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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 r fsT lltEDI FIf1 t7 r Q t lN188 Wc j i l 9 f F fro t l- I r J t f 4 I Lr 12 4 1 4 1flJE NEWSLIADJ Ct EyjMI sfsi needs to worry over what to give any member of the family for Christmas This d shows you what InrJnoO W is the most satisfactory and economical things to buy J Have The Biggest Bargains Ever OfferedI a v jtI Artistic Handbags in enuine leather kid lined gdfd silver andI 6xpdized trimming from 1 100 to Velvet and Plush handbags 50c to 400 I Military Brushes 120 to 20 EmbroideredII 100ateEbony Comb and Brush Sets 150 to 50- Ste Combrsets 150 to is 400 Child Sterling Toijet Sets 150 to ZSO L hJilds 1 i7 60 4 qand Mirrors- 15Cents1 lI NI I Lt LEbn1t f Y- IS t Y r MSnifeure Sets 1 tO3 s 54 t f b t i I it Ivory 1 1t I la ure Sets r L 11jto2 F t 54t i 0Ivbrr v OVe 1es JIJIijir P1t f eat variety h3 e 5Q i ltr Il t thw jfX i 3 I1IoitGtU r Hthdkhi fSft ItI C1I 5an iadte 9 HX13 dka tclJ selS i It Linen and Sill Initial cir Plan sorbe pP In Jtlol r 1iday1o l e r I 6 to r b 50 Christmas HandRerchief- siM s Pare Linen Handkerchiefs 206- WCUHMS Sheer Linen Handkerchiefs 25c Bax uf 3 sheer Shamrock linen Handerchiefs EOc Box Sheer Embroidered H uderchiefs 25c 1fO 1 0B x two Ghie ds Embroidered flandercbiefs loo 0BOX ivpt Initial Handkerchiefs 40c Mens colored Initial Silk Handkerchiefs 25c Mens Hemstitched Silk Handkerchiefs 25c and 50c 11a Womens Coat Suits Fine Tailored Suits worth 3O for Fine Tailored Suits worth 25 for Fine Tailored Suits worth 20 for Fine Tailored suits worth 15 for 20oa 1800 1500 1000 Womens Coats up to 25 for 1800 Womervs Coats up to 20 tor 1500 Womens Coats up to 15 for 1000 Women Coats up to 1250 for 9OO The above are in fine Boucle Cloth Soft Mix tures and Cara- culsNeckwear tine plain weave Silk in white and deliCAte shades nlan solid tints with harmonizing figures and stripes price 2oc to Knitted and accordian weave ties a d some handsome Embroidery ones f 0e lo 250 300 Also combination sets tie with fciUii Hose and Handker chiefs to match iij holiday boxes Price SI 00 to 300 Mens Gloves Street Gloves Drningi Motorios huh Dress colors r T ftt Grey Block White and Furs Pr e10Uto 3O Also a large line of Boys and Childrens Gloves jSweafers Mens end Boys Sw atr Ooats and Jerseys in till colors Pride 50cr to 350 j11mbpellas dividualMent tidies arid HUliday btxes Price 250 to I1500 Also Mens fine gold and Silver mounted Walking Sticksr Prico 350 to 650 Sri1 Cing Jacketst Men t Smoking Jackets in Handsome two tone Price 500 to 7 Mens and Ladies genuine cow hide Suit Qiaes some Mens Traveling Handbags in Alligators and Cow Hide S500 to f zso Suit Cgses and Bass LloaintothttrAsilkline 12 50 51800 Holiday Stationery l Put up in attractive gift boxes You will agree it is the best showing of Holiday Papers you have ever seen Prices 15c to 250 Christmas Carr and Bookletsa great variety 5c and lOc Brass Goods in Umbiellu stands jardineres waiters vases candlesticks etc Christmas Silksit Waistings tt SilK Hose blacklandJ SilkI L lofhirIS r rcoatsAradSuitsprice we carry the following makes WellworthFj 3500 Suits and Overcoats sale price 2500 Suits and Over poats sale price 2250 Suits and Over coats sale price 500 2000 Suits and Over coats salel price 1500 Suits and Over coats sale price 1250 Suits and Over coats sate price fC4D 20 1S 11 H5O 05O Also boys knee pants Suits and Overcoats go in this sale Rugs tJ uy18x36 1 1t1 100 27x24 Axminister Rugs J190 27x48 Axminister Rugs 150 36x72 Axminister Ruffs t350 9x12 Axminister Rugs 1050 27x54 Tapestry Rugs 125 36x72 Tap Rugs 200 8 14x10 12 Tapestrg Rugs 975 9x12 Tapestry Rugs 1000 9x12 Brusselb Rugs 12ftp 2000 27x54 Velvet Rugs V 135 36x72 Velvet Rugs 25Q et 9x12 Velvet Rugs y 1759 r Jewelry Mens and Ladies Iime Jewelry- the largest line ever iKown in this city See us beforeeyou buy and save money J i 5usp end rs Suspenders combinationsets iolk suspenders and silk hose to match I in holiday bogies ijf r 6Jf i UBSCRIPIJOi i 1lzJVIIJ I cr L r h I BathRte = I j Mens Blanket and Teny i C1otkRobesPFice oo f 1 1lMeq1 tans black HFPrice tOO tol to 200 It Mufte 1111- The neW i accordiam Knitted Purr silkMi aMII solid colors Ifrfcc 300 r and 1 rirp 1 500 ItJKnitted Piu JJrcr r l2OO 1 t rOthers fro 25ctw5c I t Lace C itl r I ndJJp ry 0ii Iinottli c ta ni 301c7aPSSOfa 1tr + y p ty ta j re 1C are 3 1baresFac it CJlG1t t t Sii 11i q lft l2 i3u N41 ar cr 10 2 tthL7I L emd faasy ooJmsw IseiI We rito nV1 a l l SFRIMGFIEt oJ 17 mn4INGFmMI OUNGN GO t Wfvil 8 lYJ I J h hIliaII b zy- i UIID J V ISISI F FF r 3uy i1 kf e 5 WNFWSLtADR SMl GIBLDiCY r flurlr vu 7MDAr jjL I JfSEPMPOUN g lUHors and PibJlshere Tterctfor Collector of In tenuU Rcv flM continues to Rrow warn with the Hon T S M JM tvifeMtly in the lead J rWfcMI it OMBfft tO Mlectlng candltI dt boHld bf Mlebted who Isi f most able to properly Ol1tbe plte Mr Mayes is eminently quitted 10 fill it to the best ad vknUKe of thq public and tbe ci party as well for the party is credltd only with the service iti n derers The jtidulon of tbis s service depends on the individ i urAl oMce boldera Mr Mayes if appointed wpuld at all timesi t i be found Tearless in the din eUrxe of his duties always hew ioif to the line and letting the chIp fall as they may iI tt To know that the tobacco mar ket Is great thing for the coun ty oce need only to go upon the fkora of the warehouses and see what a large amount of the pro 1 tdctza handled eac al Ikis J BffTYrff7n have beet nate enough to sde the In rnTof acme of the large rehand t HBJ houses where the hum ol thousands of wheels is heard M where a large number oi pehnas find labor for several oaths of the year When the market opens it makes things thinga look like they are boom lug here and they are REPORT OF THE CONDITION t OP THE PEOPLES DEPOSIT BANK t deinC busines at the town of Spring jfield county of Washington State oi at the ott2 thday of November 1912 t RESOURCES 1 LoW and Dbcouhta 37891761 Is Overdrafts secured and un Mcured 578500 Stocks Bonds and other se curities 001 pe from Banks ho 27626 aJbon hand 129830 Checks and other cashitems 001 Banking House Furniture i sad fixtures 600001 ir Other Real Estate u Other Assets not included i underany of above heads TotaL 40644824 LIABILITIES capil Stock paidin iin ash 5000001 iSarplurPund 3750001 t vy Undivided Profits less ex r p n and taxes paid 316016 Depoeita subject to check 22191509 q pesaand Certificates J of Depoet 1 000 TiawDepOBits 6947519 Certiied Chew 000 Cashiers Checks 2SDuepaniea 61841 8388940UnpaidReserve for taxes Bills payable oot Other Liabilities not inch dM under any of above heads Total 40644a24 t tate of Kentucky i rtct t Countyr of Washington 4 We I H Thurman and J A Bpulware President and Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear i that the above statement is true to the Ibestj of our knowledge and belief g LH THURMAN VicePresident j fJA BOULWAKE Cashier 4 Subscribed and sworn to before me 7th da1 of December1912 Vi CDM M McChordr Notary Public My Commission expires an 10 191 Not Much Lost Two lunatics conversed In the asj r ImJri One had meslomanla laid Ihe MHai they not locked m ai her should have been a eec ad Napoleon thoughtfully th Uier eeatMBplated a veagreen devl ia ttb asylum wall then remarked ne second Napoleon wasnt mur Ikackl f f 7o Years withCuqhs WftRMIKVT years cUpedence with Ayes Ckrry Pectoral This Icel t have great confi La iLi1IIIIUIC aa colds j tthItM weak throats and hm Wir want YQU t c r11ir cein it as k Ask rowa doctor be M 1ad L j pIi dose toQCp ivtth Jimt t lINer fIf 1==It caIdMp Jeet elN- rI + Ii XMASIi Gifts 6alote1 iiWeh 1e ve tlimOlt exclusive and uprtpdete iine- ofFURNITURE1p i x v iifor Sweetheart Mother Father Brother or Sister Dont eachSomething t 11Leachman Cafflp11Ro- 1iab1alldCouiprdhellsvoTe1jiMil I WX i Bervice fj necayyfonduct successfully a business enterprise The Cumber land Telephone and Telegraph Company gives you a universal service that is local connections with all citizens in your town and Long Distance connections to all outside important cities and towns You get exoctly what you pay for Call our Manager for further information The demand is not for cheap telephone aervice but for reliable and comprehensive tele phone service CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE j First National Bank OF SPRINGFIELD at Springfield in the State of Ken lucky at the close of business Novem ber 26 1912 No 1767 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 28394540 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 869463 U S Bonds to secure circuV Jlation 50 00000 Banking house furniture and fixtures VV 400000 Due from National Banks not reserve agents 72214 Due from State and Private Banks and Bankers Trust Companies andSavlnga BanksVV 73068 Due from approved Reserve 7tO67NotesCurrencyNickels 9240 Lawful Money Reserve in Bank viz Specie 324100 L altender notes 10950001419100 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of clrculationV 250000 Total J 37011277 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in 5000000 Surplus fund 4500000 Undivided Profits less ex penses and taxes paid 58l97N- ational Bank Notes out standing 5000000 Due to other Nationall Banks 880804 Due to State and Private Banks and Bankers 144701 Individual deposits subject- to check 12403589 rime certificates of deposit 6736461 Notes and bills rediscounted 2203725 Total 370J11277 n STATE or or VASU I A C McElroy Cashier of the abovenamed bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the oest of my knowledge and belief A C McELRoy Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 3th day of December 1912 CHAS M McCaoRD Notary Public CORRECT ATTESTVJ 0 POLIN B L L1TSEY H MGRUNDY Directors 4Public Sale Raving sold my farm I will ot tie premises one mile Souih ol Springfieldon IPriday December 20 1912 at 1 oclock pmv- wffer ioi sae to the higbes bid Jer the following property Ope good brood maro iin low o jack 1 blind mare 7 years olc 1 age mule 2 choice miik cow L bood sow 1 2bQrtU wgurf- lew j pritgwtpti 1 mi 1Ilot Of good i iLsrt In wi macLiue diki haiiow poA u all kinds jilso a lot ol olhei farming implements 2 sit cits o bay a lot of corn in crib hcue hold and kitchen furniture TERMS All sums of 110 anc under cass Over that aaionn on it credit of 12 months ALV AU P RKINtj S M r iL lJAUCtiO ncer J f c 0t CATORJArq1 n the jfa- 1e OC4744V t Commissioners Sale + J W Tucker Admr etc PUTs EquitySallieBy virtue ofa Judf ment and rdc of tale cf the Washington cuit Court rendered H e October term 11U12 in above stj d cause I shall pro cc il to offer for rale upcn the premi res in Washington county Ky on SATURDAY DECEMBER 21 1912 Iat 2 oclock pmor thereabout to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of one two and three years the following described property towit A certain tract of laud itua ed in Washington cou ty Kynear Booker Sation containing 158kt acres Ill is is a first class farm in every particular DU contai1 s 50Illcrtstively new rnd 15 acres of gooil timber and the other laud when cleared will grow tine totiacru housItwo good liSWeIlW8terd price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond hearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms C F BOSUEY M C W CC II will also tmtlie jremisis on the same date sell u lot otI corn a lot of haled hey and lot of baled straw mli51Ie J H Cri tie etc Pill EquityBBy virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the Oct term IDll in the above styled cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the loutHouse door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY DEC 23 1912iat 2 oclock pm or thereabout to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of 6 12 and 18 months the following described property towu j or sufheient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made A certain tract of land situatedtnLick Hun and the County Uoad own by B J Kimberli ining about si acies Said Ian UctloldJ ua tol lows What is know M iie Rinuheart tract on which vfl J the dwelling1 and burn containubuta acres unu a track known ua the fttilan truct cod taming about 10 acres iheseli tracts will be sold for satisfaction ot u debt of JU266 adjudged C F liosleyV A tract Known aa the Elmira Proman Dower Containing Jo acres lying be tween the above mentioned 2 tracts will be sold for the sutistaction of a debt ol l9vJMJ adjudged l Uoode Alter the discharge of tho above debts and CObt ot this action estimated at175 The surplus from the t u c of the above tracts will be applied to the satiutactiou of J H Jtihstiea debt with interest amounting jto 13708 For the purchase price the purchasers with appr tni Security or sureties must execute humid bearing interest havingtheJudgmentdidderspromptly with these terms JOSEPILPOLSINV Special Commissioner W C C What Makes J Woman lOne hundred and twenty pounds more or of bone andV muscle dont make a woman Its a good foundation Put into it Jjealth and strength and ahgipnay rule a kingdom 3ut thato I just what tte ic Bitter3rpve her oviercominglalntingand pelling wepkness neryobsness back ackeand tired liSllesa ort out feel f ing Electric Bitters have done me a world oLjood writes Eliza Pool Depcw Okla Hand I thank you witW my heart for making such a good jjpdicine Only 50c Guaranteedl Haydon Robertson Advtrtiarcent d p 60 ikk iiiiiHE-AD OF REGISTERED J DUROC SOWS ct iiIi 601 cc bitpublic auction in heated sa1epvi11io- nrainorshine t I0oW Ul ijif 0 SSaturdayt d DD1cefflbeIab 21 1912 II- AT 130 OCLOCK P M t agoodVJsow to farrow a spring litter Parties frOm a distance i f will find free entertainment Write for catalog 5 ED= 4t I9S Mayes JfepSpringfieldp Kyt t 61 l tt 4i NEED NOT FEAR DEATH TESTIMONY OF THOSE WHO HAVE BEEN CLOSE TO IT Apprehension of Approaching Disco lution Is the Most Uncomfortable Feeling Grant Allen Tells of His Experience- A distinguished British physician who has been at some pains to collect data on tho subject asserts that few persons about to die have really any fear of dissolution There Is cited the case of the African explorer who was partially devoured by alloh He do clared that he felt no ruin or fear and that bis only sensation was one of Intense curiosity as to what portion of the body the lion wquld take next Ristcin Pasha Turkish ambassador at London used to tell of an attack made upon him by a bear during a hunt in the vast The beast tore off a bit of the Turks hand a part of his arm and a portion of his shoulder Rustem solemnly averred that he suf fered neither pain nor fear but that he felt the grea5t Indignation be cause the bear granted with so much satisfaction while munching him Grant Allen wh o scientific habit of thought gave ight to his wOrds says that in his hood he had a nar row escape from drowningV While skating he fell through thin Ice over a place whence several blocks had the day before been removed He was carried under the thicker Ice be yond and when ho came to tho surface tried to break through by but ting his head against It The result was that ho was stunned then numb ed by the cold and waterlogged that artificial respiration had to bo employed to restore him These are the impressions as recorded by him with reference to thp pain he cut fered a The knowledge that I have thus ex perienced death In my own person has had a great deal to do with my physical Indifference to It knowuttorI It feels had only a sense of damp and breathlessness a short struggle and then all 0ar1 I had been momentarily uncoin fortable but was not half so bad as breaking an arm or having a tooth drawn In fact dying Is as painless 1Ias falling asleep It Is only the prevl ous struggle the sense ot its approach that Is at all uncomfortable Even this Is less unpleasant than should have expected Therq was a total lJI ncnco of any craven shrinking The sensation was merely tint physical one breath Harpersof gasping for Weekly Treacherous Memory Tho lawyers got a tartar when Inn reconf ttrial In a southern city they summoned to the stand an aged darky who had been an eyewitness of a fight hat occurred between a number dpersons Tell us what you know about this fight said counsel when old Moss had ben placed upon stand IFhbt asked Mose apparently gi eatly surprised What flshU1 You know TOry well what flght iU nrnnt said counsel Tell us about It VT Tl nrjthi aJvtflight lubibied this ltless When was it See hero Moses exclaimed the lawyer no trifling The fight day before yesterday You know all about it Tell us Oh do fight day befo yesterday said Mose Well sub you Iae slept since de day befA yesterday and never kin rickollecc anything after Iso been asleep And that was all they could get from him Qroen Bar PLANNING AID FOR THE DEAF German Society Aika That Special Consideration Be Shown Persons Hard of Hearing That there aro 510000 persons In Germany whoso hearing Is defective Is a statement that was mado at tho first convention of tho Society for tho Protection of the Deaf which was organized atew weeks ago Franz Bronner an architect presided at the convention which was tilnde up of 106 delegates The resolutions adopted declared that persons who are hard of hearing needed morO consIderation than Is usually accorded to ttiem It was decided to approach theater opora and concert managers with the ro quest fo idiot particularly good seats to thoso whq by producing a mem bership card pt the society could how that theirhearjng was defec tWV also that Ttelephona apparatus eHouId Ins attached to the seats Railroad officials are to bo asked to show deofr people special consld cration and a fund fsto bo started to provide aural lnstrunrvnt9 for tbnift who cannot n1 them ff4h i QITb W K 1 5V R E YOyNG President W O ROGERS Vice President I IIII- I Tobacco Warehouse ti I f I INCORPdRATEDV I I LEBANON KENTUCKY FeesIIDaily Auction Sales No Rejection I ALL TOBACCO CAREfUllY GRADED BY EXPERT HANDLERS Oar market will open Tuesday Dec 3rd with a full ccjr ps cf buyers and we guarantee you as good prices es yon Wll pet on any hther raarketin the State We vli have experience J then ttd handle and grade your tobacco and by iiiff tb 1openj i 1 I We Have Plenty lDontllD Ii Call on us when in town we will be glad to see and talk wiTh you at all times 1 J L LeCOMPTE ManagerL P = i iwuu A pTOLQADING t RWLECIV 4f Alithe advantagcsoFV tZi thebiggar r ormwith t flitpst6ocCabcsulosiitbroAttsnone ofmi discora tatrti tec u ctcio forts or anpy slices i The recoil does the work of reloading and ejecting instead of pounding your shoulder Five shots justt pull and release the trigger Your action stays open and warns you when its time to shove in a freshclip You can never get in a tight placethe gun never clogs Each shot strikes a one ton blow J Simple action simple takedownV Send for a motion picture booklet explaining tho JcRiVifff on LftfC Autoloading Rifles big points Rem nclonUA1C Metallic Cartridges combine the Jughort Jocity with the greatest shooting accuse r ri Made in all cJibrca for every clonclarJ firearm l ir tf hcn RcmingtonUMC J ca ere used trth ann is guaranteed lo the fU cilsfet cf thc fi mqnufccturcrs guvantcc RsrnicnUMCbe rtct ccj coa1Iaa fJJIi Co4i2 u Man Mde of Korsesnoca Some years ago Air Douglas the village smith of Elccnsburg Wash sot to work to construct a giant figuro Of a man out of the old horseshoes which he accumulated In the course of his work Up to date he has corn pleted tho legs which are composed of no fewer than thirtyfive thousand shoes 3Ir Douglas Is beginning to wonder If ho will ever finish the figure as the coming of the motor has had an appreciable effect upon the shoe- Ing trade and materials for this quaint colossus are not coming In so fast aa they used to do The smiths horse shoe man even In Its incomplete form is one of tho sights of the town WldQ4Vorld Too MucIAlbert BIgelow Paine thiS biograph er of Mark Twain was talking to a group of old newspaper croples in New York Mark Twain loved the Germans1 le said Hp especially loved the ponderous German bull which ho con sidered farsuperiof to the hull of Ire tlarfd find used to quote with afcprofca ton this bull from a Reichstag ora tlonr 1re squeeze the Jidce out of a lemon and then give it a kickrrno it Is inn much tHtIJcLLi t R JPPePSj NcLrc thPIc ET1O 5tflfyTlio JII the Harlem river a few days ago and which weighed according to the truth tal fisherman rind those wno asslstec in weighing UJU5t 406 pounds would have found Its Way to the librae of a prominent lawyer lu New York If Its advent bad beer known Ito mcntuora of the Albany society who know this story At one of the early dinners a Itbe society when matters Including Kanes Zptt AlbanlanI NICkeY1Detold his neighbor abcon the size of sturgeans be had seen ab Marcellus and Thomas marker when he was a bc many of them weighing more thanIiidtedpounds ThQ slory war afr H to respectfully but the si rnted at Its flahjneftg by Tx r hen thdigut anotbrrVV tot have It sent to me rssIt ry double Its market tufj Hnrlum catch hiss earned him tei theVr h t ct DFln Costs 1LeS A Ljston njan los Tnls leg fr6m the bite of an insect two years before To avert such Tcalamitiea from su gs and bites 6f iinfects use Cuckletjs Arnica Salve promptly to kin thexpoison and preveqtin1lamll tionisWeJUng anjl pain Heals burns bpils ulcers pile eczema cuts bruise Ohy 25 cent at Haydon Rohertsjn 5 iJ F DAJJEEHOLD t Pres and Treas J OANNEHOLD Jr VicePresident IBecreta i iM in Streef Tobacco Warehouse COII INCORPORATED MAIN STREET HOUSE f INDEPENDENT DANNENHOLD COVProprietor J 92325 W Main Street bet 9th and JOth LOUISVILLE KY- V VV 1li Storage Four Months Free of Chare 1 Best Light in City t Auction Sales Daily Beat Inspection Retorni Promptly Mar Mark Your Hbg eads MAIN 5TftEET HQUSE- jv SPECIAL NOTICE TO TIlE TOBACCO GROWERS Thdie wfct J have not yetreceiyed those valuable certificates should write at race to Main t3treet Varehousd Company 11the fc Mn IM t oJr ho SBea rvIIim4peiInslayth au CAS 0R I Ab- UC1i thorlUel Ma going i to shut up th plIiI 1Wna-e C AlwaysSheWhat taM ilien fall honsecla1I FhQiitl tot Pie brojw ficCsriw r gatsfopEn r v 1ti r HDL GT BURTON 4DENT DENTtbT rAID Jf Qrul 1Nteed t v PHONE IteR t 7 OnrMW MIVHI Block up stal ta V PBINGF1BLD KY r- i C7DR J C JI1OT FlliicSf tnd 8w eon Oho hours 8 to 9 am 1 to 2 pm IHIoM over Hayd6prs Drugstor t I VffiFGRIGSBYt 1 f TTORNEY AT LAW Otcovr eoplcs wolf KYri D MW HYATT Qpdftj over Red Cross Drug- Store Office hours H9 attlffSO fto 12 ni 4 to 5 pjn ps y Me WILLIAMS tc Notary Public WlLLISBpRG KY pcpoftitioiM a Specialty J tYES S P YEAG- rlRYEAGERr YfSI Funeral Directors and Embalmers TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIQHT 74 SPRINGFIELD KT DRYIF TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTOf Ice over Haydon Barber Dental work reasonable prices AUjrbrlc guaranteed tx SPRINGFIELD KT fe 1rTJ TREES J trait and Ornamental Shrubs Asperagas Rhubarb Peonies Roses Phlox etc Growers of wtat we sell Free Catalog No Agents rc H Y Hillepejer 4 Sons JLexiifirtonKy J 7 Y FOR SALE t Firm of 164 acres heated one aud onehalf miles North of Leb anon on splendid pike Good buildings well fenced and va- teridGentlJ rolling limestone land practically l1ln grass and in higft state of cultivation Suitable for burley tobacco or any other Central Kentucky crop Convenient to churches schools m rk gJon rural route and telephone line Will sacri ficelfsold now 60 00 ale r 1 acre on reasonable te r ms Worth f75 00 to X80 00 pi hlcrt Tpwirtbta farm myself L A SCEAKCE r ianonKiy 4 r qhCryFORv V CASTO R I A ffffLG Local i The I f All About Friends and Acquaintances iI Fort SALE Locust posts Some end posts Rv Lr Clements FOR SALE 75 tons first class- timothy hay J A Bonlwarel FOR SALE =A good jersey cowsJ J W Tucker Yes you can buy your Xmas candies for lOc per pound asl usual at McElrpy Shaders andsee seeIour price R D LAKE Co jusT 300000 Red Cedar shingles Price right W K Marks Sons Mrs Slim Tucker R R1 has for sale pure bred M B Tar keys Toms 500 hens 300 R 1 Red jckerells 100 each Well if we did not believe that our Monarch Plum Pudding was as good as can be made we would not say soFor sale only by McElroy Shader FOR SALE6 Duroc Jersey boars of the very best breeding at farmers prices E S Mayes Jr McElroy Shader as usual with make a specialty of baskets offruits There is nothing nicer for an Xmas remembrance FOR SELE7 Scotch coma pups C L Grundy McElroy Shader have placed an order for a large quantity o those good Florida orang s and are going to sell them cheap FOR LALE Barred Plymouth Rock cockerels each pullet- r5c also potato onions Mrs C L Brady Easy to supply vour xmas needs at McElroy Shaded They have an unusually full and attractive line of xmas goods LOST a light gum coat between Springfield and Manton Finder return to this office and receive reward Richard OBryan 1 have moved to the Rhine hurt property opposite GriD steads Poultry house where I am prepared to do all kinds ol sewing Will be glad to have my friends call on me v Zola Nally I have for sale several pur blood highly pedigreid boar hogs for sale at low prices Ready for service W A Waters Supt Grundy Home Old Kent says he does no t know whether they used Acm Cement Pater in construct ioi n of the Egyptian Pi ramias 450 years ago or not but he doe knowibdt they could not hav found an tnmg better sale by W K Marks Sons FOR SALENice two story six room residence on north sid of East Main Si Lot 63 x 42o ft running through to Hign St Good stable and outbuildings to3nfor horse or cow Would ex change for small farm lfApply toG A NEIKIKK rA h 4N 4SMH1V NSN11NtKN1LWN N NNH H S XMAS GOODSf K r r lf Satsta will be ut Herlleins thin r cur isuAGalti lhas wi 4rm1 ll + j iE i tir JNiwl1ir e of Goods fo dupatoie fllS lw n fully paired t j and wt wilt bc ieuSATDRDAtf iJf n OURSTOCK IS ENTIRELY NEW Come In Anti See Us J j3 rrr I IFtt geraldl J H rtl in s + awseHwwvs + +usw- =Happenings or Freshest and Latest Yourself 100 RECEIVED thoroughbred juicy Fo ir TOPIG84 i tr 1iiRJ V MANNING DENTIST t SPRINGFIELD KY 9 Offices oer McElroy Shaders grocery Phone2341RI Hours 8 to121 to 4 IBay didi you see that big ship Imeat of randy that came to McElroy Shatter There was J a wagon load of it and they sell for only lOc per pound How isbi that for cheap candy i 2Mrssale Narragausett turkeys toms 4 00 hens 2 50 Fine Bronzq turkeys for sale Miss Lida Grundy fFORback lot on Grundy avenue Apply to Miss N E Walker To make your Christmas shop ping a pleasure go to McElroy Snaders where you will find a beautilul line of fine china cutfJ glass silverware etc Rev W D Moore of Law freneeburgHoly Land at New Hope Baptist church Sunday Dec 22 at 11 oclock and at the Springfield f Baptist church on same date at 7 p m Rev Moore has traveled extensively in the East and t studied for sometime in Pales tine This llecture will be of i special interest to all Bible stu dents The public cordially ins vited to attend Itt John S McElroy Jr Wins notfing that John S McElroy a Springfield boy has added new laurels to the many already won by him John IS this year in thef hassbeen chosen as one of three to represent that university In atTriangular Debate against Chi cago and Norihwestern Univers eties John hasbeen very sue cessful in debates having won every contest in which he took part while at Central University Horse One night Stolen last week Mr Wm P Merritt had a very valuable horse taken fr mhls barn and carried away He at once noti tied the county officials and bad the police officers of other places notified Whey succeeded in flndipg the horse in a stable near Mt Washington where he hadr been left by a man who std heI Wanted to feed him Later att heldetherofficers of this county could be notified Deputy Sheriff T K Smith went after him a few days ago and brought him here where he is in jlitj awaiting examina turn ItFire Narrowly Avertedc 1WJut might have been some what of a more serious fire was prevented by timely discovery and prompt action last Sunday smeltLthe order of burning cloth On aebed in a room over the kitchen occiip ed by Bathe Mills a col ored woman and her child em t ploped ac Mr Simms was on fire When discovered the room was S filled with smoke that it was almost impossible t gain entrance However MissStella Simms with rare presence of mind threw a coat over tier face and ru lupg in saved from the flames a colored rnf nt steeping in the bud No cane was ut home at the lime except the women folk and they were uuable to gel I water to the fire so dense was the smnue The negioes were called by jibone and in a short time help answered and afte I some liiffieulty in gaining entrance womvn and mFn formed a bucket brigade and soon had the tire under control and extin- guished1 The colored child wae very badly burned on the and lets but itis thoughtt will r recover Cupid Busy Cupid has not been idle dur lug the past week judging from the number of marriage licenses that have beeniissued They areas follows Joseph Cl esser J MerrlttlSmiLb John Spalding to Mary LOB Mavfield Rev J A Sims officiated at the marriage of Mr Jfniter Scruggs and Miss Mints Scott who were married at Tatham Springs Hotel BrussellSahner r rMrR Agnes Nally Brussell R Mr Chas Sahner of Louis yule yere quietly married in Louisville last week The bride is a daughter of Mr and MM marIrledployed with Louisville turn her Co Farmers Institute Commissioner of Agriculture W Newman announces tLa The Farmers Institute will bee this year at the courthouse in Springfield Ky Jan 20 slid 1 1010 Lectures wiUbegiveni on the various farm topics of In 8011soIf this Institute is att RoadsI may reasonably be it will be much better than Informer years as lack of attendance has always been the trou ble in this county Young Girl Dies Miss Laura Montgomery the fteen year old daughter of Mr t and Mrs R L Montgomery died at the home of her parents Tues day night She had been in failing health for severall years from tuoerculosis She was a young lady with a kind and affectionate disposition which endeared her to all who knew her and that herr young life should have ended so soon has cast a gloom of sorrow over those who knew her I JohnsonMrAmeliaJohnson died at her home in Lebanon last Mon day after an illness of la grippe About one year ago she had aj dlse01etrom and prior to her marriage to Mr John Johnson she was a Miss ONeal She was well known in this county and was the mother of 12 children 10 of whom with her husband survive Funeral services and burial were conducted at St Rose Tuesday ThompsonIThe community of Brush Grove was saddened on last Fri day when it became known that Mr Andrew Thompson was dead Mr Thompson was strick en with pneumonia on Thanks giving Day and withstdok theI disease but nine days He was a son of Mr and Mrs Robert Thcmpson of Brush Grove and had jjust reachtd the age of manhood He was a high minded oung man with high ideals and was a citizen of such character that the county is poorer for hisI having died so young About one year ags he was married to a Miss Sparrow who with on child survives Funeral services were conducted at the Willisburg Baptist church last Saturday and burial was in the cemetery there Public Sale Having sold my farm I will on the premises 6 miles from Springfield on the Loretto turn pike and one mile from BearI wallow on- Fridays December 27 1912 at 10 ocl ck a in offer for sale the following personal property Four ex ta good brood and farm mar ers One 3yearold gentle driving horse one 2 yearold mare mu e 1 pearling horse mule 1 3ea tllUg filly 2 filly colts one milch sow 1 12year old Jersey heHer8 yearling steer 7 calvesl 55 head of sheep bredtfarrowrsoon 1 duroc male hog will weigh 125 Ibs some 75lb shoats l 2horae wagon 1 McCormick mower 1 hay rake 1 rubber tire etcs4t oBr straw 1 oat stack and some corn 2000 tobacco sticks TERMS Alt sums of 10 and under cash Over that amount oa a credit of 12 months except sheep which will be 6 months Note with good personal sec rl ty required R WHEATLEY sSs Auctioneer tl J r I r J r = i l 5 lririJRRAH FOR TOYLANB t I ftf 4 A I1fI TOYS TevSIi t t ii I a l- i xT A L lW I IIIFER eNAL- Mr 10 Ben F srisis in Chicago 111 this week Mrs Will Johnson has return ed from a visit to friends at Bmience Ky MrO T Cunn tl ham has re turned from Louis v lie r jMr A L Purlins is on the sick list rTH G itharine thnilttle daughter of Mr S J AnJeraon is ill with appendicitis r X Mr and Mrs grover Miller of New Hope are the guests of Dr and Mrs W R Trusty Mr Adolph Hertlen of Louisville was here Monday Mis Louise lull of Lebanon is the guest of Mr and Mrs Wj E Leachman r Mr Vincent Kubti and sistes Barbara of Nashville Tenn are the guests of relatives here Mr and MrsC L Grujdy Mrs B B Leachman sod Mrs Chas Litaey attendejlhat funeral Chaplintjk The prices pnV thi tobacco market continue good thisweek There have been qQJtea number of croipa sold which have made very high averages Chief among these was the crop of Simms fc Carricoof 4000 pounds which averaged 20c Tow rds the end of the weektbej t4Liigsl have not been as heavy as du illg the first of the week owing to the fact that not enough has been stripped out since the rain to make a llarge offering The qual ity of tobacco offered continuns good g For Sale or Rent Having decided to quit farm ing the coming year i will offer for sale or rent privately my farmof seventy acres This farm lies three miles north of Valley Hill has on it a good dwelling good seven acrejtobac co barn and loU ofgood tobacco land For further particulars come to see me at the farm HARRY IffiljBINGER J Russ llss Line of holidayp presents are ones of t TASTErHANDSOME APPEARANCE and LASTING QUALITY DIAMONDS for WIFE 1 and SWEETHEART Ir S1L1 ERVAREfor 4 HOUSEKEEPERS frf Our clerks willspw you every t oouoas aitei19d Dt forte tit when select j glJrptD Our 8tCkritis i tj t GUARANDEED 1re i1Ifoods ouffit Mere nArstvt1 Fresh 1 Rus11s Jewelry Store r if it t v jt v r w 12 10 The will sold at a uc at Ky at 2 p m fFirst Ky 5 State Bank Ky 5 Ky All ot the a and and tbe stock is will the dend to on the I Ky and of to the mill sell at a if r3 call on the J s i to select from i I SNTA CLAIJVf l 4 Ifori I t t 1 Ev r h r i i att low rises Doles a a a ir oJc AirGonaKVefyihtngl COME IN r and lte1iiUe Fee noti i fJeaSfujGi for Rrflitsctat i t It IS91DER 7VVULLICNIIT a erNt9 t l t J S DONT FAIL TO ATTEND j I The Big Reduchon Sale I ii 1 ii Now goingon at1 I THEBIGSTOREE I ON ALL 1 Dry Goods Mens and BOYS Suits 1 I Overcoats aM Shoes r I UW Cloaks Suits Rainooat Etc 1 ti Mens ladies and Childrens Underwear Shoes Etc Bigi Bargains in every department v 0 rI WEEK4Wetv Calicoes 7 l2c Hope Cotton 4c yd 12 and Canton Flannel yard ydBest1 GinBharrlsscYoui ij1 to buy anythinginour lino v c STheROBERTSONGLAYBROOKEmG J 1 I T IIncorporated x Jl t BANK STOCK SALE Banl following listed Stock be public boor Monday Dec 231 County Court day Court House door Springfield about L 10shares National Bank Springfield shares Spriugfield i Springfield shares Marlon NationalBank Lebanon above banks are I growing prosperous con dition only chderjtorj chaser receive next divi be declared stock C M McCHOHD AT tY Mill For SaleR myilollerrLitsey Will alB6SfTtbe residence 8or4 acres land adjacent property WJijf bargain alien Fur further particul underlKnep Mrs 8 YfVanAr dale J iA ThouanJ varieties 4fr tieTOY tliiftariJ k Drlilt Buggts iotlrte bring oes0 stock rsalso T I Candies N Fireworks Etc i t l- f yard 712c I Wl i v J 4AIYII4ii SATISFACTIONI1 it Is the greatest when you buyjMr tr fII iiU ents tHat give the estest i t any other line 6fgoods ifjve m r91e y lIne of l J RINGS WATCHES 1nCIOCIS PENDANTS 1 iitt C U GLf S iI IIeHAINCINQ 1OQRETCBATN TOlrE1iN f tJ ji r MANICUIRE SETS COME ANDSEEMY ASSORTMENT BEFORE C T lJASI JJ1 GD IYDOXn l I tr t Niturt Alway 8upreni i Nature palplsthB best paruotU picture career Zde bestt odt uiUtuo builds the bcitpart oflfct house aBdspento the beat part 6iU oration Emersoh = = UJfW hAY c VI i isYSmaIOrwp r LTT7TJTff1PiPAS1J i a twt r1 u II IjiI Dlin LsJ AJNH t 40 a ALLEN fii Th WM Xe J uut s ki k Ml p Ntiir Mi a Witt M MWM bgse t4 J ah bep 7 g 4 1M My k thi ss1i T W Deft PerH a 41 tMn w r it f jiwsId bs uibm4 at t f k MM 01 MI saM Be a4 aa71Mt aM tsiMs ea ittth rs M AI a MMr 1 ks ts 14ttH r Ms Th CSWLt Vr Ute7wkeneww ee 4eVt TeUra It oa tha IM rut44 WHrruat mote 0 Jfr JiiUifc ptdt bis debts it he I ml Mf k 1 a f V inchtirck and MT r w Mglpi whk hi mefchbors HM rdIr piMtlci He went I MWMi T ey vrittly utcat all and tMM wMt a kafcf far the towa with Me tMa J7kLIta- IMeafcTtar taUaer 4 N4 bOsa4 o alAt U wufJk Jar tku4W irlikMit elM IJS1 a ama to aeeS aa guMt Mk eWil family at tkaL l + tto 3akTeibkwub7ta1q 1M I IItul Ja tM tw- e 4 I waaat tW s IM WM liy fl7 kt M ike WMM tH Hide tr Mthteff free Jar 3 latiMr It WM Mly x 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dw the beak M Jato a river vkere 7tH sksii et aMa lea fur toe j kgew were alzerut of sea t KIN erbs wU Rbe1ae 4 Watnr eyes strsteb4 tk kwo HMtaa fvsa the kanfs et hr aaotk er u Ute latter WM ot W hurry Ml tke trt Jfakka4erryearead 4V reoa sk k4 aot sicked u be f Yet wkM tk critical raoaeat aM 1M WMt tlt as It she had fta the pijt maay seasons She IwasakK way to TiU a tjlrl friend Vrkir a toSBlt ef lailts utsldt the few a eke was oa the spot when the aeeM at oecmrred Down the beak Blie w t tier the yseng man t Jdt aefM peril te kerself dragged 4 r kim Mfcertkefere it WM toe late Ixs Terkttsk bad save4 Mr Dales Ict Mfe Wky she 14at she fall la love with bLT Mr Dale was Ifteratan4I full et aietinkloB Why akooldat ke sajr LI Ia the play My life b belongs tbsrAtXBf rate they met again and aoii adk Wu eamse for Wonder I kew the yewc BUB settled dwnud k Mrf4tt k4tys Brea Us motker JIJMUT ikeA tke ekaace WM somethlaf eyea4 Mr te tore set Aa4 MW aaw the scheming Mr + tl Jaee LBraek WMtar widower of the vii 3ais fHe k4 ftefft fH ttsn years MM4i i eM IIkt that tILThe IrMa aisle a pat ImBression and r kt weat te kte aUaletor wltk it The It ca Mare tkt BarUemlan M4 f1t 4 i t 4ssatisytht 1 uaalteUn In 4 havdesaedthat the con rid my Mkry M4 paid j1 i r a fat a due bet taj fag 9t tlM kte4 ftUewe4 4ast tke relee WM M plain sighed Ike JieUer ky pkt It UU yen te marry tke widow Wi5 jfiSerT t Jfe tlfr Wkj peruse jsaji Ito older 4Ilhult r Wa My BMW sa aUoae4 rt Itnrt jMt teM ysiathat yes ought to l egseadw1fer Ttaf alt 6o tItf yes w was j froIar41yl was 1t1qrrepiy Bit wWik ad see I y deat dreu tM sea reaaula and t a Lamu pr s1d tss W eat way auSiad lets WU Ter7k I tS Xe 1u back ezt trlt trSIt I W thea4 dram onr- l aia aLik aiut1 Yele namad 1M tMt7 1w5mIacry rw nwnUN the dl t vine e His rrit WM BtyowJfes f SwMs c =4S rteA v Ir T= IT ietw4nI- 4iFarmars 1 tohaccoo Ware-t Company i t INCORPORATED J SPRINGFIELD KY t fSt rcfrJSj t 15Iypu wantthe v ry highest 1bJngyour tobacco to iii3 tg t r Iiry J f V J1 j tiJIi LTUSTELLYOUOURSECRET j v T We have in our employ a large force of rJencedwareJtousen1en who are familial with all the brnclic i th 1 business i ihtoughouttheand is familiar wi h all types and grades of tobacco and Boosts ver basket of tobacco to make it bring its market value thebestput onour floor thereby guaranteeing to the seller the highest prices We have ilarge and efficent office force which enables us to pay off 6ursecretand I I SPRINGFILli IS THE MAfRKET FARMERS HOUSE IS TilE PLACE i 1rSSo keeM hiSiD mnd when you load Your tobacco for market and drive straight to the FarmerH Warehouse whioft is op6n NIGHT and DAY and where 1ii SwI1 vas find firstclass service and best accomodatiqus Our market will optn about Nov 26 with tbe brlJ rtr si co ps of buyers In Keb jitucky repjwotiug all thelleading tobacco compaoins the world viz The American Tobacco Oh Liggett Meis iujuccu Go Bish Ainerlitian 1- Tobrcco Co B A Patterson Tobacco OOL J P Taylor Go B J Reynolds Tobacqo Co G 0 Tuck Go and many Independent brokers This is a fact that trie of nQne of our neighboring markets ai Springfield is an estalSiahed market and all the vgn placed their interest here Ve resMltfully sojicit your parbnligo and in view of the foregoing ffacts itMs to your intirest as well as cutUp1nletbav the FARMERS WAREeOUSERrinsfield Ky i The hi se that positively leadthem all by overthree hundred thousand pounds i v J BOBLITT BISHOP STURGEONI I t The Farmers Friend and the SVS jM A4l o jroqrOb look ing for It It told me to marry John JFortrali daughter Jennie Ah I tee A young lady of about wentrI be a father to her at the same ilme The parson had nothing to say for or against it and Mr Brush went away to make his beginning with Mr For bush He had scarcely spoken ten words when a great scheme flashed through the brain of the man who had never schemed before Mr Forbuah was wealthy He could back a father inlaw 19 business He had political influence and could help a fatherin law to a seat in the legislature He was getting old and liable to drop offI any time sad the wife would get all he left Oreat t thing Big thinglIWhile I am something I km no antediluvian observed Mr Brush Far from Il I am stiy fond of pinlcs and danc lug Of course NAnd rUdy to run down to Boat n for a week any time r Jennie would be delightedIShe could have a coltBkln coat when winter comei I musnt forget to ten Htef that I shant be Jealous of her She can go to prayermeeting alone any time ahe wants to 1 shall tell her everything and report to yon Miss Jennie received her fathers newiLwlth laughter and refused to be eerious about it When Mr Brush culled in person he received the same treatment He was not Insulte4 nor made indignant but his vows and protestations were received as Bumorou remarks There were calls on the parson bu he Would not mix in There werqcon fabs with Mr Forbush but h4 give the victim no sure hope ouhI were frequent calls and pleadings but t 1thltook Mr Brush off to a grove half r mile from any house and sat him down and looked all around for eaves droppers and then whispered The time has come What Has she consented We must try heroic measures She must be won in another way But how J- Tret got a scheme thats sure to work Good Then Mr Forbush put his lips close to Mr Brushs ear and whispered soft whispers for a long minute and the old man scrambled up to explain Sures you live When n ItI come Jennie goes out there tomorrow afternoon Then well put the thing through Forbush 7ouarea schemer and an youIlIn tkj legislature within two years Atloijit two oclock next afternoon feiljJite Forbush might have been teen JuTiitfas a matter of fact was seen walking along the same highway find booad to thq same house as before At a certain rather lonely spot aa1Ito containing her ta herM- rlBI and a driver came out of a blind rOaL The father and aged lover seized her and placed borin the nhlc1eI screaming t No struggling They started off at a gat of 30 miles an hour No questions asked or an swered After dustlnp along ror ten milcB they sopput rttie Uy x e t jIfltr neh r IInd t llntth loolt- f rful Cur i epcied kil i9 fi1anV1I us beebe is rwaeAes instead ot 3hmiore concentrated sad 1MI8 ftsss IIsI tanc bu been rsvkd very widely of late fIIItf ssssi of physicians has sris wtiekt throws out almost a sad relies on us sdswo1 the method of wild ISijlity N Y WrUm IftM weecolUultiB pkyiMiw to the Invalid Hotel and s1sl t N Y who Srst adyditted the extended ue of some ssk M t Coldca wsl udOrcgol grape root mandrak- eS0 k rryW3 These ire the chiet ingredients in Doctor DjoviifwhIch has bees so well and favorably known rfec wIyIf a century A harmless cleanser dIstat tonic that vatirt has provided JT MUtD lUTHKSOf ot Opsinlne N Y says Isn- fjepserovcr five years with what the doctors told me clUtdt cmuUl nC of stomach associated wUh r WuIcetWlUlon fJl atlle and heart I had gk ani blltRutJi GCtan rhubarb etc tQ float shipI4 naturally thoUlhtthero1rUW euf for me but readig what Incntdoct sAidottha curavO qualities tJr flftb lacradientBof Golden HeiI lea I Disdovery lgavlt- I fair k1aLr ok the Dscoydtynd also tle FeIietl and cait truthfully sayia feeling Fleasabtj j than I have In years 1 clcerfulJghVp perbstn Ibis WIiltiRoulalt and If allT doU CiThom t me gUTs arm and lea her in ronowea by the smiling father Its a wedding said Mr Brush to 1 the preacher Flit Isnt It veiir ion after the fun esl asked the gc1 man Vhc3 funeral Whyl married her several weeks ago to a Gilbert Dale and I think he has Just driven up to the gate in his auto Papa doe nt scheme any more but gleatTlgortend piclnlcs Copyright by tha McClure Newi paper Syndicate Old Landmark to Go fromfatherl destructioDimost unique landmarks of the south known to tourists from all quarters of the world who have visited New Orleans The edict of the United States government in shutting off the impor tatlon of absinthe sounds the knell of Utallujthe darkest dirtiest noisiest section of the Latin quarter and despite Its ago remains in a good state of preser vation Its beginning is paid to mark the opening of the first saloon in New Orleans In past years It has housed many notables from the old world and almost every celebrated man and woman who has visited New Orleans has made at least a brief stop at this secluded cafe to enjoy the sight of Its Interesting habitues and to listen to the medley of foreign tougues wagging cheerily under the Influence of bsintbe frappe and other kindred rinks created from the seductive tuld In Mardi Gras festivals the biz rre cafe becomes the rendezvous for be younger set intent on a frolic A candleISothex remes tHow so SIt Is at once a light matter and a ereous affair- DULLING TOOTH WITH BIKE JoveJ Dentistry Method of Two Lads Failed Because One Lost His Nerve The best tooth pulling story conics rom Ocean Park and involves two oys and a bicycle Roy Fosdick nine years old told Js playmate of his aches and was flered many devices for relief Finn y this plan was evolved John ower was tobrlng around his blcy le a string would be tied to It and ho tooth Tcwer would rldo swiftly Lway Roy would brace himself and lut would come tho tooth All wap made ready Tim boy nounted the blcyclo and started And Ight there Roy a nerve failed him lc started after the bicycle The bl lyclist rode faster It developed Into i race Finally Roy was close enough to mpko a wild grab for the nachlne The result was that the two Joys and the bicycle landed in leap with tho youngsters aI from injuries ranging from a cut toys head to a wrenched ankle John Los Angeles Examiner Why Hermit Tock Up Hermltlng A hermit was found dead in he cavo in which ho had resided for many years When the cavern was ex amined1 a number of quaint and curi ousrelics were discovered A loaded shotgunbore a tag marked Both barrels for practical Jokers A Hot It bore tho legend Poison for thoI clamnlyclawed pests who sro shaking hands andj calling you broth or IIA card Identified ti bunch of thongs knotted to a wooden handle as- a Knout for back shippers Other unpleasant articles like bowie knives hotstrawhides 1twhlsIforIan endearing hand on your while relating an uninteresting onlytottatef jaind Being perspicacious Jt deCideWhyworld and token up the thankless job of hermiting r P01JLTRY t DAYLIGHT TESTER FOR EGGS MI ThaiWillIPoultryand An electric daylight egg tester hat been invented by MR S J Fish ol Jackson Mich which will be an man ration in the poultry und product business for it Is far ahead of can dung In a dark room says the Popu lar Electricity t Electric No2 ns it is called about feet In length and contains a belt with small metal trays abopt Inches apart for holding the eggs which Is run over rollers lit each end crankThiselectric lamp and a cord attachable to any electric light socket- A hood with an opening Is placed over the lamp and as the egg passes over It the light flashes on automatically remaining only so lops as Egg Tester the egg Is under examination a per feet one is a clear deep orange color while a bad one Is black the oggs turn automatically on the belt enabling the tester to examine from all sides The good eggs are allowed to roll put on a canvas table which Is done without danger of breakage while the operator discards the ones which are spoiled When the ordinary lighting current cannot be secured the machine Is equipped with 24 dry batteries In mu tiple series which furnish current for lampsAn can test about 80 cases per day with absolutely no danger from fire Eggs are tested In a daylight rodm and with great rapidity PROPEHf 22 FOH POULTRY Rest Rule to yatch Fowls and Give Them Whaf They Will Clean Up Milk Io Excellent Gen raly speaking the poultryman feedingformulasthird as much Corn as all other grains feeds1lnmight remember that a ratio of about 15 Is considered a good ration for laying hens and lG a good one for fattening poultry of all kinds 1otabout500 pounds of live weight That is 100 hens weighing 5 pounds each would require ab bt 27 pounds of dry matter each day dt they are given fFrIl I dayIsults The very best rule is to wnkh the fowls and feed them about all thoy will eat It is not a good plan to allow feed to He uncaton There is no danger of the hens becoming too tat as long as they are kept busy scratch- Ing for their feed It Is the fat hen thailays the eggs regularly GOODPOULTRY FEED TROUGH Useful for AH Kinds of Poultry and 80 SeltEXpiafl3to9jhatJo Dscriplon lNeciseryfl- 04OnW2nlni1 illustration q1a wvn I p1 1o ror uscrui ror all uinaa 01 pwuuy ffUS at plainly sulfexplanatory that no description Is necessary says the Iowa Homestead By the use of this trough Poultry Feed Troughino food can be fowls get into the trough with their feet and thus soil it or Impair the feeding value of the food- Green Food for Winter ISprouled oats cabbage and brittle wellkept turnips furnish the best grocn poultry food for winter Alfalfji or clover leaves or sweepings from u1andfed ftrdIi will largely take the place of gietn food and in a way is better than all- other green stuff without ItICleaning Poultry House In cleaning out an oil hen hence nothing la better thin towalj dvlthe walls with strojg cnboUc ac l water using an od 1rm Tl n whitewash True Lovet tThe course of true love never did and never can run smooth If It did It wouldnt bo true love Tho single cer tnln sine tjun non of true love Is that It shall not run smooth For mich Is the constitution of human beings AjVhen people pot out to be friendly and con Denial they can succeed only by keeping up a gentle hostility Consider the average evening call How tiresome It la until somo one starts an argument or a game of cards Is pro posed That accounts for tho popu larity of games They furnish a sham and innocuous hostility withoutdeadlyIsociety with ones fellows Is Men and women can bo happy gether for days at a time if they are contending at golf at tennis at cards or at other games l People who can sit around drawing agreeablyIspirit and might as well be doadEi- 0 Jones In Llpplncotts Learn Composition From Love teUerc Dr Arthur Holmes who ndvodates the exchange of love letters between students as a means of acquiring tho art of composition might point to Samuel Richardson as a proof of tho efficacy of his method Richardson iegan by acting as scribe for a num ber of young women for whose cor respondence with their sweethearts ho frequently supplied not only the words but the sentiments Mils repu tatlon for this kind of composition led a firm of printers to propose that he should prepare a complete letter Writer for the use of those coun try readers who cannot indite for themselves Two or three of tho epistles written for this purpose sug geated a separate story and thence in Richardsons own phraso sprang u DO YOU ENJOY EATING Or Does Everything You Eat i Distress You Experts declare that the reason stomach disorders are so common InI this country is duo to hasty and careless habits of eating Stomach troubles and rundown conditions also t usually go together IJOhn I ihd of Oneontoi Ni Y says 11 badtoxnachbecarfS so weak that I could hardly walk or do any wOrk1try appetite was very poor and it seemed 2i thldngrtwoalready made a remarkable Improvement in my health my digostlon is nxuch stronger and I have gained la weight strongbecnuaetthe weakened tired and overtaxed rgnnsVlnolIsstomachs and la delicious tp the taste Try a bottle of Vlnol with the understanding that your money will be returned if it does not help you HAYDON VULLETT CARELESS WITH SHIP NAMES Americans Pronounce Them In Most ECtraordlnary Ways According Jo a Critical Traveler Is It not curious that some standard of pronunciation of names is not adopted in New York particularly in hotels asked a traveler the other day have In mind particularly ti pro unclatlon of the big Cunard er that doced I had friends arriv ing on her and I had occasion to nake many Inquiries about when thoy would probably reach the hotel proItwentyfour hours fn this hotel Each time I pronounced the name correctly In making the dnijulry One room clerk made It Mewror tanla Another called it Mauretanny n infqrmatlon clerk dubbed it Marytantiy A porter spoke of the ship as the Mpwretanla The head bellboy was authority for JIurrytanla The ftad waiter talked atout the MorMahna and I assure you I have heard at least half a dozen other variations or combinations of these When I was In Paris last sum mer and had gono to the Garo St Lazaro to take the train for the Olympic at Cherbourg I asked a man who was obviously an American which steamer a lot of people wero golig to take who werostanffing near another gate The Sicily he said or what sounded like It I could not think ofJJ any ship of that name unless a new Italian vestel had come outand 1 could not imagine how an Italian ship could bo calling frontCherbourg It was not until I had seep the nanxS on a baggage label that I realized nat the other crowd was going on the Kronprlpzessln Cccillo We Amer proDuniproper names ILIKE MUSEUM OF FIREARMS =WeaponsTakcn Errm West Virginia Coal Mine Str ers Include Flintlocks of 76 A motley and interesting collection of firearms has resulted from the dis arming of striker In the coal mine district of West Virginia tvhero mar tial law has been declaredly Governor Glnsscock The arms taken from the guards hired by the inlnu operators nre pommonplacc enoughhundreds- of Winchester rep at rg with boxes of the ammunition for them But the other pile takes era back to the days of tho minute men There were old English fowling pieced of beautiful workmanship Kentucky rifles with barrels six feet long flintlock muskets that probably did good service In 1776 Sharps rlfes like those that the free sellers carried Into Blooding Kansas in a docn v rVics of carbines runIde3 Maynsrds Sponsors and othora euch its the troopers of61j65 Inow how to wIeld eo well and mod cm raiHtary rifles effective weapons tat are now sold for a few dollars tplcco by many department stores as a result of tliq War departments pot icy of selling discarded firearms at auction Among tho old pieces are guns by such fatuous makers its TYl Philadelphiajbore and others of 8eventy fIve one hundred years ag6 to whom gun making was a fine irt rSprlngfleld Republican hcavy1iayrackagain without any lifting take tito 2x6 pieces eighteen foct long two short and twff ionger polite S1t the posts about four foot apart rntf plket on long pieces as elioWR ja t lus tratlpn Tho lower enl t ipk aa should be Iiat high tu f to comic Lifting Hay Rack aoderthc crosaplccea of tho hay rack says tho Iowa Ho e8tead To unload tio raolc flrivo between these two j pfccAs rndufc reek vdllsllp along on- t t t of ttit planks as shown in the if ill wck can be loaded I JI r r r C Iikr3n Cry for FItchere Thq mud Yoti Hjivo Al ayg Bdriglit and wkldi IIM been In use for over 30 years lias Jjojrno the signatory et i and hog been made under klsjMr 4 sonnlsnpervJslon uIiic151ta b1uey aS4n oneto dCCCIytty5itjJtthIs All Cpiinterfelts Imitations and5nstajo dro but Experiments tlmttrlflU wit1 curd pndajisqr tim hcaltU of Infants onJJ Clil drcn Expeslcnco nsainst Experiment What k CAOR1ACastorla Is a 1iarmlcss1JBTiiitltial iSCaBfcqr Oil Pare Grorlc roii und Scoiitiis Ifi is Pleasant Jt coutals iioliUc bpiisfi jVIijrpl lna jlor other Uarotiosuliutajice Its agfa l itscfttarantco It destroys WoranulnlInrs FoverItness It eircs D1nrrhioib and llid Coti c It reliercs Tect1i1ng ronbles Cucs Const1pattn and Flatulency Ic assiuiUqfcs lieiocd regulates tho StomaciL and Bowelsf giving Jiealttiy and natural sleep Tile CldldrenB Panncea Tho mothers Friend 1 GIENUIWE CAST OR Ai ALWAYS Bears tlie Signature bf Li q the KM You Rave Always Boa ht IIn Use For Over 3O YearsrCENTAUiycCANfT7aunRAY waiter new p d r = Young Women Read what Cardul did for Miss Myria Engler of Faribault Minn She aysLet the tell you how much tjl good Cardui has done me As a young girl t always had H to suffer so much with all kind of pain Sometimes I Wat H so weak that 4I cduld hardly stand on my feet I got a l H JhadtakenI m Today I feel as well as anyone can I CARDU1I number of troubles and which in time often lead to A tonic Is needed to help prelieve weakness headache the sIgns of weak nerves and For a tonic take CardiffiJ You will never regffct ft WomansTonk1OB Ask your druggist about ft Write fv Ladies Advisory Dept iv for Sptdal liubvctioia and Mpace book i YOU a That question will be asked you almost daily by business men seeking your riseta c ness colleges COMBINED 48 Colleges in 18 States International reputation Wr4tlNi114FlSookkeepinsr uooKKeepers au over DraughonsNewfrona 25 to 50 per cent Hj workandvony Shorthand Practically allU Sofij eta court reporters write the System of Shorthan I3raughon Colleges teach cq SNa hvaie or MemnEu or Knocvme twia 0r PUncd Ky r ErMwHH irf- f the use of coodlaxatlve tq keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons cf undirected ood front gettlngJnto your system 1 f eflicacy biliousness sick headache feverisibess collctbtuIence etc Trv VF 1 Iy t Frightened By SbtdtaWlth Petition1 He Punishes SlIm and Hla Su parlor Officers BotallB of an extraordinary scono which took place while the czar wan inspecting trqopa near Moscow re cently ara now leaking out While his imperial majesty was posalng down the lines of the SecOnd Infantry j Tagiment x a private of tho Fourth CjOmpany uddQnly stepped out ot iinq threw down lila rifle and5 rushed upio the czar to hand him R petition At lireMf was believed that an atwnipt was biine mndo oa the orarfc lifo and ofttcors standing by threw thamlfolveg upon the inan TS rccertalneBi however that the man ifrsrely et51iCdtO present a pe titian iKntins that ho had bjNta forced tto ifojve inthj army instead of bid br5ttcr hitnd not draqtith freoUclusliL fi pltcedtindbr ar iest Tbb cstr rawfrQatij annoyed at the ocourr n4oaKd ordered tlje pun ithmeat of ell tha officers connected with U1o rrtriniABt Thoschlef coin tuahdar of the military district has rei v affitej tSo commander OOIVQSst orpa a caiztian tho otr the gecottdl Infaritry fasltoent a fierylpa repriiaao liti- tneuder of the battniloiiflo which tile c01n lint betcagn has been a111 Jo rcUrftmdiy ptalniM the cont pony andtthe q6o4ifithe manftli tacTtmflt iaveb lUi dinilszed IrSthe arVlcc mfr Wnisolf h received thirty tlari ljhprMQro t but It ie staled ti tb18 grievance vill be Inquired into The I I 3iL I 1krswritIPhysicians Advise gtilegeMtereliable thestomacheoiistipaiietsssbon ICI LYSLAXATtJtLIVER i Friendshi tIn fcyilniM tent 1heJale8marjc on getting 1ocfiithg happy days and drinks now of his customer ba vtilitadaa U- netrIesteabja1ag5eetIss c that will- be of leo IEesiys f etor drops a piece fewii intended to do the customer some ioat Net infrequently aIr expert salMofaa will study th methods of jt cuetmer t4 even umethods in Use In his wtablUhmant before approeckiagMa M as td Mr in u ppsltio ttalkMWJlf nVy w his needs an erttanW Utttn that will attract atU tfepi TkM the custoraeif Is liable to indebtHl to him in i friendly WCfWii iit ha LiiessL rrnsyLittlet of Maker andIe 1cei athet pa a cost sortLwidch led 1a aecif YWlewu to teas4 and gressqueit1e Mat ycer udeskerr Uked- a blboy irHk a buBi and swag geria air HarMi get nay ilirfirat alt Mid Johnny 1I never is oof rrYQtcine then JobnyaTh4atIU My fMhi s bs a bone eeliNY ha Joird- tke rItt aed1ne sder- t De1i IIi a veterinary bead added almost in tesi d prac con mTltBits