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T v iT4 i I t r r L 1Efis tI fI jr W j io ic i t 1r 3 t DEVOTED TO ThE INTERESTS OF ASMIPITONCJNTY r j ijjr r d l 2 Y i UIlE IL SIIIIFIELIKYWEDIEDA Y lvtIl il lID 1 I 1tNY WAS IN6TON COUNTy tlOMES VISITED BY DEATH ii Past week The People of This County Have Been Called cLJ iJp0n 16 Mourn The Death ofSome of The Most o Prortiinent and Betoved Cisizens L JCLAYPROO E joI zf R Clybrookf died r uremlc Noy 241910 Mr Clay had bee4i sufYererfora a quar tferr s cnturv but because of hIs Iii inbMrii1gi ain a3 combatitw h malady it was not until In recent J irstbltRs friends learned that hi h1th snotTor8For the pasi 1 j jew yers r not beer rbl togo tt grkt al yisiting on 4 1munhty1 with an occasi n 4ctlii tai flereMscbeey presence c 1eLkwthip an4genia1 man 1I hu en DcJw111 be real1v rnsed not wily by hWo4d friends but Iby Toungec acqutintaThS as well fJe aiways hat a kindly salu 1 tts da ent word Els prom ire34 pouIarity were due in part o ly boweyer to his graciousness as- 4b was n9f pronounced ablllty and s of plendtd attainments at msi o figired in the public affairs i trIIJY wo1e of this county but of the State t 1L Jir1 Claybrooke was horn In this oCotlD Jay 1Qth 183 On Miy 10th- heit wall JIJIatlJedW Miss Jennie Diefretl of Ne1ieopnty who through all the years frrJhe date of then mar 54ulage to tie dy af hi death was hir faithful heIpmatend congenial corn priiOn To this uon twelve chilcren wereborn as fine afamilvas Washing ilcotiIity has ever cad end one whkh th deces d was pardonably prdud One of the beautiful traits of Mis life was his comradeship with his ditiirenj for while he wIs respected as- a ptIent 1e was also led upon by tl s a biothe4 and companion The I spriIvi t children are J R W D J s j 11 IdaParland Ruth Clay brooke and Mrs Mary G RaJtsdale of this county Mrs W H Cleveland Jtbfl bn L Oft5utt ofBhxmfield andI 4L J D Turner of Lexington t Claybrooke died In Alabama about Iwo years ago- kt ln 1J59 while quite a oungman Mr 4 t1ytooke was chosen to represent tbccntv m the legIslature He be r csiditingtiished there by intrOduc itCtbe tint bill ever introduced into tie1rel tucky legislature to permit a iw rQ to tztify In his wn behalf In a Judicial proceedipg His bill was de feted and he wucensured for having vecatedsikh a misure but the re- afrhi advocacy of the measure wiui cracteriatic ot the man that it ingl4 not be popular but the bill was STt5Ild should become a law and Ute Common lowr i bo Mr Clay pta tled tw and was prornin 4at41 profeso1i having Leen twice Cinty Attorney of Davies- scounty4iere he lived for a while Af krriage hower he moved tot Joki Cliqioke home where he has Mr ly1reoke haf for may years e biiit menibK of the Baptist church lMiWf iJong time held different oMesi ithu tin the ethlehetitchurcb trwirh was buried on Friday ltPuroom preaching the fu ai sermon iiWa a fine typc ot the old tie SMtbrn gentleman a type whtchsad 0tj jiSrapldly passing away A miber ofap aristocratic family he r ilyept up the fJlmiIy name He r was Isandsome manin appearance at- f be iii manner a fihe conversational t1j awlrac6iiteur an excellent husband a dotd father and kind neighbor- wAwill begreatly missed Inthiscoun- tTJ YANS t Afr aron 11Une due to tuI ri Mrs Jennie Evans WiJ o- ijEqmdied yesterday at t1e home f MtIer Harrison Nally low towfloh the Bardstowni J krThe friEralservicea will be hek SStIOrrsl Morning t lQo lbckatSt 3 church anZ the remains will be tn tgrrd JStReemeterv The deeaaed was a daughter of Mr Mrriso NaUy and wasDQlltthir1r psrs of e Sonic years ago I wai Jim Kvanz and heind one W JAiiNIJJvna is also sui tr lH4- F IJY iii r MARATTA t Iss Anna Clark Maratca died at the borne of h rbrotherinlaw G D Dun can lastSaturdav morning Nov 26 at 8 oclock She had been confined to her bed for over three weeks during- which time she was a great sufferer Shortly before herd ath howe er her suffering ceased and her death was aR tranquil and peaceful as her life had been beautiful and useful Physical herjIso faIthfully by ministering to and dom forting her brethren His children MISS Annie as shwas known to everyone in town rich and poor black and whit powerful and humble was born in thIs town December 25th 1849 d Was the eldest child of James and Ifan Abigail Spears Maratta both of were members ut pioneer families of Washington county She was educated in Louisville and being brJght and studious made a fine rectlrd in schooL In early life she united wIth the Methodist church in St Louis Mtsince whick tIme she has devoted her life to the cause of Christianity for while she was a staunch Methoiast she was primarily a Christian and it Can be ttuthtuhy said that ale ws one who adopted the golden rule as her standard of life It was seldom that the weath er was so inclement as to prevent her attending church and infrequent that she was too ill to hearken to the can of PainjDfas sweet for the humblest child in town as for those who were near and dear to her She was pre emin ntly unselfish pleasluresho Nn her was received with a word of thanks and a smile even though her body was racked witlf pain In her home she was a ray of sunshine and for years had een as goodas a mother to the children ot an Invalid sister their welfare being nearest io her heart she rejoicing with them in their joys and weeping with them in their sorrows To her neighbors she was a source ot joy in theIr social intercourse a ministering angel in tIme of sorrow On Sunday afternocn the fun ral ser vices were conducted at the Methodist church by Rev T J Wade the pastor assisted by Rev W H Williams and Rev W A Wolfe In SpIte of the fact that the day was exceedingly disagree able the church was filled with sorrow ing frIends drawn there to pay the last trIbute of respect to the memory oZ i their friend Miss Annie The remains were interred on Cemetery Hill beneath a mass of flowerS n is but natural that the family should ted most keenly the loss of Miss Maratta yet no one will gainsay that her death is a distinct loss to herchurch and to the community as a whole and while this community grieves yet at the same time it thanks a und Provi dence that a life so true s useful so se1fsacrificm land so beaqtif l in every respect was here lired DIRRINGER In the death of Mrs AnIi Derringer the county has anotherof its oldest and most highly respected citizenr Mrs Derringer died Sunday at the home of her sOl W M Derringer of the infirmitIes incIdent to advanced age She was buried Monday atMt Freedom where many friends had gathered to pay their last respects to the deceasecf Mrs Derringer was born in Madison county Ky eightyfive years ago and during young womnhood married the late Martin Derringer In this county however 8he spent the greater portion Of her life and here it was that she raised a useful family The following hiHren survive their mother W M Q riger and Mrs Sidney Perkins of this cOunty Mrs John Brady of Coy in ton Ky4 and Jas Derringer of Duncan Ky Daring the latter years of her l fp the deceased bad liyed with her children jh wherever she was her cheerful manner and christiin life made her a wajcome and beloved gu st I iti v SAUNDERS rhe Deop1eof Springfield were deeply grieved to hear of the death of Rev- Miles Saunders which occurred at his home in Bullitt county Nov 25 19l The remains were brought here Satur PresbvteIso many years The interment wa was Cemetery Hill y the sIde of his first wife Dr Saunders had been in failing nealth for some time and his death was not unexpected Dr Saunders was the son of Cqt and Mrs James Saunders and was born at Decatur Ill Jan 9 1832 In 1854I he entered Centre College at DanvIUk Ky then one or the most notedschools in the South lie graduated fr m this institution wIth honors in 1857 He then entered the Theological Seminary at Danville from which he was graduu WtrSaunderswas associated with some of the most noted men this country has producEd W C P Hreckmrldge J C S Blackburn the Itte SenatorVest John C Young and others being among the number Immediately after leaving the Seminary Mr Saunders accepted the pastorateof thePresbyterian church IIheldspiritualneeds of his congregation and servmgthe community as awhole int apr manner he could DurIng the he was pastor he not only won timeI of his own congregation but made self popular with and useful to the other denominations Springfield saulIdersnoble a woman as ever lived Four children were born to them three of whom survive iamely Jan N Saunders of Stanford4rs C R McDowell of Danville and Mrs LOUIse Murdock Miss Mary Saunders dIed a number of years ago In 1896 Dr Saunders resigned the pastorate oiihe local Pres- iyterian church and since that time when able he has been doing missionary i and evangelical work in the MounJ thins of Kentucky where his efforts have been productive Of great good His first wife died in November 1896 and a Yew years after Dr Saunders rriarried MISS Emma WIlson Of Bullitt county who IS stil living Dr Saunders was remarkable manC inmany ways Jiwas not only one oft the most profound thinkers and thee alsoIYears ago his learning and rcholarl- yattainmnts t attracted such attention as to gain for him the honary degree of Doctor of Divinity which was conferred by Westminister College of Missouri T Dr Saunders was known not only asa theologian but was a fine historian having been especially well versed in Ancient History He also wJotehlsI torical sketches which were exception ally clear and concise Dr Saunders was a fine hOst in hiw home where there was nearly always company and where old time Southern hospitality was dispensed with a lavish hand He was a fine conversatIonalist and his company was always sought uy his friends and acquaintances Dr Saunders will 101Kr be remembered and loved by a great many people here who knew him a CROUCHS News has been received here of the death of Edgar Crouch which occurred in Cincinnati Monday In the telegran no details were given merely the intel hgence that death had occurred Edgar or Jack Crouch as he was better known was bern and raised in Springfield anti was about forty yeais of age He was the eldest child of the late Oliver Crouch who tormerly cor ducted the old Springfiell Hotel anJ who died in 1893 HIs mother and a sister and brother survIve and now livi In Oklaboma Immediately after hist fathers death Jack and the rest of the family went to Lebanon and from there to Oklahoma Jack Crouch was handsone of person y and1easymanner vorlte and won him many friends whop will be grieved to learn of his death i Lien Fondlls A Child In Pittsburg a savage lion fondled theI hand that a child thrust Into his cage Danger to a chIld IS sometImes great when least regarded Often It comes a bCoughKings New Discovery could have saved HA few doses cured our baby of a very bad case of Croup writes Mrs GeQrge B Davis of Flat Rock Cc Wealyways give It to him whed he Its a wonderful medicine for babies Best for Coughs Colds LaGrippe Asth ma Hitorrhages Weak Lungs SOc r i0O naL bottle free Guaranteed l by Haytfqn Rpbertsofl ra Tobcco Market OpensTomolTow The local tob co warehouseS ar scheduled tOQJef1 tomorrow for tlu sale of loose Ieaftobacco On account of the prolonged drouth theseason hjS- year IS late but from now on tobacco will no doubt roll in The local houses are expecting to handle oveY ten mill Jon pounds of the weed from this and adoinihg countIes There are four warehouse at which dailY sales will bc held namely The Washington County Tobacco Wareoouse Co The Farmers Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse The Springfield tibacco Warehouse and The Planters Warehouses Taylox Cot wilo had a redryirg plant here last year will run again this year whle B D Lake has also installed redrying machinery in the warehouseby the depotI The Sun will keep Its readers posted during the season as to the sales o to bacc3and the prices realized uNad SlightlyIInjured by Bullet Nad Hardm will probably be laid upI some time as the result of a broken leg anJwill not be able to c ebrate theIChristmas holidays in his usual heart and vigorous manner Some time ago- Nad as a diversion threw rocks and dishes so It is said through the winI dow s of the domicile one Lucy Clay his affinity find even the said Lucy herself to the great discomfort of thel said affinity After this unusual mani festatlon of affection Nad skipped butI returned last Saturday to the aforesaid domicile in Hocker Mirshal Grace heard of his reappearance and went to arrest him which did not seem to please Nad who resisted and pushed the Chief runIGraces pistol The ball struck him in the thigh breaking his leg and he IS now in the bed uncertain as to when f he shall again be King of- iocker Th Unloaded Gun Again zIA near tragedy occurred at the borne f J F Pettus last evening Mr Pet us had loaned hIs shot gun to a friend tor a days hunt and when it was re turned the loajs were left in the gun As Mr Pettus business required him o be away from home until late Mrs I1Jhadhe little girl becoming sleepy had leI tlrPd to beef in a room adjoining the one In which Mrs Pettus and Mrs Smiths were sitting whe1 Mr Pettus arrived c Hepickedup the gun and took it into the house not thinking of the loads bt ingin It and while handling the gun it was discharged the load of shot going in the direction of the room where the child Wi s sleeping and missing It but a short distance The shot carried with sufficient force to tear R hinge corn pletely cifr the door between the two ooms Providentially it seems this was the only loss sustained The fright and excitement however was so greats to cause sleepless night at Mr Pettus FINAL ESTIMATES ON TOBACCO CROP I J Yield per Acre of This Years To- lbacco rop in Kentucky Was 810 Pounds Washington Nov 21Final estC mates oi the cropreporting board are hat the yiell per acre of this years Kentucky tobncco crop was 810 pounds compared with 825 pounds last year and 833 pounds an average Yield for 10 ears pas The total production of tobae co in the State is estimated at 381024000 ounds compared to350700000 pouhds n 1909 Fhe quality of this years crop is 85 er cent ompared with 8118st year The Kentucky corn crops YIeld wasI 286 bushels per acre this year as gainst 29 bushels last year and 267 ushels the l0yearayerage The produc n ian of corn is 104075000 bushels this year aQ against 143472000 buihels th 1909 The qU1lity is 87 per cent thisC eur aIainat 8t per cent last yearJ Lame back comes on suddeniy and is extremely painful It IS caused by hematism of the muscles Quick re- ief is afforded by applying Chamberlains Liniment Sold by lI Druggists J A 4hjrI NOMIMTMAND Ii Ti iJIi r QSr STfL Ai II l4 v v Well Begun is Half Ifli 1 ret I j f4i tq1iI g- Easy 1 to SM1 I6S klI ION11r r t iI wc r J t 1 Well begun is alrtdo I4nd the Wige competirthswill vast no time ing but make a start nowr It is seldom that one h huh4vtruments ina contest candidatestheirfriends IWingsStandatd 1910 Kraue Piano ttk away to the candidates psl1a the highest vote in the Contest pfaaedtothis pLno which is on display in th store While the first list of noisiness wU printed but last week still the different ones entered have shown great interest andalready many of the candidates have called at the Sun office nd sought explanations in person ofeftte points riot thoroughly understood Ihat is a wise plandont wait but goat busy now Why it is surprisingly easy to secure votes said one lady yesterday who pees the advisability of started at tile start Witksuch rea sonable offers for selling Dft Bills and such attractive subscriotio rates for the Sun itis no wonder that they are makeslan IiI Mf CUp ylew Uayo steak plw youig To OBTAiN VOTES On each paid onpld On fo 100 paid for new subscriber given when money Ispai Go Jet thea- ote iAfoyou when Sun Make Haydon Willetts Store and Petersea tinpartment 50Q thee staiss yates you ILISTof Following the list candidates foE the piano Haydon Willetts Drug- Store Although the contest has fling but two weeks some candidates showing great determination win the handsome piano Miss May Mayes rounded several thousand votes durinJt the week retaining closeIpromises a candidate Spalding comes thIrd a han ome and alto promises to a lose competitor Name VoteE Mae 19500 May Curry 14500 Mrs Jodie Spalding 10700 Roxie Cecil 4500 Sadie Fenwick 3600 Lilly Simms30WBes-sie Settles 2800 MaymiePardieu 2600 Mary TonJitr 2200 Irene Sutton u 1900 Campbell j 1500 Briggs off 1500 Blanch Shirley1500Ne- llie Andrews 1500 Bodine 1200 Naomi Sweeney 1200 Resale Kays 1 1200 Mabel Williams 3Fanme 1000 MarJtle Graham 1000- MaJie MayWycoffS 1000 Verna Rogers 10CI0 a Colvin 1000 Leachmanf 1000 Mary Rose Jeansi 1000 Hungate1000lore- nce Steele 1000 Mabel 1000 Ollie Catlett May Haydon 1000 Haggie Royalty 1000 Catherine Nelson 1000 Sun tlAPPYHOLLO Steve and Scott spent Saturday Sunday with their sisterjMr and John Crow John Armstrong spent Thanksgiving ndFriday with he family Purom- Pitstop near Tcas Jag Scott and family spent Wedne- ay and Thursday wltn famt of- ohn Crow John Matherly and wIfe nesdav aid Thursday withher br her Ed fanbard wIfe tdioQiMl kkinri nd wife o5Utdal lf lr ian 1 tYIIIt 2 Win posskj the 1awDsaE8 tb l ta 1 the coupouleIsewsu1 t 1- sIuegpod for 1OQ votes lrss 1 Every caridi4ate kJPrlseKrause Instrument Ballot w ps inbon Hayden jUsttr aooPetenoo Spa1a store ginspection andcntkauisd will becounte4 every Tesdsy by Impartial com mltt t a Wiltett and W1l Soalding are offering oi1 candidates bringing boil store 200 votes will v dollar purchasemade from iand OO vows for c im purchase from their newly EJe department learn something to their advssu calling at the store and y personally with t e CotetT- here dre three ofitmasIvo colle ding 19hic h will 1 advantage to the lady =who means busines s t HOW 1 00 subscriptioDs to The Sun we giv votas each a to The Sun Wf give 10OOy AU vea this office see your friends aa payinKt1por sutcribing for The your purchases at means votes Get your frIends to buy at aIM seat their for The CAN IDiis of at at Springfield been run of the are up past to be warm Mrs with vote be Lillie Wy Mae f 120 ennie Essie Price Liza nd Mrs ot the spezt Wed l lt k ta tLL s at five xn open bo bs be gi be Beulah Thompson l Bessie Sweeney t cOlaHolrtermnEliza Haqan 1 Fay Montgomery I r 17 Verlie Vest tIt rMary B Maser l Sarah Emma Rose iobn JJ VunArsdale iiiLaver OCOOn 1f Stanislaus J4oraja t Ruby1OraBeulah Sbew1I1akr lnoe Shewmaker- Hettie Bowles n bIFollowing is the list ofc ni the ptaro at PetetSOft A j1Store at Texas I t Miss BHlle Cocaiougbreo fthe front thwftk by sevfr1loai4 ioAf votes Miat EO Whit 5 with a hlKMom Vote fol4o M Myrtle Cocasoogher Name IW Bessie hr dln z Ella Myrtle Cocaiiough r iZSJIMarie Arnoldi rBertha Iva COCano her Casey Wright fPauline HJCan N 5LucyHattie Lon rCrlstjne Kim llin VernaBrnck t Ella Pope4U r IStella May nMattte st- Lizzie L + 4t1tSd Younf 4SRhoda l3egley t ur Pl GOOD 100 vorE f CANDIDATEi htH Ji Q SpringI4 1hoset1iVvereentertained Reedt Whiteboeee1W HYNt4loJh Lynch3nham13M-rs Lizzieflarrickt FOR T Were Joh perk ciiOiI tton John Arinitroa bthio- ch Masterrwabd famiI tIftM Snider It wag a siQll Mrs L M Clark aid rnrs iScamsa Mrs Salli Hnare Mud 1 amsn aBdWCI 1 tf giving with T Wf thse1EI aI1 Joe Mrnturriaad wit asdtt tsr of Ok1ahoma 11 with JobnA1trq i4bS4p EItMt aM j 8at6r0 earW7 v a tj f t t i 1Springfie1d stJL 1j L MITH Editor and Publlter 1r11RINGPTILD UNPIICKY- T y uian le the iian ofthe cen q x J1Uon 11 after all leas dangerous tMi1IMtHIl 1Ci The freak ot is doomed we are id but which freak hat Dpi t keep your mouth open when 1 looking at airships It Is a bad habit tobogsgaigifatiguing It tit a taW to be kIlled In I bligame II In an aeroplane satartrophe Prhap the hobble skirt is the Maw for the new fishlon of larg- epal sxtremitie8 atcgame many aims fn the atr7 When a man lives In a boardl- nl1K he lets somebody else worry- about the price of coal Aerial wonders trip one another un w the general public Is beginning to be surprised by nothing governirnt1ons to prevEnt the Yankees from- bcotning extinct Th e Chineee may adopt a comPro o sise When they atop pinching the feet Yof their girls they may put on them hobble skirts A German bnkex spent eight- Iroatha ii America ud did not mar iHlre rl rich so there must be- other reason J Ai Dunning by postal card has been Jerbidden by the post office depart iJiHnt Hereafter the nners must twe cent stamps 1AAi Russian military balloon went u- pier foooo feet the other day That- enough to get out of range of any t1aary Japanese fleet ywa have grown as a people this r5275000000 bushels of obis wheat barley anti potatoes cornS no one should go hungry One woman of the 400 paid all000 In duties on her gowns recently Ibe 400 has ceased to practille smug eu ig except at odd times Everything seems to Indicate that Jt will be several years yet before the consideredentirelyout jT afraidAmericarchy HeprdbablY has nothing else at this time to be afraid ot- A trick horse that had been stolen shook hands with the rIghtful owner ita the undoing of the thief We defy a trick automobile to do that The prune supply at a New York laoepital was short and boarding bouse guests will be surprised to hear thereia quite a fuss about it r The pOlice have discovered a man leaning against a corner building who had en dead three hours All things come to him who watts All to the cons quence there does sot seem to be much to choose between a woman automobilist turning thfefland her machine turning turtle People hooted at a woman in Colum bus a because she wore a hobble skirt in the Streets Can it be possible at1the age of southern chivalry is- s Six billion cigarettes were consumed in tha United States last year yet tHre are In thIs country a good many young men whose fingers art not stained In ranford N J a thief stole s 100gold watch from the pocket of police sergeant while at official dosed In the police seMit What that policeman Reds Is a chaperon The life of the city boy Is Indeed hard No more Fourth of JulY no uore halloween and an increase in the number of vacation schools Is only matched by a condemnaUn ot moving picture shows Aviation Is becoming extremely profltableif not for the country cer casbUcause the science of airship building W get a Move on Wireless lighting Is now announced by a JanIsh inventor Natures lIgbt Ing hat always been wireless and here mere man only Imitates In St Louis there Is a robber who 1a ksrawn as the candy kid He pro ably got the name owing to his po- Session s oe sticky fingers i weat scientist claims tohavt- lliecorereda e emlcal which Is dea- ttsd th ie tAgermsIs thJs cen 7aJl htng the climax of a4world r UST the most beautiful of all mil J exquisitehata wired cap of gold tissue with two gold roses at the side Lewis of Paris won the first prIze at the fashion exhl- bltfon with a big hat mounted over a lace cap He must have lost it- If this exquisite New York model had been a competitor But the Idea was new then and seized upon by the Paris desIgners as one would seize upot gold coins lying about the streets In tact a good new Idea Is the same thingIt can readily be coined insubstantial to money This charming hat Is very large and apparently very simple But let bone o be deceived as to Its simplicity IN CLOUD GRAY CASHMERE Girlish Dress That WIII Set Off the Charms of thc Young Lady A simple girlish dress this in cloud- gray cashmere the skirt measure s Dot more than two and onehalf yards round and is trimmed with two stitched straps with rounded ends in which buttons with cOrd loops are sewn The bodice and sleeves are cut to gather the fronts crossed at and forming a V shaped openi- nr i t over a white lawn chemlsette wit h turnover collar and jabot of e broidery the sleeves are finished with tiny turned up cuffs Hat of straw to match dress line with darker crepe de Chlne and trimmed with wide ribbons Materials required for the dress SIx yards 46 inches wide Sewing Lace Always sew lace with fine threa- and never with silk for the sir stitches are very noticeable This Is true no matter I1oN coarse the lace silk will not nlnk Into a fabric as thread will This is a sewing hInt given me recently by a promises dressmaker wxo expressed herself as tired to death of seeing quite plai Iy where her friends had sewed the r lace chemisolfea and hatbrim tri lnfIi The trimming Is a dull metallic wing like ornament ih gold and sIlver The shape is perfection forming a back ground against which the face necL and shoulder become a picture Another extremely large hat covered with Duchess lace Is shown 1Ji Fig 2 The brim droops without m upwards flare and Is not Quite so graceful as In the first hat but la found more becoming to certain type of faces The trimming of ostrich i a fancy mounting and combination o rich Persian colorIng Is the noteof climax In the model which has bee n much admired Either of these demonstrato ho wide a brim may be and still leave no doubt as to its beauty CALLS FOR COMMON SENSE FIndItof Excess girlwhotr11l1ngwith notionNever diet on the advIce of wongor make you sorrYloOklng wreck Dont diet to excess at anY time knowsdIetetics ottheafroms t highthanwhenever food tempts you If you only diet for the sake of fig beforeof ordinary family meals Is hard Ask tomethenuisance at mealtime teelthatgood even when your food list Is carefully censored by a physician The best of them will make mistakes Find out In time what Is wrong Dont diet to excess at any weaening i clously following a doctors advice Common sense and moderation are good things to hold to In the matte of food Veils of the Season Stylish and becoming are veils of white ring dot net with the rings In black and Ii Line black lace border to match The winters veils show largo octagonal meshes sometimes plain aJaln with big woven dots wearingthothe meshes gives a grotesque appoa ante The most becoming veil Is a fin mixture ot black and white tIny bloc dots on white net being better than becomeknown gardlesm dThe Belt Buckle With the return of the belt to favor again belt buckles in InfinUe VarIety have appeared The simple enamel buckles to empire green ruby and dark blue are well liked for everyday wear With dressy gowns oblong or tval gUt desIgns In Loulc XIV ef ridkd Newest Letter Paper Some ot the prettiest note paper blueIringnof color the exact shade as the border thmutc bordered and are very prett i i KENTUCKY I GLEANINGS WHAT IS GOING ON IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH PRESBYTERIAN MINISTERS Entertained at FOrmer Home of Thor oughbreds Frankfort Twentyfive Presbyte fan ministers members of the Ves Lexington Presbytery were entertained by Dr J A Alexander this week at- Woodburn farm near this city the home ot Abdallah Mambrino Chief SeendKILLED BY TRAIN Archie Frances Falls From Freight and Loses Arm and Legs Morehead Archie Frances aged 40 years of Kings Mountain was throw from freight train here and falling across the track had both legs and hediedbrother inlaw ot Sheriff McCarty hlneoln t county and leaves a wife and childrenI LIBERAL DONATIONS To Fund for the Proposed Model School Building at Lexington Lexington The Civic League has received from John C Mayo the Eastern Kentucky coal and timber king a check for 1000 as an unsolicite donation to the fund for the bultdlng of the proposed 45000 model school previouslya eufhas closed DESERTEw D Latonia The big Jacksonville ape dial of sixteen horsecars and the ape dial for Pensacola have gone With the deliarture of the latter train few horses are left at the lIllldale track Most of these will be to Tam Januarys 2 Gen Mgr John HackmQlster will re main a few days to settle up the affairs ot the association before going Soa satisfactory one for the ass a cia tion KINGS DAUGHTERS Annual State Convention In Lexington Largely Attended LexingtonThe Kentucky of the International Order of the Kings Daughters convened here Addresses were delivered by Miss Annie M Brown the Kings Daughters sec retaryot the Dominion of Canada and sirs John T Mason or Baltimore Representatives were IIi attendant from every part of the state LexingtonCollections of internal revenue amounting to fully half a mlt lion dollars will be the record for N vember 1910 according to the way the collections have been made so far during the month Taxes etc a ready taken in at the local revenue office are far in excess of those received durIng the first half of November ot 1909 and there Is every Indication of this month being a record breaker Ln ariiqunt of taxes collects PaidkFrankfortThe first cal for Inter ea t bearing warranfs to be presented for payment will be made by CaptEd- Ftrlt state treasurer sometime duro lag December nhen it Is hoped to pay off a large number of the warrants On account of fife collection of state and county taxes during the latter part or this month and the first of Dooom her fife state It is said wm have a large sum of moneyy on hand and ill be able to pay off a portion of the floating debt now outstandin- gFrankfortAlthough tho blue grri richh In the heart of the mountains comes to the front 1s the producer of corn airke m mls loner Rauiln zed the corn grown from seAd furnished by him fsor LexingtonThe autumn session of ther board of ofiipers of the Kentucky Federation ofYom ens Clubs con vaned here Mrs James A Leech of LouIsville Is president L ouisv111eWilliam Houston Ne man died sUddenly at his resident Mr Newman would hero been 80I ara old February 8 His death was due to the Infirmities incident to old age He was one of this Itys prone er business men and noted for his bane olout work GlasgowDlsappolntment was felt hero when It became known that the Kentucky field trial whIch was to have started here had been called otI The abrupt change was brouglt about la tno fMM that birdsare so scarce 9 F t THE RECENT ELECTION State Comm isslon WIIICanvass Voter Next Week Frank oftA meeting of the state elpctlon commission has bee called for Monday November 28 00 canvass the returns and issue certificates to tile successful fndidates for congress and appellate judge In the recent erection The flaw requites the oosmmis lion to meet on the third Monday aft er the election and fife 28th will be the third Monday FUNERAL OF MRS SEBREE ElktonThe body ot Iiirs Bettie Carney Sebree wIdow of F A Sebree who was shot sand instantly killed in Bankstwas Tenn and placebybrother Ed Carney of Cincinnati ar theeNo Change Is noticeable In Banks appearance and he still has the air of stolid indifference noticeable in him ever since the tragedy To those who call on hIm In hffr cell at the count jail he talks In his vanaT manner about ratters of ordinary interest but at nit time has he referred to the trag ed j B l1 his father and his mother have been in poor health for some time and their condttJon is now serIous as a result of the terrible Shock occa stoned by their sons act and physl clans have been In attendance upon them almost constantly THE VISITING GOVERNORS Louisville Members of the recep tlon committee who will welcome the governors of many states when they arrive In DoufBvUle from Frankfort November 30 to attend the conference of governors met and plans for the reception were completed Mr Murray chairman of the committee appointed a special delegation to go to Shelbyville board the spe cial train there and escort the distin guished vIsitors to Louisville The entire party will be taken to heSeelbach where a luncheon will wUIknowtertalnment in the afternoon dinners that evening and a reception at the Pendennis club at night Wants His Share FrankfortW 3IcC Johnston filed Tuft In circuit court against H J4 Thompson Floyd Day and the New Ben JelUco Coal Co Incorporated and asks that the defendants Thompson and Day he required to dtJ1ver 4o the plaintiff 1180 shares of stock in th corporation worth the par value oh 118000 or In case the stock can not be delivered that he be awarded judg meat for the sum of 17700 the differ sacs in the price at which he ron tracted for the stock and its presenE corporahdeeds that may be paid in the fulure- on such stock Court of Appeals FrankfortThe court or appeals reo versed the case of Stonewall J Buford against Bessie Hopewoll and others from Jefferson CGuntr and ordered a new trial She was hurt bYbeing strut by Bufords automobile and the jur have her a verdict for 2500 and Life court says that the amount award ed fiertr as excessive and the n vers3J Was on that ground alone as the de 1clsion says that the chauffeur its very negJlgfnt The case ot Asher agt1nst the City of Pinevnte was affirmed the court holding that Asher must pay the taxesassessed by the city on bls personal property at something like 100000 News in Kentuckyl OphlrJohn 1 r CantrlU has been appointed postmaster at Ophlr Loulsvl1le Subscriptions to the Castleman statue fund have reached a tot tl of 3347- Nicholasville The 30000 d mage suit of George Logan against the Kentucky Daryrte3 Co has been comp mlsed for 3500 and costs saFrankfortGov Willson will spend Thanksgiving In Louisville and then attend a meeting of the Gulf Deep Wa ter Nays association In St LouIs Loulsv1l1eThe first direct Importation of tea to Louisville from China was received when two carloads 567 cases frotom IticbmondFederalII court ed after a weeks session The dlesboro whisky case whIch has bee I in court for three years was tried to the fourth time at this term result IIIg as in aU former trials In a hung jury assassinationnre n ships young wife and a man known as- Hyersea ColUIJs are under arrest llJankenshlp was shot to death as ha dept in his bed MoreheadArchfeFrant J 40 Kings Mountain was thrown from freight train here and falling across the track bad both legs and one arm cUt oft Two hours later he died fro ni his Injuies He was a brother in laI f of SherlT McCarty of Lincoln c ln ty area leaves a wife and seven chi dun t a4v r aame flLegWell 1i I l irishto- AS that I IIISloans used Lini on a that has given me much trouble lor six months It was so bad that I couldnt walksometimes for at week I tried doctors medicine rind had a rubber bandage for my leg and bought everything that I beard of but they All did me no good until atlast I was persuaded to try Sloan LinIment The first application helped it and in two weeks my leg was we1JA 1HUNTER of Hunter Ala Good for Athletes Mr KGILMAN lnstruetor of athletics 417 Warren St Box bury Mass says leI have us- edSLOANS LINIMENT with great success in cues of ex treme fatigue after physical exec tion when an ordinary rubdown would not make any imPressioa Sloans Liniment has nO equal as a remedy for Rheu malismN eural- gia or any pain or stiffness in the muscles or joints ilss 5Oo1OQ8- 1oaas beak es- borses cattle keep- adJlto1l1trj seat- free AldreH Dr Earl d Sloan etta ass V I A UNCLE CALHOUN SPOKE OUT Answer No Doubt Truthful but blNeMeans What the Orator Desired Booker T WashlngtO oncont3mtuli f ted bya New York reporter on success he has made of his life Bailt with a smile I suppose I must be modest and doewith my progress or otherwIse Ill be- n Senator Dashs shoesvSenator Dash ot Tallapoosa prided himself on life the from the bottom for Senator Dash in hIs youth ha cotton fields- Boasting ata political meeting about his rIse the senator singled ojIt Uncle Calhoun Webster among his audience and said I seo before me old Calhoun Web start- beside whom in the broiling southern sun I toiled day after day Now ladles and gentlemen I Appeal to Uncle Calhoun Tell us all uncle was I or was I not a good man is the cotton field l Yo wuz a good man senatah the aged negro replied yo wuz w good man foa tack but yo sutny didnt work much All In Good Time Venyear014 William had beema the proud owner of a pet plgan listed upon having all the care fithimself After a few weeks as the pig did not seem to thrive hl father said to 111mrWilliam Im afraid you are not feeding your pig enough It does not seem to be fattening at aU I dont want him to fatten yet William replied knowingly Tmwait- ing until he gets to be as long as want him then Ill begin towlden1Dl- moutnTItBlts r- At the County Fair VisitorAnd so that is what they PatagoniaWhatZoo AttendantWUdoats Women seem to live faster than flirtro iiwith the daughter of the woman he f came near marrying Dont Ar nA single dish of Post Toasties with sugar and cream tells ofthe storywhole The Me10I14 d LinSeraf postnssOenal Cesepanr111- BWe 0reir Y1 xekrtipv i HUirIO il IN THESE VERDICTS Quaint Ideas and Exprestlon Re reeNed as Having seen Renrred by Conns Jurtcs Referring to a Yerd1et recently glyen by a coroners jury that death was caused by the medical evidence the British Medical Journal says That verdict may be added to those sited in the report of the select committee on death certification where Dr Ogle is quoted as saying One Terdict came before me a little time ago which was this A man died from stone In the kidney ch stone he wallowed when lyinon a gravel path in a state of drunkenness That was given as a verdict I thought some joke had Geen played and wrote down about it and found it was an absolute fact Another one is like this Child three months o1d found dead but no evidence whether bornalive These novel judgments re call that an upstate newspaper not long ago spoke of taking a murdered mans postmortem statement Kidding Worse Than Cutting Talk about making good with your friends a New Orleans man told everybody he knew that he was going to Philadelphia for the dual purpose of seeing the worlds baseball series and havinga slight surgical operation performed Reaching this city h- eJ consulted a specialist and was told thatAn operation was not necessry But doctor the New Orleans party urgently interposed it must be done Why must it wonderingly quer led the surgeon Because was the startling rejoinder of the southern man I told all the boys at home that I was going to have an operation performed and if I dont make good they will kid the life out of mePhilaiielphfa Telegraph You Can Rely on Resifg1 to Do Its Work Quickly and Perfectly have been troubled with dry Eo aema for several months and have tried many different remedies but I lave gotten more relief and better re cults with two applications of Uirgt- Rlsinol than all other remedies Will gladly recommend it whenever and wherever I can A EHatch DDS Cleveland Ohio d Mixing His Dates Thereis a stcry of a man who wad ao transported with joy as he stoodd- up at the altar rail to be married that his thoughts reverted to a day when he stood up at the prisoners bar in a court of justice to plead guilty or not guilty to a criminal charge So powerfully did that the most painful event of his life obtrude itself upon his mind that when the clergyman put the question Wilt thou have this woman to be thy wedded wife and so on the poor distracted bridegroom answered with startling distinctness Not guilty so help me QodFrom Tuckermans Personal Recollections Scant Pasturage I am afraid that moths will get into my bathing suit said Maude It would be a shame replied May mfe The poor things would starve to death ANOTHER BUMP FOK GENIU8 k L11L r The Amateur PoetWhatever I do I do with my wholesoul His Wife sadlyI know you dear but it would be such a help youd give it up and do things wi th our hands HEALTH AND INCOME ldoth Kept Up on Scientific Food Good sturdy health helps one a to- to t make money With the loss of health ones meow- le e liable to shrink if not entirel y dwindle away When a young lady has to make r own living good health is her hee t asset 1 ate alone in the world writes i Chicago girl dependent on my ow efforts for my living I am a and about two years ago through clos application to work and a boarding invalidimpossi ple for me to stay in the offic a half day at a time A friend suggested to me the ide- of a trying GrapeN its food which I did making it a large part of at least tw o meals a day- Today I am free from braintire dyspepsia and all the ille of overworked and Improperly nourishe d brain and body To GrapeNuts I owe the recovery of my health an I the ability to retain my position an income Read The Road to Wellville- pkgs Ii Theres a Reason fiver rest the abeue letter A a- 1m e appears gran tine to t1re The lknn6atrP THE STATE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS t GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY CAPITAL AIR The New Building Is Supplied With Filtered Atmosphere FrankfortFiltered air rid of alt npurlties such as dust and smoke is all that is breathed by the state officials and employes and visitors to the capitol Ordinary air is not good enough so the air is taken from the outside and drawn through a curtai- of n runnings water before it is heated and admitted to the building This fact Is known to only those who have investigated the new capitol thoroughly for the apparatus which cleanses the air is hidden iu the top andbase went of the big building By an arrangement of the big fans driven by electric cotors the air is drawn from theoutsideInto a small room where it can be slightly tern tiered If the weather is very cold which it Is forced throdgh a doubl spray of running water Tie catches dust and other Impurities an the air after passing through the said to be as pure as it can b made Back of the spray are the heat ing coils where the air is heated minter before admission to the build i ng Oils of these cleaning plantsis located on the floor of the building The air is forced down chimney to the first floor and distrib nisi through ventilators Another air cleaner is in the base went This fa much larger than the other and supplied a larger numbe- of r offices with clean warm air Fecevisitors are allowed to see the insid e workings of the air cleaning plants as they are hard to reach and it takes too much time to show peopl e through In the basement one can qee ho w the heatcontrolliig instruments called thermostats work They are controlled by compressed air and when the heat In any room reaches a certain point the steam is cut off and thhsupply of warm air ceases automat The compressed airalso open t ventilator and lets in cool air he heat gets too high in any room A pump which goes off automatically and starts to work when the air pressure in a tank falls to a certain point is also an interesting part o the machinery in the basement Quarrel Over Property Trenton As a sequel to a quarre over the diVision of an estate Morn s Banks 25 years old a member of prominent Todd county family It chitrgedshot s and instantly killed his auM Dirs Carney Sebree 55 whll- shb e was sitting in her buggy in fron- of t the postoffice He used a doubl- barreled shotgun firing both loads int the womansbody Then drawing revolver he dashed through a crow of excited citizens and escaped Iie was arrested late- rSomersetIt is reported that th Queen Crescent railroad is going t locate their immense car repair shop sH in this city General Manager Horace Baker and other officials have bee n in the city several times this month and have surveyed the grounds Th car shops would add about three hu- dred men to the railroad payroll i thin city There are now employ here about 600 men in the Ferguso shupsMt SterlingWilliam York wh o was shet Jeffersonville election day by Lloyd Willoughby died as a resin b- of the wound Before dying he gav te to his statement on his dying bed to th e effect that there had been no quarre thaft the shooting was without cause Wil lonihby is held on the charge of mti- deldel r LtiuisvilloDr Edgar W Stokes ha file suitIn the Jefferson circuit tour aganst the Louisville Railway Co fo 150000 damages for malicious pros ecution DrStokos recently a a quitted of the charge of conspiring t defraud the railway coupany in a damage suit burnead watchend TheP is Leitchfield Walter Bruce a youn g fatalleshot the back by Henry ZVillis a negro while mail shooting near here Louisville William Houston Ae w man aged80 years philanthropist an d retired financier died here tonight He was the son of Josiah Newman a wellknown Carolinian and one of Kentuckys earliest settlers and ulr t builders r LoufsvllleA committee from thi S city which felted Washington to re quest a census renumeratlon took a list of names Nhichva8 ehargedia d riot been in the original count but found that in every instance the o er mentioned had been included CUMBERLANb1MPROVEMENT b oard United States Engineers Hears ArgumentsFor Dam BurnsideA committee of three of the board of engineers for rivers and harbors of dhe JTnited States ghv e a public hearing here A larger and en thusiastio audience was present from the upper Cumberland counties 0 H Waddle of Somerset presided The subjects for consideration were fife building of lock No 20 fortyflue rapes below here and fifteen miles below lock No 21 and the improvement of the upper Cumberlanfl river generally and whether or not the increased ton nape of freight by reason of the locks and dams would justify the expense locksl B 3icCreary first spoke He said after having rep the Kentucky river district in the house for twelve years and having lived to see the Kentucky river locked and dammed to its source Three Forks he knew there was nothing that developed a country so- uchm as the navigation of its srteams- eH said that after a river was taken over by the government to improve the government was obligated b complete it He said it was nothing but equity tba t the Cumberland river be locked and dammed by the govern men Congressman D C Ednmds of the Eleventh district speaking of the toil Wage along the river said flue board reporterdeon upper tondnage was constructnethe tonnage of commerce would increase tenfold immediately upon corn pletionof thee river iimprorements MILLIONS WILL BE SPENT One of the Largest Caking Coal Plants To Be Built in Letcher County ZVhitesburgBepresbntatives o the Consolidation Coal Co a con rnnhich recently arcquired 00000 acres of coking coal lands in Eastern K entucky makes the announcement that they will begin within the next femonths one of the largest cokin coal planets in the entire South Th e enact location of the plant has not been determined and ft will be eithe on Booties Fork or the head of the Elkhorn near the center of the main coall field Thousands of hands will o employed in opening mines an d constructing miners houses from th will dev9lepatemtsfThe Chesapeake Ohio railroad decided to build onto the property dL tance of about twentyfive while the i thfsouth up thenarth fork of the Kentucky river bo Ii lines oi whch will give ample shipping connections Ot- hder concerns have acquired large holdings all of whiah will be develops within the next twelve months C3 nthianaFormer Mayor Felix Ashbrook died at his home here suddenly Uf neuralgia of the hear bestedistillers In Central Kentucky He serve four telins as mayor 0- 1CYnthiana 17 years in all and was member of thee council for a numbe- of years He was aged 48 years Batemanethis titY chairman of the Gen John Morgan monument committee of th- nited e U Daughters of the Confeder acv has returned from the national convention of the U I C at Little tehe 11etis the t a beenthnQl200 of the entire find to pay fo nthemonument remains to be raised Bcstiyubdc The charge of murde r against Clay Crawford nephew of Judge games Hargis was illsmisse- y d the commonwealths attorney after jtiiy liad been sworn to try Crav ford and Elisha Johnsen for the kill ing of Dines Crawford the former s cousin The jury had just been ob gained when the charges against Crawford were dismissed and th e trialaf Johnson proceeded 1Jexinton Charges of profc slon alien arjalnst a member of the Contra inellrwere by the Kentucky intercollegiate Ath thce netting it was announced that both players had basil found to he eligible The question o class s attding wa 4 referred track to the authorities at Central I elttddlesboro1ov J G Drownin was sortously Injured by a fallin g shed lie has preached iu the moon twin districts for 25 years FranlctortcGrovcr Landis right rnt will be as goad as ever He broke ft while catching for the Cleveland tea m but it is notiv out of the sling FrankfortScabies in the sheep a s disease fast dis ippearing In Ke n tacky So far Commissioner o Agriculture Rankin has received vatice from those who investigated the ma- er t that scabies is found in but 3 counties ColumbiaJiarvln the 8 year old son oLSawney Mills fell irutnawagoI to which he was driving and was ru oyes dying shortlyuEter iesing4cntrfaniz tion of patrol of BoyScouts of gmerica has begu n INSANtCRiMINALB M iii e c of State 1aoard oftControl Expresses Opinion FrankfortThat at least 40 percent of the convicts ii the state pent tentiaries are insane is the belief Dr T W Gardiner of Hopkinsville- a member of the state board of contro- of charitable institutions He made this statement during ti recent meet lag of the board in Frankfort The subject was brought up by a discussion of the fate of Theodore Nichols a negro wife murderer sent to the penitentiary from Louisville He was kept In the penitentiary for a time and then was declared insane and sent to the asylum at Lexington He escaped from that institution shortly after being put there and nothing has been heard of him since Dr Gardiner does not take the position that the insane criminals should be confined in a lunatic asylum however He believes that they are where they belong when they are in the penitentiary and thinks that they would be out of place in an asylum but he declares that they are defea tire mentally Insane criminals are not wanted anywhere The asylums say they have no place to confine the criminal who is insane and the penitentiary is not the place for an insane man The question of what to do with the criminal insane probably will be put to the legislature at its next session and that body will be asked to make some provision for the man who commits a crime while deprived of his reason The prison authorities say thatthe theSwant to have the care of them where they haYe no place in which they can be safely confined FOUGHT FIRE WITH SULPHUR LexingtonState Inspector of Mines C JrNorwood was notified that the fire which broke out at Stearns was under control and would be extinguished Assistant Mine Inspector Barr who left with the equipment for fighting fire in mines telephoned that as the shaft in the burning mine sloped upward the fire could not be apparatusghad to build brattices behind which fromrthe flames There was no loss of life but the loss to the property is not yet known aecounty and atenant- on his place named Cornelius were badly hurt by the premature discharge wasaand explosive was pre explodesmeneThey had just reached the opening when file charge exploded Ir Layson sintered a broken leg anda sprained ankle Cornelius was bruised but no bond were broken DanvilleTho distinction of beln the only woman exhibitor of saddle showtto a Kentucky woman Mrs J Tanker Lowndes of this city She has entered two famous Kenacompleteran array an mats such as never before have been assembled at any one similar exhibition Among them are Margarita General Castle mans celebrated fivegaited horse The only Chicago nomination in the class for saddle horses Js N aI Wards Billy Wn cornnwilledepend upon decision of the ma tJ whetherrJefferson Harp who was elected as councilman from the Fourth wand but whose residence was after the elec Lien found to be in the Third ward shall be seated The election commis gave Dir Harp a certificate 01 election the members holding tha1 their duties were simply to give the certificate to the one receiving the highest number of votes rCrab OrchardMore than 200 members of the National Fox Hunters association were here for the annual Bunt Judges appointed Master of hounds Roger D iVilliame Lextng ton judges T D Scott Camp Nel dson Ky Luther Nickerson Nicholas idle Ky Arch Walters Paint Lick Ky John T Doundade Farmington Mass The Derby was run with 42 entries NlcholasvilleThe first accident that has occurred In the construction railgore at High Bridge happcnedwhon Thos Bridges was killed while tandiriig- a piece of timber He lost his bal Wiles and fell Into thewater 250 Peet below In falling he etryck the stono tower on the Dlet cer county side and his neck was brolcen Louisv111eAll state witnesses who will testify in the trial of Joseph endltng accused o the murder of Alma Kellner except Mrs Diuena the flume Mo widow and Defeo tine Burke of San Francisco are here The trial begins November 28 LouisvilleRev John Charles flu lfer Diockrfilge formerly of St Pauls- nchurch has taken the Place of Rev Dr William H Vibbert who after serving as vicar c0 years of Trinity N Y rr GNIIICi iNlpllmlfNIgCIUiIIIIIOCIpp7N fan aI roa Time TableIr r TrainsSuny onl Dail Incoming 91 No43 No 41 Arrives at Srringtleld 835pm1140 a m st Arrives at Brdstawnr 740 1005 a m 606wArrives at Bardstown Junct n 655 855 5 L2 = Leaves Louisville 610 810 430 x Daily Sunfy only Daily Outgoing Trains No 42 No 0 No 44 Leaves SpTingfield inrMLeaves Bardstown 645 75R 300 Bar town Junctn 730 840 415 p m Arrives at Louisville 8 20 93 5 45 pm IbutIIIEI IRiR fileIGnNUI JlViaBlVli 6i ilJf EVERY BUSINESS MANRecognizes the importance of conducttng all business details by tel phone both local and long distance It is economy in saving of time tand money Unexcelled telephone service can be had over the lines of the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Comnany Long die= tance connections to all im ootant points in the United States rates reasonable service the best CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY incorporated F Trusty Practical DenistS- PRINGFIEZD IC UC KI Dental work atreasonable prices 4 work guaranteed Office over EavdQn Barber r B Insurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Flee and Accident JOHN V MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKy Best Attention Every courtsey shown Uandsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone flay 19 Night 74 DR b1 1V IIYAT- OFFICE OVER THE RED CROSSDRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS 1030 to 12 m 4 to 5 p m r MuddAP- RINGFIELD BENTuCXY orlicEovEa c Office Hours 8 to 9 A M1 to 2 P L- J N LAMPTON M D SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera House Office phone No 5 Residence No 38 The Sun and Times X45- I Q Post 35- I Herald 325 The Sun and CourlerournsL slip it tonic that Invigorates of and young For weak nervOua men and women Every bot ills guaranteed G- ett t TODAY DRnoAGs Salo ty HAYDON ROBERTSON o v TOY CELLS rANDlMrEsfyt tae aecaa5T1VCTira Te4e Tee Tae uses tea s7ST- fQUARANTEED TO IVE SAnS FACTION OR MONEY1tEFUNDf SOLD B- YHAYDON ROBERTSON h T SCOTT MAYES ATrYATLAW Springfield Ky WaehiegtoIpndadipaad sacral a W D CLAYBR0OK ATTYATLAWt Springfield Ky willpractice in the courts of Waehin rand adjoining counties and in the co ofA MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky Office in Robertson Building Will ractice In the courts of andajoiningcounties and3ncqurtofAppcala S M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER r- SpringfieldK r Crying of public sales Will o anywhere Terms reeeoa able Phone H M 11USSE- LLAUCTIONEER Lebanon Ky RE 3 Crying of public sales a specialty Caa cry eales anywhere cheaper than tl Phone 1 long 1 short Lebame Exchange Vhen you went nice f Engraved VISITING CARDS WEDDING INVITATIONS MONOGRAM PAPER s Etc call on 5hQ Springfield Sun First Class Work Reasonable Prices TS1Prize ere from Manufacturers Book on patents Hints to inventors Inventions needed Why some inventors fail Send rough sketch or model kr of Patent Office records Our Mr Greeley was for- Actinr Fsearch Commissioner of Patents and as such hadiullchar sct the U S patent office GREELEY M9INTIRE PATENT ATTORNEYSd WASHINGTON D C RS i r f 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 30 tgro L i y IINGFIELD sUN r Vj rmllYY1tKDJOIDAY RxYr I e- tt 01 f U JSqRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance off 1L SMITH liter athd Publisher r rMtat the potomce at SpnIWfield IIy for transmission through the is ag claw matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION r Ie ar Sn1IIEXeliYwlo 50y Tliresl Meett i ou 25 lSELLIN6 OFRED Sevtity CROSS STAMPS f rive Millions Will Be h ri fxhibitui for Sale lhrtstmasV t todayLtM Aeeociation for the Study 1 ails Preysptioo of Tuberculoeis sU itt tb December 1st not less wUJMYeIfartY different States of thecountry Frtr million seals have already be pritil and another large edition is be JredAgentl rders to da- tagrgate aU Of that amount and a con t l number have tyet stated t kingtthe ageeta who will be appOinted before I ceraber flit the prosPecto tor selling 1o0000000stamps which ithe goal tb atbas oset by the national work era are ext timely bright 9YM thirty State societies have or ic Mied the sale OIl an extensive bass amd ii t ten more States Red Cross ieat41 ReJQId in some places All told J SoPinC State city and Hbaceats an army of fully 5000 1Dwl1e and children will be en1- gaedan selling the bright Christmas ea for the prevention ffubercul- O818JpMi to sell the seals in the cor ttidora of all post offices has been grantSt- ad by Secretary Hitheock They will r also be OR sale in departmeststores hi- tls railway stations drugstores and A tMnda of other places ItARDINS ClAPEL k 7 Several from here attended the dance C v6bv Mr and Mrs Water Adams Monday night and report a most enjoyable tIme Themarriage ot RaY Logsdon to Miss- AnnieI Low Noe Of i3radfordsyille occurred at Springfield Wednesday atS oclock in the afternoon Rev Lawson fflciating The aide is a daughter of Mr Chat Noe of Bradfordsvtlle and is lone sf Its most popular young ladies while the groom is a son of Mrs Nellie Logsdoa and is a prosperous young- Sfarnier Mies Bessie Sweeney spent Wednes day and Thursday with Miss Hattie Loc I IM Margie and Nina Fenwick t Thursday afternoon with MiSs Hitt Mr and yrs Win Coyle were guests f MrsNeltie LogsdonWednesdav- The sandy Pullldg Rwen bYMien Ida gie Hiatt Thurs ey night was Well attended and all enjoyed themselves immensely Mr and Mrs Arthur Whit man spent Wednesday and Thursday with their parents at this place Miss Lola Fauth Was the guest o Miffs Maggie Hiatt Wednesday and Thursday John Noe and sIster Celestla hay returned to Bradfordsvtlle having spen accompaniedtie Logsdon Mr and Mrs Ray Logsdon spent Sat urdav and Sunday with their parents at- Hradford8viJle Those who dined with Mrs Silas- Logsdon Thursday were Mr and Mrs- Ray Logsdon John William Noe and sister Celestia Miss Bessie Sweeney Miss Hattie LoJtsdon and brother Walter Mrs Annie Hiatt and Mrs Bessi Coffeespent Saturday afternoon with Mrs T R Bi gley Many school children suffer from constipation which IS often the cause of seeming stupidity at lessons Chamberlains Stomachand LIver Tablets are an ideal medicine to give a child for they are mild and gentle in their effect t1pationSold SECU RITD LD EWE LD- ASPHALT J ar t jro ar- a i sixinchasphaltcement wee joint gives- you a continuous one Piece roofwithout a throughlt Made of natural mineral thebcstweather- projlnf known N CoalTarJ SOW BY George J mann MANUFACTURER OF HandMade Harness SPRING FIELDEKY I IlheAcmeMeat I Market JAS MORAN Jr Proprietor Successor to tieo Mullica- nTo My Friends and Customers I WISh tt say that I have had no little trouble in filling my Surday orders on Saturday evenings from the fact that Saturday is an unu u ally busy day and msst of the orders for Sunday are sent in late I therefore wish to ask youfor your benefit and my convenienceto kindly send jn your Sunday orders on Saturday afternoon that I may get them out before 50jclock I thank you in advance for so doing I will have a nice supply of PORK and COUNTRY SAU SAfE on hand for Thursday and Friday Also first class Beef Fish and Oysters Telephone your antsNo 87 y Begin the first of DecemberrightDo one thing you will not regret Begin your grocery and met business at The Acme Meat Market J earnestly solicit your liberal patronage JAS MORAN JrIkme your beet hides and aU Country Produce Will pay highest market prices It you have an extra good beef for sale phone me or send our Laundryfirstclass work Guaranteed ui T1 Burton RESIDENT DENTIST feetb Extra ted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work StrIctly First Kymoo NotestWANTEDCopies of the Saturday Evening Post from Oct 24 to Nov 22 inclusive Ed M Russell Katie Hertline Bro have cone toed their new Baery and now have one second tQnone in Kentucky they are now baking each day and always livef- resh bread sugared arid plain buns and fancy cakes of ever variety for aeof everything in the pastry line and furnish the trade with anything needed on short notice LosTIn the Mooresville neighbor hood on last Saturday a liver and white pointer bitch Imformation ppreciat ed HenryfC Royalty w R elecfnan Having purchased an interest In the firm of Cunningham Duncan I take this means of notifying my friends and patrons that I will be glad to see my friends and will grant them all the Tavore in my power Thanking you for Plist favors and soliciting your future patronage I beg to remain Sincerely yours 1I Wm H Wharton Born to the wife of Q B cunning barn Friday Nov 25 1910 a son MISS Gussie Nortman and Howald McAtee of Cincinnati were married at Newport last Wednesday Mr McAtee IS the son of Goo McAtee of DIU and is well known i1 Springfielrf1 b ping a nephew of Mrs Teresa Hagan- whom he frequently visits 1Mr Andrew t Pinkston and Miss Brtha Crouch ware married last Mon day evening at 6 oclock at the h e of Mr T JiTatum at Vally Hill The ceremoneywaa performed t5y Rev W A Wolfe pestcrot the Springfield Christi tn tihurch The young ciiupl e residents of the Wlllisburg comunity and are very oopular Yfi The Springfield Poultry Co has re dived a number of books on the raising of Standard Varieties of fulkey which they are going to distribute among the turkeys raisers of the coun ty They are valuable and If you want o e call at the Poultry house and get it free Frank Noe was the victim of a pain ful accIdent Thanksgiving day Mr Noe with several other young men was preparing to go to Lexington In Wi- lHigans automobdeaW Nt Noe Was cranking the machine just Defore the stsrtr when the ebadacted jerk inK the crank loose from bis grip Jt flew around before Mr Noe could remove his hand and struck hIs arm breaking the large bone in the wrist slightly above the wrIst bone Qf the right arm The injury was given immediate attentIon and the wounded member IS doing well It will be some tIme however before Mr Noe can use his right hand I NOTICE Tne Planters Loose Leaf Warehouse desires to announce to the tobacco growers that they will open th r L Leaf market on next Tue- sdaYDec6 1910 We invite the public to be present at our sales each day assuring them our best accommodations and the highest market price for their p oluct T Quisenberry Manager NOTICEBe it resolved and enacted t is 29th day of November 1910 that nJ Warehouse Co doing business under the rules of the Springfield Tobacco Association shall be permitted to offer or give any cash prize or premium in any kind of competItion Signed C H Phaup President Springfield Tobacco Assn We have a number of farms for sale at prices from 500 to2OOO Good tobacco farms stock farms alt kinds of farms See us for city property in Bardstown ORviLLE ARNOLD OR DR DEATS Bardstown Ky IBowlioK Alley Open Take a few minuts off and enjoy the healthful exercise The Ladiesof the Catholic church will serve court dinner in February Mound City paints may cost a little more but Mr Leo Haydon F tfirs1claas Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB lrEO G GOwwYrPt0P t ti + + + ii trr Qosit I SpecIaJ Sat tot LadiesTailoredSuitsIw For and Long Coats cktWe have on hand a vetlarge tow we will make extra Low Prices fittomake them go So ir you are in need ofa stylish Suitor Separate Colin + I now is your opportunity + 7 HOLIDAY LINENS IWe have just received a beautiful line of Lin rr Pieces fore the holiday trade You should see thesee before they are w picked over Reduced prices on Table Linens Napkins and Towels t Days SHOES tit We are showing the swellest line of LadlesShi ton t Leathert 1 Every department in our store is now prepared to 4meet your wants at the lowest prices and we cordially +fit invite you to Inspect same before buying i1he RORERTSONCLAYBROOKE cO7I f rtcoRPoRATED + + + ifitt SENSiBLE ADVICE Given to a Mt Sterling Kentuc1- ky Boy Recently intHis fathers Will =Most unique yet sensible and toucb1 it1g IS thlaat willarid t HenryS Wood a prominent resident of Mt Sterling Ky who died last week In his last will and testament Mr Wood first stated that he desired all of his just debts to be paId and the residuE of his property was bequeathed tobs wife with full power to adminis ter the estate without assistance of any court In the fourth clause o his wit Mr Wood says In reference to hIs wife If I am so unfortunate as to leave her but little of thIs worlds goods I nevertheless feel sure she will be taI ken care of and looked after by the Lodge of Elks and I trust she will con 1sultthe members thereof before invest l ilia any monehe may have tie Iknow they will advise her honestly and prop eely Kind words and good advice were left by the f1ter as a legacy to h18 son To hIm Mr Wood addressed himself m this remarkable last will and testament as follows I have tried as best I could to raise my boy Byron D Wood as It is Gods wIll a boy should be raised and I have the following to say to him Be honest everything1Keep ness political socIal no matter how it hurts Don epter into any dealof semI IfI1Y will never faiL Try as best ycu cat to Blot out of the ealgtidar of life that one eXlre lon Haas inhumanity to muff makes eountfeestboueands mourn At all tImes think of your mother and ask her advice and if Miss Anna Moss your Aunt Nannie should be living at my death ask her advice also Neither of them would tell you to do anything but the right thing See that neither of them shall ever want for anything if In your power to pre vent it Work unceasingly to gain the love and goodwill of your neighbors Stick to your friends always lay you always be an honor to them and to your anqIniY I want you to more than that to your mother Have her for your sweetheart always M WItT1l sluggIshbowelsBitt fir Iijtf s New Life ills expel i the system ope and courage cure air Liver Stomach and Kidney troubles impart health and ailing25c Craup is most prevalent during the day cold weather of the early wih ter months Parents of young children should be prepare for it All that is oICbaR1buJtljnPCough ithasall Druggists fl4ijITIjJi7I Iw E 4 RHEUMATISM ItloedBalstthouuncb of sufferers from Prleary Secondary or Tertiary 1oed 1olen a dall fjo a of Blend anc1 Skis D1ease Jtheumatltm and eieria We solicit the anilC nbIisate eases eMU B B ere- e ere all eise fails It lInashes and pain In Rnne task or Joints Mueui Patches la in itch 1075 Throat Pimp S3 Copper ColordgpoiL 8fIblisters or Opea luon JLIIB er 1 tin IkeR Arc- otppletely sakes theJood piej ehanpinS the entire HtU a eondltio eaere R soreorgimp and etapg stf all aches Ina and itching enrlll tl t worst asof Blood Poison ltheutsa- dtm or Ecxema- I BOTINIC BLOOD LM B B Pleatpt and 801 tAke oo ptJWia p ingnedWn purifies and a rlehea the Jtr1JUkSrttlnR BLOUti L CAAMlI Os a Sold by H YDON WIL ETL TIlE SPRINGFIELD t LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO WAREHOUSE One ofthe LARGEST and BEST LIGHTED Houses inlien tucky wIll be ready and open for the sale of Tobacco t = THURSDAY DEC 1st 1910 THE SPRINGFIELD is new and uptodate and will extend to its patrons every attention andxaccommodation and guarantees Highest Possible Prices for every Piece of tobacco placed oitsfloor The house is under the management of warehousemen of long experience and proven abibty who will see that your interest is protected Sales begin Thursday Dec 1st and continue daily thereafter Bring your tobacco to The Springfield where you will always get the rlad hand frost + each member of the firm You will not only sell your own tobacco well but you will be helpINg 10 make SP rin field one of the bIt markets of the State i HighOradeSewing MRehine t At 19 20 and 2 50riAGENTS PRICE 50 and 60 L Ed M Russell4 Springfield ky e e Ile e Ie Ie el r 2 1 rf i I fi THEu SPRINGFIELD SUN WEpNBSDAY OVEMeER30 1910 1 r d t 1 srjj JaO kMCJ s irTiht Heat r r frDoes theWork 3 fa Furnacel BuiltLon an entirely dif- ferentr principle than others Heats by circulation instead of radiation One Moores Air Tight Heater will heat your entire houseup stairs and dOWn dkeep every floor as warm as though you had a temperatured Saves Over JfYour Coal BiD Moores Air TIght Idfeater burns hard coal or the cheapest kind ot slack and can be run at less than half the cost of other heaters hecarboDInthe fuel last longer There are no clinkers and no cinders The Dust Flue takes all the dustraw JtJl pArfs are tid and tlt 1 asbeslpreventingthe floor and fuxnttureexpands and contracts with the heat ftromtighttfromIng pan times The Handsomest and Handiest Heater Ever Made verylte a process T knoWn Only to the House of Moore None of the po hedparts comes In dlrect contact with the fIre The pol lMrtsh cant burn ottoone polishing keeps the stove like new for a whole yearThe Air Tight Draft Control en ables you to hold a tire from 24 to 48 hours FIre never goes out over night and Is always under perfect control I SUULTl CLEAEVR Springfield Ky1 ILTheJEFF D COOME- SL Farm For Sale r will sell at public auction at the Court House iit Bardstown If DA Y DECK 12 1910i 1 A very valuable small farm situated about 2 miles East t of Bards town near the Springfield turnpike This farm has on it a good dwelling barnand all outbuildings and several neVerfailinr springs The soil is as good as any land in the nounY and nearly all clea- rerr iidprp if red for cultivationfrImmedlate possession can be given of rt TERMS i 11 and 18 months p fC W T SPALDING M CN C C Itlryl Frm forSale to i A fineNtlson CQU1 tv Farm Of22S acres on pike 2 mites South ofl red ricktown suitable for corn tobacco wheat or oats and is 11 splendid stock farm running water in every field This farm ha been used sa stock farm for the last to years and all cleared lan 1s in grass except go- r acres with 25 of that sown in wheat There is 5oacresoi fine timber A two story toTOOm house with large cellar fiit fthb 1iand cistern at door Stable with 14 roomy box stalls water instable a large tobacco or stock barn and all other necess arv titbuildings Tenant house 3 acres fine young orchard 3 acr- eofafal Tel phone and Rural Route Possession given Jan tom t if sold immediately Price 4ooo per acre DICKERSONBROSJt r d no3 Bardstown Ky rr1 ft oOrtiiiODOOOeOetltiOOSO OeO OOOQOOOOOt JJ4Nrk MAs PRESENTS- I o r 0 At Haydon Willetts 0 0 j 2 Before you buy your Christmas J Presents make a visit to our store and nthe Iiz see the many things we have for you- I to select from sOoOeoGOOifOOiOaOeOOCOOC COOOO f COiifi r r f Jf 10 11 Pubc SaeAs Executrix of the estate of Mrs Malindi Thompson I vJiU offer for i tfl6saletoo the highest bidder on the premises two miles from St Maryon Raywick and Springfield road ON THURSDAY DEC Ist1910 Linning a t1 oclock p m FARM OF 218 ACRES a4 The farm is in a high state of cultivation and splendidly watered It is well located being near both school and church It has on it a good g 8room dwelling barn and all necessary outbuildings It also has on it agood tenant house The farm wilt be offered as a whole and also in three different tracts and sold in the manner it brings the most money Also at the same time I will sell 34a acres of landadjoining my mothers place Will also sell the following personal property 3 good brood mares l six years old 1 sight years old and 1 aged the 8 year old mare being a good family mare and extra gentle 2 mule colts l good milk cow 1 heifer calf sow and 9 pigs corn hay and oats TERMSOn real estate onethird cash balance in 1 2 and 3 years wtl lien to secure deferred payments On personalitY sums of 10 and tti r cash over that amount tour months bankable note with interest Miss Annie i 1homp5o Executrix Malinda Thompson Estate ot Stop In and let us show you the secret of our Open Rococo Casing and many other features we havent room here to explain Let us prove to you that one ot these heaters will replace two or even three others and do better work than all combined MAKE MORE 6pob CIDER large Amount of Mor y fns Every Year by the tarmersSl Through Indifference The amount of money lost by farmers every year through lack of interest or- to knowledge of the means to dispose of unmarketable apples has never bee That is one of the bi dwastes on pverv farm where many a lire grown and where commercial uit raising If made the main feature the term a Even the orchardist who IS In the Qusiness asa specialist must suffer more or less In tiffs cult As 95 per cent of ripe appleS is joiegwhich stirs for good prices either to s natural State or as vinegar it pays biJt squeeze out this product through a press instead of allowing It to go to waste There are many kinds of cider presses but an hydraulic machine extracts very last possIble drop of juice to sLThe first advantage gained by work ing up unmarketable fruit into cider i it into a andjsto crop into a marketable comodity which would otherwise be wasted and lost The cost the time and labor of working up several hundred bushels apples into cider is only ominal compared with the value of the cidt r self if properly handled Apples th have been bruised in handling are im perfectly developed too small and gnarled apples which would not be worth the cost of Packing can be ut lized in this manner and the orchdrdists revenue largely enhanced The mar of successful financial enterprises me as applicable to the biiaui es of a pre t1 orchardist as to any other litle things must not te overlooked by products inust be utilized frc m them IS derived much of the profitE POSTED f o The under i ncd hereby give to all persons not to trespass upon o lands for any purpose whatever se we will prosecute all offends to fullest extent of the ln v Hunters will aspsc ially take notice No favors shown S M PHILLIPPSrr f nQ2- P ARltOTTI OS 2 miles E of town R L BRADY r f d no 8 G W COCANOUGHiRr f d no 4 G J HAYOON City P S BARBEItr f d no 1 T A GRUNDY rf d no GRUNDY ORPHANS HOME H B WATERS r t d no 4 W G GRUNDY r fd no 1 JOHN t3ASELMULICAN r Id no 1 MRS J W KELLY JOHN Y MAY S MRS SUE KNOfTr f d no 4 JOHN F SIMMS B W NEIKIRK r t d No4 Farm for Sale Containing aMtut 100 acres 46 acv esth in grass S or 10 in timber never fa- ing water frame dcyelling good barn 1 mile from railroad convenient to school church EooFor further i n forntatlon call on Dr E L McINTYRE WOODLAWNK y F w VsTAI1ARD i D D S SPRINGFIRLD KY PHONE 72 TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT jT 1IIf DsnAer Done ln this office is first andlastasISOver McElroy Shaders Orocerymil QOOOOOOOOOODO QJJll ersonal Notes i2 do0So Personal News 0 OQOOOOOOOOQO =W D Claybrooke left Monday night for New Hope Ala to spend the winter with his wife Rev P F Hennessy has been visit ng his parents in Baltimore during the last week Postmaster W A Waters was in Bardstown yesterday I Mr and Mrs W H Cleveland and Mr John L Offutt of BloQintie1tt and Mr and Mrs J D Turner o Lexington were called here last week by the death of Mr Jas R Claybrooke Mrs Gilbert Carp nter and Marv Tonge have retutned home after a via it to relatives hi Louisville Mr J C Greene was the guest of friends in Touisyille last week Mrs Hood Cunningham spent the latter part of the week in LoUIsville Wr and Mrs F C Peters were the guest ot relatives m Lebanon last week HattietThanksgiving at home Miss Minnie Blandford will leave sp Saturday for a visit to her parents incu Louisville If Miss May E Mayes has returned SayreCoUeJteaft spending THanks givinia home Burnellg last 1isBThanksgIving here =bits Lynne Bush left caturdav for visit to her parents at Terra Haute iInd Miss Isabel Medley sarhoolgat Nazareth iving hares BodineIMrs imIIayes the guest ot G D 3isheiebanon after s visit to their aunt ti- Jlrl W T Leachman ti 1afSeMrs Pius Whaten Jr of Bards f3 town is the guest of her parents Mr fit Simmsof f3 tatis the guest of Miss Margaret Hagan Judge and Mrs 1 H Thurman are at HenderSonviUe N C Joe Phillips or Lebanon spent mscounty court hay hero Sj r rn rarNttrt of lnuisvIl t 1W called hereSatura byjtie deaf Marattaall h1 S M Campbell spent lhl first week to Louisville Mr J A Mudd who was formed v the L Nagent at this place but who now lives in Chicago spent sev Mudura is now a prosperous man of the windy city c U Robertson visited his son Dudley in Lexington Thanksgiying and took in the foot ball game Miss Sallie Bosley and LOltan Boa ley of Lebanon attended the funeral ot Miss Annie Maratta Sunday Robert Mayes spent Thanksgiyin with his parents Mr and Mrs T S Mayes Wallace C Duncan has eturned to school 1 Lexington Cosmopolitan Magazine This standard magazine the inns popular and best of all magazines i United States can be obtained i Washington counter by addressing SAM J ALLEN Local Representative rSun office Springfield Siibscriptioa Rate109 per year Agents wanted for Texas ackvl1le- Wi11is U and Valley Hill Very liberal inducements offered 4t 1 rl LEACHMANJ r i CAMPBELLSSuggestions Gifts We have a full line of everything mentioned below and invite your insrection before buying 7 A nice Leather Davenport from IhYfcto i10 U X591ChinaU Dining Table tom j T 500 to IC tJJ rSet of Chairs Six from wUr l 450 to 20 o UBed Room SUite three Piecesfrom 2200to 75Cj Brass Bed 1100 to 2000- Iron Bed l 250 to 2fO UHall Rack 360 to 2500 rt Odd Chair 2 00 to 20 00 Rocker Mahogany or 03k 200to20 00- II MorrisChatr 12 50 to 2600 II Ladies Dressing Table tT 1000 to 2000 Pedestal i 350 to 1006 rrFolding Bed 1500 to500 1r f It Library or Parlor Table 1o0 t0P 2000 jBookCase iooo to 2500 Picture 76 to106Q UR g 2 QOt 500I Line of Clilldrep s Goods Rockets Straight ChairsHigh Chairs andCombtritition Cbalts 100 to 5100 We are better prep re l this season than ever to supply your wants aPd without any advance in price Come in 1d see for yeorself Respectfully Leacbrnan Campbell h = r = WASH tHAT ITCH AWAY ltjs said that there are certain rings m Europe that give relief and to Eczema and other skin diseases you knew that by washing in these waters you could be relieved from that awful itch wouldnt you make every effort to take a trip to Europe at once1 Would you not be willing to spepd your cent to find the curt Hut you need not leave home for HItIII111IIIII1 It = = TIrTT these distont springs Rlief wirhere in your own home town A simple wash of Oil of Winter Thymol rind other ingredients pounded only in D D D Preserpto will bring tastantrief to that terrible burning itch and leave Ut kin emootb and healthy as thkt of a child If have not already tr1 tat least a 25 coot bottle totIay- assur you of insfant e MAYDON I iiBUT tH iitiiIIMH i Absolute Sale c F- oif MiIImeryBusmess To Close Out My Millinery BIusnesp all goods in my store are ntwFor Sale at Less Than Cost thanHalfiat your owi price All Trimmings Velvetsk Feathers Wins Flowers etcfO in this Bargain ClosiJtOut Sae S Miss Willie Knott 4 i t vr New Fresh Line of Everything Re 4uired to bake YourCakes Fruits CytroR Lemom Peeling Raisons Orange Peeling Currents Shelled Nuts Spices And Everything Needed For Your Fruit Cakes and Candy All these necessttIesfor your cakes are absolutely Fresh We bought them a little late this year in order to avoid the cold storage tnerefore giving our customers THE BESTr tMIKinds of Buns and Fancy Cakes Baked Today KATIE HERTLEIN BRO Fresh Oysters Received Every Other ight rV Ipy JL4r i J r L t iTw travIlne I ct j J1there I anything gets oit ot ilite quicker than a worn sas batt VI 14 st1 a ktt1eshlx AftEVOU THE MAN We want an honest arnbttl us iqrk 81 ill your yicInityas DliJrct Agent for HealthAccident propo1t1on month- lY preMium plan Most pdptilar offering on market Our officers are experience practical insurance men Liberal agency contract falf treatment and prompt claim Mettlements Write for HmpJ policy stating experience and territory deaired Addre88 Federal CuuaIty Company Detroit 1UcIL Youthful Wisdom iatker WhY did my little boy send acapltaliwraway Little SonBecaijse I thought youd- go around among your friends with It and say liMy boy ls Only tour years old ad just see the capital letter h- ewriteaJudgo 1CThe WinnIng Candidate Two candldah for the same office came Into a certain town one day The one called at a house where a lit tIe girl cam to the door Said be- Slssie will you please brIng me a glass of water Having brought the andak84DidliTe ou candy Yes sir Then ie gave her a nickel and said Did he give you moneyYes sir he gave me ten cents Then picking herup he kissed her and said Did JieJd youuYes sir and he tissed- arnna too UNSIGHTLY COMPLEXIONS The nitant use of Cutlcur Soap pI14td bY Cutlcura Ointment for t 1let bath and nursery purpQ6ell not 4IalT ptNtlrTe purifies and beautifies theskIa scalp hair and4ands and andCIQcitncofca of pimplY bla kheads redn ss n4roaghneee 7Uo1 oily mothy and otr unwholeeoine conditions of the co plexion and kfiLJJlwho delight acla skin soft wIiite hNlds el wholaome scalpind 1ivelos- hair Will find Cuticura Soap mostsue ceHf1 in realizing every expectattnn- CWfeur Soap and Olntmnt are ad altbly adapted to prerve the health of the skin and ca1p of ins tant and children and to prevent aJnorblemlahe or inherited skin hu Rors becomIng chronic and ma be used from the hour of birth Cutl3ura- Remedlm are sold throughout the clv ilized world Send to Potter Drug Ckem Corp sole proprietors Boston for their free Cutioura book 32 lages f biva1 able advice on care and trQltJ sent of the akin scalp and htW NO TIME TO LOSE d7YY4TJ I J IIf514 j a 1 BugHey Walt a minute Mra 11all Mrs SnailI cant stoP now I am going to town to do some Christmas shopping and Its November now tACH MISERY VANISHES indigestion Gas Sourness and Dys pepsla Go and Your Stomach Feels Fine In Five Minutes If your meals dont tempt you or what little you do eat seems to fill you of lays like a lump of lead In yoUr stomach or jf you have heart burn or a sick sour upset or gassy Indigestioniskyour case ofPapes Diapepsin and take a Uttlejust as soon as you can There wilt be no sour risings no belching of undigested food mixed with acid no stomach ga or heartburn fullness orheavy feeling In the stomach Nau sea Debilitating Headaches Dizzi ness or Intestinal griping Thl will aUgoand besides there will be no undIgested food left over In the stomach to poison your breath wIth nause- ou odors Papes Dlapepsln Is certain cure for outoforder stomachs because It pre vents fermentation and takes hold of your J 5d and dIgest it just the same as If your stoma h wasnt there Relief in five mInutes from all stomach misery is waIting for you at any t drug store hero In town aThese large 50cent eases of Papes- Diapepsin contain more than sufficient to thoroughly curE any case of pys 7oihrtl j Had seen Done I vtaw such a versatile mu- l can do anything- WbY atop at anyth1ng ettJt Eye StRive for 25o R3ieyes tiredcongested inflamed and Mn eyes quickly stops eye achesAll wegit or Howard Bms Buffw N Y I How would you like an unbossed ud iobbyieu lekislature for a change l iii I1jtFIYODJ 1 I cwII r HzUJ1ne4TjoNIllI 1AF7TXR1aeJxz ecwpJdA 8VNOPSI8 toPJBronson case to get thedeposlfion of John homeherIrt whom the millionaire explains Is his Blakeleytobuy tenlieInlowermissing The man In lower ten Is found placesbothbad exchanged clothes With him under becomesInterested theburningplacelorson West his partners sweetheart Her ShepropsLi pocket Blakeley returns homee ftlds that he Is under surveillance CHAPTER XIV The Trap Door sy Sunday evening a week after the wrecK my forced inaction had gdaded me tO frenzy The yery sight of Johnson across the str et or lurk lag aiwayg within sight of the house kept me constantly exasperated Itwas on that day that things began to come to a focus a burnlngglass of events that seemed to center on me I dined alone that evening In no cheerful frame of mind There had been a polo game the day b fore and I had lent a pony which Js always a bad thing to do And she had wrench ed her shoulder besides helping to lose the game There was no one In town the temperature was 90 and climbing and my left hand persistent Ly cramped under its bhndage Mrs Kl pton herself saw me served my bread bpttered and cut in tidbits my meat ready for my fork She hovered around m materna11y obviously trYing to cheer ril e The paper says still warmer she ventured The thermometer Is 92 now And this coffee Is 250 Isaid put ting down my cup Wher JsEup- hem1a I havent seen her around or heard a dish smash aU day Euphemia Is in bed Mrs Klopton said graxely Ili your meat cut small enough Mr Lawrence Mrs KloP ton can throw more mystery into an ordinary sentence than anyone I know She can say Are your sheets damp sIr And I can tell from her tone that the house across the street has been robbed or that my left hand neighbor has appezidlcitis So now I lookeduP antI asked the question she WS waiting for Whats the matter with Euphe mia 1 I Inquire44diy Frightened into her bed Mrs KIopton said In a stage whisper Shes had threehot water bottles and she hasnt done a thing all day but moan She oughtnt to take hot water bottles I said In my severest tone One would make me moan You need not wait Ill ring it I need anything Irs Klopton sailed to the door where she stopped and wheeled Indig nantly I only hope you wont laugh on the wrong side ot your lace me- mornng Mr Lawrence she declared with Christian fortitude But I warn you I am going to have the police watclftat house next door I was halt inclined to tell her that both It and we were under police surveillance at that moment But I like Mrs KloptQn In spite ot the fact that I make her Ute a torment for her so I refrained Last night when the paper said it was going to storm I sent Euphemia to the roof to brIng the rugs In Eliza had slipped put although It was her evening In Euphemla went up to the ruofit was 11 oclockand soon I heard her running downstairs crying When she got to my room she just folded up on the tloor She said there was a black figure sittIng on the para pet of the house next doorthe empty hoUseand that when she appeared it rose and waved long black arms at her and spIt like a cat I had finished my dinnQr and wu lighting a cigarette It there was anyone up there which I doubt they probably sneezed I suggest d But it you feel uneany Ill take a look around the root tonight before I turn In As far as Euphemla goes I wouldnt be utieasy about herdoesnt she always have an atUlck ot some sort when Eliza rings In an extra ovening on her SbI made a superficial examination ot the window locks that night visit Lag parts of the house that I had not iQen since I bought It Then I went to the roof Evidently it had not been Intended for any purpose save to cover the house for unlike the houses around there was no staircase A ladder and a trapdoor led to It and it required some nice balancing on y part to get up with my useless arm I made It however and found this uneplored part ot my domain rather attractive It was cooler than c1ownstairs and I sat on the brick parapet and smoked my final cigarette The roofof the empty house adjoined wine along the back wing but hives Ligation showed that the ICros the low dividing trapdoorI ed1Jndern t Jt ThIjt4iJ Was nothing out of the or dlnar anYWhere and so I assured Mrs Klo ton Neadless to say I did not tell her that I had left the trap Improvetheto bed at ruidnlght merely because there was nothing else to do I turned mybedthetIan17 that I was a good bit of a chocolate preparedtoto sleep I have no apologies to make for what occurred that night and not even an explanatloll that I am sure of I did a fQoUsh thing under Impulse and I have not been sorry It was something after two when the doorbell rang It rang quickly twice I got up drowsIJr for the maids and Mrs Klopton always lock themselves beyond reach of the bell at night and put Ctn It dressIng gown The ben rang agal1 on my way down stairs I Ut the hall light and opened the door I was wide wake now and I saw that It was Johnson His bald head shone In the llghthls crooked mouth was twisted In a smile Good heavens man I said irritably Dont you ever go home and go to bed 1 He closed tile vestibule door behind him and cavalierly turned out the lights Our dialogue wassharp staccato Have you a key to the empty hous next door he demanded Some bodys in there and the latch Is caught The houses are alike The key to this door may fit DJd you see them go In uNo Theresa light moving up from room to room i saw something like it last night and I have been watching The patrolman reported queer doings there a week or so ago A light I exclaimed Do you mmn that you Very likely he said grimly Have you arevolver AU kinds in the gun rack I replied and going Into the den I came back with a Smith and Wesson urm not much use I explained with this arm but Ill do what I can There may be somebody there The serv ants here have been uneasyr Johnson planned the campaign He suggested on account ot my familiar ty with the roof that I go there and cut off escape In that direction I have Robison out there nowtpe patrolman on the beat he said Hell watch below and you above while 1 search the house Be as quiet as pos sible I was rather amusedI put on some clothes and felt mt way carefully up the stairs the revolver swinging free In my pocket mYr hand on the rail At the toot of the laler 1 stopped and looked up Above me there was a gray rectangle of sky dotted with stars It occurred to me that with my one serviceable hand holdng the ladder I was hardly In a position to defend myself that I was about to hoist a body that I am rather careful of Into a danger I couldnt see and wasnt particularly keen about any how I dont mind saying that the seconds It took me to scramble up the ladder were among the most unploas ant that I recall I jot to the top howeVer without Incident I could see fairly well after the darkness Qar the house beneath but there was nothing suspicious In sight The roofs separated by two feet of brick walls stretched around me uribruken save by an occasional chimney I went very softly over tsj the other trap the oe belonging to the suspected house It was closed but I Imagined I could hear John sons footsteps ascending heavily Then even that flas none A nearby cloCk struck threeas stood waitthg I examined my revolver then for the first time and found It was empty I had been rather skeptlcal until now I had had the usual tolerant at titude ot the man who is summoned from his bed to search for burglars comblhed with the artificial courageI ot firearms With the ray emptygun I felt like a man on the top of a volcano in lively eruption Suddenly I found myself staring In credulously at the trapdoor at my feet I had examined It early In the evening and found It baited Did I Imagine It or had It raised aCout an Incll Wasnt it moving sly asrlooked No I am not a hero I was startled almost Into a panic I had one arm and whoever was raising that trapdoor had two My knees had a queer Inclination to bend the wrong way Johnsons footsteps were distinct enough but he was evidently far be low The trap raised perhaps two Inches now remaIned stationary There was no sound from beneath It once I thought I heard two or three gasping respirations I am not sure they were not my own I wanted desperately to stand on one leg at a time and hold the other up out of focus oft possible revolver- I did not see the hand appear There was nothing there and then It was there clutching the frame ot the t apI did the only thing I could think of I put ray foot on It There was not a sound from beneath The next moment I was kneel ing and had clutched the wrist just above the hand After a seconds struggle the arm was still With something real to face I was myself again uDont nioveE or Ill stand on the trap and brOak your arm I panted Wh t else couy I threaten I couldnt shoot I couldnt even fight John son I called And then I realized the thing that sttyea with mefor a month the think I cannot think ot even now without a shudder The hand lai fee cold strangely quiescent Under ray fin gers an artery was beating feebly The wrist was as slender asI held the hand to the light Then I let It drop Good Lord I muttered and remained on my knees staring at the spot where the hand had been It was gone now there was a faint rustle in the darkness below and then silence I held up my own hand In the star light and stared at a long scratch In the palmjA woman I said to my self stupidly By all thats rldlcu bus a woman Johnsop was striking matches be low and swearing softly to himself How the devil do you get to the roof he calledOil think Ive broken my nose He found the ladder after a short search and stood at the bottom look Ing up at meuWell I suppose you havent seen him he Inquired There are enough darned cubbyholes In this jiouse to hide a patrol wagon load of thieves He lighted a fresh match Hello heres another door By the sound of his diminishing footsteps I supposed It was a rear staircase He came up again In ten minutes or so this Um with the policeman Hes gone all rlght7 he saId rue fullyuIf youd been attending to your buslncsli Robison youd have watched the back door urm not twIns RobIson was surly Well I broke in as cheerfully as r could if you are though with this jolly little affaIr and can get down my ladder without havIng my housekeeper ring the burglar alarm I have some good Monongahela wWskyoh Invitarsafely away from the house I breath Cd more freely Down In the len I fuJtllled lIlY promise which Johnson drank to the toast Coming through the rye He examined my gun rack with the eye of a connoisseur and even When I1 was about to go he cast a loving eye back at the weapons Ever Deen In tke L1MYr M- quired No I said with a bitternese thI he noticed but failed to comprehend Im a chocolate cream soldieryou dont read Shaw I suppose Johnson Never heard ot him the detective suld Indifferently Well good night Mr Blakeley Much oblige At the door he hesitated and coughed I suppose you understand Mr Blakeley he saId awkwardly Uth- atthlsersurvelllance1 ill In the days work I dont like It but Iti duty Every man to his ditty sir Sometime when you are in antnm- ood Johnson I returned you can explain why I am being watched at all CHAPTER XV The Cln matograph On Monday I went out for the first time I did not go to the office wand to Walk I thought fresh air and exercise would drive away the blue devils that had me by the throat McKnight Insisted on a long day in his car but I refused I dont know wby not he saId sulkily cant walk I havent walked two consecutive blocks In three years Automobiles have made legs mere oinamentsand some not even that We could have Johnson out there chasing us over the country at 5 an hour uHe can chase us just as wen at l1v8 miles an hour I salli But what gets me McKnlght Is why I am under surveillance at all How dO the police know 1 was accused ot that tQlngQ The young lady who sent the Sow ersshe Isntt likely to talk Is No That Is I didnt say shefjlady I groaned as I tried to splintered arpi Into a coat Anyhow she didnt tell I finished with con vlctIon and McKnight laughed It had rained In the early morning and Mrs KIopton predicted more showers In fact so firm was her belief and so determined her eye that I took the umbrella she proffered me Never mind I said We can leave It flCXtdQQr J have a story to tell you Richey and it requires proper setting IsicKnight was puzzled but he fol lowed me obediently around to the kitchen entrance of the empty house It was unlocked as I had expected While we climbed to the upper floor I retailed the events ot the previous zight uUs the finest thing I eer bean of McKnlght said staring up at the ladder and the trap What a vaudo yule skit it would make Only you ought not to have put your foot on her hand They dont do it In the best circles 4 wheeled onblxp Impatiently YOu dont understand the ftuatics at all Richey I exclaimed What would you say If I tell you it was the hand ot a lady It was covered wit rIngs K lady he repeated WhY JQ say twas a tned compromising sit utaUon and that the less you say of- ft the better Look here Lawrence I think you dreamed It Youve been In the house too much I take It ai back you do need exercise She escaped through this do r I suppose I said as patiently as I could Evidently down the back stall case We might as we1 go down tha way According to the best rrecedenti In theseftaira we should fliul a glove about here bu said as we started down But he was more impressed than he cared to bwn He evimined the dusty steps carefully and once when a bit of loose plaster fell just behind him he started like a neV011 woman What I dontt understand Is shy you let her go he saldstoPllfa1 once puzzled Youre not usuJq quixotic When we get out Wo the couuth Richey I replied gravely t am going to tell You QIlotha story and ii you dont tell me Im a fool and I craven on the strength ot It yoo nis no friend ot mine We stumbled through the twilight of staircase Into the blackness or the shuttered kitchen The house hq the moldy smell of closed buUdlnrl even on that warm September morn Ing It was damp and hllly As wi stepped Into the unstiine McKnlgkt gave a shiver Now that we are out ho said 1 dont mind telling you that I bavi been there before Do you remember the night you left and the faw at the window When you speak of itjes Well I was curious about tiiat thing he went on as we started up the stretand I Went back The street door was unlocked QUtl I en- amineti every room 1 was Its KIop tons ghost that carried a 1Cht aul dumb Did you find anything Only a clean place rubbed on tM window opposite your dresaing room Splendid vIew ot an untidy Interm- It that house Is ever occupied youe better put stained glass Iq that widow ot CONTINUED Mistake Somewhere Miss Fang1e Is a homeopathlSt- ihmt she asked the hostess We ally Jaw dont think so re plied youngFeatherbY At lout sh- tIsawnevah lit home when I calL doncher knowIn and Out WlggTher seenisJto be quite g difference between a job and a sit ation WaggOh yes For tnltanc whtl a fellow loses his jobha often finEs himself in an smbarmssstaj 1 Iite 1 Couldnt De IL It cant stay long ld the ekair man of the committee lrom the ool orad church I just came to see if yo wouldnt join de mission band repliedtheI cantbven play a moutorgan Lippincotts Spend Your Winter i- nS t U NN Y- FLORIDAJ Newhotel in the delightful fruit nd gr den district near Jacksonvi1Ie2s1t ride from the Atlantic Ocean Outdoor re creation hunting ftshing boatng and auto mobiling in Floridas most charming ad irresistible region THE BILLIARD INN BII1IA1mFLA Managed by northern hotel man Large comfortable rooms with meaT 2oo pu day R uced rates by the week otmonth Low rals for automobiles by hour or day Write for terms andic Uced tourist rail road rates good to March IgU and big illustrated bookS F W CORNWALL 1543 BsiiiagI c ILLINOIS The Farmers Sons Great OpportUnity Wh7 JIprepare prolperttr n4 IMepea- eace g reat oppor at1 tb D or Alberta wber 70 can Secure a yreeoe prA tea4orbuy1aniatyee IowsthsTIsIwbealandwiilb secnre4Iff as welt as cattle yaiiiag La causing a steady advance i1ce Goyernnent returns wow that The number oQ set1arsi- s Western traM eBtJargerTear paidIcreprof 1 dt ihII acres and preempUosU jLi 160 sores lit an acre rl sine climate GOd keoU fscIJItlesLItPciIz1zI ter and lumber easily sb tamed or pamphlet Last Beet West beatles11ixuttawajMSITwIl Ik3ELVie adereM nearelC70lI The Wretchedness of Constipation Can qticUy be 8TereeIH CARTERS LITILErLIVER PILLS act Purely TL1eNtely sad Lc etDao IIIVERH ptL SAChe M5l sad IsdigeutleisThey de 1Mir dts apg sn Dee Sa1PIfGenuiii avitbear Signature X II = ORIENT NewYorkS S Cleveland iTurkeyS3CSUDIsIesSeulkidfr IThutratd Bd- lIAMt3UnGMEWC45N UN P lul7i7 41 IIi i5lriidway- NYONEVi w ku triwsklyprtcIIt SASEL SO4S U- A aOOSEVELTS ClEAT lOOt AfrjcanGameTiaihN T sell this fskoua Bring It to the families Is your beaUty w Iin yon blgkII oUnce WrIterorpoipcts Charles kribMrs IeM ua L I 1 St y c5 IelMStsworkwItkaelirunnua u aiete4wttkt TIiHI Wtusrsee 171a tPIsosI01 ouoia OLD i rt l r CHEEFULWOftDI FOR SUFFERr 1NQ WOMEN No woman can be healthy with sick kidneys They are often the true cause of bearlngdown pains head PlctllT aches dizzine- ssnervousnessliAr etc Keep the well i fand health easily main talned Daans- d Kidney Pills make strong healthy kidneys r Mrs John A Link 122 East Perry St BuCY sus 0 says I was JIO terribly afflicted with kidney complaint I could not stir out of bed 1 was attended by several doctors but they all failed to help me Doans Kid lsey Pills gave me relief after I had- liven up all hope and soon cured me have had no kidney trouble In three years Remember the nameDoans For sale by all dealers 60 cents a box FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y On the Senators The wit of Bishop Seth Ward amuses NashvilIefrequently Bishop Ward In company with two senators came forth from a Nashville reception the other day and en trred a waiting motor oar Ah bishop said one ot his corn- panlons you are not like your mu t terHe waS content to ride an ass Ward answered but theres uo such almaI to begot nowadays They make them all senators j Trying to Console My son remarked the tem parent when 1 was your age I had very little time for frivolous diver sionsWell replied the young man you thbtigay Isnt what It looks to be Deafness Cannot Be Cured cUfoIeery fea nd that Y by conetltutlonal Dasaeaes k eared by an ludamed oond1Uoa ot weee of the EusIaehlan Tube Wen this WBe II ffiaasaed you have a runtbUng Bound or Im JNdeK Jar1 entirely closed Deaf Ii Ute neult andunlees the tm1mmaUon can be SIMR out sad this tube rtaared to normal Iea MerIBC wW be etroJM toner nine eases nothingbet wIusedltaas Catarrh Cure Send for okaulars free F1 CHENEY 00 Toledo 0So1 by DrUISIetI H1lJamIlTPw tor conatlpatlae Made Him Ridiculous Joseph Leiter In an Interview on his yacht CIantecler said with a trmilePlease quote me accurately In an interview you know the slightest inaccuracy can make a man ridiculous Jt is like the Frenchman who thodght- h had a very far knowledge of Eng lish nevertheless said to a father youAExchange DISCOURAGEMENTS OF LITERA TUBE J o Q00 t Mrs QuizHas your husband ever been accused ot plagiarism Yrs SpacerNo and it discourages him too It shows he has never writ ten anything thats so good other pee pie would like to claim it- AN EFFECTIVE HOME MADE tIDNEY AND BACKACHE CURE Easily Prepared Medicine Which ii Said to Regulate the Kidneys and End Backache 4 To make up enough ot the Dande lion Mixture which Is claimed to be Jrgmpt cure for Backache and Kid ney and Bladder trouble get from any good Prescription Pharmacist one half ounce fluid extract Dandelion one oUnce Kargon Compound and three ounc Compound Syrup of Sarsapa r1lli Shake well in a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after each meal and again at bedtime Thnstr who have tried It say it acts gently put thoroughly on the Kidneys and entire urinary system relieving the m lt severe Backache at once A wellknown medical authority rec ommends the prescription to be taken the moment you suspect any Kidney Bladder or Urinary disorder or feel a constant dull Backache or if the urine is thick cloudy offensive or full of sediment irregular ot passage or attended bys scalding sensation or for too frequent urination during the night This is a real harmless vegetable mixture which could not cause injury to anyone and the relief which is said to immediately follow its use Is a rev elation to men aid women who suffer from Backache Ktdpey trouble or any form ot Urinary disorder This Is surel17 worth trying u it la easily mixed at home or any druggist will do it for you and doepnt Itouch p t BREEDING PEDIGREE STOCK IS HIGHLY PROFITABLE tMan Must be Lover of Animals and Possess More Than Ordin 4BecomePerhaps ot all ranches of farming r9cedlng pedigree livestock Is the must Interesting and In addition it has the further recommendation that when properly conducted It Is profit able I know that many persons have dropped money and some large amounts over pedigree stock but I could name several tenant farmers who lave weathered bad times and are today In a prosperous condition manIrlsess a more than ordinary amount of patience if he Is to become a proml CountryLifeto place a large amount Qf capital in thQ business he must be prepared to lock his money up for some years Those who can afford to buy the best anybreedare content tr pay good salaries and wages to competent men to take charge of them ought SOon to get a good return for their Investment Persons with limited means must be sat Isfied tQ start with a few animals less perfect In type and conformation or withaged Individuals which can be picked up for comparatively little money and then gradually breed up a stud herd or flock The latter plan unless dhe Is a good judge qi stock and a practical farmer Is the one I should advise Clever and experienced breeders are apt to make mistakes In buying mating and rearing their stock and a novice Is sure to purchase his experience very dearly It he starts breeding on too large a scale The situation and soil of ones farm should govern to a great extent the variety of stock which it Is decided to keep Lincoln sheep for instance would not pay to rear on the moun talus where the Scotch blackfaced mountain ol the Herdwlck breeds ex- Ist Or again the hardy Southdown thrives on the short scanty herbage that grows on his native hills where Manybreedscially adapted to the locality in which they are born and one always runs a risk when Introducing a fresh variety of animals into any county Not only does It take some time for a breed new to the district to become acclimated but it Is always difficult to dispose of ones surplus stock In a T Of the several breeds of Leghorn the white is the most popular and the brod n next says the Farm Poultry The Buff Leghorns ot the best strains have about all the good qualities of the white variety and are fast gaining popularIty the color being more ate tractive to some tastes The Black and Dominique Leghorns also have their advocates Each ot the Leg horns although naturally having sIn gle combs are bred also with rose combs The rose comb Is obtained by introduction of Hamburg blood and the result Is In general tendency to smaller bodies and smaller eggs In the rose comb varieties The single combs vary greatly In size and weight according to strain Some of the larger strains are almost equal in size to too average of some Qt the medium neighl1Thood where it Is not the fashion It Is true that some breeds seem to flourish almost anywhere notably shorthorn cattle and Shire horses but an owner ot Shires who brings them up on light thlnskinned land Is severely handicapped when his horses come Into the showring He then finds that his rivals who occupy stiffer and richer soU can produce ani mals with more bone and hair than he can Large wellshaped feet plenty of bone and good joints are absolutely necessary nowadays on a firstclass animal of this breed Shire horses are especially adapted- for town work and for hauling heavy loads and one can judge from the photograph ot this strong heavy and- y compact mare how suitable tlils breed Is for that purpose The Cl des dales are not such massive horses as are the Shires neither are they so large In the bone but the strength and slope ot their pasterns and the active sty of this breed are proverbial A su IA perabundanceof hair on a Clydt dales legs Is not considered neces nary as It is on those of the Shire this can be seen by glancing at the lustration of Royal Guest the chaps yearRoyalwhen Quite cleanlegged 1 with no long hair on his legs It is a very active quick animal with any amount of pluck and endurance and no bree Is better suited for farm work Sut folks like Clydesdales are also suit whenstronged Suffolk horses have been known to live to a great age and longevity- Is claimed to be It special feature or this breed Horseflesh Consumption advatlsedlnclallY in those of the large Indus tHaI centers and most German cities have at least one market which makes Ita specialty claiming for it a higher percentage ot nouriShment than that of either beef veal mutton or pork Water Sprouts Do not neglect to cut off the wate sprouts on the trunks of young apple pear and plum trees SEVERAL KINDS OF LEGHORN s IiTj T f 1 t e e thattheUkemostwith care to prevent the tendency to pinchedOrre undesirable as tending to small eggs and lack of constitutlQil Leghorncockerelse andBrn dotte or Leghorn and Plymouth Rock poultrymeto tbetendencvto be toward the use ot one or anoth breedsisform than from the pure breed y MARKS HEROS TOMB Monument Now at Gen Shields LongNeglected Grave He Fought With Distinction In Two Wars Served Three States as Senator and a Fourth as Governor Carrollton MoTo have served as senator from three states and as gov ernor pf a fourth Is a distinction that has come to only one man in the his tory of the United States And yet for nearly 30 years that man Gen James H Shields whore military rec ord was even more illustrious than his record as a statesman lay In an almost forgotten and unmarked grave He was the first territorial governrt of Oregon he served a full term as senator from Illinois he was one of the first two senators from Minnesota and he served out an unexpired term as senator from MissourI He went into the Mexican war a brigadier gen eral and served with such distinction that his sword found ready acceptance and he was commissioned a brigadier general at the outbreak of the Civil warGeneral Shields served four states and his adopted country he was Irish born both faithfully and well and doubtless had public attention been called earlier to the neglect of his- grave in St Marys cemetery here Congress would have been quicker to show by a monument Its lppreclat- fon of his services However when Representative Rucker of MissourI introduced a bill at the last sessiop of congress to appropriate 3OPO for that purpose It was quickly passed and the monument was recently unveiled General Shields was one ot the many young Irishmen who came to America In the generation that preceded the Civil war and gave their adopted country cause to reel proud of them He was born In Count y Tyrone December 12 1810 About the age of 16 young Shields emigrated to the United States and finished his edu cation He studied law and began practice at Kaskaskia Ill In 1832 He rapidly achieved professional dl eal ccucaAt IAIiES SH1CtC deiwlrtT rport- aaarD ntI N or 01 pUIC7t i 1M M- Monument to General Shields Unction and having entered politics was elected to the legislature In 1836 IIi 1839 he was elected state auditor and In 1843 was appointed judge of the Supreme court of Illinois He held the latter office two years and resign ed to accept the appointment of com missioner ot the general land office1n Washington Served In Two Wars Atthe outbreak of the Mexican war Shields was given a brigadiers corn mlssfit Dd commanded first n brigade 0 Illinois troops later command Ing a brigade composed ot marines and New York and South Carolina volunteers He served under Gen Zachary Taylor Gen Winfield Scott and General Wool and was wounded at Oerro Gordo and In the storming of Chnpultepec For gallantryin the latter action he was breveted a major general General Shields was museII tered out of service in 1848 and s ly afterwards was appointed the first territorial governor of Oregon While serving In that office he W elected senator from Illinois and served out his full term After quitting the senate he moved to Unne- sota where he speedily became prominent in politics and on the admission of that state he was elected senator for the short term serving two years from 1857 to 1869 Quitting the senate again he went to California and engaged In mining and was thus en gaged when the Civil war broke out Promptly he offered his sword and was commissioned a brigadier general He commander a division under Gen Nathaniel p Banks In the Shenan doah Valley and directed the initial movement at the battle of Winches ter where he was severely wounded At his own request he was relieved of his command In the army and went to California where he remained until the close of the war He then chose Missouri as his home settling In Carroll cOunty living on a farm a few miles east of Carrollton In peace tut retirement until 1874 when he was chosen to represent the county In the legislature In January 1879 he was chosen by the Missouri leglslitturo to fill the unexpired term of Senator L V Bogy which expired March 41876 He died at Oftumwaln iJ79 1 BABY S GIFT FROM HIS PAPA Inheritance for Wtlc Mother D fdetS- eem to Be In Any Great Degree Thankful Richard Harding Davis At a football game in Philadelphia praised the voices of the young undergraduates shouting their weird college yells It makes me think of a Locust street wife said Mr Davis smiling She turned to her husband one night at dinner and remarked My dear the first time I saw you was at Franklin Field Your head wrls thrown back your mouth wide open and your lace was very red you were yelling your college yell Yes I remember said the young man And I noticed she continued what a remarkable voice you had yes you spoke of It at the time said he But what makes you think of It now Oh nothing said the wife Only 1 wish the baby hadnt Inherited- It Thats all- SchurzWas Sure of Him He Couldnt See Little Jacks father was the teacher of the Sunday school class of whIch Jack was a new member Ho had been told that as this was his first Sunday he would not be asked any questions but he must pay close attention just the same So On the way home his father asked him who it was who killed Goliath I dont know I was sitting on the backseat and couldnt see was the ready answer From Norman IJ Macks National Monthly DISTEMPER In all its forms among all ages of horses as well as dogs cured and others in same stable prevented from having the disease CUREEverybottles sold last year 50 and 100 good druggIst or tend to manufacturers SpecContagious Home Vaudeville So you used to be on the stage Yesm and I done a sidesplitting sketch Well lets see What you can do In sketchsPneumonia and Consumption are al ways jreceded bfan ordinary cold Ham linsTizard into the chest draws out the inflammation breaks up the cold and prevents all serious trouble A bachelor girls club is ail asaocia- tioq of women who think they are more likely to get husbands by pretending not to want them theErNNotwndLUone Some people are too freshbut the same thing cant be said of eggs 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made soy shoesTHE LLLDXEB OF TIE WORLD You will be pleased ashen yon buy mx ahoeebeUUHot the t 9t and appearance and when It comes this for you to e pair you wm be more than because thrlastrones wore so and so much oomfort i CAUTIONif1ourd i SUInmepar 1 NiltJOnWltb V DoI1i11f18 writatetllWl W- 16 k t ti tt 1910Vr r rq 1 PWTER LOOSE LEAF WAREkOUSESPR- INGFIELD KY i TANDY QUISENBERRY CO Proprietors v f DAiLY AUCTION SALES ==== WELL LIGHTED SALES FLOOR Ialkt a part orall of your pzitr3onae and will tftrintee that your interests wilL be carefully looked after Wajehoue Near the Depot TANDY QUISENBERRY Manager TCLOSINGOUT SALE fr i OB ryOutfitJiwlll sell to the highest bidder at my stable in Ptesrvville on SATURDAY DEC 3 1910 tKMhOO0CLOC A M my entire Livery Outfit as follows vNme good Horses good drivers and gentle one 3yrold Mule rdke to workj i yellow driving horse loyrsold t 6yrold yellow fancy bUggYlhorse 2 Sorrels good doable or single very gentle I li ay horsey 6yrs61 l drives well and well broke for farm work one foar1tgo dsurTeyaridar4iess t 3 buggies acid harness i good wagonetI Tlile buinei will be offered as a vAole and then the stoak etc sepI jair teani okkY1 the way so as to realize the most money TJERM6 Six months tune without interest note with good- zersonehsecinuly required I IV W HATCHETT FOR SALE jILLERS SPRINGS t0i Ancl 25 Acres of Landrt tij1hr Bells Ford and Gethsemane turnpike about 3 mi es South HBfNe Hope Kentucky This place at a small cost can be made ajjijdeal summer resort- Also a Farm of 187 12 Acres Jt liar NaN Hips Ky with good house barn and outbuildings about Y ulpIaiid is ertfk bottom and is the best farm in Hilstn county mltkf prci for which I am affrlng it Apply to lHic MASTERSON i A New Hope Ky 1 I If13Tiic11aydonWilIctt Drug Co Offer a Cure for Catarrh fifhe Medicine Costs No thing if it Faib Whena medicine1 effects a successful treatment in a very large majority of adtaes and when we offer that medicine r ur own personal guarantee that it wiU cost the user nothing if it does not competeTy relieve catarrh itis only reasonable that peOple should believes i T as oc at least put our claim tea prac tacaltest when Ve take all the risk These are facts which we want thA peo rjpfe tpsubsantiate We want them to 4xy Rexall MucuTone a medicine prepared from a prescription of a physician with whom catarrh was a specialty and who has a record of thirty years of en iabl4success to his record v We receive more good reports ahout iltexall MucuTone than we do of all MQK catarrh remedies sold in our store and if more people only knew what C tthprpugnly dependable remedy Re alt- tueaTdne is it would be the only cat aurrfc remedy we wouldhave anydemnd for Sexall MucuTone is quickly absorbed zrtd by its therapeutic effect tends to diswfect and cleanse the entire jmuct us eetDtaneous tractt to destroy ahd re mbv the parasites which injtre the 1BlftbrJ1I1 ous tissues to soothe the ir 2Titationand heal the soreness stop the I discharge build up strong arid Stealthy tissue and relieve the blpipd and I sysbenvbf diseased matter Its influ aceis toward stimulating the muco celia aiding digestion nndimprovint atutriUon until the whole r Ifrith healthy activity In vu compara HyelyiShort time it brings about rnojticeabfe gain in weight strength goo tlcfiHralld feeling of buoyancy i e you to to try Rexall Mucu Tone4 beginning a treatment to day Atj IiMY tlpyouart not satisfied simplyl QUiCk1Y1iiat64eJ We haVe Rexall MucuTone MI two sizes SO cents and 100 Re Remej4itt Drug r if MclNTlRE Charley Clements who was called to Louisville last week by the death Of hij niece Miss Nally has returned to tus home pfL6uisvllletives After a pleasant visit to relatives at this place Arthur Cecil hasretumed to his home in Owensboro Mrs Ravener Clements is in LoUIS- VIlle this week to attend the marriage of her sister Miss Margaret Simms 6 Herman Smith and brother purchased ot Pat Shannahan his home place for which they paid about 4000 Born recently to Mr and Mrs Albert Medley a tine boy Miss Julia Spaulding and Cletus Wal ker of near this place were united in the holy bonds J f matrimony at Fred ericksburg on the 22nd mst the Rev Father Pieters officiating beenIwith cop rheumatism we are glad to report is convalescent IClevttlandHI1J of Louisville is visit IAfter a pleasant visit to her parents MrsJ R Hill Mrs Joe Johnston has returned to her home in Louis ville Len Mclntire will leave this week for Umontown to visit his parents Mr and Mrs Polin Mclntire Joseph Keene was in Bardstown last weekSMiss Nora Pile is the guest other sister Mrs Bunch Brown of Simms town J o Ensor visited his daughter Mrs Will Smith at Loretto Sunday last Miss Louyma Wheatley after a visit of a week to her brother and family at Portland has returned home- Miss Effie Graves wpent last week in BalJstown the guest of relatives Messrs Willmont and Groenwell are spending this week with Mr and Mrs Asker Fields IAftlular TOMBoy trees and fences always getting scratches cuts sprains bruises bumps burns or scalds But laws Her mother just applied Bucklens Arnica everythingOld Sores Corns or Piles Try it 25c at Huydbn RobertsonI I r TilE NEWEST SLENDER CRAZE Amwtg Our Women is Said to Have Demoralized tie Na tions Candy Market The feminine craze fw being slan der bas knocked the bottom out of oar ofIgoodIsee pSt store with a package of fruit I make daughtersII splendid customer told me the other jay that hed as soon come home with a viper as with a fivepound box of can dy although a year ago he Used to buy two fivepound boxes each week We notice the same difference in small sales to women employed in offices Theres not half thenumbei of calls for halfpound boxes though our sales of sweet chocolates are alwysbl as lots of business women nibble it instead of taking a regular luncheon The continual running in of office bovs to execute commissions tor the stenographers and telephone operators is getting to be a thing of the past and lemon drops are about the only sweets these business girls will eat Every mothers daugh amingtable to be plump again I suppose well notice the difference in the sales New York Sun j SAn dial Husband is patient even with a nagging wife for he knows she needs help She may be so nervous and rundown in health that trifles annoy her If she is melan choly excitable troubled with loss of appetite hejacUfche sleeplessness roii stipation or fainting and dizzy spells she needs Electric Bittersthe most won derful remedy for ailing omen Thou sands of sufferers from female troubles nervous troubles backache and weak kidneys have used them rnd become healthy and happy Try them Only 50c Satisfaction guaranteed by Haydon Robertson PAIR VIIWS Mr andMrs Palmer Cheatham are littleIdafor 1000 We regret to lose Mrand- Mrs Oliver IMrs J E Stevenson who has been the past week is better at this writing Mr and Mrs C C Worford spent Saturday night with her father F M Carney Mrs Preston Moore spent the later part of last week in Louisville visiting her sister Mrs Mattie Coleman l J W Hayes and family John Bane spentThanksgiving Yocum rMessrs Willie and Walter Carney with Hard esty familySBob Murphy of Bloomfield visited his uncle J W Hayes Wednesday night AWOMAN IN PERFECT HEALTH Is EarthsSMost Beautiful Object I The Favorite Tonic for Women Makes it Possible GET A BOTTLE TODAY Price 100 SOLDIYS HAYDON ROBERTSON 54 ti Thanksgiving mie J At the usuafi hour for senwke on Thanksgiving mwrning thegooUJ people m the communitj of Beech Guoiye met for an all days meeting at that place after a short praise and song service Rev H P Hafrehelt Pastor read the 136 Psalm wen he gave us a short appropiate talk in which he said As on the night of the nativity an angel broke the goon news to the frightened shepherds asthey watcbedteir flocks a multitude of the heavenly hosts broke the stillness of the Judeana hill by saying GJprv to God in the highest peace on earth good will to men so should we praise and thank God for the gift of His sou the Savior asic that he made the way possible for th salvation of men Also we should thank Him for the Holy Spirit and that his mission in the worlJ was to convince men of sins of rihteonsness and af judgment and He for eighteenhunil ted years had been performing that office work in the hearts of the children of men and He also comes as a cornier ter binding up the broken hearted ones by pouring in the oil of consolation and love anJ as a guide leading his faithful thornyiThe preacher said we should be thank fill for the Bible that it is our guide board our waybill to point us the way as we travel along unknown and untried as well as along familar paths An opportunity was given to those present to express their thankfulness to their receivedIprayers intermission wits given when a Thanksgiving dinner was served on the ground after which the order of service was resumed Brother Charlie Pope opened the meeting by reading an appropiate lesson from the best of books As the hours passed by an earnestness of speech an intensity ot desire seems to stir the people in an unusnal way un till expressions of gratitude and tnaiks giving mingled with prayr cAma from ever part of the congregation Among those who testfied to his good ness on that day was our good frien borntold log house theoriginal Bcch Grove church where our fathers worshiped 70 years ago He told us of Gods good ness and how he had supported him along this stretch disappointing years thus proving the promises of scripture that the poet sung Even down to old age all my people shall prove My Sovereign Eternal Unchange able LoveSMiss Addie Whitehouse recited a a Temperance story and Miss Katie wQrltSIwe appreciate might be seen Mr J C Martin who was one of my neighbors and teachers of my youthful days and daughter Mattie of Aliceton Bro Charlie Hudson ot Stewart Qharlie Pope of Bethlehem and our old friend AL H Coyle who was born and reared back among the Deep Creek hills which he still loves and sometimes visits This meeting was a love feast after IlsonJtstrengthened by giving each other the parting hand to be renewed again on a brighter shore Each went his ilIyl feeling they had had a great day- MDLC HARDESrV Mr Addison Gibson wifeandchildren rctuneu to ttieir home in Perryvill aster a several day stay with the lat ters parents Mr and Mrs S G Hard placeAit antlwife of Bohon visjteu relaives in this community ti e tatter pu ijf me week daughterMissand sou A iltSpeut Thursday witi Mr Und Mrs John Arnold ui Alt Zion Ttic who dined with Mr and Mrs J H Gray Thanksgiving were Mr andS Mrs Rice Harmon Mr and Mra J RiGray and Mrs R H Hurdin Miss Adeline Cox spent from Wed nsduy until Sunday with her parents- in Mr Lou sVIIJrIJ H Gray and family spent Fnduy at the home of Mr and Mrs JRGrJiy Miss lavie Goodlett spent Saturday nd Sunday with her parents at this place SMrpurchas- a colt of R IX Goodlett Price un known spentSaturdaynistht of HhlisboroSMr James OBryan wife and child ren spent Saturday and Sunday with t 1 1J Little At B Lewis is visiting tti grandmother Molly WjlUams MM Mblly flMms arid daughter spent Thursday night with Mr ami Mrs Walter Lewis Mr aadi Mrs It D Goodlett haire ValleyHillRabtote surely must be scarce hi Mercer opunty as see of their farmers was down in Washington duringThabif giving hunting low down for them be even went under pioplea houses tj capturethemS SUiSCRIBEiS FREE COLUMT Mrs John S McElroy City has for sale pure bred Minorca cockerels 1 00 each Also very high bred bronze turkeys none better 350 tor toms 389 for hengIMiss Julra JParrott Rt 3 has for sble IIpwebred Bourbon Red Turkevi 2 00 3100 for Toms IH AT Grinstead City wislies to buy of good timothy hay Telephone two 62 Mrs J R Barber Rt 2 has for sale Pure Bred Bronze Goblins and Silver Lace Wyandotte Cockerels 50c each Mrs H J Cocanougher Texas Ky Nas for sale S C white leghorn cpcker els 100 each Mrs C L Mudd Rt 2 has for sale Turkeysl 20rMrs R H Lang fiord rt 4 has for sale S C B Leghorn roosters at The each Also a few of Mrs C L Bradys stock at SOc Mrs Sam Tucker rt 1 has for sale Rhode Island Red cockerels and pullets 1 each until Jan 1 Mrs Irvine Lynch Lebanon Rt 3 LeghonCocherels Mrs C L Brady Rt 3 has for s Barred Plymouth Rock CodkerelstOO- each ROCK RUN Fred Milburn and family spent one day last weekwith John McMillan and family Miss Mamie Milburn spent last week- with her sister Mrs Lester Perkins of TablowJim Harlow has sold his farm on Rock Run to Willie Milburn for 450 ThislittU farm has changed hands in less than four months three times Fred Milburn sold two calves to B Litsey at 16 per head Water Hayes and family spent Sunday with the family of Fred Milburn Albert Pinkston and Clifton Fowler have returned from Illinois They said Old Kentucky was good euough for them Osgar Keeling and wife and Richaid wipiNathanielC rdwell The family of Geo Blacketer spent Thursday with the lamily of Jas Black eter Miss Della Pinkston and sister Miss Cordie of Stringtowu spent last week with the family of D C CurUiuger Fred Milburn lost a p cketbook con taining 115 about ten days ago and it was found Saturday by Chas CouJtet Jr who showed his honesty by returning it tothe owner VALLEY HILL Emmett FlatighervjsitedW R Moran at Elm Hill from Thursday untill Mon day Rufus Goodlett of Polin has moved to this section on the farm which he boughtMr the railroad agent at this place having finished his store has received a supply of goods and has opened up tenant1houseL C Kelly was in Louisvillle Sunday HnliSundaySJas Moran visited relatives at Elm H H Talutn spent Sundav irj Louis ville M Reed and wife visited relatives near town Sunday A good many nom this section were in town Monday t STATE OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO Lss LUCAS t OUNTY Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is tenlor partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business inthe City of Toledo County and State afor SaId and that said hrm will pay tne sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case ot Catarrh that canno CatarrltCureSworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of Decem berAD1886 GLEASONbEAL Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Drukgists 75 constipationx FreeCttrs Remedy 4 What mother is BOt lookisig loa something that win kelp her chiWrt in the little Hfc mi life something for the stoaadb iroiiblc and tk bowel trouble Long ago she proltfably has became convinced that a child cannot ssa ffiy swallow apiIE or a tablet atud that to break then in half and ariesr them is an annoy ance that usuallgr they work toe drasti tcally and ace Baueeatlng and toe po p jAnyof sending hair aame and address can Htain a free site bottle of a rimaif that thousands ot other mothers are sis and now paxifecr for This remedy IsSCaldwclls Syrui Pepsin and the oBtc at F a free trial fcottle Is open to any th rwho has not yet weed ItHaviac UM It and coiudnced yourself it to what you want yoa can obtain It m tMfature of yor druggist at fifty e aM one dollar a bottle Just as s ay it others ara doing the free sampleSsimply to eoavlnce you of its raecttc X is the beat way to begin on it KraLDavis of 18t W Harrison street CMeaoy and Mrs Mary Belford 1719 CoM street IXiuIsvSle Ky both started with a free theyhavehouse since It It undoubtedly a great tenflr reedy as it Is adapted to aU fcciaff mlM and pleasant to take aad yet totougWy effective It is M ectlly UM ideal remedy for children a4 wemet aM- sId folks who need something pere M4 and natural It has the atdvaHtage ol fce Ing a thorough laxative aad yet otaIatonic properties Usa It for the Meet stubborn constipation IndigeatldB XvStrouble sick headache sour stesrtafc zaraMthatf JIhaHCtodesire for yourself or family pertas tnc te the stomach liver or l Ketr free of charge plain your ease Jiaa letter and he will reply to ys H JB OetaM iMnameaddress Is Dr W B Caldwell RH Cai4 will DuUdlnv MoBtleeUo BL the old old story told times without number and repeated over and oveE again for the last 36 years but jtis always a welcome story to those in search of healthThere is nothing m 4Remedy = I- m c i tJ l 7 U JJ = 0 0111M iIII O O NQ CIt i 1 4 2k- 1111mhi fI f 0 Q 0 v f S= f iV 7 abIIV Q tIi c Io- KS Irt If Ij1 l