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T MAIOUCLODGZ SPldgf ei 100t i o SOme ti rlta andihird tloudaj t ji ack ontb ii W hiJtptf R A Chapter No 57 C lk every second Tue cfay l pritMeIdCounci1uI toeetr v 4 r ry 19tirthMoiday1 cJXxGXTS Of THJt A 1SMctt Scdt t Irn 1 5iia Strength 3sitniik orHertWe bw8 means Sorn N Webieanothftx trmorl k t Mt OMITMIK heart MfcwUr hundred IS In Iti diMMed It alaosi alwfcn ittterJW nerve tbst reIy K11tl1u1t fleryeth crdiac erHeartNene Er JiDdMTeroOwer111more eootroUifif more tovexnla lwitbouttl thaBeartmwt rontlnte J1 eoioU1ng tbe ttwmch And Jddaeys also haw f dr7 exp1 whys a I1 edcne Dr PSI moIY laM In tkeps done io much aid aiua esiN 1M oxZb oLaU 5pa1qIi1 oIU euloca- tdiim r Jboos ReMoeaUveth1- pIc4pt1ouM alone directed to raM inuilnf airy aer It builds II = jiTiiiw rit firs j l giiiu4ae hori help v 0 raa wwid Mf e tuwe g HAuCk atren M r av74bllui-= YriA Dr Restorative-t l t1 j P CROSS DRUG tORE rTHE N13 S=L t EI Df3rRJi f s1 pd IS SRJNGFEtpWSHIMGTON SKoop F v M IIl IVOTES AND 6OMME1NT8 J Octobers Party r By George Cooper ctpber gave a party T lje Jeaves 3y L hundreds cajne V The lASihes Oaks and Maples andv i aves ofevrynthne The Sunshine spread a caijp t andQ everything was grand Miss WeatIried the dancing Prof Wind the band lthel3 he Chestnut caine Inxello Oaks in crimson djcessedj k fThe loyely Misses Maple in pUrpte 5looked their best All balanced to their partners and- gay1yfiutteredby J The EIght wits liko a rainbow new fpHen from the sky Theninthe rusty hollows J at hid anQ seek they played The party dosed at sundown and everybody stayed Lxr5qL Wind played louder they flew i alqng the ground tA1idf vhands all round lrrAli1l31dtOn circuit court aunougi its members may not have been flare of the fact made a narrow tescape from making itself iambus Indeed this grand jury t wasoi the road to fatnawitha flyinjstart and a down hill pull AVhenlit found JtselJf suddeniy up against a stone wall in the shape Qfa heartless Commonwealths Attorney who rudely dispelled t the little dream of feme by whispering to the ambitious grand jurymen the infq mat ol that they were on the Vergerof making fools of theinseives TJiey were adnaonished drop it to think thesecond Umeor I p rhpsitwas Le first time 1eat5tbey were advised to think and Ifomllast accounts those jrang jurymen vere engaged ijp the laborious operation of think 1dayt 1 was passsd to the grand jury ropm by way pi a certain refor mer and self constiluted gunrs ai nof the morals of the tciwnf tother effect that he good ladjese of the place were almost daily committing an offense against lawaod contrary tri the peace and dignity of the Commonwealth Idi that such conduct should be investigdted Accprdr rngly tbejjrand jury proceeded to get exceeaingjy Tjusy In yes tigations of night ridingShoot ings unlawful wniskey selling and even crap games were passed up Biere was evidence of a crime much greater even t han any of these The ladies of Springfield were suspected of playing progressive euchr 1 And playing for prizes tpp This woud ntyer dp Prompt action was imperative Sheriffs were sezit out in all directions with summonses for these wick ei ladies to appear forthwith before b augustbody and tel what thy knew and tpliow cause ifaIlV why they shoud hot be indicted and held touc count for this orfecse against the peace and dignity pf the Commonwealth TbesheriffJ roundinguptwo dei5 who presented themselves duly and dutifully before that WbltItranspired sefsion the outside world IS not supposed to know but at ab ut this jjuncture iin the proceedings There name a significant halt A friend it is said kindly despatched a word of admonition to the effectLthat the Washington coun yj grand jury as a body was abput to make a fool of itself rhw thing of attempting tn prosecute progressive e players has been uchreI in the courts elsewhere uefeiye the Court of Appeals passedon the question Byh9SI possibility can it be cons rued into gamblingl lor the element of betting winning and loss does tot enter into the thlrg ataW SJ2he only excuse we might offer fur this recent acton the par t of be grand jjury jis that of igriq rauce ofthe iiaiUre of thJiame hat of which thev are endt av rug to makes o much Weare villin to wager that sce9ibpse grand jurymeQ dp no wr the difjferenpe betwllnt n11 progssiyeeucbre iiaybiler giime t fu OBACCpvCol rohnJ Me Eiro has received from his nephew Emmet PMcElpy ipf Kansas City a hand of fine Burley tooaccQ which was grown on the farm ofMrUughL McElroy by VS Pfatt a rot tner county man The tobacco fve as grown from seed sent from this place and is pure white Burley Tjie specimen ofthis- MISSOUgLQLW1LtQbadco lso fie quality and is pronounced by judges of good tobacco to be equal to any Kentucky grown Burley The pomtis this4The aguauon about the growing of tobacco and the night rider trcJubies iri Kentucky bus direc ted the attention of other states and experiments are beingmade ia tile cutiyalioh bf the Ken tucky product and these experi m nts bave gone to show that Kehucky is by tip means the only state whiih can produce aIgood quality of Burley The result wiLlproabiy be that the Kentucky tobacco men WiLlC wake up to a tealization 6f the fact too late that they have killed the goose that laid the golden e ggAs soon as it becomes apparent to farmers of other states that they cad produce a marketable quality of Burley tobacco it may be expected that they will take advantage tim opportunity and pf the high prices to do so Tickling tight coughs can surely and quickly loosened with a grescrip t1 Druggists are dispensing everywhere as Dr Shoppa Cough Remedy And it is to very very different than different than common cough medl j1absolutlhe tender lea flungj becurativ plShoopTslcav shave the power to calm the uadistiessinCoughaicLto soothe tnclbeal the most sensitive bronchial membrane Mothers shonld 1r- afetys sake alone always demand Shops It can with perfect edo be given tientheyoung stb s Test it younself and see Sold by Red Cross DrugStore Fell FiftylEeet t I f 6tlay CprnH4idsi r4f this city was found dead under the Louis vile fBourthern trestle near Bondyille Saturday morning The young m niilis said had gone Lawrepcebargthe e en ing before for whiskey and that night was seen to Poard a freight to come to Barr dsburg The supposition is that when the freight stopped on the trestle Cornelius believing it was at depot stepped joff and fell about J tifiy feet ard ddoubtwasln stat tly killed Next morning a Mr Johnson was rjding unc1er- tb trestle after cattle and foun- dtbebody He notified Mr Yocum the depot agentat liod lIe who no itied Coroter Gibbs at this pace and the officer went down and held an inquest after which tho body- was broughtttotbehQme of his5- x e1iuEltinthispainter and about 22 years of age He was granted a-fdivQr e from hjs wife two days before he met his death Funeral ser vices were held at the hcimeof his mother Sunday by Rev LPp Roblnfcon and the loterment- look place in Spring Hill cemetery HaYrodsburg Herald It isnt so difficult to strengthen weal Stomach if one goes at itcor- rectly And this is true of Heart an Kidneys The old fashioned way o dosing the Stomach or stimulating the Heart or Kidneys is surely wrong Dr hOOP first pointed out this error Go to the weak or ailing nerves of these organs said he Each inside organ has its controlling orjuide- nerve When thesevnerves fail the these nerves fail then those organs must surely falter This vital truth is leading druggists everywhere to dispense and recomtgend Dr Shoops Restorative A few days test will wIll t lt Sold by Red Cross Drug Store x Clild In t ntly Killed The little son of Mr ilburl- lrUJnrkwho lives near Hcly- cross was killed instantly one- day last vvegk The child had gone tof the woods ftlibis ttiher and pnotner In who c were sawing timber and ws Jleaning against at log which they were cutting off Wnen the lop I was servefed it rolled over the child s body crush g i1C se erely t I rheJboyt j curredLebaron Enterprise sEVEN EARS oJt PROOF I have had teveri years ofploof that Or Kings New Discovery Is the bet medicine to take for coughs aajl for every diseased condition Iofthroat chest or lungs saysW V Henry of Panama Mo The world f3tatb at remedy for coughs and colds la grippe asthma hay lever bronchitis hemorrhage of the l ntrimd the early stages of consuta pi ion It timely uie always prevents the devolop meat of poeqtuonia Sold under guarantee at Haydon Robertsons drug store SOc and 100 Trial bot tie free HUCKLEBERRY FARMINQ Agriculture With a Match In the Tin ber Regions It may seem Iiirredlblo tn thoscJ who have never lived in or trnvellj much thipugb timber districts where the huckleberry Is Indlgcnqus sald iUlthcof such district but It tea frtctj that there Isn tribe of shiftless perso jIn all such regions Tvho systematically and without regard to law property oMife set Ore to woods or cut ote land adjacent to woods simply to In crease the area of huckleberry bushes lhpre Is only one way In which Jthetto owu up Inch of land If he has the title toe one sjmple luclfer match he con put thousanfls of Acres under culti vation In a very short time 4ne tins only to light the match and touch It to the dfy leaves and branches oh the ground either In arly spring- or HUe fall nud hls cultivation Is soon underway No matter what grew on the ground before fire swept It bare huckleberry bushes will ftever fall to- sprhigupI luxuriantly from the ashes and scorched soil They will be In abundant bearing the next season What the result way have been In toss off life or property does Snot concern the persons who reap the bciioflt Maui of tho fires that devastate our- rorests every year may5lie fraced to reckless and deliberate making r improving of huckleberry patches I remembertone instance particularly wheretc ECttIig fire to the brush on a huckleberry barrenIni jiorthern Penn sylvanla resulted infra forest fire that swept over a 10000 acre timber fract doing Incalculable damage to the stand Ingi timber and reducing to ashes 50 000 feet of logs and lumber nud 30 Ocords of tanbark representing a money value of nearly 750000 Tw n ty persons were burned to death andI thirty so badly burned that seven of them died from their Injuries The huc ieberry crop gathered from thisI cultivation of that barren waste per haps realIzed 20Cf tp the cultivators Washington Post Pelican and Flaming The hook otthe pencan blltis red and undoubtedly the fable that tbf pelican feeds its young with blood from Its own brest originated In the birds Jiablt of pressing the bill upon the breast In order to mote easily empty the pouch when the red tip might be mistaken for blood Another explanation Is thai the pelican became confused with the flamingo which discharges inp the mouthof Its young a Becretloff which In color resembles blood HOW IS YOUR DIGESTION Mrs Mary Dowllntr of No 228 8th Ave San Francisco recommend a remedy for stomach trouble She says Gratitude for the wonderful effect of Electric Bitters in a case of acute indigeatipn prompts this testl monlal I am fully convinced that for stomach and liver troubles Elec tric Bitters is the best remedy on the market today This great tonic rand alterative medicine invigorates thesjBtcm purfles the blood andiis especially helpfnl in alj forms of female weakness SOcf at Haydon i liobertsOn s drug store Even he Harh Embarrassed In thr rashloimblo ret taurant by the menus written In French the Wall street roan ot busl ness exclaimed Hang these fr Ids entrementsf and hors doeuvres ilrlng me a plate of good plain hash f youve got ocb o thing on the prea a You menn ut ella ptdrldat sir said tile Her a tone of dignified afterwardTCfticlndf nati Enquirer PerhsHe Was One pupil whimpered tb the nut Our teacher ISR egular duffer The professor who had Just putn- questlonto the e ass thought they boy rwas fniujlnga reply anil said Come arenrightPathflnde Kodol containa the jme digestive juices that are fpi tndl in aji ordinary heaithy stomach and there there fore no question bit what any form Of btomach jrocbleL indigestion or nervous dyspepsi vI11 yield ra i1y yet naturally to i shfort treatment of Kodol Try it tojUy on our guarantee Take it for a little while 1tha f is all you will njed to takeKo dol digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet It is old by Red Cross drug itoro NWIHS 5ALV CARIIL1ZEI WITCI KAZEL fo Plis lurrie irpi The Burley Society In as much as the country has- beuffdodedwith false and mis leading statements in regard to the Burley Tobacco Society its purposes its management and Its prospects we believe it an opportune time to correctS tnese statements and lufornr our mem Tsers In ihe first place why this great interest in the welfare of tfhQ grower on the part of the newspapers warehousemen speculators andtrust buyers an jinterest which is newborn and tbepricesWdowntroddet and the trust held undisputed sway in the tobacco trade This interest and these misstatements and criticisms peoplewhosponsible for lawlessness and who have not looked deep enough into the situation to find out that tnis lawlessness is caused fty previous 1aw essness on the part fthe trust and is the blind effort dt d few unreasoning men wrongwithbaobecause they themselves- are hurt With these exceptions these false statements come from venal sources from men whofor a consideration or irpm private interest seek tOyOVgr J throw this organizatiun of farmers A great outcry has oeen made about extravagant salaries it i sufficient answer to statelb ugh over four million dollars haye been distributed to the growers not one cent of salary has beefr paid to arty member of the Dis trict Boards the Eiecutivje com uiittefeor thb President himself And when salaries are voted and paid they will be so reasonable that no fairuihded grower will grudge one cett of them to the men who have doethe work planned the bnsniess and stood the attacks and bfiticism of tthe whowished Uie failure of the movement But in spiteofall of this wfc presentI a sJid front The Burley Tobauco Society StilL exists and U doing business at Winchester and our prospects are brighter than ayer We have orders for 1907 tobaccp which iif tilledl will consume nearlytai- loftbatcrop Tha crop of 1908 watcutout bey qd our most sanguine expectations apd the jgreat drouth has still turtber diminished the avai1be supply Lat every farmer and every county hurry in their saniples so that the 1907 crop can be priced and both crops sold Above all let every farmer djiscourage iqtefliperata talk and more intemperate acts Law laud order are worth more than all tobacco crops Lawlessness and the fear of lawlessness have done U8 an incalcuble injury The Society has never counte nanced any yiptation of thelaw We believe in the majority ruling but wef insist it must rufe by lawful m ans aud not by force4We insist that thosp Wi o have entered into contracts shall qe made to abide by their contracts but only by process oflaw SOcrETYjBy3 You can cure dyspepsia indigestion sour or weak btomacn or in fact any fQrm of stomach trouble if you will take Kodol occasionally just at the times when v tin ed it Kodol does not have to be taken all the time Ordinarily you only take Kodolnowl and then becaaBe it completely di gests all the food you eat and after a few days or a week brso thestpmach can dIgeatthe food without the aid of Kodol Try it today we kuqw whit It will dp for yoq Sold by Red Cross drug store Vf ANTEDJ s u c C E S S MAGA ZINE requires the services of a mSn in Spiin fleld to look arter expiring subscriptions and tose cure new business by means orl effeCjtiVeione with experience but would consider aty applicant with good salaryloption Address with reference rR C Peacock Room 102 Sue cess Magazine Bldg New York u r Real the formua Oa a box of Pink PalnT bleb hen askyour Doctor it there is a better one Pain means congrstTonTblood pressure so ewh6re fDr Shoopa Pink Pain Tableta cheek head pIps womanly pains pain ny where Try one and see 20ior 2Sc Sold by Ued Crosflhru Store h PROVED HIS SPELLING j An Incident lnlhe Career of Stephen A DoUglas An amusuig Incident Occurred in Mc Lean county at the ilrtt court which Stephen A Douglas the famoui pelltlcaii attended after his election as prosecuting attorney There were 1mzuProfessor 4Jlen JOhnson In his lifeof i itorneylthe county MCieau instead ofMcLean i His professional brethren were greatly amused at this evidence of Inexperl ence and made merry over the blunder I Finally John T Stuart subsequently Douglas political rival moved that all the Indictments be quashed Judge Logan looked atvthe discomfited youth and asked what he had to say to sup port the Indictments p Smarting tinder the gibes of Stuart Douglas replied obstinately that he had nothIng to say aahfr supposed the court would not quash the indictments until the point had been proved This answer caused more merriment but the judge decided that the court could not rule upon the matter ntlf the pro cjjse spelling in1 the statute creating the county had been ascertained JKo onO doubted what the result would be but at lleast Douglas hatf ihe satififactloft ot causing hlscrijlcs sdrac delay for the statutes had tobepro cured frdm anmdjolning county To the astonishment of court and bar and of Douglas himself It appeared that he had spelled the name correct ofthesustained all the indictments The youpg attorney was in high feather triumphTheBon henceforth vhe would admit noth lag and require his opponents to prove every thJngl that bore upon the case in hind Hit Curiosity Satisfied A wealthy tradesman who had been tEnglandrtookArmed with a letter of Introduction from his Beth phyglcinn ib n profes oldgentJemnnsctway he said to himself dwonder what Dr BJank has advised the Brls to physician tn regard to my cnsej openedDear Doctor The bearer Is a tat Wilt lilat5aurA clergyman writes Prfiv ntiqs those little Candy Cold Cure tables are working wqpdeiin my parwh- Preveatics surely will check a old or the Grippe In a very few hours And pievcn tics are so safe apd hnrtnUssj JIo Quinine nothing harsh nor sickening Fine for feverish restless children Box of 48 at 25c Sold by Bed Cross Drug Store tLNEW YORIC WAITERS They Spoiled the Appetite of the Transplanted Citizen These New Yorh waiters haveS got on my nerves saM a transplanted citizen front n smaller town DinfhR In the magnificent hotcls and restau rants SVOUIdIe A Joy If sfflbe orie would kindly remove the waiters while you ate I can think of nothing but the big blnck linzcards that hover over your bead In Florida There art mary wilter3 standing nrpuuilill in Iilnck and they loolrso big vnd get their faces or their hands close to you ami your dinner tbut you feel like throwing the china at them When 50111 wiltor hew disappeared a smaller edition keeps right after you filling your glass rciuqvl gt dishes glv lug you wore butter and iltyou look awayfrom him the bead waiter has bls eye on you The most maddening thing of all tom Is the way the waiter orders Jour dinner for you One took me In baud the other night and 1 let tjlm have his way Just to see what be would do tome I bate fish but be averred that fish was the best thing I could enfaud one particular dish was the chefs inns terpiece He brought It and ye sods it was fish all greasy with dope made of cheeSo and mushrooms that about finished me but fortunately be only let me tnkq two bites when he whWkcd my plate way and set down a salad that bad fevernr kinds of fruit laced tpletrnce leaves with strips of red and green peppqrs and lFrench dress- Ing over tbnkI I baely looked at that when be took it away In triumph and gave me art Ice cream thick WIth chest nuts and fruits Now I dine on rare roast beef plain lettuce and never take dessert so you see bow near he came to suiting me Come again sir said he Not If Im conscious said INew York Times BIu Drinks u Champagne is golden said a bar tender bper is amber claret is red cream of mint Is green whisky brown punches are white but ypti will never never fled lJf drink that Is blue Doesnt the thought of a blue drink seem unpleasant toyouY Blue drinks could be cAgllr made but thQ public would have none of them Nothing blue would go down with the public Why Is this aversion to blue so general Many reasons have been Advanced but none of them jr good One Is that blue being the color of poison bottles Incites distaste IQt horrorrNew Y6rk Press ATJNY BABY cant tell you in words what the trouble i but if its complexion gets pasty itit gets weaker and ireakeri loses flesh and Is cross and peevish you can be certailtI that itha worm Give It Whites Cream Vernilf fer guaranteed harmless Expel the worm and puts the baby In a bfiaUHy toorrokl condition SQl by Tte i Crow DrugStore TN HM Is EHY Torcure 4ypepittt5gly aW- 1JHrC oetLfliJraL 1IOdrAiDfA1j zi t toI1ntLsus 5UUUttmV 1111SflI1fNIau i T j2 L f In i S Pe5sa i S toiiJepthspoliceman ibis aft riKx a4M land instantly killW Si llcAJttx colored who was reftr twiosOtienegroshead ri1PIeIthbitpa- ssed d through the 1l Is J j woildbavskilledtha This afternoon Chiftf oi rutiusj Smith was notified thi c4fM apd another negro Tom TorMr Tnrterhad goa Lwr et burgln a buggy for thp giOf of bringing bsoka iemot of whisky Britton wt juror ii as a policeaian ani attitto jw outskirts of thcity to iiitiroejB t ra1Whenwhere the officer was Ijingin3 wait Brittou baIt g hiL Tt OCCQPaJits of the buggy a ktd Brittin what fight nbad id stop them when Britton replied tthatf he was antOfficerv lleAfee tp d Britton he could iotisroht- heirt bpggy at the MBM tiepulling apigfor which be pointed at Britton Britten than pilied his pistol Nijpfd begag ttiuc Britton is a brother of WiUitm Britton wljio1 wasoaCof the pai cicijpants in ther svrett dueL Here three years ago wliea ib JS- Dt Or Black the DUree Hifl ty repfesf htitive in tIn i rAsh ture and WiteP St t4a jMkteoii keeper were killed tMtbtx brother Fred Brittorf kilM a man naiucdShoeuiake at AJtow III about five year afiro Britton cjaims self dtfeiMe B th t killing of theBtf McJLCt this afternoon an4 tbaJta e U 61r Tom Turner IIp4nJy ex onerates the ott fr RZII 16 years of tfgeJuMl tI44Mc- Afee WlfJOyet agdMd is said ito have been aelltaic Vbtskey here illexaliy ever ioel- ical option we t ialo eiIfto paMwashis examing telil ABrlkeal That pain in your kaek cann t kjr- umbagOj stiff jB cleso a atraia w an easy thijBff teget il4t of BallaM Snow Liniment cure ImaWfoi tif mddclei rheomatisA Mralms ctiburns brub ssqalda kid jQl cke and pains You tited a t1eh yo house Get itat the edCreM icrf store WHiT COLCmi SesTgU The Wayth Sf 4rin p Bsait MM bHia4ltri When foe lights a taN suIpkes match lathe dtrkR is wdk wWtoift notice what kaa Fiwt H1 w phorus gives oat falftt ytH w M and almost at the sam tjMie awjstf phur begins to bera wKk tiMJ beaaisSks yet the laMe yicMc JIttItiPt Iqa monien1wt two JIM we it1 match takes freM tks a s4Mi of clear irhltf 11e ht tMIi1ertfil wk of the materials of the jiwrte lto phosphorus falphar aa4 wdisshon la burning Iritk a eec fI- fewn ls In a street Hgfctcd brwWkir aM gastlie eye detectzatatdfer- eace f betweea Ute wkstt myt f tfce one And tbe jellew JMMM tf tIe thic- it nitrate efstrantla Ite toatreb- ave a splea red s Icopper burn witi a g4w eC gwiaaipii bee aa4 a 1e pwe W S te W4 wbea flllagg ef Mae are Jiprttitt TMee and other Mek Mbsteaeta f sik atj maker et Ireworka ifitii kk patetteki ltocketi reesa CAadIsa ut bhsall derive their baty hs th1 cia tints which artMel the ejMkwtfesi olf their ingre4 krti An a r who has eaci leEs tk tsw pec IMur to commas salt iIW a lief Ilia they trace tke elY is fvtiMff sky wm always kIIOWW4h iiwhen be aii tlwee cetew aIsk Sir John Henc1tl was Je Jut W riaderstand tkat c4ejm at tfcis bW tell a wonderfai story eiiri taJeWj hbw the stars varied ta teMkat 3U debaran was rWy AxttilnM jettew and Blrius the a oet jlsriiae ii el White Might not the eN StJ 1i4r lame 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jJtL 4i t I1= f s a 0 TV i a tIt K eaj fGrWI i be pI- JE sangUcaL of his uule Mr ffm ADdeMou Btfmfilijl ti bki kaJIred LAIJ in1 were tjues qf GW- 4ok aiA fmfl Beday MIlTobici has trud rapM1i yisi tt T Mmr tn Will BckaiIP- ittmatoWnn iilit Haiti Log don ifftht froB iba7 until Mordtj with bMTo vs1Rotri MratMaripn rWieaetQfMCKville U KtMlJuie Hinrabao of near i iImI im p1iauv guest- f t Tobin this weekJ tM kses Jlllil8Acfra Canary and fijttYp Penwiclt bf Fwwick jrr8dtufday fcigbt with Miss M btTLuIdaJ t MI3 Maggie Hiatt was the w 1o Mia iiia Fen wick lit1 tbepydot SundayItMiiK Sadie JPehwick his re yipleastptisito8bockjiig and havline corn is all fjpo iu outfaBsylit town Mrs Bettie Can aty was th- eaeofMrat F S Lifeey Sun y i ifr Arthur Fauth visiting b i icraHdaiGther Mrs Hen rj W bit oiaa near Booker th s ijrlieki 5h jkstfool at this place is pr6grfMMniKr Jiicely QJJd rthecare ot Miss Bessie Sweeney as acMr v spentTMbr t ITS A CRIME 3 ISIJe t1Car health The worst Id cic t tkai jrou can be fulltrof o allow constipattoH billiousJesB or aoj Hvec er bowel troubla to 3ontla e It ti p1ening you entirejsysteinand any 1to a nerlous chxoniodls ase 3kf Bll rQl8 Herblneand get abs- Qltelyl well Tlenre cure ior any luii aili trp bles cf the stomach liver amd w JsOld by the Red Crosi ihr C store iL ji SXirkIii utlIwvUrr Oacar Brown has booghttcthe JeSe Core property from Mr1IQ W Jenkins Price 1 090k o Mr Ed Burr and Miss Sarah MraeliT wire quietly married at Rev T G Denniss last We- deayaidi also Mr Eister Sa- ttMyan4t MJse Cordia Shelton t w DugansuleTiu r Yocuni and vMss Olive ti g wpd on the same dayv Mrv Luther Derringer anfl leavinghet J IntSundayeinggotina QiroMin and Sattqrly striking Cterrm er three times He isin a dangerous cJIldiu9hat this B w IMrKirIlan his weekJ Mr Lud Cornishis dangerous 11 jUt this writing hMrhis bcca Mr kPrjeel34cMri G G Giitton and wife of SatterlydfiiIyJjast Saturday was called y at evGarIrdpiIOr Icomingar AtJ am Anting od marriage I will speak of one more MrJBdtar Yager and Miss Iva Seas after fpar successive years io- oorthip were quietly marrier GlpCrn perii 1TbKirkltlud neigbborboud lastSOtto Colvin the little on of Mr Ocr Colvro The bereaved have the sympatby of tile Kirk iaad community Alargecrowdof thsc tmu t pity spent a tine day at th4 Ken iucky High Bride j last YVedu UPkowingpatudyMrJeovIinl WJ 40wned in about fouteen f tOt alndlgG ttie cave Xeanedys Lifxatlc C ub Srup HOtef heats tIttIoi ii allaj s11rtion J ceuatotl id the WBjjjh bUt It mo rs thebowe1s gently iijidiErthat t raytIrI isthecld from 1I IyMa Coi alaapo pUt s It hplaattoj fakcand chidrt n es fceklly like1 tile iAst t sonearlI1 like drugStoreWIIIiburg The Ladies of the Maccabees ppeiSaturdayOA9 cordially invited u attendS Wiipraniise Jbem plenty to eat TI4rs will te wl kbouquel Qf brMbl rojee givHi to the jLosti populr 101Uatdy i MI Matie Brown sjfltkfew JJaJt with frif dg at Mack vSttsthisweek fj I pCiwi l brA liiley wa Surfed kt Imt Tnurrday A very JI if crowd attyni the funeral IcyLpahtcthl jli jjal1d wife of rV8Ii ting their IIOI Ill t slakyi4d the p0 bLMV lIlralLrBBomfng aad dateed their paly 4 r z t f 1 i WE START THE SEASON ik4 k l fr i i p r t Jr it J r j RIJ Jrr With a Flood of Money Savers f tj 1 t i J itii t5 4 I II I you f tt to share in this bargain feast you will miss some of the greatest opportunities that willbe presentedthis 4 4ji i4Iiir seaso 1 tccillsc iDreM Goods f 50m Panama 50c 541 neb Broad Cloth 100 36in Wool Serge 50c 25in Herri ny bone Serge 100 42in Wool San Toy 100 y1505tloLaqipsOI 54iri RepeUant 50c I GUNNTNGHHM coj1l2 n III rkchild olio age three sears We th eply sympathize wIth the bei reaved t Vlfor we knpw how Lgardn ear and deatc5Jj8MUL God nows best when he calls themI rn i i DeWItta Kidney and Bidderpnhlo are unequaled iu cases of weak back backache inflamatlon of the bladder rheumatic pains and all urinary die orders Ehey are rnilseptio Slid act promptly lJont delay for delays are dangerpns Get DeWitts Kiddie and iy adder piUS sold by Bed Cross drug 0f WORE OcTHEBYER I Feats Performed by This Indus trious Little Worker A CLEVER HOUSE BUILDER HIIs Capable of Constructinga Dwell jn0 as Large Though Not So High asa Small Haystack and HCon Cut Dow Trees With His Teeth Jlmos overy ont knows Boracthlng about tlu beaver and that it buildaldams find bouses to dwell Id but very few lsele have cifll beavers In theIr wild state It Ls also a fact that the race of liulustrl is little workeni Is rapidly dli pptriug In the older die trhtR bcuvers anorclly live In the banks of the striims they InhibIt und the sight of u laver house Isr uncommon cncrsdo SIFtrcourse SI 1e113wholIlyThey nre never placed in deep Iwnthouse to stand on reaching up to the surface smce the chamber inhablfed by the occupants must he dry The shape of those houfeea on the shore appf caches the conical Those Iu the W8terare more irregular sometimes only rounded at others long end rather flat on top Wlthiu each house and connected I wJe water by concealed I through which the beavers pass ttupisstLgeI trolstbe chamber whlcbls tbe nut mats dwelling place It jla large enough to contain seven or ejght of bem and high enough so thn t 4 beaver can con venlenfly sit bti Ills 1fori his habits Tbe toed of the beaver consists chicly of the green bark of twiga and young llmbsbf varlOBs treeg Cotton wood bark is preferred then comes otalaIo j UNERWEARjens Fleered Ribbed Underwear 50c 7dmen Fine Ribbed Vest and Pants5OcI 100WomtQs50a v MISPQS Fine Fleeced Vest and Pants 35c Misses Fine JPleeced Union Suits 5OctBoys Fleeced Ribbed Shirts and Drawer 50c 0 Boys Silver fleeced Union Suits 85c i nave imowu tnem 10 eat pine ana cutSlet at the smaller limbs which they i eat I have seen cottonwoods twenty nhes in diameter so cut and once on Vancouver island I found s cedar two and qriehalf feet through which they bad gnawed down The work of cutting downa large tree is done byaslngle animal I have seen the beaver engaged lin the Theltthe tree and witl4 Its fdre paws rest ling against It with its head turned op oife side he cuts groove above and then onE bqlow ani bItes out the chin taking It off in almost the sumo way a3 axnian would 4 He thus saves himself the trouble of gnawing all the wood up into fine cuttings When th6 tree Is felled the wtfole community attack and cut JJp the tender limbs carrying them away tto the cache Unlike many of our gnawing auK tbrougbitbeventuring abroad during the whole of tthe cold weather He must therefore have foQd and a large past of the Bummer and autumn is devdted to so curing this food and depositing It In caches This food consists pf the llimbs and twigs of the trees most pn ferred by the beaver They are cue from one and a half to three feet long stripped of their leaves and smaller tjvfgs carried to the water and floated to the cache where they are sunk And here cornea a very curious point These sticks tire floated to the cache and are sunk by tile beaver to the hot tom of the water where they remain without coy apparent anchorage They are not stuck in the mud of the bot toni or held dowh by weights Itl yqu lift one to the surface it will float but you may move It about on the bottom without ts rising- I have myself tried this with stick from which the bark has been eaten but have never done so with the greenS unpeeled limbs before thb beavers bail taken Ujero into their bouses This matter to me Is a very mysterious one and I have never been aiile to get any hint as to bow these sticks Were sunk All through the winter the beavers visit these caches carry the sticks to their houses where they eat off the bark returning the bare sticks to the water Sometimes it may hajipcn that for some reason or other the cache may not contain enough to last the whole winter In this case the beavers It possible get on land through pome sir Indthntoly n combination of P nrcity and severe weather may oblige the colony to eml grate during the winter to aomewort favorable spot Caurtlng Trouble theietJbej t MotDOtpJCktThen replied Mr apeck1w It was no otlwr Wily eye do yt per tatTT Judft OLOTflIiG1Ha- rL 1 Scbaffnerv Marx Suits 18 00 to 3000 i Mach Berman Cods Suits 5O0to2OCL IH A Seinssheimer SsGtit Youth Suits 500 to1250 tf A Beinsheimer JosQhU drens Sui 250to7fO Mens 52in Overcoats 750 to 2500 MensainCoatst5O to 2000 f OUth8Jt Overcoats 350 tto 120 Childs Overcoats 125 to 750 I8 W Nov ty Suits 1400 to 27 50JT t Hats All ot the teat Mil and Win ter Chapes In Mens Bats SS1 We cordially inv t rYOU to visit us before T maJcingV your pur r chasesS KILL THE COUCH All CURt THE LUNC8 WITH Dr I I Nsw Discovsry IIFOI C3fSflXTZ I AlII ALLTI IATAIILUNSTIOIIRLEL GUI3AXTUDSATIPAOTOZoz FOR THE HOUSEWIFE Utes Far Salt Ill the teandry a handful of Ialtput preventcolors and the woolen artlcles A pinch In the starch will prevent it from sticking to the Iron and a rough Iron may be smoothed by rubbing tin line dry salt If new prints axe soaked In strong salt water IwUlkeeptkeIan or chronic sore throat an4 an outwkrd application will attackottortboeethlngbatbol IsJ very refreshing Remevlnr Jren Rust To remove iron rust from garments spread the stainedportion pyer a bowl containing a quart of water and a somelhydro l If not re moved use the same method until the Btaia dteappears Another remedy to lemon Juice aqd salt Sprinkle the stain well with salt asfl moisten with lemon juice Lay In the sun to dry and the tao will be 11kglyurhftVutier tawc- AK excellent savce for boiled or broiled fish is made by cooking three tableepoonfuls adOpaudraerB parsleyIf ckopped fine re used Insteai1et ike athb4esjoolold be added to the aakcc Tbe dreBslng can b6 usedeftber lOt j or cow sa preferred Mg4e Pftllshlnf Cleihs Wix two lpounds ef whiting and one ga110ufitIB this co p mnd soak flannel fg of the klred she tke wriiig Qt1t and tokeept1em j Tke e cloth will jive a lue glow j silverware and will at coil the toI and will prsre their poltehlng HomeCoa Linens and Cottons Bet Bordered CiiCosr5 Hoosier jCJotlkn 5c x r Hope Cotton 8 c v Apron Ginghams 6c Canton FJahneil 5c Bleach Outing Qcj i15 in Linen Ura3h1Oc r 1 CLOAKS r zjy 30J Misse and Childrens Cloak t5tk ttan redpavy and CopfenhagBn HUN hegretdisplay of loaks ever shown in llm marke fW b4thit 4 r T and will make prices to move tbeca S P J 4 hWomcns 1 i sb- tIu rrrsrLJrCf25 t h r 1f4ir A 0 lQE yS rf Jiv Fioersheims Fine Shoes for i PAtent Ian V tndOXb1 od for 5 00 Douglass Fine Shoes in Patent Tan and Oxblood for 350 j C t Douglas Shoes for Bovs in Patentt andiTjia 250t Krippendorfpittman Uds rfihe Shoes for Women250to4OO C E Shoes for Women in Kid Box Calf and Kangaroo Cajf 175 v aE Shoes for Boys in Patent Bor Call and Kangaroo 175 to 250 4 JFullstoclr JIi I Blanketst 12 worth 3 50 for 2 50 124 Blankets 1COO for 700 j 114 All Wool Blan kets orth 800 fop 6 00i- 114A11 n Wdol Blankets Worth 6S60 j Itt4 AlltWooJJ Blankets 300 4pocn450 Full size Bed Comforts for f1 00 Fulf size White Cotton filled Comforts 1 50 t gUkdline Comforts QOtOj 3501 Vt N SS 1 T i WallPaper K 35 740c 6 up each macidrsattRchmen a 1 I the Ibw r fUilClaci Womens ifejt felv heavily tUAa Menrin Blankets Allwool fOr5OOi r it o CARPES r f Sr t 5 ttt 1 t J tlfj iCottonIngraih Capets35 Arr r if tISUnion Ingi aJn CarIetst4Qc 1 t r r C Ingrain CarpetsOk 50qJt fExtra ElP Carpets5ei t V t0 t1i Taetry Carpets 70c to 90c t JIfi aIf if J t J hfl3 rlx 000 1 t Axwirnster f Z iCarpets1I5 t F9x1J Tapestrv RJ St11 d Uxl2Tapestry i fallt1250j i- 9x2 elveVRyg100 t 4 1fit fiit 11 9c1Axmiiiste Igs O 1 JJi j f 1 iiSSpedials pf+ L I LACECURTAfNs l oSS600iBCO 9urt iWfor4 500LceCUrtajnfO400SI t Lace C rtaiu 50LaceCurtaiusfot5 1 r tW JI5Q r f 7 r 7f3O0Laie Curtiifor 225 d 7 J2 Lace Ouxtiint y I root 1 jj- 200LeCurtanaIdr5O2f Jff Lac Jurtains for OOi ioo Lace jurtqinsfor 6tSi2i t 1 f t tt0Ctain fiti i DUNGgN lX p t 5aa HHC nSS + t I Lt1 DEMOREST SEWIM I NMlltiNES l1ke Machine WtttaReptat01l 1 r J A tit 5cr Sold excustvely by J tJfQ1tfl861t 1 f I4S 1 If tJi cO a i 0 4 Amchine is like a clock otr watehyon want goul one njnrCe t tataLr The Dmoret Ml uneti are the bpiccri- tl1 i r I the best for the price litey c sy ieafUI iitig i 4 vitpF lI grades theta Our Dos opularsU ttiia otw lIi j7i c rZ lustred abpve Tb frame 1sf pleithd qusiity ok a f r issubetantitIl 9Jitt iu event detaiL tiropihpd t kq itS f s I oneoZt1ies C dea 1spf of improved IOyear rantee nil for price yf I 1 f s a Re N A 332338 W Market St 319 Aye x t j f 7t 00 for i 50 fi j tii ih50 inn of = 1fr iFr I on aUMheEin wi1hin rI 1 200 miles of 7j iallIad Fares Klr- dilitopllltf thel JpgasN fourth Ingrain PS1689 Fright prepaid Luiville wfwttRc KCOJ toTtheLMA LQUISVILLESe TItSsKY T i I lt t rf n r w r rE T BR CT BUHTGN 1 lDEN f DNTST tttnICTE8tL THflPAIN t t tlPagLiKT t Jt t tg lrSfrIC1trJ 4 Lr FiiitcI1s 14 1i LJt MUDD 1c M1aftill f H4I Sires J i 1bours 8 Q9 1 t 2 pm1 l O4P OV Esyi eu Drugb re- a 1 = D meet OPetiSIt I t Po NLi Mea4 iic Wo 38 J WFGR1GSB- YAtoEYi AT LAW 1Ik 3 4vf tq lL xY i t DrIt w HYATT- ovetttf Rcd Uros Drng 0 rcehour ilystt1O30 cn4to 5 p11m tfjQ NlY MAYfS fi iiCTURR + J tEnEnlMilME citflriT4lf MIHGWJ t ij f K H ijt miceiTSt tJ IP wjnvit our Wasbington and e SDjanty inends when in It Uu1t tidt JCLoking fop jt p1ctpstop to calll on usv Re I p ye eyr1- 1 rlfC iiFlrDj d1 ooms r f iebweiwi11 l tfof d er for ilm ftQrrqb1stytriiaSonr eir ikie1 ltLidnth rtbes cor f erfS cieiItband Market Sts hyjJ4WjmsattI I iTL 1nonele t s of fashingtn OR1- lj l sptIngP1eId Choicec t F i Manutacturdb- Y I 1J94Jitboe co f W 1Jt higf nfua 4t t vtr price tQrlrain t r i 1yo w 6t tle Best FLQUR sk your recerfor BACK ACHEthe 1dheYre d ds6g their- = f toe work IIC ipuiUM s iie Taks LaiNs kNy Awl 1MboH11IIioi-J s hwlIt ysoe the catHe nt tone- e jtp t1i1tHt No Gnrntee t w1 I tM Pnr FOod and Drugs Law CXALELE stLEsNMoeW For SaLe is Springfield SNayon 6 Rpfcerts nt L 1 4 3JU v4eMcntNa UnlonJock oufty Fnoc k L Mfl1CSIS ieee e c sIpe xir k iG lJ lWQUI 11 Jhe Tlath i n Every petwMt iathis citjrwkissuf- EcsemaPimpki Da- 4tdioiscaIp i e VIIAe1i rbe pmaent Ty pf a bjr Zcmo a ckan JIfqwd exttwialose All dVtfp tt sell ZE bo d itjonJobertson t 2 I- IIti Iit0NS L I lIIii iIiLocal HiT penlii ft or lHtero The Freshestand tatt I t AHAbutYvrsIT Fiinds- L AcquaJtaicos- Itirr T e A sWANTEpTo buy a Jersey I J L Azt- FOISALDTbree icj f stovesiri jSiJfc oolyl one season cheap See t 3 pR Lawson K Kbit SALE bit jREiirMy house OB tf Lbnon street will be for Novl FOR sALETweiityve shares df itbckf in tbe Washington County FAjr Gob belon rng lo CampbeU4pplyt l The series of m hting held at the Baptist church closed Sunf djtyritb Over forty accession id the church and st general revival of the membership oaRNOn East Main fiefjTesidende with 6 rpbms all recency japred water in the vktchen Price 10 per month Gtlll on J A BouLWARE Extr 4 y J Afc BURTON Deceased i FOR ALE Second hand RoHer aU Bea rig Skates B h overhauled andjn good co ditk5n at onethird actual cot1 v John Kelly S JTjterewijrbe a special excur sion tto the foot ball game at barivflle between St Marys and U teams Saturday Train leave at llam 150 round Itrip fc 4 J Th will beabistrictre con vention of alt Sunday Schools olTi Springfield next Sunday Nov nberSat 2 30 E vety bne interested in Sunday School work iis tged to attends Mr For State worker will be pea nti 141h Abram Sidndr of Pbila delphiav an expert tobacco man itiicI Monday and till bave Charge pf the sales of toGd oat the tobacco warehouse Kir Sidnqrhas had years of exp ri ence in the tobaccp buin ssas manager of sales warehouses Tdman of extrajordihary bUsin essa1lity1 MAnrbat was unjqueandlhorou hlyenjoyable was given at the home of Mrs John Y Mayes Von Ha1Ieen Bight jThe large commodious rooms were prettily decorated withlaulumn leaves and flowers andcaiid1s set inide pumpkifs furnished the iJlumintion The diningroom presented an unusua Hy attractive appearance with the fable in the centre of the room and was decorated with wild clematis vines anpa pumpkin holding lighted candles Aplafe lunch was served and plates of giti err m and apples were on jables frota which th gupjsts neiped themselves Thfortuno tJVr and trying fortunes were pQpUiQftEmpfl18 in oue oom WterdlLuVes drappd in hit fldrc vhile other were df d1trJoJttumeanfl nasks iiep e enlin different utiohaltiesand ope r present d the much talked pf sheathe skirt andcre wq quite a godd d al of atnQsement Several ghost sTtpjies were told by Rev Rf E nsurpasseaJrecou teur Mrs T 4 Muyes 3iig a ghost song and thetparty iisbursedv ItJs said rhit some of the nervPusV ones were4 afraid to go honierin the drtrjc adq reamed of ghosts and gib lini 1Ij night A nice sum was ealized furtlie Ihurqihr f Cutting Scrape Henri Goode and JohnGrieen two ell known young farm liajids of the cuunyKgptinto UeRcation on the s rpels tt Springfi li bn Tuesday night whicK resulted in Greene being knocked down with a rock in the hands of Goode and in Gl ode ciigi a sever knife tfrouid- n the neck Judging from the lQOrtl11i1ofwitnessesi Grine cBd in his own defense in the matter Goode had sized a aige Tock xrom tile street and fad struck his opp jflenjj a sav- i re bldv oyeVthe head GrEen rose and drawing a4nita made Ho or hree ugly wQundsn hilS udvftcsarj The severest wdurid jla along tagged gishinthc p kaJ also mflicted A stab woiji ia the I ldCiiGO s wondii were dressed ancUfbey 7 arti noi J5QDsldertd dangefoua irpMBf QQO jis employed by iMr Lj ibir Bur lonnis farm while Green who isP1sQn of H ce Gfreeais ii tenant on the 1t TO PInO1i UlBftftBAr farraotMr E p Bro wn Green WAS placed under arrestLi i Big Demonstration r The biggest cembnstratioa of tliepr sent tho 1gtl jofee from i a platform iin the Cdprt JETduse yard loan aadi nce1 6t from i5O to 2000 people heJcuuirepoarkja ot the governor werrf eted with enthusiastic cheers He devoted a great jarbOf hIS talk to the Vuigl6 rider whjse outrages have done so much towards Bringing shame pn the name of Kentucky Gov Will SODS deDunciation of these out laws and i heir acts was scathing in the extreme His plea fort old Kentucky home was Eloquentli ad elfedtive rFe handled uiglit riders and law breakers without mercy and predicted that the time is not ir off when many of them would be brought to justice v After Gay WillSon had fin isbBd wib the niglit riders he launched into a clear cut and convincing argument on tQCpo itical issues JjliSj exposition of tjie weakness of Bryan policies as pfoposed bythatcandidate- wilS Comprehensive and unanr swernble x Gov Willson was almost worn out from the effects of the terrible strain he hd teen udder during the campaign but fejuaaked thatas it was ttie last speebh he Would be requirfed to make during thGcawpaignhe- would not hurry but would giva the people of Sprngfield the beshe had And he didJor everyone who heard him spoke thehighest terms Of his speech Governor Willson was let at Lebanon apd idri yen over in a currfage by Messrs Joba W Lewis WSfr1 Neiklrk ind Mar shal Duncan1 At noon Be was entertainedat dinner atV the Waltfon Hotel by the Republican coujraittee andit few invited gness In the evninge was a auestatthe home of Major and MrsJ Ti VJ1ittpji He left Oil the early trafnVTiiesclayi forT4ujvile ITo the TobaccoSWashington and Adjoirir ing Counties V fThe Washington Gounty To badbo Warehouse Oompany has oquipp d its warehouses as to conduct a loose leaf market Jor 1Ithe sale 6f the 4908 crop of tobacco in connectit5ni with the drye plant Ue are assured that buyers representing the principil to bacco m njuftctories of hetlgi vied States iIcluding5theAthi caiTToOacco Company will at tend aItaes thus securing to evjery groweivthe highest mar ket pride for the tobaccos that ina pffered for stile rtWe hive secured the services of Mr Aorain Sidnor whiha- tfadan experience of more than tventy years as a manager qf sales wtre houses as iis proposed to be conducted at Springfield ewili be ready to Grit e sales jjJst as soon as the tbbacco jis ip dpnrfrtion to handle of jvhich fact due not ce will be given through the papprs oksare aow oprn at th office pCthe cbmpnya opringtield for cphsfgnments of tobacco for sate nd the sales vtill bemadfe irf thE order in vvhich the tobacco ls Jconsigned or hooked It r We Congratulate uhe growers of fcoBacco that We baypat last securd for them a home market for their l blccwherthev can- receive tthe highe t market price without regard Vithe amount hat m jy be offered for sale y The Wasb4ngtoh Co Tobacco Vtrehou3e GUUIlty IJASF GREGORY Pres y oJicetojuntersS F We the undersigned notify all postediridhUntipgon A1f1 unters are warned toJltay otf or fotrepasOsctr GrundyC9run y 4 E Jf Drown t 4 4 jBroWn Ifeghprns for Sale 1 VVThorough bread hrosn Leg horn cockerels and pulle ls fRjf ooIeei1i exI tracted without PAIN or 1 l D N GE R Vi I 1when1 are wanted 1I I AbL WORK ffiDone to this office Is 5rat6lass 1 and jutad livettisl IIYST1ILARDi JD1DS sprtf tll ki Zti I t EPCNALJ Mis4nnje li nthsiill visit friendsi jin Louisviiitjie last of the week 11Mr A1qrtfroldeJm n aand1 MissrlFlIaljawsoni were married liin the county clerks office yes ri XM trday ttn r Re vV1Ii- ams l Mr Hugh DS kites and fami ly moved Jlnf week lo take p session of thejr elegantmeir home in Btiyle county whfcfr was recently purchased Wash ingion cbunty can ill afford to lose man such desirable citizens and Mr Stil sand his excellent wife will be missed in thiscommnnJty where they have many friends r Mr and Mrs J If Martin were host and hostess to a large nqmberofAyoung people ata Halloween pirtjrgiven at their home at Pleasant Srocve Satur jar night Mrs Goodlpe and daughter hiiss Virginia Goodtoe of Oar rard c6unty1vereguestsofMrs Lucien Gregory last week Rev W H Williams is visit ing his sister in Danville VMrsMand Mrs JEIop Meyers at DLanviUe Hugh Npe came over from Colqmbia on Tuesday to vote Mr and Mrs John Tobin hater returned from their bridal trip the Bluegrass and are at home on Mr robins farm near toWp1 Major find Mrs Wharton tL entertained a few friends at a sumptuous six oclock dinner on Moudty night iin honor pf GoV Wilson Those present at the table were Gov Alison Hon John W Lewis Kjessrs W A Waters A e McElroy t L Javis Vn G P Duncan R L Bold rick J R Gr LGO landWliJam fB Wharton Roy T Mt Clements of Lou isville was a guest of Rev Haipps and filled the pulpit at pleasant Grove last Sunday Mrs James jEtaiirlVft last fDSafCUyi with her sisters Misses Mary and Lucy Bf pwne Mrs Hugh Noedrd children returned to Columbia last week af er visiting relatiyes herejtwo 1 1Jeeks Mrs E S Mayes Jr Jlhasr tu r ed tr n1 Chicago where she visited hsister r Miss Louise vvMcElroy Mr J Charles Greene came in from Lagrange to vote and re turned jesterdav Rev W E Mitchell of Pem broke will visit his mother Mrs S R Gray the lastuf the week Mrs W Q jVaught HfbVfrl her hom at Versaitles lust Fri lay after visiting her parents Mr and Mrs 52 R Gray- Mr Prank Willefteamehome fronxLouisyille vote Mr James Wharton of Indianx apolis is at 111 m to rem in until Friday Mr Julia Eving whohai been visiting hor dlaushtec Mrs Lucien Gregory hIS bone to LouUvile to iiait relntlves MrvHarry ONan has returned to Louisville after spending two weeks at house vtiIt5irl Hayfprd who Avas a guest of Mr and Mrs JTrCray roft tMrW D McEl rpys hone two weeks refcurnOd to Chicdgo Monday Ms Htrry S tultz spent Sun day at horne and returned to St Marvs Monday Mr John Polin wbo i study lug law in Luisviiiei 8pentfi fewdays athojlno this w ek Mcawleyhavareturced trip and are at the home Of Mr arid Mrs George Medley fu Mrs D R Litsey is visiUqg Mrs Mary Phillips in Libuiiville- Mils Mirandi Tucker is vUit inginLttanonS Mr H M Grundy returned fro n Martinsyille Ind where t the spent ten days much im prove tl ia health r Mrs E M Taylor of Louis yIlk is visiting relativesl here- and5Mrsf nry Adams af Hlrrodsburg 1sited vMr frvine Adams the latter part of Iastweek f Mr George Medley left vesler EastFIWtfthen Simms speiit Sunday at ardstown Junction Ftilly Me er of Lebanon Visited Miss Bettie DaboeJast week1 COUNTY VOTE r Complete Returns of Wash ington ShowCounty a jl Democratic Victory of 101 Votes T s The lectionin this county on Tuesday passed off quietly arid Whichwa1p est which was being taken in the electioh Thereturhs began to cthnein early and it was soon apparent that the Democratic ticketwould win by a safe majority According the figure which we produce below and which were taken1 dir ct1y from the pohlbooks the Byran electors received amajoritin the Bounty of101 votes over the Re publican or Taf t electors Ben j Johnsons plurality foyer Drj Gaddie is 121 votes THE VOTE V Frederickstown Democratic electors 207 Jahnaop 202 Re jpublcan electors 91 Gaddie 91- MooresviJleDemocratic 158 Johnson 152 Republican 78 Gaddie 78JWiilisburgDemocratielJ 87 Johnson 87 Republican 180 Gaddie 180 Pottsville Democratic 162 Johnson 162 Republican 13i GadUe 113 Eellys Shop DembciatiCt 148 John on 145 KppnblJcan 96 Gaddie 97 1 Springfield No 8 Democratic 167 Johnson 177 Republican 190 Gaddie 188 Springfield No Denjioc ratio 171 Johnson 172 Republican 66 Gaddie 65 Springfield NoiOiDamqcrajtr ic 161 Johnson 161 Johns n 161 Republican 114jj Caddie 112 MackyilJe Democrats llJohnson 165 Republican 122 adaie 122 North Republican 144 Gad die 144 Democratic 7Jf Johnson inSBrush Grove Republican 162 Gaf lie I60Demporatilc47 John son 49 Hehdren Majority for Rt Publicanr electors 78same for 3dddie I Notierr IwiiiI be at Springfield Nov 3and 4nd at Willis burg Nov 6 and 7 to make my fruit tree delivery Cus tomers please remember the dates JA Caldwell Agent KnoxiI Nursery Go t S0VEN YEARS OF PROOF II have had even years of pro f tiurKDr Kings New Discovery Is tlu best medicine to take for coughs and colds and for everydlseased condition of throat chest or lungs says W V Hlnry of Panama Mo The world has had thirtyeight years of proof IhatDr King New Dficovery is the bst remedy for coughs and colds la grippe aefhpia hay feyer bronchitis hemorrhage of the lung i and the early stages cinsutnption It time ly ujse always prevents the develop ment of mjeuuionla Sold under guarantee at Haydon Robertsons drug store 5jc and lW Trial bot tie freei FFG A R Meetuig There willooa special meeting vt the Bevi PatmWPostjG A R held at Springfield pnSat lirday Nov 14th All mernbers of saj4 post are urgentlY re quested to be present as business of importance is to be transacted fpfds HiCkEYj I l A Adjutant rr vv Mrs Iary fowling of No 22j- AvuT Prandaco recommends a remedy ttCot slomach trouble She says Gratitude for the wonderful I caseOflfC j t marke today This great totlIc- 4ud itcratiV8 kI e mvrfort rtthesyItem p Ltraft es eblooaal1ils eipetlally hIpfUi In all forms of fe male weakness STc at Haydon obsrtsona drug ttate a i TALES OF THE DERBY Mysteries of the Famous Cass SWof the English Turf ASH EME THAT WENT WRONG The Plot to Red T d4jnLton if the llu t Ribbon In 1l51 Lfjfnriers Miisinj HeadA Dramatic EptsodWin- ners Foretold In Dreams If It were possible to write the full and rue history of tho Derby It would contain some rtUngrereliltJoDsof Strange doings behind the scenes of whlqh the public tins little suspicion and uo actul knowledge There 1Stor instance little doubt that n very different tale would thave been told of Tetldingtbns Derby but fpr tie prompt action of his wide aw keoV11elslr Joseph Hnwley When the Kentish baronet attended the York spring meeting of 1851 he was amused to find the bookmakers eager to lay odds ton y amount against his colt who was looked on as a certain iwinner of the nlue ribbon few weeks later Sir Jpseph at once scented mischief and leaving the coune he traveled as fast as eiaysj swift horses could take him to his rot quarters where he commanl his suspiclonffto Xlec Taylor hte JLs the result of their deliberations TeddlngtoX was Jlt once removeO to another box plnced under the charge of a different ioy and a strict watch kept over him night rind day Whatever flcbejrie was on foptto disable the horse was thus effectually checked Tcddingtou soon resumed tyls place as first vorife In the bbtting and as ev erybody expected won the Derby with ase t Another mystery whlckhas not been jolved to this day is associated with LennderVnd that memorable Derby of 1841 It was more than suspected that Leander was a four ear ptdpjjut tier was not sufpcient evidence on which to base an objection to his running In the race his fetlock was broken by a kick frou Running Ifeln and he was effectually placed hors dp combat He was shut and hurled but when a party of sptrtsmeu who wished to test their suspicions dug up his body at dead of night they found that the head which alone could settle the matfer was gone Ratab the second favorite for this cuul1lnglfdevJsed toerOW1thisfraudulent on record Running ReUi vrho came In first was found to to none other than Maccabeus n1our yearold and thus an impostor of the flrstwator Bdt when it became neces sary to produce the horse for an ex animation IIf experts 4t was found that he like Leanders telltale head hail Ue0j spin ted away In cpnnKtIon With Unnnhig Rein bj the wnyn dramatic story is told A Captain Osborne had backed Orlando rOt a very heavy sum ana when Run ning Rein came in first he was faced with the alternative of blowing not his brains or being declared a defaulter Ho was JJust on the point of choos Ingileath rather than dishonor when i note was placed Inflate hand Run qlngRcJnJOlnn the missive which was trom friendly tout Is an Im postor and he wont get the Derby stakes Buy up all the bets on Orlando you can get und yon will make a for tune The captain put away his revolver followed the touts advice and instead of providing work for the u undertaker found himself 18000 In pocket VFety horses have ever smarted a hot ter favorite for the Derby than Me Grqgor in 1870 So rosy were blia chances that odds of 0 to 4 wee laid on blnirto an enormous amount and the money WitS considered as good Jvon To the consternation however of his backers be seemed unable to move freely in the raceand finished a bad fourth behind hyses vfho were pot In the same century ivlth hfra There was no doubt whatever that ut greg rbad been drugged but who the rascal r as who dlilj the dastardly trlcktSnsi riuchn mystery today as It was at theLimeSIt is of this rice that the following remarkable story Is rojd Durjug the night before hracpa Jockey called Swift saw the finish at the Derby In a dram He saw Kingcraft which he recognized pass the posta winner by a length and a hnlfU followed bj a dark brown horse which he cOuld not Identify and with Macgresor the fa vorite n bad fourth In spite of the Jeering of his friends to whom lie told the tory lip backed KSugcraft for every sovereign hu could raise and to bls dellghtTas tQ the dhgustot the cscoffers he saw his dream cnctlyrv- prxlucedtiie favorite badly beaten and the despised Kingcraft winning n small fortune for hImI Even nuort ren arkahje is a story 0Jl tthat great Derby race of J802 won by the despised ofvlsldcr Caractacus rid den bj Parsons the stable ladjAI thoiigH Garactrtcus waEiso badly tuought ot that Jim Qoater point plunk refused to ride hluV and odds of 10 to werV freely orfered against him ntlpstnr gve him ns n certain winner on the 8trtfn gth of a dream iff which bin blind djiughteriiad I seen the horse win 4wlth ia little boy pn his back Jtf palo as deaih HowvlvJdJy accurate was this dioam forctast was nclmttted by all who Jaw the finish of that iewc lentil racCrfLondon TltBItsT a Hamburg Rlce iWash cupful of rice put It In a kettlj and nddtltD ontoq cut fine Measpdoiiv andIOetakes about an hour and a halt tp peek When the water has almost cbod away cover dnd tou binck of- wberett ipinis will keep hot and finish cooL ing by Its own steam Cleaning fainted Walls To clean palutd walls dissPly two ilwa1terl monU Use halfTtitfi qtity t tckbupket of water Do not paj Wash a fpalt amfuiit3tbe palatat a tme and rub dry fflthim clean cloth qJqeverutq tilbv weou It i really better naseasi- any 4tan A iowrs tf cf ect will dt mujot- wo gtv a Bt small room are tp iftber ft la better to paN r and carpe t allieIv J ingtke effect 6f erOOlDJJ n L11 J1 t aAbil 0IU S V I When You bdy Knft Underw tthe Best the 4MERoD1TtiI I Comfort as well mn Long WI rSFit and Finish thyitre unurpasd7 Full line of Union Suits and sparatv pqnhandforrenSI I We also carry a line of Chej4 tr 4 I KuitIJndcietrforLu c v I Ii1MezLD5t1 F soSpEcIALvALuE LidiihI1Ifrti Is Dram IIe k it 250 MtH Gar t i P m I finished s m 1oJ lh1 ige a a GjAT d I IIs hu ff ti I oNx JIf3TPOV u x1 Iis the ht Mack W m k 11 i grades and colors TTJ j Nif fspf PIIfill I i I for Boys and GtfU at tOe 15c aW 2Sc lhqiiExtra Value sI v Fun line ofBeitMaksln Mnsasnd Boys U riderv Bir on hand w I Roberts llC1aybrooiJ Ik 2 I DfOOKPOaATKO 11 j 1l H ot runEN t o I Down town stet Jn a J 1 I hayea Cupdf Beef Tern ttmEgg PhwpJhmt ters OysterStw L 1 I of theaay j j5vFresh OjsterJF p J j AT ALL TIMES EXTlA JELGTl fc I r L KAifluitflNS 3 N 4 T I iI51tL i iiDr6 rifoa i = It I J Y Shoos sqwIsis tthefeetS 2l to I H wKIaCUI DO H br 1 derstood joy our jMtMSM tuby OTiMtf yiMpMir t IBsid the IWMWlh IF i is and more styKskjiMt tiny g T that o IiIfaction whick ooims ultf liUk a FYCTS i I WcM1yleoIT AJt 7 I the waited wkfci aW IksjfH Ml HOW io fit YOU JJ tS c W aoIe1li i j I QuanQI1fty for Ldi jjRedr BovsandOIrIsI The old Reliable 8Jz nothto 411IIIr on tile marktSee tour Napthsi Caftwmtar proqf Win IIIThegfl54f I LMEJESTRESS Friitudi1i indgaresi J Ev jlf FLWb4wiS 1 BI1L1UfJIIY lrx tI1 JrP-o 1wrwaD 1O 7Qfl Ia4HJ If o wis IJ- 1R uit PcieD J ot- o Kk 9 jetjil WIflmIftFOR McICAII vc 1 w M a-yji J1 rsss- p M- V t DY r rJJLa llT4 l 1 CREO IiJI r yy I w T b w4PtWOMAITS DEVOTION 4 OneiIt aa ooartdir i ky fellow l tybodir isid lA4t wai Miw Be d pIty atI wordi N F to itar e datetr Mfldwd ltai tr p a31 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nlwIeatl = = J doI 11 J Jew cowforttef wprds when Md bsr ty lad IM thea rec ftaw Aw fit Mildred Walls girl whom he had er4 rfore Barry Frawlpy f to th e t g aad captured Artiy Jia tJoytIi check aw tW wM ia troib4e a1lib 3IIUraI4Lth tMilOidI Sad b Wtiw Mr the 0 e J h 4sMty Jali a litli Fjawieyi r jreMratiowr 1t never n 1 caBM 10 Harry and be felt he woeld JCapp the Uitht cs erkg anIp he fW Ml4ttred Uidfr Net ad red that tbe ewsitt4te tirehea tieulci i theJrgr Sh he was ana e ali1iat iisp miCy vigor aid fWok1 keep tM enemy at bay she I f iiecepl 4W opportunity to it1m id yirjMi WeUkt iIiarr j3IotWJllklM tollojrlof the con Sf45ba Jtlfihi 1j k 4 berUon HJISStt tb triage was wten1XfSftfspBtSrBii 9Ii K iI ihhUlehopIsgfartiebeet jf ai A btoeynipeu for this young rgiesjilt he aT dHally growIng TBore iinlft8 a 1eJIM Ringing rfo er toMv prtiylMto Cod almost rly Ic pare her hehends m8OO 1 tr LYIIIIa Iuv thm Jm fdthem IMft be WM coiiplI4 to peee- yrotorlufewv ed Awl the wee brif bFI5wU yer- HlMttatdfa itoiiil ctored abttowpd Jfe last aiM5 li wan ehabled to IsW xef a4 Us faithful l ui t Alsiiat jtk last words wia t oJtRAfiae mj aake be ever has a tdit the SW X hays jwat 8 her path r t MteTyoa will cfcerkfc her for I 2fIJ4I55ysyui lovej and 1 a pId Take bc back into the f wpkI aa4whterec happen yo- uThs T bIsIgwt t 7tYI7Sfl star as ocean steamer r abewaM ba HM Dci Mildred Bft Thjr h4 etrpl4eJ together 1ajSL tirs d tk rfwas a tender siisrlNtww tilMhsi HJwrys memory jMWlif it tifceylpeit hour to TI j st jiad was slglte bad ihtfi liar premke to be changedL4sd hf5 her great sorrow Jet fir tk Mraoff taiwQee exerted I by oh W1ldens comfort 5bsn atIie tetightot irarry- tj iHf5 iTeold have asH Sd I J si fefffii fJter t h I 00f D- j l j Mf iji 4svs j WeI4MatVeourl5 cMIdda or There is t SadiMg the toly D by i jthisfuU and te4- M bweare bag YA H lbedbone useIe and ll body 1JIiIniiWith t i1Iihtli-r1ck1r Wn w ak kw sItsJ ao p d i5tf t blood is iiIwsDtIl k VCf 4 It WJ go w MsV ef tke WofH 8COTT BOWME 409 Pesri SU New Y j Iff l n 1MA JArt s f blSTerKkTV- II1l1I3r ZMy Kae pirh 1tIi It need to b d red that only rriusatdblsmer troubles wetO be wi You rac htthiey but modern sceite that y aty be their beginning the disorder of tee JBOSt jimportant organs The idneys filter and the blood that is their work JTherefore whenyour icysarew pwoiit ef you can understand how qaiday yofcr entire body Is affected and jowtveryorgam wetnia to fail tpdoits vouw Siickor feel adlyn begin 4the great kidney remedy Dr vMtci 3 vampfcoot became as soon l or kidneys ore well they ViU he1R hIt the other organs id health A trial wjll convince anypfl- eIfyoaaresichyoU can make no miS ake fjy first doctoring your kidneys Tht mild anti the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers Sw pR6ot the great kidney remedy is soon realized It atand thebihestforits wonderfulcures W tSeiwst diirssingcases and is sold its inetjts by all driggistjsinfiftjfecent Utd oscrdbllar size bpttlts may Uyiaopl tUee proves diseases purify brdejf otSwpRoct bytaUrree alS9 apamph1ette1lingyQu howlo Hdifet if you have Tudjoey or bladder trouble Mention this paper- when writing to pr Kilmer Co Bins- hamtonN Y Do make any mistake bl remember the name SwampRoot Dr iSSJmer SwaispRoot and the ad drgee BiaghAmtonN Y orievcry bottle J ibi raiy and mere few llneQ unnin torect She was now returning to the home of her ybnth cheTlshed prgtectt edjtadloved by her truest friend never mote tofiice her first grief alone but to begin life anewvBoston Post t A Uttfe Shy Money talks- 44RuUH still hard to get Into conver Iitipn with it PlalnDealer e ker Is Growing on Coast Ito markabje has been the progress joade by assoctatlon fqotball hi Port J6rdrejin the last three1 years that where It was dlnlcult to getjin eleven to cpmpete in the Lewis a id Clark 3Cafrl sockor tourney at all this fall tlierewill bea Portland city league with probably six team governed by Icltiltral body on the California plan J J y Lyn to 1dln elgium- Luciene tyne the noted American jockey hw written his parents who reside in Lexington Ky that he has la contract to ride the remaInder e thiaMall of next season for Lord Rlbaiiebct noted Belgian turfman of BruMeis TJie mpnetary consideration Ip SiOt jtatcd In the letter Lyne Is rtdlnf now In England as a free lance Penn to lay Carnegie TIi The TTniversliy Pennsylvania has agreed to playa football game with tilelOtrnegle Technical l Institute in itjsbjari pn Oct 81 Thls game takes the phtce of that originally scheduled with Swarthmore It is the first game that Pennsylvahhi has ever played in PIttgrg f HIs Last Request Qace when a celebrated desperado was ta be publicly exec Uted in Ken t ckyr Joe Blackburn then a rising politician chanced to bg among the spectators Before the sheriff adjust ed tb nOose to the neck of the con demned man he tendered him the kcus wrr privilege f making any vdylng observations he might desire to for the benef1tot jhis bearers l dont thhifc LIve got any remarks ikaii the manVbegah to say when he vwas cut short by a loud cheerful Voice shpntingf i 87 Bill lfilOU hahit got anything special totalk about I wish you would give me about fifteea mhiutes of your time just to leI me say to these good vepple hat I ama candidate for theft suffrages and to show some reason why TEpli OBI saidl the desperado SherlCf who is this man ThatJ Blackburn What BlackburnJoe1 Blackburn res tImesiveanbflrst and make Blackburn talk afterward I S f lC l W m I II W 3a Dt SPORTING WORLD MatjhewMn In ClaM bHIMIf Christy Mathewson of th Jfew YoA aUonalS has roredt4lsIearthellIferttQi often made that he Is the gre t liitiltcher baseball tday Of course he has had the advantage of working lora team that has played champion ship bail for ttie past two months He has won thlrtyinc games oljt of forty 1en times be has blanked hIS op UHBISTY GRKATE3T BASdOZIi ponents Jo PJTOHZB has given only forty bases on Is about one per ame He has sf tic out 225 men or almost six per g a and has allowed aboJIt six hits p T contest Hc5 Racing In Florida P om VII indications Florida will have pleu of racing the coming win ter The icksonvllle project now is said to tc n assured fact with T D Sullivan c New Lrork and some of his friends a1 announcement has already been maC f a two months meeting at Tampa ppenlng ebI Tampa claims a tsr t wn for racing hvth wny bf i1 = tble locil patronage but against It urged the fact that the plant Is no rn to date The Tampa track l sa be a half mile affair orscmeneasy reach Michigan and Jack sonville eombhi 1n reads well and if the promoters carty outTthelr plans as announced they should kohl iheI upper t hand J May Run English Marathon Over 1To bow that England has 1nnen capable of doing better time than Dp tando made in the Marathon race the London Evening News Is offering a prize of jOO to be runrtpf overtlJfc Marathon course on Oct 10 Many ta t mous runners have already entered among them being Len Hurst and Charbonhel tho French champion Al though It Is many years since he don ned a Tunnhig shoe V G George hat also entered and be proposes to run the race with the old of oxygen At t am now a yeteran he saystilean hardly hope even If 1 Inhale oxygen to beat the men of today but I am go roughIwhat ftildo wlthput the gas tfnd If iit will help me to make a good show that will be convlnchig and tome atany rate most interesting proof f Its yaJuet Constance Titus to Row Again Wltlithe decfslod of Amateur Sculling Champion Greet to quit and become n professional came the authentic report jhat Constance TItUs the former na tlpnal champon will get back Into the game and attempt to regain his llaurel at the next national regatta thereby dashing the hopes of last years cham pion Bennett and that wonderful com er 0NeIlL Titus looked the bunch over at the last national and Is satis fled he can hand his backwash to all i with the exception otGreer The lat ters turn to tbe professional ranks gives him his opportunity Greer is to become coach of the Western Rowlni club of St Louis t LYoufantToBiiyaRaDgfti Ihtwill stand everyttest we have it 1 THE GREAT MAJESTIC 5S 4 1- Pt 1 iiLILI I THE GREAT MAJESTIC v here is none better at anypYice than the Majestic I nd the prick iif reasonable We also haye other makes of COOking Stoves and Ranges I which We will soil it prIeto pease I r5jeSAgents fbrtbe celebrated t r PERFECTION OIL STORES t jSi 4 t4 I titer Coolers StCl speciilityrof Plumbing and Tin ping 3TLZRIEDE 1 P 1 i1E f nDEEPSEAP DIVER I fsrils Against WWoh the Mfdwn Expert Mutt Gkiard j PROTECTING 1IIS MW TUBE l t This Is His Chief Car While DeMf 5In thQ ltri sq wnksWih- 1 Tragic Debut ef John Day a Clever lout Ignorant Old Timer l haSJ9thef Ju m4ec e 1774 John Day made his fatal debut as adlverjn Plymouth undpay a clever bnt Ignorant millwright had laid numerous wagers that confined In a water tight box and provided with a candletooda 1d drink he would re main submerged utlaoy depth for twelve hours His plan Wus that the box should be fastened by screws from Withinto a vessel subsequenUy urik and that when the allotted time had elapsed he should withdraw the rWandrle to the surface His mad scheme was actually put Into ex J icilon oitJir 22 and Day Us might tye been u iic S lost his life Not thd lleast extraordinary part of the af nit ij thut while he warned how affecttlIsstrength in consequence no i r seems to have so much as hinted at tt1I agor of his death from want Of Jr The diver who goes down tod r to salve the contents of a sunken wn i recover a dropped torpedo1 or exetv some submarine erection or repairs tbetter knowledge of the necessar risks he runs and the precautions LIwhich be may avoid all Seedless dan ccr at his work than had poor DayI Science mindful of the great increase of pressure brought about by every j toot that he descends beneath the snrIIface of the sea warns him to go hangstrolomid to pause frequently as he does so that he may grow accustomed to the Increase by degrees By this means n man fit for the work sound of heart and free frPiu npopletlc tendencies passes with little inconvenience from the moderate pressure of eight pounds per square Intfh which surrounds him at a depth of twenty feet to that 0 slxtyflve pounds which he must susfItain after descending 150 feet greatest depth at which his work can be considered safeIOnce landed at the bottom of the sea the diver has a host of things to bearI in mbad Weighted as he Is with brasr soled boots copper helmet and often a treble set of underclothing below LL diylng suit of twill and rubber fetendency to rise Is yet so great that Ma powers of action are very limited UP can lift a comparatively Ijeavy weght- wIth ease the attempt to pull awn some trifling piece Of wreckage from overhead will probably take him off ills feet Headers of Robert Louis Steven son will remember how whon dressed In full deep sev costume he accom- panIed a diver la his work the novel ist was able to hop ivl U ease upon the summit of n r FJUIC six feet hIgh But descenJ a ho could not Hltf fOJ 1arl1t an intoxicated sparrow Even for such an apparently simple piece of work as drilling a hole fIn a rock or portion ota wreck the diver will per haps peed to prop himself against a tone or make himself secure by lash tngstothe object upon which he worksIThe great danger agalnst wblch the diver pust be ever on his guard is that ot getting his air tube entangled in the debris of a wreckno difficult matte- rS be creeps in and out of cabin engine room and bold among a broken distorted mass of wood and Iroik =andI may have been moving in one tion all unconscious that he Is helped by a strong current beingI presently attemptBto turn and findS It vain It Is ultthe deep sea diver only who runs this risk Some years sInge a diver was at work in twenty feet of water repairing some dock gates Hie Job finished he1 gave the signal to the boat above to close the gates that be might rse If all wbrked well The rush of mcny tons of water as the Jieavy gates swung to swept him between and through them m a flash he realized that his alr plpe wpukl be caught between tbemaSlyedoorsandat the same moment saw his only chance for life He thrust his heavy hammer head between the closing gates and this kept his pipe free till be could signal for them to be reopened The old method of communication Ietween the diver end his helpers at the surface was by means of tugs upon tho line but nowadays the telephone or perhaps a speaking tube accompa nicy the air pipe at his side And though many divers still wOrk In the comparative darkness both oil and electricity will shed their light Upon the Scene if need arise 4Sharks are visitors with whom in certain waters the deep sea diver has to count But the shark Is not always so dangerous a morning caller as might be thought A diver at work in the cabin bta sunken ship saw to his dismay n shark swim slowly In The diver had no suitable weapon of Cofcnso nt band and flight seemed the only ehajace for life and a poor poe at thnt Meanwhile the shark fwiiin tollnd fro In the cabin na It neditating on a system of attack The diver made a sudden bolt for the door the shark as seriously alarmed it teemed I1tt was the man did the same end being unlncumbered l with cos tume and In his native element got out mi easy first and disappeared London Globe New Fancies In Neckwear New fancies in neckwear are CPU ttantly arriving A young society ma tron set the fasIonof wearing a long ntring of gold rald knotted In front In It tiny bow arlth two long ends of the gilt braId Eacb end was finished with a little god tasseL The fashion has been variously improved upon and there are now the little gold neck bands of braid tied at one elde 4a a little stiff made bow while fear ends wjth tap els fi arylnr length Kaaf soveral Inches l If ttS All HI Doing Miss CheiLusIs It really M that ypqre engaged to Jijr Roxl y Sita Feeble calmlyIt Is jilseCbellin My be wasa frett catch Mis Peck II beg your pardon catcker Phlki d Jphln Press TM Censlderate JWigeYou say you went late tile uninteatioMUylj heardLHome Magazine Your Passing ShadOw1 4 rv I0 ALL Of TffE TAUS2IJ IEAVTIVL Th- eScrip Book Needed the Cork John Simmons had been a twenty years abstainer but fell from the ways of grace and worshiped the vin ous god with all the fervor of a per vert Fellnfthe need of recuperation he sent his boy to an adjacent hos telry fpr a bottle of whisky But cried the hotel proprietor whps it forS f fathjerj father ia total stabler and has been to my know tge for longer years than youve led i foriWhat does he want ttox2 To let you Into a secret said the t ashamed tottell th truth has ttOng fishing and he wants the cork t use for a floatl THE PASSING OP WAR jwn the darkfuture throbgh long gen Ir cratlonsSrhe echoing sounds grow fainter and then cease lnd like a boll with tlon thearoncemore the voice of Christ IMY Peace Peace and no longer froraJUbraxea pbr tale The blast of wars great organ shakes the skiM But beautiful as songs of the immortals The holy melodies of love arise Henry Wadsworth Longfellow His Narrow Escape Once related the tall trngd1afl- with the Shakespearean hair I Vivas stranded in the wilds of Georgia Night came and still I had sighted no help Suddenly i found myself sur rounded by a drove of razorback hogS Ah gentlemen when morning came Hold onr Interrupted the fat comq dlan dont spring any such yarns as that on the innocent Razorback hogs are known to be exceedingly vicious and if you had been surrounded by a drove of them you would have never seen morning They would have eaten you npcventQ the pawn ticket fpr your watch The tall tragedian scratched his chin in deep meditation Noi me lord you are wrong he said finally There are exceptions in all cases You see these happened to be safety razorback hogsrChlcagp News Mixed ernes i A young tailor named Berry who had succeeded to his fathers busi ness once sent in his account toI ofItuous rage wrote him the following note You must be a gooBerry to send me your bill Berry before it 1Bdue Berry Your father the elderBerry would have had more sense You may look very blackBerry and feel very blueBerry but I dont care a straw- Berry for you and your bill Berry Werrei1 Why asked the good manVwlfev are youso thoughtful You look as iilf something disagreeable had happened t t Perhaps he replied I am foolish to reel as I do about it My congrega lou has raised a purse for the purpose of sending me to Europe JJ And are you sorry it isnt large enough to enable you to take me with you Dont let tbatcause you to feel depressed It will be very lonely here Without you but I know you need the reSt and I shall be cheered by tho thought that you will return refreshed In mind and body It Is very good of you to look at it in that way fry dear I appreciate your feeling But the gentleman who made the presentation speech said he was sorry the amount that had been raised was not larger so ttiat I might be able to remain away longer and somehow it seemed tobe that the applause was more hearty at that point than anywhere else in the course of UB remarksSA French Joke Our French Independence dajv said a Frenchman is July 14 We make quite a day of it too I assure you You dont outdo us at alt In pa datWeplay on our cabbie pn July 14 Ypu know howone asks a cabby Ifbe is disengaged Cpcher vPiia etellbre Driver are you tree Wellyine Joke IB to It jCocherIt Out monsieur thq nutn answers pulling up Then you give a lqid laugh and say as you kurry pff 4j Mot aussl Vie la libertelSo am I Hurrah forfreedom The ArbItrateriatWerk He waa a man of peace and he came aposa two ydnth in a back street fight ing Accordingly he pvwfced through the crowd and persuaded the com batants 0 desist uLet me beg of y UDiy good tel lows 1 earnestly besought the pefife maker to settle your dispute by arhi tratlon Each of you choose halt a doaen friends to arbitrate HuffijhIyelled the croVdDo the gentleman nez bboys Having seen the twelve arbitrators selected tto the satisfaction ot both I Sides the wan of peace went on his II way rejoicing In the thought of baviug once again prevailed ipon brute force- to yield to peaceful MrKomcnt Half an bout tfiJar =e x a j I 5I 1 T I Womens trouble tbrov dood psai1Mekjcta dtocdr o vpman orgaatttw t tsMsjMdWdai t Wine of CardM l 1h R I idocIorsl8 bcthuuL psyi1nt s Utiw tban In 20 yean Sold by all reUbW IIr11JXbottfM TrilL 4rr WRITE US A LETTER jF q k2nt = c whole street fighting while In tne eta ispot from all quarters Good gracious What Is the mat t L the arbitrators rent AND Charming Cashtpere Frock1 In the iliustraUon Is shown a very attractive frock In embroidered Sash mere such as will be suitable for rath er informal afternoon oc aslozla The omnipresent sash which figures In SO monj of the Paris frocks at present Is here very gracefully employed The costuhje Is also made with tt skirt which does not trail and for Tvomeh who do not like trains It Is an ble model for It very bines all the necessary features of the newest fashion In a co tune which has IMBBOIDEBED OASHMEBR WITH SAnH 8ASU nevertheless little of the impracticabil ity which makes the everyday perSon pause and gasp despsJfhjgly at tbe new styles The skirt has all the scantiness of Inc which marks theLitest fashion It is significant that It has a trimming of braid around the bottom Without this band or some trimming this skirt having no train might lack style As it is a certain wqight pad finishare given to the skirt which is somewhat of a substitute for the train The ubdlce Is a most practical one for hard wear It hussotuethlng pf the surplice effect with a stitched shoulder piece and baud which goes under the sleete The chemisette Is of chiffon tucked horizontally and Is removable It is finished with a narrow blactt saUn cravat The sash is also of blacic satin The gown Is in one of the very ground A baud of black riatin may be substituted for the braidaround the foot of the skirt If desired A Way jto Make OVer Ilssvu A rather simple yet very good way iJ bow of taffeta tis placed as a finish Then ther are straps of satin across the opening to Jiolilthot sleeve In place and finally the sleeve Is embroidered with a sntall floral design in past614l colors Jf the material will warrant l girdle pf the same tone will complete a really elegant waist Just From Paris A girl just back from Paris has brought with he stunning fall things among which Is a hat built aft OQVLNLer tbe above model It is 1tackattL with aluirp upturned brim and ilmply trimmed with huge spreading white wings d v f 7ymdeC w TiIClf1fU GRADE vERcMLswWPY TH SOUlififCOMMERO BRAUIQHES INCLUDIXE 7ELE6WIDNYAIW GTALOG3 PEPWmTE aolemnaweetvtbraI heardilowlug peacemakerLwor- kirvccMA FASHION ndm1rnI llchI slisQtblue ii2 I iJft rTh Safet and OziicRest Way Zt1 5c 0 t tj rEo iJkK a iey1rS r t l 7 S1 t J j I f Il t 1r i 4FF i C Long bistange Telephone 7 I JLJOS I orRatesipply to Local Magor f 2t c IZ Sg 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