho Iowa Homestead fhiy will also hold quite a lot Ivftnd so may bo used as a hay rack bS rack may bo moved from one 10 ition to another cs oded FIGht Over Womans Body Chicago Fallowing a quarrel iweon two undertakers over the pos oss ion of Mrs Helen Vqatlau- ito rs body one embalmer broke down almorguetnd seized tho prize r SYMPTOMS OF COHSUMPTlDf i Yield to Vinol The medical profession do nrt bo hero that consumption Is Inherited jut a person may inherit a weakness r tendency to that disease A prominent citizen of Evansville End writes I was ill for flvo nonths with pulmonary trouble as tad tho best of doctors I had hemorr lagtfs and was In a very bad way Through the advice of a friend I tried Tlnol and I feel that it saved my life It la all you recommend it to o I believe It is the greatest mcd Ine on earth I have advised other in tryVlnol and they have had tho nine results Name furnished request Vlnol soothes and heals the Inflamed DluiIccireates an appetite strengthens the llfestive organs and gives the patient tringth to throw off Incipient pulmo ary diseases Try a bottle oCVInol with the un- drstandlng that your money will ba eturnod If IIt does not help you HAYDON1 VV1LLETT SECURING PROFIT IN SHEEP If PureBred and Well Cared for They Pay HandsomelyNeed Shelter In Severe Veather My sheep are pure American Meri kindlwithlIbpJcti ro i iud out without crowding etc The feeding racks in one rOL j 11 tho outside the other roori 1ji double rack through the mldc I 10 my sheep a large run in tl quaytoreayther in n heavy rains through the Selhl veryingraIn1vhilielse I feed them hay three times a latday Some only feed twice I only give them a little at noon time also glvo their pens a litter of oat straw two or three times a week I try to have she shorn roptheirj no trouble tofind their first meal The 4 ewe that Is In good condition has good supply of milk and almost ways owns her lamb I never salt by them but fed it to them a1 a week I have water by them ell time I never allow the ram to with the ewes The rams that arc to Cjmtsandyoung lambs in the taU and winter areI fed twice dally a grain ration of oats and sometimes wheat bran half mixed DEVICE FOR LOADING SWINE Detailed Instructions and Illustration Given for Construction of Implei ment Handy on Farm Tho device described tiEd shown hcivwitli nviy be found very handy on any farm Take a mower truck ham mer and cold chisel and knock off the prongs and so make a smooth whee1 Then drive cut the pins that go through the shaft Take the sickle bars from an old binder sills Lay the guard holes down torI stick n bolt lii the holes where theITIns were and through the Ir Hog Loader cvIiere the guards were Then youI Lie a hole every two inches and by taking off the burrs you can change to any height from a high wagon to a bob oatstheon In the center then take an old tongue dpnd bore two hols through It stick In the bolt and you have a cart Have theI1lIEOW pigs or calves can be removed from one per to another with ease atRaising Rrcs WinnersIDefore deciding to patronize any particular stallion though his blood lines may be pleasing the small breeder who Is desirous of raising race winners should learn whether the horse has sired race winning speed or not He shouJd also learn whether the ancestors of the stallion on both sides two been successful eIther as race winners themselves or as sires or producers of uniform race winning speed The horse all of whoso ancestors for several goner ations have beentHs most successful In this respect other things being equal Is the most likely to transmit race winning speed LIVE STOCK 15hel Inferior constantly pull down titthe average of the herd Muddy pens In winter are dlscour aging places to keep a hog Sheep will do bfer on rough land than will any other kind of stock save goats Good feeding la an Integral part ofsuccess In breeding purebred f winoIA rigid system of aMectlcn of brood s rows should bo tructlced by all swine tb 1TtaIDrfodderelusively fa cttlo bocnu a it will fcour them The profit of n sicccssful boj man rest h rLl voij Ids success In raising pigs Fit hrtaches cf stock feeding offer bettor influccatiits than feeding range lambs Cattlo feeding is not a hazardous business provklrd It Is dono intelli gently mid coustivatlvcly Soft coal or coal cinders are rel Ishod by 19 r rcl hogs because of tho iigL Ii r iey contain JIos thc Iviy a natural shelter u n rotI try ground under them sw33 vi11 in winter arTI tp e ryla point to consider- In c3viug hogs fr market Is How J1y rouril can put on thathog Lambs tphe r ihed for market should go Into ittn feeding quarters before the veatvr becomes cold and unsettled For strJlfcjH IrcJd mares yorng horses rj TTO at light Work fdS qtiriity c r or 5Ia1fa hay 2a atbprxcelk FIGHTINGBULLS CHARGE AUTO Four Persons Lose Their Lives jiv t Attempt to Escape From t Angry Animals dLisbonThe famous frilr bulls of Portugal displayed telr ralon to motor cars recently vlLi ruto 0mobilewas procdedlngr iior country high v Clnlrr rturrL anear t IIA herd of flph W l ii from a cdle bratod brecc uibllshment sud In denly err ni around a corner Frigl v d ly the throbbing of the en 8 glne Hj bulla got bujt of hand and cliard down on the leblcleThei 1driver hastily turned his machine ahdt infled0animalsneighborhood ho drove the leavycoab veyan e over a precipice 80 fcei below l QThewcro killed outright willIe the others wcro Ell seriously Injured c 1 1A1= Childa Cy for iietchers V w W1oa i e The kind You Hiivo Ihvnyg JoBght and Ttfhich has Iwyia in USe for over SO year has botno the signature of yff d rod 11M1Je ra sLat under Us pcr tZLjCffif sonai STir crvlsloa islnco its Infuncy JQtr sryjrt iirMSn Jlliow no onato dctclvoyoahtftils JrAll Counterfeits InxiitioTS Inl JastwGoc I are liufe EsperlmeritsfbatnIl1 ntJanfrcr the Zicaljliij V Infants and CMIdrsiTJSxii rier cci SUJs1l EziJcHmcntu What SJJ = ASTOACastoritt Js a Iiami ess tmbstltufe loa Gcstoir 011 Pnroi gorlcf Drops and Sootltinjf 3jTpe It is P1enattYoitnlt s neither OinAfn I ri lino Bcr haunt JTarcotlcy oubjitancfc Its ago is its jjriirAniU c It tlogtroys Worms until always Fevciislmeas Jt cures DFarrlioCa and Wind C ulc It cilcoa T itldiij Troulilcn cures Constipation and Flatulency It siiLI2itca ira FO il tesrulaiea tho i 4 Stomacu and BoirolsV ghiiig Jxcr2Ay alid smtsrai CSD i j Tbo CUildrcug Pansoca Tne JJotiioro Pricjwl GENUI E GASPORi ASWAVOs iWcjBear3 thc 3 q oh I I1 rAfiIIi1 V j J Iff A 1417 The Xm4 YQU llavo Aiwys Boi5- In Use ForOver30 Yqars 77 waccv nest f F NJfV A SO Per Cent Better I have used less than one bottle of Cardul writes Mrs Gertrude Ward of Rusuville Neb wand am feeling fifty per cent better than when I began taking it Before taking Canfai I had suffered with female frregtiII but now I am greatly improved and will recommend Car dui to all my suffering friends IJ Take 4 CARDUI I The Woman TonicS bythefound in any other medicine These ingredients are what give Cardul its iPIllfl as a female medicine and tonic over any other medicine WornI ans medicine The ladies it because it is so easyS artdithe thou nds pf other ladies it las helped Try it today TJqr= YOU on1l WANT a Better JO1rrt 1That question will b6 asked you almost daily by business men seejdng services if you qualify take tIle Draughoa Training andshOw ambition to Wjore BANKERS Indorse fiRAUGHONS Colleges than indorse nil other YOIirf i ness colleges COMBINED 48 Colleges m 18 States International tonkin Tjrpenritln Pcqmanililp EnjrIUh Swlllnir Arllfcinetle letter TTriUnp B FIIEE auxlllarr branch prides reasonable Bookkeeping BookkeeperS oil over the United States say that Draughpns New System of Bookkeeping saves them front 25 to 50 per cent In worknnd worry Shorthand Practically all U S offi cia court reporters write the System of Shorthan Draughon Colleges teach Wh vf Because they know It is Ihe Jest or Mcmohb Teem use to bowels open and prevent pdssos cf food from getrjnaato your system T The latest produtli vt science Is VELVQ Syrup purtly penttei reliable and of pleasant aromatic taste acts on liwr well the P 4 MILES GF BOOKS British Museums Library In the World apd Kerfpa onv Growing Many have stUeUed 05 well sat bjMtokth the great dome of the British niuaounT ail few qfI them win fall to remember thcour tesics which Vera always sogener ously extended there D G K Fortescuo the keeper of printed bopka The retirement of that official after fortyttfb ytfirs of service world Wbfto PajaJMi took obare of the mtscun In 1887 tthad acllecItlon of all of badly arraaged aBd poorly When he thirty yrrrsj letor order bad bitr the chaps and TIters era 1500000 books hi the library Dcotbr Portescue him 72 andkiBQ that time the contents ot the njct6tm havegrown leaps Iu 14trls It now bold about 4 volumes arranged on slielves vkichlf p to end would stretch distance of i3 miles with the aunt ber at the rate of 50000 vclwme ayeftrr In ISSQ work was bojpan on thereat ofltalos and there are now 980 velumeo of It fjpfn 15 to 20 being added every year A complete set of printed llstfc andMhey have ot yet bran bro ght up to datee- el8 nearly seooxt is an jnt resting tibat this mfetty of ooks Is the y qnge iiOf the great libraries of Europe wlfh nny regular Incomct vQoaton ilsrald t Home btudy Iaousands ot ten bookkeepers and holding good positions as tho result I taking Draughons Home Stud CATALOGUE For prices pn otIBYMAJLt write 5 NO F President Nashville Tenn Forh alocue on course AT COLLEGE BKAtTGHOISS PRAGTJCAL BUSI NESS GOttEGBHi- ihvillo or Knoxville orPsducalrKyorEvasvillerIitJ Py4idar Advisethe of a goodlaxatlve keep the the undigested f Laxative Liver vegetable a Volvo the as as on hr41gestioriliousness IflXATIVE LIVER SYRUP T fFORTYSIX IffGreatest Anaerlcaflsmult as by hasjbeenSSOnoOyoIumes ltaloguedIr lngulsked bern- rought YticQoeded In bll tnd increasing collectIon andbosan 1t slenograpners t Ruling PasfnTo the lady who had captured hta heart he asserted he was a peer of the realm And because he wore evening drojsBo frequently ehe bellevedJt1t spoke the truth But alas the dress he wore WaS but his uniform at the Restaurant do Vegetables Twas one pleasant September ever nlng and they sat ia the park logeifcr er Mlord was tired for truth to toll the day had been a ttIlns cob arid Carrying plate after plate ot rpast mutton and boiled beef la not the lightest of tasks Ho dcicd aBut his ladylove was not to be knled Tellnlgj dear one she whlsper do you Ipve xno Losc youl he murmured drow Course I Hoi Ifl How mUohrShO begged Ite wf r muchtla repeated eia jHow sir Ro7st mutton fiG tent f-potatoes IB cents 65 cents pleaset Buffalo Enquirer IISeaweed Substitute forjRubber A Bub ltuto for hard rnpber gutta porcha and leather has Jrist been itet on the market In England under pte name of fieagumtte Jt Is prepared from seaweed The properties ot th now discovery are said to bo that Jt Is nonInflammable proof against heat cold oil and wenCher Its Ins Itt Q resistance increases with Immerateist In water It Is unaffected by dlilwlw eujphuric acid which makes It eef emily valuable for use In Btoraite Nttery jars and separators t II II wiN adapted for motor gears Byltcblisafif panels STdtch handles t team ae fppackings and to replace lleather is be1UnOf F